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The San Francisco Call
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MISSION Chapter No 7.*. R. A. M. Tapjate.
this i Tin'its- fraTOM
DAT) EVENING at S o'clock; VvkJKJW
' a n<l M. 1 '•;■■ tS*i'f
- .\ 1.1.F.N. Secretary, v??*?J
FIDELITY Ijodse So. 130, I". and A. JR
M. Stnff] in. THIS (Trims- VV
!'A\i EVENING »t T:3O o'clock. Hey.
I>r. M. S. l.fvj will Mirer an address ' w
at S:i;> on -A Trip t<> Jerusalem," n> which
all Master Mesons are cordially ißYited.
FRKMKRICK BASRT. Secretary.
CAUFoKMv l.«><la:e No. 1. F. and A. j»~"
M - -Stared meeting THIS iTHrPS »fy
!UYi EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. 2133 AA
EDWARD PEABODT. Becreturjr.
JEWEL Lode* No. 374. F. &A. M.— jT"
Stated meeting THIS DAT (THORB- ify
DAT.) at 1:30 p. in.. 2133 Sutter st. >VHk
t'HAHLKS S. TRii;, Secretary. '
DORIC Lode No. 2ie. F. & A. M.— *
meeting TUTS <THrRSDA\> "»rir
EVENING at 7:3«1 ..'Hook. 7W^
.1 R. GOLDSMITH, Secretary. '▼'
PRESIDIO Lodge No. 354. F. & A. M., •
Kinc Solomon* hail. 173 ft l-'illrn'irp s*. VV
Stated meeting THIS (THURSDAY) AA
EVENING at 7:.' J /i o'clock. Krother ' v
Wallace Bradford wil! lecture on Turkey and
c. with illustrated views. Oaon oat
and hear liim.
B. L. HBBSELTINE, Secretary.
Officers and members a v jjjP^^jtjL
of <Mir lute brother. OTTO .7.
THELEN, part grand TOMORROW ■ FRI-
I'AYi at l ::v> 0>1... k free i. o. o. F.
temple. Sovpnth and Miirkft By
order nf H. A. ROBINBOX, Sttelt <;rand.
OFFICERS anci rhfT-aliprs nf Cnrirnn *Mm*i
" F . an- orclfTP'l to sttpnd thPW&L&/SSf
funeral of o'ir iHtc chPTalipr. Otto
J. f'hplpn. in fnll dress uniform, at 1:30
o'''lo,k p. in., tomorrow (Fridayi. N<">v. S. from
Fpil"ws - rptnple.
H. F. CRICHTON. Captain.
VIRKA Uri-JNA I.ofl'.'f> No. 15. |. _ M ~,,,
o F filiation TONICIIT
rHIRSKAVK Norember 7. Vi> "v*^3S^s
SD'I brothers
lly iiivitpd By order.
ARTHHR L. BLEE, Nob!" (irand.
A. WISKWELL. Rpc. Bee.
Fini:i.lTV I>o.lpp No. 222. I. O. O.
■ftic-f-rs and uiemhers ar>' :apCTgS|fe-
to at !ho ~
■; of the Golden <;afp I'nder
.- parlors, Z>,K\ Miseloa at., THriISDAY.
7. at ; :30 j>. ri).. tn conduct the funeral
'rrTices of our Ute brother, J. L. MoLnjran.
J. A. HOUSTON. Noble Grand.
i; v X PHASER vT tTT order of < u k
i'-et TO- CSSh
' i!i I'v.a-i , ; ,r s o'rlfH'k «.Wffk
"itisi] hell. 121 Larkin etreet.
• c n ports.
rx>N\l.D H SIM. Chi.'f. J
•JOHN GIBBON. S< rr.-fary.
SI'KCIAL MKIOTINr;
UAS AM' WATER WORKERS' ONION No.
mportani fiusino*.-; H t Distrirt
f i i| \\i>rkf!-K' hail :;(h", Fourteenth
THIRSDAV EVENING, Norember 7.
■_\ p.t s o'cleck.
By order cd tbe preeMeet, .1. P. if vi.KY.
LOST 4iVD FOUND
ForND in Ktrcetean and can t* .ibtained by
ovrnrrs et UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE, room
5P2, 83 SECOND ST. Oct. *5—2 panes, 1 pooket
Itook. 1 k-Hther poacb, JU nasttreuaii, 2 boots. 1
liat. 1 Ihirablp. 1 pair tpectades, 1 pair over
si!?. 1 watch fob. 1 typewriter rdU,
26—6 package*, 1 pair robber*, I string beads.
1 beauty jim, i parse, I tio.>k. l carpenter's
bra'p, 6 rxit bacfcles, 1 pocket hook. 1 football,
1 <-an salts O.T 27—t psekaeee, 1 handbag. 1
n<"'k piece, 2 bocks, I overcoat, 1 pair gloves. 3
gripts, 1 string beads, 9 umbrellas, 1 watrb
ch»rm. 1 riiip. Oct. 28—2 haad grips. 1 suitcase,
1 telesope hnsket. :i paries, 1 !iai,,lbHff, 13 um
-2 pain plovps. 1 key 2 society pins. I
coat hanger, 1 lisl of namrs. 1 pin "JensMlem."
