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Todays Meetings ol ; |;| i Improvement Clubs Pcralta Height* and Vicinity ij Improvement club, at S p. in., 1043 Florida street. Green Valley Improvement clnb, ! Vienna and Russia avenues. West End Improvement club, 6540 Mission street. Mission Heights and Church - Street club, corner of Nn let cent h and Church streets. Park Richmond Improvement club, 010 Sixth avenue. Holly Park Improvement club, special meeting for home Indus try, 8 p. m., 210 Crescent avenue. i| Mission Merchants association, 2337 Mission street. (Clubs are requested to fur- !; nish data for this column.) . 1 PITY WASTED ON THE DESERT AIR Policeman's Memory Renders Futile Attempt of Judge to Be Lenient to Prisoner The plea of William Brown moved Judge Shortall to , pity. Brown was charged with petty larceny. Policeman J. O'Connor testified yesterday morning that he had arrested the defendant for stealing a suit case from I. Kalfin of &2S McAllister street. . "I was hungry, your honor," began Brown, "so hungry that 1 just had to •at. and I took the suit case, thinking that I could get away with it. I am not a thief." "All right. Brown," sale! Judge Short- 11. "I'll make your sentence 30 days In the county jail, where you ran stay tintll the rains are about over and where you can get something to eat every day." Brown was on his way back to the prisoners' dock when Policeman O'Con nor asked excitedly: "What did that fellow say? Did he say that he was hungry and that he isn't a thief? Why, he just got out of San Quentin, where he served a term for grand larceny." Brown broke down. "When the judge asked him If the policeman's statement was correct, he answered that it was. "Six months for you. Brown, and all my pity wasted. If you had told me the truth that 30 day sentence would have stood just as it was." fit EETINGS—LODGES \ CALIFORNIA chapter No. .-. R. A. M. 9BB_\W_ . Stated meeting THIS (TUE.SDAYi|SrBisH EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. 2133 Sut-ff3flVjH ter st. Business onlr. l~J**.g EDWAF.iI PEABODY. \i\*M Secretary. WTvW MISSION commanderv No. 41. K. T.-- OX4* Stated assembly THIS (TUESD.Vn o__^. EVENING at 8 o'clock. Mission Masonic ijgfi temple. By order of the eminent com mander. A. HAIYKSLEY. Recorder. RUNG AME lodge No. 400. F. AA. M. __ Stated meeting Tills' i TUESDAY) EVL aa_f\m NINO nt 7*Bo o'clock. »X EDW. H. GEARY. Secretary. f<F\ SOLDEN GATE lodge No. 30. F. AA. M. A Stated meeting THIS I TUESDAY EVE-_/%_ KING. 7:3" o'clock. Fraternal hall. 171L_W ii. O. F. bldg.. Market and 7th sts. 'tWm* EDWIN L. MEYER. Secretary. PACIFIC lodge No. 136. F. AA. it. 1739 * Fillmore st.—Stated meeting Tins — art.. EVENING at 7:30 p. m. Kit GEORGE PKNLINGTON. Secretary. '▼) ORIENTAL lodge. No. 144. F. A A. M— A Stated meeting THIS (TUESDAY) aaJTfpm EVENING at 8 o'clock. r*)mr*\ A. S. HUBBARD. Secretary.'- x : ■ ; i BAY CITY lodge No. 71. LOO. ''____B_t_l F.. Odd Fellows' building. Market __W_\_BB_\ ' . and 7th sts. inflation THIS »ijS**?SE? TUESDAY I EVENING. Visitors r welcome. J. EI.SASSER. Secretary. TEMPLAR lodge. No. 17. I. O. O. F.—Second degree THIS __W___\__ (TUESDAY) EVENING. Visl- •■«» ' tors cordially invited to be 'WW*****" present. R. B. BERRY. N. O. FRATERNAL welcome to all Pythians -*» , at Eureka lodge No. 9. K. of P.. 240 Golden Gate ay.. THIS (TTES- ___*_* DAT* EVENING. Rank of esquire. «*s3Tl7A_ A. .1. BULLERDIECK. C. <-. ,*otE» G. H. BRODERSON. K. of R. and S. 3s*~ AUSTRIAN military and benevolent t_l&r_i association—You are hereby notified MM to 'tend the funeral of our late \jfezjsi brother. EDW. FRANCISCOVICH. ***** from National hall. 508 Fulton St.. tomorrow WEDNESDAY. February 8. 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m. By order of -.-<_, W. ALLISON. President DAVE F. BERTH H. Secretary. HALLS TO LET HAI.I,s to let by day. night or month: furnlahed for lodges or dancing; terms reasonable; al ways open. 8345 17th st. near Mission. MEETINGS—LEGAL NOTICE OF REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that the regnlar annual meeting of the stock holders of SHREVE A COMPANY*, a corporation, organized and existing nnder the laws of the state of California, will be held at the offlce of the corporation In the Shreve building, at tbe northwest corner of Post St. and Grant ay.. In the city and county of San Fran cisco, state of California, on Monday, the 13th day of February. 1911. st 2 o'clock p. m., for Ihe purpose of electing a board of directors -to serve for the ensntng yesr, and for the transac tion of any other business which may be brought before the meeting. • • . - GEO. LEWIS. Secretary of Shreve A Company. Dated January 28. 1911. -\'. ANNUAL MEETING—The regular annual meet ing of the stock holders of the MONTEREY COUNTY WATER COMPANY will be held at Hie office of the company. 60 California St., San Francisco. Csl., on Friday. February 17, 1911. at ,12 o'clock noon, for the'purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing . year and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meet ing. Transfer books will be closed on Friday, February 10. 1911, at 12 m. W. H. HANNAM. Secretary. -_———__________ ANNUAL MEETING. The Regular Annual Meeting of the Stock 'holders of the Wonder Water Company of San Francisco will be held at the Offlce of' the Cor poration. No. 268 Market St.. room 114. San Francisco. - California, on Monday, the 13th day of February. 1911. at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m.. on said day, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors .to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busl 'net* as may come before the Meeting. , HARRY B. GREGG. Secretary. " ' ANNUAL MEETING. : THE regular annual meeting of the stockholders ' of the . Matior ' Navigation company -of San Francisco will be acid at the offlce of the cor poration. No. 268 Market street, room 103. San Francisco. Cal.. on Thursday, the 9th day nf February, 1911, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on said day. for the , purpose 'of electing a board *of directors *to serve for the ensuing rear and for the transaction of snch other business as ■ mar * come * before the meeting. , HARRY B. GREGG. Secretary. THE annual meeting of the stock holders of the Pacific Implement Company will be held at the offices of said company. 131 Kansas st., Mon .- day. February "' at »| ; . £ By «,'.dent. Attest W. V., FREEMAN. Secretary, : LOST AND FOUND iTwtCTa" r.H«twvik with the Hlbernls Savings and 't;W *»-» rr*OCt*ro. in the name of - To'ephine Melbourne. No. 210-27. Hie finder ;,pV return to bank: «»''••*; ■•»«»? turned In 5 days ** new book *!».M '»?",:» the applicant. .