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Marine News SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST « • Items- of Interest to Mariners of the Pacific [Special Dispatch to The Call] EUEEKA, April 1. —Steam schooner • Ravalll failed for San Francisco today with redwood lumber. Tank steaxaer Wbittier arrived today from Saa Francisco vcith oil for the Humboldt transit compaßy. It is now discharging and will sail for tie metropolis tomorrow. Steamer F. A. Kllburn is due from Ran Fran dtco tomorrow with mall and passengers. It will >aU on the return trip Sunday morniDg at 9:30 o'clock. British tTamp 6teamer Epsom, Captain Fox, lias been chartered to load redtvTtod lumber on this bay for Australian ports. It will be loaded !>y tLe*HußJboldt lumber manufacturing associa tiou. It is annouacfd that a eteamrr of the Austra lian ciail line will arrive here about May 15 to !'wd a part cargo of lumber for Australia. It is reported that L. P. BransteUer, who owned the steamer Argo wben tliat vessel was wrecked on the Oregon coast several months \u25a0CO is to bead a company with a capitnlizatiou of J;y>.Oou vrbich wIU have for its object the cj'tloiution of the pourborn Humiwldt oil fields. «"slvin Stewart, bead of tut Mattole lumber (\u25a0••muany. >v:ll leave lor San Francisco next Mon !:;;- to make arransemenls for the chartering of <in» or more ficsm ecbooners to operate between the new Mdttole wbsjf on the nouthcrn Humboldt <oß*t and San Francisco. Stewart will ship more Lhaa ." <»00 cord* of tenbark this seasou, and sliere w!!l b>- heavy shipments of ties, lumber cud produce from the fame point. The recently organized Redwood Shingle com pany today ctarted doing business, and prac tically all i-edwoo.l shiugli.-s shipped out of Humboldt bay hereafter will be handled through the new combine, in which 90 per cent of tue redwood manulacturers are interested. Schooner S. T. Alexander, which cleared for Hilo. H. 1., with a carco of ties, was unable to get to sea today on account of the roughness of the bar. Captain R. W. Merriam. at one- time master of the steamer F. A. Kllbum. but now the trav i-Unp representative of the Napa glove company and also for the Oregon woolen mills, is lying critically ill with pneumonia at the Good Samar itan bwpital at Portlaud- Steamer Acme sailed this evening for fean Francisco carrying 4<*).t»oo feet of redwood lum ber loaded at Arcam wlisrf by the Northern redwood lumber comi'aoy. LOS AKGELES, April I.—Arrived—Steamers Sacta Rosa. Jrcm Saa Francisco: Coos Bay, from San Franclsro: Octralia, from Grays Harbor. Sailed Steamer? Homer, for Maazanillo; Jim Kjtier, for Everett; Coos Hay, for han Fran oisco. POSTLAKD. April I. —The British bark Arctic Stream, Captain Diion, will begin loading a carco of wheat a* Foon as it has di^chargea its rrelent cargo, which will be within 10 days. The vessel Is mnr at Mersey dock. The cargo 1> for tfce United Kingdom and will be loaded hy Ken-. Gifiord t Co, The Arctic Stream car ries approsiiuately St),O(X> bushels. Carrying passeugers and a cargo of general freight, the steam schooner Klamath arrived yesterday afternoon from San Francisco. It dis charged st Coiumbia dock No. 2 and then went ;o St. Helens to load lumber. After being on the port of Portland dry dock for nearljr a week undergoing repairs to its rud der, which xvas damaged recently. tb«» pteamer tiecrge K. Voshurg came up to Couch, street dock and took oa a cargo of general freight for Neba lem It left th.i* morning for that port. Carrying 815.000 feet of lumber for San Fran cisco, the steam f^hoouer Captain Levinson has left. In ballast for Willapa harbor, tlie steam \u25bacnooner Claremont, Captain Christensen, tailed ttfi* morning. •_-\u25a0- Two gangs ar^ at work on the British bark AHair *nd It is expected that it will finish load ing wl:eat for the United Kingdom tomorrow. In tow at tte tug Ocklahama. the schooners King Cyrus an.i Virginia went to Astoria yester <i»y 'afternoon from St. Helens. The Ocklahama ret'urs«>d afterward for the schooner Mable Gale «t I'rep-C"tt ami the schooner Alvina at St. Helens. All of them are taking lumber to Cali fornia t jx>rt)-. AiTOaiA. April I.—Steamer Goldeu Gate saiieri tiiis inoruing for Tiliamook with a full carps of freight. steamer Faiex.n of the American-Hawaiian line arrived this afternoon from San Francisco with treigUt from New York. Bteataer Sue H. Elmore arrived this afternoon from T:lliiU!<»..k with freight and passengers. Steam rclif-oner Tamalpais arrived this after noon from Francisco to load lumber. Nevr motor schooner 'W'Ulielniina expects to start on its first trip down the coast Sunday murning. It is biund for Yaquina and has all the freight it can carry, including a complete sjiwmili plant Sca»;n«r Virginia cleaxed for the custom house today for San Francisoo with R cargo of 060,000 feet" of lumber loaded st St. Helens. The schooner King Cyru« also cleared today for San Pedro. It carries a cargo of 875,000 feet of lumber loaded at St. Helens. Schooner Virginia, with a cargo of lumber for Ssn Frsnrisco. was towed to sea this morning. Schooner King Cyrus, with a cargo of lumber for San Pedro, was" towed to sea today. Steam schooner Northland arrived this morning from San i-*raiK-iseo to load lumber. Steam schooners Bowdoin end Despatch, with «-«rgoes of lumber fix San Francisco, went to sea Tbl* moraing. SEATTLE. April 1. —Arrived —Steamer Charles Nelson. San Francisco: steamer Arff.vlL San Francisco; steamer City of Fucbls. han Fran cisco: steamer Admiral Sampson, sound ports. Sailed —Steamer Governor. San Francisco; steamer Victoria. Valdez; steamer Colonel E. L. Drak*-. Pupont. Wash. ABEE2EEN, April 1. —According to a state ment by the local collector of revenue. 400 passengers from Purret sound to California ports come to Grays Harbor each month to take the steamers for the south. If this be true, it will not be l^cg until the regular line of steamers t>»tTreen San Fran-isco and Seattle will be call ing at ttis pert goinc and coming. The j-avioe of distance and time will be as great a consideration in the shipments of fruits end vegetables as for passenger travel. A steamer would cull at Aberdeen and, discharge fl'Jiek freicht. which would be disposed of in the Seattle and Tae.otna markets before the vessel woxild arrive in the sound. I'Dit^a State* engineers are on tfce ground for the reopening of work on the north jetty. .-boat 7.000 fi-et of which was started and finished last year. It 1s expected that the re inair.ing 2.000 feet will be completed this sutnfcer. Schooner Edward E. West Is on the marine \u25a0ways for overhauling preparatory to loading for South American ports. British trxinp steamer Lnngships is loading a tpecisl consignment of lumber for Chinese ports. It uiil tak<» 50 tons of Centralia coal for ex periment. The Centralia coal company proposes. if tlie coal is desirable for steamers, to estab lish bunkers here. Steamers Daisy Mitchell and Helens srrived. Th* Mitchell brought 700 bales of California hay. Schooner Irene, Captain Mitchell, of thi* city. la mßtins records between Astoria and Califor nia ports. On its last trip the Irene left As toria with 1.000.000 feet of lumber, discharged it at San Pedro and was on its return trip In 15 days. Schooner C. A. Thayer bbs sailed for Hawaii. Schooner Sophie Chrlstenson is bartound. TACOKA. April I.—Sailed—-Steamer Admiral Sampson, sound port*. STEAMER TTMATILLA—From Puset sound for San Francisco: April 1. 4:50 a. m.. passed Cape Blanco: light southerly wind; sea smooth. STZAKEE ASUNCION—With Eteamer Atlas in tow. from Portland for San Francisco: March 31. S n. m.. 30 miles north of Cape Blanco; lisrometer 30.30; temperature !>7; gentle north west wind; fine, <-lear weather; calm, smooth sea. , ETEAMER EOSECEAIvS —From Monterey for Knanapali; March 31. S n. m.. 2SO miles from Monterey; fresh northwest wind; rough eea. STEAMER MAVEKICK—ApriI 1. 8:50 p. m.. off Duxbury reef; fresh northwest wind: clear; moderate northwest sea; barometer 30.09; tem perature r.2. A'otlce to Mariner* *;. SAN FRANCISCO. April 1. 