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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25/ 1004.
13
REAL ESTATE CITY FOR SALE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS!
$500 to $1200— Easy Terms.
New "Oceanside" Lot's on Official Grade.
Fronting and Unobstructed View ot Park
and Ocean.'
Choicest and cheapest home sites ever offered.
All bargains! See them to-day!
"Oceanside" branch of flee. cor. H street and
47th avenue.
Open Sundays and Holidays.
$75 to $250— Near Park and Ocean^$5 monthly.
$250 to $1000— Choicest Richmond lots— In-
' stallments. •-
$150 to $450— Level Excelsior Hd. Lota.
$1000 to $3500 — Modern cottages In Sunset.
Richmond. Oceanside and Excelsior Home-
stead. Easy terms'.
Sunset Branch Office on Oth ave.. near R «t.
SOL. GETZ ft SON, Owners and Dealers.
Room 54, fourth floor. Chronicle bids.
ON THE PANHANDLE BOULEVARD.
A modern 10-room house and "0-foot lot:
large lawn and beautiful outlook; the best
value ever offered. Information of H. R.
! COOPER. 778 Market st
$17,000.
. *
$1 25 PER week; no Interest: lots In the Ex-
celsior Homestead Tract; all level; no rrad-
lnz to do; ready to build your little home
on; close to electric cars and school.
W. J. WHITE.
26 Montgomery st., room 5.
BUILD your unimproved realty: we lean full
cost lmprov. and part lot at 6%. MANHAT-
TAN SAVINGS BANK. Crocker building.
ALAMEDA ADVEBTIS'MENTS
ALAMEDA STOBES TO LET.
CHEAP etore 15x60 feet, at 1514 Park St..
Alameda. $12 M>; will let half for $7; will
fit It up for any trade at a slight advance
In the rent. Apply on the premises.
BERKELEY ADVEBT'S'M'NTS
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
S^ROOM COTTAGE^
Mantel; folding-doors; bath; modern plumb-
ing; fenced and cross-fenced; chicken-house
and yard, flowers, etc.; lot 49x153: Improved
street; desirable location; price $2300; terms
$400 cash, balance $20 per month.
O. A. RUDOLPH.
Open Sundays. Lorln.
A BNAP.
5-room shingled cottage; all modern: gas
connected: combination fixtures; shades; ready
for occupancy June 1; price $2300; terms $150
down, balance $ly per month.
O. A. RUDOLPH,
Open Sundays. Lorin.
A LOT. 40x125. with a three-room house, on
a good graveled street: sewered: fine well
and tank: choice locality; price $1100; small
payment down, balance to suit purchaser.
O. A. RU1 jLPH.
Open Sundays. Lorin.
$2000— A ERY pretty cottage of 6 rooms; lot
50x135; on the sunny side of street and near
the station.
$C500 — Do you want a first-class investment
paying 9 per cent?
I have for sale a warehouse butlt of stone
and brick; fitted with compartments and ele-
vator; In an Improving neighborhood; leased
for 5 years; a good investment
JOSEPH J. MASON\ Real Estate,
SE. cor. Ehattnck ave. and Center st
FRUITVALE Advertisements,
FRUITVALE REAL ESTATE.
W. E. RUDELL REAL ESTATE.
Cor. Fruitvale ave. and Washington st,
FRUITVALE. CAL.
Office hours — 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays in-
cluded.
HOW IS THIS FOR A HOME AT FRUIT-
VALET
$2400 — Beautiful modern cottage; 6 rooms and
bath; mantel; stationary washtrays; high
basement; electric lights; corner lot. 40x
125; abundance of Rowers and fruit trees
near car line; good neighborhood.
$1750 — A grand home on Fruitvale ave. ; 8
rooms, bath and modern conveniences;
corner lot, Slx207; decorated gardens; va-
riety of fruit trees; stable with 2 box
stalls: nice driveway: take a look at this
property; it will please yon
$1600— Cottage. 6 rooms, bath, basement; lot
37:0x124; alley In rear; near station and
school; a bargain.
$2000 each — 2 cottages In course o£ construc-
tion; good location; grand view; lots 50x
123; small cash payments down; balance
to suit purchasers.
$2500— THINK THIS OVER.
A 2- story house, 8 rooms and. bath: high
basement: hot and cold water; good well
with force pump; chicken houses and
runs; all kinds of bearing fruit trees:
blackberry, raspberry and currant bushes:
vegetables; corner lot. 135x145; fenced
and cross fenced; 2 blocks from car lln»
and school; terms $500 cash, balance any
old way.
$3000— House of 5 extra large rooms, bath.
mantel. -gas and electric lights; attic large
enough for 4 extra rooms; high basement;
corner lot 55x120; close to school; one
block from car line; 4 blocks from sta-
tion; terms $1800 cash, balance bank loan.
$050 — House of 4 rooms; lot 75x90: barn;
chicken house; good well; 4 blocks from
car line; $100 cash, balance same as rent.
SOME BARGAINS ON FRUITVALE AVE.
$3700 — New modern house on Fruitvale ave.;
lot 10x150.
$4700 — Cottage, 8 rooms; corner lot: 81x207; a
grand home. *'
$8500— Cottage. 10 rooms; lot 145x298: S min-
utes' walk from station.
$3500— House, 10 rooms: 27th ave.; lot 50x172.
TO RENT.
House of 5 rooms; 4 blocks from station; rent
$15 per month.
W. E. RUDELL, CORJ FRUITVALE AVE.
4_ND WASHINGTON ST.,
FRUITVALE. CAL.
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS.
CHARLES F. LEE, Phone Vale 296.
Office half block from Fruitvale station.
$15 monthly, and own your own home; a
lovely 5-room. bath, pantry, high basement,
brick foundation cottage; handsomely deco-
rated interior; steel enameled bath; hand-
some palm tree; full-bearing fruit trees and
flc-wers In abundance: 3 blocks from the
car line; graded school close by, and lot <
70x113; only $500 cash required; price all
told. ?1750. . '
CHARLES F. LEE. 1222 Fruitvale avw.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE, 1118 BBOADWAY.
. OAKLAXD REAL ESTATE.
NEW 7-room furnished house; S minutes' walk
from Key route depot Apply 831 Thirty-
fifth st.. Oakland.
O A K LA ADI^CRXITUHEKOIl^SA LB.
TO-MORROW the day for bargains In furni-
ture. H. Schellhaas,llth st.cor.store, Oakland.
LEGAL ADVEKTIaEME.\T».
NOTICE — Office of Insurance -• Commissioner,
San Francisco. Cal.. May 11, 1904 — Having
ascertained that the capital stock of tha
¦ Union Surety and Guaranty Company has
become impaired, and that said company has
become insolvent within the true intent and
meaning of the Insurance laws of the State
of California. I have this day revoked Its
. certificate of authority, previously granted,
as provided In section 600 cf the Politic?!
. Code, and notice Is hereby . given that s&ld
company Is no longer authorized to transact
the business of Insurance within this State.
K. MYRON WOLF. lnmir»nri- Comml««tr>n»r
WASEHOPgEg.
FOU SALE OR TO LEASE."" ~"~" ""
Lot and 4-story warehouse. 43:10x120;
short block, from S. P. freight sheds; apply
on premises. 13 Bluxome st, bet 4th and 5th
REAL E.'TATR — -CITY FOR S\T.R.
MADISON & BURKE,
30 Montgomery street.
AUCTION.
AUCTION.
„ AUCTION.
TUESDAY MAY 31. 1904
'At 12 o'clock, noon.
COR. MONTGOMERY AVE. AND BROAD-
WAY.
Modern 4-story and basement building contain-
ing 3 stores. 3 floors above of 30 rooms; large
concrete basement; rental $345 per month. *
TAYLOR -STREET CORNER.
517-517% Taylor St.. bet. Post nnd Geary: old
Improvements; renting $65 per month; loca-
tion In demand, for modern building.
FACTORY OR WAREHOUSE SITE.
Stevenson St., bet. 9th and 10th; >aa frontage
of 75 feet and runs to Jessie St., oa which it
fronts 50 feet. #
LARGE MARKET-ST. LOT.
