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PRICES WILL NOT BE
RAISED ON STOCKMEN
Grazing Rates in National
Forests to Remain as
at Present
WELCOME GOOD NEWS
Western Rangers Are Mis
informed as to Pro
posed Policy
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
WASHINGTON. July 23.-^1 1 has been
announced by the forest service that
no general increase will be made in
the fees charged for grazing live stock
upon the national- forests during the
present administration.
Humors that a general advance was
contemplated, had caused come uneasi
ness among western stoclcnien using
the national forest 'ranges. The pres
ent fee is recognized as moderate. In
point of fact it is much lower than that
v.-hich private. owners of grazing lands
similar to those in some of the forests
are charging. >
The government does not believe fin
charging stockmen what might Le
called the full market value of the
grazing privilege — that is, letting the
use of the range to the highest bid
der, and trying to make as much as
possible out of. the land. While there
is no reason, why those who profit.in
dividually by making use of the- na
tional forests should not help meetth^
expenses of their protection, the forests
are run not as revenue producers, but
as sources of public benefit through
rightly regulated use-
Much misdirected criticism has aris
en from th« failure of many people :to
understand this. Some western papers
have reprinted from the Congressional
Record the estimate of the forester of
the capitalized value of the national
forests, totaling some $1,400,000,000, and
have assumed that each of the general
items meant that the government pro
posed to turn these resources to ac
count by a system of charges. It can
be stated authoritatively that such a
move was not contemplated.
In their capacity to supply water for
irrigation, the forests are Immensely
valuable, 1 and the capitalized value of
this use should be considered by the
government as trustee for the public in
estimating how much It is worth while
to spend in order to protect the water
conserving capacity of the forests.
But no returns from the users of water
for. irrigation were contemplated, nor
could any change be made under exist
ing laws.
Grazing stands halfway, between ir
rigation and lumbering in the matter
of the propriety of the charge. When
timber from the national forests is
sold It is sold at the market price.
Timber, as Mr. Pinchot said at the
Denver convention, is a "transportable
commodity;" forage on the range is
not. To put up at auction the privi
lege of grazing would open those who
have settled in a region and those who
have*a permanent interest In a partic
ular range to what would often be a
ruinous competition. Stability of th<s
industry and the protection of the small
settler who helps develop the country
along permanent lines is of tho" first
importance. To secure. these ends tho'l
grazing fee is low, and the choice of i
those allowed to use the range is made
rflong lines which recognize residents
and past users as having the lirst
right.
Though no general advance in fee 3'f ee3 '
will be made, some adjustment in the'
interest of fairness will result *in cer- !
tain local changes. On some of the
new national forests a lower rate than
ordinary was fixed for the present sea
son on account of. the crowded condi
tion and consequent inferiority of the
range. A slight increase in fee charges
will be made in such cases as the
ranges improve in condition and better
service is given. .
This will be simply to equalize
charges on the basis of the present
rate a.nd along the lines of fairness.
Xo increase will be made above the
standard prices Hxed this year for the
'liflferent state 3.
The announcement by the forest serv
ice that stockmen need not fear that
the rate charged will be increased to
an amount which they could not afford
to pay will be welcomed throughout
the western states.
STRIKE 'BREAKER FIXED 510
John F. Duffy, a strike breaker, was
convicted by Police Judge Cabaniss yes
terday of carrying a concealed weapon
and was fined $10. Duffy was arrested
at Haight street and Central avenue by
Policeman T. F. Connelly on J£ly 15.
Duffy expressed his regrets to the
co -arc
REAL ESTATE TRAXS ACTIONS
F.U«> Burns to John F. Seymour, lot in s line
St T «* nt y-*iSl»tt« etreet, 254:4 E of Dolores, E
— j.o by b 114; $10.
Edward Cußhern and wife to Peter Michel et
•L, lot in E line cf Fortj- -sixth avenue. 173 S
of I street. S 25 by E 120; '$10. •
James P. Kertran to John F. Kerwan. lot In
£ line of Turnbull street. 380 E of Consdon.
'• --i bj-'N 80; gift. •
Joel P. Whitney and wife to Whitney - estate :
'•ompany, lot in S line of Geary etreet. 127-C E
of Stockton. E 112:6 by 8 137:0; $10. >
Max Salomon and wife to liudley F. Fink and
tril>. lot In S line of Tlnlon street, 107:6 W
cf webstCT, TV SO by S 77:6: $U>. .
DanW R. Buckley to SopMe K. Buckley. , lot .
n y \u25a0 line of Twenty -second street, 50 •w"\u25a0 of
stnehez. W 25 by .X 101:6; $10.
Esuna Thompson et al. to John Txebell. - lot
in W line cf Church stref-t, 130 S of Twenty
ti!rd,;S 26 by W 117:6; $10.
Josephine E. Preston to Charles Bosen«teln.
lot at W corner of L street and Tenth avenue
South. SW 200. NW 150. NE 100. SE 30, NE
! r<o.r <o. SE 120. also lot* 81 and S9, block 20S,
Ontral park: $10.
Freda Heinmtnn et al. to Mary J. Me Walter,
l^t In NE line of Eoanoke street, 50 SE of Laid
lfT. SE 25 by XE 113; $10. -
little F. and Frederick B. ; BntterfielS: to
Ch»rle« G. Stuhr.' lot at SE corner'of Parnassus
rrenne and By field tract. E 175, S 70. 'W IS3
more or less.- N 70. also loU 7to 13, block E,
.Sunset Heights ; $10.
John ' P. Lysett to A. J. Morrison, lot In E
line 'of I*. Boy - place, 10:6 S of Sacramento
street. S 22:4 by E 08:9; -$1,800.
Seashore realty company to Sol Gets & Sons.
Jot In E line . of Twenty-third arenue, 100 S of
OHfornia street. X 25 by B 120; $10.
Emil C. BroseUnd wife to Annie M. Milne,
!ot In S line of Crescent aresne, 25 W of Itoscoe
«»r*et..W 25 by S 75, lots 1.~2 and 3. Holiday
map A; $10. - -
Joseph B. Vizzard and wife to Thomas Callan
nod wife, lots 1 aadf2. block W, Uallroad home-
Ktead association No. 2: $10. . ..-.-.,
John Hannan - end - wife to J.T. Stanley and
<vife, lot In W line of Diamond street. 222-0 S
»f Tweiitleth, S 25 by W 125; $10.
Patrick A. McDonald r and ' wife to < William
ri*her, lot at N corner of Mission and Leo
-twts.NE 27:1% by NW 100: $10.
Christ Stader and. wife to Xeta Johnson" lot In
XW line of Clinton arenue, 175 SW of BerkEbire
Btr**t. SW 25 by NW 100; $10.
William J. Brener to Ansi* B. Wolters, lot in
imp.of Clayton street, \u25a0 255 N- of -, Frederick
X 25 by W125; $10. \
John 3. McCarthy and wife -to DstM . Baker
;«t In SW line of Twentieth arenu<> south. 2^5
SB cf L street. SE 75 by SW 100; $10.
Thomas F. Klernan et al. to Occidental • Hall
•-"•-ociatlon. lot In E Mac of Hanehez . street,- 75
\u25a0s of Foart**ntii. . S 50 toy E 125; $7,175. \u25a0
Joseph -P. • Fanning : and -• triXe . to • Helen A.
Uarry, lot In E\u25a0; line of , Church - etreet, 26 N
\u25a0•f Twenty-seventh.-X.25 by E &5; $JO. : •, •
-Pope estate company to James A. Rutherford,
•>t V. In W Uae of - Shrader r street, 235:8 \u25a0 S; of
Seventeenth." S" 25: V W. 1&1:9 U. N 25, E
\u25a0<«:15b; flO. . . . :
- James A. , Rutherford and wife to \u25a0 Chriotlna
I>rc. lot In-W lfne of Shrader street,'*23s:B;S
•>r S«»vonteentli.' S 25:1, W 1S1 :8$i, X 25. E
i*(*:i%.--~~' \u25a0;,. \u25a0 ' . \u25a0 - \u25a0 \. \u25a0
J. V O. McMnllen and wife . to " H. ' E. ' Chandler
*i nl., lot in X line of l< street, 30" E of Forty
:;st avenue, N- 100 by E- 30; $179.\
Nellie G. Joo«e. to Henry E.' Chandler et al..
t in X line of. L. etreet. s3o ; E;of- Forty-first
• venne. XIOO byE 30; $17». - • . . '.-_:.•>..
Viwent , X. ; Butler ">t : aL"' tt 'Albert Meyer. "- lot
• t XW corner of; Twelfth avenue and I street," X
tuft by.W 240; $10. .; ,
Golden Gate syndicate to Albert Meyer,: lot at
SE corner of Thirteenth -avenue and II street, S
*!:<»V4-by B !>2:2. »more or Iocs; $5. \u25a0 • r-.-"V"-".
:Ki»« H. Dusran to FrixJeriek C. G. Meyer, ; lot
In S line of Fourteenth street, 174 W of Noe, W
26 by S 1 1 3; f 1 0. •".-- ' — \u0084•-.. " . -'.
Jacob "Herman oomiwny to Marcello Camarrl
ft al..:iot 20tf. gift map 1; $10. "'-\u25a0\u25a0•
Hiiro T.'Cybuleki to \u25a0 JatnesMcElwnln. lot In
R line of'Tulrt.r-eiirMh i»v.'nuc, 175 X of A
street/ N 2."i by E 120; $10.' . .-. '
-Hay Shore real estate 'company to Joseph J.
Fceley et a 1., lot 3.V block .43. Refs tract; grant.
\u25a0-Xl- Bulldlnsf Contracts '
Realty Improvement- company with Sunset
pnjrineering and ; electric company— Electric work
for three etory building in N - line of Market
street. 240 W of Montgomery; 1 for $1,113. *
' L.Scatena with G. Gdrobarlni and Charles S.
Anisleiv- Plaster work 'and ; galvanized 'Iron.work
for building at NW corner of Sannome and. Clay
streets. X 91:R by W 73,. f0r $6,677.
Levi Strauss realty 'company 1 with Jones
<*onstrurtion . company — Erection of steel frame
and painting of 'building Xo. -2. near SE-cor
ner of I'ine nnrt Battery streets: f«r $4,003.35:
Same with same — Erection of steel-, frame
and painting of building -X6.- 1. SF. corner of
Piue and Battery streets, for $7,333.50.
1.. I»offler with the Happy Home building
company, to erect a non story ' frame building
on Cfcenery street. 100 Icet from Diamond, for
*1.720. . - - - • ...,.•<\u25a0'..
T. PyJ*. Brown wltlf Ira W. Cobnrn— To erect
a three, story frame building -(six flats> -In W
line of Capp street, ion S of Eighteenth. S 30
by W 122:6, for $10,S0S. . • .. -
K. de Revmler with James F. \u25a0 Heffernan— To
erect a one story frame buildlns ' at 407 Lom
bard street, for- $2.f>30.
Meycrsteln & nothebild with the American
Pacific construction -company — To erect a 'six
story ,hnlldinc in X line of Geary street, 40:G E
of Grant avenue. N 80, E 20x60, W \u25a0 60:6." • S
122:(J. X $40: $10.>.500. :; ".:\u25a0
Thomas Lwndy with Frank J. Mersehen— Paint-'
ex s work for a four story frame building in X
line of Trederick street. "'B2:6 W of Stanyan. W
119:1^. X to S line of Golden Gate parky E to
a t*>int. thence 5ft:5»4 to beginning; $3,967.
