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nISS DOROTHY EATON, whose engagement to Rufus Hatch Kim
ball has just been announced, lives in one of the most beautiful homes
in California. The gardens of Riso Rivo are world famous. They
have been celebrated in poem and story, and a visit to them is, to
paraphrase Baedeker, one of the trips that tourists in Santa Barbara on no
account omit. '
On the estate, which covers a sloping hillside at Montecito, is a Japanese
tea garden, for which Eaton imported many rare bulbs and dwarf trees, and
the services of a landscape gardener as well, from Tokyo.
An Italian garden is laid out about the .residence 'and on a picturesque
lake float several real Venetian gondolas. The park is filled with beautiful
trees, some of them brought half across the World, and there "is over the
place a tone of age which it has taken the genius of a German, landscape
gardener to produce.
The owners of this Eden have always been most generous in sharing its
beauties with strangers, who on certain days of the week are free to wander
through its winding driveways. Mrs. Eaton, who, like her husband, takes a
thoroughly justifiable pride in the park, spends much time among her flowers.
Often she may be seen advising a gardener or training a vine in the way, it
i-hould go. A short time ago several Eastern tourists were driving slowly
along one of the avenues, when they came across a simply attired woman,
who, trowel in hand, was bending over a flower bed. The automobile paused
and the visitors, who had evidently been discussing an odd variety of acacia,
referred the question to her.
"Can you tell us, my good woman," asked one, "the name of that flower
ing tree?" Mrs. Eaton courteously gave the information, and the strangers
continued their tour of her domain, serenely unconscious of the. fact that they
had been patronizing its mistress.
* • •
Mr. and Mrs. (Hermann
Sehussler have deferred
their departure for Eur
ope, owing to Schussler's
ill health. They will
leave the last of this
month and will meet
their daughters, Mrs.
Martin Treuss and Miss
Alice Sehussler, in' Ger
many. Mr. and Mrs.
Treuss, whose marriage
took place recently in
Florence, will make their
home abroad, but Miss
Alice Sehussler will re
turn to San Francisco
with her parents next
winter.
* » * -
Miss Marjorie Shepard
* » »
Since her return from
Fanta Barbara a few
days ago Miss Hclene
Xrwln has been the cen
tral figure at various
teas and luncheons. One
of the recent parties at
\u25a0which she was a conspic
uous jruest was the din
ner and theater party
piven by her fiance,
Templeton Crocker. The
guests assembled at the
St. Francis for dinner
and later in the evening
enjoyed a theater party.
Among those present
were Miss Irwin, Bert
Payne, Mrs. Harold Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs.
ISaldwiu Wood.
• * *
left last evening for Se
attle, where she will re
.main indefinitely as the
guest of her sister, Mrs.
Edwin C. Long. Miss
Shepard has been visit
ing here for several
weeks and has been
entertained by the
younger contingent dur
ing her stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Xorman
Livermore will leave
next week for Seattle
Miss Marian Miller,
who has been seriously
ill at .Adler sanatorium.
is greatly improved, and
will be removed to the
family residence in Pa
cific avenue in two
weeks. Miss Miller was
brought home last week
from Santa Barbara,
where she -was stricken
with the illness that
necessitated her going
to the hospital.
• • .
Mrs. Francis Brady,
the wife of Captain
Brady, will entertain at
an informal bridge par
ty at the Presidio this
afternoon, when the
feted guest will be the
fister of the hostess,
Mrs. Raymond Briggs,
wife of Captain Briggs.
The party will be a sort
of farewell reunion, as
Captain and Mrs. Brady
expect to sail shortly for
the Philippines.
Miss Jennie Crocker
was hostess at one of
the dinner parties of the
veck given at the St.
Francis and entertained
her guests afterward at
the theater. Among
those who enjoyed the
gathering were:
Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Pillsbury
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Cooper
Stewart Lowerv
Mrs. Walter S. Martin
Dr. Tracy Russell
' • • •
Mi^s -Klva de Pue and.
Miss Marcia Foe are
among the girls who
have recently returned
to town, and enjoyed an
informal reunion at tea
yesterday at the Palace.
MEETITXGS — •Lod|t««_^
MISSION fhaptor Sn. T"«. R. A. M. "?s^S*r»
5,.. ,-i«| m.-.:i !:= THIS <THrKSDAV»By*ff*j<S
KVKN'INt" at s . \u25a0.!•« k. Mark Miislcr W^gfj3
R. S. A I A. EN. S« rotary. MBO
ISLAM TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. a yfflT
M. S,. WIU. CONVENE IN
RLGI LAR STATED SKS- /VtJvJWX !
SIOX AT HEADQUARTERS. / .I?*** 1
4?. POWELL ST.. THIS \*%£&&\
iTHURSDAYI EVENING AT \KI><K3U
7:30 O'CLOCK. HY HRDKU \&£&A&
«'F THE POTENTATE.
J<• H N .BE N N ET. Recorder.
1 lI'KI.ITY 1-xlre No.- 12<>. T. f; A. M.. ~jT~
Kp»sial merting THIS (TUrusDAY* *«^^'
i:\XNING. «t 7:30 o'clock. 149 i:«ldy TiJR
*r. : first degrr-e. Marons cordially in- • '
TltKl. FREDERICK BARRY. Secretary.
FAN MATEO lodge No. 226. F. & A. M. J M
First f!«Krcc THIS (THURSDAY) *J*%r
. EVENING. E. S. MOULTON. /V\
-, : -.*.'' : Secretary.
GOLDEN GATE lodge No. 30. F. \u25a0& A. jt
M-. will asFomlilf TODAY. Aug. ll.<«^««
nun. at 1 :.*><\u2666 p. m.. in Fraternal hall, /V^\
I. O. O. F. hldg.. Market and 7th sts..
t-i «-oDduot the funeral of our late brother.
HENRY URESCHER. Master Masons aud
fri< nds- «if dei'fHKfil rPspM-tf ully invited.
KDWIX L. MEYER. Sporetary.
I>ORIC U«lg«> No. 2I« F. & A. M.— Special A
iner-ting THIS (THURSDAY) EVE.V--#V_
!"«<;. First dpgroe ri T::"u .."<-lo<-k. Siri/yT
Suttor t,treet. By order of tbe Ma«ti>r, ' ~ >
J. ft. GOLDSMITH. Secretary.
JEWEL lrnige No. 374 F. & A. M.— Spe T Jk-
<ial mating THIS DAY {THURSDAY) yJ%-
at 1:30 p. m. Second dpjrroe. Onfts- J\2\
men invited. CHARLES S. TRUE. S<«c. »
PRESIDIO lrKit*. No. 354. F. A A M — Jl~
King Solomon's hall. 173:t Fillmoro st
B. L. HESSELTINE. Soorrtary.
CALIFORNIA lodge No. 1.. F. & A. M'• 'M "
—Special meeting THIS (THURSDAY) .
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock, ("oinmnnderv X>T
ball, -135 Stitter street. First deKwe '~\
EDWARD PEABODY. Secretary.
ABOU BEN AD HEM lodge No. 112 j^ygfttr.
I. O. fi. F.. Till and Market st>.
liiiiiMtifn TONIGHT. "\u25a0"N&^jjSr
W. C. BROCK. Reo. Sec. " *-**&r& r
GOLDEN WEST lodge No. :K»2. I. O. o*maw.-
O. F. <».M Follow^' h!dg.. 7th .i£2?^«£«
n'jd Market sts. First d^ereo
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENINCJ.
Visitors welcome. R. A. UREN, N. G. :
G. L. KENNARD. Rec. Sec.
CLAN FRASER No. 78, Order of ,^«^
S.-<.ttif-h Cl«us. Hrpular meeting TO- 1 JgVS
MORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING, at <j^VV
Ameriosin hall. Big initiation: im- • ajiVY-
portant business. Full attendance
roquei-tcd. By order of the fhicf. J
" * •- ALEX SMITH. See.
6; F. Scottish Thistle ohih meet* . »/ • C=> v.
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, *»>»/
Ai:g. 11, in Scottish hall." l'Jl Lur-
kin Kt. \u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0... .
WALTER G. CAMPBELI a y*FW<&
Royal . Chief.
JOHN A. HANXAY, . Recorder.
THE
SMART
SET
Dr. Edward Cecil Se
wall and his bride, who
was Miss Amy - Heitshu
of Portland, are receiv
ing a cordial welcome
upon their return from
their wedding Journey
abroad. They have been
traveling in Europe for
several^ months. Dr. and
Mrs. Sewall are estab
lished in their residence
in Vallejo street.
. • - • '}*'•'
Miss Grace Bromfield
is passing the summer
in Los Angeles as the
house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Fletcher El
liott. She has been en
tertained at a succession
of informal parties, and
one of the most enjoy
\u25a0 able of these was the.
card party given in hon
or of the visitor by Mrs;
T. T. Patterson of the
southern city.
