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EVENING at 7:3rt o'clock: third de- /^T^
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APOLLO lorige No. 123. I. O. O. F.
Initiation FRIDAY EVENING.
October 18. 1912. Visitors wel-
come. By order of
J. H. GILLIES. N. G.
LOT'IS H. HAMMERSMITH. Rec. Sec.
PRESIDIO lodge No. 334. I. O. O. Imml
F.. 7th and Market sts.-t Third
degreo THIS (FRIDAY) EVEN- t£"^
ING at 8 o'clock. '
P. M. SHOAF. N. G.
CALEDONIAN Club meets THIS .« W t>
(FRIDAY) EVENING. October IS, »§«
at Scottish hall. 121 Larkin st. WJUfljKr
Nominations.
THOB. W. MTNROE. Chief.
ALLAN J. MACDONALD, Secretary.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG—Advertise it
here. It will be returned to you if an hon
est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries
are brought about every day through these
columns.
IF YOr FIND ANYTHING
BRING IT TO THE
KAN FRANCISCO CALL
T.OST AND FOIND BUREAT".
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
Get a flaiia check. Have it advertised. |
Reclaim it if the owner does not. i
THE LAW—People who find lost article* I
■re interested in knowing that the stntt- law
la etrict In requirins thtiu to seek tbe own- ]'
ers. tl.piaeh adverticement and otherwise, I
and that failure to do so, if proof csd be \
shown, involves a Revere penalty.
l'Ol'ND on train and ferry, and can be ob
tained by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS, KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROITE PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oct. 2—
Hammer; r>r. fluves: jKH'k'-t book; pkjr. poeltry
food; pke. hose: tin folding laocbbozj roll dboslcml
Amtrriet; empty puree. Oct. 3—Pr. gloves;
cliild's handbag; Italian bank monthly etate
meiit; c:ip of fountaiu (»en; roll of music. Oct.
4—P!ioi)nj;ru[>hic record; pair gloves; pkg. mcdi
cine: box of adrertisins: mattir in sealed en
knit shawl; roll of patterns; pkg. cor
z. pair Hhoee; scrip book B. P.; pkg. old
BiljtaihirK. Oct. s—Bathing nult; bank book;
pun«; overcoat: pkg. socks and handkerchiefs;
pkg. lil:iae»; pkgs. collars. Oct. 6—Key- box
frtaT|..n.-rv. Oct. 7—Purse; book; pk?. kodak
''kg. gloves aDd tindenvear; violin bow.
• • S Single clove: brooch pin; ?. ladtf** hand
roll; pkg. niglitgowne; pair fiorM;
rk>: box rii'e: neck fur; roll niu*ic; pkg pair
rul/lwrs. Oct. v>—2 single glove*: 1 pr. ploves;
commute: (ard''ase; elastic belt and Va
• '•■ -r,. --..i.,i mtlara. Oct. Iβ —Cine: 2 pr. gkrrw;
pkg drcsH poods; handbag; single glove. Oct
. flak: umbrella: pkK. Clin- .-hpls:
pkg. corset; pr. glovs: pVg. gloves; silver card
case pone. Oct. 12— Pkc tooth paste, etc.: ste«-l
square; pkg. shoes: or. gloves; pkg. rubber *ole
elio#s ami >h;rt: pkg. skirt; envelope lace: mat
ting lunch box; pkf. .lapanese English reader;
lad/« hanilbsg: W F & Co. mouey order. 0.-t.
13—Roll rubb«'r: book; uniliri'lbi; pkg. oboes;
M.it<«-"(; pin. -Eacles": extension baskpt. Oct.
14—Pkg box of blocks; pkg. pair klkh-s: baggage
Heck: umbrella; pkc lady's imse; [>kg. picture
frames; single glove; pkg. golf sticks; pkg.
piipi-rs, Srlcntittc Press; COtBB9Bt#. Oct. 13 -1i,,il
plans; uniWrrll;*: card case; pair glnvcs; pkg. 2
yard"; white cloth: pkg. staiiipw! pkg! .">
bottleft fatniji Ifaves; pkg. overalls: cane; pkg.
lady's wliit«" L'ltiacnt; wrench, cti-.
FOIND «nd can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. COKNEK
liYDE HDd CALJF<JRMA STS.: Aug. 13 —Dia-
mond brejistplu; pearl uaiidlw knife; set of false
teeth.
FOIND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner from GENERAL BAOGAGB
AGENT. WESTERN PACIFIC RY.. FEIiRV
BUILDING: Aug. 'J5~-Ladj'»i hand satchel.
THE man who found the I .udy'e watch witli a
gold fob on tl.e Ocean View mr lust Saturday
morning, Oct. 12. kindly return It to IC9B
Sun Jest* »v. No questions asked. RewnnJ.
LOST—In vicinity c.t Polk and Pacific. Tuesday,
5:30 p. 80., hand saiehol co'itaiiilti? limiik ! >«'k.
keys, xpectacle*. box jewth,}. Reward at 20-40
Pulk et, Printer.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued v
} FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the
I SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
: WAYS, CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION.
j SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST.,
i OAKLAND: Oct. I—Vise; lady's tan gloves; lady's
I 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.
;<lct. 4—Large Mark Dote book; cake; bar,
j beauty pin gtortes on it. Oct. t)—Pictures; glove;
I small pin; fountain pen; 3 large photographs; 2
! boxes shotgun shells : tel. basket; jtray coat;
J matting basket. Oct. 6—Ladies' handbag; pkg.:
I pair pliers; small suitcase; watch fob; child's
; hlu# coat. Oct. 7—Beauty pin. lady's black purse;
package; small suitcase; Odd Fellfews' emblem.
Oct. B—Pr.8 —Pr. lady's gloves; rubber tire; shopping
bag; package; white plume; lady's purse; breast
pin; pair glasses. Oct. 9—Beauty pin; brace
let. 4 pr. black bose; black lunch box; grip:
*w*ater: package. Oct. 10.—Small black purse:
small packape; pair hose; black glove; watcb
! fob; grip: lap robe; 2 bibles; pair black hose;
! ribbon; gold bar pin; overcoat: pkg. white cloth.
! Oct. 11—Tlife purses; matting suitcase; pen
j knife. Oct. 12—Small pkg. cloth; brown hand
bug: gr.een suitcase; liinchbox. Oct. 13—Book;
! watch charm: music stand and case: .1 pursrs.
