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THE SAN FRANCISCO" CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 2; 190*.
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ACCORDION. sunburst and knlfe-plattlng.
Stewart's button and button'aole factory. 111)
Taylor «t.; tel. Folsom 2121.
LESSONS In dressmaking Saturday afternoon
- or evenings by appointment. MISS CAMP-
BELL. riO9 Clay st., room 11. v
McDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery School—
Pattern* cut to measure: eve. class. 1019 Mkt.
KDUCATIO.V1L.
AT home In our new quarters, the largest. be.«t
lighted and most delightful place of business
I etudy In the entire West. New. complete.
I extensive departments. Thorough, inspiring
1 instruction 75-page catalogue on request.
CALIFORNIA BUSINESS COLLEGE. 001-
| i>25 Golden Gate ave.
A BIGGER school than ever. On June 1 w»
move to new fireproof buHdlng. 738 Mission
tt.. near Third. More :.pace. Oner rooms,
better light. Finest In the West. Come and
see. S. F. BUSINESS COLLEGE, now at
1236 Market st.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST S.
F. — Bookkeeping, shorthand; touch typing,
languages, telegraphy. English branches; day
and night sessions: illustrated catalogue free.
A— CHICAGO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1435~Ma7-
ket, guarantees positions to graduates: Pit-
man shorthand, typing, biokkeeping: $S mo.
AYRE3, the leading business college. 723 Mar-
ket St.; established 19 years: special discount
during month of June; Catalogue free.
HEALD'S School of MInes£Electrlclty.24 Post
st.. S. F.; a practical school of englneerinc
complete equipment. Special catalogue free.
DANCING— Adults. Mon. and Frt. evgs; Juve-
nlles. Sat. 2 to 5: priv. lessons dally. Flnd-
lay's Hall. 17th. bet. Valencia and Guerrero.
ENGINEERING— Civil, elec.. rain., mech.. sur-
vey, assay, cyanide: day eT. ; est. 1864. Van
! d«r NalllenSchooI. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ATTEND Gallagher- Marsh Business College on
advice of oflclal court reporters and be com-
I petent stenographers. 13S2 Market; catalog.
YOUNG children taught technlc taste, sight
reading on piano; $2 month. 18C3 Powell st.
PRIVATE lessons English, shorthand, etc., $1
mo. Western Business College. 1107 Market.
' GUITAR, mandolin and piano. $3 per mo.;
- mandolin club. $1 per mo. 828 Halgbt st.
PIANO lessons. 23c half hour. MRS. PECK,
experienced teacher. 1013 Mission, nr. Sixth.
EMPLOYMKST 'OrKICES.
GEORGE^AOKlT 421 Port 1ifcMeirBusn~i33^
Japanese- Chinese employment office; fur-
nlshes best help; contracts for farm help.etc.
A— ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese-
Chinese help. 426 Powell it.: tel. Main 8782.
GRAND — Japanese and Chinese employment
• office. 413 Stockton st. : tel. Grant 168.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
fice; all kinds hHp. 315 Stockton; Main 8188.
CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years.
Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY A, CO.. 640 Clay.
EMPLOYMENT WASTED FEMALE.
A PERSON wishing to continue a certain study
would assist with light work for room anil
board and very email remuneration Bn,
46C, Call office. -. "' " ox
REFINED, educated lady would like a position
as companion to invalid lady, city count rv
or travel: will perform light household du-
ties or sewing. MRS. A. D.. 14 Beaver st.
A YOUNG Swedish girl wishes a place as nuru
girl: only S months from Sweden- ware. 1?S
at first; Mlsalon preferred. 2C30 Fbi^ ."*
WOMAN wants work by the day hmi«».-i.._
Ing: $1 50 and carfare Call o* iddre"^^"
OaGOOD. 115 Hayes at. caress MRS.
A WAITRESS, experienced, wants position
hptel or restaurant, city or country 3?i
Mason St.. phone Black. 2336. " uolr *- *¦*
MIDDLE-AGED woman to do housework, in
small family; small wages. jaSrSSSto st
AMERICAN woman wants position for. house"
work, city or country. Box473. Call office
T lSiM?. Wl * M * eltu » tlon -- Call at X0H&,
KMPtOYMKXT WA5TEP-T-FK.MA1.B.
SCANDINAVIAN girls for housework (two of
them) wish situations at $30 in city; also a
first-class servant as cook. etc.. with very
best of reference, wants sltuatton near or in
San Rafael. Sea J. F\ CROSETT & CO..
3S4 Sutter St. .
YOUNG woman wants place' as dishwasher in
restaurant. Apply 046 Harrison St.. room T.
A YOUNG lady of respectable **»'•*_ d"*"*
position aa companion. AJdress B. vv.. Call
of flee. Alameda. J
TRAINED nurse (years' experience) wishes
permanent position; lady or children;- un-
derstands entire care: excellent housekeeper;
seamstress; best city references; city or coun-
try- terms, $30 to $33 monthly. Address.
P. O. box 2406. S. F. m
REFINED young lady who Is employed dur-
ing day wishes place in private family, or
boarding-house, where she can assist In re-
turn for room and beard. Box 43», Call of-
fice, or phone Capp 535. _
ELDERLY woman- will take charge of hous«
during own«r'« absence, or will engage to do
light housework; cooks welf; has good refer-
ences. Call for two days, at 913 Polk st.
