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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, * NOVEMBER 15, 1904.
13
RE— P WAaTED— MALE— Conttonea.^
PERRY'S MERCANTILE BUREAU.
SOC Market street, room 325, fifth floor.
Office hours. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Bookkeeper's assistant $15 to $25 week
Stenographer- $15 week
Manager department 4store $25 week
Bill and entry clerk $15 week
Drug- clerk ...$12 week
Cnecker J15 week
Timekeepers $15 week
Accountant $15 to $25 week
Collector $15 week
Floor manager $18 week
Two shipping clerks $15 week
General Gffie», work $15 week ,
Bank clerk (bond required) $25 week
Young man learn dentistry $10 week
boo Market St.. rocm 325, fifth floor.
AT HORD &. SMITH'S,
Contractors' Agents, 95 Third st.
Drillers — Tunnel work Drillers,
Near city— Drillers.
Man for dye house, $15 to $20.
Man fcr flower store, $12 to $16.
Amatior County, teamsters, $2.
Nevada, teamsters, $2 50.
R. BAP.KER. engineer, please call; clothing
and furnishing goods salesman, $20 week;
shoe salesman, country. $75; carriage pain-
ter; cobbler for city shop: 2 gravel miners,
$2 50 day; gasoline engineer for mine. $2 50 .
day; brick setter, $2 50 day; old man to care
for place: 2 farmers. $30 and found; and
others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 62S Sacra-
mento st '
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 503 Mlyglon st.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
SAI.ES—XN WAJTTED.
STATE and city salesmen, $3 CO a day if you
can do the business. Call or address C. H.
GUNN. 2731 Mission St.
HORSES ASP WAGONS. - ¦
FOR sale — Light spring Studebaker top delivery
wagon, new: suitable for florist, delicatessen
or dairy produce. 223 Sutter, Mercantile Lib.
FINE river bottom pasturage; green feed ye"ar
round; near Black Diamond, Contra Costa
County. Nucleus Stables. 190 Stevenson, S. F.
FOR sale, cheap. Iron gray horse; weight 1250
pounds; work single or double. Inquire at
113 Welsh St.. near Fourth, R. F. J.
NEW and second-hand wagons, buggies, sur- '
reys cheap. 100 Golden Gate ave.
TWO fine pandle top wagons for sale cheap.
1506 Foisom st.
FOR sale cheap, all kinds of business wagons;
new and second band. 1603 Foisom st.
FOR sale — Pair of large draught horses. Ad-
dress box 4504, Call office.
WANTED — To buy a stylish horse; also buggy
and harneM. Box 4007. Call office.
FOR sale — Gray horse; weight, 108O; age, 7
years; fine for surrey. 3905 Sacramento et.
FOR sale — 5 second- hand express wagons, one
single truck. 233 Beale st.
GOING out of business; new and second-hand
wagess sold cheap. 1680 Mission st. nr. 13th.
AUCTION sale of horses, wagons and harness
every Wednesday at 11 a. m. 327 Sixth st
WAGONETTES, surrey*, buggies, wagons, har-
ness, work & driving horses. 15th-VaJcncia.
HOTJSES^TO^JjET^
A— PRINTED list of houses to let; send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 20 Montgomery
HOUSES TO LtT — PTJ— JTIS—EP.
OAK, 419 — Completely furnished modern house.
10 rooms. 2 baths, garden and yard.
HOUSES rUBRTSZSD — FOB SALE.
A GREAT bargain — House of 14 rooms; well
furnished; must be sold this week; offer
wanted. 243 Post St. ¦«
House of 8. rooms, neatly furn.: all rented; no
reas. offer refused. 902 McAllister, 1 to 1
NICE furniture 7-rocm house; price $550. 943
Mr Alllster st.
HOTELS.
HOTEL BALTIMORE. 1018 Van Nees av«. —
Thl» first-class hotel, now being conducted on
American plan, especially for famlllee for tha
season or year. Location is unsurpassed. The
equipments are all modern, with every con-
venience. The rooms are large, eunny and
comfortable; cuperb view; furnishings are all
elegant, i'ulslne highest order. H. C. SHAN-
NON, manager, formerly of Hotel Langham,
N. Y.. anil Moana Hotel. Honolulu.
HOUSE-CXEAJTZnO OFFICES.
JAPANESE houEecleanlng company and shoe-
maker. 618 Gough St.; phene Howard 35S3.
lost Agp roTjaro.
LOST— On Halght-st. car. Market st. or In
Emporium, Monday morning, stick pin,
white cameo. Egyptian face se.t In plain gold:
no particular value, save as keepsake: will
pay many times intrinsic value for return.
27 Noe St.. city.
LOST — Tan leather purpe, between iCapp,
Eighteenth and Foisom; contents centrist of
two mnall purses from {5 to $7; also ring
and receipts. Return same to 534 Capp st;
receive reward.
LOST — A passbook with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco in the
1 name of CURTIS A. BOLTON, No. 241-
1466. Th-J finder will please return to bank.
LOST — Elk's tooth emblem, set with diamond,
engraved C. W. L— 218; $5 reward. 1435
Park at., Alameda.
LOST — Female pointer, last Saturday p. m.; 11-
cens* 5&9; reward offered. 311 Montgomery
avenue.
LOST — Sunday, pearl crescent pin; reward.
Return to 408 Front st
LOST — That nightmare or Indigestion; 'twllJ
never be found If you chew CHICLETS.
LOST — A pass book with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco- in the
name of WILLIAM B. CARTER. No. 193-
412. The finder will please return to bank. .
LOST— lady's gold watch, bet Grand Hotel
and ferry: liberal reward If returned to
Grand Hotel. San Francisco.
LOST— Pass book No. 17,616. Please return
to MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK.
—ATTNC— ES FOB — IB E.
C. A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO., foot of Clay
st; for pleasure and business; tel. Bush 534.
— — PICA— , ¦
LADIES who are In trouble, or suffering: from
any ailment peculiar to their sex. can find
Immediate relief by consulting Dr. White,
the only graduate physician In San Fran-
cisco who has devoted a lifetime to helping
women; 17 yeare' experience, without a fail-
ure, has put him at the he^d. He guaran-
tees relief or no Day.
DR. WHITE. 702 Market St.. rooms 7 and 8.
LADIES — Possibly I'm not the cheapest nor
yet the oldeet specialist here, but I am a
RELIABLE graduate physician. When in
trouble confide In me. Irregularities relieved;
the unfortunate helped. I promise best at-
. tentlon and no danger. I guarantee prompt
results or no charge. Call or write. Dr. E.
G. WEST, room 1, 805 Kearny st; hours
9 to 9; established 14 years.
MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe-
male t-oubles and Irregularities; Instant re-
lief guaranteed. 1008 hi Market st, opp. 6th.
MRS. DR. WYETH. \ specialist for all female
complaints and ' irregularities; instant relief
guaranteed; 30 years' experience. 944 Post st
MRS. DR. GOODWIN, well known ladles' spe-
clailat 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.
VALPEAU'S female pills; best 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. . ¦ - -
LADIES suffering from Irregularities, sick or
In trouble, consult Dr. Sylvester, 219 Kearny
et;relief guaranteed; no drugs, no operations.
A word to the wise Is sufficient.
