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WILLIAM R. .TOST. Recorder.
KlNii SOLOMON'S Lodge Sβ. 280. 1". ft JL
» M.. 1719 Fllmore street.—The offi
ml immlTll an>l the funeral com- I
a from I ip various city lodcea ■""- :
r notifies to attend the fum-ral of our i
-ed Brother. JOHN ST. PIBRBE, late a |
mpmbpr of Alcatraz lodge So. IM4, of Oak
l.in.l. ("nlifoniH. on FRIDAY. November 1. at
1 o'clock. A full attendance is r>"|UP<t'<!
HARRY BAEHR. SeeretatT
AMlTY L.-Jce N<>. 370. F. & A. M.. .Mis- *
Rkm T.'iniiii . 86*8 Mission rt. — Stated wlf '
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EVENING: utated n>c«-ting ar 7:: in, Ipc- r
tnre el V.:o. Subject. "The Northwest
Mounted Police." by Etobert K. Alk«n. pasr
i - ~f \iis- ! i.ii !.«]«»■. All niastt-r Masons j
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T. WALTER WALKER. Socmtary.
MORSE 1-o.lgp N.i. 2-77. I. O. O. F.
M.-mbcrs are hereby notified to jWpK^
itlr- .it St. Mark's ohurch. Vg SV f
st. h<»t. <;ongli and
TrHnkliii. OB SATIRDAY. November 2. at 2,
p. in., sharp, to pay tht' last sad tribute of re- I
ejxvt to our departed brother. F. LI'DEMANN.
11. .7. W. SCHMIDT, N. G.
C. P.RIND. Recording Secretary.
Arf>r.i.o Lodge No v 5 . ,,. i. (i n f. .. j ,..-.«...
dpjrrw FRIDAY KVKN-
IN , ;. November 1. Iftl2 Visitors ■^ r *&&Mg,
wthl members i r g.-d to attend. • ....v<S N |
Hy order of ,1. H. RILLIB9, N. <■.
THE annual bnll mid bnnqtiPt m
"f 11>*» Master Mariners' Bβ-
MPvolent a«s'wiaTion will Vie
ti.ld on SATIRDAY F.VKN-
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■ Siirt'T st. Daiirintr from
8..J . in. to 0 a. m. i?icn«-d
TIIF. COMMITTEE.
ANNIVKRPARY under t!i»
KUsipc.s ,»f 1., i.. (i a. 120. L. fiKsSSa. i
0. L. liv. i-JT i:;o. will l»e aHUQ
i Swedish -American ball,
"174 M;irket str»-ft. mi Satnr-
p. m. Admission 2.V. »/ !
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CAT.F.Dn.MAN Tint. meets TBM W Vβ !
•"FRIDAY i EVKNINC. NoremN v«*B g| ,
1. at S.-'.rtt-lj hall. 121 Larkin st. I
THOS. W. MINROK. Chief.
ALLAN J. Ma.'DONALD Urc.
/.OS7 4VD FOUND
FOUND (tnd ran be obtained by owner nt the
PAN FRANCISOO-OAIvLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYR. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION.
SFCOND AY. and KAST SIXTEENTH ST..
"AKLAND: Oct. 10—Small black purse; email ]
purkape: pair hose: bla<k plove; watch fob: i
cr'p; lap robe; 2 bibles; pair black nose; ribbon;
ro!d bar pfn: overcoat: pkc white cloth. Oct.
11 -Ttirop nurses; mattinc diiitcase; penknife.
Oft, 12—Small pk(r. cloth: brown handbag;
prern salt.-as*: Itinehhnx. Oct. 13—Bonk; watch j
music stand »nd csne; r? purses. Oct.
1 ) Wiifte --:i!k muffler; ynle key; bnneh flowers;
nltrht dress. Oct. 15—Pk«r. clothing: key:
rJiMd's coat; mnsip roll. 2 purses; csn coffee; i
rb»>Pt of pal. Iron: hinchbox: roll of be<ld!ng. !
• lit. I«— Vke. dry poods: roll of wire; pnroe. j
Oct. 17—Overcoat end book: glove; pk«r. purse;
2 enitcasps: 2 books: pair *tocklncs. Oct.
I'—Bu-ket: 2 pkes.; hnnch of keys: puree:
"'nth j.sd: comforter nnd basket. Oct. 21— j
Breastpin: «llver meeh puree: book: nostair* j
«t»nip e : whip. Oct. 22—Tack hammer: roll
Innk*: srnal! paper parfcnee: <-ane; black lnnch
)r>x: nnihrella: enn sweep: small jrauire: \
<Vt. 23 — f'kp. medklnc; lunch pr!p: mattlnjt stilt- ;
case; nmbre!l;i: rubber tire: package: package of
cr"ens: small packatret satchel. Oct. 26—I'm
b'-elln: t« ■.■Hity pin: frnoeh: pkx. ten: gun: Mai-k
cloth: lady's black piirae; pr. dork elsss»>s:
lady's nnibrella: 2 nmbre'.las. Oct. 20—
KMiibp; red leatlitT fcTip; pk|i.: straw Innchbox: 2
hooks; small pkp. fUecfc cloth; straw basket;
brown pwe: wrraw basket.
ARTICLES lost on th» COAST DIVISION re
majning on h»nd at THIRD ANT) TOWNSEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct. 1—
Ring', package clothes, package hardware, over
coat, book. Oct. 2 —Hat, pair gloves, overcoat.
O«. 3— Package elothos. umbrella. Oct. 4—L'ro- '
brella. package paper, roll plane. Oct. 9— Pair
lady's shoes, packngp cloth, package towels,
tiiife. bathrobe, package tooth paste. Oct. 10—
Flectrfe globe, 'ady'* coat, suitcase, ring. Oct
jl—Paraeol. pair overalls, razor and brush. Oct.
12 —Cakebox. bundle clethes, glrl'e hat. piece
embroidery, package pears, waist. Oct. 13—Salt
case Oct. 14 —Bottle medicine, package cloth,
box eboe*. book, spectacle, package clotting,
■weater woman's belt, Jointed rule, bundle *ta
tiorery ' pcx-ket knife. Oct. 21—Glove, package
tiothee. Oct. 22—Hat. Oct. 23—Overcoat.
vali-e.
Tii TNI) IF THE SAN FRANCISCO PHY
HiriAN WHO LO«T AN OLD FASHIONED
urvRV COTTIER GOLD WATCH IN OR
V*AR 1.08 ANGBLEB EARLY IN THE FALL
OF IBW' WILL VrtMMI'NICATK WITH THE
INFORMATION BIRF-AT AND
I.HOPFRI V IDENTIFY TUB WATCH. SAME
WILL BK I'KOMPTLS: BKSXOBED X 0 UIS
POSSESSION. - I
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
FOUND Id streetcars and can be obtained by
owner, at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE, room
f>o2. 85 SECOND ST. Oct. 10—6 pkgt*. 6 pone*.
1 pair gloves, 1 book. 2 brooches, 1 knife, 1
watchfob. 1 bunch keys. October 11 —5 pack
ages. 5 purees. 1 grip. 1 bunch keys. 1 belt. 1
medal. 1 tennis racket. 1 watch. 1 pair gloves.
October 12 —5 packages. 5 purses. 3 grips, 2
pairs gloves, 1 bunch keys. 1 music roll. 1 box
shoes. October packages, 5 grips, 1 book,
2 purses, 1 pair gloves, 1 overcoat, 1 watch
charm. October 14—3 packages, 5 purees. 3
hooks, 1 anto lamp. "1 fountain pen, 1 small
chain. ] pair gloves, 1 bunch keys. 3 handbag",
1 overcoat. October 15-6 packages. 2 purses. 2
pair gloves, 1 cuff link. 1 pocket knife. 1 black
scarf. 1 roll of mnsic. 2 grips, 1 book. 1 urn
brella. October Iβ —4 packages. 1 purse, 1 grip.
