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THE
SMART
SET
CAPTAIN GORGAS of Mare island is one of the famous raconteurs of
the navy. ' His stories are told wherever an American battleship sails.
A Gor^as story may be recognized on the terrace of the Grand hotel,
at Yokohama, in the Army and Navy club of Manila, or on board a
cruiser at Port Said; at whatever place two or three officers in the service
are gathered for after dinner talk. Most of the Gorgas stories are original,
although mam- of them have become traditional.
It was he who remarked apprehensively when the pay of midshipmen
was raised by congress from $60 to $62.50, or some sum of like munificence,
"They'll all be getting married for their money."-
A few months ago Captain and Mrs. Gorgas. who is a daughter of the
tete Admiral McDougall. toured southern California. At one big caravansary
the duke behind the counter was unusually disdainful in manner, even for
a hotel clerk. His indifferent contempt for the helpless creatures on the other
side of liis desk was particularly obvious. In his most gracious moments
of condescension they were- not allowed to forget their places.
Tiiis haughty gentleman bad a Henry Clay cast of countenance on
which he prided himself. Hi.s hair was arranged with one straight careless
strand straying across his forehead in the style made familiar by the great
statesman's portraits, and he wore at times a Henry Clay collar to empha
size the resemblance.
Frequently downtrodden guests remarked the likeness, thereby making
a bid lor favor, but Captain Gorgas scorned such methods. During his entire
visit he endured the cold superiority of the clerk. Then, on the day of his
departure, he hazarded a few words of conversation during the process of
paying his bill.
The clerk was gracious. Captain Gorgas was equally so. Finally he
said, reflectively, gazing upon the straying lock, "Do you know, you make
me think of clay."'
The great man's prototype was properly flattered. "Yes," he replied,
"They tell me I bear a strong likeness to Henry Clay."
"No, not Henry Clay," corrected the navy officer in his carefully
accented drawl; "not Henry Clay, just common clay.''
• • • • • •
Miss Florence Hop
kins will entertain a
house party at Menlo for
the Crocker ball Friday
evening, lier guests go
ing to Burlingame by
motor. Among them
will, be Miss Marian
Zeile and Miss Mary
Keeney.
• • •
It is good news to
their Sa:i Francisco
friends that Lieutenant
and Mrs. Victor Blue are
to be at Mare island for
several years. Lieuten
ant Blue, who sailed re
cently for Panama in
command of the York
town, has been ap
pointed chief of staff for
Admiral Giles Elarber.
He will arrive in a few
weeks to join Mrs. Blue.
who has remained in San
Francisco in his ab
sence.
• * *
Mr. and Mrs. William
B. Bourn are en route
home after a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. Ar
thur Rose Vincent in
Lonflon. Bourn, who is
on th*< building commit
tee of the Burlingame
club, will bring many
suggestions from Eng
lish country clubs for
the new structure.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Whitney with Mr. and
Mrs. Parker Whitney Jr.
will return this morn
ing from Del Mont<\
where they spent two
weeks. The Parker
Whitneys will be at the
Monroe for a week be
fore returning to their
ranch at Rocklin.
• • •
Miss Julia Thomas left
jrsterday for New York,
where she will spend
the winter with rela
tives. A number of the
younger set of Ross and
San Rafael were at the
train to wisli her bon
voyage.
INFANTILE PARALYSIS
BAFFLES PHYSICIANS
Three Alore Victims of Disease
in Portland District
PORTLAND. Sept. 4. — Infantile pa-
ralysis, the disease which physicians I
admit is baffling them, claimed three !
more victims in the Portland district !
today, making a total of six deaths j
within the last month from this cause.
Those who died today were the 5 I
year old daughter of R. G. Callvert, j
railroad editor of the Oregonian; Mrs.
H. A. Jurgewitz. aged 20 years, and
Miss Ida Clark of Oregon City, aged
23 years.
The primary symptoms have been
different in almost every case, and the
physicians here, as in other cities, have
been unable to stay the progress of
the disease. Death has usually oc-
curred in three to six days.
-I>odgem
GOLDEN' GATE rnmmander.v No. 10. K. «"" m
T.. 2135 Putter i-t. — Stated assembly ISST^
THIS (MONDAYi EVENING, at 8 Kjff
oVlork. AH fraters eourten-jfly invited.
By under of the onmmamW.
THEO. KROLICH. Recorder.
"ORIENTAL I/*3j;o N>>. Ifl. F. & A. M— A
officers and members are re.iijestert %^#l^
v. meet at the eli3!«el of Cypress fLJX
iMwn cemetery THIS (MONDAY t '
AFTERNOON, st - o'clock, to attend . tbe
funeral of Richard ;:. Hy<!«v a member for -45
veers Mc^ter Mssou*. relatives and friends
are jcrjtfd. A. S. HCBBARI>. Secretary.
HERMANN IMzre No. 127. F. &A. M— A
Stated tneetinj: THIS <MONT»AY) -Jf%^
EVENING.' September o. at. S o'clock. /\J>\
By order of tbe W. M. T v
U SCHI'MACHER. Secretary.
RICHMOND l<*l?e N". .".7.'. K. &A. M.. A
Ist >ar. and Clement pt.— THIS «MON- J&%-
r>AYt EVENING, at 7:.>0, fctate<J meet- J\J\
:ct and second decree. » \
11. FOCttXESS. Secretary.
PHOENIX lotfpc No. 53, K. of P. — «<&.
Meeting every MONDAY EVENING, 7>fi
at Franklin ball. ISSI FlUmore st. ij^f
acer Bu*.li. All Knijrbts welcome. "fSJSG^
FRANK L. TEABBLES, C. C. *JSJl££>
I. SCHWARTZ. K. of R. and S.
SPECIAL meeting of Canton' San ,j*«g£2fc«
Francisco No. 3. T. M., I. O. O.
F.. THIS < MONDAY) EVENING,
at *» p. ni. '\u25a0**»*•
G. W. MITCHELL. CaptaJn.
EXCELSIOR lodge No. 310. I. O.
\u0084. F— MONDAY EVENINGS. 3>7^S?Sji
Excelsior hall. "S"7 Mission i-t. ~^f^iti^'
D. McLENNA.V. Secretary. ~ww
MARINE Enpinwsrf' Beneficial association No.
35 — Officers and members are hereby notified
that nominations for electire officers for the
rnsuinp year trill take place on TUESDAY
KV'ENING, September 6 and' 13, 1910. By
order • E. J. POWERS, President.
JOHN M. POWELL. Secretary.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH Off THE CALL' IS
AT ICSI FILLiIOEK ST. . •
Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Flood, who have spent
the summer abroad, are
in New York, haying 1 ar
rived Friday on the
Lusitania. They will
leave, this week for Cali
fornia, and '.will reopen
their residence in
Broadway. Mr. and
Mrs. Flood took their
touring car to Europe
and have enjoyed a
number of delightful
trips on the continent.
* v *
Mrs. George Sperry is
planning an eastern trip
next winter. In January
she will go to New York
to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Arno Dosch, who have
an attractive home in
Bronx park. The Sperry
residence in Larkin
street will be leased for
the winter.
• * *
Mrs. Worthington
Ames- and Mrs. Willard
Drown spent the week
end with friends in San
Mateo, where they took
an active part in the
church bazaar held on
the grounds of Mrs.
George Cameron's resi
dence Saturday after
noon.
• • •
Miss Elsa Draper has
set her wedding day for
Wednesday, October 5.
The ceremony will be
performed in Christ
church, and a
small reception at the
Draper home will fol
low.
* * •
Miss Marian Marvin,
who went east with Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Van
Sicklen and Miss Dor
othy Van Sicklen, will
remain to visit relatives
in Buffalo the greater
part of the winter. The
Van Slckiens will be ab
sent only six weeks,
which they will spend
at the eastern watering
places.'
Mrs. Virginia Maddox
and her son, K^iox Mad
dox, will prolong their
stay in Santa Barbara
another month. On their
return they will again
occupy the Russell Wil
son residence in Cali
fornia street. Mrs. Wil
son, who returned last
week from Santa Bar
bara with Miss Linda
Cadwallader, has leased
the William R. Wheeler
house, which is two
doors from her own
home in California
street.
