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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1904.
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SPIRITUALISM.
REV. KATIE HEUSSMANN holds farewell
* test circle to-night and Sat. eve., 25c; sit-
tlngs only this month. 1000 Harrison st.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY.
Clairvoyant, trance, business medium and life
reader. 1206 Market st.. Gait House.
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS' materializing se-
ances Wednesday Friday Sunday evenings;
50c. 328 EUla st.'
C. V. MILLER'S materializing seance Thura- ;
day, S o'clock, $1. 1084 Bush st.
FULL-FORM materializing seance to-night, 8
o'clock sharp. 50c; read, daily. 457 Eddy at.
PROF. FRED EVANS, noted clairvoyant and
alate- writer. 1112 Eddy st. Phone Scott 887.
CLAIUVOYAYi.",
THE FUTURE REVEALED, THE PAST
DISCLOSED.
The Present Analyzed by Livingstone.
PROF. LIVINGSTONE'S readings are like
. a living page of Flammarion'9 treatise that is
so electrifying the world to-day. He Is no
imitator. His work is upon original lines,
pure thought, clear vision. He tells you what
you desire to know and works in. the open
light.
! He la as conspicuous for his wonderful oc-
cult analysis as he is for his original ex-
pression and vivid truthfulness. j
A test reading is not a life reading. When
you call on PROF. LIVINGSTONE be will
give you a full life reading for $1. A test Is
of little value; when the mind is troubled you
need more substantial aid and advice. This '
is Just j what PROF. LIVINGSTONE gives I
you when you call on him for a first-class
, clairvoyant readingf
He asks you no questions, but tells you
what you wish to know.
He does not mention all the ills and mis-
fortunes you axe hefr to. You are acquainted
with the facts ln your case. Let PROF.
LIVINGSTONE analyze the matters that are
troubling you, find the cause of trouble and
suggest the remedy.'
Permanently located 428 Eddy St.; 3 sepa-
rate reception parlors. Lady attendant.
Hours. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
ASSURED success for you.
Call at once and save $4.
His famous $5 readings this week for
$1 $1 $1 $1 $1 • $1 $1 |1
No charge — No charge
Unless you obtain the information for
which you consult him.
PAUL DESTINE
The first registered trance clairvoyant and
palmist ever in San Franciscc.
Read carefully. An honest proposition.
(You to be full Judge.)
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 tel'. you It
husband, wife or lover is true or false; who and
when you will marry; how to gain the love of
the one you desire; "ln fact," I will tell you
every hope, fear or ambition better than you
can tell yourself; his advice Is reliable; his
powers are wonderful and indisputable; he im-
proves your character so that you will reacb
the highest possible development in mental
vigor, health, happiness and capacity to earn
wealth; the controlling power laiplaated in your
nature, so you can conCrol any one secretly;
cures disease and lest vitality; gives advice on
mining and buried treasures; gives you auccesa
in life; he guarantees you 'success or c_ arges
nothing for his services.
10 a. m. to 8 p. m. — Closed Sunday.
320 O'Farrell st.— 326.
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,
discontented, or not satisfied with life, or
have domestic, love or business troubles, con-
sult this great medium and you will be told
how to overcome them; valuable advice ln
all affairs of life; 25c up; satisfaction guar-
anteed; readings by mail. Tel. Black 4569.
ELLSMERE, greatest clairvoyant and psychic
palmist; if ln trouble or doubt consult him;
better than Chelro or San Germalne; original,
exact, reliable: each line and mark of the
hand explained as never before; teaches and
develops others by an unfailing method; his
clairvoyant work is unequaled; advises on
mining, law. love, marriage, health and all
affairs of life. Parlors 2 and 3, 1007% Mar-
ket st., near Sixth.
MME.PORTER, celebrated clairvoyant medium,
card reader, born with a double veil and sec-
ond sight, tells past, present and future; 1.
COc, g. by cards $1 : palmistry and clairvoyant
eit., $1 CO. 312 Mason St., near Geary.
MISS ZEMDAR, young, gifted clair. & palm.;
I correctly treat your love affairs, domestic
troubles, bus. and financial success; names;
L.. 50c; G., SI. 714 Franklin, nr. G. Q. ave.
A — Miss M. Wllle, 330 Ellis, clairvoyant crys-
tal seer and life reader, will tell you exactly
what you called for without asking a ques-
tion: names given; special. $1; hours 10 to 8.
MRS. DR. MARTIN, wonderful spiritual heal-
er and bus. medium, read dally $1: develop-
lng class Thursday 3 p. m. 612 Eddy st.
Mrs.A.H.Kronenberg.palmlst. clairvoyant, card
reader: when others fall try me.good readings
25c. 721 rranklln.nr.O.G.ave.TeI.Larkln 4207.
A — Mme. Ravenna reads life; business advice;
names given: C5c up. 835 Howard.bet-<th_5th.
OLDEST lady palmist and card reader in city.
2G% Kearny. room 20: ladies 25c, gents 30c.
MME ODELL returned ;clalrvoyant, card read-
er: 'tea leaves;25c up. Lower flat. 532 Ellis.
MISS WARD, clairvoyant, give names, date
and facts; readings dally. 017 Market st.
MRS BROWN, clairvoyant, card reader, re-
moved from 132 to 23 ft 6th; 1. 25c. g. COc.
MME/ MASEAU. card reader: 1. 25c, g. 50c;
Wednesday only. 1. 10c, g. 25c. 120 6th st.
SPIRITUAL healer; successfully treats all dis-
eases; 2 treatments. 93S Golden Gate ave.
ISMAR. the celebrated Egyptian seeress. will
return from her vacation July 1.
MRS BAUMANN. the well-known fortune-
teller, is now at 317 Ellis st. •
MRS. SHAFER, clairvoyant, card reader. s!t-
tlngy dally. 44St4 Je»»1e «t.. bet. 6th and «th
DENTISTS.
A NEW plate^ — The Whalebone— cannot break;
warranted 20 yrs.; crown, $3 CO; fillings, COc:
plates, $5; full set: all work painless and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market. nr.Eleventh
— No chance for extracting when plates are
made; old plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per set; extracting 50c: gas given.
FREE examination with chart at the New
York, Dentists, 0C0 Mission st.. SE. cor. 6th.
Paris Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor. Bush —
Set teeth. $1 50 up; crowns, $2 up; fillings, 25c.
ARTHUR CHISHOLM. surgeon-dentist. r.14, 1st
floor. Phelan bid.. 806 Market, cor. .O'Farrell.
GOLD fillings, 75c; sliver. 35c: crowns, $2; no
pain: open Sundays. Dr. O.B.Hewitt, 204 Suttr.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
IB pages, ln wrapper, for mailing. JI wr vear.
Uk-S.<NAKKKS AJVD KKAMSTKKSSKJ
ACCORDION, sunburst and knlfe-plaltlng.
