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ADVICE — IT COSTS NOTHING AND IS SOMETIMES WORSE LESS
VOSPER RIDES A
TRIO OF WINNERS
Hard Booting Boy Lands Three
Under Wire First at
Emeryville
A feature of the sport at Emeryville
yesterday was the brilliant riding of
Jockey Vosper. He had four mounts
and landed Ahree of them in front. In
each case he got away well and put up
clever finishes.
Vosper rode the only outsider to win
during the afternoon. He was off fly
ing with Abe Slupskey In the 2 year old
event and the youngster was never
headed.
Vosper was on Tramotor, favorite for
the second, over the futurity course,
and he proved a handy winner over
Servlcence and Biskra.
A vigorous finish on the part of Vos
per was responsible for Prince Winter's
defeat of Doweress by a .neck in the
last.
Inclement won the feature race at
fix furlongs, owing to overconfidence
on the part of Gargan on Daddy Gip,
the favorite.
D. S. Fountain sold Hush Money to
J. L. Kovea yesterday and disposed of
Tom O'Malley to William Cain. Foun
tain bought Queenfull from C. W. Mon
dorff.
Barney Schreiber received a telegram
announcing that a brother to Jack At
kin was foaled at his Woodlands farm.
«1,000 DOG CREMATED
TACOMA. June 1. — In a fire which
destroyed Mrs. Grace Davenport's home
et Steilacoom Lake last night the valu
sble Boston terrier, Budwelser, priced
sit $1,000, was burned.
Ogden Results
First rare, half mile — SU Joe. won, Beaumont
second. Wea»ette tUird. Time, :48 4-S.
t»eeond rac*, silne-Flxteeoths of a mile — Darid
Eolaud yon, Diictor Sherman second, Wbeat
ttone tjiird. Time. :.V! 4-5.
l"hird race, ijv<'-ei£hths of a mile— Gillett won.
Valencia set-ond. Seasick tUird- Time, 1:02 8-5.
Fourth race, five^islitlis of • mlle^ — Lordßo»s
insrton won, Aliola 6ccund, Jack Lerin third.
Time. 1:05.
rifib. race, three-quarters of a mile — Ositian
*ou, I^aiicasUire Led second, Altalr third. Time,
3:1C3-3.
Sixth mo", srren-elijhths of a mile — Buncau
woe. I>oriau Prince 111 second, C. J. Cox third.
Time. 1:30.
! THE CALL'S FORECAST'
TKtXKSDAY, JV2TE 2. TRACK FAST.
FIRST HACK— Four furlongs; 2 year old
nistS^ns:
Index Horn* V«*t Remcrke
6751 BLUE MOON 10» Looks best.
C.719 HAKD SATCHEL 109 May go w*ll.
»;::u ZLATA BBAKA.a^>9 May be close up.
e:(K Dolly V B 103 . Weight -np today.
«251 Maxlnc 112 Little form.
606 RtTolstonio. 109 Little form.
6762 Fontello 103 Little form.
6713 Joe Wells .. 109 Little form. -
«7SI Hal Worth ......109 LlttU form.
6751 Amal* ..109 Little form.
.... Ben Grer-nle*f ...109 < First start.
B. g. by Star Briglit-Adalmo.
SECOND RACR— Six furlonjs; . selling^ 3 year
«!ds and rjpwcrd:
Index K';r?e U*t Remarks
C 743 WANZK 104 May Improve.
fi7«3 DEIJEEN ...100 One to beat.
f.749 L. EEKSSELAERIO2 I-tst race pood.
(«7is)Zinkand 94 Beat fair field.
£743 Anua M*t 104 May-.tmprore.
fieai W<K)dl(in(J« .....104 Some fair races.
07G3 niascd 97 Some ; fair races.
€743 RfHioniJo ........106 Some fair races.
«727 boualfl IOC Little form.
6745 Smiley Melzter. . H* Little form.
THIRD RACE — One mllo and 70. yards ; »cll
l^C: 3 yar olds and upw-ard: n
Index Horse , Wt RcmarVs
6749 KILPITAS 114 May carry speed.
\u2666;73S«TEEL HO One to beat.
G7.'»3 SFRIKG 8AN .... 109 May Improre.
<57."»3 Copprrs Ill" Some - fair races.
67.""»3 "Colbert :...Um Some fair races.
<j733 Miku Jordan ....111 Some fair raew.
FOURTH :UCE— Five and "a half -Xcrlongs;
Modeeto handicap; ' 3 ye«r olds -and upward: .
Index Horse Wt Remarks . :
C 751 CLOXTDLIGET ...10-S May improre.
C 6751 >&£Y HIKDOO... 110 Hard tobeat.
«751 B. of FORTUXE. fl« May go welL
C 784 Pride of Lisiaore. US Should go . well.
C7SS Mis* Roberts ..... 87 Company too > fast.
riFTH RACE— One mile and 70 yards; sell
ing; 3 year olds and upward?
Index Ho:w Wt Remark* ;
C 75» HAJfCOCK ......111 Looks best -
V,".i S. DELIVERY.. ..III Mey go welL
«74S ELECiaOWAN . 83 -Msy be close HD. \u25a0\u25a0>.
. C7S3 Wty 11l Closes well. .
; <;7.%!» lUivctelio ....... 83 Kotno fair, races.
| frrs:} Goldway 11l Little form.
V'"7RH Mo^sbark 11l Some fair . races.
€705 Littlrtoa 107 Little form. -.*
SIXTH EAOE— Futttrlty conm;! celling; 3
\'vr olds and upward:
Indpx Horse Wt Eenarks
C7OO BILLY MYX8...106 Looks best.
«7CO EE2OK .........100 Last race good. ,
i:;is KAKBDHG : 106 May be close up.
6761 Boubi G 34 Ran well yesterday
<JJ6I Ampwlo ...... ..;105 May go wrfl.
fi742 La Destra .....; »3 Has speed. \u25a0 * *
€74« Braston .......;. KM. Some: fair> race*. *
<;741 BlUy Maybam •... «8" Has gpeed.j
" •Apnrentice allovrenc*- v .
FAVORITE WINS
ENGLISH DERBY
Lemberg Leads Crack Field
Home in $32300 Classic,
Making New Record
EPSOM DOWNS, Eng., June I.— The
one hundred and thirty-first derby of
$32,500, for 3 year olds, distance about a
mile and a half, the classic of the Eng
lish turf, was won today by Mr. Fairies
Lemberg. Sir John Thursby's Green
back was second and A. . P. Cunliffe's
Charles O'Malley third. Lord Rose
berry's Nell Gow finished fourth.
From the start the race was among
the four horses named, Lemberg win
ning by a neck In a position gained but
few yards from the post.
Nell Gow. behaved badly at the post,
delaying the start for 10 minutes, but
the field finally got away in good shape.
Greenback settled down in the lead, with
the two favorites, Lemberg and Neil
Gow, second and fourth
There was little change of positions un
til the horses were close home, when
Lemberg passed Greenback and main
tained a bare -lead to the? finish. Two
lengths separated Greenback and
Charles O'Malley. Neil Gow. was close
up the first flight.
The betting was 7 to 4 against Lem
berg, 100 to S agalnst'Greenback and 33
to.l against Charles O'Malley.
The time was 2 minutes 35 1-5 seconds,
which is a record for the derby.'
