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THE^CALL
Addrens AH Communication* to
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
Telephone "Kearny HJ*'—Ask for The
Call. Tlie Operator Will Conaeet "You
Wlth the Department Yon Wirt.
BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL,
ROOMS. Market and Third Streets.
Open until 11 o'clock every night to
the year.
MAIN CITT BRANCH. 1657 Fillmore
Street, near Post.
OAKLAND OFFICE.. 1540 Broadway.
Telephone Oakland 10S3.
ALAMEDA OFFICE. 1435 Park Street.
Telephone Alameda 559.
BERKELEY OFFICE, 2011 Shattuck
Avenue. Telephone Berkeley 77.
CHICAGO OFFICE, 902 Marquette
Bulldlnp. C. Geo. Krogness, Adver
tising Agent.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 925 Brunswick
Building. J. C. Wllberding, Adver-
tislng Agent.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE. 1027 West
Twenty-third Street. Home phone
22417. William W. Wincup, Agent.
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spondent.
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HAM A OSWEGO—
1657 Fillmore street (open until 10 o'clock
every night).
TREMAYNE'S—
2200 Fillmore street.
R. REGERR—
131$ Fillmore street.
EATON'S BAZAAR—
298 Divisadero street, corner Cage.
APLER'S CIGAR STAND—
1501 Divisadero street.
J. H. STORY—
1702 Divisadero street.
THE SMOKERIE— «
1200 Divisadero street.
SHAPROS. INC.—
1303 Polk street, near Bush.
BLACK CAT STORE (STATIONERY) —
2210 Polk street.
PARENTS STATIONERY STORE—
329 Van Ness avenue.
L. HILL—
1415 Jackson street, near Hyde.
MRS. I SANDERS-
Turk street and Van Ness avenne.
J. A. PAXTON—
California and Divisadero street*
RIGHTWAY BAZAAR —
422 Presidio avenue.
W. T. CARL—
8613 Sacramento street.
TRESIDIO CIGAR STAND—
Presidio and Sacramento street.
S. LESSOR—
Sscramento and Walnut streets.
HAMILTON SQUARE BOOK STORE—
2103 Geary street.
BRANSFORD—
1986 Butter street, at Fillmore.
SOUTHWELL—
260 Ellis street
G. M. HI NKEN
1165 Ellis street.
P. H. MEDLEY-
-458 Height street.
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213 Octavla street. ,
mission AGENCIES
J. H. FIREHAMMER —
1993 Mission strewt. near Sixteenth street
• open until 10 o'clock every night).
BLAKE'S BAZAAR—
1108 Valencia street.
HALLIDATS STATIONERY STORE -
97| Valencia street.
MA AS' BRANCH—
598 Dolores street.
COSMOPOLITAN BOOK STORE—
3291 Mission street.
DOLORES PHARMACY —
Corner Twenty-ninth and Dolores streets.
DAVIS BROS.—
2901 Mission street, corner Twenty-fifth.
R. E HETNRICH—
32 Twenty-ninth Street.
McPEEE A 80N—
1302 Eighteenth street.
MRS. C. HEIDER—
76 Chenery street.
HEWLETT'S CASH STORE
IS Joost avenue.
Jf
CALIFORNIA LODGE OF PERFEC SW_\
TTON No. 10. A. A A. S. R.. 1850
Geary st. —Sixth and ninth degrees Mm.
THIS (WEDNESDAY! EVENING mf\
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren _%**_.
cordially Invited. /_•__{.
CHAS. JELLINEK. _C*__*V_
Secretary. sfu-X_J3-*l
BAN FSANCISOO Chapter No. J Royal MP _fy
Arch Masons, meets THIS EVEN _______
ING, Ist ay. and Clement st. Busl- \3eXj
n«-ss and Tehearsal. T—Hmm
H. (J. PRINCE. Secretary. TSS-V
MISSION Commandery No. 41. K. T.-- ■■» m
Officers and sir knights are requested
to assemble at their asylum TOKAY (23)
i Wednesday* at 1:80 o'clock p. m
for the purpose of attending the funeral serv
h-*a of our late frater. Sir Alwiu Henry Eh
hlnghausen. under the auspices nf Amity
L.dge No. 370. F. & A. M.. at Mission Ma
temple, 2668 Mission st. By order of
EDWIN W. TUCKER, E. C.
A. HAWKSLEY, Recorder.
CROCKETT lodge No. 130. F. AA. M.. _~
2138 Sutter St.—Second degree THIS »/QU
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7:30 XX
o'clock. » ▼ *
R. H. McPHERSON. Socretary.
MrsSlON~Lodge No. _«». F. A A _. __~
Special meeting THIS t WEDNES-VV
PAY l EVENING at 7:3o»©'elock. Sec
ond degree. w
FRANK W. SMITH, Secretary.
fTARK KING Lodge No. 344. F. A ... «
M . 1730 Fillmore st. —Second <legree m#\#
THIS "WEDNESDAY) EVENING at AA
7:30 o'clock. . f ~
H. F. WRIGHT. Secretary.
OFFICERS and members of the Servian Jjft.
Montenegrin L. and B. society.--Yon
are requested to attend our quarterly nBqI
meeting THIS DAY (Wednesday, .lan. ]____*[
15i. at 7:30 p. m.. at our headquarter*. rj-FV
Installation of officers will take plact
for ensuing year. By order of
MILAN G. STANISKH, Presl.lent.
I.A7.AR L. DROPO. Ree. Sec.
FARNSWORTH lyQdge No. 95, I. O. _msS_>_
O. F.--Installation of officers
THIS i WEDNESDAY! EVEN-
ING. All brothers welcome. " Tlv
W. .1. COONEY. N. Q.
AUSTRIAN MILITARY AND BENEV- __3_Z
OLENT ASSOCIATION — Installation %____
of officers for 1913 THIS (WEDNES 7m__t
I>AYI EVENING, January 15. 1012. at •'*•*•
* o'clock at 506 Fulton «t. By ord»r of
P SAPLOVICH. President.
PAVE F. KERTICH. Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Council No. 530. N. _rf_7_f_ta_v
V.. meets THIS (WEDNESDAY) _VO____h
EVENING In National Union r____f_%_C
hall. N. S. G. W. building. 414 )l_______\_
Mason st. oQK___i9r_j
G, GUNZENDORFER. Pres.
Q. H. VAN OR DEN. Sec
.* 1 _ _—i— _
Marriage Licenses
•♦— i 1 ♦•
SAN FRANCISCO
Tljp following marriage licenses were Issued
Tuesday. Jannary 14. 1013:
ARCHER—GRAVES—Frank P. Arcfcer. 21, 752
Guerrero street, and EtheljFn P. Gmve.«, 1?,
■•12 , 54 Twenty second street.
ACKELIA--WALTERS -Frank Aurelia. 3a, Paso
RoMe*. and Catherine Walters, 27, 1073 A
Natoma street.
COOKE— PETTIT— Mr. Cooke, 30. 525 Bush
street, and Mary A. Pettlt, 30. 660 Bush street.
EHLEM MI-INkl. Clans E. Ehlem. 2*. 1954
McAllister street, and Anna M. Meinke, 22,
297* Twenty-first street.
FENLON--O'ROURKE—David J. Fenlon, 22, 612
Nineteenth street, and Irene O'Rourke, 18. 210
Texas street.
FONDREN—GREENAN— Stanley H. Fondreu, 21,
1628 Taylor street, and Agnes Greensn, 19, 28
Presentt court.
GIBSON—MONTFORP- Adam Gibson. 30. Bel
vedere, and Mary C. Montford. 26. Oakland.
HUBER- SMITH—John 11. Huber. 32, 2489 Fol
som street, and Mary Smith. 2S. Seattle.
MERRILL—SARIN John A. Merrill. 30. 232!
California street, nnd Irene Sahin, 27, San
Francisco.
NIELSEN— BERTINSEN Nils Nielsen, 26, 73
Fountain street, and Azora Bertlnsen, 21. 165
N"e street.
OEHNS—GREEN Theodore (>ehr.e Jr.. 28, Chi
cago. 111., and Edith Green. M Alameda.
rENDERGAST— LE LANDS—Francis M, Pendcr
gast. 36, 270S Twentieth street, nnd Bertha P.
Le Lande. 33, 10R4 Ellis street.
ROME—DCPLACEAU— Jean B. Rome. 26. 675
Broadway, and Marguerite Puplaoeau, 22, 402
Broadway.
BCOBEY—AGNEW Marshal! L. Sonhey. 34. 1452
Jackson street, and Agnew, 30, Portland,
Ore.
OAKLAND
The following marriage licenses were I>sued
Tuesday, January 14. 1913:
BENNETT—KEMNITZEN- Samuel Franklin Ben
nett, 44. and Ellen Delphina Gabriel Kemnitzen.