DR. G. W. CDONNELL— AH 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
DR. *nd MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERBS*;
original method of treatment* 1126 Market
LADIES — Kumround; safe, sure, never falls;
$2. Gleason-Ruggles Drug Oo.^Cearny A Clay.
DR. ROSEN, residence 2995 Foisom st. corner
20th; ladies, relief or no fee; $10. -
EI * P WAWTED— FEMALE — Continued.
BUTTONHOLE maker, finisher and machine
girl en vests. «'-41Vi Stevenson «t.
WANTF. D— The fweeU-st girl in town to ask
her confectioner fcr CHICLETS.
TALKNTE£> amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes, 6 p. m. Wednesday ; salary no object
WOMAN, accustomed to business, who can
take training for an Important position.
I Executive, box S77. Call office.
APPRENTICE girl wanted on pants; pay
while learning. «2S Montgomery, room 33.
WANTED — La.iy partner for Portland centen- ,
Rial. <'all at 2^*^ Seventh st.
— 3LP WASTED — — — I— I. '
GOLD AND SILVER.
10 hand miners, north 8 hours, $90.
Cari^nter, m i nc> $-j ,j a y an( j found.
10 cual min«rt>, Oregon.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Gralner. housework, S3 t>0 day.
Millman. furniture factory, city.
15,-cJvktepor and stenographer, ranch.
Farn-er, Sin Luis Oliit=p", SZo to $40 and fd.
Hutcher. country shop. $:J0 and found.
Boy, city factory, $i week.
Cooks, waiters, dishwashers, farm hands,
plowmen, milkers, chortmen and choreboys
Porters, bell and elevator boys.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay et
RANCH FOREMAN.
Working foreman, ranch, south, $35 to $40
and found.
Foreman carpenter, country; concrete fore-
man, north.
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT WORK.
NEVADA. STATE OF NEVADA.
$1 FEE. SHIP TO-DAY. $1 FEE.
20 teamsters. 2 and 4 horses. $75.
GROCERY CLERK.
. Grocery clerk, store near city, $60.
BUTCHER.
Butcher, young man. shop and wagon, far*
25c. $40 and fcund.
MURRAY A READY. C34-630 Clay et
CATTLE BUYER.
Experienced cattle buyer for a large meat-
packing corporation; must have references;
$100 and found.
MURRAY & READY, CJ4-636 Clay st.
LATE SPECIALS.
READ THEM.
Blacksmith, carriage shop. $3 day; black-
smith helper, ranch. $.15 and found; grainer,
near city. $;> 50 da.y; boy to learn painting
trade; boy to learn machinist trade, city.
SEE EOSS HERE.
Carpenter for mine, steady job. see boss
cere, fix); choreman and gardener, see boss
here $30 and found.
BRIDGE CARPENTERS.
Bridle carpenters for Iar<e company, $3 50.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Cook, country restaurant. $t!0 and found;
cock, small house, $35 and found; cook, pri-
vate place on ranch, $35 and found: butcher,
country shop. Ho and found; young man,
butcher orJer wagon, $35 and found; baker,
country boarding-house. $55 and found;
young man for painting, $J» week; middle-
aged man, liquor store. $35.
BENCH HANDS.
3 bench hand?, planing mill, country. $3 50;
5 laborers, near city, no experience. $»50; 3
milkers. Co!u$a County. $35 and found.
M1RRAY & READY. <i»4-»>::6 Clay st.
FOREMEN.
Concrete foreman, see r»r>ss here, good wages;
sloping foreman grartlnE outfit. $3 day.
TRACK FOREMAN.
Track foreman for new R. R., r** boss here,
$4 day.
Foreman, carpenter, concrete forms, Nevada.
MURRAY & READY. R34-636 Clay Bt.
AT C. R. HANSEN A CO.S 429 Bush «t.
2 waiter*, country hotel $30
O!l burner, hctel, city $-0
Gardener ari wife, country. $5<> and house.
C. R. HAKS—S & CO..... 429 Bush st.
8-CHAIR K«c barber shop for sale; rent $12 50;
price $150; taking In from $4.1 to $f>5 week;
2 chairs steady. Address 227 J st., Sac-
ramento. Cal.
TWO sp-c'.alty palemen; first-elaes men enly;
call after 5 p. ra. L. A. NOVELTY CO..
19 Powell st, room 4.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 28 Montgomery, r. 12—
F*cond cook, $17 week, country.
MAN to talce orflers for a newspaper and
printing. Apply 519 Firbert st.
USEFUL, competent German, liquor store;
tend bar; state age and refs. Box 451S, Call.
WANTED — Male sewinj? machine operators for
heavy canvas work. 53 Clay Ft.
BTRONG errand bey. nbout 15 years old. for
wholesale house. Addrecs box 831. Call.
BOYS •wanted, factory: wholesale house. Ap-
ply HULSE-BRADFORD CO., 772 Mission.
WANTED— Every drug clerk to sell CH7.C-
LKTS.
WANTED — One-chair baroer shop: city or
country or opening. Box RS5. Call office.
TOUNO man to learn r.hotneraphy; splendid
proposition offered. SCS 12th St.. Oakland.
WANTED — Cook to take, charge of restaurant
224A Ea«t st., cr 527 Sacramento st.
A GOOD-PAYING barber shop and, laundry
offW for sale; guaranteed. 527 Sacramento.
PARBER wanted; steady. 16S Stevenson st.
corner Tfcird.
EOT wanted: drive doctor; must know city.
Arply 5*0 Hayes st.
WANTED — Young man with $100 for Vgood-
pav-l'.g legitimate business. Box 887, CalL
YOUNG man to learn tailoring; room and
board: smaJl wsgrx. IJXlS Flllmore rt.
$500 — FTEADT man for partner In a No. 1
business; lanr*> profits: eapy to learn. In-
vestigate at 2S3 Fourth st.. barber shop.
BARBERS, ATTENTION !
Wanted — First-class barber-shop doing good
business: 2 to 6 chairs; will pay cash for the
same Address, with full particulars, box
4732. Call office.
MEN — The only original Moler Barber College
teaches barber trade in 8 weeks; wages
earned while learning.
New quarters and new appliances.
Call or write for Illustrated catalogue.
Moler Barber ColleRe, 649 Sacramento st.
Lately moved from Clay st
WANTED — An all around tailor. Apply REISS
BROS. A CO.. 24 Sutter st.
MUSICIANS to Join brass band. 328 Bush
st.. third floor.
BARBER shop for Mile; 3 chairs, rood furni-
ture; a bargain. 262 O'Farrell st
CUTTER wanted; one with experience and of
pood appearance; none but first-class men
need apply. S. N. WOOD & CO., 740 Market
MEN— The barber trade taught free; wage*
alter first week; new method. HAIGHT'S.
€11 Commercial st.
WANTED — Educated gentleman competent for
encyclopedia work; salary $1000; references
required. 47. Academy of Sciences.
WANTED — Men to fill 350 rooms at 20c per
night; clothes closets, hair mattress; electric
light In every room. CSl Howard st - -• ,--
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c
to 60c. 5e3 Mission st.. bet 1st and 2d sts.,
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 *t. Exam. bid. ;open till 0 p.m.
TWO young mtn: barber trade taught free;
wages after first week. 7S1 Mission st.
ERRAND boy to make himself useful In gents'
furnishing store. ROGERSON. 635 Valencia.
