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You With the Dopart:s«-ut You Wish.
rub'iieatlon Office M.irV.-t and Third. S. F.
Kditoriai Rooms Market and Third'Sts.
Delivered .I\t Carriers. 20 Cts. Per Week, 75
Ctt, Per Moatb. Bing'.e Opies, 5 Cts.
Terms by Mall, inclrijjns Poßtage (Cash With
Ordert:
DAILT CALL (Including Sunday^ 1 year..sS.Oo
DAILY CALL (includias Sunriayi. 6 mos... 4voo
DAILY CALI> — 3r t-iagle month 75c
.V! NDAI CALL. I year 2.50 1
WEKKLY CALL, I year 1.00 |
rnTF\n\ Dally SS.SO Per Year Extra
\u25a0vctaok Sunrtay.. 4.3 5 Per Year Fxtra
POSTAGE. Weekiv. . 1.00 Per Year Extra
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Qttert
MAIN BRANCH:
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OAKLAND OFFICE:
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ALAMEDA OFFICE:
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Phone Alameda 550.
BERKELEY OFFICE:
214£ Center Street Telephone North 77
WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT:
M. E. CRANE HOC G Street, X. *X.
NEW YORK NEWS STANDS:
•Taienrf-Astorla Hot*:: A. Brentano. 31
Cnloa Soucre; Mnrrcy HUI Hotel; Fifth-ave-
oue Hotel acd Uoffman House.
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f-'orrbem Hotel: Tremont Houre; Auditorium ;
Hotel; Pelmer novae.
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CLoag Distance Telephone. -Central 2C19.")
NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVE:
STEPHEN B. SMITH 20 Tribune Buiiainj
NEW YORK COItrtESPONDKNT:
C. C. CAULTON Herald Square
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call,
corner Markrt and Third streets: open until
11 oV'oofc ott-ty eight in the yei-.r.
MEETIXG XOTICES^
XOTICE it hereby given that pursuant to the call
of stockholder* of tbe S.iu Franrisco <;as aa«l
Electric Compenv ho'.uias tlian one-half
«i*> of tbe c.ipHal stock ot said <."orn|>«nr. a
meeting of eaid rrockholjers will be held «t the
offlce of tbe Company at l\Cn} O-Firr<>ll street,
in the cltj" and fnnntr »f Francisco. Srate |
of Ca'.irorala. «n the oth <ia<r of July, i:<>s. at
1:30 ti>lo.'k p. ra.. for tbe purp«*e «f e'.e<-t',c-:
a B'vbtA of Directors <if t'.ie Sau Francisco Gas
and Electric Company. nii'l' for the transaction
of any other business whi<-ii m.-.y property cutne
before said nieetinp.
CHAS. L. EARUETT.
Secretary Srio Tranris-co <;«? and Electric Co.
Deted June 4. IiKMI. j '
KING SOLOMONS Lodpe. No. 2W. F. & A. M.—
The relief committee <>T this lf*Jse will mwt
EVERY MOMUY AFTF.HNOON at B "Vhvl^
st the office of t'-ie chairman. No. 1433 FlU-
more *t. . All members ti>'*!ri:ig assistance are
earnestly requested to app'j-.
U. V. WHITING. Chairman.
F. B. WOOD,
I.S. lIOBBS.
E. E. CXJN>'.
«;. M. DAVIS.
Relief «^otaii;iitec.
IGNATIAN CounriU-Nit. 5.".. Y. M. I.— Our refr- i
ular meeting will he held WEDNESDAY
EVENING, the 27tr. in the parochial resi- I
dence of Sacred Heart Church, corner «f Fell |
and Fllltnore sts. Ki<vti«>n of ofScfrs for en- j
tump term aad delegate* te Che twenty-second j
Grand Couaeil vri!" take place. Send present
addressfs at once to t'je *.^-rotsry. By order
JOHN F. BARRY. I*re*U!eut.
CHAS. L. I'HNER. S«m-.. T>W Dfris>t!t-r» tt.
JOfKNKYMKN Butohers — K!«-tion of nfflccrs j
will l>e held NKXT WEDNESDAY KVENING.
IJime 27, l»0«. in R*>nFtr.«m'R Hall. 434 Stau- j
van st. Assessment No. ."» become* delinquent
July <?. laiHi. l'leaisc ccv that your ameKsmenta
are* paid up. All members are requested to
register. CHAS. WtISIHKMEH. Pres.
BF.N DAVIS. Uer. See. •
SAINT AXDBEW'S sS'-^ietr — Ilecular . meeting*
<\ery MONI»AY i:\KMXG at 8 o'clock in St.
M iingo building. conit«r Fillmore st. and Golden
Gate aye. M«-!uhors pardlaOr Invited. „
T. C. LAWKOS. Pre*iJ:':it. Wells. Fargo &
Co., SE. err. Franklin *T. and Or>ld»-u Gate aye.
G. H. J. BRHMNER. .se*ret a ry, Taft &. Pen-
noyer. Oakland.
COMPANIONS OF THK FOREST. A. O. F.— Tie
officers nail uu-iab»-rs of Umniemontii Circle
IS7. are hereby notified to attemi our next sum-
moned meeting to l»e i:ei>l TIU'RSDAY KVEN-
ING. Jnae 2JJ. litOT,. In Syndicate Hall. PCI 13th !
St., Oaklscti, C'nl.. at b:'.W o*olfK-k.
MES. P. GARLAND, C. C.
MISS G. PIERBON. F. S. i
THE FRATKr.N.U- BROTHERHOOD Lodge* I
meet ac follown: Aurora. Tiiesda.ru; Columbia. ]
Wednesdays: fan Francisco. Thursdays: Pro- I
j-'rew. FrMay*. at IK4A O'Farrell Ft. Go.den
<Jate me*-!* Wednesiixys at 4th aye. sm<i Cl»m-
-. *Nt st. Mission meets at Strieker's Hall, 2!<ilj
and Church st*.
"CALIFORNIA Lodge. "No. 1. K. of P. -rill meet
THIS <MONDAY> EVENING, at 8 oVloei, at
.- , Ma»on?c T«nple. 2CBS Mission st.. near Twn-
ty-tbiril. Vibltors <tinltally inrlttKl to atte:i<l.
3. j. neceniu:rg. c. c.
A. E. NTTENBrRd. K. of R. and S.
• GENERAL Masonic Relief Board. 1154 OTarrell
rt. Open daily. 10 a. m. to 4 p. ra.. Sundays
and boMdays eieeptefl. Phone West *(302.
HAUKT J. LARK. Secretary.
ORIENTAL Lodge. >"o. 144. F. & A. M., Albert
Pike Memorial Teaple. 1859 Geary st. — Third
decree TCESDAY EVENING at S o'clock.
Master Mason* corCially Invited.
C. W. DOIJIE, W. M.
A. S. HtEBAED. .Secretary.
• RICHMOND Lodge. V. D. F. & A. M.. Richmond
Hall, Tonrth aye. and Clement et. — Special
meeting THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock. Second degree. By order of \V. M.
-. 11 . FOTTRNESS. Secretary.
" FIDELITY LODGE. No. 120. F. A.- A. M.— Relief
- committee meets at 7:CO p. in. mi'li TVEKDAY
and FRIDAY, at lilKfl Batter st. By order «f
the W. M. FKKDERICK BARKY. See.
' HALL suitable for church servie»-s. corner Twen-
tr-foßrtU "and MiisKion sts. Apply DR. W. C.
BAILEY. 83» Bartlett st.
AnrriiTECTS.
G. A. WRIGHT : GEO. Rl SILFOUTH. B. J S.
CAHILL. askociated architects; offices 2277
California st
SALFIELD & KOHLBERG. Architects. 1039
Buchanan «t. cornej- Golden Gate are.
AfGL'ST NORDIN, architect.
563 KUlmore i>t.. comer Fell; tel. rark 573.
M. G. BCGBEE. architect; H. T. JOHNSON,
eng. and supt., 1225 G.G. aye.; tel. Fell 7261.
KIDD & ANDERSON, aif-liltoet*. r,71 Halsht,
near Flllmore: fermerly 410 Kearny.
MeDOCGALL BROS.. C. C. A: GEO. 8.. arrfci-
te<-tB, 721 Devisadero St.: pkoae West 55&2.
MARK HAY. architect, temporary offlce 69 Por-
tola et, near Waller.
KOrsSEAIT I SON. office northwest corner
Pine and Webster. et«.
M. J. LYON. architect i'l9 Ellia st; all plans
and papers at red.
AgSAYERS AXD AXAI.YSTS.
". GREENLEY & CRAWFOSD, "analyrlcaT~ch7m^
ists. minln* engineers, a»4V4 Wasblnpton st
Portland. Ore.
ARTIFICIAL. EVKS.
ARTIFICIAL eyes* ' large assortment- sent on se-
lection. SCHOHAY & KUTTNER. 207 C
O'Farren rt. ' - - >-
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALEL
A SACRIFICE — Rio touring car; detachable
tonnein. 424 Stanyan st
__^ niCVCLES. '_
BICYCLES — Special price* on al! leading makes;
tires and sundries; repairing. GREGORY i
CO.. Van I\'ei>« are, and Market st
MOTOR bike for sale" cheap on cor. High and
St. CharW sts.. Fmltvale.
JEWELERS.
KEYSTONE Jewelry Co., ICO7 Laguna — Old gold
and diamonds bought. Formerly 343 Kearny st
INVALID CHAIRS.
