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IHE SAN fRANCISCO CALL AND POSI
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1. XV. KELLOGG. President and Pub.
JOHN D. SPR ECKELS, Vie* President
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
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Cal., as second class matter.
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Telephone Oakland 1083.
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Telephone Alameda 669.
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ASSOCIATED SAVINGS BANKS
BANK OF ITALY", southesst corner Mootgom
cry and Clay sts. (Market Street Branch
junction Market. Turk and Mason sts.i —
For the half year ending December 31. 1913,
a dividend has been declared at the rat*
of .our Mi per cent per annum on ill sav
ing, deposits, psyable on and after Friday
January 2. 1914. Dividends not called fot
are added to and bear the same rate of in
terest as the principal from January L 1914
Money deposited on ;r before January 1C
Will earn Interest from Jsnuarv 1. 1914
A PUDRINI. C^TENA. -FTesldenL
™ F - S ' "' ' VMEHIc AN BANK OF SAVINGS
(Savings Department), 108 Sutter st —Foi
l-Z., - vo,r en <Ha« December 31 1913 ,
dividend has been declared at the rate' ol
four (4i per cent per annum on all deposits
Kff >bl '? d •" er Frld, T' January 2
3J14. Dividends not called for are added t<
and bear the same rste of Interest as thi
principal from Janusrv 1, 1914
, A. LEG A LLET. President.
UI MBOLDT SAVINGS' BANK. 783 Msrket st'
near Fourth-For the half year ending De
cember 31 1913. a dividend has been deW.rec
~ "~ °f four. (4, per cent per aunuit
on an savings deposits, payable on and aftei
/ , January 2. 1914. Dividends no.
« l-d for are added to and bear the aam<
Irl'i J?"*!! " S? P rln <-'Pal from Janu
ar? 1. lt>l4. H. C. KLEVEBAHL. Cashier.
A*■ AMEKICAN BANK, southeast cor
rier Montgomery and Sacramento sts.—Foi
the half year ending December 31. 1913 i
dividend has been declared at the rate ot
roar (4i per cent per annum on all saving!
deposits, payable on and after Friday Jan
y.f jW not died for wll
be added to the principal and bear the sam<
rate of interest from January ] 1914
Monty deposited on or before Janusrv 10
1914. will earn interest from Janusrv 1
1914 A. SBAHBORO. Preaident
U r^ L .f * V ' Nr ' S BANK OF SAN FRAN
t?mJ m Ma rket *t. opposite Third—Fot
the half year ending December 31. 1913 a
Jlvldend bas been declared at the rate'ot
ronr 141 per cent per annum on all savings
deposits, payable on and after Friday. Janu
m4 i not called "for are
added to and bear the same rate of interest
as the principal from January 1. 1914
c. b. HOBSON. Cashier.
SAVINGS UNION BANK AND TRUST COM
,, Market st. at Grant ay. and O Far
si !!«? ~ !" > .^ ha: . f Z** r en,l lng December
ki. IHI3. a dividend has been declared on
savings iieposit* at the rate of four (4» per
cent per annum, payable on and after Fri
day January 2. 1014. a dividend not drawn
win r>e ad..cd to the deposit account, become
a part thereof and earn dividend from Jan
uary I, 1914. Money deposited 00 or before
January 10 1914, will earn interest frou,
January 1, 1914.
R- B. BURMISTER. Ca»hier.
rf '?„Ji? R !l AN SAVINGS AND LOAN So"
f. mio JI 1 *- < ir r , man B * nk ". ''26 California
M ; MISSION BRANCH, corner Mission and
21st sts RICHMOND DISTRICT BRANCH
corner Clement st. and 7th ay.; HAIGHT
STREET BRANCH, corner Haight and Bel-
JT'T, St ,o,; ror the n,lf T a r -ntHng Decern
her 81. tttt, , dividend bas been declared
• t the rate of four <4. per cent per annum
on all deposits, psyable on and after Fri
day. January 2. 1914. Dividends not called
tor are added to the deposit account and earn
dividends from January 1 1914
. GEO RGB'TOUR NY. Manager.
™? "I KERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SO
CIETI. corner Market. McAllister and Jones
•J".^r For J tb '. h,lf year en <l'ng December 31
1913. a dividend has been declared at the
rate of four (4) per cent per annum on all
deposits, payable on and after Friday
January 2. 1914. Dividends not drawt
will Le added to depositors' accounts
become a part thereof, and will earn divi
dend from January 1. 1914. Deposits mad*
on or before January 10. 1914, will draw
Interest from January L 1914.
R M. TOBIN". Secretary.
THE MISSION SAVINGS BANK. Valencli
and 16th sts.-For the half year VSSSI
December 81. 1913, dividends upon all de
posits st the rste of four (4) per cent nei
annum will be payable on and after Jannirj
S. 1914. Dividends not drawn are adder
to the deposit account and earn Interest
from January J 1914
JAS. ROLPH JP. . President.
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF
Junction of Market and O'Farrell sts. anl
for the haif year ending December 31 1913
ft dividend bas been declared at the rate 0 I
four >4) per cent per annum on all Saving)
Deposit*, payable on and after January *
1914. Dividend* not drawn will be added t<
the depositors' accounts and draw interest
Irom January 1, 1914.
__ > H VAN LT'VEN. Cashier.
DECIDE NOW TO ST! DV law and thus mak.
the first step toward a great and successful
business or professional career. RUSINEs*
MEN S LAW COLLEGE. Mills bldg ; phont
NO ODOR. SIMPLE.
Toe talk through fresh, dean, specially pre
s* r »d paper every time. Seeps moutbpiec«
free from objectionable odors from th. bresti
Free "*om Dnsease Germs
. PT ,"'^1 ,7 P"- IT * l Pp"t $1-25. including pa pel
■er 1,000 talks. Extra paper per box 2,001
ORDER BY TELEPHONE.
SANITARY APPLIANCES COMPANY
* eVcot.d „t.. S. F. Phone Douglas 2365.
LOST AND FOUND
. x 1 -Gold -earfp n. small diamond; valued as
keepsake; liberal reward. Hotel Manx.
