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POLICE LOSE SUIT
FOB BACK PAY
358 Sought $37,500 Salaries
for Enforced Vacation Dur=
ing July, 1906
Three hundred and fifty-right polire
rtien, who have been suingr the city
and th«- police commissioners for the
last thre-e years to recover their sal
aries' for July. 1906. had their hopes
dashed yesterday by the supreme court,
which derided against them. George
Geimann headed the plaintiff?! and they
roinplained that in July, after the fire.
xhoy were compelled to take a month's?
leave of absence without pay. The
sum Ti-as $37,500. The court decided
that the men had not complied with the
charter because they had not put in
their claims within one month after
the money was due.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
[ Special Dhpatch 1o The Call]
EUREKA, Dec. 13. — No vessels rrr>ssr-<1 the b?r
Jfvisy. nxriuff tn tl)*" h*>svy fog which lias prr-
siaii» morning. Fire strsni fclKmners are
\u25a0iil<> to srriTe, b'Jt will not vow pat into porf
until mnrniiij-. «>n«» mail nas "Ine today. • l>ut
v»s <Ipl»vpJ in cnnsPTurii"*! nf tl)*> f«MT.
Thf Nonb Pacific «nrßmship company's Ktcamer
Alliance J* dnc from Portland via Astoria to
pMRtW wiih froi^hr and passen^frc. The same
ii'tnpariy'F straii)pr Smita *'l«ra is <3up tomorrow
uiorning from San Francisco with Freight, mall
::!*1 pass^ncprs. H«ih vpsspls will depart on
tb# rpturn trip on tln> following <lay.
The Orrprnn and Enrfka railroad company has
ropently fcr«d »n onpin»>i>ring crew rerunning the
iin's survpyp<l a nurnlier of rpsrs agf> for the
pxion^ion of the road from Semoa to the jotty
<n the snutb spit. prPKuninbly with a vipw t«
huilding tbp railr<%R<i for carrying rock and snp
plips thorp xrh<"n thi» work on tfcp bar begins.
Within a very s'jort time. Bf soon us an oper
.iior can bp si-cnred to take bis place at Fort
Humhflldt. VTlreUws Operator .lack Duncan of
thp United vrirploss ootnpany. who has lippn
stationed In this city during the lust year nnd
* half, will dppart for Pan Francisoo to accept
The Vey and the San Francisco station at Hill
<re»t.
LOS ANGELES. Per. 13.— Arrived— Stpamor
G«nrgp W. EMer. from San IMego; steamer
ClamaODt. fmni Willnpa iisrbor: steamer Santa
Hoses, from San Diego; steniuer Cam Bay. from
San Francisco: steamer St. Helens, from KagU?
harbor: creamer San Pedro, from Eureka:
"tPumcrM. S. Dollar, from Shanghai; J'nitPd
States stPaniers Truxtun. LawroiK-p, Prohle,
WhipplP. Peil> and Stpwart. from San Diego.
Sailed— Steamer (Jeorgp W. Elder, for Port
taf)4: steamer Santa Rosa, for S.in Francisco;
MPRmf-r E\crls;or, for Santa Catrina; steamer
lVir>s Bsy, for San Francisco.
FOE.TLANI). Dec. 13.— Arrived— Stpamers W.
Ri Pc.rtpr. Nome City and J. B. Stetson, from
San Francisco. '-* *.
Sajpd — S:eamer Brpskwater. for C<v>« bay:
stoHiupr Sup H. Elmnre. for Tillarfi<«k: steamer
<'oioacl E. B. I»rake. for San Fraucisco: BHtluli
;-hip GlPnholm. for Quwnstown or Fahnouth;
Not-m-pjrian steamer Svoa. for San Francisco.
PORTLAND. Dpc. 13.— After lißv-ng Itoen in
p'irt «n«p <>ctober 28. d!!-char~inp lumber, uu
•>r?olnc repairs and loading for Brisbane, the
bsrkentlnp Jnne L. Stanford. Captain Peter
*"n, i« expectpd to tie rpady tn go to the
stream tomorrow *t Sf. Johns and will prob
shly I»bt^ down for the sea Thurify morn
ing. While going <Mit of Grays Harbor on
October 25 tbo Stanford hit the bar.
I/Bd^n with 650.000 fppt of lnmher. thp
sii-ampr ?vca. Captain Allen, has sailed from
thl« port for San Pedro.
Wirh passpiigej-s and freigbt. the fteampr
Pa« H. Elmorp. Captain Scbradcr, sailed this
.-iffprnoon for Tillsmo'k.
As soon as supplies <an lv> pla<-pil aboard
the lighthouse tendpr ColumMnp it will make
* trip- frora^ Astoria to Pnget sound to dJs
tr:bnfp ChnVtmMK supplies to thp stations
slong the coast and to thp lightships. Thera
rr\}\ b<> a lr.nre number of turkeys for thp
TT:Pn «»mploy<'d both on the licht'hlpo and at
tli*> ptstions. In addition ir» thp supplies, the
«'o!u!Biiii)p will tafcp sonic keepers to Dpptrtic
ii»a it-land to rciipvp thosp tlfrro. and also
some men f<>r tbe lightships to permit thosp
»ho«rd to po ashore to spt-nd the holidays with
Hsrir families.
BAJT PEDRO, Doc. 13. — The hi;: passenger
Yale and Harvard are due to arrive
here Friday. Announcement Is made that regu
lar service between Fan Francisco will be inaug
urated with the sailing of tbe Harvard from
this port December 20. The schedule calls for
four eaillnss a week from each of the two ports,
with a difference of only a few hours slower
than fast ps^spnger train' sprv># now in opera
tion berwppn Los Anjrolcs and San Francisco.
The Pacific navigation company, which will
operate th»- big steamers, hss cinspd « trefSc
yrrauprraent rlsp S.ait Lak* railroad for
int^rcfcanjre of- business. End negotiation* are
l<end-;n<r f..r a similar cuatrsct with the Ameri
r»n expr- \u25a0'v <-ornpany.
Tb* 1 *.-'. -ijr.los a*, now arranged <ail for a sail
ing fr«m ssn Francisco Satarday aftcrnyon, and
it is the intention of tlie empany to run wpek
end excursions from San Francisco to Los An
peles. Ticket* will bp s..ld on the European
plan, being good for pss?agp. Meals and berths
wll! be eTtrs. >,-i "
SAN PEDEO, Ppc. 13.— Tlip steamer Excelsior
'•rtmpleted tbe dischargp of a lumber cargo and
cleared today for Santa Caurina. Lower Califor
t,!s. to load a cargo of oiiyx for San Diego.
Th* North Pa^ifii- company's steamer George
* v . Eltfer toadied here today, bound from Ran
r>>co ' fr»r Portland via Pan Francisco. After
tfkirg passpnppra and freight it pr<x ceded.
The passenger and freight steamer Santa Rosa.
from Ssn Dipgo for San Francisco via Redondo
B^ach. called in this morning aad proceeded.
Tee rtesmer Coo* Bay was in and out today
from *ad to San Francisco tnd way ports.
Tbe steamer St. Hplpds arrived this afternoon,
out five <iay« from Esple harbor, with a cargo of
telephone pr.les and piling consigned to the Los
A nceles -Paeific railway company.
The etefitner San Pedro, arriving from Eureka,
•rIU discharge (00.000 feet of lumber for the
Snn Pedro luinher company.
The steamer M. S. Dollar arrived this pfter-
DOqa-froOl Shansrhai via Mororan. Japan, carry
ing: 5<.0 ton* of Chines" r-r-nl and a cargo of oak
lo^s ?n<s liimtiT consicned to the Crescent wharf
:;n<] warobous' 1 cornpsnr.
The r.'niteil States t^rprdo boat destroyers
'I riirrmi. Lawrence. Prelile. Wh'pple. P«rry 'and
Stewart arrived tonight from S*an Diego." The
destroyers Paul Jones. Goldshoroush nnd Rowan
will arrive !n the rnorn'nz from Mbtc island tr>
Join the flotHla.
ASTOBIA. V°c. I.l— Steam schooner Nome
t":tr arrived th : s morning from San Francisco
with r-orzn.
Tark F<*hioT!«"r W. S. Porter arrived today
from san Francisco with n carpa of crude oil.
Tank srearr.cr nnsPT*>rie t-allrd tod?>y for San
I"r»ncisco. tftw <l: c clisr^:ng its <-ar?o of crtide
r.itht house lender Uanzanita left today for
Grays Harbor t« do some Vmoy work.
Schonn<*r -1. R. Stetson a it; red today from San
ftemn schooner T^malpais arrived about m!<i
nirhr. from Sun Frßiiriffo and will load lumber
at Kalamn.
£r»Rinpr Shr«'.iO]|P vailed today with a car^o
fit. liimhT for San Prnncisco.
A suit w.-!s tilpd in the circuit court thip sft
*rnor>n by rite Nor^li Pacific steatnsh'p company
»t«!rst the Tallant Grant packing company to
rr .-..^fr V $Oiir..r»« «!!o;M in he dv* as freight
chcrsres 000 0 fire shipments of goods from Port
Krnron. Ca!.. to Astoria. The complaint says
the freicht was shipped via ihe Northwestern
Pscfic r.-;;lro(ij compsny's road and the. plain
tiff's *testner«.
