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CITY REAL ESTATE
J«sn tn fi._so— Best selected urd only ints front-
;--.C <»«!d«»ii <.ate p»rk. ncrsn lini;|»>v'i>rd ttul <-nr
hat; graded; ready to build on: un inmitll-
fw« tn &">•!'\u25a0:!\u25a0• ..;v..>i. i i.»t*. unexcelled view-
Cum location*; mar <ars; term ha
fSnrt to $s<iO— Excelsior homestead, ocean Tiew
: and lots near P_rkside; any terms desired.
fMirt to $3.ooo— Cbolej cottages; jtood loea-
1 '
0.-«>sn*ide bran«-h nffior oo r . nvt an<l 4: , h
• •pen daily and Sunday.. .
MACKENZIE &• CM)ERHI_I..
nEAI> , I^I A J' E k AN £ ISWIUXCB BROKERS.
1006 Merchant* Exchange bui'dim:
$14.000— 45x_00; tear Mall dock; jp-oat war*.
.'.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0».• site; see It .and make some money
. f3,oo6— Pair epSeudid C room Cats; modern; re.iit
$.3, 509— <5 room*, all improvements: built by
flay work; Clement st. near new boule-
vard; »cc it aud be convinced
J2.SOO— MvISO: .Ist «v. near Lake; pood ma-
rine view from this Jot.
$1,700 "ach for 2 lota; 23x100: IStb. St. near
$I.3oo— _s_J«; 17th *t. not far from Market.
This^ad_ will not appear in Sunday papers.
15.00 PER MONTH ~
We allow you to build vonr bouse <in our
. rr'Twrtr nnd all you hare" to pay is $0 per
:nonrb Interest until you get readj t.» pay
on the principal. * X.
KKN'DRICK COMPANY, A
1254 Market St .
>I:MSTROMi Construction and Enjrlneerinc Co
!2'."» <Jo!!fh *l. — We »m build you a 4 room
liouse, (650: 5 room. $1,000; 6 room, Jil MX)
Hats. 51. 500 upward: plastered, with plumb-
Ice finished In 3 weeks. Money loaned.
$s. Gso— Bargain; 2 story residence, 7 rooms and
'•::•:\u25a0.; driveway; on Scott st. near H_l?ht;
l«t alone srort'.i $4,000; >Jot 27x100; Up quick
CRANSTON. BELVEL. _ DWXEK, 373 Call
FOR fair — Ip to date 6 and 7 room residences;
in!y 1 left out of 8; all sold last few weoks-
12ih* it. bet. II and «I sti.. Sunset, near
«:oldcn Gate perk and cars. E. B. HALLETT.
' JiARGAIN — 34th st. aad Clement st.; f» room
cott_ge, exceptionally wi»ll built; Jot 25x220;
rrioe J2.800; $LOOO cash, balance easy ttims.
'«\u25a0 1.. McMAHOX & CO.. I^5G Sutler St.
in]; SAXJS — Ijot on Market street abore Sixth;
will take part cash, balance time or iucome
property. Addr«*.s box Call office.
DOOM •nhatantlal, pwtable, rnstlc bor.ne
«nd workshop; cheap, taaii. 12S0 Potrero
*t. near 24th.
4 ROOM rettArc for Kale on easy terms.
OSCAR HI-YMAN A CItUS.. 113 Montgomery.
J7.r<;o_ Two flats. Sutler near Bro<serick; worth
SS.OOQ: lot Box 500. Call.
i.-A. AI»AMS. gurteyor, VZfl McAllister ut.
r; "n» t-y-n <;n.
nEniCELEV HEAL ESTATE
• ( - i'"' — Now- 4 room cotta-e with bath, pantrr.
laundry, etc.; lot 40x120; convenient dis-
tance from statinns and close to carllne;
ra«r froutape; tcrmg $350 cash and £25
mcmthly.
J"i. <\u25a0'«\u25a0>— New 5 room high bEßemcnt cotta;e;
modern «nd up to date; lot 30x100; south
frontage;- street work and walks cum-
pletr; ht&dy to station and carliae; term*
\u25a0 • • JtKNt rash, balanr* $25 monthly.
. \u25a0y::.«KK^ — New 5 room b>icffalo«", with bath, pan-
try, laundry, etc.; south front: lot 40x
1.H5; street work and wnlks complete;
handy to earline; terms $5(.>0 down, bal-
• ne# tnocthly.
5". .T.vi-T .New <3 wx^m btinpalow, with bath, pan-
. try. Unndry. c-ombination flituref, etc.;
rst-t frontajre; *tre«t work and walks
-^•mplete; ni<>e lot: terms $600 cash, bal-
ance monthly, same as rent.
OAKLtXD HEAL ESTATE
.BHY — A — BUNGAXOW — BARGAIN^"
. Kxceptionally pirtty home containing 6 larse
.. r-»oin«; on -lot 50x125 feet:' ln choice residence
location 1n Fruit Tale; strictly modern end high
cla»n; lar?» Jlric^ room, massire fireplace;
•beamed ci>il!nps: cement walks: 2 toilets: open
lawns. **t<". ; a fine bungalow home at a bargain;
• Racy term»;. part o»>::. balance monthly pay-
menu. See owner.'at 2«03 Peralta »t., Fruit-
yle. pear Uavis yt.. Puudays only.
FINE modern Cat*. 9 block* city hall. Owner,
i ;;'.« U'fft, >-orr«T '2><h. Onkland.
'\u25a0•'-. . PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE
•\u25a0^T«tCK and train . ranch In Wathln^on to ejt-
• •" chanpe .for property and merchandise in south-
ern' CalitornU. A<idret>ii L. 8., No. 543, Oar>
fte ; d. Wgth.
: [7 ~^~i~ealc~~ ZHZ
•'15KI<"K 6tore, wbo'evcle diatrict; 2 story and
'.>•-• ii. rxi ; 60x*5. B. & M., 36 Kearny st.
lo lejiae—Roox.iag house, Sutter and Stelner
n>. Arply New Al.nzar tl^ater.
LOJT^^AXD_FOUXD
l.'»ST — A passbook with the Hibemla Savings
. end Loan Society cf San Francisco, in- the
name, of IreDe Sh*»elian. No. 31JM2Lf>. The
f.nd«>r will ;.'«'P.h.r return to bank. Unless ;ame
is rerurnM within f> days a new book will be
' issued to the applicant.
LOST— Jsnnsry SO. at Christian Science hall,
during performance by Josef Hofmann, a dark
blue leather b»g <-ou»alnio£ valuables. Suitable
reward If retnrkf-d to MRS. JOSEF HOF-
MANX. Kot<-I Ht. Francis. '
L."ST — Toady's pold w»tch with monogram M.
H. Mar. -Id inside ea*e on Friday evening
between hours of 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock.
Finder win receive reward If returned to
5."l0 Steirjer nt.
f2f> BEWAK!) for "information of a brown male
" pop. white breast and toe tips; name
"Mapr'"; Btolea from Vi*ta Urande, January
22. Address K. A. SMACK. Colma, Cut.
I.OST — Frb. 1, a ptirse rnr.tainine registered
rclntcß sto<-V, ncmtwred 21ii2. and money; Hh-
• eral reward. Return to A. M.. 1453 Franklin.
HOST — In «>?!klenrl <t Bcrk'-ley. Scotch pin. size
«lol!ar: silvrr thistle center, yellow stones sur-
rounding: reward. Phone Herkeley f>4o.
I.OKT — Monday nlpht. near Dreamland Rink, a
diamond star pin; liberal n-ward. 2214 Jackson.
j.ost— I.tdy's fi'ilitalre diamond rlnp: liberal
' reward. Addres* box 20!*5. Call office.
1 KyflTi- fttfr'm fwlt: 2 gold buckles, riease re-
turn to 2702 l : nlon ft.
CAS FIXTURES AMI LIGHTS
I.ARGKST n<v;k in pas fixtures, pas light*/ man-
KtlMi. p!obe*. cbimqeys, pas lamps. LCBIN,
plumbing and pas fittinp, 47:t Valencia nr. 10th.
FOR S ALE--! MISCELLANEOUS^
CASH KEUISTCRS
We ran pi^e yoo the most phenomenal bar-
rains In Weond band cash registers ever of-
fered. Compare these prices with the prices
|»d*rrtifed by others:
2 counter nsabofacy National, worth $290.
for only $225
Tr>tal adder, with tape, 5c to $20. suitable
for rrwery 175
ricln total adder, 6c to $S*.»s x. 110
Detail adding regri*ter for Msar stand, the
same as other* eel! fnr $15: new 23
Hallwoods end other tnaken at $25. The
raslcst terms.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO..
1040 Market Street.
______ _____ _____ .
Eiejrsnt B*4 ft. porcelain lined bath rob.
SO pal. 200 pound tested boiler.
. Elepant lavatory.
l*x3Q white enameled eink.
One week only, $32.50.
Open Snndaya. 0 to 4. 1f«:4 Post st.
