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MEETINGS— LODGES
FIDELITY lodre No. r?2. I. O- jtiPßSg** '
.-,. F— MONDAY NIGHT. Dec. ££jg3§^J(£
.". Third Degree. Visitort wcl- ""SSTrv^*
come. J. H. EHLERS. N. O. "" '
W. K. IRVINK. Rec. Sec.
JIIGGERR and Stevedores — Special meet- j£>
1n» MONDAY. Decenil>er 5, at 8 p. m.. jgE
Brewery Workers' hsll. iCi^H
THOMAS F. BRYANT, President. 'jß&jr
]'.. H. F<ILEY. V__*
Rec. end Cor. Secretary.
THEOSqPHICALJVEETJNGS
THE nciTED LODGE OF THEOSOPHISTS,
117 Mechanics' bldg.. $>4S Marketj,st. •
TONIGHT at 7:4*— "States After I»eath."
rnh'ic le'tur' 1 : Tic«tions answered: free to all.
NOTE CHANGE LOCATION AS ABOVE.
•THEOPOPHICAL POClETi"— San Francisco lodge,
345 Pacific bldg.: free public lecture. 8 p. m..
by Mr*. W. J. Walters; subject, "The Prtln-
<3uent Cbil-1." ": \u25a0\u25a0: •
•TFIEOSOPHICAL society— Founded by H. P.
Blavatrky. 1472 Goldea Gate ay. Lecture at
*• p. to..' "Karma. or the I^aw of Cause and
Effect." by Mrs. Eaton.
CHURCH SERVICES
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES.
Subject of lesson sermon, ••God. the Only
Cause srd Creator."
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST.
Sscrsmento and Sent sts. — Sunday at 11 a. m.
and Sp. m. : Snnflay school. 11 a. m.: Wednes-
day evening meeting «t S o'clock. Free read-
ing roots*. 720 Chronicle bldg.. open daily ex-
cept Sundays and holidays, from 10 a. in. to
5:30 p. m.
SECOND CHURCFT OF CHRIST. SCIEN-
TIST. Kendrick's bull. 454 Valencia st. nesr
3(?th-— Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sunday schoe], same
h«nr; Wednesday evening meeting nt S o'cVvk.
rree reading r«vuri. 2T'CI Mission St.. open II
«. m. to 5 p. m. snd 7 to V p. m. except Sun-
days, holidays «n<l Wednesday evenings.
THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST.
P3O Shradcr Bt. near Height — Sundays at 11
s. m.: Sunday cehool. 10:30 a. ni:: Wednesday
fren\ng meeting nt S o'clock. Free reading
room. Fame address, open 1 to 6 p. m., except
i^nndaye and holidays.
All are welcome to attend tie meetings and
visit the reeding rooras.
A MEETING FOR MEN ONLY
I The regular meeting for men only, conducted
by the Young Men's Christian association on
Sunday afternoons, will be held today at the
neiy building of the association, Golden Gate
ay. and Leavenworth st. The services will open
with a musical program by the C-alifornUns In
the lobby at 2:30 p. m. The song service, in
the auditorium, will r>r*-n the meeting at 3
p. m. The speaker for this afternoon is Rev.
Dr. J. R. Pratt, an e-range'lst of note, who
will ppeak on the subject. "How a Man May
Make rt<wi." After tlie address a popular Mhle
class will be ooaducted hy Henry J. McCoy.
The services of the afternoon will elope with a
stingers' supper served in the dining room at
1?» c-ents per plate. All men. snd especially
prrangers in the city, are cordially invited to
nil of tlie«e gatherings.
KIKST Congregational church, comer Post an<l
t Mason sts. — Service* »t 11 a. m. and 7:4."i
p. tn. Rev. Madison C. Peters. D. P., of
New York will presch morning and evening. At
11 a. m.. "Tlie Autumn Leaf and Its lessons."
At 7:45 p. m., monthly service of song. Spe-
cial music by the choir. Sainnel D. Mayer,
organist and director. Sermon by Dr. Peters:
topic. "Tsming the Greatest Shrew In the
World fJames 3:1:12*. a Straight Talk From
the Shoulder and Timely Sermon on Gossips."
?cn4ay school at 12:45 p. m. All are cor-
dially invited. Pr. Peters' Thanksgiving ad-
dress on '•Ameries's Needs; Fewer and Better
Immigrant*." published hy request, will be
distributed after the services.
FIRST Prechyterian church. Washington St..
tvtween Van Ncfx ay. and P"lk St.: Rev. Wil-
liam Kirk Guthrie. minister: residence. _353
Pacific ay. ; telephone West M 44: church tele-
phone Franklin 417— Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. ra. TBe pastor will preach in th°
morning. Communion at close of morninc
, service. At night, monthly praife service by
The choir. Prof. Otto Fleisner. organist: Rev.
Rabbi Meyer of Temple Emannel will sneak
c.n the Juvenile court. Bible ccbool at !>:4r>
». m. Men's bible class at I" a. m. Chris-
tian Endea-ror at 5:30 p. m. and fi:3o p. m.
Midweek prayer meetinc Wednesday at S p. m.
All er<» cordially Invited.
FIRST Unitarian church. Franklin and Geary
sts. — Rev. Bradford I.eavitt. minister; resi-
dence. 2MI Oetavia st. Sunday school at in
s. ra.. Charles A. Murdoek. superintendent:
Junior church. 10:30 a. m.: church service. 11
s. m.: Rev. Florence Buck of Ptlo Alto will |
presch: subject. "Is It Well With the Child?"
Quartet. Miss Helen Heath. M— . Llllle Bir-
mingham. John Carringron. Bentley Nicholson.
H. Bretherick. organist. All are cordially
invited. There 1s no evening perrire.
CALVARY Presbyterian ehnrch. Jackson and Fill-
ir.ore t-ts. — Rev. William Rader. pastor; resi-
dence 2329 Sacramento st. ; home phone West
245. church phone West 7WV Th" pastor
will preach morning and evening: 11 a. m..
ciersraent of the I>ord's supper snd reception
of new members: the pastor will preach on
"The B^y 5n the City"; 7:45 p. m.. "The
Golden Rule us Interpreted In 'The Merchant
fit Venice.' " p«cond in the series on "Great
Tr.iffcp Illustrated by Shakespeare."
GRACE Pro-Cathedral. Ssframento \u25a0 n '' Taylor
Ptt.. The Very ReT. J. Wtlrner Greshatn. B. P..
fl 6 an. At S n. tn.. holy communion: Q:lTi n. ra..
Sunday school: 11 a. m.. «-r<ond celebration
with sermon: 5 p. ra.. cathedral vesper servicp.
« ith address on the tenth commandment by
the deen.
Cathedral Mission of the Good Samaritan,
r-itrero *v. and 2r.th St.. Roy. J. p. Turner,
\u25a0near. Services st *:30 and fl a. m., and
7:4' p. m.
CENTRAL Methodist Episcopal church. O'Far- j
rell st. west of Prank'iu. R»-v. Elberf R.
Dllle. I). D.. pastor — The pastor trill pre«. h
»t Jl:15 a. m.. ••r'iri=t Tilings Fir.^t"; 7:4r. p.
m.. "•Sabstitute<; for Religion: or Side Trnck«= ;
snd the Main Line." Sunday school at ',
32:50 p. m. Young people"* meeting aj 0:1:. *
T- ra. Mid week tetrtec Werinesd?.;.- evening
at 7:45 p. m. Everyhody welcome. «-eats free, j
IllMiU t*:npl?. Filbert st. cor. Webster, elty — •
Today three free public Icttires t-n "I!infl!i j
Attitude Toward Womanhood"' at 10:4."» s. m.: j
on "Self-Mfifctery** at 3 r>. m.. nnd •<!» "Sects i
and Sectarianism" at 7:4r. p. m. Please ap-
ply for classes and private les«ons. Plpsse j
appoint for free in'.ei-ier-s. F!r«t Thnrwlay.
Rp. m.. qucf-tion class free. Plet«e tfstl their j
icvaluahle monthly. "Vuire of Freedom." • j
GRACE M. *:. church. 2!st and - Capo f.s.— !
• The pastor. Rev. Gf-orge.A. Ilouch will tt i '"p«''li
st II a. m. <>n "What to Do With Trouble":
7:30 p. ni.. \u25a0tereoptlooo aer— oo. "lys^t Scenes
in Life of Jesus." K>o beautiful vlpws. Spe- i
cial music by fine cbonu choir. Stranepr* :
cordially welcomed to kII onr services. Sun-
r\t.r schoo! at. 12:45; Kpworth l^acue st 0
p. m.: prayer meetine We<lnc^lay evening.
