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AT^cTl?.~llANSEN & CO.'S., Emp. Agents,
420 Bush st. 642 Clay st.
Head laundry, first-class country hotel,
steady year round, free fare.. 75c found.
Washer, first-class country hotel, free fare,
$45 and found.
Cook and wife, country hotel, $65.
2« cooks, $35-$S0. -
Walters, country hotels and restaurant, $30.
Dishwashers, kitchen hands, porters, bell-
boys, J15-J30. i
Storeroom man, first-class city hotel. $40 and
board. •-- -\ ;¦---
50 muckers, drillers, headermen. 4 different
tunnels, free fare, $2, $2 50, $2 75.
200 R. R. teamsters and laborers, Califor-
nia and Nevada, $2. $2 25.
30 farmers, haymakers, $30 and found,
$1 25 and $1 5o a day and found.
Portuguese milUer and other milkers, $30.
Chorernan, $30; stableman, city, $25 and
found: gardener, private place, see boss here,
$27 50.
Hlickrr. sash and door and mill men, $3-$4
a day. 4
20 young men or boys for box factory, $1 50
to f2 a day.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., Emp. Agents, . ;>..
429 Bush st. 642 Clay at.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third St., near Mar-
ket — 700 rooms: 35c night; reading-rooms;
. free .'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
A. BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has been
opened at 100S Market st., oppositt Fifth.
<)pen until 11 p. Tn.
ADVF/RTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch offlce.cor.Duncan and Church sts.
ALL slses men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 563 Mission St., bet. 1st and 2d sts.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 23e
to 50c. 563 Mission St., bet. 1st and 2d sts.
SECOND-HAND landau and leather-top fam-
ily carriage, tandem cart. 4-seated skeleton
brakes phaeton Toomey bike cart and pneu-
ruatlc-tire buggy. O'BRIEN & SONS, Polk
et. and Golden Gate ave.
BIG auction sale 120 head of horses Thursday,
May 20. at 11 o'clock at J. B. Koran's sales
yards, cor. Tenth and Bryant sts. S. WAT-
KINS, auctioneer. *"
FOR sale — Pacing mare. $175; 7 years old. very
fast; gentle In ever7 respect; safe for wo-
man to drive; will go double. For partlcu-
lars address box 0C0, Call.
STYLISH family horse, harness and carriage
for sale; suitable for lady to drive: owner
leaving city. Address room 44. 230 Mont-
gomery Bt.
AUCTION sale every Tuesday; horses, wag-
ons surreys, buggies, carts and harness; at
1146 Folsom st.
STYLISH road horse, suitable for doctor or
busiriess buggy f Apply 2045 Fifteenth • st.,
near Market, between 8 a. m. and 1 p. m.
FINE river bottom pasturage; green feed year
round; near Black Diamond. Contra Costa
' County. Nucleus Stables. 190 Stevenson. S. F.
VEW and second-hand wagons, all kinds, at
1615 Market st.. cpp. Franklin. '
LIGHT surrey; good order; cheap. 2955 Sacra-
mento st.
TWO second-hand platform spring wagons, one
3-tor., one 4^j ton, one truck.' 223 Beale st.
A BLACK horse for pale; 7 years old; gentle
and sound. Sox 3765, Call.
HORSES of all grades bought, sold and ex-
changed. H. ATKINSON. 65 Hermann st.
WAGONETTES, surreys, buggies, wagons, har-
- ness, work nnd driving horses. 15th-Valencia.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call,
16 pages, in wrapper, for mailing, $1 per year.
A— PRINTED list of houses to let; send for cir-
Tular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 20 Montgomery.
CAPP, 77S — Modern sunny house of 8 rooms
and basement: a large yard, lawn and f.ow-
«r»: must be seen to he appreciated.
FOR rent— In Mill Valley, a beautiful home
of S rooms and bath; all furnished; large
grounds, fruit trees and a stable. LYON
& HOAG. 110 Montgomery st. '•
HOUSE. 12 or 22 rooms, for sale, very cheap.
118 Jones St.. between 12 and 3.
C. A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO.. foot of Clay
St.; for pleasure and business; tel Bush 534.
J. Mlchaelis Launch Co..Union-st. wharf; boat-
ing & excursions. 5 Steuart st. ; tel. John 26S3.
LOST— Here Saturday night or Shell Mound
Sunday, gold badge representing Lyra sur-
rounded by 2 flags and lettered S. S. S.
Liberal reward to finder at 10 Fifth st.
LOST — May 24, a Maltese cat, at Mission and
First sts. Please return same to FRED W.
ALLEN'S saloon at the above address and
receive reward.
LOST — Masonic charm, with name of E. C.
Hughes. Liberal reward if left with E. C.
HUGHES. 511 Sansome st.
LOST — White greyhound; brlndle head. Return
J. O'SHEA, ,17th & Vermont; receive reward.
LOST— Collie dog; "Jack"; liberal reward.
1100 Golden Gate ave.
$75 REWARD" — Heavy ring. 2 diamonds and
emerald; keepsake. Box 918. Call office.
LADIES desiring 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 disorders; call or write. DR. WHITE.
702 Market st., rooms 7 and 8.
MRS. DR. WYETH. specialist for all female
complaints and Irregularities; Instant relief
guaranteed; 30 years' experience. S26 Post st.
MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe.
male troubles and lrregniarities; instant re-
lief guaranteed. 100S& Market St.. opp. 5th.
VALPKAU'S female pills; best regulating pills
told; price $2 50 by express. Pasteur's
syringe and tablets; price $5. By express
only on receipt of price. OSGOOD BROTH-
ERS, wholesale druggists, Seventh and
Broadway, Oakland.
DR.G. W. O'DONNELL — All who are sick or
In trouble consult this specialist on female
complaints; positively corrected: the unfortu-
nate helped; the <nost difficult cases treated;
advice free. Office. 1018 Market st.
Drs. Goodwin, 733 Turk, nr. Van Ness— Expert
in obstetrics, female complaints; lust, relief;
treatment ?10; hours. 10 to 5; 25 yrs. exper.
DRS. LAMB have moved from Murphy building
to the lluirhead building, 1584 Market St.,
corner Larkln.
MRS. D. ALLEN, 1118 Market— Reliable ladles'
specialist; a private home before and during
confinement; best medical care; low fees. -
MRS. DR. GWYER. having secured lease of
premises. Is permanently located at 511A
Leavenworth St., bet. Geary and O'Farrell.
DR.- ROSEN resides |2905 Folsom st., corner
20th; ladies, relief or no fee; $10.
original method of treatment. 112ft Market.
LADIES' Irregularities cured; 18 years' ex.:
private. Dr. SYLVESTER. 219 Kearny st.
YOU can cbtain relief; women only.- DR. R.
H. WESTON. 305 Kearny st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
BOILERS, engines. 2d-hand machinery. MclN-
TOSH & WOLPMAN, 105-107 Fremont st.
STANDARD oil rig. lully 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 & MAHON. 60S Cali-
fornia Bt.
Repair it with elaterite; in rolls eafcy to lay;
need? no painting or coating; good over old
Iron **tl;i cr shingles; best for new- roofs.
2D-HAND machinery, engines, boilers, pumps,
pulleys, .shafting, etc.; etc..: bought, • sold,
rented and exchanged; see Sunday papers.
