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THE SAjST -.TBAlvGJRCp CAXL, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1903.
12 nFXP WASTKD MALB— Can. WANTED— For the 17. S. Marine Corps, able- bodied, unmarried men. between 21 and 35; good character; must speak, read and writs English; marines serve at sea on men-of-war In all parrs of the world, on land In our Isl- and possessions, and at naval stations tn, th« Unlted States. Apply at recrultlnu offlce. 40 Ellis St., Ran Francisco. Cal.: 222»4 N. Main St.. Los Angeles. Cal., and 401 K St.. Sacra, mento, Cal. WANTRD— Laborers and mechanics to know that Eti Rolkln, Rtao House proprietor, still runs Denver House. 217 Third St.; 130 large rooms; 23c per night: $1 50 to $3 per week. XRY 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. 50O MEN to buy new and 2d-hand army shoes. 50c up; soling cheap. 023 Howard St.. nr. 5th. PENSION atty. E. A. Bull!*, room 40. Phelan bldg. Past Com. Geo. II. Thomas Popt.G.A.R. WINCHESTER Hotel. 41 Third st.. near Mar- ket 700 rooms. 33c night; reading rooms; free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry. ALL sizes men's »ho#», slightly damaged, naif price. SC3 Mission »t.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. GET your shoe* half soled while waltln*: 23c to COc. C«3 Mission st . hit. 1st ami 2d sts. HORSES AND V^AOONS. WELL matched pair of sorrel hor»»s to be gold at public auction. Wednesday. August 3. 11 o'clock, at Arcade Horse Market. 327 6th st. ON .account of golnr to build, entire stock of wagons, buggies and harness must b» sold at sacrifice. Ccrner 15th snd Valencia sts. RARE chance — 4 good horse* for sale cheap. 327 Sixth st. [ ONE fln« buggy, fruit wagon, cart, 2d-hand; new laundry wagon, cheap. 823 Harrison at. Al EXPRESS wagon, light caaplne wagon and rocart for sale cheap. 832 Mission st. HOUSES TO LET- V_V- A— PRINTED list cf houses to let; •S34 for circular. G.H.UMBSEN & CO..14Mant<omery $12 W) — NEW 4 -room corner house- on San Joaa ave. and Goethe St.. fronting San Mateo electric cars. JACOB HETMAX CO., 117 Sutter st. \ $10 — 3-ROOM house near Cortland a»e. and Fol3om st. cars; Spring Valley water In- cluded; privilege afterwards of btrylns It with your rent money. JACOB HEYMAN CO.. 117 Sntter st. BROADWAY. 1316. near Van Ness— 8-rocm sunny house, stable, large ya-4. BEFORE moving get cur printed list of houses to l»t. TtAT.DTVTV * HOWTTLL. 23 Post »t. HOUSES TO LET FURNISHED. PACIFIC ave. — New and comptste. This Is not a cheap, old-fashioned place, bnt «h* finett rental prjpu-v in San Fraacl»;o. THE Mc- CARTHY CO.. 646 Market st. ¦ $450 — HOUSE. 12 sunny rooms; good furniture: fine piano and sewing-machine Included; rent $33; 3 rooms pay It. 1533 Buchanan st. A WELL furnished house, piano. 10 rooms; very sunny: fine location: 1373 Masonlo »Te. Apply MADISON & BURKE. 30 Mont». St. SUBURBAN HOUSES. \ 3-ROOM cottage, furnished at "Camp Echo." Larkspur Canyon. C. A. HOLM or postofflce. LOCKSMITHS AND ELECTRICIAN S. Locksmith and electrical works; I make and re. pair anything. E.J.Schnetzler. 113 McAllister. LOST AND FOUND. LOST — Along lower Geary and Market sts.. lady's gold watch 'with short chain; dog's head engTavetf on back. Finder will receive reward by returning to cashier Call office or 757 Fifty-ninth st.. Oakland. LOST — A pass book with the Hlbernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco. In the name of AGNES E. HAYES. No. 232-1362. The finder will please return to bank. LOST — A pocketbook containing papers of no •value excert to owner; the currency may b» retained by finder. Return book to CHAS. I. HAVENS, architect. 55 Flood building. LOST — Black cocker spaniel dog at terry build- ing, foot of Market st. : tag No. 706. Finder kindly notify I. H. BURRELL. 513 Central Bank building. Oakland, and receive reward. LOST — Certificate of deposit No. 5094. dn»wn July 23. on Union Savings Bank, for $60."' J. R SUMNER. 438 Van Ness ave. LOST — German canary from vicinity of Stock- ton and Vallejo sts. 7C3 Vallejo St.; reward. LOST— Fox terrier bitch, brown head; answers name Dottle; liberal reward, 14 Eddy st. LOST — Pair rimless eyeglasses, chain; reward at 830 O'Farrell st. MRS. SIMONS. IT will pay to "Remember" that the Callforni% Watch Case Co.. 220 Setter st., needs old r.iM •>«* «il»»» tn mak«> ti#w w»toh <-<<»»« ~ HKDIC.VL. • MRS. DR. WYETH. specialist for all female complaints: Instant relief guaranteed; 30 years' experience. 72S Post St.. near Jones. MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe- male troubles and Irregularities: Instant re- lief guaranteed. 1008^4 Market st.. opp. 5Vx. VALPEAU'S female pills; best regulating fiom sold: price $2 60 by express. Pasteur's syr- inge and tablets: price $2 50. By express only on receipt of price. OSGOOD 'BROTH- ERS, wholesale druggists. Seventh and Broadway. Oakland. DR. G. W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or In trouble consult this specialist on fenul* complaints: positively corrected; the unfor- tunate helped; the most difficult cases treat- ed: advice free. Offlce. 101S Market st. MRS. D. ALLEN. 1113 Market— Reliable ladies* specialist; a private home 'before and during confinement: best medical care: low fees. DR. and MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERB3; original method of treatment. 112S Market st, Drs. Goodwin. 733 Turk. nr. Van Ness— Expert . in obstetrics, female comp.: 25 yrs. exper*nc». DR. ROSEN, moved to 2993 Folsom st.. cor. 26th: relief $10; ladles' exclusive offios. DR. NG TOY KEE. 310 Powell St.. opposite Union square: nil HUtnscn cured by herbs. ailSCELL,VNEOUS — FOR 9ALI1. BOILERS, engines. 2-hand machinery. MelN- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont St. A GOOD reason to buy diamonds, watches and Jewelry from us Is that you need only pay a small weekly payment on all purchases; all goods delivered on first payment. Call and examine our goods, even if you don't care to buy. LICHTEN3TEIN BROS.. 25 Stockton. DOES YOUR KOOF LEAK? Repair it with elaterite; In rolls easy to lay: needs no painting or coating; good over old Iron, tin or shingles: best for n«>w roots. ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market at. SECOND-HAND machinery, boilers, engine*, pumps, water pipe, bought, sold, rested and exchanged. See Sunday's papers. H.S.WH1TU MACHINERY COMPANY. 130-132 Beale sc , A— Fine suits. $7 50; dress pants. $2 30. Orig- inal Misfit Clothing Parlors. 23S Kearar. sc. nesr Bush; open to 9 p. m. Sunday to noon. A— $3 SO DERBY and fedora hats. $1 73. Pop. ular Price Hatters. 