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THE SAN FBANCisVo CALL, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903.
12 HELP WASTED— FE>IALE--Con. WANTED^" cooksT no "washing, $30," $&7pa£ lor maid, $30; 4 second girls, $25. $30, city and country; cook, small hotel, $25; 4 wait- resses for resorts, $25. $30, fare paid; head waitress, country; working housekeeper, small hotel In country, $25; housework, Palo Alto, :$ in family, $35; 2 chambermaids, ?20: laundress, 3 days week, sleep home, $i.<> month; housework. Santa Cruz, see lady at office 10 o'clock, $30; housework. Belvedere, S25; 40 house girls at $20, $25, $3(1. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 331 Sutter st. WANTED— Neat waitress for Monterey Co.; 15 boarders; $25; see boss at our office this forenoon. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sut- ter »t. v , A— WAITRESS and parlor maid, $30; four good second girls for city places, $25 each; a nurse for an Infant. $25, references neces- eary; a cook on a ranch, S30, seo party ln office: a waitress for commercial hotel in country. $25. fare paid; two plain waitresses for steady place in city, $25 each: a cham- bermaid, assist waiting. $20; 40 housework girls for city and country wages $15 to $30. MISS PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter St., nr. Powell. NURSE. San Rafael, §25, ree party here 2 o'clock; cnolc summer report. $30: house- keeper. $20; two housegirls. $30; 10 cooks, $35. $30; cook, Menlo Park, $35; 50 girls for housework and cooking, city and country; wages $25 to $35. Apply to MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter st. SEWING machine operators on overalls for our new factory. Mission st., near Fifteenth, which will be ready for occupancy April 18, 1903; Inexperienced paid salary while learn- ing; applications should be made at once to LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 32!£ Fremont St.; apply MR. DAVIS. 3 GIRLS to learn hairdressing; $4 50 teaches trade from A to Z In 2 wks.; must fill 4 post-' tious by Apr. 20; $10 per wk. guaranteed; call early; day and evening class. Old S. F. Hairdressing School, 233 Geary St.. 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. AA — WANTED — Operators on Crown shirts and overalls; a stated amount guaranteed to beginners. Apply at GREENEBAUM, WEIL & MICHELS' factory. 531 Mission st. WANTED at once— Ladies to work for us at home; light, pleassnt work; make from $5 to $S week. Call !> a. m. to 5 p. m., room 7, The Richmond, 5O".) Jones st. FAMILY of two want young or middle-aged woman for light housework: good reference required; $15 a month; must not be afraid to stay alone. Box 49S. Call. '¦ OPERATORS on shirts and overalls: Inexperi- enced paid while learning. HEYNEMANN & CO., Tenth and Howard- sts. - EXPERIENCED mangle girls wanted. Central Laundry, 411 Shotwell et., between Eighteenth and Nineteenth. WANTED — Girl for cooking and -light house- work: good wages. 2109 Santa Clara ave.. Alameda, Willow station, broadgauge. RESTAURANT waitress wanted; good pay. PEOPLE'S RESTAURANT, «31 Clay st. FIRST-CLASS finisher on coats. ¦ 222 Kear- ny st. ¦ A GIRL for plain cooking and general hcuse- work. Apply at 1220 Waller st. WANTED — Stenographers to Join the "Isaac Pitman Shorthand Writers' Association." Meetings first Friday each month in rooms of 1 President J. Wlllard Smith, 315 Haight St., at i S p. m. Sec, W. R. Whyte. 214 Pine sL WANTED — Operators on ladies' waists, muslin underwear and wrappers. MARKS BROS., 1220 Market st. WANTED — A young girl ubout 15 years old for- factory. MARKS BROS., 1220 Market. BUSINESS woman of good appearance to travel. Only those prepared to begin at once need apply. Box 492, Call office. OPERATORS on ladles' waists and under- wear to woik In factory; good pay. 050 Mission St., fourth floor. 1 YOUNG woman for general housework and cooking; 4 adults: good home for right party, wages $25. 524 Chestnut st. GIRLS to learn millinery' trade; taught In 1 mo.; $5; positions guaranteed at $15 per w'k; school evenings only. 143 Stockton St., r. 13. M. ELLA HARRIS, skin specialist, will give free treatment to middle-aged up-to-date woman to act as demonstrator. 781 O'Farrell. GIRLS about 14 for factory work; good wages; steady employment; apply at once. AMES & HARRIS, 100 Sacramento st. ¦ OPERATORS and finishers on gcntsl white shirts. KOGERSON'S, 535 Valencia et. GIRL for ceneral housework and to assist at cooking; $20. Call 1814 Baker st. WANTED — Girl to do housework and cooking for four adults. 2300 Van Nesa ave. GIRL to cook and do general housework; small family. Call forenoon. 1554 Post st. WANTED— Girl for general housework; plain cooking; wages $15. 121«Vi Golden Gate ave. WANTED — Girl for general housework; plain cooking. 1210'i Golden Gate ave. WANTED — First-class makers, also other mak- ers, at WELLS'. 1102 Market st. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions r-ceived at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmofe. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1090 Valencia st. -¦ HELP WA> _^j"^MAJ^B. ~~ PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 520— SACRAMENTO ST.— 520 ..MAIN 1191— TELEPHONE— MAIN 1101.. . . .SPECIAL— NEW WORK— BUTTE CO. . . Al JOB .'. SHIP TO-DAY 20 teamsters .' $2 25 a day 20 woodchoppers $2 a day SPECIAL— REDUCED RAILROAD FARE ON THIS JOB— WILL YOU GO? SPECIAL FREE FARE FREE FARE 25 laborers, section work SOUTH OREGON FREE FARE COAL MINERS— OREGON— FREE FARE SAWMILLS. WOODS, ETC Chain tender, north, free fare. $85 to $90 & fd Screw turner, $2 25 day and found; 2 dog- gers, same mill, south, $1 25 day and found; 15 laborers, pile lumber, etc., no oxpt?ri-?nee required. $2 day; 23 tlemakers, north, ship to-day, 9c to 18c tie MINES, TUNNELS. ETC Timberman, mine, north, $90; -2 laborers, name mine. $75; 3 single-hand miners, Napa County. $G7 50; 5 carmen, laborers, north, ?W:' 17 tunnelmen, S-hour shifts, $2 25 to $2 50 a day V. MISCKLLANI'X)US . .... ... 2 carpenters, city job, 8 hours, $3 60 a day: errand boy. city store. $5 a week • FARMS. DAIRIES. ETC 5 teamsters, near city. $2 25 a day; gardener, private place, S. C. .Co., see boss here, $25 and found; dairyman, easy job, Monterey Co., $30 and found . HOTEL DEPARTMENT ¦ Cook, city, $-10 and found; waiter, city hotel. $30 and found; dtshwasher. near city. $20 and found: porter, city hotel, $20 and board.. MEN. COME READ OUR BULLETIN- BOARDS , . . ANDRE'S Office. 317 Sto.-kt'.n st. — Broiler, 'hotel, $50; cook, hotel. n«_r city, .