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THE SAN .FRANCISCO CALL", TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1903.
14 Tf~-P WANT-"! FRMALK <?«"»•___ A SECOND girl. $30: nurse one «4 h!Id \. $ r T5 : chambermaid. $25; house girl. $»5. MK&. NORTON, 313 Sutter st. NEAT. resrectable~~Blil: housework and cook- ing; small family; good wages. J.3 Sancne... TALENTED amateur performers. A PP' y . '' Chutes 6 p. m. Wednesday: — lary no object. A LADY free from home cares can secure per- manent position by addressing Immediately. Box 4S0«. Call. .. Ai YOUNG girl to learn dressmaking at MRS. "NELSON'S, 1017 Geary st^ FIRST-CLASS Btenographe— furnished. Mhi M O. Barrett. Instructor. 302 Montgomery. A BRANCH office of The Call for the recep- tlon of advertisements and • ub9orIptio " h ," been opened at 100S Market *t.. opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. ~. HELP WASTED — 31A— E» I-MUnRAY _ READY. C34-636 Clay st. Phone Main 6S4S. Leading Employment, and La L_jor ABentsi , 1002 We Gave 1903 ~-e HGi%e 45.000 Men Work. CO, 000 Men W cr_. ARIZONA, close to PRESCOTT. j FOREMAN, ORCHARD VINEYARD. GCOD WAGES FOR Al MAN. Painter, striper, etc., city. 2 lumber graders, boss here. $75. -'%' •Man and wife, ranch. $35 and found. Tinsmith, city; carriage trimmer. Choreman, private residence. $35 and found. BOSS HERE-LUMBER COMPANY. 6 timber fellers. 5 crosscut sawyers. Stableman. $t;O; assistant baker. $30 and fd. ; Second cake bakers. $15 week; driver, middle- aged man. city grocery wagon, $S week; butcher, shop, $30 and found. 40 ITALIANS. Woodchoppers, tools, found. MURRAY & READY. t ¦¦¦ ELECTRICIAN' $eo and board: Janitor for in- stitution $30 to $35 and found: boatman for hunting club. $30 and 'found; vineyard man and farmer. $1 a day and board; cook and wife, country $105 and found and fare re- funded, and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. C23 Sacramento et. WANTED— American clerk about 40 to 50 * years old to act as collector and aometimes as salesman; must be a single man and be satisfied with $50 a month; references must be unexceptional; a man having a little in- come outside of salary preferred. See J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento st. WANTED — First-class chef, second, broiler and others for restaurant; non-union; best wages. See J. F. CROSETT _ CO.. 628 Sacramento. PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. . 520— SACRAMENTO ST.— 520. Phone Main 1101. Cor. Leidesdorft st. COAL MINERS— NEW MEXICO. CHICO. BUTTE COUNTY— HALF FARE— Ship positively to-night. 20 2 and 4 horse teamsters. $2 25 and $2 50 day: 3 farmers, $20 and found; 2 laborers. $2: 25 tlemakers. 0c to ISc tie. tools advanced: middle-aged man and wife charge small country house (hotel). $50 and found, see boss here. AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S— Phone Grant 185 420 Bush et B42 Clay at. 25 YOUNG CARPENTERS WITH TOOLS. Reno Nevada Free Fare. $3 day Board $4 50 week / C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 429 Bush st C42 Clay st. MALE help wanted at San Francisco Employ- ment Bureau, 17 Fourth et. — One bricklayer, plastereis" helpers, registered Dlumber. SAN FRANCISCO EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. phone Grant 26. A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 26 Montgomery, r. 12. Potwasher for country, £J0. YOUNG man of good appearance for tailoring department: permanent position to right party: reference required. Apply S. N. WOOD _ CO.. 740 Market st. YOUNG men everywhere; copy letters home evenings; $9 50 week. Send addressed en- velope for particulars. Manager Dept. 3. 4, box Ull.tPhiladelphla, Pa.' STEADY, honest, man for outside work: some collecting: salary $12; permanent position; $2C0 deposit required. IS Montgomery at., room 8. BOY wanted between the ages of 14 and IS. Apply E. H. LEVY, Inc.. 513 Market st. STRONG boy at the Hermann Safe Co., 307 Battery st.. Icon Dept. MUSICIANS to Join military band. 328 Bush St., third lioor. room 4. WANTED— Office boy. Call at 600 Fourth Bt., Tuesday. $150 — BARBER shop; three living rooms; com- pletely furnished. 1641 Geary. FIRST-CLASS coat maker to work Inside; good wages; steady work. 1103 Market st. MAN to do janitor work for tuition In San Francis :o Barber School.- 741 A Howard st. BOOTBLACK wanted. 6 Stockton st. BARBERS — Well-paying 2-chair shop for sale. 1H Polk and Market sta. BARBER shop; 3 chairs; good location; trans- fer point. DECKELMAN BROS : BARBER shop for sale; cheap. Inquire 632% Third st. - A BELLBOY wanted. Call Bohemian Club; must have best of references. MAN to work in hotel. 1443 Harrison st. A^ L „ Men to learn the barber trade in two months and secure good positions; catalogue and full information mailed free. MOLEK System College. >~5 Clay st. TRY our men's shoes, union made, at $1 and $1 50 per pair, foot-form sho?a at $2 SO, or orthopedic shoes. $3 50; best shoes on earth. 11 Third st,. Exam. bldg.. & doors from Market. GOVERNMENT positions — Call at room 14. fifth floor, 305 Larkln St.. for free informa- tion as to positions, salaries, age limits, etc.; day or evenings. A MAN of Indomitable energy and push, a good talker, eager to make money. F. PERSON, 477 and 4TS Parrott building. PALMER HRNDRIKSON. formerly of Seattle, is earnestly requested to write to his sorrow- Ing mother or come home. WANTED— Printer to run small job office on per cent: everything new. 60 Thirteenth st. WANTED — 50 reliable young Protestant, white American men. 18 to 21 years. Box 2090. Call. FIRST-CLASS saloon porter wanted. 152 East St.; call early; wagea $12. 2-CHAIR barber shop for sale; party leaving city. Call 647 Howard st. WHY pay big prices to have your shoes half- soled when you can get it done, for ?5c. 50c and fiflc while you wait at 563 Mission St., bet. l9t and 2d sts., or 11 Third St.? WANTED — For U. S. Marine Corps, able- bodied unmarried men, between 21 and 35: pood character: must speak, read and write English; marines serve at sea on men-of- war in a'l parts ofthe^world. on land In our island possessions and at naval stations In the United States. Apply at recruiting of- fice. 40 Ellis St.. San Francisco. Cal.. and 401 K St.. Sacramento. Cal. IF vou are net satisfied with your salary, we have an opening whereby you can earn legit.- mately $40 weekly; gentlemanly occupation: cood a-Viri-. busine-s kv.owle.Ue "«;?¦"•;£'• Royal Mercantile Co., suite 19, Columbian bid. WANTED— An all around bockblnder; cne who can do forwarding and fln«"»>'ns; on,- full bounds. Apply SANBORN. VAIL & CO.. 741 Market St. jr-. ________ WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, has ndded 1C0 new rooms to the Denver House. 