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THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL. ' WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1904.
12 I.ODGING-HOTTSES FOR SASB — Oon. I A — CAMERON & CO. Phone South 1050. 3 Eddy, st., cor. 'Market and Powell. Headquarters for Rooming-houses. Hotels and . All. Kinds of Business Chances. « rooms; rent only $125; flrst-class location; well furnished and good running order: clear- ing now over $200 per month: always full; best buy in city; account sickness; price $4500. 32 roome: cheap rent: 2 years' lease; fine nowntown location; 2 entrances; everything In nrst-class condition; good furniture and car- Pets; clearig now $200 per month; if run tran- sient can clear $300 to $350 per month; here is best proposition in city; price $3200. 7 r r 22^S moi lern flat, close In, well furnished; cost $600; at bargain if sold at once; $300. . 65 rooms; best downtown commercial house In city; clearing now $'500 per month: every-; thing flrst-class condition; will trade for Oak- land. Alameda cr Berkeley property or ranch In California; must leave city. 17 rooms; rent orfly $70: flne little apartment house; sickness; must sell; snap: $700. 128 rooms, cheap rent: long lease; flrst-class. up-to-date downtown house; well furnished; clearing $300 to $600 per month; must sell on account of other, business; only with us. 24 rooms: rent $145; new and elegantly fur- nished; oak and mahogany; flne proposition; good lease. >* ISO rooms; grand, new, modern apartment house; elegantly furnished and equipped; cheap rent; flne lease, paying $500 to $600 per month; close In; full nice people; bargain if taken at once; dissolution of partnership. 5 rooms and closets; East st.; rent only $18; good furniture and carpet": everything for housekeeping; 6 beds; cost J700; obliged to go to Germany; snap at $350. 90-room, new, modern 2 and 3 room apart- ' ment house; cheap rent; most elegantly equipped In city; 5 years' lease; every appoint- ment heart could wish; this little gem at bar- gain on account of sickness. 28 rooms; elegantly fur. family hotel on Nob Hill; doing flne business; will trade for large apartment house and pay cash difference. . 108 rooms,; cheap rent; new and elegantly furnished. Up-to-date rooming-house; has flne bar; can be run in conjunction If desired; rare chance for right parties; part cash, balance can be paid out of the hous»: other business interests demand immediate departure. . 18 rooms; rent only $75; well furnished little apartment house; reduced to $1250. I 126 rooms: rent only $4 per room; new and up-to-date house: all men; electric elevator, lights; long lease; clears $400 to $500, per month; one of the beet buys In the city. 14 rooms: rent only $57; oak furniture; good carpets; part cash, balance time; price $900. 105 rooms; cheap rent: flrst-class, up-to-date commercial house; clearing $350 to $400 per month; call for particulars. 75 room*; grand new building; elegantly fur- nished; cheap rent; 10 years' lease; close In: clears $400 per month: J400O down, balance 8 per cent per annum; departure. 7-room flat; rent $40: oak furniture; good carpets: sickness; price $350. Large list of real estate, rooming-houses and business for exchangn or trade always on hand. CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st. LODGING house for rent, 43 rooms. 8 bathe; near Sutter and Hyde. Address for particu- lars; only principals need apply. Box 1965, Call offlce. SPIjBITTTAIiIBM. MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS, materializing se- ance Wednesday eve., 50c. 32S Ellis st. MME. YOUNG'S writing circle to-day, 1 p. m., 25c: private readings dally. 619 McAllister. W. G. KEEGAN holds test seances every night except Sat.: 10c; sit. 10 to 5. 148 Sixth st. MME. YOUNG'S convincing test circle to-night, 10c; 619 McAllister st.; readings daily. Mrs. E. M. Miller, automatic slate-writing, heal- Ing. developing. 2690 Mission; tel. Church 2043. MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, business medium and life reader. 12O0 Market St.. Gait House. OLAraTOYAHTS. AA — Call at once and save $4. My famous $5 readings this week for $1. PAUL DESTINE, The First Registered Trance Clairvoyant and Palmist Ever In San Francisco. I do hereby solemnly agree and guarantee to make no charge if I fail to tell your name, and what you want to know. I tell if husband, wife or sweetheart Is true or false, whom and when you will marry; In fact, I will tell every hope, fear or-ambltlon better than you can tell your- self. I will Improve your condition eo you will reach the greatest possible strength In mental und bodily vigor, and luck that Insures success In business, mining, speculation; I Implant the controlling power in your nature so you can fascinate any one you desire, win the one you love, bring back your loved one, and cause marriage with one. of choice. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.; closed Sunday. 326 O'Farrell St., 326. MME. M. BERNARD. THE FAMOUS Clairvoyant and business medium, perma- nently located at 17 Third at., next Examiner bldg.; she reads your life correctly, gives an accurate description of the past, reveals the present happenings and portrays events to occur In the future; If you are In trouble, discontented or not satisfied with life, or have domestic, love or business troubles, con- sult this great medium and you will be to]d how to overcome them; valuable advice In all affairs of life; 25c up; satisfaction guar- anteed: open Sundays. Tel. Black 4569. FROM~ALtT SECTIONS~THE Y "COME TO" wTt- NESS THE WONDERFUL DEMONSTRA- TIONS OF THE NOTED LIVINGSTONE. Readings $1. Would It not be relief to know how you will succeed, be relieved of matters that trouble you and of schemes of your ene- mies, that you may meet with better success? Then for reliable reading go to Livingstone, 428 Eddy St.; three separate reception par- lors; lady attendants; hours 10 a. m. 8 p. m. ISMAR, Egyptian seeress. The Vendome. 1104 Market st.. San Francisco. Offlce hours — 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sundays, 10 to 12; Wednes- day evening. 6 to 8. Phone South 1141. A— Miss M. Wllle, 330 Ellis, clairvoyant crys- tal seer and life reader, will tell you exactly what you called for without asking a ques- tlon; names given: special. $1; hours 10 to H. Mrs.A.H.Kronenberg. palmist, clatrvoyant.card reader: when others fall try me;good readings 25c. 721 Franklln.nr.a.G.ave*.Tel. Larkln 4207. A — Mme. Ravenna reads life; business advice; names given :25c up. 835 Howard.bet.4th&5th. MME. ODELL returned: clairvoyant/card read- er; tea leaves; 25c up.' Lower flat, 220 Eddy. GO and see Mme. Hoffman, the wonder of the age 1207 Market at., room 11. MISS WARD, clairvoyant: gives names, dates. facts; readings dally. 