• • *
Miss Louise Runyon
of New York, who has
been visiting Miss Dor
othy Boericke in Mill
Valley, left a few days
ago with her mother,
Mrs. E.. W. Runyon, for
her eastern home. Miss
Runyon had a very
jolly visit and was en
tertained at a number of
farewell affairs given
by the younger set in
Marln county.
• * •
Miss Sara Collier is
the guest of Mrs. E. B.
McCutcheon at Lake Ta
ho*?, where she will re
main two weeks. The
Colliers did not open
their country home on
Clear lake this year,
but have spent most of
the summer at their
Pacific avenue residence.
Miss Lutse Collier has
just returned from a
visit to friends in So
noma county.
• » *\u25a0
Miss Louiso Janin,
daughter of Mrs. George
Mendell, will not make
her debut next winter,
but will leave shortly
for New York to spend
another year In school.
Miss Janin is one of the
attractive girls who
have added much to the
t-eason's gayeties in
Marin county this sum
mer.
HALLS TO LET
VAN NESS HALL. 222 Van Ness bt.. bet. Grore
and Hayes nt«. — Particular* on premises.
LOST AND FOUXD
I IF You LOSE" ANYTHlNG— Advertise it I
Ji^re. It will be returned to you if an honest!
perf-on finds it. Remarkable recoveries are]
brought about every day tnrouch this column.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING BRING IT
• to Tbe
f San Kranciftco Call /
; \ Lost and Found Bureau <
> Third and Market StreetsJ
Get a claim check. Have It advertised.
Reclaim it if the owner does not.
THE LAW— People who find lost articles
are interested in knowing that the state law
is strict in requiring them to seek the owners
through advertisements and otherwise, and
that failure to do bo, if .proof can be shown,
involves a severe penalty.
THE gentleman who called July 22, at 2312
Redwood ay.. Fruitvale. in regard to cocker
pups, would be well rewarded If he could give
some information about a large white fos-
. terrier female, with lon»? tail, who disappeared
about the time be called.
LOST — Sunday, on Buchanan, Pacific or Market
st.. or on Fillmore car. between Broadwjry and
First Baptist church, diamond and pearl cres-
<-ent attached to black velcet bow; liberal re-
ward. Telephone 'West 5595.
LOST — A gold watch, Waltbam movement, from
a Valencia ft. car. Finder return to Alto bar,
SE. corner Washington ami Battery stc, any
- evening between o ami <$ and receive reward.
; _
LOST — Diamond ring on 21st Rt., between Va-
lencia and Guerrero. Suitable reward if re-
turned* t« SOS Valencia at.
LOST — Between Oakland mole and 1412 Jackson
«t.. coat and leather bag. Reward at 1412
Jjickscn st.
LOST — Fos terrier; answers name of Rex: white
Ivwiy. black eyes; return to 1126 Masonic ay.;
liberal reward.
LOST— Amethypt bracelet. Thurcdaj or Fridaj;
?20 reward, i'soo Scott st. •
EMPLOYMENT \VAXTED— MaIe
AAA — AN experienced monumental salesman
wants position; best references. Address box
5T.2. Call office. _____L
ACCOUNTANT keep* email set* of books, 'lay
work only. Address P. O. box 253. Berkeley.
BARBER. 2 years' experience, wishes to finish
trade; first class. Box 1319, Call office.
CHAUFFEUR, young man, constructor and dem-
onstrator, would like position driving Sundays
and evenings; Will Instruct owners. L. J. X.,
- 222 Clayton St.; phone Pacific 2555.
CARPENTER wants work from owner; day or
job:, very, reasonable; practical workman; pood
city, ref s. : town or- country. Box 4777, Call
office, lfir.l FJllmore «t. V
COOKS. German man and wife, thoroughly ex-
perienced meat, bread and pastry, for. hotel,
boarding house. Institution, mine or mill; 12
mo. last place; references. 1400 Buchanan st.
COOK (Japanese) wants' a position In private
family; tirst class; hare good references;- city
or country. FRANK HORIUCHI, 1C25 Geary
. et.: tel. West 54SS.
THE SAN- FRANCISCO CALL; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5; 1910
EMPLO Y.IIENT \u25a0 WA >TED— MaIf — Con.
EXPERIENCED Japanese * boy wishes position,
any kind of work. In, office, store or family,
any place. GEOKGE, j 1020 A Hyde st. ; phone
Franklin 4710. ,
FIRST CLASS cook in hotel, boarding house, hos-
pital, restaurant. Call or address COX, 950
Stockton st.. room 4D.
GEItMAN cook and baker who understands milk-,
ing snil who Is not afraid of any other work
wishes situation, city or. country. Address,
stating wages. W. HERRMANN. 5235 20th
Bt.. San Francisco.
I want a position as baggage porter or. watch-
man; first class references. Call or address
FRANK KELSO. 057 Sth St.. Oakland.
JAPANESE — First class laundry boy. Wants a
jnif.it ion in h family in the city or Kan Mateo
county: little housework will do; : wages $40
a month. G. T. SHIGE. Phone Market 029.
513 Hayes St., elty. \
JAPANESE . schoolboy wants position in small
family; experienced cook. Y. 0., 1617 Gough
Rt.. Japanese mission.
JAPANESE — Experience!' cook wants position as
cook ou!y in nice family; has good references.
K. ISIII. HSV) Post st. .
JAPANESE, excellent family cook, desires a po-
sition in this city; good references. JIM
SHIOYA, 1025 Post ft.; phone West SSI7. •
PAINTER, paper hanger and tinter, etc., wants
work from owners, city or country; have tools;
no job too small or too large. Decorator, 17
Henderson ay. ; phonp Pacific 3064.
WAKTKt) — By a competent book keeper; a small
ret of books to attend to evenings. Address
\u25a0 hf\- |g.*3. CitM ofrif . ' . \u25a0
KIIPLOYMEXT^WANTE^^^einaI^
AA — Position by refined young woman from the
east as governess or companion; college mu-
sical education. Box 4SB, Call office.
COMPETENT German woman wishes to do cook-
ing and housework in private family: wages
$:{i» per month: Address box 3050, Call office,
Oakland.
FASHIONABLE dress making and millinery at
home or go out by the day; remodeling a spe-
cialty. Home ;>hone 53735. West 8751;
GOOD ' hotel cook desires situation, city or
country; $40. MISS DILLON. 113S Turk st.
GOOD Vancli cook desires situation; good worker;
$:>.">\u25a0 MISS DILLON. 113S Turk st.
INTELLIGENT, competent- and reliable lady, no
lnnimbrance. would take charge new lodging
or apt.; ref.; no objection to country. Box
4779, Call office. K',sl Fillinore Bt. ' " .
JAPANESE boy, good cook or housework, with
good reference; city or country. Call' ln inorn-
ing. Phone West sfiQ4 or 1531 Post st. NAKA.
JAPANESE, neat woman, wants a place In small
family as plain cook . and light housework ;
speaks English. Only mail to T. SUWA,
1750 Sutter st. *
REMODELING of millinery by the day in fami-
lies, hotels; materials furnished: feather work
done; suburban work solicited. Bos 4750, Call
office. l(j.">l FiHmore St.
WANTED— in- a refined widow, position as
house keeper or companion in small family.
B<->\- 4784. Call office. !<>'.! Fillinore St.
MAI,E_HEJLP JIVAjVTKD^^
MURRAY & READY.
LEADING EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
753-754-756 HOWARD ST.,
Between 3<! and 4th sts.. San Francisco.
PHONES— Suitor 1205 mid 1206. Home J1546.
BRANCH OFFICES: • \u25a0
7th and ' Broadway, opposite S. P. depot,
Oakland.
Phones— Oakland 7301. Home A 5745.
2d and H sts,. Sacramento,
-d and Main sts. and 120 Marchesault St.,
Los Angeles.
52S Jackson St., San Francisco.
