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THE SANFBANCISCO CALL, MOKDAY, JULY 6, 1903.
8 HELP WAHTED — MALE— Con.. PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 020 Sacramento st. Phone Main 1191. SPECIALS— SHIP TO-DAY* OREGON— OREGON. ' 12 coal miners, fare paid, $1 ton. FREE FARE. 20 coal miners: big wages; Oregon. FREE FARE— FEE $1. S. P. R. R. Co.'b own work. 500 section and extra gang men all over the State — north, east and south— on the different divisions; call and s»e us; we'll tell you. Free Fare— Shia To-day on All Trains. BOSS HERE TO-DAY— COME SEE HIM. BUTTE CO.— CHICO— FEE $1.^ 25 2-horse teamsters, $B7 50; 25 4-horse teamsters, $73: 25 laborers. $67 50; 2o muck- 1 ers. $67 50; 23 rockmen, $75; 25-woodchop- . pers and right of way men. $67 50. Fee $1 — Boss Here. BOSS HERE TO-DAY. 12 rough carpenters. Senator -Clark s new R. R. to Riverside; long Job; $82 50 found, part fare free. SAWMILL CO.— NORTHEAST— BY JTR. 2 head Dolbeer men. $90; 4 log loaders. $(*>; 4 spool tenders, $C0; 8 buckers, $55; 2 lu mb « r graders, $3 day; circular saw flier and mill- wright, $3 60 day; log pond man. $2 25; mill log deck man. $2; carriage setter. $3 day; carriage dogger, $2 25; offbearer, $2 25; edg- erman, $3; edg»rman's h*i&er, $2; man on the 4 hog, $2; slab sawyer, $2:' trimmer, $2 50; ¦ ' second trimmer. $2; fireman. $2; edgerman; on the above jobs the boss is here: come see htm; 10 laborers, Tuolumne Co.. $1 50 fare. $2 day: 20 lumber pliers, $40 found, cheap fare; 60 laborers, large sawmill company, re- duced fare, Humboldt Co., $35 found. • MINES. ETC. 250 miners, hand work, some 8-hour shifts, all over State. $2 to $3 day; 2 machiners, Al Job, $90; 300 laborers, carmen and muck- ers, all over. $G0 to $75; 2 furnace men, $65; 4 surface laborers, jood mine, $32 60 found. MISCELLANEOUS— FARMS. ETC. 8 laborers, new work. $2 25 day: 5 scraper teamsters, 4-horse. $1 75 day found; farmer and wife, north, $70 found; milker and wife, Colusa Co., $30 found; 5 farmers, $30 found, boss here; 3 milkers, $35 and $40 found; choreman, $20 found. COOKS, ETC. Cook, camp, $60 tound; cook. 10 boarders, $35 found: cook, private family, $25 found; 2 waiters, sawmill, half fare. $30 founds ••> waiters, $25 to $40 found; dishwashers, etc. For a square deal call and see us early; also". get a list of Jobs. PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 620 Sacramento st. PHONE MAIN 1101 AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S, Employment Agts 429 Bush st 642 Clay st. Hello. Grant 1S5. SHIPPING DAY TO-DAY— FREE FARE— FOR CASPAR TUNNEL. Mendoclno Co. FOR CHATSWORTH PARK. L. A. Co. FOR WILLITS. Mendoclno Co. FOR MARIN and ALAMEDA Counties. FOR RYNDON. State of Nevada. For Co. work, different divisions, Cal. Machine drillers, tunnelmen. muckers, drill - > ers, teamsters, laborers, extra gangs. / Wages $1 70, $2 25, $2 50. $3. FOR CHICO— Laborers. $2 25. fare $2 SO. Harvesters, haymakers, farmers, milkers. $30-$50; farmers and wives, waiters and wives, $40-$K0; cook, mining boarding-house, $70; cooks, $40-$7O; waiters, country hotels. $30; dlrh and pot washers, yardmen, bell boys, $15-$3O; waiters, $30; 2 hostlers, coun- try hotel stables, $35 and free fare; ironers. country hotel, $35; mangle boys, $20, free fare; waffieman, $40, country hotel, free fare. i C. R. HANSEN & CO., Employment Agency, 420 Bush st 642 Clay st. A TUNNEL foreman who understands timber- Ing, $4 a day, free fare; 2 hostlers, country hotel stables, $35 and found, free fare. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 429 Bush st. ELECTRICIAN and fire with oil. $50 and board; help hall waiter. $30. C. R. HAN- SEN & CO.. Bush st. TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 pair; foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay express or mall charges.- 11 Third st.. Examiner bldg. WANTED— For the U. S. Marine Corps, able-bod- led. unmarried men. between 21 and 35; good character; must speak, read and write Eng- lish; marines serve at sea on men-of-war In all parts of the world, on land in our island possessions, and at naval stations In the Untted States. Apply at recruiting office, 40 Ellis St.. San Francisco. Cal.; 222^ N. Main st. Los Angeles. Cal., and 401 K St., Sacra- mento, Cal. WANTED — Laborers, drilltra. rockmea and rough carpenters for ditch and fiuma work. Apply at office, Placervllle. Cal.. or room 14, 28 Montgomery st.. San Francisco Coostruc- tlon Co. ' PICK hops In August; enjoyable, healthful and very profitable outing for men, women and children. Call or write to E. CLEMENS HORST CO.. 122 Battery St.. San Francisco. TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 pet pair; foot-form shoes at $2 SO cr orthopedia shoes. $3 SO; best shoes on earth. 11 Third St.. Examiner building. 5 doom from Market. MEN to learn barber trade; only requires two months to complete and secure positions; catalogue and full particulars mailed free. Moler System Barber College, 635 Clay st. WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still ru.is Denver House. 217 Third st. ; 150 large rooms; 25c per night; $1 SO to $3 per week. TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 pair; foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay express or mall charges. 11 Third st.. Examiner bldg. WANTED — Elderly man; light woodwork and polishing. Box 1931, Call office. WANTED — Solicitors of ability; good pay. Call . 609 Adams building. Sutter and Kearny sts. BARBER shop for sale cheap. 731 Mission St.. near Third. ' WANTED — Men to learn barber trade; cata- logue. - S. F. Barber College. 741A Howard. 60 QUARRYMEN, 10 rock drillers. $2 and $2 23 a day. 230 Montgomery st., room 61. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and Australia. HERMAN'S, 26 Steuart st. THREE laborers. pick_and shovel; -14th ave. and N St.. south; take Kentucky-st. cars. 600 MEN to buy new and.2d-hand army shoes, 50c up; soling cheap. 923 Howard st.. nr. 3th. PENSION atty. E. A. Bullls. room 40. Phelan bldg. Past Com. Oeo.H. Thomas Post.Q.A.R. ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half- prlce. 563 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c to COc. 563 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Mar- ket — 700 rooms. 33c night; reading rooms; free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry. [CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions j received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1C96 Valencia at. % HORSES AXP WACOM. 60 HEAD of fresh dairy cows for sale at $70 per bead. Address THOS. A. McCOY. Gon- zales, Monterey Co.. Cal. ON account of going to build, entire stock of wagons, buggies and harness must be sold at sacrifice. Corner 13th and Valencia sts. RARE chance; 7 good horses; must be sold. 327 Sixth st. FOR eale— 33 bead milch cows. JOHN SE- CREST. Stockton. Cal. . Al EXPRESS wagon, light camping wagon and gocart for sale cheap. S32 Mission st. BOUSES TO LET. A — PRINTED list of houses to let: send for circular. O.H.UMBSEN & CO..H Montgomery. BEFORE moving get our printed list of houses - to let. BALDWIN & HOWELL. 