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A WANT AD WILL. SECURE : : FARM HELP,
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1435 Park Street. Near Santa C'.ara Avenue.
Phone Alameda 559.
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corner Market and Third streets: open until
12 o'clock every night in the year:
BRANCH OFFICES:
JOOS Market street opposite Fifth; open until
11 p. in.
£ot> Montgomery aye. ; cpen until 9 p. m.
200 Hayes Etreet; *>pen until a:ao p. m.
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let* Eleventh etreet : cpen until 'J p. m.
1086 Valencia street; open until 9 p. in.
Northeast corner Church and Duncan streets;
open until & p. m.
2200 FiUmore street; cpen until 9 p. m.
TO SUBS' -IBERS LEAVIXG TOWS
FOR THE SUMMER. v%
CALL subscribers contemplating a
change of residence drTl.njj the summer
xaontbs can have their paper forvrarded
hy mail to their new address by not if y-
tnsr THU CALL Business Office. This
paper « ill also be on ciale at all summer
retort*, and fs represented by a local
osent'fn all town* on the coast.
MBETI2VG "VOTICES.
>iOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COM-
PANY — A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Southern Faclfic Railroad Company
•wiiV be held at the office of the company, in
room 1210, in the Merchants'. Exchange
building, \u25a0ia the city and county, of- San
Francisco, in the Slate of Cali!omia, the
r same being the principal place of business
cf eaid corporation, and being the building
where the board of directors of said corpora-
, tien usually meet, on the 2Sth day of August.
1903. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, to con-
sider and act upon the propositions:
• First, to Increase the capital stock of said
corporation to one hundred and sixty million !
J dollars (f 260,000,000). and for that purpose !
to amend article VI of the articles ot in- i
corporation and consolidation of the company j
tc read ss folows: '
"The amount of the capital stock of said
corporation shall be one hundred and sixty
ir.illicn dollars (SIOO.OOO.OOO). divided Into
t>r.e million six hundred thousand U, 000.000) }
shares of the par value of one hundred dol-
lars (flOU) each, which said amount cf capl-
tsl stock does rAit exceed the amount actuary
r«-<juired for the purposes of the said corpora-
tion, ,and is the amount actually required j
and ascertained to be necessary fcr construct-
ing, con-.pieticg, equipping, operating and
maintaining its road, and is co estimated by j
l competent engineers, as will appear by the
•wriiun estimate of each engineers, duly!
signed by them, and filed in the office and j
frincSpal place of busicess aforesaid of eald
I corporation. "
% And to amend paragraph third of article
XII of the taid articles to read ac follows:
"The ' Eumbcr of directors of said con-
Fo!idat«3 corporation shall be eleven (11>
tr.d the amount of tbe capital stock of said
corporation shall be one hundred and sixty
million dollars <$l(jO.OOO,OOQ>. which said '
•mount cf capital stock is the amount ac- !
• tuaJly required fcr the purposes of said cor- j
poration. and is the amount actually re-
quired and ascertained to be necessary for
constructing, completing, equipping, operat-
ing end maintaining its roaa. and Ss so estl-
mated by competent tngineers. a£ will ap- j
s*-ar by the aforesaid written estimate of I
laid engineers, duly signed by them and on
' file as aforesaid. Said capital tstock of said
corporation shall be divided Into one mil-
lion six fcur-drfd thousand tl. 000,000) shares
©1 . the par value of cne hundred dollars
(flOO) each, of which said shares of taid
capital stock the following ha\-e been sub-
scribed by ar.d aliened to the stockholders
of said constituent corporations, as herein-
eiier set forth, to wit:"
"To the Southern PaciSc Railroad Com-
pany, incorporated, organized and existing
undtr the laws of the State of California.
and to "its shareholders, one million and
fourteen thousand two hundred and forty-
one and sixty cne-hundredths (1,014,1*41 60-100)
shares."
; -.To the Southern FaciSc Railroad Com-
rany. incorporated, organized ar.d existing
under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, i
and to Its stockholders, one hundred and I
, ESnety-nine thousand nine .hundred and fifty •
Mm.UoC) shares." * j
".To the Southern Paciiic Railroad Com- i
pany of New Mexico, Incorporated, organized '
»nd existing under the laws of the Territory
of New Mexico, ar.d to its stockholders I
eixty-eight thousand eight hundred and
eighty-eight <CH,Hhh) share*. "
"The several stockholders of each of said
constituent corporations shall hare lsmied to
tbem by the said consolidated corporation
paid up shares of the capital itock of the
consolidated corporation out of the shares
thereof subscribed by ar.i allotted "to the
ttockholders cf their ren-ective constituent
corporations to the like amount, dollar foi
dollar, at their par va!u« with the par value
cf the shares held by euch stockholders In
their respective constituent <*orporations "
Thereafter, and secor.iJiy. to create a bend-
ed lndeljteUness of said corporation to the
amount in the aggregate of one hundred and
sixty million: dollars (tlCO.OOO.OOO) la gold
coin of the United Slates (a, portion of which
is to be used in retiring existing bonded in-
debtedness), and to increase the bonded in-
debtedness -of said corporation up to the
; amount in the aegregate of one hundred and
eixty million 6aUe.rt ftlCO.OOO.OOQ) in gold
coin of the United States, and to secure th«
said proposed bonded Indebtedness • by a
mortgage upon the railroads, franchises and
property of the company now owned or 'here-
after acquired, and the Income thereof or
such part thereof, as may be prescribed in
the mortgage; and to determine the form and
terms of said bontls and mortgage and to
authorize the Board of Directors to' take all
ruch action as they may deem necessary or
expedient In the premise*.
Dated the 28th day of June, 1805
By order of the Board of Directors.'
' J- L. WILLCUTT
Secretary of the Southern -Pacific Railroad
Comoany.
N. T. SMITH. '
E. E. CALVI.V
WILLIAM HOOD
I. W. HELLMANVjr
JAMES K. WILSOV
J. M. ' HANFOKj ' '
PETER F." DUNNE
J. L. WILLCUTT. '
FRANK B. KING.
CHAS. P. * LINCOLN,
G.- L. KING,
Difr-ctor* of Raid - Southern Pacific Railroad
. Company.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERSi—
Notice Is hereby piv»n that the annum meet-
ing of the Ftoekholdera ftf the SACIIAMENTO
- SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY will be
held "on Monday, July _ 10. ; i:K)">. at :12
o'clock "boon,' at \u25a0 the office of Faid company,
room 121 C, , Merchante' Exchange.' building-.
Ban Francisco. California, t for • the .' purpose
of ' elect ing - a board of five r directors > for
the ensuing year aad to transact »<uch:other
, tiUslr.ef s \u25a0 tis may legally \u25a0 come before ; said
C-ecUnc June 23. l»05.
J. L. ' WILLCUTT. Becretarr.' s
,- 3;i:::ti.\c; notices— c«ntinuc-i.
CALIFORNIA Cr.apter No. », R. A. M.. -ffl
will meet THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN- > tfX
ING, July 4. at 7 -.'JO o'clock. Stated /V\
'mefilng.
.-.-^\u25a0- - FRANKLIN H. DAY. Secretary.
GOLDEN GATE Lodse No. 30. ; F. and w
A. M.— StaU-d meeting THIS (TUES- "v\f
DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. /V>
K D\V IX L. MEYER, Secretary.'
ORIENTAL Lodge No. 144, F. and A. £ \
M., Masonic Temple— Stated meeting "VVf
THIn. (TUESDAY) EVENING at 8 /VN
o'clock. R. C. JEWELL. W. M.
A. S. HUBBARD, Secretary. '
TRILMI'H Lodse No. ibO. A. O. U. \u25a0•$££\u25a0''
W.— Officers and membf-rs, you arej.^rit'-
notified to attend the funeral of OW'W&JSX
late brother, P. FITZPA TRICK, fromM^
St. Brenden's Church, Fremont and Harri-
son, July 5, at 10 a. m.
ED McCOSKER, M. "VV.
J. 11. CATTRAN, Recorder.
AUSTRIAN Dalmatian Endowment So- t^-£*V». V
ciety— Meeting THIS (TUESDAY) fMSrM
EVENING. July 4, lOCS.' S o'cluck.
OG7 Sutter st., Austrian Hall. Every «*'"g*r«"»
member is requested to be present. By or-
ccr of B. M. BURIN. President.
P. RAICF.VICH. Secretary.
SHELL MOUND PARK, Berkeley. v *C 7 •-
TUESDAY. July 4. 1905. the twen- "5\ (%dj?
ty-fourth grand annual gathering ""^OL^^,
nni -games of the Scottish -Thistle
Club, the greatest exhibition of Scottish .inri
other sports ever witnessed on this coast,
and participated in by the greatest athletes
of the world. Games for all natlonalltiM
open to all comers. Introduction of new fea-
tures. Three thousand dollars in cash prizes,
beeides handsome end costly medals for ama-
teur events. Don't fail to witness the great
Irish jig and reel and Cakewalk contests;
the amusing obstruction, three-legged and
sack races; beautiful ana picturesque High-
land dancing by expert men and children;
exciting bicycle and foot races; tug of war;
grand amateur wrestling between members
of Reliance and Olympic Athletic clubs at
158 pounds, 110 pounds and 115 pounds; also
great relay race between amateurs from ath-
letic clubs and high schools; grand and patri-
otic display of fireworks; dancing in both
pavllioiis throughout the entire day and
night; music by the celebrated Golden Gate
Park Band and a corps of pipere. Admission
to the park — Adults (day) 50 cents, (night) '-5
cents; children (day) 25 cents, (night) 10
cents. Parties in Highland costume admitted
to park tree. • Buy \u25a0 your ferry tickets for
Shell Mound. A Highland welcome to all.
GEORGE TV. PATERSON. Royal Chief.
A. E. CARLISLE. Recorder.
ATTORAEYS-AT-LAW.
R. W. KING, Attorney-at-Law. Exam, bidg.,
Cth floor, entrance room Gil; established 20
years: ail courts, general courts and office
practice; no fees In advance cr for consulta-
tion; evenings, by appointment. Tel. Red 3601.