-■-'■'. — "'•'*' or notify 1851 Fulton st. Reward. ■, .or notify 16?1 Fulton at. LOST AND FOUND tinned „„ I IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING— Itjj ' here. It will be returned to yon If an honest person finds It. Remarkable . recoveries. are I bronght about every day through column. IF YOU FIND ANYTHING EKING IT | to Tbe &i.imm.mma.i,ia.i*.Mm.r,.a.m*.,... mmm—maaami | r San Francisco Call , '".'**, I Lost and Found Bureau j Third and Market streets \ *4WAWt*ii&**gtAAamrtA*ftg*aA*m*A*A*AA*A**A+***AA+*t Get a claim check. Have It advertised. Reclaim It If the owner does not. THE LAW— People who find lost articles are Interested li knowing that the state law Is strict in requiring them to seek the owner" through advertisements and otherwise, and I that failure to do so. If proof can be shown, N 'evolves a severe penalty. LOS'i—Diamond la valllere set In platinum, Washington and Hyde to Orpheum theater. Liberal reward offered by returning to Robert Green. Keystone apts.. Washington and Hyde. FOUND—Saturday: white spitz or * Pomeranian male dog. ("all 1404 Sutter. Phone Frank lin 75. . .- -.;■ . : ■ '. ■ ■ .; : ;*' .■ ■'-■: '■■.* LOST— Purse 'tan leather about 6 Inches square*!. containing round trip ticket to New York. pass of Northwestern Pacific R. R. Co. and . some small change. Return to room 1210 Flood bldg.. and receive reward: phone Kearny 1641 RYAN 42301**- 20tb st. LOST— Powell and Ellis sts.. gold watch and fob: monogram E. G. S.; two baby pictures ..a dial: reward. Return to DAVIS. SCHONWAS RER A- CO.. corner Sutter st. and Grant ay. EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE A A Watchman, will do janitor, steam heat ing and plumbing work, wants job; referencea A. OHR. 1739 Pine st. ■ ACCOUNTANT <30>. possessing wide experience. desires engagement with commercial or mnfg. concern requiring services of an executive man. Address BERNARD SWEIGER. Hotel Hamlin. A HANDY MAN. GOOD, STRONG AND WILL ING. WOULD IKE A .ion. CITY OR COUN TRY. AT ANY KIND OF WORK; REFER ENCES. PHONE KEARNY 1676- Al hardware and house furnishing man wishes position in Honolulu. Box 3. Call offlce. AMERICAN wants work: good gardener, handy man or anything; references; reliable. Box 4754. Call office, Oakland. ALL AROUND machinist, handy with toola. looking tor steady position in country or city.' Box 8. Call office. BY' young man. 25. married, college training. engineering: capable of holding position of trust requiring mechanical knowledge coupled with executive ability: can develop new pro cesses and inventions; $85. Box 9. Call offlce. MADDOCK 70 rmet BLACKSMITH, flrst class: speaks French. Span ish, Italian. English, wants work: would go to old Mexico or anywhere. Address FRANKEE. 544 Broadway, San Francisco. BAR TENDER—Y'onng married man. speaks German, wishes position: city or country, ref erences. 72S Presidio ay.; phone West 1090. BAR TENDER—German, steady and reliable, wants position; refs. P. KRONE. 17 Mason. BUTLER with 5 years* references from last place, wants a place for 4th of February. White BUTLER. 1896 Sutter St., or telephone West BBSS. . CHINESE cook would like situation In a family or boarding bouse. R. LOUIE. 825 Sacramento St., 4th floor, room 66. CIVIL engineer with t2 years' experience con structing railroads, bridges, large building foun dations: best of references. Box MR, Call. COMPETENT chauffeur with Pope-Hartford car desires position by the month; terms reason able. Box 4. Call office. COACHMAN, single. German; care gentleman's place, gardening; good reference; city, country. FRANK. 002 Lag-una st. CHINESE young man. first class cook, experi enced " seasons In Santa Cms. Hotel Delmar, and some other references, too. wants position In hotel or boarding bouse; wages reasonable. LEE LEONG. 28 Waverly place. COOK who knows his business wishes employ ment. E. JAHENSEN. phone Market 2020. room 10. CHINESE boy wants house cleaning, waiting.at table or day school boy. FONG GIT, telephone China 24. .. - - -, , .'/ COMPETENT and experienced bookkeeper, em ployed In day time, would like work on books which would keep him busy two or three even ings a week: can give good references. Box 087. Call office. ■ CHINESE boy wishes a position as a cook in private family; has good references. LOUIS, IS Clay are., room 6. ENGLISH machinist, elderly, wants work any kind; email, wages. WHITEHEAD. 1040 Foi som st. . GERMAN-AMERICAN. 34. reliable, competent and. willing, with 6 years' experience aa man about place, would like similar position. Ad dress box 946. Call offlce. GOOD, strong, handy worker, can do some gar dening, wants position: city or country; good references. L. RICO. 485 Potjero ay. GOOD Japanese boy wants any. kind of Job In office: can give first class references. WIL LIE MARUYAMA. phone West 8756. HONEST Japanese high school boy wishes a position In a good, small. family; haa good references. in city. K. SHIMA. 1881 Pine at. HANDYMAN. SINGLE. STRONG. WANTS ANY KIND OF A JOB: CITY' OR COUNTRY. GOOD REFS.: PHONE KEARNY 1676. OR ADDRESS BOX 878. CALL OFFICE. *.<. JAPANESE. CHINESE AND FILIPINO FIRST CLASS FAMILY' OR HOTEL COOKS. WAIT ERS. PORTERS. JANITORS. ETC.. WISH TO GET SITUATIONS. ' ASIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 531 GRANT AY.; PHONE DOUG LAS 3532. HOME C-4665. >-! JAPANESE wishes a position as cook in a small family In city or country; has good reference. GEORGE, I*2l Sutter st. ■ -. , ■ ■ KOREAN, flrst or * second cook, wants position as cook ln hotel, hoarding house I or ■ family. R. B. CHUM, 2123 Bush st; phones West 3405. S 2487. *: : - PAINTER, paper hanger, tlnter. gralner. etc.. wants work from owners; have tools for Inte rior and exterior work:. no Job too large or too small. Decorator. 255 9th ay., Richmond; * phone Pacific 3064.* POSITION wanted by Swiss, age 40. as gardener: understands the care of horses: able" to do! housework: prefer to go outside of * city or south-: references. Box 866. Call office. STRONG young man, age 19. living at home, de sires position ■of any kind; flrst class refs. Address M. 0.. 677 Ivy ay.. tel. Market 5788. WORK wanted by young man..22 years of age; high school graduate: one year's experience In railroad offlce and 3 as clerk Jn lumber offlce. What can yon offer? S. J. KENNEDY. Los Gatos, Cal. GADSBT ' 3706 22d at. WANTED—Accounting work or a set of double entry books to keep evenings by a competent person. Address box 5748. Can . office. WlLLlNG'Japanese wants position as waiter or porter In hotel or apartment. 1531 . Post St.; phone ■ West 5604. . . YOUNG man (foreigner), good habits, fair knowledge of English, wishes to work for bis keep and small wages. Box 1. Call office. . YOUNG man lately from the east Is willing to take any kind of work." Box 2,' Call offlce. YOUNG man desires a position as barber: three rears' experience. JOHN A. PATRICK. 