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THE latest lion is Prince d'Arbro. He is polished and charming, re
sponds to kindness and has graced a number of occasions in the last
week. There is an alluring atmosphere of mystery about him, yet he
is unquestionably authentic. At the Greenway party Monday night
Prince d'Arbro danced with the debutantes. Looking back, there is. an im
pre??ion that he was alcme in this, but one can't be too sure. There may
lave been others.
Pefore the dance he had been dined by the De Sablas. A report was
rirculated that he was an Kgyptian pasha. He is dark and dreamy looking
though not at all somnolent, like previous pashas or sultans), so it seemed
-rediblf. Some one a«ked his hostess.
"'Really, I don't know very much about him," she answered, vaguely;
'but I do know he'« bona fide/
It sounded horribly ossified — a< though the prince were hard and un
riflding in his composition some way, or like terrapin, which obviously was
lot what Mrs. de SaMa meant at all.
Whether or not he was a pasha, the prince*danced in the English manner,
vhirltnjr in decorous circles without stopping. It was said he had been
\u25a0ducated in England and had spent most of his life in Paris. He spoke
French fluently, and English also. Some of the men thought it would be
ntere«ting to know what he thought of Roosevelt's London speech, and the
vomen wondered if he had, a harem. One girl decided to ask. She believed
t might be discreetly done by saying:
"Arc you at all married, prince?"
The Crockers. who had introduced Prince d'Arbro at their dinner dance,
cnew all about him. but it did not seem necessary to give details of his
luthenticity. All that most of the Greenway guests knew was that the
>rincc was bona fide, which the Dc Sablas were sure of. Finally- the czar
applied further fact?. The}' were almost sensational. Prince d'Arbro is
he Rockefeller of Roumania. one of the richest princes in Europe, a graduate
»f Oxford, unmarried, and traveling for pleasure. His stay in San Francisco
\i!l extend over several week?, and he considers Miss Alexandra Hamilton
he most beautiful girl in California.
Mr. and Mrs. A. \A .
F«ster will entertain at
as elaborate dinner Fri
day evening, December
T*. at the Fairmont pre
ceding the Greenway
dance.
The Misses McClellan
have returned to San
Jose after a brief visit
•with friend? in this city,
and have joined their
parents. General an<l
Mr?. John MoClellan. at
the V>n<lome, where
they are passing the
winter.
• • •
r»r. a~!<1 Mrs=. J. Wlif
*on Sh*<Ms entertained at
an informal dinner par
ty trlv»n Wednesday
everSns: »i the St.
?*rsnri!s for less than a
doz^n guests.
The news tha* the
<~"in<?erellas will give a
dan.c in January win
V,* ,-eoetveiJ with delight
by the society matrons
and maids who attended
the dance last season.
The club will be revived
for an elaborate party
early in the year, ar
eording to the present
I'lan. and there will be
about 4l»n guests after
the old custom. Among
those who guided the
«'inderellas Jo a
(success at the last party
were the following pa
tronesses:
Mrs. Hsrry Ps!«-<vk
Mr?. William Bmirn
Mr*. r;<x»ipp B<v«l
Mr*. Thnma* Brwip
Mrs Jnlm J. I?ri«-c
Mrs. Trnstnn B<*a!" ;
Mr*. Fran^f Csirn'isn
Vrs. W. 1.. Eikin* Jr.
Mt>. r/innro 1 P.Tre
Mlm .i»nn> Fl-wwi
Mrs. William Ovrin
Mr*. <";«f>rc<> H^wsrd
Mr*. John Kittle
Mr*. Perrr Moore
Mrs. flmrlPf Fflfe
Mr«. Oo'tw PiiK-kf.rd
Mrs. Willis F^lk
Vr*. GeruM Psthbone
Mrs. W. S. Te-1s
Mrs. WMlijim Tnbb*
Mrs. William Matson,
BFsistcd by her daugh
ter. Miss LurUne Mat
pon. entertained at an
informal tea yesterday
at the Ft. Francis hotel.
Among those who en
.ioyed the affair were:
Mi*s Lillian Vsn Vorst
> f i*» D<-Tnth.T Vsfl Sl-kJen
Mis* Anna Olner
MX« Amn'.ia Pimrxwn
Mi»* Grs^e OiheoTj
Mi**- Murpiiret Prott
y.ui riT» <i»> ppcp U c
ITlac Nsfdlie Hunt
Mif« Murciirrite I»oe
• • *
Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Richards entertained at
one;, of the elaborate
dinner parties of the
week at the Bellevue.
An hour at bridge fol
lowed the dinner. The
decorations were roses
snd ferns and the favors
were silver souvenirs.
Alameda High to Play
Belmont Tomorrow
A!»m#<la high school will clanh with
the Belmont mflltary academy tomor
row morning on the^ Belmont campus in,
a jrame of Amprican football. These'
two teams are undoubtedly thestrong
*f=t pr*»p school teams playing: the old
pa me, and the contest Is creating much
talk In school circles. It> is not an
academic league game, but merely the
annual contest between the two schools.
Alameda has a veteran eleven, while
there are but three veterans on the
Belmont team, but William Reid's abil- ;
Sty to turn out a crackajack team with,
but little material is well known and
he will undoubtedly spring some sur
prises on the boys from across the bay.
The Belmont team will average 152,
while Alameda Is a few pounds heavier.
Pete Smith will referee; George irfcell,
umpire; Sid Holman will be field Judge,
and J. Bishop head linesman.
The lineup:
BelBVWt. Position. ' Alameda.
Jone*. Kenny Center fieagrave
Maze Right guard.... Antbosy
Barker Right tackle Da vis
I'unbam. l/>o»e Rigbt end .Ives
C. Lane Left guard Howe, Madsea
Ptmjjrsrd <Capt.)..Left tackle., B. Bruzzone
T. Lace Left <>nd . M. Bruzzone (Capt.)
I^atimer ..Qnarter Mackie
Huntler It i eh t half Klser
Brown Left ha1f..... Hasklns
McHenry ....Full Jacobs, Etter
BJG 1.13AG18 CONTRACTS.
NEVf YORK. Nov. 17. — President
Lynch of the National league an
nounced approval of the following con
tracts tonight:
With Cincinnati — John W. Bates.
George McQuillen and R. J. Egan, all
1511. Rl
With New York — Arthur Devlin,
1311.
The
Smart
Set
The bridge party* is in
high favor this week.
Mrs. Frederick yon
Pchrader entertained a
score of army matrons
at the favorite diversion
yesterday at her home
in Pierce street and
served tea afterward.
Mrs. Charles Deering
will entertain at bridge
this afternoon and Mrs.
John R. Robertson -will
be a bridge hostess for
more than a score of
gnrsts. Among the
younger girls who en
tertained at bridge in
tlie last few days were
Miss l)a Sonntag and
Miss Helen Bowie and
both had a large num
ber of guests.
• * •
Mrs. T. T. Williams
and Miss Helen Wil
liams are at the j?t.
Francis for a brief stay.
They are being enter
tained by their friends
during their visit.
Lieutenant Richard
Furnival. United States
army, will leave in a
few days for the south
ern part of the state,
where ) 1P w jh ne enter
tained by friends during
his leave of absence. He
will return to this city.
• • •
The home o f Mrs.
Emma Shafter Howard
in Pacific avenue will
b« the scene of a bril
liant affair this evening,
when Miss Margaret
Kemble will present the
opera "Monna Vanna."
The music is by Henry
Fevrier and the libretto
by Maurire Maeterlinck,
as it was produced in
Paris last season. There
will be a large assembly
of guests at the musi
cal c.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. C N.
Belshaw have returned
from their country home
at St. -Helena and . are
established nt the St.
Francis for the winter.
• • •
Miss Marguerite Doe
entertained a dozen girls
at an Informal luncheon
yesterday at the Palace.
The table decorations
were autumn leaves and
chrysanthemums, with a
center piece of foliage.
Each guest received a
corsage bouquet of vio
lets. »
• • •
Miss Marie Louise
Foster was hostess at a
delightful tea given
yesterday for a score of
girls who were bidden
to meet Miss Edith
Lowe, the fiancee of
Hans Wollmann.
