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The Smart Set
A SCION of one of California's famous Spanish families is among San
Francisco's guardians of the public peace. Detective de la Guerra,
whose innumerable cousins are conspicuous in the society of Santa
Barbara and San Francisco, is a valued member of the force and
honorably adorns his calling. Until recently he was one of the mounted
police in the park. Like all Spanish Californians, he rides with the reckless
grace of a vaquero, and one might have been forgiven speeding an auto
mobile down the panhandle for the sake of seeing Detective de la Guerra's
horsemanship displayed in pursuit. At present he is engaged in less obvious
methods of tracing criminal?.
The success of Detective de la Guerra recalls by contrast the ignominious
failuVe of another scion of a prominent family who aspired to become a
iJeuih. While at college young H , grandson of a well known judge of
former days, read the history of Sherlock Holmes during all his hours of
recreation until there .was born in him an ambition to emulate the English
hero. On his graduation, when the question of choosing a. career presented
itself he voiced his ambition. He felt that he was fitted to become a second
Sherlock, that in him a brilliant detective would be wasted in a bank or
broker's office. „
Being philosophical and possibly far sighted, the parents of young H— - —
placed no obstacle in his way, and he entered the service of an agency. The
fir?t task assigned to him was that of shadowing a certain woman, whom, for
some remote connection with a crime, it was desired to keep in view:
For 14 days and nights young Sherlock traveled in her wake, divirjg into
doorways to elude discovery or looking down the street with studied nn
chalance when she turned. " Apparently she noticed nothing, and Sherlock
congratulated himself on his cleverness, quite worthy, he believed, of the
English hero. ,
Then one evening his unsuspecting quarry attended the theater. To the
doors Sherlock shadowed her, when suddenly she turned:
"For heaven's sake stop following me, young man. You've driven me
crazy for two weeks!" There was unmistakable, even dangerous, exaspera
tion in her tones. . . . \u0084. TT •
Sherlock fled, and that night renounced his calling. He is now a suc
cessful oil broker.
• •.'•"".•-
The hop at the Pros
idio this evening will
attract the girls and
their chaperones who
are in town at this sea
son, and promises to be
a brilliant occasion. The
dancing party will be
held at the clubhouse.
and the officers of the
post will be hosts, af
fording to the social
traditions of the Pre
sidio. There will be sev
eral informal dinner
parties preceding the
dance, but those will
be mostly at the garri
son, where the army
matrons will preside as
hostesses.
Henry T. m Scott re
turned to town yester
day after a trip over the
week end at Del Monte,
but Mrs. Scott remained
for the golf tournament.
Mrs. Scott is entertain
ing Mrs. J. B. Crockett,
who joined her hostess
last Saturday and will
remain for an indefinite
stay.
• '.•--\u25a0•
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Oliver Tobin entertained
at. one of the informal
luncheons of yesterday
given at the St. Francis,
and among those at the
table were Mr*. George
Cameron. Mrs. Lawrence
Harris and Mrs. Roy
Pike. Among others
with luncheon parties
were Mr. and Mrs.
Laurence Irving Scott,
Walter Hobart. Mrs.
Herbert C. Moffitt. Mr.
and Mrs. George Armsby
entertained several out
of town guests, among
whom were Mr. and Mrs.
John Hussey of Santa
Barbara, and Mr. and
Mrs. William C. de La
noy of New Jersey.
. . •
J. Downey Harvey re
turned to town yester
day morning after pass
ing the week end at Del
Monte with Mrs. tHarv««y
nr.d a party of friends.
One of the luncheons of
the day at the St. Fran
cis was given by this
3<ost, and in the party
\u25a0were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Cooper. Mrs. Eleanor
Martin, Mrs. Peter Mar
tin .and Miss Alice
J lager.
• • •
Mi*s Newell Drown
lias returned to the fam
ily home in Jackson
t-treet after a visit with
friends in Ross Valley.
MEETINGS— -Lodge*
GOLDEN GATE commandery No. 16. K. m*'U
T.— Arrangements fnncrtl SIR KNIGHT Trap
HENRY SMITH BRUNER changed, [an
SerriCß will b*> conducted by Durant
lodge la Berkeley. Officers and sir knights
are rourteouslr requested to nvet on Key
Route boat THIS DAY (Tuesday) at 1 o'clock
p. m.. with uniforms packed in suitcase. By
order of the commandery.
THEO. FROLICH. Recorder.
EAN FRANCISCO lodge So. 360. F. & A. A
M.. 173» nilmore St.— Se^nd degree >if%/r
THIS tTUESDAY* EVENING at 7:30/\/\
«>lwk eaarp. Craftsmen cordially in-
vited. LEWIS E. SAWYER. Secretary.
CiOLDEN GATE lodge No. 30. F. &A. M. ML
Flrft degree THIS (TUESDAY* EVEN-^f**
ING. 7:80 o'clock. Fraternal hall. I. O. /\^
O. F. bulldlnr. Market and 7th sts. * -~ •
Masocs cordially invited.
EDWIN L. MEYER. Secretary.
ORIENTAL loflg* No. 144. F. & A. M.— A
Third degree THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN_|^_
ING at 7:30 o'clock. J\X.
A. S. HUBBARD. Secretary. '~ »
PACIFIC lodge No. 136. F. &A. M.. 173S A
FUlmore St.. meets THIS EVENING, 7 y^*_ .
p. m. 3D. /\jK
GEORGE PENLINGTON. Secretary. ' \
AMITY lodge No. 370. F. & A. JM.— Spe- A
rial meeting THIS (TUESDAY) EVr.N-jfr%r
ING, 7:30 o'clock. Third degree. /^^
. T. WALTER WALKER. Secretary. * v
PARNASSUS lodge No. 3SS, F. &A. M. A
Second degree THIS (TUESDAY)-/^
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. /W\
W. A. HOYT. Bectetary. '~ v
BTRLINGAME lodge No. 400. F..&.A. A
M.— Second degree, THIS (TUESDAY )«-#%-
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. 7W\
C. F. BOVEE. Secretary. /^
MISSION commandery No. 41. K. T. — No
assembly THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN- **»?
ING. By order of the Eminent Com- /fi
mander. A. • HAWKSLEY. Recorder. /mQst
LNITY encampment No. 26. I. O. O. F. /*^
Session TONIGHT. - Action on bylaws. *A?
W. B. WAHLIN. JjK
ALL Pythian* welcome THIS (TUES- TS^I
DAY i EVENING at 240 Gulden fIWT
r,stf ay. Kni?ht rank. Ir.ng form. «SJJ?fe
TOREKA LODGE NO. fl, K. <>F P. "*M§£&£
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. "~
N>3rt meeting WEDNESDAY EVENING. Aug. 31.
S,".nf» Clara ball. Learenwortb and Golden Gate
W C. PORN. Djotaror. 1.. A. KATON*. S»<»v.
HALLS TO LET
VAN NESS HALL. 222 Van Ness ar.. bet. Grove
and Hayes etc. — Particulars on premises.
LOST AND FOUND
' LOST — Sunday. «:30 p. m.. lady's black bag
pnrw: inside, two $5 . gold . piece*, some baby
clothing; between Sacramenro. Fillmore, Sntter
c-ts.: liberal reward. Address PIXLEY. 4S
Geary st. - ' _\u25a0
FOUND — Gordon setter with license on collar.
CaU at 3331 22d et. / .
• • *
Mr. " and Mrs. Curtis
Mitchell Redfern are re
ceiving the congratula
tions of their friends
upon the arrival of a
little daughter last Sat
urday in their home.
Mrs=. Redfern was Miss
Adelia Van Vorst, and
has a host of friends in
the younger set. She is
a sister of Miss Lillian
Van Vorst, and a
daughter of Mrs. Caro
line Van *Vorst, who are
now traveling in Eu
rope.