$12 " a week; pot washer .for institution 1 ,' country. $5 a week; young man to wait in college, revjn. try. $20; handy man for private place. $20; hoy around hotel, $15; kitchen boy,'$l5; as- sistant gardener, $20; gardener for jobbing, S30. ... -. ...:¦;.. >jf- r -,......;....., v KOl'CATIOXAI, — Continued. ADDRESS Ayer's Business College, 723 Market St.. for their new catalogue; it is free and the nicest In tha State. Life scholarship. »«>0. KNG1N KICKING — Civil, elec, min., mech.\sur- vey, assay, cyanide; day. eve.; eat. 1S04. Van Ocr Nalllen Scl.oU. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hal!.- I KENT Law School— Day and night. 6 Eddy st. ; seiiii for new catalogue. - VIOLIN, mandolin, guitar; Prof. Merkl; thor- ough, patient, experienced. SS2 Fulton st. ARITHMETIC bookkeeping, etc.; individual teaching." S<5 month. 574 McAllister at. MRS. GRUNDIES WEILER, Germ.. Fr., Sp.; hrs. 0-11 H.m..."-5 p.m. 1126 Eddy;Cottage big. Chlcaifo Business College. 1435 Market.nr. 10th. Plctman shorthand, typing, bookkpg. ; $8 mo. SCHOOL OK ILLUSTRATION Day and PARTINGTON'S. 424 Pine st... Night class. HEALD'S Business College. 24 Post et., S. F.; founded 1803; new 80-page catalogue, free. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. GEOUcfE~AOK 1^421 Post St.; tel. Bush 135. Japanese-Chinese employment office; fur- nishes l>est help; contracts for farm help, etc. OltPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese t Chl- i tteae help. 42t> Powell, nr.Sutter;tel.Matn 5752. Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office, 415 Stock- [ ton : tel. Grant IPS; expert, reliable h«lp. CHINESE and Japanese help, estab. 20 years. Tel. MalrvJiW. BRADLEY & CO.. W0 Clay. 1 RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of- j fice; Rll Unas he!p. ."15 Stockton: Main MSS. j EMPLOYBIEST AVAATEU-— -KKMAX-jG^ : FIRST-jCLASa German cook, city or country. ! Address MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter St. MIDDLE-AGED woman, good cook, under- stands how to cook meats in family style, wishes a plaoe, city or country, In private hotel, where she will be waited on; reference; wages $50: call from 3 to 12. 1236 Market st. RESPECTABLE Swedish woman wishes situa- tion: day's worlt; washing or cleaning. Ap- ply 127 Second st. SITUATION wanted by competent Danish girl to do general housework; best of references. Box 5(i2. Call office. WOMAN wishes place to do general housework; city or country; no postal; good references. 794 Folsom at. ELDERLY woman wishes situation In small American family: can cook and do house- work; oily or country. 1100 Powell st. POSITION by i-efltifd elderly woman; good plain cook an<l laundress; kind to children; city ref- erences: WMgcs $10 to $15. Box 47S>. Call office. [ WANTKU— l*y young woman, position as com- panion or housekeeper. Bo_ 3!H9. Call of- fice, Oakland. A COMPETENT girl wL-hes to do general housework in Oakland. Call at 403 Seventh «st.. OaklanO. GERMAN cook, young, strong, experienced, wants a situation as cook in a restaurant or lunch rcotn. App'.y at MISS PLUNK- ETT' S 42"> Gutter st., or telephone Main . r .t72. COMPETENT young woman wyh experience as hotel rva naming housekeeper, wishes po- sition: musical; city references. Box 4-S4-, Call offlee. SWEDISH cook wishes position, cooking and housework; small American family. 20 Vi Perry *t. A LADY wished sewing to do as a dressmaker's assistant. Address B. MAC. 242 Taylor gt. WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St., near Mar- ket— 2<» rooms; 25c to *1 50 per night; $1 50 to >G week; convenient and respectable; free 'bus anil baggage to and from ferry. WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call at Eaton's Bazaar, 033 McAllister st. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1000 Valencia st. EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE. STEADY sober young man wants to wash dishes. " Call MIPS PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter tt.. near Powell, or phone Main 5-172. A YOUNG max? who has had years of expertence would like to have a position with wholesale Baddlery house or harness factory. Box 4'J7, Ctell ofnce. PHYSICIAN, well qualified, experienced, wants professional engagement ae locum tenens, or to travel with one or more Invalids as private physician. "MEDICO," Box 495, Call office. YOUNG man, thoroughly competent bookkeeper, all around offife man. wishes employment: city or country. Box 409. Call office. A GERMAN wishes a situation as clerk in gro- cery store and barroom: flrst-class references. W. BOHLING, 417 Kearny st. FIREMAN (crude oil or coal) wants place; fac- tory or steamship: reference. Box 33, CalL , YOUNG man of good address and exceptional abilities, commanding three languages, would like a situation with a view to learning, tha retail dry goods business; character excel- lent Box 482. Call office. A STRONG, steady man would like a job as teamster or work ln stable; acquainted ln I city. Box 3&4. Call office. I HOTEL clerk from State of Maine desires po- sition, city or country; country preferred; references. Box- 433. Call office. ¦ CHINESE flrst-class family cook wants po?i- tion; city or country. LOW WONG. 536 i Folsom ft. ! CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 220O Fillmore. i A*. BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1000 Va- lencia ft. *» > *^ FINANCIAL. TO INVESTORS. 1 The Pacific Vacuum Ice Company, "owning the patent rights to the States of Nevada, Oregon. Washington,* California and Ari- zona fcr the vacuum process of manufactur- ing hygienic pure Ice and refrigeration, of- fers to the investing public for the next 30 clay3 30,000 shares preferred cumulative 6 p*r cent per annum guaranteed dividend (free of taxes) stock at $1 per share, wirtfa bonus of on«; share of common stock. The company has purchased block 12. size 200x408. corner Nineteenth and Harrison sts. Work on flrop- c-rty now progressing so as to be In actual ' operation by Jun**l 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 50c per ton and in one hour's time. For further particulars address FRANK W MARSTON. president. Pacific Vacuum Ice. Company, rooms 519-520. Parrott build- ing, San Francisco, Cal. 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., 320 Post. A— OUR 10 per cent preferred stock U secured by Interest bearing gold bonds and Is a choice investment. Gold Producers Trust Co.. 70S Market st.. rooms CO4-5. \ FLATS TO LET. HOUSES and flats to let; an immense list; service absolutely free; take advantage of this department; it will save you time and trouble. Cordes Furniture Co., 245-253 Geary St.. on the square. SUTTER. 172<> — Upper flat. 8 rooms, all light, warm and dry. reversible windows; new and elegantly finished; rent $55. ELEGANT bay-window flat. 6 rooms and bath. 735 Minna st., near Ninth. MISSION. 