'Dad' Moulton, III, Thinks
Stanford Won
[Soecial Dhpatch to The Call]
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Nov. 17.~
Slowly convalescing at his home in Palo
Alto. Dad Moulton, Stanford's veteran
trainer. Is happy In the thought that
his proteges, the cardinal varsity, came
out of the struggle last Saturday vic
tors. At the time of the game. Dad was
too 111 to go. although only after his
wife's pleadings to him and the doc
tors stern commands that he rest was
he persuaded to remain at home.
At that time, although the genial old
man was very ill. he was not too 111 to
be Intensely interested in the game
and anxious to know how his "boys,"
some of whom had been Injured in prac
tice games, stood the hard struggle.
When the result of the game was
known in Palo Alto it was thought that
the shock of knowing the defeat of
the cardinals would result disastrously
for the old trainer, and he was told
instead [ that the men he had watched
over all the season hadi triumphed by
a score of 15-6. Immensely pfeaned at
this. Dad became easy and passed the
first restful night since his illness had
begun.
He will not be told of the real, result
until two weeks - have passed, and in
order to make sureof. this, no visitors
are to be allowed to ; see him and : all
magazines and newspapers are being
kept away from him.
Although Sam Bellah did yeoman
service at the game in Dad's place in
looking after the Stanford men . who
were Injured, the presence of Dad on
the field wassorely missed. This was
the first big game he had not attended
since he had come to train the Stanford
athletes/ '\u25a0<- :• \u25a0 ' — -\u25a0- <-»"»*•*
CALIFORNIA MAY
REVIVE BOATING
— ' r
Fate of Sport Will Be Decided
by Vote of Associated
Students
[Special DUfiatch to The Call]
BERKELEY,. Nov. 17.— At, a meeting
of the executive committee of the as
sociated students It was decided to
submit the question of re-establishing*
boating: as an intercollegiate sport to
an advisory vote of the associated
students. Two years ago boating: was
dropped from the liet of intercollegiate
sports because it was argued that the
sport was too expensive and that there
were no proper facilities for boat rac
ing in this vicinity. Since that time
boating has been carried on by the
boat clubs at Stanford and at the uni
versity of California, and last ye<ar a
regatta was held on Oakland estuary.
This year the executive committee of
the associated students at Stanford
University has decided to put boating
hack on the list of intercollegiate
sports provided that California will do
the same. G. A. Haves, president of
the associated students of the uni
versity of California, ' states that the
matter will, be put to a' vote of the
student body* within the next ten days.
Meanwhile the boating men of the
university are active and preliminary
iwork for the development of, a crew
is In progress. Two of the varsity
crews were on the water yesterday af
ternoon engaging in light fall train
ing. From now on those out for the
crew will be on the water twice a
week, and if possible, three times a
week. This has been impossible here
tofore on account of the number of
crew men who were working on the
Rugby squacl. Considerable time will
be spent during the remainder of this
term in teaching new s men, and every
afternoon ar number of veterans will
be down at the water, for the purpose
of instructing the new candidates.
Yesterday's row extended over the tW;O
mile intercollegiate course on the Oak
land estuary. '.'.' ,
The following crews were •• on the
water yesterday:
First varsity— No- 1,' S. P. Colt; No.. 2. W.
Wilson: No. 3. W. H. Schroeder; No. 4. C. Benl;
No. 5. R. Maynard; Nn. 6. E. Ball; No. 7. T.
Davidson; stroke, S. Malatesta; coxswain. Hut
ton.
Second varsity — No. 1, W. . Diaz: No. 2, R.
Qutttioe: No. 3. E. Shaw; No. 4. J. F. Fuller;
No. 5, E. Cope: No. 6, T. G. Mark-wart; No. 7,
E. Brown; stroke, R. Eaton; coxswain, E. A.
Captain and Mrs. \
Allen Haynes will spend'
the winter at Fort
Baker, where the cap- !
tain is in command.
They will entertain at a
series of informal af
fairs. Major John W.
Ruckman and Mrs.
Ruckman have left the
post and will be in town
for a few days before
sailing for the Philip-
Th*» dance to be given
tomorrow evening by
the girls of the Alpha
Phi sorority will be held
in the white and gold
ballroom at the Fair
mont and will be at
tended by a large num
ber of guests. Among
those who will be host
esses are:
Miss Dorothy Parker
Mi»s Orsce Cflbnon V. ; \u25a0
Miss Jean Wbeeler
Ml** Lurllne Matron \u25a0
Mi«s Elizabeth Wheeler
Mist Dorothy Allen
Miss Clsraseott Oondleu
Mr*. Albert Vance
Mis* CreßS.v Stone
Miws Rose Barker
Miss Florence Aik»n
Miss Dorothy Mann
Miss Ellse Young
\u25a0 • • -" \u2666 .* :.
The engagement of
Miss Sally Simon and
Paymaster. Kirby Van
Mater was announced at
an informal tea given
yesterday by Mrs. Man
ley D. Simons. The bride
to be is popular In the
service set and passes
her time partly in the
city and partly at Benl
cia. The wedding is to
take place December 10
and will be a pretty
affair with the military
appointments.
Miss Barbara Parrott,
who accompanied the
Vicount and Vicomtesse
Phlllippe de Tristan
home from Paris, is re
ceiving a cordial wel
come from the younger
set. She is at the home
of her grandmother,
Mrs. Abby Parrott, at
San Mateo, but will be
a frequent visitor in the
city this winter.
Mrs. Fletcher Ryer
will entertain a score of
guests tomorrow even
ing at the Fairmont.
Another dinner hostess
of the evening will be
Mrs. William Fries, who
will have about the
same number of guests.
• • •
. Mrs. Norman Liver
more entertained at one
of the Informal
luncheons of the week
in* compliment to Miss
Margaret Roosevelt, the
young visitor from New
York, who has been the
feted guest at several
parties.
No More Enlargements
of U. C. Bleachers
BERKELEY. Nov. 17. —The regents
of the university will not allow a fur
ther enlargement of the bleachers on
California field, and the seating ca
pacity of the football stadium has now
reached its maximum.
The action of the regents followed
the submission of a petition from resi
dents in the vicinity of Bancroft way
and Bowditch street asking that no
bleachers be built at the south en.l of
the field as planned. New bleachers
erected prior to the big game at the
north end of the fl*»ld accommodated
more than 2,000 spectators.
Objection was made by residents in
the vicinity of the field that the bleach
ers are unsightly and detrimental to
propery values. .
MEETINGS—LODGES
A. & A. S. It. of Free Masonry, San
Francisco Lodge of Perfection No. TST
I—Seventh.1 —Seventh. Eighth and Ninth De- *«
• green THIS FRIDAY. November «vlk
IS, 1010. at Bp. m., GoU>n Gate /»£«r\
Commandery hall. 2133 Sutter et. M'fwi
HENRY ABCROFT, Secretary.
2135 Sutter st. yCtujSAf
KING SOLOMON'S chapter No. 95. R. _gBWBBri
A. M., 1739 Fillmore fit—Th* Mark bs*3j&&
Master. rlrerpp will be conferred If Tida Js
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING-. «t sr«rl
o'rlork. after tb« 'stated mretiriß. wslaSsi
HARRY BAEHR, Secretary. \u25a0 lUfii
CALIFORNIA commandery No. 1. K. T-— _.-_
Stnted a^nembl.v THIS (FRIDAY) "WsjH
EVENING, at 7:80 o'clock. Albert Pike JgW v 1v 1
Memorial temple, 1859 Geary Bt. Order
of the Temple. All fratem cordially Invited.
By order
HARRY MAUNDRELL, Em. Commander. <
WILLIAM R. .TOST. Recorder.
BALDER lodge No. 303. F. & A. M.— X
Sp pcinl meptinc THIS (FRIDAY)
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Third De-TC3f
gree. A. LUNDQVIST, Secretary, f^r*
A3IITT lodge No. 370. F. & A. M-— A
Special meeting THIS (FRIDAY) ,-J*_
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Thir.lJEJpT
Degree. T. WALTER WALKER, S<»e.\u0094 \
PRESUMO lodge No. 334. I. O. O.
