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WORKS FOR REPEAL OF
CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW
Chicago Instructor Declares
That Rich Men in East
Will Form League
Ezra A. Cook, head of the Chinese
schools of Chicago, arrived in this city
resterday on a visit in the interests
of an antiexclusion of Chinese leagua
which eastern capitalists are about to
organize. During his visit here Cook
will live with his eon In Berkeley. He
will be the guest of the local Chinese
colony and will write articles 1 for ;
Chicago newspapers on the Chinese'ex
clusion question.
"California is doing itself a great
injury by agitating Chinese exclusion,"
said Cook. This is the opinion of every
prominent man I have talked with east
of the Rocky mountains. The people
of Chicago and other eastern cities feel
that Chinese labor is desirable and that
as a class the Chinese are not as bad
as other classes of foreigners that are
now admitted unhindered to the United
States. It is because we feel that the
country as a whole would be bene
fited by the admission of Chinese
laborers that we intend to organize a
league to light legislation against
them on the part of the exclusionists."
Cook said that the boycott insti- ,
Uited in China against the United ;
States was suggested by a woman of
Chicago, Mrs. Annie Davis, secretary
of the Amalgamated Chinese schools,
who wrote a letter to Wu Ting Fang,
at that time Chinese minister at Wash
ington, advising him on behalf of the
association which she represented to
force free admission of Chinese to th*s
country' by the waging of a boycott.
The Chinese minister replied, approv- '\u25a0
Ing the plan, and soon afterward the ,
boycott- was begun by the merchants
of the empire. Mrs. Davis, Cook says,
cherishes as a great treasure this letter
bearing the signature of the Chinese
diplomat.
"The feeling in the east in regard to
Japanese exclusion is the same as that
toward Chinese,** said Cook. We have
very few of the mikado's subjects back
there, but the consensus of opinion
appears to be that President Roosevelt
is not wrong In his policy of concilia
tion toward the Japanese and that .a
little more liberal application of the
"big stick' would be a good thing. The
league with which I am affiliated will
deal, however, entirely with the Chi
nese."
Cook has been identified with the
Chinese educational movement in Chi
cago for many years and has been
connected with a number of legal cases
involving Chinese which have had In
ternational importance. He bears -let
ters .of Introduction and credentials
from several wealthy merchants known
throughout the land. One of these is
from 3. K. Arinsby of the J. K. Arms
by fruit company, who. it is said, -will
b«? one of the leading supporters of the
new league. The league will be formed
within the next several weeks.
BAUER JAILED FOR FATA LIT V
Ernest Sheldon of Sl9 Grove street,
the boy who was run over by an auto
mobile driven by Fred J. Bauer, a mer
chant, in Webster street, between
Gro-ve and Fulton, on Monday night,
died ypsterday morning. Bauer was
arrested by Policeman S. A. Earle and
booked at the city prison on a charge
of manslaughter. He was releast-d on
MILTON AND XEWCOMB ACQUITTED
Thomas S. Milton, collector for the
telephone company, and Fred Newcomb,
skating Instructor at Idora park, Oak
land, charged with burglary, -were ac
quitted hy Police Judge Shortall yes
terday. They were accused of breaking
into a telephone box in the saloon of
William Laib, 2142 Fillmore street, on
July 10. The judge held that there was
absolutely no evidence to sustain the
charge.
MURRAY HELD. FOR BURGLARY
John Murray, a cook, -was held for
trial before the superior court on . "a
charge of burglary by Police Judge
Shortall yesterday. The accused was
a l6<Jger at 12 Hollis street, and it is
alleged that he brok<r into a room and
stole money and jewelry belonging to
the landlady. Her son. Emanuol Meyer,
followed Murray till he met a police
man in Fillmore street.
MEETING NOTICES
SAN FRANCISCO chapter No. 1. Royal w
Arch Masons, meets THIS EVENING i\
at 1254 Market st. Business and JLy
lodge of instruction. /%!^\
H. G. PRINCE. Sec. '>/\
MOUNT MORI AH lod'pe No. 44. F?~& Z"
A. M.. 21»G Gosrr st. — .Special A\
meeting THIS EVENING at 7:30 \u25a0\^T^ r
o'clock. Third degre*. /V^^
THEO. FROLICH. Sec. / \
CROCKETT lodge No. 139. F. & A. A
M.— Third degree THIS - (WEDNF.S- i\
I»AY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock.
By order of the W. M. 7^^\ '
R. H. McPHKRSONY Sec. 'Tr \
MISSION lodse No. 169. F. & A. M.— «
fiperlal meeting THIS (WEDNES- J\
DAY) EVENING at 7:39 o'clock. V?zV'
First degree. 7v^
FRANK W. SMITH. Sec. / \
STARR KING k>dse No. 344. F. & g.
A. M.. 1759 FlUmore Kt.— Sp<»cial J\
westing THIS (WEDNESDAY) %^A^
KVENING, July 17. at 8 o'clock 7vV\
fw first degree. Masons cordially ' »
Invited. W. A. KFXLER, W. M.
H. F. WRIGHT. Secretary.
SPARTAN Jodge No. 125. I. O.
O. F.. Railroad and 14th at*, i^^^^vt
pmith, will have installation "^^/vSZ^S-
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVES- *"~,J*^
TNG. July 17. Members please take notice.
Visitors cordially Invited. ' .
CHARLES NELSON, N. G.
T. C. LEARY, Secretary.
FARNSWORTH lodge No. 95, I. #«£«*,\u25a0•
O. O. F.. 12.V4 Market St.— Sec- ;>V^S^%sc."
«na aegree THIS (WiiDNES-
DAY) NIGHT, July 17. Local /^*S^
and sojourning brothers cordially invited.
G. A. BURMAN. Reg Sec
COSMOPOLITAN lodge No. 194. I. •
O. O. F. — Instillation of offi'-prn
WEDNESDAY EVENING. July
17. Members please attend.
Visitors cordially invited.
G. A. HUEBNER. N. Q.
GEORGE R. DREVER. Rec. Sec.
— — . :—-STRACCSE: — -
STRACCSE lodge No. B«t. K. of P.,
meeU TONIGHT at 841 Fulton et. AbJbT
near Fillmore. Knight rank. •hsL/rt"
Visiting Knights welcome. : <S&X&
&L A. NATHAN, CC. 7 >^
MEMBERS of lodge No. 205. boiler makers and
iron ship builders, will meet at Golden Gate
Undertaking Co.'s parlors. Mission *t. near
21st, at J' p. m. sharp. WEDNESDAY, to at-
. tend the funeral of BROTHER WM. McKAY.
ANNUAL MEETING — The regular annual meet-
Ing of the stock holders of the MONTEREY
COUNTY WATER COMPANY will be held
at the office* of the company. No. 58 Clay st..
San Francisco. CaL, on MONDAY. July 29.
1907, at 11 o'clock ' a. m., for the purpose of
electing a board of directors ' to serve t for the
ensuing year and for .the -transaction of such
other business as may come before - the meet-
Ing. - Transfer book* will be closed on Friday,
July 26. i 1907, at 3p. m. W. U. HANNAM,
Secretary. '-..-. \u25a0 - . -\u0084:-.-.-\u25a0
only local manufacturers. ~
p. pasquale co.,
1100 -webster cor. turk.
phone west 493.
army. navy. society goods.
regalias. flags. banners. 7
badges. caps,
uniforms.
'attorneys \
advice free— divorces a specialty. "
Quick; quiet; no charge ; unless ' successful. ..
Collections, wills, deeds, etc.; detectives.
Open evenings. LEGAL: ASSOCIATION. *
1363 Webster «t. cor. O'Farrell near, FUlmore.
LOEWY & - GUTBCH. attorneys; sow located at
84 end Stevenson sts., CaL.Demokrat building.
BAKK!S & HESS, attorneys at law, W. T. Hess,
Salts j Public,-. 2053 Sutter et.nr. Flllmore. '
ATTORNEYS— Continued
ADVICE FREE , ON ALL LEGAL r MATTERS.
Divorce costs- $l2: damages, collections. .All
cases no charge without success: open 'even-
Ings. 1720 Fillmore st. bet.' Post and gutter;.
ROOM 4, FIRST FLOOR.; '
AA— DIVORCE; costs $12; quick, quiet; advice
I free;, no charge unless successful: -title. to real
estate restored; bankruptcy; probating \u25a0of es-
1 tates ;• general practice. : 1028 Market st., r. ;12.
ADVICE free; divorce costs $12:. quick, direct;
labor liens' and collections; bankruptcy, and at-
tachments. 212S Fillmore nr. Sacra'to: rm. 1. j
COMPLETE divorce for $25; jno delay; courteous
treatment; square dealing: please see me first.
Room 3. 2036 Sutter st. near Fillmore;
i MARTIN STEVENS, attorney at law. 10* Gold-
en Gate ay. bet. Laguna and Buchanan sts. "..
'. - - , ~. " ALF GROVES.- .. "
* CALL BUILDING.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS
KATHERYN KIMBERLY— LegaI work a spe-
cialty. SlB Monadnock bldg.; tel. Temp. 3727.
Mabol B. Newman. pub. Men.; Hotel Dale, 1037
Fillmore: man, and mlm. work done: reas.
NOTARY PUBLIC*
ADDIE L. BAI.LOU. formerly 707 Van Ness ay.,
removed to 1122 Market fit, opposite 7th.
PENSIONS
PENSION Attorney K. A. BULLIS. 1541 Stelner
ft.: past commander Thomas post. G. A. R.
PATENTS
Dewcy. Strong & Co. — Patents, caveats, trade-
marks. Infringements; guide to Inventors, 100
mech. movemts. free. 1105 Mer. Ex. bldg., S.F.
CAKLOS P. GRIFFIN, patents, late examiner
U. S. patent office. 814 (Call) C. Spreckels bid.
PATENTS guaranteed; lvindsome 6S-page guide-
book free. E. E. Vrooman. box 40. Wash., D. C.
FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, formerly examiner U. 8.
putont office. 025-927 Monadnock bldg.
' DENTISTS
{ DBS. C. W. DECKER,
T. H. MORUIS. L. T. CRANZ,
SURGEON DENTISTS.
1316 Sutter stl above Van Ness. «
Rooms 1-2-3-4-5-9-10.
