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SAN FRANCISCO ••CALL. , - prisINFSS OFFICE of the Ban Francisco CxtAr— Corner of Market and Third streets, open until 12 O'clock every night In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S27 Montgomery street, corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. 889 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 615 larkin street: open until 9:30 o'clock. SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open until 9 o'clock. 143 Ninth street: open until 9 o'clock. 2618 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock. 1605 Polk street: open until 9:30 o'clock. NW". corner Twenty-second and Kentucky Streets: open till 9 ei'c<ick- CHURCH NOTICKS. Bf^-sp 1 n;s'i CHURCH OK CHRIST, SCIEN- 1 Ei^sS' list, Central block, 2-3 -liter between 1 Kearny and Gram aye —Christian Science Bible 1 lessons: subject. 'Triumphant Joy Through ■ Unity with Ihrst " stindu:. -school ior children , at the same hour, "science and Health" study Tnursday at 8 P. M. All are welcome. 1 CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. il _—& comer of Geary and Powell sts.— Rev. John • Hemphill. !>.!>., pastor. Services at 11 A. it. and 7:bo r m. The sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will be ooservtd -l the cl so of the morning '■ service -ope P« m : -'Listening to the Gospe. < Gladly, ye Lost Eternally ." Music A _■ "Bene- • die Aiiltna" (E fla.), S. P. Warren: offertory, '•Ji-sus, the Very Tv ought or' 'I hee" (schnecker). solo and quartet. Music p. m : •■Jobi.ate Deo" 1 (A flat), i.etlsli; offertory, "l Heard the Voce of 1 Jesus -ay ( w pi. am Heed), solo and quartet. All - are cordially invited. 1 ff~_s- FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN '. _r~& Church Golden Gate aye. and I'olk St. — • Rev. M . M . Gibson, pastor, x-ivi es at 11 a.m. i and 7.< 1 p.m. IVstor w. 11 preach both morning ' nnd evening: Subject for the cv ping: "What . Kind of Preaching Will Meet the Wants of the • limes?" Cord. invitation to all; seats free. I r*^s= FIRST CONGREGATIONALCHURCH, » sfc—* cor. lost and Mason sis. — Rev. George C. Auams, D.D., pas. or, will preach morning and evening. Morning service, 11 A m. l'neme: "To- Morrow.'.' Evening service 7:30. third - popular praise service; special music by lie c .oir and sermon by the ju.s'.or; tneme, "Bouiface, Apostle to the Germans." 'The pastor's Elo.e - clust and Sunday-school at 12:45 P. m. »'. P. S. L. r., 6:30 p. M. Samuel D. Mayer, organist and choir master. CT^-sp THIRD CONGREGATIONALCHURCH, - _r-—r liiietiith St.. near Mission Rev. William I Tlarier. I i.-;.. Services at 11 a. m. sacrament - of ihe Lord's Supper and reception of members. Services at 7:30 p. M :-übjeet: "Eools." Music - by .1 chorus cho r under the direction of William C stadf.' d. All a c cordially invited. prr~^ Si.cOND UNITARIAN CHURCH, COR. - Ur—Z' Twentieth and •- app sts —A J Wells, pas- tor. Service a 11 _. ts. by Rev. N. J. B. Scbuliz Mr. We. is will preach at 745 p it. r-eats are < free suuday-school at 9:45 a.m. Pastor resl- - <!• nee. 9-4 Valencia st. if _s CALIFORNIA-STREEt ME HODIST c "~-* s ' Episcopal Church, cor. California and t Tin dories s.s. — Vi . Phelps, pastor. Services . il a.m. Sermon by Key. John Stephens, pastor bimpscn Memorial 1 bnrch. . :llj. s-rmon by Dr. Urmy. pastor Hist M. E. 1 lunch. Sunday- ] school 9:-i5 a. m..C A . May dwell siiperliileud- - ent. Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening. f^-g=» SIMPSON MEMORIAL, METHODIST - _?—¥ Episcopal Church, cor. Hayes and Buchanan us — Rev, John Stephens, pastor: res den co 309 | ■ liaUht at. Preaching at 11 a _. and 7:cor. 11. ' Rev. J. VV i'heiji-i wi 1 preach at 11 a. m. At 7 ;.'i«) p. m seimon by pastor. Topic. 'Three Pace Forward." speiinl music be oung peop.e's chorus. unda -school at 12:30 r. m.: ' C. L. Perkins, superintendent. Epworth Leanue ■ meeting at 6:30 p m. l'ra\ er-meettnc Wed | day evening at 7 :to o'clock. 1 lie public cordially invited 10 all the s rvlces of this luuich. Seats free Ushers In attendance. jfr_g= CENTRAL ME 1 HODIST EPISCOPAL ' 2l>-«y church. Mission st.. BeL sixtn and seventh. Lev. 1 I,. ir.es Edward Locke, D.D., pastor: resi- dence, 43 El isst. Pastor will preach, Class- ' meeting- at 9:30 a M and 12:30 p.m. Mor dug ) sermon at il o'clock, subject; -'A christen Woitb W hile." Sunday-school a-. Ip. M.. Loiio V. Watt sujierititeiideni . Christian Endeavor societies at b:is p If. Evening sermon at 7:30: subject. • Modern sums-ins (.rinding in Prison Houjes." '■ AU seats free. Ev rvnody Invited. Thfs Is a people's church. Special music, J J. -Morris leaaer. Midweek prayer-meeting Wednesday,?: 30. fr^-3p FIRST NEW JEKUSALEM iHf CH ' Ltr-s? (sweuenborgian), o'Farreii st., bet. Web- ster and Tit more- ttev. D. V. 1 owe , pastor. The tilth lecture of the prest nt course will be de livered in the even. lis at 7 : 00 o'c ock . Subject, ". •oas of Life." tseiruou at 11 A. M . ; text. "The Covered Revea.ed, the Hidden Known." Ail vats :ree. ihe jmolic cordially invited. Free SweJenborgian library. sabbath-school at ' 10 a. m ( t*^g= FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST., Ss- 15^ near Jones-- services sunday, December 5, 1597. Preaching at 11 a. m. an.l a, . :.-,0 P.M. by Rev. r . A . Woods of Philadelphia. Prayer and conference meeting. Wednesday. 7:45 p. it. Ch ristiau culture 1 lass Friday. Bp.m. 9X~5= UN 10. - SQUARE i-RiE BAPTIST *ay Cbnrcn, Bush »t.. ne. r Lars-iu.— l'rotessor Good ell win preacn a. 11 a. m Suuday-school, E. H. Howell superintendent, at 12:30 Young People's society Christian Endeavor at ii:3o p. M. Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. seals free. Al. welcome. B^g= WEST side CHRISTINE CHURCH &-»*' on Bu-h si. near Devlsad'-ro— Preaching morning and evening by the pastor. Rev. W. A. Gardner, 1 opics— li a. St., "tonqnes.s of the Galilean Carpenter": 7:45 P. M., "Moses or < hrist, Jew or christian. Which?" Sundav-schooi 10 a. m., 1 . . 6:3) -. M. Prayei-meetlng Wednesday, 7:30 m Grand concer n Thurs- da- evening, given tor the benefit of the church at the Y. M . C. A. Audi oilum. Mason and Kills streets. 1 his cone, r, wi.l be under the direction - of Miss Peari Noble and promises to be one of the best ever given in the city. 9Zs§" SERVICES AT THE FTR-.T DIVINE W-—* Church of San EianciFCO, 336 > Seventeenth st- bet . M isslon and V a encia, at 1 1 a. M . M. E . lamer, pastor. Subj-ct of disCOOlae, "The Gre-.tesi Good in tbe World." All are cordial. Invited, t enday-school at lv a. m. ■■".'■. g- jg= GOSPEL HALL 888 HOWARD ST.. Br~y bet. Fourth and Fit. to— special services this afternoon and evening at 3 and 7:45, con- ducted by John si nil of Cleveland, Ohio, and D.maid Mumo of Toronto, Canada. All welcome No collections. _T~lf SAN Nt ISCO TIII.O- OPHICAL SO- _r—^ cl. ty, 819 Market— i^ectuie to-night, "Our Other Lives" Mis .1. D. . assfurther. subject 'Tuesday tnght. 'Proofs of Incarnation. ** MEETING NOTICES. sp^» FIDELITY' LODGE NO. 120. F. _ ltr—y and A. M., funeral notice-, M_ and menu ers are requested to assem hie itVy Masonic Temple at 12:30 p. m.. HI - D V f%p\ (sunda 1. for the pa pose of conducting the fun- eral ceremonies if our late bro her, L- opold Roaen-hine tlienc- to Home of P ace Cemetery by special train at 2:30 o'clock. By order of the 1 W. M. FREDERI. X BAR. V. Se rear . IFrS= OFFICERS a.,l> i_,.M_-_ia t _ 1 **-& Doric Lod^e No. 216, F. and A.M. £_ are hereby notified toa-s^mble at the lndge. "•# \p room sU •DA December sat 1 _ -.30 P. M.. /^Ar\ for the purpose of conducting the furreral of our late brother. Past Muster LOKENZ NICKEL By order of the W. __ J. R. GOLDSMITH, Secretary. __%S a CALIFORFIA LODGE. NO. TZ..,,,,^. **-* 1. 