F.. 7th and Market sts. —First *3ks3§§3s3i
nomination of of Brers FRIDAY
EVENING, Nov. 17. Full attend-
ance. 1 C. B. DOWNING, R. S.
CALEDONIA CLUB meets THIS \u0084 W ».
IFRIDAV) EVENING. November Sg 6S «3
1?. at Scottish hsll, 121 Lirkin Ft. SaJTJs?
Election of officers.
JAMES H. DUNCAN, Chief.
ALLAN J. MACDONAIJ). Sec.
UNITY lodge No. 61, K. of P.. will (£»_„.
confer the Knight rank (long form) t3l»
on FRIDAY EVENING, Not. 18, at 2§ML
8009 lGth ht. All Bro. Knights in- «j&isa&
vlted. By order
G. • C. HOLMES, C. C.
S. W. GATF.S, K. of R. and S.
> LOST AND FOUND
IT XOU LOSE ANYTHlNG—Advertise It
bere. It will be returned to you if an honest
person finds It. Remarkable recoveries are
brought about every day through this column.
Ir YOU FIND ANYTHING BRING IT
to Tbe
Snn Francisco Call J
Ijomt and Found Bureau ?
J*Mt& and M»gteet Street»<
Get a clelm 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 so, if proof can be shown.
Involves a severe penalty.
LOST—On Piedmont train at Key Route mole
Tuesday, November 15, gold plated sterling
fllver purso, $2.50 In silver, pass key and vis-
iting card. Reward at 049 .< 36th - st.; nhone
Piedmont 3504. •\u25a0:/;: --
LOST —Gold watch and arrowhead fob with
monogram "T. A. N." on back of watch.
Return to room 634, Pacific building; liberal
: reward.
IXiRT —A circular locket; diamond center- iu-
ltialeil 11. A. G. Return to H. R. GLEESON
22.14. Fnlton St.: liberal reward. c - \u25a0
LEFT In Castro st. car, bankbook and letters*
reward. H. F. MANN, care Williams &
Surryhne. 128 Sntter st.
LOST—Between the Emporium and Hale's, a
small purse. Return to 1097 Green St., apt.
7: reward. . r
LOST —Wednesday, gold ,watch witb-fleur de Us
pin attached; monogram E. M. M. on front
cover. Return t0'215 Vicksburg st.; reward:
SINGLE stone diamond screw .earrings, between
Emporium and Ellis and Flllmore sts.: Liberal
reward at S3l Van Ness ay.
LOST—Lady's gold watch \u25a0 fob, mark letter L.
Retnrn to 129 Haight st.; reward.
LOST—A black and whit* English setter bitch.
-Retnrn to 1270 Guerrero, at.;; $20.
EM PLO YM ENT WANTED
A —FIRST CLASS Japanese and Chinese cooks,
waiters, janitors,, porters, <etc.V- wish :to get
situations. ABIA EMP. BUREAU. 531 Grant
a y. Phone Douglas 3532. Home C4C65. \u25a0
AUTOMOBILE repairer; Al all around machinist
wants situation in shop, or contract with prt-
vate famUies. /M. M..» 1332 Hyde st.
CHAUFFEUR, strictly temperance, desires
sition with private family, or-delivery; doe^
own repairing; no "Joy rider.. Address »W. G.
.WARREN.". 1113' Lincoln ay.. ; V.:
CHAUFFEUR, competent, flrst iclass > mechanic;
familiar : with . all European ; and : 'American
, cars; excellent references. \u25a0\u25a0:• M.tM., {1632 Hyde.:
CHINESE-^First' class cook.V wants S position in
\u25a0. family in city.'. LOUIE, 810 Grant ay.; phone
China 413. "\u25a0:'
THE SAN FRANCISCO QALL. FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 18, 1910.
EM Payment WANTED
.._'- ' \u25a0 \u25a0" \u25a0'\u25a0 MALE— Continued —
CHAUFFEUR. \u25a0 first classes wishes position wlfh
nrm or private family- lost own car In recent
garage flre ; good i mechanic: will ' demonstrate
.._ ability; references. - Box f 7007. 1657 Flllmore.
CHAUFFEUR and thorough mechanic desires
petition In private family: city or country;
can operate any car and willing kfi teach own-
er. Box 7009. Pali of fl Pe . 1657 Fillmore. St.-
CHAUFFEUR (German), honest, industrious,
wishes, position in country; . <*an do own re-
palrlng. Address Chauffeur.- 68-70 Clara st.
EXPERIENCED valet who can give massage and
' do light cooking wants position: 1 good refer-
ences. Address HENRY PICHTNER. 660
California n.
EXPERIENCED carpenter foreman, all branches,
wishes position, city or country. Address box
ICS. Call office.
EXPERIENCED quartz mine foreman who can
furnish references wishes position at reasonable
salary. Address box 117. Call office.
FIRST clasn \u25a0 cook wants a ' good place — family
boarding houp«.. hotel or restaurant. CHARLIE
HONG. 775 Clay, st.. »
HANDY MAN. GOOD. STRONG AND WILLING,
WOULD LIKE A JOB. CITY OR COUNTRY,
AT ANY KIND WORK; REFERENCES.
PHONE SUTTER 1353. /
KOREAN%student wants a position as a school-
boy in a good family. • Apply V.. 232 Perry st.;
phones Dougles 4350. Home J3595.
PAINTER, paper hanger, tinter, gralner, , etc.,
wants work from owners; have tools for Inte-
rior and exterior work; no Job too large or too
small. Decorator. 255 Sth ay.. Richmond.
Phone Paclflc 3064.
PAINTER, paper hanger and tinter, has all
j tools, .wants work from owners; | day or Job;
good work: low prices. 1052 Capp st., phone
Mission 5818.,:
SHOW CARD writer, 25, good salesman for
men's furnishings, wishes position: also In
country. R. 8.. box 142. Call office.
THOROUGH and competent machinist desires
position to operate and repair high grade ma-
chines. Box 52, Call office.
WANTED— A position % by Al Janitor: speaks 4
languages. Address G. B. ANFOSSI, Ticino
hotel. 621-623 Broadway.
WANTED— Accounting work or a set of -double
entry books to keep evenings by a competent
person. Address box 2748. Call office. .
YOUNG man, about 24, wishes position in the
. mall order department of some good concern.
Address box 7066, Call office, f ,
YOUNG man with good reference, used to driv-
ing, knows the city well, wants work of any
kind. Address C. NELSON. 725 Oapp St.. city.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEBIALB
FIRST CLASS laundress and houseworker wants
a few more places by the day. Phone Mission
2450, mornings.
LADY willow worker makes beautiful willow
plumes from old feathers and boas. Phone
West 221: small salary or # by day.
LADY would like to go out br the day. cooking
dinners or lunches. Ca11. 1861 Laguna cor. Pln«.
LADY'S maid wishes position. jPhone Franklin
3203. . * _\u25a0:.::
MAN AND WIFE would like positions: man is
a handy man and ranch hand, gardener or
choreman, and the wife is a fine cook.' Please
phone Sutter 1353. t
NURSE girl will take care of 1 child; wages
$20; \u25a0 references. Phone Franklin 3203.
SWISS girl wants a situation doing -general
housework and cooking; German family pre-
ferred. 1630 17th st. cor. Carolina.
MALE HELP WANTED
ONE HUNDRED bright young men wanted to
qualify for stenographic positions; we can
. not fill one-fourth the calls offered by good
firms; can arrange for a few to earn expense*.
Call or address me personally for particulars.
ALBERT G. WEAVER, president San Fran-
cisco Business College, 908 Market et., S. F.
WANTED— Men without experience to work at
electricity, plumbing, automobiling, brick lay-
ing; learn trade few months; no expense; 200
students last year; $30,000 contracts. United
Trade School Contracting Co., 1623 Market.
MEN wanted, age 18 to S3. for firemen. $100,
monthly, and Drakemen $80, on nearby rail-
roads; experience unnecessary; no strike;, pro-
motion to engineers, conductors; railroad em-
ploying headquarters;' over 600 men sent to
positions monthly; state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, care Call office.
WANTED — A class A only gas engine sales
manager, accustomed to both stationary and
marine engine work, capable of taking charge
of our San Francisco branch. SAMSON IRON
WORKS. Stockton. Cal.
