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BURGLAR ESCAPES
BY USING HIS GUN
Presses Revolver Against Mer
chant's Head When Latter
] Grapples With Him
JC. 11. BilWt, proprietor of a candy
store at 2057 Mission street, "<£as
awakened about 2 o'clock yesterday
morning by the noise of a man walking
in the hallway. He jumped out of
bed and grappled with the burglar, who
had entered the bedroom. The burglar
pressed a revolver against Billet's
head and Billet released his hold. The
burglar ran out of the. rear door and
escaped.
Julius Erdraan of Fort Collins, Colo.,
was induced by two men to go to a
room in the Hansford building. Market!
and Davis streets, Tuesday, where he,
lost $1W at poker. When he com- j
plained that he had been swindled they
returned him $20 of the amount.
Mrs. H. Thompson, 2213 Bush street,
rented a room to a woman Tuesday
night, and yesterday morning the
woman stole $80 from the dining room
and disappeared.
Mrs. Joseph de Guire was moving: her
furniture from 658 L,yon street to 785
Fifth avenue Tuesday afternoon, and a j
thief stole from a closet her satchel,
containing $75 and jewelry valued, at
SUO.
S. A. Phillips of the Pacific novelty
company fainted at Fourth and Mission
streets Tuesday afternoon and a thief
stole his diamond stickpin.
A tall blonde woman stole a, valuable
hat Tuesday afternoon from the mil
linery store of Mrs. A. Freeman, 33
Kddy street.
Mrs. O. Johnson. 2223 Twenty-third
street, reported to the police Tuesday
night that her boy, William, 14 years
of age, had left home that morning,
taking with him her gold watch, valued
at 150. About two hours later Police
jnan P. J. Welch found William lying
r>n the sidewalk at Twenty-third and
Kansas streets in an intoxicated con
dition. He said that Craby Mullln. who
lives with his parents in Pan Jose ave
nue, had induced him to steal his
mothers watch and Mullln stole a
bicycle from a lodger at his parents'
homo. They were to sell the watch and
bicycle, but managed to sell only the
latter for $10 to a messenger boy. They
were joined by four other boys and
went tA Millbrae, where they bought
two cases of beer from a saloon and
drank it. They were, all drunk and
lay on the grass along' the road, \u25a0when,
William charges, Mullin stole his
mother's watch from hfs pocket. Wil
liam was booked for a public institu
tion.
VAN NESS THEATER MAY
BE PART OF CITY HALL
Old St. Ignatius Block Offered
for a Site
The present Van Ness theater build
ing and the entire block bounded by
Van Ness avenue. Hayes. Franklin and
Grove streets was offered as a begin
ning and a sitf for th^ temporary city
hall to the city yesterday for $l! 000 a
month. The block, was formerly the
f=ite of St. Jgnatius church and college.
The conditions attached to the offer
were that the building should not be
sublet or used for entertainment pur
poses, that the lease should run three
years, with a two year renewal clause,
and that th** city might remove any
buildings constructed standing at the
expiration of the agreement.
Another site for the hall and propo
sition to build was the offer of a lot
on the south side of Market street 73
feet west of Eighth, a three story class
A building to cost $2.'0.0<K» to be erect
ed and leased to the Htv for $3,000
monthly.
POWELL STREET CABLE
SNAPS, WOMAN IS HURT
Accident Ties Up' Car Line for
Several Hours
A number of paEsengrers werf pc
i-ereljr shaken up and Mrs. S. P. Middle
ton of 2.J17 Post Btpeet was considerablx'
bruised yesterday afternoon when the
cable of tlie Powell street line snapped
and the ear was brought to an abrupt
halt at ,th<» crossing: of Bush street.
Mrs. Middleton was sitting in the
front of the and the jar tossed her
against the front window, which was
broken by tlie impact. She stepped
from the car and fell in a swoon, tfhe
said that she was. not seriously in
jured. A passing automobile carried
her to h~r home.
Mary Bizzo of 409 Vallejo street had
three fingers of her right hand cut off
while running a chopping machine at
the American van company yesterday
morning. Her Injuries were treated at
the Mission emergency hospital.
Charles Folsom of 2127 Twenty
fourth street. 3 years old, was scalded
by boiling water at his home yesterday
morning. The child was playing in
the kitchen and knocked the bucket of
hot water from the stove.
FHOOTS HlMSELF— Everett. Wash.. March 16.
.James kf»n»n. n pal'»«n keeper of .Darrington.
de*p<Mid<nt Iwavw hi« wiloon was burned
yesterday. Kiiot and kill"*! himself t<«day.
Marine News
JIfBWS OF THE OCEAN
1 J.I it tit ( *rfc«» for «he> Orient
The JjpißMf steamer I'nro Mam sailed far
Hongkong »nd way ports via Honolulu on Tues
day with cargo valued at ?Ss.*<so. «>xelusive of
treasure, and to be dintribtued as follows: For
Japan. SHO.B.V): inina. $19,402; Kor.n. $2,925-
Kan Indies, $1.3%; Vladivostok, S 1,1 40; Philip
pine Mandf. $144. The principal exports and
ihfir destinations were an follow*:
To Japan— 67o bales cotton. 21.349 lbs sorar.
W r-s canned (roois. I.ijOO Ibo raiMtis. 300 lbs
rtrW fruit. .VW) ib» nut*. 534 lh*. roffw. 294 lbs
chce*e, r»6_ lbs hams. 10b trals win*. 1,31 ft lbs
rubber. 30 roll* roofing. ;:» roJls and !\u2666> rs
leather. 7 c* stationery. 6 bulcis hose. 1.529 lbs
bras* wire. 1 automobile.
To China — 19 fibls flnor. J<».55?» Ibe bread. 4.715
lbs beans. .132 lbs lentil*. 1.<J20 I\# lianis and
l>acon. «!0 lbs nut*. 40 «\u25a0* salmon. 4.15 «•* canned
roods. 720 lbs lard. 3.JSJ It* dried fruit, 260
}to raisins. «2« lbs codfish. ?.,40:t lbs rb<'ese. «3. '
|<k£* fresh fruits. G.jno lbs sugar. <M 4» lba
tlried fish. 2.625 lbs coffee, 385 Ibs-mrals, 19
|»ks* drugs, Ji» rolls leather. 17 o* (shoe findings,
f> r* boots and shoes, S-tl pkp. roofing material,
2 pkp*. machinery, 7 cs typewriters, a bbln oils
124 pkes paint*.
To Korea — 45 pkff* machinery. 115 peg electri
cal goods. : 20 bdls iron. 3 flni-kx quicksilver. \u25a0<
To East Indies— .l 23 r-s canned good*, 53 cs
Mlmon. 436 lbs meals, no lbs cheese, 6 pkgs
provision*. 1 pkg machinery.-
To Vladivostok— lo,623 Ir* dried fruit, 50 c«
canned fruit.
Chance of Master*
Jtteatner Hanalel — Old master," T. P.. McFar
land: new master, Fred.Hamtue. Steamer Bloa»
som No. 2 — Old mister. •\u25a0 N. F. Buckingham;
new reafiter. Clarence Holman.
Enrolled— Schooner Oliver J.. Olson; master, E.
Ksllenberg.
Annjr Transports '
The Crook iptled February 19 for Manila. '" •
The Warren >s«t Shanghai.
The LogaD failed .March 7, for Manila.
The BnfortJ is Jn port. • .-
Tlie Sheridan galled March 15 from Manila
for this port. E_R99_B9_l
The Sherman Js in port..
The Thomas ie in -port. .
L.ATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
SAlLED
.Wednesday. March 16.
FOST BRAGG-^Sailed Mar 10-Stmr June* S.
Higgins, for San Francisco; stmr National City,
for San Francisco. \u25a0
EVERETT— Arrived Mar 16— Schr Melrose.
from Port Townsend; stmr Charles Nelson, hence
Mar 11. ' ! -
ISLAND PORTS '
KAANAPALI— SaiIed" Mar 12— Bark* Olympic,
for San Fraucisco. '
TACO 111 A, March 16.— Arrircd-iSteanjer Chas.'
Nelson, from San Francisco. Departed — Steamer
Governor, for sound ports.'
Engineer of Tug Drowned
VICTORIA. B. C. March 16,— Otto
Andernack, aged 4R, engineer, of the
tug Tussler, was mysteriously drowned
today. The \u25a0 tug- with the \u25a0 engineer
aboard left for Sooke.at noon today.
On arrival at the old quarantine sta
tion it was discovered that the en
gineer was missing. The tug returned,
but no" trace of the missing man was
found. It is believed he fell overboard.
INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADS
ACCOUNTANTS— CERT. PUBLIC... CoI. 8, P.,18
ASTROLOGY .Col. 4, P. 13
APARTMENTS .". Col. 6. P. 12
« .Col. 7, P. 12
ATTORNEYS...!....... ..'... ....... Co1 ' 3 « *' «
AUTOMOBILES Col. 8, P. 18
BAR AND STORE FIXTURES. CoL 1, P. 13
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES... Col. 2, P. 13
JUSINESS* CHANCE 5 ....:......... .Col. 2, P. 13
« •» ........... ..Col. 3, P. 13-
BUSINESS PERSONALS .^ ol - *> p v 13 .
