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BUSINESS OFFICE of ""he San Frauciwn
Ca.. comer of Market an<t Third Ftre *s: open
Ortll :; oVlock every nlrht In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 3T Montgomery etreet.
ecrrer Clay: open until 9:30 p. jn.
?00 Hayes etreet: open —n'U r-35 p. m.
fZZ McAllister street: cr>en until S:JO P- m.
C15 Lerkln etreet: of CBtO S:M P- m-
JP41 Mission ttreet: open until 10 p. m.
S2€l Market «reet. corner >;xteenth; open
urtJI 9 c. tn. »
JC6 Eleventh rtreet; open until 9 p. m.
K86 Valencia street: open until » p. m.
• Ncrthwest corner Twerf-second and Ken-
rucky ftreet*: open until » r- m.
a"*?TATED meeting and election of
officers of Yerba Buena Chapter pi
No. 1. Hose c-roix. A. and A. Scot- ; ,± —
tish Rite of Freemasonry, will be _&K J
hr'd in rommandery Hall. Ma- RJ
eonic Temple, on THURSDAY \U
EVENING, April 25. 190L at 9 . U
°' C ' OCk HENRY BURNER. Sec. *->
A STATED meeting <>f Yerba Buena
Lodge of Perfection No. 1. A. and A. jT
SrottiFh Rite of Freemasonry, will be fk
h<=ld in Commanderv Hall. Masonic Ja*
April 25 1SC1. at 8 o'clock.
HENRY BURNER. Secretary.
MISSION Chapter No. 79, R. A. M.— ft
Spec'al meeting THIS (THURSDAY)
KVEXIXG. T:3<) o'clock. . M. M. degree.
Liv order of the H. P. '
JNO. R. HILLMAN. Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1, F. and A., ¦
M. will meet THIS N JV f
EVENING. April 25. at *7:30 o'clock. JLX.
Third degree. By order of the Master. "¦'
FRANKLIN H. DAY. Secretary.
FIDELITY Lodge No. 120. F. and A. m
Si.— Special meeting THIS rTHURS-^*^
DAT) KVEXING at 7 o'clock. Third TC3^
<1egree v.-ill be conferred by members of '
t'ie Past Masters' Association. Master Ma-
funs cordiailv invited. By order of the u. M.
EXCELSIOR Lodge No. J66. F. and A. •
M.— Officers and member* are respect- -*£%-
:u\\y requested to assemble at the Ma- y>L^\
collie Temple. FRIDAY. April 26. at ' "^
1:30 p. m.. for the purpose of attending the
nbaeqdes of our late secretary. Brother
THEaE - SM g"r. WESTPHAL. W. «.-
DORIC Lodge No. 216. F. and A. M.— ¦
Special meeting THIS (THURSDAY)
KVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Third de- 1*,^
*,-«•<>. Marter Masons are invited. By •
«.rder of the Master.
- J. R. GOLDSMITH. Secretary.
THE S. F. Scottish Thistle Club A Ov
IXG. Fraternity Hall. 32 O'Farrell
rt . at S o'clock. "Smoker" follows.
ST. ANDREWS Society— Annual « «* >,
'rirnlly picnic at Fairfax Park, on 2V, iJlUJ
SATURDAY. May 4. 1901. Oak- N£*3£pe
Idrrt society will participate: boats '^»
from PauFalito ferry landing at 6:55. 9:30 a.
ri.. anfl 12:41 p. m. Tickets, 50c and 25c; to
he had from members or at wharf.
ALLAN POLLOK. President.
EARBER Bosses' Protective Association will
hold their meeting at 102 O'Farrell st at 2:30
p. m.. SUNDAY. April 28. All barbers are
iiivited to attend. Don't miss this meeting.
MoKINLEY is coming; a big chance for agents
to sell his life; call at once; commission 69
]>er oer.t. THE WHITAKER & RAY COM-
PANY. 7:3 Market st.
WANTED— A local ag»nt in each township to
sell our up-to-date publications; good re-
:runeration for first-class people. Address
STEPHE.VSON'. box 114. Sacramento. Cal.
TO sell lots Kern River Oil District, $30 up- :
ward; monthly payments: liberal commls-
flon. 44 Third St., room 644.
AGENTS — Do 5 - ou want something more profit-
able and easier to sell than books or Insur-
ance? Ad. F. PERSON, r. 412. Parrott bldg.
». PELTIER, asphalt roofing, sidewalks re-
ppirod: po«tiil. 1186 MiFFion: J .eT. Folsom 1607.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee without success: collections. G. W.
HOWE." atty at law. 850 Market, cor. Stocktn.
ADVICE free: no charges unless successful. W.
W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market Ft., opp. Mason.
L S. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldff.. 827 Mar-
ket Ft.: consultation free: no fees tn advance.
WIDOW with a child wishes 2 or 3 children to
board: yard: best of care. 1607 California gt.
A— $10i)0; SALOON with 9 rooms, surrounded
by factories, warehouses and lumber yards;
laree transient trade; r«-nt ?40. Call R. G.
WIL^vE. 2G 1 * Kearny st.
A- f 3000; GROCERY store (without bar) doin*
a large and profitable cash business; choicest
location in city. Particulars R. G. WILKE,
26',j Kearny et.
A— $2000: HOARDING and livery stable, West-
ern Addition; net rent $4S; clearing above $150
per momh; large patronage: stock of buggies,
horses and harness first class. Call R. G.
WILKE. 26',i Kearny st.
A— $400: BRAN'CH bakery and delicacy store;
rer.t $18; living rooms; location can't be beat;
gocd business. Call R. G. WILKE. £6%
Keaixy st.
A— $700: STATIONERY, variety store; cigars
and ice cream; Etock Invoices $1000; must be
sold at once; owner engaged otherwise. Call
R. G. WILKE, 26H Kearny st. _^
A— $1350: RESTAURANT and coffee, saloon on
Kearny St.; rent $75: clearing $180 per month;
Oaily receipts about $50. Call R. G. WILKE.
1*6 Vi Kearny Ft.
A-$2:«0, HOTEL of 15 rooms, barroom, dining
hall, etc.: rent $75; place established many
years; doing a steady, good-paying business;
rare chance for party speaking French and
German. R. G. WILKE. 26% Kearny st.
A— $o50; STATIONERY, candy and branch bak-
ery with living rooms; corner; Western Ad-
dition: rent $10: good business; clean store.
Oall R. G. WILKE. 26»* Kearny St.
A— $4X>0; SALOON on Market St.; place esUb-
llshed many years and doing a large busi-
ness; net lent $135; slcknes In family com-
jx»I* owner to sacrifice; a mint. Call R. G.
WILKE. 26 1 * Kearny st.
A~$20'V>; PARTNER wanted in old established
flower Ftore, with nursery, hothouse, etc.;
boiler, horses, wagons, plants and trees of
all descriptions: established many years and
doing a money-making business. Particulars
R. G. WILKE. 2J1V4 Kearny st.
JITtOO— PARTNER wanted; manufacturing busi-
ness; large sales; cash trade: staple goods.
MiLAUGHLIN & CO., 777H Market St.
SI75 — Millinery store: bargain; going East cause
<,f fale. MCLAUGHLIN & CO., TTT'a Market.
J7r>.) — CORNER saloon: business location; full
value for price asked; retiring cause of sale.
Mclaughlin & co., rm^ Market st. -
$iu»}— DAIRY and milk route with cattle, near
<nty: roing to Europe cause of sale. Mc-
LAUGHLIN & CO.. 777>4 Market st.
AAA— 1(« CIGAR stands. 200 groceries and bars.
300 candy and ice cream stores. 500 restau-
rants. $00 stores of all kinds; partners wanted.
