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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL,; TUESDAY , OCTOBER : 1 , 1901.
gAJf FRAJTCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of The San Francisco
Call, corner of Market and Third streets; open
until 12 o'clock every right in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— £27 Montgomery Etreet
corner Clay; open until 9:30 p. m.
SOO Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. m.
629 McAllister 6treet; open until 9:30. p. m.
CIS Larkin Etreet: open until 9:30 p. m.
1941 Mission Etreet; open until 10 p. m.
2261 Market Etreet corner Sixteenth; open
until 9 p. m.
106 Eleventh Etreet: open until 9 p. m.
1096 Valencia street; open until 9 p. m. \u25a0
Northwest corner Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky streets ; open until 8 p.m.
2200 Flllmore street: cpen until 9 p. m.
MEETING NOTICES. __.
CALIFORNIA Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.. m
will meet THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN- _/\_
ING. Oct. 1. at T:3o o'clock.— Stated TS/C
meeting and R. A. degree. By order /
of the H. P. FRANKLIN -H. DAY, Sec.
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. 30, F. and A. m
M.— Stated meeting THIS (TUESDAY) A,
EVENING, at J:30 o'clock. Degree 3.KJC
EDWIN L. MEYER. Secretary. v^
PACIFIC Lodge No. 136, F. and A. M., •
121 Eddy St.— Stated meeting THIS _ Jf\-
E VEXING, 7:30 o'clock. JV/S
G KQRG E PENLINGTON. Sec. * V
ORIENTAL Lodge No. 144. F. and A. M. *
—Stated meeting THIS (TUESDAY) -IV.
EVENING, at i o- clock. jU\
A. S. HUBBARD. Secretary- '»'
DIV. No. 2, A O. H.— The regular
monthly meeting of this division will >»LWJjf
be held at Hibernia Hall, 120 Ninth _J&vg.
Et.. on TUESDAY. October 1. 190L at ff^gjj
7:30 p. n.. *
JOHN KENNY. President
T. L. CLANCY. Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' meeting— Notice is hereby
given that the annual meeting of the stock-
holders cf the Bank of California will be held
at the banking house in this city on TUES-
DAY. October S, 1S0L at 11 o'clock a. m. By
order of the Board of Directors.
ALLEN M. CLAY. Secretary.
GIRL «ud bey baby for adoption. MR8. DR.
FCKKE. 1416 Eighth ft.. Alameda,
McKINLEY*S Life, by Murat Halsted; best
author; best book; best terms; retails $1 50;
will dUDlicate any offer on inferior books;
credit given; freight paid; outfit free. J. S.
ZIEGLER & CO.. Chicago. 111.
AGENTS WANTED— Life of McKinley. five
hundred page large book; handsomely illus-
trated; outfit free; now ready; 75 per cent
discount to apents; freight paid; credit given.
HENRY NEIL. S23 Dearborn St., Chicago.
•WANTED— Canvassers for the only dustless
floor brush manufactory for household, stores,
public buildings; fast seller; big profit. Call
or add. Geo T. Bryant. 14 McAllister, r. 36.
OUR martyr Presidents. McKinley, Garneld,
Lincoln: their Illustrious lives and glorious
deeds; handsomely illustrated: outfit sent on
receipt of 25c. J. A. HOFMANN, 1219 Bush.
AGENTS wanted— Life of. McKinley; 600 page. |
large book; handsomely illustrated; outfit J
free; now ready. S. C. "MILLER & CO.. Port- j
- land. Or. 1
TWO solicitors to canvass family trade on tea
and coffee proposition; liberal inducements.
Box 744, Call.
HALSTEAD'S "Life of President McKinley":
agents wanted. THE J. DEWING CO.,
J. . PELTIER, asphalt roofing, sidewalks re-
paired: postal. 11S5 Mission; tel. Folsom 2477.
ATTOllXISVS AT LAW,
ADVICE free— Divorces a specialty; quick;
quitt; no charge without success; collections,
wills, deeds, etc.. prepared; charge low; estb.
16 years. Atty. G. W. HOWE. S50 Market st.
ADVICE. free;divorces private; bankruptcy ;col- I
lections ;attachments ; mortgages; bills of Bale: j
partnerships; deeds; wills drawn ;fees low;open j
eve's. THURSTON. 100SH Mkt. r. 4. op. 6th. \
ADVICE Iree; oi>en eve.: moderate fee If sue- ]
ceseful. EDW. R. SHIRRAN. 927 Market Et. j
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful. W. i
W. DAVIDSON. S27 Market st. opp. Mason. ]
L. S. CLARK. Emma Soreckels bldg.. 927 Mar- !
ket st. : consultation free; no fees in advance, j
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
LADY wishes child to board; country home; j
easy terms; reference. L. LEITHMANN,
;, Dimond Postoflice, Fruitvale.
WANTED— Young boy* to board in refined fam- I
ily. MRS. GEORGE SAN'DOW. 762 Clayton. \u25a0
MOTHER'S care and good home for two or
three children; low terms. 1607 California 6t.
~ BOOKS — SEW AXD OLD.
BOOKS of every kind bought. TeL Red 2956.
HOLMES BOOK CO.. 704-706-708 Mission Et.
ASK to Eee Lundbeck's improved drawer
trunk; at all dealers or factory. 826 Howard, j
$400— CORNER grocery and bar, . with livinp
rooms, in best rart of the Mission; call at |
once, you will have a bargain. R. G. |
WILKE, IS 1 ,; Kearny gt. i
A— J750; THE leading delicacy store In the Mis- !
sion. doing a first-clat-s paying business and '
having the cream of the trade; fresh stock, j
elegant fixtures; a rare chance. Call R. G. (
WILKE. 26H; Kearny st. j
A— $1000; PARTNER wanted in old-established \
corner saloon: best downtown location; a rare
chance. R. G. WILK5, 26^s Kearny st.
A— $1100; RESTAURANT close to»Market Bt; :
near Chronicle bldg.; a good paying business.
Call R. G. WILKE, 26% Kearny st. ;
A— $2500; LIVERY and boarding stable north of i
Market St., clearing above $300 per month; full j
valu<» in sight; a rare opportunity. Call R. j
G. WILKE. 26V± Kearny et.
A — S450; GOOD-PAYING saloon, close to the j
water front; rent $25; must be sold at once, as j
owner is compelled to return to Michigan. Call •
R. G. WILKE. 26% Kearny Et. \
A — $600; CIGAR store; rent $20; very beet stand
on Kearny st. ; owner muet leave for Fresno ; |
value in sight. Call R. G. WILKE, 26^ j
Kearny £t. j
X — $400; CORNER saloon on Mason St.: rent $25; !
good business; must be sold at once; owner j
accepted Government position. Call R. G.
WILKE, 26% • Kearny gt.
ATTENTION, buyers — Lodering-house, 9 rms.,
price $350; 12 rms.. $250, with piano; rooming-
Bouse. 41 rms.; rooming and boarding, 12 !
rme.; hotel, 40 rms.; restaurant on Market St.,
a great bargain, $500; restaurant on Third St.,
price $2(X«>. for chances for any business call
on McBRIDE & CO., Auctioneers and Real i
Estate, 1016 Market st, opposite Fifth.
MAN with $500 capital; best investment for thf "<
money in the city. \u25a0 McBRIDE & CO.. 1015
Market Bt.. opposite Fifth.
CHOP houseT $12i McBRIDE & CO.. 1016
GROCERY and bar. JCSO. McBRIDE & CO.. i
1016 Market Et.
J200— PARTNER wanted; light business; suited '
to plain, steady mar satisfied with $15 to $1S
a week, with chance of increase; no experi-
ence required. la Geary St., room 1.
PARTNER wanted to take active part in light ;
business, where $500 can be made the next €0 ',
days, with chance for $100 a month the year
round; must have $600 and be willing to as-
;-i« generally. 25 Geary gt., room 1.