217 Third St.; 250 rooms: 25c to 50c per night. TRY our men s shoes, union made, at $1 and $1 50 pair; foot-form saoes at $'-" 50; we pay express or mall charges. 11 3d st.. Exam, bid. PENSION ATTY.. M. HARRIS. 40 Ellis «t. ; 14 years' practice; 'references from thousands of persons for whom I have secured pensions. PFNSION atty.. E. A. Bul'is, room 40. Phelan bidg. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G.A.R. McDONALD & PERRY have a large stock of . naw and second-hand shoes: cheap. 235) 3d st. SE \MEN for Australia nr.d Europe; also green hands for whaling. HERMAN.S. 26 Steuart. WINCHESTER ¦Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Mar- ket — 700 rooms; 35c night; reading rooms; free "bus and baggage to and fr;j— ferry. A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has h*en opened at 1008 Market St.. opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. m.. ALL *lzes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half . price. 563 Mission st., bet. 1st and 2d sts. GFT your shoes half soled while waiting; 25c to 50c. Ct.l Mission st.. bet. 1st and "I sts. HORSES A.VD WAGONS. SELLING out "at auction. 43 horses, over. 1 CO styles of wagons, surreys, buggies carts and . harness at 1140 • Folsom «.. Tuesday. De- - ccmber 15, 11 a. m. .DENTISTS. DR GRUSS. 504-5-0 Callaehan bldg.. Market and McAllister sta.. uses the Basford Obtun- der the only device ever Invented for grind- In*, drilling and excavating teeth absolutely without pain. For demonstration and proof call at office. DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market, nr.Eleventh — No charge for extracting when plates are made; old plates made over like new; teeth from $8 per set; extracting tiOc: gag given. A, NEW plate— The Whalebone — cannot break; warranted 20 yrs; crown, $3 60; fillings. 60c; plates. $5; full set: all work painless and war- ranteO. Chicago Dental Parlors. 2* Sixth it. A. ARTHUR CHISHOLM. eurgeon dentist, room 14, Phelan building. San Francisco. PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush— Set teeth $1 CO up; crowns $2 up; fillings 25c. GOLD fillings. 75c; silver 35c; crowns, $2; no pain: open Sunday. Dr. O.B.He wilt. 204 Sutter. EDUCATIONAL. ' CALIFORNIA Business College will move the first of the year to Its new home, SOO-825 Golden Gate ave.. occupying 18,000 square feet, the entire top floor of the new and spe- cially fittwl building of the Pioneer Automo- bile Co.. delightfully located opposite Jeffer- 6on Square. Every modern idea looking to • the health, comfort and best advancement of our students will be Incorporated. All de- partments are to be reorganized and refur- nished throughout. When occupied It will be the largest, iinest and most complete business college west of Chicago. Write at once for our 75-page 'illustrated . catalogue, telling all about our special 25 per cent removal discount rates. Address 300 Larkin st. for the present. HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST, S. F. — Bookkeeping, shorthand, touch typing, languages, telegraphy, English branches; day and night sessions; Illustrated catalogue free. AYRES, the leading business college, 723 Mar- ket St.; special summer course In all depart- ments; handsome catalogue free; life scholar- ship. $50; day and evening sessions. CALIFORNIA. Business College. 305 Larkln st. "A thorough school": positions secured for graduates; modern methods; individual in- struction. Write for illustrated catalogue. HINMAN'S Academy: a thorough school of dancing; established 20 years. 1412 Polk st., between Pine and California; both adult and children's classes are now open for the season. THE Lyceum, an accredited preparatory school for the university, lay and medical colleges; ref.. President Jordan or any Stanford profes-- sor; day and evening sessions. Phelan bldg. THE PAL' L GERSOX School of Acting/ the foremost institution of the kind In the entire West: 12 teachers; send for catalogue. Na- tlve Sons* bldg.. 414 Mason st. HKALD'S School of Mines & Electrictty.24 Post St., S. F. ; a practical school of engineering; complete equipment. Special catalogue free. DANCING Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. Sun- day evg».. Teutonia Hall, Howard sh, nr. f)th. Prof. Foster; society dancing taught. A— SAN FRANCISCO Business College. 1230 Market st. — Practical, progressive, rentable; . day and evening sessions : write for catalogue. ENGINEERING— Civil, elec., mln., mech., sur- vey assay, cyanide: day, ev. ; est. 1864. Van der Nalller. School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. KENT Law School; always open day and night. 530 Parrott building (Emporium). EUGENE DE FOREST SCHOOL OF ACTING. Saratoga Hall. 840 Geary ft.: call '2 to G. SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION Day and PARTINGTON'S. 424 Pine st Night class. ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, jrrammar, writing, etc.; day or eve.; $5 mo. 1024 Mission. nr.Cth. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. GEORGE AOKI. 421 Post St.; tel. Bush 135 — Japanese-Chinese employment office: fur- nishes best help; contracts for farm help, etc. A — ORPIIEUM Employment Office — Japanese- Chinese help. 42G Poweli. Tel. Main 5752. A--GRAND Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office, 415 Stockton; te_ Grant IPS; expert, reliable help. RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment OT- flce; all kinds help. 315 Stockton: Main 5188. ' CHINESE Employment Ofrice— Besr help at Leon ScunK's. 411H O'Facrell; tel: East 42t>. CHINESE- and Japanese help; estab. 20 years. Tel. Main 1907. BRADLEY & CO.. 040 Clay. EMPLOYMENT WASTE O-— FEMALE. AN American girl, first-class cook and house- worker; can take full charge: best refer- ences. MRS/ NORTON. 313 Sutter st. A RESPECTABLE woman, is a good cook and will do washing, and would like to live across the bay in a private American family; likes children. 704 Fnlsoin s A GERMAN lady would like a place; can do general housework, also a little washing; wages not under $20. Box 4SS3, Call office. A GOOD German cook wishes a sHuatlon; light housework; small family. 477 Jessie st., near Sixth. - ' A LADY will chaperon echool girls East for holidays: go as companion, nurse or care for Invalid for expenses. Box 3183, Call. A LADY would like a place to take care of an invalid lady and charge of house if re- quired; will call Monday. _ Address box 3707, Call office. , A MIDDLE-AGED woman would like to do housework and cooking; no washing. Box 3708. Call office. - A RELIABLE woman wishes position as first- class cook; wages $25 to $30. Apply 612A . Octavia *U_ A POSITION wasted as cook; Spanish. French and American; wages $35 to $40. Call at 1747' Hyde «t.. near Broadway. WOMAN wants, to do washing at home. 20t Ellsworth st. ' ' COMPETENT nureo would like a few more pa- tlents or care of invalid. 