917 Market, room 3. MRS. BAUMANN the well-known fortune- teller. Is now -at 317 Ellis st. JCABPET BEATMTQ AMD CLE ANIN Q. COMPRESSED Air and Vacuum Process now universally used for cleaning carpets on floor without removal: carpets and rugs are also cleaned by compressed air at shop; prices moderate. S. F. Compressed Air Cleaning Co.. 30S Market St.; phones Main 152 and Bush 479. . • WHEN you become disgusted with your work s*nd for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- lng works. 355-357 Tehama at. Tel. South 40. MITCHELL'S. -240~ Fourteenth st.— Flrst-class carpet cleaning 3c yard. Tel. Mission 74. WESTERN Carpet Cleaning Works, 1809 Har- riton St.; Al cleaning; 3c. Tel. Mission 225. CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet- Beating Works. 333 Golden Gate ave. Telephone East 126. HOPKE BROS.; excellent carpet beating; mat- tresaea made over. 1432 Howard ;tel. South 216. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co., 402 Sutter sC; tel. Main 394. GEO.WALCOM & CO. 4 Props. RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices reasonable. 1703 Harrison St.; tel.Mlsslon 263. j CLOTHING BENOVATINO. SUITS cleaned and pressed. $1; scouring and dyeing. Ron Marche, 40 Ellis st., room 14; phone Drumm 44. Call for and deliver free. BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made; city or country.' Pacific Collection Co., 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10; .tel. Main 6580. . ; CURES BUFTTTBE. . HUNTER'S positive Rupture Holders, $10; no discomfort. 1206 Market st. ; send for circular. DBESSMAKEBS Airp SEAMSTRESSES. FIRST-CLASS artist. Just from the East, wish- ing to establish her business, will make any style of gown for the. next 30 days for $3 to $10; work and fit guaranteed; bring work and be convinced. 723 McAllister st. McDOWELL Dressmaking & Millinery School- Patterns cut to measure; eve, class, 1019 Mkt, Accordion, sunburst and knlfe-plalting. I Stew- art s button & buttonhole factory, 110 Taylor. EMPLOYMENT VTASTED—- Mai*— Con. PRESENT~mpl^yerrVant Portion "book- keeper or cashier for & tried, trusty, capable and thoroughly honest man; consolidation or two firms necessitates his resignation, wh.cti present employers accept unwillingly and re- gretfully. Box 2S13. Call offlce. WANT permanent work with a wholesale firm to do delivering and shipping: g->t first- class rig; will work either by the mark or so much per month: will drive my own team. Box 2343. Call offlce. GARDENER, first class In all branches of gardening, competent to take charge of gen- tleman's ground*, wishes situation on private place; references. Address W. N.. box 2217. Call offlce. • LOCOMOTIVE boiler-maker would like fore- man position In railroad shop; belong to no union; experience as a foreman and manu- facturer 35 years. Box 2323. Call offlce. AN elderly man with references, very reliable, wishes position as elevator runner or watch- man; speaks EmrMsh. French and German. Box 2320. Call office. INTELLIGENT, refined young man would like position of trust; will give reasonable bond If necessary; state particulars. Box 2441. - Call office. ACCOUNTANT, young man 21. with college education, wishes position In offlce; has good references; moderate salary. Address box 2296. Call office. j NURSE (male) wlshe* case; eight y«ar«* hos- ! pltal experience; thoroughly understands I work and can suoply flrst-class references: I manage; willing to travel. Box 1768. Call. JEWELRY salesman, thorough knowledge ef the business, wants position; references fur- nished. Box 2421. Call offlce. YOUNG man would like position m porter or Janitor: references. Address 632 Mission St., room 6. STRONG young man (German), willing to work, can handle horses, wants position; country preferred. Box 22S6. Call offlce. YOUNG men (two), ambitious, wish positions with a chance of advancement: no objection to leaving the city. Box 22S4. Call offlce. A FIRST-CLASS general machinist with 20 years' experience wants steady position; city or country. C. S., Box 2361. Call efflee. TO tailors — Flrst-class Swedish cutter, age 39 years, of practical experience, seeks situation. Box 2443. Call office. YOUNG man desires position as cashier with $150 for security. Address 315 Fourth st., San Francisco, Cal. EXPERT mechanic, tool designer, etc; 10 years in charge; high-grade Eastern refer- ences*. Box 1951, Call offlce. A SALESMAN desires position with good firm; references and bond. Box 194O. Call offlce. Painter, paper-hanger, slgnwrtter, wants work; tools fur. 1272 Folsom St.; phone Mint 131. A FIRST-CLASS Chinese cook wants position In family or boarding-house. T. J., 1002 Du- pont st/ A CHINESE schoolboy wants to clean offlce or c«x>k for small family. Address Y. S.. 900 Clay st. CHINESE good cook desires a place In family; city references. Box 2709. Call; phone China 146, between 10 and 12 a. m. JAPANESE faithful young man desires a placo as schoolboy or plain housework In good family; has experience. FRANK TASU, care Ide Co.. 207 Battery st., city. JAPANESE wants position aa nice waiter on table or -cook In family. J. N., tel. Scott 548, 1225 Devlsadero st. . A JAPANESE boy wants position to work In drug or Jewelry store. NAKAYAMA. 500 Bush st. JAPANESE flrst-class cook wants position In private family; have references. EMOTO, 110 Golden Gate ave. A JAPANESE boy wishes a position as an apprentice In a photographic studio; has much experience. T. M., 635 Jessie st. JAPANESE couple want places; man as cook: wife waiter: have references. 1206 San Pablo ave., Oakland. JAPANESE wants situation cleaning and dye- Ing cloth: with best experience. F. ODA- MURA. 418B Larkln st. JAPANESE would like to work one hour to get nice room near downtown. GEORGE, 432 Sutter st. A GOOD Japanese wants to do housework. S. NAGATA. 1908 Polk St.; phone Larkln 1017. A YOUNG Japanese 'boy wants position aa schoolboy. 1484 -Fulton St.; phone Page 4075. JAPANESE boy wants a position as school- boy. 639 Stevenson it., FRANK YUDA.TE. JAPANESE schoolboy wants a position to work; can do cooking. FUJI. 350 Jessie st. A BRANCH offlce of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at 1008 Market st.. opposite Fifth. Open until II P. tn. EXCHAKQB. I HAVE some nicely located lots In city will exchange for automobile. Address box 2212. Call offlce. VT: FLATS TO LET. AAA— HOUSE RENTING DEPARTMENT. All desirable vacant houses and flats are list- ed In our free renting department: over 1000 In number; a combined list from all agencies; let us give you a list and help you to find a place; we never fall; service free. STERLING FURNITURE CO.. 1030 market st.. opposite Mcaluster. A — HOUSES and flats to let; an Immense list: service absolutely free; ' take advantage of this department: it will save you time and trouble. Cordes Furniture Co.. 243-233 Geary st.. on the square. NOE, 1050— Beautiful new flat; sunny corner: 6 rooms and bath; all modern Improvements; convenient to Castro and 2tth-st. cars. CASTRO, 421. nr. 17th — Sunny belt; modern upper French sunny 11 rooms; balcony; grand view; cpnv. for 2 families: $40; stable. BUSH, 1200*4—4 rooms; rent $11. Apply 1207A Bush st : GROVE. 