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BCERCKSS OFFICE or The San Francisco
Call, corner of Merket and Third streets ; open
cntll 12 o'clock every night ln the, year.
BRANCH OFFICES-^27 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; oyen until % 9:30 p. m.
200 Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. m.
Co9 McAllirter street; open until 9:30 p. ta.
CIS Larkin street; open until 9:50 p. m.
1941 Mission street: open until 10 p. m.
i2bl Market street, corner Sixteenth; open
loitil 0 p. m.
1C6 Eleventh etreet; open until 9 p. m.
1C9G Valencia street; open until 9 p. m.
Ncrthwest corner Twenty-second and Ken-
lucky streets; open until 9 p. m.
C200 Fillmore street : open until 9 p. m.
CALIFORNIA Chapter No. 5, R. A. M., j[iV
will meet THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN- /i
ING, May 27. at 7:30 o'clock. M. M. C2t
degree. By order of the H. P. V*
FRANKLIN H. DAY. Secretary.
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. 30, F. & A. n
M —Called meeting THIS (TUES- ,1V.
DAY) EVENING at 7:">0 o'clock. D. l£3?
3 By order of the W. M. ' v
EDWIN L. MEYER. Secretary.
PACIFIC Lodge No. 136. F. & A. M.. m
121 Eddy st.. meets THIS EVENING. _*\^
7:.jii o"clock. :; D. TtX
ORIENTAL Lodge No. 144, F. & A. M.. •
—Third degree THIS (TUESDAY) _/\_
EVENING, at 7:;><> o'clock. &/
A. S. HUBBARD. Secy. /V '
MISSION Lodge No. 169, F. & A. M. — m
Called meeting THIS (TUESDAY) _*%_
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Second 7i^\
degree. R. E. ALLAN. Secretary. /
UNITY Lodge No. 131. I. O. O. F..
ING, May 27. 1902. at Sixteenth
end Valencia sts. First degree *'''¦>
will be conferred by the degree team of Pa-
cifiic Lodge No. 155. All brothers in good
standing are invited. %
A. S. CRONK, N. G.
PARKER Lodge No. 124. I. O. O.
F.— Initiation THIS (TUESDAY)
* c - F - JOCOBSOX - N ~- G -
IVANHOE Lodge No. 5. K. of P.. Zj*.
will confer the KNIGHT RANK 3. j&
(long form) WEDNESDAY. May 28, *^CVK*
19C2, at Pythian Castle. SKC% Mar-
ket street, at 8:30 p. m. Members of sister
lodges cordially invited.
O. NORCROSS. K. of R. and S.
ANCIENT Order of Foresters and Com- >m_yi**
panions of the Forest will hold their
2Sth annual picnic at California JM"\
Schuetzen Park on FRIDAY, May 30, CL_>
:!"!.¦; valuable gate and game prizes; adult's
ticket, round trip, including admission to
park. 50c; children under 12 years, 25c; boats
leave Tiburon ferry, foot of Market St., 9
and 11 a. m. and 12:35 and 3:30 p. m.
S. J. SEVERANCE, President.
M. BOEHM. Secretary.
FIFTEENTH annual picnic of j^-<f4p?
Sons of St. George will be &y/\t£i \-r^
held May .JO, 1902, at Glen- -^VA-^X «K^
wood Park, Santa Cruz •frf'^2i^r!l5^
Mountains. Leave ferry VrN-K^ftifT
7:4.". rr.u n:4."> r>. m. Tick- \ vi^SsU^-t
ets. adults, $1, children 50 t tg^jg^^y
THE Caledonian Club will hold Its . <rr $.
thirty-sixth Rrand annual Bather- CJV, UUJ
ing -"d tames at Shell Mound 1 "?iMfcl*
Park. FRIDAY. May 30. 1902. The t*3»
most renowned athletes from the East and
Pacifi* Coan will compete. Prizes amount-
ir.< to over $3000 will be distributed. In ad-
dition to the above, a gold medal, valued at
$250. wi!l be awarded to the best player oa
the- bagpipes of Scotch national airs, con-
sitting of pibrochs, marches, Etrathspeys and
reels. Highland dancing on platform by
lade and lassies in costume. Over 40 exciting
events on tl.e programme! Get one. Full
band for pavilions. Dancing until 8 p. m. A
Scotch welcome extended to all. Buy round
trip tickets to Shell Mound Park. Admission
to grounds, adults, 50c; children. 25c.
A. M. MacPHERSON, Chief.
J. H. DUNCAN. Secretary.
ANNUAL Meeting — The regular annual meet-
ing of the stockholders of the Olympic Salt
Water Company will be held at the office of
the company. 327 Market St., San Francisco,
Cal.. on MONDAY, the 26th day of May,
V.tvz. at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors to j
serve for the ensuing year, and the transac- j
tion of such other business as may come be-
fore the meeting. Transfer books will close
en Friday, May 16. 1!Ki2, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Office. 327 Market Et.. San Francisco. Cal.
The above meeting has been postponed
until Monday, June 2. 1902, at 3 o'clock p. m.
IF you are not makir.fr $10 a dav. write at I
nrsiVKSSiTHAJVCJES'-— ConflnneA^^
A — BAKERY In Western Addition; laree store
and wason trade; selling on account of • sick-
ness • • • Country peddling outfit will be
Bold for Its actual worth; owner retiring;
fine opportunity. • • • Restaurant on Six-
teenth st.; owner going north; a bargain;
cheap rent. • • ? For particulars call on
JOSEPH STRAUB. 850 Market ft.
MECHANICS' boarrtinK-house in manufactur-
ing district; full of boarders; cheap rent;
price $:>O0. Eltei & Carroll. 1032 Market St.
AN old-established real estate office for sale
cheap on account of sickness; price $200; a
snap. Coast Real Estate Co., 7S31a Market.
GOOD growing paper route for sale cheap. Ap-
ply 1744 Hyde st.
WANTED— Sec. and treas. for a large mfg Co.
in this city; must be able to take $1000 to
$2000 in stock, which will be taken up at
expiration of term. Address Mfg.. box 47o.
Call otflce.
FOR sale — Good paying saloon, account other
business. Address box 504. Call office.
CANDY 6tore and factory; good opportunity;
good reason for selling. Apply 1428 Dupont.
A GOOD plumbing business; a good chance to
the right party. • Inquire Emma Spreckels
building, room 007, M. H. RODMAN. •__
FOR sale — A country tailoring establishment.
Apply REISS BROS. & CO.. 24 Sutter at.
1X000 — PARTNER in manufacturing business,
wholesale and retail; purpose, to enlarge fac-
tory; no agents. For particulars, box 505,
Call office. __^^__
$10 — THE investment of ten dollars will secure
an ample income. For particulars address
Bona Fide, box 47S. Call office.
Store with large basement, below Kearny. suit-
able for bowling, games; lease. C36 Clay. r. 1.
ROUTE in Western Addition: building up dls-
trlct; reasonable. Box 1792. Call.
8 ROOMS; $25 cash, balance monthly.... $200
20 rooms; clears $60 200
18 rooms: just listed %}
12 rooms; snap 4ao
15 rooms; owner sick; must sell 1 i?}r
10 rooms; comer: bargain 750
30 rooms; clears $250; investigate 3200
20 rooms; north Market; clears $100... l.iOO
100 rooms; clears $600 9500
50 rooms; rent $150; clears $450 4200
40 rooms; $1000 cash, balance monthly. 2200
A. H. RETSLOFF, phone John 531.
906 Market, cor. Ellis (upstairs, rooms 7-8).
850 Market st. and 8 Stockton st..
Rooms 21. 22. 23. Phone Bush 328.
If you have hotels, rooming houses or busi-
ness "to sell, list with us; buyers, call; we can
suit you; have bargains «in hotels, lodging-
houses, flats; all sizes and prices; in all parts
of city.
Money loaned, 1VS per cent.