1910. UPPER SAN DIEGO BAY. ! Cal.— Notice is hereby given that oil wharf buoy, an H. S. third class spar, will be established about April 15. lfttO. In about 12 feet of water to murk a shoal off the Dew wharf of the Standard oil company, tipper San Diego bay. Cal. fL. H. B. List of Kuoys. etc.. Pacific Coast, 1908. page 15.> POINT BfCHON. Cal. —Notice is also given that Point Burhon whistling buoy. Pt. B. 10. heretofore rejwrted adrift, wan replaced March 24. I9K». *L. H. B. List of Bnoys, etc., l»08. I'ecifiV Coast, page 18. > KI'XBUBY REEF. Cal.—About April 5. 1910. Dubury reef whistling buoy, geacoast of Cali fornia, will be numbered "1 D. 8.." without other change. (L. H. B. List of Buoys, etc., Pncific <*«st. 1908. page 22.) HUMBOLDT BAY ENTRANCE. Cal.—About .Vjtril IK 1910. the following changes will be made In the buoyage at the entrance to Hum .holdt '»45". c al.: South spit 2A. first class nun, to. be estab lished inside Jbe end of tbe submerged south jetty em the southwest side of the channel. North Kpit. 3, second class can, to be changed <o v tr-t class fan and located on the east Hide of the channel about 1.500 feet east of the sub merged cad of the south jetty. North spit. S. first class nun. to be estab lished at the turn of the north and south chan nels to mark the north side of the channel. Middle ground west end. HS. second class nun, to be t-hacged to a flr«t class nun,'without other change. v - Middle ground. 4, second class nun, to be; changed to a first class nun, without other change <L. H. B. List of Buoy«. etc.. Pacific Coast, inofi. page SS.) By order of the lighthouse board. W. G. MILLER. Commender. U. S. N.. Inspector. Twelfth Lighthouse District. \u25a0 We«tei— Maryland Declares Dividend NEW YORK. April I.—The Western Maryland railway company today,declared an Initial quar terly dividend of 1 per cent, or $1 a share, on its preferred stock. \u25a0 Vf .. FAVORS HEALTH B~REAU—Oakland. April 1., Oakland grange No. 35 has indorsed the na tional grange resolution favoring the Imme diate establishment of a national bealth bu reau. MEETINGS — Lodceti PAST MASTERS' Association of Call- S fornia, F. & A. M. — Officers and £>a members are respectfully requested /ZaJA to assemble ia Golden Gate Com- /«V^>\ mandery hall, 2135 Sutter St., on J. ***^' SUNDAY, April 3, at 1:30 p. m.. to attend the funeral of our late W. brother, CARSTEN HILDEBRANT, Past Master of Crockett Lodge No. 130. F. & A. M. By order ! of the President. H< J. OWEN. Secretary. KING SOLOMON'S chapter No. 95, R-jaggHE- A. M., 17S!» Filltnore St.— SlHted~^TSa| nieetiu^ and Royal Arch decree Tin.SwjVgSJH (SATURDAY* EVENING al 8 OWj HARRY BAEHR. Sec. SftfrMW STARR KING lodge No. 344. F. & A- M., ITact Tillniorc st. — Officers, member!' «^*l^ and friends are requested to assemble J^X at our hall SATURDAY. April 2. at * ~^ A 12:30 p. m., for the purpose of attending the funeral ceremonies over the remains of Horace fctarrct. late a member of St. George lodge No. 10 of Warren, Me. H. F. WRIGHT, Sec. CROCKETT lodge No. 139, F. & A. M.— A Officers ami members are requested to_^^ attend the funeral of onr deceased /\J\ brother. Past Master Carsten Hilde-' ~^ \ brandt, SUNDAY, April 3, at 1 o'clock p. m. t from Golden Gate Commandery hall, 2135 Sut- ter st. By order of the W. M. R, H. McPHERSON. Sec. BURLINGAME lodge No. 400. F. &A. ~£~~ M.— Lodge of Instructions THIS SAT- s #| - URDAY, 2 p. m. Officers of peninsula J^X lodges are invited. \u25a0' -/~r- > V C. F. BOVEE. Secretary. ORIENTAL encampment No. 57, I. O. O. rfJg^ F, — Regular meeting THIS (SATUR- *|ar DAY) EVENING. 1254 Market st. Pat- 7^. riarchal degree. All patriarchs wel- «"• come. By order J. C. NEWTON. C. P. R. B. DOWNIE/Rcc. Sec. " FRANCO-AMERICAINE lodge No. mmniTliii 207, I. O. O. F. — Officers and $W&ff&fc memh-'i-s are requested to attend TgSkJSsifciSF • the funeral of our late brother, JACQUES SASSUS. MONDAY, April 4. at 1:30 p. m.. at Red Men's hall, 240 Golden Gate ay. By order of N. G. A. TCHEBASSY. Secretary. \u25a0OFFICERS and members of Sargent .^mOetitu. lodee No. 368, I. <>. O. F., are requested to attend the funeral of "gggjsHy : ocr late brother. CHRISTOPHER 'Sawwr \u25a0 GRIFFITH. TOMORROW (SUNDAY), at 2 p. in., at 1254 Market st. By order of E. E. PHILLIPS, N. O. H. H. BISHOP. Secretary. OFFICERS and members of division 12, A.- O. H.: You are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, John Rlordan. at thf parlors of J. c. O'Connor & Co., 770 Turk st. near Franklin, on Saturday morning at \u25a0 8 o'clock. By order of J. P. HARE, Pres. CHAS. HURLEY. Fin. Sec. . MEETINGS— LegaI LAUREL HILL CEMETERY. The annual meeting of the lot owners of Lan- rell Hill cemetery will be held at the office of the cemetery. Bush st. and Presidio ay.. San Francisco, Cal.. on TUESDAY. April 5. 1910. at the hour of 2 p. m., for the purpose of electing 3 trustees to serve for the ensuing 3 years and until their successors are elected aud qualified, and also for the consideration and transaction of Fuch other business as may or brought before the meeting. GILES H. GRAY. President. CHARLES A. STUBENRAUCH. Sec Pro Tern. San Francisco, March 30. 1910. " : ANNUAL MEETING The Risdon Iroa and Locomotive Works. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works ° for the election of trustees for the ensuing year aad the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting will be held at \u25a0 the office of the company, 503 Market St., room 401, San Francisco, on Moaday, the 4th day of April. 1910, at 11 o'clock a. m. , HARRY D. ROGERS. Secretary. MEETINGS — Sundny THE local spiritual societies of San Fran- cisco will celebrate the sixty-second anni- versary of modern spiritualism Sunday, April 3. at 222 Van Ness aye. Conference at 10:30 a. ta. Lecture and messages at 2 and 7:45 p. m. All bring lunch. Coffee served free. -' . LOST AND FOUND IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING — Advertise it here. It will be returned to you if an honest person finds it. Remarkable recoveries are brought about every day through this column. IF YOU FIND ANYTHING BRING IT to the ISan Francisco Call i Lost and Found Bureau I Third and aiarket Streets j 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 them to seek the own- ers through advertisements and otherwise, and that failure to do so, if proof can be shown, involves a severe penalty. LOST — Thursday evening. 5 p. m., between 343 Front st- and ferry postofflce, parcel post pack- age, with our stamp on wrapper. Finder please return and receive reward. Wagner Leather Co. $10 REWARD for return of light yellow female dog; Irish terrier; no questions asked; lost near Bakers beach; return to 171 32d ay. LOST — Walking from Geary and Laguna sts. to Van Ness ay. and Broadway, a diamond and pearl brooch; liberal reward. 142S Geary st. LOST — A brooch breastpin, on Union st. betweea Fillmore and Steiner. Finder please return to 221S Union st. and receive reward. LOST — A white collie dog with brown spots oa ear*. Finder please return to 61 Hartford st. 'near ISth; reward. LOST— A fur, on train No. 23. Finder please leave at or address 1405 Sutter st. and receive liberal reward. - * MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST. EMPLOYMENT WANTED— MaIe ACCOUNTANT and book keeper will keep small set of books 1 or 2 days a week. Box 3611, Call office. - - AMBITIOUS young man desires evening work, clerical or any kind of office work; neat pen- man. Box 5605, Call office. BUTLER (Swisj), single, first class valet; city or country; very good New York and California references. Address BUCHER; box 3646. Call. CHINESE COOK wants a position to cook in boarding house or family, city or country. LUE FOO,' 359 A Ninth st . Oakland. COPPERSMITH, first class man, wants work in city or country. Box 3603. Call office. CHAUFFEUR wishes position In private family; 6 years' experience: best of references. Box 4907. Call office. 