SOLD, rented, exchanged; mfr« Eamee tricycle
cfcair. 2018 Market fet.; t«L fr«ft *
nMM^MiB \u25a0tji ? iiiiUariinMiii \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 fcaiii *' "I
BUSINESS \u25a0 CHAXCES.
PXEQCALED INVESTMENT OFFER.
I'arnier wanted- with $1(000 - in a , manaf ae-
rnriu? linstness; cash all coeß into the bnsl-
n«*s; market waltins and guaranteed by bond;
only product of its kind nnd a big investment
offer on an eiclcslve product; incoming partner
t<> act as treasurer of flna; you handle your
own cash; chance of a lifetime; Investigate.
Add. Investor, car© LICONAHD, 1070 Broad-
w'fiy, Oakalnd.
i .
I BIG snap for restaurant! Half a block from
l-'lllmore nt. ; heart of business district:- very
cheap rent. See KOTTINGER, FRKYTAG it
CO.,"l!»14 Sutter st, ue»r Fllluinre.
KNAP FOR QUICK SALE.
Grocery and branch bakery on good corner;
least*; rent only $12; part of store rented for
$.">: 2 living rooms in reaj; better call today
as this vrill go quick at $525. LEONARD A
CO.; 1070 Broadway.
I COMI'LETE outfit for delicatessen bnclnens for
sh!i>; counters, fixtures, shelving. Ice chest,
etc.. etc. 221S Flllmore st.
WANTED — Party to invest few thousand dol-
lars in a constructloa company; good salary
i»:!-l steady employment Add. box- 2338, Call.
: $10.0O0— LARGE restaurant and bakery; well
storked; a regular mint LOUIB JURGENS,
510 Ninth St., Oakland.
$10,090 — SALOON acd summer garden; house,
barn. 5 lots out of town. IX>UIS JURGKNS,
510 Ninth ft. Oakland.
$500 FOR one-third interest in established prlnt-
lng business; 3 years' lease. Boi 287(1. CaU.
FOR eale — Restaurant; Investigate this money
maker. S2lO Adeline st. Houth Berkeley.
$1600— NEW house, 4 rooms; lot 60x120. LOUIS
JURGENS. 510 Ninth st. Oaklaad.
FOR sale — Bakery with good trade; no agents.
Box 2553. Call offlce.
LODGIXG-lIOUSES FOR SALE.
A. CAMERON & CO..
Formerly 3 Eddy st.
Now rermanently located 2000 Sutter, corner
FUlmore.
Reel Estate, Leases, Insurance, Rooming-
houses, Hotels, Business Chances.
List your property with us; have buyer*
watting for lnvcxtments.
C. K. HINKLE. RELIABLE BROKER, *
Removed from 015 Flllaiure st.
To 1204 OoMen Gate aye., near Webster,
Large list room log. apartment-houses and ho-
tels. To buy. sell or exchange.
HOWARD, S43— Ready for bn*lae«s; 73 rooms
and basement; suitable for restaurant, cloth-
ing store and barb*r shop; basement 20 ft 7
In. by 1.-.5.
ATTORNEYS
RAY P. SAFFOLD. WILMER MUM A.
A t torney s-a t-La w.
Rooms 1-3, 76K Goldon Gate aye.
i Insurance, La ml. Titles. Liens.)
W. W. DAVIDSON, 1323 Page »t. near Lyon;
artvW free; all clients for whom I have ever
oW«ined a divorce, call or write immediately;
It;;. >rtant. ' '
WILSON fr WILSON- (Mountford S. Wilson and
Churles 11. Levell). Rttorneys-aMaw. 1860
Webster St." corner Pine, San Fraacisco.
jno. w. bourdette!
C. K. BONESTELL.
Offices 1100 O'Farrell st..
Comer Franklin.
MA<;iir.E. LINDSAY. nOUX & BARRETT, at-
torneys-at-l6w, suite 22, Saint Mnngo bldg.,
NW. Vorner Golden Gate aye. and FlUmore st.
HARRIS & HESS. attomeys-at-law. W. T.
HESS. Notary Public. 2<V>S Sutter st, near
Flllmore.
WILLIAM J. HEKRIN. SW. corner Flllmnre and
Po*t sts. — Titles perfected; insurance eollect-
e<l: tel. Weit 527.- ~ "
STEPHENS, J. A. — Law offices. St. Mungo, NW.
corner Fillmore st. and GoMen Gate aye.
DANIEL A. RYAN.' attorney-at-law. Offlce 2124
BusU gt.: residence 3010 Clay st.
| CHARLES S. WHEELER, law offices. 2413'
\V«Kblnfrton «t. San Francisco; tel. West IH»G.
I JOHN F. BOWIE, law Offices. 2413 Washington
j «.. Ran Francl.-co: telephone West 18JM1.
j NATHAN M. MORAX, law offices. 2413 Wash-
ington St.. San Fr.incliico: tel. West 1890.
i JOSEPH B. KENNEDY, law offices. 2413 Wash-
ington st, Saa Francisco; tel. West 1898.
i CHARLES G. NAGLE. JW7 Washington st, be-
tw»en Ninth and Tenth. Oakland. Cal.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW— W. A. S. NICHOLBOS,
1470 EdJy t=t.. near Flllmore.
CARSON, JNO. 8., attorney-at-law. IBM Geary
St.; phone West .T.*ol.
BENJAMIN HKALKY. attorney. 1208 Golden
Gate avis.: phone \\e*t 5125.
JOnX M. UI'ENETT, attorney-at-law. 2022 Snt-
ter Bt. . |
BKEW.STER F. AMES, law office at residence,
1311 Octavla St.; fire losses adjusted^ ._
ALEXANDER D. KEYEsJ, attorney-at-law. 2527
Washiugtuo St. '
CUAS. F. lIANLON. attorney, 1782 Bush St.,
corner Octavia; phone- West 1560.
LKOX SAMi:KI-S and R. F. MOGAX, law offices.
«;it» Flllmore st.
11. W. KING, attorney-at-law. 17** Flllmore
st.. near Snttw.
j P.AHRS. GKO. IL, attorney. 1W»1 Port st., cor-
ner Fillmore.
PHYSICIAXS.
i DR. ELISA KARR — Natureapathlst; magnetic
: healing; positive cure for nervousness, rheu-
matism, kidney, spuial, throat eyes, lungs
rod stomach weakness. S2l Webster st
Al.nr.RT J. ATKINS, il. D.. is again ready to
treat all rectal diseases successfully at 2127
Fillmore et. ; hours 1 to 3 p. m. ; old friends
please write your address. ".~. *\u25a0
2209 SUTTER st. Phone West 5C94.
Dr. Alfred B. Grosse; hours 2 to 4.
Dr. R. C. Stoney; hoars 1 to 3.
Dr. J. D. Whitney; honrs 10 to 12..
DR. C. M. COOPER, ofllce 2401 Flllmore st.
cor. Waslilnyton; hours 1 fo 4 p. m. Oakland.
1317 Jackson st, by appointment Tel.. Oak-
lanrt 795.
DR. W. M. FORSTER will resume practice be-
tween Ist and 7th of July; see advertisement
Audreys Irving Sanatorium. 900 Eddy st.
DR. WONG HIM,
HERB DOCTOR.
Perraanentlv Located
12GS O'FarrcU »t.. bet. Gough and Octavia. .
DR. ALBERT W. KIRK. eye. ear, nose and
throat 2127 Fillmore St.; hours 9 to 12. 1927
Francisco St.. Berkeley; hours 3 to 5.
BILL, DR. PHILIP A.— Office 175U Union st;
hours 2 to 4. 7 to 8; tel. West BTTKI; residence,
2U90 Filbert st ; tel. West CO2S. \u25a0 -' : . -,-
DR. M. KROTOSZTXER, DR. W. P. WILLARD.
2G72 i'lne et.. near Dflvlsadero; bonrs 1 to. B,
7 to 8: tel. West 2204. \u25a0
DR. ERNEST D. CHIPMAN — 2853 Pacific aye.
Tel. West 1702; hours 11 to 1; diseases of the
sLin. > '\u25a0' .:-.
DR. T. E. BAILLY. formerly of 502 Sutter St..
1017 Fillmore st; hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 8;
tel. West 216.
DR. FRANK R. DRAY. 2353 Pacific aye.. near
Flllmore; hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; tel.
West 1702.
DR. WM. A. MARTIN, oculist, aurist, formerly
Spring Vafley building: residence 670 Fell st,
bet. Fillmore and Steiner. Tel. Park • 126.
DR. LAWRENCE DRAPER, 2353 Pacific aye.,
near Flllmore; hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m.;
tel. Went 1702. \u25a0 '.'\u25a0\u25a0 '*.-,"/
DR. WM. D. CLARK has returned from Europe;
office 2554 California st ; tel. West 390.
DR. MORItIS UKEZSTELN. 211 « Pacific aye.;
phone West 506; hours 12-1:30. 4-6:30.
DR. J. A. BLACK, eye. ear. throat, neee: 2373
Jackson *t., near Flllmore; 1 to 4; tel.
West 2767. \u25a0 ' . . "
DH. WM. BOERICKE bus returned from Eu-
rope and resumed practice at 1812 Washlngtea
St.. S. F. ; hours 1 to 3.
