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THE SAN FBAKCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, DECEMBEE 6, 1902.
12 SAN FRANCISCO CALL. BUSINESS OFFICE of Th*. San Francisco Call, corner Market and Third streets; op«a enttl 12 o'clock every night In the year. BRANCH OFFICES — 627 Montgomery street, corner Clay; .open until 9:30 p. m. 300 Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. xn. (33 McAllister street ; open until 8:30 p. m. CIS Larkln street; open until 9:30 p. m. 1941 Mission street; open until 10 p. m. £261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; open cntll 9 p. m. 106 Eleventh street; cpen until 9 p. m. 1036 Valencia street; open until 9 p. m. Northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- tucky streets; open until 9 p. m. 2200 Fillmore Btreet; open until fl p. m. i£j MEETING NOTICES. MISSION Chapter No. 155. Order Eastern , £ ¦ .Star — Cailed meeting THIS (SATUR-<eg» DAY) AFTERXOON. at 1:30 o'clock. #^ Initiation. By order of ti»e W. M. 't MARY G. FOSTER, Secretary. CALIFORNIA Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.. H will meet THIS (SATURDAY) _jfV AFTERNOON ar.U EVENING. Doc. "JI5f 6, at 2 and also at 7:50 o'clock. M. /W* M., P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. By order of the H. P. fe'jyj: FRANKLIN H. DAY. Secretary. MISSION Lodge No. 169, F. and A. M. m Called meeting THIS . (SATURDAY) _A- EVENING, at 7:3u o'clock. Third jZjt Degree. R. E. ALLAN. Sec. »? » MISSION Lodge No. 109. F. and A. M. m Officers and members are hereby noti- _«m_ lied to attend the iuneral of our oe- /C 2f ceased brother. EDWARD NOONAN, /^T* trom the hall of this lodge TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON at 1:30 o'clock, By order of the W. M. ' R. E. AI.T.AN. Secretary. GENERAL Relief Committee "of Sin Francisco, I. O. O. F. (Odd ;§^w£!fei Fellows), and their families, are Qortiially invited to attend our golden jubilee celebration, at Kintracht Hall. 237 Twelfth st. near Folsom. SATURDAY EVENING, December 6. 1902. Joint relief committees will meet in Memorial Hall at 10 a. m. and attend a banquet at the Merchants' Club, Sansome and California sts., at 1:30 p. ta.. December 7. 1902. FRANK D. MACBETH, President J. F. NICHOLS. Secretary. BURNABT Lodge No. 194. Sons of St. George, meets THIS (SATUR- dSZ&*. PAY) EVENING. 8 o'clock, at 32 i 3fr?T& O'Farrell st. Visiting brethren frV^S*- cordially invited. | N»?? R. J. AIREY, Secretary. w " THE California Debris . Commission, having received applications to mine by hydraullo process from Geo. and Lee Pease in St. OJeorge mine, near Yankee Jims, Placer County, CaL, draining, into Devils Canyon Creek, which reaches north fork of American River, and from A. Lundberg in Old Stiff gravel mine, near Vallecita, Calaveras County, Ca!.. draining into Wades, Gulch, thence into Coyote Creek, which peaches Stanislaus River, gives notice that a meet- ing will be held at room 96. Flood building. San Francisco. Cal.. Dec 15. 1902. at 1:30 p. m. -. AGESTS WASTED. EXCEPTIONAL offer, jrood pay; reliable men and women solicitors. 59 Columbian bldg. ASTHAMA REMEDIES. ASTHMA sufferer; keep in mind that A. Dl Nola's Asthma Remedy is the best remedy of Its kind in the market A_ DI NOLA, - phar- macist 1249 Market st. corner 9th, Cut Rate Drug Store. 10c, 25c and 50c a package. ASTROLOGY. ASTROLOGY taught: horoscoDes cast PROF. RAYMOND, took store. «49 Ellis, or by mail ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ROBT. W. KING, atty-at-law. Examiner bldg., rm. €11; all cases; damages, estates, wills, attachments, collections, etc. ; ¦ consultation Jree; no advance charges; call or write; re- metsber full name and room. TeL Red 3001. ADVICE fret — I will advance costs in meritor- ious cases, divorces, probate and all other law cases: no fees in advance; open every even- ing. J. M. THURSTON. S19 Market st.rm.31. ADVfCE free; divorces a specialty; quick, quiet; no charge without success; established 16 yrs. G. W. HOWE. S50 Market st. cor. Stockton. ADVICE free; all cases; no advance fees; no charge without success. R. C. ADAMS, Examiner building, room 816. third floor. ' ADVICE free; no charges unless successful: all cases; open evgs. W. W. Davldaon,927 Market. GEORGE C KING, attorney-at-law. room 613, Examiner bldg.. S. F. ; phone Red 3604. ¦ JOHN R. AIKEN. attprney-at-Iaw. Rooms 309-10-li, Clunie bldg.'. 603 California st EQUITABLE Law Agency. 873 Market st— Advice free; estates probated; call on us. L. fi. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg., 927 Mar- ket gt: consultation free; no fees In advance. MICYCLES— -For Sale or Exchange. CHRISTMAS presents: $40 Monarch racers re- duced to $25. Agent for Columbia and Eu- reka bicycles: Juvenile wheels. ' ALLEN, 301 Larkin. corner McAllister. BIRDS. DOGS, ETC. WARBLING canaries and all kinds of songi talking and fancy birds; gold fish, pet stock. cages, globes, aquariums; bird and animal food cf all kinds. 1M6 Market 8t.bet.Sth&9tn. BOOKS SEW AND OLD. BOOKS of all kinds bought; libraries purchased H. C. Holmes, 1149 Market; teL Jessie 3741. BL'Str.ESS CHANCES. A — $500 — LUNCH room, with side bar; siirl rounded by large hotels; on principal street; a. good paying place for a small investment Call R. q. WILKE. 26% Kearny gt X — $1250 — COFFEE saloon and restaurant; dose to leading theaters; dally receipts $60; a rare end good chance. R. G. WILKE.' 26% Ke&rny et ¦ \ A— $1COO— FANCY grocery (without bar) on Post et; large. Iresh stock and good pay- Ing business; value in sight Call R. G WILKE. 26% Kearny st A— $8C0— SALOON with 8 furnished rooms, surrounded by factories - and lumber yards ; old estab. and good paying business. R. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny st A— 4T50— FRUIT and vegetable market- on Geary et.. with 2 horses, 2 wagons; a good paying business; sickness of owner the only cause for selling. See R. G. . WILKE. 28% - Kearay et . GROCERIES— ~~ " $700 — Grocery and bar; Harrison: close in. 1500 — Grocery and bar; Hayes st; corner. 2000 — Grocery and bar; G. G. ave'; close in. ¦ X500 — Grocery; Turk st; corner. 4500 — Grocery and bar; Eddy st; corner. A large number of others in good locations. We have anything you want. ELITE INVESTMENT CO.. 838 Market st HARDWARE; clean, stock; good store- fine paying plumbing and tinning shop -connected : prosperous town: owner eick. offers a bar- gain. M.'R.-LYLE-& CO., 428 tenth st Oakland. PRIVATE boarding-house; also good small ropming-house; both money-makers: call soon as they will not be long on the market M. R. LYLE & CO.. 428 Tentfr st. Oakland. A— KREDO & CO.. ~7 ' 759 Market st.. bet Third and Fourth. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. $2250 Restaurant $1100 Restaurant beveral paying grocery stores, corner saloons, Hotels, boarding-houses, roadhouses, cigar stands, stationary and notion stores, etc. i KREDO & CO.. 759 Market Bt PARTNERSHIP in fine- paying business; must cell to-day. See JENSEN & CO.. 55 Third st. S350 — CIGAR Ktar.d; a living-rooms; north of Market; owner «lck. JENSEN & CO.. E5 v od. $500— NOTION and cisrar store: will exchange for lodging-house. See JENSEN &. CO.. 55 8d. A— $150; PARTNER wanted in safe, sure tnsl- ness; established 15 years: will pay $75 to $90 per month to each the year round; expe- rience not necessary 1013 Market st, r. 10. AN excellent business opportunity; a first-class <«5iTee saloon will be to rent by the flrst of the year; rent reasonable; established 12 years. EHAINWALD. BUCKBEE & CO. HOME Equity Law and Collection Agency re- moved to room L 1035 Market st WE can locate you on U. 6. pine timber land. ' Apply HOME EQUITY. 