Jacob Stern with the Globe construction com-
E*?,^T Erwjtlon ot Bteel f rame and grillage i for
building at XW corner of Sansoin? and Halleck
streets i *iS»«,S4. \u25a0 *_--'"i
Owens tc linger with X. W. Lavanway— To
erect a two story brick building In E line of
EMST^- Vl-MOO 81 "' S ° f JackßOa . . N 45 :10 by
<!£% S na £™ nc b*« K»e ' and electric company
T lth ?\£.\ P" s"—5 "— Painting for. station H, build-
MEETING r-XOTICES* •
SAN" FRANCISCO • CHAPTER No.- 1 \u25a0 •
Koyal Arch Masons, meets" THIS \u25a0 i»k --'
L'VEXING at 1524 Market St. De- \PiS^
grees 3 and C. j%rJ\
: '_• \u25a0\u25a0"H.-G. PRINCE. Sec' /^r >
MOUNT MORI AH lodge No. 44. F. & a~~
A. M. 2106 Geary st. — Special jfOi
meeting THIS : EVENING at- 7:30 VWV
o'clock. Third degree. : - . \y\
\u25a0 . '- - \u2666 THEO FKOLICH. Sec. . '. A
CROCKETT I»dge No. 130. F. & A. fi
.M. Third degree THIS (WEDXES- Jl
DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. "Vt^sT
By order of the.~W.-M. . 7&f\
R. H. M'PHERSON. Sec. '' ,^T
MISSION Ixxige Xo. 169. F. & A. M. ' fi
Special meeting THIS (WEDNES- *\
DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. 2d A^iV
degree. FRANK; W. SMITH. . r /\3r\
. \u25a0'" Secretary.-/.^' '
STARR KING lodge No. 344. F. & A. - " m
M.. 1739 Fillmore st.— Special meet- •
Ing THIS (WEDNESDAY" EVEN- %*JA^
ING. July 24, at 7:30 o'clock, for W/l
third degree. • Master Masons • cor- ' Tr \ -
dially invited. vW. A. KELLEB. W/ M. =
H. F. WRIGHT. Secretory.' -
FA RXS WORTH Ixvige Xo. 83. <a£SS&"?S^
I. <•- O. F.. 11T.4 Market St.
Initiation TIMS (WEDNESDAY)
; EVENING, July 24. Local and
sojourning brothers cordially iu-
"<ited. G. A. BURMAX. Hec. i Sec.
SYRACUSE lodjrfi Xo. SS. K. of P.—"
M<»ets TONIGHT at »41 Fulton st. (&ST
n?ar Fillmore. Visiting knights
welcome. - "*<i~2 :^>
M. A. XATHAX. C. C. • ' *sT':
KEBEL CORK BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION—
HIKE OUT — On Sunday. August 4, 1007. to
N the R. C. B. A. picnic. Sliell - Mount park.
Berkeley.' The Kate and dance prizes .this
rear excel ' in numlicr and value- anything
previously jrlvpn at a picnic. First- gate
prize, tho Ladies' Friend, . a Domestic stw-'
ing msdilne; - value • $73.- \u25a0 <; • •
' - RICHARD F. BUCKLEY. Chairman.
MEMBERS of the. Veteran Volunteer - Fire-
men's association are" hereby., notiaed .to \u25a0.as-
semble st their hall. 1656. E11is street;-. WED-
NKSDAY. July 24. at 8. a. m.. to attend 'the
funerxl of our late brother, member.. IA-'NRY
RY'DER. • v S. BUNKER, . Pres. .
I' JOHN COLLINS. Sec.
I — : ; 1- ;
CALIFORNIA CHAPTER 'No.' 1 <""".\u25a0 O. E. S
I~>?ular meptinjr THiS- /WEDNESDAY)- EVG-
NING tit R o'clock at ir.o- -.Church street.
Men?l>ers of the order cordially welcome.' By
order of the Worthy Matron. \u25a0\u25a0' - '• .--'.. .J
>:-..-. ANNA C. KORTS., Sec." .
ANNUAL M EETING ;.• . s
The Risdnn Iron and Lo*^»mr>tive Works — The
annual meeting of the stock holders of the Tllb-
dem Iron and Locomotive Works, for the election
of trustees for the ensuing year, and the -trans-
action of such other business as may bebroocht
before the meetlnc. " will- be* held at the -office
of the company. No. 2T>« Steuart st. San Fran-
cisco, on-- MONDAY. .- the sth day of August..
1907. at 11 . o'clock ». tm. - .7.
AUGUSTUS -TAYT.OR.-- Secretary.,
ANNUAL MEETING— The regular annual meet-
Inr of the «tock holders of the MONTEREY.
COUNTY WATER COMPANY will - t be held
«t the offices of the company. \u25a0. No. : 58 Clay ot..
Siin^ Francisco. Cal.. on MONDAY. July 1S».
l!>0<. at 11 o'clock a." m.. for tbe-purpose of
electing a board lof directors to serve -for. the
- rn«rMne year and for the transaction of such
otuer business as may come before* the meet-
ing. Transfer books will be closed on Fridiiv,
July 26, 1007, at 3p. m.* W. H. HANNAM,
Secretary. •_. ; .. \u25a0
MHMEERS \u25a0 of-' Oriental Rebekab lodge No. SM.
I. O. O. F. — In this lodre. norv located "st
New Era hall. 2121 > Market et. above Ch'jrrh,
n?xt -Wednesday evenin?, July 24.- 1007.
there will be a crand bous« Members
snd friends cordially: inTlted "
'FELICIA E. DODD. X. .G.
MARY SHRANK. Secretary. • -
v ONLY LOCAL' MANUFACTURERS. 7~
P. PASQUALE CO.. , X
1100 WEBSTER COR. TURK.
PHONE WEST 493.
ARMY. XAVY. SOCIETY GOODS*
REGALIAS. FLAGS. BANNERS. -
BADGES. CAPS,
UNIFORMS.
HALLS TOLET
LARGE finished hall, northwest comer Hayes and
Lagnna sts.. for fraternal; roclrl or mercantile
\u25a0purposes. Apply corner cigar stand. -
ATTORXEYS .
ADVICE FREE— DIVORCES A SPECIALTY.
Quick, quiet: no charge unless successful
* Collections, wills, deeds, etc: detectives
Open eveninsrs. LEGAL ASSOCIATION.
\u25a01-t63 Webster st. cor.- O'Farrell near Fillmore.
LOEWY & GUTSCH. attorneys: now located at
•>rt end Stevenson sts.. Cal. Demokrat building.
HARRIB k HKSS. attorneys at law. W. T.'-Hesa,
Notary Public. 20r>3 Sntter st. nr. Fillmore. -
ADVICE FREE ON, ALL LEGAL; MATTERS.
Divorce . costs $12 : damages, collections. All
rases no charge without success; open even-
lags. 1720 Fillmore st. bet. Post and Putter
ROOM 4. FIRST FLOOR. -
AA— DIVORCE: costs $12; quick, quiet; advice
•free: no charm nnless successful:. title to real,
estate • restored ; - bankruptcy ; probating of es-
tates: general practice. 1028 Market St.. r. 12.
COMPLETE divorce for $25; no delay; courteous
treatment: square dealing; please see me first.
, Room 3. 2036 Sntter st. near Fillmore. \u25a0
MARTIX STEVENS." attorney at law. 1033 Gold-
en Gate ay.'. ' bet. Lagnna and , Bnchanan . sts. V-
~ - .\u25a0:. \u25a0:- ALF GROVES. / ' ~~ ~ ~
CALL BUILDING.
\u25a0^j^ PUBLIC -STENOGRAPHERS \u25a0
K-\TJTE^^IaM^ERtY-L^caT^^^
dalty.. 318 Monadnock; bldg.; tel. .Temp." 3727. v
PUBLIC Stenographer— Rates : reasonable." •- 1768
' Haight ' «t. ; rpbones Fell ; 13 and* Page 5031. -..•.-."
M^!lt. 1 B; Newman. « pub. ' sten.. \u25a0> Hotel Dale. 1037
Fillmore: man. -and mlm.. work done:- reas. \u25a0:
'\u25a0\ PUBLIC;. \u0084^';v'--,;
ADDIE li. BALLOU.." formerly 707. Van Ness a y
removed to 1122 \u25a0 Market st. •opposite 7tb.v- »-.'\u25a0:
. ... 'r \u25a0' " \u25a0?• r - PExsioNs ",':' .. j -
PENSION Attorney E. ' AK BULLIS. aS4I : Steiner
St.: past 1 commander; Thomas po«t. G.-A. R.
\u25a0;\u25a0 -'.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0•. I'ViPATEXTS-^'^':'.:^';;;'
! Dewey. < Strong \u25a0 &'• Co.— Patents, /caveats, " trade-
marks.ilnfringements;; guide i to Inventors. 100
mecb.moTemta. free." 1106 Mer.-Ex.ibldg.. S.F.
CARLOS P. GRIFFIN, patents, f late; examiner
.'\u25a0\u25a0 U* S.* patent office.: 814 . (CaU ) C. Spreckels bid.
PATENTS guaranteed ;', handsome 68-page ;gnlde-
book free. E." E. Vrooman.*: boi 40. Wash.; D.C. ;
FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, formerly, examiner U. H S"
•: patent office, v; 925-027 : Monadnock , bldg.' - - .' «\u25a0•£
- * :T ~^'-' \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 V- /\u25a0 DEXTISTS / . \u25a0'.'*:'.'\u25a0\u25a0>
\~ >'- ; - : '-' .\u25a0:. drs.: c. w.;decker. k ' - \u25a0 ". '
:T.ittTMORIUS..L. tT.'- CRAKE,
,-;,-;' -SURGEON; DENTISTS, -'-
1316 Sutter. St. above ; Van i Ness. {- : "
'\u25a0•\u25a0.'. Rooms r 1-2-3-4-5-9-10." -. • \u25a0 . : - -,--,;
PA INLHSS , dentistry^-Old \u25a0: esUblished. v honest
v reliable; \u25a0 reasonable f prices; : perfect work ; ; free
. consultation.' VAN - VROOM, « ISOI^ Fillmore ' st."
corner 'O'Farrell. • . '.•\u25a0•\u25a0• -.
-Vli JLlJij^^WAJNtei;^ "^'^ Y;-..-ij'ljV;;:J.yU'/'..
; . -.: 'DENTISTS-^-Contlnned
DR.- IRA 'G. - LEEK— AII 1 kinds* of -dental 'Work.
\u25a0"' sls: Fillmore . st: \u25a0 near ,-Oak. • -\u25a0 ~ f •• \u25a0 -. . : ;
i BA RTLETT.' DR": U.l GRANT.' extracting speclal-
:"V »"t ; ' ga»- given, v, 2103 i Flllmore,".; K W.' cor. ; Cal/
• w NEW YORKt'DENTAL- PARLORS.V \u25a0•\u25a0i?S,
\u25a0\u25a0_ . Dr. . E. \u25a0W. Perkins. » llo2 st. ; cor.-; 22d." i
DR.- W.-A; ; MEYER; * form.'. Callaglian '', building;
* now j 2156 . Market . St.:, near; Churcli \ and 4 14 th.:
DR. j KNOX." dentist.'" 1615 1 Fillmore j st.VJ formerly^
: -. : Grant-, bldg. ; t all ? work • first * class ; * prices } low.';
C. W/ RICHARDS, D..D.S-: 205-6 Central bldg. ; ;
cor. .Sutter: and i Polk.' for. \ Mutual 5 bank j. bldg.
DR. SIMMS. \u25a0' formerly ; Parrott bldg. . ' 855 \ Market
.' St.. now located ; 1 214 \u25a0 Polk ; cor. Sutter, ; r. . 301."
DR.. R. L.- WALSH. :S72f McAllister nr.-: Laguna.
.-.: Platinum fillings.. 50c; J crowns. ; $5 ;: plates. $7.
JSR. n. . CRAIGIE— First class . dentistry; at I rea-
s onable prices, v. 691 ' Folsom st. cor.' 3d. : : .
HILL, DR.: LUDLUM.HI44rS Market* st.. , now .at
: 432 Webster sf Oak ; , gas, given. . .'. \u25a0\u25a0..•..:
DR.' J. : J. - LEEK.v formerly 1 1 12S i Market/ now
S24? Valencia" st.'- between 10th and 2uth.