MEN AND WOMEN— Learn the barber trade;
do not be deceived by. so called colleges; get a
scnolarsblp under the Moler system and learn
right; 40 colleges In U. S. . We pay wage*
while learning. Call Moler College. 234 3d st.
WANTED — By real . estate concern, young man
for general j stenographic work: nominal sal-
ary; state and experience. Box
122. Call office. .
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d— Now
open: 200 hard finished rms.; reading rm.; hot
I water; rooms 25c day; $1,25. $I.AO week.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS; B.EF. REQ.
BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO.. 704 MARKET.
MEN and women for first class places. WHIT-
AKER'S INFORMATION BUREAU, 321 Bush
St.. room 107.
WANTED— An active man, good talker; big
money for right man ; $500 surety or cash
bond required. Call 323 Phelan bldg. .
DRIVER and solicitor for dyeing and cleaning;
experienced preferred. G. F. THOMAS, 859
14th st. .
ANDRE'S office. 1044 Larkin st. — Cook, commer-
cial hotel, $60; farmer. $30 and found; young
Frenchman to learn pastry, $25, and others.
5 JAPANESE men wanted to learn nice clean
business; will pay $15 to $25 week. Room
211. 915 Van Ness ay. . f
YOUNG^ man, minor, desiring business educa-
tion. Call room &V Golden West hotel.
WANTED — Boy in wholesale electrical ware-
house. Apply at 162 Minna st. near 3d.
STEADY man. light work, pays good wages:
$160 cash required. 966 Market Bt., room 7.
F.RRAND boy, dental laboratory; chance for
promotion. 3245 Mission st.
STRONG boy wanted; $6 a w«ek. PACIFIC
FRAME -C O.. 824 Hayes st.
BOYS and men wanted. ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. 15th and Folsom.
MEN wanted at 103 3d st. to have their shoes
repaired; sewed soles 75c. done in 10 minutes.
COUPON agents, new proposition. SCHAFFER,
photographer, 72 San Pablo ay., Oakland.
NEW WESTERN, 1124 Howard — Single rooms,
15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water.
5 MEN to make cigars; good pay while learning;
man to attend more. 11l Bth st.
FEMALE H A LP WANTED
AAAAA — Young women j wanted fas i operators by
the Paclflc Telephone and Telegraph Company;
most be bright, neat In appearance, between
the ages of 17 and 25 years, at fair education
and unquestionable character.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS.
PLEASANT BEST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE I.EARN-
- vsa. -i..- :•--. \u25a0
PERMANENT POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
For full particulars call at the Operating
School, Telephone Office. 2015 Stelner st. cor-
ner Pine. - - . : .- v< ."^V-
>5 SALESLADIES; must be capable and experi-
enced In sale of ladies' coats and suits. Apply
Saturday morning between 9 and 11 o'clock,
MAURICE'S, ,-
152 Geary St.
xIRL- for; general housework and '\u25a0 cooking, 2 In
family, for country, best of wages; cook.for
small American family in the ciry, $50; cook
for a ranch, $40: German , second girl, city,
$30; an Irish second girl for a Jewish" family,
$30;. a Protestant second gtrl to * assist , with
children, $30; a cook and laundress, ' 2 In fam-
ily. «35; general housework girl, 2 In family,
$30, Suudnys f ree . Call at MISS PLUN-
KETT'S, • IaOO Sutter st. cor. Webster. ,:• -
rYPIST experienced in the use of the dictaphone
to transcribe ' correspondence on Remington |or
Underwood typewriters; 'must, be 'rapid, "neat
and accurate: 'high, school education desirable;,
state experience in detail and salary expected.
Address box 123, Call office. . »; i
OAKLAND, .
SIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAiD SALARY
jEVI BTRAUSS & CO., 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. •
-V2.IES, lMlrn h*lr dressing at i OALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Cul-
ture; diplomas and formulas given; individual
rnstrnction. 967H Market St. bet. sth and 6th.
.<EABN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
massage; easy, terms; evening classes. The
New Method Hair Parlors. 130 Geary st.
'IRL'.for \u25a0'\u25a0 housework * and . cooking; good . home;
wageß $20-$25. 3859 -Washington near. Cherry.
EXPERIENCED saleswoman wanted. Apply, by
letter only, S.*& G. GUMP CO.. 268 Post at. N
WOMEN " solicitors; 100 per cent .'commission.
Call at Occidental, hotel. 9 to 12.v ; , ;;; :;•;..
Experienced saleslady. PRICE &
•>ON, \4l; Stockton- st. f : : ,;;\u25a0.:;!. : :'< ./ -
V" ANTED— ParIor « maid; K must be i, experienced
worker: reference. ;_•• 2724 \u25a0 Pacific \u25a0 ar.
URL* for Sundries,; department .of ;'. wholesale
\u25a0 house. Address box \ 124, Call : office, _
FEMALE HELP WANTED
- '\u25a0'-'\u25a0 ; *:
TEACHER for a district school. J.iß. STEARNS.
2142 Shattudt a y.. Berkeley. .f .
WANTKD— Young ladies to train for nnrses;
paid while learning. , 819 Brash; rt., Oakland.
EMPLO YMENT OFFICES
PHONR PAC. D^G^AS^SS32?~HOME CMCeS?
Ml GRANT AY.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESB
AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KINDS. -:
AAA— PHONE WEST 1781. • '
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of.
flee In city. T. TAMTJRA CO.. 1612 Lagnn* at.
~ WEST 5655— 54088. ~*
08CAR HATSCMI.
Best help carefully selected; guaranteed.
INDEPENDENT Employment Office Phone
Mfein 579. Basement San Joaqutn Valley
Bank bWg.. Hunter st... Stockton. Cal. \u25a0•
A. 8. HORI. reliable Japanese-Shlnese help
promptly furnished; open day and night. 174S
Butter st. PHONES — WEST 2SOB. 82503.
H. W. HONG. Chinees employment office. 805
Webster St.. Oakland; phone Pekln 25. -..--
J. CONN, Chinese employment bnreao— Phooe
Donglas 3166. Home C-5095. 785 Pay st.
STAR emp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 160S Geary; tel. West IBT. S-4908.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
FOR the month of- Nevember only, we will run
a special on-razors. Tonsorial Gem. $1.25 each,
three for $3; Chimes, $2.25 each, three for
$6.50; Mission. $1.50 each; Wet or Dry. $1
each: the old reliable Bine Steel, $2 each, three
for $5.75. Call and see hb at 60 Sixth »t.. S.
F.. or 373 12th .st.. Oakland, Cal. BECKEL
& PRESHER, lpc.
BARBERS, don't sacrifice your barber chairs,
furniture or tools before you see Stoltz, 731
Market st.. where you receive full value in
cash; he also exchanges anything in that line;
you can also borrow money on them at low in-
terest. Remember the number, 731 Market st.
RENT half of store for ladles' hair dressing or
manicuring parlors; hotel on O'Farrell st.;
only those meaning business need reply. Box
151. Call office.
$600 buys 3 chair shop; baths; 25c shave; no
Sunday work; good business; long lease; rea-
son for selling. W. R. GREGORY, box 401,
Point Richmond.
WANTED — Men and women to leara barberlng;
we teach in 8 weeks; no limit to time. Call
8. r. BABBESK COLLEGE, 790 Howard at.
near 4th.
BEST pew chairs; also Koken's white chair, and
Ml kinds on the market; new mirrors: nonfor-
felting lease. 394 Hayes St.; phone Park 1242.
3 CHAIR barber shop for sale; cheap rent;
present owner 13 years In same location: retlr-
lng on account of sickness. Call 1494 Valencia.
BARBER, union man, $19 guarantee and rent
my 4 room house. $16.50. unfurnished. Ad-
dresw box 154. Call office. -
2 CHAIR shop for sale, with living rooms com-
plete; will bear inspection. Dwight way and
Telegraph ay., Berkeley. ' '\u25a0*;
FOR sale — 2 hydraulic chair outfit, as good aa
new; cheap for cash. Room 1, 053 Clay St.,
Oakland.
