FOR PULPIT THEE
Clergymen Will Preach on Re«
lation of Church and
••• . • Observance of La
j T^s^mcwwt> '•bor day will begin
today, when an ad
dress by Walter Macarthur upon the
principles of trade unionism will be
read Jn all the public schools of San
Francisco. A short discussion will fol
low the reading. j ••":
Sunday practically all : churches,
catholic and protestant. will devote one
Fervice to the cause of organized labor,
telling of its aims and achievements.
Rabbi Bernard M. Kaplan will deliver
a special sermon upon "Labor Day
From the Religious Point of View."
Rev. G. Hulsebus of the United Evan
gelical church. 5024 Twenty-fourth
Ftreet. will take a subject appropriate
jo the day at the evening eervlce. He
Will show the attitude which the church
and labor unions should assume toward
Rev. Louis J. Sawyer of the Hamilton
Square Baptist church. Post street be
iwcen Fillmore and Steiner. will ob
serve Labor Sunday. His theme at the
morning service will be "Jesus Christ
end the Worker." All union men are
cordially invited to attend.
E: A. Trembly, Pacific coaft organ
izer and label promoter for the united
garment workers of America, is in the
city and purposes to make a protracted
stay. While in Portland Trembly did
much work for his organization. It is
sa.id that the Chinese make 75 to SO per
rent of the blue flannel shirts in this
city. To have this work put in the
hands of union people is one of the du
ties of the organizer. Other union la
hor abuses he will endeavor to cor
The conference between representa
tives of upholsterers' union Xo. 28 and
the employers Wednesday in reference
to the new wage scale came to no def
inite conclusions. The union was also
represented by the president and secre
tary of the labor council. The employ.
t« will meet again this week and
notify the union what will be done in
the premises. >i
There will he a special meeting of
the iron trades council tonight and all
delegates sre requested to attend. The
meeting will be held in the labor tem
Waiters' union Xo. 30 met Wednes
day night. A committee was appointed
to act in conjunction with the Asiatjc
exclusion league on matters pertaining
to immigration. The local voted $ICO
to the Los Angeles strikers arid $50 to
the culinary workers on strike in Spo
kane. A vote of thanks was extended
to Secretary Gallagher for his efforts
in settling the difficulty with the inter
national union. It was decided to take
$25 worth of tickets for Shell Mound
park. Labor day. The local's donkey,
which has done such good service In
unionizing houses, will have a place in
the great, parade Monday.. \u25a0:\u25a0/\u25a0
At the last meeting of building ma
terial teamsters' union Xo. 216 three
candidates were initiated and seven ap
plications received.* The usual dona
tion was made to the Los Angeles
strikers. Marshal Osborn wishes all
mem&ers to form in line promptly the
morning of Labor day. A special
meeting will be held tomorrow night,
at which final instructions to members
will be given. : :
Members of wood, wire and metal
lathers' union Xo. 65 will all turn out
in the Labor day parade with union
badges and caries. The line will tie
formed at Fifteenth and Mission
streets. Members are I requested to
take notice that there is a fine of $5
for nonattendance. . .'\u25a0..
A special car will be chartered by
those delegates who will attend the
Dcs Moines convention of the brother
hood of carpenters and joiners of
America and the plumbers, whose in
ternational meets in St. Paul. The
special Mill go to Chicago, where the
delegations will separate. There wlil
be about 40 in the party. .:\u25a0 v; •:
Carpenters' unionXo. 1473 of Fruit
vale will dedicate its new hall in Fruit
vale avenue tomorrow evening. The
building cost $18,000. The main hall
is handsomely fitted up with all mod
ern improvements. Several labor lead
ers will go over from this city to at
tend the festivities.
Carpenters' union Xo." 7<lo7 < 10 of Long
Beach wl!i observe Labor day in a
novel manner. Its members have ten
dered their services to erect a church,
completing it in one day, for the East
Long Beach Christian church.
President Crowley was in the chair
at the last meeting of milk wagon
drivers' union JCo. 226. It was reported
t!mt the Ingleside dairy matter has
.been settled satisfactorily. All Labor
day arrangements are complete. About
70 members will be in line, .the remain
der of the members working. The
union; took up the question of aiding
the San Mateo teamsters and the dele
gates will make a report at the next
meeting of the joint council of team
sters. One candidate was obligated.
\u25a0J. J. McCormick has been chosen
marshal for Labor day by bridge and
structural iron worker^* union No. 7S;
Kis aids are William Herzog, George
Brown. Thomas Crowley and David
Fillipl. A fine of $5 will be Imposed
on all members not in the, parade. ' •
> United glass workers' union at, Its
last meeting protested vigorously
against Immigration Commissioner
North* action in landing Hindus and
other, undesirable immigrants. The
local' has completed all arrangements
for the Labor day parade.
CM: Erlckeon has been elected mar
shal of the big parade by janitors'
union Xo. 10,367 and his aids will be
J. Nl Street and . William Stumpf.
Three names ! were added to th«. roll
and several applications are. pending. •
Past President Victor Kress was the
recipient of a gold and diamond em
blem of the craft from the district
council of painters at its last meeting.
Berkeley Tennis Club
' Plans: Tournament
BERKELEY, Sept. L— Labor and Ad
mission days will be devoted to a tennis
tournament by the members of. the
Berkeley tennis club and the courts of
the organization in Hillegass avenue
will be the scene of many matches. A
progressive mixed doubles tournament
will be held Monday for, a' permanent
cup and much interest, is shown. At 2
o'clock that .day play will be com
menced for the championship of the
club and_the cup held by E. W. Mac-
SwaJn. ' The event will be continued
Friday, when the final match will be
completed. In charge of the tourna
ments are C. W. Peck, chairman ;Oliver
Youngs JK, C. S. Mason, A. W. Sperry
and C. E. Allen. \u25a0 ,
AT FIELD BALL
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Grammar School Boys Utterly
Rout Opponents From the
Crocker Classes %
Between 3.000 and 4,000 grammar
school pupils and their parents yester
day saw Hancock grammar school field
ball team utterly rout the team from
the Crocker grammar schooj 4>y 40 to
26 on the new .South side, playgrounds.
The board of education had. granted a
half holiday to the. -grammar ptlpils
and they turned out In numbers to wit
ness the game. • ..
For a first attempt the game was a
good one and Hancock, the winners,
showed far, greater knowledge of the
game than. did their opponents. The
last quarter of the game was the best
and the Hancock. boys seemed to. get
into their proper stride in this period.
The "kick passing" was. . particularly
well executed by the boys from Tele
graph hill and they had the Crocker
team guessing all through the quarter.
Both teams, however, tried too : much,
dribbling and ground kicking instead
of kicking up and trying to make high
marks ( S I :-:. : ;
One of the features of the game Is
the constant quick changing of the seat
of play. The ball travels: quickly- from
one end of the field to. the other" -and
the men are running in this game more
than in any other form of football.
Hancock scored five goals (30 points)
and 10 behinds (1 point each) to two
goals (12 points) and 14 behinds by the
Crocker 6chooL .
In the first quarter Referee Ward
bounced the ball- off and Crocker im
mediately took It Into Hancock terri
tory. The Hancock defense was good
and the play was quickly transferred
to the other end of the field. Play had
not been in progress more than five
minutes before Hancock had scored the
first point of the game by netting a
behind. Right after this Hancock
came back to the attack and scored a
goal. The play seesawed from one end
of the field to the other, the Hancock
team having slightly the better of the
all round play. At the end of this pe
riod of the game Hancock had regis
tered 21 points to only 3 behinds scored
For the next two quarters the play
was not of an interesting nature, both
teams doing poor work and both
adding a few. points as the game pro
The final quarter was the best of the
whole game. Crocker had livened up
considerably, but the Hancock boys
were playing a wonderful game and all
the men showed great knowledge of
many of the finer points. For instance,
the "kick passing" was greatly im
proved over the earlier attempts. This
style of passing calls for great accu
racy in direction of the kicks, and on
many occasions the Hancock boys sent
the ball the full length of Jhe field by
chain kicks beautifully directed from
one to the other of their own side. In
this way the ball was taken into good
positions right in front of the goal and
goals registered from them. ;
This mode of attack gradually wore
down the Crocker defense and the Han
cock boys scored often. The Crocker
boys, however, rallied shortly before
the finish and scored a goal from i a
long pass kick by the center halfback.