1833 Buchanan St.. city. YOUNG Japanese boy wishes a position as schoolboy; : can do cooking. * Name. FRANK HAMAGUCHI. phone Sutter 98. YOUNG man not afraid of work wishes a posi tion to work ln a rooming house or hotel. 767 Capp at. YOUNG, capable man. -■ wants position as clerk, grocery store: or hotel; . best references, aatla faction guaranteed. . Box 7. Call office. YOUNG man, 22. ran elevator, switchboard, etc.; wants situation. W. ■ ORR. 1739 Pins at.---*. YOUNG man stenographer, good at figures, handy about machinery and repair work, good worker, desires position; $70 a month. Box 931. Call. YOUNG man. well educated.* desires position as book keeper: can furnish very best of refer ences. . Box 955. Call office. THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS AT 1657 FILLMORE ST. 7 , ,■ EMPLOYMENT WANTED ' *'-'- /-FEMALE-' *-• COMPETENT woman will to cooking." house" keeping. 1382 Ellis nr. Buchanan. Please call. DRESS MAKER, Good fitter, solicit* ladles' work ' by the day or at borne; very quick and reason able. *. MISS-WHALL,' phone Park 5233 after ■ 7 "'-dock. ../. -■ LADY willow worker will call; makes .beautiful I willow plumes from old feathers ; and boas ! Phone West 221.- Small salary or by day. -.-.-.„' '. MAN AND WIFE WANT POSITIONS—APART- : MENT HOUSE.. HOTEL 'OR RANCH WORK: BERT OF. REFERENCES. PHONE .KEARNY 1676. OR WRITE BOX 879. (ALL OFFlCE. ■> ',**■, POSITION as house keeper by young widow with baby. Address box 4790, Call office, Oakland. THE SAN' FRANCISCO CALL. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1911. EMPLOYMENT WANTED '* FEMALE—Continued REFINED.'- intelligent woman ■;'■ would >■"• like to .take full charge of borne of nice elderly couple: good rook;,neat and reliable; best references: 'no laundry. work; free Feb. 15. Box STL Call. RELIABLE woman de«lres work I or 2 day* a .week: permanent.s, 2109 Webster at. - TWO young ladies want positions as governess or . nurse- girl: can speak German. Address A. '•'•■ BODE, route 3.-Modesto. Cat /'■'•:' '*-'■.*■' YOUNG woman of refinement, with some train ing as a nurse, offers her services assisting ln the care of l or 2 yi'ing girls and upstairs or other. duties that may be - required. • Satisfac tory references. Phone Franklin fWW. YOUNG' Scotch woman would like housework by the day or hour: no windows. Phone West 6601. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED Ambitious workmen. •We - pay" fair wages and teach yon automobiles, electricity, . plumbing, brick laying. Some advanced stu dents earn $2.50 day; 300 students last year. Only 'few months , required to learn trade and about $100 deposit, payment, bond, or security to guarantee Co.,against losses. United Trade School Contracting Co.. 1201 fall hide. S. F EMPLOYERS. ATTENTION—I AM A YOUNG MAN. AGKO ?0. GOOD APPEARANCE ANTI AM EXPERIENCED IN THE GROCERY AND GENT'S FURNISHING BTSINESS: WOULD 1 TKE TO HEAR OF RESPONSIBLE POSI TION IN OR OCT OF TOWN: BEST REF FRFNfc-S FURNISHED. APPLY <'. P.. 4015 E. FOURTEENTH ST.. FRCITTALE, HAL. , MEN wanted, ace 18-35, for firemen. $100 month ly, and brakemen, $80. on nearby railroads: ex perience unnecessary; no strike; positions guar anteed competent . men; - promotion: railroad employing headquarters; oyer 400 men sent to positions monthly: state - age; tend stamp. Railway Association, care Call. "■ LARGE manufacturing plant wants bright young man between 20 and 25 as book keeper; must be neat penman, quick at.figures, acquainted with office detail and statistical work. Apply In own handwriting, stating * age. education, precious experience and salary eipetced to start, box 4769, Call office. Oakland. MAN wanted as secretary* and office man for progressive realty company. Incorporating; sal ary $125: requires $500 .-ash Investment; splen ■ did opportunity: bona fide proposition.* Apply .UNITED REALTY CO., 1110 Clay st. bet. 12th and mth. Oakland. ..'■.-■■. • WANTED—You ' can not obtain a better, . surer recommendation for a responsible position than a CERTIFICATE OF CHARACTER. The PA CIFIC SURETY COMPANY will -five you one for $2. "It proves you worthy." 707 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. WANTED— Wideawake man to help manage money making business: handle cash, wait on customers, etc.; will pay $125 monthly: no experience necessary: $250 required. Call 1115 Broadway, room 45. Oakland. ARTHUR . 1137 Guerrero MEN and women, learn the barber trade and be independent; we teach you ln 8 weeks and pay wages while learning. Call and let ua explain the road to prosperity under the Moler System. 234 ,3d st. , .-„ WANTED—SO young men to grow up in railroad office work in California; bright future; salary $75; parents please write. Superintendent, 542 Central at., Los Angeles, Cal. 5 MEN to learn cigar making; light work; small security required: also 1 man to tend cigar store and factory; no experience necessary. 11l Stk st. 300 MEN wanted daily to have share, 10c. and haircut. 10c; first class work only; no extra charges or overcharges at 612 Clay at. bet. Kearny and Montgomery. t FIVE men wanted to learn cigar making; good pay while learning; man to attend cigar store. pay or commission, Cigar Factory, 111 Bth St.* AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WATCHES AND DIAMONDS: EASY PAYMENTS: REF. REQ. BRILLIANT JEWELRY CO.. 704 MARKET. BUTLER who can do valeting. $30: private fam ily: references expected. MISS PLUNKETT'S. ISM Sutter cor. Webster. WANTED—Good carpenter and finish work at 8 o'clock. 1243 Folsom st. AUTO Instruction, day. evening. Motor Engineer ing Schools. 57th and Adeline sts.. Oakland. INVESTIGATOR, familiar with life and fire losses: state age and experience. Box 867. Call. NEW WESTERN. 1124 Howard— rooms, 15c and 20c per night; hot and cold water. FEMALE HELP WANTED A few experienced salesladies for finished needle work and art needlework materials: also makers of art needlework: permanent positions for ex perienced people with ability. NEWMAN & LEVI NSON, Stockton and O'Farrell ats. WAITRESS for cafe arm work, $7 a week: a chambermaid tot a private family. $25, to $30 must go home nlghtsl; a cook for small In stitution. $50: cook for a school. $50; nurse for an infant, S3O: maid for a lady. $1 a day. MISS PLCXRETT. MM Softer cor. Webster. OAKLAND. GIRLS TO MAKE OVERALLS. PAID SALARY WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS A CO.. 3D AND CLAY STS. APPLY TO MR. DAVIS. , WANTED—Widow to take care of room, ex change for 3 or 4 large unfurnished sonny rooms: rent free; no children under 16. 