Parties with J100 up can be suited. If you
want to buy « business call and pee us.
WALTER HAYES & CO., S3S Market st.
FOR private sale: some of the best saloons in
the oity. WALTER HAYES & CO.. 838 Mkt
2 RESTAURANTS: water front... $400 and $750
2 restaurants; Fourth st $400 and $SOO
I restaurant on Seventh Bt $1500
1 restaurant on Grant ave $000
IV-yides many others* also saloons, groceries,
lodging-houses. LUND1N & CO.. 906 Market.
WHAT? a building, a business, a stock and
fixtures, consisting of an oyster house with
restaurant; IKjuor license: doing big busi-
ness; centrally located and on Market: all
goes for $450. FISHER & CO.. 935 Market et.
J900— SALCON: rare chance for the right man
to acouire a good-paying business: guarantee
$L'0O per month clear of all. expenses; cheap
rent: 7 pood living rooms; no better location
In the city. Business Board Trade. ?2S Pine.
I HAVE bargains In groceries and bars, res-
taurants, bakeries, candies, cigars, notlo.it
drug stores, etc. JOSEPH BAILIE. 759 Mkt.
A FINE restaurant: city front; $li00. JOSEPH
BAILIE. 7c9 Market st.
1250— PARTNER wanted In an old established
rash business; owner well known practical
' buiinees man; profits average $S0 a month
to each. Parti«irtars with DONNELLY &
CO.. G32 Market Et.
WANTED— Energetic man with $3500 to buy an
old reliable patent medicine business, includ-
ing etock. formulas, secrets, etc.. owing de-
parture owner. Pleas* call from 4 to 9 p. m..
Mendel"* Pharmacy, corner Washington and
Broderick sts.
•"FORTUNES Quickly Made In Oil"; write for
new booklet (just out): also special bulletin
and advices on oil investments: mailed free.
BECKLEY & CO.. Bankers, CO Broadway.
New York,
Tl'HY not stop In at SMITHS' and get a box of
their fine French mixed candy? 3">c box: fresh
every day; full line of L-»wney's pkg. candies.
25 Market st. SMITHS" Department Store.
$160— PARTNER wanted; saloon. 640 Commer-
cial et., second door frcm Kearny; rent {.''.•.
J ntSINESS CHANCES— ConiUnti*;*!^
J3C0O— FCL^TURE store In b»ft business town
on coasi. «-ttabli»h«U IT yeart; sacrificed in
ordrr to close eitate; expense of investigation
paid by us if not found as represented.
HOKN. SOLOMON & CO., 30 Kearny st.
WE have two shoe stores for sale at nearly in-
voice price: call ana get particulars; it will
pay you. HORN. SOLOMON & CO., 30
Kearny st. . •
WHOLE or half interest In well-stocked paying
drue stcre on Market St.: rent only 5C: good
lease: owner leaving city on account of sicK-
noss: a bona-Hde bargain. HORN, SOLOMOJM
& CO.. 20 Kearny st.
STEAM laundry, new machinery, for sale, $1400:
or owner will sell half interest to Bocd busi-
ness man for $800: will guarantee- J1S0 to S300
per month. HORN. SOLOMON & CO., 30
Kearny st. ¦
WHOLESALE liquor store; established 11 years;
doing a business of $40,000 per year; books
•open to inspection to reliable parties; terms
If desired; a rare bargain. HORN, SOLO-
MON & CO.. SO Kearny gt.
I S3CC— BUTCHER shop and trade; fine fixtures;
cost more than price asked to fit up. HORN.
SOLOMON & CO.. 30 Kearny St.
$500— GENERAL merchandise store for sale at
a Fccriflce: telephone exchange reduces rent
to $12. HORN. SOLOMON & CO.. 30 Kearny.
WHEN you want to jell or buy a paying busi-
ness call on HORN. SOLOMON & CO., 30
Kearny St.; tel. Main 1604. -
OLD-ESTABLISHED livery, boarding and sale
stable; 27 horses. 15 hoarding horses. 4 hacks.
9 buggies. 3 carts. 3 wagons. 27 sets double
and sing-le harness, blankets, robes, whips,
halters and everything necessary to conduct
the business; income J900 per month: expenses
JCOO; will Inventory $7000; price $5500; owner
muit go to Honolulu. Call 1315 Stockton St.,
between Broadway and Vallejo.
LADY or gentleman partner with J2500; pay in
Installments of $300 each; $300 will earn
J100 per month. Box <0S9. Call.
FRUIT store for sale on cood located street;
rooms above; sunny yard; no other people in
house; good for 2 men. Box 4048, Call.
LADY or gent to travel and act as cashier;
must deposit $100; salary $15 per week, in-
cluding all expenses. Box 403C, Call offlce.
FOR sale, or will taka partner In delivery
business. Address box 4061, Call.
FURNISHED barber shop to let. SE. corner
Turk and Scott sts.
FOR SALE— A well-established grocery and
general merchandise business in Oakland,
Cal.; will sell for cost price of stock, which
will Inventory for about $4000; splendid op-
portunity for an active business man; rea-
eons for selling, sickness; principals only
•will be dealt with. For particulars see J.
F. STREET, Attorney at Law. rooms 16 and
17, K>3 Broadway. Oakland. Cal.
SALOON and gardens; established and kept by
present owner 26 years; retiring account old
age; large grounds, big trees, also tables,
benches, barns; few miles from S. F. ; town
S0O0: cheap; fare 35c round trip; near R. R.
station; factories; good place for bus rides,
email picnics, etc.; particulars to responsible
parties ; r.o agents. A. C. CLARK, 522 Third.
$230 — TAILOR business; no better location In
the city; Is positively worth over four times
amount asked: but It must go Immediately;
rent is very low; established 12 years. In-
QUire on premises. 505 Sutter st.
PARTNER: butcher business: doing business
J1200 and over: trial ffiven; experience not
needed: reference; must be sober and indus-
trious. Apply at 30">5 Sixteenth st.
SHOE store for sale in San Rafael; money-
making place for a shoemaker. For particu-
CO.. 35 Second st,, S-an Francisco.
WELL equipped French hand laundry; ex-
clusive cash patrons: without competition;
good profit: poor health cause of sale. Ad-
dress box 2S25. Call office.
A FIRST-CLASS new and second-hand ladies'
clothing store for sale cheap, as the owner
has other business; the rent is cheap and lo-
cation first-class. Apply 1023 Folsom st.^
RESTAURANT; best location In tov.-n; among
the big retail houses; a genuine offer. Box
4044. Call office.
RESPECTABLE lady of experience would like
ta manage a lodging-house; best references.
MRS. M. ST. CLAIR, Arlington Hotel. Oakld.
IF you want to sell your business Immediately.
Business Board of Trade, 32G Pine st.
BAKERY and restaurant for sale cheap on
account of Ill-health. Box 4019. Call office.
A MAIL dock restaurant, doing a good busi-
ness, for sale; account of other business.
Apply 597 First st. *
AN old-established fine paying grocery and
bar; on account of departure. 1315 Mission.
SALOON; old-established corner: 2 sunny liv-
ing rooms; must sell: other business. 554 4th.
FOR Sale— Good saloon: cheap; proprietor goes
to Germany. Box 37SS. Call office.
PARTNER wanted; must be a good cook or
waiter. Box 4016, Call office.
WANTED— A partner in saloon buslines. 640
Commercial st.
$123 — PARTNER wanted In restaurant: fine
bus.; no exp.: clears ?o0 mo. 496 Fourth st.
RESTAURANT for sale cheap, with living
rooms; complete. 136 Second st.
FOR sale — Candy store and ice cream parlor;
good location. Inquire at 1642 Market st.
OLD-ESTABLISHED mechanics' . boarding and
lodging house for sale. Apply Call offlce.