PAI NLKSS dentistry — Old established, honest,
reliable; reasonable prices; perfect work; free
consultation. VAN VROOM, 1501 Flllmore St.,
corner O'FarrelK .-
DR. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dental work.
515 Fillmore st. near Oak.
BARTLETT. DR. U. GRANT, extracting special-
ist; gas given. 2103 Flllmore, N W. cor. Cal.
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS.
Dr. E. W. Perkins. 1102' Valencia st. cor. 22dV
DR. W. A. MEYER, form. Callaghan building,
now 215t? Market st. near Church and 14th.
DR. KNOX. dentist. 1615 Fillmore st.. formerly
Grant bldg.; all work first class; prices low.
C. W. RICHARDS. D. D. S., 205-6 Central bid?.,
cor. Sutter and Polk, for. Mutual bank bl.lg.
' DR. SIMMS, formerly Parrott bldg., 855 Market
jet..j et.. now;located at 1214 Polk cor. Sntter. r. 301.
! DR. R. I- WALSH. 872 McAllister nr. Laguna.
Platinum filllcss. 50c; crowns. $5; plates, $7.
! DR. H. CRAIGIE— First class dentistry at rea-
sonable prices. 091 Folsom st. cor. 3d.
HILL. DR. LCDLUM. 1443 Market St.. now at
432 Webster ut. near Oak: gas given.
! DR. J. J. LEEK, formerly 1126 Market, now
/ E24 Valencia st. between 19th and 20th.
PHYSICIANS
DR. GEKBER, natnropatliic pnvsiciin. 1253 Oc-
tarU — Eye, nervous, chronic Ills, diseases wo-
men; new methods: headach;; constipation, in-
dlgestlon. cross eyes, etc. Hrs. 11-2. West 4527
DE. WONG HIM.-.
HERB DOCTOR.
\u25a0Permanently Located
126S O'Farrell et. bet. Gongh and Octavia.
DR. FP.E;DERICK W. D'EVELYN. . perman?nt
office Central bldg.. NE. cor. Polk and Sntter
sts.; teL Franklin 748; hours 1 to 3.
REE MAIN OHY. "
'-*' Chinpse Tea and Herb Sanitarium.
719 Sacramento St.. San Francisco.
j DR. J. S. HANLON. ~
Formerly Scobie Hospital, now 629 Van Ness
i ay.: tel. Franklin 10.
H. A. HESS. M.D. (Pacific Hospital surgeon)— l
to 3. 6 to 7:30. 749 Hayes; tel. Market 2428.
' Dlt. K. F. WEST, formerly of 511 A LeavenwortU
st.. Is now at 1115 McAllister; phone Park 722.
j DIJ. V. C. KECK returned and resumed practice,
1 cor. McAllister and Stelner sts. Hre. 2-4 p. m.
X-UAT and Finsen L'sht Laboratory.
999 Stelner st. corner McAllister.
OPPENHEIMER CURK FOR ALCOHOLISM.
2065 MARKET ST.
DR. F. THOMAS (formerly Donohue bldg.) now
516 Turk st. Tel. Franklin 1590.
DR. KARIN KLINT. 1066 15th st. near Church;
2 to 4. 7 to S. . ,
AUTOMOBILES
FORD RUNABOUT.
4 cyl. has top, 3 inch tires
and been run 2 months only.
Owner can use the money to better
advantage than the car; pri?e ?ROO.
•;\u25a0 *'.:> SEE THIS AT ONCE.-
TUENIX AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE,
I 45tb and San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
TOURIST touring car. top, fully equipped. 5075
Runabout, goes pood, looks good.. ' 2T»O
S5-40 hp. tonrlng car. fast and fine ...1,050
Ford 4 cyL runabout, bi^ bur W)0
Reo touring car. '<*>. fine condition ... 700
PHOENIX AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE.
4.-, i h st. and Ssn Pablo ay., Oakland.
AUTOMOBILE bargain: 1907 32 horsepower
tourinjr car at half price: must sell '06 Frank-
lin, model X Winston and 2 Pope-Toledo touring
nrs; all in A No. 1 condition. F. O." BEN-
STROM CO:. 424 Stanyan st.
AUTOMOBILE bareains — Pope-Toledo Limousine
' '06 Royal Tourist: 20 h. p. Franklin, and
others.- Pacific Garage and. Livery Co., Pa-
cific ay. at Polk et.' -' '
UENSTROM GARAGE. 424^134 Stanyan; phone
Park 476. Automobiles bought, sold, repaired;
supplies ; touring cars for hire at all hours. -
AUTOMOBILES REPAIRED.
LILIENTHAL BROS".' GARAGE.
3176 21ST ST. , PHONE MARKET 532.
B. H. MUMUS— AUTO BROKER.- i;.;..
ISIS-IS2O Telegraph ay.. Oakland, Cal.
Phone Oakland 6747.
AUTOMOBILE bargains: Reo, Premier. Cadillac.
Peerless. Pope touring cars: can be seen.-
Frank O. Rentsrom Co.. 424 Stanyan st.
PULLMAN sntomoblles for immediate delivery
on exhibition at the salesrooms of the F. : O.
RENSTROM CO., 424 Stanyan st. "7
NEW Universal Carburetors; positive guarantee
or money back. L. H. & B. I. BILL, 132
Valencia/ st.
TIRES REPAIRED, ... ;\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
-Stevens & Elkington Rubber Co.. 526 Polk st
AUTOMOBILE repairing: wtorafre battery charg-
ing, repairing. L L. DE JONGH, 446 Fulton.
SAN FRANCISCO VULCANIZING CO., .425
- Valencia st. Auto tire repairing our epecialty.'
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING.
M. L. WUbert & Sons. 18th and Mission. s
FOR eale — Reo runabout, first class 'order; top
and extras. 6 East St.," room 9.
ARCHITECTS
N. HIRANO, Japanese designer and building
contractor. IS2I Bntter St.: tel. West 7368.
ART GLASS
PLAIN, leaded and art glass, n; HURRELL. i
212 Gouch «t. between Oak and Fell.
AA — California Art Glass B. & C. Works, 93S
Howard st. Phone Temporary 1817.
.^ ADOPTION V 77
i HEALTHY baby boy and girl; full surrender.
1 - DR. FCNKE'S: Maternity, Villa, 1416 Bth st;,
Alameda. . \u25a0 r . ,
7-; ANGLE;. LAMPS
ANGLE LAMPS best lamps for reading. BOESCH
i LAMP CO.. Coast Agents. 1135 Mission st.
; \ ACCOUNT ANTS— Certified Public.;
• JOHN R.'RUCKSTELL. Call building, room 308;
; »ccoontlng Bystems:^ Investigations;." audits. »•
' '-'-'- BICYCLES
• AGENTS for \u25a0 COLUMBIA 'and' RAMBLER : bi-
cycles. C. M. CHRISTOPHER. 530 Stanyan.
J. W.- CORNELL, 6porting goods;' agency Snell
bicycles, motor cycles; repairing.*; 1104 Valencia:
;-.7 ; CANDY? AND t CAKE FACTORYJI^
t WE sell, . wholesale and \u25a0 fine" tea : cakes,
- ;«' ice cream , cornucopias. ' i. BENKYODA* & 'C 0. ,;
ia.33 • Geary st. ; phone '\u25a0 West \u25a0 7537. - .t - . .
7 .CHIROPODISTS
ALL . foot ailments \u25a0 positively £ cured "'- painlessly;
Dr. Dnncan. expert chiropodist. .-1550 Ellis 'st.
t CASH REGISTERS A .
'. CASH registers.; 521 sues, "of 'all, prices;* for] aU
, kinds of business, *on '-liberal /terme.' National
:Caeh Register Co., 1253 Golden Gate a y.
THE S J^N': TV^DNESDA^;:v JXTLY 17,j 1907.
CLAIRVOYANTS j
THE STORY OF YOUR LIFE REVEALED. ;
' Famous •• woman : psychics and ' palmist ft has
perfected a v system : by ; which she ; reads your
life story. fcw2ajS|js§sf|jgg3Jg3&@|i£RfßSßS '
Men and " women' In ? all .'\u25a0 walks ' ot \u25a0 llf e '\u25a0 daily
} consult Mme. •Craig. '*' permanently, located £in
\u25a0 'private ' residence,' 1201- O'Farrell st;" ;,. v;. 1 •\u0084
, If marriages,* sickness, " death,. changes.], trav-'
\u25a0 els, 1 divorce*,? separation,';, law : suits, > business
. ; transactions,*. wills.'- deeds,"? mortgages,' lost •; or
. stolen : property, ; hidden:. treasures. ilogt; or: ab-
sent friends Interest you; ; if you care, to know.
" what you should ' do \u25a0to be successful and whom
to avoid, when to buy and when to sell stocks,
: etc: \u25a0If >;you : desire ; to «; have ..your ; domestic
',- troubles removed," your lost love restored," \u25a0\u25a0 your
S bitterest enemies converted 'into stanch friends
S — in a word, whatever, may be: your troubles;
, suspicions : or i. desires, '> call -*on . th^s r gifted
woman and she will ' send ; you away . happier,
. wiser and 'bolder- than>ever before. .^- -..:\u25a0.
THE White. Mystic' of. India.t/v .:u>',:. : 7^
. ORMONDE, formerly. 10 years on Market «t.: a
• clairvoyant with power; "genuine, reliable, con-
scientious ; : past, present. ; future : ' business I ad-
vice,' love, f marriage, divorce ; . removes evil in-
' fluences;. tells your full 'name;, born in .the
orient - with the ! power . atJ any ' 10 ' mediums;
readlntrs $1. 1310 Devisadero st. between EIU»
\u25a0\u25a0- and, O'Farrell. .• . - > ;\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0-. - .': '.-..\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.'"• r
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted, clalr. and palm.;
I have astonished thousands with ' my wonder-
fully - correct . horoscope <of *-. their r lives, -a past,"
'. present - and future.',: I"\u25a0 correctly - treat \u25a0 your
: love • aSfalrs,' domestic "- troubles, \u25a0. business and
.financial success : : hours' 10 to 9;:L.:50c,;G. $1;
.open Sundays. f 1260 Ellis st. : near Laguna. ;\u25a0
AN F.XTRAORDINARY: OPPORTUNITY.' . •
FOR $1. TWO SITTINGS. • FOR -?1.
PALM AND CLAIRVOYANT READINGS. :
Prof. S. Maher. .known - the > world \u25a0 over as
king of life readers;^ hleh- priest among the
mystics iof India. , 1303 : O'Farrell nr. ' Laguna.