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES Col. 4> P. 12
•« % - .« • •' . .... Col. 6, P. 12
BUSINESS C0LLEGE5 ........:.... -Col. 8. P. 13
BUTTONS AND PLEATING. ... Col. 1, P. 13
CARPET CLEANING. v» .Col. 1, P. 13
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS... CoI. 2, P. 13
CLAIRVOYANTS Col. 4. P. 13
COLLECTION AGENCIES.. : Col.'*, P. 12
COTTAGES TO LET - Col. 7, P. 12
DENT15T5............ ..Col. 3, P. 13
3BESS MAKING.: .....Col. I. P. lB
DIVIDEND NOTICES . C" 1 - *.' p - 13
EDUCATIONAL. .... . ..... . .Col. 3, P. 13
EMPLOYMENT OFFICEB.... .Col. 6, P. 12
EMPLOYMENT WANTED— MALE. . Col. 3, P. 12
EMPLOYMENT WANTED— FemaI*.. CoL 3, P. 12
FEMALE HELP WANTED Col. 5, P. 12
FINANCIAL ...Col. 6, P. 13
FLATS TO LET Col. 7, P. 12
FLATS TO LET OAKLANi) Col. 7, P. 12
FLATS TO LET— FURNISHED. . . . . .Col. 7, P. 12
FLATS FOR SALE— FURNISHED.. CoI. 7, P. 12
FOR SALE-*-MISCELLANEOUS..?...CoI. 1, P. 13
FURS.... Col. 1, P. 18
FURNITURE FOR SALE Col. 7, P. 12
: FURNITURE WANTED. Col. 7, P. 12
FREIGHT FORWARDING , Col. 7, P. 12
GLASS WORKS. Col. 2, P. 13
WORSES, WAGONS AND HARNESS. Ccl. 2, P. 13
HOTELS. Col. 7, P. 12
HOUSES TO LET— FURNISHED <-01. ;, V. 12
HOUSES TO LET— Unfuraiihed. Col. 7, P. 12
HOUSES TO LET— Alkmtd* Col. 7, P. 12
INVESTMENTS CoL 4, P. 13
...Col. 6, P. 13
LEGAL NOTICES .Col. 6, P. 13
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE Col. 3, P. 13
LOST AND FOUND '.Col. 2, P. 12
•• « ; CoL 3, P. 12
MALE HELP WANTED CoL 3, P. 12
Col. 4, P. 12
MATRIMONIAL.... Col. 4, P. 13
-IEDICAL '. ." c °l- 3>3 > p - 13
MATERNITY HOMES Col. 3. P. 13
MEETINGS— LODGES Col. 2, P. 12
MEETINGS— LEGAL. 001. 2, P. 12
MINES AND MINING. Col. 6, P. 13
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Col. 1, P. 13
MONEY TO LOAN ....Col. 5, P. 13
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS oci. i, f. 13
NOTARY PUBLIC Col. 3, ?. 13
OAKLAND HOUSE K'P'G. ROOMS.. Col. 6, P. 12
OFFICES AND STORES TO LET Col. 7,- P. 12
PALMISTRY ' Col. 4, P. 13
PROPOSALS AND BIDS ..Col. 5, P. 13
PATENT ATTORNEYS Col. 8, P. 13
PHYSICIANS Col. 3/.P. 13
POPULAR REMEDIES Col. 3. P.' 13
REAL ESTATE— CITY. Col. 6, P. 13
.Col. 6, P. 13
REAL ESTATE— COUNTRY .Col. 6, P. 13
REAL ESTATE— OAKLAND. Col. 6. V. 13
REAL ESTATE— ALAMEDA '... Col. 6. P. 13
REAL ESTATE— BERKELEY Col. 7, P. 13
REAL ESTATE— TO EXCHANGE ... Col. 7, P. 13
ROOMS AND BOARD OFFERED Col. C, P. 12
ROOKS AND BOARD — Berkeley «^>l. 6, P. 12
ROOKS TO LET— FUR.-UNFUR Col. 5, P. 12
•• •• •• ...Col. 6, P. 12
ROOMS TO LET— HOUSE KEEPING. CoI. 6, P. 12
SALESMEN & SOLICITORS WNTED.CoI. 5.*. 12
SANITARIUMS Col. 8, P. 13'
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS.... .Col.' l. P. HJ
SPIRITUALISM Col. 4, P. 13
SEWING MACHINES Col. 1, P. 13
I TITLES RESTORED. Col. 3, P. 13
! TRUSSES .Col. 4, P. 13
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES...^ 1 - 1. P. 13
UNPAID WAGES COLLECTED Col. 5, P. 12
1 MEETINGS— Lodges
I MISSION chapter No. 7?. H. A. M. — sS_Tt?ij
St.iTfil meetiug THIS iTHUKSDAY) tfagfJj
KVENING at S o'clooi. Royal Arch 'T./S^S
decree. Br order of the 11. P. 5?»5:?_T
K. S. AtJ.ES; Secretary. +¥*£*!
FIDELITY lodce No. 12". F. & A. M.— *
Sp.vial meet ins THIS (THURSDAY) f&k
KVENING at 7^»i O'clock; King - Solo- )K2?
' m.inn hall. Flllmore m. Firsi degreiv
Masons corilially invited.
FRF.DUKI'K BAnitV. Secretary.
LA PAKFAITE UNION ledge No. 17. F. _\u25a0
ft A. M.— Meeting FRJDAY. March IS, *^.
lftl". *> p. m.. Kins Solomon's ball. r&*& '
» First de?ree. By order of the W. M. .
P. ST. .TULLIEN. Secretary. \u25a0:
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO loilgc No. 212. J»
F. & A. M.— S|>e,ial meeting THIS «0^
tTHURSDAYt F.VENING. Nt 7:"0 *\JI
<>'<"i<w-k. Secoml Degree. By order of
the W. M. W. J. B. WARNER. Secretary.
CALIFORNIA lodge No. 1. F. k A. >L— A
Special int-ctine THIS (THURSDAY* Ja.
EVENING. March 17. 1010. at 7:30 *LM
o'clock, iv Corinthian hall, 2155 Gutter -yVj
I nt. Second degree. c -''•>>\u25a0•." : r!
EDWARD PEABODY. Sec.
DORIC lodge No. 216. F. &A. M. — Sro- «
cisl nu-eting THIS (THURSDAY) fj^,
F.VENING. at 7:30 o'clock. Tliir.i <1c-
' g.-e«. Master Jlasons cordially invited. .
2135 Stttter st.. By order of the Master.
J. R. GOLDSMITH. Secretary.
JEWEL lodjre No. ;?74. F. & A. M.— Spe- M
tial meeting TODAY (THURSDAY), at .W^.'
1:30 p. m. Tlilrd degree. *i_H
CHARLES S. TR*t:E. Secretary.
PRESIDIO lodsre No. 354. F. & A. M.. *
King Solomon's hall. 17.10 Fiilmore st. __7%. I
--Serr.nd .Ifcrer- THIS (THURSDAY) wLJfI |
EVENING; 7:30 o'rl.vk. . \u25a0* !
B.L.HESSF.LTINE. Secretary.
PACIFIC lodge No. 155. I. O. O. F.. wj|____V '
321 pPTlssdero .- 1. — Initiation -^JjHKfc !
THIS (THURSDAY* EVEN- ~3&&£&tgtFlJrG.~ 3 &&£&tgtF-
IJrG. Visitinc brothers cordially *?*>t;<*^
inTlted. H. SriIWERIN. N. G.
F. C. EDMONDS. H^. Sec.
ABOU BEN ADHEM lodce No. 112. ,_v»eag^«.,
I. O. 0. I".. 222 Van Ness ar.,
Hjeris TOXIGHT.
W. H. GILLHAM. N. G. f m,tf^'
W. r.. BROCK. Rer. Sec. \u25a0
3IEETINGS— LegaI
THE ANNUAL MEETINcTof the stock jiolders
of HUTCHINSON SUGAR PLANTATION
COMPANY will be held on TUESDAY, March
22. 1910. at the hour of 11 o'clock a. tu. at tbe
office -of 'the company. No. 268 Market St..
room 210, San Francisco, Cal.. for tbe purpose
of electing directors for the ensuing year and
for tbe consideration aod transaction of such
other businesses may come before tbe'meet-
ing. Transfer books "will close on SATUR-
DAY. March 12, 1810, .at the hour of 12
o'clock m. BY ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT.'
H. W. THOMAS. Secretary.
Dated March 7. 1010. -
ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE..
Tbe annual meeting of the members of the
BnildersV Exchange will be. held \u25a0on . Monday,
March 21,-initl. at ISO Jessie st., San Francisco.
at 11:30 o'clock 11 nr " ~'"il|'(iilil(ii'i>'HLiJj'lM"^lJMHftßK'
The election -of direct/r« for the ensuing year
will be held at the. same piece and date. Polls
open at 12 o'clock m. to 3 o'clock p. m.-
- By order of the board. •\u25a0\u25a0'
-:\u25a0:•-- S. H. KENT,' 'President.
JAMES A. WILSON. Secretary. . .'.\u25a0 U'X
LOST AND FOUND -, •
) IF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG— Advertise it j
here. It will be returned to you if an honest
person finds it. 1 Remarkable recoveries are
brought about every ' day through this column.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING BRING IT
to the . : . .
S»n I'rnnoinco Call -. . \u25a0 .\> ' -•
r Lost and Found Bareaa. i'
; <| Tfclrd nnd 3larket street* ]L' . .
1 Get ; a claim : check. Have it ; advertised.
Reclaim it if the > owner'does not. - «; •
THE LAW— People who find lost articles
are interested in knowing that the state law ,
is strict in requiring tUem to seek the own-
ers ; , through .: advertisementa and otherwise,
•nd ., that failure to ldo so, if ; proof - can be
ebown, it involves \u25a0 \u25a0 severe penalty. '. ,-*j
LOST— -Thursday. -March '10, goW {pin. •crescent
with leaf set with 1. garnet; on Telpgraphav
Tar. Webster -ft. local, train ; or ':\u25a0 S. :-- P. , ferry
boat. v . Retnrn to 4!Jp~36tb st., phone Piedmont
44'y^reward.' , .\u25a0 . , . .; .;; -,-. \u0084- ...
