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SAN FRANCISCO CALL. BUSINESS OFFICE of the S»n Francisco Ca:i. comer Market and Third streets; open until 15 o'clock every nisht In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— 527 Montgomery street. corner Osy; open until 9:30 p. tn. S00 Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. rn. , C3 McAllister street; open until 9:30 p. m. .riS Lsrkin itreet: open until 9:30 p. m. VH\ Mission street; op-n until 10 p. m. tZGX Market street, corner Sixteenth; open ur-.il 9 p. rn. IOC Eleventh street; open until 9 p. m. 1C3C Valencia 6treet; open u-til 9 p. m. KorUrwest (. orner cf Twenty-second and Ken- tucky streets; open until 9 p. m. ;rco Fillmorg rtregt; open until 0 p. m. MKKTI-XG >OT1CCS. CALIFORNIA Chapter No. .'. R. A. M-. • iwW meet THIS (TUESDAY; EVEN; )NG March 3. at 7:30 o'clock. letting and M. U. degree. By order /?* " ; R AN KLIN H. DAT. Secretary. GOLDEN Gate lyodge No. 30. F. and A. m M — Stal*d mating THIS <TUES- Jk |»AT) KVEN1NG. Bt 7:."0 o'clock. /<k^\ J_D\V1N L. MEYER, Secretary. /V » Fa^ifIC Lodge No. 33C, F. end A. M.. • ¦: i i;v m Stated meeting 1IJI:> «#\# '- EKING, 7:30 o'clock. /W\ GEORGE PEXLINGTON, Sec /^ » ORIENTAL Lodge No. 144, F. and A. __ M.— Siated meet ing THJS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 6 o'clock. >L*^ A. S. HUBBARD, Secretary- *?* AUSTRIAN Benevolent Society. — Quar- _-*M^ ¦. >r!v mf.fy WEDNESDAY EVEN- &&& :\O, March 4. 1903. at R o'clock ?«S«? *harp. Appropriations and donations, • r S*w and ether very Important business. Each and every member is urgently re- quested to be present. Fines for non-at- teafience will be etrictly enforced. By order or AUGUST MIKULICH. President, DE WITT W. TOLL. Rec. gee. ANNUAL meetir-g Rakalau Plantation Cbm- j«xj — The regular annual meeting of the rtockholders of the Hakalan Plantation Com- raay will be held at the office of the com- F«xy 327 Market street, in the city and county of Ban Francisco, State of California, rn WEDNESDAY, ths 4th day of March, A P. 1903, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. fcr the purpo6e of electing a Board of Dl- r«>ctcrs to eerve for the ensuing year and for i he transaction of euch other business as tr-ay ccme before the meeting. Transfer l-noks will ciose on Saturday. February 21. ¦>9C3. at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m. H. W. THOMAS. Secretary. Hakalau Plan- tation Company. S27 Market st.. S&n Francisco. Cal. ANNUAL MEETING— Paaohau Sugar Plan- tation Company — The regular annual meet- ing of the stockholders of the Paauhau P'-gar Plantation Company will be held at the oCfioe of the company, 327 Market st, !n the city and county of S«n Francisco, fctate cf California, on SATURDAY, the 7th £»y cf March. A. D. 1903. at the hour of 11 c'clock a. m.. for the purpose of electing a Kcard of Directors to eerr- for the ensuing ve«r end for the transaction of such other "i-jtlEJng as may come before the meeting. Irarifer books will close on Tuesday, Feb- tutry 24 1903; at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m. M W THOMAS Secretary Paauhau Sugar • ' Plantation Company. 227 Market it.. San . Francisco. Cal. AGEXTS WASTED. SHAMROCKS for St. Patricks day, March 17; ,«e are the cheapest house in America for shamrocks; send for wholesale pricelist or 10c fcr *»mrle lint. JOS. F. BILZ, Omaha, Nebr. - jt»~PKR month straight salary to »ollcitors ¦ i»'ihe>f»x) to ee'.l our co-operative loan con- • t ra«i . Address box 4502. Call office. IP vou are interested in the mail order business s-nd 10c for our book. PACIFIC BOOK CO.. l»ept. C. 120 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. EVETIGETTC solicitor* for good proposition, with hlKhe*t local -Indorsement; $5 per day. • Room tSo. Parrott bldg. 6CHEMES — A bock of dollar-getting ideas: tample 10c. Pacific Book Co.. San Francisco. Agest* everywhere :eltaer sex. Alutgum Water- proof shoe eole *aver. Aluta Mfg. Co.. 139 Post. AN experienceo bright man or woman solicitor; rood r»>'. f9 Columbian bldg.. city. ASTROLOGY. . AfLROLOGT taught; horoscope* cast. PROF. RAYMOND, book store. 643 Ellis, or by mall. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rTuBT. W. KING, atty-at-Uw, Examiner bldg.. rm. 611; all cases; damages, estates, wills, attachment*, collections, etc: consultation lie?; r.o advance- charge*; csll or write; re- ». member full name and room. Tel. Red 3601. A I "VICE free — I will advance costs in meritori- c-jb cases, divorces, probate and all other law ca«es; no fees in advance; ©pen every even- ing. J. M. THURSTON. S19 Market st..rm.31. .•.I«VICE free; divorces a epecialty;quick.quiet; ¦ no charp* without success; established 19 yrs. O. W. HOWE. S50 Market st.. cor. Stockton. AlTKEN & AITKEN, attorney.; r. 209-10-11 Clunie t'idg.. 6<Jo California ft.; tel. Bush 635. >.iCO. D. CAMPBELL, lawyer, r. 416 Examiner t:<ig. Pensions and general legal work. ADVIOK free; no charge unless successful: all caf^r; rpf-n evgs. W.W.David5on,?27 Market. !.. S. CT^ARK, Emma Spr^ckels bldg.. 927 Mar- V". *t.: consultation free; no fees In advance. i.ICYCLKS — For Sale or Exchange. CHRISTMAS presents: $40 Monarch racers re- "<!uc«J to $25. Agent for Columbia and Eu- reka bicycles; juvenile whwlg. ALLEN, 3U1 Larkin St.. corner McAllister. BIRDS. DOGS, ETC. tl ARBLING canaries and all kinds of song, teliting snd lancy birds. goldfiEh. pet stock, «*ig«?e, g;lor"»s. fequariume: bird and animal :.T,d of all kinds. 1540 Market st.,bet.Sth&9ch. -—__-—__ _ A— $1000; RESTAUBAKT and^ oyater-housT- *lo*e to Call building; flm-clafs paying; J-'jfX" cath. balance ran be paid monthly; • iT.tirr must iea\v for Eurr^p* at once See ¦ It. O. AVILKE & CO.. 26'a Kearny st. A—42900; RESTAURANT on water front es- tablished j-care, patronized by all eteamslilp • -cmpanl**; rent $100; place clearing at least »:;00 j*r month. See R. G. WILKE & CO -<>Vs Kearny St. * A— $400: PALOo;; on Fourth st., near Howard - rent $40; a good-aocatlon; good business and great bargain. See K. G. WILKE &. CO 'jC\g Kearny Ft. "* A— $9.V»; JsALOON Tilth 4 rooms on Howard ft.: rent $V>; place is nicely fitted up and doing a gor.4 busings. Call at R. G WILKE *_______J___K^arnyM. A— SANITARIUM FOR SALE— " In a town of 30.000 inhabitant*- well equipped; paving well; infirmities of age rorce the proprietor to *ell: this L- a rare ££?'Z£ or * PhJ'*l<"*«n- Inquire of CAMP & BnO_____TOining crginerrs. !»26 Clay st-.S.F. A OAPH buRin*FE, consisting of drv gZ^T nothing, boots nnd fhoo*. furnlturV. wall: W*-r; wiJl fell on easy terms; no commission <r brok»m neM to answer. Applv to W A 8CHROCK. 21 New Montgomery et. " " * PARTNER; first-class busln-ss; emsll amount of money required. JENSEN, 719 Market it. CIGAn ttsnd; 3 living rooms: fine location- make tiffer. JENSEN. 719 Market «t. $25C0-22 ROOMS, finely furnished, and bar" fine »tock of wines and liquors; long lease or will trade; this is a bargain; cause ofeeMng ticknesii. LOONEY A MURRAY. 