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The San Francisco Cafl
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>1 EETI SOS—LODGES |
CAUFORNI I fi«a
Nn. 7. A .\ A. S ».. TO.i -ffler
lienry ?.t. Nineteenth dearee :
THIS (WEDNESDAY; EVEN ISbHHB
fNG at S o'clock. Visiting VApH
liren cordlady invited. <2i ■■ m
CHARLES JELLINKK, |^H[
rder,
SAN FRANCISCO Chapter N-i. I. _j*Bfl3aT
Arch Mason- mets nils" IStll'aßli
'WEDNESDAY) EVENING, l>: ay. BSgCw
' ieuiflit st. I'.ii'iire-s nni! H. A. KJWIj
11. 'J. PRIXO, S.cftiiry. 'Sfeßr
STARR KIN«i Lodge No. 344. F. & A. SI.. *
I7:i:t Fillmo ted meeting THIS yV
iWEDNESDAV. EVENINt; al T:3O AA
'■•■•locfc- h. f. wßuarr. sve ' w *
EXCELSIOR Lodge No. !<;.;. F. <t A. M. *
6 n>eetieg THIS (WEDNESDAY) VV
EVENING al 8 o'clock, AA
11. J. OWEN. Secretary.. ' w
t UOCKETT L-Hlse N.> V.'.U. F. & A. M. m,
. THIS (WEDNESDAY) W
EVENING st 7:30 o'oJock. AA
R. q. McPHERSON. S' fW
MOUNT MORIAH Lodge No. 44. F. & jT"
A. M.. 2WS Sat! ted tfW
THIS (TVEDNESDAYI EVENING aA AA
THEo. FROI.HH. Secretary.
FIDELITY Lf.l.Bc No. 222. I. O. O.
1". '!■.!• officers y;nl are
requested to ass.Tnble ,-it ihe "-;.
cliapcl of thr- Golden Uate Under- "" '
taking p;ir >t.. THTBJSDAY.
7. at 1:30 p. m.. to conduct the funerai
• our late brother. J. L. Mcl.agmi.
J. A. HOUSTON". Noble <;r.»n.i.
SAN FRANCISCO Lodge , Jj
Moose. will entertain
preine representatives, vi , mf* w|
CALIF' iKMA council No. 980 N ytteSSsw
PHIS (WEDNESDAY' MSBMI
LOST AND FOUND
M> and ciin be obtained by owner at the
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL HAIL
MAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION.
SECOND AY. uud EAST SIXTEENTH ST.. OAK
LAND: Oct. 21 Breast jmrse;
book: whip. -o<-t. 22—Tack ham
mer: r.rll books; amall paper packagt; cane; black
lunch box: umbrella; small
Pkg medicine; lunch grip; mat-
I Ire; package;
-ecu-;: email package; satchel. Oct
Irelia: beuuty pin; wrench: pkg. tea: gun;
Hack Cloth: lady's black pair dark ■
2 umbrellaa. Oct. 2!*--Pressure
red leather grip; pkg.: straw lunch be*; 2
Mnall pkg. cbeek cloth: straw
brown purse; straw basket. Oct 30 —Purse;
inchbox: lace veil; roil butter: gold brace
let. Oct. 91—Gold bracelet; Fadr'l silk handbag:
urse; biankbook; pklr glasses- bmeh
ribbon: child's tiracelet;
Tiisttii.L- pair rubtoere; pkg. of drugs;
ombre!l! . black parse; lady's umbrella.
FOUND In uid casi ne obtained by
owner* i RAILROADS OFFICE room
'Nit ST. Oct. 3S 2 purses. 1 pocket
leather pouch. 22 umbrellas, 2 books 1
hut. 1 tnimMe. 1 pair spectacle*. 1 pall er«f
fob. 1 ;\ pewriter roii'. ;: ke-, -
«eka|res, 1 pair rubbers. I -nine bends,
1 beauty piu, 1 puree. 1 book, 1 carpenter's
-6 belt buckles, 1 pocket book. 1 f>-mtbal!
1 can salts. Oct. 27 4 packages, 1 handbag, 1
2 books, 1 overcoat, i pair gjoves, 3
■ mi I, II uiTitir. i; i- l waf-h
charm, 1 ring .- 2 liajd grips, 1 suitcase,
basket, 3 parses. 1 handbag. 13 um
-2 pairs gloves. 1 pl ns , j
coat hanger. 1 llai of names. 1 pin "Jeruealem."
' -4 packaj: ~la l an^
watch, *] uicbreJUe, » Hand ?rip. 1 book
■ ■ card <■»!>«•. 1
c*bt*j vi <z brooms, 1 i
.. ■
- ye, ] poid spring 1 key,
1 umbrella. 1 picture. 1 fur. 1 hand grip.'
FOUND and can Im> obtained by owner at Vo
: ICE DEI'AR'SMENf, HALL OF JUSTICE
S> and WASHINGTON sts.: Oct. 2"
lair of glasses, found in Golden Gate p«rk. Oct
• keys, found in Mis*i,,i ,;. between
IMb and l»tb «tH. OC! E and brash.
found !tt .Mission and 4th st- Oct. 2ti Aul'i
Fousd in Fremont st. between F.ilsom and
D. If owners will cull at the property
offlcx of this depaituient, m Keaniy and
Waebiagton Kβ., and prove ownership Uμ mcb«
I Jo ttiein.
KOUKD and can t*e obtained by owner at SAN
PRANCISOO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
W'-'iS. WKSTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY FIKST
ST. and TELEGRAPH AY.. OAKLAND- CXM IG
<.f gruceriea; 1 pt s!ik uteres. Ocl 17
'h breastpin. Oct. 25— Hatchet; nmbreiia
Oct. 26 stifkpiii. Oct. 27—-Seld ring;
1 k. Oct. 28. —Beauty pin; lunch basket. Oct,
j<- i.mi.'v . is*: oandbag Oct. .".(>
m, rouno uu »trifet. Nov. I—Child's
■US-
:if S. r.-O. T. Ity., 51st St.
Rod Telegraph »\.. Western Dist.. Oakland
CaL 0.-t. 20 ■ Su.is!;ade Oct. 21—Pair overalls.
.-'i\eil on oiirsi<lei. Oct.
■zi Miisic roil (yiaeoi, umbrella, Oct. 2:l—Alii
jtatnr handbag. oc< 24- Matting hand basket.
'~ rni,i»r cover, pair irold rim eye
- ■ ■' black purse, door key.
- nlack pMi>e. sweater nnd saw. tfaoes.
" ARTICLES lost 0:1 tin. (O,\7t DIVISION re
maining on hand at THIRD and TOWSSEND
SAN FRANCISCO, uncalied for: Oct. 27-
Oct. si - Hat. <»Lt. 2]—
it: iel i J^*
xm • the COAST DIVISION re
n-ainin- on lian.l «r THIRD and ToWNSEND
. 1; vNCiSCO. uncalled for: Oct. 27—
cauvae; anlteaiie. Od W—
.; umbrellas.
1 osi t H-M-ciit ci«nwi!<l Ill , either at Cliff
*t and Lhke st. Pleaee
r ,.., rM ~, \'MK! 'Mill** at. Übernl rpwiird
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
< IF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG—Advertise tt
|i here. It wtll be returned to yon If an hon
i , est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries (
11 are brought about every day through the»e <
I column*.
IF YOC FIND ANYTHING
BRING IT TO TH?:
< SAN FRANCISCO CALL
LOST AND FOUND BUREAU.
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
] Get n claim check. Hare it advertise*, i
i Beclafm it if the owner does not.
THE LAW—People who flnd loet articles
[ «r* interested in knowing that the state law
i is ftrict in requiring them to seen tne own
i tTt. through advertisement and otherwise.
< and that failure to do so. if proof ejM be '.
1 tnuwn. involves a swere penalty.
FOUND on train and ferry, and can be ob
tamed by owner at SAN FRA NCISCO OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM, KEY
ROUTE PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oct.
2">-~S nmbrellas; pkg. sample paper; feather h-ja;
tail from fur: map of U. S.; lnncbbox. Oct.
