ALWAYS X ELI ABLE. OLD ESTABLISHED.
MKNSOH. & TOWNLEY.
1116 BSOADWAY. OAKLAND. ROOMS 39-40.
OUB PAST KEOWBD
OUB BEST REFKBENCES. J
TELEPHONES A.1314 end OAKLAND 6853. 1
OPEN SUNDAY 10 TO 2. '
KENOVATING businevs. $r>so; rcat $35; guar- ,
auired ti. clear $25u monthly: an opportunity ,
of a lifetime; books are open rr ° rr _ I - n *?^ tl??;t l?? ; i
«v.:Um lw-ation. MENSOR & TOWNLE\. !
IJIO Broadway. Oakland. Room 40.
UKNEKAL merchacdise Rtore— ss,ooo. including
property: lot 75x1i.!: building, 24x40; good
clean fresh stock: horse and wagon; party Is j ;
compelled to po to Canada to close an estate •
c*use of sacrifice; _v opposition. Vo you want |
ItT Act quickly. See my agents at 1110 j.
Broadway. Oaklaud. Rooms 3» and 40.
WHOLESALE FEL'D auii ccmrjisElon buulness. •
$1 200: rent |50l lease; sales at the present .
iinie $.",liw to ?.',,000 month: best proposition
ever jiresented to the people of this state: t
mere than -value in sight; best of reasons for -
Belling: tmniculars can be obtained with my
aceuts. MENSOR & TOWNLEY. '
>TATIONEKV AM» NOTIONS— ?4Oti; rent $1S:
4 nice living rooms located close to large 1
sch-ni: doing a rice business. MENSOR & »
TOWNLKY. 1116 Broadway. Oakland, room 40. , \u25a0
\\> bare a client who has % iuterest In one J ,
of tfce best placer mines In bouthern Oregon; .
fuliy eiiuipi«?d in cvwy particular; plenty of I
water te work the year round, which can i
!w> boucht very reasonable; a bonanza for j
some on in '.hat line of business. See MEN- -
SOU & TOWNLEY, 1110 Broadway, Oakland, i <
QBOCEfiV anil moat market; will sell fixtures -
and invoice stock; good, corner; 5 beautiful j
living rw_ts; lpas^?. 3 years; cheap rent; no
opptßttloa; located in the most growing see- •
•.ion in the vicinity of Oakland; Al proposi-
tion: an opportunity of a lifetime. SIENSOR -
& TOWNLLY. 1 110 Broadway. Oakland, r. 40. ]
M KuOMS— sl,2so; rent $200; lease 2^4 years;
clears jr'>od money; reason for selling, party
hss larger interest to attend to; furniture and j
inrpets fair; if you are looking for a rooming
liouse you should not overlook this. MENSOK \u25a0
_ TOWNLEY will be pleased to show you
this. 1116 Broadway. Oakland: rooms 39-40.
TEA AND COFFEE route with 400 customers; I
also store; manufac. of extracts also included; |
rleare big money; gilt edged proposition for 2
»:od men who wii! hustle. If you nre looking
fur a pood, legitimate business here it is;
at a «nap. See my agent*. MEN SOB &
TOWNLEY. 111 C Broadway, Oakland. -
HAIK DRESSING c_d manicuring parlors. $950:
rent $:Ji<; dears gtwd money; best of reasons
f<«r pelliuf ; uk-<-!y fitted up: act quickly if you
n-ctu It. MENSOR -: TOWNLEY are my
a«'nif. 111(5 Broadway, room 40.
APAHTMENT house of 23 rooms; would like
t« exoiiaujre for house ami lot in Oakland;
«-\c.-!],>ut i<x\-<ti<>n: cost $2,750 to furnish. 1
Wlint hare >«>u? *e<- MENSOR & TOWNLEY
r«r full particulars, 111 C Broadway, Oakland,
MEAT market. (3,000: rent $30; 5 year lease;
daily receipt* $W>; horse, wagon and buggy;
liiiti" is a Knap: c*k\ corner; no opposition. '
s.-.- MENSOR & TOWNLEY, 1116 Broadway,
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS — $3,000; rent
$2o; clears $r>oo monthly: without a doubt will
bear the strictest investigation: you can no.t
l-eat ibi* for money invested and will appeal [
to any one who is looking for a first class pay- |
Jng business aad quirk returns: this propos!- |
tion ha* never been placed on the market be-
fore: set quickly. MENSOR A TOWNLEY,
1116 Broadway. Oakland. Rooms 33 and 40.
DRY GOODS, notions, ladies' and gentlemen's
furnishing goods. $5,50"; rent $25; lease 2
years; pood corner; no opposition; doing a
good business; best of reasons for selling;
aa opportunity of a lifetime; pood place for
nun aDd wife or 2 young people. Full par-
ticulars at MENSOR & TOWNLEY, 1116
Broadway, Oakland, room 40.
ELECTRIC SHOE factory. $1,800; rent $50;
jriSHrauteed to clear $200 monthly; employs 5
men: hest equipped plant in state. MENSOB
A. TOWNLEY. 111 C Broadway, room 40.
ONE of the most central apartment houses In
Oakland can be bought at sacrifice; party Is
tolas away; clears $300 monthly above ex-
prnses. MENSOR & TOWNLEY, 1116 Bdw.
HAIR DRESSING and manicuring parlors. $350;
rent Jos; clears good money; best of reasons
for selling; nicely fitted up: act quickly if tou
r-ant it. MENSOB A: TOWNLEY are my
\u25a0cents, 1 116 Broadway, room 40.
?>4'Xi — Grocery and delicatessen: bargain; slck-
ncss; rcrt $2T<: 3 living rooms: good business.
<B<: r>24.. GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broad-
BUSINESS WANTED \u25a0
HAVE YOU A BUSINESS FOR SALE any-
where? If so. »end today for a free copy of
••The New Way." It tr-lls how to make a
•Ipsl quickly and at th» least possible ex-
!»nse. 51. P. HOYLE CO.. Pacific bldg.. San
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALES
' B. H. WINSTON & CO.
HOTELS, APARTMENT AND BOOMING
ROOM 237, PACIFIC BLDG., Market and 4th.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS £56.
BANK REFERENCES. ESTABLISHED 16 YES.
HOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN?
75 rooms: 2 prominent corners: rent only $2.10
frf-r room: ell on <«<» fioor; hot find cold water In
a!i rooms; remember, this house is located north
of Market; price $5,000. WINSTON & CO.
4'i rooms; prominent corner: one floor; reduced
to $1,250; rent only $125. WINSTON & CO.
C 7 rooms: fnrnltcrf cost over $7,500; owner
mnst sell at once ana will sacrifice for $2,500-
act at once if you want a bargain. WINSTON
G. A. lIERRICK. Investment Broker,
SUIS Van Ness ay.
".1 elegantly furnMied rooms; rent $100: large.
Mjiiiiy b.>:i*». tlrgßiit grounds; rooms all full,
• learing JH*) to J125 every mouth; $1,600;
» terms; trade considered.
$1,400—21 rooms; rent $75; clears $125; part
12 nicely furnished rooms; rent $00; $50 above
IGS room hotel: heart of city: every conveni-
ence; clears $1,000 per month; a bargain; part
I csn give you genuine bargains. Come and
talk it ov,r.
G. A. HERRICK. .SOS Van Ness ay.
A. CAMERON &Ok :
MOVED TO PERMANENT LOCATION
Pl 4 MARKET ST.. MAGEE BUILDING
Opposite The Call
Room 301 — Plione Douglas 4379.
c bc>Kt bargains are found In hotels, apart-
ment _c«3 lodging house?, flats.
SWELL corner near Powell anJ Ellis; «3 rooms;
reasonable rent; 30 private baths; well fur.; !
strictly raodern: bargain: see us.
GRAND SO room. 2-3-4 room apart, house,
close in; cheap rcat; elegantly fur."; clearing '
fiU» to fZTtd mouth: part dawn. 1
ELEGANT — New 42 room house close in;
rent $fi.sO room: strictly up to date: all full;
l>y*t Knap In city: only $2.500.
C. R. HAMMERSMITH & CO.
, 570 GOLDEN GATE AY., NR. VAN NESS
OFFER WANTED— 3S rooms. $3 room, jelose in:
clears $150 month: long lease. MUST BE
BOLD. A PICKUP.
24 HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS— AII rented.
S4 ROOMS — $4.40 room; clears $150 month;'
swell trant-ient corner; terms to suif BAR-
23 HOUSE; KEEPING P.OOMK— Low rent; swell
furnished; clears $100; CHEAP.
CO KOOMS— AII on <>ne floor; low rent; close
in: SNAP. «
NEW S ROOM FLAT— Low rent, near Van Ness
11 ROOMK — N*»r Van Ness and Eddy SN\P
IK HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS— Low rent; close
<"i-:.»nv nt. corner house: CHEAP.
Jrt ROOMS— AII rentwJ: swell location; SNAP i
KEE US FOR BARGAINS.
$T>r<o — 18 rooms; apts.; this bargain for few
d«v* only; r<*nt *50: (BG _73».
$f»00 — IS rooms; sunny corner: rent $73; 4
prims rented for offices, $'>0. (BC r>42).
$1.600 — 2» rooms; j-ent $100; new bldg.; $700
«l«wn; balance <-asy terms. (BC ia7t.