• • »
Mrs. Charles Stetson
Wheeler's tea for Miss
Helen Hyde .this after
noon will 'break the
monotony of the week
in town. About 30 guests
will be entertained in
the Laurel court of the
Fairmont. Miss Olive
Wheeler will assist her
mother in receiving.
• » *
Arthur Green is re
ceiving many congratu
lations upon the an
nouncement of his en
gagement to Miss Fran
ces Burns, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Burns of
Easton. The bride elect
Is a charming and viva
cious girl who is a fa
vorite with the local set.
The friendship that has
turned out so happily
for the couple began in
childhood, when the
Green and Burns fam
ilies made their respec
tive homes in this city.
Arthur Green is the sec
ond son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Green of San
Mateo. and a brother of
Eldridge and Allen
Green. The marriage
of Allen Green and Miss
Alice Doe was an event
of last season that will
be remembered ,in. so
. ciety. The date for the
second wedding has not
been announced.
\u25a0' • * * '\u25a0 . -, *-' \u25a0 .
Paul Verdier is re
ceiving an enthusiastic
greeting from his
friends since his return
from abroad. He will
remain in town indefi
nitely.
-.•\u25a0• \u2666 •
Mr. and Mn. George
H. Lent have returned
from Santa Barbara,
where they have been
enjoying a late summer
visit, and were enter
tained informally by
tbeir friends in the
southern city.
LOST AXDFOU.VD— Continued
LOST — On Bnsh street, package containing 3 silk
Rklrts. 2 wrappers and 4 aprons. Please re-
turn to White House, waist dcpt., 2d floor,
and receive reward.
LOST— Sunday, between Buch and Steiner and
postoffice. .Sacramento and Fillmore, 'a pin, 8
amethysts pet in circle. Liberal reward at
2345 Bush st.
LOST— In Market Bt. bet. Palace hotel and 4th.
Persian lamb collarette. Address 2233 Santa
Clara ay., Alameda; reward. . _\u25a0
LOST — Tamalpias trail, ladles' satchel contain-
ing camera and letters. Return 237 Clement
*t. : reward. \u25a0 «
AS chauffeur with private family: ; understands
machine* and repairs thoroughly. Address
CHAUFFEUR. 112 Jones St.. city.
ACCOUNTANT keeps small sets of books, day
work only. Address P. O. box 283, Berkeley.
FIRST class Chinese cook wants position in pri-
vate family. Address 506 Grant ay. ; pbone
China 593. WOO KAN. "
GERMAN cook and baker who understands milk-
Ing and who Is not afraid of any other work
wishes situation, - city or country. Address,
stating wages. W. HERRMANN, 5235 20th
Rt., San Francisco.
GOOD Japanese "boy wants a housework job
for couple hours every evening after 6 o'clock
BEN. 1631-Gough st., city. .
WANTED — By a competent book keeper; a small
set of books to attend to evenings. Address
box 1253, CaU office.
WANTED — Chore work, house cleaning, window
denning by hour or day; American. Box
479 Call office.
YOUNG MAN desire* to learn detective work.
Best references. D. L. X., box 4745. Call
1651 Fillmore. Bt. . .
YOUNG man. 26, wishes position; good refer-
: eneesr or will talk with view of Investing
$."\u25a0OO with services. Box 426, Call office.
YOUNG man familiar with general office work
and experienced in the newspaper business de-
sires position, either city or country. Ad-
dress bor 18S5. Call office.
--P-^^P-X'y.^^'T. WAKTED— FtmaIe
AMERICAN woman of education desires position
as a chaperon and teacber to young girls; mu-
sic, languages, art study; city or country; ref-
erenceg. MRS. L.. box 1752. Call office.
BOOK KEEPER-STENOGRAPHER. - 10 years In
office, exp. In credit* and collections, capable
of managing office; local refs. Telephone
"Book Keeper," Doug. C 442, or address 984
Howard st.
COMPETENT Scandinavian woman wishes posi-
tion by the 25th of this month as first class
cook; good house keeper: no waiting at table:
experienced. Box 4748. Call office. \u25a0
ESTABLISHED dress maker solicits ladies' pat-
ronage; perfect fitting; quick and prices rea-
sonable; at home or by the day. Phone Park
6233. = . . - .. r ......
FIRST class German and American cook desires
f^P^i^jSLrfTT^I MISS ; DIL -
MURRAY & '\u25a0•READY,
LEADING EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
782-784-786. HOWARD ST.,
Between 3d and '4th sts.: San Francisco.
PHONES Sutler 1205 and 1206: s Home J1 546.
BRANCH OFFICES:
'\u25a0 7th and Broadway, opposite S. -P. depot,
- Oakland. •
Phones Oakland' 766l, \u25a0 Home A 5745.
2d and H sts... Sacramento. . .. .>
2d and Main sts., and 426 Marcbcsault St.,
Los Angeles.
52S Jackson St., San Francisco.
FREE FARE
FREE FARE FREE I
' - OREGON
NATRON, via Eugene
Laborers, teamsters"", drillers, rockmen, tunnel-
inen, concretemen. $67.50 to $75.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
NATRON, via EUGENE
Gang of stationrnen: good prices
. FREE FARE
NATRON, via EUGENE
50 Italian .laborers, concrete work, $75.
ALL FREE FARE
WE SniP DAILY TO NATRON
FREE FARE
NO OFFICEFEE— FREE FARE
KLAMATII FALLS -DISTRICT,
KLAMATH FALLS, CALOR,
OREGON ..\u25a0•..'
500 men for railroad and track work, including
- teamsters, laborers, drillers, rockmen, tuniiel-
men, trackmen, spikers. men for steel and bal-
last gangs, $2 to $.i a day. ALL FREE FARE
SHIP DAILY
FREE FARE
NO \u25a0\u25a0 OFFICE FEE
500 men to work on cutoff Rocklin to Colfax,
including miners and tunnelmen, . laborers,
teamsters, drillers, rockmen. muckers, wood
choppers, etc.; wages $2, $2.50 and $3 day.
For Applegate, Colfax, Bowman, Auburn, New-
castle and Rocklin.
FREE: FARE— SHIP DAILY
FREE FARE
BEAUTIFUL MKNDOCINO COUNTY
BY RAIL— N. W. P. R. R. WORK
WILLITS, SHERWOOD
Tunnplmen, drillers, muckers, laborers.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
WILL YOU GO TODAY?
EUREKA-iEUREKA— EUREKA
MILLS. YARDS AND WOODS
FREE FARE— FREE FARE
25 laborers to go today; no experience required;
you will suit; $60.
, FREE FARE.
150 laborers to work In mills, yard, woods and
railroad grades Mendocino, Humboldt, Del
Xorte counties; £30 and found to $60.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP ON ALL STEAMERS
FARE PAID— SHASTA AND SISKIYOU
35 laborers, big lumber company, $67.50, fare
paid.
Men to work ' in woods on -chains, etc., fare
paid. .
SAN- MATEO AND SANTA CLARA GO'S.
LUMBER YARDS. .
25 laborers handle lumber. $40 and found.
TO WORK ON BIG FLUME.
25 laborers do go south for a big lumber .com-
pany to work on flume, long Job, $75.
CARPENTERS.
FREE FARE.
10 carpenters, southern' part of state, $3.25 to
$3.50 day. free fare.
."> carpenters, four months* job. $3 to $4 day.
5 rough carpenters, logging trestle, $75 to
$92.50.
BLACKSMITHS.
FREE FARE.
Head blacksmith, camp, free fare, $75. \u25a0
Blacksmith and - tool sharpener, mine, boss
here. $90.
Blacksmith, Sonoma Co., boss here, $3.50 day
and found.
Blacksmith, shop, south. $3.50 day.
FREE FARE.
2 axmen, survey party,* free fare, $40 and fd.»
5 chuck tenders, free fare, $75.
5 pitmen, free fare $67.50.
OTHERS.
10 laborers, shovel salt, $2.50 day.
10 laborers, handy with sledge, $2.50 day.
3 hostlers, stables, $00.