! ENERGETIC, reliable men as city and coun-
try agents; steady positions. 247 Fifth st
WANTED — Men to prepare for railway mall
and custom-house positions. Apply for free
catalogue. Pacific Correspondence Institute,
Grant bldg.. 1095 Market st
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics' to know
that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor, has
added 100 new rooms to tha Denver House.
217 Third «t; 250 rooms; 25c to 50c per night.
A FIRST-CLASS tailor; all around tailor as a
• partner. 6&5 Bush #t
MEN. learn the barber trade; tuition free to
I lucky one. 741 Howard st -
i WANTED — Man to learn a «t>od trade; paid
while learning. Call 618 Merchant, st
FOR sale — Well located barber shop; good
transient trade. Box 4881, Call.
BAILORS and ordinary seamen fcr all parts of
_ e world at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart Bt
— ENwanted at 137 3d st. where shoes are re-
paired by machirery; sewed soles 10 mln.. 75c
BAILORS and young men (green hands) for
ehips. HALLBERT. C17 Jackson t
LABOR debts collected; suits, attachments.
Law and Adjustment Co., 328 Montgy.. r.415.
PENSION atty.. _A.Bu!lls. r. 40. Phelan bldg.
' Part Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. O. A. R.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third st. near Mar-
ket — TOO rooms; 35c night; reading rooms;
Ire* 'bum and baggage to and from ferry, t
MOrat^ TO^JLbAM'--Cor.ttnn«d.^
TO salaried people without security; on furni-
ture, indorsed notes and other security. 3.
F. Discount Agency, 143 Phelan bldg.
MONEY to loan at low Interest; gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought
at W. J. HESTHAL'S, 10 Sixth st.
MONEY loaned on diamonds, watches, jewelry;
. confd. Diamond Parlor Jewelry Co.. 722 Mkt.
TO salaried people without security. The White
Co.. 420 California st. rooms 14 and 15.
DON'T borrow money on salary until you see
us. Hutton Credit Co.. 912 Mutual Bank bid*.
STAR Loan Co. of Wyoming loans to salaried
employes. Room 311, Mutual Sav. Bk. bldg.
ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry at 2 per cent
mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank, 53S Kearny.
3 % ON furniture & pianos; $15 up; no removal;
no com. V. TREMATN, room 81. 6 Eddy st
CASH loaned salaried people on notes without
indorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bufldlng.
CHEAPEST and best In America — The Weekly I
Call. 16 pages, sent to any address la the I
United States or Canada one year for JL
MONEY WANTED.
WANTED — $2700; ' first mortgage: . country
property: splendid security; ?H per Cent In-
terest; principals only. Box 873. Call office.
acAjrTBESSES Aanp PH.-OWB.
TO order: renovated, disinfected (formaldehyde
process); excellent carpet cleaning. HOPKB
BROS.. 1482-34 Howard st; phone South 218.
MXWE3 AND VCCJtTNO.
FOR sale — American oil stock; Contra Costa
County. For particulars add, box 432. C— 1.
NTJBSE8.
SECOND ave.. 734. near Fulton — Home and
care for Invalids and for mental and nervous
cases: phone Page 2506.
OFFICES AITS STOBES TO —ET. '
DIAMOND. 819— Store and kitchen; good for
Christmas to make money.
PEBSQyAliS^^^^^^^^
"REXRADIO."
"DRUGLESS" TREATMENT BY "HU-
MANIZED RADIUM" POWER: PAINLESS.
HARMLESS. PLEASANT. RESULTS QUICK,
OFTEN "INSTANT." THE "DEAF" HEAR,
THE "LAME" WALK. "BLIND" SEE;
PAINS, TUMORS.' CANCERS. SUBSIDE;
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,
PARALYSIS. ST. VITUS' DANCE^ ERY-
SIPELAS, LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA, TONSI-
LITIS, GOUT, SCIATICA, DEMENTIA. DIA-
BETES. BRIGHT'S DISEASE. HEART. KID-
NEY. LUNG. LIVER. BRAIN. STOMACH.
ETC.. AFFECTIONS. AND NUMEROUS
OTHER HUMAN ILLS HAVE YIELDED
"PROMPTLY" TO THIS POTENT "H. RA-
DIUM" FORCE (AFTER ALL OTHERS HAD
FAILED). NONE NEED DESPAIR. TERM3
TO SUIT MEANS. READ ADS.. THIS
COLUMN "YESTERDAY" AND "TO-MOR-
ROW." HOURS, 2 TO 7. FREE PUBLIC
LECTURE AND HEALING. 2 AND 8 DAILY.
783% MARKET, COR. FOURTH.
LADIES^ — If you have wrinkles, smallpox pit-
tings, bagglness of eyes or any blemish of
the face, Mme. GlUlngham invites you to
call and Investigate her wonderful and im-
proved method, known to no other in this
city; demonstrator can be seen dally. 143
Stockton st.; write for booklet.
M. ELLA HARRIS, French liquid powder;
gives face, neck and arms the exquisite del-
; lcate tint and texture of alabaster; a great
favorite with actresFes: will not rub off; send
only $1 and teet it for yourself. M. Ella Har-
ris, chemist and fkln specialist. 128 O>ary st.
THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair, im-
proves Its growth.sto.ps falling, cures dandruff
and itching scalp; no stain or stickiness;
cleanses scalp:at drugrg-:ata\h_rdressera'; ac-
cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co., 1338 Pork.
DR. ROWELL' S Fire of Life, a sure cure for
rheumatism, paralyEis, neuralgia, pneumonia,
sore throat, etc. Sold by all druggists for
over 20 years : price 5Oc Manufactured solely
by ROWELL & BROWN. 40 Turk St.. B. F.
FANCY and silk dresses carefully washed.
JAPANB8E FAVORITE LAUNDRY, estab.
1899. 2122 Flilmora et.; phone Geary 2053.
AT less than cost; uncalled for suits, overcoats
and trousers at CHARLES LYONS', London
Tailor, 721 Market st
YOU can buy $75 worth of furniture for $7 50
down and SI 50 per week. T. BRILLIANT
FURNITURE CO.. 840 Post St.. near Powell.
ELECTROLYSIS, magnetism, massage parlors.
MRS. HOLSHOUSER. 320 Starr King bldg.,
121 Geary st.
CHICLETS are splendid in the sickroom^
WANTED— Orders for burnt work. Box 4123.
Call office.
H. ANDERSON, 26 O'Farrell st— Theatrical.
masquerade and carnival costumer.
MRS DR. GWYER 511A Leavenworth st, be-
tween Geary and O'Farrell. Tel. East 697.
SUITS to order on installments of f 1 per week.
NEUHAUS CO., the tailors. 729 Market st. .
ELEGANT *ults to order extra pants or fancy
vests, for $14 75. Fred Wagner, 850 Market.
EASY Installments for Men and Youths. Suits
to order. Co-operative Tailoring. 1117 Mkt.
$1 a week; sults^ to order $15 up. LEMO3. 1127
Market St.. bet. Seventh and Eighth.
BARGAINS In "fine diamonds; easy payments.
P. V. GARIN. 138 Montgomery st.
ONE dollar weekly keeps you In fine clothing.
Art. Tailoring. 1644 Mkt, under St. Nicholas.