790— Modern middle flat; 6 rooms; bath; storeroom; adults. HARRISON, 828-»-Flne modern new flat of « rooms; reasonable to responsible party. LAKE, 742— New 6-room flat; rent $25; ma- rine view. OAK. 332— Flat, 5 rooms and baths; large basement. $25 — NEW sunny 6 rooms: all modern; no car fare. Leroy place, Sacramento and Jones. FLAT of 4 rooms, bath, cellar and yard. S24 Waller st. GROVE. 700— Modern middle flat; 6 rooms; bath; 'storeroom: adults. ' SCOTT 805 7 rooms with bath and laundry; all light; close to Girls' High School • FREDERICK. 367— Seven large sunny rooms and bath; desirable residence district; $30. FII.LMORE 1124. corner— 7 large, light rooms and bath;' modern; rent $10. FREDERICK. 2S4, nr. Park panhandle — Fine light sunny flat: 7 rooms; rent only $38. MODERN upper flat of 4 rooms at 979 Sanchez street. ¦ . BRODERICK, near Sutter— Elegant new mod- ern flats; key lot;' abundance sun and light. BUSH 2351. near Pierce — Elegant modern flat: every room sunny; 2 toilets; gas, electricity. NEW elegant flats. 6 rooms, bath; near Park; [ tinted; $23. B st. and Fourth ave. : MASONIC .ave.. 1304A. near Waller st. — A modern fiat of 7 sunny rooms; rent $30. LARGEST list of houses and flats to let. Call on LYON & HOAG. 116 Montgomery st. A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call, 16 pigm. In wrapper, for mailing. ¦<! per vear FiJATS^TO^ET^-jgrByisamD HAIGHT. 1298. Buena Vista, cor. Central ave. — Elegantly furnished flats; also unfurnished; ! house has all conveniences and la situated la ! select neighborhood. HYDE. 731— Beautifully furnished, modern flat 7 rooms; piano, phone; rent $50; 2 to 4 p. m. GEARY. 2103 — Cozy flat: newly furnished; rent $35: or will sell: $300. FIATS FOB SALE — rtTRITISJCEP. NEWLY furnished 7-room flat, used 6 months; roomers pay expenses. Phone Fell 1237; no agents. . • . . • ,¦ , 7-ROOM tUt. furnished, for sale; rent $37 30. Box 1974. Call offlce. 1 NEW furniture of 6-room flat complete for sale. Box 2274, Call office. * A — CAMERON & CO. Phone South 1050. 3 Bddy St., cor. Market and Powell. Headquarters for all kinds of business chances. FOR sale — Well furnished 5-room ark. moored one hour's ride froir city; fine chance for summer outing; also for winter shooting and fishing; completely furnished and equipped for housekeeping; automatic generator for making own gas; toilets: closets: everything strictly new and modern; accommodate 12 people over night; perfect little home; owner obliged to go East; make offer. CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st. FOR sale or trade — Quartz mine; fine prospect; located In Cal.; assays $40 to $70 ton; trade for rmg.-hs. or business. CAMERON. 3 Eddy. WANTED — To exchange Income property In Alameda for stock of merchandise In S. F. ; value about $80<K). CAMERON & CO., 3 Eddy. FOR gale — Carriage and wagon factory and general Jobbing; established 27 years; well located and equipped with modern tools, etc.; full Investigation and trial given; retiring from business. CAMERON & CO., 3 Eddy. EXCHANGES made In all kind* of real estate, rooming-houses and business chances. CAM- ERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st. FOR exchange— Lot. 25x125, with cottage. East Oakland; high basement, cement slde- walks t every thing flrst-class; on direct car line: for rooming-house, S. F.; value $2000. CAMERON & CO.. 3 Eddy st. FOR sale — First-class electrician and lock- smith business; bona flde proposition; good reasons for selling. CAMERON & CO. QUIET home wanted In refined private family, with board, for married lady and 14-year-old son; 2 rooms, one smaller; between Van Ness, Taylor, Market and Sutter; state terms; ref- erences. Manager, room 6, 405 Montgom- ery at. ¦ $350 — WILL secure a lifelong position and In- come of $90 guaranteed; experience unneces- sary, but party must furnish references; present Income can easily be doubled with close attention to duty. Particulars 1007*4 Market st., room 1. J I HAVE an Investment In the manufacturing line; must leave city; will sacrifice for $1000; big value. Box 2453, Call. ACTIVE young man wanted; steady place; will pay $90 to each per month; cash capital required. $250. 632 Market st, room 6. FOR sale or lease, a hotel In one of the best towns on the Sacramento River. For par- ticulars address box 19S8. Call offlce. GROCERY and bar in manufacturing district for sale: full stock": good bar and grocery trade. Box 2273. Call offlce. FOR SALE! — Restaurant In good locality on Sixth St.; price $350; rent $16; good trade. Address box 2300, Call offlce. CORNER grocery; bar; fine fixtures; long lease; low rent; doing good business; bar- caln if sold In few days. D., 3153 24th st. $1300 BUYS the best saloon in town of 2000 inhabitants:, don't buy until you see this. California Investment Co., 777*4 Market st. Established hardware and paint store In buey location, San Francisco: small capital. Call or address Owner, 971 Broadway, Oakland. ' FOR sale — A large bakery In country: clears $400 a month; must be sold on account going out of business.. Address box S137, Call. $350— BERRY and delicacy store with living rooms. 379 Hay*s st. ' HOME bakery for sale. 1550 Church st. OLD established cigar, sta. and notion; living rooms; will bear Investigation. 110 7th st. WANTED — To lease small hotel, furnished. In country. Box 225C. Call offlce. FOR SALE — In Oakland, a grocery store, do- ing good business. Box 1971. Call offlce. COAL yard for sale In Oakland: good location; good trade. Box 1998. Call offlce. ' " ¦ FOR calc — Corner saloon, with lease; best busi- ness street south of Market. Inquire 159 4th. LODGIlTCr-HOUSES FOB SALE. HEADQUARTERS FOR LODGING-HOUSES. H. C. DECKER, 906 MARKET ST., PHONE JOHN 631. ESTABLISHED IN 1S77— IN THIS CITY. I SELL ONLY BARGAINS. 18 rooms; splendid boardlng-honse $1600 8 rooms; flat; newly furnished ..$500 16 rooms; fine transient house $S0O 27 rooms; Swell boa rdlng-houser reduced. .$3000 17 rooms; part housekeeping; a snap $500 10 rooms; sunny side; north of Market.. $673 15 rooms; downtown transient corner $1350 30 rooms; exchange for small house $3000 14 roome; must be sold $000 II rooms; pickup; fine location $450 20 rooms; rent $85; a bargain $900 31 rooms; Mission st $1850 12 rooms; $200 cash, balance payments... $700 22 rooms: a money-maker; now $750 20 rooms: near Market st.; a snap $1000 7 rooms; nice home $400 21 rooms; compelled to sell; see It $1000 8 rooms; modern flat; $20 rent $400 24 rooms; fine location; good Income $1300 15 rooms ; north of Market $350 1« rooms; elegantly furnished; only $1200 64 rooms; exchange for email house $4500 16 rooms: newly furnished $1250 46 rooms; new house; yours for $1800 6 rooms; nicely furnished; only $250 14 rooms; Geary st. ; good buy $000 16 rooms; up-to-date; with piano $1500 5 rooms; elegantly furnished $300 51 rooms-; modern apartment-house. .. .'...$7500 31 rooms; Market st.; for exchange $3000 110 rooms; house clears $000; offer wanted. 100 houses with 6 to 300 rooms; all prices. 20 ROOMS DOWNTOWN— RENT $40. CLEARS $100 PER MONTH. PRICE ONLY $S0O— MUST SELL. H. C. DECKER. 9C0 Market st. Tel. John 531. 