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THE; SAN FRANCISCO :CALL, MONDAY; ;MAY 15, 1905.
10
H. C. DECKER, 860 Market. Phone James 7716
HAS REMOVED TO ;
850 MARKET. Opposite FOURTH ST. .
,: 20 Years Selling Houses in San Francisco.
I Sauare Dealing. Easy ., Terms. All Titles
\u25a0< . Guaranteed.
. SEE HIS BARGAINS.
80 rooma ...... $50CL 32 rooms $1,700
14 r00m5....... 850 160 rooms 6.600
60 r00m5 '......- 5,000 14 rooms >: 500
17 rooms ;..... . 1,000 38 rooms 2,800
10- room flat.... .800 12 rooms 450
16 rooms ...... UOO 22 rooms -1.000
107 r00m5 ....... 7,000 100 rooms 8,600
10 rooms ....... 350 68 rooms .....; " 7.500
24 rooms , 2.200 27 rooms ...... 1.200
CO rooms ...... 3,.*>00 62 rooms 1,000
SSOrooms *...... 10,000 44 rooms 4.200
17 rooms ...... 1,700 30 rooms ...... 2,600
14 rooms ....... '425 40 rooms 4,000
26 rooms 2,200 24 rooms ...... 2.100
24 rooms ...... 1,200 16 rooms 1,000
11 rooms.. 450 9 rooms ...... 650
34 rooms 3,200 44 rooms* 1,600
190 rooms ...... 7,500 218 rooms ...... 10.000
26 rooms .'.. 2.200 6 rooms ...... 250
I have the. above bargains ' for sale or ex-
change. Call. I can suityou.
H. C. DECKER, 850 Market at., opp. Fourth.
A. CAMERON & CO.— —Phone South 1050.
3 Eddy st.. cor. .Market and Powell.
Headquarters for Rooming-houses. Hotels and
All Kinds, of, Business Chances.
8-room elegantly -furnished modern corner
flat; choicest location; oil paintings, chlnaware".
everything goes; will be sacrificed; owner must
leave city. . -
70 rooms; centrally located: up-to-date down-
town house; cheap .rent; well furnished; has
big country transient trade; never clears less
than $300 per month; dissolution of partners
reason for aellln*.', . , -
128-room ' modern, new, downtown house:
office and bllllard-room on ground floor; well
furnished: long lease;, an up-to-date proposi-
tion; doing good business; owing to death in
family will- be sold at sacrifice; part down,
balance long time at low interest. \u25a0
22 rooms; flne location: cheap rent; oak fur-
niture; will take only $550 to get in.
60 rooms, elegantly furnished; grand new
building; fine location; all full and clearing
$800 and over above all expenses; to be sold
at ' big sacrifice on account of sickness In
family, y . ' :
20 rooms; rent only $65; flne location north
of Market; rood furniture and carpets; clears
$75 to |S0 per month; only $1100.
15 rooms; rent only $60;' near Post and Hyd*
sts.; oak furniture; good carpets; upright
flano goes; obliged to leave town; price only
750. -
4S rooms; thoroughly respectable downtown
rooming-house; elegantly .furnished; rent trlflt
over $5 per room; you can clear $250 to $300
per month; location can't, be better; always
I full; to be sold at bargain, account retiring
i from business. • . . y
42 rooms; rent $125; good furniture: all full
and clearing $160 per month; will take smaller
house In part payment; price $1400.
"76 rooms;" full of the choicest furniture and
carpets; | beautiful new' building; choice loca-
tion;- clearing, over $350 per month; close, in;
half cash, balance easy terms at 8 per cent
per annum; call for particulars."
'"18 rooms; flne corner; rent $S0; well fur-
nished;" 2 entrances; all light rooms; a snap
at $750. , .
15 roomY elegantly furnished; little down-
town transient. house,- where you can clear $100
and over every month; must sell on account
oi sickness;- $050. -. . . . '
63 rooms; new. modern, elegantly furnished;
close, to, business centers; full first-class peo-
ple; can be had at bargain: part down, bal-
ance' can be paid out of house; make offer.
32' rooms: fine block on Post st': 8-year lease;
well furnished; ntce and clean; cheap rent; all
full^and can be bought at bargain; call at oui
office tor .full particulars.
8-room new modern fiat; elegantly furnished:
choice location: only 6 months old: cost ovei
$1000 tq furnish; will sacrifice for leas than
half; must leave city, v ;
16 rooms; close In; extra well furnished, but
'owner Is sick In- hospital, and. must be sold.
and the price Is not one-third of its value; big
banraln at $060. x ' .-> . ..
SO rooma. new; well furnished: close In; fine
transient; also permanent roomers, where you
can clear" over .all expenses $150 per ;, month;
retiring from business. " \* •'
II rooms; beautifully 'furnished in best of
oak Axmlnster, and velvet carpets, hair mat-
tresses; \ makes flne I home and clears some
money besides; will be sacrificed. ,
14 rooms; Sutter st.; cheap rent: good fur-
niture and- carpets; can be bought at big snap
as owner is leaving town;; price $650.
10 rooms;' good „ block on Geary; rent only
$50; water \u25a0' free; : well furnished; fine yard:
makes an Ideal little- home; price $450; part
down, balance to suit. .. . . \u0084 >
47 rooms; first-class rooaiing-house; cheap
rent; choice location; always full and clearing
$200 per month the year round; call and we
will be pleased to show It to you.
22 rooms; rent only $100: central location,
well furnished •' and clearing $85 to $90 pei
menth; will take $SSO cash to get It.
; A.' CAMERON ' & CO.. 3 EDDY ST.
FOR sale— One of the finest rooming-houses in
the city: 70 rooms, all new and very elab-
i .orately furnished: private bath with each
'room: either fresh or salt water; rent only
$8 per room; long leare: netting an average
of $22 60 : per - room ; $8000 cash, remainder
of $6000 ' on payments. • •
•\u25a0,-\u25a0 \u25a0 J. ,W. JAQUITH & CO.. >
'•-. 878 James, Flood building. 1
A— FISHER & CO. James Flood bldg
, , Main 3364.
Present a fine line of 'rooming-houses;
i many real bargains; Investigation desired.
15 ROOMS; corner house; clean; good.eondl-
\u25a0 tlon;- carpets new; rooms full; lease: good In-
come; sickness:, no agents; "clears $65 over
' rent. Box 4836, , Call office. ' ~
WANTED — A - lodging-house; not over 50
rooma: well furnished: state If leased, etc.
Address box 1203,- Call office. .
LEGACY enables owner to retire; will sell or
exchange for small flat, 26-rcom house; no
•gents. Box 4705. Call.
A BARGAIN — 42 rooms at less than one-half
cost -of . furniture. . '-- 684 Fourth St.. ; cor.
.Townsend.- ' -'
»im MlSSlON— Good; bargain. 14 nicely fur-
nlshed rooms; cheap rent: good . location.
\u25b2 'CHEAP; bargain: a rooming-house with 14
rooms for sale. fl!3 Howard St.. old No. 609 H-
, ; - , EDUCATIONAL.
A— THE Osbom Conservatory of muslo haa aa
enrollment of 2360 pupils in San Francisco
en mandolin, guitar, violin, banjo, piano-
forte,* harp, cornet, harmony, also voic« cul-
t u re; special ' instructors ; for advanced - stud-
ies;' class and \u25a0 private lessons: recitals gir-
r . en. 1 1 Stelnway Hall building, J 223 Sutter st. ;
phone John 8096. 220. Grant aye.
A — THE. LYCEUM, an accredited - preparatory
'school. for university, lavr and mtdleal col-
lege; ref s., Professor Jordan or any Stanford
' professor; ' day," evng. - session. '; Phelan bldg.
THE Paul Gerson School of .Acting, the largest
, Institution . devoted exclusively to . dramatlo
' learning in . America;- positions guaranteed.
B«nd for catalogue. . Native Sons' building.