LOST — Double hoop v. platinum and >' gold '\u25a0' finger
, ring. -, corner 3d and 'Market sts. ; c reward more
'than- value. HERMAN;- LAYER, 423*Phelan
: Imilding:. r-.'\u25a0>.'.r -.'\u25a0>.'. •\u25a0•.;:'/."\u25a0.,. \u25a0"\u25a0'•- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;. .'•-.• '- . - . ; ; « v
LOST — Pa«t*book- N«. 75CT>. issued, by .'the Mutual
-' Ba vingd . lja.uk. -Ti'liider- will . pleats • return \u25a0 sninc
r ". to" bank, t or, ! a new passbook will be issued. . •\u25a0 \u25a0
-\u25a0-;».\u25a0 ' •\u25a0•• • - \\u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0-,/\u25a0.- --- - . f . . .;-j .. \u0084; \u25a0 'v- • \u25a0 \u25a0--•
THE SAN MANCISOOA GALL, THURSDAY, iMAKCH '17, I^iu.
* LOST AND FOU>'D^-Contlniied':
LOST— Lace collar. '• from \u25a0 ferry to San : Anselmo.
•Return to MISS NASH. 423 Fulton st.; reward.
FOUND— Sum of money: state amount and where
lost., Address hoi 3435. Call ofnVe.
EMPLOYMENT- -AVAXTED— Male --' -
BOOK KEEPER, -expert - accountant, will keep
small set of books; '\u25a0 books opened, closed, bal-
anced. Box- '-340tf, Call office. ;, \u25a0 ,:..
BAR TENDER, sober, married, age 29, desires
position for -self- »md " wife: 'no. objection "to
-- oountry. \u25a0 Box 3424,- Call lofflce.. ..- \u25a0\u25a0". ••.\u25a0;:•••'\u25a0 ;- •
CHAUFFEUR and mechanic, experienced. - will
..drive any. make of gas car:: sober; nontobnceo
user; prlvatcowner preferred; city or country.
- Address W.L. P., 3047 |7th St., S. F. \u25a0"•\u25a0-\u25a0
CH INESE ' boy . wants position as - cook : best : of
'\u25a0-. references; $35 , per month. . SSI \u25a0 Washington
, St.. -box --46. o.'< '. .. \u25a0--;:• '" •\u25a0-.""\u25a0
CUTTER — Experienced tailor, . In ; or ' ou_ of city, i
Box 3431, Call ofnee. \u0084 ]
EXPERIENCED bellboy wants positinn'in family
hotel. \ Address box 3436. Call office. : ~
FIRST CLASS Japanese, cook wants position, in :
private family, In. the city or country; please I
call by letter, t FRANK ITOE, P. 0. box 373,
Oakland. r -.:>-;. ; .;\u25a0\u25a0'- ;-' ,'-.^" ''.-.
FIRST CLASS bathman wishes position. Address
box 3418, Call office. -'\u25a0";. ' .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0".'.'
FIRST CLASS r German cook wishes position;
private family; wages :$45-up.: $45-up. ; 652 7th St.,
Oakland: tel.r Oakland 3."0 a.' / "\u25a0 - : " :\u25a0 \u25a0.
FRENCH and Italian cook desires a, situation in
private \u25a0 family, hotej •or restaurant; k city . or
country; good references. Address box .-3419,
\u25a0 Call office. •\u25a0---. \u25a0- .\u25a0••-.' •.--'.•-\u25a0 \u0084:::\u25a0' - . -
GERMAN man . and wife want : situations .on a
private place in the country;: wife good cook;
man all around 'helper; best of .reference fur-
nished. Box 3425, Call office. ." '
PAINTER, paper.hanger and tinter wants work
from owner; , has all . tools. .' Painter, 2771 . Fol-
som st. : phone Mission OSI B. . . \u25a0 '. -
PRACTICAL gardener, Al in all branches, thor-
• onghly:reliable,* industrious, strictly -sober.- de-
sires position j on.' private or commercial place;
best of local references; please state particu-
\u25a0 lars. Address box 4412. 3011 16th st.. city. -..
SITUATION, wanted by coachman and gardener;
worked 15 years In "private family. Box 4138,
Callofflce, Oakland. - .
SITUATION : wanted -on a poultry ranch by ex-
perienced poultryman; good gardener; milk-
man. Box 3427, Call office.
WATCHMAN, reliable, best' references, desires
position. Address box 5341, Call office.
WATCHMAN, experienced, desires position; best
references. Box 3006. -Call offlce.
WATCHMAN wishes position; best city refer-
ences. 1412 '37th ay.. Fruitvale. -
WANTED— By a married - barber, n steady Job,
ctty or country.' after Sunday.'- March 20. Ad-
dress before* Saturday night. March 10, Barbed,
room 4. 1323 Stockton st., city. " *
WILLING, handy young man wants chore work
on rancß or private " place; good food and
lodging: small wages. Box 4134. Call office,
Oakland.
YOUNG man, 24 years of age. desires position
with first class concern as .cierk. salesman or
collector: 6 years' experience: best of refer-
ences: hard worker. Box 3420, Call
YOUNG German wishes position : as watchman:
can furnish pood reference: held Ust place 10
years. Address Imj 3444. Call offlce.
YOUNG m:m. IS. wants position after school
and all day Saturday;. best references. Address
R. F. STERNITZKY. 201 Chsrter Oak st.. city.
YOUNG German wants work in grocery or hard-
ware store, or any ofher wort. Box 3264. Call.
THE KILLMOR,E BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT K'.l-FIU.MORII ST.''
EMPLOYMENT WAXTED— £e™£!|e^
COMPETENT young lady wishes situation to do
general office work; has had several years' ex-
perience in newspaper offlce; employed at pres-
ent, but wishes to obtain a position with more
chance of advancement. Address box 3206. Call.
COMPETENT middle ngetl . woman, good plain
I'orlß etc.. no washing; in family of 2 or -S
adults: object, a good home -more than big
whpcs: trustworthy and temperate; reference.
003 14 Washineton st.. Oakland. ' ,
COMPETENT, experienced stenographer desires
position: $fiO. Bot 3416. Call offlce.
FIRST CLASS German cook. \u25a0 stood bouse keeper,
wishes position in private family. Box 4931,
Call offlce. 16?il Fiilmore /t. .
FIRST CLASS cook wants position as . bouse
keo|>er ' for' a p&ntleman.- Apply S14 X Mc-
AHUter st. - '..'
FRENCH second pirl, eood. references, wants a
place in Palo Alto. Menlo or San Mateo. Call
or write to MISS PLUNKETT. I«W Suttcr st.
GOOD Japanese girl .wants situation In small
* family, to do conerol housework and cooking.'
Box 4{>;!3, Call office. \u25a0 nai Fillmr.re st. . ,
GERMAN woman, good cook, wishes position in
Oaklsnd; wages $.V.. ..Write B. W.. Rust, Con-
tra Costa county, Cal. ______________
MASSEUSE — Strong, gentle, perfectly trained;
gives deep kneadiug massage;: alcohol and oft
rubbingr- ladies only: . at your home; liighest
references. Box 4028.: Call offlce.
MIDDLE AGED lndy wishes. to run machine: ex-
perlence.l ; \u25a0 object, to learn trade. Address
box 4*,o4.Csn office. 1651^Fillmore st. .
POSITION as house keeper, city or country. Ad-
dress box 3143. Call office.
REFINED graduate nurse wishes position in doc-
tor's or dental office; good references. R. B.
!.<».; P. O. box 547. San Jose. Cal. .- \u25a0\u25a0
STENOGRAPHER desires work for half day
morning or afternoon. Box 3415. Call office.
THE rich ami the poor will enjoy the refresh-
ments lit the Favorite, 947 Market st.
WANTED— Position by. refined girl as child's
nurse; best of references.' Tel. Park 4198.
WOMAN, competent cook, -wishes a (situation in
a priest's home, city or country: best of refer-
ences. Box 4107. Call office. Oakland.' :
YOUNG German laundress of best references
wants work by the day. .washing. • Ironing and
house cleaning. Box .".447. -Cull <»ftk-e. \u0084
YOUNG lady wishes h position In a bakery cof-
fee parlor; no objection to salsr.v. - AildrcF6 box
3413. Call of floe., ; ,
YOUNG; woman who hatj had sonieliospitnl expe-
rience desires position as useful 'companion. -or
would .ear£ for a younc zirl who'is attending
school: willinpr to, assist !o the. duties of a
borne: salary $30- to %X>. Phone West (»S3ft.
\u25a0" WANTED ToJIkARX TRADE
WANTED — Your work pays the expense to learn
• trade that pays $.*> day in few monibs* time;
electricity, antomobilcs," plnmblng, brick laying;
actual- contract jobs; 200 students last- year.
United Trade School Contract Co.. 1R23 Mkt.
HEIiPJIVAXTEJD
ANDRE'S. 1"44 Lai-kin" st.— -All around cook,
country l»ot<*l«' $<»o;>. man-and wife for private I
place for cooking; an<l. hoiisework, : $fif) :up: ]
biisboy for tlininjr roi>ui. -.530-$J»>:" cook for re- j
sort. .«.>(•: car*<lener. $25 to $4.1; choreman, I
bclp. in the garden and niirsery, . S2S up;; and
. » goofj many others. . \u25a0
WE want a few live, responsible men and women
as deputies for Fraternal Order Mountaineers In
. cities and towns around the bay; we bare the
best proposition on the . coast. Call or address
\u25a0 T. O. M., room 52, Bacon block. Oakland, C_l.