It was a good piece of work, but it was
the last that was in the Crocker team.
Goals were scored for 'Hancock by
Plimlo 8. Ciscarra 1 and Garrlgan 1.
Wilson and Gold ing each scored a goal
for the Crocker team. ; . .
The; lineup of both teams was as fol
lows: . ..r-
Hancock Position Crocker
A. Mind Fullback ...W. Naughton
G. Pera. .....R. W. B .B. KarstPDson
A. Schablque L. W« 8. . . J. Bugbee. C. Bauer
A. Llppl .....C. H. 8.....D. Lewis. Goldlng
C. HHbinjr*.. R. H. B P.. McCartney
N. A50r0..., .L. H. 8...1. Murphy (Brigbee)
A. Cre«=pi. . . . . . . . Center. S. Rosenberg
F. Molonarl . . E. W. O J. M'iipro
C. RswonnHTl L. W- C ...P. Falrchild
R. Garrlgan.- C. H. F ...K. Jangen
J. Quemlo ..R. H. F. .......... .H. Hendry
P. Campaaa . . L. H. F W. Wllfson
J. Dieh1. ..... Full forward . . F. Johnsqn
I. Trepani... K. W, F.. .....?. Cunningham
J. ftamba .... L. W. F, .B. SelJg, Conninfrhatn
A. Maragrno F0110wer. . . .»-.-. ...G. Gliding
L. Visearra .Follower. 1 11. McClellan. Lewis
H. Camj)ana.,....RoTerl..w>. Captain G. Borland
Hancock . I will now play the Columbia
Park boys': club; on the same grounds
on Saturday morning. : : : ; . ' -.- :
I" MEETINGS—. Lodges)
A. & A. S. R. of Fi-ee Masonry. JB3U '\u25a0'\u25a0
San Francisco Lodge of Perfection hT
No. I— Fourth degree THIS (FRI- tsk
DAY) EVENING, Sept. 2, I'.UO. ff\ '
at 8 o'rl.K-k In Golden Gate Com- /SM«\
..niauderv ball. 2135 Sutter St.: - : It&'fA
HENRY ASCROFT. Sec. j/s4£\\
2135 Suttcr st, fflsSs*?
CALIFORNIA Oommanderr No. 1. K. T. — '\u25a0»*—
Stated assembly THIS (FRIDAY) l-SH
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Albert Pike WJB
Meniorlal"-temple, 1559 Geary st. By.
ord«>r : D. E. F. EASTON, .Generalissimo.
WILLIAM R. JOST. Recorder. -.
SAN FUANCISCO lodke No. 3. I.
(>: 0. F.— lnitiation TONIGHT jOBBj&SS£k
of 4 candidates. VlMtort wol- ®&S34SHF
come. M. BRILLIANT, N". G. >t 3tol»»*'
F. W. WARREN, Secretary., '.-.'.
CALEDONIAN club, ladles' night , J9 iT
Friday ptc. Sept. 2. at 8 o'clock, « J @ £fl
Npiv Scottish hall. 121 Larkin ft. wLl^J^
C:ansmi>n arc requested to uppear /%ggy^J r
in rostume or plaid and bonnet.-
Sister Boeicties cordially : invited: \u25a0 : ."• .
\u25a0 -;• ,-.; LITERARY COMMITTEB:
CEMENT Workers, take Notice — Ton are hereby
notified to attend Labor day parade MONDAY,
Sept, 5, 1010; $10 fine for nonattendance will
strictly be enforced. Don't fail to carry work-
ing. cards ; along- that morning. . :
.'--. B. E. ULLNER, Financial Secretary
: Local No. 1, A. B. of Cv W.
_\u25a0_\u25a0' ..: '-. [ HALM TO LET ' 'i.,-^_^;
VAN NESS HALL, 222 Van Ness av,,' bet. Qrove
and Haves ft*. — Parttculani 'on premises. '
LOSTt-A passbook with the Hibernia Savings
and L.oan society" of >San Francisco, in the
name of William . J: Kelley.- No. 378,097. The
finder- will please return to bank. Unless
| ' "same is relumed within five! day's a new 'book
will be Is?oed to the applicant. \u25a0" .
THE gentleman who called July 22, at 2312
. \u25a0 Redwood -ay., Fmltvale, • in, regard to cocker
: pups, would be weU" rewarded If he could give
some Information : about : a large white fox-
• terrier female, with -lone tall, who -disappeared
. Nbout. the.. time he "called. . '
LOST—^olld gold watch and fob; initial A. R.;
reward. . Finder please return to A. R., 2681
Broadway. . . _ • •
LOST — Gold amethyst crocs. Return to 2003
. Lyon st. and. receive reward; . •
LOST-^Oold monogram fob, letters M. H. L.
Finder retnrn t0 '436 O'Farrell St.: reward.
JSMPLOYMEXT WAXTED — Male^
ACCOUNTANT- keeps: small sets of books, 4ay
. work only. Address P. O. box £S3. Berkeley.
BAR' TENDER, middle age, single, wants po»l--
tlon; .references; sober and honest; reasonable
-.wages. A. R. A., 1249 Kentucky st., S. F.
EXPERT' machinist -and Inventor wants .sltua-
• tion for private partner or corporation; model
and experimental work; ideas developed; wages
reasonable; references .exchanged. - Box 287
- Call; 1108 Valencia; st. \u25a0
FIRST CLASS draftsman with several years' «x-
" perience and references wants • position. : Ad-
dres6 toox SIS, Cull office. " ' '. . \u25a0 \u25a0 :
GARDENER (Japanese) wants position in city or
• country;. grow all kinds of flowers, trees and
plants; can lay out landscape, and good exne-
rlfnce. Box 487. CaU office. .. . ,'
GERMAN cook and baker who understands milk-
ing tad who is not afraid' of any other - work
. wishes situation, city or country. Address
stating "wages, W.. HERRMANN, 5235 20th
St., San Francisco. .;. : .-
PAINTER, paper hanger, tinter. etc.,- Wants
work : from owners; fully: equipped to do any
• buildings In California; work reasonable; city
or country. DECORATOR, 17 Henderson ay •
, phone Pacific 3064. . ; -
POSITION as poultryman by a pojiltryman of 30
-ream* experience. Address -L. H. '"SEVER-
..ANCE,'633 Brannaii et., S. F.
POULTRY man- capable of -managing large
i poultry bnslness : or. putting noupaylng farms
on paying basis. Address 439 4th ay., Rich- I
- mood diet., Saa Francisco, |
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL,- FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 2, 1910-
EMPLOYMENT WANTED—- Male— Con:
RELIABLE Japanese cook wishes position In pri-
vate family; thoroughly competent cook; nas
lone experience; references. T.. KITA, box
4773. Call office. 1631 Fillmore st-
WANTED — Position in a warehouse by married
young man capable of handling orders -or sblp-
, ping; good references ;. no bad habits. Box
WANTED — By a competent book keeper; a small
set of books to attend to evenings. Address
r box 1258. Call offlce.
WANTED — Chore work," house cleaning, window
cleaning, by hour or day; American. Box 514,.