MAN with $300 to Join advertiser to work pla-
cer claim at Cape Nome. Box 2433. Call.
10 rooms: rent $27 50 $350
6 rooms; Ellis st 400
16 rooms; corner; fine for transient 10C0
10 rooms; on Eddy st., near Market 5C0
14 rooms; on Third st., near Market 550
14 rooms: on Mission st 550
40 rooms; rent $60: clears $150 1000
24 rooms; north of Market; clears $200 2000
27 rooms; Just finished; very fine 2800
20 rooms: on Geary St.; clears $135 2400
44 rooms; positively the best; clears $300. 3700
80-room boarding-house; clears TCOO 8000
8-room flat; sunny side 700
6-room flat; very good 325
j 5C0 other houses. 2 to 700 rooms.
$100,000 to loan at 1*4 per cent:
H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market St.. opp. 5th.
830 Market st. and 8 Stockton st.
Rooms 21, 22 and 23. Phone Bush 82S.
If you have hotel, rooming-house or busi-
ness to sell list with us. We have cash cus-
tomers for all sizes and prices.
63 rooms; downtown; modern apartment
house; clears $300 per month; flrst-
class Investment $3400
31 rooms; business center: offices: good.. 1800
12 rooms; rent $50; o*k furniture 1000
46 rooms; rent $175; cor.; clears $200 5000
11 rooms; rent $10; fine home; piano 850
10 rooms; elegant residence; partly fur.. 750
34 rooms; rent $130: elegantly furnished:
paying house; good perm, and trans... 2650
719 Market St.; money to loan; tel. Black 1803.
yo rooms on Market st. ; low rent $6500
21 rooms on Eddy St.; full 1400
21 rooms; corner: good furniture 800
15 rooms; good: -quite central •.... 850
50 rooms: clearing JlrO per month 3500
16 rooms; O. K.; housekeeping ....*. 1000
14 rooms: transient: fair furniture 550
15 rooms; corner: fine rak fur.; fine bus.. 1550
26 rooms en Larkin rt. ; rent $90 2000
10 rooms; 2 blocks of Market; rent $35.... 300
40 rooms; full; north Market; rent $120... 1300
12 rooms: boarding-house; fine 1400
17 rooms: central: 1 flaor: clears $75 mo.. 500
6 rooms: excellent fr.rn.; cheap rent... $200
15 rooms; rent $41 50; good location 475
21 rooms; downtown; clears $100 mo 1,000
55 rooms; fins cor.; apartment house... 2,500
102 rooms: biggest money-maker In city. 5,730
148 rooms; particulars given bus. people. 25,000
Hundreds to choose from .$100 to $100,000
Also boarding-houses and country hotels.
" See our special bargain list before buying. "
WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market St. '
63 rooms; cheap rent: for $3250
50 rooms; corner: part cash...." 2600
32 rooms: rent $43; clears $100 1200
26 rooms; corner: $600 cash 1100
17 rooms; rent $501 $30C cash 1100
COO other houses for sale.
Money on furniture at U£ per cent.
18 ROOMS; Mission st.; rent $60; price $723.
12 rooms; Mason st. ; rent $45; price $750.
35 rooms on Howard: rent $80: price $1000.
19 rooms on Grant ave.; rent $75; price $1500.
J2 rooms on Eddy: rent $58; price $650.
12 rooms; Pine: elegantly fur.; rent $50; $1200.
LODGING-HOUSES, boarding-houses and ho-
tels to suit every buyer: this office is licensed:
I am established since U92; I loan money to
buyers; general satisfaction guaranteed. Call
O. W. SCHWEINHARD. phone Mint 1911.
I Rooms 1. 2. No. 917 Market st., opp. Mason.
FISHER & CO.. 935 Market St.. opp. Mason.
48 rooms; north of Market; only $1600
16 rooms; Hyde: very finely furnished 600
20 rooms: rent $50: location desirable 900
If a bargain we have them at any price.
$300— LODG>NG-HOUSE, 14 rooms; very cheap
rent: water free; pays good profit. HORN,
SOLOMON & CO.. 30 Kearny st.
FOR sale— 10-room rooming-house; 12S>4 Ninth
et.: gocd location and cheap rent; rooms all
SNAP— $3t*: modern rooming house of 9 rooms,
1 b'-ck Van N«=s ami Market: north side;
rent $1.1. Box 3S26. Call offlce. •
A GOOD list of lodging-houses from J2«0 to
$25C0. .JOSEPH BAILIE. 759 Market st.
14 ROOMS: central: transient; neatly furnished;
rent $40; barcaln. Dcnnelly Co., 632 Market.
!?. * ¦ .. -.\/ r * /, ;";; '" ¦ ; j
| EUanufacfuritig Jeweler and Optician j
; 8i7_ JVIarkct Street » - i
' Old Gold, Silver and Hcidemy of Sciences Building , |
} Diamonds Bought San francisco . ', ;
.;; San Francisco, April 24, 1901.::
j; Business Manager\"The Call." v
<; Dear Sir: Kindly keep my ad . going as -
j; before. The results have been very sat- 'I
4 isfactory. It has been money well in-. ;
i: vested. Yours very truly, '•[,
ARRIVED— The celebrated 'gypsy Prince Les-
ter, whose free tests, calling your name, the*
name of the one you love and the name of the
one you will marry; the only medium in the
world so sure of his occult power that he will
give every person who comes prepared a won-
derful free tests. Call or write, with stamps
for answers, 1382 Market St., opp. Seventh.
AFTER a severe illness, Mrs. Dr. Farnham, the
world-renowned spiritual medium: advice in
all affairs of life; lo.wiuits, divorces, deaths;
unites the separated; mining a. specialty; clr-
• cles Sun.. Wed., Frl. eve. : letters answered.
Resid. (no signs), 513 Eddy. bet. Hyde-Larkin.
SPIRITUAL lecture and tests this. Thursday,
evening by C. E. Wheeler at 8 o'clock at Oc-
cidental Hall, 305 Larkin st., corner McAllis-
ter; seats free^ '
A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance. ' business
medium, life reader, medical clairvoyant; sit-
tings fl. 1164 O'Farrell. nr. Gough. EP.is car.
MRS. EBERHARDT'S convincing test meeting
to-night; 10c. 3230 Twenty-second st.: skeptics
Invited; telephone Blue 954.
MME. YOUNG'S demonstration of spirit return
to-night, 6C5 McAllister; 10c; come, skeptics.
MRS. GILLINGHAM will read sealed questions
and flowers, 8 p. m., 10c. 305 Larkin st.
SPIRITUAL meeting every night ex. Sun., Mon.
1238 Howard; convincing test. Mrs. Maxwell.
MRS HARLAND'S circle to-night; best tests,
10c; prophetic readings, 50c. $1. 148 Sixth.
EARLE. 622 Geary St., telephone Polk 1297 —
Readings dally; seances Tues., Thurs. & Sun.
PKOF. GEE. readings, L. 50c; G. $1; mail, $1;
cir. Tues.. Thurs., Sal., 8 p.m.; 10c. 513 Jones.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 333 McAllister— Mrs. C. J.
Meyer: sittings dally: tests to all tn-nlght: 10c:
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanent-
ly located at 17 Third St., next Examiner bldg.
She reads your life correctly, gives an accur-
ate description of tne past, reveals the present
happenings and portrays events to occur in the
future. If you are In trouble, discontented, un-
happy or not satisfied in life, or have domes-
, tic, love or business troubles, consult this great
medium and you will be told how to over-
come them. Valuable advice in all affairs, of
life; 25c up; perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the well-known trance
medium. Is permanently located at 1206 Mar-
ket st, corner Golden Gate ave., rooms 25
and 26; take elevator. Perfect satis? action
guaranteed by mail; send stamp for pam-
uhlet with special terms. Daily and Sunday.
