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WELL PLEASED
WITH "THE CALL"
Everybody Satisfied With
the Pledges of the
Supervisors.
Missionites and Other Taxpay
ers Glad That the Zoo
Scheme Is Killed.
Half a Million Dollars Saved to the
City by the Energetic Work
Against the Plot.
While the advocates of the expenditure
of $400,000 of the people's money for a
tract of land for a park and zoological gar
den are working up fictitious indignation
meetings, on paper, and bogus petitions,
also on paper, those who believe in having
the substantial improvements first. ore
perfectly satisfied with the expression of
opinion of the various Supervisors.
The Mayor has said that he thought the
present time inopportune, the old Board
of Supervisors went on record as being op
posed to the scheme to unload a lot of
worthless property on the city at an ex
orbitant price, and now the new board
has also expressed itself, or a majority of
it has, as being against a'i increased taxa
tion for the purpose of establishing a
monKey-ranch in Squirrel Hollow. That
this expression on the part of the men
who make the tax levy is acceptable to
the taxpayers can be seen from the inter
views bad with men who are well known
and stand h igh in the community.
William Ede — The residents of the
Mission district were never in. favor of
the park and zoo scheme, and of course
we are all well pleased with the fact that
a majority of the members of the Board of
Supervisors will vote against it. I was
sure they would stand between the job
bers and the oeop'e wben they learned
the true situation. There are too many
places for our money just now to spend it
on parks, and the Supervisors are as well
aware of this fact as anybody else.
John Morton— l am well pleased
with tne mailer a* it now stands. I must
confess that for a lime it looked as if we
were to be indeed with a heavy tax levy
in order that certain land-boomers could
dispose of their property, but I always re
lied upon the sterling good sense of the
Supeiv.sors and was sure that when they
Knew how the matter stood they would
not be parties to the scheme. The Call
deserves the thanks of aii the taxpayers
for its noble fight.
Jiudsre D. J. Toohey— could
be out one outcome to ibis matter if the
Supervisors ioo_ the desires of the tax
payers into consideration, and they have
evidently done this. Vie are all well
pleased with the situation, and are es
pecially pleased wiih the fight The Call
has made for the people.
Daniel W. Kelly— l am glad tbat
we have boar 1 from the Supervisors in
this mntte*. It is an easy matter to get
up a petition with many names upon it,
but when it comes to having the tax-pay
ers sign a petition asking for increased
taxation that is another matter. The peo
ple of the Mission were not wanting a
park and zoo, and we are glati that we are
not going to get one.
Thomas ll. I. aw 911 Treat
avenne — 1 aumire ihe sDirit ol the edi
torial in The Call regarding tLe stand of
the other paters on ihe question of a park
and zoo. Let the other papers speak out,
so we will know where to find them.
There has never been a time when the
Mission needed a zoological garden, nor
have we ever asked for any such an insti
tution. We want good streets, not wild
animal?.
•J. 91. Thomas, -wholesale
dealer in paints and oils, I**
Vick-ibnrs street lne wn<le zoo
proposition is a irauu. It is .1 real-estate
deal. The people are with The Call, and
on next Monday, or when the board meets,
the fcheme will not get one vote.
T. C. Moijiher, Deputy County
Clerk: I hope The all will keep up
ihe fight until all danger is past. The
Mist-ion, to paraphrase a celebrated quo
tation, expects every Supervisor to do bis
duly, and that duty is to see to it that the
pub ie funds are not squandered on such
schemes as tho so-called zoo.
W. Uodge, 03« Valencia street:
I believe lue Supervisors who were liner- i
viewed in The Call will stand by their j
pledges. I consider the fight won. The
Call has saved the city half a million |
dollars.
IT WAS TOO COLD.
The Ex-Supervisors Disappointed
the Boomers in Squirrol Hollow.
The Supervisorial excursion to the
"Squirrel Hollow" park site which was
to take place yesterday alternoon from
the City Hall was a miscarriage. This
was no fault, however, of the management
committee of the "Mission Parle and
Zoological Association.*' That distin
guished body was there by its representa
tives, George D. Shaiburne, T. V. O'Brien
and Dr. Curtis G. Kenyon. The balance
oi the committee (ten) did not show up.
Four carriages with eight black horses
suitable for funeral purposes were there
with drivers adorned with stovepipe head
gear. The Hon. Thomas W. Rivers, ex-
Supervisor of the Twelfth Ward was, there
with his heavy overcoat thrown carelessly
over bis arm. lie was waiting lor his ex
as«ociates of the board that was.
Messrs. Shadburne, O'Brien and Dr.
Kenyon held a close corporation whisper
witn the honorable ex-Supeivisor. from
the Twelfth Ward, after which the quar
tet separated and made a careful but in
effectual search through the corridors of
the City Hall building for the other seven
ex-honorable gentlemen who bad prom
ised to take a drive to the proposed site at
the expense of the "Mission Park and
Zoological Garden Association." Failing
to find any of thete they were in search of
President Shadburne, and his assistant, T.
V. O'Brien, returned, and in the saddest of
tones informed the hackmen that their
services would not be required this after
noon.
Out in the Squirrel Hollow everything
had been put in the best possible shape for
the inspection of tbe distinguished body
that was expected, but that did not ma
terialize. The fences had all been white
washed and the gopher and squirrel holes
had been filled up with sand and. made to
10->k as natural as was possible. A distin
guished delegation of "boomeis" had
taken their place-- on the lee side of the
gum Lees, to shelter themselves from the
cold fog that had unwelcomeiy come in
through the ravine from tbe ocean.
Tins unwelcome visitor was just the re
verse of what the "boomers" wauled, as
it presented the home of the squirrels in
anything hut a favorable coloring. It was
cola and windy out there, and su it was
about tbe City Hall in th? sections where
the ex-Supervisors stood in shady corners
waiting the sad news that came later from
tbe Parrott building, when the Supreme
Court declined to review the findings of
Judge Wallace. T . ■
Alter waiting for two long hours for the
four carriages that were to brine the hon
orablr(?) ex-Supervisors the boomers be
came disheartened and dispersed.- *"-.-V
In an boor or so afterward th« festive
*quirreis md the eonners were in the pos
session of their natural homes and holes
undisturbed. The ."boomers" are sad.
New 1 11* Hi-mice Manager.
A change of considerable interest in busi
ness circles has occurred in the insurance
department of the firm of W*. Loaiz-i & Co.
This company has long oeea cstaDlisiicl in
the general commission ami exporting busi
ness, and recently took up tire insurance on a
largo scale under the direction of C. J. Stove!
ana J. Thebaud. The agreement by which
these gentlemen have conducted this depart
ment has recently been dbsolved and Edward
Ci'iime, late of the German-American Insur
ance Company, takes full control. Mr. The
baud will remain in the general business of
the firm.
> — * — •
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
AND HOTEL
J B Baxter, Los Angeles F A Kimh-U, Natl City
J D Peckner, NY s C Hughes. Berkeley
C A Mevens. Callstoga Miss V llowe.Mbls* olleg
Miss 31 James, Mas. Mis* s Morgan, Mills Col.'
X T T In aiisA-iv, -11 Jose J U Llu.-coiivt\v,StaCruz
M s«dgvlck, oa.la d EL! egg, Saratoga
G\V"Morga..,DiincanMUls de Re- nier. .sang -t
L L Heist er, Eri-, i'a Mri J II Laughlin, Mark
T V Collins, Va lt-io We-t
W W Foot**, OaKland Mrs H Brlggs, Alexander
J J Moor vtw, Lebanon T'l linrg'.'. Oakland
Mrs II M CaT, Lebanon E M - harp, Visalia
J L schwelaer, N V TFiiutJr. .San Juan
Dr a H McFar am, Idaho J sheker. Anderson, ltd
EAS w.uard, Idaho * rs J s Brown, Yr. K.i
Miss A M Smul'en. Cal Miss I Denny, Y'reka
J.Denny, Etna J l • l'ranw it. -**ta Barbara
J M iii kito. Kureka S 11 West, ill
F Meier, Si- d alia. Mo C << Jepsen. Los Angeles
B F Meyer, st Louis Miss Adams, Sacto
Miss V Meyer, st Louis Mis I, Adams, sacto
E U Meyer, St Louis MUs Hastiz, Selma '
Rl Jnies, St John J X King, tan Jose
J X Willis. Chicago T A Hook, san Diego
H R ole, Boston \V Gairard, Angels Camp
E J Low r y, Fresno W Cl'a-cerifcw, i.edwood
C W Fincti. Riverside W I- Slovali. lams
PBuhlman, NY •-'• Miss \V Davis, N V
BUSS HOUSE.
