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HEINZE DIVIDENDS
KEPT IN FAMILY
Government Expert Traces Pay*
ments That Made Copper
Stock Valuable
NEW YORK. May 6. — John P. Fernsler,
the expert accountant, was again on the
witness *.-tand in today's session of the
trial of F. Augustus Heinze for alleged
misapplication of the funds of the Mer
cantile national bank In l? 07 when he
was president the bank, and over
ocrtification of checks of his brother's
iirm.
In his testimony yesterday Fernsler
described methods by which United cop
por company dividends had been paid.
Largely, ho claimed, by means of loans
taken out to be repaid when the "in
siders" turned back their dividends to
the Heinze coterie. Today he described
trie manner in which, it is alleged, the
company had linanced itself for the
payment of the dividends. His testi
mony was fortified by a blueprint chart
or tabulation made up, he said, from
examination of the company's books,
the bank's books, the dividend checks
and other documents.
The January operations, according to
Fernsler's testimony, were these:
••January 2<o. 1907. when the United
copper company had a quarterly divi
dend falling: due, that company had a
balan.ee of. less than $80,000. Here
M;ix H. Schultze of Otto Heinze '& Co.
stepped in and borrowed $600,000 from
the Mercantile national bank, adding to
this a check of $120,000 from A. P.
Heinze. making a total of $720,000
available for dividend payments. Then
began a system of exchange of checks
through the subsidiary concerns of the
United copper company, the Montana
ore purchasing company, the Belmont
mining company, the Nipper consoli
dated company, the Cerra Rock Island
mining company and tjie Minnie Healy
mining company.
Those travels of the $720,000 Ferns
ler traced until the sum was brought
home to Max H. Schultze's account in
the Mercantile national bank. This
method, he testified, resulted in giving
the subsidiaries banking credits and
enabled the United copper company to
pay $1,025,000 in dividends. Of the
dividend payments but $155,000 went to
the holders of United copper outside of
the Heinze family. The Heinzes and
their dummy holders, clerks in the em
ployment of the Heinzes, according to
;ierns!er, on receiving the dividend
checks, indorsed them back to Max H.
Schultze. who deposited them in the
Mercantile national bank to his ac
count.
The government this afternoon rested
its case with the usual reservation.
RiDER ON AN ENGINE
NEARLY ELECTROCUTED
[Special DUpclch to The Call]
STOCKTON'. May 6. — Harry Guy suf
fered a severe electric shock this aft
ernoon. He was standing on top of a
traction engine that was moving along
Joaquin street, and when near
South attempted to pass under a trol
ley wire. The wire struck him on the
back and he was knocked unconscious.
He was removed to the emergency
hospital and has a chance to recover.
/NDEX OF CLASSIFIED ADS
/.CCOrVTANTS — CEKT. PUBLIC... Col. 2, P. 19
APAH.TMENXB Col. 5, P. 18
•fITTORKEYS Col. 2, P. 19
AUTOMOBILES CoL 1, P. 19
BAR AXD STORE FIXTURES Col. 7, P. 18
EARBEES AND SUPPLIES Col. 2, P. 18
" " Col. 3, P. 18
BUTTONS A_T> PLEATING Col. 7, P. 18
BICYCLES AND SIO TOE. CYCLES. . . Col. 7, P. 18
BUSINESS CHANCES Col. 1, P. 19
BUSINESS COLUEGES Col. 1, P. 19
BUSINESS PERSONALS Col. 2, P. 19
CoL 3, P. 19
COLLECTION AGENCIES CoL 4, P. 18
CARPET CLEANING Col. 6, P. 1«
" " CoL 7, P. 18
COTTAGES TO LET Col. 6. P. 18
CLAIRVOYANTS Col. 3, P. 19
EENTTSTS Col. 2. P. 19
ERESS MAKING CoL 7, P. 18
EDUCATIONAL , Col. 2. P- »
__FLOY_ENT OFFICES Col. 4, P. 18
E_PLOY_ENT WANTED— -AXE.. .CoI. 2, P. 18
E—PLOY—ENT WANTED— F_oaI«. CoL 2, P. 18
lEMALE HELP WANTED Col. 8, P. 18
" v Col. 4. P. 18
FINANCIAL CoL 3, P. 1»
FLATS TO LET Col. 5, P. 18
\u2666• Col. 6, P. 18
rOE SALE— MISCELLANEOUS CoL 7, P. 18
FU_NTTU_E FOE SALE CoL 6, P. 18
rUENTTUEE WANTED -...CoL 6, P. 18
FEEIGHT FOEWAS.DING CoL 6, P. 18
GLASS WORKS Col. 1, P. 19
HOEEEB, WAGONS AND KAENESS. Col. 1, P. 19
MOTELS CoL 5, P. 18
KOUEES TO LET— Unfumuhed Col. 6, P. 18
HOUSES TO LET— Berkeley CoL 6, P. 18
' KVKSTjjEKTS CoL 3, P. 19
LODGING HOUSES FOE SALE Col. 1. P. 19
i.OST AND FOUND Col. 1, P. 18
C0L2,P.18
Y&IX ?H"P WANTED CoL 3, P. 18
MATEI-ONIAL Col. 2, P. 19
MEDICAL CoL 2, P. 19
MATERNITY HOMES CoL 2, P. 19
MEETINGS— LODGES CoL 2, P. 18
MEETINGS— LEGAL Col. 2, P. 18
_INES AND MINING... CoL 3, P. 19
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Col. 7, P. 18
KOXEY TO LOAN Col. 3, P. 19
" " CoL 4, P. 19
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Col. 7, P. 18
NOTAEY PUBLIC CoL 2, P. 19
rFFTCES AND 6TOEES TO LET CoL 6, P. 18
OAKLAND HOUSE K'F'G. ROOKS. ..Co!. 4. P. 18
?AL_IST_Y CoL 3. P. 19
PATENT ATTORNEYS Col. 2, P. 19
PHYSICIANS CoL 2, P. 19
PCPULAE REMEDIES CoL 2. P. 19
KFAX ESTATE— CITY CoL 4, P. 19
; " "-". " " CoL 5, P. 19
SF AL ESTATE— COUNTEY CoL 5, P. 19
:•*- " " ;.CoL6, P. 19
nT.KL ESTATE— OAKLAND Col. 7, P. 19
BE_L ESTATE— BERKELEY Col. 7, P. 19
REAL ESTATE— TO EXCHANGE... Col. 7. P. 19
EOO—S TO LET— FUE.-UNTUE.. CoL 4, P. 18
ROOMS TO LET— HOUSE KEEPING. Col. 4. P. 18
EOOMB AND BOAED OFFEEED...CoL 5, P. 18
HOOKS AND BO AED— Oakland Col. 5, P. 18
ECOKS AND BOARD— Berkeley. . -Col. 6. P. 18
SALESMEN _ SOLICITORS WNTED Col. 4, P. 18
SANirAEIUMS ..CoL 2, P. 19
SPI—ITUALISM. : CoL 3, P. 19
6EWINO MACHINES Ccl. 6 P. 18
ETOEAGE AND MOVING VANS CoL 6, P. 18
TITLES EESTOEED CoL 2 P 19
TRUSSES CoL 2, P. 19
TYPEWEITEEB AN3 SUPPLIES... Col. 7, P. 18
UNPAID WAGES COLLECTED Col. 4, P. 18
£ JLOS^T AAD FOUND
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG.— Advertise It]
bere. It will be returned to you if an honest j
person findb it. Remarkable recoveries are
brought about every day through this column.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING BRING IT
to The
i San Francisco Call <
Ji I.osi and Found Bureau . !
, Third and Market Streets \
Cet a claim check. Hare It adrertlaed.
Reclaim It If the owner does not.
THE LAW— People who find lost article*
are interested in knowing that the etate law
is strict In requiring tbem to seek tbe own-
er* throogn advertisements and otherwise,
end that failure to do so. If proof can be
ebown. Involves a severe penalty.
LOST— On April 24, between university at
Berkelcy'and Page and Webster streets, a dia-
mond sunburst. A liberal reward will be caid
fry C. J. AUGER. 118 Kearny ct.
LOST— A gold watch, with flenr de Us on' back,
with five diamonds, one ont; "i. L." on front
ca*e, picture in back. Retrsrn to 1151 Valencia
EW.apt- C. Liberal reward. ,
Jl -\u25a0 •• : ' •\u25a0%-'\u25a0'':
LOST AND FOUNDj— Con^lmied^^^
LOST— Thursday morning at telephone booth,
F.llon Gunst building, navy blue parasol, lapls-
lazull handle: reward. 3500 Clay, st. :
LOST— On Flllmore "st.. small ledger, with red
leather buck. Return to Bautn's Millinery.