5 LADIES wanted with $200 each as directors
in gold mining company having rich deposit
in Shasta Co. G. NEWTON & CO.. 759 Market.
A— JS50 CORNER saloon; city front; clears $"200
month. STRAND & CO.. 209 Kearny st.
A— $3500: GROCERY and bar: estab. -16 years;
fine trade. A. H. RETSLOFF. 906 Market st.
WANTED— For an old established corner gro-
cery and liquor store, south of Market, a
proper tenant. Apply at Washington Brew-.,
ery, cor. Lombard and Tayiorsts.. forenoon.
WANTED— Working partner' with some capital
in a new manufacturing enterprise; quick re-
turns. Factory, 235 Valencia st
TO let — Front Btall in Grand Western Market
for butter eggs and delicatessen business. J.
H. EGGERS. 1212 Polk st.
A— $75 ;• FRUIT, cigar and lunch 6tore; good
trade. Pacific Business Exchange, 765 Market
LADY wants gentleman buy Interest establish-
ed business; terms suit buyer. Box 865,, Call. 1
FOR sale — A grocery and bar. Inquire at An-
chor. Brewer}'. 1*31 Pacific St., near Larkin.
FOR sale— Grocery business In resident part of
San Jose. Address D.. Call office, San Jose.
CIGAR store for ecZe. 229 Fourth Et -7V % :?;'
WA NTED— An energetic business man with
$1250 as partner in old-established coal busi-
ness clearing $300 per month; fine large horses
and wagons; large stock on hand; or will sell
the wbcle: stock and improvements invoice
13000. J- H. ET ANTON. 47 Post st
W WTED— Small ranch within 100 miles of
c"-'ty some improvements and never falling
Fpring water; will give a fine paying grocery
cleariiis ?12» month in exchange; no agents;
owter only. 633 McAllister gt.
FOR exchange-Lodging-house for chicken
ranch near town. Box 829. Call office.
"FLATS TO LET—-Contlnocd. _
HAY WARD »t., 2, near Eighth— Sunny upper
flat, A rooms; rear: $7. -
SUNNY 8-room; 2 kitchens; corner bay wln-
dow; middle; modern. Key 417% Third st
LOWER flat of 4 rooms, bath. 4054 Nineteenth
\u25a0at, near Castro. \u25a0- • • '" "
FLAT of 6 rooms; gas range; $10. Jersey and
SUNNY upper flat, 6 rooms and bath;, new
plumbing; first-class condition. 2108 Baker st.
$11—291 SHIPLEY, near Sixth, flat 5 rooms,
bath, gas; nice yard. • \u25a0 \u25a0
FLATS TO LET — FURNISHED.
LASKIE, 27, between Eighth and Ninth— 3 sun-
ny furnished rooms complete for housekeep-
ing; rent $12. _^_
CAPP, 913, near Twenty-fourth— Completely
furnished flat. 4 rooms, bath; porch; $20; no
children. . . _^__
CLYDeTTk"eLLErTi28-130 Hayes, nr. V. Ness
—Best work and lowest prices west Chicago.
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
$17 50— SOLID oak bedroom set; plate mirror. '
$1 — Solid oak chair; factory price.
$2— Enamel beds, all sizes. Tel. Folsom 1328.
Seary's Credit House, 1429 Mlsslop, nr. 10th.
4 ROOMS furnished in oak. $48 50, with No. 7
range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
A. L. STORRS, 634 Ellis st; telephone Jessie
1464; highest price paid for furniture, carpets.
Will furnish your house on monthly payments.
A. B. Smith Furniture Co.. 123 & 132 Ellis.
3000 YARDS carpet; leather library set, 5 pieces,
cost $125. D. GREENWALT. 708 Valencia at.
FURNITURE good as new of' 3 rooms for
housekeeping. 262 Minna st. ; no dealers.
FURNITURE XV ANTED.
CAL. Auction Co., 1462 Market— Buys furniture,
merchandise, etc. ; phone Jessie 2071.
Auctioneer— W. P. Beauchamp, 928 Howard st;
tel. Jessie 126; furniture, mdse., bought
TEL. Jessie 761 before selling furniture, car-
_pets. pianos, etc. CHAS. LEVY. 1135 Market.
A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission st., pays highest
price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354.
D. & F. new $1 glove, retailed at factory price;
warranted; kept In repair. 121 Grant ave.
. HELP WANTED FEMALE.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S... Phone Grant 185
6 waitresses, country $20
10 waitresses, city .• $20
6 waitresses, restaurants — .$40
Laundress, country hotel $20
Manglers, instiiutlon and hotel.. $15
Cook, country hotel fare paid- $30
\u25a0 FAMILY DEPARTMENT—
Chambermaid and seamstress $25
2 houFegirls, Bakersfield, see parties here
Howegirl. Santa Clara County, no wash.. $20
Middle-aged woman, care of children.. $15
Housegirl. ranch work — $25
Cooks, housegirls, second girls $10-$3Q
A nurse for invalid lady $20
C. R. HAXSEN & CO..... 104 Geary st.
WANTED— Second girl, 2 in family, $25, San
Mateo, see party here; second girl, Menlo
Park, $25; parlor maid and waitress, $25, see
lady at 10 o clock; second girl and saamstreas,
$25, Alameda; 8 second girls, $20 and $25;
chambermaid and seamstress, $25; 2 cham-
bermaids, $18 to $30; cook, students' board-
ing-house, $35; first-class cook, German style,
$35; 3 laundresses, family work, $25 and $30;
8 waitresses, city and country, $20; cook,
family boarding-house, $30; 68 girls for gen-
eral • housework, city and country, $20 and
$25; chambermaid, $30. no board. J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 316 Sutter at.
CHAMBERMAID, $15: waitress, city, $25;
housework, Stanford University, $25; a girl to
help in mangle and do plain ironing; institu-
tion, $15; cook and second girl, Alameda, $20
and $15; a waitress, Nevada, $20, fare paid;
chambermaid and waitress, Monterey County,
$20, fare paid; chambermaid and laundress,
$25; waitress, Benicia, $20; waitress. Martinez.
$20; working housekeeper, city. $15; woman
with a child, country, $12. MISS CULLEN,
325 Sutter St.
A— MRS. M. E. DAY & CO.... Phone Main 1575
"Waitress, Bakersfield, $25; waitress, Stockton,
$20; waitress, restaurant, $25; 7 waitresses,
first-class city hotels, $20; 2 chambermaids to
Housegirl. Berkeley. $25; houseglrl, 4 In fam-
ily, city, $25; 2 housegirls, $20; invalid nurse,
2; many other choice places.
MRS. M. E. DAY & CO... 335 Geary st.
WANTED— A bright, good typewriter and
stenographer, one who can act as saleslady:
state experience, wages wanted; hours from
8 to 6 a. m. Address K., box 736, Call office.
WANTED— Middle-aged woman or girl for
general housework and plain cooking in
small family; easy place; a good home; no
wash. 105 Grove st.
GIRLS, 14 to 16 years old, light work in knit-
ting mill. GANTNER & MATTEP.N. 1017
GIRL about 16 years with some experience to
assist with care of Infant. Address MRS. E.
T. HOUGHTON, San Mateo.
THOROUGHLY reliable girl to assist With
general housework; $10 to $12 per month.
417 Hayes st.
GIRL who understands keeping stock. I,
MAGNIN & CO., 656 Mission St.. 3d floor.
WANTED — Pants operators. Apply factory, S.
N. WOOD & CO., 27 Geary st.
TIDY, honest girl for store across bay; state
.' wages. Address box 741, Call.
GIRL wanted to work in paper-box factory.
Apply 434 Jackson st.
WANTED— Experienced bindery girls. Apply
SANBORN, VAIL & CO., 741-745 Market St.
STEADY work for girls at 522 Market St.
OPERATORS wanted on flannel underwear.