ADVICE free; legal divorce costs $12; all law
cases handled; no. fee In advance ;\u25a0 open Sat-
urday evenings: other evenings by appoint-
ment; call an-J save money. Sl9 Market r. 33.
AA— DIVORCE: costs $12; quick, quiet; advice
free; all law business ; no charge unless suc-
cessful; open evenings. 927 Market, room 301.
L. S. CLARK, 927 Market, room 304; consulta-
tlon free; no fee In advance; open evenings.
AUTOMOBILES.
FOR sale— l9o4 "White steamer; In first-class
condition; Just thoroughly overhauled; $1100
cash. Box 6520. Call.
FOR 6ale — 2 cylinder light delivery car.
WALTER S. FRANCE, 20 Golden Gate aye.
agej^s jy^xTj:p.
ABSOLUTELY- the best magazine ever put in
the field for . canvassers and agents. 801
Scott & Van Arsdale bidg.. 738 Mission st
ASTHMA CURE.
DI NOLA'S Asthma Remedy relieves instantly;
10c. 25c. 60c 1602 Market St.. St. Nicholas.
For sale by all druggists.
BOARDING FOR CHILpREX.
TWENTY-EIGHTH. 22*— 2 children from A to
6 years to board. ; .
BUSINESS CHANCES.
EAGLE REALTY OFFICE. Miller & Andersen,
£30 Kearny St.; phone Montgomery 623.
$600— BUTCHER shop; doing splendid busi-
ness; horse and cart: rent $25; enap. 230
Kearny st. : -, . •.•\u25a0> . ": ~ ';\u25a0 ft'K
$1050 — GROCERY, and saloon; fine stotck; rent
$ao; busy corner; no opposition. 2UO Kearny.
$ltKC — GROCERY, saloon, etc.; $50 i best cor-
ner in city- $1500 stock; splendid bargain.
230 Kearny et. -
$15C — SALOON; fine fixtures; nice etcjek; rent
$30; tine location; owner 6lck. 230 Kearny.
$12G0 — SALOON: large stock; good* fixtures;
rent $25; clears $30 dally; big bargain.* 230
Kearny st.
GROCERY and saloon license for sale; ealoon
license for sale. 230 Kearny st.
$SOO— PRINTING office, doing big business;
runs 2 presses; . electric motor; everything
necessary to conduct a. first-class, office. 230
Kearny st.
Office open to-day. 230 Kearny st.
A— CAMERON & CO.- — r— — Phone South 1050
3 Eddy at., cor. Market and Powell.
Headquarters for all kinds of business chances.
I A— s2oo will buy old established hairdressing
and manicuring business In growing town
one hour's ride from E. • F. ; no opposition:
only one In town; big bargain; owner obliged
to leave for Europe. CAMERON & CO., 3
Eddy st.
; A — Wanted— First-class real estate man with
some means to connect himself with old es-
tablished city office; must have good creden-
tials. See CAMERON & CO.
! A — First-class grocery . and bar; fine transfer
corner; large stock and up to date; chance to
get one of the best groceries In the city. See
CAMERON & CO.
A — Family liquor store and bar; fine location;
long lease; well stocked; good fixtures; every-
thing strictly first class; make' offer.; See
CAMERON & CO. . V.: -
TO lease — A brick plant: 40,000 capacity dally;
engine, boiler, crusher and every facility for
making first-class brick; unlimited quantities
of clay. Apply DR. C. C. O'DONNELL,
1021% Market St.: tel. South C 22 ., - ':, \u25a0
BARGAIN — Nicely fitted up. good paying cof-'
\u25a0 fee. tea and : crockery • business, 4 living
rooms, reasonable rent, lease, value in sight.
Apply GEO. W. j DARBEY, 212-- Hearst . bidg. ;
$150 PER month net-on an absolutely safe In- \u25a0
vestment; $3000 buys the . business, . which
\u25a0will bring more money 3 months later. In-
quire room 4, 223 ; P0we11 : st. / '.;
FOR sale-^Half or -whole ; Interest In saloon;
; -good, clean stock; cash register; investigate
quick." Box 6156..Ca11. ; ..\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0..--; ..-, ;;..,.
SALOON license* for sale; $350. Box 618S,
Call office. . v • \u25a0 • • \u25a0-. •\u25a0•--..\u25a0•.- /,•-„-•
HALF - Interest well- established \u25a0 candy,; ice
cream business for sale. 443 Bush st. • '." ; .
CORNER ' grocery and \u25a0 bar ; . must '» be i sold this
week; living rooms: cheap > rent; newly palnt-
. cd "' throughout ; . a bargain.' . Call 1035 - Folsom
. Bt-,- near Seventh. •/ V- ~ . \u25a0 • ;\u25a0; V \u25a0
BARGAIN— Lodging 'and' boarding house; ; 20
room*" arid saloon, '.with stock:, good for
sailors': boarding \ house. .14v.Washlngton st.
SALOON; and liquor- store; $2000; fine transfer.
• corner;'. 16th and .Howard;, 6 years' lease;
large wine cellar; party Is sick; a bargain. .;x
MUST \u25a0 be .- sold 'on account -of sickness •'\u25a0 gro-
cery, liquor, -- bakery .- and . notion . store. 29')
Crescent aye. ; ..' .
BAR fixtures for sale cheap;- chairs, counter,
. table . andi back of bar. Corner Third - and
Brsncrof t •, way. West ' Berkeley.' ,
ESTA BLISHED fruit and * meat market, \u25a0 doing
Al .business. Address- 1023 Guerrero j st. -.-
; partner." In; paying, day., restau-
-'rant; must be cook. ', Call; 50". Flrfrt-st.-' .;
GROCERY and saloon rest: over 30 years;*flne
location: & years" lease. "Box 6065.: Call.' \u25a0 t
WANTED^-Actlve'' partner * In » first-class 'day
saloon.. Box CO6O.- Call office, r- - >.; . .'\u25a0
SA LOOTK . and \u25a0\u25a0 cigar store for sale. \~ ICB Fourth
;, *=tr ;*• expenses: reasonable. * : ; .
$C 00 — GOOD paying business, second-hand book
and murtc store. , :- 1250 Mission Bt;; ; cor.^Oth.;
FOR' sale— Paint* shop "complete; .-• account .de-
parture ; ,; cheap: ; " ; r>o2 ; Post .; et. ; £- fruit -. store. 1 ;
fICfiO— STATIONERY,- notions and periodicals;
, rtore for sale: ,a. snap. : Box: 6291,-; Call. '.-.> -:.\u25a0',
SALOON l and"7 furnulshed 'rooms: -$600; cheap
rent. 107J Georgia > : et.;' Vallejo,"" Cal. ?- : «•! -; .;
HAY. ' era in, \u25a0 wood - & coal < yard ; • account sick-
ness: . must sell: !M. WRIGHT, 1 435 ; Natoma!
HESTAURANT: '\u25a0 establl-'hed -12 years; ''- good
; loealltj-; : ?2000. >s Box ; C824."? Call office.' -". ;; : 5
NEWSPAPER "\u25a0 route .- for f eale -In "j Oakland ; \u25a0 a
\u25a0 KoaA : Call ; route in ; Oakland : for sale. \u25a0}.'• Apply >
' at Ca! 1 ; lEJuslness : Of flee ;for T particulars. ";.;.,;•
GCCDiCs.It; route fcr, tale. *'. Apply, at Call of-
.:\u25a0 ilce.-,":.; -ry.r \u25a0'\u25a0 .._. j v ..- -;:. ", .;;. - -.- ;',,'. |
-A BRANCH - office of The * Call f or ' the ? recep-
.••;• tion of advertisements and subscriptions has'
. been r opened -: at j Market j st..-" . opposite
Fifth.' * Open ; until jl l p. im. '
rwmriiii—iirimiiii-nlrfcsn i^Amm \u25a0<\u25a0 \u25a01 J 1 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0!" • - * \u25a0 - \u25a0',"*.
THE SAN FRANGIS6O' J GALL, /-TUESDAY; JULY .4. IUOS.
BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued.
- LOOK AT THIS. :
A— 513.000: saloon with. 4' rooms, houseof 6
rooms., family orchard and - -10 'acres land;
\u25a0-here -will, be In'short. time "the Western *Pa-
- clfic R. R. camp witb . about ; 10, 000 -men for
the next: 3;, years; no .show- for? any "other.
saloon tit open;' this 'ls: aya v bonanza." . Call R.
G. V.'ILKE, 26^. Kearny-st.
A— s6oo;'. CIGAR, -tobacco stand,! "corner.- with
laundry- office; \u25a0\u25a0; owner" kept" place. 4.'.years;
business 1 clears above $110 per: month ;-:loca-
. tion the best: 'close to ' Examiner .office .;,. Call
R.G. WILKE, 20^ : Kearny st.< ' :
A— sl7so; SAUSAGE I factory and pork \ store;
horse, wagon; .business established
year*; has a large, patronage ; in wholesale
trade, also -doing rushing store trade; owner
to : retire -only cause of; sale. See R: G.
WILKE.- 20^ Kearny st.: :.v.' \u25a0',:.-'.' V\u25a0' .' ,
A— sl3oo; CORNER saloon north of Markets.;
• close .to Kearny ; •; rent $S0; :" lease; \u25a0 owner
= wishes to quit city, lif e. and go, ln the coun-
try; investigate; this Is a rare chance.- Call
R. G. WILKE,.26'/j Kearny st \u25a0
A— Sl35O; CORNER saloonon Folsom st;;' with
2 living rooms: rent $35; place located closs
to Sixth st. ; bargain. Call R. G. WILKE.
20 Vt Kearny et. . . -
A— $2SCO- THE most prominent' corner -.saloon
on Sixth St.. with lease.- and cigar stand i.n
front: quarrels among partners only cause of
6ale; not * all ' cash :necessar>".": Call R. G.
WILKE. 20V6 Kearny; st. • '-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
A— SCCOO;- ELEGANTLY fitted up saloon with
8 furnished rooms; the most prominent loca-
tion north of Market '': street; rent. $125; • a
• 'very raro chance; place a mon-ey, maker. R.
G. WILKE. 20^ Kearny st .' .- --/- ;.'\u25a0:-\u25a0'. .
A— s3ooo; ' CORNER saloon with- -flat ;: of .= 6
rooms; lease; no'better location In this city;
owner kept place 10 years : a\u25a0 ' very .*. rare
chance. Call R.G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny st.