WANTED— Men and' wonjen to learn, the barber
trade: special" rates -on now; : branches in all
th« principal cities.. United States and Canada;
we guarantee" to teach you the trade. Moler
College. 234 3d st... .: . . ,
MEN AND; WOMEN to learn the barber trade
absolutely free:'.no limit -to time. Write or
call for- particulars. 1 THE S. F. :, BARBER
COLLEGE. 700 Howard st. •
LABORERS and mechanics to know that. Ed ward
. Rolkin has ; reduced ; the \u25a0: rooms at the : Denver
. house, 3d and Howard sts.. to 35c per day; $2
"week: hot and coft. water In 'every, room. -
FREE — W teach iiien-. and women the barber
\u25a0 trade. at)soli:tely. fre». \u25a0at the old reliable San
' \ Franelseo '; Barber ;*. College; established ISO 2.
\u25a0\u25a0' 7»f Howard st.-.. - • .\u25a0 .
GOOD ; all- around chpf .-- for ; a spring; -. answer
with, references, . age -nd. nationality. -Box
4SW4. (Jail ofiicf.> : ;^ \u25a0 \u25a0>: / .
WANTED— 6OO. men to' occupy rooms,' 2oc to 30c
per night (free bath), at the NEW YORK, 753
. Howard ~«t.\ between '3d' and 4th. - /. " \u0084
COMPETENT. ; male ' stenographer familiar j with
. '•nachlnery terms.V. Th« -s Compressed ' Air - Ma-
-chinery C0..»">33 Market st./v '.'\u25a0\u25a0".'-:\u25a0\u25a0 > '\u25a0' "".-':-" . !
WANTED— Wide awake.'> experienced wash goods
- salesman.'*--. Apply ssllALE BROS., Inc.,- ; llth
: and Washington; sts.,^Oakland.'- 1 -- -"- " \u25a0-\u25a0- \u25a0/- \u25a0\u25a0-,-.-\u2666
ADVERTlSlNG | solicitor; r good commission: - ref-
erenceß'. required: ? business,'. magazine." Address !
- box 3417, Callofflce. !,. .
WANTED-^3 good solicitors for work-in Oakland
and • vicinity. , . Apply Call r office, 468 11th St.;
v Oakland.. ~ '.'"',.\u25a0,.•. •\u25a0- : --. i • ';: \u25a0 .. :'\u25a0""..' »\u25a0.-",\u25a0:.-.-.'."
MEN wanted ' at 103 3d • »t. " to ; have i their shoes
:\u25a0;:' repaired: seWed soles ,7sc.'; done :in ; 10 minutes:.
LABORERS vrnntcd \u25a0\u25a0 &V- the -Coweil • Portland \u25a0 cc-
;\u25a0:\u25a0-. ment/ plant.' Cowell.i Contra; Costa 1 C 0. ,: Cal. ) •-.
NEW ; i WESTERN, 1124 't Howard-^Slngle . roomi, i
13 15 - and 20c per night ; i hot and ; cold ; water. %;;!>>! I
BUSHELMAN wanted:-- BROWN? BROS S &' CO.,
: ti(i4, Market st:* -~.~*'_ :"^"" ;' "\u25a0' '1 ; rv : ]^:. :
BOY' I wa nted ', In- 1» Ilor -. Btore.'; ': > Q08 \u25a0- Market . St.; i
V t rooms 210. :J,i.' \u25a0'\u0084: \'.--->V; -2''«'-^--\^ . : -," ; ' > ; V -.. |
BLACKSMITH «; wanted-; on " truck ami;* wagon
\u25a0ii work.*.^>4o:Brannan st.-*: \u25a0 S' "" "' ' i: "' '.\u25a0'.;''. '\u25a0;..,•" '-"
COO 'I men ; wanted • to ' get.' a free ' shave.* 670 Wash-
;:' Ington'st/ near Kearny A' :'i"". '-: '-\u25a0}--. .- -,:- ,
\u25a0 M KN ' to learn *\u25a0 barber i trade tlns 6 * weeks ; > special '
rate.".C7o .Washlngtoa' at. 'near Kearny. \u25a0 ;y \ ' j
\u25a0 MALE ' HELP WAATEU— Contlnned \u25a0 .
. MURRAY &•. READY,
/ LEADING EMPIX)YMEXT AGENTS,, : J
\u25a0 White Palace Hotel Building.
. -11th and Market sts.; San'^Francisco.
- Phones— Market - 656-657. ' Home J1546. ,/ 1
\u25a0- - BRANCH OFFICES:- "^
l : ~. 7th and Broadway, opposite S. P. Depot,- ;
_ V' '\u25a0 • .Oakland. " "
-Phones:. Oakland- 7361, Home A 5745.
- - - \u25a0'\u25a0 2d- and^ H. sts., \u25a0\u25a0' Sacramento. . -- . : .
2a aud Main sts. "and .126 Marchcsault st.,.
_ -• - " ' \u25a0 Ivos Anselt'S. \u25a0- >
Latin office, 528 Jackson St., San Francisco.
"OREGON,' FREE FARE. OREGON>
;v' * 'KLAMATH FALLS. , .
CAIXiR, DORRIS, WE3D. :
SOO . teamsters, ' laborers, ; drillers, rockmen,
, tunnelmeu, iiamniprmen, 1 ' muckers, ' etc.
. ALL FREE FARE— SHIP TODAY
WHITE PALACE HOTEL.
<\ISR NEW -"-SINGLeI: ROOMS', INCLUDING
BATHS; SUN AND ELECTRIC LIGHT IN
; EVERY ROOM.
- ; ?1.r.0 PER WEEK— fALL" AND SEE THEM
Oil SAFE: DEPOSIT BOXES \
',: - OO'iSAPE DEPOSIT -BOXES
. FREE OF CHARGE TO GUESTS.
50 splendidly' furnished romus <N i. > s<\ 35c and
50c per -day; free baths with, every. "room;
largest hotel office and clubrooras on Pacific
coast ; f ucing Van i Ness a y. ; ' baggage / checked
and I stored . free of charge; liigliest grade cf
white help employed. r \u25a0 ' ' -.-•-•\u25a0\u25a0
.WHITE PALACE* lIOTEI--NEVER CI-OSED
. "11th and Market sts.. Sail Francisco.
FREE FARE.
• TRACKMEN — LABORERS
25 trackmoi), spikers. strappers, men for steel
and . ballast gangs, laborers, etc. ; wages $2
to $2.50 day. v - - .-:-,.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY \u25a0*
FREE FARE. /
. . NEVADA LINE.
ONE DOLLAR IS, ALL IT COSTS.
SCK) teamsters, laborers, drillers, rockmen, tun-
-- nelmen, muckers, miners, \u25a0 etc. ; wages $60 to
,SHX». \u25a0 .: - ' - ,' !
ALL FREE .FARE— SHIP DAILY i
OFFICE FEE ONE DOLLAR. \u25a0 '/.A
•• • FREE— FARE \u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0
. NEVADA— LINE and v
--, APPLEGATE— COLFAX, :\ -•>
' BOWMAN— LANDER— NEW ENGLAND
.MILI-S- AUKURY— LOOMIS and >
* TRUCK EE.' DISTRICTS.
* 500 MEN WANTED.
C. P.- R. R. RECONSTRUCTION.^
100 machine and band minors, header; and
. corner men; wages $75 to $100.
Teamsters, \ laborers, ... drillers, tockmen, con- i
crete . men, muckers. .
ALL— FREK-3-FARE— SHIP
' MORNING AND NIGHT.
CARPENTERS —
BRIDGE— CARPENTERS.
LONG— JOB .
— — GOOD— JOB
10 more bridge carpenters for a big electric
power co.'h work. $00.- -
\u0084!__. CJO— TO— IT - — :
" PART FARE ADVANCED.
SHASTA —SHASTA. . '
TO— TIIE-^AA\*MILLS.
FARE— REFUNDED.
25 laborers, no experience required, .for a big
lumber co., $00. fare refunded.
10 laborers. R. R., grade lumber co., $60. /
BEAUTIFUL SONOMA.
TO THE SAWMILLS. '
WORK YEAR ROUND.
\u25a010 laborers for the yards and mills, $30 and
found.
READ THIS. SPECIAL
LIST CAREFULLY.
Porter and -watchman, country hotel, boss
here. $.10 and found. '\u25a0 /
Young man. drive; wagon, city. $10wcek.
-\u25a0- Plasterer to take contract, boss hen 1 .-
Stableman.' country. .*4O and fount].
- Blacksmith," country shop. $2 day and found.
. 2 cement finishers, country, $3.50 and $4 day.
-'Portuguese milkers, near city, $40 and _fd.
4 cutoff men. country mills and factories,
$7.-) and $90.
Wood turner and sliaper hand. $3.50 day.
2 machinists, country, $,"..25 day.
MARRIED HELP.
Farmer alid wife, ranch. $.%() and found, bow
hero; FreiK.-bman ami wife to tlt> chores ami
help ,in house, vineyard, $50 and found; 3
fanners and wires, other ranches,. s4o to $60
and found. '
$2.50 DAY. ft HOURS.
20 laborers, . large company, for £2!30; 9
liimrs, $7.">. " ;
HAND DRILLERS. \u25a0
20 li«nd drillers, power company, S hours, $00.
NEW PIPE LINE.
10 lifoorers, no- e.\[iorieucc, to work on pipe
line, ?iiO to STS.
• . LABORERS— PLANT TREES.
10: laborers for digging holes and- planting
trees, $UO. ' : •
FREE FARE TODAY.
FOR A BIG NEW TUNNEL.
'20 muckers. $«7.."">0. •
FREE FARE— SHIP TODAY.
FOR— ONE— OF— THE"— BIGGEST
ELF/'TRM; POWER «O.S. .
\u25a0 V-- . PAlfP— FARE— PAID '\u25a0'.
25 laborers."^ no . experience required, for all
clnsses ut work of a. big power" plant, $47.50
and fouud.
HAND MINERS
PART FAKE PAID
10. hand miners for a new tunnel, $30.
TOOLS' FURNISHES) y
WOOD CHOPPERS *
5 wood choppers.^ $1,50 fare. S2 cord.