HEYNEMANN & CO., 410 Mission st.
WANTED — First-class waist finishers onfy.
Call room A, 121 Post St.
GIRL for light housework and care of 1 child;
good home. 69 Chattanooga st, near 22d.
WANTED — Chambermaid at the Manhattan
House, 825 Battery St. \u25a0
YOUNG girl wanted In printing office; $3, 40
California st, room 9.
COLORED girl to work in kitchen and assist
downstairs; good wages. 478 Eddy st.
OPERATORS on ladies' waists and wrappers.
656 Mission St., fourth floor. ;
MILLINER — First-class maker" for large in-
terior city; salary $10: Address box 740, Call.
JEWISH or German woman to take care of
invalid. HARRIS', 105 Stockton st.
WANTED— Girl as assistant cashier. Califor-
nia Dairy Kitchen.
FIRST-CLASS alteration hands on skirts and
coats. A. CAILLEAU. 114-116 Kearny at.
FIRST-CLASS finishers on coats; steady work
BELASCO-HARRIS CO.. 541 Market «t.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on custom coats; also
apprentice. 42 Verona st. off Third.
A FIRST-CLASS talloress on fine coats. 1200
FIRST-CLASS coat finisher on custom made
coats. 411V& Kearny st, top floor.
FIRST-CLASS operator and finisher on pants;
good wages. 1000 Harrison st., cor. Sixth.
WANTED— Good restaurant waitress. 7 Taylor
st. ; $7 a week. \u25a0 .
GIRL for light second work and sewing. Apply
1815 Laruna st.
GIRL for ceneral housework; good plain cook.
Apply 1062 Fulton St.
BUTTONHOLE-MAKERS and finishers on cus-
tom coats; steady work. 40 Ellis at, -room 52.
WANTED— Helpers for dressmaking on waists
and skirts. Apply at 234 Post st, room 10.
OPERATOR to make baseball shirts. 952 Mis-
YOUNG girl to assist In light housework- $10.
3190 Sixteenth st, near Guerrero.
FIRST-CLASS tailoress at once. F. KRA-
MER, 220 Powell st.
WANTED— A girl to assist In general house-
work. Apply at 1911 Bush st.
WOMAN wanted for , general housework. 955U
Folsom st. . \u25a0' : ;
ACTIVE girl for light work. St. Nicholas
Laundry, Seventeenth and Folsom sts.
COPYIST wanted; quick. legible writer; state
wages expected. Box 735, Call •office.
PANTS , finishers; steady work. 858 Howard
St., bet. 4th and 5th, over handball court
WOMAN for housework- no cooking; no wash-
'lng; wages $12. 1405 .Golden Gate ave.
WANTED— Girl for housework; $15. 25*0 Sut-
WANTED— Two first-class millinery makers
ABRAHAMSON BROS.. Oakland. maKera -
PANTS finishers, also apprentices; paid while
learning; steady work. 14 McAllister st. r. 18.
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter; good In
arithmetic; state age & wages. Box 750, Call.
GIRL to assist : with 'second work and care of
2 children. 7 and 11. ' 2293 Franklin stf
WANTED— A good buttonhole maker on cus-
tom coats. 927 Market St., rooih 623.
HELP WAXTED— rEMALB— C«n.
OPERATORS on overalls at Levi Strauss A
Co..' a factory, 32% Fremont st: good wages;
no experience necessary- Apply to mk.
GIRL for cooking - and - general housework;
must be a good cook: 2 In family. Apply in
morning at 1705 Gough st.
EXPERIENCED operators on fancy and neg-
ligee shirts: also a few bright girls about 16
years of age for instruction; paid while learn-
ing. " Standard Shirt' Factory, corner Gougb
and Grove sts. • .
A MIDDLE-AGED American or German wo-
man can have a good, quiet home In small
family in' consideration of her services; rer-
erences. Box 387, Call office.
WANTED— A competent girl for general house-
work who is a good cook; wages $2o; 4 In
family. Call between 9 and 10 a. m. or 7 and
8 p. m. at 1S96 Broadway. .
EXPERIENCED operators on negligee shirts;
steady work; best prices. LOWENBERG &
CO.. 27 JESSIE ST.. 5th floor.
WANTED — Woman who is bright and dresses
neatly to travel in business capacity. Box
808. Call office. '
OPERATORS and riveters on overalls; also
Relss buttonhole operators. 9 Hill St.. off
Valencia, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second.
HAND sewers at LEVI STRAUSS & CO.'S
overall factory. 32% Fremont st. Apply to
Mr. Davis. . •
HAIRDRESSING, dyeing, bleaching, massage,
manicuring taught in 2 weeka for $3; employ-
ment guaranteed. College, 143 Stockton, r. 15.
WANTED— Young girl for general housework.
214 Hyde st. \u2666
3 GOOD pressera. Apply New Parisian Dyelns
Works, 2216 Folson st.
GIRL for general housework. Apply 2824
Clay st. m
GIRL wanted for general housework; wages
$10. 1126 Broadway. '
LADIES wishing to marry call or write to
MRS. HERTZ, 706 Ellis st. ; no charges.
WANTED— An experienced ostrich feather
curler. Call at 808 Howard st. \u25a0
FIRST-CLASS waist, skirt and cloak hands
and assistants. Apply 1200, Geary st.
OPERATOR on serging machine. BELASCO-
H ARRIS CO.. 541 Market st
WANTED— Women for light work on fruit.
1711 Folsom st
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096
HELP WANTED — MALE.
A— MURRAY & READY Phone Main 5848
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
WANT. 7 A. M. TO-DAY
..WE SHIP DAILY FREE
UKIAH RAILROAD MEN
UKIAH RAILROAD MEN
CALIFORNIA & NORTHWESTERN R. R.
60 teamsters, Ukiah FREE FARE
50 laborers. Ukiah FREE FARE
50 men for steel, rock and extra gangs,
Ukiah. .\ FREE FAKE
FREE FARE WE SHIP TO-DAY
50 laborers, no experience required, on all
divisions, Santa Fe Co.'s own work, free fare.
Bench hand, planing mill, country... .$3 day
Blacksmith, country shop $2 50 day
Blacksmith and horseshoer, camp 12 50 day
Carpenter for a mine, $75; see boes here.
Brick masons' helper, mine, $73; eee boss here.
Rough carpenter, ranch, steady job.,$30-founu
Cooper for a large company, steady Job,$3 day
Illacksmlth's helper. $35 and found; harness
maker, camp, $35 and found; 2 rough carpen-
ters. $2 day. 'Well-borer, etc
Man to repair stoves and work In country
store, $2 day. steady job; porter, furniture
store, $15 to $20 and found: choreman and
raise chickens, institution, $20 and found
3 single hand miners, south $61
25 drillers and quarry men $75 and $60
25 laborer?, no experience required, to work in
brush. $37 50 and found
Choreman and wife, country J45 and found
15 farmers and orchard hands $26 and J30
5 ranch teamsters, steady Jobs $26 and $30
10 2 and 4 horse teamsters, country.$30 & $32 50
Dairyman, 93c fare $3u
Dairyman, south $40
7 milkers; 3 choremen and boys, 130, J25 and
$20; milk wagon driver, city, $25; 3 stablemen,
city and country.
5 handy men, city factory $175 day
6 laborers for another factory. $1 75 and J2 day
5 men, handy with hammer and saw $2 day
SAWMILLS AND WOODS
10 more laborers, no experience required, to
work in mills, yards and woods of a large
sawmill company, $35 to $55 and found; 10
woodchoppers for a large mining company, all
Cook, 33c fare, $40 and found: night cook, $10
week; cook, small dredger, $33; 7 cooks, differ-
ent places: 3 butchers, $52 and J60: porter, in-
stitution. $20; 5 waiters, city and country
Waiter, 90c fare. $30: porter and drive bus;
kitchen help and dishwasher.".