SHERMAN. CLAIRVOYANT, PAXMIST— HIS
extraordinary clairvoyant : powers,*7r combined
with his > superior knowledge lof occult | forces,
enable him to read human : life with ' accuracy
from infancy to-old age.'. 1068- Brdwy.. Oakld.
MRS. GENTRY, divine healer, clalrv.. palmist;
past and. present revealed: consultation free.
2018 Sntter st. between Stelner and Flllmore.
MISS M. WILLE, 1505 Geary— Crystal seer. and
median; . can be consulted on all business af-.
fairs of life; hours 10 to 8 p. m. \u25a0
MME. EUGENIE, scientific palmist, card reader;
reveals facts that astonish yon. v 1465 Valencia.
$1 READINGS this month; lucky numbers and
charms. • MME. LELAND. 716 Golden Gate *.v.
MADAM SCHAEFFER, clairvoyant, card reader,
water seer. 704 Laguna bet. ; Grove and Fulton.
MISS MORRIS, card reader and clairvoyant, 059
Webster st. corner Golden Gate; av., room Jl;
MME. LOUISA. Spanish clairvoyant, card reader.
Rooms 1 and 2. 1037 A Golden Gate ay.
MISS WARD, clairvoyant and card reader. 906
**McAllister st.. room 48. . top floor. : L- s
MISS E. HALL, card reading." 997 Golden Gate
ay., room 25. .. \u25a0
PHILADELPHIA. SOLDIER 80Y— 1035 Golden
Gate ay. :\u25a0'---'" '\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0..• ; ' '- 7_._^^____2l___
SPIRITUALISM 7
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY; trance busfaes* medium
AND LIFE READER. .. -
Splrttnal messages. . 1164 O'Farrell st
CONSULT B. S. GARRISON: circles every night,
' chairs 25c; charges reasonable. 719% Franklin
st. bet. Golden Gate and Turk. : 7;j^r
MME. MAXWELL, test meeting Wednesday,
Friday; S p. m. ; convincing messages, reading,
, questions. • 323 A! Church st.
MRS. ROBINSON; readings daily: circles Sun-
day, j Wednesday. Friday. 25c 7 751 V4 Webster.
MRS. SEAL, spiritual medium; readings dally.
7RO McAllister St.: circle Thursday. 8 p. m.
PALMISTRY
A— Returned— H. JEROME FOSSELLI. scientific
palmist 1810 Webster. S. F.; phone West.4lo.
MME. DAVISON. formerly 510 Post St., left the
city on July 1. ' '
PALMISTRY— OakIand
OAKLAND'S* palmist and card reader: ladies,
25c: gents. sOc. 8- r >6 Broadway: suite 17. Oak.
BAR AND STORE FIXTURES
J. RUBEN— Office, store.' bar fixtures,;' show-
cases; all kinds woodwork.; C 94 McAlllsterj st
Standard Furniture & Fixture Mfg. CO. : - esti-
mates given. S5l Bryant st; pbone Market 3724.'
BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLENDER CO.. 17-27
Franklin . St. nr. Market; c , Phone Special : 1457.
N. Y. FIXTURE CO.. bar. store; office fixtures.'
showcaees. grill work; etc. 3411 19th nr. Mission
CALIFORNIA Home Industry. 214; 8th -St.— B*r,
and store fixtures, - showcases : always : on band.
J. MARTENSON makes office, . store and bar fix-
tures, , 218 18th st . bet. Mission and Howard.
WILLIAM P. SICKE, saloon ; and store fixtures;
eastern prices: short noticed 304 Gongh, st
j CEMENT • .'.; -';«
"HEIDELBERG" and other -high grades In
lots to suit, at WHOLESALE prices. . ' \u25a0\u25a0
A. BRESLAUER. 214 California: Temp. 2350.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 3
LA RSEN & DUE, 8 contractors - and repairers-
Carpenter work "of. all kinds and Jobbing
promptly attended to. 3174 24th st. ; : phone
Market 3895. 7 ' \u25a0;. . 7
McCULLOUGH, CONTRACTING CO.; 2023-2033
: Market— Buildings designed and erected quick-
ly, economically; ' ho "waiting for > mill work.""
P. <5e NOOY & VAN DAM. carpenters.' contract-
ers:' cab, work. 1284 A Eddy. Tel. WEST 4624.'
CA RPENTER. cabinet work, store ' and office
fitting. PATERSON. 165 Franklin st. ;-
ANTI WALL PLASTER CO.: no more cloth; use
Antlplaster board. 1923 Market st.
-CONTRACTORS 7
O. A. JOHNSON, carpenter, 7 builder, cabinet
maker, jobbing. 2027 15tb st; bet Market and
.- _''_ \u0084- .-_. ii .'_' 7 DETECTIVES ;^''.,;:7.7 : ';7 '_;
MCCARTHY'S petective Agency— Reliable . infor-
mation in civil and criminal affairs; legal: and
commercial refs. ; communications , confidential.
1228 Fillmore cor. » Eddy. Phone • West ; 3078
TUPS. MCCARTHY. Principal. ""-,.'\u25a0• .-\u25a0.; -\u25a0•'-
dressmaking;
ARTISTIC designer In dress making will \be
: prepared .to take' engagements- again Monday.
July, 15, T by day.-. MISS •".HARTMAN,". 1244
7:EIHb. st- '•\u25a0.-. .-.-\u25a0 ,-\u25a0\u25a0 .- w -. - ..'-. -..:;'-..:.-...
SUNBURST; accordion, ' knife pleating. '- buttons,'-
buttonholes, lining," notions; i mall orders solici-
ted. STEELE'S, 1420 Post; phone. West 6428.
McDowell's Dresa Making and . Millinery . School, <
1215 Post; st , near « Van Ness. • Branch i 1018
Washington st., Oakland/Patterns cnt to order/
AGNES OSTERGREN, Ul7 Page; first class even-
ing and brides' dresses;; all; work guaranteed."
7 I; LADIES 1 ;?: TAILORS 77
LOUIS LINDSTBOM.7 ladles' . tailoring, formerly
\u0084-. Donahue bldg.', . now ; 1304 • Post ' near j Franklin. ,
B. KAPLAN, up to \u25a0 date Ladles'. Tailor." 1277
-Ellis St. V -..- :-•--_:-:->\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0r,yy- ....\u25a0,--"';;;.•\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0,
\u25a07;.': : :7-"- : : ; ;.'ftjßs'v^.l'; r-.x. -' }]- :.\: .\
G. BARE, furrier," formerly Lachmann & Co., now
.1515 Bush Bt. cor. Van Ness ay., upstairs.
B. KANTNER,: manufacturing I furrier." formerly
\u25a0 122 Stockton st." " now \ 1718 .- Van *. Nass. ay.'.---- -\u0084 '\u25a0
EDUCATIONAL
HEALD'S., 1451 . Franklin c st, San Francisco,
, Cal.— Soon In' new building In McAllister ,st.
. ' bet. Van »"• Ness ' ay. and v Polk \u25a0 st. "V. Business,
-.'shorthand, engineering.";. ~E.!;P;;HEALD,-'Pres.
A— ASSISTS >to • shorthand : places ; :? Metropolitan
(CaL) \u25a0 B'sn's Col.; 925 G. G. ay.; penmanship,
Esplna ; ; drwg. ,» cv*. ; * day;; $10 i mo. ; i ev«; v $5. j
ENGINEERING— CiviI. mining,'* mech..
. . survey, assay,* ' cyanide ; t day,"- e ve. ; v est. 5 1864.*
Van der Nalllen School, 51st & Telg., Oakland.
LENA BUDD POWERS,' school of expression and
dramatic ' art. 7 761 f Flllmore; post > graduate of
Emerson College of ; Oratory, ; Boston. \u25a0 , ,
PHYSICAL^ culture;:; women,*. children. .{Audi-
torium f building, cor.^ Page ? and Fillmore 104.
XMISS CLAIRE. E.< DONOVAN.; ;^ r -
PROF.. T.TAri ROBINSON,' Individ. s instr. " math.;
\u25a0bookkeeping, Eng.. etc.; day, eve. 290 Page st.
HEALD'S i Engineering School. T 295 >; Locust ' ay."
. cor. ' Franklin ; st. ; t all '\u25a0 branches ; t , day.^ and 1 eve.
GUITAR, mandoJin, i piano. - singing; ; new • classes
; ,,.; forming: 8 lessons $3; 892 Ha:-;ht cr.' Devlsadaro
SAN FRANCISCO Business College now located
IT. at . 733 ; Flllmore ; nearj Hayes; 'day j and ! evening/
THE . BERLITZ f. SCHOOL^ OF « LANGUAGES—
. 2531 \ Washington nr.' Fillmore: send for circular, j
R. PFAENDLER.": pianist; ; pupils'. taught, classic
y ; or . ; popular; 385 \u25a0 FeU ; st. £ Pbone j FeU 1 1437. Vj ;
YOUNG V- man ' (French) ; • wIU ; exchange French
-'.- -. lessons for ; English. 7,' 424 V Montgomery ; : ay.
; ' : "-. -\u25a0\u25a0'-'*\u25a0. v,;.-:'-;.;S."'C.'",BALDWIN.H; 1;^1 ;^ ';.-.-- ?\u25a0\u25a0 .=-.-v
; .\u25a0.': Banjo,^ mandolm ;• guitar;^ 1374 jj Hayes - st.'f 7
YOUNG 5 man iJ ( French) ; J will ,' exchange * Fren-h
•--. lessons for English: 424 , Montgomer y? it.' ,t>- \u25a0';\u25a0
ALIA court I reporters I recommend \ Gallagher-Marsh
:., Bnstnesa , College.! 464 , Devisadero ! *t.\..~. ffir , ;
MKUUILL-MILLER? College.^ pleasantly Mocatod
at 733? F111m0M- st.; 7dayj and; evening.', '
__ L: -\^;7 business;. chances: '\u25a0;'-';i^
~' ' \u25a0''\u25a0''*'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*' ''. irfiTl.'' 0 4T p ' \u25a0 • J-" *\u25a0*,-\u25a0 \u25a0-.'- t. • ' "
\u25a0\u25a0 STOCK^6fImeRCHANDISe\ CONSISTINGiOF
GROCERIES f AND CANNED GOODS." LIQUORS,
FURNITURES FIXTURES." CARPETS, SILVER-,
RESTAURANT LOCATED AT 1050 GEARY ST.
