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THE .. S AN. FRANCISCO, CALL,' SATORDAY, JUNE ;10 ? , 1905-
13
,'-*\u25a0'\u25a0'„ ONEY TO LOAN! )
—MANHATTAN ., LOA N COMPANY anc.)—
......... ANY- AiIOVNT TO LOAN
;.'.. INTEREST- 5^ AND « PER CENT
. . CITY, : OAKLAND. TOWN AND COUNTRY
\u25a0 -,--\u25a0..\u25a0.-.-..:... .v PROPERTY \u25a0."..-..'• ......
•-•Second mortgages.'. life insurance policies, es-
tatea In probate, undivided Interests In prop-
erty, probate realty loans, stocks and bonJs.
- legacies \u25a0 and 'undivided Interests In - property
. purchased: -* - :--•\u25a0-•
...".MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY.....
Euite 107-108 Crocker bl<Jg.; phone Main 5924.
•R. McSOLGAN.
Rooms 301 and -302 Hearst building. '
Third floor,: Examiner: entrance.. =
Deal . directly with lender ; and save . expense.
; Loans any amount at 5^ and U per cent -
' On first, second and third mortgages.
; , REAL i ESTATE . IN • PROBATE. . ;
f Undivided Interests In estate and property.
Money advanced .to prevent - foreclosure.
.NO DELAY.- ' , -
; Pbone Main SSia,.
AA— -\u25a0-.- --- MONEY TO LOAN. - - \u25a0
\u25a0On furniture, pianos, warehouse receipts or
security of • any • kind.- without removal; we
make loans on the EASIEST PLAN in the
WORLD: : paynrenta ; to- SUIT YOUR CON-
VENIENCE: to case of SICKNESS or leu of
EMPLOYMENT we EXTEND THE LOAN;
you take no chance of LOSING your GOODS.
-'This is a TRUST COMPANT: our rate* are
RIGHT and no DESERVING PERSON ta re-
fused; CASH ADVANCES made to salaried
people. . LINCOLN FINANCE CO.. rooms 15-
16, 759 : Market St.. ; ceo. Phelan building.
AAA— HERMAN -MURPHY, ~~~~~~~~
• «01-«02-«03 Examiner building.
Quick settlements: \u25a0 no disappointment*.
Eave expenses by dealing directly. -
."•_ Estate, second mortgages, undivided Inter-
ests.- assignments of. rents, property In trust.
etc ; legacies, life ; estates . and undivided In-
terests in property purchased. . . . <,
Courteous treatment. . Strictly --confident— l.
, ..__.:. When You: Need Money . -^ -
See HERMAN MURPHY. .-\u25a0 -
~ WILL LOAN~^ .J/ :\u25a0 .
: y \u25a0\u25a0•'.". A reasonable amount oa
" lst.--2d.tr 3d
Mortgages on real estate.
In city, town or county.
' . \u25a0 Low rate of Interest. ; ' ;•'-'•-<
Give full " cartlculars *
' Location - etc.
' Box 223. Call offlce.
HIGHLY respectable private ' place Ito - obtain
' liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at 1
per cent "interest.' -Baldwin Jewelry Store,
UTS Market st. : tel. Main 1644. Branch. 1192
Market Bt. end 27 Third st. - - y-. ; ;
SALARY LOANS— . .;_-; - .-;•-. \u0084 -'.
Money loaned salaried people without security
or i. lndorsement.-, knowledge of ; employer or
1 . any onerconfldentlal and courteou* treatment:
caU and get terms. Drake. 453 Parrott bidg.
MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer-
chants.' teamsters. ; boarding-house*, . without
- " security. . easy payments: large business In 49
principal cities. TOLMAN. BS3 Parrott bidg.
A— ON furniture or pianos at' lowest rates: no
\u25a0removal; no 'publicity: 1 also on real estate:
Ist or "d mortgages or on any security; any
amount. O. "W. BECKER.. 36 Geary, room SS.
' ANY amount ' quickly -on furniture er - piano
- without ' removal or other . security; - lowest
rates: no commission; - confidential. 806-7
."fco'nbhoe blde.VS ; Taylor «t.. cor.. Market.
MONEY to loan at a Jow rate of interest; gold,
silver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones
.bought at W. J. HESTHAL'9. 10 Sixth st.
LOANS "on diamonds. \u25a0-• watches and ' jewelry:
private offices, 400-401 Adams building, 23«
Kearny st.'. Globe ~Mercantt?B- and Loan Co.
SALARIED ' people without security: . also oa
furn.. estates in probate/ life Ins. policies, etc.
Empire. Loan & Invest.. Co.. 612 Parrott bidg.
MONEY. • Money, Money. * - j:--.--'-- n :
Any proposition. 43 2d St.. Wells-Fargo Ex-
i press bidg. "\u25a0 Wage- Earners'- Invt, ft Loan Co.
: ORIGINAL UNCLE fi BILL." the only liberal
on* In his line, at his n.ew quarter*. - 80s»
\u25a0 Market st.;- corner 'Fourth. \u25a0id floor, snlte t.
A — ONE • per: cent per month on valuables.
- t PORTLAND JEWELRY CO.. 25 Stockton st.
LOANS — Salaried people:- "confidential"; 2 per
-.- cent; -chattels, etc. ..456 Montgomery, r. 519.
,ON - real -estate, improved or unimproved; . any
amount. fIOO up. W.-J. White. 1C M«Btg.. r.B
DON'T borrow -money on salary until you .see
\u25a0us. Hutton Credit Co.'. 912 Mutual Bank bid.
TO salaried people without security.' The .White
r Co.. 42Q California . rt.'. rooma 14 and 15.
SAI.AKIEU rvople Jn ncte. % S-"'F.': DISCOUNT
125-127. Phelan bidg. :- Private. ..
'ALL loans ; on diamonds A jewelry at ? per cent .
:« mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank.. 63S Kearny..
CASH leaned salaried peopl; en notes wlthou:
v-: Indorser. MOP.RELL. 60!> Examiner bMt.
A WEEK'S news for 3 cents— The "Weekly CaU, ;
-16 pages. In wrapper.' fcr mailing. $1 per year.
;\u25a0:-. ,MlS¥iS. AND MINING.
WE are headquarters for all" Western mining
\u25a0\u25a0 -stocks; '-parties having stocks to buy or sell
' will do well to get our prices before trading.
-Gcldfield Bullfrog and Tonopah stocka a
ip-clalty. McNICHOLAS & CO.. room 33.
810 Market at. : phone Mint SCS.
\u25a0i ... -.- # .... . . . \u25a0 . . . . . . . v
XF you want a "«rood .time this : summer and
-make money join us with $600 on our Placer
clalrc. Box -3SSO. Call. -\u25a0--'-
: oiPFICEsV AND" STORES TO; LE^T.
STORE and- 4Vrooms ana large stable; good
business' location for shoe store; ; rent $25.
Inquire 322S Folsom at: .
MARKET. 1016. opp. sth— Large offlce. with
- -glass front, partiy furnished; rent reasonable.
FRQNT office -to let: gas. electric lights, run-.
: nfn^ water: convenient. - 758 Market st.~
-, JJj^'^L - ?££* "^\u25a0^f^^^'u^^CW^
A^ "SPECIAL- DISCOUNT "^F^STIpER^CEJrf
OFF my ' usual ! rea*orable ; prices for balance
of. this month In crdtr to reach the tourists:
; I positively "• guarantie . toy Dermjtnent'v anJ
*uccess:ully . remove deep wrinkles. ; freckles
and -smallpox pitting* by myown -arrginai
Eclenttfif- method; Investigate immediately;
\u25a0 consultation and beauty booklet free. : .•
"M:-, ELLA. HARRIS. 128 Geary sU"
'.: Remember. 50 per centoff thi» month only.
OXYGEN ' CYLINDER CO. and treatment
..-\u25a0 Parlors. b Drnsrless : Healing. .
• The latest f'ld- most J scientific oxygen In-
struments -us j for the treatment cf all acute
- anJ t-hronlc -diseases, -rheumatism, insomnia
disorders." '-,\u25a0•-\u25a0.-\u25a0'-
\u25a0 648; Geary -St.. -San Francisco: phone East T7B
STAR Hair Remedy restores gray . hair. Im-
proves growth, .stops ; falling, cures ".dandruff
. ; and : Itching; '• scalp, no ': stain or. stickiness ;
: cleanses scalp; druggists." : hairdressers: ac-
; cept-no substitute. Star Rem. Co.. 1338 Polk.
