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THE bridge season has opened. Clubs are meeting several afternoons
a week, some for bridge and some for skat, and all'for stakes. These
are higher than they were last j-ear. The mild quarter of a cent
prairies of the past are altogether too stupid, with only two or three
dollars lost or won. A cent a point is usually played for, and not infrequently
2or 3 cents a point is the rule. By next winter the New York limit may
be reached.
There is one club that plays for 2 cents a point. Its members— there
are eight of them — are some of the cleverest players in the Francisca club,
where, by the way, Miss Laura McKinstry is considered the cleverest of all,
and where, too, it will be understood, stakes are not allowed.
The club of eip:ht meets twice a month at the several homes of the
members, ainon^r whom is a certain prominent matron, the daughter of a
charming lady of the old school, to whom the thought of women playing
cards for money is intolerably shocking. In her day gentlemen gambled, of
course. They played for very high stakes — as high sometimes as the value of
their homes. "There was Judge McAllister, who lost his residence near South
park in a game of poker to Judge Lyon, the grandfather of "Harry" Floyd,
who married Milos Gopcevich, the Servian streetcar driver, and died a
few years ago — and so on. But ladies never dreamed of putting a price... on
point? at casino. They enjoyed the game for itself, find there is no reason,
she believes, why bridge may not be just as absorbing as casino without
•stakes. At any "rate, she can not countenance playing cards for money in
her home.
So it happens that when the eight enthusiasts meet there.no money
changes hands and checks arc not written. In deference to her mother's
prejudice, the hostess provides prizes for winners, and the club makes the
concession of setting aside its 2 cent rule on these occasions. It I . is the only
house in it« set, so to speak, where prizes still prevail.
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Miss Dorothy Page has
bidden the group of deb
utantes and several of
their elder sisters for
an informal dancing
party to be given this
evening at the home of
her parents, Mr. and
Mrs.' Arthur PageV in
Belvedere. The party is
one of a series of small
affairs that the debu
tantes have begun to
enjoy before the formal
season opens.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
Hayne are expected
home early- in October
after their long absence
abroad, and will prob
abl.y pass the winter in
town. iThey have en
joyed many months
traveling through the
various cities of the old
world and have met
many friends from home
during their travels. The
Haynes have friends in
London and Paris who
have entertained for
them at elaborate par
ties.
• * •
Princess David Kow
nanakoa entertained at
an informal tea at the
Palace yesterday, when
the complimented guest
' of the occasion was Mrs.
Kate Voorhies Henry.
Another hostess at tea
was Mrs. Walter Greer,
who entertained several
of the younger married
set. *
• • •
Mrs. James Otis Lin
coln is on her way east,
where she will] pass the
early winter. She was
accompanied by her sis
ter, Mrs. S. Clark. The
travelers will visit their
brother, Charles Pit
kin, at Kansas City,
and later will enjoy
brief visits in Xcw York,
Buffalo and Boston.
• * *
Mrs. Horace Blanch
ard Chase has returned
to her country home at
Xapa after passing sev
eral days with her
friends in town. Miss
Ysabel Chase has been
\u25a0 visiting lately at Bur
lingame, and was for
several days the guest
of Miss Isabel Sprague
at the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Sprague.
Mrs. C. L. la Rue will
rerr.a'n at the Bellevuc •
.for the winter and will
be entertaine-d at a se
ries of parties this' rea
son. She has been in
Sacramrnto most of the
isst year, but during her
frequent visits here La*t
winter was extensively
feted in Berkeley as
well as in this city.
• • •
Mrs. Victor Blue, who
will pass the winter in
town while Commander
Blue 1s away, has been
entertafned during her
frequent visits to Mare
island and also has been
the recipient of several
informal parties in this
- -city. Among those in
the navy set who enter
tained recently for Mrs.'
Blue are Mrs. Duncan
P~">od and Mrs. Os-
Koester.
and Mr?. A. L.
Lenpfeld are receiving a
mrdial greeting from
their friends after a
long absence in Europe
and in Canada, where
they \u25a0 traveled chiring
•the late Bummer. They
will remain in town,
having taken apart
.ments at the Monroe for
:the winter.
..;" * • *
Mrs. Philip M. Lans
da!** will be hostess at
\u25a0 .some of the informal but
.none the less interest
ing- of the winter par
ties to be given at her
new El Cerrito home. In
the meantime the Lans
dale family will occupy
the Charles Vanderbos
house in San Mateo
driv«» until their own
residence is completed.
• * •
Mrp. Henry T. Scott
and her guest. Miss Lil
lian Goss, have been en
joying a late summer
visit at Tahoe. They
• *were accompanied on
the outing by MJss Flor
ence Hopkins and one or
"two other friends. Miss
Goes may remain during
the winter and be en
tertained by the Kills
boro set. She will be in
evidence at the dances
.'and larger parties in
town should she decide .
to stay for the season.
FORMER SOLDIER
WANTS WIFE BACK
Fred Delker Blames Relatives
and Lawyers for Suit
for Divorce
Losing control of himself -while on
the witness stand Fred Delker, a for
mer soldier and defendant in a divorce
suit, angrily shouted that if the rela
tives and lawyers would cease their
interference his wife would return to
him.
"I'll pay that man 'his counsel fee,"
"he declared, referring to Attorney J. E.
Colston. "All I want is that he'll let
ray wife alone."
Delker wrote to Judge Mogan re
cently, saying that his wife, who had
sued him for divorce, had no valid
ground for so doing and that lack of
money prevented him obtaining coun
sel. He asked the court to Investigate
th« situation.
Delker testified that after his dis
charge from the army he had some
difficulty in g-ettingr a fresh start* in
civil life, but that his wife was fully
aware of his financial condition .when
she married him.
"She is being led by, Attorney J. E.
Colston and her father," said Delker.
"I am willing to pay Colston his fee If
he will let her alone."
"Where is Mrs. Delker?" asked Judge
Mogan.
"I did not v thjnk it was necessary for
her to appear." said Col6ton.
"Have her In court next Friday,"
said Mogan.
Judge Troutt granted a divorce to
Helen Montgomery from S. E. Mont
gomery on the ground of desertion and
Judge Cabaniss granted one to Ed
ward G. Sequin from Lulu Sequin for
desertion.
Suit for divorce was commenced by
Richard E. Lake against Alice Lake yon
the ground of desertion.
SOriCTTOE ON FROBATIOK— OakIan-i. Kept.
23. — F. A. Hirt. a. former solicitor for "tbe
West Coast life insurance company, was put
on. six months" probation . this morning by Po
lice Jodre Samuels. High is alleged to have
. held back 5170 from bis collections. ._\u25a0
The
Smart
Set.
There will be a long
list of patronesses for
the Shakespearian re
cital- to be given by
Marshall Darragh Tues
day evening, October 4,
at the St. Francis. The
reader will present "The
Tempest" and the affair
be preceded by the
usual round of dinner
parties. There will be
several box parties and
the event promises to be
a social success with
several hundred guests.
The patronesses for the
evening are: X"7,\:
Mrs. Eleanor Martin
Mrs. Theodore Roose
velt Jr.
Mrs. Henry T. Scott
Mrs. Patrick Calhqun
Mrs. (Horace Pillsbury
' Miss Jennie Crocker
Mrs. Baldwin Wood
Mrs. George K. Men
• dell. Jr.