617 Ninth St.. Oak- land. ¦ : '•'-¦¦¦-•- ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at Call Branch office, cor. Duncan - Church sts. WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call at Eaton's Bazaar. C33 McAllister st. EMPLOYMENT WASTED — MALE. VALET— A neat youns man desires position either' as valet or butler: is of good and cheerful disposition, does not use 'liquors or tobacco;, has traveled extensively with in- ; valid gentleman; can procure Al references. OSCAH A. GARDELL. 1416 Howard; st. ENERGETIC young man would do household duties - ut private residence In exchange for 'room or room and board. Box 3164, Call. A RELIABLE, handy man of 34, good habits, wants office ¦ or other ' Indoor work; . wages : $150. "Box 3171. Call office. WANTED— Position as night clerk by eober, •reliable man. Box 3184, Call office.; .-.,.--. . MIDDLE-AGED, - well-educated man (double entry, stenography. • typewriting. .. foreign Ian-. . guages, . etc.) . desires practical experience . In a . mercantile office. . Addreas box 3180, Call. A YOUNG man wants ; position, as engineer; first-class references: experienced with large plants. Box 3182, • Call office. WANTED— Situation ; as draughtsman or super-" •"lntendent in a cut stone yard;'. 15 years', ex- '..perlence.;' Address box'4781;. Call. EXPERIENCED 'man' would < like position of any kind.-'" about ' electric rpower station; < country or city. - Box : 3763. Call. , Day and Night class. BUSINESS CHANCES. r gT^wTliCE, Real~Estate and Business Agrnt lestabilshed 14. years), 2t>!i Kearny St., loom* V and 10. A j.h;m» COFFEE saloon and restaurant on the water front. C4u«e 10. Market BC; ualiy receipts' about $<>5: business charing $.t«n» l*-r month; trial given; a splendid oner; in- vestigate at once. !?«« it. vi. WILKE, -t»',i Kearny fl. A— $:t5<»0; HOTEL and barroom with 30 rooms, in Point Richmond: rent $100; rooms always occupied by employes of railroad and btand- ard Oil Company; board bill guaranteed by company; owner never clears Has than $.'HW per month. Call K. G. WlLKK, 2«Vi Kear- ny St. A — $iso(»; HALF interest in one of the best corner falcons on water front; lease; dis- agreement of i-artners cause of tale; will sell whole for $34<JO. Call R. G. WILKE. I'ti'-i Kearny st. «¦ A — $1250; CORNER saloon on Fourth St., close to S. P. freight sheds; S furnished rooms and kitchen; a good paying business. S«e H. G. WILKE. 2BVs Kearny st. A— $S00; DAIRY produce and delicatessen sture: rent ?22: business clears above $1W per month: living rooms; value In sight. Call II. G. WlLKK, 2UMi Kearny st. A— $1200; COFFEE saloon and bakery; close to Pheian building; a good paying busln-.s*. but must b* sacrificed ca account of owner being eick In hospital. Particulars, K. G. WILKE, 2G'i Kearny st. A WHOLESALE and retail butcher business in Monterey County, with Z acres of land, dwelling house, slaughter hois?, shop fix- tures, boiler, tank, etc. ; 8 hordes, wagons and a well established trade; this is a nm- clafF business proposition. All particulars. R. G. WILKE, 28% Kearny st. A— $3500: CORNER calocn. about 1 block south of Chronicle bldg.; established years and a first-claia paying ulace; fullest investigation solicited: this is a very rare chance. Call R. G. WILKE, 20 4 Kearny et. A— $30fi0; GENERAL merchandise store about 00 miles from this city; a well-established and first-class paying business; yearly ial«s abcut $15,000; all cafh trade: a very rare chance. Particular*. R. G. WILKE, 2CVi Kearny et. STRANGERS. ATTENTION! Are you looking for a safe and profitable bust. ness opening In San Francisco? If so. we can offer you any number requiring an Investment from $100 to $50,000; every business oppor- tunity that parses through our office njuft ttAnd the closest investigation, and we can ; place you In a store, factory, hotel, mill. of-» flee, or, in fact, any business you may prefer; kindly call and investigate. GERMANIA INVESTMENT CO.. Suit 321. Emma Spreckels building. A^ 5 PER CENT MONTHLY. fOn Investments of $100 and upward: no "get- rich-quick" swindle, turf spe<-ulatlon cr gam- bling scheme, but a reputable, established business enterprise In San Francisco; cleared $G7.000 last year on $100,000 capital; stock increased $20,000 to enlarge the plant; call or write for particulars. GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 827 Market st. A— MERCHANTS. ATTENTION. ~ Do ynu wish to enlarge your business, or do you desire additional capital? If so. we can furnish you with an active or silent partner who will Invest from $100 to $50,000; we have a large number of desirable applicants on our book? seeking good business openings. GERMANIA INVESTMENT CO.. Suit 321. Emma Spreckels building. ' FOR Faie or to lease for term of years; well- t.iin-n established health resort in Lake Co., lncl'!dli-!g :;•• furnished rooms, barn, several valuable mineral springs, plenty fresh water; property is 5 minutes' walk from Bartlett Spring* Hotel. Call at 11W McAllister st. to see owner, or address, with references. Mil!:. H0PP1N, Bartlett Springs. Cal. A Rare Opportunity. FOR sale or trade — Quartz mine; fine prospect; loca.te.1 in Cal.; assays $4<) to $70 ton; trade for r'm'g house or business.Cameron.3 Eddy. FOR rale — Best little restaurant In city; rent !13; centre!; receipts $35 to $40 day; must If ave town: price $1200 CAMERON. 3 Eddy. HAVE you anything to sell or money to Invest? Writ« us for particulars; agents everywhere. Almiena Investment Syndicate. 70s Market et.. San Francisco. Cal. A GROCERY and liquor store at Invoice; sun- ny living rooms, with bath; prlca $500; rent $20. A. STENBERG _ CO.. 7S'H-i Market. $450— A NEIGHBORHOOD store; gold on ac- count of sickness and departure; stationery, candies, etc.; stock and furniture complete; lease if desired: a big bargain. Apply at 1002 Broadway. Oakland. A — WORKINGMAN'S boarding-house: good lo- cation; low rent: steady boarders; uo agents. Bex 2803. Call office. s A FINE location for an oyster parlor. Inquire at 52 Seventh st. $45oHsAIX>ON: pood locality: rent $20; 3 living rcoms. Central Agency. VM Market st. $750 — WHOLESALE fruit and produce busl- nr&s; in wholesale district; old established; owner wishes to retire. Box 3762, Call. WANTED — To buy small bakery without wagon route; city or vicinity. Address box 2U»7. Call. FOR sale — Dental practice. establUtie.! D years. Instruments and furnished house of 7 rooms, $1000; or dental practice $500. Box 4S62. Call. 1 NOTIONS, candy, light groceries; cheap rent; four fine living rooms. 