LOST AND FOUND
KM ND- Lorgnette, vicinity 3d and Market
sts; owner can have same by Identifying and
paying for this card. CASHIER. The Call
LOST—A small purse. $30 in gold, a diamond,
rubr and signet ring; liberal reward. Return
to 809 Octavia st.
POUND and Impounded—Bay horse; biased
facf. Public |K>und, 2514 16th si.
I VL_ _
Of Motion Pictures—A new company for film
production Is now established In San Fran
rlsco to train actors for cinematography
work; amateurs of talent wanted; rehearsals
dally by the "Condor playera" at the studio,
$44 Ellis st.. 4tb floor: call In person If inter
ested: no phones answered; full course of
Instruction. $80. for all amateurs.
A—School of Lauguages; German. French.
Spsnish, Italian. Latin. Greek, each modern
language taught by native instructor. Trans
lations In and from any language; technical,
legal and medical translation*. Classes or
private Instruction in English or other
branches for ladles and gentlemen who** edu
cation has been neglected. Classes in Eng
lish for foreigners. 1032 Phelan building.
NO CHARGE IV NoT CURED.
Highest clas* reference*. FROF. W. E.
BASSETT. rooms 414 41.1. Well Fargo Nevada
National Rank building.
AA—HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGINEERING SCHOOL
Largest and most progressive school on
roast. 1215 Van Ness ay.
MARION WARDE DRAMATIC STUDIO; tie
cutlon. acting: practical stage training by
experienced professtuoals. 1112 Market st..
AA—SHORTHAND AND TYPING (legal and
commercial); INDIVIDUAL TRAINING
PITMAN STUDIO 522 Hearst bldg.
STAMMERING cured: no charge If not cured;
highest class refs. PROF. W. K. BASSETT.
rms. 414-415 Wells Fargo Nev. Nat. Bk. bid.
AA—Acting, slnglug. stage darning, songs,
sketches written; catalogue. Southern S. C.
Studio. 333 Haight st.
EXPERT, quick instruction. ail LATEST
DANCING. PROF HEINZ. 1514 Folk St.;
phone ETanklln 6037.
PRIVATE instruction In English. German,
French, by experienced lady teacher. 1778
CHINA and oil painting taught; hand painted
whist prises supplied. 138!) Golden Gate «t.
I RJNGNALDA NORMAL SCHOOL - 2"th year.
615 Stelner St.: telephone Market 7065.
Dancing—Ballroom, stage, classical. 1083 Oak.
Violin, piano, priv. or class les'us. Pk. 5231.
STAMMER? Method to cure explained FREE.
M. L. HATFIELD, 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
MME. MOROSINI. 1602 Sacramento—Dancing.
Tango, classic, ballroom, fancy; prtv. class.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
2531 Washington nr. Fillmore. Send for clr.
ART CLASS 915 Van Ness. rm. 306 (Onate)—
OH sketching, drawing, etc ; rapid progress.
STAMMER? Method tc cure explained FREE,
hi. L HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
K.'RI A CO.. 1711 Post st.: tel. West SMS,
J«:-sr>ese. Chinese employment office.
A REFINED young married lady would like
employment as chambermaid in city, so she
could live at home. Box 1698, Call office.
DRESSMAKER and tailoress want* work: re
models. 1214 Polk St. Phone Franklin ISSS.
GOOD woman wants housework from 4-6 hours
a day, where there is no Sunday work. Box
1796, Call office.
LADY, conscientious worker, desires to learn
good trade: state particulars. Box sfSO,
SEAMSTRESS desires position in linen room
of hotel. Box 1697. Call ..fftec.
TYPIST would like copy work to do at home;
reasonable. Address box 2000. Call office.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED ~"
_ _MA LE
ARCHITECT, engineer or any one having some
knowledge of concrete building construction,
hs* good opportunity to join In new. very
prosperous undertaking In concrete building
industry: must Invest $1,000 or more. Box
1801, Call office.
CARPENTER, expert Msjihlilii. will buiid
you anything and help you get money to
pay; city or country; plan* free: lowest
terms: city references. 539 Day st.
GOOD reliable young man wishes steady posi
tion In a private place as assistant gardener
or choreman; experienced with horses, poul
try and milking: sotier and not afraid of
work. Address room 357. Golden Eagle hotel,
253 Third st.. San Francisco.
MIDDLE AGED man of good habits would like
employment a* oxy acetylene welder; famil
iar with si! metals; automobile work a
specialty. Box 1698. Call office.
_JFE MALE HELPJWANTED^^
LEARN HAIR DRESSING—The famous
PEA VY (P. V.) SYSTEM; enroll now. CAL
IFORNIA SCHOOL OF HAIR DRESSING.
967 Market st., second Boor, near Empress
theater. Write for booklet.
LADfES and girls to tint pillow tops at bom*;
$6 per dos. and up: experience unnecesssry
stsrtlng. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS N. 927
Broadway, room 80, 10 to 4 p. m.. Oakland.
GERMAN WOMAN TO HELP IN RESTAU
RANT. CAMERON EMPIXJYMENT BU
REAU. 429 MONAD NOCK BLDG.
SEVERA IJirlght women wanted for high
grade financial work. Particulars box 1699.
$60 WARDROBE TRUNK, slightly used, just
like new. $27.50. 707 MUsion St.
MEDICAL massage taught; positions secured.
DR. REIDL, 2327 Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
SALESLADIES wanted—Apply GOLDEN GATE
CLOAK HOUSE. Market St. near Jones.
I ft*) UP: photoplays; experience unnecessary;
j instruction. W. Ph. Assn.. P. O. box 311.
; A YOUNG schoolgirl to assist in house; hours
4-7:30. Apply 1681 Osk st.
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED —High school hoys to take leases on
afternoon paper routes; a good opportunity
for right boys; a chance to conduct a busi
ness of your own. Apply Circulation Depart
ment. Call, 1540 Broadway. Oakland.
DO YOU WANT TO STOP PAYING RENT
AND OWN YOUR OWN HOME?
Listen! I cam do this for you anywhere In
California and on the Installment plan. Agents
wanted. GEO. F. HILTON. 785 Market St.,
2<>9 Humboldt Bank building. San Francisco.
