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FORMER fiances 1 of brides at weddings are distinguished by a pronounced
gayety. They avoid each other, but may be discovered furtively watching
the hride from the background. Detected in their pensive moments, they
hastily resume the enthusiastic bearing, of a happy guest. Their con
gratulations to the groom are tempered to a cool cordiality, which extends
to the bride.
Not infrequently they are ushers. One has been known to act as best
man, but his 1 was an extraordinary fortitude. The most one can expect of
them is to usher gracefully.
The best man came from Los Angeles to support the groom at a large
wedding five years, ago. He went through it like a thoroughbred, and has
since recovered and married.
'At a recent wedding one of these foregone possibilities was present.* He
sat at the bride's table, and apparently enjoyed everything. There was not a
break in his deportment during the entire evening. It was remarked and
admired. \u25a0-';-• \u25a0 I
At the Brooke-Pomeroy reception a man who was among the most
enthusiastic guests had hoped to stand in the groom's place, but none would
have suspected it from his debonair behavior. He also did wonderfully well.
The orders that upset plans for a navy wedding a few weeks ago were
received with well concealed joy by one man of the bridal party. He was
to have been an usher, and while he expressed sincere and profane regret
to the groom, he was secretly and intensely relieved by the sailing of his
ship, which made absence and a substitute imperative. The psychological
hour of congratulation could be passed in quiet contemplation of the sea
instead of in grinning like a Chesshire cat over another fellow's luck.
When another wedding gathered every one of consequence in Trinity
a year or two ago, the fiance of a previous engagement gave a mad and
merry supper party at one of the cafes, just to prove he didn't care.
Occasionally readjustments occur. There is on record the case of a girl
and a man who met in mutual consolation, and are now married to each
other They were members of the same set that included bride and groom.
a~d each had known of former heart interests — the man's for the bride jind
the groom's' for the girl. When they found themselves together in a crush
at the church they smiled understanding^', but without bitterness, at one
another. Both were bound for the reception to greet the happy pair.
"Let's cut it and go home and talk about it," suggested the man. They
did, and not many months later the bride and groom were guests at their
wedding.
Ernect Mallllard
Ward Mailliard
Kenneth IToore
Dotbl Moore
Cosmo Morpan
Georjre Nickel
Jack Neville
S*»tner« Peterson
J. E. PißPOtt
Irwln Hlehter
Hall Roe
Rudolph Shilling
John Stimton
Efnnpbam Sutton
Bancroft Towne
Russell Veit
Clerk Van Fleet
Bradley Wallace
Gloucester Willis
C. S. Wheeler Jr.
Dr. James Whitney
Car! Wolff
I>efin Witter
Edgar Zonk
Mr. an«l Mrs. Boswell King
Mrs. and Mrs. Douglas Fry
Mr. and Mr«. Ralston Whit*
•• • '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
MacFarlane of Honolulu,
who have been enter
tained at several infqr
; mal parties recently,
will be the compli
mented guests at an
elaborate dinner to be'
given this evening by
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher
Ryer. The affair' will
be given at the Fair
mont, where the Ryers
are passing the winter.
Among those bidden to
meet Mr. and Mrs. Mac-
Farlane are:
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dntton
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. McCor
mick
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Bree
den
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Porter
Mr. and MrR. Clinton Worden
Mlps Celia O'Connor
William J. Byrne
Ram Bockbee
Lansing Mlzner -
• • •
Mrs. William S. Tevis
will be hostess at one
of the most elaborate
affairs of the season at
the Fairmont December
8. Several hundred
guests will be invited.
The .debutantes of the
season will be repre
sented, and among the
most conspicuous guests
at the party will be
Mips Tsobei Chase, for
whom Mrs. Tevis will
entertain this season. . *
-"\u25a0'- • [-\u25a0,-. m '.••'.. •''.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Barron are in New York
on their way home from
Europe, and are ex
pected to arrive later
in the month. Mrs. Bar
ron was Miss Genevieve
Harvey and has a host
of friends here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Welch expect to leave
early in December for
the east and Europe.
The trip is to be taken
for the benefit of Mrs.
Welch's health, and the
travelers will be«away
Indefinitely.
The Friday night
club held its first dance
for this season last night
at Century hall. There
were several small din
ner parties given before
the dance, among the
young hostesses who en
tertained being Miss Ma
rian Crocker. Miss Anita
Mailliard. Miss Virginia
Xewhall and Miss Mar
garet Belden. There
\u25a0were three of the five
patronesses present at
the dance, Mrs. George
Ashton, Mrs. J. P. Lang
fcerne and Mrs. George
A. Moore. The two re
maining patronesses.
Mrs. Louis F. Monteagle
and Mrs. Wakefield Bak
er, are in the east, but
probably will be here
for the later dances.
The membership list
6; theiFriday night club
for this season follows:
Miss Clara Allen
M'.f-s Bessie A*hton
Miss IVrothy Baker
Miss Margaret Relden
rai^i'll^lon Berth»»au
Miss RvtST* Barmn
%;if* Mildred Baldwin
Miss Ethel Cro<-l£pr
Mips Marian f"nvker
Mtes YimiW Thasp
Miss Kre-lyn CtnaiTipbxm
Mln Katljeriiv n.>oolv*
MUs Vera de Sebla
Miss EKa 4* 1'""
Miss M»rii» LOBii* Fester
yiss Au«n*ia rmite
Miss \*-* Oirr-ln
Mits H*>l-n .7(ines
Mips J«l« Lanphnrne
Mis* Mjra J«*«>l.rn
Miss Franr-es Martin
Mi*s Marian Miller
ytss Ernpstine MrNear
Mi?B I.urllne Mstson
Miss ConKtsn^p McLaren
Miss Louise MoCormlck
Mit:s Fra tires Nf^hsll
Miss Vlrpicia Ne^-hall
Miss Rbo<l» Nifbling •
Mis* Anna Oinej
.V.if* Cor« Otis
Miss FrMerlcka Otis
Mif* Kst<» Pctprsnn
Miss Harriet Ptone
Mies Janp Rp'.by
Mlps C-nrs ?tnith
Mis* Huth Plifk
Miss Hdlth Slack
Miw Acnes Tillmann
Mfss CArtrode Thomas
Mtse Grac*> Town«
Wis* Minna Van Bergea
Mif s Dora Winn
M!f* MuriPl W'im«mß
Mis* Flf>r*>cr» WHliama
Mis« Maud Wilson
MiF* Olltp Whpelpr
Misp Dora Wnodworth
Loontrd Abbott
Frank An<irpws
(i. A. Arpl p parth
Ilpnrv Brett
PhprTrood Coffin
Hsrold Ch«pp
Hillyer IWprpy
Willlatn Pnnran
Arthur FPnnlmor*
Lieutenant Robert Fletcher
Bernard Ford
F'ranriß Fanjuhar
Huph Felrlie •
Herbert <rallagber
William Goldsborougn
r.hauncey Goodrich
Otto Gran
C <le Garoaenflla
Harold Havens
Allen Hllflreth
IVfister lluFh
R. B. Knftx
Rafns Klinball
Pr. Eichard Kearney
Geors:<> Leib
William Leib
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE |
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dbpctch to The Call]
EUREKA. Not. IS.— The North Pacific •team-
Fhlp company's eteamer Santa Clara arrived In
port this morning from San Francisco with
freight, mall and passenger*. Th# Santa Clara
will not depart on the return trip tomorrow, but
will remain in port until Sunday.
The steamer Vanguard, which has been loading
lurcher ar the Fields landing wharf, departed
this morning for San Francisco with mail and
passengers. In addition to the usual lumber
carg<\ .- ; »^ -:-
Tbe North Coast company's steamer George
W. Elder Is due to arrive from San Francisco
Tomorrow morning with freight, mail and passen
ger*. The Elder will depart later In the day for
Portland, via Astoria.
Word was received here yesterday by W. E.
Peacock, local agent of the Pacific Coast cteam
phip company, to the effect that the steamer
City of Topeka, had been placed on the drydock
In San Francisco, where it waa being scraped
and treated to a new -coat of paint. The dock
ing of the eteamer trill not cause any delay In
Its schedule, as the work wa» accomplished by
setting a crew of 20 workmen at \u25a0work on the
vessel and the bottom was scraped and painted
within a short time. Plans are being made to
equip the vessel with wireless apparatus within
about 30 days.
Notification has been received b«>re to the
effect that the Topeka will lay over an extra
day in San Francisco at Thanksgiving, it being
tbe custom to git© the membera of the crew a
holiday on that day. The Topeka will arrive
here November 26 and sail November 27. From
that time on It will operate on Its regular
schedule,
IX)S ANGELES, Nov. 18. — Arrived— Steamer
Santa Rosa, from San Francisco; steamer Fair
Oaks, from /.berdeen: eteamer Carlos, from
£<mtb Bend; steamer Chehalis. disabled • and In
tow of the Carlo*?, from Aberdeen.
