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THE SMART SET
. JTX OES any one know why it has become significant for a girl to wear
i j| orchids, and why, when a man sends a girl these grotesque and odorless
\^/ blossoms, docs it mean that he loves her, or is going to love her, or
would like to? And why does the girl who receives them know that
after a season of orchids t-hc may wear orange blossoms if she will?
Why orchids? '
Kr." number <>f men ?cnd girls fiowers, and they arc no more than passing
• courtesies. But the iirst orchid a man sends is a confession.
Why it is no one lcn<fW& Like the man who first ate an oyster, the
pers<;ii who first invested an orchid with sentimental significance is unknown
to history, and his reason for doin£ it is'lost with him.
Florists approached on the subject profess ignorance. They are content
to know merely that cattleja are more popular than they have ever been and
that more of them at $1.50 apiece are being; sold than ever before; ancl they
will receive 2:1 order to send an orchid every morning to Miss ——. the bill
'to be sent to Mr. . and think no more of it than to fill it, when the order
is a romance. Florists arc unimaginative people.
Every day for weeks two orchids have been sent to a certain address in
Broadway, nnd each morning one is left at the home of a popular girl who
was greeted by a whole box of them on her recent return from abroad. If
they would, florists could foretell engagements.
Jusl at this season the labiata is the popular orchid. Its name suggests
kisses, and an explanation. Orchids are'emotional creatures, botanists tell
. us. They are deliberate and designing in flaunting their colors to attract the
admiration of insects. It ma}-' be that their coquetry accounts for their
romamic vogue. . \
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Miss Christine Pom
eroy went Saturday to
St. Helena to visit Mips
Elizabeth Livermore at
. "Montesol" for several
• weeks. In her absence
r.:i interesting collection
of ongag( s !iK>nt oups is
accumulating at the
Pomeroy residence in
Clay street as evidence
of the popularity of the
clever and attractive
girl, whose engagement
- -to Scott Brooke of Port
land was announced Fri
day. The wedding win
not take place until Xo
vem'ner. and it is a mat
tor of regret that Brooke
will take his bride to
Portland to live.
» * •
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hen t ley have returned
from Lake Tahoe, where
they were guests at the
tavern for several \u25a0week?.
J'uring their stay they
were entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. 1'rcd Magee,
who are occupying the
Orestes Pierce place ori
. the lake, and who have
as their guests Mr. and
- Mrs. Will % Magee of
Cutler Paige will sail
September 13 for Yoko
hama, and after a tour
of Japan and China will
proceed to Europe, where
he wifl meet Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Monteagle
and spend several
months touring the con
tinent. Paige Monteagie,
who is at present abroad
with his parents, will
return next month to
enter Harvard law,
Mr. and Mrs.- Edwara
tfchmiedell have been en
tertaining j<everal guests
jit their villa at Lake
Tahoe. Among those
who recently accepted
thc-ir hospitality were
Mr. and and Mrs. Seward
McNear and Miss gara
Collier, the latter re
turning yesterday from
a visit of several weeks.
The Schmiedells own
| one of tJ»e largest
yachts 'on the lake,
which has added much
to the pleasure of their
friends. They will re
*main until October be
fore returning to their
home in Ross Valley.
The final days before
• the departure of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mills for
their home in Savannah
are crowded with infor
mal entertainment for
the pretty bride. The
young couple will leave
next Saturday for the
t" '• south, where they will
establish their future
home, and their friends
are lamenting the fact.
Mrs. Mills, who was Miss
Claire Nichols, is one of
' ' the favorites in the
younger crowd of girls
I in society and will be
missed at the winter
parties.
MEETIXGS— Lodc*»
CALIFORNIA eha;>tfM- No. 5. R. A. M. P^h^^
Stated meeting Tills 1 TUESDAY > &!ggU§
EVEXINQ. at 7:30 o'clock. 2105 rfSftj
SattPr Kireot. Murk Master. S^ * j*3
%\u25a0\u25a0>-;" KnWARD PEABODY. Secretary-. VBBbS
CALIFORNIA commandery No. 1, K. T. —
Officers and Sir Kuights are hereby re- |3j^
quested to assemble nt Albert I'ike Me- 12»J
inorial temple, IS.-.9 Gearv Bt.. on
H UESDAY, August 16. 1910. it 1 o'clock p. m..
;i* tor the purpose of attending the funeral serv-
ices of our late f rater. SIR JOHN F. CLARK,
under the auspices of California lodge No. 1,
F. & A. M., in Golden Gate Commandery hall,
2137 Sutter st. By order
D. E. P. EASTON, Generalissimo.
WM. R. JOST. Recorder.
- MISSION eommandery No. 41. K. T. — «? —
Slated assembly THIS (TUESDAY) Tjaf
EVEXIKO at 8 o'clock in Mission Ma- K3
kOujc temple: urdcrs of tlie Temple and
Malta. All fraters cordially invited. By order
«f • THE EMINENT COMMANDER.
A. HAWKSLLY, Ke<-order.
BTTRLINGAME lodge No. 400. F. &A. M. A
S<^-c«id dejrrto THIS (TUESDAY) +JF^j-
KVENING at 7:P>O ..'clock. JsJ\
C. r. BOVEE. Secretary. ' \u25bc »
RAN FRANCISCX.) lodge No SOO. F. ic A. ML.
M.. ]7. - K> Fillmore str-eet. Sn^-ia! meet- *f%.
mc THIS (TUESDAY! EVENING at /%>\
7 ::'.O o'clock. Swond degre*. Sojourn- »
injr craftwnen cordially Invitd.
* L. U. SAWYER. Secretary.
t:ALIF<IRNIA lodge No. 1. F. & A. M. ~K
OfOotn and members are nert-br uofl-^^tt^
Sed to attend the funeral of our de-/%J\
ci-asod lirother. JOHN FRANKLIN* ~ »
CLARK. !n Corinthian liall. 2135 Sutter st.
TUESDAY. Aug. 16, 1910. at 1 :30 p. m. Mas-
ter Masons and friends of decta*ea invited to
.attend: intcimcnt Cypress l!Swn cemetery
No postals to member*. By order of the
master. EDWARD PEABODY. Secretary.
PACIFIC lodge No. 13G. F. &A. M.. 1733 A
Fillmore et.. will meet THIS EVEN-_iff*^
ING at 7:30 p. in.: 2 D. >£2!f
GEORGE PENLINGTON. Sec. 'V*
GOLDEN GA.TK lodire No. CO. F. & A jT~
M.— Th'.TS C?srfe? 'JIIIS (TUESDAY)
EVENING at 7 :.* M o'clock. Fraicrnal Ai\
hrll. I. O. O. F. building. Market and'^ r^
7th st. Amity lodgo N«>. ."570. F. & V M
will officiate. EDWIN L. MKYER. Sc-o. *'
PARNASSUS' lodge No. 3SS, F. & A. M.. ~jT~
<-orn»-r 32th nx. and I *t.. Snnwt di»- »«#A-'-'
trict— Third degree THIS (TUESDAY) jZjt
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. /V^
ff.A. HO YT. Secreta ry .
i'ACIFIO lodfre No. 138, F. A A. M. J\
1759 Fillmore St.— Will meet on TUES-*#%»
DAY. the 16th, at 12:30 p. m., to at-/^V
tend the funeral of our late Bro., *
THOMAS STEVENSON. Master Masons 'are
. inrited.
GEORGE PENLINGTON, Secretary.
ALL PYTHIANS wrlcome THIS • mb.
(TUESDAY) EVENING «t 240
Goldea 'intp nv.; Enquire raiik. tesZx
klej:ka l»jl»(je No. v, «^E^»
* • •
J. A. MacDonald of
New York, who has been
here for a fortnight on a
business and pleasure
trip, has been dividing
his time between the
Fairmont nnd v the home
of the Charles .W.