_0 eh^ife fj-esti milch cows and eprlnjrers for
M_c: there are some extra fine milkers; you j
> «r. buy one <-r all; prices from $';.% to $60. |
SAM AFTERGUT CO., cor. MlKSion st. and
Siirer _re.
TENTS «t factory rrlces: all Blres; send for
catalogue. W. A. PLIIMMER. U5-117- Drunan
•t.. S«n Francisco; tel. Temporary BOSH. And
560-sfcg Franklin St.. Oakland; tel. Oak'd 2T^3.
Krsrocied slffn*. metal nuicben*. all kindit; write j
for prices. l*helps Bros.. 55 McAllister st.
» - \u25a0\u25a0
CASH registers; Nationals and Ha U woods: all j
vtyles and st_es. $25. and up: email monthly!
payments. Pacific <V>a?t Cash Register Co..
1_32-&t Market St.. comer L-rklo. - \u25a0 i
P>' K '.«OS, boIsU, rotarle*. motors, generator
lets from 1 to 300 K. \V. for sale or rent.
M. A. FarnsworU. Electrical M. 4s M. Wks.
Note new «ddrees. 16 Natoma st,
KOB eale — Cami>bell press; 2 revolution; 4
roller: plate distribution: 37x32 bed; $500;
"terms. BUILDER PRINTING CO., 1525 Mis-
sion «t/ -.
LAUNCHES, new and sllxbtly used. Cal. Launch
Works. Pac. Coast agents for Peninsular mo-
tor. Blandicg ay.. Park st.. Alameda.
ELECTRIC SIGNS— WiII pay you to ccc ours
before ordering elsewhere. MOISE-KLJNKNKR,
1212 Market <s_ \u25a0 -' \u25a0 '
TYPEWRITER. $100 machine, brand new, $40;
typewriter desk, $20. WALTER SCOTT, 813
Market »t. • \u25a0
FBCONI> hand pipe and pipe fittlncs. cheap.
Am. Scrap Iron and Metal Co., 16S.< Howard.
EDISON Moving Picture maculne and Slereoptl-
con«=; bargain. GEO.BRECK, 552 Grove st.
V\> make _H <be latest styles. PACIKIO
COAST RATTAN CO.. 511 G«W«_ Cat* _r..
How to Write, and Answer .Classified Want Ads
-.. -. " .\u25a0 ; -\u25a0;-\u25a0 .". \u25a0 ; V. /;/> -\u25a0 \u25a0 : \u0084\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0;„ -.-,»- .; : ':-.^ : \u25a0'"..''.' ; \u25a0"\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0- -\u25a0•\u25a0' - ;
How to Write a Want Ad to Get : ;: - ; - ''EXAMPLE '>-.}._
a Position a 5 Local Representative SITUATION wanted as local representative or • '
. . manaKpr.,.bj- young married man 2S years or
, " age; desire to build up the real estate business
npHE qualities especially required in a Local Rep- %uPtoZJ«MU.™t™l& i :^*%£ a i \i ,
I resentative or Manage? for any kind- of business : . ? n a ? n^S B %" t M rf.i eeX'XW uTSim 11 ! '
are executive ability, lots of push and enthusiasm know the. conditions. here thoroughly: bPiug_a;
, , -.-, , ' _ y • . , . \u25a0-. , . native of this city, lharn a wide and valuable
and knowledge of men. It matters not the business afqualniance, «mnnj the best businessmen and^^^
\u0084 . '*;\u25a0 Vj _. ' .. •.•• j. j rroperty owners; have (rood high school educa- .
— if you have these qualities, together With added j lon and can furnlnh the very highest of refer-
education and experience, you are a valuable man for '&t*ls&l't3X2s?&%r,
nnv himin^*:* other work at any timer know how. to handle
any oubincss. men under me aQd aTe the aD nn y to get the.
' \u25a0 most from them, as well as to inspire in them .•
State the kind or nature of business you desire loyalty and enthusiasm; can make investment c, v. \u25a0.-.-.•-.\u25a0
, . f- . - or furnish bond; salary basis will depend upon . ! -'_4
to represent. Give your age, business experience, proposition submitted. Address h.j.k. 432/
, *\ , , , , 4.1, ~,~~l*;A «^ Call office, v -
educational advantages, and whether manned or ;\'- \u25a0 \u25a0 -* -.-
Single. Impress upon your possible employer that you . "Situations Wanted" — Male, Miscellaneoui.
are one of the "live ones," and that you possess the fbSsli
proposition you may take up. Temperate and reg- '-".. r TT*O sum up ; — State your age, busi-
ular habits are essential. The ability to approach J^ ness experience and the nature
high grade business houses as well as influential of house you desire to represent,
people will be one of the things demanded by any Impress /^he fact in your .Want Ad
house looking for a Local Manager. "that you are/an earnest,, hard working
Suggest the particular territory you are familiar , direct ideas that will bring new busi-
with and state whether you have ever had credit ness
experience. A man of good moral character and
who is not afraid to work with all his might will .
attract the man looking for a Local Representative.
If you have had selling experience, say so. Mention
the'basis of salary or commission you desire and the
Copyright. ' 1907.' by George Matthew Adams.
FOR SALE — Miscellaneous — Continued
JAPANESE vases and portieres; also steel en-
gnvinjrs «nd oil painting!!. Box 2092. Call.
McINTOSU & WOLFMANN. second band bgllera,
pulleys; machine work. SlB Howard st.
BAMBOO furniture made to order; Japanese art
ccods. Yokohama & Co.. 2206 Fillmore st. "
SCHOOL books bought. Kinjr's old book store,
MM Golden Gate it, near Oetaria Ft.
OAKLAND pound. 2(Jth and Peralta et*.— Uunl-
inc and bouse dors for sale.
SAFES — New and second band. Tile Hermann
Safe Co., 120-130 Folsrnn St.
FOII sale — Rotary, new style; No. C. Box 20C2.
Call offlce.
CNCAI-LED FOR SUITS
UNCALLED FOR SUITS. TROUSERS & OVKR-
COATS AT LESS THAN COST. "ATTELL'S,"
igß3 McAllister near fillmore.
MISCEIXAXEOUS WAXTjf
DRESS SUITS. TUXEDOS AND PRINCE AL-
BERTS BOUGHT. L. SKOLL. TAILOR. 7<i7
GOLDEN GATE AY. PnONB MARKET 4BSI.
A — GENTS' second hand rlothinj; bought and
gold. MUSIX. 1290 A Eddy »t. cor Bngbanan. .
SIOXEY TO LOAX
MONEL LOANED on furniture, pianoa and otber
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms
In the city: see others, then SEE- MB AND BB
CONVINCED. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
(2.25 week repays $50 log-u end costs.
GEORGE W. MILLER.
; Boom S5. No. 3009 16th st.. BW. cor. Mission.
THE -STRINGER LOAN COMPANY
Loans en FURNITURE. PIANOS. SALARIES.
Ccnfldential: you retain poFsesslon.
P*r In small WEEKLY or MONTHLY oaymentn.
Room 21. 10 THIRD ST.. adjoining THB
CALL. Oakland *>;nce, room 6. lOlS'-i BROAD-
WAY. ' . \u25a0 .- -. \u25a0 \u25a0 ,
Mu.NKY loaced salaried "people and others npon"
tbelr own names without security, cheapest
rates; easiest payments: offices in 63 principal
Cities; e*Te yourself money by 'getting oar
tenni first. TOLLMAN, room 137, 787 Market
St.. 8. F.. ted room U, 400 lJtth St.. Oakland.
AA — Before borrowing pet our terms. Loans on
furniture, pianos, horse*, etc. (without re-
mOTal); $10 to J2OO. HOUSEHOLD LOAN
CO.. room 70, 509 Golden Gate at. at Polk st.
Phone Market 5329. c- room 3. Macdonough
building. Oakland.
MONTY to loan— ssoo,ooo In amounts of Jl.OOO
to $20,000; flr*t mortstce real estate only.
Talk It over with us. KDWARDS, SILVER
It CLOVER. Inc.. formerly Edwards, Chris*
tensen & Goodwin, 65 Geary st. Phone Kearnjr
1471.
tASy payment loans on furniture, pianos, ware-
house receipts or security of any kind: busi-
ness strictly confidential; eltc us a call. I •
ILLINOIS TRUST CO.. 1318 Eddj it., hair
block from Fillmore: telephone Weft 6745.
MONEY advanced salaried people; low rates; con-
fidential. D. D. DRAKE, 9 Dean building, 968
Market St.: 12 Bacon block. Oakland; Bank of
Richmond bids.. Point JMchmond.
SALARY loans — Ladies and gentlemen without pe-
curlty; notes and commercial paper bought ; con-
fidential. Room 313, Merchants' Exchange bldg.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort-
fra£e. or on any Kfcurirv: no delay; low ratea.
O. W. BECKER, 2111 Fillmore near California.
HERMAN MURPHY.
548 Market st.
First acrt second rates., estate*, legacies. »tc.