1651 Fillmore st. ENGINEER and machinist wishes a position; understands steam heating, hyd., elect, and oil burning: can furnish first class references. Box 3455, Call office. . , • EXPERIENCED janitor, well " acquainted with all domestic work, best of city references, de- sires -« steady situation. Address box " 3607, Call office. FIRST CLASS Japanese cook wants position in private family; \u25a0 please answer by letter. FRANK ITOE, P. O. box 373. Oakland. GARDENER — Single, middle aged, German gar- dener, thoroughly understands his business in every detail, would like to care for large place or lay out new ground; 18 years' experience; with best testimonials. Address 217 Montgom- ery ay. . GARDENER and all round - man about pri- vate, place wants situation; has good refer- ences. Address box 4169, Call office, Oak- land. ' ' GENTLEMAN desires . position .as collector for wholesale house; best of references.' Box 3672 r Call office. -\u25a0 - ' \u25a0 GOOD honest boy would like a situation to run errands, with chance for advancement. Box 3610, Call office. " MASONIC brother In good standing, financially embarrassed, wants employment on charity. Box 3750, Call office. MARRIED man speaking French, sober and re- liable, would like any kind of outdoor work." E. MARTIN. 4045 23d : POSITION as night or day watchman wanted by a strong, sober,' honest and willing man; handy with all kinds of tools; ready to go to work at any time. Apply PETER PAITANO. care of E. H. Humbert, 932 Pacific a y. near Mason st. \u0084 \u25a0' ' SINGLE chauffeur; young man of good habits and good references wishes position in private family; country preferred. Box 3744, Call.' g SITUATION wanted as watchman; . first class references. Address S. H. HEIMS, 1362 Park St., Alameda.* • . \u0084 SALESMAN wants position la trade sales, bay towns; has motorcycle; experienced.**, C. \u25a0 A; ROCHESTER. 2077 Center at.. Berkeley,; Cal. THE GEO. T. MURTON AUDIT CO. keeps books by monthly contract. 502 Jewelers' building. Kearny 1007. : ; WANTED— Situation in wholesale or retail jew- elry house by-Al man on watches; can bring to time in all positions necessary < for . rail- roaders; also position by young man expert in hard soldering \u25a0 and repairing cases. \u25a0 Address MR. H. M. TAYLOR. 626 Dueber ay.', Can- \u25a0 .ton, O. "... ... •" ;:..\u25a0 ..... . ,• ... _\u25a0 YOUNG German,' 2s years of •" age, ; ; wants: any : kind of work: can keep books;- a good writer; 6 months in America. Address box 4800.; Call. YOUNG Chinese first class chief cook 'wants, po- fltion In hotel; ' experience;, has recommenda- tion: modernic wages. k LEE ' LEONO.; 2B Wa- verly place. * . ' \u25a0' 1 THE SAIST FRA^CISGOr^CALi;; SATTJBDAYr APRIL 2, 1910. EMPLOYMENT WANTED-^Female Al MILLINER CALLS AT HOUSE; 5j WILLOW PLUMES MADE OF FEATHERS AND BOAS BETTER and CHEAPER THAN ANYWHERE - IN. CITY. BOX 4799 CALL. 1651 FILLMORE. EXPERIENCED hotelwoman Is opea for a posi- tloa as managing house keeper or hostess for apartment bouse or tfttel on : salary or shares; capable of taking full, charge; unincumbered; will go anywhere; high class. Box 3614. Call. THB GEO. T. MURTON AUDIT CO. keeps books by monthly contract. * 502 Jewelers' building. Kearny 1007. - ' -'\u25a0-'-, \u25a0.-'.\u25a0'",• " •: '\u25a0 -'" i.v. y>i-- WANTED — Position as cook - in boarding house, small . hotel, delicatessen, or bouse keeping; gentlemen. Home , phone 54962. 814- Mc- . Alllster st. . YOUNG woman who has had i experience 'as a \u25a0 nurse and companion will take charge of house for elderly - person \u25a0or the care of : young girl and assist with upstairs work.' Tel. West 6536. TOUNG woman wishes a few places to work by the day, housework, washing or office cleaning. Call or write MRS. C, 3704 Folsom st. near Cortland ay. ; • : \u25a0 -\u25a0<\u25a0 . - ' '. MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S ' BAZAAR, 1108 VALENCIA ST. BARBERS AND SUPPLIES BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS THB CHAIRS THAT LEAD THEM ALL Our 1910 model finished with!" a PORCELAIN GLASS ENAMEL that lif not on any other make of chairs. This chair Is started and completed In our own factory and we \u25a0 do not purchase any part of it from " any other : factory and: receive imperfect goods. / • . Send for catalogue of this chair,' which Is 6old on easy Installments of $5 per month. We fit up shops complete on very low payments. ' > . \u25a0. .: JAMES BARKER, INC. Phone Franklin 3899. 94 Turk st. \u25a0EUGENE F. PANARIO. Mgr. BARGAIN SALE, HALF PRICK, for a few days, on our' imported -PEERLESS RAZORS at 79 CENTS each for % sixes. Mall orders 5c extra for postage. Just -arrived, the new SANITARY GLASS SHAVING MUG. BECKEL & PRESH- ER, Inc., Barber Supplies, 60 6th St., S. F. BOOTBLACK . wanted, must be good lively . man, for downtown barber shop, to start work Mon- day morning. Inquire (Ml McAllister st., after 10 o'clock.. .- . ' -* . ' . ." SEND . for DE-FI RAZOR; new- stock just ar- rived; every one GUARANTEED: sixes 4-8, 5-8 and 6-8; price $2. EDW. L. CORDY CO., 68 TAYLOR ST., RELIABLE BARBERS' SUP- PLIES. - BARBER trnst cornered— Old and new chairs for what they are worth: 2 revolving chairs and shop complete, $50; nonforfeiting- lease : and time the same as casb. \u25a0 394 Hayes st. , COUNTRY shop, where you get the best, climate in the state; runs 6 chairs steady; clears $160 _per month on average. Full particulars only with COLBMAN & CO., 830 Market St. THREE chair shop near Market St.; down town; ' big future; $325 if taken at once. COLEMAN & CO.. 830 Market st. . .' $300 — Four chair shop and 3 bathrooms, running 2 chairs steady; rent $15. with 2 living rooms; owner has other business; must sell. . COLE- MAN & CO.. 830 Market st. - . THREE chair shop for sale; running 2 chairs stead;-; must self on account of other business. 1453 Eddy st. corner Flllmore. GOOD barber wanted steady; to commence next Monday. Bell Barber Shop, 572 Broadway, Oakland. • \u25a0 FOR sale — One chair shop; cheap; good location; residence district. Apply 4006 26th st. corner Sanchez. \u25a0 - . \u25a0 ' BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre- tary, W. BARON, 775 Mkt.; phone Kny. 5384. YOU can't afford to be without a "Diamond B" razor and shears. At BAUER'S. 1554 Ellis St. WANTED — Partner for barber shop; good. loca- tion and good business. 20 sth st. near Mkt. OLD established first class 2 chair barber shop; - 1515 A Ellis st.; snap; $175; other business. BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday, at the Lurline barber shop. Bush and Larkln sts. BARBER wanted — First class American pre- ferred. 1647^ Market st.. Oakland. WANTED — Two chair country shop: distance no object. O. LAND, 4051 19th St., S. F. BARBER wanted for Saturday. 705 . Broadway. 2 COLORED barbers wanted at 2565 Greenwich st. ; come prepared to work. WANTED — Steady barber at 1652 7th St., West j Oakland; 10 cent shop. - WANTED — Good barber for Saturday and Sun- day. 3009 24th st. '\u25a0 \u25a0 BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday. Ap- ply at 701 Valencia st. • \u25a0 WANTED— Good barber for Saturday and Sun- day. 837 Golden Gate ay. . ' . BARBER wanted for Saturday noon and Sunday. 821 Devlsadero St., city. 1 GOOD barber shop for sale; rent cheap; good lo- cation. 502 4th pt. FIRST CLASS barber Saturday and Sunday. 1774 Geary st. BARBER wanted Saturday from 10 a. in. to 10 ' p. in. 30 oth st. GOOD barber wanted for Saturday. • Apply at 19 4th st. „, BARBER wanted at 30SS 16th st. Saturday morning. THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS AT 1651 FILLMORE ST. MALE' HELP WANTED WANTED— At once, INTELLIGENT GERMAN- AMERICAN BUSINESSMAN FOR MANAGER and CASHIER for an inc. mfg. and importing novelty and jewelry concern ; $25-40 salary week: Al references and $1.000-$2.000 CASH required: bonds not accepted. Answer German and English, box "621, Call office. . • ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkln st.