Chirks in San Mateo. The
eastern visitor is accom
panied by hie niece. Miss
MacDonald. who has had
a large share of the in
formal entertainment of
the Jast few days in Bur
lingame and also in
town. Miss MacDonald
was the complimented
jruest at an informal
dinner party of the week
given at the Fairmont,
when her uncle presided
as host.
• • •
The Gordon Standings,
who have been at Bel
vedere most of the sum
mer, have been in town
for a few days and have
been entertaining in an
informal way. Mrs.
Blanding was" hostess at
a recent dinner party
given at the Fairmont
in compliment to Miss
Lena Blanding, and
among the guests were:
Mrs. E. B. Coleman, Fred
Sharon, Dr. Harry Tevis
and Tevis Blanding.
General Tasker II.
Bliss, accompanied by
Mrs. Bliss and his
daughter, arrived last
evening. They are at
the St. Francis for a few
days. They are going
to Fort Mason later In
the week, and their
presence at the post this
winter will mean that
the social affairs will b*
of exceptional interest.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. William
Drum are visitors at the
William Greer Hitch
cock home in San Mateo,
and the friends of the
Drum family have been
giving: the attractive
bride a cordial greeting 1 .
Mrs. Drum was Miss
Gertrude Guerin of Chi
cago and a favorite in
society in that city. Mr.
a.nd Mrs. Drum have
been on an extended
wedding journey, but
have returned to estab
lish their home here.
\u25a0 \u25a0?#'- .-. ;. #" V -'- • :?...'\u25a0
Lieut. Col. Francis
L. Payson and Mrs.
Payson are enjoying
their visit here anu
have been motoring
through the south. The
popular army couple
will be in this city more
or less until October 5,
when they sail for Hon
olulu, where Colonel
Payson is to be sta
tioned. They have been
entertained informally
by the service set' in
town and at the posts in
the south, where they
have been visiting.
* • \u25a0 •
Airs. Eleanor * Martin
returned yesterday to
her home in Broadway
after a weekend visit in
Burlingame*
MEETINGS — Lodgew— Con. .
SCOTLAND FOREVER! Clan Fraser, ..gSE*
Order of Scottish Clans will conduct i^S
an immense Sir Walter Scott cc]*.- «E&rcw
hratinn at the Van Ness theater TEVv
THIS EVENING.' The most sur- J^Vf*
passing program in years; complete J
dramatizations from "Lady of the Lake" ;
oration by Hon. Frank J. Murasky. Tickets
50c. 75c and $1; children half price. All seats
reserved today at box office. Ticket holders
urged to appear not later than 8 o'clock.
COMMITTEE.
ST. ANDREW'S" society of San if, gg,_>«
Francisco will celebrsto the 13Htb firrifiavfoti
unnivfrsary of the birth of Sir SKHfSW&
Walter Scott br a musical and •gS3t*3T
literary entertainment and -dance
in new Scottish nail. 121 Larkin st.. FRIDAY
EVENING. August 19. George W. Dickie will
' deliver the address. Tickets, 50e, may be
procured from members of the committee or
at the office of the hall.
JOHN H. ROBERTSON, President.
R. H. MURRAY. Secretary. ';.-.;
MARINE engineers* beneficial association No. 35
— Officers and members are hereby requested to
attend the funeral of our late Bro., "THOMAS
T. HOUSTON. Wednesday, August 17. at 2
o'clock, from I. O.O . F. hall, 7th and Market
ftjs.. S. F. By order
E. J. POWERS, President.
JOHN M. POWELL. Secretary. "
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING— Advertise ltll
bere. It will be returned to you if an honest
person finds it. Remarkable recoveries are
brought about every day through this column
IF YOU FIND -ANYTHING BRINQ if
to The
| San FraacUco Call i
; Lout and Found Bureau f
I Third and Blarket streets \
Get a claim check. Have It advertised.
Reclaim it If the owner does not.
THE LA W— People who find lost article*
ere Interested In knowing that the state law
is strict In requiring: them to seek the owners
throcgh advertisements and otherwise, and
that failure, to do to, if proof can be shown,
I involves a severe penalty. [
SUITCASE — If party, who' on last Sundar's
Northwestern Pacific train between . Camp
Meeker and Sausalito. took by mistake tnv
wicker suitcase Instead of his own, will re-
turn name with contents, 1 I will return his and
pay him $5 reward for his trouble; my suit
case, had a Daniel's Sajita Cruz express tag
T-}^ mr Dam *- Addresß WM. UATHMANV box
1.80. S. \u25a0 F. Call. P.S.— Sportsman act promptly
your rabbits are awaiting you. . '. * '
LOST In Berkeley Saturday. Aug. 13^-Gold watch
open faced; h. C. pin '06 attached. to silk fob;
reward. Address 2211 Durant ay.,, Berkeley;
phone Berkeley 141. . . ./. V '
•LOST— Sunday, stick pin; small diamond, garnet
and pearls; reward. Room 00, SO9 Leaven-
wortli... * . . . \u0084
LOST— Saturday, small chamois bag i containing
t hree diamond rings ; reward ; tel. • Berkeley
3210, or address 1603 Le- Roy are., 'Berkeley.
A\D FOUXp— Continued .
LOST — An Irish setter bitch; answers to the
- name .of Juno. W. B. MEYER, : 1701 - Eddy
; Kt.; phono West 1903.
LOST— A child's coat. near ferry Saturday, about
<> :30 p. in. '. ' Please ; return to 733 Merchants'
Exchange bldg. ; - , : . ':\u25a0 ./r^'i;
I.O.ST— Jersew cow; volor yellow; branded "A."
Return. to J. T. HOLLAND, 31S Railroad ay.,
s'nid, receive SuitaMo reward. 1 . \
LOST — Black -pocket book. . For reward return to
J. M. HIND. 310 California street. - '
GOLD locket, engraved Stanley; leave- with
cashier. Call office and receive- reward. <
LOST— Friday, club pin; reward. C. C. C, 333
Kearny St.. room 50G. - \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0 " - '
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Male
ACCOUNTANT keeps small sets of books, day
work only. Address P. O. box 283, Berkeley.
BARBEK wants a position In a country town..
1755 Stooklon st.
CARPENTER and builder wants work: new. old
or remodeling. Address J. A. WILLIAMS,
50S Cough St.. or phone Market 5743. \u25a0'.-,.'• .' \u25a0
CULTURED young couple,., ronversant with 5
languages, able to teach, also good house keep-
ers and care takers, desire positions; refer-
enres. Phone West- 5050. 300S California st.
EXPEKIKNOF.D wine maker as distiller wishes
position. 150 Lisbon ' st. ' '\u25a0 .
. FOREIGN
Businessman. German, 40, English-Spanish office
experience, conversant with Spanish . custom
bouse tariffs, desires engagement October 1
with first class import house in Spanish
America or U. S. colonies, or as representative
for export firm or corporation in need \of
executive servires: city references: Address
KOSMO.S, box 1737, Call office.
FIRST class Chinese cook in hotel, restaurant,
boarding house, hospital, family, springs.
Cull or -address 050 Stockton street, room 49.
FIRST class candy maker would like a position
in retail store, working 4 hours every day.
Box 1815, Call office.
HEAD gardener. Swf-de, .",0 yearn old, would like
steady position •with good wages; graduated
from horticultural college, high school: 15
.vcars' experience; first class California refer-
ences: state wages and work yon bare. Box
1771. Call office.
MACHINIST, first class all around, country pre-
ferred. Box 15. Decoto. Cal.
NKAT, honest Japauese schoolboy wants posi-
tion to work; can speak English. HITANI,
.•;O.".ft Sacramento st.; phone West (Vi 72.
PAPER HANGER or carpenter, good English-
man, wants work; $2.50 a day; good refer-
ences. 21R Preclta ay.
SHOW CARD WRITER'S HELPER— Young man
with some experience would like position with
a card writer or card writer and window trim-
mer. Box ISO 4, Call office.
WANTED — By a competent book keeper, a small
set of hooks to attend to evenings. Address
box 1253. Call office. • - ; .