South side Market et., 75 feet west of 12th; 75
feet front on Market st. by depth of 163 feet
through to Stevenson St.; property with
crand future. J
' • DEVISADERO-ST. BUSINESS.
I 1810-1S14 Devisadero St., bet. Bush and Pine;
: new building of store and flats; annual rentaK
! $1680; lot 30x82:6; also lot adjoining. 30x82:6.
FLATS. COR. POST AND STEINER STS.
N.E. cor. Post and Stelner sts.; 6 new up-to-
date flats; sun in every room; facing Hamil-
ton Park.
BUSINESS CORNER.
N.W. cor. Montgomery ave. and Lombard st.;
store and house. 10 rooms above; full base-
ment extending under sidewalk.
MONTGOMERY AVE. AND TAYLOR ST.
Three substantial modern flats. 2303 Taylor Bt..
running back to Montgomery ave.; rent $504
per annum: concrete basement extending un-
der sidewalk.
MISSION AND FIFTEENTH STS.
1902-0 Mission st. and 1611 15th st; surround-
ing corner; old improvements; fine location
' for store and flats. . •
VALENCIA ST.. NEAR SIXTEENTH.
413 Valencia st, bet. ICtb and 16th; lot 32x100
to rear street; old Improvements.
Terms at sale. For catalogue and partic-
ulars apply to MADISON iTBURKE.
30 Montgomery st.
JOSEPH STRAUB. 630 Market st.
$1300 — Good cottage of 4 rooms: large lot.
$1500 — Cottage of 4 rooms and basement;
near Dolores and Clipper; cheap. *
?5250 — NE. cor. 23d st. and Bryant ave.; 2
cottages; stable; plenty room for flats; 50x90
$2000^ — Flno bay-window cottage, 4 rooms;
high basement: cement foundation: large lot.
$4500 — Elegant cottage, 5 rooms, bath: with
small expense could make flats; near Market.
$12.000— XOT yet completed; rents $1320 per
year: 3 marine-view flats; N. line Green st.,
" 1864-66-6S Green St., E. Laguna; every room
la and will be sunny; ever* possible latest
Improvement. Apply at the premises from
2 to 5; lot 25x137:6.
SNAP— Cozy sunny cottage, 5 rooms, bath and
laundry; latest Improvements; north ride
O'Farrell nt.; $4000 only. Inquire 1303 De-
visadero, between 10 and 12 a. m.
ALL work guaranteed first class by AHL-
BACH & MAYER. Plumbers. S36 Howard st.
REAL ESTATE — Country — For Sale.
WHITE & BAYLEY.
Successors to
W. J WHITE.
CHICKEN RANCHES EVERYWHERE.
EXCHANGES.
$12,500— Splendid stock ranch and general
farm 2000 acres; 4 miles from courthouse,
Mendocino County: 200 acres tillable; 2 com-
plete sets of farm buildings; well supplied with
water and an abundance of live oak timber;
there are several patches suitable for alfalfa.
$8000— Only 3i4 miles of Geyserville, the Gem
of Sonoma County; V* mile good school; rural
mall delivery; 50 acres; 30 acres rich bottom
land; 2 acres orchard; 15 acres vineyard, all
bearing; 5 acres alfalfa; well fenced and cross
fenced; 6-room house. 2 good barns, nice
spring; have other bargains In this superb sec-
tion.
$2500^ — 15 acres level land, 7 miles of San
Jose; all In vineyard; houFe.
$2,000 — 10-acre da|ry and poultry ranch. 1
mile of town; hill land; 2 houses; barn; corral;
poultry houses; 2 Incubators; 2 brooders; farm-
Ing tools; fenced; 4 cows; 2 horses; 225 chick-
ens; flne market
$800—4 acres In Fruitvale; lease 4 years: $17
per month: nice 5-room cottage; 25 poultry
houres; yards fenced 0- rt. wire netting; brood-
ers; Incubators; 500 chickens; mostly bearing
orchard.
$3200 — In city limits of Petaluma: 2*A acres;
neat cottage; barn; 5 poultry houses; 2 brood-
ers; 1 Incubator; 2 wagons; harness; horse;
Jersey cow; 450 chtckens; all In bearing fruit;
see photos of select Petaluma homes at this
office.
$3000—3 miles of Santa Rosa; 200 acres; 20
acres tillable soil; 500 cords of wood; house:
barn; running water; 10 head of cattle; 25 head
of hogs; other bargains In this superb section.
$C00 — Only 1 mile of town; SO acres; house,
trees, vines, berries; 15 acres bottom land;
placer and quartz gold; 2 garden patches, out-
side range, tools, furniture; forced sale.
$4000 — Near Merced City, on main road; 40
acres rich land; 5 acres bearing olives, 10
acres alfalfa. CH acres bearing orchard: 2
wells; all under ditch; fine cottage; 5 rooms;
steel windmill and tank; good barn; toolhouse;
granary; poultry houses; incubator houses; nice
Income; cash or trade bay counties property.
ALFALFA LANDS.
Rich black land, near Stockton, subdivided In
small tracts at $65 per acre; one- third of crop
with place.
Adjoining the town of Lodl. both bearing
vineyard land and unimproved under ditch;
$125 to $1C5 per acre.
$50 per acre; 10 acres up; under ditch; 4'i
miles from Lodl, on main county road; also
land on the Stanislaus ditch as low as $45 an
acre.
GOOD PROPERTY WANTED.
I have several parties with good Income prop-
erty to trade for cheap country homes; also
lodging-houses; many cu.h buyers; list your
pmperty.
$2500 — 60 acres; 5 miles from Santa Cruz; 20
acres under cultivation, balance rolling and
some steep; small orchard and vineyard, bear-
Ing: good 7-room house, barn, outbuildings;
bank foreclosure; $500 down and balance
monthly payments if desired.
$5000 — Best ranch In Southern Oregon:. 320
acres; 2 sets good Improvements: well fenced;
orchard; 5 horses; farming tools; otside range.
$4500 — 30 acres close to Morgan Hill. Santa
Clara County; 20 acres bearing orchard and
vineyard. 10 acres hill pasture; nice hard
finished cottage of 5 rooms; outbuildings; fine
Income; would trade for Income city property.
$1100 — Only 6 miles from courthouse; . SO
.acres; orchard, vineyard, house, outbuildings;
part cash; near Red Bluff.
$17,000 — Finest ranch In San Joaquln County,
between Stockton and Lodl; water near sur-
face; good house, outbuildings, barn, corrals;
450 acres rich land, 1 mile of Calaveras River,
on main read; mortgage $1)000; would trade for
first-class property near city.
$4500 — Near Newcastle; 21 acres; oranges,
cherries, peaches, lemons, plums and apples;
small but nice house: only $1500 down; have
bargains In tnts vicinity from $1000 up. ¦
$2250 — 10 acres, all In apricots Just coin-
mrncing to bear; 8 miles from San Jose; lovely
home; half cash.
$1700— In Sonoma City; 8% acres; all level:
good house, barn, windmill, tankhouse; 13 poul-
try houses and yards: some alfalfa; spring
wagon: 500 chtckens; feedhouse.
$3500—136 acres east of San Jose; 125 acres
In hay; good, soil. v,'v
Serd stamp. for printed list.
WHITE & BAYLEY.
Successors to
W. J. WHITE.
¦* 2G Montgomery .St. Room 8.
• Property Exchanges a Specialty. ,
• INCOME-PAYING property: Profitable fruit
and - poultry farm near Petaluma. Sonoma
County; 40 miles from San Francisco. .
Eleven-room furnished house; big barn; fruit
and poultry houses, tanks and windmills,-
abundant water, about 3CC0 bearing trees; last
year's crop approximately 20.000 lbs. cherries,
4000 boxes fapples, S000 lbs. pears, 4000 lbs.
peaches: 0000 lbs. plums: 2 acres asparagus,
vegetable and flower gardens, shrubberies,
hedges and shade groves; Incubator*, brooders.
¦w»gon«, horses, Jersey cows, orchard outfit
complete; place in full operation.