I WILL start you earning $4 daily at home !n
spare time, silvering mirrors; no capital;
send for free Instructive booklet, giving plans
of operation. G. F. REDMOND, Dept. 97,
AAA—MOLKR'S BARBER COLLEGE—Moved
to our new borne, 718 Howard st. corner 3d
and Howard st*.; learn the barber trade and
be Independent; 8 weeks completes; wages
MEN and women to learn the barber trade,
special Inducements to next 5. INTERNA
TIONAL RARBER SCHOOL. 790 Howard st.
HETCH HETUHY will need many surveyors;
full course. 4 months. $100. VAN DER
NAILLEN. 1220 Washington st.. Oakland.
MEN. 18 to 35, become Railway .Mall Clerks.
$75 month. Apply for Information, box 1639.
MAKE $1 an hoar; clauses and by mall. S. F.
SHOW CARD SCHOOL 915 Van Ness ay.
AT "CLANCY'S." 1323 Mission. Shirts and un
dearwear 10c-15c. overalls 15c 2">c. shoes 25e-sl.
MINNICK HOTEL—Rooms with bath, lobby,
modern conveniences. $2 weekly. 345 3d st.
PAPER HANGERS wanted to take contract.
Phone Pacific 1329 lietween 6 and R p. m.
$6o WARDROBE TRUNK, slightly used, just
like new. $27.50. 707 Mission st.
i MEDICAL massage tsnght: positions secured,
j DR. REIDL. 2327 Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
LEARN barber trade; chance to make $10 wk.
while learning. Cal. Barber College. 145 3d.
MAN to learn automobile driving, repairing:
tuition $io—no more, no less. IMS Mission.
MALE HELP WANTED—Oakland
WANTED-Young men to learn telegraphy;
good salaries; every graduate employed. Par
ticulars, address TELEGRAPHY SCHOOL
806 12th st . Oakland.
SALESMEN AMD~ SOLICITORS
j WANTED 2 high class salesmen. Box 1902,
j Call office.
LAW and collection*: damage suits: [ Basils
I icfs. JALOBfc, Ul Utwa bldg., Sutler 515.
Tin: SAX FRANCISCO CALL AND POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1913
OAKI.AND OmCI, TUB CALL.
1540 HROAHWAY. I'HONF, OAKLAND 10S3.
MSN ~nd women to learn the barber trade;
was--* while Naming. NATIONAL IiAUBEK
Si'HOOU 473 9th st.. Oakland. Cat
SEELY'S glass mugs, -second hand porcelain,
harbor chairs and vibrators. cheaper than
yon ever saw them. 394 Hayes *t.
sua us roB bargains in shops, to*
WELL UKAI.TY CO.. Mg MARKET. K. 4.
OOOD barber wanted for Wednesday. Satur
day and Sunday. 67S Clay at.
WE FAY $30 A WEEK and expense* to men
with rig* to introduce poultry compound.
Year's contract. Imperial Mfg. Co.. Dept. 78,
AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES
Some Rare Bargains in
rebuilt cars. Don't miss
1912 Overland. 40; electric Heats.
1912 Chalmers Seirt Starter; beautifully
1912 Reo V; 5 passenger.
1012 Reo V Runabout.
1911 Reo. 5 passenger.
ALL REOS NKWI.Y PAINTED; REBUILT;
REO PACIFIC CO.
1622 28 VAN NESS NR. CALIFORNIA.
430 GOLDEN GATE
Tor high grade late model cars.
See our stock before buying.
PACIFIC ALTO EXCHANGE.
WE weld all broken auto parts, cast iron,
aluminum and steel, by the Ox-Acetylene
process. Alto auto machine work.
S. r. ALTO REPAIR CO.,
150 Valencia st.
AAA AWe pay cash for used cars. PACIFIC
AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE AND REPAIR
WORKS 430 Golden Gate ay.; tel. Franklin
WANTED for ca«b. roadster or B paw. auto;
will pay rip to $500 for a bargain. Call
apt. 112, King Edward apt*.
A. B. 0. AUTO SALES CO*., 34b" Golden Gate
ar.—We buy. sell or exchange and guaran
tee our second hand cars. Franklin 736.
$1,250 WILL buy $'-'.100 Roadster. electric
started and lighted; nearly new; monthly
payments. Box 1694. Call office.
SUV UN passenger touring car, electric started
and lighted; completely equipped; $1,250;
speak quick. Box 1695. Call office.
DELIVERY truck, three quarter ton: $1,000;
excellent condition; terms. Box 161*6. Call.
RADIATOR*!, lamps, hoods, tenders repaired.
I. A STERN REPAIR CO.. 715 Van Ness ay.
AUTO lamps and horns, sample line, felling
cheap. BOESCH LAMP 00., 1185 Mission.
ROBES —Complete Hue: prices right: 300 pat
terns. yU AST A SON. 325 Sanohex St.
TOURING car; bargain. R. SORENSEN.
painter. 484 31st ST.; phone Pacific 1329.
REBUILDING, painting, trimming, wheel re
pairing. LARKINS & CO.. 1610 Van Ness.
AAA A —Money loaned on automobiles; banking
rates: owners may arrange to use cars. C.
B. DERRICK. INC.. 611-13-15 Merchants'
Exchange bldg.. San Francisco; Douglas 1359.
WE will loan money on your auto; responsible
parties may continue use of machine. PA
CIFIC FUNDING CO.. 45 Kearny st.. r. 405.
BICYCLES and MOTORCYCLES
FOR new and 2d hand bicycles and motorcycle*
at the right prices pee A. ZIMMERLIN. ia3(l
G.G. a v.. agf for famous Dayton motorcycles.
A Singer Hewing machine stor». use,; machines
$4 and up: machines rented by week or mo.
13ns Fillmore: West 1935. R. HENDERSON.
SINGER machines sold and rented. 2664 Mis
sion st. bet. 22d and 23d: phone Mission 202.
AT FREEMAN'S—Greatest values In furniture
In San Francisco. Large stock; samples of
S rices: Dressers. $4; Folding Beds, (5;
lew Linoleum. 4<v up; lot Of Used Carpet.
23c; Btoves and Water Heaters, $5 up; other
bargain*. 1127 Sutter st.