MME. ARNDT, the great clairvoyant, tells
past and future; never fails: has the greatest
Egyptian secret; shows picture of future hus-
band or wife;, fees 25c up; satisfaction to
everybody: tlpsjon race3. 2i5\b Sixth st.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant .t card
reader, born with double veil — second sight;
diagnoses disease with life reading; ladles 50c,
gents $1; palm, and clalr. sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
ISMAR, the Egyptian gypsy, clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 114S Market, op.
€th; private readings dally, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
MME. GYEISN, trance, business medium, life
reader, medical clairvoyant; office hours 1 to
5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 100SV6 Market st.
MME. LAROSE. best clairvoyant, card reader,
test medium; 23c up. 472 Stevenson st.,cor.6th.
MME. ZEREDA, the gypsy; palmist; card
reader; 25c up; leaves May 20. 7 Seventh st.
MRS. MALLORY. clairvoj'ant, card reader;
¦when others fail consult me: 25c. 125 Sixth.
MRS. MELVILL, well-known clairvoyant, water
reader. 11 6th;German spoken ;tel. Howard 1S46.
YOUNG Miss Zemdar, clair.. palmist; names
given; hrs. 10 to 9. 1203 Market St.. cor. 8th.
MME. HANSON, palmistry, card reader; past,
present, future; 23c. .148 Sixth St., room 14.
I MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant and card reader;
ladles 25c, Bents. 50c. 132 Sixth st.
MME. SCHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader:
sittings daily. 448H Jessie St.. bet. 5th and 6th.
MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant, card reader and
palmistry; truth or no pay: 25c. 1149 Mission.
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently: business
advice: names given: 25c up 5 Fourth st.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
eend to-SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-Beat-
ing Works. 353-357 Tehama st ; tel. South 40.
SANITARY cleaning and dyeing company.
342-344 McAllister St.; phone South 146.
CITY Steam Carpet-Beating Works. G. H.'
STEVENS, mprr.. 38-40 8th St.: tel. South 250.
J. E. MITCHELL, Carpet-Beating and P.eno-
vatlng Ca. 240 Fourteenth St.; tel. Mission 74.
ADVANCE Carpet-Cleaning Co., 402 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM, Proprietor.
CARPETS cleaned at the lowest rates. STRAT-
TON. 3 Eighth st. ; telephone Jessie 944
CONKLIN'S Carpet-Beating Works, 333 Golden
Gate ave.: telephone East 126.
- .CORNS, bunions. Ingrown nails, warts chll-
. blains; painless cure. Dr. Duncan, 415 Sutter.
GEORGE XV. KELLY'S Agency— No^hargTun-
lesfc successful. Room 310. 927 Market St.
COTTAGE of 6 rooms and bath; rent $20. 2429
Buchanan St., near Jackson. _•
ket st., cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg.. you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty; gold crowns,
$3 50 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50 up; of-
flce hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; Sundays,9 to 2
p. m. J. W. THATCHER. M. P.. Manager.
EIGHT prizes for best crowns, plates, bridges
and fillings; extractions or fillings by my
wonderful secret, painless method; 20 years'
experience; no students: advice free; prices
cheapest and guaranteed ; lady attendants.
DR GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 O'Farrell st.
A— NEW unbreakable plate, the Rose Pearl,
warranted for 20 years; crowns.$3 50; fillings,
50c; plates, $5; full set; all work painless and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors.- 24 Sixth.
DR. - LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market, nr. Eleventh
—No charge for extracting when plates are
made; old plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per set: extracting, 50c: gas . given.
EXPERT dentist in order to build up a prac-
tice will fill teeth, make plates, gold crowns
and bridge work at bedrock price v, payments.
Office 1141 Polk st.. cor. Sutter; open Sundays.
CURRY. "Dentist": all work guaranteed. 214
McAllister St. : phone Mint 276.
PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush—
Full set of tecfli. $4: crowns. $3; fillings. 23c.
DR. R.- L.WALSH.815% Geary. nr. Larkin— Pain-
¦ less extraction 50c;plates $5 upiphone Polkll35.
DR. H. G. TRUEMAN. dentist, third floor. Ex-
aminer building: formerly In Murphy bldg.
LOWEST prices in'S. F. Painless extraction,
50c. N. Y. Dentists. 969 Mission St., cor. 6th.
VAN VROOM — "Painless" ; evenings and Sun-
days. 1001 Market St.. corner Sixth. "
SET of ' teeth without plates. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. .1341 Polk A..
McDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery School-
Class rates: patterns cut. 1019 Market' st.
ACCORDEON pleating: country orders prompf
attention. 121 Post, ovtr O'Connor & Moffatt.
, GALLAGHER-MA^ilT^oTle^eT^arrotrbidg^
Shorthand, typing and bookkeeping; Robert
F. Gallagher, expert court reporter, teacher of
shorthand: reportorlal phrasing taught; prac-
tical bookkeeping, full course, $50; catalogue.
S. F. — Bookkeeping, shorthand, typing, lan-
guages, telegraphy, English branches, civil,
electrical and mining engineering, etc. ; day
& night sessions; new SO-page catalogue free.
AYRES 1 Business College. 723 Market St.— Day
& eve. ; bookkeeping, shorthand, typing, teleg-
raphy, etc.; life scholarship. $50; individual
instruction; positions secured; catalogue free.
A— THE LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law and medical
colleges; references, President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. 1'helan building.
tions guaranteed to it by written contract and
¦. can therefore with confidence guarantee posi-
tions to all Its graduates. 305 Larkin st.
ENGINEERING— Civil, elecmining.mech., sur-
vey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1S64. Van
.der Nailien School, 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
A FULL course of Ellis bookkeeping and the
Gregg shorthand costs only $60. San Fran-
clsco Business College. 1236 Market St.
A SPECIALTY— Perfecting beginners: business
college graduates; bookkeeping; figures; short
time. TARR, exp. aect., 220 Parrott bldg.
MERRILL-MILLER College, shorthand and
typing, removed to new quarters, rms. 40-45,
Parrott bldg.; Individ, instruction; catalogue.
WANTED— A few pupils in all branches in
oil painting by very competent lady teacher;
50c. Box E, Call offlce.
PROF. MERKI, from Paris, violin, mandolin,
guitar; experienced. 1008 Mission st.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc. ; day or eve. ; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. Eth.
ILLUSTRATION— night class. 424 Pine st.
ITALIAN Labor Supply Co.. 24 Montgomery
ave., tel. John 14S1. will supply labor free of
charge; specialty of railroad help, farm
hands,, miners, gardeners, fruit pickers, etc.
JAPANESE Employment Office and House-
cleaning Co., best help: send men at short
notice. 1125 Sutter, nr. Polk; tel. Larkin 233*.
JAPANESE and Chinese help of. all kinds;
cooks, waiters and house servants. GEO.
AOKI & CO., 421 Post st ; tel. Bush 135.
JAPANESE, central housecleaning £r employ-
ment; all kinds help. 1046 Sutter: tel. East 203.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese employment of-
flce; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 51S8.
ORPHEUM Employment Offlce— Japanese, Chi-
nese help.426 Powell, nr.Sutter: tel. Black 5072
CHINESE and Japanese employment offlce —
Best help. 4W4 O'Farrell st. : tel. East 426.
RELIABLE woman wishes situation for gen-
eral housework; is a good cook; city or coun-
try; no postal cards. 10 Stockton place, eff
Grant ave.