ANY EQin let, 2d, V,i mortgages. Interest In
estates. R. McCOLGAN. room* 814-315. '-U
Moqigomery Bt. ,
LOANS en salaries, S. F. Discount Agency, 411
Pacific bldg.. 4th and Mfct.; fmly. Phelan bldg.
ON furniture, pianos, horses, diamonds, etc.
BECKER. 2111 Fillmore st. near California.
ADVANCES made on diamonds. BALDWIN
JEWELRY STORE. 1261 Van Wcm at Suttfr.
MORRELL — Cash loaned to salaried men on note
without inddrser. 922 Monadnock building.
HOMES built: part payment cash. bal. monthly.
Call bet. 12 and 2p. tn.. 1.162 Eddy tit. .' \u25a0-;
MOSEY WANTED
WANTED— FIHST MORTGAGE LOAN" OF
*100,000 AT 8 PER CKNT. ADDRKSS
M. SWAIN.
405 GOLDKN GATE AY.
ABE you satisfied with 4 per cent interest when
too can cet as hifrh as T and 8 per cent net on
Brst mortfaires. tilt edfe real estate security?
Talk It over with us. EDWARDS. SILVEK 4
CLOVEB. formerly Edwards, Cbristensen '*
Goodwin. 5S Geary st. Phone Kearny 1471.
WANlliD — Loaus from J5OO to $:<O,«)OtJ at 7 per
cent to 9 per cent. The security In real es-
tate. If you have any money to loan see us.
Beal estate is the best interest payin? and the
safest lnTestment. Armstrong Construction and
Engineering Compuny. 121fi Gongh st.
MEDICAL
LADIES' SPECIALIST. ••
CONSULTATION and ADVICE is free to all
who "call on me. ' ' , _\u25a0 -
My offii-es are arranged so that every LADT
\u25a0calling is assured «he STRICTEST prlrscy.
UELIFJ' 1 U GDARAXTEKD -'In eTOrj* caw.
Fee low. If you bare never Vailed un me ask
rr.ur frleDd*. They know me. Established In
San Francisco for years.
ALWAYS consult tiie old ,RKL!ABLE SPE-
CIALIST In r«M« of a PRIVATE and DELI-
CATE NATURE. Private diseases quickly and
permanently cured.
dr: hoff. ,
2g35 mission Bt. x ear 22d.
Hours— lo to l'J. 2to A," tp S; ,
Mrs. Dr. Sweet, graduate of the Royal Univer-
sity of BoriJn^.'iO jeaw' : successful practice;
cures all ladies' coniplalnts; no Instruments
used. 332G 16th sh.nr. Dolores.
Mrs. Dr. Cornelius, reliable ladies' specialist:^.'o
yrs. successful eip; in obstetrics. 701 . Goush.
Dr.- C."*C. O'Donnell, renownprj femHle specialist
912 DeriMdero.brt. McAllister «nd G. 0.. nv.
lIL.OOD I'OISOX Ct'IlED
BL<-JOD - We. guarantee to cure all contracted
POISON dl^easee, Kktn difieases, Brigbt's disc.-..-©
CURED and Diabetes;, either rex; inexpeuvlve
IN borne treatment; consultation free; write
THIRTY or call; Clinic of Helen Medicinal Spgs;
DAYS - R/.210 Pacific hide.. 4th k Mkt.. y.'.<\
* iIAYEULE'S; EYE WATEU
BRIGHT, KTRONU and HEALTHY EYEsTTthT
result of using :: Mayerle's , Eyewater — 50c; ?by
=.. mall . 65c. - George Mayerle,' German . expert on-
tldan. 1149 G. G. af.. S. F. Phone West 37(tQ.
MIXES AXDMIMXG
UciLD, amalgam, rich ore bought; 'cash; assaying
COc. rineer Assay Co., X3l 6th,et.'nr. HowarU.
THE' SAy FRiVyOISCO : ; -."GALLV :^VEDyESDAY^:!FEBBUA^Y: 5. 190 S. >
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
STATHAM pl«nos. 24 UIII st. off Valencia het.
21st and 22d; no rent mean* low prices; rent-
ed or sold on easy payments. Open evenings.
Automatic electric Blot • orchestrions and piano*,
Edison and Victor talking machines, wholesale
and retail. Peter BaWgalup! & Sons, 1021 <:.<;.
SOHMER, Byron Mauzy pianos, Oeelian piano
player. BYßON MAUZY, 1175 O'l'arrell st.
CHEAP for cash or payment*, new and u*«-d pi-
anos. JOS. SCHMITZ & CO., 430 Devteadero.
$100 Guild upright;, this is a bargain. HORN-
UNO. 1554 Eddy st. near Flllmore. : '
PIUVATK part; offers a fine standard upright
piano for $115. HGG Bush st.
BEAUTIFUL upright pisno, $110. 460 20tU *t
near Telegraph. Oakland.
GOOD iriiri^lit $85, payment! ; take lens for rash,
1311 Oolden Gate it. \u25a0 . - .-.
MATIIIMOXIAL
fuULD you marry if suited? If so, become a
member of my matrimonial club; if yon art
sincere and wish to marry you should becom*
a member. For particulars write to MES. KOII-
LER. 1448 O'Farrell, Inclosing eelrVaddress^d
end stamped cn velop*. Correspondence solicited.
MERCHANT owning Borne lot* in San Francisco
vronld like to make the acquaintance of a
widow with a fey: hundred dollars to assist
him to build on same; object ma trim oar. Box
2054.. Call office.
DO not be deceived; the only reliable int'.j-l-
monlsl bureau you will find is Mils. WOL-
TERS. 1711 Geary St.; established 1900.
LADIES end GENTS wishing to marry call or
write MRS. MCCARTHY. 373 llalgbt «t.:
send gf»c for Informatiou. \u25a0\u25a0
~~. MWN'S SPECIALISTS
WEST MEDICAL CO.. SPECIAL DOCTORS FOR
DISEASES OB 1 MEN ONLY; LOW FEE;
HOURS. O TO 9." 1035 GOLDEN GATE *V. --.
MODKL and NOVELTY MAXUFACTiFR
MODELS, experimental and special;: machinery
designed and manufactured; - tools, and " dies;
\u25a0rears, punching work, novelties manufactured.
M. V. SCHELI,." 1750 Union St.* pear Gongh.
MATERNITY HOMES " . . .
S. F. LYING-IN HOME, 1191 Oak st. near park.
DR. LORD, pby. In charge: disease* of women.
MOSAIC AND ART GLASS
UNITED GLASS WORKS. 115 TURK ST.
All kind* of Art. Leaded and Mosaic Glass.
I'hone Franklin 1763. H. R. HOPPS. Prop. .
HEMOURnoiDS
ALBERT J. ATKINS, M. D— Rectal diseases.
If/t9 Franklin nt.; hours 1 to 4.
\u25a0 \u25a0 ' ERSO _ :VA . I 'S
MRS. JOHN CADY, come and see Mrs. O'Don-
noll. 19 Eureka. \u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0
BUSINESS PERSONALS
ABOUT LUMPS IN WOMAN'S BREAST
"Lumps In the Breast Sure Death."
Dr. R. It. Chamley, the acknowledged, au-
thority in America on Cancer, says In his book
on cancers and tumors cured without knife or
pain that anj>lump la, woman's breast is can-
cer. The book teaches that any tumor, lump
or gore on the lip, face or anywhere Fix months
Is cancer. The doctor offers $1,000 if be fails
to cure any cancer he treats before it poisons
di>ep glands, and charges nothing until cured.
Rtrlctly reliable; ao X*ray or other swindle.
The book Is full of ministers'; doctors' and
millionaires' testimonials, many of them right
here. The leading newspapers and medical
Journals the world over bare given him great
praise; no man is doing a grander work for
humanity. He has been curing > cancers over a
third of a \u25a0 century. Investigate bis absolute
guarantee. The book in sent free to those who
describe their cancer, 50. cents to others. The
roader may save a life by sending this to some
one with cancer. "Address Dr.' and -Mrs. Dr.
Chamley & Co., 606 McAllister st., San Fran-
ciaro, Cal.. suite 9.
EXPERT ELECTROLYSIS. ', ~
I positively guarantee to remove permanently
and painlessly the most stubborn - growth 1 of
superfluous hair wltb the Five Electric Needle
Method. Having. devoted 12 years to the study
and practk-e of. electrolysis, I have the! most
modern scleotiflc. appliances now in nse.operat-
Ins one to five needles at once,; thus assuring
my patients a (Treat saving in time and expense.
MRS. L. BARRETT-WILSON. : expert electro-
loglst, 1816 Fillmora st. near f Sutter. ; Phone
West 1500. '
Sf'PLRFLUOUS hair, birthmarks, moles, cured
- by absorption, ?L' In order . to prove the per-
manency of this. • the absorption treatment, . 1
will give any patient of superfluous hair 1 free
treatment during week of February 3, give it
1 month's trial, . and if then satisfied give me
your case •. and allow > tnf ' t« effoct - a cure,
BEATRICE ST. JOHN, skin eperlalist. 1575
Bush st/ near Van Ness ay.; hours 11- a. m.
to 7 p. m. .