AA—KING FURNITURE CO., 738 LARK IN
ST.. HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OF FUR
NITURE. RUGS. CARPETS. STOVES TO
SELECT FROM AT LOWEST PRICES.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer—Rebuilt typewrit
ers of all descriptions; expert repairing;
typewriters Inspected and rented; ribbons for
all machines; carbon papers and office sup
plies. 307 Rnsh St.: phone Douglas 4113.
A CHANCE to buy s $100 standard Reming
ton typewriter for $30. L. A M. ALEXAN
DER, agents L. C. Smith V:.v.bl« Typewrit
ers. 512 Market st.
SEND for our illustrated folders R.-fail dept.
Wholesale Typewriter Co.. 37 Montgomery st.
GIRARD PIANO CO. (third floor), 017-519 14th
ft., Oakland —Take elevator and save $100
on your piano or player piano; moderate,
terms; your old piano taken In exchange, full
value allowed; pianos rented $3 per month
up. Phone Oakland 4571.
STAKR and other pianos; l>est prices: easiest
terms; buy direct from the manufacturer.
WALTER S FIERCE CO.. Market. 14t±
and Church sis. Phone Market %404.
SACRIFICE—Baby grand; must sell liefor*
Jan. 1; no reasonable offer refused; phone
Prospect 1908. Box 1854, Call office.
PIANOS rented, $t per month up; no cartage;
rent applied. 37 Stockton st.
LADY sells $500 3 ped. np'f. piano $165; cast
or time. 3331 22d ur. Valencia: lower flat.
PIANOS for rent; no cartage. BYRON
MACZY. Gold Medal Pianos. 254 Stockton at
BEAUTIFUL new piano; very reasonable. 133S
Fifteenth ay., Sunset district.
FOR SALE —MISCELLANEOUS
LUMBER —New and 2d hand, plumbing sup
piles, complete house bills furnished; conn
try orders solicited. RAPID WRECKING
CO.. 115 Church st. Phone Market 8264.
FOR sale—New baby seal (vii length coat, and
ermine collarette and muff; good value; bar
gain. Address Box 1693. Call office.
ALL $2.50 hats. $1.50. POPULAR FRICB
HATTERS. 356 Kearny nr. Pine; open ergs.
GAS AND ELECTRIC Fix"Tl RES AT BOTTOM
PRICES: SEE OUR DISPLAY. 1148 MRK'T.
Ki.l.c. sins, names, cafeteria, pool, club, oys
ter grill: steam table cheap. 579 McAllister.
FOR SALE —MISCELLANEOUS
SECOND hand clothing bought and sold. 814
Broadway. Oakland: phone Lakeside 3278.
AAA—PAY positively from $2.50 to $8 for
gents' discarded clothing; also ladies' suit*
snd fancy dresses, etc. WM. MORRIS, 3461
Mission st.: phone Valencia 5095; will call.
PLATINUM. Remedial Ix>an Assn. pawn tickets,
diamonds and pearls bought. R. 808. 133 Geary
HIGHEST prices for cast off clothing. EHB
LICH. 1167 McAllister; pbone Tark 2633.
HIGHEST prices paid for gents' cut off
clothing. 1067 Howard st.
HIGHEST prices paid for cast off clothing.
2203 Mission; phone Vclencla 4892.
BEST prices paid; discarded clothing; ladles
snd gents. STRAUSS. 755 McAllister; Market
A hlg lino of second hand and slightly treed
registers at lowest prices.
New total adding Nationals, registering 6c
to $1.95. price $40; registering 5c to $'.95,
pr cc $55; terms $5 down. $5 per month.
THE NATIONAL GASH REGISTER CO..
1040 Market at. Phone Market 847.
Three nice light draft teams, l single driv
ing horse with buggy and harness, $70. with
MM; chunky gelding for single or double
light delivery: also 2 saddle horses. p, J.
oI.MO. IM ienrtntl st. near Market.
2D HANI* harness for sa!<-: pipe collars and
harness to order. D. HURTON. 1138 Mission.
LIST OF CASH PRIZES
To the persons sending in a true story detailing the most suc
cessful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $250.
To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most
successful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $100.
To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most
successful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $50.
To the person sending in a true story detailing the ni»xt most
successful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $25.
To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most
successful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $15.
To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most
successful use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be given $10.
To the persons sending in 10 other true stories detailing the
next most successful uses of CALL-POST "WANT ADS" will be
given $5 each.
Do You Want, One of These?
Here Is the Way to Get One
If you are one of the thousands that have derived benefits from
the use of CALL-POST "WANT ADS," write a letter relating the
circumstances and mail it to us. This will only take a few minutes
of your time and may secure you a cash prize of $250.
THE CALL-POST wants to know the best results ever obtained
through Its "Want Ad" oolnxmavs. For tiftsvt reasoa these cash prises are
otic-red. Send In your letter today.
Do not exnaTKrrnte, Be truthful, be exact, stick to the point, and
be prepared to bach up your letter with am affidavit subject to verifica
tion by this office.
No user of THE CALL-POST "WAST AD" COLUMNS Is barred from
this contest except members of THE CALL-POST STAFF and any mem
ber of the family of a CALL-POST EMPLOYE.
Do you want the first prise f You have equal opportunity with any
contestant. THERE ARE SIXTEEN PRIZES I
Think over results YOU have obtained and write us today of the
(rood fortune you have had by ADVERTISING IN THE "WANT AD"
COLUMNS OF THE < ALL-POST.
For any details or further information write to "THE WANT
AD CONTEST DEPARTMENT." care of THE CALL-POST
HORSES, HARNESS. WAGONS
CLIPPING done at reasonable prices; horses
for sale. 478 Valencia; phone Mkt. 3903.
W RNI SH ED AND UNFIJRXHHEP
AA —Valencia. 1526, nr. 26th—Sunny front rm..
clean, well kept, comf.; mod., cost.; rear.
BRYANT, 2785. nr. 20th—Nicely furn. sunny
back parlor; homelike, comf., b., mod.; reatf.
BUSH, 1746— 2 rooms, light and cosy; all
cony.; $12; bedroom In garden, $5.
CASTRO St.. 486. nr. 18th—Comf. sunny par
lor rm.; bath, etc.; no other roomers; mod
ern, convenient, reasonable.
CASTRO st., 744. nr. 21st—Frt. snnny larg*
comf. rm.; water, fireplace, ph.. b.; reas.