WF.PLFY Methodist Episcopal church. Hayes
snd Buchanan sts. — Rev. K. P. I>ennctr. 11. It.,
pastor. Sunday services: 11 o'cVtek a. m..
tennrtn. "Tiie Strength of Weakness." 7:30
p. tn.. "The Pr.-rcr of Faith." bcin« the last
rtf a series cf "ernions on "Facts That Make
for Faith." The pastor preaches at both j
f.erv>es. a cordial invitation to attend is,
\u2666 >: tended. I
TRINITY Pre«byterian church, corner 23d and j
C)ipp sts..- pastor. Rec. Edward K. Strong — j
Cr>m:nunion service at 11 a. m. Evening serv-
\u25a0>e "at 7:3f* o'clock: subject of sermon. "Re-
ligiotis In Senl'aiCTit. Rehellioii« in Action."
P'Mday school at »:45 a. m. Men's hihle class
•t 10 ». m. Endeavor societies at 0:13 p. m.
Midweek meeting Wednesday. R p. m.
HOME OF TRUTH. ~
Practical Christianity.
6un<3*y »rrv!c» at 11 a. ni. All are welcome.
Kohler & Chase hall. 40 O'Farrell st.
Individual teaching ard healing and all other
tn*etlrJK« conducted et the HOMES OF TRUTH.
SOT*r* California St.. ph^ie West 0023, and 1109
Franklin st.. phone Franklin 5134.
FIRST Baptist church. Oetavia at Market st.
George E. Buningame. pastor. Mornins worship
find Lord's supper service, n «. m. ; «>!,,
"Fear Not Ye O Israel." Mr. P. F. Petfigrew. !
F.T*nfng gospel servi-e, 7:4": sermon' theme
"Freedom and Responsibility"; anthem '
V^hristinn. the Morn Breaks": solo, "The
I.eysin." Mis* Tlejen Colburn ITeath.
FIRST- Methodist church. orDer of Clay and Lar-
kln sts.— Rev. Psmuei Quiekmire. pastor. Serv-
ices at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Communion service at morning hour of wor-
ship today. Preaching by pastor both morning
and evening. Sonday school at 0:45 a in
CUse meetiDS. 12:30 p. m. Epworth league at
6:30 p. m. geaas free. Everybody welcome.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Reformed church (free
?n4 independent*. Jefferson Square bldg.. B_r»
Golden Gtte ay. — Sunday 11 a. m. and * p
m.: subject. "We Are Content, for We Have
O>d"r- Wednesday. 3 p. in.. healing and I
Bible class: instruction and hetlins daily V
to 5 p. m.: free reading rw«a; all are* wel-
come: no charge*.
SEVENTH DAY Adventist church. 01« Laguna
ft., north of McAllister — This evening at 7-45
o'clock the. pastor.' George \V. Rine, —ill give
«n address on Die question. "D?d the Cro»s
Abrogate the Ten Commandments?" AH »re
tnift earnestly invited to be present: a live
subject; goAd music.
\u25a0 — — — — \u25a0 — — ,
TRINITY Episcopal church, cor. Bush and
Goufh sts. — Holy communion 7:^0; Sunday
school 0:30: morning service nnd holy eorn-
munfon at 11 o'clock: the regular evening
service at S o'clock: pood music by the large
choir: the rector.. Rev. F. W. Clampett.- D. D.
will preach at both services; all are welcome.
COMB snd hear Mr. Kenneth Duncan, who is~to
address the Jerry McAnley mission. 110 Silver
, st. near 3d. at R o'clock p. m. Tuesday even-
•ir.g tneetinz for testimony. Thursday evening
Bible . reading and answering questions by
Chas. Montgomery. The public invited to all
meetings. .
6T. PAULS Protestant Episcopal ehnrch. Cali-
fornia st. near FUlmore— Rev. W. E. Conner,
rector. .Services: Holy coramnnlon. R a. m.;
morning. prayer and sermon. 11 o'clock; even-
ing prayer and termon. 7:45: Sunday school,
!>:45 a. m. All are cordially Invited.
tt L °!L :w.: w.
I,OST— Small black purse, containing \u25a0 small
amount of money «n<" w" 110 l"" 0 !"^ 1 articles of
>-w«-lry to be repair*^: «f no vain* except to
owner. • Finder please leave at husloegs office.
Cae, & and Market etc.. and receive reward.
TTi --.-—\u25a0
LOST AND FOUND
_ Continued .
r • V
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG— Advertise it
here. It will be returned to yon if an fionest
person finds it. Remarkable recoveries are
brought about every day through this column.
IF YOU KIND ANYTHING BRING IT
to Tfco
I > San Francisco Call \u25a0 ]\u0084
1 Isost and Found Bureau \< .
s Third wndMnrkft gtTeety^
Get a claim check. Have it advertised.
Reclaim it if the owner does not.
THE LAW— People who find lost articles
are interested in knowing that the state law
is strict In reqnlrlng them to seek the owners
through advertisements «nd otherwise, and
that failure to do so. If proof can be shown.
Involves a severe penalty.
ENVELOPE with name and office of James F.
• Peck printed thereon, containing papers, lost
"n the streets of Kan Francisco Thursday.
December 1. Suitable reward r>»id for return
of envelope and contents t« JAMES F. PECK.
030 Crocker building. ;
ELECTRIC apparatus was left on the 5 p. m.
Key Ronte boat Saturday the lflth. If who-
ever took it vri'l deliver it to the under*! *ned
b#> will be suitably rewarded. L. H. BONES-
TELL. 118 Ist ft.. S. F.
I/»ST— Watch, open face. Swiss. «rold plated. Re-
ward: return to 1711 Broderlefc st. ; phone
Fillmore U4S.
LOST— On Friday night, a pearl brooch with
diamond in center; liberal reward. Return to
1349 Masonic ay. *
FOUND— November 15, 1910. adrift on Rlchard-
pon hay. launch. For information H. C.
ROGERS. Reeds Station. Cal.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
MAI.R I
ARCHITECTURAL and stnictural engineer de-
Firee a position: large experience in Industrial
plants, power houses, hydro-electric plants,
mill bnildlngp; first class draftsman; steel
frame construction. Box 345. Call office.
AMERICAN wants work: good gardener, useful
man, or at anything; reliable. Bos 3267, Call
office. Oakland.
BED MAKER, elderly, reliable man. wants
work: wooM take charge small rooming house:
go.id Trorker: small vrasrcß: small cash bond if
required. THOMAS MOATE. R75 Howard st.
CARPENTER, sober, reliable; good, practical,
willing worker: city references: new or old
work- jobbing, repairing, finish or rough work;
$3..V). Address hox 7027. Call office-. . .^•y/.
CARPENTER will design your honse free, build
It cheap nnd save you money. Address Build-
er. UVlfiKittjav^Sunsetdistrict.
CARPENTER and enbinet maker and handy
man in engine room, find good with other
tools: references. Box 202. Call office.
ORPENTEIt wnnts work from owner, day or
job; give me a chance to figure on Job work:
fast and practical workman: have excellent
references: $5.50 d*y. Box 352. Call office.
ENGINEER and repairman wants position In
btiildine or factory; city or country. Box 34P,
Call office. : ,
GARDENER, coachman, chauffeur, machinist,
very reliable and Industrious. ~«nts position In
the' country. Addren* GARDENER. 70 Clara st.
HANDYMAN. GOOD. STRONG AND WILLING,
WOULD LIKE A JOB. CITY OR COUNTRY.
AT ANY KIND OF WORK; REFERENCES.
PHONE SUTTER 1353.
XONEB and Lanuon operator wants position; bar
and ebnek work; city or country. Box 274,
Call office.
JAPANESE. Chinese and Filipino, first class
family, hotel or restaurant cocks, waiters, por-
ters, 'janitors, etc.. wish to pet situations.
Asia Emp. Bureau. .">?.i Grant" ay.; phone Doug-
l»g E532. Home C-48R5.
JAPANESE youne boy wnnts to do housework In
good family. K. ENOMOTO. Japanese Y. M.
C. A.: phone Park .":V52. ? J
JAPANESE flm class cook wants position: city
or country: has rerr good reference GEORGE
S. IWAIDE. r.OSVb 7th St.. Oakland. Cal.
JAPANESE young boy wishes position to do
housework or to work as a schoolboy In a fam-
ily. Address TANAKA. 1623 Post St.; phone
West y.«=l7. i
KOREAN cooks, waiters, dish washers and hou*e
cleaners furnished: day.- week or contract. 2S
Wild»y ay.: phone West 3405.
MAN wishes work with horse und wasron. har-
ness: very reasonable. Box 320. Call office.
MACHINIST, a fW class lathe hand, wants a
position. Box V~. Call office. ~ "^.
MARRIED man must bare position, any kind,
at once: hone«t anil willing worker: city; ref-
erence. Aflrtre«s box IW2. Call office.
PAINTER, paner hanger, tinter. rralner. etc.,
wnnts \u25a0work from owners: have tools for inte-
rior and exterior work: uo Job too lsrce or too
email. Decorator. 255 Oth ay.. Richmond.