1013 Fillmore ft., near Geary. '
LOST — Boston terrier Friday evening between
« nnd 7: return to 38 Devisadcro st. and re-
€-e!ve reward. .
LOST— At Haitfit and Scott ists.. amall purse
containing coin; reward. 1441 6tli nv., Sunset.
MEKTINGS—Lodgea
KING SOLOMON'S chapter No. '.».">. ''-JGjSKI
A. M.. 17:;:* FlHmore Bt.— Past Mas-gSjTrjfa
tor and Most Excellent Master <io '^Li^«
trees. :irnl nlso stat''(l meeting THIS ITSVjI
(SATURDAY* KVKNING at S fc>l{«
..Vl.M'k. HARRY KAi:U. Secretary. \jg__f
; ORIENTAL encampment No. 57. I. O. O.
F.— Regular meeting THIS <SATUR- *Sfir
DAY) EVENING, 1254 Market st.; JHi
patrian-lial degree; all patriarchs wel- 4iHtti
come. By order of J. C. NEWTON. C. P.
It. B. DOWNIE. U. S.
BIEETINfeS--I>rf gal
NOTICE of stockholder*' meeting of the Pacific
Barbers' Supply and Cutlery Company — Notice
is hereby piveu that in pursuance of a resolu-
tion and order of the board of directors of the
Pacific Barbers* Supply and Cutlery Company,
a corporation organized and existing under and
by virtue of the laws of tbe state of California,
adopted Bt n meeting of «aid board duly held
on the 10th day of April. 1910. at the office of
*aJd corporation in tbe city and county of San
Kranclscoj in the said state of California, a
meet ing of tbe stockholder's of said corporation
is hereby culled for and will be. held at the
office of said corporation at No. 1*62 Market
street in the city and county of San Francisco,
state of California isald place of meeting l>e-
ing at the principal place of business of said
corporation and at the building where the board
of directors usually meet), on Thursday, the
"Ofh <lay of Juno, IWO. «t 8 o'clock p. m. of
said day, for the purposp of considering and
acting upon tbe proposition to diminish the
<apit«l stock of said corporation from One
Hundred Thousand (100,<KK>) Dollars, divided
into Ten Thousand (10.0001 Share* of the par
value of Ten (10) Dollars each, to Fifty Thous-
and (50,000) Dollars, divided into Five Thous-
and (5.O00) Shares of the par value of Ten
(Id) Dollars each. Tbe h mount to which It is
proposed to diminish tbe capital stock is Fifty
Thousand <50.Q0<») Dollars. By order of the
board of directors. Dated April 29. 1910. —
F. W. NIGHTINGILL. secretary of the Pa-
cific Barbers' Supply and Cutlery Company.
AKKUAIi MKKTIXG.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS
• OF THB OLYMPIC SALT WATER CO.
Will tx» hold at tbe office of the company,
O<t Clay St.. San Francisco, on Monday, the
2:><l day of May. IUIO. at the hour of 11
o'clock a. vi.. for the purpose of electing a
l*»ard of directors trt serve for the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other J busi-
ness as may come lieforo the meeting.
Transfer books will close Friday, May 13,
1910, at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON. Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that tbe annual meet-
Ing of the society and board of trustees of the
Old People's Home will be held at the office of
the home, southwest corner of Pine and Pierce
streets. San Francisco, on Wednesday, May 11,
ISIO. at 2 p. _\u0084 for tbe purpose of electing a
board of managers and a board of trustees to
serve for the ensuing year and for the transac-
tion «f such other business as may come before
the meeting.
MRS. J. A. WATT. Secretary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Male
CH— UFFEDB, mechanic, wants position, private
family, city; guarantees to keep car out of
shops; no joyrider: honest, sober, absolutely re-
liable; no wouldbe: just your man for touring;
salary $100: satisfaction absolutely guaran-
teed; best city references. Box 370. Call.
CARPENTER, expert remodeler and finisher, can
show results, wants work by day or Job. Box
293. 110S Valencia st.
EXPERIENCED accountant desires permanent
I>osition in country town; fair salary accepted;
best reference. Address H. C. GAW, General
Df-livcry. San Francisco. Cal.
EXPERIENCED Japanese wants position as
wailer and house worker in private family;
answer by mail. <3. T. KATAOKA. 135!) Pine.
FIRST class gardener, with Al references. Is
ready for a steady position: good, steady, so-
lior, reliable man: understands all branches of
tli«? business; handy with tools: worked last
place 5 years. Address BEN/. LANGE, Dewey
bouse. 4th and Howard sts.
FOREMAN wanted on sewer work; must be a
hustler and get results. Address box 503,
Call office.
MIDDLE AGED, studious man wishes situation
as care taker. Box 504. Call office.
MIDDLK ageo man wants situation, restaurant
or hotel; t«ko cash and chance of dining
nvwa: all anuiud man; good references. Box!
519. Call office. j
MAN and wife want small fruit or poultry ranch
on salary or shares. Box 2i>o, 110S Valencia.
POSITION wanted — Man and wife, woman good
plain cook <>r second work, man e«>aohinan.
gardener, can milk and general all around
bandy man; uses neither liquor nor tobacco; i
have Al references; good wages expected;
city or country. Box 515, Call office.
SPANISH young man. can Rpeak English per-
fectly, wants situation as correspondent: also
can read and talk French, Italian and German;
would accept low wages. T. RUIZ, 513 Saint
I>cn!s hotel. Broadway, city.
SOBER, first class barber wants position In
Oakland or Berkeley. Box 4993. Call office,
Berkeley.
STEWARD, experienced. American, age 40,
wants position; competent to manage hotel or
restaurant: railroad references; bond if re-
quired. Box 346. Call office.
j YOUNG man and wife are looking for positions
in hotel or saloon, manager or bar tender;
good, reliable man. Address B. HUMPEL,
320 Duncan nt. -
YOUNG man. 22, desires clerical position In the
country: 5 years' practical experience. Box
2SO. Call office.
_JEM^J^'ME^^^^A^TJED--P>male_^
EXPERIENCED governess, who Is able to teach
Latin, German or French and music, desires
change. . Address College Woman, box 50(5,
Call office.
EXPERIENCED girl wishes situation at cooking
and general housework. Call or address 1574
Howard *t. near 12th.
GOOD woman wishes half day wash places. Box
279. 110S Valencia st.
GERMAN girl wants a position doing general
housework In private family. Call at 411S
16th st. near Eureka.
GOOD cook wishes a situation to cook for a
few growing persons; no children; country
preferred. 227 Minna Kt.
JAPANESE laundryman wantu position In city;
many years' experience. OGURI, 512 Cedar
ay. Phone Douglas 1222.
MIDDLE AGED German lady, good house keeper,
couk and baker, for small club, or man oq
ferns: country preferred. Call or address 1013
Sth aT., Oakland.
NEAT young woman desires situation in family,
$30; references. MISS DILLON. 113S Turk st.
RESPECTABLE widow. 30. good appearance, no
children, Canadian, wishes position as houte
keeper in a widower's home. MRS. E. PAT-
TERSON, box 6S, Vista Grande. Csl.
YOUNG lady desires a situation waiting on
table In hotel or boarding house. Call or ad-
dress MISS ERIXSON, 1574 Howard st.
near 12th.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS.
THE CHAIRS THAT LEAD THEM ALL.
Our 1910 model finished with a PORCELAIN
GLASS ENAMEL that is not on any other make
of chairs. This chair is started and completed
In our own factory and we do not purchase any
part of it from any other factory and receive
Imperfect goods.
Send for catalogue of this chair, which is sold
on easy i»stall_ent« of $5 per month. We fit up
shops complete on very low payments.
JAMES BARKER, INC.
Ph.one Franklin 3899. 94 Turk st.
EUGENE F. PANARIO. Mgc.
BARBERS— For BARGAINS in 'second hand re-
volving and reclining BARBER CHAIRS see
us at once. We must have the room. We are
selling these CHAIRS from 57.50 up.
DECKELMAN BROS., Inc.. Barber Supplies,
162-164 Turk *t., S. F.. Cal.
GOOD GOODS advertine themselves and you too.
USE an ADAMS or CLINTON'S HAIR BRUSH.
We have them in all STYLES and PRICES.
\u25a0 EDW. L. CORDY & CO., RELIABLE BAR-
BER SUPPLIES. OS Taylor st.