\u25a0'_\u25a0_'\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0' '-'\u25a0"\u25a0. : "'-': < physiciaS's".'-"..V"V-:*'- v .' : ': :.-i'--
DR.', GBRBER; naturopathic '• physician. 1253 Oc-
tavia — Eye,: nervous,-^ chronic ' ills,, diseases wo-
. men; new. methods: .headache, constipation.^in-
dlgestion. cross eyes.' etc. : Hrs. 1 1-2. West 4527.
DR., WONG HIM.' f -..-.,- .. -:.>: : --
; HERB : DOCTOR.
-•- - • Permanently Located, ' - / ''\u25a0 ,
. - 1268 ' O'Farrell : st. bet. V Gough :; ami Octavia". ,
DR. : FREDERICK ..W.' . D'E VELYN. /permanent
office Central bldg., XE. «or., Polk .and Sutter
sts.; tel. .Franklin 748; hours 1 : to 3: ; . : s ;|
"; '•: -SEE MAIN' CHY.. \u25a0 "•\u25a0*-\u25a0 .
\u25a0 Chinese Tea : and Herb- Sanitarium. ' "
> \u25a0 719 Sacramento st. San* Francisco .:-..-'\u25a0;:\u25a0>"
: >-^- DR.- ,J^ S.;:HANLON;: ""\u25a0: '•
Formerly Scobie Hospital, 'now 629 Van Ness
. ay.; :tel; Franklin; 15:. .-.-.• •\u25a0;• .--*.;; \u25a0 • * -\u25a0>V'.V.'-..-.'-.|
H..A. HESS, M. D. (Pacific .'Hospital surgeon)— l
;\u25a0 to 3," 6 t0.7:3Q. 740 Hayes; .tel.; Market 2428.
DR.'E/ F. WEST, formerly of 511A 1 Leaven worth
st.., ls. now at 1115 McAllister; phone. Park, 722.
DR. ; F; C. -KECK returned and resumed practice,'.
\u25a0 cor." McAllister' and: Steiner sts. Hrs. 2-4. p. : m.-
X-RAY; and > FMnsen Light • laboratory. \u25a0"
\u25a0 \u25a0 :.\u25a0-\u25a0.. : . : 090 Steioer » st. ? corner .. McAllister/
OPPENHEIMER -CURB -.FOR .ALCOHOLISM,
\u25a0>-\u25a0',-,.,' -;•-. -.2O65 ;MARKET,STy \u25a0•.\u25a0•;\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0-•—.
DR.- F. THOMAS (formerly Donahue 'bldg.) 'now
816 Tnrkst. Tel. , FrankllnUs»o. './- ..... . \u25a0
DR. KARIN KLINT, IOOa 15th st. near Church;
2 to <\u25a0 7 to 8/ -.'-\u25a0' \u25a0' . :: ' \u25a0 \u25a0'".- '-:\u25a0--\u25a0
"-.- '• -.' >.;..;.: AUTO MOBILES^ \u25a0.-;-/ ;.'... .\.~-
DON'T YOU WANT 'A -\4 CYLINDER . RUN-
>''..\u25a0': • ABOUT?— HERE'S : ONE. -• r
, " It's a "Ford" - and . has. top. "*3 : Inch tires,
- searchlight on dash, full setoil lamps, presto-
. lyte v tank. Gabriel chime, horn. Improved oiler,
new* French timer; is. the fastest. runabout on
" the coast ".\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0., :-J: -J- *';•'\u25a0; :\u25a0 \u25a0','.. '."\u25a0•: -.- - \u25a0•'\u25a0"-'
You • can't lose at the ' price.'. . .'. . . ; . . . . .;5600
PHEXIX- AUTOMOBILE EXCHAXGE. Oakland.'
WIXTON:4 cyl. :tourlng car: snap.-". :";..:. 5750
Light touring car; fine' shape; -buy. ...... "675
. Pope Toledo 35-40 h. . p. ;:blg bargain.". ..1,050
'06 Reo touring ''car ; \u25a0 looks : new. : . . . .... •- 700
' 4\u25a04 \u25a0 cyl. Ford Runabout ; .fast ; "big buy . . . . • 550
PHEXIX AUTOMOBILE: EXCHANGE. ..._
. 45th st. and^San : Pablo ay.'. . Oakland.-
AUTOMOBILE bargain: ;• 1907 -32- horsepower
. tonrlnK car at half price;; must" sell *0A Frank-
\Jlln,', model. K Winston and 2 . Pope-Toledo tour-
ing.cars: all ; in .A- No. 1 > condition. F. O.
• RENSTROM C 0..; 424 Stanyan st > \u25a0\u0084.-\u25a0
A ;1906 Oldsmoblle.u. with: ,l9o7 radiator. '-fully
equipped top,- etc.;: just painted 'and - in'. guar :
anteed first class condition; open for reason-
able, offer. Pacific Automobile Exchange, •76
' Fulton- st. \u25a0:-. v .-..-. \u25a0.:. .-'\u25a0..•\u25a0•:.-. •:'. -.
AUTOMOBILES -REPAIRED. <
' LILIENTHAL BROS.' GARAGE. ' '
3176 21ST.ST. ... PHONE MARKET 532.
PULLMA X - automobiles .". for '„ Immediate s dellverv
'* on ' exhibition ; 'at !the : salesrooms ".of the F. O.
RENSTROM. C0.. - : 424- Stanyan st.;-,- .
A REO-touriits car" (practically new) : a snap;
$000. " White/ garage, \ Market I and .Van t Ness.
- San., "Francisco. .'\u25a0;-• *,'-•\u25a0• *"' \u25a0. \u25a0; '
NEW. Universal. Carburetors: positive -guarantee
or money ;. back.'- ; L. H. &r& r B. I.; BILL, 132
: Valencia- st. ;•.'.- : : ; -,;\u25a0", " ''.''."'\u25a0 ' ' \u25a0\u25a0'
\u25a0\u25a0'.•• •--: . TIRES' REPAIRED. '' . .
Stevens;&" Elklngton Rubber C0..*. 526 'P01k »t
R. H. MORRIS,- auto: broker.. 181S-2O, Telegraph
ay.. Oakland— Zdrhnndr automobiles; Tstr 1901.
V- - ""' -AU.TOMOBILF/ PAINTING. :•: \u25a0:-.
\u25a0 Also carriage. W. • ll.' BERWICK. 411 Grove.
AUTOMOBILE repairing: storaee'nattery char*:-
- ing. . repairing.-- 1: L.^DE; JOXGH.^ 446 Fulton.'
SAN ; FRANCISCO . iVULCANIZIXG I' CO.-.-i- 425
Valencia -gt.-- ' Auto 'tire ;repalrjng our, specialty.
•'- •'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-"\u25a0 AUTOMOBILB REPAIRING. .-,...;/
7 M.-L. -Wllhertjfc Sons.; ISth > and Mission.';.
FOR sale^nalf Interest In' gsrage arid~ 3 rent
• cars. P.O.box", 127.' San Mateo., Cal.. !;-'
CHEAPEST -and " best; In: America. > The
"Call. *l a' yeiir.--- '•>\u25a0:\u25a0 -J-' -+~.r.:> ;:.-\u25a0 \u25a0 . . --'.'.-.. \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0- :\u25a0>
;-;\u25a0"\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0;.\u25a0"."'.: art Vg ilass : .' v '•' .',•
PLAIN.' leaded and aft FglaSSj N. , HURREI.L.'
'.. 212 (rtWgh: st. between ;,Oak -'and- Fe11...
AA— California -Arf Glass B. &: C. Works, 933
\u25a0Howard st. \u25a0 Phone Temporary : 1817. -
• . ' '\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0: ' : - '« : ADOPTION:. ; , \u25a0_'- r -.-, ''_- \u25a0 ; : .
HEALTHY baby': boy and girl: • full Burr»nd»r.
. DR. FUNKE'S Maternity Villa,. 1416 Bth st;
Alumedn." , -.\u25a0".-\u25a0' :.' /- - . • :, . \u25a0 '..,
* ARCHITECTS /'
N. H IRA NO.' Japanese'; designer sn'd' building
contractor. IS2I Sutter St.: tel. K*e<;t 796g.
ANGLE LAMPS best lamps!for reading. BOESCH
LAMP CO.. Coast Agents. 1135 Mission st. >
ACCOIJ.\TAy TS--Cgrttfled 'Pabllc
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL? Calt building, room SOS;
\u25a0 accounting 'systems: - Investigations: audits.' - :
';. : '--\u25a0 ; : bicycles j- : : "'
AGENTS 'FOR- COLUMBIA- and RAMBLER^bT
cycles. C. 'M. CHRISTOPnER.I 530 Stanyan.
J. W. CORNELL/: sporting \u25a0 goods; : agency Rnell
hicycles.- motor cycles: repairing. 1104 Valencia
V ';CASH^ REGISTERS- '-.; '
CASH • rerf ste'rs.V 521 'sizes, of all prices, . for ; all
kinds 'of business,: on. liberal • terms, v National
\u25a0^C^b^epister Co.. 1 1253- Golden- Gateway. ' '
:;CEMEJiT-:'';
"HEIDELBERG. • and ; other '.high grades In lots
to -suit 'st. WHOLESALE prices. /
A. BRESLAUER. - 214 California ; Temp, i 2S.V).
CONTRACTORS
McCULLOUG H " CONTRACTING : CO.; "i; 2023-2033
Market— Buildings designed and erected : quick-
,. v . 1y. ".-, economically ; no ' "waiting ; for .; mlllwork."
P. de , NOOY* & VAN DAM.: carpenters.: contract-
, , ors; cab." werk. J 1284A : Eddy.; TeI:; WEST, 4O24*
CARPENTER, - cabinet \u25a0\u25a0 work."; store and '\u25a0• office
flttipg. PATERSON.% 165 \u25a0 Franklin : st \u25a0,-•,\u25a0';. . -
AXTIWALL PLASTER CO.; no more cloth; use
\u25a0 Antiplaster ; board.* i>i 1923s Market -st.'' : ' -..
: -f.-- V
O. c.A.vi JOHNSON *•- carpenter, - bulUler.'P cabiuet
maker, jobbing. ' 2027 : 15th st ! bet^ Market and
_Church ;\u25a0 phone i Market SBo9;< ll^to' lio'clock;:
-'- CANDY A \D > : j CAKE i FACTORY
WE 5 sell; •wholesale's and . retail.-^ fine '- tea-cakes,
> Ice cream J cornucopias. - BENKYODA" &ICO ,
1533 Geary st. ; 1 phone. West 1 7537. > *':'-- \u25a0 \u25a0 ; : :
':'.'/\u25a0''••'-" '^?CHiR6PODiSTS
ALL"] foot * ailmenuT? posHlvely'u'cured
\u25a0\u25a0- Dr.- Duncans expert -chiropodist'^- 1550 i Ellis st
MCCARTHY'S \u25a0 Detective Reliable \u25a0 lrifor-
| matlon in civil and criminal, affairs;; legal' and
I commercial , refs. ; 1 communications I confidential.
1228 ! Fillmore i cor.^ Eddy: •; Phone • West : 3078.
'\u25a0• THOS: MCCARTHYS Principal, t-^^^,',:-;?.
?^-lr'\ \u25a0\u25a0'.";* PRBs'BlMAki'jrG'.*:-v- ? J''^>7' Y : y]
SUNBURST,Vap>ordion;J knife •pleating.T buttons,
- buttonholen. lining. I ; notions; \u25a0 mail! orders' solici-
V ted: "STEELE'S. ? 1420 1 Post ; ( pUone » West ' 6428."
McDowell's I Dress | Making | and | Millinery | School*
1215 : Post 3 sf» near *^Van * Ness."**; Branch 3 1018
Washington »t;r Oakland., Patterns cut to order.