WANTED — Work; will do anything. ALBERT
HEAVENSTON, 75 3d st. -
YOUNG man wishes position as carpenter; con-
crete form molding, finishing, concrete work,
plaster ami complete mechanic. Box 1729,
Cull office.
YOUNG man familiar with general office work
and experienced in the newspaper business de-
sires position, either city or countrj. Ad-
dress box IR&j. Call office*
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Female
COMPETENT laundress, best reference, wishes \
day work. Box 1379, Call office.
EXPERIENCED stenographer and book keeper.
Phone Park 3661.
ESTABLISHED dress maker solicits ladies' pat-
ronage; perfect fitting: quick and prices rea-
sonable; at home or by the day. Phone Park
5233. '
FRENCH pastry. Van Duesen system. ornament-
Ing, fancy coffee cnly, etc.. taught in your
own home. Phone Mission 6155. MISS SMITH.
FASHIONABLE dress maker, cutter and fitter;
18 years' experience; by the day, .$2.50, or
at borne: .no cheap work solicited. MRS.
FOLEY. 1032 Post st.; phone West KWB.
GOOD competent woman, good plain j cooking
and to assist in light housework ;. city or
country. Box 1753, Call office.
WOMAN wants general housework; will not take
care of children. Box 1776, Call office. \u25a0
RELIABLE seamstress on French hand made
children's and infants' outfits; also ladies'
underwear; will go out by day or take work
home; reasonable and first class; phone Park
0227. Box 1744. Call office.
SPINNERS wanted at once; steady work guar-
anteed. Apply PORTLAND WOOLEN MILLS,
St. Johns, Ore.
WOMAN with a child desires situation on ranch;
good cook and house keeper; $25. MISS
DILLON. 1138 Turk st.
YOUNG woman, 25, wishes situation with baby
girL 2 years; good cook; large wages not
expected; please call room 18, today or to-
night, Juanita hotel, 322 San Pablo aye., Oak-
land. Mrs. Day. j^-
YOUNG German cook desires situation In hos-
pital, hotel or family. $45. MISS DILLON,
1138 Turk st- West 64C0. .
MALE HELP WANTED
HOP PICKERS' SPECIAL TRAINS for^both
Saaz and Largo ranches wili leave THURSDAY
MORNING. AUGUST 18. at 8:15. via Sausa-
lito boat from Ferry building, foot of Market
st. Be sure to be on hand early enough to
check your baggage; SPECIAL RATE TICK-
ETS will be on sale «t OUR OFFICE ONLY,
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a. m. to 5 p m.
AMERICAN HOP AND BARLEY COMPANY,
116 California st. t
WANTED — Able bodied men for the U. S.
Marine corps, between the ages of 19 and 35.
Must be native born or have first papers.
Monthly pay $15 to $69. Additional compensa-
tion possible. Food, clothing, quarters and medi-
cal attendance free. After 30 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-
lng station. 95 Market St.. San Francisco. CaL '
HOP PICKERS:
Reduced rate tickets on our special train now
ready and, as we have only a limited number for
sale, you must secure your ticket immediately;
every ticket sold guarantees a position.
E. C. HORST CO., 150 Pine St., S. F.
MEN WANTED, age IS 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
positions monthly: state age; nend stamp.
RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, care Call office.
WANTED— Services of a bright, energetic man
in a growing business with great future; this
is a fine chance for the right man; salary to
start $150 and share In business; $3,000 cash
investment in the. company required. Address
box 1796, Call office.
BOYS wanted over 14 years age. 1461 Polk st.
r '\u25a0 \u25a0
BOYS wanted; good wages. 258 Montgomery st.
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 and pay wages while learning. ? Call
and let us explain the Moler system. 234 3d st.
WANTED — Experienced' book keeper, who also un-
derstands shorthand and stenography, also dry
goods and fancy goods for country: not over
35 years of age; state, references and salary
expected. Box 1735, Call offlo».
SALESMAN, experienced in the wholesale fancy
goods business, acquainted with the local
• trade; good position to the right party. An-
ply to M. S- KOHLBERG & CO.. 120 Pine st.
ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkin St.— Vegetable cook, $70-
milker j and do . chores. $30: pantryman. $4i> :
nusbo.vf?. clubs and hotels. $33; young man for
- housework and waiting, $30. and others.
10 BUBHELMEN .wanted: must be first class
men tailors; good salary: no others need an-
ply t W. BARON, ; 118 Geary st. •
WANTED — Young man 'who< is used to horses
for stable work; wages .s3o and found. 348
; Clement Bt.,* Richmond .bakery. . „•
DOUGLAS HOUSE, 758 Harrison, near, 3d— Now
open; 200 hard finished rooms; reading room*
\u25a0 hot water; rooms 25c day.; sl.2s-$1.50 week. '
SINGLE" man wanted to work on fruit and alfalfa
ranch by the year. -C. E. WOODWOKTH
owner. 2416 Durant ay.. Berkeley.
AA— YOUNG man 1 about 20 years as book keeper
and stenographer. \u25a0 Apply to v HOLDEN-DEU-
PREY CO., 120 West, Mission st. .: .
WANTED — Cement : laboratory assistant; young
man about 20 years; high' school education. Ad-
dress box 1873, / Call office.'-; ;.;;.. >-.;\u25a0;_; . ,
WANTED— €OO: men to occupy rooms,. 20c to 80c
Per night (free bath), at the NEW YORK. 753
Howard st. ; between , 3d . and \u25a0 4th." ' • ; „" . . ,
MEN ! of ideas : with - some ' Inventive - ability
GBEELEY'i UcINTIRE. Patent Attorney*.
- Wa»blnjton. : D. :0..;. .; ;. '-.'.<• -\u25a0
STEADY 'man to * tend cigar j stand ;> experience
-unnecessary; small' security; required.; 306 12th.
BOY with < wheel wanted : nt - 612 . 0' Farrell '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 s t.
SMART, man to lielp » wait" at i lunch counter and
\u25a0assist in general; good ;.wages. ;, ; 193 6th Ist. .- .
FIRST CLASS ladles', tailor.wanted: ladies' tailor
garments. LV.BARRON. 232 O'Farreirst. \u25a0
NKW-; WESTERN. -1124 Howard— Single '\u25a0\u25a0 rooms,
. 11^ Md,2te : per 'night; hot ;«od, cold, waterl"
• • •
The younger girls
\u25a0who are in town at this i
season have been giving
a series of theater, par- i
ties in an informal way,
and each occasion half
a dozen young people
with a chaperone have
enjoyed the diversion.
Miss Marian Marvin,
who is passing the sum
mer in Mill Valley with
her sister. Mrs. Roy
Soroers, has been in
town for one or two of
these reunions, and an
other of the Mill Valley
contingent, Miss Xatalie
Hunt, has been in the
group. Miss Doris Wil
shire is one of the co
terie that is reviving
the theater party this
month for her young
friends.
• * *
Paymaster Walter
Greer and Mrs. Greer
are at Independence
lake, where they will re-'
main for the month.
• * •
Mrs. Henry St. Goar
and her daughter. Miss
Erna St. Goar, will not
return to their home in
California street until
early' in September, and
in the meantime are en
tertaining at a series of
informal house parties
at their summer home in
Ross. They have en
joyed several weeks of
the season out of town,
and, according to their
present 'intention, will
extend the visit for a
few weeks longer.
• • . •
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J.
Morton will leave this
afternoon for the orient
and will tour the world,
expecting to travel for
over a year in foreign
lands. , They have been
feted by their friends at
several farewell affairs
prior to their departure,
and a large company
will attend them to the
pier to wish the trav
elers bon voyage.
• * •
The friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Ivers of
Honolulu are pleased
over the probability that
they will visit in this
city next month on their
way around the world.
They will be guests at
the William G. Irwin
home in Washington
street and will be the
incentive for some of the
elaborate entertainment
of the coming month.