FREE FARE
NATRON. OREGON,
VIA EUGENE
SHIP DAILY FREE FARE
250 teamsters, laborer.-*, drillers, rockmen. tuu-
ne.lmcn, concrctemen; wage* $2.25 to $2.70 a
day.
ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
THIS IS NEW WORK
YuUR FARE IS FREE
DOWN SOUTH
50 labbrer< no experience required, for a new
job south: $60 to $07.50.
FREE PARE— FREE FARE
FREE FARE
OREGON
KLAMATH FALLS— OREGON
CALOR— DORRIS
TRACK WORK FENCE GANG
Trackmen, splke'rs. strappers, section aud bal-
last gangs, laborers, etc.'. $2 to $2.4<i a day.
50 laborers, fence gang. fro/ 1 fare, $07.50.
NO OFFICE FEE
KLAMATH FAIXS
s<xi laborers, teamsters, drillers, rock and tun-
netmen. <
ALL FREE FARE
FREE FARE
MENDOCINO and HCMBOLDT COUNTIES
SHERWOOD— WI LLITS
Laborers, muckers, tunnelinen and drillers.
ALL FREE FARE
NO OFFICE FEE
CUTOFF, ROCKLIN TO COLFAX
FREE FARE
Tramsters, laborers, rockmon, tunnelmcn, drill-
ers, etc.. $«0 to $105.
FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
FREE FARE
• BEAUTIFUL SHASTA
AND SISKIYOU COUNTIES
25 railroad graders, private railroad, $67.50.
FREE FARE
COAL MINERS
TO THE COAL MINES
10 coal miners, see boss here $90
MILLWRIGHTS.' CARPENTERS
\u25a0AND OTHERS
4 millwrights, Ihjss here $4 day
4 carpenters, boss here $4 day
Carriage setter, lumber company south, $65. fd.
Woodturner and sluipr-r hand, factory, coun-
try $3.50 day
ForPin.MU brick mason. Country $7 day
Carpenter, flume work; boss here $90
Harness mnkcr. small country 5h0p.. 52. 25 day
OTHERS— FRE«— FA RE.
Rock foreman: free fare $105
2 machine minors; free fare $!>7.50
2 timber framers; fr<*e fare $90
Stonp mason: free fare $90
BRICKLAYERS. PLASTERERS.
FREE FARE.
10 bricklayers on large buildings, Southern
California; free fare $5 day
30 plasterers: bis J<*. south $5 day
•- ALL FREE FARR.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Marker and; distributor; country lndry.JlS wk.
4 clTiuers aod pressers; oountry.slß to $20 wk.
Coach painter; company work.. s4 to $4.50 day
5 riveters and rivet heaters $2.50 day, fd.
Tunnelman; small water tunnel $00
Foreman, marble quarry; boss here $90
Deckhand, south $40 to $50. fd.
Shtnglers and lathers: country. $1.25 & $2.50 M
Wheelwright: free, fare $105
Upholsterers & spring bed makers, $3.50-$4 day
Experienced milk wagon driver $75
MARRIED HELP.
Married milker; $00 and house near by.
German, Scandinavian or French couple, man
to do chores, wife cook; good place, country ;
boss hero Sfis, found
Choreman and wife to cook, vinyard. . .560, fd.
5 farmers and milkers and w,ives to cook,
other .places $50 and $60 fd.
LABORERS— CITY WORK.
25 laborers to work in the city. \u0084.$2.50 day
QUARRY LABORERS.
10 laborers, new quarry; short distance
south $75
FARMS. DAIRIES. ETC.
' 10 laborers for a big ranch; $30, fd.: free fare
5 teamsters: ranch .$1.75 day, fd.
27 farm, orchard & vineyard hands, $35-$45 fd.
15 milkers and dairymen. .... .840 to $50, fd.
2 oil firemen .' $30, fd.
FRUIT PICKERS AND PACKERS
GRAPE PICKERS
' 50 men to pick and pack all kinds of fruits
- and work in dry yards, $1.25. $1.50 day, fd.
10 grape pickers. $1.25 day, found.
LABORERS. •
SG7 laborers for all classes of work: factories,
oil company, quarries, warehouse work, etc.,
$2.25 and $2.50 day.
10 laborers for city work $2.50 day
FOR FLUME WORK.
K» handy laborers to work around flume of big
lumber company $75
WOOD CHOPPERS.
150 men to cut stove and cord wood, $2 to $3
cord, some of them free fare.
HOTEL AND OTHERS.'
Walter: country restaurant $12 wk.. fd.
\- Cook: ranch; boss here $40, fd.
I ' Cook nnd dishwasher, country girl, $50 and
$.".0, fd.: waiter, institution, $30, fd.: orderly,
institution, $30, fd.; 2 waiters, good country
hotel. $35. fd.: 4 cooks, country hotels, $50 and
SCO and ffl.; bakers, company boarding bouse.
$50 and fd. : Italian restaurant cook. .$lB. wk.
and bd. : 3 cooks, hay presses. $40 and $45 and
fd \u25a0 polishers, stnrebers and lroners, country
laundries. $15 to $20 wk.: 3 porters. $25. $:!0
and $35 ond found:- dishwashers and" kitchen
bands. $00 nnd found.
1 SEE OUR BULLETIN BOARDS.
GET OUR DAILY LIST.
See who does the business. .
MURRAY & READY. 752-784-786 Howard St.
MURRAY & READY.
Wanted able bodied men for the U. S. Ma-
rine Corps, 'between the ages of 19 : and 35.
Must be 'native born or" have first, papers.
Monthly- pay $15 to $60. Additional compen-
sation possible. .•\u25a0 Food, clothing, quarters and
medical attendance free. After 30. years' serv-
ice can retire with 75 per cent, of pay and al-
lowances. Services on board ship and ashore
In all parts of me world.; Apply etU. S. Ma-
rine Corps Recruiting Officer 95 Market St., S.an
Francisco. Cal. ; . > ' -
MEN wanted ; ' age 19 to 35 ; for firemen $100
monthly and brakemen, sBo," on nearby rail-
roads; . experience unnecessary; no strike; pro-
jmotion to engineers, conductors; railway em-
ploying headquarters;' over 500 men sent to
positions monthly; state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, , care Call : office. * •-
ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkin St.— Cooks, $3-$4 day;
\u25a0 saloon porter, $10 week: .waiter, $10 week;
stableman. $40, fd. ; porter. 1 hotel. $30. fd. ;
French second butler. $40-$5O: . pot - washer,
$10 week; kitchen -hands. Sunday- off. $S-SIO
week., etc.: office open in the morning Sto 12.
YOUNG man about 18 years of , age j to '"\u25a0 help oofn f
books for wholesale house; -must \u25a0. be quick and
accurate at figures; permanent "position. State
references. Address bos 540,' Call office. \u25a0
\u25a0I MALE, HELP WAXTEn- .Conttnnfd _* '.
MEN and women/ learn the barber trade; posl-
. tious guaranteed; we canxot supply demand for
our graduates; expert Instructors; we teachnn
8 weeks and. pay , wages while learning. Call •
and let us explain the Moler system. 234 3d st. •
IF you had 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 •
have, we can give you a start. See PRO-
- GRESSIVE REALTY *CO.. 180 Sutter st. ;
WANTED— First class experienced -concrete form
building carpenter; must understand blue
prints: '?4.r.0 to §r> day. Apply today at SIS
<\u25a0: Mmiadnock . building.
WANTED — Boy about lfi years of ape to assist
Id filing and rrake. deliverW-s to factories. Ap-
ply to rooms American Can. Co.. 1001 Mills
hldg., Tuesday morning.
ANY intelligent person may earn good income
J corresponding for newspapers; experience -• un-
necessary. Address Press Correspondence Bu-
reau, Washington, D. C.
COAT MAKERS— Two first class ones wanted;
pUop furnished. J. D. HAHN, 1215 Broadway,
Oakland. •• \u25a0_ .\u25a0' \u25a0 . •
CASH BOYS wanted; must brin? school certifi-
cates. Apply superintendent's itffiee, The
' Emporium. . ..;. - ,
BOY, 16 years, to deliver tea and coffee; $1 per
day; permanent. 20~< Precita ay. near Mission
st., rear cottage. •
WANTED — Neat delivery, boys; must bring
school certificates. Apply superintendent's of- '
flee, The Emporium. \u25a0 .