RESPECTABLE lady of 23 wishes position »•
working housekeeper: no objection to chil-
dren; no very hard work and -a food salary
expected. Box 447. Call office. _
WOMAN of refinement wishes position as nursa
for two or three children: will take entlr*
care; good salary expected. Box 443, Call.
ELDERLY lady wishes position as housekeep-
er, city or country. 138 Fifth St., between
Howard and Mission.
GERMAN* woman wants to do washing or
cleaning by- the day: $150 day. Phone Jes-
sie 1780, or address 4333 Army st.
WANTKD-7-By a 'young school teacher of expe-
rience, a' posltlou as private tutor to adult.
Terms moderate. Box 0tf7, Call office.
SWEDISH woman wants work by the day,
cleaning, washing, etc; $1 50 per day. 92
Ninth st. ' .
GERMAN woman, good cook, wants position
In small family: will do light washing; city
or country; carfare paid. 7»4 Fol&m st.
A MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes situation to
do cooking and housework in German family.
2247 Mission at.
MIDDLE-AGED woman wants position: city
or country; moderate wages. Call between
8 and 10. 912^ Folsom st.. near Fifth.
WANT ads and subscriptions taken for Tb»
Call at Eaton's Bazaar. «SJ McAllister it.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscription* receive sti
Call Branch office, cor. Duncan 4k Church «t».
EMPLOY-MEAT WANTED MALE.
WANTED — Position by a first-class coachman.
gardiner and all around man (German); no
ob ectlon to country; best of references. Box
470, Call office.
A PRACTICAL German gardener and florist
wants to take charge of a good private place;,
city or country; best of references. Address
F. H.. 1SU Halght st. \
WATCHMAN or position of trust by a naval
man. former deputy sheriff and Justice of
the Peace; references. Box 455. Call office.
EMPLOYMENT wanted by elderly non-union
carpenter on suburban residence, factory,
etc. Address Handy. 1470 San Bruno ave.
MAX and wife, with son 12 years old, Ger-
mans desire positions on a farm. Address
H. FINK. 1112 Twenty-first St.. near Ade-
line, Oakland, or last employer. F. W.
DOHRMANN, 130 Sutter St.. S. F.
EXPERIENCED porter wishes a steady posi-
tlon in hotel "or wholesale house, city or
country; best references. Address bcx 1201,
Call office. Oakland.
ENGLISH professional gentleman desires po-
sition as private secretary, or with company;
absolutely trustworthy; highest testimonials.
Box KK«. Call. .
RUSTLER desires situation as outside sales-
man or collector; salary or commission. Box
COO. Call office.
MACHINI3T. one who knows how to repair-
motors, wants work; can give references.
Box 442. Call office.
YOUNG man wants position aa maa about
place br housework. Address H. J.. box
454. Call offle'e.
SITUATION wanted by middle-aged porter wh»
Is steady ami sober In resort or hotel. Box
43?. Call office.
BOOKKEEPER. who operates typewriter,
desires position; bond and references. Box
"7". Call office.
GROCERY clerk with some city experience
wishes a position. Address Clerk. 936 Larkin.
LOCKSMITH, gunsmith and machinist wants
work; can give references. Box 44>. Call.
Painter, paper-hanger, slgm writer, wants work;
tools furn. 1272 Folsom st. : phone Mint 131.
YOUNG Japanese boy wishes situation as
housework or porter: speaks English. M.
OTA. care 627 H California st. Si. F. .
CHINESE private family cook; good references
LOUIS CHOW. 322 Commercial »t.
FLATS TO LET. ¦
AAA— HOUSE RENTING DEPARTMENT.
All desirable vacant houses and Oats are list-
ed in our free renting department; over loco
tn number; a combined list- from all agencies;
let ua give you a list and help you to find a
place; we never fall; service free.
STERLING FURNITURE CO..
."";. •-.. 1039 MARKET ST..
OPPOSITE MCALLISTER.
A— HOUSES and flats to let: an Immense list;
service absolutely free; take advantage o?
this department; It will save you time ami
trouble. Cordes Furniture Co.. 243-23;)
lii-ary st., on the square.
NOE, 1054.- cor. Elizabeth — 5 sunny rooms:
new: yard, basement: convenient to Twenty-
fourth and Castro cars: reasonable. -
ELLIS, S29 — 2 parlors and kitchen: recently
finisb«d; separate .front -and rear entrance;
130.
LARGEST list of houses and flats to Vt. Call
on LYON * HOAG. 116 Montgomery st- '
LOWER flat of 3 . rooms. 1.110' 3 Larkin. In-
quire 1320 Larkin st. •
LYON. 7X». near 'McAllister— Elera.ru sunny
upper flat: 11 rooms and bath.
MISSION. 2S»4H— 9 rooms, bath, sink and wasa-
room: $27 SO.
STEINER. 1323. corner Ellis— Flat S rooms.
etc.; partially furnished: rent only $25.
FLATS TO LET — KfUMSHKD.
FURNISHED flat. 7 rooms and attic: furniture
free. 1116 Ellis St.; phone- Stelner 242.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room flat, completely furT hs«» --
•kpng.; piano; ho children; $23. 3S2 Hayes.