• • *
Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Scott Jr. have reopened
their home in Buchanan
street after an absence
of several months. They
have been on an ex
tended camping trip in
the mountains of Oro
gon, where they have
been "roughing it" like
mountaineers. The trip
was undertaken ' on ac
count of Scott's health,
which has been com
pletely restored by the
rest and outing.
frHE SA2ST -FRAn<3ISCO CALL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1910.
MALE HELP/ AVAXTJGJD-^onUnued^
MEN wanted at 103 3d st to have their shoes
rppalred: t=ewed soles 75c. rinne In 10 mlnntea.'.
WASTED TO LEARVJTRADE^
WANTED— Men at ' Los Angeles, ; no expense,- to
•learm. trades of. electricity, automobiles, plumb-
ing, brick' laying, by actual work on contract
jobs; .only- few months required; 200 students
_; last rear: catalogue free. I(i2.'{ Mfct.'-st.. •S.'-'F.
_^_^JFEMALE HELP^JVV'^AjVTED^^
AAAAA-^Young women v wanteil as operators by
the Pacific . Telephone a ud Telegraph Company;
must be bright. | neat in i appearance, baWf«?n
tbe ages of 18 and 25 years, of fair education
unquestionable character. ./.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS. •
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCHROOMS.
/ LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
ING.
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.
corner Pine. • -
HOP PICKERS" SPECIAL TRAINS - f or \u25a0 both
J Saaz and Largo ranches will leave THURSDAY
'MORNING. -AUGUST 18. at S:l5. via Sausa-
:llto boat from Ferry building, foot of Market
st. Be. sure to be on hand early enough- to
check your baggage; SPECIAL RATE TICK-
SI'S will be on sale at OUR. OFFICE ONLY,
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
AMERICAN HOP AND BARLEY COMPANY,
116 California st. ~ \u25a0 .
AA — Women and \u25a0 girls apply Immediately for
cutting and canning iiwlt; highest wages,
steady work, healthful and moral surroundings.
CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO., 18U» and
Minnesota st. .",
..\u25a0 " • HOP PICKERS:
Reduced, rate tickets on our special train now
ready and, as we hare only a limited number for
sale, you must secure your ticket immediately;
every ticket . sold guarantees a position.
E. C. HORST CO., 150 Pine st., S. F.
YOUNG, energetic woman of good appearance
and refined manner, with some knowledge of
• salesmanship,^ to aid in eriuctlonal: work; ex-
perience as a teacher preferred but not neces-
sary; splendid opportunity for lady not afraid
of bard work; pay fair to begin with; increase.
Address box 3021. Call office, Oakland. .
WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit;
highest wages paid; carfare allowance; pleas-
ant occupation; sanitary, workrooms: special
inducements to competent canncrs and cutters
SUNLIT FRUIT CO., 4th and Dwight way,
Berkeley. ; • - .
PLENTY of. work, good wages, for women and
girls; start immediately and work until No-
vember 15; cottages and tents provided. Call
at once. Central California Canneries, San Lo-
renzo. Alameda county. Cal.
OAKLAND. M
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE LEARNING.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY ST3.
\u25a0s, . APPLY TO MR. DAVIS.
WAKTED — Woman of brains and ambition who
is seeking a life work; opportunity to earn
well now and work for. a future. Address box
3012. Call office. Oakland.
LADIEC, learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING nnd Beauty Cul-
ture: diplomas and formulas given; Individual
instruction. 967% Market st., bet. sth and Gth.
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
. massage: special teachers; evening classes. The
NEW MILDRED HAIR PARLORS. 130 Geary.
WANTED— Experienced saleswoman for general
store in> country. Apply to superintendent of
HALE BROS. Inc., Market and Oth sts., S. F.
SPECIAL rates — Learn hair dressing, manicuring,
hair work; only system in 3 wks. ; positions
waiting. MILDRED hair store. 1475 Halght at
GIRL to do cooking. Call forenoon at 1810
Bush st.
GIRL for plain cooking and housework; wages
$25. Apply at bakery. 3598 Fulton st.
GIRL to assist in housework mornings. 1631
Oak st.
WANTED— Girl to solicit for multlgraphlng
company on percentage. Box ISCI. Call office.
BARBERS AWD SUPPLIES • '
TUNGSTEN STEEL! TUNGSTEN STEELI
Iron, as you all know, was the first In metal-
lurgy; then by later discovery the many differ-
ent steels came into use. TUNGSTEN STEEL,
the very latest, presents to you the best ever.
In fact TUNGSTEN STEEL KA7.OKS are as far
ahead of otiier so called good razors as a Tungsten
elecrrfo lamp is versus a candle. We have many
genuine testimonials from the most prominent
barbers, praising the high QUALITY of this
razor. We have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY.
Price $2.25.
DECKELMAN BROS., INC., '
162-IC4 Turk St.. San Francisco. Cal. -
TWO chair shop. $200; y> interest $125; fixtures
cost $500. COLEMAN, S.'{Q Market St.
THREE chair country shop; only one in town;
pop. 1,000; $600 takes It this week. COLE-
MAN, 830 Market st.
PARTNER; -4 chair shop on Market; long lease;
$500; low rent; a bargain; partners disagree.
COLKMAJf. 830 Market Bt.
TWO chair shop, $300; this is a snap; right In
heart of city. COLEMAN. 830 Market st. »
BARBERS fit Stoltz'. 731 Market St.— You can
save money this week on Koken round base
hydraulic chairs: also several, nonhydraullc
chairs; French plate mirrors, all sizes; dou-
ble and single bowl wash stands with all
nickel trimmings; one cash . register: poles;
stands, bottles, etc.; remember, great sav-
ing can be made this week; cash or on terms
to suit.
BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS,
Sola on installments of $5 PEH MONTH
no ! s4 I . B8 ';/ I[IrDRBS - VIBRATORS or HAIR
tr, on Kmall monthly payments and we
will allow you top price on your old fixtures in
exchange. Remember, we are not in the trust
JAMES BA'KKER. INC.,
Phone Franklin 3899. -94 Turk gt.
BARBER shop running 4 chairs steady; rent only
?18; good lease; fine furniture; shop worth good
money;, owner died lately, therefore shop can
STJgg' ff ffiSfct^ mISS thl " lUaU ' rC
$050 — t chair barber shop in San Jose, strictly
up to date; fine location: good average busi-
ness; cheap rent and lease: selling on account
of sickness. Address F. H. R.,;Call agency,
San Jose.
WANTED — Men and women to learn barberin"
so many have left for good jqbs, must have.
more beginners: absolutely free to next 10 Call
S. F. BARBKIt COLLEGE. 790, Howard st.
WANTED— First class barber; $17 per week to
right man; must belong to union. Answer -by
letter, stating - age, -W. I. SPAULDING, Hotel
Barber Shop. Lodi. Cnl.
SHOP for sale— A chairs; 25th and Valencia sts;.
on account of deatli of owner; everything up to
date; cheap rent. Inquire at 2788 Mission st.
TWO. chair union shop; cheap rent; good living-
sloo if sold this week: other business. Corner
\u25a0 Ith and Harrison streets. . -. ..'
CHEAPEST new mirrors In city; new barber
chairs and shops bought and sold. Phones
Park 1242, M 2941; 394 Hayes st. , • .
FIRST class 2 chair barber shop for sale In best
town on coast. Apply 314 Macdonald aye.,
. Richmond, Cal.
GOOD barber wishes evenings or nights, Satur-
day noon and Sunday Job. 2239 Sutter st.
WANTED — Experienced \u25a0 lady . barber; stcadv
position. 335 Third st.
GET the best, it cost no more, at BAUER'S bar-
bers' supplies, 59 O'Farrell st. .
2 \u25a0' CHAIR barber shop: good location: cheap
rent; . owner leaving city. 2002 Mission : st.
YOUNG married man wants steady job iv coun-
try ; Al / baiijer. . Address 17!)3 : Sanchez . st.