! STAMMBRING-i-Why : not - let : us cure you at
( R2li.Frankltni«LV-near. McAllister? Hours 1
-to B p. m. ; guaranteed. .-, : .
i A— METROPOLITAN i Bus. Col. : Cal. B. C. »tut
.: dents .with v us: - stenographers trained;^posi-
tions secured. 925 Golden Gate.' Webster * Co.
HEALD'S School of Mines and Engineering, 24
; Post, St., 8. F. : civil, mining, electrical, steam
.and gas engineering. Send for prospectus.
! ENGINEERING— CiviI, eleo., mln.. mech.. sur-
.,, vey, assay.- cyanide; day, eve. ; est. 1864. Van
| der Nalllen Echool. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
; ALL our graduates get places; we have had 80
positions i since March <1. Call ,; and - see : us.
' •'. Ban " Francisco Business College, .738 . Mission.
HEALD'S ' BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 Post st.
Established \u25a0; 1863 ; largest |in i the ; West; , an-
, ' nual j enrollment 1 1000; • send | for | circulars.'
XRVINO Institute School foi- Girls, 2130 Call-
•"\u25a0\u25a0. fornia et.; Easter term begins Tuesday. Jan-
\u25a0,:,uary.'B.'-1008.V:' -\u25a0.'•.;:-.. "-."-- ';\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - 7 >.;;;-,-/"
: "A~ GALLAGHER-MARSH & BUSINESS COL-
LEGE, 1382 Market st. Send for catalogue.'
DRAJTTNG-ROOM studies." . students lof i other
• . schools : assisted ; , evgs. ; , mall." 20 Hartford st.
WESTERN, Business College. 1281 - Market St.;
; ; ' thorough, practical, \u25a0 modern ; \u25a0 day. \u25a0 evening.' \u25a0>+.
HINMAN'S ACADEMY, a thorough school of
.dancing: all branches. 1412 Polk st..' nr. Calif.
CHEAPEST: and best in America— The Weekly
.- iCall.i 16" pages, sent to any address In the
*-- TTnlted . States or Panada f one >year* for St. ' '
- EYE ; AND '& NERVOUS DISEASES.
HEADACHE;'' I " chronic --' constipation, rheuma-
tlsm, diseases of the eye and the nervous
system speedily cured. DR. BCHIRMAN. 643
Suttar rt. rooms 34-35, bet'Masoa A Taylor.
V CREDIT CLOTHIERS.
C. -F. ADAMS CO. 818 Mason -St.— Clothing
for everybody from hat to shoes: you can get
you want-frcm us and have It charged.
;. : .".V CLOTHIJTO HEiyOVATIBTG. \u25a0
SUITS cleaned and pressed. $1; scouring and
dyeing. Bon March*. Examiner bldg..'r. 410;
phone Drumm 44. Call for and deliver free.
HoomhiK-Hftiim « W J Hotels for Sale.
j . . '..
MARION GRIFFIN.
atsom 801. -.'\u25a0" ' Sth' floor, '. ' •
James Flood Building.
- 070 Market st.. „
Opposite "The Emporium. , t-
• . Up-to-date offices^- .
NEAR THE ELEVATORS."
ALL TITLES GUARANTEED
Rooming-houses and Hotels
v .. For sale and rent.
\u25a0'\u25a0'." " ' *!" " Money to loan. ' " '.•
I : Tel.. Main 33-4-3. ''\u25a0"\u25a0.;
YOU — can — now secure \u25a0
a 17-room houee near \u25a0
Van- Ness and Ellis •. .'
by paying $300. down
and small monthly '
payments. It It
»J> «tl •• s 1 y clean.
Monthly profit is
— $6»— .. • ' - - \ .• • :. .. \u25a0
Highly respectable
—20 rooma — '.-
8 blocks of Market st.
, KLECTRIC . LIGHTS.
. * Profit, $60 monthly. ;
$1200 PRICE $1200
1 You pay <10wn....5300
We back you for. .$9OO
Installments .........
monthly .. .....$2O
. Clean and nice. <
HIGHLY
.-\u25a0'\u25a0" . RESPECTABLE
TRANSIENT- House,
—23 rooms — .
rear Market st. ; ' v * <
$106 net . !
April profit
CLEAN,
— in— ••.-• i
— GOOD ORDER —
W-e w-l-1-1 "
gladly submit
ANY OFFER
YOU DESIRE
— to. make. ! —
— 14 rooms — \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
HIGHLY *
r. RESPECTABLE,
nearly new; cost $1481;
cleared in April $03 60.
— NICE —
— QUIET —
—LOCATION NEAR—
' . • CONGREGATIONAL
Church —
. Price asked $900
Easy terms
- If so desired. . .
— $160 —
—40 roms — . , ' . .-* •
$160 monthly profit "
doesn't signify to a
man who has mining
fever. He is' deter- \u25a0 . , .
mined to sell his
house, worth $3500. ; ' - . . •
Will take .$l5OO.
First • payment only.. . ' '..
$500.
Time to miVj balance
In' the \u25a0 . . " " •
buslnefs.' ' - 1 • \u25a0 , ' .
. ; . A BOARDING
HOUSE, SELECT;
\u25a0 . , 42 rooms; corner east
of. Van Ness. ! Same
• \u25a0 owner 21 years. •
Rent, $135. .
. Price, $1800. "
A- buyer — \u25a0
must come — ' . i
— "with" — - .
an' agent from .
I MARION ' GRIFFIN' 3
""\u25a0 j v "\u25a0\u25a0". office,
I Room 801, James Flood
I Building. 970 Market
: • ' I street.. Opposite-
| "The' Emporium."
— PRICE $400— '
$400. only - $400. . .
— 9 rooms — - . .
— T-r-a-n-s-1-e-n-t —
Close to Market st. \
— Well — v
— Furnished — ..
. . — en. — '..,.'.\u25a0 . .\u25a0 v , , , .'. ;\u25a0
— sunny — - \u25a0
— side of street —
\u25a0 •\u25a0\u25a0 — and — \u25a0-. .• -'"\u25a0 \u25a0 . i
- a good business."; • . \u25a0,;\u25a0 '
'*- , : '.- :;.-> .. — 30 rooms — : .
...^ ... , NEW_ini":. • "
- ' - ELEGANTLY
— furnished — ...
,•* ( — Rooming <$ House —
. " —'on O'Farrell st.", —
owing to ill-health of !
\u25a0 owner, • will > sell 'at .
f — great reduction — :
f rom •' cost : - long leaae ;
exact ' monthly ~. profit
— $165— 5165 —
High class of
permanent: .
ROOMERS. "
— $600— ' ' \u25a0
. \u25a0 -- in cash —
and »t>oo In : $20 ,
monthly installments
\u25a0 — takes a — ' -
"4-room house in 2 and
3 room apartments.. , ; • • .. ,
—(rent $36)—
- sunny corner '. ; v ' v
\u25a0 •, near . • \u25a0
Van Ness avenue '
and Market street. - • ; .'
— A SNAP — ; \u25a0 ,',;.\u25a0.
. \ PARI'LY -Furnished '
PARTLY Fu-nlshed
[31 rooma \u25a0
• £31 • rooms « • • \u25a0
Near Turk and Larkln
Near Turk and Larkln
- Rent $130.
\u25a0 ; Rent $130.
\u25a0 Get . a permit to eoe
the house from - '
MARION GRIFFIN,
970 Market St.,
Opposite : \u25a0
. •*\u25a0': : "The Emporium."
'.- —$2oo— : \u25a0 : ... -'.'\u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0.
$200 : ' ; I
Paid down and $200 In 1
$10 monthly Install-
ments - will buy - a<
highly respectabto ' '
— 14-room- house —
— now clearing —'. -
WELL. FURNISHED ' "'.- *
\u25a0 : .- : .. . • B-i-g | ;
•';.. ... \u25a0' ~D-e-p-e-n-d-a-b-l-«
" "\u25a0'.-'•: Houses
— Price $4000 —
60. rooms, .* :;-
clears monthly, $391, '
;,;.; Price $4500 —
61 rooms, near
St Francis Hotel,
— Price $5700 —
68 rooms, rent $370;
/•"— % ce 8C |8000 —
". ; 80 rooms; - exchange
for real estate,
aearr. $635 monthly.