10 men, pitch bundles, thresher, $1.50 day
and found.
5 men, dig gewer ditches, boss here, 7c foot.
FREE FARE.
• PLASTERERS.— PLASTERERS.
FREE FARE.
BRICK LAYERS— HRICK LAYERS.
10 brick layers to go to southern California to
work on large buildings, free fare, $5 day.
5 plasterers, same job. $5 day.
FARE IS FREE.
IP "YOU WANT AN EASY JOB.
PICK FRUITS. GRAPES AND HOPS.
WORK IN DRY YARDS AND PACKING
HOUSES.
50 men to pick and work all kinds of fruit
and grapes. $30 to $43 and found.
20 men for dry yards, large job, $1.50 day
and found. \u25a0 ' . /
25 hop pickers, 00c and $1 per 100.
TEAMSTERST
10 teamsters, water company; long job; $1.50
a daj* and found.
10 scraper teamsters, near city,' $2.25 day.
LABORERS.
10 laborers, inside, steady work, factory, $2
day.
10 laborers, big factory, country. $2.25 day.
10 laborers, city work. $2.50 day.
375 laborers, all classes of work, city and
country, $2.50 to $3 day.
FARMS. HARVESTS, ETC.
32 farm bands and teamsters, $35 to $45 and
found. • .
SO men to work in harvest and around thrash-
ers, handle baled hay, work on hay presses,
etc., $1.50 to $2.50 day and found.
3 budders, nursery, $2.50 to $3 day; 15 milk-
ers and dairymen, $35 and $45 and found;
ohoremen. gardeners and stablemen, $30 to
$10 and found.
FOR HOTELS. ETC.
Cook, hotel, 1 fare, $50 to $60 and found; cook,
'grill, south. $60 and found; attendant, instltn-
tion, $10 week and found: cook's helper, $40
and found; 7 cooks, country hotels, $50 and
$60 and found; 5 cooks, hay presses and
ranches. $40 and $45 and~found; waiter, hotel,
north, $40 and found; 0 porters, hotels and sa-
loons. $30 and $"5 and found; pot washer,
springs, $35 and found; 6 waiters, wuntry ho-
tels. $:ui to $4(i and found; dish washers and
kitchen bauds, §30 to $40 and found. i
SEE OUR*BULLETIX BOARDS.
GET OUR DAILY LIST.
See who does the business.
MURRAY & READY,
752-784-756 Howard street.
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 pay $15 to $69. Additional compensa-
tion possible. Food, clothing, quarters and mcdl- I
cal attendance free. After 30 years' service can I
retire witb 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, 95 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
WANTED — Experienced domestic salesmen for
wash goods and sheetings. Apply superintend-
ent's office, 9 to 11 a. m. Monday, HALE
BROS. Inc., Market and 6th stj., 8. F.
WANTED— First cl&ss 6tore Janitor; night work;
\u25a0 applicant must be in good health and. between
30 and 40 years of age; married man preferred;
only applicants with the above qualifications
need apply. Apply superintendent's office be-
• tween 11 and 12 o'clock Monday, HALE
BROS., Inc., Market and 6th sts., 8. F.
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
positions monthly; state age; send stamp.
RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, care Call office.
ANDRE'S. 1044Larkin St.— Chicken butcher.
$50-$6O: yardman, hotel. $40; .. cook, small
place. $40; busboys, $30-$4O; dish washer. In-
stitution, $30; married farmer, $50: boy to
help in the kitchen, $18 and found; cooks
kitchen help, etc.
BOYS wanted, over 14 yearß age; $1.25 day.
1461 Polk st. near California.
WANTED — Good live men to sell watches, jew-
elry, diamonds on $1 a week plan; must be
good hustlers; gilt edge reference; liberal com-
mlsslcs or guaranteed -salary to the right
party. BRILLIANT'S. 704 Market st., rm. 612.
ACTIVE experienced young man wanted for ship-
ping and forwarding department wholesale
house; must. have knowledge of work locally.
Write, with record and references, to box 4SO
Call" office. ,
WANTED — Young man, 16 to 18 years of age, to
open stock in warehouse.; Apply supt's office,
from 9 toll a. m., HALE BROS., Inc., Mar-
ket and 6th sts., S. F.
MEN and women, leara the barber trade; posi-
tions guaranteed: we can not supply demand for
oar 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 — Casbboy. 14 to 16 years of age, with
working certificate. Apply superintendent's
office from 9 to 11 a. m., HALE BROS., Inc
Market and 6th sts., S. F. /.- - ; , ' \u0084"'.
WANTED — Man who Trill work 8 hours a day
for $25 a week; must invest $150. Room 211
915 Van Ness aw.' . " * ; *
SOBER man for' light work; -steady and good
pay; small security required; open till 8 n. m
Call 3181 16th st. ;\u25a0.-.\u25a0- ~" . . ".
WANTED — 600 men 'to occopy rooms, 20c to 30c
per night (free bath), at the NEW YORK, 753
Howard st. t between 3d and 4th. .
MEN of Ideas \u25a0 with some inventive ability
GREELEY & McINTIRE.-~Patent Attorneys
, Washington, D. C. r : ,
DOUGLAS . HOUSE, . 758 Harrison . St. near 3d-^-
Now open; . 200 hard finished - rooms; > reading
room; hot water; rooms 25c day; $1.25' $150
\u25a0 . week.- - ... .•'•; \u25a0 ; .'V .- -. \u25a0\u25a0;'-;.:\u25a0. .' \u0084 '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '•- . \u25a0.
WANTED— Hardwood floor \u25a0 layers. Apply -at
President Wheeler's \u25a0 house on the campus
Berkeley. ... . > : ..'.
PARTNER in . contracting business with $200-
great opportunity. 306 Twelfth tt.,,near Fol-
' som.-.; ••: -.'.'"x -..T \u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0-"\u25a0"\u25a0 ''..\u25a0."\u25a0-.. ;\u25a0'-,-:
MEN- to learn cigar making;, good," pay; steady
work. ' 306 Twelfth st.; near Folsom.v - .
• * *
Mrs. Lewis Hobart
will entertain at one of
the elaborate teas of the
month, to be given
Tuesday, August 30, at
her San Mateo home. ]
The complimented guest
of the occasion will be
Miss Helen Carlyle, the
English miniature artist,
who is on a visit here
from London. There will
probably be over half a
hundred guests bidden
to meet the visitor, who
is now, in the southern
part of the state, but
will return for the re
ception.
Mrs. S. Ingleby Harri
son has sent out cards
for a reception to be
given Tuesday after
noon, August 30, when
the complirilented guest
of the occasion will be
Mrs. Thomas Smith
Middleton of Chicago.
The hours are from 3
until 5 o'clock, and the
at home will be held at
the residence of the
hostess in California
street. During her visit
here from the east Mrs.
Middleton has been the
feted guest at several
charming affairs.
Mrs. Taliaferro Mil
ton, who h&s been visit
ing Mrs. Edgar Wilson
in Belvedere, is again
at Wilkins' home in San
Rafael, where she will
spend another month
before returning to their
home in the east.
.•.'\u25a0*• •
Miss Innes Keeney
will be much missed in
society next winter,
and it is learned with
regret that this attrac
tive girl may remain
abroad another year.
With her mother, Mrs.
C. M. Keeney, «he will
be in Paris, where they
will -take an apartment
for the winter and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Y. Campbell are among
the visitors to Yosemite,
where they are spending
a month for the bene
fit of Mr. Campbell's
Mr. and Mrs. James
Carolan and Dr. Herbert
Carolan are at Lake Ta
hoe. In their absence
Miss Emily Carolan has
been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Harry Poett, in
San Mateo.
THE SAN" FRANCISCO GALL, TUESDAY. AUGUST '23, ,1910.
HELP VA^ TT _ E J r^n££!iy^ v - e -'i-^-
WANTED— Young man. IS \u25a0to 20 years; of a ge|
. who has had experience in wrapping dry goods.