MITCHELL &. HORNLEIN. 1206 Market «t.
We have rooming-houses, all sizes and
prices, in all parts of the city.
11 rooms; good location; Al furnished. .$S50
20 rooms; sunny; good renter 950
8 rooms; tunny flat: corner 200
11 rooms; downtown: good 700
18 rooms; rent $37 50; make offer 800
Money loaned at 1% per cent per month.
SCO Market at. — (Inc.). .Phone Davis 281.
Reliable dealers ln rooming-houses, hotels.
business chances and real estate.
We furnish vacant houses and
Lean Money at lowest rates.
Something new every day.
New houses to lease..
100 ROOMS; country transient; low rent.. $6500
300 rooms ; corner house ; for men 5O00
16 rooms; sunny corner; fine location. 1500
14 rooms; rent very low; bargain 600
40 rooms; man house; rent $45; bargain Too
Money loaned at 1 per cent.
Hotels, roadhouses. flats, 5 to 200 rooms.
EITEL & CARROLL. 1032 Market st. •
BUY your houses direct from a furniture dealer
on easy payments.
10 rooms; clears $40 $o00
11 rooms; clears $30 $350
8 rooms; clears $30 $300
And other bargains. 812 Howard st.
FIXE, bay-window corner house: 28 rooms;
good transient business: good furniture: earns
$150 monthly; will exchange for property;
price $5000.
917 Market st.. bet. 5th and 6th.
MASON, st., 10 rooms. $700: 8 r.. $475; 22 r.,
$1400; Kearny St.. 18 r.. $1700; 21 r., $1400.
These are all good paying places: 70 more
houses, south and north, at all prices: we
tr"at all customers best and honest as possi-
ble. McBRIDE & CO.. 765 Market st.
WE have a number of the most centrally lo-
cated and best-paying rooming-houses ln the
city for sale; if you want a bargain call and
see our list. TOMLINSON & CO., 105 Ellis
st. (Glasgow block), room 10. -
719 Market et. (upstairs), near Call building;
CliAIRVOVAXTS — ¦Contlnoed.'
&0c, 50c 326 — O'Farrell St. — 326 50c, 50c.
The first registered as well as the first
graduate palmist and clairvoyant . -
ever in San Francisco.
PAUL DESTINE is, beyond the shadow of a
doubt the most scientific practicing clairvoyant
j»nd palmist in the world to-day; extraordinary
clairvoyant power, combined with his superior
knowledge of occult forces, enables him to read
human deBtiny with unerring accuracy: his in-
formation and advice on marriages, divorce,
separations, love and family affairs, business
transactions, law suits, etc., are accurate and
truthful; he reunites the separated, settles
lovers' quarrels, causes speedy marriages; lo-
cates hidden treasures and mines by a new
method: advises you as to whether or not you
will be successful In mining or in business:
oftentimes, by good advice, he gives you back
your lost nerve and energy, no matter what
trouble you may have: call and he will help
you. Palmistry taught, mediumlstic persona
developed; 5 questions answered by mall, 50c.
326— O'FARRELL ST.— 326.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to HPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
lug works. 353-357 Tehama st.; tel. South 40
IMPROVED carpet-cleaning for particular peo-
rilo. A. G. Kleinert, 1512 Polk; tel. East 725.
Karlson Karpet Co — Cleaning 3%c yd ;upholster-
ing.1213 Market.bet.Sth&9th;tel.Howard 2012.
ADVANCE Carpet -cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter st.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Prop.
RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices
reasonable 1703 Harrison st. ; tel. Mission 2C3.
MODERN Co.; lowest rates for machine clean-
ing. Phone Mint 301. Office 923 Mission st.
CITY Steam Carpet-beating Works. G. H.
STEVENS. Mgr.. 38-40 8th st. ; tel. South 250.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works.
333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 126.
J E. MITCHELL Carpet-cleaning and Reno-
vatlng Co.. 240 14th St.: tel. Mission 74.
G^Eo7lG^^W ; r^K^LTY r S~Agency^-No charge
unless successful. Room 310. 927 Market st.
$16 — SUNNY cottage: 5 rooms; large basement;
yard. 137 Dolores St.. near Fifteenth.
NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc-
tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical; day and night. 24 Post St., S. F. ;
catalogue free. ¦
A — IF Gregg stenographers are not fast writers,
how do they all get positions and hold them 7
34 positions In March, 32 in April; Ellis book-
keeping makes real bookkeepers. S. F. Busi-
> ness College. 1236 Market st. •
conducted by experts; best combined short-
hand and commercial course to be had any-
where; Indorsed by official court reporters.
13S2 Market st. > -
S. F. — Thorough courses; complete equipment;
all subjects pertaining to mining and mining
engineering: day and night; catalogue free.
A — THE LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory
echool for the university, law and medical
colleges: references, President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. Phelan building.
Address Ayers' Business College, 723 Market
at., for their new catalogue; It is free and the
nicest in the State. Life scholarship $50.
ENGINEERING — Civil, elec. mining, mech.sur-
vey, assay cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1864. Van
der Nalllen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ACCOUNTING^ — Most thorough course on coast;
beginners and college graduates perfected.
TARR. expert accountant. 219 Parrott bldg.
GOLDEN Gate Cora'l College. 630 Golden Gate
ave.. S. F. — Spring, summer term shorthand,
bookkpg., penmanship; posit'n when qualified.
CALIFORNIA Business College; most thorough
modern methods; positions for all graduates;-
new 60-page catalogue free. 305 Larkln st.
ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallet School:
associated with theatrical agency securing po-
eitions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrell st. .
LEARN ad. writing: terms reasonable. CALI-
FORNIA AD. SCHOOL, 234 Montgomery st.
VIOLIN, guitar, mandolin, banjo taught in
class, $1 mo. 426 O'Farrell: phone Pine 433.
Chicago Business College. 1435 Market. nr.-10th;
Pittman shorthand, typing, bookkeepg: $6 mo.
Harpist, only teacher AVest, desires pupils. Mme.
CaruEl. Hallet School Acting. 120 O'Farrell st.
GIVEN free; mandolin, violin, guitar or banjo,
by taking 20 lessons, 50c lesson. 14S4 Market.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc. : day or eve. ; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
SHORTHAND taught by mall or personally.
MISS M. Q. BARRETT. 302 Montgomery st.
YOUNG Englishman, 24. respectable, of good
habits, and very willing, wishes employment.
city or country. Address H., box 5i4. Call.
BAKER j wants position as second hand, or
could take charge of small shop; country
preferred. Box 571. Call office.
YOUNG man, 23. wishes position in grocery
- and bar; with reference; 4 -years experience.
Address 943 Willow St.. West Oakland. .
PRACTICAL gardene7~wlshes a situation; ref-
, erences. . Address PAUL SCHOOF, Baldwin
House, 30-32 Ellis st. ¦'
FIREMAN, steady and reliable, wants position
as fireman or oiler. 322 Fremont st.
AN honest reliable man desires work In private
family; can milk, take care or drive horses,
do garden work or lawn mowing. Address
_470J.<; Seventh St., room 20, Oakland.
SITUATION wanted by expert mechanical
draughtsman; 20 yrs.' experience In the East;
designing, building & perfecting machinery;
ln or out of city. R. M.. box 828, Call office.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established , at 1096
Valencia st. '¦ - __
COMPANIES Incorporated and financed;. stock
¦ . and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and
¦ sold: stock accepted for services. Send for
.Pacific States Investor. PACIFIC STATES
_ FLATS T -?- LET> -
$27 50 — NEW upper flat 8 rooms; 2 toilets;
latest Improvements: concrete basement. 130
Second ave.. near California st.
GOLDEN Gate ave., 975. opp. Jefferson Sq. — j
Upper sunny modern flat of 5 rooms and bath.
HAYES. 1737. near Park— Sunny lower flat, 3
rooms; large high basement; rent <J.l.