••REXRADIO'S" hours 2 to" 6: : consultation
freee. 2.a Geary." suites '3B (Win REMOVE
shortly- . watch . thU column for NEW AD-
DHESS). -\u25a0.".', \u25a0 '•\u25a0•*.." - •*
EIGHT ; - brand' new tailor imade men's anits,
- ccst * $25. . for *$0 75. .at 440 Bush »t. .' near
California Hotel. . " '--
IF D.M Justice will write to E. R..J. at La
Salle. • 111.. •he • will hear something , : to hta
: :ben<flt -.%:'' •:.-\u25a0"-'\u25a0 -;.. --'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 ' -
MR. EDDIE • FOX— Please write to me : I wish
to start ""In hus»ines*-'wlth you. ED SUU-
MONS. ' 845 '.East .Taylor ; st.. San Jose.
AT less?than ccist:-un<Jalted -for suits, rover*
- *«ru : and trousers ' at - CHARLES . LYONS*.
Tendon -Tailor. 721. Market *t. -
BLACKiwalnuthalr stain, i 25c t a Pint. . MRS.
i 'A:* FINLOY. > Campbells. z Cal. :\ \u25a0 1
SUITS to order on lastallments of $1 per week
v-NEUHAUS.CO.,".th? tnUdr." 729 Market rt." X
CO ASSOP.TED souvenir postal cards prepaid
; 50c..-BACIGALUPI. 7?fl Mission »t. : '
$1 A WEEK:- suits to order $15 up. LEMOS.
| -1.1127 . Market st.?; between Seventh awl Kletatft.
ONE dollar weekly -k*ep» 'you. in fine" clothing.
<-A rt^>»l)oHng.-;ift44 t Mkt..rnnder St., Nicholas.
MASQUERADE costu mis. i play ; books.- wigs;
cottntrr order!.; OOLDSTEIX ft CO^'-7iCt Mkt.
; '-> physicians • A^iii Tr: surgeons. " V
WONG :.WOO^ tb»famou* "herb doctor-rAll dls-
- ; eases \u25a0 cured \u25a0by Chinese • herbe. '-\u25a0' 74^-8 Clay , st.
INVENTIONS 1 patented. F. P." MEDINA, "at-
y -.tortiey/at-Iaw t ;g Hobart bMg.. 582 Market st.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 *.V ' '-. '' - ;:'-*V^ T 9?i lj j^-^. s . ]^ " \u25a0'\u25a0' 'v"7: >\u25a0' '\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0 -*' '
ANY portion •of 60,000 square feet ; " best " build-"
• Ings • in '. city ; \u25a0 three % street ., frontages : r perfect
- light - and % ventilation : ? all ; : modern > conv«n-
\u25a0 iences;.- within, five; minutes" -walk of terry
\ buildings, i PoatOf flee, '-Wells, , Fargo -A . - Co.
: . «nd t CaJI i offlce: <r reasonable : rent; .«. If i you
T want' what ? yon • aret looking r for --»c« - na. •
' -HUGHKKEENANr CONSTRUCTION • COM-
"^PANY.?ao?J»nrte;Bt..- clty.:' r^ £'< -Z '\u25a0 s -.«\u25a0 \u25a0- \
DIVIDEND NOTICE— The GUnt Powder Com-
?;pany,i, Con..T Giant --. SUtlOn.' \u25a0\u25a0-• \u25a0 California— a
- ' dividend (N0.^.78) ' of : fifty, cents per abare on
:'"~,: '"~, tbe \u25a0 Issued } capital \u25a0 stock of Use I company has
been declared, payable' it: the San Francisco
office of. the company." rooms- 202,- 204 ana 206
Vi Kohl .. build tag. oa < June - 10." . 1905." Transfer
.? books i dose < June "3. f 1905. *at r noon. ??» " -'• > '
'v- ' C'C-QUDW."! Secretary/
HELP WANTED— MA l.E>— Contlaoed. i
TREE ; FELLERS. \u25a0-"« '-'.y
2 axmen, : felling timber. $50 and . found.
2 bark peelers.\ $2 ' cord. -' -'. \u25a0 .' V- .
- ft>*vi>s^ '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \special: \u25a0
German choreman. residence," $35 found. "';
\u25a0 •\u25a0- r look:. . • \u25a0
Concrete mixer. $2 50 day.
- LOOK.-. / - -
4 laborers, learn -buffing 'trade. 'city,' s2 day.'-
. ' BRICK SETTER." -ETC.- '.\u25a0\u25a0-'> \u25a0-.-.\u25a0
Brick kiln setter. ?2 50 day. , -. : *
2 sash and 40or I bench r ; hands, N > $50 found. < . '
• BARTENDERS "AND -BOOTBLACKS. 1 > i
2 German , bartenders/ country, hotels and re-
80118.;$.% and $35 -and 'found. •; ' :i \u0084:• •%'.
Bootblack. »-\u25a0•** -~« *'—•-<*. -r... -•\u25a0.\u25a0*•.-\u25a0, y\7 :;;•:,;,•
RUN HARVESTERS. \u25a0:':'•/
Man, run • harvester. * $2 60 'day. , \u25a0 ,'- "*
\u25a0 • .- -l FREE. FARE.--' - '.
-10 laborers, help; r carpenters^ \u25a0-: free fare. -.$6O"
\u25a0 a month..-: \u25a0-..,..:•-. t.; . \u25a0'. .•\u25a0\u25a0-•• .'\u25a0\u25a0•- -.'.-•
MURRAY - L. READY. 634-636 CUy stf-
LEARN telegraphy - and i R.: R. , accounting; -$Sl>
to month salary: paid our graduates:
our tix schools indorsed ,by all railroads; day
and evening , tesslon; 'apply," for \u25a0: catalogue.'
Morae- School of. Telegraphy.; 2S O'FarreJl/st.-
LEAI'N tcleerraphy ;and^ R."- R.: accounting; $80-
• to f i."X» r<T uiontn salary raid our gradua-tes;
.' our fix schools mdoreid by all railroads;. day
'.- and -erer.lnc-- s*e»lon:-i apply ifor -catalogue.
Morse School of -, Telegraphy. 20 O'Farrelf «.',
WANTED— Bright young man\. p-lst ledger and :
.stock books, keep, cash,*; collect :blU(»,' file 'let-
ters: mus: be a -hustler: salary $50 to begin.
: ; Addrera box: sfi»-t," Call pfflce.y ; ;-\u25a0\u25a0,- ,;_ ...:
WANTED^-T6uiig^.' men. .'.-who \u25a0-; : 'understand!
• pressing^ ladies' garments .'and who 'Is.. also
\u25a0 an- operator .on machine. •, Apply" between -8
; and 11 a." m. at HALE I BROS.' ':-':;\u25a0;.:• \u25a0 7x-.'.
WANTED— M«4 V toilearn barber trade; 8 weeks
- complete:- position guaranteed; I tuition earned'
- while 'learnlng.'.'Call'or; write tMOLEß^COL.^
;. LEGE. g44 Clay; st.;? near Kearny. ... :>\u25a0- : , Kit*
WANTED— Laborers * and * mechanics t to ~ know
; .that. Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor, ha»-
- added 100 nrw rooms to the Denver Hcuie.
• -217 Thlnl et.j'2so room»:;2sc to 50c per-ntght.'.
.WANTED— Men ' to ' fill . CustomThouse : potlUona ;i
*. only" cne ; week i. more ;to ; enroll \u25a0 and ' fill \u25a0' ap- '•
B plications. '-"Flee; particulars.:-- Pacific I Corre- :•
.' ?»pondence J lnstitute,* Grant bidg.,' lo6s Market-
MACHINISTS/ ftrst-olass,"ail around' good men
' ' only. %- Apply. : W.'-sR.-. CHAMBERS MACHINE 1
: CO.. t 626>Bryant^t; " J v. ; .."^.\u25a0;-.-; : .-.«r-^i;>:»/;-Hr '
BUTCHKR . wanted -to * drive wagon ; and 5 t«n<i
*• shop:;} H. STOLZEN BERG, Larkspur, Marin
• : ..County.'. :.^-> •>..-. v;- .:r? - r.'.-:_-i: :^ rv;.>.r..*?i.-
"W ANTED— V dishwasher -XA good "cook: and ;I-
' good.waitress. ; * CaJl 318 James , Flood, bidg.! .'