Mrs. Percy Moore
Mrs. A. L. Stone
Mrs. J. Leroy Nickel
Mrs. Ira Pierce v -;."
Mrs. W..H. McAllister
Mrs. "Wakefleld Baker
Mrs. CO. G. Miller
Mrs. Walter Dean
Mrs. Emma' Shafter
Howard
Mrs. J. H. Bishop
Mrs. XV. F. McXutt
Mrs. John Douglas Fry
Mrs. Fred Magee -• ~
Mrs. J. B. Coryell
:--.. • — '.. : , • ; ; V "tj»'?. :
Mrs. Carlos Ambrosius
has returned to her home
in Mexico after several
weeks' visit with friends
in this city and Berke
ley. Mrs. Ambrosius
was entertained at num
erous farewell parties
prior to her departure
for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Buck gave one of the
most elaborate dinners
of the week at the Fair
mont for 10 or 12 guests
from town and from San
Rafael.
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Dalton Harrison has
returned after a brief
visit at Mare island,
where he received a cor
dial greeting on his re
turn from a summer in
Europe.
• • •
•^ Dr. Arnold Genthe is
lingering in New York,
where he is being enter
tained by \u0084hls friends.
During the laßt week he
was the guest of Percy
Makaye at the country
home of the latter, and
enjoyed a round of en
tertainment.
MERCHANTS OBJECT
TO SLOT MACHINE
Threaten to Discharge All Em
ployes Caught Playing
Gaming Devices *
In a letter sent to the board of super
visors yesterday the Merchants* asso
ciation unequivocally protested against
the reintroduction of slot machines into
the' city, declaring that they were not
only a menace to" morals, but to busi
ness. The letter reads:
Understanding that certain peti
tions have been made to your
honorable board asking that the
use of nickel in the slot machines
be again permitted in San Fran
cisco, we desire to file our em
phatic protest against such per
mission being granted." in case such
action Is being c6nsidered.
.The playing of slot machines is
simply gambling and makes gam
blers out of our employes.! This
is not simply a question of morals;
it is also a question of business. As
an evidence of this, members of
this association have stated to us
that if the use of slot machines
is permitted, it is their intention
to notify employes that: any one
found playing the machines will be
discharged. , \u25a0 .
The city has succeeded in rid
ding itself of slot machines and it
would be a step backward to per
mit their use again. We therefore
urge your honorable body to deny
this petition. ;
The letter is. signed by President M.
H. Robbins and Secretary L. M. King.
SCANDINAVIAN ORDER
EXTENDS JURISDICTION
Brotherhood to Cover North
, and South America
' WALLACE, "Idaho. Sept. 23 The
Scandinavian- Brotherhood of America
\u25a0In session - here, has 'voted .to. extend'
Its Jurisdiction to include; all 1 , of .North
and South America.v Up, to this time it
has been limited", U>; the United -States.
Judge J.M. f Arnstori of • Tacoma has
been elected" president by. the supreme
lodge.
There are near1y.. 2,000,000 -horses 'in
the Australian commonwealth. '
THE SAX FBANCISCO CALL; SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 24, 1910.
MEETINGS— Lodges
GOLDEN GATE encampment No. 1,. 1.- O- /3}s>
0. T.— Rejrular meeting THIS (SAT- *Ifflr
TJRDAY) EVENING. Patriarchal v rte- ,^g^
grce. •- - J. F. NICHOLS, C. P. «*»\u25a0
c. a. stable, scribe. ;>;.:::..:.
EXCELSIOR Degree Irxlpe N". -'. j&SSBSb.
1. O. O. F., 7th and Market f"ts. — GSESSsRaB
Sffond dPCTPf THIS (SATUR- tS&SSSaI*
DAY) EVENING.
R. L. HUSTED, D. M. '
G. A. HUEBNER, Secretary. ;; : ;
THERE will be a special meeting of the Marine
. Firemen. Oilers and Water Tenders' Union of
the Pacific *on WEDNESDAY,. Sept. 2S. for
tHe purpose of amending the constitution" as
to the clause governing burial benefits. „ By
order JOHN' BRENNAN, President. -
PATRICK -FLYNN. Secretary. - -\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0
HALLS TO LET __„
VAN NESS HALL, 222 Van Ness ar., bet. Groje
md H»rfii fts. — Particular* on premises. r
LOST AND FOUND
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD.
$1,000 reward for Information and the return of
the Jeffrieg-Johnson rnoring . pictures, stolen
from tbe Valencia Theater. Address 1358 Wal-
ler Bt. > . -\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•:\u25a0;..\u25a0.":.;*\u25a0"-
LOST— One gray and black spotted shepherd pup,
male, 4 months' old; wears a brown leather
cellar with a little bell. Return to 554 Broad-
way; good reward. \u25a0- . ': . ' '." \u25a0
LOST — On county r«ad between San Mateo
and Redwood City, Black silk sacqne, Tuesday
afternoon, September, 20. Return to 1001
Jatkgon «t. and receive reward. .. ,'"*
FOUND — Locket; engraved. Apply Call Lost and
Found bureau, Sd and Market sts., and give de-
;.6criptlon. -'%\u25a0"/ ' ;% -:**,J
LOST — On Wednesday . afternoon, : lady's ..small
silver enameled watch, gold fob, with blue ; or-
ii a men t; reward. Sequoia Clnb, 251 Post ? »t-
LOST — Between 29th and Battery, sunburst;
Wednesday morning. Return to 69 28th -st.
bet. Dolores and Guerrero and receive reward.
LOST— GoId chain, with pearls, and silver watch.
Rptnrn to 3777 Clay st. : reward. '-. ;. --.;'.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
3IALE
BY Al ranchman, position as foreman; any part
| of country, alfalfa; preferred; thoroughly ex-
perienced and good horse and cattle man;
young married man/ sober and steady, who
has no desire for city. Address \u25a0H. R» F.,
2916 21at st. , . 1 .
CARPENTER seeks work from owner or agent;
reasonable. Phone Donglas 2935. after 6 p. m.
FANCY Japanese laundryman wants position in
laundry, hotel or large family, has many
years' experience and understands suit clean-
Ing work; wages 945 up a month; will do light
housework or cooking In small private family
city or country. ' Address J. : 0., box 4793,
CaU office. 1651 FtHmore at.
FIRST CLASS locomotive engineer desires a
steady situation; has bad several years* . ex- "
perienee in different countries; understands
oil burning: steady, sober and reliable. Ad-
dress box 4807. Call office. 1651 FlUmore st.
FIRST CLASS quartz miner wants position; will
go anywhere. Addreaa MINER, 1136 Mission.
FIRST CLASS hotel and restaurant cook wishes
' position, city or country. L. M. GOAN, 823
Grant ay.
GERMAN, sober and reliable, wishes steady posi-
tion on private place; can handle" horses,
plough. »milk. make butter and do all round
work: good references; please state wages. W.
MADANS, care Kuss ranch, . Danville, . Contra
, Costa county, Cal. _ * \u25a0
GERMAN cook and baker who understands milk-
ing and who is not afraid of any other work
wishes situation, city or country. Address,
f-tatlns* wages, W. HERRMANN. 3235 20th
et.. San Francisco.
JAPANESE good laundry boy wants position,
private family, city or country; wages $40
up. T. SUZSKE. 1430 Webster st.; tel.