. "The' Finest." \u25a0"
: -..-., ... . ' — Price- $4000 —
.;*?.;.» 124 rooma near
' "The Chronicle." '
MARION GRIFPIN. j
WE also have'a, > • |
"O-ra-n-d-s-w-e-1-l"
house. * blocks north .
of Market, that is a . !
'dream of. beauty and
a joy forever" ; private i. .
baths; all up-to-date; \u25a0- '
profit $210 . monthly. > - \u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0'.-'\u25a0"\u25a0•
-.— Price $5500— . ' " :
\u25a0 — easy terms — -•. \u25a0 '" \u25a0 .' \u25a0'.\u25a0..-\u25a0\u25a0 "
MARION GRIFFIN. . .
870-.: Market • \u25a0 it. ;-'. -, : ;. ; \u25a0\u0084
\u25a0"\u25a0 '\u25a0' : \u0084-\u25a0 / '. . ! '\u25a0 • \u25a0 WANTED— A . bl*.
: : - * house partly furnished
I , : , ,-•?'••— :for 'a — .- '• > -\u25a0
• . . — epeclal - customer —
'\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0:'-\u25a0••\u25a0• :>\u25a0 \ \u25a0' ! " : '-' — quick . sale —
[Bring. <>•\u25a0•.# '
full particulars
r MARION: GRIFFIN.
Room •01." \u25a0: • -;-.-
JS.HI69 FlOOu BulldlHsT*
. \u0084 v,- . 970 r, Markets tt,
'\u25a0 ' . • ' Opposite "Emporium. 1 '
\u25a0 , ,_ NOTICE —.'.:- :--« \u25a0;;, .-.,\u25a0. k v . - .
We have a client who ", '-'".'/\u25a0\u25a0.'..; ' \u25a0.
has ' spent . two month* " "\u25a0 -- SS^'i^
looking for a 25 to 35 ' - . ; ; .
lUSfe -:
formation; -of -such; a \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0- .
house In ,--. good v repair
at. reasonable rented ' /..;..
in a good neighborhood
lor .. rent Ing. room*. - \u25a0
on that reward. :;\u25a0--'. • '\u25a0'. "'•\u25a0• \u25a0'. .
If you know of such a • • ."- V' ..
house.; coma;. in i? and \u25a0 '. ' ' '
get * the \u25a0 money. -•-....: .. - • • ' . .'\u25a0•- '
IN> ' ' " : " : '
James Flood > Bulldinar * ! .\u25a0\u25a0•'\u25a0• •;•!\u25a0' ' ; -,
— 9To" Market? st. — •-\u25a0:\u25a0 . .-. '\u25a0 .
Opposite "Emporium." , ' , " ". V
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The .Weekly Call.
« PWes, -i_n. wrapper, forraalllnf.il per yr.
. CLAIRVOYANTS. *~
THE GREAT. ONLY AND ORIGINAL
PRINCESS EUGENIA.
TRANCE CLAIRVOYANT.
BORN WITH A DOUBLE VEIL.
EDUCATED IN OCCULT SCIENCE IN
\u25a0 — • EGYPT AND INDIA. \u25a0
SPECIAL— THIS WEEK ONLY—
MY «5 COMPLETE LIFE READINGS. $1.
TELLS YOUR NAME— TELLS YOU WHEN
AND WHOM YOU WILL MARRY.
Settles love • qutsrrels and promptly reunites
the separated, . no matter how long standing.
: London's most famous palmist and clair-
voyant; is acknowledged by press and public
the greatest living DEAD TRANCE MEDIUM.
| She tells what you came for before you utter
a word; does not ask questions, no matter what
your trouble may be. - -
Call and she will guide you with certainty
higher than human power. Tells you the truth,
good or bad.
HOURS— IO TO 8. DAILY AND SUNDAY.
114S MARKET ST.— ll4B.
(Same Floor Fowser. Photographer).
MME. BERNARD. ' THE FAMOUS
Clalrvcyart and business medium, reads your
life correctly; gives accurate description of
past: reveals present happenings: portrays
\u25a0.'events to occur in the future: valuable ad-
vice on all affairs In life: satisfaction guar>
anteed; 2Sc up. 17 Third St.. near Market.
A— ss MENTAL readings. $5 mental readings.
One Dollar. One Dollar.
SIR GEORGE ORMONDE. 1007 Market st.
* Genuine Natural Dead Trance Clairvoyant.
Removes spells, ill luck, enemies, weak hab-
its; restores lost. vitality ;luck in mlnlng.love.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted dalr. * palm.,
has second sight: a wonderful prophetess;
I correctly treat your love affairs, domestic
trouble bus. and financial success: names;
L.. 50cT*G.. SI. H3 Golden Gate aye.
ISMAR. Egyptian seeress. The Vendome. 1104 !
Market St., San Francisco. Office hours — 10 :
\u25a0: m. to B p. m.: Sundays. 10 to 12; Wednes-
. day evening. Bto 8. Phone South 1141.
MIS 3 M. "WILLE. 810 Ellis St.. clairvoyant
crystal seer and life reader, tells you exactly
. what you called for without asking a quea-
tlon; names given; SI; hours 10 to 8.
MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader, haa
removed from 108 Sixth st. to 954 Mission.
MME. MARSEAU. card reader; L. 25, O. 60.
645 Minna et..- phone Folsom 3597.
MISS WARD, clairvoyant, gives names, dates
and facts. 1035 Market st.
SPIRITUALISM.
JOHN SLATER circle to-night. 8:15; tests to
• all. 616»4 Lombard st.. between Powell and
Mason; sittings 10 to 4; phone James 739 i
A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, bua. medium and
life reader. 1200 Market, r. 10. Oalt House.
Mrs. 8111. 1049 A Market, r. 21; sit. dally. 10 a.
m. to 7 p. m.; dr. Mon., Wed.. Frt. evtngs.
EARLE'B seance Sun.. Wed. nights. 219 Eddy.
Read, dally. Hotel Hlgglns: ladles $1 thla wk.
PROF. GEE— Medium readings dally; circles
every night except Mon. and Sat. 993 Market.
PALMISTRY.
ISBEL OF NEW WORK,
The noted palmist and psychic, is temporari-
ly located at 132 Turk st.. corner of Jones.
Hours, 12 to 6 and Saturday until 10 p. m.
"RETURNED— H. Jerome Fosselll. sclentlfla
palmist. 612 Mason «t.. between Sutter and
Bush:' phone Black 5608. '____
CHIROPODISTS.
CORNS, bunions, ingrowing nails; lady chirop-
odist; hours 9 to 11. 12:30 to 4. « Eddy st.,
room 108. top floor.
DENTISTS.^
D^E^^E^^A^NirESS~^EI?rXL^OMPANYT
Perfect painless dentistry at lowest prices.
Our patent pearl plates, $5; sliver fillings,
25c; gold fillings. $1; gol£ crowns, $3 50;
bridge work. $3 60. 1104 Market, cor. Turk.
A NEW plate — The Whalebons— Cannot break;
warranted 20 yrs.; crowns $5 SO; fllllngs 50c;
plates. $5. full set; all work »,air'ess and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 14 Sixth.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market, nr. 11th—
No charge for extracting when plates «r»
made: old plates, made over like new; teeth
. from $S per set; extracting BOc; gaa given.
FILLINGS. 25c and 50c; crowns. $2. NEW
YORK DENTISTS. 969 Mission. SE cor. 6th.
GOLD fillings. 76c; silver. 36c; crowns, $2. no
pain; op. Sun. Dr.A.C.Hewltt. XOHi Grant ay.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.
GEORGE M. SAKAUYE — Successor to George
Aokl, 'oldest and largest Japanese and Chines*
employment office, "421. Post st.; phone Bush
135; promptly furnishes all - kind of help.
STAR . Employment Office — Reliable Japanese
and Chinese help furnished with care. W.
KADOTA. 400 Powell »t.; tel. Main 1731.