AGNES. OSTERGBBN,'i9I7 < Page ;>flr«t class even-
j Ing - and : brides' j dresses ; fall; work jj guaranteed:
FANCY waist | Jumpert; ( miitB, s S street and I even-
*a mc suits ; ' best ; work .*>* 1462 . Hayes ; \u25a0t.^t-.-'- ?* --»'
j'. \u25a0 ' : - : ' LAPIES'y TAILORS'
LOUIS . LlNDSTROM.'j ladles'! tillorlng. 5 ? formerly
.g. Donahue t bldg.y? nowj 1304 1 Post i near j Franklin/
D; 4 K APLAN *.' up , to I date 'Ladles. Tailor.*' 2 1277
:\u25a0 Kills 'St. -• '. :.,': .,' / - : \[ A;.\./': •\u25a0-.-'*.-^^SBWBHI MMB^ '"' '\u25a0 t
"• "- -'^z: 'I ;,'\u25a0 Sfurs^'-'^ \u25a0 " gl ;':\u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0:; '. : :. :
CS .BARE.^ furrier.'gformerlyl Lacbmann ?4l Co.f
?: now.isiSßush'st^ cor.^Van»Ness av.y,npsUlrs.
B:* KANTNER;^ manufacturing furrier, : formerly
I '---132 1 Stockton j st,? now f 1718 jVan \ Ness : a r."i. * ;jS
\u25a0•' ;. .. " ;'"BPSI\ESS:'CHAXCES^ X .. y, ,:.:
. WANTED— 3 with! $500 >ach Mongol to
'.< 'S. TAmertca; .1 men i with 'some ; engineering. ;lum-.
- : ber.- and sagrlcnlturaUi experience;* big .i.fortune.
4 - h waits s.the. the r. right i parties ; .. must ,» be ready ? to
--: leaver In f about \u25a06 \u25a0 weeks. Address •« box 1559, r
. • Call : office. * 1651; Fillmore ; st: \u25a0; ;-: \u0084.;».-<.•' \u25a0;\u25a0'> -
FO R ! sale-^-425 i shares ( of > fine • capital i stock •of I a
: : weir paying) electrical -machinery 1 company;'; es- 1
- • tablished 2 1901 ; ., doing i a - flourishing , business;
* 1 . 1 75 shares . Issued ; , five : directors."; Apply- room
£ 94.% Maraon ' building/: 1380; Sutter; st. -.-. t .-\u25a0 .-
sl,ooo^-Tailoring I and I furnishing ; goods' business ;
<* r , will j sell \u25a0 whole ; or ; half ; Interest ito j party ( that
*.•\u25a0 can r* manage l Jsame; Tl ."' have -" other interests.'
U: Apply ,:- I>.\ HADCOCK. \u25a0 018 E. " Maln;| Stockton.
A r STORY jof t Wonder— free ; ! all v about j the : great
•\u25a0j mining ; ramp 'of .'Nevada ; < write 1 today. 'i- West-
; era -; Mining j Bureau, 069 - Broadway,- Oakland,''
•;, room 54. v ..,'.-;\u25a0-. v-.v ;' .\u25a0'.''';-\u25a0-..:\u25a0. ' \-
FREE— The story > of Wonder, = the ' greatest min-'
-. •\u25a0 ing camp in 1 Nevada ; write : today -to ..Western
'.: .\u25a0: Mmmg ,' Bureau. 060 .? Broadway,^ Oakland, i Cal.
BUTCHER shop." doing j about $3,500 .business per
\u25a0 .' month. ;; mostly < cash ; '» good ' location." : , For ! par-
- tlculars : address \ box \u25a0 1339. : Call. Oakland.'— '\u25a0".'\u25a0\u25a0
LUMBER 'in? any is quantity- retailed -at' wholesale
prices: - biiy.^dlrect ' from * the mills. DOLAN
w BROS.V'CO.y; agents". ilO29Market 'sty.-.;;, \u25a0\u25a0•;: •;;
LI VERY- stable.^ central, clears $350" monthly; !
, .*.' cheap : rent," bargain : other business. HINK-
i-.LEY.:l2o4;Golden^Gate-av;; •;:-' ' ; '
CREDITORS'/ sale > of lumber; large.'; completely
:: stocked lyard ; will ibe sacrlflc'sd. -± Inqn lre -1 020
\u25a0-.--, Market; *Uy/i ZW&&£l&!*Bt3&B$GS£BSXg&&&&.
HORSE- SHOEING 1 business: j clears $150 / per
-- month : -• reasonable terms ; •' retiring.'; -74 ' Shot-
iiwell st.%-..:;; \u25a0-. - . \u0084*.: \u25a0\u25a0; ...-•; \u0084. ' ry .;'.
SMALL; grocery-: and ' branch* bakery: 2 .living
\u25a0 * rooms ; - 3 years'- lease. Box ; 5500,- : 1108 : Valen-
'\u25a0'cia : st.i--,' . -vr:v -,". : ; \u25a0 ,;.y' ." .- \u25a0;\u25a0/-:\u25a0•• •.•. \u25a0;":\u25a0*\u25a0: v
FOR -* sale— Callv route sin v Berkeley.. Address
J. H.Y CORDgS. j 3200 California at: i Berkeley.
GOOD i cigar stand '.for sale; good' business; \u25a0\u25a0 rea-
": , sonable. 7 1468 Bnsh sf. near. Van Ness ay: »?.,.."
FOR \u25a0;' sale,*., cheap— Notion A- store : i and >' bakery ;
\u25a0* bargain;^ 1554 , 9th: ay.. : Sunset -district;.: : > : .
GOOD > paying ? fruit .' store ; '< must * sell ', on \u25a0 account
\u25a0of sickness. \u25a0; 1478 Chnrch:Bt.'i, r. ; ; . -- y; -,U };\u25a0.: r;
SALOON, for sale. "VApply 477 McAllister st.-<hear
-'' A'an Ness 'ay.'--.' \u25a0'>•\u25a0> .:.-...- \u0084 -..-. -.- ,-;..,. - : .'\u2666«.-_.-. \u25a0.
• : , \u25a0'; LODGING); HOUSES SFOR5 FOR • SALE "C -";
CRANDALL.: 1400 McAllister- st.,' • buys , and sells
: Jurnlsbed flatsr lodging houses, i List with him
• \u25a0for quick returns.-. 1400 McAllister -st. ;
. -J BAR " ; : AXD 'STORE FIXTURES ..
J. RUBEN- ::l Of dfe.' '•• store, % bar \u25a0 fixtures. "- show-
__ cases;, All kinds, woodwork.. 094 McAllister, st.
Standard Furniture ; & Fixture . Mfg. \u25a0 Co. ;" estl
mates given. 8.11 Bryant at.; phone Market 3724.
BRUNSWICK-BALKE • COLLENDER: CO.. - 17-27
Franklin st. '.nr.\ Market. Phone Special .l4s7.
N. V.. FIXTURE CO.; .bar. store,! office 1 fixtures.
showcases.- grill .work. etc. ; 341 1 19th nr. Mission
CALIFORNIA . Home. Industry.. 2l4 : Bth . st.'— Bar
•.'-. and store: fixtures.^ showcases; always on. hand.
J. MARTENSON makes office, store andbar fix-
tures. 218 18th »f bet. Mission. and Howard. :- .!
WILLIAM P. SlCKE. | saloon- and store fixture*;
\u25a0_egstern prices: short notice.- 304-Gongh st.
/ . CLAIRVOYAIVTS - . . ;
THE STORY 'OF YOUR LIFE REVEALED. ?,
-.: Famous woman -psychic . and. palmist has
". . perfected \u25a0a \u25a0. system - by . which \u25a0 she reads your
- life story. ;_.-; : / \u25a0--; • . .-.-.\u25a0- \u25a0 . \u0084'
.; Men "and ] women iin all walks of life daily
.consult Mme.~X^ralg. permanently located in
private residence. • 1201 O' Farrell; st. : v.- \u25a0 -A .( 1
•If marriages, sickness,: death, ''changes; trav-
els, ; divorces, - separation, .law., suits. -, business
transactions. • wills,', deeds, mortgages, lest or
5 " stolen : property.-: hidden - treasures; ; lost - or ; a.b-
.-,- sent ' f rleuds i interest you ; . if : you care \u25a0to know
•what you should do. to be successful: and whom
\u25a0to avoid, when to buy and when. to sell stocks,
etc.; if --your; desire -^ to • have, your 'domestic
/troubles removed,' your lost love retained, your
II bitterest : enemies 1 converted | into stanch friends
— In ja \ word; whatever - may . be . your troubles.'
suspicions ior desires. < call on this - gifted
woman : and she • will send >you away ; happier.
AX "'extraordinary . opportunity j to ~ consult SAINT
MAHAR. ; the scientific '.-. psychic -palmist; "a
• gifted ;: and > reliable clnlrvoyant. known - the
/> world, over: as f king of life -readers:, high priest
;. among, the mystics- of ' Indln: - ;\u25a0 \u25a0 -.- \u0084-- ; \u25a0'\u25a0
. — — — -TWO* SEPARATE READINGS-; '—
: ? _- -FORL $1. -' ;w-i v. .- FOR $1. -
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0•''\u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0 '•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 PALM AND, CLAIRVOYANT. '\u25a0\u25a0
SAINT MAHAR. 1303 O'Farrellst.nesr, Lagiius:
THE White Mystic of India.'- -re'; \>,
cORMOXDE.?formerIy ,10. years ,on: Market St.:
, ;'a',;clalrvoyantjv.with ; power: *, gennlne. v reliable.
"\u25a0' con ocientlous; ?past.' present. v future ; \u25a0:. business
:.. ndvice. 'love.;- marriage.^divorce; :, removes :\u25a0' evil
Influences: . tells your full name;' bora'ln 'the
' 'i orient \ with I the rpovrer.. of jany ,- 10 "mediums;
; ; readings $1.-- 1310 Devlsadero st* between: Ellis
-' snd ; O'Farrell. , . s ;,v" v ->.^*- >-\u25a0 : \ -,\u25a0.-. '-j^_j j^> \u25a0;\u25a0
M ISS ZEMDA R. young/; gifted." clalr.'- and r palm. ;
\u25a0 \u25a0' I have astonished thousands with my wonder-
" fully; correct horoscope ;of their lives.; ' past.
.; n present r and future." -v; 1^ correctly ; treat ;, you'
: love : ; afTairs. -,- domestic; troubles, business" and
'financial success;' hours : 10 to 9; ? L"'soc; G. $1;
r '• open \u25a0 Sundays.: ;l2i>o.; l2i>0 . Ellis' \u25a0at;: near T^ignna. .'
MME. PORTER, i clairvoyant medium/ tells pnst:
present, future; born v with : double -veil '-and
second' sicht: c cards- read -clairvoyantly:- ladies
30c. gentlemen $I;: palmistry and' clairvoyant
sittings; ? full » life rendlngs $1.50; • open • Sun-
..days: walk In. first floor, room 3, -.1124 > Gough
' \u25a0 st. comer -o'FaiTeH. 1 "- f ".". > \u25a0' .. •'-;;- .
SHERMAN.--. CLAIRVOYAXT. „ PALMIST— HIS
: extraordinary clairvoyant fe: powers,": \ combined
\u25a0 . wl th -. his superior | knowledge lof '.occult I forces*
ensiles him to retd human 'life with accuracy
from ' infancy to old : agf. . r 1068 : Brdwy..i Oakd.'
MRS. ; GENTRY.^ divine ihealer,"- clalrT.V^palmis'tT
\u25a0 past . and . present •.revealed; S consultation > free:
2018 Sntter st. between Steiner and; Fillmore.
MISS M.V WILLE. 1505 Geary— Crystal ' seer and
. medium : < can be consnlted on all business '\u25a0 af -
\u25a0 J . : fairs of life : ; boors : 10 =to 8 p; m. :-.-;-\u25a0: ;;i; - ;>
MME. EUGENIE, scientific palmist card reader:
,-•:' reveals facts that astonish y0u. ..- 1465 Valepcia:
$1 READINGS this ' month; i lucky i numbers ; and
. \u25a0;- charms. - MME. LELAND. ,716 Golden - Gatfr ay.