1 pair gloves. 1 medal, 1 sack nails. 1 ring, 2
books, 1 spectacle case. 2 keys. October 17—3
packages. 3 purses. 4 pair gloves. 1 grip, 1 can
varnish, 1 corral Deckloce. 1 ball twine, 1 car
penter's square 1 brooch. 1 umbrella, 1 watch.
1 check, 1 handbag. October 18—5 packages, 2
parses. 3 books, 1 pair carpenter's overalls, 1
pair spectacles, l chisel, 1 empty bucket. 1
trowel. 2 bagga.e checks, 1 bottle medicine. 1
iuncb box. October 19—4 packages, 3 purees. 1
copper plate and punch. 2 books. 1 pair glasses,
1 watch charm. 1 velvet bag. 1 rule. 1 can tar
nish. 1 ronary beads. 1 roll cloth. October 20 —4
packages 3 purses. 3 hand grips, 1 watch fob, 1
card case. 1 ear drop, 1 breast pin, 1 fishing rod.
1 school pin. 1 watch. October 21 —3 packages, 1
purse, l pair gloves. 3 handbags, 1 plumb bob. 1
watcb charm. 1 spectacle case. 1 pair spectacles
3 keys. 1 watch. 1 brooch. 1 cap for fountain
pen. 2 books. 2 suitcases. 1 umbrella, 1 envelop*
containing films. October 22—2 packages. 3
purses. 6 umbrellas. 2 pair gloves. 1 brooch. 1
ring. 1 pair rubbers. 1 suitcase. 1 pair spectacles
fn case, 2 bofiks. 2 hammers. 1 hat. October 23—
7 packages, 1 grip. 9 umbrellas. 1 beauty pin, 1
key. 1 belt. 1 hammer, 1 cap for fountain peto.
1 pair gloves. 1 suitcase. October 24—6 pack
ages. 3 purses. 1 basket. 1 canvas grip, 2 pair
glow, 1 scsrfpin. 1 pocket knife. 4 umbrellas.
4 hooks. 1 pair Knectac'es in case. 2 pair row
locks. 1 cipar ca«e. 1 ring. Oct. 25 —2 purses. 1
pocket book, 1 leather pouch, 22 umbrellas. 2
liooks. 1 hat. 1 thimble. 1 r>slr ncel telea, 1 pair
overalls. ] watch fob. 1 typewriter roll, 3 keys.
Oct. 26—<! packa.es ' pair rubbers. 1 string
beads. J beauty pin. 1 purse, 1 book. 1 carpen
ter's brace, 6 belt buckles. 1 pocket book, 1 foot
ball, 1 can salts. Oct. ."—4 ]iackacre>. 1 hand
-I'riir. 1 neck piece, 2 books. 1 overcoat. 1 pair
Kloves. :$ grips. 1 string beads. 9 umbrell.i-,. 1
watch charm. 1 ring. Oct. 2S—2 hand grips. 1
1 telescope t'Hsket, :> purses, 1 limhi!
!'■-'. 13 unilirelliis. J pairs rlovpk. 1 k< ;.
eicty ptaa, 1 coat hanger. 1 list of names. 1 pin
"Jerusalem." Oet 2it —4 packages, _ purses. 1
gold medal and watch. 0 umbrellas. 1 hand grip,
1 book school tickets. 1 sun shade, 1 box candy.
1 card case. 1 canvas case containing brooms. 1
box (isrars. 1 pair spectacles. 2 knives, 1 basket.
Oct. !()--" packages. 2 purses. 1 glove. 1 gold
eprfag. 1 key. 1 umbrella. 1 picture. 1 fur, 1
h.iiMl grip.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner st SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Oct. 10—Pkg. of
clothing: kodak No. 2 Eastman; gent's cap;
pkg. of cloth: roll of linoleum. <?~t. 12-13—
Lady's handbag: brown fur; pkg. clothing: red
color sweater; story book; 2 woman's gloves;
Indy's black belt: blue veil; gold rim spectacles;
black overcoat: gray vest: pkg. hardware. Oct.
15—Pkg. shoes; clothing; black purse; pkg.
hardware: overcoat; nkg. carbons: Oct. Iβ —
Pkg. cloth; pfcg. clothing; black overcoat;
pkg. face powder, roller skate; girl's vel
vet hat: woman's blue lacket: towel pkg.
envelope of photo*. Oct. 17—Overcoat (black):
r-g. clothing: 2 white gauntlets; roll ad
vertising matter: woman's coat (brownish);
small. red notebook. Oct. 19—Veil; pkg.
nhotos; baby sandal: half suitcase; book: um
brella; paper bac fur; spectacle case; pkg. hall
glove: gold shield pfn: gold watch. Oct. 20 —
C'.mmnte: child's sweater: child's neck for;
book; N. W. Pacific commute. Oct. 19 and 20—
Pkg. of clothing: child's sweater: child's over
coat: gent's hat (soft>: package of legglns Oct.
21—Pair shears: pkg. cloth: 2 hooks: wicker suit
case. Oct. 23. .4. 2J>—Small pnrse: black hand
tiae: pkc. clothinsr: pkg. hardware; p_jr. tin
KOiiare- key: thermometer: pkg. cloth: pkg. Japa
nese letter*: 2 overcoat": pt_. nv'sks; 2 xuit-
C!'se<=: ro'l (mm): roll pamphlets; _ gloves. Oct.
20-—Pkc. Hnthinz: rikg. shoes; spectacle r_*e:
brown crip: «OBW'« coat: pkg. (wood); .uitar:
sweater: raincoat: ba»V overcoat; 1 mitten: 2
ove-shoes. Oct. ZH—Grny rweatei 2 bunches
of keys.
FOUNT) n':ii can be obtained b.v owner at SAN
FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY FIRST
ST. M. TELEGRAPH AY.. OAKLAND: Oct. 1—
1 pafr lady's gloves; na«ket. Oct. 2—Auto veil.
Oct. 3—Stickpin. Oct. 4—Beauty pin. Oct. 5—
Small purse: book (arithmetic): suitcase; man's
nut. Oct. c—Grass handbag; liook; brass lamp;
lunch basket. Oct. 7—Luuch grip: knife. Oct.
B—Baseball glove. Oct. 9—Pkg. (Mrs. Brittan).
(let. 10—Small purse; 2 books. "Socialism";
pkg. books* Oct. 11—Cane. Oct. 12—Beauty
pin: mesh purse Oct. 13—Suitcase: German
hook. Oct. 14—CruciSx; washboard; lunch bas
ket: purse (containing letter from Amanija
Dsdes); lady's collar jj. Oct. 13 —Pkg. of
groceries: 1 pr. _il_ gloves. Oct. 17—Lady's
breastpin.
LOST ;.ro|.«Tt> at S. F.-O. T. Ry., 51st St.,
and Telegraph ay.. Western Dint.. Oakland
Cal—Oct. IS—Stanley rule: pkg. collar*. Oet
19—Lunch box. Oct. 20—Sun shade. Oct. 21—
Pair overhauls; mesh purse (name engraved on
outsidei. Oct. 22-— Music roll (pianot; umbrella
Oct. St~ Alligator handbag. Oct. 24—Matting
hand basket: steel rod with rubber cover; pair
«old rim eye glasses: blue scarf; lady's black
purse; door key; lady's black puree; sweater and
saw; shoes.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY, CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA fct».: Oct. 1 to 5—
1 bible; 1 alligator handbag; 1 lady's glove;
1 l.dy's veil: 1 bottle Usterlce; 1 pair behy's
gloves: 1 ntnall red purse: 1 t-mall black purse;
3 checkbook WeHs Fargo Nevada National bank.