— Bushelman for col- lege, $30; porter, hotel, $40; -kitchen boy, $30; assistant gardener, $30: busboy, $30, $40; man to work in an orchard, etc., $25-$3O; vegetable- \u25a0raan, $35; dish washer, hotel, $SO; tailor for institution, $30; cooks, kitchen and hotel help, etc. WE want a few live, responsible men and women as. deputies for Fraternal Order Mountaineers in cities and towns around the bay;, we have the best proposition on the coast. Call or ad- dress F. O. M.. room 52, Bacon block, Oak- land, CaL ' ...-'. . MEN. wanted forrailway, mail, internal revenue, customs and postofflce examinations: $600 to $1,500; preparation free. Write for San Fran- cisco examination schedule. Franklin Institute, dept. 17N, Rochester, N. Y. GOOD opening for ambitious young men with growing country lands. business; small invest- ment required; permanent position; liberal -ar- rangement; 'great future for hustler. Address Real .Estate, P. O. box-66. city. - WANTED — Men and women* to j learn the barber trade; special rates on I now ; branches in ! all . the principal cities. United States and Canada; we guarantee to teach you the trade. - Moler College. 234 3d st. \u25a0 : ; MEN AND WOMEN to learn the barber trade absolutely free; no limit •to time. Write or call for particulars,- THB S. F. BARBER COLLEGE. 790 Howard st. ' . . .. LABORERS and mechanics to know that Edward Rolkln has reduced the rooms at the Denver house,' 3d and Howard sts.. to 35c per day; $2 week; hot and cold water. in every room.- '-\u25a0 . WANTED — 600 men -to occupy rooms. 20c to SOc per night (free bath): at the NEW Y0RK.,753 Howard st. between 3d and 4th. . •\u25a0..-.; . \u25a0 . . .' . STRONG young man to work in blacksmith and machine shop. California Tool -Works, 181 Beale. st; . . ' -: / \u25a0 'r. . -/ .'' -.: ; ." . '\u25a0 ; MEN wanted at 103 3d st., to have their shoes repaired ;• sewed soles, 7sc, done in 10 minutes. WANTED — Chinese "cook- for Palo "Alto; wages $50: no washing. Apply, 1918 Green st. upstairs. WANTED — AY first class solicitor,' for work \u25a0 in San Francisco. .Address box 3650, Call office..* j NEW WESTERN, 1124- Howard— Single ' rooms, 15c and 20c per . night : hot and cold water. -,'\u25a0' MEN, to learn barber trade in 6 weeks; special rate. \u25a0 670 Washington st. near Kearny. : " \u25a0: HARNESS - MAKERS; steady : work; good pay. KEYSTON BROS. M2O Second st. . HARNESS and collar makers wanted; open shop. W. DAVIS & SONS. 2040 Howard st. : ,-';.-. THE FILLMORE BRANCH . OF. THE CALL IS AT 1651 FILLMORE \ ST.. , - \u0084 ; WANTED TO LEARNT -TRADE WANTED— Your workdays the expense to learn a trade that pays $5 day in few months', time; : electricity, automobiles, plumbing; brick laying; actual : contract . Jobs ; \u25a0 200 \u25a0\u25a0 students ' last year. United Trade School Contract Co.'. 1623 Mrkt. FEMALE f \u25a0 HELP .WANTED TOUNG women ' between the ages \u25a0 of ; 17 and : 25, of i fair education, \u25ba' nbat ;i appearance ; and i nn- . questionable ' character, wanted t to , study tele- phone operating as , a • profession; a liberal Ml- \u25a0 ary is paid Dew operators while in' training at the operating school of . the ' Pacific , Telephone ' ; and Telegraph \u25a0; Company, aad upon graduation '-\u25a0 they ' are , given - permanent positions vmt s the switchboards, wita opportunltlea for promotion. : The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company •\u25a0 ' provides light I and well " ventilated | operating . rooms,' pleasant rest and lunch rooms and takes a personal interest In the welfare of the young \u25a0'. women In •: Its \u25a0 employ. :-"*' , \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 - v , Competent', operators -furnished .to provide branch • exchange ' subscribers. .'.. -..-.',- - - \u25a0•'\u25a0-, - • ' . v r \u25a0" For full particulars , call;- preferably, between 8 :30 \u25a0\u25a0 a. m. and <12 m . , ! at \u25a0 operating . school,, :• telephone office,; 2ols Steiner ft." -..-• \u25a0'\u25a0-, . • FEMALE; HELP WANTED-— Continue* WANTED— Experienced alteration hands-on Jack- 1 ets and skirts; Addlt superintendent's office . from 9 to 11 a: m.. HALE BROS.. Inc., Mar- ket and 6th sts., city. j WANTED— Several , bright young women to sell j flowers and untrimmed hats.' Apply \u25a0"P"™*" 1 * dent's office from 9 to 11 a. m., HALE BROS.. ; - Inc.. "Market and '6th- sts.; city: * --'\u25a0'""''* -'\u25a0- WANTED— First class cook for private family across ' the bay ; ; Swedish , or German preferred. Apply to superintendent of HALE BROS., Inc., Market and 6th sur, y-y '.'---\u25a0' ' GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. ; PAID SALARY LEVI, STRAUSS & CO.. 3D* AND CLAY STS. APPLY. TO MR. DAVIS. WANTED — At:, once, intelligent German forelady, .22-36 years, for label work, $8-$l2 per week; Call personally, fl-10 a. m. to 12-2 p..m.. 215 .=- O'Farrell st., , office r. "-. 14, Novelty Mfg. Co. WANTED— LadIes "to ; learn hair "dressing; com- j plete course, $25; bring this ad and get mani- curing- outfit free with- lessons.; Up to Date * Parlors, -1750 'Flllmore St.; estab. 15 years. \ WANTED— Young "women to train as nurses, be- tween ages of 20 and , 30, of good education, neat appearance. Box 3998, Call office, Oak- land.'. ..'-;\u25a0-\u25a0;-\u25a0 .-*,-\u25a0 .-.:;: ;. - .'.-.": :\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'"'\u25a0 KITCHEN maid r for ; a private family; good \u25a0 chance- to- learn -fine cooking; "$3O. -MISB PLUNKETT, 1896 Sutter st. cor. Webster. JACOBS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Housework girls -:. wanted; cooks;- references. Phone West 3697 or 54832.i 3240 Sacramento st. : LEARN the art of Hair dressing at the California College of Halrdresalng and Beauty ' Culture; exp. instr. 967% Market. \u25a0-.\u25a0Tel. Kearny 5368. EXPERIENCED butten hole operator oa shirts: , steady work. ULMAN. SEELIGSOHN .; & \u25a0 BROWN... ,- i -•--:•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;<. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ./--,. •\u25a0'..;. LADIES wanted to take home work, part or full time; experience unnecessary. TRIEBER'S, ,1607 Ellis st. near \u25a0 Flllmore. Ladles, get your old hats remodeled. Stand. La- dies' Hat Mfg. Co. Remember, r. 4. 883 Mrkt. LEARN . hair dressing, etc.. In 3 weeks; best system; special terms. 1475 Haight st. ;' WANTED — Young girl for light housework in small family. 3523 Sacramento st. : EMPLOYMENT OFFICES West 8588. Phone: \u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0 Home 53444 ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. -Contractor and interpreter. 1623 Buchanan. g. KAWATA. AAAA— CANTON Bureau of . Information — Chi- nese-servants; contracts for resorts. Canton Bank bldg., 649 Kearny st; phone Sutter 118. AAA— PHONE WEST. 1731 ; - \ Largest Japanese and Chinese employment office in city. T.TAMURA CO., 1612 Laguna st. HORI CO., 1748 SUTTER ST.; PHONBWEST 2803 — Best . Japanese-Chinese help promptly fnrn.; open day and night. Home phone S2SO3. AA— OSCAR HATSUMI,' Japanese-Chinese Emp. Co.; best help with care and guar. 1513 Geary st. ; phone West 5655. ; Home S4OBB. j \u25a0 \u25a0 J. CONN, Chinese emp. bureau; Chinese cooks special, hotel or fam. 770 Clay; T. Doug. 3162. H. W. HONG, Chinese employment office, 805 Webster St.. Oakland ; ' phones Pekin 25, A 3725. JAPANESE EMP. AND HOUSEWORK CO., 509^ 7th St., Oakland; Oak 1384, Home A 2446. STAR emp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W. KODATA. 1608 Geary; te!. West 167. 54908. UNPAID WAfiES: COLLECTED KNOX, 443 Pine — Suits, liens, attachments, time checks cashed; debts collected everywhere. TIME CHECKS CASHED: Hens; wages collected everywhere. INTERSTATE. 615 Pacific bldg. BLIVEN, 855 Broadway, Oakland — Wages, notes, accounts collected everywhere. COLLECTION AGENCIES DOES any one owe you? We make collections everywhere on percentage. DEAN & CO., 652 Pacific bldg., 4th and Market sts., S. F. BILLS AND COLLECTIONS BAD DEBT COLLECTING our specialty; try ua. INTERSTATE. 