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ArrOMOBXLES
AUTOMOBILES for everybody.
Winton 4 cyL; finest condition; snap; $900..
Ford, 2 cyl.; detach, tonneau; fine: $400.
Beo runabout, top. Jump seat: buy $450.
PHOENIX AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE.
4r.th St and San Pablo Aye.. Oakland.
From S. F., Key Route to 40th and San Pablo.
MY '06 Reo runabout Is for sale; it has a fl&e
top, back seat for 2 more persons, search-
light on tbe dash, 2 front {ratJigbts; tires in
nice condition; engine strong, aad car will
oarry 4 people tnjrwhpre. Inquire for MR.
SAMSON at 4495 San I'ablo aye.. Oakland.
U. L. WILBEBT & SON. 15th and Mission st«.
Automobile repairing In all Its branches; only j
f rst-class mechanics employed, and work goar- j
enteed. TeL Market 1031.
FOR sale — Stevens Duryea. model 1906. full j
equipment, gas tank ami speedometer. In good j
oondHlon. only slightly used. 00 E. llth st.
E. Oakland. - |
BCKSTBOM CAB— GH. 424-4:U Stxt-yan: phone
Park 476. Aotomoblles boupbt. sold, repaired;
eupplles; touring care for hire at all boors.
~ K. 11. MORRIS— ACTO BROKER,
675 SGtb st. Oakland. Ccl.
Phone Oakland 45C2.
PULLMAN automobile on exhibition «t the
ealesroom of the FRANK O. RENSTROM CO..
424 to 446 Stanyan st \u25a0.
ULIENTnAL BRO.. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR-
ING SI7G 21ST ST.. NEAR MISSION. TEL.
MARKET 532.
AUTOMOBILE repairing: stornce hattery charg-
ing, repairing. L L. De JONGH. 448 Fulton.
CELIANCE AUTOMOBILE CO.. 517 Fulton st;
garsjring and renting: repairing cf all kinds.
SAN FRANCISCO VULCANIZING CO.. 425
Valencia et Auto «re repairing our roecUlty.
}-«iR f-al«> — Small runshout In trood condition; a
hsresin: at omv>. *j.Vi.'. rwl'.fomla ft.
ADOPTIOX
DR. EMILIE FUNKE'S maternity tUU; Infants
adopted: strictly private. 1416 Sth ef, A'.a-
cieda. Cal.
ART GLASS
PLAIN, leaded and art glass. N. HURRELL,
212 Googh st. between Oak and Fell.
ART REPAIRING
H. MIZUHARA. 2300 California et; gen. art
rppmricc. Ref.: White House. Natnan-U. Co.
ARCHITECTS \
WILLIAMS BROS..
SUPERINTENDENTS OF CONSTRUCTION
We erect steel, concrete, brick or frame build-
lugs at actual cost of material and labor,
chsrjrlng a definite sum for our services; pay-
ments for material made <!lrectly to seller by
ctrner.
L. MASTROPASQUA. architectural engineer.
723 Monadnock building, San Francisco.
McDOUGALL BROS., architects. 721 Devlsadero
st. bet. Fulton and Grove: phone West 5592.
N. HIRANO. Japanese designer and building
contractor. 1621 StUter st.: tel. West 7CCB.
BAR AND STORK FIXTURES
STANDARD Furniture Mfg. Co.. S5l Bryant st,
makes all kinds of furniture: tables a specialty.
CALIFORNIA Home Industry. 2: 4 Sth ft.— Bar
and store fixtures, showcases always on hand.
J. MARTENSON i_akes office. Ftore and bar fix- |
tures. 218 13tli st., bet. Mission and Howard. :
WESTERN FIXTURE CO.. store, office and bar
fixtures, cabinet, carpenter work. 608 Turk.
FOR store, office or bar fixtures see McCOLM _
BARNARD. 2027 EIUs St.. above Devlsadero.
GOLDEN mEST WOODWORKING COMPANY.
•^.^•r'S 14th st
CLAIR VOYAXTS
CLAIRVOYANCE
EXTRAORDINARY.
STRANGE GUTS.
• An Honest Proposition.
MR. CARL A. CABLE, Npw York's
Celebrated clairvoyant, medium and
palmist. Is permanently located here.
His honesty, test of time and 14
years' continuous successful practice
have proved beyond all doubt that
Mr. Cable is the leader of his profes-
sion. As proof of his wonderful pow-
er, be will positively mak* no
charge for his services unless you
are entirely satisfied and find hint
superior to any palmist, medium or
rlslrvoyant In the city: tells your
full name, what you call for. whom
and vrhen you will marry: whether
husband, wife or swi»etlieart Is true
or false; names of friends, enemies-
or rivals; reads your entire life from"
Infancy to old ape, giving names,
dates, facts and Crcres. Advice on
business, law, health, love, marriage,
divorce and oil domestic and finan-
. •*• '.'-.• da! difficulties: reunites separated;
renews yo-atb and vital force; locates
mines and valuable ores.
Remember. CABLE positively guar-
antees success when al! otners fall.
Snecial reading this week, LOW
FEE. 50c. Call today.
Don't mistake the name end num-
ber.
CABLJ% 1192 O'Farrell Ft, near
GOUgtl. V- -'f« '.
Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays,
11 to 4.
THF. White Mystic of India.
ORMONDE, formerly 10 years on Market st:
a clairvoyant with power: genuine, reliable,
conscientious; past present, future: business
advice, love, marriage, divorce: removes evil
iaflnences. tells your full cane; born In tbe
Orient with the power of any 10 medium* •
readings tX. 1510 Devlsadero st. between El-
lls and O'Farrell.
MISS M. WILLE. the famous crrstal sM-ess, lo-
cated at 1505 Geary St.. between Laguna and
Buchanss: one who Is well known and one who
Is competent to read your life: she repeals the
past pives correct forecast of the future and
will give valuable advice concerning all mat-
lirs of business; readings dally, 10 a. m. and
, 6 p. tn. Phone West 7488.
MME. PORTER, gifted clairvoyant medium, tells
past present and future: born with a double
veil; second sight, cards, resd clalrvoyantly
Jadies 50c. rent* $1: palmistry and clairvoyant
fitting*; full life rending $1.50. Open Sun-
da.vs; walk ia: top floor. 1533 O'Farrell st
MRS. EMMA WADSWORTH FOSTER, the well-
kno-n trance medium, pives truthful advice;
all human affairs advised upon with unerring
a<furary: readings and magnetic treatments
dally from 10 a. m. to S n. m. 1705 Goush
st.. hetxreen Pine and California.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmlut:
a wonderful prophetr-ss: name*; ladle* 50^-
gents, $1; hrs. 10 to 9. 1260 Ell's, nr. Laguna!
MME. MILLER, great card reader, just arrived
from East; has lorated at Sunset Hotel, room
P; McAllister, nr. Webster; gents 50c. ladles 25c.
MME. BURKMAN— Card reader; ladles and ren-
tletnen. 50c. 1003 Buchanan st. nr. McAllister.
PROF. LA CLAIR, psychic palmist and life
readings: c.«e*tio_ answered. 1202 A Golden
Gate «ye.
MME. EUGENIE, scientific palmist card render;
reveals facts that astonish yon. 1465 Valencia.
MADAM SCHAEFFER. clairvoyant card reader.
water seer. 704 Lagana, bet Grove and Fulton.
MME. LOUISA. Spanish clairvoyant and card
reader. 1037 A Golden Gate aye.. rat. 1 and 2.
SPIRITUALISM
— \u25a0 — — — \u25a0 — '\u25a0
MRS.'EVERS. spiritual clairvoyant and medium
Just arrived; highest testimonials; advice on
nil tnatters. medical Included; fee $1 upward*
hours 11 to 8. 212S Bushst, near Fillmore*
no sign.
DB, ROWLAND'S 50c readme* are helping 'all-
yon can stake your life on bis bonestv; circle'
25c. tonight 2002 Sntter st. near Ft'limore. '
MME. VlCARS— Spiritual meetings every night*
sittings dally. .003 Buchanan, nr. McAllister.
MRS. SEAL. f-piritußl medium; readings daily.
788 McAllister Bt; circle Thursday. 8 p. m.
CHIROPODISTS
DR. GEO. DUNCAN, expert chiropodist 1550 El-
lis sf. near FiUmore. All foot aliments cured.
HARRIS H. KATZ. chiropodist: expert nut-
ceger; electric apparatus. 11C3 Golden Gate.
DR. JAS. BROWN, expert chiropodist at Empo-
rium. Van Ness and Post; formerly 6 Geary.
PROF. MISS VIOLET, chiropodist and massage,
1211 McAllister st \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -
CASH REGISTERS
CASH registers. 521 sizes, of all prices, for all
kinds of basinet*, on liberal terms. National
Cash Register Co.. 12g3 Golden Gate aye.
CASH registers; all makes, sixes, from $10 up;
our prices less than half. £.29 Market st. ;
t!;wt«lr*.
COMMERCIAL ART .
HUXT 00-2170 Post ut phone We«t 6285. la-
j _____.
DETECTIVES ;
MCCARTHYS Detective Agency.' Reliable Infor-
mation _ civil and criminal affairs; legal and
i<-otnmercial reft.; ' com munic* tione • confidential.
122S Fillmore. cor. Eddy.. Phone West 3078.,
THOS. *_5C__THr, Priadpali , - j
BUSINESS CHANCES
WANTED — A brlcht husj-jess man with $3000
to lutc--; as partner In a well-establisbad elec-
tri<*a l business: a cr^at opportunity for the
rijrht r'srty. Call DE VAULL & JOHNSON.
Delicatessen and branch bakery; \u25a0* on Ssn
Pablo aye.: BPnt $30: has Hvlns rooms. MITCH-
KNER & BARTON, SIC Brt>adwa.v. Oaklaml.
RESTAURANT, bar and private rooms; $200 to
$2."»0 per day; lini l»»aR(>: oTrnor loavinj: aud
will sacrifice. MITCUF.XKR & BARTON. 916
Broadway, Oakland. \u25a0
COUNTRY hotel, 40 moms and bar: cheap rent,
long lease; 2 hours' ride . from S. F. ; price
$3000: bar worth the price. MITCHENER &
BARTON. QIC Broadway. Oakland.
CASH ffrocery and bakery for $G5O: old: 'estab-
lished store; bas living rooms; price in sight.
MITCIIENER & BARTON, 916 Broadway, Oak-
land. \u25a0 \u25a0 - . .