LOST At BmpreiM theaier (taring first evening
performance. O toner 2M. an overcoat- Return
t«i KOIILEU A CIIASK. panager automatic
i!''|i:irtuicul. l_i.er_i Mmrd. Xβ <_ue»tiuus
-bked.
THE SAN T FRANCISCO CALL. FRIDAY, yOVEMBEI^J^JO^
LOST AND FOUND
j
FOUND on train and terry, and can he ob- i
tamed b.v owner at SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROUTE PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND- Oet 10 ,
—Cane; 2 pr. gloves; pkg. dress goods; handbag;
single glove. Oct. 11—3 books; kodak: urn-
I hreila; pkg. calling card*; pkg. corset: l>r. ;
gloves: pkg. gloves; silver curd ease purse: ;
Oct. 12—Pkg. tooth paste, etc.: steel square; j
pkg. shoes; pr. gloves; pkg. rubber sole shoes ;
and shirt; pkg. shirt: envelope lace; matting ,
lunchbox; r>kg. Japanese English reader; lartv s
I handbag: W. F. & Co. money order. Oct. 13—
) Roll rubber: book; umbrella: pkg. shoes; suit
i ra«e: pin. "Eacles"; extension basket. Oct. !
14—Pk_. box of block*: pkg. pair shoe*: bast |
iTßjre rherk: umbrella; pksr. lady's bo-»e; pkg. |
picture frames: ulnele clove; pkp. polt stiPße; ■
pks- paper. Scientific Press: commute. Oct.
15—Roll plane: umbrella: card case: pair cloves; !
pksr. 2 yards wblte cloth: pkft. stamped waist; ;
pkjf. 3 bottles catntp leaves: pkjr. oversUe; ;
cane; pksr. lady's white earment; pkc. wrencn. j
etc. Oct. 16—Pkg. asthma remedy, baby shoe,
pke. Rlofes; pk)_. book of woolen samnlee; I
child', band satchel: beaded purse: eyeelas«;
ulnfle irlore: pair gloves. Oct. 17—Spectacle ,
I case; lunch satchel: pkp. diapers: hacksaw: urn j
i brella. Oct. IS—Photo: 111. Com. Travelers ;
««<;n. button; purse: 2 pr. clovee: pkjs.; silver ,
biiMonhook: pke. o«k veneers; pocket memo. ;
book: roll Forest Hll! tract mans: cardcase. (
Oct. X—Silk handkercliief; pair gloves; breast- I
I pin; Imitation neck fnrpiece: box elpctrlc-tester; !
I purse: lunch box; black belt; single clove. Oct. i
! *♦_ White enamel pin: pkrr. black skirt: 5 ur- ;
j hrellae; lunch prin; pke. hose, etc; key: half,
mltcaw containing l»who<ik: Oct. 23 —4 mnbrel- i
! Ins; pair Rloves; book: sinele (tlove: pkg. oTer- j
i alls; commute: pair gloves; roll music; show j
twister: unihrelln. Oct. 2.">— S umbrellas; i>kK. >
pflncr: fcnthor boa- tad from fur: nun j
of r. S.: lunchbox. Oct. 26—Pkg. photo paper: |
'lunch satchel: 2 commutes: pkft. workman's j
, apron: pkc. overalls nnil shirt; overcoat: satrhel
I books: purse: pkg. overalls: 4 umbrcllae: ring ;
i keys; pocket rneni. book: folding baby buggy.
Oct. 27—S iimhrcllas; 2 neokfurs: pkg. piece of j
linen; 3 boxes Kellocg*. toasted wheat biscuits. I
Oct. 28 —S umf>rp'!:is: suitcase; envelope postal j
I cards: ladles' handbag; pockot memo, hrxik; rub- j
b*>r coat; typewritten p.per: nkg. pr. shoes. Oct.
SB— Roil tannic; 0 oa__rell_»; pocket _mbh»>;j
j Kniffht Templar charm: key: hhic beads: jiktc. :
Miw shirt. Oci. ;',(>- -Pke. pr. BtHM*: \imbrella; i
I pktr. nails: " pr. glovo*: pkg. loeka nnd t'n- I
j relope*: pkr. 2 ho\es (2 pr. i shoes j
FOT'ND nnd r- n n he obtained hv "WBT at |
poT.rrr dkpartmf.nt hall of .TrsTirE. [
I KKARXY and WASHINGTON STS.: Oct. 2— i
! Several sacks of praln. found at IR3R Bryant st.: '
i lady's handbag found at Height and Stanyan j
sre.; «ack of found in Fell st. between
'Van Nese «t. end Franklin St.: ca«e of co<-o_. I
1 found at comer of Fillmore and Hermann sts
I Oct. 3- -Stamped newspaper wrappers, found at :
Fllis and Market et*.: purse, found In front of
Tllff hr.uee; sm ill rice and lot of key*, found et
Fifth sv. and Fulton rt. Oct. 4—Diamond breast-
I pin. found on Mount Tamalpais. Oct. ft—2 bun- I
I dies of elothlns. found In Southern Pacific ■
I w-RlJing room, forry hMg.: watch, found in Jack
' son sf.: t'nit«il States r.rm.v discharye nnd pcs
' <-'on papers, found »t Market nnd Pmnim sts.
Oct. 14—Knife, in a '-ase. found at j
' nnd East *ts. Oct. 17—Book, found in wait'ns I
i room of ferry bldjr. Oct. 18—Purse end con- j
! tents, found at 7tli and Clementina sts. Oct. j
j _o_P»ir of glasses, found In «olden (Jute park, j
Oct. 24—Bunch of keys, found !" Mission St. ]
I between l«th and 19th #t«. Oct. 88—Chain and .
brush, found at Ml«lon and 4th sts. Oct. 2ft— j
Anto lamp, found in Fremont st. between Fol-
KMB and Harrison. If owners will call at the
j property clerk's office of this department, at
i Kearny and Washington f=t*.. and prove owner- \
• ship, ihe same will be d;-llvert>d to them. j
lOINP and can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL- j
WAYS, eastern dlstrfcr. NINFTY-SIXTH AY. j
find EAST FOt'RTFENTH ST.. OAKLAND:
' <i c t. 11—Telescope basket; lunchbox; muffler; ,
1 book: puree: box of collars. Oct. 12--Handba_: |
pocket lleht: scarfpln: shawl: prayer book; i
I gloves: pkg of old cloth. Oct. 13—Telescope [
i basket: bucket and enn; handbag: fur; kodak. <
Oct. 14 —Market bag: bundle; hat: ring; perse; ;
lunch basket. Oct. 15—Pkg. lamp globes: suit- j
case: pair crloves; basket containing clothing: ;
parasol. Oct. Iβ—Camp stool: band basket; ',
bicycle tire. Oct. 17—Small suitcase: basket. :
Oct. Iβ—Lunch basket: pkg. papers. Oct. 20— j
Snltease: telescope basket; pair shoes: ring: i
paper box: bible: purse. Oct. 22—Handbag :
containing puree; cane; pair gloves: 3 umbrellas: ;
I motorcyrlf tire; bundle (Jumper): handbag; |
: chauffeur license number; pr. gloves: shirtwaist:
I 2 purses; razor: key; basket. Oct. 23—Shopping •
I bag: umbrellas: pin. pair gloves; pkg. of under- j
wear; purse; glove; umbrella; basket: pkg. dry j
sroods. Oct. _s—Handbag: brooch pin: umbrellas. I
} gas heater. Oct. 2<V— Purse; shopping bag: !
' sweater. Oct. 27—Music stand: umbrellas: 1 j
;j cnitch. Oct. 38—Vjrq gla_-_»: can of r_r»l*_,; :
' pkp. r-lothine: umbrellas: ax. Oct. ?9 —Demijohn;
I medicine: baby's coat; umbrella. Oct. 30 — j
' Olnves: lunch basket; nutr> tail lamp.