BARBER shop, 4 chairs, for sale at a sacrifice;
sickness cause of sale; good trade; long lease
and cheap rent; will sell for less than half
what furniture and fixtures cost. Address box
4200. Call office. Oakland.
FOR sale— Thoroughly up to date 5 chair barber
shop, doing good business; good lease; easy
rent; fine location in bay city; highly recom-
mended. STOLZ'S, 731 Market at., San Fran-
cisco. ..-'. .
EVERY ONE cries hard times but SEELY— he's
buny. Cbairn from. s3 to $S3; credit with non-
forfeiture lease; buys everything in the barber
Hne. 394 Hayes st. Phones I'ark 5584, M-3942.
BARBER shops, city or country, bought, sold or
exchanged; $125 to $5,000. COLEMAN & CO.
Business Brokers, room 204. S3O Market si.
2 CHAIR shop for Bale on account of sickness-
price ,$175. Cth and University ay.. West
Berkeley; pbone Berkeley 510.
WANTED— A good barber every afternoon and
• all day Saturday; steady Job. . 5528 Telegraph
ay. near 55th st., Oakland.' \u25a0
BARBER wanted, with year and a half experi-.
ence ; Finu preferred. Box 10, Fort Brags, CaL
THE SAy FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY,' ;--MAY 7, 1910
WE put up the best Talcum ~ powder on the
coast; try It. At BAUER'S. 1554 Ellis st.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary, W. BARO.N. ,775 Mkt.; phone Kny. 5354.
FOR rent — Nice barber shop, furnished; good
opening. Occidental Hotel, Hayward. Cal.
WANTED— By a barber, steady place In first
class shop." Address box 371, Call office.
BARBER Saturday and Sunday. 330 3d st.
BARIiER wanted; extra. 2992 Adeline St.,
Ashby ay. station, • Berkeley. '
BARBER wanted. 201 Market st. |__
BOOTBLACK wanted at ISO 3 Post st.
FOR sale — 2 chair barber shop; price $160. Call
at saloon, 1400 Folsom st.
SNAP — 3 chair barber shop for sale; owner leav-
ing city. 1785 Mission Bt. .
FIRST class barber wanted; bring tools. 394
. 17th St., corner Market. '
PORTER wanted for barber shop. Call at 4094
18th st. near Castro.
BARBER wanted for Saturday; $3 guarantee.
710 Golden Gate ay. .
WANTED — Barber for Saturday and . Sunday.
1004 Harrison st.
PORTER, colored preferred, Hamllo hotel barber
shop. 335 Eddy st. p-'"?'\u25a0:p -'"?'\u25a0: -
PORTER, colored,' wanted. Barber shop, 22d
and Grove, Oakland.
BARBER wanted for Saturday; 10c shop. 460
Bth St.. Oakland.
BARBER wanted for Saturday. 2807 24th Bt.
near York.
WANTED — Barber for Saturday and Sunday, $7.
.492 6th »t. -
BARBER wanted Saturday. Apply at 008 Va-
lencia st. ' ' ' • \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
BARBER wanted steady, 506 Sth St., Oakland.
Call today. -
WANTED— Barber for Saturday. 18% Steu-
art st. .
BARBER wanted, from 12. ti1l 10. 1108 Harri-
son st. - \u25a0 -
GOOD barber for Saturday and Sunday. \ 591
Hayes st.
BARBER wanted for Saturday. 414 7th St.,
Oakland. , _ ' .
THREE chair shop for sale. 5537 San Pablo ay.,
Oakland.
MALE HELP WANTED \u25a0
ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkin st.— All round baker, $60;
vcgetableinan, $40; 4 dish washers, country
hotels and resorts, $30-$35; reliable delivery
•wagon driver, French preferred, $35, board;
bus boy, $35; choreman. private place, German
or Scandinavian. $30; farm hands. $30, etc.
WANTED — Men to sell watches and Jewelry on
the installment plan; only men who will do
straight canvassing need apply; liberal com-
mission or salary; references must be gilt edge.
Apply 704 Market st.. room 612.
WE want a few live, responsible men and women
as deputies for Fraternal Order Mountaineers
in cities and towns around tfce bay; we have
tbe best proposition on the coast. Call or
address F. O. M.. room 52, Bacon block, Oak-
land, Cal.
MEN and women, get in right; learn a profitable
business; always great demand for barbers;
learn under the new Moler system and learn
. right; expert Instructors: we gnar. to teach
you in 8 weeks. MOLER COLLEGE. 234 3d st.
WANTED — Man and wife who understand bak-
ing pastry for retail grocery; will furnish
ovens and space; on percentage; fine chance
for right party. Box 4207, Call office. Oak-
land. \u25a0_ -
MEN wanted quickly by big Chicago mall order
house to distribute catalogues, advertise; $21
weekly; $50 expense allowance. GLOBE AS-
SOQIATIOX. 1240 State St.. Chicago.
LABORERS and mechanics to know that Edward
Uolkin has reduced the rooms at the Denver
liouse, 3d and Howard sts.. to 35c per day; $2
week: hot and cold water In every room.
BRIGHT yoang man to take junior position in
large business office: good chances for advance-
ment; state age and schooling; salary $30 per
month. Box 502, Call office.
GOVERNMENT employes wanted— Write for
San Francisco examination schedule: prepara-
tion free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, dept.
170, Rochester. N. Y.
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. .
NIGHT PORTER
WHITE PALACE HOTEL, llth and Market sts.
WANTED—- Steady man sutl^fiod with $90 to $100!
per month: light, plain work: short hours; $125
cash required. Call 96G Market st., room 7.
WANTED — Handy man In second hand furniture
sti.re with $250 for half interest. Call today,
7h7 Market *t., room 132.
WANTED— Men for railroad office work; salary
$75 to $100. Appl? S. P. Telegraph and
Shorthand School, 627 J st.. Sacramento, Cal.
YOUNG man to work in a candy store: good
wage*. See proprietor at 1596 Slitter st. cor-
ner Webster.
WANTED — (100 men to occupy rooms, 20c to 30c
per night (free bath), at the NEW YORK. 753
Howard st. between 3d and 4th.
WANTED — An experienced pentß' furnishing
salesman. Apply HALE BROS., Inc., llth
and Washington sts., Oakland.
WANTKD— EXPERIENCED TOBACCO SALES-
MAN: MUST HAVE GOOD REFERENCES.
BOX 521. CALL: OFFICE.
FOREMAN wanted on sewer construction; must
be practical and a hustler. Address box 503,
Call office.
WANTED — Experienced floor walker. Apply
HALE BROS., Inc., llth and Washington sts.,
Oakland.
DRUG clerk, competent to manage a store. Ap-
ply, with references, JACKSON BROS., Oak-
land.
CLERK to figure and make reports: contract
desk, dried fruit house. Box 520. Call office.
NEW WESTERN, 1124 Howard— Single rooms,
15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water. .
MEN to learn barber trade, entirely free; time
unlimited. Pac. Barber College, 670 Washlngt'n
MEN wanted at 103 3d st. to have their shoes
repaired; sewed soles 75c, done In 10 minutes.
MEN wanted to take rooms for 25c per night up
at the St. George, 391 sth 6t. cor. Harrison.
BUSHELMAN wanted; steady position. PAU-
SON & CO., 200 Kearny st.
FIRST class bnsbelman wanted. Apply BROWN
BROS. & CO., 664 Market st.
WANTED — Boys and men. Illinois Pacific Glass
Co.. 15th :>nc] Folsom sts.
YOUNG women between the ages of 17 and 25,
of fair education, neat appearance and un-
questionable character, wanted to study tele-
phone operating as a profession; a liberal sal-
ary is paid new operators while in training at
the operating school , of . the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Company, and upon graduation
they are given permanent \u25a0 positions at the
switchboards, with opportunities for promotion.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
provides light and well ventilated operating
rooms, pleasant rest and lunch. rooms and takea
a personal interest In the welfare of the. young
women In Its employ.
Competent operators' furnished to provide
branch exchange subscribers.
For full particulars call, preferably between
8:30 a. m. and 12 m.; at operating , school,
telephone office, 2015 Stelner st.
A— 6 WAITRESSES for first class hotel at a
mountain resort, $25, half rates; experienced
girl for candy store, country; second- girl,
Menlo Park. $30; second girl, Oakland. $30;
cook, German family, $50; chamber, maid and
seamstress, $30; .4 waitresses for country ho-
tels. $25 each; kitchen maid, small institu-
tion; German kitchen maid,- small institution,
$30, room and board. MISS PLUNKETT'S,
1R96 Sutter st.