1300 Sanchez Kt; take Castro-st. car. corner of Twenty-sixth' st. FOR eale — A sun and bicycle house: good lo- cation and business; good reason for selling. For terms apply S23 J st..- Sacramento. Cal. TO LKT — Chicken ranch; rent $10. Apply 1938 MiEPlon bt. 1 EARBER shop for sale cheap; running S chairs steady. Call 219 San Pablo ave.. Oakland. BROWN & CO.. business brokers, est. 1880; ad- vertising money advanced. 1221 Market st. GROCERY and bar for sale. For particulars, 316 Froht st. TO SELL or rent — A restaurant on account of leaving city. 2SS1 10th St.. near Howard. $t>50 — Express business on principal tt., with of- fice nr. RR. sta.; 3 wagons. Box 3724, Call. BARBERS — For sale, hydraulic chair, mirror and work rtnnd; cheap. 2837 Greenwich st. CHEAPEST and best In America — The Weekly Call, tu page*, sent to any address In the United States or Canada one year for $1. LOOCilMi-HOliSES KOIl SALE. "Established IS "''" yeai'sT] We will sell any house] MARION on the Installment plan.] GRIFFIN. Business — Is — Booming.] Call. write or phone us] for big free list of houses.] Title abstract furnished free. 1 [Room 40«, "Examiner" Building.] Phene Black 3607. Take elevator to 4th floor. Corner 3d and Market Bts.. San Francisco. TO LET, elegantly furnished 0-room flat. HERE'S your chance: Big transient house, heavily mortgaged: must be sold at once; will clear $500 month if rightly managed. - OVER $300 profit — onthly; 63 rooms; nice corner; clean as a new pin. GOLDEN GATE ave.; 20 rooms: house built one yfar ago; mahogany- and oak furniture; heavy Brussels carpets; Income $111 over rent. ONE floor: 24 rooms, centrally located; rent $80: bank bonk shows $100 month profit last 12 months; price $1200; an Impending wedding. BEAUTIFULLY furnished; CO rooms; house well known throughout the State; elevator; clears $300 month; $6000; \ t cash; 4-year lease; exact book accounts are kept. HOUSE of 40 rooms. 4 blocks of Market; price $3000; building and furniture 1 year old. CENTER of city; 17 large, outside, sunny rooms; rent $50; monthly income $154. NEW, beautiful brick building of 140 rooms; electric elevator; electric lights; splendidly ap- pointed; magnificently furnished in quarter- sawed oak and bird's-eye maple. TRANSIENT house of 23 rooms, clearing $125 month: reduced from $2400 to $1700; % down and monthly Installments; rent $100... NEW bouse gorgeously furnished in velvet and bird's-eye maple; 37 rooms; 5-year lease; , clears $175 month; for sale on easy terms. PARTLY furnished 22 rooms, north of Mar- \ ket, to exchange for a flat; better come early. NEAR Hyde et.: 12 rooms. $600: clears $40 month; housekeeping; sunny side of street. } HOTEL— 83 rooms; oak and cherry furni- ture; big business: big bar trade; solid mahog- any bar; price $0500; long established house. SPLENDID, quiet, eminently respectable little house; near theaters, restaurants and the re- tall shopping district; 5 minutes' walk to Kearny st. : clears $05; clean, complete, coxn- - fortable; an honest bargain: sold en account of departure. MARION GRIFFIN. 406 Ex- | aminer building. . A— $3000; PRIVATE boarding-house, with 40 elegantly f urnirhed rooms, on Van Ness ave. : rcoms always occupied snd first-class patron- age. See R. O. WILKE. 2«H Kearny sU ' FOR sale— Modern 8- room' flat; * central; two ! . months furnished: - $390 down, balance $25 per -month; obliged . to . leave city; snap.* CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st. C?"e7Tu^k1lEyT~~"^ C. E. HINKLEY. Phone Mint 706. 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth st. Cur Guarantee. Satisfaction to All. Former Patrons My Best References. J SUNNY corner, 2t rooms: clears $75; half block from Market St.; speculation at $900. .HINKLEY. 1U20 MARKET ST. SNAP— 10- room modern flat; rent $40; a pri«e at $430. HINKLEY, 1C20 MARKET ST. PROFITABLE rooming-house, 22 rooms; S years' lots?; clears $S7 r>0; gentlemen room- ers; locked door; present owner conducted house 9 years; a good Investment. HINKLEY, 1020 MARKET_ST. SPECIAL— S5 rooms: $1000 cash, balance 1 per ctnt; newly furnished; price $5000; this is a j gran<i opportunity to secure a good paying ' house- on eacy terms. HINKLEY, 1020' MARKET ST. EXQUISITE furnishings; 50 rooms; new mod- ern apartment-house; grand entrance: lease: clears $200; liberal terms: a little gem; see HINKLEY, 1020 MARKET ST^ SPECULATION— 12 rooms. Golden Gate ave.; r<nt $40; price $r>50. HINKLEY. 1020 MARKET ST. MODERN — 120 rocms; rent less than $5 a room; up to date in every respect: finely fur- nlsliel; " bocks open; clears $350 to $400 monthly: price $«(KK»: part cash, balance easy. HINKLEY, 1020 MARKET ST._ ! SUNNY corner; IS rooms; newly renovated; clears $100; see this. HINKLEY. 1020 MARKET ST. WORKINGMEN'S house; 20 rooms; one floor; electric lights; rent $40; amazingly low price; $00. HINKLEY. 1020 Market St., opp. Fifth. A CAMERON & CO.. Phone 1050. 3 Edtfy st.. cor. Market and Powell. Headquarters for rooming-houses, hotels and all kinds of business chances. 23 r- near Market: lease; $000 down.. $2250 CO r ¦ rent $300- Market; clears $300 mo. 3000 7 r ;' Van Ness; rent $22 50; home 225 20 r ; new mod., elegantly furnished.. 2500 11 r ;' rent'$*'.O: new; fine fur.; clears $47 850 » r • Ellis; rent $-"5; fine home; snap... 550 <;S r • cheap r*nt; clears $300 to $400.. 8500 30 r • rtnt S95; good fur.; clears $100.. 2000 12 r' : rent $40; close In; well furnished.. fiOO 8 r. : up. flat: everything mod.; departure 750 3 r • rent $2<>; cor, flat; Leav.; snap 225 20 r. • new house: furniture; clears $80. £500 8 r • rents $50; modern: finely furnished 500 22 r. ; rent $80; ieatie; clears $100 1700 11 r. • Eddy; rent $50;well fur. ;clears $38 750 34 r. • fine: rTowntown; makes big money 3200 8 r.;'rent $42: modern flat; elegant fur.. 400 14 r. ; rent $75; oak fur.; good carpets.. 900 12 r. '; close In: well furnished: bargain. 1100 17 r. : downtown: always full; clears $115 1000 ' S r. ; close In; golden oak: moquet car- jietR. hair mattresses; cost $1500; In- come $eS; Bnap 900 7 i-.; rent S40: middle flat: oak fur 350 21 r.: rent $83;well fur. ;lease;clears $100 1700 14 r. ; cheap rent; good fur.; snap "000 11 r. ; rent $40; newly renov. : clear $43. 500 17 r. ; central: Post; part cash 1100 44 r. ; frent $44; big money-maker 3000 25 r. : rent $70; oak fur.: leaving city... 1350 60 r. : new, mod. building; elegantly fur.; central;' long lease; must be sold; offer wanted 10 r.; mod. flat)> elegant fur.; clears $54; cost $2200; will Facriflce; must leave city . . : 9 r. ; flat; rent $40; mod.; clears $45; departure 450 A— KREDO & CO., i 765 Market bt. t-'uccessful Brokers. We Loan ; You Monoy 6 rooms, rent $1H, pick-up for $75 10 rooms, rent $50. nicely furnished »5o0 18 rooms, rent $35, little mint C00 21 rooms, rent $45. clears $100 OOO 'JSi rooms, rent $165, swell snap 390t> Big list at cur office. 