A — ORPHEUM Employment Offlce^ — Japaneso-
Chlnese help. 426 Powell »t.. tel. Main 5732.
A— JAPANESE and Chinese, help. V\U.
YOSHY. 415 Stockton St.; t»l. Bush ?s^.
Finest Japanese help: house-cleaning specialty.
. Geo. R. Kumabe. 317 Mason; tel. James 5351.
CHINESE Employment Office — Best nelp at
Leon Seung*s. 411H O'Farrell; tel. East 426.
CHINESE and Japanese help; e*tab. 'JO years.
Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY St CO.. 640 Clay.
JAPANESE. Chinese help of all kinds furnish-
ed: housecleanlng. 7CB Tayl;r; Jam«s 7636.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chl lese Employment Of*"
flc»: all kinds help. 315 StTckton: Main 51S8.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — FEMALE.
AA— BOOKKEEPER, cashier; prepossessing
young woman." with tact, an expert account-
ant.' familiar with all modern systems, de-
sires permanent position .In wholesale house
or as private secretary;' highest ' references.
Box 2011. Call.' . " .'
AA— ACCOUNTANT; expert: all aystems;
*rapld cashiering; expert office manager, dem-
onstrator or traveling .saleswoman; .full of
, quick. . practical business tact. Box 2612.CaU.
A RESPECTABLE young girl wishes a situa-
tion in a small family to do light housework
and plain cooking: car fare must be paid.
Address box 2561, Call office. -
TRAVELING saleslady, good talker and de-
monstrator, wishes position at Portland Fair
or any territory; speaks French; German,
Spanish. English. Box 4790. Call office.
COMPETENT German girl wants position In
American family for second work and walt-
\u25a0 Ing. . Call 1700 Turk st.
GOOD laundrers; does ladles' washing and
curtains at. home. 373 Linden aye.
LADY wants housework. Address 814 Folsom.
REFINED French lady (Parislenne). speaking
English fluently, wishes a position with a
family who Is going to France aa maid or
governess; city references. H. D.. 420 Her-
mann St. -
\u25a0 REFINED French lady (Parislenne), speaking
English fluently, wishes a • position with a
family who is going., to France aa maid or
governess; city references. H. D.. 420 Her-
. Mann st. - * ' . . . \
A PARLOR maid and waitress, 3 years' ref-
erences, wants a place In country at $30 a
month. Write to MISS PLUNKETT. 428
.; Slitter; St., or phone Main 5472.^
"EXPERIENCED young Eastern woman of 3O
will do housework few hours dally for room
and board or small , pay; is good housekeeper
: and can \u25a0 give Al reference. Box 2564. Call.
AN experienced, trustworthy lady would like-
position -aa housekeeper for first-class club
or apartment house; beet ot reference. Box
2203, Call" office. /
LADY going Eaat will assist with lady or
children. . Apply after 1 p. m. (not Sunday)
at 217 : South California St., bet. Third and
Fourth ayes. \u25a0 (Richmond).
RELIABLE woman would like a few more
families by day. laundry work or cleaning or
chamber work. 488 Geary; phone Brown 32;
• box 2613,' Ca11. . .
A COMPETENT and experienced stenographer
.would like : extra work; . neatness and ac-
curacy \u25a0 guaranteed. 1211. Call building." •-\u0084;"
WOMAN wants work by the day, \u25a0 washing or
house cleaning;. $1 60 and carfare. MRS. OS-
GOOD. 115 Hayes at. . , '. '
YOUNG married woman wants position to Ar>
\u25a0' houseworks or care-: for children during the
- day; sleep at" home. ; 2750 Greenwich at.*
A MIDDLE-AGED Swedl*h lady. would Ulc« a
. position -at cook in family; best of reference
388 Dolores st. \u0084
REFINED \u25a0 young woman with, good S ref
.wishes position as companion. Phone JOhii
3266. .. \u25a0-. ". .." - \u25a0 — " - ,
12 SWEDISH. German and American cham-
bermaids wish positions; city and resorts
..Phone. John 3286. • . \u25a0"
CAPABLE woman wishes position aa matron
- or assistant In - hospital; years' experience
Phone John 3266. . • j \u25a0\u25a0„\u25a0•-• v
2 FIRST-CLASS i waitresses wish -positions at
resort : ' i Al . ref." DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.
462 Geary st. , \u25a0 . \ ..\u25a0.-'.\u25a0,•. \u25a0-\u0084\u25a0\u25a0- -
YOUNG i lady . understanding . Spanish desires
position? experienced: best of city references.
':\u25a0 Box 2000.' Call. . -" . ', -.\u25a0 - .- .< • - -..
YOUNO lady wishes position aa nurseglrl. Ad-
i- ply 1000 Jackson at." \u25a0 '
WANTED — Children's "dressmaking and plain
sewing. "'* 35 - Hartford; phon* Qi"~-h *oj.t.
BUSINESS CHANCES.- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0>
A— (1500; BALOONwith S rooms; close to
SpreckeU' market; rent $60: death and sick- :
ness In family cause of sale. See-R. G.
WII.KE. 26% Kearny at. . , !
A— s4ooo: CORNER ealoon with rooms; 1 block
from City- Hall; transfer corner: monthly
mli-j about $l(X<0; lease 5 years; the best lo-
cation and off»r In this city. . See R. G.
WILKE. 2«>4 K«arny st.
A— $1800; CORNER ealoon in wholesale dis-
trict: kept by owner 8 years; must be sold at
once; owner to retire from business; a flrst-
i class paying place. Call on R. G. WILKE,
1:614 Kearny 6t. . . \ , . '
A—Sl4ou;A — S140u; REoTAURANT and oy«ter-house; on
Larkln rt.; rent $50; lease; business estab-
lished years: sUknesa in family of owner only
cause or sale. See K. G. WILKE. L'C.i
Kearny et.
A— s23oo; MILK and dairy route- across the
bay; 20 cows, 4 horses, wagons; sales 'about
5S gallons per day. Call R. G. WILKE, -C'-j
Kearny st. , .
$1100 — STATIONERY, school supplies, notions,
candy. Ice cream parlors close to two schools;
6 rooms; rent $50; & years lease; Western i
addition. Call R. 0./VVILKE. 2tf& Kearny.
A— FOP. sale,, well established bottlebeer busl- !
ness: investigate. . it. G. WILKE. 26 J4
Kearny at. I r ,
A— ssooo; EALOON c!os< to Call building; es-
tablished many years; '4 years' lease; doing a
first-class bUßir.r?*; elegantly fitted up.' For
particulars call R. G. WILKE. :.'«# Kearny.
A— s3soo; WOOD, coal yard, with agency of
Union and National lea Co.; also Shasta wa-
ter: 3 hon>et<. 2 wagons, stock, etc. ;.plac«
efctab.llshed 0 years; situated across the bay;
a flret-clas* business opportunity. Call.R. G.
WILKE. Sgy» Kearny st. > '\u25a0'
A— ss6o; PLUMBING and metal roofing shop:
location the very best in 'Western Addition;
rent tIS: established 35 years; owner to
retire to ea»y avenue; stock >alues4oo; a
rare chance. For particulars, see R. G.
WILKE. 26«4 Kearny st.
A— s6soo; CORNER grocery atore and bar.
with 6 >ear»' lea*e; Ed,dy bt.: place doing
first-das* business; elegant fixtures; stock
at invoice, about $400<»; a rare chance. For
particulars, c^U on R. G. WILKE, 'Mbi
Kearny st. '^
A— s4soo; HOTEL across the bay with 60
elegant furnished rooms; bar. bowling alley,
dance hall and beautiful grounds; rent $116;
A years' leaae; one of the best and rarest in
the market. See . R. G. WILKE. '-'«!*
Kearny et. " •*
A— ssooo; CORNER French liquor store; close
to Sutter st.; rrnt $CS; 3 years' lease; place
kept -by owner years; best class of bar and
family trade. Call and make aa offer. R. G.
WILKE, 2<14 Kearny st.