SEATTLE. Deo. 13. — Arrived— Steamer Meteor,
fiom Skap«?y; steamer Pn.tesilaus. from Vsn
cnuver: hreamer Watson, from San Francisco:
*ff»aroer Ciiy of Pi;fW». from Belllnpham:
Rfparaer Montara. from Enjle harbor; steamer
I'reslneJH. from San Francisco.
Sailed— Steamers I^pwls I.tickenbach. Watson
Victoria and Meteor and ship Reiubek. Cor Ta
<om3.
ABERDEEN. n«c. i:;._<>n acootmt of th»
fo P which prevailed today, the Mcnmers C"ro
tumlo nnd Newimrpr. which were expected 'to
l«are early this mornine. did not *:«>t away
uutil late. Tlip Britisli trrtr.p strainer Ptrath
«irnp Ir expect e<3 u< comprMe loadifij: this
week. It will zo to the sound to finish carßO
-TACOHA, Hec. 13.— Arrired— Steamer' Lewis
I.uckpr.hach. from San Francisco; ijerman bark
nelnbek. from Seattle; Japanese steamer Tamba
Maru. from Seaitlp.
Depart*-!— British' Itark Dumfriesshire, for
Irited Kliipdom.
Captain Face* I Imrtros
Inspectors Boilep and Bulger began
an Jnvestipatlon yesterday into the
charge that a captain, of one of the
Key Route ferry boats had disregarded
signals on the bny. It was charged
that the captain had passed in front of
the steamer Tamalpais after the latter
had given the whistle for the right of
way.
LOSI AND [FOUND
LOST— A pa*sh:>oS» with tJie Hib-r»'.! SaTJ?i<s
*nd f.«an Society of San FrancUon. i u the
n«m«; of ISAAC WILLIAM?. No. CK2-R72. The
rioder will pleaw- rf-turn to batik. Unless same
is returned flthln 5 <!ays a new hook will be
lwued to the applicant.
i'ARTY wn<> found purse Dec. 9 on ferry boat
nmy k<*cp money if Jewelry Is returned to'
tS69 BiK-hanan st.. apt. 2, JESSIE KNOWL-
TOX. Reward.' Xo question* ask^d.
LOST— L*die*' ?»'d watch. No. ."57!ti7. on Na-
tomn nr. Eighth. In <sr*» Monday rvrning.
rindcr rpturu for reward mom J "O7 <"all bldg.,
after 3 p. m. ;
I.eiS-T — 123 follectrr*B account titflr. Tbelr re-
«am to 2C52 Mission ft. will be liberally re-
' warded.
I/it;T— In Welnwock. LuWti & Co.'s millinery
ri«T>artmfnt. one pair nose glasses. Return to
1530 Hyde st.. ajtt. 2: rrward.
L<>ST--- Pair of ryrfflass^K; g«1<l rial. Return
«S»ii]»-'t reward !« I*o Swar *t.
LOST— l'.ru^n. water sjianiel. white spot en
lut-fcsl; rtwarii. I'ixoou I'acifiti-TSS
MEETINGS— LODGES
CALD7ORNIA consistory No. 5, A. !&£\
«nd A. S. R., 1>5»5 Geary st.
Thirty - flrnt degree THIS fiS'SP'a
(WEDNESDAY) evening at 8
Vifitins bretLron cordially in- fMg|g*jf
CHAS. JELLINEK. Registrar. : %tmm[i}F
SAN FRANCISCO chapter No. 1. Royal JsSi' s '&Jsi
Ar.-h Masons, moets THIS < WEDNES-k£MjK_
DAV» EVENING. First nr. aud C\p-yJ{£&4§
ment st. Degrees five and elx. fC«^Js
H. G. BRUCE. \2j»>ps
EXCELSIOR lodge No. 166. F. & A. M. — A
Third degree THIS (WEDNESDAY) *J%u
EVENING at 7:.'X) oVlock. f§*F\
H.-J. OWEN. Sec. /^ r
CROCKETT lodge No. 139. F. and A. Ok
>!.. 21H5 Suitor st. Second degree THlS*«p»<r
rWEDXESDAYr; EVENING nt 7:30 /V\
o'clock. By order of the W. M.
J _j It. H. McPHERSON. Secretary.
I STAUR KING lodge No. 344. F. &A. M.. __~
17.» Fillmore st.— Third degree THlS^ffW
< WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7:30 /W\ -j
I "•'•JQ'-k. n. F^ WRIGHT. See. I
1 MISSION lodco No. IG9, F. .^ A. M.— Sl'O- Ji.
«^ial meeting THIS (WEDNESDAY) Hy**-
KVn.VIN<; at 7:-"~'> 'oVloek. Third d»- /L^\
groo. FRANK W. SMITH. SV»c. '
KING SOLOMON'S loiiee No. 260. F. &A. A
i M. — Th? officers and ni'Mnlwrs are re- Vr^»
quested to nttend the funeral of onr <\e- t\jS\
i-enscd lirotiier. I.OIIS GI'STAF N
SCHOKD. from the hall of our lodpe TODAY
i Wednesday*. Dec. 14. at 12:30 o'clock p. m.
A' full .attendance i* requested.
; Harry baehr. se<-.
COSMOPOLITAN lodge No. 194. I. _rtg«s_&fc
O. (I. F.— Members will ssKembie
(Wednesday i at 1 o'clock )'• m.. *****"
to attend the funeral of our def-r>ased l'rother. I
L. (i. SCHORD. A. McGILL. N. G. ;
R. If. THOMP.SON. Rec. Sec. j
AUSTRIAN Military and Benevolent k'J_*T-*
AsiVM-iatloa meets THIS I WEDNES- BiSiS
DAYI EVENING. December 14. at
7:30 o'clock.' at ."00 Fulton at. Nomi- «•**
nation of officers for ensuing year will be in j
order. Fines for mmattendanco. By order
of c. J. CATANIA. President;
GEO. MOSTAHIMCH. Rec. See.
OFFICERS and members of the Servian «ff» !
Montenegrin L. & R. So>^iety — Yon nreiifS^Jk j
hereby notified to attend our regular andgy.'i^S
annual matins NEXT WKDNESDAY»Jg;S^
EVENING. De<-. 21. at 7:30 o'clock, at L^NfvJ
Wyamlotte hall. 025 <?o]den Gate av. * _a-
Klectlon of officers will take plare and very
important amendments to the bvlaws to be
voted upon. LAZAR S. CHURICH, Pres.
MILAN G. STANISICH. Sec.
; GOLDEN GATE council No*. 551. /ggjfflN.
N. U.— Meets THIS tWKDXES- /ftSsgS«\
DAY) EVENING nt R o'.-lffk i«t i^fe--^2l*
Memorial hall. Odd Fellows' L.fc_T 'gvSlu!
bldg.. 7;h and Market sts. xfi&Sv&O/
C. J. SWIFT. Rec. Pco. &t?&Sj/
R. M. WHEELOCK. Speaker. >_t_>^
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
MALE
IXl^--^ PLEASE TRY ME AAA
COMPF.TENT JAPANESE BOY OF THOR-
fOUGH EXPERIENCE DESIRF.S POSITION-
AS STORE OR OFFICE PORTER: SOBER
AND RELIABLE.
WEST 5688. HOME P4OBS.
i FRANK KATO. 1503 GEARY ST.
AN experienced Japanese wants position in apt.
house as cook, morning or night preferred.
T. Bonpey. li>l7 Gough st. \u25a0
CHINESE hoy wishes a position in nice family
oookicg or "second work. Call L. KING, 41
Waverly place., room 14.
EXPERIENCED man in all branches of farming,
expert orehardist and nurseryman and at one
time manager of a large ranch, desires a
•\u25a0hanjre. as no chance for ability to lie. shown:
the best references. Address J. W. S.. P. O.
box 2<">7. Walnut Grove. Sacramento Co.. Cal.
FIRST CLASS baker find pastry cook wishes a
situation: strictly sober; is willing to work
for small wages for light work. Box 363. Call.
FIRST CLASS Japanese hotel cook; good on bak-
irg and pastry; lias best references; wishes a
position in any place: wages reasonable. Ad-
drrss box 375." Call office.
FIRST CLASS Japanese cook wants situation In
country for good family: SAM. 1543 Post st.
GOOD Chinese boy wishes a position doing gen-
eral housework. Address FRED JUE, SSI
Pay gt. |
GOOD voung Japanese boy wants half day situa-
tion, so as to permit hi— -to attend night
school. G. TSUJISAKA, 1554 Post 6t, phone
West 7368.
HANDY MAN. GOOD. STRONG AND WILLING.
WOULD LIKE A JOB. CITY OR COUNTRY,
AT ANY KIND OF WORK; REFERENCES.
PHONE SUTTER 1353.
JAPANESE boy wants position ns cook and to
do llrht housework; city or country. KUNT,
1821 Sutter st. ' ' \u25a0 '
JAPANESE, gentle and honest, wishes work as
]«cndry boy. besides waiting on table: $25 up
« month: many references. FRANK, care
Fujiy-ema laundry. Oakland.
\u25a0 MIDDLE aged man -wants work on a ranch: has
lived nil his life on the farm; is married, no
children. Box 4CS. Call office. \u25a0
PAINTER, paper hanger, tinter, gralner, etc..
wants work from owners; have tools for Inte-
rior and exterior work: no Job too large or too
emalL Decorator. 255 9th av., Richmond.
Phone Pacific 3064.