- »LATS roil SALK KL'RMNIIUU.V
SEVEN-B.OOM. flat; new furniture; rent $40:
wafer free: sunlight all rooms; ,wlll sell thl»
week for $450; a sacrifice; worth J300. 112*
Fillmore st. •
BARGAIN— 2 fine 5 and B-rooms and bath flats;
$C000; all conveniences.- 898 Lombard st.
TAYLOR. 624. corner S'utt*ec — 8 -room flat: sun-
ny; rent $45; clears $33; price $530. •
FlllMTlKK Volt SALE.
ANDERSON Auction House at 1» Turk st.. nr.
Market, for furniture and everything for th*
house at lowest prpfes.
FURNITURE for sal*: $73 worth for $7 39
dewn and $1 SO par week. BRILLIANT'S.
S40 Pest St.. near Powell.
CHEAPEST- place In city fo» second-hand, fur-
ntture. 986 Geary st. Tel. Polk 1477.
VtlLMTbHK VVANTtaX
~~~~~~ ' ABE LEVT.
Salesroom." 1133. Market st. Teh Jessie 7«1.
Don't ie!l your furniture, carpets, office fur-
nlture. etc.. until you get his estimate.
CHAS. LEVT A CoTpay highest price "for fur-
nlture. carpets, etc. 782 Mission: tel. Bush 41-v.
A. L. STORRS pays highest cash prices furnl-
ture. carpets, etc. : tel. Larkin 3B.U. 634 Ellis.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE.
A— WANTED— Girls to learn hairdressing.
manicuring, etc.; trade taught from A to Z
In 2 weeks; $5 to those entering now; 3 po-
sitions to fill Immediately; positions guaran-
teed at $10 per week up; leading school ta
West. 233 Geary St.. room 13.
A— Girl to learn millinery now for. spring sea-
ten; both seasons taught from start tn finish
In 1 month for $13: positions aa trimmers.
salesladies,etc. guaranteed at $10 per wk up;
day and evening class. 143 Stockton st.. r. IX
A— LADIES, learn all branches hairdressinsr
trade, manicuring, massage, etc.: pc».tions
secured at highest wages: day and eve. class-
es; thor. system. Removed to 133 Powll st.
WANTED^A woman to tak<» washlaf beta*,
> 604 Second av*., near Fulton M.
Ct.AIRVOVA.VrS Continneil.
A — Miss M. W!Ile. 330 Ellis, clairvoyant crys-
tal seer and life reader, will tell you exactly
what you called for without asking a ques-
tion: names givrn; special. $1; hours 10 to 8.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, iriftea clalr. & palm.;
I correctly treat your love arralrs, domestic
troubles, bus. and financial success; names;
1.. 50c; g.. Jl. 714 Franklin, nr. G. O. ave.
Mrs.A.H. Kronenberg.palmlst. clairvoyant, card
reader;when others fall try me;good reading
2oc. 721 FrankIln,nr.G.G.ave.Tel.Larkln 4207.
OLDEST lady palmist and card reader in city.
"614 Kearny. room 20; ladles. 25c; gents.SOo.
Mli^S SEYMOUR, celebrated card reader and
palmist. Ill Taylor st.. near Eddy. .2d floor.
MISS WARD, clairvoyant gives names date
and facts: readings dally. 917 Market st.
MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant, card reader, rT-
moved from 132 to 23',i 6th; 1. 25c, g. 60c.
SPIRITUAL healer: successfully treats all dis-
eases; 2 treatments. 930 Golden Gate ave.
ISMAR. the celebrated Egyptian seeress. will
return from her vacation July 1.
MF.S. BAUMANN. the well-known fortune-
teller. Is now at 317 Ellis «t. .;
MRS. SHAFER. clairvoyant, card reader, slt-
tlngs dally. 44SV, Jessie st.. bet. 5th and 6th.
carpet iii:ating a.vd cleamxh.
COMPRESSED Air and Vacuum Process now
universally used for cleaning carpets op
floor without removal; carpets and rugs are
aUo cleaned by compressed air at - sl.up;
prices moderate. S. F. Compressed Air
Cleaning Co.. 30S Market »'..; phones Main
152 and Bush 470.
WHEN you become disgusted with your, work
send for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Works. 355-357 Tehama st. Tel. South 40.
AT MITCHELL'S, 240- Fourteenth st.. clean-
lnc & laying done reasonably. Tel. Mission 74.
WESTERN Carpet Cleaning Works 1S0O Har-
rison st.; Al cleaning; 3c. Tel. Mission 223.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-Beating Works.
333 Golden Gate ave. Telephone East 18«.
HOPKE BROS.; excellent carpet beating Jl mat-
tresses made over. 1432 Howard;tel. South 216.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co-402 Sutter st •
tel. Main 3»4. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Props.'
RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet-beating works; prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison «t.: tel. Mission 283.
CLOTHIKQ BEMOTATINO.
SUITS cleaned and pressed, $1; scouring and
dyeing. Bon Marche. 40 Ellis st.. room 14-
phone Drumm 44. Call for and deliver free!
'i'.-'MJ"'?-'. COItTtJlCTlOIt OFFICES.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made'-
city cr country. Pacific Collection Co.. 415
Montgomery, rooms 9-10; tel. Main 55X0
. CURES STTPTTTBE.
HUNTER'S Positive Rupture Holder. $10; no
discomfort. 1206 Mark»t St.; send -for circular.
NAPA, May 10 1003.
MR. A. HUNTER— Dear Sir:.
