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EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Second de-
gree. I
FRANK W. SMITH. Secretary.
MOUNT MORI AH Lodge No. 44. F. &A. Jk~
M.. 2135 Sutter st. —Special meeting vy I
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING at /V\
7:30 o'clock. First degree.
THEO. FROLICH, Secretary.
ORIENTAL Lodge No. 144. F. & A. M.— _fc ,
Officers and members are requested to •f\p
assemble in Golden Gate Commandery ■
hall. 2135 Sutter St.. to attend the
funeral service of BRO ALFRED HUNT RIS
JN'G TOMORROW at 1.30 p. m. Master Ma- :
relatives and friends invited.
O. L. BERRY, W. M.
A. S. HUBBARD. Secretary.
MORSE Lodge No. 257. I. O. O. F.— j*a__j_'/. i
Initiation THIS (WEDNESDAY) SXMk£ ;
EVENING, Oct. 16; 4 candidate
Members please attend. Visitors ""'*
cordially invited. Welcome hall, 7th and Mar
ket sts. H. .1. \\". SCHMIDT, N. G.
c. PRINT), Recording Secretary.
CONCORDIA Lodge No. 122. I. O. I
of the funeral committee will ,
please assemble «t the funeral
pariors of Theo. Dierks Thursday. November
17. to atten'l the funeral of our late deceased I
brother, J. Marxen. C. ROCLBA, R. S.
WILLIAM HOLDER. N. G. j
ACSTRIAN MILITARY AND BENEVO- _~_«*_" I
i.FNT Association will drill WEDNU.S- %5§M '
q-ifsiifi t cry Important ffHH
and to t:ik" uniform to participate with !
Krieger terein, Oct 27.
>. RAICEYICH, Captain.
JAMES WlF.sf. First Serjeant.
LOST AND FOUND
J IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING -Advertise it \
fl will be returned ta jroa if an hon- \
5< si juts,,-, finds it. Bernartable recoveries >
•rooghi afeevt every day through these? '
< IF VOL FIND ANYTHING \''
\ BRING IT TO THE ?
SAN F»-NC!SCO CALL \
I i.OST ANt- rOUND BUREAU. <
< THIRD AND MARKET STREETS. J I
laim check. Have it advertised. ) '
' Reclaina it if the owner does not. ? '
* i«i, LAW —People srbo tin<! lost articles) :
.are toiepwted iii knowing thai $be stati !
> is strict in requiring them to seek the own- J I
through advertls«M»e_t aod otherwise, c !
thai tailor* to Co >~. if proof can be s \
FOUND ana can be obtained by owner at tha
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL BYS..
northern district. TWENTIETH ST. and MAC- I
DONALD AY., RICHMOND: Aug. 22—Stickpia; :
market bag. Aug. 23—Man's hat; pkg. contain
ing clothfe*- Aug. 24—R01l of music; pair of '
pants. Aug. 25—Pair baseball shots. Aug. 27—
Bouoe pinfi.
tOi'.M) on coast line trains and qan be ob- i
tamed by the owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC j
COAST DIVISION DEPOT. THIRD and TOWN
SEND STS.: Sept. 20—Overcoat; drinking cup;
pair glove*; purse; book. Sept. 21 —Book on
Spanish. Sep'- 22—Pate overalls. Sept "Zi —Pil- ■
low; straw bat; lady's coat: handsaw.
FoL'Nl) In streetcars and caa be obtained by j
jwuer at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE, room !
(02. 83 SECOND ST.: *pt. 23— Handbag; 2
packages; 3 books: pair glove*; knife;
baby shoe: can haui; purs»; e»-1
Sept. 20—- Suitcase; 2 packages; 2 baud i
gtips; 4 purses; 2 cans paint; watch fob.
M> on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner from GENERAL BAGGAGB
AGENT, WESTERN PACIFIC RY-, FERB,_ j
BUILDING; Aug. 25—Lady's hand satchel. '
LOST AND FOUND
Continued . r
FOCND on train and fprrv. aud can be on
tamed by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROtTE FIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oft. 2—
Hammer; pr, gloves; pocket book; pkg. poultry
food; pkg. hose; tin folding lunehbox; roll musics! j
America; empty purse. Oct. 3—Pr. gloves;
child's handbag; 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 boot S. P.; pkg. old
magazines. Oct. s—-Bathing suit; bank book:
purse; overcoat; pkg. socks and handkerchiefs;
pkg. hinges; pkgs. collars. Oct. G—Key; box
stationery. Oct, 7 —Purse; book: pkg. kodak
photos; pkg. gloves and underwear; violin bow.
Oct. B—Single glove; brooch pi:i; 2 ladles' hand
bags; music roll; pkg. nightgowns; pair gloves;
pkg. box rice; neck fur; roll music; pkg. pair
rubbers. Oct. 9—2 single gloves; I pr. gloves;
commute; cardcase; elastic belt and buckle; Vi
il<)z. soiled collars. Oct. 10—One; 2 pr. gloves;
pkg. dress goods; handbag; single glove. Oct.
11—3 books; koda';: umbrella; pkg. tiling en ids:
pkg. corset; pr. glov-s: pkg. gloves; silver card
case purse. Oct, 12—Pkg. tooth paste, etc.: steel
square; pkg. shoes; pr. gloves; pkjr. rubber sole
shoes and shirt; pkg. skirt; envelope lace: mat
ting iKßChsex; pkg. Japaneae-Englisb reader;
lady's handbag; W. F. & Co. money order. Oct.
13—Roll rubber; book; umbrella; pkg. shoes;
sattease; pin, "Eagles"; extension basket.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION.
SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST.,
OAKLAND: Oct. I—Vise; lady's tan gloves; lady's
purse. Oct. 2—Lady's white belt; lady's black
purse; small package: lady's silver watch; brown
suitcase; lady's brown gloves, 2 pr.; blank book;
straw market basket: beauty pin; German book.
Oct. +—Large black note book: cake: bar
beauty pin stones on it. Oct. s—Pictures; glove;
small pin; fountain pen; 3 large photographs; 2
boxes shotgun shells; tel. basket; gray coat;
matting basket. Oct. 6—Ladies' handbag; pkg.;
pair pliers; small suitcase: watch fob; child's
blue coat. Oct. 7—Beauty pin. lady's black purse;
package: small suitcase; Odd Fellows' emblem.