PAINTER, paper banger and tinter. has all
tools, wants work from owners, day or job:
sood work: low prices. 320S 23d st. : phone
; Mission SMS. \u25a0
POSITION wanted by first class butler with best
of city references. Box 467. Call office.
RELIABLE colored man wants situation as
houseman, janitor or watchman: references.
FRANK, 1272 7th Ft, Oakland.
WANTED — Accounting work or a set of doable
entry books to keep ereninjrs by a competent
person. Address box 2748. Call office.
YOUNG man. steady and sober, wants job
driving anto. washlnc. or work In shop;
wasres nominal. F. DICKER. 3542 17th st.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMALE
aX^teno^raf^rT^buriness college
graduate. with experience. has
knowledge of book keeping and of-
fice work. accurate and careful
worker. desires a steady position;
willing to start at a moderate
salary: good references. address
box 277, call office.
Al MILLINER calls at homes: willow plumes
tr.sde of feathers and boas: best and cheapest
In (ho o[fy: hnts remodeled. West 221. 1398
! O - Farre!l st.
COMPETENT woman wishes — ork hy day or
~eek: good references. 211 Minna st
FIRST CLASS cook wants position for birthday
and wedding parties. Apply MRS. RIESSIG; i
phone Park 6757. . - i
GRADUATE nurse would like position In doc- !
tor's ,offW: l«w salary. Box 3272. Call ;
office. Oakland: phone Ook 4399.
MAN AND WIFE WISH POSITIONS OF ANY
KIND IN EITHER HOTEL. APARTMENT
HOUSE OR RANCH; BOTH ARE GOOD ALL
ROUND WORKERS. PHONE SUTTER 1353.
WANTED — Position by nice Japanese girl. as good
cook or housework in city. TOKYO. ISfil Pine.
WANTED— Any kind of plain sewing to do at
home: ladles' and children's. Address Box
7043. 110S Valencia st.
MISSION BPAXCfI OK THE CALL. MILLER'S,
STATIONER. 3011 16TH ST. ,*
MAN WANTED WITH RIG TO TAKE CHARGE
of nale of our medicines, extracts, spices, soaps.
perfumes, toilet articles, stock and poultry
preparations, etc.. In your county. Steady
work guaranteed. Work healthful, pleasant,
very profitable; references required. Write us;
vhp mean business. SHORES-MUELLER COM-
PANY. Dept. »7. Tripoli. lowa.
MEN wanted, age 18 to 35. for firemen $100
monthly, and brakemen $80. on nearby, rail-
roads; experience unnecessary; no strike; pro-
motion to engineers, conductors; railroad em-
ploying headquarters: over 500 men sent to
positions monthly; state age;v send stamp.
Railway Association. c«re Call office.
WANTED — Men by large contracting company;
520,000 contract work going; can learn auto-
mobiles, electricity, plumbing, brick laying
imde in few months; no apprentices' or help-
ers' work and do expense; catalogue free,
baited Trade School Coatracti-jy Co., 1201
Call Mdg.
WANTED— XIgbt watchman for building: mar-
ried man. 35 to 40 years ofag", preferred:
uiuf t furnish first class references of his
record from previous employers: state age,
previous employment and salary expected.
Address box 442. Call office. .
WANTED — You can. not obtain a better, surer
recommendation for a responsible position than
a CERTIFICATE OF CHARACTER. The PA-
CIFIC SURETY COMPANY- will give you one
for $2. "It prove* you worthy." . '
707 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
MEN and r-omen to learn bartering; special In-
ducement -to \u25a0 next 10; . we teach - you in \u25a0 8
weeks. Call San Francisco Barber College. 790
Howara st.
YOUNG man to help lo shipping department and
to drive wagon ; $7- f >o per • week : - srood • future
for the right party. See DECKELMAN BROS.,
JR2 Turk st/ ' \u25a0•;.\u25a0\u25a0'
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND
DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS; REF KEL>
EKILMANT JEWELRY CO.. 7ot MARKET.
2 MEN to learn cigar. making; good pay while
learn—.;;. 130a Market st.
THE SAN FRANCISCO ; CALL. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1910.
MALE HELP WANTED
Continued _
GOOD boy for the holidaye; $5 per we*; may
be permanent MARIER BNGRAVING CO.,
420 Market st
COLLECTOR wanted— One who collects for other
firms; state references. Box 469, : Ca1l Office.
I FIRST CLASS tvutler; must have, first class local
references; $70. $80. Box 440. Call office.
NEW WESTERN. 1124 Howard— Single rooms,
15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water.
MEN wanted at 103 Sd st to have their shoes
repaired; sewed soles 75c: done In 10 mlnntaa.
EXTRA salesmen wanted— ROOS BROS., Mar-
. ket and Stockton. -
BOYS nnd men wanted. ILLINOIS PACIFIC
GLASS CO.. 15th end Folsom.
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
end unquestionable character.
LIGHT AND WELL VENTILATED OPEB-
j A TING ROOMS. • .
PLEASANT REST AND LUNCH ROOMS.
LIBERAL SALARY PAID WHILE LEARN-
ING. - - \u25a0 \u25a0'->.\u25a0.: . v
PF.RMANENT POSITIONS.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE.
Fcr full particulers call at the Operating
School. Telephone Office. 2015 Steiner st. cor-
ner Pice. -
"~~~~~ j OAKLAND. ~~~
GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY
WHILE LEARNING. . "
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 3D AND CLAY ST3.
APPLY TO MR. DAVI3. -
LADIES. Jearn h.i!r dressing at CALIF. COL-
LEGE OF HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Cul-
ture : diplomas and formulas glveD: individual
Irstraction. 9C7V., Market st bet. sth and fith.
! YOUXC girl to do housework for two young men
! on chicken ranch. 7 miles from Petaluma:
j wages $20 month: easy position. Address box
; 153. route 4, Petaluma, Cal.
LEARN hair dressing at New Mildred Parlors.
130 Geary st Special for holiday month, fnll
course. [email protected]: day and evening classes.
I LADY clerk for store: reference required; call
I; today. MILLER'S. 3011 Oth st.
j ELDERLY lady to help in smr.ll rooming house;
; room and board and small snlary. 367 sth ?t
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
THE BARKER SANITARY CHAIR.
The sample of our 1911 model porcelain
enamel chair has arrived. Call and inspect It.
Cash price. $72; easy terms. $82. $5 monthly.
Shops completely fitted up on small Installments.
Bargains in all kinds of second hand chairs.
JAMES BARKER, Inc.,
Phone Franklin 3599. 94 Turk st.
Engene F. Panarlo. Manager.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO BARBERS EVERY
. WHERE — That new razor with the classy
finish, the UNICUT, can now be had of your
barber supply man; price $2.50 each to bar-
bers only and the quality is' higher than
the price. This is the latest, the best and
- the cheapest in tbe end. You certainly
should have one.
MEN and women, learn the barber trade; we
guarantee to make yon an expert and pay
yon wages while learning; always great de-
mand for barbers; call and let us explain.
MOI.ER COLLEGE. 234 3d st \u25a0
WM. BENCE & CO., S3O Market st. room 204—
2 chairs, rent $9. must sell this week. Owner
going east: good location; a bargain; fixtures
worth more; $200. Two chair shop this week
only $12.1.
FOUR chair shop, best transient location in San
Francisco: half interest for sale on account of
other business; pay down what you can and
make the balance out of the shop. Apply to
owner, 94S Market st. room 408..
PRICE regulator — Old prices: air kinds of bar-
ber chairs, heaters, etc.; my competitors
asked the trust not to furnish new goods un-
less I raised • prices. 394 Hayes st. ; phone
Pnrk 1242. " . . '
BARBERS' union 14S — Election of officers Mon-
day, Dec. 19. S:."0 p. m. sharp; bring member-
ship book. Come and vote.
CHARLES KOCH. Secretary.
BARBER wanted, single man, first class coun-
try hotel; steady Job. Inquire Crocker An-
nex barber shop. 630 Market st
SMALL store for 2 obßlr barber shop: good
location, front of billiard parlor. Inquire
5750 San PaWo av.. Oakland.
FOR sale — 2 ehalr barber shop, good location,
6th st. nr. Market: cheap if sold this week.
49 Cth st.
FIRST CLASS barber wants extra work every
evening. Sat. and Mon.. steady. Box 7119,
Miller's branch. 3011 16th st. /
GOOD barber wanted, steady, at 2015 Mission st.
Sunrise barber shop.
FIRST CLASS barber wanted, steady. 164
Montgomery av. ; .
WANTED — Lady barber, steady. Apply at
' 157U, Mason st.
FOR sale, $250 — 3 chair barber shop: best loca-
tion In town. 50G Bth . st.,' Oakland.
BARBERiwanred at 821 Devisadero st city.
BARBER shop, 2 chairs: rent paid for month;
living rooms: established 3 ye«rs. 1584 Folsom.
FIRST CLASS barber wanted Wed.. Sat. and
Sunday. 170R Bryant st. cor. 16th.
GOOD barber wishes position. 655 Folsom st.
Home Phone J2910.
FOR sale — 3 chair barber shop: good location;
good Business. 409 7th St.. Oakland.
"DE LUX" Massaee Cream; new process ;- best
ever. BAUER'S. Barber Supplies, 59 O'Farrell.
FOR sale — 1 chair shop, best location on Market
st Call 447 Kearny. st
BARBER wanted for Wed. night Sat. and Sun-
day, steady. 2200 Bryant nt cor. 20th.