14 Third. r_JO— PARTNKU wanted in established office- commission business: mire profit of $75 to earh >-cr month. DONNELLY CO.. 632 Market. "HOME EQUITY." 1035 Market, will locate >ou on paying Government timber claim. JOSEPH STRAUB ¦ ~ f-">0 Market gt.. opposite Palace Hotel. frSOO-OLD.ESTABLISHED coTneT grocery 1C04 o^arrrtl "V 1 *" 1 " 011 ; «<*l!ent location. AN eld established commistlon business- death of ©Tni«r «-ausr. of sale. 214 Davis §t. MIOE repair ?hop, in good location. CI07 Slx- teenlfa st. %i<w\ — COR. branch hak*ry. notions • 2 furnished mom»; rent *12 50; full value rtock and fix- ture*: owner Pick in hospital; must be cold i:i 2 d* ? s. 1HK) Play e t., corner Mason. FOR kale- Miller's old cigar, book and sta- tlonery ftorv. 302 Fifth St.: cood business; . low rent; retabll.-iied 14 years; no agents. GOOD teaming bueines* for nal*.; from $12 to •25 <i*y income: fall investigation civn. KKASIL-R, 137 Hyde., from tt.fp s p. m CIGAR ftore. with large clubroom In connec- tion: good businet*; cheap If taken at one?- n.» agents. Call 400 Dupont st.. afternoon! A. SPLENDID opportunity to make mon<-' <*uk-k a:id caty. Winchester House, room 51e. FIRST-CLASS tamily liquor store, 16th and Howard; long !«>*$»; Urge cellar; transfer cor. fcL'CCESfcFUL advertising is. only possible by cur fi'ti i;s:> of pullers; our expert advice • nd iatest i*sue of our "Advertiser's Pocket • saMe." containing i-omplete lists of the best <:si]U.ii. wwkll-n and monthlies, fre*. GUEN- THEn. BRADFORD A. CO.. Advertising Agent?, 103 Randolph «.. Chicago.. 111. , CARRIAGE JnnU-tial business for sale at cost. MR. KITZMULLZR. 643 Howard gt. flJKWt— PARTNER *n a pood pa:-'lsiR ealoon anil JvOgins-faous*. Sox 19&S, Call crf.ee. BUSINESS CHAXCES — Continued. NATURAL FUEL AND LIGHTING GAI In enormous quantities discovered mar Watsonville; estimated production, present well. 1,000,000 cubic feet per day: more wells to b» drilled nt once; will supply Wat- tonville. Gllroy. Los Gate*. San Jose, Santa Clara. Palo Alto. San Mateo. etc.. with light fuel, power; can seli at :>0c per 1000 feet at immense profit; Western Gas and Power Company. Incorporated. $1,000,000. offers a limited number of shares at 50c per share, par value $1. Th'.s 13 the lowest figure at which BtQcU has been, cr will be sold, hence you will be getting it st bedrock if you purchase now. The right is reserved to raise the price uTpar without notice; it is certain to reach that figure in the very near future. Heed applications and remittance to l^KR- NATIONAL GUAP.ANTY AND TRUST COMPANY Fiscal Apenta. 449 Parrott Building; tel. Folsom 25S6. # A— $150; STEADY man wanted to takes retir- ing partner's Interest In a business estab- lished 15 years that will pay him $75 to ?J0 per month; experience not required. 1016 Market at., roctn 10. DRESSMAKING establishment for tale; cood location dolnc first-class business: owner leaving city. Address box 4501. Call office. FOR ekle— Chepp; pood paying plumbing and tinning business in a nearby country town. Apply 27A Pearl St.. S. F. HEALY'S restaurant, 1119 Market st.. for sale at a bargain. A GOOD 3-chair barber shop: good location. See BROWN & FORD, 993 Market St. GOOD outside newspaper route for eale. In- gulre st CS4 San Jose ave. LODGI\G-nofSES FOR SALE. 3 A MeMILLEN & CO., 906 Market St., Rooms 7 and 8. Phone John 631. Customers can secure any kind of a room- ln*-hou*e they -wish by calling on us; clear titles Guaranteed on all sale*. 84 rooms; rent $55; clears $175 month.. $3000. 11 rooms; rent $42: all outside rooms... 375 14 rooms; rent S45; Mission st 1100 6 rooms; rent *15: Eighth st 100 12 rooms; rent $28; Howard «t 800 15 rooms; rent S92 50; Stockton et »50 10 rooms; rent $31 50; clears $30 300 :;i» rooms; rent JS5; lease 4 years 1700 16 rooms; rent $45; this is a snap; well f urnl shed: Investigate 650 45 ROOMS: rent $245; clears $400; $4000; half CE5h; balance to stjlt. J. A. MeMILLEN & CO.. 906 Market. Rooms 7 and 8; phone John 631. 16 ROOMS; beautifully furnished; centrally lo- cated; rent $60: large, light sunny rooms; $1200. J. A. McMILLEX & CO.. 906 Market. A— MARION GRIFFIN. Room 40«. EXAMTNER blag.. 4th floor. Take elevator or stairs. Tel. Black 8607. Big free list at office: open 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Business is booming: I employ 4 reliable men. Our special: grood titles, lionest dealing er.A eeU'-npr bouses on the installment plan. 12 nut; induced to $100; cash and $10 mo.; sunny; down town; one fine office room. 110 rooms; $6500; rent $330; income $770 mo.; .".-year lease; 4 blocks N. Market; bonanza. 60 rms ; nicely fur. ; reduced to $lS00; cash ar.3 $25 monthly: clears $127 each month. S2 rms; $2500; cor. N. of Market; rent $105; central; sunny side: locked door: full rmers. IS rms; N. of Market; rent $65; nice oak furn.: velvet and Brussels car.; income $134. A. H. RETSLOFF & CO., Phone Jessie 4471. 1104 Market et. (corner Turk.) Rooms 3. 3 ! a and 4, upstairs. Any House Sold on Monthly Payments. 12 rooms; well furnished; clears $35..$ 125 SO rooms; long lease; clears $150 2,400 50 rooms; elegantly furn.; reduced to. 3,000 70 rooms; Market St.; clears $400 6.500 15 rooms; Geary St.; bargain 1,175 S rooms ; flat ; owner sick 325 40 room*; investigate this bargain.... 1,000 20 rooms; central; a good buy 550 1R rooms: nrrth of Market: clears $100 1.40O 108 rooms; grand corner; clears $600.. 10,000 16 rooms; Just listed ; only 800 A— 24 ROOMS; downtown: clears $125: owner sick; no reasonable offer refused. For full particulars call at ROTfLOFF & CO., 1104 Market Bt., cor. Turk, rooms S-4. . 45 ROOMS: rent $40: sunny: S years' lease. $1200 20 rooms; rent $25; water front 500 10 rooms; on Geary st. ; low rent 450 42 rooms; rent only $100; transient.... 3000 100 rooms; corner: man house: rent $100. 4000 60 rooms: corner; south of Market 3200 £0 room*: corner; north of Market 3500 Money loaned ' at 1 per cent. Hotels roadhouses. Hats, 5 to 100 rooms. EITEL & CARROLL, 212 Kearny st. WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market st. 20 rooms; 29 beds; rent $25 $ 500 19 rooms; rent J50; reduced to 600 30 rooms; rent $75; clears $125 monthly. 1550 47 rooms; corner; rent $75; part cash.. 1500 500 other houses en our list. MITCHELL & CO.. Phone Jessie 293L 1206 Market St., opposite Sixth. We -will sell you any house for part cash, balance monthly payments. We have a large list to select from. Please call and see some of our bargains. Carriage waiting. ONE of best paying lodging-house* in city; 27 rooms; fine location; sell whole or half inter- e«t: owner has other business; map. Box 4544. Call. HEADQUARTERS for good lodiring-houses and hotels. SCHWEINHARD & CO.. 917 Market Ft., between Fifth and Sixth: rooms 1-2. BUYERS -If you -want a lodging-house, ho- tel or flat, it will pay you to call on M. B. RIVES & CO.. 1023 Market st. spiritualism. attention!" mrs. dr. clark. ' . -. The well-known * medium and clairvoyant, 1 may be consulted on all affairs; every hidden mystery revealed; she will show you how to overcome your enemies and unite the sepa- rated; tell your entire life — paet. present and future; satisfaction by mall; (tend stamp for circular and special terms. 