Oct. B—Pr. lady's gloves; rubber tire; shopping
bag; package; white plums; lady's purse; breast
pin; pair glasses. Oct »—Beauty pin; brace*
i let, 4 pr. black hose; black lunch Uix; grip;
i sweater; package. Oct. 10.—Small black purse;
small package; pair hose; black glove; watch
fob; grip; lap robe; 2 bibles; pair black hose;
ribbon; gold bar pin: overcoat: pkg. white cloth.
Oct. H—Three purses: matting suitcase; pen
knife. Oct. 32—Small pkg. cloth: brown hand
bag; green suitcase: lunchbov. Oct. Vi —Book;
watch charm; music stand and case: 3 purses.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be o»»
♦alned by owner at SOt THERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Sept. 30 to Oct.
I—4 pkgs. clothing; roll of paper; small black
case; lunch box: soft bat; child's coat; book;
2 pieces brass casting; bundle of canvas; black
wallet. Oct. 2—Grip; lady's fnr; lunch box;
pair gloves; black scarf; roll music; straw suit
case; pkg. stationery. Oct. 3—Pkg. clothiug;
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 bixiks; 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 caset; sword; derby hat; pkg. papers.
Oct. B—2 books on chemistry; lady's handbag;
lady's belt; package of clothing; package of
cardboard; overcoat. Oct. lf>—Package of cloth
ing; fc-odak No. 2. Eastman; gent's cap; package
of cloth: roll of linoleum. Oct. 12-I.',—lady's
hnndb'ig; brown fur; pkg. clothing; red color
sweater; story book; 2 woman's gloves; lady's
black belt: blue v< il: gold rim spectacles; black
overcoat; gray vest; ,>kg. hardware.
FOiTND and can be obtained by owner at
POLK X DEPARTMENT. HALL OF JFSTICE
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS.: Oct.
2 -s<v.tal sacks of grain, found at 1636 Bryant
st.: lady's handbag, found at Haight and Stanyaa
sts.; sack of sugar, found in Fell st. between
Van Ness ay. uud Franklin st.; case of cocoa.
found at corner of Fillmore and Hermann sts.
[Oct. 3—Stamped newspaper wrappers, found at
Ellis and Market sts.; purse, found lv front of
Cliff house; small vice and lot of keys, found at
I Fifth ay. and Fulton st. Oct. 4—Dlapjo sd breast
pin, found on Mount Tamalpais. if owners will
cail at the property clerk's office of this depart
ment, at Kearny and Washington sts., and prove
I ownership the same will be delivered to them.
ARTICLES lost on the COAST FtrVISION re
I maining on hand at THIRD AND ToWNSEND
! STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled lor: Oct. 1-—
i Ring; package clothes; package hardware; o-?vr
ct.at: book. Oct. 2—Hat; pair gloves; overcoat.
Oct. J—Package clothes; umbrella. Oct. 4—L'tn
brella; package paper; roll plans. Oct. f>—pr.
lady's shoes; package cloth; package towelc;
knife; bathrobe: package toorh paste. Oct. H)—
Electric globe; lady's coat: suitcase; ring. Oct.
U—Parasol; pair overalls: rasot and brush. Oct.
12—Cake box; ban n; girl's hst; piece
leaihroklery: packag. pears; waist. Oct. 13—Sult
case. < <'t. 14-it ::. fee,
FOCND and can be obtained by ovrner nt
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY-FIRST
ST. and TELEGRAPH AY.. OAKLAND: Oct. I—
I 1 pair lady's gloves; basket. Oct. 2—Auto veil.
Oct. 3 —Stickpin. Oct. 4—Beauty piu. Oct. .">—
i Small purse; book (arithmetic); suitcase; man's
! hut. Oct. 6—Grass handbag; book; brass lamp;
lunch basket. Oct. 7—Lunch grip; knife. Oct"
i -Baseball glove. Oct. 9-Pkc. (Mrs. BrtttaoL
i Oct. 10—Small purse; 2 books, "Socialism";
pkg. books, Oct. 11— Cane.
POIND and can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY, CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA STS.: Aug. 13— Dia
mond breastpin; pearl handle kails; get of Ulaa
teeth, I
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 191*2.
LOST AND FOUND
Contiawed
FOtND and can be obtained by owner at SAN !
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS, eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH AY.
(TiU EAST FOURTEENTH J« ST., OAKLAND:
Dot. I—Bucket with g overalls, hammer: ft pkg.
>veralls: a lady's a purse; jf school f. pin. Oct. 2—
Smell suitcase; heads; purse; basket j dry goods.
Oct. 3—Gloves; I stocking i;? fur; I basket; j book; um
brella. Oct. 4—Satchel with i clothing; } bundle ;of
clothing; I pocket i knife; f pair cloves; j pin. Oct. 6
—Hand s satchel; telescope ; basket; ' suitcase. Oct.
9— Muffler; j pin; I pair gloves. Oct.. 11—Telescope
basket; lunchboi; muffler; book; purse; box of
■ollars. Oct. 12—Handbag; I pocket J light; | scarf
iln: | shawl; f prayer book; § gloves; | pkg. of old
Moth. Oct. 13 —Telescope basket; f bucket m and
•ap; ? handbag; \ fur; | kodak. Oct. 14—Market bag;
tiundle; J hat; i ring; purse; lunch \ basket. B |i^gg^i
ff* FOUND and f can be obtained Iby owner at;
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE * RAILWAY. CORNER
rrvnP j and i CALIFORNIA STS.: I Oct. flSto 1 5—
1 S bible; 1 alligator band baa; ;1? lady's » glove;
II lady's veil; 1 bottle listerine; Sl* pair baby's
gloves: 1 small red ■' purse; s1 5 small * bl*<*tc purse;
1 j checkbook * Wells ' Fargo Nevada National bank.