A WORTHY woman wants to do plain family
sewing and mending. Address room 31, 116
Sixth st. ,
A GOOD cook wishes housework In private
family; country preferred; references. Call
420 Minna st., near Fifth.
SWEDISH girl wants situation at light house-
work and plain cooking; $18 per month. Call
2725 Twenty-second st., corner Bryant.
WANTED— By competent Danish girl, situa-
tion to do second work or general house-
work. Box 4068, Call offlce.
SITUATION wanted by competent girl for
general housework and French or German
cooking; references. Address box 4069, .Call.
COMPETENT, reliablo woman wishes to do
general housework; no objection^ to a short
distance in the country. 79 Jessie st.
WANTED— Place In private family for general
housework. 2951 Pine St.
WOMAN . wishes to do washing. Ironing and
house-cleaning by thu day. S56 Mission St.-
YOUNG woman with a child wishes a position
as working housekeeper. Call at 3 Seventh st.
MIDDLE-AGED woman wants a situation;
general housework or chamberwork in hotel.
Inquire 77 Natoma st.
RELIABLE girl wishes a situation as nurse
or, upstairs work and sewing.. Call at 4305
Eighteenth st. ¦
WOMAN wishes situation to do chamber work
or light housework. Call 422*6 Ivy ave.
WANTED— By highly recommended young wo-
man, position as maid or to care for children
going East or to Europe. R., 2210 Webster st.
JAPANESE man, Is good cook, and wif?.
want situations with family in countrv.
FRANK TAKOKA, 363 Seventh St., Oakland.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St., near Mar-
ket— 200 rooms; 25c to Jl 50 per night; $1 50 to
$6 week; convenient ana respectable; free 'bus
i and baggago to and lrom ferry.
SITUATION wanted by single sober reliable
coachman; handy willing allround man for
private place; Chicago references. Box 4067,
Call office. ' J-
BOOKKEEPER, experienced (German, 35 years
of age), wants position. .ROETHING, 1214
t* Laguna st.
WANTED— A position by ii good cook and
baker in hotel, restaurant or boarding-house;
city or country. 62 Second St., room 14. . t
A RELIABLF- man, 25 years of age, would
like a permanent position; $50 security. Ad-
dress 781 Mission st. ¦_ '
BURNISHER wants work on plated or silver
. ware. F. E..16S0 Eleventh St., W. Oakland.
GENTLEMAN would like different engage-
ments; can do surveying, civil engineering,
architecture, etc.;. quick service. Apply 1C33_
Union st.
AN Eastern man wishes position as a manager
or steward in a flrst-class hotel or restaurant;
city or country; 20 years' experience; very
best references. Box 4021. Call office.
WANTED— Position In hotel: city or country;
experienced: acquainted with traveling fra-
ternity; good references and security; willing
to be tried. Box 4024, Call office. r
AN experienced traveler would like engagement
after May 1; best reference from present em-
¦ ployer; salary no o'oject until ability Is proven.
Box 4045. Call office. -¦ . .
YOUNG Frenchman. . 25, highly educated and
speaking several languages, wants position.
Box 4020, Call office.
TO druggists! Wanted— A" situation; two and
a half years' expener.ee; not a graduate;
¦ willing in all: city or country; Al references.
Box 3856, Call office.
YOUNG man wants position in grocery and
bar; had one year's experience in bar work;
can speak German ard English. Box 3S36,
Call office. , ..;..¦ ..;.>
POSITION • by • Japanese as porter "In saloon
or barman. ¦ Address 211 Eddy st. ; telephone
Jessie ¦ 1588. '
WITH good references, I want a place as cook
in boarding-house or institution In this city.
Address YEE LING, 20 Prospect place,. city. ¦
A FIRST-CLASS all-round blacksmith and" a
helper; city or country Box 4038, Call. ,
SCOTCHMAN wishes situation to work In coun-
try.« Box 4013, .Call offlce.
• POULTRYMAN; understands incubators and
brooders. Box 222Jr Call . of flee. Oakland.
1 deal only In first-class securities: the cau-
tious Investor can usually find something In
1 my office exactly suited to his needs; call
' and see me. You are always welcome. .
Room 40, 310 Pine st.
FLAT of 3 fine rooms unfurnished for house-
keeping; large storeroom, balcony and yard.
923 Shotwell st. _¦
A — 10 DAYS free; sunny 7-rooni, newly reno-
vated; 442\a Sixth St., near Harrison, $18.
FOR. rant— Furnished modern flat, 6 rooms., ?or
4 months from May 1: cheap. 1530 Grove st.
SIXTH. 536A— Upper flat, 5 rooms and bath;
rent $12; water free. . . . • > .
6 SUNNY rooms, bath and tubs. 176 Thirteenth
St., near Howard.
3 ELEGANT new flats; Church St.. near 18th.
PLATS TO LET — Furnished.
A NICELY furnished modern flat of 4 rooms,
complete; reasonable. 613 Eddy st.
GOLDEN GATE ave., 1517-MIddle: piano,
bath, garden, etc.. $26; upper. $20; lower, $12.
$400— NICELY furnished sunny flat, .6 rooms.
JOSEPH BAILIE. 759 Market st.
FOR sale — Nicely furnished 6unny upper flat,
6 rooms, bath; Powell, near Pine; no agents.
Box 4015, Call offlce.
4 ROOMS furnished in cak. US r-0, with No. 7
range. King Furniture Co.. Ilg7-1131 Market.
FURNITURE of 5-room house; house to let;
rent $13. 12% Hollis st. ¦
VELVET parlor carpets and Magee range. 1806
Geary st.
ASSORTMENTS of furniture carpets and
stoves;. give us a trial. 1114 Mission st.
TO receive highest value for furniture, carpels,
etc.. see W.E.Ccdy. 757 Mission: tel. Red 3353.
ART goods and fine furniture bought. Indiana
Auction- Co., 117 Sutter St.; tel. James 141.
AUCTIONEER John Elder., 22 Kearny, buys &
• sells your bus., merchandise, fur.. carpets., etc.
IF you want to sell furn., mdie., etc.. se* J. A.
Munro & Co., 240 Stockton st.; tel. James 134L
A. WOLLPERT. 773 Mission St.. pays highest
• price fop second-hand furniture: tel. Red 1354.
Auctioneer—/ 1 - Vincent, 1305 Larkin ; tel. Polk 694 ;
furniture <fe furn'd houses bought: spot cash.
CHAS. LEVY 'buys ycur furniture, carpets,
nlfmos. otc. 1135 Market t=t. : tr\. ,Te93le 7S1.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S. ..Phcne Grant 1S5
Waitress, San Jose, flrst-class hotel $25
2 waitresses, summer resort, see party here..
Waitress, Newman, fare paid $20
Waitress, Nevada County, see party here.. $23
Waitress, south, fare paid $25
10 waitresses, city $20
Chambermaid, first-class hotel, country.. $15
Woman, general work, hotel, Sonoma $20
Cook, boarding-house, country ...J30
10 house girls, country, fare paid ..$15-$30
In fact all women or girls looking for sit-
uations as cooks, house girls, second girls,
nurses, at good wages, city or country, apply.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
A BOOKKEEPER for country: references. C.
R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary St.,
WANTED— Laundress, $25; cook, small country
hotel, $35; second cook,' coffee-house, $7
week, no Sunday work; cook, small boarding-
house, $30; 4 cooks, German style, $30; parlor
maid and waitress, $25; 6 second girls, $20-$25;
waitress, country hotel,, $25; waitress, coun-
try restaurant, $25; chamberwork and sewing,
country, $25; cook, wash and ironer for Ta-
coma, fare paid, $30. .We also want a large
number of servants for general liousework
for American and German families in both
city and country to fill our numerous situa-
tions, too many to advertise; wages $20, $23
and $30. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
316 Sutter st. :
A— MRS. M. E. DAY A CO... Phone Main 1575
Head waitress, $25; 4 waitresses, country, $25;
8 waitresses, $20; 5 waitresses, city, $25 and
$20; 4 chambermaids to wait, $20; pantry
woman. $20; head chambermaid, hotel, $20;
chambermaid, flrst-claas hotel. $15 i...