R. DAVIES. 452 Parrott bldg.. San Francisco.
GREAT bargain— Rich, Irrigated farms; big
canal; free water right; very cheap; easy
terms; homeseeker's •opportunity. C M.
WOOSTER CO.. 648 Market st
ALFALFA- lands, stock ranches, orchards,
vineyards;' Inspected bargains: monthly cata-
logues sent' free. C. M. WOOSTER CO., 648
Market st. ' .¦
SOUTHERN Oregon Irrigated land*, dairy
farms, stock ranches, alfalfa land, timber
'land, mines. 6. C. TRAYNER. 604 Kearny.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call 16. pages, sent to any address In tho
Un'teti Stntes or Canada one year for <1.
' SAH MATEO BEAE ESTATE.
FOR sale — Beautiful home In San Mateo; house
8 rooms and bath; large grounds; lot 100x180;
stable and outhouses: on car line; in center
of. San Mateo. D. COFFIN & CO.. 3303 Mis-
slon st. ¦ * - -
POINT RICHMOND REAL ESTATE.
4 CHOICE lots cheap for cash. Apply 323
Bush st.. third floor, room 4.
BOOMS FOR HO^-^FIKETP^f-r^O^^
BRYANT, 421 — One or two furnished room*
for housekeeping; gas; (11 60; also singl*
room.
CALIFORNIA. 3<XK>— Lovely sunny room for
light housekeeping; gaj>^ running water;
garden; reasonable.
CLAY. 1323 — 3 rooms and kitchen; new and
beautifully furnished; view; $30.
ELEVENTH. 10»J— Two large sunny front ba/-
wlndow and connecting rooms; gas stove.
ELLIS. 1233—2 rooms and use of kitchen; well
furnished and sunny.
GOCGH. 708 — 2 nice large attic rooms; run-
ning water; gas range"; rent $10.
HAIGHT, 3—2 rooms, front, furnished for
hsekpg.; folding bed- gas range; run. water.
HAWTHORNE. 18. off~Howard. near Third—
2 large sunny rooms: running water; yard;
$2 50 week. -
HOWARD. 1604 — 2 front room*, connecting,
complete for housekeeping; private; cheap.
IVY ave., 241—3 rooms furnished. $17 50; 2.
$15; sink and gas; adults.
JESSIE. 323— Sunny furnished housekeeping;
gas; $2 73 week; other rooms cheap.
JONES, 119 — 3 sunny basement housekeeping
rooms: also others.
KNICKERBOCKER Apartments. 1340 Pine-
Sunny, furnished 3-room suites; steam heat-
ed, electric Ushted; free baths; rate $30 us.
LARKIN. 32C, ccrner Golden Gate ave.— Fur-
nished sunny: central; bath, closets; phone;
running water; reasonable^
LARKIN. 817H— Nicely furnished sonny front
room; folding bed; gas stove; reasonable.
MARKET. 2008 — Two largo well furnished
rooms for housekeeping; $19.
MCALLISTER. 511 — Two larg» connecting
. rooma for housekeeping^
McALLISrER. 53S — Sunny 2- room suite: $7.
$12/$13; gas range; hot bath; adults. .
MISSION, 1349 — 2 sunny connectinc baclc
rooms, closet, coal stove, sink; $10 month.
OAK, 10— Two rooms furnished -complete for
housekeeping; use of piano.
OAK. 117— Extra sunny 3-room suite: $20; 2
rooms $12: single $8: gas range; adutts.
FOLK, 1402 — Sunny housekeeping rooms; gaa
and bath free; reasonable.
POST. 824 — Handsome parlors. d!ning-rooin
and kitchen; 2 single rooma; sunny; modern.
POST. 13&4 — Spacious gunny rooms, housekeep-
ing; other rooma; bath, phone; references.
POWELL. 208 — Housekeeping rooms; rent rea-
sonable.
SHOTWELL. 822 — Two runny rooma for light
housekeeping.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan & Church *ts»
ATASTgEaT EOXT3ZS.
A — CORDOVA APARTMENTS.
10*» SL7TTER ST., NE. COR. LARKIN ST.
i Beautifully light and sunny; 2-3-4 rooma &a4
bath each; all unfurnished: $27 50 to HO.
Make reservations now.
ST.CECILE. 115 Fell.above Van Ness ave.— Th«
acne of perfection In modern, elegantly fur-
nished 3-room apartments. with private baths,
steam heat, electric light. elevator, gas ranges;
$30. $35. $37. $40. $43. $47 50. $50. $55.
BT. LOUIS. 1575 Jackson st. — Modern 8-4-5
rooms: furn. orunfum.; refs. Tel. East 135O.
APA»TflEEirT3 WANTED. . .-;
4- ROOM apartment wanted, furnished com-
plete for housekeeping. Address box ltio.
Call office.
WANTED— An apartment of 3 furnished rocm*
for housekeeping. Box 159. Call office.
ROOMS TO LKT — Korn. Mad t'nfor*.
A— BRUNSWICK House, 143 Sixth St.— glooms
25c to $1 per night. $1 25 to $5 per week and
light housekeeping rooms: open all night.
AT 'The AlmontV 873 Market st. (or No. 1
Fifth st.)— Rooms. 25c. 50c. Jl. $1 00 nUht;
$1 CO to $10 week: house open all night.
BUCHANAN. 847— Front sunny alcove- and
kitchen; bath and phone; rent reasonable.
BURNETT. 1426 Market (old No. • 1304)— Fnr-
stshed rooms, suite, single: also unfurnished.
BUSH. 502 — Newly furnished rooms: suite or
single: with or without board: reasonable.
CLIFFORD. 204. Ellla. ccr. Mason — Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
EDDY, 824 — 3 connecting sunny parlors: win
be fitted to suit gentlemen or a professional.
FOLSOM, S13 — 2 neatly furnished front rooma;
double and single.
GRAND Southern. 7th and Mission — Rooms 33o
to $1 25 night: $1 60 to $6 wk. : reading-room.
HAIGHT. 020— Handsomely furnished sunny
tlcove front room.
HOTEL DUFFERIN. 749 Ellis— Elegantly fur-
nished suites and single rooms.
HOWARD. 2400. corner Twentieth — Large,
sunny, furnished bedroom: large garden.
JESSIE. 9«3. east U. S. Mint— Furnished
room, $7 per month, for gentlemen.
JESSIE, 369. near Fifth— Furnished rooms for
2 gents: $10 month: 2 beda.
MARKET. 1032— A very reasonable price; 3
or 3 houseke«Bing rooms.
MCALLISTER, 511— Sunny furnished rooms;
gas and running water.
MCALLISTER. 1342— Suit or single, breakfast
If desired; bath; phone Page 104.
POST. 889. near Hyde— I .-ge furbished front
room; bath; gas; for 1 or 2 gents.
ROYAL House. 126 Ellis — Incandescent lights,
reading-room, smoking-room and ladies' par-
lor: rooms per night. 35c to $1 50; week. $2
to $9; month. $S to $30; elevator on ground
floor; rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
TAYLOR. 515B — Large front parlor, piano;
bath; $15; smaller room. $10.
THE ST. KATHRTN, NK. cor. Learenworth
and Ellis — Sunniest rooma In the city; new
hotel; Just furnished fresh and clean: hair
mattresses In every room: also hot and cold
water, baths, etc; steam heat throughout;
elevator service and every modern conveni-
ence; rooms from $3 per week up.
THE FALMOUTH. 1049A Market st.— Sunny
rooms: hot and cold water; elevator; $2 to $7.
UNITED STATES. 123 Eddy, near Market — WO
rooms. 35c to $1 night. $1 75 to $6 wmic; elec-
tric lights (no gas), running water In every
room: elevator. read. -room: free bus: baggage.
VAN NESS. 512— Elegant parlors: suitable for
3 gents; doctor or dentist; mod.; cor. hous*.
WILLOW ave.. S. off Larklh, near Ellis — J
rooms, complete; sunny; no children.
WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 3d st.. near Market-
Most convenient and respectable: 700 rooms;
35c to $1 50 night: $2 to $S week: elevator;
elec. lights; reading-room: free bus: baggage.
WOLF House 202 Sixth st. — Roo^is from 1-Vj
to *1 per night and from 00c to $3 per week.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sta.
