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HENRY ASCROFT. Secretary. /«&'*»<>'
CALIFORNIA Chapter No. 5, R. A. fgPsi&i
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EDWARD PEABODY. Secretary _________ j
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Stated assembly TniS (TUESDAY" l;*"*
EVENING at S o'clock. Mission Ma- tjfgf
sonic temple. 2668 Mission st. Rehear
sal and drill. All fraters cordially invited.
By order of
EDWIN W. TUCKER. Eminent Commander.
A. HAWKSLEY. Recorder.
RICHMOND Lodge No. 375, F. & A. M., *
Ist ay. and Clement st.—Officers and WW
members are hereby notified to assemble /w\
at Richmond-Masonic temple at 1.30 T
o'clock p. m. to conduct the funeral ceremony j
over the remains of BROTHER H. P. HAN- ,
SEN, late a member of Oak Grove lodge No.
218, F. & A. M..
H. FOUR NESS. Secretary.
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. 30, F. AA. _T~
M.—Second degree THIS (TUESDAYi «fW
EVENING, 7:30 o'clock. Fraternal hall, VW\
L O. O. F. bldg., Market and Seventh ' |
ms. Craftsmen cordially Invited.
EDWIN L. MEYER. Secretary.
SAN FRANCISCO Lodge No. ."$6O, F. & _n '
V M. 1739 Fillmore st.---Third degree n/w
THIS (TUESDAY! EVENING at 7:3uAA l
• •"clock. ' w
LEW E. SAWYER. Secretary.
PACIFIC Lodge No. 136. F. & A. M , __""
meets THIS (TUESDAY* EVENING. VV
17X9 Fillmore St., 7:30 o'clock. Second AA
degree. f w
GEORGE L. DARLING. Secretary.
r-ARNASSUS I>-dge No. 388. F. & A. j_~~
11 —Third degree THIS (TUESDAYi VV
evening at s o'clock. AA
W. A. HOYT. Secretary. ' ~
GOLDEN GATE Ix-dfre No. 204. I. I___Zl
H. O. F.—lnitiation TUESDAY. rijSS3&_J.
Oct. 15. Members urged to at-
tend. Visitors welcome.
F. LUTI.EY. Recording Secretary.
short time. Application
:>angb, national director. jMSpHI _©y
\l STKIAN MILITARY AND BKMCV'I-
I FAT Association will drill WEDNES aSJK_«
■ \Y. Oct. 16. 1912. at s o'clock p. m.. W_£ ■
! niton st. Every member is re- ****»• j
ted to attend this very important drill j
to fafrt uniform to participate with j
I ;er vitci*, Oct. 27.
S. RAICEVICH. Captain.
TAMES WIESE. First Sergeant.
LOSI AND FOUND
\ IF ViiU LOSE ANYTHING —Advertise it i| :
\ here. It will be returned to you if an hon- S I
|i est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries ji
I 1 ai* brought about every day jhl 'Ugh these ij I
i! columns, t |
I IF YOU FIND ANYTHING J I
BRING IT TO THE i
I SAN FRANCISCO CALL i
lost AND FOUND BUREAU, I
< THIRD AND MARKET STREETS. ji
> Go .■[ data •heck. Hnve it advertised. ,'
in it if the owner does not. i
< THE LAM' People who fnd lost articles',
S arc Interested la knowing thai the state iaw [i
> i- strict in requiring them to seek the own- ,'
? c-s. through advertisement and otherwise, j
, si.d that failure to do so. if proof can be \
S shwwn. Involves a severe penalty. jl
I'>l NI) and can lie obtained by owner at the I
*AN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL KAIL I
WAYS, CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION. I
SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH 51"..,
iAKLAND: Oct. 1 — Vise; lady's tan gloves; lady's i
;nirse. Oct. 2—Lady's white belt: lady's black !
purse: small package: lady's silver watch; brown
suitcase: Isoy-* brown glovts, 2 pr.; blank book;
straw market basket: beauty pin; German book,
•let. m— Large black uotc book: cake; bar.
aeauty pin stones on it. Oct. s—Pictnres: glove;
?uiall pin; fountain pen: 3 large photographs; 2
boxes shotgun shells: tel. basket; gray coat;
matting basket. Oct. 6—Ladles* handbag; nkg.; i
pair pliers: small suitcase: watch fob; child's
Tine coat. Oct. 7—Beauty pin. lady's black purse; !
package: *m*!i suitcase; odd Fellows' emblem, j
Oct. B—Pr. lady's gloves: rubber tire; shopping
<ag: packsge; white plums; lady's purse; breast
lir glasses, Oct. 9—Beauty pin; brace
-1 ;. Mack hose; black lunch box; grip:
bweater; package. Oct. 10.—Small black purse;
vui—U package; pair hose; black glove; watch
f->b; gri;i; lap robe; 2 bibles; pair black hose;
ribbon; gold bar pin: overcoat: pkg. white cloth. I
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at j
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY, CORNER i
HYPE and CALIFORNIA KTS.: Aug. *13— Dia j
Btond breastpin; pearl handle knife; set of falsa ;
teeth. I
LOST AND FOUND
rj?H*l* , ir^ l
FOUND on train and ferry, and can be ob
tained by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS, KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROUTE PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oct. 2--
Hammer: pr. gloves: pocket book; pkg. poult ry
for»d; pkg. hose; tin folding lunchbox; roll musical
America; empty purse. Oct. 3—Pr. gloves;
child's bandbag; Italian bank monthly state
ment: cap of fountain pen; roll of music. Oct.
4 —Phonographic record; pair gloves; pkg. medi
cine; box of advertising matter in sealed en
velopes; knit shawl; roll of patterns; pkg. cor
set; pkg. pair shoes; scrip book S. P.; pkg. old
mapazines. Oct. s—Bathing suit: bank book;
purse; overcoat; pkg. socks and handkerchiefs;
pkg. hinges; pkgs. collars. Oct. ft—Key; box
stationery. Oct. 7—Purse; book: pkg. kodak
photos; pkg. gloves and underwear; violin bow.
Oct. S —Single glove: brooch pin: 2 ladies' hand
bags; music roll; pkg. nightgowns: pair gloves;
pkg. box rice; neck fur: roll music; pkg. pair
rubbers. Oct. 9 —2 single gloves; 1 pr. gloves;
commute; cardcase; elastic belt and buckle;
doc teUed colters, Oct. io -Cane; 2 pr. gloves;
pkg. dress goods; hsndbag; slncle glove. CVt.
