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FLATS TO LET— rURKTSHED.
d,EOANTLY furnished 12- room flat: dears \ £50: fur.r.y ; centrally located; bargain. Box sece. call. _____ — — ——^— — — — -^^___^_^^__ I .JONES. 1652 — To let small furnished upper i corner flat, five rooms and bath; very sunny; ; ran 4 marine view; adults only. ;;I.EGANTLY; ;l.EGANTLY furnished 7-room comer upper fist or part; rent moderate. . 287 Webster St., 11 to 4. MCALLISTER, £B—28 — 2 or 8 sunny connecting room.*, Ist flaor; gas, bath, yard; 8 rooms for s&le. . HAMPTON pL, 7, off Howard, nr. Bd Sunny bay-w.ncow fiat of 8 rooms, nicely ■ furn. SUNNY 6-room flat, furnished; rent $40" 1128 j Turk st., near Jefferson Square. SUNNY flat, 7 rooms and bath, gas razure* agtilts. 43S Fourteenth st - n>ATS fob sale— rjra.msKso.~~ NEW DOWNTOWN~CORNER FLAT ' Oa Eddy st. for eale; Axmlnster carpets \ throughout mahogany and maple furniture. j every- ! complete, dishes, range, etc; !n ' . us* only one month; rooms rented pay $40 ' over rent; 2 best rooms reserved; rare i chance; occupants to take larger house; must | sell; credit If <Je«ired. Apply STERLING FURNITURE COM- PANT. 1035 MARKET ST.. opp. McAllister. A — FLAT furnished for sale, $83. 617 Bteven- •on st . FCRNITURT of sunny flat for sale; 7 rooms and bath: cheap. 1899 Ellis St., cor. Scott. KEATS WANTED. FLAT waated. ■ 124: Market st _^ -Tn_,sTTir_tE WANTED. j "WE'LL GET YOUR BUSINESS"— We pay ■ the most money for furntlure. carpets, office I fitting*, merchandise ana nouses. MARK J. j .LEVY AUCTION CO., 1321 Market at, be- j tween »th and 10th. Phone South 17». ABE LEVY. Salesroom. 1135 Market st Tel. Jessie 761. j • Don't sell your furniture, carpets, offlce fur- ' niture, etc., . until you get his estimate. HENRY MAYER pay» highest prices for fur- niture, carpets, etc. 752 Mission; tel. Bush 81«. | CALL on Alfred Wollpert. 773 Mission at. be- | • fore Belling yoor furniture. Phone Red 4402. FUKHITUKE TO* SAJuE. j 178 WILL buy the furniture of a 6-room flat on Eighth st Apply A. J. TAIT. 1528 Sev- • enth st. Oakland. ■__ ; A couch $2. bedlour.ge *2 80: furniture bought, ©old. exchanged. Ar.dtTson's.l9Turk:telSouth 888 QUARTERED oak bedroom set lounge, chairs, •to. Apply 16&6 Geary St.; no dealer*. FOR sate — Furniture of 3-room flat; cheap, j SS3-; U;r.na el gELP — rEMAXIi. 4 COOKS. German style. $30. $35. $40. Cook. American family washing. $30. 2 cooks, email private boarding-house. 130. Maid aad seamstress. $90. Upstairs girl and nurse. $26. Parlor maid and waitress, $25. 2 second girts. $20-$25. Mac and wife, country hot*!. 575. Laundress for country hotel. $26. Char. barmaid and waiting, country. $28. 1 2 nurseglrls, city. $20-425. Working housekeeper, Berkeley. $25. And ■-.her places too many to advertise; call Monday. J. F. CROSETT * CO.. BS4 But- ter st '.";/ ■*■_• AT C R. HANSEN & CO.'S. Phone Oraat I*B. Fancy lroner. also body Iron or. $35 month and found and overtime, each free fare, country hotel laundry. Waitresses and chambermaids, city and country hotels, $25- $20. ■ Cooks housegirls. second girls. nursssrlrts. C R.HANEEN & CO 429 Bush st WANTED A number of women and girls to work packing asparagus in country; far* \ paid See J. F. CROSDTT * CO.. 834 But- ter st GIRLS to learn halrdreselng, manicuring, mas- rage, etc; from A to Z In 2 weeks; tuition $5 to those entering now; 5 positions to fill Immediately; guaranteed $12 wk. up: day and eve. class. College 233 Geary st, room 13. j WANTED— GirIs to learn millinery trade for j spring: 2 seasons from start to finish in one tao. for $7 50; positions guaranteed $15 wk. cp; 8 positions to be filled at once; day and • eve class. School 143 Stockton st. room 13. A— LEARN at Pacific Halrdressinir School; - *>.■ - trade, halrdressing, manicuring, mas- sacre, etc.: positions waiting, $10 a week up; cay and evening classes. 133 Powell st LADIES — Every afternoon this week from 1 to 4, MADAM BORETN win give free demonstrations and free samples of the fa- mous ekln cleanser and purifier "HOKARA" at MOLER 1 S HAIRDRESSING COLLEGE. 649 Sacramento at . hairdress:ng. manicur- ing and facial massage free; trade taught in 4 weeks: call or write. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVER. ( itT.T.* JUMPERS AND COATS; NO EX- i PERIENCE NECESSARY: STEADY WORK; GOOD PAT. LEV! STRAUSS * CO.. 82), FREMONT ST. MR- DAVIS. XX OAKLAND, COR. 10TH AND CLAY BTS.. eEWXNG MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVERALL*; NO EXPEREENCB NECES- SARY; 6TEADY WORK; GOOD PAT. i LEV! STRAUSS * CO. OPERATORS ON FHIBTS AND OVERALLS, j - STANDARD FACTORY, CORNER GOCGH AND GROVE STS. v|V-" r: WANTED A refined, competent young lady as visiting governess to instruct two girls of 10 an<S 12 aM and to accompany them in their walks if -quired. Address with references box 5392. Call office. WANTED — Refined elderly lady (white or 00V- ored) to as* I .** In housework In email fan- ily In return for good home and small wages; couctrr. Address MRS. H. L. NAY. Kel- logg. CaL ■ - W ANTED aged woman. Danish or Bw«dl£h preferred, to keep boose for elderly man; oountry. 2054 Mission st. between Sixteenth and Seventeenth. WE wSU supply .profitable, permanent employ- ment to several women; $10 to $30 weekly comfortably possible. Kushlon Komfort Shoe Co.. 1233 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. LADIES to <Jo piecework home; we furnish materials ar-I pay $7 to $12 weekly. Send stamped envelope to ROYAL CO., 8412 Mon- roe st. Chicago. LAE-irs thousand copying letters: no mailing to friends or furnishing addresses: •tamped envelope particulars. Commercial letter Co.. ' • pt, 1, Chicasr©. L>" 1 to travel; references required; salary $21 r*-r week: expenses advanced. J. B. Z.IEGLER 4 CO.. 823 Dearborn st., Chicago. WANTED — A young girl for second work la email family; call Sunday and Monday be- " fore .2 o'clock; carfare. 2.180 Washington st KNERGETIO young woman for opportunity with business house where there Is good chance for advancement Box 6246. Call. LADIES having- embroideries, Battenberg, (irawnwortt to sell; alao to do order work. Ladles' change, 84 Monroe at. Chicago WANTED — A good, reliable young woman to asf.ist with housework, 80 mile* In country: 3 In family; wages $15. Box 8286, Call. WANTED-^-Toung girl apprentices; paid while • l»8rr; r.r Call with reference Monday, MADAM H.. 1511 A Jackson. A GIRL for general housework, $20. Apply 233- Third eve.. Richmond District; call Mon- day morning. EXPERIENCED a»!**lad1«« wanted. Apply Monday mornlnr. *uperlnt*nd*nf« " offfoe. The Emporium. WANTED GirI for packing coffee and label- ing • cpices. Apply . Shipping Department - Great American Importing Tea Co.. 62 Mar- ket st ■ ■ .- AT GP.ET3NEBAUM. WEIL ft MICHEL'S fac- tory £31 Miesloa st. — Experienced operator on Wheeler St Wilson buttonhole machine. EXPimiBXCTSD overall operators wanted. HEYNEMANN ft CO.. Tenth and Howard. 1 ' — GIRL wanted. 1814 Fplboto mt. NT:RSDGIBX>: St>od reference*. 