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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904.
13 PEJSSONAI.S— -Cont__ ned. LADIES — If you have wrinkles, smallpox pi:- tiegs. bagglneas of eyes or any b.emlsh of the face. Mme. Giilin^haxn invites you to call and investigate her wonderful and Im- proved method, known to no other in this city; demonstrator can b« seen dally. 143 Stockton st: write for booklet. M. F—.LA HARRIS, French liquid powder; gives face, neck and arms the exquisite del- icate tint and texture cf alabaster; a grsat favorite witn actresses: will not rub off; s»nl only $1 and test It for yourself. M. Eii_ Har- rls. chemist and s_lr» specialist. 123 Geary st THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair. Im r roves Its growth.stops fallir.g.curea dacdruff and Itching scalp: no statn or atickine**. cleanses scalp: at druggists'. hairdressers' : ao. cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co., HUM PoU. DR. ROWELL'3 Fire of Life, a sure curs for rheumatism, paralysis, neuralcia. pneumonia, tore throat, etc. Sold by all druggists for over 10 years; price 50c. Manufactured solely by ROWF.T.L A BROWN. 40 Turk s.t. S. P. FANCY and silk dresses oar-fully waahed. JAPANESE FAVORITE LAUXDJSY e»t<h. 18S9 2122 Fllimor* *:. ; phon* Oeary _05A $1 a week: suits to order $15 up LEMO3. 112T Market st.. bet. 8ev«-nth and Eighth. BARGAINS in fine diamonds; easy payments. P. V. GARIN. 13.3 Montgomery st ONE dollar weekly keep» you In fine clothing. Art Tailoring. ie44 Mkt.. under St Nicholas. Superfluous hair removed; electric needle. Mrs Eaton. SCO 3u:ter. Ml3s Eaton. 233 Geary.r.3A TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50; dress pants $2 50. Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wlgi; country orders. GOLDSTEIN A CO..C33 Mkt ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores gray hair to Its natural color. $1 at all druggists'. A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been, opened at 1008 Market st. opposlts Fifth. Open until 11 d. m. .< PHYSICIANS AND SUECEONS. DR. C. C. O'DONNELL— Of flc« andresidenc^ 1021^i Market st, bet Cth and 7th. particu- lar attention paid to diseases of women. BLOOD, skin and rectal diseases a specialty. DR. BALL. 1073^ Market st REMOVED— DR. WONG HIM."" herb doctor, treats all diseases of the human body; for past four years at 115-117 Mason st. now lo- cated at 667 Geary st.. near Leavenworth. WONG WOO. the famous herb doctor— All dls- eases cured by Chinese herbs. 74«-8 Clay st. CATARRH. DEAFNESS and NOISES In EARS positively cured: i*?w methods; 1 week's treatment free. Dr. Cottlngham. 204 Suttw. PAPEBHANQiyO. PAINTCTQ. ETC. First-class work, reasonable prices. J. C. RO- MAINE. 10B7 McAllister St.; tel. Fell 2403. PATEirrs.. ~~ INVENTIONS patented. F P. MEDINA, at- torney-at-law. ft Hobart bldg.. 532 Market st. — PPRCTEfASINQ AGE3TCI-3. CLARA E. JEWETT. purchasing agent; coun- try orders a specialty: correspondence solicit- ed. 305 Larkin St.. room 4U; tel. South 319. SEAfc ESTATE--CITT--rOB SA-B. O. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery st AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION Or Investment residence and unimproved properties will be held Tuesday, Nov. 15. 1904. at our salesroom, 2t> Montgomery st. at 1_ o clock noon. ESTELLE M. DUMONT ESTATE. Executor's Sale. Subject to confirmation by the Superior Court. S21-3-5 Turk st.. 87:6 west of Leavenworth; Improvements consist of 3 houses of 6-7-9 rooms and bath each; rented nominally for fio_ 50 per month; splendid holding to Im- prove; bank mortgage of $14,500 at 6 per cent can remain; lot 5trxS7:6. M. McKENNA ESTATE.. ADMINISTRATOR SALE. 17. &• Fifteenth St.. bet. Valencia and Guerre- ro; Improvements consist of two-story dwelling of 7 rooms and bath; lot 25xlm>; subject to confirmation by the Superior Court. SARAH RYAN ESTATE. Administratrix Sale. 30!) Castro St.. between ltith and 17th: Im- provements consist of a bay-window eottag» of 6 rooms and bath, brick foundation, etc.; lot 25x87:6; subject to confirmation by the Su- r-erior Court. CHOICE WESTERN ADDITION RESIDENCE 1408 McAllister St.. north line, bet Pierc<» and Scott; improvements consist of an elegant and substantially built residence of 15 rooms. bath and servants' room, etc. ; large grounds, garden and lawn; nicely situated: lnt (3stSZ:<l RICHMOND DISTRICT PROPERTIES. No. 1. 693 7th ave.. near C St.; n»w cottage of <l rooms and bath; ni.-ely finished; rent $25. No. 2. •-¦-' 604 C st. near '7th ave. ; new cottage of T rooms and bath; nicely finished; rent $30. No. 3. 600 and 602 C st. cor. 7th ave.; two nsw flats of 6-5 rooms and bath each; rents $50. No. 4. T43 C st. bet. 8th and 9th aves.; new mod- ern cottage of 7 rooms and bath; rents $00 per month. No. 5. 732 C St.. bet. 8th and 9th aves.; modern dwelling of 7 rooms and bath; rents $30 per month. MISSION BUSINESS PROPERTY. 2717-19 24th st. bet Alabama and Florida; Improvements consist of a two-atory building, containing store and flat of 5 rooms; rents $37; lot 27x104:6. • , - MISSION COTTAGE. 1320 York st». bet. 25th and 2tith sts.: Im- provements consist of a bay-window cottag* of 6 rooms and bath; lot 211x100; hank mort- gage of $S0O at , C per cent can remain. MISSION RESIDENCE 406 SOth st. bet Sanche. and Noe: Im- provements consist of a two-story bay-window dwelling of 8 rooms and bath: lot 23x114. For catalogue and' further particulars apply at our office. .-. G. H. UMHSEN A- CO.. t 20 Montgomery st FINE RESIDENCE LOTs! " CLOSE TO TOWN. $1400 TO $2250. Go to-day without fall and see the property on Devisadero St., bet Duboce ave. (13th st.) and 14th st. Take Halght-st cars, get off at either Scott cr Devisadero st. Lots only two short blocks away. We are selling lots here very fast, over 3O sold. Branch office on property. -Mary fine, new hous-a being built. Where can you *et a fine lot so close to th<» city as you can now buy in this block at from $1400 to $2250, on easy terms. Remem- ber, the views are grand; stre-ts bttumlnlxeU and accepted by the city: everything ready for building; property so close to tha business center of a great city cannot remain at the> present figures asked for this land. LYON A HOAO, 116 MONTGOMERY ST. SOME MORE SOLD. $1 25 PER WEEK. NO INTEREST. NO TAXE9. Choicest lots. Excelsior Homestead Tract: level as a billiard table: on grade: close to fine school and Mlsslon-st electric cars; bound to double In value. $10 per month, no taxes, fine lots, near Ocean Boulevard; best residence location south of Golden Gate Park. Get the calldcea one for Christmas. W. J. WHITE. 26 Montgomery st.. r. 8. Phone Main 3704. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT— $140 PEH FRONT FOOT. Lot 40x100. on sunny side of Howard rt.. 3.0 feet north of Fourteenth; In Mission warm belt; no fogs, no winds; a splendid location for 4 flats and 2 stores; as an Income Investment It wculd pay owner as follows: 4 Bata would rent for $35 per month each. 2 stores $40 per month each, making a total Income of over $200 per month. G. THISTLETON. 272 Sadowa, st. Ocean View. $4500— 9-ROOM house; 1 lota; 4CS Fair Oaks. $3400— $500 down; new house, 8 r. and b. : Precita ave. $1600— $400 down; new cottage. 4 r. and b.: 3O China ave. $1300 — Cottmre. 5 r. and b. : on Folsom st terms. D. COFFIN. 2528 Mission, nr. 21st. OCEANSIDE cottage; a bargain; neat 4-room cottage on 4Sth ave.: lot 25x114; $1SOO; $100 cash, balance like rent W. N. RUSSELL, 301 California st.. San Francisco, Cal. FOR sal*— 3 colonial houses, 6 rocms. bat_ and basement: beautifully finished, up to date and sunny: east fide of Tenth av*.. n-ar I st. Sunset. Hallett * Gee. on premises. $1400— TERMS If desired: 36-foot front; block of 19th and Valencia; street work complete. The 1'oUn Co.. 1607 Market, opp. Franklin, A $2000 HOME built to suit you. K' included, any location, on $1 25 per weak. Mutual Horn* Building Association. 427 Cro-sler bH, HOU8E9- built cheap; plans free. Builder. 436 P-rrott building. Continued on Pase Fourteen. ri-TAyciAXi. THE REALTY SYNDICATE. Capital paid in $4,600.000 00 Sunttut • 940.901 30 Investment C°rti_cat»s Office— No. 14 Sanscme street, San Francisco. Cal. DON'T risk your r.jonsy in questionable vent- ures when vou cm obtain "First Mortgage Gold Bon<!V (firrt lien on downtown business property) paying a' pood rate of Interest and as iteoure as Government b^ds; s,l»i«!e bonds JTtfO 00 each; interest payable 1 quarterly; at- tornryn Feckinsr investments for clients and triiFtoes n* <'«tntes itrifiuld l!ive«tleate this at once. "Bonds." "9 Crocker building. COMPANIES formed: mining or patents: stock rcld: itronjr Ractem connections: arlvlco free. Write A. I* HARA. c 7.THrY. .*._2 Croyslyy b<lc 7ZJATS3JTO IiT?T. A— HOT.'PES 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.. 245-59 Geary «t.. en the cquare. ELLIS, 8_S— 2 large parlors and kitchen for physician, hairdresser or milliner; $30; re- cently tlniihtd. LARKIN, 1930. 1936. 1944, near Broadway- New moder"h flats 7 and 8 rooms; rents re- duced to J30. $35, $37 BO. FULTON. 9ldA. near Flllmore— Flat. 4 rooms, porcelain --"bath, china closet. GOOD 7-room middle flat; bath: water free. IIS Fulton St.. near City Hall. HAYES, 1749. near park entrance — Modern.' sunny flats. 3 to 5 rooms, bath; X10 to $22 50. FIKTEENTh7~2_82— Hatement flat, 4 rooms; $13. Apply on premises. $20 — 5 ROOMS; bath, laundry, modern, sunny. 334 Cumberland, bet 19th-20th. nr. Church. j LARGEST list of houses and flats to let. Call on Ll'ON * HOAO. 110 Montgomery st $27 5O~ NEW Park flat, 6 runny rooms, on car lln*. 223 Parnassus ave.. nesr Stanyan. i A WEEK'S news for 5 wnti- Th* Weekly Call. I 16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year. r_ATS TO LET — -"-f-tyiSHEP. HANDSOME sunny modern 5-roora flat; splen- did Mew; healthy location; $30. 4230 Twen- tieth St.. near Castro. PINE. 2786— Hardscmely furnished parlor, flat 3 Jarge r. ; yard; also 3 r. and b. ; susny bay window . furnished housekeeping. rLATS rOB SALE— FURNISHED. A MODERN, sunny upper flat; 7 large rooms; newly furnished 3 months ago. 917 Jones st.. near Bush. 9 to 5 p. m. rURNITUBE WAZTTEO. ABE LEVY. Salesroom. 1135 Market st. Tel. Jessia 761. Don't «*11 your furniture, carpets, office fur- niture, etc., until you get his estimate. WILL ray 20 per cent more for furniture than dealers or will sell on commission. L. H. BURP, imc, 1636 Market: phone Jessie 2338. CALL on Alfred Wollpert "73 Mission St.. b«- fore gelling your furniture. Phone Red 4462. rTjRiriT_ra_ roit sale. HENRY MAYER pays highest prices for fur- niture, carpets, etc. 7S2 Mission: tel. Bush 813 FURNITURE— Murt sell as- a whole or In parts. 459A Tenth ave.. Richmond District. HELPi^WAHTrp— FEMALE^ Cook for country hotel $40 Cook for San Jose $.15 Laundress, same place $'S0 Cook on ranch $25 Hourework. Angel Island $25 Cleaning woman, institution $20 German *econj girl and nurse $_O Kitchen helper. Institution *25. Wajtre«5 and chambermaid, country 125 Housework.- Alameda $30 Woman with a child, ranch $15 Second girl. 3 In family $_5 And a large number of girls for housework, city and country $20 and $25 Apply to J. F. CROSETT & Co.. 334 Sutter st. A NURSE, $25; first-class cook. $33; housework, plrl, $:i5; second girl, $25; nurpe girl. $2o. and a number of cooks and houseglrls, $-5 and $30. MRS. NORTON. 5CS Mason st. THE Rcmayn-Shirk Register, Renting and Ad. Co., r. 012-613 Grant bldg., tel. South 104— Young woman, a*?t. md»e. clerk, t^M start; one aast. operator on vests, $1 50 per day. A — WANTED — Girls to learn halrdressing. mar.lrurir_. etc. ; trade taught from A to Z Is 2 weeks; tuition JD to those entering now: three iKiEitlons to fill immediately; positions guaranteed at -10 per week up; leading echool In West. 233 Geary et. room 13. WANTED — Girls to learn millinery now for fall season; both seasons taught from start to finish in one month for $5: positions as trimmers, salesladies, makers, guaranteed at $10 per week up: 7 positions to be filled Im- mediately. Parlors 143 Stockton st. r. 13. A— PACIFIC College teaches halrdresslng, manicuring, electric massage, etc.; six hours' practice a day; guarantee positions; only recccnlzed college of Its kind on coast; day and evenirc classes; all parlor work at re- duced prices, 133 Powell st. WANTED — Woman for general housework: must t>e a good cook and willing to wait on table; no window, cleaning or outside work; good wages. Apply 2626 Vallejo, near Scott; mornings. WANTED— A neat ar.d experienced French, German or English girl to do light second work anfi waiting: no others need apply. 863S Waehlr-cton st WA-NTBD — Lady designer, high grade ladles' neckwear; must understand cutting, make up samples, manage factory; good pay; glva references. Box 4561, Call. YOUNG girl aa apprentice !n millinery depart- ment to learn stock keeping. Apply 10 a. m I. MAGNIN _ CO., 43-53 Ell!* st WANTED — A yovmtr lady for embroidery et-r.jpln;:. «rt department. Call at STRAUSS & FROHMAN'S. 107 Post Bt WANTED — A young girl to wait upon an elderly lady; murt eleep home; call after 10. BRADBURY HOTEL, room 10. WANTED — In Frultvale, a refined, reliable, younc woman a* mother'e helper; references required. Box 459, Frultvale. WANTED— A young girl or mlddle-a?ed wo- man to assist Jn light housework; wages $10. AfPly 327 Tourth et. GIRLS to strip tobacco and band cigars. HERMITAGE CIGAR MFG. CO.. 514 2d St. YOUNG man dcrlres the services of a school teachtr. Box *548, Call office. FIRST-CLAES buttonhole maker on coats; no other n»:ed appiy. 