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CARPENTERS. r^* 6*6 * nere, 2 carpenters, build dry sheds, lumber bottoms, trams etc., $3 50; 5 car- penters, build cottages', bunkhouses. $3 50, -**\u25a0« **sc; 4 carpenters, mine company, north. *i oO; 10 carpenters' helpers. $2 50; spoo.- teader. $75; 2 dogger* $U5; 2 riggers. $75; 5 ajcmen. $C 5; lumber pliers. 575; bridge carpenter. $3 50 long job. $1 25 fare. • MINERS. 4 miners. Lessen Co.. boss here, $90. 4 muckers, Laseen Co., boss here. $75. 10 miners, Quartz, Oregon $2 75. * FREE FARE. Le-borers and drillers. $60 and $67 50, boes here, Sarta Cruz, boat sails to-day, winter's job; 4 muckers, new mine, Alameda Co., *67 50; labcpere. drillers and teamsters, $60 and $67 50. free fare from Livermore; O etablemen. city, $C 0; harness cleaners, $60; Tuolurr.Tie County, 6 section men. $35 and found; Shasta Cour.ty. section hands. $2 25. .Oregon — Mill and woods, part free fare, eteady work, $2 to $4; 2 furnace men, $2 25. faxt 75c; 2 house carpenters 8 hours, $3 50; 10 quarry laborers. $2 to $2 25. near city; 5 laborer*, factory, $2, board anywhere. - PACIFIC CONTRACTORS' EMP.AGCY.qno.) WANTED— Special delivery boys. Apply be- tween 9 ar.d 11 a. m.. at HALE BROS.' CfcfcfcH beys wanted. Apply between 9 and 11 \u25a0%a. at HALE BROS.' _, "WANTED — Experienced wash goods salesman. Arply betwen 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' EXPERIENCED linen »a!e«ir.an wanted. Ap- ply betwen 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' WANTED — Experienced dcm€Btio salesman. Apply between 9 anl 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' Inc. . WANTED — Experienced drapery salesman. Apply betwen 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' WANTED — Young men to learn the dry goods business. Apply between 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE BROS.' WANTED — Young man to learn men's furnUh- '.r.£s. Apply between 9 and 11 a. m. at HALS BROS.' EXPERIEXCED Janitor, with local references aad local experienot. wanted. Apply be- tween fi and li s. ra. at HALE BROS.' WAXTED — At once. rood, live canvassers to represent v* throughout California; large commission* paid: complete outfit furnished free; good prospects for right party. For foil particular* ad4r«ss OREGON NURSERY CO.. 6alem. Ore. WANTED — Foreman laborer, $5 50 per filem. A competitive examination will be held for the fcbeve position at the Navy-yard, Mare Island, Oal., October 24, 1905. For further inrcrmatlon address "Commandant Navy- lard. Mare Island. Cal." WANTED — A carriage painter, striper and fin- isher. C. P. FINGER, San Mateo. ' PORTER. Apply ALT LILIENFELD & CO.. 2'U Kearny st MAN wanted familiar with systematic office »uvi bookkeeping work. Box 3665, Call office. BLACKSMITH finisher at O'BRIEN & SON'S, f£ Golden Gate aye. — Good cabinet-maker. Call at 12i Biuxom et EEPMAKER and elevator man. eSI Howard ttreeU BOYS wanted; rood wages. 607 Market st WANTED — Ncrth German union bartender; $4Ci-$5O found : age and ref a. Box 3672. Call. WANTED — Good man; must be a hustler. . Box 3671. Pali. i <r A BOY to run errands and assist in pressing on par.tg. 34 Minna St.. bet 4th and sth. WAXTED — Boys of 16 years and older. Ap- ply American Can Co.. 7th and Townsend. WANTED — Man to do light porter work and wa»h silver. Restaurant. 206 McAllister st. EOY wanted for errands la store. 33 Eddy street. WAXTED— Men to learn good trade; good pay vrkilf. learning; no night work. 310 Folsom. ACTIVE, trustworthy men of good address, capable of presenting the "New International Encyclopaedia"." People are interested and an opportunity is offered to make big money; previous experience not necessary; we train and f. i each man for the work assigned him, also burnish leads. Call or address, DODD, . MEAD & CO.. 545-549 Parrott building. S. F. WAXTED — Young man to learn manufactur- ing optical trade; one who has had experi- ence in jewelry trade preferred; references required. California Optical Co.. 205 Kearny. HEX end women to learn the barber trade in fc werks; tuition earned while learning; situ- ations guaranteed: colleges in all large cities. MOLERS SYSTEM COLLEGE. C 44 Clay st W'AXTETD — Laborers and mechanics to know thst Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, has a^.c^d 100 new rooms to the Denver House, 31.1 Third st ; 250 rooms, 25c to 50c per night. VENTED — Men to learn barber trade; new • m-ri-od; tuition earned while learning: posi- tion guaranteed after 8 weeks. GILLMAN*S BARBER COLLEGE, C 27 Clay st. TAlLORS— Coatmakers wanted for different places in the country. ARXSTEIN. SIMON 6 CO.. Market and Second st«. EXPERIEXCED operators on ladles' cloaks end suits; EtttOy work: highest wages paid. P. M. DAVIDSON & CO.. 62 First st . MEX and women to learn the barber trade: tuition free: positions guaranteed after 8 »eeks. S. F. Barber College. 741 A Howard. WAXTED— Men to fill 300 rooms at 20c per right; clothes closes, hair mattresses, elec- tric light in every room. 6SI Howard, nr. 3d. ERRAND boy war.t-?<l. 225»4 Montgomery aye. WANTED — Ojeterrnan and cook; $35 and boerfl. 51 TV. San Fernando St.. San Joee. \CAXTED — 12 house carpenter*; apply at once K. M. XIELSON. Martinez. Cal. ' FIRST-CLASS woodworker wanted In black- eniith Ehop; steady work. 1504 Folsom st EXPERIEXCED card writer watted; *tate age «x<i experience. Address box 0970. Call. DETECTIVES — Learn the business; money made learning. 604 Montgomery st., room 204. SAILORS and ordinary jeamen for all parts of the world et HERMAN'S, 27 Steuart st. 10,000 WORKINGMEN to buy our genuine anry shoet; all inspected. 105 Third et BAILORS and young men fgreen hands) for chip:-. HALLBERT. 517 Jackson st LABOR debt* collected; BUits. attachments. Law and Adjustment Co.. 49 2d st.. rm. 522. EB f £!OX atty.. c. a. Bullls, r.40. Phelan bid iTtgt Com. Geo. H. Thoroag Post. G. A. R. DAtTTEL wants ISOO men to buy Inspected Government fhop? at egl Sacramento et "R-IXCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third St.. nr. Mar- Vet— TOO rooms; 35c night; reading-rooms, . free bus ar.d baggage to and from ferry. A BRANCH orflce or The Call for the recep- tion of advertisements and subscriptions has t>een opened at lOCS Market Ft., opposite Fifih. O^en until 11 p. m. •\u25a0 HORSES A\D WAGO.VS. ~~ .AUCTION SALE OF HORSES, CATTLE, ETcT et WILLIAM SILVA'S ranch at Santa Rlta^ " Junction. Alameda County, Saturday Octo- ber 10, 1905, at 10 o'clock, rain or thine: One b*y home, ICOO pounds. 16H hands high elred by Derby Ash. flret dam by Dexter Prince, can trot s mile !n 2:40; on^ beauti- ful Iron grey team, perfectly mated; one beautiful her team, perfectly rr.atfd; 25 head of firet-clats work horse*, all gentle, broken to tames*; two 3-year-old mule*, well broken and good size: also one fine --year -old Dur- ham bull. 15 fli-st-ciaa? mlkli cowf, 9 iT-ye.ar- ©i<s heifers, :J5 head <-f hog-*, 2 carts, 3 s*ts double har?wi,B.na ell kin<ls of farm imple- ment*. Sold by orccr of Sllva Bros. J. M. HAKRY. auctioneer. NUMBER of horses just received from the rountry; broke; elngrie and double; all kinds ;- l&rge wd entail; cheap for cas-h. .164 "Golcen Gate aye. fECOXD-HAXU rubber-tire coupe, doctor's phaeton, canopy-top eurr*}'. Toomey road *-art. »-passenfrer wagonette; cheap, at iOo <;oldcn Gate ay«. O'BRIEN buggy fur fa!*; leather (op. rubfjer tires, pole and shaft?; doctor or business; cheap. Box 4943. Call. A— FOR «al«": *o«r good big younc mules; also a number of corses, -ill Fixth rt. , Vok *-lr — GfwxJ <3cllv««tj- wacon. Howard strg*-t. jvli.T?OX sale nf horse*, -^-ae^ns ;in<l Jiarn< .