We are much pleased to Inform you that
your holder cured our baby's scrotal rupture.
The baby was 0 we?ks eld when you fitted the
holder. Our doctor says the parts were healed
in thirty days. We are Indeed very grateful to
you. Yours truly.
GEORGE GREEN AND WIFE.
DENTISTS. '
A NEW pJate — The Whalebone — Cannot break;
1 warranted 20 yrs. : crown, $3 50; fillings. 60c:
plates, $5; full, set; all work painless and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth.
DR. L'iTDLUM HILL. 1443 Market. nr. Eleventh
— No charge for extracting when plates are
..made; old plates made over like new; teeth
from $S per set; extracting 50c; gas given. .
Paris Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor. Bush —
; Set teeth. $1 50 up; crowns, $2 up; fillings, 25c.
FREE . examination with . chart at' the new
York Dentists, 969 Mission St.. SE. cor.. 6th.
ARTHUR CHISHOLM. surgeon-dentlst.r.l4.1st
floor. Phelan bid.. 806 Market, cor. O'Farrell.
GOLD fillings. 75c; silver. 35c:' crowns. $2: no
pain; open Sundays. Dr.O.B.Hewitt.204 Suttr. •
BUSINESS CHAXCES — Continued.
A — CAMERON & CO. Phone South 1050.
3 Eddy st-. cor. Market and Powell.
Headquarters for all kinds of business chances.
BEAUTIFULLY located rummer resort; fine
Kroves; 36-room hotel; all furnished and
equipped for business; 20 acres land goes
with leajse; raise own hay. vegetables; all
kinds of fruit; rent $500 per year; equity In
this $2.'>C.O; death in family cause ot sale.
CAMERON & CO.
FOR sale— Well-furnished 5-room ark. moored
one hour's ride from city; fine chance for
s k imm*>r outing; also for winter shooting and
fishing; all modern conveniences; new. one
year, price ?22OO complete. CAMERON &
CO.. 3 Eddy st. '
FOR sale— Well-located bazaar and furnishing
goods busings; cheap rent; OH years' lease;
one of the beet transfer corners in city; do-
ing fine business; other Interests cause sale;
price $3000. See CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy.
For sale or trade — Quartz mine; fine prospect:
located in Cal.; assays $40 to $70 ton; trade
for rmg.-hse. or business. Cameron, 8 Eddy.
FOR sale, or will trade — 0 acres Inside city
limits; one of best Interior cities in Califor-
nia; house, barn, other outbuildings; plenty
all kind* fruit; beautiful home; will trade for
rooming-house: price $4000. CAMERON &
CO.. 3 Eddy st.
FOR sale— Electrical and locksmith business;
central location; established 9 years; rent
$:«j; clears $90 to $1CO per month; price $500,
must sell on account other business. CAM-
ERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st.
FOR sale — Carriage and wagon factory and
general Jobbing: established 27 years; well
located end equipped with modern tools,
etc.; full investigation and trial given; re-
tiring from business. CAMERON & CO.. 8
Eddy »t.
EXCHANGES made ln'ail kinds of real estate,
rooming-houses and business chances. CAM-
ERON & CO.. S Eddy st.
DELICATESSEN and grocery for sale; every-
thing new; good family trade. Address box
759. Call office.
¦ •
WANTED — Td buy a coal and feed yard; well
established. Box 194, Call office. •
WANTED — To buy a small brewing plant or
utensils, kettles, etc. Address box 610. CalL
WANTED — To buy a restaurant for cash.
Box 711. Call office.
WANTED — To buy a good hotel; state locality
and full particulars. Box 733, Call office.
BOOK ttore and news, stand for sale In West-
ern Addition. Box 670, Call office.
FOR sale — Bakery with large stock; good loca-
tion and reasonable rent. 715 McAllister st.
$450 — SALOON for sale: piano; refrigerator; 3
living rooms; must sell. 613 Howard st.
FINE newspaper rout* for aala. Inquire at
this clflce.
A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subecrtptlons has beea
opened at lOOf Market St., opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 p. m.
LOUUlXi-llOUSES FOR SALK.
aTcaMERON & CO., Phone South 1050.
3 Eddy st., cor. Market and Powell.
Headquarters for Rooming-houses. Hotels and
All Kinds of Business Chances.
32 rooms; cheap rent; 2 years' lease; fine
downtown location; 2 entrances; everything in
first-class condition; cood furniture and car-
pets; clearing now $200 per month; if run
transient can clear $300 to $350 per month;
here is best proposition in city; price $3200.
63 rooms; best downtown transient house in
city: will trade for ranch; compelled to leave
the city.
220 rooms; new and up-to-date apartment-
house; luxuriously furnished; grand entrance;
every modern equipment; clearing $400 to $500
per month; to be sold at a bargain on account
of departure.
17 rooms; rent only $70; fine little apart-
ment-house; sickness; must sell; snap; $uuO.
12S rooms; cheap rent; long lease; first-class,
up-to-dite downtown house; well furnished;
clearing $000 to $600 per month; must sell on
account of other business; only with U3.
75 rooms: grand new building; elegantly fur-
nished: cheap rent; 10 years' lease; close in;
clears $400 per month: $4000 down, balance 8
per cent i>er annum; departure.
24 rooms; rent $Hj; new and elegantly fur-
nished: oak and mahogany; fine proposition;
cood lease.