229 Stevenson Ht. room 5. A YOUNG girl for general housework and to assist In cooking. Call 1716 Geary st WANTED— A Typist who will chew CHIC- : LETS. « ¦ • ; ¦'-¦'"¦ PANTS finisher wanted at 156 New Montgom- ery St.. room 16, second floor. GIRL wanted to assist in light housework*; eleep at home. 402A Francisco st CAPABLE girl to assist in housework; $16 a month. 22S Fifteenth ave. LAUNDRY Jumble Ironer; position steady Apply this a. ra. at 7C0 McAllister St.- :..¦"¦. TAILORESS wanted on custom coats; steady work; Brood pay. 533 Natoma St. WANTED — First-clae* tallotees; on* that can baste out edges preferred; good wages and steady work to the right party Apnly to S. N. WOOD _ CO.. 49 Geary st PANTS finishers wanted by 8. N. WOOD A CO. Apply at 49 Geary st LADIES*, we will teach barber trade free to C more ladles and pay them. $10 each for first 8 weeks: call or write. JNO. A. MOLER'3 Barber College (correct number), C44 Clay st. WANTED — Women and girls over 10 years to do pleoework at hom«: no experience neces- sary. Call HABERTON. 1235 Market st room 20. " WANTED — A first-class fitter in cloaks suits and waists: references required. Address box HH, Call office. MIDDLK-AGED Irdy or cirl wanted: «hort dis- tant In country; for general housum-o-k- only. - In ian-.»y. Apply 692 Ciroen St.... city. LaDIES for steady home employment: $V~to $12 weekly. Emma Ppreskels bldg.. 927 Mar- ket *t. room CIS. GIRL to assist In housework: email family" 1413B Mason st MEPICAI- IF there is any woman who Is suffering from any of the ailments peculiar to her sex I can offer her Immediate relief. I have devoted my entire life to' this work. I NEVER FAIL. I ask fair fees, and I GUARANTEE results In each case. If you have been dis- appointed coma to me. Perfect satisfaction is then insured. I am the oldest graduate specialist In the city giving attention exclu- ' slvely to ladles' troubles. DR. WHITE. 702 Market st. rooms T and 8 LADIES — If you are In trouble, confide In me. Relief for irregularities. Help for the un- , fortunate. My time Is devoted exclusively to these conditions. I'm the only GRADUATE physician here who can say this. Call or write. Confidential. Est 14 years. DR. It H. WESTON. office, 305 KEARNY ST. MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe- male foubles and Irregularities; Instant re- lief guaranteed. 1OO8V4 Market St., opp. 5th. MRS. DR. WYETH. specialist for all female complaints and irregularities; Instant relief guaranteed; 30 years' experience. 944 Post st VALPEAU'S female pills; beat regulating pills sold: price $2 50 by express. Pasteur's syr- inge and tablets: price $5. By express only on receipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, wholesale druggists, Seventh and Broadway, Oakland. MRS. DR. GOODWIN, well know n ladles' spe- cialist, has returned from Europe; 25 years' experience In female complaints without a failure; no operation, no drugs;. when others fall see the doctor and be content. Materni- ty Home, 412 Taylor st, near Geary. DR. O. W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or In trouble consult this specialist on female complaints; positively corrected; the unfortu- nate helped; the most difficult cases treated; advice free. Office. 1018 Market st LAD1KH suffering from irregularities, sick or In trouble, consult Dr. Sylvester. 219 Kearny Bt; relief guaranteed; no drug's, no operations. DR. and MRS. DAVIES and HINDOO HERBS; original method of trtatma.it. 1126 Market LADIES — Kumround; safe, sure, never falls; $2. Oleason-Ruggles Drug- Co.,Keamy & Clay. DR. ROSEN, residence 2995 Folsom st, corner - 2tltb: ladles, relief or no fee; $10. MINES AND MINIHTO. I MAKE a specialty of selling good mining property. A. D. RENFRO, Crossley bldg. MISCE-IiANEOTJS— "OB SALE. 1 40 H. P. firebox boiler; complete; new. 1 Worthlngton compound pump, 500 gal. mln. 1 Worthlngton pump, 6x4x0. 1 Worthlngton oil plant; complete. 1 dishwashing machine; complete. 1 10 H. P. Q. E. motor; mw. 1 Lane planer, 27x12. 1 30-ln. extractor. 1 20-ln. extractor. 1 15 H. P. engine; complete. 1 lot of laundry machinery. WM. SPECK. 421 Market st, room 87. 2D-HAND machinery, engine, boilers, pumps, pulleys, shafting, etc.. etc.. bought, sold, rented and exchanged; see Sunday papers. H. S. WHITE MCHY. CO.. 130-132 Beale st BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. McIN- TOSH A WOLPMAN, 196-197 Fremont st DOES YOUR ROOF LEAKT Repair it with elaterite. In rolls easy to lay; needs no painting or coating; good over old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs. ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market st FOR *ale — New and second-hand billiard and pool tables: easy payments; we rent tables with privilege of buying; modern bar fix- tures; cheap prices. BRUNSWICK-BALKE- - COLLENDER. 652 Mission st AN elegant assortment of diamonds. Jewelry and sealskins for sale on small weekly pay- ments: goods delivered on first payment. UNITED TRUST CO.. 21 Stockton st A — BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear st A— THE (P. J. Co.) California virgin gold wedding rings for sale by the PORTLAND JEWELRY CO.. 25 Stockton st. REPUTABLE place to rent gents' full dress, Tuxedo or Prince Albert suits. J. COOPER, 21 Stockton st. (formerly at Palace Hotel). TRY our men's shoes at $1 and $1 50 pair; foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay express J .charges. 11 34 at. . Exam, bid.; catalog free. DIAMONDS and Jewelry on small weekly or monthly payments., DEREMER'S. 137 Mont- gomery st, room 12, upstairs. DEEP-WELL drilling outfit; steam power. William Edward & Co., Ill Fremont Bt. STOVES disconnected and connected: $2 50; plumblng.gasfltng.409 McAUlster;tel.Mlnt 30S6 FOR sale — Llewellyn setter dog 10 months old. Addrers box 4538. Call office. GAS engines, centrifugal pumps; highest grade; lowest prices. Price Pump Co., 523 Market st Wallpaper. 3%c; paint. $1 gal.; painting, whit- enlng. Merlgan.1302 Webster;tel.Stelner 3671. SAFES and cash registers, new and second- hand. I. FREEMAN. 1325 Market st. BARGAINS In 2d-hand cash registers. Includ- ing Nationals, guaranteed; terms. 14 Turk st 2D-HAND bldg. material; lumber, door, sash, plumb, material. The Dolan Co., 1607 Mrkt FULL line of drummers' samples In grips and trunks; for sale cheap at 25 Stockton st AN elegant sealskin for sale for $75. SE- CURITY LOAN & TRUST CO.. 21 Stockton. ELEGANT diamond ring, $50: terms $5 per month. P. V. GARIN. 