Additional Classified Ads on
Pages 8, 10 and 11
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?V2_ EESS. M. D. (Pacific Hospital Snrgeon)—
Office hours. 1 to 3 and «to 7:30. 74» Haves.
Tel. Market 2425.
DR ". I_SH_^ *«naer!y at US Grant aye., now
st 20og gutter «.; tel. West 1168.
C^^A KTTER - Jm ' D - X** ieth «•• »w
33«S lCth «t.. corner Ctnrch.
DR. J. E. ARTICLES. C 947 Fillmore St., corner
I Dips: hours. 2 to 4 p. m.
UR. OWEN BUCKLAND— Ere. ear, n^T
throat. 13S0 Sutter rt.: 1 to V
D FV,^i:, i n -, <iRSJ:WOI ' D ' «« May. St. corner
I rack!:n: b'.iirs 10 to 4. .
_^ DENTISTy \
DRS. C. W. DECKER,
T. H. MORRIS.
L. T. CRANE.
133 5 Sutter St.. sbove Vaa Ness
. * Rroms 1 -2-3-4 -5-ft-10.
A NEW wrinkle, maiden blush pistes. «5- nat- !
Ural arpearanre, guarameed. IDEAL DENTAL :
>0.. pp.hert b!ock. Van Ness and O'Farrell. ;
PAINLESS Dentistry— o7d~estahnshed.~ honest, j
reiiabie: reasonable prWs. perfect work- free
• 1 iuajore-st. cars. I
EARTLETT. DR. U. GRANT— Extracting special. '
'.st: gas given. 21C3 FiUmore st. NW. corTc'l.
llt pJ^r, A ' 11 ' ,872, 872 McAllister, nr. LagGnT
flat.nua filllnas. SOc; crowns. $5; plates, $7.
DI ?;L SS £ ICKEX & TAYI.OR. Dentists, formerly
1004 Market, now at ISO 6 Geary, nr. Fillmore
!&Ss3& D «' ntist 'T: «* of teeth. $5: crowns.
*3: bndgework. $5; fillings. sOc; all guaran-
' Pfd - P»- BROWN. Market. I4th and Church.
U^n ?^ l ' OTni ' 144S Markef '»•• now at
432 Webster at., near Oak; gag given. ;
?«5_ J F;H- LEEK < f °™er!T U2d Market*, now
g-4 \alenoa st.. bet. 18th and 20th.
D «- J CN ; OX ' d«»tl*i. 1615 FiUmore St.; ail work
Srst-class; prices low. j
1^, 0 - I-EEK-AU kinds of Cental work.
*>15 FiUmore st.. near Oak.
RAYMOND I>. CASTLE. Dentist ?015 Folsom
*t.. comer 16th.
* I i. K » P £ ST " nd lieflt la America, The Weekly
_CaH. ?1 per Ty ar . *
HERE ARE A FEW GOOD BUYS.
v%!3von 4-cyl. t-juriug car, finest condition. .$1250
Autocar tour car. detachable tonneau: snap.So.V)
ceiivery car. cloe-ed body: gasoline $500
Rpaboot; runs £cc: looks great; snap $300
t- "?, Stanhope; seats 4; best condition $600
IraakJin runabout; fast and fine $475
&nox rr.nabout: seats 4: go*-s great: top $300
And you have now no excuse for not owning
PHENIX AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE.
*3th st. and San Pablo aye,, Oakland.
t rein S. F.. Key Route to 40th and San Pablo
\u25a0 From downtown. San Pablo-ave, car».
RESERVE «pa<-e for your «»ar in the Mission
Garage. 611 Valencia st.. bet. 17th and l*th-
t cV^ < v la ?!.' >t s-' r e<S" ! PP«J parsge In town.
D AEC\. SCuTT & CO.. Props.. 524 G. G. aye. 1
. AUTOMOBILE wanted — Good, second-hand Max- .
well runabout: must be cheap for cash; give
full description, model, etc.; answer by letter
only. E. A. I'ERSKK. 455 Golden Gale aye.
FOR SALE: !
yne l»ne model V White steamer touring car* \u25a0
fully e<s«lpped: pvvi a 8a 8 new. CaU or address
J. A. SEGBERS. LSvennore. Cal.
$3T5O — Well-estEbllshed trade: millinery store.
be«t" location in San Francisco; good lease;
«n!y parties meaning business need apply. Box
\u25a0\u25a0640. Call branch. Ffllmoro st. ;
AN established cigar store and factory for sale In
Hayward, Alarneda County: one hour's ride
from Oakland; doing a good business. Apply
A. DE CAMP. Hayward. '
7 FOR ss!e — First-class paying restaurant; ' best
location in oity: with little expense can seat
BOO; opportunity of a lifetime. Box 641. Call
titanea. Flllaore 6t
. i:.F.NSTEOM GARAGE. 424-434 Stanyan: phone
. 7 Park 4.6. Automobiles bought, sold, repaired-
. supplies; touring cars for hire at all hours.
la-NABOUT — To be raffled Feb. 28 at 1159 East
1 4 tli pt., Oakland; first-class condition; new
.; tires: 4 chances 50 cents.
AUTOMOBILE repairing: etorage battery charg-
- - tng. repairing. I. L. De JONGH. 446 Fulton.
; IIKLIANCE AUTOMOBILE CO.. 547 Fulton St.-
S*ragiag and renting; repairing of all kinds. ;
Al-TOMOBIIXS wanted for storing at 20 Church
. off 1 Broadway. ti»ar Powell.
a*; _^ AOOPTIOiN_^
DR. EMILIE FUNKE'S maternity villa; infants
adopted: strictly private. 1416 Sth st. Ala-
-n;e<l«. Cal. !
. N. HIRANO, Japanese designer and building
. contractor, l^l'l Sutter, formerly 1110 Ellis.
IIcDOOQAU, BEOS., architects. 721 Devlsadero
\u25a0 st.. b»t. Fulton and Grove. Phone West 5582.
CARL A. CABLE.
1102 O'Farrell st, bet Franklin and Goi«h.
1 50e. 500. 50c.
AN HONEST PROPOSITION.
The fear of humbug prevents many people from
calling upoa a good medium. Mr. Cable, to
rove tls clairvoyant powers, gives
' THIS SWORN STATEMENT TO ALL
• . He docs hereby solemnly agree and guarantee
to make no charges if he fails to tell your name,
oocnpetlon and what you called for. He will tell
you who and whea you will marry and bow to
win the one you love.
Mr. Cable, as a matter of advertisement, this I
week will give his cel«brat«>d
READINGS FOR 50 CENTS.
Personal Magnetism Quickly Developed.
Fair and wjuare In all his dealings with the j
.public. Mr. Cable towers above the partially de-
veloped mediums aod is the envy of all pretenders.
To teU whether. rour husband, wife or \u25baweetbeart
Is true or false: tejjj you bow tr> win th« love of
the one you most de»lre. even though miles away;
b««r to succeed in business, speculation. lawsuits;
how to marry one of jour choice; how to regain !
youth* health and vitality: removes evil Infla- 1
»nee», core* drink bab!t«. locates treasures, cures I
ail nervous diseases. CaU today.
CARL A. CABLE.
1182 O'F»rreJl ft. b*t. Franklin and Gough.
Boors, ft a. m. to 6 p. m.
it. . \
THE White Myrtle of India. ~~
. ORMONDE, formerly 10 years <m Market Ft;
' '« clairvoyant with power; genuine, reliable.
ronsclentious; part, present, future; business
*^<3vlce. love, taarrlaee. divorce: removes evil
ieflovscea. tells yoar fall name; born In the
Orient with the power of any 10 medium*;
• readings $1. 1810 Devisadcro. tet Ellis and
MIRS M. WILLE, the famous cryrtal seeress. lo-
csted at 1505 Geary St.. bet Laguna and Bu-
rbanan; one who is well known and one who
1«> competent to resd your life; she reveals the
oast five* correct forecast of the future and
" wUI give valuable ar;*lf- concerning all mat-
-t*>rs of busioesc readings daily, 10 a. a. and
« p. m. ; phone West 74SS.
MRS. DB. F. CLARK, clairvoyant seeress and
i psychic medium ; gives confidential readings
daily froa 10 a. m. to S p. in., at 1425 Steiner
et. bet Ellis and O'Farrell, San Francisco-.
MME. MILLER, great card reader, Just arrived
from East; Uas located at Sunset Hotel, room
»; McAllister ar. Webster; gents 50c.- ladles 25c.
MME. KRONENBERG. clairvoyant card reader,
palmist: when others fall try me; readings 25c.
440 Braril aye.. San Mateo or Icgleclfle cars.
MME. LA CLAI It. psychic palmist and card
reader: questions answered. 1202 A Gold. Gate,
MltS. JACKSON, palmist: clalr. : card reader;
ladies only; lucky charros free. 753 Folsom, S 1.
M4DAII KCHAEFFER. clairvoyant car* readpr.
water eeer. 803 Laguna st. near McAllister.
MliS BltowN, clairvoyant and card reader, for-
merly. 5T Cth'st; now ISI3 Flllmore.
«j;E DE "VAN. clairvoyant palmist . card
reader. 1107 Golden Gate aye.
MME MAESEAU. card reader. 2C93 Mission St.,
T*»ar 234. L»rtl*g 25c. gents 50c.