SUPERFLUOUS bair removed by electric needle.
MISS C. DUDLKY, Stanford Hair Dressing par-
lor-,. 1590 Calif, cor. Polk. ; tel. Franklla 1402.1
I'KKSONAI. — Weak men, remarkable^ new scien-
tific invention^ and discovery; instantly restores
• •'complete, ; permanent sexuat- health; "inspires
. rnnndence nnd pplrlt; immediately; 'nothlns-:lu
the worW- like It;-, no doqbts.'no, waiting; we
: .prove It fre<*vcoramcnded by highest iEoroppan
nutboritics; full information mailed you in con-
fidence in plain sealed letter.. The Gottscball Co.;
: ( Dcpt. 131 ) , •' 84 ?. Mohawk st. , \ Buffalo, -v N. SY.
.Not a C. O. D.\scheme;-nothlnsr:mlslcadlng.::,r
~~- -SUPERFLUOUS HAIR :.
On a .' lady's . face s it unsightly;, and •' bumilla t lng,
and ' Alto adds age to her appearance. I will
positively .guarantee" to remove \u25a0 superfluous' hair
and all ; facial ; blomishes, ; such as j warts,", moles,'
broken : veins ; : arch . the : eyebrows, which greatly
enhances facial expression -and beauty.. MRS; MV
CUMMINGS, 1175 O'Farrell st.,: BYRON: MAUZY
BUILDING. Advice -free, y- : , » . \u0084
ELECTRO-VIBBO TREATMENT ; ;r; . '.
\u25a0\u25a0 For the , cure tof •\u25a0\u25a0 rheumatlani.i.constlpatlonr"'
headache, • indigestion, ; lumbago, ' sciatica," par-
alysis, - catarrh, vertigo,, obesity,: deaf ness,' bust
: ,and body ; development ?and; female: weakness:
treatments -%V,' 12 " treatments" slo; < hand and
\u25a0 electric - vibra tors : for - sale > from ' $3 - -; . to .1 530."
| HEALTH VIBRATOR OFFICE, ;I62S Sutter St.:
WIGS, i toupees.* front pieces, , that fit; * purest halt
; '.-. osed : • balr - dresf lng,~ ehampoolng, \u25a0:. d/ejng,>"etc."
O: LEDERRn; v , 227l 'CalifornU, St.- near. Web-
: ster,;; formerly. at , I»3: Stockton; -estab. j 1868.'
< i..-= EXPERT- ELBCTROLYSIS \u25a0. (PAINLESS) " .
Superfluous hair remvd.;B Elec. Needle Method.
-> Jdn,? !;• fi, Wifepn;; cs r t, 13 jrs. •; 18^ J'lnmorj.
BUSINESS PKRSOXALS — Continued
AAA.-THE CD. WILLIAMS 30 DAY SHOfIT-
HAND SCHOOL, by a new method, positively
Kuarsutees to . maku yon expert KtenogTapber,
| reqdjr to take a position, after 30 days' study;
why spend <$ months? School 710 Gough *t.
nr. McAllister; CD. WILLIAMS, principal.
REDWOOD CITY— Joe Rodgers" place, nest to
the depot, had changed hands; hereafter 'it
will be run first class and up to dnle, by E. F.
Schumacher aud Mike. Mnran- of the Redw>o<l
City bouse; opening night Saturday, February- 8.
THE MOST WOXDKUFUL DISCOVERIES on
the cure of oiiucer ever published In book form,
by Dr. S. R. Cbamley,' the: noted cancer spe-
cialist; send for It, It's free. C% McAllister
. et., suite a, San Francisco. Cal.
VIA VI HYGIENE BOOK., cloth bound, explains
how diseases may be overcome \u25a0 NATURALLY.
Book free up<Mi application. Address TUB
VIAVI CO., INC.. 630 65^ Plae St.. city.
8. BTHUJ6YNSKI CO.. \u25a0 1280 Gutter St.— Wlss
and toupees as they should be made: artistic
Imlr drftdlnc. manicuring, facial treatment
snd balr dyeing; Marcel wavln?. \u25a0
SUPERFLUOUS hatr : removed by electric needle!
MISS C. DUDLEY. Stanford Hair Dressing par-
lore, 1500 Calif, cor. Polk.; tel. Franklin 1402.
A— MBS. L. E.HARTMAN— Baths an i massage:
everytbtnc clean and sanitary. Suite 12,- 1175
O'F»rrell: phone. Franklin 3234, Open Sundays,
UNCALLED for suits, overcoat* and trousers at
)e?s than cost at CHAS. LYONS', the London
tailor. 1 432 Fillmore st. bet. Kills & O'Farre!!.
TURKISH baths and massage treatment; 6trictly
aanitary and medicinal. 1735 111 th a*., Sunset
district. Bills, .st. car.
YOUNG woman wishes a few private customer*;
graduate massage. 1726 O'Farrell St., room 3.
POSTAGK stamps, albums, catalogs, etc.; collect
tions bought. H. W. "Doscher & Co.. 1129 Geary
SUPERFLUOUS balr removed; electric needle*
Eaton method." Mrs. Cummings, 1175 O'Farrell.
DR.: MANASSE, cculUt optician; free consulta-
tion regarding eyes. 1920 Post nr. FlUmore.
SUPERFLUOUS hair/moles.' birthmarks, cured.
by absorption. $1. ST. JOHN. 1573 Bush st.
DOCTORS, and hospital, $1 monthly.
. C»lr: Hosp." Co., 2065 Market. Solicitors wanted.
BATTLE rCRKKK . tre.nfments; forn* removed
without pain; lady operators. 1201 Q. Gate ar.
By' yonnir woman, a few private cus-
tomers; manicuring. 1031 FlUmore «t.. apt. 7.
OOLDSTEI^. CO., theatrical and n»«Kqo«riid« cos-
tumes, 821 Van Ness; country order* nolicited.
TUB baths, magnetic, alcohol, ms^gare. ft to - H
p. m.; open Sunday 9; bell No. 1. 837 Valencia.
MIIB. JAHN COSTUME COMPANY.
Post and Van Neu. Country order* | solicited.
TUEO.TUKYER.wIs and toupee, ranker. UO2
California Bt.. formerly of 331 Kearny. nt.
MME. N. WILLIAMR, massage and elpctrletrpat-
\u25a0 ment; )adlcs and gents. 1422 Tnr'j, . trnltn 6.
MRS. HKLKN DERBKR. graduate masseuse;
electrical treatment. 1206 Golden Gate ay.
MISS.V. BRADLKY. Corona Hotel, 11 Taylor at,
near Market — Manlcurine and. massage.
MISS B. LKE, scrlp treatments, shampoolns.
1045 Market st, room 76. third floor..
MAXICUUINU parlors— lo-11. 725 Geary st. nr.
. Leavenworth; select patrons. . '
FIUST CLASS upholstering done at your bouse.
6. J. JWySEN.I7OI Turk st,
MMX. J. HAUMAUD. French corset maker, Itiu9
Slitter St.
OFFICES AXD STORES TO LET
LARKIN St., 1001. cor. Post— New Stores with
basements and living rooms; permanent brick
building; center of apartment houses, hotels
and car lines; elegant location for saloon,
tailor, crocer. barber, etc.; rent low.' Apply
owner, premises. 10 o'clock dally, - .
TO RENT— OFFICES '.-./;
Suitable for lawyers, doctors, artists and oth-
ers; Including: lighting, elevator service, jani-
tor, etc.. from JB.; $10. $12. Apply Montgom-
,ery block. 628 "Montgomery st. : \u25a0 ' '• ,
MARKET st. offices. 9x9 inside; $12.80 and up,
lncluriinc light and heat Inquire UHL BKOS.
" 723 Market St. ,
MONTGOMERY -av. and Chestnut; large new
• etoresr $10 a month; fine location for saloon
.or restaurant.- . . •
GALVANIZKD Iron bldjr. warehocso or shop. iai
Cth -gt. nr. Natoma." Key »t »«<»iiv office.
"HOUSES TO LET— Fnrnlahed
ELKGANTLY furnished; house; choioe location; 9
mnny rooms, etc. B. & M. Co.. 36 Kearny ft.