"WANTED— Men i to> learn a barber ; trade** free.'
!'\u25a0' San* Francisco Barber College/, 741A^ Howard.' 1
BARBER for Saturday at 505 : Fourteenth .St.,
-\u25a0 .. Oakland .V " *"*;-,.^ ; \u25a0>" \u25a0„-£\u25a0: -Vi >-, "--; -- : ;. : :.".^- -\u25a0 %-„ ;,'. :i ,:«\u25a0;'
U. S. 'ARMY/ shoea,"! $1 66; blue navy '\u25a0 •hlrta,"
- - $1 ZO ; mall > orders. Mechanics' Store, . 574 ' 4th. ;
'-\u25a0 \u25a0'• •\u25a0-:?\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 "i -.'K> * ?»-!-•' 1— --.•;:>: -\u25a0».:.,--..» ..... .
HELP^WANTED-^dUiLE---Conttnned./
WANTED-^-Msn \u25a0 'to.f ill 300 "rooms!at 200 'per
• night; clothes closets, 'hair mattresses,' elec-
! .trie light In every room. 681 Howard, nr. 3d.
TRY'' our men's shoes.'unlon made, $1 and $1 50
: fair; -foot-form' Bhces,* 7 52 POT we , pay expre»6
charges.' 11 3d at.. Exam, bidg.; open till 9 pr 0 ., .:
pE>;siO>*jatty..>E. A.'Bul^ls. r. 40, Phelan bU,
"Paat ; Com.":; Geo. : H;' Thomas . Poat. ' G; A.' R."
LABOR-; debts '; collected;* Suits, "attachments. .
.Law, and. Adjustment; Co.;: 49 2fl st... r. 522.-
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting;! 2sc
- .to 60c.: U .Third- sCT Examiner building. -•
EA lIX>RS - and fyoAg i men .(green hands) £ for
- ihlps. HALLBERT.?SI7 Jackson ecr * -t''
M'INCHESTER Hotel.Ui Third st. near Mar-
fcet— •"CO.rpoms: ."Wc^-nlght: reading .-room*:
\u25a0: " free .bus ;ah<l . baggage : to arid from ; ferry .'.:.:^' -. '
A!-BRANCH r orflce:of : The'Call : for the recep-
• t! on \u25a0of advertisements and' subscriptions - has
- been, opened- a t"' IOCS ? Market -'st.. • opposite
- Fifth. rOpen.untiKll-p. m. ,r, r ;*, - V;- -
.; : ';; ::i : HORSES ; AND \u0084. WAGONS. . v : *
FiDß'sale— Apair of black^Sorses* and 1 sorrel
" single- hor*>e( 10. hand s 'high,. s yearsold:' to
•".be «eeh: at v : the stables of, HENRY A. BUT-
i.'..jLER; ;Pledniont.;y'^;'-- , -.- '-.". '-" * "V" V '\u25a0:::
A— FOB \u25a0«aler-one' teamrof /pray t horses, ; ICSO
V lbs. : : one . tea m* bla ck • marea, V. ItSOO lbs., ' and
\u25a0'\u25a0 two go<wi drivers: >3S7; sixth st-H : -^
SAN Francisco ;.Veterlnary.s Cpile'ge next ! session
: wlirbegin"July-17;*<5atalogue;free.*DR..:E.:J..
I .CBEELYf president. 510 , Golde n; Gate ; are. -y
A ! S A"ND w» gon; . three Fresro ' sera pers,'? sell >, or
•: ; trade, for : driving horae.V 313Q Sacramento^ at: -
ONE , ctntle "' bay 5 mare, il I phyajclan's i Stanhope
i ? buggy. : 1 ; set, harness/ $200. i \ 080 , Sutter ; st. -r
10' HEA D cheap \u25a0 norses,*- from' $20 '• up,'. 37 ; Croke
; <it.7 off 'Ml«.lon;.-n?ar.* China* aye.-- \u25a0- ' :
FOR i aalft."3 cbeap^-2 - fine ; rubber, tire j traps, I the j
41 latest .style, .. at; 1503-5 • Folsom ; et. - r- - -"
ALL* kinds/; of wagons.' buggies and sorreya ; »t"
\u25a0\u25a0: low- prices * at>l 50* \ Folsom *rt.' l ,?*---.y;>f-:'.r-'--.J"--
teo — ONE vflite nbig? two-hors« f topi wagon 5 for
t -s_e-at»iaog.!*^Fol»om>«tr-;?:»;^- | M<:-';M < :-'; , r^-.^.- r .^ l
AUCTIOK _!»" of i horse*. « wagons an4i harneas
>;; ey ery,;Wedo«»4ayi at ( 11,-a^ m. y 327 , Sixth >».-;>
FOR i «ale— Three j second-hand Hruck«/i 1? tingle
\u25a01 ;trucli,^i;yt^-go<>B» ; Be<lc,'truCk.*:;.f;233jß«ae. >
All EXPRESS i.wagon.'; light eamplng.wagon and
f:\u25a0 gocart ut or iale - cheap.t-y; 53g t st.^.'-y,
NEW/, baker's wagonr. latest "; style": one . laundry]
•ii. wagon > and 1 buggy^cheap. ;;- 828 \u25a0 Harrison st. ~
NEW 3 and i s '»ecoind-h«nd!* wcgoai i«old** cheap.
>M iat»O jMlMion ? at.-.'; near -^y >:....•
CHfiAPEST and "be«f to America.— The Weekly
\u2666'. Call "» 16 i pages. . sent \to : any ; address ; in ": the
: ; « United States /or* Canada . oob •" y ear." for - U
>;poßt«ye?P«i<l- "\u25a0'"\u25a0\u25a0 \'.-\\u0094 "'./' \u25a0 "~ '•-\u25a0 -*^-~ "
A : PRINTED list of 'houses to let; send tot clr-
\u25a0\u25a0 cuhw. P.- H. UMBSEN & CO.: 20 Montgomery.
%;' HOUSED TO 'LET-^FtJRJfISIIEDj "^
OAK,'4IB-^Well furnished -residence.-. :io sunny
. f roomß.'-t 2 1 baths, laundry, garden- and stable/
OAK."? 419-^-Co«y. i new, v roodern,* 1 : sunny ! 6-room
. r: houge. ' furnished : lanndry, basement, garden.
TWO j cottages, * $9, ' V $11. '- 1 Apply 17. Roscoe st. ;
rMlsslon-st. t cars to .'. Crescent *. aye., : on to
: flrat- street jto -right.' -*'•>\u25a0','\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0: . -'• \u25a0-. -.'
SUNNY V cottage " ' 7 r rooms, ga«. bath, . lars*
"ix yard ; rent : $25. > f 118 Silver, at. \u25a0*\u25a0 -t -. .:\u25a0
COTTAGES^SUBI)RBAy--»FORj^gAXa
FURNISHED house ;7 rooms; 'parties i will r«-
/\u25a0 main; ,caU:2 to-:s"rp.',m.V 128:Turk-st. ;
\u25a0;>;."~-z;rv; > ;." ~-z ;rv invalid^ chairs. '~y> :''."'"\u25a0'
SOLD -rented, > exchanged; manufacturer of th«
-SEamts tricycle chair. 2018 Mkt: :tel. Park 775
* ; LOST? AND- FOUND. '
i — : — -.;..' i ;; — — ~~—, — .
LOST— On"Market-st--'or 'Larkin-st. cars,. neck
' chain,' with heart ornament; valued keepsake.
Reward ' If ' returned to* ; W. K.VANDER-
SLICE. COMPANY. .136 Sutter. st.' . -\u0084 , \u25a0
DRAFT N0.' 5154 f6r $40, drawn by, First Na-
: \u25a0 tional- Bank of : San 'Francisco,' Cal..' favor, cf
' Fred Porter, has been lost and all persons are
r ; hereby cautioned. -against J negotiating same.
LOST— Si 1 ver . brooch ; man's ' head ; $1 : re ward.