WANTED — Neat wagon boys; must bring school
certificates. Apply supVrintenilenfs office.
The Emporium.
SECOND butler for country. $40; ppp party at
office at 10:30 Monday." MISS PLUNKETT,
ISOC Sntter st. \u25a0__ ,' -
WANTED— Artificial stone and mosaic, worker
to rent a fully equipped yard; 4 living rooms.
1307 12th aT.. Sunset.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d — Now
open; 200 hard finished rras. ; reading rm.; hot
water; rooms 25c day; §1.25. $1.50 week.
WANTED— Brush makers; 2 good draw hands,
COc 1,000. Apply THOS. E. BOYLE, 3556
South Park, Los Augeles. .
MAKE money corresponding for newspaper: par-
ticulars for stamp. Press Syndicate, Dept.
G-. Middleport. N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS; REF. REQ.
BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO., 704 MARKET.
WANTED— 6OO men to occupy rooms, 20c to 30c
per night (free bath), afthe NEW YORK, 753
Howard st. between 3d and 4th.
MEN : of ideas with some Inventive ability.
GREELEY & McINTYRE, Patent Attorneys,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED— MiddIe aged German cook at IS6O
Folsom st.
WANTED— AII' around licensed dentist for Oak-
land. Address box 1917, Call office.
10 men to learn cigar making; steady man to
tend store. 306 18th st., near Folsom.
PHOTO coupon agents wanted; good proposition.
SCHAFFER. 72 San Pablo ay., Oakland.
BOYS and men wanted. ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. 15th and Folsom.
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 7."ic. done In 10 minutes.
: ' sj-VSLS£. RS and sui»pi,ies
TUNGSTEN STEEL! TUNGSTEN STEEL!
Iron, as you all know, was the first In metal-
lurgy; then by later discovery the many different
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 52.25.
DECKEI.MAN BROS.. INC.,
102- 104 Turk st.. Shu Francisco; Cal.
BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS.
Sold on installments of $.". Pi:R MONTH.
CHAIRS. FIXTURES; VIBRATORS or HAIR
DRIERS sold on small monthly payroeuts and we
will allow you top prices on your old fixtures in
exchange. Remember, we are not in the trust.
JAMES BARKER, INC..
Phone Franklin CS99. 04 Turk st.
$200—2 Hi chair shop for salo; one of the finest
shops for the money; sell on account of going
away: living rooms; terms.
$150 — 1 chair shop, worth $300; lease.
3 chair shop, country, before the Ist; hotel
shop: lease; bargain; $U5O.
CHAS. COI.EMAN & CO.. S3O Market st.
BARBERS' union. No. 14S— Members will as-
semble at store. 3i'oS loth st. near Guerrero,
at 0 a. m., September 5, for parade, under
penalty of $2.50 fine, to be paid within 30
days, and no dues received till fine is paid.
All members must parade and no excuse ac-
cepted. CHARLES KOCH, Secretary.
BA RBERS — 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 above all others.
PACIFIC BARBER SUPPLY CO.. 962 Market.
FOR. sale — 1 chair shof> (Koken Hdr.): open
cigar store in front; good location: good busi-
ness; best reason for selling; will invoice at
cost of stock fixtures and shop (about $400);
a snap; will give trial to Missourlans. 411
4th St.. San Rafael. Cal.
BARBKR chairs and mirrors, uehrly new; hy-
draulic, also plain revolving, from $15. up. And
as to new mirrors, you can not buy ns cheap
elsewhere as yon can nt STQLTZ'S, 731 Mar-
kot st. Call and compare prices; cash or in-
stalluu-nts.
$9">0 — I chair barber shop in San -Jose, strictly
up to date: line location; good average busi-
ness: cheap rent and iease: selling on account
of sickness. Address F. 11. R., Call agency,
Ban Jose.
WANTED — Men and women to learn harbering:
so many have left for good Jobs, must have
more beginners: absolutely free to next 10. Call
S. F. BARBER COLLEGE, 790 Howard st.
SMALL barber shop wanted; must be near Kill-
more and Sutter. Address Box 4752, Call
office. . ,
GOOD barber; steady; boss will be at shop. 7:30
to 8 o'clock. Monday morning, otjl Fillinore st.
BARBER wants a position steady every after-
noon or evening and all Saturday -and Sunday..
Please inquire at 234 3d st.
WANTED— Strictly first class American barber:
don't answer if not first class, man: guaranteed
$20. U. G. PERSING, Reno. >"cv.
IB' you don't use the Diamond B razor aud shears '
you don't use the best. BAUER'S, 59 O'Far-
rell st. i
.FOR sale — 2 chair shop; cor. Liese ay. and
East 14th st., Fruitvale; got»d' chance for.
cigar stand.
CHEAPEST new mirrors in city; new barber
chairs and shops bought and sold. Phones
Park 1242. M 2941. 394 Hayes st.
FOUR chair barber* shop, transient trade; lease
for sale, $1,000. EDW. L. CORDY & CO., C 3
Taylor st.
BARBER shop n(!ar Emeryville race track: splen-
did chance for lively young fellow; <uv;icr is
eld and wishes to retire. STOr/IZ. ":il M-irket.
$450—3 chair hotel barbt-r shop; best location in
town; doing good business; invoice $1,000.
Address box 252, Ukiab.Cal.
WANTED — Good barber, steady; good wages.
120 Union Square ay. '
FIRST CLASS manicurist wanted. BARON
BROS.. 775 Market »t. -
FIRST CLASS barber wanted Saturday and Sun-
day noon. ,722 Howard st.
FOR Bale — 3 chair barber shop and baths; very
. cheap. 1111 23d ay., Oakland.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tnry. W. BARON. 775 Mkt. : phoue Kny." 5384.
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 23 years, of fair education
and unquestionable character.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS.
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
ING. . ;
PERMANENT POSITIONS. '
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
For full particulars call, preferably between
8:30 a.m. and 12 noon, at the Operating
School, Telephone Office, 2015 Steiner street,
corner Pine. . . ; \
FIRST class German cook, $45; cook and sec-
ond girl, same house, 2 in family. $40 and
$30 ; ; laundress for Oakland. $40 -.van English
or American nurse, 2 children. $40.' references
necessary; laundress, small .family,_ $40; 2
waitresses, 1 chambermaid, for.Utah.'s2s; also
pastry cook, $60-$5O: housework "\u25a0 girls, city
and country. $25 to $40. Apply MISSPLUN-
KETT. ISfIG Sntter st. . ..
: M*k OAKLAND. .V
GIELS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
' WHILE LEARNING- . .
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAIiSTS.
. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS.
EXPERIENCED skirt hands wanted; steady po-
- sltion. -COSGRAVE: CLOAK AND SUIT CO.,
352 Post Bt. .;-. -, v : .-.\u25a0•-\u25a0\u25a0• . . -\u25a0-.
WANTED— Girl \ for upstairs work,- waiting and
sewing; city references required. - . Apply f if >in
\u25a0.•\u25a0 10 to 12 at 1392 Geary st.
PROPERLY .certificated/- teacher for country
* school. ; Room 605, 717 Market st..\S.~F. , . •
BOOK' KEEPER: salary. $30 to start; refer-
ences. -Box, 1015. \u25a0 Call: office. \ ; • ;
EDUCATED business woman :to travel. \u25a0: appoint
ladies :to . introduce children's educational
wurks; -'self-confidence -and ability essential:
$t>o month and -expenses; increase if ability
warrants. SMITHSONI A N CO.. Oakland. .
EXPERIENCED jacket hands:- steady "place.
COSGRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT CO., 352 Post.
FEMALE HELP WAXTED — Contlnnfd
LADIES, "learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OFHAIH DRESSING and Beauty Cul-
ture; diplomas and formula* given; individual
Instruction. 967% Market *t. b»t,*;Bth »nd 6th.