684 36th st. bet. Grove and West; call mornings 9 o'clock or evenings or Sundays. WANTED—Young ladles to learn . the famous . Thayler system of hair dressing and manicur ing: special rates this month; day and evening positions secured. 130 Geary St., second floor. LADIES, learn hair dressing at CALIF. SCHOOL OF HAIR DRESSING and Beauty Culture: di plomas and formulas given; Individual instruc tion. 967% Market at. bet. 6th and 6th. , LA RUE Millinery School. 409 Eddy at—The trade scientifically taught; work on your own hats in school If yon choose.; afts. and evegs. WANTED— to sell flavoring extracts from house to house; '50 per cent" commission. Box -*.■••*-. Call office. r YOUNG girl for light housework: wages $25. 137 Commonwealth are.; Sutter st. car. GIRL for general housework and cooking- 2 in family; wages $30. 2025 Baker st. YOUNG ladies wanted to train as nurses; paid while learning. - 919 Brush at.. Oakland. BARBERS AND SUPPLIES BARBERS, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR OP . PORTCNITY. Now Is the time to buy that extra chair that you soon must have. - We - have a large assort ment of second hand chairs from $10 up. Your opportunity is .NOW. ■as the , demand ', for these chairs will soon exceed the snpplv. - On new KOKEN HAIRS we are giving ex ceptionally LOW TERMS during the MONTH OF FEBRUARY. TAKE ADVANTAGE- SAID. DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 182-164 Turk st. San Francisco. Cal. "NOT IN THE TRUST." .-■■•■■ BARKER SANITARY CHAIRS. Call and see the latest Barker chair, white en ameled, hydraulic, for $59.50, and pay for It In 120 days; old chairs taken in exchange. • Shops completely furnished on easy payments. JAMES BARKER. INC.. - _ Phone Franklin 3890. 94 Turk at. BARBER shop. Western Addition, running 2 chairs; good. •■ substantial • business; can be bought under the value If taken at once; owner has to leave for higher altitude;, this Is good cliam-e. STOLTZ. 731 Market st. TO BOSS BARBERS AND MANAGERS. Take notice that a; meeting will be held Tuesday. February 7. lat 8:30 p. m., at Hotel Manx. Powell st. 'bet.*-O'Farrell and Geary. All those in favor of keeping shops open on Sundays will please attend. By order of, the president. MR. CAMPBELL. BARBERSWe have 2 desirable shops uptown and one downtown that can be had reasonable. , These shops are known to be - paying fairly. Call: at STOLTZ'S, 731 Market st. » HEALTH failed: all kinds of barber chairs, new sand old mirrors or beaters, cheap; store open from » a. m. to 5 p. m. 394 Hayes St.; phone Park 1242.' -'■**'. -j MEN and women, we must have 10 more stu dents .to fill the places of those left for good Jobs; special Inducements.- Call S. F. Barber College. 700 Howard-at. "*' COLE :" 7 " *. 1121 Guerrero FOR sale- Al shop, completely furnished,' in a live country ' town, close in. ; For full par ticulars see EDW. L.:CORDY & CO., reliable barber supplies, 68 Taylor st.-. * ENTERPRISING barber, new arrival. $2,000 in .cash.', wishes to meet an equal barber as part . ner to open a 10 chair shop;.has refusal of store that will do the business; call. STOLTZ 731 /Market st.**, - f. .-.--.. ." ' BARBER shop for sale. at a sacrifice price on ; : small ?monthly :■ installments; flrst class loca tion. 402 Bush .et.x • • . ■ ■,-. *- •- -. 'V, • MEN wanted, learn barber trade: absolutely free to i first 10: speak French. • Italian, * Spanish. CALIF. BARBER COLL.. 145 3d nr. Mission. FOR sale—2 chair shop, with living rooms, fur nished;' rent i $20; fine opportunity; to * right party. : Dwtght way. Telegraph ay.. ; Berkeley. WANTED—Good bootblack for barber shop- mid *.die aged and sober. ("ORDER. Barber Supplies -. 68 Taylor st."- ,*:.':* ■-->-.- :. -. fr.y.-w -.-, -...- -■- FOR sale Two chair shop at a reasonable figure «-l at 6015 Adeline st. Fifty-ninth St.* station Key '}Route.* Oakland , .•■/:,.->.<-■• ■-,■*. BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre tary, W. BARON, 776 Mkt.; phone Era/- 3884, ii sisiejT)>s*aaiipat^Msa'W-*J*H'l""-W|P***'^^ ****** p a c p a* ********** * *■*-* ** aaa-* ****o****o*******9 I I^FAEMEB 1 *S»t\lmmjx^*^^^*'*''' : limLjm^ THE CUSTOMED j ********* ♦ ♦»»♦ ♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦«♦»♦♦♦♦»» ♦»»♦«>»♦«■♦» ♦♦♦♦♦ BARBERS AND SUPPLIES *.'■'■ Continued CASH paid for barbers' furniture and tools at 904 *"? Buchanan st. bet. McAllister and Fnlton. FIRST CLASS, steady, sober man seeks perma nent situation. Address box 861. Call, offlce. . BARBER from Astor hotel. New York, wants situation. Address box 873. Call office. MAIN TOPIC OF CONVERSATION. . LATHER. "DELUX" massage cream Is the best; always fresh. At BAUER'S. 59 O'Farrell st. FOR sale -Old established 2 chair barber shop. 9 Plymouth ay.. Ocean View. BARBER wants position; l year's experience. Address box 911. Call office. ■ 1 CHAIR barber shop for sale: doing good busl ness. 4614 E. 14th St.. Melrose. FOR sale—Barker chair; good as new; cost $90; will sell for $50. 1326 Haight St. BARBER wanted evenings.- Saturday and Sun day. .1156 Stockton nr. Pacific. GOOD barber wanted; steady; to start today. 612 Clay st. FOR sale— chair barber shop; living room. 1404 Valencia st. FOR sale-One chair shop, very cheap. 15014 Folsom st. -. ■ .- PHONE Franklin 1442 for a good American bar , ber. * , ';.;;..-.*.• SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS WANTED Salesmen, experienced magazine men. to represent '.'Current Literature": 19 volume premium and the magazine for'sl3;-entirely ; new proposition; never before shown on the coast; highest commissions and special I bonus. Apply, after 1:30 p. - m.. Current Literature Publishing Co.. 417 Pacific building. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES gj AA - DOUGLAS 3.332; C 4 663. . AA ASIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU FIN NISHES BEST AND COMPETENT JAPA NESE. CHINESE AND FILIPINO HELP OF ALL KINDS. ..-l GRANT AY.. A—OSCAR HATSCML.West 5658. Home S4OSB. OLDEST, LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE ON COAST; THOROUGHLY COMPETENT HELP OF ALL KINDS: CAREFUL, SELECT, DISPATCH. 1513 GEARY ST. • EVERITT 883 Guerrero PHONE WEST 1731: HOME 52615. ' . T. TAMFRA A CO.. 1612 laguna St.. compe tent Japanese-Chinese help at short notice. AA—We furnish Chinese help of all kinds and flrst class; notify us by mall or phone Douglas 3786. 882 Clay St.. city. WONG QUONQ CO. A. P. HURI, reliable Japanese-Chinese help promptly furnished: open day and night.* 1748 Sntter at.; phone West 2803. 52803. H. W. HONG. Chinese employment offlce, 805 Webster st. Oakland; phone Pekln 25. ; * 3. CONN, Chinese employment bureau—Phone Douglas 3168. - Home 05005. 785 Clay st. - STAR emp. offlce: Japanese-Chinese help. W. KODATA. 1608 Geary: tel. West 167. 