A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has be«n
opened at 1C08 Market St.. opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 p. m. ' .
nuuM* ami no a no.
HARRISON. 570— Good beard and rooms at
$3 50 for girls: piano; home comforts.
HOWARD. 841A— First-class beard and room,
single or double. $5-$6 wk.: American family.
HOTEL L'AIGLON. 5C1 Geary— Family rooma
and board; entirely renovated: teas, prices.
O'FARRELL, 910— Sunay rooms, flrst-claas
board: reasonable.
TOUNG man to take room and hoard In prt-
vate family: We*t?ra Addition. Box «M. Call.
ROOMS A.\D BOAltD WASTED.
BOARD and rooms wanted by man and wife In
boarding-house or private; not over 10 mth-
ntes' walk from Call building; references
given. Box 051. Call. ¦
GOOD board and suite of rooms wanted by
•¦ married couple ar.d one child; give rates.
Box 197. Call office.
ROOM and board with use of parlor, war. e I
by moU-:r and daughter: state rates. Box
170. Call office.
WASTED — Room and board for gentleman In
easy walking distance of Fourth ana Market
st». Box 150. Call- .
SUITE ef rooms and flrst-ctass beard wanted
•for man and wife. Box 166. Call offtse.
BOOMS WASTED.
fig- PER month will be paid In advance for
two furnished rooma for an elderly man and
hla sister; references. Address Permanent,
box 949. Call office.
Continued on Pago Fourteen.
MO\EV TO LOAN Continued.
LOWEST BANK RATE.
Any amount; first and second mortgages,
estates In probate, undivided Interest In
estates, assignments of rents, etc., at lowest
rate of Interest. "
RIVERS BROS.. 205 Montgomery st.
THE United Loan and Trust Co., 21 Stockton
st (upstairs), loans money on diamonds. Jew-
elry and valuables at 2 per cent per month;
absolute privacy. Phone Bush 4S4.
AT lowest rates on furniture and pianos; strict
privacy: no commission; Installments accepted.
BONELLI, 301 Eddy. Conservatory building.
1 PER cent on furniture or pianos; no removal;
no commission: no publicity; $25 up; quick,
quiet, confidential. 26 Montgomery Bt., rm. 7.
MONEY to^loan on low Interest; gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought
at "W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth et.
STAR Loan Co of Wyoming loans money to
salaried employes. R. 311, Mutual Sav. Bk.
bid.; Oakland office, 1103y& Brdwy.. suite 1-2.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant ave.,
LOANS FROM $ljrO_$10.000.
NEW easy methMs — To ware earners on unln-
dorsed notes; absolute privacy. Fidelity Loan
Company, rooms 48-49 Chronicle bldg.
TO salaried people without security; on furni-
ture, indorsed notes and other security. S.
F. Discount Agency. 143 Phelan bldg.
MONEY loaned on salaries, chattel mortgages,
life Insurance policies, etc. United Loan and
. Trust Co.. 21 Stockton Bt. . .
1 PER cent on furniture or piano. 1003 Mutual
Savings Bank building. 708 Market et.
1>4 per cent on furniture and pianos; no com.
charged. ELFVING, 616 Hearst bid., Ex. ent.
CASH loaned salaried people on notes without
lndorser. MORELL, 600 Examiner building.
i>^tuu Mrarra.^
ALL UPRIGHTS:
Neubert, new $260. now $60.
Fischer, new $325. now $85.
Hertx. new $300. now $07.
Rupsell new $3S5, now $135.
Cplby hew $425. now $180.
2 v Chlckerlngs, new S4.10. now $100, $135.
2 Stelnwaye, new $W5. $750; now $183, $323.
Heine, new ?57B now $333.
and 50 others. Several squares at bargain
prices. Call and examine them. Rents $2 up.
Installments ?¦! up. Old pianos or organs taken
In exchange. Tuning $2. finest workmanship.
HEINE PIANO CO.,
235-237 Geary st. Oakland, 1252 Broadway.
A SENSATIONAL flre — Storage pianos and
furniture will be removed to North Beach
and txn-ned If not sold in a few days; this
means storage pianos and furniture almost
cheaper than fire wood, and must be re-
moytd. Whitehead's Storage. 1636 Market.
PIANOS for rent; J3 per month; the largest
and best stock in San Francisco to select
from; pianos from $30 upward; our line the
best, our prices the lowest. SCOTT CURTAZ
PIANO CO.. 5CO-64 Hayes st.
SPECIAL bargains this week; square pianos,
$25; uprights, $100 up; organs. $25. BYRON
MAUZY. 308 Post et.
WILL sell for storage, fine Hazoltin and Vose
pianos. STATHAM'S, 110 McAllister st.
SOHMER, Byron Mauzy pianos, Ceclllan piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. S08-312 Post st.
A BEAUTIFUL Steinway upright grand, as
good as new; cheap. Hornung, 216 McAllister.
$165 — STEINWAY upright: private party; no
reasonable cash offer refused. 237 Geary st.
NEW upright pianos sold on $5 monthly pay-
ments. SCHMITZ & CO., 16 McAllister st.
3-PEDAL Steinway up; Chlckering baby grand;
Shoninger, little used. Keeffe' 8,-285 O'Farrell.
OFFICES A>D STORKS TO LET.
TO Let — Butcher shop, with fixtures. Apply
502 Post st. ¦ _^
PERSOXALS.
A LONG STORY MADE SHORT— A wrinkled
face porltlvely restored to Its former contour;
Flmpie, harmless, scientific method shown on
the living face; permanency guaranteed. Call
cr write for book, "Hints on Beauty," free.
M. ELLA HARRIS. 7S1 O'Farrell St.
THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair. Im-
proves Its growth, stops falling.cures dandruff
and itching scalp; no stain or stickiness;
cleanses scalp; at druggists', hairdressers'; ac-
cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co., 1333 Polk
Cancerous lumps, sores, impure blood (affecting
skin, mouth, bones, etc.), speedily cured by
fkilled specialist from Europe. Apply Central
Pharmacy. 251 Grant ave. Worst cases cured.
OLD carpets of all kinds woven Into beautiful
and durable rugs; any else desired. Phone
Red 7122. The Oakland Fluff Rug Factory,
SC2 Market St., Oakland. Cal.
SCALP treatment given by a lady to produce
growth- of hair; . hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
and evenings: best of references. Hotel
Atlanta. 452 Ellis st.
"VITAL ring" produces healthy circulation,
curing organic weakness drains, varicocele,
etc.; easily worn: $2 50 postpaid: physicians
recom. them. Dr.Burnard Co.. 110 Geary.S.F.
A GUARANTEE^ TO GROW HAIR
On the worst bald head. Call or write. DR.
G. S. MOORE. 332 O'Farrell st.
A FINE suit to order on easy Installments of
$1 a week. LEON LEMOS. 1127 Market St.,
between Seventh and Eighth.
AT less than coet: uncalled for suits, overcoats
and trousers at CHARLES LYONS'. London
Tailor. 721 Market st.
ASK your druggist for the Marquis Hair Tonic;
It la Ihe best.
SUPERFLUOUS hair & moles removed by elec-
tric needle. Mra.Dr.A.W.Travers, 1170 Market.
TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50; dress pants $2 CO^
Misfit Clothlng^arlor, cor. Bush and Dupcnt.
SUITS to order on Installments of $1 per week.
NEUHAUS & CO. (Inc.). tailors. 729 Market.
Actina restcres lost eyesight: cures deafness and
catarrh. A'VIDA CO.. 3524 19th. nr. Valencia.
MRS. Eaton, electric needle specialist. 369 Sut-
ter. r. 609. MJss Eaton. 233 Geary, room 38.
MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs;
country orders. GOLDSTEIN & CO.. 733 Mkt.
ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to Its natural color: $1. at all druggists'.
PAA.M1STRY.
H. JEROME FOSELLI, scientific palmist, 515
Taylor St., near Geary. Phone Black 561.
__ _ ; ' ¦BATTsra.
INVENTIONS patented. F. P. MEDINA, at-
torney-at-law. 6 Hobart bldg.. 532 Market st.