FIKST CLASS hair dressers," manicures, mas-
sage., ventilators; highest wag^s in. -city.
BLOCII'S, lTOGeary st.
APPRENTICE , young girl of 1 16 wanted at the
Licbau corset parlors; paid while learning.
• 345 Stockton st.
EXPERIENCED cloak and suit salesladies
wanted. Apply .Tuesday morning. Cosgrave
Cloak and Suit Company, SOU Post st.
WANTED— A wcnnan who is adaptable, has
some business experience and high credentials
for business position. Box r>53.. Call office.
CASH girls wanted; must bring school certifi-
cates. Apply superintendent's office. Too
Emporium. • \u25a0-.•'•'
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
massage; easy terms; evening classes. Th»
New Mildred Hair Parlors. 130 Geary st. !
GIRLS wanted to wrap chewing gum. Newton
Gum Company, Battery st. and Broadway.
CHOCOLATE dippers; steady work; good pay.
525 Pacific st.
SALESMEN and SOLICITORS WANTED
.... . .... .. . _ _~~~_-~~_ .
•:.'. WANTED.
Two reliable stock salesmen; give age. ex-
perience and references; important opportunity
for men of, . ability. Box 491, Call office.
SALESMEN wanted— Hundreds of good posi-
tions open, paying from $1,000 to $3,000 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 good position where you can earn
while yon learn. Write (or call) for full par-
ticulars and testimonials from hundreds of
men we have placed in good positions paying
S from $100 to $300 a month and expenses. Ad-
dress NATIONAL SALESMEN'S TRAINING
ASSOCIATION, 10191$ Metropolis Bank build-
ing. San Francisco. Branches New York, Chi-
, cago, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Atlanta.
EXPERIENCED salesman for high grade indus-
trial stock; established 5 years; increasing
capitalization. Box 3047, Call office. Oakland.
EXPERIENCED silverw are salesmen; permanent
positions; state previous experience. Box 557,
Call ofSce. \u25a0 ..._^____
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
AAAA — CANTON Bureau of Information — Chi-
nese servants: contracts for resorts. Canton
Bank bids.. (549 Kearny St.; phone Sutter US.
AAA— . PHONE WEST 1731. 0
\u25a0 Largest Japauese and Chinese employment
office iv city. T. TAMUKA CO., 1612 Laguna st.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Emp.
Co.; best help with care and guar. 1513 Geary
St.; phones West sb'SB. Home S4OBS.
A. ' S. HORI. reliable Japanese-Chinese help
promptly furnished; open day and night. 1748
Sutter st. I'HONES^-WEST 2503. S2SO3.
DOUGLAS 3T..52. C-4CSS. 531 Grant avenue —
Asia emp. oftiee is the best. '
J. £.\NX. Chinese employment bureau. Phone
Douglas 31CK; Home C.V195. 770 Clay St..
11. XV. HONG, Chinese employment office, SO5
. Webster st., Oaklaud: phones Pekin 25, A 3725.
STAR etnp. office: Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KOI) ATA. HXIB Geary: tel. West 167. S4OOS.
REXT THAT VACANT ROOM
A small want ad in The Call will do it quicker
than a dozen signs plastered on' your windows
and which spoil the looks of your home besides.
Phone Kearuy SB for an ad man to call and
see you. - . *
ROOMS TO LET — Fur. and I'nfur.
A COZI' home for respectable ladies, 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Bth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished: every
modern convenience; steam beat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean; centrally
located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
1349; prices very moderate, ranging from 25c
' per night np; special rates by the week or
month. See matron, room 33. -^
BROADWAY; 1C20.- next to Van Ness ay. — Large
sunny front; 5 windows; others; marine view;
reasonable. '
CLARA st., USi—2 rooms, partly furnished; also
. -1 rooms and bath, rent $8. '
DEWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard — AU modern
conveniences; 200 rooms, 35c to 51 day, $2 to
?5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
DEVISADERO St.. 435. near Oak— Sunny, bay
window, front room, running water. $15; also
large room, 2 bed".. $12; cozy house keeping
apt.. $11: bath, phone. .-
ELLIS sL, i:.':."!*— Newly furn. sunny front room
Vwith piani-j; also single moms; gas. electricity.
KLLIS'st., 952 — Nii-t-iy furn.. sunny room, suit-
hMp for one person: rent cheap.
FULTON st.. 1553 — 2 clean, sunny rooms nnd
kitchen, unfurnished: gas. bath, laundry: $S. •
GOLDEN GATE ive., 1001. opposite Jefferson
square — Sunny room, 1- windows, bath, phone,"
every convenience.
GOLDEN GATE ay.. 1200— Large front room,
suitable for 2. nicely furnished; rent $14.
HARRISON st., 1029 — Neatly furnished, sunny,
bay window room, suitable for 2; rent reas. ;
private family.
HYDE St.. 1326. apt.i 3. nr. Clay — Nicely furn.
room, hot and cold runnlns water; walklug
'distance; both phones.
LARKIN st.. 1322 — Large, beautifully furnished
* front, sunny rooms; large bed, bath, phone.
MARKET st., 1661J junction Haipht st. — Sunny
furnished Twins; electric lights; hot water day
and night; . ttnths; $2 per -week; new house;
now furniture. Haight, Valencia and Market
»t. c«r* pass the door. .'\u25a0••".
MCALLISTER St.. 113 S. near Fillmor*— Sunny
room, running wter; large room, 2 beds; sun
all day.
OAK st.. 094 — 2 large, sunny con. front rooms,
complete? and convenient.
O'FARRELL St.. 1714— Newly, furnished light
hskpg.; use of piano if desired: reasonable.
O'FARRELL st.. 1211— Large, nicely furnished
rooms; bath and phone; reasonable.
O'F*ARRELL st., IS98 — Two nice sunny, fur-
nished rooms nnd single rooms; reasonable.
Q'FARRELL St.. I*WO — Nice sunny. furnished
double, rooms and»singlo rooms; reasonable.
O'FARRELL st.. 1407— Nice sunny furnished
room and also suite; reasonable.
O'FARRELL St., 1240 — Front sunny bay window
fnruished room, $0.50; a large room, $7.50;
running water.'
OVERLAND HOUSE, sti» Sacramento st. below
Montgomery — Now open; 200 rooms; bot and
cold water in every room; 25c to $2 pec day:
$1.60 to $5 per week. EDW. ROCKIN. Prop.
POLK st.. 1310^ — Sunny furnished rooms; $S lip.
SAN JOSE av.,i 204. bot. 24th and 25th— Sunny
furnished room for gentleman; priv. fam. ; refs.
SCOTT st.; 1125— Nice large, snnny room for 2
gentlemen. $3. Call before 10 or after 3p. m.
SCOTT St.. 2040— Clean attic rooms, $1.50 per
week; light house keeping.
TURK st.. 1422. nr.' FlHmore— Nicely furn..
sunny rooms; modern; $1.50 per week np; also
transient. \u25a0
WEBSTER St.. lOOti. cor. ' Golden Gate ay. —
Newly furnished double parlors; also single
room; sun all day: bath; phone; private fam-
ily: reasonable.
14TH St.. 215 — Sunny, light rooms, bath, gas and
electricity; ; phone; $1.50 week and up; near
6 car lines. - \u25a0 -.-\u25a0'\u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0
O A X LA X D ftp O M S— Fn r. and Un f n r.
ELM st.. 2219, near 34th. Oakland— 2 rooms and
kitchenette to adults, $IS. '
SUNNY furnished front room for lady; conveni-
ent to cars and Key Route; very reasonable.
2220 Magnolia st.. Oakland.
BEJRKEI^EJk" , RJOOMS-— Furvjind Unfnr.
PRINCE st.. ISO 7 (Grove car) — Sunny front
room, private residence; near local; 1 or 2
gentlemen. Phone RerkPiev sfllS.
'rooms for house keeping
BROADWAY. 1372, bet. Larkln and Hyde— Fur-
. nished or house keeping rooms; for rent.;
BROADWAY. IS9C — Large, comfortably fur-
- nished sunny hskpg. room, hath, phone: SS.