FOR sale — 425 shares of the capital stock" of a
well paying electrical machinery company. Es-
tablished IPOI. Doing a ' flourishing business.
1175 shares issued. Five directors. Apply
room 34. Marson building. 13S0 Sntter st
COMPLETE restaurant for sale cheap; can seat
100: in class A building; long lease of store
Rnd two months' rent free: after that rent $50
per month for one year. Call at 75S Howard
st.. Hotel Norden. . \u25a0
PAYING restaurant for sale in a (rood location:
a rood place for man and wife; will sell
cheap. «•< owner is going to Alaska. Please
rail at 112 Juniper st., between Bryant and
Harrison.
FINE opportunity— First-class , restaurant and
oyster house: reasonable. Box 600, Call office,
1651 Fillmore st •
FOR rent— Furnished hotel in San Miguel, Cal.
Inquire WM. YON VOSS. 336 Lyon, st. city.
HAVE $10,000 to Invest and make turn in 30
to 60 days; what have you? Box 2147. Call.
SMALL candy ptore for sale reasonable; for par-
ticulars address box 891, Call. 1651 Fillmore.
PARTNER wanted with $2000 to $4000 in large
botel In cltr. Bnx 21R5. Call.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE
BUCHANAN. 1005 — House of 11 rooms, moder-
ately furnished; cheap if taken at once; party
leaving city. '
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
ARMSTRONG BUILDING CO., 1215 Gough St.,
will furnlsb plans and build your house, loan-
Ing yon Its total cost on ea*y term: open Sun.
M'CULLOUGH CONTRACTING CO.. 2023-2033
Market — Buildings designed and erected quick-
ly, economically; no "waiting for millwork."
W. G. THORSEN. house and sign painting,
paperbanglng, decorating. 444 Octavia et.,
near Hayes.
JAMF.S HERCHE. ENGINEER AND MILL-
WRIGHT. 1111 LAGUNA. TEL. WEST 4160.
P. De NOOY & VAN DAM. eamenters. contract-
• ors; cab. work. 1284 A. Eddy. Phone West 4624.
! LOTS cleired and graded at cost. I. V. BUT-
; TON. general teaming. 509 Golden Gate aye.
I C. H. TUBBS. contractor, bulldet. Jobbing; shop
538 Fulton; residence 317 Prague st.
D. HOULE, 1364 Eddy st. contractor and build-
er; store and office fixtures.
G, W. BRUNNKR. 1257 Eddy st; picture frames
and cabinet work.
CIGARS
HORN & CO.. wholesale tobacco and cigars:
Cubanola and El Sidelo cigars. 18 Sacramento
st. orr>. tbe ferries.
DRESSMAKING
ACCORDION, knife and sunburst pleating, but-
tonholes and buttons made at Stewart's Lining
and Notion Store. 1213 Post St., near Van
Ness aye.: formerly of Taylor st
SUNBURST, accordion, knife pleating.' buttons,
buttonholes, lining, notions; mall orders sollc-
ited. STEELE'S. 1420 Post; phone West 6428.
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School.
1215 Post st. near Van Ness. Branch 1018
Washington st.. Oakland. Patternscut toorder
LE MODELE School of Dressmaking; patterns
cut to measure. -\u25a0 1515 Bosh st.. room 0.
MISS M. H. SNYDER. evening gowns; teL West
fifilO. 1542 Wehster st.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
THE HINOY.
Japanese ladles' tailoring and millinery store.
1610-4 Geary St.. S. F.
MILLINERY
FREEMAN, MILLINER, now located 1205 Sutter
st, near Polk, formerly 435 Geary.
JUST arrived, our new spring hats. MISS H.
- A. PRAG. 910 McAllister st.
DISPLAY fine Easter millinery. MISS ML
RICHARD. 962 Valencia st
BEE HIVE, 525-27 McAlllater, has a, full line
of sprinc hats.
LADIES' TAILORS
LADIES, we make suits of very best material,
$'J5; this special advertises us; before getting
your suit see us and decide . accordingly. K.
BEDROS, 1531 Sntter st -
LOUIS LINDSTRUM. ladles' , tailoring; formerly
Donohoe bldg.. now 1304 Post, near Franklin.
H. BETTE. - - -.*\u25a0.- '*,•\u25a0
i!S3 Ellis st: spring novelties. '
FURS
B. KANTNER. manufacturing fnrrier. formerly"
122 Stockton st. now 2000 Sutter, rooms 1-2.
G. BARE, furrier, formerly Lachman & Co., now
_15_15_gusb_jt :j; _cor. JV'an Ness aye.. upstairs.
HAND-PAINTED CHINA '*
Dora's Ceramic Supply Store, 759-761 McAllister;
largest oa Paclflc Coast; devoted exclusively
to white china, supplies; direct Importers. .
EDUCATIONAL ,r
ARCHITECTURAL, mechanical (electrical) draw-
ing, mathematics (evenings). Metropolitan Busi-
ness College, School of Drawing. 025 Golden
Gate aye.; art penmanship, Etiplna; stenog-
raphy; position; day $10. evenings $5 month.
LENA BUDD POWERS, school of expression and
dramatic art 761 Fillmore; graduate and post
graduate of Emerson College of Oratory, Bos-
ton; gradnate of Columbia.
" GEO. ROBERT PUCKETT\
Dancing Instructor: private lessons dally, 1 to 5.
Cotillion Hall. 159 Church, at 14th aad Market
ENGINEERING — Civil,- elec!., mining, mech.,-
survey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.: est. 1804.
Van der Nalllen School. 51st &. Teleg..Oaklnd.
"EVERYTHING FOB SCHOOLS," books, sta-
tionery, apparatus, fnrnlture. The Wbltaker
& Ray Co., Grove and Van Ness. . : .
MISS POTTER, teacher of elocution: after-
noons, 2to 5. 1362 Post st
MME. de MARS, competent French and i piano
teacher; lessons $1; at studio. 50c. 605 Stelner.
PROF. T. A. ROBINSON. Individ, instr.; book-
keeping. Eng. math., etc; day, eve. 290 Page.
GUITAR, mandolin, piano, singing; new classes
forming; 8 lessons $3. 892 Halghf c. Devlsadero
UEALD'S Engineering SchooJ. 295 Locust aye.,
cor. Franklin st; all branches: day and eve.
HEALD'S Business College. 1451 Franklin st,
S. F., and Bacon bldg., Oakland; day and eve.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College now located
at 783 Fillmore. near Hayes; day and evening.
R. PFAENDLER. pianist;'* pupils taught, classic
or popular. 385 Fell St., Phone Fe11' 1437. *\u25a0
S. C. BALDWIN.' \u25a0'
Banjo, mandolin, gnltor. . 1374 Hayes st
ALL court reporters recommend \u25a0Gallagher-Marsh
Business College. 464 DevUa_ero tt -
MERRILL-MILLER ( College. I. pleasantly I located
• at <33FUlmore at; day and evenings. \u0084 '- -;.
SIG. G. A VEDANO. vocal teacher; pure Italian
- method. ,Btndlo 127 Le Roy place.
THE BKRLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES—
2531 Washington sty near FiUmore.
v EMPLOYMENT . OFFICES
MOST reliable Japanese ; and Chinese employ.
. meat office on the coast; J furnishes best help.
• all kinds, \u25a0 and guarantees ; the capability ; and
qualifications of every one \u25a0\u25a0 of s them sent out
8 .?- HATSUMI. 1513 Oeary^f;
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.' -^
Male and female; best cooks, waiters, porters,
general housework,: second \ work and kitchen
help, office help, etc-* In the city: ( H. K. ODA.
1721 Post st; phone West 4634. '..,' :
A^SV lABI ' B CWnese-Japanese emp.' office. •; A
' \ H< 2 E J; *"?£• '"al" 51 "" best- help, with care
and dispatch. 1748 Sutter st; teL i West 2803.'
AN original Japanese and Chinese Emp. Office—
Guarantees first-class help of all kinds;; Frank
PUosaW, 2140 Flllmorft «t< phone West 889.,
•_^n;s^y -^
EMPLO YMEXT OFFlCES— Conttnnecl
H. W. HONG. Chinese' employment'of flee; moved
from 517% Webster to' 837 Webster. st.V" Oak-
land; opp.Germanla Hall;- tel.: Vernon; 241.'
CHINESE and Japanese I employment I office, • 862
; Bth st;. tel; Oak 3101., 8. HALL, r Oakland, Cal.
JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp.. Office. .* Phone West
\u25a0 1731. T. TAMURAS. 1612 Laguna* st. a ->- ".. \u25a0>
EMPLOYMENT AVAXTEeC— Femaie'r >
A HEALTHY German .woman wishes position as
wetnurse; willing to travel;: references Dr.
E. Funke's Maternity Villa, 1410 Sth st, Ala-
. meda. : . . . • . „\u25a0 '- :i _t _! ; >'\u25a0\u25a0 _:
WISH • any work "by tbe . day ; " housecleaning.
etc.:- $1.50 a' day and- carfare: 'please .state
particulars.' Address bos 2134, Call: office." -i. ;
POSITION wanted by.; first • class, ;• experienced
- stenographer, or will ' work for ; two .or more
local offices. Box 2163, Call office. -\u25a0'-.\u25a0
DRESSMAKER — Will go out by the day; high-
class work: bent references. \u25a0 Address . Dress-
; maker, 1379 O'Farrell st.',.v -\u0084-../ ' .'
YOUNG colored woman; housecleaning or cham-
berwork; sleep home; $2 day. 2488 Greenwich
St.. near Scott.* \u25a0'"-'\u25a0 ir \u25a0 '
EMPLO YMEXT WANTED— MaIe
SITUATION wanted by 'flrst-class r launch'; man
-and gasoline engineer: 3 years', experience with
marine engines: can do his own ' repairing.: Box
1050. Call office. Oakland. . _
A THOROUGH, competent . millwright and ma-
y cblnlst -wishes -position; competent^ t.» take
charge of plant, mine or. sawmill. Call -or
write, 1416 Turk : st. .- . . ,
EXPERIENCED* man, handy with tools, would
I ike. to get a Job; thoroughly acquainted. In nil
branches of carpenter .work. 'Address box 605,
Call, Fillmore st ... -1
POSITION wanted In lawyer's office or any tits
business firm ; good iin \u25a0 all kinds of clerical
| work and typewriting. . Apply box 2158. Call.
j A TRUST WORTHY \u25a0 man i wants ; a situation a*
night watchman: .oest of references. Address
I. 8.. 463 Third aye.. Richmond , District. ;
PORTER or (reneral man In store or warehouse
used to packing and shipping; strong and will-
Ing; references. ~. Box 1062. Call office.