Call offlce. \u25a0 ._.....-
YOUNG man desires a steady position in pri-
vate family; familiar with all kinds of labor;
city or country. Box 533. Call office.
• EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Female
• AA— rPosltlon by refined .young woman from the
east as governess or companion; college mu-
sical education. Box 488, Call office.
FRENCH girl would Hk'e position to do upstairs
i and second work. Address 2212 Wfbster st.
1 JAPANESE, neat woman, wants a place in small
. family as plain cook and Ught housework;
L speaks English. - Only mail to T. SUWA,
s 1760 Sutter st. ..-\u25a0'.
• COLORED woman wants place for cooking,
downstairs work. MARY CATLIN, 4 San
j Diego" ay.. city. -" "-
, NEAT young German girl desires situation house-
work, $30. MISS DILLON* 1138 Tnrk st.
\ Phone West 6466. \u25a0 . .-•\u25a0
t RESPECTABLE woman wants cooking or will
do housework in small family: wages $30 to
$33; -please write or call after -2 o'clock at
• 425 Fell st. ' -
. WANTED — Position by an elderly lady as house
keeper for an apartment house. ' Address MRS.
Me. 1128 Monterey ft.. Vallejo. Cal. \u25a0
t " Wanted able bodied men for the U. S. Ma-
rine Corps, between the ages of 19 and 35.
Mii«t b.« native born or have first papers'.
! Monthly pay $15 to $69. Additional compen-
; sation - possible. Food, clothing, quarters and
, medical attendance free. After 30. years' serv-
I Ice can retire with- 75 per., cent, of pay and al-
lowances. Services on . board "ship and ashore i
1 in all parts of the world. Apply at U. S. Ma-
rine Corps Recruiting Offlce, 95. Market St., San
Francisco, Cal. : ' .
1 MEN. wanted; age 19 to -35; for firemen $100
s monthly and brakemen - $80, on nearby rail-
roads; experience unnecessary; no strike; pro-
, motion to engineers, conductors; railway em-.
1 ploying headquarters; over 500 men sent" to
\u25a0 .positions monthly;, state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, care Call office. ..
1 ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkin— Chef cook, male, oafe,
t $1S week; experienced hotel porter, $35; fry
i cook; $6?; cake baker, $60 up; several bus
boj-s; t> days, $8 week: kitchen hands, 6 days,
$S week; yardman, hotel, $40; French bus
\u25a0 boys, $30-$35; cook, small hotel, $40.. Others.
WANTED — Experienced \u25a0 domestic salesmen for .
; Wash goods and sheetings. Apply superintend-
> ent's office from 9 to 11 a. m.. HALE BROS.,
: Inc., Market and 6th' sts:, S. F.
- MEN and women, learn 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: CaU
and let ns explain the Moler system. 234 3d et.
IF you bad 5 or 10 acres of our rich, level land
In Alameda county you wouldn't need to look
for a Job. No matter how: little money you'
bare we can gife you a start. See PRO-
GRESSIVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sutter gt.
! DRUGGIST, licentiate, ; wanted; good steady
> position in the country.' Answer, giving tele-"
; phone and street address before 9 a. m. : Satur-
-day. Box 529, Call offlce. . '
WANTED — Experienced wrappers on dry goods
for delivery department. Apply superintend--
tfnt's office frpm 9 to 11 a. m., HALE BROS.,
, Inc.. Market and Gth sts.. S. F. :
WANTED — Experienced domestic . salesman, to
go to Sacramento. Apply superintendent's-
office from 9 to 11 a.m.. HALE BROS.,
Inc.*. Market and; 6th sts., s. IF.-. . • .
WANTED— Experienced drapery salesman, Ap--
ply superintendent's office Xrom 9 to .11 a. m.,
HALE BROS.. Inc.. Market and Oth. sts.. S. F.
CO AT' makers; 2 first class, ones wanted; shop
furnished. J. , D. HAHNY 1216 Broadway,
Oakland. - I • ' • ;
THOROUGHLY experienced electrician- 6tate
experience, references, age and salary .ex-
pected. Address -box 532, Call office. :
WANTED-- Thoroughly experienced gents' fur-
nUhing goods salesman. Apply HALE BROS.,-
Ipc. 11th and Washington sts.. Oakland.
DOUGLAS HOUSE, :"58 Harrison st. nr. 3d— Now
open; 200 hard finished rms.; reading rm'.; hot
water; rms. 25c dayr $1.25, $1.50 week.-
WANTED — Brush" makers; 2 good draw hands.
60c 1,000. Apply - THOS. E. BOYLE, 3536
South Park. Los Angeles. . /
AGENTS WANTED TO SELIi WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS: \u25a0 REF. REQ:
, BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO.. 7Q4 MARKET.
i WANTED— 6OO aaeh to occupy rooms, 20c to 30c
pec night (free bath), at the NEW YORK. -.753
f Howard ist. between -8d and" 4th. ...
WANTED— Ballast men. Bay Point and Clayton
ruilroad.- Apply A. J. Sullivan,' Section Fore-
> man. Bay Point. ; Cal. • •
WANTED— Experienced .dress' goods salesman.
! Apply. HALE BROS.,- INC., 11th and Washing 1
ton sts.. Oakland, -. ' . . - -
> MEN of ideas with' tome Inventive ability,
i. GREELBY &• McINTIRB.; Patent Attorneys,
it. Washington. . D, Q. .
i 10 men. to learn cigar making*; steady man to
I tehd store. 300 112 th st, .near Folsonj.
WANTED — Young man stenographer; state age,
experience and salary expected. Box 512, Call.
, WANTED— 2 extra men Saturday and Sunday
\u25a0 for bootblacking stand. 2004 Mission st. *
.. PHOTO coupon agents wanted'; good proposition.'
SCHAFFER. 72 San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
BOYS and men Wanted. ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. 15th- and :FolBom.
NEW WESTERN, 1124 Howard— Single rooms,
15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water.
MEN wanted at 103 3d *t. to have" their shoes
rrnalred: sewed soles --75e. done in 10 minute*.
I .-.'\u25a0. . i . .
'\u25a0 i-^_P_4feg EßS AyD SUPPLIES
TUNGSTEN jSTEELI TUNGSTEN STEEL!
Iron, as you all know, was the first In metal-
lnrgy; 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 STEKL RAZORS are asfar-
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
1 barbers, praising the high QUALITY of this
f««t'.We have the' EXCLUSIVE) AGENCY.
Price $2.25. ;- .
DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.,
.; 162-164 .Turk st.. San Francisco. CaL
' '. ; BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS. ~ T '
. • Sold on Installments of $5 PER MONTH
.CHAIRS. FIXTURES, VIBRATORS or HAIB
DRIERS sold on small monthly payments and we
will; allow yon top price on your old. fixtures In
exchange. Remember, we are not In the trust
JAMES BARKER. INC.,
Phcne Franklin 3599. ; 94 Turk. St.
BARBERS' union, No. 148— Members will as-
semble at store, 3208 10th st. near Guerrero,
at 9 j». m., September 5, :for parade, under
penalty of $2.50. fine, to be paid within 80
days, • and no dues ' received till fine is paid.
i • All members must parade and no excuse ac-
cepted. CHARLES KOCH, Secretary.
BARBERS— We Invite your inspection of the
• finest porcelain .enameled barber chair manu-
factured; the one lever mechanism surpasses
- any other because of its simple workings; the
beauty of the design stands ab'ovp all others
PACIFIC BARBER SUPPLY CO.. ofl2 Market!
FOR sale— l chair shop (Koken - Hdr.) ; open
cigar store in front; good location; j?ood busi-
ness;, best reason for selling; will invoice at
cost of stock fixtures and: shop (about $4QO) •
a" snap; will give trial to Missourians. 411
4th St.. San Rafael, Cal. • ...