• * *
Mrs. tHenry Kierstedt,
who accompanied her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
' Peter. Mcßean, to Xew
York last spring, has re
turned and is the guest
of Mrs. George Newhall
at Burlingame, where
she will spend several
weeks. Mr. and. Mrs.
Newhall, who were
among the ', visitors in
Santa Barbara last
month, accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. George Pope on
their return last week.
'* * •
According to their
present plan Mrs. Julian
Sonntag and her daugh
ter, Miss Ha Sonntag,
will remain at Castle
Crag until late in Sep
tember. They have
taken a cottage there
and have been entertain
ing the young friends
of Miss Sonntag at a se- I
ries of house parties. •
'•• • • -
Miss Lottie Woods is
enjoying a'brief visit in
town and is at the fam
ily home in California
street, but will return
• within the week to Los
Gatos, where she will
join her mother, Mrs.
Frederick N. Woods, and
her sisters, the Misses
Maude . and Dorothy
Woods, who are passing
the summer there. The
family will not return
probably until late in
September.
to be absent until Sep
tember. On their return
Mrs. Livermore will have
as her house guest her
sister, Miss Rebecca
Seely of GaJveston, who
is spending several
months in California.-
Allan Powers is home
after a trip of several
months in the Sierras.
• » •
Mrs. Eugene Hewlett
of Los Angeles Is in
town for a brief visit
•with relatives. During
the early part of her
Ftay. she has been witJi
friends in Piedmont...
•• - *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Proctor will go to Del
Monte for the golf
tournament later in the
month. They are the
guests of Mrs. Proctor's
mother. Mrs. .C. F. Mac-
Dermot, across the bay.
• • •
Mrs. Gerrit Livingston
Lansing: ani her daugh
ter/* Mildred Lansing,
have returned to town
and are again at their
home in Pacific avenue
after an outing of sev
eral weeks at Carmcl
and at Santa Barbara.
LOST — Brown canvas army overcoat blanket
lined with belt on the road Sunday between
Sun Rafael and Petaluma. $15 reward If re-
turned to room SOl, Postal Telegraph build-
ing, city. .
LOST — In Oakland, on Monday last, gentleman's
. broad, plain gold ring, mounted with skull and
I crnssbones; keepsake. " Return to 3794 Pied-
mont ay.. Oakland, receive reward.
LOST — A bunch of keys, : Saturday, between 20tb
Mission and 19th, Howard; return 2293 How- ;
ard; reward. .. -;
LOST — Lemon colored Great Dane puppy; play-
fuj; black circle across shoulders. . 1553 Post
' ft. ; reward. . . . *
LOST— GoId knife; $5 reward. Return to Hotel
." Harcourt. • \u25a0 .. ,
LOST — Black and white fox terrier, tag No. 2635
Return 615 Jackson fit.; reward.-
LOST — Gold watch, email diamond initials G.
E. M.; return to 40 Fulton Bt.;. reward.
LOST— Friday, clnb pin; reward. C. C. C, 333
Kearny St.. room 506. --\u25a0-.\u25a0•'. r
I EMPLOYMENT WANTED— MaIe
ACCOUNTANT keeps small sets of booksfday
work only. • Address P. O. ; box 283, Berkeley.
BAKER'S helper. 33 years of age. 2 years* ei-
perience. wants steady position. Box ISIB. Call.
FIRST class candy maker would. like a position
In retail store., working 4 hours, ever y day.
Box 1815. Call office. V v '
' Reliable young man wants Job in hotel
" or institution; city or country. Apply
Employment Bureau, S. F. . Hotel News.
Douglas 2197. \u25a0.. 71S Pacific Building.
WANTED — By a competent book keeper, a small
tet of books to attend to evening*. Address
box 1253. Call office. • . ' -\u25a0..-.: .-.,,„.
YOUNG man familiar ' with general office work
and experienced in tbe newspaper business de-
Rlres position", . either city or country. Ad-
dress box 18S5. Call office. -
YOUNG man- would like position * driving Jan
auto; previous experience. \u25a0 Box 1817. Call.- ,
YOUNG man wishes position in small hotel", a:*
night clerk.,. Box. 1 SSI; : Call office.
YOUNG man wishes . position as carpenter; • con-
crete form molding, finishing., concrete 'work,'
plaster and: complete mechanic- Box 1723.
Call office. ; \u0084 \u25a0 ;-. ....
YOUNG man, "25 years of age. fair | education,
wishes position with . wholesale or manufactur-
ing concern;, outside work preferred; city ref-
\u25a0 crences. Box 4720. Call offlef. 1651
'.
GIRL wishes housework '.* and. to -assist' in cook-
ing. Call 208 Dore'st.; near r Harrison, >; be-
tween flth and 10th; no po6tals answered: r :/
WANTED^A position as manager, house keeper,
partner or | any hotel work ' by an experienced
hotel woman; stranger in city .and in need of
work. Box 1819, Call office. . v; - ' :-.- .' - ..
WOMAN wants work; by. the day.; washing or
any kind of housework;- is; a- good laundress.
A ddress 185 Valencia '; St.; . room 25. .\u25a0'< -~ *;- r : \u25a0;'-
WOMAN \u25a0' wants to . work , In 'a « laundry .-. to do
plain starch Ironing/ Box ; 1871,- Call >of flee. '
_, \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 • \u25a0* ._ , v_.-^ ' -\u25a0"-\u25a0\u25a0 - •* ' .:\u25a0\u25a0'.':\u25a0
THE SAIST FRA^GISGQ :CALL; THURSDAY; AUGUST 11, V 1910
EMPLOYM'T WANTED— Femnle^— Con.
YOUNG 'woman of experience \u25a0 wishes a position
_ caring f0r.,1- or '2 children 'attending .school:
\u25a0 ".would assist with upstairs work, or nurse; and
companion "' to v person ' requiring '. some ; care;
some hospital' training: . refs. Tel. West ; G53«.
YOUNG I German cook desires - situation"' in hos-
p ital,- hotel or family, • $45. ; -MISS DILLON,"
-113S Turk St.. West B4GB. • *" -
MURRAY & RKADYV
LEADING EMPLOYMENT -AGENTS,"""-' ' '
752-754-7 SO > HOWARD- ST.. -
\u25a0 BET. 3D AND 4TII STS, San Francisco. "
PHONES SUITKR 1205 and 1206, -Home' Jls46
BRANCH OFFICES: '1
7th and . Broadway, opp. S. P. depot,* *-
Oakland.
Phones Oakland 7361, '-» Home .-A5745. ,
\u25a0. 2d; - and H sts., Sacramento, . •-."
-2d and Main sts. and 12(> Marchesault st.,
\u25a0Los Angeles. ;
528 Jackson st., San Francisco.
\u25a0 ' --\u25a0; - " . - — — \u25a0\u25a0'\u0084'- /\u25a0 .-\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0
Men wanted for all classes of work, Arizona,
Nevada, Mexico, Oregon. Washington, Montana
•«nd all parts of California. : . \
FREE FREE FREE
FARE FARE FARE
\u0084 NATRON, OREGON,
VIA EUGENE. -
\C\V NATRON, OREGON,
r . , VIA EUGENE. "
-500 men for all. classes of railroad work at
NATRON, OREGON, including teamsters, la-
borers, rockmen, drillers; wages, $2.25 and
$2.50 day. . . ; \u25a0 •
ALL FREE- FARE.
50 Teamsters, NATRON.
50 Laborers, NATRON. •
FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY. -
NO' OFFICE FEE.
FREE FARE— FREE FARE.
- - KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON.
\u25a0 5,000 laborers, teamsters, drillers, ruckmen to
.work on O. and E. R. R. at
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON..
, SHIP DAILY.
AND OTHER DISTRICTS OF
OREGON— OREGON. ..
\u25a0 CALOR — CALOR.
Trackmen, spikers, strappers, ' men for steel
and ballast gaugs.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY.
FREE FARE. TODAY. FKEE FARE.
EUREKA.
50 laborers,' R. R. work. FREK FARE.
WILLITS AND SHERWOOD.
' FREB FARB.
Laborers and teamsters. -It. R. work. FREE
FARE. -•
TODAY. ; TODA-^" 1
EUREKA. EUREKA.
FREB FARE.
SEE BOSS AT OUR OFFICE AND GO WITH
HIM TODAY TO EUREKA."
MILLS. YARDS.-, WOODS.
25 laborers; no experience required; any good
milling laborers'can do this work, and "chance
to do better: for ono of • the . biggest lumber
• companies. Huniboldt count y, $GO.
FREE FARE. * SHIP TODAY.
20 laborers for. another lumber Co., Huniboldt
Co., $58.50. FREB' FARE.'