<",KO. W. AUSTIN. IOIS Broadway, Oakland.
APARTMENT HOUSE— Twelve 3 room apart-
ments: elegantly furnished: house always
filled and paying $450 a month; low rent;
nn*" location in orxlnslvo dixtrift; investigate
t llls. XI. V. HOYLE COMPANY. R37 Pacific
Hv'.'Mirp. San Francisco. Central Court, Bacon
A DANDY IN OAKLAND — 15 rooms ou the busy
part of Broadway: excellently furnished: all
<t»iiven!onci»s: 3 rooras transient; this place
coining money. Price $1 .400. M. F. Hoyle Co.
OUT BY THK PARK — On Ftilton et.: furnl-
iur«« «f I<J transient rooms; owner sick and
will +.p!l.f«r a winir. M. P..IIOYLE CO.
WELL jfltylng. 10 mom rrK>roing houm> very
clipnp: $225 ra»>h required, balance time; must
tw sold by. Wednefiday. 1652 O'Farrell st. nr.
BEAI.TIFt.L apartment house.' 70 rmmjs: swell
furnlshingK; rrtit only $5.50 room; income jsoo
mtmth b1»«v<« rent; hicb class location; $5,500;
tcrmf. B^»x 53 1., Ca1l office.
SNAP— SI.4«iO will bar.' -. 30 ro^rni house: rooms
all rented:- rent- $65: near, statioa;' toed fur-
~*ture. S2l Market et., Oakland.
I^ODGING HOUSES KOB s->?'s ->?'_ IR rrriL > L-^
JOS. SKIBM & CO.,
821 Broadway, Oakland.
12 Geary Bt.. San Francisco.
40 rooms, near Broadway, Oakland: transient;
clears $200 monthly: transient $6 nightly; owmr
has business interest in San Josep $2,500 cash
will ewlng-thls snap. , ,
Apartment house, Oakland; corner: strictly
modern; flne furniture: rent_s2so; full of first
class roomers; price only $2,750. part cash.
LODGING HOUSE, 15 rooms; well furnished; 3
year lease; every room occupied; clears $i 5
everr month above all expenses; located in
best part of Mission; a real paying investment
for any om>: price $I.COO. Box 2C3. Call offlce.
1 29 BOOMS, nicely furnished; downtown corner;
modern buiiditig: low rent; cheap account slck-
nt-KB. Ito\ "M. Call office.
'•°J-Sni£-JIP--^^? "* VA>TEP
ROOMING or apartment house, showing good in-
come; will pay cash for same; give full par-
tlculars. Box 27T>. Call office.
JUDSON~FKEIGHT FORWARDING CO.
Reduced rates for shipping household goods any-
where west to everywhere east. 4th and Market
M».. room 2Ort Peclgc bide.: phone Kenmr 2579.
BILL COLLECTING '
THE ULDAIX, ADJUSTMENT CO. will collect
your bad bills ou percentage, no matter where
locafpd or how bad; we remit promptly. Boom
f<l9. Mechanics Btnk bldg., cor. Market-Mason.
COLLECTIONS everywhere, liens & attachments.
CHAS. H. KOBBIS. 37S Monadnocb building.
ALL bills and promissory notes promptly collect-
»A. FRED J. SCHMIDT. Market. Noe. lCth.-
ni'ILDEHS AND CONTRACTORS
DOES your roof leak? If so, get a practical
roofer to attend to it. Dee Roofing Co., 2510
BRICKWORK In all its branches; best rates. M.
V. MOWBRAY. 130S Devlnadero; West 7021.
LEAKY roofs made water tight. - Eagle Roofing
Co.. 302 Metropolis hank bulrtg.: Kearny 3264.
WE are making up a carload of gas and gasoline
engines for shipment direct from eastern fac-
tory; +>°4i pas engines on market; if you are
In need of an engine or hoist, order with ug;
hflp niais up carload and get the low price.
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.. 507 Mission st.
• PRINTINIS j
JAL-UM-STEIN -Printing Co.. 514 Turk St.. bet.
I Larkln and Polk: tel. Franklin 3766.
UNITED GLASS WORKS, Inc
all kinds art. leaded a"nd mosaic
glass. 115 turk. phone franklin 17>>3.
BAJBJ^CAJ^ J A^ES^^^^^
WE make handicraft furniture and biby car-
rlatreti. Pacific Coast Ratmn Co.. SBl Van Ness.
j DRESS MAKING
j ACCORDION, sunburst, side pleating, buttons,
button holes; mail and express orders solicited.
STEELS. 1420 Post St.; phone West 6425.
MacDowell's Dress Making and Millinery School,
1215 Post tt. near Van Ness; Oakland offlce,
1018 Washington st. Patterns cut to order.
PEUCIVAL dress making school; diplomas given.
1005 Washington. 521 12th: over lace house.
STYLISH dress making. MRS. A. CORNELIS,"
777 McAllister sr.
Fashionable dress making; ladles* suits, dresses
made; latest design. 1408 O'Farrell nr. Laguna.
COMPETENT wonisn wishes day work. Address
box 234. Cull. ICSI Fillmore st.
SUITS made from own material reasonable;
first class work. FRED & HRUSKA. 1512 Polk.
TUCKING AND PLEATING
AUTOMATIC Tucking K^i^SoTelty^Uts^Tl^~l^.
LUBARSKY. 710 Polk. Tucking, knife pleat-
ing, accordion pleating, hemstitching, shirring.
ADVANCE window shade factory; orders filled at
rhort notice. CEO. WALCOM. 037 Turk st.
ALL carpets and rugs cleaned on the floor with-
out removal by S. F. COMPRESSED AIR
CLEANING CO. Office 24 Montgomery St.;
phone Kearny &552; shop lGth and S. Bruno ay.
LE CLAIR VACUUM CLEANING CO.. 02 Post,
room 32V; phone Douglas 2071 — Dustless clean-
ing of carpets, rugs, draperies, furniture and
bedding, WITHOUT REMOVAL.
3c yd. — Phone direct to carpet works — 3c. yd.
"Wby" pay middlemen fancy prices? "WbyJ"
F. A. RICE. ISCS Harrison. Phone Market 2C2.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
teud your carpets to J. SPAULDING &. CO.,
BS9 Golden Gate av'. ; telephone Market 643.
Save Money — Best cleaning and laying now 8c yd.
Phone us. Market 2259. Glsslow. SBOB 22d st.
WATTS— Reliable carpet cleaning: alterations;
renovat.; laying. 500 Devlsadero. Ph. Park 009.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co. — Advanced meth-
ods. GEORGE WALCOM CO.. 637 Turk St.
CONKLIN BROS., carpet cleaning . and laying:.
2400 Geary st. corner Baker. Photic West 03.
I . \u25a0 \u25a0 ~~=
FIRST CLASS work done at your home. S. J.
JENSEN, CC9 Waller St.: phone Market 5205.
UPHOLSTERING in your own premises: furniture
repaired. JOSEPH PEA RCE. ir!fl.-> O'Fwrrell st.
HONG KONG LOW, 1754 Geary' at.; chop suey
•mid nootllpg; American cooking: <lnv nnd night.
LAUNDRIES '......,. <
. HONEST work, fair prices, is our motto. Golden
Rule Innnrtrr. 024 Lacuna St.: tel. Park 1385.
• JAPANESE LAUNDRIES
JAPANESE Laundry, waist and curtain speclal-
lst. A*h*l Laundry. 1401 Scott. Ph. West 0.299.
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS
' Anderson Transfer and Storage Co.. mvg., pkg.,
shps., etc., Oth st. nr. Mkt.,/ No. 20. Tel. Dgls.
2177; country tnvg.; trunks stored 3 days free.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE CO.
13th and Mission sts. Tel.- Market 13.
WILSON BUOS. CO. (Inc.)— Moving and storage, I
cor. 14th and Sr.ncbez ets., 1 b^ock from Mar- !
ket and Flllmore st. cars; phqpe Park 271. '
A— PACIFIC STORAGE AND VAN CO.— Brick '<
warehouse. 2322 Flllmore Xt: phone West 2623. j
PIANOS stored. $1 per mo.; no cartage. BYRON i
I MAUZY. 250 Stockton St.: Ipl. Douglas 4.155.
; PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co. Main
office Eddy and Fillmore. Tel.. West 828. !
; $20 — To let,' store and 3 rooms. 1713 Folsom-st.:
L ... rj^y-"^ "-?yp ilXG - - -„.
' 7x9, 25c: SxIO, 30c; 10x12, 3Tk:: 11x14, 40c; 12x
10. 45c; - other sizes In proportion; dozens of
samples In all colors to select from. Pacific
Frame Co.. 324 Haypn »ipar Franklin. -
PAINTING AXD PAPER HANGING
BOOMS papered, $2.50 up; painting, timing.
Standard, 1239 Franklin st. ; send postal. Tel.'
! Franklin 1599. . • . \u25a0? ... ""
, PAINTING in all branches ;vp a per banging.! tint-
' ing. plastering repaired: send for estimate/
J Jiik. P. Hnnter. 1444 Wriw>>r.: toi. W P «.t T.C.XI:'
ART REPAIRING \^ '
'. YOSHIKAWA-KtJRODA CO., Jap. are "repairing;
wntl<|ffp« a Hpeclwltr. 4Ht Grant nv. nr. ' Rush.
m ' GAS ENGINES
' MINING hoists, stationary and portable engine*,
pas. • distillate or crude oil. WESTERN GAS
KN'GINn CO.. 22 1»t st. . -\u0084 .