25 Post at. HOUSES FURNISHED— FOR SALE. ELEGANT new flat. 10 rooms: a snap; no agents. : Box 1099. . Call office. LIVFIIIY STABLES. '.OMKINSON'S livery stables. 57-59-81 Minna St., bet 1st and 2d — Vehicles of every) de- scription for hire at most reasonable .rates; cut rates for strangers. Telephone Main 153. LOST AXD FOU.XD. . r / ( LOST — In Oakland, a purse containing $5 green- back. 4 diamond rings; $30 reward. Return to 1221 Linden et.. Oakland. FEMALE St. Bernard lost June 2S. Telephone Page G02C; liberal reward. . LOST — Boston terrier: white and brlndle; name Fudge: reward. Return 1524 Broadway. IT will pay to -•'Remember'.'- that the California Watch Case Co., 22O - Sutter St.. needs old gold and silver to make new watrh cases. MEDICAL. — — MRS. DR WYETH^ specialist for all female complaints; Instant relief guaranteed; 30 years' experience. 728 Post St., near Jones. MRS. DR.' KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe- male troubles and irregularities; instant re- licf guaranteed. ~ 1008^ Market St.. opp. 3th; DR. G.W.' O'DONNELL— AH who are sick or •in, trouble consult*. thus specialist on female complaints; positively, corrected; the unfor- tunate helped; the most difficult cases treat- ed; advice free. Office, 1018 Market St. ' Drs. Goodwin. 733 Turk, nr.' Van Ness— Expert U la obstetrics, female comp.; 25 yra expcr*nce; .MEDICAL- — Continued. DR. ROSENS 2M5 Folsom'/cor. 26th— Ladles' exclusive office and home where relief, is ob- tained in all cases taken; consultation free. MRS. D. ALLEN. 1113 Marfcet— Reliable ladies' specialist; a private home before and during confinement; best medical carg^low fees. DR. and MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERBS, original methoj of treatment. 1126^ Market st. DR. NG TOY KEE. 319 Powell St.. opposite Union square: all diseases cured by herbs. . MISCELLANEOUS KUK SALE. BOILERS, engines. 2-hand machinery. McIN- TOSH & WCLPMAN, 1S)5-1»7 Fremont st. ALL our goods delivered on first payment; you can buy from us diamonds, watches, jewelry, sealskins, men's tailor-Marie clothing, trunks suit cases, on a very small weekly payment; no interest chirged: it will pay you to ex* amine our goods and prices: established 1S0O LJCHTENSTEIX BROS.. 23 Stockton St. * DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? Repair it with Elaterite; In rolls easy to lay; needs no painting or coating; good over old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roof3 ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market »tl SECOND-HAND machinery, boilers, engines, pumps, water pipe, bought, sold, rented an. I exchanged. Se« Sunday's papers. H.S.WHITK MACHINERY COMPANY. 13O-132 Beale st. ONE Dow pump. 16-inch steam cylinder 12- inch water cylinder. 24-Inch stroke. Apply at engine room. Fair building. Pine St., near Sansome. A— FINE suits. $7 50; dress pants. $3 50. Orig- inal Misfit Clothing Parlors, 238 Kearny st.. near Bush: cpen to 9 p. m. .Sunday to noon. A— $3 50 DERBY and fedora hats. $1 73. Pop- ular Price Hatters. SCO Kearny St.. near Pine; epen till » p. m. Sunday to noon. A — BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear st. CALIFORNIA motor bicycle to trade for wood- working machinery; as good as new. Box 1938. Call offlc*. FOR sale — Showcases and counters. Apply 2200 Fillmore. « MOVING picture film and song slides, 1» Montgomery st. SAFES — New and second-hand. E. B. BECK & CO.. 122 Market «t. All bargains; camp stools & chairs, hammocks, metal beds, mattresses.J.F.Hotter,712 Mission Edison phonographs, records, supplies, moving picture machines, films. Bacigalupl. 933 Mkt. BOILERS, eng!ne»,pumps.plpe.beltln?r.s}iaft!njr. pulleys.etc. SUGARMAN BRO3..S49 Howard. GASOLINE engines, automobiles and launches, all sizes. J. E. DOAK. 46 Fremont st. SAFES — -New and second-hand. THE HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento, st. ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters; ail makes. ALEXANDER & CO.', 110 Montg'y. MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-han4'tnov1ng pie-. tnres. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post st. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED — Old pictures of Cecrea Washing- ton. Jefferson. Adams, Napoleon, etc.; high- est prices paid; send name of engraver and publisher on picture: by malf only. GEO. L.' GOODMAN, 2180 Sutter st.. San Francisco. ' TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and theatrical good3. 154 Oth st.; tel. Jessie 2851. $5000 WORTH cast-off clothing wanted: highest price raid. 322 Grant ave.; tel. Red 3932. JHONEY TO LOAN. AAA— HERMAN MURPHY. 601-602-603 Examiner building. Quick settlements; no disappointment. Save expenses by dealing directly. Estates, second mortgages, undivided Inter- ests, assignments of rents, property in trust, ; etc.; legacies. life estates and undivided in- terests in property purchased. • Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential. When You Need Money Bee HERMAN MURPHY. MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, 103 Grant »ve.. LOANS FROM $1 to $10,000. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at lowest rates. Btldwin Jewelry Store. 844 Market St., tel. Main 1644. Branch. 19 Third. MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer- chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without security; easy payments: largest business la 46 principal cities. Tolrnan, 523 Parrott bids. A — 1 per cent on funlture or piano: no removal: no commission; no publicity; $25 up; quick, quiet, confidential. 28 Montgomery st..rm. 7. AT cut rates on real estate, furniture or piano; no commission. E. W. LICK, 1003 Mu:u*i Sav. Bk. bid.. 703 Market; phone Main 810. S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY— Loans to salaried people on their note. The TOUSLEY CO 143 Phelan bldg. MO>»EY to loan on low Interest; gold, silver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones, bought at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st. BEST renting piano in city for $3 per month. SCOTT-CURTAZ PIANO CO.. 0«0 Hayes st. GOOD names; 1% on furniture. 2d mortgage; any security. S02 Montgomery st.. rm. 10. 1% ON furniture A pianos; $15 up; no removal; V. TREMAIN. room 81. «J Eddy ut.. floor 4. ALL loans on diamonds and jewelry 2 per cent mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. 53S Kearny. STAR Loan Co. of Wyoming loans money to salaried employes. R. 311 Mutual Sav. Ek. bid. CASH loaned salaried people on notes without Indorser. MORRELL. 600 Examiner bldg. HONEY WASTED. WANTED— $7000 on $14,000 worth of San . Franclaco business property at 6^> p«r cent interest; paid monthly. Eox 1086. Call. MCSICAX|INSTnrMENTS. A FEW snap* delected from 200; all reduced on account of summer season for June. July: 3 Checkering $SS. $97. $135 2 Emerson $93. $US 2 Heine $235, $CS» 2 Stelnway. small & large uprtght.$lS5, $3S3 New pianos from .