90-ROOM NEW HOUSE: NEW FURNI- TURE; CHEAP RENT; MUST SELL. DECKER. 006 Market st. MARION GRIFFIN. 406 Hearst bldg.. over Examiner entrance. Cor. Third and Market sts. Tel. Black. 3607. Rooming-houses and hotels for sale. 19 rooms new and beautifully furnished, nearly new house; if you want a nice home and good paying business at almost your own price lnvestlKate at once. MARION GRIFFIN. 14, rooms; corner house; excellent location: always full of steady roomers; SSOO cash Is all you need; »ee MARION GRIFFIN. Extra fine; 103-room modern apartment- house; lone lease and lowest rental of any similar house In city; guaranteed to olear over $300 per month the year around; If.yqu are looking for an Investment for the greatest re- turn on amount Invested, for full particulars see my only agent, MARION GRIFFIN. 40-room hotel; located In heart of the city's fashionable neighborhood; money maker and de- sirable home; get particulars from M. Griffin. 02 rooms; corner house; every room occupied; $175 monthly profit; leaae; price $4000; % cash. $850 buys, this week only, 15-room house, centrally located, well furn. and worth $1500. $1100; 19 rooms, newly furniehed. and all the cash required Is $300. MARION GRIFFIN..' $800 Is all I'm asking for my 20-room house; well furnished; absolutely worth double this amount arid clearing now, the dull season of the year, $76 per month. Buyers, If you do not see what you are look- Ing for on this list, call at offlce; no trouble to give Information; 1000 places to select from MARION GRIFFIN. THIRTY rooms, nicely furnished, lease.. $3500 26 rooms, all men roomers, low rent.... 1000 115 room*, low rent, country transient. 5D00 21 rooms, rent only $55 500 40 rooms, rent $70. transient 1600 ' 81 rooms, rent $3 per room : ; 3100 Hotels and roadhouses and all kinds of bust- ness sold and exchanced. Money to loan on furniture at low rates. EITEL & CARROLL. 212 Kearny st. MITCHELL & CO~ r ~"T 1206 Market st. Phone Jessie 2981 . Rooming-houses, hotels and flats; will sell any house; part :a»h, balance easy payments. 16-ROOM house; rent $45; lease; good bulld- ing; running water In every room;, always full; occupant six years; price reasonable. Box 1810. Call offlce. 7-ROOM house, furnished, for sale; down town; good Income. Box 2211, Call offlce. < LODGING house for sale, 46 rooms; furniture in first-class order; bargain. Box 2268. Call. 24-ROOM housekeeping house; great bargain; account sickness. 743 Eddy st. 9 ROOMS; call at once; no reasonable otter refused. 212 Fifth at . SEVEN-ROOM transient house for sale. 131 Taylor st. 1 rrnurrnr&E fob haivf:. j — * — — ¦ YOU can buy $75 worth of furniture for $7 3STT down and $1 50 per week. T. Brilliant'*) Furniture Co.. 340 Post st.. near Powell. i GOING East: will sell all or part of fumlturej call at once. 1224 Park ave.. Alameda. Anderson Auction House. 10 Turk, nr. Market, furnishes, everything for the house;low price*. FURNITURE stoves bought, sold, exchanged. Barger. 439 Valencia.nr.16th.Tel. Church 337». FTJBNITTJXE WASTED. ABE LEVY. — ~~ Salesroom. 1135 Market st. Te!. Jessie 781. Don't sell your furniture, carpets 1 , office fur- • niture. etc.. until you get hla estlmata WANTED — Carpets; must be In good condition. Address box 2213. Call office. CHAS. LEVY A CO. pay highest price for fu^ '-. nltur^.carpets.etc. 7*>2 Hlii«;on: tel. Bush 413.' HEliP WAXJT2D — FEMALE. WANTED — Two cooks, no washing. $10: general housework. Redwood <:ity. J.T5; Protestant chambermaid and look after children for or- phanage. 125: cock, small country hotel, $35; '1 waitresses, J25; chambermaid and ls,un-« dress, country hotel. $25; ironer for springs. $25; 2 cliamberinalds and waitresses, country hotel. $23; 4 cooks, German style. J30; Ger- man or French cook. $40; 2 second girls 120 - and $25; 2 cooks for delicatessen. $25 and 130; 2 restaurant waitresses. $4 per week: IS girls 1 for general housework In city and country. $20. $25 and $30. J. F. CROSETT A CO., 334 Sutter St. A SECOND girl for Santa Cms. $23; cook. $40} cock and second girl, same house, $35 ani . $23; a woman for light work, $13; woman to cook, rleep home. $20; woman to ear* for one child, sleep home, $20: 4 housework girls $30 each, cook, one In family, $30; secon4 girl. $25. MRS. NORTON. 313 SutUT at. A — WANTED — Girls to learn halrdresstng, manicuring, etc. ; trade taught from A to 3 ¦ In 2 weeks: tuition $5 to those entering now; three positions to fill Immediately; positions) guaranteed at $10 per week up; leading school In West. 233 Geary st.. room 13. A — GIRLS to learn millinery now for fall ee»« son; both seasons taught from start to flntsti In one month for $15; positions a« trimmers, salesladies, etc., guaranteed at $1O per wtcup; day and evening class. 14.1 Stockton St.. r. 13. Halrdressing. manicuring, massage, scalp treat* ment, hulr work, removal superfluous hair. 15 3 wks. ; day. eve. class: positions gecured. highest T7ages. Removed from 123H Mkt. to 133 Powell. WANTED — An office girl with good English education and must have had some expert-* enee In stenography, typewriting and book- keeping; wages $4 per week; references re- quired. Address In own handwriting, hex 2455, Call offlce. EXPERIENCED OPERATOR OV WHEEEET* A WILSON BUTTONHOLE MACtnNH. STANDARD FACTORY. COR. OOUOH AND GROVE STS. EVF-PTKrENCKD OPERATORS ON TANCT SHIRTS. STANDARD FACTORT. COR. GOUGH AND GROVE STS. WANTED — Erper1en(?ed saleslady for rfbtoon department. Apply MARKS BROS.. 122O Market st. GIRL for light housework: $10. 919 Z it., be- tween Tenth and Eleventh aves.. Sunset District. 6 LADY barbers 'wanted: guarante* $15 par week. COLEMAN'S, Mutual Bank build- Ing, room 806. GERMAN girl for upstairs work and waiting on table. 002 Eddy st. ; ca!l between 10 and 12 o'clock. YOUNG girl assist care ef children tn day time. 1973 Vallejo. Wednesday 2 to 4. GIRLS wnnted — To make 3-pr>tmd grap* bas- kets. Capitol Basket Co.. 43O Fifth, st. STRONG girl for general housework; $23: country. Call offlce. 81 Flood building. WANTED — Napkin washer; man or woman. 612 Kearny st. WAXTED — Girl to assist In general house- work. 1417 Buchanan st. MIDDLE-AGED single woman t» help la eof- fee- house. Apply 31 *a Eighth st. YOUNG lady wanted for offlce work; state j salary expected. Box 2137. Call offlce. WANTED — A girl for general housework and cooking. Apply between 10 and 12 at 2221 Pacific ave. TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at Chutes, 6 p. m., Wednesday; salary no object. A PROFITABLE outing; pick hops In Augrot.. Write E. Clemens Horst. 122 Battery st..3.F. A BRANCH offlce of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at IOCS Market st.. opposite- Fifth. Open until 11 p. m. HELP WANTED — MALE. AT THE^Ti^o1iNlV^MpT~AQENCX 14 3d St.. near Call bldff. ; phone Bush 405. EAST. Free fare. Tree fare. ~ 23 butchers $3 50 day and found" 25 skinners $3 6O day and found _ 25 killers $5 day and found See boss here — Free fare — See bos* her*. ¦ . 2 machinists, steady, lumber co. ...$63 fount! 