-bi» ! J%-y \V<^ng^J*y,nt' 11 a. in.. ' 027 Sixth wt. 1275 — FTXC rubber-tire V'ktcila. . the latest rtyl«-; alrticet new. 1503 Folfqtii ft. |jj^) — BIG 12-i'oot platform wagon, good ror .'! . t-txe: one good butcher cart. ifICS Folsom st HOUSES TO LET. A PRINTED list of houses to let; send for cir- cular. G. H. UMI3SEN & CO., 20 Montgmy. $3r> — .VROOM houses; newly renovated; 614- CIR Grove bt.. near Laguna. HAIGHT. 401 California st MARY, 20. near Fifth and Mission — House of 7 rooms, double parlors; rent cheap. HOTELS. HOTEL, St Nicholas, Market, Larkin, Hayes Ets. — Heart of S. F.; modern; American and European plans; electric lights and phone every room; hot and cold water; quiet. , '\u25a0 INVALID CHAIRS. ', SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of the Eamfs tricycle chair. 2018 Mkt; tel. Park 775 JAPANESE __ JAPANESE contract labor for farming, wood- chopping, tree pruning or any work: e9tab. * 5 i its. Mateumoto & Co.. box 125. Alvarado, Cal. i LOST AND FOUND. i — ; * $1000 FOR return of customers' watches taken from 14 Poet st. ; no questions asked. F. H. McCONNELL. : ' <» • LOST — At Misslon-st wharf. Wednesday after- noon, lady's black leather hand bag, contain- Ir.g gold watch money and other valuables. Finder will please return to C. ZOLINSKY. 400 Market st., and receive reward. LOST — A pass book with the Hibernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco In tne name of CARMEN F. DE FARINAS, No. C9B-Sll. The finder will please return to bank. LOST— A peas' book with the Hlbernta Sav- ings and Loan Society of San Francisco In the name of Mary or Thomas Mackey, No. 110-495. The finder will please return to bank. LOST— A passbook with the Union Trust Com- pany of San Francisco In the name of SIM A STERN; No. 28782. Finder please re- turn to bank. LOST — September 30, 1905. a pair of spec- tacles, near New Montgomery and Market cts. Return to ISI4 Pacific aye.. Alameda; $2 CO reward. * LOST — Gold watch, engraving F. O. L., and an Elks' fob engraved J. A. L. Finder please return to 2000 Fell st; reward. LOST — A passbook with the Mutual Savings Bank; No. 20465. Finder please return to \u25a0 bank. • ~ LOST — Sunday; 2 English setters; black and white dog; lemon and white bitch; reward. 1015 Saotwell tt LOST — On Market st, bet Jones st and the Emporium, a'gold watch with Initials G. V. ; reward, as It Is a keepsake. 1707 Harrison. LOST — On Hayes st. bet Larkln and Frank- lin, purse containing Jewelry and heirlooms; reward. 1207 Market st. ' LOST — Lady's gold watch, initials S. S., dia- mond setting: liberal reward. 1335 Mason st LOST — Boeton terrier dog; brindle. with whitt markings. Return to 2342 Broadway; reward. LOST — Small diamond ring on Kearny st.. bet Post and Market; reward. 16 Grove st. LOST— Boeton terrier dog; brindle with white markings. Return to 2342 Broadway; reward. LOST — Sunday, a wreath pin of forget-me-nots and diamonds. Return 2524 Washington ; rwd. LAUNCHES FOR HIRE. C A. McNEILL LAUNCH CO., foot of Clay rt.. for pleasure and business; tel. Bush 534. MISCELLANEOUS — FOR SALE. ' H. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO.. Office and Salesroom, 130 Beale st. Works and Yards, Ninth and Bryant sts. We have a brand new lot of pipe complete, ready for Immediate delivery. %-lnch pipe.... $3 25 per hundred feet (new) »»-inch pipe $3 85 per hundred feet (new) .1-lnch pipe.... $5 70 per hundred feet (new) Hi -inch pipe $7 60 per hundred feet (newi I^-Inch pipe $S 90 per hundred feet (new) 2-lnch pipe... $11 85 per hundred feet (new) 2%-In. screw pipe (2d hd); ready for uee.lOc o-in. screw pipe (2d hd); ready for use. 12 Ho SV4-in. screw pipe <2d hd); ready for use. 15c i 4-itw .screw. pipe (2d hd); ready for use.lOc Rend by check, money order or coin by W.F. Express Co. with order. . i . . , H. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO.. Office 130 Beale et "Reference — Any bank, banker or publication. 2d-HAND machinery, engines, boilers, pumps, pulleys, charting, etc., etc., bought, sold, rented and exchanged; see Sunday papers. H. S. WHITE MACHY. CO".. 130-132 Beale st. A RESPONSIBLE credit company has made arrangement* with all tne leading merchant tailors to dispose of their misfit and uncalled for garments. The same to be had on credit on Email weekly or monthly payments. Trunks, grips and suit cases on the same _tennß. Stockton Street Credit Co., 21 Stock- ton st, near Market second floor. BOILERS, engines. 2d-hand machinery. McIN- TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-137 Fremont Bt A.N easy way to buy diamonds, .watches. Jew- elry, cut glass and clocks, without paying ppot cash, at etrictly cash prices, Is by trad- ing at the Regent Jewelry Store, Dept C. 4 Stockton st, near Market Send postal for illustrated catalogue. . - FOR sale — New and second-hand billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent tables with privilege of buying; modern bar fix- tures; cheap prices. BRUNSWICK-BALKE- COLLENDER, 625 Mission st, S. F. A— BUYS, sells and rente gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW.. 336 Main tf .-..\u25a0\u25a0 MACHINERY, boilers and engines bought, sold and exchanged ; power plants In their entirety bought. Western Mhy. Co.. 230 Main. 14-K gold fountain pens. 50c: Sheffield hollow- ground razors. 50c; gelling out our cutlery & stationery dept SUNSET BAZAAR. 42 3d st. A — GENTS' full dress suits to rent. J. COOPER. 21 Stockton et, second floor. GENUINE bullterrier puppies for sale. 2012 Filbert st - '" -\u25a0 A MACHINIST'S lathe, 8 ft. bed, 12- Inch \u25a0wing. F. THOMS. 1139 Mission St.. S. F. • - A 54-FT. round tent for sale; cheap. P. THOMS. HSfl Mltelon gt.;S. F. .- DUCK club membership for sale; Sulsun ma-TEhes. Box 5000. Call office. DESKS and office furniture bought sold and exchanged. T. D. MCCARTHY, 807 Mission. E. C. HUGHES— Printer, 511 Sansome St., San Francisco. \u25a0 SOLID silver tea «et, 5 pieces, at a bargain. 10 Sixth et. ...... ..-' - NEW and Bltghtly used launches. Cal. Launch Worke. Blanding aye,. Alameda. LARGE show tent in good condition. W. A. PLUMMER, ill Clay st. BOOKS bought and sold. KING'S Old Book Store. 61 McAllister St., • near Market MILES of pipe and fitting?, all sizes, cheap. EUGENE RILEY & SONS, 109 Vallejo «t. TWO merry-go-rounds; one miniature railway. BACIGALUPI, SCS Kearny gt, HIGH grade iecond-hand office safe and wagon scale. PARCELLS SAFE CO., 216 Callfornla. SAFES— New and second-hand. THE ' HER- MANN SAFE CO., 417-27 Sacramento st MOVING pictures, magic lanterns,, sale, rental: bargains. BULLARD & BRECK, 131 Post st . ' MISCELLANEOUS "WANTS. AAAAA— Highest prices for ladles' gents' east- off clothing. Tel. Davis 525. 650 Sacramento. HIGHEST prices for ladles' and gents' cafltoff clothing. Tel. Howard 1187; 154 Ninth st. DIAMONDS, etc. bought for cash. Karl Eber & Co.. 400-401 Adams bldg.. 20tf Kearny st. ; MEDICAL. DR. G W. O'DONNELL— LadIes, all who are elck or In trouble, consult this specialist on female complaints: ' positively corrected; the unfortunate helped; the . most . difficult cases treated; every case taken; Immediate relief- r.o ' poisoning drugs; low fees;\ my "methods will cure alj cases of irregularity; consult n:e: *aye time and money; advice free. Office 101S Market *»t: hours 9 a.. m. till a p. m.» t MRS. DR.