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SAN FRANCISCO C«,n-: ■
A. AA. S. R.—Officers and mem- .CfirW*
hers are hereby notified to attend fc]jj__
the funeral cerenioi < f - ':ite ¥mm%mmw\
•her. EDWIN OLIVER RIESER MHHaffiC
i.32>. at his late residence. T7ii tTjifc' T«
Clavton street. Tills DAY iTues *f*lHp"_e
day i. October 22. 1012. at 1 p. m.
Swvices under tbe auspices of
Sdlth San Francisco Lodge No. 212, F. & A. M.
LOUIS RLOCH. Muster of Kadosh.
HENRY' ASCROFT Registrar.
CALIFORNIA Chapter No. 5. R. A. M-,5-fL
-Special meetinp THIS (TUESDAY i M_jsW
EVENING, at 7:.W o'clock, 21"0 Tvffijg
Sutter street. M. M. degree. _ff_P
EDWARD rEABODY. Secretary. $>_f£f
A. A A. S. R. of Free Maaosny. San Ugfe
Francisco I.rxlge of Perfection No. TjT
1 Twelfth and Thirteenth de- A&
grerj, THIS Ti'ESDAY. October 22, £__%
at 8 p. ra.. Scottish Rite
Temple, N. E. corner Van V-*s f%**jP\
avenue and Sutter street. Uh-^SF^fa
HENRY ASCROFT. Secretary. V-- T Tr^^ v
mission Coauaandery No. 41. K. T. -
No assembly THIS (TUESDAY! EVEN TSfIH
ING. By order of _f
EDWIN W. TUCKER. ■
Eminent Commander.
V HAWKSLEY. Recorder.
ORIENTAL Lodge Xo« 144. K. &. A. M , *.
— Officers and members are requested to «f\r
attend the funeral of Brother ELI A. 7\fc,
MYFRS. late a membe- of Shekinah ' ▼
Lodge No 240 of Philadelphia, Pa., from
Golden Gale Commandery hall, 21"r. Sutter
street, Tuesday, October 22. at 1 o'clock p. m.
Funeral committee. Master Masons aud friends
ire invited.
A. S. HUBBARD. Secty.
OLIN L. BFRRY. W. M.
SOUTH SAN FRANCIBCO Lodge No. 212. ML
F. * A. M.—Officers and members are WW
requested to attend the funeral of our
decease.! brother. E. 0. REISER, from ' v
770 Clayton st. Tuesday. October 22. at 1
imj_ p m. By order of the W. M.
W. .1. B. WARNER. Secretory.
SAN FEANCISIO Lodge N... :;i!0. F. A- m\
A. M.. 17".:) Fillmore street—Third de- ~#y
gree THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at AA
7:30 o'clock. ' V
LEW v.. sawyer. Secretary.
BURLINGAME I/vige \e 4<«i. U. Ac A~ __""
M.—Second degree Tins (TUESDAY 1 -/V
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. yW\
EPW. H. GEARY. Secretary. *
GULDEN GATE Lodge No. ;;o. j'. p.- \. J_~"
M Third decree *TH IS (TUESDAY! JL
EVENING 7.30 o'clock. Fratern.' hall. A/\
I. O. 0. F. building. Market and Sev- ' ▼ >
enth streets. Master Masons cordially invited.
EDWIN L. METER, Secrets
CROCKETT lodge \o. ir>,o. y. &A. M. - M "
Officers and members arc requested to
.'•(tend the funeral of our deceased '.
brother. ALBERT H. KURKEN, .•n'^ r !
WEDNESDAY. October 2::. at 1:30 o'clock,
from Golden Gate ball. 2138 Sutter st.
r. h. Mcpherson, secretary.
PACIFIC Lodge No. l-'Ui. F. A: A. M., IT.'l.t Mk. ~
Fillmore street — Meet* THIS (TIES _TW
DAY, EVENING. 7:30 o'clock. Third
degree. GEORGE L. DARLING. Sec T ..W- *
PARNASSUS I>»rlge No. 3SS, F. A- A. M. jT~
- -Third degree THIS (TUESDAY) -_F_r
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
W. A. HOYT. Secretary. ' ▼
MAGNOLIA* Lodge No. 20. I. O. O. ,
F,. Seventh and Market stre.-t* -_!S3bs,'<-
InltinMon THIS TUESDAY, Octo- '-.*^SS>i^
ber 22. PJI2. Visitors welcome. '' xs
CHARLES minor. Noble Grand.
of San Francisco Lodge T&JJf A_E2lh\
No. 26 i*. open for a short
time. Application fee Oi*^^_Bcißi
national director. jWß_i F2£v
room 708. West bank
bldg.. 830 Market street.
GOLDEN GATE PURPLE STAR L. __ Z~
O. I_. 139, meets in Swedish-Amer- 29
lean hall. 2174 Market St.. TUES- tfSgfiL
HAY EVENING, October 22. at 8
o'clock. Visiting brethren cordiailr %■■__>
Invited. T. McHENRT, Sec.
A KPE» I.AL called meeting of the Houscsmith's,
Local No. 78. wil! be held WEDNESDAY,
October 23. 1012.
OIVIDENDJW TICES
OFFICE of tbe Fireman's Fund Insurance Com
pany. San Francisco, October 21. 1012.—At a
meeting "of tbe board of directors, held this
day, a dividend of 4 per cent ($4 per share*
for tbe three months ending September 30,
1012. was declared to stockholders of record at
! ose of business October 22, 1012. payable
mi and after October 25, 1012. on which date
dividend checks will I>e mailed.
LOUIS WEINMANS. Secretary.
LOST AND FOUND
STOLEN—Party known, out of room 200. Doug
las house, suit of clothe*. Return to THOMAS
MAii'-'NEi, Harrison hotel, 4th and Harrison.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued j
\ IFYOULOSEANYTHING—Advertise it ||
J here. It will be returned to you If an hon- ,i
ji est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries |[
i| are brought about every day through these I]
i| columns. J
> IF YOU FIND ANYTHING I
> BRING IT TO THE ||
< SAN FRANCISCO CALL
LOST AND FOUND BUREAU. i
I THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
I 1 Get a claim check. Have lt advertised, j
i! Reclaim it if tbe owner does not. ',
ji THE LAW—People who find lost articles ].
i are interested in knowing that the state law ,'
) is strict In requiring them to seek the own- j
i ers. through advertisement and otherwise. ',
\ end that failure to do so. if proof can be \<
|i shown, involves a severe penalty. ,'
FOL'ND on train and ferry, and can he ob
tained by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROITE PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oct. 2—
Hammer; pr. glove*: pocket book; pk?. poultry
food; pkg. hose: tin folding lunebbox; roll musical
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 book S. P.; pkg. old
magazines. Oct. s—Bathing suit; bank book;
purse; overcoat; pkg. socks and handkerchiefs;
pkg. hinges; pkgs. collars. Oct. 6—Key; box
stationery. Oct. 7—-Purse; book; pkg. kodak !
photos; pkg. gloves and underwear; violin bow.