I O<t. 14 —White silk muffler; vale key; bunch
((lowers; la.ly's nip:bt dress. Oct. 15— Ike. doth
j ing; key; child's coat: music roll: 2 pane*; <nn
i coffee; Ifeeet of gul. iron; luix-h box; roil of bed
(linjf.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can b* ob
tained by owner nt SOITHBRN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Sept. 30 to Oct.
J—4 pkge. clothing: roll of paper; email black
cafe; lunch box: soft hat; child's coat; book;
2 pieces brass easting; bundle of canvas; black
i wallet. Oct. 2 —Grip: lrdy's fur; lunch box;
; pair gloves; black scarf; roll music; straw suit
| case; pfcg. stationery. Oct. 3—Pkg. clothing;
child's coat; eardcas*: soft hat; cap; leatber
I 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
j books; pkg. wood; pair of gloves; shopping bag;
2 Landings; 2 purses; kodak; hat and furs;
child's coat; ladles' hat; red sweater; veil; spec
tacle* (in casei; sword; derby bat: pkg. papers.
Oct. S—2 books on chemistry: lady's handbag;
lady's belt; package of clothing; package of
cardboard; overcoat. Oct. 10—Package of cloth,
ing; kodak No. 2. Kastman: gent's cap: pa'-kage
of cloth; roll of linoleum. Oct. 12-13 —lady's
handbag; br'iwn fur; pkp. clothinc; red color
swlater: story book; 2 woman's gloves; lady's
black bflf. blue veil; gold rim spectacles; black
overcoat; pray vnt; pkg. hardware. Oct. ir> ~-
Pfcg. shoes; clothing; black purse; pkg. hard
ware; overeoert; pkg. carbons.
FOTND end can be obtained by owner at S\N
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL R VIL
WAYS, eastern district NINKTY-SIXTII W
and FAST FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND:
I Oct. I—Bucket with overalls,' hammer; pkg
overalls; lady's purse; school pin. Oct. 2--
Smell suitcase; beads; parse; basket dry goods.
Oct. 3 —Gloves; stocking, fur; basket; book- urn-
I brella. Oct. 4—Sat.-hel with clotliing; buudle of
I clothing; pocket Knife; pair gloves: pin. Oct. 6
—Hand satchel: t<-leecope basket; suitcase. Oct.
»— MtitUer; |/iv; pair gloves. Oct. U—Telescope
basket: lnm-hbox; muffler; book: purse; box of
collars. Oct 12—Handbag; pocket light; scarf
pin; shawl: prayer book: gloves; pkg. of old
• cloth. Oot. I.l—Telescope basket: bucket and
cop: handbag: fur; k">Jak. Oct. 14—Market bagi
J bundle; bat: ring; purse; lunch basket. Oct. 15—1
] pkg. lam;) glob**; suitcase; pair gloves; basket
I eoutalnlng clothing: parasol. Oct. ltf—Camn
I-tool; hand basket; bicycle tire.
ForNl> and can be ot.tstned by owner at
POLICE DEI'ARTMKNT. HALL OK .HSTICF
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS. : Oct'
2—Several sacks of grain, found at 16.W Bryant
st.; laity's l-au<lliag. found at Uaight and Stauyan
*«.) sack of sugar, found in Fell st. between
Vhii Ness ay. and Franklin st.: CM* of cocoa
(found at corner «f Filhnore nnd Hermann sts!
i Oct. I—Stamped newspaper wrappers, found at
, Eli is and Market «Ts.; purse, found in front of
jdie house: small vice and lot of keyn, found at
I Fifth div. and Fulton B t. Oct. 4—Diamond breast
pin, found on Mount Tamalpals. If owners win
, call at the property clerk's office of this depart
ment, xt Kearay and Washington sts.. and prove
omn rxhlp the same will be delivered to them.
ARTVLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
' innini!)!: on hand st THIRD AND TOWNSEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct. 1—
Ring; package clothes; package hardware; ovr
coat; book. Oct. 2—Hat; pair gloves; overcoat.
Oct. 3—Package clothes; umbrella. Oct. 4—Urn
lirflln; package paper: roll plans. Oct. 9—Pr.
lady's shots: package cloth; package' towels;
knife; bathrobe: package tooth paste. Oct. 10
Electri.- globe; lady's coat; suitcase; ring. Oct.
11 Piinisoi: paii overalls; razor and brush Oct
12—Cake bos; boodle cletbea; girl's hat • piece
embroidery; p«ek.iße pears: waifet. Oct. 13—Suit
cant-. Oct. 14—Itottle medicine.
POUND and can be obtained by owner at
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
| WAYS WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY FIRST
iST. and TELEGRAPH AY.. OAKLAND- Oct 1 —
! 1 pair lady's gloves; basket. Oct. 2—Auto veil
i Oct. :j—Stiekpiu. Oct. 4—Beauty pin. Oct &
Small purse: book (arithmetic); suitcase; man's
hat. Oct. «—Grass handbag; boot; brass lamp
hineb basket. Oct. 7—Lunch grip: knife. Oct'
B—Baseball glove. Oct. 9—Pkg. (Mrs. Brittan)'
Oct. 10 —Small purse: 2 books. 'Socialism ,, •
pkg. books. Oct. 11—Cane.
LOST—A small, gray kitten with puik nose and
a white and gray paw; also has collar with
hell on neck. Return Mont Claire apt.,-Plue
and Taylor, apt. reward.
FOUND —Past Master's rmhleni in Mar
ket st.; owner uiajt have same by imviiiz ox
ppiises. Box 924. Call of flee,
j LOST—Oval agate, from watch fob on Haleht
st. par or Fillmore. Finder please return to
1 131 Fultou bt. G. W. WILLAUD.
THE SAJSf FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912.