I ___________„______—_—______-_-_—_-___-____. i
AKTtCLF.S lo«t Bβ the COAST DIVISION re- j
mnining on hand at 3d and Townsend sts.. San j
Krant-itwo. uncalled for: Oct. 27—Pr. shoes: piece ;
canvas: suitcase. Oct. 2Ss—Pr. gloveu; 3 ur- '
Lrollas. j
LOST—-October 2fl. about R a. m.. lady's c<i!d
watch chain, between Pine and Lyon sts. and
Fust and Jackson, via California st. car. Re
turn to .'iO9 F.ast et.; reward.
LOST—Crescent diamond pin, cither at ("Jiff |
house or between that and Lake st. Please j
return to IfHVI Sntter st. Liberal reward.
Log!-—Oval ae-nte fro.-D warch fob on FTatght I
et. car or Flllmore. Finder please return to j
134 Fulton et. G. W WILLARD. I
FOT"ND—Past Master's Masonic emblem In Mar- '
ket rt.; owner may have same by paying ex- :
pensea. Box 024. Call office.
I LOST—Bunch of key«. Liberal If re- j
tnrtied to COSGRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT CO.. I
Ba Post st.
LOST -Kit auto tools on Mission rond near San
Kruno. H. G. JOHANSEN. 420 Market st. Re
ward.
LOST- Savings passbook. No. 13.S<W with fnion
Tnist company of San Fr.inelsco. Please return
to bank.
LOST—Savings passbooks. Noe. 10.211 and 2."»..".">4. j
; I with t'nlon Trust company. Return to hank.
! LOST---Near the mint hnlVs brown fur Pfnrter
! please address box IR4, Snn Ma ten. for reward.
LOST--Oft. ::i Indr's cold watch, with fob Ini
tials "M. N." 400 Arkansas st. Reward.
I>O*T- Lady's gold wcicli. moni>_rHm A. 0.. on
minKira sf.; rew«M. IWM Sinter st.
I ror"\l>—Tn ferry liiiildinf. n stickpin. Call at j
tie Call Lost and Found Dept. j
IMPORTANT.
Wanted—The iiddress of nny SOLDIER or
OFFICER who served In Co. V,. 11th Re_..
T!I. Vol Cay.. any time durlmr the period from
Mar., IS(U to S'-rit. 80. Owl. Cf.mmnn'-nte
wi"i >tRS.' NKKT. \ND. lepc'ducrter- VETKB
ANS' HOMK <f (Ml.. W3 Kearriy st., .S. F..
rwm .-.Oβ. cure TV J. Seville.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print itle
r'timate advertisements. If any reader can
fnrnlsh information that any advertisement In
tht* column is not leg'tlmate send it to The
Cell In confidence, and if found correct the
advertisement will be discontinued.
A—KMINF.NT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
All disease* enred; strictly confidential: <*<n
mltetlon free; honrs )0-S. Sundays 10-.">. DRS.
CHAN * CHAN HERB CO., 191« Sutter st.
101 POST ST.. R. 202— DULY. 10 A. M TO ft
P. M : ET.KfT. TIB VAPOR nFRR TUTUS;
EASTERN MASSET'SE AND MANICURE.
AA—WIGS, tonpeps, IMW Fillmoro et. Gentle,
men's dent., 2271 California. Eet. IS(WS. (i.
LEDERER. Mr. in charge. Work gnar.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engseoments
for m«'"ri'. manual or vibratory; Nmi'«eim
hath. C2e Hyde st. between Genrr nnd Post. |
MISS BERNARD steam bsths and electric treat
ment: Van's Mexican hair restorer: selpct pat
ronage only. 21S O'Farrell st.. S. F.. office 5.
I MASS.. ancient meth.: nerve spec. Hsd*fO Sport*.
20R4 O'Fnrrell St. nr. Devtsadero. West KfK,
MARIE BOaCH. cliirotKHlv nnd massac. j
ca! treatment. 1507 Fillmore st.: cars 20-21. \
MISS F. ROGERS, late of Cliicaeo masseuse
Beilp treatment. Room 301. 34 Ellin st.
' MEDICATED bntlis and treatment: hour* 1 fo 8, '
Sundays 11 to ri. 1488 Rroiidsvay. Oakland.
CORTEX—Thermal hnthn. salt clow. elec. vlb.
918 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203: hrs. 11-10.
■ LOriSE PAKCO. renter* m««MMr* and elect vib
I treatmeti!. Rin. 211. 34 Ellis st.: hrs. 10 to 10.
i STEAM an.l dry l">t ?ir b«ths for colds and i
; rheumatism: manicuring. 1114 Perlssd»ro st. j
1 FRANKLIN Electric Institute. ,vr. r,r>.e Whitney j
Wdg.. 133 Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
MRS, STKWAP.T. m»ss. —riec. n-id vih. (mats,
for rheum, and nerves. 1122 Mkt. opi 7th. r. 3
■ HOT suit water hetfen. ali-oliol. oil treHtments.
1 423 15th st.. Oakland. Private: no Rfen.
I MRS. ANDREWS, professional nnrse. masseuse;
physician's references. 72" Turk st.: hrs. 12 7.
i DBT'OLESS method—Chlr.<nr-»ot|r. dielecti". ele.
Hrht cab : hrs. 10-P 141?? O'Ter.: tel. W. ROIV
; MISS BELL, graduate masseuse; open Sunday.
1 12 to I. 407 bide. R3O Market st. I
. GERMAN herb capsule for women; no operations. I
, 1524 Pacific »v.. Alameda. Bay fcfation.
' LP TO HATE »>a!n and niHssage parlors- elec. j
vlbra. treat. 1012 FiHmore st.. office 17.
•' WF.LLS , MAGXKTTC AND SCALP TRKAT )
MEXTS. lOgn MISSION ST.. ROOM 58.
tl RHKIMATISM treated by Japanese raaeeeur
I with dry hot air b_Ui. 1.06 Geary it.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
Continued
CI eCTBIC PUC and scalp treatment. 17M Sut
ter st.: hour* 10 to 10. _________________
MATRIMONIAL
LADIES-Hero Is your opportunity. A -nun*
man. 33 years old. dark hair, dark brown
eyes, rosy complexion. 5 feet, 11 Inches tall,
weight ISS pounds, wishes to make the
acquaintance of a lady of means, matrimonially
inclined: one who would be willing to advance
a few thousand dollar* for the best oppor
tunity In the United States to enter a safe
and profitable business. Address V. N. SAVIN,
1323 Ist aye.. Seattle. Wash.
MIDDLE ajted lady would like to make the ae
ntm'nta-pce of mechanic or cnrnenter steadily
employe<l. some means; age 50; object matrl
mo-y. Box 10fi2. Call. .
[ WISH to make the acquaintance of a good
woman of 3S; I am 40. have little inonev. good
posiilon; ohiect matrimony. Box 104e. Call.
MATRIMONIAL paoer: many wealthy: many
marrisee.. MRS. BELX. 1815 Magnolia a*.,
Los Angeles.
MARRY -Thousands tired Ifvine alone: all aee_;
call or write. MRS. R. HTDK. 2«77 Mis»lon>
['ARTIES ~-t:»hln_ to marry, call or write MRS.
MTTT.ARD. 2200 Sutter st.: details 25c.
WIDOW. 30. crwrfortahly situated, would marry.
8.. box 35. I>agrne. Toledo. O.
CLAIRVOYANTS
AAAA—
PROF. J. H. BROWN.
lrt«1 SCOTT ST COR. SUTTER.
Ml cfIARCK TF I FAIT. TO CALL YOU
BY YOT-R NAME. I promise to tell you
whether your husband, wife or sweetheart 1«
fr. or false; tell you how to <_nltl the love of
the one yon most desire, even thou.h miles
i , way: how to succeed In business, speculations,
lawsuils: how to pn!n youth, health and vital
ftv. removes influences, cures drnff habit, lo
cates trensnre. cures »1! nervous DISEASES.