11—3 luniks; kodak: umbrella: pkc. _lng cards:
pkg. corset; pr. (lores; pkg. pores; silver card
case purse. Oct. V2 —Pkg. tooth paste, etc.: steel
square; pkg. shoes; pr. gloves; pkc. rubber sole
shoes and .shirt; pkf. skirt: envelope lace: mat
ting lunohbox; pkg. Japanese-Knglish reader;
lady's handbag: W. F. & Co. money order. Oct.
13^—Roll rubber: book; umbrella: pkg. shoes:
suitcase; pin, "Eagles"; extenslou basket.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Sept. 30 to Oct.
I—4 pkgs. clothing; roll of paper; small black
case; lunch box: soft hat; child's coat; book,
2 pieces brass casting; bundle of canvas; black
wallet. Oct. 2—Grip; lady's fur; lunch box;
pair gloves; black scarf; roll music; straw suit
case; pkg. stationery. Oct. 3—Pkg. clothing;
child's coat; cardcase; soft hat; cap; leather
case; can of oil; overcoat: lady's hat; suitcase;
linen duster; pair of spectacles; pkg. medicine.
Oct. 4, 5 and 6—Feather boa; note books; 2
books; pkg. wood; pair of gloves; shopping bag;
2 handbags; 2 purses; kodak; hat and furs;
child's coat; ladies' hat; red sweater; veil; spec
tacles (in casei; sword; derby hat; pkg. papers.
Oct. B—2 books on chemistry; lady's handbag;
lady's belt; package of clothing; package of
cardboard; overcoat, (let. 10—Package of cloth
ing; kodak No. 2, Eastman; geut's cap; package
of cloth: roll of lineoleum.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS, eastern district NINETY-SIXTH XV
and FAST FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND:
Oct. I—Bucket with overalls, hammer; pkg.
overalls; lady's parse; school pin. Oct. 2—
Small suitcase; beads; purse; basket dry goods.
Oct. 3 —Gloves; stocking j fur; basket; book; um
brella. Oct. 4—Satchel with clothing; bundle of
clothing; pocket knife; pair gloves; pin. Oct. o
—Hand satchel; telescope basket; suitcase. Oct.
9—Muffler; pin; pair gloves. Oct 11—Telescope
basket; luncbbox; muffler; book; purse; box of
collars. Oct 12—Handbag; pocket light; scarf
pin: shawl: prayer book; giov.-s; pkg. of 0 I„
cloth. Oct. 13—Telescope basket; bucket and
cup; handbag: fur; kodak.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
POLICE DEPARTMENT. HALL OF JI'STICK
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS.: Oct.
2—Several sacks of grain, found at 163G Bryant
si.: lady's 1-andhag. found at Hafght and Stanyan
sts.; sack of SBgar, found in Fell st. between
Van Ness ay. aud Franklin st.; case of cocoa
found at corner of Fillmore and Hermann sts!
Oct. 3—Stamped newspaper wrappers, found at
ECU and Market sts.; purse, found in front of
Cliff house; small vice and lot of keys, found at
Filth ay. and Fulton st. Oct. 4—Diamond breast
pin, found on Mount Tmnalpals. If owners will
call nt tbe property clerk's office of this depart
in. 'iit. at Kearny and Washington sts., and prove
ownership the same will be delivered to them.
FOUND and can he Obtained by owner at
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY-FIRST
ST and TELEGRAPH AY.. OAKLAND; Oct. 1 -
1 pair lady's gloves: basket. Oct. 2—Auto veil
•Oct 3—Stickpin. Oct. 4— beauty pin. Oct
Small purse; book (arithmetic); rattease; man's
j hat. Oct. ti—Grass handbag: book; brass lamp'
| lunch basket. Oct. 7—Lunch K rip; knife Oct'
S -Baseball glore. Oct. 9—Pkg. (Mm. Brlttan)!
Oet lu--Small purse; 2 books. "Socialism"
-j pkg. books. Oct. 11—Cane.
i FOUND nna can be obtained by owner at the
j SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RYS
; northern district. TWENTIETH ST. and MAC*
DONALD AY., RICHMOND: Aug. 22—Stickpin
; market bag. Aug. 2:4—Man's bat; pkg. contala
<mg clothes. Aug. 2*-Roll of music; pair of
peat* Aug. 25—Pair baseball shoes. Au_. 27
lioijye plan.
FOUND on coast line trains and can be otT
talned by the owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC
S£M T JM VISION THIRD and TOWN
SENS STS.; Sept. 20— Overcoat; drinking cun;
pair gloves; purse; book. Sept. 21—Book oa
Spanish. Sept. 22—Pair overalls. Sept 23—PU
low; straw hat: lady's coat: handsaw.
FOUND In streetcars and can be obtained by
ewner at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE room
502. 85 SECOND ST.: Sept. 25—Handbag: 2
packages; 3 books: pair gloves; knife
contract: baby shoe; ,_„ [ iam; p urw; <. n .
veloj.e. Sept. 26—Suitcase; 2 packages; 2 hand
grips; 4 purses; 2 cans paint; watch fob.
ARTICLES lost ou the COAST DIVISION re
maining on hand nt THIRD AND TOWNSEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct L—
Ring: package clothes; package hardware; orr
ctuit; book. Oct. 2—Hat; pair gloves; overcoat.
Oct. B—Package clothes: umbrella. Oct. "*—Um
brella: package paper; roll plans.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner from GENERAL BAGGAGB
AGENT. WESTERN PACIFIC RT., FERRY*
BUILDING: Aug. 25—Lady's hand satduL
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1912.
LOST AND FOUND
P_lil Con tiimed - :jfc«j
FOUND : find run be obtained by owner at
i CALTFORXIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA STS.: Oct. 1 to ft—
la. Bible: ,1' alligator band bag; 1 lady's glove;
•,1- lady's' veil; 1 bottle | listerlne; 1 pair baby's
gloves: 1 »m*H 'ed purse: 1 small bin ok purse;
I 1 checkbook Wells I Fargo Nevada Nstionsl bank.
(IST—Fr»m ?*: wagon. 1 - straw p suit case, on
'S c. iinrv road between Menlo and San Francisco,
-Je Kiturdav afternoon. I October 1 12, 1912. <% Return
;? to J. LOONEY, 857 Asbbury St.. San Fran
..Cisco. .-'>' . ■• 4 ■ - ' . , . *
j SCHOOL pin (Medico Chirurgical hospital. Phils
delphln): slse of 50c piece: name Panuit Soler
!JHon * back. Please return * LETTERMAN" GEN
[ KRAI. HOSPITAL. Presidio. V- ■
■ -Valuable Ii diamond % ring, on J ferry : thor.
mtghfare. $100 reward if and 3*? no • questions
t »«ked. ; .1118 i San . Antonio : a v., '„ or ; phone Ala
meda 2011. • ■ .-■■..... ■ - - ' -■' '
LOST—Oval agate, from watch fob. on Hatght
st. car or Fillmore. Finder * please I return hto
■•a 134 * Fulton I st. O. W. WILLARD. '. '
LOST—Open faced ! gold i watch."* marked ;V. 8. > 0..