$137 up 25 Squares from $13 up Piano Players, $90 up; rents reduced to $3 up. apply on purchase; Installments. on«- tenth down, two years to pay balanc*. HEINE PIANO CO.. 233-237 Geary st; td. Main '5744. STEINWAT upright, left by private partyl $165; great bargain. 237 Geary st. " BARGAINS! BAP.GAINS! BARGAINS! A good piano; good for practice 9 S3 On« a little better; a snap 120 Standard; oak case; splendid order 14O Sterling; mahogany case: $350 style.... 2M> Vose; walnut case; flcs condition 235 Vose; faahogajsy case; fln« condition.... 243 New pianos, manufacturers' samples, in mahogany and walnut: guaranteed 183 UENJ. CI7RTAZ & SON. ltf-20 OTarrell it. x No Branches In San Franclaco. BUY your piano now and begin payment when you return from your vacation. By this means you secure the benefit of our reduced prices. Large stock, deslrabla- goods and easy payment. THE ZENO MAUVAI3 MUSIC CO.. 7C0 Market «t. BAND Instruments; F. Besson, Paris, maker; Gus Malwald. Agt. Pac. Coast. 278 O*F»rreH ; skillful repairing: 2d-hasd Instruments sold. MAGNIFICENT Knabe. 3-sedal upright plan* at great lobs; leaving city. 920 CFarrea st. BARGAIN: good upright; must b» sold at once. SCIIMITZ & CO.. 10 McAllister st. — —^— — . SOHMER, Byron Mauzy pianos. Cecillan piano player. BYRON MAUZY. 303-312 Post st. EUPERlort violins, zithers, old and new. H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham plaec. THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO., 931 Market St.— Steck.Everett. Lurfwig anJ other good pisnoa. urFICES AND STOKES TO • l.igT. STORE with basement, below Kearny «t. $4(1. Owner. 6.16 Clay st. PEKSOXALS. WE would like to put a copy of The Advertis- ing World Into the hands of ev«ry p*rson who keeps any kind of a store; every newspaper man,- every advertising writer, every person Interested in business of any kind; we send sample copies free on request, and the paper usually makes friends for Itself at first sight. It .sn't made to be pretty, but to be helpful— ' and Us circulation of 'J3.C0O (btrsest of ita class In the world> shows that It la helpful. May we have your address? The Advertising World, Columbu3, Ohio. A^-FACIAL BLEMISHES REMOVED. T~" Wrinkles, yellow and flabby skin.btrthmarks, smallpox pitting* and scan scientifically r«> moved without cutting, massas?. electricity or medicine: special demonstrations this week. Call or wrif DR. L. WILL1AMS.371 Geary. MORPHINE, opium and laudanum habits cured at home by a painless home treatment; In- dorsed and used by leading physicians; corre- spondence strictly confidential; in plain, sealed envelope; call or write to-day. India Drur Cure. 201 Turk »t. : Bruce D. Klmmls. Mar. THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair, im- proves Its growth; stops falling, cures dandruff and itchtnc scalp: no stain or stickiness; ¦ cleanses scalp: at druggists', hairdressers' ; ac- cept no substitute. ScarReraedyCo..o85 CeaSy. NOT how cheap, but how good. I* the motto of the • manufacturers of the kapid Rotary -Standard, the sewltg-machlne \>t to-day. .». W. EVANS, agent. 1021 Market gt. 10 CTS.; specimen copy Scientific Marriage. 'Address Scientific Marriage. •_uu Keaxoy •*• HELP WANTED— FEMALE— Con. ~\ AT OUR NEW FACTORY, 1873 MISSION ST.. NE5AR FIFTEENTH SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVERALLS WANTED: » INEXPERIENCED PAID SALARY WHILE LEARNING :OPERATORS AND RIVETERS ALSO V.' ANTED AT OUR MAIN FACTORY, 32^ FREMONT ST. LEVI STRAUSS Sc CO. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. . 3ZZZZ ¦ * : - GIRLS TO LEARN ON SHIRTS AND OVER- ALLS; A STATED AMOUNT GUARAN- TEED. STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, COR. GOUGH AND GROVE STS. PICK hops In August; enjoyable, healthful and very profitable outing for >nen, women and children. Call or write K. CLEMENS HORST CO.. 122 Battery s' . San Francisco. GIRL to care for two children. 601 Natoma street. ' ¦¦ ¦ WANTED — Experienced bindery girls. Apply SANBORN, VAIL & CO., 741 Market et. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmor*. I A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1096 ' Valencia st. ' HELP AVANTED— MALE. MURRAY &. READY. (334 and 636 Clay 6t. PHONE MAIN 5848. PHONE MAIN 534S. . Leading Employment and Labor Agents. ¦ - THIS IS.WHAT MADE US FAMOUS. WE KNOW NO DISTINCTION BETWEEN MAN AND MAN. YOU ARE ALL EQUAL. . YOU ARE ALL WELCOME. JD02 We Gave . 1003 We'll Glv» 45.000 Men Work. . 60,000 Men Work. WE SHIP YOU FREE TO ONE. FREE TO-DAY. FREE TO ALL. Ogden, Utah, All Parts Nevada, Los Angeles County, Santa Barbara, Chatsworth Park, Hawaiian Islands, Santa Susana, • Oregon, San Fernando, Washington, Los Angeles County, Central America, Arizona. ... Wlllits, Ukiah, AND ALL POINTS NORTH. EAST, SOUTH. INCLUDING OGDEN, UTAH. Carpenters and helpers, pile drivers, fence builders, drillers, single, double and machine men; corner and bench hand?, muckers, chuck tenders, car dumpers, teamsters, la- borers, track men, cooks, waiters, engineers, ' blacksmiths, etc., $5, $4, J3 50, $3, *2 50 and (2 a day. Free Fare. Free Fare. . Free Fare. ¦ Everybody Talking. Thousands Going. ARE YOU? S ARE YOU? ARE YOU? ., MURRAY & READY, « (34 and C36 Clay st. TO-DAY. MANAGER OF MINES. . At our office from 9 a. m.*; your railroad- fare advanced. 12 machine miners, $70 and found. (J tlmbermen, $70 and found. .' • ¦¦ 14 single and double hand drillers, $63 and found. 18 muckers, $62 and found. '"¦'¦ •"- w 20 laborers, no experience required, $60 and fcund. MURRAY & READY, CT4-630 Clay st. SEE \GENERAL MANAGER FROM BUTTE To-flay at our office; SI to Butte, that's all. 10j laborers, teamstnrs, drillers, muckers, men to clear right of way, axmen, etc., $73 P«r month. . ( MURRAY & READ!'. 634-636 Clay st. ™ f£5£? T J ED STATES SENATOR CLARK'S NEW GREAT RAILROAD. MANAGER NOW AT OUR OFFICE Lf> carpenters, any rough carpenter can fill the bill. $105 month, your R. R. fare paid. Down Among the Orange Groves MURRAY & READY. 634-036 Clay gt. GOLQ. SILVER. ~ • MINES- C ° PPEK AN ° C ° AL TO THE QUARRIES AND TUNNELS 264 laborers for mines, etc.. $60 to $75 and found; 193 miners and muckers, drillers, sin- gle, double and machine men, furnace "men. bench, corner men. etc.. $05, $S5, $00- lo- cated everywhere. Laborers need no expe- rience. . MURRAY, & READY. 634-636 Clay. st. ARE YOU A MECHANIC? ~~ MECHANICAL HELP. ' 85 blacksmiths and helpers, located every- where, for shops and factories, foundries, mines, ranches, railroad camps, sawmills, "woods, dredgers, etc. ; some shoeing some - without, $4, $3 00, $3, $2 50 a day; many by' the month and found. 15 coopers, lime barrels, lie and 10c each. .5- carriage painters, $90; 3 helpers on car- riages. All-round blacksmith.- fare $2 60. $3 day.. •' • Blacksmith, sawmill. ?50 and' found. 3 blacksmith helpers, city wagon works. $2 day. Blacksmith, city -wagon shop, $3 day. Man load bricks on cars. 2 brlckmolders, 50c fare. $3 50 a day. Handy man about machinery, factory. 15c fare. $2 day. Tinner, factory, fare 20c. $3 a day. Blacksmith, orchard), boss here. $40 found. 2 carpenters. El Dorado County. $.1 50 day. 12 bench hands and paperera. fare $1. $2 25 and $3 50 day; 4 gardeners. ¦ Teamster, haul wood- $40 found.. j VV; Prlnter, 30c fare. $10 week. MURRAY fc READY. 