YOUNG man with good references would like to
work part of the day; collecting preferred.
Address Box 1060. Call. ' Oakland.
WANTED — Situation as engineer "or - fireman,
carpenter, > electrician or pipefitter. .' Address
W. H. 8.. box 2144. Call office. ._,-
PUBLIC stenographer; will take dictations ' at
any time or place. S. A. EROSS. 1033 Golden
Gate aye. Phone Market 2206. ' . .'\u25a0-"-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
LABORER and foreman of long experience In
foundations and bridges wants to get work.
. G. DIEMARIO. 130% 28th st ,
WANTED I—A1 — A position as warehouseman or
stockman by a sober, industrious man of good
address. Box 2153, Call of flee. '.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
YOUNG man with. 8 years' experience as a car-
pet and drapery' salesman 'desires position jat
.once. Bor 993, Call office.. -
ENGINEER, all-around man, stationary or hoist,
city references, wishes position in city or near
by. Box 788. Call office. \u25a0.---'
GARDENER wants situation; experienced' ln all
branches; care horse, poultry; references. Bor
2161, Oall o/flce. :
WANTED — -A position as practical jewelry Job-
ber. Address GEO. GUNNER, Bncahnan, Mich.
JAPANESE wants position as schoolboy in small
family. TOM. 1158 Halght st. Tel. Park 1128.
RIGGER wants work; familiar with hoisting
machines. Box 2159. Call office. -
SAJVTA CRUZ EMPLOYMENT
IF you want work 'of any description, male or
female, write to J. W. McCUISTION, 266 Pa-
dflc aye.. Santa Crux. \u25a0'\u25a0' '
HELP WANTED — Female
WANTED — Young women to learn telephone op-
erating; paid while learning; salary , increased
after first two weeks and further Increased
after work becomes efficient ...
Dally luncheons furnished^ free; .and .'rest
rooms, with matron in attendance.. '
Permanent positions; cood chances for ad-
vancement. Apply 2019 Stelner st.
PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO.
~~~~ ' - ' \u0084 , .- . V . ' -.- \u25a0
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 STRAUSS & CO.: .VALENCIA. BET.
13TH AND 14TH. . 7A|JPLY MR. DAVIS.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON SHIRTS:
GOOD PAY; CLEAN. STEADY WORIvT NEW
FACTORY: WELL HEATED AND' VENTI-
LATED: INEXPERIENCF.D TAUGHT AND
PAID WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS
& CO., VALENCIA. BETWEEN 13TH AND
14TH.- APPLY MR. HINSHAW.
PRESSERS wanted on overalls. - Apply LEVI
STRAUSS & CO., Valencia and Vroslan. 13th
and 14th sts. .
HANDSEWERS. APPLY TO MR.i DAVIS.
CARE LEVI STRAUSS - & CO..' VALENCIA
ST., BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
J ... — — \u25a0 : \u25a0 ;
FEMALE help wanted at National Laundry;
, 3844 18th st. \u25a0' : ,
WANTED — Two - women cooks • for. a \u25a0 restaurant
; and lunch counter; ; must be . steady: the b<"»t
\u25a0of pay; no objection to woman .with a-: child;
also want one woman to make taraalcn; also
. two waitresses. ApDly .to -Sportsmen 1 - Ros-'
taurant, N. DAVIS, Qulncy.Plumas,' Co., Cal.
PHESSER on shirts. - \u25a0 v.. ,-- , .-.-.. ~ ~"
Girls to eew labels on shirts/
Girls to sew buttons on shirts.- <\u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0,
ULMAN, SEELIGSOHN & BROWN,
6th and West tEI Dorado. . -, .-.
WANTED — Descriptive writers' for short stories
and articles concerning . Western life. Western
.-' places and home topics. Pacific \u25a0 Publishing
Syndicate, 915 Van. Ness.' - San Francisco. »:
GIRLS wanted— Experienced or Inexperienced;
good pay while learning; 'clean,' steady* work
year around.- United Workingmen's B. & 3.
Co.. 400 Bartlett St.. corner 25th. ' ." >
WANTED— Competent, respectable • female nurse
and companion for invalid lady.. in the latter's
home; salary by month. Address box 2151,
Call office. . ,-;, > , ,'\u25a0.-. ; v
BOOKKEEPER — Must be experienced and -thor-
oughly competent: a splendid position. Apply
at once. ; S. N. WOOD & C 0. ,, Fillmore and
Ellis, Sts. v__ .•'.l -. • ,'-<-\u25a0;. .i^ ,-: . :\u25a0-_-.: \u25a0-_-. •• \u25a0„, ,
WANTED— ladles to do circular work with type-
wrlter: call at. once. SOUTHWESTERN SE-
CURITIE3 CO., Room 200. 043 Van Ness, avo.
STOCK girl In our cloak ' and : suit department;
good- chance for advancement •- Apply 8.": N.
WOOD & CO., Flllmore and Ellis sts. . • ,-r-'
ASSISTANT for light I housework; | plain cooking:
small . family; good T, home: ' wages - $20. .. 1506
Sacramento st, \u25a0 near. Hyde. ~iV .-. \u25a0 . .
WANTED — Extra salesgirls. » Apply \u25a0-/ taper!--'
< tendent^ , between - 9 ' and 11, - HALE BROS.,
Inc.; 6th and Marke.t sts.- y •. \u25a0 •
JACKET hands -In our alteration i rooms; > good, 1
steady positions.'^ Apply S. JJ.-WOOD & CO.,
Fillmore and EUIs sts.'; ';.-»' >",'::•;' ..." r* ; o'. | - £ ..
2 WAITRESSES for Yosemite -Valley, $25; see
proprietor this- morning, at - MISS > PLUNK-
y. ETT'B.IB92 Sntter st. \u25a0 \u25a0:- -, . - ...-;' '
WANTED^ — Woman , . for general ? housework .at
Hebrew Orphanage,- 600 Devlsadero st ; '> board
and lodging; salary. $20. r \u25a0:"\u25a0"\u25a0 \:<":\ :<": \u25a0\u25a0' • • '
MILI.INERY — Experienced -\u25a0 trimmers; wanted;
long season; Apply S. NT WOOD &.CO.; FUI-
; more and Ellis, sts. v v '/rU/' "'\u25a0'•': ,-. v .- >.:'' ; _ajB8B_:
NOTICE — All : persons are warned ' not to t go ' to
.. work In the laundries ' of this' city where ; the
help is; on strike. --\u25a0/-. \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 . -. \u25a0/.•_ ,:\u25a0-.
YOUNG lady .wanted as model (head and . eboul-
ders) in photographer's studio. Box 885.- Call. !
x 1681 Flllmore st. : :. -. |
MADEIRA MILLINERY SCHOOL; , private !
• classes; hats trimmed; 'remodeling a specialty.
\u25a0\u25a0- 972. Eddy^sf- >• \u0084 ..' . : :? . - V .:. : -, \u0084 \u25a0_. ..\u25a0>:\u25a0.\u25a0-;;.:;
WANTED— Teacher for district; school.^ Address
BOYNTON,. First • National :-/ Bank ;\ building,
, ; Berkeley... '.\u25a0,.\u25a0,: '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 '.:\u25a0.-\u25a0 ;-''-:'i"-'."'V'. ? .''\u25a0•".\u25a0•;\u25a0.
SALESLADY for: shirt* waist .department; -apply
at i once..:. S. N. •, WOOD : & * CO.; v Flllmore : and
Ellis sta. • :' \u25a0 \ \u25a0..\u25a0..-:Krl: ; -j «\u25a0'•'- r^r.-d: -•'>- -":;\u25a0;
\u25a0: . \u25a0-':\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0 MRS/CANER. ,v- ' \u25a0-•.'-\u25a0\u25a0. ,\u25a0;-'.'
Dressmaking School and Miniaery.''Bll : Church.'
A COMPETENT girl for ., general \ housework; Ino
washiug; wagea $30 ;j references.^; 449 i Page , sf
WANTED-^-Ladies to < have : coreet8 1 made ' to > or-
J '\u25a0 der; $8.50 np. '< 1105 Valencia.^ MRS.I HALL. V -I
~ANTED-^A good reliable ladyi for 'office work;
state salary, expected.' /Address '480 ; Call. \u25a0 ;, , ;
LADIES", tailoring I and ' dressmaking, "- 63 1 Portola,*
;• off t Waller, ,* bet < Stelner ; and ; Pierce st«;,'; . \u25a0 - • «
WANTED — Flrst-class < coat, v waist v and "sleeve
t«jJds anderrand girl. - 1200. Geary st .. :-- :
HELP WANTED—- Female— -Continued.
! LAUNDRESS': f or * private ' family," elty.l $35 ; par-
lor maid; and \ waitress.* city, $35; , a' waitress
.for.; Yosemite': Valley $25;. waitress; for. com-
I ;:.>inercial y, hotel,- * Monterey, $25; " German, or
' French' girl- for light chamberwork and sew-
- ; Ing.-, $35 ; - German or French nurse for . grown
: children, $35. « MISS PLUNKETT, 1592 SuttfT
v st, nrAWebster. .::;.,.,;:•:. .*. \u25a0-\u0084"-'.' *.*"\u25a0-"-' "-.
PARLOR maid and waitress for San Mateo. $35;
' ' four.; good" second j girls 530: . cook for Memo,
- \u25a0*. $40: '\u25a0 cook i for ; small i restaurant. Mill -A all^-
. $40; ; : German lor i French V nurse for, grown chil-
is dren. $35; ' second nurse " $25: 2 laundresses for
[ hotel,- $2 day. | board, no room. MISS , PLUNK-
; ETT. .' 1592 Sntter .st,-; nr., Webster.; \u25a0 -\u25a0.- \u25a0 .'