CALIFORNIA. 1568, nr. Polk—Front bay wlr
dow room; free phone: bath; gents preferreo.
CALIFORNIA St., 1571—Excellent rooms for
gents; continuously clean; middle flat.
CLEMENT. 648, and 6th av.—Furn rm. for
young man in private family. Tel Pac. 4975.
CAPP. 759. nr. 28d—Bunny parlor, neatly tare.
Closet, bath, etc; hskpg. if desired. Rear,
DIVISADERO. 1630. flat D—Nicely furn. large
sunny rooms; all conveniences; gents prefu.
ELLIS. 1692—Beautiful snnny nicely fnrn.
rooms; opp. Princess theater.
FULTON, 701 —Newly furn'd front bay window
room: every convenience; bachelor's flat.
FILBERT. 1159. nr. Hyde—Atop the city:
Sunny front clean furn. rooms; mod., reas.
FRANKLIN. 1537—Nicely furn. front rooms t n
private family; continuous hot water; phone.
GREFN st.. 1871—Large alcove room; open
fireplace, running water; all conveniences;
for two gentlemen.
GRoVE st,, 792—Sunny rooms In private fam
ily; phone; bath; $1.79 a week.
GEARY. 470 —Furnished room; electricity, gaa
and bath; sunny: reasonable.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 2070—Furnished rooms,
$16; unfurn.. $12. Inquire 707 McAllister.
HOTEL OCTAVIA, 539 Octavia nr. civic center.
Eleg fur. sunny rms., all cony.; $2.50 W. up.
HARRISON. 2901 A, cor. 25th—Large sunny
front nicely furn. bsy window rm.; opp.
park: homelike; $5 month.
HYDE st., 1082—Sunny, neatly furnished frcnt
room; running water; phone. Call before
11 a. m.
HOWARD. 2401*4. cor. 20th—Elegaatly furs,
frt. very sunny rms.; mdn. cony.; very reas.
JONES st.. near Pine—Nicely furnished front
bay window room; running water: every
convenience. Phone Prospect 2302.
JACKSON, 477 Nicely furn. room; use of
phone and bath: near 5 car lines.
LAPIDGE, 23, nr. 18th and Valencia- Beauti
ful front sunny neatly furn. well kept rooms;
LARGE attractive front rm. for man aad wife
or 2 men; bath, elec.: close In. West 4838.
LOMBARD. 2072—Nicely furn. sunny frt. rms~
half block Fillmore; block fair grounds; re»a
LARKIN. 1837—Sunny, newly furn. froat rm.,
suitable for two gentlemen. Frankl'n 4172.
LARKIN St., 2033—Large, sunny, bay window
rasa.] board If wanted; reas. Franklin 1530.
MISSION. 2032, nr. 10tb—Sunny outside rms.;
hot water and baths; phone; $2 per week.
NATOMA St., 523—2 furnished rooms; sunny;
O'FARRELL. 1166—Nicely furn. outside snJißy
rooms; $1.25 and $1.80 week: phone
O'FARRELL st.. 1274—Clean, sunay, single'
attic rms., $1.60 and $1.73 week; phoae;
O'FARRELL. 1705, cor. Fillmore—Bunny front
corner rooms; bath, else., phone; reasonable.
PINE, 1828—Heated room; all mod. cost j gent
pfd.; breakfast If desired; ph. Fill. 1622.
PINE SL, 1585—Large sunny rooms; continu
ously clean; very reasonable.
SAN JOSE. 335. nr. 25th—Beautiful sunny
front nicely furn rms.; bath and ssodaxa
STANYAN. 906, near G. G. park— Large frooT
rooms, bath, elec.; $2.50 weekly.
TREAT ay., 1218),. nr. 25th. opp. park-Larg~
frt. sunny comf. furn. rm.; b., ph.. gas; $l!
THE OCTAVIA, 889 Octarta—Elegantly sunny
furn. rms.; all cony.; walk, dlst.; $2 C-0
UN lON, 2233—8. w. room, suitable for tvZ
gents; separate beds; reas.; bd. If desire 1.
VALLEJO, 1155—Furnished front bay window
room in private family; bath; every cony.
VALENCIA. 1625. nr. 2«th—Sonny front, clegs*
well kept, comf. rms.; mod., cony.; r>va«!
WALLER, 1762. near O. G. park—Large well
furnished room in private family for gent"
phone; $10. MRS. G. 8. PIER '
24TH, 8377—00mf. nicely furn. rms.; prTvT
home; bath, etc.; near Valencia; reasonable!
24TH. 8344, cor. Bartlett—Frt. large comf."
sunny elegantly furn. rms.; mdn. coot. mas.
24TH. 4072, nr. Folsom—Sunny neatly furnT
comf. rm.; grate, elec., gas, bath, etc Cheap.
23D. 3323, nr. Mission—Bunny frt. comf. and
nicely furn. rms.: mdn. cony. Reasonable.
28TH. 3703, near Guerrero—A lady can and
nicely furn. rm.; homelike and congenial;
elderly lady preferred.
GBOVK, 818—8 n.cely fnrn.. well situs ted
rms. suite; fr. rms., bd,, hskpg; ruoena
always rented; $278.
CASTRO. 717-4 bias, from Bdwy.; 14 Ma
nicely furn. house, suitable for hskpg.; $300.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
BRYANT. 2783. nr. 2«th—Wen~7qsTpped rms?
for hkpg.; comf.. neatly fnrn. single: ress.
BI'SH. 1740—This Is the best offer In city for
light housekeeping; call and Inspect.
COLE. 639, near Haight—Sunny furn. house
keeping rooms. MRS. J. D. MILLER.
DIVISADERO, 1102. cor. Turk-A large bright
sunny room newly furn. for housekeeping
everything clean and modern; gaa stove
elect, lights; running water, bath, phone-'
must be seen to be appreciated; will make
low rent to desirable party (no sign).
EDDY St., 1264—2 front sunny hkpg rooms.
grate; also 2 rooms In rear; $12. W. 4568.
EDDY. 1239— Large sunny bskpg. rm.. with
running water; suitable for 1 or 2- reason
FILLMORE. 920—Fonr room modern flat st
suite of rooms; all conveniences.