133 Montgomery st ROOMS papered. $4 up; tinting, painting. Hartmann Paint Co.. 310 Thlrd:tel.Maln 413. Dl'SKS bought, sold and exchanged. T. D. McCarthy Co.. 807 Mission st.: tel. South 811. MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental; bargains.. Dullard & Breck, 131 Post st SAFES — New and second-hand. THE HER- MANN SAFE CO., 307 Battery st. GASOLINE «ngtnes. automobiles and launches; all Elzea. J. E. DOAK. 4B Fremont st MISOEr.-A—XOTJ3 WAITTa. ¦ AAAAAA — BUYS any amount good second hand clothing; special price for fancy ladies' and men's clothes. 922 Folsom: tel. Folsom 3522. AAAAA — Highest prices for ladles', gents' cast- off clothlnjr.Tel Davis 825, 650 Sacramento st WANTED^— To purchase light spring wagon, horse and harness cheap for cash. 775 Mis- sion, THOMAS PARNELL. DIAMONDS nnd precious stones bought for "cash. KARL EBER A CO., room 40fl, Ad- ams bldg., 206 Kearny st; phone Black 3038. WANTED — a No. 3 Oliver typewriters; state condition, price. Ad. "A," Call. San Jose. TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. 154 9th Bt ; tet. Jessie 3910. Levy & Ridler. highest price for gents' cast-off clothing, chocs; tel. Red 1544. 615 Washington. MONEY TO LOAN. ANY AMOUNT TO LOAN .... INTEREST 5% AND « PER CENT CITY, OAKLAND. TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPERTY Second mortgages, life insurance policies/ es- tates in probate, undivided Interests in prop- erty, probate realty leans, . stocks and bonds, legacies and unolvlded Interests In property purchased. MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY Suite 107-108 Crocker bldg.; phone Main 6924. AAA— HERMAN MURPHY. 601.602-603 Examiner bulldlns. Quick settlement*; no disappointments. Save expenses by dealing directly. Estate, second mortgages, undivided Inter- ests, assignments of rents, property In trust etc.; legacies, life estates and undivided in- terests In property, purchased. Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential. ' When You Need Money. See HERMAN MURPHY. "¦ ' ' ¦ . ¦ , A reasonable amount on 1st, 2d or 3d Mortgage, on real estate or •\ Chattels, in city, tewn : or country. ¦ Low rate of Interest. Give full particulars . ' of property or chattels. Location, etc. Box 490. Call office. ____________ Money leaned salaried people without secur- ity or Indorsement, knowledge of employer or any cne: confidential and courteous treatment; call and get terms. Drake. 453 Parrott bid. A — ON furniture or pianos at lowest rates: no removal; no publicity; also on real estate; 1st or 2d mortgages or on any security; any amount O. W. BECKER, 36'Oeary, room 36. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at 2 per ¦- cent interest. Baldwin Jewelry Store, 906 Markat: tel. Mal.i 1B44. Branch 19 Third. MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer- chants, teamsters, : boarding-houses, without security; easy payments; large business In 46 ¦ principal cities. Tolman, 653 Parrott bid*. - . MONEY, chattel-, other, propositions. Bannan 4 '. Hall . room 1213 Call bids; phone Main 8211, . MQgET TO I.OArr— ContlnneA. ON salaries. Insurance policies, chattel mort- gages, diamonds, valuables, etc. UNITED LOAN AND TRUST CO., 21 Stockton st.. near Market . . A — THE Portland Jewelry Co., 25 Stockton st. loans money on diamonds, valuables, etc., at 2 per cent per month. PRIVATE — Money loan«d on salaries without security: diamonds or chattels; no fee; no com.: cut rate. Cal Loan Co., 523 Parrott Hid. 1 PER cent on furniture or piano*; no removal; no commission; no publicity; $25 up; quick, quiet, confidential. 2't Montgomery St.. rm. -I. TO salaried people without security; on furni- ture. Indorsed notes and other security. 3. F. Discount Agency. 143 Phelan bids. MONEY to loan at low Interest; gold, silver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st. DON'T borrow money on salary until you see us. Hutton Credit Co.. 912 Mutual Bank bldg. MONEY loaned on diamond*, watches. Jewelry; confd. Diamond Parlor Jewelry Co., 722 Mkt STAR Loan Co. of Wyoming loans to salaried employes. Room 311. Mutual Sav. Bit. bldg. ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry ot 2 per cent mo. 8. F. Collateral Loan Bank. 538 Kearny. 8 % ON furniture A pianos; $15 up; no removal: no com. V. TREMAIN. room 81. 6 Eddy St. CASH loaned salaried people on notes without Indorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner building. -nrsxc-x inststjkents. GABLER piano, the oldest, exclusive high- class piano In America: over 50.000 sold in the past fifty years. Heine Piano Co.. 233- 237 Geary St.. San Francisco; 1252 Bread- way. Oakland. - Manufacturers of the Peer- lens Heine; largest stock and greatest va- riety; Installments and rents $2 up; prices from J25 to $1000. A FEW GENUINE UPRIGHT BARGAINS: Mussard — Small upright, fine order. Fischer— Fine order, very reasonable. Sterling — Mahogany case; used 1 year. Chlckerlng — Mahogany case, perfect order. Weber — Mahogany caBe, 3 pedals, like new, from $95 up; easy payments; all guaranteed. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16 OFarrell st BEAUTIFUL new upright pianos for rent. $3 per month; one year's rental allowed If pur- chased. SCOTT-CURTAZ. 560 Hayes st ELEGANT $400 piano for $130; private party. 301 Eddy st $90— UPRIGHT grand, nearly new; a snap. HORNUNG. 216 McAllister st 8OHMER. Byron Mauzv pianos, Ceeellan piano player. BYRON MAU2Y. 303-312 Post st NEW upright pianos sold on $5 monthly pay- ments. SCHMITZ & CO.. 16 McAllister st S-PEDAL Steinway up; Chlckering baby grand; Phonlnger. little used. Keeffe's. 235 O'Farrpll. MATTB-SS-8 AKS PILLOWS. TO order; renovated, disinfected (formaldehyde process); excellent carpet cleaning. HOPKB BROS.. 1432-34 Howard St.; phone South 216. PERSONALS. " B-U-L-L-E-T-I-N. PUBLIC "FREE HEALING" before audience TO-DAY. 2 and 8 p. m. (Office hours 2 to 7.) RADIUM HALL, 783 v, Market and 1 Fourth (corner Market and Fourth.) "NON-MEDICAL" humanized Radium power Is (solely) used In Rexradlo's treatments; no medicine, no medical Instruments used. "NAMES" and testimonials of patients al- luded to BELOW shown at offices. "DEAF MUTES" — Several recently made to hear and SPEAK what they beard. Numer- ous witnesses, one being Mr. Butler, well- known S. F. CHRONICLE representative. "TOTAL DEAFNESS" Rexradlo finds to be a mere BAGATELLE; nearly every case "be- gins" to hear "whispered" words after 3 sec- onds' treatment. (Deaf mutes the same.) "OSSIFIED" LADY, Mni]~knowle», 379 Bart- lett, by (one) treatment had her locked -AN- CHYLOSED Joints made freely "movable" several weeks ago; no "relapse." but still further