Stewart's button and buttonhole factory, lit)
Taylor st.: tel. Folsom 2121.
LESSONS In dressmaking Sats. or evgs. by ap-
pointment. MISS CAMPBELL.6S0 Clay st.,r.ll
MCDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery achool —
Pattern* cut to measure; eve. class. 1019 Mkt.
EDUCATIONAL.
AT home ln our new quarters, the largest, best
1 lighted and most delightful place of business
etudy in the entire West. New. complete,
extensive departments. Thorough, Inspiring
instruction 75-page catalogue on request.
CALIFORNIA BUSINESS COLLEGE, W)l-
025 Golden Gate ave.
A BIGGER school than ever. On, June 1 we
move to new fireproof building. 738 Mission
St.. near Third! More cpace, finer rooms,
better light. Finest In the West. Come and
see. S. F. BUSINESS COLLEGE, now at
1236 Market st. ¦ ¦ -
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST. S.
F. — Bookkeeping, shorthand, touch typing.
• languages, telegraphy, English branches; day.
and night sessions; illustrated cataloguejTree.
AYRES. the leading business college, 723 Mar-
ket St.; established 18 years;. special discount
during month of June; catalogue free.
HEALD'S School of Mlnes&Electriclty,24 Post |
st... S. F. ; a practical school of engineering;
complete equipment. Special catalogue free.
DANCING — Adults. Mon. and Fri. evgs; Juve-
niles. Sat. 2 to 5: priv. lessons dally. Find-
lay's Hall, 17th. bet. Valencia and Guerrero,
ENGINEERING— Civil, elec.. mln.. mech.. sur-
. vey, assay cyanide: day ev. ; es|. 1S04. Van
der Naillen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
BOOKKEEPING, English, matn., etc.. day cr
eve. individual Instr. Rm. 2, 305 Larkin. Prof.
. T. A.. Robinson, formerly of Pac. Bus. Col.
ATTEND Gallagher- Marsh Business College on
advice of oficial court reporters and be com-
petent stenographers. 1382 Market; catalog.
PRIVATE lessons English, shorthand 1 , etc.. ${
mo. Western Business College, 1107 .Market.
GUITAR, mandolin ; and piano. $3 per ; mo. ;
mandolin club, $1, per mo. -82S Haight st.
PIANO lessons. 25c half hour. I MRS. PECK.
- experienced teacher. 1013 Mission, nr. Sixth.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE!.
GEORGE AOKI, 421 Post «t.; t*L Bush 133—
Japanese - Chinese employment offlce; fur-
nishes best help; contracts for farm help; «te.
A — ORPHEUM Employment Offlca^ — Japanese-
Chln?se help. 4'.'ti Powell st. T«l. Main a7S2.
GRAND — Japanese and Chinese employment
offlce. 415 Stockton st. Tel. Orant Ki3.
CHINESE Employment Offlce — Best help at
Loon Seung's. 411H O'K-rrell :t*l. East 42H.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
flc«; all kinds help. 315 Stockton: Main &Wt.
CHINESE and Japanese help: estab. 20 year*.
Tfl. Mam 1007. BRADLEY A CO.. fttO Clay.
ESIPLOVMEXT \VA.\T_I) — FKMALt!^
GOOD American woman will do day work of
any kind; has no one to help her; must have
it now; would take charge of bualnee* prenv
ises; perfectly reliable. Call Immediately.
648A Jessie st., downstairs, bet. 7th and 8th.
POSITION wanted by superior woman; flrst-
class French and English cook; distance not
object, but good home; best references. Box
9K>. Call offlce. .-
I NURSE wishes to go to Los Angelee; highest
| references; will take charge of invalid or
children or any capacity, for fare. Box
028. Call office.
COMPETENT, reliable woman wishes position
as ftrst-class cook; city or country. 623
Third at., room 3. '
WANTED — By middle-aged lady, position as
housekeeper or care of invalid; city or chprt
distance ln country. Apply .856 Folsom st.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaker, fine fitter and cut- ,
ter. will go out by the day; $2 50. 1422
Post at., near Octavia.
A WOMAN would like work of any kind by
the day; $1 50 a day. Call or addresa 173
Clementina st.. flat 3.
BY a Swedish woman; a place to do general
housework. Box 054. Call offlce.
WAITRESS, experienced, wants position; city
or country. 324 Mason St.; phone, Black 2394.
AMERICAN woman with a. child, good cook,
wants wk. ; coun. 324 Mason; tel/ Black 2396.
REFINED woman, position working housekpr. ;
widower's fam. 324 Mason; tel. Black 2396.
A COMPETENT girl would like a situation;
cooking and downstairs work; no objection
to country. 70tiVfr Birch ave., off Buchanan st.
AN experienced young German nurse; full
charge infant: flrst-class reference; wages
$30- $35. 30» Eddy st.
A HOSPITAL nurse will care for invalid, city
or country; will travel: please state case;
$35 per month. Box 007, Call offlce.
AN accomplished young lady elocutionist ac-
customed to travel desires situation as com-
panion to refined lady. Box 3920, Call.
WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The
Call at Eaton's Baxaar. 633 McAllister st.
ADVERTISEMENTS. subscrlp#3ns received at
Call Brunch offlce. cor. Duncan & Church ata.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE.
MAN and wife want place; woman for gen-
eral housework; man to be generally useful
about place; understands horses; no objec-
tion to country. Apply room 9. Wilson
House. 775 Mission st.
SITUATION wanted by man 28 years of age
in dry goods, clothing or shoe businesa; ex-
perienced both ln house and on road; good
references; will go out of city; small salary
to start; cash bond. Box 934, Call offlce.
AN elderly, experienced man wishes position
as elevator runner or night watchman;
speaks English, French and German. Box
035. Call office.
MECHANICAL draughtsman, good designer
and detailer. 18 years' experience mining,
stationary, marine work, wants position or
work at home. Box 324, Call offlce.
STENOGRAPHER, thoroughly up to date, ex-
perienced man, understands bookkeeping,
wants position; best references from former
employers. Address box 036, Call offlce.
SALESMAN, city, wants position with whole-
sale grocery or commission house; has ex-
perience with retail grocers; references. Ad-
dresp box 95S, Call offlce.
SILVERSMITH would like position ln brass or
silver shop; 23 years' experience; or repair
man for store. Box 036, Call office.
COACHMAN and gardener position wanted by
industrious young man; first-class driver;
can milk; best references. Box 959, Call.
WANTED by an active, middle-aged man.
handy with tools, do vegetable and small
fruit gardening, take care of horse and
make himself generally useful; private fam-
ily preferred. Address E. E. M.. Call office,
1118 Broadway. Oakland.
WANTED by elderly man. a Job on chicken
ranch; understands care of chickens: tome-
what of incubating; handy with tools. Ad-
dress E. E. M.. Call offlce. 1118 Broadway.
Oakland.