Phone Pacific .TOG 4. ;
POSITION wnntfd by n German bottler with
experience in mixinsr of soft drinks: under-
Ftsnd* crnerator and carbonator. Box 233,
Cal! office.
PAINTER, paper hnnrcr snd tinter wants work
from OTntefst "11 '«x>l«: day or job: good work;
low prices. 32nS 2-Td Bt.: phone Mission fiRIP.
POSITION wanted by young man. 21 rears:
wc,?:ld be willing to do most anvthlng: has
l'»d experience as clerk and time keeper. Box
20r,. CM] office.
pnir.TP.YM/N. middle ace. thoroughly nn«l«T-
wtarMtc raisin? and cure of ponltrv. would like
n «!tna*im. h*i« rat neuter "ft nnd i>*»mbing tool*
>i»v* Ie i-e-K'r i< : fh cgmer fcwgew $40 per month
J -rrA foinft. I»o\- 2T>7. Call office.
fltFfJ\~.,Jsj roUiine need worrfan would like gen-
eral lio"*ewr>rk : *4 per week: can sleeo at
1 or.T\ r.ox 4444. Miller's branch. 3011 10th st.
I n p i lABI.K colors man desires position as
» iiAMfcetn^n or Janitor: reference*. Address F..
ifi£2 W^t Pi!i St.. Oikland. Cal.
j STK.AM c:ic:nrer vran's situation: coorl oil burner;
: cfcy or country. A. L. ORR. 'l73ft Pine st.
j SITUATION '.vanio<l by a coachman and gar-
j rleii-r: midfVe aged: useful about place: good
borcem an; o»n mtlk: eitr or country; refer-
ence.. Box 300. Call office.
BOREIt man wants place, do chores: understand*
care rarden. horse; c«n milk: email waees for
winter: good ho:T)p. JONC.IIAUS. I!W> Folsom.
i WVXTF.D— Position as h«tel clerk: will work
for r"<>n> t" rain knowlerlse •>/ the business In
«i)!eh I Tri«!i t<> engage: can furnish bond.
R^v S:2. Call office.
jYAKTED — Accounting work' or a set of donble
ratry book* to keep ereninffi" by a competent
n»r*nn. Address box 274*. Call office. ,
YOUNG man. neat appearance and not afaid of
•work, wishes position In Rrocerv: <>an furnish
bond and references. A. G. BERG. 1251 Ver-
mont ft.: phone MUeloa 730 ft.
YOUNG ,)jnr» of 1R desires a position in a gro-
cery: has best of references. Box 2?8. Call.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMALE
AA— STENOGRAPHER. BUSINESS COLLEGE
GRADUATE. WITH EXPERIENCE. nAS
KNOWLEDGE OF BOOK KEEPING AND OF-
FICF. WORK. ACCURATE AND CAREFUL
WORKER. DESIRES A STEADY POSITION:
WILLING TO START AT A MODERATE
SALARY; GOOD REFERENCES. ADDRESS
BOX 277. CALL OFFICE.
AN honest, gtrong younc woman . wants. hon«e
and wln^oTr cleaning, flannels and small whsli-
!n«r: S2 day: understand* her work thoroughly.
lMft Devlsadero st.
CAPABLE womsn wants housework; can <-ook.
*««ist rrfth child; $15; Gentiles. Bos 70_«,
Cull \u0084fn>e.
COMPETENT Tromitn want* position mnnagins
hon«p kreperr' care invalid, infant: ref. At
MRS. MCCARTHY'S. 1426 Ellis st. Phone
West 7B<>2. g_.V>S.
COMPETENT _d girl. desires situation, city or
country. $to. MISS DILLON. 113S Turk st.
FINNISH girl; general housew'ofkt $25 per
month. Address 117 Gerrard»st.
'GOOD woman wishes work, washing or .cleaning,
hy the day. 400 Cumberland st. cor. Sanchez.
HOUSEWORK wanted by a yaung French woman
for few hours a day. 72SA Green st.
LADY willow worker will call at home; beauti-
ful willow plumes msde from old feathers and
boas: small salary or by day. Phone West 221.
MAN AND WIFE WISH POSITIONS. OF ANY
KIND IN EITHER HOTEL APARTMENT
HOUSE OR RANCH: BOTH ARE GOOD ALL
AROUND WORKERS. PnONE SUTTER 1353.
&lIDDLS AGED woman, fine cock and laundress,
wishes a position: reference*: wages .-$25.
122fi Broadway, ro^m 17. Oakland.
NEAT, young Irish girl desires housework city."
country. $30. MISS DILLON, USSTurk st.
near Buchanan.
NURSE wishes engagement with invalid; also
expert In mental and rheumatic cases. 243
Webstfr ft.; phone Market 5711:
PRIVATE nurse would like a situation In a hos-
pltai. Address 173 Lily ay.. San Francisco. .
REFINED lady with a daughter, age* 11 years,
wlshen position an house keeper. Address C.
P.. 1041 Valencia St.
RELIABLE woman wants a . situation to do
general hoticework in a small family; Is a good-
cook; wages $2*> to $30. Address box ."205.
Call office. Oakland.
SPANISH lady detfres position as AmericHn.
Spanish or French cook, housework 1031
Leavenworth st.. apartment 5. -
WOMAN want* washing, and house . cleaning by
the day; ?2. Box 7047.. 1 IPS Valencia St.. . -
WOMAN want* work, washing, ironing ; and
YOUNG lady _ would like house cleaning. I'houe
Market 3067. r . .
THE SAN FEANCISCO GALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1910.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
FEM A -^on^lnjefl^^^j^^^
YOUNG woman with gome training ag : a nurse
desires a position to wait upon semi-invalid or
assist with one or two younjr Rtrls attending
school and make herself /useful in n home;
references'. Tel. :.rT»--lln 6285. ' -
TODSO Japanese wftnt» a position in family as
a schoolgirl. WATENABE, 315 .Turk rt.;
phone Franklin IS4O. J f . v .\u25a0 S*
MALE HELP WANTED-
MAN WANTED WITn RIG TO TAKE CHARGE
of salo of our medicines, extracts, spices.
RoapB. perfumes, toilet articles, stock and
poultry preparations, etc. in your county;
- fteady work guaranteed: work- healthful, pleas-
ant very profitable: references reouired: write
us; we* mean business. SHORES-MUELLER
CO.. dept. 97. Tripoli. la. ;.
MEN wanted, age 18 to : -SS. for firemen $100
monthly, and brakemen $SO. on nearby rail-
roads: experience unnecessary; no strike: pro-
motion to engineers, conductor*; -railroad em-
ploying headquarters: over 500 men sent to
positions monthly: state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, care Call office. j|
WANTED— Men by large contracting company;
$20,000 contract work going; • can ; learn auto-
mobiles. I electricity, plumbing, brick laying
trade in few months; no apprentices' or help-
ers' work and no expense: catalogue free.
United Trade School Contracting Co,, 1201
Call bldg. ' '. : ,
GOVERNMENT positions; railway mail clerks. 1
carriers: thousands of appointment* to be
msfle:*clrcular IS4. particulars about dfltei"
and places of examination, salaries; positions
guar.: "free tuition." sent free. Nat. Cor.
Inst.. Washington. P. C. .. \u25a0 . :
WANTED— $70 month; customs. Internal reT-
enue, railway" mall clerks: list of spring ex-
aminations In San Francisco now ready; com-
mon education sulflelent: preparation free;
write immediately. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
Dept. 15A. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED — Boys between the ages of 14 and IS,
with school certificates; excellent opportunity
for advancement: call «t Stockton place en-
trance. SHREVK & CO., Post st. and
Grant ay.
WANTED — Young man between lfl and 18 years
of agre for stock clerk: must live with parents;
grammar or high school graduate preferred. An-
ply Bupt.'s office. 9 to 11 a. m.. HALE BROS.,
INC.. Market and 6th sts.. S. F. \u25a0
I WILL start you In the mirror business; best
paying trade of today; famous French meth-
ods; home work: spare time; no capital; $5 to
$12 di»Ily: let me prove it; free particulars.
CORKY, dept. 7R. Omaha. Neb.
MAN wanted; must bo willing to -learn and
capable of actlnc as our representative: no.
canvasslnc or soliciting; good Income assured.
Address National Co-Operative Realty Co., 569
Marden building. Washington. D. C. "
EARN ?25 to $73 a week. Learn stage dancing
»t horn": buck, clog and Spanish . dancing.
i Send for information. Martin's School for
Dancing, Ithaca. N. Y.
ANYBODY can add $S to. $30 weekly to their
income growing mushrooms in cellars, sheds,
boxes. etc; big market: free booklet. HIRAM
BARTON. West 4Rth St.. New York.
BOOK KEKPF.R wanted as secretary and take
charge of office: Sl2?>' per month: loan cor-
poration $2,500, secured by first mortgage on
plant: references. Box 304. Call office.