Sailed — Steamer Hanalei. for San Francisco;
eteamer Carlos, for Port Los Angeles.'
POKTLAKD, Nov. 18.— Top notch wheat rates
from this port to San Francisco are cald to have
dropped to 51 .75. the rate having ranged be
tween $1.60 and $2 heretofore this season. \u25a0-."-•
A . crabix-ttica .oil- *cd t&rgo bars* f cjf-tt*
The
Smart
Set
Miss Christine Judah
and Dr. Chester Lin
wood Roadhouse will be
married Friday evening,
December 2, at the home
of the bride's brother,
Floyd Judah. Miss Ju
dah is the only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Raymond Judah,
and she has been fre
quently entertained since
the announcement of
her engagement several
months ago. The date
was chosen by Miss Ju
dah because her parents
will celebrate the thir
ty-ninth anniversary of
their wedding on that
day. There will be none
but relatives and a few
friends at the ceremony
and reception afterward.
Rev. William A- Brewer
of San Mateo will of
ficiate. The matron of
honor will be Mrs. Floyd
Judah and the brides
maids will be Miss
Helen Pennell and Miss
Gladys Roadhouse, while
the maid of honor will
be Miss Dlta Belknap.
The Judah family has a
large circle of friends
and Miss Judah has en
joyed a wide popularity.
Doctor Roadhouse is
connected v<th the uni
versity and is conspicu
oous in college affairs.
He is a graduate of Cor
nell. The couple will
reside in Berkeley.
: y»'- < ii+yi'h'i •••\u25a0 \u25a0"
Miss 'Helen Ashton is
the guest of friends in
Berkeley, where she will
remain for several days.
On returning to town
she will be feted at a
number of farewell par
ties. She is going
abroad early in Decem
ber with Miss Ruth
Casey.
• • *
General and Mrs.
Daniel "W. Burke and
Miss Burke have been
visiting Major and Mrs.
J. P. O'Nell at the Pre
sidio, whence they are
going to Los Angeles.
They were entertained
at several Informal par
ties of the week at the
post.
'S'*\'-' • ••
Mrs. J. Downey Har
vey Is- the guest of Mrs.
Eleanor Martin for a
few days at the home of
the latter in Broad
way. Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey have taken apart
ments for the season at
the St. Regis in Pacific
avenue.
Western transportation and towing company Trill
be launched at the yards of the Willamette Iron
and steel works tomorrow. It Is ISO feet long.
SO feet beam and has a depth of hold of 5.8
feet. Fuel oil will be carried In tanks In the
hold, while pulp and paper will be loaded.
,- Carrying passengers and general freight, the
steamer J. B. Stetson, Captain Seara, arrived
tonight.
Laden with cement from San Francisco, the
bark Annie Johnson arrived, at Columbia dock
No. 1 tonight.
Steamer , pear. Captain Nopander. sailed thin
afternoon with 550 passengers and 2,000 tons of
freight for San Francisco and San Pedro.
Laden with 550.000 feet of lumber, the schoon
er Mabel Gale will leave down from the Inman-
Poulcen mills tomorrow for San Pedro.
The Eureka arrived at Martin's dock from Eu
reka this morning with 28 passengers. It had
four carloads of canned salmon for Astoria and
50 tons of freight for this port.
What is taken to be a speculative charter for
wheat from this port to the United Kingdom Is
that of the British bark Invermay, Captain Rae
which baa been fixed. It Is a small vessel of 377
tons ret register, and when taken was headed
for Europe from the west coast. This Is the first
fixtnr© reported for this port In several weeks
It is understood that the bark has been char
tered by a California firm. Tbe Invermay sailed
from Valparaiso October 28 for Junln. Caleta '
Buena and Europe, and It Is expetced to arrive !
at Junln at any time now. from which place it
will probably be headed this way. The rate is
aald to be 2Ss9d. . t
The French ship Thlers has finished discharg
ing at tbe Centennial dock. and will get ready to
take a berth at the elevator dock to load wheat
for tbe United Kingdom as soon as the French
bark Vincennet baa -finished loading ; there.
PORTLAND, Nov. IS.— Arrived— Steamer Eu
reka, from Eureka; barge Annie Johnson, from
Ban Francisco. . ; - .
Sailed— Steamer Bear, for San Francisco;
steamer Daisy Freeman, < for ' Hoqnlam; steamer
Saglnaw, for Raymond; tug George R. • Vosburg,
towing barge Nehallm. for Tlllaxnook. '
ASTORIA, Xov.\ 18.— Tng Wallnla left np the
river this morning, having the barge Annie John
son in tow. It will tow down tbe river' the lum
ber laden schooner Mabel Gale. • V •-.\u25a0\u25a0 - • :..•'
Tank steamer J. A. Cbauftlor sailed this morn
ing for San Francisco, after having discharged
Its cargo of crude oil. :\u25a0\u25a0'- -._:\u25a0 ,-\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0'
Steam schooner Shasta- Balled today for San
Pedro - with. «. cargo -of . 400,000, feet . of lumber
THE SAJST FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1910.
loaded at Kalama, . 160.000 feet loaded at Pres
cott and 360.000 feet loaded at Portland.
Schooner Fearless cleared at the custom house
today for San Pedro with a cargofof SSO.OOO feet
of lumber loaded at Rainier. : ' ' .' .'" ,
Gasoline \u25a0 schooner Wllhelmlna cleared . today
for Yaqulna with a full cargo of general mer
chandise. '-, , ';
Steam schooner J. B. Stetson arrived this
morn'.ng from Sim Frnncisco with general cargo.
Schooner Fearless sailed today with, a cargo of
lumber for San Pedro. . ,
Schooner Expansion sailed today, with a cargo
of lumber for S«n Francisco.
SEATTLE, Nor. IS.— Arrived— Steamer H.
Herm. from Ran Francisco: steamer A. CJ. Lind
say. F.rom Boat harbor: steamer Queen, from
San Francisco; steamer Jefferson, from. Ska prway:
steamer Mexico Maru, from Tacoma; schooner
A. M. Baxter, from San Francisco; power
schooner B p nder Brothers, from Nome. ;,
Sslled— Stmr Lucy Neff. for Boston; steamer
President, for Ran Francisco; United Stateß
steamer Manzanlta, for Cape Flattery; United
States steamer Tahoma, for Tacoma. /
TACOMA. Nov. 18.— Arrived— United States
steamer Tahoma. from Seattle; British steamer
Bankdale. from Port Blakeley.
Departed — Japanese steamer Mexico Warn,
for Seattle; Japanese steamer Inaba Maru, for
Seattle. \
SAN PEDRO, Nov. 19.— Steamer Santa Rosa,
from San Francisco via Redondo beach, arrived
tonight with passeneers and freight and pro
ceeds Saturday for San Plego.' 1
Steamer Hanalei cleared for San Francisco
direct with 4S passengers aad 850 tons miscel
laneous cargo. .
Steamer Klamath completed discharging of
12,000 railroad ties and Is loading frelpht for
,San Francisco and piaster and cement for
i'ortland.* It will clear Saturday.
Steamer Fair Oaks, arriving from Aberdeen,
will discharge 800,000 feet lumber from various
consignees. Psrt of its cargo is for dealers at
Port Los Angeles. " s '• ;
The new steel steamer Captain Hubbara. cost
ing complete f 225,000, will be launched Mondoy
at the Craig shipyards. This Is the flrst big
vessel launched at a southern California yard. (
The Captain Huhbard is 22fl feet lonjt and will
be in command of Captain Ludlow, now master
of steamer Yellowstone. . ..
An adverse report on Long Beach harbor has
been made by the board of engineers for river*
and harbors, according to a letter sent out by
\V.,H. Stokey, acting United .States engineer
here. It is »t«ted there Is no need of another
harbor within four miles of I<os Angeles harbor.
Engineer Stoker's letter was sent out by direc
tion of the chief of engineers from Washington.
Steamer Carlos arrived this afternoon, having
In tow the disabled steamer' Chehalis. which
broke down off Point Concepcion last Wednes
day night. The Chehalis lost Its propeller while
under tow. After dropping Its tow tbe Carlos
proceeded for Port Los Angelos. carrying 750.000
feet of lumber. The Chehalis brought (550,000
feet from Aberdeen. - _ .
The San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake
railroad took out a pewalt today for $10,000
worth of repairs to its wharf at East San Pedro.
ABERDEEN. Nov. 18.— Schooner. W.J. Patter
son, which has been receiving a new mast, will
sail for San Pedro. The Patterson has been laid
up here a month.
Schooner M. Turner has sailed for Callao with
1,000.000 feet of lumber valued nt $12,000.
Steamer Temple Dorr sailed for' San Francisco.