330 Kearny st.. nc&r Pine: open till 9 p. m. Sunday to noon. A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery en- gines, boilers, water pipe, ibafttn*. pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. C53-233 Spear st. SECOND-HAND 10-borsepower boiler for sale. Oakland Pickle Factory, 1622 Grovs St.. Oakland, ' FOR sale— 500.COO first-class new brick: at Gle a Ellen. Inquire of. DR. C. C. O'DONNELL. 1C21'A Market st. ' FOR sale— No. 2 Smith premier typewriter; $60. Box 4935. Call offlce. MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sal*, rental; bargains. Bullard & Breck. i:il Post sC ONE camping outfit for sale; 2 horses, wagon snd harness. 738 Folaom st. | SLOT machines: all varieties. Deweys. ii0.00^ Eureka Novelty Co.. 13^8 Seventh. Oakland. MILES of Pipe and fittings: all sizes. KU- GENE RILEY A SONS. 108 Valljjo st. MOVING picture tilra • and long slides. 10D Montgomery st. SAFES — New and second-hand. K. B. BSCK & CO.. 122 Market st. All bargains; camp stools and -hair* hammocks, metal beds. mattreisse8.J.F.Hotter.712 Mission Edison phonographs, records, supplies, movint plctcre machines, films. Bacigalupl. 833 Mkt. GASOLINE engines, automobiles and Uanebes. all sizes. J. E. IX) A K. 46 Frennoct at. SAFES— New and second-band. THE HER. MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento at. ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters; alt makes. ALEXANDER A CO.. UP Mor.t«/y. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED — 100 teams weighing from 1200 to 140Q. pounds at $1 per span and feed by th» E. B. & A. L. Stone Company, for railroad grading for the Butte County Railroad Com- pany, near Chlco. Inquire either at the Oak- land or Chlco offlce. .TILTON want* good second-hand clothing aivj theatrical goods. 154 8th st.: tst Jessie 2881. $9000 WORTH cast-off clothing wanted; highest \ price paid. 322 Graat ave.; toL Re4 3&£X HELP WANTED — FEMALE— Coa. ™ S ¦" " GIRLS FOR KACTORY WORK; GOOD WAGES; PAID WHILE LEARNING; STEADY EMPLOYMENT; APPLY AT ONCK. AMES & HARRIS. 100 SACRAMENTO ST. AT OUR NEW FACTORY. 1873 MISSION ST%, NEAR FIFTEENTH. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVERALLS WANTED. INEXPERIENCED PAID SALARY WHILE LEARNING OPERATORS AND RIVKTEKS ALSO WANTED AT OUR MAIN FACTORY, 82% FREMONT ST. LEVI STRAUSS & CO. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. WANTED. WOMEN AND GIRLS TO CUT FRUIT: GOOD WAGES AND STEADY WORK. AP- PLY CUTTING BRANCH CAJtNERT, CALI- FORNIA FRUIT CANNERS: ASSOCIATION, CORNER SEVENTH AND BERRY STS. WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit and canning; steady work; highest wageb. Apply California Canneries Co., Brannan et., between Third and Fourth. WOMEN and girls to work on fruit: steady employment highest wages. CODE-PORT- WOOD CANNING CO.. Bryant and Tenth. GIRLS to learn millinery now for fall season; trade taught from start to finish in one month for $5; positions guaranteed at $10 week up. Eve. School only. 143 Stockton St., rm. 13. • GIRL assist in light housework. 2 In family, and care of little boy; no washing; $10. 2607 Howard st. ' GIRL of 16 to help In housework and other work; live at home. Apply Thursday, 8 to 9 a. m., at 1827 Polk st. A LADY of Indomitable energy to make money and a convincing talker. F. PERSON, 477 and 478. Parrott building. A — OPERATORS on children's woolen coats and, dresses. 656 Mission st.. third floor. A — OPERATORS on ladies* underwear. 656 Mission St.. third floor. APPRENTICE for hair business at G. LEDERER'S, 123 Stockton et. WANTED — Neat, reliable girl; good cook. Ap- ply fcrenoons. ."J66S Twentieth st. IRONERS on ladles' and children's wear. 656 Mission st.. third floor. / APPRENTICES and trimmers wanted In mil- linery store at V92 McAllister st. COMPETENT girl for general housework; wages $25. 1332 Fulton St.; Ellls-st. car. WOMAN of business training for commercial position. Box 4U59. Call offlce. WANTED— Girl to assist with second work; mu&t be good seamstress. 1307 Hyde. GIRL for housework. 51 Cumberland place, be-"' 2 tween 10th and 20th; Guerrero and Dolores. YOUNG woman for light housework: references. Call at 1247 Polk st. WANTED — Nursegirl; one of experience pre- ferred; references. 2607 Fillmore st. 2 WAITRESSES wanted at 613 Clay st. EXPERIENCED Lamb knitting machine operators, crocheters and hand sewers. Ap- ply J. J. PFISTER KNITTING CO.. 412 Polk at. / PICK hops in August; enjoyable, healthful and very profitable outing for men; women and children. Call or write E: CLEMENS HORST CO.. 122 Battery St.. San Francisco. DRIVING-GLOVE makers, also girls to learn Klove finishing: wages from start. CARSON'S GLOVE CO., 123 Second st. OPERATORS ON SHIRTS AND OVERALLS. STANDARD FACTORY. CORNER GOUGH AND GROVE STS. GIRLS for factory work; permanent positions: good wages; no experience necessary; paid while learning. Gulf Bag Co.. 709-711 Front. WANTED — Experienced feeder on ruling ma- chine. Apply SANBORN. VAIL & CO., 741 j' Market st. • ITALIAN lady who can speak English wanted to travel. Apply Girls' Directory, Central • ave. and Waller st. . WANTKD— A waitress. Call corner Ninth ave. and Fulton St.'; RITTER'S. CIGAR box paster wanted, experienced. EL- L1S & GAUTADINE. 226 Fremont St. WANTED — Girl to do general housework: wages. $20. 791 McAllister st. r, GIRLS wanted to work. - Inquire Oakland Pickle Factory, 1622 Grove St., Oakland, Cal. ELDERLY German Catholic woman: cooking and housework; $7 per week. 1071 Market st. GIRL for general housework; some washing; must be a Catholic. Box 49'U, Call offlce. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch offlce. 2200 Fillmorc. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 1096 Valencia rt. . HELP .WANTED— MALE. AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.. EMP. AGENTS. 429 Buhh st 642 Clay st. Hello, Grant 185. FREE FARE.. SHIPPING DAY.. FOR .Caspar tunnel, Mendoclno Co.; steamer sails to-day. ' Tunnelmen, teamsters, laborers $2-$2 75 Chatsworth Park, machine men, drlllers.$2-$3 (Bonus 23c day remain until work is done.) Electrical engineer and machinist. Nevada. $75 and found. (Run power-house tunnel Plan). \, Cook, hotel. Nevada. $75-$80 Tunnel foreman. California $4-$5 day Section hands", all divisions, Cal $1 70 (Absolutely free fare for all above.) 4 4-horsn teamsters $40 15 Scandinavian lumber pliers, north.. $52 fd. Ranch teamsters, $35; milker, $30; black- smiths: plumber's helper: man to run incuba- tor and help around, $".0 and found; carriage maker; laborers: teamsters, $2-$2 25. . HOTEL DEPARTMENT. Managing steward, country club... ......$175 Steward, small, hotel.... ......$-10 Austrian. Swiss ¦ or ¦ German first and second, cooks, country hotel. •• or cook and wife .'.$100 Second cook,- country hotel, $50; bakers, res- taurant, country. $G0.> Second butcher, country hotel, free! fare. ,$C0 Fryers, broilers, kitchen, help,- city. . .