AT MME. ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkin St.— Cook for
institution, $60; waitress, same place, $25;
maid and seamstress, $35; French nurse, $30;
French girl, housework, 2 In family. $30;
German or French cook, $40 to $45; Freuch
nursery governess, $30; girls , for housework,
$25, $30 and $35. , .•
OAKLAND. .
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE LEARNING.
LEVI • STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVIS.
LEARN hair dressing at CALIF.- COLLEGE OF
HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Culture; day
and night school: individual- instructions; form-
'ulaa given. 967VS Market st. bet. sth and 6th.
WANTED — Ladies to learn hair- dressing; ' com-
plete course. $25; bring this ad and getmani-
curing outfit free with 'lessons. / Up to Date
Parlors. 1750 Flllmore st.; estab. 15 years.
WANTED— Cash girls, 14 to 16 years of age,
with school certificate: Apply supt.'s' office
from 9 to 11 a. m.. HALE BROS.; Inc.. Mar-
- ket and 6th sts., city. ;.- / . '
WANTED — Young women i to train as' nurses,' be-
tween ages , of 20 and 30, of : good education,
neat appearance. \u25a0 Box 3995, Call office, -Oak-
land. ."'... -•\u25a0 /. -. .- '•.";, ,-:\ ;,'\u25a0;\u25a0..-',\u25a0 \u25a0, .:\u25a0;:';'\u25a0
1 SPECIAL rates— Learn hair dressing, manicuring,'
;'•' hair wk.; only system in;3.'Wks. ;:posl.j walt-
Ing. MILDRED hair, store,;. 1475 ; Halght gt.
.WANTED — 30 extra girls for production' of "The
Agitator." .-.- Apply v—ls. morning. -at 10:30
o'clock at Orpheum '. stage 1 door. \u25a0.'.;'
LEARN, hair dressing.' 1 manicuring,' hair" working,
etc.; easy terms. The New Mildred Hair 'Par- -
lors,-- 130 Geary, gt. ; \u0084;'•\u25a0 •-'.-."- .-•\u25a0/-:\u25a0 y \u25a0\u25a0• .
WANTED — Woman 1 to do light housework .'and '
light . cooklng;;to sleep ;;at" r home.-: Call; 34S
, - Scott ' st. between l and 4 p. ' m.' \u25a0.7
FEMALE HELP WAXTED— Continued
WANTED— Experienced skirt alteration hands.
: Apply HALE BROS.', INC., llth and Washing-
ton sts., Oakland. ' : v . : '
MIDDLE AGED woman, general' housework;
hours 8 to JO, 3 to 5. Hebrew orphauage. 600
Devlsadcro st. \u25a0 " '.;;
BOOK KEEPER and stenographer; answer in
own hand and state: salary wanted. Box 50S,
.Call office.'. .. \u25a0 . . -» \u25a0 •• , .
WANTED — Experienced Jacket bands. Apply
HALE BROS.. INC., llth and Washington sts.;
Oakland. .
WANTKD— Young woman- ns weeond e»ok for
Institution ; wages $35. Call £1590 Bmadway.
WANTED— Young woman \ as^ kitchen helper; !
wages $2.~i.v: Call 1590 Broadway.
GIRL. to assist in general housework; call after-
noon. \u25a0';. 2100 • Lyon st. . cor. Washington. ; \u25a0 :
GIRLS wanted to wrap chewing gum. NEWTON
GUM CO.. 717 Battery st. ..
West 3538. Phone: Home 5344*4.
\u25a0ASIA.' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Contractor and Interpreter. Help furnished.
1623 Buchanan. - S. 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 of-
flce in city, T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Laguna st.
HORI CO., 1748 SUTTER ST.: PHONE WEST
2803 — Best Japanese-Chinese help promptly fur-
nlshed; open day and night. Home pbone 52803.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI, Japanese-Chinese Emp.
Co. ; best help with care and guar. 1513 Geary
st. ; phone West 5688, Home S4OSS.
H. W. HONG, Chinese employment office. RO5
Webster St., Oakland; phones Pekin 25. A 3725.
WOMEN'S employment bureau, 262 Pacific bldg.
— First class female help supplied. Sutter 093.
STAR emp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA, 1608 Geary; tel. West 167, S49OS.
-N~~wAjKTi^2^o^^
WANTED — Men quick to learn; no expense for
instruction; learn a trade lv months Instead of
years; automobiles, electricity, plumbing, brick
laying; actual contract work; 200 students last
year; catalogue free. United Trade School
Contracting Co., 1623 Market st.
SALES MEN AXD
SALESMEN wanted — No experience required;
hundreds of positions open paying $100 to $500
monthly; our free book, "A Knight of the
Grip," will show you how to get one of them;
write (or call) for It today. Address National
Salesmen's Training Assn., 1019 Metropolis
Bank bldg.. San Francisco; branches New York.
Chicago. Kansas City. Minneapolis, Atlanta.
\u25a0 . _ '
AGENTS— A book that will sell to every fam-
ily with children;^ money maker for you; $10
to $20 a day. Call or address F. PERSON, 60S
Mills building.
COLLECTIOX AGEXCIES
DOES any one owe you? We make collections
everywhere on percentage. DEAN & CO., 052
Pacific bldg., 4th and Market sts., S. F.
EXPERT collec; prompt remit.; loans negot. G.
E. M. Co.. QfiO Pacific bid;;.. S. F. Ph. Sut. 540.
. UXPAID WAGES COLLECTED
KNOX, 443 Pine — Suits, liens, attachments, time
checks yasbed; debts collected everywhere.
BLIVEN, 855 Broadway, Oakland— Wages, notes,
accounts t-ollected everywhere.
__^_JBILLS AXD COLLECTIONS
BAD DEBT COLLECTING our specialty; try us.
INTERSTATE, 615 Pacific bldg., 4th and Mkt.
ALL bills, notes and wages promptly collected
everywhere. Fred J. Schmidt. Markct-Noo-lSth.
RENT THAT VACANT ROOM
A small want ad in The Call will do it quicker
than a dozen signs plastered on your windows
and which spoil the looks of your home be-
sides. Pbone Kearny SO for an ad man to call
and see you.
_JR I OOM.g^ TO LET — Fur, and Unfur.
A COZY home for respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Sth, 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. •
CHANNING way. 2G32. Berk. — Front suite pleasT
ant rooms; fine location; modern; priv. home.
DEWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard— All modern
conveniences; .200 rooms. 35c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
DOMO directory does room hunting for particular
people. Inquire 1 1 to 2, 822 Crocker building.
FULTON st. 6.'i:>— Single and house keeping
rooms; nicely furni.sbed: very reasonable.
.HOWARD st., 2811— Sunny furnished room ;
reasonable: board optional.
HOTEL NEW ORLEANS
. 705 BROADWAY. COR. STOCKTON.
MCALLISTER st., 804 — Furnished sunny base-
ment rooms; 3; for family; running water;
reasonable.
NEVADA HOTEL. 825 Van Ness ay. nr. Eddy—
Hot and cold water; electric lights: 50c to $1
per day; $2 to $5 per week: transient.
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.
PAGE st.. 576. near Fillmore — Large, sunny,
comfortable room; bath and telephone; $8 mo.
PAGE st., 194— Nicely furnished single room;
running water, bath and gas; reasonable.
SUTTER, 2065— Nicely furn.. sunny rooms, suit-
able 2 or 4 gents.; $2.50 wk. up; hath, phone.
SUNNY front room. " large closet, for gentlPtnan;
, reasonable. Phone Market 29<i,".
ST. ANDREW'S, SE. cor. Polk and Jackson sts.
Large front, sunny, furnished rooms.
TURK st., 1627 — Two sunny rooms; single or
double; bath, gas, phone;, board If desired.
VAN NESS ay., 719, nr. Turk St.— Sunny room,
. water; suitable for lady or gentleman; $3 wk.
WEBSTER St., 959, cor. G. G. ay. — Changed
bands; ontside rms. ; also bkpg. rms.; reas.
MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta-
tioner. 3011 10th st. . .
YOUNG man would like room In Protestant
family, where he can feel at home; must be
reasonable. E. ALLEN. Montlcello S. S: Co.
jOAJKLAjVp^RjOOJVIS — Fur. and Unfur.
VERNAL ay.. 321, Piedrabnt— 3 sunny rooms,
\u25a0\u25a0 newly furnished, light house keeping.