Oct. S—Single glove:' brooch pin: 2 ladies' band
bags; music roll; pkg. nightgowns: pair gloves;
pkK box rice; neck fur: roll music; pkg. pair
rubbers. Oct. 9^—2 single gloves; .1 pr. gloves;
commute; cardcase; elastic belt and buckle; y,
d >7. sojie,] collars. Oct. 10—Cane; 2 pr. gloves;
pkg. dress goods; handbag: single glove. Oct.
11—3 books; kodak; umbrella; pkg. filing cards:
pkg. corset; pr. glov-s: pkg. gloves; silver card
case purse. Oct. 12 —Pkg. tooth paste, etc.: steel
square: pkg. shoes: or. gloves; pkg. rubber sole
shoes and shirt; pkg. skirt; envelope lace; mat
tine: hmdtbox; pkg. Japanese-English reader;
lady's handbag: W F & Co. money order. Oct.
13—Roll rubber: book: umbrella; pkg. shoes;
suitcase; pin, "Eagles"; extension basket. Oct. ■
It —Pkg box of blocks; pkg. pair shoes; baggage
check: umbrella; pkg latiy's hose; pkg. picture
frames; single glove; pkg. golf sticks; pkg.
papers. Scientific Press: commute. Oct. 15—Roll
plans; umbrella: card case; pair gloves; pkg. 2
yards white cloth: pkg. stamped waist; pkg. 3
bottles catnip leaves: pkg. overalls; cane; pkg.
lady's white garment: pkg. wrench, etc. Oct.
I_ —Pkg. asthma remedy, baby shoe, pkg. gloves;
pkg. book of woolen samples: child's hand
satchel; beaded pur.-c: eyeglass; single glove;
pair gloves. Oct. 17—Spectacle case; lunch
satchel: pkg. diapers; hacksaw: umbrella. Oct.
18— Photo; 111. Com. Travelers Assn. button;
purse: 2 pr. gloves: pkg.: sliver buttonhook;
pke\ oak veneers; pocket memo, book; roll Forest
Ili'l tract nirtps: cardcase.
FOLND and can t>e ootaiued by owner at the
SAN FRANCI SCO-OAK LA ND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION,
SFCOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST..
OAKLAND: Oct. I—Vise; lady's tan gloves; lady'B
pjrse. 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. 4—Large black note book: cake; bar.
beauty pin stones on it. Oct. ts—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; WHtcli 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. 9—Beauty pin: brace- ,
let. 4 pr. black hose; black lunch box; grip;
sweater; package. Oct. 10.—Small black purse;
fmall packaee; pair hose; black glove: watch
fob; grip; lap robe; 2 bibles: pair black hose;
r'bbon: gold bar pin: overcoat: pkg. white cloth.
Oct. 11 —Three purses; matting suitcase; pen
knife. Oct. 12—Small pkg. cloth: brown hand
ling: green suitcase; lunchbox. Oct. 13—Book;
watch charm: music t--tand and case: 3 purses.
Oct. 14—White silk muffler: yale key; bunch
flowers; lady's night dress. Oct. 15—Pkg. cloth
iuc: key; child's coat; music roll. 2 purses; can
coffee; sheet of gal. Iron; lunch box; roll of bed
ding. Oct. 18—Pkr. dry goods: roll of wire;
purse. Oct. 17—Overcoat and hook: glove; pack
age; purse; 2 suitcases; 2 books: pair stockings.
Oct. IS—Basket; 2 packages; bunch of keys;
purse; cloth pad; comforter and basket.
FOUND in streetcars and cau be obtained by
owner at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE room
I 502. 85 SECOND ST.: Sept. 25--Handh'ag: 2
packages; 3 books; p«! r gloves; knife
contract; baby shoe: can ham; purse; en
velope. Sept. 20—Suitcase: 2 packagea; 2 hajtd
grlpg; 4 purses: 2 cans paint; watch fob.
FOUND and run be obtained by owner at
£AUFOR.\T\ ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
mph and CALIFORNIA STS.: Oct. J to 6—
1 bible; 1 alligator hand bag; 1 lady's glove;
1 lady'a veil: 1 bottle listerine; 1 pair baby's
gloves: 1 small red purse: 1 small black purse;
1 checkbook Wells Fargo Nevada National bank.
L>»sr Yesterday, lady's black handbag, contain
ing gold watch. Initials E. E. R.; lavender
lover's knot set with two small diamonds,
small amount of money, letter bearing addresa
Miss Josephine Seaton. Laconia apts.. Oak
land. Lrfbera] reward. Finder return to
Greater San Francisco Cloak Co., 152 Geary st.
LOST—Two passbooks with the Hibernla Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco, No 254
-1451. Mary I'feiffVr. and No. 300-lSffl. Phllo
niena Schntta; tinder please return to bank: mi
les returned within 5 dajs new books will he
issued.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912.
LOST AND FOUND
________ on .** n 3*^L__„_.^.~~-~~<_*—
FOUND en trains snd ferry and ran be ob
tained by owner at SOCTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Sept. 30 to Oct.
I—* rkgs. clothing: roil of paper; small black
rase; lunch box: soft hat; child's coat; book;
2 pieces brass casting; bundle of can-as; black
wallet. Oct. 2—Grip: lady's for: 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: ran of oil: overcoat; lady's hat; suitcase;
Hnen duster: pair of spectacles: pkg. medicine.
Oct. 4. 5 and 6—Feather boa: note books; 2
hooks: pkg. wood; pair of gloves;«shopplng 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. paper*.
Oct. B—2 books on chemistry: lady's handbag;
lady's belt; package of clothing; pac" "ige of
cardboard: overcoat. Oct. 10 —Package of cloth
trie; kodak No. 2. Eastman; gent's cap: package
nf cloth; roll of linoleum. Oct. 12-13— lady's
handbag; brown fnr; pkg. clothing: red color
sweater; story book; 2 woman's gloves: lady's
black bolt; blue veil; gold rim spectacles; black
overcast; gray vest: pkg. hardware. Oct. IS—
Pkg. shoes; clothing; black purse; pkg. hard
ware; overcoat;, pkg. carbons. Oct. 16—Pkg.
cloth; pkg. clothing; black overcoat, pkg. face
powder, roller skate: girl's velvet hat; woman's
hue Jacket: towel pkg.; envelope of photos. Oct.