A— s3oo: CARPENTER shop,* horse, .wagon;
shop kept by- owner 15 years; good business;
owner to retire. Call R. G. WILKE, 2CVfi
Kearny st.-: .\u25a0 \u25a0..:.' .'-•.-•'.' '\u25a0\u25a0•--\u25a0'
A— ssoo; OFFICE .business with a.. monthly
published paper; office doing a rushing busi-
ness in its line (no real estate office). ". Call
for particulars. R.G. WILKE. 20"^ Kearny
: street. . . . '\u25a0 \u25a0 : .:\u25a0::\u25a0.-. '-'.''''\u25a0\u25a0-' .-. '\u25a0 \u25a0
A— siooo; RESTAURANT and coffee saloon;
best location. on Montgomery. St.; -old: estab-
lished and good-paying business: lease lf.de-
eired. Call R. : G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st.
A— slso; RESTAURANT and . chophouee, opp. -
the Park; rent $15; a bargain. Call R. G.
WILKE. 26^ Kearny. St.- .-
A— s2ooo; ROAD house with bowling alley,
• dance pavilion, etc. ; rent $30; : the ; place Is
located on the most prominent county .road
to San Mateo. • Call R. G. WILKB. 20 *^
Kearny st. - ' \u25a0-.- ".-' ••'\u25a0 * .- -..'•\u25a0 - '::':-\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
A— s2loo: CORNER saloon on Sixth . st. ; rent
$S0; this le an old-established corner; ü best
, part cf Slxth*st; investigate; a very, rare
chance. R. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny - Bt.
A—? 400;A — ?400; GOOD.' • active man wanted ..' In cigar
factory employing 8 men: must know how to
keep books or. act as salesman. v Call- R.'G.
WILKE, 26*4 Kearny Bt . -r \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u0084;..-.. * : : .
A— s9so; CORNER saloon, with cigar stand,
on Folsom. St. (Mission) :•. living rooms: 5
, years' lease; a bargain , and rare . chance.
Call R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st
A— s2oo ; CIGAR store on prominent : part of
Mission st; factory: In the rear; owner's;
established 20 years; a bargain. Call R. G.
WILKE. 26*^ Kearny st. - - : :
A— s6so; CIGAR and tobacco stand. In a most
prominent location: also laundry office; place
kept by owner for'years; never clears less
than $100 per month to your - bank account
See R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny et.' '
A—s2ooo;A — $2000; CORNER saloon/with lease and liv-
ing-room; about 3 barrels choicest whisky on
hand; location the very best;: close to Market
st; investigate; this is -a rare chance.. R.
G. WILKE, 2C*A Kcarny st. \u25a0— -
A— s7so; MANUFACTURING business; article
U6ed and muet be UEea m \u25a0 every household ;
owner Is engaged In other: business. :' Call
R. G. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny et. . . ;-
A— s9so; OYSTER and chop house with 3-year,
lease; most prominent -, location in Western
Addition; this businesses a good one. Call
R.G. WILKE, 26*4 Kearny- et. : ;
A $2000 FANCY- grocery and- delicatessen
store; on Sacramento st; Western Addition;
rent $30; 3 years' lease; full-value In sight
Call R.G .WILKE.' 26^4 Kearny st.
A— "'1200: CORNER saloon with- 7 turn, rooms;
rent ?35;- place doing 'a rushing .business:
1 about \u25a012 :\u25a0 barrels ' beer £ por '• week ; ,: close sto
warehouses and railroad shops; actual value
* $2000; Investigate at once. R. G. WILKE,
26% Kearny : st. : : - '" *
A—s3 Coo;A — $3C00; CORNER saloon on water front with
4 years' lease; net -rent $90; prominent cor-
- r.er; . owner to take 1 command : of : • schooner
cause of sale. 6ee JR. G. WILKE. - 2«i4
\u25a0\u25a0 Kearny st. ": ''---. \u25a0.-..•;'- ; "-';'.'' \u25a0 '\u25a0'" •\u25a0-: / .'
A— JSSO: RESTAURANT and coffee parlors on
Ocean Boulevard : : rent $3S ; j lease -5 I years :
place clears above $168 per '>.. month. \u25a0 t R- G-
WILKE.: 26% Kearny st. ; "
A—sl6«W;A — $16«W; SALOON ; close Ito Taylor | and Mar-
ket sts.; net rent -5112; 4% years', lease;
. good business; Investigate; a bargain. R.
G. WILKE. 26% \u25a0 Kearny st. . . \u25a0 ."''.-\u25a0- |
A— s2ooo- SALOON with mercantile lunch In I
wholesale district; N of : Market St. ; place
established years; business first-class: owner
•to go to the country. See R. <G. WILKE,
26% Kearny Et. '*>\u25a0\u25a0' ' \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\ '-. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-.•";".
A— s7ooo; CORNER ealoon :in wholesale dls- I
\u25a0 tricf place clears' about ? ssoo per month: 7
years' -lease. Call R. G. WILKE, ; 26%
•" Kearny. St. : - . '\u25a0" •'. :-.' ! :' '-' -'-•.\u25a0\u25a0-"•\u25a0\u25a0.'" \u25a0\u25a0 : ' .'\u25a0'. : '" :
A—?1SOO;A — ?1SOO; CORNER saloon in wholesale) dls-
• trlct; kept by owner 8 years; must.be sold at
ence; owner to retire from' business; a first-
class paying place. Call on ' R- G. WILKE. \u25a0
'- ,20% Kearny. st ;: \u25a0 \u25a0".',:.\u25a0:;.-- -:^.~t- '•\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0'-"•. >\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 -'\u25a0 .1
A— s2loo; CORNER grocery < and bar; must .be j
cold;- owner to engage) in other .line of ibusl- J
.ness; full value of fine stock in sleht: :4% j
year lease; location, can't be • beat. : Call R.
G. WILKE.; 26% Kearny.- st. :\u25a0 !
A— slCsO; CORNER grocery and bar on Sacra- i
mento st_; Western Addition; 7 5- rooms;. 4 j
years' 'lease; place established years. Call R. i
G.- WILKE. 20% Kearny 5t. '...-;, - -' \u25a0'-.: . ,:. , j
CARPET-BE ATING : AND/ CLE AJVIiVG?
COMPRESSED; Air.and ; Vacuum ' Process' used ;
for' cleaning carpets on floor .without removal;
carpets and rugs ' alsoj cleaned '• by i compressed
"airs at shop; prices moderate.-;S. \u25a0 F. Com-
pressed - Air Cleaning : Company, . 308 Market
ri. Bt. : ' phone Main 152 and, Bush V 479. ; ,
WHEN I you : become disgusted | with I your work,
\u25a0 send for SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Works, 553-357 Tehama at. , Tel. | South 40.
WESTERN Carpet^ Cleaning Works, 1809; Har-
rison St.; iAI : cleaning, 3c. : FRED- HAGE-
DORN& CO. ; phone Mission 225.:
CARPETS clean., fit.*, lay.'- 530 G.G.ave. ;phone
East 19C5.*. • Star. • Ren.*; Co.', W;. Wagner, i Mgr.
CARPETS cleaned and laid, 8c a yard;"! KLEIN-
" I ' ; ERT. . 1520 Polk Bt. : phone East . 725. r> ; %, *" \u25a0•
CONKLIN'S - Superior X Carpet ' Beating \ Works,';
Golden < Gate aye. \u25a0 ft ' Larkin ; i phone : East ? 126.'
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.: 402 Sutter st. :
' - tel.; Main 394. GEO. ; WALCOM & CO., Props.
MITCHELL'S. ' 240 ; Fourteenth " St.— First-class
carpet cleaning,- Sc yard:j;' 4 Tei:vMisslon;74. .
RUDOLPH & CO.", carpet-beating works; prices
"" reasonable. 1703 Harrison st.: tel. .Mission 2t53.,
LACE * CURTAINS S AND 'BLANKETS.
BRANDT* S ~, New.f York \u25a0• Curtain : House; " most
.complete _ plant {or 'cleaning,, lace; curtains
\u25a0 and - blankets •': 1*24 'Fillmore;^ phone Pine
..:2622.-: -.-. --« : -'\u25a0;\u25a0' \u25a0,'"-^--. ; .-'.' \u25a0-:,::] .\u25a0-'-. .- .: .
NJiv^COL^'^
BAD ' tenants : ejected \u25a0 for I $4 ; \u25a0\u25a0 collections" made ;
\u25a0 city,- or.: country.'xPaclflo ' Collection '\u25a0 Co." ."415 :
C Montgomery '. st.; 1 , rooms 9-10. sf.Tel.-- Main 5580.'
'\u25a0\u25a0; bEWTISTS.V '.£'. -\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0 Z,'- ;'.'-;
DREXLER I PAINLESS | DENTAL = COMPANY. "
- ' \u25a0• Perfects painless ? dentistry fat Slowest, 1 prices.