MISS MORRIS. 1 card reader: and clairvoyant:' 930
\u25a0•: Webster j st. ; corner. Golden ; Gate '\u25a0\u25a0 ay.."v room 1 1. '
MME. LOUISA. Spanish clairvoyant." card reader.
'. Rooms 1\u25a0; and 2. 1037 A\u25a0', Golden > Gate ay:- \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 ..
MME." MAJOR,* clairvoyant..; palmist \ and reader
. 1800 i Ellis st. ; ? ladles , 50c; gents $1;.'. ".-"
MISS WARD; clairvoyant • and ] cardi reader. - 006
' McAllister , St., room ' 4B.. top \u25a0 floor." ,\ v
MME; NORDINE.- celebrated < card - reader; 'gents*
.W: ladles. 2ri0.v21032_- Pierce '»t • ' '
'-_-\ '\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0.• ;/ T-- ' SPIRITUALISM^'.
MRS. J/; J. \ WHITNEY.' ). trance buslriess medium ;
AND LIFE rREADER.-.: - \u25a0:*"-'..:'
. Spiritual messages. . 1 164 ; O'Farrell st. 1
CONSULT B. S.GARRISON: circles. every Bight"
. '. chairs. 2sc: charges reasonable.^ 710U Franklin
st. : bet. . Golden Gate : and \ Turk. -. ? . , ;
MME.^MAXWEI.L. test meeting; Wed.-Fri. 8
PAo'. 1 "-^,: Convincing ;v messages; , s rdg. dally:
\u0084023 A; Church. \u0084.v :;•-:,;> \u0084v: \u25a0*.\u25a0 '. ; "-
readings daily; I . circles snn^
day. Wednesday, Friday. 25c.', • 751 14 : Webster /
MRSr? SEAL.* spiritual * medium : i readlnss daily.
1 m McAllister st. ; : circle 8 p.' ui.^/ :
MADAM -FADELL'basMocated- at' 2240>£ Bush
- st. : spiritual . read Ings.'- 50c and' $1 .-\u25a0'\u25a0-• \u25a0 : r^: i :r
:_.'_''- /".'l^ I.:1 '.: '\u25a0\u25a0' PALMISTRY ":/ r - : ; ; :':: ': .\. ''\u25a0'\u25a0-.
A Returned— H.. JEROME- FOSSELLI, VsViontliic
:^Palmist." 1810 -Webster. : S. F. ; phone Wcit 41».
MME.*' DAVISON," formerly • 510 Post7st>- left ' the*
\u25a0grltr-on: July '1... ..>.\u25a0- \u25a0:- y .\u25a0\u25a0-...,.?..\u25a0 -\u0084 7-.-^.. \u25a0
V '.PALMISTRY-ii-bakland
OAKLAND'S 'palmist and card ; reader; : ladies,
f 25c : jfents. « soc. .; SSC. Broadway.' suite : 17. « 0ak.
;'_'\u25a0 .'. C: " Z ':\u25a0: \u25a0 \u25a0 * " :" « . EDUCATION ALy ; ; .' 2;^; ';\u25a0
HB ,AI.D'S,;-1451 >. Franklln'r st., San .Francisco.
: Cal.-^oon In ; new.v; building - in : McAllister. -st
> bet ~.Yaa « Ness s aT:g and ? Polk « st: \u25a0 Business.
>", , shorthand^ engineering: j - E.;P. \ HEALD/ Preg. ya.
CHICAGO 2 Business * College.. Valencia '-. and % 22d
;. st ; f only i business i college slns In s Mission ; | recom-
. .. mended_- by v merchants ; --- positions r guaran teed."
, M.t MULVIHILL,y Principal:*;; ,; :\. \u25a0t^.lf:'.'""; ,-
ENGINEERING^-Civll.Tf elecll.T mining, :- mech.T
; .; survey.i assay, >; cyanlda; J day."- : eve. ; r- est.«lB64r
iVan t der.» Nalllen ; School." 51st & Telg.".' Oakland;
PHYSICALS culture ;U women, 4 Audi-"
;; wJi^ 111 \u25a0 bull <»ng.v cor.- Page i and Fillmore -: sts. 5
; MISS CLAIRE;E. vv i DONOVAN. -" v j .,;\u25a0 "....'\u25a0: '
' A T MM S TROPOLITA NJBus.*CoUege;»penmanship
>./i by; Esptna ; \ drawings 925 O.\ Q. ; s places : found:
?ROF._T.t A. % ROBINSON, ?\u25a0 lndivW. \u25a0'- lnstr.i math.',
g^ bookkeeping, r Eng.;j etc. ;t day.' eve}; 290 Pag< st.
HE ALIVS i Enjlneerlnr a BchooJ. a 295 > Locust i ar.*
.• \u25a0: cor. *i Franklin j st. ; i. all ; branches ; \ day ! and : eve;
GUITAR,'? m andolin. piano.' singing ; \ new; classes
iS forming; ; B lessons $§.-: 882 Haight cr. Devlsadero
SANs FRANCISCO j Bnslness j College ; now « located
\u25a0;& at 1 733 > Fillmore near; Hayes ; ? day 'and , evening.'
T SSKS ERLITZ SCHOOL! OF :i LANGUAGES—
" 2531 .Washington nr.: Fillmore; send for. circular;
B .9?J^k' 5 2 open ¥ every f evening S from 2 7
i, tills 9;>: 12 ij lessons. ysß:siaila-McAllister:st::'.
n. ;t PFABNDLBR,^ pUnlat ;.? pnplls itanfht; * classic
? ior j popular, n 335 Fea . at>i Phone \u25a0 r<n , 1487 . 55-v
' : --'^T-"-----: ,?*';\u25a0. S:' C, I . BALDWIN.v;^H3-:^£t;v'Sr--K
B .^ n ' o ?l™*n*>Un.? riltar. 1 - 1374, Hayes «t. '
J . EijUCATIdxAL-iCoßtlnaed U
'ALL court reporters recommend'Gallagher-Marsh
i": Bnslness t College.' \ 4fi4 » Devlsadero 1 st. v : «*,* T yV,\-,'
MERRILL-MILLER .College.r: pleasantly ilocated
at -. 733 - Fillmore; st. ;'• day, and [evening. .-..-'•
. v - \u25a0. ;V.VIOLIN"STi;DIO. v -!ll0af FULTON •-'\u25a0 •'•'-"
<•-'.\u25a0\u25a0 VIOLINS FURNISHED FREE." > - '
y V^; EMPLOYMENT ; OFFICES "'
JAPANESE 'Housec leaning Agency fcrnishes best
f. help 1 with \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 care.'.: by ' hours,"* days S or t weeks;
-r*« cooks.t.walters,' house! cleaners.^ window'- wash-
: : - ers," etc. *. H.V K. i ODAr 1721 > Post st ; f phone
\u25a0 >West 4634.; . . • : :-. \u25a0 ,;. : r,
\u25a0A-— JAPANESE |; ; ; Chinese^. \u25a0 association 1 furnishes
f? > best '- of .4 help i i of all kinds : •. capabnity j- and
-qualification \u25a0» guaranteed. \u25a0: i OSCAR HATSUMI,
.r , 1513 -Geary ' st. : : phone West 5688. v -\u25a0-.:. . - :
STAR I employment of flee (furnishes Japanese and
':;;., Chinese help * with i care.V Tel.* West 167. vW.
;\u25a0 KADOTA;'. 1808 \u25a0 Geary f st/- nearjßuchanan. - . '
ALL KINDS \u25a0of f Japanese -anil v Chinese workers
*: looking : for : Jobs : : cl ty on i-ountry ; ; 174S Sutter
< st..i San ' Francisco. "--..Telephone -iWest ' 2503. \ *
CHINESE ' and r Japanese - r employinent of3ce; \u25a0 302
>-j sth st : \u25a0 tel.* Oak; ."101.-, B: HALL. Oakland.- Cal.
H.-'v W.' HONG. ' Chinese ; employment *of flee. " 837
;\u25a0•- Webster . st.';- Oakland : : phone Vernon:24l.»~*-; • (
JAPANESE ; and ' Chines- Labor: Bureau— Address
;'J 1612 Laguna ; st: ; : phone \u25a0 West ? 1731. J \u25a0 •' •
WANTEp—Female \u25a0
SITUATION- wanted :by. ; a strong., elderly
'\u25a0 . woman '; as \u25a0 cook, or r light ' housework : a ' short
\u25a0v distance -In \u25a0 the country ; preferred. • Box - 1310.'
.' Call. .Oakland.;. \ r . \u25a0•; 'v; ' ' \u25a0".'\u25a0• : ...'^'.
DRESS, MAKER' will go out: high 'class work;
; best references.', ;' Address • MISS H ANFA, -' 1379
:.-\u25a0 O'Farrell ' st. ; j phone West 939. ; ' , : :'
MIDDLE*- AGED -woman -\u25a0 wants • washing * and
;-' Ironing, by the < day; -good "worker. 1 232 20th
v.' st • near . Church. .... \u25a0 „ ,' -\u25a0 \u25a0 -.; '.
WANTED— Position ';.: by . , expert \u0084s tenoitrapber
-g and ' book . keeper; • salary $75.-- • Box 1565." Ca11,
£}. Fillmore >. st;.:,. •.';•,;.;=•'„\u25a0..•\u25a0\u25a0- --\u25a0-\u0084: - •;> \u25a0-•.•,.-\u25a0 -•-\u25a0•-:'.
YOUNG '" woman . ' wants trashing .' . and \u25a0' ironing ;
";sl.riO:.a'-day 'and- carfare. Box * 1601 '-; CaU,
;;;FHlmore."".-\ -.;-.-\u25a0 ' \u25a0\u25a0. * .v> .\u25a0 \u25a0-»*; -:-: -,r-,'-'i »-i \u25a0 "\u25a0 -- \u25a0
COMPETENT ; woman wants cooking- anri down.
- - stairs s work; * wages . $35. »\u25a0* Apply \u25a0 2318 ' Web-^
-, ; ster, st. •.."--• >--':%\u25a0\u25a0 ;:,,-...> -.;.«;-.i.'.,V'- ";"..« s.:*^ '.
EXPERIENCED lady book ' keeper, desires , set ' of
V r books 'to > keep \u25a0" at home.' '•- -Address T box 1 2S2S,
.\u25a0,'Call:-.;>.'iV -:,,;.\u25a0 .v^t-- •. .";,: :v ;:;-!..,.•,,\u25a0.•.;\u25a0-
RELIABLE- woman- wishes -house -'cleaning - or
'-\u25a0': washing, by. the- ilay* > B->x H507. 1 110S .Valenbia.';
COMPETENT " woman ~* wants 'washing; • liouie>'
' work : ' $I .so 'day.- Box 3504. - 1108 Valencia -*sr.
.^EMPLOYMEXT 'WAXTED— MaIe >
JAPANESE. -experienced : couple, want? positions
; in; good family; man as first clans butler or
> plain " cook ; wife *as- a : lady's maid * or ; house-
work;: San Mateo ivk-%lty.. ; Address -Y. . V.,
7P. O." box 20i;: San Mateo. ['.' \.\
GOOD p Japanese .: couple, / want . place ; man ;as
;. cook, wife 'as waiter on. table and housework:
-, both * speak ' English : Cl wages'; $60 "up.- ; 1432
'Webster: str. San -l Francisco. ; ; J. YOSHI. .
CHINESE, experienced cook, wishes position ,In
-\u25a0'first class family;- references; 1 city or country;
.wages $45.- Address or dispatch, 307 U Sth st,
\u25a0 Oakland. , ; ; »>> , • ,_ ; • . . . .-^ ;\u25a0 ... ..~..