West 5758. ' '
JAPANESE first class cook wants position in
small family in. city: has many years' experi-
ence and good references; wages $45 up.
FRANK KORINCHI, 1430 Webster st.; teL
West 5756. .
JAPANESE school stndent wants | position as
waiter at table; dish washer In evening; will
\u25a0work on Saturday afternoon. JAMES, phono
West 2503. Home 52808. .
JAPANESE first class laundry boy wants posi-
tion In family; wages $40 per month. 513
Hayeg st.; phone Market 929. . -
JAPANESE experienced boy wants position as
Janitor or hall boy in -apartment or hotel.
Please call at 1679 O'Farrell st,, FRANK
NAKA: tel. West 357. \u25a0 .- -
MASSEUR open for encagement; sanitarium
graduate; treatments given by appointments:
young man. Boy '4BoB, Call office. \u25a0
PAINTER, paper hanger and tinter. etc., wants
work from owners, city or country; '"have tools:
no job too email or too large. Decorator. 17
Henderson ay. ; phone Pacific 3064.
WANTED — By, roans attorney, position as as-
sistant In law office; nominal 'wages; refer-
ences. Address C. F. H.. Call office, San Jowe.
WANTED— Position by an experienced German
In winery or . wholesale wine house; is fully
acquainted with all branches of the business.
Address box 1. Call office, San Jose. •
YODNG man wants position of any kind; can
epeak no English. 'ltalian only; good refer-
ences. Address 4620 Mission st.
YOUNG Japanese laundry boy wishes position
with good family in city or country. GEORGE,
1773 Post St.; phone West. 7426. .-
YOUNG Japanese boy desires situation as
schoolboy; speaks English well. K. H., 1591
Post St.; Home phone 1274.
YOUNG man wishes work. . Address W. D.,
1466 Jackson st.
YOUNG man desires position- as attendant to
Invalid or »gp<l man. Box 20ft?;. Call offW.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMALE -_ .. | _"';___\u25a0
FIRE insurance — Stenographer and policy writer";
rapid and accurate; 4 years' experience; salary
to begin $75. Box 2295. Call office.
GOOD reliable dress maker wishes a' few more!
engagements by tbe day. 1647^ Market st^ !
Oakland; phone Oakland 6378.
RESPECTABLE middle \u25a0- aged lady would like •
position as working house keeper in >an apart- i
ment house for herself and daughter, or In a
private house. Phone West 2534. ~
YOUNG • woman . who has had nurse's trainlnc
desires position as traveling companion, pref-
erably to elderly lady. Address box 2011. Call.
\u25a0 - \u25a0 " " . ',> •\u25a0•
\u25a0-YOUNG woman with experience desires posi-
tion In private home or hotel as useful ; com-
panion to person requiring some personal care,
or to assist with one or two grown children
attending school, * and make herself useful.
Phone West 9049. - ;
MALE HELP WANTBiy^
"ARTISTS wanted— l want comic serial artists of
high order to contribute to my daily comic
, service; want men with the goods, none other;
Ideas and drawings must be rightr attention
to. all good stuff submitted;! run high: class
' newspaper service,' fastest growing In America,
\u25a0 because •I • deliver the goods ;. splendid chance;
'.'be quick; one finished sample and sketches de-
sired ; serie"*- must have possibilities \u25a0 for \u25a0 lons
running. GEORGE MATTHEW ADAMS, Peo-
ples' Gas building, Chicago. :
Wanted \u25a0 able bodied - men for : the U.S. Ma-
rine Corps, between the ages of 19 and 83.
Must be native born or aave first papers.
Monthly pay $15 to $69. Additional compen-
sation possible. 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 ' the world. • Apply at Cr S. • Ma-
rine Corps Recruiting Office, 85 Market St., San
Francisco. Cal. > . - • \u25a0*':\u25a0 •
MEN wanted; age 19 to 35; for firemen $100
monthly and brakemen : $80, 'on . nearby * rail-
roads; experience unnecessary ; no strike ; pro-
motion ,to engineers, conductors; railway em-
ploying - headquarters; over 600 men \u25a0 sent to
positions monthly; state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, care; Call office. :
IF you had 6. 0r, 10 acres of, our rich, level land
in Alameda * county you wouldn't seed to look
for . a . Job. INo matter how . little - money ' you
have, we - can give yon • a start. See PUO-
GRESSIVE REALTY CO.; 180 Sntter Bt. ::
MEN and women, learn the barber trade; posi-
tions guaranteed; we can not supply demand for
ocr graduates; expert Instructors;. xre- teach in
.8 weeks and pay wages while learning. Call
and let ca explain the Moler system. '234 3d st..
WANTED— A thoroughly experienced fancy goods
man to take charge of . department. v \u25a0. Apply
HALE BROS., INC., 11th and Washington sts.,
Oakland. ;;/-' / -:''. %-i',-S~ v ;\u25a0-.'.-
WANTED— First class Heather -worker to^work
on wallets, card cases, etc. • .Apply *at factory,'
Van Ness ay. and Sacramento st. rSHREVB &
. CO. : T .- '-: ;; i .-.'.:-'"::'^.- / : ,",'- v: ,:, -,:.;;.;
FOREMAN' .wanted .: for '-small a. manufacturing j
plant; 'one who can handle 'men to advantage; !
knowledge of mechanics * valuable; state ex-
pertence and salary expected. Box 1709,- CalL
WANTED— Young man -, to . assist, in bluing i and
general i office work :* most be I quick at figures;
state salary. \u25a0 Box . 2239," Call office. ;\u25a0 . . .„ \u0084
FIRST MATE and sailors for ; American vessel;
• South \u25a0 America '<, and ' return.' - Shipping office,"
\u25a0-. -. 11^ ' Steuart. ' st.'; -:-':;.^ \u25a0\u25a0:;.:-% \u25a0:-,'-.>r;'---.::. •:'\u25a0:.. \u25a0-\u25a0-\ y.V--.:
DOUGLAS HOUSE. .756 Harrison st. nr. 3d— Now
. . open ; : 200 hard finished 1 rms. ; I reading rm. ; hot
"** water; .rooms ' 2sc day : ; $1.25,; 51.50 : week. '-^.r
AGENTS WANTED TO SELLiWATCHESi AND
j DIAMONDS. ",• EASY- PAYMENTS; REF. « REQ.'
, BRILLIANT : JEWELRY CO.,' 704.1 MARKET.'
BENJAMIN LANGE, ; position ', vacant tat - Lynch,
' Cal. ; '• conditions as before.. Communicate with
MISS KATHRYN LYNCH. I Lynch. CaL ; - - --
MALE HELP WANTED
\u25a0:\u25a0-_'_;\u25a0: \u25a0.-'-'-"\u25a0 •\u25a0^..' : . .'-Contlnned ' y \u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0'.\u25a0:'*\u25a0 \u25a0 - -•.:"' ' <\u25a0__
r : 'L '•; r. : MURRAY :& >\u25a0 READY.
LEADING EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
... 782-784-786 HOWARD /ST.,
„ Bet ween Sd and • 4th . sts. . > San Francisco.
PHONES— Sutter \u25a0 1205 knd 1206, Home J1546.
'-..'>--. OFFICES:
tin and Broadway, opposite S. P. depot, '...••
_ t ' Oakland.
Phones— Oakland - 7561. Home : A 5745.