HEADINGS. 50c. IN HIS OWN HOME.
* $5 Trance Clairvoyant Reading for $1.
MANSFIELD tells ell: lust what you
want to know; whom, when you marry, what
sickness you have, who can cure you. names,
dates secrets spells, weakness: reunites the
separated, restores wantne affection, love, etc.;
removes evM conditions: long. full. deen. dead
trasec readings; palmist, astrologer, spirit me
<M"m: hastens marriage, srlves good luck: helps
yon In love, divorce, business mining health,
lnw. burled treasures, investment. 1 144 Market
st. FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
VERA MARSH, Celebrated Clairvoyant. Astrolo.
_i«t. Phrenologist. 1178 McAllister st. nr. Fill
more; car No. 5 from ferry direct—Full, com
plete $5 life reading 50c: tells'your name, who
and when you will marry; advi«e* on all af
fairs, business chances, sppcnlntions. love and
domestic affairs: reunites, settles quarrels, re
moves cvi! influences, brings about marriage,
cures drink or weak habits. Strictly confiden
tial. Hours 10 to 9; closed Sundays. By mall,
4 questions. 25c.
A —IF y O ,, wish to consult a GENUINE EGYP
TIA.N , CLAIRVOYANT, one that is able to
foresee the most remarkable things, no matter
what they are. do not fall to conenlt the MAR
VELOIIK PRINCESS ZORAIDA: she tells your
name and exactly what you called for positively
without asking a question: special read. 50c.;
fair*. 10-9. 1«43 FUlmore nr. Sutter: closed Sun.
M I~SS 7F.MDAR. young, gifted clalr. and palmist:
n wonderful pronlietess: hours 1O to 10: ladies
!Soo. gentlemen $1. 1100 Devlsadero near Turk.
Mine. Davle. pnimlst and 'loir., recently of Pan
ama A'cade. fs looted 1122 Mkt. Reed.2s SOc.
SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. .. WHITNEY, trance medium: con
sulfation $1 at her home. 1164 O'Fsrrell: by
letter. 4 questions. $1. Phone Franklin 6722.
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS Materializing seance
Friday eve.. 124.'' Franklin st.
ASTROLOGY
MISS STARR, astrologlst. reads yonr full life
scientifically 555 Eddy st.. Eagle anarttnenfs.
YOGA PHILOSOPHY
HINDI" Yoca Philosophy 'religion) gives yon
health, prosperity, l.appiness: classes and lec
tures. PROF. MONROE. 927 Clay st.. Oakland.
DENTISTS ___
DR. IRA G LEEK—AII kinds *t dental work.
517 Fillmore st. near Oak.
STj^MM^RING^
STAMMER- Method of enre explained FREE.
M. L. HATKIELI). Iflfl Grove. Oakland. Oal.
PHYSICIANS
A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Reliable graduate iihysiclan: sure and ouiek re
sults: no detention from home or occupation; an-.
ttsentic and painless; consultation free. Room 3.
1025 Market bet. Oth and 7th: hrs. 10-4. e:3O-9.
DISEASES tn«" »nd women specialty; nhysleian
snrsreon. PENN DRUG CO.. 123 3d st.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
BAB n<>!«es positive!v cured: new: antiseptic: 1
week free to convince. DR. rOTTINGHAM.
expert ear. nose, throat. 821 Market, rm. 402.
MEDICAL *
DR. W. J. TROJAN, expert midwife: special
ist for women's troubles. 419 Castro St., tel.
Market Sf»s.
INVAUB CHAIKS
SOLD, rented, exchaneed: manufacturer of Eames
tricycle chair 1714 Market St.: tel. Psrk 2fl4r>.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL^
S. F. Dog-Cat Hosp.. 1.-.71 Fulton near Brorlerick:
niiimals treated, board; ambulance. West 8312,
JM TEftNTTY JIOJH E S
ST. MARCARKTS Maternltv Home- —Confinement
ppeclalty: adoption- special treatment for all
female troubles. 341 Fs=t 14th «t.. Oakland.
S. V. iMVG-lN HOME. 11SI1 Oak St. -Adoption
Dr. T ord. res. nhv. • co-fmt. *25. Mrkt. 448<».
E. F COMPRESSED ATR CLEANING CO.. 307
Sutter st.; phone Keiniy f>S?)2 (BLUE WAGON)
—Carpets, rues quickly, thorovghlr cleaned on
flocr without removal. Estimate free.
ABSOT ITKT.V TjiK, BRST CI.KANING. 3c YD.;
r»FAL rise's cappft wks .
1865 HARRISON ST.: Ph.me MARKET 2-«-2.
WMFN ron become itt_|TO«ted "ith n«or Mr*,
send your enrnets *r> J. SPATI.DING * C<V.
3, r >3 Tel-nmn «t. ■ n o -»ln 3084. TTot-» T°S«7.
AA— -NAT'ov AT. r>' I Rentl'ie Work*. Hanm.
ton * B-lUv. "*44 Church st.: Market l«0.
U'AT''"S ic , ' ''M" i- i -m>! -Icanin.: aiterHtionx. rei
ovnti-i". livln" *"" nb. P«-V !_*H,
STOP AGE mtnt m N^JVANS
ANDERSONS Transfer and Storage Co.—Vov
Ing. racking, shlnnintr. etc.: trunks stored 3
rtiira f-on. n*t*,-n<cf nowsrd it,: Dori.l'«« 91T7.
Wl'Sn\ I',HOS. CO.. freproof storace. movlne.
packine. shinning. Removed to lese Market
»t »e>' rtnfehf- n'-nne Pnrk 27 1 .
BFKTVS VA N AND STORAGE COMPANY—
Firerircof warehouses 13th c"' 1 Mission sts.
pt-onp >»d-kot 1311 nr nome
('!Vi'Ci-n<l!'iiinii v-roir»i;_; c<. 14.-0 Ed*Jy
EDUCATIONAL
ENGINEERING—CiviI electrical, mlnin.. meet,
snrvev. assay, cyanide; day, eve.: estab. 1R65
Vnn r"e- XIIIVI c«hw>V r>l «t Tel. n»V1»-»1
KTHKL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory,
after ("Inner n"<" ottc-n"" «-*» kin«. iH'TMkt.
TWACIIFW*" A'.ENCV .l»!i snattnek ay..
Til.. '•'VOTYI i, Vi'ooll.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
REALDS BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of OWII.
Electrical. Minlnc. Architectural; day. «ven
tn_: established 1««3. <25 McAllister «t.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 90S
M-a"kef «t. opr>. stb—Day and ev«nln_ sessions.
ALL '•■iiirr reporters recommend (°allagher-M«rsh
nrvftvoos r f ,'tr,^ # ii-(5 vwket st.
ATTORNEYS
AitVICX FKKK —No ebarse unless successful: ail
cases, all business (|tiickly and quietly attend
ed to; bankruptcy; general practice; open
every eve"1 f i.. 1028 Market st.. room 12.
HAKKIS * HESS, attorney, at law; W. T. lies*,
uotarjr public. Boom 708 Hearst building..
es
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKSTEI L. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Clans
? . Spreckels V (Ca!H building: ; phone Kearny < 41. , >1.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
ARTHUR lT,*i STEP,, registered ? oatent attv and
? mechanical j expert; V. S. i and .r foreign . patents
■jsolicit■•<": inventions "J perfected: ( promptness 'and
accuracy guaranteed: our mechanical and patent
- office drawings can not be equaled. 704-705
I FoTcroft 1 bids, fi* Post «t. : »el. Douglas I*> 7.