PHYSICIANS AND Sl'RGKOXS.
DR. cTc. 6'DONNELL— Office and residence,
1021 % Market St., bet. 6th and 7th; partlcu-
lar attention paid to diseases of women.
BLOOD, skin and rectal diseases a specialty.
PR. BALL. 1O7.{% Market st
REMOVED— DR. WONG HIM.- herb doctor;
treats all dlseues of the human body; for
past four years at 115-117 Mason; now lo-
cated at 667 Geary st., near Leavenworth.
DR. TONG PO CHY. successor to Dr. LI Po
. Tal. herb doctor, curee all diseases of human
by use of herbs and toas. 727 Washington st.
WONG WOO, the famous herb doctor — All dls-
eases cured by Chinese herbs. 740-8 Clay st.
. BOHPS^jPOa SAI.E.
BONDS for sale — Notice Is hereby given that
ceak-4 bldi, will be received until 2 o'clock
p. m., Saturday. May 28, 1904, by the Board
of Control of the Territory of Arizona at the
office of said board In the City of Phoenix.
Arizona for the sale of Ten Bonds of ina
•(nomination of One Thousand Dollars eA»h
f bearing date January 1, 15)04. due and pay-
able January 1. 1854, bearing Interest at ihe
rate Cf nve per cent (5%) per annum, optional
after twenty-five yeara. Issued by the Tar-
ritory of Arixona, in accordance with the
provisions of Act No. 73 of the Twenty-seo-
end Legislative Assembly o t said Territory,
and which act has been aporoved by th»
Congress of the United States. Interest oa
t aid bonds will be paid «eml- a nnually on
the first day of January and July of each
/car. and both principal and Interest payablt
In gold coin of the United States at thi of-
fice of the Treasurer of said Territory, a
certified check : of a responsible bank for 3
per cent of the amount of th» bid. payable
. to : the order of E. E. KIrkland. Territorial
Treasurer, and a' copy of this advertisement
must accompany sach bid. Failure of bidder
to make payment In full upon allotment and
tender of bonds will be considered a cancel-
lation of the bid and forfeiture of the check
accompanying the same. The board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids. Bids
. must be sealed and addressed to the Board
of Control. Phoenix Arizona, and marked
"Proposals for purchase of .Insane Asylum
Bond* " ..¦¦-¦-. ' -' i ...
*E\VI.\G. MACHINES AM) SCI'PI.IE*.
DOMESTIC— The machine for family use; best
Is cheapest; second-hand all makes at. any
' price; all kinds rented lowest rates. Domes-
- tic office. 1021 Market at., near Sixth.
NEW, HOME— See .. our. new triple- feed ma-
chlnee; slightly used; $10, $15. $20; eecond-
• hand, $3, $5. $8: nil styles; guaranteed. New
Home Sewing Machine Co.. 1051 Market st.
" Hin.r WAXTKn— jiai.e— con.
.MUBItAYA READY; tSi and C36 Clay st..
• " J^te-Uins Cmploynunt and Labor Agents.
PHUNE MAIN 5!>iA.
WE BPEAK
. : ANISH. SWISS. FRENCH.
. rKMAN. GREEK. ITALIAN.
• • ,jar Kaue Free. Look — Free Fare
TO STATE OF NEVADA
¦,-..r>cu stay tour months. THAT'S ALL
U. is.. GOTKUKMEXT WORK.
".. 2^5 tv.o-'horst tcamaters. $00.
!M laborers, you'll euii. f»JO.
. \«Ci driller*, n*.-kmen, harumersmen. $75.
.• U.gi.t hours' work daily: hundreds going.
.4 j :urr.bc:*. far t $1 t>u. $5 day. *~-
* *V. heelwrlRhi, oi«'ra?e wheel machine.
* Wbefi.wriRht. 50c fare, .$50 found.
Vi toofwrs. slack work, steady.
jQarriact jjau.ter. sticker hand, country, $4.
"MciiJtT and eticker»hand.
,,.Uang edijerjuan, :are >1. $W to $70 found.
• tfcrtw turner. Sar.ta Clara County. $75.
¦; _'A>r KTfticcrs. lumber company, boss hero,
$2 rtO" to $'.i 5o a day.
, 4 l>ou!>l(---tree thi.pt r and spindle shaper. $3.
4 fchir.gitrs. Jl per M.
EdsennsA. fare *l CO. $45 fcund.
14 !>'.<ifh>t:-.ii::>- and belpeta, $4. $3, $2 day.
• " £<j vtr.cyard and orchard har.dr, $atl. $:M) fd.
St tr.Ukers and better-makers, #-ii» to $00 fd.
It; chore Bicn and bor*. %lj to $oU and found
: MINKS.
' 12 machine miners. $»0.
jm; rooocteppera, all over California.
" HOTEL AND OTHEK DEPAUTMENTS.
' 2t> rooks. $o<<, $40. $5<l $u». >70 and found.
Hi waiters. $25 f J", $40 and found
tb tftohyshns. $::<». $23. $^o $^5 luund.
12 {oner*, bell and elevator boys, $30 to $15.
LAUNDKY.
' 2'3 Uur.drymon .iilterent departments.
. MIDNIGHT TELEGRAMS.
TELEPHONE AND LETTER ORDERS.
lA»or moldw. 55c fare, (2 to $3 a day.
. Uttb) f ¦¦¦'¦'¦- shingicr. Ssl-c fare. $4 a uay.
Tenter, ca'sTlairr works*, fare >1 *Ki, f.>0 fd.
. L/opger, arden-tanris ritSir.K, north. |*W fd.
Screw turner. .-¦_•..'.. e&gtrman, couth; hook
- ti-sider, goatii. -
• 2- brick loaders, country. 20c M.
• Vegetable, i&nlener. }3u.
, . a rlumly rs t »4 Cay.
„ Coren-.akcrs i . city, good Job. $3 day.
» ti :.•:..__; paint tra, $12 to $13 week.
. R.'5's Jearn trad«-s. Wea\rrs oa blankets.
FJ'-EE FARE TO ALL.
* 9 BOn.EUMAKEr.S, boss hero. $3 r>0 to $4 .
•• day, time and hiilf overwork, including buard !
and lodging. .
«> Ia.rn.trsi. wives, $70, $M, $50. $40 founi^
Uoustaburt. musician preferred, springs, $30.
r 0 section ?sar.(Js. Tare 5"V, $1 M day.
¦Nest Place* at MUliUAY & READY.
. Best Wares at O34-U3S Clay St.
JBOTCHBBJ auNrcund rr.£Ti, fare $1, $35 found;
" second cook, $4.' found.
J> laborers, swedes. Danes or Norwegians,
° for btj: lumber company. *35 and found.
«3 driller*, city job, $07 50.
Carpenter forcrr.an, *'c fare. $4 day.
2 lathers. b'K fare. $2 CO <Jzy.
= -Hand sawyer, city nlll. $2 I»0 day.
,1H nfiners. jri.M cravrl .nine. $75.
.25 lab-r^rs. fiold Quartz mine, $C7 SO.
5 machine ir.5ner>\ ?tH>.
*lr&r.»r. OOtmtry ::.re. *1 25. f2 .V> day.
¦MA2CUFACTCRIXO COMPANY.
12 lai'crrrt-, :'are SI 50, $00.
12 .Ubi.r*Ts. 2">c rare, $2 day.
UTllEEB SYNDICATE?.
. * 25 laborers, you'll puit. $45 and found.
24 laborer*, mine and yards. ?«<».
'. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD LUMBEIt JOBS.
BUTCHERS.
Ranch butcher, south, fare $4, $40 and fd.
MARRIED.
; Farmer and wife, fare $1 25, SZ>0 and found.
Farmer and wife, Monterey County, $45 fd.
Tinsmith, factory, fare .*»0c. $3 day.
3 tr.ilkrrs together, fare $1, $30 and found.
Vegetable pard<»rier north. *30 and found.
HAY BALERS.
. 12 hay balers, >*¦ fare. 2r«r ton.
FOREMEN.
.3 tunnel foremen, bnrs here.
FREE FARE-.VCT'ADA.