- 2d and Hsßtg.,- Sacramento. \u25a0-
. 2d and Main sts. and 128 Marchesanlt st.,
\u25a0"•\u25a0•_ „ \u25a0'•'"'. Los '. Angeles. -,';\u25a0 ' V -?;
. 528 Jackson st., San Francisco.
ALL FREE. FARE-: "
\u25a0\^ OREGON— OREGON ":;' }
KLA MATH FALLS. CALOR
CONSTRUCTION AND TUNNEL WORK
«™ /ENCB GANG. TRACK WORK,
500 laborers, teamsters, drillers, tunnel and
rockmen, $2 to $3 day. -
Trackmen, spikers, strappers, etc.; men for
, eectlon and ballast gangs, $2 to $2.50 day.
25 laborers, -fence gang? $2 to $2.'."5 day.
' ALL FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
MENDOCINO AND HUMBOLDT COUNTIES
;.:.:; SHERWOOD, -WILLITS
.: i Laborers, muckers, tunnelmen and \u25a0 drillers. :
ALL FREE FARE ;
CUTOFF, ROOKLIN TO COLF AX }
_ FREE FARE ' : ].<,'
Teamsters, laborers, rockmen.^ tuanelmen, drill-
ers, etc^ $60 to $105.
vv FEES FARE— SHIP DAILY ?
lif' WE ALSO 'SHIP,
FREE FARE,
SISKIYOU AND SHASTA. „„„„
25 laborers, logging, R. R., $67.50; FREB
FARE. , '
. ' - AND' DO NOT FORGET.
'MENDOCINO AND HUMBOLDT COUNTIES
-„ \u25a0 i. \ AND EUREKA. " "
BO > laborers, no experience required, to work
in mills, yards and \u25a0\u25a0 woods. $35 and $40 and
. found and $60, :
ALL FREE ' FARB3.
- i'j;. . SHIP }ON ALL STEAMEES. " > ;;
-:: :'-i - - \u25a0 ' FREE FARH \u25a0 ' \u25a0' . '\u25a0 -. '
TO THE SOUTH. r
BRIDGE AND PILE, DRIVING GANG. _
10 laborers to work on bridge, trestle and pile
**\u25a0 drivers, etc;, way down south, 567.50 to $75.
FREE FARE FOR THE SOUTH. '
MADERA AND FRESNO DISTRICTS.
10 swampers for the woods, big lumber com-
panies, $50 and found, free fare. *
MARRIED HELP— FRUIT. WORK. _
5 married men : with grown ' up families to
work In;. fruit packing house, country, $2 day
for men, piece work for women, long job.
DONKEY . ENGINEERS— FREE FARE.
' 2 donkey engineers, Dolbeer engines, for the
woods,! sso and found — FREB FARE.
MORE CARPENTERS.
-• 10 carpenters, concrete forms, for an electric
light and power company," $90. .
• WOOD CHOPPERS— TOOLS FURNISHED.
10 wood choppers. -4ft.- wood, $2 cord. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0
', TEAMSTERS— BOSS HERE.
10 teamsters, , new work;" boss here, $1.50 day
and. found. \u25a0•• : - .-
* LIGHT AND POWER CO. \u25a0
25 laborers, no experience. $67.50. •
FREE FARE.
. 25 trackmen : and laborers, company work, $2
to $2.40 \u25a0 day,~ free fare. . : .
: y \u25a0- -BUTCHERS. :.
s Slaughter butchers, make sausage, . $60 and
found, 0r. 570, board self; slaughter butcher,
sooth, $50 and found; driver, butcher order
wagon, $30 and found. " . •
10 \u25a0 married men with : grown .up ; families to
work in fruit ' packing house, country, good
' wages. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0'.-.-. "
TUOLUMNH COUNTY.
10 laborers to work in and around sawmills,
$45 to $50 and found. :
Spool tenders, edgermen and bell signal men,
all for Tuolumne county, $50 to $70 and found.
FREB FARE.
CARPENTERS— CARPENTERS.
.10 carpenters for finishing work: also some
concrete form work, southern California, $3.25
to $3.50 day, free fare. -
FKEE FARE.
' FREE FARE— DRILLERS. V• -
\u25a0 10. drillers for post holes," fence gang work,
Oregon, free fare, $75. * -
5 Burleigh drillers, near city, $75.
FARM HANDS— GOOD RANCH.
10 farmers, big ranch, $1.50 fare, $35 and
found. --\u25a0 : \u0084:v, \u25a0• --\u25a0 \u25a0>:•\u25a0'\u25a0-.
FREE FARE— FENCE GANG.
10 men, fence gang, Oregon, free fare, $60
FOR A GOOD
LUMBER COMPANY.
Spool tender, $60 and found.
3 tree f allers, $60 and found.
Signal man for woods, $50 and found.
2 line pullers, 2 peelers. $40 and found.
• .\u25a0•;•\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0;-\u25a0 AROUND A
DREDGER.
v FARE PAID.
10 laborers -for a big dredger company, fare
paid, $55 and found. -
2 deck hands, dredger, $40 and found.
-ELECTRIC COMPANY.
20 laborers, no experience, needed, $75.
" SEE OUR BULLETIN -BOARDS.
GET OUR DAILY LIST. .> , j
See who does the i business. -- v - ; " ?\u25a0\u25a0 j
MURRAY & READY, 782-784-786 Howard st. -I
\u25a0\u25a0:•'.-•' MURRAY & READY. l : |
GOVERNMENT employes wanted— Write r for
* San Francisco examination schedule, - Franklin
institute, dept 15T. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED^ — 600 men to occupy rooms, 20c to 30c
per night (free bath), at the NEW YORK, 753
Howard st. between 3d and 4th. - -
MEN of ideas with some inventive ability.
GREELEY & McINTYRB, Patent Attorneys,
Washington, D. 0. v .'-\u25a0'-\u25a0•'> "
PHOTO coupon agents wanted; good proposition.
SCHAFFER, 72 San Pablo ay., Oakland.
HORSE CLIPPER wanted at 148 Valencia st,
AN errand boy. MARKS'BROTHERS, 831 Mar-
-ket st. : : : .- : -'_ \u25a0 .: v-, ;- . ..-.-\u25a0 • ;•• :
NEW WESTERN, 1124 Howard— Single \u25a0rooms,
15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water.
MEN wanted at 103 3d st. to have their shoes
repaired; sewed soles 75c, done in 10 minutes.
BOYS and 'men wanted. ILLINOIS. PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. IBth-anfl Folsom.
WANTED TO LEARN TRADE
WANTED— Men at Los Angeles; no expense, ' to
learn trade of electricity, automobiles, plumb-
ing, brick laying, by actual, work on contract
Jobs; only few mos. required; 200 students last
year: catalogue free. Inquire 1623 Mkt., S. F.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARKER SANITARY . GHAIRS?~*~ V^~
Sold on Installments of $5 PER MONTH.
CHAraS, FIXTURES, VIBRATORS or HAIR
DRIERS sold on small monthly payments 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 3899. - : -94 Turk "st.
Al* 4 chair shop, pool and club rooms; rent 's4o,
5 year lease; will sell whole or half interest;
. wholesale district.^ Al hotel building.; corner;
everything new and : up to - date ; reason for
selling, partners can not agree. Call Saturday
. and Sunday, 1057 Webster st. corner 11th,
- Oakland, Cal. , \u0084.:\u25a0\u25a0...--.'\u25a0-----<;.