1. O. O. F.-.-.,0-DAYi^gb?-' EVENING. December 6, election of^^Q§S^ officers for ensuing term '-^/iw^- | P. J. MILLET, N. G. J It. W lI.I.IAMS. X - S. HOLDERS' 3IP;ETINOS. BT^- ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR or-*' annual meeting of the stockholders Of the Mutual Eectrlc Liitlu 1 ompany will be held at the oflice of the company. 61 . Howard St., San Prate cisco, on MONDaV. the six 11 day of De. ember 1897, at the hour of 10:1-10 O'clock a. m.. for th purpose of electins; a Board of rectors to serve for th- ensuing >ear ana the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. .1 '~" r s US i- . s retare. SPECIAL NOTICES. ItX~f HOLLANDERS ARE BKQUEfaTi »-*' meet Till' BSD A v, 1 ecember 9, at 8 p m -l Liberty Hall, Pythian Castle, 09 Market s., san Irani isio. tooe\ise ways and means 10 cele- Irate tee coronation day of VVILHELMINA, Queen of he Netherlands. (Signed) A FEW OLD HOLLANDERS. ■£35= CAL. HYPNOTIC. INSTI.. 402% Geary • Ifcsjy hypnotism taught, »5: diseases and habit- cured: graduate., become Psychic club membeis mz^g= F. E. McLEAN. PHTSICI >N FOR the —-Jy hair, has removed 10 Claus spreckels build- ing. 'rooms 213, 214 . nd 215 j SEi¥» . PA IN 1 1 o, f WHITEN IN<4, PAPER- BrssS' hanging. Ha HTM ANN, 239 Third a:. W__T BEFORE _ STORING FURNITURE tSSr-*" call at Nob Hill House: special care taken of furniture: lo« est tales storage on 1 alifornla st Office 1105 Hyde St.; telephone Hyde '-974, R^S= NOTICE -A BAN ED CHILDREN ia-V in the I oman Catholic Orphan Asylum since Jul., 181/6: Mabel Madison, ape 7 years- "lsabella 1 .eve que, age 8 years; Mary o'Leary 7 years; Margaret Stack, 7 years; Mary Warren 12 v^jyears: Mary Sullivan, 8 years. *Zr_f BAD TEN AN IS EJECTED. FOR tl »*& roilections made: city or country. Pacific J Collection Co.. 415 Montgy at., room 6: teL 6680. ry MRS. ST WERT, GENUINE BTEAM * = AS and cabinet hatha ■ 120 Geary, room 11 tf_^= MME HANSEN; LATEST GALVANIC 9>AV battery an cabinet baths. 316 Taylor s- %_^* MRM.DB.FIsH. 101 GRANT AY.KM 2; a-—* eletiricl.iii altohoi '1 v >it*h natlis : unrivaled TYPEWRITERS. , REMINGTON NO. 3; FINE oRDi-R; f25: sample sent. SCOTT & BA.NK AN.333 MonU SUNDAY MEETINGS. SOCIETY Pi.OGRES-.IVr. SPIRITUALISTS, 105 Larkin, Sunday evening, Dec. 6.— Song service, 7:3j sharp. Lecture by Mis R. >. I.lllie | of Bo, ton. Mrs. J. J. AV'hitney, ihe wonderful lest medium, will ans* er writ. en questions and give spirit messages. Admission 10 cenis. . — I BR. M. MUEHLENBENCH; LAST GRAND] spiritual usi-meeling to-nunt, I. wer had. 111 .arkin: ad mis don 10c: decor remov d office to Brunswick Hole., cor. Nin.h and W asbingtou sis., Oakland; test circle Tnetday, 8 p. m. : '-sc. DR. COONLEY', HE EMINENT LECTURER, slate- wrier and test medium, win iec.ure, give spirit mes a,-es, wond nul music and siarlling tests to-nl(int ut 909 Market st., rear hall; 10c; subject, -'Know. edge vs. Su,erstltiou." TEsUMONIaL Be. -EFIT TO PHILOsOPH- IcaI Journal by . adi Aid Society ordina- tion of Mme. Floience Montague by -Mate spirit- ualist Association, Ind ay, Dec. 10, Br. m.; 10c. 605 McAllleter St. OAKLAND PSYCHICAL SOCIETY, FRA- lerna, Ha I, Washington St., .-uuday. if. it., elect on of officers: 8P- M. , Mme. >loieuce Mon- tague will lecture ana appear in her other phases besides. AT DR. RIN-Es' SPIRITUAL SOCIETY, 909 J:_. Market st. ; 11. 2, Bp. M ; Mrs. Bird, Sea Mr. Hanson. Dr.'s office 6 Edd-- si-, 10 to 5; circles Tuesday and Friday at 8 p. M. /'ElEi.'s llALhjO iiil.A.Nn. I:3JP. M., L>> ceum; 3, uieuii.iu.-. meeting: 8, Airs. 1 ecd, lec- ture ana tes.s, wiu.eu or menial questions an- swered; seals free; all we.cjme. TEST DEVELOPING CIRCLE .' V XL. 10c, 335 McAllister st: 8 P. m. test meeting; stett, Mrs. Evens, Meakiu, Margrave, Hanson, others. UU 7 MARKET— B P. M., GRAND IEsT SE- -00 I ance, Mesdames Wrenn, Steers and Bird. Admissiou free p V. MILLER'S LAST MATERIALIZING ' \J. seance to-night at BP. Ist. ; 60a 409 Leaven- ivorth st. Mi.S. IIENDEE ROGERS, PARLOR MEET- tug to-nighi; test to all; loc 122 Taylor sL MME YOUNG'S CONVINCING TEST CIRCLE to-nlght; 10c 60 j McAllister sL ; fine music. v.RS. EGGERT . ITKEN GIVES SITTINGS ATI dally at 520 McAllister st \ 1 Us. MAYOSTEEi S, ll^v s OAK: CIRCLES l»i Tues. 8 p. M. . Thura 2r M.; 25c; readings $1. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. LADY WOULD LIKE TO EXCHANGE LES. sons in English, rudiments of French and uiu- lie lor room and board. Address M. .s., Lox 4,Ca11. MOTHER AND DA L OUTER Di 81 E BlTU- atlons; mother a good cook and manager; daughter lor second work. 223 Valencia sl \|IDDLE-.GED WOMAN WISHES UOUSE- IsI worn, either by day or month; city or short lis'.au.e lv the co.-iur., ; $10 or $12; good refer- >nce. 478 Jessie st. 4 MERICAN WOMAN WAN 1 S POSITION AS ±_ working housekeeper; good cook. MRS. Moss, 148 Howard SL YY'OMA.n WOULD LIKE WASHING BY THE TT da ;$1 and carfare. Call at 748 Howaru st. AMERICAN WoMaN, .5, COMPETENT cook, wishes position as housekeeper 1:1 m- Dwei'a family. Addr. ssJ. c, box 105, i. all ollice. OMAN WISHED SITL A I lON TOGO OUT »T by the day and do laundry-work in private Fanny. 1224 Union. COMPETENT WOMA.N W'lsllEs TO DO j Vs »or» by the day. 936 Marke. sl. room 12. \OI.'NO LADY, . i.CEN ILY FROM THE X East, desires a place as hou^eueeper; willing to Uke me i. ding. _-o_\ Geary st, room 2. SWEDISH GIRL WANT'S WORK BY IHE day in private family. washing and ironing, or liouse-c.tauiug. Address 540 ?hotweil sL, cor. Twentieth. L RENtil LADY, SPEAKING GOOD ENG- A lish, wishes sewin- by the uay: good seam- 1 stress, underst.uus metioin, 50 i'eu.s ana car- fare. Aißs. DORN, 706 California st. LADY TEACHER WILL GIVE lessons f ee on piano to one who wil. procure for her iwo pupi s: terms $6 p-r month, 2 lessons a week, AdJress P. , box 17, ail office. Vit'-'O GUi'L TO liti.P WITH uOlsr- X work, or wi.l go as sicoud girl; references If lequlred; wages $12 to $15. -2a Valencia. I-. lE. Lll.cN 1 LA. A", MIDDLE-AGED, DE- sires place as companion, or would give ser- • vices in exenange for pieasani home; neat and j economical; small wages. Home, 128 Tuik sL SWEDE WISHES PLiCE To DO GENERAL : housework; good cook. Cal. Mouuay at l2lbVa j ..us. ion sL \\T A.N TED-BY A NEAT RELIABLE YOUNG " woman, shuation in a small private family; I, ! a too 1 cost a..d noubeneeper. Aduress A. R. _ 1 box .od, Call. HOUSEWORK BY A RELIABLE PROTEST- | ant woman; city or counny. 2d6 r itth su .. ANTED— BY Rr.i-lABLE WOMAN, GEN- j '• era. house, leaning or washing. 1344 Jack- son st., in baaemeuL 1 OEsPr-CTABLE WoMAN WlsH. SITUA- I X- Hon as cook or genera: housework; city or country . 476 Jessie st. IRL WA TS SIT l A I N AT CHAMBER ! v-» work and sewing or help with children. call j or address 1234 Mission st. LADY WANTS sEWiNG BY DAY; GOOD liner; quick sewer; can makeover and repair fur gaime^is: terms 7i>c per day. AQuress li A., box 1 Call Office. \\roMAN WOULD LiKr. A SITUATION AS »T nurse for child; is »md and fond of children. Address ..ur.