"« with nmethyst pin: $25 reward. Telephone Oak
laid : 1023 ■"'-»" >U-»- :' : '■«--_■
LOST --Gold neck chain. In vicinity of California
-~1 St.: j reward. Return to 1308 Ijirkln st. ■ ■''"■
LOST —lady's ' gold I watch: monogram A. M. R.;
:.■;■■■ liberal reward. Return 705 Natoina st. * ' ;;
I,OST- Punch of keys, with i chain. ; Return .to
I 311 Minns ; st., apartment 1«V * Reward. '; ;■-.;;'
BUSINESS PERSONALS
! NOTICE—The Call will not "i knowingly print Ille
gitimate advertisements. fiaifjanyj reader can
; furnish information thst any advertisement in
' i this > column is not legitimate sent r. it i; to The
Call ;in <: confident.-, and "if i found correct - the
;, advertisement will be discontinued.
A—EMINENT CHINESE I HERB| DOCTORS— -
I" All ; diseases cured; ! strictly confidential: ' con
""; sulfation free: i hours 10-R. Sundays 40-5."» DRS.
| CHAN & CHAN HERB CO.. l»ln Sutter .■st.'^.
101 POST ST. R. 202-DAILV. 10 A. M. TO 9
"P" M -.5 ELECT. TIR VAPOR HERR BATHS;
EASTERN MASSEUSE 'AND? MANICURE y
AA —WIGS, toupees. I*oo Fillmore st. • Gentle
.'. men's dept.. 2271 '. California. - Est. 1 860.":/ O.
V-} I EPEEER. Mr. Lederer in [ charge. Work ; guar.
.MISS BERNARD, steam baths snd electric treat
*, ment \>n's Mexican '. hair restorer; select I pat
ir, roasge only. 215 O'Farrell st.. S. F.. office 5.
V V MAI IMPRESSING" PARLOR; OPEN EVEN
INGS: svrftches. puffs, psyches; pin curls made
2".c up. 2055' Sutter near Fillmore: West IS9Q.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
'■•>' for " massage, manual or vibratory: *> Naithelm
bath. 626 Hyde st. between Geary and Post.
PRT'OLESS method—Chiropractic, dielertic. flee.
light cabinet; hrs. inn. Ph. W. 8915. 1415
O'Farrell st. " Cars 20-21. •
CORTEZ— Thermal - baths, salt F clow. elec. rib.
ij 11" Van Ness -cor.";Ellis.' suite 20:',: ; hr<. 11-10. ■,
LOUISE PASCO.'eastern massage and elect, vih.
t-eatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st.: hrs. 10 to 10.
MRS ANDREWS, professional i nurse, masseuse; ;
"I-" physician's references. 725 Turk st.: hrs 12-7. :
MISS O'BRIEN has Jest returned j from the I east
r* with i her new scientific treatment. 2022 Sutter.
CABINET and tub baths for colds and rheuma
%.Vtism: : alcohol treat., man. 1114 Devlsadero st.
FRANKLIN Electric i Institute. 535-536 * Whitney
i-; bldg.. 13* Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 ;to 10.
MASS., endent meth. V nerve,spec. Madam Sparta.
| [ 2084 j O'Farrell ; st. nr. Divisadero. West «13«.
MASSAGE--Elec. and vlb. treats, for rheum, and
- r nerves. j"; 1182 Market st. opposite ; 7th. room ii.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face and scalp trest
ments. 34 Ellis St.. rm. 310: hours 1-10 p. in.
MIBS CCRSAN- Sulphur red'g baths, mag. wave
:-rc vib.. elect, treat, for rheumatism. 2022 Sutter.
NEWLY opened oiifr-ipodv and m«ssage parlors;
; ; , lady operator. 1507 Fillmore st. Cars « 20-21.
MISS F. ROGERS, late ;of CbteaiH*. masseuse—
~zl Scalp treatment. Room .V.;. 34 Ellis st.
HOT * salt water baths, alcohol, oil treatments.
s v 423 15th St.. Oakland. Private: no sign. * ;-.
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse: open Sunday, 10
i*S to 10. 407 Westbank bldg.. 830 Market st. ;Jv
RHEUMATISM" treated oby Japanese masseur
;::*. with dry hot air hsth;;;:;l76s|Geßry "t. ; r
GERMAN herb capsule for women: no operations.
1524 ; Pacific ay.. Alameda. Bay station. i..y;^.r..? ;
LP TO DATE bath and massage parlors: elec.
vibra. treat. 101? Fillmore St.. office 17.
WEILS' MAGNETIC ■-~ A Nit 8! SCALP TREAT
MENTS. 10<!5 MISSION ST.. ROOM 55. ;;j;
MATRIMONIAL

MATRIMONIAL paper: ' many wealtny: i many
marriages. MRS. BELL. - 1815 ' Magnolia ay.,
;*-Los'Angeles; \ .;■ . ' ;. --.-.,-'-'. .. ' 1 .- ■-
MARRY—Thousands tired living alone; all aces;
*■•; call .or write MRS. ;R. HYDE. 2T.77 ; Mission.
WIDOW. 3d. comfortably s situated, would marry.
;;\S.'.t box 1 35. League. Toledo. O.
\ SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium: con
-; sultation *1 at ? her J home. 1104 i O'Farrell: 't by
* letter. 4 questions. $1. Phone Franklin »' «722.
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.: con. daily. S 10-4:
j.r, circle only Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. 8 pm. 1439 Fillmore
' ' ' ' --■--■•, | _
YOGA PHILOSOPHY
HINDU * Yoga* ! Philosophy (religion* -; gives you
~ J ~ health, prosperity, happiness; classes and lee-
Q tures. PROF. MONROE. 927 { Hay st.. Oakland.
A STROLOGY
MISS STARR, astrologlst, reads yonr fnll life
.;•■ scientifically. r 555 Eddy st., Eagle apartments.