There Is 27 feet of water on the Grays Harbor
bar at mean low water, as against 22 feet at
the fame stage of the tide last year, according
to Captain Charles Errlcson of the. steamer Cen
tralla, which arrived from San Francisco. With
this condition mariners and shipping men In gen
eral fail to account for the accident to the steam
schooner Sboshone. which struck on the bar Sun
day night.. The great trouble, said Captain Er
ricson. is due to the fart that there are no
markings in the channel. The channel Is marked
in the inner harbor, but a ship coming in from
sea b»s no guides by which In shape Its course.
Application for this has already^been made to
the government engineer In charge of the work In
this district, but so far without result. The
accident to the. Shoshone. It Is declared, would
have been avoided If the channel had been prop
erly marked.
Tbe Aberdeen chamber of commerce will be
asked to take up the agitation for marking the
channel. \u0084 , .
Exports by Pacific Freighter*
The British steamer Rlverdale sailed for Mel
bourne via San Pedro on Thursday with 515.022
ft of lumber, 179,693 ft door stock and 18,604
lbs hops, valued at $32,218.
The British steamer Aoranjrl, the first steamer
of the new line between this port and New Zea
land, sailed for Wellington via Tahiti and Rara
tonjra on Wednesday with cargo valued at
$C4.8«56, manifested «» follows: For Tahiti,
$7.f119: Raratonga. $2,214; New Zealand. $34,-
SRS; Australia., $10,84.'.. Among the principal
shipments were the following:
To Tahiti — 145 bbls flonr, 1,578 lbs beans and
peas. f1,£90 lbs bread, 17 cs canned goods. 22
pkgs fresh fruits. 24 bales hay. 81 pkgs pota
toes. 7.500 lbs rice. 143 c» salmon, 51 gals wine.
16.229 ft lumber. 12 cs boots and shoes. 19 pkes
paints. 19 cs sewing machines, 0 pkgs ship
chandlery. *
To Raratonjra — 75 bbls flour. 3*ooo lbs rice. 52
c« canned goods, 5 pkss fruits. 20 pkga wagon
material. 10 cs sewing machines. 25 doors.
To New Zealand^-6.10S brs fresh apples. 5,911
bxs oranges. 365/ts canned go«xis. 300 pkgs po
tatoes, 500 lbs dried fruit, 1,000 lbs raisins: S6l
lbs beans. 25 bales broom corn, 14 bales hose. 1
automobile, 32 bbls and -19 cs oils. 14 pkgs
paints. 140 pkss electrical goods, 5 horses.
To Australia — 7,029 bxs fresh apples, 103 cs
books.
CONVICTED MURDERER
IS DECLARED INSANE
C. E. Huddleson Will Be Com-
mitted to Lunatic Asylum
C. E. Huddleson, convicted last July
of the murder of Carl Colburn, will go
to an insane asylum and not_fo prison,
as the result of a verdict returned yes
terday by a jury in Judge Lawlbr's
court. In a quarrel with Carl Colburn
over the ownership of a painter's lad
der, Huddleson drew from his pocket
a small woodworkers' chisel and
stabbed Colhurn through the brea-st.
Huddleson was found guilty of mur
der in the second degree. His actions
have ' been strahere since the convic
tion. Upon the Testimony of members
"of the insanity commission that he
does not realize the effect of what he
says or does the jury declared him
insane.
Judgment on the murder verdict will
be suspended until it has been deter
mined whether he is Incurably Insane.
MEETINGS— LODGES
GOLDEN GATE lodge No. 30. F. & A. A
M.— Second degree THIS (SATURDAY) ~J?%r
EVENING, 7:30 o'clock. Friendship /^f\
hall, I. O. O. F. building. Market and \u25a0\u25a0»
7th sts. —Craftsmen cordially Invited.
EDWIN L. MEYER, Secretary.
CROCKETT loci ce No. 139. F. &A. M., A
will confer the Third Depree at the *tfTO~
hnll of Charter Rock lodee No. 410. F. /^jSK
& A. M.. In Berkeley. THIS (SATUR- ' v »
DAY) EVENING. Take 7 o'clock Key Route
boat. P.y order of the W. M. . -''
- R. 11. McPHERSON. Secretary.
GOLDEN WEST lod(te No. 322. I.
O. O. F.. Od<l Fcllowß* tprnpi* 1 — «K35h?v?3FS;
Sppclal roeetinc THIS (SATITR- fKKgsfSSgr .
DAY) EVENING. Third r De- ;"^^S^
pree conferred by Garden City lodge of San
Jose, Cal. Visitors "welcome.-
G. L. KENNARD. Rec. Sec.
PACIFIC lodge No. 155. I. O. O." l^JSßSfea-
F., Odd Fellows* builillng. 7th
aii(i".Mnrk«?t sts.— Sppcinl m^ptlnK
--THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING. *«&!«*<*^
Third degree will be conferred by Garden City
lodse of San Jose. i O. J. THELEN, N. G.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— On Piedmont, train' at < Key "Route mole,
- Tuesday, November 15, gold plated I sterling
' silver purse, $2.50 in silver, pass key and vis-
ltln? card. Reward at 949,36 th St.; phone
Piedmont 3504. \u25a0 . •
LOST— On O'Farrell st. car or on Geary between
Jones and Taylor sts.. about: 2:30 on Friday,
a baby's gold chain with heart" shaped locUot.'
Finder return to £500 Filbert st. and receive
reward. - ' ; \u25a0 ' : ' \u25a0 .:\u25a0' \u25a0' \u25a0 . \u25a0-\u25a0.'- \u25a0 .
LOST — At Savoy theater, ' Thursday evening, . a
package containing a blue messallne waist,
size 36. Return to room 715, 08 Post St.; re-
ward.,
BOOK on Knight Templar and military tactics,
on- S. , P. train between Burlingame and San
Jose. Return .to -.'510 Butler bidg., S. 'F.;
reward.
LOST — Between Palace hotel and Sutter st. car.
black lynx boa. .: Return \u25a0to cashier ' Palace
hotel:; reward.
SINGLE stone diamond screw 'earrings, between
Emporium and Ellis and Fillmore sts. Liberal
reward at 831 Van Ness ay. : .; . . \u25a0. . y
LOST — Lady's gold watch and fob, ; mark letter
L. : Return to 129 , Haight . St. ;; reward. " s "
LOST — A black and white ' English setter . bitch?
. Return to 1270 Guerrero at. ; ; $20. •> '\u0084.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
- i-j^^PL;.,' .r : - - \u25a0\u25a0"'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
A— FIRST CLASS Japanese and Chinese cooks,
waiters. Janitors, ; porters, etc.', - wish to get
situations. ASIA EMP. -BUREAU, 531 Grant
ay. Phone Douglas 3532, : H0me "C4665..:. : :
CARPENTER, flrst class, ; wishes work. .Address
, :211 Diamond St.; phone Mission S39G. >:.;;\u25a0:.;.:
CHAUFFEUR, first class, ;.?. wishes position with
firm or private family; lost own' car. ln recent
garage fire ; - good mechanic : will • demonstrate
ability; references.' > Box; J007,: 1657. Fillmore.
CHAUFFEUR and ' thorough *j mechanic h desires
- position . mv private 1 family : ; : city.* or : : country;
can 'operate any car and willing ito teach own-
»t. \u25a0 Box 7009. Call; office. J657 Fillmore sst . -:\u25a0. :\u25a0
CHAUFFEUR (German);?; i honest, 7' Industrious,,
'. wiphes position: in ' country ;( can*; do own
pairing. . .'Address Chauffeur," 08-70' Clara .st., ;I
HANDY MAN. GOOD, STRONG AND WILLING,
* WOULD LIKE • A JOB, I CITY lOR j COUNTRY,
AT- ANY I KIND r- WORK; v- EEFERENCES.
PHOKB fIDTTEa^X3S3, - 7. \u25a0-.\u25a0..-*:.:. - .;._ •/
EMPLOYMENT WANTED '
PAINTER, paper hanger, tlnter.' Kralner, etc.;
wants work from owners; have tools 'for Inte-
. tlor tnd exterior work; no Job too large or too
. Final;. Decorator. -255 Bth rftT.. •. Richmond.
r Phone Pacific 3064. '\u25a0 \ \u25a0 ' ,"-
PAINTER, paper: hanger and tlnter, has all
tools, wants work from owners ; day or Job ;
I soofi work t'low' prices.' ' 1052 Capp at^ phone
*: 'Mission SSIS.' ,;: -. v-- : \u25a0-.\u25a0 .-;\u25a0.'. .*;!-.'-.•: :.:.'.: ";'
WANTED— A position by Al Janitor: speaks = 4
language*. Addres* G. B. ANFOSSI, ..Tlclno
hotel. 021-623 Broadway." .\u25a0'.':\u25a0- -. ; \u0084 ' \u25a0 ' \u25a0- "
WANTED— Accounting- work or a set of double'
entry books to 'keep evenings by a competent
person. Address box : 2745. Call office.
YOUNG j man with cooil reference, used to driv-
ing, knows* the city well, wants work of any
kind. Address C. NEJ.SON.^72S Capp Kt., city.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
" \- FEMALE
EXPERIENCED young woman w!i*es position as
nur«^ or companion to lßdy; iro objection to
second work; can mend neatly; references ex-
changed. Box 7006, 1108. Valencia. St.