$30- $75 - Pantryman,* country hotel, free fare. .. ...$25 Dishwashers... potwashers, springs and coun-' . try resorts, free fare. 2 waiters/help and nurse, halls, «prings..$30 Young man, commissary department. ...7. $25 Butchers, country shops," $35: .waiters, bell- boys, city and country, $20-$35; others. ... • ' ' Smith the butcher," Turner the cook, Joe Ha- .- los-the baker," please report. ¦«*, . Offlce boy. this offlce. .? . Bowling alley man. Lake Tahoe, free fare.$25 ¦ CR. HANSEN & CO., Employment Agents. Bush st... .. .......... ;..... 642 Clay st TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 per. -pair,' foot-form, shoes at $2 50, ! or, orthopedic v shoes, $3 50; beat shoes on earth/ • 11 Third j st.,". Examiner building, 6 doors from Market. EMPLOYMENT WASTED FEMALE. A MIDDLE-AGED reliable refined woman, first-class cook, extra fine bread baker, wants position In small family;. no washing; refer- ences; car fare expected; wages $3 per week. Bex 4952. CalL^ . ¦ AN American woman • wants situation to do general housework; good plain cock;" good home and moderate wages. 1065 Market st. ; no postals. YOUNG girl wants position to wait upon lady; good sewer; understands hatrdresslng; will- ing to do light second work; city or country. Box 4937. Call Offlce. * A YOUNG lady with 3 years' practical experi- ence In topographical and railroad . draught- ing desires position with draughting pfflce In city; Al references. Box 4231. Call. COMPETENT woman wants waiting or cham- ber work, hotel or boarding-house; would leave city. Apply 613 Ellis st. A YOUNG woman (German) wants work by the day; washing or cleaning. Address M. W., 147 South Park. * / TRAINED nurse would. take care of sick per- son: out of city preferred. . Call or address NURSE, 623 O'Farrell st. TRAINED nurse wishes hourly engagements; can give baths, rubbings or any care the sick may require. Phone Scott 3151. « WANTED — At a moderate salary, a position as offlce assistant. Address box 4943. Call. WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call lit Eaton's Bazaar. 633 McAllister st. EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE. BARTENDER. North German, slnule, 37 years of age, 23 years' experience in New York hotels, but lately arrived, seeks position; or as an Inside man In any wholesale business, salesman, shipping clerk, etc.; speaks and writes German and English fluently: city or country. GEO. BRANDHORST. 532 Third. YOUNG man would like work as carpenter; 10 years' experience as bench, and machine hand. Box 4954, Call. ¦» A COMPETENT gardener wishes position in a private place. Address S. R., box 4051. Call. DISTINGUISHED gentleman with high refer- ences and long years of experience In Central American republics and Mexico, well con- nected with government business and private circles. epea.klng several languages, desires to go back as manager or representative for large concern. Box 4938, Call offlce. BOOKKEEPER on a ranch; well-educated young man who has previously been em- ployed In above capacity seeks similar posi- tion; highly recommended by last employer; is a stenographer and typist; abstainer; bonds if required. Box 4246. Call office. POSITION as salesman, 15 years' experience " In mercantile business, also had experience In railroad Wells-Fargo and bookkeeping. Box 4248. Call offlce. SITUATION 'wanted, charge of house and grounds city or country, or stable work, by single reliable man; best . references. Box S04. Call offlce. Oakland. ; j SITUATION wanted by* experienced young florist and gardener to take charge ' of big I place, either private or commercial: good I reference. Address A. W.. box 4227, Call. WORK wanted by a man that understands the cleaning of empty flats and putting them in renting order; good references. Address O. K.. box 4259. Call office. 9 WANTED — Position in or hear San Francisco by linotype operator-machinist; 8 years' ex- perience, day work preferred. Address box 43. Petaluma. Cal.. MAN of 30 years, honest, steady and sober, wants position as grocery clerk In or near city. Address box 4942. Call offlce. YOUNG Japanese boy wants a situation as school boy. T. UEHARA. care Shlranul Kwan, 431 Stevenson st. GOOD Japanese boy wishes situation as school boy. H.- TAKATSUKA, care Shiranul Kwan, 431 Stevenson st. i A GERMAN, middle-aged and single, wishes a i situation In grocery store and barroom; flrst- class references. W. BOHLING. 417 Kearny. EXPERIENCED stenographer, 21 years of I age, desires position. Box 4264. Call offlce. ! SITUATION wanted by a young man to tend : bar; very best of reference. Box 4947, CalL ' JAPANESE wants housework between 4 and ! 8 p. m. FRANK. 2007 Hyde st. • JAPANESE cook wants place; do kitchen work. 832 Clay st.. rear. Oakland. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch offlce. 2200 Flllmore. EXCHANGE. ', A GASOLINE 4 horsepower automobile for ex- .change for city or country property; will as. sume a mortgage or pay a cash difference: automobile guaranteed In first-class condi- tion. J. S. MYERS. 1002 Broadway. Oakland. FINANCIAL. COMPANIES incorporated and financed; atock and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and sold; stock accented for services. Set.d for i Pacific States Investor. PACIFIC STATES ; MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post. ! FLATS TO LET. , j AN elegant, convenient and sunny corner upper j 1 «i-room Hat. basement, bath; half block from Market St.; within 13 minutes' ride of Golden Gate Park: Castro and Eighteenth st. cars. ;ni43 Seventeenth st. HOUSES and flats to let; an Immense list; ser- vice absolutely free; take advantage of this department; it will save you time and trouble. Cordes Furniture Co., 243-259 Geary tt.. on the square. PARK flats; new; elegantly finished; on Sec- ond ave. and C St.. one block to McAllister cars; 5 rooms, 6 rooms, 7 rooms, 10 rooma; $25 to $45; sunlight all around; open. - - LANGTON. 20, bet. Howard and Fclsom, 7th and Sth— Upper flat of 6 sunny rooms. | NOE. 151. north Market— Sunny corner flat, 3 bay-windows; 6 rooms* and bath; $30. $11 — COTTAGE of 4' sunny rooms, yard. 132 Rose ave.. bet. Gough and Octavla sts. A NICE 7-room flat; new, tinted, sunny; reas- onable. 447 Broderick st.. bet. Hayes, Fell.' A SUNNY flat, 6 rooms and bath; rent reason- able. 384 Fell St.. near Octavla. HARRISON, fl21, near Fifth— Sunny flat. 5 rooms; newly papered; rent $18. TWO new modern upper flats. 6 rooms each; sun all day. Cor. Twenty-sixth and Florida. TO let — Flat ¦ of 4 rooms; 1897 O'Farrell. HOOKER A LENT. 14 Post st. XO let — Flat of 6 rooms and bath. 452 Tehama street. GREENWICH. 