^e, bjx 10, Lai cilice. KEF IN ED YOUNG LaDY W..ULDLIKETO XX teach sma 1 children in German, French or i.n.iisu and 1 iano: salary no Object: good home. ' T. 8., box 40, c alt Office. 1 COMPETENT WoMAN WANTS WORK BY I \J ihe day; lirst-class laundress. P., box 6, Call SEAMSTRESS Wis. ES TO Go TO FaMI- ■ Hestotew; 75caday. 113 En- st , off Howard. , TKL.iPEAKI.NU FRENCH, ITALIAN AND \J English wishes posi.ion, nursegln or upstairs I wor^ ;nu sewing; ■ ity or country. Address A 8., ■ box 190, Call Office. yOUNG . J.ADV DKSIttKS A 1 LACE AS X stewardess or housekeeper. 101 Vi Grant aye, room 16. |)K> PECTABLK PARTY DK-IKINO A GOOD it- heme in exchange lor light services: reier- euces nqured. Address E. C, box 7, Ca.l office. SiRONG GERMAN GIRL WISHES POSI- I tion as cook or to do hous»work; city or coun- ! t y. 823 Howard M., room 49. "yOUNG WOMAN WISHES WORKING j X housekeeper's 1 ositlon or do plain mending. 131 Fourth St.. room 1. . 'U.MPEIEM'WOMaN WISHES SITUATION v/ as tirst-clasn cook and laundress; short time trom Philadelphia; good relerences; will go 10 the country; willing and oolfglng. dl-s Jessie su COLORED YOUNG WOMAN; FIHST-CLASS laundre s; second work or can do plain cook- ing 1 rivate Li mi y; win sleep home >f desired. Please address T. R, box 9, i.alL CIO.MI'EIENT WO.»AN WISHES SITUA- J lion; general bousewora; good cook: plain I laundress: Kind to chi.dieu; city or country. Ap- i ply 27Vi Fourth su "ItrANT.-.D— POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER TT for widower witn children. MRS. TAYLOR, 821 Mis. ion sc OMPETENT WOM A N WISHr.s TO DO CIOMPETENT WUMaN WISH.- » j v DO I general houseworK; good cook and laundress; good reierence; city or country. .769 Mission. p ERMAN GIRL WIsHES GOOD MIUA. VT Hon to do general housework; city references. 501 Post St., room 38. UOUNO LADY DESIRES PLACE AS HOUSE- X keeper: no objections to the country, call 118 Sixtn St., room 52. \'Ol'N(l LADY DESIRES A HOUSEKEEP- I X er's place; no objections to country. 11l Geary i sL, room 2. GOOD SWEDISH GIRL WISHES A SITUA- VJ 1:011 to do upstairs work; is willing, call 325 First sl / CAPABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES V^ housework or cnamberwork; small wages; seep home. G., box 10, CalL LADY WISHES A SITUATION AS HOUSE- XJ keeper: will do plain sewing and menuiug at home 1.6 -ixlli st., room 6. COMPETENT LOOK AND WAITRESS DE- \ sires situation, city or country. Ad. room 9, i 1-. 9 Taylor st. I iK i.man woman wants work by the \J day, cooking, housecleanlng or walling 00 sick people. I all 447 Bartlett st. REsPECT BLE WOMAN WISHEs SITL'A- ■ ito.i as housekeeper in respectable widower's family. Call or address 308 Linden aye. POSITION BY EXPERIENCED PERSON IN bakery or confectionery good references- Ad- dress MISS SHAW, Postoffice A, Polk Bt- AT-OUN. LAD If DESIRE- IO OEi' A PLACE X as housekeeper: no objection to the country -07 Post St., room 9. /COMPETENT WOMAN -'WISHES TO DO \J washing and housecleanlng. Call or address II .dcCUy court, bet. Harrison and Bryant sts.. off Ninth. :*->,.-,.;., v;..--", yOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A PLACE AS A housekeeper: no objection to tbe country. 1122 Market sL, room 31. YOUNG LADY DE-TKES TO GET A PLACE Xas housekeeper: will do plain mending 821 Mission at., room 6. - - THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL,, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 189"*. SITUATIONS • WANTED— Continued •V A i-. D- V U (I Wi M A Mr A NT'S Po-,1- -iT tion as housekeeper. 906 Market St., r. 23. AlIsS Vl' L.« MARTIN, JOB TYPEWRIT- jM log. 501 Post st., room 19. GERMAN NURsE-GOVERNEss WISHES il situation in relined family; wages in object. 833 a uearyst. l'l ' A.AEK-N— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE (Jit) i'aU. Subscription* and wan; ads taken. y'OUKG WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE J. day ollice cleaning. 210 Tujk sl , room 7. VOUiNO WOMAN WANTS A POSITION AS \ r OUNG WOMAN WANTS A POSITION AS X housekeeper; widower's family preferred. Address 1020 Market sL, room 11. \'UlMi GERMAN WOMAN SIREs Posi- X Hon as housekeenir. 112 Taylor St., room 7. VKAT YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WANTS A Al p ace as h> usekeeper, or will do plain sewing. 223 Post si., room I .. A'-OUNG LADY WANT'S A GOOD PLACE AS i. housekeeper or typewriter: city or country. 1015 Market st , room 17, second door. AJONEY LOANED ON W. TL'HKS, DIA- iTI mouds.jew lry, etc. Uncle Harris, 16 Grant ay. "yoUNG LADY DESIRES A HoCs, K.-.ET- X er's place; speaks French; can do plain mend- ing. 12- lost st-, room 10. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WOULD like few more engagements by the day at $1 50 per day. 715 I'o.t St. poMPETENT FRENCH GIRL, FIRST CLASS \_i cook and housekeeper, wishes a position for either: best ref lences. 1378 sacramemo st. VTOUNG WOMAN WISHES HOUsEKEEP- X er's position, call 1104 Mission st, corner of Seventh, room 10. A'OUNG GI L D.'.slitEs POSITION AS X lypewrl er or bookkeeper. Call 131 Taylor, r. 2. SITUATIONS AVANTEO-3IAXE. CHINESE A JAPANESE; EST'D 20 TEARS; VJ help: main 1997. BRADLEY <t c0.,640C1ay hUNTER'tfc C". iHl.r.sh A.Su JAPANESE 1 emu office. 614 C a California at., tel. main 231. CmiAESE AND JAPANE E EMPLOYMENT s_ office; best help 4141/g O'Farrell, Tel. E. 426. JAPANESE AND CHIN ESE EMPLOYMENT office, best help, 314n Sutter St.; teL Grant 30. MIDDeB-AOED MAN, STRICTLY TEMPE- -I*l rate, wants situation as man about place or any other wo k; understands plain cooking and general kitchen work: wi l work for su all wages; excellent references. Ad i. R. F. M., box 38. Call. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN Ac- -0 quainted in city as driver in city, or to take a route of some kind on co mission; reference. Address P. 1., box 88, Call Office. I,'Xl'i KIE.M ED MAP AND MINING a draftsman wants position. Address E.. box 80. Call. EXPERIENCED SURVEYOR AND AS- i-i stayer wants an engagement; has da col- legiate education; Is 30 ye.. rs old ; best of refer- ences. Address R., box 2, Ca 1. rpHOROUOH BUSINESS MAN, AT PRESENT X holding responsible position, deslies to make a Change Anyone having an opening for an accu- rate, quick aua thoioti v employe, competent to till a position as credit mau, correspondent or ac- countant, please address K. * box 10, Cad. t LI.-KUT.MI YOUNG MAN IN PRIVATE .£»- boarding house or hotei wants work as waiter, j or. er, etc Address -vi. P., oox 05, Call. \l* ELL-ED Cl A i ED GENTLEMAN OF UOOJ »» reputation and wit ■ the best of reference, de- sires to nave _ situation in (.ffice or banking firm. Address A. K. L , box 4. call. LIR-l-CI.A-s \ARPEsTER DESIRE-. 1 work: is a snanger i.i tne city; specialty, inte- rior liius.ier. Address 1. _ box 60, Cai.. GARDENER— G I.MaN WOULD LIKE TO VX keep In order gardens, trimming ro->. s. hedges and trees by day or month: *,ood , n j cheap worst guaranteed. Andreas Gardener, 6J5 Pine st. U' AN IED-I WiLL G» To ALASKA AND If prosie. t lor gold one year and sliaie equally wlth any o.ie who will furnish a grubstake of flOtsO: pc. lectly reliable. Dll J. E. HOWARD, Veneila, Pa. ST. ADY YviUNG .vaN Woi LD LIKE A s-J place as dishwasher or willing to .ate any kind of wuik. Cal or address 24a snipley at.", bet. Fifth and -ixth. \CTIvE ELDERLY MaN wants SIIL'a- XV Hon; any kind or light work; is good ail round man about pi ace an.i uouse; sober and re- liable; wag.silg.... Address l. W.. box t>o, Ca.l. » IDOLE-AGED MAN WANTS 1.. O-.l IN -'« >xchange for a duple of hours' work In the morning. _. M., b x 2, call Office. ACTIVE KLDEcILY MAN DESIRES WORK about a jTai-i In suburbs; good hime; wages nouiiu.l. Aumess B. i., box 4. call. BOY it SIDiXo WITH Ulsl'dlE.Ob, 16 years old, wl.hes work of any kind. Address d;-0 Minna sl, down a airs. V || RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN, WELL <t»T ' ". educated, industrious, will pay flu t'-r _ permanent position at liviug wastes: best of refer- ences. Address or call Sunday WILSON. 