Thre were 15 starters.
No American horses ran in the his
toric race this year^ Danny Maher, who
it Is stated received a fee of $20,000,
rode Nell Gow. The odds on the Amer
ican jockey's mount were 11 to 4.
Gravesend Results
GRAVESEND, June 1. — Oceanbound. at l:to
3, easily won the Gazelle stake at Gravesend
today. The race wes practically a, good strong
gallop for the winner.
Ethel D, which had worked extremely well in
Kentucky before being shipped bere, was fan
cied to give the favorite a strong race. .
Fighting Bob, George Relff's good 3 year old
colt, died today at ShecpViead Bay of pleurisy.
Summary:
First race, _ five furioass— Pluvius. 8 to 5,
won; Antcnor, 7 to 1, . second; I^owton Field,
7 to 1. third. Time. 1:01.
Second race, the Kensington steeplechase,
about two miles — Grandpa; 3 to 1, won; Bush
ranger, 60 to 1. second; Magellan, 10 to 1,
third. Time, 3:52.
Third race, about six furlongs — Jeanne dAre,"
3 to l, won; Twilight Queen, 6 to 1, second;
Royal Captive, 10 to 1. third. Time. 1:113-5.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth—Ocean
bound, 1 to 3, won; Infatuation, 30 to 1, second;
Ethel D, 3 to 1. third. Time. 1:62. -
Fifth - race, mile and a sixteenth— Stanley
Fay, 0 to 1. won: Firestone, 18 to 6," second;
Glucose, 7 to 2. third. Time, 1:47 4-5.
Sixth race, five furlongs — Miss N f ett,<3 to 1,
•won; Blue Mouse. ,7 to 1, second; Frank Ruh-
Etaller, 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:02.,
\u2666 , — . . r-rr— •-\u2666
Louisville Results
'First race, oce mile' and 20 yard* — Sticker,
straight $13,60, won: Slgo, place $14.80, second;
Star Actor, nhow $3.!)0, third. Time, ; 1 :42 1-5.
Second race, cix furlongs — Parkview, straight
JS. CO. won: Tom McG rath.- place $6. 10, second;
Hawk's Flight, show SS.3O. , third. Time,
1:14 1-5. \u25a0 \u25a0*•..' \u25a0• _\u25a0_•\u25a0.-\u25a0.' -. * \u25a0.:•,.
lliird race, sir furlongs— Countesx, straight
*4.C0. won: Star Venus, pise* $17.10. second;
King Solomon, show £3:90, third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
- Fourth race, one mile — Meadow," $4.30 straight,
won; Ocean Queen, place $10.20,' second; ' Belle
Ciem, show. $28.80, third. Time, J:39 3-5.
Fifth race, five furlongs— La Bold won. James
Me second. Lady Ormicant third. Time-. ,1:01."
Sixth race, selling, one and a quarter miles — \u25a0
Wolferron. straight $23.60, .won; Elfall, place
$3.70, second; St. Ilarlo, shorr $2.80, third.
Time, 2:00 3-5.
RIGID INVESTIGATIOXS
NEW YORK, June I.— From the of
ficers of the amateur athletic-; union'
comes tho announcement that 'officials
have decided : to make investigations •of
claims of new records ; on I track" and
field more rigidthan ever before." -
LOST— A passbook - with the \ Hlbernla sarlngs
and loitn society of ,Kan Francisco 1a th« name
of MORRIS T. RICHARDS. >No.t 839-035. The
finder will pleane return to bank. Unless same
Is returned within 5 days a new hook will be
'. Issued to, the applicant- -. :•.;,;'' 7> -
LOST —^At San Jo?e. or on roafl between 1 San Jose
- and Oakland,, lady's black \u25a0 leather : fully eculp-
ped handbag, containing several X- articles -' of
Jewelry. .Finder please notify N. " B. ; MILLER,
10 Trcmont ay.. for return cf same, $ and > ra-
Vcelre reward-; -..;.. -,--.\u25a0.
LOST— Black mare," in Hacrmmento st.\ between
, Laurel;, about f 2 >n.. m.^.Sunday.'
v Finder, please notify -oB>?s. Sacramento 'st.. -
LOST^-Black Cocker spaniel on May 8 at Oakland,
license 2245; $20 reward for prompt return to
* 12W : Harrison ct., Oakland. : : .
ST. CROIX steamer— Any: partien who" lost bag-"
gage can recover. -> Address ;P. > H/V BLAKB,
v box-63, Froltrale, Cal. ..-.;• ; ; ; r : :
FOUND — Near Lag unitas, \ Cal.; May 29, , locket:
- • Address^ 4141 : 23 d sti.i S.] F. , : ' , 1 - .'- i .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \ - r \. , \u25a0.-;
LOST— Music : roll,'" Orpheum i matinee.- June - 1.
Kindly return 3165 Washington ; st. " Reward."J3
'.FOUND— A' collie." Address ' all " communications :
to BooU 61. care Tb« ' CalL
;\..\ iy.HE ' SAN: ffKMCISCO UALL,: TidtJ«?SßAr, M U 'issi v*£ JDID,
INDEX lOF CLASSIFIED^ ADS
ACCOTJNTANTS^-CERT. PUBLIC . . . CoL 7, P. 14
AGENTS WANTED - *'.- ' \u25a0 Col. I, P. M
! APARTMENT5.. ............. . . ... . C01. 8. P. 14
ATTORNEYS .;.... ; . . .Col. 7, P. 14
AUTOMOBILES. ; . . "".. -\Col. 6. P. H
BAR AND STORE FIXTTTHES.. r..CoL«. P. 14
BARBERS AND SXTPPLIES. ...... .'.CoL 1, P.' 14
BUTTONS AND PLEATING....:... CoI, 5. *• 14
BUSINESS^ CHANCE5. ..;....... ...C01. 6. P. 14
.:.......;....C01.6,?.14
BUSINESS C0LLEGE5. . . ... ;. : . . i.~. .C01. 7, P. 14.
BUSINESS PERSONALS. . . . . 1 . , , a . ; . Col. 7. P. 14
. " .'\u25a0, :.'•\u25a0\u25a0;- ••. ........ . ;;.CoL 1, P.' 15
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES. . .C 01."8.' P.*l«
COLLECTION AGENC1E5. .. ... . . . ., C01. 1, P. 14
COTTAGES TO LET... ...... ......C 01. 3, P. 14
CARPET CXEAN11fa............*.;:C01. 4. P.-14
CLA1RV0YANT5 . . : ... ........ ... . . CoL 1, P. 1»
DENTISTS. ; ; .v. ...... .... :....;:.: Col. 7, P. 14
DRESS MAK1NG. . . ... . . ... . ... . .; .C0L B, P. 14
EDUCAT10NAL.. . . . . ..... . . ..'..;.; CoL .7.' P.* 14
EMPLOYMENT 0rF1CE5.. .....;.;. CoL 1/ P. 14
EMPLOYMENT WANTED-^MALE.'. Col.' 4," P.' IS
EMPLOYMENT I WANTED— TemaIo. CoL 4, P. 13
FEMALE HELP WANTED.'. . ;. :'.=•; iCoi: 4, P.-13
.. ... •• . . ... . . ..Col." 6< Pi'lS
FINANCIAL. . .". . .CoL": 1, P." 15
FLATS TO LET. . ....... . . .... . . . . .00t 8. P. 14
FLATS TO LET—FURNISHED: .... .Col." 3. P.' 14
FLATS FOR SALE— Fundih«d Col. 8. P. 14
FOB SALE— MISCELLANEOUS..:.. CoI. 4, P. 14
FREIGHT. FORWARDINCK... .'..'.. CoI.'*,^. 14 5
rUBNITUKE FOH SALE/. .?. ..;... C01. 4. P. 14 .