ALL FREE FARK. SHIP;TODAY.
' FRUIT PICKERS.
' WORK IN FRUIT. YOU CAN DO IT. :
15 men to pick and work in all kinds 'of fruits,
$00 to $37.50, fd.
. > ; SPECIAL. FREE FARE.
TRACKMEN. COMPANY WORK.
50 trackmen, spikers. strappers, men for steel
and )>allast gangs, ?2 to $2.40 day.
ALL FREE FAP.E. . SHIP TODAY.
• FREE FAKE.
STATION WORK. OREGON.
OREGON. FRKE FARK.
BE YOUR OW.N BOSS. MAKE BIG WAGES-
25 'Scandinavians, now station work; tunnels of
the O. & E. K. It.; by contract; good prices.
"r>ee about' it.
FREB FARB.
A" FEW LATE GOOD ONES.
Blacksmith, ranch, soufu :...,$65. fd.
Blacksmith helper, same ranch:.'. ..'... 540.> fd.
10 lumber pliers, near city....: .$2.50 day
.Track foreman, north $3.25 day
Section foreman, fogging road ... .$7O
.Stone ipason. rough work ; free fare . . $00
Deck hand, gas engine $40 to $.">i», fd.
2 brick layersi south ....... ..v . < ?7 day
Stableman, dray stable $14 week
3 LABORERS. DKBDGEU.
.10 laborers., no experience required, to work
for big dredgers 545 fd.
SPRINGS, GARDEN, FREB FARE.
W. P. K. R.-
50 laborers. FREE FARE. SHIP DAILY.
FREE FARB.
NO OFFICE FEE.
• NEVADA LINE. . .
Applegate, teamsters, drillers, rockmen,
tunnel men, etc.
FREE FARE.
" WOOD CHOPPERS. ,
50 wood choppers. $2 cord. FREE
FARE.
FARB FREE.-
AUSTRIAN'S. ITALIANS. '
50 Italian and Austrian laborers. $r,7.50, for a
big light and power company.
FRBB FARK. -
BRICK LAYERS— BRICK LAYERS.
FRBB FARE. -
10 brick layers; big job: $5 day.
FRBE FARE.
LABORERS. \
30 laborers, factory, board In hotel, .$2 day.
10 laborers, road work; fare refunded, $67.50.
FOR THE WOODS.
DONKEY ENGINEERS.
2 donkey engineers, woods, $CO. fd.
5 swamprrs, donkey engine line, $60, fd.
.10 laborers, no experience, $45 f d.
MISCELLANEOUS SPECIALS.
j HOTEL AND OTHER HELP.
Piano player for hotel, near city,' s2 day. fd.
Cook/thrashing outfit, San Mateo co., $60, fd.
2 camp cooks, $00. fd;free faro.
' Cook, .8 men. gold mine; $40 fd.
8 cooks, country hotels. $50 to $60 'and fd.
Butcher and drive wagon, $15 week.
Sausage maker, near city, $10 and fd.
5 cooks, ranches -and .bay presses, S4O and
$4,-» and fd. : ' "
2 porters, country hotels, ?30 and found.
Kitclien hands, dish washers, etc., $25, $."50
' and $40 and found. •.
SEE OUR BULLETIN BOARDS.
GET OUH DAILY LIST.
See who does The. business.
MURRAY & READY, 752-754-7Sti Howard St.
\ MURRAY & HEADY, *
782-7&4-7SC Howard st.
WANTED— AbIe bodied men for the U. S.
Marine , corps, between the ages of 19 and 35.
Must be native born or have first papers.
Monthly nay $15 :to $69. Additional compensa-
tion possible. Food, clothing, quarters and medi-
cal attendance free. After SO years' service can
retire with 75 per cent, of pay and allowances.
Service on board ship and ashore in all parts of
the world. "Apply U. S. Marine corps. Recruit-
ing station, 05 Market st..,San Francisco. CaL
MEN WANTED, age 18 to 35, for firemen, $100
monthly, and brakemen ; $80, on nearby rail-
roads; experience unnecessary; no strike; pro-
motion to engineers, conductors; railroad em-
ploying headquarters, » over 500 men "sent to
l>ositions monthly; state age; send stamn.
RAILWAY ASSOCIATION., care Call office.
HOP PICKERS wanted— Men, women and chil-
dren; a good outins.at good pay; fine, shady
camp grounds, on Russian . river; picking > be-
gins in a few days; register at once. as books
will be,- closed as soon as crew. is secured Call
or address AMERICAN HOP AND BARLEY
COMPANY. 110 California st.
WANTED— One chief gardener at $3.04 per diem-
a competitive examination will be held Sep-
tember 8, " 1010, for the purpose of filling the
above position. For further information ad-
dress COMMANDANT, Navy Yard, Mare
Island, Cal. \u25a0
ANDRE'S, 1044 Larkln St.— Tnilor for* an insti-
tution, $30; coachman and choreman 535-
laundryman, institution, $35: ehoreman and
tend horses, $30; bus boys. $35: kitchen hands
$30-$4O; French houseman, $30, fd. ; laundry
r boy, $25. . \u25a0 \u25a0 . . ... . -- . , . \u0084. :_:"
WANTED — Experienced salesman- who thorough-
ly, understands dry. goods, for/outside man In
wholesale department. 'Apply suptendent's of-
fice from 9 to ll.a; ;m.. Hale Bros. Inc '
Market and Oth sta.; , S. F. . •.• \u25a0 _ : \u0084
" <• \u25a0 ' "FREE— FREE— FREB. •
Men wanted to learn barber trade In 8 weeks-
entirely free; time no limit. Call or write »>a-i
; cific Barber College. - 670 Washington at. near
Kearny. ; . '. \u25a0\u25a0 .- - \u0084 - . - .; -
MEN and women, learn the barber trade; posi-
tions guaranteed; we can not supply demand for
our graduates; "expert instructors; we teach In
8 weeks I and pay wages while learning. » Call
and, let us explain the Moler system. 234 3d st.
WANTED — Specialty^ salesman, acquainted with.
<-ity. retail drug and candy, trade, for; splendid
line of eastern candy. , Apply by letter only
Ikix 120, 870 Monadnock bldg. ,
PANTRYMAN for a club; $30, room and • board
with, increase if capable: experience neces«arv'
- Call 'at 'MISS PLUNKBTT'S, ISOO Sutter st
. corner Webster.^ !"•;''<- v ; : \u25a0 \u25a0 ' - \u25a0 .
HOPS^— Reduced rate excursion tickets on special
: tr^inrfor our Mendocino co. hop ranches now
; ready.. Please call at once. E. C. HORST CO
;f!5O Pine St. S. F. :'; , ''
1 \u0084'\u25a0-. FREE— FREE— FREB I : ; r
We teach I the barber . business 1 absolutely • f rea to
next 10: no limit to time. 7 Call orwrite S <P
BARBER COLLEGE. 790 Howard 6t. near. 4th. :
BRIGHT young man (wanted for office work 1 and
.todo collecting. Address; in own -hand- wrlt-
I ing; , gi ye ;. references and age. ; . Box 1531," Call
','- OfflCe.', .* ', '-\u25a0; /i.tV--.". . :\u25a0-.. \u25a0•;\u25a0 •\u25a0 . , • - '. •\u25a0„...
YOUNG man, : 16 to 18, -, wante<l for office. - work;
\u25a0•;. high school- graduate preferred; 'salary. $6-per
• week. "Address, P. r O. ; Box'; 253(1.'' Station B. -4 y
.WAXTED — Cpmpetcnt salesin an , for . \u25a0 boys'. ' and
"^-children's- ha ts;.^ state -experience."" "Box' .1813
../Call" office. \u2666 ",-•\u25a0. , tt\\~ %'\u25a0\u25a0:.': *- v -. V-. ; ;<;\u25a0-\u25a0, ' \u25a0•'
EXPERIENCED: furnishing- poods .cutter, on
~: shirts ; and -overalls,' for; wholesale fiouse; "K-r--
terencet crence required.:; Address; box 1812,*' Call. ":^ -.
WANTED— Cement I laboratory • assistant : I young
man about 20 years; high school education 'Ad-
,>; dress ; boxy 1873;; Call office. ;: : ,
.WANTED-^6OO men to occupy, rooms, 20c to 30c
per night (free bath), at the NEW- YORK, 753
\u25a0,'\u25a0: Howar d- st. v between; 3d \u25a0; and •\u25a0 4th. \u25a0;\u25a0-' -.";.-
YOUNG man,- experienced in' wine. cellar; for bot-
,'. tllsgaud general work. 1 Apply superintendent's
" : ofnce,';The;Emporiiim.:.,- ... , \u25a0; -.*- \u25a0 .