H. S. WHITE MCHY. CO.. 130-132 Beale st.
A— FINE suits, $7 50; dress paints $2 50. Orig-
, lnal Misfit Clothing Parlors, 23S Kearny St..
near Bush;. open to 9 p. m.. . Sunday to noon.
A — BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting pulleys,
,'• etc WH1TELAW. 253-255 Spear St.
GENTS' full dress Prince Albert and Tuxedo
, suits to rent at LICHTENSTEIN BROS., 25
* Stockton st. .. •
FOR «:alc — Double bed and mattress, $4. 253
Sixth st.
$17,000. -^
A modern 10- room house and 56- foot lot;
large lawn and beautiful outlook: the best
value ever offered. Information of H. R.
COOPER. 776 Market st.
$1 23 PEH week: no Interest: lots ,n the Ex-
celsior IIomest?ad Tract: ell level: no grad-
ing to do; ready to build your liule home
on; close to electric car.* and achooL
26 Montgomery st., room 5.
$12.000— NOT yet completed: rents $1320 per
year: 3 marine-view flats: N line Green st..
1SC4-66-C8 Green «t.. E. Laguna; every room,
is and will be sunny; ever> possible latest
improvement. Apply at th« premises from
2 to 5; lot 23x137:6.
SNAP— Cozy sunny c<->ttase. 5 rooms, ba'n ani
laundry; latest improvements; ncrth rid*
O'Farrell St.; fiOOft or.Iy. Inquire 1303 D*-
visadero. between li> anil 12 a. m.
BUILD your unimproved realty: we losn foil
cost improv. and part lot at 6%. MANHAT-
TAN SAVINGS BANK. Crocker building.
FINE cor.. 75x < V>. nr. Market St.: •? blocks
west City Hall. Room 217 Parrott building.
ALL work guaranteed first class by AHL-
BACH A MAYER. Plumbers. S3* Howard st.
S-room cottages, bath, pantry and toilet.
4-room cottasts, hath pantry and toUet
Bargain price.
RCAL ESTATE: Conn try For 3aI».
GREAT bargain — Rich. Irrigated farms: big
canal; fr»e water right: very cheap; eaay
t?rn-i««: homeseeker's opportunity. C M
WOOSTER CO.. 643 Market st.
ALFALFA lands, stock raf.jhes, orchards,
vineyards; Inspected bargains: monthly cata-
logues jent free. C. M. WGOSTER CO.. 843
Market st.
SOUTHERN Oregon Irrl£it«<l lands. dairy
farms, stock ranche*. alfalfa land, timber
land, mines. S. C. TRAYNER. 5«M Kearny.
FOR sale — Beautiful home In San Mateo; ho-:«»
8 rooms and bath; large grounds; lot 100x190;
stable and outhouses; on car line; in center
of San Mateo. D. COFFIN & CO.. 3303 Mis-
sion st.
4 CHOICE lots cheap for cash. Apply 32:*
Bush St.. third C ¦ .". room 4.
CHEAP store laxCO feet, at 1514 Park St..
Alan-.eda. $12 50: will let half for $7; will
fit it up for any trale at a slight advan-j*
in the rent. Apply on the premises.
GOOD investments near new Santa Fe.
End of block: 271 ft. frontage on track: 2
blocks from Berkeley station $2.".> O
Lot 25x100; 1 block fnm railroad $200
Lot 40x135; mac; within *i block $43i»
Half block adjoining R. R. property $2SC0
Buy wh«re values are increasing.
Several hundred other lets and a number cC
cheap houses.
CHAS. A. BAILEY. MM University ave..
Near San Pablo ave.. West Berkeley.
$2300— A ERY pretty cottage of 6 rooms; lot
50x135: en the sunny side cf street and near
the station.
$»'.w» — Do you want a first-class Investment
paying 9 per cent?
I have for sale a warehouse built of ston*
and brick; fitted with compartments and ele-
vator; in an Improving neighborhood; leased
for 5 year?: a good investment.
JOSEPH J. MASON. R?al E3tate.
SE. cor. Phattuck ave. and Center st.
$5000 — Suburban hotel and roadhous* elos<*
to Oakland: lot llaxl^'i. containing 1 store and
40 rocras. all hard finished; water through-
out the house: gas pip^s in every rocm: com-
plete ras plant on premises; flne steel kitchry
range; all modern conveniences: cost o«y
$10,000 cash; must sell; investigate.
'# ':..'¦: 1200 BROADWAY. OAKLAND.
$1CX) CASH. $20 monthly: new 5-room cottage;
fine basement, outhouses and chicken-houses,
"barn, etc.; stream of running water; als>>
g>od weil and city water: Immense laurel
aud oak trees: rich sandy loam soil; fruit anl
flowers: 8 lets, all fenced: 200x100* can mako
It 2\X/x2C0: two macadamized streets; an Ideal
location and home: price $23«»: away from
- fogs and winds; adjoining East Oakland; J
i-:odel schoolhouses clcs* by. Call or sen4
for circular. 455 7th St.. opposite Broadwaz
station. Oakland; carriage rr^
NEW 7-room furni3hed house: 5 minutes' wait
from Key route depot. Apply 831 Thirty-
fifth St.. Oakland.
OAKLAND Fva J^}J}^^J^^^}^ t
TO-MORROW the day for bargains in furni-
ture. H. Schellhaas.llth st.,cor.store, Oakland.
San Francisco Advert isemts,
BRYANT, 421 — One or two furnished room.*
for housekeeping; gas; $11 00; also slngl*
CALIFORNIA. 3003 — Lovely sunny room for
light housekeeping; gas; running water;
garden; reasonable.
CLAY. 1323 — 3 rooms and kitchen: new an I
beautifully furnished; view; $30. *
ELEVENTH. 106 — Two large sunny front bay-
window and cpnnectlns rooms; gas stove.
ELLI3. 1233 — 2 rooms and use of kitchen: well
furnished and suany.
GOUGH. 708 — 2 nice large attic rooms: run-
ning water; gas range; rent $10. ¦
IVY ave.. 241—3 rooms furnished. $17 50; 2.
$13; sink and gas: adults.
JESSIE. 323— Sunny tarnished housekeeping:
gas; $2 75 week; other rooms cheap.
JONES. IIS — 3 sunny basement housekeeping
rooms: also others. «
KNICKERBOCKER Apartments. 1340 Pine—
Sunny, furnished 3-room suites; steam heat-
ed. electric lighted; free baths; rate $30 up.
LARKIN. 326. corner Golden Gate ave.— Fur-
nished sunny: central; bath, closets; phone;
running water; reasonable.
LARKIN. 817H— Nicely furnished Many front
room; folding bed; gas stov«; reasonaAl«.
MARKET. 2098 — Two largs well fnwlaaed
rooms for housekeeping: $13. '
MCALLISTER, Sll — Two larg» coaaectlaa
• rooms for housekeeping.
McALLIsrER V>&— Sunny 2- room suits; $7.
$12. $15: gas range: hot bath: adult*.
MINNA. 30— 2 suites housekeeping rooms; com*
plete; sunny yard for children; also fur-
nished rooms: $1 week up.
MISSION". 1343 — 2 sunny connecting bar!i
rooms, closet, coal stove, sink; $10 month.
OAK. 10 — Two rooms furnished complete fog
housekeeping: use of piano. -
Continued on Page Foorteca.
A SENSATIONAL fire — Storage planes and
furniture will be removed to North Beach
and burned If not sold In a few days: this
means storace pianos and furniture almost
cheaper than fire wood, and must be re-
roovtd. Whltehead's^ Storage, 1C3S Market.