634-630 Clay st. CARPENTERS. 191 carpenters for all parts of California, Nevada. ; Utah. Arizona and . Oregon, . $4, $3 75. $3 GO, $3 25. .$3 a day. many by the month and* found.; to build houses, barns, sheds, fences, concrete forms and boxes, re- pair-on ranches. -> dairies, bridge and:, ship builders, about mines, sawmills and woods, flumes, bench work. Come and see. MURRAY & READY. 634-63G Clay st. , .155 COAL - ~~YOUR OREGOnJ 155 MINERS/ FARK OREGON. REPAID. ; GREAT MINING SYNDICATE IN OREGON. MURRAY & READY. 034-630 Clay st. BIG BATCH OF JOBS. ."'. :"M ' On Midnight Mall, Telegraph and Phone. ; LOOK CAREFULLY. .' 2 boys, learn upholstering trade, city, $6 : wk. Helper, dining-room, Government Job, $25 and -found. Gardener, millionaire's residence, fare $1, $60. First and second cooks, springs hotel, boss here. $195. • Blacksmith and two helpers, city camp, $50 and $35 and. found. ¦ -¦'«.-. Head tree feller, fare $2." $50 and found. Second tree feller, fare $2, $40 and found. 2 boys, learn carriage painting, $4 to $5 wk. ; Cook and wife, sawmill, Oregon, free fare. ' :3 handy men." few tools, mills In Oregon, free .^.fare. • ¦• - . ¦ ;-¦ - -. , . ¦¦ <•¦¦ -,..'¦. 3 milkers.* San '. Jose, $35 and found. 2 brick molders. boss here, fare 50c, $3 50. Porter, beer • hall, : $20 . and found; carriage - painter. $55 and found;. stableman, city camp, ..$.15 and found.. • . . .: .. - Walter, .mining town, $35 and found.' Cook and dishwasher, .Monterey County,' $70 and found." -. ¦' ¦ '¦- ¦ - - - - y, • _ : OREGON— FREE FARE, j •¦ 2rt , woods . and , mill '- men, $35 : to (8Q/and ¦ f d. f>« .woods and milL laborers. Eureka, $40 fd. . Foreman. . tunnelmen. for. Butte. 1 . 8 tunnelmen for , Butte. .. ' 3 machinists,' wine. company,' fare $3 50, $10 and found. . - : . ¦ . - :- . .-- .•¦: .Cook, 7 men,- ranch, 75c fare, .$30 and found.- 2 miners.; 3 muckers. ¦ $82 BO and $00, '- fare $1. 3 woodchoppers for'mlne,'. fare $1, Si 50 cord. ?>5 laborers, ; board In hotels, 14 . miles, . $60. v 25 shingle and bolt makers, . free fare, $35 fd. niacksmlth.- mining company., $67.60 ami fd. Machine men'for drifting. mine,' south. $73 fd." 12 four-horse i teamsters, t fare $2, $75. v • . Truckman.* also blacksmith and . planer man. - country sawmill, free « fare, : $45, $50 and $50 ' and. found;. boss. here. -.»¦. „. ¦-. 2 -machinists, • one -lather, one planer hand, sawmill, free 'fare, $50 and found. .-Plasterer,- $5'50 a- day. Cook. ., 15 men, sawmill. .. $45 . and found. . ""2 teamsters..- sawmill company,- $35 and found. Farmer and wife, ; Shasta County, boss here. ' $50'and f'""-r". -..;-, NEW . JOB AT • MINE. . 0 muckers. $60: 5 miners $75: /are. ' 14. SAN FRANCISCO CALL. BUSINESS OFFICE of The San Francisco .Call, corner Market and Third streets; open until 12 o'clock every night In the year. . BRANCH OFFICES— 527 Montgomery street, comer Clay; cnen until 9:30 p. rn. . 300 Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. m. ' C39 McAllister street; open until 9:30 p. m. . f.15 Larkin street; open until 9:30 p. in. 1S41 Mission street : open until 10 p. m. ' "2261 Market etrcet, corner Sixteenth; open • until 9 p. m. 106 Eleventh street; open until 9 p. m. 1096 Valencia street: open until 9 P. m. Northwest corner of Twenty-second find Ken- tucky streets; open until 9 p. m. 2200 Fillmore street; optn until 9 p. m. BIEETIXG NOTICES. ' ASYLUM of Golden Gate Commandery . -f. No. ltt. K. T-. «25 Sutter pt. — stated "J43JT assembly THIS EVENING at 8 LJ o'clock. All fraters are courteously invited. By order of t!ie Commander. THHO. FROLICH. Recorder. 6AN Frantfsco Chapter No. 1. Royal ni ¦ - Arch Masons. me«<is THIS EVENING. Business and M. M. degree. /<tj+\ If. G. PRINCE. Secretan-. / >* HERMANN Lodge No. 127. F. and A. ¦ M.— Stated im--ting THIS DAY (Mon- •lay). July 6, l»0S. at S o'clock p. m. . By order of the W. M. / -V * L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary. CALIFORNIA Lo<ice No. 1. I. O. n F. —Installation of officers MONDAY EVENING. July 6. Members attend. Visitors we!- 7**?*L jconie. J. A. McHEXRY. >.. G. I'NITY Lodee No. 131. I. O. O. F. Installation 1 i officers next §jj?2!»C^ii TUESDAY EVENING. July 7. -P^ZS^ C. E. W. SCHUBERT. N. G. " la W. R. LINDSAY. R. g. H ERM A NN Lodge. Na i«. I. O. ... F\_SpeciaI meeting Si*>wNac NTSDAY, July S, 1903. Officers and members are hereby notified vfl»w that a special meeting of above lodge has h^en called for WEDNESDAY EVENING. • Jul - S. at K o'clock, sharp, for the purpose cf the public installation of the officers for th« ensuing term. Memorial Hall, third floor I. O. O. F. building. Sojourning bit>thers are cordially invited. SHXiFRIEP COHX. Secretary. THE regular monthly x'jilsiS^trt— of California Pioneers 1 *VWi'!i'^£3cJi)S will i- held MONDAY f^ i Ttfftt3?S!*t£f attendance is requested. J. I. SPEAR. Secretary. TO the Officers and Members a m,,\ ¦ >v «.f the Riggers' ari S:ove- dores' Union Association — f2S*2?lC?5?I=: You are hereby notified to ¦' »' m <G«r^ atjer.d the regular meeting of this associa- tion TO-MORROW (MONDAY) NIGHT. July 6. et 7:30 o'clock. Business of Kreat importance to ccme before the association. • By order of 4 THOMAS F. BRYANT. President. • HENRY JEND. Recordir* Secretary. KOTICE cf meeting. — The regular quarterly meeting of the directors of The Bank of Cali- fornia will be held at the bankins-fccu«e. 400 California street. San Francisco, cr; TUES- DAY. July 14. 1903. at 3 o'clock p. m. The transfer bocks for the transfer of utock will close on Tuesday, July 7. 1903, at 3 o'clock p. m., and will reopen on Wednesday, July 1", at 9 o'clock a. m. By order of the board. ALLEN 31. CLAY. Secretary. •NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA— NOTICED IS • HEREBY GIVEN that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of California, hereby called by the President thereof, will be held at No. 400 California street, the bar.king-bous* of said bank, in the City and County of San Francisco. State of Callfor- .. r.ia, en WEDNESDAY, the lith day of July, 1'ju2, at the hour of half-past three o'clock In '.!'..-• aiternoon cf said day. for the pur- r>*e cf considering and deciding what dis- position shall be made of the new or in- creased capital stork of said bank that may be authorized by> said stockholders on said day, and of providing how, to whom, when and at what price and under what conditions eaid new or increased capital stock may be sold, and for the purpose of authorizing and directing the Board of Directors of Eaid Li'.r.k what to do in the premises. WILLIAM ALVORD. as President of the Bank of California. r>ated July 1. 1903. THE California Debris Commission, having re- ceived application to mine by hydraulic pro- cess from W. S. Kerr, in Old Stiff Gravel Mine, neir Vallecita. Caiaveras County, Cal.. draining into Wades Gulch Creek, " -which reachea Stanislaus River, gives notice . that a meeting will be held at r»om 96. Flood Building. San Francisco, Cal., . July 20. 