* WYETH, epeelallst for all female complaints and irregularities; . Instant - relief guaranteed: 30 years' experience. o*4. Post st. MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for. all fe- male troubles and irregularities; instant re- . lief guaranteed. Office hours 9 to P. Sunday 10 to 2. 1002^4 Market st. opposite Fifth. VALPEAU'S femaie pills; best regulating pills fold; 'price $2 50. by express.- Pasteur's syr- inge and tablets; : price $5: By express only, . on recelut of, price. OSGOOD BROTHEUS.. wholesale druggists, Seventh and Broadway. Oakland. \u25a0". ; "-',-"- * , ."E. M." — Woman's epedflcT cures lrregularl- . tle3 In three days; $1 25; sin plain wrapper - fey .'express.*' Century .'Remedy Co., -405 Mnnurnrrmrv •>\u2666 THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, , THU RSD A Y, .OCTOBER . o, 1905: WOMEN'S diseases and lrregularltl-es cured* ln 24 hours; 10 years' experience without a fail-; ure; no trifling: strictly private; elite patron- age only. D». Sylvester's, of flce,*l2o6 Market.' DRS. GOODWIN'S herb treatment; safe, prompt fcr female "Irregularities; relief or no fee; $10; hrs. 9-8." S5O Mkt,, 6t, suite 37. DR. C. C. O'DONNELL^-OfHce and residence 1021% Market 'st. bet. 6th and 7th; particu- lar attention paid to diseases of women. A—MRS. DR. GWYER. 011 A Leavenworth st. . bet. Geary and O'F^rell. Phone East 697.:: DR. and MRS. , DA VIES and Hindoo Herbs; original method of - treatment. . 1126 , Market A — DR. HOWARD; ladles. ' relief or no fee; $10; hours 9-9. 006 Market st v DR. ROSEX, residence 2995 Folsom st, corner Twenty-sixth; ladles, relief or no fee; $10. ;-:\u25a0' MONEY TO LOAN. AAA— HERMAN MURPHY. """ " 601-602-603 Examiner Building. Quick settlements; no dleappointments. \u25a0 Save 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 confidential. When you need money See HERMAN MURPHY. . WILL LOAN .. .. reasonable' amount on let 2d or 8d Mortgages on real estate In city, town or country." \u25a0-: : *" I Uw rate of Interest '. '.. _ Give full particulars 'of property. Location, etc. Box 223. .Call office, V ANY salaried employe j or wage earner can GET JUST ON HIS NOTE: Mo. Semi-Mo. Week. $50— Return to us .....$lB 35 or $6 60 or $3 85 30^ — Return to ua ..... 800 or 400or• 2 00 20— Return to u» 6 85 or 2 65 or 185 15— Return to us ..... 4 00 or 200 or 100 •Or any other eura and pay back in proportion. THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. 600 RUlto bldg.; New Montgomery and Mission sts. . AAAA— UNITED LOAN AND TRUST CO., 21 Stockton st, near Market 2d floor. \u25a0 Loans made to salaried people /without any publicity or other inconvenience on their notes. Loans on Teal estate In probate; life insurance policies, estates, second mort- gages, assignments of rents, etc. A GOOD, responsible place to borrow money at 1 per cent on your diamonds, watches and jewelry or other valuables is : the Portland Jewelry Co., 25 Stockton st. near Market All pledges etored on the premises In our own buntlar and fire proof safe deposit -vaults. We are the only loan , office In this city using their own vaults. ..<\u25a0\u25a0.. - : - SALARY LOANS — " - Money loaned salaried people without secur- ity or indorsement, knowledge of employer or any one; confidential and courteous treatment: call and get terms. Drake. 453 Parrott bldg. HIGHLY respectable private" place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds,- Jewelry, at 1 per cent interest- Baldwin Jewelry Store, 978 Market St., tel. Main 1644. Branch 1192 Market st. and 27 Third Bt » ANY amount quickly on furniture or piano without removal or other security ; lowest rates; no commission;: confidential. 506-7 Donohoe bldg., 8 Taylor st, corner Market. MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer- chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without security; easy payments; large business lv 40 principal cities. TOLMAN, 553 Parrott bldg. A— Lowest rates on real estate, \u25a0 Ist or 2d mort- gages, life Insurance, or on any security, any amount O. W. BECKER, 36 Geary, room 36. MONEY. MONEY. MONEY. • .-. " ~ Any proposition, 49 2d st, Wells-Fargo Ex- press bldg. Wage-Earners Invt. & Loan Co. ALVA Co. (The) loans money to salaried people without security; good terms and easy pay- ments; also on other security. 507 .F100d bldg. ORIGINAL Uncle Bill — If you look tor lowest rate of interest and square deal; Old Flood bldg.. 809 Market cor 4th. BUlte 1, est 1868. MONEY to loan at a low rate of Interest; gold, sliver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought at W. J. HESTHAL'S, 10 Sixth st SA LARIED people without ' : security ; also jon furn.. estates In probate, life ins. policies, etc. \u25a0 Empire Loan & Invest Co., 612 Parrott bldg. ANY amount, real estate or other, security; $100 up. W. J. WHITE. 26 Montgomery, r. 8. LOANS — Salaried people; "confidential"; 2 per cent: chattels, etc. . 456 Montgomery, r. 618. DON'T borrow money on salary until l you see us. Hutton Credit Co.. 012- Mutual Bank bldg. ALL loans on diamonds & jewelry at 2 per cent mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank, 538 Kearny. McGARVIE & C 0. ,720 Market st, loans money, 65 to 80 per cent of valuation of property. CASH loaned salaried people on notes without indorser. MORRELL, 609 Examiner bldg. . aUTSICAL INSTRUMENTS. _ A NUMBER OF UPRIGHT^BARGAINS. English upright, for practice, $55. French upriEht, a little better, $65. : Also a Chlckerlng, . Voee, Sterling, Curtas, Smith & Barnes, Mozart Neuman, from- $145. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON, 16 O'Farrell st OUR large and Increasing renting business en- ables us to rent the best pianos in the city for $2 50 and $3 per month, some at $2;: one year's rental allowed If piano Is purchased. SCOTT-CURTAZ PIANO CO.. 560-64 Hayes. WILL sell my Interest In piano; must leave city this week;have paid $150. Box 3062, Call. A BTEINWAY. In good condition. $65. Call at 584 Valencia st. ELEGANT uprights, new, .2d-hand. $40-$5OO. PIERCERS Piano Factory. Market and 14th. CHICKERING upright. $165. 237 Geary Bt Upright Vose & Knabe, 2-hand; bargain; cheap. eßt place to rent. Hornung, 216 McAllister. ALMOST given away; unredeemed storage pi- anos, furn. Whitehead's storage,' 1636 Mrkt SOHMEfR. Byron Mauzy pianos. Ceclllan piano /player. BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post Bt NEW. upright -pianos sold on $5 -monthly pay- ments. SCHMITZ & CO.. 18 McAllister st. 3-PEDAL Etelnway up; Chlckerlng baby grand. fihonlnger little used. Keeffe's. 285 O'Farrell. ; ; / , MUSEUMS. ' ' DR. LIEBIG STAFF Free Museum of Anatomy moved to. 1023 Market st, near Sixth. \u25a0 OFFICES AND STORES TO LET. TO lease — 20,000 square feet; finest building* In city; "street frontages; splendidly lighted; centrally located;-- all conveniences;' -as.a whole or in any size required ; low rates. HUOH KEEN AN CONSTRUCTION CO., 30 Jessie et, San Francisco, Cal.' - '. 2 SHOPS, suitable : for any kind mechanical business. C. J. BARRON, 1219 Market st. STORE to rent. 1430 Market st, opposite Sev- . enth; rent $125. \u25a0 .;-' - '\u25a0 '.'-. \u25a0 \-; . ' NICE gunny offices, overlooking Market; grand , display windows, a The Metropole, 1 6 Turk st. 1/2, 8 or 6 OFFICES; grand corner; $20 each; 1 furnished, $25. 6 O'Farrell st. \u25a0;-', )\u25a0\u25a0 .-..-.- = PHYSICIANS / AND SURGEONS. REMOVED — DR. WONG ': HIM, herb doctor. treats all \u25a0 diseases of the - human ~ body; for past four years at 116-117; Mason st, now 10-' i cated at. 667 Geary st, near Leavenworth:: J WONG WOO,' the famous herb doctor— All dls- . eases cured by Chinese herbs. 