DR. M. W. FREDERICK. 'eye. ear, nose and
throat 2152 Sntter st; hours 1 to 4. "
DR. CAMPBELL FORD, offlce and residence
1153 Devlaadero >t; tel.- Wort. 3ooo.
DR. KAHPAR PISCHEL. eye. ear. ncse, throat.
1817 California st. above Franklin; 1 to 8.
DR. E. F. WEST — Temporary address 118 Con-
. jrress St.. Sau Francisco. ' \u0084
DR. JOHN F. DILLON, offlce and residence 82»
Fell st; hours 2 to 4 and • To H p.- tn.
DR. J. E..AUTIGUES. 2947 Fillmore : St.. • cor.
Union; boars 2 to 4 p. m.
DR.~ A McNElL— Office at 611 Van Ness ave-
nue.
DR. WM. D. McCARTHT, 2504 California st;
1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. ..-
DR. -A. SCHIX)SS. eye, ear. nose. . throat ' XW.
corner Ellis aud Devisadero sts. ,
DR. B. V. ALDEN, chief, surgeon French ,Hoy
pltal. Clement st and Oth aye.; hours 3 te 6.
DR. JOSEPH A. PROSEK— Temporary offlce
820 Steiner ot ' -• \u25a0 . ',\u25a0, \u25a0 ' -
DR. WM. WATT KERR, - offlce and residence
£605 CallfornU at: tel. West 2190. '•-.-.: ,
DR. A. W. FREDERICK, ere. ear. noee and
throat 2152 Sutter at.; hours. I' to 4.-
DR. GEO. GROSS, offlre 1703 O'Farrell etT
toun iO-to 12, 4 to G;rAoat West «003.
THE SAN FKANUISCO CALL, MONDAY, JtTNE 25,- 1906.
PHYSICIAXS— Continued.
DR. C. J. BCHMELZ, 20 Steiner st; offlce
hours 1 to 8. 7 to 3; p.- m. ;-. . --:\u25a0'" .' ':-..-\u25a0'\u25a0
THB McNutt ; Hospital Ib now located at 2511
Pacific- aye.. San : Francisco. : -
DEXTISTS. .
NEW YALE Dental Parlors opened cor. Flllmore
and Turk sts.; open evenings. .
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, formerly 20 O'Farrell
. St., . cor. . Steiner and ; McAllister. . \u25a0
EASY Dental Parlors, formerly 6 Turk at, now
807. Steiner; open evenings.
PAINLESS dentistry — Old estab., honest, rell-
able; reasonable prices ; " perfect work ; free
consultation. VAN VROOM, 1501 Flllmore st,
cor. O'Farrell. ' ' " "
DR. C. HAU.SELT, formerly Gough and McAllls-
ter sts., now 21U \u25a0 Devisadero, between Halght
;-\u25a0 and Waller; honrs 1 to 5.
DR. C. W. DECKER, ~~"
ST7RGEON DENTIST.
- 2115 Bush st.. near Flllmore.
". (Formerly Phelan bldg.. '24 years.) \u25a0
DR. J. W. CREAGH. formerly 1600 Stockton St.,
now 1217 Lincoln aye.. Alameda. '. \u25a0 ..
DR. J. F. TWIST, dentist, formerly Academy of
Scltnces bldg., at 147Q Eddy Bt., near Fillmore
DR. J. HEINO. dentist, formerly of SE. corner
Sixth and Howard sts.; at present at -Mill
Valley.
DR. F. R, STOKES, dtntlr.t: office and residence
432 Lyt>n st.. near Hayes; crown and' bridge
work specialist. "
KNOWLES— Dr. Calvin W. Knowles. Dr. S. E.
Knowles and Dr. W. A, Knowles, dentists, 10-
. cated 2417 Washington st. ;
F. O. BAIRD, P. b. S., ofßce and residence,
2241 Post St., near Devisadero. ' Phone West
2441. ,"-.\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0..•.\u25a0- - \u25a0 \u25a0
DR. C. D. GORTON, dentist, formerly St. Ann's
aßd Jas. Flood bldgs., at 147S Eddy st, cor.
. Flllmore; ' hours 10 to 4.
ALFRED E. BLAKE. M. D., Diseases of Mouth
and Teeth. 1703 O'Farrell at, cor. Flllmoro.
DR. C. L. ZIEGLER, dentist, 1060 Page at. bet.
Devlaadero and Broderick; telephone Park 176.
DR. A. • W. McKENZIE, dentist, has resumed
practice «t 1104 Devisadero st, near Turk. ;
»R. H. J. WARDLAW (dentist). 2510 Wash-
lngton st. - '- \u25a0
BKAGKR, HAROLD L., dentist, 1301 Valencia;
" formerly Starr King bldg. '
PR. W. P. COOL. . dentist. BflO Eddy street
DR. T. K. MOORB. dentist, now at cor. Oxford
and- Addlsou sta.. Berkeley. . .- . \u25a0 \u25a0 .
PR. H. 0. ALLEN',' dentist, 50 Scott st, above
Will»r;-tel. Park 377. -
DR. L. T. CRANZ, Dentist.
. . \u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0- 1742 Hutter st. —
PR. H. G. ALLEN, dentist, 59 Scott- St., above
Waller;. tel. Park 377.
DR. W. A. MEYER of Callaghan bldg., now
2456 Market st; Flllmore-st. cars.
DR. Leand,er Van Orden, Dr. - Geo. N. Van Or-
den, dentists, 2417 Washington st. \u25a0
C. H. JURGENS. D. D. S., 1116 Broadway,
Oakland ; telephone Oakland 3547.
DR. HERBERT BOYES. Dentist, 801 Van Ness
aye., cor. Eddy st. ; tel. Emergency - 135.
DRS. Stlekel and Taylor, dentists, formerly 1004
Market St.. now .1800- Geary. - : \u25a0 :
DR. PERKINS (Now York dentist) of 6th st. la
at 1102 Valencia, cor. Twenty-second.
DR. G. S. BACKMAN, dentist, resumed prac-
tice, 2240 Bush et. near Fillmore.
F. KESELLNG, dentist, of 119 Third st, now
2977 23d St., cor. Harrison: ,
DR. L. C. HELLER, dentist,' 2127 Flllmore st.
.near California; formerly over Emporium.
Dr! KNOX, dentist, 1882 Geary st; all work
first-class; prices low.
DR. Jerome C. Carroll, dentist, 1776 O'Farrell
st, near Flllmore; formerly Phelan bldg.
DR. IRA O. LEEK— AII kind* of dental work.
515 Flllmore st., near Oak. -
CLYDE PAYNE has resumed practice of dentls-
try at. 3090 Clay st.. near Baker. \u25a0
_ EDUCATIOXAL.
MISS 1,. JENSEN, formerly teacher of art
needle -com at the Emporium, is doing stamp-
ing and designing lessons in all kinds of em-
bro'dery. 909 Ellis Bt . . \...j
A— Remember, that Clement Bennett, U. S.
official rep., sends his son to Gallagher-Marsh
Bus. College, ,V) 6 Devisadero st.; go there your-
self; get the. best. - '
PRESIDIO Height* Private School. * 314 Cherry
at., will reopen Monday, June 25. 1906. For
Information add. MISS ELIZABETH CRANE.
A. F. WO BUIE3. teacher of violin, cornet, cello,
mandolin and .. guitar. ' Headquarters 1165
O'Partell St.; pupils kindly Bend present. ad-
dresses. ' % \u25a0-" . . ',
HEALD'S Bu-inpss College, 1451 Franklin St.,
S*. F. ; Oakland branch. Bacon block. For in-
format^>n add. E. P. HEALD, San Francisco.
PROF. T. A. ROBINSON desire* his student! in
bookkeeping. English, math.; etc., to report at
DR. LEEK'S dental office, Cl 5 Flllmore st.
VAN DEB NAILLEN'S Engineering. School now
open in all' branches at Fifty-first »t. and
Telegraph are., Oakland.
A— METROPOLITAN (Calif.) business, stenogr.
col., 925 Golden Gate aye. ;• best positions • In ;
the greater city. .
iicNEILL Teachers' Agency, Is now located at
2048 Center st, Berkeley ; tel. Berkeley 1594.
FI£K Teachers' Agency. BOYNTON &. ESTER-
LV, Berkeley, phone Berkeley 1C79.
ELOCUTION, drawing and painting; 50c a les- j
son. King Bland Art Shop, Hafght and Devis-
adero sts. \u25a0 "' - ' \u25a0 '
KENT Law School; day and night. 599 Birch
aye., % near Octavla st. .-. j
At work pow In pleasant quarters. S. F. Busl-
nesa College. 783 Flllmore st
FLY, FLEA AXD AXT KILLER.
FLIES carry disease; buy fly- dope; the' greatest
fly sail Insect killer in tbe world; sure catch
on any old paper, cloth, board or tin: a child
can use it; non-poisonous; special dopes. for.
orchard, vineyard and garden; always fresh;'
sold In cans, 15c, 25c and f»Oc. U. S.. Insect
Exterminator Co.. 3311 Twentieth at, cor.
Folsom. Live agents wanted everywhere. -
FURXITURE FOR SALE. "
HOUSEHOLD furniture, beds, bedding, carpets,
etc., formerly used in the- Albany Hotel,- will
be offered at private sale on the premises. Fif-
teenth and Broadway, Oakland, between the
hour* or 11 and 12 o'clock a. in. and 2 and 3
o'clock p. m. each -day until further notice;
those calling early will be able to make, the
best selections. • '
CARLOAD each cheap Iron beds." wires, top mat-
tresses, of nee desks. HOLMES BROS., 1347
Webster, fe*. F.