•.JfKAR\VAN,-NESSfAV.-^,v.:---7;. Jf KAR\VAN,-NESSfAV.-^,v.:---7;- : - v -' : "; '„'
..VThe. undersigned,- representing a committee ap-
pointed! by , the creditors of the Pacific ; Cafe Co..
a corporation tknown as the ."'SEVERN; "offer ror
sale j the \ proper^ . above : named 7
FRIDAY, the 19th day "of JULY, .1907, at:il
\u25a0 : o'clock a.; m.
.'\u25a0;. ; 'SAID. PREMISES'. 1050 GEARY -ST: i r
• I Said property will > be : sold 'on sealed bias. -to
be presented to Julius Dourmann and- D. A.^ Cur-
tln. at ; room • 323.' Monadnock building, -up^to 10
o'clock a. m.» on said 19th day. of July. 1007; and
must Ibe I accompanied by ? a certified 5 check for
10 per = cent ; of 1 the 5 amount ) offered,' ' returnable
only rin case ' of > rejection, which ' bids * will l be
opened at said premises, 1050 Geary. »t.» -3 The
undersigned reserve the right to reject any and
all - bids." ;-. •: > - "<. -^^-* * \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*-.: \u0084^: •'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0;'> •.- \u25a0\u25a0• •--; .- - -
•'- ".';•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •',:•: TERMS CASH. > '-""\u25a0,'.- :'-
Place 1 open for = inspection. \u0084 Further , Informa-
tion and :\u25a0 an \u25a0: inventory .' of the property, may be
had ' at the 1 office of said Julius Dohrmann,. care
Nathan • Dohrmann •&' Co., * 1 548 Van Ness ay.; or
at ' the - office of D. v A. - Curtln, room 823 . Mo-
nadnook; building.- ;\u25a0 ,££&&£;)!
7' -- - \u0084 ; : ; ;; '\u25a0>;'\u25a0. " \u25a0 ~-x -' D. A. CURTIN. .:
FINE ! chance if, sold ; this ' week, carpenter and
' wood - working- . shop , : equipped ', with -- 4 s Inch
sticker, 6 h. p. engine and boiler, band saw,
bench, saw, wood lathe and all necessary 'tools
for same ; also in the " rear 5 rooms for house
keeping; . price' $700. Apply at - 729 " Clemen-
7 tlna - St. .. \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0;:;\u25a0 \: .-.\u25a0\u25a0':':.\u25a0\u25a0 .'....,' '- .- ". ' .'\u25a0'.-\u25a0.\u25a0"
WANTED— B partners with $500 each to go to
S. \u25a0 America ; men ' with ' some 'engineering, , lum- .
: bering and agricultural experience ; big fortune
awaits ' the right " parties ; \u25a0- must be ready
leave zln about 6 weeks. Address box 1659,
7 Call -of flee. "' Flllmore . st. . : -v. : \u25a0 .-\u25a0'-
FOR 1 sale cheap— Restaurant, 111 - Powell v st. ,
near. James Flood bldg.; cost $1.600 't0 furnish;
I long % lease, v low -- rent. \ fine I opportunity ; I fully
'equipped to start •\u25a0 business : mustbesold this
week. \u25a0\u25a0;: D. ' A.". CURTIN, 323 Monadnock bldg.
FOR sale— l2s l shares of \u25a0 fine capiUl stock "of «
. well : paying ' electrical i machinery company ; : es-
' tabllshed 1001 ; doing a flourishing . business;
: 1.175 shares Issued: : five directors. \u25a0 Apply room
'\u25a0';, 84r Marson building. : 1380/Sutter it.
WOOD carving and ornamental- plaster and cc-
;.-\u25a0; ment' shops; benches.' tools.- \u25a0 all ' kinds v- of
; model»;'large stock. ;/ A splendid opportunity at
' a very low- figure:; cash or easy payments. -650
y Hampshire st. bet ; ftth and. 19th. -.;: <\u25a0.. . \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0/-.
$2.100 — A complete, new bathhouse, -Its .building
and • lease . on the : ground for sale : ' an average
. of $200 ; monthly net 'gain: location; 16th near
Mission. For particulars write or apply, F. T.,
: 2072 Bush st : v7 V 7 : '.- '\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0 -y^.-r"
FOR sale— Stable business in the busiest part of
the mission: .large j barn. 37 \u25a0stalls;; 2 shops:
long ground lease;- $2,000. 7- Apply : '^Capp.'V
2007 Sutter; st. cor.;. FUlmore. -.^..'-- - :-,.,\u25a0
PATENTS secured or fee . returned: terms . low;
highest refs.: advice and literature frse.
VASHONv. CO.. patent attorneys, 609 E Bt.
. N. W... Washington.- P.O. ;
FREE— The \u25a0 story of Wonder, the greatest min-
ing camp in Nevada; write today to Western
Mining Bureau. 969 Broadway. Oakland. CaL
LUMBER in any quantity retailed at wholesale
prices; boy direct from the . mills. DOLAN
BROS. CO.. agents.? 1629 Market st. \u25a0 '
FOR sale— First: class restaurant: cheap. 3230
Fulton , st. near the Chutes and park. Apply
W. J. G.MUHL. 3290 Fulton st. : . ;
CREDITORS', saIe of lumber: large, completely
stocked yard will be sacrificed. Inquire 1629
.: Market ; St.. ..... ''.'- ' ' : ; ' •\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0
DRUG store for .sale; best opportunity. In the
city. 'Address J. C. 8.. General Postofflce. .
CANDY story, desirable location, attractive
.transfer corner; bargain. 2105 Market st. .
lIOAG press stock.' for sale cheap; ' party going
, east.. R.F. WELLS. 2301 Pine st. r
FOR sale — Good paying cigar stand; good loca-
tion. Address box 2SS2. Call office. ' --
LODGING t HOUSES FOR SALES
CRANDALL; 1400 McAllister st., buys and sells
fnrnlsh»>d ; flats. \u25a0' lodging houses. List with him
.for quick returns. • 1400 McAllister st.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
JAPANESE Housecleanlng Agency | furnishes best
• belp with ' care, ?by 7 hours, > days * or ; weeks;
cooks, waiters, house cleaners, window wash-
ers, etc. H. ; X; - ODA, 1721 Post st. ; pbone
; West 4G34. -. : -7 •'."\u25a0-: •-:-. \u25a0.'-'-\u25a0 -r'; , v: .
A — JAPANESE .Chinese -association \u25a0 furnishes
\u25a0 best of - help lot > all -kinds: •': capability and 1
! , qualification . guaranteed. I OSCAR HATSUMI,
• : 1513 Geary.;' st. : >\u25a0 phone :\u25a0 West v 6688. \u25a0; <j: -;,v
STAR : employment -office i furnishes I Japanese I and
! Chinese . help ' with : care. .;Tel. "»West 167.%;- W;
1. KADOTA. 1608 Geary st."- near Buchanan; "\" 7
ALL X INDS jof \u25a0 Japanese ; and Chinese \u25a0" workers
• look ins: for Jobs; city; or country: 1748 Sutter
j St., ' Sa n: Francisco. -West 2803.*, f r;
JAPANESE Chinese ; association, * proprietor Oscar
; Hatsuml, 1513 Geary »t. \u25a0 nr. Laguna. Phone
7 West SCBB. .\u25a0\u25a0':\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*• - , \u25a0 -- '.- \u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 : -„.
CHINESE I and Japanese employment . office, 362
'sth St.; tel. Oak 3101. B. HALL. Oakland. Cal.
H. -v W. HONG, Chinese " employment office," 837
Webnter st;. Oakland :i phone <Vernon 241. '"\u25a0
EMPLO YMENT;: WANTED— FemaIe
YOUNG Danish girl, 2 months In this: country.
- wishes situation. Address 'ANDßEW. RUSOM,
Hamilton st. near. Dwlght,'' city;.' - .
SWEDISH -girl wishes • situation;* house work or
- cooking: ' good cook; ; wages $35. • \u25a0 Call IC39A
- Eddy st. near Flllmore. ' : <\u25a0: / ."'\u25a0 - r > '- s
EXPERIENCED book keeper and cashier; I good
refs. ; ; salary $60. : Address T.; . 412 , Utah st.
WANTED— Work | by the | day; private g family.
61 ' Woodward ay. ' "- *" ' -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- -\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0-'.:.' :.-i..-r
> EMPLOYMENT; WANTED— MaIe
WANTED, "'i by, middle .aged man, the care of
\u25a0 gentleman's place , In ; the • country : : thoroughly,
competent' chauffeur,*: cichman - and • gardener,'
'.handy v. with ; tools; flrat.'class references; -a
. -good- home more the object than .wages. . Ad-
dress 80x; 2834. Call. office. -. , . ;
ELDERLY ."•\u25a0 German would like .to assist,, in.
. real estate office, either Inside or outside, work;
.. well .' acquainted in \u25a0 city ; • or ;. would like ; some
' other clerical" position; Salary no 'object. ' Ad-
' dress ; Box 1595, Call" office. \u0084:,-\u25a0; f " -7 7
GOOD Japanese couple want places; * man as
f cook, wife ' wait at table -and Ado 'housework:
; - both;, speak: English; v wages $60 ." up. o 1432
;v Webster St.- \u25a0»'; ;-'--n-/;'-V *> \u25a0'-*:'• V. • \u25a0:-.- \u25a0\u25a0' ; - ' •
SALESMAN, or manager, wants position: age 3S;
\u25a0-\u25a0'21; years'* experience in "local lumber yards and
planing mills. . Box < 1836.' Call v offlce; Oakland.