MME MAXWELL— Tests 15c. Mon., Wed.. 2-8 p.
m . convincing Mesa. Bdg. dally. 323 A Chorch.
MME VIGARS, spiritual meetings every night;
sittings daily. - 1003 Buchanan, nr. McAllister.
; MRS. SEAL, spiritual medium; readings dally,
k 7ffl McAllister t-t: circle Thursday. 8 p. m.
's^v PAL3IISTRY ; .
PALMIST — Just arrived frcm the \u25a0 East MISS
LUCILE RAY. 1124 FiUmore st. 6olte 2.
MME. LE LAND, attrologlst; adviser; .horoscope*
written. 7XB Golden Gate are., room 2.
____ BtTSIXESS CHAXCKS
H s££ i !S 2n2 n "PPOftunlty— Don't ml*s It; en ab-
ih , I oret-elass and profitable Investment that
will bear the closest investigation; the best i
«fj»PPed batcher shop in Ea.«t Oakland; an
old-established business. The owner, who wante
o."L.5°_S?. ck t0 th « «ld country, will cell the
good will of the business at a sacrifice, to-
gether with buildings aad lot. the horses and
wagons, etc. The building contains 4 rooms
and shop downstairs and a flat of C moms up-
ft airs; also a barn large enough to accommo-
• il c * norses. Owner will sisn a 10-year
?^ r5" c ?L aot Btart fc tbe bntc'aer business.
}f l 40 . fpet! ' Don't to soe me about
It and full particulars will be (riven. I also j
•ITi* "S* p ln a nlce building lot. 30x70 feet,
wr«r r-l? ISutes1 S utes- walk ot the S. P. depot.
Oakland DIXOK - 6l0^» East 12th st. East
* builn« S . TR^ T »? R>S Raie nt a Z°°* bakery
the^S'S- 4 "« r ' Tll1 '"- Cl%l - the property of
Inrt»«n VT J % CUa£cr: wSU be soI S at public
lees «°nier 4th and D sts.. Marysvllle. Cal.
P *j- qj OLD - *<I«-lnistrator of the estate of
?sl'L in } e ?# ln * b« p ln*'f £ !' for Bale for a few I
hundred dollars: small payment down, balance :
"Tr«nM . paj rut of the tinsines?-: there Is no
trouble to make $25 or $30 a day; you need
hrdt^ rle "^_rou have to help manage the
i -"***• 4TO 7 <n st.._Oakland. Cal.
' T^ fnU ' V . « >< J" l P' l e«l baker ehoj»; 3 and 4 wa C -
1 Sm- vn ?Js£. dally: •'»"«». harness and wagon*:
doing $5000 or $6000 worth of business a
month; bakini; Sor 9 barrels daily. You can
I REDWOOD CITY REALTY COMPANY.
I FOR sale — On account of sickness, -sausage fac-
: tory with new machinery, store with refrlgera-
j tor; everytblnc complete and bast running or-
1 T& R.^E^^!§^l Cth A^ ly tO MAR -
START a mall order business: we furnish
everything necessary; only few dollars re-
quired; new plan, sueeef* certain: costs noth-
ing to investigate. MILBIRN-HICKS. 353
Dearborn Bt.. Chicago.
! $1250 — Skating rink doing fine bufttness; $900
1 flown. $50 monthly: pop. 6000: no opposition;
» years' lease; owner has 2 rinks; can't give
j time to both. Rot 239. Call.
j FOR sale— A good, small dray business: four
: horses, two double and one (single wacon: drays
for manufacturing firms; will sell for $1000- * a
; snap. 1039 No* st.
MAN with $300 and services to take U Interest
] ln money-making business; experience not
j necessary. Particulars, room 2.". 1443 Fliltnore.
i r< } R s alp ~~ Flrst " claM grocery: family trade:
, floO per day; lease: pood reason for selling.
Box 2323. Call office. Oakland.
$1500— Grocery store, good location. In Ala-
meda. fixtures, etc.. good investment. Box
2313 Call office. Oakland.
FOR sale— Examiner asency In Vnllejo; 1000
S&ia_xf V-g,R. SuDday - Address J - J "
: $10>"> to $500 — The greatest bottle ever Invented-
chance of a lifetime. 2C3 Colllngwood Et..
i room 1. .
I SOY SANG LUNG & •_..•.. Golden AVe«t Broom
Factory, 723-23 Clay st. ; now open for busl-
i ness. *\u25a0
1 , ; ;
CHEAP — 7-can milk route: paying fine; retiring
frnm business. Box 7CKi. Call office.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE
C. n. HINKLEY. " PHOVE TTFST 1011
1204 GOLDEN GATE. NEAR WEBSTER."*
CLEAR TITLES. EASY TERMS.
SPECIAL — IS rooms; sonny corner; one
floor substantially furnished: clears $125
monthly: men roomers: price $000
HINKLEY, 1204 Golden Onto avc.
GRASP this opportunity— 7o rooms; worklnir-
tnen s house: just think — rent only *125-
lease; price $2000. HINKLEY. 1204 G. G. aye.'
j PICKUP— 17 rooms; worklnpmen's house: rent
I *30: clears $I.V>: PRICK SIR.V HINKLEY.
.B-^ 1 * _ A . XP STORE FIXTURES
OFFICE and store fixtures, cabinet work and
jobbing; estimates given. G. MARCHAL 253
Austin aye.. bet Bush and Pine sts.
CALIFORNIA Home Industry. 214 Sth st Bar
and store fixtures, showcases always *h hand.
J. MARTENSON makes office, store and bar flx-
j tures. 21S 13th st. bet Mission and Howard.
WESTERN FIXTURE CO.. store, office and bar
fixtures, cabinet, carpenter work. 608 Ttirk.
FO J t i tore - office or bar fixtures see McCOLM~&
BARNARD. 2027 B)lls st.. above Devisadero.
S. FRIEDMAN. 2106 Bush St.. carpenter: ba7
store and office fixtures: repairing; Jobbing.
UNION FIXTURE. CO, 356 Golden Gate ave~
near Larkln — Bank, store, office, bar fixtures.
R ™ IAI Jc, E , ,S, S , TORE A * D OFFICE FIXTURE
CO.. mi Market: phone Market 2748.
GOLDEN WFS*T WOODWORKING CO
; 236-23S 14th st.
LI ifT I - N(STVEr - r -'- «rpcnter; general Jobbing. 05
I>nrwy»p aye. '- . . \u25a0 ;
WE tuild at actual cost of material and labor-
for thus bandllntr the- work we charge a
definite sum sjrreed upon for our service*
which Includes tlie making of all plans, detail
drawings and specifications. Paymonts for
materials are made directly to the. seller by '
the owner, who receives the benefit of all dl«- :
counts. We are constructing re-enforced con- ''
cr fi ,f 'teel, brick and frame buildinirs and
Bollcit an opportunity to give further informa-
tion concerninz our system?
WILLIAMS BROS.. Superintendents.
M-\ S TROPARQUA. Arehitectnral Engineer
729 Monadnock Bul'dlng. San Francisco.
ELECTRIC St PPLIES
THE Toseraite Gas Fitting Co.. pus. arc lamps
combination fixtures. ;»', Mission st.
COXTR ACTORS AVI) BUILOERS
PAINTING, tinting, naperhanglne: best work:
reas. HUNyEIt. 1577 O'Farrell. Tel. West 6667.
PETF_RSON & ELLIOTT. 048 naves: phonTp^ie
1577. Carpenters. buHders. repairs. -Iterations.
CARL SPROGIS. camenter. contractor, cabinet
work. Tel. West 4124. 12S4A Eddy st
DR. GEO. DUNCAN, expert chiropodist. 1550 El-
Hs et., n«-ar Flllmore. All foot ailments cured
HARRIS H. KATZ. chiropodist; expert mas-
sacer; electric apparatus. 1163 Golden Gate.
DR. JAS. BROWN, expert chiropodist; at Kmpo- !
num. Van Ness and Post: formerly 6 Geary.
MME. BAUMARD. corset maker, moved from
21SS Sutter to 1559 Sutler.
) MRS. M. HALL-- Corsets made to order; $3.50
up. 1105 Valencia St. .
CASH registers. 621 «lz*g, of all prices, for all
kinds of business, on liberal terms. National
Cash Register Co.. 1253 Golden Gate aye.
HORN ft CO. wholesale tobacco and clear*-
Cobanola and El Sldelo cigars. 18 Sacramento
st.. opp. the ferries. .
MCCARTHY'S Detective Agency— ClvlTanTTrlm^
lnal work attended to: secrecy and dispatch-
missing persons located; communications conn-
dential: le*al and commercial references. 1228
Fillmore. oor. Eddy. Tfans. McCarthy. Princtp<il.
VT. H. PRICE. 15 years with Clabrough &
Golcber. jenn stocks a specialty. 9 East Rt ,
opp. Tlburon ferry. .•\u25a0\u25a0•-
PIONEER DRESS PLEATING CO.. Hagerty &
Wills, 910 McAllister -St., near Lacuna Sun-
burst anfl accordion skirts to order; knife,
side pleating and pinking; buttons covered;
work done while you wait; also a full line of
linings and trimmings.
ACCORDION, knife and sunburst pleatlns. but-
tonholes and buttons made at Stewart's Lining
\ end Notion Store. 121$ Post St., near Van
N<*s aye.: formerly of Taylor st.