SFCOND-HAND furniture for sale; cheap. 755
Sixth aye., near Fulton st. ';
FUR.VITURE, carpets, lace curtains, dishes; flat
to let, 6 rpoms. 1049 Golden Gate aye.
FURNlTURE.' bedding;' all new;low prices. Cor-
ner Eleventh and Franklin sts.. Oakland.
SIG stock new and used furniture. McRAE FUR-
yiTURK CO., 13T.QA Webster st . •
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
FOR Sale— -Oakland; $350; furniture of 5-roomed
fiat, -for rent; elegant furniture; carpets equal
to new. See 11. SCHELI.HAAS, tlm Furniture
Dealer, 408 Eleventh st./ * .: •- - - - -
SPECIAL today for bargains in furniture. H.
SCHELLHAAS, 11th st, corner store, Oakland.
> P FURXITURE -WANTED, '
D. :L.: L. MAYERS, appraiser and buyer of furni-
ture, carpets, etc. ; spot cash; highest prices.
Qgtce 1301 Octavla st; phone. West 3529. : v > :
J. H. WILEY pays highest price for second-hand
_ furniture^ jg-, Fourteenth ft. pear Market." :
PIXANCIAL.V
WANTED— A party * with $15.000 ' to $18,000 •in
an established manufacturing business.
dress A. 8., bor 511, Call offlce. .
HORSES AXD WAGONS. '
S. F. CARRIAGE CO.— Assortment : of new and
second-band wagons,', buggies. \u25a0' carts, ?\u25a0 surreyu,
team harntas.' 355 .Valencia gt."- - ... .;..•;
FOR sale— Bay mare; good traveler:' lady- can
'drive; weight 1000 lbs. 474 Edwards tit., Oak-
land. ';;:. \u25a0 ;-- ;. ..v-/ : ,v.s:. : \u25a0 '•; ;-. • \u25a0 ;. \u25a0 ;• \
CARRIAGE teams, surrey, trap :• and saddle
liomee. PR. QUINLAN,- veterinary surgeon,
2 1»0 Market st. . \u25a0: -.;\u25a0 - -."."..•;.>\u25a0'.
FOR sale— Laundry wagon: I cheap. 1370- Elev-
e nth aye.. Sunset District \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -: .- . -..;
DRESSMAICIXG—MILLIXERY. \u25a0\u25a0'.'. r i
McDOWELL Dressmaking and i Millinery; School,
temporarily V at , 1018 Washington st; Oak-
\u25a0 land; Cal. --•\u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0 \u25a0"-.-: \u25a0-\u25a0-.--. -:--^-. •-. ;\u25a0 --;„,' :-^ : ..
' GLASSVAXDGLAZIXG. , -
GLASS and Glazing— Leave" your? orders" and : they
• will-; receive "\u25a0 prompt attention. GREGORY &.'
C 0.." Van Ness ave.- and -Market st. ; •
- , TRUSSES. 1 - ;•
TRUSSES. 4 ' bandages,'- elastic hoslerx. -'- F. 'P.
' WEAEKIND, 2006 Sutter it. _ --
CLAIRVOYAXTS.
AA— "\u25a0 Always Consult the; Best. ;-
'-"Prof. Nlblo. -\u25a0
Readings ?I—*l—sl. •-
Prof; -xiblo,- clairvoyant,-^ has J- warned 5 , the i
\u25a0 public \u25a0of San \u25a0 Franoioco • for years ?• of : the j
earthouake of l!)06; -Prof.' Nlblo is now located
at . 1221>; Broadway,. Oakland, * Cal,,: where be
will, be pleased to meet his clients and . many
friondn. -\u0084-\u25a0 ; -
. Greatest' living : astral . dead-trance clair-
voyant of the age; advises on business and all
. affaire 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 tho ' separated ; gives secret power to
control; no long- delays 'in -waiting; , readings
daily, 10 a.m. ;to 8 p. , m. ; open all day Sun-
day. Permanently located 1229 Broadway.
V*--" 1229 Broadway, Oakland, 'Cal.
'• •> V Prof. Nlblo: . •
PROF. 7 NIBLO.
MISS ZEMDAR, young, gifted clair. nnd palm.,
has second sight; a wonderful prophetess; L.,
50c; G. $1. 1142 Turk Bt, near Buchanan.
MME. BERNARD, clairvoyant, formerly 17
Third st; now located at residence, 1393
O'Farrell st. ; friends? please call. -
MRS. SHAFFER, permanently located 607 17th
St., . Oagland ; 9-0; open Sunday.
MRS. BROWN, card reader,' formerly 67 Sixth
st, now at 812 Page Bt y X
MISS 8.. GRANT,' card reading, now located at
824 Laguna Bt. room 20.
SPIIUTUALIS-»i.
A LADY gifted with healing quality and clair-
voyance can be consulted at residence, 1254
Clay st. Oakland,- room '3; , hours 12 m.
. to 5 p. m. . \u25a0
MRS. SEAL, spiritual rn«dlum; readings daily,
MO Flllmore ; st, clr. Thursday, 8 p. m.
EARLE— Oakland, corner 10th and Telegraph
aye., The Roglyn. hours 9to 5. . .
CHIROPODISTS.
DR. G. KOENIGSTEIN, formerly 120 Kearny
st, graduated aurgeon chiropodist, now : lo-
cated at Cornell's Baths, 1416 Sutter st. near
Franklin.
DR. CARL DEHMEL, chiropodist, of 30 Post
ft. S. F., now, Oakland, lOCS Washington st.
DR. O. L. GROGGEL, chiropodist, of Mutual
Bank bldg.. at 232 ft Pine fit.
DR. DUNCAN, isurceon chiropodist, formerly
206 Kearny, now 2024 Sutter. st
DR. JAS. BUOWN. expert chiropodist, at Em-
porium, Van Ness and. Post.
DR. LEVY; chiropodist, 1333 Ellis, formerly 111
Eddy ; extracts corns, 2.1 c
DR. 8. RUTHERFORD LEVY, chiropodist, St.
Ann's bldg., now 901) Eddy st '
CARPET CLEAXIXG.
S. -F. Compressed Air Clenniug Co. cleans car-
pets anil rugs on floor, without removal; wag-
ons saved; no interruption of business. Tem-
porary ofßce. 202S Steiner Rt; phone West 5603
ALL READY for business : Pioneer Carpet Clean-
ing Works, temporary offlco Oil Golden Gate
aye. ; pliuhe Tark r.Ol. J. SPAULDING & CO.
ALL- carpets, mattresses and furniture promptly
cleaned and renovated; The Rlghtway Co.,
ISO 7 Harrison st. ; tol. Special 202.
CARPETS cleaned. 4c yard; laid sc; flrst-class
work. GISSLOW'S C. C. CO., 1045 Sanchez.
JOHN WATTS, reliable carpet cleaning, alter-
lng. renovating and Jaylng. 537- Waller Bt
MITCHELL'S Pioneer Carpet Cleaning- Works,
offlce 3747 17th st Seflrt postal.
CONKLIN BROS.' Carpet Cleaning Works, 1331
Scott st.
• EMPLOYMEXT OFFICES.^
RELIABLE Japanese and Chinese employment
office, Oscar Hatsuml, 315 Stockton, moved to
1513 Geary, furnishes best help of all kinds
with care and dispatch. ' 1513 Geary. 1 Tel.
West 50S8. * ;\u25a0
A — OLDEST, largest Japanese-Chinese einp. of-
fice; furn. all kindß of reliable help. George
Sakauye, 1153 D Turk (formerly Post and Ma-
son); tel. ; West ' sCl2>^ .
THE Oriental Labor Council — Reliable \nd ex-
perienced help always snpplled. 1760 Sutter st.
JAPANESE and Chinese Erap. offlce, 2035 Sac-
ramento St. Tel. . West 804. \u25a0
JAPANESE A. B. Honsecleanlng Co. All kinds
help. Tel. West 5149. 1311 Eddy st.
EMPLOYMENT WAXTED— FEMALE.
GERMAN woman, with boy aged 0, went tbroujrh
big city lire aad lost husband, wishes. position
as cook, camp or ranch. Call- or write 51. St.
P. R. IL. 8125" East 14th st.* Frultvale, Cal.
YOUNG lady stenographer desires a situation;
Smith operator; will. work for small salary;
good character; state particulars. Address ' J.
DENIER, GeneraL Delivery. 8. F. ; . .
COMPETENT Swedlshlady with a child wishes
position as working housekeeper;' good man-
ager; country preferred: flrst-cla*s references.
\u25a0 1 - Cottage row,' off Sutter st
A COMPETENT German woman wants washing
and ironing by ' the day ;< no postals. Call at
2213 .Hutter st . .
WANTED— By an' Eastern woman position as
housekeeper; reliable reference. Box 6575, Call.
EMPLO YMEXT WAXTED-MALE.
WANTED — By young man, law school graduate,
(i years' experience managing clerk for referee
in bankruptcy in metropolitan city, . proposition
for association on salary or partnership hauls:
# thorough knowledge of bankruptcy law and
nractice;. experience in general practice - New
York State: credential*. It J. M., The Ross-
more, 911 C st. Tacoma. Wash. \u25a0
PAINTER, tln*r, first-class all-round man,
wishes situation; reasonable: sober; city or
country. Address box 2574, Call office.