H f-mr T T .-|, s WANTED EVERYWHERE; . $23 to
$100 made weekly: quick seller: big -.profits:
particulars free: write today. DRAKE SPE-
CIALTY CO.. ]012 Wilde St.. Los Angeles. Cal.
$25 WEEKLY and expenses to trustworthy peo-
ple to travel and distribute samples for whole-
p;ile house. C.H. EMERY. G 119. Chicago.
$100 MONTHLY and expenses :to travel and
distribute samples for manufacturer; steady
work. S. SCHEFFER. treasurer. A 10. Chicago.
ANY ONE. anywhere can earn big pay copying
addresses at home evening*: book, 4c stamps.
C. H. ROWAN. Chicago. 111.
WANTED — A young man to learn the furniture
and drapery business: permanent: not over 21
years. Address' box 70z8. I<V»7 Fillmore st.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS; REF. REQ.
BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO.. 704 MARKET.
FIRST CLASS engraver on jewelry and silver
ware. BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., 29-35
Kearny st. '
ERRAND hoys wanted: must bring school certifi-
cates. Apply superintendent's office. The Em-
porium.
COMPETENT foreman to take charge of altera-
tion room; ladies' cloak and suit department.
Box 255. Call office, i
MEN wanted at 103 3d «t. to have their shoe*
repaired: tewed soles 75c: done In 10 mlnntes.
NEAT boy for office. Address In own hand-
writlng. box 315. Call office. . .
EXPERIENCED man for mustard mills. Box
300. Call office.
NEW WESTERN. 1124 Howard— Single rooms.
I.V and 2Oc per night: hot and cold water.
COLORED organizers foi- Sabsn"*; oM**t fra-
ternal order. Boy 110. Rontfr! Brnd. Ind.
ORGANIZERS — Crood coramUtsVtn* settinc mem-
bers for Order of Owls. Snnlli Bend. Ind. t
BUSHELMAN wanted. BROWN BROS. &. CO.,
iW Market st. -
COUPON agents, new proposition. SCUAFFER.
photogragber, 72 San Pablo «v.i Oakland.
BOYS and men wanted. — ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS. CO.. 15th and Folsom. . -
FEMALE HELP }VANjrED_
AAAAA — Young women wanted an operators by
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company;
mnst lie bright, neat In appearance, between
t!;e ages of 17 and 25 years, of fair education
aDd unquestionable character.
• LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPER-
ATINO ROOMS.
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOM 3.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
ING.
PERMANENT POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
For full particulars call at the Operating
School. Telephone- Office, 2015 Steiner at. cor-
ner Pine.
YOUNG woman who has had some experience
in hotels as assistant. $35. room and board,
must have references, no application by tele-
phone will be considered: nurse for 2 children.
Roks valley, $25; strong second girl for city
place. ,$3O; genteel German nursery governess
for 2 grown children. , 535: cook and second
girl, snme house. $30 and $20. MISS PLUN-
KETT. lft>« Slitter st.
50 EXTRA salesladies for eoHt and stilt depart-
ment. Apply Sunday before 12. ARMANI)
CAILLEAU, Grant ay. and Geary st.
ENERGETIC, refined lady, who Is able to meet
Ixdieg. for position worth upward of $25 week-
ly, according to personal merit: give in confi-
dence some particulars about yourself, address
and telephone number if any. Address box
SS3. Call office) \u25a0\u0084,-\u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
NIGHT school teacher or substitute, who through
dignified endeavors wishes to add upward
of $100 per month to' her income: •- give
address and telephone nnmher if you have one.
Address box 354. Call office. • \u25a0
1 OAKLAND. .. .-.\u25a0.' :-, """•
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE LEARNING.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS.
- APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. ; '
CAPABLE chamber jnitid for n private family,
$35; general housework girl. 2 In' family. $35.
.for Berkeley: a Protestant nurse for 2 chil-
dren, city. $30. Call at MIKS PLUNKETT'S,
lfiOfl Sutter »t.. corner .Webster. •
WANTED— Experienced nurse: 3 children: $40;
scrying: has assistant. 172fi. Oakland . ay..'
Piedmont. Tak(j Key Route boat. Piedmont
- train. Piedmont, ay. car.. Apply Tuesday
morninz. ,
BOYS and. girls— A oair of skate*, fountain pen
or doll free .for selling 40 papers of needles at
f>c e.ifh; «i;en answering stnte'uhlch gift you
prefer. Boys' .and- Girls'.' Supply Co., Tlier-
uiopolis. Wyo. " <
BRIGHT, young- woman can enrn tuition In bonk
keeping or ffiorthand by assisting in clerical
work short time dally. San Francisco. Business
College. 90S Market st. . . -
TiADIKS. make supporters: $12 per. 100; no caiT
vasslng: material furnished: stamped envelope
for particulars. WABASH SUPPLY CO.. B 10
\u25a0Chicago. - . \u25a0 \u25a0 .
LADIES, learn hair dressing at CALIF. "COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beanty Cul-
ture: diplomas and formulas given: Individual
instruction. 9(17^4 Market st. bet.'Sth and 6th.
FIRST CLASS stockroom girl; also a flm class
sleeve hand wanted:, both to be Experienced in
high class dress making. Apply : before 10 !
a. in.. City; of. Paris 'dress making department.
YOUNG .lady wanted for conducting candy de-
partment; only those with experience and good
• .references need apply. Call next Monday morn-
ing between 9 and 11. 3325 Clay st.
TWO,* young ladle* to work in bakery; niujt be
able to furnish reference; apply between ,2 and
4. p. . m.. today. ' Address Alturas, opp. • 16th
and Valencia; ;. apartment^ 15. \u25a0
WANTED — Experienced saleswoman for crockery
and: household department. •Apply; supt.'s of-
fice. » to 11 a. in.-. HALE BROS., INC.. Mar-
-ketand Uth sts..' S.:F. :v. \u25a0_•'. \u25a0.-.-'. '\u25a0-,:..
WANTED — Experienced • saleswoman :.for.r glove
.. department: one who can fit gloves.' , : Applq
supt.'s office. 9 to 11 :a..m.. HALE BROS".,
INC.. Market. and fith;sts..vS.F. - „ ,
WANTED— Experienced .-;.* jewelry and 'leather
goods saleswoman.' Apply, supt.'s ofnee/9 to 11
a. ni.. HALE BROS., 'INC.,' Market^and 6th
*- sts.. s. -.-f:- .-.\u25a0-.'^.'c :•.-:>--•-> •.\u25a0\u25a0'.' •-.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-. =\u25a0\u25a0 .
WANTED — Experienced , saleswoman i for .ladles'
; . neckwear.'.-' steady : - position % for » right*" party."
\u25a0Apply supt.'s % office. ,fl Tto-. ll' a.' m.. HALE
BROS.;. INC.. ;MBrket ; «nd «th sts..:B.F. '
SALESWOMEN wanted. 'Apply" HALE BROS.;
\u25a0 Inc.', ; 11th: aad' Washington sts., Oakland,. Cal.
FEMALE HtiLf * WANTED
. __\^ ;.~ -Xpntlmieil ! *'.'.--':\u25a0.\u25a0.
WANTED— Experienced bnn'dle wrappers.
supt.'a office. 0- to II a; m.^HALB BROS.,
- INC.. Market and 6th Bta.,'S. F.
WANTED— Experienced cloak and suit " eales-
woman. Apply supt.'s office;: 9 to 11- »•\u25a0"•;
, .HALE BROS;. *INC. Market and Oth sts., S.F.
WANTED— A thoroughly , competent woman for
general housework: references required. Apply
mornings 3371 Jackson st. ' -'\u25a0'\u25a0" > ;
WOMEN cashiers; must be ' thoroughly expe-
• rienced. • Apply superintendent's 'of flee, : The
Emporium. •' . . - ' : \u25a0
ANY ONE, anywhere> can earn biff | pay., copying
addresses at-home evenings: book,- 4c stamps.
C. H: ROWAN. Chicago. 111.
NICE girl wanted for light housework from 9
a. m. till "s p. ni.; references. Call 2132 \al-
_ lejo st. . '. > -\u25a0
SALESWOMEN for doll department. : Apply Bu-
, perintendent's office between 9 and 12, HALE
[. BROS.. .: | •\u25a0\u25a0;'.•-, - \u25a0;•: .-\u25a0..•-••'
RESPONSIBLE business woman for position
open January "J: apply at once; references.
Box 301.. Call office. < :
FRENCH couple want situation, cook and gen-
• eral- housework: city or country; References.
Box 3QS. Call office.
YOUNG ladies to wrap parcels and make
change; must be 18 years of age. Apply su-
perlntendent's office. The Emporium.
CASH girls wanted: must bring school centlfl-
cates. Apply superintendent's office. The : Em-
porium. .>':.-.\u25a0 . \u25a0:':-'-..'\u25a0' t \u25a0:'
hair dressing at New Mildred : Parlors.