O'FARRELL, 1933 — Modern flat. 6 sunny
rooms, bath, yard, basement: reasonable.
THREE sunny flats, 4 rooms; recently reno-
vated; $14. 714 Natoma St., near Ninth.
SUNNY flat, 4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished.
2829 Washington Bt. .
TWO nice new sunny flats. 1112-1114 Fell St.,
near Scott; north side street.
UNION, 1350 — Upper sunny flat of 7 rooms and
bath; beautiful view; rent. reasonable.\
UP to date brand new 6-room flats; fine marine
view; yard: basement. 2935-2937 Pierce st.
UPPER 4-room'flat and bath: no children; rent
$15. 336 Tehama st.
UPPER sunny modern flat 6 rooms and bath.
$25. 4159 Twentieth st.. near Castro.
WALLER, 220 — Sunny flat, 6 rooms, bath;
pleasant location; rent reduced. __,
2 FLATS of 4 large rooms, bath and laundry.
340 Liberty st. ¦ m
1518 BROADWAY, near Van Ness ave. — Upper
and lower flat; key at premises.
$26 50— NICE flat; 6 rooms and bath; choice
location. Ill Liberty st.. nr. Guerrero^
ELEGANTLY furnished 8-room flat with bath
to responsible parties; no children. 4138
Twentieth St.. off Castro. •___
NICELY furnished flat of five rooms and bath,
with every convenience, from June 1. 204^
Ninth et. >
BEAUTIFULLY furnished modern flat. 5
rooms, bath; newly renovated. 1228 Treat
avenue. ' .
BEAUTIFULLY furnished sunny 7-room flat;
piano; garden. 2833 Washington st.
FURNISHED flat to let. 710 Mason St.; .5
rooms and bath.
FOR sale — Fine sunny furnished 7-room flat; no
agents. 355 Polk st.
NEW & up-to-date furniture & carpets of an
8-room modern sunny flat near Van Ne3s
ave., on Eddy st. ; rare chance. Box 403, Call.
4 ROOMS furnished ln oak, $48 50. with No. 7
range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
BARGAIN — 2 good bicycles, high gear; also
rooming-house, 6 rms., all rented. 874 Howard.
BIG price paid for furniture for 60 days; special
reasons. S. J. WAUGH. r. 415, Examiner big.
A. WOLLPERT. 773 Mission at., pays highest
•price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354.
ST.: MR. DAVIS. - '
GOOD hands on vests, who understand but-
tonholes; good wages. 041% Stevenson st.
TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes 0 p. m. Wednesday; salary no object.
NEAT girl for downstairs work; must be a good
' cook; kooU wages. 1180 O'l'arrell st. ¦
WAITRESS In small restaurant, $0 a week and
room; half day . Sunday. 2585 Market st.
YOUNG girl take care baby, help light house-
work; wages $8 to $10. 3703 Twenty-sixth.
WOMAN to keep house; 2 grown people, boy
6; excellent home for right party; city refer-
ence. Box 400, Call office. : ... ¦
Halrdresslng, manicuring, massage, bleaching,
dyeing, halrwork; splendid position in stores
and with private customers, $50 to $75 mo. ; 2
weeks $5; day, ev. classes. 1236 Market, r. 9*.
WANTED— An apprentice for dressmaking;
paid while learning. 1111 Van Ness ave.
PANTS operators wanted by S. N. WOOD &
CO. Apply at factory. 27 Geary st.
WANTED— Saleslady. Apply between 8 and
11 a. m. at HALE BROS.'-.
WANTED — Experienced shlrtmakers. EAG-
LESON & CO.. 535 Market at.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 109U
Valencia at.
69 3d at.; near Call bldg. ; phone Bush 405.
....Teamsters and laborers tor railroad....
..Office fee $1 -'.
To all points in Nevada
Free fare Free fare
......Office fee $1; no other expenses
1 R. R. men for Mendocino County...........
Big sawmill
eorailroad laborers. ..$26 per month & board
1- sawmill and woodsmen.
$26 to $65 per month and board
Machinist, sawmill... $45 per month & board
2 barkers $40 per month and board
2 crosscutters .$40 per month and board
2 chaintenders $40 per month and board
2 Jackscrewers $40 per month and board
2 head tree fellers.. $50 per month and board
6 swampers $35 per month and board
\2 head setters $3 per day
10 lumber pliers $40 per month and board
10 men to grade on skid read... $35 mo. & bd
5 carpenters' helpers $2 per day
5 carpenters $4 per day; fare paid
6 haymakers $1 25 per day and board
10 fruit pickers $1 per day and board
10 laborers and teamsters, city $2 per day
4 men for smelter $72 per month
Night clerk for lodging-house. .$1* day & room
Dishwasher, camp $25 per month
CAL. EMP. AGENCY 59 Third St.
Phone Main 1191.
400 teamsters, concrete men, rockmen, steam
shovel dumpers $2 25 to $2 50 per day
To all parts of Nevada and Salt Lake Dlv.
. Ship direct: fee $1.
200 railroad men; S. P. Co. and Santa Fe.
80 boys to learn trades $4, $9 per week
6 carbullders .$3 per daj '
' 5 cabinet-makers $3 per day
4 shoemakers; country $2 per day
7 laborers; mine $2 per day
5 carmen; north $2 per day
3'miners; south $2 50 per day
25 quarrymen $2 per day
4 waiters; country restaurant $30 month
Cooks, waiters, etc., clty.$10 to $40 per month
1 cook; summer resort $70
5 tleswamperB; Mendoclno Co.. $35 and found
1 tteslder; Mendocino Co $40 and found
. 10 tlemakers;'. Mendoclno County... Top price
16 farm hands $1 25 and found
4 boys for drugstore $5 week
1 apprentice boy for optician
1 blacksmith^ helper; city $2
17 laborers and miners: San Benlto County...
$2 and $2 50 per day
1 coachman $25 and found
1 bill boy $27
12 shoveiers $1 25 and found
30 tanbark peelers $50
1 milker $35 and found
Many other positions. Call and see bulletin.
40 HOTEL cooks, country. $40 and $50; board-
ing-house cooks, $40; second cook, $35; cook
and wife, country hotel, $45; hotel waiters,
country; restaurant waiters; dishwasher, $30;
vegetablemen, bell boys, elevator boys and
others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. C28 Sac-
ramento st.
A— MURRAY & READY;... Phone Main 5848
....... ... 634-636 Clay St
.-¦ ..leading Employment and Labor Agents..
." .'. Office Open 7 a. m
To Nevada ....Free Fare "....State Nevada
To Reno, to Wadsworth, to Elko. to Iron
Point, to Dltha. to Vista, to the Salt Lake
division. Moleen. Rokeby, and all points in
. Novada >......
: 350 teamsters free. $2 25 to $2 50 day
175 rockmen, fare ..$*J 23 to $2 50 day
375 laborers. Nevada $2 25 and S2 <l*y
5 stonemasons for Nevada. R. R. work; free
fare $4 day
Car dumpers, free 52 to $2 50 day
1C0 drillers, fare, Nevada $2 50 day
Stockton. Fresno. Bakersfleld, etc
150 men for the Santa Fe system, different
gangs. $1 75 day. free fare, ship daily
•:::::::;:: ::::::. w ™™ ::::::."
Locomotive engineer, sawmill ?^2
Fireman, sawmill * 6 '«£!
Screw setter, sawmill *°°
3 more carpenters, sawmill company. .$75 fa
479 men to work in sawmills. wood3 and
yards, piling lumber, running machines and
making themselves generally useful; wages
$35, $30 $50. $40 and found; no experience
reeded; you'll suit FARE PAID
3 barkers, $35 & fd; 3 crosscut sawyers....