Apply supt's office, from 9 to 11, a. ni., HALE
BROS.. Inc. Market and tith sts.', S. \F.
CLERK, experienced in hay and grain business
for large . wbolesnle house; .write fully; state
age, exnerience and references. Box 463, Call
offieo. " >
YOUNG man (must b<*' married) to.w ork in. an
apartment house, i-ity :?"(), room.- but no board:
references and experience needed." MISS
PLUNKETT.' ISOfi Sutier-st. corner Webster.
WANTED— Young man fur plain light- work;,
will pay . good wages: $150 cash required,
.money secured. . Call 066 Market St.. room 7.
WANTED — Working.- man around plain country
home; $20. Address E. BABCOCK, Redwood
' City. j , \u25a0 •
WANTED— Errand boy, by CLANCY, classy
tailor. 992 Market st. ' . • . \u25a0 . \u25a0 .
WANTED — First class undertaker. Address iH.
A. HOWE, Kennewick. Wash. V
PHOTO coupon agents wanted; good proposition.
SCHAFFER. 72 San Pablo ay.. Oakland. \u25a0
NEW WESTERN. 1124 Howard— Single rooms,
* 15c and ,20c per' night: hot and cold water.
MEN wanted at 103 3d st. to have their shoes
repaired: sewed soles 75c. done in 10 minutes.
VaXTED TO jLiEARN .TRADE
WANTED— Men at Los Angeles, no expense, to
learn trades of electricity, automobiles, plumb-
ing, brick laying, oy actual work on contract
jobs; only few months required; 200 students
list year: catalogue free. 1023 Mkt. st.. S. F
BARBERS AXD SUPPLIES
TUNGSTEN STEEL! TUNGSTEN STEEL!
'\u25a0,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 RAZORS are\as far
ahead of other so called good razors as a Tungsten
electric 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..
162-164 Turk St.. San Francisco. Cal.
BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS.
Sold on Installments of $5 PEU MONTH.
CHAIRS, FIXTURES. VIBRATORS or HAIR
DRIERS' sold on small monthly payments and we
will allow you top price on your old fixtures In"
exchange. Remember, we are not In the trust.
JAMES BARKER, INC..
Phone Franklin 3899. 94 Turk 3t.
CHAS. COLEMAN & CO.. 830 MARKET ST.
Three chair shop; central location; $600.
Country shop running "5 steady; located best
hotel In town; population $12,000; only $2,500.
We have barber shops for sale ranging from
$100 to $5.000 that will stand investigation.
SNAP- : - -2 chair shop, o living rooms, laundry,
bath, all newly furnished; entire outfit- $100
cash, $100 terms; line location; must sell at
once because of other business. 2231 Cle-
ment Bt.
$950 — l 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.
FOR sale — 2 chair shop; best location in the
Mission: .trial given; reason for selling, tired
'of working: snap to right party. 2701 Mission
•st. corner 23d.
WANTED — Men and women to learn barbering,
so many have left for good jobs, must i have
more beginners; absolutely free to next 10. Call
S. F. BARBER COLLEGE. 790 Howard st.
FOR sale — 2 chair barber shop and baths, near
San Francisco.. Cal. Call at BECKCL &
PRESHER, 373 12tb St.. Oakland. Cal., or
60 6th St., San Francisco. Cal. \u25a0 '
BARBERS — Mirrors, mirrors, mirrors — Cheaper
than cheap; all sizes French plate; German
plates and any other plates; also a few revolv-
ing chairs, poles, wasbstands, etc., at STOLZ',
731 Market st. .
FIRST CLASS barber wanted; none other need
apply; $1S guarantee. 60 per cent over $30. G.
F. HIGOINBOTHAM, 546 Walnut St., Red
Bluff. Cal. .
BARBER fixtures for sale at a sacrifice; elegant
fixtures, with large, French plate glass,
adapted also for a bar. and .1 chairs; in all
worth $700; sell for $400. 1219 Valencia st.
BARBERS — For sale, Samuelson's well estab-
lished shop. 1269. G. G. aye... nr. Fillmore.
Good, steady trade; cheap rent; leaving town.
CHEAP.
FOR sale — Best 3 chair shop in city; grand 10-
. cation, transfer corner; receipts $80 to $85;
must be sold at once. For information address
' 370 Guerrero st. '
FOR sale — Good 3 chair shop; good location.
Going east: must sell at once; a big bargain
If sold at once. Call. 101S Kearny st.
S chair shop for sale; disagreement of part-
ners; come and make an offer. At BAUERS',
59 O'Farrell st, "\u25a0 . \u25a0 '
CHEAPEST new mirrors in city; new barber
chairs and shops bought and sold. Phones
Park 1242, M 2941; 394 Hayes st. '
BARBER chair wanted, 1 or more; will pay
good price for Koken hydraulic; must be In
good condition. Address box 478, Call office.
FIRST CLASS colored porter, at present em-
ployed, wants position at once la city or coun-
try. Address M., 2153 Howard st.
GOOD barber wanted for steady job; one who
speaks French preferred. 522 Railroad ay..
South San Francisco.
2 chair barber shop for sale in best' town on
coast. Apply at 314 Macdonald ay.. Richmond.
BARBER shop and furniture; cash or easy
terms. 641 Vallejo st.
BARBER, 2Y S years' experience,' wishes to finish
trade; first class. Address box 425*. Call. .
GOOD barber, single man, can make wages and
learn or .finish telegraphy, at 256 9th st.
"CUTICLEINE" for sore faces after shaving. At
BAUER'S. Barber Supplies. 59 O'Farrell at.
BARBER wanted. 767 Market «t. \u25a0 ' - . •
FIRST class barber wanted; short hours. 207
Clay st. \u25a0 •' • ' -
FIRST class young barber wants position in good
country town. Box 506. Call office. \u25a0
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary. W. BARON,. 775 Mkt.: phone Kny. 5384.
BOOTBLACK stands for sale at 765 Market st.
WANTED— Lady barber. 445^ Valencia st.
POOTBLACK wanted. 204 Church st.
HELP WANTED
AAAAA — Young 'women wanted as operators by
\u25a0\u25a0 the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company;
must be bright, neat in appearance, between
the ages of 18 and 25 years, of fair education
and unquestionable character. \u25a0 '
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS. 7
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCHROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
ING. . .
PERMANENT POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES' TO ADVANCE.
For full particulars call, .preferably be-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 12 noon; at the Operat-
ing School, Telephone Office, 2015 Steiner st.
corner Pine.
COOK for small private family, city, $50: nurse,
$30; cook, plain hotel, $40; waitress,, fine
hotel, $25; maid for fine boarding house. $25;
waitress. . private family, $40; French nurse, 2
grown children, $36; French second girl, $30;
genteel: nursery governess, $35; ' waitress, insti-
tution, $25; lady's maid, $35; cook, boarding
house, $40; -40 housework girls for town and
country. $30 to $40. MISS PLUNKETT, 1890
Sutter st. corner Webster.
AA — Women and . glrla apply Immediately- for
cutting and canning fruit; highest wages,
steady work, healthful and moral surroundings
CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.. 18th and
Minnesota sts.
WANTED— For family of 2 adults and 2 grown
children. Protestant woman, single or widow,
to do general housework, cooking and to wait
on" table; will have small house to care for,
with gas range and vacuum cleaner, with kind
treatment and good wages; city. Apply, stat-
ing age. giving i name of last employer/box
455, Call office. .
WOMEN and girls* wanted to work 'on fruit;'
:. highest wages paid;' carfare' allowance; pleas- I
. ant , occupation; sanitary, workrooms; special
\u25a0inducements to competent canners and cutters'
' SUNLIT FRUIT CO., 4th aud Dwight way'
Berkeley. " . . ' " \u25a0 - -
T OAKLAND. \u25a0\u25a0-..- ~
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE • LEARNING.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS.