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 City st.
MAN and wife for Institution, J40 and found;
2 milk wagon drivers, $30 and $40 and found;
milker and butter maker, private place, $30
and found; 4 milkers, $30 and $35; 3 men
about place; choremen. $25 and $30 and found;
planerman-, $2 to $2 50 day; cut-off, sawyer,
?2 day; laundry man, $35 and found; 10 men
to handle grain, $3 day and board; 3 men
and wives for ranches and private places,
$40 and $50; pantryman and wife, $50 and
found; carpenter for mine; hodcarrlers;
miners; laborers for mines, quarries and other
work: boys for stores and others. J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st
RESTAURANT cook, country, $40; boarding-
house cook, country, $40 and found; restau-
rant second cook, $60; fry cook, $50; broiler,
$10 week; coffee house cook, $8 week; 2 hotel
waiters, country, $30; hotel waiters, city. $25
and $30; restaurant waiters, porters, dish-
washers and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
628 Sacramento st.
AT THE CAL. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
59 Third St., near Call bldg.; phone Bush 403.
Railroad Teamsters and Laborers
50 railroad teamsters for Ukiah $2 to $2 25
50 laborers for Ukiah $2 per day
10 quarrymen. country $2 per day
Sailors for Honolulu, Puget Sound and Old
Mexico. $40 per month and found; 3 carpen-
ters, country, $3 to $3 50 per day, 3 months'
Cook $55 per month
A— W. D. EWER & CO., 610 Clay St.
10 laborers for sawmill and yard, $2 a day:
. 8 laborers for sugar refinery, $3 a day and
fare: American farmer, $25; choreman for
ranch, $30; farmer and wife for orchard, $40;
porter, country hotel, $20; American milker
and do chores, $25; pantryman for .lunch
house, $30 and board; 2 single hand miners,
$2 50 a day; 2 boys for nailing boxes, $S a
week; driver for milk wagon, $30: old man to
cook on ranch, $12; 2 laborers for mine, $2 day.
ANDRE'S office, 316 Stockton st— Second cook,
$63; night cook, $60; waiter, country hotel, $30;
. waiter, hotel, European plan, country, $30:
2 waiters, city. $30; t>utler. $45: butler, small
family, $25; Indoor servant. $25; pastry cook,
$45; dishwashers, $20 and $30; vegetableman,
$25 and room; night watchman, $9 a week, etc.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 26 Montgomery, rm. 12.
Chef, $100; elevator boy, $20; bell boys, $15;
steward. $60; waiters, city and country, $25.
JOURNEYMEN Barbers' International Union—
Fr»" employment. 927 Market »t. room 297.
I. LESS, secretary; telephone Jessie 1171.
WANTED— Man for private place, care for
horses, garden and chores; no driving or Sun-
day work; work is light: good home and
steady place for right man; must be tem-
perate and reference; wages moderate. Ad-
dress S., Call office, Santa Barbara.
FIRST-CLASS experienced night waiter for
coffee and chop house; reference. Box 768
WANTED— First-class jeweler for diamond
work. TUCKEY & KLINE.' 220 Sutter st
PRESS boy .wanted. Printing office. 306 Cali-
fornia st. •
WANTED— A neat, experienced young man for
soda fountain. GRUENHAGEN BROS.
CYLINDER and Job press feeders wanted at
522 Market st -
BOY wanted about 17 years old. Call at
DECKELMAN BROS.'. 106 Ellis st.
AN assistant furniture finisher. 338 Post st
WANTED— First-class cabinet makers. 6
ERRAND boy wanted; steady employment
ZOBEL & BANNER. 571 Market gt "
HONEST, sober man with $73 in established
business; can make $15-$1S per week; no risk
. Call at once. 78 Third st., room 2.
YOUNG man or boy to learn barber trade. 799
Geary St.. corner Hyde. |
UPHOLSTERER wanted at HARVEY'S An-
tique Store. 1709 Polk st.
GOOD strong German boy wanted for the gro-
cery business. 1600 Hayes »t.
BOY wanted: call at once. HENRY HILP
106 Battery St.
RELIABLE errand boy wanted; merchant tail-
or. Room 50. 126 Kearny st.
OPERATORS on custom coats. BELASCO-
HARRIS CO.. 541 Market st.
FIRST coat makers wanted: good pay; steady
work. BELASCO-HARRIS CO.. 541 Market.
boy for printing office;
I steady; good wages. 109 California at.
' WANTED— Second cooks, fry cooks, waiters,
i porters and dishwashers; no fee. 127 Mason.
JAPANESE^ and ChinesTTieip oT^alf^kindV:
cooks, waiters and house . servants. GEO.
AOKI & CO.. 421 Post st; tel. Bush 135..
CHINESE and Japanese' Employment Office —
Best help. 411%, O'Farrell st.;.tel. East 426.
JAPANESE Intelligence Office— Furnish most
reliable help. 524 Bush st; tel. Bush 516.
ORPHEUM Employment Office— Japanese. Chi-
nese help. 426 Powell.nr.Sutter; tel.Black 5072.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
flce; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 5188.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED— FEMALE.
FIRST-CLASS chambermaid and laundress de-
sires situation: best of reference. MISS CUL-
LEN, 325 Sutter st. -,
COMPETENT woman with a child desires
situation; good cook- and houseworker; ref-
erence. MISS CULLEN. 325 Sutter st.
FRENCH girl speaking no English desires sit-
uation as second girL MISS CULLEN, 325
Sutter st. -
SWEDISH girl with 9 years' references desires
a situation as second girl or chambermaid and
seamstress. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 Sut-
ter St. '
GERMAN girl wishes position as parlor maid
and waitress or second work. Box 765, Call.
A FIRST-CLASS dressmaker wishes more work
by the day or home. 554V6 Stevenson st.
A YOUNG v girl wishes situation to do cooking
and some housework. Call at 25% Lafayette
st., bet. Eleventh and Twelfth, Mission and
NEAT lady wishes position as chambermaid or
take charge . of small^ rooming-house; refer-
ences if necessary. Address 203 Bartlett St.,
in rear. • • • . *•\u25a0
SITUATION wanted by girl to do general
housework. 322 Fremont st. •
WANTED— Position by reflned experienced In-
fants' nurse; city references. Apply 1251
BY- reflned nurse, position, to take care of a
baby .or older children; best of references; $20.
1238 Mission st.
COLORED woman, first-class cook, wants sltu-
atlon; city references. Call 253 Jessie at
RESPECTABLE woman wishes a situation as
laundress with private family; best of refer-
ences. T. F., 1115 Treat ave.
RELIABLE; woman wishes situation to do gen-
eral housework; good plain cook. 1248 Howard
SITUATION wanted by elderly lady as house-
keeper; good cook; wages $30. Address MISS
J. PETERSEN, 1022^ Geary st.
A MIDDLE-AGED woman to go out working
by the day. washing, ironing or houseclean-
ing; $1 a day and car fare. MRS. SIEBOLD,
870 Folsom st.
EXPERIENCED Eastern young lady desires
position aa saleslady. 707 Brush st, Oakland.
GIRL wishes a situation to do general house-
work; wages $25; can give good city refer-
ences. Apply at 1142 Howard st.
A MIDDLE-AGED woman, an excellent house-
keeper, understanding well the care of chil-
dren, wishes a position as housekeeper In
private family or institution; no objection to
countiy. Box 624, Call.
A MIDDLE-AGED lady, experienced In trav-
eling, would like situation as companion to
' Invalid, oi- would take charge of: children,
parties going East preferred; references. Box
520, Call. ' t .
WISH place as cook in boarding-house . or in-
stitution in the city. Address CHEE & LING,
20 Prospect place. « \ .
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third Bt, near Mar-
ket— 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to
$6 week; convenient and respectable; free
'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch 'office. 2200 Flllmore st
EMPLOYMENT WASTE D MALE.