$3a f d
4 lumber graders, $75 ; see boss here •
10 lumDer pliers, north..... .$40 and found
20 men to pile lumber. Humboldt County;
15 laborers to work ln woods. Humboldt
Ccunty *40 founl
Engineer, locomotive; see boss here. .$3 day
Fireman, country; see boss here $2 25 day
5 stonemasons. R. R. work, free fare.. $120
5 carpenters, company work $90
Blacksmith for a mine, north $90
Korceshoer. country shop $2 50 to $3 day
10 blacksmiths $3 to $3 50
10 carpenters for big sawmill company....
$75 and found
Blacksmith, sawmill CO.. $45 and found;
blacksmith, county shop. $75; blacksmith,
country, $52 and found; ranch blacksmith.
$50 and found; blacksmith, country shop:
cooper, see boss here. $40 and found; car-
riage painter, sticker hand, $3 50 day; 2
brick molders. mine. $75.
Blacksmith for mine $70 fd
5 miners, north $70 fd
Gold Silver
18 miners, gold quartz mine, $2 75 day; 5
miners, shaft work. 8 hours, $3 day; 3 min-
ers, good mine. $75; 4 miners, north, $82 50;
25 muckers, good mine, $75; 20«laborers for
different mines, $30 to $42 and found; 25
quarry men, $2 25; 15 laborers, $00
Factories, and others
5 laborers, city factory $2 day
10 laborers brickyard, no experience required
$30 fd
6 laborers: 10 laborers, manufacturing co.,
$2 day; city factory. $1 50. $1 75 day: 15 la-
borers, city. $42 and found; 6 laborers, board
home, $2 day: 25 laborers, 12 miles from S.
F., $60. free fare; 10 laborers, near city, free
fare. $42 and found.
Haymakers .Fruit Pickers
10 men to run mowers. $40 and found; 15
haymakers. $150 day. and 127 haymakers,
all counties. $125 day and found, hay balers;
157 farmers for steady Jobs on fruit farms
and vineyards; 75 milkers, butter maker3 and
cheese makers.
25 men and boys to work ln fruit and veg-
etables; pick, thin and pack; no experience
required; wages, men $32 and found; boys,
' $20 and found: fare 60c.
• 4 deckhands, river dredger. $35 and found;
3 sailors, good job. $40 and found; 6 stable-
men, country stables. $35 and $40 and found;
young man for factory. $7 week; choremen,
private family. $25 and found; milk-wagon
driver, city. $40 and found: 4-hors© team-
ster, lumber wagon, city. $15 week: roust-,
about in factory, city. $1 75 day; 5 team-
sters, city, $60: 5 stablemen. $60; 3 buggy
washers. $60: hostler men, city, $30; stable-
men, country stable. $35 and found; 15 boys,
city factories. $7- week; boys to learn trades.
Cooks Walters Kitchen Help
Chef cook, country hotel. $75: see boss
here; cook helper, country hotel, $30 and fd.
Cook, good country hotel. $45 and found;
cook, camp. $35; 18 cooks, other places; 3
ranch hands; 25 waiters; 30 kitchen hands.
$20. $25. $30 and $35 and found ; butcher,
country shop. $30 and found. '
3 camp waiters mine co $30 and found I
Hundreds of other positions Come, see
MURRAY & READY 634-636 gay st.
WANTED — Treasurer for Chutes Theater. Los
Angeles; $20 week and expenses; cash ,bnnd
required; long engagement; immediately.
American Amusement Co., Cosmopolitan Hotel.
A STEADY man with small capital can secure
a good living in a cigar store. Iifqulre cigar
factory,; 257 Fourth St.. near Folsom.
COPPERSMITH apprentices wanted; age 14
to 16 years: $3 a week to commence with.
Box 499. Call office.
PENSION atty.. E. A. Bullls. room 40.^>he7I^
big. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G.A.R.
600 MEN to buy new and 2d-hand army shoes
50c up; soling 20c up. 923 Howard St., nr. 5th!
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and 1
Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting- 25o
to 50c. 5C3 Mission st.. bet. lst and 2d sts.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket — 200 rooms. 25c night; reading rooms; rr»»
'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore.
A BRANCH office for Call adveTtiseirnVnts "and
subscriptions has been established at 103a
Valencia at.
A — PRINTED list houses to let; send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
COTTAGE, six rooms;~~9 Ewer place, oi?
Mason, between Clay and Sacramento. Ad-
ply 10 Ewer place. y
$30— SUNNY modern 2-stnry bay-window house
of t rocma and bath. 720 Broclerlck st.
M v X L° (fair Oaks)— New cottTgT^TTo^raT
bath: fnrnlthed. A. R HARRISON. 79 Geary
THREE wcll-mat^d~s7yUsli~ca7ri7gT~teamr
average weight 2500 pounds: perfectly train
ed: two coal black teams, stand 16:3 hand*
average weight 2450; six work horses averasl
weight 1400. and six fine large driving hor<= e *
Just from the country; these are all weii
broken: trials given. Call at OCCIDENTAr
prietor. 246 THIRD ST.. formerly 721 "Howl
ard st. . »»
A LOT of horses for sale at Arcade Hors« Var-f
ket, 327 Sixth at.; also buggies, waso"! hlr-
nees. etc.; auction sales every Wednesday at
11 a. m. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer.
YOt; c^", flnd what yJU want ln tIle horse linn
at STEWARTS Horse Market. 721 Howard
t.t.. near Third; phone Main 1150.
FOR sale. Santa Rosa Salesyard — Just arrived
several fine road and business horses new
buggies and harness. 1499 Market, cor.' 11th.
San Francisco Veterinary College— Fourth ses-
slon begins June 9. Catalogues by applying to
M. L. PANCOAST. Sec. 510 Golden Gate ave?
FOR sale — 2 well broken saddle horses- quiet
and safe. See Mr. CLEMENTS, at Riding
Club, corner Pacific and Polk sts.. city.
FINE Rockaway. In first-class condition fo*
sale. Address 519 Fourth st.
Largest stock 2d-hand wagon*, buckboard sur-
rey.harness.work.drlving horse*. 15th&Valencia.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness
etc.. cheap. EGAS & SON. 2117 Mission atl
AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp-
lng wagon for sale cheap. 532 Mission at.
2 LIGHT business buggies; also 1 light top
buggy. 1370 Turk st.
CHEAP; must be sold; roadhouse ln good run-
ning order; parties going away. Inquire at
Call office.
RICH mining claim at Nome; too good t»
miss; terms very reasonable. The Investors*
Agency. 137 Montgomery st.. 3. F.
LOST — On California st.. bet. Kearny and Mar-
ket, gold watch chain: keepsake. Finder
please return to 15 Main at. and recelvt*
LOST— Sunday, on train to Mt. Tamalpais,
gold link cuff button, set with small diamond.
Return to 16 Third st. cigar store; liberal
reward. ,
LOST — May 25. on Lafayette st.. bet Mission
and Howard, pair gold specks. 20 Lafayette
St.; $1 reward.
$10 REWARD for the return of a new large
dark blue overcoat taken from 1131 Howard
St.. May 14.
LOST — Turquoise and diamond crescent-shaped
stick pin; liberal reward. 5B6 Geary at., r. 50.
MAY 24. at I. O. O. F. Hall, gold Masonio
emblem. Return to Call office; reward.
LOST — A bay mare; little white on face and
hind leg. 3034 Franklin St.; reward.
LOST — A fox terrier on Mason St.; reward $5;
return 225 Mason at.
1T L w1u P* T to "Remember" that the California
Watch Case Co.. 220 Sutter at., needs old gold
_ and silver to make new watch cases.
3 GOOD locations on good gold-bearing ledge;
will locate for grubstake. Box 572. Call.
once for our proposition. Box 48S, Call.
WAXTED— Solicitors; ladies and gentlemen.
Apply 1419 Polk Et.
K. W. KING. atty.. Examiner building, room
613; cli cases; damages, estates, wills, 'mort-
gages, partnerships, attachments, collections,
etc.: legal papers drawn; consultation free; no
advance charges; open eve's; call or write.