TKAMSTERS
10 teamsters. Bant:i Crne county. $60.
RANCH TEAMSTER?!.
s'teamsters. Micnr rompnriv's rnnch. $30, fd.
5 STONECUTTERS
I 5 stowo cutters, steady, north, $5 day.
CEMENT— FINISHERS.
CONCRETE-- LABORERS
5 cement tinit-bors for a big job, country, $3.50
to $4 day. : .
QUARRY LABORERS i-,V* , >
£5 laborers lor h larce company's quarry to go
south, steady work," $07.00..
work on farms'. orchards.
vineyards; dairies, etc:
! 3 tcanisti-rs. drive big teams, same ranch,
' $40 i and found.
it; farmers to plow in orchards and vineyards,
\u25a0 $.">0 and found.
j 122 general ranch hands, ' $1- and $2" fare, $30
"to $40 and found. ' \u25a0 . \u25a0 •
Portuguese milker, south, .$4O, fd., fare re-
fuhded. .
9 milker?. $1 to S3 fare. $35 and $40, fd.
GARDENERS. CHOREMEN
3 gardeners, private places, $35 and found.
2 vegetable gardeners, $30 an«l $:>•> found. ,
5 cboremcu, private places, $25, $Mv, $33 fo.
YOUNO'MEN. INSIDE' WORK.
COUNTRY- FACTORY
i- JO youDg men to work In : sash j and' door fac-
tory, country, steady work and chauco of ad-
vancement.
HOTELS. KF.ST.V'URANTS. INSTITUTIONS.
, Cook. rcstßiirant,' short tlistanoo from city.
$17.50 week and board: waiter, country . res-
taurant, $10 week nn«i board: cook, ranch, San
• Mateo county.- s:to and .found; cook, few nie.n,-
ranch,'s2r> and found: lauudr.rmau. iustltutioti.
$:r. hikl fouml: :S laumlrynien. country. $40
• 'nml. 'found; 2 \u25a0wnitcrs.>eountry hotels, $:w and
fouiiri:'J porters. $.".(i and found; 4 coom. coun-
try hotels. $40 and $.">O and found ;tl4 kitrlien
biiDax, ateb washers, etc., ?jM to $40 nnd
fourtd. 1 v . '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0£:?.:\u25a0*
'FOREIGN LABORERS. •
i ITALIANS— AUSTRIAN'S
SPANIARDS— MEXICANS.
.:->-* POLES— UJISSIANS
\u25a0 \u25a0 . SLAVONIANS — PORTUGUESE
GREEKS \u25a0\u25a0f&fS^&so&&3xi&&
\u25a0 'fidO foreign laborers . for all classes, of \u25a0 work,
including, railroad work, f-awmills. wood*,-log-
glng.eamps, manufacturing plants, etc., elee-
" trie - light and power \u25a0 company, etc. ; wages $2
to $2.75 per day. -
LOTS OF THEM; FREE FARE.
COME* AND SEE. -
SPECIAL 1 NOTICE.-
German. Scandinavian. French. Italian. Rus-
sian. Slavonians," Spsnlsh and ' Greek spoken
nt this office.
GET OUR DAILY LIST— FREE TO ALL.
" -Call and see nur bulletin boards. Work com-
ing by phone, tele-pram a"'l mall all day long.
MURRAY A- HEADY.
11th and Market sts..: San. Francisco.
;7th and Broadway. Oakland. '/'
-il anrl H sts.. Sacramen_to__________
BARBERS •: .• v
BARKER -CHAIRS. /
. - - . , \u25a0 \u25a0 -/ -^ \u25a0 .--
; We have jnst received the. % sample of our
PORCELAIN GLASS : ENAMELED S lOlO V model
chair. .; < This* chair i has - many new : features • and
outclasses ALL other makes in: finish, -appear-
ance . and - comfort both to 'the \u25a0: customer and
barber. CALL AND ; SEE • IT, : for It is ;to > your
interest. Sold on easy , terms and at a price far
below, air competition V- If you are. about to open
a shop or remo<lel; don't -fall ito see us. ; We fit
up shops complete on very easy-installments." : ;,.
BARKER.^NC n .,_'
Phone Franklin 3800. .' . -94 Turk, st.
-".'. '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0•-• EUGENE F. PANARIO.'Mgr. \u25a0; r
GENTLEMEN. >we have '. added to our \u25a0 stock the
iv: famous '-• "DIAMONDINE" razors. \u25a0• Every \u25a0 one
O"? GUARANTEED : brand >• NEW.' No repollshed
•: -razors' in tmr store.' . \u25a0 ; -.'\u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0' ' ;-*,;
...Sizes -4-8 und ;«">-£. KThe price. , $1.50.' Mall
5 orders" reecive : immediate attention. '
EDW..L.. cORDY t &:CO.. «S?-TAYr/)R ST.,
X RELIABLE .BARBERS'.' SUPPLIES.^ \u25a0\u25a0-:
BARBER \u25a0; shop : for sale ; r 2 chairs; j living • rooms;
t no opposition ; suburlw^ of * Oakland \u25a0« and Clare-.
v - mont ; ; owner : .in 'other ' business ; •? rent $12.50;
\u25a0 lease, j" -4 US' College <\u25a0 ay., Oakland. ."-.;' \u25a0-\u25a0< \u0084 ' -.; \*u;
ARREST " that • barber if he don't buy. his barber
: goods = at: cheapest place on coast; .complete 1 2
; revolving chair shop $50; credit; nonforfeitlng
,ylease.M ; ,394tHayeB lBt.-;----:l 8t.-;----: \u25a0''-' -~-~ v -- : i -"\u25a0'- -'' --^:: \u25a0""
Si I HYDRAUMo ; rhair E shop. ' nicely; fitted.' : corner
: ; v; near ,Market : niuist i sell: • owner no '\u25a0 barb»r;: rent
_> $25 : > price- $aoo. \u25a0 ? &*, CO.v> 830 • Mar-
-\kct-st.? -y-x - -\\ ::\u25a0 -:.- v- \u25a0 \u25a0:"\u25a0 ;•;;, :."..^-,:'- : .- '- '
jgAgjBERS AXD SPPPIJES-nContlnned
BARBER ". SHOP ;AT.A -. BARGAIN— 4 chairs :
\u25a0 ; nicely = : fitted up: \u25a0 good -- location; v must sell;
$550. :.; COLEMAN \u25a0. & C 0. ,. 830 Market st. \u25a0
$500--4 1 chair, shop. near corner Market" St.: good
neighborhood ; •: running > H • steady ; - fitted up to
date* bargain. . COLEMAN & CO.. S3O Market.
$225- : -2 chair shop; transfer ; corner; 'good'^ busi-
ness; rent. s2s; bargain. ». COLEMAN & CO..
S3O \u25a0 Market st/;, : :
$2So— For . sale, - best an*d - finest : fitted - 2 chair
. .- shop in ' city; satisfactory . reason • for selling,
'-or, will lease: cash or. terms. : 425 Clement st.
2 CHAIR barber shop, for sale; snap. 16S1
Ofarrell st. near Fiilmore. y -\u25a0.
2 COLUMBIA chairs. 1 pole. 1 washstand. $40.
; .'..•At BAUER'S. Barbers' Supplies. 1554 Ellis st.
BARBERS'. Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary . W. 7 BARON. 775 Mkt. ; phone Kny. 5384.
$230 ; buys a 3 ' chair ; shop -: in Market st. : free
.rent; -owner has' other business. Call 237.4 th.
COUNTRY I barber | shop wanted : . 2 -chairs steady '
/ or \u25a0 more." Full i particulars, ; box 1 3445, ; Ca11. .
FURNITURE of a barber shop for sale with two
. , new ;\u25a0 Koke.n chairs. : 1(508 ; Stockton st. ,
BARBER desires position 'for Saturday and Sun-
. dny. H.'KELLER. 233 4th st.. '
PARTNER: wanted, 10c shop; ; money maker. 200
;*-4thist.vr -i-'-" .---,-:\u25a0: -\u25a0 \u25a0 " \u25a0*•" \u25a0 "-\u25a0 '
3 CH-AIR shop for sale. 32 7th st.
PORTER wanted. Barber shop, 1777. Geary st.
$275: buys $500-3 chair shop; $200 business; 11 v-
. ing rooms.; 281 9th st. r ; .
FlNlL'4chalr outfit for sale,' cheap; call and In-
spect. 715 Turk st. .
FIRST CLASS 'barber; steady job. 358 Mont-
gomery aV. "•-'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•-•\u25a0\u25a0 • '\u25a0 . - \u25a0 '
FEMALE I .HELP AVAXTEp -^
YOUNG women between th« ages of 17. and 25.
of fair education, - neat \u25a0 appeasance : and un-
questionable character, wanted to study tele
phone operating as a profession ; a liberal sal-
- try is paid new operators while jn tralnlug at
; the operating . school j| of - the Pacific \ Telephone
and Telegraph Company, and upon graduation
they- are given permanent" positions at tha
j switchboards, with opportunities for promotion.
I The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
: provides light and .well ventilated operating
- rooms, pleasant rest and lnnch rooms and takes
; a personal Interest In the welfare of the young
' women" in its employ.' ".:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:. ;"' \u25a0 " ''.--.
; Competent operators fnrnished to provide
branch exchange subscribers. "
' For 1 fall particulars call, preferably ! between
S:3O a. m. and 12 m., at operating school,
telephone offlce. 2015 Stelner st.-'
GOOD cook. city. $40, small family; \u25a0 infant's
nurse, $35, references ; German second girl,
$30; cook, 3 In family, country, $40; German
nursery - governess; - $35; references; general
housework girl, 2Jn family, $35; second girl,
'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0- country, $30,. fine 'place; competont nurse for
1 child, $35. city; French • housework • girl, 2 '
* in family. $3-";' 40 housework girls, city "and
country. MISS PLUNKETT, 1S!)O gutter st.