1215 — Flat; 7 sunny rooms and bath. UNFURNISHED modern upper flat; 7 r. and b. ; 3 front sunny bay-window rooms. 1408 Post- AN S-room flat for *35; central location. 610 Haight st. -'¦.¦••-¦¦- Kl'RMTl'H 15 FOR SALE. BARGAIN— 12 furnished rooms; cheap rent; lady must sell. Ill Geary st. FURNITURE'* WANTED. A. WOLPERT, 773 Mission, phone Red 2937, buys, rents, repairs, packs, furniture, carpets. Laurence Vincent, 1837 Lai kin St.; tel. Hyde 3001 — Furnished houses & furniture bought. A. IF. MAYER, highest caEh prices carpets, furniture, etc. 1135 Market et.; tel. Jcesie 70i. BIG price paid for furniture for CO days, special season. S. J. WAUGH. r. 415, Examiner bid. HELP WANTED FEMALE. A^cT^RTTL^N^KT^&^oTrTTp^Dn^^ HOTEL DEPARTMENT Crew of waitresses, south, fare paid $25 5 waitresses, summer resorts, free fare.... $25 50 waitresses, city, country, R. R, hotels... . '• $20-$30 Chambermaids to wait, country .:f20-$30 Chambermaids, city and country J20 Shaker out, hotel laundry $^>o 2 fancy lroners. summer resort $.".5 Laundress, scuth, free fare , <p£i FAMILY DEPARTMENT German* cook, small American family, $30; cooks, houseglrls, second girls, nurse girls- best of wageH paid: city and country. C. R. HANSEN & CO. 429 Bush st. NEAT rrirl for cooking and housework; 2 In family. Cali O to "A, 2131 Larkln «t. GIRL wanted to work In cigar stand;. no ex- perience needed. 630 Pacific, cor. Kearny. LOST A\D FOPyp— •Cwntlnii^it- ward. ___— — LOST, last Thursday-Lady' s J^"-' R ?^'l ¦ilk umbrella; monogram ii. r. • • tyna-J returnTc TL A. CONKLIN, _0 Calirorn.a st.; reward. ?_£ . LOST— Package of photos and w<ler_ book on F!llmore-it. car. Return same to 4.j vaii-.«- cla st. ; reward. LOST-In G. G. Park, 'hiidren^ Grounds. brown fur bca; liberal reward. t» W-lier «u LOST— At Emporium,' purse by poor woman: $10 reward. Ofnce of Emporium. ' 31 ATTU ESSES A X D P1U.OWV TO~Tru7r:~al«r~^Iean and sCerilUed: uphol- st.Tv; honest work guaranteed. ""* •"„" BROS! . 411-41.1 Powell st. Phone Bush i-.. alEDHAL. MRS. DR. WYKTH. specialist for all I 'f ma . l « complaints: instant relief guaranteed; -U years' experience ; refined home b-fore *<-¦* during confinement. 728 Post st.. nr. Jone- MRS DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all f»- ma'le troubles and irresularities: instant reilef guaranteed. 10»S',j Mkt. st.. opp. «<t.i. DR g W O'DONNELL — All who are sick i.r in trouble consult this specialist on femal* complaints; positively corrected; the unior- tunate helped: the most difficult cases treat- ed; advice free. Office. 1018 Market st. MRS. D. ALLEN. 1113 Market— Reliable ladles' specialist: a private h«me befora and during confinement: best medical care; low fees. ADVICE free — Drs. Goodwin, ladles' spcclali»t»: instant relief guaranteed: low fees; matsrnity home: babies adopted free. 9CB Market st. DR. and MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERBS, original method of treatment. 1126 Market sr. DR. ROSEN resides at 1349 Alabama St.. near 26th; ladies, relief or no fee. $10; avoid delay. DR. NG TOY KEE, 210 Stockton St.. opposite Union Square; all diseases cured by herbs. ... MlSCELLwAXEOUS- — FOR SALJB.^ BOILERS engines 2d-hand machinery. McUf- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st. DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? ' Repair it with Elaterite; ln rolls easy to lay: r.eeds no painting or coatlna;; good over ol«t iron, tin or shingleu; best for new roofs. ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market at. SECOND-HAND machinery, boilers, engine*, pumps, water pipe, bought, sold, rented and exchangfHl. See Sunday's papers. H.3.WHITK MACHINERY COMPANY. 130-132 Beal» at. A — FINE suits. $7 50f dress pants. $2 SO. Original Misfit Clothing Parlors, 2G8 Kearjy St.. near -Bush; open to 9 p. m. A— $3 50 DERBY and fedora hats, $1 75. Pop- • ular Price Hatters. 330 Kearny St., near Pine; ope'n to 9 p.' m. . A— BUYS, sells or rents gear 'machinery. «a- ' gines, bo«ters. water pipes, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 25S-255 Spear at. CHICKS,, 10c ud;; black Minorcas, black Ply- mouth, buff and white Leghorns: eggs for hatching. . R405 Telegraph ave.. Oakland. CANARY birds for sale; male, $2 50; female. 75c; choice stock. 20 Howard court, second flat, off Howard' st.. near. 4th, FOR SALE— National cash ragistar, good as new. cheap. 627 McAllister st.. S. F. BARGAIN— Good bicycle, suit and toc!s; also ¦ some good' oak furniture.- 612*4 Leavenworth. WHITE stvam auto — First class condition, for sale. Box 481. Call office. $15 — YOUNG talking parrots and white cocka- ¦ too. Apply IIS Sixth at., room 2S. ' NATIONAL cash register, detail adder; good as new. 801 Turk st. Custom tailor-made suits: sold $1 weekly pay- ments. Misfit Clothing ParJors, 25 Stockton st. Diamonds, .watches & * Jewetry . solJ; $1 weelc payments. Portland Loan Offlce.25 Stockton at. MANILA ropes of all kinds for sale; cheap. 620 Clay st. • •' ; ONE second-hand 2e-inch centrifugal pump. KROGH M.'N'F'G CO.. 51» Market st. GASOLINF-:englne«.'aufcmoblIe3 and launched; . all size?. J. E.- DOAK. 46 Fremont at. • . BOILERS, engines. pumps. pipe. belting. shafting, pulley, etc. SUGARMAN BROS., ,*U!> Howard. SAFES — Ne'w nml second-hand. • THE HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 417-42:; Sacramento »t. ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters- all make*.. ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Montg" y. Edison phonographs,' records, supplies, moving picture machines, films. Bacigalupt. 933 Mkt. MAGIC lanterns, new and 2>i-hand moving pic- tures. BULLAItD & BRECK. 131 Post st'. CHEAPEST and best in. America — The Weekly Call. 1C pag»s. sent to any address in tha United States or Canada one year for $1. MjljCELL^AEOr^ AVAyTS. $5000 WORTH cast-off Sothinc wanted: highest price paid. ."22 Grant? ave. ; tel. 'Red 4 132. PHOTO and magic lantern goods, second-hand. lot> Montgomery »t. f TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. , 154 9th st.; tel. Jeaai* 2S31. - MOXBY TO -,OA>.~ A A— MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY (in=.)~ 107-10S Crocker Building $5.0tM),lH«) CAPITAL ..DEAL DIRECT AND AVOID EXPENSE.. Loans at 5' 3 and e 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- 692K ' A— R. "McCOLOAN. 24 Montgomery st.. room, *. Loans any amount at lowest rates. • • • Deal direct with lender, t •.' • . On first mortgages. i •/' •'•• On second mortgages'. . •.»»' on third mortgages. On undivided interests in real tstic«» On estates in probate. ' ' i, . On legacies. • • * ., NO DELAY. A • Telephone Main 551«. P.. McCOLOAN. 