LOST—Package unfinished hand painted china
dishes, from S, P. train No. 41. arriving at
" Third and Townsend sts. 8:20 Tuesday morn-
Single Liberal * reward <-' for S return ■ of ; same 3 to '■
S. B. SRGER, Bnrllngame, OaL |
LOST—In " vicinity of Polk and Pacific. Tuesday,
5:30 p. m.. hand satchel containing bank book,
B keys, 1 spectacles, box ? Jewelry. Reward Jat i 2040
Poll: st. /Printer. ■ " ' , '
SCHOOL pin (Medico Chtnirgfcal hospital. Phila
-3 delphia'; size of 1 50c * piece: name I Paqnlt 1 Soler
&on back. Please - return ; LETTERMAN GEN
ERAL HOSPITAL. Presidio. ;''&<..;;; '." ■ >■•'
LOST— Valuable Is diamond ? ring, on ferry ?, thor
oughfare. $100 §f reward and no questions
asked. IUS San Antonio ay., or phone Ala
meda 2311. . - ' '.
LOST—Oval Bgate. from watch fob. on Haight
st. ear or * Fillmore. "• Finder please return to
134 Fulton st. G. W. WILLARD.
LOST—Knife edge bar pin s set with one diamond.
Return to 132 Washington st. Reward. -
J3USINESS |
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print ille
gitimate advertisements. If ' any i reader can
', furnish information that any f advertisement in
tliis j column Is not legitimate sent It to The
Call in confident, and if found correct the
; advertisement will be discontinued.
A.—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
p""v~.-All diseases cured;' strictly confidential; ' con-
S sultation free: hours 10-S. Sundays 10 5. DRS.
CHAN & CHAN HERB CO.. l»Di Sutter st.-■';
101 POST ST. R. 202—DAILY. 10 A. M. TO ft
P. M.: ELECT. 'TUB; VAPOR HERB BATHS;
"t EASTERN MASSEFSE AND MANICCRE.
AA—WIGS, toupees, ISOH Fillmore st/Ji Gentle
men's d<-pt., 2271 * California. Est. ISfil. G.
.-, LEDERER. Mr. Lederer In charge. Worlt guar.
MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
ment; Van's Mexican hair restorer: select pat
. ' ronage only. 215 O'Farrell st., S. F., office -5.
N. Y. HAIRDRESSING" PARLOR; OPEN EVEN
m INGS; ; switches, puffs, psyches; J pin curls made
25c up. 2055 Sutter near Fillmore; West ISSO.
GERMAN . nurse J, wishes T a few ; more engagements
• for massage, manual ior sr,5 r , vibratory; s Nauheim
:' bath. 020 f Hyde ; st., between ,' Geary i and % Post.
DRCGLESS ; method—Chiropractic dielectic, elec.
'i-; light cabinet; 1 bra. 10-0. Ph. W. 8015. 1415
O'Farrell st. Cars 20-21. , >.'■ .;, '■'p'-v l ''.- ■;
MASS.. ancient meth.; * nerve spec. Madam Sparta,
2084 O'Farrell St.. nr. Divisadero. West \ 6138.!
VVFLLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP rT R EAT
MENTS. 10fi5 s MISSION ST.. ROOM ■">.
"ORTEZ—Thermal '4. baths, salt '■: glow, elec. vlb.
818 Van ; Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203: hrs. 11-10.
LOUISE < PASCO, eastern ! massage and ! elect, vib.
% treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st..: hrs. 10 to 10.
MRS. ANDREWS, professional nurse, masseuse;
Vphysician's references. 725 Turk st.; hrs. 12-7.
MISS O'BRIEN has just returned from the east
;with . her new scientific treatment. 2022 Sutter.;
FRANKLIN Electric s Institute. 535-536 ? Whitney
s bidg.. 133 ' Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
MASSAGE—EIec. * and vib. treats, for rheum, and
nerves. 1122 Market st. opposite 7th. room 3.
ELECTRIC needle specialist; 11 years' practice.
Mrs. Morean. 1464 Sutter, opp. Hotel Normandle
STEAM and dry : : hot air baths for colds and
If rheumatism: J manicuring. 1114 !■ Devisadero st.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face and scalp treat
ments. 34 Ellis st.. rm. 310; hours 1-10 p. m.
MISS CCKSAN —Sulphur red'g ; baths, mag. wave
%■ vlb., elect, | treat, for rheumatism. 2022 Sutter.
NEWLY ; opened 6 chiropody I and massage ; parlors;
lady .' operator. ;, 1507 $ Fillmore jst.l;- Cars 20 21.
MISS !F. ROGERS, late of s Chicago, masseuse—
a Scalp treatment. Room 301. 34 Ellis st.
HOT Bait f water baths, alcohol, oil treatments.
423 15th st.. Oakland. Private: no sign;'^.^ ■'-?.%
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse: open Sunday, 10
,3* to 10. 407 Westbank bidg.. 830 Market st.
KIIEIMATISM treated by Japanese : masseur
with dry hot air bath. 1765 Geary st.■
GERMAN herb capsnle for women: ;no operations.
1524 Pacific ay.. Alameda. Bay station.
UP TO DATE » bath nnd massage I parlors: elec.
' vibra. treat. --i 1012 s * Fillmore st.. office 17.
MATRIMONIAL
MATRIMONIAL paper: many wealthy: " many
marriages. MRS. BELL, 1815 Magnolia ay..
Los Angeles.
MARRY —Thousands tired living alone: all r ages;
eg call or write, , MRS. \R. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
WIDOW. 30, comfortably situated,';, would marry.
S.. box 35, League. Toledo. O.
WspirTti!aljsm~J ".^""v
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium; ? con
*yssultation $1 at her home. ; 1164 = O'Farrell: by
letter, 4 questions. $1. Phone Franklin i 6722.
REV. CHARLOTTE E. KTTNZ—Reading dally:
circle every night. We; tests to all, 1452 Ellis,
nr. Webster: ? development class ev.Thurs. night.
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.: con. dally. 10-4:
circle only Sun.. Wed., Frl.. 8 pra '439 Fillmore
JOHN 'k SLATER circle tonight, 8 sharp. Van
Ness hall, 222 Van Ness ay. Tests to all.
■!'
YOGA PHILOSOPHY
HINDI? Yoga Philosophy (religion! gives yon
p health, prosperity,* happiness: »classes i and t, lec
tures. PROF, MONROE. 027 Clay St.. Oakland.
ASTROLOGY WMmk.
MISS STARR, astrologlst, reads your full life
scientifically. 555 Eddy st.. Eagle apartments.
CLAIRVOYANTS .■ _
A $5 trance clairvoyant reading for $1.