B "Pull ! set of ; teeth. $2; -silver fillings,"- 25c ;- gold
'-\u25a0 ' fillings,^ $1 ;' gold : crowns,"- ; : bridge : work,- f $3/
. . 1104: Market > st." Comer,Turk.V;V. . - ;
A NEW : plate— The .Whalebone^-Cannot [ break ; '
,: : warranted. 2o yrs.;- crowns: s3 50; 'fillings ;socr
i:• plates, ': $s,*^ full " : set ; all ti work * painless i and '
. ; warranted.. Chicago Dental s Parlors,*J 24 Sixth. '
DR.? LUDLUM . HILL, > 1443 Market.^ nr.'illth—
:;. No i charge ' for '} extracting 'iwhen ;.plates ? are
\u25a0 made; " old 5 plates * made ' over ' like .\u25a0 ne w ; 3 teeth
": from ; f 8 ; per s set;? extracting; soc ; » gas .' given;", -f
FILLINGS, ." 2Sc ; and ; 50c; crowns, , $2.' ; NEW
',:\u25a0'\u25a0 YORK DENTISTS^ 9G9 Mission. ;: SE.T cor^ Cth.^
GOLD \u25a0; fllllngs.i7sc ; ' sll ver,% 35c ;l crowns,** $2, » n0
.. pain; ' op. Sun.Dr. A'iC.HewlU." 101% iGrant, ay:
dressmakers'andTseamstresses.-
NOTICE-rThei summer course^ of , ''chlc'-'i school '
s >of t dreasmaklng" and s deeTgning * at '< 132 j Geary,-
.-• frtreet will •. begin > Monday.; July; 10; -register
s,>no"V.- .'-..;\u25a0-.' : '\u25a0*:.: .'..."\u25a0:;-<---':\u25a0:;":>•: -V .'I
McDOWELL' Jj.; Dressmaking £8 and si Millinery
;.V School— Evct< class; pr^terns cut.*? 1 1 90 Markets
Accord ion," * sunburst? and § ltnifel pleating.*? Stew-
>5 art's i button " &] buttonhole , f actory, 1 ' 1 lOjTaylorTt
KEISTER' S » Ladies'/fcTallorirtg |! College.?- 12S1
jV- Market 6 st.V," Majestic jbuildlng.'; -:>
GET.; a -"chic" * cut to measure ''• Datt«rn ' at 132 ]
. "Geary Bt.' ' ' ' . .^SSSfe
Rooiniiss-Houses and Hotels lor Sale.
, • •\u25a0.--/•-- , MARION' [ GRIFFIN 1 , ,,'
970 — Market — St. — room — Sol. — -Eighth
floor;/— rnew..'—^-. Flood — Building — opposite,
-'The ; Emporium.' • ; — ; Phone '\u25a0 — 3ai.J — Modern
Business.. Methods. — -ROOMING -7 ana
APARTMENT."— Houses; —•' Abstracts — fur-.
nlshed."" All ' -*•"\u25a0 titles — •' guaranteed. .'.-:\u25a0
4th of July Special :No. 10
WANTED i- ->---\u25a0 A FARM
\u25a0 - 'T.. IN EXCHANGE .; \u25a0 ;
..: For*, a -beautifully ; fur-
nished •; central . house."
\u25a0 ; Located ;\u25a0 near • Powell and
- ' \u25a0\u25a0! Ellis,: "-•\u25a0 ' .*.
;:.-;- . , _ price $1800— - •;,:'.
\ FINE -FURNISHINGS.
\u25a0r ' ""•' - NEARLY .NEW.: • ,'•
" \u25a0-— Cost $3700— :••• . . . .' \u25a0 ; .:
.: - Lose on the , premises. .'\u25a0\u25a0-'.-'<
4th of . July , Special No. ;1. v
23 ' rooms f. at "a sacrifice.', V* - -'
Think, of .being able/ to buy- the furnishings
In a 23-room' house close to Market -St.- for, the
nominal price of . $1000. ?< The house . was fur-
nished about" 3 months ago. -. \u25a0 .-«
575. "v,-: ">-'•.•- .- : ::. '.-$75.-;' .. \u25a0' \u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0 . -*' 3 -
.Rent only $75 per. month and a lease on the
premises.- .... -\u25a0.^.".'\u25a0' r - :.-'•../. »~ r ; ; -'- : v;' > .- .' ' : -*< v
—MARION GRIFFIN— y
', :' . : /-:\u25a0 •!.- — 970-: Market \ St. — ".\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0 : ; '; \u25a0 '.'
- .:- —Opposite. "The Emporium. — :
,;-". 4th "of July Special No.' 2 : \
37 rooms '"': 37 rooms ,'..--
' i —On ELLIS St.—
: V •-, —Marble , steps— - '
Great mirrors tin halls. . ; -
: ;\u25a0\u25a0 - :. " - '-—The— - \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0' ' ' - \u25a0 :
' FINEST ' ; ENTRANCE
-"• — In "this?: city —
Extra ' well furnished. ' ,
' SPLENDID- LOCATION. , '
*;.;.: —Price $3500— - v .
- •\u25a0• .- Price ''s3soo. •",«;\u25a0"\u25a0 Vi cash. ... :
. \u25a0 -; .\u25a0'."' \u25a0;"\u25a0--. — It is- first-class — '. ."-'.-
.'-.-;.We; recommend* lt.":
" 4th of July . Special No. 3.
% 88 rooms on Sutter st.. near Leavenworth;:
"splendid sunny bay-windows rboth front- end
tback; furnishlngß cost $6010;' will sell ; for
$2500; terms % cash and : time to pay balance
from profit: in- the business. .
• T " .. —LONG ; LEASE— ,
— LO^V*" RENT-^ ;.: \u25a0
\u25a0: ; * ; rri ;. Newly painted " and . kalsoralfted.--" 1 - V ; . " "\u25a0'.-
'\u25a0' House In. good condition throughout.
There Is no better location in this' city.
I —MARION GRIFFIN— ;' : ;
970 Market St.: . - : Opposite The Emporium.
4th of July Special No. 4
.. - ; v -r42 roomB— ;. -
' •".\u25a0~ -.•.'\u25a0.\u25a0.:..\u25a0\u25a0. ; . \u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0':'. — 42 -» rooms— '"'.iX-*-' ' '\u25a0\u25a0
'..-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-.'— FINE CORNER— ' , '":-.'
>'•"- "; \u25a0";. \u25a0 * —on: Bush streot — '
A-.very; fine location.^:
"'\u25a0'"'' - , ' -. \u25a0 - \u0084-...'..- ;\u25a0'\u25a0- '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ». \u25a0 ' '-\u25a0-
=- - -*.. —Price. $1400 —
'— Price. only $1400—
Nice, respectable roomers.
The rent , Is . only 1 $135.' .'
MARION GRIFFIN.
4th of July. Special No. 5.
34 rooms. .-'\u25a0/:
DO YOU want a profitable house?
WOULD YOU like a corner?
WOULD YOU like it on Market St.? ;
WOULD YOU like a. lease on It?
WOULD YOU like $130 ' monthly profit?
WOULD YOU invest : . ' v . $20CO?
REMEMBER the ' price •is only $2000.
TERMS if : you \u25a0: deelre. • '-- '
The house la - clean. . Permanent roomers
And . offices. See '";..'. -..
MARION GRIFFIN.
4th of July Epecial, No. 6
'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 10 \u25a0/\u25a0:'\u25a0-.!•>\u25a0' 10 :•\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0 '- -:'io . ; \u25a0 : .;\u25a0
>\u25a0'..,-• 10 rooms -.10 >_ \u0084."..
.- \u25a0•'\u25a0- ?-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'• |Near the-StTFrancls Hotel •• -
; :-".ISJM - ( PRICE r , -.$3OO -
— $40 . per,; month "» profit — . . .." \ ,
•;': — $10 per. month profit— -
10 '•\u25a0 rooms on Mission st. .
:• —Price $400; $200 dwon— , 5 :-
'. :" \ And we • list ; y-o-u. \u25a0" -..'
'..'\u25a0"- $200 down; ; : payable $10 :.
;>'• a-t- ' monthly. \u0084: •\u25a0- \u25a0
- No work. All apartments. |
; Profit $35 ; monthly. ; .. !
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . ; See MARION GRIFFIN. | V,V' \u25a0..--•|
4th of July special No. 7. "
16: rooms. , . . :; : $80O."!
' . — 2 floors. 2 floors — , \u25a0 . - . . ;
. -. , , :. [Sunny slda of street.]
, r6D : J Monthly 'profit $52
"NEWLY kalsomined/ . : • .
NEWLY papered. , . •
NICE, cl*an and wholesome. "; - ... ?
Located 3 blocks of Market \u25a0 street: . ---'\u25a0', ;
$300 cash I and w-e lend " y-o-u - $800 payable :
- . $10 monthly.
.-'.,.- \u25a0 '-..;.• \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ' ' \u25a0
r . MARION GRIFFIN. ,- '
! ©70 Market, .' Opposite '.'Emporium.'.' ;
4th of July special No. 8. ..',-'
I-.-.jI -.-.j- - \u25a0 < — 62 rooms— ..-.\u25a0".. > ..,'-•"-.
1 , " $3500. ,- '. $3500 V:. ;
v v" —Profit $300 monthly—
DO YOU WANT a chance -
y yto put $300 -gold coin , ,*-,;
'•\u25a0-. ;;— ln "the bank? — :
HAVE YOU: the ability
to "run; a zblgr- downtown
-fi house as It" should be run?
IF YOU lIAVE a'farm to ,;•;-.\u25a0; W.
- \u0084 trade-or ....:. ' - ; '\u25a0
IF YOU- HAVE $1500 ' In
<---.=. cash ; the : deaK can : be ar- . •
\u25a0„ \u25a0 ranged by •. .: \u25a0' \u25a0
Marion; griffin,
'..:.\u25a0 :; . . ' 970 \ Market - et \u25a0\u25a0'":>• " \u25a0'*
-- \u25a0 \u25a0"'\u25a0'. '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 1 - — ;—-—i,; — - — i,- : - ;;-•-.;.; : •-\u25a0\u25a0:-..
4th 'of \u25a0 July special ; No." 9. ".
. '^.The ;' owner leaves: this*. city July \.7th. -.
20 : large > rooms;; monthly "profit v ,-$71::
PRICE $1400; ; will accept .ANY; OFFER" above
$750. .-' At whatever price '\u25a0 you ' buy it you need
only; pay .*% down and, WE: will loan 'you the
balanco . • . -,-."
\u25a0 • —To; be \u25a0 reapid : In— ' . ; - : . U
—$10 monthly installments— . . "
V,-. Think of the rent; only $3% per. room. -
-*' .' :. - ' : ;:. ~ \u25a0 .:: See .
MARION . GRIFFIN. '\u25a0] S ;"« .