33. both of San Jose.
DE FREITAS-—GOMES- -Jose de Freitas. 3S, and
Laura (inmw. 18, both of Oakland.
GUSTI—RODRIGCEZ—CarIo Gnsti, 26, and
Grace Rndricnc- i<i, ~nth of Nlle«.
HOOLEV—OCLLBEKG -John B. llooley. 44.
Whltmsvilie. Mass., and Christina Guliberg. 85,
Iron wood. Mich. ,
WOTH—MENKE -Cj_-istian TL Roth. 29, and
M.'Ho Mecke. 26 Ix>th of San Francisco.
STARRK O RATTO—Damon M. Starrieo. 22. and
Marguerite Patto. 17 b»tb of Alameda.
WEISS— OSTEI. -Anton Weiss. 24. and Otillia
Oster, 21. botl of Alameda.
BIRTHS ».
HOFFMAN In this ci t. January 5. 1013. to the
wife of Charles L. Hoffman, a daughter.
LYNCH In this city. January 4. 1013, to the
wife of Bernard C. Lynch, a daughter.
MAJtBMQES
VLANTIN—REVINGTON— lv this'city. January
12. 1913. by Rev. Elbert R. Dille. Alfred Fran
cis Vlantin and Maude Juliette Revlngton, both
of San Francisco.
DEATHS
Adams. John L S4iLinder. Charles ....75
Barden, Harry J 32J Madden. David D... —
Black. Robert 29: Mahoney, Mary 86
Borland. Dr. Robt... -Marlow. Louis H «»
Brady, Michael J 2fi | McGahe. James 55
Burge i.lnfantt McDonald, Angus ..,88
Carlson. Frank 50Middle!on, Sarah M. —
Chandler. James L.. 49 Morris. John W 54
Curry. John >>7 Nagei. |>nrt*c
Dahnken, Fredrick... 77 Newton. Helen C... —■
Daly. John F M Nikairder. Selma J.. 45
Desmond, Daniei ... 86 Palmer. Annie 79
Ebblnghausen, Alwin. 27 Racouillat. H 71
Fitxmaurioe. John... 7« Reiser, Allie 20
Gliksohn. Katherine. 43. Riddle. Albert H... 29
Gross, John 79 Rogers, Adeline 8.. ..
Guldo. Santos 74 Smith. Freda J
Hampton. Wm. E. .. 62 Trantner. Magdalena. 52
Heenev. Nora 34 Walter. Elizabeth... R3
Hlekev, Mary B 32 Waters, William... 75
Jadwin. Minna V. B. 21 Weil. Jfittle 89
Jadwin, Donald P. .. 26 Wil'lams. Wm. H. - ."7
Kr.rpel, Gabriel P... 61. Yef.es, J 50
Kuhling. Marie E...64 >
T/enehan. John C M Johnson (Card)
Leveroni, Nicola 76 Sink (Card)
ADAMS--At sea, from steamer Roseerans, Jan
uary 7. 1913, John L. Adams, dearly beloved
husband of Adeline Adams and father of Mar
lon L. Adams and stepfather of Viola and Her
man Pavne and beloved spn of Etta L. Adams
and brother of William, Frank and Bessie
Adams and Mrs. Mattle Beck, a native of
Maine, aged S4 years 6 months and 1 day.
(.Seattle papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funaral Friday. January
17. 1013. at 2 o'clock p. m., from the mor
tuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertaking
Company. 2475 Mission street near Twenty-first.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
funeral car from corner of Twenty-eighth and
Valencia streets at 2:30 p. m.
BARDEN—In this «dty. January 14. 3013. Harry
Joseph, dearly beloved husband of Lily Barden.
devoted son "of the late Thomas and Susan
Barden. and loving brother of Thomas Barden,
a native of San Francisco, aged 32 years.
Remains at the parlors of Suhr ,t- Wieboldt.
1383 Valencia street near Twenty-fifth.
BLACK- In Kelseyville. Lake county. January
12. 1013. Robert Black, dearly beloved brother
of Joseph Black and Mrs. E. I>. Welsh, a
native of County Armagh, Ireland, aged 29
years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
'Thursday), January 16. at 2 p. m.. at the
funeral parlors of Green. Ryan & Donohoe.
northeast corner Sixteenth and Guerrero
streets. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
carriage.
BORLAND—At sea. January 12. 1013. Dr. Robert
Borland, beloyed husband of Euphemia Borland
and father of Robert. Jack and Jessie Borland,
a native of Edinburgh, Scotland.
BRADY—In Redlands. January 13. 1013. Michael
J., beloved son of Margaret and the late John
J. Brady and brother of Carrie and Alien
Brady, a native of Webster, Mass.. aged 26
years 11 months and 13 days. A member of
San Francisco aerie N". 9. F. O. E. (Webster,
Mr?*., rapers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day) at 9 a. m.. from the funeral parlors of
S-imuel McFadden & Co., 1070 Haight street
near Baker, thence to St. Agneg church. Ms
sonic avenue near Page street, where a requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the repose of
bis soul at 10 a. ru. Interment Holy Cross
cmeterv.
SAN FRANCISCO AERIE No. 5. F. O. E.—
Officers and members: Yon are hereby notified
to attend the funeral of our late brother.
Michael J. Brady, tomorrow (Thursdayi at 9
a. m.. from the funeral parlors of Samuel Mc-
Fadden. ]OTO Haight street near Baker. By
order HERBERT ('HOYNSKI. President.
GCB POHLMANN. Secretary.
BURGE—At Ratttc Mountain. Nev., January ».
1913, Marjorie Helen Burge. infant daughter
of Leslie W. and Edna M. Burge and beloved
sister of Marie Frances Burge, aged 1 mouth
and 3 days.
CARLSON—In this city. January 12. 1913, Frank
Carlson, a native of Sweden, aged 50 years, a
member of the Carpenters' union, local No. 22.
Friendb are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral tomorrow. Thursday, at 2 p. ra,, from
the parlors of Mcßrearty ft MeCormlck. 915
Valencia street near Twentieth. Interment
Cypress Lawn cemetery by carriage.
CHANDLER—Ib Alameda, January 14. 1913,
James lewis, beloved son of Mrs. Helen W.
Chandler and brother of Mrs. Mary C. Stroupe
of Alameda. Frank and Theodore Chandler, a
native of Wisconsin, aged 49 years.
CURRY Entered into rest. In this city. January
13. 1913, John Curry, father of Charles H-.
John W.. Anna and Margaret B. Curry. Mrs.
John F- Graham and Mrs. William M. Gilliland,
aged 87 years.
Friends are Respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services tomorrow (Thursday), January
16, at 10 a. m.. at Gray's chapel. Geary and
Divlsadero streets. Interment strictly private.
DAHNKEN—Born April 26. 1835, died January
14. 1913, Fredrick Dahnken. beloved husband of
Bridget Dahnken. father of Fred Dahnken and
the late Mary Carsten and Henry Dahnken.
brother of Henry Bartels, John Carsten and
Louise Dahnken.
Funeral tomorrow (Thursday), January 16,
-1913, at Antioch.
DALY—In this city. January 13. JOl3, John F.
Daly, beloved bnsband of Margaret* Daly and
father of Mr*. May Yaeota, Mrs. David Ma
canlay and Timothy Daly, a native of County
Cork. Ireland, aged 56 years.
Friends and relatives are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services Thursday. Jann
ary 16, 1913. at 9 o'clock a. m., from the
chapel of Julius S. Godeau. 41 Van Ness ave
nue near Market street, thence to St. Joseph's
church, comer of Howard and Tenth streets,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30
a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
DESMOND—In this city. January 13, 1913,
Daniel, dearly beloved husband of S"arah Des
mond aud loving father of Patrick Desmond
and Mrs. Mary A. Bourne and the late .Tusoph
W. and John F. Desmond snd grandfather ol
William P. and Robert J. Bourne and Mrs.
Luther Jenkins and Klttie Desmond, a native oj
County Cork. Ireland, aged 86 years.
Friends aud acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow- (Thurs
day), at 9 a. in., from bis late residence. 3281
Twenty-first street near Valencia, thence to St.
James church, where a requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com
mencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cros?
cemetery, by carriage.
E3BINGHAUSEN—In this city, January 12, 1913,
Alwin IL, dearly beloved husband of Maud
Ebblughauspn. beloved son of the late Henri:
and Margaretha Ebblnghausen and loving
brother of Laura Ebblnghausen and Mrs. E. W.
Sparoer and Mrs. C. D. Brown, a native of Ran
Francisco, Cal.. aged '-'7 years 11 months and
7 days. A member of Amity Lodge No. 370,
F. ft A. M.; Mission Chapter No. 79. R. A. M.,
and Mission Commanders- No. 41, K. T-, and
Islam Temple. A. A. O. N. M. S.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day), at 2 p. m.. from the Mission Masonif
temple, 262s Mission street between Twenty
second and Twenty-third, where services will
be held under the auspices of Amity Lodge No.