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School.
1215 Post St., - near Van Ness. Branch 1013
v> ashington st. Oakland. Patterns cut to order.
SUNBURST, accordion, knife-pleatlnjr. buttons.
1 buttonholes, lining, notions: mall orders sollc-
lted. STEELE'S, 1420 Post; phone West 0423.'
A. C- BROWN, embroiderer; designs I made and
embroidery on cults.., 331 McAllister st. •
LE MODELS School of Dressmaking; patterns
cut to measure. \u25a0 1515 Bosh . Bt, room 9.
MARIE MUZIO, dressmaker; flrst-class work
700 Polk st. ; = tel. * Franklin 2408. :
MISS M: H. SNYDER, evening gowes; tel. West
CCIO. \u25a0 1542 Webster gt - \u25a0
I DRrSS3IAKIXG .IIND 3IILLIXERY
THEHINOY, "'. -
Japanese ladles' tailoring 1 and millinery -store.
\u25a0':\u25a0. : 1610% Geary. st, S. F.
LADIES' tailoring and firessmatlng. C 3 Portola.
off Waller, bat. Steiner and Pierce sts. -
\u25a0 *'•-'\u25a0*/".\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 - : f"; MILLIIVER Y-.-.-
MISS , BRIGGS. • 1405 i Sutter st. cor. Franklin.
Importer. of millinery. . Late of Coughlan & Co.
BEE HIVE,'- 625-27 McAllister,- has a , full line
' of spring haUj' ' . .. \u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0',. ; : ...\u25a0..-., 7 _
THE SAiT" FRANCISCO CALIir^IONTOIY, v FEBRUARY 25,/ 1907:
LADIES' 1 TAILORS ; :\: \
LOUIS LINDSTRUM. ladles' tailoring; formerly
.-Donohoe hldg..: now. 1304 Post, near .Franklin.
I H. BETTE. 1163 Ellis st : spring noveltleg.
./. ;'"' ' \u25a0'\u25a0 furs .'\u25a0 •' : ;.- :r 7-' v '\u25a0;'-.
B. KANTNFiR, manufacturing furrier, formerly
122 Stockton st., now-2000 Sutter. rooms 1-2.
1 G. BARE, farrier, formerly Lacbtnan & Co.. now
1515 Bush st.. cor. Van Ness aye., upstairs.
LOFSTAD & EVANS (Inc.t. furriers, now located
I at 1R52 California ft., below Van Ness aye.
FURS bought, soM. exchanged; remodeled the
latfst style. 531 16th el., Oakland. \u25a0
An expert in the systems of physical culture
and resistance offers his services on Wednes-
day afternoons and Thursday evenings to any
school, private, public or individual Instruc-
tion. Terms, $10 per hour. The system beln;?
very unusual and easy by wblch one is able to
stand off sickness and age. Box 22», Call.
A — THE Lyceum. 20»0 Pine st. cor. Scott: an
excellent preparatory school for the university,
law and medical colleges. Here you can save
time and money and still get a preparation
superior to that given by other schools."
ARCHITECTURAL, mechanical - <electrleaM,
drawing, mathematics (evgs.). Metropolitan
Bus. Col., School of Drawing, 925 Golden
Gate: art penmanship, Esplna; stenography;'
position; day. $10; evgs.. $5 mo.
MATHEMATICS— Private evening class for men;
arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry,
calcalus; 3 nights per week: $5 per month.
1000 Sutter St.. corner Flllaiore.
ENGINEERING— CiviI, else. mm.. mech.. s.ir-
vey, asßßy. cynnlde; day. eve. : est. IRG4. "Van
der Nalllrn School. 5100 Teleg. are.. Oakland.
AN Italian will teach Italian or Spanish in ex-
change with some who will teach him
English. Box 233. Call office.
PROK. T. A. ROBINSON. Individ. Instr.: book-
keeping. Eng.. math., etc.; day, eve. 290 Page.
I A— CALDWKI.L College of Oratory and tcti-gj
temporary office 063 Fell st. Call 3to Op. nj.
SPANISH— Domingo C. Maya, ablest translator;
commercial correspondence. 110 ft Golden Gate..
FANNIE HINMAN'S class ln dancing meets Sat-
urday afternoon at ball cor. Howard and 21st
Gt'ITAH. manfloKoi piano. Kiuirlng; new classes
forming; 8 lessons S3. SO2 Halgbt. c.Devlsadero.
HEALD'S Enslneerlng School, 205 Locust aye
cor. Franklin st.: all \u25a0 branches:- »i<— and eve!
UKALD'S Business Collet. 1451 FrankMn st.
b. t.. and Bacon blk.. Oakland; day and eve.
SAN KKAXCISCO Business College now located
io3 Flllmore. near Hayes; day and evening.
S. C. BALDWIN.
Banjo, mandolin, guitar. 1374 Hayes st.
KENT Law School; open evenlnc*. 539 Birch
aye.. near Octavla st., San Francisco.
MADAME INEZ FABRI. voice culture for
opera and concert. J172 EHIs st.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business College, 404 Devisadero *t. i
ME ?^it I C : H, IIXEU College, p'easantly located
at 733 Flllmore st.; day and evening.
THE BKKLITZ SCHOOL OK LANGUAGES—
2531 Washington St.. near Fltlmons.
SJ^ORTHANT* tntight^thornuglily by mail. MISS
SIG. G. AVHDANO. vocal teacber; pure Italian
method. Studio. 701 Fulton at.
MISS POTTER; Teacher .. of Elocution; atter-
noons. 1302 Post st.
CHEAPEST and best ln America. The Weekly
Call. M ncr year. \u25a0
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Male and female; best cooks, waiters, por-
ters, general housework, second work and
kitchen help, office help, etc.. In the cltv.
Phone Weat 4G34. H. K. PDA. 1721 Post st.
A WELL-KNOWN reliable Japanese-Chinese
emp. office, guarantees best help of all kinds
on short notice, with care and dispatch. O
HASUMI, prop.. 1513 Geary ct, near Laguna;
tel. West 56SS. ;
AA — OLDEST, largest Japanese-Chinese Employ,
ment Office: reliable help promptly. GEO. SA-
KAUYE, 150S Post nr. Laguna: tel. West 5612.
A — RELIABLE Chinese-Japanese emp. office \
HORI, prop., furnishes best Lelp, with care
and dispatch. 174S Sutter St.. tel. West 2503.
AN original Japanese and Chinese Emp. Office
Guarantees flrst-clnss help^f all kinds. GEO.
MATSUO. 2140 Flllmore st.; phone West 339.
STAR employment office furnishes Japanese and
Chinese, help with care.- Tel. West 167. W
KADOTA. 1667 Post st. near Buchanan.
H. W. HONG, Chinese employment office, room
48. 819$ Webster st, Oakland: tel;' Vernon 241. !
CHINESE and .Japanese employment office, 362
oth st.;. tel. Pali 3101. B. HALL. Oakland. Cal.
JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp. Office. Phone West
1731. T. TAMURAS, 1612 Laguna st.
CHEAPEST and best ln America, The Weekly
Cal!. $1 ncr year. : __*
EMPLOniEXT WAXTED — Female
REFINED German wants situation as Jady's
companion or maid; speaks English, French
and Italian well; has best references and pre-
fers good home or situation in the country to
high salary. Box 642, Call office.
A YOUNGG woman with boy # 8 years old wishes
position as first-class cook and general house-
work, city or across the bay; best of refer-
ences. Box 643. Call. Flllmore st.
COMPETENT, ladles' tailor and dressmaker
wishes' engagements 'ln families: ' $1.50 per
day; references. Box 651. Call, Flllmorc st.
FIRST-CLASS Job printer wants permanent po-
sition at once; San Francisco preferred. Ad-
dresa E. .T., 1542 6th st. Alameda.
WAITRESS wants position, small boarding-house
or hotel or restaurant: can cook: cltv or coun-
try. Address WAITRESS. 720 7th st.
EXPERIENCED girl wants situation to do gen-
eral housework and cooking In a small family
wages $25. Box 607, Call office.
HOUSEKEEPER'S position wanted by refined
American woman; adults; country : preferred
HOUSEKEEPER, 329 2d st
WOMAN wishes cocking and light housework;
small family; good plain cook. Box 2328
CaU office. Oakland. .
JAPANESE girl wants position to do housework
in the city. S. P.. 1201 Eddy »t
% EMPLOYMENT WANTED— MaIe
Graduate of the Powell System, two years' ex-
perience as Independent advertising constructor,
at present located ln IC*w York, but desirous,
for climatic reasons, of obtaining a foothold
somewhere along the Pacifle Coast, wants a po-
sition with advertising agency or mercantile
house, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle or
Tacoma preferred. Salary ' Question at present
immaterial if future prospects are right. If you
need help and can use a man of brain power and
energy, of practical common sense grasp of af-
fairs, steadiness of habit, willingness to en-
thusiastically give . to his work everything that
is ln him— a man with boundless ambition and
supreme confidence in his ability to neqult him-
self creditably in any task before him— l think
I am your man. I claim no mastery of every-
thing in • the advertising . business, | hot I • have
resources that will pay a satisfactory equivalent
for salary received, and • I can : prove it • Ad-
dress CHAS.7 HEDLUND. care Mrs. Workman.