G FScheoller, Lassen . P P Bush, Denver ,-■ Y.--J-
Georee E Truax, Denver C X .-.beach Aw, s Claaa
Jas Ti yl-r <fe w, Salinas Mrs Koivar, Salinas
Miss E Jonts, Ander-on I Gray, Alameda
IA C Rowland, X York E X Thurber, Vacaville
I A Dickinson. Woollim! Jay Donalds n. Bos. on
G T Eodovltch. Sat to s\Y Ho.chkiss. Sacto
j A McPherson, Raymond J McKea& s, sisson
B Downing A w, Oregon L A Johnson. Vlsaila
J F Ward, Madera If N Barker. Angels <
; •' D Hansen, eh. co W Phkihoin i.osibirg
M I'.uih, Sacto A Herbert, Sacto
j W Smith. Menlo Fir* C E het.ie. - anta Clara
! Mrs i amernn. Coming J J Jameson & a-, Ohio
! W B Pless, Led! Mr-* Mc-te <& s, I.llnoll
L L Lincoln, --acto 11 11 Harlan, Colusa
J 1 Dartiv, Amertcus J J Men net. Kai.sat
B Merrill & w, Hollister U 1. McAbee, Bouider Cr
Harvey Boone, Bodle W J Hook A w. Sac o
W Ca r>b. oakla< d W Paisons, Calisto.a
\V C I ind-iav Windsor B Reynolds «£ xv, Denver
J E Ash ey <£ sr, Oregon A Ta.-lor it w, Nebraska
R Jam s. Port and John James, Portland
Mrs Jennings, Portland Uida Hice. Portland
Miss llanlon, Portland J Kizer. Portland
H C Kizer, Portland Eva Kizer, Portland
Mrs Jaiob»ou, Portland
PALACE HOTEL.
i O F-Bartle.t, Stanford J Spier*, w&c, S anford
J A Limbacb, Chicago A E EsKru-.e, (al
j B M Schwarz, York- F S John on Aw, S Rosa
Shire, Eng Dr E A . ripp, rail Lake
i M M Picken, Astoria -Mrs E A Trip, Salt Lake
W H Cunningham, s Lke R G Juli.z, i ortlan 1
T L Macleay. Portland Miss Macleay, Portland
C H L -wis, Portland 11 i' _ -.rami. Lancaster
W a King, Minneapolis It Graham, sacto
C >cl reiner, w A 2 dh, Sir A Mis Chestermau,
Texas Eng
Miss Chesterman. Fng J<' Beatty, Los Ang
O A Green, Montreal Mis* Green, Montreal
Mrs J C Beatiy, Los Ang Miss ' lapp, Montreal
Mrs Linton Montreal J. Kemnvance, London
i M Friend, Loudon J H Pa* ne, Chicago
i C R Mi ler, D -*- N P X Smith, Palo A.to
! " J Field. ...onterey *. has W Jones, 1 a'.o Alto
Jl- Me.ilein, {'a'o Alto C W (-ice, Boston
o P Jenkins, I'a'o Alto V* J Morse. A _
W E Hale, San Quentln P P Mies, 1.03 Ang
NEW WESTERN HOTEL
J Jacob), Ange s _ L Fink, st Louis
M Downey, Rio Vista D J Morgan, Pc alum a
A Johnson. TJ BN Miss Morgan, Petaluma
A Brook man <fc art, Cal S M Brad ey, -ac-.o
D M Hopkins, -acto O Freeman, San a Rosa
51 Con on, Modesto J J B-ow i. Salinas
Mrs B Bate* <fc dau, Cal E J shric'i, Mcx
L v Elliott, Kans W E Burke, Benicia
W S s-bielJ.-i, facto
FRESNO BASK 1.1. TEAM.
BB Thompson Frank ance
R Waggoner Bert Hayes
A J Brntain .. r Mon.oe
Bert Cardwell Van ..loin
BAKERSFIELD BASEBALL TEAM.
Charles Selua T Parley
W J Han. on Joe Saunders
R Ferguson 1. Hysin-zer
11 Sunday Steve Brodle
Ford Barrls Joe P.eynn
A A Cushman
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
O B Phelps. Bakersfield L Walker, Ventura
N Hickok, Fr a i • J Emery, r re-mo
J Taylor A w. Colusa J l<a ludo, M«*iced
E A Tri neon >, Fresno W Cranrgp A \v, Cal
MrsJDouuhtri..<tiii,Cal J Wadlel.h <fc f. Chicago
A 1 ugh. West Point II A Burr. Co.ua
E T Albert, Oakdale F * ymonck, Chlco
A Bell, Chico J O'Leary, Fresno
E G Macslratb, Rvde A J Boric, Seattle
J Smith & w,Bicnt»vood Miss McNamaia. Brentw
F Smith, Brentwood B Gray, Los Angeies
LSolinzky, Los Ang J I enthrotb A f, Cnh-igo
PPen:hroth<fcf,Chicago Miss D Sullivan, B ston
Miss J Sullivan. Boston J D Pelton. Chicago
BALDWIN HOTEL.
J Dassel. Sau Jose H Baldwin, S:orkto i
F Low, st Louis C J Di>weil. Mill Valley
C J Byxbee, Fresno J S Joseph. N V
A H Q.ig.ey. DC E ' • Norton, A s:or a
(i M King A w, UC J V I'hermer A w, X V
X W Aldis. X V J M Go d.\a er, Newman
J M .v allien Newman FE Bunker, Newman
L H New bert Cal F F - haroless. Phil..
\V X iicore, 111 Effie X Hext. C. lca.o
C Wathers, Chicago B Ho'ob. ( hi.-ago
<; C Fette. Kansas City F L Cla'fant, Kans City
S Mi>riiau«cca, Mofa Mi<s M Jones, Oakland
S Hill, El D. r^do Vv L G Cannon, Klondike
SAN FRANCISCO ••CALL.**
•BUSINESS OFFICE of the Ran Francisco Caii^
-710 Market street, open until lv; o'clock every
eight la the year.
BRANCH OFFICES-527 Montgomery Btreet,
corner Clay; open until 8:30 o'clock.
889 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
618 Larkln street: open until 9:39 o'clock.
BW. comer Sixteenth and Mission streels; opeo
■ntu 9 o'clock.
1241 Mission street: open until 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
167 Ninth street; open until 0:30 o'clock.
1605 Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
NW. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
ftnrets: ODen till 9 o'clock.
CHURCH NOTICES.
K^S= FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN
«*-*- Church, Golden Gate aye. acd Po: • st.—
Rev. M. M. Gibson. D. 1)., pa-tor. --ervires at 11
a. M and 7:30 p. m. Young Pc pie's services at
6:30 p. M. Subject for evenine: ".voth-rhood-
Its Putie,. Its tare;, Its Responsibilities." Cordial
welcome to all. i-eots free.
Kg" CALIFORNIA-STREET METHODIST
■»-*' Episcopal Church, corner California and
Rroderlck stree. Rev. J. W. Phelps - astor
Mornrng service, 11 e'e ock: >übjec*. -Heaven"
Evenlnz service, 7:45 o'c ock ; subject, --Hell."
Seats free. All Invited.
MEETING NOTICES.
I ir^S-* MISSION .LODGE NO. .169.- F. •*
«*-«--■' and A. M.-Called meeilii*-; ■ 'l HIS A
j (-SATURDAY) EVENING at 7:M)'_! V
1 o'clock. Third degree. Br order of ihe/V^
I xv * M * C. D. BU n KER, - ecretary.
! jifcsp CALIFORNIA i.OD NO. <9*_m>y«,
i «>"■-**' 1. 1.0.-'.F.-' ffl-ersand mem- .*3»!^«fr:
I bers are hereby notified to meet in : =^3^S —
j tbeir hall on SUNDAY, Sept. 19, at "^WWv^
1:30 p. m., to intend the funeral of our late
j brother, ADAM KOCH. P. J. MILLET, N. G.
i J. K. Williams, R. 8.
J JPS= KLONDIKE— ME .TING j-OROKGAN-
I *»-*"' Izing P 11. Petersen party, to leave in No-
I vember, will be held SATURDAY, 18th, at 4'J5
j T liiru enth.
SPKCIAL NOTICES.
j R^~s=* HAT TIE WARD .V AS GRANTED a
I «*-*' decree of dlvorcn from James Leonard
Ward, Judge Prather presiding. The grounds
•vere failure to supp >ri and cruelly. .
I£^s= JAMES 11. MOKRI-vSEY - HAS AP-
**-- * ? plied for a divorce from LILLIE MCR-
KISSL.Y' on tbegroui.d of misconduct.
fCSg> ROOMS PAPERED. $2 50: POINTING
»-*' on installment. HA ItTMA N, i; 39 Third st.
I^gr* THEY AKB CLOSING OUT DRKCS
| t*~* gi-ods. corsets, hosiery, underwear, bed-
spreads, towels üble-i ove-s, laces, embroidery,
linings, trimmlniis. veiliius. c c., very cheap at
Pioneer Dry Go. di Store, lt-6 Fifin si.
*y&* MRS. MIRANDA. GENUINE VAPOR I
»-»■*' baths, ll'i'2 Market St., room 31.
?Pss* MRS. Da FIsU. SBVi GEARY, ROOM 1:
<***' electrician: alcohol Tuck ish baths: unrivaled
St^S**- 1000 BUSINESS CARDS $1 SO. 25 VlS-
t*-***' iting cards 25c. Hl_L, 22% Geary s*.
fE^fer- LAD IKNAMS EJECTED * Oil *4.
I*-*' collet lions made: city or country. Paclflo
lollectlon Co.. 41 i Miui'.iry st.. room v: teL 61*110.