EQUITABLE Association of Employing Barbers —
Please meet Monday, September 26, at 25 7th
,Bt near Market. Important committeis to re-
port.' All employing barbers earnestly urged
to be present. W. B. GURSIER, President. /
WM. HAEGELE, Secretary. .
BARBERS— We invite your inspection of the
finest porcelain enameled barber stair manu-
factured ; ; the one > lever j mechanism -A surpasses
any other because of its, simple workings; the
beauty of the design stands above all others.
PACIFIC BARBER SUPPLY CO.. 962 Martcet.
BARBERS, attention— For I a few days, 2 ; chair
chop and pool table; everything new; first class
location; call and see for yourself* lease; rent
y cheap; price $275. 827 Telegraph ay., : Oak-
., land, r , - r \u25a0_ . . • , : - \u25a0 \u25a0_\u0084.- .;-._...; ,X : :- : ,;_.- \u0084:•;/
WANTED— A barber who \u25a0 understands cigar
\u25a0? making; ' good : opportunity ; for a factory; . also
a young barber with one orJtwo years' experi-
ence to finish trade with first class instructor.
Apply to address 1511 \u25a0 23d ay.. ? East Oakland.
WANTED— Men and women |to learn barberlng ;
-- so many \u25a0• have left for • good jobs, ?. must i have
more beginners; absolutely free to next 10. Call
S. F. BARBER COLLEGE." 790 Howard st /.
FOR sale— 2 second hand barber. chairs, mirrors,
; .work stand, basin, cheap for cash. - 401': 8th
'-;- st.;; Oakland. \u0084..\u25a0. .yy > : :" ;\u25a0;.;..• \u25a0..\u25a0,-\u25a0 \ ' .-:\u25a0'•;-
GOOD barber would like to rent furnished shop
'in country town; glvefujl particulars. Box
v 2065. CaU office. -\ * , •..„- ,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 ; : ,
FOR sale-^ chair nonunion shop; runs 3 steady;
V. a snap ; price $400. - Come and see ' owner ; at
,362 Third st. \u25a0\u25a0.;;-. .\u25a0•:• \u0084.\u25a0; \u25a0 \u25a0. !;;.-;;
2 CHAIR shop for .' sale ,* cash or terms; owner is
old and wishes to retire. J. W. BUXTON,
Elmhnrst, Cal.-; .- •- ,- , a . . ; , : -;.-. . -j \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-.~~. ~~ \u25a0_-
-AFTER you give him a "Beef Gall" shampoo
\u25a0 then - give , him \u25a0 Bauer's Tonic \u25a0 BAUER'S, . 59
v O'Farrell st. i ; : y:'' : .yy\'c~y.;'% : ~\ : - -;\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0-' y:--. -':jy
TWO H. D. chair shop ; good 'flxtnres ; good loca-
tion; rent reasonable; good reasons for selling.
. 406 9th St.,' Oakland,; Cal.: :'^ : i- /
BARBER \u25a0 shop ito - rent ; '\u25a0 good v location ; , with :• or
chair; rent reasonable. 1730 Clement
:-\u25a0 st; : near, 19th ay.' >• -:. r -.- : --,.-- : ;'...;. y ;-;\u25a0--.«; .:-
CHEAPEST poles and =• mirrors ': in ; city ; change
new chairs for • old*, small payments; ? : nonfor- ;
felting lease. 394 ,. Hayes i st. ; - tel. i Park 1 1242. ; j
BA RBEIt i wanted : at r once ; r good " wiges : bring i
tools. V 432 : 6th • St.;; Oakland. ", -\ ; .\ : j
.. .. .... . '\u25a0'....
BARBER wanted at 809 j 6th? st.-; V^"*; j- ; ;
WANTED— Barber -for Saturday; Is 4 guaranteed.
547 16th st.. -i Oakland: yy . .; - j s \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:.: . ;\u25a0;•:/•
BOOTBLACK .wanted. ,: Apply , a t 2052 Polk st.
G< JOD. ; barber -ivranteii;^for^Saturday J aud Sunday.
:••': oo2 > 6th \u25a0 st.j»uearj ßryaat. :j v • :... '
GOOD s-. barber .' for * Saturday ' and * Sunday. \u25a0'• -Tt
.-& -Market; st. y\y, y \u25a0\u25a0,•.-.: - y^-.y--\ \u25a0'-'..\u25a0
BARBER "wanted. '. 641.t,Vallejo ; »t. ; " rurniture
\u25a0-; ? for .' sale, -\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0,, \u25a0\u25a0;—-_ -;---.<-••-\u25a0*\u25a0-'-•?- --:: — <\u0084
Moriey-MaMrig Ways of Using Want Ads J
Serious business— -this hunt for capable men and TT [7 l?*_y^
women. Some consider it trifling. But it has been "1 H H *
worth the while of a Field, a Ward, a Swift, a 3^^p /^W Jl J^l6iiili&
"Wanamaker— it is worth your while. Wise organ- v
ization spells "Success." "Pick" your employes—: "S^Hp '*\u25a0 WSB£fS&^
the ones that bring in the dollars. Make it one of v\ yjmgßi '"•^^^^^B
your habits to run over daily, the "Situation W^ *
Wanted" ads on our Classified page. Or, better I a >
still, when you want a particular employe, write a &^ll j =s^^lvi^ P -*^^^^^ '
little Want Ad, stating just what you want and J£ j_^~ g^
insert it under the heading "Help Wanted." And ™™WjSligffc*^*
the results come to you in your private office — y^^^^f^fJKeS^W^AJ^
away from the crowd of the unemployed. The S^^s!&£>4w&' WGBUsSßttßstm/iW
cos"t is but a few pennies. Think of it! , na«\\ VW9W^ ttSW^mAWIB
; EXAMPLES
- CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYE WASTED-YOUNG , BOOKKBEPEB W AJTT ED AT ONCE B Y A I^^E
married man et about 88 years c*n find in this dr^ rK^S m i^iS^J^eSiMbStor aS
,• bouse a rare opportanlty to prov« bis fitness. Must - who U e*jf«We of growth * n toBom«Jhiri«B« «•'• f«2
be high -rrade. clean, and of rood •xperleaea. Stota «boul 04. State experience aad references. Address
references. ; Address 6 H 4fl. this ofdea: :•\u25a0:, ,- Q D 73. this offic*.
this is a day of RESULTS. The "make good" people are the VALUABLE J
ones. Our time calls for DEFINITE/ earnest work that something shall be
DONE. This is the spirit back of our Want Ads. Users get RESULTS, quick,
in a definite way— WHEN they want them, and WHERE they want them. It i
will pay YOU to keep up a habit of READING— and USING our Classified page. |
(Oopyri-rbtlSOa.ty Chrorge M*tCSew Adaau)
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES '
J -,^.i.-.-^1.95 > ?tl°!? tI °!' ied . '' : .r'.- -'- r,.^ .-'.-,. -\u0084
WANTED— Barber for Saturday afternoon and
evening. 175 : Church st. . . '
B ARBERS — Good 3 chair shop to right man
for sale. - 205 -Scott. st. V " : ; .