BOOTBLACK, steady, for nigbt shift. Golden
West barber shop. S4 Ellis st.. corner. Powell.
WANTED— Good barber. ste«My; union wages.
547. 16 th St., Oakland.
MANICURIST , wanted who is Batisfled to keep
all she makes. ISALEY. :573 Bush st. *
YOUNG \u25a0' barber, apprentice. : to finish trade;
> good opportunity. -2955 Mission st., .near 2Cth.
WANTED— First class barber. 544 Market st.
WANTEIH-Flrst clcss , barber »at Hotel Manx
barber shop, 224 O'Farrell St. ,'at ; Powell.
BARBER wanted for Saturday at 547 16th st.
oorner Clay, .Oakland. :m ;• /
BAKBEUS' Protective Union— Employment secre-
t ary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.: phone Knv. 53R4.
SAL^S^gjV^A'p^S^LICITORS WX'TO
SALESMEN 1 wanted— Thousands of: go<xl posi-
tions open, paying $1,000 to $"..000 yearly and
,110 experience: needed, to t get one of
them; we. will, teach you ; to be an expert sales-
man "by v tnall and . assist ; you to secure a • pood
, position,*. where yon can earn ; while you learn:
write" or call "today f* 'full particulars and
. testimonials: f rom " hundreds of| men |we have
placed in good 'positions- paying ( from $100 'to
- $.">OU a i month ,' and ." expenses ; - nddcess nearest
offU-e. ;\u25a0 National Salesmen:s Training '.Assn..
\u25a0 Metropolis" :liauk building, . Sau' .- Fran-
Branch.'^: New .York, Chicago, '.Kansas
- (.ity, .Minneapolis. Atlanta.., ' -: - , .
SALESMEN I throughout | entire f Pacific j coast for
nationally advertised j practical office . specialty;
fino/opportunityj for, advancenrent;' experienced
specialty salesmen 'and; young 'men with' proper
: 7 references, 1 ." but no > experience, c acceptable.^ Call
or; address ' 1612 , Call \u25a0 building. ;.- ? f ":'-•••.'--: V \u25a0'•;-'-• '•<-,
SALESMAN, for 'druggist's sundry house; must' be
alhustler'and acquaintedf-wlth'trade; no "other
need apply; commission; a 'good; opportunity for
;\u25a0; the right man; references required; replies con-
, sidered confidential: * Box ; 1.505.; Ca1l office. , -.':
WANTED— Fancy Vgowls : salesman. .: 13Sj Gth st.
SALES>IEX linil SOLICITORS vrtk.~Con:
WANTED— 2 I reliable salesmen ;' ofie for city, one
; '\u25a0 for I country; give j age; fl experience and ref er-
ences; important ; opportunity for men of abil-
- Ity. Box 1820. Call, of flee. , , , -
SALESMEN wanted— Big offer to big men; write
us for 'particulars; you will be interested. Ad-
dress OREGON NURSERY COMPANY. Orenco,
Ore. \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084\u25a0 •',\u25a0 - \u25a0- .. \u25a0--•\u25a0 \u25a0. ,-; \u25a0'
\u25a0CORPORATION wants salesman who has had
experience with the sales of stock and bonds.
Box 17»7. Call office. .
AN opportunity to make bis money for solicitors;
$10, daily. Room 216. piS Market st. -
SALESMAN for country work:' salary and com-
m^yion: beach propertr. 14K0 Market at.
ACEXTS WAJfTED V .
AGKNTS wanted, men or women, to sell our
line of household specialties;- 530 weekly; pres-
ent free. Send for circulars. Jones . Supply
Co.. dept. E. .07 E. Park. Bntte. Mont.
AGENTS, you ran make jss per day selling
\u25a0..Peerless electric heaters: "special Inducement
if you mean business. 421> Phelßii hlflg.. S. F.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
PHONE PAC. DOUGLAS 3532r HOMB~C^466SJ
§ 031 GRANT A Y.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE
\u25a0' AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS.
AAA A— CANTON Bureau of Information— Chi-
nese servants; > contracts for resorts. Canto*
Bank bldg.. 649 Kearny St.; phone gutter 118.
AAA— \u25a0 PHONE WEST 173L~ - - .- • '
. Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of-
flee in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Lagnaa st.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Kmp.
Co.; best help with care and guar. 1513 Geary
«t.; phones. West 5688. Home S4OSB.
A. S. HORI, reliable Japanese-Chinese help
Promptly furnished :. open day and nieht. 1743
utter et. PHONES — WEST 2503. S-2503. \
J. CANN, . Chinese employment bureau. Phone
Douglas 3166. \u25a0 770 Clay St.. San Francisco.
H. W. HONG, Chinese employement office, 80$
Webster St.. Oakland; phones Pekln 25. A 3723.
STAR emp. office: Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KOPATA. 3floS Geary: tel. West Ift7. H49OS. '
RENT THAT VACANT ROOM ,
A small want ad In The Call will do it quicker
• than a dozen signs plastered on your windows
I . and which . spoil the looks ot your home be-
sides. ' Phone Kearny 88 for an ad man to call
and see yog. - . \u25a0 - .
ROOMS TO LET— Fur. and Uniur.
A COZY borne for respectable ladies. 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Stb. 'under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished; every
modern convenience; ; steam heat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean; centrally
located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
- 1349;. prices very moderate, ranging from 25c
per night up; special rates by th» week. ox
month. See matron, room 83. \u25a0 -- ;
A— SINGLE ROOMS— Nicely furnished, steam
- heated, bath, hot water always, elevator. 1474
Sacramento st. above Hyde.
BARTLETT st.. 19%— 3 nice, sunny, furnished
rooms for gentlemen; reasonable.
BUCHANAN St., 1519, near O'Farrell— Sunny, |
furnished rooms; in middle flat.
BROADWAY, 1620, next to Van Ness ay.— Fine,
large, sunny front room; others marine view;
convenient to all care.
CLARA St., 164, near 5th — 2 rooms partly fur-
nished: one room unfurnished; porch entrance.
DEWEY HOUSES. 4th and Howard— All modern
conveniences; 200 rooms. 85c to $1 day. $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
DEVISADERO St., 428, bet. Oak and Fell— Large
sunny furnished rooms; bath, phone Park 7182;
handy to cars; $2 week up.
EDDY st., S27 — 3 sunny rooms, 1 with bay
windows; elegantly furnished; Walking dis-
tance; board if desired: reasonable.
EDDY st., 052 — Nicely furnished single rooms,
$2 week; walking . distance; transients 50c
day; house keeping if desired.
EDDY st., 1112, opp. Jefferson sq. — Nicely fur-
nished room; run. water: gentlemen pref. ; $10.
KLLIS St., 1052— Nicely furnished room, with
separate entrance; walking distance ; $5.
FILLMORE St., 529—3 sunny rooms; large al-
cove front room, with 2 beds; house keeping
if desired.
FILLMORE St., 1738 — Call and see our rooms,
•fitted for batching or without. '
GOLDEN GATE a y.. 1001. opposite Jefferson
Squjire^ — Sunny room, 12 windows, bath, phone;
overy convenience.
GOUGII St.. 1315 — Newly furnished single room,
$1.50 week; . bath, ' phone.
HOWARD st., 2126 A —2 very sunny front rooms;
tinely furnished and comfortable; reasonable.
HOWARD St., 2171— Sunny, furnished front
room; $10 for 1 person or $12 for 2.
HOWARD St.. 2179. near 18th— Nicely furnished,
sunny rooms, 1-2-3 rooms; bath in each.
LAGUNA St., SL'4, cor. McAllister— Sunny, front,
bay window hkpg. rooms; $3.50 per week.
LEAVENWORTH St., 061, near Bush— Sunny
furnished suite, with running water; also sin-
gle rooms, suitable for gentlemen; phone;
walking distance.