DEWB_ • STRONG { A ClK—Founded'' 1«V>: : U. '■: S.
v:j'and ■•> foreign ; patents: & Inventors' -ft guide: 100
mechanical movements free. « 811-916 Crockrr
bnildinr. Sun Franclaco. .;."*. ■>':.' V>'T..* ~-v,.-,L
C P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office; j
;■-» TT. S. and fc foreign y patents. 704 Pnrtfl<- M.ig.
H. C ; SCHROFDER. parent, trademark I attorney. j
X 417 First National Bunk building.* Oakland. •■■ :
COAST NOVELTY CO.. 2108 15TH ST.—TOOLS.
: DTF«! AND F'TPITFTMFV*?'. WORK.
' ' ~ FVRS _
AD. KOCOUK, reliable furrier; repairing, reeod-|
el'ng- dyeing at , popular prices. 22"- Monadnock j
bldg: phone Dou.la« 3023.?,.T-.-.- v* - * - - 5
BUTTONS AND PLEATING
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis mv; Mason: ph. \
,c Franklin 4521 and 04521: mall order, solicited. ,|
v ■,;: ■; I & HAIR GOODS ~ M ■
... . ■ - • ■—■■—"• ~ !
"NORMANniE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
CIAL REDUCTION '■ for * nwltchei. pnu_. etc., j
dor. Oct. , and Nor. 2087 Butter at.« Went S7S3.
N.Y. HAIRDREBBING PARLOR; OPEN EVEN.
B INGS: s strictly sanitary: lowest price* in city.
2055 - Sutter st. i near Fillmore: ? West i l»0. '-
* DRESS MAKING
DREWS MAKING, de-lsnlng. cutting. fitting: and
ladles' tailoring tboroognly f taught: N. T.
trench Vienna In*t.: ; : tailored ; shirtwaist * pat
tern c_t to meas. 23*.. r . 80S Grant a - ., day aid
eve.: : pbo.« Sutter r 1494. ; Try "or $10 conrx.
MADAME A. SILVAIN. fashionable rrench draw
maker; evening gowns a specialty at moderate
• prices. 1557 California st. near Folk. Phone
Franklin 2392. ~: •..•'-■■:,■■. I :[■;.' _________
SLME. G RANGIER. PARISIAN MODISTE—Even
in« and street -frowns: also remodeling. 1000
■*. Tost st.. NW. cor. O<'tavie: tel. West 8725. ■
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and .Millinery School;
4 evening classes; t pattern* • cut *to '• order. 121
'it Geary it. '\ near Grant ; ay.: Douglas 5731. %
MM MADELEINE—ARTISTIC i GOWNS; re
m modeling: stout ladles a specialty, 181.1 Polk.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay. and
; East 12th St.. Oakland: phone Merrltt 518. '
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
AAA—DOUGLAS 8532, Home C46es—Beat Japa
■'■i neae Chinese Filipino help: all kinds of work.
ABIA EMPLOYMENT, OFf"ICB. 521 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST ITSI. r 8 2814.
Japanese and Chinese employment office. ■;}
t-: T. TAMUUA ft CO.. 1612 Lacuna it. /
C. D KINNEY, —Chinese employment bureau,m\c
cessor to J. Conn. - Phone Douglas 316.. jj 785
Clay st." :-■-■"■ '.:.:•..■■• '•- V-'"".'.^ , ■" ".'":-■. ..'■" :
STAR Emp. Office—Japanene-Cblnese help. W.
KODATA. 1610 Geary: tel. West 1B7: S 270*
HORI ft CO.—Best Japanese «nd Chines* help of
all kinds. 1711 Post st.: West 2803. *-2*<&. ,
ALL kinds of help furnished with care, dlspatcn.
7 Weet OSCAR HATSUMI— Geary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMAIF,
FIRST CLASS hotel and resianrant stewardess,
nt present employed In one of the hotels
of Birmingham. Ala., would like to locate in
San Francisco or vicinity; thoroughly capable
of entire management and will render faithful
and efficient service. Bo\ 100S, Call.
LAUNDHKSS. experienced in the best of wash
inc and ironing children's clothes clean and
quick; *2 day; no half days; references.
Write letters to 1«77 10th ay.. Sunset.
MISS A. BTONK will come to your home to dree*
your hair, manicure oj give scalp treatment at
j any time. Phone Market 2144.
STENOGRAPHER -Educated, competent, famil
iar with office work In general; $65 to start.
Box 818, Call office.
STEWARDESS of vast restaurant and hotel ex
perience, capable of taking entire charge, in
cluding service of food, is open for engage
ment: best of references. Box 1020, Call.
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter. 8 years' ejpe
rlence, desires position; Remington operator;
salary $C, per month. MRS. L. C. KUHL
BERG. Hotel Stanford. Kearny et.
STENOGRAPHER, experienced as a biller and
general office assistant, wants position: best of
references. Pox 1017. Call office.
YOT'N(" woman would like position to take care
of office and do plain bookeerdng: $7 week
start. Box .V>39. Call office. Oakland.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
MALE
Bt'TLER would like a position In a small fam
ily: has first class references; wages $40 a
month. Box 1071. Call.
BLACKSMITH, competent and reliable, desires a
position: am married. Box loft", (all.
BAKER'S helper wishes steady Job as help."- in
bakery at $12 a week. Box 1012. Call office.
BAKER'S helper wishes situation In liakcry.
Box 10(>7. Call office.
CARPENTER, first class, middle aged man.,
wants work at $3.50 per day; will do jobbing.
Box 106R, Call office.
LARPKNTKR, middle apod, wants work from
owner: can take full charge. Box 1057. Call.
CHAT'FFEI'R. 5 years' experience, wants posi
tion in private family: will make .nod if given
a chance; go,od references. Bos 1002. Call.
ELECTRICIAN, competent to take full charge of
Installation, wiring or estimating, is open for
engagement: will consider reasonable salary to
qualify. If faithful and efficient service, merit
recognition. Box 1014. Call office.
FIRST CLASS machinist wants steady position
with garage or automobile manufacturing com
pany; all around machinist. Box 10lf). Call.
GARDENER (hend>. out of the ordinary type In
ability and experience in modern gardening,
wishes to take charge of a private place or *n
perintend the laying out of new place: Ger
man; married; age 33. Box 5037, Call office,
Oakland.
1 MIDDLE AGED, expert accountant, competent to
take entire eliartje of office, is open for engage
ment: will render efficient service at reason
nhle salary to demonstrate ability. Bos 103.1,
Call office.
KKLIABLft imn wonts position as caretaker in
public bnilding or night watchman: beet of
reference*. Phone West ri.VW mornlnn.
STRONG and willing man. single, wants position
as Janitor, watchman or any .imilar work: 30
years old and able to do the work of 2 ordi
nary men: handy with flgnrps. Box 1015. Call.
SALES MANAGER. 39, of a very large manufac
turing house In the east, with nation wide
business wishes to locate In ■ similar carmeity
on the coa»i. His knowledge of sales and de
velopment methods and office ey*tem Is sup
plemented by a splendid education, advertising
ability, lmmcnae enthusiasm and absolutely
perfect health and abounding spirits. No
Fmall Job will snit him. Has a big one now.
and wants a bigger. Best of references. Ap
ply Boy- 821. Call office.
WANTED—Position by educated and refined man
of middle age as handy man about private fam
ily. W. L. ('.. box 1010. Call office.
WANTED —Position as shipper, assistant tp re
ceiving porter or packer, or general worker:
best reference* fl g to aWlltv. honesty, experl
eni-e. Address E. K. R., 200 Ellsworth st.
YOI'NG matt, experienced ftfllppuiHt) In wholesale
silk and cotton lines, faithful and efficient,
wants to connect with reliable establishment,
where services of highest caliber will merit at
tention. Box 1010, Call office.