PIANOS for rent; $3 per month: the largest
and best stock In San Francisco to select
from; pianos from $30 upward : our Hne the
best, our prices the lowest. SCOTT CURTAZ
PIANO CO.. 560-64 Hayes st. -
WILL sell for storage, flne Haxelnn and Vose
pianos. STATHAMS. 110 McAllister st.
SOHMER. Byron Mauzy pianos, Ceclllan piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. S03-312 Post st.
A BEAUTIFUL Steinway upright Brand, as
good as new; cheapv Hornung. 216 McAllister.
$16&~STEINWAY upright; private party; no
reasonable cash offer refused. 237 Geary st.
NEW upright pianos sold on $5 monthl>\ pay-
ments. SCHMITZ A CO.. 1« McAllister st.
3-PEDAL Steinway up; Chickerlnfc baby grand;
Shonlnger. little used. Keeffe's. 2S5 O'Farrell.
TO Let— Butcher shop, with fixtures. Apply
Mi Post st.
With many thanks to the officers and mem-
bers of the American Association of Licensed
Officers for paying to me the shipwrecked
fund so punctually late master of schooner
Fannie Adele. JOHN FELSHER.
face porltlvely restored to Its former contour:
Flmpie. harmless, scientific method shown on
the living face; permanency guaranteed. Call
• or write for book, "Hints on Beauty." free.
M. ELLA HARRIS. 781 O'Farrell st.
A NEW METHOD — Your bust positively devel-
oped and enlarged by my method; magnetic
massaga by appointed graduate, old school:
strictly confidential. MRS. HOLSHOUSER.
B37 Bush st.. apt. 309: phone Front 87.
THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair. Im-
proves Its growth, stops falling.cures dandruff
and itching scalp; no stain or stickiness;
I cleanrea scalp; at druggists', hairdressers' ; ac-
cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co-.l.'SS Pclk
Cancerous lumps, sores. Impure blood (affecting
skin, mouth, bones, etc.). speedily cured by
skilled specialist from Europe. Apply Central
Pharmacy. 251 Grant ave. 'Worst cases cured.
SCALP treatment given by a lady to produce
grovrth cf 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, varlcocele,
etc.; easily worn: $2 50 postpaid; physicians
recom. them. Dr.Burnard Co.. 140 Geary, S.F.
RAG caroets wove to order and for sale; also
chenille-wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer in
carpet twine, in hank 'or chain, at lowest
rates. Geo. Matthews. 709 Fifth st. Oakland.
On the worst bald head. Call or write. DR.
G. Sy 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 cost; uncalled for suits, overcoats
and trousers at CHARLES LYONS'. London
Tailor. 721 Market st.
.ASK your druggist for the Marquis Hair Tonic;
It Is the best.
SUPERFLUOUS hair & moles removed by elec-
tric needle. Mra.Dr.A.W.Travers, 1170 Market.
TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50; dress pants $2 £U.
Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont.
SUITS to order on Installments of $1 per week.
NEUHAUS & CO. (Inc.). tailors. 720 Market.
Actlna restores lost eyesight; cures deafness and
catarrh. A'VIDA CO.. .5524 19th. nr. Valencia.
MRS. Eaton, electric needle specialist. 363 Sut-
ter. r. 609. Miss Eaton. 233 Geary, room 33.
MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs;
country orders. GOLDSTEIN & CO.. 733 Mkt.
ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to lt» natural color: $1. at all druggists'.
H. JEROME FOSELLI. scientific palmist. 515
Taylor St., near Geary. Phone Black 5G1.
INVENTIONS patented. F. P. MEDINA, at-
torney-at-law. 6 Hobaxt bldg.. 532 Market st.
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL — Office and residence,
1021Vi Market st.. bet. 6th and 7th: particu-
lar attention paid to diseases of women.
BLOOD, akin and rectal diseases a specialty.
DR. BALI* 1073VJ Market st.
REMOVED— DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor;
treats all diseases of the human body; for
past four years at 115-117 Mason; now lo-
cated at 667 Geary st.. near Leavenworth.
DR. TONO PO CHY. successor to Dr. LI Po
Tai. herb doctor, cures all diseases of human
by use of herbs and t?as. 727 Washington st.
WONG WOO. the famous herb doctor — All dis-
eases cured by Chinese herbs. 746-5 Clay st.
A— EMPORIUM Storage "ft Van Cat. ; furniture,
household goods stored, moved, shipped. 725-
731 Howard st.. nr. Third; phone Grant ltU.
Va — GILBERT & STOLL Storage Co.; storage,
packing, shipping warehouse, G. G. and Van
Ness; efflce 1170 Market, r. 43; tel.South 750.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage & Moving Co., of-
fice Post and Powell sts.: tel. Prlv. Ex. 57L
CONKLIN^S Storage — Furniture and merchan-
dise. 333 Golden Gate ave.; phone Hist 126.
GOLDEN West Storage; advances made. 840
Misdon St.; tel. Howard 941. F. VA Zehfuss.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Fillmore st. ; phone Jackson 2SL
BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery
st. : tel. Main 1S40. Shipping at eat rates.
AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington, No. 1
Smith Premier, $25; other typewriters at
higher and lower prices: rentals $2 50. The
Typewriting Exchange, 530 California, st.
A FEW good typewriters at $-'?O each: get par-
ticulars of L. i Jl. ALEXANDER,' 110 Mont-
gomery Bt.
2D-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired.
Webster Typewriter Inspec. Co.. 508 Market.
BONDS for sale^ — Nolle© Is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received until 2 o'ciock
p. m.. Saturday. May 23. 1904, by the Bo«rd
cf Control of the Territory of Arl*ona. at th«
otflce of said board In the City of Phoealx.
Ariiona, for the sale of Ten Bcndj of ta»
denomination of One Thousand Dollars e*ih.
bearing date January 1, 1804. due and par-
able January 1, 19S4 bearing Interest at ias
rate of five per cent (3%) per annum, optional
after twenty-flve years, issued by the Ter-
ritory of Arizona, tn accordance with th«
provisions of Act No. 73 of the Twenty-s«c-
end Legislative Assembly of said Territory,
and which act has . been approved by th»
Congress of the United States. Interest oa
' said bonds will be paid seml-annualiy oa
the Brst day of January and -'u.'y of eaca
year, and both principal and Interest payabl*
In gold coin of the United State? at tb* of-
fice of the Treasurer of said Territory. A
certified check of a rescocslble bank for 9
per cent of the amcun'. «X the bid, payab!«
to the order of E. R. Kirkland. Territorial
Treasurer, and a copy of this advirttsemeat
must accompany each bid. Failure of bidder
to make payment in full upun 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 ths Board
of Control. Phoenix. Arizona, and marked
"Proposals for purchase - of Insan« Asylura
Bond* " -
BAN FRANCISCO and Suburban Horns Bulld-
. lrg Society, 5th floor. Mutual Savings Bank
building. 708 Market St.. opposite Third—
For the half yea- fdlng 31st of December.
1803. a dividend has been declared at tha
rate per annum of (12) twelve per cent on
capital stock and participating certificates,
free of taxes, payable on and after SATUR-
DAY January 2, 1904. JOSEPH A. LEON-
ARP'. Manager. HUGH CRAIG. Secretary.