1903, at. 1:30 p. m. • THE annual meeting of the San Francisco So- ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- mals will be held in the Parrott building on Monday, Ju!y 20, 1903, at 4 o'clock p. m.. when a board of trustees will b« elected. C. B. HOLBROOK. Secretary. ASTROLOGY. Retumed — Prof. Raymond; astrology' taught: horoscopes cast fcy mail if desired. C49 Ellis. ATTOItXEYS AT LAW. KOBT. W. KING, atty-at-law. Examiner bid.. rm. Cll; all caws, damages, estates, wills, attachments, collections, etc. ; consultation Tree; no advance charges; call or write; even- irgs by appointment. Tel. Red CCC1. ADVICE fre*— i will advance cost In meritori- ous cases, divorces, probate acd all other lair cases; no fee* in advance: open every even- • Ing. J. M. THURSTON. 819 Market St.. r. 31. ADVICE fre«; divorces a epecialty;quick,qulet; bo charge without success: established 15 yrs. G. V7. HOWE. 1122 Market St.. opp. Hate's. AITKEN & AITKEN. attorneys, rs. 309-10-11 Clucie bldr- 603 California st.; teL Main 727. ADVICE free; no charge unless successful; all caces; open evjrs. W.W.Davidson. 927 Market. L. S. CLARK. Ertma Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar- ket «t.: tfn«u!taticn free: no fees in advance. BOAJIDIXG FOR CKILDHEX. WAXTED — Home for girl 3 years of age; Btste price. liox 2519. Call office. BUSINESS CHANCES. $20.000 — SAIX>OX. the best, the largest, or a jjanner for $10.c00 in sam«. $.;,*o<> — Splendid corner saloon on O'Farrell st. worth while to look after. *9uO— Saloon on Steuart st. 2 old. reliable corner groceries with bar. $4(KX> each; wortny price for experienced grocer. FRED ' J SCHMIDT. 26 Montgomery st. THIS is a genuine bargain and worth Investi- gating — J10C0 buys the Cypress Villa, the beet -paying hotel in San Rafael; splendid furniture; rent only $00; long lease if de- eired. For lull particulars. CROKER & CO.. ifal estate agents, 137 Montgomery st., room 23: also a restaurant for $t»00; rent fc;:r.. including 8 rooms; Easw city. $3O00 — PARTNER wanted manufacturing business; well established: 350 customers ;$4Oo profit mo. Luttermann & Co., 919 Mkt., 4. 54. fl25— RELIABLE man for permanent place; pays $75 per month; experience not required; short hours; light work. lOltt Market, r. 10. FOR sale or exchange, city real estate old lumber, coal feed business; long lease. "Pro- prietor. 2M» Mission it., near Twenty- fourth. SirrfXi WILL buy a cigar store up to date, well stocked: lens lease; transfer corner; rent $32 50; fine opportunity. Address M. A., Call. DAIRY with everything complete,, including 21 yuung cows and 3 horses, wagons and all the business for sale. Address or send orders by mall to GEORGE PAXAIOTIS, San Le- andro. Cal. FOR SALE — At u. bargain, an established gro. eery business in Maria County; inust be cold »i;lin the next ten days. . for particulars call at room 6, Wilklns block. San Ka- lael. Cal. FOR 6sle — Corner saloon; two years lease; good business at a sacrifice; no agents Box 1S82. Call office. $100 — GRAND bargain; restaurant; rent JJO 220C California nt. SALOON stiil grocery: daily $25; rent $30; 4 furr. LUTTEKMAXN &. CO.. 916 Mkt.. r. M. KALOON for eale: cheap if taken before 15tb inst. • Owner. 45 Van Ness a\e. EAKEItY and celicacy *:or* for eale; must be told: owner going away. 713 McAllister at. AN outnide route for »ale.' Apply Call office. ' CLASSIFIED advertisements and isubicriptioris received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been* established at 1036 Valencia ct. ¦ . LOUGIXG-UOISE8 FOIl SALE.. 100 ROOMS; house for men: rent $140 $4000 58 rooms; tenth of Market; rent $100.,.2UOO 24 rooms; corner; part cash: b&L easy.' 850 11 rooms; good Income; rent $20 S50 21 rooms; water front; rent $40; lease.. 65o 120 room*; pood lease: low. rent C500 f>7 rmi; apartment*; Western Add; rent. I 250 Money loaned at 1 per cent. Hotels, roa<! house*, flats. 5 to 100 rooms. EITKL Sc CARROLL.. 212 Kearny at. htAKIOX <;RIFFIX, rm. 406 Examiner bldg-. — • Hotels, apartment- hoot-es, flats and JtOOMlXG HOUSES. . \ 75— SNAP; C-room beautirul flat: 2 rooms pays rent.. Inquire 1032 Market tt.. rm.. 4. SUNNY, well I urn. cor. flat, 14 rm«; rent |37; price $C5a £04 Second st.. upstairs.' EMPLOYMENT WANTED — MALE. ACCOUNTANT will contract to keep books of small corporations: up-to-date methods; coat systems, stock records, etc.. a specialty. Ad- dress box 1085, Call. FOREMAN for vineyard, thoroughly acquaint- ed with winemaking. superintending, cellar, field and orchard, wishes position. 1 101 O'Farrell st. . JAPANESE boy desires work to help photo- grapher every afternoon without wages. Box 2300, Call. ' ¦ CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore. A BRANCH otnee for Call advertisements and eubscri) '"-os has been established at 1006 Va- lencia b. . ¦ KIXAXCIAL. COMPANIES incorporated and financed; stock and bond Issues guaranteed, underwritten and sold: rtcck accepted for services. Send for Pacific Stetes Investor. PACIFIC STATES MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post. FLATS TO LET. HOUSES and flats to let; an immense list; ser- vice absolutely, free; take advantage of this department: it will save you time and troub.e. Cordes Furniture Co., 245-25'J Geary St., on th? square. ' PARK flats; new; elegantly finished: on Sec- end ave. and C St., one block to McAllister cars: 6 rooms, 6 rooms. 7 rooms, 10 rooms; $25 to $45; sunlight all around; open. FLAT of 4 rooms to let. 251 Shipley St.; rent $10. ¦ ¦ $15 — SUNNY bay-window flat. 3 rooms and bath; no children. Key 524 Fell st. $1S-^SBNNY fiat; 5 rooms, bath. 516 Shrader at. at the Park. ___vj HOWARD. 2505 Vi — Lower flat 5 rooms and bath; warm belt; low rent. ¦» TO LET — Flat of 4 rooms; 1S07 O'Farrcll. HOOKER & LENT. 14 Post st. U GREENWICH. 2727 — Upper; sunny; C room3; rew; marine view; $25; open. 6-ROOM flat. Corn«r Cbcrch and Hancock sts., near Eighteenth. ¦ FLATS TO LET — FURNISHED. NICELY furnished sunny 7-room flat for July and August: rent very cheap. 1»C3 Pine st. FLATS FOR _ s^^~^' n;V1S H , '^' FURNISHED flat. 0 rooms, all oak furniture. $225; rent $30. C12H Leavenworth. FURNITURE FOR SALE. FURNITURE of 6-i^>m flat for sale; flat to let; party leaving city. Call 20S Chatta- noora st. FOR eale — Fine lodge carpet, new; also chairs, altars, desk and tables. 364 Hayes st. FURNITURE of 7-room 'house; 830 Sutter st.; Inspection en and after Monday; house to let. FURNITURE WAXTED. y L. AND L. Auction Co., 1059-61 Mission; phone Jessie 1871; apqt cash for furniture, etc A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission, phone Red 4402, buys, rents, repairs, packs, furniture, carpets. AF^r^THTATJs^jT^C^/S^IIellorGTanT'lSS HOTEL DEPARTMENT. 2 waitresses. Sea Beach Hotel, Santa Cruz, $25. .--.>-, > :< more waitresses. Pacific Grove, free fare, $25. :t waitresses, same springs, fares paid, $20. 2 waitresses, springs. Lake Co., party here, $25. Waitress, springs. Lake Co., fare paid, $25. 