BARBER wanted for ' Saturday; wages $4. 522
7th et., Oakland, Cal. , -:. » \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0; ', ..- ' ': \u25a0
BOOTBLACK boy wanted; steady; to start Sun-
day.^ Barber ., shop. 612 Clay st. >*
BAEBER wanted steady. 1159 7th st.. Oak-
land. :, •- \u25a0\u25a0. ; ... :\u25a0::<'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' ' '\u25a0 - -
FOR sale — 3 chair barber shop, cheap ; in good
location. Box 2053, Call office. -
FOR sate — 5 chair barber shop; * best transient
shop in city. 13' East; st: opp. ferry building.
FIRST CLASS barber, young man, wants steady
job, city or country.. Box 2050, Call office.
FOR sale — 1 chair shop, 2 living rooms, furn-
lshed; rent $15; cheap. 445-Valenda st.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
• tary. W. BARON. 755 Mkt.: phone Knr. 53y.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAAAA— Young I women wanted as operators by
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Compaay;
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-
ATING ROOMS.
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILB LEARN-
ING.
PERMANENT POSITIONS. '
OPPORTUNITIES TO JDVANCB.
For full particulars calf, preferably between
8:S0 a. m. and 12 noon, at the Operating
School, Telephone Office, 2015 Stelner street.
; corner Pine. .\u25a0'•. \u25a0 '. ._'.'•\u25a0-.\u25a0 ' -
[ CLERICAL position — We \u25a0 want to secure the
. services of a young woman who is sufficiently
mature and experienced to understand and ac-
cept- the responsibility.; of work; we give.de-
I cide4 preference to those who desire steady. em-
I ploy ment;. preparation} a working, knowledge
'of simple arithmetic; requirement, neat, accu-
rate -work promptly executed; our offices are
located at the southeast corner of 2d and Fol-
som sts. ; the salary. Is $35 a month in the be-
ginning; apply by letter, in. your own hand-
writing, and state what your Experience has
been; no personal applications considered. " Ad-
dress Office D, care A. SCHILLING & CO.
OAKLAND. *
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
, WHILB LEARNING. 5
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. . DAVIS.
LADIES, learn hair dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and, Beauty Cul-
ture; diplomas and formulas given; Individual
instruction.. 967% Market st. bet. sth and 6th.
EXPERIENCED and Inexperienced girls wanted
for dried fruit packing house; pleasant work.' j
i Apply ROSENBERG BROS. & CO., 269 Bran-
' nan st. . . \ \u25a0 ..\u25a0 '--•;:, -v "\u25a0'•\u25a0. \ : yy.- ..
\ WOMEN to address envelopes longhand and to
i inclose circulars; two. weeks'. work. ; Apply 268
Market St., room 244. -^
WANTED — Competent I Catholic woman for gen-
. cral housework; good home. and good wages to
right , party. Address box 547, San Luis Obispo.
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, ialr working, !
massage; easy terms; evening"" classes. - The
New Mildred Hair . Parlors. 180 Geary st.
WANTED — Girl for chorus work. Call Princess
theater; 12 to 2. :MAX DILL CO.
WA'NTED — Waist, coat, skirt and sleeve hands.
J. . BAER. 1 1200 Geary St. . . \ . '
WANTED— GirI to assist with housework and
,' care of child 2 years. Apply 3044 California st.
WANTED— 6;. waitresses for Sacramento. Oall
' at.St.' James bdtel. -405 .Van Ncsa ay.*
EXPEIftENCED and Inexperienced girls to fall
.dried fruit. ,1301 Sansome. .;
WANTED— Good girl, general housework; wages
$25. Call 867 Fell st. -. ; \u25a0'\u25a0", - -.•_
WANTED—^Young ladies train for nurses;
paid while learning. .919. Brush at. , Oakland.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH. OF THE O ALL IS
AT 16fil FILLMORK ST.- _„_____:
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
AAAA— CANTON Bureau of Information — Chi- ;
nese servants; contracts for resorts. . Canton
Bank bldg.. 649 Kearny st. : phone Sntter 118.
PHONE PAC. DOUGLAS 3532, HOME C-4663,
C3l GRANT'AV.— ASIA* EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE
AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS. ,
AAA— ' \u25a0 . -\u25a0\u25a0: PHONE WEST 1731. : -. . ,:;
Largest - Japanese and . Chinese 'employment
office in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Laguna st,
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI, Japanese-Chinese Etnp.
.Co.; best help with care and gnar. 1513 Geary
st. ; phones West S6BB, Home 54058. ;
A. S.- HORI, reliable Japanese-Chinese ' help
. promptly furnished; open day and night. 1748
Sntter st. PHONES— WEST 2803. S2BOB. . ,
H. *\u25a0 W." HONG, 1 Chinese ; employment office, 805
Webster st., Oakland; phone Pekln 25.
J. CONN, j Chinese I employment" bureau. - Phone
Douglas 3166; Home C 5095. 785 Clay st. - . .
STAR sem p.; office ; Japanese-Chinese help. W
? 'KODATA. 160S Geary: tel. West 167. ; 54P0X. : -.
SAJLES^EI^ANDI SOLICITORS
-"^_- H '^^''-y -•"-.;.-' '. : :'-. . ; - : '^ y" \ '\u25a0'.:><. ' . .'.'•-.':
WANTED— 2 reliable salesmen, one for city, one
for country; : give ; age, ; experience and refer-
; ences ; \u25a0 Important ; opportunity for , men of abil-
ity. Address box 1712, Call office.
Two reliable ' stock salesmen : ; give age, "ex-
,; pertence and references; Important opportunity
for men of ability. , Box 491. Call office. \u25a0 .
. W A XTED-i-Good saiesma n ; : for Ins t a 11 men 1 1 lots.
\u25a0^ 475; Pine -st.-^Ay-'.. ',;.' -; ; ;- ;;:,, -,..;-:; . . -;
SALESMAN .-. wanted. 1 - Call -at Berkeley ! National
cßankc Bank bulldlES, rooms 301-311,- Berkeley, Cal.
AGENTS WANTED
STRONG, conservative life insurance company,
which is for the first time entering California
r f or the transaction of business, invites corre-
spondence from life insurance men regarding
• its general agencies in San Francisco, Sacra-
• mento and Los Angeles. Here are opportuni-
ties for ambitious men who are now special
agents to secure general agencies with a most
promising fntnre. Address box 1993. Call.
I ROOMS TO LET— Fur. & Unfur.
A COZY 4 home for respectable ladies, 1130 Mar. I
ket " st. near Bth. under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished: every
modern convenience; steam heat, electric lljht
«nd elevator service; spotlessly clean: centrally
located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
1349; price very moderate, ranging from 25c
per night up; special rates by the week or
month. See matron, room 33.
DEVISADERO st, I IZlfA — 4 nicely furnished
sunny upstairs rooms; gas range; modern coa-
venlencea; yard. \^, . _^
DEWEY HOUSE. 4th and Howard — All modera
conveniences; 200 rooms. 85c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
ELLIS St.. 1146 — 3 elegantly furn. rooms and
- bath, suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen or doctor's
office; reasonable. „
GOLDEN GATE ay.. 1001, opp. Jefferson square.
Sunny room, 12 windows; bath, phone; every
convenience. \u25a0
GOLDEN GATE ay., 1472 — 2 rooms, bath, unfur,
for bouse keeping, with laandry: rent $11.