Superfluous hair removed; electric needle. Mrs.
Eaton. 3C'.» Sutter. Mies Eaton.233 Geary.r.3S.
TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50; dress pants $2 50.
Misfit Clothing Parlor. cor. Bush -and Dupont
MASQUERADE costumes play books, wigs;
country orders. GOLDSTEIN & CO..733 M4ct.
ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to Its natural color.? 1 at all druggists'.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — TTve Weekly Call.
16 pajres. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
Firat-clnss work, reasonable prices. J. C. RO-
MAINE. 1067 McAllister st; tel. Fell 2403.
PATENTS.
INVENTIONS patented. F. P. MEDINA, at-
torney-at-law. 6 Hobart bid*.. B32 Market et,
PTJBO— ASZXQ A5ESTCX-8.
CLARA E. JEWETT, purchasing agent; coun-
try orders a specialty; correspondence solicit-
ed. 305 Larkin st,. room 49; tel. South 319.
STOP X>BX— '— ISO. t
GUARANTEED cure; send 6O0: tablet form
mailed In plain package: has cured thou-
sands. L. L. C. CO.. 417 Hayward bldg.. 8. F.
TPEWWTI!M_AND SUPPLIES.
I AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington. No. 1
Smith Premier, $25; other typewriters at
bicher and lower prices; rentals $2 50. The
Typewriter Exchange. 636 California st \
2D-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired.
Webster Typewriting Inspec. Co.. 508 Market.
B— A- ESTATE — COTJSTT-Y— -Tor Sal*.
SALE or exchange for city property; sacrifice;
153 acres, Napo. Co.; 60 acres in cultivation:
fruit, vines and grain: fully equipped and
paying ;"besrutlful place; gentleman's home.
SHADBURNE. 403 Montgomery St.
ATTENTION. HOMESEEKERS!
Eend postal for catalogues of the best land
bargains In California. C. M. WOOSTER CO..
048 Market st .
A WEEK'S news for 0 cents^ — The Weekly Call.
~Q r-ntres In wrapper, for malllnr. SI per r»«r.
8—1 MATEO MAL ESTATE.
LOM1TA PARK — On line of San Mateo electrla
ears, 45 minutes from Fifth and Market sts.;
outside the fog belt and lust beyond where
the 6. P. Co.'s bay chore "cutoff" will Jola
the main line; 50- foot lots from $400 up;
terms only $10 down and $10 a month; sewer
and water pipes In front of every lot; pur*
. artesian * well water; 17S lots sold sines
Augukt 1; an exceptional opportunity ft »•-
. cure a lot In this desirable section: ta> '*•
' electric cars and get off at "LOlirTA
PARK" and In ves ttgate; maps sent on ap-
plication.
6ELBY, R0DQERS * CO.,
Tel. Main 673. 118 California «t
BEAL ESTATE TO EgCBAJTQH.
CLEAR Oakland. Berkeley or 8. F. property
for ranches. J. H. EDSO.V. 14-aS Bacon
block. Oakland.
..."•* BANCH TO BENT.
A< SMALL place in the country for rent, suit-
able for. on eld couple; house, with barn and
chicken yard; rent reasonable. -Inquire C20
Grove st . . . ¦"-.
BE A_ ESTATE— CITY — TOB SAX—.
$e000_RENTS las PER MONTH.
Four new separate flats of 4 rooms and bath
each; modern in every respect; large lot. 5U\
100 ft; Mission warm belt, within half bloc*
of the Twenty-fourth-st. cars; pays L. per
cent per annum.
CHEAP WESTERN ADDITION RESIDENCE.
Price only $5000; Eddy st. near Pierce; 2-
story house of 8 rooms and bath; new plumb-
Ing throughout; lot 25x137:8 ft; on car line.
OAK-ST. PARK FRONT LOTS.
Two lots. 25x137:8; on Oak st. between Cole
and Shrader; splendid lots for flats; price
$6000; owner anxious to sell; would make
terms easy; may trade for other property.
PRICE $S200— RENTS $66 PER MONTH.
Lot 27:6x120 to rear street; on the north
line of Fulton st, a short distance west of
Van Ness ave.: 2 houses of -6 rooms each on
Fulton st and 3 flats of 3 rooms each on
Asli ave.
$5750— THREE-FLAT BUILDING— *S750.
Something hard to obtain In the Western
Addition: 3 flats for less than $11,000; we offer
3 flats of 5, 6 and 6 rooms and bath on lot 15x
106:3 In a desirable renting locality in West-
ern Addition: vicinity of MxAllister and Baker
sts.; rents $38S per annum; price $S750.
$3900— RENTS $360 A* YEAR— $3900.
Two flats of 4 and 5 rooms and hath each; in
good condition; lot 25x137:6; on Pine st; a
fine tittle Investment for your money.
BRANCH OFFICE BALDWIN A HOWELL,
Corner H at. and Seventh ave..
Sunset District
Headquarters for Property North and South
of the Park.
Agents for Parnassus Heights, from First to
8eventh aves. and from H to Pernassus ave. A
perfect residence site.
$1400 "and upward — Beautiful residence lots
in this district facing Golden Gate Park;
bituminized streets, cement sidewalks, fina |
view; elegant homes going- up rapidly.
$1000— Choice home lots on 21st ave.. on car
line and fronting Golden Gate Park; $150 cash,
$1C per month. Only a few left See them
to-day. ¦ JL.
$25O-$300— Boulevard lots between M and N.
facing the ocean; $50 cash. $5 per month.
$550 and upward — Grand marine view lots on
Sutro Heights Addition. adjoining Sutro
Heights Golden Gate Park and the Pacific
Ocean. The most beautiful suburban residence
tract In this city. Nothing to equal it on the
market. Handy to three car lines. Your own
terms.
$75 and upward— Lots scattered throughout
the Sunset and Richmond districts. It pays
you to call on us before buying a lot.
. $4150—2 beautiful 6-room homes; new. mod-
ern and up-to-date: terms.
$3400— Two colonial residences, elegantly
finished; 7 rooms, social hall, finished base-
ment, etc. ; '•
$6000— Two colonial residences, well built
and of modern architecture; on the choicest
avenue of Parnaesus Heights; 28-feet frontage.
See them. Your own erms.
We have cottages and houses of 3 or more
rooms from $1000 upward. See us. Our
phaeton and salesman always on hand to
show you around. -
Call on BALDWIN & HOWELL,
Branch Office,
Corner H and Seventh ave.. Sunset.
SOME MORE SOLD.
$1 2S PER WEEK.
NO INTEREST. NO TAXES.
Choicest lots. Excelsior Homestead Tract;
-' level as a billiard table; on grade; close to
fine school and Mission-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 children
one tor Christmas.
W. J. WHITE.
86 Montgomery st. r. 8. Phone Mala 5704.
$2750— LARGE 8-room house. 47 Arlington st:
could be made Into flats with very little
expense; near Mission and Guerrero st cars;
$1750 mortgage can stand. D. COFFIN, 2528
MIesion st, near Twenty- first.
~~- SNAP— FOR SALE
Lot 50x100; prfce $600; Felton et. between
Ean Bruno ave. and Glrard st. San Francisco.
Inquire Owner. 611 _ Broadway.