DIVIDEND No. •, 8 per cent, now due and pay-
able to depositors of Pacific Bank at 405 Mont-
gomery St.. room g. J. HOWARD BARNARP.
¦ '¦---¦
NOTICE — Office of Insurance Commissioner,
San Francisco. Cal.. May 11. 1UU4 — Having
ascertained that the capital stock of ths
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 Stata
of California. I have (his day revoked Its
certificate of authority, previously granted.
. as provided in section 600 of the Political
Code, and notice Is hereby given that said
company is no longer authorized to transact
the business of Insurance within "this State.
E. MYRON WOLF. Insurance Commissioner.
. EMPtOrWEn 1 WAM'KD MM.lv.
AX cxpc-ri^ti'-pj nan wants situation as sta-
tlojsary vsigrlne* r or fireman; b*»?t city refer-
or.ee*. Hex 371. Cali.
"C'OAClfM AN and Gardener petition wanted by
inauatr'.-ju* young ti'.an; r.rb*.-cta£i driv-r;
run milk; U:»rt isf'.-rcncea. Box U5i*, Call.
•XiAN ini tzltm wa.r.1 i.'iac*-; wutuan lor £?n-
r.'*'. hecw mfc; man to l>e genially useful
¦bruit i»iac»; undrr^uinds horses; ao objec-
::<.<a to count :y. Apply room 9. Wllsoa
. Uoa»s(. T7.*i Misctoa »t.
KIT'.'ATl'.JN wanted Ly rr.aa 2S >»><irs of a**
ta cry i-tKnis, clothing or shoe bu=:tn«»ss; ex-
SXTiejjw^J both iti house and en road; gnoA
rpf«>:.-..r-t*; miii bo out of ci'y; tmall *aiary
:• trart: <-«t-n benj. Box »34, Call o. f fir<-.
j". V o!U«>r:;-. exp^riocced man arisfcea position
i* flevstor runner tr nltht v.-atch^ir.n:
• >a*? EacIhA. Trench and German. Box
0'."Z>. Csi! of flea.
M'.XUANIi'AL cr?v*'.-t?ir.»n. e<>od d«.-;gn-r
*¦ u «>i«::<r. IS ;ttir.-' ex|>er>r.co mining.
Mil •.¦:>:.;; i .•-. juarino we: 1:. v.ants i>cr!ticn cr
• jrk at fc«-=3«. Box C?4. C*!l offic-e.
" FTENOOKATHJEH. ll-crcuKhly up to date, cx-
r*rkrced wan. uru!er»t«aus bockU.^pIng,
(vasts' |»»it!on; bt*t rr*e:«pces frcm termer
•¦'not lover?. Arigrcn* box U^i. Ca'.l efflo.
.CUtUSSMAX. city, wants pcwttloo with whole-
•m> g:roc*rj or corcrcisc'.on house: has *¦•%.-
r-er-.eiice with :?-..:: prjoers; rf>r*5ci. Ad-
crr-- txnr at*. OaJ: office.
F&E3TCBXAK, 24 years, has trare!e3 a good
i.*h\ abrotd. speaks and writes English and
Itsl'.sn. Wikh«6 Situat'.or. cf cry kind, city or
<!N ur.try. Box P21. Call cfSc«.
A T'JUNO n.aa wants to serve aprr^ntlrethip
*'• * good fade or work *.t »onj»-th!nK trher*
. r^»r« '.a a joM -;.«.r.c» for ajvtnwmtrt.
nox 923 -Catl effto.
FII-VER-SMITH wobM l!ke position !n brass or
-stiver sfccp; 23 years' experience; or repair
mar, for ttor«. Bck 356, O*:i ofae«._
COACHMAN ar.a eard»ner position wanr«4 by
ir.c"uiU\cu« jfomit man; fir»:-c:a»e driver:
on t=;!k; best referenren. P:>x »M>. <Ta!l.
II^VATOR operator, man M. recently from ,
't'.e East. t*a\r*% *rnr!ovm»r.: in htttel or cf- i
rice building. Bex KG. Cell off.ee.
EXPERIENCED janitor ar.d por'er wlsbet I
work. Box 822, Call efflce.
Janitor jtb (steady) wasted b? m:a2l»-a«ed.
, ¦ e*p*T>enc^<; ?r.an. Box 9:7. Cai! office.
? FIRST -clays wood t-_ra<?r ar.d ba-sd sawyer
•Utl Jet. Call 313 lllr.ns. Et.
Rajstcr, papfr-haugtr, «:i?c»t:ter. wants work;
\tclt furu. 1272 Falser. St.; phone Mint i:jl.
' JAPANESE echcclVoy wants a position lu
s:nail farrJly: speaks well. M. F., 244
Qu'.scy el., city.
YOUNG Jarmece wetti a position as school-
' boy in r.!c* fan:ily; understands cooking.
. NINOMITA, box 963. C«:i office.
! JA?*A?£ISSE waiter boy wants a position in
;. country. FRANK. 4G5 Jessie «.; tel. Mint
.'JAPANnSE, god cook, wants position to do
;• -rocking and plain washing. S. MORI. 807 \
¦¦ Pott £T.
i-JAPANESE f.rFt-class cock with 7 years' »xpe-
•. rience wishes position. U. MINE. 10 Chel-
sea place.
/aPANEPE bey wants position to do cooking.
¦."• fcouaearork or r<?neral help. KAWA, 1611
1_ • 1 .:•¦'. Alameda.
'CHINESE firft-ciaff cook wants place in pri-
* vat* ff>r::;>\ CHUNG WING. S02 Clay *t.
'CHINESE first-class cock wantp place in pri-
vate- famil}. liox 924. Call office.
.•A^A^^iSol^Tir'iuENTlNCi DEPAKTMENT. i
"'. A:l detirat/le vtcart houses tnd Sats are Mst-
• ed in our fre* renting department; ov«-r 1ik*>
' In'sun-.b^r; a combined list, from ail agencies;
• 1<»J us pive you a list and help you to find a
'• I'lace; we n*\*-r fail: service :re#.
' * • l'C9 MARKET ST..
opposite McAllister.
'p — HOUSE? and flat* to let: an Immense list :
.' .*-<-Vviee absolutely fr*-*-: take advantage of
• this departmirt; it will save you time and
trouble. Cord«-s Furniture Co., 242-259
. Giary st., cc the square.
ELtGANT corner flat; lar£* sunnr rooms; all
ni^ii^m conv^r.ionee*; Feparatf er.trar.c«-» and
• >>r-;t)uif ; r> ::t reasonable. Southeast corner
- r,' Ofck and Shrader nr.
•ELLIS. »CV- 2 parlors and kitchen; recently
f.r.iyhfd; separate fror.t and rear entrance
•4?2 *
NC-E. KS4. cor. Elizabeth — 5 sunny rooms;
-• !'w: yard, basement: convenient to Twenty-
"ourth ami Ca>tro far?: reasonable.
COKK. 42*. near Page— Elegant 7-r. upper flat:
• ' • very rocm sunny; overlooking G. G. Park.
' DEVIFADHP.O. 728, ccr. Fultcn^Modern cor-
r.tr Sat. 7 rooms and bath.
LAKGEtT list of houses and fiats to iet. Cai!
<^ I-VON & HOA'I. 11C Montgomery St.
5UNNY r.at r.f 6 rocrr.F and bath. N.E. cor-
. r.. r Broadway and Leavecwcrth et.