705 Market st. Phone Black C872. FOR SALE — A BOARDING-HOUSE; MEDIUM SIZE; ELEGANTLY FURNISHED; LOCA- TION BEST IN THE CITY; LEA3K; OWNER LEAVING TOWN. BOX 2S5<J. t CALL OFFICE. A ROOMING-HOUSE enap; 18 rooms in a fine location; just furnished new; if you take it quick a very low price will be made; don't overlook this offer: there's nothing In town to b»at it. ApDly H. S. RANSON. 261 Geary. jSPIRITUALISM. _^ PROF. Fred P. Evans, noted psychlo for slate- writing and clairvoyance; stamp for circular. 1112 Eddy tt.. nr. Octavla: phona Scott 887. MME. YOUNG'S convincing test circle to- night; 10c; private readings dally. 010 Mc- Allister. Seer Egyptian, Hindoo occult; reads dally; cir- cles Wed.,Fri..Sun., 8 p.m.; 10c. C40 Ellis st. W G. KEEGAN holds test seances every night except Sat.; 10c; git.. 10 to 5. 14S Sixth st. EDWARD EARLE. 1052 Ellis, readings dally. 9:30 to 4: seances Sunday and Thuraday. CLAIUVOYAM'S. A— PAufTDESTINE^ The First Registered Trance Clairvoyant and Palmist Ever in San Francisco. Read Carefully. An llcnetst Proposition. I No Ctarge. No Charge ' Unless you obtain the information for which you consult me. I do hereby solemnly agree and guarantee to make no charge if I fall to tell your name, oc- cupation and what you called for; I promise to tell you if husband, wife or sweetheart is true or false; tell who and when you will marry; in fact; I will tell every hope, fear or ambition better than you can tell yourself; I reunite the separated, restore lost affections, cause speedy and happy marriage, give you good luck, re- store loet energy; 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.: Sun. 2-8. 320 OTarrell St.; low fee thto week— $1. $1..$1. MME. M. BERNARD; THE FAMOUS Clairvoyant and business medium, perma- nently located at 17 Third Bt., 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, discontented or not satisfied with life, or have- domestic, love or business troubles, consult this great medium and you will be told how to overcome them; valuable advice In all af- fairs of life; 25c up; gatlHfactlon guaran- teed: readings by mail. Tel. Blck 4569. A LIVORNO, The World-Renowned Palmist And Crystal Gazer. 34 Kearny Ft., over Hammersmith & Field's; eee portrait of Mme. Livorno and original testimonials from distinguished people at en- trance; 3 questions by mall, $1. Send month and year of birth. ISMAR, the Egyptian gypsy, clairvoyant and palmist, permanently located at 1104 Market St., cor. Turk; private readings dally, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; readings by mall as eattsfae- tory as In person; 3 questions answered, $1; full life, $5: send lock of hair, date and year of birth: don't send currency. Send postofflce, Wells-Fargo money order or registered letter. MME. VEINA, wonderful trance medium and card reader; Just returned from long ab- sence. 400 Geary, near Mason. * room 1. MRS. A. H. KRONENBERO. palmist, clalr- voyant, card reader: when others fall try m«-; good reading 10c. 721 Franklin, nr. O. O. ave A— Mme. Ravenna rtads life, business advice; names given; 25c up. 6 4th St.. near Market. MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant, card reader re- moved from^132 Cth to 23% 6th; la. 25c, g. 50c. OLDEST lady palmist and card reader In city. •MV, Kearny. room 20; ladles, 25c, gents 60c. MME. WALTERS, great card reader; la. 25c, gents COc. 051 Mission St., nr. 6th; open Sun. MISS ZEMDAR. young gifted clalr. and palm.; names; L. 50c, G.$l. 714 FTanklln.nr.O.Q.ave. MISS WARD, removed to 119 Larkln, room 18 gives names, dates and facts. Hours- 11 toOptn. MRS. SHAFER. clairvoyant, card reader; sit- tlnrs dallv. ¦MS 14 Jessie st.. b»t. Sth and Cth. CO--ECTiqy OFFICES. ' BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made: city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10; tel. 6580. C__DI_ C_OT_X___. C? F. ADAMS CO. ~~~— ~~~ SPECIAL CREDIT STORE. . We clothe tbe whole f ami]/ from hats to thoes; everything up to date at cash prices. Credit for all. 818 Mascn st BUY your suits and overcoats at LICHTEN- STEIN BROS.. 25 - Stockton st.; on small weekly payments; goods delivered- on first payment. . - .--... - ... --_ ~s HTjyru 1 — ¦_. WHO DOES IT? HUNTER. 1206 Market st. Send for circular. Why will you suffer? -iS-ln. 1 '.-'.'-.!-'. - PETECTXYES. ¦ , ' WESTERN DETECTIVE AGENCY attends to all legitimate detective work,' civil and crimi- nal, shadowing, investigations, private Inform- ation; charges reasonable: correspondence strictly confidential. Parrott bldg.; room 465. DHESSMAKBRS AND SKAMSTKKSSKi ACCORDION, sunburst & knife platting Stew- - art's button _ buttonhole factory. 11V) Taylor. McDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery School- Patterns cut to measure :ere. class. 1019 Mrkt. THB^CALL JOHIT D. SP-ECESLS, Proprietor. ii!LiX£sCC--_i5ut_ri3 iOH- KcEADGHT. Kaiazer W. J. MARTIN Business Manager. TELEPHONE. A*k for THE CALL. The Operator Will Con- nect You With the Department Vou WUa. Publication Office Market and Third. S. F. Editorial Rooms 217 to 281 Stevenson tt. Delivered by Carrier?. 20 Cts. Per Week. 75 Cts. Per Month. Single Copies 5 CentF. Terms by Mail. Including Fo*taee (Cash Wilh Order) : DAILY CALL Hnclud. Sunda-' 1 >f»r. .$*. 00 DAILY CALL Unclud. Sunday). C ir.os.. <.»•• DAILY CALL— By PinpJe Month _~« SUNDAY CALL. 1 Year B.SQ WEEKLY CALL. 1 Year • ••'" _.„_.„.. ( Daily... $S. s<» Per Year Extra 1^ 1 Sunday.. 4.15 Per Year Krtra POS^AOt. iWeekfy.. 1.00 Pfr ,Y**r Extra ALL POSTMASTERS ARE AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS. Sample Copies will be forwarded when re- Mail rub*cribeis In ordering change °I.«?.- drefs fhould be j>articular to give bom 7>t,\\ AND OLD ADDRESS in order to insure a prompt and «»i~ >ct comiliance with their re- o.ue*t. OAKLAND OFFICE: 1118 Broadway Telephone Main I0S3 BERKEL^TOFFICE: 2148 Center Street Telephone North 1 1 WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT: MORTON E. CRANE... -.1 *0« G Mreet. N. W. NEW YORK NEWS STANDS: Waldo-f - Aftnria Hotel; A. Brentano. 31 l-nlOT 1 Square; Murray Hill Hotel; Fifth-ave- nue Hctel and Hoffman House. CHICAGO NEWS STANDS: , Fher-ar. House: P. O. News _«-^<»re*M Northern Hotel: Tremont House; Au<5ftonum Hotel; Palmer Houpe. CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVE: C. GEORGE KROGXKSS...Marquctte Build g (Long Distance Telephone. "Central «eiw. ) NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVE : STEPHEN B. SMITH 30 Tribune Building NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT: C. C. CARLTON ..-.'