CHEFS— Two first-class restaurant cooks, best
of references, wish \u25a0 situations. See J. F.
CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento at.
AN active, sober, elderly man • will work for
moderate low wages; handy at most any-
thing; city or country. Address box 742, Call.
ELDERLY man wishes situation as handy mar.
about place in city or country; small wages;
good gardener and handy with horses. Box
743, Call office.
VERY respectable man, 30, wishes position on
gentleman's place as caretaker. C. LECKY,
box 110, Call office.
EXPERIENCED clerk, clothing, general fur-
nishings, wishes position; speaks Italian,
Spanish; best references. Address A. J.
ISIOLA, 420 Montgomery ave., room 14.
ENGINEER and electrician; Is also a practical
machinist, desires a position. Box 392, Call.
MAN familiar with city will drive and care for
1 or 2 horses. Box 766. Call office.
SITUATION wanted — First-class coachman;
thorough horseman; Al gardener; good all-
round man; best of references. Address J.
C, 359 Jessie st.
WANTED— Position by veteran soldier: one
having small pension; trustworthy; willing to
do some light work. Box 752, Call.
RELIABLE all-round man wishes position as
foreman on ranch; references; 17 years' ex-
perience. Address box 747, Call. \u25a0
A THOROUGHEY capable and experienced
poultry man wants position to manage mod-
ern poultry plant; he ts familiar with all In-
cubator and brooding systems; he is an ex-
pert in raising either chicks, ducks, geese or
other fowl; several years' apprenticeship on
the largest plants has made him competent
to conduct any "plant; references given. Ad-
dress A.' LARSON, 515 Pine st , \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0
ELDERLY gentleman. Englishman, well edu-
cated, speaks and writes French and German
fluently, bookkeeper, e^tc, seeks employment,
clerical or otherwise; willing to work about
place or act as companion to Invalid; city or
country. Box G27, Call.
GENTLEMAN with European university edu-
cation, speaking and writing 5 languages, ac-
quainted throughout manufacturing and In-
dustrial European centers, would act as
buyer or representative for first-class house.
Address box 850, Call office.
WORK as bookkeeper, cashier, expert account-
ant, huslness manager, ordinary clerk or js-
elstant or second assistant, or anything tu
make a living; large I experience; electric
quickness; linguist. N. R. G.,.box 754, Call.
YOUNG man desires position bringing him In
close touch with men of means and influence;
position involving personal efforts and re-
sponsibility, preferred. Address box 2323. Call
AN expert accountant wishes to devote several
days a month to concerns not employing reg-
ular bookkeeDer; terms reasonable; refer-
ences. Box S22, Call office.
A MAN with years of experience as hotel clerk
and steamship purser wants position with
hotel or steamship company; city or country;
unquestioned references. Box 827, Call office.
HOTEL man, competent, long experience, with
extraordinary large acquaintance, desires
' management of country hotel or summer re-
sort. Box 626, Call. '
YOUNG man, 24, Just from the East, respect-
able, willing and of good habits, wishes
employment of any kind; city or' country.
Box 821, Call.
POSITION wanted by first-class planer,
matcher, rip saw and endless belt man: good
engineer, stickerman and handy around ma-
chlnery. C. McG.. 713 Mission St.
PHOTOGRAPHER, young man, . wishes posi-
tion in photo studio; have experience. Box
818, Call office. \u25a0
INDUSTRIOUS young man, experienced In
butcher business, wishes a position in the
, city. Box 816, Call. i _ _^
WANTED— To contract for the construction of
tunnels by an expert. B. LONG, 1433 Mission.
CAREFUL and good experienced neat Japanese
wants position for family work out of city.
Address box 733, Call office. .
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
COMPANIES promoted and financed; stock
taken In payment for services; good mining
and industrial propositions wanted; gold
bonds furnished. PACIFIC STATES MINING
AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post St.
PACIFIC Coast Underwriting Co. (inc.)— We
have 42 offices in operation; new method of
placing 'stocks and bonds; companies incor-
porated; stocks and bonds underwritten. Call
or address main office. B07-S-9 Parrott bide.
FLATS TO LET.
FLATS, Cottages, etc. A. M. SPECK & CO
667 Market. - . - \u25a0 -.
954 Eddy; u. f. 9 r...$65 346 Waller; m. f. 5 r.$20
1432 Taylor; m. f . 7 r 45 3978 18th; 1. f. 5 r.. 14
2414 Van Ness; m.f.8r 42 519 Stevenson; h. 4 r 15
1405 Pacific; u. f. 7 r. 27 1424 Howard ;m. f . 3 r 8
VERY desirable upper French flat, 10 large
rooms; bay windows in every room; beautiful
view; elegant grounds; keeping.no expense to
tenant. Northwest corner Portola st. and Du-
bose Park, oft Waller, bet. Pierce and Stelner.
COTTAGE of 5 rooms and bath; basement and
large garden; modern improvements. 128 Dla-
mond st, bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
BEAUTIFUL new sunny 7 rooms; modern, up-
to-date. See 1 to 5 daily; Van Ness an-I
Union. \u25a0 \u25a0 . . . \u25a0
. COLE, 773-775, bet Beulah and Frederick Bts.—
Fine new sunny flats, 7 rooms • and bath;
; rent reasonable.
HAYES st, 1745, near Park Panhandle— Upper
sunny fiat, 4 rooms, bath ;• $13 ; < water; free. .
GROVE, - 1615, near Lyon— Sunny upper I flat, 6
rooms, bath, yard, cellar; Golden Gate Park. -
ni'SIXESS CHANCES— Continued.
Old-established paying shoestore on principal
street; compelled to seli at once; no bonus
for good will asked. Address box 830. Call.
FOR SALE— The Call agency in Santa" Cruz;
$1000— FOR *sale, delicatessen store; good loca-
tion; receipts $40 to $60 per day; rent $15;. I
guarantee this bargain. FRANK E. DEN-
NEN. room 32. 14 McAllister st. \u25a0
FOR Sale, cheap— 320 acres of excellent coal
land in Pierce County, Washington. For
further Information address box 783, Call.
DELICACY store cheap; business averages $10
per day; good reason for sale; tjiorough ln-
vestlgatlon invited. Box 622. Call office.
SALOON for sale— On account of sickness of
owner; erood trade. Apply to GEO. D.
SHEARER & CO.. San Rafael, Cal.
BAKERS— To let. large store, with oven; good
location; well adapted for bakery and coffee
saloon. 321 Ellis st.
BARGAIN— Branch bakery and variety, store;
must be sold this week. 1302 Devisadero.
UNDERTAKING— Will buy an interest or form
company. Box 8 to. Call office.
$300 AND . $350— Fine opportunity to Invest in
established blacksimth business; price in each
case covers Etock, tools and good-will. Ad-
dress box 2S3. Call office. «
FOR SALE — Large saloon in "Western Addl-
tlon. Apply Bavaria Brewery. •
FOR sale— An old established rruit store; owner
retiring from business. 418 Third st
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE3.
ALL BARGAINS. CALL FOR LIST.
18 rooms; Geary St.; $250 cash; only $375
34 rooms (the best); clears $300 3000
50 rooms; partly lurnished; only 900.
20 rooms; new; elegant; clears $150 1500
MONEY TO LOAN ON ANY HOUSE.
19 rooms on one floor 800
5 rooms; fine yard 350
S3 rooms; worth $2S00 1600
10-room house; fine location 425
24 rooms; on Geary st 1900
100 rooms; clears $350; payments to suit... 6000
16 rooms; transient; only $400 cash 750
6-room fiat; fine corner 300
36 rooms; on Market st 1900
10 rooms; north of Market st '. 450
42 rooms; clears every month $300 1600
8 rooms; flat; near City Hall 350
15 rooms; on Sixth St.; clears $S0 800
24 rooms; on Market 6t. ; clears $150 1600
18 rooms; corner; just like home 1400
10 rooms; on Mason st. ; new 750
32 rooms; offices; clears $250 3500
21 rooms: *600 cash, balance payments 1250
FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN.