26—Pkg. photo paper; lunch satchel: 2 com
mutes; pkg. workman's apron; pkg. overalls and
shirt; overcoat; satchel h.niks; purse; pkg. over
alls; 4 umbrella*; ring keys; pocket mem. book:
folding i.aiiy buggy. Oct. 27 —8 umbrellas: 2
nwkfurs: pkg. piece of liven; 3 boxes Kellogg'e
tonsted wheat biscuits. Oct. 28—8 umbrellas;
suitcase; envelope postal cards; ladles' handbag;
!"»l;.-t tu«4Si>, bnm: rubber coat: Bpewrtttwi
paper: pkg. pr. shoes. Oct. 29.—R01l music; 5
umbrellas: pocket memo ; Knight Templar
charm; key; blue beads-, pkir. blue shirt. Oct.
•W—Hkg. pr. shoes; unibre'il.i; pk-g. nails; 3 pr.
(doves: pkg. socks and envelopes; pkg. 2 boxes
12 pr.i shoes. Oct. 31—Single glovs: folding
kodak; fob seal iseal miwino; pkg. pamphlets
(cremation); pr. eye glasses; pkg. switch; pke.
pair shoes. Nov. I—2 lunch satchels; roll music;
book; child's glove; 3 umbrellas: pkg. gent's
mil Coast Seaman's Journal; sweater:
l>*d handbag; pkg. envelopes; pkg. lubricant;
mil typewriting exercises; pkg. stationery. N>iv.
- — Painters' torch: roll blueprints, telephone datn:
11 umbrellas; card case: pkg. box candy; pkg.
("liars; day book; clergy certificate transporta
tion; sample wallet, plumper: commute; pkg.
sample asbestos roofing. Nov. 3—Show posters:
handbag: 6 un.brellas; roll California Highway
HuUrtln.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERSiINAL RAIL
WAYS, eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH AY.
end EAST FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND: Oct.
X —Suitcase: telescope basket; pair shoes; ring;
paper box: bible: purs?. Oct. 22—Handbag con
taining puree; cane: pair cloves: .'{ umbrellßs;
motorcycle tire; bundle (Jumper): handbag;
rnauffeur license number: pair glores; shirtwaist;
2 purses: razor; key: basket. Oct. 23—Shopping
bag; umbrellas: pin; pair gloves; pkg. of under
wear; purse; glove: umbrella: basket: pkg. dry
goods. Oct. 25—Handbag: brcoefa pin: umbrellas;
;:;i- li.hut Oc-t. 26— I-iirse; shopping bag;
>«.'ntfr. Oct. 27—Musir stancl; umbrellas: 1
cratch. Oct 28—EyeglmmeB; can of varnish; pkg.
clothing; umbrella*: ax. Oct. 2t> —Demijohn: mcd
ktne; baby's -oat; umbrella. Oct. :i<j—-Glove*;
luiif-h basket: auto tail lamp. Nov. 1 — l'r. shot-s;
in-! r: telencope basket containing clothing. Nov.
4—Umbrellas: purse: pkg. of biscuit.
FOUND on trains and ferry and CBS be ob
tained by owner xt SOUTHERN I'.ViFiC HAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Oct. 21 -Pair shears;
pkg. cloth: 2 books; wicker suitcase. Oct. 23,
24, 2."> Small purse; lilack handbag: pkg. cloth
ing: pkg. hardware; pkg. tin square; key: ther
mometer; pkg. cloth; pkg. Japanese letters; 2
overcoats; pkg. masks: 2 suitcases; roll iniapi;
101 l pamphlets; 2 gloves. Oct. 26—Pkg. cloth
ing: pkg. shoes; spectacle case; brown grip;
woman's coat; pkg. (wood); guitar; sweater;
raincoat; book: overcoat; mitten; 2 overshoes.
Oct. 28—Gray sweater; 2 bunches of key>. Oct.
2!» —Overcoat; pkg. clothing; bundle papers; pkg.
titoea; book; lunehbox; pair gloves; brown grip;
i-iicckboolr. Oct. 30—Pkg. clothing; pkg. don;
gent's photograph; pkg. hardware; box clothing.'
Nov. 3 —Pkg. clothing; soft hat; kodak No. r,A :
suitcase; 2 planes; pkg. canvas: book. '*LonM
Donne." Nov. 4 Pkg. clothing; box shoes;
woman's coat; suitcase.
FOTNTt-At Folsotn and 3d sts. bunch of keys.
Samp can be had by applying at The Call Li>st
and Found Bureau.
FOUND and can be obtained by ownfr at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNEB
HYDE and CALIFORNIA sts..: Oct. 3 to S 1
bible. 1 alligator handbag. 1 lady's glove, 1 lady's
veil. 1 bottle listerine. 1 pHir baby's gloves. 1
small red purse. 1 small black pan*, 1 checkbook
Wells Fargo Nevada National bank.
LOST—-A pnss book with the Hibernia Savings
and Loan society of San Francisco, in the
name of John Bruce. No. 447,5U1. The finder
will please return to bank. Unless same is
returned within five days a new book will be
-- ii'd to the applicant
I/OST—Black leather wallet containing aboet
IM<> In currency; also had my business cards.
Return to cH*hier's d«ak. Palace hotel, room
B. IV GIFFEN.
TAKEN from Tait's. sealskin muff, on Saturday
iifternooii. Nov. 2. at .'c.'iO. Return to TAIT'S
i'V'E: party known.
LOST oval agate from watrh fob on Haigbt st.
car or FlUmoie. Finder please return to 13-i
Fatten st. 0. W. WILI.ARD.
1 OI'ND- -I'ast Master's Masonic emblem in Mar
ket «t. owner nifiy have same by paying ex-
Jlox 1>24, ('.ill offl".'.
LOST Bunch of keys. Liberal reward if re
turned to COSGRAVE CLOAK A-ND SUIT
COMPANY. 352 Post st.
I.os'i ladles' naael pin. Finder please notify
~~>7o 2_ii «t.. Oakland. *n4 reeetVe reward,
busTness personals
NOTICE—The Call wil! not knowingly print ille
gitimate advertisements. If any reader can
furnish information tltnt any advertisement in
this column is not legitimate send it to The
Call in confidence, and if found correct the
advertisement will be discontinued.
A—EMINENT CHINESE FiTCRB DOCTORS-
All diseases cared; stri<\ly confidential; con
sultation free; hours IU-H, Vunilays iO-5 DRS
CHAN «.- CHAN HERB CO\ Htlh Sutter st.
idi post st.. k. 202^1TATLT7~Tu~Tr^r~^ro — ii
P. >L; ELECT TIB VAPOK HERB BATUS;
EA-STKRN MASSEUBB AND MANICURE.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
I BUSINESS PERSONALS
Contlnned
MISS BERNARD, eteam bathe end electric trret
•j rnent; Van's hair restorer: »elect pat
rcmtLKe only. 215 O'Farrell et.. 8. F., office X,
AA—WIGS isr« nilmorp «t. (Jentle
men's dent., 2271 Celifornia. E*t. 18«6. (i.
LKDERRR. Mr. Lpdrrer In cbarye. Work guar.
GF.H.MAN rmrs« a few morp engaiepinents
for nißssngc. manual or vlbratory; Xnnhclm
bath. 02M Hyde et. betwfpn Ophtv and Po«t.
I MASS., ancient meth.; nerve spe* , . Madam Sparta,
i 2084 o'Farren Ft. nr. pprlsmipro. Wp*t rt4.HS.
J STKAM ami dry hot a'.r bathe for ooMe ami
rheumatism: innnicurl'iK. 1114 I>pvl»a<*pm nt.
MISS F. GIUSON, niassenee: fnoe and ecalp treat
ments. .34 Ellin «t.. rin. 310: bonrs 1-10 p. tn.
MIPS F. ROttERS, late of Chlfaßo. maK«eu»e —
Soalp treatment. Room 301. M Rllis «t.
I CORTEZ—Thermal baths, salt glow. plpc. Tib.
915 Van Neat cor. Fills, ouite 203: hrs. 11-10.
j LOtriSE PASCO. eastern mneeajf? and elect, vlb.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 ElMs at.; hrs. 10 to 10.