HENRY MANSFIELD tells all: just what you
% want to know. whom, when yon marry, what
sickness ; you have who can cure j you, names,
dates, secrets, spells, weakness: removes evil
conditions: : long, ■ foil, deep, dead trance read
ings; palmist, :' astrologer, spirit medium;
tehastens • marriage, gives f good ; luck; I helps you iln
love, divorce, business, mining, health law,
buried treasure. 1144 1 Market st.
-' . . FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND »l;lt£_^|i,
A—IF you wish""to consnlt a GENUINE EGYP
TIAN CLAIRVOYANT, one tfca.. is able to
foresee the most remarkable tlnngs, no i matter
what they are. do not fall to consult the MAR
VELOCS i PRINCESS 1 JSORAIDA: 5 she tells ! your
name I and I exactly what ; yon called for. positive
mly without asking s ques.; special read.. 50c;
. hrs. 10-9. 1843 Fillmore nr. Sutter; closed Son/
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted f cialr. and palmist:
Mal wonderful % prophetess: S hours !10 to 10; | ladies
50c. gentlemen ; $1. 1106 Devisadero near Turk.
DEAFNESS AND CATARRH
ONE I WEEK ', FREE—For *$2J we care " catarrh,
>S deafness, bronchitis, asthma. We Ima Ice 1 from :
*£' herbs !a % cure | for S every J disease. * Sample* * free
by mall, 10c. HERB REMEDY CO., 935 4 Mar
f| ket st. /. rooms 1 201-2. , -, s *^''^
:\
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII kinds of dentisl work.
11 517 Fillmore ' at. near Oak. ; ' '^Sgfeffi
M
STAMMER? a Method f for 3 cure explained ; FREE.
gM*-JLrf HATFIELD. 191.8 Grove, Oakland, Cal.
PHYSIOANS
A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
*?. Reliable ! graduate physician; j sure and ; quick re
sults; no detention from | home ior occupation; an
tiseptic and ! painless; consultation free. Room 3,
1026 Market ; bet. 6th j and 7th; | hrs. 10-4. 6:30-9.
DISEASES ! men and women ! specialty; pbysiclau
surgeon. PENN DRUG CO.. 123 3d at,
EAR ' noises j positively cured; uew; antiseptic; 5 1
weak f free |to I convince. DR. COTTTNGHAM,
|| expert ear, cose, throat. 821 Market, room 402.
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JWAUDJJHAIRS
SOLD, rented/exchanged: manufacturer of Eames
tricycle chair. 1714 Market St.; tel. Park 2940.
S. F. Dog-Cat Hosp., 1371 Folton nr. Broderiek;
animals treated, board; ambulance. West 8342.
ST. MARGARET'S Maternity Home—Confinement
specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 341 East 14th St.. Oakland.
SHEPHERD'S MATERNITY SANITARIUM. 1707
13th ay., Oafciand—Mothers and girls received.
S. F. LYING-IN HOME, 1191 Oak st.—Adoption.
DR. LORD, res. phy.; confmt. $25. Mrkt. 4469.
___£ARPE
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
Sntter St.; phone Kearny 5852 (BLUE WAGON)
—Carpets, rugs quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
floor without removal." Estimntw free.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST CLEANING. 8c YD.
DEAL DIRECT WTTH RICE'S CARPET WKS.,
1805 HARRISON ST.: PHONE MARKET 2-6-2.
WHEN yon become disgusted with poor work,
•end your carpets to J. SPAULDING A CO..
63$ Tehama st. j Douglas 3084. Home J2347.
AA—NATIONAL Oerpet Beating Works. Hamp
ton & Bailly. 344-348 Church st.; Market l.sQ.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations, ren
ovating, laying. BSD Dlvlsadero; ph. Park 569.
ANDERSON'S Transfer and Storage Co.—Mov
ing, packing, shipping, etc.: trunks stored 3
days free. 985-987 Howard St.; Douglas 2177.
WILSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage, movlnsr. |
packing, shipping. Removed to 1636 Market
st. near Haight: phone Park 271.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY—
Fireproof warehouses, 13th aud Mission sts.
Phone Market 1314. or Home M 1313.
BEKINS^
OF COURSE.
1130 Broadway near 12th «t.. Oakland.
PIERCE-RODOLPH STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
st.; phones West 828, Home 52828.
EDUCATIONAL
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, meeh..
survey assay. rvanlde: day. eve.: estah. 1865. j
Van der Nnillen school. 51st and Tel.. Oakland, j
ETHEL COTTON STT'DIO of expression: oratory,
after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt. J
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 Slmttuck ay., j
Berkeley. Cal.. room 4. Wright block.
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ADVICE FREE—No charge unlesa successful: all
cases, all business quickly and quietly attend
ed to; bankruptcy; general practice: open
every evening. 1058 Market st.. room 12.
R. W. KING, attorney at law. Grant bidg.. Mar
ket and 7tb. room 320: all cases; low fees; noth
! ing in advance or for Ph. Mkt. 012.
ADVICE FREE: decrees, collections, bankruptcy
and all law cases. 830 Market St.. room 602.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hess,
notary public. Room 709 Hearst building.
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL, C. P. A., 3d floor. Clans
Spn?ckels (Call) building; phone Kearny 4151.
TTORNEYS _
ARTHUR L. RLEE. registered patent atty. and
mechanical expert; U. S. and foreign patents
solicited; inventions perfected: promptness and
accuracy guaranteed; our mechanical and patent
office drawings can not be --equaled. 704-705
Foxcroft bidg.. 68 Post St.: tel. Douglas 157.
DEWEY. STRONG U CO. -Founded I860; U. 8.
and foreign patents; inventors' guides; 100
meehanlcal movements free. 911-916 Crocker
building. San Francisco.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office;
U. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bidg.
H. C. SCHROEDER. patent, trad?*roark attorney.
417 First National Bank building. Oakland.
COAST NOVELTY C 0..'2108 15TH ST.—TOOLS,
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK. *
_JJ
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
Electrical. Mining. Architectural; day, even
ing; established 1863. 425 McAllister st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 908
Market st. opp. sth—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business College. 1256 Market st.
FURS __
AD. KOCOUR. reliable furrier; repairing, remod
eling; dyeing at popular prices. 222 Monadnock
bidg.; phone Douglas 3023.
BUTTONS AND PLEATING
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis pr. Mason: ph.