FIFTEENTH St. 1651—Front snd back par
lors, connecting, for hskpg.; rent reasonable.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
FILLMORE at., 1443—Rooms. $0 per month
up; 4 rooms, partly furnished, private en
trance. suitable for business; reasonable.
OEAR V «t.. I*34—Furn. front housekeeping
room, $2.25 veekly, $8 monthly.
GREENWICH, 2177. nr. llllinore—Sunny comf.
furn. rms. in cottage; well equipped kitchen.
GOLDEN GATE, 029—Sunny hskpg. suites com
pletely fnrn.; hot. cold water: $2.50 up.
GUERRERO. 1475-Six room furnished flat;
GOIJ3EN GATE ay., 1160, Cor. Webster—3
room apt., sunny; steel range; gas free;
large rear porch.
HOWARD st., 2147—2 sunny bay window
rooms; completely furn.; bath, phone- $10;
single rooms $5 per mo. Phone Park' 5935.
HAVES, 818—Itasement rooms with kitchen
ette, sink, bath, phone; $8 month.
HAVES. 522—2 rms. for bskpg.. nicely furn..
gas and else., h. and c. water, bath; 2 blks.
trom civic center; No. 6 car passes door; $14.
JERSEY St., .'JBB, nr. 24th and Noe—Five
roomSjbath and all conveniences; $12.50.
LYON St., 1911—3 front sunny furn. basement
rms.. laundry and yard. $12 mo. rill. 2497.
MISSION, 29724. nr. 28th—Frt. sunny parlor;
mod. rms., single or cony. for hkpg.; reas.
NOE. 444—Fire room modern flat; coal tre
placea, hot "rater; large basement, garden.
O'FARREIJ,, 1521—Sonny outside hkpg.
room; phone, hath; reasonable.
O'FARRELL at., 1104—Nicely furnished 2 mi.
apt.. $18; large room, suitable 2 gents. $12;
PINK St.. 1726—0ne or two sunny bousekeep-
Ing rooms; convenient to four csr lines.
PAGE. 1649—2 connecting hskpg. rooms; bath,
phone; near panhandle: $12.
PAGE St.. 372--T-WO housekeeping rooms: wa
ter; free gas; nice gsrden and yard: $12.
SEVENTEENTH St.. 4089. nr. Mkt.—B. w.
frt. suite; well equip, kitchen, b.. ph.; $16.
VAN NESS. 1:115— For hkpg.; modern rooms,
suitable for couple; reas. rates. Frank. 2712.
UNION. 1776—Hskpg. room, with use of kitch
en; sunny front bedroom; $12.
WEBSTER St., 751- I,arge. snnny. front bay
window room, flrst floor; suit couple.
WALLER at., 1720, nr. park—Family apts.. 1-2
rooms, bath, separate kitchen. $2 week up;
laundry, Janitor service. Phone Park 3173.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
AT 1657 FILLMORE STREET.
FIVE blocks from Bdwy.; One. large rms. very
reasonable. 717 Castro St.. Oakland.
ROOMg AMP BOARD OFFERED
A—Phone Franklin 6617; new furnished sunny
room; beat; hot and cold water: home cook
ing board: congenial family: reasonable.
BROADWAY. 1759—Newly furn. rooms: excel
lent board; furnace heat: table board; refs.
CALIFORNIA. 2523—Sunny rms. and excellent
board for gentleman; reasonable table board.
CASTRO st. 579. nr. 18th—Large sunny frt.,
comf., neatly furn. room: suit. 2 gents;
board If desired; reasonable.
CHOICE, sunny room, running water, superior
table; refs.; 1948 Webster nr. California.
ELLIB. 1347— Congenial home In refined fam
ily, etc.; board; walk. dist. West 1042.
JACKSON. 1849—Rooms with or without bath;
heat, electricity, excel, board. Franklin 6376.
O'FARRELL. 1192—Connecting front and back
parlors; suitable for 3 or 4.
PINE St., 1114—Sunny rooms, Isrge or small;
water; home cooking; congenial young peo
PINE st., 1122—Well furnished rooms, with or
without board; also double; free phone.
I'IANO player. Inducements toward room and
board, to play from 7 to 8 p. m. 1114 Pine.
SUTTER St.. 875—Nicely furnished, sunny
rooms; excellent table. Phone Prospect 2247.
SUTTER St., 2064—2 or 8 front sunny rooms;
also single rooms; $8 up; excellent board.
BOA R D
OLD people snd Invalids can hare comfortable
home; nurse's care; month or Ufa member.
Ml E. 14th at.. Oakland.
~ NORTHERN APTS
880 PINE ST., bet Mason and Taylor—Com
pletely furn. 2-8-4 rm. apartments, finest In
city; steam heat; Janitor service; just opened.
De.co Motel Apartments
Cor. O'FARRELL and HYDE—2 rms. and bath,
completely furn'd; $35 mo. up; refs. required.
WANTED —First class rooming or apt. bouse,
about 80 or more rooms: good location; own.
era only. MR. HELPERIN. Washington htl.
Gates Hotel spts.. Fillmore cor. Geary—Strictly
mod.; 2 rms., $28: sin. rm.. prlv.bath. $15 up.
ST. DOMINIO APARTMENTS—I to 5 ROOMS;
FURNISHED: BUBH ST. AT JONES; REFS.
HOTEL NEWTON 382 9tb St.—2 room houae
keeping apts., $3.50 up; gas. inc.: walk dls.
Six story, fireproof, soundproof building. Jnst
completed; 2, 8 and 4 rooms and bachelor
apartments: every modern convenience, elegant
ly furnished, spacious lobby and billiard room;
2i blocks from Key Route and g. P. 1461 Alice
st.; phone lakeside 2975, Oakland.
TANNER apts., rooms, transient rooms. $12
month. 1628 Telegraph, Oakland. BELLE
4, 5 and >> room apartments: centrally lo
cated. Cor. 13th and Jackson sts., Oakland.
JUST completed; 3 room apartments; sleeping
porches; 2 blocks to Key Route and 3. P.;
$25; newly furnished. 2925 Wheeler et. near
FREE INFORMATION BUREAU. CALL,
WRITE OB PHONG FOR LISTS OF ROOMS
APTS., h'LATS, ETC. COOK KIMBALL
CO.. 930 HEARST BLDG THIRD AND
MARKET. PUONH KEARNY 1074.