1810 Octavia street. ; . . .. ■ - ■■' -.' ' ---'*" GIRL wanted to do housework., 112 Seventh street. _j - " . ' - : STENOGRAPHER for general - office work; state experience and salary- Box 7914. CalL WANTED— Girt for BO* hocsswork. 1830 Vermont at sSMssi HBTiP rrMAXS — Con. ■ A PROTEST AMT ohambermaldi a seamstress, - I 130. \ A waitress and parlormaid, small family, 980 . A oook. 2 In family, oity. $80. ' A cook for a German family, $40. A laundress for a small family, $33. 4 hotel chambermaids, city. $20 each. A lady's maid. $30. see lady here Monday. A maid and seamstress, $2 a day. A cook. 2 in family. Los Oatos, $35. I MIES PLUNKETT, 428 Sutter st. near Pow«U. ' , A COOK that understands German cooWnri $40. MISS PL.UNIOSTT, 428 Sutter st, near Powll. ' " ■ ' i A YOUNG colored girl *> attend doctor** «*■ flee;' s2o a month: no board or room: refer- ences. MISS PLUNKETT. 425 Butt*x at. near Powell. ' ' , DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, P^vj** £/? l<>Ct ' MRS. CF. CHRISTENSEN. 462 Geary I 2 girls, housework, Alcatras |Z5 Nurse, boy 6 year*. ••■••-,■•■ "Wk Nurse, child 1% y*ara. Palo Alto Sis 1 Infant's nurse f « j First-class cook £*» j 2 aeoond girls • 11*41" I I Laundress .....^...51 60 day I Girl, general housework. Ban Car 105..... $20 A FEW ladies to assist making new lines dec- orative fancy work; requires some taste, but no experience or tal«at; piecework to take home; about 100 per hour at first Call 8 to 1 5, 1344 Market st j WANTED — sewers on ladle** waists j and skirts to sew in factory or at home. Call at 2700 1 Mission St. cor. Twenty-third. BAUER MFG. CO. WANTED — Experienced and accurate stenog- rapher who has some knowledge of book- keeping: state salary expected: address own handwriting: perm, position. Box £480, CalL A WORKING housekeeper: neat, quiet sunny, pleasant home; no washing; small wages. 4166 Seventeenth st NEAT girl for light housework; good homoi $12; references. 1716 Ootavla, cor. Pin*. GIRL wanted as apprentice on lady's tailoring; good position to right party. 587 Geary st EXPERIENCED operators on ladles' 'under- wear; also folder. 2052 Mission st. FIRST -class finishers on vests; also appren- tices. 603 Ellis st. SKIRT finisher* and good sewers for dress- making. 1415 Hyde st WANTED — demonstrator and office clerk. Address box 1710. Call. Oakland. WANTED Girt to set type; experienced only. Call Monday morning, 22 Clay st GENERAL housework, plain cooking:, small '■ family; $20; will Increase. 1904 Broadway. \ Mir>r>L.E-a«:ed woman as working housekeeper; j 2' In family. «22 Natoma st. EXPERIENCED bookfolders wanted. BUS- , WELL CO.. 688 Clay ft. WAITRESS wanted. 492 Second at FIRST-class operator on custom pants; also finishers; steady work. 411 Kearny st. APPRENTICES for ladles' tailoring; paid and ' steady. £18 Post st. • WANTED GirIs to wrap chewing- gum. Ap- j ply 27 Main st ■ WANTED GirI for light housework; wage* $12. 1115 Church st. bet £3d and 24th. LADY twice a week for housework. 270 Stev- enson «t STRONG girl to learn carpet sewing; wages 1 $4 week. Box 83.17. Call offlc*. y A GIRL for general housework in small fam- : fly; good wage*. K. B. Putnam, 248 10th ar. ! i GITflj — Care for child and light housework; ; Mill Valley. Box 8285. CalL - GIRL — housework and cooking. 634 j Capp st.; call mornings. WANTED— Housekeeper and good cook. 8417 j Jacki>on st. APPRENTICES and first-class makers wanted : In millinery store. 692 McAllister st WANTED MiddIe-aged lady for gen. house- ■ work; state wages expected. Box 8336, Call. , EXPERIENCED girl to set reprint and distrib- ute. Deltner- Wilson Press. 118 Front et. , GIRL for housework and cooking; $20. 4026 Seventeenth St., near Castro. CASH girts wanted. Apply Superintendent's offlc# The Emporium. Monday morning. , 1 — OPERATORS on ladles' waists; good wages. 656 Mission St.. third floor. WANTED— housekeeper at 8685 Mission st EXPERIENCED operators on ladles' under- wear. H. KLAB, 1187 Folsom st WANTED— A French nurse. Box 8389. Call offlce. *> , LADIES wanted to make sofa pillows at home; ; experience unnecessary. 206 Kearny. r. 600. 1 WANTED GirI for factory work; call Mon- day. 587 Howard st. ... >.T. j " 1 NURSECIRL wanted. 156 Clara at j GIRL for light housework: plain cooking; 8 In family; wages $15. 1810 Mason et. LADIES" millinery In 1 mo. for $6; positions guaranteed; eve. school only. 233 Geary, r.15. | LADIES— $20 per 100 writing short let- | ters; send stamped envelope for particulars. ; Ideal Mfg. Co., Cassopolis. Mich. j TAILORESS finisher on pants. 6% Kearny st, j room 21. top floor. , YOUNG girt to attend door from 1 to 5:30 In : exchange for musical education. £01 Eddy. j WANTED — to learn the barber trade; ! $15 to $18 weekly. MOLER. 644 Clay at. 8A8.8E3S — and Supplies. BARBERS' supplies to satisfy every barber on : the Pacific Coast are now being slaughtered by STOLTZ. 723 Market st. who has pur- - chased Will & Flnck's barber supply. dept. j BARBERS, Attention! Barbers, Attentlchl First-class 4- chair outfit; French plate mir- i rors; complete; up-to-date bargain. 21 6th. ! ■ BARBER shop In the Mission: 2 chairs; nlo* ; living rooms la rear; cheap rent; good stand; $175. STOLTZ, 723 Market st FOR sale — Two-chair barber shop; $76. Ad- dress H. L. HANSEN. Broderick. Yolo County, CaL :.,-'. $110 BUYS a 2-chalr shop, 1 revolving, with 2 furnished rooms; fine location; cheap rent; good buy. 892 Dolores st. ■ \ BARBER shop; 2 chairs and cigar stand; good ; trade; cheap rent Corner Harrison and 10th. $75 TAKES barber shop; 2 chairs and 2 living j furnished rooms. 1728 Howard st. .. ■ J BARBER shop for sale cheap. 819 Grant ay*. FOR sale or rent — A 2- chair barber shop. j 667% Ban Jose aye. ! 4-CHAIR barber shop; cheap; owner golasT i Bast 218 Montgomery aye. , KELP WANTED— AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S, 429 Bush st. Room clerk and cashier, country hotel, must give surety bond. $50 and found. . -. Experienced . night . clerk, country h0te1.. 525 Waiters, city and country hotels. .$3O found Baker's helper, city.. $12-$l4 week First-class hotel chef .$Bo ! 2 lumber Inspector*, lumber company, north • .....$4 day ! 2 box cut-off men .$3 day Greek Interpreter and 60 Greeks R. R. work, north, $2-$ l 60 day. - C. R. HANSEN & CO 42» Bush st I ASSISTANT foreman on scraper work. $60 and board; coachman, short distance, $35; win- dow trimmer and card writer, $25 week; coachman, $36 and found; -gardener, $35 and found; 2 machine ' miners, ?3 day; 3 muck- ers, $2 60 day; 4 milkers, $30 and $35 and found; -choreman, , handy man about hotel, $20 to $25 and found: bellboy. $15 and found; waiter and bed maker. $20 and found; Janitor and wife: cook and wife as waitress, country hotel, south. $75, and others. - J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento at ANDRE'S office, 817 Stockton st. ; ' Waiter, country, commercial hotel, $30. . Cook, plain hotel, $50; waiter, plain hotel, $25; ■ young man to wait on table, country. $20; elderly man to wash dishes, etc., $10 to $15; second cook. $80; French cook. , $90,' eta, GOVERNMENT positions — appointments last year; chances better now; thousands we have prepared have been appointed; Ry. Mall . and all ' other , examinations soon ■ in every State. Write for free booklet J-l. giv- ing list of positions sample questions, "etc., to National Correspondence Institute. Paclflo Coast Office. 