MEN'of 'ldeas'- with 'somey'lnventiTe abllitr'
\u25a0~ GREELE V , & * McINTIBB. f Patent .Attorneys
' • \u0084Washlngton; D. C;?JA£U '-y'Sft-v'-: i-'^'i \u25a0,:'_\u25a0
'\u25a0\u25a0'"\u25a0' \u25a0" '-' t «^^ 1
' HELP WAXTED- Continued
WANTED— IO" track laborers. '.. Apply ;A'. J. SUL-
; LIVAN, section, foreniau.. Bay. "l'oint and'Clay-
ton . railroad; ; '\u25a0 Cpwell;,; Contra ; Costa : co.,' Cal.
WANTED— Boy" over jIC j years of " age I as' an ; ap-
\u25a0 Prenticc^iniroufoHndry. \ Box 1821, Call office."
FIRST GLASS ladles'; tnilor wanted: ladies'. tailor
: gHriiif-nts." \u25a0.'Lt-JItARRONV 2'!2 .O'Farrell fst. ,' .". .
FIUST'CLASS- ladies', tailors .wanted: fflso.ex-
', j'filencedbushelmen. -W. BARON; lIS Geary.
NEW-i WESTERN. ..' 1124 noward— Single rooms,,
- 15c ; .and. 20e ; per : night :< hot and cold -water.
MEN wanted at "103 ; 3d st. T to have their shoes
sewed soles 75c. done in 10 minutes.
TO LEAJR^^R^Ej^V;
\u25a0WANTED— Men at Los Angeles, no expense, to
.-.learn trades of electricity, automobiles, plntnb-
ing,: brick laying, by actual work on contract
, Jobs-.only- few -months. required; 200. students
last year; catalogue free. It*?:; Mkt. St.. S. F.
WANTED— - A 1A 1 worn an between 35 and:4s years of
age to take charge, of cash desk;; must be neat
, with the pen and quick ; and. accurate, \»ith' flg-
.- ures; salary $75 "a > month; office hours . from
S:3O to- 12 •and.' from 1 to 5:30: office closes on
at 1 o'clock. Please apply by letter
„ In' your own handwriting.. As there v will be
many applicants we request that you do not
. call in person; unless requested to do so. Write
. .such a letter as you would consider n siifflcient
guide-, in determining the fitness of an .appll-
caut if tlie positions were reversed. -Write
fully; don't leave anything unsaid that .-sbanld
l>e said, for. your letter,- will be our -'guide in
. determining . whether we . should like to -have
you call \u25a0 in. person. . Address . office Q, A.
SCHILLING & CO.. San Francisco.
AAAAA — Young women wanted a 6 operators by
. the Pacific, Telephone and Telegraph Company;
/.must be bright, neat in appearance t l>-2tween
• the ages of 18 and 25 years, of fair education
. and unquestionable character. * ;\u25a0 • -.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS. . '
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCHROOMS. -
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
\u25a0 ING. -\u25a0-.- j •--..-... :.- \u25a0;.;.,
PERMANENT ..POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
For full particulars;, call, preferably be-
tween S:3O a. m. and 12 noon, at the Operat- '
ing School, Telephone Office, 2015 Steiner st. i
corner Pine.
CAPABLE German governess. 2 children, $45;
references as a governess necessary; first class
' cook, private family, $70: references. Gen-
eral working ' house Nieeper for a Catholic
clergyman's household, ; $30. Chambermaid,
. select- boa vdlng house, $25, fd.;-2 good' t«aU-
resses, boarding house, oity, $25; good cook,
plain, American family, $40, Swedish or Ger-
man preferred : • sec»n«l gijl for a young ladies'
school,, city, $2.jrnursc. 1 child. $:J0: French
second girl. $00. MISS PLUNKETT, 1806
Sutter street.
A A — Women and girls apply Immediately for
cutting and . canning fruit; highest " wages,
steady work: healthful, and moral surroundings.
CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.. 18th and
Minnesota st. •<
AT MME. ' ANDRK-S; 1044 Larkiff— Nfce Scotch
or Irish girl . for a small family; short dis-
tance; $.'s">. German cobksi $40 and $3.">. Young
second girl, $30. FreucJi nursery; governess,
$155. \u25a0 French maid, $30 tn $35. • German second
. girl. San Rafael,- $"'5. Chambermaid, boarding
house. $2.">. . 2 waitresses, same place,. |"J5.
French waitress, $30. •
HOP PICKERS wanted— Men, women and chll-
dren; a good outing at -good pay; fine, shady
camp grounds ' on Russian river; picking be-
gins in a few days; register at once, as books
will be closed as soon as crew Is secured. Call
or address AMERICAN HOP AND BARLEY
COMPANY, 110 California st. ;;;• . . -
WO.MEN and girls wnuted to work on fruit;
liiKlie,st wages -paid;: carfare allowance; pleas-
ant occupations sanitary . workrooms: special
induconienti- to competent canners and cutters
SUNLIT FRUIT CO., 4th aud Dwight way,
Berkeley. -
WOMEN and girls tyanted,] to work- on: fruit;
highest wages |)aid; carfare -allowance; pleas-
ant occupation ; sanitary . workrooms; special
Inducements to competent canners and cutters.
Sunlit Fruit Co.. 4tu aud Dwight way, Berkeley.
YOUNG lady stenographer; must be neat appear-
ing, of good, address and capable of taking a"
letter correctly at moderate speed; state experi-
. ence in detail and salary expected. Box 15S0,
Call office. . . \u25a0 -
OAKLAND.
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE LEARNING.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. , -
LADIEC, learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING an,d Beauty Cul-
ture; diplomas and formulas given: individual
instruction. 007^ Market St."; \u25a0 beta sth . and 6th.
YOUNG lady stenographer: must bo, 'neat and
pleasant appearing aud "thoroughly efficient;
state, experience, salary expected and jihoiie
number. Box 1542; Call of tice . -
WANTED — Young women 'to train as nurses, be-
tween ages of 20 and 30. of good education,
neat appearance. Box 3995, Call office. Oak-
land. . • - (.; \u25a0
WANTED — Woman of. brains and ambition who
is seeking a life work: opportunity 'to .. earn"
well now and work aor 'a future. Address box
3012, Call office, Oakland. .- •
WANTED — Experienced V crockery saleswoman;
Apply Mi-ierintPitdent's office from 0 to 11 a.
in.; Hale Bros. Inc.. Market aud 6th sts., S.F.
WANTED — An experienced cloak nnd suit "sales-
woman. Apply HALE BROS./ Inc.; 11th and
Washington sts., Oakland. -^ \u25a0 \ ; ' .
WANTED — Girl for general housework: good
wages;". Inquire 120 Coimnonwealtu ay. ; phone
Pacific 120 C. .
WANTED— GirI for distributing type, one who
has had 2 or 3 years' experience. JANSSEN,
533 Mission. st. .
AT once, girls and women to stem strawberries;
piece work. .Pacific Coast Syrup Co., 731 Sau-
some St., San F-rnneisco.
WOMAN.- cook for Sausalito; good wages. Call
room 910, Crocker l>ldg.. between hours" of ' 2
and 3 p. m.. today and tomorrow.
BPECIAL rates — Learn hair dressing, manicuring,
hair work: only system in 3 wks. ;' positions
. waiting.- MILDRED lialr store. .1475 Halgnt st.
LEARN, lialr dressing., manicuring, balr working',
massage: special teachers: evening classes. The
NEW MILDP.ED HAIR PARLORS. 130 Geary.
A competent girl for housework; small* family.
Call forenoon, 77 Central aye., hot.^Haight
and Waller. . ' , • .
GIRL wanted to do cooking and assist In light
boiis-ework. (.all -forenoon, ISJO , Bush st.V ,;
WA NTED— a girl to 'assist in Housework niorni
Inss. IWI Onk. _ '. \u25a0 , -".;,'
WANTED— GirIs to address, ouvelop.-s. W(L-
\u25a0 LI AM M.-.-WEIL,' 27 Stevenson st.; near Ist. '-
LAUNDHESS f.,r on.. ,]„>• b • wi«»kv at".*M.."P; to
work at ln>uy>-. <.';O| t^;; I.e-avciiworth M.
WANTED— GirI to solicit for multigraphing
company on percentage, f Bos ISGI.. Call office, i
HOPS— Rend Rd. under Male Help Wanted. • E.
i^^gaßAßßEß3^A|iDfsUPl»illK'<^
'BARKER SANn\\I"Y^j7IAIUS?~"
Sold on installments of ?r» Per MONTH.
CHAIRS, FIXTURES.-. iVIBUATOI'S.w \u25a0 HAIR"
DRIERH sold on small monthly |:a.vriie:it3 a'ul «c j
will allow, you top ' priw o;t your old fixtures in'
exchange. Reincnilier. v.-c .nru not : i:i tbe • trust. \u25a0\u25a0'
JAMES -BARKER, INC.. - !