WANTED-^-Firet-class ' . alteration : hands .on
\u25a0: cloaks.; suits and. costumes; permanent position
\u25a0and' big s. wages. "• Cloak department,. White
'- \u25a0House.--.---. ; _\ ; .'. ,'\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0 '' • ; \u25a0: . *\u25a0*\u25a0'. <• *.-'.* ;; -
WANTED-^Asslstant cook at Hebrew Orphanage,
600 Devlsaedro st. ; salary $25. V. •
WANTED — Trimmer ' and , helper. Apply WAL-
DRON'S. 1355 Van Ness aye. ' '
;'\u25a0'\u25a0' X\ BARBERS SUPPLIES:
BARBER shop for sale— 4-chalr shop; must leave
city; actual, cost $450;* will sell for $370; $200
.-"i cash.'.i balance ;. terms: /finely furnished;' lease
\u25a0 ';\u25a0; and, reasonable rent; fine location.- 1174 MeAl-
Hsterst, near; Fillmore. j-- \u25a0 -
TWO. barbers ;f or Saturday: 55.50 and percent-
age. .,- Sunset Barber. Shop, 16th and-Mission
: sts.; J. BERNHARD proprietor. >'
BARBER .'; wanted . for - Saturday and -Sunday;
.- also one '. for country > shop; ...steady ; Italian
preferred. , CO6 -, Laguna st. : ' -
WANTKD — Two first-class barbers for Saturday
;, and 1- Sunday; good wages, and^ steady ' Job -for
.-.-. one. 402 Halght : gt.', .. , ; \u25a0 .
ROOM, for : barber' 6hop; good location: ' low
rent.". Particulars with COLEMAN, 1237 Me-
.• Alllster-st: •. - . - \u0084 - •....-' : -
WANTED— Good barber for Saturday and Sun-
, day:' steady Job; $7 ; guaranteed. .: 1500 Du-
., pont st. ;- .; . \u25a0'"';. ."•-;, > -
TWO barbers for Sat: $5.50 & percentage. Sun-
set barber shop, ieth & Mission. •J. Bernhard.
TWO barbers for Saturday and Sunday. J. Bern-
hard. proprietor, 715 Turk St., cor. • Van Ness.
BARBER wanted Satnrday and I Snnday: chance
for steady work. ' 1111 2*3 d aye.. East Oakland.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. $8 and per-
. centage. < 184 Church st. cor. Market and 14th:
WANTED— Good barber: steady. Corner Park
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0aye. and Holden st. Emeryville, nr. racetrack.
WANTED— Good barber Satnnlay. 9 &. m. to 9
. p. m.; $5; also bdotblack wanted. 583 Turk st.
GOOD barber for Saturday and Sunday: $7.50
and commission. 1314 Castro st, near 24th. v
BARBER wantedifor Saturday; steady: $6 and
commission. 4 O'Farrell st, near Market,.
BAPBER shops " of good merit bought ana 1 sold
at Coleman's Exchange, 1237 McAllister st
FOR sale— 4-chalr shop. 2195 Market 'st
THREE barbers wanted. Golden Eagle Barber
Shop. : 249 3d St.; new shop; Just open.
BARBER wanted Satnrday. 175 Church' st.
BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday;
wages $3. 1401 15th st, near Folsom.
BARBER for Saturday, wages $3.50 and com-
mission. . 2073 Mission st. near 17th. '
TWO } barbers j wanted for Saturday and Sunday ;
top wages. - E. LUCE. 489 Broadway.
A FIRST-CLASS barber wanted Saturday and
Sunday, wages $8. 4297 24th st
WANTED— Barber for Satnrday and Sunday- at
591 Hayes st. P..W. DECKSEN.
WANTED— A I first-class barber: good guaran-
tee. 418 San Pablo aye.. Oakland. * \u25a0
-OOTBLACK wanted in connection with ' barber
shop: no rent. 193 Valencia Bt \u25a0 ".' -.-
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday at
2952 24th. St. near Alabama.
BARBER wanted :*. Satnrday and Sunday.
PERRY'S. -802 Valencia st w -*.
WANTED-i-First-class barber at once. 2200%
Bryant St., > corner of 20th. , -
BARBER— For Saturday, $6 and commission.
-'1290 Folsom" st, corner 9th. .. '-••'.';
WANTED— First-class barber for Saturday . and
- Sunday. 2503 Folsom 'st
! BARBER - wanted Saturday and Sunday; ; good
wages. ;. ' 2053 -Mission. 8 1 - f
BARBER Saturday. Snnday and steady. 901
' Franklin St.. corner Eddy. ,
BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday; $8.
497 3d ; st:, near Bryant. . : .. , >
WANTED— 2 good barbers for Saturday and Sun-
day. .'sB. 417 Broadway. ' .„: .:
BARBER for Satnrdcy and Sundar; good wages;
352^ 12th st, Oakland. \u25a0-'\u25a0 .;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0;
BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday, pay
$7. : 1715 Stockton st. .
BARBER wanted: Saturday and Sunday. .704
Brannan St., -near. 6th. -*.
BARBKR wanted for Saturday and Snnday. Call
at 1109- Buchanan si •- .' v \u25a0 - - \u25a0
GOOD barber wanted at 2982 25th st, near
- Bryant; no students. \u0084; \u25a0,-\u25a0... .. ; i . .
GOOD barber wanted Saturday; $5 and percent-
age. 504 Larkln st. •_ . /
BARBER wanted for steady Job to ; start Mon-
day. \u00841207 Scott st ; •:'\u25a0-\u25a0: '\u25a0-\u25a0 ..
BAKBF.R wanted for Saturday and Sunday. Ap-
ply 606 Laguna st „... < , ; ' .;-": - 1 ,
2 BARBERS Saturday and Sunday.: s3. MAZE,
. 2111 Market st. , . -.:-.,\u25a0
WANTED — Barber Saturday .and . Sunday. 411
Devlsadero st. \u25a0 •
BARBER wanted, for. Saturday \u25a0 and Sunday at
-20S8 Sutter st. ' \u25a0 , " __5 \u25a0 \u25a0
WANTED — A first-class barber at 1649 Market
. st, Oakland. \u25a0.-.--. - .;; \u25a0-. \u25a0 \u25a0*-. v, ,\u25a0 - - \u25a0:\u25a0:.•
WANTED — Barber for Saturday and Sunday. 561
Webster st. . ; ;\u25a0.\u25a0.-..;.,\u25a0-:'. \u0084/.;•; .'-.;.-,; .
WANTED— Colored barbers at 471 Bth sf. Oak-
.land.. Cal. \u0084 - .: :.
BARBER for Satnrday and Sunday, $8. 4552
\u25a0\u25a0.. 18th st... -.. .--\u25a0 ... - \u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0 : , \u25a0 .-. \u25a0 ..y
BARBER; .steady; to commence Monday. 177
. Clay st. . .- ..\u25a0 \u0084 :\ \u25a0: \u25a0;\u25a0 • - v. : - -
RENO ' GARRETT, please ,call at: 755 Howard
•street. . . \u25a0 \u25a0-.\u25a0,"".:\u25a0.\u25a0'-.\u25a0•'"'. ,-.••.',•'
BARBER wanted for Saturday. 2341 Mission
street . \u25a0\u25a0 ' . . t \ -.- - *'".*\u25a0.'.. ' f:
BARBER, Saturday; $7 and percentage. 705
. 8d sf -:,..: , \ •,:\u25a0... t, :-'..,.- V \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--:. i "\u25a0* '..-: :
WANT flrst-class lady barber for Saturday. US
4th st. . '-\u25a0: - •\u25a0 - .--. :\u25a0 \u25a0-:- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.
HELP WANTED— MaIe y"
AT RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT .CO.. ' ":'-'\u25a0'\u25a0
608 Clay sf, cor. Montgomery. '^Phone Tern.; 1310.
100-room lodglng-housei beds," rooms $1.25 to $2
per week; electric lights; reading-room on
' ground floor.
,-; Camp cook, near c1ty..V...560 mo. and found
Night cook. camp... ...... .540 mo^and found
Milker. Marin C0.. .....:.;. 535 mo. . and ; found
\u25a0 2 milkers, San Benlto C 0...535. ..535 mo." and found
' (( * Orchard hand5...;. ;..... -.51.25 day and'found
'4-horse teamsters, near city...;:... .'.52.50 day
Laborers, factory.. .. ./. .. .... .v;; . . . . .$2 day
Laborers, city. ...-..; ;.-. . ;;. . ;. . ... r.52.50 day
.-- Drillers, • rockmen, headermen; powdermen. "<~
. . machine men.. ..•;;.. . .$3.50 ; to $2.50 . a day
ANDRE'S OFFICES— 644 Franklin ' St., . 8.- F. - !
'-*•>\u25a0\u25a0:, 957 Franklin st ,- Oakland. ,' -v • \u25a0 ;
. Wanted-^ook, country *-: hotel, $60; " waiters,
.country, $35 to $40; waiter.' Oakland,- $10 •_
week; extra waiters, ' Sunday, fare, paid
keepers, roadhouse, $35 to $40; barkeeper,- city,"
\u0084 $70; coachman, milk • 1 >: cow, ,} $35; - assistant
gardener, $35; houseman fnr -hotel,. $27.50; as-
slstant to pastry cook. , $30; etc. .*\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0 ,
GOOD boys wanted; $1.50 day. % Apply' 1527 ; Bush
st... above Van Ness aye. v
WANTED— First-class ; experienced floor man for
large , dept. • store; ' man >of \u25a0- good f appearance,
.with -. executive y ability; j state age,% references
and- salary expected..-, Appl y .box 2145, Call.
A - YOUNG man for stock .' clerk ; * must • have ref-
* < erence. " \u25a0\u25a0 < Apply : to i- Mr. Davis/-; "at 7. LEVI
\u25a0 BTRAUSS. & ; CO ;, i Valencia st.;> corner ;Vros-
••\u25a0 lan. j between ;. 13th ' tnd * 14th : itj;; : .j..-; ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
BOYS'., and • children's clothing , salesman ; ' steady
-.' position and \u25a0 good \u25a0 salary ito competent •"* help.'
i. Apply S.N; WOOD _ CO.; Fillmore and Ellis
;, streets. \u25a0 • . •.. .•.-;.\u25a0.;\u25a0.\u25a0.;\u25a0'., .<-\u25a0•...,•:\u25a0 --;.•\u25a0 i .:,.
URST-CLASS ' pantsmakers -iwanted;' steaily
• work; good. wages. D.v JACOBS 4 SON, -1450
\u25a0-" Fillmore ; st.'y. .<•\u25a0. ''*.< -. *(•;•• *-'--•;\u25a0- '.-i- ; -." ;
WANTKD — Bnshelman : wages '\u25a0 $21 -» per ' \u25a0'\u25a0 week."