21 Montgomery rt:. room «. AAA— HERMAN MURPHY, . eoi-602-603 Examiner bulldtar. • : Quick settlements; no disappointment. Save expenses by dealing directly. Estate3, second mortgages, undivided latar- ests.* assignments of rents, property tn trust* etc.; legacies, life estates and undivided In- terests in property purchased. • • Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential. When You Need Money See HERMAN MURPHY. AAA — Liberal advances at lowest rates oa your note, securod by household furniture, pianos or any "good security without removal; quick and confidential; also loan on real estate; full c<"»t of Improvements to builders; If In diffi- culties consult Ua. 175 Parrott (Emporium) building; phone South 4S8. MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 10G Grant av«. •Phone Red 1603. \ LOANS FROM $1 to $10,000. ANY proposition, any amount. 6 per cenv,lst,2d mortgages: estatrs in probates, interests ia estates, legacleslundivided interests, property in trust, life estates, lif? policies, etc. HAL-. LORAN & BATES. 30 Chronicle building. PEOPLE desiring loans on salaries or any se- curity whatever benefited. Emporium Loan Co.. room 214. 5th floor, Parrott building- most secluded in city; no publicity. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds Jewelry at lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store ' S»'» Market st. ; teL Main 16U. Branch. 19 Third. A PRIVATE party loans any amount on furn~ ture. piancs; lowest rates; without -moval- no publicity; no commissions: deal dhect and avoid .brokerage. 11 City Hall Square'. 'MONEY loaned to salaried people retail mer- chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without security; easy payments: largest business In 4t. principal cities. Tolman, 553 Parrott bids. ONE per cent on furniture cr piancs: no re- moval; no commission: $25 up- uiilck ouie- confidential. ?. S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY-Lcan*' to <-t»M t-i? v Tnr«i t-i- r-rw P«>pl« on their note. THE TOlfcLEI CO 1t: Phelan bltts. MONEY to loan on low interest; gold, silver diamonds pearls and precious stones bought at W. J. HESTHALL'S. 10 Sl.xth st. PRIVATE party: no purity; any amount- n>» commission: low rate. Conserva- tory bldg.. Ml EdOy st. : phone South 470. ° 'sun-IT" ° ent ° n f , urnit " re : » * month en ca--r» $1000; any security. 302 Montgomery, rm. in. STAR Loan Co. of Wyoniln~~loans money *„ salaried employes. *;. 311. Mutual Sav.t!k:bid. ON furniture, pianos; private party; no r-mo\ al: no publicity. E. W. Lick. UB McA^iTteV $10 TO $100 en salary: private ar.d confidential" Western Loan Co.. 405 Mcntgomery st. rm 4 .ALL loans on diamonds and jewelrv 2 pe- ce-r 1 mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. S3S L^ 37. ON furniture A P i anO3 . S15 up; no rernovIP phone Black 17C1>; room 81. 6 Eddy, floor | ' CASH loaned salaried people rn notes Trlthojt Inuorser. MORRELL. *m>_Ex«nilnw w",? CH - EAP E? T * nd best ln America— The Weekly f^Jl,*?** 9 - " ent to an y «"«dress !¦ Uw Vnlted States or Canada one year for W. • HELP WASTED MALE Con. C. R. HAXSEN & CO.'S ' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 429 Bush St 842 Clay St. Phono, Grant 185 FOR NEW RAILROAD WORK Free Fare Free Fare * We Ship To-day FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Mendoclno County Tunnelmen $2 B0 Teamsters 1 $2 Laborers $2 FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Division Santa Susana San Fernando CHATSWORTH PARK Coast Road. Machine men $•'*• Tunnelmen. drillers, muckers f2-$3 Teamsters and laborers $2 ..NEW R. R. WORK IN CALIFORNIA.. Five Different Places Tunnelmen ...?.... $2 50 Laborers $2-$2 25 Teamsters, 2 and i !iorse3 $2-$2 25 ...EXTRA GANG. COMPANY'S WORK... Laborers. $1 70; board. ?18 month FOR OGDEN. UTAH ON GREAT SALT LAKE Bridge carpenters $3 50 Piledrlvers, Swedes ...?2 25-$2 60 FOR NEVADA Tunnelmen, laborers ?2-$'J FOR COMPANY'S OWN WORK Laborers $1 75-?2 Board $ t 50 week ;.... SHIP TO-DAY Free Fare Free Fare Coachman, private place, $35. see party here: 10 teamsters, near city. $2 25; 6 milkers for California and Oregon. $0C-?S5; 20 farmers and choremen. $25-$30; vegetable gardener, country hotel. $30.- HOTEL DEPARTMENT ! Kitchen steward, country hotel. $50-$ti0; bar- ! ber, country hotel; 515 week; vegetable man, ! country hotel. $25 and faro paid: dishwash- ers kitchen hands and others '. . 1 C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush st. ! Branch Of flee 642 Clay st. ; n__z : — j ENGINEER for mine. $2 50 day; milkers for MenJocino and San Benito counties, $30 and fourd ; 2 married milkers. $-10. house, garden, milk and chickens free; 2 farmers and wives. $40 and $45 and found; oM man for compan- ion; farmers for vineyard. $25 and found: blacksmith helpers. $1 50 dav and board and $2 day: 2 coachmen. $35 and S40 and found: chore boys. $15 and 520 and found; miners, timbermen. laborers and others. J. F. '! CROSETT & CO.. C2S Sacramento st. BAKER for restaurant. $t>0; recond cook, $50; hotel cook, country. $50; hotel cook and wife. $60 to S70; restaurant baker and assist j et range, $15 week; night cook. $35: waiter*. I $25 and $30; elevator boy. S25: restaurant ! porter. $30. and others. J. F. CROSETT & j , CO., C2S Sacramento st. ; ¦ 1 ¦ A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 26 Montgomery, r. 12. Porter, country. $<•>; pot washer, country, $¦".0. > WANTED — A capable man to take charge of j ranch (fruit, dairy and flr.e stock); must ¦ have unquestionable references as to ability 1 and character. Apply, stating experience anil i salary expected box oCO Call offlee ¦ : — 1 : AVANTED^ — Boy to learn retail grocery busi- j ness; must be cleanly active, bright obe- dient; hour?. 7 to «. Apply GOLDBERG. BOWEN & CO.. 4:".2 Pine gt.. after !? o'clock. ! YOUNG man. 16 to 18 yoars of age. as wrap- 1 per; must havo hail experience; references. I Apply at S, N. WOOD & CO.'S, 71S Market, j TAILORS — Bushelman wanted. Apply ready j for work. S. N WOOD & CO. ¦ : ¦ 1 CASH boys wanted; hours from 9 to 6. Ap- I ply at 3." N. .WOOD & CO.'S. 71S Market st. | WANTED — Experienced domestic salesman, j Apply between 0 and 11 a m at HALE BROS.'. ' ' MAN to represent flrst-class tailoring house: city and "country; references required. Box ' 4S!>. Call office. • WANTED— Boys to deliver telegrams; wages ] from $30 to $35 per month. Apply at UOO ! Montgomery st. BOY 1(5 to IS years as apprentice In large as- say" office; small salary, but good chance to learn business. Apply box 494. Call office. WANTED — Bookkeeper and correspondent: ex-' perienced men only need apply; bond re- quired; state salary expected. Box 500, Call. STUDENT to run electric elevator and general assistant evenings, Saturday and Sunday Oraystone Hotel. GOOD barber for 10c shop; call after 0am 623 Clay st. WANTED — Earber; steady; must be first-cla«"s 2120 Shattuck ave.. Berkeley. BARBER wanted; steady. 