'-':' :\u25a0 \\ LODGING-HOUSES v: FOR ? SALE. '-'-
A— CAMERON &CO " Phone' South 1050
-. S 1 Eddy V st.. i cor."; Market.- and; Powell. ;:
Headquarters for Rooming-houses, .Hotels F and
AH Kinds of Business Chances.' : ; • :
\u25a0 \u25a0'. 63 rooms, elegantly \ furnished ; \ new .and '\u25a0 up- \u25a0
. to-date ,- house ; \ fine,; centrals location ; \ furnished *
In : golden ; oak, mahogany, s birdeye >• maple ; | car- 1
.psta '"Moquef and • Axmlnsteri^cost:. slo,ooo 'to
furnish,; but if taken within next' few ; days the
price: will be f ?4SCO. , , - -, '- , _
\u25a0*v.7oi rooms; - modern, 'r up-to-date » i downtown'
house ; ; cheap rent ; - good - lease; " extra* good : fur-"
nlture i and \u25a0- carpets; a everything R InV first-class :
condition ; ' fine ; location ; : cl-ears* s2so , to f $300 per,
month : " on ; account's of /dissolution *of 1 partner-,"
ship, this ; house can be * had \at \u25a0 great ; bargain.* ? " r. •
iT 14* rooms iTclose^ in; -rent only; $75;; good; fur-./
nlture I and | carpets; £ clears -over < $50 and " leaves
. nlc« living 1 rooms .. for,* family ; X big j bargain I at '
$t>so. i : "' .-'.'J/iV-i \u25a0\u25a0-.-:.'.*•.- : ' 1..;' Zv -\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0%\u25a0;'.'-'
i: 63 : rooms, newly furnished,- close in' and very .
oentral; ! - : fln'e;bricks.building;t' elevator' and ? all:
: modern \u25a0' conveniences; !i the » price;" asked i Is " less
than half of . cost ' to ; furnish ; : $3000.' . ' ; ; v . \u25a0'.-\u25a0 ' :
}"! 106 ; rooms, -.elegantly : ' ' furnished ; "j: new ..and
modern ; throughout ; -.best > of : furniture.-; carpets
and \u25a0;\u25a0 draperles.C beautiful '.i bar,| and ** of flee te' on •
ground . flcpr V'all 7 full 1 and f clearing » big. ' money,'':
buf! sudden* Illness ' compels \ stile; twlllj trade :• for
ranch or residence 'property across bay. ;
. ,
;* 30 rooms. \u25a0 new.ty 1 furnished ; . close = in : 1 can - be'
: run 'el ther j transient » or \% roomers ; |
clearing. $150 per.' month,' above air .expenses; .
going out or;busincßs;= : : V.. "\u25a0\u25a0;-\u25a0; \u25a0•\u25a0 : -"-'\u25a0.
sy 40 h rooms ; £ good ij location ; '-^, w&ll "\ furnished ; J
. mostly,: men ; roomers ; Tclean ''and I good ; s rent ( onlyj
$125; s will * exbhange i tor.' smaller.} house.'g 10 1 to }
12) rooms; price $1000.; »,
.•:;'; 38 rtxjms; rent'only/s7o;'flne!iocatlori; :newly.
furnished and clearing $70 per, month and .have
LODGiNG^IIbuSES FOR SALE-— Con.
nice - living ' rooms; price $1050; will take $750
to get in.- . : \u25a0/.-\u25a0: ' : ;.;..-.' v .'\u25a0
-r~-. 'JO 3 rooms;; new, fine; . central '! location; well
furnished \u25a0: and \ paying /.well ; \u25a0 can . be » bought -at
•big I bargain," :rs owner jls ? leaving / city; : price
$1500, y just half cost . to furnish. ; ; . .
: '22 rooms; rent only $90; i good 'location; well,
furnished and pays anlce Income, but owing to
certain: circumstances will be sold .for $1150;
will take $400 to get in..
'.'". 16. rooms;,wfeH'furnlshed; corner house; cheap
rent; good, furniture 'and carpets;! you can buy
this forfaoe of ; mortgage or $950, as owner is
obliged^ to -leave city. ' ... " \u25a0 • >'
' "." \u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0k:- ' - \u25a0\u25a0' : --i; — -::\u25a0\u25a0':: \u25a0'" \u25a0
i 35.' rooms ; \u25a0\u25a0 nlce.v- central ..location;- rent -$150;
good furnlture'and carpets; fine money making
house; price $27C0.Ti- . .. : ,v ' : " ?
" .18 , rooms ; finely' located ; '.. good '• furniture and
carpets;' la paying. -well; will 'exchange for. lo
or; 12 room" house In good: condition.- -
''s'^-? '- .\u25a0: V: - '\u25a0 - : V \u25a0-\u25a0 -"\u25a0-;". ' -: - -.\u25a0
:'\u25a0 12 . rooms ; good location ; ' new." modern build-,
ing; ; rent • only •\u25a0 552 .60,'. water * free; well : fur-
nished ;-. now run - as -.- little :boardlng--house;
price. $650. .:'. : ' " .„ \u25a0 - :
14 , rooms ; - well : furnished. < downtown " house ;
mostly permanent men roomers; everything In
first-class ' condition ; : clearing ; $S0 - per month ;
fine proposition for some one;, price $1000. ;
\u25a0 - A . - CAM ERON , & CO. . - 8 EDDY ST.^ .
FAWCETT.& JOHNSON. 811 ' James Flood bidg
970 Market st.r Bth' floor: Opp.* The Emporium.
Rooming, and Apartment Houses.';"
• ' - "Exceptional . Bargains.-''..'"-*
; $50Ot-0 rms.;rent $37 60; clears J25 per mo."
; $600— 10 rms.; rent $47 60; clears $50 per mo:
' $1250— 14 rms. ; rent $70; clears $100 per mo.
$14C0— 24 rms. ; rent $100; clears $100 per mo.
I $2500- ; : -24 rms. ; rent $150; clears $180 per mo.
• \u25a0.' $1000-^26 rms. ;\u25a0 rent $105; clears $90 per mo.
$C 00 —29 r rms. ; rent \u25a0 $50; clears $60 ! per? mo.
$1500—30 rms;; rent $210; clears $160 per mo.
r $2500^30 rms.; rent $150; clears $100 per mo.
\u25a0; $2000^-32 rms.; rent $175; clears $100 per, mo.
\ $30C0-i3O rms.; rent $175; clears $130 per: mo.
: : $5000— 36 rms. ; rent $225; clears $200 per mo.
$3500—37 rms.; rent $225;. clears $175 per mo.'
- . $6000-^49 rms. ; rent $300; clears $250 per mo.
\u25a0 $4500^56 rms.; rent $225; clears $275 per mp.
" List your -Real Estate." Business or Personal
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:, :\u25a0 property with FA WCETT & JOHNSON.
BEST bargain and | greatest I value | for the dol-
r lars; you invest are to be found at. : *•-'
. SCHWEINHARD & CO.'S.
Rooming-House and Hotel Brokers,
" . ICOBHI Market st., opposite Fifth st.
FISHER & C0..:^.:". ....:.. ..R00ming Houses
•f.-i-? Jaß. : Flood 8idg. .... .Phone Main .3354.
; No connection *with: any other ; firm. -
'.' Sees them . In : their; new: office.: room 438.
$050 IF sold I this .week; house of •35 rooms; j 2
years' lease; rent. sso. • 649 Howard st.
CLAIin r OYANTS.
AA— '.\u25a0\u25a0 PROF. \u25a0\u25a0• NIBLO.
- PROF: NIBLO. r/-
' '. MY '• $S 'COMPLETE LIFE RBADINGS $1.
<i Greatest *S living ' ASTRO -»HEAD-TRANCB
CLAIRVOYANT of . the age;- adviser on busi-
ness and all affairs of life; tells your full name
and;what you called for, whom you will marry,
how to- control ; the ' one . you ; love, even - miles
away;; reunites the •- gives secret
powers to , control ; no long delays In \u25a0 waiting.
HOURS, 10 to 8 -DAILY AND SUNDAY.
\u25a0"\u25a0 997— MARKET 5T.— 997. '
Ntxt.door to Hale' s; big store, corner; of 6th.
PROF. NIBLO. '.-\u25a0.:'..
>''"*• PROF. ALEXANDER DELMAR, : ,
, The Greatest LlvinK '
CTairvoyant. Palmist: and Psychic Healer.'
> The Only Yogi Mediator '
r.t-.^-'Of Secret Influence .In .America.
\u25a0\u25a0 No " matter ' what your .troubles, sickness or^
desires may- be \u25a0 Prof. \u25a0« Delmar . will help you;
hi.-,' advice and help are always absolutely re-
liable; kind, honorable and confidential \u25a0 treat-
ment to all. Full life. $I.> Dally from 10 a. m.
to C p.- m. : 'Wednesday and ; Saturday- evenings
to 9; Sunday. 1 to 4: p. m: 412
PRINCESS EUGENIA,
TRANCE CLAIRVOYANT. ..
READINGS TO LADIES : ONLY. *- •
MY $3 COMPLETE LIFE READINGS. $1.
I HOURS— IO to. B, DAILY AND. SUNDAY.
- . 404 EDDY ST.— 4O4.
\u25a0\u25a0- PERMANENTLY. LOCATED IN HER OWN
HOME; PRIVATE: NO SIGN; RING BELL.
A— WILL return to city Thursday, July 1 6. \u25a0>. .
MISS M.WILLE, 310 Ellis St.— Clairvoyant,
' • crystal \ seer, oan .be consulted o_n. all ' aft alr3
of life; readings: $1. -':\u25a0,' ; \u25a0 "" .->--'\u25a0 . : .-
PRINCES.S EUGENIA, trance clairvoyant;
rpatllngs to ladles only; my $5 complete life
readings.-: $1; 404 Eddy st.;. permanently lo-
cated in her own home; private; no. sign; bell.
MME. -AUSTIN. ; Bpirltual f: business [ii. medium
- and life reader; consult this lady on business
of -"all • kinds/, love"- troubles," absent ' friends;
;-i Bhe has no equal. .856 Mission "St.. " \u25a0-'-
ISMAR, Eg}-ptian seeress. The -Vendome, 1104
Market St., San \u25a0 Francisco. Office hours— lo
a. m to 5 p. m.. 1 Sundays 10 to 12;-Wednes-
, day .evening 6to 8. Phone South 1141.
MISS ZEMDAR. young gifted clalr.and palm.;
reveals i hidden | secrets, love, \u25a0 buslness.> etc. ;
names ; >L. 50c, :G."sl. - 533 Golden Gate aye.