1035 Marketret. $350— PARTNER wanted in light outdoor bus£ ness; $18 to $25 a week; no experience re- qnlred; trial given. 25 Geary st, room 1. $3000— -OLD established country hotel; choice location: rare .opportunity. Owner box 2429 Ckll office. • -- ... . . ' $700 BUYS half interest in Market-Et. business paying over $100 monthly to each; estab- lished 12 yrs. Bee "owner at 783i£ Market ot. NEATLY furnished restaurant; good loeallty- low rent; price $175. J. STRADB, 850 Market LUNCH counter; takes in $20 a day; cheap rent; living rooms; price $200. 239 Third st FOR sale — Long established dairy: first-class . trade. Inquire 35 Eddy st, S.-F. . A FIRST-CLASS saloon in the center of the city, north of Market; owner has other business that requires his attention: only principals .need apply, j Box 2954, Call. JTOOO— HASSMER'S cough eyrup and , grocery etore, living-room's; cause sickness; estab- lished ifcCt. ¦ 933 Washington, cor. Powell. ' BOILERS, engines. 2d-hand machinery^ McDI- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st _ 8 INCH sticker, 3-sided.......v--v-- : *"-' lo jJ 38-inch . band saw ••• '"'LI' 4 H. P. boiler and engine, saw. arDor belt saw, etc., complete. -«•••••¦*¦• -J 1^ ft . 5 H. P. gasoline engine,; complete w 8 H. P. gasoline engine, compete....... J»j» 12 H. P. Gasoline engine," complete -w 106xl6-lnch face pulley. '_ 90x9 i£-ineh face pulley. . _ 30 H. P. alternating current motor, O. ** 8 H. P. marine boiler and engine. AH sizes oil tanks (cylindrical and square;. 7x12 double cylinder hoist engine. '-- - . . . „ 6x6 compressor and tank ...^ioo 100 feet 4-inch suction hose. 30,000 feet Iron pipe, all sizes. 25 H. P. boiler and engine, complete.... $^» H.. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO.. % 130-144 Beale st. . . DOES YOUR ROOF' LEAK? "* , Repair it with Elaterite; In rolls easy to lay, needs no painting or coating; good over 01a iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs. ¦ ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market st FOR sale — Lumber, gas fixtures, brick, man- tels, piping, range, etc., at building being torn down on Fair lot, corner California and Powell sts. 'Apply on lot or S. F. Construc- tion Co., 26 Montgomery st 2ND-HAND machinery, boilers, engines, pumps. water pipe bought, sold, rented and ex- . changed; see Sunday's papers. H. S. WHITE f Machine Co., 130-132 Beale st. A — BUYS, sells - or rents gear machinery, enr glnes, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear st. A MAILING list, containing 30.000 live, newly revised names, mostly California; make offer. GABRIEL PRINTING CO., 419 Sacramento. WELL built cart, in good order; will sell cheap. 608 Hermann st, near Fillmore. UNREDEEMED sealskins as good as new. MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, 103 Grant ave. BOILERS and engines; 100 for sale, or will buy. KROGH MFG. CO.. 519 Market St. ENGINES, boilers, lathes, planers, second- hand machinery. J. BURKE, 139 Beale st SAFES— New and second-hand. THE HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento st SECOND-HAND lumber, sashes, blinds, doors and bricks for sale. Valencia st. cor. 15th. SAFES — Cary Safe Co. E. B. BECK & CO., agents, 103 Front St. ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters (all • makes). ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Montg'y. BOATS, launches, rowboats carried in stock, BAKER & HAMILTON. GASOLINE engines, all slzes.new and 2d-hand, and launches." J. F. DOAK. 46 Fremont su Edison phonographs, records, supplies, moving picture machines, films. Baclgalupi. 933 Mkt. MAGIC lanterns,' new and 2d-hand moving pic- tures. BULLARD &.BRECK. 131 Post St. _ Y TO LOAN AA— MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY^OncX /. 107-108 Crocker Building $5.000,000 CAPITAL ..DEAL DIRECT and AVOID EXPENSE.. Loans at 6^ and 6 per cent; sums to suit; City, Oakland. Country and Town Property; Estates. Legacies, Undivided Interests in Realty; Interests in Unsettled Estates and Contested Estates: Second -Mortgages and Life Insurance Policies; full cost of Improve- ments at 6 per cent. MANHATTAN LOAN CO.. Crocker building; telephone Main 6924. A — R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery st. room 3. , Loans any amount at lowest rates. Deal direct with lender. »• • On flrst mortgages. ' - On second mortgages On third mortgages. 1 On undivided interests in real estate. On estates In probate. On legacies. NO DELAY .- „ . Telephone Main 5516. R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery st, room 3. FINANCIAL problems of all sorts and sizes; » second mortgages, legacies, estates in pro- bate, undivided interests, assignments of rents, property in trust, life estates, life pol- icies, etc.; save money by dealing directly; quick settlements: no disappointments; cour- teous consideration given all propositions; if you need money see " i HERMAN MURPHY. 601-602 Examiner bldg. WHY let everybody know you ; are short of cash when you can borrow money on your diamonds, watches, jewelry, bankbook, seal- skins, etc., at the Security Loan and Trust Co., 21 Stockton st. second floor; phone Red 6474. No loan signs. Nothing to embarrass you In calling. . MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant are. . ; i Phone Red 1603. . LOANS FROM $1 TO $10,000. • A PRIVATE party loans any amount on furni- ture, pianos, at- lowest rates -without removal; no publicity;, no commission; deal direct and avoid brokerage. 510 Turk st., near Larkin. HIGHLY, respectable private • place to obtain liberal ' advances on diamonds, jewelry, at lowest rates. . Baldwin Jewelry Store, 846 Market St.; tel.. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third. MONEY loaned salaried people, retail- mer- chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without security: easy payments; largest business in 40 principal cities. Tolman. 553 Parrott bldg. A PRIVATE party will loan .without publicity any amount; no commission; low rate. , BONELLI Conservatory; buUdlng, 301 Eddy st. ; phone South 479. ONE per cent on furniture or pianos; no re- moval, no commission; $25 up; quick, confi- dential. 26 Montgomery st, room 7. MONEY to loan at low interest: -gold, silver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones bough: at W. J. HESTHAL'S, 10 Sixth st S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY— Loans to salaried people on their note. THE TOUSLEY CO 143 Phelan big. ON furniture, pianos; no removal; money quick; lowest interest; easy terms; no brokerage; reliable party. 1170 Market st, room 68. ON furniture, pianos;- lowest rates; no removal; strictly private. E.W.LICK, 116 McAllister. THE Star Loan Co. of. Wyoming loans money to salaried employes ;easy paym'ts. 719 Mrkt. ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank, 538 Kearny. ONE per cent on furniture; $5 a month on each $1000; any security. 302 Montgomery, rm. 1. 3% ON furniture & pianos, $15 up: no removal: phone Black 1709; room 81. 6 Eddy, floor 4. CASH loaned salaried people on ! notes without indorser. - MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AGENTS fof the • famous old exclusive Gao- ler, latest Improved Krell, matchless Heine. j I Chickering & Son's piayano, piano-player; largest stock of new and used pianos to se- lect from; prices from $25 to $1000; rents $2 up; installments < $4 ' up. HEINE PIANO CO., Heine Hall. 235-237 Geary st A SMALL Fischer upright left on sale; $89; no reasonable cash offer refused. " ' 237 Geary st. ON sale — Stelnway upright; bargain; no reas- onable offer, refused.. 