1T.3 driller*. Government work.
; 105 headennen. Government work.
LOOK.
Edgerman. lumtT company, $.3 day.
• -2 pp-interp arid pajwr hanger?, city. $3 day.
. ;.«-¦. cement flr.lsher free fare, 34 .day.
MURK AY & READY. f?A-GW Clay st.
•2 CARPENTERS ROt far*. $3 RO day.
¦.•••2 lather*, chy .1<-h. (290 per M
STABLEMEN.
• *H5 rtabletnen. many togetn-r. country. $35 fd.
. Corral etablemsn. fare $10. $25 and found.
• Stablebcy. cltj- bakery. $U w>-ek.
'• 2 furat.ee laborer* Bt rr.jn-. $3 fare, $40 fd.
HAY HARVEST HANDS.
J55 hayrr.fikrrs and harvest hands, all over
• OaliforR:a; sec us; $1 25. Jl IiO J2 day and fd.
Sheep Tierdrr, $.50 and found.
JJutcher and eausuge-rr.aker. fare $1 25, $40
£.sd i : : .
LOOK.
¦ Machinist*, roller grinder: fireman, oil burn-
¦ w; fireman, dredger, do little blacksmithinff.
- $10 and ¦•••„-.
J=tone mason, rough rubble work, $3 day.
LOOK.
Porter, large city wholesale house. $8 to $10
•_ wtek.
3 younj; men, city factor}'. $6 week-
YdtaBg man, city office, work typewriter, $6
*eek.
leaker's helper, also third hand, fare 30c. $35
' . bt.A found.
4 waiters, country hotel, $35 and found.
t! bedmekers. $25; fourth hand on bread. $30
and found.
. Young man, labeling, liquor house, $7 to $8
week.
MURRAY & READY. 654-63C Clay st.
, a^ontractorF^empIoTmext
AGENCY,
C35 Washington pt., near Kearny.
T'hone Jatne* 3301. L W. CUTTING & CO.
• 2 second »«inr*T», $50 and found; brad
• lineman. $M> to $W> and found: 2 spool tend-
..ers, K.V end found; C Swedish lumber pilers.
. $2 to $2 50 day. north. **e boss here; •?
' | ourjc men. lumber mfg. co.. $1 SO to $2
day near city: 3 boyp to learn cash end door
trade; 5 hay hands, Sonoma Co.; 5 planlng-
mi!l mm; 2 milkers: 10 laborers. lumber R.
Ii.. north. $'«0; 5 laborers; also ten 2-horse
limner*. *2 day. new R. R.. FREE FARE.
ah!p to-day: hundreds cf other Jobs; us.
' AT CONTRACTORS' AGENCY.
.• • 95 THIRD ST.; telephone Main 5521.
t ' Laundry washers. bl;i hotel $40 and found.
• 3 men for ma kins roads, $2.
<~ot»k for small summer report. $35 fcund.
fc Men for pipe line. lonr Job. $2 $2 25.
I.sbrrers and teamster*. $2. free fare.
. " Woodchor-p«-rs, 4 ft. pine. $1 50 cord.
. t l 'oodchorpftT8, shlnple bo!ts. $1 £0 cord.
Ranch hand*. $1 50 and found, north.
Milker. $33, clo?e to city. 2S cow».
Milker. f.TO and found. 12 cow*, north.
Cabinet -makers and bench hands, $3 50.
Hundred other Jobs.
HOKD 4- SMITH.
= A3CHRC8 Office. 317 Stockton et.— Fnr mill,
short distance- '•our.try. 6 yonns men for Ben- ¦
• ral work. $1 50 to $2 a day; sticker men,
I>lanr:rtn<ru, woodturners, glacier*, millmcn,
etc.; fcr.pasemente made in the city.
ANDRE'S Office. S17 Stockton Ft. — Second cook.
ST5; waiter. $10 a week; dishwasher, resort.
TZT>: yaunir man to learn wa!tlnj?, S15 to $20
a mor.th; micht porter and help waiting 1 , $7
•a week; porter for family hotel. $30; young
man for indoor work, $30; irardener. private ,
- lrlace, country. $40; stableman, private place.
$30; vrgMableir.an. $30; man to milk some
/ cows, cook for two men, $23, etc.
YOUNG, risfcle sales and office man not over 30
for irr. porting house in Shanghai. China; 5
. years' engagement. Apply with written ap-
r'-lratlon In person. C. R. HAN'SEN. 42»
• l»j»h et.
A— «0TEL GAZETTE. 20 Montgomery, r. 12.
. n&T porter, country. *3O; silverman, $25,
', colored waiter. $.S2: second cook. $40.
WANTED— Bright boy of IS or IS years to as-
sist In sfeck room of our furninhlng goods
department, g. N. WOOD ft CO.. 740 Market.
' GOOD coatmakert and batters. S. N.~WOOD
f» Geary rt. '
•GOVERNMENT positions— Call at 025 Golden
KJate ave., room 7. for .free Information as
to jiositluiis, salaries, age limlu. etc.; day
• * or evenlrrs. - I
EXPERIENCED salesman for gentlemen's fur- |
nishltig goods. Apply, ctating experience, |
rrference* and salary expected, .box 853. Call! !
EXPERIENCED trunk and traveling bag «ale»-
man. Apply, stating experience, references '
end salary expected, box BJ2. Call office.
ERRAND beys wanted! MARKS BROS. 1220
Market st.
BOY apptentJo in barber trade; p«ld while
- learning. 410 Bay, bet. Mason and Taylor.
WANTED — Flrrt-class carrrlage pointer. 1110
•Bstt«ry «it.
SOLICITORS wanted. Apr!y 819 Market st.,
rocm 29.
FIR^T-CLA?." barber wanted at Fr<»t and
Clay cts.; short hour.*; wages $16.
WANTED— A difhwasher at 1209 Mason st.
GOOD reneral taller. 3310 Mission St.. N.
_I'ERf-ICO.
BARBER wanted evenings. Saturday and Sun-
day. Call at 8 o'clock. 479 Ninth st.
A GOOD dishwasher wanted at 23 Turk St., '
_JPark Hotel.
GOOD sober barter Wednesday evening, 88t-
urUay and Sunday. 2032 Mission et.
WANTED— A night porter. 228 Kearny «t.
liARUERS — Wanted, first-class short-hour
man. 173S Market Bt.
WANTED^- A first-class waiter. 29 Stockton
street.
BABBER wasted. IZiS Mission et.
IIKI^JVVA.VTED MALE— Con.
AT THE CAL. EMP? AGENCY "~"
14 Third st. near Call bldg.; phone Bush 405.
THE STATE OF NEVADA
CHEAP FARE— REFUNDED.
U. S. GOVERNMENT WORK.
2.. tcamrters. $ii7 50 a month.
15 laborers. ?t0 a month.
flO drillers, rcckmen. hammersmen $75. *
10 tunnc-Jmen, $3 a day.
Tunnel foreman, R. R., south. $100 a month
and found.
SAWMILL CREW.
Screw turner. $55 and board.
Head trimmer. $50 and board.
Second trimmer, $40 ar.d board.
Board puller. $43 and board.
5 eection hands, pawrr.il!. $a5 and found.
10 lumber pilers. $35 to $40 and found.
3 gasoline launch engineers, near city, $12 to
$15 a week.
4 hay teamsters. $1 50 a day and beard.
1 haymaker, $1 50 and harveFt $2 a day.
. Cook, hotel near city. $40 and found.
WOODS CREW.
2 barkers. $45 and board.
2 Wheel teamsters, $G5 a month.
EJgerman, sawmill, cast, $3 25 a day and
board.
5 woodchoppers. pine, 4 fert, Jl 25 cord.
Woodturner, near city. $3 r>Q a day.
8 orchard and vineyard hands, Sonoma Coun-
ty. $2U and board.
2 planer hands. $3 day.
2 sticker hands $3 a day.
6 boys, IS to 21 years. $1 50 to $2 a day.
0 factory men, steady Job, $2 a day.
10 bciler-maktr?, ${ to $4. board and lodging-;
Ff-ady Job guaranteed; free fare.
Coatmaker piece work, city. JG to $S.