Phone Franklin 3-SO9. , - 94 Turk - st. , :
BARBERS'— SAVE MONKY. . . • |
\u25a0: ' We have . several, .second : hand • Kok'enJ hy- i
\u25a0 draulic chairs on hand which we offer at a big .1
saving to you now. -Also many other makes. at
j- bargain prices. We also liavi? seemed tliu cs-
. elusive agency for. the celebrated •
TUNGSTEN; STEEL RAZOR. '
' Ask our salesmen to show them to you. \u25a0
DECKKLMAN BROS.; INC.. ,'
102-164 Turk st.. ; '' San Francisco,, Cal. '.
A. v RARE chance — Partner wanted; Oakland
barber college; only; college .in Oakland; doing -
;' fine- business; trial v given ; Investigate:, this
: won't last long. 460 ; 7tli st.. Oakland. .
FOR sale— 2 clialr barber shop and baths, near
>an Francisco. -., Cal. • Call at BKCKEL : ;&
' TRESHER, 373 12th- st.,", Oakland. Cal., or
00 Cth st.. San . Francisco. Ca1. ... \u25a0*• •:
$150 cash will- huyjcreat bargain; 2 fchair barber
with .3' modern .living, rooms, furnished
' cotiijilete;. original" shop. at. 22.T1 (^lementvst.;
\u25a0 :.; best -location ; Rjchmond district. -.Home 'r-1227.*
.s;^2T> buys best' paylnjr 3 chair shop' In city; extra
. fine lcK-atlou: good-lease; cheap rent; will posi-
-tively pay. for itself in -S weeks; investigate at
once; must leave city. "r" r - Box ; 182t'i, Call office:/.
FIItST. CLASS barber- wishes evenings. -Saturday
\u25a0\u25a0'-. and j Sunday - or . Wednesday.^ Saturday .'and ' Sun-"
day job.-. Address '\u25a0 box , 1 524,, Call ; office.;,': "
FIRST \u25a0 CLASS «' barber : sl^ip for sale in » hustling
•. f mlnincr '• town. ,. r For .- particulars address -IV• O.
.box 5V,. Grass Valley/ Ca1. ;,.,-,:.: .\u25a0;,..-:<
CHEAPEST -new "mirrors -In -city; new,, barber
;--, chairs . and '• shops '• bought and \u25a0? sold/ : Phones
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' Park 1242.J M2041:-394'HayeB. sty N- r v\^^>^i
WANTED— 2 .-nonunion /barbers. Plaza >-\u25a0 Barber
v Shop, 477; 14th "st.t t Oakland. 'Call. t bet. "i> and
;.-,- 10 ..»/. m;'; .'j^, •.-.-:.• ,:-'Sv/ \u25a0-'-.': : : ~ . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0 --: -;"\u25a0
WANTED— First class porter 'rt of- barberCshop;
; none but sober' and reliable , need, apply; «top
wages. \u25a0 E. BlARD, jEureka.v Cat. ; - •,
FOR $250 cash if . sold . week. ; real bargain;
, $15 ; rent - $50 ' to . $00 - per ' week ; ' '3 ' H. r- D.
;' chairs. • 2SG OtU" st. '- . \u25a0•'\u25a0;\u25a0 .. . ".•'\u25a0'\u25a0 """' •\u25a0>
BARBER" for, Saturday. , "1 0S2. Fol?om St., nr 7thr
BARBER wanted. .; 2103 San : Jose"; ay. *'
WAXTED^-First'ciasa^barhtT. l{ 514 ; Market , st. . \u25a0
BARBER? for l Saturday ;.-. union rwngos; I steady ' If,
•rwuited:;- 1700 ( , Bryant! St.; j ni-^'KUli. .; \u25a0 , ;•; i / '
MUST." sell; 2 /cbHir'slwpiwith^ living ; room ;; $100
i^'cash down." o"04 Castro st, ' ' v
BARJBERS " -and • SUPPLJMES— -ConJinneJ
BARBERVfor : Saturday,'; $5.50. v Arcade Hotel,
"•*: 20th- and j San Pablo: it.', -Oakland. ' ' \u25a0\u25a0 :
BARBER,: country . shop, .4 south;.- slB, a- week.
;>' Apply _B; Sacramento. st. ;.' " ..- ; „•
WANTED— Good barber for next Saturday. 5307
,;; Grove : st.;. Oakland."- \u0084--- > -. ' -
PAYING barber shop, ; with living rooms, for
:\u25a0\u25a0". sale.- 1514 Franklin st; - ; ' V "
BARBERt, wanted ! Wednesday, evening, Saturday
;, noon; and Sunday. 103 Valencia st. .';. •\u25a0--, ;\u25a0
FOR: rent or sale— Barber^ shop with 2 chalri'
; 3267 16th: st.-..',. ' ; / . \u25a0*.- ;. \u25a0 j
BARBER wanted for Saturday at 547 16th st.
...corner. Clay," : Oakland.; ;, - ; * - :
BARBERS'. Protective Union— Employment secre-
y. tary, W. BARON. 775 ; Mkt.; .phone Kny. 5334.
BAUER'S" is the'most centrally "located barbers'
- supply house In the city. s!> O*Farrell st.
\u25a0 : ."'\u25a0.'< : --';''/.'AGENTS"W r ASTED'',-V.-'. ; :
AGENTS - wanted, men .; or - women, to I sell our
... line of household speciaUJes; $30 weekly: pres-
.'.ent* free. Send, for circulars. Jones: Supply
Co.:" <lept.K. 07 K. Park. Butte. Mont. \u25a0-•.-'
SALESMEN - wanted— Thousands of "good . posl-
\u25a0 tions open,' paying $1,000 to $5,000 yearly. and
.- expenses; no experience needed to get one. of
them; we will teach you to he an expert sales-
-". man by., mall and \ assist you , to scure a» good
position,'' where you can earn while -you learn;
• write today for full : particulars and testimo-
niaLs from hundreds of men we have placed in
• good i positions paying from $100^; to $500 . a
month and ", expenses ; ' address - nearest . office.
• National Salesmen's Training Ass'n, .". 10198
J Metropolis .:: Bank • Building, • San .Francisco.
\u25a0Branches. New; York,*; Chicago, Kansas City,
"Minneapolis, Atlanta. -'".- , *\u25a0 .'
SALESMEN wanted— Big offer to big men; write
ns for particulars; you will be interested. Ad-
dress OREGON NURSERY- COMPANY. Orenco.
Ore. -.:'\u25a0--•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0 -\u0084\ -.-.>- ,' . -- -,- \u25a0- .\u2666. -.. v -
SALESMEN" and SOLICITORS vrtd.--Con;
: i^^_ ;
SALESMEN .- throughout ; en tire Pacific coast for
nationally advertised practical office specialty;
S "fine opportunity" for.advaneementr experienced
specialty. salesmen and young men with proper
- references, but no experience, • acceptable. Call
\u25a0or address 1612 Call building. . - - r .
WANTED^— 2 reliable salesmen; one for city, -one
for country; give age, experience and -refer-
ences ; Important opportunity for men of abll-
lty. Box ( 1820, . Call office. :
AGENTS to 6ell real estate, two Germans, Amer-
\u25a0 leans' and big commission.- 1 Apply E.
A. .MONTGOMERY. 830 Market St., room 50U
SALESMAN for' country »Vork: salary and com-
•\u25a0 mission: beach property. 14S0 Market wt.
V EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
PHONE PAC. DOUGLAS 3532. HOmIT^MoGsT
531 GRANT AY.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE
AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS..
A AAA— -CANTON Bureau of . Information— Chl-
nese servants: contracts - for resorts! Canton
Bank bldg.. 649 Kearny. et.r phone .Sutter lIS.
AAA— PHONE WEST 173 L
Largest Japanese'and Chinese employment of-
ficelnclty. T.'TAMURA CO.. 1612 Lagnaa st.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Emp.
; Co.; best help With care ana mar. 1513 XSeary
' «t. ; phones. West 5688. Home S4OBB. J
A. .. 8. HOB I. /; reliable i Japanese-Chinese help
promptly furnished; open day and night. 174S !
Butter at. PHONES— WEST 2503. S-2803. .
J. CANN, "Chinese 'employment \u25a0 bureau. .Phone
Douglas 3160. ." \u25a0-.770 Clay: st.. San Francisco.
H. W. HONG, ; Chinese employement office, 805
Webster st.. Oakland: phones Pekln 25. A 3725.
STAR emp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. lfiftS Genrv: fpl. Went tfi7. ' S43OS.