progress to date. "BLINDNESS" seemed Imminent; within 3 days Rexradlo restored good sight ."LEAPING" CRIPPLE; paralysis; dragged foot, limb nearly "powerless"; 10 second*' treatment and I LEAPED before audience." "LONG DISTANCE" HEARING. My ear to- tally deal from childhood; by 1 treatment heard (whisper) at 70 feet" "FEMALE WEAKNESS" — My trouble was quickly removed by Rexradio. '"CANCER" disappeared In on* hour after Rexradlo's (one)* treatment "UP IN THE AIR" in elevator with man having '"crooked" arm. Couldn't straighten It Rexradlo was there, too, and by "mo- ment's" touch straightened It before descend- ing elevator stopped. Editor of TOWN TALK was present. Witnessed by me — WILLIAM ORMSBY. "BEDRIDDEN" — I saw Rexradio treat man for years "helpless" In bed, had to be . "lifted" In and out of bed; Instantly rose (unaided) from bed. Other similar cases. "REXRADIO'S" (one) treatment straightened my "bent" limb (rheumatism). "TYPHOID FEVER" overcome by only two ' treatments; no RELAPSE. — Knott, 112 Fell. "LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA"— Couldn't stand un- supported; 1 treatment Tuesday and Instant- ly stood, walked "unsupported." "ANCHYLOSIS" of knee; couldn't straighten leg or move knea; did both Instantly. "HE SEES" objects (outlines) at 30 feet; eyes "blind" 7 years (1 treatment Tuesday). "REXRADIO'S" 1 treatment entirely removed my "dropsy" and straightened limb. "SUICIDE" avoided; protracted disease ren- dered life a burden; orten thought of sui- cide, after spending largely, vainly, for re- lief; then Rexradlo made quick, complete cure, months ago; no RELAPSE. "REXRADIO" rescued me quickly from th» fiery purgatory of "neuralgia." "ANCHYLOSIS of Joints, knees, ankles/ hips, toes, fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck, etc., which others deem 'Incurable,' have often yielded to Rexradlo's very first treat- ment' " Testimonials shown. "PAINS" of all kinds (neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, gout, etc.) usually have been expelled by Rexradlo's "first" treatment. Proofs — Numerous testimonials. "RESURRECTION" excepted. BROKER, one of our leading cltUens, recently (publicly) said: "I have seen Rexradlo do nearly In- credible healing wonders In my office. I verily believe he can do almost anything but RAISE THE DEAD. I am ready to put up my money on It" "$1000 FORFEIT" if above digests ui vases are not "genuine." Stacks of testimonials. "NOTE THIS" — Names of all above patients given at offices to persons similarly afflicted; we object to "publication" of their name«. Above "digests" of cases 1 refer to results of "first" treatment, which benefits usually be- come perfect and permanent ' after a few "further" treatments. "REXRADIO" can and does PO ALL HE CLAIMS TO DO. HE FEARLESSLY CHAL- LENGES COURTEOUS (CRUCIAL) INVES- TIGATION. "CONSULTATION" given free. TERMS for treatment to suit circumstances. "PUBLIC HEALING" before audiences free to poor TO-DAY, 2 and 8 p. m. Rexradlo also publicly gives every one In audience deelrlng It a "sample" of his peculiar healing power. Bring your paralytics, mutes, etc. (worst cases). Come early to avoid crowding. RA- DIUM HALL. 7S3tt Market st. and I Fourth (corner Market and Fourth). RAG carpets wove to order and for sale; also chenille- wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer In carpet twlr.e In hank or chain, at loweit rates. .. Geo. Matthews. 709 Fifth st, Oakland. RUGS made from old carpets; Ingrain, brus- sels, tapestry and msquette; chenille curtains woven Into new rugs. Fluff Rug Factory, 662 Market st. Oakland: take West 8th car. AT less than cost; uncalled for suits, overcoats and trousers at CHARLES LYONS* London Tailor. 7ZI Market st YOU can buy $75 worth of fuTnttu* 1 * for $7 50 down and $1 60 per week. T. BRILLIANT FURNITURE CO.. 340 Post St.. neax PowelL THE4RB Is not a first-class eandy store in town that does not sell CHICLETS. I Expert furniture repairing. polishing; upholster- lntc; carp.lay'g. Tow«y's.370FeH.PhonePagel45a. U. ANDERSON. 28 O'FarreU st— Theatrical, masquerade and carnival costumer. MR8. DR. GWYE5R. B11A Leavenworth st. be. tween Geary and CFarrell. Tel. East C97/ SUITS to order on Installments of >1 per week NgUHAUS CO.. th« tailors. 729 Markat st ELEGANT sulu to order, extra pants or fancy vests, for $14 75. Fred Wagner. 850 Market. j EAEY installments for Men and Youths. Suits to Ordar. Co-ooeratlve Tailoring. 1117 Ukt HEI.P -WAITTEP — MAUS. A — MURRAY & READY. 034-036 Clay st Phone Main 5S48. Leading Employment and Labor Agents. We Fpeal: the German. French, Italian, Scandinavian, Greek, Spanish, Slavonian and Danifh languages. :^,'.'-"!*;'v 1903 We Gave 1004 We Hope to tO.OCO Men Work. Increase C0.000. Conl Miners. FREE FARE. Coal Mineral Oregon State. OREGON. State Oregon. - 10 Coal miners for a good mine, big wages. Ship To-day. Fare Refunded. Ship To-day: WASHINGTON, Coal miners for State of Washington $3 to $3 75. GOLD AND COPPER MINES. . BILVER MINES. MINES. 6 hand miners, good quartz mine, $82 50. 4 miners, cold mine. ?90 CONCENTRATOR MAN. Concentrator man, good gold mine, $75. U. S. GOVERNMENT WORK. NEVADA. STATE NEVADA.' $1 FEE. SHIP TO-DAY. ?1 FEE. 20 teamsters. 2 and 4 horees. $75. 20 laborers; no experience needed, $75. A— MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL. 3 hardwood carpenters, $3 75 day. Blacksmith, country, $00 fd.: 3 bench hands, $1)0; machine hand, planing mill. $3 50. HOTEL HELP. 0 cooks. 4 waiters, 7 kitchen hands and dish- washers, butchers, bakers. FARMS AND DAIRIES. :• 21 farm hands, C milkers, 0 choremen and choreboys; city and country. 0 STABLEMEN. SPECIALS MINES. 5 machine miners, gold mine, $90. Donkey engineer, near city. Cement finisher, near city 3 laborers, lumber yard, «2 day. Butcher, city Job. $15 week. 4 boys to wrap soap, $4 week. Carpenter, ranch, San Mateo County, $40 fd. Carpenter, flninher, city, $4 day; tailor, coun- try shop; bookkeeper and stenographer, coun- try butcher shop; wcfklng foreman, ranch, south, f35 to ?4t> and) found. FOREMEN. Foreman carpenter to run gang 15 men on concrete work; see boss here WALKING BOSS. Walking boss for construction gang. $85 fd. MINERS. 4 miners. Nevada, S hours, $3 60 to $4. Milker and wife. Marln Co.. see boss here, 550 and found. Butcher, country Fhop, $30 and found. CARPENTERS. MURRAY & REAPY. 034-836 Clay st. 4 MACHINE miners, gold mine, south, ' $75 fd. Elevator- boy. city Job. J15 and found. Baker, country shop. f5O and found. MURRAY A REAPY. 