FOR sale— 3 colonial houses. S rooms, bath
and basement; beautifully finished, up to
date and sunny; east side of Tsnth ave., near
I it. Sunset Hallett & Gee. on premises.
MODERN cottages of 4 and 5 rooms; on terms
same as rent. Apply owner, lumber yard,
corner Army and Condon sts.
$1400— TERMS If «J«sired; 36- foot front; block
of 19th and Valencia; street work compltta.
The Dolan Co.. 1607 Market, opp. Franklin.
A $2000 HOME built to suit you. 1C Included,
any location, on $1 25 per week. Mum al
Home Building Association. 427 Crossley bid.
$3500— COTTAGE. 5 room* and bath; Vermont
St.. near 25th: bargain. Box S61. Call office.
A NEW B-room residence Just completed. See
owner. 625 Seventh ave., Richmond.
MODERN bathrooms fitted up; estimates.
Ahlbach. A Mayer. Plumbers. "S36 Howard st
HOUSES built cheap; plans, free. Builder.
43« Parrott building.
—AYWABDSJBEA— ESTATE^^^
14 ACRES, with small house, good barn,
chicken-houses, plenty of wood and water;
near town: $3500.
6}j acres; 5-room house, barn. 6 or 7 chicken-
houses. 2 brooder-houses with heaters; yards
fenced with wire fence; horse, buggy, har-
ness, cow, .'500 fine young chickens: part land
in fruit: fine vUw; ntar town: $1350 can re-
main en mortgage: only $3500.
25 acres, with tt-room two-story house, barn,
well, windmill and tank: several acres tn
fruit and vines; Dlenty of wood and water;
2 H miles from town; $4500.
Unimproved acreage and town property of
every description. Call or address P. WI_>
BERT, Haywards. Cal.
OAKLAND APVEBT'S'M'Ta
OFFICE, 101 Q BROADWAY.
OA__ AND BEAIt ESTATE.
DR. MERRITT ESTATE PROPERTT FOR
SALE.
We have been appointed exclusive agents by
the trustees of the Samuel Merritt Hospital
for the sale of all the property belonging to the
said hospital and fronting on Jackson, Madl-
scn. Oak. Twelfth and Thirteenth sts.. includ-
ing "The Willows," on Oak st, extending; back
to Lake Merritt, recently under option to the
city of Oakland for park purposes; also the
Merritt homestead. "*_
We have both Improved, and unimproved
properties to offer; most desirable residence
properties In Oakland.
FOR PARTICULARS CALL AND SEE US.
J. H. MACDONALD & CO..
1032 Broadway.
CLEARANCE SALE OF BANK PROPERTY.
We have been exclusively authorized to sell I
on easy terms the remaining Oakland proper-
ties* acquired by the
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION
under foreclosure of mortgage.
We will sell these properties at figures far
below the present market rates. If you want
a bargain call or write us for particulars.
J. H. MACDONALD A CO..
1062 Broadway.
BELDEN' S BARGAINS.
$750 — Choice corner lot on Frultvale ave.;
60x123; a snap. /
$3100— Reduced from {3250: pretty 6-room
cottage and lot 40x100. on* Adeline, near 12th.
$320O— Another pretty 8-room cottage and
lot 35x100; nicely located; about ten minutes'
walk from business center.
13250 — Fine 6-room cottage and lot 45xlOO
on Jones st. near Telegraph ave; very central.
$2500— Reduced from $2900: pretty shingle
bungalow of 5 rooms, all modern, and lot 30x
120; near Thirty-sixth and West sts. and
Key Route depot; easy terms.
$2375- Handsome new .1-room cottage and
lot 31x100: near Thirty-fourth and West sts..
and Key Route depot: easy terms. BELDEN
REAL ESTATE, 1112 Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND PROPERTY FOR SALE.
$2400— Reduced from $2900; owner and
builder financially embarrassed: must sell;
cottage of 5 rooms, bath; all modern con-
veniences, with 9-foot basement, constructed
so as to be made Into a flat of 5 rooms
more: lot large and sunny; right near Key
Route station at Fortieth and San Pablo;
only 27 minutes to Sao Francisco; terms, $330
cash, balance mortgage at ¦ low rats of In-
terest. Remember, the house Is new. mod-
ern; first-class. First come first served.
J. S. MYERS, 1002 Broadway. Oakland.
$5500— AN elegant 8-room house and modern
bath and lot fiOxlCO; all improved In lawn
and 'cement walks; house is elegantly car-
peted and mostly furnished with first-class
furniture; positively a sacrifice. See owner.
R. E. CALLAHAN. 26 Montgomery »t
OAKLAND ADVERT'S'-ITS
•s' OA__AXn> BEA— ESTATE.
$730 CASH.' balance to suit buyers; neat cot-
tage, unfinished. 4 rooms; 10 lot.t. ¦_'."...¦::.:,
all fencej; immense shale and fruit trees;
stately oaks ar.J laurel; nicely sheltered frcrn
fegs and winds: near cars and high grade
school; in an Meal spot for a retired home;
soil deep, sandy loam; adjoining Eaat OaJc-
land: price all told. $1750; this 1» a rare bar-
gain. Call or send for circular. 455 Seventh
st., cpp. Broadway station. Oakland; car-
riage free. H. Z. JONES, owner.
=
AN exceptional opportunity to secure a strictly
up-to-date anil first-class apartment-hou*-.
centrally located, on a prominent corner; larg^
net Income, which can be increased; long
lease; parties with highest references only
need apply. HARRY L. HOLCOMB, 314
San Pablo ave., Oakland. Cal. ,
BARGAIN— Beautiful 7-r. home In Piedmont;
fine neighborhood; good location: near car
line: will sell cheap: must be seen to bo ap>
predated. Apply to E. MORRIS. 675 36th st.
TWO lots. 25x100. with cottage In North Oak-
land, close to Key* route power-house and 2
blocks to local train: only $1000; investlgat#
this. Inquire 2405 Telegraph ave.
rTTRirTTTTBE TOB waT.11.
TO-MORROW the day for bargains In furnN
ture. H. Schelhaas^-llth st.cor.store.Oak'.and
BERKELEY ADVERT'S'STS
BERKE1ET ItELAL ESTATE. *
____
—$3500—
A CHOICE horn* on Delaware st, Berkeley: 9
rooms and bath; lot 40x133; new and modern;
sunny exposure; fine viaw; easy terms ot
payment it desired; no trouble to- show prop-
erty.
REALTY BONDS AND FINANCE CO. (_«.).
1172 Broadway, corner Foul 'taaath «c,
Oakland.
$3000 — NEW 2-story 6-room house; 'lot 40x113;
$400 cash, balance $-0 per month; one block
from station; one block to cars.
$1500 — Four acres. 3 blocks of station: not
far out: well worth $25<X). MORAN A
SWAIN, opp. Berkeley station.
$1SCO— HERE Is a snap. You pay for the housa
what It. is worth and y u get the lot. 2oxl5t>.
free at a local station across the bay; store
and 2 living rooms below. 6 living room*
above. Box 409. Call office,
BERKELEY — House to lease on large corner
lot; 12 rooms: every convenience; abundance
of trees, flowers, fruit; best location: near
College ave.; near electric line: rent $Uk>.
Address J. S. B.. Berkeley P. O. -
$3150 — NEW, mooerc, 7-room house: 15 min-
utes from North Berkeley station: hi<b
ground; fine view. R. A. BERRY A CO..