. AI.FRED LILIENFELD & CO., f 13GS and 1365
- Fillmore st; •\u25a0\u25a0 ;\u25a0; ; - , .._.'-/ \u25a0,",,., \u25a0„" :. , .- .;. '
YOUNG | man |to I take ' charge I of our " trousers i de-
partment. - S. N. WOOD _ CO., 'Fillmore and
;. '*. Ellis sts.. ' . . . '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 :i':/.\- \u25a0: :\u25a0':. ;\u25a0
WANTKD— Boy I about 18 to learn optical trade.
« R. MOHR & SON. 1601 Pierce st'r corner Post
CLOTHING salesman; only flrst-class need' apply.
; ; S. ; y.,WOOD & C 0..1 Fillmore and Ellis sts. |ig
-, WANTED— Castoff .-. clothing ; s,* we * pay *i highest
; \u25a0*_ price.,?? Red , Front Mlgflt Parlor, 18 Bth ;st >>.>
: WANTED— 800 : men to flll^ new, < clean.^l sanitary
. \u25a0 ;,beds;>. 15c. . \u25a0\u25a0; 371 * sth ; st.TS Pacific y House. ,'\u25a0 . .
M ?t T c A^' « n ? r «- v er : wanted.\? Apply I W.*fJ_l PLUM-
: , mer, ; Ist j and i Franklin! sts.^ Oakland. v >\;,;
BOO '-. PAIR* second-hand g shoes,t-75c * up.*7 1282
.Golden Gate ave.;; neai'Flllmore : sf : .; ;.\u25a0:; .\u25a0 : - r w
'vririr^- '""' -"^ -T^W i,,*-:'.f ,- \ ' '
WAITEE wanted;? 1533; Kentucky at, , .-;; •, : .S ;'.
HELpyWANTED---Male>-.Conttnned
...MURRAY.* READY. '
-:. '__"' Leading Employment. and- Labo^ Agents. .
; Headquarters,- White; Palace .Hotel Building,
* llth and Market : sts.; ; San Francisco.
" t.' : " ,* '* Pl -one'6s6 and-657. k ,
.Branches: ' Oth-: and 'Franklin sts.. Oakland.
/ .i.'V-.V'^ "'\u25a0\u25a0<- Phone .7361. Oakland. >'\u25a0 ' ~
55011 *- " Los Angeles sf, Los . Antreles.
— WANTED. -\u25a0: ? , . ° \u0084 ;; / WANTED.
DOST, men for:all parts of! Utah, Nevada. Ore-
'^ OI ?.^ . sUlngton - Mexico. 'Arizona and
\u25a0^•rrs^f,^-'ssr r $^f,^-' $50 ' $40 -« 30 »nd' found, v -:
\u25a0 {TO THE WOODS,-; MILLS/ BOX FACTORIES.
LOOK HERE, a---'-
., *\u25a0 ','\u25a0'\u25a0" .- %1 " - \u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0 .' 7> * T> * ~t~j~»T> _r •• \u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0'/'\u25a0
\u25a0 \u25a0 '- '• VP F*T^ X%* A TtV £ \u25a0' ~ '
COi "; .°-i E — free far"c -—for all
-\u25a0_ SHASTA AND SISKIYOU COUNTIES.
\u2666 ' i'i U oi" 8> tu nnelmen. teamsters, laborers,
etc.; $2.23 ito $4 day.i- FREE FARE. ' \u25a0;-.-
:_t "I, .BORDERS OF. OREGON. \u25a0'- -J--
\u25a0 8! a-y^FREE^ARE teamSters ' . etC - ?2 : 25 tO
.' „-." BEAUTIFUL -YOSEMIx'E VALLEY.
i-o. rallroadr Isborers. i teamsters, drillers, splk-
MroS 111 ' BAKERSFIELD. FRESNO, i
\u25a0 ?An RCED ; A^D^LOS ANGELES DISTRICT.
.. 000 men. ,, Free i fare. - \ Call . early. . . ' .
• ?f niJ?, 6 ?^"^ 11 ' 1001110 - fe y \u25a0' rail— Track: work;
; MURRAY^. &\u25a0, READY, llth . and Market sts..
White 'Palace Hotel \u25a0 BnUdtng. \u25a0
; OCEAN SHORE R.-R. - "
' i"«vw • '- FREE FARE. \u25a0"
inn teamsters, $75 .- , - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
500, laborers, $75. ' ,
Tv.^.v llere $75 to $100.
Trackmen, ballastmen, etc., San Francisco to
oanta Cruz. \u25a0 . \u25a0 • . . %;.
;"', COME HOME— COMB T HOME
"\u25a0-— * "TO " SL.FFP \u25a0\u25a0' ' \u25a0 \u25a0
S2° ™? GL £ J* 00 " 3 - .600' SINGLE ROOMS.
, -> CTS. , PER NIGHT.- $1.25 ' PER WEEK.
\u25a0\u25a0..,' \u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0 - Including' Bath. :.-.->.
toffee served, free ..to each roomer between
5, _ a - m-andm -and 8 a.-m. - .\. .
* ACING AND ADJOINING OCEAN SHORE
'„ R - X- TERMINAL. OUR
i'ri.™ C J AX SHORR LODGING-HOUSE
Kr '^ TE >TH. MARKET AND, MISSION STS.
-^?i c . ct . rle U ? htß every room., Reading-room,
«; tafal "? alii papers, magarines, : etc. Leave*
' I™ u^on Xcf "'* oTers ? ee P' Üb °y r f alli
\. t" ' ' j MARRIED :HELP. '
Man and wife, country hotel, waiter and cham-
*i rm » .-n* 60 and found; farmer and wife, fare
: ,,W.50.-«o0 and found; milker and • wife. Marin
Co., $60 and found; 10 married laborers, satv-
.,.: mill company, steady, the .year around, good
wages ; cook and wife, ranch. . fare $3, $65 and
i found ; 4 farmers and wives : | man and wife,
city restaurant, cook and. helper. ' *
_ \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-" ' .- CARPENTERS.
3 carpenters, city,' $5 day; carpenter for dredg-
er, \u25a0 steady, $75 and found.
..-\u25a0- ;. t \u25a0«\u25a0 SHIP CARPENTERS. \u25a0-
'20 ship carpenters, steady jobs. $5 to $6 day.
-'-in. I- : i v •',/ B °AT BUILDERS.
10 boat builders, city Job. top wages: 4 coop-
», i lnsm 'thB: flour miller; harness maker,
rancn, $40 and found; harness maker, country
shop; 3 painters; 2 grainers. $4 day: 3 belt
men, country factory, fare paid, $105. <•
. . WRIGHTS.
'_ • ' FREE FARE. . *v i\ ;.;'-','
s f camp wheelwrights, free fare, Oregon, $105.
o , . , . . 'BLACKSMITHS. 7
\u0084 Z4 blacksmiths, camps, shops, ranches, mlnei,
Bawmllls, $3.50 to $5 day. $60 to $90 and fd.
: '.;' \u2666FOREMEN.
STEAM SHOVEL.' • , \u25a0
S^team shovel foreman, north, free fare, $125.
.. Tunnel foreman, $4 day; tlmberman foreman,
tunnel, $4 day. - -.. - -,
11 for emen, city. • $3.50 "day. . •
MURRAYfec READY, llth, and Market sts.,
: San Francisco; /.; ; \u25a0..:.\u25a0 .-..
, SONOMA COUNTY. '**:Kfe|«
3 first tree, fellers, $65 and found. .
\u25a0 3 second tree fellers, $60 and found. > -
' i 5,i 5 , laborers, no experience needed, for woods,
$40 and found. -
, TUOLUMNE COUNTY.
Lumber pilers, § slab I sawyer, | edgerman, off-
bearers, laborers".
TO THE FARMS.* ORCHARDS. VINEYARDS,
- ~- DAIRIES AND STABLES;
80 general ranch hands, $35 to $50 and found.
63 milkers, $35. $45 to $55 and found.
•12 pruners,' budders, etc.
. 26 choremen and boys, some on private farms,
J $20. $25;- $30 to $40 and found.
6 butter, and cheese makers, $60 and $30 and
found. . -\u25a0 -." '••: \u25a0 . - . ,
E25 ranch teamsters; $35 to $50 and found. •
' 46 bugcy washers, hostlers, harness cleaners,
doormen, etc., s6s to $110: '
COACHMEN AND GA-HDENERS. ,
12 men; different Jobs, $40. $50 and $60; and fd.
MURRAY v & READY,
llth and Market sts. S. F.
MISCELLANEOUS ~~~~~~
YOUR JOB. ~ , :
\u25a0 " IS HERE .^.
Young \u25a0 man - drive 1-horSe milk wagon. $30 fd. ;
. 10 boys or men to deliver circulars, city, $1.50;
man . to drive ambulance,- city, : $40 • fd. ; nlsht
nurse, $35 fd. ;\u25a0 gardener, institution, city, $30
\u25a0 and fd.; gardener, city Institution, $35 and fd.
. FACTORY WORK '-\u25a0 ;
. 10 laborers, big factory, near" city, $2.25 day.
. Grocery clerk, country • store. $60. - ,
.- • SHEEP HERDERS.
4 sheep. herders, good Jobs. $40 and found.
-Bookkeeper. Oakland, $3 day. ,
"Baker's, helper. Oakland; $10 week.
3 ranch : stablemen, . $30 to $40 and found.
. . -\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0: COAL4MINERS. '. "--i-. ;
10 coal miners, free fare, $1.25 ton.
3 ranch cooks, 5 men on each. $30 and $35 fd.
' . A \u25a0 NEW TUNNEL'
: FREE FARE. ' r;
20 tlmberm en, ; free . fare, $3 -to $3.50. ; |
60' drillers, free fare,' s2.7s to $3. .".y
100 muckers, free fare, $2.50.": - • .- ', •
j Man to drive light team. city. $40 and found.
- LABORERS— CUT BRUSH..*;. ' \u25a0!
. 20 laborers, cut brush, ranch, fare 60c, $40 fd.
4 butchers, country Jobs. $45,5 50 and $70 fd.'
Driver, bakery wagon. $40 and found. ' .
.AROUND STEAM: SHOVEL. f
I 15 laborers. to; work around' steam shovel; $2.50
: : a day. \u25a0.{ _- '\u25a0- \u25a0-. --'"~^-:'- : :\u25a0 '\u25a0 -
.•..•\u25a0r - - TO THE- j ' .