COMPETENT and experienced orchardlst
wishes to take charge of large property; best
or references given. Address F. FRANK,
P. O. box 271. Lodi. Cal.
FRENCHMAN, 24 years, has traveled a good
deal abroad, speaks and writes English and
Italian, wishes situation of any kind, city or
country. Box 921, Call office.
A YOUNG man wants to serve apprenticeship
at a good trade or work at something where
there is a good chance for advancement.
Box 023, Call offlce.
AN experienced German butcher and sausage-
maker wants situation in city or country.
H. SCHUTZ. 2C2 Sixth St.
ELEVATOR operator, man 34. recently from
the East, desires employment in hotel or of-
fice building. Box 020. Call offlce.
EXPERIENCED Janitor and porter wishes
work. Box 922. Call offlce.
JANITOR job (steady) wanted by middle-aged.
experienced man. Box 937, Call offlce.
STEADY, sober man. age 20. wants any kind
of work; small wages. Address box 047. Call.
MIDDLE-aged barber wants Job ln small coun-
try town. Address BARBER, box 008. Call.
A FIRST-class wood turner and band sawyer
' wants job. Call 313 Minna st.
WANTED— Position as barber. Box 143. Can.
BOY wants to work in a -barber shop. Box
ICO. Call offlce.
Painter, paper-hanger, signwriter. wants work;
tools furn. 1272 Folsom st. ; phone Mint 131.
JAPANESE, honest boy. wants position as «
echool boy. 420 O'Farrell st.
JAPANESE waiter boy wants a position ln
country. FRANK, 465 Jessie St.; tel. Mint
Ml. .
JAPANESE, good cook, wants position to do
cooking and plain washing. S. MORI. 807
Polk st.
JAPANESE flrst-class cook with 7 years' expe-
rience wishes position. U. MINE, 10 Chel-
sea place.
JAPANESE boy wants position to do cooking
housework or .general help. KAWA. 1611
Railroad ave., Alameda.
CHINESE flrst-class cook wants place In pri-
vate family. Box 024, Call offlce.
CHINESE boy wants position ln private fa— i-
ily; fliyt-class cook. 807 Washington st.
FLATS TO LKT.
aaa!- house renting department."""
All desirable vacant bouses and flats are list-
ed ln onr free renting department; over 1O0O
in number; a combined list from all agencies;
,let us give you a list and help you to find a
place; we never fall; service free.
STERLING FURNITURE CO..
1030 MARKET ST..
OPPOSITE MCALLISTER.
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., 243*25d
Geary" st., on the square. . -
ELEOANT corner flat; large sunny rooms; all
modern conveniences -.separate entrances and
vestibule; n.nt reasonable. Southeast corner
of Oek and Shrader st?.
CENTRAL ave.. 71. near Haight — Cheapest
sunniest, up-to-date flat. C large rooms and
bath; must be seen to be appreciated; reason-
able to good tenant.
: COLE. 428, near Page — Elegant 7-r. upper flat-
every room sunny; overlooking G. G. Park.'
; CAPP, 1006, mar Twenty-fifth— New sunny; 3
rooms; modern; yard; rent reasonable.
COLE. 42ft. near Page— Elegant 7-r. upper flat-
every room sunny ; overlooking G. G. Park!
DEVISADERO. 728. cor. Fulton— Modern cor-
ner flat. 7 rooms and bath.
LA iK E .o 740 ' 742 ~ New t***' « rooms each; rent
$25-$3O; fine view. *
LARGEST list of houses and flats to let Call
on.LYON & HOAO. 110 Montgomery at.
NEW. corner, upper Oat. 6 rooms, bath; ma.
rlno view; reduced. 2204 Filbert »U ¦ ..._
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others: Vou an retnectfuily re-
• iursud to attend the funeral of our late
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Men-a Hall. :;20 tof, st ., Thursday May
J6. 1904. at 1 o'clock p. m. By order
z. l. CRiraxH. J c.Vj. nox - Sachem -
THE Caledonian CJub will hold its v C7 C
thirty-eighth annual gathering and _\. S tfi
¦ games at Shell Mound Park MON- >VfV_^
DAY. May a<>. l»04. Renowned
fcthletes ot tlie Pacific Coast, from the Ea«t.
; ¦:**» from Australia, will compete Over
*:;o00 will be distributed ln prizes. In ad-
dition a gold medal valued at $250 will te
awarded to the hfft player on the bagpipes
of Scottish national airs. Highland dancing
on platform by lads and laegies ln costume.
l'rogrammes demiblng over forty events
will be distributed in the city; also across
the bejy get on*. Full bands for the pa-
vilions; dancing in the pavilions until 8 p
m i i.}' 1 *}. 10 ™ ,* in be ac^orded a genuine
Highland welcome. Buy round trip ticket*
for Shell Mound I'ark. Admission to ground*
— Adults. 50c; children 25c.
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J. H. DUNCAN. Secretary.
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KnabllFhed "2 yrr.; rma. 1. 2, 3, 4 _ 5.1st fl
1122 Market *t.. between Mason and Taylor!
Advice free nil matters. Detectives employed.
Ji. \V. KING. Attorney-at-Law, Exam bldg
€th floor, entrance room 611; established "o
years; all cas«-*. general court and office prac-
tice: no fee ln advance or for connultxtlon-
evening* by appointment. Tel. Red 3001. '
ADVICE free: divorce costs $12; no fees or
cotts In advance: all law burners; offlce
orwn Saturday evenings. S13 Market *t.. r. 31.
DIVORCE-^CoFts. $12; qu!ck7~qulet; advice
iree; all law business; no charge unless euc-
w-»ful: cpen evenings. 027 Market, room 301.
DIVORCE law a rp^rialty; no puoliclty; advice
it"*: costs t!2 Ad. B.A.S.. P.O. box 2199. 8. K
L. 6. CLARK. !»27 Market st.; consultation
trie: no f<»e» In advance; open evening*.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
1« rag«> In wrapper, for ¦ Killnc. <1 r»»r year
ASTHMA -IE-TED Y.
A 1)1 Ncla's AMtea Rem«ly relieves lnrtant-
W- 1O<- gSc. ROr, me Mmket. St Viohola* '
AUTOMOBILES.
A RAMI'LKR automobile fcr sale. Addresb
box 37W. Call office.
ATTTOMORILE wanted; Stanhope preferred.
Box £Si0. Call office.
|:£ ntSIXKSS^ CHAXCES.
¦ A— $700;~RESTAURANT opposite Golden Gate
Park; rent $25; good business; clearing about
S1SO per month. Sec K. tJ. WILKE, -OVj
Kearny st.
A— $2500; SALOON; choicest location on Mar-
k?t St.; low rent; good lease; tkgant fix-
tures and a first-class paying business. Call
i R. G. WILKE. 3__i Kearny «t. >
_— 4330; BOTTLE beer route; well established.
See R. G. WILKE. 20 ft Kearny st.