) -• -\u25a0 "\u25a0' TRUSSES ; j_ '\u25a0_ _\u25a0_\u25a0'\u25a0 * '-^
CLARK. GANDION TRUSS CO.. specialists. ' truss
• fitting: lafly «tt. 12T.S <;. <;. tir. newr KlUmoro.
I MAYERLE'S [^JSpj^N jj^YIS j; WATJRR
> USE Jiaycrlc's German -.eye -water ONE: DAY
• and notice the wonderful effects: bright, strong
1 and healthy eyes will be the result. . Price 50c.
' by mail Csc. - George Mayerle. German expert
• optician. -114ft \u25a0O.--Q..-S.- K. Phnn»'Parlc 3153.
r ~~~~~?"" ~ , ~J
• YOUNG lafly wißbes books to'keeplat home, un-
'_ An expert accountant. ;- : Phone; West ; l673. ;
1 AUPITS. systems, special investigations.': COOP-
EB. 705' Kamm bldg.. 717 Mkt.: Doug. 1342. ..
' W. F. BECKER. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. AU-
t PlTnn. 222 SheMfm lilrlr.: t«»U poncln« «t4S.
. •ACCOUNTANTS— CerrtIfIed Pabllc i
, JOHN R.BUCKSTELL. C- V. A.,1 S0«-30S Claus
; Snr<x»k»»ln >mi)dl'ig. Phone iKfnrnv 41fi1.'
•.'.'\u25a0 . NOTARY, PUBLIC :.: V
. MARK LANE, notary public, and commissioner of
t \u25a0 deeds, 245 Bush at.; phone Temp. _623.~:
' ;;\u25a0 . DETECTIVES .';-.'.".\u25a0 . - V-
West Coast Detective Agency, (licensed, bonded) ; \u25a0
.conducts cases secretly; cor. confidential. • BU6
Fillmore. Tel. Park SSSft. :- T. C. GRAY.' Prln.
' r ;; ". : attorneys s -
AA— DIVORCE: Costs, $12; quick; qulefe advice
-free; no charge unless successful; tltU to real
estate restored; bankruptcy; probating of es-
-tate<; general practice. 1028 Market St.. r.12.
ADVICE and books free; highest references; best ]
reßUlts; I procure patents that protect. WAT-.
SON E.COLEMAN, patent lawyer, Wasblng-
ton. 1). C. • \u25a0. '
COMPLETE divorce for $32, including all costs;
a reliable lawyer. 1122 Market St., room 31.
JOHN F.HANLON, attorney at law, 642 Pacific
building; phene Douglas 2799.
CHAS. A. SMITH, attorney at law; Rooms
1105-7. Call building. Kearny 4CSS. •.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0N-
ATIONAL Law and . Collection Co.. OCI-CO2
Cochran bldg.. 251 Kearny st. Phone Kry. 2093.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hess,
notary public. Room 1112. Call building. .
L. S. CLARK,' attorney at law. 831 Jackson' St..
Oakland: consultation free: open evenings.
DEWEY. STRONG & CO.— Founded 1660; U. S.
and foreign patents; inventors' guides;. 100
mechanical movements free. 1105 Merchants'
Exchange building. San . Francisco. •
HARRY C. SCUUOEDER. U. Si. snd foreign pat-
ents. 320 First Nat, bank. Oakland; tel. 0.3575.
SONTAG Patent Agency— Kstab. 1889. Balboa
hlrlir.. cor. Mnrfcet ntvi 2(1 «t».. 10th floor.
UNDER McEnerney act, complete, $35.- Title
Co.. 951 -S Monadnock bldg.. 3d and Market stg.
A — M. HARRIS, pension and patent atty.,34 El-
lis st. ; references, many thousands for whom I
have secured pensions: 21 years' practice.
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION,
1249 O'FARRELL ST.
STEREOPTICON LECTURE AND CLASS RALLY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, S P. M.
Classes in shorthand, shirt waists, millinery,
musics languages, English, bible study, physical
culture. Term 18 weeks. Prices reasonable.
Best teachers. . \u25a0 Begister now. \u25a0\u25a0- - '.
JOHN S. DREW— COACHING SCHOOL and
NORMAL CLASS. High (school, all branches.
Prepare for college, ,. teachers' exams., civil
".service. Laboratory courses. Day, eve. 943
Van Ness ay. .
FRENCH and piano lesson conversation; $1
month. MME. DE MARS QUEVILLON, 504
SHrader corner Page.
FRENCH, Spanish. Italian, . English. Latin;
PROF. DE FILIPPE, graduate Paris. Madrid,
1350 Geary st.
ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, mech.
survey, assay, cyanide; day. eve.; est. ISC4.
Van tier Nalllen Scboo), 51st and Tel., Oakland.
THE LYCEUM, 2590 Pine st.— Prepares boys and
girls for university, law, medical- colleges;
teachers' ex.'s; here you save time and money.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES—
2531 Washington near Flllmore; send for cir-
TWO year scholarship In the I Snell Academy,
Berkeley. Cal., for sale. Address E, H.
WUHRMAN. San Jose. Cal.
GERMAN Doctor of Philosophy • gives German
lessons, at \u25a0S. F. : reasonable terms. Address
P. O. box 1274, Stanford University, Cal.
SPANISH nnd Comm. forms: best practical
i method. , Castillan pron. PROFESSOR ACED,
1932 Mason st. - t
SPANISH— Tip to date, complete course of com.
correspondence. PROF. MAYA. 1204 G. G. ay.
CARA CELESTE POTTER, teacher of elocution;
special. instruction to. children. 1051 Bush st.
PROF. T. A. ROBINSON, Indlv. instr. math.,
bookkeeping, Eng., etc.; day, eve. 007 Halght.
PROF. P. LAFON, lessons In French; evenlug
8-10, 50c a lesson; 25e in a class. 983 G. G. ay.
PUCKETT'S SCHOOL OF DANCING— Glasses
Mon. and Fri.. Cotillon hall. Church at Market.
A— METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
825 GOLDEN GATE AY.
ASSAYING, telegraphy, civil and electrical engi-
neering, mining, etc. Heald's. 425 McAllister.
KENT LAW SCHOOL, dhy and evening; seren-
teenth year. 010 Pbelan buiUHng. '
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
BuMn«»e* Colleec 125(1 Market st. - .
MUNhON school of shorthand; private lnstruc-
tion. 117 Delbert bldg.. Van Ness & O'Farrell.
SPANISH or French in 3- months; perfect pro-,
nimciation. PROF. HIDALGO. 12C5 Ellis st.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College, ' now located
8t 733 KHlmoro near Hayes: day and evening.
A highly educated young French woman, aged 27
years, a perfect brunette and nuperb iigure,
height 5 feet r. Inches, weighing 133 pounds,
is desirous of meeting gentleman between the
a?e of 30 and 33, one who will appreciate a
loving wife and Rood cook. - I am thoroughly
versed in music and have some means. of my
own. To the right gtmtlpman 1 hm desirous
to become acquainted, with object to matri-
mony. References exchanged. Box 458, Call.
AN able, experienced huslnessmau. age 45. edu-
cated, reflned and home lovlug. desires to cor-
respond with raaiden ladles of mcaus between
the aces of 30 and 40, who will assist him
financially in a business that is safe and sound
and will yield large returns; object' is matri-
mony; photos exchanged with the understand-
ing that the same will Im> returned In ease
thoy are not satisfactory; write for a full de-
scription: all correspondence regarded strictly
confidential. Address . Imdx 262. Call office.
HONEST, reliable, refined gentleman, in the
thirties, wishes to n\eet a woman of' means;-
object, one who could nrslst him financially in
his business, which will make them a hand-
some income property; all can be placed In
her name. I am a pnatt businessman; imp any
woman is safe In, meeting; very best of refer-
ences given; strictly confidential. P. O. box
STICK-TO-IT-IVENESS brought n modest for- .
tune ($3,000 yearly income); wish to share it
with a sweet, neat,- affectionate working girl
or young widow, with fairly attractive face
and form: Pm 32 years of age, strictly tem-
perate, jolly, affectionate, kind and generous;
give full description. Bo.t 146. Call office.
A German. .lady. 33, would like to get acqqualnt-
<>d with gentlomnn over 35; object matrimony.
Box 471, Call offlce. • •
" ' -'
YOUNG American girl, lately from the east and
stranger in this city, would like to meet a re-
spectable gentleman with some means; object
matrimony. Box 301, Call office..
.MINING* man from 'Goldfleld, who has met with
great mieeess and derives a large income from |
his mines, Is anxious to get married should he
• meet the right party. , I hare no objections to
widow and am. fond of children;- kindly give
particulars In first Ictfer. '-\u25a0-'.' Box 351. Cull offlce. j
YOUNG^saleslady, aged 20,' Is anxious to settle !
down. and get married, being tired of outside
work.' • I am of Irish people and can give. the
best of reference as to my character and abil-
ity. No.trlflcrs need reply. Address box 440
. : Call offlce. \u0084'\u25a0-. ..-\u25a0\u25a0•"\u25a0
CHRISTIAN businessman with no bad habltb.
k havins lost one of the best' wives a man ever
"ihad 4 years ago.' would consider matrimony
. : wlth.a middle aged, educated, refined Christian
v 'woman. \u25a0\u25a0 Address box 2972. : Call of fice. .Oakland.