17 Overcoat (black >: pkg. clothing; 2 white
snunt'ets: roll advertising matter; woman's
mat ibrownish>: small red notebook. Oct. 10 —
Veil: pkg. photo«: baby sandal; half suitcase:
book; umbrella: paper bag fur; spectacle case;
nkg. ball glore; jrold shield pin: gold watch.
Oct. 20—Commute: child's sweater; child's neck
fur: honk: N. \V. Pacific commute.
FOUND and can be obtained hv owner at SAN
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS, eastern district NINETY-SIXTH AY.
»nd EAST FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND:
Oct. I—Bucket with overalls, hammer: pkg.
overalls: lady's purse; school pin. Oct. 2—
Small suitcase; beads; purse; basket dry goods.
Oct. S—Gloves; stocking!' fur; basket; book: um
brella. Oct. 4—Satchel with clothing: bundle of
clothing; pocket knife; pair gloves; pin. Oct. 8
—Band satchel; telescope basket: Buitcase. Oct.
B—Muffler: pin; pair gloves. Oct. 11—Telescope
basket; lnnehbox; muffler; book: purse: box of
collars. Oct 12 —Handbag; pocket light; scarf
pin; shawl: prayer book: gloves; pkg. of old
cloth. Oct. 13—Telesco||e basket; bucket and
cup; handbag; fur: kodak. Oct. 14—Market bag;
bundle; hat: ring: purse; lunch basket. Oct. 15—
pkg. lamp globes: suitcase; pair gloves; basket
containing clothing; parasol. Oct. IB—Camp
stool: hand basket; bicycle tire. Oct. 17 —Small
suitcase; basket. Oct. IR—l.uneb basket: pkg.
papers. Oct. 20 —Suitcase: telescope basket; pair
shoes: ring: paper box: bibiP: purse.
FOUND and can be 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. 5—
Small purse: book (arithmetic*: suitcase: man's
hat. Oct. 6—Grass handbag; book: brass lamp;
lunch basket. Oct. 7 —Lunch grip: knife. Oct.
S—Baseball glove. Oct. 9—Pkg. (Mrs. Brittan).
Oct. 10—Small purse: 2 books. "Socialism";
pkg. books. Oct. 11—Cane. Oct. 12—Beauty
pin: mesh purse. Oct. 13—Suitcase; German
book. Oct. 14—Crucifix; washboard; lunch
basket: purse (containing letter from Amanda
Pades*: lady's collar pin. Oct. 15—Pkg. or
groceries; 1 pr. silk gloves. Oct. 17—Lady's
breastpin. -«_.
FOI'ND and can be obtained by owner at
POLICE DEPARTMENT. HALL OF JUSTICE.
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS.: Oct.
2—Several sacks of grain, found at 1636 Bryant
st.: lady's handbag, found at Haicht and Stanyan
=ts.; sack of sngar. found in Fell st. between
Van Ness ay. and 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 in front of
Cliff bouse; small vice and lot of keys, found at
Fifth ay. and Fulton st. Oct. 4—Diamond breast
pin, found on Mount Tamalpats. If owners will
call at the property clerk's office of this depart
ment, at Kearny and Washington sts.. and prova
ownership the same will be delivered to them.
ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
mainlng on hand at THIRD AND TOWNSEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct. 1—
Ring; package clothes; package hardware; o~™r
coat; book. Oct. 2—Hat; pair gloves; overcoat.
Oct. 3—Package clothes; umbrella. Oct. 4—Um
brella; package paper: roll plans. Oct. 9—Pr.
lady's shoes: package cloth; package towels;
knife; bathrobe: package tooth paste. Oct. 10 —
Electric globe: lady's cost; suitcase: ring. Oct.
11—Parasol; pair overalls; razor and brush. Oct.
32—Cake box; bundle clothes: girl's hat; piece
embroidery; paekaee pears; waist. Oct. 13—Suit
case. Oct. 14 —Bottle medicine.
FOUND In doorway of Haas' candy store. Oct.
17, 1912. small black grip. Owner can have
same by identifying at The Call Lost and
Found Bureau, 3d and Market sts.
■> 1...
LOST—GoId cuff button; initials A. D. O.: re
ward. Return same to The Call business office.
FOUND on coast line trains and can be ob
tained by the owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC
COAST DIVISION DEPOT. THIRD and TOWN
SEND STS.: Sept. 20 —Overcoat; drinking cup;
pair glove*; purse; book. Sept. 21—Book on
Spanish. Sept. 22—Pair overalls. Sept 23—Pil
low; straw hat; lady's coat: handsaw. Oct. 14—
F'kg. cloth: box shoes; book: spectacles; pkg.
-lothlng: sweater; woman's belt; jointed rule;
bundle stationery: pocket knife,
FOUND ana can be obtained by owner at tna
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RYS-.
northern district. TWENTIETH ST. and MAC
DONALD AY., RICHMOND: Aug. 22—Stickpin;
market bag. Aug. 23—Man's bat; pkg. contain
ing clothes. Aug. 24—R01l of music; pair of
pants. Aug. 25—Pair baseball shoes. Aug. 27—
House plan.
LOST —October 13 (s•"> reward), gold handker
chief holder attached to handkerchief, consist
ing of pin. short chain and clasp; keepsake.
Return to box 947, Call office.
LOST—Sunday afternoon, on Bth ay.. Richmond.
Boston bull pupny, light hrindle. white line on
head' and shoulder: liberal reward. Return to
owner. JOSEPH B. TUCKER, sixth floor, 150
Poat st.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA STS.: Aug. 13—Dia
mond breastpin; pearl handle knife; set of false
teeth.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner from GENERAL BAGGAGB
AGENT. .WESTERN PACIFIC RY.. FERRY
BUILDING: Aug. 25—Lady's hand satchel.
LIBERAL reward for suit case lost Sunday after
noon bet. Petaluma and Sausallto on main
automobile road by the way of San Ansrlmo.
Notify Gatos Hotel. Fiilmore and Geary sts.
LOST —Tuesday afternoon, pearl and diamond
breastpin and small gold pin. wrapped in tis
sue paper. Liberal reward. Retnrn to
GRANADA HOTEL offce. bet. fl and 10 a. m.
_OST—A hrindle dog pnp. with half white ring on
neck, little white on nose; child* playmate.
Reward if returned to 445 Bartlett St.; phone
Mission 2710.
LOST —Gold cuff button with small diamond and
initial "X" on under side. Return to cashier,
San Francisco Pall office and receive reward.