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
AA— 3 sunny rooms with carpets; will partly
furnish; corner flat; separate toilet; rent $20.
1705 O'Farrell st. corner Fillmore.
A A—l3thA — 13th st, 36, between Folsom and Harrison;
nice sunny front furnished rooms to let; also
conuected rooms for house keeping; cheap.
BUCHANAN st. near Sutter — Pleasant home for
Christian Science lady; private family. Phone
West 6350; mornings.
CALIFORNIA St., 1361, near Hyde— Kitchen
and living room, furnished ; bath ; $15.
CLEAN house keepiug rooms, $2 a week up; new,
flat: bath, laundry. 1159 Turk st. nr. Laguna.
ELLIS st., 1177 — Newly furnished 2 front rooms,
complete for house keeping; $12 month; bath,
phone. . .: \u0084 . _. :.--•- ..
HAVES, 969, near Fillmore— lf looking for bar-
jralns In light, clean rooms, see ours; 10 min-
utes to 3d and Market.
HERMANN st., 630, near Fillmore— 2 con. fur.
hi-kpg. rooms In family of 2; modern; $10.
OCTAVIA st.,. 1410— Nicely furnished sunny
. house keeping rms.; rates reas.; select location.
OCTAVIA, 1563, cor. Sutter— Front suite; sunny
attic rms.-. furn.; rent reas.; bath, tel; : free.
OCTAVIA gt., 513— Corner suite, 3 connecting
rooms; .real kitchen; $25; large alcove, $14
and $12; gas \u25a0> and bath. . \u25a0 .'.: •\u25a0; .- .'., ..
OAK St., 700. 1 door from Fillmore— 2 front par-
lor suites, 2 or 4 rooms; phone, bath; laundry
v ' free.-; ; : - : : \u0084 \u25a0\u25a0 -. \u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0...-...-.'.--\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0
PINE' St., 1720 — House rooms, single
;'-- and en suite, $8, $10; and $14. .
ROYAL, 311 -Van: Ness, ; cor; Grove — Furnished,
sunny suites, $20; single.- rooms.: $2.50 to $3 per
week; gas, running water; and phoneJ
SUTTER, 2005 — Nicely, furn.7; sunny, front rms.,
\u25a0 light house keeping; Teas. ;\u25a0 bath and phone.
SUTTER st., 1732— Sunny front room, running
water in kitchen, $3 per week. T :
SCOTT, 1605 — Rooms complete - for ' house keep-
;-i Ing; free bath, laundry and beautiful grounds.
STH st... 365— House * keepings and f single rooms,
.with or without, board; reasonable.
19TH:st., 4102%; near Castro— 2 • large, sunny
. j rooms, furnished, ,: for $12. „ ; \ : ;.
POST Bt.,* HSI-^Large sunny room, > bath, phone;
v t sultable for lady or gentleman ; ' $12. , ,
JAN^NESS imyj. _ 19< , nr jTurk 1 B t.— Sunny , room,
ouffet kitchen ; J every,' convenience ; * reasonable.-
4TH st., 504. corner Bryant^-$4.50 ; \ Nlcp. sunny.
\u25a0'.:• hay winnow suite, furnished for : house koppin'g.
OAKLAND HOUSE ROOMS
SMALL ! suite, | also single '*' room 1 for"; light 1 house
keepiug; use.;. of laundry., yard; - reasonable.
Flume Oakland 9287, 1317 Alice st.-i. v -v -.\u25a0• .••;«,\u25a0>•?,
' ROOMS AXD BOARD OFFERED '.
AAA— THK.WEMFE.,4I9 Oak St.— Large, sunny
rooms; unexcelled board. Phone Park 5092.
CALIFORNIA st.. 2517— Apartment No. 6, couple
' ' would rent back \u25a0\u25a0: parlor to \u25a0 one or two gentle-
men ; everything first . class. .'
FELL St., \u25a0 S4s— Elegantly furnished room, with
board: private: Southern family; good neigh-
; borhood. ' - '\u0084 '
FRONT room . and board- for 2 gentlemen. '49
• Lapldge st.; reasonable;; phone. Market 2694. 1
FURNISHED room for 2 gentlemen. 106U
Halght st. . . .-..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,. •-..--. "
NEWLY furnished room ; hot and cold running
water; sun all day: select neighborhood; board
optional.' 1631 Larkin st. \u25a0 -'\u25a0
NICE, large sunny rooms, with or without board;
reasonable.- 1130 Stanyan st.
PINE, 2354— Front suite, jor single; .running
water, batb* phone; no sign; $25 up.
PACIFIC ay., 1716— Beautiful sunny front room,
* suitable for 2 or 3; also single room; excellent
board; references.
ROOM and board: suitable for 1 or 2; call and
see me. 958 Ellis'st.*. \u25a0
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory, Central ay. and
Waller St., San. Francisco — A beautiful home,
where old ladies, 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.
OAKLAyD ROOMS AXD BOARD
OAK st... 1067, cor. 12th, Oakland— Strictly first
class board and rooms; convenient to trains;
references. ' \u25a0 \u25a0 -
FURNISHED rooms in a refined private 'family;
beautiful grounds and surroundings; board
" optional; near station; references. 2222 Shat-
tuck ay. • . .
HAWTHORNE Villa, 2540 College ay.— Sunny
rins.. with board, for couple; also single room.
CHILD or schoolboy to board in refined family;
good care. Address box 516, Call office.
HOTELS
HERBERT'S BACHELOR HOTEL
CENTER OF SAN FRANCISCO
MODERN EQUIPMENT
ROOMS FOR MEN
$20 AND UP
157-159 POWELL ST.
WELLINGTON Hotel, Jones and Geary sts. — 120
rooms, all outside, all sunny; 75 baths, ' hot
and cold water; steam heat in every . room ;
elec; priv. ex. day and night service; room
and bath, $1 day, $5 wk. up; with detached
bath, 75c 'day, $3.50 wk. ; close to everything.
BROOKLYN hotel. 369 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; best
meal in city, 25c; free bus. Chas. Montgomery.
HOTEL ARGONAUT, 4th and Market sts.— Fam-
ily and commercial hotel; room with detached
bath, $1 -per day; rooms with private bath,
$1.50 per day; restaurant attached; moderate
prices; free bus meets all trains and st'mships.
SEATTLE HOTEL, 37 6TH ST., "
OPEN for business. -Nicely furn. sunny rooms;
hot nnd, cold water. TRANSIENT a specialty.
HOTEL WINTON. 445 O'Farrell st.— Rooms
$3.50 wot'k up: special monthly rates.
_^ APARTMENTS
A quaint design without; luxurious, modern within
CASA MADRONA.
Distinctive as it is. the only apartment house
built around a jjayly flowered Spanish patio; fur-
nished and unfurnished.
5 LARGE ROOMS,
Elegantly appointed; complete In equipment; per-
fect In service; environed by beautiful homes;
steam heat; rents $50 to $100. 110 Frederick St.;
Hayes car passes door; phone I'ark 509.
CUISMORE APARTMENTS
SE. COR. BUSH AND JONES STS.
1-2-3 and 4 room apts., bright and sunny; with-
in 5 minutes' walk of business, theater or
cafe: hot water, steam heat, dressing rooms,
dumb waiter, elevator, private ex. Class A
bldg. Apts. furnished and unfurnished. Open
dally from 11 to 3. READY MAY 1.
* WESTGATE APTS., 1326 HYDE ST.
Five and 6 rooms and very modern; polished
floors, hot water, etc.' For particulars, M.
SHEFTEL, 2055 Bush St. 1 Phone West 4403.
APARTMENTS under new management, 315 Sth
st. — Nevrly arranged apartment; first class ex-
cept the price; walking distance; 3 blocks from
Emporium; electric lights, running waters free
baths, phonp and Janitor service; 2 rooms fully
furnished for house keeping. S4 per week and
up; 1 room, $2.50 and up; bedrooms, $1.50 wk.
up; will move baggage in free of charge.
AAAA— CLINTON APARTMENTS. :~~: ~~ "
1400 JONES ST. COX. WASHINGTON.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUNNY FOUR AND
FIVE ROOMS: MARINN VIEW; NEAR FAIR-
MONT HOTEL; JANITOR SERVICE; EVERY
CONVENIENCE. PHONE FRANKLIN' 3443.
AAA— THE GLADSTONE APTS., 706 Polk st.
corner Eddy — Elegant, sunny house keeping
apartments; 1 room, $15 per month; 2 rooms,
$25 per month; 3 rooms, $35; electric lights,
. janitor service, hot baths. Phone Franklin 2048.