V COAL-MINES. -. i •
if. 15 coal miners. - big wages/ free fare. - '. \u25a0
•TOTHE m.NES AND QUARRIES.
, Gold, Silver, Copper and Coal — — Fare.Pald.
82 machine miners, $4 and $3.50 day:
36 single and double hand drillers, $67.50 to
-. $9Q. r \u25a0 \u25a0'. • ' ;.-J. . \u0084 -. \u25a0 : : '\u25a0 '
-,- 26 • muckers, ;, different ~ places; $75 -to $80.
16 more carmen for mines, $u0 t0. 575. • '
16S drillers for quarries and , tunnels, $00 to
. $67.50. - -: :-•-:-. • . \u25a0 \u25a0.-\u25a0'- -^- '- -\u25a0; .- -\u25a0
\u25a0: --•.* TEAMSTERS AND LABORERS.
2556 laborers and . teamsters, city and country
-Jobs, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 day; -nearly all free
j ; fare Aln country;.- some factories and, ware-
MURRA.Y .'_ READY, llth and - Market sts.,
. v : ',Whlte'Palace.Hotel'Bulldlng. : '\u25a0':\u25a0
U LOOK— TELL EVERYBODY,
r.OO FIRST-CLASS ROOMS,
WHITE: PALACE HOTEL...
: .. NEVER . CLOSED. .'
.50c. 75c and $1 da y. including baths. •
250 ROOMS FOR MECHANICS, ETC..' $2.50
X - v PER WEEK, ' INCLUDING • BATHS. >
•;?i,' V.-.;" WHITE . PALACE- HOTEL, J '
v . . , 11TH 'AND^MARKET , STS. \u25a0'.'-; .
~ cooks.* waiters; • - ,
BUTCHERS. ETC. ",
Cook and wife,; country, hotel,- fare paid, $90;
'3 waiters, same country' hotel.. s3s fd. ; 4 men.
.. ranch, $30. and -found;, 20 cooks, hotels, .rrs-
tnurants, • summer,' resort?.'-' springs, etc., $50
to $S5 and found, city and country; 1(>; second
cooks; ' city .: and \u25a0 country,,. $15 -to $20 - week ;
H head I waiter, camp,:fare paid,' $50 and found;
. : 28 i waiters, •• other ; places; \u25a0 city .and* country,
hotel, restaurants, $35 to $50 and i found, $12T
to $16 ..week ; \u25a0 19 : catnp waiters, J s3o ' to * $43
andfound. • ' - \u25a0-, ;» \u25a0\u25a0
.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;•--', ,: < v . BUTCHERS.. . . \u25a0 __ -.
\u25a0'• Batcher, h country shop, $50 and ; fd. ; bufwer,
'. small • place,' $35 • and ; fd. ; ; 6 butchers, t other
Jobs;.. man <\u25a0 to clean - cattle ' casings, big Job.
-'' 6 porters, city ana country ; hotels; $30 to $40
. and f d. ; r8 : restaurant ; porters. ; city, $8 to $12
/ wk.*? and fd.; r bellboys." elevator men and. boys;
dishwashers, kitchen hands, • vegetable and 1 all-
.•'Termen, v etc.'""-*- : '-'^-'-'^'-- r :".":?' ' \u25a0'\u25a0
!• \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/ .. . ; LAUKDRYtMEN. - •', -y ; -"'- ';'- \u25a0
4 laundry men, city club, $12 wk. and fd.
' GET OUR DAILY LISTS. <
MURRAY _ READY. ; '"
llth; and 'Market- sts.r San ; Francteco.'
1 6th and Franklin sts.,; Oakland. \u25a0-,:.
, \u0084- \u25a0 '\u25a0 '.. . -..•\u25a0\u25a0:'' SPECIALS.^:: l., 1 :- •' \u25a0' \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
, Superintendent box factor# near here. \u25a0 $125. *.\u25a0
Superintendent j Woods; Lumber Company, $123
; * a * tc ™*- /^MI^ERS? SOUTH. - ' ' ;^ , V
. FREE FARE. ' i- .
12 miners, south, * free fare, \u25a0 $90.
3 deck \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 hands!, \u25a0; dredger, $45 ; and found. . - ,
, • 3 ; blacksmith's helpers,' city, no shoeing, $2.50
}'• to $3'day.v-- :r V* J "' '\u25a0' '• '\u25a0"\u25a0 '\u25a0•'' -\-': : V-"'<~- '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 •-'•
\u25a0 Farmer and :, wlf e," Yolo : County, good " Job, : $60
\u25a0 'and* found.- :.*\u25a0-\u25a0. ""v-i- . :*,."•\u25a0 ' ; \u25a0''. " •» -4 \u25a0 ,
MURRAY & READY, \u25a0 11th and ' Market . S. S\
- -/\u25a0 .. \u25a0- _;,-; 6th s and ; Franklin . sts., - Oakland. . • -
•\u25a0•• FOR^ OUR* HOTEL' AND . LODGING-HOUSE. '-..
Clark; -middle-aged man,: night work; clerk,
;; "day:work: \u25a0 - : ' "- ;.''"' ' -"'.' \u25a0 •' ' '\u25a0-'-'\u25a0:. : -
' 2 : bedmakers. ~ . - i . r ,-, \u25a0 . - .-- \u25a0_;.'- •
' " .Paperhangerand a good plumber. .'.»-, *.- - -
White Palace 'Hotel,! llth? and. Market st;, ; S. F.
IMMEDIATELY bright; . intelligent ; young * men.'
-between 18 and 1 35, to prepare for examinations
:^for RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS, LETTER CAR-
RIERS:and CLERKS; no experience necessary;
splendid opportunity: \u25a0PEßMANENT.'- See MR.
-.OLlVER.' without delay TODAY; 10 to 5 p.-m^-
\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 ; 724 Market ' st,' opposite CALL" building.: -/ -
WANTED^-Hat r" salesman; .permanent ;. position
I ; and I good . wages ito j the - right , party ; j apply .at
; 'j We. -?. S.- N. WOOD & CO., Flllmore and Ellis.
YOUNO > man * for large office ; ' state age, v expert-
<-' ence and references; salary $75 per month. Box
" i 2146."! Call ;Of-C%.'-^ \u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0'.;.-: -%'-.--; f \u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0' :\^ J.
FIRST-CLASS pantsmakers wanted ;i" steady work;
*?;• good % wages. •-\u25a0: D. < JACOBS < & SON, 1400 . Fill-
;..\u25a0 more ' st. .\u25a0\u25a0'..- .''"\u25a0. - : •'. \u25a0; .-.'-. •..\u25a0\u25a0r\:i\~ '-\u25a0 ;v : --.- ;; : '';..., - \u25a0
i ROOMS-7-100 ito s rent;' 2Bc," 35c > night; Including
! \ \u25a0-\u25a0 baths/j « 550 ; Jessie ' %t.T, off- 6th, "; back ' Postof flee.
WANTED-^-Men -.to ' bring > their * hats ; we 5 clean
.':;. and remodel them' like new. 1024 Fillmore st. ' .,
BAILORS land \ ordinaries \ for " all '« parts * of ; world,"
;v at , Hermanns Shipping : Agency; 45 Stenart sf ,-
A— WANTED-^Flrst-class | grocery < clerk ; I apply
-r early.X 3695 Sacramento at* f y;-. j : '::rr %^ : ~ .**/. -. : -^.-'
WANTED^-Errand * boy.^« with '- references. -- after
>-> school/.?" Apply t WALD RON,' 1355 .Van Ness aye.*
J REAL estate and lasurauce salesmen.' Box 2149,
i j Call office, w :-v .-.'\u25a0;-';• \u25a0;*\u25a0 y-;.-; '\u25a0\u25a0' 'f-'.i ;-V;; -V; ,
HELP WASTED— MaIe-^-Contlnned t
AT i COSTIGAN & '« CO.'S * Employment' Office,
- San Francisco Office. Phone Market 2009.
4 and 6 Fell St.. Opposite 10th and Market
" . Oakland Office located * •-•'\u25a0 -
'6th and Washington Sts. Phone Oakland 2053.
FREE FARE— SIERCED-^-FREE - FARE. '<••'
' Great -Y«semlte Valley Railroad Co.'s Work.
\ .MERCED— SHIP.- FRIDAY — MERCEP.
MERCED — FRESNO. MERCED — FRESNO.
Laborers. $67.50; . drillers, $75; splkera. $73:
. trflcfcmpn.\s7s. ' * * ' ,
• ' SHIP TODAY— FREE FARE.
CASPAR— ALBION— FORT BRAGG— CASPAR
FREC \u25a0 FARE— FREE FARE..
MKNDOCINO CO.— MENDOCINO • CO. (•
SAWMILLS.' ' \u25a0•-.-• YARDS— MILLS.
60 lahow-rs, no experience required. $33 fd.
.' 60 Inborers. " yards, mills, woods. $35 found:
*.•: 13 swampers, ship today, $40 and found;. ls
>. timber -> fellers, • experienced men. $60 . found.
! Remember -we ship, today at 2 p. uj. Free.
t - "--. " • FARE ADVANCE!* .
i CARPENTERS. CARPENTERS. CARPENTERS.
10 ; rough carpenters, -Northern Cal., $105 mo.
\u25a0 15 helpers on flume work. $75 month.
: "10 carpenters, bridge work. Free fare, $3.50.;
* ••\u25a0 -; -;. .\u25a0'\u25a0' -- — ; — ' .. I
Camp cook, $73 fd.; city camp cook, $60 fd.
6 waiters, camp and others, $30 to $45 found.
Free ' Fare — Mendoclno Co. by rail today.
10 sectlO߻hands, : WlUlts,- meals 2Oc. $1.75 day
\u25a0 \u25a0 Call early and ship today.
FREE FARE— SACRAMENTO.
50 laborers, S. P. Co.'s own work. .$1.70 day.
4 blacksmiths, $4; 2 helpers. $2.75 and $4.
100 teamsters, scrapers an<i wagons, $75 mo.
... FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
For the Great" Santa rFc R. R. Co.'s Own
':},. Work— Ship Today 6 P. M.— Free Fare.
8 Hours*. Work— B Hours* Work— That's All.
50 laborers or muckers, $50 and found.
* 15 tunnelmen, 8 hours' work, $3.50 day.
\u008415 carpenters, splendid, 8 hours, $3.30 day.
'. Remember; we ship today; 8 hours' work.
LOOK — S. P. CO. — FREE FARE.