DIVIDEND NOTICKS
p-^g- DIVIDEND NOTICE— DIVIDEND NO.
iS-C 47 (thirty rents per share) of the Hutchin-
son Sugar Piantat on Com pa will Le payable at
-t ie office of the company, 32? J*iar_»t st., on and
af.er Monday.' September 20, 1897. Transfer
bo-jus wilt close Tuesday, >ep:embt-r . 14. 1897. at
8 o'clock F. M. K. H. eHELDijN, Secretary,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1897.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE,
\TKAT YOUNG ," GERMAN GIRL DESIRES
_\ situation as second girl or nurse or house-
wort*; Hiii>; reference. ML**** CULLEN. 3i;:S su-
ter su -
C MPETENT hWKUISH COOK WITH BKP-
er-*n c desires a situation. J. E. CIIOaETT &
CO., 816 *• litter »t-
GEBMAN HOI SEGIRL WISHES SITUA-
X Hon: good cook and houscworker: $15; refer-
ences. MRS. NORTON, .-16 Sutter st-
GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFPICI*— MBS.
I LAMRERT, 417 Powell st (el. Main 6332),
furnishes best h.-ln of all nationalities.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY Ot* EKPINKME T
wishes position in good l'*-o estant family;
seamstress ami assist nl h cbiluri-ii can make
herse generally useiul; $20 to *-J6. references.
S. D., box 74, Call.
T ADY WISHING AN ATTRACTIVE HOME '
J J witn rt fined icople would be wlllliic lo read j
alou I an I w rite for room and board; no objection |
to the suburbs. L. W., box i>9. Call.
EXPERIENCE NUBSEBYi GOVERNESS
desires position; English, music and i-rench; |
gi o.i seamstre s: references. Aodr^ss L. L. Call j
Ufßoe, OaKland.
},-Xl'E..IEN'< GOVERNESS TO YOUNO |
- children withes engagement; English, French
aim mv ie; *„v.el'eiit leferences. Address il M.,
Call Uffire, Oi.k.and
ri ERMAN WANTS WASHIN'* OR WORK
IT by the d.iy. 10 Alaska pla c, loot Mason at
CIOOD -sEAMSI'Rh.SS; 60c A DAY. WITH 3
1 meals* MRS. CUItDELL, 1024*^ larkln St.
IDDLE-AOl-jn LADY, WITH CHILD 12
i'l years: light housework or Housekeeper; home
more t.ian wag. s. lu3l .Natoma s .
GERMAN, AGED 15 YEAH**-, WISHES PO-
si lon to lake care of children. Add. 30 Un 02..
HOUSEKEEPER FOR WIUOWER. APPLY"
room 43, Dillsdale, 3.1 >lx.h st.
Ur ANTE BY GIRL, WITH FIRST-CLASS
»» references, to do general housework in pri-
vate American family, l all or address 411) Minna.
yiKST-OLASS DItE**SMAKER PROM CHI.
£ cago wishes wor-c In families: 92 a day. 1118
Leav,* ii wor.h si..
YOUNG WIDOW DK6IIUSS POSITION AS
X housekeeper in widower's horns. Call at 12tf
four h St., room 2., second floor.
VKAT DANISH GIBL RECENTLY AR-
li lived, wants light upstair.-l work: good seam-
stress cali <r address M1i.1.1-Jl., 219 Geary st.
SWEDISH GIRL WOULD LlKn. SITUATIO-*
Oas cook in restaurant or nam boarulnx-house;
city or country. App y 20/ Montgomery aye-
VOU.MJ WIDOW, JUI FRviM THE EAST,
X. w shes situation as housekeeper; city or cou
irj . itUO Tur^ si., room 3.
\\' A.MED— SITUATION AS COOK BY COM-
'» potent girl; city reference; wages $20 118
Eddy st. • -
\\r IDOW WANTS A PLACE TO COOK IN
'» mining camp or will go on ranch as house-
keeper. Room ii, lib sixth st.
U.i Ji.-S WISHES A sli UATION TO IAKr-J
*» care of chlldreu and do sewing. Address 30
maid su
YOUNG Gli L, 108 GENERAL HOUSE-
X work; no washing; n*a>,es *15. 1909 Vallejo.
SEaMsTREsS, NEAT, QUICK sEWEK,
O wishes engagements out by ihe day; term* 81.
Address M., oox 45, Call Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS
cook and laundress, or general housework;
city or country ; references. c 67 Polsom st.
yiT'.Mi GIRL, IihKJIAX, WOULD LIKE a
-L housekeepers position: widower's home or
JoJgiux-houe preferred. 2J7 Post si., room 8.
"V". UNO FRENCH WIDOW WANTS A
J- ho., eiceeper's posi io:i: l-o objection to coun-
try. 371/4. Geary si., room 21,*s-*coud fl .or.
ORES-MAKER; GOOD FITTER; STYLISH
drapir and dengner th.*r>.uKh dressma-ter
by day. MI S WAR WICK. 860 Geary at.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER IN LODG-
ing-house or widower's home. 41 Eddy St.,
room 1 ii.
VOIIXO WIDOW WISHES HOUsEKEEP-
X ci's poslticn. 121 Montgomery st., room 8.
SPANISH WIDOW FKOM CUBA WISHES
O po^ilio.l as housekeeper for bachelor i r elder.
gentleman. Apply 90t> Market, rm. -.2, afternoon.
I >> FINED, RESPECT -BLE, MIDDLE-AGED
Xt woman dcs res position as housekeeper in
small lamily oriatvof cniidren; to respectab'e
parties only. Addresi ii. G., box 29, tbl*. iffi-.*e.
"V-OUNO GIRL STRANGER, DKSIIES A
1. houtekeep-r's 1 lace: country ho.el or widow-
er's home pieferred. Rm. 24, 906 Market, 2d floor.
youAG <iIKL Wantsa HOUSEKEEPER'S
J-pLre: hotel or wilowei's home preferred.
36*- •> deary, room 15, second floor.
IV" ANTED— BY BE- PEC TABLE YOUNG
»' girl p-isition as lady.*, comp.imon 111 good
home. Y. W. C. A.. 1221 o'Farreu s(-
X ESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WOULD
like .-Lua'.lon i.m housekeeper; widower's fam-
ily preferred. n.73Vi* Market st.
A NY WIDOWER WISHING AN INTELLI-
-2\ gem lady as housekeeper call at 729 Pine su
yoUSO RUSSIAN LADY OF GOOD FAMILY
J. wants place as housekeeper; no objection to
country; hotel or widowei's home preferred.
Boom 2. 2 .3 lost st
VO 0 N WIDOW WIsHKS HOU-EKEEP-
X ci's tosltlon. '.all 203 a 1 owell st., room 1.
Xi BEN Cll GIRL WISHES POSITION TO DO
£ upstairs work and take care of children; can
speak only Fiencn. Call '.'221/2 i-ourth st.
VIED BY A YOI NG WOMAN A POsI-
-11 lion to do general housework*, call early. 113
Bernard ■*.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONEf>, WATCH*
es, jewelry.seaisklns. Uncle Harris, 15 Grantav
yul'NO WOMAN WISHES SITUATION AS
a*, chambermaid or waitress; city or country,
Please call 1 Martha place, city.
yOU.NU GERMAN GIRL NOT LONG IN
X countrr, wishes a sl uatlon for upstairs work.
731 Turk.
VASTER.**, WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
XL as cook or general housework; will do wash-
ing. 230 Minna st.
GOOD TYPE-SETTER WISHES A I'OSl-
tion. Please call or address 1140 a Howard.
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES WORK BY THE
if day: plain washing and Ironing: houseclean-
ing; help people move. 1381 i- niton st.
L^IRsT-i LASB COOKS AND GENEBaL
£ housework girls, waitresses aid chambermaids
wish positions in ciiy In private iamilles or hotels,
at the German Emp oyment Ollice. 45 Third si.
"yOUNG WIDOW I-ESIU *.s GENTLEMEN'S
X mending. Call 105 Stockton a: , room 40.
"YOUNG WIDOW WISHES SITUATION AS
J. housekeeper for wld. wer. Call after 11 a k.,
995 Market si., room 12, second floor
DRESSMAKER FROM THE EAST Dr SIRES
day work: terms 9 3 ami lornish aeamstiess:
sattsfi ctlmi guarantee.!. Address or call, MISS
SCHILi 'L, V 221 O'Fanell st.
yoU.NG GIRL (GERMAN) WOULD LIKE TO
X secure a permanent housekerpei's place; no
oij->ction to snort distance tn ci un ry. Room 11,
•22a Post s .
YOUNG WIDOW WISHES A SITUATION AS
housekeeper or widower's home. 120 Eddy
su. room 1. .
YOUNG PARISIAN WIDOW. THOROUGHLY
X experienced, wantsa housekeeper's place, sum-
mer retort or widower's home preferred. Rooms
10 and 11, 122 Post st-
I sjts FOURTH, ROOM 23, SECOND FLOOR —
x.ti.\) Youug widow wants a situation as house-
keeper for widower.
s. I - LARKIN — BRANCH OFFICE; OF THE
\) 1 J CALL notions and nans ails taken.