; MRS. STEWART, maw.—Elec. and rib. treat*,
for rheum. BDd nerve*. 1122 Mkt. opp 7tU. r. 3
1 FRAXKLIN Electric Institute. 535-5.W Whitney
bldg.. 133 Geary et. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
: HOT salt water bHtti* alc.ihol. oil treatments.
423 13th (rt., Oakland! private; 140 sign.
' DRI'GLBSS method—Cbiropratic. .lieiectU-, <>Ipc
Ught cab.; hrs 10-9. 141S ()Fnr.; tel. W. 8»15.
: FVLLY pquipppd bath parlors for eale. 2022 Sut
tpr gt.: call between hours of 12 and 4 j>. m.
MIS.S O'BRIEN ha* Just returned from, the east
with her new scientific treatment. 2022 Siittt-r.
; MRS. ANDREWS, professional nurse, maeseuse;
physician's reforences. 72ri Turk St.: hours 12-7.
i DP TO DATE bath and massage parlors; elec.
vlhra. treat. 1082 Flilmore at., 17-
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse; open Sunday,
12 to 5. 407 Weetbank bldg.. 830 Market Kt.
MISS CLARK Chiropody and massage, electri
cal treatment. 1507 Fillmore at.: cars 20-21.
GERMAX berb capsule for women; no operation*.
1524 PactOo ay.. Alameda. Bay station.
magnetic axd scalp tkeat-
MENTS. 10<fr. MISSION ST.. ROOM 55.
' ELECTRIC fiice «nd scalp treatment, 1784 Sut
ter St.: hours 10 to 10.
IMTORTAXT.
Wanted—The address of any SOLPIER or
OFFICER who served in Co. E, 11th Rrg..
111. Vol Cay., any time durlnst the period from
Mar., 1804 to Sept. 30. 1865. Communicate
with MRS.' NEELANI). headquarters VETER
ANS' HOME of Cα).. SB3 Kearny Bt., S. F..
room 506. care B. J. .
IMPORTANT
'■ WANTED—The present address of JOSEPH C.
BREWER, who served in Co. F., 11th Ree IH.
Vol. Cay.. during tbe civil war. Left Pacific
b-ancn. Nat;onni liome. on June Sβ. 1912.
Communicate with MRS. KEF.LAND. Vet
eran's Home "ffice, 333 Kearny st. San
Francisco, Cal.
MATRIMONIAL
LADIES—Here Iβ .your opportunity. A young
man, 33 years oiil, dark hair, dark brown
eyes, rosy complexion. 5 feet. 11 Inches tall,
weight 185 pouude, wishes to make the
acquaintance or a lady of means, matrimonially
inclined; ooe who would be willing to advance
v few thousand dollars for the best oppor
tunity in the United States to enter a safe
and profitable business. Address V. N. SAVIN,
1323 l*t aye.. Seattle. Wash.
MATRIMONIAL i>aper: many wealthy: many
marriages. MRS. BELT.. ISI. r > Magnolia ay.,
Angeles.
MARRY"—Thousands tired living alone: all ages:
call or write. MRS. R. HYDE. 2«77 Mission.
PARTIES wishing to marry, call or write MRS.
MILLARD. L'2t.tft gutter st.: details 25c.
WIDOW, SO, comfortably situated, would marry.
S.. box :r>. League, Toledo, O.
CONSULT PRINCESS ZORADIA. the genuine
Egyptian clairvoyant. She can t»»ll you ex
actly what you called for, gives names, dates,
fact's. She has no equal. Ella Wheeler Wil
cox enys: '"All interested in occult science
should see this gifted woman." Hpecial read.,
,V>c: hours 10-9; dost'U Sunday. IMS Killinore
Rt. near Sutler.
MRS. I»R. F. CI.ARK.
Die well known trance medium, niny be consulted
on all affairs of life. 2<W!!» Slitter St. bet. Fill
more and Strlner: hours. 10 a. m to S j>. in.
MISS ZEMDAR, young, Rifted clair. and palmist;
a wonderful prophetess; hours 10 to 10; ladies
50c. gentlemen jl. 1106 Devisadero near Turk,
VERA MAUStI. 117N McAllister, nr. Flihiiore -
Medium. Your full name: $5 life reading. 50c.
1-&. closed Sundays. 4 (faeetleoa by mail. 2."> c.
MMX. DA VIE. palmist and flair., recently of
Panama Arcade. Is lur. 1122 Mkt. Rend. 2S-Soc.
ASTKGIXHiY
MISS STARR, astrologlst. wads your full life
scientifically. 3."."> Eddy st.. Eagle apartments.
SPIRITUALISM^
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium; con
raltatlon $1 at her home. 1184 O'Farrell: by
letter, A questions, >l. Phone Franklin 6T22.
REV. CHARLOTTE E. KUNZ—Readings dftlly;
circle every nisht, I.V: tests to all. 1452 E-llls.
nr. Web.: development class every Thur. night.
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS Materializing seance
Friday eve., 124.! Franklin st.
DEAFNESS AND CjATARRH^
STEAM herb treatment free, only treatment
that really cures catarrh, deafness. bron
chitis, asthma; one treatment cures a cold or
La Grippe for $2: we cure catarrh of head,
kidney, bladder, liver, piles, eye. scalp and
hair diseases; sample by mall 10c; no cure,
no pay. HERB REMEDY CO.. D.V» Market st.
DENTISTS
I DR. IRA 6. LEEK—AII kinds -t dental work.
51? Fillmore st. near Oak.
STAMMERING
STAMMER'; Method of core explained FREE.
M. L. HATFIELD. 191R Grove. Oakland. Cal.
PHYSICIANS
A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Reliable graduate physician; sure and quick re
sults: no Retention from home or occupation; an
tiseptic and painless; consultation free. Room S,
1025 Market bet. C.th and 7th; hrs. 10-4, 6:30-9.
DISF.ASES men and women specialty; physi'-luu
surgeon. PF.NN DBUfl CO.. 123 3d St.
MEDICAL
HOW I CCRBD MYSELF OF CONSUMPTION.
s booklet of priceless value to tubercular But
ferers: absolutely free. (TIAS. F. AYCOCK,
711 International Bank Mdg.. Los Angeles.
INVALID CHAIRS
S<>Ll\ rented, exchangrd; manufacturer "f EnmPS
tricycle chair. 1714 Market st.; tel. Park 29K».
MA.TERNITY HOM ES
ST. MARGARETS Maternity Home -Confinement
specialty: adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 341 East 14th St.. Oakland.
S. F. LYING-IN HOME, U9l Oak et.-—Adoption.
Dr. Lord, res. phy.: cor.fmt. $2.". Mrkt. 4400.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively cured: new; antiseptic; 1
week free to convince. PR. COTTINGHAM.
expert ear. nose, throat. 821 Market, rm. 402.
DOG AND CAT'HOSPITAL^
S. F. Dog-Cat Hosn., 1.371 Fulton near Broderlck;
animals treated, board; ambulant. West Sll2.
~™. C4#?P£?r CLEANING _
B. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
P.itter St.; pli.Tir Kenrny SPJ2 (BLUB "WAGONJ
—Carpet*, rags nimkly, tMrcmglitj cleaned o» '
floor without reijioTßl. l-'stiniatp free.
ABSOLVTBLY THE RKST*CLEANIN<;. :v YD.:
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS.,
is»« HARRISON ST. i"ii.»nc MARKET 2-6-2
when yea beceew dtstnwted with poor work,
Mvui yn?ir carpeta to .1. BPAULOIXa * CO .
353 Tehema ■*. Douglas 3i«4; Home J2."M7.
AA—NATIONAL Carpet Renting Work*. Hanip"
ton & Ballly. :{44-."MB Cliurch at. Markft ISO.
WATT'S rt-liabli' carprt rlonninjr; »ltprations. rcn
oTatlii.e, layinc 550 DwiHdoo; ph. Perk 568.
YI^GJj^ANS^
WIUSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage, moring.
packing, shipping. Uemoved u> 16M Market
ht. near Height: phon* Park 271.