FURNITURE ! WANTED . . . .;;. . . . . . Col. 4, P. 14
GLASS W08K8....;.......T..:....C0L 6, P..14
HORSES, WAGONS & HARNESS.. 001. 5, P. 14
H0TEL5. .:.;... ......;v.....t...^.C0L 3. P. 14
HOUSES TO LET— Furnished. . ......CoL 8, P. 14
HOUSES TO LET— Berkeley......... Col. 4, P. 14
INVESTMENTS..... ....CoL 1, P. 15
LEGAL NOTICES .............. .Col. 5, P. IS
" " ..................Col. 6, P. 15
LOST AND F0UND.. .......... .....001. 2, S. 13
MALE HELP WANTED. .. . : ..... . „ C01. 5, P. 18
" M •• \u0084r..;..C0L8, p.is.
" " .............Col. 7, P. 13
\u25a0 '-\u25a0"\u25a0 •• . jool i. p. 14
MATR1M0N1AL. . . ..;;... .....: ... .Col. 7. P. 14
MED1CAL. ........ .:.;.......-. .....C01. 7, P. 14
MATERNITY HOMES. . . /. ....CoL 7. P. 1«
MEEVINGS— LODGES ............. \u0084 Col. 3, P. 13
MINES AND M1N1NG. ...... . .....i00L 1, P. 15
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. ... .^_ . Col. # p. 14
MONEY XO L0AN.. . . ...... -.^..C01. 1, P. 15
\u25a0•. ." " .........;;..;...CoL2,p.is
MONEY TO LOAN— Real Estate.... CoL 2, P. 15
MONEY WANTED. .... .; .....'. . . ; . C0L 8, P. 16
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. . . . . .'. ... Col. 5 P. 14
OIL LAND5...... .......:........:. C0L 1, P. 15
OAKLAND HOUSE K'P'G. ROOMS. . .Col. 8, P 14
PAINTING AND DECORATING.. ;..C3oL A, P. 14
PALM15TRY.......: ....... .;,..;;. Col. 1, P. 15
PATENT ATT0KNEY8... ;;.....; ' CoL 7 P 14
f HYSICIAKS.. 1.................;.. 00177* P/14
POPULAR HEMED1E8..... ........ Col. 7 P 14
PROPOSALS AND 81D8....... CoL 6P* 15
aSAL ESTATE— CUT. . .......;...*CeI; 8; P.' 15
" " " .-..'.........C01. S, P. 16
JISAL ESTATE— COUKTRx-.:. ;.;.'; Col. 3, P. 15
" " " ........Cc!.4, P.U
REAL ' ESTATE— OAKI. AND.;.^... CoI. 7, P. 15 J
REAL ESTATE— ALAMEDA.;r..r.'.CoI. 7, P. 15
REAL ESTATE^-BIiaKELEy..:/.i.C01. 4,^/15
fcEAT. ESXAT2— SAN \u25a0 MATEO. . . ; . Col; 6, P. 15 !
REAL'ESTATZ— TO EXCHANGE... CoI. 1, P. 16-
ROOMS AND EOAED OFFERED.... CoL ; 2, P. 1-
4 AND BOARD— Berkeley..;.. Col.' 8,' P. 14
BOOMB 10 LET— rUB.--UNrua.;..Col. I, P. 14
\u25a0"' '•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0 \u25a0-"-\u25a0'":\u25a0 ' ;coi. a, p/ 14
BOOMS TO LEX— HOUSE KEEPINGCoI. S " P. 14 1
SALESMEN & SOLICIXOBB WNTEDCoI. lrP.'H
BANITARIUMB.;. ....^.-. .... .7. .; ; Col. 7 P 14
BTOBAGS AND MO VINO .VANS.;.. Col. 4 P 14
5PiaiTUAL15M. . ....... ... . . , ; - 001. IP' 16"
BEWIKG MACHINES.;.;..;... *** col 4P 14
TITLES Er5T0RED.............;*'c0r 7* P* 14
trusses:; . :-. :..-.. .... . . . . : . .; VrV.coi 7, v'A\
XYPEWEITERS AND 80»UES..T.C«l; : 4-p'l*-
UNPAID WAGES COLLECTED. . . : . .- Col 1 P' U
BlEETiyGS^~.Lodge«^*':; ; A^/;- 1 '
MISSION- chapter' No. TO. R. \ /M — -WlBiri
rv^T"is? et i n S T HIS (THURSDAY) B^^H
E\ ENING at 8 oVlook. Mark-MastcrfrSfiffS
degree. By order, of the H. V. ¥*^ jf
CALIFORNIA lodge^No. 1, F. & A 'M -^ 'V -
nvi>°vrK^ eetln(ir THIS '• (THURSDAY) *A ;; :
EVENING. at 7:HO oVlook, 213." Gutter lkV
»t. ,-\u25a0\u25a0 EDWARD PEABODY^ S«t-;^^
FIDELITY lodge No: 120, F.^& APM — -.'*•'« *
PVPv,v« eet J D^ H ! S THURSDAY)^Ai,^
EVENING at . :30 o - clock, King •\u25a0 {'old- TC3T
mon's.hall.Fillmoroßt.v :*',»; Sl ' ol .°/V\^
\u0084 - '\u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 FREDERICK BARRY/ Sec^ Z
PACIFIC lodge No. 136,! -F.' ;fvA' M--- \u25a0>\u25a0 '
[ l"39,Fillmore St., will^ -tbeet TODAY- a't'*' A '•'*'
2 p. in. to attpnd tbe funeral of our late TfTf
: brother. S. A. BARR. ; \u0084M aster/ Mafona/ ^^
; are inTited. GEORGE PENLINGTON, Sac.'v":
PUESIDIO -lodge;* No.iS34. F. &r A ' M * ; "
g King Solomon's. balK'-' J739 FiUmore st — ' : M%^-\
;:,.-;:«.• L^HESSELTIXE.^ Secretary.;;;
JEWEL lodge No. 374. F. &A: M.— Stated ! :j»: j» •-;.
V, meeting 'THIS , DAY. (THURSDAY) at XJV Ci
i:sop. m. \u25a0 • ..- , Trsr-
, -W--; CHARLES SATRUE;, Secretary. ;:^V\:
PACIFIC i lodge No.- 155.- I>; O.*:' n \u25a0>*-? \u25a0'
F., 7th nnd Market sts.— Reg-
uiar election of - officers THIS ' W*S£xSß* \u25a0
(THURSDAY) h EVENING. ? ilem- : • &*M&* i
\u25a0-. ;. bers please, attend. »^ H. T SCHWERIN.* N *"g" \u25a0">
-\u25a0:\u25a0.-. F.- C. EDMONDS.' Rec^Sec. .-?. /\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0> -:'\u25a0*\u25a0#' \u25a0,;
GERMAN IA" lodre Xn.vllft-»T \u25a0n- ; - jjimmiat. "^
j O. \u25a0 F. — Officers nnd members arc J^g^^Mfc.'