130 Geary st. • Special for holiday month, full
course. |[email protected]; day and evening classes.
EXPERIENCED cloak and suit salesladies want-
ed. Apply S o'clock Monday morning, SWELL-
DOM, 136 Grant ay. \u25a0>_\u25a0\u25a0-, \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 : \u25a0 '. -. -\u25a0 -
WANTED — A young srlrl to 'assist in. light
housework. Apply 122S Page, st.
SEVERAL ladies, pose for catalogue illustra-
tlons. Box 335. Call office.
GIRL wanted for housework and plain cooking;
wages $25. 1015 Devlsadero St. .
EXPERIENCED skirt hands wanted in alteration
room. SWELLDOM. 13C> Grant ay.
GIRL for general housework and cooking. Call
Monday. 0 to 11, 902 Steiner st.
.PRESSER for women's garments. Apply super-
intendent'^, office. The Emporium.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
COMING— COMING— COMING
i-* THE UNICUT RAZOR
Europe's latest \u25a0 and most advanced product.
Scientifically' tempered: cleverly ground. .
A new steel with a* classy finish.
Ask your barber supply man.
FOR sale — 3 chairs and bath: cheap rent: long
lease; short hours; no Sundßy work:' 25c
rhave; good business; good reasons for selling;
take Santa Fe boat. W. R. GREGORY,
Point Richmond, CaJ.
MEN and women.- learn the barber trade; we
guarantee to ni.ik? you an expert and pay
you wages while learning: always great de-
mand for harbors; call and let us explain.
MOLER COLLEGE. 234 3d st.
WANTED— Men and women to learn barberlng:
we teach in R weeks; no limit to time. Call
S. F. BARBER COLLEGE. 790 Howard St..
near 4th. •.\u25a0
FOR. sale — Thoroughly equipped, up to date bar-
ber shop; business $400 per month; rent $50;
• lease: location' good aud improving: every in-
vestigation. Box 3202. Call Office, Oakland.
WM. BENCK & CO.. S3O Mnffcet st., room 204.
2 chair shop sacrifice for $100.
4 chair shop. Murket St.. $000.
Others .$lOO to $1,000; city or- country.
PAYING barber shop for sale; 2 living rooms,
basement: farming cause of selling. Box 270,
Call office. -
BEST new chairs; also Koken's white chair, and
all kinds on the market: new mirrors; nonfor-
feitinp lease. 304 Hayes St.: phone Park 1242.
THREE first class barbers wanted in Mont-
gomery st.; prefer' barbers known in neighbor-
hood: also manicurist: Apply 13SQ California.
SPLENDID locution for a barber shop: no oppo-
sition: large store: living rooms: low rent. Ap-
ply 718 Ist ay.. Richmond district.
CONTAGION of skin diseases i« Impossible If
our face creams are used. BAUER'S,' S9 OTar-
rell st. ' .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0••
$275 buys S chair -shop . near Market; rent J2O;
livins room; must leave, sickness. Box 352,
(.Vfl. eTf -.
HALF intrust in barber shop; San \u25a0 Leandro,
Chl Address JOHN FIELDS, P. O. box 122,
San' Leandro. . ' -
BARBER shop and cigar stand for rent: $25 a
mo'ith: country town; well equipped. Box 259,
Call office.
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday; guaranteed;
no student. 400 Sth st.. Oakland. ; .:•,''/"
HALF interest in 4 chair barber "shop for "sale;
reasonable. Box 702.V 1G57 Fillmore st.
BARBERS' Protective ITnion— Emplorment secre-
tary, W. BARON. 77.". Mkt.: phone. Krny. £Wt.
\u25a0WILL sell interest In poolroom a<nd barber shop.
1137 . E. 14th st.. Oakland. \u25a0 - '
BARBER shop nt a sacrifice if sold lit once;
• sickness the cmise. - 3410 Mission K st.->~ -
2 CHAIR shop for quick sale cheap. '2051 Sut-
ter st. , - • - \u25a0 \u25a0 : .
WANTED-rYoumr roan to learn barber trade.
.Address box 2*o, Call office. •.
FOR sale— 4 chair barber shop; «ttr.e fixtures;
cheap if sold at once. .139." Valencia St.
THREE chair shop for sale: 2QOH 4th st.; snap
If taken at once; will bear Investigation.
FOR sale—Good paying 2 chair shop; dieap rent;
one largo living room: reasonable. 303G Fulton.
AGENTS WANTED
WANTED— An ngent in each town in California;
a good proposition f.ir responsible parties;
write flt once. J. 11. FRANKLIN, 1216 How-
ard st.. Omaha. Neb. ' , •
BOY and girl agents— Sell 24 packages of post-
cards for us -at 10c each and receive a beau-
tiful aeroplane or camera free: write today.
GEM SUPPLY CO.. dept. 2, Rocky ; Ford. Colo.
AGENTS-SMake $200 before Christmas: $1- van-
ity bos, .'l.V. full of mammoth Imitntlon cut
glass bottles of perfume, etc.: out selling
everything; amnxins: profits: samples • free.
, PARKER CHEMICAL CO.. Chicago.
AGKNTS — Make ."00 per cent profit selling our
gold wimloty letters,- novelty signs aud change-
able signs; £00 varieties- enormous demand:
catalogue free. .SULLIVAN CO.. ' 1234 Van
Bnren st.. - Chicago. 111.
AGENTS— Quickest scllins article,' never sold
for leys than $3. now Si: can he; sold in every
house, factory -and workshop; apply .quickly
for territory nnd -got Christas trade. Address
room , 7Q(>. 32<=i Chestnut St.. . Philadelphia.
BOY and girl agents — Sell 24'.paekages of post-
cards for us at 10c each and receivea beauti-
ful camera absolutely free; write today.
CANON SUPPLY CO.. dept. 11, Canon City,
Colo. •
AGENTS— Listen! Our "substitute, for slot ma-
chinos" sells like wild fire;, no capital re-
• qnlreil; exclusive territory. \u25a0 ANDERSON
GAME CO.. Anderson. Ind. \
BE a chewing-gum manufacturer at your own
liome; no machinery, necessary: 500 per cent
profit: big demand ;"' particulars free. .TKN-
SF.S & SCHWARZ. \u25a0 box S.Vi, Denver, Colo.
BOYS and girls — Sell, 24 packages postcards, 10c
Package: receive genuine; mlnl»tiire aei-oplane
free. Write -, today. ART SUPPLY, 1079
Almond st.. Riverside. Cal. \u25a0
WANTED— Mfrs.V agent to represent Chicago
"mfrft, ofhiglv crade line of cofset -accessories.
Write at once to S. YAFF.E. ,St. Francis hotel,
San Francisco. ... .• *
AGENTS WANTED— New coal oil. mantle lamp,
'Electra" (Imported): 350 candle: power: guar-
, anteed; protected territory free. . Electra
Mantle Lamp Co.. 1311 4th ay.: Seattle. Wash.'
BOY and girl agents — Sell 24 packages of postal
curd* frir <is at-10c each and-wceive a beauti-
ful pair of skates or 'doll free; write today.
L. B. EUBANKS A CO., Canon City. Colo.
AGENTS— Enormous f profits realized cleaning wall
paper; save repaperlng: formula 25c. .J..H.
COURTRIGHT. 703'20th St.. Bakersfield. Cal.
WE pay $30 a week and ; expenses to : men with
- rigs to Introduce poultry compound; year's c6n-
tract. Imperial Mfg. Co.; Dpt. TS. Parsons; Kan.
WANTED — Agents;.. legitimate substitute for
slot machines; patented; sells on sight for
»1: particulars. GISHA' CO.. Anderson. Ind.
AGENTS . for' portraits.- frames' and : art' novel-
ties; samples and catalogue free. M." M. Fried-"
man & Co.; mfgs.. bo* . 930, Martlnsburg, , Mo.
AND SOLICITORS
SALESMEN wanted— No V. experience required:
we secure our, students positions where they
Sor« pra<?tiral experience ; and .pan earn $100 to
*-'->0 a month whiles learning; trained sal^-
men earn $l,0O() to ', $10.O0f» a year. Write
<"r calli for list , of good openings and par-
, tlculars '.about.: how .to \u25a0• secure one'C of them. :
•Address National -Salesmen's Training- r Assn.
c.' 101!> B Metropolis > Bank: bliic- San Francisco:
\u25a0" -branches, 'Chicago, New v York, Kansas. City.