HOTEL ST. IVES. corner of Eddy and Larkin —
" All sunny and modern; 5 minutes* walk from
Market; Eddy st. cap; $2.50 and up.
HOTEL NEVADA, 525 Van Ness nr. Eddy— Fur-
. nlshed rooms by the day, week or month; hot
and cold water; rates 50c to $1. and $2 to $4
per week; transient. Take, Eddy st. cars from
ferry. .
LARKIN St.. 1832. nr. Jackson — Newly fur. snn-
\u25a0 ny rm.; new apt, flat; private fam.: no sign.
LEA VEX WORTH St.. 961, above Bush — Snnny
furnished rooms suitable for gentlemen; walk-
ing distance. . x
MCALLISTER* St.. 1516— Large double outside
rooms; rent $10: batb, -telephone: newly furn.
OLIVE ay.. 546, near Octavla st. bet. 'O'Farrell
and Elll*( — A snap.: newly furnished sunny
front room for gent 3; $8 month.
OVERLAND HOUSE, 569 Sacramento st. below
Montgomery — Now open; 200 rooms; hot and
cold water In every room; 25c to $2 per day;
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
SUTTER St.. 2134 — Nicely furnished sunny rooms,
$1.75 week up: front rooms. $3 week up.
SHRADER. 528 — Beantiful, new. large, ranny
- ; - rooms; $3 per month for 1; $10 for 2,
TURK St., 1804, ccr. - Devisadero — Sunny furn.
and unfurn. house keeping rooms; phone; also
large parlors suitable for dentist.
WEBSTER St.. 1363 — Nice sunny furnished front
room; with or without house keeping; phone.
2 apts., unfurnished. $11: 1 apt. furnished com-
plete; modern; Alameda. 3014 Enoinal ay..
Alameda. . \u25a0\u25a0%.'\u25a0'•*'
OAKLAND ROOMS
FURMSHED AXD t'XFUH>7SHED
FILBERT St. 940 — For gentlemen; furnished.
sunny, alcove suite: closet, gas. batb, running
water, phone, washing. m»nijing: Sl2 a month.
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
BAKER, 316, opp. <G. G. Park — 2 sunny front
rooms; all conveniences; reas.; also single.
FELL st., 297, corner Goujrb — Large sonny house
keeping rooms, buffet kitchen, running water.
$14; 2 front rooms, $25; electric light, bath,
gas; walking distance.
GOLDEN GATE ay., 043, opp. Jefferson square—
- Furnished snites from $15 np.
HOWARD St.. 563— Front room and kitchen.
$12 2 connecting, gas or coal, $3 to $12;
' others $5 to $8. - . ,
OCTAVIA St., 1237. nr. O'Farrell— 2 furnished
\u25a0 house keeping basement rooms for men, $10;
other. rooms; bath, laundry. • .
PINE st., 1909, near Octavia — 2 and S room sun-
ny apts.; parlor, fireplace, piano; carpets and
." furniture new. .
SCOTT St., 2040, cor. Sacramento— Newly fur-
nished parlors; _ light bouse keepinz. Phone
West 2014. •
TURK st^'lZOS — 2 room sunny suite. $16 month;
also single basement . rooms. $1.50 to $2.50
week; every convenience for honsa keeping.
VAN NESS ay.. 811, cor. Grove — Furnished
sunny snites, ; $20; single ; rooms. $2.50 to $3
\u25a0 per week ; .cas, runnin a water • and phone. \u25a0' . .
VAN NESS ay., 2211 — Large front parlor, grate,
• gas, phone; sunny single room, $7.50; bath;
: laundry; 8 carllnes. \u25a0
2D ay.", 441— 4 modern sunny rooms, complete
for house keeping, with piano: also 2 rooms.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1651 FILLMORE ST.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED— B rms. for hskpg.; also d«ble rms.;
i ref. pxch.: good neighborhood. Box 2295. Call.
ROOMS and BOARD OFFERED
• AAA— THB WEMPE, 419 Oak St.— Single and
\-r double rooms with board.: $30 per % month pp.
BUSH \u25a0\u25a0: St.. 2355 — Large sunny " rooms, single or
-- double, with board; private family; rstes rea-
, sonable." .' .-...;
CALIF." st.;, 1541 — St. Margaret's club for girls.
\u25a0^'teachers, students, bus. women,' tourists; sunn?
rms.; fine bd.; rates reas. Fk. 3292. H. C 2569.
CALIFORNIA St., 2523 — Clean, nicely fnxnlsbed
• sunay rooms; excellent board; .phone; bath;
,$6 , and \u25a0$7 . per ' week. ?;'''- ,;\" .-".•.'
FOR list of Inspected rooms see DOMO DIBEC-
. TORY; saves time. , 11 to 2. 822 Crocker bldy.
PINE St.. 1030. . near Taylor— Newly furnished
\u25a0 sunny front room; private family; board If de-
.".jSlred. : .;-:, : \u25a0; . iT.y.ti." yy ... . : ; -..:..\u25a0 -\u25a0
PIERCE St.. 261. \u25a0'. cor.. Page— Good room and
board. I reasonable, . American and vegetarian
\u25a0ii: cooking. " . >\u25a0\u25a0 -.- ' \u0084.-.; ..,\u25a0\u25a0. -\u0084
PIERCE - St.. ;.815. nr." McAllister— Furn. . front
Tina., bath; fine neighborhood: excellent board*
; 2 people. $20 mo. each.
POST st., 1208, cor. ,Van Ness-^-Splendid. sunny
, furnished room for 2; first class French, board-
r.;all modern conveniences.' ' -,"' \u25a0 - ; '
STEIN'ER St., v 410—2 - «unny f oralsbed rooms
with board ; -. bath, :\u25a0\u25a0 phone ; - nse -of parlor. .-
ST.- FRANCIS GIrUV Directory/ Csatral ay. and
-yi waiter .: st., San : Francisco— A ' beautiful home,
.\ ' where old ladies, ; yoang girl* ; and little «hil-
\u25a0,; dren can. board very; reasonable. ..%^BSSMBHB
SHRADER . stY: 526-^Newly furnished rooms ; $8
g« per month for I.* iHOifor'2: hoani If <t^lr»<l.
ROOMS IaHd BO AIRD-—Berkeley,
MILVIA, 1624— Board and room," private family I
j- A $25. } Phoae: Berkeley ; 3322.-^ \u25a0 - \
I HOTELS
BROOKLYN HOTEL, 369 Ist St., 3 blocks from
Market — Modern hotel; board and room $1 and
$1.25 per day, $8 to $7.30 per week; meals. 25
cents; first class uerrice; choice rooms 50
cents; family rooms $1: rooms per week. $2 up;
free bus. CHAS. MONTGOMERY, prop, (for-
merly of the American Exchange Hotel. MonC-
gomery's Hotel and Brooklyn Hotel. Bush at.).
HOTEL BRISTON. 413 OTarrell St.— All mod-
ern conveniences; room and bath; $20 per
month; center, of business section: siagia
rooms at cheap rates; country trade solicited.
\ HOTEL METROPOLITAN.
975 Harrison— Quiet place for working people:
d£d?ZsL^ls -
AA— - — AA.
ALTA CASA. POWELL AND CALIFORNIA.
opposite Fairmont — Four to sir room furnished
apts.; large and sunny; marine \u25a0view; finished
with hardwood floors, tiled bathrooms, open
fireplaces: safe In each apt.: furnished wttii
Turkish rugs and mahogany; the service of a
first class apt. boose given while having all
the elegance and privacy of a home; refs. re-
quired. Under the management of MRS. X.