PAINTER and paperhanger will work reason-
ably; have all tools. Painter, 234 Halght st.-.-..,
GOOD carpenter wishes work by day or contract
Address box 2537, Call offlce.
JAPANESE boy would like to do housework in
city: please call at 315 Oak St.; tel. Fell 8251.
-,M.-. FRANK.'
JAPANESE boy wants to work between 1 and 8
o'clock. HASHIMOTO, 1203" San Pablo aye.,
Oakland.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE.'
OFFICE hours, 9 a.' m.to 5 p. m. \u25a0 .
A cook for n restaurant, $10 a week. -
\u25a0 A dishwasher, same place, $1 a day."
A cook and second girl,' same house. $30-$25.
A cook for a board ing-house, City, J35.
A 'cook and laundress, 2 in family, |30."
A 'cook and second girl, small family, $30-.?25.
A flrst-class cook, swnll boarding-house, $50.
A second girl for small family, $25.
20 housework girls for country, 530,.525, S2O.
MISS PLUNKETT, 2413 California st. near
Fillmore. ,' . ' . v i.
TWO waitresses, same commercial hotel in coun-
try. 525. fare paid. MISS ELUNKETT, 2413
California st, near Flllmoro. V .
100 PRETTY girls; abort hours; permanent posi-
tion of responsibility; \u25a0- splendid opportunity.
Apply UENSLEY-GREEN CO., White Garage,
1750 Market St., cor. Van Ness aye., this morn-
ing from lO.to 12, or, tomorrow, -10 to 12. : ;
COOKS, waiters, -\ girls for .general housework,
nursegirls, all kinds of help, male and female.
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 967%
. \u25a0 Clay M. v .'\u25a0 , -.; .. ;.: . ', -. \
COMPETENT clrl to do plain cooking and some
. ; house-work ; $25. \u25a0\u25a0 214 ' Spruce st. ; take Sacra-
mento-st. \u25a0 cars. ; \u25a0'\u25a0-_.: - » > -\u25a0\u25a0 ..-.:• \u25a0\u25a0-
LEVI STRAUSS & CO. 'S overall operators report
\u25a0at once Tenth and Clay sts.,. Oakland; factory
In operation. . ", .'"
FINISHER, wanted, on custom coats; steady
\u25a0 work; gowl pay. 1805 EUis Bt ';. \u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0.
WANTED — An . experienced lady ' bookkeeper. 29
.; Stockton ;\u25a0 st. •'\u25a0•;>.,-'.. ' " '-'•'.'.; ":'- \u25a0-:" '•-\u25a0 \u25a0' ...*-- ,-v,
FIRST-CLASS pants flnlsher»; good wages. .820
.Lacuna: st. between 7 Hayes * and Grove. .
OPERATORS on cloaks wanted. -. M. SIMINOFF,
. 536 McAllister st. . entrance . Locust aye. .:
PICK hops In August; a profitable and enjoyable
.- outing. \u25a0" \u25a0..-\u25a0:• ..:-.;^~. .-' '-.\u25a0...-• • .--..- \u25a0 |
- B ARDERS -AND SUPPLIES.
BARBER wanted' at once; wages $20 per week;
. must : be first class. - H. A. GOEHRING, Bed
, Bluff. Cal. . \u0084-;-\u25a0;•-.- ;-\u25a0;/\u25a0'\u25a0*;:\u25a0- -.-'\u25a0;.\u25a0\u25a0-"\u25a0>.:, j
BAUBEItS' Protective Union has established - a
' temporary : employment \u25a0• offlce , nt ". 1457 ; Octavla
\u25a0 St., corner Post -'"^ \u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0 : .
FOUR-CHAIR barper shop \u25a0 for sale, with ' long
lease; low rent; rooms for baths;. near Flllmore
' st COLEMAN'3 Exchange,; 1237 McAllister..;
FOR I sale— -2-chalr s barber .: shop ; \ well % located ••• in
' Oakland ; : lease ; a i snap ; = going away. ? Address
". 104 j Eleventh at..? Oakland. - ::.- ~ v ; ' '
BARBER supplies ; new . stock ;• razors, strops,
soap, - clippers, \ shears. ; A. & J. ; LEVIN, - 1211 !
\- Flllmore at. ,-. • t. - \u25a0''-'•
WANTED — First-class barber: "steady.' Apply
, 1704 Laguna' St.; -near Sutter. I"
BARBER wanted.. 123S. Flllmore st.
WANTED— First-class barber. ; Call : 1204 Valen-
•"clajßf- ;..\u25a0:,. : \u25a0>- .--. \ .-'... .. .. \u25a0 - ",.:; U\^-;. .. '
FOR sale^-2-chalr shop ;i good -location and lease.
3218 Adeline stti South Berkeley. ; • r~ \u25a0-.: ;
TH REE-CHAIR shop i and : living-rooms • for sale.
-,'\u25a0; 1062: McAllister jst.'. :\u25a0 -:. '-\u25a0:.;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-. ; -.-\u25a0-.\u25a0:. \u25a0-'.-'.\u25a0-.-; >
BARBER: shops, : all \u25a0 descriptions. < bonght, I sold.
; : COLEMAN'S Exchange,' 1237 McAllister st:
?300— 3-CHAIR Jbtrbc r ". shop \u25a0\u25a0> for f sale. ; COLE-
MAN'S EscUange.r 1=37 McAllister it. ;•: \u25a0;
HELP WASTED- MALE.
MURRAY & READY,; :
\u25a0 'Leading Employment Rnd Labor Agents, '
•Formerly 634-836 Clavsf.S. F. '
" NOW .LOCATED AT
460 Sixth st, Oakland.
Phone Oakland 73(11. _ j \u0084
. San Francisco Office Located •1 1 <\u25a0\u25a0 ;
. ,- " v Tenth and Market sts. ' .':J.3V
COME HOME— COME HOME
TO- SAN * FRANCISCO TO SLEEP.
I MURRAY & ItEADY have opened their first
worklngman's lodging-house, with 300 beds.
Tenth and Market streets, S. F., and the;
price is \ only 25 cents . per night.
- .We are going to do something else for you.
MUttRAY. & READY.
Tenth and' Market sts.,
_ San Francisco.-
HERE IS MORE NEWS FOE YOU.
MURRAY & READY'S OBTICES
; • .-- - Aro- Located at
Tenth and Market sts., San FranclaeeV
Cal. .
t 409 Sixth 6t., near Broadway, Oakland,
Cal. \
1021 Fourth st, bet J and X, SacranMßts,
Cal. .
Bird & Hutoon's, opposite Courthouse, • Or»-
• ville, Cal.
Will open this week Bakersfleld. Cal.
Will open tomorrow Stockton, CaL ." v
127 and 129 S. . Los Angeles st. Lot Aa-
geles. Cal.
Will open 2 weeks in' El' Paso. Texam.
Will open 2- weeks in New i Orleans, Louis-
iana.
YOU GET FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM
ALL ABOVE OFFICES. .
" TO THE NORTH. •
FREE FARE . . . FREE FABE
TO THE GREAT
.'..... . . . .MOUNT SHASTA .T.'.^
Shasta J Co. Weed Siskiyou Co.
FREE FARE. "
200 laborers, steady work, $40 and found,
straight time.
200 laborers, $2.25 day.
100 teamsters, 2 and 4 horses, $2 te $2.25
day. j
Drillers, rockmen, blacksmiths, cooks, etc.
FREE FARE. SHIP TONIGHT.
WASHINGTON. RIPARIA.
IDAHO. , LEWISTON.
$9.75 — That's all It costs you— s9.73 — That's
\u25a0 all:
500 men for railroad work that is being done
in Washington and Idaho;' laborers, rockmen.
drillers, $2.25 day and up. We ship daily
via Portland, Riparia. Fare and fee $9.75.
Are You Going?
. TO THE BEAUTIFUL
YOSEMITE VALLEY.
800 laborers, $67.50.
200 drillers and rockmen, $75.
100 trackmen, gplkers, trackmen, $75.
Special reduced fares — 2 years* job.
YOU KNOW ABOUT
THE NEW AND GREAT
WESTERN" PACIFIC R. It.
We will ship you to work — Free Fare.
5000 teamsters, laborers, drillers, rockmen,
' machine drillers, etc., $2 to $2.75 and $3 day.
Work from Oakland to Beckwlth.
Pass. \u25a0—\u25a0'.- -.-• I
FREE FARE.
200 laborers, extra ganj3 and section work,
north and south. \u25a0 <
MURRAY & READY.
4«9 Sixth st. . Oakland.
~~ CARPENTERS.
CARPENTERS.
H>; : CITY AND COUNTRY.
,10 . carpenters, company work, building cot-
tages and buakhoiiaes, $105 month; 6 carpen-
ters, factory work, fare 30c, $3.50 day; 250
carpenters in San Francisco and Oakland, $2.50
to $4.50 day; 10 carpenters, long Job, San Luis
Oblspo Co., house work, $3.50 day; 20 car-
penters, bl*r lumDer co., rough work, $105
month; 6 carpenters, Mendoclno Co.. lumber
co.; 4 carpenters, mines; 10 car builders and
repairers, $3.50 day; steady Jobs.
BLACKSMITHS.
BLACKSMITHS. BLACKSMITHS.