2 waitresses, springs, Lake Co., fares paid, $25. Waitresses, city, country, springs, resort ho- tels. $25. Chambermaid, springs, fares paid, $25. Chambermaids, first-class country hotel, free fare, $20. Chambermaids, city and "country. $20-$25. Starch ironers who can flute, first-class coun- try hotel, free fare and $35, room, board and washing. 2 starch ironers, same place. $35. Rapid ironer. same place, $35. Mangle girl, same place, $20. 2 chambermaids, hotel, Del Monte, free fare, $20.- ~ FAMILY DEPARTMENT. Cooks, housegirls, second girls, nurscgirls, city and country, $35- $15. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 423 Bush st. A BRIGHT young. lady living with parents for . candy gtore; will be taught; paid $7 week while learning and advanced. MRS. M. E. DAY. 351 O'Farrell st. HAIRDRESSING, manicuring, massage, hair work; removal of superfluous hair taught from A to Z in 2 weeks' for $4 50; positions guaranteed: $10 to $20 per week; school day and eve. 233 Geary, r. 13; maids prepared. HAIRDRESSING, .manicuring, massage, scalp treatment, hair work, removal of superfluous hair; $5 2 weeks; day and eve. class; wages $10 to $20 wk. 1236 Market, cor. Jones, r. 94. A — OPERATORS on ladles' underwear: good wages;/steady position. I. MAGNIN & CO., 656 Mission St. .. ' ¦ A — OPERATOR^^wanted on ladies', waists; good wages; slesWy employment. 656 Mis- sion St.. I. MAGNIN & CO. ' A— OPERATORS wanted on children's and in- f ants' wear; steady position; good wages. I. MAGNIN & CO.. 656 Mission st. WANTED — Young lady who Is an experienced stenographer; one who is familiar w4th the Smith Premier ¦ typewriter. Apply between » and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' FIRST-CLASS buttonhole makers, also flnlsh- »-rs on vests/ 230V4 Ninth st., opp. Clemen- tina. A— Practical Millinery School, estab. 14 years; terms easy. 816 O'Farrell, for. 1000 Van Ness. GIRL to assist in light housework. Apply 1632 < I'oEt Et.; small flat. ' WANTED — Slants operators and finishers. 5C0 Natoma st. WAXTED— Waitress. 76 Third st. '*'. ' •-" WANTED— Neat, reliable German or Swedish girl for second work. 1918 Jackson st. EXPERIENCED nurse to take care of chil- dren. 1733 Post st. , • ¦ ¦>»,¦¦; GIRLS want»d at QUIRK BROS.' bookbindery. 608 Clay it. . ¦ - GIRL for llpht housework. ' Apply 732 Treat ave., bet. Twentieth and Twenty-first sts. WANTED— It young ladies , for candy store. PARRY'S, 1304 Market Bt. . : GIRL for guneral' housework and cooking; wages $25. 170 Cole st. . . . .. TALENTED, amateur performers. Apply ; at Chutes 6 p. m. -Wednesday; salary no object. GIRLS to la "»rn millinery now for fall season; trade taugbt from start to finish In- 1 month for $5: poiltlons guaranteed at $10 per week up. French 8chool. 143 Stockton st.,~rm. 13. OPERATOR'! on ladles' underwear, children's wear and ladles" waists. " 43-53 Ellla st. 'Ap- ply bet. 9 and 10 a. m. Ask for MR. V.= MAGNIN. . . ¦, ¦,-,-.: GIRL - for fuctory work; good ' wages; steady employment; no experience necessary;' apply at once. <Uulf Bag Co.. 709-711 Front st ACTIVE.- thoroughly experienced business wo- man,' < capable ; of . holding ; position » of 1 trust.' Box l&Otf; Call. . _ , .,--.-¦ . . . . ; .5.*, .; > YOUNG girl assist. in housework; 3 in: family; sleep home. 1«18 Hayes »t. . . • . -,> < • WANTED- 'l. r oung ladies to assist on stock. L Apply HOI'd & NATHAN, 512 ' Market st. - GOOD girl vonted to w work. In ' bindery. MY- SELL. RO.I..UNB & CO., 22 Clay st. . YOUNG girl for light houseworks NE. corner Hyde "and "Jackson- sts.,- upstairs "> SPIRITUALISM. c ' MRS. ALICE TOBIAS. 122S Market st.— Circles Tuesdays and Frldays.8 p. m.; readings daily. MRS. BAXTER REYNOLDS, circles Tues. and Fri. 8 p. m.: readings dally. 462 Geary «t. KATIE HEUSSMANN, test circle Friday even- tng. 25c: sittings dally. 100U Harrison st. CLAIRVOYANTS. X^ CALL AT ONCE AND SAVE $2. My Regular $3 Reading This Week For $1. $1 $1. $1. $1. $1. *1. $L PROFESSOR PAUL DESTINE. The First Registered Trance Clainoyant and . Palmist Ever in San Francisco. I do hereby solemnly agree and guitantee to laike you no charge if 1 fall to tell your name, occupation and what you called for; I promise to tell you whether husband, wife cr sweet- heart is true or false; tell whom and when you will marry; in fact, I will tell you every hope. fear or ambition better than you can tell your- self. He restores lost affections, reunites the reparated, causes speedy and happy marrlag»». mskee you successful and prosp?rous, cures -disease and lost vitality without medicine. -Tc- cates hidden treasures; hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. , m.; Sundays 2 to 8. 326 O'Farrell pt.. a26. j MME. M. BEhSARI), THE FAMOUS Clainoyant and business medium, permanent- ly located at 17 Third St.. next Exam'.nfr b!(!g.: she rea-ls your life correctly, gives an | accurate description of the past, reveals the pieeent happenings and portrays events to oc- cur in the future; if you are in trouble, dis- contented or not satisfied in life, or have do- mestic, leve cr busiress troubles, consult this greet medium and you Trill be told how to overcome them: valuable advice in ell affairs cf l!fe; 2r>c up: satisfaction guaranteed; read- lngs by mail. Tel. B!e.ck 4&C9. 1SMAR. the Egyptian gypsy, clairvoyant and j palmist, pensnaently locattd at 1101 Market | St., cor. Turk: private readings dally. 10 as m. to 5 p. m. : readings by mail as «itisfn<.- tory *s in person: 3 questions answered, $1; full lire, f5: ser.d lock of hair, date and y<ar ¦ of birth: don't send currency. Send postofflre, I Wells-Fr.rso racnfy order or registered letter. A — MME. PORTER, scientific clairvoyant and card reader, bcrn with a double veil and sec- erd sight; tells the past, present and future; la<5ies. COc; gents. $1: by cards, palmistry srd clairvoyant sitting. $1 50. 126 Turk ft. MRS. BASH AM. clainoyant: come prrpared I with question!" 70S Van Xeas. cor. Eddy; tel. Sutter 3131. - CLAIRVOYANT, palmist, card r«ader. * re- moved frcm SC2 Minna «t. to 4C2 Franklin et.. nr. Grove; readings 10c for a short time. ; MRS BROWN, clain-oyent curd reader: Iadjes i 23c; gents 50c; readires dally. 132 Sixth st. I MME. WALTF.RP. crcat card reader; la. 25c: gf-nts GOo. i)51 Miff ion St.. nr. Cth: open Sun. I A — it me. Ravenna rtads life, business advice; names given; 20c up. 5 4th St.. near Market. ! MRS. SHAFER. clain'oyant card reader: Klt- tlncs daily. 44f>H Jessie st.. bet. r.th and Cch. j CARPET-HEATING AXD CLEANING; j AIR. compressed, dry. ice ccM. i* now unlver- i sally us. d in sanitarily cleaning carpets, on j f.oor. without removal or lniury: prices mod- 1 erate. Apply S. F. COMPRESSED AIR ! CLEANING CO.. Call big.: phone Main 5237. I WHEN you become disgusted with your work send for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works. 353-357 Tehama St. ; tel. South 40. CALIFORNIA Carpet- beating Co.. J. McQueen, proprietor, 323 Guerrero st. ; tel. Mission 48. | i TRY HOPKE BROS.' excellent carpet cleaning; \ ! phone Bush 421. 411-413 Powell Et. . ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter st.; tel. Main 3a4. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Props. RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prlc»s reasonable. 