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON DENIM
COATS AND DUSTERS.
ELOESSER-HKYNEMANN CO..
PAGE AND FILLMORE STS.
•"-. •'•v: : '-\ '\u25a0''--"' _____ " -'-\u25a0\u25a0•
ANY girl 'ln sorrow or perplexity needing a
friend or adviser is Invited to write or call on
Miss Tanner, Salvation; Army headquarters.
1130, Market st.. San Francisco; hours, 3 to 4
' dally. ,
OAKLAND.
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS: PAID SALARY ,
WHILE \u25a0 LEARNING.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND "CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVIS.
WANTED — Experienced saleswoman for por-
f umes and: drug sundries. -- Apply superinterf I -
tlent's'offlce from n to 11 a. m.. HALE BROS..
Inc., ; Market and 6th sts., city. \u25a0'\u25a0.:, fV \u25a0
WANTED — Young women to train as nurses, be-
tween . ages of 20 and, 30, of good education,
neat appearance. Box 3995, Call office, Oak-
land.' \u25a0 .*':_:"•: ;::.«;;. :r,
LEARN the art of hair dressing at the Califor-
nia College of Halrdresslng and Beanty Cul-
ture; exp. instr. 967^. Market; T. Kear. 5368.
WANTED— .MiddIe aged lady to do housework in
private .family of 2. . K49S Sau Pablo ay.,* Oak-
land, corner (i."t!i st. -
INF.NPERIENCIU) girl ' for box dejwrtment.
RCHMIDTj LITHOGRAPH CO.. 2tl and Bry-
ant sts.; call at Bryant st. eiitranee. . ;-," - ; ;
JACKf;T hands and nuishers. ladies' cloaks and
suits; steady, work: good wages. Cosgrave
(^loak" and Suit Co.. 3.*i2'Post st. i -
LADIES wanted to take home work, part or full <
• time; experience unnecessary. TRIEBER'S,
ICO7 Ellis st: near Flllmore. :">^j
IRISH Catholic second slrl for nice place In
Country; $30. Call MISS PLUNKETT'S, 159(3
Suttcr st. corner Webster.'
YOUNG, 'strong -girl for general housework and
plain, cooking: wages $25.. Call between 10
and 12. 80 Bartlett sr.
WANTED — .5 lady solicitors for work In Oakland
and vicinity. Apply Call office, 468 11th St..
Oakland
GIRL to fold samples, having some knowledge
of stenography: state wages. Box 34+2, Call.
TEACHER for a lilstrict school. Apply J. B.
STEARNS. ,2142 Sbatttick ay.. Eerkelev. Cal.
FIRST CLASS Ironers- wnnted. French Ijinndry
Co.. 3372 Mission Bt. bet. • 29th and 3fUh.
EXPERIENCED MniWy girls wanted. F. MAL-
I.OYR COMPANY. 2<?l Bush st.
CHOCOLATE dippers; wholesale. 325 Pacific st.
YOUNG girl to learn trout fly dressing. CHAS.
11. KEWKLL CO.. 310 Bush st. - -
WANTED— A waitress at the Market Cafe, 73fi ,
Market St. •
IF you arc looking for work, rest by theway.
Tlie Fnvoilte. 047 Market st. - '
T-.^i jOFFICES
AAAA — CANTON Bureal of Information — Chinese :
cooks and waiters for functions. Canton Bank
building. C 49 Kearny St.; phone Sutter 118.
AAA PHONE WEST 1731.
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment office
in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Laguna gt.
HORI CO.. 174S ; SUTTER ST. : PHONE WEST
2803 — Best Japanese-Chinese help promptly
furn.: open day and night. Home phone S2SO3.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Emp.
Co. ; best help with care and gnar. 1513 Geary
<rt.; phone West 5658. Home S4OSB.
J. tX»NN. Chinese emp. 'bureau; Chinese cooks
special, hotel or fam. 770 Clay; T. Dong. 3162.
H. W. HONG, Chinese employment offlce, 805
Webster St., Oakland: phones Pe-1n.25, A 3725.
STAR emp. orflce; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. ICOS Geary f-tel. West 167. Sl9OB.
JAPANESE and Chinese employment offlce. 1678
Post; phone Wost 7155. Home Dhone 53535.
THE FILLMortE- BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1(V)1 FILLMORB ST.
SA^^XAjnOM)MCITORSWAyrED
HIGH <'LASS salesmenwho can reach best class
' of '.people on a i.roposition that will rerotit-
. tionizo the. . automobile Industry. Apply be-
tween 10 and 12. room J202. Chronicle ' Mdg.
SALESMAN for San Francisco, and bay cities
,hy , wholesale liquo* >. house; age, . references.
.salary.;and expense expected. , Box, 3426, Call. ,
HIGH CLASS stock salesman wanted; refer-
ences 'required; -leads furnished. R00m5. 417-
418, Foxcroft building. : \u25a0
RELIABLE mining srock salesman; liberal com-
mlsslon. Apply at SiZ Pacific boildlng.-
LIVE ( men to | sell I watches, jewelry on Install- :
ments; salary or com. 704 Market, room 612.
MALE I and female solicitors; wanted; $5 to $10 '
a day. ,509-510 Westbank building.
tiif PAID WAGES COLLECTED \u25a0
KNOX.' 4 I3- Pine— Suits,, Hens, attachments, time
checks cashed: debts collected everywhere. . •
TIME CHECKS CASHED; llensrwages collected
• everywhere. / INTERSTATE. t <;is Pacific bldg. l
8L1VEN..855 Bro'adway.: Oakland — Wages, notes.
1. accounts collect ed ; everywhere.
\u0084..',\u25a0. 1
\u25a0''^CqLLECTjfoy^AGEyCIE^S'^-
DOES ! any -one * owe yon? * We make collection* :
everywhere on percentage. DEAN & CO.. 653
Pacific hide.. 4th nni Market uta.: S.F.
' BILLS AND -COLLECTIONS
BAD. DEBT COLLECTING oar. specialty; try us.
I 1 INTERSTATE. 615 Pacific bldg.. 4th and "Mkt. ;
ALL bills. / notes .' and wages prompted I collected >
. everTwhere.' Fred J. Schmidt. '; Ma rfct-No«»-l<Uh. \u25a0'
.- ! ; '"\u25a0 RENT THAT VACANT BOOM .• - ]
A small want ad in The Qall will do it quicker ]
--than \u25a0 a \u25a0 docen signs - plastered on your • windows
;; and wb Ich spoils v the looks jof j y oar home be-
sides. Phone Kearny S8 for an ad man to call -
'". and \u25a0 see you. •''••>- ...*_i__.v..- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•'\u25a0 -\u25a0 \u25a0
Fur. and lUnfur/^ ;
A \u25a0 COZY - home for ,' respectable ladles. ." 1130 . Mar- :
.ketst.' near -Bth, "under auspices -of theSAL- '.
;VATION ifARMY;/ elegantly -furnished;-: every \u25a0'.
\u25a0-." modern: convenience; -steam heat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean;- centrally
\u25a0'\u25a0;': located;. thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
j \u25a0 1349 ; t prices '.very. \u25a0 moderate, ranging I from 1 25 c •
;- ; per »• night tup; ': special } rates 'by .-; the'^ week >or .'
if voaonth.\* See; matron, ? room* 33. \u25a0*' '. ' . '
BUSH ' St.. i1740-^Ne wly i furnished I rooms,"; running
water, sun all day;. nice place for, young : ladles.' .
CLA Y t st. ;> 1 480.1 corner* Hyde-^Handsome rooms : ';
'\u25a0,'\u25a0 snn I all "day ; j house. 1 ; f urnltnre.*j bedding all new ;
iJ* and clean ; • every,;: rootlern ', convenience. ; :'; - >
DEWEY i HO USE,' 4th : and } Howard— All . modern .
\u25a0-•conrenienees;s2oo;rooms,^Ssc:to $lday.-$2 to |
• $5 a "week; 'free baths: : Howard or 4th st. cars.
EDDY sL, 1238— Large outside room; closet,
bath, gas; -private family. $8 month.
EDDY 5t. ,".1819— Large snnny. front room for 2
' persons; running water; board furnisbed; rent
": reasonable.* -> _.
ELLIS St., 1177— Newly, furnished sunny room ;
$2 .week; bath: phone; also $1.50 room.*
FILLMORE 6t-. 173S— Newly '-furnished rooms,
..- bath, running water, $2 week up; also house
. keeping." . •--
FILLMORE st. — Some elegantly furnished rooms;
private family; handsome * corner residence.
80x. 4577. Call office. . ...
' HOTEL .OREGON.
J ..-,', Valencia and 14th »ts.
Modern -throughout; all oatside sonny rooms:
neatly furnished; nicest house in Mission district;
rates $3 week up. with bath; special rates by tbe
month. Phone- Park 5573. ; -, -
HOTEL IRVING. 447 Eddy— 2oo modern octslde
rooms: large lpbby: ladles* -parlor; drummers'
sample . rooms; 50c to $1 a tlay; $2.50 to $3
week. Eddy at. cars direct from ferry.
INVESTIGATE • the Domo directory; will save
* room hunting by its : system :of personally in-
specting apartments. MISS TRL'MBULL, man-
ager, 822 Crocker building; hours, 11 to 2.
NEATLY, furnished roony; light. 1050 Ellis st.
O'FARRELL St.. 1180— Large front room with
running water: single room, $1.50 to" $3.50
per week.
OVEHLAND HOUSE, SS» Sacramento st- below
Montgomery — Now . open; 200 . rooms; hot and
eoltl water in every, room: 25c to S2 per day,
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
PINE st.; 1730— Small sonny, room, bath, phone,
$:> month: aiso large snnny corner room.