2727— Upper; sunny; 6 rooms; new; marine view; $25; open. . . FLATS TO LET — FURNISHED. FURNISHED sunny flat; new furniture. Call 1301 Leavenworth st.. 10 to 4; references. FLATS FOR SALE — FURNISHED. SNAP; 3 new elegant bedroom »rt»; owner going awfly; flat for rent. Box' 4'.).'U.- Call. FURNITURE WANTED. . A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission, phone Red 4162, buys, rents, repairs, packs furniture, carpets. -HELP W AKTED— FEM *££' -_^. WANTED— 2 institution cooks. $40. $50; 2 German cooks no washing $35; 3 cooks, little wash, $30; laundress. $30; hotel laun- drc gg $30, fare paid : chambermaid. . $20; ranch cook. Redwood City. $30; 5 hotel wait- resses. $20. $25; laundress. 3 days week, $1 50; pantry girl. $25; 3 cooks, small board- ing-houses. $25. $30; German governess. $25; 'French nurse, $25; 4 second girls. $25; kitchen helper for Institution. $2S a large number of girls for housework, $25 and $30; I chambermaid and laundress. $25. J. F. I CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st. A COOK. Institution, $35; wompn to work part . of the day. $4 a week; seamstress and cham- bermaid, $25: 2d -girl. $25; cook,- Sausallto, 2 in family. $35. MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter. HAIRDRESS1NG, 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. A — LADIES, learn all branches halrdressmg trade; manicuring, massage, etc. ; 1236 Mar- ket St., cor. Jones, room 1)4; positions secured at highest wages; day and, (%e. class; call. EMBROIDERY teacher wanted; a thoroughly experienced woman; .must understand stamping and have complete knowledge of art needlework; state experience, references and salary expected. Address box 4956. Call. WANTED — Young woman who is experienced In art goods, embroidery material, etc. Ap- ply between 0 and 11 a. ¦ m., at HALE BROS.' • ; ¦¦- ¦ YOUNG lady for offlce work; must be accu- rate and good at figures; state salary ex- pected and give references. Bdx 4958, Call. GIRL for general housework; small family; $20 and sleep at home. Call 2320 California st.. before 11, a. m. NEAT young girl. 15 years or over, white or colored, to . take care of child. Apply 2020 . Green st. ¦> . ¦ . . SWEDISH young ¦ woman for general house- . work, plain cooking;; small family. "2214 Leavenworth st. , ¦ . ., ' A — Practical Millinery School.' estab. 14 years; . terms eajsy. 816 O'Farrell, for. 1000 Van Need. 1 1X)DGIXG-HOPSES FOR SALE. . i 100 ROOMS; house for men; rent * 1 *^-,-"**^ 6S rooms; south of 'Market: rent $100. 2000 24 rooms; ccrner; part cash; bal. easy. 8*0 11 rooms; good Income; rent S20. 21 rooms; water front; rent $40; .ease. C50 120 rooms; gocd lease- low rent........ 6500 67 nns.; apartments ;W estern Add; rent, -.x* Money loaned at 1 per cent. Hotels, roadhouses. flats. 5 to 100 rooms. EITEL & CARROLL, 212 Kearny st. ' MARION GRIFFIN, rm. 406. Examiner bldg,— Hotels. Apartment Houses, Flats and ' ROOMING HOUSES. A BIG FREE LIST. SEE MOSSMAN For lodging-houses. 850 Market st. HOUSE 8 rooms: 6 rooms pay $13S monthly: cost $1200; price $500. 804 McAllister at. SUNNY well-fur, cor. flat. 14 rms.; rent $40, lease: price $700. 204 Second St.. upstairs. ~ SPIRITUALISM. % EDWARD EARLE, 1063 Ellis, readings daily, 9:30 to 4; reances Sunday and Thursday. MME YOUNG'S convincing test circle to- night. 10c. 619 McAllister; come, skeptics. JOHN SLATER, circle to-night. 8:15; readings dally, 10 to 4. 336 O'Farrell st. KATIE HEUSSMAN. circle Friday evening. 2.V; sittings. 1000 Harrison st.. cor. Sixth. CLAIRVOYANTS^ A^ cXLL~AT"0NciTAND SAVE $2 My Regular $3 Reading This Week for $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 SI '!- PROFESSOR PAUL DESTINE. The First Registered Trance Clairvoyant ana Palmist Ever In San Francisco. I do hereby solemnly agree and guarantee to make you no charge If I fall to tell your name, occupation and what you called for; I promise to tell you whether husband, wife or sweet- heart Is true or false; to tell whom and when you will marry; in fact. I will tell you every hope fear or ambition better than you can tell i yourself. He- restores lost affections, reunites the separated causes speedy and happy mar- riages makes* you successful and prosperous, cures disease a'nd lost vitality without medi- cine, locates hidden treasures; hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays 2 to 8. 326 O'Farrell St.. o26. MME. M. BERNARD. THE FAMOUS Clairvoyant and business medium, perma- nently located at 17 Third St.. next Examiner bldg.; she reads your life correctly, gives an accurate description of the past, reveals the present happenings and portrays events to occur in the future; If you are in trouble, dis- contented or not satisfied In life, or have do- mestic love or business troubles, consult this great medium and you will be tcld how to overcome them; valuable advice In all affair* of life- 25c up; satisfaction guaranteel ; read- ings by mall. Tel. Black 45(3. ISMAR. the Egyptian gypsy, clairvoyant and palmist, permanently located at 1104 Market et.. cor. Turk; private readings dally, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; readings by mal! as satisfac- tory as In person; 3 questions answered, $1; fuli life. $3; send lock of hair, date and year of birth; do.i't send currency. S;nd postofflce, Wells-Fargo meney order or registered letter. A — MME. PORTER, scientific clairvoyant and card reade-, born with a double veil and sec- ond sight; tells the past, present and future; ladles. 50c: ffi-nts. $1; by cards, palmistry and clairvoyant sitting; $1 60. 126 Turk st. Mrs. A. H. Kronenberg. palmist, clairvoyant, card reader, will give a good reading, 10c. for a short time only; when others fall try me to convince yourself. 402 Franklin near Grove. A — Mm*. Ravenna reads life, business advice; names given; 25c up. 5 4th st.. near Mi-.rKet. OLDEST lady palmist and card reader tn city. 26^i Kearny. room 20; ladles 25c, gents 50c. MME. MARSEAU, clairvoyant card reader; ladies. 25c; cents. 50c. 545 Minna tt. MRS. SHAFER, clairvoyant card reader: slt- tings dally. 44J-J4 Jessie et.. bet. Sth and 6th. CARPET-nEATIXG AXD CLEAXIXG. AIR. compreseed. dry. Ice-cold. Is now univer- sally used in sanitarily cleaning carpets, on flcof, without removal or injury; prices mod- erate. Apply S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. Call big. : phone Main 5237. WHEN you become disgusted with your work send for SPAL'bDIXG'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works. 355-SS7 Tehama st- ; tel. South 40. CALIFORNIA- Carpet-beating Co.. J. McQueen. proprietor. 329 Guerrero et., tel. Mission 49. TOY HOPKE BROS.; excellent carpet-beating; mattresses made over. 1432 Howard ;South 216 ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter sL : tel . Main 394. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Props. RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet-beating works; prices reasonable. 