1703 Harri.on st. ; t«l. Mission 2«3. CONKLIN-S Superior Carpet-beating Works. 333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 126. I CHIROPODISTS. DUNLAP FOOT INSTITUTE. 50 Geary— All ailments of the feet cured: corns, bunions. etc COLLKCTIOJf OFFICES. ADVICE free; bad tenants ejected speedily. CO- LUMBIAN LAW AGCY.. r. 85. 91G Market; teL Red 618; collections; gen'l law buslnect. BAD tenants ejected fcr $4: collections mado: city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10; tel. 5580. UEXTISTS. £j DR?~LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market.nr. Eleventh — No. charge for extracting when plates are made; old plates made over like new; teeth frcm; $8- per set; extracting. 60c; gas given. REMOVAL. DR. C. W. RICHARDS, dentist, has re- moved frcm 47 Post st. to Mutual Bank bldg., room C14. corner Geary and Kearny sts. A NEW plate — The Whalebone— cannot break; - warranted 20 yrs.; crown, $3 50; fillings, 50c; plates. $5; full set; all work painless and war- ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth st. PARIS Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, ror. Bush — Set teeth, $1 &0 up; crowns,$2 up; filling", 25c. GOLD n! lines 75e. silver S5c. crowns $2; no pain; open Sunday. Dr.O.B.Hewltt.21>4 Sutter. 10 PER CENT off this month; estimates frefc j New Ycrk Dentists. OC0 Mission St.. cor. 6th. ! PRBSSMAKBRg & SEAMSTRESSES. ; McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School '' — Any pattern cut to measure. 1019 Market, j ACCORDION, sunburst & knife plaltmg. Stew- ! art's button & buttonhole factory. 110 Taylor. ; EDUCATIONAL. NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc- tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly practical; day. night. 24 Post; catalogue free. GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE, conducted by experts; best combined short- hand and commercial course to be had; in- dorsed by official court reporters. 1362 Mkt. HEALD'S SCHOOL OF MINES, 24 Post St., 8. F. — Thorough courses; complete equipment; all subjects pertaining to mining and mining engineering; day and night; catalogue free. AYRES. the leading business college, 723 Mur- ket ft.; special summer course, ip. all depart- ments; handsome catalogue free; life scholar- ship. (SO; day and evening sessions. THE Berlitz School of Languages has removed to 1000 Van Nees ave; rates reduced during summer. Send for catalogue. ; > DANCING Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evenings at Teutonla Hall, Howard St., near Ninth; management Prof. Foster. 'ENGINEERING — Civil, elec. mln.. meeh., eur- vey, assay, cyanide: day, eve.; est. 1804. Van der Naillen School, 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. A SUMMER school of shorthand and bookeep- icg; enroll now and be ready for position In fall. S. F. Business College, 1236 Market st. G. MANSFIELD, teacher of violin, guitar, mandolin, banjo. • 426 O'Farrell st. LESSONS given in Water Color or Oil Paint- ing from Nature. CURRIER, 372 Sutter st. ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing, etc., day or ere.; $5 mo. 102* Mission ,cr.6th. Chicago Business College, 1435 Market.nx.lOth. Pittman shorthand, typing, bookkpg. .$8 mo. HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St.. S. F.; founded 1863: new 80-page catalogue free. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. GEORGE^AOKlT"42i Post~et.T ?* l7 llu^n "l35? Japanese-Chinese employment office; :ur- ' I niahes best help; contracts for farm help, etc. A— ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chinese help. 428 Powell. Tel. Main 5752. RELIABLE Japanese Chinese Employment Of- fice: arfl kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 5183. CHINESE Employment Office — Best help &t Leon Seung. 411% O'Farrell; tel. East 428. GKAND Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office. 415 Stockton: tel. Grant 108; expert, reliable help. CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years. Tei. Main 1007. BRADLEY & CO., 040 Clay. EMPLOYMENT WAXTED— FEMALeT A YOUNG English girl wants general house- work in country: wages not less than' $25. Call, or telephone. Main C472. MISS PLUN- KETT. 425 Kutter st., near PowelL COMPETENT woman with a» child 5 years old wants position as housekeeper; wag?s $20 to g25. MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter st. AMERICAN woman withes situation as work- Ing housekeeper: neat' and reliable. Addrees 0 Housekeeper. 1055 Mission st. - WOMAN wants morning work; no objection to email wash. 14 Hlmmelmann St., off Pacific, near Taylor. . ; . - POSITION wanted by reliable middle-aged • American woman as nurse. Call/or address 313 Sutter st. RESPECTABLE mother and^ daughter deslns positions, cummer .resort, as chambermaids- pantry maid; plain eewlng; wages reasonable. Address box 3tK)l. Call. WANTED — Position by lady stenographer; ex- perienced,' able, energetic; $50. Box 1027. Call office. , WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call at Eaton's Bazaar. <33 McAllister st. _ E M1-U)YM EXT WAXTED— -JI ALE. WANTED--SItuation by. rnlddle-liged^GernTan] take care of. garden and horses; references. J.POTTIER. 417 Powell et. YOUNG man. wants a position driving single team ; wages $10 week. Box 2553. Call. YOUNG man, ace 23. wants work In country. Box 21581; Oil office. - HELP ¦ WAXTOIV— MALC-^Com. ' Shingle Jointer. Sonoma Co.. $35 and found. Dishwashers, waiters, porters for springs, $30 $50. $60 and found. , -¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦ • Clerk, general ¦ merchandise store. . fare •», Farmer and wife, Modesto. « $80 and found. Blacksmith, ranch, $2 day and found. By Midnight / kURRAY & READY. Wire and Mall. ¦ t 634-C36 Clay sC $1 FEE— THAT8 ALL. THAT'S ALL-$1 FEE. £'¦"' FREE FARE- TO YOU ALL. SOUTHERN PACIFIC SOUTHERN PACIFIC OWN WORK — Section and - extra gangs, all over the State, including San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara divisions.' Ship Morning, Noon and Night. , v " Laborers etc., all Fare Free — Come and see. MURRAY & READY. 684-636 Clay it. Y TO 69 SAWMILLS AND WOODS IN 4 STATES AND 2 TERRITORIES. LOCATED— Including all parts of California. 5 managers are at our office to-day — Bee thtm. /B65 men wanted. - __ R. R. FARE FREE. TUOLUMNE CO. 63 laborers, sawmill and woods, you 11 suit, i $co. > \\v:- ; YOUR FAH E PA.D gAWMiLLg found; also 186 woodsmen, mlllmen of. every description from swampers to engineers, come see up to $17i a month: head and secona chain tenders. OREGON. FREE FARE. *S0. $75 found, boss here; ox teamsters. $40 found: rip sawyer, $3 50 day; band sawyer shaper. $4 day, and 3 bench men $3 da'j: wood turner. $i day; log barker. $55 found; chute builder. $55 found; 3 sticker hands. $4 day. <;.- . -v *v'>J, TOGETHER YOU CAN GO NORTH. 3 head Dolbeer loggers. $90; second <2«"cular saw filer and millwright. $3 »» * "P?* 1 tenders $60; 2 log loaders. $65; 8 buckers, $60; 2 pond men. $2 25 day 2 lumber Kraders $3 day; 20 laborers to pile lumber. $60: band sawyer. 