Blacksmith, R. R. camp, free fire, - IS.fiO day;
blacksmith and toolsharpener, mine, $90; black-
smith, ranch, $50 and fd., $1 fare; blacksmith.
orchard. Alameda, 940 and fd.; 2 blacksmiths,
no shoeing, Ktn Francisco, $3.50; blacksmith,
factory, $;$ day; blacksmith, mine, $3.50; 65
blacksmiths for shops/ ranches, sawmills,
mines, quarrlen, etc., $2.60 to $4 day.
MECHANICAL.
4 machinists, country, erecting work, $3.50 day;
machinist, Napa Co.,- $3.50 day; donkey en-
?lneer. $00 and fd. : 4 painters, . country job,
Cfe.fare, long Job, $4 day; bollermakcrs, mine
co., $3.75 day,' 5 cabinetmakers. $3.25 to $3.50
day: 2 machine hands, planing mill, shaper
hands, tenoner hands, cement and concrete
finishers, 10 Iron molders, woodturner, pattern
makers, experienced sewer pipe layer, good
wages; wire mattress weaver, wagon maker
and. wheelwright, good wares; 2 harness mak-
ers, country Job : sheet iron workers.
LEVERMAN. DREDGER.
Leverman, clam shell dredger, to go south;
fare paid: $75 and found.
Millwright, country factory, $3.50 day.
MURRAY & READY,
. 460 Sixth street. Oakland.
TO THE MINES. "
Gold and Silver. ...... .\ Coal and Copper
140 machine miners, \u25a0 different mines, $3 to
$3.00 day. . - \u0084 \u0084•_,'.> ". - .
373 miners, hand work, different mines, $2.73
to $3 day. - - . •
170 raurkers, $2.50 day; 870 laborers, $2 to
52.50 day.
42 carmen, different mines, $2 tn $2.50 day.
100 young. men to learn mining, $2 to start
with. .
75 smelter laborers, 575: 25 laborers to sort
ore acd unload cars. $2.50 day.
• -The above work Is located In the following
counties: Shasta, Sinkijati, Amador, "Tnolumne,
Trinity, Solano, Sonoma, Santa Clara, Ala-
meda. Sntter, Calaveras, Butte,' Tehama and
Monterey.
•-.--. FARMS AND DAIRIES.
* Hay and harvest hniuN; hay balers.
250 haymakers, different part, $1.73, $2 to
$2.25 day and found.
ISO harvest hands, different counties, $1.75 to
$2.50 and found.
Sack sewers, thrashing crews; 100 hay balers.
$2.50 to. $4 day and fd.; 80 farmers, ranch
-band*, general teamsters, for steady Jobs in
orchards, vineyards, nurseries, etc., $25 to $40
and found.
: 57- milkers, different dairies, $33 to $40 and
. ' found.
• 3 butter makers, $40 and found;. .Bs chore-
men and - choreboys. . private places, ranches.
Jl5, 520, $30 to- $4O and fonnd; city and
country.
DRILLERS AXD ROCKMEN.
257 drillers and rockmen, open cut and quarry
work, also for tunnels,. $2.50 to $3 day; lot of
them. Free fare. . .
MARRIED HELP.
Cook and wife, country boarding-house. $100
and found: laborers and wife for mine, see
boss here; - cook and. wife for mine,* good
wages; laundryman and wife, close by, $20
week; fl • farmers and wives, $50 to $60 and
found; milker and wife, fare $l,$GO and fd.
'SAILORS,
FIREMEN AND OILERS.
• 40 sailors, $50 nnd found: 20 firemen, $50 and
found; 10 oilers, $45 and found; waiters, cooks,
stewards, etc., for steamers; Inquire about
this work; steady positions. \u25a0
. MURRAY & READY, ."
* I 4G9 Sixth st, Oakland.
SAWMILLS AND WOODS. : ~
. YARDS.
TO THE
BEAUTIFUL MENDOCINO AND
.-. HUMBOLDT COUNTIES.
• YOUR FARE PAID.
\u25a073 laborers for sawmills * and woodn. Hnm-
.' boldt Co., fare paid, . $45 and fd. ; 120 labor-
ers'and swampers for Mendoclno Co., fare
\u25a0j paid, $R5 to $40 and fd. ; laborers : and . woods-
men for big mills.', north, \u25a0 ?00 to $75 and.fd.;
lOilumbr pliers, lumber company, north, $75;
screw tenders, carriage setters, tree fellers,
; edgermen, planer men", doggers, crosscut • saw-
„'; ycrsand^ all classes of help for mills, yards
and woods; big- wages. . : r • <
LABORERS. AND TEAMSTERS. :
WAREHOUSE AXD FACTORY WORK.
i 20 teamsters, Oakland and Berkeley. $2.50 day.
25 teamsters for San Francisco. $2.50 day.
150 scraper and wagon teamsters in and near
City," $2.25 ; to ; $2.50 . day. ; * .
2 lumber : wagon teamsters, S. F., $2.50 day.
\u25a010 teamsters, . board: In hotels, -.free fare, $2.50
i -day.-; .\u25a0 ;-,.-;" \u25a0'.- '.. :\u25a0 \u25a0- . ' I
100 laborers, \u25a0 factory, fare paid, . steady Job,
" $07.50.,' . ' .•• - • .
15 ) laborers,, warehouse wort in S. F., $2.50
=--day. -\u25a0 .- /.---.\u25a0.\u25a0 \u25a0-. \u25a0 •'\u25a0\u25a0•-. :.".'.-\u25a0-..
20 \u25a0 laborers, ' nnload cars in Oakland, $3 day.'
750 '= laborers \u25a0 in - San Francisco, clear away
debris, help carpenters and help build up- New
Frisco,- $2.25 to ;$2.60 day. •> , : !
-1500 -laborers for'- factories,- mills, warehouses ;
and - general . work, .in and around city and
: country, ' steady Jobs, $2 to $3 day.fOO to $75
mouth. jirtTiii ifnf i iTf nTimujWftiiiiifikws itfTWJhirfin
MURRAY :& READY.
. . 4GO Sixth st. Oakland.
READ THESE, v.
U . - YOURS IS HERE.
MISCELLANEOUS.
1 Clerk; general merchandise store. $1 fare, $S0;
handy man around 'summer resort' $35 and fd.;
; milk : wagon driver. Oakland. $Go.' '
v; -\u25a0:-.;;.\u25a0 STABLE.MEN. .
. 60 stablemen. . hostlers, " buggy .'• washers, • etc.T
- livery, and -private places. • city ' and country.
$35 to - $60 and fd. :\u2666; fireman, for * mine. $50
.; snd -\ti.; ,10 *boys< for .box- factories, SO -to
. $12 ,week;-; Janitor, .company building.-' near
-: city, $12 week; bos nailer: man to drive water
V wagon, ?. Oakland. • $10 :\u25a0- week ; .porter. :" country
£-\ hotel ; \u25a0 plumber,' OaV land ; • 10 young men around
...- planing, mills, $2 day. v '\u25a0\u25a0- * : \u25a0-;-
V-'.' MURRAY &\u25a0 READY.
\u25a0 460; Sixth st. Oakland.,',
' hotels department. •-\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0,-
cooks, ; waiters.-- kitchen* \u25a0 help,
bellboys. 'porters. '.. j . > ;
. bakers,;, butchers.
29 cooks for. hotels and restaurants, city and
country, $35 to? s7o, and fd.'. ..
T "l4iwaltcrs."tliotels <and " restaurants, city and
. eountry,ls3oito $40 nmi:fd.
".'l2; camp cooks,' cooks for ranches,' hay presses,
wages $30 :to$SO nnd fd. :.;.; ,
"-15 camp! waiters aud flunkeys, some. free fare,
v: $30 and ' $.1.-.. - . -
\u25a0\u25a0 40 •: dishwashers.' •\u25a0 kitchen - h«nd«. . vegetablemen.
•etc.. -city and country,! s2o to $33. and fd. ; :
fl porters. -,10;bellbo.v»,iS:eleva tor boys. ; .
.4 bakers' helpers.: s3o ito;slo and' fd; . 4 butch-
" ers.i 3 -bakers, housemen.' t>orteE«i." \u25a0'•
* - ALL -TOGE THER.*
. COMPANY BOA RDIXC-HODSF".
Cook, $00 and fU.; 2<l, $40 and fd; 3 waiters,
HELP WANTED — • 31 ALE — Continue**
$30 and fd.;* good jobs. I* .' ,
v Any position advertised from onr Oakland
BfOce can be obtained \u25a0, at our San Francisco
offlce. ; MURRAY & READY.
,460 SUtU'st. Oakland.
, Los Angeles office located at 127-129 South
Los Angeles st. Orovllle offlce. opposite Court-
house. Sacramento office. 1021 Fourth »t. San
Francisco offlce. Tenth and Market ats.
COSTIGAN & CO.'S Employment Agencies.
SAN FRANCISCO - OFFICE located at 1213
EDDY ST. PHONE WEST 1798.
OAKLAND OFFICE: -^
458 SIXTH ST. \u25a0 Phone OAKLAND 271.
Free Fare— Special Shipments— Free
Weed — Siskiyou County— Weed.
FREE FARE— WYOMING.
Wyo.—Gienn C«.. Wyo.— S. P. Co. Work.
FREE FARE— ITALIANS ONLY
For Sissons. Ashland. Yreka and
Klamath F.->W.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* SOUTH— FREE FARE — SOUTH.