54908. RENT THAT VACANT ROOM A SMALL want ad In The Call will do It quicker than a dozen . signs plastered \on your windows . and which - spoil - the looks :of your home besides. Phone Kearny 86 for •an ad . man to call and see you. ROOMS TO LET FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ' - m ... ■ ,—ii—.... . - . ... i, —, 1 , A COZY home for, respectable ladle*,*"1180 Mar ket_st. near Btb, . under auspices of the SAL VATION ARMY; elegantly furnlahed; every modern convenience; steam beat." electric light and elevator service; spotlessly clean; centrally located: thoroughly homelike; telephone Market **349; prices very moderate, ranging from 25e per night: up: special rates by the week or month. See matron, room 33.; * - . * • r.\ Beautiful sunny room; flne view; no signs; gentleman; references. 972 Union st. nr. Jones. BUSH St... 2224. , nr., Fillmore— sunny front room: $8 per month.— .' • ;•'*--.*'. - : BUCHANAN St.. 1031—Neatly furnished sunny room; bath, gas and - phone: rent ■ reasonable. BRODERICK at.. 330—Nicely •: furnished shinny room, bsth. phone; German person preferred. I DEWEY HOUSE, 4th and Howard—All modem conveniences: 300 rooms. 33c to $1 day..s2 to $5 a week; free baths: Howard or 4th st. cars. FILLMORE St.. 180*.'; • phone West, 6090—One nice sunny room with running water; very reasonable. " FR.P*. T room, • modem flat, . near park; - use of kitchen If desired, reasonable; phone Park 6425. FURNISHED room to Itt with privilege of. cook- Li-'. _*. bachelor; t price' $10 month. «Apply 274 Folsom st" nr.- 24th. GROVE st, * Sunny front room to * gentle-: . man; $2 week. ■- " ■-, j* GOLDEN GATE ay... 1001. opp. Jefferson square I —sunny room, 12 windows, bath, phone; every convenience. ,-..;.'., --. .:,,.';%:,,-... 7 HOTEL METROPOLITAN. 875 . Harriaon—Quiet place; wort ing people; hot:wat.b.;:sl.3o wk. H» TF-7'.YO!I-'ANDA. 1661 Market st..'jet. Haight. Bright furn. rooms: hot and cold water; elec. lights; bath; new bouse; new furn.: $2.23 wk. NICELY furnished rooms,'with or without board. I .in; private family with no children; .2 mm- : ute* walk to Southern Pacific ! station jat San Pablo ay. f 1079 60th st,. Oakland, / j ATJ>EN 95.1 Guerrero OFFICES, furnished or unfurnished, with alt mod * crn conveniences, with living room s connected If desired, to be let or leased: rent reasonable; location unsurpassed In city; large front office. I * with entire ; glass * front, . particularly suitable for dentist; all rooms located on first floor. In quire 48 3d st. near Market. - ;/V - _ OVERLAND HOPSR, 569 Sacramento St. below ""*Montgomery—Now. open;»200 rooms, : hot and cold water In every room: '25c to- $2 per day; I $1.50 to $3 per week.■, EDW.: ROLKIN. Prop. PAGE St.. »76 —2 sunny . front rooms ■ for.house- j ,* seeping: separate entrance;, reference; real I ■-.-reasonable.' ;.v : -..,.-, ;;;■ ;- , : k, •,.-.,-,■ --.•.- ■■ SPITES, with private bath and toilet, nice and suun.v, *6 p_- week "and up. Hotel Rev. 515 -■■l9 Rush: lei.. Home C 4768; right down town, j VAN NESS ate..". 610—To;let. neatest.* cleanest > -_and cosieat rms. In the city for $2.'52.50. $3 wk. 1 ALAMEDA ROOMS TO LET LINCOLN = ay., 736, ' Alameda-A 3 room apart - ""rut;, gas and electricity: bath; nice; grounds: : convenient to <■*"' and locals; artesian water. ■ rbone Alameda 2328, *•■- - , ROOMS FOR HOUSE KEEPING BAKER st., 1818. bet.i Sacramento and Califor nia—! or 2 sunny rooms; furnished for hskpg. FULTON St.. 918—Nicely furnished sunny room; light housekeeping If desired; private family, GEARY St., 1417 -Newly fur.. sunny rear room and kitchen; suitable for 2; $10 month. ". -1 HAIGHT St.. 710 and 714— and 4 rooms, con necting, for housekeeping; regular kitchen. • HOWARD st. Front room and kitchen, $12; 2 conn., coal or gas:* $9 to $12; others. .S3 to $8. KITCHEN and . living . rooms, bath, furnished; $15. Apply 1361 California st. near Hyde. , MISSION St.,. 2219 A, , near 18th—Dining room suite; coal and gas ■ store, laundry sink; also ■ parlor suite. OAK st.. 716. ur. Fillmore—Furn. bskpj;. rooms; hath, phone. laundry. ■ grate, free;, mod.; reas. SCOTT St., 2040—Sunny front room; light house keeping; $3 per week: West 2014. , SACRAMENTO st.. 3019. nr. Baker—Nicely fur nished front - suite, reg. kitchen; gas range and grate; reasonable. , \ VAN NESS ay., 311—Sunny furnished house keeping and single rooms. ,' • - WALLER i st., 443, nr. ; Fillmore—Dav window *•* front room; - light * house keeping privileges; hath, phone; $10. -, - , STH st.. 888— Furnished house keeping and single rooms; running water; fireproof building. OAKLAND HSKG. ROOMS BRUSH St.. 1134. Oakland Nicely furnished . house keeping rooms; reasonable. ■■■■•. ROOMS and BOARD OFFERED AAA—THE WEMPE. 419 Oak st. nr. Buchanan; first class rooms and board. Phone Park 8082. 1 ROBERTS' ' ' . 14 * Railway ' | CALIF. St.. 1341— Margaret's club for girls. - • teachers' students, bus. women, tourists; sunny rms.; fine bd.; rates reas. Fk. 3292. H. C 2368. FREE list of Inspected boarding places; refs. POMO DIRECTORY. 11 to 2. 822 Crocker bldg. PIERCE St.. 813, - nr. McAllister—Furn. front rooms. bath;- fine neighborhood; ;excellent . hoard: 2 people. $20 month each. POST st.. 1206, cor. Van Ness—Large, sunny." furnished room; i first class French board; - all modern conveniences. -ver^A 1716 Pacific ar.— Business men and women want ing Ist class board, pleasant home, reas., call. BOARD FOR CHILDREN CHILDREN boarded, select family; near school. 121 Moss ay. nr.; Casselll. Phone Mission 3819. HOTELS WINDSOR HOTEL." 238 Eddy St.—Now. open In a new 6 story building right down town; ele gant, new velvet carpets.and fumed oak fur niture: everything new and. up to date; steam neat; hot water and city phone in every room; cafe and elevator service at all hours; notice our rates; elegant room with private bath. $1 ■ day. $5 week, or American plan, $10 week, with detached bath, • $1.50 per, week •* less; ■■ a . nice. • new • place for nice people; family , trade solicited; take any car. - THE COLUMBIA HOTEL. O'Farrell and Taylor. San Francisco's Newest Hotel, Now Open.- A High Class, Popular - Priced. Modem Hotel. Steel Frame, Corner Building. All Outside Rooms. . Rates— to $2.50 a Day, $4 to $10 a Week, '.'•**- $18 to $40 a Month. Moat Elegantly Furnished and Best Appointed : Hotel of Ita Class in the City.-.. HOTEL IRVING. 447 Eddy St.—2oo mod. .outside**' .*. rms.; large lobby; ladles' parlor; -drummers' sample rms.; 60c.i$l day: $2 $4 week: baths; Eddy car . from ferry: see our $2-$2.50 rooms.*; • HOTEL BALTIMORE.: 1018 "Van Ness ■ ay.. \ haa changed management; steam heated; long dis tance phones to all rooms: room and board $40 up. . L. McKENNA.**, proprietor.,; A—HOTEL ■ WARREN.