FIRST CLASS barber wishes a morning Job,
or from opening till 4 or 5 o'clock job. Ad'
dress BARBER. 2239 Sntter st.
BARBER wanted at S44;Market st. '
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday and "Sunday.
2408 California st. nr. Flllmore.
BARBER wanted from Saturday noon to Sunday
noon. 1008 Guerrero st. near 22d.
BARBER wanted; Saturday, Sunday. 622 Front
- street.
BARBER wanted for Saturday s.nd evenings.
. . 25th and Myrtle sts.. Oakland.
BARBER wanted steady. 362 3d st.
BARBER wanted steady. 539 Turk st.
BARBER for Saturday. 10S2 Folsom st?
near 7th. \u25a0.•"\u25a0. \u25a0".'-:'\u25a0\u25a0,
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday. 17S0 7th
St., West Oakland.
BARBER for Ne.Tad*. $25 guarantee; fare ad-
vanced. Call at 20 3d St.
FIRST CLASS porter (colored*, now emp.. wlnhes
country position; state wages. Box 100, Call.
FIRST CLASS barber wants a steady position.
Address box OS, Call office.
BARBERS' UNION 148. office 343 Van Neaa ay.;
free employment; tel. Market BS9. - -.
BARBER wanted for Saturday nights, steady;
from 8 o'clock on ; good . wages. ' 2200 Bryant,
BARBER wanted; steady; good wages. 606 Bth
st.. Oakland.
BARBER wanted; steady: 10c shop; commission
paid. 410 6th St.. Oakland.
THREE chair shop for sale; cash or easy terms.
Call 641 Vallejo st.
EASY money; use "Beef . Gall" shampoo. At
Bauer's Barber Supplies. 39 O'Farrell st. •
3 KOKEN chairs and outfit, first class condition;
very cheap. 3473 Mission St.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.: phone Kny. 5584.
SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
Two reliable stock salesmen; give age, experi-
ence and references; Important opportunity for
men of ability. Box 491, Call office.
WANTED— Salesmen, experienced magazine men,
to represent "Current Literature." Nineteen
volume premium and the magazine for $13.
Entirely new proposition, never has been shown
on the coast; highest commissions. Apply after
1 p. m.. CURRENT LITERATURE PUBLISH-
ING COMPANY. 413-417 Paclflc bldg.
WANTED— Representative for prominent Phila-
delphia mill,- manufacturing tapestry portieres,
couch covers, sunfast materials, -etc.; state ex-
perience and where you can be reached, so in-
terview may be arranged. Address S. T. ROSE
. Palace hotel.
SOLICITOR for Daily Transcript: salary, com-
misslon or half Interest. ; 952 Bdwy. Oakland.
RENT THAT VACANT ROOM
A 6MALL 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 be-
sides. Phooe Kearny 86 for an ad man to call
and see you.
ROOMS TO LET ~~
FURNISHED AND . UNFURNISHED
A OOZY home for respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
. ket st. near Sth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ABMY; elegantly furmshed; everj
modern convenience ; eteam heat, electric light
and elevator service: spotlessly clean; centrally
located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
1349; prices very moderate, ranging from 28c
per night ; np; special rates by the week or
month.: See matron, room 83.. •
DUBOCE ay., 193— 2. nicely furnished rooms in
a private family, with use of phone and
ehower bath, gas and electric light; breakfast
if desired; terms very reasonable.
DEWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard— An modern
conveniences; 300 rooms, 83c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week; free baths: Howard or 4th st. cars.
DEVISADEHO St.. 1123— Sunny, furnished or
• unfurnished room; phone and bath ; cheap. . .
EDELWEISS. 2211 Mission st.— Modern, newly
. furn. \u25a0„ sunny rms. ; very reas. ; bath, phone.
FILLMORE St., I73B^Stop here, means clean
room, good bed,' hot water, bath free; very reas.
QOLDEN GATE ay., 1001, opp. Jefferson square —
Sunny room, 12 windows; , bath, phone; every
convenience. ,
GROVE 6t., 676— Furnished rooms, in a quiet
family; $1.50 week. \
HOWARD st., 2337— Large, sunny alcove room
and pleasant side rooms; American family;
. rent reasonable. ' '
"HOTEL YOLANDA," 1661 Market st. Junction
Halght — Sunny-, furn. f rooms; hot and cold
;, water day and night ; elec. lights ; new house ;
new furniture; baths;, $2.25 week.
HOTEL METROPOLITAN. 975 Harrison— Quiet
-Place; working people:, hot wat.: b.; $1.50 wk.
LARKIN. 1318-^-Newly furnished sunny bay win-
dow room, private; elec. light and phone ; $12.
NEVADA,- 825 Van Ness ay. nr. Edfly St.— Furn "
\u25a0 rooms, - rates 50c to $1 per day. $2 to $4 per
week ; hot and cold ; water; also ; light house
keeping rooms. .Take Eddy at. cars from ferry.
OtFARBELLst,V-1274O t FARBELLst,V-1274^ — Newly furnished light
sunny rooms; bath, phone; $1.50 week; also
.. $2. week. :. .-/./\u25a0.;>> - -.-. '. \u0084:_ -;-.-,.-:..'--.
OVERLAND < HOUSE," 569 tsacrameato st. below
Montgomery— Now open; 200 rooms; hot and
cold water In every room: 25c to $2 per day;
XI.CO to $5 per week. EDW.EOLKIN. Prop.
PRESIDIO ay., : 354, near ' Sacramento si—Sunny
corner t bay j window." parlor • for 2 gentlemen*
: sl6'per month. "\u25a0 ~- • '; ,\u25a0 :,: - --. '
23D rst.,;; 3505, near \u25a0 Valencia— Nicely ; furnished
sunny, rooia, connecting bathroom ; . with piano,
phone; \u25a0 $10;; also ; smaller sunny room; < $6. .
STH St.; 364. near FoUom— Light and airy rooms
j. 35 cents per day up;.. running : water, -. gas ' and
electric - lights; cars ; pass • the ;door; open all
•2nlght.\-X\;-.y~;i ; - ....- ' -- - \u25a0 ?\u25a0: \u25a0-.--.
MISSION; BRANCH. OF iTHB rxT.J.. FLAKE'S
BAZAAR, 1108 VALENCIA STV^ • - i^7
FOLSOM St.. 1222. near Sth — House keeping and
single rooms, with gas, bath and ' washroom.
FRANKLIN st. 1600— Sunny house keeping room»;
front view, well furnished; fleet., battJ, phone;
\u25a0 • $15 month. - • '
FILLMORE St.. 1738—2 or 3 r. suite: good, clean
bed. with or without bskpg. outfits; reas.
GEARY, st.". 1417 — Large, sunny room: running
water, kitchenette, grate; cheap at $yi; mincjr
room $10; employed men and women; phono.
bath*. \u25a0 ' -
GOUGH Bt.. 1337 — Nice sunny rooms for light ;
hot:*** keeping; modern convenience* ; yam,
: laundry, private. ' \u25a0 • -
HAVES st.. 818— Attic room and small kttehea,
$0. Also 2 basement rooms. $8. .'
HOWARD St.. 563— Front room and kitchen. $12;
2 connecting, gas or coal, $9 to $12; others,
$1.25 to $3.50 week.
LARGE bay window *nnny parlor with buffet
kitchen: $16. 1325 Broadway.
MARKET St.. 1796 — Two well fnrnisbed room*
for light boose keeping: rent reasonable.
MASON St.. 811. near Pine— 2 nicely furnished
sunny bouse keeping rooms; mod. convenience*.
OAK st.. 71«. nr. Fillmore— Sonny, furnished
house; keeping rooms, tingle or en suite, mod-
ern; rent reasonable. I
POST St.. 14S1 — Large front bay window room,
with alcove: running water; grate.
SCOTT st., 160.T — Lovely, all day sunny hskpg.
room; bay win.; also attic furn. rooms; reas.
VAN NESS ay., ail,- corner Grove— Fnralahed.
sunny suites, $20; single rooms. $2.50 to $3
per week ; gas, running water and telephone.