LADY willow worker makes beautiful willow
-plumes from flld feathers and boas. Phone
Wt-st 221; small salary, or by .day. " ;-\u25a0.-'
MAN AND WIFE would like positions ; man is
a ' handy j man \ and ' ranch hand, gardener or
choreman.: and the. wife [ B a nne cook. Please
phone Slitter 1353.
RELIABLE young woman, best of references,
\u25a0- wants work by the hour, day or week; will do
shopping, care for children while mother shops
or-;care for children- in the evening while
parents are at the theater. Tel. West 5825.
SEAMSTRESS wnnts day work ; will do any kind
of sewing, mending or making over; has best
kind of references. Telephone West 5825.
SWISS girl wants a situation doing general
housework and cooking; German family .pre-
ferred. IG3O 17th st. cor. Carolina.
MALE HELP WANTED , : .f
MEN wanted,' age 18 to 35. for firemen. $100
monthly, and bra&eraen JSO, on nearby rail;
roada; experience unnecessary; no atrike; pro-
motion to engineers, conductors;; railroad em-
ploying headquarters;, over 500 men cent to
positions monthly; . state ace; send stamp.
Railway Association, care Call office. :
WANTED — $70 month; customs. Internal rev-
enue, railway mall clerks; list of Rpring ex-
aminations in San Francisco now ready; com-
mon education 6utncient; .preparation free;
write immediately. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE,
Dept.. 15 A. Rochester, N. V. , .
WANTED — A class A only ga* 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. \u25a0' '\u25a0 ' .
YOUNG man. IS to 20 years of age. to learn a
good business; one with some ' mechanical ex-
perience preferred. .Address in own handwrit-
ing, giving age. particulars of experience and
references, box 160, Call office.
MEN AND WOMEN— Learn the barber trade;
do' not be deceived by so called colleges; get a
scholarship under the Moler system and learn
right; 40 colleges in U. .S. We pay wages
while learning. Call Moler College. 234 8d St.
WANTED — Men without experience to work at
electricity, plumbing, automoblllng, brick lay-
lag; learn trade few months; no expense; 200
students last year; $30,000 contracts. United
Trade School Contracting Co.. 1623 Market.
DOUGLAS HOUSE, 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d— Now
open; 200 hard finished rms.; reading rm.; hot
water: rooms 25c day; $1.25, $1.50 week.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY> PAYMENTS; REF. REQ.
BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO.. 704 MARKET.
WANTED — Machinist on automobile work: must
be first class man. Studebaker Company,
Stockton. Cal. .
MEN and women for first class places. WHIT-
AKERS INFORMATION BUREAU, 321 Bush
St.. room 107. \u25a0 •
PRINTER — All round country: sober, wage,
capabilities, reference; first class town; perma-
lient. Box 158. Call office. ~
WANTED — An active man, good talker; big
money for right man: $500 surety or . cash
bond required. Call 823 Phelan blflg.
5 JAPANESE men wanted- to learn nice clean
business; will pay $15 to $25 week. Room
211, 015 Van Ness ay. \u25a0
WANTED — Boy In wholesale electrical ware-
house. Apply at .162 Minna st. near 3d.
WANTED — A porter, for saloon work. Apply
ISIO Folsom st. "\u25a0 .. : -
FIRST CLASS picture frame Joiner. RABJOHN
& MORCOM. 240 Post St.
STEADY;. man, light work, pays good wnges:
$150 cash required. 9CB Market St., ' -room 7.
EHRAND boy| j ilental - laboratory; chance for
promotion. 3245 Mission ut. - : '
BOYS and men' wanted. ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. 15tb and Folsom. .
MEN wanted at 103 3d st; to have their shoes
repaired; sewed soles 75e,*done in 10 minutes.
COUPON agents, new proposition. SCHAFFEB,
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 store.. 11l Sth st. ,•
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAAAA — Young women wanted as operators by
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company;
must be bright, neat In appearance, between
the ages of 17 and 25 years, of fair education
and unquestionable character.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATING ROOMS.
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILIi LEARN-
ING.
PERMANENT POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCB.
For full particulars call at the Operating
School, Telephone Office, 2015 Stelner st. cor-
ner Pine.
35 SALESLADIES; must be capable and experi-
enced in sale of ladles* coats and suits.' Apply
this morning between-0 and 11 o'clock. '
r ' MAURICE'S. -.
. 152 freary st.
WANTED — Stenographer and book keeper; young
lady with good education; must .be neat and
\u25a0\ accurate, take rapid \u25a0: dictation, read notfs
quickly.- Apply I'acinc f.'oa*t Borax Company,
Albany Mock. Oakland, Cal.
WAITRESS for commercial hc*c\, country, $25;
also 4 other waitresses . for oity hotel. $25,
room and board, first class placp; waitress for
plain ll hotel, country, . $25. room and hoard.
MISS PLTINKETT'S. IW6 Slitter cor. Webster.
WANTED — Girls to Join Russian dancing troup:
must be good looking and be able to sing and
\u25a0 dance; well booked ahead; act .now in re-
hoarsal. Apply 1000 O'Farrell St., Monday,
between . 2 and 4 o'clock.
" OAKLAND,
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAiD SALARY
': WHILIi LEARNING. 8
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., 3D AND CLAY STS.
APPLY TO MR. DAVI3.
LADIES, learn hair dressing at *OALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Cul-
ture; diplomas and formulas given: Individual
Instruction. 967% Market st. bet. Bth and 6th.
1 MANAGING house keeper in refined buslness-
' man's home; one without lncumbrances of any
kind; state particulars; no agents. Box 156,
- Call. office. , - : \u25a0
WANTED — Cash girls of, neat appearance, 14 to
16 years of age, with school Ing certificates.
Apply- superintendent's of five 0 to 11 a. m.,
HALE BROS.. INC., Market and 6th- sts., S. F.
LEARN hair dressing, manicuring, hair working,
1 massage; easy terms; l evenlnic classes. - The
\u25a0vKewiMetbod ITalr Parlors. 130 "Geary at. , '
WANTED— Young lady to' run sewing machine
in shade room. Apply . HULSB-BRADFORD
CO., OSO Mission st. | ; V .
WANTED— Experienced fitter. Apply *' superln-
- tendent's office 9 to 11 a. m., HALE BROS.,
\u25a0•-INC.. Market and 6th sts., San Francisco.
4 WOMEN solicitors;: 100 per cent commission.
Call at Occidental hotel, 9:to 12. - • .
WANTED— ParIor maid: must be experienced
.waitress; references. - 2724 Paclflc.;av. /; •
GIRL for " sundries, department -of : wholesale
house. Address box . 124; Call of nee.
TEACHER for a district school. J- B. STEARNS,
: 2142 Shattnck ay.. m- ' \u25a0
WANTED-^ Young ladles :to train for > nurses;
paid while learning. 919 Brush stY- Oakland.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
FOR the month of Nevember only, we ! will run
,a special on razors. Tonsorlal Gem,' sl.2s each.
" three . for • $3 ; j Chimes, $2.25 - each, t three . for
$6.50; Mission, $1.00 each ; Wet- or \u25a0 Dry. $1-
-each: the old reliable Blue Steel, $2 each, three
for $5.75. .Call and see us at-. 60 Sixth.- St.," S.
"ffi#Et&ff k£' ™^y™-:y ßEt^
WANTED^-aien a nd women to learn barberins;
twe teach in 8 weeks; no limit to time. Call
6. F.BABBER COLLEGE. 700 Howard st.
;. near 4th. .-, : y.y.. \u25a0 \u0084.,\u25a0; ..:;\u25a0_-:.; .:,: \u25a0:\u25a0;,'\u25a0,-, \u25a0:-:-'\u25a0 '-•\u25a0 \u25a0'
BEST new chairs;, also Koken'a white chair, and
all kinds on the market; new mirrors; nonfor-
fel ting lease. : 394 Hayes : st. ; \u25a0 phone Park 1242.
2 CC HAIrR r shop for ' sale, 'with ' living •' rooms : com-
,\ plpte;;wlll bear 'Inspection. -\u25a0 Dwight way and
', Telegraph -: a v., ; Eerkcloy. x '• ' •-'.' *'C~xi'i? X;
FOR- 5 sale— 2 hydraulic "chair outfit. -as as
; new ; L cheap f or cash: 'Itoom" 1," 953 \u25a0 Clay! st.,'
; Oakland.v\. -'. "v , .>. , \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ... '- ; , ."\u25a0;
FIRST .^ CLASS 1 barber . wishes ; a "; morning tjob,
. ..or : from opening. till 450r5{ o'clock .Job. ; Ad-
:;drea3^BAißEß,^223a,Sutt«-sU r .,- - ?~^J_ l ;
BARBERS:AND SUPPLIES
• : -V ' Continued,:
WANTED— Partner in. good paying barber, shop,
.'•* centrally' located; can buy half Interest. Box
\u0084fS3; Call of flee. :>.V- \u25a0\u25a0.'.-" - \ .