631 Post. IJAIN'IER. CAKHIAGr. AND HOUSE PAINT- J er, paper-hanger and decoia.or; tempera c man of .so best references; handy with hi tods, un- deistanus LHu-rsi work ou ranch, priv.t place or ho. el; wil work for «o0 and touuu. city or coun- try. fainter, oox i_, ia 1 officii. GOOD B.D. AKER WANTS A SITUATION: can wait t.t tab.c. Address A. REGENT, 631 Sacramento st. JOB PRINTER; LSI, iI. ASS AND ALL- O i ,n i newspaper man, good reference!, wants position at reasonable wages; small city preferred. M A., box 14, Call Office. BY 'I OUNG MAN, GERMAN,': GEN i. HAL kitchen work, waiting, saloon or other work- city or country. Address U. VIELU 632 Mi- ssion su, room 10. ■yOUNG MA.. JUsT FROM ALASKA WOULD A like to be staked by a party to return and prospect: either private party or company AX. box 95, v all. IV ANTED-sITC.\TION's. MAX A- WIPE; »» wife Mrs. class cook: man Is iirst-ciass team- ster on a ranch. Address box A, 143 Ninth at., city. 44/ ORK WANTED BY CABINET-MAKER: '» will repair and polish furniture at residence. Address 6 Kenwood court, oft' Howard st. yoUNG MaN Wno r.AKS DANISH, GEK- X man and i n;ll-h wl hes a position as bar keeper o. clerk. Address A. X., box 6,' Call Office. JAi'ANE E. IXCKLLENT FIIiST-CLASS O took with tto-rl experiences, deslies a place to work. Address MORI, lllVi Oupont st. JAPANESE CLEANER WANTS JOB to wash windows, sweep rooms, etc., by the day «.r hour. Address GEO. KuKLA, 502 Leav- enworth st. YV'A-^T^D-A POSITION AS COLLECTOR TT for a large firm by a man of lame business experience: go. . habits end good audress; refer- ences. Address S. F , box 80, Call. p ERMAN WANTS Po-tTIO-. AS GARDEN- \.J er aud florist: 20 years' experience. . s., box 2, Call ' W' ANTED -POSITION IN WHOLESALE store as porter or drive delivery wagon. Ad- dress FiSK. i.47 51i..na st. WATCHMAN — Pd-IlIuN. WANTED BY IT middie-aged mau with good reference. H. G box 105, Call office. 0T..0N0 YOUNG GERMAN, 28 YEARS OLD. O speaks some English, wishes work of any kind. Please address A. X.. box .0. Call Office. AMALGAMATOit MILLMAN WISHES A situation: Syears'exiierlence. Address J. W ia-eJ.il, FOWL H, 330 Pine st. MONr V WATCHES, DIAMONDS jewelry, silverware Uncle Harris, 16 orantav! VOUXG MAN (24) OESIRES POSITION X with private family: understands the care of horses plain gardening, and can m.ik; references Address D F., box 121. Call, WINCHESTER IsOCsE. 44 THIRD ST.. KB. " Market: 200 rooms vßc to SI 60 per nlgbt: 1 1 CO to ft! per week; convenient and respectable; tree bus aiiu bar cage to and Horn the lerry. HELP WANTED-FKMALE. U'AITRKSS. COUNTRY HOTEL, NORTH 122 60; call eary. C. R. HANSEN.* CO lOSGeayst. * CHAMtIERMAID AND WAIT, COUNTRY J hotel; *20; free fare. C. R. HANSEN &CO . ILB Geary st. -; .■.-.-^ '' 1 1 COOKS, PRIVATE FAMILY CITY. «25- --. German second girl, »20: 20 girls housework *15, *20. C. R. HAN EN _ CO.. .08 Gear' st. OMAN WHO CAN DO LIGHT HOUSE- TT work can secure a goo I borne and (earn dress- making. Call, afier 10 o'clock, 116 'lay lor st. OPvMSH NUi.SEGI, L; CARE OF CHIL- LJ dren for proprietor of first-class country hotel, south; «i 6 and free fare; office open to-day (sun- day), CR. Hansen <t CO., 10S Geary st. 6' IKLS FOR HOUSEWORK IN COUNTRY towns, see party here: for Sau Rafael 820. Alameda $25, Baker Held 120: call early. c R. HANSEN &. Co., 108 Geary su '.-';"' \L r / ITRESS TO-DAY (SUNDAY) FOR TT country hotel. »22 50. effl c open 10 o'clock. C. it. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. LADY CASHIER: PUBLIC. INSTITUTION matron: toy and fancy . goods salesladies; traveling saleslady, $12 and expense* s cnog- rapher; .sundry cashier, invalid's a tendant: pro- fessional nurse, $21. Ladles Exchange, 313 Bush st. (membership exclusively). HELP WANTED— Continued. GIRL ABOUT 16 YK.i RS OF" AGE TO ASSIST "J lady; coon home in t-anta Clara i ountv; small wages: fee and fare pain. MUKRA i <fe READY. 634-6. 6 Clay st, •VTEAT c. OK, PRIVATE FAMILY, COUN- -s-s try $20: waitress and assist chumberwork, country hole:, $20; housework girls, country. MURRAY" & i.EaDY, reading Employment Agents, 634-036 Clay s . P.i| YOUaG LA DIES FOR CHORUS AND BAL- -O\J let. Apply Monduv morning b tween 10 and 12 o'clock Washington H-.11. 35 eddy bl TAiLORE^.- WANTED ON COATS. 18 MINT aye.; call to-day. I 'IKL FoR LIGHT HOUSEWORK: COOKING: VT references; $12. 1126 Bush st. GIRL WANTED FuR CENERAL HOUSE- work. 2232 Mission st. , OOD W.tJlu.x WaIT ON LADY DO LIGHT » ' rework ; $7; references. 716 Franklin su APPRENTICE Oa CUsiuM VK-TS. GOOD parents call Monday 7:30 a. m , 427 Natoma. Girls wanted, bcokbindery. 616 VJ Commercial st., top flojr. : r : Cyj.t.P..TEN'T &EAMSr.tF:sS FOR GOOD - work. A 1 ply 14 Grant ay.-., room 58 st 1K i L FOR HOUSE WOttK; SLEEP HO.-.E: VA $ld: German prefened. bB7 san Jose aye , nr. Twenty slxin st. w » GIRL FuR PLAIN COOKING: NO vii washing; 2ln family. 319 East St., bet Clay and Sacramento. WANTED— FiRST-CLASS FINISHER ON /' custom coats. 706 Fo.som st. nEKMAN GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- VJ work. 1803 Mission sL r r^. E .. McDowell -making and a. Millinery school is the only successful - h-01 of Us kind on the coast; we teach the cutting, making, trimming and fining of styl su hats and dresses; ah are Invited 10 visit our schoul aud see for themselves; patterns cut to order ir&c up; pupi.s work for themselves; positions fiee. 103 Post st. "I AUIES FOR Os-FICK AND AGENTS; GOOD a— pay. Call for one week, irom _ to i, Blake block, :00m 22, Oakland. I ADIES' SHOE?!. SOLING, 35c; MEN'S • J shoes, soling, 6oc. all repairing done at halt the usual price. 562 Mission si., bet. Ist and 2d. IV' ANTED— AT S2y a FREMONT Sl., OPER- '* ators on steampower sewing macnlues to mike LEv'l STRAUO.-1 A Co. 'S riveted clothing, also flannel overshlris end underwear. \.ONEi LOANED ON WATCHES, dia- -s'4 monds.je-.velry.etc. I nee Harr.s. 16 Grant ay. I VR. WISE. Ladies' specialist, 1118 .mar- XJ ket st. ; monthly tioubles, etc. 1 visit siifficienL I AWRENCE DRE-b- CUTTING SCHO-L, J- 107» Market: a perfect fit guaranteed without trying on; call and beconvlnceL V T E FRENCH SKI PaTT RNS, 25C: J-' dressmakers furnished positions tree. McDow- ell Dressmaking and Mi.Huery School, 103 Post. ('\ C LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE VrJ-ts CALL suuscriplions and stau.a.ls taken. 1 OS I CONVENIENT A D lu.sl'KC i.a BLE; '• Winchester House, 44 Third st.. near Market 20 J rooms: 2ac to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per week : free bus and baggage to and -.rt.m ferry HELP WANTED— MALE. TO-DAY, SUNDAY. 