/. hereby' requested .-to attend the *83&SKafflf :
funeral of our late brother., J..i\ **afeR»F"
-TWEICHHARTA Thursday .'June 2,'j at' 2 o'clockT
I from i his late residence^ r.74 \u25a0 7th i ar.fi Richmond
distrlot:;' •'.'\u25a0 rii'.-v.^RriGRESENS.tN.iG.i
>\u25a0\u25a0-:'\u25a0. PAUL, STRAUCHr Rec; Sec. >. "\u25a0', • ,'>;-f- -. ; :-.-
SAN* FRANCISCO, newspaper F carriers V protactlre
- nnion ; No. ! 12631, of ;L.— The 'officers I and
d ; members are requested' to attend the I funeral •of
our. late brother,: LAURENCE 5 At; WAKERLEY*
4 Thursday, \u25a0 t Jiißei2,jiB:3o£a:y m.t'-frora*the [ 'Par-
\u25a0 lors*of 'Mcßrearty ;&; McCormick,' OlS^ValencU
St." I By -order:of v? .v'.V^V 3 -~< BRAUN^, Vrw*
, -M.VBoEHM,; Secretary. •:>-.'\u25a0.-. .-.; V .: .- :.*.
LODGE : balls . now : ready i for ?occupa«cj fat^ 1254 f
Market- st: ; 1 use ', of :. banquet . hall ; and kitchen. '
Apply on premises. -- -
."\u25a0\u25a0 .'EMPLOYMENT WANTED— .MaIe
AMERICAN, middle aged, riot . strong but actire,
.wants light.,worki In- private place; can.milk
-and care for'bor«e»; : wages $15 per. month; ref-
, >rences.. Box- 853, ;Call^office. £:.;\u25a0: ~ -. -.•>-;\u25a0 -I )'
BOOK \u25a0 KEISI'ER . and , accountant, ' 29, competent
. and reliable, • wants | opening | about July - 1 ; ex-
| ceptlonal \u25a0? experience in | corporation work - and
Vcost accounting.- - Address box . 706, Call office.
CHORING,' house '\u25a0? odd- Jobs wanted I by
the hour;-f American.; Address box 978. Call. „
CHINESE' cook ; wishes position* In private . house.
Address^ CHOY. SUN, 30, Waveriy pliu-t?. " ,
CHAUFFEUK^-YOUNG MAN. < COLORED, 6
- years' ' experience driving in United States and
other 1 countries, 8. years:. driving for. United
'. States government, \u25a0 drives - any I make car, - and
, will -keep ear iln repair," desires : situation in
private family,, either in city or country^ Box
;•.- 581,-;Call-offlce.-.:'.Vi '.. :'-"> :-/ y^v-- .:
COMPETENT, * sober man i seeks position, private
.'••-family; drive : automobile; ' good,- careful 'driver;
repairs, etc.; -will' make- himself useful; city
v- or.- country • wages ; moderate ref s. Box 861,
rj.CMI office. »"„>; .f- .-.:-' ,s '.;::.\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0<. '. -. : < \u25a0".-' -: V
: CHAUFFEUR: wishes : to' drive car/ for •- private,
.»•: family can make, repairs;, can "run- all. makes-
! , - of ' gasoline v cars;' city « jcountry.T^ 80x*. 821,^
XLCallf office.;-' ' : -.' -jj 1 '. '•'\u0084. ,;' V \u25a0\u25a0' V :: -^ \u25a0<'\u25a0:\u25a0-. -". '," -"' *"V ..•
CHINESE. cook wants r a place In family. CHAS.'
; SING, 4. Spofford alley. No.>s box. \u25a0
CHINESE ' firsts cUssi cook -wants- position' in- a
; family in the city.: NO W1NG;, 842 Dnpont st.
GOOD handyman,- sober ; and - reliable, would . like
to care > for \u25a0 place in | country ; good home more
i of an object, than. wagßS. ; Box 845. Call office.
MAN. " 28 ', years >of I age.'- 11 years* business " ex-;
/perience in general \u25a0 office; work;- book .keeper,-
ealesman and buyer, exceptional business abil-
ity, wants salaried position, any location, city
preferred; thorough knowledge of - lumber., bun- .
, ness." Box 828. Call office." :
MIDDLE AGED man, sober and reliable, \u25a0 would
"like to care 'for place in country; good' home
more of, an' object than good wages. Address
;:bos 814;- Call. ;\u25a0:•: : . • v
POSITION wanted -as' cannery foreman; have
- bad - 17 - years'. : experience and understand all
c the sanitary can machinery; references. Box
758, Call of flee. ,y .-x;;.-- --\u25a0 ;\u25a0:-:. y-\u25a0 ;''--:\u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0'-._
POSITION in electrical store, retail or wholesale,
by industrious young man; 4 years' experience
'in .various lines of electrical work; wages rea-
. . f enable ' and first - class references. - Address
",: Electrician, 769 Vi l"th st., Oakland, CaL ' ~r\-.
SASH and :• door foreman desires - position ; ; is
; first : clans .* mechanic. y Address box ' 823. \u25a0'. Call.
YOUNG man/ handy with : tools, wishes position
.'- as houseman. : Box 846. Call.office.: \u25a0 -\u25a0. :,
YOUNG •' man, - bar tender, desires position in
city or country. ;j. J..FINNEGAN, llO^San
Jose'av. -::'..-. ..*(>. ;:"..;• . "-."\u25a0 '.:->\u25a0;..
YOUNG man. 18 years old, sober, honest and re-
. \u25a0;. liable," desires : position, - insurance, collecting,'
\u25a0 \u25a0 etc. ; • ontslde .work '\u25a0 preferable. ~ Box 085. , Call.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL *IS
•AT IRSI FILLMORE ST.
t 'EMPLOYMENT\WANTED--.Pemaley;
ESTABLISHED " drets maker; perfect fitting, i «o-,
-Helta >. tho ' patronage \u25a0 of ; ladies at home : or ., by
" ' the : day; : quick . and \u25a0 very ; reasonable. \u25a0 ; Phone
.; Park* 5233. -\u25a0 ;•\u25a0-\u25a0 ;••• .'.'\u25a0•- V ' ~ .': -- :
GOOD "cook wishes a sltnation to cook and keep
\u25a0• '\u25a0;\u25a0 house • for a \u25a0 few , grown ; persona, city or . coun-
: - try. >851 1 Minna st. bet. : 3d and 4th.r "
LAD Y . pianist would like position.' \u25a0 Address 1403
VjDevlsadero:, ..«,'\u25a0- .- f':'".':"' : /:-\u25a0.-',..\u25a0 .." '
MARRIED woman wants.to work,by day, wash-
:- i ing, ironing i and ; house cleaning, s $2 : clay ' and
y-' carfare. :; MRS. ZIMA; 2^4 Chosley, at.; city. ' - f
WOMAN " wants washing, j ironing' and housework
\u25a0by the day.:pr bait, day, r 516 Fell gt.'