PARNASSUS ay.. 52— Small snnny room, choice
\u25a0 neighborhood; .1% blocks to Masonic ay. car;
bath, phone:' reasonable.
PIERCE st., 2041— Sunny room; board if de-
sired; also oa«? bouse keeping room.
STEVENSON st., 1332— Sunny rooms, ail new
furniture, with private family; near junction
of Valencia and Market sts.; rent reasonable.
TURK st.. 160SA— Sunny rooms; ail new furnl-
../ ture; from $8 up. \u0084 .. .. -•jy.- ,-
VAN NESS ay., 705. corner Turk st. — Outside,
sunny rcotn/ suitable for 2: running water, use
of phone: rent reasonal>ie.
WALLER st.; :J3S. nr. Fillujore and Halgbt—
Large furnisbed sunny room: phone, bath; $*^
1 TO 3 nicely furnisbed connecting rucms and
batb. Fq? particular*? plxodf during day Doug-
' las 3*72. evening Wyst 4627.
BAKEIC. ISIS*, bet. California and Sacramento —
Large sunny front room, furnished for house
keeping. •.- . -'- r i: »
BRODERICK st.. 463—2 light, sunny furnished
•rooms for house keeping; gas and coal stoves;
regular kitchen; rent only $3 per week.
CAPP st., SS7 — 2 snnny nicely furn. bskpg. rms..
bath, gas. stationary tabs; every convenience;
adults only; also other rooms.
ELLIS st.. 1177 — Newly fnrniitned 2 sunny rooms
complete for bous* keeping; $14 month; bath;
phone.
FOLSOM'st., 1222— 2 clean, sunny house keepin;
rooms; gas stove; very reasonable: near Sth st.
FILLMORE St.. 2127. nr. Sacramento — Cozy,
sunny, furnished apartments; 1 and 2 rooms,
kitclipn. bath; $1S up.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 1135. near Webster— Sunny
nicely furnished two room cottage; s,tove; run-
ning water, jras: $3.50 per week.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 113.1. near Webster— Sunny.
. nicely furnished, '2 room cottaze; stove, run-
ning water, gas; $3.50 per week.
GOI.GH st.. 131.-I— Large ' second parlor, main
/floor. . front, sunny windows, buffet kitchen.
' water, gas. free phone-, baths; reasonable
rout : first class.
HAVES st..-'969, near Flllmore — Sunny* rooms,
$2.50, $3. $3.50; near Alamo park and stcres
and theaters; quick car service.
HARRISON st.. 2935 — Large snnny room, with
reg. kitchen, gas,, coal; private bath and en-
trance; ?3 per week.
HAIGHT St., GIG— I airy hous* keeping room;
rent right.
HOWARD St.. 563 — Front room and kitchen,
furnished. $12; 2 rooms, gas plate, $10; single,
gas plate. $G up.
LAGUNA, 2SI9 — i snnny rooms, batb. laundry,
plione; $35; references; no sign; 1 to 5. .
OCTAVIA stT 2Sl2— Nicely fnrnished frorft
room, with or without running water; batb:
\u25a0 vrry reasonable.
*POI,K st., 1310. near Buch — Large sunny room,
running water; $2 per week.
PINE." 912—2 rm-i. furnished house keeping. $1S;
also larse, sunny, basement room. $10.
SCOTT St.. 2040—2 snnny rooms and bath. or.
single room.*. Phone West 2011.
SACRAMENTO St., Sol9— Elegantly furnished
parlor *ulte; gas ranee; water; reasonable:
mnoy room and klteueu. $16. "\u25a0""
TRKMONT ay.. 24,"W— 4 beautiful, sunny rooms
on Asiibary Heights; suitable for housekeeping
or nny business ; no objection to children: $S.
VAN NESS ay., 2211 — Snnny 5 rooms, complete;
- running water: also single and double: reas.
WIDOW Lidy desires fonple to share her flat:
housekeeping privileges: only $10: more for
feompany than rent. Apply at 4W Walnut *t.
13TH st. ..W. ber. Folaom and Harrison — 2 smrny
front house krrplnir rooms; also single rooms;
reasonable rent.
STH St.. 365 — Rooms, single and hoase keeping;
first class; running water: board if desired;
' free bsths.
IUTII st.. 3425. nr. Mission — 2 sunny connecting
h*kn::. rms.: batli. nhone. lanndry: $40 wk. nr«.
OAKLAND lib USE KEEPIXO_KOO>I<
STU St.. 1202. cor. Magpolia. Oakland — I sunny
furnished rooms and bui.i for house keeping;
on car line and only 2 blocks to either S. P.
or Key Ronte trains. '
ROOMS AXD BOARD OFFEREP
AAA— THE WEMPE." 419 Oak St.— Large sunny
rooms; unexcelled board. Phone Park 5C92.
BI'SII st.. 1572-76— Beautiful sunny newly fnr-
nlshed rooms; electricity; running water; walk-
ing distance: excellent board. - i-us«."-
CALIFORNIA st.. 25'_».3 — Nicely furnished sunny
rooms;, excellent board; phone; bath; $25;
two. $."»0. '.".-"
LE MARCELj|I2OC Post cor. Van Ness— Nice
sunny furn. rooms; first class French board.
PACIFIC , AY.. 17l»: — nenntifiil. sunny", front
rmin.' suitable for 2 or 3; also single r<x>m; ex-
cellent boanl: referents. *
PIERCE St.. Sl5. near McAllister— Furn. front
room; bath: flne neighborhood; excellent board;
2. $19 month. ' ;
PlNE'st., 2StJ0 — EJegnnt sunny suite; onfurnish-
e<l: privilege of bath and phone: private home;
board if desired; couple pre'erred: references.
PINE sf.. iairt— Sunn?, well furnished room,
with or without board; phon«\ bath.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. Central ay. and
Waller St., San Francisco — A beantlfol borne,
where old ladies, young girls and little chil-
dren can board very reasonably.
St. Margaret* Clnb for Girls. 1541 Cal.— ldeal
home, teachers, tourists-- ctens., etc.: $20 mo. op.
MISSION BRANCn OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 11OS VAT.F.NCIA ST.
BERKELEY ROOMS AXD BOARD
FURNISHED rooms in a refined private family;
. beautiful grounds and. surroundings; board
optional; near station; references. 2222 Stat-
turk nv.
'APARTMENTS
ALL APAirniENT^IN THAT CHARMINGLY
QI7AIXT CAS A MAD RON A
Are now ready. The effect of a sek-ot hostlery
rather than a city irtiartment honse is produced
by the typical Spanish patio, with its gardens
'. '-and fountains, aronnd which this adobe struc-
ture rambles. The interior is anequaled for its
mauy t fitments, sm-u an open fireplace, desks,
bookcases, ImporteQ wall coverings, tiled bath-
\u25a0f rooms,'. etc.; steam. heat; furnished and unfur-
nished. . " '-'• 'i -
FOI7R AND FIVE LARGE ROOMS
Elegantly appointed; excellent service ; Tents $35
to $12.">. 110 Frederic* ; st. ; Hayes st. cars
pass door. \u25a0 •
WHY^KEEP HOUSE, when living at Hotel St.
Mark. Oakland's best: terminu- - of S. P. aad
Key Route trains. 10 minutes to San Francisco,
-relieves you of all cares, worry anil coats less;
elaborately furnished; excellent table; every
: comfort; warmer cllmale; less fogs; think It
..over; come and see.
AA— THE CLOISTER APARTMENTS. ~~~"
' ' Exclusively . for bachelors.
T49 Taylor st. near Bush. Phone Franklin 5050.
- . Steam ; heat. : hot water,.' shower baths, phones,
lounging room.' fully equipped kitchen, southern
cook ; ; breakfast served in r00m5. ,. .
AAAA— THE MELBOURNE APARTMENTS. 1350
* st. near Hyde — Now open; handsomely
: furnished 'apts.. 2 and 3 rooms ;.fcotel service;
steam beat: social hall and lobby; modern;
refs-TApply on premises. MRS. 3. E. HSNEY.
AAAA— YEUBABUEN A APARTMENTS,
1114 SUTTER ST. BET.. POLK AND LARKIN.
ELEGANT. SUITES OF 2 AND S ROOM APART-
MENTS. COMPLETELY FURNISHED; KEFS.
AA— VAN: NESS APARTMENTS, 2125 Van Ness
nr. ' Broadway — Elegantly > furnished apts. of :t
• - and '\u25a0 4 ' rooms ; steam heat.' elec." light, elevator;
j marine \u25a0 view;, reasonably.: Phone Franklin 2500.
CASTLEREAGU • APARTMENTS-^l37a Clay st.
between - Jones and Leavenworth; completed
iiind* ready., for. Inspection; -all modern coirrea-
t ieaces : s elevator.', steaai ; heat, hot water service.
MARYLAND APARTMENTS. NW. . cor. .-Kd and
.-.Telegraph ay... Oakland's leading family apart-
' V" ment \u25a0 house; • 2." V, and 4 room apts. : luxurious
.livlnfc.'-f" per cent less" than, in S. F.? Pled. 44<a.>.
AAA^£Unford?(TT>e),'.3ls.*,Van -Ness— l- and 2 i
rms., $5 I
. week "Ud: v tourist 'traJe.- 00c- to $1.00 dar. ]
. ' -.'\u25a0\u25a0- " "'" *-\u25a0• * : v -. -'\u25a0.-' -'..', '"".'".
' APARTMENTS— Continued^
AAAA— The Nottinsham apts.. 1650 Cal. nr.'Vaa
Ness: elegantly furn. and unfurn. apts. 3. 4.
6 ms.. oath, steam heat, hot water; refs. s
A44V-THE ARDOISE APARTMKNTS.