OTH st.. 363— Furnished house keeping and
sleeping rooms; running water; gas ana elec-
tricity and bath; reasonable rates
HSKG. ROOMS~
Sth St., I2(«k corner Magnolia— For rent In Oak-
land. 4 or^S sunny rooms, furnished for house-
keeping; these rooms are very conveniently lo-
cated, being on streetcar line; only 2. blocks
to either Key Route or Southern Paclflc ferry
trains.
S22^j^J^£SLS£S e SSS.
AAA— THE WEMPE, 419 Oak St.— Single and
double rooms, with board. $30 per month np.
CALIF. St., 1541— St. Margaret's Club, ror girls,
teachers, students, bus. women, tourists; gunny
nas.; flnft bd.; rates reas. Fk. 3292. H. C 2569.
CALIFORNIA st. 2523— Nicely furnished sunny
rooms; excellent board; phone; bath; $8 and
$7 per week. -_
EXCELLENT accommodation for couple or 2
gentlemen in refined private family: Western
addition; reference. Phone West «14.
FIRST class room and board Id private home to
permanent parties. $25 per month; free phone.
2860 Pine st. Phone West 8581.
LIST of inspected rooms, FREE. Nov. 12 to 26.
See DOMO DIRECTORY. 11 to 2. 822 Crocker
bldg. \u25a0- . • •
PIERCE, st., 815, nr. McAllister— Front room;
fine neighborhood: excellent board; 2 or 3 peo-
ple; $20 month each. -
PINE St., 1030, near Taylor— Nicely furnished
room, with board, for 2 men: all conveniences.
BT. FRANCIS Girls' Directory. , Central ay. and
Waller at., San Francisco — A beautiful home,
where old ladles, young girls and little chil-
dren can board very reasonably.
4TH St., 485 — Two nicely furnished rooms in new
flat, single or double, for gents, bath, phone.
with 3 meals per day. $27.50 per month.
OAKLAND ROOMS and BOARD
ADELINE St., 2232— Furnished rooms, for 2 or 3
gentlemen; near Key Route and San Pablo ears.
APARTMENTS
AA — BROOKING apartments, 315 sth st. — rirst
class except the price; walking distance; 3
blocks from Emporium; electric lights, running
water, free baths; phono and Janitor service;
1-2-3 rooms, fully furnished for house keeping;
$2.60 week np; bedroom n, $1.50 week up.
ARCONA APARTMENTS.
851 California St., half block from Fairmont
hotel; ideal homes of 5 and 6 large, sunny and
airy unfurnished rooms and bath; modern; newly
built; elevator, steam heat, hot and cold water,
etc.; marine view unexcelled; $50 upward.
AA— THE FRANCESCA. 073 OAK ST.— NEW;
3 ROOMS. BATH AND DRESSING ROOM:
LARGE ROOMS; LIGHT AND SUNNY: RENT
REASONABLE: MUST BE SEEN TO BE AP-
PRECIATED; REFERENCES.
BUCHANAN st.. 1732, nr. Sutter— Furnished
apartment of 3 rooms, with kitchen attached;
sunny and furnished complete for how keep-
ing; free phone, hath: yard: strictly private;
must see to appreciate.'
LUNDY APTS.. Stanyan st. at Frederick— The
most complete In the city; hot and cold water
electric lights, baths, elevator service. Janitor
\u25a0ervlce: e^ery room in honw light; rents reas.
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST.
NEAR LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3
RM3.. BATH; COMPLETELY TURN.; RETS.
SPHIER apartments, 227 9th st. — Sunny 2 room
connecting, furnished and unfurnished apts.'
gas and electric lights and bath free.
ST. GABRIEL apartments. 1739 Pine st— Furn-
ished 2-3-4 rooms and bath: hot water, heat.
Janitor, etc.. rent $20 to $45. See them.
LARCHMONT. 1270 Pine st. .bet. Leavenworth
and Hyde — New, beautifully furnished apart-
menta of 2 and 3 rooms, with bath.
ARDOISE APTS.. COR. PINB AND GOUGH—
BUNNY. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
APARTMENTS.
SEVILLE. 115 HAIGHT— 3 ROOM. T'NFUR- !
NISHED APARTMENT. FRONT. SUNNY-
ALSO 3 ROOM .FURNISnEP APARTMENT. ' !
BEST modern 4 room apis., furn. and nnfnrn. "'
for the money at the Maryland. 383 Page st!
EL FOREST apartments. 825 Bush st. nr Tay- '
lor — 3 and 4 rooms, furnished or unfurnished. ;
BT. ELMO. 1452 Devlsadero «t.— Fern, front or '
single suites; bath, phone; all con.; $12 to s4o. <
EUREKA apts.. Mkt. and 17th sta.— Beautiful 3 \
and 4 r. apts.; phone. Janitor service; sonny. '
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. 2 sj>d 3 room '
apts.: hotel service; private ««xcb.: most rea». !
7 j
TKEEHAVEN APARTMENTS. BJdge road neat
Eaclld ar., BERKELEY— UP TO DATB !
BOUSE KEEPING APTS., WITH EVERY J
K22£ R £, C P NVE - VIE * CE : CALL ant time; i
MUST BB SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. <
HOTELS \
HOTEL BRISTON. 415 O'FarreU st.— All modern j
conveniences; Toom. and bath $20 per month; j
center of business section; single rooms $2.50 1
week np: country trade solicited. j
HOTEL AMERICA. 1045 Market St.— Heart of {
shopping dls.: 50c to $1 per day: strictly rood. *
_ FLATS TO LET~ v. 5
NOB HlLL— Select apt. house; newly furnished 3
. 8 nn. apt. for aale at once; purchaser win ba «
given advantage of amount already paid on \
goods; balance terms IX desired; reat of apt. \
(25. Including steam heat. Janitor and gar- \
bage service. '
„,„»• <»r 8 rm. outfit for $75. Apply
HABRY J. MOORE FREE INFORMATION AND J
RENTING BUREAU. •
\u25a0 ' 40-82 O'FarreH st. near Market. t
JACKSON St., 1565. near POLK— Convenient *
downtown location. SAN BENITO apartment *
flats of 4 rooms and bath each. Rents reduced t
to $25. Janitor service, hall lights and J
removal of garbage free. SHAINWALD $
BUCK BEE & Co.. 27 MONTGOMERY ST «
Telephone DOUGLAS 47. . «
CARL St.. 2fi3— New flat. 5 and 6 rooms and $
bath; beamed celling; marble vestibule- rea- I
sonable. ' |
BUSH St., 2069. bet. Webster and Buchanan '
Two elegant flats, 8 rooms .and bath each; rent
- : cheap."*-, >;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0_\u25a0
TAYLOR St., 1322, bet. Washington and Jaek-
son — Grand, new ; room middle flat; unob- $
structed marine view; bargain.
BUSH st., 1655. nr. Gough— Light and annoy 7 I
rooms and bath; good renting location; reason- 4
able. y . __^ I
CASTRO st.. 167 A, north of Market, near 13th—
New flats; lease Just expired; rent reduced" *
$15 up: 4 rooms and bath; Janitor. *
STEINER St.. 554— Beautiful, artistic, new, 5 $
room flats, marble entrance: strictly first t
class; must be seen: rent reasonable. \u25a0 1
10TH ay.. 169. nr. California sc— Elegant 5-6^7 *
.. room, modern, strictly up to date flats with *
or without garage; reasonable. " $
MARKET St.. 18&2— 2 flats. S rooms and bath I
- each, and large." light store.
NOE st., 140. near 14th— Sunny flat of 5 rooms S
and bath; rent $20. - $
18TH st.. 3501. -cor. Church, fronting Mission $
park — 2 flats of 6 and. 7 sunny rooms. *:
MINNA St., 1321, near l-»th — t sunny rooms an<l \.
. bath ; modem. ' *;
CLAY St., 2421, nr. Fillmore— Lower modern flat. *\u25a0
3 sunny rooqis, bath, yard; no children; $18.
FLAT of 3 beautiful, large, -sonny rooms and
bath. Call at BLAKE'S. 1108 Valencia Bt.
NOK et.. 895, cor. = ltttb — Sunny, modern UDixr
6 rooms; $20.