M' IMA' Eleventh j tL\ : J -.."";; : . .. -
I/DST — Decoration", day.- .rosary.,' Holy .Croas.
'\u25a0I 4 Finder: return ; tb665 Fulton st. ; reward.- v. .. ',
UO&T--A. ' duster : pin ; of 8 diamonds.' : I Suitable
reward at 3004 Clay et.': ,; j
LOST—Diamond.acarf '. pin. T . Return 1454 Jack-
.:-VlOß;«t.;'rewtrf.;.' : -f'..::. : :.-. ! * -..',•-\u25a0 r . .'"- \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'v"-- '
LOST— Watch, at Turk and 1 Laguna.: Sunday,
June.. 4." Return to Tivoll Opera-house: reward.
FOUND — Lady's -gold watch; near Spruce and -
pg W r ashlngton sts. Address box 5736. Call office.
FOUND— Bay horise, -June 6. Inquire 719
n';Davla.-«t. i\u25a0 .: '. \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 - '\u25a0''-' -.- ' . •-'
FOUND— A stray cow. Owner call and nay
expenses: .140 Romaln \u25a0 st. - \u25a0 ' '
'":-."' y: l launches -for v hire.
•a.A.MeN KILL LAUNCH C0., -foot of Clay
St., for pleasure and business: tel.. Bash 634.
\u25a0'"" '-' *~'".: Lofts Jto v .l'et.^ "~. \
LOFT 25x160 ; rent | reduced. B ACIGALUPI.
?rTg6:Mise<Oß : -.sL;;-^ \"'.i :.-:.\u25a0.\u25a0,-'\u25a0 -.:.--•.';\u25a0-. \u25a0\u25a0.--
- :'- - '•\u25a0' _\u25a0 :MEDICAL.y ." . '
LADIES who' are In trouble ' or suffering from
i any ailment 3 peculiar- to their J sex . can find
' Immediate^ relief^ by. -'consulting. 'Dr. White,
.' who has; devoted a lifetime to helping women;
* 17 sears* ' experience I without . a failure i has
. put him ' at - the : head. ' He : guarantees roller
or no pay; ' one .visit at cf flee lc necessary:
'"\u25a0 don't : waste time by writing. - \u25a0-.'\u25a0•' :
~; DR. WHITE. .702 Market- st.-. : rooms 7 and 8.
DR.' G. .W.-O'DONNELL— LadIes, all who ars
j a flck-or in- trouble, consult , this - epectallst an
; female \u25a0 complaints : positively. \u25a0 corrected : | the
unfortunate helped; the most difficult case*
\u25a0;. treated;. every case taken; immediate \u25a0. relief;
- no poisoning, drugs; low fees; my .methods
will cure all cases of Irregularity; cone'ilt me.
•aye time and money.- Advtce free. Offlce,
- 1018 Market »t. : hours. 9 a. m. till 0 p. m;
MRS.' DR:" WYETH." specialist ..for all" female
complaints and irregularities; -Instant relief
;• guaranteed.:; 3o years' experience; 944 Post st.
MRS.- DR." KOHL, reliable »pecialif t for all fe-
\u25a0 -.male- troubles -and irregularities;;- Instant re-
- lief guaranteed. . Of flee- hours »to 5; Sunday
\u25a0 lo to 2. - 1008H Market st.r opposite Fifth.,
LADIES — I'm a graduate physician, qualified
to give professional advice and skillful treat-
i ment:to select , cases;} should you 'desire .the
best attention, call or "write, in confidence.
DR : R. H. WESTON'S offlce. 305 r Kearny st.
LADIES suffering from irregularities
reliable specialist; graduate. .l 9 years' experi-
ence; relief guaranteed "from any cause:
'strictly private. Dr. Sylvester's.' 219 Kearny.
DRS. GOODWIN'S herb >treatrn< nt; reliable.
| safe, prompt, for female irregularities; relief
or no fee"; $10: hrs._ 9-8. 850 Mkt st.-; snilte 37.
DR C. C. O'DON.VEIX- Offlce and reatiJence,
; ' 1021 »4 Market st;. bet. 6th and 7th; particu-
lar attention paid to diseases of women.;:-:
MONEY back' If. not'.satlßfled: blood*, purifier, \u25a0
! 50 cents. WEEKLY^ 1646 "Market. Bt.' \u0084
IIRS.-.DR. M. INMAN^-Osttopathy. and vacu-
- um;.ofnce;6," 120't Market st..' Gait House.'.
DR." ana ' MRS/ DAVIES and Hindoo Herb?: r
'original method of treatment. 1126. Marks:.
DR. ROSEN, residence 2995 Folsom St.. \u25a0 corner
';- Twenty^lxth: ladle*, relief or no fee: $10.
'• aiisCELLANEOUS^.FpR \u25a0 SALE. ; i
BOILERS,' engines, 2d-hand machinery.- McIN-
, TOSHii WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st. \u25a0"'
2D-H AND ( machineo'." engines, boilers, ! pumps,
\u25a0- pulleys, t shafting, -. etc., ' etc.-. bought. \u25a0 sold.
: rented and - : exchanged ; see Sunday « papers.
: H. S. WHITE MCHY CO.V 130-1:12 Beale St.,
FOR sale — New" and second-hand billiard ' and
pool tabies; easy payments;, we rent tables
• with privilege of buying;- modern - bar flx-
tures; cheap prices. - BRUNSWICK-BALKE-
COLLENDER; J 6SS * Mission- st . rS. F. ~ \u25a0
ALL - kinds ; of ; second-hand machinery, boilers,
i engines.— shafting- and;, pulleys bought and
goId.:.;i ARMSTRONG & CO., 905 Market st.;
t : phone South:B7. ' ,\u25a0. '\u25a0 * -.--\u25a0.:
$225 COLUMBIA motor ': cycle : _ good" as "hew;
•cheap: 3" H. P. Hercules vertical gas engine;
> best condition; .battery: and coll;^price $30.
- 2006;Endnal. aye.. v Al»meda. •.- \u25a0 *." "-'' '
A— lCOO CHICKS <? at 10 : cents every week at
ICARL-STAJJGE'S POULTRY, RANCH.. ItUH
'\u25a0 i Silver i'ave.'.'. hear; San . Bruno : { Folsom car. | i |
'A-^BUYS. sells and ' rents ! gear machinery, en-
• -gtnes,- boilers." water pipe, shafting,' pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 33tf Main str- - ,
TRY our men" a shoes at' sl^ and: $1.50 pair;
: foot-form shoes rat $2-50; we pay express
. charges. 11 3d tt.,- Exam;- bid,: catalog free.
GOOD 'second-hand "pipe.-'' 3-tn..~- 4-in., 1 ' 6-ln.",
: valves- and nttlngi: all suss. THOMPSON.
:/;4pxMain'«t:- -•\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0" ~- \u25a0\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0 .--•-:\u25a0 /' :
A— GENTSV full ; dress -suits -to; rent. ;J.
: COOPER. 21 Stockton »t.. -second floor.
RJEMOVAL sale of monuments." -> F. J. : BACK.
- 791 San - Jose : aye.' \u25a0 :~ .:-.:\u25a0. : -.-- ..-.\u25a0.-\u25a0
HIGH \u25a0• 2d-hand \u25a0 offlce- safe and-. wagon
•scale. jPARCELLS SAFE C 0..218 California.
AWNINGS, tents, covers, etc.'- ROSS-' McMA-
•; HONjCQ.. 35 Market »t. j : \ -.,, r\ •-;..-- ;->i. :^
SAFES^-NeWand^ second-hand. M THE , HER-
i :MANN;SAFE .CO,.' 4I7-27; Sacramento :st. --
SAFES'and- cash registers: L new and, second-
\u25a0i. \ hand. \u25a0> - 1. - : FREEMAN. : 1325, Market j »t. „-.
2D-HAND 1 bidg. material: lumber, door, sash,
\u25a0v, plumb. -material/.The Dolan t C0.."1i;07 Market.
MOVING "\u25a0 pictures, magic lanterns; sale, rental;
, bargains. BULLARD &.BRECK. 131 Post st.