** 450 Turk, right down —Sunny.* newly furnished rooms; * running water, steam heat: $2. $3 week: room and bath $3 week; suites $7. -■;.';'„- ,-,-., ,-r, -. .i BROOKLYN, HOTEL. 360 Ist st. nr. Market— Board and room. $1, $1.23, $1.60 per day. $6 to $7.60 per week; rooms,,6oc; family rooms. $1; meals. 25c: free bus. OHAS. MONTGOMERY. UL**S?I2^SRANCn or THE: '"-Li*.' MILLER'S. STATIONER. 3011 1 16TH ST. APARTMENTS A PERFECT type of the summit of modern lux ury: built of concrete In. the Imposing Spanish renaissance period: just completed.- - .-.-t ;: V ' 'CROSS WAYS. APTS. . Located within 20 minutes of the business cen .ter and near Golden Gate park; yon enter a palatial 'foyer > that -Iss a t marvel *of exquisite taste, as It' Is an exact: reproduction .of ■ Pre- Cbatalan in Paris; arranged In suites of 3 and - 4. rooms: servants' j rooms free; all front apart ments; Pompelian garden on ,thei roof: steam heat.; hot water, phones, * door' attendant " and maid service; furnished and unfurnished: rents ,$33 to $70. 191 Frederick St. corner Ashbury; take Hayes (No. 61 car. l; r -Eagle Apartments. 699 Eddy st. bet.': Larkln .'.and Hyde, -to open as a- flrst t class apartment bouse; 2-3 rooms, furnished: private bath, hall, steam heat, hot water, elevator, Janitor serv e ice; completely furnished ; for . house keeping; abundance of light and sunshine; car direct To - •nd from ferry; iwalking distance to all parts of City; 4 BLOCKS FROM EMPORIUM. ARGYLE APARTMENTS. 146 ' MCALLISTER NEAR LEAVENWORTH—2.' 8 AND 4 ROOM APTS.. COMPLETELY FURNISHED: LARGE LOBBY: HOTEL SERVICE: REFERENCES.X LI'NDY APTS.. = Stanyan • st. at • Frederick— most complete In the city; hot and cold water, electric lights, * baths, elevator service, Janitor service; every room in house light; rents j reas. A—YERBA | BUENA APTS.. 1114 SITTER ST NEAR LARKIN—ELEGANT , SUITES lOF I 2-3 - RMS.: < BATH; COMPLETELY - FURN.: > REFS. A. 'A.- MACKEN APTS.. 01 CENTRAL AY. NR **; HAIGHT— NICELY 'FURNISHED. SUNNY -it ROOM APTS;: 2 BEDS: REASONABLE. . ESSEX; APARTMENTS,-V1867 Haight i- at., nr. _s dole—2* rooms, bath, hot waters, and modem ;■■, conveniences. *•> Very t low rentals.,-"- •.•'-;»"," i.:S COLUMBIA" APTS.. COR* ELLIS 'AND,' POLK— •** Three and four rooms; all modern conveniences; .furnished; reasonable rates; references. p—i-«rs;? A—MARYLAND Apts.. 363 Page st. nr. Laguna. iEleg. 4 rm. apts.; elevator; janitor. Haight car. I ST. ? ELMO. 1433 1 Devlsadero *t.—Furn.- f ron or i •Ingle suites; bath, phone, all con.; $12 to $40, HKNDRICK HUDSON—Furnished X. apt.; >• corner Washington ; and y Mason j sts.; •; rent reasonable. EUREKA apts.. Mkt.* and 17th *»ts.—Beautiful 3 , and. * apt*.; phone, janitor service; sunny. "...■' .. -.:; :,*.-*; . i':..yiy/.yi:\i-:-rx FLATS, RESIDENCES, LOFTS AND OFFICES TO LET OR LEASE ■ ■ . . . -, % ■jl\\-.', WRIGHT ***- CO.,' : 228 MONTGOMERY ST. MILLS BLDG. PHONES: DOUGLAS 4430. ' .'. . ' C-1623. REAL- ESTATE AND . INSURANCE. - ' ' -.'■..*.; AUCTIONEERS.. ' RENTS 'COLLECTED^ ■ FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY. THIS LIST REVISED DAILY. FLATS AND APTS. NORTH OF MARKET. $650 r. elegant modern flat;* coal grates; run ning ; water In every room;' 1259 Octavia :-,,.* corner O'Farrell. ..*-.. $65—11 r .: 244 Laurel. nr. Clay: marine view. '.-, $65—7. r.; 3286 Jackson nr. Walnut. '.' - $50—8 r .; 2330 Franklin nr Broadway. ■.--■'..' $50—7 r.: 1801 Golden Gate cor.- Broderick: bean '*aa_wt tifully finished' flat. :rtKSlStmtF*Owatm*m\ $45—8 r. and billiard r.. or 6 rooms for $40. in bsmt.; » newly a tinted ■: throughout; -: 2404 Washington nr. Webster.;*. - '• $45—: r. beautiful flat:' coal f grates: hardwood floors, etc.: 1340 Hyde nr.*Washington. *.** $43—6 r.: 43." Cherry nr. California; upper. -, $45—7 r .: 1690 McAllister nr. Broderick. > $42.50—5 r. : '1755 Larkln ecu-. Jackson, • modem. $40— r.: NW. cor. Pacific and Leavenworth. $40— 7 v.; 1351 Washington 'nr LeaT.: upper. 840— 7 ,-. modern flat; 1338 Hyde nr.' Washington. MO— r. ; ■ 1032 Stelner nr. ' Golden Gate. upper. $37.50—« r.; 2212 Polk nr. Vallejo; upper. - $37.50— r.:, NW. cor. | Pacific :and Leavenworth. $37.50—10 Ir. and p.: un to date finish: sun In -every room; 1321 Fulton nr. Devlsadero. $37.50-- r.. modern: fiat: * electric lights, .beam ceilings: 3112 Clay nr. Baker. $31.50—5 r. and recept. hall; new: upper, fiat: ■'",'■ coal grates: "hardwood - floors;* solid oak finish: 1351 3th ay. nr. I st. ■> ■ . $35—6 r. ea.; 2 elegant upper flats; 1173-7 Union *■-"' ■■=''*( nr. Hyde. • ■•■ $35—7 r. ; 1688 McAllister nr. Broderick. $85— r. ; 2050 Union nr. Buchanan. - $7.5—6 r.; 2004 Fillmore cer. Union: upper. $35—4 r.; 20.10 Hyde rr Filbert; splendid . sired - rooms:- large closets: marine view. ■ $33—6 r.; 1486 Jones nr. Washington. -.T *•*—7 r.: 1046 Union nr.-Octavia; modern. $35—4? .: 227 Clayton nr. Fell. $33—8 r.; 1521 Buchanan . nr. O'Farrell; upper; "- • \ running water In every room. * $32.50—7. r.: 595 Fell cor. Buchanan: upper flat . of 2 story bldg.; newly tinted. $32.50— r.: 6.37 Baker st. nr. Fulton; all mod em improvements. r $30—8 r.: 1630 Devlsadero nr. Sutter;'reduced • from $37.50: sunny and modern; upper. $30—5 r.;125l Filbert nr. Larkln; upper; newly -**■* ..-tinted and painted throughout. $30— r.i strictly modern flat; sunny side of st.7 partly furnished: 1228 Octavia nr. Ellis. <"-*•"- 41 r.: 854 Filbert ur. Taylor. . $30—4 r.; 1714 A Polk nr. City; upper. $30—fi i.; 2074 Hayes nr. Cole. $30—6 .; 637 Clayton nr. Carl: upper. $30—6 r .; 1033 Broderick nr. Turk: upper. "O—« r.: 1.373 Vallejo nr. polk: upper. $20-$27.50-s3i>--6 'r. ea.; sunny and up to date; 749-31-53 Faker at. nr. Golden Gate ay. __\ " M 1379 Union nr. Polk. $27 50.-4 r.; apt.; 1565 Washington nr. Hyde. $27.50—7 r.; 8180 Washington ur. Lyon. •'.'.' $27-50 r.: 1628 Rucbanan nr. Post: modem.. $27.30—6 r.; elegant, * sunny. - upper flat ln first -*i - class condition: 2460 Clay nr.'Webster. $37.50—7 r.: 1202', Buchanan cor. Turk: upper. $27.50—6 r.: 044 Waller nr.. Pierce: modern. -* $27.50—5 r. ea.; 2 beautiful, modern, lower flats; 1173-5 Union nr. Hyde. *- Rent reasonable— r.: 1188 Vallejo nr. I^av. $23—6 r.;: 1163 Rrcadwav nr. Leavenworth. i $25— r .; front apt.: 225 Clayton nr. Fell. . $25—5 r.; 1243 McAllister nr. Fillmore. $25—6 r. ; ,1632 Buchanan nr. Post: modern. *235 r.; 1041 Filbert nr. -Leavenworth: upper. $25 fl r.: 639 Lyon st. ur. Fnlton: upper. $23-$35-s4s—« r. ea.: 3 modem flats: 888-7-8 Ist ay. corner California. $235 r.; 1219 A Geary nr. Gongh: upper. $23—8 r.; 1840 Filbert nr. Octavla. $25—6 r.; : 2831 . Laguna nr. Green. $25—7 r.; 1856 Union nr. Laguna. $23—8 r.; 7.".1 Shrader nr. Waller. $25—5 r.: 60 South Broderick: modem flat; beau tiful surroundings; make offer. •23—0 r.; 570 Hayes nr. Laguna: upper. —6 r.: sunny upper flat; 2120 Leavenworth nr. Filbert. - , - $25—3 r.; 2488 Post nr. Broderick: modern. $23—7 r.; strictly modern; beam-ceilings: pan • ' eled woodwork, etc.: 3108 Clay nr. Baker. $25—5 r.; 12148 Scott nr. Eddy: upper. $2.3—5 r.: 1845 Filbert nr. Octavla: modern. $22.50—3 r. apt.: 1370 A Pine nr. Larkln. $23.60—7 r.: 852 Halghtnr. Devlsadero; upper. $22.50—5 r.; 1707 Hayes cor. Central ay.; strict ly modem; upper; light and sunny. -. $22.50—6 r.: 341 20th ay. nr. Clement: upper; newly tinted; splendid car service. $22.50- r.: 341 20th ay. nr. Clement.