106 \X. 109 th St., New York City.
ARTIST, member of . N. ; Y. Art j. Students'
Leayue. desires position as instructor In free-
band drawing, charcoal, crayon, pen and Ink,
wash, water color.' clay modeling, wood I carv-
lns. pyrography or. photography; privato in-
structloa given.. Box 232. Call office. \u25a0\u25a0 .
ALL-AROUND nonunion 'machinist,'- experienced
in locomotive, mining machinery, engines, boil-
. ers.. .pumps, : erecting, structural. work, Al ref-
erences as foreman aad superintendent, strictly
Bobef, a rustler, desires to correspond with firm
,: neediag. same. - ; Box 203, Call office. "\u25a0: \u25a0-\u25a0:\u25a0 . \u0084
BOOKKEEPER desires 7. position with v mining
company; . ten years'., experience In . mining ac*
\u25a0;. counting; can also assay ores if desired; high-
est .recommendations- as 'to' qualifications and
• .: reliability. .Address -box 242, -Call; of flee. \
I WANTED— By experienced bookkeeper and office
•- man, • position -with mining,- manufacturing :or
-company: best- of references,- In-
. eluding present . employers.^ Address J. BVbos
236, Call \u25a0of flee. ;•• . - -" : ;
STEADY, competent engineer would -1 Ike sitna-
* . tlon : with •a ; lumber < company 7 that has good
land -to -cell, either California -or .Oregon... E.
: J. MACDONALD.I93O Linden st, Oakland, v ;
FOREMAN or superintendent. " strictly nonnnioa,'
. Bober, general machine shop and foundry | prac-
tice, desires I position ; - experienced Iln erecting,
etc. ; Al references; - Box 252, Call office. ; \u0084.
JAPANESE couple want sStuntlons; man a? good
cook and; wife, wait at tableland housework;
speak English; have" references. -T. H. OZU-
MA. 1523 Geary, st: teL ; West 62CS.V-".-. >.-'.
! WANTED— By - middle-aged ; man - aad wife, a
X.; place: to. run cookhouse in mining. camp or con-
' tractor's •\u25a0 work," nr \u25a0 will \u25a0 board | the j men . by the
week. 7.- Address L.*J.,' 43 East St. -.7 • •
PLASTER piece ciolder for cement wishes sltua-
» tlon; competent.^.; Address GUST." HAMILTON,
1 ..:s _654 '.Indiana a?e.', Pblladelphls, . Pa. :, . -. : .
<J^frJtft_-6-_WMiiWyf&i-.* . • *V \u25a0 '\u25a0:-\u25a0. . '\u25a0":."-*\u25a0 1 . - - . . \u25a0 . j \u25a0 ' .'- . .- -
WANTED— Nest roung"; girl' for 'housework;', no
7 cooking; wage 3 J25: must. wear cap; good per-
manent* place. Call 818 Devisade.ro st \u25a0 morn-
} loss or evening?: references required. . h:"' .
A BniGHt young man.*i 24; years of age, would
like a- position with' automobile firm to learn
." to be^me demonstrator and talesman/ Apply
\u0084; f*.'"- a.. • r>ox 702, Call. •;.-\u25a0 .7 ..-- 1 v -..-:;; ...
A MARRIED engineer a and I machinist 6 wishes
; steady emplorraent as •\u25a0 engineer; \u25a0- refsrence
f given. F. W.TON.N. Commercial Union Hotel
Emeryville. -\u25a0 '7 \u25a0 '\u25a0. -•\u25a0=\u25a0;\u25a0-\u25a0< .: .7 .• - : , -\u0084;.--. \u25a0-••\u25a0
JAPANESE . honest boy. wants : position, city or
country, to do.houFework; has many years' ex-
perience; wages $30 up. GEORGE, 1G36 Gough
'st. city..-- . ... .\u25a0;,. -^. :;;•.\u25a0\u25a0. , -\u0084 . ..-.--. \u25a0\u25a0*..
SITUATION wanted by a married man as head
pardener. ln a private place: good work for
indoors and. outdoors. "Box 2331, . Call office
Oakland. \u25a0. 7. 7
SITUATION wanted as;mai about private place-
single, - sober, mWdle-aged; references Box
. 647, Call office. 1631 Fillmore st ;.. . .
POSITION wanted by middle-aged man; place of
trust, \u25a0\u2666 Janitor or collector; cash bond can be
v given. ; Address L. 3,, 1 AS East st. j
BLACKSMITH and horseshoer, flrst-claw all-
around man. wants work. \u25a0 Address box'23°s.
Call office. Oakland. . i 7:
ARCHITECTURAL draftiDg . and tracing; specl-
fleation; building superintending. Address
SITUATION wanted : , good - gardener: ' care for
licrse, cow or general work ; references. Box
244, Call office.
EXPF.RIENCED 6tableman wants work"- private
stable preferred. Box 243, Call office. -
AD WHITER with 25 years' . experience wants
a position. 3156 Washington st.
STEADY, middle-aged man wants situation. Box
235. Call office. \u25a0-'•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -'-\u25a0- '.-\u25a0\u25a0, .'.\u25a0 \u25a0\u0084.-\u25a0-.
HELP AVANTED— PemaIe
" =f,.' \u25a0'."' -
WANTED—Young women \u25a0 to" learn telephone op-
. eratlng; paid while learning; salary increased
after first • two weeks and further increased
after work becomes efficient.
Daily luncheon furnished free, and rest
: rooms, with matron 7 ln attendance.
Permanent positions: good chances for ad-
vancement. Apply 2019 Steiner st :
PACIFIC STATF.S TELEPHONE AND TELE-
—. ; '•; !
PATRONS for help charged $1 registry fee ''
2 waitresses for commercial hotel, Nevada. $30
and fare paid; 2 waitresses ' for
Southern California.- $25 and fare nald:- cham-
bermaid and cook, same place. $25 and $40;
first-class cook, private, family, city. $50;
cook for cafe. $12 week; cook for Berkeley.
$45; chambermaid. Paraiso Springs. $25; cook
and second girl, same houie. Stockton. $45 and
$35. MISS PLUNKETT. 1S!»2 Sutter St., nr.
Webster. Open O a. m. ; close 5 p,. m.
AAAAAA A A 'A A
OPERATOP.S ON "BOSS OF THE ROA.D" EN
GINEER JACKETS; ALSO GIRLS TO LEARN
AT $T> PER WEEK. STANDARD FACTORY,
28 FELL ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
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EXPERIENCED «%PERATORS ON "BOSS OF
THE ROAD"- OVERALLS:-. ALSO A FEW
BRIGHT GIRLS TO J.EAP.N -AT, £3 ' PER
WEEK. STANDARD FACTORY, 23^ FELL
ST., SAN FRANCISCO. ; !
A . A A A A A A A A A
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON SHIRTS-
GOOD PAY; CLEAN, STEADY WO UK: NEW
FACTORY; WELLi HEATED AND VENTI-
LATED: INEXPERIENCED TAUGHT AND
PAID WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS
St CO.. VALENCIA, BETWEEN 13TH AND
14TH. APPLY MR. HINSHAW.
OUR NEW FACTORY BUILDING. WHICH IS
THOROUGHLY LIGHTED. VENTILATED
AND HEATED. IS NOW READY FOR OCCU-
PANCY; EXPERIENCED" AND INEXPERI-
ENCED SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS
WANTED ON OVERALLS: GOOD PAY-
STEADY WORK: PAID WHILE LEARNING.
LEVI BtRAUSS & CO.. VALENCIA. BET.
I.TTII AND 14TII. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS.
SALESLADIES wanted— For Geo. Haas & Son's
Candy Stores: neat young ladles living with:
parents; no experience necessary: duties easily j
learned: hours no longer, than other work, but
must take turn on, evening watch: see Mr.
Haa*. 2:30 p. m. today: < no charge unless po-
sition is, secured. sMRS. M. -E. DAY, 526 !
• Hyde St., near Geary.;, ::' \u0084
HANDSEWKRS. ; APPLY *TO MR. DAVIS
j: CARE> LEVI 'STRAUSS & CO.. VALENCIA
ST.. BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
WANTED — A stenographer, young lady who is
well versed ln general correspondence, to tnke
position In large Jobbing and manufacturing
house. Address, with full particulars ln own i
handwriting and Balary desired, box 147, Call.
WANTED— Bright young ladles for clerical po-
sitions. Apply to general manager, NATHAN-
DOHRMAXN CO., 1520-1550 \u25a0\u25a0 Van Ness ave'.
WANTED— A competent girl for cooking and
some housework; small washing; American
family, of -ednlts: wages $30 to $-"53 per ..month.
Apply Monday. 2C2o. California st
WANTED— Experienced stenographers and type-
writer operators. Apply to General Manager
NATUAN-DOHItMANN CO.. 1320-1550 • Van
. Ness aye.
A COMPETENT girl for cooking, general house-
work; small washing; American' family of
adults; wages $33. Apply 2020 California St.
GOOD sewers to learn corset making; also expe-
rienced corset' makers. ApplyjrSS&S Sacra-
mento st., between Precita aye. and Walnut.