: •; MISCELLANEOUS W.«iTS. r V *•-
- '-^\u0084..'..::i:: "'" ' "" \u25a0-"-'-\u25a0 r'-'^r----:- -•*\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 " : ; I
AAAAA— Highest prices for ladles', gems" cast- \
| off clothing. *Tel.-. Davis 823."f630 : Sacramento. ;
Highest: prices 'paid for ladies' and gents- cast-
\ off clothing. - Tilton. '? 154 ath ;; tel. - Jennie \u25a0 aftltt.
"WILLI- pay : - highest : prices j for all kinds good
t castoff clothing, j" 7— Foisam ; teL Jessie 40tt.
BUILDINGS and building material s bought. The
Polan : Co.". 1607 Market st. ; pbone Jascle 2321.'
DIAMONDS, etc:.' bought I for I cash. Karl ! Eber
$\u25a0 «c Co..'- 400^401 -Adams. b1dg.. ;: 20«. Kearny st.
-'v "'M-USICAI. 3 INSTRtnMEXTS.'" _ ;
" \u25a0';•; • - SEVEN UPRIGHT .BARGAINS. \u25a0 """
Mansfeldt fc.Notnl ;i \u25a0\u25a0• ''•'- \u25a0'• "•'\u25a0 • •-.'/".-. . : • '. . • .SHO
Mayispn/'c'sed' l"year. mahogany ease ... ..sl*o
Boothe. oak J case,'. upright: grand '.r.. ... ..'.5150
Neumann,' cost- $-J5O, new,> perfect order. r.siv*
Sl- rllng. latest $350 style, : used 1 year. . . \u25a0 te«
Marshall \u25a0 & c Wendell, " mahog. t«a»e, * • mm .5245
Curtas, i latest stylcT used Bmonth». .": - . . - .5280
Cnlckerlng, Vose. Steinway.- Weber and others.
BEN J.- CURTAZ' & EON/ 16 OTarrell , st. -,
BEST renting stock . ln; the 'i city ; .good uprighta
\u25a0 rat- *2 per" mo,'; some at $2 sOr. onr ownimake."
•=\u25a0" $3"- One year's v rental "allowed :;off 1, purchase
'- , price.! SCOTT-CURTAZ;SCO>Haye» sUViJ-'^T-
AT Heine - Piano - Co". , J 237 " Geary l st.V V you "* can
*- rent J:cood.Tnew^piano9 "fOT.^ISiP^r: month; 1
\u25a0 rent applied If purchased. - ; ? 1
WILL Tsacriflce: $475 i upright piano j If sold: this
\u25a0;,: week.^: 68< :Valeacl*-at.T >;- «: ; : ..:V, .;?7>".
LEFT on sale ;: Fischer: piano ;,sß7.^ BS4 Valen-
;j.-cla'-»t.'^'^---^''^t':'-'"-' ; .-"A"'?.i^^;i • --•'-:•\u25a0'\u25a0'<'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:
ALMOST ' Xi yen i a w*y { \ unredeemed • jtorage \u25a0 pi- i
,*.- anoi." I i urn.~j,'WhUeh<i<r» "= storage. , 1536 \u0084MXC;
EJ^ECANT :: pianos-: 1 $100 i and ,-sl-*5.
\u25a0--. \u25a0-;, \u25a0
ELEGANT I upright*, new : & 2d-hand.s4s to $500.
y Plerce's Plabo; Faotory.": Market and 14th sta.:
SOHMKR." Byron Mau zy - pianos,^ Cecilian ; piano '
itr player. %- BYBOXM AUZ Y. T3OB-312 Posf «t";r"
NEWi -upright - pianos »osd '> on >$5 \u25a0 monthly I pay-
K-r'menf .^ SCHMITZ * -'CO.y 16 McAllister st. -,Z
a-PEDAL Stetnway up: ChJckerlng baby rrand.
~ ehonlnger JUUb : used.* Keeffe's, '< 285 \u25a0 O" Farrell4
REAX. ESTATE—CITY — FOR SALE.
NEW flats of 5 and 8 rooms; rery modem ani
rented for %S 10 by the . year; low price ami
eary terms; half block rrom Goldea Gats
Park.
WILLARD ST.. NEAR FT7LTOX.
McAllister-si can pas* the place.
DAN EINSTEIN. Owner and Builder.
-<O Chronicle Building or oa Premlae*.
SEVEN-ROOM. MODERN.
NEW RESIDENCES.
Large, sunny rooms and reception hall: yery
finely finished; see them and be convinced;
marine view and half block from Goldea
Gate Park; Wlltard *t., on McAHUter-st. car
line,
DAN EINSTEIX. Builder. ,
63 Chronicle Building.
: BUY ONE BEFORE \u25a0_
THEY ADVANCE IN PRICK.
$1 25 PER WEEK.
NO INTEREST. NO TAXES.
$223 for choice lots. Excelsior Homestead
r Tract; level as a " billiard table: \u25a0 one grade;
i close to school and Mtsslon-sU electric ears:
bound to double In value. - *
$400 each on installments of $10 per month:
no taxes; to« lots; near Ocean boulevard: beat
residence location south of Goldea Gate Park;
these are the cheapest lots In. tltis district;
advancing 'in price rapidly.
W. J. WHITE.
28 Montgomery st.. r. 8. Phone Main 8704.
CHOICE PROPERTY.
FOWXLL ST., NEAR ST. FRA2TCIS HOTEL.
We offer for a few days only a very 'select
piece, near corner - large frontage and good
depth: choice, for aay line of business and
large building; good Improvements; well rented.
CHATFTELD A "VTNZENT, 223 Montgomery et.
GOINO TO EUROPE-
For sale — Three fine flats In Western Addition.
$10 CCO; also fine furniture, carpets, etc.. in
one of flats; must make « speedy sale; $5000
mortgage can remain; no agent. Box 5655,
Call offlce.
COTTAGE, c rooms. batX «as. pretty home,
driveway, room for barn; must sell. 1 13 Hat-
tie st.. nr. Eighteenth St.: 4 blocks above-
Castro. - - '
CALIFORNIA Hou^wrecklcg Company pays
the hUhest price for buildings and will ww«k
the same In from 10 to 20 days. Yard aatt
office, northwest corner of Mission and loth.
$1200— FINE cottage. 4 large rooms, hlgtv-
basement brick foundation; $100 cash, bal.
$15 mo. :* bargain. Apply 3310 Mission st.
LOT 25x125; Orizaba and Montana sts.. Oceaa
View. 5 minutes from railroad and car line;
$125.' 1454 Pevlsadero st. -
LOT 25x114: south line of Day. 108 feet east
of.Noe. : Owner. 43 Chenery st. \u25a0
FRES— Our booklet on plumbing: write AHL-
BACH A MAYER, plumbers. S3« Howard st.
BE.ll ;" ESTATE— COTJXTRY — For Salr.
F^EE^BSST^CATALOGUE OF POULTRY.
FRUIT, ALFALFA. DAIRY AND STOCK
RANCHES. BURR-PADDOX CO.. 40 Mont-
gomery St.. San Francisco. CaL
-. ATTENTION. HOMESEEKERSt
Send postal for. catalogue of the beat land
bargains in California. C. M. WOOSTER
CO.. S4« Market ft.
31ARI.V COUXTY RRAL ESTATE.
CHAPMAN PARK. CORTE MADERA.
VILLA LOTS— HALF- ACRE TO TWO ACRE 3.
Ten mUwUs*. . walk, from station; every con-
venience: pure spring water, electric lights,
sewers, telephones; superb view of mountain
and bay; no fog; sheltered from high winds.
Chapman Park will be one of the Ideal resi-
dence' sections of Marin Co. Our building reg-
ulations will be an ample - protection to every
\u25a0 buyer.' -
$300.
fightly half -acre lots as low as $300; "very
easy terms.
We will build for you If desired. See this
tract to-day. Take Sauialito boat -and' North
Shore electric road "to Corto Madera. Only
45 minutes from S. F. Commutation rate, $5
per month. Office at the station: a?ent on the
grourrfs to-day. Plata and price list on ap-
plication. - \u25a0
CHAS. T. O'BRIEN & CO. 3"» Montgomery st.