- Herald Square BT'PINESS OFFICE of the Fan Francisco Calf corner Markrt *nd Third streets: open until 12 o'clock w-Tf n l* ht )T1 th * year ' BRANCH OFFICES: 627 Montgc— try etreet. corner clay: open un- tH »:30 p. m. .-,00 Have* ftreet: open until J p. ™J CT9 M^AlliFter Etreet: open until »:.U> p. m. *;15 Larkln street: open until «:30 p. m. TM1 lli«Ficn ytreet; open until 10 p. m. Sri Market Mreet. comer Sixteenth; open until ft p. m. !O<; Eleventh Ftreet: cpen until 9 p. ~ . K___i?S_^S^ S%~ *tr~ts; SrThVA" 1 " co^ of Twenty - "cond and Kentucky Mr«-t5: open until » p. m. 2200 Filimore Ftreet ; cr>fn until i« p. m. MEETING NOTICES. ING December IS. at 7:^0 o clock. /V\ Stated m'-etir.g and flection of officers. Ey order of the H. P. FRANKLIN" H. DAY. Secretary. GOLDEN «".ate Lodge No. .".0 F. and A. « yl — <-s:i*d mwtine THIS rTUESDAYI VV EVENING, at 7 ::«» o'clock. First <Je- />r\ rree. I<v order of the W. M. EDWIN L. METER, Secretary. 1 — . — ¦ ! DORIC Lodge No. 21 «, F. and A. M. — « £e<-or<d degree THIS (TUESDAY) af-"vy I ternooa at 1 o'clock. Bjr order _f the /V\ j Master. J. R. GOLDSMITH. Sec. YfKPA lil'KXA LoJee No. 15. I. ,aS_3Sa*fc. O ". F. — Officers :.n 1 n '. ¦- n. b v t» -""yi^S^S^c. ¦ re hereb> notified to assprr.l)!« -^iS^3«^r In the lodceroom TUESDAY. "S^r*^ F>c. IS l'J<~. at 12:3U D. m.. to attend the furfral of our late brother. CHRISTIAN PMITH. FRANK -BULL, N. G. CHAS. A. WISE WELL. Uec. Sec. AfFTKIAX noneioleit Society — Regu-i^-jy^, lai meeting WEDNESDAY KVKN- &*^ ING, -December l«, l'.KK!, »¦ 7 ::;* Jx_i_ sharp. Appropriation* and dona- ***&* tions. election cf officer* for thp ensuing year aud ottur very important buslr.eFS. The •ju'ftion of consolidation will Ise finally Fet- tled tt this meeting and every member is re- quested to be present. Fines for non-attend- ance »i:t t>? Ftrictl' imposed. Ry order cf Aim. MIK1TLICH. President. DE WITT W. TOLL. Recording Secretary. THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Nevada National Hank of San Fran- ci*co. Cal., will be held at its banking hojse, 301 Montgomery Ftreet. San Fran- cisco. Cal.. on Tuesday. January 12. 1904, «t 3:15 p. m.. for the election of directors to wn* during the ensuing year, and for the transaction of ruch other business as ir.ay come before the meeting. GEORGE GRANT, Sec. Pan Francisco. Dec. 12. 1003. ADOPTION. HEALTHY boy baby for adoption. MRS. DR FfNKE. lOft Eighth ft.. Alameda. AGEXTS WASTED. ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Wanted— Solicitors; monthly ealary to expe- rienced men or women who can Kiiarantee the b*-st and moat desirable business.. Uox :;i*6. Call. AGENTS — Art arency for a proposition that is. a decided improvement on building and loan 's worth having. tireat Western Improve- raent Cemimny. Parrott building. JPOR CHILDREN. WANTED — To care for a child by a corn^ petent woman: ha* own home. 1714 I at.. bet. 18th and 19th aves.. Sunset district. ATTORKE V S-AT-LA tV. W. IL BITTNER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Advice free. Phone South ««S. Suite £22. Emma Spreckels building. Divorces quietly and legally obtained for eight causes; damages secured for Injuries to pet* on or estate: replevins for property un- lawfully detained; attachments and garnish- ments for debts; bonds furnished; bankruptcy < proceedings; wills probated; estates settled; j collections made In all parts of the U. 8. A PRIVATE, quick divorce for k small fee. Eee me and save money; no pay in advance. G. W. HOWE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Established 22 yrs . ; rms. 1. 2. 3. 4 „ 5. 1st fl 1122 Market et.. between Mason aod Taylor Advice free, all matters. Detectives employed! R. W. KING. Attorney-at-Law. Exam, bldg fith floor, entrance room 611; established 20 years; all cases; general court and office practice; no fee In advance or for consulta- tlon; evenings by appointment. Tel. Red 3001. ADVICE free — I will advance cost in meritori- cus cases, divorces, probate and all other law caees: no fees In advance; open every even- tr.g. J. M. THCRSTOX. 819 Market Bt., r. 81. ADVICE FREE. Columbian Law and Collection Agency. Room K3. 016 Market at.; teL John C220. • DIVORCE co cts $12; quick and quiet: open evenings. Examiner building, room 313. DIVORCE costs $J2: open evenings: tenants •«*ct«»<J. $5. !>1C Marked r.e2:phone Black 6S1. DIVORCE — Costs. $12; quick, quiet; advice fr»»; open evenings. 827 Market «l., r. 30L 1~ 6. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bidg., 927 M«r- feet tt.; consultation free: no fees Li advance. ADVICE free; no charge unless successful; all :«w b-j«ln~s. W. V~. Pa\-Hstm. 027 Market. umuS( DOGS. BTC. WARBLING canaries, talking parrots- all kinds of eocg and fancy birds; goldfish ' seed cages, etc. Give us a trial; we will please ' you. 1M6 Market «t. P CAKPET BEATIXG ASP CL.KA.MXG. j AlK com pressed. _n r. Ice cold, la now univer- sally used in sanitary cleaning carpets on flocr, without removal O r Injury; prices mod- i —ate. Apply S. F\ COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. Call bid.; phone Main S237. ' WHEN you become disgusted with your work •end for EPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat. Ing Works SSS-SS7 Tehama st. : teL South 40. TRY Hopke Bros.; carpet beating: mattresses made over. 1432 Howard: teL South 216. WESTERN Carpet Cleaning Works. 1800 Har- rison ct.; Al cleaning; 3c; tel. Mission 221. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Eutter St.- tel. Main 391. GEO. WALCOM _ CO.. Props! RUDOLPH _ CO.. carpet-beating works; price* reasonable. 1703 Harrison at.: tel. Mission 2C3. COXKUyg Superior Carpet-beating Works. 133 Gollen Gate are,; telephone Eart 120. EMPLOYMENT WASTED— MALE. A HANDY man would like a situation around a private residence: used to care of horses; city or country: more for a home than wages. P. B.. C8 Hermann st. ACCOUNTANT would keep bcoks for small concern during leisure hours. Address box 4S57. Call office. YOUNG man wants work at onca as man about place, butler or valet; Al reference. Box 3704. Call. . ' _^ WANTED — By reliable man of 40. position as night watchman: good references. Address bojc 4S75, Call office^ ENERGETIC young man would do household duties at private residence In exchange for room or room and board. Box 3164. Call. MARRIED man wants position as foreman on stock ranch. Box 4S02, Call office. MILLWRIGHT wishes position on stamp mill. Address W. W.. 60S Bryant St., S. F. A MAN (30). from East Canada, wishes to work on a small ranch or around a place. Box 4S54, Call. A CAPABLE man wishes to work in liquor store, either tend bar or deliver. A. D.. 203 Ellis Et. . ' COLORED man wishes work of any kind; handy around place In general, or Janitor work; best of references. Box 2908, Call. YOUNG man, good worker, wishes place In gentleman's stable: can milk; wages no ob- Ject; references. Box 48B1. Call office. ELDERLY man wishes position as bartender; good references; German. Box 4S07, Call. JAPANESE boy wants position as schoolboy In small family in city or country: $2 per week; high Bchool student. H. MOTO, 807 Polk 8t. JAPANESE with recommendations wishes po- ultlon of any style; good cook; city or coun- try; private family. Box 4852. Call office. GOOD Chinese cook wants position In private family. CHUNG WING, 002 Clay st. A JAPANESE first-class cook wants position; best references. 