HOUSES FOR SAL.X— Furnished
CKANDALLI: 1400 McAllister st., buys, sells,'
: trades, lodging bouses, ,' fumjshed flats; "bar-
• rains. . •. . •. . . .\u25a0 -. \u25a0 : \u25a0\u25a0• -. »" -. \u25a0 -. \u25a0: . '
\u0084 . '\u0084 OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET >
BEKINS VAnI AND.-STORAGK CO.— We have
\u0084 the best , warehouse In the I west .: (only/ covered
• vans used);! reduced rate shippers. 968 Broad-
way. Oakland: ' v '\u25a0:\u25a0--> -". ; . . ' ? '.:
Ji 1 , ' WAXTED '. \u25a0 ':._'\u25a0*/&
WANTED— To rent for s summer months :in San
- Rafael or neighborhood of iMenlo Park, -fairly
lsr(re."> modern, -well' furnished house; will p»y
liberal - rent. -Address • box 88, Call office
1651 Flllmoroist.- \u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-"\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0'•' / ' \u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0'.\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0-\u25a0.-
; : APAHTMEXTS
••-"\u25a0'-'!"•"- KENTLWOrVh : ':~^ . . \u25a0:•\u25a0'\u25a0
•.'• y.' K. - cor. > Bush and ' Poireii «ts.
3 nnd 4 < room \u25a0furnished apartment?, complete
,v am!, modern -In. all appointments and servlce.^^.
BOUCHARD— Electric (Hunted.? steam li eat, bnth
.\u25a0 In each I apartment : ' half • block from Ke y • Route
.;-- Inn. ,; 1560 »^ Broadway, Oakland./ , " - f X
TUB uWAWONA. 2189 Pine nr. - Webster— Newly
'\u25a0}\u25a0 fnrnlshed.' 2 to S room a: rent reduced. • '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0'
HOTELS
THE, REGENT, ' — ~— —
( EU RO PE A N VI Lk N )
: ., 5G2 StTTTER STREET. ' :-
Powell "and M»son, . central ' location;
= iy modern 7 \u25a0 etory .;• building ; : ~:. all outside i sunny:
; , rooms ; and \u25a0\u25a0 baths; ': en - salt« « or ;; single; \u25a0 band-
?> Bomely,; furnished ; prices • moderate.: \u25a0> ,_, V.' v:-';v :-';
ROOMS^-sdl' 'to * $1.50 - PER DAY— ROOMS
- V: •-.-\u25a0.-:; PLANTERS'* HOTEL, *
- COR. ".2D*andnFOLSOM= RTS. \u25a0 •
' 150 neatlyi furnished'' outsider rooms); bot5 and
: cold ". watery In .'every i room; i electric- lighted;
\u25a0 '.weekly. rate $2.50;<15t class cafe In conjunction
HOTKL^ST. : PAUL, v035-037:f Kearny ?Rt.t-cor.i
] \u25a0-• Montjromery ; " BT..V San^ Francisco-r-200 "i rooms "
-.European^plan.^SOcLtoJll.JiO d.; $2.C0 to §S «v."
INTKRNATIONAL l HOTEL. 1 ;; cprner » Kearny £ »n(t
«', Jnrkson-^-Rooms ;;50c iiiip;*; special l'Tates s we?k
\u25a0 and ; mon^h ; hot j and 5 cold \u25a0 w«iter; In ejery \ roouC
1 1 •.-;•" .-.; '\u25a0-.. - HOTELS— Continued ;±4 \u25a0- \u25a0;';.- ~,- 3
.THE, MARlAN— Mission st. near J7th; swell -2
-\u25a0nnflr 3 j room' sunny honsa keeping apartmeutsf
furnished - and:: unfurnUhed;. wall' bed*. ga%
ranges, phonos, hot water,'-, baths, ' Janitor
\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0service; : $18. 50, up. \u25a0 ..-'\u25a0-* •'\u25a0-\u25a0 ::*:....
j ROYAL HOUSE, cor- 4th and Howard— Europe* n
; plan;':cafe' In connection:"" rates SOc.*" -75c, $1.
$Lso' ; per day; reduced ; weekly rates; . lvadtns:
room; hot-; and cold. water Id every mi.; bath*.
HOTEL MENLO— O'Farrell st.nr. Mason; 6 story
\u25a0~. class* A bldff.;>6o baths: jingle or en suite;? all :
' . ontsjde; eunny;" elegantly furnished; tourist and 1
! country patronage \u25a0 solicited ; - popular i prices. '
HOTEL SOUTHERN,' B2B Sd-ut. near Folsom—
;-*-. Car*-' from : 'Sd*. and -Townsend -and \u25a0 ferry ; door,'
-.. Rooms* soc -to $1.60 a day i $2 to $4- a week.
HOTEL AMERICA, 1043-1045 .: Market st.— iOc
\u25a0to $2 ' per ' day ; \u25a0$3 per weft up- Medium
\u25a0 priced,, with -all .modern- convenience*. v . f A ."
PACIFIC' GRAND HOTEL. 127131 Ellis St.—
.First class elegantly furnished rooms, $1 day
"up; ?25,t0 $40 per month, :,-" '\u0084...\u25a0"
THE: MARTINET," 1101 Geary Ft.; take Slitter
Geary or O'Farrell ; St." cars; single rooms $1
- up; suites $L.SO up.
HOTEL. BRILLIANT. 545 -Turk st. bet. Larktn
and Polk — Fireproof ; bldg. ; 200 rooms; 100
private baths. \u25a0 . . . }: .' . . ,
Lick House, oth & Mission sts. opp. U. S. mint;
strictly first \u25a0 class ;" 50« to $2. Take streetcar.
HOTEL MARS. 343 Golden Gate ay. nr. Larkin
\u25a0 $1 a day;- hot and- cold water; private baths.
MILLKR'S EXPRESS (baggage a specialty* —
.Quiet*: service. 435 Eddy; phone Franklin 273.
NEW WESTERN HOTL (Enropean plan>, ! .'XE.
cor. Kearny and Washington; old location.
THK MASON', 40 Fulton st. near Larkin: suites
and singles; modern; transient solicited.
HOTEL ST. PAUL, C2S *l2rh st. corner Clay,
Oakland— 3oo furnished moms. -. . \u25a0 .
HOTEL. CORONA, 11 Taylor st. ; outside rooma;
•modern; $1 day; transient.'
WANT a job? Find it here. Want competent
help? Find It here. • \u25a0 : \u25a0
FLATS .TO LET ,
HAVES St.. 2267— A lovely 4 room flat: with
. Bucb.ua .. gvateM and decorated ceilings In par-
lor aud dining room; Janitor; ovcrluoklni
Golden Gate park; on car' line; rent $30;
something a little nicer than the beat.
JESSIE st.. nS Herman bet. 'Valencia and Ml*.
I slon — 3 new flats, 1 only left for rent, $22.50.
water included; it moms and bath; basement
and yard. >
CALIFORNIA st., 3175 — Upper apartment. Bat
* 4 rooms and bath; janitor service; $35; key at
grocery, Sacramento antl Walnut sts. \u25a0> •
\"AI-KNCIA St., 1430, at 25th-»-New modern 3
r<>om flat; storeroom; $32.S0#also 3 room lower
tat; $15. Apply on premises, 3 o'clock,
CORTLAND ay.. 1225— Upi>er Hat & rooms and'
batb;|cew and mod era; $20.
HOWARD at., 2044— Modern flat. 5 room* and
bath; \u25a0 AlisHlon warm i belt; $32.50.
MORRIS ay.. 101, near 6th and Brvant sts. —
Upper flat of 3 large sunny rooms; $16.'
WOODWARD av.rStt., off 14th fit. above Mission
— 't rooms. $IS, for a quiet family. -
FLATS FOR SALE— Furnished
FOR sale furnlnijed, or rent unfnrnUhed. otieap
: flat of 4 sued ' sized, sunny rooms and bath
at fir>2 Lyon st. ; 1 yearn lease; rent for **
•mdnth free; half block front streetcars; *ref-
erences. Apply fl.*2 I.yon »t. '
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
"" ""."\u25a0"-. ' . ; : ",",**
20TH st., 4231, near Castro— Front bedroom and
kitchen, with bath and laundry; furnished
fur house keeping: separate entrance; no chil-
dren. .
O'FARKELL st..' 162G — 3 sunny connecting
rooms, complete for house keeping; gas
range; j25.
SACRAMENTO st., 3019— Sunny suite, alfio
single front room; complete for house keep-
- ing; cheap. - . -
POST Ft., 22281-4. nr. Pevlsadero — Sunny tur«
nished parlors: running water. " \u25a0
OAKLAND HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS
19Tn St., 559— Room double bed cod
*_klt»-tien for light \u25a0 h^n'ie keeping; ctiiap.
ROOMS. TO LET — Purn'd and I7nfurn"«l
UcALJ.ISTER St., 1134. near Flllmore— Newly
furnished room* in flat; running water, bath,
gas, phone; rent reasonable; all conveniences.
OVERLAND HOUSE. SCO Sacramento, below
Montgromery-i— Noiv open. 200 room.!*; hot and
cold water In every room; 25c to SI per d»v.
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKiy, prop .
SAN CARLOS ay., 820,. between 20th and 21at,
Mission and Valencia — Sunny, front room, suit-
able for 2 gentlemen, and other single rooms;
reasonable rent., : .