NICELY furnished room for 1 or 2 gentlemen,
\u0084 Noe Valley district; quiet neighborhood; pri-
vate family; near carllne. For particulars
address by letter 4030 23d st.; give references.
OVERLAND HOUSE. 569 Sacramento st. below
Montgomery — Now open; 200 rooms; hot and
cold water in every room; 25c to $2 per day;
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
PAGE St., 454, near Buchanan — Sunny, bay
window front parlor; prlv. family; quiet, se-
lect neighborhood; • marine view; $3 week.
PIERCE. St., 120. cor. Halght— Nicely furnished
2 room apartments; $18 and $20.
P 1 NE st., 1900, near Octavia— Shnny front room;
4 windows, fireplace, piano, bath; carpets and
furniture new; also small rooms, $8 up./
STEINER St.. 909-^Fine, large sunny bsmt, fur-
nished; stove; gas; 1 or 2 men; $4 each mo.
SHOTWELL st., S74 — Large, sunny, front parlor;
low rent: gentlomen. - ' . -
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPI-VG
AAA— TURK St.. 1150, bet. Laguna and Bu-
chanan — Cozy little house keeping rooms, $2
up; modern- flat; phone. -bath, laundry.
ARMY St., 3309, near Mission— 2 or 4 fyrnished
sunny house keeping rooms; gas, bath, regular
kitchen; home comforts; reasonable.
BAKER St.. 316, opp. Panhandle — 2 sunny front
rooms, all cony., reasonable; single, $6 month.
BARTLETT St., 419. near 23th— 2 or 3 house
. \u25a0 keeping . rooms. $10. $12, $20.
BELVEDERE st.. 138—2 elegant front rooms,
furnished for house keeping; bath, gas; rea-
sonable; also furnished room, $8 per month.
CAKMELITA st.,'7B. nr. Duboce park— 2 fui<
nished house keeping rooms, with use of bath
nnd laundry; private family; rent reasonable.
CALIFORNIA st., 840 — Partly furn. rear 3 room
apt.; ground floor; morn, sun; $15; furn. 2
room apt.; private bath;., no. sun; $22.50; refs.
DOLORKS. 1427 — A new sunny front house keep-
• ing room, bath and laundry; $12.50 per month.
ELLIS st., 1177 — Sunny. room, $6 per month; also
house keeping suite, $20 per month ; gas and
bath. .
FILtMORE st., 1738— Suite of 2 or 3 rooms,
real- kitchen,, at $2 up; single sunny front
room,. $2 up: electric light and bath.
GUERRERO -st.', 930 near 21st— 3 large, sunny,
connecting rooms, .furnished for house keeping;
batb. gas stove: reasonable.
GEARY St., 1692— Sunny alcove room and
kitchen; complete for couple:, phone.
GOUGH ' St.. 1315 — Newly ,< furnished 2 rooms,
complete for house keeping; $12 month; bath;
both phones. \ \u25a0
HAIGHT St., 100% — House keeping rooms; rea-
.;'. sonable. .;\u25a0\u25a0 - - J . ..- - \u25a0• \u25a0 , .-. _,-
HOWARD st., 563 — Front room and kitchen, fur-
nished,' $12;,' 2 con..". gas 6r-coal, $10;-' others,
single or double, $1.50, per 'week. ' ".'" .'- -
LANDERS: st., 100-111 A, bet. 15th and lbth-^4
-rooms; gas; bath; $15.- 0 small sunny^rooms,
'- pas, \. yard. $10.,. •• : • . \u25a0 ~ \u25a0
I.VOX, 1911, nr. Sac— 2 sunny furn. hskpg.
S >>a*einents rooms; - laundry;:, yard; -very cheap.
OCTAVIA st., 1410— Several fine rooms for house
keeping; reduced -rates; select neighborhood.
O'FAKRELL Bt.. 1646-^-3 sunny -rooms, complete
for .bouse keeping, gas range, $20; 1 room. $12.
POST, st., 1632. ;near Laguna — Elegantly furn.
:.. front parlor and kitchen; extreme^, light and
' suuny ;. very modern ; no other roomers. Phone
\u25a0V. West . 6336. - ..,-- -.:.\u25a0. \u25a0 . , . :
SCOTT st., v . 1605. Sutter cars, 1 West "3l4l— Large
sunny , house keeping ; rooms.- complete; ' sln-le
furnished rooms; reasonable to right. party. ..
SCOTT ; st.. >, 2040^-Sunny single •' house ; keejing
\u25a0 room, with closets.bath and phone; West 2014. j
UTAH st.7v 523—2 \u25a0 nice '« sunny = rooms } for L bou«e
c' keeping; reasonable rent." j - x :) :-:"\u25a0:\u25a0- : -
WALLER ; St.." 339, near . Fillmore — Nicely ; furn.
-: house , keeping room; - batb. ,• gas.-- phone; $14
Vpcr tno.::also turn, room. for man." $;f per mo.
VAN NESS ay./311; cor. Grove— Furnished sunny
m suites.' $20; single rooms," $2.50 to $3 per week ;
\u0084 gas, running .water: and > phone. .••\u25a0., : , . --.
5T i? n-" 3(i5 — House keeping 1 and single I rooms;
\u0084'sl--i> per -week; bath; hot and* cold, water in
-*- every room. A \u25a0 ,:\u25a0 ; -i ' -','.\u25a0-'. - : " '-.- -^ . .«- \u25a0 .-._
t£i P 5 h1 ,3275.?r0r. Valencia— l. 2or 3 rooms.
m f nrniPhed { for • house \ keeping ; bath; reas. ; a Iso
Binsrlo r.Tom.'' $5 \u25a0 per ' mo. '. - - -.: " " "'. - -
qAKUJ[b;HbBiiE f " ROOMS
FOR rent-^-Tor , 5 rooms ; and batb. furnished - foe
-house keeping; .4 rooms. cs22.£n»; 5 r00m3,'527.
Ttese , rooms , are ; conveniently . located . to bota
y Bouthern Pacific and : Key Route f errys and
SBtrettcsr lines. 1202 Bth et.; corner MagaoU*.
> \u25a0 - - ' " J, ' . - .. \u25a0 " ' - - \u25a0 .- " \u25a0.-,..
CJAJO^A^JD^TSK^P^JROOMS—^ur^n^jfjil
AT 24th St.. 471, bet. Broadway and Telegraph—
:. 3 House keeping rooms, furnished, complete;
regular kitchen, ; gas, bath, electricity; $25.
MCE sunny bouse keeping rooms to let at 272
4th st.; very . reasonable.
2 SUNNY; rooms, famished for house keeplnj.
770 19th -st. near We«t. .
AAA — COUI'LE wanted to rent front and back
parlor; two gentlemen: ererrthing is strictly
first class, mod. cony. 2517 California st.,
. apt. o. .
AAA— THE WEMPE; 410 Oak St.— Single anu
. double Mtnns with board. $00 per moottk up.
BOARD. and room; rooms suitable for 1 or 2;
call and see me. 95£ Ellis st."
CALIF.. 1541— St. Margaret's club for girls,
teachers, students, bun. women, tourists; sun-
ny rooms; excellent board; rate* reaa. Pa.
Fkln. 3292; Home C 2568.
FOR list of Inspected rooms see DOMO DIRSC-
TORY. Saves time. 11 to 2. 522 Crocker big.
HAVES, 9<n5 — Rooms and board. $5.50 to $7 wk.,
. $25 to $30 mo. : piano. Home phone S32sfi.
JACKSON st., 155S— Very desirable sunny rooms
with board.
OCTAVIA St.. 1926, cor. Sacramento— Splendid
location, facing Lafayette sq.; large, cheerfnl
. tunny rms.; excellent board; references: phone.
O'FARRELL St.. 1235— Front alcove room; also
side room ; excellent home cooking.
PACIFIC ay., 1716 — Large, sunny, front room;
choice table; reasonable; references.
ROOM and board at 1275 Dolores gt.