374 Sutter st.. room 5. FINANCIAL. A— 5 PER CENT MONTHLY On investments of $100 and upward; no "get- rich-qulck" swindle, turf speculation or gam- bling scheme, but a reputable, established business .enterprise In San Francisco: cleared $07,000 last year on $100,000 capital; stock Increased $20,000 to enlarge the plant; call or write for particulars. GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 027 Market et. COMPANIES incorporated, financed and sioc* floated. W. H. BITTNER. Lawyer aod Fl- nanclal Agent. "22 Emma Spreckels bldg. FACIA- MASSAGE. __^ A — WRINKLES removed; floe complexion guar- anteed, new method; 6Oc. M. LUTONf, manl- curing parlors. 784 Larkln St.; phone Polk 17. FLATS TO LET. A — HOUSES and flats to let; an Immense' list; service absolutely free: take advantage of this department: it will save you time and trouble. Cordes Furniture Co., 248-25U Geary u.. on the square. ALL of the most desirable riots ami house* ar» listed In our renting department; let us give you a list and help you find one in the loca- tion you want. STERLING FURNITURE COMPANY, 1039 Market St.; services abso- lutely free. UPPER flat of. 4 rooms and bath; sunny: mod- ern conveniences. 63 Dehon St., between Sixteenth and Seventeenth, near Sanchez. MASONIC • ave., 1317 — Elegant sunny upper flat. 7 rooms and bath: near park. FURMTURB WANTED. , A — Highest price paid for fur., carpets, etc. Mrs. T. B. Selby. Equitable Fur. Co.. 812 Larkin. HIGHEST price for furniture and mdse. _. H. BURD. auctioneer. 1818 Mkt. ;te I. Howard A. WOLLPERT, 77:s Mission, phone Red +*<«. buys rents, repairs, packn furniture, carpets. HELP WASTED — FEMALE. WANTED — Cook, email hotel, country. $30; city, $30; cook, Alameda. $30; second girl, sarn^ house, $15; cook and second girl, same house, city, . $"5. ~ $20;' housework, no wash- ing, Oakland, $35; kitchen helper, $25, sleep home; cook, ranch. $20; housekeeper, $:?0; 0 waitresses for hotels, $20, $25: second girl, $20, $25; second girl, Oakland, $30; cham- bermaid, $20; chambermaid, wait one meal, $20; country hotel, $25: nurse girls, $16, $20. $25. $30. and 44 general housework girls, city and country. $20. $25. $30. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st. WANTED — G first-class waitresses for restau- rant; $10 a week; non-union. J. F. CROS- ETT & CO.. 334 Sutter st. WANTED — A mother and daughter for house- work. Mt. View; 2 famillen; $45. See party office 11 o'clock to-day. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter. AT San Francisco Employment Bureau, 17 Fourth St., phone Grant 26 — Girl for house- work, city, $25; elck nurse, city; light house- , work, city. $20; salesladies, fancy department, Oakland, $0 a week. • . A— \VANTED — Girls to learn hairdreestnr. manicuring, etc.; trade taught from A to Z In 2 weeks: $5 to those entering now: 3 po- sitions to fill immediately; positions guaran- teed at $10 per week up: leading school in West. 233 . Geary st< room 13. •A — Girls to learn millinery now for spring sea- ton: both seasons taught from start to finish In 1 month for $10; positions as trimmers, salesladies, etc.. guaranteed at $10 per wk. up; day and evening class. 143 Stockton St.. r. 13. A — LADIES to learn all branches halrdresatng trade: manicuring, massage, etc. 1238 Mar- ket St.. cor. Jonea. room 94; positions secured -at highest wages; day and eve. class; call. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS AND RIV- ETERS; NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: PAID SALARY. LEVI STRAUSS - CO.'S FACTORIES. 32% FREMONT ST. AND 1873 MISSION. NEAR FIFTEENTH. WANTED — A lady to travel for an old, estab- lished house of t>oHd financial standing* good salary and expenses weekly; expenses ad- vanced; pleasant work; new line; good refer- ences and security required. Address box 271. Sacra mer to,' Cal. - LiADIES wanted everywhere, copying letters at home , evenings, or .spare time and return to . us; . no • mailing or canvassing; ¦ $9 - weekly earned; materials free. Enclose self -addressed . envelope for particulars. Guarantee Co:, No. S. 4. Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED— A girl for two In the family; no children; no washing; a good home for the right ; person. 17»4 • Ellis Bt., corner Pierce; . apply 10 to 4.. . .. EXPERIENCED. lace "or hosiery salesladies. JOE ROSENBERG, 816 Market St. GERMAN girl for plain cooking and light ' housework. : 2£>4 Valencia" st. ¦' PANTS operator wanted.' 673 Geary st. WANTED^-Distributers, .:; markers,' i shirt rub- : bers. ; Electric Laundry, t<!7 Folsom st. SALESLADY, wanted . for. jewelry ! store. Cal! •at 84U Market St., between 0 and" 11 a. m. HORSES AXD AVACO.WS— Tontlnoert. FOR sale — Second-hand panel top wagons. In- quire R. NUGENT. IS Tenth sT ! FOR sale — Open rubber-tired hack: best condi- tion for business; yi'50. 1«I5 Eddy st. i FOR sale — Low-set wagon, suitable for car- penter. &4;l Howard st^ FOR sale' — Handsome trap cheap. Address box 3759. Call office. FOR sale — 3 young horses; single ct double. Apply 00 York st. 1 MUST b« sold at sacrifice; 3 good horses. 327 Sixth st. $_ Al EXPRESS wagen. light camping wagoa and go-cart for sale ch*ap. 532 Mission st. Largest assortmt 2-hand wagons, buckb'd. s>jr- ' rey.narness. work. driving horses. I5th- Valencia A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call. 1C pages. In wrapper, fnr mailing. $1 per yoar. UOI'SES FL'KM-HKD KOlt SALK. MUST sell at once, folding-bed, dresser, chif- foniers, leather couch, dining set, carpets. etc. 1S13 Market st. HOUSES TO LKT. A PRINTED list of houses to let; send for cir- cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Mcatgo.T.ery. A— HOUSE5? and flats to let: an Immense list; e»rvlee absolutely free; take advantac* of thin decartrcent; It will save you tlm» and trouble. Cordes Furniture Ca. 243-259 Geary St.. on the square. BEFORE moving get our printed list of houses to let. BALDWIN & HOWELL. 