746-S Clay st PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING. ROOMS : papered.': $3 50' up: 75,000 rolls wallpa- per, 5c up. Hartmann Paint Co., 319. Third. '\u25a0 PATENTS. V< INVENTIONS patented;" U.- 8. : and 7 foreign; patent law.' F. P. MEDINA, ; 532 Market , st. DR MOORE'S Scientific Hair Restorer; he will challenge the world? to ;!• produce Its ; equal; shipped to all -parts of world.'; 382 O'Farreli.- gl "and $2 50 size bottles; taka no substitute. RAG ca rpets wove j to : order; and j for, sale ; * also I chenllle-wove \u25a0 rugs,? silk i portiers ; | dealer i in ; carpet twine <in < hank *or ' chain, s. at lowest rates. Geo. ; Matthews. 709 Fifth St.; Oakland v AT less than cost; uncalled for suits,' overcoats . and troueers at CHARLES LYONS'.* Londoa . Tailor. .721 Market sf .Y^?''- .'-v-'--: :;-•; STAR hair remedy, tonic,' restores color, : cures dandruff,' 6tops falling;, druggists, hair dress- - ers. Star Remedy, Co.. - 821 \u25a0 Polk st. - '- OLD picture framea refinlshed like, new; -reason-'' able. ' California ; Decorating j Co.,' 200 sth > st ; SUITS to order on Installments of $1 per weeK. NEUHAUS & CO.. the tailor* 729 Market -st. MISB UNDERWOOD, electric needle" special- lut. 814Sutter rt. \u25a0 Phone; East :S646.— . -y - h BRAND;' new \u25a0 tailor-made; men's a suits, - co«t $20. for $9 75. 440 Bush; nr.; California Hotel. $1 A-WEEK;; suits 'to order, $15 up. 1 , LEMOS. 1127 Market, «t.;^bet.j Seventh? and -Eighth.' .: ;\u25a0 MASQUERADE . costumes, .-: play ' books,'-;" wigs; f iTi:mrw aklom nni.DSTEIN & CO.: 733 Mkt. PEUS ONAL S-— C^t Jtouejjlj^^J^ \u2666 • » "VICTORY OVER' DISEASES." •- • "REXRADIO'S" ". C-U-R-E-D ::, PATIENT, : E. Engleke. -pioneer, San Francisco > Editor o< 40 i years ago, now of CAL." \ DEM- OKRAT testifies:— "After 20 : years of ex- • cruciating, disabling, crippling RHEUM A- , TISM. 1 1 was WHOLLY and PERMANENT-'-. . .: \u25a0' LYr . cured ->, by \u25a0'« Rexradio' s •> O-N-E '"; drugless j treatment, and have > been 1 entirely free ; from all old ; symptoms for SIXTY \u25a0 DAYS, and still am able to work hard, -~ RUN and LEAP ; like an ; athlete; PERMANENTLY cured. Ot my numerous friends, who, iby my \u25a0:\u25a0-' advice, have , been .to ;Rexradio. all. without I exception, I were wonderfully ;; and successful- • ly \u25a0 treated, " and are loud -In r hia " praise. '- I i can : introduce you : to . many thankful patient* who suffered severely and long from PARALYSIS, anchylosis, FITS, lumbago, chronic and ; Inflammatory ; RHEUMATISM, * cancer, total DEAFNESS, dropsy, eta As a public DUTY to the: sick I will > receive alb CALLERS and answer '-i all ; ! LETTERS containing a stamped envelope. -<9 Rexradia Is T-H-E healer of the century." • E. En- ' gleke. CaL Demokrat offices. 51 Third at. -. . "REXRADIO'S" THANKFUL,;, restored pa- \u25a0 tienta will attend •' the offices . this i week to meet and converse with inquirers; CALL and SEE them, and - WITNESS s the", con- stant cures made in the ever;; CROWDED offices; also READ the stacks of wonder- ful testimonials: TEN YEARS treating,, the ' sick In S. F. ; . 14,000 successful treatments the past year: A FREE SAMPLE lof tha (drugless) healing power given to each visi- tor.: Consultation free. .W-H-Y BE SICK! ! Hours 2to 6. 509 Kearny st : - \u25a0 I REAL ESTATE— CITY— FOR SALE. | \u25a0 AUCTION ; :V/ "\u25a0'' r > J j : • AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION I AUCTION \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 : '\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0- ' AUCTION - \u25a0 , . ! Of residence. Investment and unimproved prop- erties will be held at our salesroom, 20 Mont- gomery st, Tuesday, October 10, 1905, at 12 o'clock noon. REFEREE BALE. 241 Shipley st, SE. line, bet sth and 6th; j cottage of 5 rooms ; lot 20x75. HAIGHT-ST. CORNER. : 538-87 Halght St., SE. cor. Stelner;.«tor*. 3 flats of 6 rooms each and 2 dwellings of 8 j rooms and bath each; rents $176 per month; lot 56:3x72.' \u25a0'\u25a0 •-\u25a0 \u25a0-.--\u25a0 \u25a0 ' ' ; ' '-- : BUSH-ST. CORNER. . 2800-4 Bush st, NW. cor. Baker; 8 desirable flats of 6-7 rooms and bath; rents $90 per mo.; lot 35x37:6. ' v CHOICE MISSION RESIDENCE. 2417 Howard st, east line, "bet 20th and 21st ; a well built residence of 14 rooms and bath; lot 84x122:6. LANGTON-ST. INVESTMENT. 219-225 Langton st. NE. line, bet Harrison and Bryant; 4 2-story dwellings of 4 rooms each In front and 8 dwellings in rear; /rents $57 per mo.; lot 60x80. TWEN TY-THIRD-ST. CORNE R. v BE. cor. 23d and Castro sts. ; a choice build- ing lot 26:6x105; bank mortgage of $1000 at 6 percent can remain/ . - ' . , " M. K. HARNISH ESTATE. > . . : Executor Bale. » SE. cor, 10th aye. and X st ; store and dwell- ing; lot 82:6x100. * . REFEREE SALE. Gift map No. 1. lots 246. 247. 249, 251.' 253. 255. .- ' .- -\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 i Gift map No. 2, lots 269 fo 274. Inc.; lots 877, 579. 581, 583; lots 602, 623, 630, 632 Mots 690, 662 to 698; Inc.; IoU 749 to 755, 1nc.. \57. 759, 761, 763. Gift map No. 8. lots 1382, 1386. Gift map No. 4, lots 875. 876. Holiday map A, lots 105 to 108, mc; also lot 147. SYNDICATE FIRST ADDITION. Block A, lots 31 to 34, inc. SAN FRANCISCO HOMESTEAD AND RAIL- ROAD ASSOCIATION. ~ Block 1021, lot 17. '\u0084'• For catalogue and further particulars apply at our office. .' \u25a0 • G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. ! "\u25a0:'.-. 20 Montgomery st i Mao of Peninsula, Showing the Bay' Shore Cut-off to Burling"ame now being built by S. P. R. R. : The beautiful tract of land formerly owned by the - Sharon - estate at . Burllngame has been placed in our hands : for ; sale ; It Is the best money can buy; heretofore only the rich could buy land In that charming suburb. Get In quick; 175 lots sold this month at Burllngame. . . : \u25a0 \u25a0-..-. \u25a0:• ; Don't wait for the Bay Shore "cut-off" to be finished; buy now ','s4so buys 50x150; near sta- tion; sewers, water mains laid. " ' . .. - : v Terms — 1-5 cash, balance $10 ". monthly. , \u25a0 - The time .to Burllngame now . on - the fast train is . 38 minutes; will soon . be reduced to 25 minutes,' less time ". than It j now takes to reach many parts of the Mission and Western Addition. \u25a0\u25a0'-.:\u25a0 -\u25a0'\u25a0 -,-.- -\u25a0-.- V. ;-. '\u25a0 . ',- - .No ferries or transferring. 'How to get- there: . Take electric cars at sth and Market sts. or S. P. R. . R., 3d and Townsend; get off at Burllngame station. Branch Office on the grounds. \u25a0 .. LYON. & HOAG, 116 Montgomery st. \u25a0 \u25a0'" \u25a0- \u25a0 . . -. % * \u25a0 '-.\u25a0\u25a0.' NEW TRACT JUST OPENED. L NEW TRACT JUST OPENED. 'The College Hill Tract, situated on Mission st. at Colleger' and St. Mary's * ayes.*, and facing the old ; Bt. Mary" a College, has Just been placed In our hands j for sale. , \u25a0 - This property overlooks . the \u25a0 new - Islals Park, \u25a0 ac- cording to the proposed plans for -, beautifying San Francisco by Burnham. The prices range from $650 to $1000;- ..; terms, one-fifth cash, balance In . monthly , installments; streets \ are graded and sewered and gas and water mains are laid. ; Many of the lots Shave side sewers and water service to the property line, : Quite a number of lots : have a depth of 150 to 200 feet. GH When the Bay Shore cutoff Is completed It is the intention of : the Southern : Paclflo to convert the old roadbed - Into ,an •; electrio sys- tem, r When ; thta -is done , two car/lines will* paes the < property. _•:\u25a0 Don't ; delay ; : go out to- day; and see this property;:, we "are sure you will be pleased with It ; take Mission st. cars ; get off at College ' aye. \u25a0:\u25a0--\u25a0 f < "-.; ' LYON &' HOAG, • . 