FOR sale— Good; paying," old established. 3 chair
. barber .shop; j splendid' location; reasonable.
; '349B A' 17th fit."; near Guerrero.
BARBER, wanted .for today. 552 7th st.'.-.Oak-
j'.land."- 7'/;"- v '- .-.V_ '.-\u25a0.' \u25a0 - "*-' =: : ...
FINE little barber shop to let, furnished; cheap
rent. . Call 1632 20th st. • >
BARBER wanted at 414 7th st., Oakland; steady
: Job.' \u0084.._/..:- ..:::. \u25a0' \u25a0 . . - .
.ONE chair barber shop for sale; good location;
cheap. .4014 East 14th St., Melrose.
BARBER wanted ' Saturday noon until Sund#y
.noon. 2393 Folsom st. nEar 20th. -,
GOOD harber Saturday noon to Sunday noon.' 236
Noe st. near Market.
GOOD barber wanted for today; steady if good.
612 Clny St. • r y .
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday. 17S0 7th
St., West Oakland. . .
BARBER wanted. 1401 15th st. near Folsom.
WANTED — Barber for Saturday afternoon and
Sunday.' 2103 San Jose ay. . -i \u25a0-\u25a0'\u25a0-
FIRST CLASS porter (colored), now emp., wishes
country position ; state wages. Box 100, Call.
BARBER wanted for Saturday nights, steady:
from 5 o'clock -on; good wages. 2200 Bryant.
BARBER wanted; steady; good wages. 506 Sth
St.. Oakland. , _ .
BARBER -wanted; steady ;""loc shop; commission
paid. 410 6th St., Oakland.
THREE chair shop for sale; cash or easy terms.
Call 641 Vallejo Bt.
EASY. : money; :\u25a0 use "Beef Gall" shampoo. At
Bauer's Barber Supplies, 59 O'Farrell st.
BARBERS* Protective Union — Employment eecre- -
tary. W.- BARON. 778 Mkt.: phone Knv. r»3«4.-
SALESMEN AND [SOLICITORS
WANTED.
Two reliable stock salesmen; rive 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 rand 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 Pacific bidg.
WANTED — Representative for prominent Phlla-
delphta mill, manufacturing tapestry portieres,
\u25a0 couch covers, minfast materials, etc.: state ex-
perience and where you can be reached, so In-
terview may be arranged. Address S. T. ROSE,
. Palace hotel. - \u25a0
"employment offices
PHONE PAG. DOUGLAS 3532. HOME C-4663,
831 GRANT AY.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NIBHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESB
AND CHINESE HELP OF ALL KIND 3.
AAA— PHONE WEST 1731.
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of-
fice In dry. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Lagnna st.
\u25a0 WEST 5655— 84088. '
OSCAR HATSUMI.
*~ Best help carefully ' selected; guaranteed.
INDEPENDENT Employment Office — Pbone
Main 579. Basement San Joaquln Valley
Bank bidg.. Hunter-st., Stockton, Cal.
A. S. HOltl, reliable Japanese-Chinese help
promptly furnished; open day and night. 1749
Sutter st. PHONES— WEST 2503. S2SO3.
H. W. HONG, Cuiaeea employment of ace. £03
Webster St., Oakland; phone Pekln 25.
J. CONN. Chinese employment bureau — Phone
Douglas 3166. Home C-5095. 755 Clay st.
STAR emp. office: Japane.«e-Cninese help. W.
KODATA. 1803 Geary: tel. West 167. 8-4908.
ROOMS TO LET
FPRyiSHED ,AJfP ._.^UNFURNISHED
A OOZY home for respectable ladles. 1130 Mar-
ket st. near Bth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished; every
modern convenience; steam. heat, electric light
- and elevator service: spotlessly clean; centrally
. located homelike; telephone Market
1349; prices -very moderate, ranging from 25c
per night up; special rates by the week or
month. See matron, room 88.
DUBOCE ay., 193—2 nicely furnished rooms In
a private family, with use of • phone and
shower batb, gas and electric light; breakfast
If desired; terms very reasonable.
DBWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard— All modem
conveniences: 800 rooms, 35c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week: free baths: Howard or 4th st. cars.
DEVISADERO St.. 1123— Sunny, furnished or
unfurnished room: phone and bath: cheap.
EDELWEISS. 2211 Mission st.— Modern, newjy
furn. sunny rms.; very reas.: bath, phone.
FILLMORH St.. 173S — Stop here, means clean
room, good bed, hot water, bath free; very reas.
GKOVE St., 676 — Furnished rooms, in a »iutet
family; $1.50 week.
HOWARD st., 2337 — Large, sunny alcove room
and pleasant side rooms; American family;
rent reasonable. > •
"HOTEL YOLANDA," IC6I Market st. Junction
Halght — Sunny furn. rooms; hot and cold
water day and night; elec. lights; new bouse;
ne\r furniture; ; baths; $2.23 week. .
HOTEL- METROPOLITAN. 975 Harrison— Quiet
Dlace; working people; hot wat.: b.; $1.50 wk.
LARKIN st.. IS32— Sunny room: new apartment
flat: brass bed. phone, bath; rent reas.; no sign.
LARKIN. 1318 — Newly furnished sunny bay win-
dow room, private: elec. light and phone;sl2.
NEVADA, 825 Van Ness ay. nr. Eddy st. — Furn.
"rooms, rates 50c to $1 per dny. $2 to $4 per
week; hot and cold water; dlso light house
keeping rooms. Take Eddy st. cars from ferry.
O'FARRELL St., 1274— Newly furnished, light,
eunny rooms; batb, phone; $1.50 week; also
?2 week. ,' \u25a0-\u25a0 ;•.-\u25a0\u25a0 -
oVEKLAND HOUSE, 609 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.
PRESIDIO ay., 354, near Sacramento St.— Sunny
corner bay : window parlor, for 2 gentlemen;
$16 per month. \u25a0
23D- st., 3505, ; near Valencia— Nicely furnished
sunny room,, connecting bathroom; with piano,
. phone; $10; also smaller sunny room; $8.
9TH St.. 364, near Folsom — Light and airy. rooms
35 cents per day up; running water, gas and
electric lights; cars pass the door; open all
night.; . - •
FOLSOM St., 1222, near Sth— House keeping and
"single rooms, with «tas. bath and washroom. ..
FILLMORE St., 1738— 2 or 3r. suite; good, clean
bed, with or without hskpg. outfits; reas..
FLAT of 3 beautiful, large, svmny rooms and
hath. Call at BLAKE'S. 110S Valencia at.
FULTON st. J , - 1553, nr. Baker — Front . unfur-
nished, suit for house keeping; water; phone;
\u25a0 modern; rent $14 per month. . \
HAVES St., SlS— Attic room and small kitchen,
$9. Also 2 basement rooms. $8. '
HOWARD st., 563— Front room and kitchen, $12;
2 : connecting, gas or coal, $9' to $12; others,
\u25a0$1.23. to $3.50 week.' : ,
LARGE bay - window . sunny i parlor with buffet
kitchen; $1C: 1325 Broadway. :,...'
MARKET st.,-; 1796— Two ' well furnished rooms
for -: light \u25a0* house keeping: rent reasonable.
MASON st.. 811, near Pine— 2 nicely furnished
sunny, house keeping rooms; mod. conveniences.
OAK .st., 716. • nr. Fillmore— Sunny," furnished
.- house keeping rooms, single. or en suite, mod-
ern; rent; reasonable. . \u25a0". \u25a0"•/ .\u25a0"\u25a0•: \u25a0
POST St.. 1481— Large front bay window. room,
\u25a0 with alcove; running water; grate.
SCOTT St., ICos— Lovely, I all day sunny i hskpg.'
room; bay win. ; also attic t^rn. rooms;' reas.
VAN NGSS ay., 311, corner Grove— Furnished.
sunny suites, ,$2O; single rooms, \u25a0 $2.50 _t» $3
* per week; gas. running water and telephone. \u25a0 v
mission branch of the call. Blake's
bazaar; iios Valencia st.. -
yO^L^DHSKG. ROOMS ,
Sth* St.." l-'Cfc corner Magnolia— For rent In Oak-
land, 4 01^0 sunny, rooms,- furnished for house-
keeping; these rooms' are .very conveniently 10-'
". " cated, . being on r streetcar ' line; only 2 blocks
to : either Key ; Route or Southern Pacific ferry .
trains. . ' \u25a0 . \u25a0 \u25a0>•*\u25a0. - \u25a0\u25a0'•'-
ROOMS ;:& BOARD OFFERED
AAA— THE I WEMPE.T 410 Oak. St.— Single aad
". double rooms. -with boards s3o per month up.:
CALIF, st. • 1541— St. Margaret's Club." for girls, \
•: teachers, students, bus. women, tourists; sunny
nns. : fine bd.: rates reas.i Fk..3292,',H. C 2569.