707 Mission st. CUSTOM shirt cutter. Call or Rddress Amer- ican Shirt Factory. 1U0S Market st. FIRST-CLASS bushelman wanted] mTp.TIN BROS.. 17 Stockton st. CASSIMERE pants cutter. HEYNEMANN & CO.. Tenth and Howard sts. WANTED — A young man to work in grocery store. 435 Third st. _____ . __ , BUTCHER wanted. v Apply 143S Haight st. WANTED — 5 carriage woodworkers; union men preferred; wages $3 per day of 9 hours- 5 brush hands for carriage paint shop; wages $2 per day of 9 hours. Apply to A. MEIS- TER & SONS CO.. Sacramento, Cal. WANTED — Stenographer? to Join the "Isaac' Pitman Shorthand Writers' Association^" ; Meetings first Friday each month in rooms of 1 President J. Wlllard Smith, 345 Haight st at 8 p. m. Sec. W. R. Whyte, 214 Pine st. WANTED — Young man of good address, 17 to ! 20 years of age. to learn cloak and suit ousl- ncss. Apply at HALE BROS.', 079-987 Mar- ket St., between 9 and 11 a. in. ENERGETIC man of strictest Integrity and good address for managerial position. ' Ad- dress stating experience and salary expected box 493, Call office. V * WANTED — A flrst-clags salesman and window dresser, for a merchant tailor; good wage» Address REISS BROS. A: CO., 24 Sutter si. COATMAKER, pantsmaker and bushelman for country. Apply REISS BROS. &. CO 21 Suiter st. WANTED — Experienced drapery salesman; state experience and salary expected. Apply box 477, Call office. BRIGHT boy wanted for errands and store work. Apply SlOyMlssion st. BARBER, first class, wants position; city ar country. Write or call at 319 Broadway. BARBER wants a good Job. Box 4S7. Call. YOUNG men wanted for whaling cruise at CANE'S. 78 Jackson st. WANTED — Man for jobbing nursery work and gardening. Call 500 Haight st.- SAILORS and green hands for steam whaler«, fishing ana trading. LANE'S, 501 Davis be. WANTED — Young men to learn harber'Yrade. S. F. Barber College, 741A Howard et. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and Australia. HERMAN'S, 20 Steuart at. LODGIXG-HOUSES FOR SALIC. HT^TlJECKERr H. C. DECKER. :trw, Market st-. corner l-nils. I'lione John B31. I'hone John 531. lfcadqnm-ters f<T l^rnlging-houses. «'all. 1 have all the Iwrpatns that are for pale anil can t-aU. you for oayh or payment?. 1H in kjM? on Keatny ct.; now. $2'X»» 2'l r.n»ni.«: U->-\ on Market 24 W 4T> r->jin*: clears $.">«•; payments 4<KH) Bargains of all kinds at DECKER'S. UO0 Market St. 10- ROOM flat on Post St.; must pell; ?1CO cash, balance paymente; price $500. DECKER, WW Market ft. IS ROOMS; must sell. See DECKER about it; office !Hn; Market st. M. EL RIVES & CO. Square Dealing. Quick t-'»t—^. Small Profits. We have big list of lodging-houses, hotels J ar<l flats: have thrve competent salesmen; list new bouses every day; will loan you 'j of the purchase money at l\t l>er cent; will guarantee title and secure lease. Vou are cordially invited to call. Office 1023 Market. 43 ROOMS; rent J10: sunny; ." years' lease.$12no 20 rooms ; rent ?2.">; water front •"'^' 10 rooms; on G»>Hry t-t : low rent 430 42 rooms-: rent only $100: transient 3000 100 rooms; corner: man house; rent $1<m. 4l«Oii G<» r<»mt=: corner; stnith of Market S200 W rooms; corner: north of Markot .'«><io Money loanp'l at 1 j«*r rent. .' Hotels, r<>a<lhcuses. flats. ."> to H«l room?. KITEL _ CARROLL. 212 Kearny at. A^T AK K TI II S ' -r \Ta7-~AV. WITH YOU TO MARION GRIFFIN. Room *i»\ EXAMINER KMg.. 4th Floor. .'!0 rooms; N. of Market; yew nn<l elesant. 52 rooms: $1Mjv: 'j oa.«h nn.l f'2T, monthly. 19 rooms: nr. Sutter; J13-O; rout ?7o; >i cash. 42 room's: $2SOO: grand apartment house; lease. MITCHELL & CO Phone Jessie 2DS1 120G Market St.. opposite Sixth. We will sell you any house for part cash, bal- ance monthly payments. Wo have a large list to scW-t from. Please call and see some of our bargains. Carriage JOHNSTON. PETERSON & CO., 1 1 <>t Market. Succe«fcors to Rets-toff; phone Jessie 4471. We personally investigate every proposition offered. Also personally conduct buyers and s<-prch reoortlx. Call and get list of bargains. 10- ROOM house; <lear» nver $;}«; price ?750; no agents. Box M5. <'all office. SPIRITUALISM. ATTEND Mrs. Uarland's circle to-night; sealed letters a:i?.. !•>•; readings dally. U8 Sixth. ETHEL CRINDLK. materializing seance Fri- day eve.. r>Oc. ."_* Ellis st.. * o'clock sliarp. C. V. Ml LITER'S special matrriallzing seance to-night. * o'clock. *1. l«i"il Bush st. MRS. KLLIP. medium. 2^.1 Valencia.: eittirsgs 12 to 7 ;-.. n-..: $1 ; circles Tuesdays. 2. 2oc. ~~ CLAIIIVOYAATS. ; A. C STTRSD SWESS. read Carefully. An Honest Proposition. - (You to l?e Full Judge.) 1 NO CHARGE NO CHARGE ; Unless you obtain the information for which you consult him. PROFESSOR PAUL DKST1NK. i The First Rfgif.ered Trance Clairvoyant and Palmist Ev*T in San Francisco. I do hereby solemnlv agree and guarantee to ' make you no" < harge if I fail to tell your name. ! occupation ar.d what you called for: 1 promiso ' to t«ll you whether your husband, wife or ! sweetheart ia tru* or fals"; tell who and when i you will marry; in fact. 1 will tell every hope, : fear or ambition better than you can tell your- i Keif. His powers arc wonOcrful and indi- putable: he reunite? the separated, restores 1 lost Directions, causes happy and speedy mar- ' riag«5, makes vou successful In your business. ! sives good luck. locates hidden treasures ami ; mines b- ¦ new method: long-standing and ! chronic disease that has baffled the physicians' i skill cured without the use of medicine; A ' SECRET you should know, the power to con- : trol the " controlling jiowe.r implanted in ! your nature so you can change the thoughts, i intentions, actions or habits of any one se- ! cretly: no matter what trouble vou may have, ; he will help you or charge nothing for his eerv- ! Ices. "M^diumr -J>eveloiied." His regular $3 reading for $1 this week. :;26— O' FA R ItELL— 326. ! MME. M. BERNARD. THE FAMOUS i Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently j ! located at 17 Third St.. next Examiner bldg. ; 1 she reads your life correctly, gives an accurate I description 01 the past, reveals tbe present i happenings and portniys events to occur In the ; future; if ;ou »re in trouble, discontented or i not fcatisfled in life, cr have domestic, love or 1 business troubles, consult this great medium ; and ;ou v.-il! be told how to overcome thsm; [ valuable idvlce In all affairs of life: 23c up; I satisfaction guaranteed. Tel. Black 4563. • I JSMAR. the Egyptian gypsy, clairvoyant and palmist, permanently located at 1104 Market et.. cor. Turk; rrivate readings daily. 