343 Geary st. MRS. DR. CLARK. MME. EILERSFICKEN, the clairvoyant me- dlum, has removed to 9A Sixth st. ; readings dally, j>-9. W. G. KEEGAN holds test seances every night except Sat.; 10c; sitting dally. 148 Sixth ft. ATTEND Mrs. Harland's circle to-night,' also Wed., 10c; prophetic readings dally. 148 6th. MME. YOUNG'S test circle to-night; 10c. 619 McAllister; readings dally; come, skeptics. EARLE'S farewell plate-writing stance, Sun- day. 50c; hours, 10 to 4. 1052. Ellis st. CLAIRVOYANTS. ASTONIS~HIIfG~KE VELATION ! " GOOD NEWS FOR ALL. Reduced Prices One Week More. Call at Onc« and Pave $2. My Regular $3 Reading This Week For $1. |1. $1. $1. $1. $1. |1. |L READ CAREFULLY. 'An Honest Proposition. No Fee In Advance. NO CHARGE NO CHARGE Unlees you obtain tne information for which You coneult him. (You to be full judge.) PROFESSOR PAUL DESTINE. The First Registered Trance Clairvoyant and Palmist Ever In San Francisco. I do hereby solemnly agree and guarantee to make you no charge if I fall to tell your name, occupation and what you called for; 1 promise to tell you whether husband, wife or sweet- heart Is true or false; tell who and when you will marry: in fact, I will tell you every hope, fear or ambition better than you can tell your- self! I will tel you how to win the man or •woman you love, even though miles away; I- wil lstraighten out your affairs and chow you how to win success In love, marriage, business, mining, speculation, health, better positions; no matter what trouble you may have, call and I will help you or charge nothing for my ser- vices. "MEDIUMS DEVELOPED." Learn a profession that will brlnr you from $10 to $25 per day. 326— O'FARRELL ST.— 326. MME. M. BERNARD. THE FAMOUS Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently located at IT Third st.. next Examiner bldg.: she reads your life correctly, gives an accurate deecriptlon of the past, reveals the preaent hap- penings and portrays events to occur In the fu- ture; If you are in trouble, discontented or n >t satisfied in life, or have domestic, love or busi- ness trouble*, consult this great medium and you will be told how to overcome them; valu- able advice in all affairs of life; 25c up; satis- faction guaranteed. Tel. Black 4569. ALL necret« v name9.dates,c!isnges,Journeys,love. marrlajro.olvorce.past and future prospects, . speculations, nilnlnc.law suits; truthfully re- vealed or forfeit *.".'«). Lurky charms free;mag- netlwn.clairvoyance and medlumship "devel- op'd free. Consult SORTIELLY, (539 Bush st." MISS M. WILLE. 830 Ellis st. clairvoyant. crystal seer, reads your life correctly without questions: names given;50c.$l;tel.Sutter 1800. MME. RAVENNA will give full life reading for COc one week. : 5 Fourth st. . " : I ¦ ' MME. WALTKRS. great card reader: la., 25c; gents. 50c. 031 Mission et.. nr. Cth; open Sun. MME. CLARITA, greatest card reader; hours 10 to 12 and 1 to 4. 1030 Post: phone Lorkln 1338. OLDKST lady palmist and card reader In city. Kearny. room 20; ladles 25c; gents 60c MRS. LA VON. wonderful fortune teller; truth or no pay; 25c-50c. H8 3d St.. r. 16. 2d floor. CLAIRVOYANT, card and planet reader; only 10c: hours.- 1 to 8. 262 Minna rt.. near 4th. MFtS. BROWN*, clairvoyant card reader:- ladles 25c; gents 50c; readings dally. 132 Sixth kt. THE SAN IEANC1SCO CALL, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1903. CLAIU) OYAyTS-— Contlnned. ISMAR. the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and palmist, permanently located at 1104 Market Et., cor. Turk: private readinrrs daily. 10 a.m. to G p.m.; readings by mall as satisfactory as in person; S questions answered $1; lull life, *5; send lock of hair, date and year cf blrtli; don't send currency. Send postofflce, Wells- Fargo money order or registered letter. MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; slt- tlngs daily. 44814 Jessie gt.. bet. Gth and 6th. CAl^T HKATWO ASP CLEASLVa WHEN you become disgusted with poor work tend for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works. 353-:i57 Tehama st. ; tel. South 40. 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.. Props. RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet-beating work; prices reasonable.' 1703 Harrison st. ; tel.MIsslon263. CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works, 333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 126. J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-cleaning and Reno- vatlng Co.. 240 Utli st.: tel Mission 74. COLLECTION OFFICES. ADVICE free; bad tenants ejected speedily. COLUMBIAN LAW & COLLECTION AG'CY. room S5. 91C Market Bt.: phone Red 309. BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooms. 9-10; tel. 5580. PEKTISTS. r . . : _ REMOVAL. . DR. C "W. RICHARDS, dentist, ha* re- moved from 47 Post st. to Mutual Bank butld- ir.ir, room 614, corner Geary and Kearny sts. A NEW plate — the Whalebone — Cannot break; warranted 20 yrs.; crown. $3 50; fillings, 60c; _ plates 55; full set (all work painless and war- ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth Bt. PARIS Dental Parlors,' 235 Kearny.oor. Bush — Set teeth $1 50 up; crowr.a $2 up; fillings 25c. GOLD filling 75c, silver 35c. crowns S2; no pain: open Sunday. Dr.O.B.Hewltt.204 Sutter. PARIS Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny.cor. Bush — Set teeth $1 50 up; crowns $2 up; fillings 25c. SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G. YOUNG. 1841 Polk st. ' DKESS3tAKERS AA'D SEAMSTRESSES McDOWELL DressmakTnTlina^MTrnne'ry^chQf,! — Evening class; patteme cut. 1019 Market. EDUCATIONAL^ HEALD'S SCHOOL OF~EL^3Ct1uCa!o1eNgTT NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc- tion, laboratory and 11 shop work; thoroughly practical; day, night. 24 Po«t: catalogue free. THE Berlitz School of Languages. Starr-King bldgr.. 121 Geary st.— Competent native teach, ers; £00 branches with 75.000 pupils in Amer- ica and Europe; best, quickest method ever devised; private and class instruction; pros- pectus and trial lessons free; commercial classes in French and Spanish. $3 per month. HEALD'g SCHOOL OF MINES, 24 Post St.. 3. F. — Thorough courses; complete equipment; all subjects pertaining to mining and minlny engineering; day and night; catalogue free. 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. GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE, conducted by experts; best combined short- hand and commercial course to be had- In- dorsed by official court reporters. 1382 Mkt. CALIFORNIA Business College. 305 Larkin st. "A thorough school"; positions secured for graduates; modern methods; individual In- structlon. Write for Illustrated catalogue. A— ELLIS bookkeeping and Gregg shorthand can't be beat; we have a larger school than ever and more graduates get positions. 