H. C DECKER, 1020 Market; tel. Mint 796.
$450— DOWNTOWN ; 14 rooms; cheap rent;
near Market and Fifth sts.; clears $75: other
business cause of selling. Apply DECKER,
1020 Market st.
COME TO US FOR BARGAINS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ROOMINGrHOUSES
Any of the following on monthly payments:
24-room workingman's house; cheap rent. $500
6-room flat; all rented 225
42 rooms; grand halls; fine Income 2600
! 14 rooms; transient; claars $125 600
I to rooms; fine furniture; see this bargain.
21 rooms; $300 cash, balance payments 1000
00 rooms; rent $100; clears $250 150C
100 rooms; grand corner; clears $400 6000
70 rooms: modern; clears $230 4000
12 rooms; Turk St.; all rented 325
CALL, WE CAN SUIT YOU.
10 rooms; Eddy; furnished fine SOO
11 rooms'; desirable location 4bO
7 rooms; O'Farrell st 400
16 rooms; Howard st.; housekeeping SOO
12 rooms; Bush st 500
24 rooms: Geary St.; payments 1900
15 rooms; Sutter st; central 500
MONEY LOANED Phone John 531
A. H. RETSLOFF. 906 Mrkt., cor. Ellis, r. 12.
MARION GRIFFIN, 719 Market, rooms 1. 2.
Office near Call Building.
1 have 4 salesmen; money to loan; long list.
40 rms.; near theaters and street cars; rent
$4 a room; roomers pay $10 to $15 per room;
house clears about $115 each month; terms %
I cash, balance monthly installments $2600
1 20 rms. ; new oak furniture ; new heavy Brussels
| carpets; rent $50; full of men; Income always
! more than $125; all light rooms; owner must
! sell at once because of death in family.. $600
'\u25a0 10 rms.; on Golden Gate ave.; fine sunny house;
I large rooms; furniture good; each month
j clears $40 $»50
| 61 rms.; clears about $200 a month; I will
exchange for farm or sell for Vz cash $4000
! 14 rms.; central corner; newly furnished; clean;
i clears $33 per month; offices; all men $1050
! 8 rms.; rent $20; clears $45 per month $300
Several hotels and boarding-houses; all 6lzes.
t Above are samples; please call for free list.
! 11 ROOMS; rent $35; must be sold $400
12 rooms; choice location; rent only $40.. 450
7 rooms; nicely furn.; good home 37o
10 looms; good fur., carpets; Bush St.... 800
I 45 rooms; fine sunny corner; central.... 3700
: 100 r.; fine location: good money maker.. 6000
; 12 rooms: newly renovated; fine; sunny.. 1200
1 17 rooms; rent $70; a money maker 1250
22 rooms; corner; good transient; clean.. 1500
19 rooms; something good; see It 2500
S5 rooms; elegant: one of the best 8000
$5000— 37 rooms; Ellis; clears $200 over all.
$650 — 14 rooms: O'Farrell: rent $45: bargain.
We furnish all the money you need.
DONALD INVESTMENT CO.. 850 Market st.
A. CAMERON & CO..
850 Market st.. and S Stockton et..
Rooms 21, 22 and 23. Phone Bush 32S.
j See our list of bargains.
45 r.; oak and mahogany fur.; clears $10043000
S3 r.; rent $123; oak fur.; good carpets.... 2350
30 r. ; rent $125: Al trans.; Sne fur 2200
24 r. : rent J110; everything good and clean 1300
I 21 r. ; rent $45: walnut for.; housekeeping. 1000
I 17 r. ; rent $100; good fur. and carpets — 1530
! 10 r.; rent $47 50; oak fur.; carpets good.. 550
I 7 r.; rent $33; golden oak fur 250
| 5 r.; rent $13: modern flat; good fur 250
Over ."00 houses listed. Call before buying.
i WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market et.
. 13 rooms; sunny corner; cheap rent $1000
> 16 rooms; rent $30; part cash 1090
1 17 rooms; rent $50; reduced to 800
IS rooms; rent $37; clean house SOO
20 rooms; central; fine furniture 1200
25 rooms; rent $50; a enap 300
! ATTENTION!— Buyers will find it to their ad-
j vantage to call and examine list of FISHER
6 CO., S35 Market St., phone Folsom 1592.
?A t $1400 22 r $800 16 r......$S00
2f» r 1130 20 r 800 14 r 430
! 18 r 1000 IS r 600 12 r 400
15 r 700 8 r 350 10 r 400
8 r 550 6 r 225 7 r 225
j McBRIDE & CO., 1016 Market st, opp. Filth.
20-room house. $350; 6-room house, $123; 10-
room house, $150; 10 room house on Eddy St.. I
$650; 51-room house. $650; 20-room house, $1500;
| 21-room house, $1250; half cash, balance to
j suit the buyer.
J R. G. WILKE. 26'£ Kearny St., rooms 9 and 10.
! 20 rooms on Post Ft $1200
( 47 rooms on Geary st 4300
24 rooms on Leaverworth Et .' 2000
About 300 more houses enlisted with us.
THE largest, and best list of lodging-houses
and hotels" can he found at ofllce of
G. W. SCHWEINHARD. phone Mint 1911,
917 Market st., near Fifth.
\u25a0 A— WANTED at once, tenants for new 60 to
I 100 room houses. Apply A. M. SPECK & CO.,
j C67 Market nt.
; WANTED— For cash, good 15 to 15 room house:
i mitral: well furnished. Address box C6S. Call.
COME and see C. V. Miller's wonderful seances;
•Sun.. Tues.. Fri.. 8 p. m., 50c; you can speak
to epirit friends face to face, recognize them;
pive names; received medals from many
four*riep; taken last world's record medal
Paris Fair. 10S4 Bush fit; tel. 2275 Larkin.
| A— MRS. DR. FARNHAM, spiritual medium
I and life reader; mining a specialty: cir. Sun..
Wed. and Friday evenings. 1035 Market St.
MUSTAFA— Egyptian" materializing seance,
Sun.. Wed., Fri., S p. m., 23c; sittings daily.
1610 Bush st.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance, bus. medium;
life reader; medical, clairvoyant; sitting*, $1;
j letter. $2. 1164 O'Farrell st ; Ellis car.
MME. GYEISN, well-known trance . medium;
sittings dally from 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. ex-
cept Sunday. 993 Market Ft., parlors 14-15.
FREE; proof. ladies, before beginning, develop
your mediuraistlc gifts; guarant. full names;
90 nays. 724 .Post St.; Franklin on door.
HYPNOTISM and mediumship demonstrated
. by Prof. Will!, Mines-. Shriner and Griffin;
Occidental Hall. 305 Larkin: to-night; 16c.
MRS. HUBBARD. 109 Oak St.; circles Tuesday
and Friday, 8 p. m.; Wednesday ladles, 2:30
p. m.. 10c; readings dally, 50c. •
BROCKWAY'S psychic seance Sunday, Tues-
day. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, 8:13
p.m.;25c. 299 Hyde.cor.Eddy; phone Hyde 2564.
MRS. HARLAND'S circle to-night: best tests,
10c: business readings. 50c. $1. 148 Sixth st.
MRS. GILLINGHAM'S spiritual test meeting
this evening, 10c. 305 Larkin; hours 1 to 6.
MME. YOUNG'S demonstration of spirit return
to-night. 605 McAllister; 10c; come, skeptics.
CARLE, Independent slate writer; 328 Ellis- tel.
Polk 1601; seance Tues.. Thurs,, Sun., S p'. m.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 335 McAllister— Mrs C. J
Meyer; sittings dally; test to all to-night, 10c.