FIREMAN.-'* 1 experienced . to ,- : oil - and > coal ; fuel.-
wants r situation: sober and 'Steady.' -'Address
CAS. RASMUSSEN, 1263 Ashbnry st.;; city. >
WAXTED-^-By ; man : with experience ' of ; 7 years,
.; position jas • watchman: can furnish- the -best
of references. '\u25a0 \u25a0 Box 2833. Call office. , ; :
SITUATION . wanted as night watchman: long
experience; • references Al. - L. J. J.,. 2400 San
•-•\u25a0• Pablo , ay..' West ' Berkeley. .SV^WZZr
EXPERIENCED manager or salesman wants slt-
:\u25a0 .uatlon- In lumber yard 'or planing- mill. Box
:-\u25a0/. 1336.; Call office. \u25a0 Oakland: f 7 .. ".-J ;; \u25a0{'}
GEK. LEE wants a good position -as first class
'family- cook; wages ,-$45: to, $50. . Apply 807
-.Dupontet. . "\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0';•.-. :. \u25a0 \
COMPETENT grocer desires position, ontslde
'\u25a0San Francisco preferred. Box 2573, Call office.
JAPANESE boy.) wants : house work or , cook half
:* day in the- morning.' 536 Pine' st <\u25a0'.'\u25a0\u25a0'. -\u25a0 -.
SAXTA ' CRUZ EMPLOYMENT
IF yon wan t work = of .' any description.' male or
: female, write: to J. ,W. McCUISTOX, 268. Pa-
"\u25a0 rifle 'ay.'. \u25a0 Santa \u25a0' Cms/- , .-' -'\u25a0 - •\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0- •' - -
'-_-':\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 HELP- WAKTED— FemaIe *
WANTED— Young women- to learn ' telephone op^-
1 crating: paid while- learning; -salary -.increased
: after.;- first? t\ro -weeks --and \u25a0 further- increased
-after work, bei-omes efficient." * ••- - •_- \u25a0
.". -.^Dallyr luncheons -furnished .* free, and rest
' rooms wltln matron in attendant.
: . \u25a0 I .; Permanent' positions; -good chance for 'nd-
- vancement.. Apply to : \u25a0-'.::\u25a0' - -
PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO..
' S2l Hyde st. near Sutter.
\u25a0\u25a0-)\u25a0' . - : '•; ;' '\u25a0-' ''•"\u25a0 - -
GIRLS TO SEW OX SHIRTS^.SPECIAL AT-
TENTION '-.:- PAID TO,- LEARNERS: - PAID
WHILK > LEARNING; - CLEAN WORK AND
• STEAD Y EMPLOYMENT ATiGOOD WAGES'
. GOODi TRADB. AND .EASILY . LEARNED;
-i; THE MOST - MODERN AND CLEANEST FAC-
TORY* ON THE COAST. APPLY TO ; WIL-
LIAM » HINDSHAW. CARE\LEVI STRAUSS
• & CO.. CORNER CLINTON PARK AND VA-
LENCIA; (BET. 13Tn AND' 14TH)|
HOP, PICKING — Call , for railroad' tickets ;at
'-. once; none .issued: after July . 25: \u25a0 200 "people
\u25a0, may commence ,\u25a0 picking at s Wheatland August
£{'1;t1,000 more August 8; ; special trainleaves
B; ; beautiful ! camp;- many -lmprove-
Xments; large camp stoves.- showrr baths, tents •
; :'i plenty :of * amusement ; .! everything \u25a0 free ; ";\u25a0 tents
> with spring, beds for women and. children 'free*
;\u25a0• highest pay; t profitable outing.- 1 Call - today ' 8
?s j. \u25a0« m. ;: or. 8 \u25a0 p.. m.' . 1228 - Fillmore st. 2339
; > Mission . st.,". San Francisco.-: and 361 12th' st
„ Oakland, E. , C. HORST . CO. r -.'..;• \u25a0: '',
OUR NEW 5 FACTORY -BUILDING. WHICH iIS
'.THOROUGHLY, - LIGHTED. .: VENTILATED
AND HEATED. IS NOW. READY FOR OCCU-
< PANCY; EXPERIENCED vAND INEXPERI-
ENCED SEWING-MACHINE " OPERATORS
r.. WANTED * ON? OVERALLS: - GOOD 'PAY;
r STEADY ? WORK ; PAID .WHILE LEARNING.
-. LEVI ; STRAUSS s & CO.;- VALENCIA • BET
13TH AND 14T1I. APPLY MR. DAVIS.
NAPA— Apply immediately Napa Canning Coth-
;'• pany, ;; Napa. :^ Cal."." - women > and V girls; . steady
\u0084•' work * on> fruit ; canning; \ highest pay; - tent ac-
commodations -In beautiful • grove; - take > boats
for; Napa via Vallejo; ••--. - ;
'-\u25a0*'*\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0'\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0' A'AU.A A' .;..'•.-'\u25a0•
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON : "STAND-
VARD SHIRTS," : 4 BOSS V OF ' THE ROAD"
% : OVERALLS. - - ENGINEER COATS. ' B \R
S3 TENDER;'*. COATS, 1 : COTTONADE - PANTS
: .STEADY .: WOUK.> ' BRIGHT GIRLS ..TO
?I LEARN.' - PAID .WHILE r-f NEW
\u0084~: FACTORY- NOW; OPEN. " STANDARD SHIRT
-R FACTORY;\ GOUGH ?AND GROVE STS. ' - .-
MIDDLE 1 aged- lady to > assist ; with i care ! of, chil-
j ; dren : J one desired >. who sis "Jooklng : for ' a i good,
:•:* comfortable home : \ small wages. \u25a0 Call \u25a0 between
if t. 3 and 5 , p.", m." 0n1y at .l26s , Guerrero st '. ,
WANTED—-Flrst J class ; trimmer, 1 to , go ;to ; Sac-
.;> ramento.-^i Apply;- Superintendent's \u25a0 office ? bet r
;;-< 8:308 :30 . and ' 0:30 \u25a0. a; . m... HALE BROS., ', IncJ . 6th
'and Market, sts. >\u25a0/\u25a0.;\u25a0;-?. .-.- ; '<. -" \u25ba .
WANTED— Demonstrator I on I hair, goods.; r Apply
1% to S superintendent's ? office 1 between X 8:30 • and
0:30 ,* a.\ m. : HALE BROS.. • Inc.r 6th 'and
\u25a0•vMarkct:sts;^^- r ; '';r, 'v^'.'Z" '.'• ' '.\u25a0 ."•'-."-*,
.WANT-ED— A v , conscientious .woman.-' capable J of
Vr taking charge of office and directing employes-
: . k must . hay ; references.-;^ Address -box : 2829, \ Ca11.
ANY," intelligent I person ', may j earn i good \u25a0 Income
ft, correspond, t'for; newspapers ; • exp. s unnec. Send
f or> parUc.^ \u25a0 Press 1 Syndlcate.y Lockport;? N.yY.
LADY with ; business I ability t 'can earn from I $200
\u25a0to $300 monthly, r Call -room ;iT. . U." 5.% National
\u25a0jg ßank \ building,- cor.- Fillmore and ' Bnsh sts.*.-. 4 v
LADIES , looking & for + help » call 'at * the * Mission
•§-. employment '« agency, r 3522 - 20th it st,-. above
i,j Mission. ;;\u25a0*.:>-.: ."-;'-.::..- 1 •-\u25a0•:\u25a0•--,'\u25a0-. .-\u25a0'\u25a0. .'.«;,-\u25a0. ,-.-,- ,\u25a0.*:.-\u25a0 .r,-<-
GlRL".i for? general s housework ;f< good wsges: « no
to<washing;; references."; Apply 9 to 12,-2911 Jack-
12 son I st . , \u25a0•,
YOUNG I lady! would , like ! lady,- partner . for . dress
':- making x>r : mllllner.-g 006 i McAllister ; ; room 48.
G I RLB for housework * call tat 5 the S Mission - Em-:
M Ployment 'Agency," 3522 20th' St., above . Mission.'
WANTED^-Teacher i for; district ' •chool: «4« 4 Addrwa
%i BOYNTONA' Flnt V National ." Bank •,- ;bnlldln«:
-,;.] Berkeley, -t ; V-. : ! : \u25a0. \u25a0 \u25a0 --:'. >'t>^N- • -„ . -.:;y r, ;\u25a0 i .j-. .-><\u25a0 . ; 1 .- \u25a0'.
EXPERIENCED core maker for position of . fore^
v~ woman;'. W., T.l OARBATT A CO-V 138 Fremont"
EVERYBODY— Profitable S. vacation ; *f. pick - hops '
33 H0rat.1 2339 ; Mission.*! 1228 Fillmore ; ; opst^ dali^. 1
MADERIAmMUIInery /? School ; SV private « classes "
'^1869^Buchanan I »t..t aptl>7; jhats \u25a0trimmed. fs^:
:WANTED-iLadles V to -. bare H CORSETS made <to
i ?i* order ; , $2.50 1 up. ; 509 , Laguna sty .j ,- -, -; I t V-' -. i %
' .WANTED— Woman i tori laundVy work 1 at • Hebrew
& orphanage;" 600 j Devlsadero j st; .^ y. ; i °
THlS i ad and 50c .will -give you 2. cabinet nboto* •
mjDOVJSEt,,} 2262J Mission ; «t. - - . p . BOto- ;
BARBERS '\u25a0 AND SUPPLIES '; 1 \ -Z.
1 BARBERS^Now* Is" the« time you need I to' IN-
\u25a0 : -CREASE -your BUSINESS: The AMERICAN
- : v; VIBRATOR- will, help? you- PLEASE ,your
1 Ci;>?TOMERS '\u25a0> as » well ; as ; to - INCREASE « your .
i .; RECEIPTS. This > vibrator, enjoys an * INTER-
" 1 reputation* for » the -HIGHEST
\u25a0\u25a0T-' EFFICIEXCYr nnd most SUBSTANTIAL CON-
. STRUCTION of jany r PORTABLE* VIBRATOR
,»-. on,' tbej 1 market today -af; any " price. - Call- at
...our J store i and -we-: will*, be clad toJDEMON-
- y STRATE . the ' workings of this ' WONDERFUL
t •::- MACHINE. • ;Sold- at^one -price, the -world
; over.^. s3s- each.; complete' with "applicators. • •
"Just -.arrived— A. large of BAR-
! \u25a0'. BERS' • CARBORUNDUM. nONES. ' the r kind
.that always give SATISFACTION. Prle«:sl.
-; - - - DECKELMAN "BROS.. Inc..
[ ..;'-'- ; -.-^BARBER. SUPPLIES. - , ;
1 .-, Phone 'Franklin- 2870.' ~ - 162-164 Turk st.
• •\u25a0' GRINDING OUR SPECIALTY, f
\u25a0 BARKER ? chalrs $3 monthly. ; > ' ; - \u25a0--':\u25a0-
1 • Barker, vibrators $5 monthly."
• -Barker 'portable vibrators. * $4 monthly. -
- ;- Old l chairs- of :all ; makes, cheap., r;-^-
. "_ fis 2d hand Koken hyilraull-* chairs cheap.
. ;' \u0084 ~ 'JAMES : BARKER. V." '
• , - " *MR.I»RAKE.- Mgr..-
• - •\u25a0:.:<\u25a0 1618-1620. Ff anklln st. near . Pine. • -.v, r. \u25a0
'j BA RBKRS— On : account : of . renlKnntlnn .of J. R.
" Blelly as financial secretary of J. B. I." U." 14S
* \u0084a '-s pecial meeting -. for -. election wllUbe held
Monday, c. July -- 20, -0 \u25a0 o'clock. By \u25a0 order of
\u25a0 .executive, board.'.- •:.'. •' , ' '
BARBER SHOPS- city 1 or; country;. have several
._ to . select , from ; can -be bought " for • hal**
their value; "full investigation allowed. Call
-at STOLTZ'S.ISSS. FiIImore' st.- - v \u25a0;\u25a0 .