AN unfurnished large 3 room apartment, 2 wall
beds, bath, toilet, gas range, 4 large closets;
telephone; sunny; very attractive and select;
$35. NOB HILL apartments, 1234 Jones st.
near Sacramento. , . \u25a0
AA— ST. CHARLES APTS., 1474 Sacramento, at
Hyde — One room, housekeeping privileges; also
.cozy 3 rooms and bath; all modern conven-
iences; hot water always; superior service.
LUXDV AITS., Stanyan st. at Frederick — The
most complete in the city; hot and cold water,
electric light, baths, elevator service. Janitor
\u25a0 service; every room In house light: rents reas.
AA— SANTA BARBARA APARTMENTS,
2201 California at Buchanan.
5 room apartments, elegantly furnished; steam
heat; hot water; automatic elevator.
AA— VAN, 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.
AAAA— THE ARDOISE APARTMENTS,
COR. PINE AND GOUGH— SUNNY FURN.
AND UNFURN. APTS.; NEW MANAGE-
MENT.
RENSSELAER Apartments. 1037 Sacramento
st.; 4 and 5 rooms; rent reasonable. KANE &\u25a0
CO.. 215 Montgomery st.
AAA— Stanford (The), 315 Van Ness— l and 2
rooms, light hskpg.; 1 rm., $3.50; 2 rms., $5
week. up; tourist trade. 50c to $1.50 day.
DUNDEE APTS., 736 Stanyan opp. G. G. park—
Excellently furnished apt., 4, rms., bath, pass
closet, laundry; large; sunny; all cony.; reas.
TWO and 3 apts.; 2 elegant double beds; hotel
service; lights, linen, soap, ; etc.. free; as low
as $45. Kills Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Jones.
A— YERBA BUENA apts., 1114 Sutter st. near
Larkin; elegantly furn. suites. 2-3 rms., bath.
EUREKA apts. 1 . Mkt. and 17th sts.— Beaiitiful 3
and 4 rm. apts.; phone; Janitor service; sunny.
ADELINE apts.. 640 Eddy st.— 2. 3 and 4 room
apts. ; hotel service; priv. exeb.; most modern.
COLUMBUS APTS., NE. cor Pac. and Larkin— 3
and 4 room apartments: unfurn.; $20. $22. $24.
Hotels, Apt. Houses for Sale and Rent
ELEGANT FAMILY HOT^L^OR^L^ASeTfU-^
NISHED; FIREPROOF; MODERN; CENTRAL-
LY LOCATED; MONEY MAKER; OVER 150
ROOMS.
LIVE COUNTRY TOWN NEEDS HOTEL-
MAN WITH $7,000; BEST INDUCEMENT TO
RIGHT PARTY: QUICK ACTION.
IRVIN C. KEELER.
718 Pacific bldg. Douglas 2197; Home J2510.
! ; ______ ' "\u25a0' "-
1433 CLAY STREET.
ELEGANT. ARTISTIC APARTMENT- FLATS. 4
AND 5 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. JUST COM-
PLETED; LOCATION. VIEW. ARRANGE-
MENT AND FINISH r EXCELLENT; NOW
READY FOR OCCUPANCY; RENT REASON-
ABLE; INSPECT AND CONVINCE YOUR-
SELF OF THEIR DESIRABILITY.
LOOK ! > LOOK ! JUST VACATED. •
A" beautiful, 7 room, sunny,. upper flat, marine
view; opposite Golden Gate park; must be seen
to be apprt-clated: owner there in afternoons and
all day. Sunday; key in lower flat. 2300 Fulton.
•:. -•-..-\u25a0. -. , ,-\u25a0\u25a0•. ; A SNAP. ...' ~~ ': ~~~
, "Modern 7 room flat to "let; new floor coverings
for sale, nnd part or whole of furniture. Apply
360 ' Baker" st. near Hayes. -
23D St., ,4175, near Castro — Upper. 7 elegant,
•large rooms, ; reception hall: modern; pleuty
of sunshine and light; only $24, one « month
free; "worth $35. .. • \u25a0 . .^
SANCHEZ AND ELIZABETH sts— Very reason-
\u25a0 able, £ swell, - new, upper,, suuuy corner, bay
. window,. s room and bath flat; cheap to right
\u25a0.party. - •\u25a0 \. . : . : ;r \u25a0; :.,,: : \u25a0_ . ...
SUTTER, ; 2597— Elegant modern sunny cor. flat;
.7 rooms, reception hall; rent , reasonable.
FOLSOM St.. 1 90S, near 15th — t modern, clean
• flats, 4 rooms "and -bath; upper, middle lower-
V reut $15. $10. $17. ,;. .*. * .';..\u25a0 :'. \u25a0 .- - '
APARTMENT FLATS, 4 rooms. $23; overlooking
: ' G.G:. park; -nearly new; on car: line. 2273
""•\u25a0Hayes Bt.;.. \u25a0:« A-/ r-t»:-' '\u25a0£;'>\u25a0. -.-' \u25a0;,:\u25a0\u25a0:"' \\-.V.
TAYLOR St., 1310,' near 'Washington— New, mld-
\u25a0;.:'. die. 7 ,rooms;-up :to date; : marine view;' low
,-• rent.'.*, ?. \u25a0_ .. \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0••. . \ - •\u25a0; ~\ ' \u25a0 \u25a0:\u25a0 : \u25a0- - - \u25a0.. - -
EUCLID' ay., 201 — t •• room •: apartment flat; In
-. :•• beautiful 'Jordan Park; light. and sunny; large
:: lawn. : .; \u0084 ;\u25a0 , _ ;,\u25a0_; > \u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0•..-... ;
WEBSTER : Rt.. :; 12U— Sunny \u25a0 corner, modern flat
i-tojlet:-7.ruonis : and. bath; rt:ut. reasonable.
" VALENCIA.; st.',\ 144fi~-5) room - new j modern ' flats;
\u25a0/.: marble ;• steps ;\u25a0: ccal grate; < owr tear;:t car; : $23.50. ,
FLATS TO LET— Continued
TWO modern sunny flats of 7 and 8 rooms each;
rent $30, $35. Apply 351 Devlsadero. cor. Oak.
MIDDLE St., 1, near Pine and Fillniore — Sonny,
: modern flat of 3 rooms, yard and basement.
DOLORES st.. sr>7 — Modern 0 room flat opposite
Mission park; with, or without garage.
SANCHEZ st.. 23] near Market— Lower cozy
flat. 5 rooms and bath; rent $20.
ZOE St., 49, off Bryant between 3d and 4th—
New, sunny; 4 rooms and bath.
MISSION st.. 3214 — 6 sunny rooms and bath;
modern; $25; 15 days' rent free. \u25a0
WILLOW av.T 072. near Ellis and Buchanan — I
rooms and bath; rent $14.50. ;
COLLINGWOOD st.. 237. near 19th and Castro— \u25a0
4 rooms and bath; rent $16.
6 ROOMS, bath; sunny back yard; large base-
ment. Owner. 2134 Pine st.
19TH st., 4014, corner Noe^ — Sunny, lower; 4
rooms; modern; $20.
MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta-
tioner, 3011 16th st. .
NEW. 4 room flat; rent reasonable. Apply at
IS2SA Sutter st. - '\u25a0
FLATS TO LET— Fnrnlahf d
GERMANIA ay.. 103— Furnished lower flat of 5
rooms, bath: rent $15.. Call 103 A Oermania.
FLATS FOR SALE — Furnished
RESIDENTIAL neighborhood; coziest 4 room apt.
flat in city; mission interior; dining room and
living room furnished in fumed oak; oriental
designed rugs; bedroom, birdseye maple;
brass bed. body Brussels rug. etc.; furniture
In use one month; $75 paid on same; balance,
terms if desired. Apply
HARRY J. MOORE FURNITURE- CO..
40-52 O'Farrell st. near Market.
_ HOUSES TO LET— Fnrnlahgd
CALIFORNIA st.. 3010—0 rooms, furnished:
sunny and bright; handsome yards; cheap
rent. j904 Devlsadero st.
CALIFORNIA. 2017— Residence. 0 r.. furnace, all
modern improvements: fine view: low rent.
Unfnrnliihed_^
SANCHEZ st., 57, near Duboce park — Modern 10
rooms; also 5 room basement; rent lowered.
HOUSE to rent. 8 rooms, bath, laundry and yard.
3B Fair Oak st.