634-633 Clay st NEW WORK. 15 teamsters for new work In center of min- ing district, $80, f«re $1 00; ship to-night 10 laborers, same Job, $60. " MURRAY A READY, 634-639 Clay st. A— STEWARD. . ~~ 7~ Steward for boarding-house of large com- pany; must be experienced man. able to furnish bonds and references, $75 to $100 end found. MURRAY A READY. 634-036 Clay st CARTOONIST to cartoon walking delegate for our office. MURRAY & READY, 634-63G Clay st. — * TYPEWRITER, also a good stenographer, both for our office. MURRAY & READY C34- C36 Clay st. A— NEWSPAPER reporter to assist HER- BERT V. READY. 034-636 Clay st. PERRY'S MERCANTILE BUREAU, SOC Market Bt. room &>\ 5th floor. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Bookkeeper's assistant $15 to $25 week . - Stenographer ...... ...:.; .'. . .$15'week Manager d^rartmfnt store $L'5 week Uili and entry clerk $15 week I>ru* clerk $12 , see k . Checker $1.5 we .»k Timekeepers $15 WM k Accountant fi& to JL>5 week Collector $15 W eek Floor manager $13 week 11 shipping clerks $15 w «ek General office work $15 week Hank clerk, bond required $25 week Young man, learn dentistry $10 week SOU Market St., room S25, fifth floor. AT NATIONAL EMPLOYES RECORD CO. ! phone Main 5040. Wine salesman. $100. Clothing salesman, $C5. Driver, $8 week and commission. 2 drivers, good salary. Neat young men salesmen. $2 day. Diamond and Jewelry salesman for retail house, city. $100. .'t experienced glove salesmen, $75. 2 Jewelry salesmen, Oregon, Washington, salary and commission. 2 boys, electrical house, ?5 week. Placer miners. Alaska $30 day New Demokrat hldg.. 51 3<\ st.. rooms 9-10. AT HORD A SMITH'S, ~ Contractors' Agents. 95 Third st. Choreman, hotel, near city, $15 and found. Young man for flower store, experienced, $12 FREE FARE. Laborers. $1 75. Teamsters, $2. New railroad work, free fare. Amador County, teamsters, $2. CLOTHING and furnishing goods salesman, for cour.try. $20 week ond commission; shoe salesman, country, $75 month; brick setter. $2 50 day; 3 brick sorters and wheelers, $2 28 day: swamper. $40 and board: farmer, $30 and board: milker and wife, ?C0 and fd. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacrament st THE Romayn-Shlrk Register,. Renting and Adv. Co.. rooms C12-C13 Grant bldg.: phone South 1-0-4 — We want 2 thoroughly exp. salesmen for a first-class gent's furnishing goods house: al»r> 2 for a first-clasH clothing house, fine position, top wages; errand boy MEN— The only original Moler Barber College teaches barber trade In 8 weeks; wages earned while learntnc. ' New quarters and new appliances. Call or write for Illustrated catalogue. Moler Barber Collegre, 64fi Sacramento st. Lately moved from Clay st. 3-CHAIR 10c barber shop; rent $12 50; price is S150; shop taking in from $-13 to $55 a week; 2 chair* steady. Addreis 227 I »t., Sacramento. Cal. I WANTED — Boys. 17 and 18 years old. for wrappers. Apply superintendent's office. The Emporium. EXPERIENCED J-welry engraver wanted. Apply superintendent's office. The Empo- rium. WANTED— Active and Intelligent office boy, about iO years old: answer in handwriting of applicant. Box 4781, Call. 1 WANTED — First-class pantsmaker; good chance: young Easterner preferred. . 19C8 Flllmore st ¦ WANTED — Boy with little experience to carry out bread and help on cakes. 'Apply to 1080 Clay st. cor. Mason. -.-•;• •^.' WANTED — Man and wife for a good road show; no experience required. Address box 45C0. Call office. GOOD shoemaker wanted on repairing; steady work. 2801 Mission st. YOUNG man desires the services of a school teacher. Box 454ft, Call. WANTED — Lithographer; permanent position; good salary. Box 4550, Call. WANTED — Every young man to ask his drug- gist for CHICLETS. __ . WANTED — Flrst-ilass saloon porter: $12 week. Call early. 152 East St., corner Howard. LAUNDRY Jumble ironer; position steady. Ap- , ply this morning at "CO McAllister st. WANTED — A first-class watchmaker. SOR- ENEEN CO.. 103 Sixth at. SHOEMAKER wanted on repairing-. 693 Howard *t. ERRAND boy to make himself useful In gents' furnishing store. ROGERSON. 535 Valencia. FOR sale — Well located barber shop; good transient trade. Box 4881, Call. A NO. 1 10c barber shop for ssle; guaranteed 627 Sacramento st. , • GOOD, fctrcng boy about 18 to learn hat trad«; gooil chance for. boy willing to work. Pacific Coast Hat Works, 1458 Market *t. BOY In drug store; experience preferred. El- lis and Mason sts. . ¦ . 1 USEFUL, competent- German, liquor store; tena bar: state age and refs. Box 4518. Call. ' CO^WEKOO) fuirr and teUneri v.a:iTi »<<rk by tbc d»y In farr.<:i..*; raj-M worker; rtrect and house dm pecs. DL'NEAS box 3C, IUA Larkin street GERMAN eoverr-rs wishes cour.try position; thorough modcUa; cxi^ricnced teacher; piano, hinging. German and English branches, literature. Mlsy Wagner. P. O.. Frultvale. A CAPABLE cMrr'.y i 3( jy wl«h*« to take >-l-.arcr of jfTowr. »-h!>;i-«-n: no cbjf-ctlon to •t.uz.try: Gtrruan ii-mruci'.cn If desired. Box 4720. Call. ADVERTISEMENT?, subscriptions received at Call Ilranch office, cor. Duncan and Church sts. WANT arts and subscriptions taken for The Call at Eaton's P.ezaar. Ka McAllister st EIgPI,Oy_fx;gT WANTED— M-AI.E._ Kir.ST-CLAES French. Italian. English cook tr.d pastry willies position; tity: experienced; ftney work: prftraM family; wages $i"- J. EKPOSITO. fc.lt; Loavenworth «. ; phone Larkln i'jtc. A COMPETENT man. single wishes a position near c.ty, steady, to care for a place; expe- rienced in orchard, good driver, gajienlng and handy with carpenter too'.s. Address box 4S73. Call office. A A— A FIRST-CLASS painter, paper hanger, tlnttr and grciner desire* work by the day or job; :*.!.;-¦ .«^t work guaranteed; RooJ work very re*«-jr.ab'.y don's. 1454 Devisaders. AA— A COACHMAN wishes a position; under- •:_n<*.s parden:ng. milking; handy with tools; good horseman an1 driver; teert or references. Box 44U-". Cal'.. TraTfTtTTJ ri«"lrn to milk cows, tend horses or take care «f r'.toe-; references. Address GEORGE WOLLAP. Doninican .Sis-^ra. Twenty. fourth and Guetrrr:) sts. A SITUATION wanted to tak» care of rrl v ate ; iti » by trustworthy man; understands par- «ienln(f. milklnit. handy with tools; good fcor*emar: fli— '.-cla#s refs. liox 455S. Call. A GENTLEMAN cf education, a lueld ar.d •ronJcnt with a good hou*^. A.Mre«s. stating salary. F. D., box <:>4S. call off.ee. EITTATION wanted— To take caro of a 1 private p!»c* liy s trustworthy man; understands l:. - ' -. r.f.- hones and miikiag. M. M., -Z>s 3 '.M.!;.n St. A— CREDIT mar., or.e who kr.ows hi* business, rapable —.king charge of ar.y sized concern, wants position. Bex 4780. Call. YOCNG German with iarnily w'.shes place on ranch to work on shares. C*:i or address _. B.. 1C20 Thirty-second st. Oakland. WANTED -Position In cand7 factory; am old hand: have had 16 year*' exp. ; have worked in Nati'-inal Candy and Biscuit Co. 10 years. :.. + f.