BARBERS' Protective Union — Employment secre-
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt : phone Krny. 5854.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
PHONE PAC. DOU£LAS~3^3T^aO^IE^C466SrS3I
GRANT A V.— ASIA EMPT. OFFICE FUR-
NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPANESE,
CHIENSE. FILIPINO HELP OF ALL KINDS.
AAA— PHONE WEST 1731, 52615.
Largest Japanese and Chinese employment of-
fice in city. T. TAMURA CO.. 1612 Lagnna st.
WEST S«SB— S4ORB. 1509 Geary st
OSCAR HATSUMI,
Best help carefully selected; guaranteed.
INDEPENDENT Employment Office — Phone
Main 679. Basement San Joaquln Valley
Bank bldg.. Hunter st. Stockton, Cal.
. A. 6. HORI. reliable Japanese-Chinese help
j promptly furnished: open day and night
: 1748 Sntter st. PHONES— WEST 2803. S2SO3.
1 H. W. HONG, Chinese employment office. SO5
Webster St.. Oakland; phone Pekln 25.
J. CONN, Chinese employment bureau— Phone
. Donglas 3160. Home C5095. 785 Clay st
STAR erap. office; Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 160S Geary; tel. West 167. 54908.
i SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
: WANTED— -First class calendar salesmen for
, San Francisco and Los Angeles: high class line;
liberal commission; references required. Call
' at 1044 Phelan bldg. from 10 to 12.
J IF you have the ability to sell oil stock it will
pay you to write F. D. BURR, 29 Bacon bldg.,
; Oakland, Cal. ' - .
t '
ROOMS TO LET
• FDRNISHED AND DSFUR.VISHED
J A COZY home for respectable ladles, 1130 Mar-
ket St.. near Bth, under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY, elegantly furnished; every
modem convenience; • steam heat, electric light
; and elevator service: spotlessly clean; centraily
5 located; thoroughly homelike: telephone Market
• 1349; prices tery moderate, ranging from 250
7 per night up? epecial rates by the week , or
T month. See matron, room S3.
• CLAY Ft. 2661. opp. Alta plaza— Nicely fur-
nißhed front room with, modern conveniences;
\u25a0 reasonable.
i UEWEI' HOUSE. 4th and Howard— All modern
conveniences; 300 rooms, 35c to $1 day, $2 to
f5 a week; free baths; Howard, or 4th «t cars.
" EDDY Bt., 1236 — Sunny. front room; large closet,
bath, gas, phone; American family; $2 week;
no sign.
• ELLIS St.. 927 — Large, newly furnished.- sunny
• rooms. 52 a wet-k; free baths, phone; also
" 52.50 room. -
• GROVE st . 676— Sunny front room, $2 1 week to
. gentleman: also auother room, $1.50 week.
HAYES *tV 603 — Three elegant, bay window
rooms: corner; $8. $10; and $12. ;
: HoTKL METROPOLITAN, 975 Harrison— Quiet
5 place: working people; hot wat,.b. ; $1.50 wk.
• OCTAVIA st; 1224— Sunny rooms,; single or con-
necting; running, water, gas; with or without
house keeping; electricity; reasonable: phone
r West 4735. ; - . ~ \u25a0: . .;.'-: ' _ -
1 OVERLAND HOI'SK, StSU Sacramento st. below
~ Montgomery — Now. open ; 200 rooms : hot - and
cold water In every room : 1 25c to $2 \u25a0 per day ;
51.50 to $5 per, week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
• O'FARRELL st. 1227— Nice large room; sun all
• day; bath, phone,; all conveniences: reasonable.
) O'FARRELL fct. 1240-f-For gentleman, neatly
furnished room: -running: water; $7; other. rms.
i UNFURNISHED outside rooms, $1 week; gas in-
e eluded. ApplyJ 728 Bryant st.' >" ' \
4TH -st. 504.'- corner : Bryant— Furnished rooms,
with 1 or without kitchen: all light and' airv-
> prices very reasonable ;\u25a0 ;good car service.- ~
V'itl st.; :m-t. near Koimhp—^iJctu miui :tiry room*
85 cents per day -up;, running, water, gas and
: electric • lights; car* . pass "-. me - door: -. vuca -_1
\u25a0 algbt. ' \u25a0 - -- . \u25a0 \u25a0 . ' - , . -
A SMALL want ad -In Tha Call will do It
quicker than a dozen signs plastered on your
windows and which spoil the looks' of your
home besides. Phone Kearny E6 £.or an ad
man to call and see »-on. . - -
ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING
AAA— STANFORD (The) Sl5 Van Ness— Suites,
single rms.,- hskpg. ; also single rooms for men.
BAKER st, 1818, bet California and Sacra-
mento— 2 sunny roomß. nicely furnished; Con-
venient for house keeping. . '\u25a0\u25a0
ELLIS et.', 927— Newly furnished. 2 large, sunny
rooms and connecting kitchen, $22.50 a month;
free baths, phone, gas range. . .-" \u25a0
GOLDEN GATE av., 953-s— Honse keeping rooms
any part of city. Open every day, Sundays
and evenings. '
MCALLISTER st., 1449_ Nicely furnished sunny
room, single or for house keeping.
OAK st. '716, near Flllmore — Furnished house
•I keeping rooms; bath, phone, laundry, grate
free: modern: reasonable. '
OCTAVIA st.. 1410 — Nicely furnished sunny
house • keeping rooms; also single rooms for
gentlemen.
SCOTT «t, 1005; West 3141— Hskpg. rooms,
complete, reas.; attic rooms; cheap to right
party. . \u25a0 .
SCOTT St.. 2040—2 clean, sunny, attic rooms. $S
per month ; also $1.50 ner week. Phone West
2014.
VAN NESS av.. 719, nr Turk st. — Sunny room,
buffet kitchen. '.
14TH St.. 215. the Ramona — Single and house
keeping \u25a0 rooms ; gas and electricity, bath,"
phone, etc. Let us show you.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1637 FILLMORE ST. .-
ROOMS^
2 FURNISHED rooms with alcove and bath; rent
$15; extra value. Apply 2905 Grove st., Berke-
ley, near Ashby; phone Berk. 3396. \u25a0
ROOMS and BOARD [OFjFERE^
AAA— THE WEMPE, 419 Oak st. — Single ana
double rooms. . with board, $30 per month up.
CALIFORNIA st.. 2523— Nicely furnished sunny
rooms; excellent board; phone; bath; $6 and
$7 per week. . \u25a0.\u25a0:-\u25a0: sV _^
CALIF, st, 1541 — St. Margaret's club, for girls,
teachers, students, bus. women, tourists; sunny
rms.: fine bd.: rates reas. Fk. 3292. H. C2569.
DEVISADERO st. 2344, cor. Jackson — Just
opened; swell furnished rooms and suites;
elegant; everything up to date; exquisite ta-
ble French cooking; private bath, electric light,
gas. hot nnd cold water. Phone West 2934.
FIRST CLASS room and board in private home;
select; $25 per mo., 2 meals. 2SOO Pine st. ;
phone WBSSI. .
FREE list of Inspected boardlns places: refs.
DOMO DIRECTORY. 11 to 2. 822 Crocker bldg.
LARGE front parlor for couple or 2 gentlemen:
also single roomg. 2301 Sutter ' st.
PINE St.. 1030, nr. Taylor — Sunny, comfortable
room with board, suitable for 2 young men:
private family; excellent location * and car
service. ••
POST. st. 1206, cor. Van Ness. — Large, sunny
furnished room for 2; first class "board; all
modern conveniences.
1 ROOMS with board — Central, sunny, running
water; rates reasonable. 1016 Eddy st.
ROOMS with or without bosird: also house keep-
ing rooms; reasonable. 3G5 sth st.
1716 Pacific av. — Business men and women want-
ing Ist class board, pleasant home reas., call.
HOTELS
HOTEL PANAMA, 176 4th St.— Newly opened;
hot water, eteam heat, every room: all out-
side rooms; 50e day up; $2.50 week up.
apartments'
AA— BROOKING apartments. Sl5 sth St.— First
class except the price; walking distance; 3
blocks from Emporium: electric lights, running
water, free baths; phone and janitor service;
1-2-3 rooms, fully furnished for honse keeping;
$2.50 week up; bedrooms. $1.50 week up.
LUNDY APTS., Stanyon st, at Frederick — The
most complete in tbe»city; hot and cold water,
electric lights, baths, elevator service, janitor
Eervice: every room in bouse light: rents reas.
ELTON apartments. 747 Ellis st.— Completed
Dec. 1; sunny. 2 and 3 rooms and bath: steam
. heat, hot water, lanitor service; partly fur-
nlshed; $25 to $37.50. --
-—YERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 SUTTER'ST.
NEAR LARKIN— ELEGANT SUITES OF 2-3
RMS., BATH ; COMPLETELY FURN. : REFS.
BT. GABRIEL apartments. 17KJ Pine st — Kurn-
leard 2-3-4 rooms nnd bath : hot water, heat,
tf anltor, etc.. rent $20 to $45. . See them.
LARCHMONT. 1270 Pine st bet Leavenworth
end • Hyde — New. beautifully furnished apart-
ments of 2 and 3 rooms, with bath.
KNICKERBOCKKR apts..- 1330 Pine st— 2 and
3 rooms, bath; hardwood floors, disappear-
ing beds;
ARDOISE APTS.. COR. PINE AND GOUGH—
SUNNY FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
APARTMENTS. , " .