4 package<«, 2 parses, 1 gold modal and
vratou. C oiEbrellae, 1 Im'id grip. 1 book school
■. 1 box paody, l nmi chsc. v
eanrae ca.se containing brooms, 1 box cigars, l
Pair «P< - linivps, 1 basket. Oct. 30—7
packages. 2 purses. 1 plove. 1 gold sprinir 1 key
1 umliieiia. 1 picture, 1 fur. 1 hand grip.'
FOI XI) and can dc ontamed by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
MAYS, Hast'-rn district, NINETY-SIXTH AY
>-T FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND: Oct
2« Suitcase; teleecope basket; pair shoe*; ring;
paper box; bible: pane. Oct. 22 -Handbag eon-
Tsining parse: casr; j:ur gio\H>; :; umbrellas;
motorcycle tire; bundle (jumper); handbag;
chauffeur license number; pair gloves; ibirtwaist;
2 purses; razor; key; basket. Oct. 23 —Shopping
bag; umbrellas; pin; pair gloves; pkg of undfir
purae; glore; innbrella; basket; pkg. dry
todbag: brctjcfa pin: aabreUaa;
$em heater. Oct. 2f.- Pnhe; chopping bag;
sweater. Oct. 27 —MuhIc stand; uiubrellas; 1
• - es; can of varelab; pkg.
clothins; mnbrellax ; us. Oct. a> — Demijohn; mcd
iciiie; baby's -oat: oonbrella. Oct :><>—(iloves;
lunch basket; auto tail Uap. N.,r. 1 —It.
belt; teli se.pe basket containing clothine. .Nov.'
• r'.:..s: piir-p; pkj*. of bisi-uit. S
'iiise; HSifetf»lla: sloVas; notice boof:,
FOUND and can Pc obtained by owner at Po-
DEPARTMENT. HAM. "of JUSTICE
I,I.ARW ami WASHINGTON sts
I'air of >;lasse.-. found in Ufriden Gat-- p«rk. Oct.
i Bt. between
IRth and *U. Oct. 25 <hMi,. ~i.a brash
end 4th sts. Oct. Sβ a ui•>
'■>unU in Fremont st. between Folkobi and
Hartisoßs, if owners will call at the property
nf iiiis department, at Kearny and
Washington s!s.. and prove ownership tlie same
will be delivered to them.
)ii! SD- -At Fotaom and 3d sts. himi'h of kpys.
• ■an be had by applying at The Call Lost
and Found BSD
KOt'Nl' l':!-t slii-l"r'< M-iSouiC t-inbl''tu in Mar-
Owoi nftj h»wt -iiiae by payiug ex
peasee. Box 'J2l, Call office.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
I JF YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG—Adverttee it
! bere. It will be returned to you if an hon- [
'• I rst p«T!>on find* It. Remarkable recoveries ,
li| are brought about erery da/ through thtae i
I I, toianuik. '
if you nxn anything \
BRING IT TO THE
< PAN FRANCISCO CALL
< t-OST AND FOUNO BUREAU.
THIBP AND MARKET STREETS. j
Get n claim check. Have it advertised- i
I Kpclßlra It If the owner does not. I
I THE LAW—People who flnd lomt articles '
I I are Interested in knowing that the state law '
Ii 1 t> strict In requiring them to seek the own
! H *re. through eiivertißement and otherwise,
Said that failure to do fo. if proof can t»
»h<iwn, iOTolves a severe penalty.
POUND on trnin and tprry, and can be ob
talned hy owner at SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
! TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SVSTKM KEY
I ROUTR PIER TKItMINAL, OAKLAND: Oct.
j '25—8 umliMlHs; [>kg. sample feather hia;
j tsll from fur; map of ('. S.; lunchbox. Oct.
j :!6—Pkg. photo paper; lunch satchel; 2 com
mutes: pkg. workman's apron; pkg. overalls ami
I feiiirt: ororcoat; satchel books; purse; pkg. over
; alls; 4 umbrellas; ring keys; pocket mem book;
I folding tiai.r boggy. Oct. 27—8 umbrellas: 2
! neekiani; ]»k«. piece of linen; 3 boxes Kellogg's
j tmstPtl wheat biscuits. Oct. 2S—9 umbrellas:
suitcase; enrelope postal cards; ladles' handbag;
■<>k: ruhber <-vat: typewritten
paper; pkg. pr. shoes. Oct. 29.—R01l music; 5
I umbrellas; p<w-ket memo.: Knight Templar
charm; key: blue beads; pkg. bhio shirt. Oct.