MME. JOSEPH, ; palmist 'and. life . reader, ot
Chicago; ' business,- speculations, • love:.; full
v readings-ladles 25c; genta 50c, 1221 Market.
MME. KRONENBERG, clairvoyant, card read-
er, palmist; '.when others -fall try ; me : • good
reading 25c;'no sign. - 102% 6th. nr. Mission."
\u25a0MME.; RAVENNA,' the marvelous clairvoyant,
- gives -names,: advice; In all affairs. s:4th st.
MME.' MAKSEAU, : card -. reader; L.^ 25c;i G.,
.50c;; 10 to 10. -. 1207 Market st..'. near Eighth.
MRS. E. . J. WILLIAMS \ spiritual adviser;
- none better. ln city. 110-Slxth st.. room 8.
MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader, has
'-\u25a0\u25a0--. removed -from : 103 Slxth^ st. to 954 Mission^]
SPIRITUALISM.
A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY.ibus. medium and
'•\u25a0life- reader!. 1200 Market, . r.; 10, Gait House.
W. "G KEEGAN' holds 'a ; test : seance 'every
night except Saturday : -lOc.i 14S Sixth st. :
EARLF.'S , eeance * Sun.'. . Wed.; .« 219 Eddy st. :
.readings.'-HotelHigglng. O'Farrell st.
\"\.~: ' \u25a0' -\u25a0 ':.'\u25a0 palmistry.;;: \u25a0:\u25a0,'•-'\u25a0.;
'A— RETURNED | H.'^Jerome j Fosselli; scientific I
, palmist.; b"l2 Mason, nr: Sutter: tel. Black seoB'|
\ \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:- -CUUE FOR RUPTURE. " j
DR.', PIERCES : Magnetic \u25a0 Elastic l Truss; • per-
,'.' feet 'retainer;'; positive ; cure;; book : free. 1 ' Re-
% moved Ato * 20fl , Kearny 'St.. room 307. .
: EDUCATIONAL., : -\' .,"';
A— THE \ LYCEUM,'.' an , accredited ; preparatory^
•\u25a0••\u25a0• school -for -university; law;- medical -colleges :'
rcf s. . '.;' Pres.' \u25a0; Jordan -or any,;: Stanford * prof. :
> summer session : begins June s.\Phelan bidg..
FICEE-r-One ; month ". of ; our ; analytic ; method fof
i_: Pi ttrShn" shorthand* to -demonstrate -our com-
; I'lete : and ..practical"!, method -\u25a0 of , teaching.
- Western -Business College.'' 12S1 ; Market, ;. S. . F. \u25a0
A— METROPOLITAN Bus. 1 Col. ; : Cal. B. C* stu-
H dentßiwith-us;-*stenographer3\tralned;'; posl-
•;tlon 3 secured."; 025 Golden Gate.' Webster & Co.
ENGINEERING^-Clvil,-:elec.'t mln..i mech. \ eur-'>
111 1 vey,'. assay. \ cyanide ; day.^ eve. ; est.t 1804.* Van
- .-\u25a0"- der.Nalllen: School." 113 Fulton, nr.. City Halt.
a— Gallagher:-: marsh s business : col-
•" -LEGE has : removed : to larger, quarters at 633
.;"- Markets at.; <best location- in city; 'catalogue.
'A— S. ';l F. BUS." College.^ 73B : Mission et:. gets
• positioh3,for graduates;! 160 good places since
i.' March ' 1. 7 Come and " see ; : us. •-.'-; . v ,:- : . v.'^-v; ";v
HEA LD' S School jof Mines and LEnglneering," 21
'.> Post 'St.,'. 5., F .: civil, mining.' electrical, steam ,
„ .': and ! gas \u25a0 engineering. « Send : for ; prospectus.^;
HEALD'R ' COLLEGE, ;24 -Post St."
.5; Established ? IS63; » largest -~ in": the v.Wert ; . an-
; .nual <j enrollment H looo: *- send i for :• circulars. -v .',
BOOKKEEPING.* 1 Eng.* ; ; math, etct r ; day : and
; *<* eve. : f : , lnd ividuaU Instr. H ; 805 - Larkin 5 st. --. Prof. *
fl-MT.tAii ßobinson." 4 ; formerly pres.'- Pac* Bus. Col.
: HINM AN' S .'ACADEMY,! a ' thorough 0 school ' of
£\u25a0 • dancing; all * branches.- 1412 Polk st.."; nr. CaL";
!"LESSONS?in occult "science;, * 10 ; to
! € tTER ': ROCKWELL.":' 315 VGolden j Gate . aye. *V
! IRVING ilnstitutei Institute School for Girls; 2120 Cal.st.;
I S:* fall": term 'begins '.Monday.- .-'August * 7, v J905.
jfc'l: EYEi; AXD 2VERVOUS^DISEASES:- '
'i HEADACHE,! chronic v?conBtlpation.*""j rheuma-
i >"V"t tlsm.'j diseases .of - the >• eye - and s' the * nervous .
;':; ': system *= Bpeedlly,\' cured." -^ DR.i SCHIRMAN,*
j ; IXO4 Market st:vrPom-12, ; bet."Mason & Taylor
j;..: \.;;;;'EMp]LbyMEivTFoFFiCES.y:' ;\u25a0,''
I GEORGE • M.i S AK AUYE^-Successorl to^George
\u25a0'J Aokl^ oldest and largest 'Japanese I and Chinese
f* employment ? of fle'e/* 42l " Post r «t ;'. phone *\u25a0 Bush '
\u25a0; '\u25a0'\u25a0} 13C : * promptlyj? f urnlshes^ all | kinds iof jhelp-tUr
UP-TO-DATE Japanese^Chlnese emp; office fur-]
M nlshes ? reliable i help '' o f Jf all % kinds i promptly:
X H.j S AIKIAC4OS I Post j st. ; -. tel. i Jamea 501; > , ?.,
: STAR',Employment?j Of flce^Rellable.'i' Japanese
IF and i Chinese - helpi furnished .with 's care.'AW."
pv KADOTA: .4C<) \u25a0 stJ; Jtel.'jMain»l7sl.*^*J tel.'j Main » 1751.*^*
A— ORPHEUM I Employment'? Office-^-Japanese-"}
fy- Chinese jhelp^|'-126s Powell ;st:;Hek- Main 's7s2.;
A— JAPANESE • -and \u25a0 " Chinese : help.
?y;YOSHY:j4IS! Stockton; 6t.;UelA Bush; SSO."!:;^
iFlnest f Japanese I help; i house; cleaning/ specialty ; \u25a0
£;€Geo.-|R;iKuniabe.> 317 j Mason ;;tel. v James 5251.-;
CHINESE ?and ?JaparieseAhelp • f estabJl 20 \u25a0 yea'rs.'t
VJTel.^Maln 1397.'-;BRApLEY ! & CO..' 640 CTay."
EMFLOraiENT' OFFlCES— Contlnned.
REMOVED ' from r4llr 411 % O'Farrell st. <to 1113
Clay St.— H >-. W.'-.? HONG'S Chinese . Employ-
..ment Office: best ,help> Tel. East 42t>.
JAPANESE. \u25a0 Chinese : help •of all kinds furn-
\u25a0 lshed; house cleaning. 70S Taylor; James 7Utt>.
RELIABLE ?Japanese-Chlnese Employment Of-.
flee: all kinds help.: 315 Stockton.' Main 51S8.
EMPLOYMENT A- WANTED— -FE-M ALE.
COMPETENT ; middle-aged nurse, city refer-
, ence, wishes situation.;. Phone Main 3425.
CAPABLE, practical nurse wishes care invalid
\u25a0 or: elderly; lady.-- /\u25a0 Phone Main 3423. _.
FRENCH '• and English cook. , best city refer-
-- ence. \u25a0 wishes ' sltuatlop: Phone Main 3423.
NURSE ; giri," best references, wishes the care
; of one child."-," Phone Main 3423.* . .
: NEAT," competent \u25a0 second girl.'' With best refer-
. 'ences.. wishes situation.' : Phone Main 3125. ' \u25a0
YOUNG „ lady, employed * short i hours \u25a0 desires
\u25a0'\u25a0'!'. worlt for, board;;good cook. Box 6313. Call.
YOUNG lady wishes dressmaking by the day.
I" Address 1910. Union st. v .-- - -- ; :. .-.'--. ' -
A LADY; wishes a position, as first-class cook:
:- best;- of references; wages $30 per month.
:»AddresaM.M.K.. -1205 Stockton -st. . .
A YOUNG woman with first child. ' whose
• mcther is an experienced nurse, wants a po-
Bitlon :as . wet nurse. - 1400 Irvine » st., cor.
Baker, South Berkeley. \u25a0
AN experienced lady wants, the care of one or
two children -;• from birth up;" large sunny
..ground; 1400 Irvine st., cor. Baker. South
Berkeley. ' ":
A" COMPETENT. Swedish cook - wishes a
steady place: American; cooking; no" house-
" work ; 5 years' reference ; $30 to $33. - 1233
, '.Mission st. ;*" phone Howard. 2933. _^
COMPETENT woman wishes laundry . work or
, cooking by the day. Apply 13 Hickory aye.;
bet. Fell and Oak sts.. near Franklin, or
..box 7417,' Ca11 -of flee. , .
A WOMAN 'wishes* 3 rooms, . unfurnished." In
; ; apartment-house in exchange for services: la
a good? cook and housekeeper. Box 6C53.
Call.otfice. '.'...
STENOGRAPHER— Competent male. -J stenoe-
- rapher desires evening work.- N.. box 2427,
j* Call office. : \u25a0 ' ' : "'~ ' --
A COMPETENT laundress wants work for
\u25a0 . Wednesday and Thursday. " 2 Address * 1463
'Fifteenth st. - :.: \u25a0:--.'\u25a0'\u25a0-'.
RESPECTABLE American woman wishes
light" housework or to take car* of child.
MRS. L., 1090 Valencia st. . * J : ..
A FRENCH lady, good cook, wishes position
to- do general : housework; good - references;
don't speak English/ 318 Kearny st. •-
A GIRL of 16 years -wants to take care . of
child and assist In light housework: Amerl-
can family^ only. Box 6035. Call office.