ADVICE free: divorces a specialty; quick; quiet;
no charge without success: established 16 yrm.
G. TT. HOWE, S50 Market Et.. cor. \Stockton.
ADVICE free; open every evening; low fees;
ail cases. J. M. THURSTON. 819 Market Bt.
L. S. CLAItK. Emma Epreckels bldg.. 927 Mar-
Vet «t.: consultation free: no fees In advance.
BICVCLES— For Sale or Exchange.
ALLtN has best bicycles made: all prices; call
before buying: repairing, tires, bells. 301
Larkin. :x»5 Market. 1068 to 1974 Page.
B33 and 337 Kearny st.
I-«rpgft and beet appointed place in th* country.
BOOKS of all kinds bought; libraries purchased.
H. C. Holmes 114'J Market: tel. Howard 194«.
A— $1401! ; HALF interest in one of the beet
paying eaioons in this city. Particulars 11.
G. VWLKE, 2tiV 2 Kearny st.
A— $lt!00; HESTAURANT on Market St.; daily
receipts ebout $60; lease; splendid chance; a
money maker. Call R. G. WILKE, 20^j
Kearny w.
A— 512^0; COFFEE £aloon and restaurant near
Market end Powell sts.; value $2500; make
an ofler; sickness cause of celling. See R.
G. WILJvK. 20'^ Kearny st.
A— f 250; HESTAURANT; cost to fix up $600;
rent $1!.; splendid location; a great bargain
and good business. Call R. G. WILKE, 26 \i
- . Ktarny «t.
A—^430; IiAKKRY. established years; all store
trade; rent $4U; 3 rooms and kitchen; baking
1 barrel per day. Call R, G. WILKE, 26»Z
Kearny «.
A BALOO29 en Fourth st., near Market; $650.
A saloon; half interest; $750.
A branch bakery and notions; $550.
p Call R. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny st.
A — DAIRY produce, delicatessen and tamale
depot clearing above $350 per month; estab.
years; the brst investment in any kind of
business. Call R. G.WILKE. 26H* Kearny.
A— $800; PARTNER wanted In fine paying and
best located restaurant on Sutter St.; sick-
ness compels owner To take good man as
partner or sell the whole business. See R.
G. WILKE. 2ti'i Kearny st.
A — $550; OYSTER and chop house; clears $150
month; bargain. STRAND. 1007^ Market.
A— $1250; CORNER grocery and bar; fine stock-
fixtures; 2 cash registers; good trade;3 rooms'
4 years' lease. STRAND, 1007^ Market st!
A— $325; BRANCH bakery and variety store- 4
rooms; cheap rent. STRAND, IOO714 Market.
A—WE buy sell or exchange business of any
kind. STRAND & CO.. 1007% Market st.
•^T* 20^: CIGAR store; rent $ToTwlH oacrifice
for $.5 to-day. STRAND. 1007% Market at)
A PATRON invested «IOO with us; his averace
dividends were $5 15 a week; in leas than
five months he had drawn as much in divi-
dends as his principal; why not do the same
yourself? We guarantee you against loa»;
dividends are paid every Monday; we have
been doing business for years, and never a
ioes ; we accept accounts as low as $10- divi-
dend for week ending May 24, $5 OS- write
or call for interesting literature. AMERI-
615, Emma Spreckels building.
A — WANTED: reliable, active man to take
State cr county pattern rights ln one of the
Eios-t profitable and salable articles in exist-
ence; email capital required. P. 6 DE
LUCA, 318 Kearny et., room L
A — Hardware, paint and- oil business in very
best town this State; nets $250 mo.; invoice
my stock: no good will; snap rent See
HedKws, 4C1-4C2 Parrott bldg.. 825 Market.
A— *300; PARTNER wanted in lirht businecs-
$18 to ?25 a week; no nirht or Sunday work-
duties light and easily learned; trial given
before buying. 25 Geary et., room 1.
$ 380 — LUNCH and coffee parlor; fit for 2 part-
ner* or man and wife. For particular* call
¦__ at 796 Folaom st.
BRANCH bakery, groceries, candy, notions and
school cupcliee. near school. fill\i Bryant st.
good titles; easy terms; telephone Green 45S;
big list hotels and lodging-houses.
FOR a lie — A newly furnished house; would
rr.: ke a good quiet transient house; no
agents. Address box 580. Call office. !
A — WE have 400 lodging houses for sale: prices
$125 to $5000. Strand &. Co.. 1007% Market.
SOLD on easy payments at 842 Howard— 16
rms.. clears $50. $600; 9 rms.. clears $30. $300.
BROCKWAY'S proof positive test seance.
Sun.. Wed. and Fri. nights; every one re-
ceives test; 25c; readings daily. 1052 Ellis st.
PROF. HOLTMAN. medium and gifted healer;
all diseases cured by his marvelous astro-
psychic power; advice free. 1228 Market st.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance, bus. medium;
life reader; medical clairvoyant: sittings $1;
letter $2. 1164 O'Farrell rt.: Ellis car.
A — C. V. MILLER, world's famous materializ-
ing medium; spirits speak face to face; seance
Tues., Fri., Sun., 8 p. m.; 50c. 1084 Bush st.
MME. YOUNG'S test circle to-night; Prof. Mc-
Laughlln's healing demonstration. 605 Mc-
Allister; 10c: come, skeptics.
Mrs. Seal, spiritual and bus. medium: tobacco
habit cured or no pay. Avondale. 1424 Market.
KATIE HEUSSMANN. 1774 15th., nr. Guer-
rero; circle Friday eve., 25c; readings dally.
MRS HARLAND'S circle to-night; best tests.
10c'; readings dally; ladles 50c. 132 Sixth st.
W G. KEEGAN holds a test seance every night
except Sat.; 10c; sittings daily. 148 Cth st.
MRS. HUBBARD. 109 Oak — Circles Tues. and
Fji., 8 p. m. ; Wed., 2 p. m. ; 10c; read, daily.
EDWARD EARLE, 328 Ellis; readings dally;
phone Polk 1601; seance Sunday and Thurs.
MOTHER SADIE, materializing seance to-day,
12 m.; 50 cte. 1084 Bush st.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 335 McAUieter-*Mrs. C. 3.
Meyer: eittiner dally: test to all to-nUht; 10c
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently
located at 17 Third st.. next Examiner bldg.
Bhe reads your life correctly, gives an accurate
description of the past, reveals the present hap-
penings and portrays events to occur ln the fu-
ture. If you are ln trouble, discontented, un-
happy or not satisfied ln life, or have domestic,
love or business troubles, consult this great me-
dium and you will be told how to overcome
them. Valuable advice in all affairs of life; 25c
up; satisfaction guaranteed. Tel. Black 4569.
A — 60c — 50c — NO HIGHER. ~ '
For this week only, advice on love and s t
business affairs; reunites the separated and
causes speedy marriage; names, dates and
facts given when others fall. Call on the
world's greatest medium and palmist. MME.
J. LYONS, 1016 Market St.. parlors 8 and 9.
A — ISMAR, the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 1104 Market st..
cor. Turk; private readings dally. 10 a. m. to
6 p. m. ; readings by mail as satisfactory as
In person- 3 questions answered. $1; full life
$6; send lock of hair, date and year of birth.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card
reader, born with double veil — second sight;
diagnoses diseases with life readlng;ladles 50c.
genta $1: palm, and clair. alt..$l 50. 126 Turk.
FOR a limited time, Mrs. Reynolds, the famous
life reader, will give her marvelous full life
readings for $1. 1008^ Market hours 10 to 5.
YOUR fortune told from cradle to grave. What
I tell cornea true: send dime and birth date.
PROF. J. MYERS. P. O. box 2224. San Fran.
MRS. DR. F. CLARKE, the well-known trance
medium, permanently located at 1206 Market
et.. cor. Golden Gate ave.. rooms 25 and 26.