615 Pacific bldg., 4th and Mkt. ALL bills,- notes and \u25a0 wages promptly collected everywhere. Fred J." Schmidt. Market-Noe-16th. SALESMEN and SOLICITORS WANTED HIGH CLASS stock salesmen wanted; references required; leads and assistance : furnished; at- tractive proposition to good men. Call bet. 9:30-11:30 a. m.. 2 to 4:30 p. m., rooms 417- 418, Foxcrof t bldg. \u25a0 ; : WANTED — Traveling salesman, convincing talk- er; able to pay own expenses first week. 223 Minna st. \u25a0 \u25a0 . r : . LIVE men. to sell watches, jewelry on Install- ments; salary or com. 704 Market, room 612. SOLICITORS wanted for liquor store. Call at 2391 Mission st. ROOMS TO LET — Fur. and Unfur. . • A COZY . home . for respectable ladies, 1130 Mar- ket' st. near Bth. under auspices of the SAL- VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished; every modern convenience; steam heat, electric light and elevator service: spotlessly clean; centrally located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market ' 1349; prices very moderate, ranging from 25c per night up; special rates by the week or month. See matron, room 33. AAA — Beautiful sunny rooms, fine view; all con- veniences; references. 972 Union st. near Taylor. L CLAY st. 1480, corner Hyde— Handsome, sunny room; new furniture, bath, telephone, every convenience., .. ' CLAY I st. near Larkln — Sunny room, electric light, bath; fine view;. man only. Tel. Frank- lin 3138. • DEWEY HOUSE. 4th and Howard— All modern conveniences; 200 rooms, 35c. t0 $1 day, $2 to $5 a week: free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars. ELLIS St.. 1177 — Newly furnished,' sunny room, . $2. week: bath, phone. . .--•\u25a0:.\u25a0 . FILLMORE st., 1738 — Newly furnished rooms, bath, running water, $2 week up; alsq house keeping.- • . ' . \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 -, .. FILLMORE st., - 661 — Lovely, I sunny room for gentleman; cheap; phone Market 2965. HOTEL OREGON. Valencia and 14th sts. Modern - throughout; \u25a0 all. outside sunny rooms; neatly furnished; nicest bouse in Mission district; rates $3. week up, with bath; special rates by the month, f- Phone Park. 5578. 15 * HOTEL IRVING. 447 Eddy— 2oo modern outside rooms; large lobby; ladies" parlor; drummers' sample rooms;, 50c ;tosl a day; $2.50 to $5 week. \u25a0 Eddy. St. cars direct from ferry. , • HAIGHT : St.. 104— A beautiful sunny \u25a0 front room for-, one or two 4 gentlemen; separate beds and breakfast if desired; free phone and r bath. \u25a0..-':-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-.;: '\u25a0 ' \u0084.:.'; \u25a0-. :.! ' .-'-' ' HAIGHT St.. 60— Large, front room for 2 gentle- men; single beds, bath; walking distance, i JONES St.. 957. corner Pine — Sunny, comfortable rooms;' new. flat; private family; . excellent lo- - cation and car service. ..,.\u25a0\u25a0_' i LET the DOMO DIRECTORY do your room hunt- v Ing: . saves : time • and strength. MISS TRUM- S BULL, manager, 822 Crocker bldg.; hours 11-2. MASON St., 825— Sunny front suite, unfur. or fur. ! to 'suit,'- reasonable to right party;, references. MASON at.. -.737— Large, nicely furnished; room;' bath, phone; walking, distance; very reas. NICE I furnished room ; sunny ; $7 month. . 1732 "Sutter.- St., -\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0.,\u25a0?,' ... - ... -,-'...-: , '.'.'...-•. >-r, OVERLAND HOUSE, 569 Sacramento st. below Montgomery — Now open ; 200 rooms ; hot and cold water in every room; 25c to $2 per day, $1.50 to $5 per week. - EDW. ROLKIN. , Prop. POLK St.; 1736— "Bartlett " neatly." furn. sunny front, also single. $1.50 to $3.75; ph. Fkln. 4111. TINE I St., ! 1730— Large sunny; corner ' room; prl ; , \u25a0,vate .bath, grate, phone;- also small snnny room. PAGE \u25a0St.. 576, 'near. Fillmore — Large I sunny room ; prl vafe family ; bath -and telepnone ; $10. PACIFIC ' St., 1367— Large j nicely 9 furn. front room; bath, gas; $10; call after sp. m. . •. . PINE: St..' 1617, cor. Van ' Ness ' ay.— Under new .management, newly furnished '.sunny suites -\u25a0 with private bath ; also single ; > gas; • running \u25a0 water ; lowest rates perm." parties; 4 car lines. POLK St., -1310, near Bush— Large; sunny, fur- ' \u25a0 nlahed room ; ' running water; $2 per ; week.' . • r: - "-'"ST. MARIE HOTEL." " •; - .700 Broadway, corner Stockton st. -' : , Just opened; new management; all front rooms; .' corner suite suitable for t doctor: bath; phone.] -. SUN NY i bay j window. 1 also back rooms ; I gas ana ; electric ; •; bath and - phone; r. cheap / rent. ; 1684 \u25a0 Howard st. bet. 12th and 13th.yv-' :•'\u25a0' 'r^rr\ : TURK st.: 822-r-Large sunny front room; i well; furnished; every cbnv.; ; suitable 3 adults; reas. UNION st.V 1728— Sunny ;'lto 7 rooms and bath; - very, reasonable, to right' party. -:i : ' -I '-- : - ".-\u25a0.\u25a0-. ' ; ,VAN ? < NESS • ay.', ?705^-Sunny front ", room,V run- .^ning water; suitable; for, 2; bath. ; phone. ,V VAN NESS av.,',719; near Turk st.-r-Sunny room* / ,; running , water. , $3 ;. per week. ; -,:,\u25a0 ,-'-\u25a0\u25a0 -': \u25a0 - ISTH Rt.. 4254— F0r rent, 'nicely furnished sunny ' a front bay window ;room.^r i.. ;: -^.:^. :^- : '-^\u25a0-"\u25a0'\u25a0^ RENT THAT^VACANT ROOMf A small want' ad in The Call will do" it quicker I than , a i dozen j signs plastered jon ;yoor \u25a0 windows i~: and .: which , spoils , the • looks of , : your; home \u25a0 be- . sides. Phone Kearny 86 for an : ad mau to call .' andsee you.'- u'T * '/**\u25a0''';"\u25a0£•'\u25a0> \u25a0 " •." . \u25a0 " ; • -' \u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0"'\u25a0 '-:"-"'\u25a0''. ,-..:;\u25a0.,.- Wit vi''r.\:\ ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING BARTLETT \u25a0 8t.,U415,1 near 25th — Large ; sunny rooms for bouse keeping; gas, bath; furnished or unfurnished. . ; '.' CHURCH -St.,* 174, ;near Market— Eleg. furn.. sunny rooms and bath, running water; hskpg.; $2.50 week up: : ; . - . '^.-x , : - DEVISADERO st.. 1311%; upper flat of 4 nice . furn. rooms and bath for house, keeping; gas 'range., hot water, sun all day; 1 rent very rea- :. Bonable. \u25a0 . ' ELLIS ' St., 1365— Front suite, with regular .1, kitchen; also other rooms; hath, gas,'' phone. FULTON. st..' 2422— Sunny apt. of 2 front rooms, kitchen, : bath, completely furn. ; opp. \u25a0 Golden ; Gate park; McAllister st* car passes door. FOLSOM St., 1222, nr. Bth-^Suite,' house keep- lng; - sunny; gas stove; hot water; laundry and bath. ..':.. ~'-' .. :,"'\u25a0'\u25a0 . ..-'.- : ' GEARY st., 1350— Sunny furnished front house \u25a0-. keeping suite,' $18; also single room, $14. GOLDEN; GATE ay.. 1135, near, Webster- st. — . . A large, y sunny; , well furnished house keeping . room,, running water, bath, phone; private. : GOTJGH st., 1313 — Bright, sunny room Rnd buffet kitchen; baths; * both phones; homelike; see, .this quick; reduced $14 month; refined people ;only; i- .-\u25a0-•.. \u25a0'.'.. ~.. \u25a0•.'\u25a0';::.: HOWARD st., 563 — Front room and kitchen fur- uished, $12; 2; rooms,, gas plate, $10; 1 room Tand kitchen, coal stove, $12. \'£ '.. \u25a0 ".- . ' HAVES St., 969. . near FiUmore— Completely fur- nished sunny rooms; near Flllmore . stores ' and theaters; $2.30, $3 and $4 per week; outside •'.' rooms... \u25a0 - . . . '.- - .\u25a0'' " . a, .\u25a0 , \u25a0• - , , HAIGHT at... 106 V4— Nice front house keeping rooms. .\u25a0• . •; ' x \u25a0.\u25a0_.\u25a0\u25a0 --\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 : HAIGHT.- st... 616 — Nice airy house keeping . room; rent .right. . ;'\u25a0 ' . . LARGE -sunny room, running water, kitchen, $15 month;, also front rooms, $8, $10. 1732 . Sutter •\u25a0 st. ": ,: • \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ... .\u25a0-..- . . ._ \u25a0:\u25a0 .-\u25a0 OCTAVIA St.. 1311— House keeping rooms, nicely furnished.' reasonable; call before noon. PINE st*f - 2162 — Nicely furnished- sunny rooms I for bouse \u25a0 keeping; $12 and up. 'PINE st., 1720 — Large sunny room, also 2 room apt., complete; bath, gas and phone. POINT LOBOS ay., 1616^— 2 rooms furnished; coal ' stove; - $12; other, - $6; 3 rooms furnished in f rear, yard; $12.50. .." . . ~; s _ ROYAL, 311 Van Ness, cor. Grove — Ftarniahed, .sunny, suites. $20; single rooms, $2.50 to $3 per week; gas, running water and phone. , SCOTT st., 2040 — Two sunny rooms and bath, completely furnished; .good kitchen. Phone West 2018. SUTTER at., 2180— Newly furnished room, with • .or without house keeping. . BUTTER st., 2532 — Sunny, modern, 1 to 5 rooms furn. or unfurn., from $6 up; bath, phone, yard; -no objection to children; also bachelor quarters. - - , TWO sunny furnished connecting rooms for housekeeping; use of bath and phone. ' Ap- ply 36 Baker St.. ..