SO —Pkg. pr. shoes; umbrella; pkx. vails; 3 pr.
pl'ivov; pkg. socks anil envt-l<>p->>.; pkg. 2 twxes
(2 pr.i ahoes. Oet Sl—Slnc'e j:li>v»e; foltlinsc
kodjik: fob seal (sseal tnissinKi; pkg. pamphlets
(cremationi; pr. eye glasses; pkg. switch; pkg.
pair riHM*. Nov. 1-2 lun«-h satchels; roll music;
book; child's glove; .i umbrellas: pkg. gent's
garters; roll Coast Seaman's Journal; swpatpr:
bead handbag; pkg. envelopes; pkg. lubricant;
roll typewriting exercises; pkg. stationery. N<>v.
j 2—Painters' torch; roll blueprints, telephone data:
II umbrellas: card case; pkg. bo* camly; pkg.
I collars: day book: clersy certificate traneporta
tlon: sample wallet, plumber; commute: pkg.
sample r.sbestos rr»-tlng. Nov. 3—Show posters:
handbag; c onibreHae; roll California Highway
Bulletin. Nov. g Booh BKtfODOfay; 7 umbrellas;
J sati-hel nTerslls; linirli jrrip; gold seal rin^.
roi'Nl) and cau he nbtali'f.j J.y owner at the
SAN FBANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. CENTRAL DIgTEICT. CAR STATION,
BECONO AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST., OAK
LAND: Oct. 21—Breastpin; silver u>esh purse:
; book : postage sramp*; whip. O<-t. 22—Tack ham-
I merrroil t»K.ks; smnll paper package; cstip; black
I lunch box; umbrella: can cedar sweep: small
I gauge. Oct. 23 —I'kjr. medicine: lunch grip; mat-
I tins suitcHse; umbrella; riiblx-r tire; package;
I package of greens: small packnge; satchel. Oct
I 26—Umbrella; beauty pin: «r<'iich: pkK-tea: gun;
black cloth: lady's black purse; pair dark classes:
j lady's uiiihiella; 2 umbrellas. Oct. 20—Pressure
I gau.se: red leather grip: pkg.: straw IttßChbox; 2
j hootai; small check cloth; straw baski-t;
; brown purse: ctraw basket. Oct :{o— Purse;
i knife: lunchbox: lace veil; roll butter: gol.l brace
let. Oct. :U—<;o!(1 bracelet: lady's silk handbag;
J small black pome; blnnkbonk; pair glasses; bunch
5 keys. Nov. 2:-t—Pkg. ribbon: child's bracelet;
mattine sniteasi-; pah- rubbers; pkg. of drugs;
umbrella: breastpin: black purse; lady's umbrella.
Niiv. 4—Plans wrapped in brown paper; ruesii
wire; pfii-kafre; painter's overalls; basket.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
| talned by owner nt SOUTHERN PACIFIC KAIL-
I ROAD, OAKLAND PIER: Oct. 21—Pair shears;
pkg. cloth; 2 books; wicker suitcase. Oct. 23,
H, '2:< -Small purse; black haudbag; pkg. cloth-
Ing; pkg. hardware; pkg. tin square; key; ther
mometer; pkg. cloth; pkg. Japanese letters; 2
overcoats; pkg. masks: 2 suitcases; roll (map);
roll pamphlets; 2 glovee. Oct. 26—Pkg. clotb
taff; I'kc. shoes; spectacle case; brown grip;
woman's coat; pkg. (wood); guitar; sweater;
i; book; overcoat; mitten; 2 overshoes.
i Oct, 2s—Qcmjr sweater: 2 bnncbes of keys. Oct.
! 2rt—Overcoat; pks. clothing; bundle papers; pkg.
i slioes; book; lunchbox: pair gloves; brown grip;
j checkbook. Oct. 30—Pkg. clothing; pkg. cluth;
! pent's photograph; pkg. hardware; box clothing'
Nov. .V-Pkg. clothiug: soft hat; kodak No. 3A
raiteaee; 2 plants; pkg. ,»nvae; book. "Lorna
Doone." Nov. 4 —Pkg. clothing; box shoes;
! woman's coat; aalti
KOOXI) and 'an be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. YVESTKKN DISTRICT. FIFTY FIRST
ST. and TELEGRAPH AY., OAKLAND: Oot IS
—EM- °f groceries; 1 pr. silk gloves. Oct 17
i.adys breastpin. Oot. 25—Hatchet; umbrella.
Oct. M -Snttcane; stickpin. Oct. 27—001 d ring;
book. Oct. !t8, —Beauty pin: lunch basket. Oct.
I L'^—Lunch grip: suitcase; handbag. pet 30—
i Broocfa pin. found on street. Nov. 1 Child's
I clothing;.
LOST property at S. F.-O. T. Ry., Mst st
an'l TeMgnpb ay.. Western Diet., Oakland.
Cal. Oct. -'• Sunshade Oct. 21 —Pair overalls,
mesh purse (name eugnved on outside). Oct.
-'. Hiudc roll (piano), umbrella. Oct. 23—Alli
gator handbag. Oot. 24—Matting hand basket,
uteel rod with rubber cover, pair gold rim eye
classen. blue scarf, lady s black purse, door key
lady's hlxck purse, sweater and saw, shoes.