! LOST AND FOUND
'.'■■■-' '*.■'■"' VV-"-'--"Continued::'' .■'•■"
■ " FOUND on coast line tratnn anil can be ■ob
V t«lned by Hie owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC
(OAST DIVISION ; DEPOT. THIRD and TOWN
. SKND i BTS.: -v, Sept. 20—Overcoat; ,' drinking cup
pair gloves; purse; book. Sept. V 21—Book Sot
•• Spanish, yi Sept. \ 22—Pair ? ewnlti. ■*; Sept 23—P1l
lon-; straw hat; ledy'tt coat: , bandnaw. Oct. 14—
. Pit*, cloth: box !f shoes; hook; spectacle*; pkg
clothing: sweater; woman* belt; : Jointed rule
■ bundle stationery;, pocket knife. :. : •■;;■ '.-.'• ■"■■■' ■'■■■:•':■■
• •'.*' KOCNI) nnn '. can be * obtained Iby ; owner *at : tin
t SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RYS.,
northern district. TWENTIETH ST. and .' MAC
I DONALD ■'AY.;* RICHMOND: ■: Aug. 22—Stickpin;
market -■ bag. . Aug. 28—Man'a hat; pkx. contain
;•• Ins clothei. i Auk- 324 —Roll »of - music; - pair -©1
• pant*. • Aug. 2S- Pair baseball shoe*. Aug. 27—
•• House plan. - .■ : : >-~;..■.: '■-." v- ','■-?'•''■■ ■"-= '■•*&£!■§
, - FOUND In streetcars and can be , obtained bj
i owner 'at " UNITED . RAILROADS ' OFFICE, room
] 502. 85 ■ SECOND ST.: Sept. , Handbag; >'.
; packages; v"; 8"• book*: * - pair »?-;: gloves; .■' -'• knife
J contract; --- baby ",Z shoe;-* can ham: ;*rpuree; ■■-; en
j velope. -? Sept. -j 20—Suitcase: i 2 ;. package*; ;2 , haul
j gripe; 4 purses; 2 cans paint; watch fob. -/. ■■..*". •
; ■-; FOUND <i nut! ''i can ;f : N> x <>titAine>l i<. by owner v : ai
CALIFORNIA * ST. OABI.F ■ RAILWAY. OORNF.f
rtvnK and > r\T.TFORXI\ PTS.: Oft. I to 5—
1 bible; s 1 ~- alligator * hand t bag; ', 1 lady's ; glov* j
l«i lady's veil; 1 bottle listerlne; 1 : pair haby'i
gloves: 1 smnll ' reft nurse: '■ 1 j sms'l r-'acfc; piirap
! 1 checkbook Welle Fargo Nevada National bank,
j _
mill '
FOUND In doorway of Haas , candy ; store, Oct.
■' 17, 1912, small black grin. Owner ran have
same by $ Identifying ■at The ; Call * Lost . and
i" Found Bureau, 3d and ~ Market ste. * ■ • . ,?\ •"
i ZZZ
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; LOST —October 13 ; (sr> reward). gold handker
chief holder < attached ;to ■ handkerchief. consist
I . inpr of pin. : short chain and clasp; keepsake.
I ■ Return to box 047, Call office.
LOST-Gold ruff bntton: Initials A. D. o.: re
ward. Return same to The Call business office.
NOTICE—The Call wfll not knowingly print Hie-
KUtmate advertisements. If : any reader CM
furnish Information that any advertisement in
. this column ,is not . legitimate sent ■It to Thf
Call iin confidence. ; and , if found i correct th«
advertisement ; will be discontinued.' , '";
A—EMINENT CHINESE h HERB DOCTORS— v "
All diseases cured; strictly confidential: con
sultation free: hours 10-8. Sundays 10 .V DRS.
CHAN * CHAN HERB CO.. 101 ft Sutter st.l
101 POST ST.. R. 202—DAILY. 10 A. M. TO 9
P. If.: ELECT. Tl'n VAPOR HERB BATHS;
EASTERN MASSEUSE AND MANICURE. -
AA—WIGS, * toupees, XSOB Fillmore st. Gentle
men's dept.. 2271 California. :; Eet. 18<V>. "G.
LEPERER. Mr. T.edPrer in charsre. Work (mar.
j MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
-1 ment; Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
' ronage only. 215 O'Farrell St., R. F.. office 5.
N. Y. HAIRDRESSIN<7 PARLOR; OPEN EVEN-
I INGS: switches, puffs, psyches; pin curls made
25c tip. 2055 Sutter nearFillmnre; West IS9O.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
: •■' for massape. manual or vibratory: :: Nauheim
bath. ~ 626 Hyde St.. -■ between Geary and Post.
DRUGLESS method —Chiropractic, dleiectic, elec.
. light cabinet; ' hrs. T>-9. ; Ph. W. 8915. - 1415
O'Farrell st. Cars 20-21. - -
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT
MENTS. 1065 MISSION , ST.. ROOM 55.
CORTEZ —Thermal baths, salt clow, elec. vlb.
' ri", Van Mess cor. Ellis, suite 203::hrs. 11-10.
LOUISE PASCO. eastern massace and elect, vih.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st.: hrs. 10 to 10.
MRS. ANDREWS, professional nurse, mnsseuse;
; physician'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 Institute. 535-536 Whitnev
- bide.. ISa Geary st. : MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to ID.
ELECTRIC needle specialist: ?11 ■ rears' practice.
:, Mrs. Mnrenn. 1464 Sutter. opp. Hotel Normandle
STEAM aid dry hot air baths ; ; for colds and
: rheumatism: : , manicuring. 1114 ; Devisadf-ro j| st.
MISS CUHSAN—Sulphur red's baths, rTuie. wave
' rib., elect, I treat, ; for rheumatism. 2022 Sntter.
MASS-■■■'ancient metn.: nerve spec. Madam Sparta,
20S-} O'Farrell , st. nr. Dovlsadero. : West , 64r!S.
MASSAGE -Flee, and rib. treats, for rheum, and
nerves. 1122 Market st. opposite 7th. room B.v.
HOT salt water , baths, , alcohol, oil r treatments.
421 15th st.. Oakland. Private; no sign."-." -.
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse: open ; Sunday, 1C
to 10, 407 Westbank bids.. 830 Market st. ■~.,
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face and scalp trent
ments. "4 Ellis Ft., rm. ."?10: hours 1-10 p. m.
MISS ■: F. ROGERS, Ist* of Chicago, • ma-seuse—
Scalp treatment. Room'3ol. 34 Ellis st. ft
NEWLY, opened chlronodr , and \ massapp parlors;
lady operator. - l.VlTFillmore st. A- Cars 20-21.>.
niTEUM ATISM s treated by .Tfpancse ;masseur
with dry cot »if b^tb.:; ;T 17«5 Gearr it. .
I GERMAN l">rb enosnle for women: no operations,
i 1524 Pac'rfic a» A tamed*. Bay station.
UP TO DATE bath ami massace parlors: elec.
rlbra. treat. 1012 Flllmore St.. office 17.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
" BAZAAR. 110S VALENCIA ST. .
MAWIMONIAL
MATRIMONIAL paper: : many wealthy: man;
marriages. MRS. BELL, ISIS Magnolia ay.',
. Lo« Aneeles. '.,- •-_- '•,-'-,•: •-:;'■ ;..-..■- ■:: •-i '
MARRY-Tliousan'is tired Sivinsr alone: nil aces;
.. call or write. MRS. R. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
WIDOW. 30, comfortably situated,i would marry.