PROF. GEE, 108 Sixth, st— Readings, 50c, $1;
cir. Sun.. Tues.. Thurs. and Fri. nights, 10c.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the well-known tranc*
medium, is permanently located at 1206 Mar-
ket St.. corner Golden Gate ave., rooms 25 and
26; take elevator. Perfect satisfaction guar-
anteed by mail; send stamp for pamphlet
with special terms. Daily and Sunday.
PROF. JOHN . J. HULTHEN. clairvoyant,
palmist and card reader: reveals past, present
and future; 50c. 1007% Market st., near Sixth.
HELP WANTED-— MALE — Con.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 104 Geary «t.
Railroad Work.. Railroad Work
Free Fare Free Fare
100. teamsters • $2 a day
100 laborers $3 a day
SO teamsters - $2 a day
SO laborers $3 a day
100 laborers $173 to $2
Free Fare Ship Daily Free Faro
50 laborers for sawmill and woods, $2 a day,
fare advanced; 100 laborers and drillers for
big ditch. $2 25 to $2 50 a day; 2 blacksmith*.
$3 a day; farmers, milkers, choremen and
Eastern head waiter $90
Eastern waiter $.10
Head laundry man. country hotel $75
20 dishwashers and kitchen hands.. $30 and $25
C. R. HANSEN & CO 1C4 Geary st.
ELDEHLY man as night clerk in lodging-
house: call between 9 and 10 a. m. 9S3 How-
500 MEN wanted to order suits for $1 per week.
NEUHAUS & CO.. tailors. 115 Kearny st.
WANTED— Boy about 16 years in confection-
ery. 1503 Geary st.
ERRAND boy for tailor shop; $2 50 week. 853
bet. 4th and 5th. over handball court
ELEVATOR boy wanted— at 160* California
A STEADY man with $200 cash can make $73
month. Apply 209 Kearny st.. room 1.
WANTED— Good dishwasher. Capital Restau-
rant. 206 McAllister st.
2 PAINTERS, non-union; no office fees. Me-
chanics' Registration Bureau, 410 Kearny at.,
WANTED— An experienced man to drivo milk
wagon. 1408 Devisadero st
SOLICITOR for first-class tailoring establish-
ment. Box 767. Call office.
YOUNG man to assist ladles' tailoring who
understands sewing and pressing. 524 Post.
WANTED— A third-hand bread baker; good
wages. 911% Larkin st.
A FINE coatmaker wanted. Apply 244
BOY dishwasher wanted. 12 East st
WANTED— Plumber early this morning or a
helper. 3271 Mission st.
TAILORS wanted: steady work; good wages.
F. KRAMER. 220 Powell st.
YOUNG man to feed Gordon preas. Apply 121
Guerrero St., near Fourteenth.
WANTED — Toune man to work in grocery
store; exDerienced preferred. 435 Third st.
BOY wanted in butcher shop. Apply WILSON
MARKET. 3077 Sixteenth «t
GOOD steady boy wanted in meat market.
Apply WARREN, 2318 Flllmore st
FIRST-CLASS city real estate salesman. Ad-
dress box 737. Call.
GOOD tan-shoe maker wanted at 3004 Mission
2 FIRST-CLASS ladies' tailors; best pay;
steady work. DANZIGER. 237 Powell at.
FOR retail store, stock clerk, also assistant
for packer; also errand boy who can drive
light wagon; state age, wages desired and tor
which position you apply. Box 749, Call.
STRONG young man with references who un-
derstands packing goods for shipment; also
to assist in store. Address Packing, box 745.
WANTED— Elevator boy at RAPHAELS
FIRST-CLASS ladles' tailor. LESTER. 8 and
10 Kearny st.
AN experienced florist; also a good errand
boy. 1441 Polk st -
BARBER shop for sale. 920 Battery st. ; cheap.
BARBER shop for sale; bargain. 215 Sixth st
$125— PAYING 2-chair tarber shop; cheap rent.
with living rooms. Box 762. Call.
MEN WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
Experienced Piledriver Hands.
For work in this city at China Basin. Potrero
, and for various Jobs along the 'water front.
Also for work at Mare Island, and Hunters
Steady work at regular wages.
We are starting new jobs daily, and will
put on all competent men applying at once.
BRIDGE AND WHARF BUILDERS' EM-
4 California at. room 15.
WANTED— Able-bodied men asl* to handl«
grain, etc; none others need apply; wages 50o
per hour, board, lodging and protection in-
cluded. Apply to WM. THOMAS. 514 Bat-
WANTED— Stevedores, seamen, firemen, eoal-
. passers, cooks and waiters; good wages; per-
fect protection afforded on Broadway wharf,
where employes are boarded and lodged on
steamer lying alongside; men working (or
'the company and giving satisfaction at this
time will be given preference in future. Ap-
ply to Pacific Coast Steamship Company,
Broadway wharf, San Francisco.
1000 MEN wanted — Sailors, stevedores, firemen.
laborers; steady employment; good wages.
Lumber Dealers' Association. 209 Examiner
building. ' Good board on vessel and trans-
portation night and morning provided.
TEAMSTERS— Steady work; good wage*. 2SS
AT RISDON IRON WORKS, San Francisco—
Machinists, bollermakers. patternmakers,
machine blacksmiths and shlpsmlths; also
young men over 17 years to serve appren-
ticeships at these trades; excellent induce-
ments; ample protection. Apply office. Beala
and Howard sts.
ACTIVE man to drive delivery wagon, solicit
new trade and collect for large firm; wages
from $40 to $80 per month; must furnish cash
bond. Box 3S4, Call office.
WANTED— A young man between 18 and 21
years of age for a stock clerk in wholesale
millinery house: one with experience pre-
ferred. HOLM & NATHAN. 512 Market st
1000 MEN wanted— Rock drillers, tunnel, brush
and shovel men to work on ditch line being
constructed for the Sweepstake Mining Co-
near Weaverville. Trinity Co.. Cal.; apply on
work; steady work, good board and best
wages in State. San Francisco Construction
Co.. 26 Montgomery st. room 23, San Fran-
WANTED— Recruits for the marine corp». U.
S. navy; able-bodied, unmarried men of good
character, between the ages of 21 and 35; not
less than 5 feet 4 Inches and not over < feet 1
Inch; able to speak and read English. For
further information apply at the Recruiting
Office. 40 Ellis st.. San Francisco.
MEN to learn barber trade: only eight weeks
required; tools donated; positions guaran-
teed; catalogue free. MOLER BARBER
COLLEGE. 635 Clay st. -
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third st.: 150 largo
rooms; 23c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
WANTED— Retail druggist: cenpetent and
experienced: permanent position; good sal-
ary. Box 758. Call office.
"WANTED— Good Jewelry repairer and engraver
to go to Tacoma. Apply California Optical
Co.. 317 Kearny st.
BOYS 17 years to learn glove finishing; also
experienced. CARSON GLOVE CO.. 35 Mar-
DENTIST wanted; experienced graduate or li-
centiate; Christian. Room 11, 1065 Washing-
ton st. Oakland.,
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting: 25o
to 50c. S63 Mission St.. bet 1st and 2d sts.
BARBERS— A 2-chair shop newly furnished for
sale; a bargain. 316 Third st
SAILORS, ordinary, for ships for all parts of
world. / HERMAN'S. 28 Steuart st '
RANCH foreman; single man. Address box
734. Call ofnee.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 663 Mission st. bet 1st and 24 rtsw
CLAIRVOYANTS — Continued. -_
MME. M. BERNARD. ...
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently
located at 17 Third St., next Examiner bldg. She
reads your life correctly, gives an accurate de-
scription of the past, reveals the present hap-
penings and portrays events to occur In the fu-
ture. 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 overcome
them. Valuable advice in all affairs of life;
25c up; perfect satisfaction guaranteed. '
A— LINCOLN. CLAIRVOYANT, ~~~
The most wonderful clairvoyant on the coast;
he succeeds when others fail; permanently lo-
cated at 123 Turk st. ; readings by mail.'