370, F. ft A. M. Remains at the parlor* oi
Suhr & Wieboldt. 1355 Valencia street neat
Twenty-fiffh. Interment Woodlawn ceme
terv. i,y electric car from Twenty-eighth anc
Valencia streets.
WHEN THE UNDERTAKER |
* BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALF the Funeral Expense,
Telephone
JUHJUS §. G»EAU
Market 711. Oakland 4045.
Independent of the Trout
THE GODEAU FUKERAL SERVICE will
fnrnisb for $75, embalming shroud, silver
mounted, cloth covered casket, betirse md
two carriages and give personal super-
TRUST 0 UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE
you $75 for the casket alone, and all
their prices are proportionate.
Godeau Funeral Service Saves You Half.
Auto ambulance, carriages and autos for hire.
BAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
41 Van Ness Aye. 2210 Webster St.
305 Columbus Aye, Phone Oak. 404$
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
F-TZKATJRICE- In Oakland. Cal.. January IS.
1913. John, beloved husband of Emily R Fltx
niaurii-e anil loving father of Palsy L.. William
M. and John H. Fitsmaurice and brother of th"
4 ate Albert \V. Fitzmaurloe. Mrs. I,oui»e Faulk
ier and Margaret Fitr.maurlce of Richmond,
Va.: the late Mark an<l George Fltzmaurice of
Melbourne, Aus.. ami Msrv Fitzmaurloe of Lon
don. Eng.. a native of Ireland, aged 7S years 8
months and 12 days.
Friends and members of Lyon Post No. S
nnd Ladles of the 6. A. R..' and Women* Re
lief Carps hip invited to attend the funeral to
morrow (Thursday). January I*. at It
o'clock a. m.. from St. Paul'? Episcopal church.
eorncf Monteeit-. avenue sn<l Bay place, Adams
Point, funeral leaving the late residence. Tit
Fifteenth street, at 10:30 a. in. Incineration
at*ths California Electrle Crematory, entrance
of Mountain View cemetery. Piedmont avenue,
Oakland.
GLIKSOHN—Tn this elty, January 13. 1013,
Katherine. beloved wife of Nathan Gliksohn.
loving mother of Sallie Morris. Henry, Minnie
and Esther Gliksohn and sister of Mrs. Charles
ICisenstein, a native oi" Russia, aged 43 yours.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day), at 1 p. m.. from her lite residence, it*
Pay street. Remains at the parlors of Suhr &
Wieboldt. 138." Valencia street near Twenty
fifth, until today (Wednesday!. 0 a. tn.
Interment Eternal Home cemetery, by electric
fmipral car from Twenty-eighth-aud Valencia
streets. Please omit flowers.
GROSS—In this city. January 10. 1913, John
Gross, a n«tire of Germany, aged 79 years.
Friend* aud acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today »Wednes
day). January 18, 1013. .at 8:49 a- ra., from
the funeral parlors of Monahan & Co.. 2330-41
Mission street near Nineteenth, thence to St.
Francis church, where a requiem high mass
"ill he celebrated for the repose of his soul,
'■ommeneing at o:3tt a. nf. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery.
GuTDf—ln this el;y. January 13. 1013. Snntos
Guide, a native of Te-;as, aged 74 years.
HAMPTON In Novate. Marin county. Gal,. Jan
uary 12, 1013. William E, Hampton, beloved
husband of Ada N. Hampton, and loving father
of Clifford. Ben and Gail Hampton and Mrs.
F. 15, Arthur and Mrs. W. P. Sutton, a native
of Cincinnati, <>~ *S}oi 83 years 4 months aud
5 days. »
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tQ(Jay (Wednes
day*, at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from the parlors
of Gantner Brothers, 424 Guerrero street be
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth. rnrtsjratlo'i
at Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric fnneral
car from Twenty eighth aud Valencia street*.
HEENEY—In Petaluma. January 12. 1013. Nora,
beloved wife of James Ileenev. loved mother
of Harold J. and the late William F. Heeney.
and loving sister of John J.. William F- and
James P. Fl-mlng, Mrs. Mack Conniff and
the late Daniel Fleming, a native of San Fran
cisco, aged 3. years 4 months and It days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to at fend th" fuaeral today (Wednes
day), at 0:15 a. m.. from the parlors of the
Cnited Undertakers. $606 Howard street near
Twenty-second, thence to Mission Dolores
church, where a requiem high mass will he
celebrated for the repose of tier soul, com
mencing at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemeteiy.
HICKEY—In this city. January 12. 1013, Mary
8., beloved wife of Thomas W. Hickey, mother
of Mary. Thomas. Anna, and Elinor Hickey,
daughfr of Patrick and the late Mary Mulcare,
sister of Mrs. Josephine Butler. James Mulcare
and Nell v. Gleeaon, a native of San Francisco,
aged 32 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day!, at 0 o'clock a. in., frotn her late resi
dence, 374 Fair Oaks street, thence to St.
James ehnrcb. Twenty-third aod Guerrero
streets, where a solemn requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment (pri
vate) in Holy Cross cemetery, by carriage.
JADWIN—In this city, January 13. 1013, Minna
Van Bergen Jadwin, beloved daughter of Ed
ward A. and B. Van Bergen, a native
of San Francisco, Cal., aged 21 years.
JADWIN—In this city, January 13, 1913, Donald
Palmer Jadwin, husband of the late Minna Van
Bergen Jadwin, son of Orlando H. -and Eliza
beth P. Jadwin and brother of Mrs. Frank B.
Anderson, a native of Brooklyn, N. V.. aged
2G years.
Funeral strictly private. Please omit flowers.
KARFEL—In this city, January 13, 1013. Gabriel
P.. beloved husband of Augusta Karpel, a
native of New York, aged 01 years.
Funeral and interment private. No flowers.
KUHLING—In this city, January 18, 1913. Maria
Elizabeth Kuhling. beloved wife of the late
Anton Kuhling. and beloved sister of Mrs.
Maria A. Wilbrand. a native of Oldenburg,
Germany. ag p d 64 years 2 months and 18 days.
A member of the Third Order of St. Francis
and the Christliche Mutter Vereln of St. Boni
face's church.
Friends and acquaintances and members of
the above societies are respectfully Invited tc
attend tbe funeral today (Wedneaday), al
ft o'clock a. m.. from the residence of her sis
ter, Mrs. Maria A. Wilbrand, 113 Germania
avenue between Fillmore and Steiner streets,
th»nce to St. Boniface's church. Golden Gate
avenue between Jones and Leavenworth streets,
where a requiem mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:80
o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery,
by carriages.
LENEKAN—In this city. January 13. 1913, John
«'. lyfuehan, a native of Maryland, aged 50
years
Friends and acquaintances nro respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day) at 9 a. ra. from the funeral parlors of 8.
A. Whitp. 1214 Eddy street near Laguna. In
terment Holy Cross cemetery.
LEVERONI—In Petaluma. Cal.. January 13,
1913. Nicola leveroni, dearly beloved husband
of the late Maddalcna Leveroni, and lovins
father of Mrs. C. Lagomarsino, a native oi
Italy, aged 76 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tburs
day). January 16. 1013, at 10:30 a. m.. fron
the parlors of Valente. Marin i. Mara is &. Co.
('.40 Green street, thence to Sts. Peter':; anr
Paul's church, where a requiem high mass wil
be celebrated for the repose .of his soul, com
menclng at 11 a. m., thence to cemetery.
LINDER—In this city, January 12. 1013. Charle!
Linder. a native of Sweden, aged 75 years.
Remains at the parlors of Suhr &. Wieboldt.
135.~> Valencia street near Twenty-fifth.
MADDEN—In Fresno, January 13, 1913. Davlr
P.. loving husband of Margaret Madden. an«!
beloved father of Thomas D. Madden, son oi
the late Dennis and Ellen Madden, and brothei
of Mrs. Josephine Irving. Mrs. Frank Ralpt
and the late Thomas Madden, a native of Sar
Francisco, Cal. ,
Friends and acquaintances are respectful?
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day), Jannary 1(5. 1913. at 9 o'clock a. m..
from the parlors of Carew & English, 161.
Geary street, thence to Star of the Sea church
where a requiem mass will be celebrated foi
the repose of his soul, oommneing at 9:3(
o'clock. Interment private, Holy Cross ceme
tery, by* automobile.