CAL. EMP. AGENCY. 14 Third st.
WANTED for U. S. army, able-bodied u'n-
rt'iirrletf men, between aces of 21 and 33:
citizens of the United States, of good char-
acter an! temperate habits, who can epeak,
reed and write English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer. Rialto building.
New Montgomery ft.. San Francisco, or 1023
Second Ft.. Sacramento, Cal.
WANTED — 1 or 2 men to learn a good trade;
can get employment the year ro'Jnd; $25 re-
quired. 310Vi Folsom st. upstairs.
WANTED — Brick layers and terra cotta set-
ters. New Fairmont Hotel.
FINE 3-chair barber Ebop; doing good busi-
ness; certra'.ly located. Bex 933. Call office.
ALL
M-n to learn the BARBER TRADE: only
t-:cht weeka required: positions secured; con-
stant rractlce and expert instruction; special
ntfer atvj catalogue mailed free.
MOHLER SYSTEM COLLEGE, 035 Clay st.
WANTED — Three first-class carriage black-
. smiths and three first-class body makers:
good wages and steady employment to right
parties Apply A. MEISTER & SONS CO..
Sacramento, Cal.
SALESMEN wanted to sell nursery stork:
carh advanced weekly; write Immediately for
territory before It Is all assigned. CHICO
3XUBSEBY CO.. Chico. Cal.
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, has
added 100 new rooms to the Denver Housv,
217 Third St.: 250 rooms; 25c to 50c per night.
BARBERS — First-class 2-chair Fhop and bath.
cigar stand and laundry office for F*!e cheap:
a fine opportunity. Box 54. Campbell. Cal.
SOBER German, steady, references, handy,
tend bar. wine house; married preferred.
Box 938. Call office J
MEN and women wanted to learn the barber
trade, tree of charge. Western College of
Barbers. 647 Commercial st.
TRY our men'e fhoes. union made, at Jl and
$1 5o pair; foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay
exjirrss or mall charges. 11 3d St.. Exam. bid.
EXPERIENCED German boy for grocery Btore;
must furnlfh city references. 413 Geary st.
BRIGHT strong boy in a wholesale house;
Ftate ase and references. Box 041, Call.
WANTED — Non-unlcn boliermakers. Call room.
25. '229 Powell et.. 2 to 4 p. m.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for all parts of
the world at HERMAN'S, 27 Steurfrt st
YOUNG man to learn barber trade; wages
while learning. 741A Howard st.
SAILORS and young men (green hands) for
chir*. HALLBERT, .'.17 Jackson ft.
Pension Atty.. E. A. Bullls. r.40. Phelan bid!?.
Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post, G. A. R.
WINCHESTER IIoteT~4~4 Third St., noaTMar^
ket — 70ft rooms; '35c night; reading-rooms;
free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
A BRANCH office of The OaTl for the reception
cf advertisements and subscriptions has been
or*ned at 1008 Market St., opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 p. m.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office. cor. Duncan and Church sts.
ALL sizes men's 5hoes<. slightly damaged, half
price. 503 Mission St., -bet. 1st and 2d sts.
j GET your Fhoes half-soled while waiting: 25c
to .V»o. r»C3 Mission St., bet. 1st and 2d sts.
I1OKSK5 AXD WAGO.N'S.
BIG auction rale 120 head of horses Thursday,
May 20. at 11 o'clock at J. B. Horan's sales
yards, ccr. Tenth and Bryant sts. S. WAT-
KINS, auctioneer.
STYLISH family horse, harness and carriage
for sale; suitable for lady to drive: owner
leaving city. Address room 44. 230 Mont-
gom^ry et. ¦
AUCTION sale every Tuesday; horses, wag-
on*, surreys, buggies, carts and harness; at
1140 Folsom ft.
STYLISH road hcrse. suitable for doctor or
business buggy. Apply 2C45 Fifteenth St.,
near Market, between 8 a. m. and 1 p. rn.
FINE river bottom pasturage; green feed year
round; near Black Diamond, Ccr.tra Costa
County. Nucleus Stables. 190 Stevenson, S. F.
LIGHT Furrey; good order; cheap. 2955 Sacra-
mento st.
.FOR «ale — A black horse; a good driver. j0x
173, Call office.
WANTED^ — A good pound horse; broke to drive
and to the Eaddle. Box 155. Call.
DRIVING horse for sale; biack; ti years old;
sound and gentie. Box 143, Call office.
TWO second-hand platform spring wagons, one
3-ton, one 4^4 ton, one truck. 223 Bcale st.
FOR «ale — Young horse; good driver. Box
3»70. Call office.
A BLACK horse for sale; 7 years old; gentle
and cound. Box 3765, Call.
BUGGY horBe for sale, young and gentle.
Box 3S37. Call office.
FOR sale cheap — 100 kinds of surreys, camp
wagons, robber-tire buggies. 1503 Folscm st
ONE pony and buggy or cart and harness for
sale cheap. 1504 Foisom and Eleventh Ft.
HORSES of all grades bought, sold and ex-
changed. H. ATKINSON. 65 Hermann st.
WAGONETTES, surreys, buggies, wagons, har-
ness, work and driving horses. 15tlf-Va4enc!a.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call,
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing, $1 per year.
BOUSES TO LET.
A — PRINTED list of houses to let: send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN &. CO.. 20 Montgomery.
CAPP; 778 — Modern sunny house of 8 rooms
and basement: a large yard, lawn and fZow-
er*: must be seen to be appreciated.
HOwStSS TO LET — KtK.\:SHEl).
FURNISHED house. 8 rooms, will rent for 2
to 4 months.' $50; call or phon* in forenoons.
2*22 Pine et: phone Pine C91.
HOUSES FURXISHED FOR SALE.
HOUSE. 12 or 22' rooms, for sale, very cheap.
118 Jon»ia Bt. between 12 and 3.
EAtmegsa rog pbe
C. A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO.. foot of Clay
at; for pleasure and business; tel Bush 534.
J. Mlchaelis Launch Co., Union-fit, wharf; boat-
ing Sl excursions. S Steuart st; tel. John 2t&3.
LOST AM) KOU.VD.
LOST— Here Saturday nlcht or Shell Mound
Sunday, gold badge representing Lyra sur-
rounded by 2 flacs and lettered S. S. S.
,Lib«-ral rev.ard to finder at 16 Fifth st.
LO.ST — May 24. a Maltese cat, at Mission and
First sts. Plea*e return same to FRED W.
ALLEN'S saloon at ' the above address and
receive reward.
LOST — Masonic charm, with name of K. C.
Hughes. Liberal reward if left with E. C.
HUGHES. 51 1 ! Sansome st. .
LOST— May 22. 1904. Scotch collie; brown,
witn trace of black In back and tall. Re-
turn to 1C45 Eleventh ave.; reward. '.-
LOST— Gold watch with picture and initials
belonging to party now deceased ; valued as
keepsake. 1174 York st.
LOST— Collie Soil "Jack"; liberal reward".
1400 Golden Gate ave.
$75 REWARD— Heavy ring. 2 diamonds and
emerald; keepsake. ~- Box 918. Call office.
MEDICAL. H
LADIES dfslrlng safe., sure and quick relief
from irregularities consult me; my methods
are painless and reliable; no failures; no ex-
orbitant fees. CONSULTATION AND AD-
VICE FREE; 17 years' experience In all fe-
male disordere; call or write. DR. WHITE.
702 Market St., rooms 7 and 8.
MRS. Dr7~WTETH. specialist for all female
complaints and Irregularities; Instant relief
guaranteed; 30 years' experience. 820 Post at.
MRS. DR. KOHL. rellableTpeclaTlsTfoTalile^
male troubles and irregular! ties; instant re-
lief guaranteed. 1008% Market st, opp. Sth.
DR. G. W.O'DONNELL— All who are sick or
in trouble consult this specialist on female
complaints; positively corrected; the unfortu-
nate helped; the most difficult cases treated;
advice free. Office, 101S Market st
Drs. Goodwin, 733 Turk, nr. Van Ness—Expert
In obstetrics, female-complaints; inst relief;
treatment $10; hours. 10 to 5: 25 yra. exper.