25c — SPECIAL — $2 readings one week for 25c;
clairvoyant, palmist, astrologist.- card reader-
10 to 8 daily. 1010 Mission st., near Sixth.
MISS M. WILLE? 514 Taylor St., clairvoyant!
crystal seer; reads your life correctly without
questions; full names :&0c-$l;10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently; business
advice; names given: 25c up. 5 Fourth st. '
Mme. Marceau.' card reader & clairvoyant; la.
& gents 25c. 1601 Mission; 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
MME. WALTERS] great card reader, la. 25c;
gents 50c. 951 Mission, near 6th; open Sun.
MME. CATHERINE DEAN, scientific card
reader; readings daily. 132 Sixth st., office 2.
MME. ODELL, clairvoyant: cards & tea leaves
read accurately; L. 25c; G. 50c. 521% Eddy.
LINCOLN-^-Clairvoyaiu and high psychlst;
hours 11 to 3; readings by mall. , 125 Turk st.
MRS., HOUSER, wonderful medium; truth or
¦ no pay; full life readings 50c. ;704 Howard.
MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant card reader: ladies
25c: cents 60: readings dally. 132 Sixth at.
VIOLIN, mandolin, guitar. Prof. MERKI. good
teacher. 1008 Mission; instruments • selected.
HEALD'S Business College. 24 Post St.. S. F.;
founded 1S63: new 80-page catalogue free.
ELECTRo'dENTAL CLINIC, ~809 ilarketTcorT
4th, r. 7. Flood bldg.; extractions done pain-
lessly; teeth without plates our specialty; gold
crowns $3 50 up; plates, extractions free, $4 60
up: office hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; Sundays.
9 to 2. J. W. THATCHER. D.D.S.. Manager.
EASY Dental Parlors. 6 Turk st.. cor. Mason —
Expert painless extractors; skilled operators;
gas given; lady attendant. R. C. ANDER-
SON. D.D.S.. proprietor and manager.
A NEW plate — The Whalebone— cannot break;
warranted 20 yrs. ; crowns, $3 50; fillings, 60c;
plates. $5. full set; all work painless and war-
ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth st.
PARIS Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor. Bush —
Full set of teeth, $4; crowns, $3; fillings, 60c.
SET of teeth without plate. DR. ii! ol
YOUNG. 1811 Polk st.
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School;
corset-making taught; patterns cut. 10l9 Mkt.
LATEST style skirts $1; children's dresses a
specialty. 78 R.-.usch st., nr. 7th & Hov/ard.
ORPHEUM Employment Office— Japanese. Chl~
nese help. 426 Powell.nr.Sutter;tel.Black 5072.
Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office. 415 Stock-
ton; tel. Grant 1C8; expert, reliable help.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office —
Best help. 411% O'Farrell St.; tel. East 426.
JAPANESE Intelligence Office— Furnish meat
reliable help. 624 Bush St.; tel. Bush 516.
JAP reliable housecleanlng cooks waiters on
ebort notice. 1293 Page; tel. Fell 8501.
CHINESE and Japanese help; estab 20 rears
Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO.. C40"Clay.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
flce: all kinds help. 315 Stockton: Main 51SS.
GOVERNESS' position wanted by a lady of
education and refinement; kindergarten and
music specialties: best Eastern and " State
references; no objection to country. H. H.
Box 03, FrultVale. Cal.
HOUSEWORK wanted by a capable woman;
. Is good cook; no objection to across the bay;
wages not less than $15. Please call 1024
Howard St., .room 7.
GOOD laundress wants work by the day; $1 10
per day; no postals answered. 605 Minna St.,
near Seventh.
MIDDLE-AGED German woman, good cook
and housekeeper, wishes position In country.
173 Minna £t.
YOUNG lady, nurse with experience desires
care of invalid or sick person: $30 to $35
per month. Address box 494, Call office.
BY a reliable woman, work by the day wash-
Ing, ironing or cleaning. Call at 170 Seventh
et. ; no ?03tals. .
2 EASTERN girls wish positions as working
housekeeper and second girl. 773^ Folsom.
RELIABLE" woman wishes work by the day
washing, ironing, housecleanlng or sewing-
$1 50 per day. 148 Sixth St., room , 22. '
YOUNG girl wishes a position f6V general
housework; wages $15. 4330 Seventeenth st.'
A— Austrian girl wants position as housekeeper
Apply 1614 Harrison, bet. 12th and 13th.
YOUNG Swedish girl wishes situation general
housework; cannot speak English.- 1029 Da
Karo St.. bet. 22d and 23d; no postals.
MIDDLE-AGED lady desires work in convent
hospital or institution or car-* of invalid lady'
M. MKYKR, 1434 Broadway. ' ..
A COMPETENT " Swedish girl desires a posi-
tlon as a first-class cook, with first-class ref-
erences; city or country.' >Box 582 Call office.
A SWEDISH lady wishes' position as working
housekeeper; city or country; best of refer-
ences. Box 427, Call office.-; :
LADY would like plain washing and barbers'
I washing to do at home. Address MRS. MAR-
TIN, 304 Third st. i .
"WINCHESTER House, 44 Third et.. near Mar-
ket— 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $150
to $6 week; convenient and respectable; free
bus and baggage to and from : ferry. . r
WANT ads and subscriptions ¦ taken . for The
Call at Eaton's Bazaar. 639 McAllister st. :
CLASSIFIED advertisements' and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements, and
.. fubscrlptlons has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st. ;-.'.' ' - ¦- ': •-:>¦-. •
TRY Danlcheff One Dollar Glove; you will
never wear others; warranted. 121 Grant ave.
AT C R HANSEN & CO.'S 429 Bush st.
A marker and distributor, laundry, city
$10 week
3 waitresses, springs, fare 1 way .'.$25
2 waitresses, first-class summer resort... $25
2 more waitresses, Arizona, free fare $25
2 waitresses, country resort $20
3 chambermaids, city $20
Man and wife, cook and wife, summer re-
sort $65
Man and wife, laundry work, resort $50
2 laundresses, summer resort, fare paid. $50
20 waitresses, city and country.;.... $20. $25
Head waitress, small country place $25
Lunch waitress, no Sunday work . . $4 50 . wk.
Housegirl. small American family. Martinez,
- $25
Ranch cook, fare paid, $25; housegirl. Mill
Valley,- party here. $20; houseglrl. Oakland.
$30, party here. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 429
Bush st.
Opposite California Hotel. ,
A COOK and laundress and dishwasher,
summer resort. $40, $30, $30. party here
AVednesday at 11 a. m. C. R. HANSEN &
CO.. 42» Bush St., opopsite California Hotel.
A COOK and second girl (American family of
4 adults). Belvedere; see party here at 11
a. m. ; $30 and $20. ' \
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush gt.
A REFINED nurse girl. Apply
C. R. HANSEN & CO ...429 Bush st.
MRS. M. E. DAY. Phone Main 1575.
2 head waitresses, $35 and $30; 3 waitresses
first-class resort, $25, room, board and wash-
ing; 2 waitresses mountain resort, $25; 2
waitresses lake, see party here; 8 waitresses
springs, $25 and $20; 9 waitresses different
commercial hotels, $25; fares paid; 12 wait-
resses city hotels, $25 and $20; lunch waitress,
$4 f.O; 3 chambermaids to ' wait, $i'0; pan-
. tryman springs, $25, fare paid; dishwasher.
$6 week, no Sunday work; woman shampooer
baths, city, ?25.
MRS. M. E. DAY, 335 Geary st.
WANTED— Head waitress, city, $35; 3 cooks,
little wash, $30; small restaurant cook, $35:
Institution cook, $40; hotel laundress, 1 $20;
2 waitresses for summer resorts, $22 50, $25:
nurse girl, 1 child, $25; 4 second girls, $20 and
$25; 4 restaurant waitresses, $8, $7; house-
work, 2 family, $25; German cook. $30; parlor ,
maid, country, $;»0; second-girl. Redwood, seei I
party here, $25; 6 chambermaids assist wait-
Ing, $20- 49 girls for housework, $25 and $30.