MAHONEY-In this city. January 14. 1913
Mary, beloved wife of the late Jeremiah Ma
honey, and loving mother of John Mahoney
Mr*. Sarah MeDoooogb, Mrs. Joseph Carr. Mrs
Ellen Callaghy and Mrs. Katherine Weldooe
a native of Athemy, County Galway, Ireland
used SO years. (Los Angeles and Boston paper;
please copy.)
Funeral strictly private. Please omli
flowers.
MARLOW In this city, January 13. 1913. Louis
H. Marlow. beloved father of Mrs. Fred L
Hilracr and William L, Marlow, a native o!
Germany, aged 65 years 5 months and 13 days
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services toda;
(Wednesday*. January 15. 1913. at 10:30 a. m."
from the parlors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 20i:
Mission street between Twenty-fifth and Twen
ty-sixth. Interment, private.
IfeCABE—In this city, James McCabe. a nativ.
of Pundalk. Ireland, aged 55 years. A metnbe
of Marine Firemen's Union.
Notice of funeral hereafter. "Remains at th'
parlors of Barry & Scully. 927 Valencia street
McDONALD—At sea. aboard steamer Roseerans
January 7. 191.3, Angus McDonald, beloved soi
of Colin R. and Mary McDonald and cousin o
Daniel D. Cameron, a native of Plctou,- N. 8.
aged 3« years 4 months and S days.
It lends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vlted to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day). January 16. at 9:30 a. m., from the par
lors of H. F. Suhr * Co.. 2919 Mission stree
between Twenty fifth and Twenty-sixth, thenc
to St. Paul's church for services oommencin;
at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery
by carriage.
MIDDLETON—In this city. January 14. 1913
Sarah M. Middlefon. beloved mother of Mrs. C
W. Bonne. Mrs. William BeverWge and Franl
B. Middlcton and the late Mrs. W. B. Ke
nealy.
The funeral services will be held tomorrow
Thursday, at 3 o'clock p. m.. at the chapel a
Cypress Lawn cemetery. Remains at the rest
dence of her daughter. Mrs. C. W. Bohne, 57-
Alvarado street between Twenty-second ant
Twenty-third, near ("astro street.
MORRIS—In this city, January 14. 1913, Johi
W. Morris, dearly beloved husband of Mar-
Morris, and loving father of John E.. Walter
Lydle B- and Margaret Morris and Mrs. Farm-
Sehullz. a native of Wisconsin, aged 54 yeari
and 11 months.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend tbi
funeral services tomorrow (Thursday), at
CEMBTEBIEB ACT CRgMATOBDM
\is Before Finn! Arrangrments 4j
&. Are Made Be Sure and See jc
ffoto. ©iv^S
jfu A modern park cemetery with per- __
petual care of all lots and graves. i__\
jTt_ Special inducements to those hay- %
ing movals from city oomcterieH. i__
Ju City office. Head bldg., Post st. X
>2p and Grant aye. £t<
CWRttSS LAWf*3
OESmTEIRY ASSN.
20- HEWES BLDG., 995 MARKET ST.
Sntter 695, Home J4167.
(Cemetery Phone Mission 3341.)
All arrangement* for burial* or crematfow
made at city office or cemetery. Special atten
tion given to removals from old city cemeteries
Entire cemetery under perpetual care, guaraat«*<
by our P-rp-tusi Or* Fund of J.UO.OijO,
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o'clock p. m.. at his late residence. 429 Hearst
avenue. Sunnyslde. Interment Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by 'carriage.
NAGEL-In this city, January 14. 1913. Lonise,
beloved wife of the. jate John NageL and loving
mother of Albert. Charles and WTllie Nagel
and tiie late. Louise Nagel, a native of Phila
delphia.
Notice of fnneral hereafter. Remains at her
late residence, 23i»7 Bryant street corner of
Twenty-first.
NEWTON- In Oakland, January 13. mi 3. Helen
Converse, beloved wife of Ceorge F. Ne<vton
and nioti-er of Francis and Kenneth Newton, a
native of N-w York. (Fortland, Ore., papers
please e.ipv. I -
Friends and aeqtieint->noe« are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(ThnrsdayS afternoon. January 1«. 101.".. at 2
o'clock, at Or see M. K. church, corner of Thirty
fourth and Market streets, Oakland: Interment
private. Remains at th<' parlors of the Albert
Brown Company, 654 Thirteenth straet. Oak
land.
NIKANDER—In this city. January 13, 1013.
Selma Johanna, dearly beloved wife of Ferdi
nand Nlkander, lovinc mother of Hugo and
Edith Nikandcr. dmirMer of the late Jacob
C. and Johanna Westerfundl and sister of
John. Victo,- and the late Andrew E Weater
iund. a native of Finland, need 4" years 7
months and 1 Uav. A t»«J-ber of the ".Star of
Finland."
Friends and aoonalrrtsnces are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (TJiurs
day), January |(i at 2 p. n_„ from the parlors
of Suhr it Wielioidt. I*Bs Valencia street near
Twenty-fifth. Interment Mount Oil-ret ceme
tery, by eje-tric car from Twenty-eighth and
Valencia streets.
STAR OF FINLAND--Officers and members are
hereby requested to asaemhle :it the parlors of
SVthr & Wieboldt. 13*.". Valencia street near
Twenty-fifth, tnmorrow (Thursday}, st I •■*>
p. m.. to attend the fnneral of our late mem
ber, i>elma Johanna Niknnder. By order
ANDREW -JoifNSoN, Pre*
PALMER—In this city. January 12. I#l3. Annie
Palmer, wife of tiie late Henry Palmer, a
native of Canada, agfd 70 years.
Friends ar" respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services today (Wednesday), Janu
ary is, st 11 a. m., at Gray's oh*i>el. Geary
and Divlsadero streets. Interment private.
RACOTRLLAT—tn this city, January Ml, 1913.
Henrlette dearly beloved mother of Henry
Racouillat, Mrs. Jules Wittmarr and Mrs. Ma
tbilde Wittmati. a native of Paris, France, aged
71 year* 11 months.
1 Funeral and interment strictly private. Please
. omit flowers
REISER—In Bremerton, Wash-, January 11,
1013, Allle Reiser, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Reiser of San Jose C«l.. snd brother of Sid
ney, Sadie. Pearl. Corona and Miriam Reiser, a
native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 20 years 0
months snd 29 days„
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral Frday. January 17,
1013, at 2 p. m., from the family residence.
123 South Eleventh street. Interment Homa
of Peace cemetery. San Jose, i'nl.
RIDDLE—In San Mateo, January 12. IMS. Al
bert H. Riddle, dearly beloved husband of Ag
nes Riddle and loving son of Ella and the late
George Riddle end brother of Charles Riddle of
Reno, Nov.. George Riddle and Mrs. Joseph
Vaughn of San Mateo. Mrs. C. E. Carlile of
Novato, Mrs. Walter Cross and the late Ar
thur Riddle, a native of California, aged 20
years lo months and 14 days. lLoa Angeles
papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow, Thurs
day, at 10:30 o'clock n. ro.. from tjie funeral
psrlors of Bunker & I.unt. 2600 Mission street
between Twenty-second and Twenty-third
streets. Interment St Mary's cemetery, Oak
land.
ROGERS—In San Rafael. January 13, suddenly,
at the residence of her brother In law. Rev.
Arthur Crosby. Adeline Badeau Rogers, a na
tive of Brooklaud, N. Y.
SMITH—In this city. January 13. 1013, Freds
J., beloved wife of John P. Smith, loving
sister of Mrs. Kate McKlnney, and daughter
in law of Mrs. P. Smith, a native of Germany.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day), at 2 p. m.. from the parlors of Mc-
Brearty _ MeCormlck. 915 Valencia street near
Twentieth. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery.
TRATJTNER—At rest, in this city. January 13.
1013, Magdalena A., dearly beloved wife of
Gustave A. Trautner and loving mother or Mrs.
William Heyden Jr., Fio-ence, Genevieve,
Elsie, Charles Elmer. Gustave Jr.. Rudolph. Ed
mund and Oliver Trautner and the late Hazel
and Harry Trantner. and sister of Louisa
Sower. Mrs. Caroline Bader, Mrs. A. Anderson,
Gustave Shenkel and the late Fred Shenkel and
grandmother of Elmer Trantner. a native of
Missouri, aged 52 years I months and IS days.
Friends c.nd acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Thursday), January 10, at 2 p. m., at the
parlors of 11. F. Suhr & Co.. 2010 Mission
street between Twenty-fifth and Twenty sixth.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia
streets.
WALTER—In this city. January 13. 1913. Eliza
beth, beloved wife of th<> lute Anton Walter,
aud loving mother of Kdward ('.. Anton Jr.
and the late Ernest Waiter, and sister of Ill
rich, John. Lena and Jacob Sehoeh and the
late Mrs. Barbara Bueller and Mrs. Kate Or
tell. a native of Swttaerland, aged 63 years 1
month and 21 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day i, at 10 o'clock a. W.j £roffi tht» parlors of
Suhr &. Wieboldt, 138* V».end* street near
Twenty-fifth, thence by electric car from
Twenty-eighth and Valencia -streets to Cypress
Lawn crematory for incineration. Please omit
flowers.