LOST—Monday, gentleman's opal stickpin. Rβ
tuni t" '-ashler. Call office; reward.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
i CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA rt».: Oct. 1 to s—l
bible. I alligator handbag. 1 ledy'x glove, 1 lady's
veii, i bottle Ilsterine, l pair baby's glovea." 1
smell red purse. 1 small black nurse, ] cher-kbook
W< lit K.irpo Nevada National bank.
ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
maining on lisnd nl THIRD and TOWNBEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct. Zl—
j tilove; pkg. clothen. Oct. Sβ—Hat, Oct. 2a—
overcoat; valise.
LOST Crescent diamond pin, either at Cliff
boose or between that and Lake st. Please
return to I!KXi Rotter st. Liberal reward.
LOST—Sutl.r st. hot. Polk and Larkin. fur neck
I" , ralwd as keepsake. Plense return to
117.''. Killiett st. nr. U.vrie; litir-ral reward.
LuST I'm-ilay nijiht. opera jiMiug ~n j.-)]]
more or McAllister Bt. cars; rewerd JUDGE
CAHANISS. Ha|] ~f J O
LOST—Ural agate frosa w.iich fob on Height st
••Mi or Fillrame. l-iu<U r iilease rtturu tv 134
i ultou Bt U. W. WILLAItD.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
LOST AND FOUND
Contlune-d
ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
maining on hand «t THIRP and TOWNSKND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oct. 27—
Pnir shoes; piece canvas; suitcase. Oct. 28—
Pnlr cloves: 3 umbrellas.
]Ai<T -Bunch of keys. Liberal reward If re
turned to COSHRAVE CLOAK AND SCIT
COM] , ANY. 352 Post st.
TAKEN from Tait's. sesKkin muff, on Saturday
afternoon. Not. 2. at .":30. Return lo TACT'S
<\\F"E; party known.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print ille
gitimate advertisements. If any render nan
furnish information that any advertisement in
this column is not legitimate send it to The
Call in confidence, und if found correct the
advertisement will be discontinued.
A-aEMINITNT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
All disease* cured: strictly confidential; con
sultation f.-ee: hours 10-R Sundays 10-8. DRS.
CHAN & CHAN HKRB CO.. 19H* Slitter St.
SHAMPOOING, scalp treatment, manicuring;
prices reasonable- residential work preferred:
Indies only. Apply MISS MORGAN*. 1914
Franklin st.. Oakland 2456.
101 POST ST.. It. SO—DAILY, 10 A. M. to 9
P. M.: ELECT. TIB VAPOR HKRB BATHS.
RAHTKRN MASSEUSE AND MANICURE.
AA—WIOS toupees ISOfl Fillraore st. f'entle
men's dent., 5271 California. Est. lser,. <;.
LEDERER. Mr. Lederer in charge. Work jru.ir.
MISS BERNART). steam baths and electric treat
ment: Tan's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. 215 O"F;>rrel! st.. S. F.. office .">.
HAIR on face never grosrs again treated by
me with electric needle: 2-* i ym. practic. MRS.
NETTIE HARRISON. 1008 Sntter Beat Hyde.
OEtOIAX nurse wirte* a few more engacemeifs
for massage manual or vibratory; Xanheim
bath. f!2f! Hyde st. between Oearv and Pout.
MASS.. ancient meth.; nerve snec. Madam Sparta.
?OS4 O'Farrpll st. nr. DevlspriVro. We«t fiW.
STEAM aid dry hot air befhi for eolAm and
rheumatism: manleurlnr. 1114. r>prl«adero st.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face and scalp treat
ments. .14 Fills st., rm. 310; hours 1-10 p. m.
CORTEZ—Thermal baths, salt glow. elec. Tib.
015 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203: hrs. 11 10.
MRS. STEWART, muss.: elec and vih. treats, for
rheum, and nerves. 1122 Mrkt., opp. 7th. r. •'!.
LOUISE PASCO, pattern message and elect, vih.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis *t.: hrs. 10 to 10.
FRANKLIN Klectric Institute. 5""-5.16 Whitney
hldg., 133 Oeary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
HOT salt water b.-ifhs. alcohol, oil treatments.
423 15th St.. Oaklnnd. Private: no sign.
DRHOLESe methyl -Culroprntlc. dlelw-tK el-n!
lieht cab.: hrs 10-0. 14ir, O'Far.: tel. W. KOl.".
FULLY eojuir.p-vl bath parlors for sale. 2022 Slit
ter st.: cnll between hours of 12 and 4 p. m.
MTSS O'BRIEN h»« Inst returned from the east
with tyr new scientific treatment. 2022 Sutter.
MRS. ANDREWS, professions! nurse, m-issense;
physician's references. 725 Turk St. : iiour* 12-7.
IT TO DATE bath and massaee parlors; e'ec.
vihra. treat. 1012 Fill more st.. office 17.
MISS BELL, grsdnate masseuse; open Sunday.
12 to 5. 407 Westbunk bldg.. 830 Market st.