UPPER flats. r>-6 r.. basement, yard. HM-Hr.g
Mh avf.. Sunset, south G. G. Park; rent reas.
VPPER flat fit 7 rooms and bath to let: sun-
r >- and modem. 133 Belvedere; rent $45 mo.
TO. let — An elepsntly furnithed fiat out en OaL
!fom:s «.. frcm Jun* until Octcber: rent
tf'i. Fcr particular* Inquire PAUL M. NIP-
• PERT COMPANY. 421 California et.
COZIEST and runniest furnished fiats In the
c::y; en 2 car Jiae.s; summer rates: one $30,
or* 135. 41 Octavia st.
TO LET, furs'.shed, June JO to September 1.
H-rooin Cat at 3032 Jackson st.; call morn-
' togs.
FtDR rer.t; furji«he<i: 5 rooms and bath; elec-
. trie light. fT13 Ml**ion st.
rcBsiTfUK r«m salb.
riKNITUP.E cf 5 rooms, oak parlor suite,
Bae rasge, chiffonier, iron beds. 2244 Twen-
ty-third st.
BUREAUS. $4*50; rr.a«!nc. 10c; Iron bedi, $2;
. H. W. beds, $1 ; wovta wire mattresses from
tl TAi up. Anderson Auction House. 19 Turk.
'rURNITUSE fcr sale; $75 worth for *7 60
dewn and Jl CO pel week, BRILLIANTS.
. «40 Post st. near Powell.
CHEAPEST plAce in city fcr second-hand fur-
r.irure afct; Gear;' Ft. Tel. Polk 1477.
'/ Fltt.MTl.KE WA.VTED.
ABE LEVy! ™^
fe£le«rocxn, 1125 Market gt. Teh Jessie 761.
Dcn't rill your furniture. earr-.eU', office fur-
; r.ityre. etc.. uat'.l you iret his estimate.
WANTED— To buy furniture for a 7-roora
Cat; njuet be in «ood condition: stats kind
and ;.-.:* asked. Pox 1S7, Call.
OiAS. LEVY & CO.. pay highest rr ice for fur- I
r.itr.re.carpets. etc. 7JC Miyg'.on; tel. Bu£h 41S.
A L. STORRS pays highest cash prices furnU
*vre. rar;>rts. etc.: tel. Larkln 3C31. C34 Ellis.
A WAITBSSS for fir?t-c'.ass resort, J25- .1
other waitre»e« fcr eursnifr resort, #25 each
<t«e prorrirtor In city); a waitress tni parlor
rr.aii for private family. $.';5: a cook for
. small American family. Mare Island, $30: a
• r.ur*e for 3 chi!dr»T5 country. $25. MISS
• rLU.-'KETT. 423 Sutter st.. near Powell.
A PLAIN rock fcr American family cour.try,
J.ir. ; re* :^<iy here to-day. HISS PLUNK -
ETT. 42^ Kutter st.. r.f-ar PowelL
% —
OIAlinET.MAID. $20; zivrse 2 chilcrrn
$S0; cook, same house. $?.Q; housework «irli
fan:j:>* cf 2, $iT>; hcuierirl. 2 in family. $.';(>;
nurte. infant. $25; cook. «hort d stance. $.TOr
c number of house-girls and cooUs for t.-.<>
countiy. £25 to ?."."¦; :v. o cooks. $30 and $'•'•.
MRS. NORTON. 313 fiutter st.
A-H«.»TEI* GAZKTTK. 2« Mcrtscmery. r. 12.
Chaini>ern:s!d. corntry. $20 cr $25.
A— WANTED — Girls to learn hairdrorsingr.
. manlcurtrR. rt'.-. ; trade 'r :¦¦<:• from A to 2
in - weckF; $3 to thn— enterir.j now; 3 po-
. cit.lC3)> to f.il Immediately; pocttions suara.'i-
»fed st ?10 per week up; loading school in
W'ftL 23.'i Geary Et.. room 13.
A— -Girl tp l«-arn millinery now for spring sta-
• sen: both seasons taufht from start la finish
i»j I month for $15: licsttlcnp as trinamers,
rfc!esla<Jie».etc guaranteed at $10 per wk up;
, <iay # and ev«-r.lng cla&s. 143 Stockton St.. r." 13.
A — LADIES to learn all branches hairdretsinK
ftru&r-, manlrurins. nisssac. ttc. 1238 Mar-
krt St.. cor. Jones, room J*4: positions secured
et highest magef; day and *>ve. class; call. ,
•ClfiL to .,.- -it t with baby. C5»n at 037 G61d»n I
*iate ave. •
EXPERIENcpn saleslady: steady; for candy
: eture «t H<r< Pclk st. Call after 10 a. m.
WOMAN for houjiekf'epinjr ond cooking. 1233
. Jacfcsca et.; $C0; sleep at home.
W" ANTED — 2 German cooks. $10; peamstross.
Htsitt v.ith children. $25: nurso, care for old
People in a home. $'2T>; waitress, make salads,
s ummer resort. $32 00; waitress, sume Fide
work. *2.">; 4 chambermaids and waitresses,
country hotels. S25; colored cook, $-3: cook,
small summer rvsort. $30 to $W: second, «su-i
and sovi:,K, $2j; German cr Scandinavian
soccr.O girl for Santa Clara, see lady this
morninK JF-5- we r.-ar,t a !arg«» number of
prU of "different nationalities for homework
for both city ar.d cour.try at the best of
wagf-s. $2<t. -,Uj fM, ?35; 2 girls for dining-
room and kitchen belpen for a lumlx-r mill
Ixiardlng-houfc. see boss at our office this
forenoon, $30 each; cook for institution. >•*>.
I Apply U' J. F. CUO.SETT & CO.. 3.U gutter.
LADIES wanted everywhere, copying letters
at home, evenings or spare time and re-
turn to 'us; no ma:l:ns or canvassing; *9
veek'.v rarn-d, materials free; enclose
eelf-ad<JrcE.-e<l envelope for particular*.
Guarantee Co., No. \\i Ninth St., Philadel-
phia. Pa.
EXPERIENCED operators for Willcox A
Gibes Davis and Sir.ger power F€wing ma-
chines. Apply J. J. PFISTER KNITTING
CO.. 412 Polk « : .
WANTED— Lady partner In lunch and delica-
tessen store to und to the ca.«h; must invest
JKO; will ciear $00 a month. Apply 310H
J FolsOTT) St. |
I COOK ani laundress for Santa. Crus; wages
$23. Call 4dC Frederick st.; car fare paid.
Then* Park S',«. .
STFIOXO young- woman for attendance upon
Invalid; Fliuation pern; amen t. 2527 Gcugh
I tt.. r.car Green.
j WA NTTD— Experienced woman to rare for in-
rant :cr six day?. Call at room 1S7 Occi-
dent*! Hotel, between 9 and II o'clock.
GOOD r«*taurant waitress: wages $S a week;
one <!*>" cS. 7 Taylor st.
GOOD buttor.hole-maker and finisher on vests.
4!7»> Pi::* it.
WAXTED— A naat woman willing to demen-
fft.-ate ue^ful kitchen utensils in a Ehow wln-
dcTr en Washing-ton st., Oakland. Saturdays
only; ¦»'a*»-e SI 50 and expenses. Apply at
I10« "Washington st.. Oakland. Saturday at
YOUNG lafly between 10 and 16 years t\go to
Alaska nilh fatr.ily; gooJ pay. Call/ 100 Va
Third St.. room 22. 1 to 5.