YOI'NG man. experienced in wholesale liquor
house. 25 years old, good salesman, with best
of references, sober nnd reliable, open for posi
tion: will accept reasonable salary to demon
strate ability. Phone Fillmore 092, or address
box 1034. fail office.
I'OIMi man. _t; years of n_e. of good personal
address. de«lre« a situation: one wltb chance
of advancement preferred. Box 100 S. Call.
YOI'NG man. 2*. good address, desires position;
has railroad clerical experience: cen adapt
himself to anything. Box 826. Call office.
FEMALB HELP WA NT ED
AT MRS. C. REID'S employment office. 935 MaT
ket at sth: phone Sutter .".IHU—Telephone oper
ator, city Hotel, . a. tn. to 2 a, in.. $15 mo •
cleaning woman, <-it> hotel. $.•'„-, rm . : chamber
Jii.iid, city hotel. $__ fd.; girl. n>-st. housework
BO cooking. $2(1 fd.; cook. aMt. liouwwot-k'
illy. t_o fd.: MeCOOd Kirl. eo_H*Tjr, easy pfacr
$20 fd.; girl. wutt. gen. housework, no wash'
f<l.: ianifre-s. city hotel. $35 rm.
Gilt!.*. It; years of age, for casliit»r» and wrap-
P' r * A PPIy superi_t-__e_r_ office, THE EM
-I*O_&_L'_l•
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Continued
! AAA—Telephone operators. Permanent position.
for young --omen and girls.
Salaries from $1.10 to $3 per day.
Fxtra nay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per day paid Willi e learning.
(a!! i«t Telephone building. Pine and Steiner
sts.. San Francisco. Telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to •*> p. n>.
Oakland employment office. Franklin st. he
tween 15th and 17th. Telephone Oakland 131.
Open week days from 8 a. tn. to 5 p. m.

WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN
FOR LEATHER GOODS DEPARTMENT.
APPLY ST PERTNTENDENTS OFFICE. MEZ
ZANINE FLOOR. HALE BROTHERS, INC.,
MARKET AND FIFTH STS.
WANTED SIX SALESWOMEN FOR ART DK
PUtTMENT. APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S
OFFICE MEZZANINE FTrOOR, HALE nIJOS..
INC.. MARKET AND FIFTH STS.. S F
WANTED THREE STOCK CLFRKS FOR
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. APPLY
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE. M'"77VNINE
FLOOR. HALE BROS., INC., MARKET AND
FIFTH STS.
wTnTED — EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN
FOR TOY DEPARTMENT. APPLY SrPF.R
TNTENDENT'S OFFICE. MEZZANINE FLOOR.
HALE BROS., INC., MARKET AND FIFTH
STS.. ,S. F.
WANTED—CASH GIRLS OF NEAT APPEAR
ANCE. 15 TO Iβ YEARS OF AGE. WITH
SCITOOLTNG CERTIFHATUS. APPLY SU
PERINTENDENT'S OFVU'K, MEZZANINE
FLOOR. HALE BROS.. INC., MARKET AND
FIFTH STS.. S. F.
W VNTED- -F.XPFRTENCFD MEN'S
INGS SALESMAN APPLY STTERI
KNT'S OFFICE. MEZZANINE FLOOR H _l_B
BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND FIFTH STS.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPA RTMVNT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEV! STRAUSS A- Pβ..
VALENCIA ST., BETWEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS.
WANTED —Blonde chorus girl for "The Fascinat
ing Widow": must be pretty, able to sing and
dance, and 5 feet c> inches in height. Apnly
stiige door. Columbia theater, Saturday morn-
Ing at 11:30 sharp.
IF you are looking for a good position In any
particular line, flle copies of your reference*
with The Call's free employment bureau a"d
we will assist you 1n securing employment.
Office hours 9 a. m. till noon.
WANTED—Office assistant: mint be rapid and
accurate and write a clear, legible hand: state
eTnerfpnee. reference and salary expected. Box
1000. Call office.
LFARN HAIR H>T*WWXG — Tie FUKH'S
PFAVY. P. V. SYSTFM. Fnroll »nw. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING, f>f.7 Market st .
second floor, near Empress theater.
1 . .
I LADIES earn $12 weekly colo<-!n_- no«»car<l'- arul
pictures; samples and 'instruct io->« 20c. Dept.
35. Roxbury Card Co.. Roxbury. Miiss.
EXPEIUENCET> operator f• r '-otniitoinetcr: one
wlio can add. miiMinly end unMmet. Apply
office.' THE EMI'oHI'M.
SAT.KSWO>'EN. exiier P <ncefl in leatTT -o*_« «n.l
toilet article*. Apply euperinteDdent's office.
THE rMI'oniUM.
i .
J «;i RI S wanted for labelin. cnn«. 42" J_*_-*ni «t.
("IRI.S. lit vearu of age for strck tn«"tfre. An
|)ly euperintendenfs office. THF EMPOBIUM.
GET MARRIED—n-ousji-Kls tire-? !lv"n.r all
ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE. 2»;*7 Mission.
EXPERIENCED hfiler AppTv supf rinlciident's
office. THE EMPORITM.
MALE HELP WANTED
CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE.
■ 145 3d st. below Mission. *
■ WANTED—Men '• to learn barber trade under
California system: don't pay for . a bio name; get
I your moneys worth: we • keep an Instructor with
yon constantly until you ' learn all the > positions
required by our system: for this reason our stu
dents learn quickly, and many have secured situ
ations in 4 weeds' - time; you may make $10 per
j week while learning. ■»;* i-■:•'.' .. . '.. ■ --.
LIFE INSURANCE MEN
A general . agent wanted for Sun Francisco; . an
r -other general agent wanted for Sacramento and
surrounding „ territory; must be | personal . pro
'_-■ ducer :as | well ■• as ■ capable of j orgnnizine * terri
' tory: company nonpartlclpating: has only re
; ; cently entered California: personnel of officer*,
financial responsibility of company, business
' methods and salability of policies , most favor
, able. Address box . 1003. Call office. > \
MOLER'S BARBEK COLLBt.K ..:,-.
: 234 Sd street below How
We nave opening for 5 more beginner" to -fill th*
place of . those left for good positions. Do not
-' be deceived b.v so called college*, t e-»rn ncder
tbe Moler system and learn right. We have 45
I reboots in the V. S. ,A. Call or writ* for
r.tdloiroe. '■:/;'":"■'■; ;■..-■■:■■.;.,■. '-
WANTED—Cooks and waiters, hellhoys. bijshoys.
; ; . elevator men. theater ushers: male liMp only:
: no fee r charged: positions secured free; I am
placing men in positions every day: ;If you are
,-lookins for work, come and see me: I may he
able to place you. Apply after 9 o'clock. 1 r>' _
,T Powell st. downstairs. See MR. DAVENPORT.
WANTED . FOR » IT. S. AKM V- Able - bodied an
married men between ages of 18 and 35: cltUee*
iof United States, of good character »nd temper
i ate habit*, who can speak, read and writ* th*
English language. For information apply to Re
cruit lu_ Uffleer, 660 Market - »t., San Francisco.
Cs>.r::.;;;-.v: %./:*, ■■-■■■■■■':;, ; : ;■■•■■■..;■: ■'■■■■■•. -~.v
BOYS wanted; can earn $2 to " $2.50 per day.
387 Pine st.. / .- , ; .•* ■■ , ■
- ■ ■ ■ ; .."■,. - - .-:.,.. <■ --- -■ - ■
mf , .- _■ - . ; - .
BOYS wanted; good wages. "..- Call at 1461 Polk.
SIX) Market or 027 Howard streets.
1 ' _____
SALESMAN, experienced In sportrog goods: must
be thoroughly familiar with the line and be.