COTTAGES TO LET \u25a0 ~ !j
CO^ A^f' to I<t: 4 * UDny r <*»n»«; water;! $10" *
1499 Church *t.. •' . - j;
OAKLAND COTTAGES TO LET *
C^,.T,i w : - \u25a0'- - F URy f SHEP^_
S'lCELY.fnrnlshed cottage. 5 rooms, bath ;'cook7
ing stove, gas plate; reduced to $18: no email
children. Call 1931 Magnolia uu ~T
FLATS, RESIDENCES, LOFTS
y' AND OFFICES TO LET
OR LEASE _
J. W. WRIOHT * CO..
22S MONTGOMERY ST.. MILLS BLDO.
PHONES:
DOUGLAS 4430. ClB=S
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AUCTIONEERS. *
RENTS COLLECTED.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN" OF PROPEETY
THIS LIST REVIS=3> DAILY.
FLATS AND APTS. NORT3 OP MARKET.
S7O—B r.: 2877 California nr. Scott; opP* r -
sBs ea.— « and 0 r.; 2 elegant flats: nsarln* view;
3320-24 Washington nr. Walnut.
*<«— ll r.; 244 Laurel nr. Clay: marine view.
$83— 7 r.: «2.5« Jackson nr. Walnut.
$20 to ISO—-'. 4. 5 and C rms.; beautiful apt«. :
Just completed: finest on Nob Hill: faras»
space, etc.; Clay nr. Leavenworta.
Jfio— 7 r.; 2004 Vallejo cor. Lajrona: upper.
$52.30—S r.; S2S4 Jackson nr. Walnut.
$50-ss«V|6.'5 — 10 r. each: 3 modern fiats; marta»
view; 2818 to 2«20 Lagnna nr. Broadway.
$.">0 — 6 r. : 817 Mason st. nr. Pine.
$30 — ¥> r.; 2*25 Van Ne*s nr. Union: modern.
$50—8 r.; 1453 Washington nr. Hyde; upper.
$30-$55 — 6 r^~. 13.C-SS California nr. Leaden-
worth: hardwood floors: elegant vtew.
$30—5 r.: apt.; disappearing beds, etc.; 325
Maple nr. Clay.
$47.30—7 r.; 1314 Leavenworth nr. Clay: lower.
$47.50—7 r.: 16SO McAllister nr. Brod.; upper.
$45 — 8 r.; 3112 Clay nr. Lyon: upper.
$43 — 5 r.; 1376 Sacto. nr. Leaven worth; upper.
$43 — 7 r.; 23&4 Pine nr. Scott; upper.
$43 — 6 r; 1168 Jackson nr. Jones; elegant view.
$42.50—6 r.; middle: new bldz.; splendid, sunar
rooms; large closets; marine view; 1189
Filbert nr. Hyde; every convenience.
$42.50—5 r.; 173.3 Larkin cor. Jackson; modern.
$42.50 — 8 r. : 460 Scott cor. Fell: upper.
$40— 7 r.; 2000 Vallejo cor. Laguna.
$40— S r.; 3315 Jackaon nr. Walnut.
$40 — 7 r.; 1351 Washington, nr. Leav. : upper, gr,
$40—7 r.; 1620 Broderick nr. Eush: upper. ?>
$40 ea. — 8 r. ; 2 modern sunny flats: middle and
upper; 20C!>-71 rush nr. Webster.
$37.50 — 3 large rms.; «very possible convenience;
light and sunny; Urge closets; marine view;
1173-73 Filbert st. nr. Hyde.
$37.60 — 7 r. : 461 Spruce cor. California.
$37.50—7 r.; 31SS Washington nr. Lyon.
$37.50 — 6 r. ; 1«24 Leavenworth nr. J«ck3on.
$37.30 — 6 r.; 464 Central ay. cor. Hayes.
$37.r>0— « r.; 136« Grean nr. Polk.
$37.50—6 r.: 2212 Polk nr. Vallejo; upper.
$33 — 6 r.; 1703 Hyde cor. Broadway; upper.
$33 — 7 r.; 92S Flllmore nr. Fulton: upper.
$35 — 8 r.; 2030 Union nr. Bucbanan.
, $33 — 7 r. ; 1730 Union nr. (Sough.
$35 — 6 r.; 2964 Flllmore cor. Union; upper.
$35 — 7 r. ; 270^ Laguna cor. Vallejo: middle.
$33 — % r. : 136S Pine nr. Larkin: upper.
$35-$37.30 — 4 and 5 r.; beautifully appointed. \
large rooms; light nnd annny; Urgf closets;
every cony. ; The Vernon. 1830 Hyde st.
$35—4 r. each; 2020 Hyde nr. Filbert: splendid
sized rooms: large closets: marine view.
$35 ea.— 1441-51 Vallejo nr. Polk; uppers.
$35—6 r.; 1163 Devisadero COR. Eddy: reduced
from $40; elegant, modern: middle- fist.
$35-$42.50— « r. each: brand new flats; modern:
panoramic marine v>w: light and sunny;
1151-50 Filbert nr. Hyde.
$35 — 7 r. ; 926 Taylor nr. Tine: very low reat.
$35—8 r.; 1436 Jones nr. Washington.
$35—8 r.; 230 Clayton nr. Fell.
$05 — 8 r.; 1514 McAllister nr. Scott: modern.
$33 — 6 r.; 227 Clayton nr. Fell: auto space.
$33—4 r.; IW4 Larkin cor. Wash.; hot water.
$35 — 9 r. ; 2154 Broderick cor. Wash.; upper.
$35 — 6 r.; 20SO Goldea Gate tw. Central ay.
$32.50—6 r.; 955 Union nr. Jones.
$32.50—6 r.; 3392 California cor. Cherry.
$32.30—6 r.; 1434 Vallejo nr. Polk.
$32.50—3 r.; 1951 Lycn nr. Clay; upper.
$32.50—8 r.; 1.J14 Cole nr. Rlvoli.
$32.50 — 7 r.; IS3S-4H Fell st. nr. Ashbury; upper.
$32.50—5 r.; 1370 Union nr. Polk.
$32.50— « r.; 1107 Mason nr. Clay; upper.
$32.50—8 r.; 850 Central ay. cor. McAllister.
\u266632.50 — 7 r.: 2906 Pine cor. Lyon: modern.
$32.50 — 8 r. ; 1343 Hayes nr. Brcxlertck; upper.
$30 and np — 2 and " r. apt*. ; h«t water, steam
heat, hardwood floor", ga* ranges.\wall beds,
etc.; lt»l Larkin nr. Washington.'
$00^ — « r. ; l««0 (irt?en cor. Gough; middle; strict-
ly modern; easily worth $45: marine view.
$30—5 r.; 2186 Union cor. Ftllmore.
$30— 6 r.; 2430 Larkio nr. Flltert; upper.
*3i^— 6 r.; 1«SO Devisadero nr. Sutter; re**ueed
from $37.50; sunny and modern: upper.
$30— « r.; ISB7 Bush nr. Octavia; upper.
$30 — 6 r.; 957 Union nr. Jones.
S3O — 5 r. ; 1544 Jones nr. Pacific; upper.
$3«>-$35— 6 r.; 2233-2235 Suttw nr. Pierce.
S3<>— 7 r.; 1337 Pacific nr. polk: upper.
$3<J-$32.50 — t r.: 10,'U Leavenworth nr. California.
$30—8 r .; 132 Flllmore nr. Waller.
$30—5 r.; 1236-38 Cole st. nr. Alma.
$30 — 6 r.; 3630 Sacramento nr. Spruce.
$30 — 4 r. ; 1471 Washington nr. Hyde: npp»r.
$30 — 8 r.; 3317 Clsy nr. Walnut; upper.
$30—6 r.; 12SI Filbert nr. Larkfn: upper.
$30— 4 r.; 1670 Clay nr. Polk: upper. I
$30 ea. — 6 r. : 1742-44 Union nr. Gough.
$30 — 6 r. ; 135 Buchanan nr. Waller; upper.
$30 — 6 r. : 3872 Sacramento nr. Cherry.
$30—6 r.; 854 Filbert nr. Taylor.
$30—6 r.; 426 Frederick nr. Cole.
$30—6 r.; 1131 Vallejo nr. Leavenworth: upper.