237 Geary st. ATTRACTIVE prices ( for second-hand pianos. 1 Petit Bijou; very small; oak case $100 l.Neuman Bros. > rosewood case $125 1 Oilman & Co. ; walnut case. $125 1 A..Baus & Co.; cabinet grand $235 1 Chickering & Son; cost. $550 $->so SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway Pianos Angelus Piano Player; Kearny and Sutter Ets.,.San Francisco; Thirteenth- and Broad- way. Oakland, CaL Agencies In every im- portaat coast - city. WE do not offer low prices on cheap worth- less goods, but we do sell the best quality o # pianos for the most reasonable sum- terms can be arranged to 'suit most any person- w e do -not resort to "fake" advertlsmenta ta entice customers. Our house .Is known every- where for Its honorable and Just treatment of patrons. Our leaders are. the Wlssuer Ban meister, Schubert and Stodard; second-hanri Instruments from $25 up. THE ZENO MAtT VAIS MUSIC CO.. 769 Market st A FEW SPECIALS— UPRIGHTS • ¦ . ¦" : Mayson: mahogany *tnn Steck; very small upright '. Jom Huntlngton; mahogany ""'"llsS Vose: used ten months. — **"**";:^S; Chickering; mahogany case """""IXJ? Decker; grand; fine order "••••¦••;*;£> Fully guaranteed; easy terms ,BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. lfr-20 (VFarr ell st ¦ > No branches In San Francisco: ANY piano sold by us taken back ut » t^T within two years and full purchwe^rice S* lowed on a new peerless KnatxTat re^nraZ price; IcosU you only 20o a day to^uv » piano from us. KOHLER & CHASE 7 *f» O'Farrtll st; established 1850/. 3 ° YOUR pjano can be made new for one-ouart.7 the cost of buying; aend for booklet^p£.™J r Piano Factory. Market. 14th MdcL^.' PARTY leaving State, forced to sell ele-ani moderih standard, upright piano. 46S l&ffi BEST renting pianos In city for la «.! ~~~ SCOTT CURTAZ PIANO Co! " jgj?. Dt »- WANTED — 1 square pianos nuifat.1. / ' " h try schools. BYRON maUZT^SoI IZ.*?**' A GOOD ¦ Stelnway upright Siss- m t. .- offer. >237 Geary tt g> * ' j ma . k * 5«* SUPERIOR ' violins sithers - a M D^ — ~~ ¦ MULLER. -krf. i g5E5^. B y i 'jtj^ li a. R ne^ EC in^ e T.^H U^"^ri 0^ * ana other good piano.. 1 OFFICES >; AjJD^JT^R^^O < JLET. POST 408— Elegantly furnished doctors' offices ¦^suite or whole floor; also suitable for ladles' tailors. . ' |_ LARGE store with rooms back; fit for any business. 410 Ninth st. LARGE stores. with high basements, nr. Kearny. nr. Hall of Justice; lease. Babln, 413 Kearny. PALMISTRY^ A free test; 20 yrs.' experience in N\ Y.; let ma read your hand; satisfaction or no pay. MRS. BELMONT. 611Turk;l to 8 p.m.Tel.Hydel56. MRS. MORTON, palmist. 502 Taylor, cor. Geary; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; evngs by appoint. MME. G. L. NEERGAARD has removed to 760 Post st.; office hours 1 to 4: tel. Polk 837 PATENTS AND P^^J 0^^-^— . foBTAlN^aie^s^nT'MjSnn «=««"« »??[- ltorious Inventions. FRANK P. MEDINA, Patent Specialist. 324 Emma Spreckels bldg. GEO. D. CAMPBELL, lawyer, r. 41 . 6 ; e^ aI^ n r e * bldg. Pensions and general legal woric golldted. r " - PERSONALS. i SP T E^^e S C t R . E n^?es S t T ?^ng7,n ladles' ready- to-wear garments, tailor-made suits. walKin* skirts, taffeta silk skirts, winter Jackets^lB ' I great varieties. Call and examine our good* whether you want to buy or not. Your credit Is good with us. Open an account and pay for your goods while wearing them. C. F, ADAMS CO.. 318 Mason st. . LITTLE CORINIfE GYPSY VILLAGE CO.— Of world renown palmists are now located la the store. 469 Fourth s)t. ; success has followed these wonderful people, who have visited th» principal cities of the United States; th« so- ciety event; refined, pleasing and instructive; your hand read and future foretold for 10c. ETTTNGER'S Dress Trimming Manufactory will remove to 619 Mission st on or about December 15; a rare opportunity to buy beads. Jewels and trimmings at greatly re- duced prices at our present quarters, 723 Market st. The Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair, im- proves its growth, stops falling, cures dandruff and itching scalp; no stain or stickiness: cleanses scalp; at druggists, hairdressers: ac- cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co.. 08a Oeary. ELECTRIC light In every room — Winchester Hotel. 44 Third st. near Market: 700 rooms. 23c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week; free bus and baggage to and from the- terry. NOT how cheap, but how good Is the motto of the manufacturers of the Rapid Rotary Standard the sewing machine of to-day. J- W. EVANS agent. 1021 Market st FRANK HENDERSON, who has cross tattooed on left hand, call at 274 A BUSY hair store is mine; best hair dressing tn the city. 25c. any style; manicuring 25c G. LEDERER. 123 Stockton st WHITE enamel Iron beds, single, three-quarter or double $2 25. EASTERN OUTFITTING CO.. 1310-1312 Stockton St.. near Broadway. DRUNKENNESS, morphine and all drug dis- eases positively cured by the Willow Bark Co.. 1830 Polk st.. S. F. ; consultation frea. AT less than cost, uncalled for suits, overcoats and trousers, at CHARLES LYONS', London tailor. 721 Market Bt. • - A— $3 60 DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 TS^Pop-. ular Price Hatters. 330 Kearny st. nr. Pine. A FINE suit $7: stylish pants SI 75. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st. DO you want to beat the races? If so get Great Eastern Handicap. 203 Ellis st. S. F. MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs; country orders.GOLDSTEIN&CO.. 733 Market. ANDERSON — Theatrical and masquerade cos- tumer. 26 O'Farrell st. Kohler & Chase bldg. SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles removed by electric needle. Dr.&Mr3.Travers«.1170Market. DR. G S MOORE'S scientific hair restorer; . send for circulars. 332 O'Farrell st. TAILOR-MADE suits. $7 60; dress pants. $2 50. Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont. ACTINA restores eyesight, cures deafness and catarrh.- A'Vlda Co.. 763 Valencia, cor. 19th. ALFREDUMS Egyptian Henna restores gray hair to its natural color; $1; at all druggists. ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS CURB Instantly; 10c and 25c; all druggists. DR. LAMOTTE'9 FRENCH CORN PAINT, the best corn cure; 25c; all druggists. ' PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DrTcTc. O'DONNELL— Of flee and residence. 1021% Market st. bet. Sixth and Seventh. BUCHANAN. 610—2 sunny front rooms." light housekeeping, $15; also single rooms; reason. ELLIS, 685. cor." Larkln — Sunny bay- window room, closet, mantel; other rooms; housekpg. FILLMORE, 1033, near McAllister — I new eie- gant sunny rooms for light housekeeping. GROVE, 111 — First floor, unfurnished, to rent. • MCALLISTER. 909—3 nicely furnished bay- wlndow rooms; bath; gas; stove; adults; $21. MODEL House, 1206 Stockton — Newly furnished housekeeping rooms; $5. $12; free gas, baths. OCTAVIA, 1403, cor. Geary— Large bay-win- dow; closet, mantel, gas stove; housekeeping. SEVENTH, 191 — Sunny bay-window room for housekeeping. TWENTY-THIRD. 372G, near Dolores^ — Thre« or four sunny bay windows; nice, neat, com- plete. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions) received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore. ROOMS TO .^y.-^j^?™- *?.* Pnxnrn. AKUYLE Hotel, 234 McAllister— New, elegant, sunny, 75c day upward; McAllister cars to door; handsomest grill room In California. A— BRUNSWICK House. 148 Sixth— Rooms 25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $5 per week, and light housekeeping rooms; open all night >T "The Almonte." 