A— $2750; CORNER saloon on Market st In-
cluding 7 rooms; rent $100; return rents $MJ;
lease: a firtt-dass location and well estab-
lished place. See R. G. WILKE. 20": Kear-
ny st. .
A— $000; CIGAR stand, with 4 years 1 lease;
rent $20; one of the brst transfer locations
ln this city: place easily clearing $100 per
month. See R. G. WILKE. -C'.j Keamy et.
A— S2cOO; SOAP factory; a splendid and well-
established business; also manufactory of
washing powder: owner will allow buyer to
lnvestifcatf business for 14 days. See R. 3.
WILKE. 2CM: Kearny st.
A $700; SALOON with long Jcaae ln choicest
part of this city; rent *40; a good paying
business. Call R. G. WILKE, 20 Vi Kearny.
A — *GW — CHOPHOUEE and coffee ealoon, opp.
cable house; place estab. years, with steady
and transient customers; owner clears about
1175 per month. See R. G. WILKE, 20 ft
Kearny Et.
A— DRUGSTORE — drugstcfe — drugstore; price
$4500; established 27 years; lease 5 years;
rent $60; one of the best paying storea in this
city; owntr to retire. Call It. G. WILKE,
20 Vi Kearny sre „ ~-
A— $C00; BUTCHER ehep on Mission St.; rent
$1«; dally receJDta $55; kept by owner 5
years; proprietor to see exDoaltion ln St.
Louis cause of sale. R. G. WILKE, 26*4
Kearny st.
A— 1100; CORNER saloon with 7 rooms on
Bryant et. ; rent $50; place surrounded by
factories and warehouses; a good business. .
Call R. G. WILKE. 20H Kearny st.
A— $1000; BOARDING and rooming house; 30
roomy, kit. -hen and dining-room, 37 beds,
good Jurnlture, lease, place paying well. See
R. G. WILKE. 26^4 Kearny st.
A— $500; PARTNER wanted In chophouse and
coffee saloon; o^en day and night; a first-
class proposition. See R. G. WILKE, 2oMi
Kearny Et. _
A— $2500; DAIRY depot and route; dally sales
60 cans; 8 horses. 4 wagone, etc: most pri-
vate customers; business kept by owner 15
years; a good-paying investment. Call R. G.
WILKE, 2e,\i Kearny st.
A— $500: BUTCHER shop; estab. years; all
cash trade; $40 per day; rent $20; best lo-
cation; a bargain; owner must leave. See
R. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny St.
A— $350; branch bakery and delicatessen
store with 4 rooms; rent $25; fine location:
good business. See R. G. W1LKIE, 2t}*
Kearny et.
A— 52000; SALOON, vicinity Market. Ellis and
Stockton sts. ; rent $150; lease; place estab-
lished years: firtt-class business. Call R. G.
WILKE. 26% Keamy st.
A— $900: SALOON, vicinity Taylor & Turk ets. ;
rent $50; this is a good paying and old es-
tablished business; a worklngman's place;
rare chance. See R. G. WILKE. 2G% Kearny.
$3000 — GROCERY and bar. on Fourth St., about
1 block from Market et. ; lease; good paying;
established years; sickness only cause of
tale. Call R. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny St.
A— J50O0; CORNER grocery ar.d bar; cash
business; store receipts about $C0 per day:
bar receipts about $20; owner will eell for
cash cr trade for property at the actual
value of $5000. Call R. G. WILKE. 2tiH
Kearny st.
A— $750; SALOON on Montgomery St.; place
established years; owner clearing about $125
per month: investigate; a bargain. Call It.
G. WILKE. 26>4 Kearny st.
A— CAMERON & CO. Phone South 1050.
3 Eddy st.. cor. Market and Powell.
Headquarters for all kinds of business chances.
BEAUTIFULLY located summer resort; fine
Kro\-e»; 30- room hotel; all furnished and
equipped for buslmas; 20 acres land goes
with lease; raise own hay. vegetables; all
kinds of fruit; rent $500 per year; equity ln
this $2TiOO; death ln family cause of sale.
CAMERON & CO.
FOR eaJe — Wtll-Iocated bazaar and furnishing
goods business; cheap rent; 6Vj years' lease;
one of the best transfer corners in city; do-
Ing fine business: other interests cause sale;
price $5000. See CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy.
FOR sale or trade — Quartz mine; fine prospect;
located ln Cal.; assays- $40 to $70 ton; trade
for rmg.-hse. or business. Cameron, 3 Eddy.
FOR tale, or will trade — 6 acres inside city
limits; one of best Interior cities in Califor-
nia; house, barn, other outbuildings; plenty
all kinds fruit; beautiful home; will trade for
rooming-house; price $4000. CAMERON &
CO.. 3 Eddy st.
FOR sale — Electrical and locksmith business;
central location; established t) years; reni
$¦",0: clears $30 to $100 per month; price $500;
must s»ll on account other business. CAM-
ERON & CO.. 3 Eddy et.
FOR sale — Carriage and wagon factory and ;
gfneral Jobl.ine: established 27 years; well
located and equipped with modern tools,
etc.: full Investigation and trial given; re-
tiring from business. CAMERON & CO.,
3 Eddy st.
EXCHANGES made In all kinds of real estate,
rooming-houses and business chances. CAM-
ERON & CO.. 3 EDDY at.
$300 SECURES half Interest in commission of-
flce whereby party can easily clear $123
monthly; must have references; also mean
business; experience not necessary. Particu-
lars 1007>-i Market et.. room 1.
FOR sale — General merchandise store ln Wash-
ington; small town in agricultural and min-
ing locality; good substantial trade; will sell
stock and lease buildings. Address for fur-
ther particular?, box 1S7. Call offlce.
$1100 — HOTEL ln northern part of State for
sale; everything ln flrst-class running order;
good- trade; live town; must sell or will take
a partner, one that can take charge of the
business. Box 37C7, Call offlce.
$t500 — ALL or part of a popular cash retail
business for sale; doing $40,000 per year; 25
per cent profit; owner compelled to leave
State. Address WILL M. BEGG£, attorney.
&an Jose, Cal.
AN old established good paying bakery for
sale; a fine opportunity lor a practical
baker. Inquire bet. 11 a. m. and 1 p. m
H. G. MEHRTENS, cor. Webster st. and
Railroad ave., Alameda. ,
T. J. DUNN _ CO. Phone Howard 3468.
1312 Market st.
If you want to sell your place, why don't you
let us know it?
$350— INDUSTRIOUS young man ln legitimate
«nd profitable business, for Indoor work; ex-
perience unnecessary, but must be 'willing to
work. Room 106, 1170 Market st.
A GOOD Investment ; lady or gentleman with
$500 can make $25 a week with traveling the-
atrical company (in vaudeville) en route
north; splendid chance. Box 957; Call offlce.
$500 WILL buy a good-paying, -well-located^
oid-establiFhed meat market; fine family
trade; a bargain. Apply H. G. MEHRTENS
Railroad ave. and Webster «L. Alameda.