15 waiters, pantrymen.' dishwashers, cooks, all
over California. Free Fare. S. P. Co.
FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
Sacramento. . Stockton; Summit. Truckee.
500 section hands; ship today. $1.75 to $I.SO.
Free Fare— North— Free Fare.
Look — 30 Greeks together.
30 Greeks,' board yourself, house free, $1.75.
."• Interpreter, act as foreman, same Job, $2.23.
Section. work In Mendoclno County.
80 men together, work steady: free fare.
Camp cook,- 30 men. $50 and found: flunky, $-10
and found: 16 teamsters, polo fields, south,
: $67.50 month. ' - \u25a0 i
CITY'S OWN WORK.
, 50 laborers, work around city park, $45 found.
23 Greeks. North Shore B. R.. free fare, $1.73
REMEMBER WHERE
We can ship you; free fare; splendid.
FREE PARE— SOUTH— SHIP DAILY.
San Luis Obispo Tunnel. Free Fare.
Tunnelmen,. $3; miners, $3 to $3.50.
Carpenters. $3 to $3.60; helpers. $2.25. •
Laborers; $2.25; muckers, $2.25.
Sbtp daily. S. P. Co.'s own work. Board
$4.50 week.
A - MAN and wife as cook and coachman for
family of 2. San Mateo, $65; a coachman for
- private family. San Mateo, $50, board and
room, references necessary; butler for private
family, city, • $50; flrst-class butler, private
, family, city," $60. MISS PLUNKETT. 1592
Sutter sf, near Webster. -
'- ' \ FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
If you want help of any kind, male or fe-
\u25a0' male, telephone J. C. Westenbursr. superintend-
ent of the Whosoever Will Rescue Mission and
'"New Merit Home Free Employment Bureau,
366 9th st. Telephone Oakland 8203. .
LET us prepare yon for one of the good civil
i service positions to be filled here is the near
: - future : railway mall, custom-house, pressmen.
.' press feeders and others. WEST COAST COR-
RESPONDENCE SCHOOLS. 1847 Fillmore; 10
to 6, 7 to 8; see us at once; free catalogue. .
WANTED — Experienced bookkeeper and account-
ant for position with large department store;
good , future for man who Is ambitious to ad-
vance; all applications treated confidential;
state references, age and salary expected.
Apply box 2160. Call office.
MALE stenographer and office assistant wanted:
* exceptional opportunity for a young man of
good habits to take bold where he can make
himself valuable; must be faithful worker;
'\u25a0 commence $75 1 per month. - Address A. B. C.
P.,- Call office. -\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .. •\u25a0• \u25a0: y» .
MEN and boys* wanted to learn plumbing; brick-
laying, plastering - and \u25a0 electrical trade*: posi-
tions secured: free catalogue; day and night
classes; visitors welcome. Coyne Trade Schools,
• - fith . and Tebama sts., S. F., and New York.
TWO flrst-class butlers, $60 and $50; second
butler. $45; a coachman, $60; stableman, pri-
vate family. $40. room and board: a valet fir
invalid gentleman. $40. MISS PLUNKETT,
1592 Sntter st, near Webster. •
WANTED — Man who understands care of horse,
cow and vegetable garden to work on pleas-
ant country place;, wife to cook 'for. small
family. Address, with .terms and references,
box 485. Call office. ; . ?\* .
WANTED — Experienced salesmen for oub boys'
clothing .department; permanent positions and
good -.wages to competent help: apply at once.
S. N. WOOD - CO.. Fillmore and Ellis sts.
WANTED — Descriptive writers for short stories
and articles concerning Western life. Western
\u25a0'• places and home topicii .; Paclflc Publishing
'..-'Syndicate.-* 915 Van Ness aye.. San Francisco.
BOOKKEEPER — Young man. thoroughly ' ex-
,: perlenced • and capable, for general \u25a0 office
work; only those seeklns a permanent post-
. tlon need apply. GARLOCK, . 670 Howard st.
MACHINIST;, mu?t understand use of mllllnir
1 i machine In - small shop, manufacturing and
Jobbing;. state age and experience: give -refer-
ences; state wages desired. Box 2143. Call.
MEN and women to learn the barber trade: yru
earn from $7 to $0 per week ' while learning;
catalogue . free. Molers' College. S . Fell st
INVENTORS — Patents obtained in all countries;
•-'attorneys in Washington. . etc. Sonn tag's • Pat-.
ent -Agency, \u25a0 1122 Market .st, opposite -7th.
•WANTED— 3OO "men to occupy single \u25a0 rooms In '
The Glendale, 1015 Folsom st. nr. 6th: . 23c
and :35c per night; $1.50 and $2 a week.
WANTED — 2 i errand ; boys \u25a0 and 2 wagon boys.'
. Apply delivery department. City of Paris Dry
Goods Co. .'Van Ness at Washington. '\u25a0 . J. -
WANTED— IOO men for." np-to-date rooms: > 25c
night, $1.50 ;week. Portland House, 508 Davis
st, near Jackson; open all night.
WANTED— Eirst - class carriage ' blacksmith. 2
- carriage helper* and . carriage painter. MIL-
LER BROS.. 457 Grove st
WANTED— A • young "man to learn Mo keep
' stock. Apply to HOLM _ NATHAN. SB.
corner Bush and Polk sta. ,-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 v " \u25a0
NOTICE— AII persons .are " warned ' not 'to go tb
: work In - the" laundries of this city where the
help Is on : strike. ' . , -
TAILORS— First-class coat and pants makers
\u25a0 wanted: good prices. D. JACOBS- A SON,
-. 1450 Flllmore st . ; \u25a0 - '
WANTED — Porter and • packer for wholesale
1 house; state age ' and • salary wanted. • Box
\u25a0 2157. Call of flee.
A CHAUFFEUR - for Knox delivery car; state
.--: age and reference. .' Address box 827, Call.
,:.1651 Fillmore st .; . -..
BUSHELMAN wanted immediately; steady Job.
HENRY LYONS - SONS. 1332 Van Ness aye.,
:: above Sntter. »f . \u25a0- : v . . ' .\u25a0'\u25a0.- : '
WANTED — Errand boys. Apply to supertnten-
* dent, NATHAN-DOHRMANN ; CO., 1520-1550
'\u25a0 Ness '\u25a0 aye. ;:\u25a0\u25a0-.'-\u25a0' \u25a0 : - • . . - \u25a0 '
WANTED^ — 800 men to fill beds at 15e per
night at the Phoenix, 828 Howard sf, between
; 4th: and -sth. v,:,' \u25a0\u25a0 . : .-:'. .:\u25a0-,'
WANTED— LadIe* and gentlemen \u25a0 to rent rooms
3377.26 th sf. near Mission; $1.75-$3.80 wk.
WANTED — 300 men to sleep at the .Shasta
.House; beds 15c and 20c. 703 Harrison, cor 3d.
WANTED— Several men to try our made-to-order
$4.50 - trousers. \. 1503 ' Market • Palace Hotel.
ONLY place <i for CAHN'Sge-ulne- chill con
came and hot tamales.' 1042 Golden Gate aye.
LABOR debt* collect»d anywhere; suits and at-
.-' tachments. 1 Knox. 2352 Piae • st. '\u25a0\u25a0 nr. : Flllmore.
WANTEE* — Men to. sleep In the California House;
'\u25a025c per room. Natoma st, nr. 4th and Mission.
WANTED— SOO men to ' eat our * celebrated 15c
meal. 14 llth sf White Palace. . ~ \u25a0\u0084
DISHWASHER wanted at 703 3d 'st.
YQUNG man to learn coat trimming.- 1362 Web-
...ster.st., near, O'Farrell, \u25a0\u25a0 room 1. . ... -
. WANTED^-Strong • boy to drive : wagon r and de-
1 Uver , orders. < 1770 - Halght st. ' -.
ALL-ROUND Cook — Good wages paid. 501 20th
. -st; near Union : Iron -Works. .. ; .• \u25a0 -
FIRST-CLASS dishwasher: $30 and found. Ma-
drona'. Hotel." MllK.Valley. ." ; :. . '
WANTED— I 2: supers.. Apply Novelty Theater
"^ stage entrance. 10- a.; m.. .- - ' :
WANTED—^A good < tellor. . Address 212 Pacific
>* aye.; -Santa Crn2.' Cal..- -^' .;,.', - \u25a0\u25a0-.
EXPERIENCED' young man to assist In- office.
t! Box '2l3B,? Call office. s'"-Ns '"-N V- ; : -C.-.t .;.
BOY 1 to , learn plumbing. > C < KERR, • 735 2d aye.,
District; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/ - .. -'\u25a0-. -.
COAT > pressex.: wanted." • ; 1362 •- Webster; sf ;•• near
y. O'Farrell,' 'room t l. / .' - :\u25a0 .
.WANTED — 50 men-^-Panama hats cleaned. 1261
*j Golden Qate;ave.', . "j': \u25a0".. \u25a0 \u0084 ' . ...
HOT : baths.^ 20c. - 3180 16th st . between Guer-
•vr'rero \u25a0 and :: v r!.- ; r- :'\u25a0\u25a0•:• ";"..;?.-
BOY \u25a0to drive' wagon. - butcher shop, \ $8 1 per. week.'
r 1770 r Halght ist -\u25a0-. : '\u25a0".\u25a0--\u25a0
, SHOES - repaired <*\u25a0 while ' yon % wait : Cut Rate
it; Shoe Repairing Co.. 13 Bth st. near Marktt-
. ' /yAGENTsIiw^NTED' '. - r -/ .' .. ' ;.
20TH -/century Tdbuch^- for'",' la-leV" "\u25a0 $3 :* agents
wanted. .^Klrkwood i Rubber C 0.." 211 Elm aye.
' PICTURE agent wanted; i<ood proposition. Amer-
;;Jcp Jtft_rt, ! lS3o rniiaore it. s ;> r V
HORSES, HARNESS AXD .WAGONS
A— lo HEAD of all- purpose horses. $25 up: ex-
press wajron. $73; reddllus wagons, *-p up.
btisrales. $10 up: -rubber-ttre buffSCT *£_ top.
$35: larsre team and »an_ wason. $X..>:.taat
pacer. $225: peny and cart, $125: 20 sets of
slnrrle and donble ; barne-«. *2 r.p : must sell .
will trade. Am-tion sale ~ Wednesday. April
10. 11 'a., mi.. sta.4th at.. , Oakland.'