SITUATIONS WA>'TEI>-3IALE.
CHINESE it lAN 1 sl.; EsT'D 20 YEARS:
help:tel.minn 19K7 P.RA DLEY a CM. .040 Clay
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU*. RE-
liable help. 709i>cnrysL Tel. Sutter 2126.
I IUNTEII A tin.. CH I N KSE AND JAPANESE
11 emp. ollic-M. 61 41/0 California st.. iel. main 231.
nHI\KBK AND JAPANE E EMPLOYMENT
V_/ ollice; best help. 414% O'Fnrreil. Tel E. 4*. (i.
rpHK GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 45
I Third st —cooks, waitresses, chambermaids,
housekeepers, etc.
STEADY SOBER INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG
man, understands care of hor-.es aid -garden
willing to do any kind of work: references. WIL-
LIAM. 266 Minna st.
ALL- ROUND BLA* KSMITH (MARRIED
manl wants stead * job; city or country. Ad-
dress Blacksmith, box 3.1. CalL '
. OOD GERMAN COOK AND ME ATI UTTER;
' ' city or conniry. Address 107 Eighth at. • '
MONEY LOANED UN DIAMONDS, WATCH-
es, jewelry.seaisklns. Uncle Harris, 15 Grantav
YOUNG GENTLEMAN DESIRES EMPL'jY'-
X ment: speaks fluently and corresponds iv four
languages. G. B. X , box 91. call.
UIET YOUNO MAN WISHES SITUATION:
used to horses, garden work. SITUATION:
Is used to horse t, garden work. Call at 1607
California st.
THIRST-CLASS machinist, DIE AND tool
£ maker wants a position. M. D. T.. box 64, Ca11.
"YOUNG MAN wants place IN PRIVATE
X family to do choiei, gardening, care of hoises,
c.c. D. Z., box 117, Call Office. V
FTTPATION-s Tr.\XTET»-<'-""t-i*i.<.
STEADY YOUNG GeRMAN WlSlit-.S ANY
Kind of work; exper.enced driver: gcod city
reference. . Apply 1243 .Mission st
MAN AND WIFE WITHOUT CHILDREN
wou d like position on dairy or farm. App y
131 Montgomery.
/•I P. LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
•*-.*' ALL subscriptions and want ads taken.
TVANTED— BY STEADY YOUNG MAN, A
'I situation as salesman In a country general
merchandise store; best of references. Address
It., box 4, Call office. ■ .
TO HOTELMEN — A SITUATION BY' A
well-experiences! bead waiter or steward: also
we.l a Die as manager; very best of references.
Address M. A., box 143, Call Office.
\V ANTED— SITU \TION A-** SIEWARD BY
• » first-class restLuran man; finest reference.
Address G. •;.. «a O B Ho-.vanl st
IU-..-I „.. j.U>.s>, -14 I HIRD ST.. NR.
'I Market; 200 rooms -.5c 10 *1 60 per nlgbi:
f 1 60 10 $6 per week; convenlen: and respectable;
line MM and iiarga'.'ff 10 an I trom let* l»rry.
HELP TVANTEO-FEMALE.
HOTEL COOK, $35 AND INCREASE: TWO
cooks, resor und l.oardmg-honse. $25 and
$30; w;iiress, country hotel, $2U: ranch cook.
$2.i: 4 cooks, German style, $26; tuir.-e and seam-
stress, $25; I r.*i.ch noise and second gir, :,2).
and a large number of • Iris for cookln and house-
work iv city and country. J. F. CBOSETi A
CO.. 316 Sutterst.
/'IRL For COOKING AND HOUSEWORK.
»J small American tamily across the bay, $26;
s»e party hero 111 10 to-day. J. F. CRosETT tfc
CO., 316 Suiter st.
KA NCH COOK, $20: LAUNDRESS, $30; -EC-
ond girl, same house, $26: >l. Helena $20 an .
other towns: 12 housework girls, city and country,
$20 aid $25; 8 young girls, assist, $10 to $15.
MISS CULLE .\, 3'^3 J* utter st
1/-RENCI* NURSE; CHILU4 YEARS; $20.
£ MISS CULLEN', 323 sutterst
ATURSE; SLEEP HOME; $15. MISS CUL-
iT LEN, 323 cutter st
TVJ" EAT YOUNG GIRL; $10. Mlt*B CULLEN,
XT 323 Sutter st.
SECOND GIRL, $25; 3 SECOND GIRLS, $20
each. MISS c ULLEN. 323 Sutter st.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER $25: FARE
paid. Ml*>s CULLi-.N, 323 Sutter si. •;>., .
TVOMAN WITH A CHI.D. $10: CALA-
't v ras County, ills- CULt-EN, 323 Suiter
VTFJAT GERMAN GIRL, $15. MISS CULLEN,
-Li 323 Sutttr st.
CHAMBERMAID, COUNTRY. $16; FTRST-
Class hotel. Miss CULLEN, 323 Sutter St.
"VJEAT SECOND GIRL, 815; COUNTRY.
XT Miss CULLEN, 323 .-v iter St.
WAITRESS, COUNTRY HOTEL, $20: WAIT,
ress for Re-iwood City, $15: cha.ubermaid.
city, $ 5; second girl, $.0; i nurse and sleep
home, $18, «10: woman tor ii. sli u.ivii, $25; Ger-
man woman to assist i.i Kitchen, $18 and sleep
home. C. R. HANSEN <fe CO., 108 Geary st.
Giirl for Housework, Oakland, $20;
I girl to assist, Alameda, $15, see party here:
g.rl for San Rafael, *15. see party here: gin for
housework. Monterey, see 1 arty here; 10 girls,
housewor •, $20, $25; 1 . gir s o assist, $12, $15.
C. K. HANSEN a CO.. 108 Gear. si.
T RON for -t AM LAUNDRY. CITY;
X s. cond girl for ins Ituiion, cltv. $25, and seen
home; second girl, $20. C. R. HANSEN A CO.",
108 Geary st /
r-JRL, VAN NESS AYE, $26: (ILL, ALA.
*-* meda, $25: girl, Jackson s. , $25: girl, Eddy,
$25; glri. Gougu, $20; girl, Harrison, $23: uirf
Page, $20: sir., Broderick, $2u; girl, Post, $20:
girl. Union, $10: girl. Washington, $2o; girl,
Hush, $;(>; girl, Laikln, $20: girl, . Ills, $-20: girl,
Fulton, $20; girl. Central aye., $20; gin. Pierce,
$.0 gr, sco.t. $20; gtil, ihirleentn. $20; g.rl,
Fresno. 820. MARTIN Jt CO., Market st.
Girl, Harrison. $15: GiRL, SEIO\D
aye. , $15: girl, Gca.j , $15; gir., Sutter, $15;
-.lrl. Pacific, $15: gir., r.llis. $15: girl, Turk, $15;
girl, California, $15; girl. Laguna. $15: girl, ./«-
vUadero, $15; girl, Healdsburg. $15; girl, fost
$15: girl. Mission, $15. MARTIN A CO., 749
Market st.
Waitress, ALAMED $16 AND ROOM:
tt waitress, restau ant. $3 a week: waitress,
city hotel. $ 0 and room; luuch and dinner wait-
ress, $3 a week; 2 young girls, assist waiting. $10
ai.d 100 m. M.kßTl.x A Co., 749 MarKet st.
pHAMKEHMAID, WAIT SOME. CITY, $20
v,' and room: chamb-rmaii, wan one m-al, $15
and room. MaRTiN <fc CO., 749 Markei St.
COOK, ALAMEDA, $25: COOK. CITY RES-
\J taurant, $5 a week; cook, city, $25. MaK-
T IN ifc . O , 7*9 Market st.
n SECOND GIRL-*, CITY. $20; MOTHER AND
— daughter, Berkeley, $30. MARTIN * Co.,
749 .Varke: st. \ fY-fY'.
L'ANCY IRONER, OAKLIND, $25 AND
X found. MAr.TIN A CO., 749 Market st
SEVERAL IRONER-, CITY. $20 MONTH.
MART IN & CO., 749 Market st
COLO It t- D 1 IHL-, CITY. $12 TO $15. MAR-
-0 TIN A Co., 749 Market st.
CHAMBERMAID a ND WAIT. COUN TRY HO-
lei, $20; waitress, country hote.. »20: girls for
looking aid housework, country, $20 to $.6*
woman wilb child, $10. MURRAY &R. ADV.
i eaui .g Employment Ageuts, 634 and 636 CI jr.
THE GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 45
1 nird st, bet Market and Mission.— Firsi-class
male and fema c helpof all nationalities lurnlsned
un short iioiice: private families, hotels, lestau.
rants, etc., supplied; country orders promptly at-
lei ded 10.
TV ANTED-6 HOUSEKEEPERS FOR CITY
tt and touniry. The t.e man employment Of-
flte, 45 Th.rd at; Tel. Davis 27.
ritHFJ GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 45
1 ThlrJ st: Tel. No. 27 Davit*.
GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, MRS.
VJ LAMBERT, 417 Powell st, hai places lor
girls of all nationalities.