Franklin 4521 and C 4521: mall orders solicited.
DRESS MAKING _
DRESS MAKING, designing, cutting, fitting and
ladles' tailoring thoroughly taught; N. Y.
branch Vienna Inst.- tailored shirtwaist pat
tern cut to meas. 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
modeling; stout ladles a specialty. 1615 Polk.
MRS. DUCKENFIELD.. cv.. street, house dresses.
2848 Steiner bet. Valleio-Green; tel. West 6312.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay. and
East 12th st., Oakland. Phone Merritt 518.
HAIR GOODS
NORMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
CIAL REDUCTION for switches, puffs, etc.,
dur. Oct. and Nov, 2067 Sntter st. West 8783.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
AAA—DOUGLAS 3532. Home C466s—Best Japa
nese. Chinese Filipino help; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 521 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 173 L S-2615\
Japanese and Chinese employment office.
T. TAMURA & CO., 1612 Laguna st.
GRANT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 531 Grant ay.
Chinese. Japanese snd Filipino help; also cook
ing school. Phone Kearny 747.
C. D. KINNEY'; —Chinese employment bnreau,-snc
cessor to J. Conn. Phoue Douglas 3162. 785 |
Clay st.
STAR Emp. Office—Japanese-Chinese help. W
KODATA, JOlO Geary; tel. West 167; S-2706.
HORI & CO.—Best Japanese and Chinese help of
all kinds. 1711 Post st.: West 2803. 8-2803.
ALL kinds of help furnished with care, dispatch.
West 6688—OSCAR HATRUMI -1513 Geary.
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THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
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EMPLOYMENT WANTED
________ KEMAJUK
AMERICAN woman wishes situation as house
keeper or cook on ranch: neat; good cook.
MARTHA GOWAN. 2*61 Polk St.
COMPETENT, reliable middle aged woman, good
plain cook, weald do small wash, wishes house
work in private family. Call 2M Minna nr. 3d.
JAPANESE girl wants position, small private
family, as v-.-aiU-r and at housework; competent,
lovable disposition aud good natured. MINA,
phone Fillmore 1140.
MIDDLE AOED lady, no encumbrance, will
manage apartment house or rooming bouse for
small apartment and small salary; beat of ref
erences. Phooe Park 2037.
MIDDLE aged woman, capable and refined,
wants work as lady's maid or companion to
elderly lady. Box 927. Call office.
NEAT woman would like a few confinement
cases. Please call 1283 Florida st.. nr. 25th.
PRACTICAL nurse wishes position as nurse or
eoin'miiion. 1438 McAllister. Phone West 7081.
POSITION wanted by a young lady with two
rears' experience as biiler. copyist and other
office work. Box 971, Call office.
THOROUGHLY experienced, attractive young
woman solicitor will consider opening along
similar line, it proposition carries soma sal
ary. Box 874, Call office. 1
EMPLOYMENT WANTED j
X X t>--Co nll liu^^^^fe^t
WANTED—Position for cooking and general
.. housework by woman with child; references
exchanged. Pox 734. Call oftlce. •., ,j£glaggg
WANTED—By a competent f German lady, a posi
tion I as § housekeeper f lady's g maid S or a nursery
- governess. Address E. HOFFMANN, Y. W. C.
A.. 1249 O'Farrell st. ■ ■£%&&« |
YOUNG lody. neat appearing and '■'■<. thoroughly
31 competent stenographer, wishes position. Box j
.-■-■ 920 « Call office. - /■•»!« |
YOUNG lady wants f clerical position; also switch
; ~; board operator; 22 years; wages $40 a J month.
ti Box 791. Call. '-'SPrRf
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
tfpjpff! MALE > <%s&**\
I AMERICAN, ." midle . aged, not ' strong but I active,!
i wants light work In private place; can milk
and care for horses; wages $15 per month.
' Box ; 758.; Call : office. . - ~.Hfig_|p
, __—i 1 ' —
I CARPENTER Wants Job; first class; sober; able
[ |S* to |, take ♦ full % charge; 8 can 4* furnish | best I refer- j
| ences. • C. C. 406.1 18th St.. S. F.
| DAY BROS, will | paper room, $2.50: tinting,
[ jjf painting I reason 1663 » Bush _t_B Franklin j 5255.
I ELDERLY German wishes position on country
M place: good J vegetable i gardener: I can ?' care | for i
I chickens or horses. . Box 787. Call.» ;M_^2*Jj
EXPERIENCED shipping I clerk with No. 1 ref-
H erence 1 in s general « merchandise J and I mail f order
[-;■ work. O. HOUGH, 7RI Folsom st. - ,;{_33Ss
j FIRST class Japanese laundry man wants a po
, sition in a family; wages $40 up. V Phone West
62f>0. K. HARRY. i - .•&&&&
GARDENER-—Middle aged, experienced lawnmak-
I..ing. propagation f and care h shrubbery, flowers
| and vegetables: s,' handy ;'. with :•■ tools; ;,- best I ref
j \£. erences. Box 975. Call. - i-'Sffelfi
- , I ..
GRANITE AND MARBLE CUTTER, ' ' !
I Also I carver, wants a : situation in .; monument \or
! marble shop. Address JOS. HIMMER. ; box 82,
' Marble, Colo.
; LANDSCAPE I engineer wants position. man- I
aging or lavivs out place. Boy 8 774. Call office. ;
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS.
A REALLY UNUSUAL OPPORTCNTTY.
I have absolute faith In my ability to material
ly Increase your sales and profits, inasmuch as I
have had 49; years' practical f experience iin every
branch of advertising J and merchandising, espe
cially as regards the creation and management of
. systematic j campaigns i based on \ sound J facts 1 and
scientific ft analysts, which :f have in ¥ almost every,
,case been most ' successful. • As ito advertising—l
; produce > original, logical copy in any form or
I style and have ?«;, thorough knowledge of layout,
makeup, art work, type and printing. As to my
ability along merchandising 3 lines, ',?1 ; should
: like the opportunity to. prove my knowledge of
oractleal salesmanship and organisation. I >m at
i present employed, ! but ? desire I a field £ wherein 3 I
i may etert my efforts to better advantage. My
character and . references will be found % satisfac
tory. Address box 790. Call office.