MILL. VALLEY 11EA1. ESTATE.
an" ideal spot for a. home: we are sellins lota
• right at the station in charming- Mill Valley,
covered wltb beautiful trees, running back
to a.- pretty brook, for $650; we have other*
net -quite so 'desirably situated as low as
$3CO- very e*jy terms; 10- per cent cash. $10
monthly; can you Imagine saca a decided
ihartge within 45 minutes from the city 7
On account of all these attractions we hay»
sold 163 lota: only a few left, so get in anl
buy now. A sent on the ground Sunday.
' LYON * HOAG. 116 Montgomery st.
MILL VALLEY FIRSISHED HOUSES.
. , , , . •: .
FURNISHED house S rooms and. bath, with
piano. Apply to J. B. BaRRIES. MtllwocJ.
- Mill -Valley. \u25a0 - /
, 'BURUXGAJIE REAL ESTATE.
~~ WHY NOT BUY THE BEST?
•Our Burlineame Tract. •- with its beautiful
roads lined with shade , trees and it* many -
attractive homas. commends Itself to those
who »re seeking a delightful spot for a aoma
at a moderste price: this property lies within
a few minutes' walk of the station: the roa&i
are all sewered and water mains laid; no
saloons cr objectionable buildings of any char-
acter allowed: prices range from $500 for a
lot s<"r<ls«>. and upwards: $100 cash, balance
monthly: 112 lots h»ve been sold In a short
time. LYON * HOAG. lift Montgomery st.
SAX LEAXDRO RE.IL ESTATE.
FOR rent — Furnished house of 12 rooms, bara -"
and 3 acres of orchard. Apply FRANK A
MCCARTHY. San Leandro. Cal.
: REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
OAKLAND property to exchange for ranch
oroperty; see or write to P. C. LASSEN*&
CO.. 46t> Tenth st.. Oakland. Cal. _
PROPERTY WAXTED.
LET vs \u25a0 submit ' your property to our clients:
we have buyers for city- real estate ranging
from:s2soo to $230,000. Call at our offices
cr drop us a line stating where -our repre-
sentatives can s«e you. V \"
S. W. CROZIER COMPANT.
230 Crocker bids. - Phone Mala SSi.
ALAMEDA ADVEKT'S'M'TS
| — ___ ; _ . \u25a0 \u25a0 —
AUA.tIED A ' REAL ;. ESTATE
I Btiow*"costV 2-story, 7.r.: bungalow, tt t. ; your
choice;.- Urma. Owner.' 1234 Versailles aye. -
" AIiASIEDA COTTAGES TO LET.
A COMPLETE, handsomely furnished cottage.
7. rooms and bath: very desirable: choice lo-
cation; rent low. J. S. HASLET. 1310 Park
St.." Alameda. ' '. \u25a0 - . - -
BKHKELFTA^y^T-S^NTS
.* '-... BERKELEY RE^V L
$50C0-=^a'' BARGAIN la Berkeley, real estate:
11 rooms and bath; 2408 Fulton St.; splendid
location fcr taking boarders: price . includes
furniture: see us at once. A snap. -W. J. *
: MORTIMER A CO.. Berkeley station. - . •.* '
FOR/sale — To avoid foreclosure \u25a0of mortgage.
• 7 -room house. 2311 Derby st. ; 11-room house
.nsar the hilts; lot 74x148. : ' -^
H. V. J.-BWAIN. Atty.. 463-4 Parrott bidg.
•'"JEhKEIEY PROPERTY WAATED.
WAXTED^J or 8 room cottage or bungalow In
South Berkeley; atate terma. Box 5777. CaU.
; BERKELEY. FURNISHED HOUSES.
FOR S rent-i- Furnished 8-room modern bouse In
'. Berkeley for . summer months; cheap.. 1321.
Derby sl» near corner. Berkeley.-- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0
. BERKELEY APARTMESTi"
IN: Berkeley— 2. "3 and 4 room apartments; mrw
balldins: modern: newly furnUhed. Bancroft
-' way and. Tele arraph aye.: ntar uatveraltr.
FKU ITVALE APTERT ? S*re
: : FRurr\'ALE re,\l , estate. -
NE3V "cottage. S'Vooms. ga« and elactrid*ftx-
: % -ture«;hl»h basement; come ami seefor ytrar- ..
- '" sett; - tertna^to snlt purchaser. -.See 'owner
*" cor." Bray aye.. old county road.
BEAUTIFUL tract - for building purposes "on
\u25a0 East Fourteenth St.. near Fruitval»; whole or
dubdivide;'" 17 ~" lots; cheap. WEST .-*
SOHNKE. 1213 Broadway." Oakland. . .
rf .;..; CobU«««* •« ; P««« ; Femrtoea.
BARBERS — Employment and Scpplle*.
Ron sale— First -oiiss 3-chalr barber shop, com-
rlete, with 2 bathrooms ar.d 3 well furnished
living rooms: live; town; 3000 inhabitant*.
COLKMAN. 311 James Flood buiicUng.
FOR sale— Barber shop: onJy one In town;
6rsi-cia£s shop end business: "^asonvor^U-
«ng retiring. Address WALTER SPBNCER.
TouctviUe. Cal. '
A EAP.Er.K shop waxted with baths; price not
to exceed $1000; taunt be fair-paying^no 10c
Joint; give particulars. D. STOLTZ. t£3
Market st.
1-CHAIR Larber B_9 In country: good lkß||-
ntse; «i<l established place. CHARLES H-
TRAPER, Icne. Air.ador County. Cal.
FOR «a!e^ — f 275 ; a good 3-chair barber shop;
north of Market; good location: other busi-
ness the cause. Bor 5753. Call offlce.
BARGAIN — l-cha!r up-to-date barber shop;
best location in Oakland; must be cold im-
wegiately. COLEMAN. 311 James Flood bid.
BARBER t»h<~P* (country) for sale; several of
them trenr. $120 up: some with baths. Apply
D. STOLTZ. 723 Market St.
EARPKR wanted Saturday ar.d Sunday. 237?4
fifth ft.
BAP.FER wanted for Saturday. 534 Mission
street.
BARBER waatei. 7 Stockton gt.
BARBER wanted. 673 Mission st, -
FOR esle — A first-class barrier shop in whole-
sale district. Coieman. 311 James Flood bid.
FOR sale— Barber shop; a bargain. 1301 High
St.. AJstneda.
$125— BARBEh thnp in hotel: 3 chairs; good
tTK<f. positive bargain. IOO7VJ Market st.
FOR «ale — Half '.merest In baths and barber
shop: snar- 121 Sixth st."
HELP WANTED — MALE.
A— PACIFIIfcON^RACTORS' EMPLOYMENT
AGENCT.
635 Wsfhir.pton st. Phone James S3OL
FKEJ2 FARE— FREE FARE.
Careen *r.i Tc-nopah R. a., Nevada: »h!p
fia:iy; $C 7 W.
NE\'ADA— FREE FARE.
Teametere. $2 25 day.
FREE FARE DC CALIFORNIA.
15 laborers, pick and obovel work, help car-
renters, track laying, etc., 12 day; can work
overtime en this; boas here; ship to-day at
neon; etea<sy work. *
QUARRY LABORERS.
FREE FARE — FREE FARE.
$2 day; steady work; $2 day.
FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
C&l'fsrcla, north; 9 tearoeters, company
work; S mcaths" Job; free fare both ways;
new work; it's good.
RAFTSMEN.
5 rafieraen. 10c fare, $3 5O day; 1 month's
work: * Quarry drillers, 80c fare, $2 25 day;
10 laborers. 25c fare. $2 25 day, new camp.
lcr.g Job.; camp waiter, 10c rare. $25 and fd.;
25 Italian -laborers, near city, $2 day; hun-
dreds of other Jobs.
PACIFIC CONTRACTORS* EMPLOYMENT
AGENCT.
CSS Washington tt.
AT RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
«02 Clay, cor. Montgomery; tel. James 2476.
C. S. GOVERNMENT CANAL WORKS-
NEVADA.
SHIP TO-DAY— OFFICE FEE $L
.TearasterE and laborers, $2 25 a day.
MISCELLANEOUS,
Carpenter, Shasta County, $3 50 a day._>
Planern^an, sawmill. $3 a day.
2 cutoff t-awytrs. box factory. 2T»c hour.
4 «.-*<.: r.g men, box company, east, 20c hour.
Br&kern&n, logging train, *'"-"• month.
Los truck loader. $80 month. .