BEKINS VAN AND STOKAgF COMPANY-
Fireproof warehouses. 13th and Mission ets.
Phone Market 1314. or Home M 1313.
BEKINS.
(if CO! RBE.
1130 Broadway near 12th stl. Oefeland.
PIE R(' i: RODO I ,PH STORACiE ' 0.. Hoy Eddy
bt.; ulioiiee Wnt S2*, Uome SUS2B.
EDjJCA TIONA L
HEAD butler for private family. <it.v, $o."i to
$70; second butl?r for smnll f-uully. c!ty, S4. r >
and found; reference*. MISS Pi.rNKKTT, ISHit
Batter at. cornet Wetter.
! ENGIXEERINfi Civil, electrical, mlnine. meet).,
curve.v. axstty. cranide; day. ere.: estii
Van der Naijlen School, 'Ist and T"l.. Oakt-<nq.
ETHEL COTTON STI'DIO of expn-esfon; oratory,
after dinner and extempore snenking. 1112 Mkt.
FISK TKACHERS' AOBNCY, 2161 Shattuck ar..
Berkeley. C*L, room 4, Wrigl.t Mert.
__Jst/S/7V£SS COLLEGES
i HEALD-S HCsTNKSS COLLEGE Set -I ot Clril,
Electrical. Mining. Architectural; day, erm-
Ing; etitabllsiied ISO 3. 42."> UcAßteter st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS* COLLBGK, 906
Market et. ojip. stfr— -Day and evening aeMloaa.
ALL court reporter? recommend Galisitbi r-.Mursh
Bneiness College. 12"i(i Uarket »t.
ATTOh>\EY<
ADVICE FREE—No ch«rg;- unless successful; ail
cases, all business .piickiy and qoletly al
to; bankruptcy; goneral practice; open every
evening. Ut'JtH Market i-t., room 12.
R. W. KING, attorney nt law, (ir.uu Wdg.. Mkt.
and 7tli. nn. 320; all ca*esi; !«w fees; nothing
in advance or for consultation. Ph. Mkt. 012.
'HARRIS & FIESS, attorneys at law;~W. T. Hww.
notary public. Room 7(!f> Hearst bii.'Miiig.
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub. \
JOnN R. RUCKSTEIX. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Clana
Bprecke*» (Call) building: pbooe Klearny 4151,
PA TENT ATTORNEYS
ARTHUR L. SLEE. registered patent atty. and
mechanical expert; I". S. and foreign pataota |
solicited; invention perfected; promptness and
accuracy our mechanical aud patent
office drawings can nor be equaled. 704-703
Foxcroft bldg., 08 Poet et.; tel. Oouglas ;:;.
DEWEY, STRONG & CO.—Founded !\ S. j
and foreign patents; Inventors' guide; l(Ht
mechanical movements free, yil-910 Crocker
building. San Francisco.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner V. S. pateut office;
U. S. aud foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
H. C. SCHKOEDER, pateut, trademark attorney.
417 First Nattßoal Bank huilding. Oak!
COAST NOVELTY CO., 2108 13TH ST.—TOOLS,
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
fUßjs^
AD. KOCOCR, reliable furrier; repairing, remod
eling; dyeing at p> pulir prices. 222 Mona<ln<vk
bldg.; phone Dougjas .'io2.'{.
BUTTONS AND PLEATING
STEELE'S button works. Eliis ni
Krankliu 4.".2! and C4S2I; nail ord« rs aoltcited.
HAIR GOODS I
NORMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR- SPE
CIAL REDUCTION for switrho. pnffa, .tc,
during NovemUt-i. 8067 Sutter st.; weal
DRESS MAKING
DRESSMAKING, designing, cutting, fitting and
!ai!>s' tailoiiuj; thoroughly tauplit; Nfw York
branch Vienna In*?.; taHoicd iltlrtvalat j'at
tern cut to m*-.is-. 2.V. y,tc> Gram ay., day sti.l
eve.; SntH"- 14'.t4. i'r> oat $10
MADAME A. SILVAIN. fashionable Fre:nh drens
maker; erenina eowna a specialty at moderate i
prices. 1857 CalUomia .st. Dear I'olk. Plioue I
Franilin £392.
MME. GRANGIER, PARISIAN MODlSTB—Even
tng aod street gowns: aivo remodeling. ISOO
Post <>t.. NW. cor. f)ctavia; tel. West 872.".
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking nnd Millinery 5r.,,~
evening liasset;; patterns cut to order. 121
Geary st. n»'ar Grant ay.: Doughis 5731.
MME. MADELEINE—ARTISTIC GOWNS; ~ i
modeling; atOOl ladtM a specialty, lrtl", Polk.
PERCIVAL DRKSSMAKING SCHOOL. .VI ay.
a:id Bast i"ti) st.. Oakland; pbene Uerriti ."is. |
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
aa\ DOUGLAS 8832, Hotac C4eW; b.-st Japa
aeee, Cbteeae, Filipino help; ali klsda nt work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Ml Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 1731. ' S2»iir>
Japanese and Chinese emplorment office
T. TAMIIJA A <".)., H,12 LmtttM it
C. D. KINNKY. Cblii<-se employment bur-an. !
successor to J. Conn. Phooe, Deuglai
788 Clay st.
I
STAR Emp. offlc.---Jhi.atie.-e-Chiiiese help. W. I
KODATA. nun (Jciry; tel. Weel IU7. 52700.
HORI i CO. -p.es t Ja'i.aneae and Chinese help of <
p.ll kinds. 1711 I'ost St.; West 2503. S2BOB.
ALL kinds of help furnished with care, dispatch.
West .V.S.H osi'Aß HATSI MI- 1513 Geary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
'..^ _l "■■'■'■_ : _ ; jFRMALRy '•',■:•- -. - : ; ■'-_•____
AMERICAN woman \ wishes situation as ,- house
keeper or cook on T : ranch; neat. Rood cook.
;; MRS. OQWAX. 2501 Polk st. -"•■-.-,.
COMPETENT nurse ■:,,-. (German), with kinder
■ jrarteu experience, "wishes poeJttoa; state par
ticulars. K. HOFFMAN. 2422 Goqgh ; st.
HOTEL cook, , with ~ beet *of ; references, young,
.- capable, wants 'a' situation. Telephone West
5823. or write to 1*&*« Sutter st. >■-" " -
LAUNDRESS, experienced in the best of wash
' Ing ■ and irnninc f children's ; clothes J clean •;■; and
. quick; -V- - day; ?,,no'' half days; ■-. references.
, Write letters to - 1677 10th ' aw. , Sunsf-t. ■:'" *' ;
I MIDDLE ' aged lady. experienced in housework
; and a Rood' itian>ii;t'r. -is open fur raxKfeaient;
\ salary expected in proportion to va;m.- of .-•■'■ v
ices. Box 1044, Call office. :
NEAT young gir! would !ike. Bice place -a- second
- work. x Phone - Mission '^jr, : .'>»." " '
ST NOG BAP S' and "H typist •? (lady).' , ', «■,,• .-,
■". years' experience," desires ■ position; Remington
, mentor; salary- $80 per.' Doeth. '. IJ,>k IOOT
Call office. ,■■:/.;.-;■;< :-.■.■"■••.".'■ ' ,'-; ,'".--■•.■ v, , -•
STKNtKJRAriIKrt ir.iilillci desires office space,
etc.. in rsebange for light services, Box 1244,
Cull office. . .
WELL- recommended; practical -"nurse wi>in-s en
jraßcnient. Phow Pacific 12SU. 412 26th >tv. &
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
male v.
ADVKRTTPTNO ma n of nbiJity. one of years of
botii us w preparing copy ami so.
licitinj: business, desires a position w!th *>me
E'i"il >!.iiiv n.-,\ iir retail firm either as
aolidtor or to prepare copj ; can fufivWb b»ei
of referents hh to ability and character. B»x
671. Mmkogee, Oklfiiioroa.
BY a salesman not Interested in telling mining
et"f"k or blue sky aetieraea; mutt l> ,, a meri
torious proposition W a staple line; will leave |
city or will consider a proposition to travel
in the orient China preferred. Address B. K.