Postofflce block. Berkeley.
San Francisco Advertisem'ta
BOOKS rOB_BOTJS_S-PX2rO.
A SUNNY floor of 3 rooms, alcove and bath:
completely furnished; Extern exposure; 5
minutes' walk to Kearny st. Phone Main
3055. or apply afternoon 13C9 Taylor st
BRYANT. 444 — 2 sunny rooms, nicely fur-
nished for housekeeping, with gas-
CLAY. 1615. nr. Polk^-Large front suite: un-
furnished: housekeeping; 1 front single room,
DOLORE3. 9S4. near " Twenty- third — Two
sunny furnished housekeeping rooms.
EDDY. 804 — Two «nn^, housekeeping room*
FIFTEENTH, 2136. north Market— 3 unfur-
nished rooms; renovated; adults.
FOLSOM. 1107B— Front and back parlor for
housekeeping; gas, bath.
FRANKLIN. 20—20 Sunny furnished rooms,
single or for housekeeping.
GEARY. 1225 — Completely furnished suite for
housekeeping, bath, etc.; atso 3-room cot-
tage with yard; $21 per month.
GOLDEN GATE ave., 631 — Nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms.
JESSIE. 323 — Large front parlor, gas range. 3
beds. $3 75 wk.; other rooms. $3 and $175.
KEARNY. 104 — Bay window front suite and
kitchen; $20; sunny; adults; references.
LARKIN. 819H— Nice sunny furnished rocm;
every convenience for housekeeping: $12 mo.
KENILWORTH. cor. Bush and Powell — Three-
room sunny apartments: ste^m heat; oen. loc
KNICKERBOCKER Apartments. 1S4O Pine —
Sunny furnished 3-room suites; steam heated,
electric lighted; free baths: rates reasonable)
NATOMA, 7« — Sunny front room, well fuxnlsb,-
ed for housekeeping.
OAK. 117 — Complete for housekeeping, $3 to
$12: gas range; hot bath; adults.
O'FARRELL. 122»— Newly furnished house-
keeping rooms: suites or single: reasonable.
POST. 962— Sunny front suite $15; pleasant
single rooms *5, $*, $10; gas. phone.
SACRAMENTO, 1490— Front sunny furnished
housekeeping suites. $15 to $25 per month.
SANCHEZ. B09. near Eighteenth— Large, sun-
ny sitting-room, alcove bedroom, kitchen;
reasonable.
SCOTT. 300. near Halght— 2 or 3 extra sunny
housekeeping rooms; low price.
TENTH. 306^ — Three completely furnished
housekeeping rooms: new fiat; hot and cold
water; electric lights and gas free; $23 50.
THE LAUNSTON. 110 Eddy— Newly furnish-
ed; best transient bouse. In city; 50c. $1.
THIRD, 314 — 2 parlor suites. $12; 1 rocm. $8:
quiet folks 1 enly; private family.
THIRTEENTH, 174 — S tinfurnlshed rooms for
housekeeping ;> adults; $10. —
TREAT ave., 676, near Twentieth— Two sunny
rooms furnished for housekeeping; $12 &<>.
TURK. 834 — Sunny alcove room for house-
keeping with running water, kitchen and
grate; reasonable^
TURK. 16<X5 — Three large, nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms; sunny; bath, porch,
stationary tubs; $12 month.
VAN NESS, 232 — Nicely furnished snnny front
bay-window corner; separate kitchen; $1$.
WALLER. 71 — Regular dining-room and
kitchen of new house; fine view; sun all day.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office. cor.Duncan and Church «t».
A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has been
opened at 1008 Market sC. opposite FU— .
Open until 11 p. m.
APABTBCEKT HOTJ3X3.
THE Everett Apartment3, S29 Fell. nr. Fill-
more — Most elegant apartments in city: %
and 5 rooms, furnished and unfurnished; sun
all day; elevator, telephone; $35 up.
COLE. 405C— Sunny furnished 4-room apart-
ment: piano: very desirable: references.
ROOMS TO IET — Turn, and TJnfnrB.
ATKINS, cor. Third st. and Park lane — New
brick building; all sunny rooms: hot and cold
water; electric lights; only first -class house
In locality; rooms $1 50 week and up.
A— BRUNSWICK house. 14S Sixth St.— P.ocma
25c to $t per night $1 25 to 15 per week and
light housekeeping rooms; open all night
AT "The Almonte." 873 Market st. (or No. 1
Fifth st->— Rooms, 25c. 50e. $1. $1 50 night;
$1 50 to $10 week; house cpen all night
i AVON* 473 Geary — New house. Just opened ;
suite and sine!* rooms; private baths; spe-
cial rates to tourists. -
AKDELL HOUSE, 15 Page— Large furnished
rooms. $1 25. $1 50 week; housekeping. $2 up.
BELMOXD House; over Owl drux stoje: 2 en-
trances, lr-'tt Market ami 21 Turk— Electric
lUhta; rur.nlns water In every room; * -O
I rooms; 25c to Cue per night; $1 20 to $3 week.
BRYANT, 51S — I sunny 'unfurnished roonn;
sunny; rear; rent $9. __^^________
CALIFORNIA 12SJ — Nice, sunny room; run-
ning water, 'larga closet; gentleman or !aay.
EDDY. 210 — Two front *unny rooms, suitabl«
for 2 gems, cr man and wife.
EDDY. 404— Large bav-wircti;>w NE. cor. suit*
or single room; quiet, private flat; sun all
day. ¦ __ m
FIRST. 317— Small front furnished «_y
rocm.
MXSCZ:— LANE OUS — FOB SAX-.
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 & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with claterite. 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 sale — 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. 253-2. r >5 Spear st
A— THE (P. J. .Co.) California virgin gold
wedding rings for sale by the PORTLAND
' JEWELRY CO.. 25 Stockton st.
FOR sale — Automobile delivery wagon; good
as new; cheap. Call A. FODERA'S, 520
Montgomery st
REPUTABLE place to j-ent 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
charges. 11 8d st. Exam, bid.; catalog free.
DIAMONDS and Jewelry on small weekly or
monthly pay menu. DEREMER'S. 137 Mont-
gomery st. room 12. upstairs.
$40 — A FINE hammerless 10-gaugs shotgun;
cost $250 new In England. 892. Lombard St.,
6 to 8 p. m.
LEAKY roof? No. If painted with BURNETT
Paint Co.'s paint A word to the wise Is
sufficient. 306 Parrott building.
PEDIGREED collie pups; sell or trade; what
have you? 4S46 Nineteenth st; Castro cars.
WANTED — Buyer for second-hand furniture,
books and clothing. 105 Fifth st, room 10.
TOWEY'S furniture polish removes spots and
stains; free delivery. 370 Fell st.
SELLING our roller-canaries and others at
reduced crices. 31CS Sixteenth st.
INVALIDS' reclining rolling chair. $10. 176
Colllngwood st.. near Eighteenth and Castro.
DEEP- WELL drilling outfit; ft earn power.
William Edward & Co., Ill-Fremont st.