LOBT —Oval agate, from watch fob. on Halght
st. car or Fillmore. Finder please retnrn to
134 Fulton st. G. W. WILLARD.
FOUND—Past Master's Masonic emblem in Mar
ket st.; owner may have same by paying ex
penses. Box 924. Call office.
LOST —Check for $1,500 on Seattle hank payable
to the name of John XV. Hall: liberal reward.
Y. M. C. A. huiiidng. 82 Market.st.
LOST-I.ady's watch: gun vnetai case. Inclosed in
black leather belt case; reward. Phone Berke
ley 8342.
BUSIWS^PERSONALS_
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print Ille
gitimate advertisements. If any reader can
furnish information that any advertisement in
this column is not legitimate seat it to Tbe
Call In confidence, <nnd if found correct the
advertisement will be discontinued.
A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
All diseases cured; strictly confidential; con
sultation free; hours 10-8. Sundays 10-5. DRS.
CHAN & CHAN HERB CO.. 1816 Sutter st.
101 POST ST.. R. 202—DAILY. 10 A. M. TO 9
P. M.: ELECT. TUB VAPOR HERB BATHS;
EASTERN MASSEUSE AND MANICURE.
AA—WIGS, toupees. 1809 Fillmore st. Gentle
men's dept.. 2271 California. Est. 1866. O.
LEDERER. Mr. Lederer In charge. Work guar.
MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treats
ment: Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. 215 O'Farrell st.. 8. F.. office 5.
N. V HAIRDRESSINCV PARLOR; OPEN EVEN
INGS; switches, puffs, psyches; pin curls made
25c np. 2055 Sutter near Fillmore; West 1890.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
for massage, manual or vibratory; Naubelm
bath. 626 Hyde st.. between Geary and Post.
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT~
MENTS. 1065 MISSION ST.. ROOM 55.
COKTEZ—Thermal baths, salt glow elec rib"
815 Van Ness cor. ElHs. suite 203; hrs. 11-10.
LOUISE PASCO, eastern massage and el«-ct vlb
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis St.; hrs. 10 to 10*.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute. 535-536 Whitney
bldg., 133 Geary gt. MBS. C. ROSE, 10 to 10.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
■ Contlntied ...
ELECTRIC needle specialist: 11 years' practice.
ti Mrs. Morean. 1464 Sutter, opp. Hotel Normandle
STEAM .f and ? dry.& hot 3 air : baths |" for j colds f and
a; rheumatism: I manicuring. ; 1114 \ Devisadero ; st. .
MISS O'BRIEN has Inst I returned from the east
; tt with i her new scientific treatment. 2022 1 Sutter.
DREGLESS method— Chiropractic, dlelecttc. elec.
light cab.: ; brs. 10-0. 1415 O'Far.: tel. W. 8915.
MRS ANDREWS professional nnrse, masseuse;
;\ Physician's references. t 725 Turk st.: hrs. 12-7.
MASS.. ancient metb.: nerve spec. Madam Sparta.
-4 2084 ■ O'Farrell ? st. | nr. Devisadero. /West : 6438.
MASSAGE —Elec. and. vib. treats, for rheum, and
■ nerve*. 1122 : Market st. opposite 7th. room 3.;', j
HOT silt J water ; baths, alcohol, oil _ treatments. |
423 15th St.. Oakland. Private; no sign. '. j
MISS BELL, gradnate masseuse: open Sunday, 10 i
to 10. : 407 Westbank bldg.. 830 Market sLyyg j
MISS I F GIBSON masseuse: face and scaln treat- j
ments. 34 Ellis st.. rm. 310; honrs 1-10 p. m.
MISS IF ': ROGERS, late 'of Chicago, ■* masseuse— ;
":Scalp treatment. ; Room 301. 34 Ellis st. ;
NEWLY opened chlronodv and massage parlors; i
.:; lady operator. ;> 1507'Fillmore St. Cars 20-21, j
RHEUMATISM y/ treated by -Tananese masseur !
H with & dry bot *!- hath. 1765 Geary st. '
GERMAN herb eaosnle for women: no operations.
:> 1524 Pacific ay. Alameda. Bay station. . :
UP TO DATE bath and massage parlors: elec.
vlhra. treat. 1012 Fillmore St.. office 17. J !.:
EASTERN gentleman wishes *to ) form B the ac
v ; qs intance of a blonde young lady or widow of
education and refinement under 30: object mat
;.. rimony. Address ;X. Y. 7... 1303 Polk st.
MATRIMONIAL
MARRY— Hundreds of members: many wealthy;
> Particulars I for stamp. CAL. CORRES. CLUB,
'..-; P. O. box 1336, n Los Angeles. ". Cal. ;. :;
MATRIMONIAL paper: many wealthy: many
marriages. MRS. BELL, ■ 1815 ' Magnolia ; ay.,
'. Los .Angeles.:;;;.;'.;;.::..: :■.'_'■'.'.'."■■'r".'■'■'■''*---■'•■ '■'■' '*'■■'.■'■ ■•'■■
M Thousands tired living alone: all aces;
..: call or write. : ; MRS. R. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
WIDOW. HO, comfortably situated, would marry.
;X3 S.. „ box 35. League. Toledo. O. ; * ; ":.".'; ■■''■■ >.-
CJLAJRVOYANTS_
A—WORLD'S »FAIR 9 SUCCESSFUL," PALMIST
$5 Astral Trance Clairvoyant .: Reading, $1 .
PROF. HENRY MANSFIELD. ; '
, -•;- 1144 — Market ' 5t.—1144. Hotel * Enterprise.
The most marvelous; wonderful life reader who
ever appeared before the public. Graduate expert
Palmist. i Crystal j Dead Trance * Clairvoyant. • Or
dained Spirit Medium. Hindoo Mystic, ; Astrolo
ger. Mental Telepathist of London. : Paris. j New
York; member of Oriental Occult societies, ' in
spired < Prophet. Spiritual Mediator. Professional
Adviser. ' Hours • 10-0. Tells everything; whom,
when yon marry; love troubles, business changes.
Investments, changes, 5 journeys, marriage, % di
vorce, . good luck, 1 money, locations, buried treas
ure, mining, leads, t- ores, veins. ■■:'* prospecting,
mineral values, oil or gas, evil lnflnences, spells,
annoyances, weak habits, names, dates, secrets,
facts —all revealed, nothing concealed: Implants
self-confidence, will £ power, ; youthful ■'■■< vitality,
personal 1^ magnetism, health, wealth, happiness,
success ;in > buying or selling; j best, vocation, gift*.
powers j of | control, : talents: I with j a I supernatural
force | brings about thy heart's dearest : wish; ; tells
what 5 sickness ! you ; have and who can . cure I you:
causes life to be |as yon desire: I creates '• outward
expression of the inward ; thoughts; mental - arts
of I fascination, definite decision of opinion, mem-"
orv. -, practical i* advancement: succeeds I when all
others fail. > ; 1144 Market st.; Hotel Enterprise.