S.. box 85. League. Toledo. O.;; .-
SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium: con
':. sultation $1 at her home. 1164 O'Farrell: by
letter. 4 questions. ; $1. > Phone Franklin -. 8722.
L PHILOSOPHY
HINDUS Yoea , Philosophy (religion) \ gives you
I 1 health, , prosperity, happiness: ■, classes : and lee
■ . tures. PROF.; MONROE. 927 Clay st.; Oakland.
MISS : STARR, . sstrologlst. read" your - full * life
! .;"scientifically. SSC Eddy st., ; Eagi«» apartments.
• CLAIRVOYANTS ; ;
A $5 trance clairvoyant reading for $1. - • ■'-"■
- HENRY MANSFIELD tells all: just what Ton
'• want fto . know, whom, when ; yon . marry, \ what
■ sickness you have " who can cure • yon. v names,
I dates, : secrets, | spells, =; weakness: s removes " evil
conditions: long. . full, deep, dead trance read
ings; .■:;■: palmist, :'* astrologer, ":: spirit .ft medium;
• hastens marriage, gives good luck; helps you In
love, divorce, business, mining, health law,
buried treasure. , 1144 Market st. ■ : • .'-' v .
- FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
A—IF you wish to consult a GENUINE EGYP
TIAN CLAIRVOYANT, one that is , able to
foresee ; the most : remarkable things, no matter
what they »re. do not fail to consult the MAR
VELOUS PRINCESS ZORAIDA; « sbe | tells I your
name and exactly what you called ; for. positive
aly without asking a qnes. ;i special i read.. 50c:
■ hrs. . 10-0. 1843 Fillmore nr. * flutter: \ closed ; Sun.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmist:
:. a wonderful prophetess: hours 10 to 10: ladles
500. gentlemen $1. 1106 Devisadero near < Turk.'
THE FTLLMOPvE BRANCH OF j THE CALL IS
AT J657 FILLMORE ST. - -
DEAFNESS AND CAT A RRtf
ONE WEEK ? FREE—For :s2i we f cure catarrh,
• - deafness, ?; bronchitis, anthnia. We make from
i herbs a cure for f ever? disease. Samples free
;< )?j mail, 10c. , HERB REMEDY : CO., . 935 Mar
,,,'j ket «.. rooms 201-2. ~- - .
DENTISTS^
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII kinds of dental i work.
517 Fillmore st. mar Oak.
STAMM ERING
STAMMER? U Method % for cure \ explained' FREE.
■;? M. L. HATFIKLD. 1918 -Grove, Oakland, Cal.
PHYSICIANS^
A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
;4 Reliable • graduate,physician: I sure and | quick : re
! sults; Sno ; detention = from I borne or occupation; * an
-1 tiseptic and painless; consultation free. Room 3
, 1025 Market bet. 6t»i and 7tb; bra. 10-4. 6:30-9.
DISEASES: men } and i women : specialty: physician-
I r eurgeuii. I'K.NN DULIi CO., )23 3d .. et *V , \
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EAR noises v positively cured: ! new: __**_*?«*! 1
■ week j free MtoT convince. DR. COTTINGHAM,
: : expert ear, nose.-; throat. 321* Market, room 402.
.JNVAUDXHATRS
SOLD, rented/exchanged; manufacturer of Fames
:% tricycle chair. 1714 Marker st.; tel. Park 2940.
fDOGfANDCAT^IiaSPiTALr
S. F. Dog-Cat Hoep.. 1371 Fulton nr. > Broderick;
i I animals j treated, board; ambulance. ". We< B3_B.
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., Oakland—Mothers ami girls received.
IS. F. LYING-IN HOMK 1191 Oak St.— Adoption.
DR. LORD, ree. phy.; conf_>t. $_5. Mrkt. 44P.9,
CARPET CLEANING___
S. ■•■ F. < COMPRESSED AIR I CLEANING g CO.. 307
Sutter et.; phone Kearny 5852 (BLUE WAGON)
: —Carpets, rugs quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
; floor ■; wlthont removal. ■: ; Estimate free. '■'•■
ABSOLUTELY THE • BEST : CLEANING. 3c YD.
: DEAL DIRECT WITH RICES CARPET WKS.,
*_ 1805 HARRISON ST.; PHONE MARKET 2-6-2.
WHEN you i become •- disgusted r with . poor work,
s«»pd your carpets to J. SPAULDING &•■ CO..
; ."53 Tehama st.; Douglas 3084. ; Home J2347. -■ ■■:■■
AA — NATIONAL Cernet Beating J Works. Hamp
:.'•; ton «& \ Bailly. f 344-348 Church y St.: : Market , 180.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations, ren
ovating, laying. r 550 DivisadcTo: ph. Park 569.
STORAGE antTMOVING VANS
ANDERSON'S Transfer and Storage " Co.— Mov
;; ing, , packing, shipping, etc.; trunks ; stored 3
days free. 9S.VOS7 : Howard st.: I Douglas 2177.
j WILSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage, morlne.
packing, shipping. ; ; Removed ';'■ to ? 1636 : Market
■.; st. near Hni_ht; phone Park 27L ]X*': ":'-iV'
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY—
Fireproof - warehouses. 13th % and * Mission g Bts.
Phone i Market 1314. *or Home ■« M 1313. - , C .
PIERCE-RODOLPH I STORAGE CO.. ' 1450 Eddy
st. ; • phones West ) S2B. ; Home ' S2S_B. ■•*;;■. .. ; ;- -
EDUCA TIONAL
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, mech.,
"', survey assay, cyanide; day. cv«.: estab. 186".
Van der Naillen school. Sls't and Tel.. Oakland.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory,
after dinner and extempore sneaking. 1112 Mkt.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 21R1 Shattuck ay..
, Berkeley. ;, CaL. room 4. Wright; block.
ADVICE FREE—No charge unless successful: all
cases, all business quickly and quietly 1 attend
.: ed to; bankruptcy; general practice: open
every evening. 1, .* 1028 Market St.. i room 12. • '■:':
R. W. KING, attorney at tow, Grant bldg.. Mar
, kef end 7th. room 320: all cases; low fees: noth
: ing in advance or for consultation, ph. Mkt. 912.