10 a. m. '. to C p.m.; reatfings by mail as satisfactory as in persor. ; 3 questions answered $1; full life. $8; 6end lock of hair, date and year of birth; don't send currency. Send postofflce, Wells- Fargo money order or registered letter. MISS M. WILLE. 330 Ellis Et.. clairvoyant, crystal E»er, reads your lite correctly without questions; names given ;50c,$l;tel. Sutter 18CC. j MME. RAVENNA gives free test for one week only; names given. 5 Fourth st. OLDEST lady palmist and card reader ln city. 26^i Kearny. room 20; ladies 25c. gents 60c. CLAIRVOYANT, card and planed reader; only 10c: hours. 1 to S. 262 Minna Et., near 4th. ' MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; sit- tings daily. 44SVJ Jessie "St.. oet. 5th and Clh. j MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladl.-s , 2.->c: gents SO?: readings daily. 133 Sixth *t. ! ¦¦ i CAKPET BEATING A.N'D CLEAM.\G. j WHEN you become disgusted with your work' tsend for SPAULDINGS Pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works, T«?hama St.; tel. SDUth 40. TRY HOPKE BROS.' e.^cellent carpet clean- ing. Phone Hush 421. 411-41:} Powell st. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning >'o.. 4>r2 Sutter St.; tel. Main :W4. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Props. RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works: prices reasonable. 170^ Harrison sL ;tel. Mission 2G.J. CON KLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works;, 33o Golden Gate ave.; telephone East 126. J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-cleaning and Reno- vating Co.. 240 14th St.; tel. Mission 74. COLLECTION OFFICES. ADVICE free; bad tenants ejected speedily. COLUMBIAN LAW & COLLECTION AG'Ci'. room fc5, 91S Market Rt.; phone Red CIS. BAD tenants ejected for $4: collections made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10; tel. 55S0. COTTACICS TO LET. I A COZV. sunny furnishid corner cottage of 5 rooms to tft. 0751 Twenty -third St.. corner of Chattanooga; piano. DENTISTS^ AN Ideal gold filling, ?1; silver fillings, 50c; gold crowns $3; warranted 20 years. IDEAL DENTAL PARLORP. St. Ann's building, ti Eddy st.: open evenings and Sundays; pain- legs dentistry a specialty. A NEW plate— tlio Whalebone — Cannot break: warranted 20 yr*. : crown, ?3 GO: fillings, 50c; plates. $5: full set: oil work painless and war- ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 21 Sixth »t. REMOVAL. DR. C W. RICHARDS, dentist, has re- moved from 47 Post st. to Mutual Bank bull*. Ing, room 614, corner Geary and Kearny sts. GOLD fillings 75c. sllvrr "5c, crowns $2; no pain; open Sunday. Dr.O. B.Hewitt. 204 Sutter. I PARIS Dental Parlors. 2G5 Kearny. cor. Bush — S«-t teeth $1 '»0 up: crowns S2 up: fillings 25c. SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G. YOUNG. 1S41 Polk st. DRESSMAKERS AND SEAS1STRESSES M«- r KJ WELL'S millinery and pattern opening. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, April 2-4, 1019 Market st.. above 6th. EDUCATIONAL. HEAXD'S^SCHOCtL NEER1NG — Theory, demonstration, construc- tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly practical; day. night, 24 Post; catalogue free. THK Berlitz School of Languages, Starr ICIng bldg., 121 Geary st. — Competent native teach- ers; 200 branches wllh 75,000 pupils in Amer- ica and Europe; best, quickest method ever tlevised; private and class instruction; pros- pectus an<i trial letsons free; commercial classes in French and .Spanish. $.'! per month. IIKALD'K SCHOOL OF MINES. 'ufpost St.. S. V. — Thorough courses; <-omplete equipment; all subjects pertaining to mining und mining engineering; day and night; catalogue free. A — THK Lyceum, an accredited preparatory school for the university, law and medical <-oll<»KeF; ref., Pres. Jordan or any Stanford professor; day, eve. sessions. 1'helan bldg. A— F.LLIS bookkeeping and Gregg shorthand can't be beat; we have a larger school than ever and more graduates get iKJsitions. S. F. Business College, 123« Market St. GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE, conducted by experts; best combined chort- hand and commercial course to be had; In- dorsed by official <:ourt reporters. . I.'t82 aikt. CALIFORNIA Busine/s College. 80S Larkln st. "A thorough school"; positions secured for graduates; • modern methods; individual In- struction. Write for illustrated catalogue. '. ADDRESS 1FA AC PITMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE. ."543 H_ight et..- 6. F.. Cal. To your interest. SAN KIIAXCISCO CALL. BU-1XESS OFFICE of the San Francisco CsU. xii-ner Market and ThirJ streets; open fcnti! 12 o'clock every nfglu In the year. mtA2CCH <>l"FICE.S— ?27 Mor.tjoirery street, ('.:¦: »r ¦ tay; oj>en r.r,'A\ ft: SO p» m. PO Hayes s«r~u; ojv-n ur.tM ?»:30 i\ m. « ;» UcAHUUT Ktreet; open until J>:30 rs m. 05 UrUn ureet; oivmi until 0:30 p, nt. Z'M\ Mi— «ion pir»*t; open until 10 p. m. SCI Market street, corner Sixteenth; open unt:J 9 i>. tn. l«i Eleventh »treet; open until 9 p. m. '<K*\ Valencia eTrer-t; open until 9 p. m. Northwest <"orTi»r of Twenty-second and Ken- tucky »-«reet«; cr>en until fl p. rn. 22<«> Wllmoif rtreet : open until 9 p. rn. MEETING .\OTICES. CALIFORNIA Commandery No. 1. K. ¦+¦. j T.-keg-ular meetin* THIS (FRIDAY) "tiBf EVENING. Ord'-r of The Temple. All £3 fralerfc oout-leous-ly in\ Iteti. VB ! G. H. UMBSEN. Commander. w T. L. HINDERS ON, Recorder. PACXTIC LotJge No. 336. F. and A. M.. m Masonic Temple -- Statf-J mating THIS EVENING. 7 :."K» o'clock. &/ CBOROK PK.NLINGTON. Sec. *^* APOLLO I*yjge No. 123, 1. < «. O. •*afTi| r. '".:-' 'Is 1 ' degree THIS • PKIDAY) N'IGHT. Memorial Halt. 8 o'clock. Visitor* cordially ?">«««*• invjted. H. 15. PACKSCHEZt. N. O. X. V. JCORC8O8S. Rec. f-ec^ PRKSEDrO F>ods» No. ."34, I. O. O. "itf"'!?*! Initia ¦ n "His iFTUDAT) _^_J3R5p ' J.' C.' PETEB-2-Nr. ST. G. '^it^ W. H. tjHARPE. Sec. .-AN FRANCISCO Tent No. ygS^SfclrK It, K " T. M.— Review £3zL^~**<&L ¦};:5 FRIDAY 1 EVEN- O?J •&: VKS ing st 8 o'clock. Picneer \(V\ f\Vlu| Mall. 24 Fourth *t. W&4'J^JWW 1>. E RICHARDS, \5&£E^ BEXrCXJUB meeting cf <he CsJe- v %f *. .Ionian Clnh TH1F EVENING at 3, UuJ t. oclork, :¦" ¦ itlsb J ] sli. i IT Lar- A M. MACPHEBSON. Chief. JAS. n. DUNCAN. Secretary. j "HV. ».-.'.«¦ meeting of lot owners in Ijaurel , Hill Cmm»r>- fcr the «0e<-tlon of trustees and : •tter l«u-ine« will be h»14 at ;»!£ Oau«- S;-re. ke!« b'jildinjs. .^an Francisco, on TUE£- j I'.W April 7 litn, »t 2 o'clock p. m. CHAS. H. CROW ELL, Se<-r?tary- *._.-. Fi-noisco. i"al.. Ai>ril 1. 1903. j ANNUAL niteUnz or stockholders— Office cf the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. San Francisco, CaL — Tbe snnual meeting of the i •>teckho!