£ HOUSES WAXTED
WANTED— To rent for June. July and August,
6 or 7 room furnished bungalow or cottage,
with barn or garage, within an hour of the
city; give foil particulars. Box 510,-Cali office.
FURNISHED HOUSES WAXTED
WANTED— From August, for 10 months, a nicely
i furnished residence in Pacific or Presidio
heights, containing at least 6 bedrooms, baths
and servants' rooms; must be modern in every
respect: no agents. Address box 4546. Call.
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
$22.50 per mo. — Modern, sunny. large 6 rooms
and bath flat: 1723 Alcatraz ay., Berkeley: 1
block from Lor in station. Key Route, and
S. P. trains; key downstairs. We will pay
moving expenses to a good, steady tenant.
We own several other nice places, which
we will rent on the same terms and condi-
tions if this does not suit. ATHENS REALTY
COMPANY. 420 llth St.. Oakland.
OAJ<Lj^ND^IO^SE^TO^iEjr--3^i»fnrn.
FOR RENT. IN EAST OAKLAND.
Close in; 10 minutes from Broadway: in fine
residence district; close to churches, car lines
and schools:
$20 — Upper 7 room flat, in nice order.
S25 — Very nice, 6 room cottage; 3 bedrooms.
$35 — Fine, 10 room house; fruit and flowers.
B. H. WELCH & CO..
stn ay. and East ISth st.
FOR rent — From May 15 to September 15. or for
longer term If desired, a handsomely fur-
nished home, absolutely modern and coin-
\u25a0 pletp in all details, in the choicest section of
" Linda Vista tract, Oakland: eight rooms and
two bathrooms; rent $100 per month. Address
communications 672 Walsworth ay., Oakland.
Telephone Piedmont 2543:
7 ROOM furnished house from June 1 for sum-
• mer months: large garden, cared for; reason-
able. 1710 Santa Clara avenue near Grand st. ;
Douglas 913.
NICELY furnished 6 room house, with piano.
734 C2d St., Oakland.
BERKELEY HOUSES I TO ' JLET— Unfnr.
NEW, 7 very large room house, all modern Im-
provements : electric bells: near Dwlght way.
Berkeley; only $25 month. DE KAY. 2505
Shattuck .ay.
FOR rent — May 20, for summer, 5 room house,
comfortably furnished, near Ashby station;
rent reasonable. Rot 3-S3. Call office.
BERKELEY HOUSES TO LET— Fnr.
FOR June and July. 5 room cottage, completely
furnished: Tery sunny; terms reasonable. Ad-
dress 2551 Beiivenne: telephone Berkeley 4303.
-P_ I -:- T _ _ OF T.Qyy. J? OI J SES - T Q -^TTr*'"'.
NEAT, furnished bungalow of f> rooms and batb
and all modern conveniences, in suburban town
45 minutes south of Sa» Francisco; for rent
for two months. June and July. Box 505. Call.
FOR rent for the summer: very reasonable If
taken within a few days; 5 room cottage,
nicely furnished: larce lot: oak trees, flowers,
garden, small fruits; close In. Address 527
Homer ay.. Palo Alto. Cal.
OUT of TOWN HOUSES to L»t— -Unfiir.
FOR rent — At Palo Alto, for the summer, house.
5 rooms, all conveniences: close to car line;
most desirable part of town; garden and shade
trees. Address l^->x S2. Palo Alto.
OAK LAND COrTACES TO LET— Fnr.
FIVE room furnished cottage, with open air
sleeping porch; near the Piedmont baths; $25
per month. 54 Vernon st.. Oakland.
COTTAGES^TOML^T -
NICELY furnished 5 room and bath bungalow,
at 161G Sth st.. Mastick station; 28 minutes
from S. F. Apply JOHN HINRICHS, 810 Kohl
building. San Francisco.
OFFICES AND STORES TO LET
FILLMORE St., 1010— Store 26x132. modern
front, permanent building; to appreciate must
see. A. J. PON. agent. 1012 Flllmore st.
FOR rent — Store in Geary st. between Stockton
and Grant ay. Box 254. Call.
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WINDOW SHADES. 30c; bamboo porch ahadea.
GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131 Sutter >t.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
CIRCASSIAN walnut, uiah., birdseye suit; heavy
brass beds, parlor, china closet, furnishings;
sacrifice by piece. 1292 McAllister cor. Str.
Gent breaking up. new furns., Circassian walnnt,
colonial mahog., birdseye suite, fumed din.
set. rockers, rugs, cheap. Call 1334 McAl'ster.
OH, yes! We want to see you at our furniture
sale. H. SCHELLHAA3. Oakland.
_ SEWING MACHINES
DOMESTIC — Removed from O'Farrell st. to 1644
FILLMORE near Post- all makes of machines.
new and second hand. Bold, rented and re-
paired; lowest prices. Phone West 3691.
SEWING machines, all makes: renting, repalr-
ing. McNALLY. 2664 Mission; tel. Mission 202.t
WESTERN FEED CO.'S certificate of stock for
sale at 50 cents on the* dollar. Box 2562. Call.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE. RaT
Bacchl. mgr.. 1429 St.ockton: tel. Home C4«03.
3 WANTED
WE are the largest buyers of new and second
hand furniture, p— nos. carpets, desks or mer \u25a0
will buy yours spot cash. Mark J. Levy auction
Co.. 1140 McAllister: ph. Park S6O: H. 52632.
FREIGHT FORWARDING
NATIONAL FREIGHT & T^A^CSTEITcO^Mir
slon nr. 10th; phone Market 3154 — Cut rates to
all points: moving vans: fireproof warehouse.
_J^TO^G^ : A^^^t^VlN^yANS__
j BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY.
Fireproof Warehouse, 13th and Mission
. Phone Market 13-14. or Home M 1313.
WILSON BROS. (Inc.)— Moving and storage
cor. 14th and Sanchez sts., 1 block from Mar-
ket \u25a0 and Flllmore sts. cars. Phone Park 271.
A— PACIFIC STORAGE AND VAN CO.— Brick
warehouse. 2322 FUlmore st. Tel. West 2828.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co..
main office Eddy and Fillmore. Tel. West S2B.
" v ": CARPET CLEANING /
AAA— U.S. Carpet Cleaning Co, 2207 Bush st. —
Most superior cleaning in the world; can give
• you beating, : steam. . compressed air.' vacuum
or celebrated earthquake, which removes all
"dirt, dust, grease, -restoring natural colors like
new. : West- 5926. 52498; laying and refitting.
AAAA— LE CLAIR VACUUM CLEANING CO..
62 Pott, room- 32G; phone Douglas 2071, or
Jes. West, 9o4l— Dustlesa. cleaning of carpets.
rugs, draperies. WITHOUT REMOVAL.
Largest, best. d'g.cap'y 2.000 yards a day; no
."air" cleaning;; all work guar.; cleaning 3c;
. .- lay* . sc; -renov., etc; ests. free. G!slo\y C. C
Co.; 230 Vermont: Park 6925. M 3317; est. 20 y.
ABSOLUTELY the Best Carpet Cleaning, 3c yd.;
estimates given for Altering and Relaying
. Deal'dlrect. with F. A. RICE'S Carpet Works.
ISOS Harrison st. Phones > Market £62, ' M 1207. 1
_J^^PET_J^EA^T>G--^n^lnaea >^_
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO . 397
Sutter st, phone Kearny 8832. BLUE "W AGON.
Carpets, nyrs quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
. floor without' removal; estimates free.
A— CARPETS cleaned and relaid. 8c per yard:
carpets cleaned. 4c per yard; mattresses ma<ie
over. Berkeley Steam Carpet Cleaning Works,
W. F. HEINE. Phone Berkeley 043.
AA— National Carpet Cleaning Wks.— Largest on
coast: laying and altering a specialty. Hamp-
ton A Daley. 344-34S Church st.: Market ISO.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send your carpets to J. SPAULDINU A CO..
980 Golden Gate ay. Phone Market 643.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co. — Advanced meth-
o<U. GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131 1139 Sutter st.
MATHEWSON'S carpet beatlncr works. 315 East
12ta St.. Oakland; tel. Merritt 595.
WATTS — Reliable carpet cleaning: alterations:
renovat.. laying. 560 Devisadero; ph. Park SW).
CONKLIN BROS., carpet cleaning and laying.
2400 Geary .<t.. corner Baker: phone West 93.
_J^
BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLENDER CO.. 765-787
Mission St.. telephone Sntter 333.