027 Market St., S. r. tCal.-:t Cal.- : ; WANTED real estate firm, leasing and renttng dept. man of good address, under 33, / with experience, of 6 years or more In that line in : this ' city; none • others need apply: ■, good position to rlglu man: answer treated confidentially. . Box 8395, Call . offloe. WANTED— To travel for house established 30 years; expenses advanced; weekly salary, or commission or both; experience unnecessary. > Traveler D*pt. sth floor. 204 Olive St., St Louis. -. ' • ■■■-.-; THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1905. HELP WANTED— MA&B— ContIimfL . OFFICE OPEN ■ '" TO-DAY, SUNDAY. 8 to 12. ■ MURRAY & READY, 634-680 Clay at Phone Main = 6848. " THE RIGHT OF MAN TO LTVBi THE RIGHT OF MAN TO WORK. -- - Leading Employment and Labor Agents. We gave in 1904 1905 we hope to 64.000 men work. ' Increase 64,000. y MILKERS AND FARMERS. 80 farmhands, milkers, ' choremen, ahoMtwy. 116 $20, $25 to $86 and found." :■-. ■-: , Man to run National bolt-header nuwMnsy city factory, $3 a day. : - i • Dairyman, Plumas Co., good Job, $40 and fd, 4 - buttermakers,' $35 and $46 and found; . 18 milkers, $30 to $40 and found; 4 choremen, - $15 to $30 and found. y Stableman, stage stable, country. MARRIED ■ HELP, . . Married butcher, near city, $40 and found. Slaughter butcher, south, good Job, $50 fd. Farmer and wife, Merced County, good place, , $55 and found. ' V" : • "•' . -. ■'■■••: NEW ONE. '■ ITS GOOD— LONG JOB. 10 bridge carpenters, 83 day. 20 teamsters, 2 horses, $52 50. . ' CITY WORK. ' 6 raftmsn or men handy - with oast hook* good Job, $3 50 day. . THIS IS A . . .-- -::':■■■ GOOD MINIS. 6 hand miners, gold quartz mine : 870. 8 machine miners, same mine; $90. Hotel accommodations On this Job ; no blankets needed. . SOME GOOD ONES HERB. "-• Bench hands and machine hand, planing mtU. .Blacksmith, country shop; concrete finisher, long, big job, near city, $4 day. 10 tiemakers, redwood, 100 to. 180 each. OTHERS. • 10 milker*, good steady jobs; $88 and fond. Lunch cook, city saloon; $40 and found. 8 young men for painting, city Job, I $10 wtt . Blacksmith ■ for small country shop, $60 fd. SAWMILLS. WOODS— YARD. Head lineman for woods, $110 month. Hook tender, lumber company. $76. LUMBER GRADERS. 2 experienced lumber graders, sawmill. $90. BRIDGE CARPENTERS. SO bridge carpenters, sawmill company, $00. GOVERNMENT WORK, LOOK— NEVADA— LOOK. SHIP TO-NIGHT. 20 laborer*. Government work, $2 DO* dan no experience needed. - 25 teamsters. Government work, $2 60 day. CARPENTERS, Government — ROUGH — Government NEVADA. 10 carpenters, rough work. Government Job, $3 day; man with few tools can fill th* bill. 10 concrete mixers, Nevada, $2 80 day. . 2 structural iron workers, Government Job, $3 50 day. , CONCRETE MEN. Concrete finisher, company job) near city; $4 day. Concrete foreman, Nevada; see boss here) good wages. ■ . " 10 concrete mixers, country; $2 60 day. ROUGH CARPENTERS. 10 men handy with tools, hammer, hatchet ] and saw. . . ■ • Men for rough carpenter work! country) $2 60 day. MILKERS. *■ 6 milkers, same dairy, far* paid, $88 found. CAMP COOKS. 2 camp cooks, small gang, 14 men, lumber company, $35 and found. • - COAL MINERS. FREE FARE. 10 coal miners to go to Oregon; good mine and good wages. Inquire about It. MAN FOR PRIVATE PLACE. -.. Man to care for stock and grounds around a summer resort; good Job; see boss here; $50 and found. Blacksmith for country shop, $2 to $8 day. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st MEN wanted everywhere, tack signs, distribute circulars, • samples, etc ; permanent occupa- tion; good pay. American Union. Pont lac building, Chicago. V CAPABLE salesman to 'cover the coasts staple .line: high commissions; advance of $100 monthly; permanent position to ; right ' man. JESS H, SMITH CO.. Detroit -Mich. ■ • WE are getting positions every day; can get you one. San Francisco Business Col- lege,. 738 Mission st .. ' PHOTOGRAPHER— round man for studio; call mornings or address E. ELLIS, .''2s Capp st. WANTED everywhere— Hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc. ; no can- vaslng; good pay. Sun Adv. Bureau, Chicago. DETECTIVE wanted, shrewd, reliable man, to act under orders." Write Webster's ' Detective Agency, Dcs Moines, la. BOY. living with parents, wanted In dental laboratory. Call at room 518, Donohoe building-, at 8 a. m., 8 Taylor st. ' : WANTED— First-class domestic salesman. Ap- . ply between 9 and 11 a, .m. at,. HALE BROS.' ' ' - . --_■■■•"-■ WANTED A sash and door mechanic; on* capable of taking charge: $4 per day. • Ad- dress box 8409. Call offlc*. — WANTED — A first-class man to appoint agents and solicit for a quick selling and profitable Insurance. 618 James Flood bidg. SALESMAN with A No. 1 references; whole- sale millinery; good salary; steady position. Box 8433. Call office. A BOY to work as plumber's helper. Apply at new buildings, Halloway and Herald sts., one block from Ingl««ide Coursing Park. SOMETHING' new; sells at sight: Indispensa- ble to poultry raisers; chance for 2 or 3 en- ergetic salesmen. SCHOFF 617 Bryant BOY wanted In wholesale house; chance for advancement ALEXANDER & DANZI- GER, 20 Sansome at ' CUTTER wanted: must be experienced and of good appearance; steady position to right party. S. N. WOOD & CO., 740 Market st. BUSHELMAN on custom coats; none but first- class men need apply. S. N. WOOD & CO., ■ 740 Market st. A BOY wanted 17 to 18, in a furnishing roods store; one who will make himself generally useful. . 206 East st. south. ■ FREE intelligence . office for river drivers, raftsmen, pevey or cant-hook men. 9 Mis- sion st. room 1. offloe hours 8 to 8 a. m. WANTED — Office boy. 14 to 16 years; Amer- ican; living with parents. Write P. O. bos 2146. giving references. . i YOUNG man to learn" shirt cutting; excellent opportunity for advancement; state age and references. Box 7970, Call. — Japanese to scrub floors. MAR- SHALL, 1268 Fell st . - , BRICKLAYER wanted. 88 Jessie st j WANTED Porter. Horseshoe J Saloon, 781 Market st. "• .- WANTED— Plumber. 8 or 4 day*. Call 18U Folsom st ; BOY wanted to wash dishes. < Box 7908. Call office. - . ] TAKE a complete commercial course of Spanish correspondence from ; Prof. \ Maya, ' 330 Ellis WANTED — Japanese to clean saloon. Call be- tween 2 and 3 d. m., 407 Fourth st. WANTED — Laborer who can use hammer and t saw; state wages wanted. . Box 8457, Call. i CASH , boy* wanted; ■ Apply superintendent" 1 office, the Emporium, Monday morning. j ' ' ~~" ' TAILOR'S cutter wanted. Box 8423, Call. '■ WANTED An ■ experienced drummer fot eklrts on commission.' . Box 8600, Call office. ; WANTED — Young men to work on paper cans, MH. ROfiSITER, 27 Jessie st ■ -■ y WANTED — First-class carpet layer. Box 8272, Call : offlce. : . . ■-"-. ■■.