CHINESE;-" first class • cook t and I helper, ,i wants
- place ln\ boarding house, hotel," family, or ship;
...| American • dress.- 864 , 8 th St., Oakland. .; *. \u25a0 ;
JAPANESE i boy wants : position ; as " cook In ! any
. kind of family; wages $8 or 9 per, week. 2955
.- Sacramento st. ; phone West 804. '. - ,-; ;.-. '£; t 'j<..±-
PLUMBING •\u25a0\u25a0 supplies; 'experienced : man wishes
\u25a0 position as stock or order clerk. HHr. r KLAUS,
\u25a0 * 2479 i Howard '- st. "'.';>.'-" ';';-.--• : : '•:.:\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0*. '' ! \u25a0v7,-:-\"
GARDENER ; wants work • on " private place; : will
.. do f chores ; ; experienced in automobile*. \u25a0/.: Box
v ; 2883.-Call:offlce.;",:-r.;:': \u25a0\u25a0"•\u25a0\u25a0!\u25a0 \u25a0' " '' .X \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ; -' : -'.-"-
EXPERIENCED Japanese wants position In laun-
\u25a0 dry. or In family. T.-AOYAGI, 1908 Bosh «t. \u25a0 J
JAPANESE , boy; wants ' situation •as a schoolboy.
J. ; Y.y 2511 Pacific ay. ; ; phone West .7151. "•\u25a0
CHEAPEST, and . best In America, The Weekly
Call;: $1: a year, v,- 7,.. V- :^: -v\u25a0 \u25a0' -%-,:•-,-<.
jv- SANTA CRUZ V EMPLOYMENT :
IF 1 you \u25a0 want i work ' of I any description, s male -or
female.; write to J, .W. McCUISTON, 266 • P»-
\u25a0• 'clflc ay..- Santa Cms. - \u25a0 •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'' - --\u25a0 < *-» -
HELP WANTED^Femaie 4 .
WANTED^- Young women to learn telephone op-
, ' crating; . paid 1 while learning; salary Increased
• after ,; first : two • weeks «\u25a0 and further ;- increased
, after ' ; work • becomes ' efficient, ii '/."; • . ' ' :
•"- Dally ? luncheons i furnished ' free. 7 and rest
rooms •with matron In? attendance. ; ;.
:.;• Permanent r positions ; \u25a0;\u25a0 good ' chance : for , ad-
- vancement." Apply i to \u25a0? -'. ' \u25a0\u25a0'-' \u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0 \u25a0':
PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO.;
• 821iHyde." near Center. :„'. ;V. 7
,\u25a0 ' ' /. ,31 :'\u25a0 * » -
\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 .-'\u25a0 " -' > -\u25a0:.' _ '\u25a0 ' -.- •'-*-•<\u25a0*..' '\u25a0!\u25a0>'-\u25a0': ;.* *\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0>" .*\u25a0",.-•".
GIRLS TO SEW : ON. SHIRTS: SPECIAL < AT-
TENTION PAID \- LEARNERS; ;, PAH)
-WHILE a LEARNING ; ffi CLEANS WORK : AND
STE AD V h EMPLO YME NT AT < GOOD - WAGES ;
:\ GOOD a. TRADE « AND s. EASILY . LEARNED;
;7, THE r MOST MODERN AND CLEANEST/ V AO-
' TORY;- ON>: THB 1 COAST." -^ APPLY f TO i WIL-"
5 LIAM E HINDSHAW; s CARE * LEVI STRAUSS
& 00.7 . CORNER : CLINTON £PARK j AND . VA-
i LENCIA"; (BET. 13TH AND ; 14TH). -
WANTED— Lady ?T, to 'n represent S a '*- corporation
» "' which "i haa Jib remarkably \> fine \u25a0•" and \u25a0: agreeable
V- proposition J which sto j the/ masses ; ; can
U, make; froms 5.%0 [to : Jt2oo,r»er. wrek.'f a :r«Tillnpi to
;ii ability ;?S"Ail<lreKs r , suies •" nianairf r,v 30« ? Han
: . Pablo i'aT.,-*: Oak land." Cal. o. - > ; —
x;<' : HELPj^^NTED-^emale^-Coa.
CLERICAL': "position— We : want 'i to secure [the
V ? * services . of ; a young . woman ' who Is ' sufficiently
\u25a0 mature i and 1 experienced to understand • and ac-
; ,7 cept the 3 responsibility •of • work.":,. We',e ', give : de-~
i;.- elded ; preference ' to « those . wtxo desire steady
" : ; ; . ••\u25a0 ' • 7 -\u0084 . : •• --, :•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•:
r/i? Preparation: 'A working knowledge of simple
i; arithmetic. : . ; \u25a0
Vi.'i: Requirement: : Neat, accurate work promptly
r executed. y. •• ; -.
Our t are located on the southeast
: corner, of Second = and ' Folsom, \u25a0 3 blocks from
Market. The / Folsom * st. 5 - cars pass the door.
j-'-C In v- planning i the v buildings we have made
careful provisiontfor good ventilation and san-
itation, s . and for.i ample light; ;. everything bas
i been - done Ito Insure healthful conditions for
w . WOTk. -:<•_:\u25a0 rr e. y-.y-~ .'\u25a0\u25a0y.y., . .-.„'• \u25a0 , ,;__-. ,- o i .•;-,.-. -
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 The hours are from "8:30 t0. 12 and l'to 5:30.'
On I Saturdays •' the . closing • hour is 4 o'clock,
.\u25a0'except- during? the summer ' months, when it 'la
.--. I*- o'clock.'- ".;•.•>%:-.._; ,v- \u0084-.-••' - "
-.The salary Is, $35 a month In' the beginning.
v. •-, ;, Apply , by \u25a0 letter, In v your » own . handwriting,
sana state what your office experience has been.
> Address - Office .N. j A. , SCHILLI NG & CO.'
°^ E T^?Zt A^' lrol ' V BUILDING. WHICH IS
THOROUGHLY, LIGHTED. VENTILATED
o^5 BATE J ) - IS NOW BEADY, FOR OCCU-
E«£SX : --^EXPERIENCED AND INEXPERI-
S?a < S?W. ¥ ? BWINO ' MACHINE . OPERATORS
WANTED ON OVERALLS: GOOD PAY*
?Iv4 I)Y^ w P T ?JI : : PAID • wniLß learning!
LEVI. STRAUSS -&: CO.. VALENCIA BET.
. 18TH AND '14TH.; APPLY MB. DAVIS.- =
WANTED— Extra sales people." for all depts.. dur-
ing our removal sale. Apply" Snpfs. office bet.
8:30 -and '\u25a0 10 a. m. HALE BROS.*. Inc., 6th
and Market sts. . : ,
w^-^U '"" '"•'''' '-"A A A'A A '\u25a0'• - -
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON . "STAND-
A^Pn 'SHIRTS," "BOSS. OF THE ROAD"
OVERALLS. '- ENGINEER COATS. BAR
stp ?r?v ££i T - S ' " COTTONADE PANTS.
STEADI WORK: BRIGHT GIRLS -TO
LEARN; .PAID WHILE LEARNING. -NEW
£t£ T .2 RY;NOW OPEN. STANDARD SHIRT
q FACTORY, - GOUGH AND GROVE STS.
WOMAN . cook, small hotel, short distance In
country : fare paid. • good wages; Apply 571
McAllister st, room 2. '
MRS. M. , E. DAY. C2B'; Hyde st. nr. Geary— A
number of young ladles to work Saturdays and
Sundays as relief salesladies In candy stores;
I no experience necessary: $2 day; excellent op-
• portunlty to : learn. \u25a0 > MRS. M. E. DAY, 52G
Hyde : Bt.~ nr. Geary. > y - : - .. ; . - 7 : - 7 - \u25a0\u25a0:-\u25a0-. : - : , \u25a0
WANTED-i-An assistant accountant for the inte-
1 rior , who \u25a0 has some . experience ;In stenography
and typewriting; salary $40 per month, board
.-. and -^room: : state" age. experience and refer-
ences.' 'Address r box 2587. Call office. "
YOUNG girl • for I office work : - must be able . to
1 take * shorthand : -- other experience . not neces-
sary. , .Apply between "10 and 12 a. . m.. Mr.
; Davis. ;Levi Strauss' 4; Co.,- Valencia between
\u25a0^ ; 13th y and 14th. .".-.;. ,-.,\u25a0'- ,- « -
WANIED — Experienced, competent stenographer;
-hours \u25a0 0 to 5;. address^ by . letter only, stating
past experience and salary expected. FER-
RIER-BRQCK CO.. 18 Geary st-. San Francisco.
WANTED— Young lady familiar . with office
-work to act as timekeeper and cost clerk. . Ap-
ply .with ' references to Union gas engine co.,
Kennedy and Canal fsts.. East Oakland.
WANTED— Cash girls of neat appearance;' must
bring age * and schooling certificates. Apply
Supt's. office bet 8:30 and 10 a.- m., HALK
BROS.', ' Inc.; 6th and Market sts.
YOUNG girl wanted to = assist in office work ;
jnust:l write good - : hand and \u25a0be accurate •at
• . figures; state experience ; and \u25a0 salary : expected.
Address box 1597, Call \u25a0 office.-^ :; *. j
WANTED — Saleslady ' who has- bad experience
\u25a0 In selling drapery and curtains. Apply Supt's;
. office bet. 8:30 and 10 a. m.,- HALE BROS.',
-; Inc.. 6th and Market sts. \u25a0' . , ...
GIRL or young l woman to, take entire . charge of
4 room flat: 2 small children; -no woman In
7 honse. : ; Apply 622 Halgbt . St."
WANTED — Thoroughly ... experienced young lady
for ribbon department: permanent position;
.apply at once. •<• LIVINGSTON. BROS.. ': Geary
and Flllmore sts. .; - ': •-: _ . ;
WANTED— SaIes people -to • sell , crockery and
r; household goods. -AnDly Snpt's. office bet.
« 8:30 and 10-a. m;, HALE BROS.', inc., 6th
\u25a0; and Market sts. " • , -.. .
WANTED— Young lady to operate Fisher billing
machine." Apply forenoon •to - general . manager,
\u25a0\u25a0 . Nathan-Dourmann . C 0.,; 1520-1550 . Van Ness ay.
ANY; Intelligent : person - may earn good \u25a0 Income
'': correspond, for newspapers; exp. ) unnec. Send
.. , s for • part Ic. \u25a0 : Press : Syndicate, -' Lock port. » N. ' Y."