-.r< tin* novelties in candy, such as glace*, cordial* and cre&tn work of all kinds; c«ji meke r.e» goods that srUl sell and boom »our business. Adflreis HENKY SEVER- SON. C58 Grove st. city. FIRST-CLASS chef, experienced In German. French. Portuguese and American kitchen. pusSMun on the 15th or 1st of next munth: held f--"j ;-...-•:-:¦ r.f- often In Germany aa chef. Box «r.:.; u.i orfic*. TOUNG Hawaiian would liks position In phD- tccraj>h ga^iery: understands developing anJ rrlrtlng of pictures; 4 years' experience. Box 4521. Call office. A MIL»I>LE-AGEr> trectleman withes to take <-hanr« of a country hotel or city barroom; th« best of rvferencec and security c&n be given. Box 4751. Call. GliNTLEMAN of *roo£ ad£re*s withes engage- ment with firm as traveler or collector: good refprerH'eg a* to character; cash boro if re- Address J. M. ALVARUS, '81 Ellis ft.. c:tr. A YOUNG rr.nr., 18. Ju»t out from Sweden. «tehe* to Ie*m carpenter trade. Please call cr answer. 2031 Nineteenth £t.; no poctals tnswered. A GERMAN, rr.id<I'.e-aged and flr.ple. wishes a situation as clerk In grocery and bar- r.xmi; co.«l references. W. BOHLING. 417 K»-arr.y st. A YOfXfi man. »ob<-r. relist!*, capable, of Rood a(id:t«>. references, wishes position as traveling »ule*man; any 31ne except cigars. liquor*. Br.x 4741. Call office. BOOKKEEPER ar.d salesman. 24. understand* *tf;nocruphy and typewriting, wants position, city or opuntry; can furcifh cash bond. Box <7S». Call ornce. ¦".¦ '•"!.; 1 .:*- oomclon of tnr kind, where a know-Wee at office work and willingness to work it wanted; am 34 years old: have nart*rn references. Box 4722. Call office. T0CXG man well educated, accurate and re- liable, with knowledge of bookkeeping and buficess experience, wants position; refer- ences Box 4447. Call. YOUNG man. rood wrirker. steady. • reliable end temperate; anything where he can ad- vance; reasonable wages. Box 4714. Call effiee. Otklor.d. inrPLE-AGED man wants p'.ace: private famliy; good all. round man; gardening, ronking: reference; »agcj moderate; used tm h'.r»e*. Box 4715. Call office. A COLORED tr.an wants work as houseman; c&n da plain cooking: can drive team; has reference*. W. CHOCLATE, 18 fieventi st, room lit. FOBER. industrious man wants work on pri- vate plare; reference* furnished. Box 4553, Call otfice. NEAT and honest young waiter. 20, vingle, wants position In ealonn, restaurant or lunch counter: Dot afraid of work. Box 4553, Call. YOUNG German, steady. Industrious and hon- eist desire* position at anything; well recom- mended. Bnx 4543, Call. COACHMAN. w:ilin»- to work and obliging, can milk, wistieji position, city or country; ref- erences. A6£:e?s box 4M1. Cali office. RELIABLE man. thcrruichlr experienced in wine end liquor business, cellar and store, wlihea position. H. EXCEL, ::«; Turk st. FI!tST-CLA£S barter want* position for even- ir.E*. Saturi *y and fc'ur.day. Box 4737, Call. TOUKO Otrirsn, »te»<!y, honest an3 Industri- ous. de»lres position at anything; best refer- rnemm. Hex 4758. Call offic*. NON-UNION blsckirfith with Al r» commenda- tion* warts work wl'.h responsible parties. 1C28 Hussell rt., Berkeley. GP.OCTRT tnd bar clerk wants position: 10 years' experter.ee. Addre«s F. E. M.. !>C7U IIo— arfl «t. JIKLIABLE man. thoroughly experienced In Trine anrt liquor business, cellar and store, wisbc* r-os!tlt>n. H ENGEL. 3S7 Turk st. YOCNG rnan wishes position as bcrtender. Box 4_57. Call office. % :, -.- i JANITOR, first c'.2.s:.. desire* a situation. Box 4r,33. Call orf.cr. ¦WANTED — A- cituaticc as cook; 1s also a good baktr. 14 1 4 Bernard st.. eft" Taylor. A P.ELIABLE man want* position as night watcLir.an; refe;eac«s. I. B., 756 Folscm st. A YOUNG Japanese who has the experience t ."¦! ¦ ¦> a situation r.s a dishwasher or kitchen * ' :?¦ in a buclnens house In country or city. M. £A\YA. JhJO Stockton St.. city. A NEAT Japanese desire* a po'citlon as school- boy in *mn.l! family; good plain cook. 8. K., 1-1 Halght ft . Japanese MlF»!on. A YOUNG Jarancse —arts work in country; care qT cowb. liirrea and garden. M. KU- IvATA. 4C3 Etrvenaon st JAPANKSn cook wants a position as school- boy. M. V.. Japanese Mlsslcn; phone Sut- ter 41S2. JAPANESE good boy wishes DOfltlon. any kind cf work: rpeaks good. English. D. SADA. liA Stockton ft. : phone Bush *0. A JAPANESE experienced cook wants position '' t.ousework. G. Y.. 20 Lewis place, San Fran- ' Cisco A NEAT Japir.e.'« J«elre» a po«Ucn as school- bry In cmji!! family; good plain cook. S. K. 121 U:-..t '..'. st.. J&panese MUslon. COOD Jarxncte boy ivactx situation as a rrhoclboy: near Hamilton £ch;>cl. Al. K 035 McAlllner St. cltr. - A JAFANnsr tyry wants a position as school boy. VI'lL I><-vl*a<3gro; telephone Scott 548. JAPANESE couple went positions; man cook. _j*7lfe waltrew. K. OKI, 807 Polk st. A JAPANESE boy mantF a position a» schnoT boy. UI'5 Devisadero St.; phone Scott 848. 'A JAPA?:n!-i:, experiences cock, want* posi- tion, housework. G. Y.. CO Lewis place. A CHINESE, fxperlenred first-class cock, nnjcHrh. French, : wishes position; city hotel or re«aurant boardlntr-houye: meat and iinsiry cocking: clean, neat: (,-ood reference!!: satisfaction. CHARLEY WILLMON. 1113 Clay *!. CfBVESC finrt-cia.es cojk. cVrlres rosltlnn In *>ocrdlrs-housp or h<jtel- cify or country VSVi Stockton 'A., bet, i'r.cifio and Broadway! « iTINnEE. ccix! ccck. wart* portion; French, G<rir.an it fun!!}- co^k. S41 Clar ft •I T >At-fIFIKD ¦rtvert'.scir.cnts svnd subscription* r»cejved «* Call branch office. 2200 Flllmor* st A BRANCH office' for Call advertisements and subkcriptlons has bees eclsblUhed at 10&0 Valencia 9U '' ' MAJ^-Cjontljane^ AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S, — —429 Bush st. Pastry cook and confectioner, country hotel ...$H5 found and up Pastry cook and baker, country hotel, $75 fd Lunehman, saloon, city $55 Shop butcher who can drive wagon, city; per week $14 to $18 Masseur baths, eprlngs, $30 mo.; found and 60 per cent of receipts. Gardner, see party In city.... $30 fd. and up Married gardner, country.. $50. house Solicitors, tea and coffee house — good pay. Teamsters and laborers $2 50 day U. S. canal — State of Nevada. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 420 Bush st MEN— The original JNO, A. MOLER has opened one of his famous barber colleges at 044 Clay Bt.: trade taught In 8 weeks: tuition earned while learning: constant practice; ex- pert Instructions; positions guaranteed. Call or write (correct number) 044 Clay st. WANTED — First-class carriage woodworker; must be able to take charge of woodshop: good wages to competent man. 100 Golden Gate ave. WANTED — One or two men to learn a good trade; steady work; paid while learning; •must have $25 security. Call at 618 Mer- chant st, between Kearny and Montgomery. MEN and women to learn the barber trade; It won't cost you one cent: we teach you free at HAIGHTS BARBER SCHOOL, 611 Commercial st. • WANTED — Men and women to prepare for Government positions. Apply for free cata- logue giving partleulari. Pacific Correspond- ence Institute. Grant bldg., 1095 Market st. WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, has added 100 new rooms to the Denver House, 217 Third st.; 250 rooms; 25c to 50o per night WANTED — Educated gentleman competent for . encyclopedia work; salary $1000; references I required. 47, Academy of Sciences. WANTED — First-class barber, one who speaks Polish language, for country; wages $20 per week. Box 4537, Call office. WANTED — Schoolboy to carry morning paper north Market St., c-ast Powell; no Sunday work. Apply 1325 Mission st. WANTED — Men to fill 350 rooms at 20c per night; clothes closets, hair mattress; electric light In every room. 681 Howard st 8. F. Barber College, 741 Howard St.. wants all ! young men to knov that It has the finest ' equipped school west of St. Louis; red. ratea GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c to 60c. 503 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d sta.. or 11 Third st. Examiner building. TRY our men's shoes, union made; $1 and $1 50 pair: foot-form shoes. $2 50; we pay express charges. 11 3d ct., Exam.bld. ;open till 9 p.m. WANTED— Goodyear operator; steady Job. Ap- ply Evans Shoe Co.. Napa. Cal. BARBER shop in business block; would ex- change for country one. Box 4750, Call. BARBER shop for sale cheap; 627 Clay st. Call bet. 10 and 12 a. m. BARBER ehoD for sale In the country. In- qulre at DECKELMAN BROS.. 106 Ellis et. ONE man to learn the barber trade, absolutely free of charze. 751 Mission st. MEN to learn the detective profession. 997 Market *t.. room 104. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for all parts of tne world at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart at ENERGETIC, reliable men as city and coun- try agents; steady positions. 247 Fifth St. MEN wanted at 137 3d st. where shoes are re- paired by machlrery: sewed soles 10 min.. 75c. SAILORS and young men (green hands) for ships. HALLBERT, 617 Jackson st. LABOR debts collected: suits, attachments. Law and Adjustment Co., 328 Montgy., r.415. PENSION atty.. E.A.Bullis, r. 40. Phelan bldg. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post, O. A. R. WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third st. near Mar- ket — 700 rooms; 35c night; reading rooms; free .'bus and baggage to and from ferry. A BRANCH office of The Call for the recep- tion of advertisements and subscriptions has beep opened .at 1008 Market St. opposlts •Firth. Orten UritlT'lV p. in. . " .'" ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at Call branch office, cor.Duncan and Church sts. ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half prlre. fiC't Mission nt.. het. 1st and 2d sts. HORSES. AND WAGONS. A — 30 HEAD of work and driving horsea, 8 lar_->- mares, 1 fast pacer, 2 saddle horses, harness, wagons and buggies; must be sold; will exchange. Corner Fifteenth and Shot- well sts., near Folsom. TEAM of Jet black horses, 17 hands, 5 years old, weight, 1 250 apiece, price $700; broken single or double; sound and true. JOHN DA- VILLA, Jones ave., Elmhurst, Cal. FINE river bottom pasturage; green feed year round; near Black Diamond, Contra Coeta County. Nucleus Stables, 190 Stevenson, S. F. COBBLE-SORE, footsore horses for soft re- clalmed river lands; fair prices paid; must be sound. Box 4488, Call; tel. Main 767. A SACRIFICE: rubber tire open hack; good condition; new harness. HARRY WELLER 12W Market St. FOR sale— Span of 7-year-old Norman horses; 1450 lbs: well broke and sound. 15 Spear st AUCTION sale 70 horses, Thursday, November 10, 11 a. m.. U-G Valencia st. FOR sale — 5 second-hand express wagons, one single truck. 233 Beale st. GOING out of business; new and second-hand wagone sold cheap. 1680 Mission st, nr. 13th. AUCTION sale nf horses, wagons and harnees every Wednesday at 11 a. m. 327 Sixth st. WAGONETTES, eurreys, buggies, wagons,* har- nesa. work & driving horses. 15th - Valencia. A — PRINTED list of houses to let; send for clr- cular. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 20 Montgomery. TO let — Rear house of 4 rooms; 1332 Larkln Apply 13.10 Larkin st. HOUSES TO LET — rtraHTSSEO. OAK, 410— Completely furnished modern house, 10 rooms, 2 baths, garden and yard. A NICELY furnished 8-room house; sunny corner: piano. 12 to 4. 130S Lairuna st. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore st. HOUSES rUBNISHED — FOR SAX.B. 15-ROOM house for sale cheap account of slcknes*. Apply SIS Geary st. HOUSE-CLEANING; OFFICES. JAPANESE housecleaning company and shoe- maker. 018 Gough st; phone Howard 3583. LOST AND POUNDS LOST— A pass book with the Hlbcrnia Sav- Inga and Loan Society of San Francisco In the name of MARTIN CLANCY, No. 252- 2K2; the finder will please return to bank. LOST — Coral beads, with sliver ornament, on ©"Fun-ell st, Tuesday evening; finder will be rewarded If left with superintendent' at Hale Bros., 979 Market st. ¦ LOST — Pocketbook, between Cosmos Club and downtown; marked' "O. E. B."; liberal re- ward for return with contents. Addrese J. K. ARMSBY CO.. 134 Market st. LOST— Ladles' gold, watch: monogram L H. H. on case; reward. L. M. HICKMAN, Sautallto. 0 LOST — Nov. 9, 1904, Waltham watch. Fourth and- Townsend: James M. Kelly, • April 11, 1SU2. Return to 1136 Pacific St.; reward. LOST — An opportunity to be happy by a young- lady who did 'not chew CHICLETS. LOST— Dog, white Spitz; answers to the name of Ted; a liberal reward. 228 27th st BROWN spaniel, white breast, short tall. Re- turn to 212H Steiner st. . . LOST — One bay mare. Reward, Eighteenth and Danvers st," grocery. LOST — Alligator hand satchel, . Sunday, Nov. 6; reward. 828 Buchanan st. STRAYED from 11 Belden place, black and - tan bitch; reward of $20; no questions asked. MALTESE cat, - strayed from 894 Green st. ; liberal reward. ¦ :'' - . . . . -PUNCHES FOR HIRE. ' C. A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO., foot of Clay st: for pleasure and business: tel. Bush '634. MACHINERY — Bought, Sold. Exchanged. WANTED — Second-hand ." swing ". saw. - and , planer. JOHN T. - GRAHAM. NW.oor. Pr»- erfta ave. and Alabama Bt - . -.., '.' - -: , .... _..-.¦..¦¦, _ '¦-... ,;;•" ¦/¦>¦ . ¦ ~*^~^ - . **^~^ ¦*_— _a_— __, _U___1 iTlllM II _