PAINTING AND JOECOJRj^JJXS^^
ALL branches house painting and decorating.
J. E. Harrison. 1620 Cal. Frank. 5&». C 3006.
LOCKSMITHS
KEYS at factory prices. Key Works. 861 Clay
st.. Oakland. Phones: Oakland 6717. A 2574.
THE HINOY. mer. tailor for Amcr. ladles and
gents; fit guar.. 1610^ Geary St.; West 6817.
FOR SALE— -Ml»c«Hanc<m»
CUT PRICE PLUMBING SUPPLY CO.— Open •:
we sell any one; free delivery; CASH ONLY.
Country orders shipped daily; no charge.
Plumbing cheaper than any one; try us.
We cut and thread pipe by machine, cheap.
Toilet $5. bath $10, basin $5. sink $2. tray $2.
Gas fittings 90 p«-r cent oa. cast Iron 80 oS.
320 to 328 McAllister. Tel. Market 4083.
2ND HAND pipe, rattled, new threads, new
couplings dipped In asphalt, threads protected;
f. o. b. cars 8. F. or your city: guaranteed or
no sale; references, any legitimate bu_ness
liouse )n town.
H. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO..
"The Pioneer Pipe Man."
650 Brannan st.
CASH REGISTERS.
The largest line of first class second hand
cash registers ever shown now on hand: ex-
tremely low prices; on easy terms.
THB NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO..
1040 Market st. bet. Taylor and June*.
SECOND HAND pipe, guaranteed good as new;
price very reasonable. At STJGERMAN IRON'
AND METAL CO., 613-17 Brannan st. near
Sth; phone Kearny 225; Home JICJI; country
orders promptly attended to.
FOR sale — At half cost, large icebox, cheese
cutter, meat slicer, shelving, counters* ami
window fixtures: all new. American Creamery
Company, corner 15th and Cypress sts.. Oak-
land; phone Oakland 1124.
FOR sale — 10 hp. gasoline engine; 23 kw. West-
lnghouse generator: 20 hp. Westinghouse motor,
only used 4 months, light service; 35 hp.
steam engine In first cla3s condition. Address
475 44th St., Oakland, or call after 6 p. m.
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Largest dealers in standard pipe and screw
casing, dipped; prices right; guaranteed first
class. Pacific Pipe Co.. Main and Howard st*.
23D st., 4175, near Castro — Upper; 7 elt-gant
large rooms, reception hall: modern; pleuty of
sunshine and light; only $24; 1 month free;
worth $35.
BUFF Orpingtons, prize winning strain, pair $12;
ehlcks. 25c; eggs. 10c each. UAGEDoRN.
3SIB Rhoda ay.. fruitvale. Phone Merritt ISCa
FOR sale — AH kinds relaying rails; also rails for
building purposes. San Francisco Iron ami
Metal Co.. North Point anil Stockton sts.
AA — All sizes standard water pipe and sore.v
casing, guaranteed good as new: get our prices.
Weissbaum Pipe Works, 133 llth st.
SAFES'. SAFES, SAFES— Several second b:u:<l
SAFES mUst be • sold at once; no reasun.-ibio
offer refused. 950 Mission st. above sth.
FOR sale — Grocery stock and fixtures. Address
P. O. box 57, Richmond, Contra Costa. Co..
Cal.
NATIONAL cash registers, electric signs, bur
and safe for sale; cheap. 579 McAllister st.
Encyclopedia Americana: **, morocco; bargain.
King's Book Store. 1716 Market, above Gough.
DESKS, office furn. bought, sold, exchanged. T.
D. McCarthy Co.. 1020 Mission: tel. Mkt. 5630.
JAPANESE nightingales. $2.50. "
R. H. HEi;ER. 515 San Pablo jr.. Oakland.
WALL PAPER, 3Vic a roll: house linings, r.i, c
yd.; samples mailed. MERIGAN. 1447 Ellis.
Andreasberg Roller canaries. $5. Valencia Bird
Store. G. H-.HEGER. 758 Valencia bet. IS-19.
ARMY tents at factory prices. W. A. PLUM-
M*ER CO.. SW. cor. of Front and Pine sts.
EDISON AGENCY — Moving picture machines and
films: bargain. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st.
BABY chicks. 10c each: $9 per 100; $SO per
1.000. STANSFIELD. 3201 E. 14th. Fruitvale.
ONE large double door Hall safe, with burglar
chest. 233 California st.
BOOKS and libraries bought. THE HOLMES
CO.. 115.* Market St.. phone Market 896.
SAFES — New and second hand, all sises. THE
HERMAN SAFE CO.. 120-130 Folsom st.
FOR sale^ — Fast sloop. 47 ft. long; $400. 66G
Washington St.. Oakland.
BABY chicks every day. STANSFIELD. S3Ol
East 14th st.. Fruitvale.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
DRESS SUITS, tuxedos. Prince Alberts and other
suits bought. L. SKOLL. 707 Golden Gate ay.;
phones — Market 4081, Home 52233.
HAIR^DRESSING
GIRLS wanted to learn hair dressing; classes al-
ways opening: special inducements; instruction
by MME. MITCHELL. Manufacture of creams
and tonics taught. Diplomas granted. GO Turk.
DRESS MAKING
MACDOWELL'S Dress Making and Millinery
School. 121 Geary st- near Grant ay.; evenin;
classes; patterns cat to order. Doaglas 473 X.
LADY win do beautiful hand embroidery, braid-
ing, etc.; custom work solicited. Box 258.
IIOS Valencia st.
TYPEWRITERS i AND SUPPLIES
MONARCH Visible Typewriters — In the Monarcn
Vlslble Typewriter all tae writing is in full
eight all the time; other makes, second hand.
' at very reasonable prices; we rent, repair and
Inspect.. Before purchasing rlaz ns Doozlaj
4113, or call at 307 Bush «t.
WOLF & ISENBRUCK. Dealers.
FOR sale cheap — Almost new Monarch Visible
Typewriter, in first class condition: going
away; will sell cheap. Telephone Piedmont
2139. Oakland.
SPECIAL. $35 — Smith-Premier or Remington re-
built. Secure information L. «fc M. AL-__N-
DER. 812 Market at.
Brand now visible typewriter $40; other cheaner.
PACIFIC TYPEWRITER CO.. 107 Montgy. gt.
TYPEWRITERS— AII makes sold, rented, fa-
paired. 918 Broadwar. Oakland: tel. Oak. 921 ft.
BUTTONS AND PLEATING
Stewart's lining, trimming store, pleating, cm.
brold.. buttons, but, holes. 123 Eddy. Fkln. 234tt.
Steele'a button works. 222 Kills and Mason. Pn
Frank. 4521 and C 4521: mail orders solicited.
CURTAINS, 25c pair, hand washed, stretched.
returned next day. Mrs. Hcwklng. 26*57 Bus-.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
CROWN and Concord Pianos, exclusive agency -
easy terms; Combinola Player. $800; best oa
the market; 10 inch disc records. 23c eaca
i while they last; Edison. Victor. Zonophone Ma-
chlnes and Records. BACIGALUPI. 941 Market.
COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA REGENT— Doa't buy
a talking machine until you have- beard thU
wonderful musical instrument. KOHLEB Je
CHASE. 28 O'Farrell gt.
$60 — AAne Ronlsch upright piano. C. C. HORN-
UNG, 1240 Market st. near 9tn and Larkin.
! MASON . HAMLIN small upright. $13_ s?
Stockton st. .
AA — Unredeemed storage pianos almost glvea
away to pay storage and advances. WHfTE-
HEAD'S Piano Storage. 1428-28 Market. „- P.
$135 — Rare chance: fine 3 pedal upright Schmtta
& Co. 621 Van Ness ay. near Turk st.
PIANOS for rent; no cartage tola week." Bl'-
RON MAUZY. 250 Stockton st.
SMALL Fischer upright, good condition; $115.
terms or cash. 37 Stockton st.
ON pianos, furniture, etc. ; small amounts. C. W
FI3HER. fifiO Market st.
AND MOTORCYCLES
THOR motors won at lngleslde Sunday; mile In
54 sec. 5 miles 4:37; they're *fast motors- sec-
ond band machines. $50; bicycles. Sl7 SO nn-
tires. $1.23 up. A. FREED. 1440 Market at.*
1310 PIERCE. 4 cylinder, shaft drtTe. 2 sneed"
f/ee engine: alngle cylinder, belt drtTe. frea
•oglne. 5 hp.; send for advanced cataWue
J. T. CHICK. 312 San Pablo aV^T^klandL
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