READINGS/ BY MAIL. 4 QUESTIONS; SEND $1.
A- IF yon I wish ito consult ia GENUINE EGYP
m TIAN CLAIRVOYANT, one that Is able to
.. foresee : the ' most * remarkable things, no matter
what they are. do not fall to consult the MAR
VELOUS" PRINCESS ZORAIDA; she tells your
--, name and exactly what you called for, positive
|; ly | without asking a • ques.; " special read.. ■' 50c;
hrs. 10-9. r 1843 Fillmore nr. Sutter: closed Sun.
MME. LELAND WHITE, astral medium; readings
■ daily: circles Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. Bp. m.: 25c; 6
questions ana. by mail, $1; send date of birth.
189fi Sntter st. "*"■?:-? ?.>■..'■■■>■■;:-■. ■;:•;;•-;; -•>-v.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clalr. and palmist:
| g a wonderful ( prophetess: i hours >10> to - 10: | ladles
"P 50c. gentlemen $1. 1106 ' Devisadero near .Turk. ■
Mme. Davie, palmist and clalr., recently of < Pan- •
r ama Arcade, Is located 1122 Mkt. ; Read. ; 25.50 c.
SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium: con
sultation SI ;at ; her i home. 1164 O'Farrell: by
f; letter. 4 ; questions, $1. Phone j Franklin j 6722.
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.: con. daily. : 10-4;
circle only Sun.. Wed.. Fri. 8 p.m. 1439 Fillmore
JOHN SLATER, circle tonight. 8 sharp. Van Ness
s hall. 222 Van Ness ay. ;:_;> / ._ ; ;■•;>..-*:.-.- .-.'■'.'■'-' - '■;.
YOGA PHILOSOPHY I
HINDU Yoga i Philosophy (religion) gives \ yon
r health, prosperity, happiness: classes and lee
. tures. PROF. MONROE. ; 927 > Clay St., Oakland.
ASTROLOGY
MISS - STARR, ■. astrologlst, reads " your full l life
; scientifically. 555 Eddy St.. Eagle apartments.
DEAFNESS m^
ONE WEEK I FREE—For is 2 we : cure t catarrh,
'.- deafness, ; bronchitis, asthma. VWe make from
'-'•- v herbs a cure s for : every disease. 'f- Samples ; free
" by mail, 10c. - HERB REMEDY CO., 935 Mar
: ket st.. rooms 201-2. ;..;-;
_ DENTISTS
DR. IRA G. * LEEK—AII kinds of dental ■ work.
517 Fillmore st. near Oak. * ;
".,; . V -'J:''
STAMMER? Method ; for cure explained S FREE.
;Jf.M.'s L. ; HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. . Oakland, Cal.
__ PHYSICIANS
' A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN f hi
..;; Reliable ■ graduate physician; I sure and ; quick re
sults: no detention from home or occupation; an
tiseptic : and S painless; | consultation free. Room '3,
1025 i Market ? bet. 6th and 7th; hrs. 10-4. 6:30-9.
DISEASES men and women specialty; I physician
.•.'-"surgeon. ;! PENN DRUG ; CO.. 123 3d ■ st. g,
' -v.., MEDICAL . :;;;'"^;:■ :^
VALPEAU'S female pills; best regulating pills
■;-t sold; - price § $2.50 'i by % express; v Jener ; syringe
-' and tablets price J $5. »by • express . only on re
ceipt !of '; price. ?t OSGOOD ! BROTHERS, whole
,' sale druggists. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
_JfVßSES__^_^_^
WANTED —An : experienced ! nurse S for * confinement
;'-: case; ,' references. '?.: 163 1 Chenery - St., or i phone
.;-. Market : 5223. • './ .-/.-* ;■■>' ■;'"-: '>J *--?;"".';";1
DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively I cured: new; antiseptic; 1
;;: week free to convince. ? DR. COTTINGHAM,
;/ expert ear, nose, I throat. 821 f Market, room 402. .
INVALID" CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Eames
'if tricycle chair. g 1714 j Market \ st.; tel. Park . 2940.
DOG AND CAT HOSPTTAjM
S. F. : Dog-Cat Hosp., 1371 Fulton 'fur;? Broderlck;
;/ animals treated, board; ambulance. West 8342. ■
; MATERNITY HOMES
ST. MARGARET'S Maternity Home—Confinement
i -.' specialty; * adoption; * special treatment I for I all
m female ; troubles. 341 East j 14th st,. Oakland. 7"»>
SHEPHERD'S 1 MATERNITY SANITARIUM. 1707
13th i ay., Oakland—Mothers • and ; girls j received.
8. F. LYING-IN I HOME. 1191 Oak I St.—Adoption.
DR. LORD. res. pby.; confmt. $25. Mrkt. 4469.
_ CARPET CLEANUjIG^^
S. P. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
2£ Sutter r st.; phone Kearny 5852 (BLUE WAGON)
I —Carpet*, rugs quickly, thoroughly i cleaned fon
floor without : removal. •- Estimate j£fJ2_Sss|fS£
ABSOLUTELY THE I BEST CLEANING 3e YD.
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS.,
ft 1805 ; HARRISON ST.; PHONE MARKET 2-6-2.
WHEN I you I become J disgusted I with 1 poor f work,
'.■-.- send f your carpets to *J.| SPAULDING & CO.,
H 353 Tehama St.; j Douglas 3084. Home | J2347.
AA—NATIONAL Cerpet I Beating i Works. Hamp
- v ton iA ; Bailly. 344-348 Church st.; Market 180.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations, ren
ovating, laying. 550 j Dlvlsadero; j ph. Park i 569.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1637 FILLMORE ST. ..J
STORAGE Iand]MOVING^VANS
ANDERSON'S Transfer and Storage Co.—Mot
'*§ing. packing, shipping, etc.: S trunks 3 stored 3
&j days j free. 985-9£7 Howard ' St.: Donglfs 2177.
WILSON « BROS. CO., < fireproof I storage, * moving,
packing, shipping. . Removed to ; 1636 * Market
'--'... at. _ near Haight; ; phone ? Park ; 271. .'«*;;- |
BEKINS VAN J AND J2 STORAGE '"-i COMPANY—
!.':*.' Fireproof 2. warehouses. 13tb ? and -i Mission "' sts.