YOUNG Prr>!e£t«ju cirl as^st housework:
four In family: irood horr.e; wages $17. Ap-
ply forenocr.s. 231 Scott st.
WAIST bands wanted at Madam Nelson's,
cresEir.aker, 1017 Geary at.
LADY traveler U,t butlnris house; prtmapeat
poi'.tion. I>x SCO. Call office.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts.
A BRANCH office of The Call ror ;ne reception
cf advertisements and subscriptions has b<-*a
cp*ned at 100S Market et-. opposite Fifth.
Op*r. until 11 p. p.
M Third st.. near Call bide.: phone Bush 405
25 teamsters, SC7 Z0 a month.
15 laborers, «<X> a. month.
10 drillers, rockmen, hammersmen, $75.
10 tunneimcn, $3 a day.
Tunnel foreman. R. R., couth, $100 a month
and found.
Sctpw turry-r, $55 and board.
Head trimmer, $0<> and board.
Second trimmer, $40 and board. •
Board puller, $45 and board.
5 section hands, sawmill. $35 and found.
l'> lumber piler*. $33 to $40 and found.
4 hay tenroftfif, $1 SO a day and board.
1 haymaker, ?1 50 and harvest, ?2 a day.
Cook, hotel, near city. $4O and found.
2 barkers, $4.*> and board.
2 wheel teamsterr. $e5 a month.
Edrerman, fawrr.lll, east, $3 25 a day and
h wcxjdchor>per!=. pine. 4 feet, $1 23 cord.
Woodturner. n*ar city. $3 5O a day.
fc orchard and vinevard hands, Sonoma Coun-
ty, $26 and board.
3 Fash and door makers, $2 to $3 'day.
Stickerhand, S3 50 day.
3 mill men, 5a to $4 day.
6 factory men. steady job, $2 a day.
10 bn!!ermak«r*. $3 to *4, board and lodging;
steady job guaranteed; fr«*e fare.
Coatmaker. piec* work. city. $6 to $8.
CAL. EMP. AGENCY. 14 Third st.
C35 WashirK'on ft., phone James 3301 — La-
borers, teamFUn? and rockmen. U. f?. Gov-
ernment work. Nevada. 8 hours' work. $2
ani $2 25 day. cheap fare; 10 laborers, near
city. 6 hours' work. $2 day. 25c fare; .1 ranch
hands. $:>0 and found; 1 milker. $30 and
found; head lineman, large lumber company.
$100 month; 3 ppool tenders, *75 month: 4
eecond swnmpt-rs. $70 month:- 4 flicker
hands, near city, $4 a day, 8 hours'
work; 2 shapexs. $4. 8 hours'
work; 1 band sawyer. $4 S hours' work:
boy to learn trale. city. $6 week to start;
young man to drive 2-horse team, $1 25 day
and found; blacksmith, country. $2 day;
blacksmith's h*-!rer $2 25 day; 4 marble pol-
lcher«. city. $2 50 day; wheelwright for
ranch. *40 and found; 30 laborers, large
lumber company. $40 and found; bockkeeper
for lumber company, $fi0 a month to start;
cibin^t-makfr. city. $4 day; 6 boys. Fash and
door factory, $1 2.*> to $1 50 day; 0 lumber
I'ilfrs, ?2 50 day; 5 m*-n for «a«h and door
factory- J2 to $3 day: 4 general mill hands.
*! 50 to $4 day; 2 sticker hands.' *3 .10 to *4
di-.y near city, and lots of other jobs. L H.
F. M. GUNN. 638 Commercial st.
Phone Main 1191. Near Keamy.
Social, call early with blankets — 20 labor-
ers, long Job. $2 day. free fare, near city.
Sawmill", north, by rail. 15 R. R. graders
$00. company work, water, company and cli-
mate good; 6 loggers. $110 month; 6 swamp-
ers. $70; 2 spool ttnders. $75: 10 lumber
pilers. $2 '.0 day; 20 young men for box fac-
tory. $1 SO day; Fticker hand. Fee boss here,
$3 50 day; band sawyer and sash and door
hand*, good wage*; S laborers, near city 8
hours' work. $2 a day tree fare; 5 hay-
makers, Monterey Co.. $1 2.1 and found; 3
ranch hands. $30 and found; 2 milkers, south.
$35 and found; 2 laborers for dredger, $35
and found.
Nevada, ship to- night, special fare — 10 two-
horse teamsters, near ctiy. free fare; hun-
dreds of other jobs; call and see our bulletin.
3 FARMERS and wives. $40 and $55 nrA
found: man about place. $35 and found;
wood-turner. $3 50 day; sticker man. $3 50
day; sash ar.d door machine man. $3 day;
blacksmith's helper. $50 and found; fioorman,
$2 50 day and found: man to work about
brewery. #30 to $35 and found; teamsters
for fruit ranch. $30 and found; farmers.
$30 ar.d $1 25 a day and found; milkers, »30
and $35 and found; washer for laundry. $'J0
and found, and other*. J. F. CROSETT &
CO.. C28 Sacramento st.
MAN and wife for kitchen and dining-room
work, $80. rail early; cook and helper, coun-
try hotel $70; restaurant second cook. $S0:
broiler $16 week; porter for resort. $25 and
found:' waiter for camp. $30: elevator boy.
$30: inside servant, $20; dlahwaFhers. and
others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacra-
tnento st. .
602 CLAY ST Phone James 2476.
2 carpenter?, near city $3 30 day
Carriage-maker, country $3 50 day
3 milkers, country, 830 to $-V. month &. found
6 laborers around ra!H. $1 50. day and board
20 laborers around mill $2 day
10 young men, box factory 20c an hour
Woodturner S- • r 'O day
3 miners, drift mine $2 50 day
f?E«h and door man $3 day
20 Italians or 20 Austrians. R. R. for
lawmlll company, $2 day. cheap fare.
C02 CLAY PT. <;02 CLAY ST.
! 85 THIRD FT.; telephone Main 5521.
Laundry washers, big hotel $40 and found.
2 men for making roads, $2.
Cook for rmall summer resort, $33 found.
Men for pipe line, long job. $2-41' 2T>.
Ltbor<»rs and teamsters. $2. free fara.
Wocdchoppers. 4 ft. pine. $1 M cord.
Woodcheppfrf, s!»;ngle bolts. $1 80 cord.
Ranch hand*. $1 50 ar.d found, north.
Milker. /35. clone to city. 2S cows.
Mirkor. '$30 and found. 12 cows, north.
Cabinet-makers and bench hands. $3 50.
Hundred ether Jobs
A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 20 Montgomery, r. 12.
Klfffat clerk, country. $30; storekeeper, $40;
Portuguese bootblack ; sUverman. $23. <¦ .
YOUNO men everywhere, copy letters home)
evenings. $9 50 week. Send addressed en-
velope for particulars Manager Dept W4,
box 1411. Philadelphia. Pa.
AN experienced coffee roaster and spice miller;
must bo a good Judge of coffees. Box 865,
Call office.
BLACKSMITH'S helper wanted; horseshoeing
and repairing. Fourteenth ave. N et. south.
YOUNG man to learn barber trade; wages
while learning. 741A Howard st.
SAILORS and youne men (green hands) for
ships. HALLBERT, M7 Jackson st.