STOVES disconnected and connected; $2 50;
plumbing.gasflmg.409 McAlllster;tel.Mlnt 3056
GAS engines, centrifugal pumps; highest grade;
lowest prices. Price Pump Co.. 523 Market st
Wallpaper, S^c; paint. $1 gal.; painting, whit-
ening. Meriga.n.1302 Webstentel.Stelner 3671.
SAFES and cash registers, new and second-
hand. L FREEMAN. 1323 Market st
2D-HAND bldg. material; lumber, door, sash,
plumb, material. Th» Dolan Co.. 1607 Mrkt
FULL line of drummers* samples In grips and
trunks; for tale cheap at 25 Stockton st
AN elegant fealskin for sale for $75. SE-
CURITY LOAN ft TRUST CO.. 21 Stockton.
ELEGANT diamond ring, $50; terms $5 per
month. P. V. GARIN. liS Montgomery st,
ROOMS papered. $4 up: tinting, painting.
Hartmann Paint Co.. 319 Third :tel. Main 413.
DESKS bought, sold and exchanged. T. D.
McCarthy Co.. S07 Mission st. : tel. South 811.
MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental;
bargains. Bullaxd * Breck. 131 Post st
SAFES— New and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 307 Battery St.
GASOLINE engines, automobiles and launches;
all Fire*. J. E. DOAK. 46 Fremont st.
MIS CELL ArrXOTJB WARTS.
AAAAAA — Buys any amount food second-hand
clothing 1 ; special price for fancy ladles' and
men's clothes. 022 Foisom: tel Foisom 3522.
AAAAA — Highest prices for ladles', gents' caat-
off clothtug.Tel. Davis 825. 650 Sacramento st
DIAMONDS and precious atones bought for
cash. KARL EBER & CO.. room 405. Ad-
ams bldg., 206 Kearny at ; phone Black 3030.
WANTED— Store In good location for saloon
business. Box 820, Call.
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and
theatrical goods. 154 Oth st : tel. Je«sl« 8916.
Levy & R*dler. highest price for gents' cast-off
clothing, shoos; tel. Red 1544. 615 Washington.
MUSICAL I27BTKUMEKTS.
ARISTOCRAT among pianos— the Gabler;.
oldest, exclusive, high-class piano In Amer-
ica; over 60,000 sold in the past 50 years.
HEINE PIANO CO., 235-237 Geary it., S.
F.; 1252 Broadway. Oakland: manufacturers
of the Peerless Heine; largest stock and
greatest variety; Installments and rents $2
up; prices from $25 to $1000.
A FEW GENUINE UPRIGHT BARGAINS:
Museard— Small upright, fine order.
Fischer— Fine order, very reasonable.
Sterling — Mahogany case; used 1 year.
Chlckering— Mahogany case, perfect order.
Weber — Mahogany case. 3 pedals, like new.
from $95 up: easy payments; all guaranteed.
BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16 OFarrell «t.
BEAUTIFUL new upright pianos for rent, $3
per month: one year's rental allowed If pur-
chased. SCOTT-CURTAZ. B60 Hayes st.
ELEGANT upriRhts.new & 2d-hand.$45 to $500.
Pierce' s Piano Factory. Market & 14th sts.
FOR gale — Cheap; talking machine. Victor,
with 75 records. 1363 San Bruno ave.
ELEGANT $400 piano for $150; private party.
301 Eddy st
$90— UPRIGHT grand, nearly new; a snap.
HORNUNG. 216 McAllister st. .
KOHMEH. Byron Mauzy pianos, Cecelia n piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post st
NEW upright pianos sold on $5 monthly pay-
ments. SCHMITZ & CO.. 16 McAllister st
3-PEDAL Stelnway up; Chlckering baby Rrar.d;
Phonlnger. little used. Keeffe's. 2S5 O'Farrell.
A WEEK'S news for B cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. SI per year
MONEY TO Z.OAIT.
— M A^Sa^Xn^T^AjT^'c^MPANY^ '(IncTP^
...ANY AMOUNT TO LOAN
INTEREST 6V6 AND 6 PER CENT
CITY. OAKLAND, TOWN AND COUNTRY
PROPERTY
Second mortgages, life insurance policies, es-
tates In probate, undivided Interests in prop-
erty, probate realty loans, stocks and bonds.
legacies and - undivided Interests in property
purchased.
MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY
Bolt* 107-108 Crocker bldg. ; phone Main 6924.
AAA— HERMAN MURPHY.
601-602-603 Examiner building.
Quick settlements; no 'disappointments.
Save expenses by dealing directly.
Estate, second mortgages, ' undivided Inter- '
cits, 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. .
WILL LOAN
A reasonable amount on
1st, 2d or 3d
Mortgage, on real estate or
Chattels, In city, town
or country. :.-.:..
Low rate of Interest
Give full particulars
of property or chattels.
Location, etc.
Box 490. Call office.
SALARY LOANS— ~
Money loaned salaried people without secur-
ity or Indorsement, knowledge of employer or
any one.* 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 Geary, room 38.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry, at 1
per cent Interest. Baldwin Jewelry Store.
906 Market; tel. Mala 1644. Branch 19 Third.
MONEY loaned 'to salaried people, retail mer-
chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without
security: aaay payments; large business in 46
principal cities. Tolman, 653 Parrott bids;.
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 loaned on salaries without
security; diamonds -or chattels: no fee; no
com. ; cut rate. Cal Loan Co., 523 Parrott hid.
1 1 PER cent on furniture or pianos; no removal;
no commission; no publicity; $23 up; quick,
quiet confidential. 20 Montgomery st, no. 21.
MONEY, chattels,' other propositions. Barman &
. Hal L room 1213 Call bldg; phone Mala 3214. '
FLATS TO LET.
I i'("'-T"Sns and fiat* to let: an Immense list:
service absolutely free: take advantage o f
!M( dejiaitment; it wiil save you time and
trouble. Cordes Furniture Co.. 2_-S9 Geary
bt., oa the s«uare.
liTTAGES. houses and flats to let; every de-
FiT^bie vacant place tn San Franci««co on
• •¦j.r httf. service absolutely free; let us find
:cu a x > 'ao p : ccme in ar.d let us know what
¦¦ • 1 you war.t tn pay and the locality: "we |
.: ¦ the rest." Sterling Furniture Company, 1
lf-^ Market ft., opp. McAllister. _
3C8OCE ave.. 257. near Market— Elegant new
modf-rn Cat (middle). « rooms, bath, etc.;
?32 60; key upstairs.
NEW" building; 2 elegant modern flats; 5
rooms. $30; ii rooms and attic, $35. Golden
Gate ave. and Central ave.
KIJ-IP. h~_— 2 large parlors and kitchen for
pttj-sAdan, hairdresser or milliner; $30; re-
cently finish«*d. ;.¦ ¦
KECT 5-rocm fiat; price IU75O: up to date; east
side of Central ave.. between Golden Gate
s»ve. and McAllister Et.
f-nCOND-Etory Cat; 7 eunny rooms and bath-
room; 2 attic rooms and bssementj marine
view. 142S Green St.. near Van Ness ave.
1 LEGANT up-to-date new flat«. 31OS-10-12
Clay St.. near Baker; 7 and S moms; l.ght
euany. well fin.; beam celllng-s; rent reduced.
I-ARKIN, 19"<"> 19"6. 1044. near Broadway-
New modem 'flats. 7 and 8 rooms; rent re-
duced to $00. $C5. $37 50.