H«-ad trimnwrcan. $*>5 month. .
i. \u25a0-\u25a0 . <.. k. .-Lsfu. $50 month found.
4 men. lumber R. R-, $2 25 day.
laborers, Yuba County, f 2 25 day.
• Laborers. Xaj>a County. ?2 day.
Machine blarksmlth, 35e hour.
M.'.kert. north, $40 month found.
AT fALIFORNIA EM P. CO., 3W O*Farrell.
Phone M&ln 3428.
.' \u25a0 \u25a0 • .\u25a0. \u25a0 m. ,i-M:.an. $15 week.
Good packer. *10 *-e<>k.
Cftjr jaitsmao, commirsion and $10 week.
Bartender and grocerj' clerk, best references,
f4O rr.onti:.
Porter, hotel experience. f3O found.
Extra driver. $.i day; if eteady stay, $17 50
wetk.
c trrand and cash boys, $3 50 and $4 week.
Driver, small bakery. ?23. ;
.'--. ..-..-.\u25a0— waitr-r. $5 week; Chinese second
c-.x;k. $45 month.
-3 w-ik- •- an<l dlEbwasliFrs. f-i-J4 V<O-SZ week.
Eievator boy. $«-?7 w*ek. - \u25a0- -----
MILKKR and sepsrate <-r«eam, mouatain ranch.
S4«; butler for family, country. *59; 2 farm-
ers er.d vi-Jves. t«<S BSi f6O and found; 2
chorfmen, tiiu and found: laborers for mine;
rr.::kers, fi'J ar.d #40 ar.d found: 2 ranch
blacksmiths. $50 and found: Jobbing black-
smith. $2 day; teamster. $1 23 day and
?i.;un<i; 2 fcouse painters. ?2 50 day and
board: harntssmaker, ?2 50 day; errar.d boy,
f" week: your^ man to assist In bakery, fcl>
and found: cook and wife, country. $65 and
frund; cook for miners. $35 and found; por-
ters, waiters and others. J. F. CROSETT
6 CO., C2S Sacramento st.
A MAN about 45 years old for Janitor's work:
rf-ferenoe* required: call after 9. MISS
PLCNKgTT. 42S Sutter st.. near PowelL
A SECOND butier for a private family. $36,
easy, steady place.
A second butler for gentlemen's clubhouse,
$30, board and room.
Call MISS PLUNKETT'S. 428 Sutter St..
ne«j PcwelL
ANDRE'S of See. 317 Stockton »t. — Attendant
to an invalid. $30 found; barkeeper, country.
Gerraaa prei erred. ISS; cook for few men,
fruit ranch, $30; two men to drive 2-horse
teams, private park, country, $1 day fd., etc
RELIABLE man having had successful experf-
esce as salesman cr solicitor In any line
wanted for the selling of choicest ' Suburban ;
propertie*. A splendid opportunity for man i
of ability and persistence. Property Is sal-
abJe and returns large. Address, giving ex-
perience, present occupation and age. Ad-
Cress box 1901. Call office,' San Francisco.
\u25a0
TVANTED — Experienced salesmen- fcr toys'
«_d -children's clothing department. Apply
S. N. WOOD St CO.. Powell and Ellis sts.
WANTED — Experienced saiesroea for furntah-
tng good* department. Apply S. N. WOOD
& CO, Powell asd Ellis ets. \
WANTED — Experienced salesmen for men's :
clothing department. Apply. S. N. WOOD
A- CO.. Powell and Ellis stg. '\u25a0
"WANTED — An experienced window dresser for
men's clothing and furnishing • goods; must
have taste and aWlity a.nfl must be able to
fill a ftrat-claes poeitlcn. Apply to S. N.
WOOD & CO.. Powell end Ellis sts.
WANTED — Experienced salesmen for men's
clothing department. Apply S. N. WOOD
A CO.. 740 Market et. \u25a0 -
\u25a0WANTED — Young man about 18 or 18 years
of age to learn office work; must be a good
- penman and good at firurec. Apply between
9 And 11 a. m. at HALK BROS.' \u25a0 - ..
EXPERIENCED salesman wanted for boys'
hats and cap*: must have had previous ex-
perience In this class of goods. Apply Su-
perintendent's office, EMPORIUM. .
"WANTED — Young men wltj». experience in
dress goods and notions as Flock clerk. Ap-
. ply, stating experience, salary expected, etc.,
box E7SO. Call office.
ITES to le&ra the barber trade free: I pay
3-ou while learning; the , only successful
method in use. - TM Mlselon rt.
BUSHELMEN wanted ImtnetJ lately. HENRY
LYONS &. SONS. 106 Kearry Et. '
BARSHR wanted half-day Saturday; union
ni«n. 1006 Ml«glon st. . "
BRXOHT offlce bey in large corporation: rtate
age and schooling. Box «7.%<5. Call office.
A BUTCHER wanted at 152 Seventh et.; must
be able to cut tseat. - -
EXPERIENCED boy to drive grocery tragon;
ttrictly temperate; ref. 2951 Twecty-fonrth.
COLORED rrter for barber shop." 1234 Ninth
are.. S«Hfet Dirtrtct. - - , ; .
WANTED — Experienced ' domestic .salesman.
Apply between? 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE
BROS.' - . ' - . .
WANTED — Experienced drapery «ale»man. Ap-
p'r between 9 uid.ll a. m. at HALE BROS.'
WANTED-^-Salfesman take line sundries and
specialties en commission, city and country.
Box 3442. Call offlce.
\u25a0WANTED — Men to learn barber trade; - free
to the next 6 Etndecta. Call Glllman'e Bar-
ber College, €27 Clay «t., .near Montgomery.
DRUG clerk; a gradeate tn pharmacy . and
speaking German preferred. Address, giving
tooaJ references, box. £544, Call. -, ~s ._\u25a0; -- :-_*.\u25a0?-
AN «TLcejitlonal opportunity for competent
prlster t» eecwre Interest In .aa established
printing business. Box 5527, -CaU.:
EXPERIENCED, reliable man and wife to
work on ratcb and take charge.- cf some.
222 • Dolores Kt.. pear Sixteenth. ; -
GILLETT"S Barber Behool — Best and cheapest;
write for. <enns. C3O Commercial sf
to • the wmw^mMmmk o waif v n ity
A— MURRAX & READY, C 34-628 Clay BtT~
Phone Main RSlfc.
OFFICE HOURS.* 7 A. 11. TO 10 P. M.
Ths» new system gives employers a chance to
phone us until 10 P. M.
\u25a0 Likewise
All can call after their day's work. /
Our Own Printing
F,l«>t issues our free list of positions
four timee dally— 7 a. m. 10
a. m., 1 p. m.. 4 p." m.
EMPLOYERS, ATTENTION.
OUR I.VVESTIGATIOX AND SEGREGA-
TION RESULT IN THE PRODUCTION
OF FIRST-CLASS HELP. "T-t ,T~
\u25a0'IF YOU WANT
THE BEST HELP DO AS OTHERS DO.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
MURRAY & READY, 63i-636 CTay st.
Leadinic Employment and Labor Agents. '
Phone Main SS4S.
THE RIGHT OF MAN TO LIVE, THE
RIGHT OF MAN TO WORK.
We rave in 1904 1906 we hope to
64,000 men work. increase 64.000.
W«-.do not supply female help, but we do
surply men and wives for all classes of work.
WE SPEAK THE %
German. French, Italian.. Portuguese. Span-
ish. Slavonian, Scandinavian and Greek lan-
guages.
NEVADA STATE.
United States Government work: fare to
work. $6; our offlce fee only $1.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC. RAILROAD
Has given us half railroad fare to work, $6;
our cf flee fee only $1.
LOOK.
165 laborers; ycu will suit; $2 25 day. .,.; v
96 teamsters. Can you drive two horses?
$'- 25 day.
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT HELP.
3 cooks, different restaurants, $20 week.
Short order cook. Eureka,' $33, $23 and found.
ALSO . \u25a0
18 other cooks, first, second, third and short
order men for hotels,- -restaurants, saloons,
mines, ranches, camps, $80. $70, \u25a0 $60, $50,
S4O, fSO found; come see us. -
dishwashers, ?S, $0. $7, $6 week and fd.
WAITERS FOR CITY -AND COUNTRY.