SCOTT St.. ISil— 2 nicely furnished double rooms
with board; running- water; reasonable.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory, Central ay. and
Waller St., San Francisco — A beautiful home,
where old ladles, young girls and llttto call-
flren can board very reasonable. \u25a0 ;
SUNNY rooms, with board, for 2 gentlemen.
52S Jones at., Oakland.
SUNNY front room: nicely furnished; with or
-without board. 1021 Lagnna st. .\u25a0 \
SHRADER St., 526— Newly furnished sunny
__rooms._ with or without board: terms reas.
UOOJIS-AXn HOARD
NORTHGATE, 1809 Euclid ay.; t-L Berk- 1615;
north entrance of university campus — Apart-
ments with private baths; single rooms: steam
heat and callbell in every room ; sleeping
porches: first class tab'e board; special sum-
mer rates. M. M. HENRY.
ROOMS AA'D BOARD WANTED
YOUNG man desires room and board in private
Protestant .family; no other boarders. Box
1774. Call office; -
APARTMENTS
SW. COR. 6TH AY. and CALIFORNIA— Modern
apartments of 4 rooms and bath each; 2 of
the best car lines in the city pass the door;
only 30 minutes from downtown. If you waa(
a good flat cheap see these; rent $20. Apply
on premises or SHAINWALD, BUCKBEE &
CO., 27 MONTGOMERY ST. TEL. DOUGLAS
AAA— Aparta of 1 to 4 rooms, private bath, ele*.
rum.: sunny; electric light, hot water, heat.
elevator. Janitor service, linen; beautiful read-
iac lobby; 1 rm.. $15 up; 2 rms.. $27.50 up; 3
r«w.. $40 up; 4 rms.. $50 up; Hsigbt st. car*
••Roeemont." 214 Halght: phone Park SS9.
COLUMBIA Apts.. cor. Ellis and Polk— 2 and 3
rooms, furn.; private xhalls and baths; hot
water all times; steam heat; elevator: private
phones: all conveniences; sunny fronts on 3
streets; see them.
LUNDY APTS.. SUnyan «s- at Frederick— Tn*
moet complete In the city; hot and cold water,
electric lights, baths, elevator service, janitor
tervlce; every room In hoose light; rent reaa.
AA— VAN NESS APARTMENTS. 212S Van Ness
nr. Broadway — Elegantly furnished apts. of "3
and 4 rooms; steam heat. elec. light, elevator;
marine view: reasonable. Phone Franklin 2590.
A— YEKBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST.
NR. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES Or 2-«
v RMS.. BATH; COMPLETELY FURN.: KMTS.
TWO and 8 apts.; 2 elegant double beds; hotel
service; lights, linen, soap, etc.. free: as low
as $45. EUla Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Jonea.
CASTLEREAGH APTS.. 1373 Clay bet. Jones and
Leavenwortls — 3-4 room apts.; eteam heat, hot
water, elevator, white marble front entrance.
KNICKERBOCKER apts.. just completed: 2
rooms and bath: hardwood floors; disappear In;
beds. 1330 Pine st. near Hyde.
CHISMORE Apts.. SE. cor. Bush and Jones— l-2-
3-4 rooms; all modern conveniences; now ready.
ST. DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bush st. at Jonea
— Up to date In every respect; 1-2-3-4 rooms.
BEST modern 4 room apts.. turn, and naXam..
for the money at the Maryland. 363 Pag» »t-
EL FOREST apts.. 82S Bush near Taylor— 3 and
4 rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
LLOYD, 34 — Apartment flat. 5 rooms; hall car-
peted and lighted by owner: yard, storeroom.
COLUMBUS Apts., NE. cor. Pacific and Larkla—
3 and 4 rm. apts., unf nrn. ; $20. $22. $24.
THE LORING. 2400 Van Ness. cor. Green—
Sunny furn. and unfurn. apts.. 3 and 4 rooms.
EUREKA APTS., Mkt. and 17th sts.— Beautiful
3 & 4 rm. apts.; phone, janitor service; sunny.
A — Oakhurst Apts.. Washington & Taylor — Nice-
ly f urn. 3 rms. A b. ; new, sunny ; mod. : reaa.
NEW Pilcher Apta.. 1618 Polk nr. Bacramento—
Well fnre. apts.; 4 car Uucn; single rooms.
ST. ELMO. 1452 Uevisadero st. — Furn. front or
single snifs; bttu. phone; all cony. $12 to 140.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
AT 1651 FILLMORE ST.
AL.A3IEDA APARTMENTS
NEW 4 room apartments; sunny all around; yard
and basement; range and heater; modern and
homelike; best neighborhood: $25. 1732 Central
ay.. Alameda: Orand and Chestnut stations.
. HOTELS ,
HOTEL- ARGONAUT, 4th and Market sts Fam-
ily and commercial botel; room with detach*]
bath. $1 per day; rooms with private bath.
$1.00 per day; restaurant attached; moderaU
prices; free bus meets all trains and st'mships.
HOTEL FILLMORE. 1714 O'Farrell— Newly fur-
nished rooms: day, week or month; from 50c
to $1.50: country trade solicited.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKS'3
BAZAAR. UPS VALENCIA ST.
OAKLAND FLATS TO LET
LOWER flat, 6 rooms; 525 23d at., Oakland. 1
block Key Route station; rent $20: best bar-
gajn in Oakland. Inquire R. P. DEY, 536 23d
St.. Oakland. -
~~~~JCii A J££~ZSIJi5 T — burnished
DIAMOND st.. Sl9—^uniiy^aT^f^C^iolcerfur^
nlshed rooms: water fr<*p; rent $16.
FLATS FOR SALE: — Fnrahhed
UARirAIN— S rooms; 3 rented over rent. 519
Valencia st.. middle flat: make offer.
FLATS TO LET
GET MOORE'S FREE RENTING LIST.
CONTAINING INFORMATION ABOOT
8 room flats and apartments at $18.
4 room flats and apartments at $22,501 ''
B room flats and apartments at $27.50.
6, 7 aad 8 rooms, $30 and op.
• SPECIAL.
A 8 room flat, all furnished for $73: rent. $50.
Barry j. Moore furniture company.
40 O'FarreU Bt. near Market. .
TO 1et— 2351 Devisadero at., cor. Jackson. 8
rooms and modern imp. 2737 Clay St.. near
-Pierce, opposite park. 9 rooms and moderate
improvements. 12 flats, 4 rooms each, modern
Improvements, at 14 and 16 Sanders St.. nr.
14th and Church. 3 large buildings, one 262
7th St., one 703 Harrison st.. and one 1162
.Mission st. GEORGE K. FRINK. 1320 Mer-
ohanU exchange. " •
15ERNICE St.. 54, cor. JSth bet. Foisom and
'/Harrison — Modern sunny flat, 4 room* and bath;
$10.50; key at grocery. ;
FLAT. 6 sunny rooms, bath; newly painted and
tinted; owner on premises, 1 to 4; bargain to
Krowu family. 1276.6 th ay.. Sunset.
POTRERO ay.. 938, nr. 21st st. — New modern
5 room flat, bath, gas, 3 blocks public school:
$20 month. .
HAVES st., '-!lt>s. corner Shrader — Kent rednced
.to $35 from ' $52.50; new, elegant, all sunny,
, 7 large roonisi.v
LABKIN St.. IS2U-IS3B, bet. Jackson st. and Pa-
cific ay. — Beantiful. new. 5 room, op to date
flats, ready for occupancy September 1.
SACRAMENTO st. and Ist ay. — Rent reduced;
air sunny; fine corner; 5-6-B' rooms; $25, $30
$40; owl car., . . ' ; ,
BUSH^st;, 1231— Flat, 5 rooms and bath. Ap-
' ply. next ; door. . . •
HAVES St.. rt»2. cor. Buchanan— 6 sonny - zooms 1
and- bath: modern- improvements. : \ ' |
HAIGHT. St.; 1031. . opp. : Bake^-Sua*^ luwer •
• j corner, 5 • room - flat to . rent. >-•.-•.-'
UOLDKN QATE ay.. SOI/ opp. Jefferson park—
. 3 front rooms with bath yon sreirod floor. .-
SW.S cor. Broadway and- Salmon sts.— Middle
and. lower .flat*: newly renovated: 5 rooms." etc. ;
HAIGHT st.. 1218,. opposite Buena -Vista park—
' Fine : new flat, ' 6 rooms ; rent reducetl.