REXT THAT yACANT, ROOM
A small want ad in The Call will do it quicker
than a dozen signs plastered on your windowt
and which spoil the " looks of your home be-
sides. ' Phone Kearny 86 for an ad man to call
apd see you. \ -• ' . '
ROOMS TO LET— For- and Unfur.
j- --.-.... ' 1 . :
A COZY home for \u25a0 respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Sth, . under 'auspices of tha SAL-
TATION ARMY;, elegantly furnished; . every
modern convenience; steam heat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean; centrally
; located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
- 1348; prices .very .moderate, ranging from 25c
per night op; special rates by the week or
• month. - See matron, room 33. . : '
BARTLETT. St., , 448— Sunny furnished room;
German vfamily; gentleman only; reasonable.
BUSH St., 1071, near Gough — Large, sunny
. room, nicely furnished; bath; suitable for 2
gents; $10 per month.
CASTRO St., 4C2A— Sunny front room, suited for
,- 1 >or. 2 gentlemen; reasonable.
DEWEY HOUSE. 4th and Howard — All modera
conveniences ; 200 rooms. 35c to $1 day. $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
DEVISADERO st., 425, bet. Oak and; Fell
, sunny furnished rooms; bath, phone Park 7152;
.liandy tt> cars ; : $2 week \u25a0 up. .:
-EDDY St., S27^-3 sunny rooms,' 1 with bny
windows;. elegantly furnished; .walking dis-
tance; board if. desired;, reasonable.-
ELLIS st., 1177— Bright, sunny' room for $6;
. also: room- for 2; single beds, $12.:
FILLMORE St., 529 — 3 sunny rooms;, large', al-
cove- front -room, with 2 beds; house keeping
if desired.: - ..-.
FILLMORE. -st.. 173S— Call and see our rooms,
• fitted for batching or without. - -
GOL'GH St., 1315, near Geary — Newly furnished
sunny front room. $2 a week: bath, 2 phones.
GEARY -st..' 1704, ; cor. Webster— 2 nice single
rooms; front room, $2 to $2.50 per week.
HAIGHT St., 138, near Laguna — Two nicely fur-
.- nished rooms for 2 or 3 adults; rent $14
\u25a0 per month.
HYDE- St.. 1024, cor. California— 2 sunny furn.
rooms;: mod. conveniences; good location; rea-
sonable;, house keeping if desired. .
LAGUNA St.. . 1861, corner Pine^ — Large front
. room; private water; gas, bath; house keeping
v, privilege; reasonable: also . other rooms. - . •
NICELY , furnishedv room for- 1 or 2 gentlemen,
- Noe Valley district; quiet neighborhood ; pri-
vate family; near earltne. For- particulars
address by letter 4030. 23 d st. : give references.
OCTAVIA ; St., 1563, cor. Sutter— Nice, large,
sunny, rooms in private family; suitable for
-. ladies'. nnd gentlemen; bath,; phone; reasonable.
OVERLAND HOUSE. 503 Sacramento st. below
Montgomery — Now; open; 200 rooms; hot and
cold water in ererj room :< 2sc to $2 per day;
H.fiO:to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. . Prop.
PAGE St., : 454. , nenr ; Buchanan — Sunny, bay
window front 'parlor :-priv. family; quiet, se-'
lect neisliborhood ; marine view; $3 week.-
PINE st.V 1!KR). near Octavla — Sunny front room:
, windows, fireplace, piano." bath; carpets and
' funjitnre new: also small rooms, $S up. -: .
POST ' st., . 1765— Handsomely furnished . sunny
. \ front room ; bath, gas." phone ; $10 per . month.
POST St., 1481— Large, front, bay window
rooms;-: running water; bath; \u25a0 reasonable. '
POST "st.; 1917. near Fillmore — Large sunny front
\u25a0 - room. ; suitable \for_ 1' or '2 gentlemen; private
- .. family ;.. reasonable. .; .- ; . \u25a0' • *. \u25a0"
SAN CARLOS ay..<; 233— Sunny, furnished room,
I : ttuitable ; for jl] or^ 2 'gentlemen; reasonable.. ,
TURK :\u25a0' at.,- 1422, "/ near -Fillmore— Nicely fur-
: uished rooms, $1.50 per week up; also house
1 keeping. >; * .-{-., -',\u25a0 : \u25a0 \u25a0• :
UNION . St.; 1454, ~ near Polk — Sunny • front room
\u25a0:.ln . strictly private family; breakfast Ude-
\u25a0:.) Phone Franklin ; sl7o. -.'..' ';\u25a0:', .. .-V.uy j
VAN- NESS - ay., 2327— Large, sunny,- nicely fur-
:.-t: .-t nislied room.-- hot 'and cold- water running in
- • room; •: suitable for-jC. • : , .; .
WEBSTE R . st. , \u25a0 1408. . * near O' Farrell— Large,
sunny,-; furnished \u25a0' rooms, with running" water;
\u0084'\u25a0; rent treasonable.;^' . ; . .;...>;;. * ;.
WEBSTER st., 1140, near Eddy— Elegant; sunny.
B bay :. window suite, suitable fot ,2. gentlemen;
Bj also >• sunny,* bay .window; singTO room; phone;
I modern conveniences; private-family; pleasant
; neighborhood; reasonable. Itjft
21ST: 5t., ;3206^-2, furnished rooms, suitable for
;-lor 2 gentlemen; $3.50 a. month. .'. ..
21ST St., 3356. near.. Valencia— Furn.* sunny front
\u25a0 ' room, bay-window, ::.bath ; tin \u25a0 private : family ;
for 2 gentlemen: $10 per month. -
ROQ3IS FOR HOUSE KEEPI.VG
BELVBDERB "\u25a0 St.; 139-^-2 ' elegant 7 front : rooms,
:.; furnished 'for' house : keeping; bath." gas; rea-
.',*;.. sonable; 'also furnished ? room; ', st> per ; month. •>\u25a0
BUCHANAN i St., ' 2020, near California— 3' con-
B nectlng house keeping roomB.'i»lcely \u25a0 furnished;
- . bath, ; gas.- phone; select neighborhood y reas'ble.
CARMELITAv st. . V 78, 7 nr; , Dubcce •- park-^2 5 f ur-
r.- nished -house "keeping rooms,'" with of 'bath
,_r", and ; laundry ; private ; family : . rent / reasonable.
CALIFORNIA' 5t.. . 840^-Partly fnrn.'- rear "3 room
;u apt. ; » ground > floor; - morn. % sun : v $15 ; - : furn. n 2
.yroom apt.; private bath; j f no. ;j sun; $22.50; refs.
CLAY,"-; St.; -v l 29o7— Large." unrurnlshed.'- : alcove
ZT- room ; suitable for house keeping ; also * small
1 .. r00m.V.;-'. , -$ :/\u25a0..:, -'.-,.,\u25a0 ',-, \u25a0\u25a0•:\u25a0:\u25a0'\u25a0 .-\u25a0-;\u25a0.
EDDY * St.; \u25a0_; 1231—3 "J large.'-- f urn.t sunny. - con-
B nectlng; rooms. - regular,; kitchen; bath, • laundry ;
j*? sas range; yard ; reasonable; '\C •:. ;";. \u25a0:\u25a0, '-j,*t *.*;•<.-.- - .
ELLIS ; st. a , v 1551. i nr.i Fillmore- : -l," ! 2 and 3 house
\u25a0-- keeping j rooms; ; ev'ery^convenience: :: very, reas."
BKODERICK f- St.", * 463-^2 * large? rooms, V regular
- kitchen," separate entrance,"-y ard;* s3 week.v.'^t.
BAKER,"? 310, ri 'opp.X3Panhandle^-2' sunny: front
\u25a0 :- rooms, i all: conv.,r reasonable:-- single.'; $6 .month.
FOLSOM ; t st.;*: 1222. v near :\u25a0 Bth— Sul te 7of 2l2 l house
r,r ,' jkeeplng^ rooms ;> gas srange;^washroom;.5 range;^washroom;. $4 -per
;; j <week.*;;.rj.X p-r.:p -r.: :;\u25a0-:'\u25a0:;\u25a0;• V'/.'.-.-v; -,>--,• \u25a0 - .'.v-> \u25a0•J; 1 "\u25a0 !\u25a0 --,•\u25a0'.
FILLMORE i'st.'; fc 1738-^SulteSof . 2»or i 3>rooms,
;;real 'kitchen, x at?s2r-,i]p: single; sunny "fjont
t room,'? s2 up; electric : ; light and' bath.^ . »
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lIOOMS^FOR HOUSE KEEPIXG — Con.
GEARY St.. . 1345, near " Gough — 2' sunny front
rooms; also other .large rooms furnished for
house keeping;. bath, phone; rent reasonable.
GEARY st,, 1356, near Octavla — 2 sunny rooms.
$12 per month; also 2 nice basement rooms, $8
per month; all furn. for house keepln;.