, CLAIRVOYANTS
A $5 trance clairvoyant reading for $1. ,;" • ,'
-'»•- HENRY MANSFIELD tells all; just what yon
> ;; . want to know, whom, when you marry, what
sickness I you "" have X who l con f cure % you. names,
, - dates secrets, spells, weakness: removes evil
' ; - conditions: ! long, full, f deep, dead i trance J read
ings: ~ palmist, ?'? astrologer, spirit medium;
hastens marriage, gives good luck: helps you In
love, ; divorce, business, mining, health law,
burled treasure. 1144 Market st. .;';.*
■,;■■:; FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND tl. a .;
A—IF you wish xto consult I a GENUINE | EGYP
TIAN CLAIRVOYANT, S one T. that lls t able Bto
F\ foresee the 1 most i remarkable j things, no matter
I what . they I are. do-not I fail Ito consult ■ tbe I MAR
■ VELOUS PRINCESS ZORAIPA: she tells your
I name and exactly what you I called for. positive
ly without asking a ques. Q special read.. 50c;
■ hrs. 10-9. 1843 1 Fillmore ; nr. Sutter; j closed ! Son.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted i clair. and | palmist:
SA* wonderful prophetess: s hours 10 to 10: ladies
50c. gentlemen ' $1. 1106 j DeTisadero ' near Turk.
JO^FT^S^AND^T^XRRH^
ONE WEEK FREE—For $2 we cure catarrh,
*-*! deafness, bronchitis, asthma. We make i from
'■''' herbs ?a 5 cure | for every I disease. S Samples free
'■-■■ by mail. 10c. HERB REMEDY CO.. 935 Mar
ket St.. rooms 201-2. . .
_____
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII kinds of dental work.
517 Fillmore st. near Oak. . . <WeBSBBS
-STAMMERING
! STAMMER? X Method I for cure explained f FREE.
M. L. HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
I **— ~ mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt
PH YSiCIANS >___
A ! SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN ;. v*-;;.'; %*;
| Reliable graduate physician; sure and i quick re
sults; Ino detention I from i home Jor occupation; I an
tiseptic and painless: consultation free. Room 3,
1025 1 Market bet. 6tb and 7th: hrs. 10-4. 6:30-9.
DISEASES S men I and I women specialty: I physician
surgeon. PENN DRUG CO.. 123 3d st. ; \
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MEDICAL ■ .
I v'AI.PEAU'S female i»llIs:^ best regulating pills
M •old; | price I $2.50 jby express: ff Jener syringe
■ and * tablets, price I $.>. iby express s only lon | re
?: ceipt sof price. fk OSGOOD | BROTHERS, whole
•gg sale dru?eists. 7th land t Broadway. Oakland.
CA TJ^HANDDEAFNESS_
EAR noises 1 positively cured; new; antiseptic; 1 !
week free to convince. | DR. COTTINOHAM,
expert • ear, nose, i throat. 821 \ Market, room 402.
ii i'"\ i "''■' ill ill. g ','.". .' .'-'. \' I"' ''gs;
_ ■ INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged: j manufacturer of Estncg
g| tricycle chair. 1714. Market i st.; tel. Park 2940.
?!_T^^?_??_!_?
S. F. Dog-Cat Hasp., 1371 Fulton nr. Broderlek;
animals treated, board; ambulance. West 8342.
I ««*?V<''? 3" - »■■;■< f- - ! .*.*>■:'',-:' ■-!':■'' - >•'-■"•.»» .'.' V-T.'* *•'<*&•'
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ST. MARGARET'S Maternity Home—Confinement
specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 341 East 14.th St., Oakland.
SHEPHERDS MATERNITY SANITARIUM. 1707
13th ay., Oakland—Mothers and girls received.
8. F. LYING-IN HOME. 1191 Oak st.—Adoption.
DR. LORD, res. phy.; conftnt. $25. Mrkt. 4469.
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8. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING C 0.,,307
Sutter st.; phone Kearny 5852 (BLUE W AGON)
—Carpets, rugs quickly, thoroughly cleaved on
door without removal." Estlmift" free.
ABSOLUTELY THE" BEST CLEANING. 9c YD.
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS..
1805 HARRISON ST.; PHONE MARKET 2-6-2.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work,
send your carpets to J. SPAULDING & CO.,
353 Tehama st.: Douglas 3084. Home J2347.
AA—NATIONAL Cermet Beating Works. Hamp
ton & Ballly. 344-348 Church St.: Market 180.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations, ren
ovating, laying. 550 Divisadero; ph. Park 569.
ANDERSON'S Transfer snd Storage Co.—Mov
ing, packing, shipping, etc.: trunks stored__l
days free. 983-1)87 Howard st.: Douglas 21 n.
WILSON BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, movlne.
packing, shipping. Removed to 1638 Market
st. near Haigbt: phone Park 271.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY—
Fireproof warehouses, 13th and Mission sts.
Phone Market 1314. or Home M 1313. __
PIERCE RODOLPH STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
St.: phones West 828. Home 82828
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ED UCA TION A L
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, mech_.
survey assay. cvanlde; day, eve.: estah. 1865.
Van der Nntllen school. 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
SPANISH. French: native teschers: quick, easy
method: conversation. 310 Union Square bldg.;
Phone Park 6144.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory.
after dinner and ext 'inpore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
ENGLISH school for foreigners. 2513 Bush St.;
phone Fillmore 021. Office hours. 5:30-0:30 pm.
FISKTEACHKRS' AGENCY. 2161 Shsttuck ay..
Berkeley. Cal.. room 4. Wright block.
ATTORNEYS
ADVICE FREE—No charge unless successful: flll
esses, al! business quickly and quietly attend
ed to: bankruptcy: general practice: open
every evening. 1028 Msrket St., room 12.
R. W. KINO, attorner st law. Grant bldg.. Mar
ket and 7th. room 320: nil eases; low fees; noth
ing In advance or for consultation. Ph. Mkt. 912.
ADVICE FREE: decrees, collections, bankruptcy
snd all law esses. 830 Market St.. room 602.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hess,
notary public. Room 709 Hearst building.
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKSTKLL. C. P. A.. 3d floor. CI bus
Spreckels (CalP building: phone Kearny 4151.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
AA—ARTHUR 1.. SEEK. Registered Patent Atty.
snd Mechanical Expert—U. S. and forelsn pat
ents solicited. Inventions perfected: our roe
chanica) and patent office drawings can not h*
equaled. 704-705 Foxcroft bldg.. 68 Post st.;
phone Dourias 157
PEWEY. STRONG & CO.—Founded 1ROO; U. S.
and foreign patents: Inventors' guides; 100
mechanical movements free. 911-916 Crocker
bnlldinir. San Francisco.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex examiner U. S. patent office:
U. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
11. C. SCHROEDER. patent, tradesmark attorney.
417 First National Bank building. Oakland.
COAST NOVELTY CO .2198 15TH ST.— TOOLS,
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
PENSIONS
M". H. SAMMIS. pension attorney—Pensions, back
pay: lost army papers secured. 3415 22d st.,
suite 28.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil.