YOUNG Hollander, shortly from the old country,
'..is - anxious'.' (o -meet "American" lady who will
. teach* him the English language. If Miitnlilc
1o ench other, do not object to marrying. Box
825. Call office.
I nm a young widow with two little girls, and-
nwn ray own home,' -but anxious to meet a
young businessman 'to (<hare the comforts of a
home. - with sole object to -\u25a0 matrimony. Box
.291. Call offlce. ; -
IRISH gentleman. '• middle a ge, : of - moans. . wishes
\u2666o meet maiden" not' under -30:' prefer Am er-
', lean: mnke her.KOod home: mnst give full par-
ticular* in letter;' object matrimony. 1 Box 372
Call office. ...•-.-; \u25a0;-../- ''.-.\u25a0•- : .\u25a0\u25a0:
WISH : to meet some 'reliable,' plain gentleman,"
40 to CO. : with ; home and . ample means, ; who
, would nppreclate i affect lonate. 1 refined.'- home,
loving companion: nge 155: references; full par-
; ticnlara : fir«t'. lottpr;: object, matrimony. Ad-
- dress; lK)X" 228.; Call offlce. -. '
REFINED English widow. 35. ; stranger In , this
city, wishes to meet sincere gpntleman between
40 nnd 45.; i with \u25a0' means. \u25a0• who will appreciate
.' loving wife; : refs. ; . no'. triflers : need apply ;'. city
- or. country: object matrimony."? Box .40».*C«li. s -
BLONDE youne widow, age 22 * years,'" French
parentage.' wishes to meet a rpflned gentlemnn,"
35 years of nge.'.wlth means :' cl ve full desert p-
.:-, tion in letter; object matrimony. -* Box- 424,'
;' Call offlce. •'.--;-\u25a0 : . ;\u25a0• ;.., .•:\u25a0-". ';•" \u25a0 .-: -, --.\u25a0;
BAOHEI>OR^ of i.30. . pond appearing, i: fine" home
f, and : . independent 4 mean*,' - wishes .. to ' meet . re-
spectable lady;! object matrimony : strictly con-
\u25a0fldcntialT'; give- full particulars', ln first letter.
' Address, box- 240,; Call, office. . 1
GENTLEMAN, 25. 'salaried. sno.it. appearance, of
* pood J family,"; wishes Ito i meet ; refined ;, lady.- of
;;.' means - who j.wouln" l assist UiinKtn'rnterv. In ; thp
"". . show^huitiness; ; object : icorrespond-"
ence strictly : sacred ; \u25a0no trlflCH." Cw 2C3, CaU.' ,
REFINED lady^a ' hf r^;lioT~and"from east . re-
r. cently wishes to meet 'gentleman 40 to 55 who
I owns his home and ;. with • means sto care for
sincere wife; country preferred: object . niatrl-'
mony.- Box 200. Call office. . . \u25a0 '
BUSINESSMAN, age 42, of means, refined, tem-
perate - and home loving, would \u25a0 like .to meet-
lady :or widow of corresponding age, likewise
situated; references given and expected; object
; matrimony. Address box 4532, Call offlce.
GENTLEMAN, age 35. would like to correspond
'\u25a0 with lady between 25 and 30; ' Swedish or Nor-
wegian working girl preferred ; object matrl-
mocy. Address box 284, Call office. . \u25a0
REFINED, :'-, wealthy gentleman, unlncumbered
aud lonely, will . make devoted husband to
kind wife. "EVANS," 307 West One Hun-
flred and Fifty-third st.. New York.
YOUNG man. 35, ; wishes to meet working girl
not over 30, matrimonially Inclined; have a
few hundred dollars lv bauk. E. C.-8., box
32, Alamo, Cal. .
MARRIAGE PAPER; HIGHEST CHARACTER;
incorporated; 12th year; 4,000 members; paper
sealed; send 10c. R. C. LOVE, box 1000,
Denver, Colo. ' • \u25a0
BUSINESS bachelor, 49, good appearance, wishes
to meet small elderly maid or widow; object
matrimony. Box 224, ' Call , of flee. 1
GERMAN, 35 years old, would like to make ac-
quaintance of- working girl; object matrimony.
Box 202, Call offlce. v
GET married; send for list, with . photos and
; postoffine addresses free. Address C. M.,
P. <>. box 121. Oakland. Cal.
GENTLEMAN, 34, wishes to make the ac-
quaintance of good girl or widow, not over 33;
object matrimony. Box 493, Call offlce.
A' Danish gentleman of 2S wishes to meet a
respectable' young lady; object matrimony.
Box 474. Call office.
COLORED man, aged 'SO, of some means, would
like to correspond with young colored girl with
object to matrimony. Box 350, Call offlce. r
GERMAN' working girl Is anxious to meet
mechanic, one.' who can supply, a comfortable
little home; object matrimony. Box 437, Call.
MECHANIC, single, 30 years old, desires ac-
quaintance of , a good, hone«t working girl; ob-
Jpct matrimony. Box 269, Call offlce.
EDUCATED young man of 30, stranger in city,
would like .to* meet young widow; object mat-
rimony. Box 272, Call office.
GENTLEMAN of 35, with nice home, good po-
\u25a0- sltlon, would -like to meet a refined lady ; ob-
ject matrimony. Box 210, Call office.
HIGH CLASS folks visit Mr*, "c Long's matrl-
inonlal parlors aud are invariably pleased with
results. 1245 Lagnoa. West 5099. Details 2.'c.
I REFINED I young man wishes to meet young
widow, no children; object matrimony. Box
191. Call office. '''**•..\u25a0•
JEWISH young man of good habits would like
to m«et Jewish, lady matrimonially Inclined;
references exchanged. Box 218. Call offlce.
DO not be deceived ;• the only reliable matrimo-
nial bureau you will find at MRS. A. WOL-
TER'S. 1752 Geary St.: established In 1900.
GENTLEMEN find ladies of wealth and culture
at the only reliable ajreucy. "Society Lady,"
200 HolUs St.. Oakland. Details 25c.
AMERICAN, 30, wants the acquaintance of an
honest working girl: object matrimony. Box
2971. Call'officp, Oakland.
YOUNG contractor would like to meet Catholic
girl; object matrimony. Address box 326,; Call.
Mrs. Hughes, 035 ' Webster, wishes all temperate,
respectable ladies nnd gentlemen to call.
PARTIES willing -to marry call or write Mr*.
McCarthy. 1 132* Buchanan Bt. : 2.-""« Information.
DR. MAR DON. the noted doctor »f Chinese em-
pire, now at 76S Clay St., S. F.; with knowl-
edge Inherited through 7 generations; cures all
ailments human system is subject to by means
' of teas, carefully sMected herbs: consult, free.
_______________ . __
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently Located
1268 o'Farrell Rt. bet. Gough and Octavla.
DR. JOS. ARDICNYI, physician and surgeon; dis-
eases of skin, genlto-urinary, venereal and rec-
tal diseases; 1-3. C-7.-30 p. m. 1240 Eddy st.
X — DR. O. GROVKS, San Francisco's leading
specialist for women and maternity cases;
strictly private; hrs. 0-9. 966 Market st. \u25a0
MRS. I. LEAN, C. S. P.— Healer of all ills.
Offl~ 574 Frtiir st.: hour-. 11 to 5,
AA— DR. AND MRS. MASON
Successfully treat all f«naln complaints and
irregularities .by Improved methods, without
resorting to painful and dangerous operations;
25 years' experience. No matter what your
. trouble or how long standing it may be, their
"- friendly and confidential advice will cost you
nothing. All treatment POSITIVELY GUAR-
~ -ANTKEDnot to in jwre<-tbe,mo«t'- delicate per-
son. Those unsuccessfully treated elsewhere,
especially Invited to. call. Private home be-
fore and during confinement. -
Hours, 0 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12. -.
Take elevator or stairs, to 2d floor. .
220-221 WESTBANK BLDG.. S3O Market st.
AA— ATTENTION. LADIES!
DR. NORTH. 1025 Market; phone Park 5941.
World Renowned Specialist for Women Only.
No Delays or Disappointment. <'
By Most Superior Painless Methods Known to
Medical Science. '
Most obstinate cases treated: utmost privacy;
hare no hesitancy If in need of my services;
absolutely harmless. Low fees. By consulting
an eminent specialist you save time and
.money. All female complaints cured. Advice
free. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. and C to 9 p. m.
AA— ROBERT G. FULTON. B. A., M. I).
510 11th st. near Washington, Oakland. '
20 years ago I graduated from 2 leading uni-
versities. Since then I have TREATED; WOM-
EN'S AILMENTS EXCLUSIVELY. It is to your
advantage to consult the most successful and
trustworthy specialist. Advice free. Fees rea-
sonable. Hours, 10 a. in. to s p. m. Phone Oak-
DR. ROBERT GREENLEAF FULTON. v -:•
516 11th Rt. bet. Washington and Clay, Oakland.