■■ ■-"-.-■ - ■ .. ■ :-.^.-:^ : YOUNG men to go north for th* summer mi HERMAN'S, 27 Steuart at .. ! BOY about 15 years to learn blacksmith trad* J. H. DUTCHER. : Llvermor*. Alameda :Ca I WANTED— Sailors and green hands. ' THOB MURRAY. 610. Davis st . ; \ SHEEP shearer :": to-day. ' • WM.' TAAFFB 1 CO., ■ Fifth . aye.," Butchertown. y. . , , ELEVATOR boy ;' one used 'to MoNlcholl eleo- trio; state ,, wages and refs. Box 8630, Call ASSISTANT bookkeeper Iby " wholesale house state age. experience, . refs. Box . 8551, Call WANTED— to make cardan; Monday. 02) Sixteenth St.. Oakland. y.f y. .. : DISHWASHER wanted. Apply 416 Eighth st. Oakland. : "v ; ■ ;... yyV'J' --l-Tr^v-v'H -■•-"■v.'c^: — Japanese boy to work I In furnltun store. Apply 401 Eighth st, i Oakland. ; CANVASSERS for flavoring extracts. PURITI CO.. 1615 Market st ' - ; v . . ; >(^ , GET your shoes half -soled while waiting; • 2Bc to 60c. 11 Third St.. Examiner buUldlng. WANTED— man to work for his tuition . in .8.- F. Barber. School." 741 Howard : it . =.y PENSION atty., E. a;'bullls. r. 40, Phelan bid. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post, IG. A. R. t LABOR debts collected; suits, attachments. • Law * Adjustmetnt Co., ;49 3d : st . : r. ■ 622. SAILORS ' and ■ young men (green . hands) 04 ships.' ;HALLBERT.. ; 517. Jackson st ■ MEN to learn' the " detective V business; ' . paid '; ,• while : learning. & 997.- Market * St.. room : 104. I MEN wanted at 137 3d St., where shoes are re- .„ paired by machinery; sewed soles 10 mln., 760. HEIiP WAJTTBB — KAU — Continued. - TELL, us what position you want said we will tell you how to '. find It; ! hundreds •of . $1000- $5OOO positnons bow open for ;< capable sales- men, executive, clerical ' and technical men; offices In 1 2 cities. HAPOOOD3, ' Brain Brok- ; ers. 917 Chemical bldg., St Louis. . :r .". y . WANTED Reliable: man i manage braach of- 'floe for large . manufacturer; ; salary to start $1800 year and extra com.; must have good refs. and $2000 cash: capital ' secure; |no exp. Ad. Bupt. 70S Chamber Commerce, Detroit. WE will supply profitable, permanent employ- ment to several men; $10 to $80 weekly com- fortably possible. ; Kushion " Komfort . Shoe ' Company. 1233 Broadway. > Oakland, j Cal >- : BRIGHT, ' active young . nan as pill \ oWrk; : must write well and be : quick and accurate ■ at figures. Address, stating ; experience . and age, box 8606. Call offlc*. .- : ■ >' THOROUGHLY experienced floor, walker; must have local experience and local reference. Ap- ply between 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE) BROS.' i 1250 — FOR ami*; barber stoop in Alameda. For \ particulars inquire BECKEL * PRESHER, ' 471 Tenth st, Oakland ■ : : MESSENGER boy about 14, for offlce. Apply room 4, 820 California St. ~ HORSEHTDB) and cowhide cutters; I also -- ap- prentices. Carson Glove Co., 123 Second st. — Experienced cook ■ for restaurant I state wage*. Box 8342. Call. — Woodworker. 2220 Folsom st. . . .WANTED— Japanese porter.- 24. Third st. COATMAKKR for the country. Apply REISS BROS. & CO.. 24 Sutter at y WANTED Students to learn the barber trad*. GILLETTE SCHOOL. 611 ■ Commercial st WANTED — First-class floor "• walker; ■/ must i have first-class local reference and local ex- , periexioe; state age. experience, where previ- ! ously employed and salary expected. Apply box 7029, Call office. : . . " MEN to learn barber trade at a special rat* for next 5 students; 8 weeks completes; po- sitions guaranteed; only college In San Fran- '■ cisco with expert Instructors. Call or writ* OILLMAN'S Barber College, 627 Clay st - BOOTBLACK for barber shop at Tonopah, Nev. ; steady Job; good pay; also ! shop for sale " In ' country. O. A. TROST Barber Sup- ply Co., 808 Mason st. ■:■.- -y :; :■-.-; WANTED Men to 'learn barber trade: con- stant practice; expert instruction; situation* secured. Call* or writ* MOLKR'S BARBER • COLLEGE. 644 Clay st , | WANTED— and boys to learn plumbing ' trade; Coyne Bros. Co. School of Practical ' f lumblng; send for catalogue. Address 4978- 75 Easton aye.. St Louis. Mo. . ■ WANTED— Men to prepare for railway malL Internal revenue and custom-house positions; ' 'free catalogue. Pacific Correspondence Insti- ; tute, Grant Bldg., 1086 Market: open evngs. WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, has ■ added 100 new - rooms 'to the Denver House, j 217 Third st. 250 rooms; 26c to 60c per night | WANTED— to learn barber trade; 8 weeks | complete- position guaranteed; tuition earned while learning. Call or writ* MOLER COL- • LEGE. 649 Sacramento st < GREEN hands, blacksmiths, carpenters, ' for ' steam whaler*, north for summer, at HER- MAN'S. 26 Btouart st .-.-..---■-■ - WANTED — Men to fill 800 rooms at 200 per night; clothes closets, | hair mattresses. ■ eleo> trie light In every room. 681 Howard, nr. Si. TRY our men's shoe*, union made; $1 and $1 69 pair; foot-form shoes, $2 BO; we pay express charges. 11 3d st, Exam, bid. ; open till 9 pm WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third st, near Mar- ket — 700 rooms; 86c 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 been opened at 1008 Market St.. ' opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. m. ; ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half price. 571 Mission st. bet. Ist and 2d sta. SAIiBSMSN WAHTEP. WANTED Intelligent men and women (In- - eluding teachers, students, ; etc.) everywhere to give all or part of time to work of highest class (no bookselling or peddling), command- ing "everybody's respect: an opportunity sel- dom offered; yielding permanent income; send references. Address L. Werner, Sec, Monad- nock block, Chicago. ; 1 ! WANTED — Salesmen of ability and neat ap- p earance to call on all merchants In their ■ territory; elegant ■ side .line, convenient, to carry; good commissions: prompt remittance. . Belmont Mfg. Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. I SALESMEN make 800 per cent commission ■elling "Novelty .Sign Card": merchants buy • 10 to 100 on sight; 800 varieties; catalogue free. Sullivan Co., 405 W. Van Buren Bt. Chicago. .111.; -;-' ..; -:. .: .."y .- >", ■; -;, : . , ._ : - t ■' j WANTED — First-class specialty ; salesmen to sell attractive proposition; can earn $3000 per year net. Barton-Parker Mfg. Co., Cedar Rapids, la. .-■ ■ ■.. ■ ■'"-: y, y \- -'. _>: '>• '-: --■.;.." ".-. ■. ; TRAVELING salesman . by large wholesale house for California; splendid opening; year ; contract with right man. Drawer 8, Chicago. i 6 NOVELTY Calendars . patented: absolutely new idea: never - before >. shown; write . for samples. Cruver, Mgr.. 196 State st. Chicago. ■ SALESMEN— ; hustling retail salesmen'/ for easiest selling article on market: never sold In California. See H. B. Ford. 1049 A Market : EXPERIENCED salesman with keen business talent wanted; character and ability required. Box 8329. Call. r :-':;- SOLICITORS WANTED. 