ADVICE FREE: .<' decree, bankruptcy .-,; ami ' all
• cases. 830 ; Market St.. ro<im • 002. „ Open, evgs.
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
; Spreckels (Call) building: phone Kearny 4151.
PAtBNT ATTORNEYS \
ARTHUR ;L. s SLEK. , registered patent : atty. v and
.- mechanical » expert: I. S. and foreign patents
solicited; Inventions perfected: promptness and
. accuracy guaranteed: our mechanical and patent
I office drawings : can not be equaled. 704-705
- Foxcroft bldg.. 08 Pout st.: tel. Douglas 157.
DEWEY. STRONG & CO.—Founded 1860; U. S.
, and foreign t patents; inventors"^^guides;;. 100
;"■'■ mechanical „ movements fr.ee. 911-916 • Crocker
t hnilding. San Francisco. ''•-''■" ••-•-• v^
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office;
: . U. S. and foreign ; patents, . 704 Pacific hide.
H. C. SCHROKDF.R. , patent, trademark attorney.
417 First Notional , Rank " building. Oakland. •
COAST NOVELTY CO .;; 210S 15TH ST.—TOOLS.
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK. ,
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
> BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST. . >_-% .
J^V^ESS^COLLEVES -
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil.
.- Electrical. Mining. Architectural: day, j even
ing: established lSfi-1. 425 McAllister st. ;■
SAN y. FRANCISCO BUSINESS ■ COLLEGE. 90S
Market st. opp. , sth—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend ? Galiagher-Mareh
Business College. 1250 Market St. ••
FURS J
AD. KOCOUR. reliable , furrier; repairing, remod
eling; dyeing at popular prices. s< 222 Monadnock
■>' bldg.: phone Douglas 3023.
BUTTONS AND PLEATING ;
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
■'! Franklin ; 4521 and C 4521: mall orders solicited.
: DRESS MAKING
DRESS MAKING designing, .-utting, fitting and
- ladies' tailoring .-* thoroughly taught: .N.: Y.
■ branch Vienna In«t.• tailored % shirtwaist pat
: tern cut to meas. 23c 305 Grant ay.. day and
eve.: phone Slitter 1494. Try our . $10 course.
MADAME A. SILVAIN, fashionable French dress
maker; evening • gowns a specialty at moderate
•i prices. .; 1557 California st. ? near Polk. : Phone
ri Franklin 2392. ,-:-.,;. ■■'~ ,^:, :.yrj .-V; ; >-.^.; ,;/ . \;.;
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School';
! evening . classes: ■ patterns cut .; to order. *•;• 121
Geary st. near Grant ay.: Douglas 5731.
M M F.. MADELEINE—ARTISTIC i GOWNS: re
modeling ; stout ladles a specialty. IBM , Polk.
MRS. DUCKENFIELD.. cv.. street, house dresses.
■■ 2848 Steiner bet. VallPJoGrepn: tel. West 8312.
PKRCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay. and
East 12th st.. Oakland. , Phone Merrltt j 518. ; :. |
HAIR GOODS '
NOHMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE-
C CIAL REDUCTION x for s switches, puffs, . etc,
'■:: dnr. Oct. and Nov. 20«7 Slitter st. Went 8783. ;
OFFICES
AAA—DOUGLAS 3532.; Home C4OU5— Best • Japa
)■ T- nese. Chinese. , Filipino help; ' all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 521 1 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 1731. "; ; r- .■■; ■ ,v =r; ; " "■■;.»r S-2G13.
•. ;•. Jhpatwse and : Chinese employment' office. s
- T. TAMUHA fz CO.. TOl2 Laguna st. ::,
GRANT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 5 531 Grant ay.
■ Chinese. Japanese and Filipino help; also cook
ing school. ■;; phone Kearny 747. - ....,, ;' V ;,
C. D. KINNEY Chinese employment bureau.-suc
«,}■: cessor :to J. - Conn. ■ Phone Douglas : 3102. •■< TBB
'"<■ Clay st. ' ■;,;■;; -.•",! .
STAR F.inp. office—.Tapaneeo-Chlnese V help, W. r
I KODATA. lew . Geary; tet West 167: ; : S-2706. :
HOIM CO.— Beat Japanese and Chinese": help of
|O "II kinds. >; 1711 Poet St.; West 2803. B-2803.
ALL kinds of help furnished , with carp, dispatch.
I* ' West S(WB—OSCAR ; HATSUMI—ISI3 : Geary. r> ,
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
■".Vi.'-.V" , : ' ; __Ji!i5_!ALE '.'. ■■
AMERICAN -■■ woman wi-iies situation as '■ house
i■" keeper 'or ; cook on % ranch: ' neat; - good r cook.
[> MARTHA GO WAN. 2501 Polk st. *^--'. 'U,~: ;
IVKF.SSMAKER just « from 3 the ; east «• would , like
IS work by the day in families. : 20 College uv.
'-near; Mission «t. .
;FRENCH iuu|iif, wife ■■ first; class cook, man
- butler, net-fill, t w__ positions with in- bacli
elor; willing to go ; aujwhore. C. D., 780
Broadway. t '«* '
JAPANESE ; girl want* ti position, small ',: private ■
. : family, ;as waiter 'and: at housework; competent,
v> lovable disposition «nd good natureil. MINA,
a phone Klllmore 1110. >
MIDDLE AGED la.ly, no encuinbraiue, wili
manage apartment "house or rooming f- house for
I'- small apartment ami small - salary; « bent of . ref
www. Phone Park 2037. ' - ?;P"*.- : ''
I NEAT woman would like a few places as nwtm
jv In.._ confinement 4 cases; j nlease s call ? 1283 5 Florida
it., nr. 2T,th. .
PRACTICAL ' nurse I wishes I position as i nurse or
lli- companion. U3B McAllister. Phone Wc»t 7081.
POSITION wanted I>y a young lady with two
years' experience «m k blllVr. copyist and otter
I; office work. Box 071, Call office. •..-. •, ]
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FRMAlE— Oontlniied
THOROUGHLY experienced, attractive young
woman solicitor will consider opening along
similar line, if proposition carries some sal
ary. Box W74, Call office.
WASTED — By n competent German lady, a posi
tion as houspkeppcr lady's maid or nursery
governess. Address E. HOFFMANN, Y. W. C.
A.. 1240 O'Farrrll st. __
YOUXG lady, neat appearing nnd thoroughly
competent stenographer, wisuee position. Box
112(1 Oh 11 office.
YOUNG lady wants clerical position: Mo ewitrh
hoard operator; 22 years; waxes $40 a month.