BART-LETT.. St.; «7, near 22d and Mission—
Swell, sunny, front, -bay-window rooms; house
. keeping if wanted^ also other rooms. '
EDDY st., 579. corner Franklin— Elegantly fur-
\u25a0" nlghed. nuuny, front, corner rooms; central lo-
eatlon; bath, phone. --
FENTON— 'i">9 7th st.. near Folsora— 7o outside
snnny rooms, bath; rates $2 to $3 per week.
Special attention to travelers.'
*C\RANKLIN st . 445— Nicely furnished rooms; hot
and colrl water; everything new; ccutrally lo-
cated; rent reasonable. .
VRANKLIX Pt.: 10.10— Sunny, front parlor; also
light liniisi? keeping and single room-*, alt sun-
ny; rent rpagonable. ' •'
TRANKLIN gt.. 1051— Snnny. front room, closet,
running water; elegantly furnished; gas, bath
aud telephone. .
TURK St.. 770— Nicely- furnlsherl. sumiyi front
riKim with regular kitchen, complete fur house
keening.
COTH St.. 3020. near Valencia— Nioely furnished
suite of connecting rooms, suitable for doctor
or 2 gentlemen.
FELL St.. 420— 2 large, furnished, front rooms
.in private family, \u25a0
GEARY "st., i:! 77 — I>arge room, hot water; suit-
able Jor 2 0r. 3 gents.'
GOLDEN GATE ay.. 1031A— Mcely furnished
front parlor, suitable for 2 or 3 persons. v ..-.
LAUREL »v.. 2SB. nfT . Van Ness bet.. Turk and
- Eddy sts. — Furnished double room. , ,>>_-,
MAYBELLE, I'll Van Ness ny. — Newly furpUht*d
rooms; also transients. Phone Market 4544.
OAK. . 41D— Elegantly furnished senny rooms, en
suite or single; mod, conveniences; bath; phone.
O'KAUREJ.L Ft.. 1037, nr. - Pierce— Nicoly fur-
nished room, suitable for, 2: .bath and phone.
PINK «t.. 2.SofiD— Snuny, front hall rooms* to
\u25a0 let ;** rent moderate. .' '
SUTTER t\., 1724-T-3 room lower flat in rear;
rent JlB. . . I .
THE ARBY, 1945 Mission st. near 16th^-20 fur-
nlsheU room»' from' <l.so per-'week and up. '
KOO-US AXli I MOAHO I OKKKKiru
SUNNY, single ? and double rooms, with excellent
board; hnth nnd billiard; in private family;
terms |J5 and up. 70Henry st. nr.-Flllmore
and* 14th Kts. . . t
EIGUTEEN FORTY-NlNE— Jackson cor. GouKh.
has a few rooms. in snite, ;witb. bath; also
'" single rooms;. table and home 'Al; call' and tee.
LAOH NA St.; 1300— Room 1 and .2 . meals' : both
. adjoining; I or. 2' gentlemen;, reasonable.
PIERCE st., 2037— Large, ninny room ',- for 2 re-
i Bned people, .with or, without board; convenient.
\u25a0.[ CO trXTR Y BOARD '- v ."
BOARDERS wanted In the foothills. P. O. box
180. t.os Oatos. Cal. .*\u25a0-.'-
'--_'*\u25a0 TVI'EAyRITERSVAIVD : SUPPLIES
iiONAUCH , Visible .Typewriter — In til e \u25a0 Alonarca
. ; ; .* Visible ' typewriter * all ;of the X writing \u25a0 is , In
*\ full Kight all the "time; other nidkps, second
.hand, , at .very 'reasonable 'prices; we rent, re-
pair and- inspect; before 'purchasing -ring op
West '- 5609 or f call at " 1628 ' Da vlsaderu • at.
.WOLF& ISENBROCK. dealers.
ALEXANDER i i CO.. typewriters ; all makes
. -rented, .-Including Smith Premier; desks, chain,
:* etc. : ask for \u25a0\u25a0. pricet • partly .used' mHcbtnes,
1820 FlUcjore st.;- phooe West
•\u25a0;;, 62-SB.-;y.- -.\u25a0--*\u25a0-, : ---.* :\u25a0:->',": -..:•'.;• '\u25a0;\u25a0:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-';...: .
•KItKD W. VAUGHAN' As CO., Pacific coast deal-
\u25a0 ; era ' the ' Oliver, typewriter, f removed \to ' C 54-68
Market st. ;^phone Donglas 1033. -
NO.-"2;*Sn*llth.': $35..'. The Typewriter Exchange.
,1011; Golden Gate ay. Tel. . Park 073. 1 \; \u25a0'..
WA LTER •A. v SCOTT, ; . 513 ;. Market; all makes
from *25;~ supplies.'-, repairs. •-\u25a0 \u25a0
SEWING MACHINES
DOMESTIC^-Best,i. cheapest; .' all ', kinds "t rented.
' repaired.^- exchange; needles and : supplies * for
all makes.^ J.' W. ; BVAN3,"! agent, - ICBB < OTat-
•t' re 11 • c t: .; near Fill more ; s phone_ . We*t ; 3601.**5ii.-jS^
STANDARD," Katlonal : Automatic, White, 81nger.
*' rented, . repaired ; ° second \u25a0 band \u25a0 macli. from S3
.' up." I. S. ; COHEN, 1616 OFarrell ; West 37g1.
SINGERS,'. Whites;. all ; make», \u25a0 JlO np;i'2<l hand;'
-, $5; renting,; repairing,' $1 op.* White Agey,. 203
- - FUlmore V st.?-; nr. \ Halghtri Phone Park 802.
"it> SECOND HAND 'machines to be sold immedl-
atilr. P.TIT. .SHIRI.KY.'iI'iS C. li. nr. Welwtrr.*
\u25a0j-_^y^y, V^v'TRUSSES^:^ I '_\u25a0'[._ 2^^__ .
SPECIALISTS -in "i truss h Bttings. * - CLARK-UA.W;
>DION,COMPA?fY..I2SS Q. G. ay. v ar.'FUlpofN
\u25a0A — Erben."'* truss i,' maker,-;' 410 : Kesrny.s room i "Si.*!
\ 13,"* donpl« ; J3; i per * fit 'guaranteed. *\u25a0% . '
Shipping News and Gossip
of the Water Front
A: Steerage Passenger Dies on Liner
-Alameda and Is Buried at Sea
_ The Oceanic steamship company's
liner Alameda, Captain Dowdell. arrived
yesterday afternoon from Honolulu.
Strong head /winds . were ". encounteredf
for ;the first three 'days of tha home
ward run and the Alameda was a few
hours later than usual in reaching port,
but on schedule time Just the sam«.
The Alameda brought 46 passengers
and a cargo of island products. Includ
ing 8,339 bunches of bananas and 7,032
sacks of sugar.
Amongthe passengers was Mrs.'E. 11.
Svendsen, wife of the "t-aptaln of the
Norwegian collier, Rygia, which arrived
a few hours ahead of the Alameda from
Australia. Other passengers on the
liner were Captain A. N. Walton and
T. J. Heeney, government Inspectors of
steam vessels, who have been at Hono
lulu on a tour of duty. J. A. Kennedy,
manager of the Interisland steamship
company, was a passenger-
The steamer. Hllonlan left Honolulu
for this port ahead of the Alameda. but
wag overtaken by the Oceanic liner on
February 2. The llllonlan should be in
port today. -
J. Rosen, a steerage passenger, died
during the voyage and was burled at
sea. Rosen was a consumptive and was
on his way to Arizona, where he -was
being sent by- the Order of Eagles, of
which he was a member. Rosen, a
German' by birth, had lived. In Hono
lulu for about 10 years. He was a mu
sician and a member of the royal Ha
waiian band.
The Alameda's. passengers included
Dr. G. F. Brackett. B. O. Child. J. C.
Godwin, G. E. Hart, Mr. Henderson, T.
J. Heeney, Mrs. Heeney and daughter,
B. B. lilbberdine, Miss N. Hodnett, M.
G. Hummel. Miss Hummel. Miss F. Law
rence, Mrs. Lermaitre, S. H. Moses. Cap
tain Olsson. S. Pelser. George Rolph.
Mrs. Rolph and child. Miss N. Roaa. H.
Saxe, Miss A. Smith, Mrs. B. H. Svend
ften, Captain A. N", Walton and J. A.
Kennedy. '
City of Sydney Take* IlrpnrJure
The Pacific Mall liner City of Sydney
sailed yesterday, from pier 42 for the
isthmus and \u25a0way portp with passengers
and a full cargo. It is some years
sine© R. P. Schwerin honored a depart
ing Panama liner with his presence,
and he must. have been flattered yes
terday at the consternation caused by
his unexpected appearance on board the
City of Sydney about 10 minutes before
sailing time. He made a rapid tour, of
inspection, marching to the music of a
hot roast and leaving In his wake a
trail of anxiety. He chopped off no
heads, however, and as he left the ship
smiled grimly at the success of hia
"stir 'em up" expedition. The freight
for New York .carried by the Sydney,
valued at $63,000, Included a large
shipment of California, wine.