WANTED — Salesladies for lace and notions. A p-
: "ply Supt's. \u25a0 \u25a0office .' bet. \u25a0- S:30 • and '\u25a0\u25a0 1O a. •m^
HALE BBoS.'.rinc.. 6th: and Market sts. .,
WANTED— Six • waitresses ' for ', Bartlett Springs;
'..;. apply. In i morning between 8 and 10 at 701 4th
:' st. cor. \ King.". BARTLETT SPRINGS CO. V
LADY : with business ability can earn from $200
. \u25a0\u25a0;. to $300 monthly.. Call room : 17, U." S." National
.Bank building,- cor. Flllmore and Bush sts;.:
LADY, canvassers wanted; good seller: salary
?' and commission. • Apply D. C. . LONGWILL &
7 C0.,; 6 East St., ,11. to 1 o'clock p. m.
BOOK KEEPER and *. typewriter wanted. -• See
7 MR.. GRAY at 1 Columbia Phonograph Co., 951
Van Ness ay.: corner, O'Farrell. st.-. -\u25a0' ;.
YOUNG ? lady . for simple; clerical "work; good at
-figures; : , state .experience \u25a0 ami references; sal-
; ary. $40. ; Box 1589. Call office." ,' \u25a0 ' . ,
WANTED — Makers for wholesale millinery. Ap-
: ply Immediately to HOLM &. NATHAN, south-
east, corner Bush and Polk sts. -.-...\u25a0 , . .
GIRLS - for housework csll -at the Mission Em-
ployment ' Agency. '8522 720 th at.-, above
-.':Mliislon., '. .'-: .- \u25a0 ;: : .- . <' .'-' - - - . .- 7 '- \u25a0 ; '
WANTED— Teacher for district school. Address
.-. BOYNTON. First National Bank building.
\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0< Berkeley; . '•; v> ~ - -.",-- .;' ;
LADIES looklne for belp call at the; Mission
' \u25a0 employment • agency, : \u25a0 3522 " 20th St., above
' Mission. -:-r-.'.: -r-.'. : . : :.--7-":-- \u0084-\u25a0-'-•, - 7" 7
EVERYBODY— Profitable vacation; pick hops.
Horst. 2339 Mission, 1228 FlUmore; open daUy.
SEND 10c ;: for beautiful I hand painted cushion
:.5 top - cover. ; 2026 Flllmore - st.. , San j Francisco. .
.WANTED— Skirt ' hand, . also Improver \u25a0, for dress
making. J 2038 Scott ; st. near ; Sacramento. .:
MADERIA. Millinery School ;. private • classes.
; 1869 Buchanan, apt. 7; : hats trimmed. . : „
LADY, for vaudeville act; must have good voice.
:>80x ; 1476, Call -office, Fillmore st. ;> :
WANTED— LadIe* *to have CORSETS . mad* to
; . order; : $2.50 up; -\u25a0 509 Laguna ; st. ; - . -;
THIS ad and 50c will give you - cabinet photos.
DONNEL. 2262.MUsion st.%^ :.
WANTED— German midwife; ; references. Eox
15SS. Call, of flee. -7 \u25a0 -.. ,
WANTEDV-Laundress -I for Mondays.; Apply at
--,; 1090' Page , : rt.v-- -7 ••*•\u25a0:-.:\u25a0.'•; v-- "\u25a0
WANTED— GIrI» to told circulars. 221 FeU rt. ;
•> rear entrance. 7 ' 7'v:-- "" '. ;- ' .-.V
1 ; J ' BARBERS AND SUPPLIES -
BARKER - chairs $5 monthly. 7
:. Barker vibrator* $5 monthly.'*
; •\u25a0•••\u25a0 Barker-: portable 'vibrators... $4 monthly.
Old chairs of . all . makes : cheap.' . - .
68 2d hand Koken hydraulic chair* cheap.
\u25a0 . JAMES BARKER,
\u25a0^ MB. DRAKE.* Mgr.,
1618-1620 Franklin st. near Pine.
2 • CHAIR \u25a0 barber shop i for ' sale; . 6 \u25a0; nice ' living
\u25a0 rooms \u25a0 hi : rear; .: with •a ' little house ; furniture :
; cheap; at once. ,2982 25th st, near Bryant. -.
FOR i rent— l \u25a0* chair : . barber .. shop ' and : 4 \u25a0 living
: : rooms ; : rent - $17.50 . per month. ' 224 - Ohio : st., I
;*; * Richmond... Cal., u': ;,-':'\u25a0'"\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0
BARBER v-S Wednesday,";- Saturday; , Sunday ; \u25a0• -\u25a0' 1
steady; union wages. 184 Church at. cor. 14th
,<tLn&\ Market. ; '; ,- l -:2'.:; !\u25a0''\u25a0' y' . \u25a0 '\u25a0..'-\u25a0 ' \u25a0'.? : -\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0
FOR -' sale—First "• class "\u25a0 7 > chair . shop ; .: centrally
located. >. Address R. IH. McGOWAN, . 802
7-'Fnlton'»t..-; , •.••>'-'\u25a0•-\u25a0 ->'7 :.;\u25a0;. \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0-.: "-' -''t '--'\u25a0 '.:",
GOOD barber Wednesday evening," Saturday
• afternoon \u25a0 and ' Sunday, $9. "] N. YOUNG. . 3216 ]
• \u25a0"; Folsom st... '.-.. .--.- .•'.•\u25a0.">.--•;.\u25a0\u25a0':.;- -. -\u25a0 \u25a0 /-y- i*y
BARBER i wanted to '\u25a0 run -a : small : shop iat * 246
;*. Ocean a y. ; rent $4 per week, Including board
77 and- lodging.' . » -'\u25a0' . .-fev;^-:' \u25a0'.\u25a0*:• j~. - : -vs''"- .*: '\u25a0
TWO 'manicurists and hair dressers. Hotel Ma-
\u25a0 7 JeBtlc,j barber '\u25a0 shop, VNW-- corner {Sutter ; and'
..^Goughlßts. I '.'*,'^.; \u25a0:,• \u25a0-,-\u25a0'}'•' l \u25a0\u25a0': 77 :\u25a0 . .\u25a0-.-*.';' .'.. ;- -.
WANTED-^-Barber ; for 'Wednesday : evening," Sat-"
c 'urday and Sunday.^: 1204 '.Valencia- St."; cor. '23d.',
4 . CHAIR ; barber ' shop" for ;\u25a0 sale ; '\u25a0 good : business, 1
Si: cheap ; rent; ; 1108 .Valencia . st." ? 80x ; 3502," Call. 1
BARBER l Wed.N eve.'i^ BetS) noon I till Sunr». noon ;
• ; $9 and commission. -': 400 Church st. cor. . 16th.
.WANTED— Steady j barber. ;' 3151 'Flllmore; at. :•
SHEERIN'S < union ' laundry; . barber ', shops, bath
% houses. ; 760 ; McAHlrter. it.- -.Tel. ; Park 316. • ;
WANTED-i-Tolbuy^ chair ibarber shop with llv-
Wh Ing t roomg/;fc Address « box ; 158 in Call ; office. ?2?i-
WANTED — First * class t barber; i best . of wages,
;« steady I Job. jh 1872 \u25a0; Union ! St. •; near.; Laguna.-. •:.; t'_{
WANTED-^-Good I barber 1 for; Saturdays ' and ' Sun-
gy day*; > $7.50.* ii 1154 1 Folsom \u25a0 at. i cor. \u25a0\u25a0 Bth. - . \ .".
BARBERI shop Ito \ let/: Eureka I apt. house, 17th'
£? and i Market s «t».l> Beet ; location in \u25a0 city." ;;".
BARBER , wanted. Wednesday. Satnrday. and
f J Sunday. *j PERRY'S. 'BO2 -Valencia ist'*;;,:'...!;-/
WANTEb-^Barber^at 16ti> >st. , :
' BArSßKßETcitb': 3.^niunths'S experience 'tni flnisb
';.: UaUe. 7293s ; Mission ;stn near, 26th., 1
C BARBERS AND STJPPLIES---Coa. _
BARBERS-^-Now I Is "-. the time^ you * need to IN-
CREASE "your BUSINESS.' The AMERICAN
.VIBRATOR will- help, you PLEASE yonr
CUSTOMERS as well as to INCREASE your
• RECEIPTS. This vibrator enjoys an INTER-
NATIONAL reputation for the -••-' HIGHEST
, EFFICIENCY and most SUBSTANTI.VL CON-
STRUCTION vof any - PORTABLE VIBRATOR
•on 1 the \u25a0 market ; today : at ' any . price." Call at
\u25a0> our - store and iwe will be - glad to DEMON-
STRATE the workings of this WONDERFUL
,: MACHINE.' Sold at one price the world
• over, r ' $35 * each, complete \u25a0 with applicators.
;\u25a0 Jnst arrived — A large shipment of , BAR-
BERS' CARBORUNDUM HONES, the kind
• that: always jtive SATISFACTION. Price $1.
DECKELMAN 8R05.. /Inc.. --.
BARBER SUPPLIES,
Phone Franklin 2870. - : 162-164 Turk st.
EXPERT GRINDING OUR SPECIALTY. -
WANTED— First class barber; $18 and guaran-
tee and over.' 330 Sanchei it.
BEST, paying barber shop In city; must be sold
;' this week.' 2d and Folsom. sts. ' :
WANTED— Bootblack; 'white preferred. CaU at
1050 Eddy. st..: Olympla club. '.
I FOR sale— 4 chair barber shop; good location.
Addreas box 2SBI. Call office. .
BARBER ;: wanted,-^ to go to • work Wednesday
\u25a0 • morning.'-. . 2423 Sutter : «t. . '' '!>/
FOR sale— 3 chair barber shop. Information at
1457 Octavia st. near Post. \u25a0 :
STEADY barber, short hours; also one Saturday
and. Sunday. - 3233 22d st. " ' :. '
STEADY* barber wanted. $18 -guaranteed and
- percentage. 3901 24th st. • - " . .•.
GOOD barber .wanted; $18 per week. Apply 450
B St.. San Rafael. CaL"
BARBER— FIood 1 ' building barber shop; short
hours ; no Sunday work. '
WANTED— Barber: steady Job; $16. half^over
J23. 62t Stanyan st
FORsale— 2 chair shop; cheap. 94 N. Ist St..
- San Jose, \u25a0 Cal. . ' . .--\u25a0 \u25a0 - .
FOR sale — Barber shop, half." part or whole.
:\u25a0• 1500 Dupont st.
FIRST CLASS barber steady, $18 and com. 506
!. Valencia. St., . ...
BARBER shop for sale; $125. Ist and Branaan
I-\u25a0 streets. \u25a0- --\u25a0\u25a0 . .