116 Montgomery.. St. • SELLING. \u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0'" -- : " :"''\u25a0'- ."•"-,-'-\u25a0•- - ; ' ; '"'. :\u25a0- \u25a0 TO BEAT THE BAND. / ~ '\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-* - ONLY $1 25 A^ WEEK. $275— Elegant level building ".lots, "close to school; fine car service on Mission st. ;' cream of the Excelsior Homestead;? stop paying rent and raise the baby, where the ozone is not | polluted with smoke, and \u25a0 dust,"-. to i say, nothing of :the deadly microbe; no interest aid no taxes. GOLDEN GATE PARK LOTS/ ' : , ONLY $10 A > MONTH. $400— For finely located .lots 3>3 > blocks couth of - the - park; - electric • car ! service ' unexcelled ; | enhancing : in ' value .with, every. % stroke " of ? the : clock; buy now; next ' weekrmay; be too'latt; ;."Nat : Goodwin"^ is not ; the : only, man -" that ; ap- preciates this ; beautiful" section;' no taxes/' . . W.J.t.WHITE COMPANY/. V : . "-.• 26 Montgomery; st;: room 8. ..:, -.'..\u25a0; " .\u25a0 $3000 — TWO-FLAT : house near Mission sC. lti" a } - desirable 'locality; renting i for ( $372; a, year;' : ' this will ; net : 10 ; per cent on , the . Investment ; * •, ; unusually '«. large • lot, - 37x116; • is ." worth : more :-.'•\u25a0 than $2000; v .owner .leaving, State and In- 1 structs vs \u25a0 to sacrifice. ' < ... . - \u25a0 '"• ' : . V-.- \u25a0'•\u25a0" Vvß:' BARKER & CO.. • ' : - ' .'\u25a0\u25a0-:.,. '\u25a0\u25a0-- :., ~-:-r /r \u25a0"'\-. : i I -.;'.;> ? )640 Market^ st. :';*\u25a0; - ,:'\u25a0'\u25a0 ".; :-..:;.\u25a0\u25a0 . . \u0084 QppQSi t« < * PSIaCB $ Hotel. ' \u25a0\u25a0" \. ' , DON'T ; build - before "• inveetlgatlng ' Marshall ''&' ', l Steams', patent 5 fixtures T : for r apartments I and .cottages. Aronson;, building. -84 Third, st. > BARGAIN-^AJ-beaiitifur. home, 5 7; rooms. > bath 551 Seventh : ave.T; Richmond District.' * A ;, . , MILL IVALLEY * REAIJ; ESTATE. ' '-- . - « - -\u25a0\u25a0 * ,-; ;|\u25a0 r - - - A: VJEWEL" 7 Rt j the I foot of s Mount ITamalpaia ?; vis ? Mill 4. Valley,, San f ; Francisco's most' charm-; " ing : puburb; it Is .- growlns :xvt>rj'' /^beautiful t homes' are Nbeingi erected ;'.i beyond \u25a0 question ;the-"lot«' we are; offering; for '«ale dl- roctly at theT station^arerthe ibest^bargatns ... .• In > the market ; grand \ viewj of .mountains , and \u25a0-. ;.: .bay ; I beautiful redwood; trees; ; street i sewered I and i wat^r, mains laid ; prices ; range I f romi $300 7, t0 $650;' terms 10 per cent cash; $10 monthly;: agents on tract Sunday.* Over.. 200 1 lots* sold.i ; LYON, & HOAG. , 116 Montgomery st '" RE AL X E STATE— COUNTRY— For Sale. OWNER LEAVING FOR \ EUROPE THIS :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 v... \u25a0.-'-"' -MONTH. :. - \u25a0-.. .- =2O acres rich; loam, half mile of Apto3. on VS. P. R. R., Santa Cruz County ; S^ acres '."\u25a0 orchard ; good modern 7-room 2-story s house, plastered, tinted : walls, hot and cold -water; j: cost- $171)0; • 10 chicken: houses, .barn, -com- 1 pletely equipped brooder house, turkey house, all nearly new; . wagon, buggy, .cart 210- egg Incubator, 3 plows, feed cutter, grain grinder. cultivator and all tools included;, more land ;";-'. if - desired $75 an acre; price only. $2750. \ I l * BURR-PADDON CO.. 40 Montgomery st. -AAA- — "OUR PRICES'! on ranches are lower than anywhere else because we do not add huge commissions on ;to the owner's price; - we only handle places we "know" .- to te .."\u25a0; good: -we "never", misrepresent a place; bee - us and cave 20 per cent: Santa Cruz County land a specialty. BURR-PADDON CO.. 40 - Montgomery st, ' San Francisco. Cal. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE. - " . ! | We have j orders' from ; absent i owner to sell this fine property at. once; 80 acres rich loam soil, only 4 miles of Watsonvllle. Santa Crux County 20 acres 12-year-old apples, - 8 acres 10-year apricots 80 acres hay: family orch- ard, "balance timber; house, barn. 2 wells; :' price only $4750; easily worth $7000. See this quick.: BURR-PADDON CO.. 40 Mont- . gomery st. San Francisco. , ALFALFA Irrigated lanes, $25 per acre;. $1 down $1 month; no interest; call or •write for pamphlets. INDEX LAND AND BOND C0^.807 Kohl bid., cor. Cal. and Mont y ets. A MONTHLY catalogue country land bargains sent free. CM. WOOSTER -CO.. 64S Market. Poultry ranches. Write to J. W. Horn Co., Pet- atuma, for fresioopy of Sonoma Co. bargains. SAUSALITO REAL ESTATE. •, THE fall is unquestionably the j most \u25a0 beautiful time -on the : Pacific Slope, and nowhere \u25a0is this so true as In the Naples of America^ — \u25a0 . Sausallto. For ' homes to rent, for lots for : "eale see W. H. ATKINSON, room 69., Chron- icle bldg. 9 to 11 a., m.; tel. Brown 217; Eausallto, 2t05 p. m. ; teL Main 411. Sun- dayg at Sausallto. \u25a0 ' \u25a0 ' - ' ...___ 1 MARIN , COUNTY REAL ESTATE. . $2000— SNAP; 100x160 feet In the buslnees cen- ter of the town of Ross, with $600 worth of new Improvements; ] no restrictions In ' the deed; lots on easy. terms; Improved and un- , Improved property; new cottages and flat to let J. E. LEWIS, Kentfleld. Marln County. REAL ESTATE IVANTED. WANTeS— Good Income property. W. X MOH'- GAN & CO., Investment Bankers. 79 New Montgomery ' st. : \ ' \u25a0 •' \u25a0 "• " / ' BERKELEY ADVEBT ? S'NTS BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. '-, '"\u25a0'\u25a0 ':\u25a0\u25a0' -- \u25a0•Ta'bnaf. \u25a0 •;• •: - ;\u25a0: - $1750 — 6 large rooms and bath; large basement ?i all cemented; corner lot, 50x100; one block east of Telegraph aye. • $2500— 7 • large rooms. \u25a0 bath I and basement: all modern; large. house; windmill and tank: . lot 50x135; street work all done; only 3 J blocks to both stations. . $2500 — New 6- room cottage; 'terms. $2500 — New: 6-rcom cottage; terms $3000— 7-room cottage; terms; lot 41x120; fruit trees. \ $1600 — i large rooms and basement; lot 50x100; ; only $300 cash, balance $15 per month. ,-\u25a0\u25a0 Why pay rent? \u25a0.'•\u25a0\u25a0- sl7o0 — 6-room cottage; $300 cash, balance $20 per month;. well, frame and mill; lot 45x 100. -: . \u25a0'\u25a0.'.. •\u25a0; .; $2500— New 6-room cottage; terms; corner lot; barn. ... $480— Lot 40x132; street work all done; only I $ICO cash, balance $5 per month; see these before they are all gone. . ' $1400— Comer, 120x135, , in JJorth Berkeley; If you are looking for i a snap see this. Agent for Santa E"e Tract; come before they are. all gone. " \V. C. MORAN & CO.. South Berkeley. FOR sale or exchange^-Nearly .an acre of | ground, 11-room house. . 2-etory : barn ; near .the hills; worth $12,000; will sell on easy terms, $1000 cash; will exchange for. small property In Berkeley or, San Francisco; will take nicely located mountain ranch In trade. , H. V. J. SWAIN, attorney. 463-464 Parrott . building. : San Francisco. FBUITVAM^py^SMNT^ FRUrryALE REAL ESTATE. $100 CASH and balance to suit will buy a lot 60x170 with bearing fruit trees. In choice part of Frultvale, Just off Fruitvale aye. ; surrounded by elegant homes; owner sick and . must surrender hia contract; price $760; grab It quick. BELDEN, -real estate, 1112 Broad- way. Oakland. .: '\u0084*.:\u25a0'.'\u25a0 : . :, OAKLAND \u25a0'\u25a0• ADVEBT'S'M'TS-- OFFICE. 