BUSH St.. 1905— Two front connecting house-
keeping rooms; large and sunny: $17. •.
CLAY* st..'3S93— Furnished sunny house keeping
\u25a0 rooms, 3 0r .4; reasonable to reliable party.
ELLIS st.-.;; 1031 — Nice -sunny hemsekeeping
. rooms;. rents reasonable; also single. rooms.
GEARY. St., 1616. nr. Buchanan — 2 eon. rms. • coaf
or gas; $S'to $10; single and dooble, $3 to $S;
\u25a0jjbouse. keeping. \u25a0
GOLDEN GATE v ay., 12S1— Nicely furn. hskpg.
rooms; all conveniences; ; also single rooms.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 943." opp.. Jefferson square-^-
| Fine, I large suite, complete, including gas and
.electricity. $15. v
GOLDEN GATE ay.,1284. near Fillmore— Large.
' : sunny housekeeping rooms: also transient.
GOUOH st., 1315, near Geary— N'ewly furnished
> 2 rooms complete for housekeeping, $10 month;
\u25a0 bath.: phones. ";-'-\u25a0",\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' •'
HOWARD st.," 563— Front room and kltchfn fur-
nished, $12;' 2 con.V coal or gas, $9 to. $12;
.single and doubly $\u25a0> ; to: $10- -,-\u25a0\u25a0 .
ROOMS FOR HOtISEJCEiEPr>^^S>S:
OAK st. 714— Large, sonny front room and con.
kitchen, on ground floor, gas. running water,
$10. . \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•-•-•»\u25a0
O'FARRELL-st.. 1305 — Sunny front housekeep-
ing roorj; running water: $2.50 a week: otl>ers.
O'FARRELL st.. 117R— Handsomely furn. house-
keeping rooms: buffet kitchen; running water,
crate; $lft to $20. ~ "
OCTAVIA »t.. 1257 — Furnished housekeeping
\u25a0rooms. S7 np: targe room $15; 2 basements.
$12; hath, phone, lanndrv. _^___
OCTAVIA st.. 1410-rXlcely furnished- hskpg.
rooms.-'a lso single moms; select location: reas.
PINK st.. 752. near Powell — Light housekeeping I
room; reasonable.
SACKAMEXTO St.. 3019— Nicely furnished front i
suite, regular kitchen complete. $20: sunny
room and kitchen, gas range, $13; sunny base-
ment. bouse keeping. $G.
SACRAMENTO Pt.. 2447. near FiMaiore— Two
large, sunny rooms, "nicety furnished, complete
for house keeping, for 2 or 3 adnlts.
SCOTT st., 1605, near Sutter— House keeping
and famished rooms; reasonable to respectable
parties. Phone West 3141. _ I
SCOTT St.. 2040 — Clean attic rooms. $1.50 per
week. Phone West 2014.
TURK St.. 1208 — 2 room sunny snite. $16 month;
. also . single basement rooms. $1.50 to $2.50
week; every convenience for house keeping.
VAN NESS ST., 311. cor. Grove — Furnished sunny
suites, $20; single rooms. $2.50 to $3 per weei;
pas. running water and phone.
14TH"st.,, 802, cor. Noe — Sunny house keeping
rooms; gas. bath, stationary washtub; reas.
STH St., 36.1 — House keeping and single rooms.
$1.25 per week; bath, hot and cold water In
every room.
OAKLAXD HOUSE KKKriXG nOO>IS
iuK rent — * or 5 rooms and bath, ruralsueil fur
house keeping; 4 rooms. $22.50; 5 rooms. $-7.
These rooms are conveniently located to tx>:j
Southern Pacific and Key Hoot* ferries and
«treetc»r Hrie». 120-* Bth «*-• com»r Mmrno'l*.
AAA— THIS WKMFE. 41l> Uak «.— Single anu
double rooms with board. $30 per month cp.
CALIF. .St.. 1541— St. Margaret's club for girls,
teachers, students, bus. women, tourists; tunny
rms.; fine bd.; rates reas.; Fk. 3292; H. C 2569.
CALIFORNIA st., 2517. apt. 6— A conple would
rent front and back parlor to 2 gentlemen;
modern conveniences. j
CALIFORNIA. 2523 — Pleasant sunny rooms; ex-
cellent board; phone, bath; $30; rates for 2.
ELLIS St., 058 — Nice s-unny front room with
board.
FOIi list of inspected rooms see IX) MO DIREC-
TORY. Saves time. 11 to 2. 822 Crocker bid.
GOLDKN GATK ay.. 120* — Neat room and board.
$25; French home cooking; 2 connecting rooms
for 2. S.-.0.
IN a refined private family, would like 4 or 5
men to board; fine accommodations and first
class board. Call 1427 Dolores st.
JACKSON st., 155S— Beautiful sunny rooms with
board.
MCALLISTER et7. 792— Sunny. bay window
rooms, with board, home cooking; meals 25c;
$5-$G week.
OCTAVIA St.. . 1»26. cor. Sacramentu — aplentli'l
location, facias Lafayette sq.; large, cheerfaf
sunny rms.; excellent board: references; phones
PIERCE st.. 261. cor. Page — Good rooms and
* hoard;' reasonable; American and vegetarian
cooking.
POST St.. 1206, cor. Van Ness ay. — Large race
sunny furnished room; | first class French
board; all modern conveniences.
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. Central ay. and
Wajler et., San Kraaclseo — A beautiful home,
where old ladles, yousg girls and Uttl* eail-
dren can board very reasonable.
STEIN Kit st.. t>ir, — Boom :md board, also table
board; good home, cooking.
SHRADEU St.. 526— Newly furnished rooms; $3
per month for 1. SVi for 2: board if desired.
ROOMS AND BOARD
NuuiuUAli;. ISOW Euclid ar. : tel. Berk. 1813;
north entrance of university campus — Apart-
ments with private baths; single rooms; steam
beat snd callbell in every room; sleeping
porc-hes; first class tab> board; «peciat saia-
we -utes. M. M. 71HNRY.
HOTELS
BROOKLYN HOTEL. 3TO Ist st.. 9 block* from
Market — Mo'lern hotel: hoard and room $1 and
$1.25 per day, *« to $7.50 per week; meals. 21".
cents; first class service; choice rooms 50
cputs: family room.-! $1: rooms per week. $2 up:
free bus. CHAS. MONTGOMERY, prop, (for-
merly of the American Exchange Hotel. Mont-
gomery's Hotel and Brooklyn Hotel. Bush St.).
TH£ UNITED EXCHANGE will fill your wants
in locating for you apartments, flats, rooms
and rooms and board; all Information abso-
lutely free. Inspect our lists and if (raited
WE WILL HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE FREE.
You will have no expense whatever. Call and
see us at 257 Powell st.
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.
975 Harrison — Quiet place for working people;
hot water ond hath: 51 .50 week.
LI.'NDY APTS.. Stanyan st. at Frederick — The
most complete in the city; hot and cold water,
electric lights. Wibs. elevator service, janitor
service: every nxmi in house light; rent reas.
AA— VAX NESS APARTMENTS. 212S Van Ness
. ur. Broadway — Elegantly furnished apts. of 3
abd 4 rooms; steam heat, elee. light, elevator;
marine view; reasonable. Phone Franklin 2590.
AAA— LAKCH.MONT. 1270 Pine St.. bet. Leav-
cuworth ami Hyde — New, beautifully furnished
apts. of 2 and 3 rooms with bath; only a
few left.
A— YERBA BUEKA APTS., 1114 SUTTER ST..
NR. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3
RMS.. BATH; COMPLETELY FURN.: REFS.
CALIFORNIA st., Sl5l. nr. Lyon — New, elegant
apartments, 3 rooms and bath each. furn. or
uafurn.; reasonable; 5 car lines; best In ctty.
TWO and 3 apts. ; 2 elegant double beds; hotel
service; lights. lineu. soap, etc.. free; a» low
as $43. Ellis Hotel Apts.. 450 Ellis at Jones.