COP PINE AND GOUGH-SUNN.Y FURN./
AND UNFUB. APTS.: NEW MANAGEMENT-
VICTOR APTS.. 230 Douglass— 2 and 3 room on-
. V_rn. apta.: Bnnd heater. Take Market st. car.
EUREKA apts,. Mkt. and 17th sts.— Beautiful a
and 4 rm. apta.: phone; janitor service: sonny.
ADELINE apta.. 640 Eddy St.— 2. 3 snd 4 room
apts.: hotel service; prlv. each.; most modern.
COLDMBCS APTS.. NE. cor. Patr. and Lark tn-jl
and 4 room apartment; _nfnro.. y.o. y— . »\u25a0**.
BERTRAM apts., «30 Hyde *t.. 3-4 rm. snany
apta.: clo^e la; ever^ modern conventence.
BLENHEIM. 1504 Fran_Un sr.— Elesaitly fura.
room*, modern. $-'.SO week np: transient.
17TH and Church, over drag store— 3 and 4 room
apartments: rent $15 tt> $32.50. "
'hotels __
BROOKLYN hotel. 360 Ist St.. 3 blocks from
Market— Modern' family, commercial; txwrd
and room. $1 fc> $1.."(> jxr day. $6 to $S per
wk.; single rooms, 50c: family rooms. $l: best
meal In ctty. 25c: free bus. Chas. Montgomery.
HOTEL ARGONAUT. 4th and Market sts.— Fam-
ily and commercial hotel; room wiin detacue:!
bath. $1 per day; rooms wtta private batn.
$1.50 per day: restaurant attached; moderate
prices; free bns meets all trains and ateamsnlpit.
AAA— LANOHAM hotel. 141 Eddy St.— Large,
new. modern hotel right downtown; steam
h?at. hot water: rooms with priv. bath. $1 day.
$5 wk: other good rooms $3.50 wtc: any car.
AAA— HOTEL BELMONtT 730 Eddy near Van
I Ne«— Single rooms. $3-50 week: r. «nd b.. SS
wk. ur>: tonri^t solic: esfe fon.: Kditr »t._egr« 1
HA LLS TO • LET
L.XRGE HALL for dancing: good «oor; accommo-
date So oooples; rent very reasonable. $22.."M>;
•SMALLER HALL, nicely carpeted, reat $!<"»:
both halls fltf»,i with lodge furniture, well
lighted and ventilated: conveniently - located;
would lease whole building: now partially rent-
ed: a splendid opportunity for person who
would care for place themselves. WOODMAN
HAIX. 17th bet. Mission and Valencia; open
' - 2to 5 p. 111. and evep.ings>
ANY ONE looking for a Bat will rent this one
on sight: vacant a month anil owner Is deter-
mined it shall not by i«H<» a week louger: m*
'. an intluoemeut. rent redutftl t» $33. water in'
eluded; (> rooms, bath: everything very nice
and newly palmed; buili a yeur as<>; cars pass
the door. Sa«-ramento .*t. near Locnst.
BUCHANAN St.. 135. opp. State normal school—
A choice flat, 6 rooms, bath, pantry aad laoa-
1 . dry; sun in every room: choice condition.
A SUNNY HOME
Top flat second story; ttve rooms and bath: every-
tiiing modern: $20. 297S £itl st. near Uarri.von.
j MASONIC ay.. 1317-132.".. near Waller St.— Ele-
gant sunny uj> to tiati» flat.?: 7 rooms, baths;
1 'reasonable to right party.
j EUREKA St.. 308. near 20th— dower flat, -4
sunny rooms; all modern;* rent $12. Come
; and see it.
: NOE st.. 10«> — Cor. flat. 5 sonny roonw. yard.
basement; mod.; 24tb and Castro st. cars: $25.
' CHURCH. 1405. cor. 26th— Upper flat. 5 large,
sunny rooms. 4 bay windows: modern: reas.
. ' BARTLETT St.. 6&70. near 22d— Sunny flats of
5-6 rooms ; batb. yard, basement: reasonable.
DEVISADERO. 4.".5. near Fell— Upper flat of 9
\ large sunny rooms; stairs carpeted; r» *nt $30.
FELL st.. 517. near Laguna — 5 efc-gant sunny
I light rms.. batb. garden: perfect condition: $'J".
• LEAVEN" WRTH and Chestnut sts.— NE. cor..
np to date, middle flat; 6 rooms; marine view.
• NOE St., 16.1. bet. 14th and 15th— Up. to date •>
rooms and bath, cheap: 1 block north, Market.
A 4 r. flat, $25; an 8 r. flat, $43; nearly oew;
Janitor; overlooking G. O. park. 2267 Hayes.
DE LONG ay.. 27. bet. Ashbury and Haisht— .t
rooms, bath and laundry: sun all day: adnlts.
: CENTRAL ay.. 700. f>r. Fulton— Apartment flats,
4 rooms; bath; janitor; modern; sunny: $20 up.
19TH and Noe sts. — Sunny, warm belt, upper ami
lower 4 and 5 room flats (3): $20. $25.
ZOE St.. 49A. off Bryant between Sd and 4th —
New. snnny; 4 and 5 rooms aad bath.
\u25a0 30TH st.. 407 — Sunny cottage. 4 rooms, bath ami
gas ;. basement : flne view; rent $15.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 861. op. Jefferson park—
5 front rooms; second story.
PARNASSUS ay.. 227. near Stanyan 5t.— 522.50;
5 rooms and bath.
CALIFORNIA St.. 1369. near Hyde— Sunny Hat
of 2 rooms and bath; rent $15. Apply at above
\u25a0 address. \u25a0 ' '
GROVE St.. 635, near Buchanan — Flat to let: \
rooms: $15. >
FLATS FOR SALE — Famished
BEST OPPORTUNITY IN CITY.
Five rooms of fomitnre. only 2 w»»k» old;
purchaser can have advantage of amount al-,
ready paid on goods: Sat located on Pine st. ;
rent only $20 a month. See this at once.
HARRY J. MOORE ' FURNITURE COMPANY."
40-52 O'FARRELL ST. NEAR MARKET.
• CHANCE seldom offered — The furniture and
lease of elegantly furnished 9O room modern
\u25a0 built hotel, located in center of new shoppins
district, close to both the Orphenm and Co-
lombia theaters. Box 3033. Call office.
FOR sale chear» — Neatly furnished flat of 7
rooms: rent $35. Apply' 1623 Haigbt st.
DEVISADERO st.. 1513 — 5 rooms complete; a
, snao: $15O: rent $25.
O^vL^^D^I^VTS^^JLET--Fjßrnlsißeil
NEAR 34th and Telegraph ,ay. — Upper flat. "
large fnrnisbt>il rooms- free telephone; every
convenience: JIR. 21 2»" Elm st.
HOUSES TO LET— Furahhed
IST ay. near Presidio terrace; "8 room house,
furnished or partly furnished: modern, light
and sunny: larcn garden: rent reasonable t'»
desirable tenants; appointment by phone, Pa-
cin> 1617. -
CALIFORNIA st.. 3010—0 rooms. $80. Apply it
904 Devisadero St.
HOUSES TO LET — UnfaraUhe^
• NOVATO— TO LET. .
New modern 5 room unfurnished hoo»<\ with .
bath: barn and larate grounds, with garden: 5
minutes from railroad station: flne mountain
view. Se<» HERMAN RUDOLFF. Novato. Cak
$23 — New house of 7 rooms, reception hall. bath,
washroom, large yard: 2 minutes' walk from
ears: take San Bruno ay. car to Felton st.
Inquire at 2570 San Rrnno ay.
HOUSE TO LET of -ft rooms aad bath. 1541
CENTRAL a*., corner Grand — Fine house. If*
rc<>ms: lovely lawn, palms, roses and fruit"
trees; $35; a snap.
WOODMAN REALTY CO..
41 Montzomerv st.. S. F.
CENTRAL and Grand ats. — 10 room house;
lovely lawn, palms and flowers; finest in Ala-
meda; $35. WOODMAN REALTT CO.. 41
Montgomery st.. S. F.
CLF.MENT st.. 2117, near Willow— Six room
house.' newly painted and papered; 420.
WOODMAN REALTY CO.. 41 Montgomery
st. S. F. .
_____ _C OTTAjKj:j^O_LET^
SAN BRUNO ay.. 3023 — Cottase of « rooms ami
bath: lars«* yard: barn: water free: $!2.5t»
month to good tenant. Inquire Off* Mission st.
'" OFFICES A>D STORES TO LET
SMALL office for rent^advantazemis proposition
for quick action. ."»l-"i Westbank building.
DESK room with Wcodmai^ Realty Company, 41
Montgomery St.: $15.
- - \u25a0\u25a0 TO LEASE
TO LEASE from Jane 1. nine room house, com-
pletely fnrnished: all modern conventenrrs; tn
\u25a0 most desirable location of Alnraeda. Inquire
kt 1737 Santa Clara ay.. Alnmeda.
- FURNITURE FOR SALE
SOMETHING new. in furaitnre and carpet buy-
ing; veil you, direct from factory stock, at reg-
ular Jobbing prices: large lines to select from
Lansing Desk and Furn. Co.. 674 Mission st.
FL'RNITUHE-at your own price at H.'SCHELL-
HAAS* fnrnltore store. 11th st.. Oakland.
IF you are looking for work, rest by tao wii
The Favorite. »47 Market st.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
;. BAZAAR. VALENCIA ST.
WK ire the largest buyer* of new or second hand
furniture, pianos, carpets, desks or merchan-
dise; will tray yours; spot cash. MAES J
LEVY AUCTION CO..' 114<T McAllister st
Phon»« P.Tk s<«>. Hon.e 52632 . .
WIXDOW SHADES
AD VANCE, Window Sua.e factory— Bamboo oorca
shades In all sizes. Geo. Walcom. 1131 Snttpr '
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