CALIFORNIA" st., 2523— Nicely . furnished sunny
- ' rooms ; ; excellent . board ; '. phone ; bath ; $6 - and
:."-s7r'per. week.". tv.'-r '"'\u25a0.-"\u25a0-"• ' -"..'*
.EXCELLENT ''-.accommodations for --couple or 2
:;;?i'ntlemen-:ln*reflned'nrivate family; Western
addition ; ; reference. Phone .West ; Cl4. • :.•;••-:
-FI RST ' class room ' and board In private home to
' permanent parties, $25 per month; free phone.
" ; 2860; Pine BU-.'Piionr^Weat -.8581; ..:.
ROOMS and BOARD OFFERED
' , Continued
LIST of inspected rooms; FREE, Nor. 12 to 26.
. See DOMO DIRECTORY. 11 to 2. 522 Crocker
bidg. ,i . \u25a0 \u25a0
PIEUCK St.. '815. nr. McAUlster — 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 convenience*.
ST. FRANCIS Girl** Directory. Central ay. and
Waller, et.. San Francisco — A •beautiful home,
where old ladies, young rlrls and little cbU-
. dren can board very reasonably. ~
4TH st.. 4Sj — Two nicely furnished rooms in new
flat, single or double, for gents, batb. phone,
with 3- meals per day. $27.50 per month.
OAKLAND ROOMS and BOARD^
ADELINE St.. 2232— Furnished rooms, for 2 or 3
pentleaipn: rear Key Uoote and San Pablo cars.
APARTMENTS
AA— BROOKING apartment*. 315 Sth at.— first
class except the price; walking distance: S
blocks from Emporium; electric lights, runnln*
water, free baths; phone and Janitor service:
1-2-8 rooms, fnlly furnished for house keeping;
$2.50 week up: bedrooms. $1.50 week np.
• \u25a0 ARCONA APARTMENTS, •
851 California st., half block from Fairmont
hotel; Ideal homes of 5 and 0 large, sunny ana
airy unfurnished rooms and bath; modern; newly
built; elevator, steam heat, tot and cold water,
etc.; marine view unexcelled:" $50 npward.
AA— THE FRANCESCA. 673 OAK ST.— NEW;
3 ROOMS. BATH AND DRESSING F.OOM:
LARGE ROOMS; LIGHT AND SUNNY: RENT
REASONABLE: MUST BE SEEN TO BE AP-
PRECIATED: REFERENCES. •**
BUCHANAN St., 17»2, nr. Sutter— Furnished
apartment of 8 rooms, with kitchen attached;
sunny and furnished complete for bouse keep-
ing; free phone, bath: yard; strictly private;
must see to appreciate. -
GORDON ALEXANDER. ICOI Sacramento cor.
Larkin — Eleg. furn. sunny 4 room apts.. $4O
to $50; 2 rooms. $23: velvet and Axmlnster
cpts., mplc. mahg. and mission furn.; steam
heat; elevator. - •-V,--* : .
LUNDY APTS.. Stanyan st at Frederick— The
most complete In the city; hot and cold water,
electric lights, bath*, elevator service. Janitor
service: every room In house llsrht: rents r*«s.
A— YKItBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST.
NEAi: LARKIN— ELEOANT SCITE3 OF 2-3
RMS.. BATH: COMPLETELY FURN.; REFS.
SPHIEB apartments. 227 9th st. — Sunny 2 room
connecting, famished and unfurnished, apts. ;
gas and electric lights and bath free. ;.\u25a0\u25a0*
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.
UKCHMO.NT. 1270 I'ine st. bet. Leavenwortn
and Hyde — New, beautifully furnished apart-
merits of 2 and 3 rooms, with bath.
AKDOISB APTS.. COU. PINK AND OOUGH-v
SUNNY. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
APARTMENTS.
SEVILLE. 115 HAIGHT— 3 ROOM, UNFUR-
NISHED APARTMENT. FRONT. SUNNY;
ALSO a ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT.
BKST modern 4 room apts., furn. and unfnro..
for the money at the Maryland. 363 Pate at.
EL FOKKST apartments, £25 Bush st. nr. Tit-
lor— 3 and 4 rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
ST. ELMO. 1432 Devisadero at.— Furn. front or
sincrle suites; bath, phone; all eon.: $12 to $40.
EUREKA apts.. Mkt. and 17th sts.— .Beautiful 3
and 4 r. apts.; phone. Janitor service; sunny.
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. U and 3 room
apts.;. hotel service: prlrate exca.: most reas.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF TIIE CALL 1?
v AT 1651 FILLMORE ST.
APARTMENTS
TREEHAVEN APARTMENTS, nidge road near
Euclid ay.. BERKELEY — UP TO DATE HOUSE
KEEPING APTS.. WITH EVERY MODERN
CONVENIENCE: CALL ANY TIME; SIUST
BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. %
HOTELS
HOTEL BRISTON. 413 OTarrell st.— All modern
conveniences; room and batb $20 per moata;
center of business section; single rooms $2.50
week up: country trade solicited.
HOTEL AMERICA, 1043 Market St.— Heart of
shopping dls.: 50c to $1 per day: strictly mod.
FiLATS T9 J~ ET
BALDWIN & HOWELL.
SIS-324 Kearny at.
$19.00 and $21— ICth st. bet. Dolores and
Church; modern 4 rooms and bath.
$20.00 — 423 Laurel st. nr. California; upper flat,
5 rooms and bath.
$20.f'J — 240 Myrtle ay. nr. Van Ness; modern
•'"4 rooms and bath.
$21.00 — SW. cor. Hayes and Scott sts.: apart-
ments. 4 rooms, reception hall and bath.
$2S-00. $30, $.12.50—1325 Elll3 St. nr. La.zuua:
new modern apartment fiats, 4 rooms, bath.
$42.50 and $45 — NW. cor. Clay and Hyde sts.;
new modern apt. flats, 4 rooms and bath.
$67.50—3405 Clay Bt. cor. Walnnt; elegant mod-
ern flats, 7 rooms and bath.
$75.00— 3.150 Washington st. nr. Walnut; superb
marine view flat. 8 rooms, 2 baths; hard-
wood floors ; furnace, etc.
GET A COPY OF OUR COMPLETE RENTING
BALDWIN & HOWELL,
- 31S-324 Kearny st.
NOB HILL — Select apt. bouse; newly furnlaaed
8 rm. apt. for sale at once; purchaser will fco
giTen advantage of amount already paid on
goods; balance terms If desired; reat of apt.
$25. Including steam heat. Janitor and gar-
bage service. " --
• See our 3 rm. outfit for $73. Apply
BARRY J. MOORE FREE INFORMATION AND
RENTING BUREAU. «.
40-52 O'Farrell >t. near Market. ,> If
JACKSON St., 1565. near POLK — Convenient
downtown location. SAN BENITO apartment
flats of 4 rooms and bath each. Rents reduced
to $25. Janitor \u25a0 service, ball lights and
removal of garbage free. SHAINWALD,
BUCKBEE & Co.. 27 MONTGOMERY ST.,
Telephone DOUGLAS 47. .-S "
CARL St.. 263— New flat. 5 and 6 rooms and
bath; beamed celling; marble vestibule; rea-
sonable.
BUSH St., 2069, bet. Webster and Buchanan —
Two elegant flats, 8 rcoois and batb each; rent
cheap.
BUSH St.. 1685. nr. Gougb— Light and sunny 7
rooms and bath; good renting location; reason-
, able. ,
CASTRO *t.. 167 A. north of Market, near 13th —
New flats; lease Just expired; rent reduced;
$15 up: 4 rooms and bath; Janitor. \u25a0
STEINER St.. 554— Beautiful, arhstlc. new. 5
S room flats, -marble entrance: strictly first
class; must be seen: rent reasonable.
10TH ay., 169, nr. California St.— Elegant. 5-6-7
room, modern, strictly up to date flats, with
or without garage: reasonable.
ASHBURY UTS.— NEW. 5 RM.: FINEST IN
CITY FOR PRICE: SUN. VIEWS. 270 TRE.
MONT: $17.50 up: HAVES or ISTH ST. CAKS.
NOE St., 140, near 14th — Sunny flat of 5 rooms
and bath; rent $20. .
LLOYD st., 34, near Waller and Scott — 1> sunny
rooms and bath; modern; large storeroom.
JONES st., 2036— T0 let, 4 rooms and bath;
rent $17; a marine view; sun all day. |
FILLMORB St.. 3004 — $22.50; sunny flat of 5
rooms ; and bath; on car line.
HAVES St.. 1387 — Sunny apartment flat of 4
rooms, bath; automatic hot water service.
18TH Bt.. 3801. cor. Church, fronting Mission
park — 2 flats of 6 and 7 sunny rooms. .