Electrical. Mining. Architectural: day. eveu
:ig; established 1863. 425 McAllister st.
SA.\'~ ; FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 90S
Market st. imp. sth—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
B—si—si College. 1256 Market st.
FURS |
AD. KOCOUR. reliable furrier; repairing, remod
eling: dyeing at popular prices. 222 Monadnock
bldg. ; phone Douglas 3023.
BUT TONS AND PLEA TING
STEELE'S button works, 222 Ellis nr. Msson; ph.
Franklin 4521 snd C4s_l; mail orders solicited.
DRESS
DBB3B MAKING, designing, cutting, fitting and
ladles' tailoring thoroughly taught: N. Y.
branch Vienna In«t. • tailored shirtwaist pat
tern cut to mess. 25c. 305 Grant ay.. day and
eve.: phone Sutter 1494. Try our $10 course.
MADAME A. SILVAIN, fashionable French dress
maker; evening gowns a specialty at moderate
prices. 1557 California St.- near Polk. Phone
Franklin 2392.
McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School;
evening classes; patterns cut to order. 121
Geary st. near Grant ay.; Douglas 5731.
MMX, MADELEINE—ARTISTIC GOWNS; re
niodeling: stout ladies a specialty. 1615 Polk.
MRS. DUCKENFIELD.. cv.. street, house dresses.
2848 Steiner bet. Vallejo-Green: tel. West 6312.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay. and
East 12th St.. Oakland. Phone Merrltt 518.
CORSBTIERE
LADIES, get your corsets made to your measure
by an expert manufacturer of tailor made cor
sets. LA REVEIL CORSETRY, 3116 l«th st.
cor. Valencia.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
HAIR GOODS
NORMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
CIAL REDUCTION for switches, puffs, etc..
dur. Oct. and Nov. 2067 Sutter st. West 8783.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES^
AAA—DOUGLAS 3532, Home C466s—Best Jspa
nese. Chinese. Filipino help: sll kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 521 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 1731. —— 8-2615.
Japanese and Chinese employment office.
T. TAMURA & CO.. 1612 Laguna st.
GRANT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 531 Grant ay.
Chinese. Japanese and Filipino help: also cook
ing school. Phone Kearny 747.
C. D. KINNEY —Chinese employment bureau.-suc
cessor to J. Conn. Phone Donglss 3162. 785
Clsy st.
STAR Emp. Office—Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 1610 Geary; tel. West 167: S-2705.
HORI & CO.—Best Jspanese and Chinese help ef
all kinds. 1711 Post st.; West 2803. 8-2803.
ALL kinds of heln furnished with care, dispatch.
West 5688— OSCAR HATSUMI—ISI3 Geary.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
;_ FEMALE __
AMERICAN woman wishes situation as house
keeper or cook on ranch: neat; good cook.
MARTHA COWAN. 2361 Polk st.
EXPERIENCED young lady wishes a position as
a private exchange operator. Box 613. Call.
MIDDLE AGED lady, no encumbrance, will
manage apartment house or rooming house for
small apartment and small salary; best of ref
erences. Phone Park 2037.
WANTED—Position for cooking and general
housework by woman with child; references
exchanged. Box 754. Call office.
YOUNG lady wants clerical position: also switch
board operator; 22 years; wages $40 a month.
Box 791. Call.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
WALE
AS an around handy man wishes steady pesittea
as paper hanger or peHshe*; *«_" «»«>** with
tools; can also do carpenter work. Apply 932
Grayaon st.. West Berkeley.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
___ noed
AMERICAN, midle aged, not strong but active,
wants light work in private place: can milk
and care for horses- wages $13 per month.
Box 758. Call office. . -
BOOKKEEPER would like small set of hooks to
keep by contract, day or evening work. Box
7.1.1. Call office. .
CHAUFFEUR wants position in private family,
city or country: fully able to take care of car;
speaks English and German: age 22; best
references. Box 772. Call office.
CARPENTER wants Job; first claxx; sober; able
to take full charge; can furnish best refer
ences. C. C 4663 18th St.. S. F.
DAY BROS, will paper room. $2.50; tinting,
painting reas. 1683 Bnsh st. Franklin 5255.
ELDERLY, neat and clean man wants position
as night watchman or care taker, elevator
man. usher in a professional man's office, etc.:
absolutely sober, reliable and Industrious man
In perfect health. Box 779. Call office.
ELDERLY German wishes position on country
place; jjrjod vegetable gardener: can care for
chickens or horses. Box 787. Call.
EXPERIENCED whipping clerk with No. 1 ref
erence in general merchandise and mail order
work. C. "HOUGH. 781 Folsom st.
GRANITE AND MARBLE CUTTER.
Also carver, wants a situation In monument or
marble shop. Address JOS. HIMMER, box 82,
Marble, Colo.
LADIES' tailor, cutter snd fitter, desires posi
tion: thoroughly understand* the trade; best
of references. Box 583, Call office.
LANDSCAPE engiueer wants position, man
aging: or laying out place. Box 774. Call office.
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS.
A REALLY UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY.
1 have absolute faith In my ability to material
ly Increase your sales and profits. Inasmuch as I
have had 0 years' practical experience in every
branch of advertising and merchandising, espe
cially.as regards the creation and management of
systematic campaigns based on sound facts and
scientific analysis, which have in almost every
case been most successful. As to advertising—l
produce original, logical copy in any form or
style, and have a thorough knowledge of layout,
makeup, art work, type and printing. As to my
ability along merchandising lines. I should
like the opportunity to prove my knowledge of
practical salesmanship and organization. I am at
present employed, but desire a field wherein I
may exert my efforts to better advantage. My
character and references will be found satisfac
tory. Address box 700. Call office.
MARRIED man, 30. desires position, full knowl
edge of accounting, cost accounting, perpetual
Inventory, etc.: executive ability; fair pen
man: salary *100 to 8125. Rox 9°3. Call office.
OPTICIAN, state registered, desires position to
do optics I and clerical work in Jewelry store;
l»est qu«lificstlons and references. Address
box 7«9. Call. . _
POSITION wanted by married man as night
watchman: references If required. Box 956,
Call office. .
POSITION wanted by thoroughly competent
gardener: experienced In all branches: can
furnish b<»st of references. Box 785. Call.
PORTER, saloon, can tend bar. American, de
sires position Address S. P. C. 103 3d st.
TIRE repairer desires position. BERNARD
CROKFRTS. S<>o Montgomery nv.