$30— « r.; 1921 McAllister ur. Lyon; upper.
$30—7 r.; 3108 Clay nr. Baker; modern.
$30 — 4 r.; 1714 A Polk nr. Clay: upper. -j
$3O— « r.; 2148 Broderick nr. Washington.
$50 — « r . : 127* FUbTt nr. Polk.
$Co— 6 »; 2074 Hayes nr. Cole.
$30 — t r.; 1331 California nr. Leavenworta.
$30^ — 6 r.; $37 Clayton nr. Carl; upper.
*-S — 7 r. ; 2Sj2 Stelner nr. Broadway: upper.
$2S — 6 r.; 2120 Leavenworth nr. Filbert.
$28 — 6 r. ; 481 Page nr. Webster; upper.
$27.50—6 r.; 1360 Greenwich nr. Van Nets; up.
$27.50—6 r.; 3037 Washington nr. Baker.
$27.."4>330— 5 r.: tiO-62 Alpine nr. Waller; NEW.
$27.50—5 r.; 1542 Jones nr. Padde.
?27.50— 0 r.; ICO4 Jone* nr. Paclflc.
$27.30 — 7 r.; 3 ISO Washington nr. Lyon.
$27.50 — 8 r. : 33X4 Sacramento nr. Walnut.
$27.50— 6 r.; 2204 Grove nr. Shrader.
$27.5O — 6 r. ; 1628 Buchanan nr. Prmt; modern.
$27.50 — 5 r. ; 433 Spruce nr. Sacramento.
$27 — G r. : 11G5 Bn.-atlway nr. Lemvenworth.
S2»5 — 6 r.: 923 Scott nr. Golden Gate.
$23.50-$27.50 — 5 r. ; 1265A-658 Lombard nr. Polk.
$25 — 6 r.; li>32 Bucbanan nr. Post; modern.
$23 — 6 r. ; 1733 Green nr. Octavia; upper.
$25-s3o— s r. each; Just completed; 19-21 Leßoy
nr. Sacramento and Jones.
$23 — 7 r. ; 270."> Laguna cor. Vallejo.
$25 — 7 r.; 2425 Bucbanan nr. Jackson: npper.
$25 — 6 r.; 2134 O'Farrell nr. De>vtsad«ro.
#25—4 r. ; 704 Central 87. cor. Fulton: upper.
$25 — 5 r. ; 1135 Vallejo nr. Jones.
$25 — 6 r. ; 2243 Leavenworth nr. Lombard.
$25 — 5 r. ; 1041 Filbert nr. Leavenworth- upper
$23 — 5 r.; 1019 H st. nr. 10th ay. ; cpper.
$25 — 633 Lyon st. nr. Frtlton: upper.
$C 5-$33 $45 — 6 r. ea. : 3 modern flats; 263-7-9
Ist ay. COR. California.
$23 — 6 r.: 718 Clement nr. IStn ay.; modern.
$25—5 r.; 1219 A Geary nr. Gough; upper.
$24—6 r.; 2SSS Steiner nr. Broadway.
$23—5 r.; 1241 Union nr. Hyde; renovated.
$23—7 r.; 926 Central ay. nr. Golden Gate.
$22.50 — 5 r.; 37 California south nr. Ist ay
$22.50—7 r.: 852 Haight nr. Devisadero; upper.
$22.50—4 r.; 1280 Union nr. Larkin.
$22.50 — I r. : 1440 Paclflc nr. Hyde: noner
$22.50—3 r.; 1663 Washington nr. Polk.
$22.50—5 r.; 1707 Hayes cor. Central ay
$22.50— 5 r.; 1118 Broadway nr. Leav • upper
f22.50f 22.50— 5 r.: 2013 Octavia nr. Filbert; modern!
$21—4 r.: 1463 VaUejo nr. Polk. =«»«n.
$20 to $27.50— Elegant apts.. 4 r.; disappearing
beds; marine view: 858 Filbert nr. Taylor
$20-s23— 3 and 4 r.: modern apt. flats; garage
space; 225 Clayton nr. Fell; upper
$20—5 r.; 1634 Filbert nr. Gough; upper
$20 — 3 r.; 1531 Sacramento nr. Hyde; npper
$20 — 5 r.: 1868 Union nr. Octavia.
?20 — 3 r.: 403 Walnut ror. Sacrament©
$IS-S2O-$22.50— 3 r. each; apt. flats: 1710 Larkitt :
nr. Wash.; neat and c"*y: strictly modern
?20 — 4 r. ; 71 Glover nr. Leavenworth.
S-o— s r.; SW. cor. Hayes st. and Central «t.
*20 — I r.: 1438 Sth ay.. Sunset.
$20 to $30—4 r. ea. ; NE. cor. Sacto. and Locust.
118 — I r. : 2918 Oetavla nr. Filbert.
Sl*— 2 r. and b.; 3844 California nr. Cherry
$13—3 r.; 2200 Pu. Lobos nr. 12ta «,v. *
$18 — 4 r.; 700 A Central ay. corner Fulton.
M".3O — 1 r.; 1080 Filbert nr. Hyde.
$IB— s r. and b. ; 231!) Lombard nr. Pierce; nnner
Us— s r.; 1651 Golden Gate ay. nr. Scott. *
(15 — t r.; 1378 19th ay. nr. I st.
M-t.50— 3 r.; 28 Waldo place nr. Broadway
U3 — t r.; 1041 Filbert nr. Leavenwortb
112 — I r.; 16 Lower terrace nr. Ashbury.
510 — 3 r.; 405 Walnnt cor. Sacramento.
FURNISHED.
>200— 11 r.; elegant; large grounds; Clay bt.
Maple.
5100 — 6 r.: elegantly furnished; 1224 Jack****""
nr. Jones.
572.50—8 r. house: 1906 Webster nr. California
532.50 — 5 r.: 1602 Jones near Paclflc
.27.50—3 r. and b.; 1385 Clay cor. Leavenwortb.
522.30 aad $32.50—3 r. ami b.; 316* California
nr. Lyon; furnished and partly furnished
JBo— 6 r.; 1526 Leavenworth nr. Jackson; furn'eL
HOUSES NORTH OF MARKET.
>73— S r-: 881 Ashbury nr. Frederick; garaae
f65— 9 r.; completely lorn; 111 etb. ay. nr lV«»
560— ia r.; 2524 CUy nr. Scott; modern
£33^ — 12. r.; 2029 Vallejo nr. Lagnna- view
550 — 9 r. ; 2523 Gough nr. Vallejo.
?40_8 r.; 248 10th ay. nr. Clement St.; modern.
545—10 r.: 3118 Washington nr. Lyon TOCrn *
J12.50— 3 r. and b.; 22 Delgado OJJF Hyde.
JTORES. LOFTS, ETC.. NORTH OF MARKET
ilOfr—Bush and Kearny; ground floor spare
;75— Elegant, large, light 2d floor; 430 Mkt st.
;3S— Store. NE. corner Unioa aad Larkin sta.
30— Store; 61S Clement nr. 7th a*
30— Large store. 1760 O'Farrell near Flllmor*
20— Flue location for fruit store. *"""•.
23 and $30— Stores. 2024-26 Haye* near Cola
12.50 to $30— Large, light sample room*.
SO— S.COO sq. ft. SE. cor. Market aad Main- of
S-ht'free eleTatop ' Bteam neat 5 water 'aad
SOUTn OF MARKET AND MISSIOV
40-Store and flat of 7 r.; ISO 2 Folsom nr 14 th.
30—5 r.; 1&23 15th st. nr. Dolores: upper
22.50—7 r.: 246 Chattanooga near 23cf~. nno«r
30-$25— 4 rJ and b. «acn; U6S Folsom nr. loth /
25—7 r.; 3S Sharon near 13th: upper I
20—5 r.; 1929 15th st. nr. Dolores; lower I
ii 3 i^-i T r -, * nil b - : *5* A Aear Folsom /
" pts - 3r " *"•' n *wly renovate"-* I
161 Morris «v. near Bryaat bet. sth aad
J. W. WRIGHT A CO.,
-22S MONTGOMERY ST
JIILL3 BUILDIXG.

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