-v.fJHBBI' $22.50 to $32.50—4 and .*" r. apt.; flats: -. new building; corner: very light and sunny; every convenience: beautiful finish through out; 1264 to 1274 Union st. nr. Hyde. 822.50—6 r.: 570 Hayes nr. Laziina; rmper. $22.50 each— r.: 1322-24 Vallelo nr. Hyde. $21-5 r.. : middle: 2916 u.-tavis nr. Filbert. $24—7 r. ; 2269 Turk nr. Central ay.; upper. $20—3 1. and b.: 1663 Washington nr. Polk; flat; strictly modern. '* $20 to $27.50—Elegant apts.. 4 r.;" wall beds; '*-.; marine view; 858 Filbert st. nr. Taylor. - $20—3 r.: 1654 Filbert nr. Gongh: upper. $20—5 r.: 947 Broadway cor. Salmon; upper. $20— r.; 71 Glover nr. Leavenworth. $20—4 r.: 1438 Pacific nr. Hyde. $20—4 r.; 1182 Vallejo st. nr. Leavenworth. - $20—4 r.; 28 Lloyd nr. Scott bet.; Waller and • . Duboce: strictly modern and up to date. ' $20—4 r.: 2087 Golden Gate ay. nr. Central »**.: large yard: fine view. $18-$2O-$22.50-3 r. each: apt. flats: 1710 Ln-* *: • V'inr. Washington: nest anil cozy., $1S to $201 r. each: elegant view: modern:'i 1051-59 Broadway nr. Jones. , j $18—2 r. apt.; 1563 Washington nr. Hyde. * $17-818 — :i •" r. ■ flats: very. neat : and" sunny; 412 -l'-'-,-14 Broderick .nr. j Haves. . $18—4 r. - and h.; 2548 McAllister nr. Shrader. $16 r..":b.: *a»l9 Lombard nr. Pierce;: upper. ■ $154 r.i 653 Waller nr. Scott. $14—4 r.; 318 M st. nr.'Oth ay. = $13—3 r.; 26 Waldo nr. Lear, and Vallejo. $13 r.; 1041 Filbert nr. * Leavenworth. FURNISHED. -.-* • Magnificently furnished residence; of . 8 rooms; Presidio i Hts. < dlst.;. beautiful carpets.. paintings, art - pieces. * silver and : glass - ware; splendidly equipped library: 'auto ■ piano; ..:beautiful view overlooking Presidio; will lease 1 year. $123 monthly. , -: .. ! ■ •'"". •.'■■-/ *-- .' -- sBs—7- r.: elegantly furnished, modern . house; 2203 Scott nr. clay. - ■ --. - $83—6 r. ; middle; 1294 Jackson nr. Jones. $72.50—8 r. house, 1906. Webster nr.'. California. $32.30-^5 r.; 1602 Jones nr. Pacific. • $30— r. & b. ; 1906 Golden Gate ay. nr. Baker. $27.503 r. and b.; 1383 Clay cor. Leavenworth. $25 —5 r. cottage; 547 37tb ay. near A st. - ; $22.30 anil $32.50—3 r. and b.: 3160 California nr. Lyon; furnished and partly furnished. HOUSES NORTH- OF MARKET " $859 r.i 2713 (lay nr. Pierce.. $80—8 r. and- 2, b.; 2737 Clay. nr. Tierce. , $75—10 r.: 2331'Devlsadero nr. Wash.: heater. ST* 8 r.; 881 Ashburynr. Frederick: garage. $60—10 r.; 2824 Clay nr. Scott: modern. 880- 12-r.: 1*029 Vallejo nr. Buchanan;, elegant ■■-*.■■■ marine view."-* . $50— r. ;l 1762 O'FaTrell nr. "Fillmore; modern; .:• electric light, etc." :>. ! ' Modern house; 8 r. snd b.: large yard and garden; ■In first class condition: 2810.Clay, nr. Scott. $40—8 r.; 248 10th ay. nr. Clement St.; modern; billiard •' room; ln ' basement.. $45—10 r.; 3118 Washington nr. Lyon. '* $12.50—3 r. cottage: 22 Delgadost off Hyde.' ' -'-*.* a\ STORES. ETC.. NORTH OF MARKET. $50—Store, 568 Hayes nr. Laguna. ., ... $38—Store. NE. . cor. j Union and Larkln sts. $30—Store, i* 1844 Devlsadero , nr. Pine. ; S2»—Flne location for fruit?store. .-*. $23— and 4 r.: 2968 Washington. $23 and $30— Store, 2024-26 * Hayes Cole. * $20—2 r. cottage; ? 2525 A: California ; nr. Pierce. $12.50 to 330—Large, light: sampling rooms. — $10—1243 McAllister nr. Fillmore; 13x23. • ..*.* -DOWNTOWN STORES AND IXIFTS. '.. 'Building as a whole or In part: rent cheapest In.city; high "class- bldg.:-6 stories- and bsmt.; elevator service'; low insurance: 2 frontages; on Mission st. in : heart of. wholesale district.— $125—50x135; 12 * fronts: 718 Mission nr. 3d; In heart of wholesale district * Very; LOW /RENT: 523 and *50 by ' 100: r EXCEL - LENT LOCATION: 788 Market nr. 4th. Store,' basement , and , loft; flne manufacturing lo :. • cation: corner .; Clementina * and Ist sts. ■"• *; Lofts— ea:. or will ;lease 3 story bldg. as a whole; 585 Folsom nr.-2d.-; *. Lofts containing 8,600 sq. ft.; 118 Ist st. corner Minna. Loft: 30x160 ft.: class A bldg.: every convenience; Market st. ; bet. 3d and 4th.'- Store. * 30x78 ft.; permanent*-bldg.; nr.' 3d * and; Bryant. *l. '■ . • . - Two-stores,; 17x90 es.;..reasonable-rent; 1133-37 : Market* m. -."th." Loft"2ox7o; low rent: 315 Sutter : nr. Grant ay. ' SOUTH •OF -MARKET; AND MISSION. $00— Large. light basement; 207 •■ Natoma nr. 3d.' $50—Fine store,*. 24x20; 3801: 18th st. cor. Church: suitable for saloon. $37.50—7 r.;. 8803 1 18th st. cor. Church; overlook *•-'•'» :. ing park; modem- flat. V"* -..'•;.-. ■i.^'..,, --Stores -with: living rooms; 9th nr. Folsom. " X $30—5 r.: '1025 IMb st. nr. Dolores;,upper. $22.50.1 each—4 1 I*. ■< and ? b.: -. modern * flats; * just - - completed; 9th at. nr. Folsora. 1 . $22.30—7 r.; 246 Chattanooga nr. 23d;. upper.',.'■ s22.so—»s • r.: -47 Alvsrado : nr. * San ; Jose: . upper, strictly, modern.-up" to date, sunny flat. - **25-$30 —4 r. and b. ea.; ; 140» Folsom nr. 10th ": $20—5 i r.- ea.: ; 2700 -. 23<1' st.: ,-or. Potrerv ' ay.; : 3 .r. :'-**-• fine sunnyf flats: every -convenience. $17.50—4 r.; If* Landers off 14th and* Market. " y12.50-\4 r.i and *b.;,ls4A>l^ngtonnr." Folsom. $0-sl2—Modern apts..;3,r. ea.; newly renovated * .'v: 161 Morris ay. nr.; Bryant bet. sth 4 6th' $8 and t $10—2 - and ; I:r. ; ea.; .*cottages; - large yards; = 136-10 Sussex nr. Conrad. ll J. W. WRIGHT * CO.. 228 MOSTHOMERY ST. *'• * MILLS BUILDING. ■"•" -- - ""- •• * ' BERKELEY APARTMENTS J*-* TREEHAYEN - APARTMENTS. Ridge road near T" EtrVlld sv.-UP TO DATE HOUSE KEEPING X i APTS.: EVERY CONVENIENCE. . ■ ,''•*. '-•"••-' FLATS TO LET ■ •-.. JONES st.. 1638—Sunny, modern. -4 and 5 room comer flats: rent tl* to $27, Including water, .garbage and 'Janitor service. . LAKE st.'i74o— Lower flat.'6 rooms; modern: id- Joining park; electric light and water ■ free; ■rent $25.. - ",.'■'.. :.'.". *' -'- :"-' ' *"'■■*■ HIGHLAND ay.. 31—A beauty. 4 room flat. $20; -nice view; all Mission st. car lines; sunny) ;,, up ■to date.' ■■- ■ • '.- ■ ' ■ --.. -,* "BURGER *..'. 