Will Join the Tenyo Mam
J. . J. Richards has been selected by
the Toyo Kisen Kaisha as chief steward
of the Tenyo Maru, the first of the two
new triple screw turbine liners that will
shortly he placed on the run between
here and the orient. Richards was de
tached yesterday from the Hongkong
Maru on which his place as chief stew
ard will be taken by John Schurr. for
merly of the Occidental and Oriental
liner Persia. Richards will go to
Yokohama on the Hongkong Maru as a
passenger. Richards has been In the
Toyo Kisen Kaisha service for many
y«ars and by his employers is con*
sidered a model caterer. During the
Russo-Japanese war, when the Japan
ese liners were impressed Into the
Mikado's service as auxiliary cruisers
Richards was chief steward on one of
the Oceanic steamship company's Aus
tralian liners and made a good record
there. When the. liners returned- to
paths of peace Richards found hia old
Job waiting for him and leaves it now
only to take a« bigger one. Captain
Philip Hastings Going will command
the Tenyo Maru and C. I.Acey Good
rich will be purser. Going Is now In
the orient, having been succeeded on the-
America Maru by Captain Fllmer.
Attacked by Pirate*
!*\u25a0 M. J. Mahoney, a cement worker, who
arrived here Monday from New York,
spent the evening of his first day in
seeing the sights of the barbary coast.
According to tradition he encountered
pirates and reported at the harbor po*
lice station yesterday that they had
taken from him $75 in currency and gold
and a gold -watch worth $30.
> - Water Front Aotes '.
The Japanese tanker Soyo Maru left
Oakland yesterday and after fumiga
tion will go to Gaviota for a cargo of
fuel otl'for Japan.
The barkentine Planter has been
added to the fleet of floating coal ware,
hous.es and docked yesterday at Mission
street wharf No. 2 to be loaded.
The City of Para left Mazatlan Feb.'
ruary 3 for this. port. • -
The America Maru sailed yesterday
for this port from Yokohama.
Receipts of lumber yesterday by se*
amounted to 3,025,000 feet.
The Norwegian steamer Rygia.'Cap
tain Svendsen, which arrived yesterday
from Sydney, with 5,346 tons of coal, en
countered south and northeast gales for
30 days of the 40 day voyage.
SHIPPING. NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific y
'•\u25a0'•PORTLAND", -Feb. 4.— After a recorVron- from
San Pedro, the British steamer Gryfevale arrived*
in the harbor.. at , noon today In ballast under
charter to lialfour, Gutbrie & Co.. to carry
wheat to Honskonf. It dropped anchor ia the
stream to wait .for a berth at one of th» grain
docks. The British steamer Mortlake. wbleh
reached Astoria Sunday night, a week ton late to
save its charter, ' was recbartered by the Ameri
can-trading company and is now on the way up
the i river to ; load ; lumber for . the orient. The
vessel . will carry about- 3.000,000 feet. Th»
;»leamer George W, Elder arrived this morniu?
from .- San • Pedro and - way ' ports. The steam
schooner Northland arrived thU evening light and
left up at S o'clock. Governor Chamberlain has
communicated with a number, of shipping bouses
in. this city a"k ins; tliat some, name ho recom
' mended for, membership on the state sailor board
ing house commission. ' -
SAN PEDRO, Feb. 4.— The steamer Cascade,
Captain Aephind, arrived this morning, four day*
from - the . Columbia s rNer, via San Francisco,
bringing 500,000 feet \u25a0of lumber. The Oermaa
steamer: Eva, Captain . Schoenwandt. will clear
: tomorrow - for San Francisco to load, bay and a
general cargo for Manila. "The steamer Welles- |
ley. Captain Lundqnlst. will clear tomorrow for
Everett, Tia San . Krancjseo, to load lumber. 1 The
otl steamship Whittier, Captain Seamen*, arrived
today from' Port llarford. with' a~ cargo for th*
Union \u25a0 oil . company " at Terminal./ The steamer
Orays Harbor. ; Captain . Andnndsen, ."" cleared : tu
nisrht'for drays Harbor,' . via San . Km ueUco. '. \u25a0 .
ASTORIA. Feb. . 4.— The steamer AUianc* ar
rived from Portland during last night and sailed
this ' morning for Coos, bay .with a general cargo
and * passengers. The steamer- Northland arrived
from ; San Francisco today and proceeded to Port
land to load lumber, for San Pedro. The British
ship I Arctic Stream arrived \u25a0at -; this port today
after, a quick: passage, 143 days from . Rotter
dam, :\u25a0 ~lt > reports :. an -. uneventful , voyage \u25a0 and
comes to load a- cargo of grain for Enrope. The
Isr!tlsh .bark: Alexander Black.' in '-ballast from
San Diego, arrived -today. It made - the run In
13 ? days. ' - Meyer. . Wilson £ . Ca .- will load this
vessel with f grain , for : Europe. The schooner
A'lrglnia ? arrived : today from San Francisco to
I load a- lumber.', cargo. The «cDooner \u25a0 John A.
! Campbell • arrived from • S«n - Francisco today to
: sanitariums" ; '
DR. MARY. ADAM, ladles', physician; private
? home"; for: confinement;, terms reasonable, 3004
ttifruitvale ay.; Fruttvale;- phone Merritt SI.V
SHADES >
ADVANCR; window shade factory. Orders filled.
'-: «t:jhortnotlc«.GEO,. WAJ.COM,^637 Turk. ?»
Weather Report
Inlted State* department of asrlenttur*
weather bureau — San Frauciaco, Feb. 4, l»ja.
Last Seasonal Nor
otatloaa — 24 boiira \u25a0 to data ma!
£nr«k* ..; o.IS 23. &T 85. 6*
Red Bluff O.IS 14.71 14.49
Saertmaato ......... 0.04 10.10 -U 2S
Mt. Tamalpals 0.53 • 1»,J7 13.25
Saa Francisco 0.04 13.13 13.15
San ioae Tr. 5.«7 13. («
rresno 0.00 vvi.Mt 3.44
lndep^ndener 0.00 .... 31«7
San Lois Obiapo. ..-.. O.cW) 14.70 11.23
Lo« Angeles 0.00 5.93 5.3.1
San Diego..... O.OS 6.M S.-49
5 h ? J. 3 - ?|_
STATIONS 5 * H • f rSL
? S? '• : :'
Baker , ...30.04 39 22 BE Snow Tr.
Bol»» ........8Q.14 42 2tl NO Clondy .00
Kureka i, .80.14 SS 44 SO Rain .lt>
Flagstaff 30.00 34 23 W Pt.Cldy .t»
Freuao 80.30 34 34 E ' PtddJ .00
Independence .3D.14 40 23 SB' ' FtCM* .00
KallbDell .....23.»« 30 14 W Pt.CTd/ .01
Loa Aag«l<M...3o.lS «0 *t SIV G«ir .CO
Maflena 50.04 83 23 KW Ctoody .00
Mt.* TamalpaU.3o.24 44 8d SW Rata .33
North H«ad...2.>9.50 4S 8A S Cloudy .00
Pooenlx 30.13 8* 43 SW Cleajr , JXt..
Pocatello 3O.ia 34 30 . SW,'. Clear " . .00 '
Pt. Reyes Lt..30.17 53 47 SW Cloudy, ,0T
Portland. 29.90 48 83 S Ram -.04
Ked Blun* 30.20 4« 40 SB Cloudy .13
Keno .....*....8d.i8 44 28 w Cloudy .Cfl
Ronebor*- •" 30.00 63 40 S Clondy .02
J*atTameoto ...30.2S 50 83 SB Bain .04
.Salt Lake M.VI 88 34 W Pt-Cid/ .0^
Maa Itlego 30.20 S^ 30 W Clear .00
San Franciaco.3d.24 54 48 SW Rain .04"
Saa Jus* 50. 2« fl« 40 SB Cloody Tr.
S. L. Obispo.. 80.2S (S SS S Clear .00
8. K. Fara110a. 30.23 85 43 SW Rala .03 "
Tacoma 29.63 44 34 S Raia .01 '
Spokan« 30.00 38 22 SB Snow Tr
•Summit 84 13 S Saow ».C0
Tatooga 29.68 44 38 W Ram .»
Toaopab 30.32 80 20 S\T Pt.Cldy .flO
Walla Wa11a. .29.9^ 44 is 3 Cloudy .99
Wlanemutvj . .30.1:4 38 S4 SW Snow .01
Yuma 30.14 <3 4tt W Clear .09
•ATeraga saow on ground 112 Inches. • • - •— >
SYNOPSIS *
There has be«a a rapid rls« la pr«aaor»
thrwughout California and Nevada, and nndltluqt
are becomlnc more farorable for fair weather.
Showers hare fallan on the northern coast. ts»
Sacramento talley and the Saa Fraacisco bay *«c
tlon. There has been, no rain In tie southern
portion of the sla^te. The temperatures ar*
aUz'-itlj b«low th» normal In the great T^Uey. -
FORECAST
For Saa Francisco and vicinity — Cloudy
Wednesday; possibly light showers; fresb sou tit*
«rly winds.