$950 — i cbafr barber shop in San Jose, strictly
up .to. date; fine. location; good average bnsl-
. Deis; cheap rent and lease; selling on account
ef sickness. Address b\ H. &.. Call agency
! San Jose. ' •
$75 cash," $100 terras, buys 2 chair shop; laun-
-°. dry, -bath; 3 room flat connecting; lease; $25-
•best location; fine business;" sacrifice for other
, . \u25a0 business at once. 2231 Clement St. .'
WA-NTKD — Men and women to leant barberln-
eo many have left for good jobs, most have
.-more beginners;- absolutely free to next 10 Gall
S. F". BARBER COLLEGE. 790 Howard st. .
CHEAPEST new mirrors in city; new barber
rhtlrs and shops , bought and sold. Phones
Perk 1242. M 2941; 394 Hayes et.
FOUR chair barber shop.' transient trade: lease
for sale, $1,000. EDW. L. CORDY \u25a0& CO. 68
--• Taylor st. '\u25a0 " - - \u0084....-. .
WANTED— An elderly barber; city shop; quiet
easy plape, Addrea* Stoltz Barber Supply.
• House, .731 Market et. .
WANTED— Partner with $250; 41 Golden Gate
a y. near' Market; just opened 8 year lease
• formerly at 11% Stockton st. 0. BESS. \u25a0
$450 — 3 cßair hotel barber shop; best location in
.town; doing good business; invoice $1,000
Address box 252. Uklah. Cal. .>.*...
GOOD barber for Saturday and Sunday. 3375
Mission st. . ' . . • ; - .- -
GOOD'fcarber for country^ Call at 411 14th st
Oakland. --.. '\u25a0" ;\u25a0' -jr.j r . .. "
BARBER wanted at once, steady work, at 432
- 6th. st. -cor. Broadway,; Oakland.
WANTED*— Good barber ; Saturday and Sunday
at 1183 Montgomery, ay.- .--.'- ;j •\u25a0 ; '. ...
BARBER wanted -for Saturday; $4. 522 7th
: \ St.. Oakland. V ;: Vr ; ; < ::.-.-;^.----, \u25a0.>.r--.-.r;*^? :: \u25a0
WANTED— Second: hand. hydraulic barber chair- 1
.'must be good for canh. j Box 512,, Santa Clara] i
BARBER, Saturday noon to Sunday noon; euar-
I . antee, >311 i FUlniore st.vr :•' •' -
BARBERS and ' sUPELlE!*— Continued
BARBER wantod ' for Saturday and Sunday at
754 Montgomery, ay. -:»•'- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ..\V •
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday rand Sunday
at 414 Devlsadero- st. : '
GOOD barber wanted; steady. fiS East st.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday; steady if
suitable. 77 Market at.
TWO barbers Saturday and Sunday, $7; steady
if satisfactory. 8192 22d st. near Mission. .
WANTED— First class barber from Saturday
noon till Sunday noon; wages $5. 1904 Polk.
FOUR CHAIR Bhon for sale; half or all work-
iag; 4 steady. 107 Market St.- >
$200 — Barber shop for sale, with llTing' rooms.
2080 O^Farrell st. , "
GOOD barber wanted Saturday and Sunday.' 237
4th St.. . . - :
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday, $6; chance
for steady if suit. 647 Broadway.
BARBER wanted Saturday and Sunday; 10c
shop. . 532 Jackson st. .
$"3 — This week only; nice 1 chair shop; lire in
rear. 4226 California st. -.-.-.
GOOD barber wanted at i 680 Clay st. near
Kearny. . . y '
BARBER wanted; steady wages. 621 Clay st.,
bet. Kearny and Montgomery, nrrt to 625 Clay.
GOOD, steady barber for Saturday, . Sunday and
Wednenday. 359 Pacific st. \u25a0
TWO barbers wanted at 1507 Grant ay." '
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday and Sunday.
Apply at 610 Laguna st. . .
GOOD barber wnnted steady, to start Saturday;
wages guaranteed. ei2 Clay st.
WANTED — A good barber at 753 Devisadero
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday, $5. "Apply
at 1661 OTarrell st. \u25a0' .
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 2101 Mis-
sion st. corner of 17th:
GOOD barber wanted for. Saturday and .Sunday.
1011 Montgomery ay. • • .
GOOD barber wanted Saturday noon to Sunday
noon; $5 guarantee. 1263 Mason fit. .
BARBER wanted for Saturday; 60 per cent.
1082 FolKom st. near 7tb. .-_
$200 buys 3 H. D. chair shop; rent $15; $60 a
week business. 286.9 th st. . • ;" v.
BARBER wanted; short hours; steady if sult-
able. 417 Pine st. \u25a0
BARBER wanted Saturday and. Sunday. 489
BARBER wanted; steady; wages. 621 Clay St.,
between Montgomery and Kearny, right side.
FIRST-CLASS barber wants steady position In
country town. State wages. ' Box 4772. Call.
FOR sale — 3 chair barber shop and baths; very
cheap. 1111 23d ay., Oakland.
BARBERS' UNION 148, office 843 Van Ness ay.;
free employment; tel.. Market 889,
WANTED— Good barber for Saturday at 417%
Bth st., Oakland.
BARBER for- Saturday and Sunday wanted at
693. Howard st. • ,
I'OU will find the largest assortment .of razors
and strops at BAUER'S; 59 O'Farrell st.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.: phone Kfty. 53*4.
AAAAA — Young women wanted as operators by
• the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company;
must be bright, neat In appearance, . between
the ages of 17 and 25 years, of fair education
- and unquestionable .character. .
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
Ef PERMANENT POSITIONS. -
' OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
For t uU particulars call, preferably between
8:30 a. m. and 12 noon, at the Operating
School, Telephone Offlce, 2015 Btelner street,
\u25a0 corner Pine.
KITCHEN MAID to go home nights. $30;
French or German governess, $50; waitress
and parlor maid, small family, $35; waitress,
small restaurant, $25: seamstress, school;
waitress, Institution, $25;. waitress, city, $33;
. second girl, 2 in family, San Mateo, $35.
MISS PLUNKETT, 1806 Sutter st. corner
•Webster. . \u25a0
AT MADAME ANDRE'S, 1041 Larkin st. 7*
First class German cooks; $45 and. $40; wait-
• ress and parlor maids, $40 and $30;. chamber
maid, assist waiting, $30; French maid, $30;
laundress, $40; French nursery governes, 1 "!, $35";
. Infant's nurse, $33; young girls for house-
\u25a0work. $30 and $35. ' . \u25a0
CHAMBER MAID, no waiting at table; also 2
lunch counter waitresses for first class new
. hotel in Nevada./. 523. room and board and
fare paid both ways if they, remain 3 months;
this is a good place; pajtles'can be seen" at
MISS PLUNKETTS, 1896 Sutter: St. NE.
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS." PAID SALARY
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. .
LADIES, learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beanty Cul-
ture; diplomas. and formulas given; individual
lcttrnction. .967^ Market st. bet. sth and 6th.
WANTED — Experienced wrappers on dry goods.
Apply superintendent's office from 9 to 11
a. m.. HALE BROS., Inc., Market and 6th
sts., San Francisco.
WANTED — Cashier with .department store ci-
i perieuce. Apply superintendent's offlce from
9 to 11 a.m.. HALE BROS., Inc., Market
and ,6th sts., S. F. ...
WANTED — Saleswoman for hosiery department.'
Apply superintendent's office from 9 to 11
a.m., HALE BROS., Inc., Market and 6th
\u0084Bts., S. F. ' - \u25a0••-.-
WANTED— Cash girls. 14 to 16 years of age,
• with working certificate. Apply superintend-
ent's offlce from 9 to 11 a." m.. HALE BROS.,
Inc., Market and Oth sts., S. F.