FOR the hest business bii^try eornv to Kleiber"*:
they will last three times lonser/than a poorly
made oa^: xrt> hare all kinds of cnt-down fur-
niture, all kinds of lumber — asfms. traps, all
kinds of sand wagons, at* KLEIBER^S. 1504- .
,>jt5CS Fol-iom st. » . ' '
MORRISSKY _ROS.. carriage anrt wagon mfgs.
and general blacksmlthlng. 540-551 Sth st..
between Bryant and Brannnn. We use the
only Grlffln electric hammer. Horseshoeing
shop. 323 Mission sf - ' •
S. F. CARRIAGE CO.— The be«t ami only bust-
ness bnffgles and wacons for elty use^ »H
kinds of light delivery wagons, buekboards.
snrreys. • carts \u25a0 and harnesa for country use.
373 Valencia, st. '
i SURREYS, traps, business bugglea of Excelsior
Stables must be s>oH at jrreat sacrifice, may be
seen at O'Brien & Sons, 500 Golden Gate aye..
\u25a0 for a few days only. \u25a0 . '
HANSEN HARNESS CO.. 1273 Folsom. st."— For
new and second-hand harnesa. collars • and
blaniets. etc.. phene Market 2771.
SCIIAUBEL & HANSEN — Light, heavy harness,
collars, robes, blankets, whips. 454 Sta st..
near Bryant. ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
FOR sale — Almost new 9 • passencer hotel bus.-
$250. Address KAYSER BROS., 3aa Jose. Cal.
Cal. Saddlery Co.— Hlsrh-srrade harness, pipe col-
lars to order. 51& Gongh. Tel. Market 2690.
NEW and 2d-hand hr-psles sold: reDairlng and
rubber tires. KENXEY MFG. CO.. 531 Valencia
LASTUFKA BROS., hlch-trrade harness. *adcllf~.
Write for catalog.. 1630 Market Tel. 2975
J. O'KANE CO. for hanitss. robes, blankets and
whipa. 52S Gclden Gate aye.; 6o<z collars. \u25a0 .
FIFTY top express wagons. 2 tons: good order..
20th aye.. between J and X sta.. Suasef
TWO well-broke burrns for sale; gentle for chll-
dren. SE. cor." Hayes and Franklin sta.
REICH MUND— Harness made to order. $25 up.
3039 23d st All work guaranteed.
STORAGE AXD MOVING VANS
BEKINS VAX ANI» STORAGE COMPANT.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
13tb and Mission sts. TeL Market 13.
BFFORR moving call on the Reliable Express
Co.: furniture moved, packed and shipped to
any part of the city or. country. Stand corner J
Sntter and Fillmore sts.; residence northeast
corner Point Loboa and Blake, formerly of
Sutter and Montgomery.
EUREKA TRANSFER CO.— Bagsage and fretsht
moved; stor_?e at low rates; office 162 Fulton
st; phone Market 2738. F. HES3. J. S. EE-
WARDS.
WILSON BROS. CO.. Inc. — Movlnar and storage.
Cor. 14th and Sanchez sts.. 1 block from Mar-
ket and FiUmore St. cars; phone Park 271.
PACIFIC Storase and Furniture Movtns Cotn-
pany. 2320 Fillmore st. Phone West 2623.
CARPET CLEANING
ATT, carpets and rvtzn cleaned on the floor with-
out removal fc \u25a0;\u25a0 the . S. F. Compressed Air
Cleaning Co. Office and shop. 15th sf and
San Bruno aye.: phone Market 2673. .
ALL ready for business — Pioneer Carpet Cleaning
•Works; temporary office. 911 Golden Gate aye.;
phone Park 591. J. SPAULDING «fc CO. . -
A. W. WHELDEN CO.— Cleaning and laying;
office and works. 2400 Geary. Phone West 93.
Watts — Reliable carpet cleaning; alteration: rea-
ovatlng. laying. 587 Waller st Phone Park 569. .
MITCHELL'S old-estab. carpet-beating works,
3683 18th st. cor. Dolores. Phone Market 1402.
CARPETS cleaned, 4c yd.; laid. sc. GTSSLOW'S.
C. C. CO.. 3808 22d st Phone Market 2289. .
CONKLIN BROS.* Carpet Cleaning Works. 1?19 _
Scott st. near O'FarreU. Phone West 5601. -<
ADVANCE Carpet Cleanfn? Co. — Advanced m?t&-
ods. GEORGE WALCOM CO.. 637 Turk sf
DYEING AXD CLEAZVING
SEND your dry cleaning to the Presidio Heights
Dye Works and be forever satisfied. Call West
453 for wagon. Office 3C 31 -0033 Sacramento st.
G. WEIDF.MANN'S. dyetng and cleaning a spe-
cialty. 339 Sth st. Tel. Market 5306.
STABLES TO LET
FINE sunny corner: middle Sat: 7 rooma and
bath; opposite Duboce Park. 3 Scott st.
STABLE room for the accommodation- of 12
horse*. ' S5B Folsom st
FIREPROOF FLOORING
Astx"stollth.' handsome, durable, "noiseless, nnn-*
slippery: stain proof. A. Willkomrq. I2IQ ("!\u25a0 ft.
OPTICIANS
CHAS. B HOBRECHt! 1033 Golden Gate av«.~
telephone Market 2206. Good s.'srht; prices
right i Call . and be convinced. Consultation
free. , : : - \u25a0 \u25a0
CEO. C. KEMP. late of 2002 Markst now at
459 Fillmore; personal attention: opea eventnza.
I. POVELSEX. EXPERT OPTICIAX. IH
Chnrch st. Open evenings. .
PERSO?rALS
WILL anybody knowing MRS. LCCRETIA AN-
. . DERSON, please send her address to 2333 .
Durant.ave., Berkeley? • .
JAMES FOLEY— Please address PETER FOLEY.
-Hotel Regal. 317 3d st. between -Folsom and
Harrison. : ; • .-.-•\u25a0•
RENO GARRETT please can at 755 Howard
street. -
BUSI"NES9 PERSONALS
A—* • ' DR. E. E. McLEAN. i
Hair Specialist
*-. Formerly Call Building. . . ...;!.
Is stfll manufacturinjc her celebrated fiatr 494
skin preparation at 504 Broderick sf . under
the name of the E. E. McLEAN MANUFAC-
TURING CO/ The demand is greater thaa.
ever for her Golden Seal Hair Tonic (for oily
balr). Dandelion Dandruff Cure. Hazellne Ha— '
Tonic (for thin, dry and brittle hair). ..
" . Hair Grower Pomade— Eczema ointment
Cures Eczema.' Itching Skin. Pimples. ' etc
Chilean Hair Restorer (for restoring hair t»
Its original color)..- ,
Hazel Ine Cold Cream (without a peer as a
ikln food).' .
Medicated Face Powder and numerous other
preparations., - ...
Free diagnosis Monday and . Friday, between
, 2 and 4 p. m.* Telephone West 7574.
WIGS, .toupees, front pieces, that flt; purest huh"
used : l ._atr 'dressing, shampooing, dyetng.'ete.
0. LEDERER. 2271 California st. near Web-
. sty." jgrmerly at 123 Stockton; estab. lSflg.
H. WILLIAM _ CO.. 1193 Stockton st; minn-
facturera of flannel shirts, ovei-nirts, under-
; wear; wholesale; ready for business. \u25a0
$100 on deposit for yoti If your hah: cannot b«
\u25a0 restored: abundance of natural hair. C E. H.
T. C 0.. -730 Hayes st. • \u25a0
FISHING baskets, hampers, baby earriajres: man-
ufacturing, repairing, renovating, ' all . kinds. -
1413 EIUs st. _____________'
MRS. .M. DYER, formerly IS9O Mission st.-
now located ' at ; 547 Valencia st. bet 16th
and 17th. - . - .
YOUNG lady would like a few select customers:
manicurmg,' scalp treatment. 2022 Ftllmor*. r. 4.
THE Capital 'Restaurant .728 Turk st. : break-
: fast ready at Ba. m. : lunches for workmgmea.
MAGNETIC massage. . MRS. HOLSHOU3ER. r*
1. 1173 O'FarreU st.' bet Conga and Franklin.
MRS. .'M. E. • LEARY. formerly 434 Van Ness
aye.. now located 2260 Mission. T bet' lSth. 19th.
MISS JOHNSOX. profesalonal masseuse and
•'.\u25a0; electric treatments. 1921 Fillmore. . near Pine,.
MRS. M. SHULZ llndlen only). chlropodNt. mas-
sage. formerly 1222 Laguna. now at 1115 Turk. -
J.- HAUPTLI GUERIN C 0.." Fashion Hair Store:
electric face, scalp treatment . 890 Van Neee. \u25a0
SHOE repairing by machraery. Gallagher Bro*»
Branch 1.\473 Hai*ht st: branch 2. 32T2 22d.
FOR pianos see MRS. A. !A. GOSBKE. wlt!>
Kohler & Chase. 1329 Sntter. Tel. Franklfo 2143
MME. CLAIR BERTRAND. formerly 3U Kearay*
-. st;?now located 18«7 Ftllmore. .corner Bush.
MRS. HELE.N DERBEB, grad~te masseuse."
- 1206 Goldeut Gate aye.. near Fillmore sf
M. BREMONT. profes. mas-wnse: scalp, face
.. and electrical treatment - la^S Enia st
J. W. DONNFTL, up-to-date pnotogTsDher: open
\u25a0Sunday.-; 22C2 Ml.«!na «t., near IStb.
MISS IDAMOORE. magnetic vibratory massage.
Rooms 5 and 7, 1410 Fillmore st. tflfsh
MME. GREY. • electrical treatment for ner-oua t
•\u25a0< dl*«ef»!te«.. 174 ft Oeiirr. - '"\u25a0 •--•< .\u25a0•--,
, .PAINTING AND I PAPERH.INGING .*
'\u25a0•'\u25a0'.: : :C: C -. V WALL PAPER. . . - "
Exclusive designs for. 1907. Retailed at wbole-
s sale "- prices: .- 50 .' p*>r cent . discount • from Hst
, ERASER & McDONALD.* Painters' and Deco-
f ' rators. > 2323 FILLMORE ST.; nr. Washington- \u25a0
phone "West 4G6. \u25a0•\u0084'. " , *
PLATING; WORKS,
SUNSET. Plating Works— Gold, silver,; .nickel
plating done. - 332 Clementina • st < Tentp. \u25a0 J4H.
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