FIRST-CLASS lady bookeeper, capable of tak-
lng charge of an office If required: good pros-
pect for advancement. Box 200. Call office. -
WOMAN for housework and cooking in Alameda;
ij family of three; wages $30; must furnish ref-
erences.; Address box 241, Call office.. /
STENOGRAPHER nnd ; general office work; also
assistant. Mission, near 26th st. ; state sal-
ary and experience. Box; 224. Call office.
DRESSMAKER, thoroughly first class, would go
out by the day; highest references.: Address
DRESSMAKER. ISBI Ellis st.
A GIRL to. sew window shades and answnr the
telephone. Apply before 0 a. m. BENTLER
• & BEARDMORE. 1753 Ellis st.
YOUNG lady to assist ln office work; some ex-
perience in bookkeeping. Address in - own
hand, box 43. Cull office. : '
LOCAL wholesale house can place 3 intelligent
women as heads of ; State branches. Address
box 653, Call, - Flllmore st.
WANTED — Hairdresser? to shampoo, manicure
and give scalp treatment Address box 129,
Sacramento; Cal. '\u25a0\u25a0.- ;:;.;\u25a0:. . . : , \u0084_••\u25a0 . :
MADEIRA \u25a0 MILLINERY SCHOOL; private
classes: hats trimmed; remodeling a specialty.
972 Eddy st. . ; >. '
A . COMPETENT girl % for general housework ;
wages $25; references; couple. 120 Pierce st,
- apartment- 1. 7\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0.;--". : -.- \u25a0\u25a0 ?' :
WANTED— -Educated, young woman to assist in
, teaching children and \ to . sew. Inquire . 1622
Berkeley st. .\u25a0 , - . - v -. .... . .. -...
WANTED— Teacher for district school. Address
.'= \u25a0BO YNTON, \u25a0; First -National. Bank building,
Berkeley. . . i\u25a0. • . . ;-,-•; . .-.:\u25a0:•
GOOD operators on custom shirts. \u25a0 . 3316 22d st.
GIRL for general housework in .small i family;
: good wages.- a 1255 . Fu1t0n st. ,'\u25a0 nea r Devlsodero.
MRS. MCCARTHY'S Employment Office— Help
\u25a0 of allklnds. =Tel.?Park.2l6,v 075 Halght:st.
TWO flrst-class mangle' hands - wanted. 0 Apply
;- today. Sheerln'a Laundry, 700 McAllister ,. st
LADY with some ; experience « In ' photo studio ;
will teach the business.- 5 1012 Fillmore st. 7
WANTED— MiddIe-aged '.'.; woman ~ to - assist ' •In
\u25a0'housework with, children.*;. 1359 Church st. \ ;
WANTED— -Dining-room -. woman I at the I Hebrew
— Orphanage. ; 600 -. Devlsadero • st. ; • wages $20. : ',
FI RST-CLA SS waitress h wanted ; : $9 ; > 9 hours ; 8
••; days.' .\u25a0\u25a0• 726 , Turk • st.',: near Van \u25a0 Ness aye.' ".\u25a0.;.: ;
GLOVEMAKERS on driviug gloves. FARRANT
GLOVE MFG;' C0.,7 3600 Mission st. v •;:\u25a0.
OPERATORS-on ladles:* skirts an rt .petticoats.'
A..AARON & C0.,' 1426H Geary st. . c
LADIES to leanr to ; sew on'furs; wages; also
'. seamstress, j- 531 "16th : St.,"; Oakland. - 7
GIRL'; for 'general '.housework; and ; plain cooking
\u0084 wanted." Apply.: IS3o; Buchanan st. \u25a0 7 - - \u25a0;-,
: FOR I housework ; and I cooking > part ! of \u25a0 day ; Bleep
\u25a0'. hoaie : : references.': 1932 ; Pierce st. > ' . - '\u25a0\u25a0:., ->
WAITRESSES rwant"ed^23oyOalc' st. :. 7 )
WANTED— A girl to assist In ; housework for San
r>. Rafael.':.' Apply ; at^ 226s Post. st; .;:r.-.-.-T.;,;.- ,--;v : \u25a0: -,;
WANTED • Millinery U apprentice, i Call 1 between
-'\u25a0 10 and :12 \u25a0 a. "\u25a0\u25a0 m., . 625 ; Clayton Bt. \u25a0;.; ~ 7 " .
WANTED— First-class S finisher ' on pants. -: " 1040
7 iFlorldavst; -baf;22a;aPd'23a.- 7/ :- 7 . : . •> 7 . \u25a0-.
GIRL to >. learn? tailoring, :'»' M.H WIDRIN, 733 H
•\u25a0.;• Bt,'.cor.iBth ave.y;Sunset. Axa;.^::^.:.,": ..^,- j
.YOUNG ' girl for 1 light i housework ; ' no washing ;
; ; wages : |l& v . 2254 \u25a0 Union ; st.".r -- ; . .; \u25a0 \u0084-..-/, -\u0084-';
1 HELP. WAlTED— Female—Contlnned
WANTED— Hebrew girl or woman for plain cooi-
-'\u25a0:.; ing;- \u25a0 can sleep at : home if agreeable. 1724
— Sutter st-7;/.: v :': • \u25a0\u25a0- <'." . \u25a0'/\u25a0-:- '..''- '
WANTED— GirI ' to aTtend candy store. Apply
0:1152 Valencia st- 7 ;
' GIRL \u25a0or i woman I for general I honsework. i Apply
, :-: 1724 Sntter st.
ERRAND girl wanted. E. . SCHIMMEL, 1459
.Franklin st.7 7 ..;....\u25a0• \u25a0;..\u25a0 7/ • . .7
WANTED— 2 ironers. $1.50 per day. 2122 Flll-
, more st" ' - - . .•-*;
EXPERIENCED Mil clerk. Box 249, Call
office. \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*'<"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 ... \u25a0 , : - ' -•\u25a0 \u25a0 - .- - - ." .\u25a0 : - •
\u25a0 BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
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• BARKER CHAIRS.
BARKER HAIR DRYERS
' The Barker patent Philadelphia barber chair
I has no equal In beauty or design, having new
features that . the public appreciate and pat-
\u25a0 ronire. Its users proving it a big money getter.
BARKER'S GOODS ARE MONEY-MAKERS.
-7 Barker sells direct upon easie3t of terms. .
BARKER SAVES. YOU MONEY. /
Barker's plants are the largest ln the world.
- JAMES BARKER. ,
1370;Sutter St., near Van Ness aye.
. . Mr. Drake.. Mgr.
A WISE TIP TO BARBERS: ;. \u25a0.
Before buying ' furniture or supplies, call at
. STOLTZ'S, 1535 Flllmore st, or at warehouse.
2211 Bush st.. where you can be bert suited, as
9we carry the largest \ stock and the best as-
sortment on the coast \u25a0-'
A-^-$1000; barber shop on Mission rt.. opp. thea-
.; ter: clears $250 per month;. 3 years' lease; 3
hydraulic chairs; hot water and light free; rent
..* $35. Call R. G. WILKE. 1101 Golden Gate aye.
I MADE $50,000 in 5 years, mall order business:
began with $5; any one can do the work spare
time at home; send for free booklet: tells now
. to get started. Mgr.. box 370. Lockport, X. Y.
•WANTED — By flrst-clasa married barber, steady
, Job: country town near: San Francixco: house
1 rent cheap; no Sunday work. HENRY, 1204
.Valencia at. i \u25a0 , : \u25a0
BARBER — Situation . wanted by a flrst-claas
man. O. R.. 6 Antonio st, off Jones, bet.
.O'Farrell and Ellis. \
A FIRST-CLASS barber: none oyier need apply.
Frisco Shaving Parlor, 1406 Turk -st, cor,
Flllmore. . ' -' "
WANTED — Barber; steady: 'Sl6 a week and
room; percentage. 2100% Allston way,
•Berkeley. \u25a0 7* .
GOOD barber wanted; $7 guarantee; Satnrday
1 and ' Sunday. 1500 Dupont gt. cor. Union.
WANTED— First-class barber. 13 East st.
BARBER wanted; steady. 644 Market st
GOOD barber wanted Saturday and Sunday.
. 2052 25th st. near Bryant. ,
GOOD barber wanted: -$1S per week and per-
centage. - 1007 Valencia st \u25a0
FIRST-CLASS barher wanted; $18 guarantee.
205 Scott St.. near.Halght.
WANTED — Barber: first-class apply only; ualcn
wages. 1515 A Ellis st.
MANICURE-lady wanted for barber shop. 625
FIRST-CLASS barber; wages $18. guaranteed.
1498 Eddy st. : •
WANTED — A barber at 54 Mission st, San
A FIRST-CLASS barber wanted at 562 Golden
WANTED — Two first-class barbers for new shop.
247 3d st. - : . ' \u25a0 - -
BOOTBLACK wanted; $12.50 week. 2423 Sut-
trr st. \u25a0 - - \u25a0.->
.... -HELP WAXTED— MaIe '
AT RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT : COMPANY,
60S Clay st., nr. Montgomery. Phone Temp. 1310.
. . Lodgings for You — Reading-room.
Beds 23e, Rooms 35c per night.
\u25a0:. : . — -
Engineer, hoist barge. $90 month.
Cook, boarding-bouse. $60 month.
. Blacksmith, ranch. $30 month and f d.
Dishwasher, mine. $55 month and fd. -
Ranch hands, hops, 11. 25 day and fd.