WANTED — Saleswoman for ribbon department.
Apply superintendent's office from 9 to 11
a. in., HALE BROS.', Inc., Market and 6th
Sts.. S. -F.
WANTED — Saleswoman for . art ' departments
Apply- superintendent's office from 0 to- 11
a. m... HALE "BROS;, . Inc., Market and 6th
sts., 8. F. .-.
WANTED — Saleswoman for notion- department.
•Apply superintendent's office from 9 to 11
a.m., HALE BROS., Inc., Market and 6th
sts.. S. F. . . ..
YOUNG girl to assist with housework and chil-
dren; sleep home. Call today between 2 and
3 o'clock at 2SIJ Mission st. ' - -
EXPERIENCED skirt hands wanted; steady po-
Bitlon. COSGRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT CO.,
352 Post st. \u25a0 . - - \u25a0\u25a0 «
WANTED— Experienced fitter for ready made
garments; state experience./ Address P. O.
. b0x. 1174. Fresno, Cal. . '
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
massage; easy terms;; evening classes. The
• Mew Mildred Hair Parlors, 130 Geary tt.
GIRL for .office work; must be a fast penman
\u25a0and accurate at figures. Box 511, Call office.
EXPERIENCED jacket hands; steady place.
COSQRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT CO., 352 Post.
GIRLS wanted to wrap chewing gum. Newton
Gum Company, .Battery gt. and Broadway.
WANTED— GirI for housework and plain cook-
\u25a0 ing, German preferred. 2252 Fillmore st.
CASH, girls wanted; must bring school certlfl-
cates. Apply supt.'g offlce. THE EMPORIUM.
FIRST QiASS waitress and parlor maid; refer-
.ences required. \u25a0' Apply 2 to 4 at 1900 Jackson.
EXPERIENCED fur finishers arid liners. LOFS-
TAD & EVANS, Inc.. 251 Poat st.
CHOCOLATE dippers; .steady work; good pay.
325 Pacific st.
WAITRESS wanted in a coffee . parlor; good
wages. Apply 736 Harrison st. ,
SALESMEN and SOLICJTORjS WANTPED
Two reliable stock salesmen; give age, ex-
perience and references; Important opportunity
for men of ability. Box 491. CaU office.
SALESMEN wanted— Hundreds " of, good - posi-
tions open, paying from $1,000 to i $5,000 ' a
year, and expenses; no experience: needed to
get one of them; we will teach you to be an
expert salesman .by mail - and ( assist you \to
secure a rood position : where '•\u25a0 you can earn
while you learn. Write (or, call); for. full par-
ticulars : and * testimonials . from hundreds of
men we have^placed in good positions paying
; from $100 to 5500 a month and expenses. : Ad- "
dress NATIONAL- SALESMEN'S TRAINING
ASSOCIATION. 10198 Metropolis Bank build-
ing. San \u25a0 Francisco. \u25a0 Branches | New York, Chl-
cago, Kansas City.. Minneapolis. Atlanta. .. ; ,
"EXPERIENCED salesman for high grade indus-
trial stock; established ;5 years; increasing
capitalization; Box 5047. Call offlce, Oakland.
ADVERTISING solicitor daily "Transcript , ; of
Records; , salary," commission . or half - Interest;
$100 n-inonth.-.; 952 Broadways Oakland.' .
SALESMAN for. country,- work; salary i and com-
mlsMon : ' beach property. "'^ 1480 Market »tv •' :
V 1 UiM \u25a0-\u0084 EMPLOYMENT^ OFIFCES " - \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0:
PHONE PAC. V DOUGLAS 3532. \u25a0 HOME C-4665.
8 S?JLS RANT 'AY.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUK-
;;£iSHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE
;AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS.
--:'.— «'is--/-" ' ; : •-•\u25a0?.? -, \u25a0- \u25a0;";'\u25a0--.- <V.-v- \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'
In ;\u25a0 these two important . features The San
Francisco Call surpasses all other local mediums
in its pulling power. The reason is not far to seek.
It exists in the fact that The Call provides safe, re-
liable and authoritative news reports on financial
matters, thus attracting to itself that vast and im-
portant "class of people who have money to place
in good investment or who seek to buy, sell or trade
a business. . * l~. : ':'*
THAt'S WHY INVESTMENT OPPOR-
TUNITIES AND BUSINESS CHANCES
MEET WITH MORE PROMPT ATTEN-
TION IN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
' OF THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
AAAA— CANTON Bureau of Inforsaation— Chi- .
nese servants; contracts for resorts." . Canton
Bauk bldg.. 649 K'earny. St.; phone Satter 118.
AAA— -." PHONK WEST 1731.
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of-
flce In city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Loguna' st.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Kmp.
Co.; beet help with care and guar. 1513 Geary
st. ; phoney 'West 56SS. Home S4OBS. •
A. S. Hu«l.. reliable Japanese-Chinese help
promptly furnished; open day and night. 1X43
Setter St.. PHONES— WEST 2803.. 8-2303.
J. CANN, Chinese employment bureau. Phone
Douglas 3166; Home O-5005. 770 Clay st.
H. W. HONG. Chinese employment offlce, 805
Webster st.. Oakland; phones Pekln.2s. A 3725.
STAR emp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. WOS Geary. t»l. Wett 167. S4<>o«..
ItEXT THAT VACANT ROOM
A tmali want ad in The CaU will do It qnleker
\u25a0 than a dozen signs plastered on your windows
and which spoil the looks of your home be-
sides. Phone Kearny 88 for an ad man to call
and see yon. . .
ROOMS TO LET-— Fur, and Unfnr.
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 4030
23d St.; give references.
A— SINGLE ROOMS— Nicely furnished, st«am
heated, bath, hot water always, elevator. 1474
Sacramento st. above Hyde.
BROADWAY. 1620, next to Van Ness ay. — Large
sunny front; 5 windows; others;, marine view;
CLARA St.. 164—2 rooms, partly furnished; also
4 rooms and bath, rent $8.
DEWET 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.
DEVISADERO st.. 435. "Hear Oak— Sunny, bay
window, front room, running water. $15i_also
large room. 2 beds, $12; cozy house keeping
apt., $11; bath,, phone.
FRANKLIN st., 23. Franklin apts.. apt. 23—
Newly furnished room; bath, telephone.
GOLDEN* GATE nve., 1001. opposite Jefferson
square — Sunny room, 12 windows, bath, phone,
HARRISON St., 1029^Neatly furnished, sunny,
bay window room, suitable for 2; rent reas.;
HYDE St., 1326.. apt. 3, nr. Clay— Nicely furn.
room,- hot and cold running water;- walking
distance; both phones.
LANDERS St., 58, near Market and 14th— Neatly
furnished sunny front room for 1 or 2 gentle-
men; central location; bath and phone.
MARKET St., 1661. Junction Haight st-— Sunny
furnished rooms; electric lights; hot water day
and night; baths: $2 per week; new house;
new furniture. Halght. Valencia and Market
et. cars pass the door.
MCALLISTER St.. li:w. near Fillmore— Sunny
• room, running wter; large room, 2 beds; sun
all day. - - ' \
O'FARRELL Rt.. 1240 — Front sunny bar window
furnished room, $9.50; a large room, $7.50;
running water. •
OVERLAND HOUSE, 569 Sacramento st. below
Montgomery — Now open; 200 rooms;- hot and
cold water In every room: 25c to $2 per day;
tI.RO to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop. ,
SCOTT St.. 2040— Clean attic rooms, $1.50 per
week: light house keeping. -- ,
TURK St., 1422. nr. Fillmore— Nicely fnrn..
sunny rooms; modern; $1.50 per week up; also '
WASHINGTON St., 1168, nr. Taylor— Nicely fur.
sunny spacious room or suite; modern flat;
marine view; 3 car lines; nod, cony.; $12.