2 GOOD barbers wanted. 1041 Market at.; good
\u25a0 salary. : . •
_ HELP WANTED— MaIe
AT COSTIGAN & CO.'S Employment Agency,
4 -and "6 Fell St.: opposite 10th.
r Phone Market 2099.
$1 FEE— ALL JOBS— SI FEB.
WANTED— TODAY^
FREE FARE.
Extra gang foreman, south. $3.23 day.
Section foreman, south, free fare. $90.
\u25a0 Wages Raised. From $3 to $3.50 Day.
Section and extra. gang foremen, north, east.
. south,' wages $3 to $3.50 day.
• ..FREE FARE— SOUTH.
• 45 section hands," Salinas district; good wages.
45 section hands,' San Luis Obispo; go today.
45 section hands, Santa Barbara district.
FREE FARE— NORTH— SHIP DAILY.
SHIP DAILY— SI FEE.
ft GRASS LAKE— OREGON— GRASS LAKE.
60 trackmen, splkers. strappers, $2.65 day.
FREE FARE.
LEMOORE AND ROSSI— BELOW FRESNO.
60 trackmen, spikers. strappers. $2.65 day.
- - FREE FARE.
SANTA CRUZ— S. P. CO.— SANTA CRUZ.
50 trackmen, splkers. strappers. $2.65 day.
--\u25a0\u25a0::- FREE FARE. .-,-..
MAYFIELD. MOUNTAIN VIEW, SAN JOSE.
Teamster*. $2.50; laborers, $2.50.
LOOK— FREE FARE— LOOK.
Cars to sleep in; store furnished. N
. 13 Greeks or Hindoos, bd. self, $1.75 day.
1101 10 Greek* or. Italians ' together, section. $1.75.
Italians. Austrian?, Greeks. \u25a0 Spaniards; call.
FACTORY WORK— STEADY WORK.
. 60 , laborers. Inside and outside work; 1 large
factory, close to city; board and room hotel;
no blankets required; $67.50- to $75.
BOARD YOURSELF— CLOSE ' .
23 Greek or Hindoo laborer*. $60.
• FREE FARE— NORTH -
' 100 laborers together, \u25a0 board . themselves, $60.
100 Italians, Truckee district." extra gang, $60.
FREE FARE— SACRAMENTO.
. 400 Italians for extra ganc: go today; $60 mo.
FREE FARE— ROSEVILLE.
40 Italians or Austrian*: extra gang; $60 mo.
FREE FARE— SAWMILLS— ANY PLACE.
Ship to all sawmills— Free fare — Boat dally.
GO TODAY— NORTH.
.3 rock foremen; open cut. tunnels, etc., $3.50.
.' 2 1 general < blacksmiths.- $75 found.
2 tool sharpeners. $65 to $75 found.
IFREE FARE— SANTA CRUZ. v .
10 carpenters.. $3.50; 10 helpers. $2.23.
FREE FARE— SAN LUIS OBISPO.
10 carpenters. $3.50; 10 helpers. $2.25.
2 assistant foremen. Rosevtlle. $3.50 day.
Blacksmith, sawmill, north. $75 found.
Engineer _\u25a0 run • plledriver. .
1 Donkey engineer, free ' fare," south. $3.50 day.
.^l5; section hands, .'free fare. Guadalupe. S. P. Co
• 10 section -bands, free: fare. - SasamaJla, . S, V.
LOOK— HINDOOS— LOOK. -
. 60 Hindoos, north, pick fruit and prunes. Call.
25 laborers, city, board self,' 9 hrs., $2.25 day.
lOJaborers for factory, fare 90c; $2.50 day.
Blacksmith, country shop. $3.50 > day.
FREE FARE— MENDOCINO COUNTY.
20 sawmill laborers. $40 and ' found.
20 extra gang laborers. Mendoclno co.. $40 f d.
FREE FARE— SOUTH.
.6 carpenter helpers, $2.50 per day.
HALF FARE $4— HALF FARE $4.
SPRING GARDEN— CLOSE TO RENO.
Western Pacific . R. R. Work — Ship Today.
25 machine miners, $4 day.
25 machine helpers, $3.50 day.
50 muckers, $3 day.
Baker, $75 and found: baker's helper. $50 and
found;, fare paid to springs; see boss In city.
WANTED— Good. ; steady and reliable day cook:
good wages: In a coffee and lunch house. Call
7at 223 Montgomery ay.
WANTED— Boy to . act a* messenger. Apply .to
. Call business office. '
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing-, brick-
. laying." plastering i and electrical trades: posi-
tions secured: free catalogue; day and nljht
classes; visitors welcome. Coyne Trade Schools.
/ Bth and Tehama sts.; S. F.. and New York. \u25a0
I MADE $50,000 In five years in the mail order
"business; began with $5; any one can do the
. work home in spare time; send for free book-
let; tells how-to get " started. ' Manager, box
810. Lockport. N.Y. '
COMPETENT book *- keeper and cashier for a
-*-; general merchandise, hay and grain 'business
. located .50 - miles * from San Francisco; refer-
ences and ' bond : required. Address box 4036,
,81S I Van-Nes*Vv. :'.'""" ''•'\u25a0.
PARTNER— S2SO ', for old established and well
'paying business, clearing $250 month: no expe-
rience required, but party must be sober and
' reliable. Full particulars with BROOKBANK.
1425 Stelner st. /_\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0 . '
WANTED — Young ; man,' 16 •to 18 years of age,
. for stock clerk ; good opportunity to the right
~ party, r. Apply 7 superintendent** " office. 8:30
a. m.. HALE BROS.. Inc.. 6th and Market sta.
YOUNG man willing to work and learn fire lnsur-
\u25a0 ance with leading American company: perma-
1 nent ' position. . Apply, with own handwriting.'
"7:30 a. m.. Thursday. 518 California st-
FIRST CLASS printer to take charge of largest
shop in orient; should be familiar with book-
- binding." lithographing; • single man preferred.
7- PACIFIC STATES TYPE FOUNDRY.
WANTED— GirIs and bora to sell Gem blntlag;
excellent quality; easy to sell; handsome, pre-
. mlums. ''Address : Gem Mfg. and Supply Co..
box 82. La Jolla; CaL , . - \u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0
WANTED— Man to drive wasron and make him-
self generally, useful in plumbing business;. ad-
. 1 dress own band writing; state wages expected.
. 80x, 2877. Call office. -.-.>\u25a0=\u25a0 S"--*-'-;
WANTED— Sober.-, industrious man. , who tbor-
oughly . understands care of horses.'- washing
.7 buggie* . and \u25a0 harness. . - Apply \u25a0 Preclta \u25a0 ay." and
\u25a0 r Alabama st. " •..\u25a0\u25a0-•. .: ' '
WANTED— Young men,"; 15 . to IS years old. to
*^' learn the hardware business. ; Apply DUNHAM,
.'CARRIGANIA HAYDEN CO.. 150 Kansas st.
WANTED-^-Packer. for • crockery and household
•-,-; dept. '., Apply .» Supt's. r office bet." • 8 :30 - and 10
;'\u25a0 a. : m., HALE ; BROS.', inc.. * 6th , and Market.
WANTED — Experienced *• drapery , and -~ curtain
salesman. Apply Sept's.' office bet. 8:30 and 10
:• a. m.. \u25a0, HALE BROS.'. Inc.. - 6th and Market.
THE \u25a0 San I Francisco . ba rber • college will reopen
' " soon ; : applications : received i now ; barber trad*
V taught, free./i Temp.. address.' 156 Shotwell'nt."
INVENTORS— Sonn tag's \u25a0 Patent Agency, solicit-;
\u25a0•\u25a0on of patents, , attorneys . In Washington, etc.
: ' 1122 Market opposite 7th. Phone Market 2992. '
ANY : Intelligent \u25a0 person i may ; earn .: good In Am •
'•\u25a0 v correspond. ' for newspaper*; exp." unnec. Sen-1
, ;'\u25a0\u25a0 for j partie. i 1i 1 - Press \u25a0 Syndicate. - Lockport. N. \u25a0 Y.
MAN^ to '.clean ] bath - tubs . and fire . furnace : • $14
• week.'V room : • painter * who \u25a0is. a - good* letterer."*
...WHITE PALACE HOTEL.'; 11th and Market. ..
MEN, and women to learn the barber tradf; yoa
'•; earn s from ' s7; to $9 i per, week ! while ? learning;
.; catalogue free. •• Moler's College, ' 8 Fell »t.\ 1
: WANTED^-Experienced « box - makers .for » piece
-. J work ; i long ' Job.T - Apply j BARTLETT SPRINGS
U'CO.,\7ol'i4th'st.> between 8 and 10'a.^m. , --;-.;
WANTED— -Experienced . fnrnlahing ' good 3 • sales-
t~ man:? state experience references and salary
i." expected. -. Address \u25a0 box .1592, % CaU ' office.
WANTED— 3OO men to occupy ' single rooms <in
„ vThe ' Glendale. - 1015 \u25a0 Folsom St. . near 6th; 20e
.and 85c per night; $1.50 and $2 a week."--. ,*v. ;
WANTED-^-Bar ' keeper. Apply \u25a0> 800 : Kentucky
'\u25a0\u25a0 st.;; corner \u25a0 16th. y %rr "-?'- . , \u25a0 ." .-- ' . " - . .
WANTED— A first class groceryman: one willing
'-. itOj deliver. \s B76^.Valencia st. . .
\VANTKI>^-Flr»t ' cl*s« .- cabinet makar.i ,1632
California - •'•''-^\u25a0\u25a0(\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0j
/ help vAs^a>r«« to -fi M '
v- -» MTJBBAT * K^PJ- Xna & \
• lading Employment J^, f £* taS ~ I
White Palace Hotel bofldmc-
11th and Market sta. -^ " San_.? rr * Be r cc * >
. Phones Market 688 and «W. .
BRANCHES AT «:«._-
6th and Franklin* sta,. , - outimva.
Fhon. 7361 ' Oaklan- .„_,.«, "v
127-129 So. Los Angelea at.^ _ Lo« Angetes.^ J_
TIMES ABE O NOT O HARD WITH ;Wt r .' *
WE HAVE ORDKR3 FOB
9,4«7 men for ' all kinds of work in «««""* T
parts, ot California. Nevada, 1 Arto0 "**. r iL*Z
Mexico. Oregon and Waahington: wage* »J*.^"
the best paid for the - class of work neeaeo.
CERTAINLY . .