10 4-horse t-amsters: new railroad work; call to-day, Sunday; office op»n at 10 o'cloc* sharp. C. R HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary sL ECON D LOOK FIRSi -CLASS COUNTRY' bote : fare advanced; $60. office (.pen to-day, Sunday. 10 A. it. C. R. HAN-.-.N At CO., JOB Geaiy st. POLISHER AND STARCH KB COUNTRY ■ steam laundry; $40 and found; office jpen to- -1 day. Sunday, 10 a. h. c. R. HANsEa A CO.. 108 | ue*ry st. j TROVER, RUN TYLER NO. 9. COUNTRY X laundry, $30 and found; office open to-day (Sun- day) 10 a M C. it. H . NsEN <fe CO.. 108 Geary. BLACK MIiH, ItAILK- AU CAMP, $40 AND JJ ft. und: office op n loda-- (Suuday). C. H. H ANof.N & CO , 108 Geary St. /'Ot'K. $50. COUNTRY HOTEL: 3 C'OttKs, V> $10, $.5 and $3...- $ Waiters; _ dishwashers, $.10 and $1.; laundrvman. MURRAY & REA- D l. 63. a d t036 Clay st BLACKSMIIH RORS SHOE ', CITY SH, : b.acksmttn for ran h blacksmith to rent snop: blucksm th ai.d wife fir large rancn; man 10 lay brie nd mix mortar. MURRAY dt RKA I'Y, 6 4 and 6 6 < lav st. . i.ack-mitu F..R machine -hop, 12 75 I day and increase: 2 men to feed wire nail ma- Chines: 2 cr.n iters, *3 day j a harness- mak- er*; 3 trick -etiers for pa i-m brn company. MURRAY * rsJEADY, 634 and 636 clay sl 'jO THE GREAT SAWMILL- AND oOD ! i X We want 35 men as common lab. rers. $26 i and found: no ex.perie cc required. MURRAY ; &. READY, b 4-6 6 Clay si. • 6 W'OODCHOPPERs, $1 75 $1 60 AND $1 A •-U cord, 4-toot wool: B.i s..in,le box bolt mak- ; ers, 4.1 .0, »1 --5 a cord: '.3 lie-make s. 8c each, ! redwood ties 6 laborers, city, *1 75 a day; 3 ! teamster?, ».. 7.. _ i a y; 7 furmhanis for vine- ; yards, farms and orchards. $26. $25. $20 and $15 I MURRAY ft Ri.A \, 0.T4 6 8 Clay st. Utr ANTED— RANCH lEaMsTER. NEAR " cut, $20 per month; farmer, n.ar city. *20 per inotiih. W D. u.\v tn «fc CO., 626 l lay sL STENOGRAPHER. $15: OFFICE MANAGER, 0 $20: advertising sol cilor, $^0: tiavellngsaies- man, $76 and expenses; school and churcn fur-ii- tuie salesman, confideulisJ clerk, married janitor, elevator-man. 313 Bush at. (membership exclu- sively ;. ; . IARYGOODS SALESMAN AND WI DOW- XJ dosser; man and wife, posi.ion of trust, $80; head hotel waiter, 6 de waiters, short-order coos:' night cook. CLERKs' 1 XcIIANGE imember- hlfi exclusively), 313 Bush st. ACTIVE, MIRt.NO TOY FoR .MACHINE work; mus be übl« to write plainly and give references. Adar. ss W. W., 1409 Jackson st. Til AN WITH SMALL CAPITAL FOR KLON- T'J dike enterprise. c. X., box 97. Call. \|EN GOING TO ALASKA MAKE EX- -I'-t penses sure; saie proposition. J., box 5, CalL WANTED IMMi.DIATELV-2 OR 3 GOOD ff reliable canvassers to handle our new -'1118- -tory of the Untied states Navy." CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 119 Phelan building. I> A INTER OR PAFER-HA WANTED 1 torn part of s or- wi.h ti.ree Lv.ng looms- rent in excuange for work- H. 8., box too. Call. ' V A N T E.i— G..OD COOK: APPbY THIs ff motnl 28 First sL Shof;maker WANTED. CALL AT 3119 O teen ib sl, groce y-store. AN D— FIRST-CLASS 1 OOK FOR RES- ff tauranL Apply iO9 Turk sl GOOD SECOND COOK WANTED. 134 THIRD street. OS ADAiM HOUSE, 321 ELLIS— ROOMs 25c AY to $1 per night; $1 to $4 per week; hot and co d baths. Wanted— AND WoMaN To WORK »» at home: I pay $8 to $16 per week for mak- ing crayon portraits: new patent method: anyone I who can read or write can do the work, at home, in spare time, day or evening; send for particulars at once. H. A. GRIPP, German Artist. Tvroue.Pa WE WANT A FEW MEN OR WOMEN IN f f every town to work for us day or evenings at their homes; pleasant emplo ment the year round: no canvassing; we pay $9 10 $18 weekly; any one wuo can real can do t..e work: you wl i find his a sp. endld opportunity: send us your ad- dress; we wn. send you full explanaiion and start you to work immedliiely. Address tandard Manufacturing ■ 0.. Department 47, 142 West Twenly-ihtrd st.. New York. b A BRERS' ASSOI lATION FREE EMPLOY- X) ment Office, s. FLCH-, sea, 325 Grant aye. BOYS 10 SELL GUM. APPLY BTO 11 A. M. 214 Pine st.. rm 13. Biing 30 cents. '^flllll PAIK! * S.iOEs — ANOTHER LoT OF — V/> \J men's shoes: been slight y damaged; at le s tban one- fourth their value; from 25c to $2 50. 662 Mission st.. be.- First and second sts. WANTED— A YOUNG MAN* WITH KNOWL- " edge of chemistry to learn a protitabe manu factoring business; must put up $500 for assur- ance a dbe wiling to work. Address, with full name ana particulars, H., oox 19. CalL BOY 1* TO 17 YEARS OF AGE. APPLY AT 200 Sutter St. 1. ARBKRCHAIRS repaired at stolTz's, i■> 63 > Market sl BARBER WANTS TO BUY SHOP in COUN- try town on easy terms. 8., box 16, 1 all. ADAM- HOU-E, 519 SACRAMENTO, A. Mrs CREERY, prop ietor;rooms 15c; $1 per week. S'-lf\t\ «»RBer-siiop for sa -in _ OV/V. Western Addition; 3 chairs; good loca- tion. Inquire 106 Ellis st. LjTYLISH HAIRCUT IOC; ELEGANT SHAVE O 6c; clea . towels. 602 Pacific sl, near Kearny. MONEY LOANED ON WaT« HES, DlA- monds, jewelry, etc Uncle Harts, 13 Grant THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR LADIES' and children's dres.-es. oil gold and silver. J. SILVERMAN, 984 Folsom, beL Fifth and Sixth. SHOEMAKERS! Mf . *S UPPERS TO ME AS xJ ure: $1 ana up SHIRLEY, 921 uoward st. SAILORS AND '■ . ORDINARY SEAMEN wanted at Lane's, &04 Davis St., near Jackson. HELP AVANTED-Conlinued. 4 MARKET ST. — BRANCH OFFICE OF 'IHE Call: want ads and i>ubscripilotis tacex \j EN'S FIN. CALF sHoi STO .DER, $2 50: M men's solelng, 35c: only one price. 959 Howard. , IJECRUIIa WANTED FOR THe" UNITED At states marine corps, tutted states navy; ; able-bodied, 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 anl habits and able to speak, read and write English, and be between 5 feet 5 inches and 6 feet in heignu For further information apply at tha ' recruiting office. 20 Ellis at. San Francisco, Cal. LARGE STOCK OF SECOND-HAND SHOES for st'le; aiso ladles' and m s-es'. irom 25c Up; mtsfl.s exchanged; good repairing: shoes made to order, any style, contral Repairing shop, 7*9 . Mis. ion. near Grand Opera- b .use; KOMB 10 75C PER NIGHT: 50CTO$1 50 ' per week. Oriental, 225 Drumm st. WANTED— AT MONTANA HOUSE, 764 »» Mission; men to lake rooms; 10.-, 15c and 25c per night: 60c. 90c and $1 per week. MEN TO LEARN BaRBkR TRADE IN 8 weeks. S. _'. Barber College, IHBI' 3 Eighth YOUNG MAN TO Li.ARN BARBER'S X irade. 434 Pacific sl MEN.- St. LEI 0, silc: LaDIKS, 40c: WHILE Xl you wait 638 Market: branch 767 Market Ul r\ '--1i.b.1-,— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE Vie/ CALL. subscription* and want ads taken, L' SIMON WANT'S JcO MEN 1 UOET BOTTLE Jl-L beer or wine be: tea. ires* lunch. 643 Clay. L LCHO HOUSE, M Ar.KET ST.— -.oo__ J J 20c. '-6c 10 oOc night: $i to vi week. LoT OF UNc ALLED-FOR KUuKS FROM 250 -i sp to $1 25. 662 Mission sL, oeL Ist and 2d. TRY ACME Hi. Use. 957 MARKET ST.. BE- low sixth, for a room: '_5c a night: $1 a week. SINGLE ROOMS 10c AND loc NIGHT, 750 and *l week. Ltndell House. Sixth and Howard. U ANTED. TOt OLE f.C 1 WAGES DUE LABOR- entiiclerks KN ox collection Acer. HOsuttae. U" INCHES.TER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR »» Market: 200 rooms. 25c a night; reading- room: tree 'bus and baggage o and irum the ferry. W' AN Tr.D — LABORERS AND MECHANICS ff 10 know that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprie- tor, still runs Denver lions" 217 Third et.: X-4 large rooms: '. 5.- per nlgnt: $. 10 $1 i*r week. AGENTS WANTED. 