CHISMORE Apts.. SE. cor. Bush and Jones — 1-2-
3-4 rooms; all modern conveniences; now ready.
ST. DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bush" st. at Jones
— Up to date In every respect; 1-2-3-4 rooms.
EL FOREST apts., 825 Bnsh Bear Taylor — 3 and
4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished.
BEST modern 4 room apts., furn. and unfara..
for the money at the Maryland, 363 Page st.
SPHIER APARTMENTS. 227 9th St.— Sunny,
furn. and unfnrn. 2 room apts. Apply In store.
DUNDEE APTS.. 7."> C. Stanyan opp, G. G. Park—
Splendid fur. 4 r. apt., large, sunny, very reas.
4 ROOMS, modern; hall lighted and carpeted.
2.8 Uoyd st.
THE LORING, 2400 Van Ness, cor. Green —
Sunny furn. and unfurn. apts., 3 and 4 rooms.
EUREKA APTS., Mkt. and 17th «ts. — Beautiful
3 & 4 rm. apts.; phone, janitor service: sunny.
ST. ELMO. 1452 Devisadero st. — Furn. front or
single suites; bath; phone; all cony.. $12 to $40.
ADELINE APTS., 640 Eddy— l. 2 and 3 room
apts.; hotel service; private exch. : most reas.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1651 FILLMORE ST.
FIjATS TO LET
BALDWIN & HOWELL. 318-324 Kearny st.
SPECIALS — New flats, just completed or near-
ing completion, within walking distance of down-
town, containing every modern convenience.
ARCONA APTS.— South side of California st.
near Powell; swellest In the city; marine view;
4, 5 and t! rooms and bath.
NW. corner Clay and Hyde sts.; 4 rooms and
bath. $37.50 to $42.50.
1164-U6S Clay st. near Taylor; 7 and 8 rooms
and bath. $55 and $60.
1149-1159 Filbert st. near Hjrde; « rooms and
bath; marine view; $40 to $50.
$15 — SW. cor. Hayen and Scott sts. : lower
apt., 4 rooms and bath: uppers. $22.50: modern;
gas range, electric light; balls and stairway a
carpeted.- etc.
'$27.50 — 207 Steiner nr. Waller: modern upper
6 rooms and bath.
$27.50 — 1055-57 Fell st. nr. Pierce; new, mod-
ern flats. 5 rooms and bath.
$30 — 132 Lyoa or. -Hayea; modern Cat. 5 rooms
and bath.
$35— 2158 Bu«b st. nr. FlHm«f*; el««ut mod-
ern flat. 5 rooms and bath.
$37.50 — 825 Eddy st. nr. Van Ne«s ar.; newly
renovated, modern flat, 7 rooms and bath; good
location to rent out a room or two.
$24 to $2S — 749-757 Lyon I st. nr. Golden Gate
ay.: modern flats. 5 rooms and bath.
$35 — ISOI Laguna st. at Bush; elegant corner
flat, 5 rooms ami bath.
$37.50—1114 McAllister st. nr. Webster; ele-
gant, light and sunny top flat. 7 rooms and bath.
Get our complete list of houses, flats, cottages
and apartments to let in all parts of the city.
Revised weekly and all vacancies mentioned are
available. Cople» can be obtained from our office
or at the following places: .
'Shumate's pharmacy, - Sntter and - Devisadero.
Shumate's pharmacy, Haight and Masonic.
Shumate's pharmacy. Sacramento and Presidio
. Meagber's. 1220-1228 Oth ay.. Sunset. -
Castro pharmacy, corner 24th and Castro sts.
S Boyson's pharmacy, cor. 2 1st and Valencia sts.-
-Economic drng co., K23 Market st. near 4th.
Economic drug co.. 502 Valencia St. near lfith*
BALDWIN & HOWELL. 31S-324 Kearny st. *
- \u0084 Phonesr-Kearny \u25a0 3510. " Home C-3SIO
ASHBURY HEIGHTS: NEW. ARTISTIC. NEAR
PARK: EVERY ROOM' SUNNY: FOREST
MARINE VIEW; HAVES OR ISTH -CARS'
279 TREMONT; $17.50 TO ?30; 'OPEN.-
228 MONTGOMERjFirc.. MILLS BLDG- ...
PHONES CI62S
DOUGLAS 4430 J y
EEAL ESTATE AND IN3CBA> cB
RENTS COLLECTED
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF rKOPERT*
THIS LIST IS_KKVISED D^lL*
FLATS NORTH OF MARKET ST.
SS5— lO r. and b.: SIRS Washington ;?*- °.r. r ' G ough!
575-1 Or. awl b.; 1234 °X- T »t' 5>r Lasua*-
s6o-7 r. and b-: 2004 LaT-
s37.so— 7 sonny rooms: very nii^rn.
kin st. nr. Washington. n Goaja.
$35-9 r. and b.; 1737 Broadway, nr
$42.50 to $30— 7 elegant aP 3 - tmeut f nc View; «*"
& Mrii; Ufftot and sunny; Bae Tie
1241 to 1247 Bush »t. nf, Hyde.
$50— S r. ana b.; 2W57 California st - upper-
s3o-« r. and b.: 1521 Larkm st. nr. < CWy- "1603" l6o3
$30-6 r. and b. cor. upper flat; moaeru.
Washington st. cor Larkin.
$47.30-7 r. and b.; 147G Y. ashiagton 8X -
547.503 J rr'and b. ; 1626 Clay St.. nr. J^f*- st. \u25a0
Leavenwortb; upper flats. Jackson.
$45-6 r? and b. : 2443 Buchanan » r --i*. hlBg ti»o
$45— X^w flat. SW. cor. Eeed and Wasaw-
s42.so-^ t Lt VnT^ie P «lor; S08» Bush nr.
542.50-s^^ r. and b.: 3 fiat, not «£. com-
pleteu; near Jackson and -^"^o,, 9 t.
$42.50—7 r. and b.: upper; Mol Wasninsi
nr. Learcnwortii. . pp o lk-
s4o-$45-^7 and S rms.; 4 modem up to date flats.
1325-35 California near Gough. rafly;
$40— C r. sad b.; Ilti3 Devisadero at. cor 6*^..
hardwood floors. I*l •» * •"'
$40—4 r. and b.; 1564 Larkin nr. C «*J.^^ er
$40—7 r. and b.; fine lower flat; 134 • aic*—*
st. nr. Steloer. Kj.»«r«iin and
$40-Jnst completed: SW. cor. Washington an
Reed, nr. Leavenworth. r_««inau
$40—7 r. and b. : 20C0 Vallejo cor-
$3*-5 r. and b.: upper; 1950 Jones nr urw»-
$3B-4 r. and t>.; 1329 Clay St.. nr. Jones. .
$37.50-4 r. and b. ; modern; 132 D Clay «• \u25a0*•
Leavenwcrth. tpnimor*.
$37.50-7 r. and b. : 1767 Geary »f" F 2 FtM.
$37.50—7 r. and b.: 1540 Franklin nr. rw.
$35—6 r. and b. ; new lower flat; marine ru»w.
2544 Baker st. nr. Vallejo. w
$35— € r. a=d b,; modern; 2050 Cnioa «t- nr.
Buchanan. . . _,«
$35—7 r. and b.; 1730 Union near Octaria.
$35—7 r. and b.; middle; 2703 Laguna cor. •«
$35—7 r.°and b.: 1337 Taciflc nr. Larjtln-
s3s—s r. and b. : 17S» Hyde cor. tVa»«°-$35-6t Va»«°-
$35-6 r. and b.; 2329 Polk st. nr. «"»«t.iipp«-
Snap— 6 r. and b. ; marine Tiew; 1436 Jones st.
cr. Washington. ' \u25a0>\u0084»
$32.50—6 r. a D d b.: 1116 Buchanan "-J" 11^
$30—6 r. and b. ; 162S Buchanan st. nr. Post
$50—6 r. and b.; 2450 Larkta st. nr. Filbert.
$30—5 r. and b.; 1950 Jones nr. Green.