Apply to .T. J F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter.
A — HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery, rm. 12.
Working housekeeper. $25.
GIRLS, be your own boss; earn $15 to $20 per
week with private customers; halrdresslng,
manicuring, massage, halrwork * taught in 2
' weeks; price $3 50; employment guaranteed;
class day and evening. 233 Geary, rms. 13-15.
WANTED — Young woman for general house-
work; no washing; small family; good wages.
417 Fair Oaks St., near Twenty-fifth.
WANTED — A neat young lady to do collecting
and assist in office: hours 7 to 5:30; wages
$6 per week. Box 678, Call office. ¦
A GOOD dressmaker wanted. Apply early in
' morning, MRS. F. ROBERTSON, dress-
maker. 1229 Mission st.,' bet. 8th and 9th.
WANTED — Young girl or elderly lady to j as-
sist In housework and care for baby; new
flat. 1613 Howard St. < - ¦ -
A -WOMAN experienced in teaching can secure
lucrative position ln a business house. Box
576, Call office. ; .. ..' '. ¦ ¦ ',
GIRL light housework, $15. 2306 Sutter st.;
call morning. . \, • ~ ¦¦:¦¦'¦
SW r EDISH or German girl - for general house-
work; ." adults. 2614 Webster st. ¦ • .
WANTED — Girls to .Iron shirts., . Apply The
L. ELKU5 CO., 29 and 31 Battery st.
TWO pianists to play for lessons. Hoover Unl-
verslty of Physical Culture. 1327 Market st.
EXPERIENCED cook; also to assist ln house-
work. 2219 Scott st. -
GIRE tyoesetter wanted at 516 4 Commercial
WANTED — A cood . boarding-house cook.. Ap-
ply 1122 Larkln ; st. . - , : . ¦
AN experienced finisher on : coats; • also ' opera-
.. tor. 3li4% Third at. . : . ¦ ' .
THOROUGH course in millinery, $1 per week;
¦ : evening class. . 233 Geary, st.,, rooms 13-15. ;
APPRENTICE for hair business at G. LED-
, ERER' S. 123 Stockton ' at.' '¦ . :¦ - -:. ; .
WOMAN; to help in kitchen; $4 per week. 1009
;..¦•; Larkln at. .-..:' ¦- ¦' . - ¦ -
OPERATORS, experienced; also "learners; paid
while learning. G.W. REYNOLDS' muslin
, underwear factory. 697 Mission;? cor. Second; '
ENGINEER for mill. $75; machinist for mill,
$3 to $4 day; ratchet setter, $45 and board;
15 carpenters, city and country, $3 50 day;
plain carpenters. $3 day; 2 blacksmiths for
ranch, $40 and found; wheelwright for ranch.
$40 and found;* jobbing blacksmith and shoer,
$50 and found; 2 blacksmith helpers. $2 day;
foreman for sawmill, $60; cabinet-maker, $3
day; boxnallers, harness-maker and other
mechanics. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sac-
ramento st.
2 FURNACE men for mine. $60 and board; 5
coal miners, $2 60 to $2 75 day; 20 laborers
and teamsters, $2 and $2 25 day, free fare;
150 laborers for mines, mills, pick and shovel
work and , quarries, $2 day; 2 men to cut
brush, $30 and board ; and ' others. J. . F.
CROSETT & CO., C28 Sacramento st
ANDRE'S office, 316 Stockton st. — Barkeeper,
country hotel, $35; night barkeeper, city, $60;
porter for wine and liquor store, $10 week;
man for -Janitor's work. 3 hours every night;
boy to run elevator. $20: shampooer, springs;
man and wife for country place, $60; young
man as Indoor servant, $25; coachman, $30;
gardener, $35, etc.
ANDRE'S office. 316 Stockton st. — Second cook
for springs, $60; second cook, $70; kitchen
porters, dishwashers and helpers, $25 to $30;
waiters, city and country. $25 to $45; farm
hands. Sonoma and Alameda counties, $25;
railroad .work, $2 and $2 25 a. day, free
fare, etc. :
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO ...429 Bush st.
.bet. Kearney and Grant ave
New railroad work
2000 teamsters, laborers, rockmen and con-
crete men $2 and $2 25 a day
500 tunnelmen. drillers, muckers and out-
side laborers — $1 75 to $3 a day
Free fare Free fare
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush 8t.
2 MEN and wives, private families, $40 and
$50; sack sewer, $3 day; farmers, $25 and
$30 and $1 50 day and board: choreman for
ranch, $26: can washer. $30: boy to assist on
wagon $15 and found; boy to learn creamery
buslness, ?10 and found; milkers. $30, $32 50
nnd $35 and found: and many others. J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st.
A — HOTEL GAZETTE. 26 Montgomery, r. 12.
Pastry cook, $50; steward, $50; bell boy, $15;
Clerk. $30: second cook, "$60; barber for
springs, $30 and found; night porter, $20; 2
.waiters, $30; pantry man, $25. '
A MAN and wife to take charge of a country
house: a cook, small boarding house. $30;
also a man for light work part of the day,
$5 a week. MRS. MORTON. 313 Sutter.
A — HEAD waiter for commercial hotel, $40.
MRS. M. E. DAY, 335 Geary st.
WANTED — First-class gardener, for the coun-
¦ try; ! must understand general garden I and
."orchard work thoroughly; state age, experl-
ence and names of previous employers. Ad-
dress N.'S. M., box 479, Call office.
MASTER Barbers' Association meets . to-night
at 102 O'Farrell st. and 8:30 o'clock: very
j Important business; all members please be
present. S.' HELLER, Secretary M. B. A.
WANTED — Strictly sober, renable young man
with $125 cash; light contracting ¦ business;
n6 experience necessary; rays $70 month; 30
days' trial. BROWN & CO., 1221 Market st.
WANTED — Active man to manage general gro-
cery business across the bay; no liquors; a
good chance for the right person: $500 deposit
required. Address A. B., box 405, Call office.
WANTED — Reliable trustworthy man. partner
first-class cash business, to keep plain -ac-
counts and assist generally: jrood chance to
suitable party; $350 required. 318 Kearny, r.l.
WANTED— A good solicitor for newspaper:
good pay. and free transportation. Call at 309
California st., room 19. between 11 and 1
; o'clock: references .required.
WANTED — Restaurant cooks, waiters and
¦ kitchen help; no fee. Apply 526 Montgomery
st.V room 1. • • , ,., .
WANTED— A good dishwasher. 426 Montgom-
ery 'st.; apply "early. 1
WANTED-^-A good tailor for bushellng at 623
' Commercial st. •
WANTED — Experienced drygoods salesman.'
CalI109 Post st.
WANTED — Boy for wholesale house; chance to
advance. ' Box 1745. Call office. . •
WANTED— Wanted to work In paint shop.
BARNETT &, CO., 20 Clay st.
BARBER shop for sale: first-class; three chairs;
I good business. D. STOLTZ, 723 Market st.
FIRST-CLASS carriage .blacksmith and paint-
- . er. O'BRIEN'S. 500 Golden Gate ave. ;
A TAILOR to work on coats. ' 346& Third st.
WANTED— Paper hanger to do some work for
,; room. rent.- 303% Sutter st.
WANTED — Experienced salesman • ln clothing
and furnishing goods; steady position. Box
573, Call office.
MALE piano player; must read music readily
at sight: steady position. Apply Superin-
tendent, Emporium^
DISHWASHER wantad; must carry trays. 37
Eddy st. ¦
WANTED— A first-class barber. 637 Valencia
WANTED — Elevator boy; steady. 29 Stockton
WANTED — A boy to drive butcher cart. 1414
Valencia st.
WANTED — Bakery wagon driver. 616 Hayes.
WANTED— A carriage blacksmith helper. 163S
Mission st.