A * FRENCH-SWISS girl , wishes position as
-. ifoverness for children or do chamber work
and sewing. P. O. box 6. Belvedere. Cal.
SEAMSTRESS, ladiea' and children's plain
-. . sewing: -go out by the day. 154 Julian aye.
EMPI.OYMEXT AVANTED— MALE.
CARPENTER.' experienced mechanic, full /set
": of tools. ". wants situation to ' take . care of
\u25a0 buildings; city or country; -steady and relia-
ble: .Address box 6173. Call office. .' .
YOUNG bartender,;' good, sober and honest.
. speaJcs many languages." good references,
*' wants place.- Box 6312, Call office*- '
HONEST, steady young man wants any kind
of work after .7 p.m. for a few hours each
evening.; Box 6112. Call.
MARRIED ' man wants position ias > bartender
, . or : waiter. W. DELOW. 857 Howard st. .
YOUNG Japanese wants .' a position as -waiter
: or do .general work. ".".' SASAKI. "teI. 2831. . .
EXPERIENCED barber ' apprentice wUhes
place to finish ', trade." ; Box 6190. Call. : \u25a0 •
DRUGGIST, registered in Pennsylvania, wants
position; -expect to register here second Mon-
' day " of • present month - (meeting .of board);
- wages moderate, to be increased according to
ability and worth. Address box 6064. Call.
ENGINEER' wants position; . all round man;
will give $100 to the one getting me a -rood
position of i any kind. Address H. H.. Call
:; office,, Oakland. .- . " ,;,;
BOY wants a j job' aa errand boy. - Box 6334,
: Calfcofflce.- ' .\u25a0-:,--..
COACHMAN. ISnglishman. middle-aged, tnar-
, ried; seeks ' situation;- steady, sober, . ob'Uing;
• ' good written s references > from - England; or
- will take anyplace of trust; town or coun-
' try. ; Address C. -T.. box. 17, Richmond.
\u25a0 . Contra Costa County. : Cal.
A GERMAN, couple would , llk« position In
- country ; : man \u25a0 good , dairy and- poultry man,
also a . good hostler: s wife . a good - cook; or
would like to take charge ot a small private
place: good references. . 5.0.. 1427 Mission..
SITUATION wanted as gardener . and florist,
16 years' experience; under-glass roses a spe-
• clalty ; Al American Beauty ; grower; * sober,
good workman. Box 6225. Call.
WANTED-^-By schoolboy 12 -; years old, work
•'-'; during school vacation, from July B, to 'Au-
gust 14; good, reliable boy; willlnsr to learn.
; Box 6211.. Call office. -.--." ..
BUTLER or valet, dutiful, responsible, , Japa-
I nese.: wishes position; can perform excellent
duties; has several references. "KATSU, 6258
; Plne-Bt.--; ' ' \u25a0 .- . r . \u25a0-'..' .'\u25a0-\u25a0... - \u0084 ".-
A i TRUSTWORTHY elderly man wants posi-
tion- as barkeeper-or engineer:' city or coun-
try. Address JAMES HUNTER. 781',.M15-
. sion st. - \u25a0.-. '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -.;\u25a0"' - \u25a0' . .'• x-.-" „ : . .:
EXPERIENCED hotel, grocery or general por-'
'. ter.r Janitor ; or, handy man ..wants any era-
v ployment; city or country; competent - single
: ; man. 25. -Address box 6002. . Call offlc*.
A MAN of sterling qualities wishes position as
"\u25a0 . night - or., day - watchman for - large firm; no
bad. habits whatever; best references In city.
Box 7458. Call.;' ",.-"/ .„• "
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, 3H years, wishes
' responsible position. "- Eastern 'references;
• will, leave city. Box 6216. .Call. . \u25a0 \u25a0-"
YOUNG' German wishes : position* as . lunch
. waiter .or heliier for few hours dally. 939
-. Mission; st. V '\u25a0 . -; ".;.'.'.-.'.....• \u25a0;."':. '""-
WANTED — Position ' at ' any . kind of work : am
. temperate 'and .wllllns' to work. '•'- Address
. JOHN: FREDERICK. ; box r C2S4. Call.
STENOGRAPHER— Young man» residing s with
parents. 'College graduate, : desires a' position
', nsst«-no-rrapher> references. Box 6016,-Calk"
BOY : -wants •" a Dosi tion -as " errand : boy. Box
.- C 294. Call. rl\ .'..»'.;:\u25a0 '\u25a0_".'"-";.>"-• • '.;. .. /- '"
WAITER— First-class < Japanese \u25a0•' butler wishes
position in city or country; has good expert-
- ence and references. ' R." \u25a0 SUGUKI; 1 407, Post.
A ; YOUNG \u25a0\u25a0- German .wishes "Job as - porter ;In
.jsaloon. „_ Box \u25a0; 6271." -Call' office..'.^ ', , . - ;
"EXPERIENCED .candy,"- Ice cream and con-
'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 Tfectionerj"--man wants position. -.418 Third st.
: JAPANElSE^ experienced waiter wants position
'-"In; family; /.understands \u0084valet;: t wages - $3
i", 'week.' ."-'Address GEORGE OTHO. 609 Eighth
\u25a0 ;; st.,' Oakland. -"-.'. ' ;-;: • \u25a0• . - : , ' --'\u25a0..;
[JAPANESE., first-class cook;* wants position;
h speaks". English; wages $S and up; has best
-..'of. references."".; :.T.; 8. M., 28 Lewis place, bs-
X tween |. Satter ; and \u25a0 Post. >.- - ... ' . . -
BRIGHT "Japanese^ wishes situation as waiter
\u25a0*-and houseboy ln^a good family; prefers sum-
- . mer . house ; . good . references. . MORI. v 12108
'- Larkin st. . - :,- ' \u25a0.. ' .;.*-; \u0084..- -•\u25a0 -. \u0084 - -
A' GOOD Japanese couple -wish : positions, man
I : : as cook.~,wlfe'as waitress at table. 405 Post
t \u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0, St.; phone James 501. ;;'-.>--"j; ;'-.> --"j- \u25a0 .'.- "\u25a0\u25a0 _ ,
JAPANESE ! first-class \u25a0 cook wants position in-
\u25a0;-good*famlly:':has T good references. . Address
;-^F. K.'.'^ 1006 . Hyde < st. :"...-;-,-.-.: .' "--\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:_
AN. honest:;young /Japanese -.wishes a- position
'\u25a0\u25a0 ;to \ work Sln' a >• small , family; cooks ; s speaks
. English; very ..well: rM.'N.r; care 579 Post: Bt.:
JAPANESE^studant; wants" to'work .: as ': a
" schoolboy; i out ; : room: '<\u25a0 speaks . English well.'
> H.>S.TK.v;l3C9;Pine st. •. . . -
GOOJ> Japanese -boy: wants ; a position as cook
In the icity.ii 1329 Plnelst.-.iYOSHIAKA.V \u25a0:.\u25a0;>
GOOD ."\u25a0 Japanese ;S boy s ; wants * kitchen - * work,
i^ Phone Howard 2557. 455 Jessie st.
1 YOUNG , Chinese \u25a0. first-class : family ; cook ; wishes
r position ;,-J5O month: -city,' or "country. ' Call
r.-or.writeiYBANGQUONG.iOOG-Dupont st.
CHINESE stflrs^-ctasa?: cook 4 wants position ;li>
'." ;•- private '.family; wages ; S9 or, $10 week. ; AH
•;• FONG,' 37 r sWaverly, place.- : "
CHINESE. family cook wishes position; $50 per
:'. •\u25a0: month : ,i city :: ox/ country/ -", LEE ; KEY, - 805
-Pupont'. St.: "tel. China' 7oo.
-" ; financial; - •;*--.\u25a0\u25a0. .
' required " to i carry I out . novel . adver-
Y^tislngi method.'! ". Box; 19CO, - Call . office. , Oak-
. yland. .::."\u25a0 "--._• . v- . :'; '\u25a0..-; \u25a0;•\u25a0 ' ',_;. r -\u25a0"*. • . \u25a0 :r : : \u25a0»\u25a0
"" H X.a I ; r v ; ' Syniiira l" ' ; Certificates ' purchased :
: : '-: t o p ; p rl ces . ;.: ' ,\V . L, « H A R PE R. '.'\u25a0'\u25a0 Croe ker j bidg.
iWANTED- : -S2OCO -'at * reasonable ; rates." :, 11S2
•.-'Guerrero st.'^ : ' 'l ",.'..;\u25a0'\u25a0> \u25a0-• -'.-.': '-\' \u25a0'. "•; :.'-.' .
",'{\u25a0:\u25a0 FLATS \ FOR ; S ALE-f-FURXIS- HED." ,1 "-
FOR^sale-^— slsov,- flat : ;of ,: 5" rooms complete*
TJ rent; $20. 5 leillWaller st.-.'inear Stanyan.
PINE. 5 . 955-^-9;nicely,i furnished rooms;: rent $iO-^
v". no reasonable offer, refused.; Call after 11 a.m.'
FOR , sale^-Furnlshed flat. i 6 rooma.'' s46 Clay-]
FLATS v TO LET.
j AAA— COMPLETED LIST i OF HOUSES.
. FLATS.. apartmeEt and rooming houses; our
'renting departmeat is free to all; we caa
find- you a home in any part or the city:
\u25a0ask for no payment otner than your good
will"; we do not asfc you,ro buy or even look
at the goods; nse thin department freely;
you are more than welcome. • •
CORDES FURNITURE CO.. 245-259 Geary
; st , (on the 3>-suare). '\u0084 !___
STERLING FURNITURE COMPANY.
Every desirable vacant dwelling la listed la
cur renting department. Combined : lists from
25 of the largtrst agencies. s>aves a world oC
time and trouble.
Service is absolutely free.
: You ara not asked to buy or eren Ioo« at
1 furniture. "Welcome! * ' __
STERLING FURNITURE COMPANT.
1039 Market st. opposite McAllister.
A \u25a0 VISIT, to our free renting department will
help ycu to get Just the house or flat you ar**
looking for: you are perfectly welcome and
under no obligations. T. BRILLIANT FUR-
NITURE CO.. 333-340-342 Post st
NOE. 1050 and 1056. corner of Elizabeth — Fly»
and 6 rooms; convenient to Castro and Twen-
ty-fcurth \u25a0st car; all, modern, improvements;
rent reasonable. " -
A SUNNY corner: 6-room lower flat; basement;
half block from Market st. Castro or 13tJ»
. st. cars. 3947 17th st.. corner Hartford.