WANTED Position as handy man by experi
enced young man of moral habits: can do
plumbing, carpentering, painting, auto repair
ing, auto driving; understands hot water and
steam heating thoroughly: also stock, and good
with team; can furnish references; have been
with niy present employer for the last 3 years.
Box 751. Call office
YOUNG man wants position as chauffeur valet,
houseman or in combination; best references;
will go anywhere. Box 762, Call."
YOUNG man, age 25, wants work: willing to ,
start at bottom, where there is a chance for
advancement: have good references; American.
Box 756. Call office.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAA —Telephone operators. Permanent positions
for young women and girls.
Salaries from $1 to $3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salaries paid while learning.
("all nt telephone building, PiDe and Steiner
sts., San Francisco.
Employment office open week days, 8 a. m.
to 8 p. m.
Sundays and holldavs. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Call or telephone West 7595, or Oakland 131.
SALESLADIES In a candy store: no experience
necessary: must be IS years of age and live
with parents or relatives: hours so arranged
thst clerks have a part of the day off duty;
wages $8 per week. Apply. 0:30 a. m.. Polk
and Sutter st«. GEO. HAAS A SONS.
WANTED —Millinery saleswomen: local experi
ence preferred: good opportunity to get tn
touch with us for positions in our new store.
Apply superintendent's office, ft Tuesday morn
ing. HALE BROS.. INC.. Market and 6th
sts.. S. F.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS OR OVER
ALLS FOR STRINtJ WORK DEPARTMENT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LFVI STRAUSS _ CO..
VALENCIA ST.. BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS.
AT MRS. REID'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
935 Market. sth floor, phone Sutter 3166 —
Woman for cleaning work, city hotel, $35. rm.
2 chambermaids, city «aotel $22 and found.
Woman for housework, country. $10 wk.. fd.
IF you are looking for a good position In any
particular line, file copies of your references
with The Call's free employment bureau and
we will assist you in securing employment.
Office hours 9 a m. till noon.
WANTED—Cash girls. Apply superintendent's
office Tuesday morning at ft. with schooling
certificates. HALE BROS., INC., Market and
6th sts.. S. F.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVV. P. V.. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 9«7 Market St..
second floor, near Empress theater.
WANTED —Nurse to assist In care of Infant and
do upstairs work: references required and
French girl preferred. Apply bet. 10 and 12
at 2419 Webster st.: phone West 1757.
YOUNG man, being a stranger, being alone and
wishing to learn English, would like to have
young lady as companion. Apply at 980 Jack
son st. from 10 to 12.
GIRLS. Ift years of age. for stock markers.
Apply superintendent's office, THE EMPO
RIUM.
GIRLS, 16 years of age, for cashiers and wrap
pers. Apply superintendent's office, THE EM
PORIUM.
THOROUGHLY experienced coffee maker; coun
ter cirl: oanfrv woman and linen girl. Apply
THE EMPORIUM CAFE.
GIRL to put up perfume In light and airy room;
84 per week beginning; steady advancement;
easy work. PAUL RIEGER. 116 Ist St.
WANTED—Csshgirls. Apply with schooling cer
tificates suot.'s office Monday morning at 9.
HALE BROS.. INC.. Market and 6th sts.. 8. F.
GET MARRlEl>—Thousands tired living alone:
all ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE. 2677
Mission st.
WANTED —Girl for presser; also one for polish
machine. One But. Iron Col. Laundry. 1399
York st. x
RELIABLE nurse for 2 children over 4; German
preferred; references required. Apply morn
ing, 2185 Pacific ay.
WANTED-Experienced restaurant waitress: no
Sunday work, ft Taylor st.
GIRL, 16 years of age. for hlller. Apply super
intendent's office. THE EMPORIUM.
WANTED—MiddIe aged lsdy to cook for gen
tleman and son in country. 2361 Polk st.
WANTED—GirIs over 18 years for laboratory
work: wages $1 per day. Apply 636 Pine st.
GIRLS for shelling almons and walnuts; pleas
ant, steady work. 122 Front st.
FIRST CLASS dress making help wsnted at 1407
Laguna st.
MALE HELP WANTED
WAGON BOYS: MUST BE 16 YEARS OF AGE.
APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE THE
EMPORIUM.
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WHY NOT LEARN THE BARBEB TRADE?—
We teach you In 8 weeks; pay wages while
learning: 10.000 positions furnished in 1911;
learn under the MOLER SYSTEM, and learn
right. Catl MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. 234
3d at. below Howard. Write for free catalogue. )
MALE HELP WANTED
i^___j^ n _ _
AND BRAKEMEN for
nearby railroads; $80 to $100 monthly: age 18
to 35; experience unnecessary; no strike: pro
motion to engineer, conductor; railroad employ- j
lng headquarters: no charge for assistance to
employment: state age; send stamp for applica
tion. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, box 650, Call
office.
WANTED —Cooks and waiters, bellboys, husboys.
elevstor men. theater ushers, male help only:
no fee charged; positions secured free. I am
placing men In positions every day: if you are
looking for work, come and see me; I "may be
able to ' place you. Apnlv after 12 o'clock,
19Vi Powell St., downstairs. See MR. DA
VENPORT.
BOYS wanted. 15 years of age. with bicycles;
can make $1.50 to $2 a day. 1461 Polk st. or
2581 Mission st.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
marrled men between ages of IS and 35: citizens
of United States, of goiid character and temper
ate habits, who can speak, read and write the
English lancuage. For information apply to Re
cruitlug Officer, 660 Market st., San Francisco,
Cal.
AT MRS. REID'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
935 Market. sth floor, phone Sutter 3166—G00d
2d cook. Bakersfield. $50 fd.: dishwasher and
waiter, city institution. $30, fd.; laundry, pan
tryman, dishwashers, waiters, porters on boats,
J.'io ami board.
GOOD opening for salesman of ability to handle
high class stock proposition highly Indorsed by
bankers and Board of Trades; no promotion
stock: no-salaries to officers; will furnish leads
to right party; give telephone number if pos
sible. Box 960. Call office.
BOYS wanted: 15 years' age; can earn $2 to
$2.50 day. 357 Pine st.
WANTED—Men and women to learn barber trade
nnder Cal. system: learn In a few weeks and
become an expert: may make $10 week while
learning: special rate to the first 8. CAL.
BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st. below Mission.
WANTED—Experienced watch maker and en
graver or general repair man: permanent posi
tion open for right party. Apply superintend
ent's office, S:.1o Tuesday morning. HALE
BROS.. INC.. Market and fith sts.. S. F.
START a home business that will bring you
$100 monthly. I made $8,500 first year with
same business; spare time; no canvassing: I
will show you how: Instructive book free.
VOORHIFS. desk 509. Omaha. Neb.