MISS CLARK. eMropody and tnassaee. electri
rtli treatment. 1507 Fl'lrnore st.: I->rs W-21.
•JFHMAV berb capsule for women: no operation*.
1524 Pacific ■«.. Alampda. Bay *tation.
WFi i.s' MAr-NF/nc and scalp treat
ments. IMS MISSION ST.. ROOM ."..
MISS F. ROOERS. l*te of Chlcae". masseuse—
Scalp treatment. Rrom 301. 34 Ellis st.
ELECTRIC face nnd sc.ilp treatment. 1754 Sut
ter st.: hours 10 to 10.
WRSONALS^
IMPORTANT
WVNTFfwThe prpspnt address of JOSEPH C.
BREWER, who served in Co. E. 11th Rec 111.
Vol. Cay.. during the elvil war. Left Pacific
hmnch. National home, on .Tunp 2e. ]f»l2.
Communicate with MRS. NEF.LAND. Vet
eran's flomo office. 333 Kearny st. San
Francisco. Cal.
MATRIMONIAL
LADIES—Here Is your opportunity. A young
man. 33 years nliS, dark hair, dark brown
eyes, rosy complexion, i> feet, 11 Inches tall,
weight IRS pounds, wishes to make the
acquaintance of a lady of means, matrimonially
incllDed: one who would be willing to advance
a few thousand dollar* fov the best oppor
tunity In the United State* to enter a safe
nod profitable business. Address V. N. SAVIN,
132S Ist aye.. Seattle. Wash.
MATRIMONIAL paper: many wealthy: many
marriages. MRS. BELL, ISLB Magnolia ay.,
Los Angeles.
MARRY—Thousands tired living alone: all ag»s;
call or write. MRS. R. HYDF.. 2<"77 Mission.
PARTIES wishitiir to marry, call or write MRS.
MILLARD. 2200 Sutter st.: details 25c.
WIDOW. 30, copifortahlr situated, would marry.
S., box "?>. League. Toledo. O. "
_P^IRyOYANTS^
A $•"> Deep Clairvoyant Reading for $1.
HENRY MASSFTELD. world's fair nalrnist.
crystal clairvoyant, trance Itfe reader, make- \ our
life bright, happy, prosperous; give" you power
to control others in love, business, finance, mar
riage, divorce, lawsuits, patents, partnerships;
overcomes ratfß , **, rivals, spells, o!>es*ion. eril
Influences, weak hnb!t«. broken encasements, ill
luck. ffar. timidity. lack of confidence; renews
voathfnl vitality, reunites the separated, restores
lost affection, locates mines. lodes, reins, mineral
locations, treasures, vocation, work, pTCsperta;
tolls your foil tinmes. facts, d.tfps. secrets, de
tails: spps exocilr what you want to know.
1144 MARKET ST.-1144. Hours, 10 to 9.
READINGS BY MAIL. 4 questions, send $1.
CONSULT PRINCESS ZORADIA. the genuine
Egyptian clairvoyant. She r-nn tell you ex
actly you called for, gives names, dates,
facts. She has no equal. Ella Wheeler Wll
cox says: "All Interested In occult science
should spp this gifted woman." Special read.,
r>oc; hours 10 !); closed Sunday. 1843 Flllmore
st. near Suttpr.
AA— PROF. J. E. SHAW,
Genuine clairvoyant, true and rpilablp, tPlls full
names, gives aMviee on love, marring! , , 'liv.irce..
business patents, changes, deaths, wills. i!eeds;
removes evil influences, reunites separated.
Readings 50c. 2" 3d st. nost to Hearst bldg.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK.
The well known trance medium, may be consulted
on all affairs- of life. 2Oftf> Sutter st. bet. Fill
more and Stelner: hours. 10 a. m to 8 p. m.
MISS SCEMDAR, yonnif. gifted clalr. and palmist;
a wonderful prophetess: hours 10 to 10; ladles
60c. gentlemen $1. UOe Devlsadero near Turk.
VFRA MARSH. 117S McAllister, nr. Flllmore--
Medium. Your full name: S5 life reading, 50c.
1-8, Closed Siindayi. 4 questions by malt. 2*ic
MME. DAVIK, palmist and clalr.. recently of
Panama Arcade. Is loc. 1122 Mkt. Read. SS-50c.
MISS STARR, astro!ogist, reads your full life
scientifically. 555 Eddy St., Eagle apartments.
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium: coe
sultition *1 «t her borne. 1164 O'Farrell: by
letter. 4 questions. *1. Phone Franklin 6722.
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS-Materializing seance
Friday eve.. 1243 Franklin »t.
STKAM herb treatment free, only treatmpnt
that really cures catarrh, dpafness, bron
chitis, asthma; one treatment cures a cold or
La Grippe for $2; we cure catarrh of he-«d.
kidney, bladder, liver, piles, eye. scalp and
hair diseases; sample by mall 10c; no cure
no pay. HERB KFMEPT CO.. f>3s Mnrket st.
DENTISTS
DR. IRA G LEEK—AII kinds -f dental work.