1 TONTINE or building and loan solicitors want- ' ing legitimate | occupation call . 409 Grant building, forenoons. . ' GOOD proposition for capable solicitors. Room .38, 14 Sansome st. 1 ■ •■ — ; > — ' — '— — — MEN or women who ; have had experience. Box 7992. Call. v - HOKSSS AND WAGONS. " FOR SALE— SADDLE- HORSES. To be sold because of owner's contemplated ' ; indefinite absence from California. A high-class, prize winning " bay mar*. IS 1 hands; a recent Importation from New York. A : gal ted and educated Arabian mare, fa- [ ' mous In Kentucky for her paces. . ' :"• " 1 j - Two admirably bred five-year-old •. geldlnr*, broken to ride or drive. ' • I " Six ponies ' that " have j been - used for polst; ' strong and up to any amount of weight All - the above perfectly . broken saddle ani- mals, sound and accustomed to automobiles. . . An exceptional '■ opportunity for obtaining park hacks, or saddle horses for country use. . r CRO6SWAYS FARM, BURLINGAMJBX S. P. trains and San M&teo eleotrto oars on the premises.'. . ' >, '■ ■.■ .. ■ -j'.V ■' ■ ■ ,■" . ..'- r. y-'y ) ONE good road her**, suitable for light ranch work, wanted in exchange for 200 shares of I J stock of United Crude Oil Co.; the company has 2 producing wells and stock Is non-as- ■ i • sessable; ' horse must be gentle, sound J and 1 i well broke. Address W. J. WHITE. 28 Montgomery st. room 8. : y • RETIRING . from business; '•• they • have raised our rent; harness, saddles, robes, blankets, . whips, buggies, everything at cost; 1 ■ now Is your .time. - San Francisco -Saddlery C 0. ,: entrance 617 Market st" : > i AT i. 884 Devtaadero— : sale* f two •; Shetland ponies; very gentle and kind; splendid trav- elers; 8 : and . 4 years old; weight about 200 . pounds each; also trap and ; harness. :• y ; 1 JUST arrived from the country. 19 head of wagon and driving horses; ] weight • 1100-1700 ; pounds; all gentle. BECKER & RICH, ,2109 Mission st. -y .-,'• ':■ -. •'■.■'•■.- ■ •■• 1 .-'.'-" : . •> ;=;• >■. ' :' . TWO span draft horses; 1600 lbs; 8 years old. , 318 Eleventh st. Oakland; phone Main 1014; . residence phone. Brown 819. - ■ ; . ;• ■ ,; . L . t A LARGE assortment ' of . horses, . wagons and ~, harness. - Auction v sale every > Tuesday at 11 ■-a.m. at 1140 Folsom ist::y?^ « •«" ■ ;;■.* • FOR . sale — Draught horse; ,■ perfectly sound; weight : about 1600 *. lbs.; prlo* . $80. . 2410 : Harrison st*; bet. 20th. and, 21st. i . C ' A ' FINS • little driving mare, buggy - aad har- « , ness for sale. , Box 8061. Call of no*. , :. ■ FOR sale — A pair of draught horses 1 5 years -sy old. v . Box : 9260, Can of floe, y^;,,- ' : • y-S - $90 — FAST pacer, lady can drive, stands; must t : c sell j at ; once. ;i 2728 - Bryant •st ■ y • : . . A ; GOOD - business cart for * sal*; cheap. In- . quire 2706 Mission at - butoher shop. -.y : ; ; . GOOD,'-' second-hand wagons, nil : kinds; also a - . buggies and surriea^y 100 Golden Gate aye. g I FOR sale— Phaeton. . 29 West Mission st. . A DRIVING horse for sale cheap. 400 Valen- C y: .da st. ' ■ y^y.y- I :.' -.;'?.*■ :':■.;■ ;'■■: f : . - WASHERS, * sponges.', also ' chamois, at • harness ) jt^ dealers, druggists, ;or S. Adderly, , 307 Mrkt - GOOD -• second-hand i wagons, all I kinds; X also 1 : *>. buggies : and : . surreys. 100 , Golden . Gat* , aye. " HORSE, i wagon and ?; harness t for sal* cheap, ,yy 1168 York \ st;. f- near: Twenty-fourth. y-ji; -, : > .;■? : " FOR I SALE— Black \ carriage '; horse. ; 628 ■ Pa- V; c lflo i st. ;i> ! 'j.ir:-,.i. ' '/■ -.V'^fJSy-, r>i/..\..\%^^ t AUCTION : sale of horses, wagons f and - harness . ■ every Wednesday at 11 a. m. 827 Sixth st t-j 1 CARLOAD gentle ■■ business, buggy 7 and ' livery ; . horses. E. > STEWART A CO.. ; 220 Valencia. • NEW and ■ £d-hand • wagons ■ sold '-. cheap. ' 1680 -, ■ Mission : st, near } Thirteenth, v ; " -, -• . - : y;;__"'y HOUSES TO IJBT. ■ _^;.-.;> :^ A— PRINTED list of houses to let; send for cir- cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery. ' GUERRERO. 924, near — Modern house, - ; 8 y; rooms and bath, ■: electric lights, ; large garden; : I Mission : warm belt; fine '■ view ; rent • reason- ' able. Apply; G. H. UMBSEN A. CO., 20 • ■-.■•..,;. ■• ..,; Montgomery st. ;-; ■ y C ., '■ ■ ' : . .-■.. '■.' ,- : -■-..■•;. HOUSE — 7 sunny I rooms, : bath ) and basement ! " ' gas i hot water, bay windows, . frrate; 1748 Hyde" St.: rent »•» $23; corner $28. F. L. JONES,: Mtns building. y: ;-:.: GOLDEN GATE- ay*.. 1218— Sunny house, 14 ' . rooms, . 2 baths, large mirrors, both parlors, | range, yard; rent reasonable.. Plans with B. P. OLIVER, 114 Montgomery st. : . 55 CEDAR are., between Geary, Post. Larkln ; and Modern house, l 7 rooms and bath: . ; sun every room. Apply MADISON & j BURKE, 80 Montgomery st . ,' HOUSE to let— rooms and bath, wash trays and large yard. 41 Homestead" ,it | take Twtnty-fourth st. west cars.. ." :- . ■'■■ $22 60— MODERN house, 6 rooms) and k*A>, near Cliff House r grand marine view; t car ; lines. 410 Forty-fifth ay*. ; fc BUSH. 1909. near Laguna— Elegant isslJ*nnsjj :..-- 8 room* and bath; rent $33. ' -. y HOUSE; 7 large rooms, bath, attic sunny; ' Western Addition; mar. view. Box 8240, CalL [ BRANNAN. '434, near Third— Desirable house, . .7 rooms and bath; rent reasonable. BAKER, ' 425. corner - — Elegant i corner 1 | house, 10 - rooms, bath, basement heater. DETACHED house, 8 rooms and bath} large. ! yard. Apply 712 Guerrero st HOUf of 6 rooms, with yard; 68 Natoma st. | 1 rent $16. Apply 76 Minna st. ■— ! HOUSES TO nTSHIBKED. STRICTLY^, modern furnished house to let or ' lea.£>: situated on NB. corner and beautifully furnished with mahogany and weathered oak - furniture. . Oriental ruga, etoi 8 bath rooms. ' Box 8210, CalL > WELL furnished house; 10 rooms and bath; sunny large yard; rent reasonable to desir- able tenant. Box 8261, Call offlc*. WELL furnished houses - In most desirable lo- calities; Berkeley, Oakland, Baa Rafael. Box 8262, Call office. : , j NICELY furnished house, 5 room* and bath; piano, phone, etc; rant $50 per month. Box '. V 8381, Call office. . NEATLY furn. house; 7 rms. and bath; Cali- fornia st, nr. Webster; $46. Box 8263. CalL 2502 CLAY. St. near Flllmore— 7 rooms, bath and piano; sunny aide. Open 11 . until 4. FURNISHED house. 1625 Leaven worth st B. '' F. JOHNSON. ■ HOUSES TVMXISXXB — FOB 8A&B. $320— 8 -ROOM houae, newly fitted for house- ■ keeping rooms all full, latest Improvements, large cellar, fin* yard. In town, rent $32 60, j Income $80; terms; no agents. Box 7978, ■ Call. " ,-.^ : - ... y." - " FOR sale— Peart, corner Market, 23 sunny corner rooms; . well - furnished apartment- . house: all rented; price $1600 cash; water ! Included; rent S9O, ■ ' •. . A BARGAIN II-room house; nicely furnished! cheap rent; must sell at once; leaving city; ! make offer. . 648 Geary st FIVE rooms, furnished complete, must sell ; make offer; rent $22. Call at 103% Fourth street • 14-ROOM house, furnished, for sale; good pay- . Ing house; reasonable; account of sickness. 401 Fourth st ■ . WILL sell ' at a sacrifice, 10- room - house; no trlflers. 