. '\u25a0•.-. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. ,
NURSE to wash; for and 'take, child out from II
to 3 o'clock ; wages $12 per month ; must be
neat. Apply after 12< o'clock 641 O'Farrell st..
_. apt. 104. \u0084' '\u25a0\u25a0 '.; .-.\u25a0\u25a0 ;-.'\u25a0\u25a0:.; . '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0..'\u25a0 \u25a0-.-;; \u25a0,\u25a0 -\u25a0.-\u25a0 \ :
10 WAITRESSES. 2 chamber maids for Western
Pacific \u25a0 eating houses; free fare: $25, found.
.Call 10 a. m., WOMEN'S EMPL. BUREAU, 262
Pacific bldg. : ; ::'.': \u25a0 ." . . \u25a0 ;, . '\ \u25a0 :,
LADIES, learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Cul-
ture;- diplomas 'and formulas given; Individual
V Instruction. 967% , Market st. , bet. 1 5th and 6th.
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
massage;- easy ' terms; -evening • classes. 'The
NEW MILDRED HAIR \u25a0 PARLORS. 130 Grove.'
YOUNG girl for general : housework;. small flat: 2
: in family; ; $20. Call morning or evening, ; 460 j
-Broderick, corner Hayes.,: :..„... . • . •
WANTED-^-An I experienced . millinery maker. Ap-
ply. HALE BROS., Inc.nith and .Washington
sts.. Oakland. \u25a0 lX -_ ...
, WANTED — Position as nurse In doctor's or den-
I tist's office; moderate salary.-/ 1. L., 3011 16th.
FEMALE HKl^^^AA^EjaN-^ontlnned^
SODA FOUNTAIN girl.* experienced, g«od refer-
ences. Apply GRUENHAGEN'S, 107 Powell
. st.'. betwe-en 10:-V> a. in. -and 12:150 noon. . ; ,
SPECIAL rates— -Learn hair dressing, manicuring,
hair work; only system in 3 wks.; positions
waiting. MILDRED hair store. 1475 Halght st.
WOMAN cook wanted, small hotel. Inquire 210
" -*tli st. . ' \u0084 ;...- \u0084 ; ' . .
WANTED — First class saleslady for bakery.. Box
4740. Call office. . " . •
YOUNG girl-to assist in'light house keeping. '38
Palm ay. uear Calif ornia.st.-.' Jordan park.
EXPERIENCED finishers and operators on pants.
Call at L' 4-20 Harriett St.. off Howard.
RELIABLE," earnest woman to train for .man-,
agement. Box 400. Call office.
\ AOEXTS W'AXTED ,
BOY and girl agents—Sell 24 packages of post
cards for us at 10c each and receive beautiful
camera ready for: use free. Write today. A.
JULIANO, 457 E. Main St.. Bridgeport. Conn.,
Dept. 6.
SALESMEN and : SOLICITORS WAXTED
SALESMEN wanted— Thousands of good posi-
; tious open, paying $1,000 to $5,000 yearly and
expenses; no experience needed to get one of
them; we will teach you to be an expert sales-
man by mail and assist you to secure a good
i position, where yon can earn while you. learn;
write or. call today -for full particulars and
testimonials from hundreds of men we have
placed in good positions paying from $100 to
$500 a month and expenses; address nearest
- office. National Salesmen's Training Assn.,
10198 Metropolis Bank building, San Fran-
cisco. Branches: New York, Chicago, Kansas
City, Minneapolis, Atlanta.
SALESMAN wanted — Big offer to big men! write
us for particulars: you will be interested. Ad-
dress OREGON NURSERY COMPANY. Orenco,
Ore. . 4c : :
WANTED — Experienced hardward and hous«. fur-
nishing goods' traveling salesman: must have
good references. Address Box 435. Call.
SALESMAN for country work; salary and com-
mlssion: bpach property. 14S0 Market st.
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PHONE PAC. .DOUGLAS 3532, HOME C-4665.
531 GRANT A Y.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST 'AND COMPETENT JAPANESE
AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS.
AAAA — CANTON Bureau of Information — Chi-
nese (servants; contracts for resorts. Canton
Bank bldg., 649 Kearny st.; phone Sutter 118.
AAA— PHONE WEST 1731.
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of-
fice in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Laguna st.
AA^—OSCAR HATSUMI, Japanese-Chinese Emp.
Co.; best help with care and guar. 1513 Geary
st.; phones West 5688, Home S4OBB.
A. S. HOKI, reliable Japanese-Chinese help
. promptly furnished; open day and night. 174S
Sutter st. PHONES— WEST 2803. S-2803. .
J. CANN, Chinese employment bureau. Phone
Douglas 3166; Home C-5095. 770 Clay st.
H.- W. HONG, Chinese employment office. 805
st.. Oakland: phones Pekln 25. A 3725.
STAR emp. office; Jiapanese-Chlnese help. W.
_\u25a0 KODATA. 1608 Geary: tel. West 167. S43OS.
ROOMS TO LET — Fur, and ' Unfur.
A COZY home for respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Bth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly, furnished; every
modern convenience; steam heat, electric light
and elevator- service; spotlessly clean; centrally
located'; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
1849; prices very moderate, ranging from 25c
per night up; special rates by the week or!
month. See matron, room 33.
AA — NICELY furnished, modern room, suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; Noe valley district;
quiet neighborhood; private family; near car
line. For particulars address by letter 4Q30
2Sd st. ; give references.
A— SINGLE ROOMS— Nicely furnished, steam
. heated, bath, hot water always, elevator. 1474
Sacramento st. above Hyde.
AT 1107 Ellis st* people can obtain comfort-
able, airy rooms, in modern flat; gas and elec-
tricity; with or without board; references.
BUCHANAN st., 1519, near O'Farrell— Sunny,
furnished rooms; In middle flat.
BUCHANAN St., 133, opposite normal school—
Sunny, furnished room, suitable for single
woman. - » - - .\u25a0 • - \u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0
CHURCH St., 570— Finely furn. sunny front
room, for 1 or 2; bath, phone, piano; 2 beds if
desired. • ; . .
C st., 124, nr. 2d ay., G. G. park, Richmond
dist. — 6 rooms, upper, complete for hskpg. ;
$35; all sunny; modern.
DEWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard— All modern
conveniences; 200 rooms, 35c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
EDDY st., Sl4, nr. Van Ness^ — Large sunny room
• for 2; all conveniences; walking distance; rear.
EDDY St., 865 — Newly furn. sunny rooms, single I
or double; hot and cold water; reasonable.
ELLIS st., 615 — Newly furnished rooms, $2.50
and up; modern.
FELL St., 1069 — Large sunny room, all con-
\u25a0 veniences; phone; gentlemen; $9.
FILBERT, st,, 969— Furnished room in private
family; $2 week.'
FULTON st. 814—1 furnished room, with bath;
$1.25 per week. .
GOLDEN GATE ay., 1001, opposite Jefferson
Square— Sunny room, 12 windows, bath, phone;
every convenience.
HOWARD St., 2179, near 18th— Nicely furnished,
sunny rooms, 1-2-3 rooms; bath in each.
HOLLIS St., 52, nr. O'Farrell and Webster—
Sunny front room; piano and phone; $10 mo.
LANDERS st.. 58, near Market and 14th— Neatly
furnished snnny front room for 1 or "2 gentle-
men'; central location;: bath and phone.
MCALLISTER st., 866 — Nicely furn. sunny front
rooms; suitable for two...
MCALLISTER st.. 1665 — Sunny single room; run-
nlng water; $6 per month.
OVERLAND HOUSE, 569 Sacramento st. below
Montgomery— Js'ow open; 200 rooms; hot and
cold water in every room; 25c to $2 per day;
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
O'FARRELL St.. 1714-r-Newly furnished light
hskpg.; use of piano If desired; reasonable.
O'FARRELL 6t.. 1240— For gent, large neatly
furnished room, running water, $1.75 per
week; also room.- $l2.