Pension Atty.. E. A. Bullls, r.40. Phelan bldg.
, Tact Com. Geo. H. Thomas Tobt. G. A, U. i
1 * * PLP \VA N T K I >—_M A LK — Contlnnrd.
Leading Employment mid Labor Agents.
Your Fare Free. Look— Free Fare
If you stay iour months. ! TH ATS ALL.
2t>T> tno-horss teamsters, $IK>.
136 laborers, you'll 6Uit. $60.
09 drillers, rockmen, hammersmen, $75.
Eight hours' work daily; hundreds going.
4 plumber*, fare {1 M), >$5 day.
Wheelwright, operate wheel machine.
Wheelwright. 5«c fare, $50 found.
10 coopers, slack work, steady.
Carriage l-ainter. sticker hand, country. $~4.
Molder and sticker hand.
Gang edgerman, fare *1. $55 to $70 found.
Screw turn?r, Santa Clara County, $75.
f> door molders, lumber company, boss here,
?2 60 to S3 50 a day.
Double-tree shapc-r and spindle shaper, $3.
4 ?1 p<T M.
Edtrerman. fare ?1 CO. ?45 found.
14 blacksmiths and helpers. $4, $3, $2 day.
20 vineyard and orchard hands. $26, -$30 fd.
50 milkers and butter makers, $30 to $50 fd.
16 choremen and boye. $15 to $30 and found.
12 ir.achine miners, $90.
186 woodcheppers. all over Callfornla.
20 cooks, ?C0. $40. $iK>. $C0, $7Q and found,
lfl waiter.-, ?25, $C0, $40 and found.
15 diahwashers. ?20, $25./$3O, $35 found.
12 porters, bell and elevator boys, $30 to $15.
20 Iaundrymen, different departments.
Lather and shlngler, 80c fare. $4 a day.
Painter, carriage works, fare-$l 60. $50 fd.
Lc?£fr. understand;; ripxing-, north, $60 fd.
Screw turner, south; edgerman, south; hook
tender, south.
2 brick loaders, country. 25c M.
Vegetable gardener, $00.
Coreinakers. city, good Job, $3 day.
r» carriaRC painters, $12 to $15 week.
Boys, learn trades. Weavers on blankets.
9 BOILERMAKERS, boes here. $3 50 to $4
day, time and half overwork. Including
bonM and lodging.
6 farmers, wives, $70.. $60. $50. $40 found.
Koi'.s'.ai;out, musician preferred, springs, 830.
Best Places at MURRAY & READY,
Best Wages at G34-GG6 Clay st.
BUTCHER, nil-round man, fare $1, $35 found;
second cook. $15 found. .
5 3.i v orers. Swedes, Danes or Norwegians, for
bis lumber company. $25 and found.
6 drillers, city Job. $67 50.
Carpenter foreman, SOc fare, $4 day.
2 lathers. SOc fare, ?2 50 day.
1C roiners. ecid (ravel mine, $75.
25 laborers, Eoli quartz mine, $67 50.
S machine miners, $90.
Ironcr, country, fare Jl 25, $2 60 day.
12 laborers, fare $1 50. $60.
12 laborers. 25c fare. $2 day.
25 laborers, you'll suit. $45 and found.
24 laborers, mills and yards. $60.
Ranch butcher, south, fare $4, $40 and fd.
Farmer and wife, fare $1 25, $50 and found.
-farmer an-1 wife. Monterey County. $45 fd.
'Tmtraith, factory, fare SOc, J3 day.
3 milkers together, fare $1. ?.">'"• and found.
Vegetable gardener, north. $30 and found.
12 hay balers, .lOc-fare. 25c ton.
", tunnel foremen boss here.
155 drillers. Government work.
150 headermen. Government work.
- . LOOK.
Edjterman, lumber company, $3 day.
2 painters and paperhangers, city, $3 day.
Rough cement finisher, free fare. $4 day.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay tt.
2 CARPENTERS. SOc fare, $3 50 day.
2 lathers, city job. $2 r.rt per M.
10 stablemen, many together, country. $35 fd.
Corral stableman, fare $10, $25 and found.
2 furnace laborers at mine, $3 fare, $40 fd.
155 haymakers and harvest hands, all over
California, ?ee u*. $1 25. $1 50. $2 day and fd.
Sheepherder. $30 and found.
Machinists, roller grinder: fireman, dredger,
do little blacksmithine. $40 and found.
Porter, large city wholesale house, $8 to $10
Ycung- man, city office, work typewriter, $6
4 waiters, country hotel, $35 and found.
2 bedmakens. $25; fourth hand on bread, $30
nnd found.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
5 machine miners, $2 75 day
.1 chuck tenders. $2 50 day
s shovel and car men, $2 2J» day
Skip tender. $2 5O day
H*ad tiinborman, $3 day
3 timkermen. $2 75 day
.'! t!mb':imen's helpers, $2 50 day
4 doutlehand miners, $2 r>0 day
Bucket dumper. $2 ">0 day
2 timber framers, $3 day
Amalgamator. $3 day
2 concentrator mon, ?2 r-0 day '
Tool oharpener. $2 75 day
B!ackJ»rr.ith helper, $2 50 day
3 roustabouts, $2 day
General manager here.
MURRAY & READY. £>4 and 636 Clay st.
FIREMAN*, understands dynamo, $40 found
Blacksmith, lumber co., $00 found
2 carpenters. 50c fare. $3 5<> day fd.
3 sticker hand*. S3 to $4 day
6 s-ach and door hands. COc fare, $3 *o $3 50
LaumJryman. fare SOc, $40 found
Butcher, Solano County, $40 found
4 sheepherdcrs. $30 found
5 .laborers. S hours' work. 10c fare, $2 day ,
1 Man and wife, ranch Yolo County, $40 fd
3 drivers for city hack?, $60
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
WANTED — 2 sticker hands, 1 planer. 1 en-
jrineer 1 sawyer. Humboldt Lumber. Co.,
First, and Alice sts.. Oakland.
WANTED — 1 or 2 men to learn a good trade:
can get employment the year round; $25 re-
quired. 310^ Folsom St.. upstairs.
WANTED — First-class cabinet-makers and
bench hands; also first-class sticker hand.
Palo Alto Planing Mill. Palo Alto, Cal.
A MAN of Indomitable energy and push, a good
talker, eager to make money. F. PERSON,
477 and 478, Parrott building.
BOY about 15 years old for dentist's office;
living with parents. Box 966. Call.
BOY experienced in printing office. 543 Clay
WANTED — A man around place. 1443 Har-
rison st.
BARBER wonted to work from 6 to S and
/ Sundays. 947 Fillmore St., cor. McAllister.
DAY cashier; good reference. 29 Stockton st.
GOOD 2-chair barber shop, $C0; 1-3 cost; sick-
ness: busy street. 257 Third st. ;-, «
. ___
Men to learn the BARBER TRADE: only
eight weeks required; positions secured; con-
stant practice and expert Instruction; special
offer and catalogue mailed free.
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. . •¦:•;< v
SALESMEN wanted to sell nursery stock;
carh advanced weekly; write immediately for
territory before It Is all assigned. CHICO
NUP.SERY CO., Chico,. Cal.
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor. . has
added 100 new rooms to the Denver House,
217 Third st. ; 250 rooms; 25c to SOc per night.
WANTED — Bright boy ©f 16 or years to as-
sist in stock room of our furnishing gools
department. 8. N. WOOD & CO.. 740 Market.