-_'. T \u25a0\u25a0 16TH St., 3446. near Church — Large very sunny furnished bay window front room; $12; use of kitchen; gas; bath.. , : OAKLAND HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS BTH st., 1202, cor. .Magnolia, Oakland — 4 sunny furnished rooms and bath for house keeping; on carline and only 2 blocks to either S. P. . or Key Route trains. • . ' BERKELEY ROOMS AND BOARD FURNISHED rooms in a refined private family; . beautiful ' grounds and -surroundings; board optional; near station; references. 2222 Shat- . tuck ay. ALAMEDA ROOMS AND BOARD THE MORTON, Central ay. and Benton (Morton station) — Charming rooms, excellent table; se- lect neighborhood; moderate prices. Phone Ala- meda 1412. \u25a0 : ROOMS AND BOARD OFFERED AAA — THE WEMPE. 419 Oak st. — Large sunny rooms ; unexcelled board. Phone Park 5092. ELLIS St.. 13C5— Front suite, with first class board; also single rooms; very reasonable. GOUGH St.. 1701 — Sunny front alcove, suitable for 2 or 3; also others; every convenience. \u25a0 JACKSON St., 1558 — Very attractive sunny rooms with board; bath and phone. PACIFIC ay.. 1716 — Beautiful sunny front room, suitable for 2 or 3; also single room; excellent board; references. • PACIFIC St., 1721 — Desirable sunny room, with first class board; references; very reasonable. PIERCE St.. Sl5, near McAllister— Furnished front rooms, bath; fine neighborhood; excellent board; -2, $18 month each. POST st.. 1206, cor. Van Ness ay. — Nice sunny fufnished rooms; first class French board. PlNfi St., 2354— Newly furnished, fruit suite, with first class board, $25; no sign. ROOMS and board for gentlemen only; rates rea- sonable. ;226 Halght st. near Buchanan. ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory," Central ay. and Waller st., Saa Francisco — A beautiful home, where old ladles, young girls and little chil- dren can board very reasonably. ST. Margaret's Club for Girls, 1541 Cal.— ldeal home, teachers, tourists, stens.. etc.; $20 mo. up. UNION St.. 1782 — Pleasant sunny room, with or without board: first class table: $6 per week. APARTMENTS ALL APARTMENTS IN THAT CHARMINGLY QUAINT CASA 1 MADRONA Are now ready. The effect of a select hostelry rather than a city apartment house Is produced 1)y- the typical Spanish patio, with its gardens and fountains, around which this adobe struc- ture rambles. The interior is nnequaled for Its many fitments, such as open fireplaces, desks, bookcases, Imported wall coverings, tiled bath- rooms, etc.; steam heat; furn. and unfurn.; ele- gantly appointed; excellent service: $30 to $125. THREE. FOUR AND FIVE LARGE ROOMS. Excellent service; rents $30 to $125. 116 Freder- ick St.; Hayes st. cars pass door. Janitor and maid always in attendance. APARTMENTS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT— -\u25a0315 sth. St.; newly .arranged apartment; first class, except the price; walking distance: 3 .blocks from Emporium; electric lights, runnln? water, free baths: phone and janitor service: 2 rooms' fully furnished for house keeping. $4 per • week and up; 1 room. $2.50 and up; bedrooms, . $1.50 per week- and. up: will move baggage in free of ehHrge. j AAA— ST. DUNSTAN- APARTMENTS. 1315 POLK ST. NEAR SUTTER. A FEW. CHOICE 2 AND a ROOM NEWLY FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APART- MENTS: STEAM HEAT. . HOT WATER ALL THE TIME AND ELEVATOR ALL NIGHT; HOTEL SERVICE: REFERENCES. AA— THE CLOISTER APARTMENTS. \u25a0 ' Exclusively ; for bachelors. 749 Taylor st. ; near Bush. 5 Phone Franklin 5050. Steam beat,~ hot water, shower baths, phones, lounging room, fully equipped' kitchen, southern cook; breakfast served \u25a0in rooms. AAAA— CLINTON APARTMENTS. 1400 JONES ST., COR. WASHINGTON. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUNNY FOUR AND FIVE ROOMS: MARINE VIEW; NEAR FAIR- MONT HOTEL: JANITOR SERVICE: EVERY , CONVENIENCE. PHONE FRANKLIN 3443. THE MELBOURNE Apts.. 1350 Pine ar. Hyde— .'Elegantly furn. 2 and 3 sunny rm. apts.. with ; bath ; - : hotel \u25a0 service; steam heat, social hall I and ' lobby; private exchange | connecting rms. ; \u25a0 phone Franklin .5670.; References. '\u25a0 AAA— VENDOME APTS.. NE. : cor. Washington and Polk-rJust . completed; .handsomely fnr- , nlshed apt. of 3 rooms,' bath; thoroughly mod- ern ;\ electric elevator, •\u25a0 Janitor service, steam .. heat; light and sunny preferences. ; . LAUREL APTS..' 970 : POST NR. LARKIN— i.-- Beautiful 2-3-4 sunny room apts.. furn. and un- \u25a0 - furn. ; 3 : carllnes, < although walking distance .tobusiness: vacuum cleaner, steam heat; Just ; - opened: references. , : - AA— VAVf NESS APARTMENTS, 2128 Van Ness nr. Broadway— Elegantly furnished apts. of 3 and 4 rooms; steam heat, elec. light, elevator; : marine. view; reasonable. = Phone Franklin 2590. MARYLAND APARTMENTS, I NW. cor. 33d and 'Telegraph ay., Oakland's leading family apart- : I ment , howse; 2,* 3 and 4 room apts. ; luxurious -living 50 per cent less than In S. F. Pled. 4460. ATthe Grand apts.; 945 Golden Gate a v., choice t-2 room ' apts. on the boulevard, facing that a beautiful Jefferson square,' from $25 up; one for v?" $18; also 4 room with fine piano for $35; refs. AAAA— THK -; NOTTINGHAM APTS.. 1650 Cal. " nr.*- Van Ness. ; . eleg.~> furn. and unfurn. apts., : ;3-.4-s;rms.,,batb, steam heat,' hot water: refs. AAA— Stanford (The)," 315 - Van Ness— l : and (2 rms..\ light hskpg.; 1 room,- $3.50; 2 rms..* ss \u25a0<week-np;;.tourißt trade. 50c to $1.50 day. AAAA— THE ARDOISB APARTMENTS.. : ,COR., PINE AND '> GOUGH— SUNNY FURN. AND UNFUR. ;APTS^, NEW MANAGEMENT. -"•-' * >SAN JUAN- APARTMENTS, ' 1034 Sutter st. near Hyde. ,3 room. apartments; '"elegantly furnished.- •; CASTLERE AGH : apts.-, -, 1373 „ Clay - near ; Jones— 3 anrl 4 room apts : steam heat, elevator service; j \u25a0 rents reasonable. -> : Phone Franklin i 1241. r .I <; I A— YERBA BUENA apts.;? 1114 Sutter st. near •; Larkln; 'elegantly fnrn. suites.' 2-3 rms..: bath. PARNASSUS; ay.; 243. * corner \u25a0 Woodland— Three j 1 room j apt.^and.bath.^ $21.50; stairs carpeted: f EUREKA apts.;': Mkt. : and 17th : sts.— Beautifnl 3 and 4 rm. apts. ; phone; janitor service; sunny. ADELINE apts.;» 64o: Eddy st.— 2; 3. and 4 room \u0084 1 service ; priv. etch.; most modern. COLUMBUS APTS.: NE." cor.'. Pac. and Larkln— 3 '\u25a0>?. and .4 ! room apartments : ( unfurn. ; $20. $22, $24.' 17TH and Church; over drug storeA-3 and 4 room '?\u25a0* apartments: 'rent 315rt0 $.°.2.50. :: * s >\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:'* -J*- \u25a0' THB; MONDAMIN;, 2S42 Durant ay.— Very pleas- 5 'ant: sunny grooms,*, with running 'water,? single' - % or , en suite ; ; excellent. table board' at reasonable .'rates; convenient to all carliucs. T.Berk. 3573. .'»'-_-. Si-. \u25a0-\u0084;.-\u25a0.\u25a0>-.--,\u25a0\u25a0. k i" \u25a0 -<v - - > - \u25a0' \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0-.-> '\u25a0-.-\u25a0-•_-.\u25a0 -• HOTELS WELLINGTON Hotel. Jones and Geary sts. — 120 rooms; all outside; . all sunny; -75 baths; hot /and cold water; steam heat in every room; elev. ; priv. - ex. day and night service; room and oath; $1 day; $5 wk. up; with detached bath, ,75c day, $3.50 wk.: close to everything. BROOKLYN hotel. 360 Ist St.. 3 blocks from Market — Modern family, commercial; board and room. $1 to $1.50 per day. $6 to $8 per wk.; single rooms, 50c; family rooms, $1; beat meal In eity.-25c: free bus. Chaa. Montgomery. HOTEL ARGONAUT. 4th and Market sts.— Fam- lly and commercial hotel; room with detached bath. $1 per day; rooms with private bath, $1.50 per day; restaurant attached; moderats prices; free bus meets all trains and stmshps. HOTEL LONGWORTH. 