108 rooms: cheap rent; new and elegantly
fcrnlshed, up-to-date rooming-house; has fine
bar; can be run In conjunction it desired;
rsre chance for right parties; part cash, bal-
ance can be paid out of the house; other busi-
ness interests demand Immediate departure.
8 rooms: fine upper flat; rent only $30; can
bt- had by paying $150 down, balance time;
f45O.
21 rooms; corner; rent only $S5: oak fur.;
good carpets; housekeeping; all full: clearing
$70 over all expenses; 4 rooms landlady; price
$1600.
, ISO rooms; grand, new, modern apartment-
house; eleeantly furnished and equipped:
cheap rent; fln» lease; paying $500 to $6(10 per
month; close In; lull nice people; bargain If
taken at once; dissolution of partnership.
7-room flat: rent $40; oak furniture; good
carpets; sickness; price $350.
12C rooms; rent only $1 per room; new and
up-to-date house; all men; electric elevator,
lights; long lease; clears $4C0 to $500 per
month; one of the best buys In the city.
11» rooms; rent only $100; well fuqnlshed;
little apartment-house; reduced to $,1100.
25 rooms; elegantly fur. family hotel on Nob
Hill: doing fine business; will trade for large
apartment-house and pay cash difference.
14 rooms; rent only $57; oak furniture: good
carpets; part cash, balance time; price $900.
105 rooirs; cheap rent; first-class up-to-date
commercial house; clearing $350 to $400 per
month; call for particulars.
Large list of real estate, roomlng-housea and
business for exchange or trade, always on
hand. A. CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy St.
MARION GRIFFIN.
4C<> Hearst bldg., over Examiner entrance,
cor. Third and Market sts.; phone Black 3607;
rooming-houses and hotels for sale.
40 ROOMS, 8 blocks N. of Market St.; rent
$70; .'i-year-lease; Income per month $300;
owner rick in hospital; price $1500; furnished
l'i yearn: easy terms. MARION GRIFFIN.
24 ROOMS, 1 block from Market; 1 floor: brick
house; rent ?80; clears JSO; price reduced to
$1100; hs cash; sickness. MARION GRIF-
FIN^
CO-ROOM hotel; corner house; extra low rent;
house full; pays well; owner has lost his
voice and will have to change climate: price
reduced to $5000. ..^lAHION GRIFFIN.
3C ROOMS; new and modern; north of Mar-
ket: all extra large, outside rooms; 19 bay
windows; fine,' new furnishings; electric
lights; clears $179 monthly for last 9 months;
lease: price J3500. MARION GRIFFIN.
14 ROOMS; 5 blocks N. of Market: clean as a
pin: well furnished; sunny side; respectable;
$1000; \'i cash. MARION GRIFFIN.
15 ROOMS; a swell house: splendidly fur-
nished; nicely situated; near Ellis and Van
Ness; rent $75: thoroughly respectable; In-
come $180 monthly; owlni? to peculiar cir-
cumstances, almost any offer will b<> accept-
ed by MARION GRIFFIN.
8 ROOMS: furnished 2 months; 'cost $410: "rent
$25: 7 rented for $55; will sell for $250: %
cash. . MARION GRIFFIN.
85 ROOMS: $3800; reduced from $5000; all men
roomers; rent) only $225; well laid out house;
2 floors. _^ MARION GRIFFIN.
103 ROOMS: owlnc to Ill-health we are ex-
clusively authorized to sell one of the best
furnished houses in this city; It's dependa-
ble, high class, above a whisper of reproach
nnd clears $450 monthly. MARION GRIF-
FIN. .¦¦¦¦¦ . - '
10 ROOMS, N. of Market: $000; make offer;
rent ?32; a snap. MARION GRIFFIN.
4S ROOMfc: beautifully furnished; 5-year lease;
electric elevator and electric lights; fine cor-
ner; make offer; ¦ clears S222 per month: it's
truly a fine house. MARION GRIFFIN.
100 ROOMS; sunny corner: rent $125.. ..$4500
100 rooms: clears $350:*low rent. ...$(J500
80 rooms; furniture nearly new. .:.... ..$3800
4H rooms; fine location, north of Market. $1000
4R rooms: In Oakland; n»w; rent $60.... $2500
VI rooms; half cash; cheap rent ...;.$600
Money to loan on furniture. EITEL &
CARROLL. 212 Kearny st.
GREAT opportunity to purchase ¦ one . of best
transient houses In city: 33 rooms; close In
and central. Box 44B. Call. ¦ . '
MINNA. 614, near Sixth— 10 rooms, house-
keeping; cheap rent; price $200.
LOUGI.VG UOL'SeS FUR SALE — Cos.
THIRTY-FIVE- ROOM Market-street house;
busy corner; Al transient: I will sell at low
figure or exchange. Box 34S0. Call oiflce.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cent*— The Weekly Call.
If pares. Ir wrapper, for matllnK. $1 per ye»r.
amiciTUAi.isM.
MKS. J. J. WHITNEY,
Clairvoyant, trance, business medium and life
reader. 1206 Market St., Gait House.
PROF. FRED EVANS, noted clairvoyant and
slaf-wrlter. 1112 Eddy st.: phone Scott 887.
CXAUt\ OVAfliM.
THE FUTURE REVEALED. THE PAST
DISCLOSED.