14TH St., 215— Sunny, light rooms, bath, gas and
electricity; phone; $1.50 week and un; near
6 car lines. '
OAKLAND ROOMS — -Fur, and Unfnr.
OAKLAND ay.. 468— Furnished rooms with prl- '
-«t«» \u25a0 hath: Tel. Oak 5714. -
PRINCE St.. 1807 (Grove car)— Sunny front .
room, private residence; near , local; 1 or 2 !
__gen_tlemen^-_ Phone Berkeley KOlB.
ROOMS FOR HOCSE KEEPING '
AAA— TURK st.. 1159. bet. Laguna and Bn- ;
chanan— Cozy little honse keeping rooms. $2 ]
op; modern flat; phone, bath.- laundry.
BROADWAY, 1372. bet. Larkin and Hyde— Fur- '
nlshed or house keeping rooms; for rent.\
BROADWAY, 1896— Large, comfortably fnr- '
nlshed ; sunny hskpg. room, hath, phone; $8.
CLAY st.. 3593 — Furnished sunny house keeping !
rooms. 3 or 4 ; reasonable to reliable party.
GOLDEN* GATE ay., 1281— Nicely furn. hskpg. !
rooms; all conveniences; also single rooms.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 943, opp. Jefferson square — '
•i.Flne, large wilte, complete, Including gas and
electricity, $15. •
OAK St., 714— Large, sunny front room and con.
. kitchen, on ground floor,' gas, running water,
$*0- V \u25a0:•'..- -
SCOTT 5t .,1605, near Sutter— House keeping
and furnished rooms; reasonable to respectable
parties. --. Phone West 3141.
TURK St.. 1208 — 2 room sunny suite, $16 month;
- also .; single;: basement ;^ooms, $1.50 to $2.50
" week ; every . convenience for house keeping.
VAN NESS ay., 311, cor. Grove — Furnished sunny
. suites. $20; single rooms,' $2.50 to $3 per week;
/.gas, running water. and phone. ; . -\
14TH st.,; 892, : cor. Noe— Sunny : honse keeping
-rooms; gas, bath,; stationary washtub; reas.
STH St.," 365— House keeping and single rooms,
: $1,25. per .week;; bath, hot and cold water In
„ eTery room. "-". — \u25a0'\u25a0.-\u25a0-\u25a0- . . \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 .
OAKLAND HOPSE KEEPING ROOMS
Jt'OU rent— 4 or & rooms and bath, furnished for
house \u25a0 keeping ; 4 rooms, $22.60 ; 5 rooms, $27.
. These rooms ar» conveniently located to both
. Bouthern Pacific ' and Key Rout* ferries and
y streetcar ilries. \u25a0: 1202 \u25a0•Stb.-rt.. -corner Margolin.
AND 'BOARD OFFERED ; .
AAA— THE ' WEMPE ' . 419 Oak st.— Single I and ;
dooble rooms with board, $30 per month op. : . 1
BRODE RICK ? St.," ; , 708— Sunny room ; C rnnmlng 1
-water,; grate; v nice locality; > excellent board;
: phone; reasonable. .. 708 Broderlck st. :
CALIFORNIA. ; 2323— PIeasant sunny rooms: ex- '
.v.'cellent board; phoue, bath; $30; rates for 2.v \u25a0"', '
CALIF. St., 1541— St. Margaret's club for , girls. I
: -teachers.- students, bus. 'women, tourists; sunny
rms. ; fine bd.; rates reas. ;Fk. 3292; H. C 2569.
\-< ..\u25a0'-. .-\u25a0\u25a0'-. -.-.-- .-.-..-. . - \u25a0 \u25a0
ROOMS A X D BOARD^OFFCTED—Con.
CALIFORNIA 'St., 2517, apt- 6— A couple would
rent front and back parlor to 2 gentlemen;
modern conveniences. ' . : •
CHRISTIAN. Sabbath keeper and physical cul-
turlst to share ' bachelor's apartment. JOHN
PETERSON, box 4740. Call offlce.
ELLIS st.. 90S — Nice sunny front room with
board. '. . ' . . - \u25a0
FOR list of Inspected rooms *cc HOMO DIREC-
TORY. Saves time. U to 2. 822 Crocker bid.
MCALLISTER \u25a0 St., 792 — Sunny, bay window
rooms, with board, home- cooking; meals 23c;
OCTAVIA st.. 57, corner Halght— Single or
double front rooms, with or without breakfast.
OCTAVIA «.. 1926. cor. Sacramento— dpleniiid
location, facing Lafayette sq.: large, cheerfai
tunny rms. x excellent board; references: phone.
POST st,, 1206. cor. Van Ness ay.— Large* nice
sunny -furnished room;- • first class French
board; all modern conveniences, i
SHRADER et.. 526— Newly: furnished rooms; $S
per month for 1. $10 for 2; board If desired.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. Central ay. and
\u25a0 Waller st., San Francisco— A beautiful home,
where old ladles, young girts -and .Uttla chil-
dren" can board very reasonable. .
UNUSUAL opportunity for -room and board for
couple -of undoubted character; large sunny
\u25a0 room .and bath., with use of entire house. Just
'finished and exquisitely furnished; beautiful
' marine' view; free telephone;. 2 servants; no
other boarders; references • required and given.
Box 530, CaU office.
2 LARGE, sunny rooms with board; good view;
phone, electric light, coal grate; references.
Phone West 93.".
BERKELEY ROOMS AXD BOARD
NOHXHGATE, 1SO» Eaclld ay.; teL Berk. 1813;
north entrance of university campus — Apart-
ments with private baths; single rooms; steam
hect asd caUbell in every room; sleeping
porches; first class tab'e board: special too-
aer rates. M. M. HENRY.
BROOKLYN HOTEI* 369 Ist St., S blocks from
Market — Modern, homelike family and commer-
cial hotel; board and room $1 and $1.23. per
day or $6 to $7.30 per week; meals, 25 cents;
first class service; choice rooms 50 cents; fam-
ily rooms $1: rooms per week. $2 ur>: free bus.
CHAS. MONTGOMERY, prop, (formerly of the
American Exchange Hotel. Montgomery's Hotel
and the Brooklyn Hotel on Bush St.).
THE UNITED EXCHANGE will flll your wants
in locating for you apartments, flats, rooms
and rooms and board; all information abso-
lutely free. Inspect our lists and if united
WE WILL HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE FREE,
iou will have no expense whatever. Call and
see na at 237 Powell gt.
HOTEL BRISTON, 415 O'Farrell st.— All mod-
• era conveniences; room and bath: $20 per
month; center of business section: single >
rooms at cheap rates; country trade solicited.
""- HOTEL METROPOLITAN. \u25a0-• ' '
9(5 Harrison — Quiet place for working people:
hot water and bath: $1.50 week.
ATLANTIC, 36S Bush— Rooms from $2.30 per
week np: hot and coli!' wat*»r In alt rooms.
AAA — Aparts. of 1 to 4 rooms, private bath, cleg.
furn.: sunny: electric light, hot water, heat,
elevator, janitor service, Unen; beautiful read-
Ing lobby; 1 rm.. $1.1 no: 2 rms.. $27.30 up: 3
rms.. $40 up; 4 rms.. $50 up; Halght st. ears.
"Rosemont," 214 Halght; phone Park 559.
BEAUTIFUL apartments. Pacific ay., near Van
Ness; 5 large, light, sunny rooms with bath
and servant's room; hot water, steam heat and
. elevator service; splendid closet room; sepa-
rate back entrance; marine view; references.