¦ German cook, $40; housekeeper, small Amer-
ican family, $25; cook, 2 in family/country,
$30; 2 house girls, ranch, $20; house girl, 2 in
family. Santa Cruz, $20, fare paid, see lady
here. MRS. M. E. DAY & CO.. 335 Geary st.
WANTED— Refined lady, with $100, to learn
genteel and profitable business and accept
good position, in country. Apply SCHOT-
TLER, 3 Eddy St.
OPERATOR on pants; must be flrst-class;
Eteady work; high wages. BELASCO-H AR-
RIS CO., 541 Market st. ,
WANTED — Seamstress in cloak and suit alter-
ation department. Apply at HALE BROS.,
979 Market st.,- before 11 a. m.
GIRL with references; upstairs work In family
of 3 and 3 children; call between 10 and 3.
2201 Broderick st. . .
"WANTED— Neat reliable gfrl to assist with
housework; reference. 4118 Twenty-fourth St.,
¦ near Castro.
A LADY of indomitable energy, possessed of
self-assertion; good opportunity to right par-
ty. F. PERSON, room 412. Farrott building.
EXPERIENCED operators on silk waists;
steady work. KONIGSTEIN. 400A Turk st.
FIRST-CLASS buttonhole maker on coats.
135% Natoma st., near New Montgomery.
WANTED— Young girl for general housework.
1287 O'Farrell st.
AN experienced apprentice on coats. 935 Mar-
ket St., room 14.
WANTED— A girl to assist at housework. Ap-
ply 222S Clay St., corner Buchanan.
A GIRL for general housework; German or
Swedish preferred. 1608 Geary st.
WAITRESS wanted; call early. .519 Post st.
GIRL to work in bakery and help to keep
house; wages $13. 142 Second st. -
COMPETENT girl for general housework and
cooking; -call after 10 a. m, 433 Oak st.
GIRL for general, housework, $15 per month;
sleep home. Call at 373 Hayes st.
WANTED — 2 girls for tailoring work at 131
Russ st.; good wages. .
GOOD girl; general housework; wages $13. 776
O'Farrell Et.
WANTED-Lady for shooting gallery- Inquire
443 Dupont St., near Pine.
GIRL for housework. 2320 Sutter st.
WANTED — For South America, a well-bred
nursegirl to take charge of three children;
must furnish best references; leave with
family next week and engage for two years.
. Call Wednesday or Thursday between 1 and
3 p.m., (absolutely no other time), room 357,
Golden W r est Hotel, city.
COOKING teacher for training school; gradu-
ate preferred; hours 3 to 6 dally; also Thurs-
' day and Saturday evenings; salary $25 month;
references. Address box 403S, Call offlce.
EXPERIENCED girl to run buttonhole ma-
chine; good pay. JUDA BROS., 109 Battery.
AMATEUR singers wanted. • Apply at Chutes
at 6 o'clock this evening.
GIRLS wanted to sew by hand. 723 Market
st., room 25. ¦ ¦ ¦ ; - '- ~y
EXPERIENCED girl to work In candy store.
Greek- American Candy Co., 44 Fourth st.
TAILORESS and apprentices wanted for coats.
631 Stevenson st. ¦ • .
FINISHER on coats; also buttonhole ' maker.
133% Natoma St.. near New Montgomery.
WANTED— In San Rafael, for general house-
work, an active obliging girl between age'of
¦ 28 and 30 in family of six; wages $30 month;
must have good references. Address P. O.
box 196, San Rafael. •
WANTED— A good coat finisher. £20 Kearny
st., uj>stairs,\room.l.
GIRL to assist in restaurant: experience not
necessary. Apply 1727 Market Bt. .
GIRL for part housework; must be good cook;
$25. Apply between 10 and ' 2, 2346 Jones st.
2 FIRST-CLASS, finishers on trousers. M. J.
KELLER CO.. Oakland.
BUTTONHOLE maker, finishers and appren-
tices on custom coats. BELASCO & HAR-
RIS CO.. 541 Market Bt.
ABOUT J0O more operators wanted at LEVI
STRAUSS & CO.'S. overall factory, 32 Fre-
mont St.; no experience necessary; good
wages. Apply to MR. DAVIS.
HAIRDRESSING taught In 4 weeks; positions
Eecured when finished;. eve'g. classes; term?
reasonable. Ha Irdressing College. 574 Geary.
MILLINERY, taught in 3 months; positions se-
cured when competent; ' eve'g. classes: terms
reasonable. Millinery .College. 574, Geary st.
WANTED— Experienced shirt or waist opera-
tors. EAGLESON & CO.. 533 Market St.
CLASSIFIED ad wertisernents and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore st.
A WEEK'S new:i for 5 cents— The Weekly Call,
IS pages, in wrapper, for mailing; $1 per year.
A^njRRAY^&^EADY^ Phone Main 5S4S
..Leading Employment and Labor Agents..
WANT 7 A. M. TO-DAY ... £•••••
Cooper, tight work a ?Z
Woodworker and wagonmaker "*~
2 millwrights, sawmill company, see Doss
here .
12 blacksmiths, shops and camps ll*-A"^"I',-
$oo, ?J a*> a -%
3 blacksmith helpers zz "j"Im
7 miners >>? and ss0
10 laborers to dig ditches, long J° b ""V':^
25 farmers, hay makers, etc 42b and *ou
Milk wagon driver $35 and found
3 butchers, slaughter house and I£? c V'jjj
15 cooks, city and country.... $33. $« and %M
12 waiters, city and country hotels '"Z1Z
..$23 and $30
Bakers," country shops'; "cook and wife; stew-
ard, officers,* mess ,-••
Call down and read our bill boards, contain-
ing full lists. MURRAY & READY, .*3i-636
Clay st. .
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S. -Phone Grant 185
Head laundryman. country hotel. $80; head
cook. cafe, country. $S5; baker and pastry
cook for summer resort. $60; second cook,
country hotel, $50: baker. Institution. $3o:
cook for a mine. $40; hotel man as steward.
$40; 2 omnibuses, country hotel, $25 and fara
paid; silverman, country hotel, $23 and fare
paid; 10 dishwashers and kitchen hands. $20.
$25 and $30; 3 bell and elevator boys. $13 to
Chris Johnson, the porter, please report....
Coachman, good references, $3»; gardener,
private place, $25; 4 milkers. $30: 3 black-
smiths, $2 23 and $2 50; farmers. $28
Tunnelmen and drillers, free fare, $2 to $2 50.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
A— WANTED i. ,
Waiter for officers* dining-room In institu-
tion, near city. $25. board, room and laun-
dry. W. D. EWER &.CO., 610 Clay st.
Rough carpenter, $2 50; 3 men to hoe vege-
tables. $26 and board; blacksmith and shoe,
near city. $40 and found; carriage painter,
country, $45 and board; buggy washer, coun-
try stable. $30 and found: 2 milkers for Point
Arena, $30; 2 single hand miners, $42 and
board; road teamster for Mission road, $30
and found; dishwasher and kitchen hand, $20
and $25; sheep herder. Fee boss here, $-5;
handy man for ranch, $23; cellar man for
country, $30. W. D. EWER & CO.. 610 Clay.