Hox 79t, Call. 0 '
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
M\I,E
EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING MAX
SEEKS SITUATION.
I harp absolute faith In my ability to material
ly Increase your sales and profits, inasmuch as I
have had 9 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 ana
scientific analysis, which have Iβ almost every
case been most successful. Aβ to advertising—l
produce original, logical copy In any form or
style, and hare a thorough knowledge of layout,
makeup, art work, type and printing. As to my
anility along merchandising line?, I should
like the opportunity to prove my knowledge of
practical salesmanship and organization. I am at
present employed, but desire a fl>!d wherein I
niny exert my efforts to better advantage. My
character and references will be found satisfac
tory. Address box 790, Call office.
AMBITIOUS young man. 27 years. American, ex
perience in the east, desires responsible posi
tion where earnest endeavors will be suitably
rrwtrded; best of references. Box 873. Call.
COUNTRY job printer and press feeder, sets sev
eral languages, is open for encasement; will
consider small salary in order to qualify. Box
905, Call office.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants work even
ings posting, trial balance, etc.; best results.
Box 940. Call offlcp.
FRENCH couple, wife first class cook, man but
ler, useful wish positions in prlvatp family:
first class references. MR. G. D. OLD, Hotel
dc Frnme. Broadway. '
GARDENER—MiddIe aged, experienced lawnmak-
Injr. propagation and care shrubbery, flowers
and vegetables: handy with tools; best ref
erences. Box 975, Call.
LANDSCAPE engineer wants position. man
aglne or lavins out place. Bor 774. Call office.
I MAN with gfxid references wants work n_ imv
kind: good all round ihcthnntr Box 956. Call.
OPTICIAN, state registered desire position to
do optical and clerical work in Jewelry store;
best qualifications and references. Address
box 780. Call.
PHOTOGRAPHIC printer, young nun, 3 years'
experience as professional. Address O. SEKI,
1415 Geary st.
PORTER, saloon, can tend bar. American, de
sires position Addrpss 3. P. C-. 103 3d at.
RELIABLE and sober man (German i would like
steady position on a small private place; un
derstands the cere of horses, can milk, do
gardening nnd chores: waees moderate. Ad
dress C. MILLER. 150 Jackson st.
SOBER, industrious man with family wishes po
sition as night watchman In city: fl r «t clh**
city references. Address RAM McKEE, 1008
Golden Gnte ay. Phone West 040fi.
THOROUGHLY experienced nil around railway
man with best of eastern references wishes to
liicate here: also experienced in salesmanship.
Hot M 4. Call office.
WATCHMAKER. 19 years' experience on good
class railroad watches; sober and reliable. G.
R. H.. Shoe Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
Yftl'NG man engaged in afternoon as instructor
In Jewish language would accept morning em
ployment ns clerk In retail store or assist in
office work. Address box 9")5. Call office, or
phone Market StflS,
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAA—Telephone operator*. Permanent positions
for young wnm»n and girls.
Salaries from $1 to $3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salaries paid while learning.
Call at telephone building. Pine and Stelner
sts., San Francisco.
Employment office open week days, 8 a. m.'
to s p. m.
Sundays and holirfnrs. 10 a. n>. to _ p. m.
Call or telephone West 7593. or Oakland 131.
SEWING MACHINE OPER \TORS OR OVF.R
ALLS FOR PTHINO WORK DEPARTMENT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEYI STRAUSS & CO..
VALENCIA ST., BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS.
AT MRS. C. REID'S employment office. n.'!s
Mnrket sr.. fifth floor: phone Sntter tl_6—
Exp. chamber maids, city hotel. $22 fd.: wait
resses, country, easy place. $35 fd.; waitresses.
$25 fd.; trirl to assist, general housework, child
3 years, $25 fd.
IF you are looking for a good position In any
partlrniar line, file copies of your references
with The Call's free employment bureau and
we will assist you in securing employment.
Office bonrs 0 a m. till noon.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVY. P. V.. SYSTEM Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 067 Market st..
second floor, nesr Ewnress tne.iter.
WANTED —Girls to work concessions with car
nival company: easy work the yenr a round and
good psy. Apply at once to LEW BRYZEL,
Hotel Hownrd. W_ nnd Howard sts.
WANTED—Two rirls for general housework in
separate fnmilips. arijolninsr houses, in Santa
Rosa. Call Saturday moraine between S and
II a. m. at HOTEL YON DORN. 242 Turk st.
GIRLS and women for factory work: opportunity
to learn good trade and fair wages while learn
ing. See MR. LEVAN, business office The Call.
0 a. n>. to 12 noon.
SEVERAL cood positions are open i n young
ladles ami women at The Call's Free Em
ployment Bureau. See MR. LEVAN 9 a. m. to
12 noon.
YOUNG women to work on fruit: 12*4 cents por
hour. Come at once ready to work. PACIFIC
SYRUP CO., 74." Sansome st.
GIRL over 1" years for office work: neat: ref
erences. Apply to St. Anthony's Hospital, 827
Brush st.. Oakland.
GIRLS, li> years of agp. for cashiers and wrap
pers. Apnly at superintendent's office, THE
EMPORIUM.
FIRST CLASS cloak woman for head of depart
ment In lnrr-e California town. Address box
899, Call office.
GET MARRlED—Thousands tired living alone:
nil uses. Call or writ- MRS. HYDE. 2677
Mission st.
WANTFD—German lady to keep house for a man
with 2 small girls. Box 045, Call office.
WANTED —Girls to face dried fruits. Apply fore
lady. GUGGENHEIM fc CO.. 1301 Sansome st
SALESWOMAN experienced tn art Itaen. Annly
at superintendent's offlcp, TnK EMPORIUM.
EXPERIENCED glove fitter. Annly at superin
tendent's office. THE EMPORIUM.
GOOD operator for power machine, ladles' wear;
permanent position. 944 Hyde st.
GIRLS for general work In a wholesale drug
house. Roy 93*. fpii office.
GIRL for general housework nt 1587 Octavia st.
near Slitter.
EXPERIENCED waitress wanted at 150 3d st..
Snwtdn,
WAGON BOYS; MUST BE M YEARS OF AGE
APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE THK
EMPORIUM.
WANTED—Men amLwoitien to learn barber trade I
under Cnl. system. Icfm In a 'pw weeks and
become an exntrt: may make $10 week while
learning: spec'al rate to the first 8. CAL
BARBER COLLEGE. 14." 3d st. below Mission.