DR. ABBOTT, the well known ladles' specialist.
GUARANTEES RELIEF In all -disorders of
women by reliable, painless, scientific methods.
\u25a0 .Private maternity sanatorium if desired.
CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL.
: Hours, 9 to ft. Sundays. 9 to 2. -
1550 ELLIS ST. NEAR FILLMORE.
A— DR. \u25a0 AND MRS DR. PIERCE, world re-
nowned specialists for WOMEN, onr treatment
is pleasant, safe and sure; you can pay a little
down Suite 502. Westbank huilding. 830 Mar- !
kct st. cor. Ellis. 10 to S; Sundays till 12.
A— MRS. DR. WELLS, reliable ladles' specialist
for all female complaints; Instant relief guar-
anteed; 30 years' successful practice; home la
confinement. 1524 WEBSTER st. between
Geary and Post:, offlce hours 10 to B. . . '\u25a0
VAU'EAU'S female pills; best regulating pills
sold; price $2.50 by express. Pasteur's syringes
and tablets, price $5. • By express only on
receipt of price. OSOOOD BROTHERS, whole-
: gale drng.clsts.7tli and Hroad\vay, : Onkland.
MRS. DR. WEST, office 1293 Golden Gate nv.—
- Ladles' specialist for many" years; s nil cases
successfully treated; no pain; no delay from !
home; low fees; hours, ; o a. in.:to Bp. ni. . ,
SPECIALIST for ladles; painless relief guaran-
teed: paid when cured;advlce free. MRS. DR.
PHILLIPS. 84R2 19th st." near Mission.
DR. MARY ADAM, ladles' . physician; private
home for confinement: terms reasonable, 3004
Frultvale ay., phone Merrltt 215. .
MRS. DR. A. PARRE has returned: .777 McAllis-
ter; ladles' specialist: 20 years in-maternity.
'•":' CALL BRANCH OFFICE
t____ . . ,-:'"-"\u25a0 .-.. "... "',:" -\u25a0 \u25a0;.;\u25a0 __)
1651 FILLMOBE ST. NEAR POST j
MATERNITY ' HOMES '
S.F. LYING-IN HOME, 1191 Oak st./nr. Park—
DR. T.nRI). niirMrlHn In clinrgp: conflnpment $25.
HEALTH MOVEMENT J
Sanitarium treatments; raassape;. lady attendants
Ant. 'iS. St. Atnoiro lililg..'l3OO <i: <"?\u25a0 ay.: H-10. i
DR. J. W. LEVY, suvgeon chiropodist, r. 304-305, !
Phelan bldg., 'Mkt. at O'Far. ;h. 9 to 0 p. m.
CHIROPODY— I2GI, Golden Gate ay. near Fill-
• morp st. :: - '.' - - ..-\u25a0-\u25a0--.".'\u25a0'\u25a0-.•..•\u25a0:' •\u25a0\u25a0"-•> ".- "\u25a0'- --.-''
';___- '.-'\u25a0 y-.-':'/- -.-\u25a0: DENTISTS * '''.-\u25a0'.\u25a0-;';( -V."
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS. 739 Market St.,
acknowledged to bo the ' easiest • and best pain-
lesn extraction in S.F.; Full set of teeth. $2:
gold, crowns. $2; .silver fillings; 50c. £ 'All work
* - cuarnntcpil 20 ypars:::: ! Opfn dally till 9 p. m.
DR. C* W. DECKER. Phelan ' buldg; ; rooms 30s-
' 0-10, 700 Market " st. : " phone ; Kearny H!3O. \u0084<
DR. \u25a0>< SIMMS, "1214 Polk. St., "\u25a0 cor. Sutter, room
* v3Olv 301; -phone Franklin 3C7. :' , f ; r^ : v -,a
DR. j IRA G. -. LEEK— AII : kinds of dental work.
. r.i." Flllmorpst. nearOaW.- >'. J. \u25a0' :~ -V
DR.UJ -G. B A UTLETT." extrartlng specialist, re-
,'\. mored'to :a.t Gearyj cor.l Powell: Douclas 4300.
HILL. , DR.: LUDLUM. ; 432 Wehs. -(now : Muirhead
\u25a0\u25a0.-' bldg.). » Market.'.; Hayes and \u25a0; Larkln:; gas ' glven.^.
MONEY- made dally and '• Call Wont i A»l.» help to
' make \ it. \u25a0 . . Advertise i your i wants ; ?\u25a0 make -, them
known to the public through.a. Call Want Ad.
'.; An investmeut. :, not' an '• expense] =« For : full par-
ticulai- read ( Call -' Want 4 A'ls daily. ' '-' \u25a0 \u25a0
: 'CATARRH i^fi A J^_ji^____:
ALSO , ear noises .' positively ; cured: 1'; week i free.
'i 'DR.'TOTTINOHAM.-HWO Slitter st. : hrs. 10-4.-
DOG AND , CAT i HOSPITAL .t^
DR.;; E. J.-.V CREELY. ISIS> Market St.; " phone
* * Ait t; zciih-Spssia} yrud tst d°*3; iPSS' fiPs. r . f ?? d '*
'^-.•'.•:'^",V.';\'.j '.?HS-L°iy-_-'. s _ _ ; : '\'
CITY College' reunion— All pupils of the City
-, college under Dre. Burrows or Veeder are re-
* quested to .'send, their names' and addresses
v to ALLEN -KNIGHT, 502 California st.
"~~ jr.nAVE THK i-OWEK -
Ihave the power to make people jsrow younger,
wiser and more ; beautiful. ..FRANK POWEBS,
scientist. 47S^ 10th St.. 'Oakland. 1 v
OKLAHOMAN— Why • don't you write? Did you
Bee personalof 17th? Can I write : you care
J.ibf general San Francisco? All well;
hope you are also. -Let us hear from you.
.WEALTHY, ladies and gentlemen of refinement
« anxious to marry; photographs' and descrip-
tlons free.',f rce.' , V. C.. box .7,- Canon City. Colo.
4 : 7 — Yours received;, glad to bear of your good
health;' yours • ever welcome, remember.
L. and K. . • \u25a0 , \u25a0- , . . \u25a0- ...
ALF RED A. CURRIE will oblige his sister and
benefit himself by writing to E. CUIUUE, 131
Deani st., Brooklyn, N. Y. \u25a0\ • '
FRANKIE — I saw your friend; he 13 happy as
ever,' and wants to meet your friend. B. M. N.
JOSEPHINE — A letter awaits you at the same
place where stopping on last visit. CLARENCE.
ELSIE — Don't forget me. See you at "S" Sun-
day. O. . • x ;
THE BUNCH— We all go to the Orpheum; at
dinner at Jack's. Please be on time. BUNCH.
GERTIE— WiII see you at Oakland mole, 10:30
o'clock, sharp. MAX.
BELLE— The automobile party will start at 3:30
o clock same place. JACK.
B. G. S. — Why so silent? No letter la past week.
Am anxious. --'B. B. W.
.~-~^?i^l**i^ _ "JP Eff^SOXA JL.S '
WEAK and norvous men — Why dope your sys-
t em with medicine, pay big doctor fees, when
you can cure yourself, as thousands of others
have done, with Dr. Lorenz Electric Body
Battery. -It can not fail; it is self -charging,
perfectly harmless, guaranteed the best and
strongest, or money refunded. Cures Ncrvous-
neas, Weakness in -Mankind. Debility, Rheu-
matism, Varlcocele, Constipation, Weak Back
and stops Losses. Strong, vigorous, healthy
and successful men Is the result. Electric sus-
pensory free. For free book and particulars
address ADDISON ELECTRIC CO., 253 Lla-
colu ay., Chicago. Sold in ; San Francisco,
written guarantee, at, factory prices, only at
. Donlon Drug \u25a0 C 0 . ,. 7»'«3 Market sti Private con-
sultation and test free.. -
MY wigi aud toupees tit perfectly. I make them
so that they are thoroughly ventilated and
atry. It Just takes a minute to adjust them. I
have made wig making a life study nnd guar-
antee every one I make. Gentlemen's private
department upstairs. Experienced .man In
charge. Hair dressing, dyeing, etc.. » by art-
ists only. Large -stock of switches, pompa-
I doms, etc. G. LEDEREIt, 2271 California
. st. m-ar Webster. Mall orders receive prompt
attention. - Established ISC6. .
FREE— New Encyclopedic Atlas. 11x10. 348
pages, maps, etc., for subscription to most pop-
ular national- 10c weekly: al3o several other
premiums. Apply J. R. KELLY. CCS 9th St.,
Oakland. Phones Oakland SZ&2, Home A 3292.
RAG carpets woven to order and for .sale; also
ehenile wove rups, silk portieres, handsome
fluff rugs made frojn your old carpets; send
for circulars. Geo. Matthews. 709 sth St., Oak.
USE BASSETT'S. the original native herbs for
constipation; j<Oc 'tablets for 2."Vc; all druggists,
In black boxes. . ' * ' \u25a0
THE Star Hair Remedy . relieves you of your
gray hairs and all worry; at all druggists'; try
it. Our office, 724 Turk st.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
less than cost at CHAS. LYONS', the London
tailor. 1432 Flllmore st. bet. Ellis and O'Farrell
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN, baths and massage,
nervous and rheumatic specialist. 4jOS Koenlg
bldg., 101 Post st. cor. Kearny: open Sundays.