101 C BROADWAY. \u25a0 OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. BELDEN' S BARGAIN. . ; THREE SPECIALS. $1350 — Comfortable 5-room cottage; on 40-ft lot. with stable; on Brush st. near 3d* will rent for $15 and /water front developments and Western J Pacific r R.. R. \ on 3d st. will make this a splendid' lnvestment, as It will soon be good business property, a V- ; . $1600--A beautiful building lot, 60x125, in one of the cbolcest'sectlons of Vernon Heights near the elegant mansions of Senator Perkins and others; commands a superb view of moun- tain and marine scenery; -owner, called else- where- and can't" utilize '-it, hence this sacri- fice; easly worth $2500. .^ .. vc- s2soo-=^ highs basement well -built cottage of cix rooms and bath, with lot 30x100, right in the center of town and but two blocks from 22d and San Pablo aye., where the main depot of the new Key Route train to go on 22d st will shortly be placed; you can then sell this property for a handsome advance and put at least. slooo In your pocket. There's nothing as cheap as \u25a0 this • cottage in the market to-day, even If It • hadn' t " the assurance of a rapid Increase In -value. -.<'.; • ' - -o : .- :: - BELDEN 1 , Real Eetate. . Ul2 Broadway, Oakland. \u25a0 \u25a0 ' \u25a0 ,v 1. : ' \u25a0 '..: •• ' • ' ! \u25a0-- . '-:', . i ,"-.'\u25a0-.\u25a0 A NON-RESIDENT owner must quickly dis- pose of hlB 2^-story modern home, Includ- ing gas - and electrio fixtures, hot water, water heating system, etc.; terraced, spacious • lot. In mature and • valuable shrubbery; also ". fine '; shade ' and fruit trees; crown of hill; situation . affording grand mountain - and bay view; in an absolutely high-class neighbor- hood;' convenient \u25a0to . ferry trains. It takes, .very little money ., to secure \u25a0 this valuable 'property.-- ---, \u25a0 •'\u0084...-. - , HARRY L. HOLCOMB. - 316 San Pablo aye., Oakland. $1500. CASH, $25 monthly— Coty cottage of 5 .rooms; all conveniences; barn, chicken house; \u25a0] full-bearing,', assorted orchard; small:, fruit, shrubbery ; ; profusion of flowers ; lovely home site; nice neighborhood; note the rsize of " grounds; \u25a0 section is ' the > best in . East -. Oak- j land ; away - from \u25a0 fogs - and raw ". winds; Al -\u25a0 candy loam' soil ;\u25a0 East • Oakland ; near, cars and school ; •- '__ size 125x155; price al I told. $3750. I Call or send , for circular, ; 1222 Frult- : valeV aye., ' Frultvale, 1 near 'station. C CHAS.- ' F. - LEE.'- or 455 Seventh st," ; opposite ' Broad- way station,- Oakland ; : carriage - free. GEO. H. LEE, owner of Frultvale Boulevard Tract FOR sale at - a bargain — One :of \u25a0 the choicest . j building - lota \u25a0 In ; Alta Piedmont; all street ..work, sidewalks, v sewers, water , and gas \ • mains complete; . magnificent ; view ; faces two -broad avenues; "restricted building values In- eures elegant : home surroundings; owner go- \u25a0\u25a0 , ing away ; ; must . sell at , once •: at considerably '\u25a0?\u25a0 less - than • adjacent i lots can be ' bought ' for. \u25a0"?\u25a0' Apply :to W. " J. WHITE C 0 . ," 26 Mont- ;, gomery st,: room 8. : . . , : . ' "\u25a0'.-'- .-'.. ,' $400 CASH,'ISIO monthly: house,, B rooms, barn 0 windmill- and 'tank; chicken-houses and -fine - v ,run; an ldealchlcken ranch; in fine location; 1 ! fruit "i trees ; \u25a0', rich \u25a0 loam ; soil ; ' lovely : garden ; 'Vegetables; -'near: cars." schools and : church; '\u25a0good neighbors; nearly. 1H acres; street work '...- done ; - all • fenced ; ' price $1800. • Call or send ?-*' for circular.! 4Bs Seventh st. \u25a0 opp.' Broadway ; ' station. .Oakland. ,s HENRY Z. JONES. : A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT, A SACRIFICE. ' Large. V 8- room * house ion « quiet • street ; near Broadway 5 cars at -Twenty-sixth «t. ; , beautiful live oak in j yard."i nice | lawn i and flowers: ; rooms large • and i sunny; ss cove .; celling; -.; 2 i handsome - mantels with tile hearths; elegantly furnished for $5000; imust'be sold -at: once. .- • ; CHAPIN . & ; BOOTH. ' 1263 Broadway. Oakland. \u25a0 FINE location/ fine \ homes \u25a0 and . surroundings ; * ' choice J lota i at " your >- own > terms ; • one '\u25a0 block Wfrom.the main Key: Route station: SO minutes :\u25a0 to San. Francisco,, one ! fans; trees, * plants and Li ' shrubs ' : , free i. to j purchasers. -- See -or addrt^s / the owner, -pioneer,; nurseryman, 'P. ?.J. KEL-- ."": LER,*; Monte iVlsta , and i Piedmont aye. $3R.000- : -SN AP ! investment: \u25a0 corner * building, 40 Hi xIOO.Mn the heart of business Oakland; leased ' •'•' five, years ; ; paying i B ; per , cent." - Eagle^Collec- -4'i tio » v Agency,') 206 , Bacon ". blocks Oakland.*: -. : - FOR eale— Cheap.'v Lakeside residence; 10 rooms* it furnished Tori unfurnished ;i conservatory and :: 'barn.i-Inquire l^g Alice rt.".;- ;\ : ' : , .' > .: OAKLAND IROOMS i,TOJ.T,BT. / WEBSTER. l l6sl,'V Oakland— Furni-hed. unfur' -/-nlshed i and ihousekeoplng: rooms 'for rent ".•.':_ OAKLANDIFURNITURB ; FOR SALE. TO-MORROW, the day for. bargains In furniture. t H. Schellhaas. . 11th ; st.,' cor. :< store. Oakland. 1 ALAMEDA ADYERT ? S ? M ? TS ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE, $7350— SWELLEST 14-room residence In best - part" of -Alameda; 7 inlaid floors; finished in : polished oak- for S. F. ; real estate. BURR- 'PADDON CO.. 40 Montgomery st. , • ALAMEDA COTTAGES TO LET. FOR rent In Alameda— Cottage, 7 brooms* and bath; beautiful palm garden; completely fumhhed; \u25a0 every conveni- ence;- half block from bay; rent reasonable. Addre33 2251 Clinton aye.. Alameda. ' San Francisco Advert Vents ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. \ CALIFORNIA. 1424—3 large, sunny, elegantly \u25a0 furnished housekeeping rooms. . EDDY, 519— Housekeeping rooms: well fur- . nlshed.. water. . gas, range; 'reasonable. FOLSOM, 861 — Good housekeeping rooms: terms very reasonable. . • FULTON, 1206, near Scott — Three sunny, un- I furnished rooms; bath, laundry; references. GOLDEN GATE aye., 259 (The Perkins) — Mod- ern up-to-date 2 and 3 room apart- ments for hskpg.; single, en suite; dose In." GOLDEN GATE aye.., 210 — Ntoe housekeeping rooms for rent; desirable location. . -. -, GOLDEN GATE, aye., 372— Furnished rooms .^ for housekeeping; water.gas, etc GOLDEN GATE aye., 724^ — Nloe sunny rooms for housekeeping.. .fcr.V-.-;- HAVES, 267— Small bay window front room; running water; sunny back parlor; house- keeplng privileges; bath and piano. HOWARD. 640—^Sunny bay-window, grate, gas, water, ' double bed; other cheaper rooms. HOWARD, 1030*— Housekeeping rooms to let. LARKIN, SlT^a — Sunny corner room; rent rea- sonable. LARKIN. 810^4 — Nice • sunny front alcove room; light housekeeping; reasonable. MARKET, 1027^— Nicely furnished sunny. rooms, suitable light housekeeping: gas. MCALLISTER, 483, corner 'Van Nesa — 2 or 3 nicely furnished connecting housekeeping rooms; reasonable. MINNA, 281. cor. Fourth — Sunny front house- keeping; also sinele front room. . MISSION, 825 — Fine rooms for light housekeep- lng; all conveniences.^ MISSION, 638 — Neatly furnished housekeeping rooms; sunny; running water. . NINTH, 124 — Large sunny front bay-window housekeeping x room ; 2 closets; water, gas.' $3 50. .\u25a0".'..* . . ' OAK. : 117, or. 14 Page — Complete for \u25a0 bouse- keeplng; $5 to $12; hot bath; laundry: adults. SACRAMENTO, 301&— New and elegantly fur- nished parlor suite and kitchen; every 'con- , venience; reasonable. BEVENTH, 191— Sunny front bay window rooms for light housekeeping; gas or coal " stoves. . - : a . TAYLOR. 