873 Market st (or No. 1 Fifth st); rooms 25c. 50c. $1, $160 night; $1 60 to $10 per week; house open all night BURNETT. 1428 Market (old No. 1364) Fur^ nisfaed rms., suites, single; also furnished. BUSH. 863— Sunny suite; also sunny single- rooms suitable for gentlemen; private family. CLAY. 1317A — Sunny furnished room, wiuTbatb; adjoining, without board, reasonable. CLIFFORD. 204 Ellis, cor. Mason— Elegantly furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable. EDDY, 207— Elegantly furnished front room; rent reasonable. E^f ¥k ?4. <Mozart)— Nicely turn, rooms 35c. $160 night; $160. $0 week; open all night. FELL. 1008 — 1 furnished. 1 unfurnished front ¦unny room; reasonable; opposite Panhandle: Private family; reference. Gl ?; n^ Southe rn. 7th and Mission— Rooms 50c to $160 night: $2 to $6 week; reading room. HOWARD, 715, near Third <St Davids)— Sunny furnished rooms en suite or single; clean beds; $150 to $5 per week; reading room. - . JACKSON. 2307— Large sunny furnished roon* for gents; convenient to various car lines. KEARNY, 238— Furnished rooms tor man and wife; also for light housekeeping; other rooms for gentlemen; nicely furnished. MARKET, 1049 (The Falmouth)— Newly fur- nlshed rooms. $10 to $25 per month. OAK. 1218 — Furnished rooms to let. Alameda. O'FARRELL. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and offices; elevator; elec. lights; day. week. mo. ROYAL House. 126 Ellis— Incandescent light, reading room, smoking room and ladies' par- lor; rooms per night, 35c to $150; week. $2 to $8; month, $3 to $30; elevator on ground floor; rooms with hot and cold water: baths. THE MAYFLOWER. 217 Leavenworth— N*w house; new turn.: single rooms; suites, with baths, electric lights, elevator; steam beater. THIRD, 314 — 3 small light rooms may now be- secured by quiet parmanents; $4, $4 50, $3. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Calt branch offlce.2200 Flllmora st. AUDITORIUM HOTEL, 117 EDDY: AMERI- §AN AND EUROPEAN PLAN; 150 ROOMS. UITE OR SINGLE; PRIVATE BATHS; ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND STEAM HEAT- ERS THROUGHOUT: PHONE IN EVERY ROOM: FIRST-CLASS CAFE ON STREET FLOOR. L. McKKNNA. PROP. BOARDERS wanted at .the Co-operative Chris- tian Hotel for working girls; living at cost; $0 .per* week and $3 50 Address MIS3 EMMA HANKS, 645 Folsom st; phone Red °EARY. 97S (The Kenmore)— Newly furnished throughout; .all conveniences; thoroughly sanitary; single rooms; suites with baths; table flrst- class; rates reas.; also table board. WARM Belt of Mission ; two rooming to- gether; good accommodations; parlor an<l tel- ephone; ?25 per month each; references. Ad- dress box 2426, Call office. OLD Stevenson mansion, opp. Grace Church, with annex. 807 California st.; attractive In- terlor: exceptional table; free billiard room. HOTEL REGINA. 418 Turk— New house, ele- _ gantiy furn.; all mod, lmp'vments; European. LAMBOtJRNE, 420 Eddy— High-class house; ? lurnlshed suites or single; *team beat. \ HELP WASTED— MALE— Cob. MURRAY & READY....;. 634 and 636 Clay et. :;,". Phone Main 5848 ........ ..Leading Employment, and Labor Agents.. -'. .... .CITY FACTORY— STEADY JOB. .'.I. t , B laborers ....................... .$50 to $65 WE SHIP. WE SHIP . TO NEVADA .TO ARIZONA ¦ Free -fare.. ......Free fare CHATSWORTH PARK.. LOS ANGELES CO. 1 • Laborers, teamsters,' tunnelmen . . . . . ........ . .;. . . '. ALSO ARIZONA ........ .. ......... ....... ......CLOSE TO...;...V...'....'. ;.....PRESCOTT ."......•........169 Tiemakers. I.....;...-..... .............173 Woodchoppers. .........'.... ' 26 farm hands.... .... $30,' $25, $20 and found flS pruners, orchardists. etc.. $32 50 and found 32 laborers;and teamsters. v. '.'.'..- $2 day Cabinetmaker $2 to $3 a day ; Concrete finishers, $2 50- day. and found, pri- vate job ; porter, wholesale house, country; ' 5 stonemasons, $3 to- $4 day, free fare; ,2 j young 1 men to make themselves useful and .. " leacn trade ........;.:..... $1 a day up Milker and wife, $50 and found ; : boy for store and drive waron, city. $15 and found Blacksmith and woodworker, city, $45, $50, and found; stableman. $35 and found; boy for store, fare 50c, $10 and found; 2 Italian miners, $2 25 day; milker, city, $35 and found: paperhanger, $3 day; tinsmith, fac- tory, $2 75 day and found; woodworker, $45, $50, and found; broommaker Handy man on ranch, $26 and found. ..."... - ...HOTEL DEPARTMENT ...... '..J Cook, also dishwasher, hotel, south $5." 12 cooks.. $30, $40, $50. $60 and found 6 waiters ...... .$35, $30, $25, $20 and found .. Dishwashers, , porters, bell arid elevator boys. . Cook, $45 and found, fare $lf cook also dishwasher, $40. $15 and found.......;.... Man to clear land, $25 acre 2 boys ta learn blacksmith's trade, $72" per ' vear and found; lunch counter -cook, city, $30 and found; butcher, shop, $25 and found, fare $2, references; boy to learn tinsmith trade, city, ••• $5 week; cook, .$35 and found, fare $1 50; porter and lunch cook, $25 and •found; cook and waiter, fare 25c,' $35 and found ; short order cook, south. $55 ajid found; cook, also • waiter, plain boarding- house, fare 60c...... .$40 $30 and found MURRAY & • READY. .634 and 636 Clay st WANTED— Recruits for the Marine Corps, U. S. navy; able-bodied men. of good character, between the ages of 21 and 35; not less than B feet 4 inches and not over 6 feet I inch; able to speak and read English. For further .« 9 r , matlon apply at the recruiting offices. 40 Kills st.. San Francisco. CaL; Masonio Hall. 630. K st, Sacramento CaL; and US Custom-house, 222% North Main st Los Angeles, Cal. < • WANTED— Thoroughly competent clothing man to go to a city not far from San Fran- cisco; one capable of taking ' charge of 'stock; state age, 'experience and salary expected. Box 2955, Call office- . ' < WANTED — Bright young man 16 to 18 years of age for office; must reside in city, and furnish, reference as to character. 179 First street. ¦ . ( • MEN— Our free catalogue - explains how we ¦teach the barber trade in the shortest pos- sible time; barbers are in great demand. MOLER SYSTEM COLLEGE. 635 Clay St. WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still runs Denver House. 217 Third st.^. 150 large rooms; 25c per night; .$1 to $2 per week. WANTED — 3 conscientious solicitors of ability: - not Impecunious. 312 Hearst bid., 0-10 a. m. WANTED— Young men to learn barber trade. S. F. Barber College. 741 A Howard st. 500 PAIRS new and second-hand army shoes; sizes 5 to 12 McDONALD & PERRY. 261 3d. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st. 500 MEN to buy new and 2d-hand army, shoes COc up; soling 20c up. 923 Howard st.,nr. 5th. PENSION atty.. E. A. Bullis room 40, .Phelan big.- Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G. A.R. GET your shoes half soled while waiting; 25c to 60c. 563 Mission st, bet. 1st and 2d sts. ALL sizes men's shoea, slightlv damaged, half price. o«3 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. WINCHESTER House. 44 Third st. near Mar- ket — 200 ?ooms. 25c night; reading-rooms; free bus and baggage to and from ferry. ¦ CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at CALL branch office. 2200 Fillmore A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1094 Valencia st. ... - AND WAGONS. FOR sale — 4 horses (2 driving and 2 saddle horses), also surrey, harness and road cart; no reasonable offer refused.- For further par- ticulars apply to E. li.-. VAN DER NAIL- . LEN. 113 Fulton' Et.. city. A LOT of horses for sale' at Arcade Horse Market. 