11018 Guerrero SOUTH PARK. .47. between 2d nnd 3d—New, -sunny upper 6 room flat; all modem Improve ments; near Southern' Pacific depot. . ' * PAGE St.. 447—Elegant fiat. within 2 blocks of : 4 carllncs: 7 largo • rooms: 8 closets; large sunny yard: beautiful, exterior. .*:.-. v CALIFORNIA St., 227."— Elegant, up to date, top flat of 9 rooms and bath; 2 story building and . finished, social hall. .*; ..: . GEARY St.. 2410 Lower fist. 4. rooms and bath; gas; large .porch: stationary tubs; $9. DOLORES "• St.*. -. 1247. between 23th . and 2Cth — *- Five rooms.and bath: rent $21.50. -.« ■ CAPP st., lOCS—Lower flat. of 5 -rooms and : bath: * cement .yard;- 1 $22.50. -, r OAK. 507— Sunny,.convenient, desirable flat, 7 r.; ■> bath, laundry: reasonable; references required. A beauty; 4 r. flat. $23; overlooking O. G. park; ' on car line: sunny, -up to date. 2273 Hayes. NOE St.. 597. cor.. 13th—Sunny,* modern, upper 5 rooms: $20.' -..-.-' .-• ■' ■■• <■■ ■ - MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S BAZAAR. 110*? VALENCIA ST. '**..: FLATS FOR SALE . . FIRXISHED -. '•■'__ , _ _ BEAUTIFUL, new, 7 room flat to let; handsomely M furnished: .In use only 2 /months; FOR SALE AT ONCE:. purchaser -will be given advantage of $300 paid on goods: balance terms If desired. Apply HARRY I. MOORE FURNITURE CO.. . 40 to 50 O'Farrell st. • : .; FLATS TO LET' '*w FURNISHED '......, f^ FULTON St., Furnished 4 or 5 rooms and bath; rent reasonable.* Call between 2 and 4. COTTAGES TO LET 3D ay., 217 Cottage of 8 rooms and bath; $30. HOUSES TO LET UJfFUn.MSHED PACIFIC AY.. 2177— rooms, modern; newly finished: 2 baths. Open dally. -.'..' the McCarthy CO., 181 Sutter st. TO rent— Music studios: splendidly equipped; a , few left. KOHLER : & CHASE bid*.. 28 O'Farrell at.'slWB*lMK)scte-j H ' 'a ' OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET .-•"..'. TTXPIDRXISHED SEND or call for new printed catalog. GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway. Oakland. *.-.'-. OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED '. LINDA - VISTA— room furnished house: 1 hard wood floors, big basement and garden.' Address box 4MB. Call office. Oakland. OFFICES and STORES TO LET OFFICES, furnished or unfurnished, with all mod em conveniences, with living room connected . If desired, to be let or leased: rent reasonable; I location unsurpassed in city; large front office. ■ with entire glass I front, , particularly suitable for dentist: all rooms located on first floor. In quire 48 3d st. near Market. . STORE, corner Folsom and Norfolk sts. bet. 11th and 12th: with or without large basement; very reasonable terms. CASTRO. 548— Large store to let: md for pool parlor, furniture, bakery.* any kind of hostess*. FURNITURE FOR SALE A carload , of . flne furniture ' just • received from factory;-also carpets and linoleums; regular -factory prices; we save you 25 to 40 per cent en all purchases;."country orders solicited. M. H. JOB. Factory Agent, 334 Sutter st. * ..-. Z ALL new : tables. $1.50 ' each, , at H. * SCHELL- j _.' HAAS' furniture sale. 408 11th St.. Oakland. \ ■ SEE H. SCHELLHAAS. the furniture dealer. I O. O. F. bldg.. 11th st. at Franklin. Oakland. PI -RNITURE WANTED LARGEST bueyrs of furn.. carpets, pianos, desks, merchanldse, etc.; always pay cash. Mark L. Levy Auction Co.. 1142 McAUllster. T.Park 880. SEWING MACHINES I'OMESTIC. 1644 FILLMORE near Post; THB place-to buy. rent or repair sewing machines '•-fall makes; lowest prices; best terms. J. .'".' ■**** EVANS, agent; phone West 3601. SEWING machines.- all makes, renting, repair ing. McNALLY. 2864 Mission: teL, Mission 202. . Oakland offlce. CO San Pablo ar.; phones. Oakland 1774. • A-4499., ALL makes of machines, new and second hand: : renting and * repairing; - needles and supplies. E. L. SAROEANT. 531 *l?th St..'Oakland. ___CARPET CLEANING S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 897 Sutter St., phone Kearny 5853 (BLUE WAGON) ... —Carpets. - rugs ; quickly, thoroughly cleaned on floor, without removal: estimates free. ABSOLUTELY the best carpet-beating. 3c yd.; deal direct; with F. A. RICE'S carpet works,' : ISO**; ■ Harrison st.; phones Market 262. M 1207. WHEN yon become disgusted with poor work send your carpets to J. BPAUI.DING & CO., 115*1 Tehama St.: Douglas 3084. Home J2347. GISSLOW'S C. C. WORKS. 230 , Vermont. Park 8625. M3317-Clean's 4c, laid Be: estab. 20 yrs. WATT'S—Reliable carpet cleaning, * alterations; * renovat.. laying SCO Devlsadero; ph. Park 569. ADVANCE Garnet Class Co.—Advanced meth ofls. GEO. WAT.COM CO 1131-1189 Sutter St. MATHEWSON'S carpet beating works, 315 Last 12th St.. Oakland: tel. Merrltt 508. Cl' Vis Llx " BROS carpet cleaning and laving. 2400 Geary st. corner Baker; phone West 83. :*i AA—NATIONAL Carpet Cleaning ' Wks.—Hamp ton A Ballly. 344-348 Church St.. Market 189. MISSION * BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S BAZAAR. ,1108 VALENCIA ST. -V STORAGE and MOVING VANS ANDERSON Transfer and Storage Co.Moving.' ** packing, shipping, etc.; trunks stored 3 days I free. 20 sth st. near Market: tel. Douglas 2177. ■- BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY. : Fireproof warehouses, jsth and Mission. Phone Market 13 14. or Home M 1313. .' '.->,. ;.,2. . WILSON-BROS.. Inc.—Moving and storage, cor. y 14th and Sanchez sts.*, one block from , Market '1 and Fillmore st. cars. m Phone Park 271. : A—PACIFIC STORAGE I AND IVAN' CO.—Brick : Warehouse. 2322 Fillmore St.; phone West 2628. PIERCE-RODOLPH STORAGE CO., 1430 Eddy St.: tel. -West 828. Home 8-2828. ■ THE FILLMORE BRANCH*' OF THE CALL IS AT 1637 FILLMORE ST. IOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS PIANO' BOND. VALUE $135. .'■■'J.'-'-.-* -v •r ■'. , -.- . - . v -—■..-*. Cv.~ -2*££s 9*l •*-*■* F MOST RELIABLE PIANO HOUSES. HOLDER CAN NOT- TAKE AD VANTAGE -OF THIS REMARKABLE . OPPOR. '-■•■" TTNITY: MUST I.FAVF CITY SOON.. WILL SELL FOR ALMOST NOTHING. MAKE OF FER IMMEDIATELY. BOX 966. CALL OF- 1 FORr —40/ up. gasoline engine; 25 K. W. , Westtnghouse generator - installed - only 4 months: :1 30 hp, 'steam engine, good as new May he seen at B-iv City Iron Works, cor. 3d and .Washington sts.. Oakland." ■ *, * ■ SECOND HAND PIPE .-' ;' -r^rrest: dealers, H standard pipe and'screw eas- - lng.*? dipped: prices 'right: guaranteed first class • ■ ' PACIFIC PUT co. Main and Howard sts. LOVEGROVE - .* . 160S McAllister UNCALLED ifor suits, overcoats and trousers at .less than.cost'at.CHAS. LYONS, the London^ Tailor. Fillmore bet. Kills and O'Farrell >Open, evenings till .-8; \ Saturday 10 o'clock INCUBATORS—2 Cyphers. I Kenwood. ] Defend "•» }, a-un?"*: '" c™* condition; also som- k. STA^^- 3301 tjT f A~--*-Il;sl»es*sundard water,pine and screw ' - casing, guaranteed good as new; get our rtricet & WRIBSBAUM:PIPE WORKS. 131 !*?£ rt. J * oatlmied on Next Fab* .