ELGIN. Hotel St. KrnncK 7:SO to a. m
BY mifldle aged man, poeltlea la n era all boto)
or board Id f: bouse, waiting, boneework, aieo
tend bar. Bos HIS. <'all offife.
CHADFFEUR just arrived from New York
wishes position, city or country; thoroughly
■experienced for the l»*t If yeim with domes
tic and fwelgn ears: Hist ciass meeimnie; -|i..-»
his own repair*; reliable, s>.tier; b<-st ai ief
orenees. K. ]•:., i:u."i (ioi!-<li st., San Fran
cisco; tpl. w«! 8378.
FIRST CLASS rvnteh maker wishes *te«4| po»l
-tion; bpst of rpferences. Box 121 ft, Csll oftiep.
FRKNCriMAN, middle ap;e. would like k position
either waiter. Imr temler, tv-d muhfr Of Jii};!)t
clerk. Box 1120, Cell office.
GERMAN, 30. single, sober, stea.i.v. Wftntß Job
as .iniiltnr. elerstor mau ut tratctamin; beet
refcreruvs. Rox 1121, Call
HERDSMAN wants on dairy: under
stands breeding and fee.li.itr of lairy nn«l efenw
cattle; first rlass nteren***- Box* 1112. Call.
JAPANESK boy. jjeßtlo and honest, wishes po
sition as a nrhooJboy; domeetic well
e\periene,.,i. FRASB 1713 Waller St.; tet
Pnrk .;.".■ 1
M \X and wife Mierninf. i wish poaltiiana In pri
vate place; wife tttt r<KikiiiK, man house and
nrdee work; gmxl references. Address!
MCCKE, Hottl yon Dorn, San Kraueiseo, <",.i., |
or phony rranklfn '
aged mac ■»'•!■ «"vernment ref<
wants position MS nielli watchman; sober and
Irwltmtrious and will accept xraaU salary If
faithful urrleea merit attenttoe. Boy MWI,
fall office
MAN and wife etxtk and fnrdener for private
Sir party at MIBS
PLUNKETTS. 189 C Setter st. rer. Web»tw
OFFICR tnsiiaccr of eNce;!ioi«l atotltty, I
producer of highest ty; •■ and uaqaestlo .
er-Di'e. is open f,.r coin.- tioa with n good firm;
win accept a salary h propoftioo to value of
servi.PH. Box H»88. Call riftke. .
RANCH ;■ mi<ultu?:\l col
lece edacatioQ, tboroagh fenowledere end experi
ence in general farniin?:. of
dairy, stock, hogs, all gtala hh.l root trops,
proi>er rotstion on I«!mI>. 5 years , practical ex
perience og large raoc* pa here in California.
accustomed to all ma< • handling of '
large amount of 1«L>« •■ c * in
ary and bookkeeDtaia » - isbee a situation. B i i
IMS. r«ij__pffloe.
SHIP'S officer rapablp <>f ansiattog in ofric-P or
managing stores woaM Ilk* , OMPOrtaarty of
deasonatrating ability Hn<l faithfuln<*se in any
line of work a« can t>« as>lio*-e ycriuaueutli'.
1 Bos 1100. Call of Dee. •
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
M \ I.R — A
THOROCGIII.Y expetfeaecd gurdcner, compe
tent t<> tike entire charge of estate, with lo
cal refcr*acea <>f blitinct type. Is opeu for an
engagement. Box 1074. Call office.
WANTED—Poeition as shipper, assistant to re
ceiving porter or packer, or general worker;
best refereecea as to ability, honeety. experl
emc Address E. K. R., 209 Ellsworth et.
FEMALE HELP_W ANTED
! AAA —Telephone opera tors. Permanent positions
for young wemen and girls.
S»!flries from $1.10 to 53 pr day.
Extra jiav for evening and night work.
Falary of $IJ# per <lay paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine anil Steiner
*te.. San Francisco. TelepboM West IMS.
Employment uftice opeu week day* from 8
c. in. to 3 p. m.
Oakland employment office. Franklin st. be
tween 15th and 17th. Telephone Oakland 131.
Opeu week duys from S a. vi. to 5 p. vi.
' '■»
w.\ NTKH i;xri:i:ii:N<Ki> sai.kswomax for
PATTERN DEPARTMENT. APPLY SCPER
i\ I KXITXTS OFVIOE, 0 TO 11. HALE
BROS,. INC., MARKET AND STB STS.
WANTED- -EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
; WBHOIPKRIES. APPLY SCPKRINTEND
KXT'S (»l TUT.. >i TO 11. HALE BROS., INC.,
MARKET AM> BTH STS.
WANTiOII- -EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. API'LY SUPER
INTENDENTS OFFICE, » TO 11. HALE
1' :;> >S. iNC.. MARKET AND STH STS.
WANTED — STENOGRAPHER. EXPERIENCED
IN ELLIOT FISHER HILLING MACHINE.
APPLY SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE 0 TO
11. HALE BROS., INC., MARKET AND STH
[ STS.. g, !■'.
I ~
! WANTED ■■ Several jronnß women who are ae
ilivhed Hi cake and pantry baking;; prefer
■•. .'.m-ii bctweeo Sβ ;«iid SO years of nge who
• •:\:l talk to public and demonstrate merit of
>york an<! sell to customers; no previous
S/tne required ff can make pastry and
Mlk and sell goods, but neatness an.l pleasant
disposition positively require-!. Address box
Call Office, giving your name, address aud
telephone number, if have one. with informa
tion concerning your ability to fill requirements.
AT MRS C. REID'S Employment Office.
KM Market M., sth floor. Phone Suffer 31C6.
Exp>xiencr-fl chamber t»a!d, city hotel. .$22 f<l.
First or.r.k.. institution, city $40 fd.
JfWir>li gir!, housework, city $2."i fd.
(Wner*l hoae*wc*k, 2 In family $30 fd.
Chamber maid, city hotel $30 rm.
Lady dolleltof*. no experience necessary. .s."■ day
Girl, housework, no c<»)ktog. city $20 fd.
<;hi. boeSework end cook $2«i to $50 ttL
SI-.VERAI. cirls and women for housework.
S:.r,o|erapher with commercial experience.
Factory girls.
Women for sewing machine jrork.
Girl* to pnt np fruit.
An experienced maid.
CALLS FREE F.>n»LOTMFNT BPREAU,
i* a. m. to 12 noon.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT;
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY; PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEV I STKACSS & CO..
VALENCIA ST.. BETWEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR DAVIS.
NURSE. Protestant, for InfaDt, $35; nurse, 2
Children, San Rafael. $38; youns woman a«
practical nurse In an institution, $30 and f&and;
refort-nces. PLUNKETT, 1898 Sutter St.
r WoliFtf r.
LAT>IES Bid girls to tint pllinw tops at home,
Sβ to $C 0 p<r doz. Experience unnecessary
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASSOCIA
TION, room S3, 927 Broadway. Oakland.
LEARN HATR DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVY, P. V. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING, P67 Market et.,
second floor, near Empreee theater.
GENTLEMAN: wishes elderly lady to do light
■work for a short tine: correspondence solicit
ed. Address V.. Call office. San Jose. Cal.
EXPERIENCED salesladies wanted: mn«=t be
ccmpeteat. golden gate CLOAK HOUSB,
Market neor Jones.
i GIRTHS. 16 years of age, for ca«hler» and wrnp
pwm. \i>i>lv «t superintendent's office, THE
EMPORIUM. #
I WANTED— A ffmot girl for waitress at coffee
Itodw. "-'' vt.. San Francisco, Cal.
EXPERIENCED bil'er. Apply superintendent's
offico, THE KMPHHIT'M.
OIRLS, Iβ y*ara <>f age. for stock markers. Ap
nrcTintendPf.fs ofrl,->. THE EMPORII"M.
GIRL for eooklog and housework, wages $30.
1269 Guerrero *t.
I WOMAN wanted to work In bakery. Apply to
I MISS CARLSON'S BAKERY. 524 Caotro st.