25 Post st. LOST A>D FOl'.N'D. LOST — Last evening about 6 o'clock, a yellow skin purse with large gold monogram and turquoise setting. " Reward at Palace Hotel office; Initials on purse. P. W. W. R. LOST— Several railroad letters. Return to C07 Ellis. Reward. LOST — Male fox terrier with black and brown head. Return, to 820 Page st. ; reward. IT will pay to "Rememher" that th« California Watch Case Co.. 220 Sutter st.. needs oil rold and sliver to make new watch eases. MEDICAL. MRS. DR. WYETIL specialist fcr all fen_lf complaints; Instant relief: guaranteed: 39 years' experience: removed to 828 Post st. MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist fcr all fe- male troubles and Irregularities; instant re- lief guaranteed. 1008V> Market St.. opp. 5th. VALPEAU'S fema:o pills; best regulating pllis sold: price $2 50 by express. Pasteur's syringe and tab'^ts; price $5. By express only on receipt it price. OSGOOD BROTH- ERS, wholesa!* druggists. Seventh and, Broadway. Oakland. DR. O. W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or In trouble consult this specialist ca femal* complaints: positively corrected; the unfortu- nate helped; the most difficult casea treated; advice free. Office. 1018 Market st. Drs. Goodwin. 733 Turk. nr. Van Ness — Expert In obstetrics, female complaints; lnst. relief; treatment $10; hours. 10 to 9; 25 years cxper. MRS. D. ALLEN. HIS Market— Reliable ladies' specialist ; a private horns before and during confinement; best medical care; low fees. A maternity villa: private: recluded: confiden- tial. Dr. E. Funke, |_td Eighth st., Alameda. DR. ROSEN resides 2005 Folsom St.. corner 26th; ladies, relief cr no fee; $10. DR. and MRS. DAVIES and HINDOO HERBS; original method of treatment. 112tJ Market st. DR. NO TOY KEE. 313 Powell st.. opposite Union square: all diseases cured by herb». SIUCEX-AXEOUS KOIl SALE. BOILERS, engines. 2d-hand machinery. McIN- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 105-197 Fremont st. DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? Repair it with elaterlte: In rolls easy to lay; needs no painting or coating; good over rid irr.D. tin or shingles: best for new roofs. ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 71.t Market st. 2D-HAND machinery, boilers, engines, pumps, - pulleya, shafting, etc.. etc.. bought, sold, rented an«l exchanged ; see Sunday paper*. M. S. WHITE MCH'V CO.. 13Q-132 Beal« st. AUTOMOBILES — White Stanhope. 1MO5 mod?!; can carry four; fine condition; basket, etc.; a bargain; cost *140O; will sell $70O. Address "Auto," box U83, Call office. A^-Fine suits. $7 CO; dress pants. $2 50. Origi- nal Misrtt Clothing Parlors, _:S Kearny St., near Bush; open to 9 p. m.. Sunday to noon. A — Buys, sells or rents gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 25U-255 Spear Bt. TYPEWRITERS, slightly used, sold at cost; new Underwood visible typewriter cataloc sent free. R. E. Revalk & Co., San Francisco. TRY our .men's shoss at $1 and $1 50 pair; foot-form shoes at ?'J 50; we pa/ express charges. 11 3d St., Exam, bid.; catalog free. ALTERATION sale — Best $2 5O hats. $1 50. Popular Price Hatter, 330 Kearny St., near Pine; open to 0 p. m.; Sundays to noon. DISPOSING cf Wltte gas engines; 2 H. P.. 20 H. P.; attractive prices.. The Tracy Engi- neering Co., 151 Fremont^t.. S. F. FOR sale — Very fine Cocker ssaniel pups, 8 weeks cM. 713 Folsom st. FOR sale^ — Elegant sealskin coat, bust 33. 91S Polk st. * .' - SOUK gcod Becond-hand gasoline engines, 1 to 12 H. P.. cheap. E. B. Beck & Co.. 12S Mkt. SAILING ark for hunting and fishing. 328 Uusb, St.. third floor, room 4. FINE steam automobile: first-class running or- der. W. V., 02O Lyon st.. San Francisco. SLOT machines cheap; Chicagoes, Twentieth Centuries. Pucks. BACIGALUPI. 833 Market. DKSKS and safes: see the complete line at 1818 Market, ab. Van Ness. RICHARDSON BROS. Printing office. 3 C.&P. preisea. motor, cutter, type, fixtures; dcing good business. 21>S8. Call. ' SAFES — New and second-hand. THE HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 307 Battery st. A VERY tine diamond heart for $210 at W. J, IIKSTIIAL'S. 10 Sixth st. NEW and second-hand machinery of all kinds. K ROG II MNFG. CO.. 519 Market St. s MOVIXd pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental; bargains. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post at. MILES of pipe and fittings; all siies. EU- GENE RILEY & SONS. 109 Valiejo st. SAFES — New and second-hand. E. B. BECK & CO., 122 Market at. \!I barga!ns;camp stools and chairs; hammocks, metal beds.mattresses. J.F.Hotter.712 Mission. . Edison phnncgraphs, records, supplies, moving' J picture machines, films. Baclgalupi. 9"~J Mkv. GASOLINE engines, automobiles and launches; all sires. J. E. DOAK, 46 Fremont st. ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters: all makes. ALEXANDER & CO., 110 Montgy. A BRANCH office cf The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at 1003 Market St., opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. m. UISCEXLAAEOUS WA.VM. T&K.S and libraries 'bought. H~C. HOLMES. 1149 Market St.; phene Jessie 3741. or postal. I PAY highest prices for all kind* of cast-off clothing; send postal. MORRIS. 87l> Folsom. WANTED — A small screw cutting lathe and a motor to run It. Box iSSl. Call office. MOTOR. 2 h. p.. .also stitching machine wanted. Box 3770. Call office. /-" TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. 154 9th st. : tel. Jessie 2851. ~ SlO.tKV TO LOAM. AAA— HERllAN^MCRpilY. ™™ ' eOl-602-603 Examiner bulldia*. Quick «ettlernents: no disappointment. Save expenses by dealing directly. Estates sevund mortgages, undivided Inter- ests, assignments of rents, property la trust, etc. ; legacies, li'e estates and undivided in- terests in property purchased. » Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential. When You Need Moaev See HERMAN MURPHY. ! STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. LOANS on fur- niture, pianos or to salaried people on their note: proper treatment guaranteed. ILLINOIS TRUST CO.. r. 10, Phelan bid. tel. Main 7O». A— 1 per cent on furniture or piano: no removJ^ al. no commission, no publicity :$_'5 up; quick, *' private, confidential. 26 Montgomeiy, rn. 7! ADVANCES on furniture apd pianos without removal; . to permanent salaried people on their note without security or knowledge of employer; lowest rates: r.o commission. NA. ¦ T1ONAL CREDIT CO.. OS and 63 Doaofcoe building. 1170 Market st. . ALL loans on diamonds and jewelry 2 per cent ma S. F. Collateral Loan Bank, S33 Kearnr. V1 =—^ J — . X X Jl J — . J — i V V _T~l- _L N JL k_^ >~> f -- -*- -J — iJ - * The old merchant remarks. "I often have had Occasion to learn how a little Want Ad May secure best of help or may fill. a great need, :•'. At a cost that's so small it is nothing indeed. Every paper I've tried and I really must say That Call ads bring most answers and therefore best pay."