Ranch hands, vineyard. $1 day and fd.
Teamsters. S-hor»e. 53." mouth and fd.
. Laborers, ' city. $2.30 day.
Woodchoppers. ' 16-lnch oak wood; tools fur-
_ nlshed. $2 cord. \u25a0-* \u25a0\u25a0" :. 7 '
Man and wife, waiter and waitress. $30 mo. fd.
Plumbers and helpers, going wages. r
Teamsters" near city, $2.50 day. .
Drillers, rockmen. headermen. powdermen, ma-
chine men, $3.50 to $2.50 day. _ .-' . :\ ''\u25a0 '\u25a0 ,-.> i
ANDRE'S Office, 957 Franklin st, Oakland;
\u25a0 544 Franklin rt.;-.San Francisco— Wanted —
\u25a0 For private places: Butler, country. • $40; man
to > clean windows,' help. Indoqrs, $33; •'\u25a0 German
'tar' Indoor.' w»rk. $30: • man": to -help around
garden and milk 2 or 3 cows, $30;' milker and
- make butter, $33;. 2 men to assist la garden
;" work, "$23 and -found; man for -garden work,
\u25a0 wife as chambermaid.; s6o: laundryman, $35.
FIREMEN and brakemen; -California and other
railroads; age 20 to 30; over 140 pounds and
5^4 feet; experieace unnecessary; firemen, $100
monthly, . become • ensineers \u25a0 and . earn $200;
. brakemen. $75, become conductors and earn
$150; name position preferred.- RAILWAY
ASSOCIATION, care San Francisco Call.
WANTED— ~ ~~ ~" •.' \u0084
.Gentleman or lady to travel and collect for
.firm of $250,000 capital; salary $1072 per year
and expenses; salary paid weekly ami expenses
advanced: references required; headquarters
at your home. Address ARMSTRONG ALEX-
ANDER." 125 Plymouth place, Chicago, 111.
: '. • '. ' \u25a0\u25a0 •' '.."-.\u25a0\u25a0. — — /
AN assistant bookkeeper In a large retail .office:
state age and references. Box 227, Call office.
ANDRE'S Office. 037 Franklin St.. Oakland: 041
\u25a0 Franklwsti San Francisco. Wanted — 3 wait-
ers for**»fe, country, $10 a wk., day off; ho-
tel waiters,^s3s; short order cook,. $15 a wk.;
Ice cream. man. $18 a wk.: confectioner, coun-
try. . $60; 2d cook. Institution,' $35. etc.
WANTED — Assistant foreman In machine shop;
most be an expert -on machine work pertain-
ing to gas engines and pumps manufactured
; on the interchangeable plan; good salary and
steady position to right party. Address Sam- .
\u25a0son Iron Works, Stockton. Cal.
SALESMAN for California; experienced travel-
ing man preferred; line- staple for general
trade; position , permanent: $30 weekly ad-
vance with commission. SAWYER, LESLIE
,'& CO.. Detroit Mich. .
MEN i wanted to learn . the '\u25a0 barber trade ln S
weeks; special j Inducements Ito those enterlnc
now; situations guaranteed. For particulars
. rail or address MOI.ER COLLEGE, s-10-12
Fell st ' \u25a0\u25a0- ' '- \u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0'
SINGLE rooms 25 Cts. a night $1.50 to $2.50
week., St. George, Sth and Howard sts.
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing, plas-
i •' terlng, bricklaying, electrical trades: free cata-
lojrue; positions secured.- COYNE TRADE
SCHOOLS. New York and 230-240 Bth st. S. F.
INVENTORS— Patents obtained ln all countries:
7 attorneys ln Washington and foreign capitals;
special department for sal* of . patents. 3onn-
tas's Patent 'Agency. 1122 Market opp. 7th.
WANTED— First class dyer and spotter, or spot-
ter and- cleaner;' good wages to right party.
.Apply at once.; Angelus Dye Works, 525 So.
Spring st... Lot Angeles. , C-I. . - : -
WANTED — 200; men, for- cleanest Beds in city.
'\u25a0 \u25a0 15a per night, : $1 - per week. \u25a0\u25a0 Rooms 25c per
nljht. • $1.00 per \u25a0 week. . Portland • House, 50S-
:5 10 Davis, near Jackson. : - , - ,
MANAGER' to handle onr gold window letters;
".. $150,: per month;, small 7 investment ; required.
:. •.Mfgrs.,- 1222 Metropolitan bldg.. Minneapolis.
MEN and womento leu m the barber trade;yoa
earn from;s7 toso per -week "while learning;
./catalogue, free.. Molers College. ' 8 Fell ;st. \u25a0
HUSTLERS make*s2s to $30 weekly; outdoor
advertising;;" new plan; no "\u25a0 canvassing. 1 \u25a0 Mer-
chants' Outdoor. \dverl Li ing C 0. ,. Chicago.
WANTED— 3OO - to ' men 'to i Occupy single rooms
in The Glendale,' lols Folsom nr. 6tb> 23c aad !
\u25a0'\u25a0", 35c per night: $1.50 and $2 a week.
WANTED— Good tailor. coatmaSer. to work in- '\u25a0
side: steady work: good pay.- 3212 Adeline st,
.' -. South . Berkeley. .; Take , Grove-st : car. , ,
WANTED— Tinners and general Jobbers. Inquire
. HOLBROOK. : , MERRILL &-; STETSON. 17th
V and Wood sU.;. Oakland,. CaL \u25a0 .- . ;_'-.,
SELL lots In new subdivision; good proposition;
.. ; quick sales; $100 to , $200 . weekly. Call room
\u0084 1 1.\ 2105 i Bush st i '*\u25a0 > ,-'\u25a0,,... \u25a0 ../. -
WANTED— A 'man who can drive on shoesin'a
7 . Jobbing shop.7! J. . H. > DUTCHER, Livermore,
?>" Callfomln. \u25a0; * \u25a0:,:,•» 7 .;..7.;'." !•\u25a0.'<\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0
WANTED — Engineer for I laundry ; I state I exper-
',.: f lence. > salary » expected. ". . Box : 254. , Call office.
EXPERIENCED .and .trained nurse will care for
.: : nervocs . or, chronic ' case, v Box 608." Call office.
WANTED — Coat. ; '.pants M and ;; ' vest ' makers.
;' CAMPBELL & BERNSTEIN, 1611 Flllmore st.
LABOR ' Cf Dts collected anywhere; : suits and '• at-
1 \u25a0;\u25a0;, taehmtnts.i Knox.- 2352 Plna st, ? nr.' FiUmore.
SAILORS "and; ordinaries' for all parts of .world,'
; ; at y Herman's Shipping •' Agtccy. 45 1 Staaart t it;
BOYi^^ wanted' with' some,: experience la a horse-
7* shoeing and blacksmith : shop. Vi 512 Gough sty
WANTED-^-Man with- some; experience', ln .hand-
1- -ling clocks and \u25a0silverware. _ Box 259, Call. \u25a0. ;;
LUNCH waiters wanted; at 254 Brannan st'^
A" BOOKKEEPER > forf' small : wholesale . house;
; 1 reference. \u25a0. - Box 1 650,'^ Call, c Fillmore st .- ;- \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0-:: \u25a0\u25a0-: '.\u25a0
, ROOMS— loo ;to j rent:^ s2 week. • including baths.-
¥? 650 Jessio st^off 6th,': back postof nee.- _•
\u25a0 *i . - f -\u25a0-, i^rtr-i4rr-r\ i*^MiY"Ti-riT i <ft 1 -mr— tjtiii-T t* TTiT-n L -tfr - i -At ~t 1 if
HELP WAXTED— Male— Continued .
MURRAY & READY.
Leading Employment aad Labor Agents.
WHITE PALACE HOTEL BUILDING*'
11th and Market sts... 3an Francisco.
Phone? Special 6£6 and 657.
6th and Franklin sts.. Oakland.
Phone Oakland 7381.
127-129 South Los Angeles st. Los Angeles.
For different parts of California, Nevada, Ari-
zona, Utah, Oregoa. Washington. New Mexico.
On Borders of
FREE FARE. OREGON. FREE FARE.
175 laborers, drillers, rockmen. woedchoppers,
steam drill runners; J2 to $3 day.
. FREE FARE— SHIP TONIGHT.
SHASTA CO. SISKIYOU CO.
WIIX YOU GO?
300 men for B, R. work, new construction. 3
years* job, you'll do, free fare.
FRESNO— BAKERSFIELD— MERCED.
SHIP MONDAY. FREE FARE.
NOW TO THE-
YOSEMITE VALLEY— FREE FARE.
500 laborers, trackmen, drillers, etc.
SHIP TODAY. '
• MURRAY & READY. 11th andtMarket sts..
S. F. : 6th and Franklin sts.. Oakland.
engineers. machinists. carpenters.
Engineer, plant near city. $100; 2 donkey en-
gineers, $3.50 day; lathe hand machinist, mine
company, $3.75 day; machinist, city Job, fac-
tory, $3.25; 2 machinists, city job, $4 day; 6
carpenters, city Job. $3 day: carpenter, roush
work, steady. $3 day; 15 blacksmiths, shops.
mines, ranches, camps, etc., $3 to $4.50 day:
12 blacksmith helpers, city and country, good
wages: moldere. pattern-makers, casting caip-
350 BEDS AT HOME.
COME TO SAN FRANCISCO
MURRAY & READY have opened another
workingmeu's lodging-house, with 350 beds, at
, 6 11th st. and the price is only 25c per night
Remember the address — 6 11th st.