•GET MARRlED—Thousands tired living alone; ell
ages. ChII or write MRS. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
■ GIRLS, Iβ years of ajje. for stnpfc markers. Ap
ply superintendence offlce. THE EMPORIUM.
t YOCNG. comp«t»>f>l pirl for jretieral housework
and cdoMag- 12."" Kulton st.
! WANTED— WaItreM; easy place; good wages.
317 Bd st.
MALE HELP WANTED
CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE,
145 3<l Bt. below Mission.
WANTED— Men to learn barber trade trader
• California t-ystem: don't pay for a bl* name; get
l' your moneys worth: we keep an Instructor with
I y>) constantly until you learn all the positions
I required by our system; for thie reason our stu
i dents learn quickly, and many have eecured aitu
-1 atioDs in 4 weeks' time; you may make $10 per
week while learning.
HOLER'S BARBKR COLLEO.K.
-"4 .'id st. below Howard.
jWe havf> cpenlng fr>r ."> more beginners to fill the
those left for good position*. Do not
be deceived by so called rollpsrvs. I-earn tinder
tti" Moler sy«'tem an<l lenrn r!eM. We haTe 45
l« in the I". S. A. Call or write for
WA\TKI> FOR I. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied Iβ
! married mr>n betweea ages of IS and 35: cittzons
iof Vnited Btate*, of. gootl character and fmpi-r
-nte hJiliif*. who can speak, read and wrlto the
Kiielisli lungimge. For information apt»ly to Re-
B OfS'-cr, etO Market St., San Fran-
BOTS wanted; can earn $2 to $2.50 per day.
:>7 I , hie et.
BOYS wanted: gon.l wages. Call at 1461 folk.
89(t Market or 627 Howard streets.
LOCOMOTIVE FIKKMKN AND HRAKKMKN
for ip-arby milrooda: $8O to $K>o monthly;
's r,i 35; (xperif-n-e till Bl'tt. ■—ry; «i"
■ . promotion to engineer, conilnctor: rsil
n;.l'>yini{ lieadQuartera; no charge for
asMlstanc to emoloyment; statp age: s»nd
i for application. RAILWAY ASSOCI
ATION, bot 1041. , . Cnil offlc,..
M.W" to hplp dpntal dept. part timo and do Jan
uork part timp. Apply dental <lept.. Af
tiiut»'<l Colipgpd. 2d sn<l Pamaevis ers., S. X..
between li"urs <A \ and 2 p. m.
MIIN to l'arn moviiiK pictßTS operating; Rf°»dy
ins: small <-ost to learn. 3 <'ity Hall ay..
WANTED- Steady, ivlial'le young man. pernia
■:!(.■; :»:i-s ?~ri p»-r month to start; srrmll
capital require*. Call BSO Market, room 41.".
RNMEXT POSmOHS aro oaey to get. My
•f V 414 tPil« hew. Write today —
now. EARL HOPKINS. Washington. P. C.
wanted Boy aboet Hi or 17 ytan old for
office work: good opportunity for right
[if-rson. .vldross i, o \ 1001. Call office.
MF,N fend wonui) to Ifar:! barhoring; wages while
learning; -co its ntniit tuition. !NTKI£NA
TIDN.M. RAfiBBB SCHOOL. 7fH> Howard st.
DOI (iI.AS HOT'SK. 738 Harrison s>t. nr. rvi—2oo
hard flnlehed eoomh; lnrp*> reading rrwni: hot
\'ai.>-: i'«'t'is 2Br a day; $1.25 and $1.-V>week.
WANTKI' Steady, roli:iti!(> yoimg man. pormn
!:»■(•; jmys $7."> per month to start: email
' vpo.niri'd. Call 830 Markot. room 415.
AUTOMOBILE driving nud repairing. MOTOR
BKGINBBRrXG SCHOOLS. STtH and Adeline
H« . «takla:id.
iIK.T '~.'UTi"d —Tliousainl< rlcli. all WWW ti-o-l
living alone. Call cr write MRS. HTDI
SMART ofSee boy arx»nl Iβ; ealery $•_•." per month
to becio. Apply r>7 Poet st.. room *n>.
r'.:' tnr :md P*eoßs! !".";;;! ifcn*l«. 7."> c up:
r«p»!r»d yi-liUp xnWng MS 3d «t.
w.wTK.n A tivst el*** rtrrl»?e pjjfnter. An-
KRIXY'S BTAB'rJW. Vm fin
AGENTS WANTED
BOTfl Hnd ;rir!s S>!l "A pnokagps of prwtal card*
at I" cents each and receive a c;nnera. or
watch, or doll or t\.u t 'In pen. frpp. WHEAT
r.KY SFI'PIA' CO.. 6552 Montioello ar.. Loe
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
i* "s. t;I;t sfif and fttmil] ha •■.;.-••
■ of dentil .
pporttmltj offered. .T.« i n
(Iq
Jan. 13. ISTB, \ wn-iety for horbers.
nd oroplo.ree. We- pay $!" i ■
. *2-Vt rteath bewflt, I>iu>s $i mo.
rtlcnlar* call t* write K. Oppcnhelm. sec..
I i i . or V\\ Baroq. eospl
-■c . 77." ilarfcet cf. : phone Kenny MR4,
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
JTontlna«d ...,..._,
STRICTLY first clan*. 6 chair shop for sale; in
the heart of the downtown district, with good
lfnse; we can show you where this Is posi
tively the beet buy in the city. Box 1087,
Call office.
PLACE your order NOW for HYKI TOXIC.
Meana more business for you a"<l satisfied
CrSTOMFJRS. CORDY HTTOHINSOX CO,,
I>ii=trlhiitinst Agents. 12« Turk ft.
FOR sale, cheap—l chair barber shop In prosper
ous town; picture of shop nt Bros.'.
Address J. W. CAI.I.AKHAN. Sunnyvale. CaJ.
BARBERS' CNION - Fr*e emp. aef-ficy. ,1. H.
BAKKR. Sec., 9M Market; t>l. Franklin MM.
BARBER, first class: $19 guarantee. n nd rent my
j cottage unfurnished, 116.50; this lob Is good for
J22..V). KS 3d et.
FOR sale —Harlxr sh<>;> time chairs: two bath
ui\,<: good location. Address 923 8d it., Sac
ramento, Cal.
BARBKRR' I'rotpctive T'nlon —K-n-ployment K«fr-e
-tsry. W. BARON. 77r. Mkt.: to!. K.nrny rwR4.
! WANTED—Ponltlon l>v lady barber. Address hox
HW.. Call office.
BOOTBLACK wanted, short hours, no Sunday. 22
Tlllinau jilace off Grant «v. bet. Suttcr ami Post.
Wanted, to rent or manage—First chiss barber
shop; hotel preferred. Address box HOtf, Call.
ROCKSIDE makes any razor hone work Just
rlyht. Try It. Ask your barber supply.
FOR sak—CICILLE HOTEL BARBER SHOP,- 2
chairs, a bargain. Uklah. Cal.
SIEN. women, learn the barber trade; wages
while leamins. Mole r Barber.Col.. 2.t4 3d at.
FOR sale —A 3 chair shop: 2 baths- a bargain.
Address J. T. YOT'XO. Qnlncy. Cnl.
BARBERS use Dv Pont's msnee shampoo ard get
results. DU PONT MFG. CO.. 453 Douclass.
GOOD paying 3 chair shop for sale. 2 stendy;
living rooms: long lease. Box 10W. Call office.
FOR sale—2 chair shop: good business; paid
$3no: will take ?12.'. 603 Front st.
GOOD second hand Inlaid linoleum 50 cents per
yard. At BAI'ERS. ."9 O'Farrell st.
MORE CHIMES razors arrived $2; guaranteed.
BECKEL A I'RKSHER. 60 6th st.