EXPERTENCED OPERATORS ON BHIRTB.
THE BKFN.- ER-UI.MAN Co.,
17 AND 19 baiter, st.
AN ATTRACTIVE GIRL FROM 17 TO 20
years oJd 10 learn a shooting act for the stage,
and to woik In a shoo. ing gallery. Call at
SHKEVEK A BARBEi.'S, 529 and 631 Kearny
St., from 12 10 4 o'clock p. m.
WOMEN AND GIRLS TO WORK ON FRUIT
'» at CUTTING FRUIT PACKING UO'S., 1160
Harrison st.
HOUSEKEEPER: DANISH GIRL OR
widow who Is wiling 10 keep a small house
ior widower; can get a good position by address-
ing W. D., box 45. Call t flice.
WANTED; 'FEMALE DEPARTMENT; EX-
pert waist trimmers at 1455 Franklin st near
Sutter. Apply after 9A. M.
IV AN ED- OMEN ND GlltLS TO WORK
.»» on fruit CODE, FJLFELT <fc CO., cor. Tenth
and Bryini sts.
YOU NO GIRL ABOUT 16 TO 18 YEARS AS
A reader in proofroom; $3 ler week. F. R E„
box 122, Call Oiuce.
PROTESTANT YOUNG WOMAN To ASSIST
general housework. 433 Jersey st., bet. Casiro
and Noe. ■■--!--.. ■->.< f ?--;*-*;.? ■•
WANTED— A COLORED WOMAN FOR GEN-
" eral housework. Apply 579 Harrison st
WAN ED IMMEDIATELY; A FIRST-CLASS
waitthaua. 1411 Lyon st.
CIOIK FOR 8 PE -PLH. NO OTHER WORk!
J Alameda, $20 417 Powell st
REI'IN.D GERMAN OIi.L FOR 2 CHlLr*
dren, $20. 417 Po ells..'
WAITRESS. HAS TO DO P\ RT OFLaUN-
.I dry work, $25. 417 Powell, st.
TVANTi I) — NEAT N U RSEGi PL; SLEEP
tt ,at home. 7u3Gtaryst
I/'IRpT-CLAfeS FINISHER ON LADIES'
A clcaks. 14 McAl.lsler st, room 2.
WANTED-500 WOMEN AVD GIRLS TO
tt work on fruit Appy Immediately at Cali-
fornia Canneries Compauy, Braunau St., between
Third ana Fourth.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMOND**. WATCH-
l'les jewelry. sealskins. UiiaeHuris, 15 Grant ay
FOR SAN MAIEo. Gill.. TO UARE FOR
children; wages $10. Apply 230 Pad tip aye.
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON WHITE
and co ored shins at GREKNEBAUM, WEIL
tfc MICHELS, 531 Mission St.
(*, I P. LA..K.-\ — OFFICE OF THB
A'l J ■ .iLLf hubscriptloii Mi I want ad* taken.
|>ATl'...il.\» 25c; DKEssMAKEKS FUR-
X nlsh-d to chops and families; positions free;
McDoWELL Dressmaking and Millinery school.
103 Posi st
If IRST-CLASS TAILORESS WANTED BOW-
' Ha Y'S, 604 Sutterst. -
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market:
20 J rooms; 2^c 10 $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6
per week; free bus and baggage to and from ferry.
ONE FRENCH TAILOR SYSTEM. WITH IN-
si ructions, given away each month, B. F.
Diesscutilog saloou, 816 Market st
HKLP WANTED-MALE.
DISHWASHEK. $4 A WEEK AND. ROOM*,
1 J d'ahwasher. $5 a week: dishwasher, $18 a
mon h 2 disnwus.iers, $ 0 and ro*>m; 3 dishwash-
ers, j5 anl room; dishwasher, $7 a weo**: dl 11-
-washer, *2>i ai.d room; country dishwasher. $23;
6 kltcnennvn. $10 and room. MaKTIN ALV
749 .Market. gfEMfljjJßK*''/* v ''' ' ''"■■ ' '
C^ooK, country, *40 and rocM: cook,
kJ b mrdlng-bouse. *30 and room: nighi cook, $6 a
week; short ord-»r cook, $^5 and* room*, second
coot*, $7 11 week; cook, $6 a week; cook, *7 a
week: ccok. boarding-houss, $26 and room: cook,
$9 a week and room. MARTIN A CO., '■ 49 Mar-
ket st
TV AITEK TO GJ SOUTH, $25 AND ROOM:
- tT German waiter. $25 and room; waiter, $9 per
weeK; duhuasher. $6 per we* k ; 2 waiters, city,
$15 auil room; waiter to go nor. h, $25 and room.
MARTIN A CO. 749 Market st.
- Young MEN AS porters, ETC: $10 TO
' 0 $15. room and board. MARTIN A CO., .49
M arket st*
11 . TEAMsTERS: IT TV : $175 PER DAY;
IP call early. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st
BAKER'S HEI.PEK; CALL EARLY. MAT-
-1 IN A C '.. 749 Marke. St.
7 RANCH HA NDS. $20: SEE PARTY HERE.
I MARTIN & CO., 740 Market st.
5 MEN FOR TRUCKING, KTl'.. $35, BOARD,
etc. MARTIN «& CO., 749 Mark, tst.
-.ftp. GRAPE AND FRUIT PICKERS, MEN
'' Dt) or boys. waiuel lor diffeient counties,
from $30. $25 to $23 per month, found: also 30 to
work in packing and dr.. lug houses, etc , $20,
found. 3to 4 months jobs; wine cellar men: 3j
farmers, orcburd and vineyard hands s.eaiy jibs,
$26. $25, $20 4 chore boys aid old men, slO,
$15: young man tor a cheese factory, $15; boy 10
peddle truii: 3 milktrs, 120 and $25: 60 scraner
teamsters, $-JO, found foreman for a scraper
gang 97 team ters and laborers f r city ] bs,
from $1 75, $1 60, $1 s') day and $26 per month
and :ou d: 3 men nnd wives for ranches, $40 and
$36 per month and found; 20 m n or boys to pull
beans, thrash and sack beans, etc., at $24 ana
found. MURRAY* READY, 634 acd 6 6 Clay.
2* MEN FOR A MANUFACTURING COM-
£tO pany, $.6 per month and found, in Santa
Clara County: haruess-maker, $26 and found: 3
brick* molders, $2 50 a day; 3 eff-oearers for a
brickyard; 4 hostlers, buggy-washers and stable-
men. $26 and $35 per month and found. MUi.-
RA V & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st ,
CARPENTER FOR A VINEYARD, STEADY
job; 3 ssphallum-roofers. $2 25 a day. MUR-
RAY it READY, 6. 4 and 636 Clay St.
TREE PARE— 63 'LAB UtERS TO WORK IN
J. a large country sawmill, for one of California's
largest sawmill companies, steady joo, $ 6 p^r
month and found; IC6 woodchopper.-t. t'i 60,
$-' Hi, $1 IS per cord; also 85 iiernakers. 8c eacn;
also 86 shingle and tox bolt-makers, stead jobs;
tools aud foot advanced. MURRAY A READY.
634 aud 636 Cay at
COOK ANIT SEE BOSS HERE, $45,
country hotel; waitress, and husband as chore-
man for ctuntry hot I. see boss here: 15 dish-
washers. $20, $15. *10: 8 waifrs, $25. $20 and
135: 7 cooks, $50, $10 and *30; washer for coun-
try laundry, $30 and iound; 3 hotel prrters 3
chore men:. 3 second c oks. MURRAY &
READY, 634 and 636 Clay st
"1 I) TEAMSTERS NEAR CITY, $1 75 A DAY*.
I V 0 teamsters, city, $1 75 a day: 20 men to work
in a brickyard near city, $1 a day and boaid; 3
4*muie teamsters, $1 75 a nay: 0 lumber-pilers,
country sawmill. $1 a day and board, man and
wife for a fruit ianch, $40. C. R. HANSEN A
CO., 108 Geary gt
WE WANT TO-DAY FOR FRESNO 60
TT giape-pickers, $1 a day and D".ard; fare $3;
no other charge; call and get your tickets a. C. K.
HANSEN A COS., 108 Geary st
TVE WANT TO-D FoR TULARE 25
»T grape-pickers; $1 a day and board; call and
get your tlckesi at C- R. HANSEN dtCO'S, 108
Geary st
CF.COND COOK: CJUNTRY HOTEL: $40:
if broiler, country, $55: French cook, restaurant,
$45 to $50: pstry c..ok and baker, $40: short
order cook, $55 C. R. HANSEN A COS., 108
Geary st
TV" ANTED— ->LD COUNTRY GROOM, $30
tt and found; ranch blacksmith, $26 and found:
in -chiiiis:. $2 60 day; laborers for mine, *:6.
Scandinavian or Swiss farmer, $20: 20 laborers.
$1 75 day aud $1 and board: woodchoppers. rall-
iO;id tie minors, 8c each, 5 ■»;!■• and shake bolt
makers, $1 35 and $1 90' coid: 4-horse leamster.