1703 Harrison St.; tel. Mission 263. CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works. 333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 126. DEXTISTS. j DrTlUDLUJI HILL. 1443 Market, nr.Eleventh ' — No charge for extracting when plates are made: old plates made over like new; teeth from $S per set: extracting. &0c; gas given. REMOVAL. DR. C. W. RICHARDS, dentist, has re- moved from 47 Po*t st. to Mutual Bank bldg.. room C14. corner Geary and Kearny ste. A NEW plate — The Whalebon| — cannot break; warranted 20 yrs.; crown. $:^50; filling!". 50c; plates. $3: full set; all work painless and war- ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st. PARIS Dental Parlors. 2.T3 Kearny. cor. Bush — Set teeth. $1 50 up: crowns, $2 up; fillings,25c. GOLD fillings 75c, silver 35c. crowns $2; no I>£.in; cpen Sunday. Dr.O.B.Hewltt.204 Sutter. 10 PER CENT off this month; estimates free. New York Dentists. 0C0 Mission et., cor. Cth. .DRESSMAKERS & SEAMSTRESSES. McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School — Any uattern cut to measure. 1019 Market. ACCORDION, sunburst & knife, plaiting. Stew- art's button & buttonhole factory, 110 Taylor. DYEING ACTS CZ.EA.TX27O. SEA breezes sweeten all garments, blankets, lace curtains, etc., done by the Presidio Heights Dye Works. 3915 Sacramento; phone lor wagon. West 453. H. HICKMAN. pres. EDUCATIONAL. A — CALDWELL College of Oratory. Acting, Opera and Authorship; largest In the West; 14 teachers; positions guaranteed; fall term begins Sept. 7; day & evening class; beautiful new catalogue free. 1295 Market, cor. Ninth. SAN FRANCISCO Business College. 1236 Mar- ket; modern, progressive, practical; estab- lished 15 years. Gregg shorthand, fastest, easiest, most readable. Actual business bookkeeping; typewriter at home. free. HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 Post, S. F. — Bookkeeping, shorthand, touch typing, languages, telegraphy, English branches; day and night sessions; Illus. catalogue free. GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE, conducted by experts; best combined short- hand and commercial cournc to be had; in- dorsed by official court ret>orters. 1362 Mkt, AYRES. the leading business college, 723 Mar- ket et. ; special summer course in all depart- ments: handsome catalogue free; life scholar- ship, $50; day and evening sessions. HINMAN'S Academy; a thorough school of dancing; eft. 20 years; 1412 Polk St., bet. Pine and California; adult class now open; children's class will open Sat. aft., Aug. 15. HEALD'S School of Mines & Electriclty,24 Post St., S. F. ; a practical school of engineering; complete equipment. Special catalogue free. THE Berlitz School of Languages has removed to 1000 Van Ness ave.; rates reduced during summer. Send for catalogue. ENGINEERING — Civil, elec. mln., mech., sur- vey, ansay. cyanide; day. eve.; est. 1864. Van der Naillsn School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. SYSTEM, discipline and results; the Golden Gate Commercial College, Van Ness and Golden Gate aven.,S.F.;fl!ls every requirement DANCING Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evenings at Teutonla Hall, Howard st.. near Ninth; management Prof. Foster, j KENT Law School; day and night; assures ad- misflon to the bar. 6 Eddy. cor. Powell. SPANISH Academy — Professor Arrlbas ; classes day and evening; private lessons. 834' Sutter. LESSONS given In Water Color or OH Paint- Ing from Nature. CURRIER.. 372 Sutter st. ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar. writing. etc.; day or eve.; $5 mo. 1024 Mlsslon.nr.6th. Chicago Business College. 1435 Market, nr. 10th. Pittman shorthand, typjng. bookkpg.. $8 mo. _ EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. GEORGE AOKI. 421 Post TTTltetTir^sTlsti^ Japanese-Chinese employment offlce; fur- nlshes best help; contracts for farm help, etc. A — ORPHEUM Employment Offlce — Japanese- Chlnese help. 426 Powell. Tel. Main 6752. A — GRAND Japanepe-Chlnese Emp. Offlce. 415 Stockton; tel. Grant 168; cxpcrt,rellable help. RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of- fice; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 5188. CHINESE and Japanese help; estab 20 years Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO.. 640 Clay! EMPLOYMENT 'WANTED— FEMALE. A SUPERIOR cook, Protestant,' with best of references, wishes situation; wages $*5 to $50. Bee J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter. COMPETENT girl wishes housework in a small family; wages. $25; car/are expected. 25A Silver st. . YOUNG girl would like to learn dressmaking. Address 924 Natoma st. HELP. WANTED MALE— Con. MURRAY & READY. ¦¦-.#,¦ 634 and 636 Clay st. Phone Main 5848. Phone Main 5843. 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. 1002 We GaveV 1903 We'll Give 45.000 Men Work. 60,000 Men Work. We Ship You Free to One, Free To-day. Free to AIL Ogden, Utah. , , All parts Nevada, Lcs Angeles County. Santa Barbara, Chatsworth, Park, Hawaiian Islands. Santa Susana. Oregon, San Fernando. .. Washington. Los Angeles County, Central America. Arizona. Willlts. Uklah. t And All Points Ncrth. East. South. Including Ogden, Utah. Carpenters and helpers, pile drivers, fence builders, drillers, single, double and machine men. corner and bench hands, muckers, .chuck tenders, car dumpers, teamsters, la- borers, track men, cooks, waiters, black- smiths, etc., $5. $4. $3 50, $3. $2 50. $2 day. Free Fare. Free Fare. Fr.ee Fare. Everybody Talking. Thousands Going. Are You? . Are You? Are You? MURRAY & READY. . 634 and 636 Clay st. 155 Coal Miners. Oregon. Free Fare. 155 Coal Miners. Oregon. Going Free. Free Fare— 55 Men. Willlts— Uklah To-Day. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay et. FEE— $1— THAT'S ALL— $1 FEE! FREE FARE. 666 MEN. FREE FARE. > SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. DIVISIONS. Santa Barbara Dist. . Santa. Cruz Dtst. San Luis Oblspo Dist. Santa Clara Dist. . Bakersfleld Dist. Sacramento Dist. King City Dist. : . Alameda Dist. Soledad Dist. Paso Robles Dtst. Salinas Dist. Los Angeles Coast Dist. Los Angeles Diit. Fresno Dist. Guinda Dist. Cordelia Dist. Madison Dist. Fannlngton Dist. Also handlers of different places on their divisions on every train NORTH. EAST, SOUTH. MURRAY A READY. 634-636 Clay st. NEW RAILROAD WORK. 158 Italians'. FREE FARE. 165 Greeks. FREE FARE. 155 Austrians. FREE FARE. Board yourselves; managers at our offlce; see them. • MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. GOLD, SILVER. COPPER, COAL. ETC. 1R6 miners, single and double hand; machine men. muckers, tlmbermen. furnace men. etc.. $U0. $85 and $75 and found 386 laborers, no experience required $60. $75 Fares from $1 50 to $5; many managers at our office. TUNNELS— QUARRIES.. 