MINNA st.. 1321, near J 4th — 1 sunny rooms anil
- bath; modern.
FLAT of 3 beautiful, large, sunny rooms and
bath. Call at BLAKE'S. 1108 Valencia st.
NOE Bt.,' i'Jo, cor. 19th — cunnj, mixiexn. upycr
6 rooms; $20. ~
FLATS WANTED
WANTED— 4 OR 5 ROOM FURNISHED FLAT
OR APT.;. MUST HAVE TWO BEDROOMS.
BE CONVENIENT TO CARS. NORTH OF
MARKET, IN A RESPECTABLE NEIOIIBOP.-
nOOD: RENT NOT TO EXCEED $33. AD-
DRESS BOX 9<i, CALL OFFICE.
. FLA TS FOR SALE
KTJRXISUED
FURNITURE 8 rooms, complete, cheap; /quick
- sale; cash. 1547 Pacific ay. bet. Polk and Lar-
kin: owner leaving city..
21STtst..'3224— Nicely furnished fiat. 6 rooms
* and bath ;\u25a0 very reasonable; no dealers.
I COTTAGES TO LET
COTTAGE to let; 4 sunny rooms; water; $10
1499 Church it. ' • '•
OAKLAND COTTAGES TO LET
, FPR.YISHED
NICELY furnished cottage. 5 rooms, bath; cook-
Ing stove, gas plate: reduced to $18; no small
, children.' - Call 1931 Magnolia st.
HOUSES TO LET
U.\FUR.\ISHED
TO * reel— Music studios; splendidly \u25a0 equipped: a
few left. KOHLEK & CHASE bidg.. 2tt O'Fa*-
rell at." ,
HICKORY-av., 814—6 sunny rooms; yard- bath-
ceatral;; v 2O; half month free. .-.
FLATS, RESIDENCES, LOFTS
. AND OFFICES TO LET
OR LEAS!L~-~-—->
J. W. WRIGHT ft CO..
XS MONTGOMERY- ST.. MILLS BLDG.
PHONES:
DOUGLAS 4430. CUES
— v REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AUCTIONEERS.
KEXT2 COLLECTED.
FULL CHARGE *AKSN OF PROPERTY
THIS CIST REVISED DAILT.
FLATS AND APTS. NORTH O5" MARKET.
$70-3 r.: 2C77 California nr. Scott; «PP* r ;,
!g3 ea.-8 and 0 r.: 2 elegant flats: marine view.
3320-24 Washington nr VValnut. .
$<so— ll r.; 244 Laurel nr. Clay: marine view.
$65—7 r.: 32SS Jackson nr. Walnut.
$20to $60-2. 4. 5 and 6 rms. ; beant'ful apt*
just completed: finest on Nob Hlil. garaga
space, etc.: Clay nr. Leavenwortb.
$60—7 r.: 2C04 Vallejo cor. Lagum, : uppStv
$52.50— « r.; 3254 Jackson nr. Walnut.
$50-$35-$65— 10 r. each: 3 modern flats, marine
view; 2016 to 2520 Lasuna nr. Broadway.
$30—6 r.; Sl7 Mason st. nr. Pine.
$50—8 r.; 2325 Van Ness nr. tnlon: raodfrn.
$50— C, t.z 1453 Washington nr. Hyde. «PP« r -
|oOsss-6 r.: 13;J3-35 California nr. L ea Tea *
worth: hardwcod floor*: elegant Tiew.
$50— Sr.; 537 FlUmore Dr. Fell; npP«- ,^^
$47.30—7 r. ; 1314 Leavenworth nr. . iow«r.
$47.50— 7 r.: 1690 McAllister nr. Brod.; npper.
$45_S r .; 3112 Clay nr. Lyon: upper.
$43—3 r.; 137S Sacto. nr. Leavenworth, npper.
$45—7 r.; 25« Pine nr. Scott: upper.
$45—6 r.: 1103 Jackson nr. Jones; flesaat rlew.
$42.50—6 r.; middle; new bids.: splendid, tunny
rooms; large closets: marine yiew; li&J
Filbert nr. Hyde; every convenience.
$42 50—3 r.; 1733 Larkln cor. Jackson; modern.
$42.50 — 8 r.: 460 Scott cor. Fell: upper.
$40 — 7 r.; 2000 Vallejo cor. Laguna.
$40—8 r.; 3315 Jackson nr. Walnat.
$40—7 r.; 1331 Washington nr. Leav.: npper.
$40—7 r.; IC2O Broderick nr. Bush; npper.
$37.50—5 large rms. ; every possible convenience;
light and sunny; larse closets; marine new,
1173-73 Filbert St. nr. Hyde.
$37.50 — 7 r.; 461 Spruce cor. California.
$37.30—7 r.; 31SS Washington nr. Lyon.
$37.50 — 6 r.; 1324 Leavenworth nr. Jackson.
$37.50—6 r.; 4*4 Central ay. cor. Hayes.
$37.50^ — 6 r.; 1360 Green nr. Polk.
$37.50 — 6 r. : 2212 Polk nr. Vallejo: upper.
$33—6 r.; 1703 Hyde cor. Broadway: upper.
$35—7 r.; D2G Fillmore nr. Fulton: upper.
$33—6 r.; 2050 L'nlon nr. Buchanan.
$33—7 r.; 1730 Union nr. Gougb.
$33—6 r.; 2964 FlUmore cor. Union; nPPJf-
S35 — 7 r.; 2703 Laguna cor. Vallejo; middle.
$33 — 4 r.; 1363 Pine nr. Larkin: upper. -
533-$37.30 — 4 and 5 r. ; beautifully appointed*
lares rooms; light and sunny: large closets;
every cony.; The Vernon. 1930 Hyde st.
$33 — 1 r. each; 2030 Hyde nr. Filbert; splendil
Sized room*: large closets: marine view.
$35 ea.— 1441-31 VaUeJo nr. Polk; uppera.
$35— 0 r .; 11*53 Devisadero COR. Eddy; reduced
from $40; elegant, modern; middle flat.
$33-$42.30 — 6 r. each; brand new flats; modern;
panoramic marine view; light and sunny;
1131-69 Filbert nr. Hyde.
$33 — 7 r.; 926 Taylor nr. Pine: very low tent.
$33 — 6 r.; 1436 Jones nr. Washington.
$35—6 r.; 230 Clayton nr. Fell.
$:55— 6 r.; 1514 McAllister nr. Scott: modern.
$35—6 r.; 227 Clayton nr. Fell: auto space.
$33 — 1 r.; 1664 Larkin cor. Wash.; hot water.
|35_9 r . ; 2154 Brotlerick cor. Wash.: upper.
$35— 6 r.; 2*m Golden Gate cor. Central ay.
$35—7 r.; 1346 Union nr. Octavla; modern.
*;r_'.r>0 — t! r. ; l>'s L'nlon ur. Jones.
$32.60—6 r.; St-02 California cor. Cherry.
$32.50—6 r.; 1434 Vallejo nr. Poli.
$32.50—5 r.; 1051 Lyon nr. Clay; upper.
$32.50—6 r.; 1314 Cole nr. Rlvoll.
$32.50—7 r.; IS3S-1S Fell «t. nr. Ashbury; upper.
$32.30—5 r.; 1370 Union nr. Polk.
$32.00—6 r.; 1107 Masoa nr. Clay; upper.
$32.50—6 r.: S5O Central ay. cor. McAllister.
$32.50—7 r.; 2996 Pine cor. Lvon: modern.
$32.50—6 r.; 1343 Hayes nr. Broderick; upper.
$30 and vp — 2 and 3 r. apts.; hot water, steam
beat, hardwood floors, gas ranges, wall beds,
etc.; 1651 Larkln nr. Washington.
$30—6 r.; 1690 Green cor. Gough; middle; strict-
ly modern; easily worth $45: marine view.
$30—5 r.; 2196 Union cor. Fillmore.
$30—6 r.; 2430 Larkin nr. Filbert; upper.
$30 — 6 r.; 1630 Devisadero nr. Sutter; reduced
from $37.30; sunny and modern: upper.
$30—6 r.; lSffT Busb nr. Octavla; upper.
ISO — 6 r.; 937 Union nr. Jones.
$30^ — 5 r.; 1544 Jones nr. Pacific: upper.
$30-535 — 6 r.: 2233-2233 Sutter nr. Pierce.
$30—7 r.; 1537 Pacific nr. polk; upper.
$30-$32.50— 4 r. ; 1031 Leavenworth nr. California.
$30—6 r.; 132 Fillmore nr. Waller.
\u25a0[30^ — 5 r.; 1236-3S Cole st. nr. Alma.
$30—6 r. ; 5650 Sacramento nr. Spruce. .
t:«) — f'r.; 1471 Washington nr. Hyde: upper.
;:3u — c r. ; 3317 Clay nr. Walnut; upper.
$30 — 5 r.; 12S1 Filbert nr. Larkln: upper.
$30^ — I r.; 1670 Clay nr. Polk; upper.