SCAeH German, steady, references, handy,
tend bar, wine house; married preferred.
- Box OSS. Call office.
BARBERS — First-class 2-chalr shop and bath,
cigar stand and laundry office for sale cheap;
| a flne opportunity. Box 54. Campbell. Cal.
MEN ar.d women wanted to learn the barber
trade, free of charge- Western College of
Barbers. 647 Commercial st.
TRY our men's shoes, union made, at SI and
$1 50 pair: foot-form shoes at $2 50: we pay
express or mall charges. 11 3d st.,Exam. bid.
BOY apprentice In barber trade; paid while
learning. 440 Bay, bet. Mason and Taylor.
WANTED— First-class carrriage painter. 1110
Battery st.
SOLICITORS wanted. Apply 819 Market st.
room 29.
GOOD general tailor. 5310 Mission et.. N.
WANTED — Brick- layers and terra cotta set-
¦ ters. New Fairmont Hotel.
FINE 3-chalr barber shop: doing good busi-
ness; centrAlly located. Box 033, Call of flee.
EXPERIENCED German boy for grocery store;
¦ must furnish city references. 443 Geary st.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for all parts of
the world I at HERMAN'S. 27 steuart st.
DIAMONDS, watches and Jewelry for sale on
email weekly payments. United Loan and
Trust Co., 21 Stockton st. , -y •
J. COOPER, gents' full-dress rental parlors,
moved from Palace Hotel to 21 Stockton St..
PAINT your old and new metal and shingle
roofs with Asbestos Roof Paint; guaranteed
to stop all leaks In the one and preserve the
new. 205 Front St.; tel Main 1428. ; .;
ALTERATION sale— Best $2 50 hata. $1 50. j'
Popular Price Hatter. 3G0 Kearny St., near i
Pine; open to 9 p. m.; Sundays to noon.
TRY our men's shoes at $1 and $1 50 pair;
foot-fonn shoes at $2 50; we pay express
charges. 11 3d St.. Exam, bid.; catalog free.
FOR sale — Elegant 60-light bath cabinet; rea-
sonable. Electric Works, 227 Ellis st.
TOR eale— Great Dane pup's, 4 months. 640
Stanyan st.
TENTS for rent or sale. ROSS McMAIION
TENT & AWNING CO.,35 Mkt.Tel.Bush S5S.
BRITANNICA Encyclopedia, latest' edition. SI
vols. KING'S. 61 McAllister St.. nr. Market.
PIGEONS — All the leading varieties; stamp for
catalogue. C. WILSON. Office 229 Stevenson.
EDISON Phonograph Agency, Peter Baclgalupl,
moved to 780 Mission st.
SECOND-HAND safes. $55: 00-Inch desk, $27.
RICHARDSON BROS.. 816 Market st.
ROUND camping tents for sale; cheap; some
new: lCxlC. 319 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;
easy. payments. QARIN. S03 Hayward bldg.
SAFES and cash registers, new and second-
hand. I. FREEMAN. 1329 Market st. .
EOME good second-hand frasollne engines, 1 to
12 h. p.. cheap. B. B. Beck &. Co.. 122 Mkt.
SAFES — New and second-hand. THE HBR-'
MANN SAFE CO.. 307 Battery st.
MOVING plctares. magic lanterns, 1 sale, rental:
bargains. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post st.
SAFES— New and second-hand. E. B. BECK
& CO.. 122 Market st.
GASOLINE engines, autor— biles and launches;
all sizes. J. E. DOAK, 46 Fremont st.
BIG prices paid for old gold, sealskins, dia-
monds gents' full dress suits etc.; send
postal card. LICHTEN3TEIN' BRO3., 23
Stockton st.
WANTED — A gecond-hand dental engine; foot
power. Box 9CS. Call.
MORRIS gives highest prices for ladles' and
gents' castoff clothing ; postal. 943 Folsom.
HIGHEST price paid for castofT clothing. Tel.
Davis 825; C50 Sacramento st.
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and
theatrical goods. 154 fith st. : tel. JesBle 2S51.
DESKS bought, sold and exchanged. T. D.
McCarthy Co.. 782 Mission; phoife Bush 467.
SHOES wanted: misfit & cutoff; highest prca.:
new * 2d-hand shoe* for sale. 749 Mission.
A GILT edge chance for mining investment; a
limited number of shares of the Osceola Min-
ing and Developing Company (Incorporated)
will be sold at 25 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. 41-4 Cross-
ley building, San Francisco, Cal.
PARTY with $1800 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
Irase: new machine; great opportunity.
HALL. C91 Sutter st. -
money to loan.
601-602-C03 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
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.
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 40S. Call office.
Any amount; first and second mortgage*,
estates in .probate, undivided Interest In
estates, assignments of rents, etc., at lowest
rate of interest.
RIVERS BROS.. 205 Montgomery st.
Money loaned salaried people without !»ecur-
lty 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 piano,
without removal or other security; no com.:
fairest rates; strictly confidential. National
Credit Co., 63 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 1644. 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-hcuses. without
security; payments; lari;e business in
46 principal cities. Tolman, 553 Parrott bids.
THE United Loan and Trust Co.. 21 Stockton
st (upstairs), loans money on diamonds, jew-
elry and valuables at 2 per cent per month;
J absolute privacy. Phone Bush 4S4. >v .,
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 St., rm. 7.
MONEY to loan on low interest: gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought
at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st.
STAR Loan Co. of Wyoming loans money to
salaried employes. R. 311, Mutual Sav. Bk.
bid.; Oakland office, 1103!^ Brdwy., suite 1-2.
LOANS FROM $1 TO $10.000.
NEW easy methods — To wage earners on nnln-.
dorsed notes: absolute privacy. Fidelity Loan
Company, rooms 48-40 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 st. :-
ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent
mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. 533 Kearny.
1 PER cent on furniture" or piano. 1003 Mutual
Savings Bank building, 708 Market Bt.
\v. per cent on furniture and pianos; no com.
charged. ELFVING, C16 Hearst bid., Ex. ent.
CASH loaned salaried people on notes without ,
lndorser. MORELL, 609 Examiner building.
allTuprights! / — ~—
Neubert, new $250. now $C0.
Fischer, new $325, now $83.
Hertr, new $300, • now $67.
Russell new $3S5. now $135.
? Colby new $425, now $180. <
2 Chickerings, new $450, now $100, $135.
2 Steinways, new $575, $750; now $183. $323.
Heine, new $575 now $333, ¦
and 50 others. ' Several squares at bargain
prices. Call and axamlne them. Rents $2 up.
Installments $4 up. Old pianos or organs taken
In exchange. Tunlag $2. finest workmanship.
235-237 Geary st. . Oakland, 1252 Broadway.
A NICE small upright: good order... ......$40
* One a little better, for practice $50
One'Kranlch & Bach, condition flne $100
One Belmont; mahogany case; a Bnap...$147
One Little Jewel; used three months $150
; One Sterling;- walnut case; good order. .$155
One Mathushek; flne order; rosewood. .$165
Also one Chickering, 2 Vose. 2 Steinways. 2
Stecks, 1 Knabe: all in first-class condition;
easy pay's. BenJ. Curtaz & Son. 16 O'FarrelL
SPECIAL bargains this week: square pianos.
$25; uprights, $100 up; organs, $25. BYRON
MAUZY, 308 Post st.

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