WANTED — A brass molder. Address 1955
- Market st.
WANTED^-Two painters. McAllister St.,
above Steiner. B. T. C. men.
LUNCH waiter. 223 Bryant st.
WANTED — A barber, at 207% Montgomery
ave. C. PORTER.
BARBER, working short hours, wants work
evenings and Sundays. Box 575. Call.
WANTED — For U. S. army, ablebodled unmar-
ried men. between ages of 21 and 35: citizens
of United States, of good character and tem-
perate habits, who can speak, read and write
English. For information apply to Recruit-
ing Officer, 121 New Mongomery st.. San
Francisco, or Masonic building. Sacramento.
WANTED — Two pad grooms for riding club;
• ir.vst understand saddling horses and care of
saddles and bridles; must be good riders;
retired cavalry soldiers or new arrival" pre-
ferred. Call or address The Riding Club,
Pacific St., co.-ner Polk. city.
WANTED — Reliable man with $20O to take
retiring partner's Interest in a well-estab-
lished business that will easily pay $75 a
month, experience not necessary; good op-
portunity for a good man. Address box 5S5,
Call office.
BARBER shop and laundry office, with two
living rooms; rent $10. 921 Harrison st.
FOR SALE — Cheap, barber's outfit! mirror
chair.- razors, etc. 1329 Pine at.
WANTED — Recruits fo*r the marine corps. U.
S. navy; ablebodled. unmarried men of good
character, between the ages of 21 and 35: not
less than 5 feet 4 inches and not over 6 feet I
Inch; able to speak and read English. For
further Information apply at the Recruiting
Office. 40 Ellis St., San Francisco.
WANTED — Young man from 18 to 18 years of
age to learn the dry goods business. State
age. experience, if any, and salary expected
Apply between 8 and 11 a. m. at HALE
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still
ruus Denver House, 217 Third st. : 150 large
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
MEN ta learn barber trade; barbers ln de-
mand; only require* 8 weeks: tools donated -
catalogue free. MOLER'S BARBER COL^
LEGE, 635 Clay at.
WANTED— Young man who Is an experienced
dry goods wrapper. Apply between 8 and II
a. m. at HALE BROS.'
BARBER shops and rooming houses "supplied
with towels. 40c per 100. Yosemite Towel
Supply Co.. 708 McAllister; phone Kate 26.
WANTED — A thorougMy competent and expe-
rienced salesman for retail boys' and chil-
dren's clothing. Address box 415. Call.
COATMAKER and pants and vest maker for
country. Apply REISS BROS & CO 24
Sutter st. . "
FIRST-CLASS 2-chalr barber shop for sale in
San Jose. Inquire G. DRXGVEITCH 140
Fowell St.. S. K., or of STOLTZ. *
EXPERIENCED 'agents for country; big com-
missions. Apply Royal Portrait Co., 143 7th.
COATMAKERS and basters; good pay. 541
Market gt., upstairs. . y
W - AI ?, T ? I> ~~* Iechanlca ' »sents and aoltcltors.
> Call Inventors' Mfg Co.. 137 First at.
$350— PARTNER; .rare chance: lady or gent;
for medicine tent show. Box 500. Call.
FOR sale — A three-chair barber shdp; must be
• sold at once. . 215 Sixth st. '
WANTED^ioO laborers at Hunters Point; $2
per day. City Street Improvement Co.
ALL sizes men's shoes.' slightly damaged, half
price. S63 Mission st.. bet. lst and 2d sts.
WANTED— Young men to learn barber trade.
S. F. Barber College. 741A Howard St.,
2000 PAIRS of new and . second-hand shoes for
•ale cheap. McDONALD A PERRY. 241 3d.
BOILERS, engines, -d-hand machinery. McTsT
TOSH & WOLPMAN. 135-197 Fremont at.
COLLEGE kennels has 8 head of dogs, which
must be sold for board; also a fine stock of
den and pups of all descriptions: can ba
bought on your own terms. 115 Haight st..
phone Fell 6811.
A— BUYS, selta or rents gear, machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting pulleys.
etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear at.
BAR fixtures: bis stock; Installments; billiard
and pool tables: eauy terms or rented. Ta«
Brunawlck-Balke-Collender Co.. 652 Mission.
NEW and 2d-hand boilers, engines, dynamos,
motors, pumps, wood and Iron working ma-
chlnery. H. S. WHITE. 130 Beale at.
SEALSKIN, highest grade, same as new co*t\
$250, wUl sell If taken at once for $100 casa- I
bust 38. Box 1729, Call. ' 1
FOR sale — 6 mantels. 3C0-welght of tiles 700
feet of molding. Call from 5 to 7 p. m.. 1214
Stelner st.
LOTS of hard old bricks on hill; Waller ani
Buchanan; $5 50 per M.
ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters (all
makes). ALEXANDER A CO.. 110 Montg'y.
8000 FEET 2 to 6 Inch pipe, with screw, lead or
flanged Joints. THOMPSON. 40 Main st.
FRESH milk cow. 49 qhenery gt.
FOR sal« — 1 safe, about 2200 pounds, at 813
Market st.
ENGINES, boilers, lathes, planers, second-hand
machinery. J. BURKE. 139 Beale- st.
5 DOLLARS — Singer sewing machine; good or.
der. 1571 Market st.. near Twelfth.
BOATS, launches, rowboats carried In stock-
Edison phonographs, records, supplies, movlns
picture machines, films. Bacigalupi. 933 Mk*~ •
GASOLINE enelnes. all sizes, new and 2d-haivJ
and launches. J. E. DOAK. 46 Fremont st.
SAFES — New and second hand. THE HER«
MAN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento st.
FOR second-hand machinery.engines and boiler*
. go to D.J.McMasters.SE.cor.2nd & B-annan.
1ST-CLASS 2d-hanc~ modern, engines & boilers'
bought, sold. Krozh Mfg Co.. 51D Market si.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand moving pic-
tures. BULLARD <fc BRECK. 131 Pout st.
CHEAPEST and best ln America — The Weekly
Call. .10 pases, sent to any addrys ln th«
United States or Canada one year for $1.
postage paid.
BIG prices paid for cealskln coats; also g-nt-V
full dress and Tuxedo suits. Portland Loan
Office. 25 Stcckton st. : phone Bush 4M.
I WILL pay good cash prices for old sealskins;
send postal: will call. Bos 43€0. Call office.
HIGHEST prices paid for diamonds and seal-
gfclns; will call; confidential. Box 468. Calif ">
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing ar t
theatrical goods. 1S4 9th St.; tel. Jessie 2531.
Wanted— 2d-hand electric motors, all atjs*. any
condition. FamsworthEl*ctricalWka..41STuric.
HERMAN MUUPHY, 601-602 Examiner bld».
$4,500.01.0 at less than bank rates
On first and second mortgages
Life interests in estates
Property being held in trust
Undivided interests ln real estate
Estates ln probate — Legacies
Assignment of rents
Life insurance policies
..Financial problems or all sorts and sizes..
If you need money •
.601-C02 Examiner but'.dlng
A— R. McCOLGAN." 24 Montgomery at., room JL
Loans any amount at lowest ralta*
. Deal direct with lender. .
On first mortgages. * .. _. i
On second mortgages. i> . 1
On third mortgages. ' uClA
On undivided Interests la real estates — ,
On estates Id probate. ' »,.(
On legacies. ' : I
Telephone Main 6T.1«.
R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery »t.. room X
nco.000 at 514 and O per cent in sums to suit;
City, Oakland. Town and Country Property:
second mortgages, life - Insurance and aecuri-*-
tttc: loans on unsettled estates, undivided la-
.teresta in real estate and legacies: win pur-
'fhase above securities. MANHATTAN LOAM
ON real estate, 'lst or 2d mortgages and on fur-
niture or pianos: no removal; any amount;
lowest rates. BECKER. 36 Geary st.. room 3&

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