156 drillers, hammersmen. laborers. $00. $75 THEY WANT YOU. 12 laborers for mine, no experience wanted, $42 and found; fare $2. For stables— 12 men, $60 to $75. :" .; ; For farms— 125 men. $30 $35 $40 found. For orchards — 250 men $26 "$30 found For dairies— 65 men. $30, $35 $40 found. For chores— 36 men and boys, $30, $25 $20. $15 found. For hay. harvest — 63 men. $1 50 $2. $2 50 day and found. ' -<f". " « SO fruit pickers $26 and found LOOK! 39 teamsters, city. $22 week. $2 to $2 50 day 553 laborers, country. $2, $2 50 day. Coachmen, gardeners private choremen MARRIED HELP WANTED 18 men and wives for mines, ranches', dairies hotels sawmills, etc., $40. $50 $60 $70* $S0 found. • ' ' ' MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. MECHANICAL HELP. " 68 blacksmiths. $3. 0 helpers, $2; 12 bench hands, $3 60. 0 carpenters. $3 to $4; 5 plasterers, $3 50. Carriage makers, $1. 12 cooDersjllc barrel. 9 brick molders, $3 50; Iron workers, country. n 155 other mechanics, $3 to $6 day. MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st. S6 LUMBER TRUSTS AND SYNDICATE^! I.OCATKD IN FOUR STATES MANAGERS HERE TWO TERRITORIES FREE— FARE— FREE. !H>5 laborers, no experience wanted, $35 to $70 and found. 186 experienced mill and yard men, $40 to $150 and found. :;vt woodsmen, $10 to $150 and found. Stickcrmen. Tallymen. Hpool tenders. * Machinist. Buckers, trackmen. - Line pullers. Blacksmith and wood turners, barkers and car loaders. Tree fellers. Jackscrewers. Log loaders. Shingle sawyers. Dolbecr loggers. Carriage setters. Swampers and trimmers. Gang edgermen. Oilers ar.d engineers. •-• Saw filer*. Pond men, band sawyers. Carriage doggers. Sorters, graders and peelers. Chain tenders. Shingle packers, also Jointer?, chute builders. $40, $50. $U0. $70, $80. $9O. $100 .to $150 month and found. 38G woodchoppers, tlemakers, shingle, post, picket and box bolt makers, tools and pro- vlsiqns found. BIG L . MURRAY & READY. TRUSTS. 63 1 and 636 Clay st. HOTEL DEPARTMENT. ET<?.\ 57 cooks, all over California. $90.-. $80. $75, $60. $50. $4O. $35 and found, for hotels, mines, sawmills, camps, ranches, cafes, res- taurants, saloons, harvest outfits, etc. IS waiters, $35. $40. $3O and found. ' .".1; pot and dish washers. $33. $30. $20 and fd. IS bell and elevator boys, porters, bedmakers, $30 to $45 and found. Crisp maker. $10; porter, city store, $40. Steward. $50 and found. 12 laundrymen. all classes. $18 week up. 6 bakers and helpers, $30. $40. $60 and found. 12 boys, learn trades. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay St. " i SPECIAL ON MIDNIGHT Mall, Phone and Telegraph. 3 machinists, fare paid, boss here. $50 fd. Section foreman, lumber company, boss here. 2 waiters tor mine, also vegetableman, all $30 found. Third cook, also waiter. Eureka, fare paid, $35 each. Machine man, country planing mill. 3 carpenters' helpers, ranch. $40 fd. Bedmaker, porter, bellboy. • city hotel, $20 found up. Blacksmith, camp, free fare, sawmill com- pany, $60 fd. ' Butcher, Punoma Co., $35 fd. ; Portuguese milker. $35. Teamster, light wagon, city, '$13 week. Fireman, dredger, little blacksmlthlng. $40 fd Young man care of boy. city Institution, $30 found. " 2 laborers, city winery, $10 to $12 week. Biggest Wages at MURRAY & READY'S. Best Places at ¦" 634-636 Clay st. OREGON FARE TO-DAY. TO-DAY. PAID. OREGON. 25 woods laborers and woodsmen. $35 to $S0 fd. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. CARPENTERS. - 14 good plain carpenters; boss here; $80. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. $1 TO BUTTE. $1— CHICO. 2»i teamsters, laborers, axmen. $75. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. EARBERS. take notice — On and after Monday, August 3, our new wage scale goes Into ef- fect: also all barber shops open at 8 o'clock In the morning. Indorsed by the San Fran- cisco Labor Council. JOS. R. BLEILY. Sec- retary Local No. 148, J. B. I. U. of A. GOLDEN West Beneficiary Employment Asso- ciation — Male and female help on short no- tice; 50 laborers. $2 25 per day; sheep herder. $30 cer month: 7 waitresses, $25 to $30 per month. PARKHURST A MAUPIN, *4 Drumm it. » A YOUNG man of good address to assist man- ager of Juvenile dept.; 18 to 20 years of age; references. 8. N. WOOD & CO.. 740 Market. CASH boys wanted. Apply S. N. WOOD tt CO.. 740 Market st. TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 pair; foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay express or mail charges. 11 Third st.. Examiner bldg. SALESMAN: high-grade matting line: on com- mission: city & bay counties. Box 4941. Call. WANTED— Night cashier and waiter; good ref- erences. 185 Fourth st. MALE stenographer and typewriter. O'BRIEN 600 Golden Gate ave. BOY to learn plumbing; state age and wages Box 4949. Call offlce. * ' 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. MEN to learn barber trade; only requires two months to complete and secure positions; catalogue and full particulars m»tled free Moler System Barber College. 635 Clay st. WANTED — An all-round man at the Woodland cteam laundry; wages $50 and board; must be a good polisher. Addreig box 216. Woodland. A STRONG boy, living In Western Addition, to work after school; call between 10 and 12. 2551 California , st. i — — p* BARBERS, attention— Shaving parlor for sale; living-rooms. Inquire 1541 Geary st. MAN to "do Janitor work for tuition In 8. F. Barber School. IV A Howard at. / ONE-CHAIR barber shop for sale cheap. In- , qulra SE. corner Gough arfd Fulton sts.' BARBER'S 2-chalr shop, with living rooms and lease; cheap. 2368 Howard st. BARBER shop for sale.. 262 O'Farrell st. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for 1 Europe and Australia.'. HERMAN'S, '26 Steuart sU» HELP WAITED— WALE— Con. PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 520 SACRAMENTO ST. Phone Main 1101. ; Cor. Leldesdorff. WE SHIP TO ASTORIA. ' On the O. R. & N. Co.'s Steamer •¦COLUMBIA" at . 11 a. m Saturday...; .To Astoria Oregon On Columbia River Fee $1. 5 Company Work — 'No Discount. FEE $1 -. FARE $3 FARE $3 :.. Including *Meals and Berth 25 laborers. $2 25 day. 25 rockmen, $2 50 day. Board *1G month 16 fncnth board. No strike Steady Job Go to Astoria Oregon — Fee $1 STEAMER SAILS TO-DAY TO CASPAR BIG TUNNEL— FEE $1 ¦75 teamsters, laborers and tunnel | men. $2 to $2 75 day; 3 muckers and drillers. $3 day; 10 muckers. $60; 10 tunnelmen. $75; near city, free fare; night cook, camp; free fare, $40 and found. BUTTE CO. FEE $1. SHIP TO-NIGHT. f»0 teamsters, laborers and rockmen. $2 25 to $2 50 day. SHIP TO-NIGHT to CHICO. FREE. FARE. FEE »$1. TO WILLITS. We ship all over the S. P. R. R. Co.'s section and extra gangs. FREE FARE; FEE $1. MINES. 