911 — 4 unfurnished rooms, bath. $23 50; one furnished room, gas range. $7; single. $5. i - ' . ' -\u25a0 . VALENCIA. 132A — 3 or 4 sunny housekeeping rooms; gas range; running -ater and bath. VALLEJO. 1130. cor. Leavenworth — Sunny outside furnished housekeeping rooms. APARTME.VT HOUSE S. A^StT^LAWRENCTE " ApTßTaO^T^New", modern building; furn. or unfurn. apart- ments of 2, 3, 4 rooms ;. private baths; from \u25a0 $16 to $35. Phone Main 5130. 1335 Mascn'st 6T. CECILE. 11? Fell st. nr. Van Ncsa and Market — New. t/Jidsome, fireproof structure; mod. Improvements; apts. 3-rm.. bath special inducements for next 60 days; tel. South 1071. A— YON NYDACK. 873 Post— 4 rooms; private baths; furnished, nnftmlshed; ' aalt baths. A— KENILWORTH. cor. Bush. Powell ; 3-room supny aparts.; single rootna;. modern;, reas. MA YBELLE. . 202 Grove, cor. Van Ness— Van ."Ness, -3 rm.'.; suite; Grove, 3 rm. suite; r«as. ., ROSSWELL Apartments, 1360 Pine, near Hyde ; — 2. .3 and 4 rooms, with bath; steam heat THE Avalon. 670 Bush \u25a0 st. — 3 and I 4-room , apartments with bath; furn. or unfurnished. : THE Frederick. 901. Stanyan — 1 to 5 rooms. * overlooking Golden Gate Park; teL Page 6166. 'ROOMS TO LET— Furn. and Unforn. [. A — BRUNSWICK Houae. 148 Sixth^t — Rooms 250 to $1 per night. $1" 25 to $5 per week and light housekeeping rooms; open all- night ".. AT "The Almonte." 873 Market st. (or No. 1 Fifth st)— Rooms 250 to 60c, $1. $1 50 night; $1 50 to $10 week; bouse open all night BELMOND House, over Owl drugstore; 2 en- trances. 1126 Market and 21 Turk — Electric lights, running water In every room; 200 rooms; 250 to 50c per night; $1 25 to $4 week.. BURTON Hotel, 1126 Howard st — 100 rooms; -new house; modern; $1 25 to $3 per week. EDDY. B— Choice furnished ; rooms In central location: all conveniences; reasonable. EDDY. 499. corner Hyde — Elegant furnished - rooms; choice location. EDDY. : 534 (The Lewis)— Choice furnished yxams; all conveniences; choice location. FELL. 302 — Three sunny, unfurnished, front. rooms; place for quiet parties; call after 8. FIFTH, 126 — Good furnished . rooms .by the day, .week or month; rates reasonable. % FOLSOM. 608, The Aurora— Rooms t» rent; transient a specialty; fine central location. FOURTH, 271 — 100 rooms; all sizes an<S prices; new, modern; t hot and cold water. . FOURTH. 116 — Choice furnished rooms by the day, week or month; reasonable. FULTON, 76 — Two . sunnr. newly furnished, front rooms, single or en suite; private fam- ily; half block from City Hall; no sign. . " GALT HOUSE. 1206 Market st— Choice rooms by day, week or month ; central location. GEARY. 564^ — Elegant furnished rooms; sin- gle or en suite for rent GEARY. 1058— Newly furnished rooms with use of kitchen. . ' \u25a0\u0084.-.; GOLDEN GATE aye., 555 (Belvedere) — Ele- gant furnished rooms; modern, airy, light; convenient; walking distance. . GRAND SOUTHERN. 1069 Mission, cor. Sev- • enth— loo rooms ;, 60c night. . $2 to $7 week. . HOTEL\ St. Kathryn, cor. Ellis and Leaven- worth — Most modern 'and up-to-date hotel la " S.F.; free bath; new, clean, airy; reas. rates. HOTEr, Hamilton. 125 Ellis, bet Pott»U aad Mason sts.. S. F. — Rooms $1' to $3, per day: steam heat and telephone in each room. HOWARD, 715— Rooms, 25c to $1 per day; $1 50 to $3per week; reading-room, etc. HOWARD, : 2381—2 very . large, complete ror housekeeping, $9; 4. very desirable, to adults ,'-$18..-- '-.-" \u25a0:: <_ -:.-\u25a0:-. ... .-.-,...- - \u25a0\u25a0 • HYDE, ' 841— Large sunny • ' furnished room ; bath, gas, phone and water. • LARKIN, 416H— Choice furnished rooms to let; ;'- all conveniences; ; reasonable. " LEXINGTON. '135— Nice furnished rooms; pleasant ; neighborhood; rates reasonable.- " MARTHA place. 5, \ off Geary, . between Mason . and ' Taylor-r-Two furnished rooms; -light housekeeping If desired. MCALLISTER, 1931, near Park— 3 new fur- nished front rooms to let; single or en suite. METROPOLITAN HOTEL. 129 Third • *t— 4oo single and ' family , rooms. ' 35« to , $1 50 per day; $2 to $8 week; the only new and modern -1 hotal ' and rooming-house In '- San \u25a0 Francisco I that has office on ground floor; hot. and cold . water, electric. lights, call bells, steam heat ': in every room, and gives free baths and etc- , ' vator ' day and ' night .to Its guests. O'FARRELL. 587— Nice sunny furnished rooms :to > let '.at; reasonable rates. : POWELL. 121— One" elegantly furnished front -." .' suite of ? rpomg for office or any other busi- ness; best, location; -cheap rent . . RIO VISTA HOTEL. 253 Third st. near How- ard — Ne w« house iwltlil modern conveniences; -rooms en suite and single; rates: by day 35c , up; by, week. $2 up; baths free to guests. TAYLOR. 615— Newly. fur. rooms; hot and cold r water:. slo mo.; elegant suites; baths-free., TURK,". 1126— Newly furnished large sunny rm.; use - : of „ parlor, 'kitchen,* bath \u25a0 and laundry: modern' flat;' r«nt :$l4. v - VAN NESS > aye., 1419 — Furnished ,? rooms •In .-swell: flat. "\u25a0.-".''.- :.~T .v • .. ; - u*i ; : i WOLF \u25a0 House, , Howard i and Sixth— No better - .transient house In city: rates r-»s«or.able; lo- cation central. Geo. H. yon <ler Mehden. prop. UNITED STATES, < 123' Eddy, near \u25a0 Market — tOO u .rooms>, 35c" to f I nlpht. $1 75 to $G we>k:e!ec- , trie; lights !: (no ;ga«>rrunnltis, water In every •;\u25a0> room ; elevator,". read. -room ; free bus,', baggagp. • WINCHESTER ; Hotel.', it 3d sf. nr. Market— ?} "Most ' convenient * and 1 respectable: : 700 rooms. -* 35c tt>sJPO nightly,; s2: to $S week; elevator; \u25a0K..;elec. slights: reading-room ; free bus,, baggage. ROOMS A>D BOARD. BERTLIN'G, , 736 Bush — New management; table nrst-class; free batha; parlor, piano, billiard-room, elevator: suit's' with board tor 2 *B0 up; single room for 1 with board $30; single room for 2 with board $50; transient board with room per day.. $1 50 up. EDDY. 824— Excellent home cooking; nicely furn. rooms for gentlemen, or without board, LEAVENWORTH. 306— Choice furnished rooms with gcoq board if desired. . '.',"\u25a0 LEAVENWORTH. 407— Nice furnished rooms. with excellent table board; home cooking. O'FARRELL; 533 — Furnished rooms, with good \u25a0 table board, by week or month. SUNNY, front, furnished rooms and board . : In private French family. 1603 Lasuna. St. JOHNSTON. THE. 605 O'Farrell— Sunny suites . and stesrle rms.;- excellent board: references.-" ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at [ Call branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts. A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception . of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at ICOR . Market St.. opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. m. ROOMS AND BOARD WAXTED. WANTED— -By a gentleman, board and room . \u25a0 In private family: no children: willing to pay liberal price, sufficient to Justify one boarder. Call 48 Fourth st, room 12. : c^j . * ROOMS WANTED. LARGE furn- 1 or unfurn. or one medium-sized sunny- and one small room: suitable for kitchen: running water; use of laundry tubs; reasonable; party away from 8-4; state pricaw 615 Larkln st / _____ - STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES. UNION Square Transfer and Storage Co.. «04 \ Van Ness aye. Phone East 443. Storage, moving, packing; cut rates on freight A— EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co.; furniture. household goods stored, moved, shipped. 