OAK St., 1711—2 large furn., sunny, connecting
rooms with running water, gas, bath; house
keeping. *
PINE st.. 1909. near Octavia — Sunny front room;
4 windows, fireplace, piano, bath; carpets and
furniture new; also small rooms, $8 up.
PIERCE St., 120, cor. Halght — Nicely furnished
2 room apartments; $18 and $20.
POST' st., 1206, corner Van Ness — Nice, sunny,
furnished room; first class French board; all
modern conveniences.
SANCHEZ. St.. 463 Vi — Large sunny, nicely fur-
nished room; $10 per month. • - •
STANYAN st., 502 — Sunny rooms; buffet kitchen;
$10 and up; 'also single rooms, $2 up; opposite
park.
TURK st.,. 822— Nicely furnished single and
double rooms, clean, sunny, from $6 up; gen-
tlemen. .
VAN NESS ay., 705. cor. Turk— 2 nice, large,
sunny, outside rooms; rent reas.; phone, bath.
VAN NESS ay., 2327— Elegantly furnished sunny
\u25a0 roomf ; hot and cold water; reasonable.
WASHINGTON St., 1659— Pleasant, sunny, far-
.nished room; with modern Improvements; gas;
use of bath and phone free; private family;
_rengonahli» to desirable parties.
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
AAA— TURK St.. 1159, bet. Laguna and Bu- i
chanan— Cozy little bouse keeping rooms, $2
up; modern fiat; phone, bath, laundry.
AAA— TURK. St., 1159. bet. Lagcna and Bu-
\u25a0 chanan — Cozy little, house keeping rooms, $2
up; modern flat; pbone. bath, laundry.
BARTLETT, St.. 419. near 25th— 2 or 8 house
keeping rooms. . $10. $12. > $20.
CASTRO St., 297, cor. 16th— 2 nicely furnished
* basement room 6 In sunny corner house: regular i
kitchen, bath,- etc. ; $12 per mo., including gas.
CLAY St.; 3895 — Furnished sunny house keeping
rooms; 3or 4; reasonable, to. reliable party. _. ;
CLARA st., c 164, j near sth— 4 rooms and bath;
also 2 rooms, partly furnished; rent $8. •
CHURCH St.. .572— One nice ' sunny •- house keep-
ing room with kitchen; reasonable.
DOLORES, 1427— A new sunny front house keep-
\u25a0 Ing room, bath -and -laundry; $12.50 per month.
FILLMORE St.. 529 — 3 sunny rooms; large al-
cove front room, with 2 beds; house keeping if
desired, t. • .. • \u25a0 .
GOUGHst... 1315— Newly furnished 2 front
\u25a0 rooms, for. house keeping; $14 a month; bath;
phones. \ •. •:<;-.. :.:"...•\u25a0 -\u0084;
GOLDEN GATE ay... 1250— Front and back par-
\u25a0 ' lors. gas range, sun all -day; also .single room.
HAIGHT st., lOC^i— Furnished; and house keep-
" ing \u25a0 rooms: ,;;< *;\u25a0\u25a0'*/ - \u25a0 =
HOWARD St.. 563— Front room and kitchen. £u.r-
i nished,. sl2;. 2 con.. ga» or coal, $10; others.
. . single oosr s double, $1.50. per week. *.
JACKSON; Bt.. 2311— Two furnished room* com-
' plete for house keeping ,\ bath, gas and phone."
• Nenr \u25a0 Fillmore; rent' $15.' •- '.:•>'
LA NDERS st.. •. 109-111 A,- bet. \ 15th and . 16tb — 4
rooms; gas; hath; $13. 6 small sunny rooms,
gas.- yard, $10.' \u25a0'-.\u25a0•. . ' ' \u25a0"l" l :
LYON, - 1911. V nr. Sac— 2 snnny furn. ' hskpg.
basement rooms: ; laundry ;~ yard: very., cheap. .
PINE < 5t.. v 2770— 1:0r,2 largesunny front rooms;
\: running water; , private home; reasonable." : „ "':
SCOTT st.'; i: 2o4o-^-Sunny > single- house i* keeping
i ; room, -with: closets,- bath and phone. West 2014.
SCOTT st.".: 1605, Butter cars, West 3141— Large
sunny house keeping rooms, complete; single
-tarnished rooms; , reasonable to right party.,,.
ROOMS FOR HOtISE KEEPING — Con.
TWO 'ladles occupying: sunny 6 room flat would
share same with one or two ladles: -Christian
. Scientists preferred. - Phone West 6350 morn-
lngs.
TURK st.. 120S — 3 sunny rooms, connecting, with
piano, $20: 2 rooms, $16; every convenience for
house keeping; sink, gas range, bath, laundry,
hot and cold water. . '.
TURK St., 1208 — Single basement rooms, com-
plete house keeping: sink. bath, laundry, gas
range: $1.50 to $2.50 week.
VAN NESS ay.. 311. cor. Grove — Furnished aunny
suites. $20; single rooms. $2.50 to $3 per week;
•- gas. running water and phone. ; - .-' -* •,
OTH st., 365— House keeping aad single rooms;
$1.25 per week; bath, hot and cold water la
every room.
AAA— THE WEMPE. 419 Oak St.— Single and
double roods with board. $30 per month up.
BOARD and room; rooms suitable for 1 or 2;
call and see me. 958 Ellis st.
CALIFORNIA, 2523 — Pleasant sunny rooms; ex-
cellent board: phone, bath; $30; ratea for 2.
CALIF.. 1541— St. Margaret's club for girls,
teachers, students, bus. women, tourists; sun-
ny rooms; excellent - board ; rates reas. Ph.
Franklin 3292; Home C 2569.
EDDY St.. 810— Newly and pleasantly furn.
rooms with board for 2 or more; reasonable.
FOR list of inspected rooms see I>OMO DIREC-
TORY. Saves time. 11 to 2. £22 Crocker bid.
HAVES. 988 — Rooms and board. $5.50 to $7 wk..
$25 to $30 mo.; piano. Home phone 53256.
JACKSON St., 1558— Beautiful, snnny rooms with
board.
LARKIN st.. 1539, bet. Sacramento and Clay—
1 Sonny furnished rooms; hot water and phone;
with or without board.
OCTAVIA St.. 192tt, cor. Sacramento— Splendid
.location, facing Lafayette sq. ; large, cheerful
sunny rms.; excellent board: references: phone.
PACIFIC ay., 1716 — Large, sunny, front room;
choice table; reasonable: references.
PIEKCE st., 261 — Good board and rooms; reason-
able; American and vegetarian cooking.
SUTTER, 1618— Nice sunny quiet home la a
private family; 2 meals. $6.
STEINER st.. 533— Furn. room and board for
gentlemen; gas, electricity and phone.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. Central ay. and
Waller St., San Francisco— A beautiful home,
where old Jadies, young girls and Iltti» cliil-
dren can board very reasonable.
SUNNY rooms, with board, for - gentlemen.
528 Jones gt.. Oakland.
OAKLAND HOUSE KEEPING POOMS
FOR rent — 1 or 5 rooms and bath, furnished for
house keeping; 4 rooms. $22.50; 5 rooms. $27.
These rooms are conveniently located to both
Southern Pacific and Key Route ferries anil
streetcar liries. 1202 Sth St.. corner Magnolia.
AT 24th St., 471. bet. Broadway and Telegraph—
5 house keeping rooms, furnished complete;
regular kitchen, gas. bath, electricity: $23.
SUNNY furnished house keeping rooms. $1 week
up. 1120 7th st. near Adeline. : ; \u25a0--.%'
MICE sunny bouse keeping rooms to let at 272
4th St.; very reasonable.
2 SUNNY rooms, furnished for house keeping.
770 19th st, near We»t.
AND BOARD
NORTHGATE, ISO) Euclid ar.; tel. Berk. 1615;
north entrance of university campus — Apart-
ments with private baths; single rooms: steam
heat and ea libel! in every room; sleeping
porches; first class tatfe board; special sum-
mer rat*s. M. M. HENRY.