6 machinists, free fare, boss here.. $3 50 day 4 bollermakers. free fare, boss here. $5 50 day Lumber grader, fare paid |3 day 10 lumber pilers. steady J4O and found 10 yard and mill men $30 to $63 found ARIZONA. ARIZONA. Fare $10 60. FLORENCE. $10 60 fare, 100 teamsters and laborers $2 to $3 day & men to make shake bolts.$l 60 to $1 75 cord Man to run shakes machine. . .$50 to $70 fd 2 carpenters, 8 hours, country town. .$4 day Plasterer, city $3 day Laborer to help plasterer, city $3 50 day Milker. 25c fare $35 and found; CAL. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 14 Third at. ' AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.S...Emp t Agent*. 429 Bush st 642 Clay »U FOR HUMBOLDT CO.— NEW TUNNEL. STEAMER SAILS TO-DAY. 20 muckers, no discount $2 a d*T 0 corner men. same place $2 73 Teamsters. Southern California $2 Pick and shovel men. Shasta Co. $2 23 Woodsmen, Shasta County ....$2 25 Laborers, foundry, city .11 75 Man for private place, city $25*-. Head laundryman, gocd wages. Head laundryman. Institution, city. Chef, flrst-class hotel $W Second cook, resort $60". Cook, restaurant, short distance ....$30 n German beer tapper $10 Cooks, waiters, porters, bellboys, city and country. $15 to $60. C. R. HANSEN 4; CO. . .Employment Agents. 420 Bush st 842 Pay st. A— PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCT. F. M. GUNN — 638 Commercial st. Phone Main 1191 — 5 doors oft Kearny. FREE FARE— EAST— FREE FARB. Butchers, $3 day and found: machinists and firemen. $3 5O day and found: other help. $2 50 day and found; ship to-night and sea " parties here. - — ARIZONA. : ; CO teamsters. $60; laborers. $r*0; fare $10 5i>. SALT LAKE R. R. 65 teamsters. $00, fare $4 CO. ! ;'->[ 2 harnessmakers. city, $3 50 day. 3 saddlemakers, city. $3 50 day. "-'-1AU Stablemen. $30 and found; 3 waiters. $$9, and found; porter, restaurant. $3 week. — — Andrew Larsen. the porter, please call; rvtA'fl A— AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT BUREAU/ -~~ 642 Commercial st., near Keaniy. ' f Phone Bush 833. JOHN L. DRECHSLER. | 5 mere carpent»ra. company work, north. tSOTTT and Sound : "J carpenters. $3 23 day; 20 labcxr«, ers. pipe line. $2 25 to $2 30 day; 10 roust- .. abouts, telephone and pipe line. $43 ani q found; cook and helper, camp, $85 and found; cook, camp, $03 and found; 10 laborers, new - work. $1 50 to $1 75 day. -.a;« TEAMSTER for lumber co.. $2 75 day; wood. chopper. $2 5O cord, tools furnished; 2 woods"--. men; $40 and board, fare refunded: scre-w turner for mill. $60 and board; laborer tarTZ mine: Jobbing blacksmith, $2 50 day; black-, ' smith helper. $2 day; 2 farmers and wlve£l__ $35 and $50 and found ; farmers, cooks. ~ ¦, waiters, dishwashers and others. J. F.- CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. AT HORD & SMITH'S. Contractors' Agents. 93 Third st," Teamster, city, $2 50. Laborers for Monterey County. $2 23. This Job will last all summer. Florence, Ariz., laborers $2. 1050 miles, fare $10 60.' Laborers for quarry, near city. $1 75. ANDRE'S office. 317 Stockton st.— Third eoe* ' hotel, country. $50; cook, small co«ntrr ' hotel. $40; cook, plain hotel, country. ¦$«>* dishwasher for confectionery, $25; machW»" dishwasher, £iO; young barkeeper |60;^WaaZ" man for nursery. ?23. 333018 . A^t° TE V G ;> Z ETTE. 26 Montgomery, it -tX 1 Porter, family hotel. $25. - • r -^- _____BEWTISTS. A NEW plate — The Whalebone — Cannot break: warranted 20 yrs.: crown, $3 50; fillings, 50c; plate«, $5; full set; all work painless and warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth. DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market.nr.Eleventh — No charge for extracting when plates are made; old plates made over like new: teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given. DR. KNOX. dentist, now located at the Grand building, 1005 Market St.. room 203; all flrst- class dentistry at low prices. Paris Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor. Bush — Set teeth. $1 50 up; Crowns,$2 up; fllllngs.25c. AL.L work guaranteed by the New York den- tlsta Dr. Perking. Mgr.. 068 Mission, cor. 6th ARTHUR CH1SHOLM. surgeon-dentlst.r.14. 1st floor. Phelan bid.. 800 Market, cor. O'Farrell. GOLD fllllncs. 75c: silver. 35c; crowns, $2; no pain; open Sundays. Dr.O.B.Hewltt.204 Suttr. EDUCATIONAI-. A BIGGER school than ever. On June 1 we moved to new fireproof building. 738 Mission St., between Third and Fourth; more space; finer rooms; better light ; finest in the West; come and see. S. F. BUSINESS COLLEGE. E. R. AYRES. founder and manager of Ayres Business College for 14 years, has returned to take active management. Combined course, $5 a month: life scholarship. $50. Day, evening. Bancroft bldg.. 723 Market st. A — The LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory school for university, law and medical col- leges; refs,. President Jcrdan or any Stanford profesror; day, evening sessions. Phelan bdg. A — THE Paul Gerson School of Acting gives more performances and secures more engage- ments for students than all other Western schools; special summer course. 414 Mason. A— METROPOLITAN Business College, Gram- mar and High School. C02 Van Ness ave. : as- sists to employment; free use typewriters at homes. "R. H. WEBSTER, ex-supt.. Pres. COACHING arithmetic a specialty; $1 25 per week; competent instructor; life diploma. MRS. M. K. SMITH, 8B Pine place, off Pine st., near Mason. A— CHICAGO BUSINESS COLLEGE.1435 Mar- ket, guarantees positions to graduates; Pit- man shorthand, typing, bookkeeping; $8 mo. DANCING — Adults. Mon. and Frl. evgs.; Juve- nllee. Sat. 2 to 5; priv. lessons dally. Find- lay's Hall. 17th, bet. Valencia and Guerrero. ENGINEERING— Civil, elec, min.mech.. sur- vey, assay, cyanide; day. ev. ; est. 1864. Van der Nalllen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall. ISAAC Pitman Business College. 345 Haight: Individual Instruc.; all branches; day; eve. WESTERN Business College, 1107 Mkt., com- plete course, 6 mo. $30. eve. $< mo.; private. CALIFORNIA Business College, 925 Golden Gate ave.. S. F. : 75-page catalog or reiuest. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. _ A — JAPANESE and Chinese employment office supplies best help promptly; city or country. • S. IMURA, 830 Sacramento. Tel. James 5261. A — ORPHETJM Employment' Office — Japanese- Chinese help. 420 Powell et.; tel. Main 5752. CHINESE Employment Office — Best help at Leon Seiing's. 411*4 O'Farrell: tel. East 426. JAPANESE-Chlnese Emp. Office. 415 Stockton; best help. Fritz Tamagakl. mgr. ;tel. Bush 859. RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of- fice; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 51SS. CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years. Tel. Main 1007. BRADLEY & CO.. 640 Clay. EMPLOYMEKT WAWTIiD— rEMAlE. A GERMAN woman wishes work by the day. MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter st. ; tel. Grant 178. A GERMAN woman with a child, good cook and housekeeper. MRS. NORTON, 313 Sutter. A — YOUNG woman wants position, housework, country. 