FLORIST business; old established; fine loca-
tion: rent $35; 3 living rooms; falling health
cause of selling; a genuine bargain. Box
3480. Call offlce.
$18.000 — GENERAL merchandise store In Cen-
tral Calllorrm doing a business of $40 000 per
year. Address for full particulars princi-
pals only, box 144. Call office.
FOR sale — General merchandise and forward-
lnz business In northern country town of
glowing Importance on S. P. R.,R.; splendid
opportunity. Box 138. Call offlce.
FURNITURE business for sale; good place live
msn; will sell stock at invoice; located about
25 miles from S. F. Box 3940, Call.
A— $5000; BEST investment ln State: very
large returns on perfectly valid business ba-
fls; no scheme. BROWN' CO.. 1221 Market st.
A — ONE-HALF Interest- In a fine saloon and
roadhouse for sale; price only $1250; big op-
portunity. Box 929. Call offlce.
$350 — PARTNERSHIP established business;
good chance for steady man. Pacific Busi-
ness Association. 1148 Market st.
OLD established business for sale, or will ex-
change frr country property; good place for
2 men. Box 025, Call offlce.
$250— WORTH $400;' restaurant; seats 60;
rtnt $20: paid to July; must be sold; owner
elck. 597 First St., 3 to 5 p.-m.
FOR sale — Comer grocery with bar and 4 Uv-
ing rooms: lease: good for man and wife. 231
Fourteenth St.. cornet Minna.
A NICE restaurant: ln good location: must be
sold; cheap; closed now; owner sick.* Apnly
127 Second tit.
$S000 WANTED; best proposition ever offered-
strictly legitimate. Props., 75 Flood bldg;.
BUSINESS CHAXCKS— Continued.
A^STHANGEHS, ATTENTION!
Are you looking for a safe and profitable
business opening in San Francisco? If so,
we can offer you any number requiring an
investment from $1UO to $50,000; every busl-
* ness opportunity that pasges through our
ofiice must stand the closest investigation,
and we can place you in a store, factory,
hotel, mill, otnee, or, in fact, any business
you may prefer.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 027 Market at.
A— HANK and COMMERCIAL REFERENCES..
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 027 Market at.
A^ TEA AND COFFEE STORE.
?:5o00 will buy this store; well stocked with
tea. .coffee and goods in that line; good loca-
tion; doing good bueiness; established for
years; full investigation invited.
GKKMANIA INVEST. CO.. 921 Market st.
A— WE WILL FURNISH YOU A BOND.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 'J27 Market sU
A— PICKLING WORKS
For sale; factory completely equipped for
the manufacture of pickles, mustard, sauer-
kraut, olives, salad oils and table condi-
ments; product sold in all parts of the
United States; plant originally bought by a
gentleman of means for his son, who has
been found incapable of managing the large
business; cost $15,000, but no reasonable
offer will be refused.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 027 Market St.
A— WE CAN FURNISH YOU A PARTNER.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 027 Market at. v
A— THE BEST INVESTMENT.
100 shares of gold stock of the Norton Bay
Co. $23; will be worth $200 by August, 1904.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 927 Market st.
A— WE CAN SELL YOUR STOCK.
CERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market at.
A— S100 REWARD
Will be paid for legal proof showing that
any person ever lost a dollar who Invested
any money in or through our company.
GERMANIA INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Incorporated under, the laws of California.
Capital stock $50,000.
027 Market St.. rooms 321, 322, 323, 324.
A— ONLY HIGH-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market St.
A- HOTEL FOR SALE.
New and modern; 80 rooms; richly furnished,
complete and ready for occupancy; large din-
ing-room and 10 tables and imported Vienna
chairs; the best carpets money can buy
throughout: finest linen and best silver serv-
ice; 10 years' lease; $10,000; easy terms.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO^ 027 Market st.
A — WE refer to 1000 successful clients.
CERMANIA INVEST. CO., 927 Market st.
A— A NEW THEATER.
A gentleman with $5000 cash, capable of act-
Ing as cashier, can secure half interest ln one
cf the best small theaters on the Pacific'
Coast; will pay him $500 monthly; particu-
lars only at personal interview at offlce of
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market Et.
~~ A SAFE INVESTMENT. T"
$1000 cash and services secure Interest and
offlce of treasurer In an Incorporated realty
and Investment company; $150 monthly as-
sured: highest references given and required.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 027 Market St.
A— FURNITURE BUSINESS.
A business man with from $2000 to $3000 can
secure partnership ln established business in
tliis city and take charge of store.
G E R M AN IA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market st.
A— HARDWARE STORE
For t^ale; a high-class business; long estab-
lished and centrally located; owner desires
to 1 retire; will invoice about $5000.
GERMANIA. INVEST. CO.. 927 Market st
A— RARE OPPORTUN IT Y.
SO' Hi cash and services secure Interest in es-
tablished office business paying $15 weekly;-
experience not necessary: simple accounts.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market St.
A^ THE AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
la at present the safest Investment and most
profitable enterprise in the city. We repre-
sent two of the largest Incorporated companies
in S. F., and have openings for chauffeurs,
machinists and offlce men who can Invest a
small amount of cash with their services.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 927 Market st.
A GOOD OPENING
For a young man who can Invest $500 in a
liigh-class real estate offlce and flll position
of cashier; experience not necessary; Invest-
ment secured and $20 weekly guaranteed.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 027 Market st.
A— TEA AND COFFEE PLANT FOR SALE—
Wholesale and retail: fully equipped with
modern machinery for roasting and blending;
good daily route, with horse and wagon; firm-
ly established: half interest $2500.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market st.
DAIRY for sale; well stocked: horses, wagons,
cows, etc.; with an S5-gallon milk route.
Address box 181. Call offlce.
FOR Bale — Store fixtures, with or without
stock; fine I!vlng rooms. 10S Turk St.; phone
Howard 3456.
HOTEL ami dining-room ln the growing town
of Point Richmond for sale; fine trade. Box
3971. Call offlce.
NOTION, stationery and cigar store for sale
ln country town in California. Address box
156. Call offlce.
$850— SMITH'S candy ' kitchen and factory,
best-paying retail candy buslnens south of
Market st. F. A. SMITH. 241 Eighth st.
DERMATOLOGIST, electrolysis parlors; will
sell cheap with furniture and $200 stock;
clears $125; will teach; $500. See DUNN.
CIGAR store, next to Majestic Theater, on ac-
count of another business, for sale, cheap.
1241 Market St.; no agents.
BAKERY for sale; good country town: must be
scld account of dlckness. Inquire 40S McAl-
lister 6t.. upstairs.
$700 TO invest in legitimate business; no
agents; no partnership. Box 950, Call offlce.
CIGAR stand ln good location on Market et.
for sale cheap. Apply 640 Howard at.