The Present Analyzed by Livingstone.
PROF. LIVINGSTONE'S readings are like
a living page of Klammarlon's treatise that Is
so electrifying the world to-day. He Is no
Imitator. His work Is upon original lines,
pure thought, clear vision. He tells you what
you desire 10 know and works in the open
light.
He Is as conspicuous for his wonderful oc-
cult analysis as he In for his original ?x-
preKion and vivid truthfulness.
A test reading in not a life reading. When
you call on PROF. LIVINGSTONE he will
give you a full lire reading for $1. A test Is
of little value; when the mind Is troubled you
need more substantial aid and advice. This
Is Just what PROF. LIVINGSTONE gives
you when you call on him for a first-clasa
dilrvoyant reading.
He asks you no questions, but tells you
what you wish to know.
He does not mention all the 1H» and mis-
fortunes you are heir to. You are acquainted
with the facts In your case. Let PROF.
LIVINGSTONE analyze the matters that are
troubling you. find the cause of trouble and
suggest the remedy.
Permanently located 42S Eddy st.; 3 sepa-
rate reception parlors. Lady attendant.
Hours. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
ASSURED success for you.
Call at once and save $4.
His famous 55 readings this week for
$1 . $1 SI $1 $1 $1 $1 $1
No charge — No charge
Unless you obtain the Iniormatlon for
which you consult Him.
PAUL DESTINE. ;:';.>
The first registered trance clairvoyant and
palmist ever in San Francisco.
Read carefully. An hor/?st proposition. ,
(You to be full Judge.)
I do hereby solemnly agiee a-nd guarantee to
make no charge If I fall to tell your name, oc-
cupation and what you called for: I tell you If
husband, wife or lover is true or false; who and
when you will marry; how to gain the love of
the one you desire; fact." I will tell you
I every hope, fear or ambition, better than you
can tell yourself; his advice Is reliable; his
powers are wonderful and Indisputable: he Im-
proves your character so that you will reach
the hlchest possible development In mental
vigor, health, happiness and capacity to earn
1 wealth; the controlling power Implanted In your
nature, so you can control any one secretly;
cures disease and lost vitality; gives advice on
mining and burled treasures; gives you success
In life; he fruarantees. you success or charges
nothing for his cervices.
10 a. m. to S n. m. — Closed Sunday.
320 O'Farrell St.— 320
MME. M. BERNARD, THE FAMOUS
• Clairvoyant and business medium, perma-
nently located at 17 Third St.. next Examiner
bldg.; she reads your life correctly, gives an
accurate description of the past, reveala the
present happenings and portrays events to
occur In the future; If you are In trouble.
- discontented or not satisfied with life, or
- huve domestic, love or business troubles, con-
sult this great medium and you will be told
how. to overcome them; valuable advice in
all affairs of life; 25c up; satisfaction guar-
anteed;.; readings by mall. Tel. Black 4560.
ELLSMERE,"- Egyptian seer. clairvoyant;
; marvelous, readings; advice, love, business,
mining; locates, cures disease; whom, when
you marry: call if In trouble or doubt; re-
moves spells, evil by mall $2.
1007% Market Bt.: low fee-
MME. PORTER, celebrated clairvoyant medium,
card reader, born with a double veil and sec-
' ond sight, tells past, present and future; 1.
COc, g. by cards $1; palmistry and clairvoyant
elt.. $1 50. -200 O'Farrell St., near Mason.
MRS. DR. MARTIN, wonderful spiritual heal-
er and bus. medium; read, dally $1; develop-
Ing claeg Thursday, 8 p. m. 612 Eddy st. .
A — Mrne. Ravenna reads life: business advice; j
names given; 25c up. £33 Howard, bet. 4th&0th.
nOAItDlXG FOR CHILDREN.
FRENCH boarding for children. MRS,. GUNTZ.
«63 Pine st.
Dl'SlMiS.t CHAXCES.
A— $2200; ROADHOUSE! Roadhouset Road-
house! With IS furn. rooms; rent $40: lease;
a first-class paying retort. See R. O. WILKE.
-t'ja Kearny ft.
A— fSOO; CORNER saloon; rent $20; a splendid
location in the Mission; place doing a busi-
ness of about $15 per day. R. G. WILKE,
2CH Kearny st. v
A — $500; SALOON, vicinity Third and Bran-
nan sts. ; established years; rent $40. Call
R. G. WILKE. :!«'¦» Kearny st.
A— J15O0; SALOON in wholesale district; vi-
cinity of Sansome St. ; place established 20
years; doine a. sood bu»lnens; rent $50. See
R. G. WILKE. MVj Keearny st.
A — $3o<n>; ELEGANT barroom, with mercan-
tile lunch; on Montgomery St., vicinity of
California; iilaoe must be sacrificed on ac-
count of ill health of owner. See R. G.
WILKE. 2«Vi Kearny St.
A— $450; BARBER shop: 3 chairs; best location
hi th« Mission; rent $15. See R. O. WILKE,
2*i 1 i Kearny st.
A $3000 HOTEL In San Rafael; 21 rooms bar
parlor and dining room; a well established
place; gcod furniture and a bargain. Call
H. G. WILKE. 26V4 Kearny st.
A GOOD paying saloon on Clay st. ; rent $65;
plac* is establ. for years; Investigate at
once; this Is a rare chance; value in sight.