Vot th* Santa Clara valley— Cloudy TT«dae<f
day; possibly light showers;, light south winds.
For the Sacramento valley— Cloudy Wadaea
' day, with showers; fresh southerly winds.
. For the San Joaquin valley— Cloudy Wednes
day; light southeast wind.
For Los Angeles and victnlty — Fair W«dn«*^
' day; llgnt northeast wind, changing to aouta* .
west. A. G. Me ADI E. District Forecaster. •-
.Movfnimt of Steamer*
TO ARRIVE \u25a0 \u25a0.
Tram | Steamer i Du*
t!aa Pedro Raralll \u0084.!J>b. a
Honolulu Hilonlaa ..(reb. 5
Uumboldt ..* Pomooa „..- |Feb, »
Hitmboldt -North Forte ....jt>hu .8
l*©rtland A Astoria Wasblnjtoa .... Feb. -. 6 •
<Jrtj» Harbor Central!* jFeb- « "
New York via A neon.. Indiana ........ b"«b., ' *
Portland A Astoria Nome City Feb. «
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa Feb. '*
Pt. Artna & Albtoa Porno IFeb, "6
llutalxil.lt Eureka Feb. 7
Coon Bay IM. (\ Plant Feb. »
San Pedro..'. jKoanofee Y. Feb. %
Astoria Jt Portland (Senator Feb. ' 9
Hamburg & War Pom Alexandria ..... Feb.*
San Pedro , V, A. Kilbnrn.. Feb. 3
New York Tla.Ancon.. City of Para... Feb. 9
Mexlcaa Ports Cnracao Feb. 8
Orays Ilarbur Santa Barbara. . Feb. '9
Gray* Harbor Neirbturg Feb. : 8
Mendoolno Si Pt. Arena; Sea Foam ..... Feb. '9".
San Pedro & Way- Portal Coos Bay •-..... Feb.' 10
Portland * Way Ports. !O. W. Elder. .. Feb. 10
San Diego 4 Way PortslQueen Feb. 10
Sfnttle t Tae«ma.....lbockmaa Feb. 11
l*oget Sound Ports City ot Poebla.Feb.lt
Seattle * BeUingham.. Balnier feb. 11
Portland k Astoria St. Helens ..... Feb. II
Portland k. Astoria loaemlte iFeb.-U
TO SAIL. :'.-..'..
Destination | Steamer | Satis | Pier
February 5— I , j
Los Angeles Ports ICentralla ... S pan 10
Astoria & Portland Haualei 3 pm 1»
Grays Harbor... J. B. Stetson spm 2
Coqullle Rii« Elizabeth .. • pra 18 :
Loa Angelea Ports F. Kilburn.. 4 pm 10
Mcndoclno & Pt.- Arena Sea Foam . . 4 pra 4 .
1 Febrqary B — •\u25a0-.."
Seattle & Tacoma ..|C(ias. Nelson spm 20 .
Los Angeles Ports.. . . I. Nome City,. .... If".
San Diego & Way Ports:Qaeen . . 10 am 11
CoqulUt Rl»er.. Uandoa ! 2
tebruary T— I • •
HnmlH'ldt ....|V£iznard .. Spin 2
Hnmbuldt , I'oraona X.Mu 9
<>rays Harbor Coronado > .. .1 jwi Hi
Pnget Souad Ports Umatilla. '.'.. It am 9 .
Hawaiian Ports Alaskan .«.. . ..-, '23~r*
Willapa Harbor D. Mitchell . .... ....
Februarys — - . '- ...... ... v
HTiraboldt « INorta Fork.. 12 m 11
Ft Aren.i & Albion... Porno 4pm 2
Honolulu [Alameda ... It am T
Seattle A Tacoma jWataoa .... I.3t'p 20
Astoria 4c Portland Ros* City .. 11 am J*
Hertland * Way Ports. {Roanoke ... 1 pm 13
February ft— | \u25a0 ,-, ,-
Uumboldt lEureki 0 am 1)
Seattle & Tacoma. (Eureka ! 9
.Saa Dlexo A W«y PortsjSasta Ross.. 10 tatf U
Lo* Angeles &&. Diefo;S Barbara., I pmj i \u25a0
February 10-^ .... X i
Astoria i Portland (Washington 5 pm W
Cue* Bay IM. F. Plant 3pm &.
Los Asxeles Port* !G. W. Elder Bpm 12'
February 11— -, \-^.T^- -?}*
Cblna & Japan 'H. K. Marw. t p« «'
Fehruary 13— , • I
Honolulu : nil"nla<i ".'. . >pm 1Q
Sau Pedro £ W«y PorrsiCnos Bay .. 3 pml jy
~" TO SilL FROM SE,\TTLIs"~: .•
Destination | Steamer . I Date -
Valdra Jk Seward (Northwestern ...[Feb. H '\u25a0
Seward *. Way Ports., fi-riii.i ....(Feb. 10
Hkagrray k Way Ports. Jetjprwn' : .', . JfllFeb. t2
Valdei & Seward...... Saratoga '. '.'.(Feb. Id '
«iiin and Title
. United SiariM Coast ami <;«-o<l.<tt.- Surv»y-^T!m» .
aod Heights of Tides at Fort Total. Vor ctty
troot t.\:i*sion street wbarfl adii 25 minute*. -
WEDNESDAY. FEUUL'AttY 5" " ~",
Sun rl»es ;..... ...7:otiSun «et» :...,.' 5:27 \u25a0..
~~~~" Time time TJmei . JTioitl " .
Feb Ft Ft llt - — Ft—*
H W L. W a _ w ». \u25a0 I L w l
5.. 2:12 5.3 7:4:t 2.0| 1:46 3.1( 8:0©( 0.3
6.. 2;M 3.4 8:44 - 1.1)1 :;« 4rt H:3t/| 1.0
T-. 3:58 .VS O:4S l.tt' 4:00 4.3! S:S*f J. 7
S.. 4:20 5.:: 10:48 1.4 3:22 4.«HIO:Hf S.:*
».. SXS 3.2 12:00 ,t.l| «:34| a.Wlt:o3| 'J. 7; -
10.. o;3Sf 5.1 l:rO ».SF 8:12 \u25a0\u25a0 a.T ."..-.. j.. \u25a0.-.-.'
L .Wl II W I. W U Vi) \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0.-:
11..1 0:C«| 3.0 «:50| 5.11 2:05 0.3 o:^>j S.»
Tim* Ball
United States ' Branch tlydroyraphie Oft|f«, Mer- ' ;
- chants' - Exchange. »an Francisco. .- 1 ebnmrr
: 4,"' 1908. 'v-
The tim»* bail on the tower of th«» Ferry buil«t-
Ing wa» dropped today exartly at nooq, . Puclrtc
Standard Tim- tl'Jtitii Meridian), or at «;i. KUm.
UOs. Ureenwicb Mean Time. \u25a0 . '
v . J. C. BCBNETT.. .
\ Lieutenant. V. S. N.,' In rharjtf. . ...
IT. S. Branch - Ilydrovjraphlp Office
A branch of th» United States Hydrofraphic
Office, located at the Merchants' E\chanse. Is
maintained tn Saa Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and fre«
of expense. Navigators ar* cordially tavtted to
Visit the offW. where ' eomnlet* aots of . charts
aad sslßns; directions of th« world are kept at
band for comparison and reference and the l«t*
eat Information can always be obtained regard-
Ing lights, dangers to navigation ami matters
of Interest ' to ocean commerce.'
J- C BURNETT.
Lieutenant. U. S. N.. in ebarg*.
load lumber. " It's master reports. sp«akln« tb«
schooner Manila, bound from Grays Harbur for
Honoluln, when SO miles off the Colombia. Th«
British ship Mil ton burn, from Portland p for
Oueenstown. was also spoken lo latitude J9
def 4 mln N. ion/ 130 dp? 10 mla W, anit
! asked to be reported. The British steamer Cam* '
. brian - King, from Enreka for ttiis - port. i» - dv«
'oS the river this evening. -
The? Overdue I.lst
* British bark Sunlight, oat 158 days from Port .
Pirie, for Falmoutn, 10 per cent.
BrltUh ' ship . Castle Rock. »n« 133 day* . from
•pydney. for S«n Franolseo, 85 per cent.
. British hark Doveryby, out 160 daya_from Car
i\\B, tor Valparaiso. 10 par 'cent. .i"**)V^UMl
S^honner William Notlni!>am. nut 11D days fc>r
Melbourne,** for Seattle. 45 p*r. cent.
\u25a0 Argentine 'barkentineAndrome«ta. out>f)B days
from Newcastle, N.-S. W.,; for Sau Franctsci». 15
per cent. • \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u0084' /.",-...
American »b,tp Fmlly R*i-d, nut 03 <in,-» from
Ke,wcastle, N. S. W., for Astoria, 13 per cent
£i-i C»«tlßu*<lTo» ' F«se ' I^*" -
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