A— ssooo; CORNER saloon, a few blocks from
Chronicle building: many- fortunes n?*de -In
the iilace; this place Is kept by the present
owner for about fifteen years.' \u25a0 . • \u25a0
Half Interest. $:SWO: long lease: place em-
ploys 3 men. 4 •
Only first-class saloon roan accepted. For
• particulars call en R. G. WILKE. 20'^
Kearny st.
A— s4ooo; saloon with 15-furnished rooms; rent
$10u; 3 years' lease; location first-class;
business A No. 1; fixtures elegant; a bar-
gain all around. Call R. C. WILKE. 26 <A
Kearny st.
A— sl2oo; CORNER saloon with 7 furn. rooms:
rent lree; place sells irem 10 to 15 barrels
I beer weekly; location' can't be beat; sickness
I Of owner compels a great sacrifice. In-
! \estlgate at once; a f;rst-clai>s offer. Call
R. G. WILKE. 2C»a Kearny et. \u25a0 -
A— SICCO; SALOON with 2 furn. rooms; rent
. $30, iease 4 years: ptece surrounded by fac-
tories and wotk shops; business O. K. Call
R. G. W"LKE. WVi Kearny at.
A— s3ooo; MARKET of delicatessen, dairy pro-
duce, iancy groceries and ice cream parlor;
\u25a0 ieiit SCO; 1 horse. 1 wagon: business estab-
lished by owner 1U years ago: dally receipts
above $60; trial clien; owner to retire; a
rare chance. Call R. G. WILKE. 26!$
Kearny et. ' '
A— s7ooo; SALOON: cne of the best In this
city; kept by owner about IS years; dally re-
ceipts betwen StSO and $70; 4 years' lease;
rent $150; owner situated to live on easy
aye.; no trifiers need to call. See R. G. ;
WILKE. 2«H Kearny st. •• - - •
A—sllso;A — $1150; GROCERY, branch \u25a0 bakery, notions!
and crockery store; 3 living, roms; -rent lift: '
very best location In the Mission; stock con- !
slsts of dry goods, notions, crockery, cigars, i
tobacco, butter, vggs, etc.; a bargain; Inves- i
tlgate and make offer: good for man and-;
wife. R. G. WILKE. 26>i Kearny st. ' I
A— sl2so; CTHOPHOUSE with 7~fur. rooms, on .
Kearny St.; lease; business established years
and good paying. Call R. G. WILKE. 20^
Kearny st. * .
A $2500 corner, saloon, roadhouse on transfer
point of different car lines; lease; nice fur-
nished rooms: muet be sacrificed, as owner
' is engaged in other business; actual value at
least $4000. R. G. WILKE, 26H Kearny st.
A— $1000; COR. grocery and branch bakery,
with 2 living rooms; rent $20; a gcod paying
place, with money to be saved for the bank;
good for man and wife. Call R. G. WILKE,
264 Keainy st.
A— s24oo; CORNER grocery and 'bar: must* be
sold; owner to engage in other line of busl- j
ness; full value of fine stock. In sight; 4Vi-
year lease; location can't be beat. Call R. i
G. WILKE. 26»4 Kearny st.
A— s26oo; .HOTEL and barroom with. 30 fur- :
nlihed room* in Oakland manufacturing; dis-
trict; rent $60; horse, buggy; lease; estab-
lished years. Call.R. G. WILKE. 20 Vi
Kearny st.
A— slBoo CORNER grocery and bar en Ellis
St.. with living rooms: place established
years; location first class; cash business, no
trust, and clearing above $150 per • month. '
Call R. Q. WILKE. 26H Kearny st. ;
A— s3soo: WOOD, coal yard, with agency Union
and National Ice Co., also Shasta Water; 2
horses, 2 wagons, stock, etc.; place estab. 0
years, located across bay; first-class business
opportunity. R. G. WILKE, 26% Kearny st."
A— sl6so; CORNER grocery and bar on Sacra-
mento St.. Western Addition; & rooms; 4
years' lease; place established years. Call R.
G. WILKE. 2»V4 Kearny st.
A— sl2so; FINELY fitted up coffee, tea and
crockery store; well established, with 3 nice
living rooms; lease if wanted: value In sight:
a bargain. See R. G. WILKE. 28^ Kearny.
R. E. CALLAHAN. 2G Montgomery et.
Telephone • John 6306.
Business locations and leases a specialty.
If you are looking for an opportunity ta
engage In the. liquor business, - 1 " would be
pleased to have you call and see me; I maka
a specialty of 'ealoons, groceries and bars,
hotels with bars attached, etc.. and I am In
a position to give you Information •on op-
portunities that you cannot find In any other
office, aa my business Is strictly confidential
and the different places 1 have listed are not
on the open market; I will positively guar-
antee them to ,be Jutt as represented.
$1000— MANUFACTURING business; partner
wanted; making- staple articles of dally us«;
employing 25 hands; has the latest Improved
machinery, running full capacity; order* far
in advance: owner a well-known reliable
man of Al standing; • books and business
open to Inspection to an acceptable party;
duties e4«liy learned. • For further partlcu-
lara apply to 632 Market St., j room 6.
IF you have from 5100 to $2000 In ready money
I can show you how and. where to. employ it
so as to make a fortune in a few. years, with-
out rl«k, in a legitimate business enterprise.
I invite the most rigorous Investigation, and
am prepared to submit satisfactory evidence
to convince the most conservative. Address
A. D.. P. O. box 1372. New York City.
FOR sale — Only dru* »tore In thriving town;
Irvlngton, Alaxneda Co.. Cal.; population
about 600; big country trade; Anderson Col-
lege, two grocery ' stores and one large hard-
ware and furniture store dotng a thriving
business; excellent opportunity, for a good
physician; price $1800; good reason. for sell-
ing. Apply to H. D. FORD. Irvtngton, Cal.
FOR sale — A good butcher business, located In
Goleta Valley. 7 miles west of Santa Bar-
bara: 5 horses, 3 wagons and everything per-
taining to the business; I -am here 15 years.
I hay« to sell on account of my health; will
give a lease of the property: a full investiga-
tion desired: price $2000. W. -T. WARREN.
Goleta. Cal. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 > '
FOR eak — A bargain; hotel and bar in Eono-
- ma County; newly, furnlnhed and complete in
every detail, including- gaslight by owner's
plant: billiard room and everything neces-
«ary for first-clan place: no agent; Investi-
gate. Owner, box 28,- Windsor.- Sonoma "Co.
$400 — MUST be sold: a sacrifice 'on account of
Blckntas; one of the. best opportunities ever
ofTVreit for. the money; a fortune 'at haml;
litlf interest In manufacturing business; will
bear strictest Investigation. 16C4 Mission st.
$ISCO — CORNER grocery store • and ' bar with 3
years' le«s«e; rent $35;" cash receipts from
Sit to 127 daily. Inquire Robert Elliott,'wlth
TILLMANN fc BENDEL. 313 Battery st.
HAVE seven responsible". men; want three
more with $150 for., ground floor legitimate
industrial enterprise; - agreeable occupation;
tn*S saiary: Investigate. Box 2380.. Call. .
SALE or partner— Established dry goods, busi-
ness In Oregon : fresh stock ; excellent busl- '
new terms reasonable; . reason • for change.
poor health. Box 2472., Ca11. . .
FOR sale— sl3s; small restaurant ;' and . lunch
counter; .big - business; good<- place for man
and wife. 31^ Eighth st;
MACHINE shop j and j blcycta . store to rent ur
for sale;' good chance- to- right' man. Box
245.".. Call office. ; , \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;.\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 . . - .; -\u25a0-.::.-
sBwO — Chicken ranch; with C-room house, furn •
barn; allimprovem'ts so. with sale: chickens,
plgeone. etc.: 2 acres; Tlburon. Kred0. ,765 Mkt."
A' GOOD bakery in the country for sale on ac-
count of ' departure. Inquire 'M. GETZ," box
12. 01* Misilcn it. ' .j
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No NS. K. T.. «23 Sutter et.— Stated TSr
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All f raters are courteously Invited. By or-
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THEO FROLICH. Recorder.