FOR sale—2 chair barber shop; cheap rent; a
bargain. 2213 Geary st
jVUTOM OBJLES
SEVEN (7) GENUINE BARGAINS
We hare left only spven need cars in onr place,
and will be terribly glad to clean up on these;
therefore, fur quk-k deal, will sell:
Peerless laudaulet fsmall >. '11 model,
used little and looks brand new $2,800
1812 Kissel. 6 cyl . 7 pass., Al shape.
worth al! of $2.750 $2,000
Packard "50. ,, 5 pass., 1910, <n extra
good shape $1,750 I
Ameri-an, '11, 50 hp., 7 pass., only $1,400
•os Peerless. 7 pass, (not Junk) $ROO
Stoddard-Dayton. '0/j, ~ pass $750
Stoddard-Dayto-i. 'iO. 8 pass $62."
Either of these last three ears would be
cheap at $1,000 or $1,200.
H. 0. HARRISON CO.. cor. Post and Van Ness.
SIX PASSENGER WINTON IN THE BEST OF
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST. COR
NER WALLER.
FIVE passenger. 6 "ylindpr. 40 H. P. Kline, fully
equipped, thoroughly overhauled $S.">o: 3 White
steamers, all in first class running nrder. from
$100 to $400. W. CASWELL, 149 Hayes st.
HANDSOME 5 passenger. 8 cylinder Kline car, 40
11. P., that has been well taken care of and is
in the best of condition; thoroughly overhauled;
will sell at a sacrificp of $1,000. Box 1108. Call.
PIANOS to buy or rw>*: lowest figures: easy
terms. ST.lTHa'4\\ ?4 Hill st., nr Valencia
and 22(1. manufa^A^iw' agents. Tel. Mission
4752. .Tuning, repa ** if, factory prices.
NEW* pianos bmi! player pianos rented, lowest
prices: visit new hirjrsin room anil pet bargain
list, KOHLER & CHASE. 26 OTarrcM St.
PIANOS to rent: no cartajte. BYRON MAHZY.
Oold Medal Pianos, 2SO Stockton st.
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt typewriters
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers Inspected and rented: ribbons for all ma
chines; carbon papers and office supplier, .",07
Bush st.: phone Douglas 4113. Ilonie C 2."10.
RKP.rir.T $io<) Heminjr'on No. c or Smith Pre
mier typewriter No. 2, jriiaranteec!. for $.'>o $3
per month. L. & M. ALEXANDER, . r .12 Mnr
ket st.
OAKLAND T>-pewrifer Kxcbance. 004 Broadway.
Oakland, dealer* in all niakes of typewriters.
MXiL rnakefc *oid repaired, rented. .McXAIXY
2t!f4 Mission *t. bet. 22d and 23d. Mission
202. M3M6. 5."?9 lfith at San Pablo ar., Oak
land. Oakland 177-1.
FURNITURB FOR SALE
PARPETte AND RCGS AT MIIX PRICES
All the new patterns of this season; 100.000
yds. carpet. 10.000 rugs. All kinds, all sizes,
at about half what you pay retail.
Axminster Carpets, yd ft"^c
1.75 Wilton Telret carpets, yd 97% c
I.BQ Extra Bnissels <-arpet«."yd 77^c
1.00 and $1.20 Biuwult carpet
~>mC tO 671'nC
32.r>0 Best Axminstpr rnse $17.50
30.0<) Brussels nijfs. extra heavy body, Ox
»2 '. $16.50
Room size Wilton velvet rusr* $10.50
Hundreds of other good Tallies equally as good.
All kinds of fumitiirt- «t factor y prices.
UNDHOLM NEAL COMPANY,
Western Representatires ASSOCIATED MFRS.
791 703-795 Mission et.
WOOD BASKETS
A fine one for $1..".<>.
OOCLTER'S RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Slitter St.
Fine ones for $2.
OOILTER'S KATTAN WORKS. 1141 Suffer St.
ADVANCE window shade fitotory: put up at short
notice. GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131-30 Suffer st.
BABY CARRIAGES
A first class carriage, fully upholstered, with
back curtain, half inch rubber tires, enameled
handles, for $10.
OHI/TER'S RATTAN WORKS. IUI Suffer st.
JWLL CA RRIA GES
The verj finest in Uk> city at 4O per rent
lower prices than any other utore i:i the city.
COII.TER'S RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Sinter et.
JPfUSS\JRECVT
OLD flies recut by new process. 715 Clay sf ,
Oakland: phones OaklMniT 8717. A 27.14.
INSECTS EXTERMINA TED
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY HIE IN
SKCriCIDK CO., f."7 i;.->:. Pfe»Un hnildinjt.
fSCELLANEOUS
u>wi:r than ever.
now IS THIS k»k a BABOAIKI
PORCKI.AIN ."> <>X "i. FT RATH
TUB! 1 20*30 PORCELAIN ENAMELED
SINK: 30 <»Al.. BOILER; 1 SKI 2 PABT
TRAYS: 1 BEA! TIKI I. PATENT TOI
LRT. BITHBR TN MAHOGANY. <;(•!.!>-
KN DAK. CBERBI OR WKATHERED
OAK. IOK |8&
WfUTE FOR CATALOGUE.
I p. c. o'Ha;::. s>t mission st.
!'. T-. iinAn;. ssi MISSION ST.
AXE you building or do y<m want to make im
|.n>\.-,n«iits on your home? If so. don't forgot to
cull and see what the H",i*t-\\ recking
c>. ran save y'»j. comv.irins 1 [ifir priced l r >
whet yoj Lai? k> V n\ etoewbere, a call at £:>
Valencia b< will mean dollan to yoo; Thoue
Market 668%.
FOR BALE—XBW ANf> SFro:XT) iTTnD carolTi
pad )>'>cket billlen! t;iblPs. bowline alleys end
sic«>ssorie«: l.ar Bstnfes ot all kit*
uieiit>. TIIK XXI NSWir.K KAf.KE «
DXX in.. T»M-T«'»!i Mi-sUn, st.. San Kran.-lsco.
SKCOXI). HAM) PIPE
largest (lealern In Btar;.!ar t i «nil screw cas
inft; dipped: prices right; xoarante..,] firwt ela*e
PAriKIC PIPE CO.. .Main Hivri Howani »»n.
"MOnPOBAPH" niovi'it r'.crure nine , . iin:!
ui"]e! BEB& Headquarters. QDWARD II
KKMf. S:r: Market si.. Smi« Praitctitro.
fl.L'MlilNO, gas and xteaai re[iajrin»: rra
eonabty. Call or phone 320 Siitn it., t,i.
Pnciflc 340.
kUUMiN AGEMCY. moving picture machines and
stercopticons. OF.O. BRECK. 70 TurK «r.
ibAFKS, iit-w aud second baud, cheaper tlian
ever. XUE HERiiAN S4AFE CO.. 128 "^eom.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
f'ontinned _^__^«^^_^
ALL sites nT-i r pipe and •«•* J****
in second band, lif HsphHltnm dipped: jruarnn
tePd ss goM M Dew: t*Tge BtOCk J**** ™ F
Hhlprnont WFISSBAr-M PtpoWks.. 13, 11th st.
CA*>H registers bought, sold, exchanged orre
paired. BOYAL NOVELTY CO.. 604 McAllls
<«t »*• ,
NATIONAL electric ticket thrower caeh J*"* , **,
el m> detail and total adder; cheap. »?» *«°-
Allinter ft.
BAKK—Rrg second tinnri steel lined Jewelers
cafe: snap. 669 Mission tit., below 3d.
COM Ft TING w.ile und meat elK'er for m
• bean n» 62» KeAllteter »t. ___________
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
HIHHKxf prices paid tot __W second hand
clothing. MUSIN. 57 Third St.; phone Kearny
3311.
DIAMOND, pearl*, fwmgh- at highest market
price; cash. srni'MAN. '■"•■> Oeary «ft.. fin. 32*
Something for Something
TO EXCHANGE
THE CALL will run yimr •drertteeetnt free
for mm week !n this column— yon to pay u<?
for p»<»ji answer received no MMWen b
Bring your sidy. to TfTK CALL office, not
more than 30 wot&r, it will tag pobllsbed one
week frep.
All inwirs trill he rpcelved and Attributed
through THE CALL'S offl.-e, Sd and Market.
FT every letter in answ-r t<. your nlvertl'-
rnent yon arp to p*y Tfl" 1 CALL - c«nti
Your adv.*}s published one wVek.