327 Sixth st. ; also buggies, wagons, harnesa, etc. ; auction sales every Wednesday at 11 a. m. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer. SAN FRANCISCO Veterinary ; College— Night class now In session. M. L. PANCOAST. secretary, 510 Golden Gate ave. — *, READ. ."The California Horseman," of interest to horsemen. Dalzlel. editor, 605 G. G. ave. COAL wagon $75; laundry wagon $75; buggy $20; horse $40; horse $25. 79 City Hall ave. 2D-HAND buggy and hack; fine buggy laun- dry wagon, nearly new, cheap. 828 Harrison. Largest assortmt 2-hand wagons, buckb'd, sur- rey.harness.work.drlvlng horses. 15th -Valencia AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp- ing wagon for sale cheap. ¦ 532 Mission st , HOUSES TO LET. A — PRINTED list of hou^eT^cneTSs7nS^for~clr^ cular. G.H .UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery.. EDDY, 1417— House of 10 rooms and bath; two ¦ entrances: rent $35. ..- ., LOST AND FOUND. LOST — Knights Templar Maltese Cross. Re- x turn to Captain F. C. MILLER, 721 Santa Clara ave., Alameda.. - k LOST— Black silk muffler, initials W. P. ,H. . Return to 2718 Pine st; reward. : LOST — Since November 11, red Irish setter; had collar on when lost ¦• If found return to B. J. STUPARICH, 1217 Greenwich st, and : get reward: $50 reward for the arrest and conviction of any one found holding the same. LOST — $25 reward; large black and white cat; collar with name "Chauncey"; $100 reward for arrest and conviction of party having same. Collins' hat store. Market st:. op- • poslte Fifth.- - . ' , •,.•¦•, LOST — A passboox with the Hibfernia. Savings and Laan Society of San Francisco in the •name of MARY E. DOHONEY; No. 253-111. • ¦¦:' The finder will please return to bank. LOST— Diamond sunburst pin, December 2. be- tween 23d and Castro and 21st and Guerrero Bts.; reward. -'< Box 2400, Can. : LOST— Wednesday • on Mission or Sixteenth; lady's gold watch; monogram M. R. F.; re- . turn 1716 Mission. Reward. F IT will pay to "Remember'! that the California Watch Case Co., 220 Sutter st. needs old gold and silver to make new. watch cases. " MATTRESSES AND PILLOAVS. TO order; also- cleaned and sterilized; uphol- stery; honest work guaranteed.- HOPKE "BROS/, 411-413 Powell st. Phone Bush .421. METAL beds," bedding lace curtains, window shades. HOTTER. 712 Mission, tell Main 73b'. ¦ _•-•:¦'.- MEDICAL. _''- MRS.XDR. WYETH, specialist for all female complaints ; instant relief- guaranteed; ,30 years' experience; refined home before and during confinement. 728, Post st, nr. Jones. MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe- male (troubles; instant - relief guaranteed: • consult free. • 1008% Market st., opp. Fifth. DR. G.,W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or in trouble consult this specialist on female complaints; positively corrected;: the unfor- tunate helped; the most difficult cases treat- ed; advice free. Office, 1018 Market_j3ti .. MRS. 1 D.ALLEN, 1118 Market— Reliable ladies' -.specialist; a private home before and during; -. confinement; -best medical care; low fees. - ADVICE free— Drs. | Goodwin, ladles' speclal- • I lsts; instant relief ; maternity home; low fees: babies adopted free, 906 Market st, r. 27-28. A— MRS.' DR. GWYER; City Hall -,. ave.; over -i Good Fellows' Grotto and 1504 Market st MATERNITY - Villa ; • strictly: private. MRS. .?. DR.. FUNKE, 1416 Eighth . st. • Alameda. ¦ DR. AND 'MRS. ¦'¦¦ DAVIES and HINDOHERB :. original ¦ method of treatment. : 1126 Market. MRS. DR. WEGENER, private home ' for' pa- > tients; babies adopted. 508 Eddy st . DR. NG TOY KEE, 210 Stockton st, opposite : Union- Square; all diseases cured by ¦ herbs. 1 — ¦-,: •,. ' '. ¦';:. MILLINERY. V LADIES— I am overstocked in fine millinery; . prices cut in two; hats $2O-$1S-$12-$1O-$S-$U- . $5-$3 50; latest styles: best materials; I, fit the face. MME. DOSCH. 207 Post st • WANTED-^To I buy, j a combination ! pool . table.' ¦-•¦: Address box 2892, -Call office. V, . .. : LADIES"" sealskins, gents' ' dress suits bought. ,. Portland Loan Office, 25 Stockton st; postal. TILTON wants 'good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. 154 9th st.; tel. Jessie 2851. OLD gold," silver, diamonds and precious stones ; ; : bought'. -; J. ; R. JENKEL, 817 Market st ,.''" COTTAGES TO LET. COTTAGE, 4 rooms, bath and basement; rent . S17. Frankfort ave., oft Thirteenth st., near Howard. : ' ' LAUREL ave., 83, near Fillmore— Cottage of S rooms; l large sunny -yard;- rent- $10. "_._^_ j _^^_" A NEW plate— The Whalebone — Cannot break; warranted 20 yrs.; crown, $3,50; fillings, 50c; plates, $5; full set; all work painless and war- ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st. PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush — Set teeth $1 SO up; crowns $2 up; fillings 25c. LOWEST prices in S. F.; painless extraction 00c. N. Y. Dentists, 9C9 Mission, SE. cor. Cth. SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G. YOUNG, 1841 .Polk st. ¦ THERE Is a point where cheapness ceases to ¦be economy;- In dentistry, when you want real quality and real economy,, visit DR. A. L. SIMPSON. 1206 Market St.. cor. G. Q. ave. DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSJTRESSES McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School —Evening class; patterns cut. 1019 Market. STYLISH suits. $4; tailor made. $6; capes and cloaks reason.; fit, work guaran. 328 Eddy. EDUCATIONAL. ¦ HEALD'S SCHOOL* OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERING — Theory, demonstration, conatruc- . tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly practical; day, night. 24 Post: catalogue tree. A — THE Lyceum,' an accredited preparatory school for the university, law and medical colleges; ref., Pres. Jordan or any Stanford professor; day, eve. sessions. Phelan bldg. HEALD'S SCHOOL OF MINES. 24 Post st... 8. F.->-Thorough courses ;complete equipment; all subjects pertaining to n-.ining and mining engineering; day and night; catalogue free. . GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE, conducted by experts; beet combined short- hand and commercial cours-e to be had; in- dorsed by official court reporters. 1382 Mkt. CALIFORNIA Business College, 305 Larkln st. "A thorough school" ; positions secured for graduates; modern methods; Individual ¦ in- struction. Write for illustrated catalogue. , SINGING, Spanish, English, piano; graduate of Mexican Government's Conservatory and English Conservatory; terms low. PROF. JENNINGS, 1702 Sacramento Bt. , I ADDED 2 new. rooms; new students still rush in; they know our graduates get the posi- tions. S. F. Business College, 1236 Market. ADDRESS Ayers' Business College, 723 Market St., for their new catalogue; It Is free and the nicest in the State. Life scholarship, $50. ENGINEERING — Civll.'elec, mining.mech., sur- vey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1864. Van der Nalllen School, 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallet School; a&soclated with theatrical agency securing positions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrell st. TARR'S Accounting Institute; perfecting be- ginners; college graduates specialty; book- keeping; figures. 855 Market st. ¦¦-.» COOPER-GERSQN School of Acting. 414 Ma- son st; day and evening classes. ' \ . . i PROF.- MERKI, 1008 Mission, nr. 6th— Private lessons, violin, mandolin, gultar;club practice. SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION Day and J PARTINGTON'S, 424 Pine st Night class. ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,' etc.; day or eve.; $5 up. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th. SHORTHAND taught by mail or . personally. : MISS M. G. BARRETT, 302 Montgomery st. Chicago Business College, 1435 Market, nr. 10th. Pittman shorthand, typing. bookkeepg; $(i mo. HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post st, S. F.; founded 1863 ; new 80-page catalogue . free. EMOHODOCIDE. Attention Ladies, by this treatment more than 1000 cases of Piles have been permanently cured in this city without surgery or delay. Names sent Lady physician for women only. - Call or address Emorodocide Co., ladies' de- partment. 404-5-6 Parrott bldg., S. F. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. JA?A3?E^E^Oe^TimT^oTr^i^r~StoVkton : st.7 work by day or hour; best help; contractor farm hands. K. MATSUKAWA; John. 2121. Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office, 415 Stock- ton; tel. Grand 108; expert, reliable help.- CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years. Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO... 640 Clay. ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese. Chi- nese help. 426 Powell. nr.Sutterjtel.Black 5070 RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of- , flee; all kinds help.. 315 Stockton; Main 5188. JAPANESE Intelligence- Office— Furnish most reliable help. 524 Bush st; tel. Bush 516. FINANCIAL. COMPANIES incorporated and financed; stock and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and sold; stock accepted for services. Send for Pacific States Investor. PACIFIC STATES MINING AND INVESTMENT CO., 326 Post. EMPLOYMENT WANTED FEMALE. BY two young Finnish girls, housework, city; $25; see only to-day. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter. WANTED^ — Position by an experienced lady to manage rooming-house. Address CM. P., 126 Fourth st. • :. • REFINED young lady (Eastern) wishes situ- ation as working housekeeper; good cook;, neat. MRS. MARTIN. 204 McAllister. GERMAN . woman wants washing or house- cleaning for Monday and Tuesday. -Box 2950, Call office. A WOMAN wishes a situation to assist in res- , taurant. 870 Howard st. • * ." . .' ' LAUNDRESS wants two first days - in week. 74a Folsom st. . ¦ '. POSITION as companion or to care for inva- Ud. MRS. M. R. WILSON. 1111 Sutter st. WANTED — By a refined lady, position as housekeeper in small family. Box 2932, Call. WINCHESTER House, 41 Third st, near Mar- ket — 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; j $1 60 .to $6 week; convenient and respectable, free 'bus and baggage to and from Terry- " " .WANT ads' and subscripttens taken for The Call at Eaton's Bazaar. 633 McAllister st. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at -1096 Valenela tt. ¦ . ¦ .• EMPLOYMENT WASTED MALE. STRONG, sober and honest man, single (Dane), with best references, wishes steady work on a small country place, or with private fam- ily; can milk and care for horses, and is good, useful man; $30 month; good home and board. Box 2947. Call office. LIVE, sober, reliable, single white man; varied experience; capable of. responsible | work where good wages ere paid; uny location; no canvassing or "half Interest"; can an- swer personally or by letter. Box 2932, Call. WANT work with two good teams, truck and . lip.ht wagon; will work by the day; whole- sale house preferred; charges reasonable Box 2427, Call office. SOBER, . reliable, Industrious man j with good references wants employment as watchman, drive team or any kind of work; can do rough painting. Address Reliable, ' 204 McAllister. STRICTLY temperate, middle-aged gentleman fof education and ability desires .position as I hotel clerk." Address A.: L., box 2425, ¦ Call. I WILL give $10 for a steady job at $12 per week; .am sober, industrious ¦ and reliable; "good references. Box 2431, Call. ¦"¦ ' - A PRACTICAL gardener in all branches, as floral,; lawn propagation, orchards, Nj vines, "pruning, grafting, -vegetables, etc.,' would like charge of a large or new place ;¦ refer- ences . of. fifteen years. Address Gardener, "11 Minna st . ¦ ":•:•¦.; AN experienced foreman on private place or farm; understands handling men, garden- Ing, nursery, horses and cattle, piping, sewer work, building roads or any work In this line; years of experience. Box 2940, Call. GROCERYMAN wants a position ; . city or country; has long experience and good ref- erence. J. M. C. box 2321. Call office. . . , WANTED — A position as coachman or driver by a young Indian man; willing to do other work. H. F. HORSLEY, 126 Fourth st A MIDDLE-AGED single man, with references, • wishes position as helper at any trade. 'Ad- dress P. E.. 622% Natoma st. .; .- ;. . BOOKKEEPER having time evenings ':- will take I set of books; be3t of references. .' Box .. 2359. -¦ Call office. •¦¦',;,¦••¦•. y. yL,. SITUATION by young man. In' 1 private family , preferred; can furnish references. Box 2920 1 Call office. ;,, ; I YOUNG German with experience desires j posl- . . tion in ; grocery. C. - P.. . 201 Montgomery, ave. A GOOD cook wishes a position as lunch cook. Box 2953. Call. .: . . , :. t JAPANESE, boy desires position: speaks Eng- lish and understands housework. . O. MAT- SUSHITA, 703 Larkin st. S. ;F.- - ; ;v , JAPANESE good \ boy wants place as school boy. in small family; ; wages no object. M. > N...1108 Hyde terrace : No. 2. .^ ¦ *,' : JAPANESE • couple ' want \ position; . man to ' do • cooking; wife general' help In place;; city- cr ¦' country." H. M. S.', 423 Stevenson st. ¦;-.". .WANTED— Position by- a first-class • Chinese cook; $35 a month; first-class references." Ad- dress box 2931; Call office. , '¦_'_>'' ¦ : ¦ PLATS TO . LET. ¦ * .' '*" . ' : THIRTEENTH, ' 1014, v near Scott, - opposite Duboce Park — Sunny lower flat of 5 rooms , and bath' in fine condition; rent $23. Apply BOVEE, TOY & SONNTAG, 232 Montgomery. -$37 50 — SUNNY modern UDPer flat; 7 rooms; large yard; rear entrance. 1651 Bush' st, near Franklin. : . ¦ , v ¦ BRIGHT, sunny upper flat, 6 rooms, bath,' mod- ern. 612Hyde st. near Geary. . -:•' • : * FILLMORE, 1208— Sunny flat of 6 rooms; rent $17. .,- > -,\. ,. * '. -.-¦-. TO LET — Sunny fiat, 6 rooms and bath. 124 Henry st, -between Noe and Castro^ rent $18. $7— LOWER, -flat; 726% Harrison 6t, bet. Third and Fourth. : . :-.;. '. ¦; ¦'. : '-.-" " ¦ ; _! "¦ FURNITURE I WANTED. ' A.' L. Storrs' pays highest cash prices for furni- ture, carpets, etc. ; tel. Larkln 3432. 634 Ellis. ' A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission st, pays highest price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354. BIG' price paid for furniture for 60 days; special reasons. S. J./WAUGH, r. 415 Examiner bldg. HELP WANTED— FEMAT.E. WANTED^— Chambermaid, $20; ¦ £ cooks with ¦ and without washing, "$30-35; "5. second girls, $20-23; second girl, 2' family, country, $25; parlormaid, - $30; nurse, child 4- years, - $25,- a Catholic; North German nurse for Oak- land, see lady, office, 10 o'clock; $25, child 5 years old; 8 waitresses, city and country, hotels, $20-25; housework, 2 family, sleep home, $25; omnibus girl, $25; 40 housework girls, city and country. Apply -, to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st. ", A— WOMAN ' with a child to do housework . and plain washing, country, $15 to ?20 and found. ANDRE'S, 316 Stockton at. WANTED— Immediately, 4 girls to learn halr- dresslng; $3 teaches trade in 2 weeks; mutt ' .fill. 4 positions by Dec. 20; $10 to $12 per week guaranteed;' call early. Old S. F. HAIRDRESSING SCHOOL, 233 Geary St., rooms 13-15. ... . , ' HAIRDEESSING, I manicuring, massage, scalp treatment, hairwork. removal superfluous • hair, $5' 2. weeks, day & eve. class; wages $10\to $20 week. 1236 Market," cor. Jones. r. at. WANTED— An educated, Intelligent . and re- , fined young lady to i act as an , attendant in a business office; "state wages and give ref- erences. .Box 2415, Call office. WANTED— Competent nurse girl for child 3 years old. Call room 14, The.Montrose, 1020 Van Ness ave. ¦¦".