BOY wanted in office of wholesale house; good
chance for advancement. Answer In own hand- I
writing, giving age, address and reference, box
5)44. Call office.
WANTED — MMdle aged man who understands
ponltry to work nn small chicken ranch near
PetHluma. Apply at 2731 Bryant st.. S. F.
STEADY man in good money making business;
can make $1.10 » month; experience unneces
sary: $2.">0 required. 787 Market St.. room 134.
EXPERIENCED janitors between 20 sind 40 years
of age. Apply supt's office, THE EMPORIUM.
MALE HELP WANTED
I WANTED—Cooks and waiters, bellboys. nusfKvrs.
elevator men. theater ushers, male help only;
no fee charged: portions 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. Apnly after 12 o'clock.
m>4 Powell «t., downstolrs. See MR. DA
VENPORT.
' LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN for
nearby, railroads: $S0 to $100 monthly: ace 18
to 3. r >: experience unnecessary; no strike: pro
motion to engineer, conductor: railroad employ
ing headquarters: no ctmrge for assistance to
I employment: state age; send stamp for app'lca-
I tion. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, box 630. Call
office.
I'.OYS wanted. 15 years of age. with bicycles:
can make $1.50 to $2 a day. 14G1 Polk at. or
2081 Mission st.
AX MRS. C. REID'S employment office. P35
Market st.. fifth floor: phone Sutter 8108 -
porter on boat, good place. $30 and found:
dishwashers, pantryman, waiters on boats, $30
and board; waiter on boat. $35 and board: dish
washer on boot, $30 and found.
WANTED FOR r. 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, read and write the
Englf»h language. For information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, 660 Market St., San Francisco,
Cal.
WHY NOT LEARN THE BARBER TRADE? -
Wo teach ypu in S weeks: pay wages while
learning; 10,000 positions furnished in 1911:
learn under the MOLER SYSTEM, and learn
right. Call MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. 234
3ri st. below Howard. Write for free catalogue.
TWO structural steel draftsmen, work at Marys
ville: state age, experience, name of last em
ployer and give references. Apply to THE
YTBA CONSTRT'CTION COMPANY. Marys
vllle. Cal.. rare P. R. Parker, works manager
and chief e-.igineer.
BOYS, 14 to 17 years of age, to do wrapping
nnd clerical work; excellent opportnnlties fur
bright boys who are willing and capable.
Apply in person and present school certificate.
SHR.EVE & CO., corner Post st. and Grant ay.
BOYS wanted: 15 years' age; can earn $2 to
$2.50 day. 387 Pine st.
THOROUGHLY experienced and reliable man
and wife to work t>n a farm: man as teamster
nnd general farm work, wife to cook for 10
persons. Address F. If. R., Call office. San
Jose, Cal.
WANTED—Young man for general office work:
must be rapid at figurine anrl write a good
hand: wages at start $70. with chances for
Improvement. Box 054. Call office.
TYPISTS for evening work: heading ledger
sheet , ! nnd shepf Index card*. \n»!v at super
intendents office. THE EMPORIUM.
MEN nnd women to learn bartering:
learning; pee ns about tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 7!>O Howard st.
WANTED—Roys and younEr men with motor
cycles for delivery work: $2.50 r>er day. Apply
«lft Market st. 14«1 Polk «t. or 357 Pine st.
WANTED —Young men to learn auto bu«ine««;
demand treat with n'e nay. PANAMA WEST
ERN AUTO EXCHANGE. 14«5 Mission st.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 7SS Harrison st. nr. M--200
hard finished rooms: large reading room: hot
water: rooms 25c a day. ?1.2"> and $1.50 week.
$250 —Wanted partner in cement and concrete
business; plenty of work: good prices. Ad
dress box R75. Call office.
WANTED —Herk acquainted with the retail
hardware business. Address, stating experi
ence, box f<5. , ?. Call office.
AUTOMOPHE rtrlviner and renairinc MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57th and Adeline
sts.. Oakland.
STOUT boy. 16 to IS reirs, wanted to work
in whoiesa'e house. W. DAVIS & SONS,
2040 Howard st.
BOY for general office work: salary $5 per
week. Address in own handwriting, box 967.
Call office.
GET married —Thousands rich, ail ages, tired liv
ing alone. Call or write MRS HYDE, 2077
Mission st.
WANTED-—Rot with wfceel after irhool hour*.
BAT CITY HAT WORKS. lf»12 San Pablo ay.,
Oakland.
COAT MAKER. fl'-st class, wanted: shop fur
nished. J. D. HAHN. 1425 Broadway. Oak
land.
HARNESS MAKKIB wanted: heavy nnd Hght
work. W. PAVTS ,* SONS. 2040 TTowird st.
WANTED —Hotel porter: mn«t J-e able to read
and write. COLTON HOUSE. 224 3.1 st.
WANTED —A 1 plumber: nonunion preferred.
Call in person. Room 731. Hotel Pale.
GLOVE cutters wanted. FARRANT GLOVE
MANUFACTURING CO.. 3GOO Mission st.
J BOY wanted at 210 Kearny st. near Sutter.
BIG demand for moving picture operators: small
co«<t to learn. 3 City Hall ay. Office 515.
1 UNCALLED for and second hand shoes. 75c up:
shoes repaired while waitine. 103 3d st.
! COAT MAKER wanted at 94S Market st. corner
Mason, room 4H2.
THREE first class ladies' tailors. W. BARON,
11* Oenry st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT Iβ." FILLMORE ST.
SA TORS
MAN to sell from wagon to restaurants and
saloons; state if you know trade; good propo
sition. Box 040. Cnll office.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
ASK your supply house for D. M. S.. used by all
first class barber shops. Prepared by
DU PONT.MFO. CO..
453 Donglass st.
FOR RALK —-A gooil paying country barber shop:
$275 will buy if taken immediately: owner
has other business, GFO. P. BROWN, Kel
seyville. Lake county. Cal.
I FOR sale—2 chair barber shop: 2 living rooms
and bath: lease; reason for selling going east
to sick .sister. See BF,CKEL & FRESHER,
fiO fith st.
LIST your shop for sale with SEELY: all
go there for bargains. Has all kinds of bar
ber goods at a discount; 304 Hayes st.
BARBERS' UNION—Free emp. agency. R. H.
BAKER, Sec. 966 Market: tel. Franklin MM.
FOR sale —3 chair up to date shop and cigar
■tand; owner will sacrifice; rent $25; lease.
25«2 Telegraph ay.. Berkeley.