SAN FRANCISCO Chapter No. 1, j
Royal Arch Masons. meets THIS VVf
EVENING. Business and R. A. De- f>f\
gree. H. G. PRINCE. Sec.
CWVIDENTAL Lodge No. 22. F. and A. •
M.. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING »tW
7:30 o'clock. Second degree. By or- f>f\
Uer of the Master.
WALTER G. ANDERSON. Secretary.
HERMANN Lodee No. 127. F. and A. <•
M— Called m*»tlng THIS DAY iMON-
DAY*. May \h. l©os. at 7-.30 o'clock />T>
p. m. Degree 2. By order of the
W. M. L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
HERMANN Lodge No. 127. F. and A. *
M.--<*al>d meeting: on TL'ESDAT. YY
May 16. at 1 :30 p. m.. for the funeral fyf \
of our deceased brother. PETER
JENS CARSTENSEN. at 1 :S0 o'clock p. m..
late member of lonic Lodge No. 9, Seattle.
Wash. By order of the W. M.
L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
KING Solomon's Lodge No. 260, F. and «
A. M.. 1539 Fillmore «.— First degree \Jntf
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING at 7:30 J^f\
o'clock. HARRY BAEHR. Sec.
THE California Debris Commission having re-
ceived applications to mine by hydraulic pro-
cess from Esperance Drift Mining Company.
in Esperaoce mine, near French Corral.
Nevada County. Cal. draining into Allison
Cr«ek. which reaches 6outh Yuba River:
from S. H. Robinson. In Buckeye mine, near
Columbia. Tuolumne County. Cal... draining
Into Woods Creek, which reaches Tuoluznn*
River, and from F. M. Hunrerford. In Vol-
cano mine, near Brownsville Eldorads
County. Cal., draining into Cedar Creek,
which reaches Cosumnes River, gives notice
that a meeting to receive any protests will
be held at room es Flo->d bulldinr San
Francisco, Cal.. May 22, 1905. at 1:30 p. m.
ANNUAL meeting — The regular annual meet-
Ing of the stockholders of the Olympic Salt
Water Company will be held at the ofHe«
of the company. 327 Market «t.. S. F-. Cal..
on MONDAY, the 22d day of May. J905. at
the hour of 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpos*
of fleeting a board or alrectors to »erve for
the tnxuliyr year and the tranitettan' ot :
•uch ether business as may come before the
meeting. Transfer books will close on
Friday. May 12. 1905, at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON. Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS—
Notice is hereby given that the annual meet-
Ing of the rtockbciders of the KERN
TRADING AND OIL COMPANT will b«
held on SATURDAY, May 27. 1905 at 12
«/clock noon, at room 12lfl, Merchants' Ex-
rr.anre building. San Francisco, California,
fcr the purpos* of electing a board of live
director* for the ensuing year and to transact
puch other business ar may legally come
before tald jneetlrur. May 13. 1&05.
J- L. WILLCUTT. Secretary.
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ATTORMSYS-AT-LAW.
AtfvUe free In all legal matters; private divorces
a •i.edalty: quick; quiet; no pay unless divorce
it rranud- collections made; partnerthlp bill of
#als. wills, deeds, etc.. drawn. Op»n evenings
by requwt. Established 22 years O w
HOWE. 1122 Market %t.. bet. Mason & Taylor!
n * T\. KTXG - AUom^at-Law7~Ex7m. bid 7!
6th floor entrance room 611; establl»h«d -0
year*: all courts, general courts and ofnee
practice; no fee* in advance or for consulta-
tion; evenings by appointment. Tel. Red 3801.
ADVICE free; legal divorce, costs 112- all law
oases handled: no fee In advance: ooen Sat-
urday evenings; other evenings by appolnt-
twert; rail and save money. gi» Market, r. 33.
AA— DIVORCE: costs $12; quick, quiet; advice
free: all law business; r.o charge unless suc-
tegtfnl; open evening*. 827 Market, room 30L
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ce«>ful. Examiner bonding, room 316.
L. F. CLARK. 927 Market, roam 304; consulta-
Unn free; tip Te— In advance: open evenings.
.AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED— 3 or 4 goeA arents Bolleit~rrom our
wa*r>n»: city and Oakland: big Inducements.
C. F. ADAMS CO.. HIS Mason st.
GOOD aalesrarn wanted: ecmething new; sells
»h»r*ver hor*e* are kept; gftod money. A
H. HENEFIKL. 607 Golden Gate aye.
AOEXTS make $.5 «!ally: co can you: will »x-
r'.a'n bow for 10c. JAS. ANDERSON. Mo-
m^nce. 111.
A MONET-MAKING opportunity for a woman
willing ta travel. Hox 2«27. Call ofrtce.
AUTOMOBILES.
WANTED — To buy aR entomoblle of some goo-J
make end '.n i-vxJ running order: *tate make
and »ow»tt prtce asked. Vox 2092, Call. -
ASTHMA CLHB.
I>l KOLA'S AHtlima Itr.-aedy relieves Instantly;
Kt. 2vC. SOc. 1602 Market. St. Nicholas, also
Winhart. Tenth and Wanhlnrton. OakUnd. \u25a0
BALSA3I TREATMENT.
A TRIAL treatment to sufferers from catarrh,
VmachitJ*. ejsthma. coughs, cold*. hoar»ene«».
*or» throat, neuralela. RHACKELTOVS
BALSAM Tnr.ATMENT. OfCT J.t«. Flood bid.
""*" " coi.li;ctio.v^ojff^e& ';
BAD lecasta ejected for $4: collection* made:
elty or country. Pacific Collection' Co., 415
. Itactccmtry it, rooms 9-10. TeL Main SISO.
EMPL O YAIEX T WA NTED -- Ftma l«— Con
A THOROUGHLY reliable stenographer, type-
. writer an! bookkeeper desires position; wIU
give faithful work, best of references. Ad-
drets Mrs. B. box 1«42.-CalL
MIDDLE-AGED woman; Is a good, economical
cook: hotel or delicatessen store. Call \Vi
' O'Farrell st.: best of reference.
AN elderly woman would like a position la
an American family to aswst with children
. and light housework. 395 Sixth st.
. \u25a0
WANTED by a respectable woman, work by
the day. Ta«hing or housecleanlng. Address
969 Mission st . room 27.
COMPETENT German woman wants wanhln*
and Ironing by the day; no postals. 12(6
Vallejo st.
A YOUNG lady wishes a, position In a bakery.
Box 21C8. Call. ':..".\u25a0 '
FRENCH nur«e with high ref. wishes care of
children. Phone John 32W.
EMPLOYMENT W.VSTED — MALE.
YOUNG man wants position as bookkeeper;
city or country; excellent references. Box
47SS. Call office. '
BUTLER — An Intelligent, responsible Japanese
desires a position; has had many year* «x-
perience; has the ability to perform excellent
butler's duty: has references in regard* to his
character. K. X.. 523 H Pine st.
GARDENER (single) wishes situation on pri-
vate place; competent In all branches, green-
houses, orchard, vegetables and landscape
gardening, with California experience and
references. Box 2378. Call office.
TRUSTWORTHY man possessing sterling
qualities, no bad habit*, wishes position as
watchman, night or day. for large firm;
best references In city. Box 1710. Call. ,
WANTED— Clerical work of any kind by young
man; competent stenographer and office
assistant: references; moderate salary. Box
2597. Call office.
SITUATION .wanted by painter and paper-
hanger; has tools; work guaranteed and
reasonable. PAINTER. UVi^j Mission St.;
phone Howard 2222.
ENGINEER and electrician wants position t»
run plant: nine years last place; good all
around man; satisfactory reference. Address
113 Eleventh avenue. Richmond district.
A STENOGRAPHER residing with parents d«-
slres position; competent; some experience;
' low salary to commence ' with. Box 2521.
Call office.
YOUNG man speaking- and writing English.
French. Bpanlsh and Italian Is willing ta
work. Address N. TRACCHIA. 310 Mont-
gomery aye., room 5. .