-YOUNG i woman i wants j work: -city or country ; ' ls
a* a * good * cook and ' all ' aronnd ; house T keeper." - Box
W 4002. Calf; of flce,Mosl Flllmore, st. < . .'\u25a0:'\u25a0- '-: \u25a0 - '\u25a0;
YOUNG: lady; wishes^a^posltlon-l to ass^t.'with
\:2 children or house work."/- Box 4347, • Call. ; Oakl'd.
ti-i>, ; .'FEMALE|ini'LP;WANTED':-;; ;r £ ;
YOUNG women | between th*a ages of |II and 25,
:.-' of j, fair education,- , neat v appearance ' and' an-
J questionable character. ?. wanted • to . study l tele-
• V phone ' operating as a * profession ; a liberal sal-
H ary -is paid new operators while in training at
\u25a0'\u25a0the - operating \u25a0 school -. of "\u25a0 the i Pacific i Telephone
* and -Telegraph' Company, and' upon graduation
1 . they " are -i given permanent \u25a0 poaltlona ., at f» the
j i 5i 5 fiwltchooarda,'' with opportunities for promotion.
>v :The 'Pacific Telephone t aad Telegraph Company
\u25a0?: provides 'light f and r well - ventilated operating |
rooms, ivleissnt rest and lunch rooms and takes
\u25a0-; a peraoualf lnterest in the welfare of the young
\u25a0:.women!iu ;lts;employ.'i-.* j -"»*~.' rr - -i-:\-u:»'r v.^ \
N' incompetent : a operators v furnished to provide
v branch exchange wbßcribers.', ;c :, r:- S
i~:<~- For .full; particulars , call,"' preferably between
; S :SO *\u25a0 n.-\m.-'f and ' 12 % m.\*; at • operating school;
. -1 telephone : office." 2015 \u25a0 Steiner st.
,-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0?*\u25a0 - •'.- .-\u25a0---'-.:--- \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'- \u25a0 '\u25a0:-; ;' i . ••\u25a0\u25a0 : \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-.
Vio!6o : " ' V$10.00;V $10.00; .. $10.00 -J :ii':l
;':; ': i FOR I TEN* DOLLARS ' I WILL TEACH YOU
; BHORTHAND;*- 'iMY -ySYSTEM- CAN '"BE
\u25a0 TAUGHT IN NOT- OVER- 60 DAYS.' GUARAN-
. TKED ' SATISFACTION ;M* HAVE : A VERY
EAS V\u25a0\u25a0Y \u25a0\u25a0 SYSTEM- TO ' LEARN /AND I TEACH
v•BY " MAIL, i FULL .INFORMATION CAN .\ BE
BY^WRITING TO BOX 810.^ CALL
OFFICK;* 3D AND .; [MARKET > - STS..': 'SAN
'.FBANCISCO.v>, : \u0084.i,;. ;,r;-\-. \ \u25a0•" : •\u0084. \u25a0. .
( : SHORTHAND "BY" MAIL- C-VA: 'J-
KXPERIENCED * MALE STENOGRAPHER
" WILL TEACH SHORTHAND BY MAIL; PER-
; SONAL^ ATTENTIONS GIVEN •TO > EVERY
?'', PUPILr4TERMS * ONLY> $10 S FOR i ENTIRE
V COURSE; « SATISFACTION.-; GUARANTEED.*
'FOR .FULL" -.INFORMATION ?ADDRESS*BOX ;
%ji SIS,^ CALL OFFICEr 3D. r AND MARKET* BTS.T
;{i SAN -, FRANCISCO;,; V:fV>:. V/'-v';. "'\u25a0 \u25a0; .- ..::,;.;
WANTED-^- Young i lady who ' unflerstandu • ddublo.
''" gentry '& book :' keeping : i must ibe j accurate j a t ' { fig-"
B ures | and I in . cvery^way > prepared ito I handle \u25a0 set
i'<ots books;- '" Apply J with ; references . to BEN •J.
\u25a0SJ SCHMIDT: & ; COr/ 35 and 87, SansomeTst. ''^iX-g.
v— «--•-> \u25a0\u25a0; •\u25a0-^;w -».OAKLANU.'v,->s.v -=\u25a0,.; :."'.;.- --,-„;
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. - PAID > SALARY
;•-?:-\u25a0 v:r-; >-.i1..-.WHILE' LEARNING;, \u25a0.-\u25a0i:-,.^^^
LBVI | STR AUSS x & CO.; '\u25a0\u25a0 3D : AND * CLAY i STS.*
t^;y-,; r^-APPLYS TO ;MRr ; DAVIS: <y-:--^^..^j
LEARN'HAIR DRESSTNGrMANICURING. HAIR
tWORK I NG.'fjK MASSAGE ; r.r special k; teachers ; '
evening I cIasses.J.THB ' NEW^ MILDRED , HAIR !
PARLORS^l3o;6eary;gt^ff:&rA:y^"f:' ;-: Ya?:
COM P A N lO Nis and g to^ assist t* with>* housework ;
; \u25a0 $15.^Apply; 242 Dolorer at.': near j Wtn. \u25a0 i
FEMALE HELP ' WANTEl^Conitlnned
LEARN hair . dressing , at : CALIF. 1 COLLEGE OF
HAIR DRESSING and ' Beauty. Culture;- day
.and night school; individual instructions; form-
ulag given. 96? Mi Market st. bet. sth and 6th.
WANTED-»-Young women to train as nurses, 1 be- '
y. tween ; ages ot - 20 and -30; of-good education,
' neat appearance. Box 3998, Call ; Office, Oak-
\u25a0\u25a0: land.-y;--, .:.; l j, \u25a0.:.-,; -';..\u25a0 r :^-,,: \u25a0 :\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0--\u25a0 '.-'.:.\u25a0
WANTED^-Young woman -experienced- in dra-
pery, department. > Apply HALE. BROS., INC.,
711 th and^Washington sts.v- Oakland. . -
WANTED— Neat young '\u25a0 girl to ; assist with baby
- and ; make herself generally • 403 Fair
'•\u25a0 Oakßist. cor. 25th' -;:-.. : '.-.;-..\u25a0.-- - ri a. '
SPECIAL rates — Learn hair dressing;. manicuring,
- hair, wrk: ; only \u25a0 system \u25a0in • 3 wks: ; posl. ' walt-
Ing. > MILDRED hair, store, 1475 Haight st.
YOUNG woman wanted to do chamber work in an
y institution. ;. Call^ 1500 Broadway. : v
W'ANTED-^-Competent second girl.' small family;
>v*good -wages." v Call; in morning;, 2501' Scott st.
EXPERIENCED-, salesladies i wanted. :; Golden
• Gate Cloak House,- Market st. near Jones. -_.\u25a0:
GIRL" for. cooking and housework; wages-$25.
;«.,1£65 Guerrero st. -'---:•»-";.\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0 -.-...'•. . . - -
WANTED — Women and children to .cat; .'about
'June 20. Address F. L. GORDON. Sulsun. Cal.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH : OF THE CALL IS
- ATM 6M 1 FILLMORE BT. ' ' • • ~
' MALE HELP^WANTED
" $10.00 f - $10.00:: $10.00
; FOR TEN DOLLARS I WILL TEACH YOU
SHORTHAND; MY * SYSTEM .CAN BB
TAUGHT IN NOT OVER, 6O DAYS. GUAR-
ANTEED SATISFACTION; I HAVE A VERY
* EASY SYSTEM TTO -LEARN ' AND I TEACH
>BY : MAIL. FULL INFORMTJON -CAN BB
OBTAINED BY WRITING BOX 819, CALL
OFFICE, 3D - AND '\u25a0 MARKET STS.. SAN
FRANCISCO.