$.">O ea. — 6 r.; 1742-44 Union nr. Gough.
$30 — 6 r.; 135 Buchansa nr. Waller; upper.
*oO— 6 r.; 3572 Sacramento nr. Cherry.
$30—6 r.; 534 Filbert nr. Taylor.
$30—6, r.; 42<J Frederick nr. Cole.
$30^ — 6 r. ; 1131 Vallejo nr. Leavenwortn; upper.
$30 — 6 r.; 1921 McAllister nr. Lyon: upper.
$30 — 7 r.; 3108 Clay nr. Baker; modern.
$30^ — t r.; 1714 A Polk nr. Clay: upper.
$30 — 6 r. ; 2148 Broderick nr. Washington.
$30 — « r.; 1279 Filbert nr. Polk.
$30—6 r.; 2074 Hayes nr. Cole. />'•: \u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0
$30 — 4 r."; 1331 California nr. LeavenwortJi.
$30^ — 6 r.; 837 Clayton nr. Carl; upper.
$2S — 7 r. ; 2502 Stelner nr. Broadway; upper.
$28 — 6 r. ; 2120 Leavenworth nr. Filbert.
$28 — 6 r.; 431 Page nr. Webster; npper.
$27.50— C r. ; 1560 Greenwich nr. Van Ness; up.
527.."".<i — r; r.; 3037 Washington nr. Baker.
*:17.."*}-S3O^ — 5 r- : 60-62 Alplae nr. Waller; NEW.
$27.50^ — 5 r.: 1542 Jones nr. Paclne.
#27.50 — G r.; 1604 Jones nr. Paelne.
$27.50—7 r.; 31S0 Washington nr. Lyon.
$27.30^ — 6 r.; 3334 Sacramento nr. Walnut.
$27.3t> — 6 r. ; 2204 Grove nr. Snrader.
$27.50 — 6 r. ; 162S Bucbanan nr. Post; modern.
$27.50 — 3 r.; 435 Spruce nr. Sacramento.
$27 — G r.; lies Broadway nr. Leavenworth.
$26 — 6 r. : 923 Scott nr. Golden Gate.
$21f.50-$27.50 — 5 r.; 1263A-638 Lombard nr. Polk.
$25 — 6 r. ; 1^32 Buchanan nr. Pest; modern.
$25 — 6 r. : 1733 Green nr. Octavla: upper.
$25-s3o— 5 r. each: Just completed; 19-21 Leßoy
nr. Sacramento and Jones.
$23 — 7 r. ; 2705 La.zuca cor. Vallejo.
$23 — 7 r. ; 2423 Bucbanan nr. Jarkson; upper.
$23 — 6 r.; 2134 O'Farrell nr. Devisadero.
$25— 4 r.; 704 Central ay. cor. Pulton; upper.
$23 — 3 r.; 1133 Vallejo nr. Jonea.
$23 — 6 r.; 2243 Leavenworth nr. Lombard.
$23 — 5 r.; 1041 Filbert nr. Leavenworth: upper.
$25—3 r.; 1013 H st. nr. lQth ay.; upper.
$25 — 639 Lyon st. nr. Fulton; upper.
$25-533-545—6 r. ea. ; 3 modern flats; 263-T-O
Ist ay. COU. California.
$23 — 6 r. : 71S Clement nr. 13th ay. ; modern.
$23—5 r.; 1219 A Geary nr. Goush: upper.
$23— 6 r.; 1*49 Filbert nr. Octavia.
$23 — 1» r.; 25.11 Lasuna nr. Green.
$23 — 7 r.; 1556 Union nr. Lacuna.
$24 — 6 r.; 285* Steiner nr. Broadway.
$23^ — 5 r. ; 12 tl Union nr. Hyde; renovated.
$23^ — 7 r.; »26 Central ay. nr. Golden Gate.
$23—5 r.; 1543 Filbert nr. Octavla; modern.
$22.50—5 r.; 37 California souta nr. Ist ay.
$22.50 — 7 r.: 832 Halglit nr. Devisadero; upper,
$22.50—4 r.; 12S0 Union nr. Larkln.
$22.50 — t r.; 1440 Paciflc nr. Hyde: upper.
$22.50 — 3 r.; 1663 Washington nr. Polk.
$22.50^ — 5 r.; 1707 Hayes cor. Central ay.
$22.50 — 3 r.; 1118 Broadway nr. Leav.; upperw
$22.30—5 r.: 2918 Octavla bt. Filbert; modern.
$21—4 t.; 1463 Vallejo nr. Polk.
$20 .to $27.50— Elegant apts.. 4 r.; disappearing
beds; marine view; 838 Filbert nr. Taylor.
$20-$23 — 3 and 4 r. ; modern apt. flats; garaga
space; 225 Clayton nr. Fell; upper.
$20^ — 5 r.; 1654 Filbert nr. Gouxh; upper.
$20 — 3 r. ; 1531 Sacramento nr. Hyde; upper.
$20 — 5 r.; 1868 Union nr. Octavla.
$20 — 5 r. : 403 Walnnt cor. Sacramento.
$IS-$2O-$22.50— 3 r. each; apt. flats; 1710 Larklq
nr. Wash.; neat and cozj; ttrictly modern.
$20—4 r.; 71 Glover nr. Leavenworth.
$20—5 r. ; SW. cor. Hayes at. and Central ay.
$20 — 4 r.; 1436 Sth ay.. Sunset.
$29 to $30 — 1 r. ea. ; NE. cor. Sacto. and LocustV
$18 4 r.; 2016 Octavla nr. Filbert.
$18 — 2 r. and b.; 5844 California nr. Cnerry.
$18—3 r.; 2200 Pt Lobos nr. 12ta »t.
$18—4 r. ; 70OA Central ay. corner Fulton.
$17.50 — I r.; 10SO Filbert nr. Hyde.
$16 — 5 r. and b. ; 2319 Lombard nr. Pierce; upper,
$13 — 5 r.; 1631 Golden Gate ay. or. Scott.
$13 — t r. ; 1378 19th ay. nr. I «t.v
$14.30 — 3 r.; 2S Waldo place nr. Broadway.
$13^ — 4 r.; 1041 Filbert nr. Leavenwortn.
$12—4 r. ; 18 Lower terrace nr. Ashtnnrj.
$10 — 3 r.; 403 Walnut cor. Sacramento. •'& .-'^*
FURNISHED. : : '(
$200—11 r.; large grounds; Clay nr. Mapl«.
$100— 6 r.; middle; 1224 Jackson nr."Jon»«.
$72.50— S r. house; 190G Webster nr. California.
j3^.50-U5 r.; 1602 Jones near Pacific.
$27.50—3 r. and b.; 1355 Clay cor. Leavenwortn.
$22.30 and $32.50—3 r. and b.; 316S California
nr. Lyon; furnished and partly furnished.
$30—6 r.; 1528 Leavenworth nr. Jackson; furn'4.
HOUSES NORTH OF MARKET.
$75— S r.; SSI Ashbury nr. Frederick; garago.
$65 — 9 r.; completely furn; 111 6th ar. nr. Laka.
$80—10 r.; 2524 Clay nr. Scott; modern.
$53—12 r.; 2029 Vallejo nr. Laguna; view.
$50—9 r.; 2523 Gougb. nr. Valleja.
<40 — s r. ; 248 10th ay. nr. Clement at.; modem.
$43—10 r.; 3118 Washington nr. Lyon.
$12.50—3 r. and b.; 22 Delgado OF7 Hyde.
STORES, LOFTS. ETC., NORTH OF MARKED
$100— Bush, and Kearny; ground floor space.
$75— Elegant, large, light 2d floor; 450 Mkt. at.
$3S — Store. NE. corner Union and Larkla stst
$30 — Store; 618 Clement nr. 7th ay.
$30^ — Large store, 1760 O'Farrell near Fillmore.
$20 — Fine location fof^fnilt store.
$23 and $30 — Stores. 2024-2 C Hayes near Cole
$12.50 to $3i> — Large, light sample rooms.
JSO— 3,OOO »q. ft. SE. cor. Market and Mala* of.
flee loft; elevator, steam heat; water 'and
light free. .
SOUTH OF MARKET AND MISSION
$40— Store and flat of 7 r. : 1592 Folsom nr. 14th.
$30—5 r.; 1923 13th at. nr. Dolores; upper
$22.50—7 r.; 246 Chattanooga near 23d; upper
$30-$23 — I r. and b. each; 1463 Fol*om nr. 10th,
$25—7 r.; 38 Sharon near 15th; upper.
$20 — 5 r.; 1929 15th *t. nr. Dolores; lower.
$12.50 — 1 r. and b. ; 154 A Lanscton near Folsom
$9-sl2— Mod*ru apts.. 3 r. ea.; newly reno»atedi
I€l Morris ay. near Bryant bet. Sth and tttal
J. W. WRIGHT & CO..
22S MONTGOSIERY ST..

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