Sea R. G. WILKE. 26 H Kearny st.
A— $700; RESTAURANT opposite Golden Gate
Park; tent $25; good business; clearing about
$150 i»r mentb. See R. G. WILKE, 26 H
Kearr.j st.
A— $2500; SALOON: choicest location on Mar-
ket- St.; low rent; good lease; elegant fix-
. tures and a first-class paving business. Call
R. G. WILKE. 2t>H Kearny et.
A— 5250; BOTTLE beer route; well established.
See R. G. WILKE. 20^i Kearny at.
A— $2750; CORNER saloon on Market st.. In-
cluding 7 rooms: rent $1CO; return rents $80;
lease; a first -class location and well estab -
plifhed p'.ace. See R. G. WILKE. 26^4 Kear-
cy st.
A— $2000; SOAP factory; a eplendid and well-
established business; also manufactory of
washing powder: o^'ner will allow buyer to
Investigate business for 14 days. See R. 3.
WILKE. 26Vs Kfarny st.
A — $700; SALOON with long lease Jn choicest
part of this city; rent $40; a (rood paying
business. Call R. G. WILKE. 2<JH Kearny.
A— £C00- -CUOPHOUEE and coffee saloon, cpp.
cable house; place estab. year?, with steady
and transient customers; owner clean about
J175 per month. See K. G. WILKE, 20^
Keamy Et.
A — DRUGST\JIiE — drugstore — drugstore: price
$4500; established 27 years: lease 5 years;
rer.t fCO; one of the best paying stores In this
city; owner to retire. Call R. O. WILKE,
26H Kearny at.
A— 1JO0; CORNER -aloon with 7 rooms on
Bryant s*.; rent $50; place surrounded by
fai-torles and warehouses; a good business.
Call R. G. WILKE. 2«JVi Kearny st.
A— $-1000; BOARDING and rooming house; 3*
rooms, kitchen and dining-room. 37 beds,
gocd furniture, lease, place paying well. Set
R. O. WILKE. 26 V4 Kearny st
A— $2500; DAIRY depot and route; dally sales
50 cans; 8 hcrses. 4 wagons, etc.; most pri-
vate customers; business kept by owr.er IS
vears; a eood-paylngr investment. Call R. Q.
. ' WILKE. 26 fe Kearnr st.
A — $550: branch bakery and delicatessen
ttcre with 4 rooms; rent $23; fine location;
rood business. See K. G. WILKIE. 2tiH
Keamy st
A— $2000; SALOON, vicinity Market. Ellis and
Stockton sts.; rent $150; lease; place estab-
lished years; Uret-class business. Call R. G.
W-ILKE. 26% Kearny st.
A— $900: SALOON, vicinity Taylor & Turk sts. ;
rent $50; this Is. a gocd paying and old es-
ttbtlshed bus'.net*.; s. worklngman's place:
rare chance. 5ee R. G. W ILKE. 2C% Kearny.
$3000^-GROCEMY and bar. on Fourth St.. about
1 b!ork from Market st. ; lease; cood paying;
ettablltbed years; sickness only cause of
tale. Call R. G. WILKE. 2HV, Kearny •:.
A— KiOOO; CORNER grocery and bar; cash
business: store receipts about $60 per day:
bar receipts about $20; cwner will tell for
cash or trade for property at the actual
value of * W00. Call K. O. WILKE. 26 S
Krarny st.
A— PICKLING WORKS
For sale: factory completely etiuii>iJ*d for the
manufacture of pickles, mustard, sauerkraut,
(¦live?, salad oil? and table condiment*;
product told In all part? oT the Un:tel
State?: price (750(1, Including ytock on hand.
GEHMANlA INVEST. CO.. 02T Market St.
A— THE AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
Is at present the safest investment and most
profitable in the city. We repre-
sent two of the largest incorporated com-
panies In S. F.. and have openings for chauf-
feurs, machinists and office men who can
lnvpf>t a srnall amount of cash with services.
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. 927 Market st.
- A SAFE INVESTMENT.
JKX*.- cash and services secure interest -and
otfice of treasurer in an incoroorafd r»alty
and investment company; $1T.O monthly as-
F'jred: hlphei-t references given and required
GERMANIA INVEST. CO.. '.127 Market St.
A— A GOOD OPENING
For a young man who <an Invest $500 in a
his:h-<-lass real estate office and CU position
cf cashier; experience net necessary; invest-
ment secured and $2rt xveeklv Kuaranteed
GERMANIA INVEST. CO., 927 Market »t.
AUTOMOBILE :>Iant at bankrupt sale— Com-
plete plant. Including fixtures, tools, machin-
ery. «"tc. belonging to the, bankrupt estate
cf the Universal Automobile Company, will
be sold at .bankrupt sale June h. For in-
ventory ana particulars apply at the office
ot FRANK & MANSFIELD, attorneys. 20«
Saneomt street, San Francisco.
MILLINERY — Half interest best interior store
In State for sale; reasons, two stores.; man-
acrr needed for one; $2000. DUNN, 1312 Mkt.
DERMATOLOGIST, electrolysis parlors, with
furniture" equipment and ?20O stock, at a bar-
sain; now paylnr handsomely; reason sick-
D(F!. ' See DUNN, 1312 Market st.
FOR sale — One of the best grocery stores in a
city across the bay, not far from San Fran-
cisco: must sell or take a partner, one who
can lock after the business. Address for
particulars, box <;42. Call office.