SHORTHAND BY MAIL
EXPERIENCED MALE STENOGRAPHER
WILL TEACH SHORTHAND BY MAIL; PER-
SONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO EVERY
PUPIL: TERMS ONLY $10 FOR ENTIRE
COURSE. - SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
/, FOR -FULL- INFORMATION ADDRESS BOX
818. CALL OFFICE, 3D AND MARKET STS.,
SA*N FRANCISCO. , :
ANDRE'S, '1044 Larkin— Lunchman, $50; ice
cream 'maker and help on cakes,. $15 wk. ; bus
boy. : $8-$9 wk. ; • janitor, oil bnrner,: s3s; wait-
\u25a0 er, resort, $30; r dishwashers, resorts and hotels;
. $30-$35 ; ; French i kitchen boy, • $30; r assistant
; garde manger.- $40; " cooks,' porters : and hotel
.^help of .every kind, etc. , v _ , : \u25a0' . ,
MEN- wanted for firemen and brakemen on nearby
railroads; ; age 18 • to : 35; . experience nnneces-
:sary;jno strike; permanent employment; flr«-
- men $100 > monthly;- brakemen $75; -promotion
I to engineers; conductors; 400 men sent to posi-
tions - monthly; : state - age; • send ttamp. Ball-
way Association, care Call:. - .' ' " f . V
BOYS ; wanted ; 'good: 'wages. 258 .Montgomery
• street. . '. - \u25a0, .. •
MEN,' and -women;- learn vthft -barber; trade: we
teachyou In B,weeks:.Moler. colleges supplied
;- 4,800 ;.«Ituatlons' last year at good -.wages; .we
can, not supply, the demand' for our graduates;
:: you 1 make wages :. while • learning. . \u25a0 Holer Col-
- litfe, 234 3d st." V..: - : : : - '\u25a0; ".'\u25a0'.; ,'" :>..,.--',-. \~i,
WANTED— Honest man .for posi-
: " tlon iwith - established •\u25a0\u25a0 company doing \u25a0 large
' -"and > constantly increasing business; > salary
'j $ lt'O Ito \u25a0 start and - share of profits : - $3,000 In-
1 vestment f required. ~ Address .-.box 70S. ; Call. . -
POSITION.' wanted as cannery foremXn;ion« who
% has had many years' experience as foreman and
> : handle any department; .understands the sani-'
B tary can and" machinery^ and' everything . in th«
'. '";' canning line; ;.r«f erences.X: Box 848,' : Call • office.
WE want a few live,*: responsible men and women
'ac deputies " for .' Fraternal i Order * Mountaineers
f 'In ;Cities"andt towns around 'the- bayr we ha v«
\u25a0 I the ' best 'proposition -on - the coast. . F. O. - M. ,
\u25a0^room 82.1 Bacon block. ' Oakland, CaL' -'--; ::\u25a0'"\u25a0 :
WANTED— Machinists, molders , and pattern' mak-
ers to stay away from "Stockton, 'Cal;; strike on
: : . at the : Sam pEon . iron works, Aurora gas engine
\u25a0."\u25a0: company. -jHouser \u25a0 & ' Haines ' and - the \; Holt
• manufacturing i company. .. \u0084„•\u25a0•--.,*, ' \u25a0 ,
NEWi invention: best yet:' telf-heaiting flat'iron; |
I ; beats I them ' all ; \u25a0: housewives • see . operated \ they ;
• buy; t no 'pumping; 1 no • tank '\u25a0 in \u25a0 the way; write
•' for exclusive - territory. v> ELMHURST SYNDI-
CATE, MS 10th St.. Oakland, Cal.
.WANTED— First i class I copper plate , script : ea-
; ; graver; - give g reference;- submit" samples v of
i t work ; < i state - salary "\u25a0 expected. VAddress Low-
raan : & Hanford Co.; Seattle."'^ %:.-\u25a0'.- -j.k" :_
iIEN ' AND -WOMEN • to > learn • the " barber trade ;
.-" absolutely j. free t,to ; next HO;'; no : limit ; to ' time;
\u25a0; - Write : on call for ; par ticulars. y> The S. F. \u25a0 Bar-
-iber.SCollege.^^OOJHoward et.V * , \u0084>-'
.WANTED-^Steady." s , reliable man to | help ' manage
- 1 established | Market | lt."« business; 5 will • pay.-, $30
»". weekly ; ! requires : an Investment ; of- $200 ; - : no ex-
H perience necessary." Call 1122 Market sr.,-< rm: v 2;
LABORERS aud mechanics to Know, that Edward
"r Rolkin has [reduced \ the >' rooms lat - the Denver
\u25a0 house,- 3d and Howard sts., > to 33c ; per . day; $2
\u0084- ,;. week;: hot; and icoldiWater,) In every 'room. ,- ,
WANTED--600 1 men Ito I occupy "• rooms,' 20c to 30c
•Xper tight (free bath); at the NEW- YORK, 753
jgHoward St.- between 3d; and 4th.^^; \u0084
.WANTED-^Men, ! ; $5 day ; $10 required for use of
! V patent^- Pleasanton hotel,- 1162 Washington St.;
;^Oakland.T-?--"'".^:V'i:^'..'. .'\u25a0-'" V'".-r'^.v-. *-".-' \u25a0:" :\u25a0\u25a0'. -?\u25a0*'-\u25a0
AA— SALESMEN-^Experienced autoinonlle acces-
>i'sory^salesmenlfor.»anlautomobile specialty ;- en-
t% tlre^-j new on \ the ; coast.'fe: 1612 : Call* btilldlng. ,; .
" FIRST class •\u25a0 laboratory j man | wanted \ for . dental
;' : of flee; good, salary and poiltion to the right
- -' '' kind . of a m a n.'^ Address ; box 699," Call office, p
MAN' and wlfo to cook for 25 students in a camp;
no bread baking. • MISS PLUNKETTy 1896
,^. Setter^ >\u25a0*' _~l^:~\;/, ;:;•.-. •';<>.x:^./ : .- . -.
OFFICE I boy , wanted ; I $15 a month ' to s tar t , with ;
;\u25a0 chance g for f adTancement.^/ Apply f between ? 10
'.|> and ! 12,^ 308 Pacific building.:^^ l'."-. v' - : . -:;\ v . y.
> WANTEDr^Man> to I contract jto j paint j and repair
m sign« board»;as Call 5 ati supt.'s ( office i9l to i llia.-
|j to.*, jHALH ; BROS.T' INC. . ? Market j and ' 6th i sU;
MEN I wanted <i at . 103 " 3d ; st. to t have t their " shoes
repaired; ; «« w ed solea ,7sc, doae .in' 10. tnlauUa»
MALE HELP WAJ»~TEp-^-Contlnned
NOTICE— LOOK— READ.
"TODAY IS THE DAY"
WE WANT TO SEE ALL
Our old -and new friends at our bljr new stores,
where we will be permanently located, 752-754-
786 Howard st. - . \u25a0 .
» MURRAY k READY,
LEADING EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
752-754-756 HOWARD. ST.