$26: machine man for S-isb and door factory, 25c
per hour; man aud wife, man to do general "work,
wife to cook for men. $40 to $45. Apply to J. F*.
CRO-3J-.TI A CO.. 628 sacramento st
Ur ANTE D— ITER FOR PRIVATE
boarding-house, $20: waiter for men. $20;
young man to assis: In dining-room. $15 10 $20:
dishwashers tor iltv and country; restaurant
cooks and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT A
C 0.." 628 Sacramento st.
TV ANT ED— WAITER FOR HOTEL, $30:
tt waiter, restaurant, $i 0: chopnoute cook.
j $30; cook, $40: poiwasher, $i 5; dlshw-isbers,
1 city and country, $10 10 $25: chorem m i*n ranch,
Santa Clara County; gardener, country, 's2o; boy
for hotel, $12, etc. . ANDBFJ'S, 308 Stocktou st
MILLWRIGHT, 1.2 60 I) vY: HOSTLER, $25;
6 fsrmlii-nds $20; niL-hl took, $25. 10 woods-
mei. $26 and $30; 5 sawmill lab. rers, $26: 10
cra-e-picKers, 9.6: chorem in, $10: mm for ped-
dling, $15. R. T. WARD A CO., 6 J>B and 610 Clay.
BUTLER, $50. MISS CULLEN, 323 SUTTER
stieet. - • V*
MAN AND WIFE. COUNTRY. $40 TO $45,
good place. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st.
TV ANTED— A MAN IN BUSINESS HOUSE
tt as porter*, must also understand taking care
of couple horses and wagon; German preferred.
S. S.. box 8, Call Office.
WANTED— 4 GOOD COATMAK •RS AND 1
pants a-iu ve's. -maker: sieade work. Come at
once or apply merchant iaLor a. Truckee. Cal.
TVANTED— BOY To CARRY MORNJN.-PA-
tt pers; one I. vug near Seventeenth and Castro
preferred. Addresi Papers, box 31, call Olßce.
CANVASSERS WANTED— MALE OK FE-
male: something new; neeled by all c asses.
Address G , box 48, Call Office.
WAN IED — FJXPI* RIENCED PKESSBOY.
Apply 7 to 9 a M. Saturday, STUPARICH,
523 Marke: st
TV ANTE D— C OM PROOF-READER;
f? one who t- aciuitomed to law wor«. F. R. E.,
box 122, Call Office.
2 GOOD BARBERS FOR SATURDAY; $3.
— Modern, 34 Fourth st
BARKER FOR SATURDAY. 602^ SECOND
street. .- .-•
BARBER-GOOD BARBER SATURDAY' AND
Sunday: wa es- 133% Ninth st
BARB- WANTED FOR SATURDAY AND
sunday. 227% Second at
Good barber for Saturday and
Sundty. 614% 1 bird st.
Alt KER WANTED AT 203 MONTGOMERY
BARKER WANTED AT 203 MONTGOMERY
avenue. YY;'
BARBER FOR SATUKDAY; $3. 779 MAR-
ket st.
BARBER FOR SATURDAY; WaGES $3.
222 Gough st
OOD BABRER FOR SATURDAY AND
GOOD BARKER FOR SATURDAY AND
Sunday. 607 Hayes st.
OOD COCK WANTED AT 163 THIRD ST.
PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERY DESIGNER
X wanted. G. D., b>x 38, Call.
TV ANTED- FIRBI-CLASSCAKE BAKER AT
tT 40 seventh St.
STEADY SINGLE GERMAN' YOHNGMAN
._ for grocery and bar. NW. cor. Mission and 7th.
WANTED-BOY TO ASSIST IN GROCERY-
stue. Addrest Boy. box 18. Call Office.
DOY WANTED. 107 MONTGOMERY ST.
HUSTLER-*— WATER FILTERS AT COST;
large profit-*. JON ES, 1059% Howard st
WAITED WANTED: YOUNG MAN. 104
seventh st.
CO; L CTOR AND AG-SNTS. CALL BTO 9
J a M.. luzO Jefferson st. Oakland.
TV A NTED—DRU . CLERK. CORNER BEY*
M entu and iioward sis.
THONG BOY TO LKARN RLACKsMITH-
STRONG BOY TO LkARN BLACKsMI'I H-
ing who can handle horsts. 828 iiarr sou st
DISHWASHFJT. wanted; model p.es-
iiiur.tiit 1212% Polk st. call early.
IF YOU ARE AN ACTIVE MAN. WILLING
to work and deposit $10 cash we can guarantee
»4 a day permanent Audress A. 11., box 70, Call
BAIBKRS, $40, F'Oll Ot.OD --HOP; MUST
leave cit.. Address D., box 16, Call.
\\l ANTED— AGENT--, 20 TO {'25 A WEEK
'I sure to workers: po capital needei :new goods;
new plan : sells at sight: every tamilv * needs it
Household spec. Co., oox 424. Cincinnati, ohi .
WAN". ED— l LADY AND •_ GENTLEMEN
It to soil. it orders from aichitects, contractors
I and builders: -iberal commission. Model Window -
hinge Company, Mills bunding. ro< m 5, 7th floor.
1 -.ENEBAL AGENT WANTED IN EVERY
\Jf t< ivn In the Sale; salary $75 per month and
expenses; no canvassing B quired. Address Mon-
roe Co.. box 45, Call.
MONEY LOANED O.s DIAMONDS. WATCH-
es. Jewelry.seaisklns. Uncle 11 arris 15 Grantav
WANI'hD- A , MIM AN! IN FIKST-UL'A>B
tt wine-house as barkeeper: understand mixing
drinks and be a good Indoor salesman; no other
need apply. G.. box 90. Colt
TV ANTED— I CAKP«.NTF;k*. BRING lOOLS:
' » house work. 718 Third st ; ' • , '-z> •
({IC LARK IN — BRANCH OFFICE OF THK
Ulw CALL, Subscriptions and want ads taken.
HELP WANTED-Continned.
ALL-HOUND LAUNDRYMAN WANTED; A
good shin-polisher a id one that would be ap-
preciated. Apply to Stanford University Steam
Laundiy P. <>. .:
OMEN, SIEADY' EMPLOYMENT. *:-0 PER
O montn and iound: no experience necessary.
HERMAN'S, 637 Clay st
F ARTNER WANTED BY A PRACTICAL
cook In go'd-paylug r staurant: would prefer
par ncr to hired help. Apply 122 Fourth St.
"lIT ANTED— A FIR»T-CLASS GENTS' FUR*
tt nlshing goods salesman. Apply 523 Marke]
St., room 7. from 3 to 5 "P. m.
SEAMEN AND ORDINARY FOB AUSTRA-
-0 lia. South -eas and Europe at 637 Clay ST.
SEAMEN FOR EUR- PE AND COAsT
sti-a.i-ers, Alaska, Australia. 904 Kearny st,
upstairs.
t JIAiIEM si. — BRANCH OFFICE OK THE
~i CALL want ads and subscriptions uigeiL
MINERS WANTED-2 OR 3 lOR C-'PPKR
JTI River: advertiser will pay bilf expenses for
third • f discoveries Address M . W.. box 45, call.
I>AKBEHs" PROTECTIVE UNION; AR-
II bers' Association of ihe 1 act tic Const; free em-
ployment office. S. FUt'HS, sec-,*. 825 i.raui live.
. 11-.SI-CL-.SS LADIr.S' TAILOR WANTED'
£ BOWHAY'S, 504 Sutler B*.
I^ECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITFJD
Xt Slates marine corps. United .-Mates navy;
a nle- bud ted, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 years, who are citizens of the United
States, or those who have legally declared their
intention to become such; must be of good char-
acter and habits and abe 10 speak, lead and write
English, and be between 5 feet 6 inches and 6 feet
ln height For further inlormatlon apply at the
recruiting office. 20 Ellis st, san Francisco, Cal.
TAT ANTED— GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
t I fl your feat at the same price you bxy ready-
made o.ies, irom $1, Si, $3, $4 and $5, at 562
Mission st., bet First aud Second.
ROOMS. 150 TO 760 PEK NIGHT; 500 *o el SJ
tier week. Oriental, 226 Drumm st
1?* INE MEN'S CALF SHOES, »1 75: TO OR-
£ der, $2 50; half-soling. 25c up. 959 Howard.
U INCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR
tt Market; 200 rooms, 25c a nighi; reading-
room; iree 'bus and baggage .0 and irom the ferry.
WANTEJJ- MEN To I.I.ARN BARBER
" trade; shops, tools, positions furnished; 8
weeks required. S. F. Barber College, 138 Eighth,
1/Wl MEN FOR FURNISHED ROoMs; 25c
x\l\J night; $1 26 week up. Saratoga, 118 Sixth.
ROSEDALE, 321 ELLIS ST.. Nit IAY LOIS—
100 rooms, 25c nlglu; *1 week: reading room
SAILORS AND ORDINARY " SEAMEN'
wonted at LINE'S, 504 Davis, near Jackson, j
SINGLE ROOMS lOc AND 150 NIGHT, 75c j
and si week. Lindell House, Sixth and Howard, j
I'LCllo HOUsE, b63VaMAitKET ST.— ROOMS 1
I 20c. 25c 10 60c ntgtit: $1 to 92 week. /
LADIES' SHOES, SOLING. i6c; MEN'S
shoes, soling, 50c ail repairing done at half
the usual price. 562 Mission st. bet and 2d.