817 nilmore et, near Oak.
____STjUiMJBRINQ
STAMMER? Method of enre explainer! FREE
M. L. HATFIELD. 1»1R Grove. Oakland. Cal.
PHYSICIANS
A SPECIALIST FOR WOMKN
Reliable graduate physician; sure and quick re
sults: no detention from home or occupation: an
tiseptic and painless: consultation free. Room 3,
1025 Market bet. 6th and 7th: hrs. 10-4, 6:80-0.
DISEASES men und w«nn»n «necia'ty; nhysi'-lan
«nneon. PKNN DRTO CO.. 19f 3d st.
VALPEAI'S female pills; beet reguiitlng pills
sold: price $2.50 by express; Jener Ryringe
and tablets, price *5. by express only on re
c. It of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole
sale druggists. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
INVAUD CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of Entnets
tricycle eha!r. 1714 Market st.; tel. Park 2940.
CA TARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively cured; new; antiseptic; 1
w»efc free to convince. DR. COTTINGHAM.
txptrt ear. nose, throat. S2l Market, rm. 408.
MATERNITY HOMES
ST. MARGARETS Maternity Home —Confinement
specialty; adoption-- special f treatment for , all
ij female troubles. 3*l : East 14th St.. Oakland. : v
S. F. LYING-IN HOME '191 Oak st. • --Adoption.
Dr. Lord, r. s. pay.; eoatet $23. Mrkt. 446J).
DOG- AND CAT HOSPITAL
S. F. Doc-Cat; Ho«p., IStl J Fulton near f!rnilerick:
f animals treated, board; ambulance. West 8812.
CAP PET CLEANING
E. F. COMPRESSED AIR (XKANINO CO.. 307
Butter st.; phone Keerny 5853 (BLUE WAGON)
'f; Carpets, rugs ; quickly.t thoroughly* cleaned on
"j;i floor jj without removal. Estimate free.'■:-;'
APSOLITELY THE t BEST i CLEANING. 9e YD.:
HEAL DIRECT WITH BICE'S CARPW WKf?..
T 1565 HARRISON ST. j< Phone? MARKET IT (i-2.
WHEN ' : -. yon ' become I disgusted " with t poor work.
-■' send your carpets to J. s BPAUfLDING & CO.,
-; 833 Tenama st.';-? Douglas :; 3084: v Home J2.547.
AA -NATIONAL Carpet Beating i Works. Hamp
g ton :& t Bailly. 344-SM Church st. Market ; ISO.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alteration*, rei
,;2 orating. laying ; .150 Pevisadero: ph. Park 50ft.
STORAGE and MOVING VANS
WILSON BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, moving.
<■- packing, shipping. t * Removed to :: lfi.in Market
i, st. near Height; phone Park 271. .y : : -
BEKINS VAN l 4 AND STORAGE COMPANY—
"-1 Fireproof y warehouses'. > 18th and Mission sts.
- Phone ; Market 1 1314. or ,; Home MI3IB. ' ■ •>,
FIERCE-ROPOLPH i STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
'& st.: - phones West '• < e 2S. Home ; S2S2S.
EDVCjATIONAL^
ENGINEERING—CItII. electrical, mining. Wen.,
r survey, assay, cyanide: day, eve. ; estah. ISfls.
y. Van der Nnillen School. ; slst and Tel.. Oakland.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory,
after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
FISK TEACHERS , AGENCY. 2161 * Shattuck ay.,
Berkeley. Cal.. room -.4.? Wright block. ";":
BVSINESS COLLEGES
HF.Al.rvs BUSINESS COLLEGE— School of Civil,
H Electrical. Mining Architectural: f day. j even
: ing; established ISG3. 42.1 McAllister st.
SAN t FRANCISCO U NESS t COLLEGE, « 008
;v Market Ft. opp. Mb—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters I recommend Gallagher-Marsh
eg Business. College. 125R Market , st. > -.-_.-•..
ATTORNEYS
__
ADVICE FREE—No charge unless successful; all
• cases, all business quickly and quietly attended
■ to; bankruptcy; general • practice; open every
j evening. 1028 Market si.; room 12.
R. W. KINO, attorney at lair, Grant bldgi. Mkt.
' and 7th. rm. 320; all cases; low fees; nothing
•-.- in •■ advance lor for "; consultation. Ph. Mkt. s>l2.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hess,
; notary public. ;.:■■ Room 708 Hearst building. -
A CCO UN TA NTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL ;C. P. A.. 3d Boor, Clans
y Spreekels ; (Call) . building; phono Kearny 4151.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
ARTHUR L. SLKK, registered patent atty. end
g mechanical! expert; IT. S. . and foreign , patents
j solicited; j invention perfected; : promptness and
* accuracy guaranteed; our mechanical and patent
■ office ; drawings can not be equaled. 704-705
:; Foxcroft bldg.. Qβ Post st.: tel. Douglas 157. -
DE.WEY. STRONG & CO.—Founded ' 1S60; V. S.