WATERS-In Oakland. Jannary 10. 1013. Wil
liam Waters, a native of Cornwall, Eng., aged
75 years.
Funeral will take place today (Wednesday),
at 2 p. m.. from McManns' undertaking par
lors. Seventh and Castro streets, Oakland.
WElL—Entered into rest, In this city, January
14. 1913, Jettle Weil, beloved mother of Leo
pold and Ignata Well and Mrs. Julius Loebel,
a native of Bohemia, aged SO years.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at
Grays chapel. Geary and Divlsadero streets.
WlLLlAMS—entered into rest in Vallejo. Janu
ary 13. 1913, William Henry Williams, beloved
husband of the Iste Christian Williams aud
loving father of Frederick John Williams, a
native of England, aged 77 years .•> months
and 12 days. A member of Court Eureka No.
6148. A. O. F., of San Francisco.
Friends snd acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Wednes
day). January 15. upon arrival of the 0:45 boat
from Vallejo. Interment. I. O. 0. F. cemetery.
Son Mateo county, by funeral car leaving ferry.
COURT EL'REKA NO. 6140. A. O. F.—Officers
nnd members are hereby notified to attend the
funeral of our late brother, W. H. Williams,
from Cnion ferry depot, foot of Market street,
today (Wednesday), at 10:30 o'clock a. m., on
the arrival of the Vallejo boat, thence to ceme
tery, by funeral car. Your* in T. B. _C.
THOS. 11, VIVIAN, Fin. Sec.
R. METZ, C. R
YEATES—At sea. in the wreck' of the steamer
Roijcrans, J. Yeates, aged 50 years. A member
of Marine Cooks and Stewards.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral today (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock
p. m., from the chapel of Craig. Cochran & Co..
1!W Valencia street near Twenty-third. In
terment Mount Olivet cemetery.
CARP OF THANKS
JOHNSON—We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to yisslon Lodge No. 160. F. & \. M.:
commandant naval training station, his officers
and men; Chaplain 8. K. Evans. O. S. N.. com
manding officer. Presidio: superintendent Geary
street line, c"ew of Marblehead, other friends
and the public at large for their comforting
sympathy and floral offerings during our late
bereavement, the logs of our beloved son and
brother. Captain Luclen Field Johnson of the
Roseerans.
MRS-. JOHNSON, mother: HARRY T. and
CHARLES, hrothers: MRS. ETHEL MENE
IT.E and FLORENCE, sisters; GEORGE
MFNEFEE. brother In law.
CARD OF THANKS
SINK—We wish to thank our many friends for
their sympathy and kindness during our late
bereavement and also for the beautiful floral
offerings.
MARIETTA F. SINK AND FAMILY.
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BROWN & KENNEDY, FLORAL ARTISTS. 3001
36th nr. Valencia- Cnion store; funeral work a
specialty at lowest prices. Phone Market 8735.
DARBEE. FLORIST—Not the oldest nor the larg
est, but the VERY BEST IN TOWN. 1038
Hyde st. near Cal. PHONE FRANKLIN 2<«.
J. J. O'CONNOR. 2756 Mission st. bet. 231 and
24th: tel. Mission . r i9BB---Funeral work specialty.
SniBEI.EY MANN CO:, the leading florists, 1203
Sutter. Franklin 2004. Frank SMbetey, Mgr.
UNION FLORISTS, phone Market 32*5. Funeral
work a specialty. 301T 16th st. near Mission.
PARK FLORAL. 1437 Haight st.: phone Park
330—Cut flowers, plants, etc. R. Groves. Prop
PARK 363—Artistic floral designs specialty. CleU
& Jneobson, German florists. 012 Fillmore st.
H-eward. Near Emporium or on
ar. Monday, black velvet purse,
diamond rings, about *3 in silver;
ler can receive same by describing
for ad. 730 San Jos* ay.
LOST—On Market st., silver purse containing
keys and money; reward. Finder kindly return
32 Geary st.
LOST—A plain gold bracelet, either Saturday or
Sunday morning; initials "N. A."; reward.
Address 1231 Fulton at.
FOCND—White dog with brown spits; license
3200. (all WM. HOFMEISTEB, 1334 Stockton.
FOt'ND—Scotch collie dog, 1912 license. Call
at 4384 23d st.. or phone Mission 2344.
WVU)_n___^^
--AAAA—
Tel. West 1731. Home 52615.
T. TAMI'-RA _ CO.. 1«12 Laguna st.
Japanese-Chinese Employment Office.
AAA—DOUGLAS 3532. Home C46«0; best Jsp
anese, Chinese, Filipino lielp; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 41 <\ Grant ay.
C. D. KINNEY. Chinese employment bureau, sue
cessor to J. Conn, 7Ho Clay st. l'bone DougU
-3102.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
Continued .
ILL kinds of help furnished with care dispatch.
West 5688—-OSCAR HATSUMI--1513 Geary. '
ITAH Emp. office —Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 1010 Geary;.tel. West 167. 52706.
lORI A CO.—Best Japanese and Chinese help of
all kinds. 1711 Post St.; West 2803, S2SO3.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMALE
_ reliable woman has two more days to give for
house cleaning and washing: $1.50 and carfare;
very practical. Fov 4489. Call office.
COMPETENT, reliable, active and trustworthy
woman of hotel experience and references
wishes position as manager or working house
keeper-In apts., hotel or rooming house. Phone
Franklin 2215. apt. 300.
DRESSMAKER desires work by the day. Tel.
Market 3120.
JRADUATE nurse, German, wants confinement
cases; reasonable. Tel. Market 8823.
UIDDLE AGED lsdy wants position as house
keeper by the day." Address box 4282, Call.
REFINED lyoung lady stenographer, here from
I.os Angeles, with several years of general of
fice experience and some bookkeeping, rapid,
accurate, reliable, desires position, temporary
or permanent; references the best; salary rea
sonable. Box 4487. Call office.
RELIABLE woman wants situation for general
housework in family of adults; rood cook;
wages $25 to $30; carfare; do small wash.
Box 0085. Call office, Oakland.
STENOGRAPHER, energetic, rapid and of sev
eral years' experience, understands general of
fice work, seeks steady position: best of refer
ences. Address box 4251, Call office.
OTCATION WANT ADS IN THE CALL WILL
COST 10c FOR 4 LINES, FIGURING 7 WORDS
TO A LINE.
["RAINED nurse wishes a few more engagements.
Telephone Mission 4762.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
MAI.jE
IN educated Italian man, willing to put his hand
to any work, seeks post as general help In a
family; good references. Box 4265, Call office.
BAR TENDER. German, experienced, from St.
Louis, wants position to get a start, city or
country: does his porter work: wages Immate
rial. Address box 44,73. Call office.
3AR TENDER, experienced, steady and reliable,
age 27, can speak German; 5 years lv last
position; best of city references. Box 4286,
Call office.
BOOKKEEPING for small sets of accounts by
the month; expenses reduced by detecting leaks.
Box 4490, Call office,
3Y experienced (stock and bond salesman; must
have straight salary for first 30 days. Box
4481. Call office.
.'ARKTAKBR snd gardener wants position; mid
dle aged; understands orchard, vegetables and
general gardening: good local references. Ad
drass F. IL. 224 3d ft., room 17. P. F.
DRUGGIST, licentiate, speaking Italian and
French, wants relief work a few hours a day.
Box 4341, Call office.
FRENCHMAN, middle aged, wants position in
small hotel or boarding bouse at waiting, tend
ing bar or at housework. Box 1550. Call office.
KITCHEN butcher, German, would like position
in hotel or good restaurant, experienced from
the east in all branches, as well as over San
Francisco. Address box 4474. Call office.
MIDDLE AGED man wants situation in a small
hotel st waiting, tending bar, housework or as
night clerk. Box 1560. Call office.
PLUMBER desires some repair work or OTer
hanling; also gas and steam; can furnish ma
terial and tools: can save tou money. Tele
phone Mission 4750; will call.
PRACTICAL, all around machinist, familiar with
auto business: no objection to out of town. Ad
dress box 44.0, Call office.
POSITION wanted as night watchman; best
references. Phone or write A. E. HARRIS,
413 D st.. San Rafael. Cal.
3WISS-FRENCH. 36. very good family cook,
wants situation, private place: also do some
laundry and housework: neat, aober man; refer
ences. Box 4389, Call office.
STENOGRAPHER, large legal and office expe
rience. desires extra work or work evenings or
Sundays. Address P. O. box 671.