A CASHIER acquainted with coast trade; ex-
1 pert In handling coin; modern methods; San
Francisco experience and highest references.
Box 2339. Call office.
A SOBER. Industrious German wants work on
a private place; take care of horses, milk,
tend garden, do painting, housework; city or
country. Box 2208. Call.
YOUNG man wants place In private family;,
waiting at table and second work. Box 2142.
Call office. _
YOUNG man. understands* dining-room work,
wants position as waiter In boarding-house.
Box 2148. Call office. -
EXPERIENCED Japanese laundryman wishes)
position in family; best reference. 835 Sac-
ramento st. S
SITUATION wanted by young man as private
secretary; experienced; beat of references.
Box 4903. Call.
YOUNG man would like to obtain work in a
stable; an all-round man: willing worker.
A. F. M.. 321H Powell st.
WANTED — Position in any kind of office work;
4 years' experience; gentleman. Box 2671.
CalL
GARDENER, steady, sober man. single, wants
work any kind; city or country. Box 256,
Call office.
ELDERLY blacksmith's helper wants light Job
at helping; no shoeing; small wages if good
place. H. W.. 228 Natoma st.
AN experienced, sober ana steady bartender,
with best references, wishes poeitton In city
or country. Box 2338. Call office.
BY young man. position as teamster, city or
country. Address 1729 McAllister st.; phone
Fell 40S8. _
SITUATION wanted to care for horses, garden,
etc. H. 8.. 613 Montgomery st.
STRONG boy would like to learn the black-
smith trade. Box 4810. Call.
COMPETENT rectifier wishes position. Apply
514 Second St.. Tug of War Saloon.
BARTENDER would like position: liquor store
preferred; speaks French. Box 4157. CalL
FIRST-CLASS barber wants steady position;
evenings or Wed.. 3at.. Sun. 934 Howard st.
FIRST-CLASS barber, middle age, wishes
position; city or country. Box 2214. CalL
JAPANESE first-class cook wants position In
nice family or boarding house; has reference.
Phone East 1608. 1410 Pins st.
YOUNG Japanese wishes position near his
address as a cook for evenings; wager $3;
sleeps home. O. PC DA. 611 Baker st.
A JAPANESE boy wants position at house-
work in nice family. FRANK. 703 Larkln
. st. ; teu East 8770.
JAPANESE, good cook, desires position In pri-
vate family; -no objection to country. 413
Stockton st. ; tel. Bush 839.
AN excellent Japanese cook wants position;
good family; good references. S. N.
GEORGE. 313 Sutter it.; tel. Black 42U.
JAPANESE boy /"wants housework; small
wages: attend night school and room out.
• 1225 Fulton St.. rear.
A JAPANESE boy wants position at laundry
work In family; wages over $30. Addreaa
530 Polk «. .-;, .
WELL experienced Japanese, boy wants posi-
tion as porter tn any kind of atore. GEORGE.
631 Duaont it., city. -. - \u0084
JAPANESE boy wants evening job; after C
o'clock. W. H.. box 4806, CalL
CHINESE flrst-elasa cook wants position aa
cook en steamer: wagea $75 month. WONO
QtE, 815% Washington st.
FINANCIAL.
5000 SHARES Barca Oil Company, 3Se; 8000
shares In Plnal sold last month. $30,000; cost
3 years ago $4000: Barca la same district has
better prospect than the Plnal then had; It
being 2 miles from the only well then In
the district; the Barca to-day being In the
midst of producing wells. W. E. BARN-
ARD. 476 Tenth st.
— A
REALTY SYNDICATE CBRTinCATXS
CONTINENTAL B. AND L. CERTIFICATES
purchased for cash; top prices paid. Address
either 012 Call bldg. or 107 Crocker bldg.
flat's to let.
aaa— completed list of houses.
FLATS, apartment and rooming housea; our
renting department Is fres to all; w« caa
find you a home In any part of the city;
ask tor no payment other than your good
will; we do not ask you to buy or even took
at the goods; use this department treely;
you are mon \u25a0 than welcome.
CORDE3 FURNITURE CO.. 245-239 Geary
st. (on the square).
BTEKLINO FURNITURE COMPANT,
Every desirable vacant dwelling is listed .la
our renting department. Combined lists from
35 of the largest agencies. Bavea a world of
time and trouble.
Service ta absolutely free. '
You are not asked to buy or eves look at
furniture. Welcome!
STERLING FURNITURE COMPANT
1089 Market st. Opposite McAllister.
TO let— lf you are looking for a vacant flat.
cottage, rooming or apartment - house you
caa find Just what you wish by vliitinr our
renting department; we have the largest
combined list In the city; service absolutely
free; we do not ask you to buy. but want
yoor good wll. T. BRILLIANT FURNI-
TURE CO.. 338 to 342 Post St.. opposite th*
square.
APARTMENT flats, the handsomest and sun-
niest In the city; 5 rooms, bath, laundry,
store rooms, extra I*rg» porches, beautiful li-
braries and dressers, elegantly frescoed and
paneled walls, art sash: hallway and Janitor
service; fronting beautiful Alamo Sqnar«», on
the hill. ' southeast corner Scott and Hayts
sts.; Just completed; popular rent*, only $33.
Open Sunday.
2421 MISSION. . near 20th — Elegant T-room
lower flat, bay windows front, rear and side:
cheap rent to desirable party. Apply 163
Chattanooga st. \u25a0
HAVES. »57 — Lovely sunny 4-room flat; low
rent: water, garbage. Janitor service, hall
lights free. See. owner. \u25a0 814 -Steiner.
378 to 84 DOLORES, between 16th and 17th
. - st».. fronting; , the new • park— « new \u25a0 flats, 3
. and 6 rooms; rent $25,5 27 50. -
LAKE." 225 — Modern upper flat. 7 large. *beau-
- ttful rooms: garden; basement; choice nelsh-
, borhcod: «30. \u25a0
MANCOLM. 304. Mission — 3 rooms. baJ*» up^
per flats: new, modern- Improvement*,' +~.S.
" Inquire ; 1989 Geary st.
2 FINE sunny flats cheap. 535-337 Oak st.
A-^CAMERON & ; C0.'...1. ..Ph0ne South 1060.
3 Eddy *t.. cor. Market and Powell. .
Headquarters for all kinds of business chances.'
" \u25a0— — r' ' -\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-''' ' .\u25a0\u25a0 , '•_
A—sBooA — $800 wjll buy. good, long established grocery
and family liquor 'rtore; flne location: doing
good bufino«s; stock, and fixtures worth more
"than price asked. CAMERON &CO.~ ; '
A-^To" lease, 'first-class chicken and pigeon
ranch of 3 acres, 35 minutes*, ride from city;
with "-room modern cottage, all . furnished ;
rent $25 per month; has"2so assorted hens
andchlckena of: best breeds; also COO Im-
ported homer pigeons. Incubators, - brooders
and -pigeon flies; . thoroughly equipped; elec-
tric -cars on both sides of place; price $700.
See CAMERON & CO. , .
A — Wanted. ' first-class real- estate man iwith
come money ».o take charge of the realty de-
partment in old established real estate office.'
city; must have best of reference and ex-
perience. See CAMERON & CO.
A— s3so will buy good ilttie millinery business;
• flne location; bright, new stock, < but are com-
pelled to laavc city. CAMERON & CO.
A— For *al<». 100 to 500 genuine Imported homer
pigeons from Plymouth, Mass. See CAM-
ERON & CO. \u25a0, I
A— Warted, partner in' new concrete business,
cither good stone mason or brick man; must
be capable- of securing contractSLjJor, same,
aleo thoroughly reliable; need net put cne
dollar In cash, money to be mane . entirely
put of busings; parties have complete plant
in operation in-city. For further information
see A. CaMERON & CO., 3 Eddy st.