WE HAVE WORK ON - •
,THE GREAT WESTERN PACIFIC.
. FREE FARE— FREE FAKE.
700 laborers, *. drillers.' teamstera. Wacksmltha.
foreman, etc.- wages $67.50 ta $130.
*^ -..- FREE FARE. „ _
COMPANY -WORK ON THE S. P. \u25a0 «.'.«.-
- THE BEAUTIFUIi \u25a0 -
.-' . w SANTA CZ^ABA VAIXET. * _,
MAYFIELD SOUTH — MOUNTAIN VIEW..
SCO teamsters, laborers. - trackmen, grader*,
etc," $67.50 to. $75w - . » -
FKEE FARE FOR ALL.
NEKT — '—•-
WHERE IS GRASS LAKE?
WHERE IS IT?
ON THE OREGON LINE. ' „._.
OREGON. OREGON.
WE Will SHIP- YOU DAILY.
FREE FARE— FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
SHASTA AND SISKIYOU COUNTIEa
2.400 laborers, drillers, teamsters, carpenters,
blacksmiths* tunnelme n. etc.. with wagea from
$67.50 to SI2O and $63 to Sl.'A and found. '
FREE FARE AGAIN AND "
BOARD YOURSELVES.
1.100 Italians. Greeks, ' Spaniards, Mexican*.
Austrian*. , Slavonians, Hindoos, etc. for rail-
road work. $67.50 and $75. Free fare and
board yourselves. . •
* SECTION WORK.
Sew orders come in dally from all parts of th«
coast for section work.- for laborers, trackmen.
. painters, cmrpenters. etc.
•WE WILL PUT YOU TO WORK.
MURRAY * READY.
11th and Market sts. - ' .San Franciscn.
6th and Franklin sts. Oakland.
COME HOME— COME HOME
TO SLEEP.
«00 SINGLE ROOMS. 600 SINGLE ROOMS.
23 CENTS PER NIGHT. $1.25 PEB WEEK-
INCLCDING BATH.
Coffee served free to each roomer between S \u25a0
. \u25a0 _ a. m. and 8 a.' m.
FACING AND ADJOINING OCEAN 6HORE
• R. R. TEKMINAL.
OUK OCEAN SHORE LODGING HOUSE. .
11TH. MARKET AND MISSION STS.
DO YOU WANT WORK
THE y thb T HE
WOODS? SAWMILLS? TARDS?
LUMBER COMPANIES
MENDOCINO- COUNTY.
«-••> , rRE B FARE: AGAIN.
143 laborers, teamsters, fellers, crosscut «w- .
yers. swampers, etc.. $40 tt> JBO and fd. •
FARE REFUNDED. .
. 30 teamstera for woods. $33 and t d.
• <» laborer* for woods and yards, $50 and fd.
FRESNO DISTRICT.
FBESNO^ FRESNO.
« A mci i ! or "** woods fa the Fr«ano district,
$30 and found.
EDGERMEN— 3 edgennea for Hnmboldt Co.;
free fare; see boss here; big wages.
A GOOD ONE . -
FOR LUMBER PILER3.
A SNAP.
58 men to pile lumber in Tnolumne county :
30c per thousand feet and 23c per hour for
overtime. , ?-«s«4i^v(
We hay» other jobs In Sonoma. Santa Crus.
Monterey. Shasta. Slsktyoo. Calaveras and
Marln countle*. Aak u« to tell yon.
SOME
LATE ORDERS.
LOOK— MECHANICS— LOOK.
FOR A BIG MINING CO.
4 machinists. $3.83; 3 boiler maker*. $3.83;
5 blacksmiths. $3.85; . all same place
4 blacksmiths, city machine work. *4 dar
MINERS- MINERS. MINERS.
8 machine men. fare $1. $3.50 day, for a bij
power company not far away.
. 10 miners. 8 hours. $3 day. fare refunded.
6 hand miners, south. $3 day.
OIL, COMPANY WORK,
23 laborers for a big oil company/soutli. $2.50
to $3 day. •-*
Ground foreman for quarry; faro paid. $3 day:
glaxier. city. $3.50 to $4; baker, south, fare
refundPd. $18 wk. and room; butcher, some
slaughtering, close by $30 and fd.; teamster
for city. P hours. $40 and found; cook for 13
men. fare s*)c. $40 and fd.
10 carpenters for city, $3.50 day: laundrymaa.
Institution, fare 50i\ $43 and fd.: machinist
for camp. f.1.5i». i« boss here; horse sboer.
see boss here, $:?.r>o.
DECK HANDS.
7 deck hands for dredger, close by. $45 ami
found; 3 sailors for a barge, $50 and found.
PAINTERS.
« painters for city, new work. S hour*. $."1.50.
Wood turner for planing mill, free fare. $3.:50.
Fireman ami engineer, factory, clone by $.h«>
,Camp blacksmith, no sho^hwr. $3.30; horse
shoer, camp, close . by. $3.50; blacksmith's
helper, camp, no shoeing. $2.30 day
. NEW ORDERS ALWAYS COMING. ;
CAN YOU DRIVE?
FREE FAKE FOB TODAY.
40 teamsters for work on the Western Pacific
railroad, free fare. $75. i
36 teamstera for Santa Clara county. MaySeld
and Mountain View. $T5 and free fare.
50 teamsters for wagon and scraper work la
Contra Costa county; *cc boss here; fare paid;
$75. ;
1S» other Jobs for delivery wagons trucks.
Icmber wagons, ranch teamsters, etc.. with
wages from $6O to $105 a month. $30 to $75
and found.
GOOD THINGS FOR LABORERS.
. 20 laborers rtzht here In the city fo* breaking
up log raft. $3.50 day.
15 laborers for big oil company, fare 75e. $73
25 Italian laborers for- work. San Mateo co..
steady. $2.50: day. .<•»
10 laborers for a large company's store yard,
. city," steady work. $2.50 day. .
,740 other Jobs, in factories, warehouse*, iron
, works, quarries, new building* etc.. wa^es
from $67.50 to $75 a month. $40 to $60 and fd
ALL ABOVE AT
MURRAY & READY'S.
11th and Market sts.. San Francisco.'
6th and Franklin sts. Oakland.
LOOK— TELL EVERYBODY.
300 FIRST CLASS BOOMS.
WHITE PALACE HOTEL.
NEVER CLOSES.
- 50c. 75c and $1 day. including baths.
250 ROOMS FOR MECHANICS. ETC.. $3.50
', ' -'.PER WEEK." INCLUDING BATHS. ,
WHITE PALACE HOTEL,
11TH AND MARKET STS.
HOTEL. ETC., DEPT.
COOKS, WAITERS. BUTCHERS..
32 cooks, jobs, botela. ranches, campi.
restaurants, private places. $35, $50, $63 to
$100 . month.
•42 waiters, city and cotmtry hotels, restau-
rants, etc.
Z waiters, same place, Monterey . co.. $40 - f d.
$5 •\u25a0 dish washers, vegetablemen. porters, kitch-
en bands, city and country hotels and restan-
rants. $20 to $73 and found.
\u25a0 Kitchen crew, country hotel. $230 and found.
;\u25a0. . ,% BUTCHERS.
Butcher. *shop and slaughter, fare 15c. $30
and - found: 2 butchers, country Jobs, wagon
work, $40 and found; 3 sausage makers. .
LAUNDRYMEN.
2S ironers. ststvners, washers, polish en, etc.
country laundry: top 'wages. \ \u25a0;"\u25a0-'.'
MARRIED 'HELP.
, Walter and waitress, country, $60 and found;
cook and wife, country hotel. $90 and fount].
THOUSANDS
Of other Jobs too numerous to advertise. Call.
"read our dally bulletin board. Get our dally
free Uat.
MURRAY * READY. v
. 11th and Market sts., San Francisco.
6th and Frsnillu sts.. Oakland.
WANTED — Thorough clothing salesman; refer- •
ence* required; good wages. Apply or address -
M. S. AHNDT A CO.. Stockton. Cal.
WANTED— Experienced parcel wrapper. -Apply
Supt's. office. bet. 8:30 and 10 a. m.. nltn-
BROS.', >lnc. 6th and Market sta.
WANTED — 3 stock clerks and 4 counter boy «.
Call at division store." S. P. Co.. Mission bay
. i shops, 14th and Kentucky sts.. city. .
WANTED^ — Experienced pantryman and 2 white
dish washers: apply 701 4th st. cor. ' King.
\u0084;. BARTLETT SPRINGS CO.
WANTED — First class shoe repairer; mast be
sober and honest ; good wages. Apply C. LA
.TORRES. Sonoma. Cal.
WANTED— First class polisher on gold and sil-
ver. BALDWIN JEWELRY CO.. Van. >'e»a
. av.~ and Sutter : st.
OFFICE \u25a0 boy ; wanted; - good position to right: '
party; call at once. Vermont Marble Co.. 244 *
Brannan stCHBBHMSUUSUBHMMfcfIMI
1,000 MEN to use Dr. Peters' Vltallier (Xnrlko)
FORMS, ALPEN. KRAUTEB. 16tH and Do-*
, lore* sts. -
WANTED— 9OO men to fill bed* at 15c per night
at the Phoenix, 823 Howard st. between 4th
,and sth. , . - . .;., -
WANTED— Experienced chopper. Apply »t
*\u25a0:\u25a0 once.v S. , N. WOOD 3k -CO.. flllmore and
EIHj sts. \ .
-WANTED— Ladies and gentlemen to rent room*
at 3377 26th st. near Mission; $1.75-43.50 wk.
EVERYBODY— Profitable vacation; pick boos.
Horst. 2339 MUalon. 1228 FUlmore; open dally]
ALL' $3.50 shoes for men and women now f 1 as
MORRIS. 2026 Flllmore st. near California!
WANTED— Roomers; first das* house: 25c nlzh*
$1.50 week. Mechanic*', hotel. »K> Howards^
LOUIS, the hat maker, clean* and block* and
r make* hats to order. .1024 Flllmore. SB. cor.
- at HERMAN S. 100 \u25a0 Vallejo «t. near FrontT
WANTED— Porter for saloon; good Job for right
.man. Call between 8 and flO. 257 3d *t..
GOOD butcher to take 'charge of route and \u25a0
...'\u25a0 work -In shop ; . references. -: 37T 16th st. '.
2 DISH: WASHERS wanted. 355 »t» *C

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