SITUATION WANTED ADS IN THE CALL
WILL COST 10c FOR 4 LINES, FIGURING
7 WORDS TO A LINE.
YOUNG Japanese boy wants a position to do
housework. 1304 Haight St.; phone Park 711.
YOUNG married man (Danish) would like to
have chrrge of place in valley or mountains;
handy with tools; understands farming and
dairy or would like to rent place on shares.
WM. WESTERGARD, Mount Hamilton road,
San Jose.
YOUNG man. 19 years old, would like a position
in a grocery store; good handwriter; spesks
Portuguese. L. B. GARCIA, P. O. box 324.
Crockett, Cal.
YOUNG couple would like to take charge of a
oreamerv or delicatessen business. Address J.
N.. 1700 V. Eddy st.
YOUNG Chinese boy wants to work In fsmllr;
$30 to $40 a month; age 17. Address 82* Clay st.
I _FEM ALE HELPMANJED^
COMPETENT, respectable woman under 35 for
cooking snd some housework: small family;
good wages and home; must have references.
Box 4340, Call office.
LADIES and girls to tint pillow tops at home; $<=
to $60 per dosen: experience unnecessary at
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS'N, 921
Broadway. Oakland, room 33; 10 to 4 p. m.
WANTED—Young ladles to train for nurses
paid while learning. Call 827 Brash st.
Oakland.
WANTED—GirI to do general housework' and
cooking: wages $30. Apply 3*lB 20th st. cor
ner Capp.
SET married—Thousands tired Jiving alone; a!
ages. Call or write Mrs. Hyde. 2677 Mission st,
GIRLS for laboratory of drug Arm. Box 4405.
Call office.
A.AA— Telephone operators. Permanent position;
for ail young women and girls.
Salaries from $1.10 to $3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per day paid while learning
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Stelnei
sts., San Francisco; telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from S
a. m. to 5 p. m.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING—The FAMOUS
PEAVY P. V. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALI
FORNIA SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 061
Market st.. second floor, near Empress theater
KNOX, 1305 Call bldg.—Suits, liens, attachment;
time checks cashed; debts collected everywhere.
MALE HELP WANTED
WAGOX BOYS: must be 16 years old: oppor
tunity for advancement. Apply superintend
ent's office, THE EMPORIUM.
EXPERT flgurers for inventory sheets; only
experienced parties need apply. Apply superin
tendent's office, THE EMPORIUM.
WANTED—Boys 15 years and over; good wages.
387 Pine st.
BOYS with bicycles; $1.50 day. Apply 1461
Polk st.
MAN to attend cigar stand; security required; 3
to learn cigar makinjr. good pay while learning,
experience unnecessary. 502 Washington St.,
room 54.
WANTED—Men to learn automobile business
throughout. If you are a mechanic of any
craft it is to your advantage. 1401 Folsom st.
FIRST CLASS office supply salesman; must nave
experience and references. SMITH BROS.,
472 13th st., Oakland.
WANTED—Steady man with $200; make good
wages; experience unnecessary. 320 Market
St., room 68.
PICTURE FRAME FITTER:" mast be expert.
XICOLL & CO., 230 Stockton st.
WANTED—Young men to learn truck and auto
mobile driving and care. 1841 Market st.
GET married—Thousand* tired living alone; all
ages. Call or write Mrs. Hyde, 3677 Mission st.
LEARN barber trade free; make mosey while
learning. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE, 145 3d st.
5,000 men wanted to (ret 5 cent shave and 10 cent
haircut. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE, 145 3d st.
I-EARN the barber trade In the only legitimate
colleges In the world; schools and shops In all
large cities; wages paid while learning; be
ware of places unfair to anion labor. MOLER
BARBER COLLEGE, 231 3d tt, Saa Franclaco.
~ , MALE HELP WANTED a.-""'
:/; _'*'_:'. _\ ?. _ I _ fc Continued _ : _-_ _______]~—'
BOY I -wanted; 16. -'S. E. FISHER & CO., 461
■ Bush st. , ■ . . ■
WANTED—Exclusive county representatives 1 for
i'__ new and wonderful ; product which sells to * all
'■';.-: families t and * business S concerns; :% constant f re-
S orders: this is lan unusual | opportunity 1 for ■ live,
_* energetic men to ; establish ; a permanent ' busi
:";" ness *. on very < small ■ capital ■' and ; where - large
'_% profits • can .*. be ; made. Address ; for appointment
.:'-;. box 4488;- Call office. ' . : y' -' '-■-•-' ■':."->' r -~_*
WANTED FOR iU.i S. ARMY—AbIe * bodied « un
married men between ages of 18 and 35; \ citizens
of United States fof good character and temper
ate ■ habits, who can j speak, J read and _ write '. the
English language. For Information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, r » 660 ■ Market ! St., San Francisco, .
Cal. r- ■■_:■-:-.:,■: : ;A ? . -':;■-- '.. : .-'•-- V'r:VW ■: -~"i : . _
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN and BRAKEMEN for
M nearby- railroads; | $80 .to $100 monthly; ■ age -18
Bto 35; I experience unnecessary; .no | strike: I pro
• i motion; £ engineer, conductor; > railroad? employ
■}': ing headquarters; f, over 400 • men sent 'to ■ posi-
H tions | monthly; s state , age; • send stamp. - RAIL
|j: WAY j ASSOCIATION, box 4101. Call office. V->
AUTOMOBILE ', driving I and : repairing. MOTOR
t- ; : ENGINEERING ■■ SCHOOLS. 57th and Adeline
*'.• sts.. Oakland. _.; .-" '-'■.:_■';■; _-!*-.■ :: -_________
___ SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
SALESMEN wanted; no experience required; earn
•>', while . you « learn. ?. '■ Write i (or ? aallt for list :of
■ positions open paying St.oon to $5,000 a year.
V NATIONAL SALESMEN'S TRAINING ASS'N.
4648 Phelan bulging. San Francisco. - v ' _
WE I want -at % once . high 'i grade experienced -*■ real
■ estate salesman | to) sell % Stanford I acres; ■ sells
' on ' easy monthly payments; liberal I commission
.. to salesmen. C. M. WOOSTER i CO., 303 The
ft lan : bldg.. S. F. .-.-.:-.■ ,;■:>■ ':____________
SOLICITOR, man of business ability, to t*ke half
<-; interest -In business: no i capital i required. = IN
VI DEPENDENT i CLEANING WORKS, 23-S Ffl
bert st., Oakland. •
RARBERS AND SrPPLIES___
A SURE WW«
THE BARKER BRACKET REVOLVING . POLE.
. ■;•- Runs 118 1 hours with I one I winding; *no « cost to
operate, i, and - never s: out s of * order; _ sold i under r a
guarantee on easy ". terms of $5 per month. '; Shops
completely furnished on small monthly payments.
\--X-r'r.->:i JAMES BARKER. INC.. : : > :
.. ■ . '- ..-.. '■.-■■.-.. ..,;■: ©4 Turk ,- et. : 'yv- .■■.--■•-''-•■■ ■-■•- ■_
WANTED to buy—A 5 2 or 4 chair shop where the
■:. band Is ,In need ,of. a I good band J and orchestra
?-;■ director; strictly i sober and am ; union '■ In all
; lines: those in need of me write. Address 8.,
.: 112 Main St., Petaluma, Cal. -"■ v __________
5 CHAIR SHOP in live town In Sacramento val-
| ley; best location in town: $30 rent; good leas";
■ I stand | thorough . Investigation; must sell: $400
|( cash will handle. FOSTER. 204 Westbank bldg,
WORKING partner wanted in up to date shop,
wholesale district; cheapest place to buy bar
'--■- ber .i furniture, :' on the i coast. 394 Hayes. ; Tel.
: Park 1242. ;; : '; . ":-:.:'■ .'. ; v" ■ :-;'.%■- ■=---';'
GOOD location for 4 chair shop, residential dis
trict. ' Inquire ' - ':
- -' JAMES BARKER, INC., - >v--t
.':-■•"?? ■-■■;•■ '■-•■■ M Turk st. ; . -'-':.. :..'-.
SOBER, steady, reliable ; barber of 8 years' con-
V stant , practice wants position tat moderate
S; wages. -. Address . BARBER, . "Enterprise i hotel.
Ii 1144 Market st. ..■'. '-.?;■" :.:■■:'-.-'-.. '■ .■■'■. ■■ '-••■■■'■■■-'•• —
FOR sale—2 Kohen hydraulic chair barber shop;
rent. $11 * monthly; j price. $150: 2 . chairs run-
I ning steady; -2 _ years' lease; free ; water and
light. i 64 South St.. ; Pullman. Richmond. ■
BARBER trade taught free; opportunity ;to
.-.«. make money while learning. Call or write
i'j INTERNATIONAL 3 BARBER - SCHOOL, 790
■v Howard st. ■ ■--~ \ '• - :,.. -- - ■■■;■-- "'.»-."' _-•••■ '.'■\_
-■,:;-.■->>"' FOR SALE
A 2 Koken hydraulic chair barber shop; rent
$15 monthly; 2 years* lease; free water and
gas. 5704 San Pablo ay.. : Oakland. ' -'.. ■'■'■_
BARBERS' i Union—Free emp. agency. R. H.