10 miners. NORTH; Al Job. $75. 20 muckers and laborers, $«0 FACTORY. NEAR CITY. 10 laborers, board where you please $2 20 day. • 10 laborers, near city board home $2 day. MISCELLANEOUS. 3 farmers. $'M found; choreman, $30 found; man milk 10 cows, drive team. boss, here; $30 found; blacksmith helper city. $2 day; bell boy. city. $15 found. 4 carpenters, near city, boss hera to-day. Men. come and eee us, read our bulletin boards. ' / Hundreds of other positions GET THE FREE LIST OF JOBS AT PACIFIC EMP. AGENCY. 520 Sacramento st AT CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 50 Third gt.. nr. Call bldg.: phone Bush 405. FREE FARE— FREE FARE. NEVADA AND UTAH. We ship dally; S. P. Co.'s own work. WO laborers. $2 a day. 400 section hands, all parts of California. S. P. It. R. Co.'s Own Work. . FREE FARE— FREE FARE. . 'y' / EVERY DAY. CHATSWORTH PARK— FREE FARE 10 tunnelmen, $3 a day. 10 drillers and muckers. $2 25 a day. FREE FARE— MENDOCINb COUNTY. 10 tunnelmen. $2 75 a day. 10 teamsters and muckers, $2 73 a day. 10 laborers, $2 a day. 10 men for the same mill. $30 a month and board; ship to-day. i BUTTE COUNTY— CHICO.. 50 teamsters and rockmen. $2 50 a day 50 laborers and axmen. $2 25 a day. COAL MINERS. FREE FARE— OREGON. 25 miners. $1 a ton.' 2 men to cut wood 4 feet $1 25 cord. Tools free, provisions advanced. « wood choppers, oak. 2 tiers. 16-Inch $1 75 a cord. • • Cook, boarding-house, near city, $40. ' Man and wife for fruit ranch to pick and pit fruit. $1 50 and $1 25 a day. boss here. 0 CAL EMP. AGENCY. 59 Third st. GERMAN butler. ne;it, young, understands business thoroughly; wishes a situation In family. See J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutler st. • / COACHMAN, $30 and found; 3 choremen, $25 ¦¦and found; ." farmers and wives, $40, $50 and $55 and found; choreboy for ranch, $15 to $20 and found; milkers, $30 and $35 and *found: 2 sheep herders, $30 and found; all rouml laundryman. $r>0 and found: blacksmith helper and doorman. $1 50 day and board; 4 carpenters, $3 and $:j 50 day: Iron molder for country. $a day: 4 wood choppers, $1 50 ccrd: miners. $2 5O and $3 day; laborers, quarrymrn and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., C2S Sacramento st. JANITOR for institution. ?30 and board; baker, country shop, $13 week/ and found; young man for houpework. $23 and found; boarding- house cook, $40; restaurant cooks, dishwash- ers, courtfry hotel*? $25 and $30 and found, and oth#s. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Kacramertto st._ ANDRE'S -.office. 317 Stockton st. — Foreman for cracker bakery In Mexico, $100; several carpenters for plain work, country, $3, $3 50 a day; gardener, small place, $20; choreman for resort, $20; German dishwashers, $25: porter for a dining-room, $25; assistant cook for institution. $30; man to run elevator, $40; apprentice for laundry, $15; boy to help In Earden, etc. A — YOUNG man for a private family to do general work In" city. $25 and found;, refer- ences necessary. MISS PLUNKETT. 423 Suttcr st., near Powell. x A— HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery, r. 12— Cook. $75; eecond cook, $50, same hotel. ¦ A YOUNG man living with parents, ahout 1<"> years of age, accurate at figures, rapid legi- ble handwriting, and good address, can se- cure position in large wholesale house; refer- ences. . Box 4265, Call office. WANTED — A sober, reliable young man to drive city soda water wagon; an established, rottte: must furnish references. • Box 4037, Call -offlce. .WANTED — A reliable young man of good ap- pearance as floor walker: must have a thor- ough knowledge of dressing cloak windows. M. SIM1NOFF. .122.9 Market St. WANTED — Neat boys for errands and wrap- pers. Apply superintendent's office, THE EMPORIUM. ¦¦¦.-' ERRAND-BOY wanted: not under 14 years. Call at Phelan building, 80G Market st., rooms 1-2-3. BOY about 16 to work in grocery store. $6 week to start; must have wheel. 403 B st.. Oakland. A MAN of Indomitable energy and pu«h. a good talker, eager to make money. K. PER- SON, 477 and 478 Parrott bldg. TRY our men's shoes at $1 pair; foot-form shoeR at $2 50; we pay express charges. 11 Third st.. Examiner bid.; catalogue sent free. • BARBEli shop; old-established corner: Ellis and Webster sts. ; for rent; fully furnished; - $2."> a month. • «¦ FOR sale— 3 chair barber shop. 305 Clement street. >. BOX brand/ engraver: state experience an.l wages wanted. Reply to box 4266. Call office. WANTED— A few first-class machinists: steady work; young men preferred. Box 4055, Call. WANTED— -A. steady German: tend bar. useful s generally;, business house. 15 City Hall sq. STRONG boy wanted; chance to learn good trade. E. H. LEVY. 513 Market »t. . : . TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 pair; • -foot-form shoes at $2 DO; we pay. express or mall charces/ 11 Third st.. Examiner bldg. WANTED— Boys ; to deliver telegrams; wages $35 to $40 month. Apply 300 Montgomery st. WAITER. $30 . and a dishwasher. $30. 501 Twentieth st. near " Union Iron Works. WANTED — A good block butcher. Apply 3318 ' -Mission .st. ¦• - ¦*-¦ AN elderly man 'to care for 2 horses. Apply 1 110. Tenth at^ : 9-11 a.m. DISHWASHER wanted at 108 Hayes^st. .YOUNG man with' requisite ' experience and .ability as salesman to take charge of tea de- partment/ Box 4932. .Call. , WANTED— Men to canvass on, premium books; : salary . and commission. - 1521 Mls- . slon st. " 1 ¦:.-._ ¦ The ladies, God bless 'em, are as nice as they look. And whenever they ; meet talk of play or of book. Or The Daily Call's news, or will tell of some ad That has helped some poor chap, made some woman's heart glad. Then we are glad too, for, pleasing the matrons. They willsaread It abroad, which brings us more patrons. "We make friends every day, for our ads always pay- No one who has tried them to this statement sa'ys'nay. / 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, • corner Clay; cpen until 9:30 p. m. 300 Hayes street: open until 9:30 p. m. C33 McAllister etrcet; cpen until 9:30 p. m. . CIS Larkin street; open until 9:30 p. m. 1141 Misfion street; open until 10 p. m. 22fil Market 6treet, corner Sixteenth; cpen cntil 9 p. mi. • ' 100 Eleventh street; open until 9 p. m. l<t»6 Valencia street; open until 9 p. m. Northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- tucky streets; open until fl p. m. 2200 Fillmore street : open until t> p. m. MEETIXG NOTICES. CALIFORNIA Lodfre No. I. F. and A. » M. will meet THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING July .ft. at 7:30 o'clock. /Va Second degree. By order of the Master. FRANKLIN H, DAY. Sec FIDELITY Lodge NoT"l20. F. and A. CJ K.