324 Mason St.; phone Black 2396. A — GOOD ranch cook wants cooking .for rr*n. country. 324 Mason St.; phone Black 239tS A TRUSTWORTHY woman, good worker, de- sires a few more engagements by the day; ' washing and housecleaning. Box 15G3, 1008 Market st. COMPETENT German woman wants washing and Ironing by the day. Call 1203 Vallejo St.; no postals. EASTERN girl wishes position to do general housework and assist In cooking. Phone Church 067. • MIDDLE-AGED German woman wants position for general housework; speaks German only. 1048 Larkln st. RESPECTABLE woman wants place to do general housework In small family; good cook. 20 Eleventh st. SITUATION wanted by active elderly lady to do housekeeping for widower's family; city or country. 1578 Fifteenth st. A WOMAN wants work; laundry or cleaning; $1 25 day. Please call or address Laundry, 770 Folsom St.. near Fourth. REFINED girl wants position: $30 to $35 a month. 383S Eighteenth st. GERMAN girl wishes a place to work In bakery. 670 Fourth st. A SWEDISH girl wishes position as cook and some housework. Call 177 Perry st. A SWISS would like work by day house clean- Ing. Box 2454, Call office. A RESPECTABLE young American woman, with a small child, would assist with light housework for room and board; city only. Call 225 Douglass st., near Eighteenth. BOOKKEEPER, cashier; young lady, expert experienced accountant, would keep books evenings: typewriting, bills, statements, trial sheets. 4166 Seventeenth st. AN experienced nurse wishes engagements; eurgical or confinements; reference; reason- able; careful, economical. Call or address MRS. MERRITT. 127 Seventh st. A LAUNDRESS, etc.. wishes a few more half days' work; 75c and carfare. Address MRS. I>.. 14 Rlngold »t., between Eighth and Ninth, near Harrison. YOUNG lady (German) would like a situation as companion or to take care of children for parties going to Europe or East in exchange for expenses. Box 2223. Call office. AN American woman wishes position as nurse to care for young children; wages $25. Ad- dress E. S., C2 Sussex St., near Glen Park. FINNISH girl desires situation at general housework. Address 243 Steuart St.; tel. Red 26S6. COMPETENT German cook "wishes position In private family or boarding-house; wages $40. Box 2338. Call office. WANTED — Position by flrst-class bookkeeper; thoroughly competent: 7 years' experience; first-class references. Box 2224. Call office. A GOOD dressmaker wishes a few more en- gagements. Address Dressmaker, 1926 Mar- ket st. - A FIRST-CLASS laundress wants situation; hotel or residence; references. 843 Mission. HOUSEWORK by the day or week; $1 and carfare. Box 2324, Call of flee. ; WOMAN wants work by day;. phone after 6 p. m. Phone Scott 1324. ¦ POSITION wanted by experienced dressmaker's helper. 2223 Twenty-second st. JAPANESE girl wants a situation to do gen- eral housework and cooking; good family. , K. I., 639 Stevenson st. WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The Call at Eaton's Bazaar. 633 McAllister st. ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at - Call branch office, cor. Duncan and Church sts. EMPLOYMENT WANTED — MALE. ENGINEER wants position; has had 25 years' experience; can furnish best of reference: would take position as handy man arounJ machinery. Box 2321. Call office. MACHINIST, flrst-class, small work, wants Job or charge of machinery; city or other- wise; wages moderate. Address box 2458, Call office. GERMAN, sober, understands care of horses, garden, can milk, wants situation. Box 2-156, Call office. ; ' MAN. young, desires engagement; good at any kind of mechanical work; house or machinery repairs. Address box 2452, Call office. A YOUNG couple wishes position In hotel or some nice private place In exchange for room and board; city only. 023*4 Mission st. BOOKKEEPER — Responsible young man wants position as bookkeeper or any kind of work. Box 1266, Call office, Oakland. . ; MIDDLE-AGED' handy man wants work; pri- vate place. Address J. L. H.. box 2322. Call. STRONG boy, 18 years old, wants any kind of employment. 1011 Katoma st. POSITION wanted • as bookkeeper or proof- reader; no objection to leaving city. Box 2440, Call office. YOUNG man 'and wife wish positions; man good teamster a.nd handy man; wife good plain cook and housekeeper. - Box 2411, Call. ¦ KEETINO NOTICES — Continued. KNIGHTS of the Bed Branch will meet « THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, jf* Ku*lne*s of lmi>ortanec. t3<£ PRESIDENT. AGENTS WAHTED. AGENTS wanted to sell our high-grade nur- sery ctock: liberal commission: cash advanced en orders: outfit free; experience and capital not ntceosary M you have push and energy: a few choice fields still open; write before •srtxned. Chlco Nursery Co.. Chlco. Cal. AGENTS ha make >10 per day selling our novelty machines to farmers: send for cata- legue. THOS. FOOTE CO.. Lo« Angeles, Cal. _ ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. R. W. KINO. Attorney-at-Law, Exam, bldg.. ««h floor: entrance room 611; established 15 - y#mr»; all cases, general court and office practice; no fee tn advance or for consulta- tion; *venlns» by appointment. Tel. Red 3001. ADY1CB fr*» on all leral matters; divorces a »p»v-laltv; private, quick; no pay In advance; mlnins "companies or»>anlzed:patents obtained; vi. W. 1IOWR.J 122 Market »t.; estab. 22 yrs. rKNSlON atty.— M. HARRIS. 40 Ellis St.. 15 yro practice; refs. from many thousands of ».-".*•>:» sailors, widows and orphans on Pa- clflc Coast for whom I have secured pensions. PIVORCK— Costs. $12; quick, quiet; advice free: all law busln««a; no charge unless sue- ertaful; « pen evenings'. 927 Market, room 301. ADVICE free; divorce coets $12: no fees or cc»t» In advance; all law business; office cpen Saturday evenings. 819 Market st., r.33. ADVICE free: divorce costs $12: all cases. Room 46B. Parrott bldg.. S55 Market t. L. 8. CLARK. P27 Market «t.; consultation free; no fees In advance; open evenings. PATENTS and pensions— SONNTAG'S PAT- ENT I'ENSION AGCY.. 214 Pine. 6th floor. au-tomobii.es. BARGAIN— CADILLAC; seats four: canopy top; In fine condition. Box 2331, Call office. OLDSMOBILE for sale for $400. Box 1970, j Call office. WANTED — Rambler automobile. Address with price, etc.. bcx 18S7. Call office. FOR sale— White Steam Touring Car; good or- der; $1500. Box 22J5. Call office. ASTHMA REMEDY. A. Di Nola's Asthma Remedy relieves lnstant- ly: 10e. 35c 60c 1602 Market. St. Nicholas. BIRDS, BOOS, ETC. YOUNG parrots, guaranteed to talk, $5 each; largest variety dogs, bird£, cages, etc., at low prices. 1544-46 Market st. £ _J* OC :?^: DALY * CUHRAN, second-hand booksellers, removed Trom 206 Powell st.. to S87 Geary .t. BUSINESS CHANCES. A— $1600; CORNER saloon on Polk et.; rent $35; stock of $600 guaranteed; lease; best location; owner has to have an operation performed cause pf sale. See R. G. WILKE, -t>H Kearny st. A — $2eM>; CORNER grocery and bar; rent $40; the choicest location In the Mission; place established years and flrst-class paying; full value in sight. See R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st. A— $1750; GROCERY and bar; located in the best manufacturing town of San Mateo Co.; cash trade- rent $S0; 4 furnished rooms; lease. See R. G. WILKE. 