8. F. Business College. 1236 Market .st. APjE you in need of a thorough, practical busi- ness education? Investigate the merits of Isaac Pitman Business College. 345 Haight. ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallet School; associated with theatrical agency securing positions* Alcazar building. 120 O'Farrell st; ADDRESS Avers* Business College. 723 Market St.. for their new catalogue; It is free and ths nicest In the State. Life scholarship, $50. ENGINEERING— Civil, elec., rain.. mcch.,sur- vey, assay, cyanide; day. eve.; est. 1864 Van der Nalllen School^ 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. VIOLIN, mandolin, guitar; Prof Merkl; thor- ough,patlent.experienced. 1008 Mlsslon.nr.6th. MRS, GRUNDIES WEILER. Germ.. Fr.. Sp.; hrs. 9-11 a.m.. 3-5 p.m. 1126 Eddy. Cottage bid Chicago Business College. 1435 Market,nr. 10th. Pittman shorthand, .typing. bookkeepg; $8 mo. ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing, etc. ;day or eve. ;$5 mo. 1024 Mlsslon.nr. 6th. SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION.... Day and PARTINGTON'S. 424 Pine st.... Night class HEALD'g Business College. 24 Post st.. S. F.; founded 1863; new 80-page catalogue free. EMPLUYMEjVT OFFICES. ~ GEORGE 421 PosT^tTPtel.~B^sh"l35T~ Japanese-Chinese employment office; fur- nishes best help; contracts for farm help, etc Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office,415 Stock- ton; tel. Grant 168; expert, reliable ¦ help. ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chi- nese help. 426 Powell.nr.Sutter.tel. Black 5072. CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years. Tel. Main 1»97. BRADLEY & CO.. 640 Clay. CHINESE Employment Office — Best help at Fhort notice. 411 "j O'Farrrll; tel. East 426. RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of- fice; all kinds ''help. 315 Stockton; Main 51SS. EMPLOY3IEXT WASTED FJES..1ALIS. A MIDDLE-AGED woman wants a place to do plain cooking and assist in housework; no washing: city or euburbs; wages $3 50. An- swer box 18, Call office. HOUSEKEEPER, middle-aged American lady from the East, wishes position; competent and reliable: thofw vrlshlng a respectable per- son only. Box 37, Call. YOUNG German girl cooks and does house- work, -would liko a position In American family. Please inquire at 2208 Mission St., delicacy store. MIDDLE-AGED woman wants day vrork. washing, ironing or housecleantng. $1 CO a day; good -worker. Box 27. Call office. COMPETENT Swedish girl wishes work by the day, -washing and cleaning. Call 713 Minna. A FINNISH young girl would like to have gen- eral housework. Call at 23>4 Perry st. COMPETENT German woman of refinement wishes position a* managing housekeeper. Address box 4453, Call office. LADY of refinement would like a few more persons to read to or amuse at their own homes, who by reason of age or condition desire such attention; terms moderate. Box 4448. Call office. THOROUGHLY posted bookkeeper with 4 years' experience, also proficient as stenographer, eeeks position. Address box 4594, Call. BY young woman with good references as com- panion or nursery governess. Address box 4598. Call office. ¦ - WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St., near Mar- ket— 200 rooms; 25c to $1 60 per/nigUt; $1 60 to $B week; convenient and respectable; free •bus and baggage to and from ferry. WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call at Katon's Bazaar. 633 McAllister st. EMPLOYMENT WASTED MALIS. \ MAN and wife, no children, desire work; man as good teamster and general ranch" hand; \ -wife. as 'good cook; tountry preferred. Box 4543, Call office. A — MAN well posted ¦ In crockery, glassware and kitchen utensils; has been In business for self. Address E., rear elevator, 1170 Market Bt., Donohoe building. : WANTED — Situation , by experienced real cstats loan insurance man; reference given. Box 39, Call. x WANTED— By a sober, reliable man. a posi- tion as watchman; . can furnish best of ref- erences. Box 29, Call. , STRONG -and willing boy of 17. living -with parents, to drive a wagon or help In store; city references. Box 16, Call. CUTTER wishes position; will go to country If desired;- 10 years' experience In Chicago. Box 12, Call. V GERMAN waiter wants a steady position, . hotel or restaurant; city or country. 1 C. MEYER. 812 Kearny st. A YOUNG man* of 25 would like work as car- penter: 4 years' experience. Box 14, ; Call. ¦: WA NTED— Position to drive horse or do I any kind of work; is very willing. - Box 17, Call. A MIDDLE-AGKD man, handy with horses and tools, wants light work; no, milking; Bmall wages. H. W., 113 Trenton st., bet. Pacific and Jackson. SOBER, reliable young man would like posl- - tion with wholesale firm where there is a chance for advancement: not afraid of work Particulars box 45C0.- Call office. YOUNG man wants position to look after in- „ valid ; city references. Call or address Nurs», ::r>9 Grove Bt. "*<&KBmKSlKBBgHKBBKBBKntii EDUCATED Japanese boy wants position as waiter in family in city or Oakland. KA- RAKAWA, S07 Polk St., San Francisco Want a nursa to watch the boy, And give you needed rest? "Why not a Call "Want Adlet place And give omypjan a test? EMPLO YME HT WAMTEP— MALE. FRENCH cook, with the best references, wants situation In a private family, club- house or boarding-house; 'cj_r or country.' Box 4571, Call office. WANTED^ — By a strong young man not afraid of work, a poeltton, or stock clerk In a wholesale house: can furnish the best of ref- erences. Box 4561, Call office. YOUNG married man wants position to take full charge of orchard; handy with tools; best of reference. 130 Fourth st.. room 64. WANTED — A position a« vatchman in a fac- tory or wholesale noune; can furnish the best • of references. Box 4547, Call office. . JAPANESE couple want permanent position In family; both talk good English; country pre- ferred. K. KOI. Address 6 St. Mary's place, San Francisco, Cal. A CHINESE first-class cook wants family posi- tion; city or country. CHARLEY HOON. 764 Clay st. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore st. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1096 Valencia st. EXCHANGE^ 88 ACRES land near Berkeley; rolling land; will sell or trade. Address 117 San Pablo ave.. Oakland. . ---¦-¦•¦. \ financial. to i:tvestors. The Pacific Vacuum Ice Company, owning the patent rights to the States of Nevada, Oregon, Washington, California and Ari- zona for the vacuum process of manufatcur- Ing hygienic pure ice and refrigeration, of- fers to the Investing public for the next 60 days 60,000 shares preferred cumulative tt per cent per annum guaranteed dividend (free of taxes) stock at $1 per share, with a bonus of one share of common stock. The company has purchased block 12, size 200x408, corner Nineteenth and Harrison Bts. Work on prop- erty now progressing so as to be In actual operation by May 1 of this year, with a 100- ton per day plant. Plants will be erected In cities and towns within our territory. This ice can be made for 50o per ton and in one hour's time. For further particulars address FRANK W. MARSTON, president. Pacific Vacuum Ico Company, rooms 519-520 Parrott build- Ing. San Francisco. Cal. - COMPANIES Incorporated and financed; stock and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and cold; stock accepted for sen-ices. Send for Pacific States Investor. PACIFIC STATES MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post. FLATS TO LET. PACIFIC, ave., 2175-2181— 2-story flats cr apartments; by far the most elegantly fin- ished and most luxurious house in 8. F. Solid oak, mahogany and other fine finish; papered and decorated to suit In special Im- ported papers .and designs; sunny rooms; marine view; « rooms and 2 baths. THE MCCARTHY COMPANY. 646 Market st HOUSES and flats to let; an lmmenae list: service absolutely free; take advantage or this department; it will save you tliv* and trouble. Cordes Furniture Co., 245-2tw Geary «t., nn the square. CALIFORNIA. 2667, bet. Pierce and Scott- Elegant new flat; rent reduced. FLAT to let of 4 rooms and bath: $20 per month. J650 Waller st.. cor. Shrad>r. 4 NICE rooms, bath and toilet; gras and cellar. 1917 G«-ary st. $11 50 — 4 SUNNY rooms. 129 Ivy ave., near Van Ness and Hayep. FLATS TO LET yURXISHEU. GOLDEN GATE ave.. 1517— Upper and middle floors. 4 rooms each; bath, garden; 1 to 4. THREE sunny, small flats: furnished complete for housekeeping. 3726 Twenty-third st. FURNITURE WANTED. California AucUon House, 1105-1107 Mission St.; tel Mint 2481; pays cash prices; buys anything A. Wollpert. 773 Mission, phone Red 2937, buys, rents, repairs, packs furniture, carpets. Laurence Vincent, 1837 Larkin st.: tel. Hyd» 3091 — Furnished houses & furniture bought. A. H. MAYER, highest cash prices carpets, fur- niture, etc. 1135 Market St.; tel. Jessie 761. BIG price paid for furniture for 60 days; special season. S. J. WAUGH. r. 415. Examiner bldg. KELP WANTED — FEMALE. A COOK for American family of 2, $30; laun- dress. $35; second girl for San Rafael, $25; 6 ppcond girls for city, $25; a chambermaid, must Bleep home, $30: ranch cook, $25; house- girl. $."0: waitress, hotel. $20. MRS. NOR- TON. 313 Sutter st. 4 GIRLS to learn halrdresslng; $5 teaches trade from A to V, in 2 wks.: must fllPH positions by Mar. 18; $10 per wk. guaranteed; call early; day and eve. class. Old S. F. HAIR- DRESSING SCHOOL, 233 G«ary, room 13. HAIRDRESSING,' manicuring, massage, scalp treatment, hairwork, removal of superfluous hair; $5 2 weeks: day & eve. class: wages $10 to $20 week. 1236 Market, cor. Jones, r. 94. WANTED— Competent salesladies for ladles' suits and coats; good steady positions for ex- perienced parties. Apply Superintendent's office. The Emporium. A GIRL for goneral housework and cooking: German preferred ; wages $25 to $30. Call between 9 and 2. at 155 1 Webster st. BOOKKEEPER for restaurant and bakery; one has has had experience In this line pre- ferred; references required. Box 36, Call. WANTED — Girl to do general housework and cooking for small adult family; wages $25. Apply 1106 Fulton st., from 10 to 12. LADY cook for short orders; bakery. and coffee parlor; SS week; call bet. 8 and 12 o'clock. 127 Fifth st.. , WANTED— -First-class millinery saleswoman. i Apply at HALE BROS.' .. * WANTED— First -class cloak and suit . sales- . woman. Apply at HALE BROS.' FIRST-CLASS millinery salesladies wanted. Apply Superintendent's office. The Emporium. WANTED— Talloress at SCHIMMEL & STO- VER'S. 408 Suter st. WANTED — A " Rlrl for general housework; wages $25; references. 1629 McAllister. TEN young ladles with good voices for travel- Ing troupe. Address box SO, Call office. A GERMAN girl; general housework! J02S Folsom fit. WANTED — Young neat frlrl; good permanent home. Box 13. Call office. ERRAND girl wanted at 1111 Van Neaa ave. GIRL for -housework: -three in family; wages $15. 2330 Filbert st-j near Stelner. RELIABLE girl for general housework and plain cooking. Call 1814 Baker «t. WANTED-*- Wa I tress for Hotel ReRlna, 418 Turk st.; call to-day. GIRL for cooking and downstairs work. An. ply 2409 Washington ' st. ; / APPRENTICE to be talloress; paid while learning. . A: KAHN. 142 Genry st. WANTED— A first-class tail ore »i on fine coats. S50 Market st., rooms 3 and 4. WANTED— German girl for housework. S116 -Sixteenth St.. near Valencia. SHIRTMAKERS. experienced, wanted at*L*vi . Strauss & Co.'s shirt' factory: . good - pay; steady, work all the year around; modern fao» tory. ¦ ZOV2 • Fremont St.; take elevator;' see HINDSHAW. WANTED— A plrl to" help with the cara of „ children. 1467 Fulton st. , A' GIRL for housework and cooking. 1513 Mc- - "Allister et.- - - -.-¦-' "WANTED— Laundress, family work, $30; neat second girl for 8an Rafael, $25; Scandi- navian or German man and wife for family work $41 60; 2 waitresses for country, com- mercial hotel, near San Jose, $25, fare here; housework, Ross Valley, no washing, $25; housework, Palo Alto. $25. Apply to J. F. CROSETT ft CO.. 834 Sutter st. WANTED— 2 cooks, no washing. $33; 4 cooks, little wash. $30, $25; 2 chamber work and sewing; maid and seamstress, $25: 5 second girls, |20, $25; 3 nursegirls, $15. $20; 5 hotel waitresses, $20, $25; assistant laundress, children's home. $20; 3 chambermaids, wait one meal. $20, $26: 2 second girls for Berke- ley. ?25, and others. Apply to J. F. CROS- KTT & CO.. 334 Sutter Bt. . ' A LAUNDRESS for an easy place in city, $30; a first-class laundress for a small family, out of town, $30; a laundress to a«si6t some cleaning, for city, $30; a parlormaid and r^. ltres9 ' for clty » 5 30 : a second girl, for city, $30; a waitress for 3 in family. *30;-« house- work girl for San Rafael. $35; a French housework girl. 2 In family $35; a second girl for Berkeley; 5 good all-round second , girts, *25; 10 cooks for small families, $30, $25, $20. MISS PLUNKETT, 425 Sutter St., near Powell. COMPETENT girt, references, cooking and come housework, $30. 2201 Broderick St., corner Washington ; call between 9 and 4. WANTED— A neat girl to do general houae- work. 1616 Sacramento tt. TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at Chutes 6 p. m. Wednesday; salary no object. OPERATORS on overalls; no experience neces- sary; good pay; steady work: paid while learning; clean, light, modern factory; every convenience, including dressing-room. LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 32% Fremont st Apply MR. DAVIS.' WOMEN and girls to learn shirtmaking at Levl Strauss & Co.'s shirt factory; paid while learning; good' pay; steady work; modern factory. StiVi Fremont st. ; take elevator; sea MR. HINDSHAW. GIRLS from 16 to 18 for factory work; good wages; steady employment. Apply at once, AMES & HARRIS. 