OLD-ESTABLISHED cash business; will stand
Investigation; receipts over $1000 per minth ;
net profits over 52."<O; only f.'IOOO required.
Exclusively Berg. Armstrong Co.. 31S Kearny.
HARNESS business with stock anj tools for
sal*; In country; on account of death; good
paying locality. For particulars apply MRS.
M. HERRING. 2225 Mission St.; city.
BERG. .ARMSTRONG & CO.. phon» red 4845.—
Headquarters for saloons, hotels, lodging-
houses, furnished fiats, bakeries, barber
shop.*, delicatessen. 51S Kearny Et.
WANTED — Experienced newspaper route men
to handle circulation on Fresno Evening
Democrat; chance to build up good business
Write' for particulars.
FOR sale — A good business in Tonopah; well
eMabllshed and paying a fine profit; amount
of cash required about $1500. Full partlcu-
. lars box ICO. Call office.
$2S00— A BIG sacrifice; the best paying restau-
rant In Sacramento: receipts $100 a day; long
lease. P. O. box 158, Sacramento, Cal.
GENERAL merchandise store In country for
ealc; complete stock of everything. Address
for particulars, box 160. Call office.
SURE way to beat slot machines; big money.
Box 45S, Call.
WANTED — A delicatessen store with estab-
lished trade; state amount of trade and price
asked. Box o:c. Call office.
FOR sale — Store fixtures, with or without
Mock; fine living rooms. H> Turk St.; phone
Howard 34oC.
COKTA RICA BANANA CO. stock at ground;
floor prices: fine prospectus. 53» Crossley bid.
WEST ALMADEN V quicksilver stock; a bonan^
za ; at bedrock prices. 539 Crossley bid.
FOR sale — Good tailoring house In the country.
Scotch Plaid Tailors, 1009 Market 8t.
GOOD candy utore for sale cheap; leaving
city. Address box 443. Call office.
GREAT -opportunity; partner wanted with
$1000 tn two new patents. Box 44G. Call.
SALOON for sale, cheap. 141 Second st.
SALOON tilth lease; $2500; rent $S5; receipts
$300 month; fine location. Box 452. Call.
CHOPHOUSE; $240; rent $26: liquor license;
¦ clears $150 a month. Box 4.M, Call office.
SALOON, en account leaving city. Address box
420. Call.
WANTED — Active partner In downtown day
caloon; price $2000. Box 427, Call office.
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AGENTS— An agency for a proposition that !»
a decided in-.r-rovement on building and loan
Is worth having. Ureat Western Improve-
rr.T.t Company. Parrott building.
. _ ASTHMA JEMED Y.
A Dl Nola's A«th:na Remedy relieves Instant-
ly: 10'-. L'5c. r.Oc 100J Market. St. Nicholas.
ATTOKSEYS-AT-LAW.
A PRIVATE, quick divorce for «*mall fe«.
fee* me and save money; no pay In 'advance
G. W. HOWE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW "'
Evtabllshcd 22 yrs.; rmi. 1, 2. 3, 4 & 5,1st fL.
1122 Market St.. between Mason and Taylor.
AcVicf free all matters. Detectives employed.
XI. W. KINO. Attomey-at-Law, Exam, bid*
6th ftoor; entrance room 611; established 20
J»an; all cases, gf-neral court and office prac-
tice; no fee. in advance or for consultation-
evetilnes «jy appointment. Tel. Red 3601. '
ADVICE free; divorce costs $12; no fees or
corts tn advance; all law business; office
cr<«-n Saturday evenlnes. 519 Market st!, r. 81.
DIVOr.CE — Costs. $12! «ju!ck, quiet; ad vie.
free; all law business; no charge unless »uc-
.o*ssful; cpen evening*. 827 Market, room 301.
DIVORCE law a specialty; no publicity} advice
free; costs $12. Ad. B.A.S.. P.O. box 21V9, 8.F.
J- 6. CLARK. 327 Market lit.; consultation
fr-r: no fees In adrsnee: "pen- *venln«rs.
V AUTOMOBILES.
ONE or the best makes of automobiles en the
market for sale; late model. -Address box
Ml. Call office. -^
AITTOMOI3ILE for sale: gasoline power; only
b«-«i uwd 3 month*. Box CM, Call office.
FOR ep.le — A Eteam automobile In first-class
running order. Box 712. Call office.
fTOO CADILLAC automobile for sale; g^>od a*
__tiew. I#ix 161, Call offfoe.
i-.V M.l- automobile for sale; almost new. Box
175. Call office. 1
PIERCE reotcrette. « horsepower, for sale. 3ox
190. Call office.
VANTED— To buy an automobile In rood run-
rucf order; cute xnalce, etc. Box 876, Call.
n call want isi*; lili iiiliiBBliiwiiil
mi* scissors 2 sil
THE CALL'S PREMIUM THIS WEEK TO CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISERS IN SUNDAY EDITION.
L:L ; .' <( J
A highly plated four-inch scissors, made of best quality steel, and has an excellent finish.
SCISSORS OF A STYLE AND SIZE MOST USEFUL FOR EMBROIDERY
AND FANCY WORK, AND ALSO VERY SUITABLE FOR POCKET USE.
Gifts Will Be Gives* Thursday, Friday and Saturday to
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