MOORE Institute of Massage; 2 attendants; vi-
bratory treatments for all gone, tired feeling;
hours 10 to 9 daily. 1304 Fillmore st.
MAGNETIC MASSAGE— MRS. HOLSHOUSER,
rooms 349-351. Pacific bldg.. cor. 4jh'nnd Mkt.
MRS. K. M. KERNDL, electro-ma Mace, baths.
1214 C Scott St.; hrs. 10-12: l-5;-7-0.
MISS C. BELL, manicuring, face and scalp treat-
ment. Room 21. 1443 Flllmore st.
MISS E. >M. HEID, graduate masseuse; hours
10-ft. Snlte 2. 1705 O'Farrell comer F.Uhnore.
MAGNETIC massage, 1304 Ktllmore. apt. 2;
hours 10 a.m. to 9 p. m. MISS ELLIS.
MISS WALLACE. Eastern Masseuse; baths. 124
Turk. r. 210. first floor, rear; 11-10; open Sun.
MISS IDELL; vibratory electric treatment for
select 'patronage.- 0n1y. .. 100G Sutter St.. S. F.
BED -WETTING speedily cured: particulars for
stamp. Nnrses' Remedy Co.. Dept. C. Oakl'd.
A — MISS A. LUND, graduate masseuse, 1705
O'Farrell cor. Fill., suite 3: phone West 6530.
GOLDSTEIN CO., theatrical and masquerade cos-
tumes: sue. 'to Jann. costumer. 821 Van Ness.
GRADUATE masseuse, MRS. HELEN DERBEIt,
electric treatment. 2024 Bntter. P. West SSQ?..
MATERNITY villa— Children boarded or adopt-
eri. 141(i Sth ' st.. ' Alameda.
MRS. SEAL, splr. minister; consult'B dally; offi-
ciates at marriages, funerals. 7SC McAllister.
CUTTING, REV. F. It., hours 0 to 5 daily;
meetings Fri., Tues., Bp. m. 11S3 Ellis st.
DR. HOWLAND'S readings today 50c; circle 25c.
tonight. 1230 Fillmore; everybody welcome.
REV. MRS. CRINDLE— Now- located, at 182S
O'Farrel st.' near Pierce.
MME. EMERT— Readings dally. 1010% Washing-
ton -St.. Oakland, rm. 1: hrs. 10to5:no sign.
PA^ir^TRY .- -
CALIFORNIA'S oldest palmistand card reader,
25c.* 50c. $1. 913 Broadway. Oakland.
RETURNED— II. JEROME FOSSELLI. scientific
nalmlst. 23~<i CallfornlH. Tel. West 7917.
IF. you want a piano,' talking machine, violin,
guitar, mandolin,' accordion, band instru-
ments, sheet music," books or anything in the
" music line see SYRON MAUZY. 244-250 Stock-
- ton st.. opposite St. Francis hotel. .
REMOVAL BARGAIN SALE— Wurlltzer nickel
slot pianinos, orchestrions, harps, players; slot
pianino rental reduced to $15 per mo. PETER
BAC-IGALUPI & SONS. 941 Market St.. S. F.
STEINWAY upright, fine condition.' s27s; Estey,
$225; other uprights from $100 up. BOWERS
& SON. 529 McAllister st.
?9f> buys imported Erard piano; good condition;
cash or time. 90S Van Ness ay. " ,
GREAT bargain offered in fine Decker Brothers'
piano, .slightly used. 14<i(! Bnsh St.
A— ALMOST new upright. cheap. JOS.
SCHJHTZ & CO.. now C2l Van Ness nr. Turk.
A GOOD piano for rent at $3 a month.
SCOTT CURTAZ PIANO CO.. 060 Hayes st.
PRICE pianos . everywhere "first, then: examine
storage pianos. '415 Van Ness ay. \u25a0
CHICKERING : upright piano, good order. $90;
cash or terms. Phone Franklin 2121."- :
$125^— First class upright;- nearly new;- must be
sold. HORNUNG'S. 1554 Eddy near Flllmore.
NEW pianos for rent. $3 ; per ' month ; rent al-
lowpd if nnrchased. STATHAM. 24 Hill St.
MONEY TO LOAN
o $"""s^s $~$ $$:sssss o
$ , LOANS ON SALARIES $
$.. . Anew. company, advancing money with- $
$ out mortgage « or • lndorser to : , $
$ RAILROAD EMPLOYES. *
$ STREETCAR EMPLOYES, $
$ TELEPHONE EMPLOYES. 5
$ RETAIL AND WHOLESALE CLERKS $
$ or any man or woman holding a permanent S
$ salaried position.. . $
$ EMPLOYEES CREDIT CO., . $
$ Room 421, 4th. fioor, Monadnoek- Bldg.. $
$ 3d and Market sts. : $
0 \u25a0\u25a0'$:.• %'\u25a0%-\u25a0\u25a0%*..%\u25a0--'% *$;s:ss;s :$ O
AAAA— LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE.
1 We only loan 'to people who are strictly worfc-
' Ing on . a s "SALARY." • without < indorser, se-
curity or publicity. : Lowest rates, easiest pay-
ments and rebates > are given . If ; paid before
• due. - Your employer never knows. :.
r, WESTERN LOAN COMPANY,
40S Call building. ; corner 3d and . Market sts. '
*. Open 8 : *H . to U p. . m. ; ; also open Monday, '
- .Wednesday and Saturday till S p. m.
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. ' '
Get our terms when about to borrow on FUR-
NITURE, ; PIANOS,- nORSES and VEHICLES.
' Wo -will' save you r money. Room's • 357-9 Pacific
building '<3dr floor); -4th and Market sta. Phone
Douglas 3205. - : , -- . '
Oakland : office. ; 518-19 First National bank bldg.
A— CALIFORNIA'S > Largest Pawnbrokers. :
" Liberal loans on ; diamonds, • jewelry, ; sealskins,
fnrs; etc, ; \u25a0 banking rates; ladles', private office;
fire and burelar proof vault on the premises.
CALIFORNIA LOAN OFFICE,
.\u25a0\u25a0 .•\u25a0'.. . \u25a0> Formerly- known -\u25a0 at Goldwater's,
841 " Broadway^ near; 6th st.; . Oakland.
MONEY.LOANED oil furniture, • pianos and other
-: security;, lowest • rates; ; most, favorable terms
S? in J the » city : • tee ; others,"' then ;\u25a0 see." me- and be
.^convinced; I will save. you money; $2.23 weekly
. repays $50 ' loan. \u25a0 Phone . Market : So3S. .' r " -'\u25a0'\u25a0.- ,"
, GEOKGE W.,: MILLER, ":•.-,
. - Soo9 ' 1 Oth st., , S W. - corner Mission, ! r00m ; 35. \
MONEY, loaned • salaried ' people '\u25a0 and others ;upon
".-\u25a0;. tbelr i own -- names :,\u25a0 without - security ; > cheapest
/;: rates; \u25a0* easy ; payments; ;offlces ; In : 66 . principal
:. : cltles;< : save yourself.! money v by igetting tour
:terms,nrst.-.TOLMAN. room* 137.^787 Market
> St.", • S. I'V'.and'room 9,' 400 13th St., "\u25a0\u25a0 Oakland."
-V--- ;.','..\u25a0•». -. '\u25a0 ..,.,';.\u25a0 :'\",-\u0094: '\",-'~ \u25a0-..-'-.\u25a0 ' :'C .?'..*""' "'
MONEY TO LOAN— Contlnaed
MONEY— MONEY— MONEY.
Salaries — Chattels.
Life Insurance Policies.
Wage Earners' Investment and \u25a0 Loan Co..
_ . :. . 443 Pine, st. ; " ,
ADVANCES made on diamonds and Jewelry at
' lowest rates; safe deposit vaults: greatest pos-
sible care taken. BALDWIN JEWELRY CO..
: Van Ness and Sutter.- \u0084 - ... -
LOWEST rates, quick deals, no delay— Loans on
second mortgages, estates, legacies. Undivided
Interest. Whea yon need money see HERMAN
MURPHY, 546 Market St.. San Francisco.
R. B. AUSTIN CO. loans money to salaried peo-
f| pie; investigate <ur credit system. Rooms 353-5.
Pacific bnlldlng. 4th and Market tts.
ANY amount en real estate, nrst or second mort-
gages, or on any security: no delay; low rates.
O. W. BECKER, 2111 FUlmore near California.
TO loan — $2,000 on improvetl realty in Oaklsjid
1 or Berkeley, nt 7 per cent net. Box 21>73, j
Call office. Oakland. ' •".-' 1
AAA— Loans to salaried people. THE WHITE
CO.. S<>7 Monadnock bldg.; phone Donglas 2250.
ABOUT $7.0«Kl to loan by private party. Box
267. Call office.' _______
I. MAKE all kinds of real estate loans; "no \u25a0 de-
lay. GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Bdwy. Oak.
MONEY to loan at low rates of interest on real
estate. HEKOLD * LEVITSKY. 407 Pine st.
ANY snm. Ist. 2d, 3d mcrt. ; interest In estates.