• Minneapolis,; Nenv Orleans. . . \u25a0 : /
A NTr 'f ) — A i few. ' more ; good , reliable ' a (rents sto
handle a* fine Ilne ; of seamless-hosiery) and. un-
• o>nve«r; the kind . that ? appeals ~to \u25a0 every ' one:
you can, work up \u25a0 a .permanent? and -profitable
business X those • who v wish ' a • representative \u25a0 line
please call at my -office -'Saturday.'?, Sunday or
Monday. vG:;M.< CHAPMAN.* 1 - 1256 -Broadway,'
room 340, Albany^ block.; Oakland. : .V
WANTED— Several •< men i 1 on'; Pacific coast *• to
handle agents:^ flne;opening. , GOLDEN GATE
._- KLKCTiacu.'O. ;L .tlOl4 Fillmore «t..5."F.-:-- ;
.SOLICITOR tor; Daily/ Transcript:? salary. : com-
: •; .mission or half iutcrcst. y.j2 Bdwy., Oakland.'
SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
: ; : y~' : ':^ ';-\u25a0' 'Continued. - . '- ".\u25a0\u25a0 '
WANTED— High ? class specialty ..salesman for
Pacific coast;, "best . season now open;- staple
line on ' new and exceptional terms; : commis-
sion? contract for balance this year and next
.\u25a0:. that will pay tha right man $100 weekly above
expenses. References required. MILES F.
BIXLER CO.. Cleveland. O.
_ WANTED-^Salesimen, : experienced magazine
"> ,men. : toy represent "Current Literature": li>
ydlume premium and the magazine for $13;
\u25a0 never before shown on' the coast; highest com-
missions. - Apply after 1 p. m.. "Current IJt-
eratnre Pub. C 0.." 413-417 • Pacific building.
WANTED— Salesman with • corset or*nnderwear
experience to travel' west -of • Denver forChl-
caga house i with side .line. Excellent propo-
sition for high class -man. See MR. S.
YAFFE. St. Francis hotel, Wednesday and
Thursday, 5 to 7 p.. UN-
WANTED— Three energetic reliable specialty
salesmen for 1911. New. attractive advertis-
ing proposition for retailers; worth $500 to
$7.V» ; monthly to ' prodeers. Give references
and permanent address in first letter. Address
A. E.. 1000 Strausa bldg.. Chicago. , 111.
SALESMEN can make $.V>o monthly selling
Osagc City. 'Oklahoma, property on > co-oper-
i fttive plan. Easy, quick— never anything like
\ .'. \X. Investigate. Chamber Commerce, Osage
City. Oklahoma. '
WANTED— Salesman : wltli corset or underwear
experience " to travel west of Denver : for Chi-
cago, house with " side- line. , Excellent propo-
sition, for high class man. See "MR. S.
YAFFE, St. Francis hotel, Wednesday and
Thursday,'; s to 7 p. m. .
SALESMEN— Best accident, health policy; old
line company; $1,000 death, $5 weekly. $100
emergency. $2 yearly; seal wallet free. German
Registry Co. . 217 N. 7th st. . St. Louis. Mo.
SALESMEN— Best commission offer,- on earth:
new — all retailers — samples". coat pocket.
Profitable, lowa City. la.
~EMP^YMMI\pfFJcES^
PHONE PAC. DOUGLAS.3SS2. HOME C 4665: Ml
GRANT AV.— ASIA, 'EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE.
CUIENSE.; FILIPINO HELP OF ALL .KINDS.
AAA— PHONE WEST 1731.
Largest Japanese and Ghlnese employment of-
Ece in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Laguna st.
WEST 5655— 54058. "~"
-OSCAR HATSUMI.
Best help carefully selected: guaranteed.
INDEPENDENT Employment Office — Phone
Main 579.' Basement San Joaquin Valley
v Bank bldg.. Hunter st.. Stockton. Cal.
A. S. HORI, reliable- Japanese-Chinese help
promptly furnished; open day and : night.
1743 Sutter st. PHONES— WEST 2503. S2SO3.
H. W. HONG. Chinese employment office. SOS
Webster" St., Oakland; phone Pekin 25.
J. CONN, : Chinese employment bureau — Phone
\u25a0 Douglas 3160. Home C 5005. 783 Clay st.
STAR ernp. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
-KODATA. ICOS Geary; tei. West IB". S49OS.
~~ ROOMS TO LET
FURNISHED AXD UXFURJfISHKP
A COZY home for respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
ket St.. near Bth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY, elegantly furnished; every
modern convenience; steam. heat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean: centrally
located; thoroughly homelike; telephone Market
1349; prices very moderate, ranging from 25c
\u25a0 per. night up; special, rates by the week or
month. See matron, room 33.
BRODERICK st., 1711, near Bush— Pleasant,
sunny room: bath and phone. . .
BUSH St., 2410 — Large pleasant room; bath and
phone: good location: reasonable.
DEWEY HOUSE. 4th and noward— AH modern
conveniences: 300 rooms. 3."» c to $1 day, $2 to
$5 a week; free baths; Howard or 4th st. cars.
DOLORES st., 866; hear lflth— Furnished upper
cottage. -3 rooms and hath; gentlemen or
house keeping; $20 per month, with gas.
ELLIS St.. 020 — Large, elegant Jy furnished,
sunny room. $2.50 week: bath, phone.'
FILLMORE. IM4. cor. Pine — Large bay window
\u25a0 'front room; bath, laundry; closet; honso keep-
ing: $2.50 -week.
GOLDEN GATE ay.. 1001. opp. Jefferson square
—Sunny room. $1.; windows; bath, phone,
every convenience.
HAVES st..- '><VV— Three elesant bay window
rooms: corner; $». $10 and $12.
HOWARD St.. 2337— rSnnny' furnished , rooms in
private family; reasonable. - •'\u25a0 - . :\u25a0;.;\u25a0•\u25a0;
HOTEL METROPOLITAN, 975 Harrison— Quiet
place; working people: hot wat.. b. ; $1..*)0 wk.
MCALLISTER st.. 1340 — Two nice sunny rooms;
hot., and cold water: use of pian<j: reas.
MINNA st.. 225 — Nice sunny ftirnlshed room.
O'FARRELL St.. 1227— Beautiful large front
room;, also large sunny room, suitable for 2;
reasonable. \u25a0 . .
O'FARRELL St.. 1240 — For gentlemen; newly
furnished sunny front room, $9; nice room,- $7;
running water. _^
OAK st., 522. near Webster — Nice sunny outside
room: running water; bath; phone; $10. Also
slDgle room, $7. • •
OVERLAND HOUSE. 5G9 Sacramento Bt. 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.
4TH St.. ."04. corner Bryant— Furnished rooms,
with or without kitchen: all light and airy;
prices very reasonable: good- car service.
STH Ft.. 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. .
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
FULTON st.. 1553. nr. Baker — Front furnished or
unfurnished bouse keeping suite; modern; rent
. $14 per month. f . - . • ?
FOLSOM st. 1222. nr. bth — House keeping
rooms, with gas range; also single rooms;,
very reasonable. t
FAIR (JAKS St.. 4U4— 2 furnished house keeping
rooms: gus. brttb, sink, stove, phone.
FILLMORE. *t., sl!i. near Oak — Large parlor and
kitchen, bath, phone, heater,. reasonable; other
\u25a0rooms. * <
FIFTH st..''3t:5 — Furnished house keeping and
single rooms; running water; free bath; board
If desired. .. -.-,- -/.\u25a0.-
FURNISHED upper cottage. 3 room* and bath;
gentlemen or house keeping; $20- per month,
with graft; 386'. Dolores "st. near 16th.
FRANKLIN st.. IHO9— Snnny front hotose keeping
room $10 per mouth; electrleity; nice homelike
: » place. . *
GOLDEN GATE ay.. 953 — House keeping rooms
. for^rent; any part of city. ,
HAVES Kt., SIS— 2 nicely furnished, sunny,
front rooms; good location; reasonable; also
front parlor. . .' '
HOWARD St.. 563— Front room and kitchen. $12;
2 con., coal or gas. $9 to $12: others $5 to $10>
JACKSON St.. 2311 — 2 furnished house keeping
- rooms, complete; gas. bath, phone; rent $15.
NATOMA st,. f>!M — 2 furn. house keeping rooms
' to let: gas: $12 per month.
OAK st.. 716. -nr. -" Fillmore — Newly furnished
sunny house keeping rooms, single or en suite;
it modern: rent reasonable. ;
OCTAVIA st.. 1410— Nicely furnished sunny
"\u25a0.house keeping,, rooms; also -single, rooms, for
gentlemen. . : '_\u25a0:\u25a0
OCTAVIA St., f_fc7. near O'Farrell — 2 basement
| house keeping rooms. $10: 1 front bay window
room,.slC>: other rooms.*
POST St.. ' 14S1 — Large -front -bay window room:
also back room; reasonable, to . permanent
party. . . \u0084 ." .