FOREMAN for dairy. $"5 and found: milker
and wife, $50; 5 milkers. $30 and $35: 10 farm-
ers, $25 and $30: man about place. $25; chore-
men. $20 and JJ3; man to milk 10 cows and
do chores, $25; 10 laborers for country, $2 a
day; railroad section men, free fare; wood-
choppers, tlemakers and others. J. F. CROS-
j ETT & CO., 628 Sacramento St.
BAKER, country shop, $55 and found; hotel
• cook, $40; restaurant cook, $9 week; hotel
and restaurant waiters, city and country,
$25 and $30 and $40. and others. J. F. CROS-
ETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento st.
AT CAL. EMP. AGENCT. 53 Third st. : phone
John 3131—2 carriage painters, country, $2 50
p<*r day; 4 carpenters, country, $3 to $4 per
day; 2 milkers, $35 per month; 2 milkers, 16
to 20 cows, $25 and $30 per month; 5 men to
cot wood. Dine, $1 25 per cord; 4 men to
make redwood ties.
WANTED— Elderly man to cook for 4 or 6
men; wages $15 per month. Call at ANDRE'S,
316 Stockton st. .
A— HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery, rm. 12.
Head waiter for country hotel. $43, free fare;
3 colored waiters, country, $30.
PANTRYMAN for city, $20; elevator boy,
$25; youns neat hall boy. $10. MRS. M. E.
DAY & CO.. 335 Geary St.
JOURNEYMEN Barbers' International Union —
Free employment; only recognized union. 115
Turk; tel. Folsoro 1583. I. LESS. Secretary.
AN experienced merchandise packer, late from
the- East, city references: moderate pay:
could take other work. Write or call, E.
HOLLINGSWORTH. 1122 Market st.
BRIGHT boy (16 or over) to make himself
useful around machine offlce. Apply Thurs-
day 7 to 9 p. m., 507 Franklin St.. nr. Fulton.
GENTLEMAN of indomitable energy and push;
good opportunity to right man. F. PERSON,
room 412. Parrott building.
FIRST-CLASS men who know how to open
and cook oysters wanted. Call after 11 a. m.,
126 Third St.
WANTED— Two young men for light and gen-
teel employment; can make from $2 to $3 a
day; must have'$50. Call 220 Third st.,rrn.43.
WANTED — First-class silk and dress goods
salesman; state ase, experience and salary
expected. Apply box 4064, Call offlce.
WANTED— First-class window dresser; state
. age, experience and salary expected. Apply
box 4063. Call office.
ERRAND boys wanted. GREENBERG &
GREEXBERG, 31 Grant ave.
WANTED— A strong boy to work In paint
factory. Apply at 177 Valencia st. <
BOYS wanted. Inquire at the Rope Works,
Potrero; wages from $1 per day upward.
FIRST-CLASS, all-round mechanic for bicycle
repair shop: steady Job. Box 4038. Call.
FIRST-CLASS custom coatmaker. 310 Bush
YOUNG man wanted to learn trade. 152 New
Montgomery st.
BOYS wanted for factory work. 132 New
Montgomery Bt.
WANTED— 100 men to take rooms. 10c, 13c and
20o. Boston House. 930 Howard st.
STRONG boy to learn custom shirt cutting.
36 Geary St., room 46.
CLERK for grocery and bar. Corner Sutter
and Larkin sts.
FIFTEENTH-ST. House, 1561 Fifteenth St.—
Kitchen help wanted; dishwasher.
BOY 16 to 19 to put up stickers, $3 week; per-
manent. Address box 4065, Call offlce.
STRONG man wanted to shovel ground. Call
at - Eighteenth and Hampshire sts.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WANTED— A paper hanger with tools. 13S6
Market st.
LUNCH waiter from 11 to 12 p. m. 515 Va-
lencia st.
WANTED— A dishwasher at 108 Seventh at
BOY 18 years old for Alaska. Apply at once
schooner Reliance, Third-street wharf.
WANTED— A first-class waiter. 29 Stockton st.
BARBERS: 2-chalr shop for sale, $73; rent $6.
403 Pacific st.
MACHINIST, one who understands sewing ma-
chines with knowledge of button-hole ma-
chines preferred. Standard Sewing Machine
Co., 6 and 8 California st.
PANTS presser to take charge of shop; steady
work; good wages. SELIG BROS., 103 Bat-
tery st. t ',-¦•¦:¦
EXPERIENCED Jewelry salesman; must work
evenftig: state previous position and salary
expected. Box 4040, Call offlce. , . v -
FOR sale— A good 2-chalr barber shop; good
business; low rent; a great bargain. Box
4039. Call offlce.
GOOD cash boys wanted. S. N. WOOD &
CO.. 71S Market st.
Oakland. ' i
BLACKSMITH helper. 212 Railroad avenue,
near Fifth avenue south. ¦ ' f
"WANTED— Neat youns waiter. 210 Townsend
street. , • .
PARTNER in plain cash business; pay $65 to
each; $150 required. Lundln & Co., 906 Market.
BARBER shop for sale. 701 Mission St., cor-
ner Third; must leave city.
A GOOD boy or man wanted to do peddling;
$4 50 a week and up. Call at 563 Natoma st.
from 7 o'clock In the morning.
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House, 217 Third st.; 150 large
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per-week.
"WANTED— Man with J300O to. handle a $30 000
" exhibit at Buffalo. Box 4014. Call ofBce.
PANTS pressmen wanted by S. N. WOOD &
CO. Apply at factory. 27 Geary gt.
BARBER shop, 2 chairs; cigar stand;*$175. In-
quire 3901 Twenty- fourth st. •
BLACKSMITH and 2 helpers on wagon work.
316 Railroad ave.. S. S. F.. Butchertown.
COMPETENT locksmith and belltianger: state
reference and experience. Box 4005. Call. '
WANTED— German agents, well dressed good
talkers. Call 9-10 a. m. at 605 Parrott bids.
BARBERS— A 3-chalr shop for sale ch°atv 14
Turk st. . '
G^st 1 facto;7Tf
B WO^ S & °gor^Ge^ Pl s y t faCt0ry ° f S " *•
G F T r7 our -J hoea half-soled while waiting: 25c
to 50c. t-62 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
ABOUT TEN more agents wanted at 347 Third.
WANTED— Flrst-class cock for hotel: refer-
6 m 63 r " e< ? ulred - C. E. EMERSON. Susan-
WANTED— 500 men to buy new and Znd-hand
army shoes. $1 up; soling 20c up. 923 Howard.
McDONALD & PERRY have »00 pairs second-
hand shoes for sale. 50c up. 241 Third st. '
AT cash prices for $1 per week, men's suits to
I order. NEUHAUS & CO., 115 Kearny «C
nELPTjTAN^Jp— -MALE: — Con.
"WANTED— Recruits for the marine corps, \j,
S. navy; able-bodied unmarried men of goo<i
character, between the ages of 21 and K-
not less than 5 feet 4 inches and not over i
feet 1 inch; able ti> read and speak English
For further information apply at the Recruitl
ing Otfice. 40 EUis st.. San Francisco.
MEN — Our catalogue explains Row we teach
the trade in two months, saving two years;
mailed free. W«? have no ic shop in connec-
tion with our coliese: chairs and furniture
are all made to our own order, with a view
to cleanliness and convenience.
Beware of any cheap imitations.
WANTED— For a wholesale liquor house a r«-
liable man for a city delivery wagon: only
applicaticns statin? former occupation anj
experience with references will be consid-
ered. Apply box 4025. Oall office.
WANTED— First-class carriage blacksmith and
a first-class carriage gear and body maker;
steady employment to right narty and first-
class wages. Apply to A. M"ISTER & SON3
CO.. Sacramento. Cal.
YOUNG man to do janitor work for his tuition.