'.'t Phone S Market i 1314. or Home 1 M 1313. / % ■■/
PIERCE-RODOLPH * STORAGE > CO.. 1450 £ Eddy !
fes st.; \ phones j West 828. Home J 52828. ; <"/; ,;,; •■- \
: EDUCATIONAL V
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, meeh..
M survey J assay, cyanide; day. eve.: : estab. 1885. ; j
Van der Nalllen j school. 51st and j Tel.. Oakland.
SPANISH FRENCH. * English "x Italian. ?- Latin; j
PROF. DE FILIPPE. graduate Paris. Madrid.
a| prepares for universities. 1712 Bush st. 'I. -
ETHEL COTTON I STUDIO of expression: ; oratory, ]
i" tt , ! after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
FISK : TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2101 Shsttuck ', ay!.
/-■- Berkeley. Cal.. room 4. .; Wright block. "-;.
Instruction or Instructor Wtd. \
WANTED—A teacher of ,; scientific ■' dancing/ one j
who through rhythmical movements can develop j
;;■'.' every muscle and * nerve *In " the ; human body.
* A *-. master .% mind /is j needed, ,: one : « of »; sympa- j
r_ thetic temperament who can build a £ physical <
•; body upon ■>; an .; exceptionally high, sensitive, !
:: : more spirit U than a mortal. ; Address "" box '? 597, ]
?v Deer Lodge. Mont. -: : f--' ■:':/ ; " '■■'■:•'
attornWys^
ADVICE : FREE —No charge unless ; successful: . all
•; cases, all business quickly and quietly attend
?; ed ;'; to; bankruptcy: general .' practice: open
• / every . evening. 1028 ' Market st., ; room 12. „■'.-';
R. 7W. KING, attorney at law. Grant bldg.. Mar
ket and 7th. room 320; all cases: low fees: noth
g ing in advance or for consultation. fe Ph. Mkt. 912.
ADVICE f : FREE: decree, bankruptcy 4 and all
"-■*; cases. * i 830 ' Market ' St.. room * 602. Open , ergs. '
HARRIS A- HESS, attorneys st law: W. T. Hess,
k. notary public. ;i Room 709 * Hearst , ; building. V "'
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN ;R. ; RUCKKTELL. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Clans
Spreckels (Call) f building: 5 phone < Kearny ' 4151.
PATENT ATTORNEYS g
ARTHUR 'L. " SLEE. - reentered patent ; atty. and
-' mechanical expert: U. !S. and : foreign ' patents
S solicited; Inventions ; perfected: I promptness and
~ J seenracy guaranteed; our mechanical and patent
■' office drawings can not *be*: equaled. i\£ 704-705
Foxcroft bldg.. 68 Post St.; tel. Douglas 157. :
DEWEY. * STRONG >&l CO.—Founded 1800; U. S.
and J, foreign patents; .' inventors' guides; ; 100
i mechanical movements free. / 911-916 ; Crocker
-/'; building. San : Francisco. ZH:£ : J'?-~"-'~.'.m9 '- ■;'•"""■' ' '■■■ •'" '■
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office;
; I U. *S. and : foreign patents. 704 . Pacific bldg.
H. C. SCHROEDER. patent, trad»sraark attorney.
zj. 417 First J National i Bank building, Oakland.
COAST NOVELTY *CO . 2108 15TH ST.—TOOLS,
* DIES ■ AND EXPERIMENTAL iWfHtKiY^r___
BUSINESS CQLUBGBS
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. :v ' /;""
PENSIONS
M.V; H. ; Saramls. Pension ; Attorney—Pensions.
■ backpay; lost army papers secured. *? 3415 22<J
..st... suite 28. . -..._.-'. .../■!
_--.■••.-.- ■'■;FURSi:;^:r'C:__,%:_[
AD. KOCOUR, reliable furrier; repairing, \ remod
eling; dyeing at popular prices. 222 Monadnock
£ bldg.: , phone , Douglas 3023. ;...-;/; ? . *".-.•■..,■!■ i.-;.-;
! BUTJjOWSjAN^^ INQ^
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
:y Franklin 4521 and C 4521; mall orders solicited.
< «>:. \ DRESS■MA A KiNQ^^ :
DRESS MAKING designing, : cutting, fitting and
,*'-" ladies' tailoring :. thoroughly taught: :N. Y.
'V- branch Vienna ; Inst.: tailored shirtwaist pat
, tern cut to meas. 25c. 305 Grant ay.. day and
; ; eve.: ? phone Sutter t_ 1494. Try ; our .• $10 course.
MADAME A. SILV*AIN, fashionable French dress
maker; evening gowns a specialty at moderate
: prices. : 1557 California : st. near , Polk. ; Phone
■;. Franklin 2392. V U: ' ':'■•'>-.-i■'■■;'- •'■'-*JZ. ..-
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School;
] evening • classes; % patterns > cut ;to f order. 121
:>-■■ Geary , st. near Grant ay.; • Douglas 5731.
DRESSMAKING *; and : remodeling neatly done;
reasonable. 1629 McAllister St., apt .3. West
8532. - ; (■■/:; -.■'■:';■. :.-:. :'■■:■.■■■"'...
MME. MADELEINE—ARTISTIC * GOWNS; re
.; modeling; stout ladies a specialty. ;; 1615 Polk.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay. and
East 12th St.. Oakland. ;" Phone Merrltt 518. j;
MRS. DUCKENFIELD., cv.. street, bouse dresses.
g 2848 Steiner bet. Vallejo-Green; tel. West 6312.
HAIR GOODS - _;;
NORMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
•> CIAL REDUCTION » for ' switches, puffs, etc.,
dtir. Oct. and Nov. j 2067 Sutter st. West 8783.
JEM PLOYMENI OFFICES
a—DOUGLAS 3532, S Home 1 C466s—Best t Japa
■ nese, Chinese. Filipino help; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT j OFFICE. 521 Grant jaw
AAA—WEST 1731. I ; ; ■"-;: -.-'""--'- • " ' S-2615.
■ | i Japanese and Chinese employment . office. g
T. TAMURA & CO.. 1612 Laguna* st. :;
GRANT EMPLOYMENT ■ OFFICE, ' 531 Grant »▼.
;«■-' Chinese. Japanese and Filipino help; also cook-
y ■; ing school. Phone Kearny 747. • ■?•■■<;'.;■;;,': r 4 ;\■-.■.,- 1--
C# D. KINNEY —Chinese employment t bureau.-suc
cessor to :J. Conn. Phone • Douglas 3162. 785
,'/i Clay st. 1 ;,-,-''- ";■- <;.;;^.;>,;y.'T' ; ; : ," ; ■;."-'-.■;■
STAR Emp. Office—Japanese-Chinese help. •> W.