100 Sacramento st. WHOLESOME, Intelligent woman, not under 25, of good character and standing, for high- grade position. Box 4654, Call office. GIRL for general housework and cooktng: fam- ily of 3 adults; wages $20; call before noon. 2513 Octavla st. OPERATORS on ladles' waists In factory, 656 Mission St., fourth floor. OPERATORS on ladies' underwear In factory, -656 Mission st.; fourth floor. OPERATORS to take work home. 656 Mission St.; fourth floor. WANTED — Second girl; wages $20 per month. 2607 Fiilmore »t. VERY young girl, assist light work; sleep home; $8. 641 Turk st. YOUNG girl for general housework; $25. 906 O'Farrell st. WANTED — Middle-aged woman to help with housework; sleep home. 720B Union st. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore st. HELP AVAXTKD "HAIWi. ~ C. R, HANSEN & CO. ..Employment Agency 429 Bush, st and 642 Clay st. FOR OG DEN. UTAH SHIP TO-DAY FREE FARE 6 bridge carpenters $3 50 day FOR NEVADA Teamsters, laborers, tunnelmen........$2-$3 FOR CHATSWORTH PARK Southern California Machine men, headers, corner men, drillers, muckers •• • $2-$3 FOR NEW CAMP, SOUTH. CALIFORNIA. 100 teamsters and laborers $2 FOR THE COAST ROAD Teamsters and laborers $2 FOR- NEW TUNNEL— NEAR CITY 20 drillers and tunnel men $2 25-$2 50 Camp cook, new R. R... $60 20 laborers, sawmill $30 and found ..... FREE FARE FOR ALL ABOVE Farmers milkers, laborers, teamsters: coach- man, $30 and found : shingle sawyer on Huntington machine, $00 and found, nee bosc here HOTEL DEPARTMENT Ka6tem or California head waiter, who thoroughly understands taking charge of a first-class cafe. $100; cook. Institution. $53: fry cooks, broilers, dishwashers, kitchen hands; garde mange, $75; waiters, bell boys, porters and others ;... C R. HANSEN & CO. . .Employment Agency 429 Bush gt. and .l>2 Clay st. A— STFJNOGRAPHER, new R R camp $60 and found. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 429 Bush. WANTED — Printetj to take charge of small office in wholesale house; one familiar with composition and press work: give experience. references and wages expected. Box 10, Call. WANTED — A boy to answer telephone and run errands; must live with parents and neat In appearance. Address box 30. Call office. WANTED— Young man to sell cigars in drug store; must live with parents; give refer- encea; wages $40. Box 15. Call office. $125— BARBER shop for sale; 3 living rooms; present owner 2 years; fine opening for d- gar stand. Apply 1372 Union st. OFFICE boy wanted; one with some expe- rience preferred: apply in own handwriting. Box 40. Call office. FOR SALE— Fine two-chair barber shop; llv- ing rooms: good location; price $100. Box 11. Call office. WANTED — Errand boy about 16 who wishes to learn printing trade. JANSSEN, 23 Stevenson st. - : - WANTED— A first-class Job carpenter. Call at JANSSEN'S. 23 Stevenson St., at once. Sit APR maker wanted; 'tpnly at store CORDES FURNITURE C^J 245-259 Geary. WANTED — Good, willing- boy; must be well recommended; age 13 to 16. Apply 101 Post. COATMAKER: for country. Apply • REISS BKOS.' & CO.. 24 Sutter st. BARBERS, a two-chair shop for rent. Ap- ply 15-17 Mission st. . '., WANTED— First-class blacksmith finisher. 2336, Pine sh . . ' BOY for general -work in wholesale house; state age and experience. • Box 38, Call. BARBER wanted. 12 Fremont St.; must be . strictly first-class. BOY wanted. 626 Montgomery st. BOYS wanted. Ill Clay st. BOOTBLACK wanted.* 1403 Polk st. WANTED— Second waiter at New Golden State .Hotel. 164 Fourth st. / ... SHOEMAKER on repairing; call early; bring toola. 202 Powell st. WANTED-rHead- waiter, ' with cafe experience,* for larga establishment. Box 4154, Call office. BARBER shop for sale. 1011 Pacific st. ; on account of leaving city.: . .. WANTED — A - few : first-class solicitors to pre- sent an attractive high-class financial propo- sition for Portland, Or.. Seattle and Spokane, .Wash. : moderate salary and liberal commis- sion will be , paid. Apply to T. W. GRIF- / FIN. room 9, 0 Powell St.. from 2 to 4 p. m. dally, except Sunday. WANTED— First-class domestic salesman. Ap- ply between 9 aud 11 a. in. at HALE BROS.' HELP WANTED — MALK— Con. | MURRAY & READY 634 & C36 Clay st. PHONE MAIN 6S4S Leading Employment and Labor Agents. MILLWRIGHTS ." 6 millwrights, large lumber cc, $4 day &. fd. a milkers. South $-0 and found WK SHIP ..: FREE TO-DAY LOS ANGELES DISTRICTS CHATSWORTH PARK TUNNEL Laborers! carmen, teamsters, muckers, ma- chine and hand miners. $2 to $3 day FREE FARE TO " OREGON 25 coal miners BIG WAGEa FREE FARE NEVADA STATE NEVADA Laborers, teamsters, tunnel men, etc $2 to $3 day GREAT CROWDS... GOING ...ARE YOU? TO ARIZONA **> miles .......... CLOSE TO Jrog*^X____ggj_ $8 00 Very Cheap Rates »W Laborers, teamsters *- da * NEW .WORK— FREE TO IT— IN Los Angeles Valley ?2 to $2 25 day FOR A GREAT SYNDICATE LUMBER CREW 2 carriage setters *3 a day 2 lumber graders $2 60 a day 2 foremen $2 23 a <iay 2 edgemvn ?3 a day 10 lumber leaders $2 a day 6 timber fall*T3 $^'" 6 timber buckers *55 3 Dolbeer engineers * s -» 2 Dolbeer head loggers $**<> 1 car log loader *¦'¦¦"' 6 section men ." $2 a day 1 section foreman *2 5O a day 1 trimmer in mill $2 25 a day 2 oilers $2 a day 1 car oiler 12 a, day 1 car repairer $2 60 a day GOLD. COPPER MINES SILVER. COAL MINES OTHER MINES 25 machine miners . . . \ $90 00 26 hand miners $S2 50 25 timber men $0«) o0 25 muckers $?5 00 45 laborers (no experience wanted). ..$60 00 15 laborers, easy, steady Job. fare $2 • $.J0 and found FARES REDUCED CHEAP FARE3 264 Tlemakers 296 Woodchoppers Tools, food, cabins, etc., furnished FOR LARGE, GOOD RANCH • 6 scraper teameters $30 and found Laborer and wife, mining company.. $50 & fd. MISCELLANEOUS Blacksmith, machine shop, $90: machinist, country, $3 day; blacksmith's helper; ma- chinist's helper; man to run ranch on shares: , 9 milker*. $30 and found; 16 pruners, $32 50 1 and found; shingle sawyer, file his own saws, Huntington machine, |60 and found; 3 etone masons, ruble -work, 50-cent fare, $:> a day; jrardener, 60-cent fare, $30 and found; phoemaker, $10 fare, $2 50 a day Milker, fare paid $35 and found 2 milker?, same dairy (fare $3), $30 and found; can-washer, city, $35 and found; choreman, private ranch residence, $25 and found 5 plow teamsters, No. 1 ranch.. $30 and found 26 orchard, vineyard and farm hands, $25. $26, $30 and found: 15 choremen and boys; Boys to learn trades; door 6 Yard man, hotel, country, $20 and found Young man, coal yard. $1 25 to $1 50 a day: 6 ranch teamsters, four horses. $30 and found; 4 carpenter helpers, few tools, for ranch, $S0 and found; choreman. milk two cows, ranch residence, $20 and found; 2 pruners, orchard, near city, $26 and found.. . « handy men with tools, ranch. $30 and found Cook, mine boarding-house $60 and fd. HOTEL DEPARTMENT Cook, city hotel, $50 and found ; bell and ele- vator boys; kitchen hand and cook, short or- ders, $35 and found; 9 cooks, different Jobs; 6 waiters; man to run wash machine, laun- dry. $25 and found; dishwasher, city institu- tion, $30 and found; lunch-counter cook, saloon, $25 to $30 and found; porter, saloon, city. $30 and found; cook. $40 and found, fare 30 cents; old man, city institution; porter, city, hotel, $20 and found; 14 dish- washers, different places. $20, $25, $30 and found; butcher, young man, $12 a week; young man, office work, city dairy, $35 ..OPEN TO-DAY, 7 A. M 1802 WE GAVE MURRAY & READY. 