MARRIED i man. 30. 1 desires '■ position, full f knowl
p edge of accounting, cost * accounting, perpetual:
j£ inventory, ;*| etc.. :i executive '■■■ ability; j 1 fair pen
llf man: salary; $100 to $125. Box 933. Call office.-^
. —, ___ . ..,
' MAN with v good : references j wants 1 work of any J
; kind: good all round mechanic. '? Box 956, Call.
OPTICIAN, state * registered, desires I position <! to
|| do f optical * and ? clerical s work {in > jewelry store/
lx»st qualifications and references. Address
box 789. Call. ■"' " -TSBBftaS
PHOTOGRAPHIC printer, young »man;! 3 s years'
•It experience ias \ professional. Address ■O. SEKI,
j 1415 Geary st. ;
PORTER, saloon, can tend bar. American, : de
15*sires ; position Address ;8;l P. ■C, • 103 f3d st^U
SOBER, Industrious man with family wishes po
sition as night i watchman lin city: I first class |
city references. Address SAM McKEE, 1008
Golden Gate ay. Phone West 9400.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAA—Telephone f operators. ' ( i Permanent positions
for young women and girls.
. Salaries from $1 to $3 per day.
l||§ Extra * pay J for evening J and ,• night work.
Salaries paid \ while learning. I ■&.*®s^ggi
Call at telephone building. Pine and Stei'.ier
sts.. San Francisco. ;
Employment office open week days. 8 a. m.
to 8 p. m. . : ;■-<.'";
Sundays and holidays, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Call or telephone West 7505, or Oakland 131.
WANTED—CASHGIRLS OF NEAT APPEAR
ANi-E. 15 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE. . WITH
-'- SCHOOLING ft CERTIFICATES. APPLY SC
*. PERINTENPENTS OFFICE, 9 A. M.
"j WEDNESDAY. HALF. BROS.. INC., MAR
KET AND 6TH STS.. S. F. ■■'•• .;
W.VNTET)—MILLINEL 7 SALESWOMEN: LO-
P CAL EXPERIENCE PREFERRED: GOOD OP
*SPORTUNITY TO ; CET IN TOCCH WITH TS
FOR POSITIONS IN OCR NEW STORE. AP
m PLY SIPT.'S i OFFICE. WEDNESDAY MORN
ING. 9 O'CLOCK. HALE BROS., INC., MAR
KET AND 6TH STS.. S. F. __ '^WS^
WANTED—SALESWOMEN FOR HOUSEHOLD
DEPARTMENT. APPLY f ST'PT.'S OFFICE,
*i WEDNESDAY MORNING. 9 ! O'CLOCK. HALE
; BROS., INC.. MARKET AND 6TH STS.. S. F.
AT MRS. C. REID'S Employment Office. 833 Mar
fp ket st.. sth I floor: I phone ; Sutter 3160—Chamber
H maids. 30 4 rooms: 'k experienced % chamber maid,:
If. city $22 • and \ found: I girls ' for factory work, no:
|f ext>erience necessary, good % wages, piece work,
•> ? $12 1 week: girls v mid 1 women for ? general house- \
work. $20 to $t0 and found.
SEWING M MACHINE OPERATORS OR » OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: taft PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS & CO..
HVALENCIA ST.. BETWEEN 13TH AND 1 14TH.
;.MR. UAVISL a •.;•; ;\- ; /st,='.-^;.;>:,*-"v^-^-*.l*s<^sj*
IF yon are looking for a * good ; position lin any
particular line, file copies 'of,! your references
||i with The 1 Call's | free 1 employment S bureau | and
M we % will I assist | you 1 In ;* securing 5 employment.
%-, Office * hours 9 . am. v till • noon. _?,' 5 -'^^M^l
LEARN HAIR >; DRESSING — The lift FAMOUS
PEAVY. P. V.. SYSTEM. : Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market St..
; second floor, near Empress theater. . i
YOUNG man, being »af stringer, being \ alone » and |
j * .'■ wishing Ito i learn 1 English, 5 would '■' like >'. to have
•'*' young lady as companion. Apply at 980 Jack
son st. from 10 to 12.
; GIRLS j and women I for factory j work; I opportunity
• to learn pood trade snd fair wages while ; learn
ing. See MR. LEVAN. business office The Call.
lift a. m. to 12 noou. ' <&jR&»
GIRL over 15 years for office work: neat; ref
erences. Apply to St. Anthony's Hospital, 827
Rrush st., Oakland. ~;?&sm>
GIRLS. 16 years of age. for stock markers.
Apply superintendent's office, THE EMPO
RIUM.
GIRLS, 16 years of age. for cashiers and wrap
's' pers. Apply superintendent's ' office. THE I EM
PORIUM.
I GET MARRlED—Thousands tired living alone:
all ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE, 2677
Mission st. . ie4Sm s
i WANTED —Girl for pre«; also ; one 'I for polish
macnine. - One But. Iron Col. Laundry, 1309
Vort «t. ; •■
■ WANTED —Middle aged ;r : lady to rook i 4 for gen
tleman and son In country. 2561 Polk st.
WANTED—Oris to face dried = fruits. Apply fore
|S lady. GUGGENHEIM ft CO.. f 1301 Sanaoote st.
,EXPERIENCED glove & fitter. Apnlv superin
tendenfs office, THE EMPORIUM._.''^_EJKSS
WAITRESS, no experience. $9 week. 11 Riteb \
st. between 3d and 4th near Folsom.
MISSION BRANCH OF I THE 1 CALL, ' BLAKE'S ,
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST. ; r~^r.&'-i |
9 MALE HELP WANTED
WAGON BOYS; MUST BE 16 YEARS OF ACE.
ArPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. THE
EMPORIUM.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED S WATCH MAKER
AND ENGRAVER OR GENERAL REPAIR
iiMAN: PERMANENT POSITION OPEN FOR
RIGHT PARTY. -4 APPLY RUPT.'S OFFICE
j I WEDNESDAY MORNING. 9 O'CLOCK. HALE
BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND 6TH STS.. S. F.
. WANTED—EXPERIENCED * SILK I SALESMAN:
OPPORTUNITY TO I BECOME PERMANENT
LY ! CONNECTED. APPLY SIPT.'S OFFICE
WEDNESDAY MORNING. 9 i O'CLOCK, HALE
< BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND 6TII STS.. S. F.