FOR sale — Well -located branch bakery. Ad-
dieEs box 11 85. Call offlce, Oakland.
OYSTER and chop house for sale; no reason-
able offer refused. 603% Post st.
FOR sale — Bakery with large stodi; good loca-
tion and reasonable rent. 715 McAllister st.
ESTABLISHED hotel' business and bar for
sale; good proposition. 14 Washington st.
$300 — PASTRY and candy; electricity; cen-
tral; 3 finely furnished rooms. Box 390, Call.
FOR sale — Delicatessen store; fully equipped;
good location. Box 108, Call offlce.
DELICATESSEN store for sale. $300; living
rooms, furnished. Box 193. Call offlce.
$3000 — MEAT market: first class ln every re-
spect; average sales $80 day. Box 942, Call.
FIRST-CLASS cigar stand; good stock and
pales. Apply 413 Cough St.; no agents.
GOOD barber shop fixtures for sale; reasona-
ble. 1133 Dupont st.
A— $500; PARTNER wanted in light business.
Particulars at 25 Geary St., room 5.
SALOON for sale cheap; piano, refrigerator;
three living rooms; must sell. 613 Howard!
FOR sale—^Clgar store on Kearny it.: good
location. Box 3839. Call.
WANTED — Grocery and bar. Box 174. Call
offlce.
WANTED — To rent, hotel furnished. Address
with particulars box 1842. Call offlce.
FINE newspaper rout* for sale. Inquire at"
this office.
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BOARDING FOR. CHILDREJff.
WANTED — By an experienced woman, an in-
fant to board. 212 Seventh st.
. ¦ COTTAGES TO LET.,
A NEW cottage of 4 rooms and bath; latest
improvements; garden of vegetables; chicken
house, yard; privilege empty lot; rent $22 50
335 2d ave.. Richmond. Key at barber shop.
COTTAGES FOK SALE.
ELEGANT cottage, 6 rooms and bath; sun on
all sides; high basement. Call 4011 Nine-
teenth st., corner of Noe.
- -
$4000— FOR sale— A cottage, C rooms and bath.
1020 Capp st. : call from 0 a. . m. to 2 p. m.
CltOTHJlTG BENOVATTirQ.
EU1TS cleaned and pressed, $1; scouring and
dyeing. Bon March*. 40 Ellis st. room U-
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CTTBES BUPTUTIE.
WHO?— Hunter. 1200 Market at.: $100; ruptura
cure for $10; circular explains; send for one.
AFTER 3. years of personal experimenting/on
! November 15. 1903, the solution of the prob-
lem has been solved of how to cure 75 per
cent of ruptures; from the best authority
lesa than 10 per cent has been cured by the
ordinary truss ln the past 100 years. '
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LODGING-HOUSES FOB SAX Bi.
A. CAMERON & CO., Phone South 1050.
3 Eddy st., cor. Market and Powell.
Headquarters for 'Rooming-houses, Hotels and
All Klnda of Business Chances.
180 rooms; grand, new, modern apartment-
house; elegantly furnished and equipped; cheap
rent; fine lease; paying $500 to $bOO per month;
close in; full nice people; bargain If taken at
once; dissolution of partnership. -
14 rooms; rent only $57; oak furniture: good
carpets; part/ cash, balance time; price $000.
106 rooms; cheap rent; first-class up-to.date
commercial house; clearing $350 to $400 per
month; call for particulars.
126 rooms; rent only $4 per room; new and
up-to-date house; all men; electric elevator,
lights; long leaee; clears $400 to $500 per
month: one of the best buys in the city.
10 rooms; rent only $100; well furnished; lit-
tle apartment house; reduced to $1100.
150 rooms: beautiful corner; 3 and 4 room
apartments; grand marine view; new and mod-
ern throughout; most elegantly furnished hoube
In city; call for terms and particulars.
t^ 8 », ro ? m i? : fln e upper flat; rent only $30; can
•?« n by Wing $150 down,, balance time;
* *ou.
— 1C 7 l°° mB '- most elegantly appointed apart-
"- V . 0Use ln San Francisco; beautiful, mod-
f" 1 "V. 1 ' 111 "*: fine entrance; cheap rent; clear-
ing 54l>0 per month; 5-year lease; part cash,
balance 8 per cent per year.
** ro , om , fl at; rent $40; oak furniture; good
carpets; sickness; price $350.
21 roome; corner; rent only $85; oak fur.;
Efpod carpets; housekeeping; all full; clearing
$1600 Ver aU expenses : * rooms landlady; price
B0 rooms; new, modern apartment house; 10-
year lease; cheap rent; clearing $250 to $300;
very central; flrst-class proposition.
2? rooma; elegantly fur. family hotel on Nob
Hill; doing fine business; will trade for large
apartment house and pay cash difference.
32 rooms; cheap rent; 2 years' lease; fine
aowntowri location: 2 entrances; everything Is
nrst-class condition; good furniture and car-
pets; clearing now $200 per month; if run
transient can clear $300 to $350 per month;
here Is best proposition in city; price $3200.
138 rooms; downtown commercial hotel; 8
years lease; cheap rent; elegantly furnished;
one of the best opportunities to secure flrst-
class hotel; owner has other businesa; part
cash; balance time.
63 rooms; best downtown transient houae ln
city; will trade for ranch; compelled to leave
the city.
17 rooms; rent only $70; fine little apart-
ment house; sickness; must sell; onap; $600.
128 rooms; cheap rent; long lease; first-class,
up.to-date downtown house; well furnished;
clearing $500 to $G0O per month; must sell uu
account of other business; only with us.
75 rooms; grand new building: elegantly fur-
nished; ('heap rent; 10 years' lease; close ln;
clears $4<O per month: $4000 down, balance 8
per cent per annum; departure.
24 rooms; rent $145; new and elegantly fur-
nished; oak and mahogany; fine proposition;
good lease.
220 rooms; new and up-to-date apartment
hous«; luxuriously furnished; grand entrance;
every modern equipment; clearing $400 to $500
per month; to be sold at a bargain on account
of departure.
126 rooms; fine downtown corner house; pri-
vate baths: beautiful furniture; 2 entrances;
takes in $30 to $40 per day transient, besides
regular roomers; will bear Investigation.
108 rooms; cheap rent; new and elegantly
furnished, up-to-date rooming-house; has fine
bar; can be run ln conjunction if desired; rare
chance for right parties: part cash, balance
can bo paid out of the house: other business
interests demand immediate departure.
Large list of real estate, rooming-houses and
buelness, for exchange or trade, always on
hand.
A. CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st.
MARION GRIFFIN.
406 Hearst bldg., over Examiner entrance,
cor. Third and Market tts; phone Black 3607;
hotels, rooming and apartment houses for
sal*.
| 1. Cut out this 10-line ad.
2. Would vou like a business location?
3. Would you like a respectable house I
4. Would you like a house clearing
6. $175 per month over all expenses?