45.000 MEN WORK 634 & 636 Clay St. ELECTRICIAN for ice machine, $50 and found; phlngle pawyeT, Huntinjrton machine; fruit farmer and wife, $45; man and wife, prtvata family. $47 CO; painter and paperhanger, $1 60 day and found; washar for laundry, $30 and found; 2 second cooks. $1H and $U»; bell boy for country. $15 and found, fare paid; night porter for restaurant, $7 week: and others. J. F. CROSETT St CO., 62S Sacra- mento it. MAN with family was promised to come and take partnership in grocery, but got disap- pointed and will take any kind of work so that h* can live a Christian. -156 Alameda ave.. Alameda. 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 5 feet 4 'Inches and not over 9 feet 1 Inch; able to speak and read English. For further Information apply at the recruiting offices, 40 Ellis «t., San Francisco, Cal.; Masonla Hall. 530 K et.. Sacramento, Cal.. and U. 9. Custom-house, 222?4 North Main st. Los Angeles, Cal. • 1 - ;- • Energetic manager for office to be opened in each county of the State by large manufac- turing concern; salary $100 per month; extra commission & expenses; $500 cash security required; best references; no books or Insur- ance. Manager, P. O. box 2124. San Fran. MEN — Our free catalogue explain* how we teach the barber trade in the shortest pos- sible time; barbers are in great demand. MOLLER SYSTEM COLLEGE. 635 gay st. WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still run* Denver House. 217 Third st.; 150 larga rooms; 25c per night: $1 to $2 per week. TRY our men's shoes at $1 pair, foo^ form shoes at $2 SO or orthopedic shoes. ' $3 50; best shoes on earth. 11 Third et.. Examiner building, 5 doors from Market st. BOY about 17 years of age. LEVI STRAUS3 A CO.'S Factory, 32}J Fremont St.; MR. DAVIS WANTED — A man who understands nursery work and florist business. Call 500 Halght st. BARBER shop to let. Opposite Home of Pea'ce Cemetery. San Mateo County. ¦ — FOR sale — 2-chatr barber shop. 2241 Mission st. Call between 6 and 8 p. m. • ¦• •"¦ MEN to learn barber trade: fl5: first-class In- struction. 262 O'Farrell st. Barber College. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st. OVER BOO pairs new and second-hand shoes for sale cheap. McDonald & Perry. 261 Third st. WANTED — Young men to learn barber trade. S. F. Barber College. 741A Howard st. PENSION atty.. E. A. Bullls. room 40. Pbelan big. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G.A.R. GET your shoes half-soled while waiting: 25o to 50c. 563 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half price. 663 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. WINCHESTER House. 41 Third St., near Mar- ket — 200 rooms, 25c night; reading-rooms; free "bus and baggage to and from, ferry. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore »t. HOUSES AXD WAGONS. f r SMALL butcher wagon, horse and harness r.r for milk wagon. Apply US Sixth st.. r. 10. FOR sale — A young, gentle pony for saddle or driving. 4150 Seventeenth st. 2 GOOD hacks for sale; also 4 good horses. 327 Sixth st. . READ "The California Horseman," of Interest to horsemen. Dalztel, editor, 60S Q. G. ave. Largest assortment 2-hand wagons.buckbd..sur- rey.harness.work.drivlng horses. l.ith-Val'ncU AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp- lng wagon for sale cheap. ;532 Mission it. HOUSBS TO 'LET. A— PRINTED list of houses to let; send for clr- cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery. "^ . LOST A.\D FOUAD. '• $20 REWARD for return of gold cigarette ease; initials J. B. Z. Call MRS. F. ESH- NEK. The Adams. g> Eddy st. LOST — A purse ontaininc a. sum of money: reward. R. FORBES, 105 Oak st. LOST — Gentleman's locket watch charm. Re- turn to A. H. R. SCHMIDT, German Bank; liberal reward. LOST— Lemon and white pointer do?. Return J. B. COLEMAN, 4 Leldesdorff St.: reward. . . MATTRESSES A5O PILLOWS. ~~ TO order; also cleaned and sterilized: uphol- stery; honest work guaranteed. HOPKE BROS.. 411-413 Powell st. Phone Buah 421. MEDICAL. ALL Valpea.u*s female pills are sure; best reg- ulating pills sold; price $2 50 by express. Try Valpeau's safety capsules: price $2 60. Pasteur's syringe and tablets; price $2 30. By express only on receipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS wholesale druggists. Seventh and Broadway. Oakland. . 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 mest difficult cases treat- ed; advice free. Office, 1018 Market «t. MRS. Dr. WYETH. specialist for all female complaints; instant relief guaranteed; 30 years' experience; reflned home before and during confinement. 72S Post st. nr. Jones. DR- and MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERBS- original method of treatment. 1128 Market sU MEDICAL — Con tinned. J MRS DH KOITL. reliable pp«-c!a!!.«t for all f«- ma"l<> troubles and irregularities; instant * relief guaranteed. lWS'j Mkt. St.. opp. StU. AlJVK'E frre — i>rs. Goodwin, ladies' t-peciallm^; instant relief guarantfecl; low fee*: maternity home: babies adopted trie. '.«)« Market st ilKS. V. ALLEN. 11 IS Market— Reliable ladies* specialist; a private home before nnd during confinement: best medical tare; low fees. MATERNITY Villa; strictly private. MR* DR. Fl'NKE. 1416 Eighth St.. AlameUa. DR. NG TOY KES. 210 Stockton *t.. opposite Union Square; all d-sefnea cured by herbs. JIISCELLAAEOtS — KUH '"^j^- EOILERS engines 2d-hand machinery. MclN- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont »t. DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? Repair it with Elaterite; In rolls easy to lay. needs r.o painting or coatlns; good over old iron, tin or shingles; best fcr new roo.s- ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market st. J. COOPER, merchant tailor, for ever 29 ye*r» in Palace Hotel, and lately at 22 Suttet st.. has removed his Full Dress Rental Parlors to 21 Stockt-in st. (second floor), in Security Loan and Tru3t Co.*s bldg : phono Bush 4JU. A— BUYS, sells or rents gear 'machinery en- gines, boilers water pipes shaftins. pulleys. etc. •vVHiTELAT/. 253- .S3 Spear st. A WITTE zaa and oil engine is a frlind of work; reliable low priced. The TRACY ENOR. CO.. 131 FVemcnt st. _ BOILERS, engine?. pumps.ptpe.bpltlng.shaftlnr, pulleys.etc. SUGARMAN BROS.. 549 Howard. *i * Al FRESH Durham cow; 20 quarts dally; rlcS milk; jrentle. 83 Shotwell st. $550— NEARLY new launch. 3107 Sixteenth street. ______ FEW left; new porcelain bathtubs; slightly smoke damaged; half price. 6SS Howard st. TWO 54x10 h! w h-pressur« boilers (or ttla> KROGH MFG. CO.. B19 Market st. AN "Automatic" TV*, ft O. sewing machla» for sale cheap. 