R. McCOLGAN. rs. 314-315. 2t> Montgomery st.
A— LOANS on salaries. HOMB CREDIT & IN-
VESTMENT CO.. 523 Pacific bldg.. 4th & Mkt. j
ON furniture, pianos, etc.; strictly private.
BECKER. 2111 FUlmore st. near California.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without
lndorser. MORRELL, 92- Monadnock bldg.
ON furniture and pianos;' sls up; no remo-»l;
no com. TBEMAIN, 726 Buchanan nr. Hayes.
SALARY loans; other propositions. San Fraa-
clsco Discount 'Agency. 411 Pacific -building.
AM building. 7 flne cottages In center of city, 2
blocks from Key Route, which will pay 7 per
cent net, for $1,400 each, or one or morn of
them. Box 2968, Call offlce. Oakland.
$000 WANTED — On gilt edge chattel property:
will pay high rate of Interest and give good
security. Box 294, Call office.
WANTED— Loans, $500 and $1,000; first class
real estate security; rgood Interest. CUAN-
DLER & BOURN, 235 Montgomery st.
Amounts up to $10,000 at 8 per cent net for mtg.
loans. Dt; RAY SMITH. 1015 Broadway. Oak.
A— OIL— We earnestly Invite attention to the
Immense profits being made by the Judicious
investment in the oil Industry. Oil shares
are doubling and trebling In value, and this
is only the beginning of a tremendous increase
in values due to the enormous demand for Cali-
fornia oil. Drilling Is going on with unprece-
dented euergy in the great Coallnga fields, and
we already have. a representative there Inves-
tigating for some of our customers. We expect
to secure for them blocks of stock la com-
panios operating in proven ground which can
still be secured at low prices, compared to
what they will bring after listing. ' We have
. anticipated the interest in the oil business for
some tiiup, and are prepared to reply to in-
quiries for information and quotations on all
We are informed that the plant of the
California Pressed Brick Co. Is going to start
operation immediately. The shares in this
- company have a high intrinsic value, and any
more than can be picked up at the low prices
prevalent for several weeks are sure to show
large market profits. *
We have some interesting information on
Rawhide .stocks to communicate In our market
letter, which will bo mailed free on request.
WK WILL BUY— .
Western Pacific By. (common).
Hoag Automatic Press.
Hidalgo Plantation (all Issues).
Oceau Shore Bonds.
8 Oakland Traction preferred $52.50
Lit Zacualpa Rubber (all series). .
Paraftine Oil Co.
Buriingame T. T. Co.
WE WILL SELL—
100 Bishop Creek Cheap
500 American Duchess Oil $0.07', 3
25 Canadian Marconi .' 1.6U
20 Chicago-N. Y. Air Line * 4.75
10 Chiapas Rubber Bargain .
COO California Pressed Brick .45
20 Calif. Pine Box and Lumber 66. i50
3D Buriingame Tel. Type Co Free stock
OiKt Hoag Rapid Press .45
70 Nevada Gas Co. of Tonopah . 12.t>0
1.500 McKittrick' Oil Extension .' .15
1,000 Midway Oil (California) Bid
1,500 Monterey Coal .20
3 Madera Electric Water Co 65.00
1.000 Pacific Fruit Cool. & Vaporizine. .34
00 Pacific Wireless 1.70
77 Octave Mining . .35
3 Ocean Shore Bonds G57 .50
2.000 Shasta May Blossom .00
14 State Say. and Com"! Bank pfd. Bid
CO Telepost (first series* 9.n«i
1.000 Templor Ranch Oil ..: .11)
200 U. S. Gold Dredging -DO
I,ooft Vulcan Copper Bid
500 Yukon Basin Gold Dredging .35
RAWHIDE STOCKS— S PECI AL—
1.000 <; r utt mil Truett .or>
2,000 Grutt Minine .ft»V4
5,000 Grey Eagle Rawhide .O2=>4
2,000 Koyal Tiger .<XJ
1,000 Rawhide Rector .os»^
2.000 Sunbeam '. .02
2.000 Victor 091-i
1,000 Truett M. & I BUI
Prompt and quick sales made of all active
Largest dealers in unlisted securities In the
CHESTER B. ELLIS & CO., 714 Market St.
A LAND SYNDICATE.
One of the large real estate firm* of this city
Invites a few investors (ladies or gentlemen) to
join a private syndicate, in amounts of from
$2,500 or so up. for the purpose of imprnTins
and developing one of the bant— toniest suburban
tracts on the peninsula.
The owner is going in with us on an equitable
and fair basis, and there is an opportunity to
make a profit of about three to one within a
comparatively short time.'
The property is thickly studded with magnifi-
cent oaks and Is in every respect an I<lphl spot
for the purpose. Golf links will be laid out.
clubhouse built, artistic bungalows constructed,
etc.. and everything done to make the environ-
ment high class.
Address cox 100, Call office.
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR Ql,'lCK SALE.
$1,000 Ocean Shore B. R. bonds at.. .....5C50.00
1,000 shares Monterey Coal Company at.. .17
300 shares Cal. Pressed Brick Co. at.. .35
500 shares Hubbard Elliott copper at.. .85
7 shares Chiapas Rubber Co. at 53. 00
528 shares Hoag Rapid Press at .35
110 shares Uuited Wireless pref.
(stamped) at..... , 5.00
1,000 shares Pacific Fruit Cooling and V. .33
Address P. O. box 754, San Jose, Cal.
THE secretary of a Nevada gold mining com-
pKny wishes to Interest additional capital for
more ' aggressive development: this Ia ' one of
the best prospective producers and is close to
the latest sensational strike In Nevada; every
mining' facility at hand; now at work on the
property; want one or more investors to put up
$10,000 t0 '520,000:.- principals only: bunk ref-
. erences. Address Secretary, box I*4. Call.
We offer limited amount of C per cent first
mortgage real estate bouds. payable in short
term; bond to be issued against suburban tract
of San Francisco; the amount of bonds are one-
sixth of the sale value of the property. For In-
formation address box 225. Call office.
HERB Is an opportunity to Invest in long es-
tablished railway a»H _"ectric business; only
small capital required: «j* active party with
pood address and hustler SS^it desired. Write
for particulars. : Box 220. \u25a0 »H*» office. 3d an»l
Market sts. '•'.•:
GOOD investment; water worts In good, growing
-T: agricultural ' town in far vrestern state; pay
big Interest and snre to grow more valuable;
or will borrow $20,000 at 6 per cent for 10
years, j Address bos 210. Call office.
$I,ooo— OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY FIRST
MORTGAGE BONDS' FOR SALE AT $CSO
EACH; $100 BONDS AT $07.50.
D. E. BESECKER. -43 PACIFIC BUILDING.
"ABBOTT BUYS BONDS": -Ocean 'Shore. Mar-
- kef st. -Bank an<V Cal. Safe D.->p. boois; will
sell \rt mtir. Ocean Store Ey. 5" per- cent $100
at $CO, $1.000 at $650; buy now. 132 Bnsa st. ,
?500 of stock in golil dredging company for sale:
100 per»cent dividends absolutely; assured: fti!!
information to Intending purchaser. ; Box 07,
Call office. '•".-:-.
OIL . shares bare doubled and trebled Id price;
' are on the boom; icy oil and mining market
letter will keep you posted: It. is free. J.-E.
KERII. 30S Bush St.. San Francisco. Cal.
:T~~~T~ OIL LAND. .....__ . ; ~~" ,
1 have SO acres of. land 'in the oil district of
Kern which 1 \u25a0• would like to lease; make me an
offer. Adiire«s box 54. Call offlce.
DIVIDEND stocks bought and, sold :> loa ns nreo- :
tlatert- on approved securities*. . F. E. COR-
NISH. X! Bacon block, Oakland. . -. ',
WANTED — Names of people Interested In invest-
ments i for sure dividends. OU Company, 2628
Channlng way. .Berkeley. .
OCEAN SHORE $1,000 BONDS. $fMS. BOX 103. i
CALL OFFICE. « ' - - i
KOR sal<» — 300 shares McCarthy wireless or any
.* part at: 52. 25. Ca11 ; 507 Pacific bldg.
McCARTY wireless - telephone — Public invited to
i*emnn<tratlon.' room '40. Bscon hlrtg.^ Oakland."
• - .FINANCIAL .
BRING In' need of uioaey'wlll sacrlflc»'sO shares
\u25a0 \u25a0 Ensllsh - Marconi i.Wlreless < Telegraph , Cumpauy
Ltd. .Adrtrow* box 2Ss.* Call. - ,
COMPANIES "Incorporated: ; A rin ma: stock non-
1 - assessable. CORPORATION \u25a0 LAW CO.. 70S
- bank building. Oakland. _______
MINES AND MINING
mines of country. Company developing prop-
expert engineers. Can "commodate «\u25ba with
$100 each. Tune is short. lnTestlgate. tx>*
201. Call offlce. ____—— •
$1,000 buy* equal Interest with S o" rd _*' rif ' n ,l
* miners In a* developed gold mine; monej - wIU
be used for machinery to work ore •»_**»/ on
the dump; a chanco tC a Ufetime; inTestfg-te.
po agenta. Box 275, Call office.
iAILGEWAHR BROS. CO.. assaying la all lt«
braaches; accuracy guaranteed; send for man-
ing enrelope. 313 Cth st.. Oafcland.