SCOTT st./ 2040 — Clean, sunny attic house keep-
Ing rooms:' sl. ."><>• per .weekV West 2014. \u25a0
WALLER st.. .443.' near Fillmore^Sunny .bay-
window front room:- batb: use of parlor with
v piano:: house keeping privileges; $10. ,
~To^^ni^skgT^o^ms^2
COZY.' 3 room/ 1 furnished flat; south front, mod-
ern; near streetcar and Key Route; reasonable
rent: adults. J ISO7 Prince st. '
AAA— THE WEMPE. "410 Oak st.— Single . and
double rooms, with board. $30 per month up:
CALIFORNIA St.. 2523— Nicely furnished sunny
'- rooms; excellent board; phone, bath; $6,and
$7 per week. " •
CALIF, st.. 1541— St. Margaret's dub. for girls,
teachers. Btudents. bns.~ women, tourists; sunny
rms.; fine bd: rates reas.: Fk. 3292. H. C 2569..
EDDY st., - 1236— Sunny front room; best home
cooking ; \u25a0 hot -. bath h for workingroan; $30.
FREE list of inspected boarding places: refs.
' DOMO -DIRECTORY, 11 to 2. 822 Crocker bldg.
FILLMORE ' st.. - 712— Furnished i- rooms to rent,
.with or .without board. '-'.
HAVES st.. 003— Large room. 'first class board;
-•Suitable • for .2; • private • family; reasonable:
"Market 4000. :. . .-'\u25a0'•• . ' .:
LADY, residing in suburbs of city, will furnish
•life -home -and- best ,"of scare * to- elderly couple
or :: e!derly ladies.- Eor letters addr?s3 box
' 305. Call office. -. - - •\u25a0-,: ; : , ' ; • : :.: .\u25a0. \u25a0 :\u25a0<
MARKET i st..' IS96— Elegant' corner . bay 'window
: room; first "class; board; everything the latest;
free'., telephone;, reasonable. 5 ,,. . .':• ;. \., \u25a0 -; .. -
O'FARRELL" ; st..' 1235—2 sunDy ; rooms.v single
;'\u25a0 or., double; . running . water; excellent home
.cooking.". \u25a0 .- -..';. . ;
PACIFIC Tav.V: 1721— Very "desirable .rooms; with
',* " first class i board; splendid location;: references.'
•PI ERCE st.; - 815.:' near> McAllister— Furnished :
.> rooms, i.-; bath : fine c neighborhood : H; excellent
•' \u25a0board;;2sor:3;people;;s2o per;rionth.eaeh... ,
1 71 *K Pacific h v. — Business m> i n*and:women want-
., ins 'Ist class, board, .pleasant home: reas.; call:
pjjL*~^^|iffij*iJ'^ \ -f" ." ™' w- "t. < •« t^_ \ i ** ' — *» ~~^ _»*^^^ ** ~^» » t__j i?r_-^_r~****'^_>-^&^^^*> — _• *
APARTMENTS
AA— BROOKING apartment*. 315 sth St.— First
class except the price; walking distance: 3
blocks from Emporium; electric lights, running
-water, free baths; pbone and janitor service:
1-2-3 rooms, fully furnished for house keepinj;
$2.50 week up: bedrooms. $1.50 week up.
BUCHANAN St.. 1732. nr. Sutter— Fnrnlsaed.
apartment of 3 rooms, with kitchen attached;
tunny, and furnished complete for house keep-
ing; free phone, bath; yard; strictly private;
must see to appreciate.
LUNDY APTS.. Stanyon st., at Frederick— The
most complete In the city: hot and cold water.
electric lights, baths, elevator service, Jaaitor
Service: every room in house light; rents reas.
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~ > ;' V 1474 Sacramento at Hyde.
A cozy furnished apartment or single room;
steam heat, light.- elevator, phone, etc. •\u25ba
GORDON ALEXANDER. 1601 Sacramento cor.
Larkln — Eleg. furn. sunny 4 rci. apts.. $40 to
$50; 2 rooms. $25: Axminster cpts.. mple..
mahg. and mission fnrn.: steam heat: elev'tr.
WANTED — i room apartment, unfurnished, by
refined couple, no children; must be well fin-
ished, new and up to date, near'park or pan-
handle. Address box 34R. Call office.
A— YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER ST.
NEAR LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OP 2-3
RMS.. BATH: COMPLETELY FURN.: P.EFS.
ST. GABRIEL apartments, 1739 Pine st— Furn-
ished 2-8-4 rooms and batb: hot water, heat.
Janitor, etc.. rent $20 to $45. See them.
LARCHMONT. 1270 Pine st. bet. Leavenworth
and 'Hyde — New. beautifully furnished aj>art-
ments of 2 and 3 rooms. with bath.
ESSEX apartments: 2 rooms, bath, hot water
and modern conveniences. 1C67 Haigt^t st. near
Cole: low rent.
ARDOISE APTS.. COR. PINE AND GOUGH—
SUNNY FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
APARTMENTS.
THE ATHERSTONE. 54". O'FarreU - St.— Jnst
opened; 2 and 3 room. apts.. furn.. prir. baths
and dressing rooms: all modenfr conveniences.
SOMPS APTS.. 2SSO Mission— Flat 6: furnished
rooms, single or housekeeping saltes; batb.
gas. . electric lights; reasonable: office rooms.
BERT 3 r. apts. in city; beds, bath, private hall. !
Hacer-Raya. 550 Fell st. <
ST. ELMO. 1452 Derlsadero st. — Furn. front or
single «iii! ten; bath, phone: all con.: $13 tn $40.
BOSLER apartments. 1020 Bush st. — 2 rooms
and bath, thoroughly modern; Just completed.
ARDEN apts.. Poet and-LarkJn — 2 and S room
. furn.: sunny: priv. bath; iftm heat: $20 up.
EUREKA apts.. Mkt. and 17th sts. — Beautiful 3
. and 4 r. apts.: phone, janitor service: sunny.
ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l. 2 and 3 room
apts.:. hotel service: private exch.: most reas.
BERKELEY APARTMENTS
TR^¥RAV^N^PAllTSl_^T^rnßWsß~road^ near
Euclid ar.. BERKELEY— UP TO DATE HOUSE
KEEPING APTS., WITH EVERY MODERN
CONVENIENCE: CALL ANY TIME; MUST
BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
HOTELS
HOTEL BRISTON. 415 O'Farrell St.— All modern
conveniences; room and bath $20 per month;
center of business section: single rooms $-.30
\u25a0 w«£k np; country trade i solicited. \u25a0''-\u25a0'
HOTEL PANAMA. 176 4th St.— Newly opened:
hot water, steam heat, every room; all out-
side rooms; 50c day up; $2.50 week np.
FLATS TO LET
WANT « :.*TT 5. B. ETC. FLAT.
APARTMENT OR COTTAGE. SEE US.
WE GUARANTEE TO FIND YOU A
"PLACE IN THE LOCATION YOU DE-
SI RF.. AND AT THE RENT YOU CAN
>;:, AFFORD.,
WILL SAVE TIME. TROUBLE -AND 1
CARFARE BY COMING- DIRECT TO
MOORE'S RENTING BUREAU. OUR
YL O U LARGE AUTO IS KEPT BUSY SHOW-
ING PEOPLE UP TO DATE PLACES
RECOMMENDED BY US. ABSOLUTE-
LY NO OBLIGATIONS ENTAILED FOB.
this service.
wili/find that we have every
desirable vacancy in san
francisco listed. no misrep-
resentation.
ideal apartments for particular
PEOPLE — 2. 3 and 4 room* Just ewuipleted in
the most perfectly appointed Spanish renaissance
building in San Francisco; select residence dis-
trict, within a few minutes* walk to Golden
Gate park awl Buena Vista park; easily and
quickly accessible to business center: artistic
entrance: every apartment has a distinctive
charm; unusually large and handsomely finished
living rooms, imported wall coverings, elaborate
lighting fixtures, mahogany doors, bookcases,
desks and buffets, portal beds, tiled bathroom,
large cedar linen closets, servants*, quarters free
with each apartment: Pompeilan roof garden
inclosed ii glass; vacuum cleaning service:
STEAM HEAT. HOT WATER, telephone, door
attendant, • hotel service: no expense has been
spared to make these apartments models of ex-
cellence, affording every comfort and luxurious
surroundings; rent $25 to $00.
SUTTKR* ST. CLOSE TO VAN NESS AY,—
New 4 room flat, modern in every respect; rent
only $23.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FURNITURE.
OUR FA'TIRE STOCK REDUCED 25 to 50
PER CENT.
DOWN TOWN. SELECT NEIGHBORHOOD.
NO HILLS TO CLIMB— New «J room flat, re-
inforced brick building: Interior finished kaiser
gray: 'paneled walls and halls, beamed celling*.
2 open fireplaces, running water, in bedrooms;
rent $45; this is very low rent considerins loca-
tion and class of building.
CENTRALLY LOCATED— Up to date. 7 room,
sunny flat: excellent neighborhood" for sublet-
ting;* rent $35; a snap.