DOLORES St.; 334; corner 17th. northwest corner
- . flat— Five - sunny • rooms; batb. «.--\u25a0;
CHURCHst.;-, 1317— Rent $16; 5 snnny rooms
and bath : large yard; j1 '\u25a0 blk. • 24th «t. ears. ; :
NQE.;st..' IOOO.'f cor. , 21th— Northwest corner flat-
,,Ci sunny rooms; bath; yard: 2 direct car lines!
LEROY,- pi.; ;17.' off • Sacramento - Jones— Sunny
middle 6 < rms. ;- up", to date; *no "carfare; $25.
FLATS to - let— New."-' artistic 5 room nit \u25a0 with
:.- bssement jfaraee.'.; 679 3d . av.V; •-\u25a0.\u25a0riJ^r f
CALIFORNIA 5t.. >1307. near Hyde— 2 room "flaT •
; bath* and laundry; fine yard; rent $H, '-*
FLATS TO LET — Continued
- J. W. WUIGIIT & CO..
. 22S MONTGOMERY ST.. MILLS BLDO..
PHONES
DOUGLAS 4430 Clb-3
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AUCTIONEERS
RENTS COLLECTED
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY
FLATS NOKTU Ur iIABKST 3T.
$47 ma— R r. and b. Splendid sunny CaL 134S
McAllister, nr. Stelnrr ft.
$30 mo.— 6 r. and b. and store room: modem
V._<£ Kipper flat. 131S Leavtnwortb st.. nr.
i'lay. .
$oO mo.— « r. am! b.. cor. npp?r flat: modern.
ui> to date: tine neighborhood : attrac-
tive bids.: convenient to car-* and trade*
people. H50.-> Washlncton «t.. rov. Larkin.
$42.50 m««. — 6 r. ami b. 1000 Devtsadero St.. cor
Turk. Splemliil «i>rner dat.
?40 mo.— 6 r. and 1». : laundry. IHG Devisader*
»t.. cor Eddy; lower i-orner flat, hard-
noo«l floors: "will tint and paint to salt
tenant.
WO Eio.— 7 r. and b. Fine lower flat. 1341 Mc-
Allister, nr. Steiner st. ." *•
$35 mo.— 6 r. and b. Fine middle flat. 1138
Fell, nr. Scott st. „__
$1S mo. — 4 r. and b. New lower flat. 2915
Octavla. nr. Filbert st.
fIS mo.— S r. and b. 240 Ivy aye.. nr. Frana-
lin st. \u25a0*.•;.- -
$15 mo. — 5 r. and b. 1031 Golden Gate »»**\u25a0•
nr. Dc\isadcro St.; lower flat with jarrt.
This space Is open to
owners of desirable flats.
< . We will advertise them
in this space. FREE OF
CHARGE. EVERY DAY
UNTIL RENTED.
CALL AND SEE US.
APARTMENTS NORTH OF MARKET ST.
$37.50 mo.— 4 r. and b. 13HS Pine »t.. nr. Hjde.
Modern apartment flat.
$30, $32.50 mo. — t r. and b. each. 10.11 Lea-
ven'vrortU st.. nv. »'alifornia: modern.
$35 mo. — I r. and b.. every modern convrnl-
' ence; Marie Antionette apt*.. 1201 Pine
St.. cor. Leavenworth.
$30 to $50 mo. — I r. and b. New and beautifully
appointed apts.: every possible conveni-
ence; just computed. Redding Apts.,
1670 Clay. nr. Polk st.
$IS, $20 mo.— 3 r. and b. 1575 Washington st..
nr. Hyde: splendid neighborhood; con-
venient to many car lines and trades-
people.
$20 mo.— 2 r. and b. : beautiful modern apts.
Marie Antlonetto apts.. 1201 Pine st..
cor. Leavenworth.
FURNISHED FLATS AND APARTMENTS.
$60 mo.— d r. and b.. laumlry, etc. 1161 Devis-
_ adero st.. cor. Eddy; completely fur-
nished, piano; all outside sonny rms. ;
stone steps; marble vestibule.
$30 mo. — 3 r. and b. 1575 Washington st.. nr.
Hyde. Neatly furnished; splendid neigh-
, borhood: convenient to many car liue4
and tradespeople.
$22.50 mo.— 2 r. and b. ; N>autlfnlly furnished.
Marie Antoinette apts.; 1201 Pine st.
cor. Leavenworth.
$155 mo. — 12 apts. 10 of S r. and 2 of 2 r.. 3
baths: 7 toilets: heater for baths: com-
pletely furnished: will give long leas«
to good tenant; nr. Jackson and Lea»en-
• worth sts.
This gpace is open to
owners of desirable apts.
We will advertise them .
In this space. FREE OF
CHARGE. EVERY DAT
UNTIL RENTED.
CALL AND SEE UB.
HOUSES NORTH OF MARKET
$S5 mo. — 0 r. and b. Splendid neighborhood.
3002 Clay nr. Cherry St.. Presidio lle.izh: «
Dist. Open for Inspection from 1 to 5
o'clock p. m.
This gpace Is open
to owners of desirable
booses. We will adver-
tise them in this space.
FREE OF CHARGE.
EVERT DAY UNTIL
RENTED.
CALL AND SEE US.
STORES NORTH OF MARKET ST.
$230 mo.— Size 19x90 ft. Very light: 2 entrance*,
rear and front: large bsmt.; splendid lo-
cation. 125-127 Sutter. nr. Mont;, st.
$73 each — 2 fine new stores. 64S Washington,
nr. Kearny st.
-
This space la open
to owners of deslrabie
stores. We will adver-
tise them in this space.
FREE OF CHARGE.
EVERY DAY UNTIL
RENTED.
CALL AND SEE US.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
$130 mo. — Flonse J> r. and 2 baths; bsmt.; un-
obstructed marine view; beautifully
equipped home. Jackson St., nr. Pre-
sidio aye.
!< U-> ;":i*. . ; -- •\u25a0" :• •-.;-, \u25a0'\u25a0'•'.'. ".-.-.
This space Is open
to owners of furnished
bouses. We will adver-
tise them in this space.
FREE OF CHARGE.
EVERY DAY UNTIL
RENTED.
CALL AND SBE US.
\u25a0 t \u25a0
FLATS SOUTH OF MARKET ST.
0 This space la open to
owners of desirable flats. •
We will advertise them
In this soace. FREE OF
, CHARGE. KVERY DAY
UNTIL RENTED.
CALL AND SEE US.
APARTMENTS SOUTH OF MABKET ST.
This space la open
to owner* of desirable
tlse them In this space
nOUSES SOUTH OF MARKET AND MISSION
$1S mo. — Fine double house. 6 r and h t««
San Jus«j aye.. nr. 25th st- .
Tbts space is open
to owners of deslrabie
. nouses. We will adver-
f'r^of 11 i Sa iBS£i 8S£
call and see us.
/
stores. « ARKET ST .
$p W^r^^HghTonT half store." ~ ut
$75m0.-^tabl fs^2 3 cc SUofort
130 m °- and" cSra'sir* Southwe « corner sth
This space is open t
tr» owners .of desirable
stores, etc. We win ad-
vertise them la thin -
spuce. \u25a0 FRKK.. OP
CHARGE. F.VF.RY D\Y
UNTIL RENTED. .
CALL AND SEE U3
o J. W. WRIGHT &CO
22S MONTOOMF.Rr . STREFT
- - MILLS BUH,Dl.xg"*
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