S5 waiters, hotels, restaurants, cafes, lunch
counters, coffre-houscs. camps, etc.; $45,
$40. $30 and fdl; $11. $10, S3 week and fd.
15 porters, : bedmakers, bell and elevator
boys, bartenders, city and country Job*. $15,
$20. $25. $30. $35 and found.
4 assistant bakers and helpers. $40, $30. $20.
$15 and found.
MURRAY & READY.
634-636 Clay st.
TO SAWMILLS, WOODS,
PLANING MILLS, BOX FACTORIES, ETC.
26 laborers for yards, north, $60.
54 laborers for mills, north. $60.
36 leborers, Mendocino County, $35 and f d.
55 laborers, different places, $35, $40 found.
FOREMAN— SECTION R. R. BOSS— SSO fd.
IS laborer* to lay track, $35 found.
WOODCHOPPERS— TIEMAKEBS.
68 woodchoppers. tools, provisions, found,
$1 50. $2 eotf. fare paid, some $2 day.
IS TIEMAKERS ALSO.
Man. split blocks for machine, $2 50 day.
Bench hand, country mill. $3 .50 day.
Setter, ratchet blocks. $60; carriage setter.
*a> fd-: trimmer. $2 50 to $4: logger. $55
fd.; matcher and sticker hand, $3 50 to $4;
eagerman, white ptne.- ?60 fd.: bead lineman.
$65 fd.; 3 ratchet- setters, $3 50: 6 bench
hands. $3 50; 12 door molders, $67 50; 6
woodworkers, $75; 4 graders, $3; 2 carriage
rulers, $75.
SCANDINAVIAN LABORERS.
55 good men to work In sawmills, $75.
MURRAY & READY. 634-C36 Clay st
MECHANICAL HELP.
3 tank erectnr*. weoden tank*. $3 to $4 day.
BLACKSMITHS AND HELPERS.
3 floormen. No. 1 Job. $3 day. • .-- i
DIFFERENT PLACES.
25 blacksmiths. ' hcrseFhorrs and helpers,
$3 50. $3. $2 50. $2 day: COME SEE US.- \u25a0
MACHINE BLACKSMITHS.
9 machine 'blacksmiths, different Jobs, $3,
$3 75. $4 day. -
3 carriace painters. $3 50 day.
9 \u25a0* heelwrights, $2 50 to ?4 day.
26 coopers " 10c barrel.*
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
MINES — Different Ones.
26 single and double haua miners. $S2 50, $75.
26 laborers, no experience required, $26, §30,
$40 and round.
19 soft brick miners. $67 W and fcuni.
5 brick wheelers. Reno. Nev.% 40c M.
. MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay rt.
~ BOYS. '•_ .
IS boys for factories, learn trades, etc.; $0,
$5, $* week.
MURRAY & READY. 634-63S Clay st.
'\u25a0 . . ITALIANS— SPANIARDS.
Mexicans. • Portuguese.
I*6 laborer* not far away, $2 day; board
. themselves: everything round. -' -\u25a0 , • '' i
6S to -chop -wood, fare paia, JLSO cord.j-.v .
2fl for quarry work, sec us, $<50. i
"VTlne given with Italian ooard. -:
MURRAY & REAPY. 634-636 Clay st.
ITS A GOOD FACTORY.
19 men. various brancnee pf work, $60. --'--A;-V.
MURRAY & READY. t?34-636 Clay st.
LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS.
3C4 laborers and teamsters; some In San
Francisco; *oine board yourselves; others.
board with corporation; $2 75, $2 50, $2
day- $cO. $50. $40, S2O found; see us.
5 plowholders, $2 SO day.
18 gutter layer*. $75.
FHEE FARE.
155 laborers, teamsters. $00.
MANUFACTURING COMPANY. .
YEW TUNNELS. - - FREE FARE.
HOW ABOUT THIS?
65 drillers, free fare. $67. 50. .
NEW R. R.. ELECTRIC. ETC.
155 laborers and teamsters, fare $2, $GO.
MURRAY & READY. 631-63U Clay St.
NORTH ............50UTH............ EAST
HAYMAKERS. FRUIT PICKERS.:
96 haymakers, pitchers, forkers. raners, mow-
ers, teamfeters, etc.; $1 50. $1 25 day and
found. .
—DAIRYMEN—
136 milkeni $10, $35, $30 fd.
VINEYARDS AND ORCHARDS.
26 general hands: no haying. ... .$2O. $30 fd.
5 farm hands: home ranches $30 fd.
CHOREMEN AND BOYS.
35 choremen and boys for farms: private res-
idences; about mines, -, dairies, etc.; $35,
$30. $25. $15 found.
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st.
SHOP" butcher and sausage-maker, north. $17
week - - ' ' """ * * '
TINNERS. AND COOPERS, f ..',-
' Tinner, galvanlsefl Iron. $2 50 day; cooper.
$3 25 day.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay Bt.
LOOK. ';
Head gardener, private residence, $40 found.
i LOOK.
- Cook and wife, hotel, fare paid. $55 found.
- LOOK.
Leverman.' gaeollne dredger. $80 and found.
MURRAY & READY. 634-036" Clay st.
FREE FARE.
J55 Itallaou, $60. ; .
155 Greeks. $GO.
155 Portuguese. $60.
155 Spaniards or Mexicans, $60.
BOSS HERE— FREE FARE— GO TO-DAY.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay «t.
50 Italians: Italian board; wine given; $2 day.
MURRAY & READY. C34-C36 Clay st.
WHEELWRIGHTS: PONY SAWYERS.
2 pony sawyers: lumber, company; fare free;
- $90 and found. " I \u25a0...,.-,
CARPENTERS.
\u25a0 12 carpenters; S hours; fare $1; $4 day.
MINE COOKS.
Cock: mine company; dobs here; $40 found. .
METAL POLISHERS. ETC
2 metal- poll* h«-r» or buffers: usual wages.
Blacksmith; Napa County, $•'{ dajv
MUUer; Eureka: $35 and found.
? SKIDROAD BUILDER
Skidroad builder: S. C. Co.: *T5. '
- MINERS. - - • " '
4 mlner»: gold mine: Amador County; %~0.
FIREMEN.
3 .fcrnace firenv-n; mine; $35 to $45 found.
Boitmaker; good- wages.
Splßemaker: good wages.
' 2 laiindrymen,- springs hotel. $40 and found.
MURRAY fc READY. 634-CSO Clay st.
FREE FARB-^NOT; HARD WORK.
. NEW WORK-MTALIFORNIA.
165 laborers boss . here, $tio. ~
MURRAY Sl. READY. 634-636 Clay St.-
~ TOUR FARE PAID. •" '\u25a0'
- • OREGON.. -
25 laborers for a large lumber company. .
BIG • SAWMILL. •
$35 and found: \u0084--> '• ' \u25a0 Steady job.
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st. .
MILLHAND, small mill, renaw, $2 and found.
TYPEWRITER.. J ..
Typewriter,' stenographer, contractor's office,
$35 and found. . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084--
, SPECIAL— BLACKSMITH. '.
Floorman, blacksmith, \u25a0 camp, near, city, $3 50
day.. ' '- - \u25a0-';- - .-.
CLERK. . '*. '-"
Ehipplng clerk, bakery, etc., $10 week.'. . ' ', .
Man to take care of -milk, nil bottles, citjr,
$40.. '\u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0-\u0084\u25a0--- I :--*--,\u25a0-« -,•; - ,--.
' ENGINEER. \u25a0**
Night engineer, for ranch. $2 day found. '
C: FOREMAN. . . -
Foreman,' take charge . and manage - erection
Of ' redwood tanks. f5 day. '•;' * - - - >-
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Carriage painter. -.: fare 90c, good wages. '
CARPENTERS.- '
18 carpenter*, - city "Job.- tt hours," $4 day.
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6 laborers, city, no blankets wanted.. s2 day.
MURRAY, & READY. 634-C36 Oay. at. V-
Butcher, «hop "and ' wagon,' fare '\u25a0\u25a0 25c. $30 rr f d."
SPRINGS .AND! CAMP COOKS,,
Camp cook, fare 16e,' 560 and \u25a0 found. \u25a0•* . - :
Cook. 'small springs hotel. - $4O and found.
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