4 GENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE; $5 -"» daily made easily: most liberal p.an known: goods In constant demand; write to-day for full Information. Aluminum Novelty Co., 335 Broad- way, New Yorli. A GEN IS TO CANVASS IMMEDIATELY: no experience requireo; wouderiul improve- ment, needed everywhere; writ.- qu ck: samnle iv v.! vet-lined cas", 10c. Mutual Manufacturing Company, 126 Chambers sL. New York. SALESM N W'NTED To SEEL BY SAM- -0 pie at wholesaeand reuil; poods sold on si-ht; salary or ci.minl-.siou. Address Centeuni.l Man- ufacturing Co., 495 Eighth aye.. New York City. J ADY AGENTS TO SELL GOODS ON COM- X_ mission. Address C. P., box 109, Call. ; A A Tr.D— SIX CANVASSERS; LIBERAL f f terms. 320 i.evlsadcro st ,9toll a. m. I-'XFFJRIFLNCr.D ELDERLY L\DY CAN- J vass-r to introduce a new accessory to la lies' toi.eL « all 745 i.i Bion St.. b-i .v and 11 a. m. FURNITURE WANTED. nrAXTEIi-Fllt.MSlll-.D FLA OR BOUSE; »" cheap for cash. Y. V., box 35, Call Office. pAMI Fou FURNITURE, CaRPETs, TC; \J full value, Pacific Tur Co.. 228 Slockion st HIGHEST PRICES IO FILL NEW BUILD, ing. 840 Mission s .; teL Mint 1821, LJ. N. l A.s, 1-1 SIX i ST., EL' 1 h AND . sells furniture and carpets; also storage. INDIANA AICiIOA C... KEViOVKu .uU Montgomery st.;hi best prices pa d. Tel. Davis 7 1 FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED. Ur AN 1 El-— NICELY FURNISHED Hol-E »' north of Sutler st., west . f Van ess avenue: 5 bedro-ms; rent nut exceeding $150 Address J LI EN SMITH real estate ageut, 420 Montgom- ery st. FURNISHED FLAT WANTED. YOUNG MARRIED CoUPLE: NO iIIIL- X dren: - ding winter: desire furnished firs: < r second flat or c mage; 5 or 6 rooms; modern mii .vetuetits. satin.try plumbing: piano: hand- somely :i. w.y furnished; complete for honseke. p. int:;wes. of Join- .. tmt.il of Geary: n.. a .swers co.i- sidt red unless have all above requirements: be care taken; references given: sta c p.ir.icuiars; pii.-e M. M." box li-, Cai. office. HOARDING WANTED. l)of) tisAND BOARD Full GENT, wife and it Child near 1 mporinm: $45. II < ■.. box 85. 1 all. ROOMS WANTED. 1 SUNNY ROOM ND KITCHEN CONNECT- -1 Ing; f'irnts'led for housf^ieplng; in neighbor- hood ot Not Ilea.- . A X., b x 94, . all 1 trice. WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS. SECOND-HAND TRICYCLE FOR CHILD OF 08; state price. 411 Locust aye. v. ACHINERY, BOILERS, ENGINE-. BELT- ifi in™, tiols, scales, metats: cash or trade. H. 6 WHITE, 516 Mission St., near FTrsL si ACHINERY. BELTING, PIPE, BLACK- •'I smith tools, brakeblO k rubber, hose, toils of all descriptions bought and. sold. 204 Mission sL Branch store, 46 Clay sL J. LI VINGSTo.s. IADIES' SHOES. SOLING, i6c; -MEN'S A shoes, soling. 50c. all repairing dona at half ihe usual price. 662 Mission kl. bet. Ist and 2d. . D-HANDCLOTHING,DRE-SE-,^EAL,-KINS — wanted; best prices; send postal. 1020 Folsom. A KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., WILL PAY . cash lor clothing and Looks; send for me. I>AW.NBROKKR— OLD GOLD, SILVER OAST- off do- bins bought. Add. < 01. 1- Ma .v 41 Third. LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE s;(t ROOMS ON KEARNY ST $3000 —.O 9- room flat, very good 700 25-room hous. , tine sunny corner 1200 2--ro. m bouse, b-si corner in city 1100 18-room bouse, all rented, clears $75 600 81-room house, all retut d, $600 cash 1200 44 rooms, apamuent bouse, ail full 2800 18-room house on Sixth st gl.O room house near the Mint 900 28-rOom house. $200 cash 450 cm- property, ranches and business places for sale and exchange. 11. C DECKER, 102u MarkeL * —18 ROOMS, NEAR MAZ'I $450 ..1 A — 30 rooms, near Powel. clearing 100 A— 9o rooms ou sut tor. clears $300 3. ,00 Money loaned. SPACE & Co., 602 Market sL TO - ANTED— TENANTS FOR COKXE't 60,24 ff and 10- room houses sPEcK & CO. . 602 MkL 1 f\o SIXTH— GOOD-PAYING HOUSE; 17 J VfO rooms; cheap; account of sickness; make offer. Q-lli MISSION— IB ROOMS, ALL RENTED; o_\> good-paying house; price $500; going East. GOOD LODGI sG-HOUsE FOR SALE; NO reasonable offer rejected. Ap. 27 Va Fourth st. FECIAL— MUST BE SOLD ON ACCOUNT OF O si. kuess; 28 rooms; Post : net in. ome *150; price $2750. Adam's Advertising Agency, 7241,-j. .Market st. ADAM'S ADVERTISING AGENCY', 724% _— Mai kel at —Do you want a centrally located lodging-house ? if so come and Inspect our list. sslti^l A 40- BOOM LODGING- HOUSE. 147 tJpcH'VJ. Third st. (Alameda ..ouse). NEW FURNISHED .INO-HOUSE: 16 iv rooms- all occupied: cneup renL 246 Fourth. CHINAWARE. TALK ABOUT BARGAINS! READ THIS: Dinner sets, 50 pieces, light gray deooratlou, with border; per set, *4 - V -V" : " Dinner set, 60 pieces, wild flower, with gold trimmings, per set, $4 50. Dinner set, 50 pieces, bellflowsr decoration, with gold bandies and trimmings, per set, $5 75. CHEAPEST PRICES IN AMERICA. . CROCKERY, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE. ELITE CHINAWARE A SPECIALTY. . GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO. stores Everywuere. 62 Market street, san Fraucisco Headquarters. FREE. BICYCLES. WATCHES. CHINAWARE. BICYCLES. DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER WE can cflVr yon special inducements to buy a good bicycle; it will pay to investigate. 138 and 110 Ellis SL, cor. Mason. ITEKSONALS. ©END YOUR HOLIDAY ORDERS TO MOHNS 1 LJ >* KALTENBACH, 29 >larKtt St.: largest store for family trading; lOO.OjO gallon! of old, mild wines ami liquors to select rom: claret, c«-e. ldoz. quart*, $* __; Zinr»ndei. $3: Burgundy, $4; •■ eaoc, so: choice Riesling. $3 50. Gutedei, J»4; | nne whiskies and brandies. $2 50 up. sell by he gallon or bottle: f ee delivery across the bay: no charge for sampline; country^orders promptly filled: we are not srociia, but solely wine-haud- lers: Tel Main 310. "EXPEDITION FORMING-FIRST STEAMER A-j direct t • Dawson City, no haidships; low rates to all Alaska points: Inclose scamp. J. H. WOOL- ERI CO., pp-rs. Seattle, Wash. H : ANTED— AGENTS IN EVERY COUNTY. ' Eureka steam Cooker, 320 Devisauero, S. F THE IDRAL HAIRDi.EsSING PAUL. R«, A where your face is Idealised by good, artistic work, only Vac; switches from $1 up; the ri..est, best quality for $3 50 only; extra heavy, $5; dills' wigs to Older a specialty. G. LEDEREK, 111 Slockion si. QUINONIv HAIR DRESS ING; USE NOOTH- *_.-_'* the besL G. LEDERER, ill Stockton AIASS-OE TAUGHT. DR. GRETH, 6l6Va -I*l Laguna st. PJLE REMEDY — FOUR APPLICATIONS A does the w.rk. no p.iy till cured. Call or ad- dtess O. a. CARLSON, 30 Ellis St. WIVES ANo MOTHERS, SEND SELF-AD- « dressed envelope and I'll tel! you how 10 cure drunkenne-s wlibout the patient's knowledge: don't seid money. MRS MAE HAWKINS, lock box 131 D (key), crand Rapids. Mich. BALLROOM AND STAG DANCES TAUGHT plain or fancy, at IRVINE'S, 421 Post at. LADIES, MY MONTHLY REGULATOR NEV- X_ht failsibox free. Mrs. B .Rowan,. Mil waukee. Wis IJAO CARPETS WOVE TO ORDi.R A.NO FOR t sale; also chenille-wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer hi carpet twine. In hank or chain, al lowest I rates. GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth BL, Oakland. | L UCCr SSF'I LLY APPEARED IN OPERA, C concert and church, the following pupils of J. Greven. 121-6 Market st., during November: Mrs. ' K. Burns, Misses M. de Chent, L. Hansen, J. La Fontmne, K. Henderson, 1- Roeder. M. Tunlson, _ Wilson, and Mr. Ch. Schwerdtfeger. J^O. J. H U L'l H l ELECTRO-MAGNETIC massage treatments; alcohol baths. 