S. F. Barber School. 741A Howard st.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket — 70O rooms. 25c night; reading-rooms; fre«
'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
A BRANCH offlce for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1034
Valencia st.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch offlce. 220O Fillmom st.
HOTJSE of 8 large sunny rooms, nicely fur-
nished; piano, garden, laundry; May 1, for
3 or 6 months: rent reasonable 2T!S Mission.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market.
J27 Sixth st.: auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
FINE pair of draft horses. 5 and 8 years old:
round; weight between 15C0 and 1SO0. Address
F. W. SWEETSER. Novato.
S. F. VETERINARY College will commence ita
Sd session June 10. Catalogue by applying to
M. L. Pancoast. sec. 510 Golden Gate ave.
FOR sale— Span light youngr mares: campln*
wagon and harness. 1302 Mission St.. room 2.
S SECOND-HAND sprinkling wagons in food
order for sale. 377 Shotwell st.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness.
etc.. cheap. EGAN * SON. 2117 Mission st.
GOOD business horses, wagon horses, heavy,
light, fast pacers and trotters. 721 Howard.
AN a No. 1 express vegon. single, also light
camping wagon, for sale cheap. 532 Mission.
A-PRIXTED LIST Houses to let: send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSE.V & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
A— NICELY furnished 3 rooms arid bath; pianoj
etc. 1312 Howard st. ; $40 a month.
SUNNY house 9 rms.: conveniences; large yard;
basement. 19^ Central ave.. near Sacramento.
TO let for 3 months, commencing June 1; a
house of 17 large sunny rooms; billiard-room;
library: large ornamental grounds: use of
stable; cows, poultry, fruit, flowers and vege-
tables; fine view and climate; easy of access
by electric cars; rent very low to deslrabla
tenant. For particulars apply to R. S.
BROWN. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
TO let in Santa Barbara— Furnished hous«:
house and furniture new; fine location; two
blocks from Arlington Hotel and one block
from trolley line: ten minutes* rids from
beach; house contains four bedrooms, serv-
ant's room, etc.: gas and electric lights; th»
most complete and best furnished house in
Santa Barbara. For particulars • address
FRANK M. WHITNEY. Santa Barbara. Cal.
YOU light your flame, and by the time you are
disrobed hot bath 13 ready, at a cost of 2Vic;
call and see It In operation: send for Illus-
trated pamphlet. RIEEON WATER HEAT-
ING CO.. Examiner building, room 6P7.
LOST — Small gold heart In or near Hale' 9 storo
on Market st. Reward at Wt'LFFS Grocery.
Seventh ave. South and M st.
$5 REWARD— Lost. Irish setter dog: tag 4Xo.
Return to 624 Polk st.
LOST — At Techau Tavern, solitaire diamond
ring and rameo ring; reward $20. Return to
521 Capp st.
LOST— Sunday afternoon, on golns to the park.
a heavy gold chain. A liberal reward on re-
turning same to 1C12 Thirteenth st
FOUND— 20-foot skiff. 1 car marked S. A., El
Campo. Fishermen's wharf.
Wanted— Old jroH for manufacturing. O. Xoltr.
Jeweler. 248 O'Farrell. bet. Powell and Mason.
GENTLEMEN wishing to marry wealthy ladles
send 10c for lUt. MRS. HERTZ. 70fi Kills st.
to order or renovated, feather and hair
cleared: expert carpet cleaning: strictly rell-
ahie. HOPTCE BROS.. TIS-KO Eleventh st.
A— RENOWNED specialist; those who desire to
obtain results promptly: I treat ladles only;
my regulator has no equal; all classes of f«-
nnale complaints relieved by treatment su-
perior to all others; the only treatment that
helps the unfortunate; the most obstinata
cases are Immediately relieved without pain:
no other treatment will do this: the most dif-
ficult -cases treated: scientific methods guar-
anteed. DR. G. W. CfDON.NELL, 1018 Markt.
A— Dr. V. Popper, the well-known female spe-
cialist, cures all female complaints in ona
day: the longest and most obstinate cases
relieved without pain: every woman her own
physician: can be sent: experience In atl
cases for 37 years. 12 Mason st.. near Market.
DR. AND MRS. DA VIES. 1223 Market, ladles'
specialists; 32 years' practice; all cases treated
by our wonderful herb remedy: a t-ellabl«
treatment, superior to any other: positive cure
guaranteed at offlce; patients treated can re-
turn same day; harmless; consultation free.
A TREATMENT that is guaranteed to give
instant relief for all female complaints at of-
flce; travelers helped at once: home in con-
finement: consult free. MRS. DR. KOHL.
1122 Market St.. next to Owl Drug Store.
DR. and MRS. GOODWIN. 1033 Market St.. nr.
6th— Expert specialists: well known ana reli-
able; 25 yra. experience: treatment guaranteed
»to give Instant relief from all female troubles;
avoid incompetent specialists: consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH. reliable specialist: 25 yrs.'
successful practice; guaranteed treatment at
• office; any ailment: home before and durlns
confinement. 942 Post. bet. Hyde and Larkin.
MRS. DR. ALLEN. 1118 Market— Reliable la-
dles' specialist: best medical care: low fee*.
BOILERS, engines. ?d-hand machinery. Mc-
PCTOSH & WOLPMAN. 133-1?7 Fremont st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, counters.
linoleum, new and s«ccnd hand: we always
have a large stock of salcon cutflts on hand;
82 complete outfits on one floor, ready mad»:
we can ship everything In 24 hours. J.
. NOONAJJ. 1017. 1019. 1C21. 1023 Mission St..
above Sixth: write for catalogue.
A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery. «»-¦
irlnes, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys.
etc. WHITELAW. 213 Spear st.
BEAUTIFUL cluster diamond rtng. opal cen-
ter, for $60; worth double the price. UNCLE
HARRIS. 15 Grant ave.
FINE stilts. M0: dress pants. $2 75. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st.
A— J3 50 DERBT and Fedora hats. Jl 75. Popu-
Iar Price Hatters. S30 Kearny st. near Pine.
BASEBALL calendar, containing pictures of
Bill Lange and Georpe" Van Haltren: 30c post-
pa!d. S. R. CHURCH. 3Q7 Sansome St.. 9. F.
TYPEWRITERS at acy price to close them
out: different makes: call early fcr bargains.
DOMESTIC sewing machine: 7 drawers; good
order; complete; cheap. 1915 Mission, nr. lith.
A NO. 1 young fr»sh cow; milks 13 quarts daily;
gentle: reasonable. 83 Shotwell St., cor. 13th.
SAMPLES tailor male suits, size 36 bust;
silk lined; chear. 819 Post st.
FIRST-CLASS? second-hand modem engines anrl
boilers bought and sold. KHOGH MFG. CO.
GAS. steam, oil and mining machinery bouslit
and sol'l. Livingston. 5T.S Mission st.. nr. 2rt.
2C0 LIGHT marine set. directly cortnerted: good
shape: cheaD. H. S. WHITE. SIB Mb«4aa st.
ENGINES and bol!er3: second-hand machinery.
J. BURKE. 139 Beai» st.
Gasoline or distillate eug;ne«. new ft 2<l-hanJ;
all sizes: guaranteed. NEWELL. 56 Bliixome.
PHOTOGRAPHIC an-J masie lantern good*
bought. «cld. exchanged. 103 11ont<»"Tn»ry st.
SAFES— Nevr anrt second hand. THE HEit-
MAN SAFE CO.. 417-4:3 Sacramento st.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand iVovins pic-
tures. BULLARD & ERECK. 131 Vr,*t ft.
SAFES— New and seconj hand: all si3t»«. THK
WALTZ SAFE. 109-m Market st.. San Tnn.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekiy
Call. 16 pages, sent to any address In th«
United States or Canada one year for %L

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