HYDE. 1731— Flat. 4 rooms and bath.
CAETRO. €73. near 20th — Modern sunny flat,
6 rooms. Ftable or without stable, reasonable.
n«AT of 7 susrsy ro<?ms and bath; Mission
warm belt. 34'5 Clth St., bet Capp-Howard.
FOURTEENTH, 12SB. cor. Ehotwell— Bay-
wtcdow 2at; « sur.r.y rooms; bath: $27 50.
HARRISON. 2S11. near 21st — 4 jootaa and
ts"l:. modern and sunny; rent $17.
IH'GO. &31. near S'.txh ave. — New sunny mod-
em flat; tinted; near Park; $25.
.TINIPER. 3SH. b»t- Tenth and Eleventh, off
- r.\ — 4 nice rooms; low rent
NHW modern upper furry Cat. 5 rooms aod
bath; rent $22 TiO. 3*23 Twenty-fourth st
NICE Fanny upper flat: gTand marine view; 6
rooms, bath; SE. cor. Jones and Broadway.
TT"RK. lf05-I509. ct. St°ln»r — Mod. upper cor.
f.at. « rooms, bath. $*.>; 5 rooms, bath. $25.
TTPElt Bat, 7 rooms and bath. 850 Hairht
ttreet.
LARGEST list cf hTOs»e and flats to let Call
rn LYON & HOAG. 116 Montgomery et.
A WEEK'S news for 8 cents — Th« 'Weekly Call.
lfi r«r<*<« lr. wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
FIATS TO _ gT-— jyOBaiggEp.^
]"L\T o? three large rur.ny rooms, coal and
ge* range, bath. !srge yard; 120. 4226
Twenty-f Ixth et., Castro st. cars.
DIAMOND. *::*— Flat of 3 sur.r.y furnished
rocms; hot ard coid water.
r_s_arcT*T..
THE REALTY SYNDICATE.
CaplUJ paid In $4.«0O.0OO 00
Surplus SH0.KO1 bfl
bsaei
Six ser eent
Znve»tir.ert Certificates
At rar.
OTflc^— No. 14 Sersome street.
6&n FTsnelsco, Cal.
IX'VT risk your money "in questionable vent-
ures when you can tbtaln "First Mortgage
Go'.d Bonds" (first lien on downtown business
property) paying a good rste cf interest and
ci> secure ar Government bonds; single bonds
$500 00 each; interest parable quarterly; at-
torneys seeking invertmentg for clients and
trustees of estate* should lnve*tirate this at
one*. "Bends," 39 Crocker building.
EtTCE^SFVL money >nd»rs will s.-wn open
arxther. office and offer an Interest and po-
t tier: »o the right man who can furnish
part cf lo&r.able funds as wanted; this Is
an exceptional opportunity to establish a
FOB&C man in a sound business, much like
tanking: references required. Address box
IMS. CalK office.
''.ANTED— To purchase Realty Ej-n«1icate
oertlflrate*. MANHATTAN LOAN COM-
PANY. 107-108 Crocker building.
COMPANIES formed; mining cr patents: stock
eoid: rtrorg EtM"rn connections: advice free.
~rlt» A. F. HARAPZTHY. 522 CroM'.ey Mr.
ri'UNlTUES WAS'l'IIP.
ABE LEVY.
&Ue«rrvwn. 1135 Market et. Tel. Jessie 761.
Don't sell your furniture, carpets, office fur-
rJfare, «tc. until you get his estimate.
"ILL pay 20 per cent more for furniture than
dealers or will *«11 on commission. L. H.
BURD. au«v. l»»fl Market; phon* Jessie 233fl.
CALL on Alfred Wollp^rt, 773 Mission st. b*-
for» eeiling your furniture, rh^ne Red 4462.
2*U_3MTU_22 FOB BAIiB.
HENRY MAYER pays behest prices for fur-
niture, carpets, etr. 7S2 Mission; tel. Bush 613
AN offer wanted on furniture of nine-room flat.
178 Oak ct.. near Gough.
JTELP^ WAJTSD— PEMAIJL
COOK for small restaurant $30
Cock, no w_sh. Mill Valley $30
C'*ck. ranch. Iieclcia $25
Cock ar.d downstairs work, city $30
2 colored girU, housework $20
Becor.d girl. Ross Valley $25
Cfcair.bcr__d and laundress .........$25
3 second girls $20 and $25
Hcwteketper lor city «20
V7>«_'.rs girl and nurse *2O
House-work. Of—land *25
2 womn, with a child, country $20 and *23
Hous*work, Mountain View $23
40 general housework girls, city and coun-
try 120, $25 and $30
Apply to J. F. CROSBTT A CO.. 334 Sutter st
A — "WANTED — Girls to learn halrdreesinj:.
manicuring, etc. ; trade taught from A to Z
in 2 weeks: tuition SS to those entering now;
three positions to fill Immediately; positions
sruaraoteed at $10 per week up; leading
school in West. 233 Geary St.. room IS.
VT ANTED — Girls to learn millinery now for
fall M-ason; both reasons taught from start
to Cr.l*h In one month for $5; positions ac
trimmers, calesladies, makers, guaranteed at
•10 per week up; 7 positions to be filled Im-
mediately. Parlors, 143 Stockton st. r. 13.
JL — PACIFIC College teaches hairdressing.
manicuring, electric massage, etc.; six hours'
practice a day; guarantees petition* ; only
recognized college of its kind on coast: day
end evening classes ; all parlor work at re-
duced prices. 133 Powell st. £
' ____
FOTTR rood waitresses, call early; an A-No. 1
Ftenofrapher. call early; ail girls call and
leave jour name*; no register fee. Rooms
<S12-«13 Grant building.; phone South 104.
REMUNERATIVE employment moderate *al.
arr and liberal commissions for a limited
number of ladles; must be well dressed, well
«-dur<ue<! and good conversationalists. Apply
fiurtrir afternoon, room 521. Starr-King bldg.
WANTED — Bxperleaced saleslady for laces.
Apply superintendent's office. The Em-
I'rio.
APPRENTICE eirl wanted on pants; pay'
while learning. €28 Montgomery st, room
3.1. fourth floor.
TAILOKEES and apprentice on custom coats;
steady work; good pay. 533 Natoma st
_____ ,
AVAITRESS at 1338 Market St.
OIRL fr>r general housework; wages $20. 720
Cole t
YOUNG girl to assist with light housework
end baby; sieep home. 1702A Sacramento.
LADIES for steady home employment: $8 to
*12 weekly. Emma £preckels bldg., 827 Mar-
ket St., room €18.
VOL'NG ladles to study for the stare! Box
•97, Call office. ,
Thoroughly experienced salesladies
for ribbena, lsres and fancy goods depart-
ment*. Bex &06. Call efflce.
EXPERIENCED and Inexperienced bindery
rirlfi. Apply at SANBORN. VAIL & CO "6
741 Market st.
APPRENTICES and eood makers wanted In
gilllln*ry store. 632 McAllister «t
- -
'WUL at silk factory. 31 Jessie street.
A YOUNG erlrl to leaan con«>tmaklng. Apply
Patent Corset. 15*3 Sacramento st
TOUNG woman for housework and to tend 'to
Invalid. 712 Sixth St.. Oakland.

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