*.. . . , PROTESTANT woman wanted jfs housekeeper In the *untry; must be a fair reader. Ad- dress box 2428, Call' office. ¦ WANTED— Lady office assistant; one familiar with figures preferred;, give references, ex- perience and wages expected. . Box 2416, Call. A— SH1RTMAKERS 1 and finishers. EAGLE- SON & CO.. 535 Market st. ¦ , YOUNG girl to assist In ! light housework; small family; sleep home. 9% Grand st. GIRLS wanted at BUSHNELL'S, 1510 Mar- kef st . . ,. ¦;¦ ' ¦ ¦'<-.- k - : ¦ THOROUGH and/expert seamstress wanted. Eureka Laundry Co., 316 Tenth. st., rear. , " TWO girls to make pasteboard boxes; good ¦ wages. 16 Fremont st. .. WANTED— Waitress at, 226 Battery st. EXPERIENCED salesladies wanted. • Baldwin . Jewelry Store, 840 Market st- '¦•->' WANTED— Girl for second work. Call between . 12 and 2. 2231 Clay st.,- cor. Buchanan. GIRLS from 16 to 18 for factory work; good wages; steady employment. Apply at once, AMES & HARRIS, 100 Sacramento st. WANTED — Experienced Jacket hand on alter- ation work: Apply between 9 and 11 a. m. ¦ at HALE BROS.' .. ' WANTED — Experienced dry goods saleswo- man. . Apply between 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' - : WANTED— Operators on women's fUnnel gowns and wrappers. MARKS BROS., 1220 Market st. ; WANTED — Skirt helpers at 234 Post St., room 10. . . ¦ • GIRL, German- speaking preferred, for general - housework. 1053 Market St.; upstairs. .WANTED— Ironers. EMPIRE LAUNDRY CO., 755 Bryant st. . • WAITRESS wanted 3 days a week; $5. Peo- ple's Restaurant, . 631 Clay st. CLEVER woman, for - commercial position; work of educational character. Box 2406, Call. OPERATORS on ladles' underwear to work In factory; good pay. 650 Mission st, 4th floor. OPERATORS on ladles' waists to work in factory-; 656 Mission st, fourth floor. •* / CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmoro. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1096 Valencia st . , . : .; . . • j HELP WANTED— MALE. AT.C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.'. ...Emp. Agency 429-Bush st ..'.... ...642 Clay St. FOR NEVADA Teamsters '..'... .$2-$2 25 Laborers ..;........ ..$2 Laborers — track and steel gang. $2 FOR CHATSWORTH PARK Tunnelmen ;...'. . .. . .?2 to $3 Free Fare .Free Fare j Band saw filer, $150, see party here; butter- maker, $35; farmer and wife, see party here, $50. . ¦ . . - - ¦ " ... . . HOTEL DEPARTMENT .... . Cook, country restaurant,. $50; head waiter, hotel, ?40; cook, small country hotel, $35. . C.R.; HANSEN & CO. ........ .429 Bush st. Branch Office ; 642 Clay st. STENOGRAPHER and typewriter. $40 and found;. 2 butlers, ?4O and $50 and ¦ found; second butler, S30 and found; cook and wife; country hotel, . $60 and found; 3 hotel cooks, $40 and «50 and found; waiters, dishwashers, bedmakers and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.", 628 Sacramento st. < 3 MEN to build wire fence. $1 to $1 25 day and board ; milker, K25 to $30; man and wife, private family, «35; 3" boys to learn trade, • $5 -week; and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., C23 Sacramento st. T " 'A : ANDRE'S Office, 310 Stockton, st. , Stableman, . tend .to chickens, do chores, etc., private place, country, $35; butler, $60; sec- ond butler,' $35; cook and dishwasher, coun- try hotel, $70; man arid wife to take care of private residence, country, $50; "attendant for sick ward in boys' college, $20 and : found; dishwasher, $7 a week; waiter, $35r-etc. WANTED— A first-class, up-to-date and prog- ressive gardener; one ' versed In . all its • branches, including green houses., potting houses and landscape gardening, and . corrpe- > tent to take charge of men on a gentleman's place in the country; must be young, active and obliging; none others need apply; wages according to ability and experience. .Address box 2414, Call office, giving full particulars. WANTED-^For U. S. army, able-bodied un- ' married men, between ages of 21 and 35; citi- zens of United States, of good character and 'temperate habits, . who can speak, read and write English. For information apply . to Recruiting Officer 121 New Montgomery st, San Francisco, err Masonic building, Sacra - mento, Cal. . / ' . .. . • ". •< WANTED— Bright* young man who lives at ) home to run passenger elevator in wholesale * house. Address box 2424, Call office, giving age and references. A BRIGHT, strong boy, about 17, as stockman cloak and suit department M. FRIEDMAN 1 & CO.. 237 Post Bt. . WANTED— Cigarmakers; good - Cuban hand i workmen for clear Havana I cigars. FRAN- KEL, GERDTS & CO., 244 Fremont st. , : WANTED — Thoroughly experienced furniture salesmen; state experience and salary. Ap- ¦ ply box 2906. Call office. • ' RESTAURANT potwasher, also potato peeler; must have city ref erences ;< good pay, 'perma- , nent position; no fee. -526 Montgomery st. ' WANTED— Neat boys. Apply' Superintendent's • Office, The Emporium.-- - . WANTED— Elderly. kitchen man. \211;Steuart street.- • - ¦;. :;. rv ¦: >\ :¦ ¦ ..-. . . ¦.¦ :¦¦.. • -. -. ; WANTED— Boy about 16 j to make himself generally useful. , Call 714 Guerrero. ' STRONG boy or young ¦ man with reference to .help in cake, bakery. 911% Larkln st." ¦'.-¦¦ EXPERIENCED : jewelry . salesman wanted. Box 2948. Call office. .-;¦¦-'. '. BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday. .502 Howard st. \ . t ' . : BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 105 10th. BARBER (union) wants i steady ; job. Box 2946. Call office..: ¦ [,,_¦¦<. . WANTED— Glazier and cutter; steady work for ".good man;, we, will pay, fare to Los Angfles. ' . Los Angeles Art Glass Co.. ; 625 S. Broadway. /MEN to learn barber trade; $15 required; .free . .- shave, hair cut. 'Barber College; 258 O'Farrell. WANTED— One brass polisher. THE J. RO YL- >;ANCE BRASS WORKS. 112-114 Main st ¦ FIRST-CLASS pants "maker wanted. M. " J. KELLER' CO.. Oakland.';; r ¦;:-.-' FIRST-CLASS blacksmith; also ornamental iron ¦-. , worker „ for city. . Call : 222 Howard; ¦ , ¦; =• ¦ ' ¦ ' COATMAKERS - and I bushelmen « for ... country. -¦-¦: Apply REISS BROS. & CO.., 24. Sutter st. WANTED— 600 men to : eat . the ! best 10c •. meal ; in , town; ; ; Remember, the • number- : -259 Third.' BUSINESS CHAyCES—Conttniiei._ FOB particulars of an Investment that Is safe and conservative and one that will bring you enormous returns, see WRIGHT & CO.. rooms 401-402 Callaghan building; telephone South 1025;. open evenings. .;¦ _ . . .._' ./ $ 700 — And, 14 rooms; on Jackson st 1 100— Wholesale district; Washington st 1,500 — California st • 2,000— O'Farrell Bt .-,»«? 2,700 Ciay Bt; wholesale district / 3,000— Kearney st 3.600— Corner; on Taylorst 1 . . • ELITE INVESTMENT CO.. 838 Market st. i AN OPENING for business unequaled* on Pa- cific Coast; sure, safe, reliable; closest inves- tigation desired: capital invested soon return- ed; send real: name. "Reliable," box 2408. Call office. ¦ ¦ i -¦-.*¦ _'._"' FOR sale — Hotel 'doing good business; finest locatlcn California: summer, year around; fresh and salt water bathing: owner going East; must be sold. Address Box 2018, Call. $4000 — LIFETIME chance; drug- store and doctor's practice; corner lot 60x96; good building*. Drugstore, 419 Cortland ave. GROCERY and fruit store, horse and wagon for sale; doing good business. Apply Call office. LODGIXG-HOL'SES FOR SALE. A^— J. A McMILLEN & CO.. 006^IARKET ST~ PHONE JOHN 531. ROOMS 7 AND 8. Clear Titles Guaranteed on All Sales. - Any place sold on monthly payments. 