1010 Post cow Larkln— so outside sunny rooms; steam beat, automatic elevator; $15 per mo. Phone Franklin 2705. THE COVE. 168 Eddy St.. cor. Taylor — Rear ea- trance In Taylor; transient rooms; $1 to $1.50. THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS AT Ifisl FILLMORE ST. FLATS TO LET -' '» - . RICHMOND— DE WOLF. ' ' \u25a0 Flats for rent at Golden Gate Park." 3 rooms; bath, gas; apartment; $15. . 4 rooms; separate modern flat; $18. , 5 rooms; modern equipment: $20. 6 rooms; electric lights; $25. - The park for your own garden. . Office — Fulton st. corner of Bth ay. LOWER flat in Oakland — Six large sunny rooms and bath; .nice yard; modern convenleaces; near local cars and stores; rent $25; will pay . moving expenses to good. ! permanent tenant. ATHENS REALTY COMPANY, 420 Ilth St.. Oakland, between 11 and 3 o'clock daily. UNION st., -1612 and 1614. near- Franklin— To -.let, 2 lower, sunny flats, 7 rooms and bath In each; both in \u25a0 excellent repair, with gas and electricity. 3 brick chimneys for gas or coal heating; rent reasonable. • ' *• HAVES st.. 2164, near Shrader— Sunny aide of street, 5 rooms and bath; open all around: new. up to date and attractive; also folly . equipped garage;, open. , ... . WELSH st., 114,. near 4th and Brannan — 5 - sunny, light - rooms, bath; nice neighborhood; rent cut to $16. : DEVISADERO St.. 2617, Broadway— Eie- gant, 9 room flat; Presidio and marine view; rent $45. .-;°S?. CENTRAL ay., 700, cor. Fultoa St.— Apartment ' flats; 4 rooms, bath, janitor, modem, sunny; $20 np. / • • .'.\u25a0'.- KW... CORNER 'Noe and 24th sts $27.50; sunny corner flat. 6 rooms and bath; yard. MODERN 4 room flat; son In every room; $20; or will furnish. $25. MR. STRAUSS. 91 Battery. PINE - St.. 2365, near Flllmore— s light, suaay rooms.: bath; new; rent $22; make offer. MISSION St., 3214 — 10 days' rent free; 8 sunny rooms and bath; modern; $28 per month. WASHINGTON. 1655. nr. Polk— Upper flat; new. sunny. 7 rms.; janitor; near all carllnes; reas. ZOE st.. 40A, off Bryant between 3d aad 4th — New, sunny; 4 and 5 rooms and bath. SACRAMENTO St.. 2517-2517%— Upper and low- er sunny flats; 5 and 6 rooms and bath: reas. ' TWO modern sunny flats of 7 and 8 rooms; rent $30 and $35. Apply 351 Devlsadero. st. LAGUNA St.. 2912. nr. Union — 5 and 8 rooms . and bath; rents $12. $13.50. $16. $20; see this. A REDUCTION— 4 r. flat. «23: nearly new; Jan- itor; 'at G. G. park. 2273 Hayes st. 19th and Noe sts. — Sunny, warm belt, upper aad lower 4 and 5 room flats (3); $20. $25. PARNASSUS av~ 227. near Stanyan St.— s '.rooms and bath. $22.50. DOLORES St.. $09 — Sunny modem lower flat, 5 rooms and bath. - ; GROVE st.. 635, near Buchanan — Flat to let; 4 rooms : $15. - FLATS FOR SALE TWO modern flats for sale; $8,500; terms to suit; Buena Vista ay. between park. Hill and South Broderick. Apply I. W. CORBUIN, 454 Duboce ay. . FLATS TO LET— Furnished PIERCE St., 1039. nr. Turk— Furnished flat, sun- ny corner, suitable for 2 families; $40. MODERN.' sunny furnished flat. 4 rooms and bath. 424 Presidio ay. near Sacramento st. ELM ay., 1106. near Pierce and Turk — Furnished flat. 4 rooms: gas and coal range: $20. OAKLAND FLATS TO LET STH ay. and 16th st.— B room flat. GEO. HOST- MAN, owner, tel. Alameda 963. * HOUSES TO LET — Furnished $55 — Completely furnished. 8 room, modern * house; sunny basement; barn and carriage house; large yard, lawn and flowers. Call Saturday or Monday. 1317 26th ay.. Oakland. ARTISTIC, elegant 7 room furnished home; hardwood floors: garage; near station. 1440 East 17th St.. Frnltvale: tel. Merritt 3531. PACIFIC ay.. 2353 — 0 room house; sunny; well furnished: rent reasonable. HOUSES TO LET — Unfurnished CALIFORNIA *t., 2!)17 — Residence, 9 rooms and bath, furnace, electric lights, modern lm- provements: reasonable. OUT OF TOWN HOUSES TO LET— Fur. TO LET — Completely furnished home In Mill Val- ley; extensive grounds; grand view: sun all > day: 0 minutes from train; 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, great porch, artistic living room, big fireplace; all modern conveniences; by year or j for 6 months, or will sell. Address box 3654, Call office. - • - ' \u25a0 . - BELVEDERE— Furnished house. Baggett's; $50, April to- July 15: time extended If desired. DOCTOR ROSE. Chronicle bldg.. or premises. A— 6 room cottage. ! nicely furnished, with, mod- ern Improvements: Ros» station. Marin county. Apply M. J. LINDSAY. 268 Market st. OUT of TOWN HOUSES <o Let— UnfuT. FOR rent— 7 rooms and bath, furnished or un- furnished: near electric and S. P. cars. Ad- dress box 168, Burllngame. 2 COTTAGES In Belvedere. 6 and 6 room* and bath: rent reasonable. Apply_jr_H\_KELLEY 1 OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET— Fur. - FOR rent — Furnished house:' modern; hardwood . floors, sleeping porch, garage . and driveway. 570 Oakland ay.: phone Oakland 5714. j\ LAMBDA HOUSES TO tET— Fur. UP ' to date 6 room bungalow;- May. June and July. \u25a0 Apply- 2 to 5 p. m. 1508 Alameda ay., Morton station. Alameda. \u25a0 _._^__^ B^RKEIiETi^. HOUSES ; TO lET- Unjtjq.r.. 10 LARGE, sunny room house in select location; beautiful yard; near Berkeley, Claremont car; $50 per month. Phone Douglas 4352. TO LET COMFORTABLE cottages. 5 rooms, large yard; basement: $!*>\u25a0 3628 A Army st. OAKLAND COTTAGES TO LET — Fur. COTTAGE, 4 rms.. nicely furn:; stove and gas; sunny: rent $20: no children. 1911 Caestnnt. : QJ L Jff! A y.P ' COT TA G j?s I to >.'_let ; _^ NEW. 4 room-bath cottage: gas and electricity; lawns: very neat: $14 up. DETTNER, 49th and Shafter. 3 blocks _eaßt_of_Tejggrapti ; __ :_: _ OFFICES AND STORES TO LET NEW corner store; opposite X. M.- C. A. build- ing: ISO Golden Gate ay.: 5 years* lease; fine -location. Apply WALTER -G. TUCKER, 507 Mission st. " / CALIFORNIA" St., ; 555. corner Kearny — Offices suitable , doctors, \u25a0 dentists, architects; $15 np. HALF store to let. excellent location. 135 Moat- gomery st. (Feher). » TO LET— Part of store.. Apply at 1023 Market street. STORES. OFFICES and LOFTS TO LET FOR rent— Loft. 5.000 j sq. 'ft. ; steel and brick building; cor. Folsom. and Steuart sts.: can be - converted Into anything. WILKINS FISHER \u25a0 CO.. 298 Steuart st. " . FOR '\u25a0: rent :^-Store* and . 5 . rooms," basement " and 'barn; first class location; sth ay. and lAth St.; ' $75 rent: a snap .for right party. TeL Ala. 963. > LOFTS TO 'LET FOR' rent — 1 or 2 lofts. 9,000 square feet In ; each; in the wholesale district, corner of , street; good light; freight and passenger ele- ~ vators. For particulars address box 3595. Call. FURNITURE FOR SALE GENT breaking up. new f urns. . Circassian • wal- nut, colonial mahogany,. birdseye suite, fumed din.- set, rockers, rugs; cheap. Call 1334- Mc- ;. Alllster- st.V .\ -;.-.-- > \u25a0 ' CIRCASSIAN.waInut, mah., blrdseye suit; heavy brass beds, parlor, china closet. 1 taraisMags, .sacrifice by piece. 1292 McAllister, cor. Str. FURNITURE at your owa price at H. SCHELL- | HAAS' furniture store. 11th St., Oakland. IK you are looking. for', work, rest by the way. The -Favorite. -\u25a0847 > Market st. ; \u25a0- .WE'are the' largest buyers of new and second hand furniture, . pianos, carpets, desks or mer.; . will buy yours spot cash.' Mark J. Levy auction <•«>..: 1140 McAllister; ph;' Park S6O; H.. 52632. AA A A— Cheapslde pays best , prices ; bght.. sold. \u25a0<f exchanged, js 541 McAllister ; \u25a0 phone Park 2734. WIND OWJjHADKS ADVANCE Window Shade poren shades te all sizes. Geo. Walcom. 1131 Sntter. SOc at factory: Sedava porca^ shader. GEO. WALCUM CO.. 1139 Sntter at. CURTA^NJi^AJ^LPJEt?^ 0 ---- * rfPTii\'<! »v nair hand washed, stretched, rSn«tto '.Mr! \u25a0 Hosktng. 2621^ Bush. SEWING MACHINES MeNALLY has moved to 2664 Mission bet. 22d and "3d; largest stock, all makes, lowest "ices to the United States; renting and re- pairias che*p; opea evenings. Phoae llissioa 202. . DOMESTIC— Removed from O'Farrell st. to 1844 FILLMORE near Post; all makes of machlaes. new and second hand. sold, rented aad re- paired; lowest prices. Phone West 3691. WESTERN FEED CO.'S certificate «* »» ck _ f ,°, c sale at 50 cents on the dollar. Box 2862. Call. CARPET CLEANING^ AAA— U. S. Carpet Cleaning C<x. 2207 Busn at.; most superior cleaning la the world; caa gl»« you beatiar. steam, compressed air, vacuum or celebrated earthquake, .whlcn removes all dirt. dust, grease, restoring natural colors ns» new. West 5320. 