725- 731 Howard tt.. nr. Third; phone Grant lttl. CONKLIN'S storage; furniture and merchan- dlse. Golden Gate & Larkin: phone East 126. PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com- pany. 2320 Flllmore gt; phone Jackson 281. PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co. Main office Eddy ar.d Flllmore: tel. West 82 3. BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery st: tel. Main 1840. Shipping at cut rates. SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES. SALE of 100 new White sewlnr machines. I slightly shopworn, at Vx and 1-3 regular price: 150 used, machines of other makes, many as good as new, at almost any price to close out toe lot. At The White Co.'« office. 915 Market t. - \u25a0 ! DOMESTIC — The machince for family use; best is cheapest: second-hand all make? at any price : all kinds rented lowest rates. Dome*- . tic office. 1021 Market St.. near Sixth. ALL kinds iecond-hand. $3, $5. $8: slightly used. $10. $15, $2Q. You know where dolls* swing in the window. ICSI Market st. TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES. AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington. No.'t Smith Premier. $25: other typewriters at higher and lower prices; rentals $2 50. Tha Typewriter Exchange. 538 California st. DIVIDEND NOTICES. "DIVIDEND notice — The Giant Powder Com- . pany. Con.. Giant station. California A ' dividend. No. 82. of fifty cents fsoc> per (hare on the issued capital stock of th« company has been declared payable at th» San Francisco office of the company, rooms 202. 204 and 206, Kohl building, on October 10. 1903. Transfer books close October 3. 1905. at noon. C. C. QUINN. Secretary. "" UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. UNITED STATES Department of Agriculture. "Office of the Secretary. September 11. 19G3. Notice Is hereby given tnat the Secretary of Agriculture has, under authority conferred - by law. issued an amendment, described as amendment number one. to rule two, to pre- j - vent the spread of scabies In cattle. This amendment . withdraws * rrom quarantine the following- area: The States of Washington ; and Oregon; all that part of the State "of . Kansas> lying- east of tne western boundary : lines of the counties of Smith. Osborn*. Run- sell, Barton. Stafford. Pratt and Barber: all that part of the State of. Colorado lylns west of the summit of the Medicine Bow range of mountains In Larimer County, the west line of Boulder. - Gllpln. Jefferson. Tel- ler. Custer. Huerfano and Las Anlmas coun- ties, and also that part of Colorado tying west of - the Ninth Guide < Meridian west In Fremont County; the counties of Bis Horn, ft Fremont. Sweetwater and Ulnta In the State of Wyoming; all that part of the State of \i Texas lying- east or the 100 th meridian of 1 longttude west of Greenwich and north vt the 29th parallel of north latitude; the coun- ties of San Juan. Rio Arrlba. Taos, McKin-' ley, Bernalillo. Santa Fe, Valencia. Socorro,. . Lincoln, Grant, Sierra. Luna,. Donna- Ana and Otero In the Territory of Nj»w Mexico, and all of the Territory of Oklahoma ex- cept the counties of Woodward and Beaver. The quarantine placed by rule 2 upon the . above described territory shall cease to be effective on and after September 15, 1905, on L and . after, which date this amendment shall become, and be effective until otherwise or- dered, i Notice Is also given. that the Secretary of Agriculture has Issued an amendment, de- scribed as amendment number one, to the regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture covering the Inspection, disinfection, certifi- cation, treatment handling- and method and manner ot delivery and shipment of live- : | stock which is the subject of interstate com- merce. This amendment modifies regulations . 10, . 19. 20. 21, 22 and 21. - Copiea of the amendment to rule 2 and copies of tha amendment to the- regulatione may be ob- tained from the Chief of the Bureau of Ani- mal Industry, whose address Is Washington. D. C.— W. M. HAYS, Acting Secretary of Agriculture. . _ PR OPOBALS.^^^^.^-.l PROPOSALS— SeaIed proposals will be re- cetved at the office of the State Board of Prison Directors. 331 Pine st. San Fran- cisco Cal.. and will be opened between tn» hours of 1 and 2 o'clock p. m.. October 13. 1905 for fwnishlng and superintending the erection of an oil fuel burning plant at tfl» State prison at San Quenttn. according to the general outline specifications and prints .. on file with Bralnard F. Smith, clerk of the State Board . of Prison Directors, at said of \u25a0* flee. The board will let tne contract to the lowest bidder who. In Its Judgment «üb-. mlts the best and most satisfactory proposi- tion, complying with all terms of the re- quirements and specifications, reserving the - I right to reject any and all bids for cause. The general outline specifications adopted by the board, with the prints, are to be used ; as a guide to bidders, who are expected to examine the boilers, boiler-room and equtp- - ment now at the prison, so as to submit all proper pumps, fittings and material for com - • plete oil burning equipment, and they ar» expected to submit plans with full descrip- I tion of " their proposed arrangement ot tne Eecessary machinery, conforming to the re- quirements and Intent of the specifications. Each bid mua«t be accompanied by a certi- fied check drawn upon • some responsible bank • payable to the president of the board, for at least 10 per cent of the amount oi the bid which will be forfeited if the suc- cessful ' bidder should refuse <to enter into the contract provided by the board and give - a bond equal to- one-half the amount, satis- . factory to the board, upon notice of accept- ance. ROBERT T. DEVLIN. President BRAIXARD F. SMITH. Clerk. PROPOSALS for Stationery and General Office Supplies : Shipping Tags. Stapling Machines. Eye Shades. Call Bell*. Thermometers.- Of- i Bee Clocks . and ScaJes. Flags, etc. — Office Isthmian Canal Commission. .Washington." V. C..- Oct 3, .1905. — Sealed proposals. In trlp- \u25a0 llcate.- will ; be received at , the office of tne ' General Purchasing .Officer. Isthmian Canal Commission. -Washington. -D. C.-.antlt- 10:30 a. ra.. Oct.-' l7 1905, at which time they will be cpened in public, for furnishing the above ' mentioned 'supplies. Blanks and fult Infor- mation may be obtained from this office oi offices of 'the Assistant Purchasing . Agent*. 24 State street. New. York City: Custom- house New Orleans. La.; 3« New Montgom- ery street, San Francisco. " Ca!.. and 410 Chamber * of - Commerce buUdlnx. Tacoma. .. Was*,; also from Chief Quartermaster. De-. \u25a0 partment v of the Lake*, Cntcafco. and the Commercial Club. Mobil-. Ala. D. W. ROS3. " : ; General - Purchasing Officer. .; „\u25a0 CARDS AND INVITATIONS. - Er graved wedding Invitations, visiting A bn«l-. . ness cards.- errents. etc. ; high-elasa work; mod- \u25a0\u25a0 j crate rates. J.* H. Duncan, VM Kearny. rs. 1-2.. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Th» following marriage licenses were issued by the County. Clerk ywterday: . WHHairn* J.^Hotrgard. 3H. . 317 Golden Gate « avenue." and Mebet VVtlscn, 23. 710 Van Ness. . Henry Jorgen*en. 21. Mount Eden, and Mary Eden.»2T, Mcunt Eden.* . Olobatta.VlpHeaienw.l2S. * >»c>bles alley.' and. 01ovarnietta;PaKaa!nl.. -IS. 1310 Dupont atreet. '-r. Carroll i'W Hartsoch. 21. <" Santa «.*ruz. nnd ' Margaret" FT. DlHosv'l.s. ;133t .Elli» st. ' .. - „ H<rra««! \V. ' .Tytt*l, •">-. OokUnd, and Emmit' McClaln. 25. Salt Lake City. -\Ttmothy J..O' Shea. "!.; 928 Howard street Continued Krom ' Page Fourteeau 13