8150; 4 two-horse teamsters. »w. NIGHT CREW. Oiler. $2 25 day; green lumber srader. $2 00 day; hog deck man. $2 Jay; 8e . tte £i*3 » day carriage dogger. $2 25 a day: ojrbearer $2 25 dav: hoeman. $2 day; edgerman. $3 day; edWman's helper. $2 day; _ slab saw- yers T$2 a day: trimmers, $2 50 a day;.seo- ond -trimmer. $2 day; $2 28 ><*«*• Board etc. on above Jobs. $15 month, over- MURRAY A READY. 634-636 Clay St. T 1Pla™«r?" board yourselves, 10c far.. if laborers, city factory/ IT'S GOOD, $2 23 day. 300 laborers for all classes of work, located everywhere, buildings, excavating, factories, mills, etc.. $2, $2 25, J2 50 day and fcund; come, Bee. . 95 teamsters, different places, city and coun- try ' MURRAY & READY, 634-G36 Clay st. GOING HAYING? ! '¦ GOING HARVESTING? „.,„„_, GOING FRUIT PICKING? 286 haymakers, located • everywhere, fare from 60c, office fee $1. wages $1 50 a day and found; no Sunday work. - • 26 hayfleld men. mowers, etc.. $40 and found. :s»i5 farm, orchard, vineyard hands, $35 fd. 98 milkers, different localities, $25, $40 found. 10 butter and cheese makers, $40, $50 found. 25 ranch . teamsters, 4 horses, $40 and found. 2(1 chore men and boys, $35 to $13 and found. $1 fee. That's all. Jl fee. That's all. $1 fee. MEN AND WIVES. 15 men and wives for farms, orchards, mines, private places, etc.. $30. $60 and found. MURRAY & READY. 634-C36 Clay st. HOTEL, LAUNDRY. BAKERY. BUTCHER AND . OTHER DEPARTMENTS. 69 cooks, some second, third hands, for ho- tels, boarding-houses, camps, mines, ranches, hay, harvest crews, saloons, surveying out- fit, sawmills, cafes, etc., $80, $70, . $60, $50, $40, $30 and found: .chef cook, officers' mess, mine, SCO; 27 waiters, located everywhere, $50, $40. $30 and found. 46 pot and dish washers, etc.. $35 to $20 and found; 10 bell, elevator boys; porters, pantry, glass and silver boys and men, $35. $30 and $15 and found; 3 bedmakers, city, $30. ¦ 12 laundrymen, washers, starchers, distribu- ters. $1S week. 16 boys to learn .trades. Mine chief cook, $70. For hundreds of other positions we publish a free bulletin of. labor daily. 1002 We Gave MURRAY & READY, 43.C00 Men Work. 634-636 Clay ft. MAN and wife for mine; woman cook, few men; man as laborer, $C2 50 and found; waiter, tend bar. country. $40 and found. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. * AT THE CAL. EMP. AGENCY. 59 Third St.. near Call Bldg. Phone Bush 403. FREE FARE. S. P. R. R CO.'S OWN WORK. • .. 20 men for section, south. $1 60. 500 section hands for Yolo Co.. Monterey Co. Santa Clara Co. and- all parts of California and Nevada, $1 60. $1 75 and $2. Nevada: 50 teamsters, fence builders, surfacing hands, steel gang, tunnelmen and pile drivers. $2 to $3 day. FREE FARE. CHATSWORTH PARK. 10 tunnelmen $3 a day. 10 drillers, $2 25 a day. FREE FARE. NEW JOB SOUTH. SANTA CRUZ. 10 laborers. $1 50 a day and board. 25 laborers, near city. $2 25 a day. FREE FARE TO TUOLUMNE COUNTY. 10 lumber handlers and laborers. *$35. and board up; ship dally. COAL MINERS. FREE FARE. OREGON. FAMILIES SHIPPED FREE. 25 coal miners. ?.T to $5 a day. BIG LUMBER CO.. NORTH. R. R. WORK. 10 tunnelmen. $2 75 a day. 10 laborers and teamsters. $2 to $2 25 a day. No discount, no hospital fee. fine climate. g»od water. FREE FARE. IIUMBOLDT CO. 15 lumber pliers. $35 a month and board. FARE ADVANCED. 4 solderers for cannery. 20c an hour. 10 men for rock quarries. $2 to $2 50 a day. 10 four-horse teamsters, $2 50 a day. < 10 men to clear right of way. $2 25. ; CAL. EMP. AGENCY. 59 third st. FOUR machine mlner3, $3: C miners, $2 75 day; 4 tlmbermen .for mine, $3 day; 15 muckers. $2 50 day; 15 laborers, $2 10 day. fare advanced, see boss here to-day. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento et. MAN and wife, private family, $50; farmers and wives. $40 and $50r butter-maker. $40; milkers. $35; man about place, $30; boy for wholesale store, $6 week: stableman; shop 1 butcher: brickmakers; drayman, $18 to J22 50 week; jobbing blacksmith, $3 day; black- smith's helper. $2 50 day; band' sawyer; coopers, woodchoppers and many others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. COOK wife and dishwasher, country hotel, $125; hotel cooks, $35 and $60; night, cook, $35; cook, miners' boarding-house. $70; hotel second cook. $40; hotel porter, $30; 2 porters for institutions, $25; waiters, dishwashers and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 62S Sacrameato st. - - • ". A— DISHWASHER for first-class hotel. Lake Tahoe. $30 and found. Call this morning at MISS PLUNKETTS, 425 Sutter st:, near Powell. A — HOTEL GAZETTE. 20 Montgomery, r. 12 — 2 colored waiters, $32; pantryman, $30; sta- bleman, $35; bellboys, $15. A BOY for soda fountain; $6 week and .in- crease. MRS. M. E. DAY. 351 O'Farrell st. A "YOUNG man, reliable, energetic, experi- enced bookkeeper, to take a position near Folsom. Cal.: applicants must furnish first- class recommendations; good chance for right man. Box 1939, Call office. WANTED — A steady elderly man who under- stands the care of horses and do chores; a good home and $5 per month. Apply at 3228 Folsom st., corner" Preclta ave. BARBERS — Small shop in wholesale district; will,- take -partner; liberal arrangements to flrst-clasa workman and 'steady man. Box 25S2. Call office. . ' WANTED — Boys from 13 to 15 years of age. Apply between 0 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' .:.¦/..- . WANTED — Young "man with experience In keeping stock; must have reference-. Apply HOLM& NATHAN. 512 -Market St." TWO young men of good address to go on the road ;- good money for • right parties. Call, room 338. Golden West HoteL ~- ! WANTED — Practical farmer and wife without children; Napa County: good home.. 400 Montgomery st., room 24. ¦ ¦¦ , TRY our men's shoos, union made.at $1 pair; foot-form' shoes at $2 50; we pay express or mail charges.' 11: Third St.. : Examiner bldg. BOY wanted. UNITED STATES LAUNDRY, .; Sixteenth and Valencia sts. SHIRT finisher /wanted.. UNITED STATES- LAUNDRY, Sixteenth and Valencia sts, TRY our men's shoes,'. union made, at $1 pair; foot-form .shoes at $2 50; we pay express or mall charges. 11 Third st.. Examiner bldg. WANTED— A < young man, to work in a grocery ;-.: store ; ,. experience . preferred.' ' 435 . Third st. •, WANTED— Porter. 623 Post st. GOOD. bootblack wanted. ,411 Devlsadero st. WANTED— Barber to ' work short ¦ hours. ! Bar- ':¦ ber shop," Emporium..- ' .' ' \ . :,-„' . FIRST-CLASS waiter wanted; also day cashier. V29, Stockton «t.- ¦¦- : ~ :¦:.'; ; ' WANTED-^-Barber with about 1 year's experi- ence.'i 311, B st:, 1 San Rafael,* Cal. ¦' : - - BOY/ to"; learn;' plumbing; some experience in ;. ; electric work preferred, f; Box 2526, Call. BARBERS— For Bale, pood countrv shoo. Call at i 1547 Mission st. When vacation time comes, if you want a good thiny, . Read the Dally Call's ads— they arc certain to bring Just tjie place that you want, for their scope is so wide That thev cover the; field. We don't mean to deride Other papers' Want Ads, but the wise course you'll choose To be sure of success if our columns you use.