JS KODATA. j 1610 ; Geafy: tel. West 167; | S-2706.
HORI & CO.—Best Japanese and Chinese help of
all kinds. 1711 Post st.; West 2803, S-2803.
ALL kinds of help furnished I with care, dispatch.
I; West 5688—OSCAR HATSUMI—ISI3 Geary. f.,
* EMPLOYMENT WANTED
-\; V ;^femaLE^:K;'; : '';: / ;: _; v
AMERICAN k. woman \ wishes situation as house
- * keeper "or i- cook :> on >. ranch; % neat; r good ». cook.
hi MARTHA GO WAN, 256 L Polk ; st. ;■, .:.',;';'
DRESSMAKER I wishes work by tbe day; terms
*;very. reasonable; references if required. Phone
Market 3299. •;--.-;'-.:■ ';:':-;'--t .- ; "TA''
FRENCH couple, i two U years ? last v place, wife
;; first i class i cook, ! man ,- butler, useful, ? wish ;; po
'/ tion in g private i family; ;' can a furnish | personal
\,%. references; '/ willing to go anywhere. MRS.
■ft DELAUNAY, 780 Broadway; p, no telephone.
FRENCH couple, 2 years last place, wife i first
'>-"■ class cook, man butler, useful, wtsh positions
ii in private family; willing to go anywhere; first
-"i class references. MR. DELANNAY. } old Ho
tel de France. a 7SO Broadway. :,. /,■•■:.:-:. V .
POSITION wanted : bit' a young s lady with ; two
. •; years' experience as I blller, copyist and other
-. > • office i work. Box 971. Call t office. ■„■; =r ■.?: ;
.■..' .. ... ! ...... 1 „-. <j -»..m , .^»»'-./.
POSITION wanted by graduate masseuse; refs.:
tfA residence work a specialty. Tel. ; West i 1833. or
'- l address MISS (E. BARKLE, 1209 O'Farrell st..
for appointment. * .
TEACHER, having first | grade certificate and
H< 8 ■-' years' experience i teaching iln ? tbe j east, de
'"}'■ sires js position £to teach ?. small H children % \n'&. a
•:ri good 4 family or >a ¥ primary '- school. -t? Address
fT- MRS. BETTTE f KEEN PATTERSON, box 117.
Vista Grande. Cal. -. -
i YOUNG 1 lady I attending I business \ college | during
day ' desire*, good home with refined Protestant
family in exchange >' for services before and
after school. State particulars. References
H* exchanged. Box 5 921. Call , '^^^SMU
WANTED—Refined | Protestant I home I for | young
|« girl 15 years !in exchange for duties before and
after school. Address 1500 Jackswn st. .
WANTED—By ;a I competent ' German lady, a \ posi
\q tion a as % housekeeper % lady's _ maid « or * nursery
governess. Address E. HOFFMANN, Y. XV. C.
A.. 1249 O'Farrell st. .' •
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
.. - '•• MALE
A—SITUATION wanted with private family as
gardener and take CBre of horse, cow. etc., by
■ sober, reliable man of j experience; best of ref
■ ences; city jor country. Box SOS, Call office.
AMBITIOUS young man, 27 years, American, ex
|l perience In i the % east, desires responsible f posi
tion | where "s earnest : endeavors i will | be ? suitably
. ja rewarded; ; best 'of reference.. Box ' 873, Call. <*. I
*'-R,tiT'r: _ . *. . :•.-^_-_ia<
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING MAN
SEEKS SITUATION.
I have absolute faith in my ability to material
ly increase your sales and profits. Inasmuch as I
have had fl'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 ana'.ysis. which have In almost every
case been most snccessfnl. As to advertising—l
produce original, logical copy In any form or
style, and have a thorough knowledge of layout,
makeup,'art work, trne and printing. As to my
ability along merchandising lines, I should
like the opportunity to prove rry knowledge of
practical salesmanship and organisation. I am at
present employed, but desire a field wherein I
may exert mv efforts to better advantage. My
character and references will be found satisfac
tory. Address box 790, Call office.
Al paper hanger will paper rooms' for $2 "O;
paintinc. tinting reasonable; work guaranteed.
Phone Franklin 5255.
BAR TENDER—German, reliable, steady. onick
worker. Al st»sm beer man. wants position,
city. country., hotel preferred. Address hoi
6002. Call office. Oakland.
wants position. Address box 801, Call
offlee.
CHAUFFEUR wants position: take care of horses.
milk cow. do gardening: wages reasonable. Box
70fi. Call office. _______
CLEANER and dyer, experienced in ail branches
of work and thoroughly reliable, will accept
a small salary to demonstrate ability. Box
023. Call. _____
COUNTRY Job printer and press feeder, sets sev
eral languaees. is open for engaeement; will
consider small salary in order to qualify. Box
MS, Call office.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants work even
ings postine. trial balance, etc.; best results.
Box 040. Call offlee.
FIRST CLASS barber wants steady job. 1503
Turk st.: phone West 8045. _^_
GOOD, strong workineman. steady, sober and
willing wants any kind of permanent employ
ment. Address ED. LAMBERT. 753 Howard st.
GARDENER—MiddIe aeed. experienced iawnmak-
Ing, propagation and care shrubbery, flowers
and vegetables: handy with tools; best ref
erences. Box 975. Call.
MAN who has worked at general outside and in
side work wants position: Is all around me
chanic with experience as engineer. Box 005,
Call office.
MARRIED couple want work; sober, honest;
wife cook, man all around bandy: private
p'a'-e: first class references. GROESE, Hotel
Imperial, 140 4th st.
MAN and wife, first class cook and help, wish
situations In private family; good references;
willing to go to country. MR. C. D., 780
Broadway.
OPTICIAN, state registered, desires position to
do optical and clerical work In Jewelry store:
best qualifications and references. Address
box 789. Call.
PAINTER, paper hanger and tinter wants work
from owners, day or Job; all tools; staging.
low prices- refs. 1729 McAllister st.; phone
West 7501.
PORTER, saloon, can tend bar. American, de
sires position Address S. P. C. 103 3d st.
A—MME. C. DEAN. 1437 Fillmore, gives marvel
kind of work, country residence or city: hotel
apartment or family; speaks little English. J
Z"ILER. 1722 Fillmore st.
SITCATION wanted—An experienced book
keeper and cashier desires position: can. pro
duce excellent references as to business abil
ity and private character. Address box
935. Call.
SOBER, industrious man with family wishes po
" Fltlon as night watchman in city: first class
city references. Address SAM McKEE, 1008
Golden Gate ay. Phone West 9406.