BET.' 3D AND 4TH, San Francisco.
PHONES: '
: SUTTER 1205 AND 1206 ..HOME J-1546
BRANCH OFFICES:
7th and Broadway, opposite S. P- depot.
i Oakland.
Phones— Oakland 73«1, Home A 5745.
. 2d and H sts.," Sacramento. "*\u25a0 \u0084
2d and Main sts. and 126 Marchesauli St., r
Los Angeles.
528 Jackson . St., San Francisco.
9,687 MEN WANTED TODAY
For all classes of work In Oregon, Washington,
- NeTada; Arizona, New - Mexico, and all parts
of California; wages from $60 to $150.
• WE SHIP DAILY — R. R- WORK
O. &E. B. R.— C. N. E. U. R-— S, P. R- R-
C. P. R. R., C. NEVI R. R.,-8. R- B. WORK
ALL FREE FARB.
FEES FARE;— FREE FARB r
- ; OREGON— OREGON
X LAM ATH FALLS, ' . \u25a0; ,
CALOR— DORRIS .- - \u25a0 »
1,652 men wanted today, including teamsters,
laborers, drillers, . rockmen, tunnelraen. etc.,
trackmen, strappers, splkers, steel and ballast
gangs, for the construction of the O. and E.
R. B. and the BIG NEW TUNNELS, and track
.. gangs; wages $60, $75, $90 and $105.
ALL FREE FARB TO THIS WORK.
SHIP TODAY. -
FREE FARE— AGAIN
TO THAT NEW WORK.
OLANCHA— OLANCHA
VIA HAIWEE AND MOJAVE.
TEAMSTERS— TEAMSTERS
CO teamsters, construction work, on California
and NeTada B. R., $67.50.
FREE FARE.
NO OFFICE* FEE.
IgpBKcFREE FARB.
For construction work.
r~;*C. P. R- B, CO.'
ROCKLIN TOCOLFAX,'' -
BOWMAN, CLIPPER GAP, AUBURN,
LOOMIS, PENBYN AND NEWCASTLE.
; .: 500
LABORERS .......:........;.."....... ....;..
400
DRILLERS
' V —^-500— —
TEAMSTERS (2 and 4 h0r5e)..... 560 to $67.50
_:_ 300
TUNNELMEN $75
REMEMBER,
NO OFFICE FEE AND FREE FARS,
; BRING YOUR BLANKETS AND GO.
'OUR BUSINESS
OUTGREW OUR OLD LOCATION,
- -.SO .'•\u25a0-...:'' ..'
. : We had to move to • larger, •" more conTenlent
and centrally located stores to handle the im-
mense business we are doing, .
SO
Here we are at *;JpsOQpfs9£lHBSHHH
\u25a0 : 752,i784 and 7SQ HOWARD ST.
.. • \u25a0 "Between 3d and 4th.
- , FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
, SEE HIM HERK AT OUR \
-• OFFICE TODAY.
\u25a0--\u25a0* EUREKA— HUMBOLT
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BIG LUMBER
v, .-v,'.* COMPANY.
60 laborers for the mills, yards and woods of
\u25a0 the sawmills of ' Humboldt county. $60.
HERB- ARE SOME I GOOD ONES BY LATE
WIRE.
'Lathe hand machinist; country, boss here, $3.80
.:-day.-- ,:: -. .: . \u25a0 -\u25a0 r \u25a0 - \u25a0
3 deck \u25a0 hands, ; dredger, • $45 and f ound.\
2 ship Joiners, free fare, $4 day.'
. 20 brick wheelers, country, 40c and 60c per it.
2 cement finishers. $4 and $4.50 day.
Glazier, steady Job, country,. s3 day. .
3 dairymen; Plumas county, fare paid, $45
and; found. ,i. ........ - .. .. \u25a0.
, Shingle sawyer. . '
FREE FARE.
•-;.-\u25a0•; TOOL SHARPENERS— BLACKSMITHS. -
\u25a0 •-\u25a0 2 • tool . sharpeners, • railroad work, free fare,
; - $90/' v \u25a0 >'\u25a0:\u25a0-:;\u25a0 .t..-.-. \ :•\u25a0".» ;\u25a0•£.-\u25a0• '\u25a0' \u25a0
.*"*2 camp blacksmiths. 'free fare,'s9o."
INSIDE FACTORY WORK— STEAD Y.x
~ - 10 laborers, steady work. " country,* $2 day.
'DOX'f FORGET
OUR NEW PHONE NUMBERS
- \u25a0 - \u25a0 ( . - \.-'ASE '"-\u25a0\u25a0-
\u25a0 ' SUTTER -1205 AND! 1206. "
HOME J-IW6. '
OUR STREET NUMBER ,
782, 7S4AND7S6 HO WARD. ST.
BETWEEN 8D > AND , 4TH.
'•TODAY ISTHE DAY WE SHIP. -;
iO" / FREE FARE— ARIZONA.
, NOW WAY DOWN SOUTH.
FREE FARE. -. '--FREE FARE."- -
TUCSON. ARIZONA. v
; — S. P. FENCE GANG. " .v
15-3 25 : laborer* to go to Arizona \u25a0to work in fence
. gang.- sBo. to \u25a0 $67.50. '.lawiipniijwiiiiiii naqr^MgaH
YOUR ; FARE FREE TO ARIZONA.
- LOOK HERB AGAIN.
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
- FREE FARE. -
• SOUTH. '. r.»* . SOUTH.
25 ': laborers; ' no experience required; $67.50.
\u25a0 ,\u25a0-. free fare.
ship today.'*'
.-\u25a0- SEE HEEE. "
- -YOUR FA RE: PAID TO '
TU 0 LU MNE— TUOLUMN E— TUOLUMNB.
' ; .~- " "BOX^FACTORrES.
' LUMBER-YARDS. ; - :
H lO- young men \u25a0 and boys ; to work in box f ac-
tories. J52.50 to $G0: fare paid.
5 10 laborers to handle lumber, \u25a0\u25a0 fare . paid.' $60.
i i^ v FRUIT. PICKERS.
- 25 \u25a0 men - and - boys to • pick - and woik , In fruit ;
;r ( 50c fare;,s34 and fonnd.t ; , ,
\u25a0-'- -v- FREE FARE."
-^WILLITSTAND EUREKA,
i '25 Mexican-laborers;" freeifare; $67.50.
.1 FREEWARE— EUREKA; -
50 laborer*," new railroad work. $60; free fare. '
::~'i-U- ! .--Z' J . OIL. COMPANY'S .WjORK.v - ; '
-> s\ laborers," oil company; board in hotel; $2.25 ;
' day. . - *'.g«p6»»i«Br#*^ • •.\u25a0'•.!
;.;..- %'j:-;-,. I>ATE 1- SPECIALS.-"- "\u25a0/-.,?' >V.'i
i. \ Blacksmith, v lumber -company,: $1' fare, J3.50 '
v] day.'iv- « ' .-<; ;*-'i -;'. ',:.> ;, JIiIiP^BIMIIIIWAji, li
:;' Federal blue print operator;- food wages.'-
" -'-\u25a0 2 macblno mlotrs.i auarry,- $3O.
Goldberg
Bench band, wood turner, etc., country. $3.3*J
day.
Diamond drill runner. $120.
2 derrick engineers, swinging boom, power com-
pany $105.