THE ATHERSTONE, 545 O'Farrell St.— Just
opened; 2 and 3 room apts.. furn.. prlv. baths
and dressing rooms; all modern conveniences.
ST. ELMO. 1462 Devisadero Ft — Korn. front or
single suite*: hath, phone: nil coa. : $12 to $4<>.
SEVILLE: 115 HAIGHT— 3 RM. FURN. APT.;
FRONT. SUNNY: HOT, COLD WATER. MOD.
ARDEN apt?.. Post and Larkin — 2 and 3 room
furn. ; sunny: prlv. bath; steam heat; $20 up.
EUREKA apts., Mkt. and 17th sts. — Beautiful 3
and 4 r. apta.; phone, janitor service: sunny.
'\u25a0 ADELINE APTS.. 640 Eddy— l, 2 and 3 room
apte.; hotel service: private exch.: most reas.
MISSION BRANCH OF TOE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 3108 VALENCIA,: ST.
BERK^^'^AJ^RTJ^NTS^
NORTHGATE.--ISofi Euclid av.: tel Berkeley
1615. Home F2534; north entrance of univer-
sity campus — Apartments and private bath,
•single rooms, steam heat 'and call bells In
every room: sleeping porches; first class table
board: special winter rates. M. M. HENRY.
TTtEEHAVEN -APARTMENTS. Ridge road near
Euclid av., BERKELEY— UP TO DATE HOUSE
KEEPING APTS., WITH EVERY MODERN
CONVENIENCE: CALL ANY TIME; MUST
BK SEEN TO P.F APPRECIATED.
y FLATS TO LET
MYRTLE av., 561, nr. Laguna — 3 room flat: $10
a m«nth. -
MYRTLK av., 561, nr. Laguna — 3 rooms and
bath, $12 month. -
CALIFORNIA st, 1304, cor. Webster — 5 rooms
and hath. $20 month.
ELM av.. 217, near Franklin st. — 5 roomsr and
bath, $17.50 month. '
FLAT of 3 beautiful, large, sunny room*: and
bath. Call at BLAKE'S. 1108 Valencia st.
FILLMORE st. 3004. nr. Union — Sunny flat of
5 rooms; bath; $20.
NOn st., 50,"., cor. 19th— Suuny, modern, upper.
' fi rooms: $20.
HOUSES TO LET
tnVFURyiSHED :
TO rent — Music studios; splendidly equipped; a
few left. KOHLER & CHASE bldg.. 28 :
O'Farrell st
$37.50 — House. 9 rooms, bath, 2 yards, store
house. 1659 Scott st. \u25a0
CALIFORNIA st. 254S— House of 8 rooms, bath,
with place in rear -street ff>r garage: $50.
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
-— s~~^ THVFURIVISKKD -*_^_^^
SEND or call for new printed catalog. GEO. W.
AUSTIN. IQlfi Brondway. Oakland. : .
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
FIiRyiSHED
FURNISHED house to lease: 10 rooms; hard-
wood floor; 2 -baths; sleeping porch; garage;
instantaneous heater and fnrnsce. See owner, i
576 2Sth st.. bet. Grove '., and Telegraph.
BERKELE Y HOUSES TO LET
__FTJRXISHED^
ROUSTS, 7 rms.. near university; hardwood floors;
' 3 sleeping porches; - magDiflcent view. 1550
*Le Roy av. . •
A carload of fine furniture just received from
factory; also carpets and -linoleum; regular
, factory prices: we save \u25a0 you 25 to 40 per cent
on- all purchases; country • orders : solicited.
M. H. JOB; ; Factory Agent. 334 Satter st _
SEE j H. SCHELLHAAS. tbe furniture dealer. I.'
: -- O. O. ; F.~:t>ldg:. 1 lth ; st at Franklin. Oakland.
LARGEST buyers of furn., carpets, pianosr desks.
' merchandise," etc. ; always • pay cash.': Mark J. -
Levy, Auction Co., 1142 McAllister. T." Park 860.
Wl LL'-1 pay- top ' prices \u25a0 for .' furniture - and mer-
chandise, or sell , on commission. L. H. BURD, \u25a0
auctloceer. \u25a0 Phone Market 4085::; 431 Van Negy
W ESTIiIiN .;\u25a0 Furn.- Co. . 1043 Devisadero st. pay i
bigbest price for 2d hand furniture. .Weat 2«. J
FLATS, RESIDENCES, LOFTS
AND OFFICES TO LET
OR LEASE
J. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
22S MONTGOMERY ST., MILLS BLDG.-
PHONES:
DOUGLAS 4430. " CI62S.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
AUCTIONEERS.
RENTS COLLECTED.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN- OF PROPERTY.
THIS LIST REVISED DAILY.
, FI'ATS AND APTS. NORTH OF MARKET.
•?iO — s r. ; 2677 California nr. Pierce; upper; llv-
„ In- rni.. dining rm. and recept. hall connect.
|G.i— 11 r.; 244 Lnnrel nr. Clay: marine view.
?b;. — 7 r. ; 3288 .Tackson nr. Wnlnnt
$.)2.50— s r. ; 3254 Jackson nr. Walnut .
|/.0— 0 r.; Sl7 Mason st nr. Pine: middle.
?o0 — s r. ; 2."2"> Van Ness nr. Union; modern;
large yard -and garden; elegant view.
500— 6 r.; 145,°. Washington nr. Hyde: upper.
$50—11 r.: 2217 Scott nr. Clay: upper.
?«>0 and ?fi0 — 7 r. and 2 b. *-a. : elegant apts. ;
hardwood floorp. . etc.: overlooking G. G.
Park; 2090 Fell st. cor. Shrader.
$47.50— 7.T.; WOO McAllister nr.'Brod.; upper.
$45—8 r. ; 3172 Clay nr. Lyon; upper.
?45 — 5 r.: ]?,70 SHcto. nr. Leavenworth; upper,
apt.; hot wafer day and nlglit.
$4»— G r. ; 116S Jackson nr. .Tones: elegant view.
$42.50 — Or.; middle: new bldg.: splendid sunny
rooms: large closets: marine view; 1169
Filbert nr. Hyilp; every convenience.
$42..'O — 3 r. : 17-"» Larkin cor. Jackson; modern.
$40 — 7 r. ; 1031 Wnshiugton nr. Leav. ; upper.
$40 — 11 r.. f)45 Stanyan nr. Carl: upper.
$40 — 7 r.: f)26 Taylor nr. Pine: strictly modern;
__ flight and sunny; open fireplaces.
$37.50 — 5 large rms; every possible convenience;
light nnd sunny: large closets; marine
view: 117.".-Tr» Filbert st nr Hyde. - v.
$37.50 — 7 r. ; 31SS Washington nr. Lyon.
$37.50—6 r.: 1360 Green nr. Polk.
$37.50 — 7 r. ; 2400 Flllmore cor. Wash : modern
upper; janitor and. garbage service.
$37.50—6 r.; 2212 Polk nr. Vallejo; upper.
$37.50^ — 3 r. apt; hot water, steam heat, hard-
wood floors, \u25a0• gas ranges, wall beds, etc.;
1651 Larkin nr. Washington.
$35 — 7 r. ;11475 Jackson nr. Larkin: yard.
$35 — 6 r. ; 1703 Hyde cor. Broadway; upper.
|35 — 7 r. ; 026 Fillmore nr. Fnlton: upper.
$35 — 6 r. ; 2050 T'nion nr. Buchanan.
$3" — fi r.;. 2904 Flllmore cor. Union; upper..-
; $33-$37.50— 1 and 5 r. : beautifully nppolnted;
large rooms: light aud suuny; large clos-
ets; every conv. : The Vernon, 1930 Hyde.
$33 — i r. ; 2030 Hyde nr. Filbert; splendid sized
rooms; large closets: marine view.
$3.-> each— 6 r.: 1441-5 Vallojo nr. Polk: uppers.
$35-?42.50— 6 r. : each; brand new flats: mod-
ern; panoramic marine view; light and
sunny; 1151-59 Filbert nr. Hyde.
$33 — 6 r. ; 1436 Jones nr. Washington.
$35—6 r.: 1514 McAllister nr. Scott; modern.
,$35 — 9 r. ; 2154 Brnderick cor. Wash.: upper.
$35 — 6 r. : 2089 Golden Gate cor. Central ave.
|35 — 7 r. : 104t; T'nion nr. Octavio: modern.
*o — ~ r-: 11 - ;Jl! <Jo 'den Gate nr. Broderick.
$^.5 — 3 r. ; plognnt modern apt.: The Lenox. SW.
cor. Haight nnd Broderick.
$32.50 — 5 r. : 3V».jl Lyon nr. Clay; upper.
$32.50—0 r.: .1314 C01e nr. Rivoli.
$32.50—7 r.; IS3S-48 Fell st. nr. Ashbury: upper.
?32.r.O — 0 r. : 850 Central av. cor. McAllister.
$"'2.r>0 — 7 r. : 2996 Pine cor. Lyon: modern.
$32.30 — 0 r. ; 1343 Hayes nr. Broderick: upper.
$32.50 — (J r.; 1745 Lyon nr. Pine; modern.
$32.30—6 r.: 1950 Devisadero cor. Calif.; upper.
$32.50 — C r. ; elegant sunny lower: not 100 ft
from li. O. park; cheapest flat in neigh-
borhood; rent rrd.; 2"0 Clayton nr. Fell.