Santa Crux — Muckers tor tunnel, $2.
San Luis Oblspo, Santa Barbara and Burb*n_.
Free Fare — Caspar— Mendoclno Co.
Saw Mill*. Yards; Woods— Ship Today.
FREE FARE TO EUREKA.
Saw Mills, Yards. Woods— Ship Toda*
CARPENTERS.
Bridge carpenters for Banta Cms, $3.50.
Rough carpenters for Santa Crua. $3.
Carpenters for San Francisco, Oakland and
Oroville. -
AT RED CROSS Employment Agenoy— Back to
the old street, 60S Clay st. Open for bnslness
Monday; our bulldlnc finished.
COMB AND SEE US.
WTO. — GLBNN CO. — FREE FARE. -
Teamsters and laberers, $2 $2.25 day. •^C.^-
Carpeaters, $4 day. .-•..#»-.:';
Machinists, $3.50 day. " *~ .
Car repairers, $3 day. :\u25a0.'•;§
Young men. box factory, 22*4 a hotuL »\u25a0>.•;
Machine miners, $3 day. /7-Sfj'S:
Single hand miners, J3 day. J v*±l
Muckers, mine, $2.50 day. i&.fi C r\ l .
Hooktender, $3 day. IXttS-.rW
Wheelwrights, $75 month aa<J f4#>V 4 ;*;K
Blacksmiths. $3.50 to $4 day.- '>'..-
Laborers. $2.25 to $2.00 day. _". tfU-
LABORERS. SUGAR FACTORTft V
Free fare. $2 day. i^ .
Teamsters, $2.50 day. . i>^
Plenty of work, light and heavy. -a
\u25a0Free Sleeping Quarters.
• Bring Your BlaoXet*. _-__\u25a0«
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AGB^Ct*Jf •
The Old Stand. «0S Clay at., .'
Bet. Kearny and Montgomery Sta>
WANTED — 1000 men for permanent empleyaeat
on steam schooners, coastwise trade. •"
Sailors, $45 to $50 per month and found.
Firemen. $50 per month aad found; mestl7-«U
burner*. '. \u25a0- . " ...
- Stewards, $70 per month and fennd.
Cooks, $(55 to $70 per month and found.
Galleymen, $30 per month and found.
Sabinmen, $30 per month and found,
vertlnie to sailor* and firemen. 50c per oonr.
Overtime shall be considered all work cone
after 5 p. m. and before 7 a. m. on workaayi.
on Sundays or holidays," all national holidays
and all State holidays in States whereveesel
may be at the time. Apply W. B. BWEAB&.
Pacific Mall Dock.
ANDRE'S New Offlce. 957 Franklin St. Oak-
land.— Wanted: chef cook, country. $.5; fry
cook. $20 a week; boarding-house cook. $40;
waiters for country hotels and clubs. $30 to $30;
milker, make butter. $30 and found; coachman
and do chores, $35; lunch counter man, $«*>;
bedmaker. country. $23. etc. '
WANTED — All sailors, firemen and marine
cooks and stewards, and 'all other working-
men to know that there is a lockout of the
maratime unions In San Francisco. Working-
men stay away and be not deceived. All
kinds of misrepresentation is bemg used to
get men on board of vessels. The following
n»te wns found in a bottle in the Bay of
San Francisco: "Shanchaied; help. I am held
a prisoner on the steam schooner 'Rainier.'
Signed Clarke." ANDREW TUBCSETH,
Chairman Joint Executive Committee.
WANTED— Good advertising solicitor: one fa-
miliar with the State preferred: good refer-
ences as to ability and character reQnlred: to
such a man a good lucrative position Is ©pen.
Address box 503, Call ofllce.
WANTED — Good bench foreman for planing mllL
Address Santa Clara Valley Mill and Lumber
Co., San Jose.
WANTED — Young man for bill cler^- In large
wholesale house; must be quick and good pen-
man, accurate flgurer; state age. JJ«'* > » C^
and salary expected. Address bor 6575. tall
offlce. Oakland. \ -
WANTED — Salesman for retail store; one ex-
perienced In groe«rlee ' or ' crockery preferred:
give references, experience and wages exepct-
ed. Apply box 2587. Call offlce.
ATTENTION! W. D.' Ewer St Co., employment
agents, formerly 610 Clay st. San Francisco,
are temporarily located at 40S Sixth it., Oak-
land; phone Oakland 7298. . '
MEN wanted— Wages paid while learning bar-
ber trade; sign up at once and.be one to move
in our own building; former students, report.
Moler System College, 8-10-12 Fell, cor. Market
FIRST-CLASS salesman wanted; most have ref-
erences and be well experienced la the busi-
ness. Apply CHAS. LYONS, Ix>— on Tailor.
1432 Flllmore st. '
WANTED— At once, first-class carpet layer;
must be Al workman and of good habits; ref-
erence!) required; wages $23 a week. Address
LANDER FUR. * CPT. CO., Bntte, Mont.
THE Chinese Employment Bureau of the Belief
Works at the Willows. Lake Merrltt, can sup-
ply all kinds of reliable help. Address 204
• Thirteenth st. Oakland.
FOUR bakers for country: 2 for city; bread
and cakes. Apply GIBBS, 2000 Bush st,
. basement
WANTED immediately— loo men. . pick and
shovel work; -wages $2.50 day. Shasta Power
Company. 1946 Post st. near Flllmore.
WANTED— First-class butcher, young man. for
country; good Job: good wages. MAKTLN' K.
JAGER. 3320 Sixteenth st. . '
A FRENCH or German cook: cafe, in city. $75 a
month. MISS PLUNKETT, 2413 California
St.. neax \u25a0 FlUmore.
WANTED — Router hand and engraver on metal.
Apply AMES HARRIS NEVILLE CO., Clay-
st bulkhead, city.
DENTIST— Good • operator, crown 'and bridge
best . salary In State to good man.
SCHIFFMAN DENTAL CO.. Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED — Laundry man who understands ma-
. chinery. Apply St. Francis Girls* Directory,
\u25a0 Central aye. : and Waller st. \u25a0*\u25a0-;:
COAT, vest and trouser makers wanted. Apply
CHAS. LYONS, The London Tailor, 1433 Flll-
more ;st. near O'Farrell.
AUCTIONEER wanted at once to auction off a
'stock of jewelry. CaU at this ofllce for par-
ticulars. \u25a0 .
WANTED — A man to - work .on farm . and milk
cows.. Apply St. Francis Girls* Directory,
Central aye. and Waller st.
A . GOOD tinner wanted at once: good pay and
steady position. Address J. W. . BRUNNER.
San Mateo. \u25a0. \u25a0 \u25a0
"»ASTED- Two tinners: apply Wright Wire Co..
' new building. Nineteenth and Minnesota sts.
J. BCIIWARTZ.
SHOEMAKERS — Two good men on repairing.
3253 Mission st. '
FIRST-CLASS barber, at 452 Nmth'st.
BOY -to learn tinsmith trade, and one who has
had experience. \u25a0 4164 26th st, near Castro. '
COATMAKF.ns and pantaloon makers wanted at
K. S. BRIDGE CO.. 2220 Webster st
ONE more candymaker; good -alary. KELLER
CANDY CO., 477 Seventh St., : Oakland.
WANTED — A. good waron: blacksmith: steady
work.. Apply to J. O'SHEA. 2030 17th St.
WANTED — 50 . laborers at ' Meßryde's Camp, Pl-
. nole.Cal.; wageg $2.20 and $2.50.
GOOD baster on coats. 1362 Webster St.. rooms
\u0084 .'Land 2. "- ' ;.'-." -' :. ; --.'- > , " \u25a0 ----- --•
WANTED— Finisher and helper, at carriage fac-
: tory. 24 Page st.» near Market \u25a0
FIRST-CLASS plumber's helper, wanted. TIS
" First ' aye., Richmond. - , •
BOY about 15 years: good chance for ailvance-
.ment Box 6994. Call.
PICK " hops , in August; a profitable and enjoy-
r able • outing. . ~ \ .
SHOES - repaired while yoa- wait. 1228 Golden
Gate aye.. near, Flllmore; for. - 105 Third at.
COXTRACT ' WORK "WANTED.
CARPENTER and builder— Estimates given on
-: repairing, and building/ A. FORSTROM. 10«3
Florida . st ; near .Twenty-third. •'\u25a0>. .' -
WANTED — Contract •to -clean brick. Address
J. R. FERRY; box 106. Call.
. TYPEWRITERS AXD SUPPLIES.
WALTER A. SCOTT, ISII Flllmore st. phone
West ' 2093 — Columbia . : Visible T Typewriters;
also remodeled : writers .of : all makes; desks.
chairs,' ; ribbons, paper,: carbon;; expert repaln;
"Smith -Premiers, $30; ' Remingtons, $30; others
: cheaper. 'J*g__BtfMHBHteBPMMM3Mi
THE • TYPEWRITER : EXCHAXOE . Is now at
• mil Golden Gate aye.. with a full stock ; of
: all, kinds 'of r typewriters "at ,. regular prices.
. Rentals and supplies. -3MBK9BMMMHMBI— K
PACIFIC Typewriter 'Co. — San aad
- $75. 193S Flllmore st. .' \u25a0 •-\u0084-.
-r r VETERIXARY HOSPITALS.
IRA BABKERPALZIEL/veterina— dentist, 005
Golden ' Gate ' aye. ; tel. • West 2400. *
• LOST AXD FOUXP.