EXPERT presser for women's garments, altera
tion department: must understand cleaning and
have department store experience. Apply su
perintendent's office. THE EMPORTT'M.
WANTED—Experienced silk salesman: opportu
nity to become permanently connected. Apply
superintendent's office S::i6 Tuesday morning.
HALE BROS.. INT.. Market and 6th sts.. S. F.
WANTED—Three bright errand boys: permanent
l>ositlons. Apply superintendent's office. S:3O
Tuesday morning. HALE BROS., INC.. -Mar
ket and 6th sts.. S. F.
HONEST MAN with little money to run cigar
stand on water front; can make $150 and over
per month; exp. not necessary. 254 East st.
STEADY man In good money making business;
can make $150 a month: experience unneces
sary: $250 required. 787 Market st.. room 134.
MEN and women to learn harboring; wages while
learning; see us ahout tuition. INTERN A
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 790 Howard st.
WANTED—Young men to learn auto business;
demand irreat with big pay. PANAMA WEST
ERN AUTO EXCHANGE. 1465 Mission st.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d—200
hard finished rooms: large reading room: hot
water: rooms 25c a day. $1.25 and $1.50 week.
GET married —Thousands rich, all ages, tired liv
ing alone. Call or write MRS. HYDE, 2677
Mission st.
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS, 57th and Adeline
sts.. Oakland.
BTILORR, bark Calcutta. Japan ami return.
SHIPPING OFFICE. Steuart st.
WANTED.—Pie stamper for stationery. Apply
STIREVE &.CO. Post st. and Grant ay.
UNCALLED for and second hand shoes. 75c up;
shoes repaired while waiting. 103 .">d st.
AGENTS WANTED
WORK for yourself: make $50 to $75 every week:
Weaver of Oregon sold 40 in one day. profit
$24: Lowry reports. "Why. I actually believe I
could sell this article blindfolded and with a»
gag In my month": experience unnecessary sell
ing this self-wringing mop: 1"0 per cent profit;
sample free with first order: write today. U. S.
MOP COMPANY.'ISB6 Sfiss bldg.. Toledo. Ohio.
AGENTS, here's the best line of flavors, perfumes
and toilet preparations ever offered: no capital
needed: fine sample case furnished to workers:
write quick for full particulars. AMERICAN
PRODUCTS CO., 6223 Sycamore St.. Clncln
natl. O.
AGENTS just coin money sidling new Improved
hosiery, direct from mill, with our big adver
tislngoffer: yon can make J25 dally; everybody
buys; credit:* samples in leatherette esse free.
NEW IMPROVED KNITTING MILLS. Chicago.
FREE to advertisers: a liook to keep your rec
ords: If you are looking for results, use classi
fied section Boyces Weeklies; write using let
terhead record book. Dept. 6. 50S Dearborn
nv.. Chicago.
STREETMEN — Every progressive buys "Bnll
Moose Calls" on sight: only noise making cam
paign novelty out"; dime brings sample and
terms, or call at 353 10th St.. Oakland.
AGENTS getting rich selling wonderful luminous
crucifix; gives out mysterious light all nlgbt In
darkest room: big profits: free particulars.
CATHOLIC IMPORTING CO.. X 4. Chicago.
AGENTS learn about the profits made supplying
perfumes to families. Address LEFFLER &
CO.. Indianapolis. Ind.
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SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
TRAVELING salesmen wanted by a reliable Chi
cago wholesale house for Missouri. Oklahoma.
Arkansas. Texas and Pacific coast; must be
experienced in handling a line of ladies' and
men's jewelry, ladies' neckwear, belts, bags,
hair ornaments, hair goods, etc.; excellent op
portunity for the one who has a good follow
ing among the dry goods and general store
trade; line can be had now or January 1, 1913;
state experience and sales per year. Address
THE R W X COMPANY, 315 West Adams St.,
Chicago.
SALESMEN wanted; no experience reiulred; earn
while learning: write today for list of hun
dreds of positions now open, paying $1,000 to
$5,000 a year. Address nearest office. Dept.
503. NATIONAL SALESMEN'S TRAINING
ASSOCIATION. Chicago. New York, Kansas
City, Seattle, New Orleans. Toronto.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
FOR sale—2 chair barber shop: 2 living rooms
and bath; lease: reason for selling going east
to sick sister. Sec BECKEL A FRESHER,
60 fith st.
ASK your supply house for D. M. S.. used by ail
first class barber shops. Prepared by
DU PONT MFG. CO.,
453 Douglass st.
$400 —Half Interest test :; chair shop In city;
down town; rent $40: lease; receipts $85 week.
Investigate. FOSTER. 204 Westbank.
SEEI.Y has raised KANE! KANE will sell your
shop and cash your paper. Revolving POLES
and barber FURNITURE cheap. .194 Hayes st.
FOR sale—3 chair barber shop: reasonable: ac
count of other business. 523 Broadway, Oak
land.
BARBERS' UNION—Free emp. agency. R. H.
BAKER. Sec., 966 Market: tel. Franklin 85,8..
FOR sale—3 chair up to date shop and cigar
stand; owner will sacrifice; rent $25; lease.
2502 Telegraph by.. Berkeley,
WANTED —Barber shop In Plumas, Lassen or
Modoc com ties: 2 chairs and up, with bath.
Box 775. Call office.
WANTED —Union job by first class barber, any
where. 241 6th St., room 215; phone FRANK,
Douglas 2543.
SECOND HAND CHAIRS sacrificed; we need
room for new ones. BECKEL &. FRESHER,
60 fith st.
' ROCKSIDE "
Makes any rasor hone work just right. Try it.
BARBERS' Protective inion—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt:; tel. Kearny 5384.
2 CHAIR barber shop for sale. Apply corner
3d and Myrtle sts.. Oakland.
BARBER wanted at 1233 9th ay.. Sunset Dls".
trict: first class : bring tools.
PORTER wanted; must be good shiner. 381
Eddy. *
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1*57 FILLMORE ST.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
C*»nttnned ,^^^^^^~~~
FIRST class barber wanted; no other need apply
1803 Geary.
BARBER wanted; extra. Call after 9 o'clock.
| 1710 Devlsadero st.
$125 TAKES 2 chair shop across the bay; rent
$9; lease; sleeping room. FOSTER, 930 Mkt.
'"BAY WITCH" is the most delightful and cool
ing face wash made. BAUER'S. 59 OFarrell st
FOR sale —New, 3 white chair shop; 5 yeai
lease; terms. At BAUER'S. 57 O'Farrell st.
FOR sale—A 3 chair shop: 2 baths; a bargain
Address J. T. YOUNG, yuincy, Cal.