: BAKER, Sec., 066 Market: tel. Franklin SSS3.
4 CHAIR SHOP in strictly transient district, av
eraging $ISS week; rent $75; I lease: owner go
, ing away; sacrifice $800. FOSTER, 830 Market.
BARBER shop for sale or exchange for equity in !
; lot or land; 2 chairs and bath; value $u00;
"; terms. i Box 4492, Call office. •; .''-,. "i- '• -- :
D. If. S. is carefully prepared by a chemist and
ftsia sold by barber supply houses only. DU PONT
MFG. CO.. 453 Douglass st. > % ; -'
TRY "Olive brand" ■ shaving • soap " and see ■ how
; v much T easier > the razor cuts. BAUER'S. 59 j
O'Farrell st, ->;:.;*• .'■-/•:"-':"'- .;.--■ -• I■::.'- ■ ',-"■' ■■■.••■"-:'-;
Al BARBER wishes steady position, city or coun
. ;• try: city preferred. : Tel. West 7028, call for
;.obarber.\r----^<^w'"-:i:' : "V,'-' : '- '■ ■■ .-"■'•"■• , -■"-■"' "t'■'-■'-;■
FOUR chair shop, _3 1 chairs I steady, for sale; no
reasonable offer refused. Address box 22. Call
GOOD • barber wanted J steady, to .start today. •
'-:-:■'. Come • early to 081 Clay ;st.'.:.&:; -.:■■;-■" ,;■• <-.■-._•
FOR sale cheap—One 4 gal- • boiler, pole, - wash
•■--'.stand i and sign. S 1215 13th ay.. East Oakland,
MANICURE wishes position la first class place.
Address box 4467, Call office. ,'. . -- :; -.
BOOTBLACK stand for f sale; 3 J chairs; good
53 lease. Corner Sntter -■ and Divlsadero. **
BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre
v; tary. W. BARON, 775 Mkt.; tel. Kearny 5384.
WANTED—Good porter for a barber shop; I $12
per week. 572 Golden Gate a^ •*,
EXTRA BARBER wanted at 19 4th st.
LEARN barber trade free; make money ' while
learning. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st.
BARBER shop for sale; 4 chairs; fine opportu
t.; nity. 815 Pacific st. bet. Powell and Stockton.
FOR sale—2 chair shop: good location; cheap
rent: reasonable. 242 Clement st. - *■ - " '■-.;..■
BEST 3 chair shop in wholesale dlst.; long lease;
cheap ; rent. ;-, Call 437 Tehama st. . " : :-.
PORTER —Young fellow; must be good shiner.
V 381 < Eddy st. ■_■■~.-. .. :■--■ ->..- [::-:<_ \ ■:, : -_;..<;-
-$95 takes 2 chair barber shop. For information,
-- address ' 1706 Mission : St. - , v • % a •
BARBER—Position i wanted in - city or country.
■? Box 4403, -• Call office. v
__^nEjv^ir^RE^Tj^ro___
POST. 101, RM. 202—10 A. M. TO OP. M.: TUB,
\_ VAPOR. HERB. ELEC. BLANKET BATHS BY
I MY METHOD ELIMINATES POISON, THERE
FORE ALL PAINS; RHEUMATISM AND ALL
AILMENTS SCIENTIFICALLY TREATED;
SHAMPOO DANDRUFF CERE: MANICURING.
TRAINED NURSE ; GIVES COLON CLEANSING
FOR CONSTIPATION: 1 ELEC. TREATMENTS;
1 ELECTRIC I LIGHT I BATHS. , 406 * SITTER.
": RM. 417. 10 A. M. TO 8 P. M.. SUN. 10 TO 2.
GEO .;■. 1).,.,-, GILLESPIE. -> doctor V-. of -fi mechano
•;therapy, > electric therapy and chiropractic: spe- ;
cialist in drugless methods of treating nervous
and chronic diseases. Room 601, 323 Geary st.
GRADUATE nurse = gives elec. light, -„ salt . water
■-B3 and Nauhelm baths, ultra violet ray: treatment
:■_ for weakness. - UNION SQUARE BLDG., room
St 308 J (turn to right), . 350 i Post st. % Doug. 55*5.
BUSINESS FEBSONAL3
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print Ille
gitimate advertisements. If any reader can
furnish Information that any advertisement in
this column Is not legitimate, send it to The
Call In confidence, and If fonnd correct the ad
vertisement will be discontinued.
AA —MY wigs and toupee* defy detection: private
wig department for gentlemen. 2271 California
St.. Mr. Lederer in charge. Ladies' wigs, trans
formation switches. 1800 Fillmore st. Hair
goods guaranteed. Firm established 18864
NEWLY opened mass., manicure and chiropody
parlor. 832 Mkt. St., rm. 204, opp. Emporium;
hours 10 to 10.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few raor« engagements
for massage, manual or vibratory; Nauheim
bath. 626 Hyde .t. between Geary and Post
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN. vibratory and electric
specialist; rheumatism. Impaired circulation,
nervous trouble. 757 Pacific bldg.; hours 10 to 6.
MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
ment: Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. 315 O'Farrell at.. S. F.. office 5.
MISS JOHANSSON, grad. Swedish mas*.: genuine
massage. 1075 Gough st.; hrs. 12 S; Sun. L 2-8.
GRADUATE masseuse, foot specialist. 615 _-f_| B
St. near Hyde; hours 11 to 6.
MRS. MOORE, LBO7 Fillmore st.—Massage, face
and scalp treat.; manicuring; hours 10-0 daily.
CABIS'ET, vapor and tub baths for colds and
rheum.; elec. treats. 1114 Divisadero nr. Eildy
MISS F. RODGERS, late of Chicago, masseuse-
Scalp treatment. Room 301, 34 Ellis st.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face Mid scalp
treatments. 34 Ellis, rm. 310; hrs. 1.10 p. m .
GRADUATE masseuso, chiropodist. 1557 Wssb
lngtoa st. near Hyde. First class work only.
MRS. ANDREWS, professional nurse, masseuse;
physician's references. 725 Turk at.; hrs. 12-7.'
HOT salt water baths, alcohol, oil treatments
423 15th st.. Oakland. Private; no sign.
MRS. STEWART, mass.; elect, and vlb. treats
for rbeum. and nerves. 1122 Mkt. opp. 7th. r. 3.
CORTF.Z—Thermal baths, salt glow, elec. vib
915 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 208; hrs. U-Hh
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT
MENTS. 1065 MISSION ST., ROOM W.
TCB and steam baths: massage treatment* and
manicuring. 25 3d St., apt. C. near Market.
DRUGLESS METH.;"elec. light bath, alcohol, oil
with manlp. 1418 O'Farrell; 10-9; tel. W 8015.
A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS
All diseases cured: strictly confidential: con
sultation free; hours 10-8, Sundays 10-5 DBS
CHAN & CHAN HERB CO., 1010 Sutter it.
ETHEL GEARY, hath massage: hrs. Sun P* ,v
dally. 10 9. 407 Westbank bldg.. 880 Market!
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse; hrs. Sun. 12-5
-daily, 10-9, 40T Westbank bldg., 830 Market!
BUSINESS PERSONALS
-.'" ?'.'-". ; "f"C' *'- ':. Contlnw***! . - -- . _' —_
Bin-PHTIB. «<*•» ****. __1_ M _k__ i f__^m'^X.
cialty. 2022 Sutter; ph. till. 1711. new m gmt.
_____ >
F vg'i!s ,s;^.';r^"ej^_r__
GERMAN herb capsule tor women:' no <gK*tto«.
1524 Pacific; nv., Alameda, Bay station, - -
MASSAGE by trained nurse; refined patrons only.
1437 Buchanan st. Hours. 12 to 9.;- ': >
PERSON AI S
llTs. R. B. wishes to correspond with Z. M. A..
address ] Newport Beach, Cal. '-.
- ■ ■ ; • - - '" '
INFORMATION WANTED
RICHARD SCHAEFKB-loforn-atlcfl is desired as
to the < whereabouts <of ■:- Richard . Scbaefer.^ also
known vasl Roman- Kostschafer and. Bo»»»
Kostrrewa. who formerly Jived at No 1003
Teutonia ay.. Milwaukee. _? l^l_?'_£•--?'„' t
enlisted In Company K. First £_" n w ! °_
fantry. U. , S V.. as Richard *.__??___? was
a member of that company at - X '^i_ ™/l P 'lUo
sidlo. San i Francisco. Cal.. October "• £«»;
and went with that company to the PldUpo.no
. islands. Later *he is supposed to hate been *
mail carrier living at Manila. P. I. , "™««- un
cate any . information to Charley Heaven ex
: ecntor. No. 1121 Vliet at;;; Milwaukee. Wis..