<2ers of the Southern Pacific Ra ilruad I » .'ompaay, for the election of directors for the | ensuing "year and'for the trar.s?cllon of such j other businer^s as? may be brought before t!»e j incettng. ¦niil be held at the office of the company 4 Montgomery St.. San Frsneiisco, I Csi.. en TUESDAT. the nth day of April. • VKG, at 12 o' 1 lock noon. J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary. A v\'-:i:K'H n»!tf for ;. cents— The Weekly Call. I Iti pae»s. in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year : AGEXTS WAATED. MAKE raonev distributing advertising; send ! jf}<c for our book: tell? how. PACIFIC BOOK j CO.. Dept. X. 120 Sutter bt.. S. F. , AN experienced brig!;t man cr woman soliolior; j good pay. K Columbian bldg.. city. ! ASTROLOGY. Ai?T RCLOGY tauglit ; horoscopes cast. PROF. PAYMON'IJ. book etore. 649 Ellig. or by mail. ; ATTOK>EVS AT LAW, };>»UT v*. KING, atty.-at-law. Examiner bldg., j •rm. 6lt: all c«*es; damages, estates, willp. I ijttachments. collections, etc.; consultation j ¦fr**; no advance charges; c«.ll or write; e\cn- ' ingr by appointment. Tel. Red .Wl. J,Xj\'l>'.E tree— J •rfU advance Costs in meritori- ! out case*, divorces, probate a:.d all other law ' «-*ses; no f«*»« In advance; open every even- 1 :r.g. 3. M. THUnjvTON. 819 Market St.. rm.31 i ItOIXIK FITCH, e'tcrney-at-law. room* ; 306 •'*<« Mutual Savings Hank building, 70s j M*rk«t rt-. r.pp.->*!t» «'a!l bull-ding, *. V. ; ! cj^n evesSnss; telephone Bush 715. ADVICE fr^e; 4i»orres a fpocialty ;<jufck.quict ; I ro charge without auni'»iss. established Iti yrp. i ti. I*'. HOWF.. :i22 Market Et.. opp. Hales. ! AITKFN ft AITKEN. attorn* ys; r. .M9-10-U ! « Tuple b!dg.. 5>fj California s=t.; tel. Main 727. | ADVICE free; no charge urless successful; all j case?; t-i-en *\g?. W.W. Davidson. &27 Market. ! L. 6. t LAUK, F.mma Spreckele Mdg.. 927 Mar j ket et.; consultation free; bo fees in advance. ; ~»— — ™— — — ——*-—-——————¦ ———¦—- ——————————— » — » 1 MICVCLKS— For Sale or Exchange. • <:IIRISTMA-S present*; f*0 Monarch racers re- I duced 10 $25; agwit for Columbia and Eu- ! T-ka bicycle* ; Juvenile wheels. ALLEN, 001 l^arkiii ft., corner McAllister. I nOABDI.\G FOR CHILDREN'. UME. A. GABRIEL — French boarding for I children. 25 Arlington et , corner French; I T.**r F_ lrxnount School; Mission read. BLSIMiSS CHAMJES? ADMINISTRATORS' SAL-T" -state cf JOHN SCHUMACHER, Deceased. * Tie Administrators o! this estate offer for! tale tfce following desirable property: i 6AN FRANCISCO. I f jrk «.treet. north sid". between Mason anil : Taylor streets; lot 34 feet 4Vi inches by j :.;;'•» feet; improvements consisting of 4-Elor> ! • r.a basement, building known as "Park Ho- j rel." containing 82 bedrooms, parlor, office, d!s!ng-rcom a.n.4 kitchen.' ] OAKLAND. ' " . *. The eiegar.*. reEiflfcce situate No. 1117. on the '¦•est. ride of Myrtle street, between 12th and I :«i.h •?reets, containing S rooms ani batli at- :;c enu basement; lot 60x123; rtable ia rear. Alto the following Personal Property. ' *W chares ©f the capital stock of the Union ' bugar Cumptcy. iO chares of the capital >tock or the Central Bank of OakUrd, Cal. 6 snares of the capital stock of. the Germ_n ravings arid Loan Society of Ean Francisco, Cal. I 300 scares of the capital stock of the Al_- mefla Sugar Company. 8 first mortgage gold bonds of the "Jnion Kugr.r Company. Oners for any part or all of the above dc- fccrlbed property will be received by EDV*"IN MCESE, Secretary of the Estate of I JOHN SCHUMACHER. Deceased. 1 008 Washington street, Oakland. Cal. STOTK ranrhes for sale by old men who are weary and wart to quit; vast tracts In Cali- fnrnta. Nevada. Oregon and Mexico of great prosper ti»e va.lue«; also opportunities for the >nidll in^estc¦r: bo<jklet Bent free upon ap •plication. Ad(5nef? CHAllUX YT. COB & CO.. San Fernanao at., corner of Priest •«n Jov\ Cal. FINE dental i.arlors; ccctrallr located. Cal! and make offer. SCHWEINHARD !>17 JIarket tt., bet. 5th and 6th. __rhone Mint 1911. A -$125; STEADY, reliable man wanted to t*ke retiring partner's interest in a tusi- nets establ!t>h<rd 15 jears thet will pay hiin *7'i to ?80 per month; experience not re- ' u i___ 1O3<5 Mwk '' 1 et > room 10. WANTED— P_Kner as offir* assistant in fTne raying office business: $70 monthly; $100 cash required. 1007^ Market Ft., room 1. FIRST-CLASS home bakery and delicacy; fjQ trade a <S&y: 5 rooms; large, light basement to build oven; lease. 227 Ninth st. JOSEPH STRAUB. _ CO Market St.. opposite Palace Hotel. PARTNER In restaurant- 7 tables; good busl- neyf; cofA or waiter; $I2.V »ox 5Oi, Call. FOR sale— Manufacturing business; established 20 :esrs; will stand Investigation ; no previ- ous experience required. Address box 40 L Call office. - MILLINERY business; flrst-class retail busl- r.»».s; paid over $15,000 clear of all expense, th- uaet 1 ear; e»tiibll6he<l 30 years- reoulres - 0 - 000 t0 t25.O<A» capital. . Box 453, Call. I."' tTF.L furniture and bar: fixtures for eale in Nevada County; good mining- rjmp. For further partt— Jlarg call at 1157 Howard at. FURNITURE moving, trancfer and express with uffl'-e and storage house- established 14 5.3"~m»: reMriac; investl«;ate.-"T2S3 Valencia et. FOR eale — Good paying paper route; owner IttA'Inr ojty. Apply Poehiman, ;»* Montg. *t. HAIXjOK and cUrar stand for sale- price J"*000 ZXA Mission Ft.: rent $20. *-vw. fcX»— HALF lnterett first-class restaurant * ys rtner good c-ook. <3S Hayes et. 3'OR SALE^ — Country peddling route: etout xvagon, team. Zft Twelfth et. 1'OR rale — Hay. cratn and hauling business. 026 Seventh «t. • WA NTED — Old-fas hloncd ellvenrare. Jewelry. t^intiiigs. la«*e 8 . etc. !V>x 138. <"all office. I'^'R sale — M-nila House. 2i:i»4 Minna st. ; 11 roome; brick; well fur.; rent"$.'K»: must sell. FOR sale — Country peddling route; general merchandise; etout rvagon. team. C8 Twelfth. Cf.A£SlFIED advertisements and EtibFfrlptiona m*lve<l at Call branch office, 2200 Fllimore st. A— MURRAY & READY. 63t and 636 Clay St. PHONE MAIN 5849. LEADING EMPLOYMENT & LABOR AGTS WE SHIP YOU CROWDS GOING FREE TO-DAY. ARE YOU? FREE TO THE SOUTH— BEAUTIFUL— SOUTH. CHATSWORTH PARK, SANTA SUSANA. LOS ANGELES DI3T. Machine men. Chuck tenders. Corner men. Common drillers Muckers. Car teamsters. Good Men Wanted. Free Fare. NEVADA. NEVADA. ARIZONA. OREGON. ARIZONA. OREGON. LOS ANGELES DISTRICT. DRILLERS, TEAMSTERS. BENCH AND CORNER MEN. LABORERS, TRACKMEN, ETC.. *2, $2 25. $2 50, $3 DAY. BETTER GO. REMEMBER, IT'S KREE. FREE TO ALL- IT'S NEW. IT'S STEADY WORK. TUNNELS. TUNNELS. 8 HOURS' 25 DRILLERS. SHIP WORK. OTHER HELP. TO-DAY. LOCATED IN 3 STATES. SAWMILLS AND WOODS. FOR SYNDICATES AND CORPORATIONS. SKILLED AND UNSKILLED HELP. CAR BUILDERS, $2 50 day. Whitewasher, $75 and found. 