145 Sixth gt.. near Howard. A PINE suit. $7; stylish pants. $1 79. iflsSt Clothing Parlors. 238 Kearny St.. near Btatt. SAFES — Naw and second-hand. THS HSR" __MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento at ASK for prices on second -band typewriters: alt makes. ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Montg'T- GASOLINE engine*, ail sizes. new and 2d-hand. and launches. J. F. DOAK. 46 Fremont st- Edisen phonographs, records, supplies, movisg- picture machines, films. Bacigalual. 003 Mkt. MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand mo-rlns; pl»- tures. BULLARP A BRECK. 131 Post st. MISCKLLAMSOtS WAJITS. A — Highest prices for gents' cut-off clothing. old gold, etc 671 Howard sL ; teL John Z&89. $3000 WORTH cast-off clothing wanted: highert price paid. 322 Grant ave.; t»i. Red 4132. PHOTO and magic lantern goods. secoad-haaA. 103 Montgomery st. _ LADIES' sealskins, gents' dress suits bought. Portland Loan Office. 25 Stockton at.; postal. TILTON wants good second-hand clothing as4 theatrical goods. 154 Cth st. ; tel. Jessie 2S31- MONEY TO LOAJf. AA— MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANT (lno.). 107-108 Crocker Butldlns;.. $5.0UO,0CO CAPITAL ..DEAL DIRECT AND AVOID EXPENSE.- Loans at 5^ and- 6 per cent; sums to suit: City, Oakland. Country and Town Property: Estates. Legacies, Undivided Interests la Realty: Interests in Unsettled Estates and Contested Estates; Second Mortgages and Life Insurance Policies; full cost of Improve- ments at tt per cent. MANHATTAN- LOAN CO., Crocker building; telephone Main 6924. A — R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery St.. room X Loans any amount at lowest rates. Deal direct with lender. On first mortgages. On second mortgages. On third mortgages. On undivided interests In real est_ta> On estates in probate. On legacies. NO DELAT. Telephone Main 5513. H. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery st., room 3. FINANCIAL problems of all sorts and sizes: second mortgages, legacies, estates tn pro- bate, undivided Interests, asslgnmer.ta at rents, property in trust, life estates, llf* poll- cies, etc. ; save money by dealing dlrecUy: quick settlements; no disappointments; cour- teous consideration given all prcpcsStioss: .? you need money see . HERMAN MURPHY, 601-602 Eiajc_______S- A — ON real estate at lowest r» : Irt cr C2A mortgages and on furniture or pianos: no re- moval; in this city and Oakland or Alaraeda: any amount; no delay; no publicity. O. W. BECKER. 36 Geary St.. room 3&. MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 108 Gnat are. Phone Red 1603. LOANS FROM f I to 110, 000. MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer- chants, teamsters, boardir.g-houses. without security; easy payments; largest business in 46 principal cities. Tolman. M3 Parrott bids;. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 849 Market st.: t»I. Main 1644. Branch. ID Third. EMPORIUM Loan Co.. r. 21*. Farrott bldg. — Loans on salary, collaterals, chattel mtge.. Ins. policies, vouchers, securities of all kind*, small, large; short or long term: confidential. A PRIVATE party loans any amount on furni- ture, pianos; lowest rates without removal : no publicity; no commissions: deal direct ar.i avoid brokerage. 11 City Hall square. S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY— Loans to salaried people on their note. THE TOUSLEY CO 143 Phelan bldg. ONE per cent on furniture or planes; no re- moval: no commission: $_S up; quick; confi- dential. 26 Montgomery St.. room 7. PRIVATE party; no publicity; any amount: no commission ; low rate. BONELLI, Conserra- tory bids.?" 301 Eddy st.; phone South 470. MONEY to loan on low interest; gold, silver. djamonds. pearls and precious stones bought at W. J HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st. ON furniture, pianos; private party: no remo- val: no publicity. E. W. Lick. 118 McAllister. ONE per cent on furniture; $3 a month on each $1000; any security. 302 Montgomery, rm. 14. $10 TO $100 on salary: private and conSdentla!. Western Loan Co.. 403 Montgomery st..-rm- 4. THE Star Loan Co. of Wyoming loans money to salaried employes; easy paym'ts. 713 Mrket. ELFVING, 61ti Examiner big., loans on planes, furniture, etc.. at 2 per cent without removal. ALL loans en diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. KJ3 K*amy. 2% ON furniture & pianos. $15 up: no removal: phone Black 1700: room 81. 6 Eddy, floor 4. CASH loaned salaried people on notes without lndorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg. A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call. 16 pa«»g. In tvrapper. for mailing, tl per year MUSICAL IXS T*_Pj[^3i A FEW special bargains: 1 Fischer, upright. $115: I Stelnway upright. $1S5; 1 Chickerin* upright $165; 1 Heine upright $283; Mason A Hamlin organ. $27. and over 60 orh«r ptano bargains. Why not save $10O «ft a n»w piano' We sell from factory to consumer direct. Price for one piano the same as tor 100- $2 50 this month only; largest stock in Ean Francisco: our output Is double that of any other house, that's why. HEINB PIANO CO.. hall 235-237 Geary st.. Playano. piano player agents. A~FEW GOOD BAROAINS IN UPRIGHTS. One French piano: good order $ «5 One Roenl?ch: fine order -. 115 One Sherwood; walnut case 165 One Deutscher: mahogany case 18S One Mendelssohn; oak case 195 One Mayson: walnut case 22f» One Haines: walnut case 223 These piano* are in fine condition, fully ruarantred: rokl o-n pasy payments. BF.NJ. CURTAZ & SON. 1R-2O OTarrell st. NO BRANCHES IN BAN FRANCISCO. ANY piano sold by us taken back any tlmt within two years and full purchase price a I , lowed on a new peerless Knabe at regular price; costs you enly 20c a day to bu" a piano from us., KOHLER & CHASE 3'> O'FatTell at.; established lSSft WISSNER. Eaumptster. Behr Bros.. Schubert or Stodard are good enough pianos for anv one. Prices low; terms reasonable. T1IF. ZENO MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.. 760 Marict st. WANTED — To know the address of H. Kanf- ¦ man. piano tuner. BYRON MAUZY. 310 Post st. TOUR piano can be made new for one-qtarter the cost of buying; send for booklet. Pierce's Flano Factory. Market. 14th and Church sti. KHANICH & /BACH, musicians' favorite piano: rtgid comparison solicited. Solo agency. BRUENN. 208 Post st. EOHMER. Byron Mauzy pianos. Cecilian piano Player.' BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post st. $T8;>KNABE piano in first-class condltJon; great bargain. 237 Geary st. ON sale for $S7,' Emerson uprtuht: good as new; make cash v offer. 237 G<»ary st. BEST renting pianos in city for $T per moath. SCOTT-CUP.TAZ PIANO CO.. BOO Hayes st. SACRIFICE — Elegant 3- pedal upright; cash or' Installments. Schmtta & Co.. 1« McAIllsterA THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.. 931 Market St.— Stock. Everett. Lndwlg ¦ and other good plan-i» SUPERIOR violins zither*, old and new. H. MULLER. maker, repairer. S Latham pUc*.