6. We can show you such a house.
7. A house that we can recommend.
8. You need only pay $1500 down.
». Call and we shall show you the house.
10. MARION GRIFFIN. 406 Examiner bldg.
SUTTER St., 23 r.-; rent $75; clears $98 month;
all. men: respectable; a bargain; $1500; well
furnished. MARION GRIFFIN.
I NEAR Mnrket: 31 rooms: price $1300; clears
$100; lease; rent $110. MARION GRIFFIN.
LOW rent: only $36 for 23 rooms; 3 floors;
income $S5 over rent: near • Market: price
$1500; part cash. MARICpj GRIFFIN, i
LOOK at the price — $750 — for 14 rooms, near
Eddy and Van Ness; on sunny side of street;
it's a snap. MARION GRIFFIN.
N. B. — That we can sell you a 21-room house
full of roomers (clearing $72 a month) for
$1200; that you need only pay a little money
down; we lend you the balance, payable ln
installments. MARION GRIFFIN.
SICKNESS compels rale of a 34-room house ln
which the profit for 1003 was $2550 over all
expenses; price $2000; nice looking bay-win-
dow house. MARION GRIFFIN.
HAVE We a high-class 100-room house? Yes,
two of them: one is downtown and one near
Nob Hill: both strictly flrst-class: both
buildings new and modern; the business of
each will bear the closest investigation; both
elegantly furnished. MARION GRIFFIN.
TWO SWELL 50-room houses; one full of men
roomers clearing $300; one a swell family
hotel clearing $450. MARION GRIFFIN.
TRANSIENT; EXTRA well furnished: quiet;
30 rooms; lease; clears $250; could be made
to clear $500; price $3500; part cash.
', MARION GRIFFIN.
100 ROOMS; sunny corner; rent $125. ...$4500
100 rooms; clears $350; low rent..... $0500
80 rooms; furniture nearly new $3800
40 rooms; fine location, north of Market. $1000
40 rooms; in Oakland; new; rent $60 $2500
12 rooms; half cash; cheap rent $600
Money to loan on furniture. EITEL &
CARROLL. 212 Kearny st.
50 ROOMS; sunny corner house; all outside
bay-window rooms; east, south and west ex-
posures; with lease; rare opportunity; inves-
tlgate. Box 3481. Call offlce. . .,
$175 BUYS 13-room house; rent only $30; this
is a bargain and will go at once. Inquire
1007 ft Market st., room 1. * ¦
LODGING-HOUSE of 23~ rooms for sale; well
furnished; all rooms full; price $2750; rent
$200; investigate this. Box 3S38. Call.
11 hou5ekeeptng rooms; rent $40; clears ' $50;
part cash; yard, stable; departure. 116 Page.
$450—7 ROOMS; newly furnished house; cheap
rent; going East. 312 Mason st., near Geary.
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opened at 1008 Market st.. opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 p. m. J
CARPKT^nEATIJfQ AMD CLEANING.
COMPRESSED Air and Vacuum Process now
universally used for cleaning carpets on
'floor without removal; carpets and rugs are
also cleaned by compressed air -at shop;
prices moderate. S. F. Compressed Air
Cleaning Co.. 308 Market st.; phones Main
152 and Bush 470. J, ¦ ..' . -
WHEN you become disgusted with your work ,
send for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- '
ing Works. 355-357 Tehama St.. Tel, South 40.
AT MITCHELL'S, 240 Fourteenth St., clean-
ing & laying done reasonably. TeLMlssion 74.
WESTERN Carpet Cleaning Works, 1809 Har-
rison St.; Al cleaning; 3c. Tel. Mission 225.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-Beating Works,
333 Golden Gate 'ave. Telephone East 126.
HOPKE BROS.; excellent carpet beating; mat-
tresses made over. 1432 Howard;tel.South 216.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Or.402 Sutter st.;
tel. Main 394. GEO.-WALCOM & CO.. Props.
RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet-beating works: prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison st. : tel.Mitmlon 203.
CAPE "O9IE.
TICKET offlce for all points ln Alaska. C. F.
MOORE, 027 Market bU, room 300. Next
steamer June 2; $75 first class. :
QgriOES.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. Pacific Collection Co.. «13
Montgomery, rooms 8-10: tel. Main 6380. '
rot In~r.htiYtt' t'/ji'~&fr* S§5S$55 V,- - \
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8th av*., nun**t, vi^rn '>. 'i v»r*; r*m *¦*•».
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ny and m'Arrn. VA f>iv*^rr»; #««t t-.'. mo.
ki.at* to i.kt— rt ftvmfiso. '
TO let— An elegantly lutu'.ii.tA r.mt t.-.i — i r*f_
Ifornla »t., fr'/m J.tt* itntit '/^Vi; r»nt
«««. Kor particulars ln/j-,lr» TAVl> St. .%»'-
PERT rOMPAWr. iZl r*\\t';mi* M.
nEAUTiri?LLY "fur^4M4~«iT1eV"F"— «m» ta
rent Uir 3 mofltb* •! 175 fr*r mtmtb'. Bortb-
*a»t comer: sun a!) 4*j; :•¦¦¦'¦ ¦¦¦>¦¦',
refs. refjulr»d. Ad. VK Katiwjtn*, TT,m* 1-2.
TO LET, fuml«h.-<i. Jt,n* M M **>*••— t*r 1.
9-rccm flat at 3O2Z Jarkscn St.; caJl .-»ora-
ings.
NEWLY furnished flat: 5 large sassy room*;
$10. Ctfl Taylor at., btt. f«-.»t .*rA Mutter.
SUNNY furnl»h»d floor; criv»t« »«sld«3':»;
adults: ref. IV/x 121. Call «fflc«.
5-ROOM sunny flat: h'tltfcy locat'oa. 423OA
20th st.. near Castro; fZO.
DIAMOND. •:»— Sunny furn_hM Cat of 1
rooms for hou*ekpa°; h«t and cold water; 110.
GROVE, 713 — Flat cf 7 rooms; coat and. gas
stoves: piano: call 11 to 2 o'clock.
KiitMTir.E run hale.
FURNITURE of 5 rocms. oak carlor suite,
fine range, chiffonier. Iron beds. 3244 Twen-
ty-third st.
BUREAUS. $4 50; matting. 10c; iron beds. $2:
H. W. beds, $1; woven wire mattresses from
$1 50 up. Anderson Auction House. 13 Turk.
FURNITURE for sale; $75 wor_, for $7 SO
dewn and $1 SO per week. BRILLIANT'S.
340 Post st.. near Powell.
$12 50— KITCHEN stove, table, bed. springs,
commode and locker. 1934 Market st.
CHEAPEST place In city for second-hand fur-
nlture. 086 Geary at. Tel. Polk 1477.
ttlt.MTlIlK W.V.VTKD.
AB 2 lev-;
Salesroom, 1133 Market st. Tel. Jessie 761.