8 Mason st. MISS RAY BENNETT, CHIROPODIST. 906 i'l Market sL, room 23.- -1 • ENTS* HATBANDS M DE, SUSPENDERS ' ' embroidered and mending done by MISS LOLti MON TEZ, 28Mi Sixth si., room 14. QT j SUIT TO ORDER: SAMPLE-; TRY O-L a. one. Neuhaus & Co.. tailors, 115 Kearny. PICTURE- FRAMING COMPLETE, WITH glass 7x.i Inches, iOc. bxlO and 10x12,15c: HxUand 12x16, 20c; 14x17, 2 c: 16x20. 30c: 18x22, 35c; 20x24, 45c; 22x28 Indies, 60c: hard- wood curtain poles comp ete. 16c: room-molding, all colors, lc per foot. JONES, 647 Mission st. GREAT CATARRH CURE; WILSON'S V P- oriz ng inha er; 326 a Ellis; lest free; cure $5. 'All BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED. $1; UUl'2s visiting card?, 25c. HILL 7241/2 Market HOT SPRINGS STEAM BATHS, TURKISH, ectric and massage. 46 Seventh sl. \ R*. DR. D. BARTON, SPECIALIST' IN CON- i*i bnements and female diseases. 808 Howard. MIsS ANDERSON, GRADUATE. SWI DISH l'l nurse; baths; genuine massage: Swedish i movement; ladies, gents. 906 Market St., room 25, second floor. ADVH.E FREE; DIVORCE LAW'S A SPEC- lalty :prlvaie:no fee witnout success icollectionj <'. W.HOW'E. atty at law. 850 Market.cor.stocktn. CLOAKS AND TaILOR-MaDE SUITS RE- I tailed at wlioleaala imur^s. 2d fcausomo st. HU.Vlfs-__L_.lU_, SANITARY PLUMBER. . laslitter. 623 uoldjen ..ate ay. Tel. Sutter 47L 1 HAVE YOUR FEATHER BEDS AND PH.- I lows filled. McCABB, 870 Mission, cor. Tiftb. I pOi.MS Willi E.NED.SI 50 UP; PAPERED,S4; X- tinted, 82. 1-. DIXON',42I Jones, tel. Blk. 129.C BADGF:s, PHOTO. AND BADGE BUTTONS made in San Francisco at Eastern prices. WALTER N. BRUNT, 535 Clay sL. S. F. 810 OUTDOOR STEREO I ICON S«OW EVE- J ry night tor. Market and Sixth sts.- artlstlcad- ' veruseme its in living light: promoters of ousi- n»ss. Consult OWL ADV. CO. 1140 Market ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN KVEiIV ROOM; lncnesler House. 44 Third sl, nr. Market; 200 rooms. 25c to"$l 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 pec wee*; tree bus una hues. ire to and from the lerry. LlliTE FI.IIO-- 11A.1'.. UF.MuVED BY O electrolysis. MRS. DR. WELCH. 2115 Bush. CTJITTOORDF.ro."> r..\ 1 *. r..Ai...M -MS. j 01- LKMOS 1117 -!nr-:e 't bet 7tli «nd Bt>i. 'I DRESSMAKERS. MME. GOLDSTr IN — ELEGANT, STYLISH \ dresses $5 up; dresses madeover 6 1 dv. 1 86. I CLAIRVOYANTS. AIRS. DR. F. CLAIIK, THE DISTINGUISHED 1 l'l trance clairvoyant and medium: while en- tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery In life: she will show yoa how to overcome your enemies, remove family troubles, restore lost af- lectlons: unites the separated, recovers lost, stolen or buried property; locates treasures, minerals: tells your entire lite, pust. present aud future, while in a penect trance. Hours, Ills, it. to sp. m.; perfect satisfaction guaranc ed by mail. Send j stump for circular with special terms MRS DR. I F.CLARK, run 25 & 26. 1206 MarkeL opp sixth, j MRS. DR. 1 IS_WO N D . -it iULC L A I I i'l voyait, card render and medium; full names I given: satisfaction guaranteed: Utiles, 50c: s.-nd loess hair; letters answered. 514 Geary, upstairs. A I ME .PORTER WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY- J'i ant card-reader, born duub c veil aud second sight; diagnoses disease, full life reading; la 50c. : gents $1 : palm, ana ciairv.; sil $1 60. ' 126 Turk. REMOVED— LKNEMAR TELLS FOR- tunes by- planets; predicted "74" s. earner on Island 231 2 sixth st. , Mr -ODA.N, Wi RLD-KF.NOW'ED CARD- ■l'l refer; past, present and future: ladies aud gents. 619 e.ady st., hours 9a. m. 10 8 P _ MMX. LE NORMAN RENOWNED CAR D- . read. business advice: an questions an- swered. 401 . eavenworth st. ARRIVED- WONDERFUL CLAIRVOYANT medium; reaaing 25c mi. week. 26 sixth YOUR FUTURE TOLD BY CARDS; LADIES A 10c, gents 25c. . 1037 _■ Folsom st \IME ZINKLLA.THE BUSINESS MEDIUM AU and astrologer; 2d floor, r. 12. 109 Grant aye. MME. Ran Na REaDS Lit- r. FLUENT!.*; i'l business advice; names given; 25c up.s Fourtn. MISS MYRTLE POTTER RETURNED; Lo- cated 865V-J Market, room 12, second floor. MME. sYBILLE. CRADLE TO GRAVn.; F"U- ture hnsbaua's picture 26c;ladies914 O'Farrell MME. SODAS, SCOTCH Si KRESS, CARD- reader and palmist. 619 Eddy, 9toBP. m. v . ISS MELVILLE, GREAT CLAIRVOYANT j'l aud water reader, 921 iA Mission, opp. Mliil MME. MOREAU, TE-T MEDIUM, CLAIR- voyanL card-reader: 260 up 7a Fourth st. MME HANSEN, PALMIST. CARD- WRITER; past, present and future; 25c - 148 6th, r. 5. MRS. DR. ANNA THOMAS— FIRST IN HER ■I*l profession: never falls: advice; help 929 PosL SPIRITUALISM. MRS KATE HOsKINsTbEVELOPI.Nu CIR i'l Mon.. clr. Tues , sit Ings ST. 701 McAllister. AM. FRANCIS. INDEPENDENT SLATS . writer. 118 Height St.; hours » until Dr. it MRS. SHRINE R, CLAIRVOYANT, MEDIUM; Sittings daily: 10 to 4. -30 Kearuy st. 1 KS J.J. SPIRIT UAEMEDIUM 1' for messages and advice. 218 Stockton sl LOST. YVT'ILL THE LADY WHO TOOK THE PURSE ft by mistake off the c-unier at Curtin's dry- goods store on Thursday morning last return same, as she is known. LOST— MONDAY, BROWN WATER SPANIEL Xj from 1615 Ellis st. ; return and receive reward. I . . — . LOST— A PASS-BOOK WITH T..E LIBER- Xj nia Savings and Loan society cf San Franc- isco in the 01 me of Patrick Derm tt, No. 173, 316 The Under w.ll please return ,0 bank. DROPPED IN FRONT OF 1626 SAC- ramento st. or elsewhere, on Monday I. ight, a blacK la c fan mounted ou tortoise-shell sticks. Any one returning the same to 1626 Sacramento SL will receive row aid. • . ,- * • •.; . LOST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBER- nia Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the name > f MARY AN D. RSON. Na 179,166. The finuer will p. ease return 10 bank. 1 OST-PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA XJ Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco In the name of Mai.Y, . ooni.Y", No. 2 6.826. T he finaer wl 1 p ease re: urn to bank. ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW. ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LA wTI^SPECV laity; private; no fee without success tcollections G. W. HOWE, atty at law,Bso Market, cor.stocktn. ADVICE FREE; 1 RIVATE MATTERS: MOD- erate fees ; open ev'gs. McCaBE, 103 Larkin. ADVICE FREE: NO CHARGE UNLESS SJO CesaXiU. M, W. DAVIDSON^ W7 UsUlttfCM BUSINESS. CHANCES. I;7|l|l CORNER OROCEBY -ND BAIL M %ip I V'V. J3..o— Partnerln good-paying saloon. ▼ $300— We. i-p.iying bakery and notion-store $600— Saloon: norm if .Market $2 .0 — Partner in old-established business. $500— One of the best corner lgar-stores ANDERSON _ CO., 777 arket SL EXT'., i T AND SKILLFUL PHYSICIAN, SO years' practice, M years of age, .ate of Hot Springs, ArK.. will establish a medical institute 52l San J-ranciscO: ior this purpose I want a purtne I^. a ady or centleman. «l h a capital of $4000 or^y $^loJca h: personal explanation. Aadresi Doc. tor, cox 60, Cail OlHce. CAMP& FREW'EN. 777 MARKET ST.. ROOM '4, will sell, buy or exchange you • bus! >•*<. Lodging-house, 38 rooms. >40 ; restaurant, $400- -ciuar and vane y store, $3.;0; grocery-store, lea and coffee route, S7-0; cigar-stand, iriji; i,.,, dene- In Fruiiva.e, $1250. HAW HAN ISLANDS: SPLENDID OPppß- tunity for a oiacusmitb wi h small capital- can m ke from $100 to $125 per month. Appiy lor particulars to WILLIAM CHRISTEN, 1709 seventh st.. West Oakland. "Si i\i\ V '-NER GROCERY AND BAR IN «Jp " v't'. growing section if Mission; estab- lished 6 years, low rent; larK" stable, horses c c; a good chance. Address 1 H . box 47, tblSufflne. 