26VJ Kearny st. A— $15,000; BARROOM; one of the best In this city; or owner will take a partner for $SO0O; this is a most beautiful and best located first-class paying place in this city. Par- tlculars R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st. A— $R500; CORNER saloon, establ. many years, and known to be one of the leading and first- class paying lag-er beer saloons of this city; fullest investigation solicited; a rare chance; lease. R. G. WILKE. 26% Kearny st. A— $1500; ROADHOLSE, with fine living and club rooms; piano, dance hall. 2 stables, etc.; . % well-advettispd and good-paying house. Call R. G. WILKE. 26H Kearny st. A— $6000; CORNER saloon. with 4 years' lease; about U block from Market and Ellis 6ts.; place doing a rushlnsr business; value in sight: owner must leave for the East. See R. G. WILKE, 26^ K-arny st. A— $450; BARKER shop; 3 chairs; established 5 years; best location on Geary st. : cheap rvnt. Particulars R. G. Wllke. 26*4 Kearny. A— fS50; CORNER saloon; rent $30; located about 1 blcck south of Market and Powell «ts.; a good business; owner engaged in other business cause of sale. Particulars R. G. WILKE. 2CU Kearny st. A— ?2u00; CORNER saloon with 4 years' lease in wholesale district; owner bought ranch and sacrifices; saloon established years; a first-class paying place. See R. G. WILKE. 26i£ Kearny st. < A— $1000; RARE chance, rare chance, rare chance: restaurant in Ban Rafael; dally re- ceiptr. *2Ti; rent $30; good business; value In sight; patronized by best class of people Se* R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st. A— *1000; SALOON In the Potrero, with 6 room«; rent $50; place established many years; goo.1 business; investigate: this is a rare chance. R. G. WILKE, 2614 Kearny st. A— $S0O; CORNER ealoon In wholesale district- rent $50; place doing a fine business- sur- rounded by wholesale houses; no nicht or gjnday work. R. G. WILKE, 26*4 Kearny. A— $4500: SALOON, located in Watsonvllle; rent $i" 60; 3 years" lease; a splendid chance; there are only 25 saloons allowed In the town. Particulars R. G. WILKE, 26 S Kearny st. A-J2500; LEADING hotel In the best business town 60 miles from city; 40 rooms; bar and <*.lning-room ; long lease; no better chance for hotel business in the interior Call R. G WILKE. 20*4 Kearny st. A— $5100; LIQUOR store with splendid bar trade; rent $30; 5 years' lease; value In sight; one of the best offers In Santa Cruz County. Particulars R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st. A— $2250; PARTNER wanted in one of the best paying corner saloons In this city d^ilr receipts about $40; place clears net above 53OO t>er month; location first-class See R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st. A-$ie00; SALOON, vicinity Market. Ellis and Stockton sts.; rent $150; lease; place estab- lished years; flrst-class business. Call R G WILKE, 2C*i Kearny st. A— $1700; HOTEL with bar. dining-room, kitchen and 30 rooms; piano, etc.; finest loca- tion across the bay. See R. G. WILKE 26 "A Kearny st. ' A— $3500— ELEGANT barroom, with mercan- tile lur.ch; on Montgomery st., vicinity of California: olace must be secriflced on 'ac- count of ill health of owner. See R. G WILKE. 2O»4 Kearny st. $300 — OYSTER and chop house; choice location- average daily receipts $27 50 now; fine pay- lng business. Merchants' Agency, 1008*4 Mkt. $1600— RESTAURANT, coffee and lunch rooms- established 13 years; run by same party 4 living rooms well furnished; rent $50- cause sickness. Merchants' Agency. 1008*4 Market. $350 BUYS a well-paying branch bakery and 7> e I Ir^-S'o* n .^ ore V^ e£lrabIe location. MER- CHANTS' AGENCY. 1008H Market st. GOOD paying bakery: fine store trade; for «i?rr^^L, a Brfiat "crlflce. HAWKS & MEHRTENE. 7th and R. R. ave.. Alameda. $100 WILL buy a good paylng~restaurant[ HAWKS & MEHRTENS. Seventh st. and Railroad ave.. Alameda. WANTED— If you have real estate Improved or unimproved, lodging-house, grocery sa- loon, butcher shop, delicatessen branch ba- kery, cigar stand, or a place of business of any kind for sale, list It with THE SEAL ROCK INVESTMENT CO.. 418-419 Callaghan building. 1312 Market St.; tel. Folsom 3468. $400— PARTNER, also partner inanufac. bus". $ :500 — Hotel and bar. iO rcoms. good ba'pa n $225- $3000— Restaurant and branch bakeries S850-JSC00— Saloon with lease; good bargain $S50-$5O00 — Grocery and bars; stand invest!** BERG & ARMSTRONG. 318 Kearny st. $400— RESTAURANT; factory dlst. ; longTease" Grocery and bar at Invoice; snap. $500— Grocery and Uquor store; good trade. Pacific Real Estate Co., 1015 Market st. CANDY, stationery. Icecream and variety busl- ness; growing town. Santa Clara County; fine location. Call on J. SEIDL & CO. 619 Bat- tery »t. BAKERY and lunch parlor; 2 wagons; 6 years' lease; baking over 1000 loaves dally; cash business $70 per day; $2000, halt cash, bal- ance in trade. Address box 1254. Call of flee. Oakland. ¦.:'*'.¦*' F °K "* l T A cood P*y' n S saloon, lunchhous* and bowling alley; proprietor goe« to Ger- many; no agent. Inquire at 38 Geary St., room 45. r ?. R w "J 1 *— Grocery and bar; 42 years estab- llshed In one place; doing a good business- also a 6 years' lease. Inquire 800 Filbert st. FOR sale— Cigar stand In best part of city downtown. Box 2704. Call office. A LITTLE WANT ADVEOTsmENT PLACED IN THES^ THE^CALL JOHN D. SPKECKELS Proprietor Address Communications to JOHN' McXAUGHT ;_• Manager \V. J. MARTIN* BuslnessJManssCT TELEPHONE. Ask for THE CALL. The Operator WWJ,©* 1 * nect You With the Department You A\i*n. Publication Office. .. .Market and Third. S..F. Editorial Rooms 217 to 221 Stevrnfon «t. Delivered hv Carrier. 20 Ct*. Ter Week. 75 Cts r>r" Month Single C<*plr«. » Jf 1 !:..,,, Terms by Mail Inc'udln*: Postage (.Cash V\ltn v»rder) : , c -^ DAILT CALL Onolud. Sunday). 1 >'" r "vJS DAILY CALL ilncluJ. Pun. 4 .»> >. « rr,OJ>.. «_w PAILY CALL— By Single Month „'"- Sf.VDAT CALU 1 Y«*r r rj WEEKLY CALL, 1 Year •- ui;i: rr>at:v $S M» Ter Year Extra FOREIGN ] Sunday ttlS Fer Ye«r Kxtra POSTAGE. [wemyl 1 00 PwTmtWW ALL POSTMASTERS ARE AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS, facsrle Ccpie« w;ll be forwarded when re- quested. . iUll «ibscrtber« in ordering charge o. aa- £re«* should be particular «© give both M^« AND OLD ADDRESS in order to »?