MACHINIST AND BOILERMAKERS' HELP-
6 machinists' helpers, city, $2.75 day; 6 boiler-
makers' helpers. $2.75 day; 3 painters, city
Job; 3 car repairers. Santa Cmz. $3.50 day;
leverman, dredger, $55 and found.
BOILERMAKERS. MINE COMPANY.
5 boilennafeers. mine, north, steady, 's3.37 day.
Man and wife, lumber company, see boss here,
man as stableman, wife to cook; man and wire
on small ranch. Santa Clara County, good
wajes; choreaan and wife, ranch, faro paid,
see boss here, $40 and found; laundryman aud
wife, private place, good wages, se» boss
here; 16 men and wives, other jobs.
MURRAY & READY, 11th and Market sts., S.
F.; 6th and Franklin st 3.. Oakland.
WOODS. SAWMILLS. YARDS.
270 men for different Jobs in 17 different
sawmills, Sonoma, Humboldt. Mendocico, Sha*-
' ta counties. $33 to $75 and found.
FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY.
25 tree f allers. free fare. $80 and found.
MEN WITH FAMILY.
15 married men with family to get steady Jobs
around big sawmill; boy can work In box fac-
tory: good wages; Inquire about it.
. NOW TO THE MINES.
25 miners, hand and machines.
15 muckers, gold and copper mines.
100 laborers to learn to mine; good wages.
2 rock foremen, near here, steady. $4 day.
3 lumber graders, see boss here, good wages.
! READ THESE
YOUR JOB IS HERE. MISCELLANEOUS
• Porter and drive bu*. country hotel. $30 and
found' vegetable gardener on ranch, Sonoma
Co., $35 and found; 2 stablemen, company job.
big wages; milk wagon, driver. $53 and found:
runner, city hotel. $35; choreman. hotel, fare
6Ce. $23 and found; Bailor, barge. $65: chore-
man, private place; bellboy; 6 men for factory.
- STABLE HELP.
56 stablemen, hostlers, buggy washers, bar-
ness cleaners. Doormen, city and oontry. $C 0
500 first-class rooms, -
50e. 75c. $1 per day.
$2.50 per week for mechanics; etc.,
including baths, at
WHITE PALACE t HOTJU
LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS.
20 laborers, factory, fare 20c. $i 5; 10 la-
borers, another factory. $67.50: 2rt laborers
for rock crusher and quarry, free fare. i>i.
'\u25a0 1720 laborers for city and country jobs, good
wages, $2.50 to $3.60 day.
7 carpenters' helpers, near city, $2.00 day.
128 teamsters, wagons aad scraper work, city
and country. $2.50 to $ I day.
FREE FARE. _.
50 teamsters. 2 and 4 horse, free fare. *«3.
FARM AND DAIRIES.
CHOREMEN AND BOYS.
2ft orchard farmer*, steady job. $30 to $40 and
fd.; 17 plow teamstera. fare $1, $45 and. fd.:
37 vineyard farmers, different, places. $30 to
$40 and f d. ; 123 farmer*, general work,
steady, $30 to $45 and fd.: 41 -milkers, dairy-
men, city and country, $33 to $45 and fd.; 18
choremen and choreboys. private places and
ranches, city and country, $15 to $40 and fd.
6 teamsters. 4-horse wagons, $45 aad fd.
MURRAY & READY. 11th and Market sts..
S. F. 6th and Franklin sts.. Oakland.
\u25a0 .. HOTELS. ETC-
2 camp cooks, free fare. $63: camp cook.
close by, $65; 3 ranch cooks, $3-1 to $40 and
fd.; 10 hotel cooks, city and country, *30 to
$75 and fd.; 17 restaurant cooks, city and
country, $50 to $75 and fd.; 3 hotel waiters,
country, fare paid, $35 and fd.: 2S waiters,
cltv and country hotels and restaurants: 6
porters and runners. $3ft and fd. ; bellboys,
elevator boys, distrwasliers, kitchen help.
Icecream maker, city, $1S wk.
Butcher, $50 and fd.; butcher. $13 wk. "
H camp waiters, fare $1. $33 and fd.
Coming into our office every mtnnte during
GET OUR DAILY LIST.
MURRAY- & READY. White Palace Hotel
Building. 11th and Market sts., S. F. 6th
and Franklin sts.. Oakland. y - \u25a0 .
COOK — Wanted, thoroughly experienced rook,
competent to take entire charge of kitchen and
, cater for 50 guests, at flrst-clas» summer re-
sort hotel opening May 1 ; ' also cook's helper (or
- \u25a0 man and wife) ; liberal salary and bonus to
right party, who will do bis utmost to assist
proprietor in* making It a success; best refer-
ences required. Apply to GEORGE SULLY.
Mente Rio, Cal. -
WANTED — EXTRA, at once, a few more good
men to prepare for U. S. CUSTOMS INSPEC-
TOR examination held at San Francisco, May
13. Great Increase of importations to • this
coast. Life positions. Starting salary. $3 per
rtay. See Immediately MR. OLIVER. 724 Mar-
ket St., opp. Call building. 2 to 6 p. m.
WANTED — Piano salesnen.and men to learn to
sell planoa; men who have had experience ia
the sewing machine business preferred: salary
and commission to start with: grand opportu-
nity to make good salary to right party. Box*
2327. Call. Oakland: ' -\u25a0
PATRONS for help charged $1 registry fee. ;
A kitchen boy for private family. .San Mateo,
. must speak German and English. $30; a butler
for private family, city. $43. MISS PLUNK-
ETT, 1592 Sutter. at, nr. Webster. Open 8
a. m. ; close 5 p. m.
GOOD boys wanted over 14 years of ags; $1.50
day. Apply 1527 Bash st
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
If you want help of any kind, mal* or
female, \u25a0 telephone J. C. Westenburg. supt. of
the Whosoever Will Rescua Mission and New
Merit Home Free Employment Bureau. 368 »tn
st Telephone Oakland 5203.
IMMEDIATELY — Young men to qualify for rail-
way mail clerk, custom-nonse and other good
positions; examinations soon. Call or write tor
free catalogue. .10 to 5, 7 to- 8, West Coast
. Correspondence Schools. 616 Van Ness aye.
WANTED — Men, each State, to distribute sam-
ples of our goods and tack advertising signs;
salary $21 per week ; $3 * day expense allow-
ance. ; SAUNDERS CO., Dept $. Chicago.
WANTED— A I good cook: waj« $30; private
family; permanent; gocd place: references re-
quired. ' Call at $13 Devlsadero st, mornings
'or evenings. . ' • . -
WA-NTED — 900 men to fill ~ beds at 15c per
night at the Phoenix, S2S Howard »t. be-
tween 4th and 3th. : - .
BRIGHT boy for. office work. Apply engineer
department. Telephone Co.. Scott and Fell sts.
WANTED — 300 men to sleep at the Shasta
House; - beds 15c and 20c. 703 Harrison, cor. 3d.
SCHOOL boy to carry morning paper; no Sunday
, wcrlc. Daily Pacific Builder, 1323 Mission st.
! BOY wanted ; to ' assist ln packing department.
ICKELHEIMER BROS.. 1115 Sntter st.
WANTED — An old man with ; experience ia gro-
cery business. ; Apply 7 ISC* , Scott \u25a0st • • .
WANTED — 600 men to eat our celebrated 15c
meal., 14 11th at. i White. Palace. -.-
WANTED— Man to help in kitchen and wait at
' table in saloon. * 625 Sonsome st
WANTED — An office "Boy. Apply at the
WOODRUFF. C 0..; 1557 Franklin st.
WANTED— Casaccrs ; rs3 > per week. ; Apply
White House, \u25a0 Pine and Van ' Ness. »
WANTED — An office boy. Apply at the WOOD-
7 RUFF. C 0. ,-1537 Franklin st. •
WANTED— WaIter: wages \u25a0 $35 and room. Ne-
., vada House. -301 20th St.- -' .'
LINOTYPE operators. Pernan Publishing Com-
• pany,7423 Hayes st J-; , -
HOT baths, 20c." '31S0 16tn st.,* between* Guer-
.-\u25a0 rero s and ' Valencia.' 7 • - '
HELI* WAXTITD— .MaIe — Co_tlnne«f
AT COSTIGAN 4 CO.'S Ewplovment Ofllce.
San Francisco Offlc». Phone Mark«t 20OT
4 and * Fell st. opposite li'tU and Ma rite t
Oakland Office Located
6th and Wasaixtgten sts. Pbone Oakland 2S-X
SHIP TODAY."3 P. M.
NEVADA COUNTY— NEVADA TODAY.
HALF FARE— W FARE— QALr FABE.
HAVEN OR RENO OR BOCA. *4 FARE.
SHIP TODAY— CALL EARLY— BOSS HERB.
20 freight teamietsrs. steady jos>. 52.5 P.
Single haad miners. $3. $3-5O; boss leaves to-
£ay. 5 p. in.
Machine rciaers. $3.73. $4; machine helpers.
Mucker* and laborers. $2.50 to 13.
Remember. Nevada, half fare. £!: that's all.