1 s^9^i(i Sr AT IO V *"' XY ' GROCERIES, ! ffr-—.fJ\'. bakery, candies, cigars, stamp agency. circulating library; mar 3 schools; deain the cause of sellm . R, box 2, Call. OLD-ESTABLISHED SALOON, THIRD ST. 1 centrally Incited; close to Call, Examiner and Chronicle buildings; most sell at once on account of sick 11. BATH I 8 ESTABLISHMENT FoR SALE; doing a first-class business: suitab c for a doc- tor's sanitarium; no ageuL Addriss box 4226, Ca.l Office. • RESTAURANT AND BAKERY DOING GOOD Xii business; present owners want to leave town: good it cation on corner. Address M. R. Lox 20, call oflice. ©1 •>* FINE TEA AND COFFEE ROUTE, X_t). including bursa and buggy. Call in af.erncon, 824 Lapp st. ESI-PAYINGBLA« SMITH-SHOP ON SAN • Leandro road for saie cheap D. PRATT, Frnitvale station. SALOnN NEAR MAR K..T:G IODBUSINT kj Apply car tan, MCCARTHY & CO., 31-2 Sacramento st. jA*\^ Gtr-'Ai", PARTNER TO OPEN OFFICE: CiTssC/C/. value In stock: references. R., box 2, Call Office. UARTNER OR PROMOTER IN FINK OIL X property: -bonanza." Apply 616 V» Laguna st. . PART-NT R WANTED: DAY' AND NIGHT SA- T loon. 650 sacianieuto st., turner of Kearny. UOK SALE— A LAUNDRY' OUT E, WITH A? hone anT wagon. Apply at 385 Eighth st. T EW HANDSOME 16-FOOT OAK BaR AND -L> back bar; bargal 1. 612 Bush st. C-'i- partner— fine INVENTION. tJp^-U. 616 Laguna st. HAND LAUNDRY' FOR SALE CHEAP; A. ter free. 102 Haves sl L < XIIAI L MARKET. FILLMORE ST., BET. i \V ashington and Clay; an excellent op- ortunlty for marketmen; we are about to open a first-class market containing 19 stalls fitted up in elegant .-' style, with plenty of air, light and ventilation. Ro- • man tiling in vestibule and fountain and flower- ' stand in center; an exceptional chance lot down- town dealers to open a branch or new dealers to begin business: this market will be light In the center of the best pa.ronace of the city. Apply for stalls to BoVEE, TuY _ SON N TAG, 624 Market st. ©9(in(l GROCERY; FINE STOCK AND tg)_.\J\J\J. fixtures; horse and wagon: living- rooms connecting; well established family trade; . in 1 est business part across tbe bay: rent cheap; good reason for selling; will stand strictest in- vestigation. Apply L. OFjSTEKR£.ICU.cH, 6tlo Aarket st.. opp. the Palace. ©1 f-fifl RESTAURANT; NEAR'MARKET* «i? XfjyjyJ. St.; this is the best chance for any one willing t-> go into business: seats nearly 100; owt.er will stay until buyer Is thoroughly ac- quainted with business. G. R, box 2, 1 a.l. RAN. BAKERY, TOYS, NOTIONS, school supplies, laundry: near school: no op. position: 3 sunny rooms, furnished or unfui> nl.'hed: must sell; sickness; cash or exchange. Twenty-third and Folsom sts. ffl>- r\f\ partner WANTED IN LIGHT f_)' O\J. Indoor business; suited to plain steady man satisfied with $18 to $25 a week : no previous experience required: trial given. 724Va Market St., room 17. ©'. Kfi RESTAURANT, ON PRINCIPAL tt_) • *J\J. street, doing fine business; good reason. for selling; fine chance for husband and wi-.V. •-ih_ Third. I^. ©I'(1A WOOD. COAL, HAY AND GRAIN? tJpv'cfV/. business and membership in Coal-dealt- ■' ers' Association. 4241/3 'Third sL ' WANTED— TO BUY' OR WILL JOIN PART- " nershit In first-class poultry andiprodnce bus- iness; si ate full particulars. Apply H. S.. room Sl, Brooklyn Hotel, Bush st. e-O-T- VARIETY STORK; GOOD STOCK, •7rc)4c>. fixtures, etc., complete: 5 sunny rot. ms; . ' i chicken-house; large yard; 50 young hens: for " I sale; rent $25. R. E , box 36, Call. pORNER OYSTER-HOU-E AND TAMALB^ V, grotto with a fine bar trade; hot lunch and meal* cooked to order; propr etor will remain 30 •' days if required. 2801 Folsom St. BARGAIN ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS; millinery and dressmaking business; estab- j lished 6 years: first-class trade. 3571 Nineteenth. ■ ARTNER TO START A WINE BUSINESS; experience no: necessary. 100 FTllmote st, from 12 to 1 o'clock. "" • 1 Al BER -SHOP, BILLIARD- HALL AND V ' cigar-stand in large country hotel. Apply • 3364 Twenty-first sL ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS; SALOON, 340J Mis- sion, cor. Thirtieth: a bargain: elegant fix- lures; low rent. Apply on premises. .- CARPENTER-SHcP FOR SALE; OLD-ES- / tabllshed; too J trade; fine location; any rea- sonable offer taken. J., 1505 Polk st. PARTNER; BEER-BOTTLING AND WINE . business; no experience necessary. 71. 14th ipRUIT-STORE FOR SALE; 0..0 D TRADE; -T first-class neighborhood. 409 Geary st. "VroTION -STORE, CIGARS" AND TOBACCO, J-\ for sale cheap. Apply at 143 Ninth st. pAMPtt BR I- WER, 777 MARKET STREET, V- 1 room 4: to buy or sell your business. ANTED — GROCERY AND BAR AD- . >» dress N. R, box 49, Call Office. PARTNER FOR RESTAURANT: ONE WH^sJr^ understands restauiaut business. 155 Minna, J LOR SALE— ONE OF THE OLDEST. LARG- A est and besi established retail fruit, prod- uce, poultry and game businesses in v alifornla: wholesale department demands c itlre time of present owner; an excellent 1 pportunily for an energetic man. Address 0., box 200, Ca 1 Office. J'OR SALE— NOTION STORE: BARGAIN; 3 large rooms; large lot. 2143 D wight way, Berkeley. Cj^i)-- PAYING BAKERY; SHORT DIS- »J) 4 —fl. tanre in country: good horse and wag- on; all p Ivate trade; bake 9 to 10 barrels a week; good opportunity for active man. G. H., box 135, Call Office. ' ' _i SPLEND.D &TEEN-WHEEL RIVER PAS- " senger and freight s earner for sale. Apply to T. K. sTA'I ELER, General Agent North PacihJ Railway, 638 Market st., 8. F. n ■ — ..' PORTLAND AGENCY "CALL" INQUIRE X this office or 133 Third sL. Portland. Or. COF'F-EF; AND TEA ROUTES SUPPLIED from CASWELL & CO.'-, 415 Sacramento SL /CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE \ WEEK I CALL, sent to any address in the i United .states or Canada one year for $1 50, post- age free. .; ' ;. i -' } FURNITURE FOB SALE. IpOR SAL.-— FURNITURE, (ARRETS AND ' -T cook! g stove, very chtap. 920 a Pine st. ; _- js«', VICELY FURNISHED FLAT OF 6 ROOMS; -Li 3 rooms rented, making over rent Call at 125 Tayior si , bet. 2 and 5 o'clock. L^URa .'llßh, sTTTVEs, CaRPETs.' cofjN^ A ten. showcases. ANDERSON. 1121 Market 3 • CABPET-CLEANINO. CI.V STEAM CARPE'T-I .'LEANING WORKS;, titans, moves, lays carpets. G. _. STEVEN^ ' Mgr- 38 and 40 Eighth st. ; telephone South 250, Uf HEN YoU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH poor work send toSPAULDINU'S PloneerC'a> pet-beatln-r Works. JJS3-67 Tehama sl; teL Salt ".* CARPELS cleaned, RENOVATED LIKIW new. J. McQUEEN. 463 Stevenson; teL t>.'___ ■ 4 DVANCE CARPET- l LEAN CO- ___ i\ tuner; iel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOSL -prop. Great Eastern steam ca'rpe 1 -CLE *.n ing works. 14 Bth, B. GRANT, let Jessie 20L Clf;aniavs, i C , LAYING, :^c: _7- SAM _ \J pies tree; teL Jessie 944. Stration. 3 Eighth. /IAKPEIS CLEANED* RENOVATED LIKB cbw. 2a Tenth; let. south oft Mackintosh & Co. T v: 1 MITCHELL CARPET-CLE ANIN'i. CO, tl . 240 14insL; cleaning Sc. a yard; iel. Mil 74! J ATTs.redab.e carpet-c.eaulng.renovts'Aiter. . ation works, 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie32L C, o^^^ l^' 2 * £■-**- *' - BEATING WOR** V iiii faoWea date »V* aciepnOM East i.e.