BARBER -wants steady, work or eventnrs. Satnr-
f day and Sunday: spoaV-s Enjtllsh sufSclent for
bnslness. .* C. R. PARRAGUIRRE, 702' San
-•Bruno-av. ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-:,: ,:• . 1,. \u25a0 \u25a0; ; ... -.-.\u25a0 ~ -. \u25a0 -.
WANTED-^-2 barbers for Saturday and Sunday;
: 1 for Saturday: only ; r wages - $7.50 and ' $4.50.
. 1154 . Folsom ; st.'. neaf'^th. ; \u25a0•- '-, \u0084 ..-,->'
FIRST-CLASS barber "wants steady position In
:\u25a0 Oakland. .* Phone Oakland 6812; 'residence - 1303
Alcntrag^av..- Berkeley.. *- *-.:.- -•
FOR ' sale— 3 • chalr^ barber shop,' on account •of
• other business; rent $zO. Information at 1457
! Octavla.st. near. Post.- - «,-.•; .-...- •
GOOD. I steady - barber. , Wednesday • evening. Sat-
. , urday afternoon, and , Sunday ; $3. N. YOUNG,
; 3216 Folsom st. ' . » - , - ,/,.-' •.. - .
SNAP— 2 chair shop, clearing $35 per week; will
sell ; for" $123. •• Pacific barber supply co., 508
" ;Van J Ness ,ay. •:'..'.. \u25a0 ;,^,; ,^,- > -\u25a0 ; .-. ;\u25a0.<., \u25a0 . \-~
2-CHAlll' barber "shop -for -sale, -witii—2 -furn.
house. keeping rooms.- 3317 17th near Mission;
. rent $12.50.-. ---'\u25a0- :•\u25a0< .-..-- ; ,-- : -•- \u25a0\u25a0 -. -. -
$250-7-For-sale,-'2 chair barber shop-with 3 liv-
: Ing » rooms. . 323 - B -st. San Rafael, Marin
;,; county, Cal. ..-_- • . - 4 . • •> . -
FOR sale:— First . class • 7 chair shop: centraUy
: located. • - Address R. •H. McGO WAN." 801 . Ful-
ton st. .;\u25a0 •\u25a0 - - .:.\ ;. > - - . . .-..,.
FIRST CLASS barber wanted ' Wednesday. Satur-
day and Sunday; wages $12.50.^1401 15th st.
BARBERS— Snap; t 2 chair . shop, nearby town;
\u25a0'must sell by Ist. See STOLTZ. 1535 FOlmore.
BARBER ; wanted. '. Fairmont ' hotel barber 'shop.
SHEERIN'S union laundry; barber shops, batb
houses^ 700 McAUister st. ,Tel. Park 318. -
FOR sale— 2 chair barber shop; sleeping room;
account leaving . city. - 2243 Vi Sutter st "
GOOD barber - wanted - steady ; • $20 and 'commis-
sion. 4 , O'Farrell : st- near ' Market '.-..-\u25a0\u25a0
BARBER wanted. '[ S4So' Mission st. ' '
BARBER wanted. 3151 Fllimore it' * ~'^-
BARBER wanted. '3189 Mission st '
WANTED— Barber; 'young man;, steady work.
Call > 1405 Park st. Alameda. .'-. - T- .'.'.\u25a0.
BARBERS— Have location; wish partner. In-
qulre 1153 Octavia st J - - . ,
BARBER for 2 or 3 weeks. - 3439 16th st near
Sanchez. .. E. : L. AST. ;.. \u25a0 \u25a0 :
BARBER, wanted steady; $18 and commission.
610 Laguna st. • \u25a0. . . . - - . -
1 CHAIR barber, shop for 'sale; $60. " Ist and
\u0084 Brannan sts. ..." '. ..... .. . <, ( - .
WANTED— Barber, steady; also bootblack. 624
Stanyan -st . - - . ..." \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_ .
STEADY - short \u25a0 hour .• man. - 237 'Valencia st
near 14th. .: ,---• .
BOOTBLACK wanted. ,203 Scott st. near
..:. Haight. \u25a0 . • \u25a0 :•»';_.\u25a0 .-
GOOD union barber wanted steady.' 2700 24th
-": street.^ - ' •.\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0.-. " .-- \u25a0
" ' HELP i WANTED— >IaIe
AT COSTIGAN & : CO.'S Employment Agency.
\u25a04 and 6 Fell st, opposite 10th.
: • ... , Phone Market 2099. ;.'•'..-,
>."-\u25a0 \u25a0 'OREGOX — OREGON • :
- FREE FARE— OREGON— FREE FARE -
.Ship Today to Grass Lake— Borders Oregon.
50 trackmen,* splkers, \u25a0'- strappers. : $2.65 day.
S ' P ;. Co '! 8 ow n w ork; free fare; ship today.
j SANTA \u25a0 CRUZ— FREE - FARE— MONTEREY
S.-P. Co.'s own work ;. ship today." 4 p. m.
: Foreman carpenter. - understand pile driver. $4.
2-'» miners or drillers, free fare. $3 to $3.50.
25. muckers and laborers, $2.25 to $2.50.
10 carpenters, gen. work,' S. P: Co.. $3 to $3.50.
T? carpenters*, helpers, handle lumber, $2.50.
«J shift bosses." go today. $4. •-
New job at MEEHAN— SANTA CRUZ tunnel.
FREE FARE— SOUTH— FREE FARE
Section Work— SANTA CRUZ— Extra Gang.
Sectlon^-SAN LUIS OBISPO CO.— Extra. Gang
Section— SANTA BARBARA— Bxtra Gang.
,' COO, section and- extra gang laborers. $I.6*>'to
$2. - Ship' today; free ; fare; " steady' Job aU
winter.
NEVADA— NEVADA
.LOOK— LOOK— LOOK .-.
East today— FßEE FARE EAST
. New construction Job; S. P.' Co.'s own work.
; 150 laborers. : trackmen,, teamsters,'. $60 month.
V Free fare— East Cal.— Go today— 6 ; p. m.
'naif fare to Spring Garden— s4^-Half; fare '
-W. P. R. R. Co.'s own work— Ship today.
50 machine miners, $4 to $4.50. - . "*
;*) 60 machine helpers or chuck | tenders. $3.30.
-50 muckers or laborers. . $3. ' \u25a0
• ," \u25a0 ''"; Free Fare — Foremen— Free Fare.
,7. rock : foremen, . north, ; $3.50 . to $4 day.
Section foremen; north, east, south.* $2.70 to $3.
Extra gang foremen, \u25a0 north.- east, south. $3 to
\u25a0 .' .$3.50. 'I. ''.;.' - " . '.- '-\u0084 \u25a0 : " . * ~
\u25a0 \u25a0 Extra r and section foremen for Tucson dlv.
: Extra \u25a0 and section \u25a0 foremen for coast dlv." .-"• - .
; Shift boss; tunnel Job.' Santa • Cruz. : $4 day.
- BLACKSMITHS— HOKSE SHOERS
• - 10 * blacksmiths, gen. - work, : different places,
$3.50t0 $4. .- • '-\u25a0 . V
: Horse shoers and helpers, different. $2.50 to $3
'-; Gen.: blocksmlth for, gov. Job, Yoscmlte, $3.50.
- 2 tool \u25a0 sharpeners, north." $63 ' and found.
•_' - LOOK— Special Fare : Ycwemlte Valley.
. New - gov. : Job. \u25a0 8 - hours*,: work.' Just starting.
• 100 laborers, . build ; new road. $2.23. -
-• Blacksmith, ; see • boss, city, $3.50.' 5
-.-\u25a0_.: Free Fare— Mendoclno Co.— Go Today
50 sawmill hands, Caspar. $40 found.
FREE , FARE— ROSE VILLE
Extra gang laborers. ! ship today, $60 month. >
\u25a0 v.'. Board Yourself «. .•\u25a0 ;
S HINDOOS., GREEKS. ITALIANS
-I,soo, foreign laborers, different places.- on the
/section and extra gangs,. also nang of Hindoos
for orchard ; by contract ; • call , see.
Remember/ , we ship -you" anywhere: free - fare
north, east, wrath; R.-R.'and sawmills/
• Main- office, 4 and 6 Fell stTS.'F.
KREE \u0084F ARE—' "'.. "." :---.*: :• ' —FREE FARE
-_.-;\u25a0 SPRUCE AND 'SUMMIT.
:;'~On'the;hiU:- fine climate and water; snow
; ; - sheds— Free • Fare ; snow t sheds. ,' *. \u25a01- • r-^ - . ; -
. 100 ; laborers, gen." : work. * $6O* month. .
•\u25a0\u25a0. 100 j laborers,', repair : work, j $60 . month.
: " 100 laborers, help carpenters,'- etc., $40 fonnd
" " CALL iTODA Y— SHIP 5 . P. M. TODAY. -
> ;LOOK^-FREE— LOOK. >
• .:.- Free-^Cost/; Yon . Nothing— Free.
10 carpenters, gen: bridge, \u25a0 house work. $3-S3.SO
.-' 20 " laborers." south,' help carpenters, $2.23.
:., 20 miners.-- souths $3 - to $3.50 day.
. 2O. muckers,< south. $2.30 day.'-. — ». _ - ' . "
; -20 I muckers for -Wrights .tunnel.: s2.23. , •
SHIP T TODAY— CaII • Early— Cost Yoa Nothing
1 ... \u25a0 • FREE F ARE. - : .
:lO, carpenters- for Sacramento co., $4.50 day
; 25. helpers r for; Sacramento co.;' $2.73*«1ay- *
Donkey engineer, rnn * plledrlver.^tc, $3.50 dy
. . RED CROSS ;- EMPLOYMENT CO.
; • "T \u25a0\u25a0';", 6oS Clay. St..' San Francisco. - "
f\ ~'l ; FREE ;FARE-^NEVADA' LINE.*;
Italian.' Austrian 'or Greek ' laborers R R
; ; work,' s2 day.", -yj -...;.:.;; . -,*
I*4 - machinists,*. »6rth,* \s4 "day.
Blacksmith,"; country (shop, $3.50 day -
~ HoteUcook, -$5O- a- month. \u25a0.'-.-- ' •«.
'* Lumber: pllerv $2.75 day. ' -,-"\u25a0'
-sLaborers.i $2.25 day. • .: .
"> Teamsters, 1 $2.50. . \ \u25a0- - -~
: ; 100 room lodging house", >'rctr!c~llgbts 23e
per., night,-. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .- \u25a0-":•'. v .. -\u0084 „\u25a0-.-. _ . .
MEN- and women! to learn the barber trade- you
\u25a0if earn, from ? s7 : to $a : per \u25a0 week ? whUe .learalig-
? \u25a0\u25a0 catalogue . free.;; Moler'a . College. \u25a0 8 Fell st^.*
WANTED— 3OO \ men Ito I occuot - sinrl* t rmm, \u25a01-
I The MJlendale.-i 1015 1 FolsomTst!^ V^SSc
$1.50 and $2?per : week.C^
THREE ; wideawake, : energetic V salesmen; •" good
WAN J ED r;Fln«t.claii» saw, filer or razor grlndep
.M^dressj' JOHN - MIONOLA; 430 Post > stV?San
BUSHELMAN— First * class v one i wanted ; '- steady
work. \u25a0 J. D.I HAHN. 1215 Broadnray7b,"CT
1^- 17 «
HELP*\i : A?iTEI>- -Mai* — -Coptianed
i- .' ;: MURRAY j!l READY V,^;V'v
Leadtns Kmp:»>-n»ent an*l Lalxir A *?"";,_.
lltb aud -Market »t»- \u25a0 . _J> »n * "uciata.
-• -i ' Phone* .. 856 and tw».
-BRANCUEiw— ..
\u25a0: 6th and* Franklin sts.. « -J-. uaKiana.
• . > Phone -Oakland .-Cl. _ _\u25a0
CALL OX US NOW AND* TAXi- YOLR
CHOICE OF . . \u0084,«™i.