760 Port at. > FURNITURE and house for sale. 912 X st, Sunset district • f^ | . HOUSES WANTED. — Furnished house, where owner will board for rent; privilege of others; best of 'i references. Box 8399, Call office. HOUSES WASTES— STJBTTXB AH. WANTED — responsible party, ■ furnished house of at least 7 rooms, with bam, between -. Kentfield and Fairfax or San Rafael, for 2 months during school vacation. Box 7919. 1 1 Call office. .! COTTAGES TO LET. ' $11 — COTTAGE 6 rooms. 17 Roacoe st; Mis- sion st. cars to Crescent aye. on to first street to right. H•; • ' • . ■ COTTAOES — BTJBTTRBAH — TO MET. 1 TO rent— Cottage at Mlllbrae. E. F. SMITH. ■ Mlllbrae. i - » COTTAGES TO-U3T— Mill Valley. MILL Valley; Blythdale aye.; small, sunny cottage In redwoods; rest summer months $40: spring months $25. Inquire 964 Mc- Alllßter at. - ■■ - : ■ ™™"^ — «— -™—^^^^^— ■■ , LOFTS TO LIT. LOFT, 26x180; rent reduced. BACIOALUFI. 786 Mission st -.-■■. j 1 loft WAjfTEP. I i LOFT for factory; 4000 feet, power and live j steam. Pioneer Silk Factory, 31 Jessie. HEaSOKSaOZDTJni. i — Thousands radically v cured " by this method . without knife or hindrance' to busi- ness: you can be cured: no salve proposi- t ion; investigate. ' THOS. J. KISNER. M. -'- D., Columbian bidg., 916 Market St., city. I UTVXSTMEITTS. FOR SALS '- ' at 6 cent* per . share . 200,000 Shares of Promotion Stock , In the . . Goldfleld-Blue Jay Mining , Company. Capitalization $1,000,000. : Par value of shares, One Dollar, Full paid and non- assessable. This off ar . nreaents an ■ opportunity rarely af- forded the : Investing public of getting In on I the ground floor or promotion basis of a newly 1 organised company. Th* . stock so offered la j being sold to pay for the property and will I bo . placed in a pool - until the ■ first shipment lof ore has been made. The property consists I of five full claims, ■ choicely located 4Vi ■ miles , southeast from the town of Goldfleld. Ledge well defined. .. Outcrops assay up to $415,* while 1 float found :on ' the . claims runs ■• as high '■ as I $3700. v Less . than " $7500 ! will place the mine 'on a shipping basis. Treasury stock contracted I for by. Eastern brokers at 20 cents per share. ' Exchange facilities secured in due course. Or- ders for not i less - than 500 shares at 6 cents will be filled as received. E. COWPER-THWAITB, Member : " Stock and Bond Broker. Board ec . „ Stockton, Cal. Trustees. 7 : -. . ' ; ' ■ . ■ ._. CALIFORNIA'S MINING BOOM. ; ; . .The "good old days" of the mining Industry ] are here one« more. Fortunes are being roads i every day through gold '• mining Invest merits. i An Instance: - . In > a suburban town a gentleman has just I paid ■ considerably over $100.000 1 for a piece |of 1 business : property, y Less - than two years * ago I this - same ,■ gentleman '. was working for day's ' wages at any kind of j work i that he could * get ' and . was glad to get ■it ' To-day ; he . Is ■ inde- pendent How did he make his money?.; Out of j gold : mines.' We : have some stock tor sale in on* of the best properties In the West. Send us your address If you are too busy to call and we will fully inform you in regard to our rich mining property. • ' =•": y ' -■";- ■'■: V • , J. W. JAQUITH A CO., i Suites -874-876-878. Jamas Flood building. T»l. John 2421. , i; ,-,. : --, : 'i'- -f -\ty- SOUTH • SKA 1 Island " Co.- • sure fortune-maker; . • 600 share. " P. ' O. box 2046, San Francisco. -' LOW AJTO FOTTIiD. -";■ : ."■ : LOST— At : Presidio.', between .; car station and : - General - Hospital, ■ a ■ package of papers • ad- - dressed Thorsbey, Real - Estate Affairs .of ;' ' Oliver ' Berven. "' Finder please return *to ' Ad- - jutant's : Office, Presidio, •■ get reward ' of < $6; papers no good to any one else. , LOST— Somewhere on 1 Post St., ; Det : Montgom- '■ cry •• and , Kearny,'" one > pair of ■ eyeglasses, in a tortoise ■ shell case; suitable '- reward If returned ". to ; 2007 ; Franklin st. y LOST — I Alcasar Theater. \v Friday ; night, - • lady's < brown fur boa; ■: $5 reward to ; finder y on , returning ;to , owner. :E.; C. YOUNG, . 117 iX Bush st ".•■;• -s'. "*■'■'.',,-■ ; f.;.-' ■.;■■■ ■ -" -"■:-." ■ LIBERAL \ reward will be paid for the return of a scarf ring, with one large emerald and ; .two dalmonds. iat Palace of Art 16 Post st: ■i no questions asked. 1 ; ' -. *, LOST — Sunday. San ! Bruno road f car. v red «ilk y>handkerchief;'s2rreward,y > handkerchief;' $2 r reward, 606 Jessie st" j CLEVELAND "<■ bicycle No. 144.321 ; found, Feb- ■y ruary'S,"sl9oß.is:.v..:.jr'iy--.-'/ -■•;■■".. ' '■:.,"} y'y '[■-■■.'. LOST — Gordon ? setter dog. black and '■ tan. : - Re- ; turn to 107 Grove st for reward. ■;:...•-...;.; LOST — On Oakland I boat, 1 r o'clock Friday, pair (*■• fleldglaeses/.'- wrapped ; in ■ newspaper. • $5 v re- ward at ilB Third st/K'*" -; ?v .■:.':- :- -^ MisBBBBSBsa^ I.OBT AJTP ! — Oonttonad. - ■ ■•-, ! LOST— From i Seamen's I Institute. 83 Steuart ; St., "Bosco." a ■ skye-terrier 4 dog. Reward | detainer prosecuted. 1 ■..- LOST— A red deerhound. Owner at 109 Brasll "■•avenue. ; .i.- :; . .y ' ';-■•."".■;' ■ ' ■ .~ : ■■- ' j STRAYED or — Sorrel mar* or aott. from ' 2017 Oak st: reward ' v .^ i— 1 nrVAXJCD OKATaVI, . . . BOLD, rented, - exchanged: manufacturer of th* - Earn** tricycle chair. 2018 Mkt; tel Park 773. | XJIT7aTOHXB FOB BXBZ. FASTEST, best 'boats on th* bay: pleasure part lea and towing. 8. F. LAUNCH CO.. 5 -r ' Stewart st • .. " ■ • ' . , C. A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO.. toot of Clay st; for pleasure and business; teL Bush 834. THJB MariTla Launch — For pleasure) ~or business. - Pboos Geary 2812. ; MATJUMOaTIAI*. TOTJKO lady of 18. high education, has a good : ham* . with parents but poor, would like a horn* ' of her ■ own and wishes to cor- respond with young man; must be honorable ana < gentlemanly: object matrimony. Box 8202. Call offlo*. QSNTLIBMAH. 88. business man. has a fla* Income and hem* wishes to correspond with . a lady not over 88, educated; on* who would appreciate a good husband and home; -no triflers. Box 7550. Call offloa. WIDOW of 45. light blue syea, hair rather - gray. a rood housekeeper, of a loving and kind disposition, would Ilk* th* acquaintance ' of an honorable and sober man; object mat- rimony. Box 8682. Call offloa. ■ MERCHANT. : S3, has a paying .bustaeiw <tn country town, would like to correspond with j a home-loving lady, not over 10, Who would like to live In small town; object matrimony. Box 7048. Call offlc*. . A YOUNO widower, stylish, good appearance. childless, has ' large Income and beautiful home, would marry respectable lady of re- finement; ho triflers. Box 8661, Call office. MIDDLE-AGED gentleman, good habits, some means and a home affectionate disposition. would like th* acquaintance, of a lady; ob- : ject matrimony, - Box 8750. Call office. . GENTLEMAN with business ability aad some means would like to meet refined lady with ' some means; objects, business partnership and matrimony. Box 8407. Call. SCANDINAVIAN gentleman. 