$32.50—6 r.: 10-'W Broderick nr. Turk; modern
and sunny upper.
$30—6 r.; KiOO Green cor. Gough; middle; -strict-
i ly modern: easily worth $45: marine view.
$30—5 r.: 2190 Union eor. Flllmore.
$30 — 6 r. ; 1630 Devisadero nr. Sutter: reduced
from $.'!7.50; sunny and modern : upper.
!),.,0 — t r. : 1471 Washington nr. Hyde: upper.
$oO— s r.; 1281 Filbert nr. LaTkin: upper; newly
tinted and pninted throughout
$30 each— 6 r.: 1742-1744 Union nr. Gough.
SSO— i; r.; 3872 Sacramento nr. Cherry.
! $::o— 6 r.; 834 Filbert nr. Taylor.
$30 — 6 f. ; 1131 Vallejo nr. Leavenworth: upper.
$30— o r. ; 1921 McAllister nr. Lyon; upper:
newly renovated, modern: very short stairs.
$30 — 7 r.; SIOS Clay nr. Baker: modern.
$30 — 1 r.; 1734A Polk nr. Clay: upper.
$30—6 r.; 214S Broderick nr. Washington.
$30—6 r.; 2074 Hayes nr. Cole.
$30 — 6 r. ; §37 Clayton nr. Carl; upper.
$20-$27.50-$3O— fj r. ea.; sunny and up tq date;
749-51-53 Baker st. nr. Golden Gate av.
$28—5 r.; 1379 Union nr. Polk.
$28 — 7 r. ; 2552 Steiner nr. Broadway; upper.
$27.50—4 r.; IC7O Clay nr. Polk; modern apt;
disappearing beds; janitor service, etc.
$27.50 — 6 r.; 1560 Greenwich nr. Van Ness; up.
$27.50—6 r.; 1604 Jones nr. Pacific.
$27.50— 7 r.; 3160 Washington nr. Lyon.
$27.50—6 r.; 2204 Grove nr. Shrader.
$27.50^ — 6 r. ; 1628 Buchanan nr. Post: modern.
$27.50 — 5 r.; 455 Spruce nr. Sacramento.
$27.50 — 6 r. ; 3417 Broderick nr. Post: upper.
$27.50 — 6 r.; elegant, sunny, upper flat in first
\u25a0 class condition; 2400 Clay nr. Webster.
$27 — 0 r. : 1165 Broadway nr. Leavenworth.
$25.50-$27.50— 5 r.: 1265A-658 Lombard nr. Polk.
$25—5 r.; 1243 McAllister nr. Flllmore.
$23—6 r. ; 1632 Buchanan nr. Post; modern.
$23 — 6 r. ; 1733 Green nr. Octavia; upper.
$23 — 6 r. ; 2134 O'Farrell nr. Devisadero.
$25 — t r. ; 704 Central av. cor. Fulton; upper.
$25—5 r.; 1135 Vallejo nr. Jones.
$2,"— 6 r. ; 2243 Leavenworth nr. Lombard.
$25 — 5 r. ; 1041 Filbert nr. Leavenworth; upper.
$25 — 5 r.; 1019 H st. nr. 10th av.; upper.
$25 — 6 r.; 630 Lyon st. nr. Fulton; upper.
$25-$35-$45— 6 r. ea. ; 3 modern flats; 263-7-9
Ist av. COR. California.
$23 — 5 r.: 1219A Geary nr. Gough ; upper.
$25—6 r. ; 1549 Filbert nr. Octavia.
$25 — 6 r.; 2831 Lagnna nr. Green.
$25 — 7 r. : 1R56 Union nr. Laguna.
$25 — 6 a r. ; 913 Stanyaa nr. Carl; modern.
$25 — 6 r.; 333 H st. nr. 4th av.; modern: over-
looking Golden Gate park; large yard.
$25— 5 r.; 731 Shrader nr. Waller.
$24—6 r.; 283S Steiner nr. Broadway.
$23—7 r.; 926 Central av. nr. Golden Gate.
$23—5 r.: 1845 Filbert nr. Octavia; modern.
$22.50—3 rm. apt.: 1370A Pin* nr. Larkin.
$22.50—7 r.; £52 Haight nr. Devisadero: upper.
$22.50 — 1 r.; 12S0 Union nr. Larkin; middle.
$22.50 — 4 r. ; 1440 Paciflc nr. Hyde; upper.
$22.50 — 5 r. ; 1707 Hayes cor. Central av. ;
strictly modern; upper; light and sunny.
$22.50^ — 5 r. ; 1118 Broadway nr. Leav.; upper.
$22.50—6 r.; 341 20tn av. nr. Clement.
$21.50 — 5 r. 'and b. ; sunny, modern, up to date,
middle; 2916-18 Octavia nr. Filbert; splen-
did neighborhood; lower flat $15.
$21 — 7 r. ; 2269 Turk nr. Central: upper. v , >
$20—3 r.; 1663 Washington nr. Polk; front
$20 to $27.50 — Elegant apts.. 4 r.; disappearing
beds; marine view; S5B Filbert nr. Taylor.
.«20— 5 r.; 1654 Filbert nr. Gough: upper.
$18-?20— \u25a0 3 r. each; apt flats: 1710 Larkin. nr;
Wash.: neat and coiy: strictly modern.
$20 — Ir.; 71 Glover nr. LoaveDWorth.
$20 — 5 r. ; SW cor. Hayes st and Central av.
$20— 4 r.: 143R Bth av.. Sunset.
$20—4 r.; 1427 Jacksmi nr. Hyde; beautiful mod-
ern flat: beam celling, etc.
$18 — 4 r.;700A Central av. cor. Fulton.
$17.50 — 4-r.; 10SO Filbert nr. Hyde.
$17.50 — 1 r. ; 2468 Sacramento nr. Webster.
$16 — 5 r. and b.: 2319 Lombard nr. Pierce; upper.
|15 — i t.i 1378 19th av. nr. I st.
$14.50 — 3 r. : 2S Waldo place nr. Broadway.
$13 — 4 r.; 1041 Filbert nr. leavenworth.
FURNISHED
$20Ch—ll r. ; large grounds: Clay nr. Maple.
$100—6 r.; middle; 1224 Jackson nr. Jones.
$75—7 r.; 3323 Clay nr. Walnut; elegantly fur-
nished; grand piano; library, etc.; artistic
home. \u25a0 .
$72.50 — 8 r. house ; 1906 Webster nr. California.
$00—6 r.; 1526 Leavenworth nr. Jackson; flat.
$32.50— 5 r.; 1602 Jones nr. Pacific.
$27.50—3 r. and b. ; 1383 Clay cor. \u25a0 Leavenworth
$22.50 and $32.50—3 r. and b. ; 3169 California.
nr. Lyon ; furnished and partly furnished.
HOUSES NORTH OF MARKET.
$75—8 r. : SSI Ashbury nr. Frederick : garage.
$60— 10 r.; 2524 Clay.nr. Scott: modern.
$55 — 12 r. ; 2029 Vallejo nr. Buchanan ; elegant
"" marine view. r
$50—S r. : 1762 O'Farrell nr. Fillmore; modern;
electric light etc. ->>..\u25a0
$30—9 r. : 2323 Gough nr. Vallejo.
$40— St.: 248 10th av.'nr. Clement st; modern;
billiard room : in basement
$45 — 10 t.: 311S Washington nr. Lyon.
$12.50—3 r. and b.; 22 Delgado OFT Hyde.
STORES. LOFTS. ETC., NORTH OF MARKET.
$100 — Bush and Kearny; ground floor space.
$7." — Elegant, large, light 2d f100r;. 450 Mkt st.
$50— 154S Devisadero nr. Post: large store.
$3S— Store, NE. cor. Union and Larkin sts.
$ 30-^.S tore. 1 844 Devisadero nr. Pine.
$20— Fine location for fruit store.
$23— Store and 4 rms.: 2968 Washington.
$23 and $30 — Stores,' 2o24-26 Hayes nr. Cole.
$12.50 to $30 — Large, light sample rooms.
$10—1243 McAllister nr. Flllmore; 15x25.
$80—3,000 sq.ft. SE. cor Market and Main; of-
fice loft; elevator; stQam.beat; water and
light free.- \u25a0 \u25a0
SOUTH OF MARKET AND MISSION
$22.50— F1at of 7 r.; 1892 Folsom nr. 14th.
$30— Stores with living ..rooms; 9th nr. Folsom.
$30—5 r. ; 1925 15th st. nr. Dolores ; upper.
$25 each — I r. and b. ; modern fiats ; being com-
n- . pleted; 9th st nr Folsom. :
$22.50— 7 . r. ; 246 . Chattanooga nr. 23d; upper.
$22.50—5 r. ; ,47 'Alvarado nr. San Jose; upper,
:, strictly modern, up to date, \u25a0 sunny flat
$22.50— 4' r.; elegant apt. flat;- 175 Dubocenr.
\u25a0':\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Valencia; every; convenience: -upper; will
be put in order to suit tenant \u25a0 :•-.•'.: •-.•'. >-
$25.530 — 4 r. and b. each;- 14CS Folsom nr. 10th.
$20—5 r. each; .2700 23d st cor. Potrero ave.; 3
, ?- .'- fine sunny fiats; : every . convenience.' \u25a0
$12.50—4 r. and b.: 154A Langton nr. Folsom.