GOUGH -st., 1313, near Geary— 2 sunny rooms
npwly furnished complete for house keeping,
$12 month; bath, phono.
GOLDEN GATE ay.. ' 1250 — 1 house keeping
room, rent 82; 1 front single room. '
GUERRKRO st.. 930. near 21st— 3 large, sunny,
connecting rooms, furnished for house keeping;
. bath, gas-stove: reasonable.
HOWARD St., 237t>, near 20th — 2. 3 aad 4
'room suites; furnished and unfurnished; sun-
ny, cle.au, quiet and respectable; adults; $2
week up. .
OCTAVIA st.. 1257. near O'Farrell — Sunny, furn.
• hspkg. rooms. $7 up; 2. $12; 2, $1S; 1, $15;
- gas ranges, bath, phone. - - . \u25a0*,>-;«
•OCTAVIA st.. 1410— Nice, large house keeping
rooms; also rooms for workingmen; \u25a0rery rea-
; sonable...
O'FARRELL St.. 1846—3 sunny rooms, complete
for house keeping, gas rangf. $2«; 1 room, $12.
STEINER st.. 911 — Large, sunny, front, wetl
furnished house keeping rooms; terms reason-
pble. .
TURK St., 120S — Sinple basement, complete house
keeping; every convenience; sin's, bath, lava-
' dry, gas range; $1.50 to $2.50 w«ek..
WALTER St., C2A— 2 neatly furnished house-
keeping rooms; no other roomers; no children.
WALLER st.. 330, near Fillmore — Nicely furn.
house .keeping room; *bath. gas.-'phoue; $14
per mo. ; also fnrn. room for man. $S per mo.
VAN-NESS ay., 311. cor. Grove — Furnished sunny
Euites, $20; single rooms, $2.50 to $3 per week;
gas. running water, and- phone.
22D st. 3275, cor: \u25a0 Valencia — 1. 2 or 3 rooms,
furnished for' house keeping; bath; reas.; also
single room. $5 p«>r mo.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OB" THE CALL, la
AT IBT.I- FILLMORE ST.
OAKLAXD HOUSE KEEPIXG ROOMS
FOR rent — 4 or 5 rooms and batS. furnished for
house keeping; 4 rooms, $22.50; 5 rooms. $27.
These rooms are conveniently located to bota
Southern Pacific and Key Route ferry* and
Btreetcar lines. 1202 Sth St.. corner Magnolia.
ALICE St.. 1317, Oak. — 2 nicely furn. connecting
front rooms; use of lanndry. bath and yard;
. sun all day; reasonable. Phone Oakland 9257.
OAK st.. 10«5^2. near 12th. Oakland — Clean, sun-
uy house keeping rooms: rent $10.-
ROOMS AM) BOARD OFFERED
AAA— THE WEMPE. 419 Oak Bt_— Large, soon/"
rooms; unexcelled board. Phone Park 5092.
CALIF.. 1541 — St. Margaret's club for girls,
teachers, students.' bus. women, tourists; sun-
ny rooms; excellent board; rates reas. Ph.
Fkln. 3202; Home C 2569.
DOLORES' st.. 1427— « sunny furnished rooms,
bath; private family; suitable 1 or 2; $15
month. Including breakfast. -
FOR list of Inspected rooms see DOMO DIREC-
TORY. Saves time. 11 to 2. 522 Crocker blir.
LAGUNA st., IWI, opp. JeCerson square park —
Tbe Woman's Hotel, a club for business women
and others; room and board. $20 month and up.
OCTAVIA st.. 1926, cor. Sacramento— Splendid
location, facing Lafayette sq. ; large, cheerful
• sunny rms.; excellent "ward; references; phone.
O'FAKRELL St.. 12*55 — Front alcove room; also
side room: excellent home cooking.
PACIFIC 'ay.. .1716 — Large sunny front rocm;
choice tabl»>; reasonable: references.
PIEUCE st., 2037, bet. California and Sacra-
mento — Large sunny room,- with board for 2;
home comfort. .
PIERCE St.. 201, cor. Page neat Fillmore — Gpod
rooms; board. American and vegetarian, cook-
ing; reasonable.
1 * '
ROOM and board at 1275 Dolores st. -
SCOTT St., 1212 — Nice front sunny room for gen-
' tlemen. with board: all conveniences: reas.
SUNNY rooms, single or double, with beard.' 95S
Ellis st. Call ani see me.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. Central ay. aad
Waller Kt., San Francisco — A beautiful home.
. where old >. ladies, young girls and HttU ehll-
I dren can board very reasonable. , .??»•--*
UNION st., 19S7— Sunny furnished bay window
room and bath: phone; suitable for gentleman;
$10 a month; breakfast If desired.
THE FILLMOUE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1651 TILLMORK ST.
OAKI.A.VU ROOMS A.VI) HOAKU
FRANKLIN st.,' 1402. ccr. 19th — Rooms and
hoard ?25; table board $1S; meals 25 centa.
HOME cooking, room suitable for 2,. 55.50 week-
ly: phone, bath. 1379 Harrison st.. Oakland.
I BERKELEY, ROOMS AXD BOARD
NORTiKnVTlC^So9~Eliend~a^rr^^
north entrance of university campus — Apart-
ments with private baths; single rooms; steam
heat and eallbell in every room; sleeping
. porches; first class tab'e board; special sum-
mer rates. M. M. HENRY.
APARTMEXTS
SW.t'OK. CTH AY. and CALIFORNIA— Modern
apartments of 4 -rooms and bath eacn; 2 of
,I ''thft-rbest car lines* in -.the city pass the door;
only 30 minutes from downtown. If you want
a good flat .cheap see these: rent $20. Apply
on premises or SHAINWALD. BUCKBEE &
CO., 27 MONTpOMERY ST.: TEU DOUGLAS
AAA— Aparts of 1 to 4 rooms, private bath. eles.
furn.; sunny; electric light, hot water, heat,
elevator, janitor service, linen; beautiful read-
Ing lobby; 1 rm.. $15 up: 2 rms.. $27.50 up; 3
rms.. $40 up; 4 run., $50 up; Halght st. carm.
•\u25a0Bosemant." 214 Halght: phone Park 559. -
LUNDY APTS.. Stanyan st. at Frederick— Ths
most complete In the city ; hot and cold water,
electric lights, baths, elevator servEe. Janitor
\u25a0ervlce; every room la house light: rent rea*.
CALIFORNIA' st.. 1470, The Harold— Cozy, sua-
, ny. 4 rooms and bath unfurnished apts; beam
- celling; storeroom, porches, modern; rents Tery
. reasonable.- -• . . •
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SDTTER ST.'
NR. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3
' RMS..j BATH; COMPLETELY FURN.: Rgrg.
THE ; Olga Apartments— All perfectly new; prf-
\u25a0vate baths; 1 t>!oc"c from Key Route. 1524 A
. Broadway^ , Oakland. .-• •
TWO and 3 apU.; 2 elegant double beds; hotel.
. aervice; lights.; linen, soap,. etc.. free; ss low
as $45. :\u25a0 Ellis Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Joofs.
KNICKERBOCKER /apts., just completed; '2
" rooms and bath; hardwood floors; disappearing
beds. ,1330 Pine St.' near Hyde. \u0084
i CASTLEREAGH APTS.. 1373 Clay bet. Jones amt
. - Leavenworth — 3-4 room apts. ; , steam heat, hot
water, elevator, white marble front entrance.
CHIS.MORE Apts., SE. cor. Bush and Jones — 1-2-
; 3-4 rooms; "all: modern conveniences; now ready.
ST. DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bush st.-at Jone*
.—Up. to date In every respect; 1-2-3-4 rooms.. l
BEST'modern 4 room apts.V- fara." and on furn. "
.for the money at the Maryland. 363, Page at.
ELFOREST apts.. 825 Bush near Taylor— 3 and
V 4 rooms,'; furnished or unfurnished. : ; > :.'
COLUMBUS Apts:.* NE. v cor." Pacific and Larkln—
3 and ; 4 , rm. » apts.y^ anf urn. ; . $20. \u25a0-. $22. $24.
THE LORING. 2400 -Van ' Ness, cor.";-. Green—
,? Sunny ; fnrn. fand nnfnrn.' apts... 3 and ' 4 rooms.
EUREKA^APTS.t Mkt.' and 17th sts.— P.eantlfnl
3 & 4 rm. apts..- phono.-janl tor service : snnny.
A— Oakhurst , Apts.. Washington & .Taylor-^Nlce-
\ '-. Iy forn." : 3 rms. A b. ; - new. ? sunny ; . mod. ; reas."