$30—6 r. and b.; 3 flats; l«30 DeTisadero st. nr.
$30—4 r. and b. ; 1471 Washington near Hyde-
s3O— 7 r. antl b.: 2C04 Gou=t» nr. Gre«n.
$27.30— « r. and b. : 1560 Greenwich near \u2666"
Ness; beautiful modern upper flat.
$27.50~Reduced from *35; 6 r. and ft.: mb
lower flat; 3037 WashiDjrton nr. Baaer.
$27.50~4 r. and b.: 2 flats; 1227 Clay «*•_*?"'•:
$27.30—5 r. and b.; 60-62 Alpine near Waller.
Jest completed.
$27—6 r. and b. ; upper; 1165 Broadway «r.
Leavenworth. „. ___
$30-$33— 6 r. and b.: 2233-33 Sotter nr. P"*^?-
$26—7 r. and b.; upper; 352 Pierce st. nr. O*K.
$25—6 r. and b.; 1G23 Buchanan st. nr. Post.
$25—4 r.and b.; 1121 Clay nr. Taylor.
$25-s3o— s r. and b. ; nr. Sacramento and Jones,
completed October i. \u25a0 _ „ .
$25—7 r. and b.; 2705 La?naa cor. Vallejo.
$25—6 r. and b.; upper; 2712 A Bcsh. St. nr
Broderlck. ' _
$25 — I r. and b. ; sunny middle flat; HIT Clay
st. nr. Taylor.
$25—5 r. autl b. ; upper; HIS Broadway nr.
LeaTenwcrtli. " X
$25—6 r. and b. : 2134 O'Farrell near DeTtsader<*.
$25—7 r. and b.; upper; >52 Ha!ght nr. UeTis-
adero.
$24 — 4 r. and b.; 342-44 Pierce st. nr. Page.
$23 — 5 r. and b. : 947 Broa<!rr?.y cor. Salmon.
$22.30 — 4 r. and b.; cor. Jackson and Auburn.
$20 — 5 r. acd b. ; cor. Salmon and Broadway.
$20—2 nice flats. 4 r. sad b. ea.: 1653-7 Green-
wli-h st. nr. Frsnklin. ,
$20 each— s r. and b. : bri-fit and sunny; IS6S-.0
Union near OctaTia.
$20 — I r. and b. ; 2.".32 A Gcngh near Green.
$19 — i r. am! b. ; 51 Herman nr. Valencia.
$13 mo. — i r. and b. ; 2f>Ki «)ctaTla nr. Filbert.
$13 — * r. and b. ; middle: 2CWC Bush st. nr. Lyoa.
$18 mo.— 3 r. and b. : 240 Iry it. nr. Franklin st.
$16.50—3 r. ami b. ; 113 ft Paciac nr. Jones.
$16 — 9 r. and b. : 27128 Bush. nr. Broderlck.
$15 — 5 r. and b. : IT.C.S La^ur.a cor. Filbert.
$15 — 3 r.and b. : 1327 Sai-rar.ieuto near Hyde.
$15 mo. — 5 r. and t>. : IP3I Caldta tlata aT.
$12 — 3 r. end X: n-ii!;!>: n:bert st.
$10—0 r.; 0 Mnrtc;!, tcrncc I'aetM.
APARTMENTS SQKTU OF MARKET ST.
$30 — 3 r. and b. ; The Westsate. 1326 Hyde.
$40 — i r. and b.. apt. 19; 16i>4 Larkin.
$40 — « r. and b. : 1461 California st. nr. Hyde.
$37.50 mo. — i r. and b.: i:SCB Ptne st. nr. Hyde.
$30-$32.50 mo. — i r. and b. each; 1031 LeaTen-
worth st. nr. California: modern.
$32.50 to $40 — t r. and b.: new and beantlfnlly
appointed apts. : erery p«wsible conven-
ience; Jest completed; Redding apts.. 1679
Clay st. near Polk.
530 to $35 — Elesant modern apts..* 4 r. asd b. :
large baok yard, very sccny; 2301 Polk
«t. cor. Gre»n.
$27.30-$35 — 8 r. and b. ;253 Laguna nr. Halght.
$20-$35 — 1201 Pine st. cor. LeaTenworth; Mari»
Antoiaptre apts.; modern; furnished or
unfurnished.
$20 to $23 — 3 apartments. 3 r. and b. ea. ; Janitor
serr!ee. etc.; 1710 Larkin, Granada^ apts.
$IS-$23.3O — 3 r. and b.; sunny, modern apart-
ments: every convenience; XE. cor. flt:ifl«
and Larkin «t<.
4 r. and b. each: 1468 Fol-'oas St.; sunny modern
apartments.
FVUNISIIHU FLATS AND HOUSES
$210 — 14 r. Rnd 2 b's; elesantiy furnished; NE.
cor. Presidio Heights district.
$200—12 r. and b.; beautifully famished- fnr-
nace. etc.; near Pacl3c and SteJner.
$60 mo. — 6 r. and b.. laundry, etc.; 1161 Devlsa* '
dero st. cor. Eddy; completely furnished.
piano: all outside sunny rms. r stone steps.
$50^ — 6 r. and b. ; 56 Cushman near day.
$40— « f- *»* T b - fcme *f «*!-:jaany furnished:
$130— © r. and 2 b.: 2060 Scott cor. Filbert- ele-
gant modern residence. '
?^~? r - "'i 1- : 17eo O'»"«rre« near Flllnwe*. '
$30— T r. and b.; honse; ISS» pt ne nt.
$15— 5 r. and b. each; 1710-1712 Broderlck w
Bosh; 2 cory little cottages; lar^e yard.*
STORES. LOBTS. ETC.. NORTH OF MARKET
$250 mo. — Slse 19x90 ft.: very light- 2 entrance*,
rear and front: lar^a bsmt. ; "splendid loca-
sl7s— l3S Eddy near Mason; store and basement
$150— Loft. 26x137:6 ft.. 2d floor; pasaen^^aart
freight elevator: 125 Geary st m Grant
$123 — Mezzanine floor: suitable for milllvv etJ» •
can arrange for some grocad sV^
«~v T wlndow , ils^l- 125 Geary nr. r/rant 1T a
$100— Large store. NE. COR. Polk and Washrn*
ton; FINE BUSINESS LOCATION W * UB *"
$100 — Maybe less; large ground floor SDaei. Sttrin
ft. : close to Bush and Kearny •»•»«»»
$73 — Large Ught store with living rooms la •».-.
423-25 9th st. nr. Harrison.
$47.50 — Larce basement. 40x60 ft. : elevator ....
ice: close to Bash, and Kearnr mrf '
$45 — Store; 174 Church st. oft Market
$35— Large lijrht store, with 3 U-rtnsr •> «
rear: 1«32 nevisadero st. near SnA./*
$33— Store; 937 Ellis St., nr. Franklin:
$30— Large store. 1780 O'FarreU st. near nn
more; fine location. M *»"•
$30— Store; 1512 Franklin nr. Pine
$25— Store; fine location for barber aaoo- nta
Sacramento st. near Poli *» 19
$17.50— Store; Franklin st.. nr Ellis
$12.50 to $30— Large light rooms aßit.M .
light manufacturing or ssmnle roomie •
vator service: close to Bush .-!rS*' ele "
$12.50— Shoa; 222 Willow «t., nr. Frwi^" 1 '-
HOUSES SOUTH OF MJtBKET AND MISSION
$16:50—0 r- and b.; 116^ San Jose »,
nicely finished. c "• «>*«r 23d:
-. '\u25a0'
STORES. ETC.. SOUTH Or mip^-,
AND MISSION MARKE T ST.
$100— Warehouse. Hooper st. nr R»s. */»_~_
lnctading. cement mill : spur t-,- 5^ 230 "-
$75 mo.— Large light one-half stori ' \u25a0£;
near Market. store; '22 l»t «t
* 75 -KsS£ to^ 5 BtBUs; »>u»a« at . \u0084,,
$30 mo. e.ch-3 stores; corner sta cj^^ '
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