HOTELS
HOTEL ARGONAUT, 4th and Market sts— Fam-
ily and commercial hotel; room with detached
bath, $1 per day; rooms with private bath,
$1.50 per day; restaurant attached; moderate
prices; free bus meets all trains and st'mship.s.
HOTEL Fillmore. 1714 O'Farrell— Newly fur-
nished room, day. week or month, from 50c to
$1.50; country trade solicited. »
A^A — Aparts. of 1 to 4 rooms, private bath, cleg.
turn.; sunny; electric light, hot water, heat,
elevator, janitor service, lines; beautiful read-
Ing lobby; 1 rm., ?15 up; 2 rms., $27.50 up; 3
rms.. $40 up; 4 rms., $50 up; Halght st. cars.
Rosemont." 214 Halght; phone Park 539. -
LUNDY APTS., Stanyaa st. at Frederick— The
most complete In the city; hot and cold water,
electric lights, baths, elevator service. Jaaltor
service; every room In house light; rent reas.
AA— VAN NESS APARTMENTS, 2128 Van Ness
nr. Broadway — Elegantly furnished apta. of 3
and 4 rooms; steam heat. elec. light, elevator;
manne view; reasonable. Phone Franklin 2590.
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SLTTER ST.
NR. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3 ;
RMS., BATH; COMPLETELY FCRN.: REFS.
TWO and 3 apts.; 2 elegant double beds- hote!
service; lights, linen, soap, etc.. free; as low
as $45. Ellis Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Jones.
CASTLEREAGH APTS.. 1373 Clay bet. Jones and
Leavenworth — 3-4 room apts.; steam heat, hot
water, elevator, white marble front entrance.
LLOYD St.. 28-30 — Cozy 4 room apartment flats-
store room; yard; hall carpented and lighted
by owner.
MORRIS ay.. 161. off Bryant, nr 6th— N«w
3 room unfur. apts.. with bath, reasonable.
CHISMORE Apts.. SE. cor. Bush and Jones— l-2-
3-4 rooms; all modern conveniences; now ready.
ST. DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bush st. at Jones
— Up to date la every respect: 1-2-3-4 room*.
EL FOREST apts.. $25 Bush near Taylor— a and
4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished.
BEST modern 4 room apts.. furn. and uafura
for the money at the Maryland. 363 Page st.
THE COZY— Only 2 lett;earb 4 rooms, bath;!
light, sunny, reasonable. 3674 16th st. !
THE LORING. 2400 Van Ness. cor. Greea—
Sunny furn. and nnfnra. apts.. 3 and 4 roomy.
EUREKA APTS.. Mkt. and 17th sts— Beautiful
3 & 4 rm. apts. ; phone, janitor service; suany.
ST. ELMO. 1452 Devlsadero Bt.— Furn. front or
single snites; bath, phone; all cony.. $12 to $40.
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. 2 and .*{ roaaj
apts; hotel service; private exch.: most ress.
TO let — 3 room apartments. reasonable.
fcee owner. 583 7th ay.. northwest cor. B st.
A— Oakhurst Apts.. Washington Jc Taylor— Nice-
ly fnrn. 3 rms. A- h.: tu'w. snnnr: mod.: r<>^»
FLATS TO LET
GET MOORE'S FREE RENTING LIST,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ABOUT
; 8 room fiats and apartments at $13.
4 room flats and apartments at $22.50.
6 room flats and apartments at $27.50.
6, 7 and 8 rooms. $30 and up.
SPECIAL.
A 3 room flat, all furnished for $75; rent. $20
HARRY J. MOORE FURNITURE COMPANY,
40 O'Farrell st. near Market.
PAGE st.. 4SIJ near Webster — Snnny upper flat.
6 rooms and bath; lawn and yard: quiet neigh-
borhood; walking distance from down town;
$32.50; vacant about Sept. 1. Inquire okner
4«3 Page st.
$22.50 — 4 rooms and bath; new. lig^t, sunny
flats; mnst be seen to be appreciated; one
block from Hyde or Jackson st. cars. 1717
Leavenworth st.
GOLDEN GATE ay.. S6l. oecond floor front, op-
posite Jefferson park — Flat of 3 rooms and
bath. Apply in optical store below.
BAKER St.. S3O, between Golden Gate ay. and
. Turk st. — Up to date sunny lower flat of 6
large rooms; beautiful lawn and garden.
NOE. St., 165, near 15th — Upper 6 room and
bath; sunny, light; 1 block north of Market;
will- carpet stairs."
STEINER st.. 1315, nr. Ellis^ — 6 large rooms,
bath, water in rooms; fine condition; rent
reduced. $20.
BEAUTIFUL sunny 3 room apartment flats; 33d
near Telegraph: rents reasonable. Inquire
023 33d st... Oakland.
POTRERO ay.. 938. nr. 21st st. — New modern
r. room flat, bath, gas, 3 blocks public school;
$20 month.
EUREKA st, 164, near 18th — $22.50; modern,
. sunny flat, 5 rooms, bath, basement, yard;
renovated. •
DOLORES St.. 128, near 14th — 6 room, sunny!
upper flat, inclosed porch; location suitable for
roomers'. " •
FAIR OAKS St., 435-442— 2 elegant snnny flats.
-. all- modern :- ft rooms earhr rent very cheap to
reliable tenants: nice yard and garden.
LEROY place, 17, off Sacramento-Jones — Sunay
middle. 6 rms.; up to date; no carfare: $25_
14TH 5t.. '433. near Valencia — Modern. 7 sunny
rooms and bath; upper flat; rent reasonable.
CAPP st./ 1063. nr. 26th— $1S; flat of 4 rooms
and bath-; modern.
FLATS to let — New. artistic 5 room flat wltf*
• basement garage. 679 3d ay. * .
HAVES St., 1387 — Scnny apartment fiat of 4 I
rooms, bath: automatic ho: water service.
14TH st., 935— A 5 and 6 rooms and bath; all
sunny; rent cheap.
DUBOCE ay., 414. bet. Fillraore and Steiner
Four sunny rooms; rent $25.
FIRST ay., S53 — For rent. 6 rooms and bath, or
3 rooms and hath; rent cheap.
BROADWAY and Salmon St.. SW. cor. Middle
- and lower flats. 5 rooms ea.: newly renovated^
16TH st., 3679. 300. ft north of .Market New 4
; room and bath: rent $25...
WALLER St.. 256 — 6 large rooms, bath, laundry •
'newly tinted: reduced $25. Key 2r»2. • *
HAIGHT St.. 1218, ' opposite Buena Vista park—-
.Fine new flat. 6 rooms; rent reduced.
SACRAMENTO and Ist ay— Rent reduced- fine
cor.; 5-6-8 r.; all suany; $23-$3O-$10; owl car!
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22S MONTGOMERY ST.. MILLS BLDO..
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AUCTIONEERS
RENTS COLLECTED
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OB" PEOPEETT
Space la this column
Js open to owners
of flats. - apartments, N
houses. - stores, - etc..
FREE OF CHARGE.
We will advertise tneai
FREE -OF CHARGE
every day until rented.
CALL AND SEE US.
FLATS NORTH OF MARKET ST.
$Ss— lo r. ana D. \u25a0 3168 Washington »*. nr.
Lyon; sunny upper fiat: hardwood noors.
560—7 r. and b.; 1021 Leavenwortn st. nr. L.u.-
fornla: modern unp^r flaf. ceilur clo»ew.
$60—7 r. and b.: 17.^ Larkin st. nr. Washington .
sunny middle flat. a „,...
$oo— B r. and b. ; 2Cffl California st. nr. S«.ott.
elegant modern flat.