W I BOYS « FOR f>UR~D ELI V- j
ERY DEPARTMENT: GOOD SALARY. AP
PLY RUPT.'S OFFICE WEDNESDAY MORN
• ING, ■9 ' O'CLOCK. HALE BROS., INC., MAR
KET AND 6TH STS., S. F.\,/ ;-' ~>. ~mmM
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS, 57th, and Adeline ;
sts., Oakland. -. -/ - ,<" , , - :
. , .. . .. . ..,"*," *. .'-"-I-.*'.'
MALE HELP WANTED
C*_ti - ujejd^^^_^^^^~~-s~>
WANTED- BRIGHT YOUNG MEN WITH SOME
EXPERIENCE IN HANDLING HQ*K™™?2
GOODS AND CROCKERY. APFL\ *LFA- «
OFFICE WEDNESDAY MORM ,£VWirr
O'CLOCK. HALE BROS., INC., MARK*.!
AND 6TH STS.. S. F. __
YOUNG MEN Tf» *£**;
IX>AD CROCKERY AT CARS. *WT.»
SCPT.'S OFFICE. «TH ST. BNTRAM &.
WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8 O'CLOCK. BAW
BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND_6TH STo.. »_Jj
WANTED—Cooks and waiters, bellboys, busbovs.
elevator men, theater ushers, male help oniy.
no fee charged: positions secured free. I am
placing men in positions every day; if yon are
looking for work, come and see me; I way ne
able to place you. Apefe after 12 o cloeK.
19*4 Powell st., downstairs. See MR. va-
VENPORT. ____——
WHY NOT LEARN THE BARBER TRADE?—
We tesch yon In 8 weeka: pay wages while
learning: 10.000 positions furnished in ltfit.
learn nnder the MOLER SYSTEM, and learn
right. Call MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. 2.»4
3d st. below Howard. Write for free catalogue :
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN for
nearby railroads: $80 to $100 monthly: age 18
to 35; experience unnecessary: no strike: pro
motion to'engineer. conductor: railroad employ
ing headqußrters; no charge for assistance to
employment: state age; send stamp 'or applica
tion. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, box 650, Call
office. -
BOYS wanted. 15 years of age. with bicycles;
can mnke $1.50 to $2 a day. 1461 Polk st. or
8381 Mission st.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
married men between ages of 18 and 35; citizens
of United States, of good character and temper
ate habits, who can speak, rend and write the
English language. For Information apply to Re
cruiting Officer. 660 Market St.. San Francisco,
Cal.
WANTED—Young man about 10 years of age for
office and outside work: must have ability for
salesmanship: only first class man with educa
tion and nbllltv need aonlv. CALIFORNIA
GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURE CO., 521
Valencia st.
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 900. Call office.
BOYS wanted: 15 years' age;- can earn $2 to
$2.50 day. 387 Pine st.
(WANTED—Men and women to learn barber trade
under Col. system: learn in a few weeks and
become an expfrt: may make $10 week while
learnbi?: sneclnl rate" to the first 8. CAL.
BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st. below Mission.
AT MRS. C. REID'S Employment Otfice. 035 Mar
ket st.. sth floor: phone Sutter 3166— Pantry
man, dish washers waiters, on boats. $30 and
found; experienced houseman city hotel, refer
ences. $40 and board.
BOY. 16 or 17. for office work, large music house;
fair salary to start and excellent chance for
promotion. See MR. LEVAN, business office
The Call. 0 a. m. to 12 noon.
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 barbering: wssres while
learning: see us ahout tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 700 Howard st.
WANTED—Boys nnd young men with motor
cycles for delivery work: 52.50 t>er day. Apply
ROO Market st. 1461 Polk st. or 387 Pine st.
WANTED-—Young men to learn snto business;
demand great with hie nay. PAN\MA WEST
ERN AUTO EXCHANGE. 1465 Mission «t.
DOUGLAS HOCSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d— 200
hard finished rooms: larce rending room: hot
water: rooms 25c a day. $1.25 and $1.50 week.
STOUT boy. 16 to 18 rears, wasted to work
in w'lolesn'e house. W. DAVIS Jt SONS,
2040 Howard St.
PARTNER in payin? mfg. and vrtail: un
necessary: price $250. 500 Washington st. at
cigar stand.
GET married —Thousands rich, all ages, tired liv
ing alone. Call or write MRS HYDE, 2677
Mission st.
WANTED -Roy with wheel after school hours.
BAY CITY HAT WORKS. 1912 San Pablo ay.,
Oakland.
WANTED—Die stumper for stationery. Apply
SITREVE & CO.. Post st. and Orartt ay.
HARNESS MAKERS wanted: henvv and light
work. W. DAVTS A: SONS. 2040 Howard st.
OFFICE boy with knowledge of stooogrupbv.
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO.. 33 Kearny st.
WANTED—AI plumber: nonnnion preferred.
Call In person. Room 731, Hotel Dale.
BOYS to ran wtwOn and stock work. BUL
LOCK A .TONES CO.. Tost and Kearny.
GLOVE Pinters wanted. FARRANT GLOVE
MANUFACTURING CO.. 3*loo Mission st.
810 demand for morinrr picture operators: small
cost to learn. 3 City Hall ay. Office 515.
UNCALLED for a'>d second hand shoes. 75c up:
I she** repaired while waiting. 103 3d st.
THE FITLMORF BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 16.-.7 FILLMORE ST.
RS AND SUPPLIES
FOR salp—2 ebntr barber shop: 2 living rooms
and bath: lease: reason for selling going east
lo sbk sister. See BECKEL & FRESHER.
an oth st.
ASK your supply house for D. M. S.. used by all
first class barber shoos. Prepared by
DU PONT MFG. CO.,
453 Douglass St.
THREE H. K. chairs, rent $!.'.; lease; mirrors
all Bround: swell fixtures: good trade; must go
east. Sacrifice. FOSTER, 204 Wcsthank bidg.
$400—Half interest best 3 chair shop in city;
down town: rent sin: lease; receipts $85 Week.
Investigate. FOSTER. 204 Westbank.
SEEI.Y has raised KANE! KANE will sell your
shop and cash your paper. Revoirlne POLES
and barber FURNITURE cheap. 334 Hayes st.
BARBERS' UNION—Free emp. agency. R. H.
BAKER, Sec, 066 Market; tel. Franklin 8583.