SOMETHING- CHOICE? ON NOB HILL—-'
New 4 room flat. -very latest finished Interior,
hardwood floors.-- paneled walls, beamed ceilings,
built In bookcases, china closets, kitchen cab-
inet, wall bed. coal or gas flr". grate, every
room flooded with sun: rent $30. '
WE HAVE A NUMBER of 2 am! 3 room
apartments, vicinity Taylor and Jackson. Sacra-
mento and .Hyde. - Pine near Hyde, Leavenworth
St.. etc:; all have STEAM HEAT. HOT
WATER, wall beds, ga* ranges, every conven-
ience; rents range from $23 to $30.
APPLY
HARRY J. MOORE'S INFORMATION AND
RENTING BUREAU.
40 TO 52 O'FARRELL, ST. NEAR MARKET.
DOLORES Rt., '1171-75-77— S- and. II rooms and
bath;: water free:, modern in every respect:
best neighborhood in the Mission: rent* $27.50
and $30. Further particulars inquire ; D. COF-
FIN & CO.; 252S Mission st.
'JERSEY' st. ,'345, near Castro, bet. 24th and
- 25th— Attic; flat: 4 Urge rooms and bath: sun-
.' . Ny: suitable for.2 0r, 3 adnlts;.sl2.
BARTLETT st.. 30SA,.near 24th— $20;. 5 sunny
- rooms ami bath.'
23D st.; \u25a0-\u25a0 3502— Lower '; flat, 4 rooms, bath-
;\u25a0 rent $15. -
FLATii JU Lcl
Continued
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FLAT AND GARAGE.
EDDY st.. 1971—4 rooms and burn: c*™}^
garage, with chauffeur's mom: m«ifro:'W: j
$30. TREVOR & CO.. 32 Montgomery s^t. ?
AAAA— CHANCE t« rent one of the most elegant
n or 7 room fiats: best locution in the city.
Presidio heights: hot water day and night:
janitor service: rent reasonable. Apply janitor,
corner Clay and Walnnt sts.. or BALDWIN A
HOWELL CO. \u25a0
CASTRO st.. I»i7A. north of Market near 15th--
New. modern flats. 4 reoms and bath; $13 up;
Janitor. - .-* ~
ASHBURY HTS.— NEW. 5 KM.: FINEST IN
CITY FOR PRICE: SUN. VIEWS. 270/ TRE-
MONT; $27.5f> BP. HAVES or ISTH ST. CARS.
THE DUNFEhNLINE. 1357 Hayes St.— Sunny
apartment flat; 4 rooms and bath; hot water
. service.
STEVENSON St.. 1211.. off Brady st. near Mar-
ket and 12th — Flat of 4 rooms, bath and yard.
PAGE $t.. 443 — Sunny, corner flaf. 6 rA«m* and
bath: fine location:' Buchanan and Webster.
NEW modem apartment flat of S rooms. *4r»
Haight. bet. Devisaderr* and Scott. Rent $-V..
NATOMA st.. 1090, between Lafayette and 12th—
Upper 4 rooms and bath: sunny: rent $17.
HOWARD st.. IDIS. near 13th— 5 rooms and
bath: rent reasonable. Key ;n grocery.
ISTH <RW. cor.) and Church sts.— 2 new flats:
sun all day; 7 and fi rooms.
POST St.. 1631— Elegant S and 0 room flat*:
bath. yard, cellar: plenty closet rcoca: $.T5-$4O.
23D St.. . 333<t. corner Guerrero — Upper flat, 7
snnny rooms, bath: rent $32.30.
21ST St.. 3311. nr. Valencia — Upper flat. 3 rooms.
bath: rent $l«.
VALENCIA st.. 100S— Upper flat. 3 rooms, bath:
rent $25.
HAIGHT St.. 121 S. opposite Bnena Vlst.i park-
Fine new flat, fi rooms;reot reduced.
LLOYD st.. 2^-Simny, np to date, 4 room flat;
i yard and storeroom.
FLAT to rent: 4 rooms and bath, with stable for
one horse. Apply 330S Mission st.
WEBSTER st.. I»lS— Flat. 3 rootna snd hath: $!>.
10TH ay.. 614. near C st. — SIS: handsome flat. - 1
rooms; clean: modern: bay windows. . \u25a0 % «»v_
LILY ay.. 230. near Oak and Market— New \s**
room flat: walking distance: •\u25a0
PAGE st.. l«rw| — s fli» room*, frrmtlng -Clayton
st.: bath: yard: partly furnished.
FILLMORE St.. SOO4. near Union — Sunny flat
of 5 rooms and bath; r«nt $22. .V».
PLAT of 3 beantiful. large, sunny roomn'flr
bath. Call at BLAKS'3. 1108 Valencia it. "t
NOE st.. 595. cor. 10th — Sunny, modern, uppe.-*
5 rooms: $20. ~i
FLATS TO LET
FURXISHEO _ r
WESTERN addition, aristocratic neighborhood:
beantiful 8 room flat on a sunny corner: hand-
somely furnished, never occupied: Interior fin-
ished fumed oak acd mahogany: attractive re-
ception hall: dlnlnsr room furnished in fumed
oak upholstered with Spanish leather, a com-
plete set of Haviland, china and silver, living
room has large open fireplace: Stlekley and
Karpen furniture: bedroom fnrnlshed with
birdseye maple, golden oak and mahogany; run-
ning water in each: large clonets. etc.: floor
coverings Wilton velvet and Blselow body brua-
sels: rent $100. Apply HARRY J. MOORE'S
RENTING BUREAU, 40-30 O'Farrell st. near
Marfcet.
SANCHEZ st.. 513. near ISth— Furnished cot-
tage. 5 sunny rooms, bath and yard; rent
reasonable. '
COTTAGES TO LET
ARTISTIC sunny cottage. 7 — «ims and 1 hath:
front and rear lawns; gardener's services. 63
Parnassus ar.
HOUSES TO LET
t7Xf~r:vishcp
TO rent — Music studios; gplendidlv equipped: a
f»w left. KOHLEB & CHASE bid*., 28
O'Farrell st.
ELEGANT h«ns«» of T rooms and bata. I*l2
Laguna St.. bet. Bush and Pine.
SCOTT st.. 121*5. nr. Ellis — Sunny house. 7 rooms
and batb. 2 toilets: basement; garden: $30.
2OTII ay*.. 1235. near FI st. (Sonnet district" —
New 7 r. anfl b. : !o— rent: open today.
CALIFORNIA st.. 234 s ! — House of » rooms, bata,
with place in rear street for garage: $30. '
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
JUNFVRXISHED
j FOR rent — House. 8 rooms.- 2 baths, laundry. 2
kitchens, gas range, coal range and hou*«
j partly furnished. If desired; will accommo-
date 2 families, or fine house for f amfly nt
adults; shedroom for automobile. HIGHXM
| *tP E- ISrh st.. Oakland: phone \Territt 33SVV
I 6T#TH st.. 401 — 6 room nonse: convenient to enr
| line* and Key Route: $23. water included. See
I STEVENS & RANKIN. Claremont and College.
SEND or call for ne— printed estate. GEO. W
AUSTIN. 1018 B~B<t— ay. Oakland.
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
.__ Frn.MvnEn
FURNISHED house of •> rooms, sleeplnff porch
very sunny. In Vernon heights. Apply - 4.VJ
Oakland ar. ; phone Oakland 3f1f17.
BERKELEY HOUSES TO LET
FURNISHED
7 ROOM f':rn's6ed honse. 2fiOs Fulton st..
Rerke>y; plenty of frn!t. flowers and berries;
2 i>*.vk» from Dwtght way station? Inquire
2i"2S Sliattuck ay.. Berkeley.'.-:-
BERKELEY HOUSES TO LET
''yrpvisHKn
TO LEASE FOR ~ TEA3S— BettntHnJ bmnTuMt
; grounds In North Berkeley; elevation W> feet;
i masniflcent view of Golden gnte: .1 minutes
I from cars: 10 room, house: •*\u25a0 fireplaces, larg-*
i sleeping porch, barn, tennis eonrt, private
water annply. sulphur spring. Inquire at once.
Tamalpats at.. North Berkeley, or address TI
TV." FAIRBANKS, box 37fi. Berkeley.
ALAMEDA HOUSES TO LET
IHCTiyiSHED
ELEGANTLY furnished 2 story house. 12 rooms-
bath. gas. electricity.' laundry; concrete base-
ment: all modern conveniences; first' class or-
. der: fine lawn and shrubbery: near Morton st
station. J.^S. HANLEY. 1310 Park st.. Ala-
meda.
FURNISHED honse. 10 rooms; fine, larra lot- »r»
best locality: rent $7.",. BANTA A HOCK I N'T
,1424 Park St.. AUmeda. X^-f, '
TO rent or lease— Building, 2 floors. 23x»B"7eet^
-make offer. 15 Park ay.. East Oakland.
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