FLATS TO LET
R_SJTJSHE D _
FURNISHED Hat to rent—Coelly fnni. 5 r. flat
on Russian hill, for winter; complete in
every wav; hot water: baby grand piano.
Call mornings. 184.'! Leavenworth at. nr.
Green. Franklin 827.1.
FURNISHED flat of 4 rooms. 359 15tu ay.,
Richmond District; no children.
4 ROOM flat, ground floor: partly furnished;
garden, marine view: $13 mo. 138 26th ay.
FLATS FOR SALE
BUSINESS compels me to sacrifice 6 room,
famished flat. Call 1908 Stelner st.
PACIFIC STATES HOTEL.
H6 California st. bet. Kearny and Montgom
ery; centrally located, downtown respectable
family hotel; modern, every convenience;
rates $3 week and up; Inspection Invited.
Jnst opened; ail outside rooms; modern;
walking distance; 93 up. 1668 Market it
HOTEL MARTINET, 1103 Geary st. cor. Van
Ness at. -Ron., $2 week up; suite, $4 week
up; cleanliness spec.; light hskpg. allowed.
HOTEL NEVADA, 823 Van Ness ay. nr. Eddy
—Sunny furn. rms.. $2 to $4 wit.; transient.
HOTEL GREEN—Just opened; all cony.; 50c a
day up, $2 a week up: transient. 237 3d st.
STRATTON, 570 O'Farrell—Hot. cold water; $2
week up. 60c day: trans.: walking distance.
HOTEL LERO V, 1548 Market St.—Just opened;
new, elegant, mod. and light; $2.50 wk. up.
THE Majestic, NW. cor. of Sutter and Gough
—An elegant, refined family hotel, with
faultless table and service; American plan.
TeL West 1525.
ROOMS AND BOARD—HOTELS
CRESCENT. The. 1801 'California at Franklin—
First class family hotel, large rooms, private
both, exeel't table; refs. MRS. A. R. BATES.
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
$5,500 —7 room new house; carpets down, in
cluding 3 room furn. bungalow In rear. 1020
Bth st. cor. Filbert, Oakland.
OAKLAND HOUSES FOR SALE
SEND of call for our printed catalogue. GEO.
W. AUSTIN, 1422 1124 Broadway, Oakland.
TO LEASE—A erackerjack business location in
growing city of 40,000; new building with
ground floor space of 50x90 and basement and
loft; will lease In part or as a whole; in
center of shopping district and ideal for
hardware, dry goods, furniture or market,
there being a fine opening for the latter in
particular- ready for occupancy February 1,
1914. Box 16112. Call office.
5 ROOM cottage, furnished, modern; 3 blocks
local, $16; 3 rooms, $10. 5715 Ninth St.,
Golden Gate, Oakland.
CITY REAL ESTATE
A bargain; 2 new, modern residences, S and 7
rooms, bath, garage, attics; hardwood floors,
furnsceß. etc.; 1337-43 3d ay. bet. Irving and
Parnassus: terms to suit. L. M. WEISMAN
at SON, 852 Pacific bid. Phone Douglas 3179.
110 MONTH and interest buys 4 rm. furn. cot
tage (Mission); bath, gas; $1,750. OWNER,
307 sth ay., Richmond District.
WILL sell my $600 lot for $300. $50 down, $10
month, in San Francisco. L. KIBLER. SQO
HAVE Standard Titta Insurance Company. Mills
bldg.. Insure your title; save time, save money.
$100 down. $2o bio., bays new cottage, f. r.
WEBB & CO.. 2577 Mission st. near 25th.
2 FLATS near Lake at.: total price $3,000.
JONES. 2231 Clement st.
THE FILLMOBB BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
AT 1607 FILLMORE STREET.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
One=Hallff of the Autos
Owned la California are owned by Farmers.
The farmer Is the
ftism Who Makes Money
During the hard times.
A few acres In tha
MT. DIABLO COUNTRY
Will start you right.
Later on buy more.
START NOW WHILE
PRICES ARE LOW
See our salesman.
R. No BURGESS CO.
734 Market St , 1538 Broadway,
San Frauclsco. Oakland.
Irrigated Farms to Suit
10, 20 or 40 acres. San Joaquin valley:
choice alfalfa and fruit land; inexhaustible
water; ludivlduai pump supply; deep, rich
soil; big crops; easy payments; free book
CURTIS A MASON.
1202 Chronicle buldg. San Francisco. Cal.
10 acres, cheap; good soil, plenty water: ;;ear
school; $950; $50 cash, $10 monthly.
ATTHOWE REALTY Co.. 625 Hearst bldg.
RANCHES and villa homes in Santa Clara
valley; choice bargains and Investments.
FREDERICK HEBARD & CO., Mayfieid,
PRUNES, hops and stock never a failure; no
Irrigation needed: write for list. G. I. REED
REALTY 00., 722 4th st.. Santa Rosa. Cal.
HORSES, HARNESS AND WAGONS.
A team weighing 2.200, extra good workers,
single and double; both fat and young: price
for both with harness, $125. 2636 Bryant
bet. -J4th and 25th.
FOR real bargains In rood lands. SONOMA
CO. LAND CO.. 223 4th St.. Santa Rosa.
MILL VALLEY REAL ESTATE
FOR MILL VALLEY BARGAINS SEB
WILL FALLEY. MILL VALLEY.
l _ —— i n wm sssj 11
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE
NEWARK—2S lots, average prices; close
property; S. P. shops-Key Route. Box 1917,
Call of See.
BARGAINS In Napa lands. Write W. B.
GRIFFITHS CO. for lists. Napa.
WRITE J. W. Horn Co., Petaiuma. Cal., for
free copy "Sonoma County Bargains."
IMPROVED and unimp. Gravensteln apple and
berry lands. W. Wldehase. Sebastopol. Cal.
ICARTN CO. REAL E STATE
FAIRFAX DEVELOPMENT CO. offers 3 up to
date properties, cheap; easy terms: modern
improvements. 110 Mkt. St.; Kearny 2380.