0. L. McMAHOX & CO., 128 Satter «t
LUXDY APTS.. Stanyan st. at Frederick— The
most complete in the city; hot and cold water,
electrio lights, baths, elevator service, janitor
service; every room In honse light; rent reas.
AA— VAN NESS APARTMENTS. 212S Van Ness
nr. Broadway — Elegantly furnished apts. of 3
. and 4 rooms; steam heat. elee. light, elevator;
marine view; reasonable. Phone Franklin 2390.
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST..
NR. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3
RMS..- BATH; COMPLETELY FURN.; REFS.
CALIFORNIA st.. 3151, nr. Lyon — New, elegant
apartments. 3 rooms and bath each. furn. or
unfurn.; reasonable; 5 car Unes; best in city.
TWO and 3 apts.; 2 elegant doable beds; hotel
lights, linen, soap, etc.. free; as low
- as $45. Ellis Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Jones.
CHISMORE Apts.. SE. cor. Bnsh and Jones— l-2-
3-4 rooms; all modern conveniences ; now ready.
STi DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bush st. at Jones
— Up to date. in every respect; 1-2-3-4 rooms.
EL FOREST apts.. 525 Bush near Taylor — 3 and
4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished.
BEST modern 4 room apts.,- furn. and nnfurn.,
for the money at the Maryland. 363 Page st.
SPHIER APARTMENTS, 227 9th St.— Sunny,
furn. and nnfurn. 2 room apts. Apply, in store.
THE LORING, 2400 Van Ness, cor. Green—
\u25a0 Sunny furn. and nnfurn. apts., 3 and 4 rooms.
EUREKA -APTS., Mkt. and 17th sts.— Beantlfnl
3 & 4 rm. apts. ; phone, janitor service; sunny.
i ST. ELMO. - 1432 Devisadero st. — Fnrn. front or
single suites; bath; phone; all cony., $12 to $40.
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. 2 and 8 room
apts.; hotel service: private catch.: most reas.
NOW COMPLETED AND READY FOR OC-
CUPANCY, LOCATED ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF EAST NINETEENTH ST.. BE-
TWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH AVE3., IN
EAST OAKLAND. OVERLOOKING ALA-*
MEDA, THE BAY, CENTRAL AND WEST
OAKLAND. WITH A FINE VIEW OF THE
HILLS. THE CLIMATE IS UNSURPASSED.
THIS BEING ON THE HIGHEST . ELEVA-
TION OF ANY APARTMENT HOUSE IV
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS, VERY . LARGE
AND SUNNY: HEATED WITH STEAM-
HOT AND COLD WATER IN BVEEY
APARTMENT AND EVERYTHING UP TO
DATE; ELEGANTLY FURNISHED; HALLS
LARGE AND WELL LIGHTED; LARGE
LOCKER IN BASEMENT FOR EACH
APARTMENT; LARGE SUNNY Y\RD
WITH CLOTHES LINES AND PULLEYS"'
BOTH GAS AND ELECTRICITY FOR USE :
TWO STREETCAR LINES. ONE " WITH IV
100 FEET OF THE BUILDING: WATER
AND TELEPHONES FREE. TO DESIRABLE
TENANTS THE RATES WILL BE VERY
REASONABLE. •\u25a0 X *
INQUIRE D. F. TILLINGHAST & CO.
CARE STATE SAVINGS BANK
OAKLAND. CAL. - \u0084-'---
BERKELEY APARTMENTS TO LET
INVERNESS apts.. 2520 Ridge road— New. snnnT
steam heated; sleeping porches; one block from
>__nn\Tgrsltr and car . line. - Phone 8234.
A LAMED >A APARTMENTS
F URN. \u25a0\u25a0 apt. ; of 3 ; rooms, .with gas, elec - and
bath; near cars and locals. \u25a0 TeL \ Ala. 2320
• 738 Lincoln : ay., Alameda, *
J. W. WRIGHT * CO.. . •'. ; . .;->»
22S MONTGOMJERY ST., MILLS BLD<J.. . . -^
1 '\u25a0 PUONES ' . i-.aW "
DOUGLAS 4430 . CIX» -.- -, ; -.
! \u25a0/'\u25a0'\u25a0 REAL ESTATE >ND INSURAKCB . •
V AUCTIONEERS . .„.•'•"
. RENTS COLLECTED . ' \u25a0" Ji\
FULL CHARGE TAKEN* OF PROPERTT ; f '
THIS UST IS REVISED DAItY . ,:-
FLATS NORTH OF MARKET. ST. ......
$S3— lo r. and b.; 3163 Washington st. a*-_l£2h* \u25a0
$75—10 r. and d.: 1254 O'Farrail. St. «- T °^?°- . -
$60—7 r. and b.; 2004 Vallejo cot \J^ S f^: \u25a0 : -
$57.50—7 sunny rooms: very modern; 173- *«f|;. -.
kin st. nr. Washington. . . ' ~-
533—9 r. and b.; 1737 Broadwsy. nr. Googn,
$42.30 to $30—7 e.'ejrant apartment flaw. 5 r. ana
b. each: brick building. Mrthquake proor. . : . ;
llsrht »ud *uuay; grani view; gooa w \ .. .
line faculties. -WUI pap-r or tint to suit., .\u25a0
1241 to 1247 Bnsh st. nr. Hyde, '•%*£- -.->'
$30—8 r. and b.; 2667 California «t. nr. »<»*;•
$30—6 r. and b.; 1321 Larkin st. nr. Clay: u ?PfJi ?i
*30— 6 r. and b. cor. upper flat; modern, 1«»
Washington st. cor Larkin. _ : ...
$47.30—7 r. and b.; 1626 Clay St.. nr. Pol*-. : ;
$47.30-sso— 6 r. and b. ; 1230-SS Leavenworta St.
nr. Clay; 2 elegant np to dat» w*- _= . \u25a0:_' -.
$47— S r. and b.; 1543 McAllister st-nr. Steiaer.
$45-s3o— 3 r. and b. : 1376-73 Sacrament* nr»
\u25a0 Leavenworth: upper flats. \u25a0\u25a0' , .____\u25a0-."
$45—3 r. and b.; 13SC Sacramento st.. nr. ueaT-
. . enworth. * ', _'
*43 — 6 r. slM'b.; 2445 But-hanan nr. Jackson.
$45— New flat. NW. cor. Reed and Washington
nr. Leavenworth. '„ _. w «ii
$42.50—6 r. and double parlor; 20S0 Bosh \u25a0 ay
$42.30—7 r. and b.; upper; 1331 Washington ys,
nr- Leavenworth. * «. », .
$40—7 r. and b.; 1310 Jackson st. nr. Polk.
1360 Clay st nr. Larkin.
$40— S r. and b.; 1510 Jackson St. nr. PoL,
lower flat: sunny side of street.
$40—6 r. and b.; 11«3 Devisadero st. cor Eddy,
$40 — 4 r. and b.; 1664 Larkin nr. Clay,
$40—7 r. and b.; fine lower Hat; 134" McAUlster
. st. nr. Stclner. ' _
$40— 4 r. and b.; 1220 Leavenworth St.. nr. Sac-
$40— Just completed; NW. cor. Washington an*
Reed. nr. Leavenworth.
$40 — 7 r. and b. ; 2000 Vallejo cor. Lagnaa.
%ZH — 5 r . anrl b.; upper: 1950 Jonen nr Gr«en.
$3S — i r. and b.; 1329 Clay St., nr. Jones.
$37.50—4 r. and b.; modern; 1320 Clay st. nr.
$37.30—7 r. and b.; 1767 Geary nr. FiUmore.
$37.30—7 r. and b. ; 1349 Franklin nr. Pine.
$3o — 6 r. am! b.; new lower flat; marine Tiew;
2544 Baker st. nr. Vallejo.
$35—6 r. and b.; modern; 2030 Union st. nr.