* url * prompt and correct compliance wltn tneir r»- «u«t. OAKLAND OFFICE: :(»:« Broadway Telephone Main I0W BEKKELET OFFICE: S4« Outer Street Telephone Nortn 77 WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT: fAMUEL W. WALL Hotel Bartcm NEW YORK NEWS STANDS: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel; A. Brentano. SI Cnlea Square; Murray Hill Hotel; Flfth-are- cue Hotel and Hodman House. CHICAGO NEWS STANDS: Shertr.an House: P. O. News Co.: Great Northern Hotel; Tremcnt House; Auditorium Hotel; Palmer nousi. CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVH: C. GEORGE KROGNEPS-.Marquette Building <Long Distance Telephone. •Central 2619' ) NEW TORK REPRESENTATIVE: FTEPHEN B. SMITH 30 Tribune Building NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT: C. C. C ARLTON Herald Square BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco I ill. corner Marktt and Third streets: open until 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES: JOOS Market street, opposite Fifth; open until II p. BL F.27 Montgomery street, corner Clay; open until 9 :30 p. m. 3<X> Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. m. C33 McAllister street; Open until 9:30/p- m. PI5 Larkln street; cpen until 9:30 p. tn. 1941 Mission street; open until 10 p. m. ?2<n Market street, corner Sixteenth; open until 9 p. re. 1^0 Eleventh street: open until 9 p. m. 1<X* Valencia street; open until 9 p. m. Northeaet corner Church and Duncan streets; open until 9 p. m. Northwest corner Twenty-*econd and Ken- tuckv streets: open until 9 p m. T2T' F1!'mor» street: open until 9 p. m. MEETHTQ NOTICES. ASYLUM of Golden Gate Commandery , y— No. 16, K. T.. 025 Sutter st. — Offl- Ml cen= and members are hereby notified u to assemble In full uniform at the asylum to-day al 1 :30 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late Crater. Sir HENRY SMITH CROCKER. THEO FROLICH, Recorder. CALIFORNIA Charter of Rose Crolx il No. 7. A. and A. P. R.. <529 Sutter j £K — I ft. — Called meeting THIS (WED- <t£\~~^ NESDAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock. |H Eighteenth degr^e. Visiting breth- Kl ren eor»5ia!!v invited. I j CHAS. JELLINEK. Secretary. MOUNT~MORIAH LcdjTe" No. 44. F. 9 and A. M. — Called meeting THIS > vV 'WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7::;0/V\ o'clock. Third degree. THEO FROLICH. Secretary. CROCKETT Lodee No. 139. F. and ® A. M.— Third degree THIsVSf (WEDNESDAY) evening at 7:30/^S o'clock. By order of the W. M. R. H. McPHERSON. S^retary. MISSION Lodgo No. l«5t»rF.~and~A7M.~B —Special mating THIS (WEDXES- vV' PAY) EVENING at 7:.J0 o'clock i^/\ Second, degree. R. E. ALLAN. Sec. NATIONAL Union. I'lilll 11 iiii M|i», , cla Council, meets TO- NIGHT at Pioneer Hall. "~ ' r^fr Fourth ft., at 6 o'clock. Visiting friends cordially lnvlt?d; Initiation. By order C. BENDEL, President. C. EL VAN ORDEN, Secretary. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY, office of f-ecretary. N«w York, June 15. 1904. Notice to ftockholderu. To the. Stockholders of Southern Pacific Ccrrpar.y: Notice is hereby given that the board of directors of the Southern Pacific Company ft a meeting this day held called a special meeting cf the stockholders cf said company to convene at the office of the company 1b Bwchmpnt, Jefferson County. Kentucky, on Wednesday, the twentieth day cf July, 1904. et 11 o'clock a. m.. standard time, to consider »r,d act u-cn resolutions to be brought before tr^m at said meeting in substantially the form tnd *.o the effect following, vir: •Resolved (1). that the capital stock of the Fc-jThern Pacific Company be increased one liundrtd million dollars by Issuing one million p<iijitional shares of the par value of one hun- t-T(& (Jollars each." '•Revived (2). that the said Increased stock ; ;:a:i be preferred stock; that the holders of »uch preferred stock shall be entitled to dlvl- •i<nds in each fiscal year at such rate not ex- .f*dins seven per cer.t per annum.' payable ttr.:i-annuai:y out of the net profits aa shall I ~ declared by the board of directors before 1 r.y dividend ehall be declared on the common t-rclc; that such dividends shall be non-cumu .Ht.ve; that the holders of such preferred stock ...i.11 not by virtue thereof be entitled to anr r-.her cr further ehare of the profits of the ¦ -npany; ihat. upon the dissolution of the «.rrpa3y. voluntarily or otherwise, the holders i! preferred stock shall be entitled to have ;h»\r shares redeemed at par before aay di» tributicn of any part of the assets of the com - ;jary shall be made to the h&loers of the com ni'-n flock; that raid preferred stock shall h» Ismed and sold from time to time to such smcuntb and In such manner as the board of directors may authorize and determine but et not less than the par value of the shared- that it fha',1 bt convertible into common stock* »hsre for ehare. at the option of the holder*! st any time; and shall be redeemable at the option of the company on or at any time aft.Z the Cist day of July, 1905, and before the flrit day of July. Wio at one' hundred and fifteen dollars per share." e " "Resolved (3). that the board of directors *ha 1 be and they are hereby authorized to e£ tsblith. frcm time to time, and enforce Til MM* rults arid regulations respecting the ls- ru*. tale. redempUon and conversion of such ttock, not inconsistent herewith, as In ta« judgment of the board may be necessary or txpedier.t. ' m For the purpose O f mch special meeting the ftock transfer books of the company wni hi c-o^d July 14 1004. at 3 o'clock p* m ani reopened Thursday. July 21. 1904. at 10 o'clock ALEX. MILLAR, gecreUry and Clerk. THE California Debris Commission havln* re <*lved applications to mine by hydraulic irocees from E. A. Moody, in Good Luck j mine, near Gold Run, PUcer County Cal draining into Squires Creek, which Teach*. Hear River, aod from Eagle Bar Placer i"n :nr Co.. Limited, in Ea E le Bar Placer nTlnV ..ear Forest Hill. Placer County. Cal d?a?n" ing into middle fork of American River tr?v« KHST ir 8 ; 1 , mc ">r.g w »> be celd at room i»« Flood building. San Francisco Cai Aue 1 i:*04. at 1 :30 a. m. ' * 6PRECKIXS Sugar Company. NOTICE nn> ANNUAL MEETING -The regular annual rn«Ung of the stockholders of the Spr-ckels Sugar Company will be held at the olflce 1 r.f the company. 327 Market st.. San Fra" risen, on MONDAY, the 25th day of July 1904. at the hour of II a. m.. for the pu£ l^«e of electing a board of directors to serve :cr the ensuing year and for the transaction .-.f tuch other business as may come befo« th *«2S eUnr V , Tho trantre «- book, will close ca Friday. July 22. l»O4. at 3 p m W. H. HANNAM." Secretary. MONTEREY County Water Company Notice of annual meetir.g-Tht regular annual meet «C of the etockholders of the Mon™" V louiity Water Company will be b*ld at the orfke of the company. 227 Market : et 4an Fraucisco. en MONDAY, the 20- h diy of July. 1905. at the hour of 11:30 £ m for Hie purpose of electing a board of director, to terve for the ensuing year and for th« Transaction cf such othtr business as mav come before the meeting. The transfer hunt, will close on Friday. July 22. 1804, at 3 Dm. W. H. HANNAM. Secretary. ANNUAL meeting — The Risdon Iron and Loco- motive Works — The annual meeting of the ¦ stockholders of the Risdon Iron and Locomo- tive Works, for the election of trustees for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting, will be held at the office of the company. No. 298 Steuart street, San Fran- cisco, on MONDAY, the' 1st day of August. 1&04. itUi-n. AUGUSTUS TAYLOR, Secretary.