DRS. LAMB have moved from Murphy building
to the Muirbead building. 1584 Market St.,
corner Larkin.
MRS. D. ALLEN, HIS Market— Reliable ladles'
specialist; a private home before and during
confinement; best medical care; low fees.
MRS. DR. GWYER. having secured lease of
premises, ia permanently, located at B11A
Leavenworth St., bet. Geary and O'Farrell.
MATERNITY Villa — Secluded: confidential.
DR. EMILIA Fl'NKE, 1416 Sth st. Alameda,
LADIES — Our monthly regulator never fails;
box free. VITA CO., Station A, Detroit. Mich.
DR. ROSEN resides 2005 Folsom st, corner
2flth: ladies, relief or no fee: $10.
DR. and MRS. DAVIES and HINDOO HERBS;
original method of treatment. 1126 Market
LADIES' Irregularities' cured; 18 years' ex.;
private. Dr. SYLVESTER, 219 Kearny st
YOU can cbtaln relief; women only. DR. R.
H. WESTON. 3C5 Kearny st.
MUTES AHD MiyiNQ.
A GILT edge chance for mining investment: a
limited number of shares of the Osceola Min-
ing and Developing Company (Incorporated)
v. ill be sold at 2ft cents per share; this stock
will go to par ($1 per share) within one year.
For full Information, call or write Osceola
Mining and Developing Company. 414 Cross- !
ley building, San Francisco, Cal.
PARTY with $1SOO or $2000 to Invest In mine;
bear closest Investigation. See owner .to-day
at Golden West Hotel, room 359.
$500 — START gold mining; rich placers; long
kase; new machine; great opportunity.
HALL. OH Sutter t-t. ¦
MJSCELLANEOt;s FOR SAI.B.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. McIN-
TOSH & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
iTANDARD oil rig. tully equipped, and 1500
feet of casing, 11% In. to 7% in.; also 1500
feet of 8 and 6 Inch drive pipe. Apply for
particulars GAFFEY & MAH0N\ 503 Cali-
fornia st.
doe¥T'ovr~roof1Iea1c? ~
liepair it with elaterlte; in rolls easy to lay;
needs no painting or coating; good over old
iron tia or ehir.gies; best for new roofs.
ELATERITE ROOFING CO., 713 Market st
2D-HAND machinery, engines, boilers, pumpe,
pulley*, shafting, etc., etc.. bought, sold,
renttd and exchanged; see Sunday papers.
H. S. WHITE MCHY. CO.. 130-132 Beale st
PAINT your old end new metal' and shingle
roofs with A*be»tos Roof Paint; guaranteed
to step all leaks in the one and preserve the
new. 205 Front St.; tel Main 142S.
A— FINE suit*. $7 50; dress paints. $2 50. Orig-
inal Misfit Clothing Parlors. 238 Kearny et.
neaj Bush; open to 9 p. m.. Sunday to noon.
A — BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting pulleys,
etc. WH1TELAW. 253-255 Spear st.
GENTS' full dress. Prince Albert and Tuxedo
suits to rent at LICHTENSTEIN BROS., 25
Stockton St.
DIAMONDS, watche* and Jewelry for sale on
rmall weekly payments. United Loan and
Trust Co.. 21 Stockton st.
j J. COOPER, genU' full-dress rental parlors,
moved from Pulace Hotel to 21 Stockton st.
upstairs.
ALTERATION sale— Best $2 50 hats. $1 50.
Popular Price Hatter, 330 Kearny St.; near
Pine; open to 9 p. m. ; Sundays to noon.
TRY cur men's shoes at $1 and $1 50 pair;
foot-form Fhoes at $2 50; we pay express
charges. 11 3d et. Exam, bid.; catalog free.
FOR tale— Elegant OO-llght bath cabinet; rea-
sonable. Electric Works, 227 Ellis at.
FOR *ale— Great Dane pups. 4 months. C40
Stanyan st.
TENTS for rent or sale. ROSS McMAHON
TENT & AWNING CO..35 Mkt.Tel.Bush S5S.
BRITANNICA Encyclopedia, latest edition. 31
volg. KING'S. 61 McAllister et.. nr. Market.
PIGEONS — All the leading varieties; stamp for
catalogue. C. WILSON, office 229 Stevenson.
EDISON Phonograph Agency, Peter Bacigalupl,
moved to 7SC Mission st.
SECOND-HAND safes. $55; CO-lnch de"sk, $27.
RICHARDSON BROS.. 816 Market St.
ROUND camping tents for sale; cheap: some
new; 16x16. 310 Third St.; tel. Main 413.
ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters; all
makes. ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Montg'y.
BARGAINS In fine diamonds and watches;
eefy payments. GARIN. 803 Hayward bldg.
SAFES and rash registers, new and second-
hand. I FREEMAN. X 1329 Market st
EOMK good second-hand gasoline engines, 1 to
12 h. p., cheap. 13. B. Beck & Co., 122 Mkt.
SAFES — New and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 307 Battery st.
MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental;
bargains. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post st
SAFES — New and second-hand. E. B. BECK
& CO.. 122 Market st.
GASOLINE engines, auto' — biles and launches;
• all sizes. J. E. DOAK. 4C Fremont st.
MISCELLAXEOyS WA M T *' ~^.
BIG prices paid for old gold, sealskins, dia-
monds gents' full dress suits, --etc. ; send
postal card. LICHTENSTEIN BROS.. 23
Stockton st.
MORRIS gives highest prices for ladies' and
gents' castoff clothing; postal. 1)13 Folsom.
HIGHEST price paid for castoff clothing. Tet
Davis 825; C60 Sacramento st ¦ ¦
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and
theatrical goods. 154 Oth st; tel. Jessie 2851.
DESKS bought, mold and exchanged. T. D.
McCarthy Co.. 782 Mission; phone Bush 467.
SHOES wanted: misfit it castoff: highest prca.;
p>w fr ?d-*i»nd *hn»m tnr «a1». 740 Ml««1m.
vg MONEY TOjLOAJ^ £
AAA^HERMA^TdURPHY?"" ~
601-602-603 Examiner building.
Quick settlements; no disappointments.
Save expenses by dealing directly.
Estates, second mortgages, undivided -Inter-
ests; assignments of rents; property in trust
etc. ; legacies, life estates .and undivided in-
terests in property purchased.
Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential.
When You Need Money
See HERMAN MURPHY. .
MANHATTAN . SAVINGS BANK.
INTEREST 5>* AND 6 PER CENT.
APPLY DIRECT TO A SAVINGS BANK.
Any amount advanced on CITY, OAKLAND,
TOWN and COUNTRY real estate./
Second mortgages, estates in probate, undi-
vided interests in real estate, property In
trust: loans closed promptly.
MANHATTAN SAVINGS BANK,
CROCKER BUILDING,
POST AND MARKET STS.
WILL LOAN
A reasonable amount on
1st, 2d or 3rd
Mortgage, on real estate or *
Chattels, in city, town
or country. •
Low rate of interest.
• < •¦ Give full particulars
of property or chattels,
- Location, etc.
Box 408. Call office.
SALARY LOANS—
Money loaned salaried people without secur-
ity or indorsement, knowledge of employer or
anyone; confidential and courteous treatment;
call and get terms. Drake, 453 Parrott bldg.
ANY amount quickly, on furniture or ptano,
without removal or other, security; no com. ;
fairest rates; strictly confidential. National
Credit Co., €8 Donohoe bldg., 1170 Market st
¦HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry, at 2
per cent Interest Baldwin Jewelry > Store
846 Market: tel. Main 1044. Branch, 19 Third.
MONEY loaned on diamonds. Jewelry, sealskins
and valuables; our fireproof vault is. protect-
ed from burglaries by electricity. PORTLAND
LOAN OFFICE, 25 Stockton; phone Bush 484.
MONEY .loaned to salaried people, retail mer-
chants, .teamsters, boarding-houses, without,
security: 'asy payments; large business in
40 principal cities. Tolman, 653 Parrott bldg.
I ALL loan* on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent
I mn s. v. Collateral Loan Bank. 03S Kearny. j
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