FOR sale—3 chair up to date shop and cigar
stand: owner will sacrifice: rent $25; lease.
2502 Telegraph a v.. Berkeley.
WANTED —Barber shop in Plumas. Lassen or
Modoc counties: 2 chairs and up, with bath.
Box 775. Call office.
BARBER wanted from Saturday. 11 a. m., and
Sunday; $5. 2289 23d st and R. R. ay.,
East Onkland.
SECOND HAND CHAIRS sacrificed: we need
room for new oues. BECKEL & PRESHER,
60 6th St.
FOR sale—3 chair barber shop; reasonable; ac
count of other business. 523 Broadway, Oak
land.
________
Makes any rafcor hone work Just right. Try It.
BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.; te!. Kearny 5384.
WANTED—Barber for Wednesday evening and
Saturday eyontng at 5 o'clock. * 2052 24tii st.
GOOD barber wishes position evenings or steady, i
Write to box §006. Call branch. 16.">7 Fillmore! j
$12 r . TAKES 2 chair shop across the bar; rent j
$0; lease: sleeping room. FOSTER. 830 Mkt. !
| FOt'R chair shop, down town: low rent: long
I lease; bargain; terms. FOSTER. 830 Market.
"BAY WITCH" is the most delighiful and cooL
itig face wash made. RACER'S, "fl O'Farrell st.
FOR sale—A 3 chair shop: 2 baths: a bargain.
Aidresa J. T. YOUNG. Qnfncy. Cnl.
2 CHAIR barber shop for sale. Apply corner'
3d and Myrtle sts., Oakland.
BARBER wanted, short hours; Italian preferred ■
BOQ Front st. cor. Jackson.
FOR sale—3 chair barber shop; good business; !
low reut. 757 Howard st.
FOR RENT—A two chair barber shop at 10th
and Folsom.
AUTOMOBILES ~~
SIX PASSENGER WINTON, IN THE BES - OF
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST
CORNER WALLER. '
I HAVE 4 new 1912 7 passenger cars, which 1
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
senger car address box 667. Call offls*.
AUTOMOBILES
Continued
WE sold 9 cars this wfk and have just bought
14 more. We buy them right and can sell
them at very low prices: 2-4-5 and 7 passeu
; cers.
PANAMA WESTERN AUTO CO..
IMH Mission st.
AUTOMOBILE trimming and lamps nirkel
plated or baked enameled: prices;
prompt delivery; we do It ourselves. SOESCH
LAMP CO., 1135 Mias'-ao **■
HOWARD, 5 passenger. ,'!o U. P.. new. 1346
26tb ay.. Sunset District
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ANCE OF THE PUBLIC.
NEW pianos and player pianos rented, lowest
prices: visit new bargain room or get bargain
list. KOHLER & CHASE. 26 O'Farrell st.
USED Hallef & Davis piano In good condition;
bargain if sold quick; leaving city; selling all
my effects. Box 973. Call office.
PIANOS to rent; no cartage. BYRON MAUZY,
Gold Medal Pianos, 250 Stockton st.
TYPEWRITERS &JSUPPUES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt typewriters
of all descriptions; expert repairing; typewrit
ers Inspecteu and rented: ribbons for all ma
chines; carbon papers and office supplies. .107
Bush St.: phones Douglas 4113. Home C 2519.
BEBITLT $100 Remington No. 6. or Smith Pre
mier typewriter No. 2. guaranteed, for $36; $3
per month. L. *. M. ALEXANDER. 513
Market st. <
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange. 904 Broadway,
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriter*
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
SEWING-MACHINES i
ALL makes sold, repaired, rented. McNALLY,
2664 Mission st.. bet. 22d and 23d. Mission
202. M 35.'16. 539 16th at San Pablo aye., Oak
land. Oakland 1774.
INSECTS exTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY THE IN
SECTICIDE CO., 657-659 Phelau building.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
LOWER THAN EVER
nOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN?
PORCELAIN 5 OR 5U FT. BATH
TUB' 1 20x30 PORCELAIN ENAMELED
SINK: 80.GAL. BOILER; 1 SET 2 PART
TRAYS: 1 BEAUTIFUL PATENT TOIL
ET, EITHER IN MAHOGANY. GOLD
KN OAK, CHERRY OR WEATHERED
OAK, FOR $38.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE
P. E. O'HAIR, 857 MISSION ST.
NEW GALVANIZED SHEET IRON
100 TONS.
Flat or corrugated sheet*.
All gauges. All sizes.
$3.50 per 100 pouuds.
H. ROTH, 34 Fourth at.
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ARE you building or do yon want to make im
provement* on your home? If so don't forget to
call and see what the Chicago Housewrocking
can save you comparing their prices to what
IH hfese to pay elsewhere. A call at 23 Va
lencia will mean dollars to you. Phone Mar
ket 6685.
! 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-OOLLEN
DER CO.. 767-769 Mission at-. 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 siies standard water pipe and S'-rew casing
in second hand, hot asphaltum dipped; guaran
teed as good as new; large stock ready for
shipment. WEISSBAUM Pipe Wks.. 137 11th st.
COWS COWS COWS
Dairy broke up, bunch of fr«sh cows, Al stock.
5863 San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
LUMBER and millwork at very low prices for
cash nr 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. Pbonc Oakland 9114.
"MOTIOGRAPII" moving picture machine. 1913
model HERE. Headquarters. EDWARD H.
KEMP, 833 Market st.. San Francisco.
SLIGHTLY damaged card tables. $1.25; regular
$2.50 520 11th St., opp. Hales. H. SCHELL
HAAS' new location, Oakland,
GAS MACHINE—Davis acetylene generator; 100
lights; good condition; sell cheap A. RUS
SELL 625 Market st.
CASH register* bought, sold, exchanged or re
paired. ROYAL NOVELTY CO., 604 McAllis
ter st.
< NATIONAL electric ticket thrower cash register,
also detail and total adder; cheap. 579 Mc-
I Alllster st.
PLUMBING, gas and steam repairing done rea
sonably. Call or phone 320 Sixth ay.; tel.
Pacific 340.
LLEWELLYN setter pups with pedigree. 5863
San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
i -
j EDISON AGENCY, moving picture machines and
stereoptlfi.ns. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st.
i '■
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.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
AT 1057 FILLMORE ST.
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