U. s.-A-.-vj.;-- .-« ___-——-—-—--—___
373TiJIAl^Rn]^^
PARTIES wishing hi marry, call °*' write MRS.
. MILLARD. 820P Sutter: details -'<". "■ «■»'.
MARRY-Thousands tired living »D_P*V »> l ***" :
call or write MRS. HYDE. 26.. Mission St.
TLA I RYOT A NTS
»OT.G_ffi-AS®
THE ONLY AND ORIGINAL.
30 YEARS IN SAN FRANCISt 0. .
World's - greatest clairvoyant, . palmist, astrol
oger, - mental telepsthlst; t will cause t Mngsjto be
as you desire: - tells ; everything: dates. imP«Tt*«
information, all revealed: , health, luck, £«*£«•;
business, . mining, _ treasure. lawsuits. . eT JL I ?f I
enees. spells, weak habits, love troubles, and tells .1
full = name and , everything you wish to know, {
Hours 10 to 8. . - -
CONSULTATION FREE. _ _
--' -■'■-?-.'*■ 1144 MARKET ST. _ ■-• *
; FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
A—START the New Year right: know thy fu
ture; consult the MARVELOUS PRINCESS
ZORAIDA; she has no equal. Ella Wheeler
? Wilcox says: % "All interested In occult science
should see this gifted woman." She .tells your
name and exactly what yon called for positive
ly without asking you a question. Hundreds of
\W Fan Francisco's most prominent people have
called on I Zoralda and are convinced that, «he is
all that she is advertised to be; she has read
for the most renowned people. Special read
. ing : 50c. Hours 10 to 0. i Close t>unday. 1843
FILLMORE ST. near Sutter. -
AA— .■■•_ c PROF. J. E. SIAW -
r Genuine clairvoyant, ; true • and \ reliable, tells
full names, gives advice on lorn, marriage, di
vorce, business, patents, changes, deaths, wills,
deeds, removes evil influences; reunites separated.
Readings 50c. v. 25 Third st, next Hearst bide.
VERA MARSH
r Advice on business, family and love affairs. We.
BBS Market St. (opp. Empress theater). 10 to 5;
Sundays 10 to 1. ■.■■■ ____________________________
MISS ZEMDAR, young gifted clalr. and palmist:
-a wonderful prophetess: hours 10 to 10 : ladles
: 50c. gentlemen $1. 1106 Divlsadero near Turk.
ANNA DIAMOND, clalr.. palmist, card read.;
y full facts revealed. 1445 Fillmore; ph. W. 300.
mmm—m——mmm—mm——mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmm^—*——^mmm^m
.„jJ—„ sg^ISP^M
LOTTIE BCSWELL LElN—Readings and lessons
daily; circles every • night. 1350 Webster at.;
phone West 7061. -- : v
REV. CHARLOTTE E. KUNZ— Readings • dally;
f circle every night, 15c; tests to all. < 1482 Ellis
ASTROLOGY
MISS STARR, astro'oglst. reads your full life
scientifically. 555 Eddy st., Eagle apartments.
EDJXAJTJJIJfAL _ _,
THE GREGG SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND jj
■;.,:,., 508 Grant bldg.. Market at 7th.
~'i-._.v-;.:. Day—Phone Market 0025—-Night.
Bookkpg., , English, touch typing, I speed practice.
THEO. VAN DER STEGEN. translator of business
correspondence in all foreign languages: manu
-.-■-• scripts, plays written. - 251 Kearny, room 511
STAGE and latest ballroom dances daily. Am.
Forester ball, 172 G. Gate ay.: Juvenile class
Sat, aft.. Majestic hall. WYATT SISTERS
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression, oratory. £
after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt '
PIANO without exercises for beginners; $1 a les- ,
son. Westhaus Studio. 1324 Page; ph. Pk. 7532. '
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 Shattuck ay.,
; Berkeley. CaL. room 4, Wright block. .
SOMETHING FOR SOMETHING
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for one week in this column—yon to pay 2c for
each answer received —no answers, no pay.
Bring your adv. to THE CALL office, not more
than 30 words: It will be published one week
free. No letters mailed In the city.
All answers will be received and distributed
through THE CALL'S office. Third and Market,
or our Oakland office, 904 Broadway. Oakland.
For every letter In answer to your advertise
ment you are to pay THE CALL 2 centa. Your
adv. Is published one week.
THIS OFFER IS FOR MISCELLANEOUS AR
TICLES AND DOES NOT APPLY TO REAL ES
TATE EXCHANGES OR CASH TRANSAC
TIONS. NO BUSINESS FROM DEALERS
ACCEPTED.
$100 Mission style davenport. $25 doable barreled
shotgun, both like new, kerosene beater, kltch
en table, cooking utensils, lamps, tables and
glassware, exchange for phonograph. Jewelry
or encyclopedia. Box 6088. Call office, Oak
land.
OLIVER typewriter, new and used slightly; lat
est model No. 5 tabulator; back apaeer, with
complete accessories; value $100; will exchange
for pool table, piano, groceries or new clothing
order: make offer. Box 4165. Call office.
WILL exchange for groceries 2 historic news
papers, the Ulster County Gasette of January.
1800, value $25. and the S. F. Dally Times of
September, 1559, value $10. Address boat 4074,
Call office,
I HAVE a patent chimney complete, roof safe
and tile sparker braces and hose. Want Stan
lev plow plane, or what have you 7 Box 4356,
Call office.
WHAT have you to exchange for one general all
around purpose mare, 10 years old. harness
light wagon and runabout? Box 6027, Call
office. Oakland.
HAVE several useful articles for gentleman; will
exchange for first cl»ss overcoat, raglan or
raincoat, sise medium, or pay part cash. Box
4073, Call office.
JAPANESE color prints; have about TO. in good
condition; will exchange for hack numbers of
mall order or monthly papers or books dealing
with mall order business. Box 4178, Call.
1,500 pound auto truck, new condition, hardwood,
4 by 8 foot body and top. brass wind shield,
speedometer, headlights, for trade. What have
yon? Box 6024, Call office. Oakland. -
WILL exchange lettering, painting, paper bang
ing or carpenter work for ladies or gents'
clothing, carpenter's or plumbing tool-, city
lots or what have yon? Box 4195. Call office.
REGAL, underslung. 2 passenger car; only run
2.400 miles; to exchange for diamonds. Box
4144. Call office.
GOOD 4x5 camera with solo leather case to e_
change for Winchester pump gun. Box 4051.
Call office. *
1 HAVE a "Pneii" dressmaking form fit for any
figure: cost $13; exchange for article of forni
ture, jewelry, etc. Address box 4072. Call.
WILL trade Victor phonograph with records,
cheap pistol. 22 cal. repeater, and misses' loni;
coat for good bike or jewelry. Box 4180. Call.
EXCHANGE tan overcoat, tailor made, cost
$31.50, size about 36. for Waltham or Elgin
watch. Box 4152. Call office.
WILL exchange smoking jacket and postag
stnmps for anything: will also buy siualf stamp
collections. Box 4106. Call office.
WILL exchange for diamond ring of equal value
one N0.,3A Spt-eia] kodak, with case and out
fit: slightly used. Box 413.5. Call office.
IVER JOHNSON revolver, hammerless, 32 cali
ber; will exchange for Bristol steel fishing rod
and reel. Box 41C2, Call office.
WILL exchange new light gray snit. worn but
twice, size 3« for dark blue suit of equal
value. Pox 4469. Call office.
CAMERA. Celd glasses and talking machine to
L r v,- c i°r. f, _r niture or what have you? Box
608«, Call office.
WILL exchange Dickson's Memory Course, magic
tricks and illusions, or good vaudeville act.
What hare you? Box 6034, Call office, Oskland.
WILL exchange Meyer model, low pitch "C"
flute, with Ivory head and, 12 key/ for any
tblug musical. Rox 4071, Call office.
es^ a »?" concert, banjo, in first class" con -
dition for diamond ring; make of banjo. S. S.
steward, with leather case. Box 4285, Call.
DIAMOND BROOCH, value $150,
pin, value $00, to exchange for light roadster;
state year and make. Box 6030. Call, Oakland.
GOOD stock rabbits trade for laying bens; tw->
Box 603.,. Call office. Oakland.
T lll SSZLV raa , rble w ""°stand, complete: trade
for anything of equal value. Bo X 41.M. cton.
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