FOR rent— Elegant new 6-room flat. California
\u25a0 St., near Broderlck; will make special terms
to small , family. Address box 6227. ' Call.
COZY sunny Cats, middle and upper, 4-5 rooms,
bath yard. 82 Shotwell st. near Fourteenth;
$20 and $22 60. - -
SEVENTEENTH. 4094. near Market— Modera
flat; 6 sunny rooms: nswly tinted;- large*
garden: $27 80.
MODERN flat. 6 rooms and bath. IS9 Lander
St.. off Sixteenth, between Church and Do-
lores; $20. * ' -
MODERN flat; 3342% Sixteenth. «t, naar Do-
lores;" 5 roams aad bath; $20. .
MODERN flat. 3533 Twenty-fourth st. near
Church; 5 roc ma and bath: large lot; $20.
CASTRO. 421 — Unfurn. upper flat; •* or 3; every
room sunny;'* fine view; bath,, phone; cheap.
BAKER. 733-735. near . McAllister — Modera
flats; new; very gunny; 6-7 rooma; $30-$32 go.
YORK,' S3-1, near Twentieth — 5-room flat, mod-
. em. \u25a0 - ." - : ."\u25a0 • • : .-
SUNNY, modern flat; 5 rooms, batfi; 867 Gol-
d\u25a0 -•> en Gate \u25a0 aye., - opp. Jefferson sq. ; rent -$23.
$20 — FLAT 'of 6 sunny' rooms; bath, -gas aad
tubs. 173 Thirteenth at; adults. '*• •_
$23 — 263 Duboce aye., sear Market: bandsom»
\u25a0 flatr 8 large rooms and bath. - - -
$23 TO $47 50— Elegant, all sun., new 5-6-8 r. I
cor.* Sacramento and Ist aye.; open 1-4 p.m.
UPPER 7- room flat; sun every room; large gar-
den; can be seea 10 to 4. 2407 Pacific ava.
MODERN flats. 1933-1937 C-*FarreU st; ©and T
rooms, bath, basement, yard; rent reasonable.
o SUNKY rooms, bath. 887 Capp st, near
Twenty- fourth. -.-'\u25a0 -.
MISSION.. 1906 — Three sunny rooms, newly pa-
pered and painted; .to good tenant only lIP.
FI.AT — Five rooma and bath; $25. 363 Fred-
erlckst. \u25a0-\u25a0:.• " ' -•-*'\u25a0"
HILL. 527, . n«ar Castro— Upper flat; B rooms.
batht- sunny; reasonable.- ; .
$20 — NETW flat: 5 rooms aad bath. 1304 Turk
-st. corner Pierce. .
LOWER flat: 3 rooms, rnrnlahed" tor hoose-
keeplng. 1433 Stelner st .
$1S — SUNNY upper flat; 5 rooms and bath.
8336 Twenty-alxth st. near Capp.
$16 — 4 ROOMS and basement: bath. gaj. \u25a0 »ta-
tionary tubT. garden. 1431 Sanchez, nr. 2Sth.
CENTRALLY located flat & rooms, bath; mod-
erate. 1020 Sacramento st, above Powell.
FIVE large sunny rooms, bath, trays, etc; $19.
10188 Shotwell st \u25a0 -'-\u25a0 \u25a0
NEARLY new upper -flat 4 rooms and batX
to let: no .children. "B3B Tehama st' \u25a0
2 FLATS. 3 large sunny rooms; gas. 143 A
and 147 Fair Oaks st. near Twenty- second.
VALLEJO. 1220. bet LeaTenworth and Hyd»—
Very s'J-any flat: 5 rooms, bath; $*O. -.-.
i FtTRNITUHE WANTED.
"WE'LL GET YOUR BUSINESS."— "We pay
. the most money for furaittxre. carpet* ofSc*
fittings, merefcandisa aad houses. MARK J.
\u25a0 LEVY AUCTION CO., 1321 Marlsst st. \u25a0 Tn»-
tweea Btb and 10th. * Phono South 179.
HENRY . MAYER pays highest prices for far-
.ntture. carpets, etc. 732 Mission; tel. Bush 313.
Z. ABE LEVY. 1183 Market st/ phone Jessl*
. ? 761. pays cash aad buys everything.
FURNITURE FOB SALE.
ALMOST given away: unredeemed storage, pl-
anos A turn. Whltehead's Storage. 1636 Mitt.
HELP TV'A?fTED— FEMALE.
GIRLS to learn halrdr«s»lajr, manlcnrms. mac
sag*, etc.. from A to Z la 1 mo. for $3 ten
those entering bow; 7 positions to fill guaran-
teed at $10 per week up; day and •\u25bc•alas
class. College. 234 Poet st. room 17.
WANTED— GirIs to learn millinery Car tall; 2
seasons from start to finish ia 1 mo. for (13;
positions guaranteed $12 per -wlc up; learn
. now for Aug. positions. 5ch001.' 234 Postr.ia.
PACIFIC Halrdresslng ' School; whole- trade,
-.-.- manicuring, massage; positions $10 a w«ak
up; day and evening classes. 133 Powell st
"WANTED — Hairdressin* students; hairdress-
ing. manicuring' facial massage, scalp treat-
,\ ments. dermatology. - electrolysis aad chirop-
ody taught at Moler*s College; a«w location,
406. P0we11, near Post;. the most thoroughly
complete, college west of \u25a0 Chicago: special
terms now. MISS JESSIE M ACDON ALD.
Instructor.
WANTED— A large number of girls to fill dif-
ferent ' positions .at the best of wages too
. numerous to mention. -Business appointment*
make ' It obligatory to remain open most of
the day; call early. ' J. F. CROSETT &CO
,:33-i" Sutter st. .',.-'\u25a0 „• . . *.
WANTEIX— GirI to fill - and label sptce- caaiT
.steady position; • must . bo experienced. "Ap-
ply shipping department Great Amerlcaa Im-
portlng Tea Co.. 52- Maricet str city. *.
WANTED — Young" lady *who Is an . experienced
" dry, goods wrapper. -Apply between 9 and 11
;a.sm. at HALE BROS.' : \u0084 ,
MILLINERY -taught' ta 1 month, for $3; fall
claa3 forming now; positions .." goaraateed;
evening" school only. ;. 234. Post st, ,- room lft.
FINISHERS on ladles' "Jackets. I>. M. I>A-
.. VIDSON & C0..C2 First et .
WANTED — An experienced girl to tend candy
store. POWERS.' 1102 Valencia. ''.-.: :..-,,-
AN enjoyable profitable . outing; > pick . hops ia
- August : Particulars later. •• • , . -
WANTED— Women and girls to work : on fruit
- -„ at Foster »8r05.% Cannery. . Dtxoa, . from July ,
* 15 : . to September 1. ; Register names by mall
to Dlxon. . CaL > , .\u25a0. • . . .. ,
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS AND GIRLS
TO LEARN. STANDARD FACTORY, COR.
GOUGH AND GROVE STS. 5, *"
FOR ' enjoyable. - profitable spars '•> time * work.
' guaranteed reliable. - Address or call 1344
;,:. Market st. opp. Seventh. 9to 3.; '
WOMAN, not • too young, but - familiar .with
business methods . wanted : for a - responsibls
position; gectrrity necessary. -' Box 6300; Call.
\u25a0 WANTED— GirIs on sewing machines; run by
; 1 power: light . work ; good - pay. . NEVILLE &
!. CO.. 530- Davis st - -
SEWING " machine operators on . overalls; no
experience necessary." LEVI \u25a0 STRAUSS A
CO.: 32*4': Fremont «t.T MRy DAVIS. ::
Young* ..women l.; to:- learn telephone
operating; references .• required. -;- Applyi 218
•\u25a0" Bush -st..-. third .floor. '\u25a0 after -9 a.,m.
BAHBERS— Employment and Sappllea.
$6COO-^-FINEST- "^chalr ' barber shop \u25a0 In" ( Oa-
kland. iwl»h bathrooms, and an elegant dzar
store- well stocked ;: all for $6000: long lease-
' best location. COLEMAN.^ 311 James Flood
-..bulldlna. : -•>.:.:. . , ... \u25a0\u25a0.".....\u25a0\u25a0 •
BARBER shops. ; city . and country '« wanted -
have several Inquiries tor falr_ paying, shop* \u25a0
all l shops, that: can- stand thorough invesUga-
*~tion may arply. to I>. ; STOLTZ, 723 Market st.
FOR : sale— I Flrst-cla.'«e : 1-chalr country % barber '
shop; cause.* owner retiring; only, shop In
,' town. \u25a0 Address I or » call at 4301 .J 7 «t. San
-. Francisco. ; .- •- \u0084,: •- =' \u0084 - \u25a0 .-...- .-\u25a0 .' .
ISOO-H^hair I barber . shop for sale, in Oak-
" -land; ;§rood location; low rent;» well estab-
llsbed. -COLEMAN. ?,U \u25a0 Jamea; Flood Bidg.'
WANTEI>-^A first-class barber. Corner Twm.
ty-fourth = and > Douslaaa sts. -.- - / .-" ' /
FORi sale^-Ch<-a p. furniture of a 2-chalr bar-
.;:; ber , shop. • Call ; 744 r Focrth st ' "
BARBERS— 2-chair yhop in country "town foi
.sale; good sUn.I;;jIOO.DF.CKELM AN BROS.
ONE-CHAIR barber shop tor sale: $125- dolna
v good bu*lne a9 j a: HOEPTNEK. Auburni CaL
* 2^m? :W ,^L e , halr > arb^ r t shop - looted - to ' Mi*-
sion. bargain. t~ee Coleman^: 3ll Flood bidg.
A", GOOD r three-chair barber * shop for sate al
a sacrifice ; ; good location. Box ,7482!" Call.
aT £3 *£ d '*. cOOc 000 ' 1^ barber shops bought * and
.sold. See .COLEMAN. 311 James Field bk£:

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