$50— € r. and b.: 1521 Larkin st. nr. Clay; upper ,
fiat; close to 4 carlines. \u0084.,
$47 mo.— S r. and t>. Splendid sunny flat. 13 a
McAllister, nr. St«>»t!»r it. . „
$50 mo. — 6 r. and r>. and store room ; modern
upper flat. 1348 Leaveaworth »t. nr.
Clay.
$5O mo. — 6 r. and b.. cor. upper flat: mod^.
op to date: fine neighborhood: atTr-C:-
tive bldg. ; convenient to cars and *»*•**
people. 1605 Washington st.. cor. Lsruin.
$47.30-$5C — 6 r. ami b,: 1230-3S Leavenwofta 3...
near Clay: 2 elegant np to date flats.
$42.50 mo. — c r. and b. 10t5i> Devisadero at., coc
Turk. Splendid comer Sat.
$40—8 r. and b.; 1310 Jackson st. nr. Polk;
lower flat: suaay side of street. - ;
$40 mo.— 6 r. and b. : laundry. 1163 I>evlsader»
St. cor Eddy: lower corner Hat. hard-
wood floors; will tint and palat to suit
tenant.
$40 mo. — 7 r. and b. Fine lower flat. 1347 Me-
Allister, nr. Steiner St. \u0084„--
$,,5 mo.— 6 r. and b. Fine middle Cat. lIS*
Fell. nr. Scott sr.
*33 — o r. and b. ; new lower fiat; marine view.
2541 Baker st. nr. Vallej.'..
|25 — 6 r. and b. ; 252 D Polk st. nr. Filbert; upper
fist.
$30—6 r . and b-: 2450 Larkla St.. nr. Filbert:
,„ BPPer flat; marine view.
$27.50— Reduced from $33; « r. and b.; fln»
lower flat; 3037 Washington nr. Batter^
527.50 — 4 r. aad b. ; 2 sunny uooer flats; 122.
Clay. nr. Jones.
$25-$35— 6 r. and b.. 2233-30-37 Sntter St.. neat
Pierce; 3 flats ta fine condition.
$25— i r. and b. : fine suaay upper flat: 11-l
Clay nr. Taylor.
*23 — 6 r. and t>., upper flat; 2712 A Busa nr.
Broderick.
$25 — 4 r. and b.; sunny middle fiat; 1117 Clay
nr. Taylor.
$25 — I r. and b. ; beautiful new lower flat; 1122 A
\u0084 Mason nr. Washington.
?20 — 2 nice flats. 4 r. aad b. ea. ; 1655-7 Green-
wich st. nr. Franklin.
$18 mo. — i r. and h. New lower Cat. 201 •»
Octavia. nr. Filbert st
$18 ma— 3 r. and b. 240 Ivy aye.. nr. FraaS-
lln st.
$16—6 r. aad b. ; sunny, lower flat; 27128 Bus'a
st. nr. Broderick.
$15 mo. — 5 r. and b. 1651 Golden Gats aye.;
nr. Devlsadero st. : lower fiat wltb. yard.
$42.50 to $50 — 7 elegant apartment flats. sr. and
b. each; brick building, earthquake proof:
exceptionally light and suuny; grarMj-
view; wonderful car line facilities. Wilt
N; papered or tinted to suit. 12JI to 12J7 j
Rush nr. Hyde.
APARTMENTS NORTH OF MARKET ST.
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$450 — Modern apartment house of 20 apartment*
to lease as a whole; have tenant* for 9
apartments; best part of town; accessible
to 5 ear lines.
foO — 6 r. and b. ; elfgant apt.; Inlaid floors, ce-
dar closets, hot wator. etc. TUe We*t-
gate. 132« Hyde <=r. nr. t'lay.
$10—6 r. and b. : 1453 California st. nr. Hyde;
front apartment.
$37.50 mo. — 1 r. and b. 13«8 Plae St.. nr. Hyde.
_„_ *"\u25a0 Modern apartment flat.
*°° —^ r. and b. ; modern, sunny »pt. : ldOl Sac-
ramento st. SW. COR. HYDE.
$30. $32.50 mo. — I r. and b. each. 1031 Lea-
\u25bcenworth st.. nr. California; modern.
\u266635 mo.— 4 r. and b., every modern conveni-
ence; Marie Antoinette apts.. 1201 Pln«
„__ _ *t., cor. Leaveaworth.
$32.50 to $40—4 i. and b.; new and beantt-
fally appointed apts.: every possible con-
venience; Just completed. Redding apts..
1670 Clay st. near Polk.
$30^ — S r. and b. ; Browning apta. : splendid lcca-
tion: 1732 Washington nr. Pcli.
$-0 to $2."i — o apartments. 0 r. and b. ea. : janitor
service, etc.; 1710 Larkiu. Granada apt-'.
rs2or $20 mo. — 2 r. and b. ; beautiful modern apts.
Marl? Antoinette ants., 1201 Pine St.. cor.
Leavenworth.
$IS-$23.54 — S r. and b.; sunny modern apart*
ments; every convenience; NE. cor P.v
eifle and Larkln sts.
o r. ami b. ea.: 3 apts.; 13 >4' Jackson *r. bet.
Hyde and Leavth.; beautifully appointed.
FURNISHED FLATS AND APAETMENT3L
$60 mo.— 6 r. and b.. laundry, etc. 11.61 Deris,
adero st.. cor. Eddy; completely fur- •
nished, piano; all outside suaay tan.lj
„ stone steps; marble vestibule. .—*±
$22.50 mo.— 2 r. and b.; beautifully furnished.
Marie Antoinette apts. ; 1201 Pine sr.
cor. Leavenworth.
$153 m 0. —12 apts. 10 of 3r. aad 2of 2 r.. 3
baths; 7 toilets; heater for baths; com-
pletely furnished; will give loag leas*
to good tenaat; ur. Jackson and Leavea-
«or;n sts.
HOUSES NORTH Off MARSET
$S3 mo.— 9 r. and b. Splendid neighborhood.
39C2 Clay nr. Cherry st.. Presidio Height*
Dist. Open for Inspection from 1 to 3
o'clock p. m.
$30—8 r. and b.. 1760 O'FarrelL near Fillaore.
STORES, LOFTS. ETC. NORTH OF MARKET
STRRET.
$250 mo.— Siie 19x90 ft. Very light: 2 entrances.
rear and front: large bsmt.: splendid lo-
cution. 125-127 SnttPr. nr. Moatg. st
$150— Loft.-. 26x137:6 ft.. 2d floor; passenger anrl
freight elevator; 12r, Geary st. nr. Crant
avenue. -.?.\u25a0
$125 — Mezzanine floor: suitable for milliner, etc.:
can arrange- for some ground space ami
window display; 125 Geary nr. Grant ay.
$100— Large, light store. NE. CORNER Polk
anil Washington. FINE BUSINESS LO-
s7s each — 2 flue new stores. 643 Washington
nr. Kearny st.
$40 — Large light store, with S living r. ta rear-
1632 Devlsadero nr. Sntter.
$30— Large store. 1760 O'Farrell st. near FlU-
more: fine location.
$2.">— Store; fine location for barber sheo- ITI3
Sacramento st. nr. Polk.
FUBNISHED HOUSES. "^T/ -
$150 mo. — House fr r. and 2 baths; b*mt.; e<v
' ; : ;I 2 obstructed marins view; beaattfuE'y
equipped home. Jackson «t.. nr. Pr£
s!clio aye.
FLATS SOUTH OF MARKET ST. AND MISSION
$20—5 r. and b.. 931 Saotwell st.; one-nai: bloc*
from 2 car lines; sunny upper flat.
HOUSES SOUTH OF MARKET AND MISSION
$18 mo.— Fine double house. 6 r and b *S*
San Jose aye.. nr. *r.
STORES. ETC SOUTH OF ; MAKSET ST,
A>r> MISSION
$100-Wareh = ; in li^ t
173 mo.-Lar^ n-g^Z hAis \%? *«*•„
$75 ™.-Ste^of 23 .talto. C 8 Stanford St..
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