This offer does not apply to real «<rfite ei
changes or cash rraai* ctiott*.
WHAT liavp nm in exchange for use •■••
and safe for !;,•!:<-, 4
gentlemeu™ saddles: (rood rnbjver tired ran
bout; will give lessons or escort. ft<>i 1151,
On 11 of nee.
WILT, exchange a Merwin Hnrlbut A Co, nnvv
revolver, prize saedel, pscertorit «rorki
dition. Make offer. What hare
"hange for same? Address feoj '.»>>o. Call
"fflcP.
WILL exchange a good pailof .°. table ■
in downtown hotel for anything of value;
?4O0: can't give it my attention. F.ox 1086,
'"all office.
TO exchange— Winchester repenting •botgiin,
practically- b*w, cm case, cleaning ro
for tailor made overcoat or «iiit of clothe*. Or
what bare you? Box 1000. Call office.
WHAT la exchange for lady's side and cross vmi
die. also side and rroiw h.-ilits. boots, etc. , !
i.-'.'lv will give ie-isons In x>nr\i riding; beet of
nttrttxem, R>,x )<>u2. Call office.
HAVE as good as n<-w 12 gauge shotgun for
any good brass ln*fnjmont or camera, type
writer, wh 1 or nis; 5 ;. What have you?
Box 1326. Call office.
FOR exchange—Fair of genuine diamond ear
screws, solid gold, smnll size; want candies
and confections fresh or made to order. Ad
dress box 114H, Okß office.
WILL exchange 2 oak rocking chairs and other
furniture and handsome frstned oil painting
for carpet, rug or gas water heater. Bos
1353. Call offl.-e.
FOR exchange—Eighteen tubes of oil paints, all
food colors and in eoofl condition, for efaick
ens; must be good breed. Address box 1477,
Call office:
FOX fur rm? with bead and tall like new to
exchange for Turkish rug. electric reading
lamp, mahogany sewing table or trunk. Ad
dress box 1477. Call office.
WILL exchange a large handsome oil painting
(rnarine> for gas water heater, or good rug or
carpet, or what hare you? Address box
14R6. Call offW.
TO exchange—A machine for packing a popular
confection; has never been used; to exchange
for Al camera, or what have you? Address
box 1366 Call office.
WILL exih**«f> Columbia phonograph, Regina
music box, motorcycle, frame for storage bat
tery, typewriter, auto fur coat, or what have
yoii? Box 13W. Call office.
S5 FT. open boat with 15 hp. engine to ex
change for smiiler bom or automobile. Ad
dress box 1290. Call office.
WANTF.I) —Bed springs and mattress In ex
change for good \»sshing machine and gasoline.
Ptove. Box 13SO. Call office.
TO exchan<e —Fine Checkering grand piano, like
new, for autoinobjle or anything of same T«lue.
Box 1363, Call office.
TO exchange— One HxS nig In good condition,
for a rocker or good center table. Box 1370,
Call office.
TO exciiange—Photo studio outfit; everything
to make photos with: for motorcycle. Ad
drm box 1307. Call office.
$2," fiAS range to exchange for bed daven
port, chlnn cabinet or a sideboard. Address
box 1342. Call office.
WILL trade Kpcnington Invisible typewriter for
camera: machine in Al condition. Address
h.,x !'4<*. Call office.
WILL exchange a lady's Columbia bicycle,
cellent condition, for a good fishing rod or
qgmera. Address box P7S. Call office.
WILL turn In a Marin lot, or mortgas*
on name, as first payment on a house In
Oakland or Berkeley. Address box 1055, Call.
WHAT have you to offer in exchange for
Gillette safety razor, volue Sβ.f>o. nerer used.
Make ofTer. "Box 1201, Call office.
FURNISHED room offered In exchange for
sweeping 2 hours every other day. Bos
107(1. Call office.
LADIES' tailor will do alterations, remodeling
and tailoring in exchange for bedroom. Box
lia3. Call office.
I HAVE about |25 worth of gramophone rec
ords In good condition. Make offer. Bos
IPS). Tall'of flop.
EDISON cylinder records, cook store and sani
tary folding bed for bicycle, writing desk or
anything I can use. Box 1141. C«fi office.
EXCHANGE—A (rood gold filled wntcb. for a
srood wheel with coaster brake. Bos 1496.
Call office.
FINE English hull pups to exchange for fishing
rod. leathpr suitcasp, or anything I can use.
AddreM hox 144: i. Call office.
FOX rtehuhft- Omrfl dining room table for good
conch, rocker*, or china cabinet; also Singer
eewing machine. Box 1300, Call office.
HAVE one of the finest phonograph outfits In
the city t« exchange for workhorse. Box
!Me4. Call office.
WANT some fine larc curtains; will exchane*
plate class mirror or paintings, ornaments,
etc. Box l?,n«. Call office.
EX<"'HAXGE—A new gold watch, lady's or
gent's, for a medium rolltop desk. Box 1495,
Call office.
7 MONTHS old St. Bernard pup. will ex
change for female. Address box 1?,71, Call
office.
17.", ItIkFERF.NT stamps. V. S. a:iU foreign
countries, exchange for suitcase or ll*t offer
Box 1457. Call office..
18 FT. launch with 3 horse enelne and all ac
cessories to excbnnze for horse and light
wseon or buggy. Box 12R4. c a ll office.
WILL exchange a fine mandolin: a!w> gold watch
fob, for gent's wheel. Addref* box 1459
Call office.
WILL exchange fnr a small lathe, static tnScTi.r.a
or bicycle, a magneto. In fine condition. B-.x
12f.3. Call office.
WANTRO —To exchange Victor phonograph with
records for a good pool taMe. Address bo.t V
1344. Call office. f
VIOLONCELLO, value $7.f, to exchange for AX
wind shield for nuto and pair gas lamps. Ad
dress box 1.T4.J. Call office.
WILL exchange embroidered centerpiece, col
ored, 36 Inches, for banging lamp. Box i::ii
Call afß».
TO exchanee— Dtor ■*! Winflow s.-r.-ens made to
your order for re! I top .l»'sk. tvDewritcr. or
gasoline engine. Bn* 130K, Onll affirm.
WILL exchrtii2>- .V> Ibe. I':M leait-i ami tings f.,r
quads and ap*ce*. \(|«lrc>;-< (, ( ix Call
EXCHANGE- A music f.ov ~r :jo records for
fnr». Box l<u; 1. CeU office.
GOOD typewriter to exrhange for new cfothln*
Bmx 1402. C :i !l ~fflre.
GASOLINE Bttme and oven for blrycte tires or
anything i ett use. Box 12S0, Cell office.
TWO moroiighhr'-fi hTftck :<n<l t:in i!:, es r<> ev
fjiance for MerrhmtUw. i;,,x 1306, c>ll office.
WILL exchange r^frljfrnitoi l for small incubator
tio\ rj>».'., ('nil office.
fiOKSES. HARNESS, WAGONS
1 PAIR horses, -bright t.:iys. weight 3.00» Iμ. *4
and S years tjw; 8 .,, (i w ,,.. w ,.,. 5 , ,, i:ll . :V(f ;-, r
•W Tfl will taJte This
*e»m if tMkt'ii iit\;h. 'ji>'.i Valencia it
2 BAY torn. R and v yemra a**; well nwtrtwd
airfjßnod wortew and wmntl; just from the
cmntn an,! weigh , ; a i, B "-«.„'
sjLT.. raleorta m. I'argain,
KOAN !:n|--.. ,!,,! 1,;,-, ban* :, |M M v..arc ~f
B g*. 2JOO 1t...: ,«1 u., k , rs „„,' ph,i... h
tIM pretty near iHr-w >,-( baroena $-".n- «sk
f- \'H. J«>HXSOX-s team. »« vLl*" ;*\,
i A t(.i wajo:m, bUKgles and harm's* m rrtll ...
ha r<; α-ins: bauwains ,
for can- 1 vmm bmy bom
a;:e; watnri. teotxl w .ik.rs weitht •■ -'„ ik '

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