&l|l GOOD GERMAN SHOEMAKER CAN
t© JL"*. hay; long lease on best shop in st
Helena. Address C. E Da VIS. St Helena, Cot
OfWiA pairs— another lot OK men's
Ocm'U shoes: been sightly damaged; at less
than one-fourth their value: from 26c to $2 50.
662 Mission St., bet F'ir.,l and Second.
1 OT. OF UNCALLED-FOR SHOES FROM 25C
XJ np to $1 25. 562 Mission st, tet Ist and 2d.
\* A ST I-.D, 10i_OL.Ln.Cl' W A •jE*-> DUE LABOR-
»» rrs^clerks KNOX Collection Agcy, 110 Sutter.
11 simon wants 100 men ioget bottle
-Hi. beeror wine sc; Lest iree lunch. 643 Clay.
TRY ACME HoUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low sixth, for a room: 25c a night: $1 a week.
UT, ANT r.D— LABORER*! J AND MECHANIC**}
>" to know that. Ed Rolkln. Beno House proprie-
tor, mill run j Denver Hoas<», 217 Third St.; xii
large rooms: '.'sc tier nle-it: $1 ioS'l .»-r week.
; : ;
AGENTS WANTED.
♦ gents Wanted for medicated
JY wafers: positive safezuard; $1: also tonic
foeciflc for all female troubles: for horns us_
DX. AND M I.S. W 1 GENER, 526 ddv s-.
FLATS "WANTED.
TIT ANTED —IN DISTRICT POUNDED BY
tt Franklin, suaer and .Market sts 7-room flat:
carpeted flat preferred; rent mu-t be reasonabe.
Audress Renter, box 60. Call Office.
PROPERTY WANTED.
WANTED— LOT AND COTTAGE WITH
tt modern improvements; on a car line; act too
distant; marine view preferred: wil. buy furniture
if good. D. box 121. Call ofllte
WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS.
TOOLS OP ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
CURTIS, 1123 Market st ._f ,;
Si* CON D-H AND CASH REGISTER WANT-
ed. 640 stanyan st.
BOOK-! BOOKS! BOOKS! — OLD BOOKS
bought a. KLEIN'S, 127 -lxth st
TO EXCHANGE— DENTAL WORK Foil Al
bicycle. Ohio Dental Parlors, rOti Market st
OLD GOLD. GOLD DUST. JEWELRY. ETC.,
bought O. NOLTE, jewel, r, 222 O'FarrelL
PAWNBROKER— GOLD, SILVER, CA*-*r-
offcJo: hing nought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
EDUCATIONAL.
1 ENGINEERING SCHOOL; CIVIL AND ME-
-J cnanical surveying: ihorouga training in tbe
preparing o; plans; mathemaucs. all branches;
private lessons. W. FUGEEoTROM, 924 Geary
si., 4 to 6 P m.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND
1 locution, 1215 Octavla st," San Francisco,
MISS ELIZA MACKINTOSH, pupil of Proiessor
G. W. Baynham, Glasgow, Scotland, and graduate
of the tchcol of Oratory, Philadelphia, Pa,
teacher. Office days, '1 hurs. p. m., Saturday a. xl
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
St.— Bookkeeping, business practice, short-
liana, lyplnc. telegraphy, languages, English
Tranches: e.'ectrlcal, civil and minlugenglneerlug,
miveyin-:, assaying, navigation, eti:.: 20 teacher.*;
day and evening sessions; write for catalogue.
» NDERSON'S PREPARATORY SCHOOL—
- » Pupils prepared for i alifjraia and Stanford
universities in day and evening classes and pri-
vate lessons; teachers' and civil service examina-
tions. Room 407. Parrott oui.ding.
AY RES' BUSINESS COLLEGE 325 MONT-
A gomcry 5..; individual Instruction In short
band, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.; Ufa
bcholarship $50; low rates per week ana month.
PARTINGTON'S SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE
ana Newspaper Illustration: day and evening
classes; 2 -a urday classes [commence Augus. 28.
Particular 424 Pine st
ENGINEEiIiNG SCHOOL: CIVIL, ELECL.
J mining, mech.. survey, assay, archil.: day A eve.;
est. 1861. A. VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Market
lANO LESS BY GERMAN" LADY, !isc
half hour. Removed to 2.9 eighth st
MONEY LOAN i*. D ON DIAMONDS WATCH-
ea jewelrv, sealskins. Uncle Harr.s 15 Grant ay
X RS. FRIEDB RG, VOICE CULTURE; 50c
ill »It skid. ' 914 O'F'arrell -it, nr Vau Ness aye.
BELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOoL OF ACTING—
Pupils rehearsed 00 stage. Alcazar building.
LUDLAM SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND
D amatic Art. 9-8 sutter st
Al ISS BOLTE'S SCHOOL, -318 CALIFORNIA;
Itl boar. ; Eng., ir. , Ger, music; $30 a month.
EUGFJNE DE FOX EST, SCHOOL OF' AC 1 1
and elocution. 14 McAllister, r.70; call 2to 5.
I)Ri-F. LoUl MERKI: V .OLIN. MANDOLIN,
guitar, cornet, reasonable. 1008 Mission si.
SAN F..ANI..SCO BLsINF-Ss 1 Ui.l.hUr,, 1236
Market st ; 124 positions in '96: 68 in '97.
SPA->lsm— ILASSI.S DAIIY; $3 MONTH;"*
0 to 9P. m. Loom 10, Y. SL 1. a. building.
SINGING; PIANO. PALIS GRADUATE*
French, German languages; $2 mo. 108 Taylor!
Bookkeeping, arithmetic. "Writing
gram., ett-. :day,ntght: $5 mo. 1504 op.Sttt!
GI UITAR, MANOOLIN. PIANO AN VOCAL
T lessons: *.i ma M*.r- We tlins 33 Fifth so.
LOST. "
i OST-A PASS! OOK WITH THE H IBERNIA
1 j Savings an I Loan Society ef San Francisco. i 1
the nam- of IVER JACOBSEN. or JOSIE
JACOBSEN; No. 165,090. "1 he flntfer will please
return 10 bank.
1 1-57 r NI "' 1 " SL-BitAAC-I orr-cE of
JUI jan-uii; kuuecnpuou -.iid ' stsaxx _M
taken.
. ..' FOUND.
CHEEP FOUND. CALL 8 WELCH ST.
ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW.
A vice FREE; DIVORCE LA \V« A SPEC-
«v k 1 - 1^; ,-?■_■ v *" ; ,10 *e««'l"* out success: p obate.
G. \v. HOW K. ally atlaw.Bso Market, cor. stock in!
J A. MITCHELL REMOVTD To 1206 MAR-
. ket; all legal matters; collections ; advice free.
_ A DVICE FREE:. NO CHARGE UNLESS SUU
__ cessfuL W.W. DAVIDSON, 937 Marketst
BUSINESS CHANCES.
<■£' (Ml CIOAR-t'TORK IN CHOICES!-. H)
«3r^-'/IJ. ca ion: dally receipts $B and $10: cheap* J
rent: steady cutto iier_ WILKE, 703 Mar.-te st. f,
QiCiP,ri, COMMISSI- 'X- STORE: COUNTRY
-JpUtJv/. products, butter. • ggi. cheese, etc.: es-
tablished many years; first-class businesi; horte.
wagon, etc.; books open for inspection. WILKE,
783 Market st
Qjcn/i f'ir-t-class paying down-
■JrCuv, town saloon among tne who esale
homes: no night or suud.t.- work: cfeirlm above
$109 mouth: ola es.ab.ished. WILKE. 783 Mar-
ket st.
•Sl '}£-. DELICACY-STORE, NICE PLACE,
sJris-*J. in the Weste.n Addition: 2 living-
rooms; doing a good business; worth looking lota
M. LESS, 5 Fourth st . .. •;
$-irC COl NER LODGING-HOUSE' OF 11
tin-' 1 O. rooms, nicely furnished; rooms 1 1 ways
filled with good, sieady roomers. M. LESS, 5
Fourth st.
•ft I ro BRANCH BAKERY ON PRINCI-
»iP I sJi'. pal street in the Mission: 3 nice living-
rooms; rent oniy $12 per mouth; good pace. M.
LEss, 5 Fourth st.
C*'- P;n CORN. It SALOON BUSINESS IN
'IT • O. one of the best loco ities south of Mar-
ketst.: Fell- 12 1 alf-harrels beer per week; pro-
prle'.rr owns building and will give lease. ML.
LESS, 5 Fourth st
DCTTIIKB SHOP; BEST LOCAT.O.X ACROSS
xi the bay; large refrigerator, marble counter,
2 horses, wa On, cart, eic ; big outside trade; in-
vestigate this. *-Ti- KB A Co., 632 Market
ONE OF • HE LEADING "E-TAURANTS IN
Oakland: clearing $.00 mom hi v* owner leav-
ing; bargain. ANDERSON & CO., 777 iMarket st
-3!-'(Sfi - FA -" --V GOODS AND NOVELTY
■ MVI. store; branch dyeing and cleaning
work: in best port cl city; 3 living-room-: kitchen,
pantry, yard; rent reasonabe. A.i di ess F. G.,
oox 4, Call.