FOR rent—Five chair barber shop: 6 baths: cigar
stand: sickness cause of renting. For particu
lars. BILLY CURRIER. 11 Turk st.
FIRST CLASS barber wishes short hour position
year round In Oakland: can give references
Box r>3. Call office. Alameda.
WANTED—Barber shop In Prnraae, Lassen or
Modoc co.mties; 2 chairs and up, with bath
Box 775. Call office.
BARBER wanted: must be first class: Rhort
hours: no Sunday. 22 Tillman plnce, off
Grant ay.
BARBF.R wanted from Saturday. Ham and
Sunday: $5 2280 23d st and R. R. ay.,
Kant Oakland.
BARBER, young married man, wishes a steady
position. 1001 Golden Gate ay. or telephone
Park 2244.
SECOND HAND CHAIRS saeriSced; we need
room for new one*. BECKEL & PRESHER
co Bth st.
ROCKSIDE
Makes any mjior hone work lust right. Try it.
BARBERS' Protective Uuion—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.; tel. Kearny r>3B4.
GOOD union barber. ."307 Orore st.. Oakland."
BUY clock poles from maker direct- $1.1 and
$17.50: gtd. 1 year. 3252 A 22d st.. upstairs.
•"•BAY WITCH ,, in the mo-t delightful anil ccml
ine fnep wash msi'e fIA'TH'S. ",f» «f ]
BARBER wanted far evenings. Saturday and !
Sun.: also porter wanted. 1053 p o lk st.
FOR sale—A 3 chair shop; 2 baths; a bargain I
Address J. T. YOUNG. Quiicy. Cal. j
MANICURE wanted at 30 California st.
FOR eale—l chair shop with living room*: good
stand. Box ».{fi. Call office. 8
■BARBER wanted Saturday and Sunday good
Job. 400 Bth st.. Oakland. " X
BARBER wanted Saturday evening from I
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday, from 1 to 10
p. m. 2807 24th st.
BARBER for Saturday and Sundar. 1507 Grant
avenue.
Gf 7tU > s hart>er f ° r Saturda *; u ni on sln>p. u^7
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES '
ConUnDPd
WANTED —Two first class barbers. Apply at
2.'!ot Telegraph »t, corner Bancroft, Berkeley.
BARBER wanted f<rr Saturday at 2807 22d et.
WANTED—A first class barber for Saturday
nnd Sunday. C. A. JOHNSON", k>2 Clement.
GOOD barter wanted for S.nturl.iy anrl Sunday:
.nin ran reed IC. Apply 242 Clement si.
FIRST class barber wanted for Saturday and
Sunday. Address 784 Broadway, S. K.
BOOTBLACK wanted at in42~ Pevisadero st!
near California; wages $9 per week.
MIST sell 3 chair shop: down town. good loc«
-tloa: sickness. Box RSB. Call offlve.
FOR sale—3 chair barber shop; good buslnesa;
low rent. 787 Howard St.
WANTED—Barber for Saturday and Sunday.
Apply 471 7tb St.. Oakland.
BARBER wants steady position; small wages.
Address 330 4th st.
I BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday.
0491.*, Broadway.
I BARBER for Saturday and Sunday at 754 Colnm
MM avenue.
BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday at
r>42 Green st.
___J^ZO^^ILES^
HANDSOME 5 passenger touring car, 1909 model
Royal Tourist. In splendid condition. This car
has been but slightly used and is worth at
least $1,000; will sacrifice for $400. Boi 952.
Call office.
SIX PASSENGER WINTON. IN T THE BEST or
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST.
CORNER WALLER.
I HA Vk 4 new 1912 7 passenger cars, which I
will sell at reduced price for cash. These can
will be absolutely guaranteed and will be ex
ceptionally good buys for real estate men.
Rent men or any ooe in need of a good 7 pas
senger car address box 607. Call office.
WE sold t) 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 »t.
! ACTOMOBILS trimmings and lamps nickel
plated or baked enameled: reasonable prices;
prompt delivery: we do It ourselves. BOESCH
LAM? CO.. 1135 Mission st.
MIST be sold this week, light passenger car.
fully equipped self-starter, demountable rims.
MM Apgar st.. CJakland.
MISSION BRANCH OK THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
J^SICALJT^T^V^EN^
NEW pianos and player pianos rented, lowest
prices: visit new bsrsrain mom or get bargain
list. KOHLER A- CHASE. 2e O'Farrell <t.
USED Hallet & Davis piano in good enwlltioQ:
bargain if sold quick; leaving city; selling all
my effects. Box 973. Call office.
! PIANOS to rent: no cartage. BYRON MAUZY
Gold Medal Pianoe. 2.-.0 Stockton st.
OLD VIOLIN for sale at a bargain. Address
1447 Oth st.. Alameda.
& SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebnilt typewrltera
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers inspecteu and rented: ribbons for al! ma
chines: carbon papers and office supplier. 307
Bush st.: phones Douglas 4113. Home CSSlfc
REBUILT $100 Remington No. 6 or Smith Pre
mier typewriter No. 2, guaranteed, for $36; $3
per month. L. &. M. ALEXANDER. 512
Market st.
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange. 904 Broadw»y.
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriter*.
SEWING MACHINES
ALL makes sold, repaired, rented. McNALLY.
2064 Mission st.. bet. 22d and. 2M, Mission
202, M 3536. 539 I«th at San Pablo are., Oak
land. Oakland 1774.
INSECTS EXTERMINATED
qulckly aniTpermanently by thTTn^
SECTICIDE CO., (157-659 Phelan building.
!
Ask
Grandpa
Among , the standard
timekeepers none is more
favorably known than the
"old timer" WALTHAM
WAT C H. Generation
after generation have a
good impression of this
particular make of
watches. If you are the
least bit in doubt—ask
your father, or your
father's father, or his
father about it.
Through the courtesy of
I one of San Francisco's
most reputable jewelry
concerns —the firm of De
remer & Co., THE CALL
is going to dispose of a
Waltham Watch. It will
be given away, without
any obligation of any kind
on' the part of the recip
ient. It will be one of the
very best watches made
by 'the Waltham Watch
Company at Waltham,
Mass. Do you know
about THE WALTHAM
RIVERSIDE WATCH?
In this column tomor
row you will learn more
about the exceptionally
fine timepiece that will
be given away —if we had \
more room we could tell
you faster and more z
' : "forcefully some of the rea- ?
sons why IT PAYS TO
READ 'THE CALL'S
CLASSIFIED COL- \
UMNS.

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