$33—7 r. wsd b.; middle; 2703 Laffuna cor. Val-
$33—3 r. and b.; 1769 Hyde cor. Vallejo.
$35—6 r. and b.; 2329 Polk *t. nr. Filbert; upper.
Snap — 6 r. and b. ; marine view; 1436 Jooe» st.
$32.50 — 6 r. and b. ; 1116 Buchanan nr. Turk.
$30—6 r. and b.; 1623 Buchanan st. nr. Post.
$30— 6 r. and b.; 2430 Larkin st. nr. Filbert.
$30 — 3 r. and b.; 1950 Jones cr. Green.
$30—6 r. and b.; 3 flats; 1630 Devlsadero at. nr.
$30—7 r. and b.; 2604 Gough nr. Green.
$27.50— Reduced from $35; 6 r. and b.; ftn»
lower flat; 3037 Washington nr. Baker.
$27.50 — t r. and b.; 2 flats; 1227 Clay nr. Jones.
$27.50 — 6 r. and b.; 1360 Greenwish.
$27 — 6 r. and b.; upper; 1165 Broadway nr.
*30-$33— 6 r. and b.; 2233-33 Sntter nr. Pierce.
$26 — 7 r. and b.; upper: 332 Pierce st-o.nr. Oak.
$23—6 r. and b.; 1632 Buchanan st. nr. Post.
$2.T — t r. and b.; 1121 Clay nr. Taylor.
$25-$30 — 5 r. and b.; nr. Sacramento and Jones;
completed October 1.
$23— 7 r. and b.: 2705 Lagnna cor. Vallejo. ->
$23— 4$ r. and b.; upper; 2712 A Bush st. nr
$23—4 r. and b.; sunny middle flat; 1117 Cla^
st. nr. Taylor.
$20— 5 r. and b. : upper; HIS Broadway nr.
$25—7 r. and b.; upper; 852 Halght nr. Devia-
$24 — 4 r. and b.; 342-44 Pierce st. nr. Page.
*23 — 5 r. and b. ; 947 Broadway cor. Salmon.
$22.50 — ( r. and b.; cor. Jackson and Anborn.
•20 — 5 r. and b. : cor. Salmon and Broadway.
$20—2 nice flats. 4 r. and h. ea.; 1633-7 Green-
wich st. nr. Franklin.
$19 — * r. and b. : 51 Herman nr. Valencia.
$18 mo. — 4 r. and b.; 2916 Octavia nr. Filbert.
•I*— 4 r. and h.: middle: 2968 Bush st. nr. Lyon»
$18 mo.— 3 r. and b. : 240 Ivy ay. nr. Franklin st.
$16.50—3 r. and b. : 11.1 ft Pacific nr. Jones.
$16—6 r. and b.; 27428 Bosh. nr. Binderies:.
$15—5 r. and b.: 2958 Laguna cor. Filbert.
$15 mo. — 5 r. and b. : 1«5l GoMen Gate ar. »
$12—3 r. and b. : middle; ISI6A Filbert st.
APARTMENTS NORTH OF MARKET ST.
$40— « r. and b.; 1461 California st. nr. Hyd»
$37.50 mo.— 4 r- and b.; 1368 Pine st. or. Hyde.
$oq-$32.30 mo. — 4 r. and b. each: 1031 Leaves-
' worth st. nr. California: modern.
$32.50 to $40 — 4 r. and b.: new and beautifully
appointed apts.: erery pwsible conven-
ience; Just completed; Redding apts., 1670
Clay st. near Polk.
$30 to $33 — Elegant modern apts.. 4 r. and b. :
large back yard, verj sunny; 2302 Polk
st. cor. Green. •
$20-$33— 1201 Pine st. cor. Leavenworth: Martf
Antoinette apti.; modern; fernished or
125 — 5 r. and b.; 253 Laguna nr. Hafgbt.
$20 to $25—3 apartments. 3 r. and b. ea. : janttop
\u0084«, .«» 88 * rTl S.'' etc - : mo Granada apts.
$13- $23. 50— 3 r. and b. ; sunny, modern apart-
ments: every convenience: NE. cor. Pacifla
and Larkin st*.
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FURNISHED FLATS AND HOUSES
$210—14 r. and 2 b's: elegantly furnished- NE
cor. Presidio Heights district.
$60 mo.— 6 r. and b.. laundry, etc.: list D»rlsa-
dero «t. cor. Eddy; completely furnished.
piano: nil ontside sunny >m».: st«nse steps.
$40— 6 r. and b.. Iow«: elegantly furnished;
15G0 Clay «t. near Larkin.
- ' '
HOLSES'^ORTH OF MARKET
$150—9 r. and 2 b.: 2960 Scott cor. Filbert: elt-.
gant modern residence. '"*>«\u25a0*. ex*.
$ 5^~5 r - * a<l N: K6 ° O'Farrell near FUlmor«.
$30—7 r. and b.; honse - W ISW» Pine st. ,
$13— 5 r. and b. each: 1710-1712 Broderlck nr.
Bush: 2 cozy little cottages; large yari
STORES, LOFTS, ETC.. NORTH OF M\RKPT \u25a0 '
x STREET •ujiftM •
$230 mo.— Size 19x90 ft.; very light: 2 entrances.'
tf ar -*i«Li^' Ot: I*rs1 * rsr * bsmt.; "splendid loca*
-,-» i«« »i Sutter st. nr. Montgomery. ' • '
«30=Lrft 2«xn--« f} 4B^ ; tWe Mn * *«<£«*•
tiW—LaZl. 26x13. :8 ft.. 2d floor; passenger and \u25a0
«i^^_^ etght . '^J* 4011 : Geary *t. nr. Grant
$125— Meszanine floor; suitable for milliner etc - \u25a0
can arrance for some ground spac« ami •
..^, , wll >«5o" display; 125 Geary nr. Grant ar -
*100~Lar*e store. NE. COR. Polk and Wasnlne- "
t lrtrt _x,' >n L F } NE BUSINESS LOCATION. V;
5100— Maybe less; lanre jrroand floor space. I«x5o :
•-. , "* : , set 0e t0 Basll and K*»rny. t-*««*
rs-Large light store with living rooms In rear;
423-23 9th st. nr. Harrison. '
$47.30^ — Larxe basement. 46x»U> ft.: ele-rator >*n - *
Ice; close to Bnsh and Kearny •
$43 — Store; 174 Church st. off Market.
$35— Large light store, with 3 livine r l->
. - _ ™*i i«32 Devlsadero st. near Sutter '
$33— Store: 937 Ellis St.. nr. FrsnkllnZJ ;
$30— Large store. 1760 CFarrell st near rm \u25a0 '
more; fine location. jtuj-
s30 — Store; 1312 Franklin nr. Pine
$25— Store: fin* location for barber shoo- ITU* -
Sacramento st. near Polk. ' ua P- *•*». ••
MT.S0 — Store; Franklin St., or. EUI».
$13.50 to^s3o— Lar-e li«ht rooms. lolUhl* tnt
light manufacturing or sample rooma" JuZ
\u25a0vator service: close to Bush and K.IJLT
$12.50-Shop; 222 Willow st.. nr! FrSnkto^™?* \u25a0 '
HOUSES SOUTH OF MARKET AND MISSION
$16.50—5 r. and b.: 11«^ San Jose ay bm- tn*.
nicely flnl>hed. nMr 23^:
STORES, ETC. SOUTII OF MARKPT o-» "
AND MISSION Sa-
s3o mo. each-l3 stores; corner 3ta and Clara its. •
w - WRIGHT * CO..
22S MONTGOMEKY STREET
. ..- MlLtg Bmu>INGT7- • '
CoatUia«4 wm Next Pax*
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