MME. ARNDT, the great clairvoyant, tells past,
future; never fails; has the greatest Egyptian
secret; shows picture future husband or wife;
fee 25c and up; satisfaction to everybody; open
Sundays; hours 10 to 8 p. m. 215% Sixth st
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & 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 1148 Market, op-
posite Sixth; private readings daily, 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m. Sundays from 10 to 12 a. m.
MISS M. WILLE, greatest of all crystal seers;
reads your life correctly;. tells past, present,
future;full names given ;slttings 50c.326A Ellis.
MISS ZEMDAR, young gifted clalr. and palm. ;
she has second sight; a wonderful prophetess;
names given; L. 50c. G. $1. 1079 Mkt., cor. 7th.
FREE, ladies, morning, September; free test
readings, future events and questions; abso-
lutely free. *724 Post; open 10 to 6. Franklin.
MME. LAROSE. best clairvoyant, card reader;
German spoken, 25c up. 777%Market St., room IS.
MME. WALTERS, great card reader; ladles 25c,
gents 50c. 951 Mission, nr. 6th; open Sundays.
MRS. MALLORY, spiritual card reader; send
stamp for cir.; L., 25c; G., 50c. 917 Howard.
MAE HANSEN. card reader and palmist, tells
past, present, future, 25c. 148 6th st, room 14.
MRS. BROWN, - clairvoyant, card reader;
ladles 25c, gents 60c. 132 Sixth st.
MRS. E. L. DAVIS, the great clairvoyant
card reader; ladles 25c. gents 50c. 28 Sixth st.
CLAIRVOYANT card reader from Louisiana:
only 10c; from 1 to 8. 262 Minna st, nr. Fourth.
MRS. MELVILL, well known clairvoyant, water
reader. 11 6th;German spoken;tel. Howard 1848.
MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant, reader ;palmistry;
truth or no. pay; 25c. ,1149 Mission, over storr.
MME. SCHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader;
sittings dally. AiS\j Jessie St., bet. 5th and 6th.
MME. -RAVENNA reads life fluently; business
advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096
CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to SPAULDING'S pioneer Carpet-beat-
lng Worki, 353-357 Tehama at. ; tel. South 40.
CARPETS beaten or laid, 3c per yard. CHAS.
PARRY. 15im Market st. ; phone Mint 1095.
AMERICAN Carpet-beating Works— Cleaning,
3c;renovated;relaid. 105 14th St.: tel. CapD 2542.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co., 402 t'utter st:
tel. Main 294. GEO. WALCOM & CO., Prop.
RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison; tel. MisHion 263.
CONKLIN'S Superior* Carpet-beating Works,
333 Go.den Gate ave; telephone East 128.
CITY Steam Carpet-be;.ting Works. G. H.
STEVENS. Mgr.. 38-40 8th St.: tel. South 250.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet-beating and Reno-
vatlng Co.. 240 Fourteenth St.; tel. Mission 74.
PROF.Stras?«burger fromN.Y., specialist on feet,
diploma T.P.S.S.N.Y.; Chronicle big., rm. 76.
BUNIONS, corns, ingrown nails; painless cure.
DR. DUNCAN. 206 Kearny St.. room 307.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency— No charge un-
less successful. Room 310. 927 Market st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE of 3 rooms, yard, $8. Jersey and
A-DR. T. S.' HIGGINS,^ 92T^la7ket~Btreet
Emma Spreckels building. Reasonable prices
for painless dentistry; pure gold filling $1 50;
artificial teeth, on plate, look natural and
guaranteed, $5 up; a good metal plate $15;
gold and porcelain crowns $5 to $10; teeth
without plate; painless extraction.
AT the ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC, 809 Mar-
ket Et.. 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-
fice 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. JO O'Farrell st.
A— NEW unbreakable plate, the "Rose Pearl,
warranted for 20 years; crowns. $3 50; fillings.
SOc; plates, $5; full set; all work painless and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth.
PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny. cor. Bush-
Full set of teeth, $4; crowns, $3; fillings, 25c.
AT Ideal Dental Co.. 6 Eddy st— Work done
on weekly installments; lowest rates.
TOU can save 40 per cent on dental work by
going to DR. BROWN, 54 Sixth st.
SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG, 1841 Folk St.
DR. R. L. WALSH 815%Geary,nr.Larkin— Pain-
less extraction 50c;plates $5 up;phonePolkll35.
DR. H.. G. TRUMAN, dentist, third floor. Ex-
amlner building: formerly. In Murphy, bldg.
VAN VROOM— "Painless" ; evenings and Sun-
days. 1001 Market st. corner Sixth.
DOG HOSPITALS. !:
j DR. CREELY'S C. P. dog soap by druggists
or at the Hospital. 510 Golden Gate ave.
j DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
McDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery School—
Class rates: patterns cut. 1013 Market st
FRENCH accordion and knife pleating. WM.
PILGER. 121 Post, over O'Connor & Moffatt.
AYRES' Leading Business College, 723 Market—
$S per month; $50 life scholarship guarantees a
complete business education; shorthand, typ-
ing, bookkeeping, arithmetic, penmanship,
spelling, Spanish, etc.; experienced teachers;
new typewriters; positions secured; cat. free.
A LAW DEPARTMENT of the Night School
for men at the Y. M. C. A. opens Tuesday,
Oct. 1; tuition $50 a year; three nights a week;
prospectus now ready; registration open; in-
structor Geo. H. Boke of Jurisprudence dept.
A — The official reporters of the Supreme Court ad-
vise their friends to attend the GALLAGHER- '
MARSH COLLEGE, Is this advice worth fol-
lowing? Life scholarship $50; catalogue.
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A — THE LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law and medical
colleges; references, President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. Phelan, building.
CORRESPONDENCE Schools' students assisted
evenings; lessons In mathematics, mechanics
and drawings: send for circulars. 3040 Six-
teenth st. J. F. KLENCK.
CALIFORNIA Medical College— Regular term
opens October 7. Full information write D.
MACLEAN, M. D!. dean. Donohoe bldg., S. F.
ACTING, elocution, specialties, Hallett. School,
associated with theatrical agency securing
positions. Alcazar building. 120 O'Farrell st.
MERRILL-MILLER College— Shorthand, typ-
ing, practical bpokkeeplng. Rooms 40-45, Par-
rott bldg. ; individual instruction; catalogue.
ENGINEERING — Civil, elec, mining, mech. sur-
vey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1864. Van
der Naillen School, 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
BOOKKEEPING, figures; the one man who per-
fects beginners, college graduates & bookkeep-
ers is TARR. the expert, 220 Parrott building.
A FULL course of Ellis bookkeeping and the
Gregg shorthand costs only $60. San Fran-
cisco Business College. 1236 Market st.
WANTED — Good mandolin players for select
club, and violinist, etc., for amateur orches-
tra. S. F. Conservatory, 301 Jones st. : \u25a0
Chicago Business College, 1435 Market, nr. 10th —
Pitman shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, $6 mo.
PIANO lessons at pupils' homes, 60c and $1;
highest references. Address box 623, Call.
VAUDEVILLE School of Acting— Pupils pre-
pared for ..the. stage. . 125. Mason st -
ACTING— Send to Grand Opera-house for cir-
cular of Grand. Opera-house School of Acting.
MARY P. WESTHAUS, piano, mandolin, guitar
lessons, EOc; piano, for practice. 39 Fifth st
PROF. L. MERKI, experienced teacher; violin,
mandolin, guitar; juvenile class.. 1008 Mission.
ILLUSTRATION— PARTINGTON'S DAY and
ILLUSTRATION— nigljt class. 424 Pine st.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post st, S. F.;
founded 1863; new SO- page catalogue free.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing.
etc. ; day or eve. ; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
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