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
ROM Eg, ranches, acreage; exchange; price
Hat. WILSON BROS.. Santa Crua. Cal.
GOVERNMENT FARMS FREE—Our official
112 page book. "Vacant Government Lands."
describes every acre In every county In U.
S. How secured free. 1913 diagrams and
tables. All about irrigated farms. Price
25c postpaid. WEBB PUBLISHING CO.,
Dept. 29. St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—To hear from owner who bas good
farm for sale; send description and price.
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS AGENCY.
_ BUSINESS CHANCES
SALOON of O. R. Olsen. at 640 Stanyan St..
will be auctioned In Judge Graham's court,
Tuesday. December 30. at 10 o'clock a. in.
For Information sea M. J. HYNES, Public
Iff you really knew that
you could get into
Th<£ Ulgh C&SB3
and would only have to
work HONESTLY and
THREE MONTHS TO
ONE YEAR to make for
yourself A BUSINESS
paying you PERMA=
NENTLY from $200.00 to
wouldn't you consider it
simply and truly means
"LIFE in the ADDERS
AD"; it means LIFE and
a permanent income to
the man who goes into it
as a business=WATCH
in THE FERRY STA=
TIONS and iff you want
the "Key to the propo=
sition" come to our offffice
ANY SATURDAY from
9 A. M. to 2.30 P. M. and
"we'll hand you one."
You can't enter this
business with less than
$100 / ("real money");
Euowever. iff you are AN
MAN and interested, we
would be glad to go over
the matter with you.
437=438 Paciffic Bldg.
Ueadqusters mor. pic. theaters. vaudeville
houses; we buy and sell large lists of city,
country, towns; terms. 744 Paclflc bldf.
COUNTHT bsy town hotel and bar; clearing
$200 mo.; chance man. wife. 744 Pacific bid.
$2,500 —Mot. picture house, busy part Oakland;
clearing $300 per month. 744 Pacific bldg.
FOR sale, cheap—Comical and vaudeville songs,
the latest out. 744 Pacific bldg.
HIGH CI.ASS mov. picture bouse, clearing $350
mo.; best location, city. 744 Paclflc bldg.
$2,000— Moving picture bouse, city: fully equip
ped; 350 opera chairs; terms. 744 Pac. bldg.
FOR sale—sl,2oo mov. pic. house; 850 opera
chairs; clearing $200 mo.; guar. 744 Pac.bid.
FOR sale—Livery, coal business: est. 25 years;
Oakland; clearing $300 mo. 744 Paclflc bldg.
FOR sale—Planing mill, money maker; bis
bargain; want to refTre. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED—First class candy maker with
$1,500. 744 Pacific bldg.
F O R SALE
HOWARD st.. 740—Lodging bouse of 30 rms..
good sale; permanent and transient.
it nm«. nu. ■jassssssjs.
__PARTNERS w A f !IS2L^~
WANTED—2 partners with $5,000 cash, with
or without services; will stand rigid Investi
gation. Call at room 833. Monadnocfc bldg.
PARTNER wanted with $500 to go In fish and
chicken business at Eureka, CaL 1654 O'Far
rell St., LEEBROOM.
AAA—WE U)AN $10 or more on FURNITURE.
PI.VNOS, SALARIES, etc.. at REASONABLE
RATES: LONG TIME and EAST PAYMENTS.
You get the money on 2 HOURS' NOTICE.
$0.H5 weekly pays a $15 loau.
$1.35 weekly pays a $30 loan.
$1.65 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums in proportion. You pay monthly
if yen wish. It Is easy to borrow money from
us. No PUBLICITY, no DELAY. If you don't
place your loan with us we both lose money.
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO..
229 Monadnock bldg..
681 Market St. Second floor.
D. D. DRAKE.
Money on your salary without security;
best and most private terms; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 2(01. 048 Market:
room 18. 1225 Broadway. Oakland.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
I»an» on furniture, pianos, etc.; low rates:
private. 357 Pacific bldg., 4th and Market
Stst; phone Douglas 3265: Oakland office, 518
First National Bank bldg.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
securities: lowest rates; most reasonable
terms in the city; see others, then see me and
be convinced; I will save you money; (2
weekly repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029.
GEORGE W. MILLER, 3009 16th, SW. car.
Mission, r. 35.
WE LOAN MONEY To PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT: no Indorser:
confidential; no red tape methods: $1 a week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan. $3
week pays $45 loan, $4 week pays $60 loan.
(Tall and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST
MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan building.
(CYifVl!□ \f On your salary quick: cheapest
iVl!.<U>iN IE H rjUp ,. Tfcose dealing else
where especially invited. They will appreciate
the difference. FOX CO.. 625 Market, rm. 311.
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY,
Gold and Sliver Smiths,
29-35 Kearny St.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 I'ER GENT PER MO.
PAWN tickets, diamonds bought, highest val
ties. SCHUMAN. 133 Gesry St.. room 524.
OUR plan of advancing money to salaried peo
ple IS DIFFERENT; printed rate card tella
story. DYER BROS., 12 Geary, room 508.
WAGE earners, either men or women, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the
Employes' Credit Co.. 424 Monadnock bldg.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without
iudorscr. MORRELL. 507 Monadnock build
CASH advanced on salaries; no secur. 813 Mer
chants' Ex. or 508 Call bldg. Pb. Doug. 1411.
LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS, 6, 6V» or 7
per cent, flat or Installments. Call or write
O. E. BYANS. 2367 Mission St.. S. F.
for Ready Reference
JOHN R. RUOKSTELL. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Claus
Spreckels. (Call) bldg.; phone Kearny 4151.
AA—ADVICE raXa—All cases: Installments
accepted; so publicity; estates, damages, de
crees, bankruptcy: open evenings.
MC MARKET ST.. ROOM 719.
CORNER OTB AND MARKET US.
ALL cases handled by reliable attorney; those
small means welcome; pay when work is
done; advice free. 1112 Market St.. office 122. v
.ADVICE FRSE IN SACRXD CONFIDBNCE; Pj
family matters; I attorneys; all welcome.
LAW BUREAU. 1278 Market at.
HARRIS A HESS, attorneys at law. W. T.
HESS, notary public, room 709. Hearst bldg.
USE CALL-POST WANT ADS FOR RESULTS