GOLD, amalgam, rich 1 ore how^.J* ss n h .- SfK^
fiOc. Pioneer Assay Co.. 131 f'th nt. nr. How»r«i.
w s^i b llY2n ip^^ffi^ss:
tXlOQu* S« * • . ____________^^^^^^aMi^w_iwM
NOTICE IS HERE3Y GIVEN
That J. J. Callsh has sold his entire «««*«•« ««
barber shop at 2052 Polk st. to V. de Texlno.
January 19. 1900. _.
MY wife PAULINE GRAHAM, hartnc left my
g surzi g-jar "rsj-. 1 "
F. M. MBYEB will not be responsible, for any
debts contracted by hl» wife. ________
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE _
I HAVE In Berkeley store and 8 rooms; lot 50x
137; price $4,000; take part to trade- . ,
7 acres at Petalnma; price $4,000; trmda las
Oakland or close by residence. _ . -
Fine butcher business for "JfJ* t" 4 *^^
rooms -mi barn; on st_ St.. Oakland; price ,
$5,500; wUI trade for large house, pay easa
dl I > have e all kinds of exchanges and businesses
for sale. See _
812 Broadway, Oakland.
HAVE you property or a business fox sale or
exchange anywhere? If w>. scad for free copy
of ••__• New Way." It tells how tonui. a
deal quickly and at the least DOMjDle «*
pense. M. V. UOYLE CO.. 837 Pacific bldj..
San Francisco. Cal.
-OPPPORTUNITY" tells of hundreds of ex-
change opportunities all orer the Pacific coast;
farms, ranches, city property, businesses an. i
investments. Send for a copy today; It s tre*.
: Si. F. UOYLE CO.. Pacific bldg., San Fra_-
FOB exchange — In Pasadena, $150,000 incom«
property; want stock ranch to value or less;
would consider large tract of good land as part
payment. E. W. SMITH, with B. O. Kendall
Company. Pasadena, Cal.
CHAS. W FISHEB. Property Exchange Broker,
for qnlc- results. 660 Market st.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE— A beautiful home
In tlie select portion .of Boss raliey: cost
$10,000. WUI sell cheap for ca*b. or oa
very ea*y terms; or will exchange for unim-
proved property In San Franci»co, OakUad »r
Berkeley, or for grazing tanrt. EDWABDft.
BREWSTER & CLOVEB. Mills bldg.
FOB SALE OB EACHANGE^-^ Bats on a cor-
ner hi Mission district; new; rents $132 per
month: Tame $18,000. Will sell cheap for
cash, or will exchange f-nr nn lmproved prop-
erty. EDWABDS. BREWSTER A CLOVEK.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE— 2 new Cats. 4 and
& rvoms; on Potreru ar.: cost- $7.2W1- . Will
( sell on easy term* or will exchange for un-
improved property. EDWARDS. BiJETTSTEU
& CLOVEK. Mills b!dg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— 3 story bulidln?,
10 apartments. 2 flits and 2 stores, on -
prominent corner In the Western addition:
large lot: value $75,000; im-otuw $SWi» per.
mouth: will exchange for unimproved lot i:»
the burned district north of Market and *outa '
of Sacramento street; $2O.i**» mi>rtga§;? ,Mt
5 per cent net can stand. EDWABDS.
BREWSTEK & CLOVEB. Mill* bldg.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE— Apartment h-use.
new; 15 apartmeuts ia the best reutius lx— I-
tion in San Francisco; , secured lease; $.'!.»^!.»
per year; value $40,0<>n. Will exchanse for a
vacant lot north of Market *r. KDWABDS.
BBEWSTER & CLOVER. Mills bldg.
FOlt SALE OR EXCHANGE — 2 story and base-
ment brick and concrete butt'llug; 23 nxuus:
lnrge dininjr room and kitchen; targ!" lot;
close Id; Talue $2_,500; rents $2,100: will «»\u25a0*
change for Un!mpro*ed lot e«st of Lnrkln *t.
EDWARDS. BREWSTEB & CLOVER. MtlU
toil SALE* OR EXCHANGE— Equity In 0 room
dwelling: lot 23x80; on Duboce ay. ; snlendiil
nfichborhotnl; value $!>.C<X>: mortgage ?4,stHi:
j wlil exchange for latid in Contra Costa or
Sonoma county. EDWABDS. BREWSTKK &
CLOVEB. Mills bids.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— S room dwell Ins:
new; lot SOxl4l»: -Mill V:illey; 3 minutes* wai's
from ' station: value $S.WK). Will exchau^e
for small ranch within l-.o mi'en nt San Frau-
ci«x>. EDWARDS, BRE-WSTER &, CLOVEB.
FOB SALE OB EXCHANGE— I 6 apartments ."»
a Clay st. corner east of Larktn; rent* $•>!:."»
per month: will sell cheap for cash, or will
exchange for vacant property. EDVVARi'^.
BREWSTER _\u25a0 CLOVEK. Mil-t t>Wz.
Ft>R SALK OR EXCHANGE— Ground le-»se on
large lot. 22 year* to run; favorable tents;
4 story bri>?k bnildins; near the water frout:
renting for $1,000 per mouth, with option tf>
buy the lot: will exeiianjjo for unimproved
property north of Market st. EDWARDS.
BBKWSTEB A CLOVER. Mills bid;.
HERE is a legitimate chance to GET RICH.
For sale or exchange for San Francisco, Oak-
land. Berkeley or any good bay city property.
GKNEKAL MERCHANDISE STORE; stock ele i
and np to date; good country trade; livery and
feed stab!:;; a goml ' supply of harness, wagou*.
buggies, etc.: l> room dwellinsr. newly tarnished:
0 town lots; 2 stores: dwelling cottage; well
and windmill; water piped all over the place:
located In a prosperous conntry town, surrounded
by good agricultural lands, and not far frwu
good oil wells. Owner making clear of all
expenses from $T«0O to $ROO per month. Is ni>t
satisfied with a lesitimate business and a go«i<l
profit, but wauts to get rich quick In Nera d:t
mines. Of course he will go broke, but that '<*
not our bnslness. and the party who buys this
property will get rich if h<* attends to business.
n EDWARDS. BREWSTER A CLOVEB.
~~ TO EXCHANGE.
Lots, cottages, flats and business property In
Oakland, to exchange. What ha*e tou? D. F.
MINNEY. 422 llto at.. Oakland. -
CALL at our ofQce and look over exchacge list;
Improved farun to exchange for dry or Oak-
land property. McFAUL A EDWARDS, 327
Chronicle building. —
For sale or exchange — 20 acre prune orchard on
Saratoga road. 1 mil© from Los Gates.
Ownor. box 2075. Call. Oakland.
SAN MATEO REAL ESTATIg^
HAYWARD PARK (SAN MATEO)
HAYWAP.D PARK (SAN MATEO)
Adjoins "The Penlnsnla" Hotel.
Adjoins 'The Peninsula"* Hotel.
Do not consider HAYWARD PARK as yonr
probable heme until you have t-orounghly la-
Testtzated all other tracts offered. Do not
consider any other tract until you have ~ seen
HAYWABD PARK, then let your good, com-
mon sense guide you.
"Let yonr common sense guide" — Is not thi*
a fair Drope»tt!on?
WE KNOW that HAYWABD PARK is th»
best tract for sale In toe bay counties., and
so we ask you to see everything el.ie FIRST
—then YOU WILL KNOW as we do.
Lots at least 40 feet DOUBLE FBONT with
all Improvements, complete: within speaking
distance of the $500,000 "Peninsula" Hotel.
Send for Illustrated literature.
.ALDWIN&HOWELL. 318-324 Kearny St.. S. F.
FKANK S. GRUMMON. 216 B St.. San Mateo.
WE ARE SELLING THE EARTH
50x450 ft.: $400 up: 10 per cent DOWN. $10
PER MONTH. This beautiful tract is sur-
rounded by fine sb*de trees 30 feet high. 2
blocks from new school building costing $30.-
; 000.' Only 7 mlnoteV walk from station. Bnr
a lot ami make money. Build a home, stop
WE WILL HELP YOU.
SEE PENINSULAR RE.VLTY CO.. 2fi_ Main St..
opp. S. P. DEPOT. Saa Mateo. CaU
\u25a0PA LO _ A LTQ HEX L ESTATE
LOT. 200x150. well situated on a promtaent
avenue, for sale at a bargain. Address W. W
\u25a0 MADGK. 16CH OUT at.. Oakland. '
\u25a0 LIVERMOHE REAL ESTATE
LIVERMORE REAL ESTATE
For sale as a whole, .or will subdivide. 4S
acre fruit ranch: will exchange for . Oakland
or suburban property. ". 20 . acres tn choice fruit ;
Ideal location on county road.
- Five acres, all , Imp— .verne-nts: 1 mile from;
town: 2 : railroads: ion,ea«y terms.
Twenty s acres. g«4 boose, barn. well, wlnil-
' mill, tank.- Thieyonl^cbeap. on eas«y terms.' \
•FlTesp- p.mltry ranch, with buildings, en
, conntry rond; cheap; on easy terms.
\u25a0 Write \u25a0" for ' particnlars.. - •
G.A. UVVKXDKR.' LITormor-. Cal.
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