THOROUGHLY experienced all around railway
man with best of eastern references wishes to
locate here: also experienced in salesmanship.
Box 064. Call office.
YOUNG man who can drive and take care of
any automobile wishes a position: Is also a
thorough horseman: speaks English and Ger
man; best references. Box 929, Call.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAA—Telephone operators. Bermanent positions
for young women and girls.
Salaries from $1.10 to $3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per day paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Steiner
sts.. San Francisco. Telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to 5 p. m.
Oakland employment office. Franklin st. be
tween 15th and 17th. Telephone Oakland 131.
Open week days from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
AT MRS. C. REID'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
935 Market st.. fifth floor: phone Sutter 8-6 S.
Second work. French or German girl $25-$3O, fd.
General housework: 3 r. apt.; live home: $20.
Girl to assist housework; no cooking: $20, fd.
Girl, offlee work and wait on customers; $6 wk.
Gen. hswk.; 4 In family. San Mateo; $35. fd.
Woman and daughter in boarding house. $40. fd.
Cook and housework: 3 in family: $30. found.
Wife cook, man ranchman; near city: $fis. fd.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS OR OVEr"
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT;
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY; PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS & CO.,
VALENCIA ST., BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS. J
The Time to Stop
Your Ad Is the
Day Your Property
Is Sold!
**
If every one who had property to sell fol
lowed the plan of advertising it continuously
and peristently until it is sold, no one would
ever feel "property poor." A-nd, while occa
sionally an ad might have to be repeated a
score or more of times, the cost of it would be
but trifling compared to the advantage of iind
ing the buyer to whom that particular property
would be a bargain at the price asked.
All property in or near this city is salable.
Thus the rule of advertising your property
until it is sold is a safe and prudent one. Of
course, the best time to begin is now —and, as
suggested, the only time to stop is when your
sale is made!
The Call's Saturday Real Estate Pages Are ths
Big Boosters for Land Dealers and Lot Sellers
— ■ -"-*.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
. ju-l-,-- -
IF yen are looking for a good position in any
particular linfc file copies of your reference*
with The CarFs free employment bureau a_a
we will assist you in securing employment.
Office honrs 9 a m. till noon. ___
TRAVELER, one who has met public with edu
cational line preferred: appoint workers, chil
dren's holiday books, new line: only live
woman considered: salary and expenses. B"X
5007. Call office. Oakland.
WANTED— Designer and maker for ladies' neck
wear: good position for experienced woman.
Apply superintendent's office. Market and 6th
sts,, S. F. _
L.F.ARN HAIR PRESSING - The FAMOT*
PEAVY. P. V.. SYSTEM Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market St..
second floor, near Emnress theater.
LADIES snd girls to tint pillow tops at home.
$6 to $60 per do 7. E-perienee unnecessary
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASSOCIA
TION, room 3S, 927 Broadway. Oakland.
WANTED - Girls to work concessions with car
nival company: easy work the rear around and
good psv. Apply at one* to LEW BRYZEL,
nctel Howard. 6th and Howard sts,
WANTED In a law office, competent lady stenog
rapher. Address, utating experience, machlns
used and salary expected, boy 708. Call office.
LADIES earn $12 weekly coloring po-te*rd» and
pictures: 0.-imr-l"* snd instruction* 2<V. Dept.
ML Roxbury f'ard Co.. Roxbury. Mass.
PARALYZED middle aged man wishes lady tt
give massase treatment twice a week. Box
876. fall office.
(JET MARRIED -Thonss-ds tired living alone: all
ages. Call or write MRS. nVPE. -077 Mission.
GIRT.& wanted to learn bookbinding. THB
HICKS-.TUPD COMPANY. 51 Ist st.
WANTED-- Edna Lane to pall; very Important.
THE EMPORIUM TAILOR.
GIRL or woman to assist in small family; good
home; $1.-, month. 1-3SA 9th ay.
THREE waitresses wanted: only experienced
ones need apply. 177 Taylor st.
WANTED—A piano player for 3 nights a week.
Box 795. Pall office.
YOUNG girl for lislit housework. Call at st"ro.
"07 Devisadero st.
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MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED-ERRAND ROYS FOR DELIVERY
DEPARTMENT APPLY SLPT.'S OFFICE.
TUESDAY MORNING, fl O'CLOCK. HALE
BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND SIXTH STS.,
SAN FRANCISCO.
WAGON BOYS: MUST BE 16 YEARS OF AGE.
APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. THE!
EMPORIUM.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
married men between ages of 18 and 35: clrlien*
of United States, of good character and temper
ate habits, wbo can speak, read and writ" the
English language. For Information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, 660 Market st., San Francisco,
Cal.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE
2**4 3d street below Howird.
We have opening for 5 mor<* beginner* to fill the
place of those left for good positions. Do not
be deceived by so called colleges. 1 eirn un.''—
the MoleT system and learn right. We have 4."
schools In the U. S. A. Call or write for
catalogue.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN for
nearby railroads: $80 to $100 monthly: age 18
to 35; experience unnecessary; no strike: pro
motion *o engineer, conductor: railroad employ
ing 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. husbo.\ s.
elevator men. theater ushers; mule help only;
m» fee charged; positions secured free; 1 *■_
placing men in posifions every day: if you are
looking for work, com" and see me: I may t><>
able to place you. Apply after 12 o'clock. lfli.,
P.rwell St.. downstairs. See MR. DAVENPORT.
WANTED—Young men. Call at 14C1 Polk si.
BOYS wanted. Can earn $2 tn $2.50 day.
ply 387 Pine st.
WANTED—Men and women to learn barber trade
under Cal. system; learn In a few wpeks and
become an expert; may make $10 week while
learning: special rate to the first 8. CAL.
BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st. below Mission.
ACCURATE transit man wanted by laree man
ufacturing company for general work: must
be capable offlee man. as half the time the
work will be In office. Answer, st.iting ex
perience, salary expected and when avallabK
Box 916. Call.
ASSISTANT advertising manager wanted: man
preferred; one with previous advertising writ
ing experience; state qualifications. ag». previ
ous work, submit samples and state salary de
sired. Box 704. Call office.
FEEDERS wanted for cylinder and platen presses
In job printing department. Apply Brvnnt si.
entrance SCHMIDT LITHOGRAPH CO., I'd and
Bryant sts.
RELIABLE man with $250 in good money nuk
ing business: can make $150 a month; expe
i rience unnecessary. 787 Market St., room 12R.

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