88 year* old. de- . sires to most lady who Is wining to leave city; object matrimony. Box 8211. CalL ' GENTLEMAN. 85, wishes to meet a lady of . 80: object matrimony. Box 9203, Call. — —^ — —^— —1 i MEDICAIi. *- - *■" '■ "■* ' ■ ■■ ■"— ■— ■".■ j LADIES who are in trouble or auflsrtns; fron any ailment peculiar to their sex can find Immediate relief by consulting Dr. White, th* only graduate physician In San Francisco who has devoted a lifetime to helping women: 17 years' experience without a failure has put him at the head. He guarantees relief or no pay. - ' . . . DR. WHITE, 702 Market st. rooms T and a. LADIES — Possibly I'm not the cheapest nor yet the oldest specialist here, but I AM a RE- LIABLE graduate physician. Whan tn trou- ble confide in me. Irregulartles relieved: the unfortunate helped-; I promise beat attention - and no danger; I guarantee prompt results or no charge; sanatorium If desired; advice free; call or write. Hours, 9-6. Est. 14 years. - : DR. R. H. WESTON, office 80S Kearny st DR. O. W. CDONNELL— AII who are sick or in trouble - consult this specialist an female complaints; positively corrected; th* unfortu- n ate helped; the most difficult cases treated: every case taken: Immediate relief; no poi- soning drugs; low fees; my methods will cure all cases of Irregularity; by consulting me save time and money. Advice free. Office, 1018 Market at ■ I I MRS. DR. WYETH. specialist for all female - complaints and Irregularities: Instant relief guaranteed; 30 years experience. 944 Post st MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe- male troubles and Irregularities; Instant re- lief guaranteed. 1008% Market st. opp. sth. VALPEAU'S female pills; best regulating pills sold; price $2 50 by express. Pasteur's syr- inge and tablets; price $5. 1 By express only on receipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, wholesale druggists. Seventh and Broadway, . Oakland. : . . 1 I LADIES suffering from Irregularities . consult reliable specialist; graduate, 19 yean' ".ex- j perience: relief guaranteed from" any cause: strictly private. . Dr. Sylvester, 219 Kearny. I — DR. and Mrs. Goodwin. 850 Market opp. j 4th, r. 37 — Est. 26 yrs. Ing. P.; Instant re- lief for all female complaints guaranteed. DR. C. a ELL— Office and residence, '-. 1021 Market St.. bet. 6th and 7th: particu- , lar attention paid to disease* oJ women. ! DR. and MRS. DA VIES and Hindoo Herbs: original method of treatment 1226 Market. ■ MRS. DR. GWYER. 311 A Leavenworth st, be- . twecn Geary and O'FarrelL Tel. . East 607. MRS. DR. ALLEN, ladles' specialist removed from 1118 Market st to 838 Mission, nr. 4th. I j DR. ROSEN, residence 2990 Foisom St. corner ■ Twenty-sixth: ladies., relief or no fee: $10. i xxsras ajtd xnrxaro. TONOPAH stocks; cash or Installments: agents wanted. WESTERN INVESTMENT CO.. 430 Croaaley building. PARTY to put up money to send reliable as- say er to Goldfleld. Nev. to prospect. Box 7931. Call offloe. . : $500 . BUYS Interest In rich placer locations ' right here in California. Box S3OB. CalL MISCELLANEOUS— SALS. ! A TEW bargains this week In 2xid-hand ma- chinery, etc., offered by th* H. S. WHIT» MACHINERY CO.: 6-H. P. horlsontal engine, boiler fit- V; tings, stack Injector, etc, etc.; A 1.5123 00 8-H. P. engine, 10-H. P. boiler, all complete ready to do : business. . . . ISO 00 40-H. P. boiler and engine, Al .... 250 00 »0-H. P. boiler and 70-H. P. engine. TOO 00 20-H. P. gasoline engine 373 00 4-H. P. Schilling gasoline engine ... 90 00 i 2-H. P. . Hercules gasoline engine.. ... 80 00 ' " Laundry plant complete .....:.. ;;'.." SCO 00 4 Babcock A Wllcox boilers; each.. 500 00 Fine power pump, all brass cylinder. complete; in order 00 00 4- In. centrifugal pump (new) 40 00 Copper (dyers, rolls) cylinders . 80 00 Portable centrifugal pumping outfit; complete 300 00 Portable wood-sawing outfit " 225 00 : 15-H. P. "Economist" boiler; com- < plete lf-> 00 15-H. P. firebox boileri complete 125 00 13- H. P. vertical boiler; complete.. 06 00 4-H. P. boiler; complete , 45 00 Brand new steam gauge 5............. - 1 30 Brand new injectors, fr0m..'..........' 250 Pipe in bunches, ready to us* 02 H. 8. WHITE MACH'T CO., Office 130 Be&le st, "all over town." -. ! 2D-HAND machinery/ engines, boilers; pun. , pulleys, shafting, etc., etc, bought, sold rented and - exchanged, see Sunday papers. H. 8. WHITS MCHY. CO. 180-132 Beale st FOR sale l4o-ton swift steamer complete. $10.- " 000; 6760 acres bunch grass,-; wheat land, fenced In one body, pasture and water: for 2000 cattl*. $15,000; see me for big farms and ranches, or Seattle realty. V. C. MSB, 114 Main st, Seattle. ' FOR Sale— Shelves, showcase*, gallery; firs s- class order; at your own . price; ' can see It Sunday. 1037 Market st Be* owner. 412 Golden Gate aye. i A— BUYS, sell* or- rents gear machinery, en- gines," boilers. - water pipe, shafting, pulleys, • etc WHITELAW. 238- Spear st. A— THOROUGHBRED hatching eggs; Buff Or- pington, Plymouth Rook. .Wyaadott*. Span- ish. ' 1071 . McAllister at REFUTABLE 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 SO pair; . v foot-form shoes at $2 50; :we pay . express) ' charges. 11 3d at. Exam, bid. ; catalog free. HATCHINGS from the business hen; Incuba- tor lots. W. L. POULTRY YARDS, north- east comer Ashby. and Telegraph. Berkeley. i FOR sale or trade — 0000 shares of - valuable* : stock; also some property. Address 2119 Clem- , ent aye., near .Willow st, Alameda. THOROUGHBRED Gordon v setter ' and - cocker • spaniel : dogs. 1202 : Haskell st. corner 3an Pablo : ay*., • Berkeley. „_ "...-;. I 27 ROOMS, ' partly furnished: ' also store ; good teas and fixtures. Call Monday, 12 to 3 p. m. 363 Fifth; sty .■, -_■. : - . LARGEST runts, beat hen pigeons, crosses, • etc. - Glenmore . Pigeon - Lofts. Fourth • . and Jones sta.; ; Elmhurst. y; > FOR sale— New. Singer sowing machin*; oak ■ case, •- drop - head; $35. Mauvals - Musio Co.. "j. 933 ;., Market . st. -.■■-,-.-% ■; : FOR ''• sale— New : and v*seeocd-hand steam, ■ gas • and ! gasoline engines. J. A. THOMSON, j 107 y i Fremont ; st. " - v INCUBATOR, 350 egg*: also White Wyandotte ' : cockerels. X-, STANSFXELD. 484 Park • aye.. ;.■'; East Oakland. - '. .- ? ■ - - • •;■; ■ ■_■ • ;-.± \_: .WANTED— OId ? < gold - for • manufacturing 4 pur- poses. THE MILTON JEWELRY CO., 257 --:. Sixth st ■'■:' :.-■•-.-■"-- .:■ . :-■,.. ■-. - -?.■-,'..?■?. BOILERS ] engines, = 2d-kand machinery. MoIN- v ; TOSH ;A \ WOLPMAN. ; 195-197 Fremont ' st J lnwfiwt.T.MTfTWNf— yftH ft fl Till fTftn ' 1 Xorthington com. pump. 000 gala nxta.. $273 1 Dean* tank pump, 6xsxS (new)......' IS 1 Hooker feed pump, 6x4x6 (new) 40 : 1 Evane deep well pump; 1700 gala ar. . 180 1 10-h-p. G. K. 22i)-v motor complete.. 13<t 1 . 3-h-p. Standard . gas engine (new) . . . 125 , 1 15-h.p. steam engine complete - 94 ' 1 complets laundry plant: long tease. . 