;■■-. and a foreign patents; ;' Inventors' i guide; 100
' mechanical ' movements free. Bj 911-916 i Crocker
. building, San Francisco. -
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner V. S. patent office;
V- S. and foreign patents. \; 704 Pacific bldg. \
H. C. SCmtOEDER, patent, trademark attorney, I
i. : 417 First Bank building. Oakland. $
COAST NOVELTY Co.. 21 OS 1.-.TH ST.—TOOLS,
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
■:.'''; -;^yj:FUßS'}l^: "';._.■'■;■■ \
AD. KOCOI'R, reliable furrier; j repairing, remod
-1 cling; dyeing at popular prices. 222 Monadnock
:. bldg.; <>bone Douglas .".023.
BUTTONS AND PLEATING
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason; ph.
g Franklin 4-121 »nd C 4521; mall orders solicited.
HAIR GOODS:
NORMANOIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
:. CIAL I REDUCTION for switches, puffs, etc.,
daring November. 12067 Slitter St. : ■ West S7S3.
DRESS MAKING _\^
DRESSMAKING, i designing, cutting, . fitting and
-■-. ladies' _ tailoring thoroughly taught; New York
branch \ Vienna Inst.; tailored shirtwaist pat
tern cut to meas. 2oc. 305 Grant , ay.. day and
-> eve.; ■ phone Sutler 1494. j % Try our $10 course.
MADAME A. SILVAIN. fashionable French dress
.'maker; evening gowns a specialty at moderate
: prices. - 1557 California st. . near Polk. • Phone
■; Franklin 2302. , , ,s . , :' : : %A'<
MME. GRANGIER. PARISIAN MODISTE—Even
v ing . and ; street ; gowns; - also , remodeling, i 1500
; Post St.. N\V. ror. Ootavia; tel. West :8725. :;
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School; |
- evening classes; patterns cut to order. ; 121
; Geary st. , : Dear . Grant ay. ; Douglas 5731.
MME. MADELEINE— ARTISTIC GOWNS; re
modeling; stout ladies a specialty. 1813 Polk.
PERCIVAI, DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d avT
and East 12th st.. Oakland; phone, Merrltt 518.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
AAA-DOUGLAS 3532." Home C 4665; ! best Japa
nese. Chinese. Filipino help: all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 521 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 17:11. .- w: .;./ ~.' ;.:> ■".;• .:■;■ .:■'■■■ S2GIS
■s Japanese and »■ Chinese \ employment office. * >
,;: T. TAMT'RA & CO.. 1«12 Laguna st. : .. »
C. •D. ■;• KINNEY. .■- Chinese ' employment bureau,
''-■■ successor to" J. Conn. . Phone,; Douglas ' 316;.'.
- : 783 Clay 5t. •.;;.-.-I-- >:> -'■ : '-..V' :/",.. - ■■■ ■;:..;'- ;
STAR Emp. offlce Japanese-Chinese help. " XV.
KODATA. 1010; Geary; tei. West 167, 52700.
HORI & CO. — Best Japanese and Chinese help of
-all: kinds. " 1711 Post tat.;? West 28d8, S2RO3.
ALL kinds of help furnished with care, dispatch.
West 5688 OSCAR HATSI'MI- 4513 Geary. |
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
v>X;^-^ '■<-;'■'_ ; _ : '-" : ?■:' •;}-___
A .;YOUNG ; : woman '. of ;■ refinement, with some
training as a^nurse, wishes to give her serv
■ ices ;in the capacity of nurse or maid to lady
i' or r grown \ child • retiring / care; best of i city
. references. Address Nurse, 117.3 Filbert st.
nr. r Hyde, '*,"•*. ' "■ .-
AMERICAN woman * wishes ■ situation as house
"s keeper ■or - cook ; : on ■■ ranch; : neat, good - cook.
MRS. GOWAN. 8861 Folk St. : ; . /
COMPETENT bookkeeper i desires a position: 10
■;■■; years' , experiences can * take full -; charge; t refer
ences. Bo N ] no. ("all office. .
COMPETENT nurse s (German*, with kinder
ftarten experience, wishes position; state par
ticulars. ? E. HOFFMAN. 2428 Gough st. j '
EXPBIB, : matron and bookkeeper desires
■; position .as manager in apartment house. Box
■■■■-, 111.".. Call office. -; : . - ■-" ;■;.. , ■ :•
NEAT young girl would like vice place as second
v l; work. Chine Mtasien J 8885. ; -■:>:-■:;"> - " : "
RELIABLE, capable English woman wants house
.' ■.-. work by day or week or would attend an in
. ™iid; -is . kind . and a : go<sd : plain "■ cook. Apply
J 717 A . Minna it. . vast rot..: ;.-;,-:... ; .
WANTED—Situation jby experienced j cashier and
•"' bookkeeper; - local references. Telephone ; Mar
ket IW4. r..oin 1 SOS, or address bos: 1125. Call.