10.0S1 different Job* in all parts of California.
Xevada; Ore^n. . Wa»tjln*toii. moS^ *~
Mexico, with wagrtjifrom $60 W $'iOO and $=O
and found to $150 and found.
.-. SOUTH-SOUTH t
ON THE SOUTHERX \u25a0
COMPANY WORK • V B REE FAKK
SAN LUIS OBIJPO - \u0084*, * _\u25a0
- MOXTEREY. SANTA CRUZ; SAXTA_CLABA.
MAYFIELD and MOUNTAIN VIEW
246 carpenters, "carpenter helpers, miners
drillers, laborers, muckers, etc.: wages $6..u0
•to $!(«.. •.--\u25a0....
FREE FARE— SHIP TODAY
I.""-- NORTH WE: HAVE, - 11-
OREGON—i— THE -GREAT OREGON
' -CALIFORNIA NORTHEASTERN
TIIKOt'GH "
SHASTA AND SISKIYOU TO
OREGOX OREGON
FREE FARE AGAIN'
1.300 men fur r. II classes of raUroad wort,
laborers; . teamsters. . driller*. . carpenters,
blacksmiths, trackmen, etc.; wiges $67.50 to
ALWAYS FREE FARE AND .
SHIP EVERY AFTERNOON
; DON'T WAIT— YOU >rAY GET LEFT
" THE GOOD "JOBS GO FAST
. ~ BIG - WAGES
ON s THE .
WESTERN PACIFIC
' All. Divisions '
2 tunnel foremen. $200 month; 4 black-
smiths. $3.50; 75 machine miners, $3.50: ICO
hand miners. $3.50: 10 rock foremen. $75 and
fd. ; 150 -muckers, s $2.73; 1.350 teamster*, la-
borers. - trackmen, spliers, etc.; wajet '$67.50
to $75 -month. -'.an aillll )M***Mnmi
WATCH THIS PLACE
EVEJIY DAY.
MURRAY Jk READY,
lltb and ' Market sts.; San Francisco. -
\u25a0'\u25a0A 6tb and ' Franklin sts.. Oakland.. ' . '
. , COME HOME— COME HOME
'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 TO SLEEP. ,
600 SINGLE ROOMS. 600 STNGLE ROOMS.
25 CENTS PER NIGHT. $1.25 .PER- WEEK.
. INCLUDING BATH/. *.?•>\u25a0<\u25a0\u25a0 .
Coffee served frte to each roomer between 3
"• \u25a0*' ' a. m. and s a. ni. r-
\u25a0 FACING AND- ADJOINING OCEAN SHORE
" \u25a0> • - R. R. TERMINAL.
OUK OCEAN SHORE LOW; ING HOUSE,
. 11TH,, MARKET AND MISSION STSi
LOOK— LOOK— LOOK
FARE "PAID •
FOR A BIG POWEK COMPANY
Will - you help .to build . the -gigantic light
power and water supply plant -
, . " WE WAXT TODAY .
v #OR THE ABOVE COMPANY
10 carpenters. - fare paid. . $120.
25 carpenters, .fare paid. $103. - *
4. camp blacksmiths, fare paid. $105.
4 Italian, camp cooks, fare paid. $60 fd.
10 carmen or men to run cars, fare paid, $73.
25 laborers, fare paid, $67.50.
. LOOK AGAIN
ANOTHER SPECIAL
FOR "A- MINE. CO.
8 carpenters, gold mine. 8 hrs.. $4 day; sooth.
6 double hand miners. $3 day and fd.
1 6 single hand miners, $3 day and fd.
\u25a0 . CITY WORK \u25a0.'\u25a0•'
LABORERS, $3.50 DAY.
12 laborers, city Job, $3.50 day.
CARPE^\u25a0TER^^— CA RPENTEBS
• CARPENTERS
10 brWge carpenters, far* $1. $3.30 day.
10 carpenters, mine company. $120.
24 carpenters, power company, fare paid, $103
to $120. -;»^adg*9EH{oS*aMta2J|
6 carpenters, city lob." $3.50.
COOK. SURVEY PARTY. $70 AND FD. \
FARE PAID NEVADA: SEE BOSS HERE.
STEAM SHOVEL ":
CRAXESMEN. FREE FARE
Cranesman, aCeam shovel. S. P. Co., $103,
3 track foremen, w. p.- R. . R., $90. • » .
A . FEW MORE
OF»TODAY'S SPECLVLS
Cranesman. steam ' itfiovel, free fare. - $3.50:
carriage painter, fare 35c. $4; cook for •«-
veying party in Nevada, fare paid. $70; coach-
man, private place, ' Maria co.. $35 and fd. ;
miners, city . Job. $3 day ; . 2 . teamsters, wagon
work. city.. s3 day; 3 machlnlats for it Urse
factory, . se« , boss here. $3.30; yonns man for
nursery, see boss here, $30 and fd.; baker
for -city, $15 wk. <and found; baker, small
-shop, fare 5Cc. $15 wk. and found; a painter*.
city institution. long Job, $40 and fd.: stable-
man. small « city stable. 12 horses, $50 and
room; dozens more miscellaneous Jobs ~llk«
these.. Your Job is among them.
SHIP TODAY— FREE FARE. . -
NOW FOR
HUMBOLDT COUNTY
ALL POINTS.
SEE THE BOSS HERE.
HE HIRES YOU. AND PAYS YOUR FARE.
300 men ' for all classes of work— Mlllmen.
yardmen and woodsmen. laborers, swampers,
crosscut sawyers, tree fellers, snipers, rissluj
pullers, etc.. wages $40 to $80 and found.
FKKE FARE— FREE FABE.
- ...- _ NEXT; WE. HAVE. - ,- .-
MEXDOCIXO— MENDOCINO.
VILL YOU GO? pt£SgK
40 laborers •' for woods, yards and mills for
general work, $40 and found.
23 tree fellers,. $60 to $30 and fonnd.
SHIP TODAY.
NOW
FOR A • GOOD ONE,
FARE RETURNED. -—
20 laborers for a big company. $50 and fd.
30 teamsters for the same place. $35 and' fd.
WOODS OF FRESNO DISTRICT. '
SO . crosscut sawyers and general woodsmen,
$00 and found.' *
\u25a0\u25a0Be now
CLOSE BY
SONOMA SONOMA
• WILL YOU GO?
6 car repairers. • $60 and fd. -
2 section foremen. $6O and f d. -
12 section laborers. $45 and fd.
' 15 lumber pliers. $52.50 and fd.
15 mill laborers. $52.50 and fd.
• •< SHIP ' ON THIS . TODAY.
-LOOK!!
LOOK— MINfcKS— LOOK.
BIG THINGS FOR MINERS.
GOLD— SILVER— COPPER
-AND COAL.-
25 hand and machine miners for Shasta county
gold mine. $00 to $07.50. \ . .
15 hand miners for Fresno county. . $90. J _
20 band and machine \u25a0• misers for Mariposa
\ county gold mine. $90 to $105, fare returned.:.
25 muckers, gold mine; E) Dorado county,
$?2.50. ' . .'\u25a0
20 shovelers or muckers for Calaveras county.
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
THE BIG. BIG TUNNELS.
50 machine and hand miners for th« W. P. R.
R.. $3 to $3.50 day.-
25 men for a-bigjpower company, your far*
returned,- 8 hours. $3.25.
POWER COMPANY.
25 machine , men for another big power com-
. pany, north, $3.50.
20 ' muckers for same power company, 13.50
10 chuck tenders for same place. $3.
COAL MIXERS. . -
15 men for a coal mine, largo vein, easy to
work, $1.25 ton and your fare- returned. v -
* Lu\BORERS. ._
HAVE WE ANYTHING FOR YOOI
YOU BET." •";-.-
AND GOOD THINGS. TOO.
mSm GLANCE AT THESE: *£tm£*Sl
15 laborers for another factory, far* 13e,
$6?.50.t0<575. •>'- \u25a0', \u25a0'\u25a0 . -\u25a0'
30" laborers for a big oil company, south, $2.50
•15 laborers'- for San , Mateo county ' steadr
.work, $2.50 d»y. -; -
10 laborers for big Iron company ."city $*»50
20 laborers for a . brick company, clos« by. '
12.60, board $4.50 and cheap fare. "
AND THE TEAMSTERS.
THE TEAMSTERS— THE TEAMSTERS
10 scraper teamsters, tare : only sc. a Job as
kwg as yoa. want It. $2.75 day. 9 honrs.
6 teamsters.' San 'Mateo coonty, 4 horses. $2
1 day and * board. - "\u25a0-' - ."- . .- . * _.^ ii . .
15 teamsters on the W.;P. B. R.;clom by $75.
_\u25a0 20 teamsters for a bfg teaming company see
boss here, 1 fare free. $:.\5O. . -*^".
3 teamsters for country stables, fare only 3Sc.
$35 and found. .--, . v • .•
ALL KINDS OF. OTHER' JOBS
On ranches. In the city, in the mountains etc.
Ask us to tell yon of them. '- . "'<'"••
: OUR -MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Tr "
/CONTAINS: • r -*-'\u0084
.13 .bridge carpenters. $3.50; blacksmith Oak-
land,- $4: 3 blacksmiths, city, machine work 's 4
; i&J.'' 4 «* bJ *ck s «»lth9 for a big mine, -north
$.J.8o; 3 coopers, near city.- $3.50: bench hand*
; city.- $:i.50; 3 tool . sharpeneni. close » by $73
.and fd.; 2 machinists, city. J3.30: 4 ma-
chinists,- -mining •; company. • -north -$3 s5- 1
v boner : makers, same company. $3.53; and hun- -
dreds • of ; other ; places fur ; all .- classes of »». "
cbanics -and -\u25a0 mechanics' -; helper*. \u25a0 <
- BOSSES AND FOREMEN;
2-Jranel.bos»*».- w «ee boss here. $200 month; 3
•shift bosses,' S. P. Co.. $3.30; {• rocS foremen,
$»v> and fa. ; I tunnel foreman." big waxes v
.-,„\u25a0 MURRAY & READY. *
V 11th * and Market sts..^ 8. F
6tb and Franklin sts.. Oakland.
•' LOOK— TELL EVERYBODY
300 FIRST CLASS-ROOMS. "
WHITE PALACE HOTEL.
NEVER CLOSES.
«. 30 S; 73c * nd -* l da y • toeludlnjr baths.
253 ROOMS FOR MECHANICS. ETC.- $"30
PER WEEK. INCLUDING . BATHs! ~
.-'..-« WHITE- PALACE HOTEIh
•IITH. AND MARKET STS.
-\u25a0'\u25a0_ FARMS— DAIRIES— RANCHES.
Jii P^jtJons for farmers. * wage* , from $35 to
$50 and l * f d. : 64 mUkers. ; aU over , ta«
$40 to $33 and' fd.: 82 ranch teamsters, wltft
wage* from $43. t0 $60 and fd.'-;
OT f "•" ' RE STAURANTS. ETC. '".
COOKS— I 7 cooka Vfor j; hotels, restaurtotj.
2c^gS^:rSo e m »' , .^tuutK*-. /
WAITERS— 93 .waiters for.clnb-. resorts, re»-
fd!^-^sts'^eV^*" 9^ tO '.*»
: lIISH \u0084WASH EftS-^We nave «ll»u washers' Job*
, In the. city, and country.^ at the springs.^ etc..
".VrJ^ tlme * wlth w 'se» from $23 to $30 fd.
\u25a0 BUTCHERS— Shop . butcher for . Contra i CosU
county. JDovkllUng. '565; -shop v «nd wagon
•?A che !i n t« : CUra r county, do alausßtertaf .
*-)O ana fd.''^>*MWßßiiiggßj|BnßBP<mta'^B
MARRIED -HELP— 12 different* places for B*a
.and! wives, hotels, restaurants, rancae*," pri-
vate places and camps.- •--:*• ~ - < \u25a0
THOUSANDS OF OTHER JOBS, __. t

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