44r.:% block. Market; newly .furnished. 4000 30 r.; rent $150; leased; money-maker.. 2200 17 r.; rent $55; 2 entrances; money-maker. 900 75 r.; rent $250; clears over $300; lease. 7500 9 r. ; newly furnished : . rent $32 650 C5 r.; swellest cor. In city: fur., car. new. 5000 Rent only $200; clears $400 month; lately re- modeled and painted on outside. * 8 r.; rent $25: newly furnished; only. $275 22 r. ; rent $120; centrally located. ....... 1700 Clears $100; new carpets; bargain. 21 r. ; rent $30; newly papered, painted. 850 J. A. McMILLEN & CO.. 906 Market st 12 ROOMS; rent $45; good location....... $750 23 rooms; rent only $52; cheap 950 10 rooms; on Geary et: low rent 450 42 rooms: rent only $100; transient 3000 100 rooms; corner; man house; rent $100.-4700 60 rooms; corner; south of Market 3200 SO rooms; corner; north of Market 3500 Money loaned at 1 per cent Hotels, roadhouses, flats, 3 to 100 rooms. EITEL & CARROLL, 212 Kearny st : MARION GRIFFIN. j 719 Market, nr. Call bldg.; teL Brown 4-5-5! Big free list at office; open 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. MITCHELL & CO.. 1206 Market st. Phone Jessie 2981. We have the best bargains in rooming- houses in all parts of the city. Call and get our list before you buy. We will loan you money at low Interest FOR lodging-houses go to McBRIDE & CO.'S. 1104 Market st. ; nice selection of 100 houses, from $200 to $6000; snaps; bargains; honest trade; money to loan, cheap rates. 5800— 15-R. boarding and lodging house, 19 beds, good -Iocatih* and small rent; a snap. Mc- BRIDE. 1104 Market st. " . ¦ ¦ NOTICE — We have hundreds of houses for sale; will loan you money at \Vi per ct.: monthly payments. M. E. RIVES & CO.. 1023 Market. HEADQUARTERS for good lodaring-houses and hotels. G. W. SCHWEINHARD. i No. 917 Market st. bet 5th and 6th, r. 1-2. 12 ROOMS; clearing $25 per month. 61S Lar- kln st SPIRITUALISE. ATTENT ION! ¦ "• "~ * MRS. DR. CLARK, The well-known medium and clairvoyant, may be consulted on all affairs; every hidden mystery revealed ; she will show you how to overcome your enemies and unite the separ- ated; tell your entire life — past present and ¦ future^ satisfaction by mall; send stamp for circular with special terms. 343 Geary st MRS. DR. CLARK. WYLLIE, photo-medium, wonder of the age; come, skeptics; be convinced. 500 Eddy st EARLE, removed to 1052 Ellis st>; hours 9:3!) to 4; 6eance Sun.. Thurs.; tel. East 1035. C. V. MILLER'S materializing seances Sun., Thurs.. 8 p.m.;50c 1084 Bush; ph. Lrkn.4133. KATIE HEUSSMANN. 1774 15th — Circle Fri.. 2 and 8: 25c: 2 written question» am.; sit'gs. CLAIRVOYANTS. astonishing" revelations t PROF. PAUL DESTINE, The Occult Wonder, • Gives Proof of His Great Powers. Mystifies His Callers. Ttey enter his parlors -with skepticism and prejudice; they depart filled with admiration at the words of truth and wisdom which fall from his lips. HE WJLL TELL YOUR NAME, occupation, what you called for. FREE. FREE. . FREE. - v If Not Correct His powers are wonderful and indisputable. He Improves your character so that you will reach the highest possible development of men- tal vigor, health, happiness and capacity to earn wealth. He restores lost affections, re- unites the saparated, causes speedy and happy marriage. Long-standing and chronic disease that ha3 baffled the .physician's skill cured without medicine. Locates buried treasure, makes ' you successful in your business. No matter what your trouble, call and he will help you or charge nothing for his services; medi- ums developed. - Low. Fee— $1. $1. $1. $1— This Week. ¦ 320— O'Farrell street— 326. ATTENTION— Cut this out; it will save you $1. NOTHING CONCEALED. Everything revealed ; gives never-failing ad- vice regarding all kinds of business, law- suits, investments, claims, collections, specu- lations, wills, deeds, patents. MINING AND OIL. Locates mines, buried treasures, old estates, lost or stolen goods, absent friends. RESTORES LOST AFFECTION. REUNITES THE SEPARATED. AND TELLS YOU HOW TO WIN THE MAN OR WOMAN YOU LOVE. REMOVES EVIL INFLUENCES. COME — HE LIFTS THE VEIL OF THE FU- ture and peers into mysterie3 beyond, points out the way to benighted wayfarers: such blessings are availed by the wise and pros- perous of all nations- and climes; common- sense says eo and partake of these advan- tages freely, and in after years you will be spared the saddest of all sad words, "IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." Life, Love or Busi- ness, COc: three questions by mall, $1; Prof. W. H. Montague, 1035 Market, parlors 2-3. MME. M. BERNARD, THE FAMOUS Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently located at 17 Third st, next Examiner- bldg. ; she reads your life correctly, gives an accurate description of the past, reveals the present hap- penings and portrays events to occur in the fu- ture; if you are In trouble, discontented or not satisfied in life, or have domestic, love or busi- ness troubles, consult this great medium and you will be told how to overcome them ;• valua- j ble advice in all affairs of life; 25c up; sxtis- 1 faction guaranteed. Tel. Black 45G9. ! ISMAR, the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and palmist, permanently located at 1104 Market st, cor. Turk; private readings daily, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; readings by mail as satis- factory as in person; 3 questions answered, $1; full life, $5; send lock of hair, date and year of birth; don't send currency. Send Postofflce, WeUs-Fargo money order or reg- istered letter. , MISS WARD gives names, dates and facts when others fall: call on this celebrated me- dium;' satisfaction or no' pay. 128 Turk st' MISS M. WILLE. 330 Ellis st. clairvoyant, crystal seer, reads your life correctly without questions; names given; 50c, $1; telSutter 1806 MME. RAVENNA will give full life reading for 50c one week. 5 Fourth st CUT this out— Mrs. Lester, card reading, 25c;* palmistry. 25c; truth only. , 003 McAllister. MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladles 25c; gents 50c; readings dally. 132 Sixth st. MME. MARCEAU. clairvoyant card reader; 25c. 625 Minna st. ; hours, 10 to 8. Clairvoyant, card reader, from Louisiana; only 10c; hours, 1 to 8: 262 Minna St.. near 4th. MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; sit- tings dally. 448% Jessie st, bet. 5th and 6th. MRS. BAUMANN 1 , the well-known clairvoyant, has moved to 317 Ellis st.; readfpgs dally. CARPET BEATING /AND CLEANING. WHEN you become disgusted with poor work send for SPAULDING'S pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works, 353-357 Tehama st. ; tel. South 40. AMERICAN Carpet-beating Works ;cl«»aning,re- laid. renovated.. 1807 Harrison ;tel.Church 2650. TRY HOPKE BROS.' excellent carpet clean- ing. Phone -Bush 421. ? 411-413 Powell st ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter st; tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM & CO., Prop. RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet-beating works; prices reasonable. 1703 Harrison at.; tel. Mission 263. 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. COLLECTION^ OFFICES. ' BAD tenants ejected for $4; collectlons^made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO., 415 Montgomery, rooms fl-10; teL 5589. ADVICE free— Columbian Law and Collection Agency, r. 85. 916 Market st; phone Red 809.