Don't sell your furniture, carpets, offlce fur-
niture, etc.. until ycu get his estimate.
WANTED — To buy furniture for a 7-room
Cat; must be ln good condition; state kin*
and price asked. Box 157. Call.
CHAS. LEVT & CO. pay highest price for fur-
nlture.carpeu. etc. 782 Mission; tel. Bush 413.
A. L. STORRS pays highest cash prices furnl-
ture. carpets, etc.; tel. Larkln 3C31. 634 Ellis.
HELP TVAXTED- FEMALE.
WANTED — Cook, plain wash. Menlo Park. $35;
2 cocks, no wash, German style. $40: cook.
French styl?, no wash, San Rafael. $33; coolc
for summer boarders, Santa Cruz Mountains.
$-10 to $10; 2 girls for housework. 2 and 4 lr\
family, no wash San Rafael, $30; 4 cooks,
plain wash, city, $30: second girl and s»wlng.
?25; nurse, $20: 6 waitresses for hotels and
resorts, I2o. nice places. Apply to J. F.
CROSETT & CO.. 33-4 Sutter 9t.
WANTED — Woman for roadside hotel as cook,
etc., to go north: $.*5«» and fare paid: see party
ln city. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. S-"U Sutter.
WANTED— German girl for general housework;
2 in family: no wash; Santa Clara Valley;
$30. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 334 Sutter at.
A SECOND girl. Mare Island. $:», see lady
to-day.
A nurse for an Infant, $30.
Cook for small resort, $50.
Cook and second girl, same family ln coun-
try. $35 and $25.
A first-class cook private family. San Ra-
fael. $40. MISS PLUNKETT. 425 Sut-
ter St.. near Powell.
TWO waitresses fcr Healdsburg: 1 fcr Flower
Festival only, several days. $2 per day and
fare paid both ways, no offlce fee; the other
steady work, ?25 and found. HORD *
SMITH. 05 Third St., S. F.
A— WANTED— Girls to learn hairdresslng.
rr.anicurlr.sf. etc.: trade taught from A to Z
in 2 weeks; $5 to those entering now; 3 po-
sitions to flll Immediately; positions guaran-
teed at $10 cer week up; leading school la
West. 233 Geary St.. room 13. -
A — Girls to learn millinery now for spring sea-
son : both seasons taught from start to flnis.1
In 1 month for $15: positions as trimmers,
salesladies, etc.. raarantetd at $10 per wk up.
day and evening class. 143 Stockton st.. r. IX
A — LADIES to learn all branches halrdreaslns
trade, manicuring, massage, etc. _£>ti Mar-
ket st., cor. Jones, rocm 94: positions secured
at highest wages; day and eve, class: call.
WANTED^ — A neat woman willing to demon-
strate useful kitchen utensils In a show win-
dow on Washington St., Oakland. Saturdays
only; wages $1 50 and expenses. Apply at
1158 Washington St.. Oakland. Saturday at
0:30.
THREE waist hands for alteration depart-
ment wanted at once; good salaries and
permanent position to experienced help. Ap-
ply forenoon LIVINGSTON BROS.. Post st.
WANTED— Lady partner ln Irfnch and delica-
tessen store, to tend to the cash; must Invest
$100; will clear $50" a month. Apply 310^
Folsjm st.
YOUNG lady between 18 and IS years to go to
Alaska with family; good pay. Call 106H
Third St.. room 22. 1 to 5.
WANTED — Girl for cockins and downstairs
work. Apply bet. 9 and 1. 1W0 Vallejo St..
corner Franklin.
WRAPPERS wanted; none but experienced
need apply. MARKS BROS.. 1220 Market.
MIDDLE- AGED woman; housework and plain
cooking. 1422 Devisadero St., near Geary.
EXPERIENCED saleslady; steady; for candy
store at 1409 Polk st. Call after 10 a. m.
WAIST hands wanted at Madam Nelson's,
dressmaker, 1017 Geary st.
TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes. 6 p. m.. Wednesday; salary no object.
TOUNG Protestant girl assist housework;
four in family: good home; wages $17. Ap-
ply forenoons, 251 Scott st.
GOOD finishers: also girls to pad collars on
coats. S. N. WOOD, 49 Geary st.
LADT traveler for business house; permanent
position. Box 360, Call offlce.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan St Church stt.
A BRANCH office of The Call for tha reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has been
opened at 100S Market St.. oppoatt* Ftft—
Op*ti until 11 p. m.
HELP WAXTED— MAL3.
A—PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCT
F. M. GUNN. €33 Commercial st..
Phone Main 1191. Near Keamy.
A superintendent large lumber company
wants full crew; see htm here: top wages: log-
gers, screw turners, spool tenders and all
kinds cf skilled and unskilled labor: this la
the Job for you; call early.
To the sawmills, north by rail; here you are:
20 railroad graders, $80: company work; water.
company and climate good: take this and go
to-day. ,
Nevada, ship to-night: teamsters, lahorers
and rockmen. 8 hours' work. $2 to $2 50.
*:{ ranch hands. $::o and found; man and wife,
Yolo County. $5O and found: blacksmith,
city, $3 SO day; bookkeeper, country store,
$30 and found; milker, south. £15 and found;
cooks, waiters, porters; scores of other jobs.
Call and see us.
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 7"
&K1 Clay st.: phone James 217<i
Cheesemaker. $40 month and found.
5 mllker.i. country. $-'!0 to $:;."» month and fd.
FOR THE SAWMILLS— NORTH.
6 epoql tenders. $73 month. ¦* . : •
5 woodsmen. $60 month.
2O labcrers. $2 day.
13 box factory hand*. $1 5O to $2 day.
YOU WILL SUIT ON THIS JOB.
Hotel cook, country. $60 month and found.
Scraper teamsters, ditch work. $1 2a day and
board.
Woodturner, near city. $3 SO day.
Nevada — Teamsters, labcrers: ship daily.
Other good jobs at XW2 Clay st.
WINDOW dresser and card writer. $23 week;
millwright. $3 50 day; blacksmith's ¦ helper.
* !i> and found: floorman. shoeing shop. .<j r.o
*"dr«y and board: 10 farmers and teamsters,
$1 25 day and $30 month and board: milkers,
$-10 arid $^3 and found: stable and chore man.
$23 and found: washer for laundry. $.">(> ant
found; 2 farmers and wives. $47 30 and $53
and found: miner. $3 day. and wife to board
men at $20 per month each: woolohoppers.
$1 15 cord, and others. J. F. CJlOtJETT &
CO.. 62S Sacramento st. •
COOK and wife, country hotel, $30 to $33 and
found; cook, country boarding-house. $J0. and
dishwasher. ?ame place. $20 and found: broil-
er. $16 week; restaurant second cook. $^0;
' waiters, dishwashers; elevator boys. $3O. and
others. J. F. CKOSETT _ CO., S2S Sacra-
mento st.

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