2 ship Joiners, free fare. $4 day.
Mode! and moid maker, factory; $3.50 day.
EUgertnea. Santa Cruz, Tuolumne and Shasta
counties. $00- to $100.
Harness maker, ranch, south; $10 and found.
Tool Mharr.ener and blacksmith, quarry. $105.
27 blacksmiths and helpers, cvuntry shops and
ra»clies. 53 to $4 day. :
Wood worker, $1S week; stlckerman, sonta.
$00;' 2 carpenters, mine. $103.
4 machinists, country. $3 to $3.50 day.
SISKIYOU AND SHASTA.
BOYS FOR BOX FACTORIES.
25 factory boys. $1.75 and $2 day. -.
60 men for piling lumber and laborers for
railroad grade. $(50 to $73.
FAEE REFUNDED.
FRESNO. BAKERSFIELD
AND MOJAVE DISTRICT 3.
100 men for pipeline work; tongmea, paper-
men, dltchmen and laborers, $75 to $90 and
fare refunded.
HAY MAKERS. HARVEST HANDS. ETC.
29 men ' and stros? boy& to picK and work in
fruit. $34 to $37.50 and found. . . •
ICO men to work in bay, ran mowers, team,
pitch, staci, etc., $1.5U and $2 day and fd.
50 men to work in harrest, $2 and $2.50 day
and found. \u25a0
176 teamsters and farm bands, $30 and $10
and found. -. "•?
2 saeep herders, south. $35 and found.
27 milkers, $40 and found; ebcremen. $30 aad
fonnd; gardeners, near city, /$35 and $45 and
found. - .
COAL MINERS— COAL MINERS.
FARE REFUNDED.
NEW MEXICO— OREGON.
100 coal miners for New Mexico and Oregon or
contract; big wages: fare refunded. *
FREE FARE— OREGON.
. 10 married laborers. »«wnilll. free far*.
Farmer and wife, soctb, boss here. $65 and fd.
• COSTS YOU NOTHING
TO SHIP \u25a0- •- '-
FOR A LARGE MANUFACTURING
COMPANY'S WORK.
100 laborers, no experience required, for ont-
side work, also to work in. mills and stock-
house; wages from $60 op. steady year round.
COSTS YOU NOTHING TO SHIP. ;
BRING YOUR BLANKETS TO OUR.
OFFICE— WE WILL SHIP YOU.
BRICK YARDS, CONCRETE WORK. ETC.
100 laborers to wheel and handle brick. $35
to $40 and found; laborers to work in concrete.
$2.50 day, fare refunded.
WAREHOUSE.
25 laborers for trucking and working arotmd
warehouses, $2.50 to $3 day.
MARRIED HELP.
Marker and distributer and wife to work In
country laundry. $5 day.
3 farmers and wires, chicken ranches, $30 and
found. - :
17 farmers and wires, different raacaet. .s4o
to $65 and found.
Farmer and wife, south, boss here, $65 and
found.
FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
COMPANY WORK.
TEAMSTERS. LOADERS. PLOW SHAKERS.
LABORERS.
25 teamsters, .dumpers, loaders, plow shaker*.
laborers for new company work. $60 to $73.
TARE FREE.
LABORERS. <
1,363 laborers for all classes of country work:
brick yard*. Quarries, manufacturing plants,
. cement works, factories of all kinds, pipeline
work, mines, mills, etc. ; • wages $60 to $30
month and no experience required on any of
this work. (,"\u25a0\u25a0;
DIRECTIONS
-TO REACH
MURRAY & READY'S
NEW LOCATION.
Take any Market street ear, transfer down
•3d st. to Howard, walk half block, west. Do
It today.
FROM 3D AKD TOWNSEND STS. DEPOT
Take 3d st .'cars to Howard St.. walk half
block wntri'£JM^nwii«jMin!a<Nßlßii
752. 754 AND 786 HOWARD ST.
Between 3d anJ 4th . IS THE PLACE.
HOTELS. RESORTS.
. SPRINGS.
5 waiters, springs hotel, $30 and found.
4 cooks, hay press. $40 to $30 and fonnd. -
Cook and waiter. $17.30 and $10 week, samer
place; .botcher, $1 fare. $43 and found.
Bar tender who' can draw steam beer. $60.
5 camp waiters, $23 and $30 and found, fre*
fare; camp cook. $60 t0. 575 aad found. fr»«
fare. -
- Waiter, country restaurant. 910 week *nd
found ; waiter, hotel, $1.30 fare, $35 . and
* found; dish washer, mine boarding house. $35..
and found.
Marker and distributer, laundry, sonta. $IS
week; washer, country laundry, $lS.week; or-
derly institution.
Cook. club. $60 and fonart: waiter. not«l. So-
noma caonty. $35 and found; cook. 0 men. $33
and fonixi; cook, restaurant." $1 fire. $16 w*«k.
Cook. Sonoma county, $40 and found; wtitter.
$30 anil found: 3 camp -waiter* and dish waiit-
-. era, $30 and $33 and found, free fare.
.17 camp cools, north and sooth. $60 ' to $SQ
"and found; second cook. $40 and found, free
k - fare; 5 camp waiters. $25 and $30 and found/
-freefarer 2 camp bakers, $43 and found; 3
. ranch cooks. $35 to $50 and found.
• "T-cooks. other country hotels. $4u to $80 and
found: butcher. $45 and found: foreman, bak-
e ry. $25 week;'© bakers* helpers. $30 to $40
and found: laundry help. Ironers. starchers and
washers, $40 to $60 and found; waiter, $1 fare.
$30 and found: porters,' kitchen hands and dl«h
washers, $30 to $40 and found.
COMB TODAY— READ -
SPECIAL LIST Or JOB 3
'. .? On Onr Bulletin Boards. '
GET OUR DAILY LISTS.'. •
NEW JQB3 COMING IN ALL DAY
By phone. \u25a0 ip lesram and mail.
WATCH OUR BULLETIN BOARDS.
MURRAY & READY.
. 752. 784 and 756 Howard. St., '
'- Between 3d- and 4tn Sts.; ft. T.
' ". 7th and Broadway Su.. Oakland.
Branch 3. F. Office, ; 529 Jacksoo St. 1.
i WANTED— Yoan; man experienced In ' drap«ry '
department. Apply HALS BROS.. INC.; lltn
and t Washington st».. Oakland.
ITEN ' -of r ideas with some • • inTsntlre - ability. *
OREELEY . & MeINTIRJB, Patent Attoraeys. :
Washington. P.>C - \u25a0 , ...;.:\u25a0. . -^ = .
WANTED ' at onc»— ActtTe V yoonj; man; steady. . :
place; "pays good- wages; $150 cats . required;
\u25a0 ' \u25a0 money 'secured. \u25a0 Call 966 Market st., room 7.
BOY wanted for bootblack; steady Job. Addrtis
."cocner Post and Stockton sts. , , \u25a0 ,
YOUNG man for, an established instltntion, f S3
m0. ; .- 1130 cash required. . 305 .Westbaok ,Ws. \u25a0
BAR TENDER wanted. - Call . In lh« mornla;,
Paclfie and Drnmm sts.. M. UOONET-.
BOY of 16 to assist in wholesale houi«. P. O.
' Continued aa SertPtjt \u25a0- "
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