EMERSON,, o! the Charleinasne apts.
CHARLEMAGNE upts.. 1035 Geary St.— 3 and 4
rooms; references; lawn: garage for tenants.
AA— BROOKING apartment*. 315 sta st.— First
class except the price; walking distance; 3
blocks from Emporium; electric lights, running
water, free baths; rhone snd janitor service;
1-2-3 rooms fully furnished for house keep-
las. $2.50 week np; bedroom*. $1.50 week up.
DRISCOLL apartments. NW. cor. Gearr and
Jones^ — Open aboct Sept. 20; elegantly fur-
nished and nafurnlshed apartments of 1. 2, 3.
rooms and bath: e-rery modern convenience:
located amon? One hotels and- theaters: walk-
Ing distance: handsome lobby: references.
AAAA— Columbia Apts., cor. Ellta and Polk: 3.
4 and 5 room fur.; private halls and batlss:
hot water all times; steam heat; elevator: pri-
vate phones: every convenience: sunny; fronts
on 3 streets: best In city for price: see them.
EUCLID APARTMENTS. IS4O Van Ne«a ay .
Beautiful new 6 room apartments with hard
wood floor; steam heat; hot water and janitor
service: all rooms snnnr. MADISON A
BURKE. SO Montgomery st.
LCNDY APTS.. Stanyan st- at Frederick— Th«
most complete In the city: hot and cold water,
electric lights, baths, elevator service, janitor
service: every room In boqae light; rent reas.
AA— VAN NESS APARTMENTS. 2128 Van New
nr. Broadway— Elegantly furnished apts. of 3
mnxr 4 rooms; steam heat. elec. light, elevator:
' marine view; reasonable. Phone Franklin 2390.
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST..
NB. LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 23
RMS.. BATH: COMPLETELY FURN.: RE75*.
CALIFORNIA «t.. Sl5l. nr. Lycn— New, elegant
apartments. 3 rooms and bath each. furn. or
nefnrn.: reasonable: 5 car Une«: best In city.
FIRST ay.. 51, adjoining Presidio terrace — Mod-
ern 4 room apartments: JuiTinj-. lart*e room;
swell neighborhood. Representative at apt. 4.
ST. DOMINIC APARTMENTS. Bnsa st. at Jones
— Up to date In every respect: l-C-3-4 rooms.
BEST modern 4 room apt*-., turn, and nnfurn..
for the money at the Maryland. SB3 Page st.
EL FOREJ3T apartment!*. 825 Bush St.. nr. Tav-
lor — 3 and 4 rooms. fnrnl3hed or nnfnral«ib(*-fl.
ST. ELMO. 1452 Devisadfro st. — Furn. front or
.single. suites: bath: phone: all con.. $12 to $40
CHISMORE apts.. SE. cor. Bush and- Jones— l-2-
3-4 roomsr all modera conveniences: now ready.
DUNDEE APTS.. 736 Stanyan ©pp. G. O. Park—
Splendid far. 4 r. apt.. largo, sonny, \u25bctry re»«.
EUREKA APTS.. Mkt. and 17th sts.— Beantifnl
8 A 4 rm. apts.: phone, janitor service: roaay.
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. 2 and 3 room
apta.: hotel it^rrtco: rrrWato »Tfh. ; rnottt r»»n.
oaklandTlats~to let
EAST FOURTEENTH St.. bet. Ist and 2<J ays.—
' New 6 room fiat; large yard; reasonable to de»
slrahle peonTe: fc»v next rtnnr.
OAKLAND FLA TS TO LET
FCItSISHKP
THREE large furnished rooms; lanadry. bath,
coal and gas ranges; $15: free telephones.
212 ft Elm St.. Oakland, nr. 04th and Telegraph.
FLATS TO LET
GET MOORE' 3 FREE RENTING LIST. \u25a0
CONTAINING INFORMATION ABOUT
8 room Oats and apartments at $13.
. 4 room flats and apartments at $22.50.
6 room Cats and apartments at $27.50.
6, 7 and 8 rooms, $30 and up.
SPECIAL.
A 8 room flat, all rcrniaied for $73: rest. S2ol
HABRY J. MOORE FUENITURE COMPAXY
40 O'Farrelt st. near Market. * "
ASHBURY HEIGHTS: NEW; EVERY ROOM
SUNNY: 'GRAXD VIEW: BASEMENT: H A LL V
ENTRANCE; NR. PARK; ISTH OR HAVES 1
LINES. 279 TRE-MONT: $17.50-$3O; OPEN? ]
SACRAMENTO St.. 3275-90. bet. Lyon and Pre- '
sldio ay. — Elegant, modern Cats. 4 and 6 roonra
and batb: rents reasonable; agent on nreaiiMa
BALDWIN & HOWELL. 311-32* Kearny st.
AAA — 12 sonny. 5 rooms and batb, toilet; very
'low rent: snap. See owner today, 123Q 12th
ay.. Sunset, near car and Park.
GEARY St.. 1820 — Upper flat; newly renovated;
sunny; all modern improvements; beautiful
garden.
WALLER st.. SS.1 — Modern v*> to data 3 room
and bath upper flat; light and sunny; fine
view: rent $23:: ca1l la forenoon.
3 FINE modern flats. 7 and 8 rooms each; light
and sunny; rent reasonable. Apply 351 Devisa-
dero st.
PINE st., 2564 — Elegant, new, modem. T room
sonny Cat; choice neighborhood; reasonable
'. rent to desirable tenant.
HUGO St.. 226. nr. G. G. Part and 3d a-r. — Up-
per flat. of 7 sunny roooi*. nyiy tln,t»g.
BEAUTIFUL flat. 6 r. and bath. Just completed. "*
/ with . storeroom and garden. 3517 Sacramento.
BAKER St., 830. betiG. G."av. and Turk st,— -
Up to: date sun. flat. 6 large r. ; lawn, gardes.
NOE St.. 165. nr. lStb. 1 61k. north of Market—
-\u25a0Xew.-np to date, 6 r. and b. ; rent ch«-ap.
FRANKLIN St.. 1533 — Aa up ta date sunny cor-
ner lower flat.' 7 rooms and bath:, rent $37.50.
WEBSTER si.. Ill — New 6 room flat: carpets,
curtains; range for sale. Also 5 rooms. -
19TH and Noe — Sunay: warm belt; no foe; lower
"4 rooms $13, upper 5 rooms $20. \u25a0 .
21ST, 3349— Nice sonny flat of 6 rooms aad
. bath,; .rent reasonable. - -
ZD ay., 147. near Lake st.— Attractive, sunny
6 r- top flat. $21. . Kej at the door.
MISSION st.. 3214— 6 - sunny rooms and hath* ' -'
mod«ro:>.reat $25: 15 days* -rent free.
DIAMOND st.. SIS. nr. ,24th— Fiat to let. 3
! larsre stinny \u25a0 rooms and bath.
FOLSOM *t. nr. 13Ui — Modern clean flat, 4
brooms and. bath. ; inclosed . porch: teat $17.
TURK - st., 1780 — M'odera sonny \u25a0 apartment flat j
[\u25a0teat $23 & monUi* '- ; - - : -~ — *
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