6 slack coopers. Shingle sawyer, country, $55 and found. 3 graders, sugar pine lumber. $2 50 day. Circular saw filer, country, $5 day. 2 millwrights, lumber co.. country. $* d*y- ' " boys, city works, $9 week. Planer man, $2 to $3 day. ALSO LABORERS. ETC. SPECIAL— FEE $1. Fare $2 80 Butts Co. 15 LABORERS. 15 TEAMSTERS. $2 TO $2 25 DAY. Brick molder, slab work, country, $2 day, fd. Choreman, country place, $30 and found 2 carpenters, near city, 30c fare, $3 50 day. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD RANCH. 9 teamsters, 4 horses, $30 and found REDUCED FARES. CHEAP FARES. 689 woodchoppers and tlemakers: all found. BIG WAGES; GOOD TIMBER. We supply the best mines in California, Ari- zona, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, New and Old Mexico, Oregon, Washinirton, etc. 18t> miners; ningle, double, and machine men., Timbermen. muckers, laborers, etc w $30. $82 50. . $75. $60. COME AND SEE. IN SAN FRANCISCO AND COUNTRY. 1S4 laborers and teamsters; some factories, $2 to $2 50 day. TO-DAY. NEW JOB. 1 NEW WORK. . TO-DAY. 35 teamsters: 2 and 4 horses, $67 5O 15 laborers: YOU'LL SUIT.. $K<i 25 DRILLER HAMMERMEN. $87 50 QUARRY. FREE TO QUARRY. 25 driller?, " $67 M AGRICULTURAL. ETC. 1? butter-makers, - $50, $40. $30. found 27 rruners. $32 50 and found 39 milkers. $40, $35, $30. found. Sf» vineyard and orchard hand?. $30, $26. $25 and found SO ranch hand?. $30, $20, $25 and found 32 choremen, boys. $10. $15. $20. $25. $30, fa. 12 stablemen, $ti0. $50. $30 and found. PRIVATE RESIDENCES. 2 coachmen, $30, $35 and founl 4 choremen, private. $25. and .found MARRIED HELP. Farmer and wife. ¦ $50 and found MISCELLANEOUS. 4 4-horse teamsters, fare $1 90, $30. found Old man, do chores, city, $15 and found Plow holder, • $2 French cock, San Mateo County, $40 and fd. 2 milkers, same dairy, country. $30. found Milker, run separator, country, $35. found Young man for paint factory. $30. found Stonemason, rubble work, far# 60c. ¦$3 5<> to $4 day Fireman and do some blacksmithing for a dredger $40 and found- woodworker, ?3 to $3 50 day; sheepherder. $15 and found; iJ timbermen for mine, $90; 2 fur- nace men for mine, $75. HOTEL DEPARTMENT. BUTCHERS. BAKERS. LAUNDRY". Butcher, shop, 25c fare. $35 found Cook, 10 men. ranch, $25 found; porter, city, $8 week found; pantry boy, $17 50 found. Marker and assorter. laundry, south, $15 week. Butcher, fare 40 cents, $50 3 elevator. 2 bellboys. $15 fd. ; $25 and room. 12 waiters. $35. $30. $25 and found. 8 eooks" helpers, $50. $45, $40, $30 and found 7 bellboys, different first-class hotels, $15, fd. Porter, city cafe. $5 week. Steward, country hotel. SPECIAL. Chef cook, mine B. H., $60 fd. Cook, camp, $»>0. country. rook. B. H.. 35c far-?. $40 fd. <"ook, also waiter, for few men. company, R. R. job. boss here, free fare, $40 and $25 fd. Cook. :;0c fare, $10 week. fd. •i bakers' helpers; camp waiters: 3 porters, IS dishwashers, kitchen hands, pot washers, etc., $3<>, $25. $20. $15 and found and $7 week. FOR OTHER PLACES C US. I 1902 AVE CAVE MURTTAY & READY, 45.UC0 MEN WORK. Clay st. WANTED — Recruits for the MaVlne Corps. U. S. Nnvy: able-bodied men of good character. between the ages of 21 and 35; not less than 5 feet I inches and not over 0 feet 1 inch; aMe to *peak and read English. For further information apply at the recruiting offices, 40 Ellis £t., San Francisco, Cal.; Masonic Hall. 530 K st.. Sacramento, Cal.: and U. S. Custom-house," 222'j North Main st., Los Angeles, Cal. MEN to learn barber trade; only requires two months to complete and secure positions; Il- lustrated catalogue and full particulars maile'i free. Moler System Barber College. •i'15 t'lay st. WANTED— La 1 borer* and mechanics to know that Kd RoIUin. Keno House proprietor, still runs Denver House. 217 Third st. ; 150 large rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week. BARBERS— An old established 3-chair shop, doing good business, best location in San Jose, for sale; good reason for selling. C. A. WILSON. -14 South Fourth st.. San Jose. TROUSEBMAKERS wanted. Apply to CHARLES LYONS, London Tailor, 721 Mar- ket st. BARBER shop for saie;" 2 chairs; rent $15; living rooms. 757 Brannan st. BARBER shop for sa!e. 1055 Market, account sickness; every thins first-class. GOOD 3-chair Imrber shop for sale, ln city. Box 472, Call office. FOR sate — 3-ch;iir barber shop; 3 furnishej , rooms: no agents. 2092 Mission st. 500 MEN to buy new and 2d-hand army shoes, 5Oo up: soling 20c up. 923 Howard -St., nr. 5th. PENSION atty.. E. A. BuIHs. room 40. Phelan bldg. Past Com. Geo. H. Thi^rnas Post.G.A.R. GET your shoes half-soled while waiting: 25c to 50v\ 5C": Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sis. ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, haK price. 503 Mission St., bet. 1st and 2d sts. - WINCHESTER House. 4 4 Third st., near Mar- ket— 20O room?. 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 ar.d subscriptions has been established at 1090 Valencia Ft. HOUSES AND WAGOXS. SMALL horse, wagon and harness; as new; cheap: triflers stay home. Apply Us Sixth St., room 28. SMALL mare. $20; big horse, $30: buggy, $20; ¦ top wagon. $(55; cart, $15. 79 City Hall square-. RARE chance — Four good horses for sale. 327 Sixth st. ; , 2 SORREL horses must be sold. 600 Haight st.i Largest assortment 2-hand wagons.buckb'd.sur- rey.ha mess, work.driving horse. 15th-Valencia. ; AN At express wagon, single; also light camp- ing wagen for sale cheap. 632 Mission st. READ "The California Horseman." of interen to horsemen. Dalsiell. editor, 005 G. G. ave. HOUSES TO LET. A — PRINTED list of houses to let; send forcir. cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO..H Montgomery. $10O— APARTMENT-HOUSE now .building; 2* apartments of 3 rooms each; 21 baths; hot water throuchout: splendid marine view. SPECK & CO.. W.7 Market st. HOUSES JTO^ LET — FUKMSHKD. , FURNISHED house to k.-t summer* months; fine marine view; r«f. ex. Box 4S3. Call. LOST AXD FOUND. LOST — Saturday, March 29, a thin gold neck chain, with Urge enamel and pearl pendant attached. A liberal reward if returned to L'URNHAM & MARSH CO., 20 Montgomery street. LOST — A passbook with The Hlbernia Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco in th« I name of PHILLIP SHERIDEN. No. 220- 11. 'K. The finder will please return to bank. LOST— Gentleman's scirfpin, made in checker design of rubies and diamonds. Finder will obtain $20 reward on delivery to LOUIS WEIL, cigar stand. 310 Montgomery st Tramp— I lost me mudder last week. Mrs. Toogood— How careless of you! Here's 25 cento. Place a lost ad. in The Call at once.