NEW' Pilcber: Apts.. \u25a0 1613 Polk ; nr. Sacramento—
.<. :, Well. f am. { apts.;. 4 car Ilacs;.«lngle room«.:
ST. ELMO. : 1452 iDe Tisadero - St.— Fora. ; front or
single smtes; beta, phone;aJl conT.>l2 to $10.
NEW 4 r-«m apartments: sunny all around; yarrl
and basement; rauge and h«*att>r; modern ana
hoaelike; best neighborhood: $23- 17:53 I'entral
a^.. Al;;me.la: nr;t::>l and fheatnnt stations.
HOTEL** ,
HOTEL- AEGONAUT. 4th and Market ita.— fam-
ily and commercial hotel; room wltli detached
bath, $1 per day; rooits with private bath.
$1.00 per day; restaurant attached; moderate
prices: free bu» cieeta all trains and gt ' ia .ghlt'g : _
FL,IT« TO^^JjET
GET MOORE'S^FREK RENTING LIST.
CONTAINING INFORMATION ABOOTt
C room Hats and apartments at $19. *
4 room oats and apartments at IJi.SO.
6 room Hats and apartments at $27.60.
6, 7 aad-b rooms. $30 aad ujj. -.
SPECIAL.
A 3 room flat, all fuxnlshed for $73: reat. $30.
HARRY J. MOORE FURNITURE COMPASS.
40 'O'Farrelt at. near Marfcat.
TO tet— 2UGl l»evisad*ro St.. oor. Jackson. S
rooms ami -modern Imp. 27.17 Clay St.. near
.Pierce, oppoaltp- park. J) roomi* and moderat^
Improvements. 12 Hats. 4 room* each, modern
iniprovrnients. ru 1-* and 16 Sanders s*.. nr.
tlth and Chnrrh. ". large tnjtldins^. one -»"-
7th St., one 71):; Harrison St.. and *<ne 11WI
Mission st. CEOUGE-K. FUINK, 13-_1) Mt-;-
ohanti- oxchangf. " '. ; ,
FOTRERO ay.. J):;s. nr. ZJst «t. — New. modern
0 roum Bat, bath. sas. :i blocks public school;
$20 month. . r?> ;
COZY 4 and 5 room flats; overlooking city and
bay; entrance through terraced lawn: open Qrs-
places. 1437-1439 WUlard. H blocic Hayea ear.
FURNISHED flat of 10 room* for sale reason-
able. Inquire at *.'<; South Park near 2d; Cat
for renf; rent $45 per month.
BRODERICK St.. 41S-430. near Hayes— New.
mwleru. sanny flats, B rooms and hath:
ront $I^3. : - . . - - ->
DOD»RES St.. 491. near lSUh— New, modern
upper sunny 4 room apartment flat: rent $25.
BELVEDERE st.. 497— Sunny corner flat to
let.
DOLORES St.. .".!>4. corner I7tii. northwest 'cornop
flat — Five sunny rooms; bath.
CIU'UCH nt.. I.Tl7— Rent Sl'>: 5 sunny rooun
ami bath: laon* var<t; 1 hlk. 24th at. cars.
NOE st.. 1090. cor. I'lth — Northwest oorner flat;
C sunny- nwim; hath; yard : 2 'llrtft Car tln^«.
19TH and CollinswooU s ts. — Grand, sunny, corner
Cat. 8 rootas and bath. X?*
2D ay., 141, >K>t. California and f.ak»* Bts. — f>
room, sunnr. top flat. : $22: key »t door.
CA LI FORN I A st.. 13U7. near Hyd«»— 2 room flat,
bath and laundry: fine yard: rent $14.
FOLSO3J st.. 171.V- 3 n-.tn flat to let.
BEAUTIFI'L >.i;iiii.v flat to rent. 652 Castro st.
Inquire in the. r«-ar. Rent very reasonable.
ALVAISADO St.. SJ"!^. nr. Dourl.iss — A new
" moil, snnn.r ui>per flat. r> rooms and bath; $1!«.
SANCHEZ st.. 272. near Market— Artistic upper
flat. 5 rooms and bath; $25.
FLATS to let — New. artistic S room flat wlta
basement jrzrase. 670 3d aT.
PAGE St.. 9§2— Elegant Cat; 6 rooms aod bath;
liffht. snnnt: rent reasonable. \u25a0
FURNISHED-, sunny flat, "4 and 5 rooms; rent
reasonable to reliable party. .TB9.T Clay *t.
- FLATS FOR SAl.K— Fanibhfd
NOB hill — Now 2 rin. sunny apartment, marino
\u25a0 view, up to date in every rps]>eet; rent $22.5«:
newly furnished two months »j;o; -must b«« sohl
at once; purrhas«-r will b<- »riv<>r) »i!T4ntaßi> «»f
amount airtaiiy paid on co<xls; balance, terms
If de*trp<l. Apply HAKRY J. MOO UK FUR-
NITURE <*•>.. ICK33 OFarrell st.. nr. Market.
NEWLY furnishftl 5* nwii, m«)dern flat; i>rn»-
ju»"nt^. drapes, cbtnfc avl silvervrare; piano;
reasonable; ail hay wir.'l^ws; sunny. 14"JS
Hayes st.. near Batcr. r."'-.st 7.'iS4.
BEAUTIFUL, nowlv furnls'^d Bat for sale.
choap. Apply mornings. IV4O O'Farrell nt.
HOISES TO LET— Fnrnlahed
FURNISHED V.use— Nicely ij^lshed house ia
Pacific ay.. north side, 2H?«t 3 rooms amt 2
baths. B.v< IS7i*.. Tall ofiK.
TO _J' E T^-JlJnfißixnl»hed
MODERN Jl room 2 blocks from Rpy
Route station and university: $40. Box SOU©. •
Call office, southwest corner Center and Oxford
8t3.. Berkeley. •
UNFURNISHED house of 0 rooms. 2 batha; fine
rardea; all rooms have, sun: :east side of
' Gocgh St.. 111 S. Address box 1542, Call ofUce.
LARGE, comfortable house, close In. with gar-
age-; reasonable for a long time. Address
ownpr. P. O. box 442. Palo Alto. Cal.
HOITSE of 4 sunny room<« and bath, $15. 1053
Mi:i :t.-» st. bet. lltU and 12th.
NICE sonny house 7 rooms and b. ; rect rea-
>onab!<»: yard and lot adlolnlng. 17SO "SddT *t.
jO^KLAXjD^IICUJSES^'ro LET- -Unfnr.
SEND or call for new printed catalog. "UEO. Tf
AUSTIN, ims Broadway. Oakland. '
JBERKEjLEjr jIOUjsESJITO J^ET--Piair ; _
FOR rent— Elegantly furnisbed house of 24
rooms; best location in Berkeley for bosrdlnc
house; rent $I'K> per month." Inquire GOR-
_MAX.J 2r^tH Tol«>grapl> at..-- B«»r!tPlt»v. .
FHUin'ALE HOUSES TO-LET
NICE sunny flat of 4 roonirand^DathTSrs^ Twd k
and stable; close to S. P. R. R. and su-eet JL.
S!^."? 1 reasonable. Apply 1735 Kla? ay.i
r TPitTali*'. Cal. ' " : .
COTTAGES TO LET
TO let— Cottage. 4 rooms and bath. $11. Inquire
lnmben office. Arnyand Hampshfrg gts.
OFFICES AXD STOKRS TO LKT
IF your business is of snch a uatiirc that It
keeps yon out all rtay. you wi! l ne«t an ofa.-n
address for mail ami stationery -some nn» to
make appointment-* for /j wo, Hth^r by phone
or with personal eali^rs. You will need *
stfnogxapuer » «*rrk-w smt *tmw one to at-
tend to tbj. office cml of your bnainws tn
UPiieral.- We are prepared to, a,rcommo.latP-
wrnrrVn 11 '^; » NATIONAL r -. WWCB •
TO LEASE . :*
F °? K !5 . aa lt« t - L*'-»^L *'-»^ *ttd buildin? 50x106; 20 stalls.
m-^ m l- ™ ir »^ for. wood and coat or
blacksmith nhop. Address - box IWH/Call.
... . -_.', .FURNITURE FORrSALE~~
UAAS . 11th and Franklin sta.. Oakland.
-o E v' hi*?- 1111 ?^" 1 / fBro!tor » •»«!««. -'I. O.
*«».-- t. hirtg.. TUl>.«t. »r. Fr^nbMn. OnHI.M.
FCR.MTURE WAXTED'
LARGEST buyers or furn.. carpet*, nlaaos desks.
: merchandise, etc.;. always p^, eS^siS J
..Levy Auction Co.. 1143 McAIUsteVTT. Park S6Q.
. try. J. H. WIU.Y. 661 »th »t. at Marfeet st.
"?bis£i; N ?.f KAP *-AN. 15+* Devtaadera at., pay
A- • - FURAITURE* TO . LET C-
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