LUDLOW TODAY— LUDLOW.
le mile rate — SoutS — lc mil* rate.
Then free fare oa to t?»« wort — lo Tcnopaa.
That's all — $s.lC— Tbat'a all — $.'.H>.
New Jol> — Just »tart!nT — Go Today.
510 Miles— South—^lo Miles.
73 teamsters, scrapers and wasons. &2.30 day.
. 150 laborers, camp laborers, watchmen. $2._-">.
1 Team gang foreman. $3.50. Lndlow.
Ship today — Remember — Go Today.
SHIP TODAY— SHIP TODAY.
ARIZONA— Ie MUe— ARIZONA— Ic Mile.
SO teamsters. $2.30: 30 laborers. $2.23.
$5.10 Fare— s3.lo Fsr»— Thit's all.
lc MUe Rate— lc Mil* Rate.
Close to TONOPAH. Nev.— Close to TONOPAB
30 teamsters. $2.30: 30 laborers. $2.23.
Coppersmiths, machinists, bollermakera.
Teamsters, wagons and scrapers. $2.30. to- $3.
Laborers, city. 8 and 9 hours. J2.60 to 53. 75.
Laborers, city and country. $2.23 to $2.50.
4 section foremen. Arizona, free fare. £2.70.
4 extra gang foremen, coast division. $30.
4 extra gang foremen, norta. $i>o.
2 section foremen. Bakersfleld. .Tucson. $2.70.
3 section foremen, houses furuUbeti. Merced
district $2.70 day.
Wagon woodworker, city, run handsaw. $!.
Remember, Arizona Today. $3.10.
. Free Fart — Free ! Fare. \u25a0
For the Great Santa Fe Uallroad.
Tnnnel work — Tuanet work.
Go Today— Frte Kare — Loot Job.
25 tunnelmen and tlmnern:en. 43.5'> day.
40 inside laborers. Sunt.i Fe work. $2.25.
- Board and room wltb company; steady.
Look — Free Fare — Lock.
Remember Merced Today.
Merced Today— V. V. It. lt^-.tt»rced.
Laborers. $87.30: laborers. $67.3*
Drillers. $73: drillers. »73.
Teamsters, $73; teamsters. $73.
Teamsters; fare lOcr co. board: $2..">0 <tiy. 1
4 waiters. S. P. dinta? rtept. $40 fd.
6 men for. factory work. city. $2.2." day.
23 teamaten. wapmj. Oakland: $2.30.
Look— Work— City— Park.
10 laborers, work around city park: S_.-'.* rtay.
Remember^ — we ship to<lay to Nevada. Arttjna.
Tonopah. E.os Ang«lea. Ba.ersSeM. GoiddelO.
4 carpenters, wnorete forms, city. $3<>.
20 laborers, city, mix concrete. $73 mouth.
8 teamsters, work nro>;:icl po?o fipld. $.".'J". day.
12 laborers, factory, near city. $2.25 day.
Tents furnished, etc.
BCO Greeks, board yourstlf. $2.'-3 day. R. R.
1 interpreter, same Job. $73 month.
General blacksmith, close, shoe, sharpen tools.
$3.30; wok. city. $30 and fd. : camp waiters.
Porter, city. sa'.con. splendid Job; $14 week.
Ntgbt watchman. $'.>'J; barnvs» cleaner aud
WANTED^ — First rlass bookkeeper: eood «alary.
CaU. with letters of reremmend-trtm. between
9 and 11. SUREVE & CO.. Van Ness aye.
and Sacra meu to st.
BEOTUKRHOOD of Owls. . TVanted. organizers-
with refe-"»ncp». who can handle g<x*i terri-
toty In establishing on« of tbe best fraternal
and benevolent organisations; rew. attractlv»
and nnique: must be ah> to address a meet-
Is? preliminary tn Irstitntloo and financially
able to come to Walla Walla. Wash., for In-
; structioas. Address H. L. UEAVITT. Walla
; WaUa. Wash.
t : — •
STOCK CLERK. APPLT TO MR. DAVIS.
CARE I.EVI STRAUSS & CO.. VALENCIA.
BET. 13TH AND 14TH.
*— - ™™™ \u25a0
WANTED — Ymni? man to wort ta stock roots
and learn the crockery bostnesst. Apply ta
general manager. NATHAN-DOHRMANN CO..
. 1520-1550. Van Ness aye.
BOY about 11 or 15 for men's famishing store.
2203 Ftllnora st. '
WANTED — Restaurant coo_. 3204 Tultoa st.
\u25a0 near Chutes.
BOY to leans boatbuilding. Box 240. CaU
SHOES repaired whUe yoo watt. Cot Bat*'
Ss«x» Retiatrine Co.. IS *th at. n«ar Market.
WANTED — Good salesmen ta repreneot as hi
coulee territories; highest commission paid:
', rash advaaced for expenses; everything f'.ir-
I BUbed. Address OREGON NURSERY COM-
PXN'Y. S»l»»m. Oregon.
ACTIVE, ambitions, experienced ooo_ »K»Ucltor«
wanted; flrst-clasa. new proposition; virgin ter-
ritory: excellent opportunity for strong «a!e*»
men of good addew tn make $100 per week.
Call 141. Investors' bid?.. 4th and Market st*.
SALESMAN experienced la any I!ne to sell gen-
eral trade ia California; aa uaexzelied' specl-il-
ty proposition: comoiUniloa. with $33 weekly fr»r
expenses. The Continental Jewelry Company,
Cleveland, Ohio. '
SIX weeks' Instruction in traveling salesman-
nhlp; position guaranteed upon completion.
Bradstreet System. Rochester, N. Y.
EXPERIKNCFD salesman wanteit Apply- be-
tween 9 and 10 a. m.. 433 Golden Gate aye. ;
stlary ani commission.
TVANTED^ — Position as salesman by yonng man:
good reference*. Bn» i?3O. C^U.
MANY men and womea ta city aad vicinity ha*-»
been cared of piles, fistula, etc. (some at ZH CJ
40- years' »tanding>. to stay rnred wttttcuji
knife, danzer ct hlodrance frooi business. CaU
Investigate. THOS. 3. KISSEB. il. D.. 2uyi
LOST AXD FOUXD
LOST — A passbook with th» Hlhamla Saving
and Loan Society of San Francisco ta th«
name of JOHN DEVE£Y and UARTBA J.
DEVERT. Xa. 240-01 S. The flad«r will pl«as«
retnra to bank. Cn>*» same ta rettira^'l
withia flve days a new book will be Issued
to t£» applicant
LOST — A passbook with The Hfternta Sivins*
and Loan Society of San Francisco ta the
name of THOMAS GRIMLET er CATHERINR
HARRINGTON. N<x 277-1263. Tn# toder
will please return to bask. Unless same is
returned within five daya a sew book will -be
Issued to the. applicant
LOST — A passbook wlta the Hibernia Saving
and Loan Society of San Frsnctseo ta . tto»
name of MRS. MARGARF.T KKMP. No. 13T-
786. 294-128. The finder win please return t-»
. bask. ' Unless saaie is returned withia fly«
days a new book will be Issued, to the asal*»
cant. \u25a0 __
LOST — A passbook wita The Hibernia Savinsr*
and iLoen So<^»rv cf Ssn Pmoclsco In t s e
name of MICHAEL COLLINS. No. 43-401.
The finder will please return to bank. Unless
same ii ret— raea withia fly« days a new bock
.will be issued ta the applicant
LOST — Near adjutant"? ofaee. Presidio, on Feb-
ruary 22. lady's gald watch, wttti leather fob;
Initials X. D- R. Return t<v LIEUTENANT
TILMAN CAMPBELL, Presidio, and rec«iv»
LOST — Diamond cluster pin late Saturday even-
Ing 'en Fillmore or California st Will pay
very liberal rtwsrd for retnra of same to
2677 California st.; or. call tp H Went U4X
LOST — On 5:10 Tibunm boat, a lady's handbag.
coataialßc baggage etteck. . keys.' money aad
papers; reward. Return to St. 'Luke's llci-
[\u25a0 Pltal. . .A
i LOST — Friday; lady's gold watch; menegr*n>
A. E. X. : bet 24 th and Sanchei and 23rt and
Valencia: reward tf retcmgtf to 3»57 23d st.
I $10 reward fur retora or for iafarmatlon, leading
! thereto of white male, tax terrier; rtxht-aid«
; cf head aad both ears black. • 2374 23d at. *
' LOST — A canvasser's suit case containing nnder-
, clothes and coat; return -to P-- B. STIMMEL.
. 1432 . Florida St.. aear Army; reward.
LOST — Young Irish setter; please return St.
- Agnes rectory, 1310 Page st. near Masonic
I lave.: licensed. . :
! LOST— Sound - horse, with whtta face. Return
: to J. O'SHEA. 2030 17th st; reward.,
FOUND— Great dane female; license number
4725. . Call 1414 Bryant at.
MISS . M. RICHA r.DS* spring mllUaery foods
arrived. 962 Valencia st •
LOST — Pas*book No. 26255; please return same
to Mutual Savings Bank.
LOST — Door for Cadillac automobile; reward.
" 25 e 9 Mission sf •• • - •
JAPANESE . Hooseeleanlns Cck; est. l?9O. Fraa_
Hamada, IC2B Oak St.; phone Veil 2101,
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