REAL estate business, established in good
county seat town, surrounded by 'fine farm
and svock country;- well established; flne list
eatable properties on long contracts; associ-
ated with best real estate house in San Fran-
cisco; al«io Sacramento; office fixtures and
furniture complete. Inquire 215 Kearny St.,
room 2, for three days, or address box 25W,
: Call office. \u25a0 ;
WANTED— A partner with ample means that
wishes to engage in the foundry and ma-
chine business; none but principals need ap-
ply; old stand and business reputation of SO
years' standing. Address "Foundry," box
600. Call office. ,
A SNAP In a Wood, coal, hay and grain busi-
ness: located near In on one of the best
.corners In Oakland; $750 takes every-
thing in s!«ht: don't miss th!» bargain.
MITCHENER & BARTON, 916 Broadway.
Oakland. >
A SNAP— Kentfleld, Marln Co..' near Ross" sta-
tion; new building of 2 stores and 8 rooms
above; suitable boarding-house «nd general
ttore; rent reas. Apply J. D. HANNAH. 02tJ
Lcrkln st.. or E. J. LEWIS. Kentfleld.
WANTED— A general agent "to represent the
Interest of a large corporation; must be able
to invest $3500; salary. $200 per month; ref-
erences given and required. Box 4720, Call.
WANTED— A partner, lady or gent. In small
candy business, wholesale . and retail; must
have exptrlence in outside work: no capital
rgqulied. , M. SPIEGEL, C 64 Fourth st.
FIRST-CLASS clsar store for sale; good loca-
tion: good business; 3-year lease: must sell
on account of other business. 1007 Broad-
way. Oakland. \u25a0 .'\u25a0 • '
NEWSPAPER route ror sale In Oakland; a
good Call route In Oakland for sale. Apply
at Call business 'office for particulars.'
TEAMING and storage business for sale, $750;
worth double: owner retiring; a snap. Ad-
dress, box 24G1. Call office.
$550— CONTRACTING and repair shop, includ-
ing. -3 rooms,, furnished; netting $150 per
month. 777 Vj Matket at.
PAPER route: 500 names. Inquire 10 Hlmmel-
man after 4 p. m.. bet. Pacific and Broad-
way, Mason and- Taylor. • " • > - \u25a0 •
, ;—:; — : ;
FOR sale — Light express business; 2 single
teams: wholesale district; steady customers.
Bex 24!)5, Call office. ...
GROCERY and bar for ' sale cheap, as the
owner Is going -to retire; an old established
corner. Apply 1131 Howard et. . .
WANTED for cash— Grocery and bar; give lo-
cation. If lease, rent, if living rooms at-
tached and price asked.* -Box 4703, -Call. .
WANTED — To buy estabtlahed office. Jobbing
or manufacturing business; give particulars.
Box 2695.Ca11. : - .'- \u25a0 ."'\u25a0
IVANTED — To buy a branch bakery and no-
tion store ,In a good location. Address box
lOCS. Callofflce. ' ' ' . ' '
GOOD paying-grocery !ior sale. HARNISH &
CO.. 43C8 J St.. Ocean Beach.
$2500— SALOON for sale; smairexpensea. Ap-
ply 168 Fcurth st. - >.. ' \u25a0 ' . •
FOR sale— Barber shop, .ch -sap: good . location.
2sU South Market at..' Ban Jose. "-\u25a0- -\u0084T .
SALOON for sale. For \u25a0 particulars apply by
letter box 4822. Call.
WANTED— A good grocery and bar for cash.
Box 2573, Call.
A SNAP— Complete beer-bottling plant. Eagle
Brewing Co.. . 18th and Harrison- sts.
A* FINE butter and egg route; clears '$5 per
day; $1000. Box 2665. Call.
FOR sale — Well-established meat market: fine
location. For. particulars write box 2669, Call.
SMALL laundry route wanted. !* 619 Valencia
street.
FINE saloon, - central location; sickness in
family: must" leave city. Box 2295. Call.
FRUIT for sale; dUtlllery. complete, for sale
cheap; In Santa Crui. Box 2359, Call. J
LIVERY and boarding stable. $2800: lease;
fine utable: must sell. Box 2532. Call offlde.
GROCERY and bar license for sale; $600. Box
2825, Call.
PROFITABLE candy atore and factory; rea-
sonable terms. I Box \ 2626, Call . office.
BAKERY in the Mission for sale." Inquire J>.
KRON. 512 Mission st., before 0 a. m. '•;.-
$5O MONTH: rteady man wanted with $150:
duties light.* Apply .235 Kearny st. -. . . ' \u25a0
FOR eale. cheajv— Grocery, liquor, br. . bakery
and notion store, j liv. rms. - 200 Crescent ay.
MANUFACTURING .business; wholesale only';
no stock to carry; small cap. Box 4828,. Ca11. !
HOTEL for rent: orchard, redwoods; beautiful
spot: Santa Cruz Mts. Box 2494, Call ofrtce.
A GOOD bakery for sale In country town. Box
1831. Call office. Oakland. . "I .
LAUNDRY plant for. sale: lease with. power.'
SPECK. 2132 Folsom. »t.
A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has been
upened at 1008 Market st., opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 p. m. :-'-\u25a0 . ..•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
HOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
WANTED — By English lady, care of child not
' . under 3 years; large, sunny yard. 848 , Vsv-
lenda'st., near Twentieth, barber shop. \u25a0
REFINED lady. will give mother's care to ln-
fant. Call ! Monday, MRS. DURNEY, \ 545
Frederick-.it. ... --\u0084'.... • ..
CHILDREN to board. 630 Haight st.
BABY to board.* ,237 Thlrd^ave.
WOMAN \u25a0 r.ants ! child j to \u25a0 take care of. 1106
Railroad aye. • South. .. ..--..• .-.-.':
CARPET-BEATING AND ' CLEANING.
COMPRESSED Air and Vacuum Process used
for cleaning carpets en floor without removal;
j carpels and rugs also cleaned by compressed
air at shop; .prices moderate. S. F. .Com-
pressed Air Cleaning ; C 0. , -808 Market t st. ;
' phone Main 162 and Bush 479. ' . ' -
WHEN you become disgusted , with your work
send for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing wrrks, 353-357 Tehama st. .Tel South 40.
WESTERN Carpet Cleaning- Works. 1800 Har-
rison st. ; ' Al cleaning. • Be. il FRED I HAGE-
DORN.& CO.; phone Mission 226. » ; - '\u25a0
CARPETS cleaned and laid, 8e a yard. KLEIN.'
ERT, 1620 Polk et; j phone East 725. •
TEL.Eastlß6S.Star Renovating Co.. 830 Golden
Gate. aye.; carpet dean., fit., lay.; upholstering.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet Beating Works.
Golden Gate aye. &' Larkln: phone East 126.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co., 402 Sutter st.;
' • tel.; Main 394. \u25a0 OEO. WALCOM & CO.; Props.
MITCHELL'S. ,'240 1 Fourteenth at. — First-class
. carpet cleaning. 3e. yard. < Tel. Mission V 74. ,: ,
RUDOLPH & CO.. carpet- beating works: prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison St.: tel. Mission 263
LACE CURTAINS^ AND BLANKETS.
BRANDT'S - New York Curtain , House; \u25a0 most
; compltte plant for cleaning lace curtains and
blankets. 1324 Flllmore: ' phone » Pine 2623.'
DRESSMAKERS 'AND SEAMSTRESSES;
KEISTI!fR r sTTadTeyr^
tic building. 1281 Market St.. rooms 508-10.
Ladles; ' bring i your \u25a0 material ; and - make < your
• suit under : Instructions; £. an t expert -; ladles' .
' : tailor^ beads ' corps- of ' Instructors; -; patterns
[ cut to order; the next ten days we cut a pat-
tern to measure free to each caller; special
; . cc wing < rates, \u25a0\u25a0 50 ; cents ,- per '\u25a0 day i the- next \u25a0 60
' days; custom work done; night 'school. ' MR. •
: and MRS.? JOSEPH : STACH. Principals. ;• y
McDOWELL Dressmaking * Millinery School—
Patterns cut to measure; \u25a0 cv. class. ; 1019 , Mkt.'
Acicordlon, sunburst . and knife ; pleating. . Stew,
art's button & buttonhole factory. 110 Taylor.

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