3 CHAIR barber shop for sale; good location.
693 Folsom st.
SEWING MACHINES—For Sale
SINGER. WHITE NEW HOME. DOMESTIC,
AUTOMATIC. McNALLY has them for leas.
New machines, all makes, $15 up.
Used machines, all makes, $5 up.
Repairing, half usual charges.
Renting..new models, $2 per month.
2064 Mission bet. 22d and 23d; M 3536. Miss. 200.
539 16th st. at San Pablo. Oakland: Oak. 1774.
AUTOMOBILES
SIX PASSENGER WINTON, IN THE BEST OF
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST.
CORNER WALLER.
I HAVE 4 new 1912 7 passenger cars, which I
will sell at reduced price for cash. These cars
will be absolutely guaranteed and will be ex
ceptionally good buys for real estate men.
Rent men or any one in need of a good 7 pas- V
seneer car address box 687, Call office. Jf
WE sold 9 cars this week and have just bought
14 more. We buy them right and can sell
them at very low prices; 2-4-5 and 7 passen
gers.
PANAMA WESTERN AUTO CO..
1645 Mission st.
AUTOMOBILE trimmings and lamps nickel
plated or baked enameled: reasonable prices;
prompt dellverv: we do it ourselves. BOESCII
LAMP CO., 1135 Mission st.
HOWARD, B passenger. 30 H. P.. new. 1346
26th ay.. Sunset District.
THE CALL EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITV
TION TO ADVERTISERS AND TO THE PUB
LIC TO USE ITS INFOMATION BUREAU
FOR GENERAL AND SPECIFIC INFORMA
TION OF ALL WANTS EXPRESSED IN ITS
COLUMNS. THE CALL INFORMATION
BUREAU IS AT ALL TIMES AT THE SE!!V
ICE OF ADVERTISERS AND THE ASSIST
ANCE OF THE PUBLIC.
NEW pianos and player pianos rented, lowest
prices; visit new bargain room or get bargain
list. KOHLER A CHASE. 26 OFarreH st.
PIANOS to rent: no cartage. BYRON MAUZY.
Gold Medal Pianos. 2."0 Stockton st.
TWO pianos; must be sold; $75 and $100. E.
BRANDT. 2223 Market st.
TYPEWRITERS & SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt type*!
of ail descriptions; expert repairing: type
ers inspected and rented: ribbons for all ma
chines; carbon papers and office supplies. 387
Bush St.; phones Douglas 411.'.. Home C 2319.
REBUILT $100 Remington No. 6. or Smith Pre
mler typewriter No. 2. guaranteed, for $36; $.1
per month. L. A. M. ALEXANDER. 512
Market st.
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange. 904 Broadway.
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriters.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
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INSECTS EXTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY THE IN
SECTICIDE CO., 657-659 Phelan building.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS^
LOWER THAN EVER
HOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN?
PORCELAIN 5 OR FT. BATH
TUB: 1 20x30 PORCELAIN ENAMELED
SINK; 30.GAL. BOILER: 1 SET 2 PART
TRAYS; 1 BEAUTIFUL PATENT TOIL
ET, EITHER IN MAHOGANY. GOLD
EN OAK. CHERRY OR WEATHERED
OAK, FOR $38.
WR|TE FOR CATALOGUE
P. E. O'HAIR. 857 MISSION ST.
NEW GALVANIZED SHEET IRON
100 TONS.
Flat or corrugated sheets.
All gauges. All sixes.
$3.50 per 100 pounds.
H. ROTH. 34 Fourth St.
WHITE and buff Orpingtons, black Minorcas,
Barred Rock pullets; also silver laced and
white Wyandottes, buff and white Orpington
hens. Get a "New Standard of Perfection,"
just out: everything for the poultry man at
STANFIELD'S, 3301 East 14th St., Fruitvale,
Oakland.
ARE you building or do you want to make 1m
provements on your home? If so don't forget to
call and see what the Chicago Housewreekltn;
can save you. comparing their prices to what
you have to pay elsewhere. A call at 23 Va
lencia will mean dollars to you. Phone Mar
ket 6655.
FOR SALE—NEW AND SECOND HAND carom
and pocket billiard tables, bowling alleys and
accessories: bar fixtures of all kinds; easy pay
ments. THE BRUNSWICK BALKE-COLLEN
DER CO., 767-769 Mission St.. San Francisco.
' SECOND HAND PIPE
Largest dealers In standard pipe and screw
casing; dipped; prices right; guaranteed first
class. PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main and Howard sts.
ALL sizes standard water pipe and screw casing
in second hand, hot aspbaltnm dipped; guaran
teed as good as new: large stock ready for
shipment. WEISSBAUM Pipe Wks.. 137 11th st
cowi cows cowf A
Dairy broke np, bunch of fresh cows, Al stock mr
5863 San Pablo ay., Oakland.
LUMBER and millwork at very low prices for
cash or on easy payments. GREATER CITY
LUMBER CO.. Army and Alabama sts.
FOR sale —50 yearling hens. 60 choice pullets; all
fine strain of Buff Orpingtons and will be fine
winter layers. Phone Oakland 9114.
"MOTIOGRAPH" moving picture machine. 1913
model HERE. Headquarters. EDWARD H.
KEMP. 833 Market st.. San Francisco.
FOR sale —Baldwin piano; cost $550: perfect
tone; not used 20 times; mnst sell: cash fSSO
2100 Hyde st., phone Franklin 6328.
SLIGHTLY damaged card tables. $1.25; regular
$2.50. 520 11th St.. opp. Hale's, H. SCHELL
HAAS' new location, Oakland.
GAS MACHINE—Davis acetylene generator: Too
lights; good condition; sell cheap A. RUS
SELL. 625 Market st.
CASH registers bought, sold.' exchanged or re
paired. ROYAL NOVELTY CO.. 004 McAllis
ter st.
NATIONAL electric ticket thrower cash register,
also detail and total adder- cheap. 579 Mc-
Allister st.
PLUMBING, gas and steam repairing done re- M
sonably. Call or phone 320 Sixth ay.; tel
Pacific 340.
LLEWELLYN setter pups with pedigree, SBKS
San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
EDISON AGENCY, moving picture machines and
stereoptlcons. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st.
SAFES, new and second hand, cheaper than
ever. THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 126 Folsom.
SAFE—Big 2d hand steel lined jeweler's safe"
Snap. 669 Mission St.. below 3d.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
HIGHEST prices paid for gents' second 'band "j
clothing. MCSIN, 57 Third st.; phone Kearn/4
DIAMONDS, pearls, bought at highest mavb»»
price; cash. SCHUMAN. 133 Geary at., r00m"24
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