; ITIHEH-SHOP; BEST LOCATION IN
• Western Ada! ion; large refrigerator: marble
counters; two teams: big outside rou e; lnves'l-
gate this B. *„ box 64, CalL
ii-I iE HE-TA URANT AND 7 ROOMS WITH
£ furnace: good for man and wife; g od business;
inValliji; cheap. OJympia Restaurant, Va.lejo.
"T AUNDRY ROUTE FOR SALE, INCLUDING
J J fine wa on: profit of $25 to $30 weekly; ea-
l.-.b. syrs: leaving city. Particir*. LX, bx 44, CalL
IpOR SALE— >NE OF THE BEST SALOONS
J? In a prospeions mining town; long lease. Ap-
ply 130 Ninth st
O f N VEST— SSOOO WITH SERVICES, INAN
establishe.l paying busiuess. Address M. ri. V.,
box 20, cat..
hOCKKRY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS
store; cheap; leaving city. Address A., box
22. Call.
"I A KGB -AL- ON: PROFITS $11 DAY; RENT
j XX f .'5; dea 11 reaso.i for selling. 1121 Harriott
I r* ALL ROUTE FOR SALE. 1116 BROADWAY.
p ROCERY-SIORE FOR SALE— V. ' KAPF-
' -*" manu's srooery-stor*, sW. cor. Fifth and Mis-
sion ste., for aaie by bids* For Inventory and
other particulars anply to Board of Trade.
(j*t.'n||A KO ' SALE — GROCERY AND
*i{pZ.U' i\J . bur; good paying business; on ac-
e unt of sickness: or Dariner for half Interest
$2101. cox J.O, Call Office.
•ft V -Min EXCELLENT, WELL -PAYING
tip~i)\J\f. business for sale or exchange. In-
quire 331 Montgomery st, rooms 38 and 39.
rPHE CHEAPEST AND NEATEST CANDY
J. an 1 icecream store in the city for $300. Ad-
dress P., box 43, Call Office.
YOUNG GERMAN GIRL, SPEAKS SPANISH
-I and French, wants partner. R. 2, 111 Geary.
17-OR S 'LE-INTEREsT IN GOOD- PAYING
£ butcher- 1629 Polk st
/-OOD GERMAN BAKERY FOR SALE ON
il account of ness. Apply 318 sixth st
WANTED— COUNTRY SALOON FOR
cash: no agents. Sa 0011. b x 46, CaT Office.
MONEY 1 O.i NED ON DIAMONDS, IV aTCH-
es, jewelry, *.ealskins. Uncle Harris 15 Grant
CjlfWW* TOR HALF INTEREST IN KARID-
<4P 1 \J\..'M ly growing business; row overcrowd-
ed with orders. EDWARD W. HILL, 628 Market.
AID \Y SALOON; ACCOUNT OF RETIRING
__. from businesi WICHMAN, LUTGEN A
Co., 320 Cloy st
YOUNG EASTER* LADY WANTS BUSI-
-1 ness partner: small capital. 101 Grant aye,
room l^Va-
-1 UsINFJSS PARTNER WANTED BY YOUNG
ii Eastern lady. 906 Market st, rm. 24. 2d floor.
dk If\ i OR TH BEST SHOEMAKKR-SHoP /
-yp^t» in th- town. 1802 Bush st J£ ,
AND WARRANT FOR SALE. M. HARRIS. B
20 Ellis »t, ci . _ ""' %J
GKOI ERY-ST. iKE AND BAR; CHEAP. 1831
JViarkei s'.., cor. Pearl.
I?* IRS I -CLASS RESTAURANT WITH 7 FUR-
. nished rooms: good business: lor sale cheap:
cotintr*r town: owner retiring from business. Ad-
dr ss F. li., box 60, Call office.
(i^rinn profhabl-i- stable bu-i-
--- TuUU. ness In growing suburban town for
sale. Address H. P., box 92, this office
HICKEN AND DUCK RANCH FX'R SALE.
Eleventh ove. and J s:., Scuth San Fianclsco. -
MARE, HARNESS AND EXPRESS WAGON;
$100. BUCKMAN, 2548 Folsom st
(J_r/Y CANDY AND NOTION STORE; 5
«TptJl/. rooms; rent $15 1820 Powell si.
h RANCH AND HOME BAKERY; GOOD
1> living rooms: bargain. Apply Call Office.
GOOD-PAYING Hi. TEL J.USINE-S; LONG-
VJT established; half interest $500: whole $1001).
Address Cosmopolitan Hotel. Petaluma
PORTLAN AGENCY .HIS PAPER IN-
X quire mi-i office oral lii Third at, Porllaul.
Oregon.
JV/7 MONTGOMERY COKNER OF CLAT—
U*- I open untl: 9:33 r clock: branch office -**■
Ihe tall* •i;hst-rtpt:on-i and wan: rd« taken.
— 1
LODGING-HOUSES.
20 ROOMS, ALL RENTED. ONLY $250
ZiZ. 23 room i, sunny corner 75i»
14 room house on Mason st 300
15 room house on Mission st 25(j
2 6 room house on market st 700
100 ranches and 100 houses and lots.
14 room house on Mason st 300
60 room house, clean $250 ' 800»»
42 rooms, apartment bouse , 2800
12 100ms. on Golden Gate aye., fine.....' 65J
14 rooms, on Fourih st 4511 <'
oiher bargains. H. C. DECKER 1020 Market.
(fljl^il PART CASH: CORNER Lt'DGiNG-
«J)I«>V. house: 8 sunny rooms; nice furniture;
fu'l of roomeis: cheap rent. Apply 835 Bryant.
"17 IX : sunny corner HOUSE of 22
£ rooms 411 Fourth st.
<J_l 'J P. «"K< OM HOUsE, CHEAP R«.NT,S2O:
«Jpl-OiJ. rooms oil fulL 242 sixth st
"1 •_> ROOMS NORTH "F MAKKET ST.; /
J-tl cooice: $350. UNDERWOOD, 765 Market (
v. *JIU\ UA.-l — FLAT 14 ROOMS; FULL 1 F
iv _.V/V» steady rmers: low rent. M., 1243 Mission.
BRANCH OFFICE OFTKKCALu 167 NINTH
J> M. — Wain iii,i.t. I frii-i-- -oi-o'm la-en.
FLKNITUKE FOX SALE.
PARTY LEAVING lITY WISHEsTO SELL
fumituie of 9 room*. Apply 9to 5, 750 How-
ard at
L 1 URN IT STOVES CAHP.-.T.N COUN.
I ters sh uvea, m ANDERSON, 1121 Market
BIG bargain IN" furniture; selling
XJ out: going 10 Alaska. 81 6 Mission st
HOL'M-.Hiil.i. J.ANGI-.s ALE IHE H_-*l'
JOHN F. MEY Kits CO.. M 7 Market a*.
FUKNITUKE WANTED.
1 J. NEU AN, 121 SIXTH CpTbuTsTaND
xj. sells furniture and carpets; also storage. .
INDIANA AIC.ION Ct>. ill'Jx.OV'Eu .OIJ
.onigom«>rv st.ihl *h»st prices pa d. Tel Davis 7 1
CLEANING.
CI.V STEAM -CLEAN .No WOKK-J:
titans, moves, ays carpets. G. H. STEVEN^
Mgr. 38 and 40 Eigntn m.; telephone south 250
V», J.i-.N YoU Br.CoAIE DIsGUsTFJ'i v.ITfC
" poor work sent toSFA ULDIN'G'S PioneerCa.-
p*t-b»aiin.* Wt.rk**. Asa-SI 'I Hums at; let So. 41.
BARBER'S ENTERPRISE CA KPKT-CLK \N-
XJ ing wks,, -"36 14th. Tel. Ml r. 100. 7.. T. Barber.
JW a T'TS.reliabe corpet-c eanln;,renovtg.alter-
. atlon works, 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie 32 L
(1 A RPE TS . CLEANED, RENOVATED] LIKE
I new. J. McQUEkN. 453 Stevenson: iel. Si 22B.
Advance: cars-fit- CLEANING CO., 401
s-utt?r; tei. Man 334. GEO WALCOM. prop.
(■\LEANINu,Sc: LAYING. 3c: RU SAM-
J pies free; teL Jet-sic 944. Stratton, 3 Eighio.
1 'Alil'hi.*) _L**.A-**lW «fc I.FJNoVaTF.D LUCK I
V J Dew. 1 »iilti; lei. south .-ti Mackintosh -sOa, '*}
J>. CARPF.T-CLf.ANINt. CO.,
. 240 14. st; cleaning 3t*. a yard: lei. Mi- 74.
CONK LI A ft lAlll'i-.i ■ i..-.All.\tl MO*..-*-*.
J i^-> OuiUea Gale .vs. lelepuone Eaa. I~J.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THB
WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $150, poetr
as lree.

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