. nhle to assist proprietor ii selecting merchan
i disc. Apply, giving experience, reference, and
j'- :• salary expected, to box 1072. Call office. •'; '
' WANTED—Steady I young > man ■ partner.* office
work: can make at least $100 month each to
~*start: only $1.0 cash required. . S3O Market st.,
""■-' room : 415. ': : ,■ ■ »-.'"£ ■■- "■■■.-• .--■ ■■ \ : -- ■ •
• ''••'"'•''
MAKE MONEY writing stories: new way to
learn how Just invented: an editor w'll show
■yon everything; particulars free. ' PHILLIPS
a 154 Fifth a v.; New York. - . '
: MEN to learn moving picture operating: j steady
; = positions; small cost to learn. _ City Hall ay.,
■''•■:, office 515. -"< ; "; •■-,''«;,■"■ -,■■.>_ -■•" ■•■■/.'. -• ../■"'- ■ •
GREAT chance for reliable man ,to invest $:>}:s
with services in established trawling theatrical
company clearing $100 weekly. g Box 831. Call.
' MEN and women to learn barb<rlne; wage* while
•- learning; see n* ahout tnltlon. * INTERNA
i TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 7»0 Howard st.;
DOUGLAS HOUSE. : 758 : Harrison st. nr. 3d—2o.
bard finished rooms: large reading . room: hot
y water: ronmn 25c a day.' $1.25 »nd 11 V) —eek
WANTED —Errand boy fo<- wholesale house: pood
tjopportunity for advancement. Apply room 608
717 Market iit;K' f -N-»; •■* •**•>;>->■ ,; - v.,t :T-:.:.-- r ::,
THIRD 3,engineer.*. G>r*Hin : eortiflente : steamer
■p. China and return. SHIPPING OFFICE. 11U
Stewart st. ■-.■•'•,•_": ■■.■■■■;■,-■-■- .v ■■■ •■-.• '■■■■.
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57th and Adeline
i< »t«.. Oakland. ';y::- -~y>,-._-.»»,.■-:, ■,<
I GET married—Thousands rich, all agres. tired liv-
I, ing «lone. Call or writ* MRS HYDE.' 2877
I :■" Mission *t. :'*% .*■;, .::: ■ ' • -.'.... -'■:■ .-,:■<:. j-*. -r..i
RELIABLE i men | with 5 little i cash ; to - run s clear
stand nr. ferry; exper. unneeessarv. TO Ciay st.
UNCALLED ! for * and • second hand shoes. 75c Oμ;
■■ M shoes repaired while waltfn*. IDS' 3d st.. ■ • >
ERRAND BOY. 16 years, for : drug ! store. 1215
Polk st.
HANDY man and expert Janitor. Box 1099 Call
|>4?office. . : . _ ■ ... .
SOLICITORS
WANTED—Responsible party to take charge of
our business In each county handling sale of
automatic combination tool. * combined wire
fence stretcher, post puller, lifting Jack etc :
lifts or i.ulle 3 tons, weighs 24 pounds'; sells
readily to farmers, shop*, contractors, etc.;
no experience necessary: descriptive catalogue,
prices and terms free upon request. AUTO
MATIC JACK CO.. box H. Bloomfleld. Ind.
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for agents handling
onr new. witbfn the reach of all, $10 model
Golden rtem sddlng machine: does the work
•■f hljtli priced machine; b\g demand; well
advertised. AUTOMATIC ADDING MACHINE
CO.. 319 Broadway. New York.
BOYS and girls Soil 24 packages of prxital mrds
at 10 cents each anal receive a camera, or
watch, or doll or fonurtaln pen. fre#\ WHEAT-
I,KY SUI'PLX CO., itontlcello •».. Urn
J Aiigeles. {
AGENTS WANTED
Continued
WB PAY *.?6 A WEEK and expenses to mm
■with rig* to lotredlKP poultry . compound.
Year's contract. Imperial Mfp. Co.. I><-pt. 78,
I'arsons. Kan.
BARBERS AND
BARBKRS—Protect yourself end family In case
of afcknesi and In case of rteatnt
Barber* —No better opportunity offered. Join
Tlie Barbers' Protective T'niop (Inc.). organized
Jan. 13. IR7B. A benevolent society for barber*,
employers and employee. pay $10 per wee*
v\"k benefit. $2W> death benrflt. Duea St me.
Tor partloular« rail or write R Oppenhelm. *»/•..
1437 Otarta »t.. or W. Rarnn. employmen:
tec. 77S Market ft.: phone Kearny . r p3B4.
FIRST CLASS barlwr to»\n» Z'**\ position. Or<k
land r>T country town preferred: am steady,
sot»pr and married. Address MARKER, S3lB
Princeton st. Oakland: phone Klmhurst R-J.".
BE a UVK wire an.l serve your customers with
HY-K! TONIC the dnndniff remedy that has
made GOOD. CORDY-FH'TCHINSOX CO.. dis
tributing: asrentK. 126 Turk «t.
BARF.KRS* rXION— Free emp. arenrr. R. H.
BAKER. Her.. Ptft Market: tel. Frsnklin 9RW.
GO to SEEI.Y for bargain*: quick sales, email
profits; locations frep; uliops for new fur
niture st <I!«cf.iint. 304 Hayes »t
BARBKR. »ob«r man. ns partner in n«»«t 2
chair shop. Rerkeler; $2fiO: coat over $600.
Addreiw box ROl2. Call offlro, 1657 Fillmore st.
FOR sale— Cfeeap: 2 clialr shop: 2 living roora»
and bath: owner is leaving city. See R. H.
BAKER. f>e« Market It., norn 6
(jOOD pHyinjr shop. Western Addition. 4 chalr«.
for Mle. For particulars. G. A. TKOST, i:.:;s
Mason «t.. after S p. m.
GOOD bnrber wooW like to work stcarir or errn
in?«: Wednreday Saturday, Sunday. Address
J. N.. 1331 A Bcatt «t.
FOR sale —Barber shop, three chairs: two hath
tnbs; good location. Address 920 3d St., Sac
ramento. Cal.
FOR sale, cheap—l chair barber shop in prosper
ous town: [lictiirr , of shop at Bro~.'.
Address J. W. CAI.L.\(;HAN. r a !
4 CHAIR shop, downtown: rent $7r>: Ichsp 1010;
receipts $120 week: best buy In city; $.;oo cash
will handle. FOSTER.
FOR SALE--Four rhair barber shop In Vallcjn.
at a bargain. Address P. O. B. 181 Vallejo,
Oβ I.
BERBERS' Protective I nlon—Employment a*cr«
tary. W. BARON. T7.1 Mkt.: tel. Kearnv R.V4.
B.\KBF,RS use Dti I'mifx mantra shampoo and Ret
results. HIT PONT MP"<;. 00., 45a Douelass.
"CALIFORNIA Olive Brand" Kliavtng soap itavrj
half the rubbing. BALERS'. SO O'Farrell nt.
MK.N. women, leitrn tlit* barber trade: wages
while leamtncr. Barber Col.. 234 3rl st.
ROCKBIDB removes the piaze from any razor
bone: try It. Ask your barber supply.
NEW store for rent, suitable for 1 chair and
Hear stand. Owner. Box 1070. Call.
FOR sole—Ktr«t rlass 4 chair chop. downtown;
ca«y time payment«. on trial. Box 1062.
fOR a*le —A 3 chair chop; 2 baton; a Darg«to.
Addresa J. T. YOUNG. Qiriney. Cβ!.
2 f'HAIR outfit for wale, cheap; complete an.]
fint class. See FOSTKR. S.lO Market st.
BAftBBB wanted at S4l Montgomery »r.
FURNISHED l.arhcr shop for rent, $10 monthly;
living room. HE.MMFL, Bay station. Alanif!^.
BARBER wanted from Saturday noon to B— day;
man. no apprentice. 2210 f?earr t<t.
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Half Century
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