$9-sl2— Modern apts.. 3 r. ea. : newly renovated;
161 Morris av. nr.Bryant bet. 3th and 6th.
J. W. WRIGHT & CO., /
228 MONTGOMERY ST.,
MILLS BUILDING.
CARPET CLEANING
Setter st. phone Kearny 5552 (BLUE WAW^t)
-^arpetg! rags quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
floor, without removal; estimates fre«.
ABSOLUTELY. the best carpet cleaning. 3c yard:
Harrison st: phones Market 262. MI2OT.
WHEN yon become disgust* A £"* .KfVJK?*
eend yonr carpets to J. SPAtJLDIMI & ; CO..
553 fehama st; Douglas 3084. Horn" J2347.
6825. M33l7— Clean's \u25a0*«. l» ld estab- 20 yrs.
WATT'S— Reliable carpet cleaning. » lt "*' l °^ :
rgcovat. laying. S6O Devlaadero; ph. Park 569.
ADVANCE Carpet CJeantoß C«^A*JMWdMBB«CW
od». QEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131-tlSg Sntter gt
CONKLIN BROS., carpet cleaning and laying.
2400 Geary st. corner Baker; pbose e»t .-'A
MATHETTSON'S carpet beating works, 313 East
12th St.. Oakland: tel. Merritt 505.
AA— NATIONAL Carpet Cleaning "WJ"-— H »™'"
ton fr Bulllr. 344-.-S4S Clinrch »f \u25a0 : Marker
STORAGE and MOVING VANS^
BEiaNS^^^A^JErSToRAGE^COMPAN i.
. Fireproof warehousw. 13th and Mission.
Phone Market 13-14. cr Home M1313.
WILSON BROS.. Inc.— Moving and rtoraffc cor.
14th and Sanchez sts.. one Mook from Martst
and Flllmore st. cars. Phone Park 271.
BEKINS
OF COURSE.
1070 Pr^artway near 12th gf.. Oakland.
A— PACIFIC STORAGE AND VAN TO.— Prick
Warehouse. 2X22 Flllmore st. : phoae West 2623.
PIICRCKRODOLPH STORAGE AND MOVING
Co.. Edf?v and FlUraore: t<-?. TT^^t <t?^. sar.fti.
SEWING MACHINES
DOMESTIC. 1644 FILLMORE near Post; THE
place to buy. rent or repair sewing machines
of all makes: lowest prices: best terms. J.
W. EVANS, agent: phone West 3601.
ALL makes of machines, new and second hand;
renting and repairing: needles and supplies.
E. L. SAROEANT. 5"»1 12th St., Oakland.
SETVINO mnohlnea. all makes, renting, repilr-
insr. McNALLT. 2T,04 MI««lon: tf!. Mission 2n2.
least Iron porcelain bathtub.
1 elegant patent lavatory.
1 2 part wash tray.
t 30 gallon boiler, 200 pound test.
1 20x36 sink.
"One Week Only." j
CENTRAL PIXMBINa SrPPLY CO..
1459-1491 Market st. near 11th.
AAA— PLUMBING MATERIAL. CCT PRICES—
We are not in the combine, and selt to any one.
We also do contracting; work guaranteed.
It will pay you to inspect our goods: our
prices are the lowest In town. C. P. PLUMB-
ING MATERIAL SUPPLY CO.. Inc.. 820 to 32S
McAllister st. nr. Larkin. Phone Market 4053.
FOR sal«» — *0 hp. gasoline engine; 25 K. W.
Westingbouse generator installed only 4
months; 1 SO bp. steam engine, good as new.
May be seen at Bay City Iron Works, cor. 3d
and Washington sts.. Oakland.
KLEGANT h and 5% foot porcelain tons.
$10 complete.
P. E. O'HAIE.
JOO HCcAlllgter st. or 11S0 Market «t
FEW unclaimed suits and overcoats at half price:
i alterations free. ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS.
Ltd., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS, tenth
floor, Phelan bldg.. Market st. Open evenings.
SECOND HAND PIPE.
Largest dealers in standard pipe and screw cas-
ing, dipped; prices right; guaranteed first class.
PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main and Howard sts.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
less than cost at CHAS. LYONS', the London
Tailor. 1432 Flllmcre bet Ellis and O'FarreU.
Open evenings till 8. Saturdays 10 o'clock.
AA — AH sizes standard water pipe and screw
casing, guaranteed good as new; get our
prices. WEISBBAUM PIPE WORKS. 131 11th.
ARMY TENTS at factory prices. W. A. PLUM-
MER CO.. SW corner of Front and Pine sts.
IMPORTED Roller canaries, $5 each. R. H.
HEGER. 513 San Pablo av.. Oakland.
NATIONAL cash registers, electric signs, res-
taurant supplies; cheap. 579 McAllister st.
CENTURY DICTIONARY: as new: bargain.
KING'S BOOK STORE. 1716 Mkt. ab. Gongh.
COAL STOVE, with waterback. slightly used.
Dirt cheap. 428 Snttef st.
SAFES, new and second band: all sizes. THE
HERMAN SAFE CO.. 120-130 Folsom st
EDISON agency moving picture machines and
Btereoptlcons. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st.
THREE cosy front roonas for honse keeping; all
conreni ences; $17. 386 Dolores st.
SAFE with 20 safe deposit bores; suitable for
hotel or saloon; cheap. 233 California St.. 8. F.
SAFE — InMde measurement 56\4x23M;X15%. with
chest; bargain. $135. 671 Mission st.
BOOKS and libraries bought THK HOLMES
CO.. 1153 Market st; phone Market SO6.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. MILLERS.
STATIONER. 3011 16TH ST.
At ISCELLANEOUS WANTS
DREPS Milts, Tnxedoes and oth*r suits boortt
L. SKOLXi. 305 Kearny st Phone Kearny 2230.
Steele's button works. 222 Ellis and Mason: Ph.
Frank. 4521 and C4521. Mail orders solicited?
DRESSMAKING
McDOWEU/S Dresa Making and Millinery
School, 121 Geary rt. near Grant ar. ; evening
classes; patterns cut to order. Douglas 4731.
WILLOW PLUMES
NEW Japanese willow plume shop; plumes
made from old feathers or boas; eleaned. dyed
and repaired; work guaranteed. 1932 FOlmors
ft., near Pine. Phone West 7424.
FURS
GOLDEN GATE TUR . CO.. a 825 Suter St.— Re-
modeling and repairing at popular prices. AD
KOCOUR, mgr. Phone Sntter 1648; Hm C3504.
STELLWAGEN, PRACTICAL FURRIER. 1234
BUTTER ST. NEAR VAN NES9 AV.
LOFSTAD & EVAXS. Inc.. furriers. 251 Post at.
Mercedes blrlsr.. 3d floor. Tel. Kearney 4353.
DA IT AND \cdNTRMyTO/ORk
WE clean wall paper, window shades: kalsomln-
lng. fr»scolngr: work guar. S. F. Wall Cleaning
eo.. 1206 Golden Gate ar.: 52933, West 4243.
LOCKSMITHS
KEYS at factory prices. KISY WORKS, «51 Clay
st. Oakland. Phone Oakland 6717. A2574.
MOVING PICTURES
MOVING picture films; association goods; best
eerrice. NOVELTY MOVING PICTURE CO..
420-422 Turk st
Wfw^^miN^mjMENirs^
BEAUTIFUL, large Emerson upright piano,
mahogany casa, can not be told from new.
$195: your own terms. KOHLER & CHASE.
26 O'Farrell st.
GOING east, must sell my Steinway player
piano and automobile; no reasonable offer re-
fused; easy terms. Box 338, Call office.
CREMONA — Newest electric slot piano: price re-
duced. $6^o: easv payments; plays 20 nickels.
BACIGALUPI. P4l Market St.. upstairs.
JiEW piano for sale cheap; going north: never
used; will sell for near nothing; at occe. Box
429. Can office. \u25a0
AT $2 per month up. rent or purchase a good
i piano at HEINE PIANO CO.. only. 37
\u25a0 Stockton st.
I HAVE smalMTeine upright; cost $500; will sac-
rlflce. » Box 593. Call office.
PIANOS to rent: no eartaee this week. BYRON"
MAUZY. 250 Stockton st.
BARGAIN — Must sell my $650 upright for what
I can get cash. Box 339, Call office.
BARGAIN— 2 fine 3 pedal uprights. $125. JI4J.
JOS. SCHMTTZ & CO.. 54 McAllister St.
PIANOS on easy terms and for rent. $2.50 up.
STATHAM. 24 Hill st near Valencia and 22d.
LARGE , Emerson nprigbt. $150: other bargains,
$25 np. BOWERS & SON. 356 Post st
UNREDEEMED storage pianos for almost noth-
Inj. PIANO STROAGE CO.. 1184 Market st.
TYPEWRTTJ^^
MONARCH Visible Typewriter — In the Monarch
Visible Typewriter all the writing is ia full
eight all the time; other makes, second hand,
at very reasonable prices; we rent, repair aad
Inspect Before purchasing ring up Dou-jiaa
4118, or call. at 307 Buih st
WOLF & ISHNBRUCK. Dealers.
BPECIAL, $35 — Smith- Premier or Remington re-
bcllt. Secure Information L. & M. ALEX AN-
DER, 512 Market st
ALL priced rebuilts from "slo to, $65: also mo.
installments. Pac. Typewriter Co.. 107 Montgy.