— Sped*] meeting THIS <THURb- *jQr PAY) i:\ENING at 7 o'clock. Third /TT\ degr-e Master Masons cordially -in- •^FwH-i'al me?ti'np THIS fTHOBSDATJ XX EVENING, at 7::>O o'clock. Third de- /V\ rrte Master Masons are cordially in- v.ted. Sec. ETARR KING Lodge No. 344. F and ,S- •AM 317 DevitalerD st.— Second de- jQT gree THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. /^T\ Mart- r Jtasons cordially invited. By > order cf the W M. A. A. Anderson. Sec CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1, K. of P-7^?|L . VTll mefeV THIS (THURSDAY | EVENING ct S o'clock in Pythian /jegX Castle. Market street. The Hon. Jgi**^. David C. Clark of Santa Cruz, the Krand prelate, will be the guest of the lodge. Mem- ber* are reouested to attend. Der* are res ARTHUR Q DAVIS> c . c . R. N. McLENNAN. K. cf R. and S. THE officers and members of Damon ,"i5£. Lodge No. 2.- K. of P.. are notified to assemble at their Castle Hall on TyK^l THURSDAY. July 30, at 12 m.. to JggC »tt»nd the funeral of our late brother. H. P. . EiJlTH. Per order F. J. LEWIS. J. H. DAMON. K. of R, and S. RHBKL Cork Benevolent Association — > V& Will hold its seventeenth annual pic- V^vN v | . r.ic in Shell Mound Park. Berkeley, on Jfe;V* -. gl'NDAY. August 2, 1303. Numerous CCY^v p«te and game prizes. A Domestic *«rS£fc tewing-mscKine will lie given for a first gate . prize, now on exhibition at 1021 Market st. A first-claes union band will be in attend- ance. Boats leave every half-hour for the park: Buy your tickets for Shell Mound. Don't forget the date, as this is the picnic of the eeason — Sunday. August 2. P. DEASY. Chairman. J. CRONIN. Secretary- ANNUAL Meeting — The Rlsdon Iron and Lo- ouir.otive W-rks — The annual meeting of the ! . ftockholfiers of the Risdcn Iron and Loco- tnotive Works, for the election of trustees Jcr th«- ensuing year and the transaction of ' ruch other business as may be brought be- • fore the meeting, will be held at the office cf the coT.pacy. No. 288 Steuart street. San Francisco, on MONDAY, the 3d flay of Au- evst, 1503. at 11 o'clock a. in. - « AUGUSTUS TATLOR. Secretary. A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call. '. ¦ 1<! -rages, m Trrartxr. Tor rnntMng. SI per year. AGENTS WASTED. AGENTS — A new money-maker. F. PERSON, ; 477 and 476 Parrott tldg. A.GEXTTS AI7D SOX.XCXTOBS WANTED. WANTED — Good agents In every city and town in the United states to sell diamonds on installments; Tontine plan; known as Tontine diamond coctrarts; men to ooen up rew territory as msr-asrers In different parts cf the countrj"; contracts run 52 weeks at fl 25 per week; total paid. $65 for a 1- carat clear white diamond, or $100 In gold coin in I'.cu thereof; investment pays Ui per cent profit; agents, here is a contract that will fell and one that you can Eet paid for pell- lng. Adflret-y hoi K02. Ca!l offlce. Oakland. AfjTKOLOGY. ¦ A urology taupht. hcrcseopes cast. Prof. Ray- mond. bc«kst:re. «i43 Ell:s. By mall if ceilrej. ATTORXEYS AT LAW. ADVICE Fr.UE— ALL LEGAL MA1TERS. DIVORCE AND PP.OBATE CASKS. No pcy in advance — No charge without Kuccesc; estates, attachments, iama*;^s. R. C. ADAMS. • Room 316. third floor, Exaiilner building. ROBT. V.-. KING, atty-at-law. Examiner Md.. rm. Cll; all caees, damages, estates, wills, attachments, collections, etc.; cor.su Uatlcu free; no ad vane* charges; call cr write; even-ngs by appointment. Tel H«»d VMi\. PP.OMPT attention to all 'Cases; divorce, estates. collections: r.o fees unless successful; call or write: eves. Tue*. snd Fri.; est. 15 yrs. ED- WARD ACKLEY. 927 Market; tel Jessie 1530. AIjVICE Jree — 1 will advance cost In meritorl- cut cases, divorces, probate and all other law cases: r.o Jeep in advance; open every even- ir.g. J. M. THURSTON. 619 Market ft., r. 31. ADVICE free; divorces a specialty :quick.quiel; no cha-c without Eucceee; established 15 yrs. G W. HOWE. 1122 Market ft., opp. Hale's. L. P. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg.. 927 M&r- kct *t.; consultation free; no tees in advance. AITKL'N & AITKEN. attorneys, rs. 309-10-11 C.unie b';d*r., r.03 California et. ; tel. Main 727. WICK MATTHEWS, attorney at law, C52 Mar- ket ft., room 23; lecal advice; tank reft. DIRDS. DOGS. ETC. XOVXO taikir.g parrot*. $5 each ;German singing oarariet. 5^: we will try to i>leaBe :-ou;every- thlng in <-.ur Mre at right prices. 1540 Market, IlOAKDIItG FOR CKILUkKN. GERMAN M-orcan wants 1 or 2 children to beard; rcf. civen. 612 Treat ave., nr. 19th. BUSIXESS CHANCES. ' g^?KE^ilONHY^BIG~DI VIDENDS ~~""-~~~'™" IX CATTLE RAISING. . We will take your cattle and raise them for * chare of the profits, guaranteeing you * certain increase. If you Invert yotsr meney with us will guaran- tee ycu a £xed Income, secured by the best cf collateral. ' "~ Back references. Al management. CALIFORNIA CATTLE AND LAND CO.. 651-661 Hayward bldff. $750" Restaurant and bakery located In best pay- ing district in the city; doing a thriving busi- ness: »«-ats t£>; receipts average $40 daily; rent r^aecnable; owner ha? other business and must gfll. 11. W. WILFORD. 3 Taylor st. "WANT to tell your business?" See H. W. WILFORD. BuELnecs Agent, 3 Tavlor St., corner Golden Gate ave. FOR sale — Good wholesale and retail feed, grain, hay ar.d seed business in county seat; 4<X>'» population: other business cause of sale. AdrtreFF box 4C13. Call offlce. WANTED — By experienced man with $35,000. a partner with similar capital: object, fur- niture credit burin***: state full particulars Address box 4<;14. Call office. OYSTER and chop house for sale. 1C0 Fifth HALF interest tea and coffee business, crock- ery, etc: good store trade and routes; about ?i.'.00. WHITTLE. 131 San Pabla ave., Oak- land. AN anchor diemond brooch and bracelet to be sold richt away; cheap; no dealers. Box 4»r.Q. Call. FINE machine and pattern shop for sale cheap. I'"x iUtr,. Call. JSOoy — Large saloon; cxceptfonaOy low rent: cor.: clore in: owner rick. Motisman,850 Mkt. FOR rale — Ovpartnerthlp In cabinet manufac- turing establishment: good opp. 4240,' Call. • $1.V»— COFFEE. Ice cream and chop house; M«r:n Co.; clears $100; rent $15. 20 Hayes. OUTSIDE route No. 4 thin paper for sale. Inquire hardware etore. 19th and Folsoin sts, Hslrfir«?S£ir.g p*rlorE;cheap:value in sight;?ood location: retiring. 1153 Market, bet. 7tb-8th. Bf SIXESS CIIAXCES WAXTED. WANTED— Hats, clothing, shoes, general merchandise; $12,000 up. MosEman, 850 Mrkt, COLLECTIOX OFFICES. ~~ ADVICE free; bad tenants ejected speedily. CO- LUMBIAN LAW AGCY.. r. S5. 916 Market; tel. Red CIS;, collections; gen'l law business. BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooma 9-10; tel. 55S0. CHIROPODISTS. DITNLAP FOOT INSTITUTE. 60 Geary— All alloests cf the feet cured; corns, bun ions, etc. 1' *" Ss= ¦