52498; laying and refitting. AAAA— LE CLAIR VACUUM CLEANING CO.. 62 Pest, rooea 328; phone Douglas 20.1. or res. West 9041— Dustless cleaning of carpet*. tugs, draperies. WITHOUT REMOVAL. ABSOLUTELY the Best Carpet Cleaning. 3e yard; estimates given for Altering aad Relaylag. Deal direct with F. A. RICE'S Carpet ISOS Harrison a*. Phones Markst 262. MISOT-, SJ. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 3D7 Sutter st. phone Keamy 5552. BLCE WAGON. Carpets, rugs quickly, thoroughly cleaned oa floor without removal; estimates free. Largest, best: cleaning cap'y 2.000 yards a day; no "air" cleaning; all work guar.; cleaning ie, laying sc; renov.. etc.: ests. free; Glsslo— C. C. Co.. 230 Vermont; P. Park 6925; est. 20 years. AA— National Carpet Cleaning Works — Largest on coast; lay lag and altering a specialty. Hamp- > toa & Baley. 344-348 Church St.; Market ISO. WHEN yon become disgusted with poor wotis send yonr carpets to J. SPATJLDING * CO.. 989 Golden Gate ay. Phone Market 643. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.— Advaaced meth- ods. GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131-1139 Satter »t. WATTS— Reliable carpet cleaning; . alterations; renovat.. laying. 560 Devlsadero: ph. Park 560. CONKLIN BROS., carpet cleaaing and laying. 2400 Geary St.. comer Baker; phone West 93. MATHBWSON'S carpet beating works. 315 East 12th at.. Oakland: tel. Merritt 595. NATIONAL FREIGHT & TRANSFER CO.. Mis- sion nr. 10th; phoae Market 3154— Cut rates to all points: moving vans: fireproof warehouse. .^^STOJIA^E^JINp^M^yjNG^VAJVS^^. BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY. Fireproof Warehouse. 13th and Mission. Phone Market 13-14. or Home M 1313. WILSON BROS. (Inc.) — Moviag aad storage. cor. 14th and Sanches sts., 1 block from Mar- ket and Flllmore sts. cars. Phone Park 271. A— PACIFIC STORAGE AND VAX CO. — Brie« warehouse. 2322 FiUmore st. Tel. West 2623. PIERCE RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.. main office Eddy aad Flllmore. Tel. West 828. . ; . - F 9R-.- S - A -V-^ :; TT^ i> ' >c *^ a a- e - 0 - 11 " --- 2ND HAND pipe, rattled. n«w threads, new couplings dipped Ia asphalt, threads protected; f. a b. cars S. F. or your city; guaranteed or no sale; reference, any legitimate buslaei* house la town. H. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO.. •The Pioneer Pipe Man.". !»';/- \u25a0 850 Branaaa st. _____ ___ ______„_ ATTENTION, Campers. Contractors and Oth- ers: Sale U. S. army eooda. V - BARGAINS— BARGAINS— BARGAINS. Rifles, guns, teats, shirts, blankets, saddles. khaki suits, underwear, shoes, gloves, folding cats, swords, bayonets and other good 9 galore. Mall orders filled. Write for catalogue, free. SPIRO HARNESS CO.. 217 Market st. FOR sale — 2 new wall cases. 10 ft x 8 ft. his.i: beautifully finished In yellow pine: solid roll- ing doors; drawers and cupboards in base; $.-\u25a0> each: 2 oak showcases, 8 feet: plate glass tops: beauties: $50 each. Apply WALTER G. TUCKER. 507 Mission st. CASH REGISTER*. " The largest line of first class second hand casb registers ever shown now on hand; ex- tremely low prices; on easy terms. THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.. 1040 Market st. bet. Taylor aad Jones. CUT PRICE PLUMBING SUPPLY CO.; open 7 to 7: city or country orders; free delivery: cash. We do plumbing cheaper than ever: try us. Cemeat tray. $4; galv. tray, $2: boiler*. $4.60. 320 to 32S McAllister. Tel. Market 4033. FOR sale — New Victor talking machine; recent cabinet and 50 records: cost ov»r $100; wilt sell for less than half price. Call forenoon or after 6 p. m. 200S Grove st. AA — 2d band building and plumbing material, lumber, doors, sash, closets, sinks, pat. chim- ney. Wrecking Co.. 1645 Mission bet. 12th- 13th. FOR sale — I room ark. beamed and paaeled • ceilings; good condition. DR. C. I>. MOORE. 2032 Shattnck ay.. Berkeley: teL Berk. :tjT-. AA — All sizes standard water pipe and screw casing, guaranteed good as new; get our prices. Weissbaum Pipe Works. 133 Ilth st. NEW lumber, rough and finished doors and 1 win- dows for 5 room cottage; must sell. Box 3-O, 1108 Valencia. SECOND HAND PIPE. Largest dealers la standard pipe and screw casing, dipped; prices right; guaranteed first class. Pacific Pipe Co.. Mala and Howard sts. LARGE Jarlcki pipe machine, complete, from »j inch to 4 inches laclnslve. for sale. A. H. KNOCK; 810 12th st. Oakland. RESTAURANT! furnished living rooms; rent; $12.50; over $500 value ia sight; going away; $400 takes it. 153& Eddy st. 284 FREDERICK — Light gray new business suit. \u25a0 gent medium size. $14: cost nearly twice this amount. \u25a0 FOR sale — 2 very large marine oil palatines, also> 2 smaller pastoral pictures; cheap. I'j tttli St.. Oakland. \u25a0 - j-- \u25a0 \u25a0 BILLIARD and pool cloth cheap: bnlld. chalk. cue tips, other supplies. AUTENRIETH, 356 Market st. - A— BOOKS BOUGHT. ? KING'S BOOK STORE. 171G Market st.* above Gough: tel. Market 4763. BABY chicks. 10c. every day; . shipped any- where. STANSFIELD. 5301 E. 14th. Fruttvalr. JAPANESE nUhtinKsles. $2.50. R. H. HEGER. 515 San Pablo ay.. Oakland. NATIONAL cash registers, electric si gas. bar and safe for' sale; cheap. 579 McAllister st. WALL PAPER, 3%c a roll: house linings, SV- C yd.; samples mailed. MERIGAN. 1447 Ellis. ARMY tents at factory prices. W. A. PLUM- MER CO.. SW. cor. of Front and Pine sts. EDISON AGENCY — Moving picture machines and films; bargains. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st. BAFE — Second band; outside 45x30x28; Inside 28x19x13; $70. 950 Mlssioa st. above. sth. \u25a0 BOOKS and libraries bought. THB HOLME 3 CO.. 1158 Market at: phoae Market 896. SAFES — New and second hand, all sizes. THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 120-ISO Folsom st. FOR sale — Baby chicks, ' 400 hatch \u25a0 ready Moa- . day- 1533 Pacific ay., Alameda. I LARGE double door Ball safe, wita burglar chest. 233 Calif oraia st. \u2666 v MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL— BLAKB'3 BAZAAR, 110S VALENCIA ST. FAMILY UQ.VORS SAMPLE gaL fine 4 yr. old claret 60c. " Me- . Donald Co.. 131 ft Polk: ph. Frank. 1331. Cl9Ol. * BAV AXP^STORE FIXTURESJ;^ BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 765-767 Mission st.; telephone Snttfr 333.- ' LOCKSMITHS KEYS at factory prices. Key Works. 861 Clay St.. Oakland. Phones: Oakland 6717. A 2374. L\u25a0•-_-•;L \u25a0•-_-•; ' MISCELL.VNEOUS WANTS , \u25b2A — WANTED — Art in all Its braachea; artist* wbo have paiatlngs. watercolors, carving, stat- , nary, or any oae who produce* art. Th« Art Ad. Co. have opened a branch of their New York Art Gallery for the- purpose of handling art oa a . percentage for all artists or thos» who have art of any kind for sale. ~ Call or ' address ART AD. CO.. 933 Van Ness ay. WANTED— For casb. gasoline cabfa cruiser to ' accommodate ' at least four people; state size, power, price and where can be seen. Address box 3541. Call office.. 3d and Market sts. WANTED — TO hire several goat carts, goats and harness for '. children's playground. Address. stating terms, box 3637. Call office. DRESS SUITS, tuxedos. Prince Alberta aad othar suits toujt&t. L. SKOLL. 707 Ooldea Gate \t. ; phones— Market 4631. Horn*- 52233. . WANTED — To rent, a 300 ft. surveTor'9 chain . for a month or more. Address 475 44 ta st.. Oakland. : , . AAAA — Positively highest prices for ladies'.gents j cast off clothing, etc. 741^ Webster: Park 3531. DRESS MAKING ' _ MACDOWELL'S Dress Making and MilU aery School. 121 Geary at. near Grant ay.; evenlnz __cla^sesr_patterns_cnt_to order. '- Douglas 4733. \u25a0\_;-~ -^ j' L J^HJ[gS^^AJLORS^ : : OUR $50 suit will be $100 after May 15. 19io" KAPLAN'S Laiclies' Tailoring. «22 Golden Gate __g_v_ I _near_Van_Ne»». San Franc! nco. J Cal: .-\u25a0\u25a0- -. C«Btlaae d oa Xext Fas*"