TYPBWKITKBS-— OAKLAND .
AJLL mascs \u25a0 typewriters at Oakland Typewriter
Ex.. 852 Broadway. Oakland; Pbaae O&Ju 9211 -
HORSES, HARNESS AND
|
RIDING and driving eleb has fn Its 8al» dept . fl v
number of high class saddle horses and ponle«i*^
also some gentle driving horse* for family
purposes; all guaranteed. 701 7th «\u25bc.
A A—2sA — 25 head of horse<« and mares from $15 np:
wsgons. buggies and harness. $5 up: pony.
$35; must sell; will trade. 565 4th at. •
Oakland.
WOODLAWN Stables. 617-6m Grove st: horse*
$1.25 day; horses & wag. $9 wk. : bdg. $20 mo.
AUTOMOBILES
S.tRE OPPORTUNITY — 8 cylinder. T passenger
automobile, now used as panel ton deliver?
car; has speed and power: owner will guaran-
tee entire car Is in strictly first class condi-
tion: cost owner $2.flOO; if sold this week will
make SPECIAL PRICE *f $1,150; .can be us»4
for pleasure as well as business. Apply owner,
ISGG Eddy st.
THE H. O. HARRISON CO. has a few limousines
and touring ears at exceptionally low prices.
We want to sell these cirs and It would h<»
worth your while to investlsate onr seennd
hand siles department at 640 Van Nesa av.
GEORGE HOI.Z WORTH, manager.
ROYAL tourtns car. 7 passenger. la first cla.*-*
condition: will sell reasonable or trade for r«*l
estate: this !«« a car worth owning. McITKTt
,t BECKER, 12th and Jackson sta., Oafelarv!.
FINE limnnslno. suitable for hotel service ,-»r
rent business; n bargain. Also bargains in
other cars, tires, etc. "34 Larkin st.
PAC. Aluminum Erazirj Works can braze yonr
broken alna. castings. SO.t Van Ness. Pk. 5120.
TO bny or sell — A second band anto. See
W. L. JONES. 140 12th st.. Oakland.
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
L. H. _ B. I. 811-L. 543 GoMpq Gate av.—
Headquarters for Solar lamps. Vest.i butteries,
Panhard «>U. Diamond chain* and Darts.
BICYCLES & MOTORCYCLES
\u25a0 MOTORCYCLE, Excelsior; spring tandem; en-
gine in fine condition; one nearly new tire.
other fair: $125. 1325 Chestnut st. Oakland.
CAN save you money on bicycles, sporting goods
and bicycle sundries; send for catalogue.
ATHENS CYCLE CO.. Oakland. Cal.
C*.?H pnld fcr bicycles, nay condition. ZXMMER-
LIN BROS.. 2192 Sutter. JI43H: West 2472.
B USINESSjCHA NCES
A GOOD opportunity offers one or a company of -•">
capitalists to fnrnish the money for the estab-
lishment of a pure food, producer to consumer,
systematically and scientifically managed la-
tenslve farm project, on a share and share
alike basis, that will pay for Itself the first
year and give 100 per cent to 400 per cent
profit thereafter, this Is no get r>h quick
swindle ; it is the sr.rest business proposition
in the hands of a man who Is modern and
abl«« and not belonging to the rule of thumb,
cnesswork ignoraml. Disease and vermin is a
larger factor than eggs on 90 per cent of the
poultry rnnche3; that Is one reason for th»
prices being so high, not on account of the
cost of feed. Address THEO E. PEISEH,
2163^ Sacramento st.. city.
DOOLEY & CO.. 757 Mnrk»r st.. room 10*,
$I.OCO— FIRST CLASS TAILORING establish-
ment in Market St.; 4 years' lease; exceptional
chance.
$3.300 — SALOON. GROCERY. cra!n and fee<!:
old established and well paving proposition: >'.
furnished living room*: rent $75: long lease. We
absolutely guarantee this to be O. K. See owner
at our office.
WE HAVE two "small grocery stores for aate;
both splendid propositions fur the nsonsy asked.
Prices 's32s and $100. See for yourself.
FOR sale — A well established restaurant holi-
ness In the best location in Chico: population
12.000: requires less than $2,000 capital, and \u25a0
will clear a net profit if properly handled of
$4,000 a year; is doing that right now; owner
will sell only because he munt go east. Ad-
dress P. O. box 4SO. Cbico. Cal.
MILLINERY business — Bargain ; owin:r to denth
of owner, millinery business, established 2'">
years, in thriving countr seat. 50 miles from
San Francisco. la offered fit low price, includ-
ing 9 room residence and corner lot. f.Oxl^
ft: price $4,500 if sold before spring ji-s^n
opens. N. B. THOMPSON. Argonaut hotel,
San Francisco.
PARTNER to extend the sf.-.ticnery ami postal
eards buslne*s. or will sell at eost price:
larze storr\ living room: rent $lt) a month.
Irf)uir» on the premises. J. JONES. 113.1
CHICKEN ranch to rent — * acres, small home
(furnished*. 6 chicken house-*: near depot.
Novato Maria Co.. Apply 212SA Market
st.. Mrs. Farrish.
COMMISSION laundry route, weil estab. <inc!.
horse ind wagon*: nrfrf .*000; pays driver, clear
of ho— o and w.-jgon. OVER $100 PER MO. Ar»-
ply SHESRI.VS LAUNDRY. 702 McAllister it.
FOU sale — A ffood newspaper route in a ev^
district In this city. Apply to J.^ R. LEN-
HART. e!rct!at!pn deri.irttr.ent. S. F. Call.
FOR sa'e — Good city r*»ntB <>n this paper; i
good chance for a hr.stier. See ctrculatlca ds-
partment. San Francisco C.tIL
FOR sale — Shoe store: hest moti(T*mjii!ns |.hm- ">
tlon In city: receipt? $000 month; cause, other
business. 744 Pacific building.
FOR sale — Nickelodeon: blzgest barcrain ev?r of-
fered: Oakland; clears $S day. 744 Pac. Mds.
ONE of th« best bakeries in the city for «a!e.
Inquire box -!S5. Call office.
lODGINGJIOUSES £OR^ALE^
MONTGOMERY ave.. 6!>— l2 n!,~e!y famished
rooms for sale cheap; part cash.
PARTNER wanted for Aos and pony circus: must
be willing to invest from $3.0C0 to $3,000:
guarantee to double your money in the sensor)
with a good salary. Call or address Fml Bur-
dell. 66 Fulton st.
EDUCATIONAL
A—PAUL GERSO?f DRAMATIC SCHOOII^
Largest training school of acting In Am^rleu:
position secured: 6 mos. grad. course: send for
catalogue. 40S Van Ness av. cr. McAllister st.
ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, mecn
survey, assay, cyanide, day. eve.: estah. ISfit.
Van der Naillen School. 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
ANNIE NOUNNAN, pianist: accompanying t|>-
sired: lessons 75c. 511A Bn^hansn: Mkt. RDI *.
ARITHMETIC, book keeping, grammar, ee t <-.:
day, eve. : ind. instruc. : civil serv. 1443 Pork.
ALL stage dancing; vocal, elocution: sketches
written: engagements secured. 1632 HateM.
MISS CHASE— Teacher or English, raatu., eN\
41ftB 17th st nr. Market: phone Market IiVU.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2142 ShaUne* «»..
Berkeley. Cal.. nert to First cational bank.
Prof. T. A. Robinson, tadivid. iu?f. M.ith.. Book
Keeping. Enc. etc.: dav. eve. W7 Haisht st.
__J^^ES^OLJLEGES^
AAA — METROPOLITAN and MERRILL-MILLKR
Business Colleges, cons.; day. night class.
Market and Van Ness. See classes.
HEALD'S Business CoUege and School of En-
gineering. Mining. Architectural. Wireless;
good positions. 42S McAllister st.
DUDLEY BUSINESS COLLEGE. Mission Ban*
bldg.. 16th nr. Mission: night day, phone, call
SAN FRANCISCO Business College, 90S Marfcet
st. at Eddy; day and evening session.
ALL court reporter* recommend Gallagher-
Marsh Business Cotletr*. 12-ifi Market «t.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
COST EXPERTINO
SYSTEMS INSTALLED— BOOKS AUDITED
SMALL SETS BY CONTRACT
LEDGER STATEMENTS INVESTIGATED
INVENTORIES BY CONTRACT
FINANCIAL REPORTS
H- B. SMITH. Public Accountant and
Dou^* m« - C ?* t ExpPrt -
\u25a0^^V^jK^Trax^cTp. a.. soe^oTckTw
__Spreckels fCain bulldipg; phone Kearny 4151.
U rn ER »^ M » E.E .^ era^ T act ' complete $33. TITLE
CO.. 951-3 Monadnock bldg. : Market st. nr. 3d.
ATTORNEYS
ADVICE FREE: no charge u^lesT^cesrfu^Til
cases; all business quickly and quietly at-
tended to; bankruptcy; Mcfinerney suits; cor-
f^ ?£* s . e , n *[. al P ra <=«e«: open every «Ten-
lng. lOCS Market St.. room 12.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful: all
ea to. 964A Market st, rooms 30 and 31. ~ "m
ALL cases handled; lowest cost; all couatto«~ <\u25a0 r
open Thgrs. erentajes. 1112 Market aTm?' '
HARRIS & HESS, attys. at law. W. T. HesaT
Notary Public. Rooms 1108-14 Can, bldg. -
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