LOST — Certificates of stock of the E. I. P">P°nt
de Nemours Powder Co.. as fol.owa: t^.ol.
C-23*T. each 2 shares preferred: A-13j. A-I^6.
ench 4 shares common;* standing in ta« name
of C Goecker. Also C-20.1. •! »Uar.» preferred:
C-1655. 50 »bare» preferred: A-120. 4 shares
common; standing la thw namo of I. Janticn.
LOST— On June 13 from 13th and Howard sts..
one dark brown horse, branded C. S. on left
shouhliT- one rubber tire, 4-sprlnK bus-r. red
runnluL-Vear. mnrk^l M-.narcU Stable. No. 3
under cnshlon. Liberal reward will be paid J_
returned to 334 Ha-yon street. <\u25a0
LOST-A passbook wtta tho Hlbernla Saving -T
and £i»an ScKrlety of San Franrisco. tn tba
S«me^?MATILDA C>. SEVERANCE. *Sa_39.
1">74 The finder will please return to baak.
Unless the same is returned within live daji a
new book will be isaued to tlm applicant.
LOST— \ passbook wita the HlbemU Savings
iaaßS_ ge
The finder will plea.w refun t.> bank. Iniess
the same I=. returned wltuta five days a new
book will be Issued to the applicant.
REWARD paid for recovery of l'xht. open four-
wbe-letl wason; front seat higher than rear;
taken from stable. 709 Yen N'es* aye.. d^ta?
flreT paTnted red; black striping: towbe.nl
dash. It. II- SI'KAOUE. Menlo Part. Cal.
LOST-Wednesday evening, a gentleman* heavy
cold rin<- set with two stones. «aPPh»re an 4
dUmonSr'elther on Scott ; st. near Fell or ti
Oolden Gate Park. Liberal roward If re-
turned to 454 Scott st.
LOST-Whtt. Scotch collie d**-*"™ "a l^
right ear stiff. Return to Uammam Bati»»
Geary and Gongh sts. '
LOST— A lady's gold watch. Return to 936 WU-
low st. Oakland, aad reeclve rewaro. mml^ mmt^
OFFICES AXD STORES TO LET.
DOWNTOWN office*. 232 Bush St.. bet. MonS
joinery and Kearny. Apply oa premises beioroj
noon or writ* R. PARDOW. 333 Bush st.
MODERN store, la good location; 2 years' lor.se :
reasonable rent; small bonus accepted. B«S
6577. Call office. Oakland. _^
ROOMS to let for offlco or business purposes^
Apply 2413 California st. near Flllmore.
FILLMOBE, 1912— Offices aad desS room. Ap*
ply 3. t>. RICHARDS. Cat 4. *
DESK ROOM or fine offlce; 1263 Octavia St. Jt p
MATTHEWS. >-fJ
BASEMEVTS TO LET.
LARGE basement to let: suitable for any bust*
nees; prominent location. Apply at am.Ea
BROTHERS. 790 Tnri- st. !<;
SDSNY basement, suitable for workshop: 5 Far*
ren aye., off Eddy, between Pierce and Scott.
BASEMENT to 1-st; rent reasonable. Appl/
2413 California St.. near Flllmoro. \u25a0
FRONT basement. Apnlv 841 Golden Gate av<£
HOTELS AXD AP.iRTME.VTS.
ATOCBOU.
92S ElUast. /
Only half Mock above Van "Cess aye.: «•!#•
flrst-class rooming-house in city: 80 elegantly
furnished suites with private baths, electric*
lights, electric elevator, steam heat, hot and
cold water, telephones: sample rooms foe
drummers; transiwnt trade especially solicited;
rates $1 per day up; take EUIs-st. car at
ferry. *
HOTEL Belvedere, flrst-clas-i accommodations;
30 minutes from San Francisco; reduced rates
since th« fire. MRS. A. T. MOORE, propi
and manager.
HOUSES TO LET.
CLAY. 2733 — S rooms and bath; opposite plaza,
near Scott.
Honse 2811 Jackson st; 8 rooms and bath;
will improve to suit tenant;' noar Devisadero.
Modern hous«, 12 rooms and bcth. 2351 De*
vis.idero St., near Jackson; will fix house to
suit tenant.-
O. K. FRINK. 2f.K Vallejo -t, comer
Scottr phoni» West 1330 fworfclng*.
HOUSES TO LET — FX'JIXISHED.
JACKSON-st fur. residence for rent or to lease,
containing 9 handsomely fur. room 9. Apply on
premises. 3009 Jackson st.. near Baker, only
2 to 4. except Snnday: reasonable.
BERKELEY FURXISHED HOUSES.
FOR rent — Furnish ol house of 7 rooms and bath:
$50; good location, near car line: for 1 or 2
years. LITTLE & WOOLSEY, 2110 Shatf.ick
aye.. Berkeley.
COTTAGES TO LET.
FOB rent — At Capitola. pleasant cottage ot 6
rooms, completely furnished for housekeeping:
3 bedreom.l. bed lounge and folding beds; new
carpets and everything la perfect order: grand
view of water: large porcneo: an ideal place
to spend the summer; "rent $ft) per month. Ad-
rtress P.O. box 275. Capitol w.
Oakland Furalobeil Cotta-cea for Sale.
COTTAGE. S fnrn!3hed rooms, for sale; rent $13.
Owner. 71ft Tw«»nrjr-nlnth st. Oakland.
SUBURBAN COTTAGES WANTED.
WANTED— Ia Larkspur, Sansalito or Belvedere,
a cottage or 3 tents.- 174i> Frjtoa st.
FLATS TO LET.
MODERN flat. 6 snany rooms; reasonable to a
good tenant. 1929 O'Farrell st.
FLATS FOR SALB.
PAGE, 1010 — Sunny upper fiat. T rooms an:"
hath.
FLATS TO LET — FURXTS3IED.
FOR rent — Small, modern furnished flat; reason*
able. -174» Fnlton st. ....
FLATS FOR SALE— FFRVISHED.
COMPLETE* furnished D-room flat, snitabl* foai .
lodglng-hoase: $400; rent $05. 17:%vWaUeB st..^ j
OAKLAND HOUSES.
\u25a0 .
8-ROOM house at 821 Thirty-siith stw lnqulr*
at 172S Seventh st.
ROOMS TO" LET.
TURK. 1205^. near Buchanan — Neat, newly
furnished parlors; also -large alcove room;
bath and gas; gentlemen preferred.
HAIOHT. 1622. near Clayton— Large, suaay bay
whitlow room; runnlnic water; furnished os
unfurnished; also small room.
LARGE, sunny, furnished trout room In gf>od
location, with or without board; reasonable;
party must have good references. Box 512. Call
BARTLETT. 325. near Twenty- fourth, bet Va-
lencta and Mission — Large, sunay. farnlshetj
room; 1 or 2 gentlemen. .
GENTLEMAN bavin? larjre, convenient, sunny
bedroom would Ilk.- roommate; separate beds.
Bor 2577. CaU offlce.
DEVISADERO. 1931— Slnnle. room . for wortlnj
girl." partly furnished; $4 per month.
FELL, . 583 — Sunny front rooms; also parlor
-snite; gentlemen preferred.
ELLIS. 1913 — 2 elegant bedrooms; private bath;
gents. Call afternoon or evenings. — C
HAIGHT. 110 — Front and baci parlor; sultablo
for office i rent . reasonable.
EDDY, S»o— 4 line, Ujht rooms; suitable " for
business.
WALLER, 5S7 — For rent, newly fnrnlstej sunny
rooms. .
NORTn - aye.. 253. near Cortland — Two slns'.e
fnrnlahed - rooms. -.. - - . - ?*\u25a0-\u25a0•-•-. - -..
OAKL\.VD ROOMS TO LET. X
SMALL- room la Thcosophist family; inside two-
miles from Adeline station. MR. LITTLE.
• comp. room. Sc'aroldt Llthocraph Co.. Osfeland.
ROO3IS -AXD BOARD.
OAK... 449, "near Lajpma — Lars- sunny rooms,"
with board. \u25a0 and front roora f.jr ofnoe.
ROOMS AXD BOARD V/AXTED.
WANTED— In the MMon. room Ik. Kl 'board for
one; state. terms. Box "CO, Call ofßce.,
FINE room on car line, wlto ' board, . if iie*ir»vl
Addresa box 527. C.ilt oflife. \u25a0
ROOMS WANTED. - ,
WANTED — 2 or 3 fiiraisfced hou^keepln^ rooro*
or small apartment; ' cot to ercccd $31). Boi
SCg. -1«S1 Flll-nore wt. "
PATI-IXT.S AXD I'EASIO.VS.
INVENTIONS patented— FranK P. Mv'diaa, \5-TO
Ha!gUt st; parent law, trademarks; also gen-
eral practice. -.\u25a0 ' '
PENSION attorn-'y. E. A. BULL**.- 15-M Stviaer
St.: p««t commarnl»»r Thomas t'»-if. fl. A. R.
i*ltj.ii niin?».
E..GRUNDY, r phim*e'.' fvrmeriy nt *l~SO 110.T.-»r»l
St. located at ZZ4O SeventeeatU st. necr~
...Guerrero. '\u0084_ \u25a0 . , ..«
F. J. KLI MM. plumber. IDOrt Unloa st. aear^''
Lasuna; Mbins prompUy atteutUU ta

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