1400 8 tons Mahler grata bars - (new) 2o per lb» 2-foot power lathe* $60 Lot of Hagen laundry machinery, including: washers, body lroners. extractors, etc - All abov* machinery can b* seen at oar storerooms. SPECK MFO. CO.. 2120 Folsom. SAFES and second-hand. THB HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 417-27 Bacramento st AA— THOROUGHBRED chickens, «ggs; eatla> 20. Oakland Poultry Yards. Dept 2. box 26aaV GOOD servlceabt* double ks /board typewriter In good working order, ». Boa MIT, Call. FOR sale Medium slse safe; alsw> oak roll top desk; cheap. ttß Duboc« aye. FOR sale— l have 20,000 C^i envelopes tor sals at 800 per thousand. Address box SBC*. Call. LADY'S bicycle, little used; also baby's go- cart, rubber tires; cheap. 121 Turk ft FOR — Fin* 3-room ark at Oreenbiaa» Apply 1460 Eighth are., Sunset Dist ARK for sale: reasonahlei 4 rooms: oob>- pletety furnished; gas. Apply 710 Hayes) st, FOR Sale— lnvalid's wheat ahalr; good as new; cost $30; saU $25. Box TMT, CalL WHEEL for sale aheap. Inquire at «33H Tennessee st BOGS. Tso setting; Pekin doc*, $1; httla ducks next Sunday. 1079 Park in, Alameda. . TEAR-OLD Minorca cockerels for sale. 987 East Fourteenth st, Oakland. HAVE 2 gasoiln* engines: will sail on* otoaagt 808 Franklin St.. Oakland. FOR — Six-year-old chunky mar*: somndl well broken;, gentle. «450 Btghtesnth st WANTED— PeopIe to boy Satlnpol. 80* Rear- ny at. room 401. FOR sale— view outfit eomnlvte. Call WILSON. 1276 California st. SCOTCH collie dog for sals. 1470 San Bruno aye. • FOR sale— Oood second-hand tandem ta first- class order. Phone Main 5313. ' MILES of pipe aod fittings, all dm UU- OENE RILST A SONS. 100 Vallejo st .. ' YOUNO Jersey now, fresh; gentle: good milk- er. 88 Rlchland ava,. west or Mission st FOR sal*— A fin* young N'«w*-«indlar.d do*>. Apply 111* Potrero ay*.. city. PIGEONS, 9 <oa*n "Pnohsss"; alas ran* crosses; cheap. Address box 8378. Call. CIOAR fixtures (ar sale. 833 Fotrrth rt. FOR »al*— Tin* vtoUa and cas*. 1-C3H Boot* street. . - ALL kinds talktnsj aiarMnnsj and r*o«rd*: fao» tory prices. L£XY*3. 419 ICearoy st 1 ex- changes mad*. - y-.i. . • FINES fresh family cow. JOHN BKACKSr*. Mission road, near Union Coaratnc Park. NEW cash register for eaie. Call «** Mis- •ion si. - ENGINEER'S transit for sal*! A. B. CONaV 411 Market at, BABT begyy for sale.; cheap. »33 Folaom s*. ' FOX terrier yap wanted. f» Minna a*. ' FOR sale— St Bernard pap; SH months) *t*V »06 Florida, st ROLLER canaries, male* and famaJsa, as S3M Sixteenth st. SECOND-HAND gaa may with watertaoki «> most new; cheap. 420 Folsom st. TWO fresh oowa, on* Hatstata Jersey,, far sale) cheap. 178 Randall st 2D-HAND building material, aheap; tat. Cap» 3905. J. B. FRENCH. NTS. oor. Valencia. SAFES and desks at nearly ooat; must make room. Richardson Bros.. 123 New Montarnrv. SAFES and cash registers; new and miiina hand. I. FREEMAN. 13» Market St. A vsaT fine sealskin coat for sal* at a bag* gain at Portland Jewelry Co., 20 Stockton st. ZD-HAND bldg. material: lumber, door, -sash, plumb, material. The Dolaa Co.. 1607 Marat. MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental i bargain*. BOLLARD ft BRECK. 181 Post. GASOLIN3 engine*, automobiles and launches^ all else*. J. E. DOAK. 46 Fremont st. ROOMS papered. $4 ap; tinting, painting. Bartmann Paint Co.. 319 Third; tel. Mala 411 aCTSaET^AJTBOtrS WAXn. -? Hlgoost prices paid for ladles* and gents' rsjit off clothing. Tllton. 134 9th; tmh Je— ** 391*. Ladies ft gents, don't sell your eld clothes un- til you see Btusser, 818 3d, tot. Black 4727. : ' S WANTED— Live exhibits of birds or animals. California specimens preferred; fair pries for those accepted. Address secretary Forest. Fish and Game Association. 87 Fhelan bid*., San Francisco. : STRONG. ono-hor*» cut under funster* ■ago* « - also strong horse: must be 'cheap; stats) lowest pr.co. Wagon. 14 Joy st. city. PATTERN maker to rent shop; complete with i wood working machinery: located In a foun- | dry district Speck Mfg. Co.. 2130 Folsom st. i ■ I. . . 1 WANTED — Small space In warehouse on rail- road or will build. Box 8377. Call. WANTED— Clucking bens. MRS. BURKS, Elmhurst Alameda County. WA.NTEI> — A young greyhound dog; price) a* object Apply to H. A.. 414 Battery st.y- 1 - W ANTED— Carpet sewing machines. Bone 8277, Call office. . . y WILL buy good second-hand carpets; no deal- ers. 321 A Bryant st. Second-hand Universal Neostyl*,, Box 8609. Call. • ■_'■■■ iV WANTED — 14-ln. Iron lathe. 2M Fremont St. WANT to bay laying chicken and pullet Box 7995. Can office. DIAMONDS and precious stones bought for cash. KARL ecer & CO.. rooms 400-401. Adams bid.. 200 Kearny: phone Black 308 K. BIATTa:ES3S3 AJTD PILLOWS. i TO order ßenovated.dlslnfected (fornntldebyAs ; process) ; excellent carpet cleaning." HOPKO BROS.. 1432-84 Howard st: phone South 21*. i', nj .,.,---.--. MOanrr TO LOAJT. r AAA— HERMAN MURPHY. dOl-*/i-*wa E&camlner bulldias> Quick settlements; no disappoint mania. ■-. -.„ ! - -- Save expenses by deallnz directly. - •"• ! Estate, second mortgages, undivided Inter* | Skta. assignments of rents, property In trust. ■ etc; legacies, life estates and undivided la» terests in property- purchased. Courteous treatment Strictly confidential, When You Need Money . . ■ 8— HmOtAX MURPHY. " WILL LOAN A reasonable amount oa' Ist, 2d or 3d Mortgage* on real estata, la city, town or country. . Low rats of Interest Give full partctulais • of property. : Location, eta Box 223, Call offloa. ?. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtala liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at 9 per oent interest Baldwin Jewelry Store. 573 Market: tel. Mala 1644. Branca. 1193 Market and 27 Third st ;•• 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. 403 Parrott bldg. ' A — furniture or pianos at lowest rates; a* removal: no publicity: also on real estate! . Ist or 2d mortgages or on any security, mat amount O. W. BECK3ER. 36 Geary, worn 3sV ' MONET loaned to salaried people, retail mar- chants, teamsters, . boardlng-hoasea. without ' security; easy payments; lar?% business in 4s) " principal cities. TOLMAN. 553 Parrott bldg. ANY amount quickly on furniture or piano without removal . or ether security: lowest rates; .no ■ commission: confidential. 6M-T . Dtnoho* bid*-.. 8 Taylor at. cor. Market j MANHATTAN LOAN CO.. 107 Crocker Bldr.i loans at a lower rate of Interest oa any se- curity advertised in this column. • .■.•*■ SALARIED "people, without security; also oa ■ furn.. estate* In probate, life Ins. policies. eto« Empire. Loan ft Invest Co.. 612 Parrott bid. ! 1 PER cent on furniture or pianos; a* removal; no commission: no. publicity; $25. up; quick, private. •: ccnfldantUl. 26 Montgomery, r.' 21. MONEY to loan at, 2 per cent a month;. gold, silver- diamonds pearls and precious stones) bought at W. J. HESTHAL'3. 10 Sixth st. ON notes. ' salaries. . etc United Loan ft Trass '.:, • Co.. 21 Stockton at. second floor. ";' ' ' *'..:> i DONT borrow -money on salary until you m* * us. Hutton Credit Co.. 912 MuraaX Bank bM. For ■ Additional Classified AJ 1 i«ls»l 1 ments See Pago 43. ' '- 47