WELL : recommended f practical * nurse i wishes | en
- gageniem. 4 Piione Pacific 4201. 412 2(ith I iiv.
YOUNG;lady stenographer, English or .: German,
,v rapid, with ■', legal % and / commercial ■ experience,
capable of handling large volume of correspond
f r ence, iis open '•; for - engagement; ; best ?; of ■; refer
ences. ; Box J1145 H Call office. ;:; , "
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
__ \ ■■■■■ :: ■ I ;;..■-'-■ , : ,: ; ' MALE •
ADVERTISING man of ability, one of years of
.■I experience i both las; to ; preparing 1 copy and i so-
B liciting -, business, desires 1 a position j with ; some
■ good ' (iiiiy newspaper or retail firm | either as
■ v solicitor or to prepare ' copy; ? can " furnish best
>J of * references \ass to s ability j and character. ■ Box
j,; 671, .; Muskogee, Oklahoma.
BT middle ; aged man, position in «- a j email ; hotel
'•■ or .•'■ boarding ; house, waiting, 4 housework, * also
-•- y tend . bar. P,ox \ 1119, Call ] office. >; j■ :? ';
BY middle aged man, position 3ln a^. small hotel
:;,• or > boarding ?, house, :•; waiting, % housework, also
,;■ tend , bar. > Box ; 1119. Call office. : •
COMPETENT business man with thorough knowl
edge of ; hanking and niercautile lines desires
■ •:L) position; highest references; 45 years old. Box
1144. Call office. ' '_
FIHST class 1 watch j maker I wishes r steady ? posi
tion; best of references. -: Bo* f 1216, Call i office.
FRENCHMAN, middle age. would like a position
?S either t waiter •? bar " tender, bed \ maker or night
clerk. Box , 1120, 1 Call , '?aSgSSßSßSfffe^'Sg
FRENCHMAN, middle nge. would like a position
either waiter bar : tender, bed maker or night
clerk. Box 1120, Call of*—
GERMAN. SO. single, sober, steady. w»
as lariftor, e'evator man nr tratcfcmao: l-est
rpfoiTiics. Box 1121. Tail pfSee.
HERDSMAN wants position on dairy: under
st.mds breeding and feeding of lairy ami tfatm
canle: first clues reference*. Box 11TJ. ("ill.
.IAPANF.SK boy. (.'pntv ; ,, i( l h"iip>t. w:<lp«
sitiun as a ttcboo hojt; A*na**tic worV: w-il
experienced. FRANK 17i:: Wai'er «t.: te!.
j»,, r |.
MAN and wife (German \vN!< ppeitlofli Iα pri
rate place; wife for cooking, man house and
frsirden work: good reference*. Address
MI'KF. Hotel yon Dnrn. San Francisco, Cal.,
or ]>bone K'-anklin ,Ifif>«!.
MIDDLS aged man with government reference;;
■ wants position as night watchman: sober and
industrious and will aeceQi small salary if
faitlifn! services merit attention. Box 1041.
Call office.
MAN «n<] wife us cook and garde -ir>r fur private
family country. $"■">. Set- part; at MISS
PLI/NKETT'S. IROO Slitter St. or.' Webster.
OFFICE manager of exceptional ability, a rrsult
producer of highest type and onqwetJoned ref-
HfOK, is open for connection with a go<>d firm:
will accept a siilary in proportion to Taluc ol
services. Box 10SS. Call office.
SHIP'S officer, capable of assisting In office or
managing stores, would like opportunity of
demonstrating ability and faithfulness In any
line of work so can be ashore permanently.
Box 1100. Call ofnVe.
THOROUGHLY experienced gardener, compe
tent to take entire charge of estate, with lo
cal references of highest type, in open for an
engagement. B"x 1074, Call office.
VOi'Nr; German dmlrea situation. teomeiferk,
gardener or all around man; good reference.
Address box 1137. Call.
FEMALE HELP WANTED .
AAA—Telephone operators. Permanent posltlone
for young women and girls.
Salaried from $1.10 to $3 per flay.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per day paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Stelner
at*.. San Francisco. Telephone West 759 V
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to X p. m.
Oakland employment office. Frankltn st. be
tween 15th and 17th. Telephone Oakland 131.
Open week days from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.
AT MRS. C. REID'S EMPI,OYMENT OFFICE
OSS Market st.. fifth floor: phone Snttor 31 ,; 6.
Woman nnd daughter, cook and helper, city;
$.Vi and found.
Girl, assistant general housework; 2 in fam!ly.
city: .«"0 find found.
I.ady solicitors for new paste: salary and com.
Pantry girl: no salads: easy place; $2.". board.
Wife and husband, city boarding house: J.VI
and fotrad.
.Tewisli girl, assistant housework, city: $.T>, fd.
Waitresses, city hotel; $.15 and board.
Office open 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Call early.
SEVBRAL elrls and women for housework.
Stenographer with commercial experience.
Factory girls.
Women for sewing machine work.
Oirls to nut up fnilt.
An experienced maid.
CALL'S FREE EMPLOYMENT Br'REAC.
9 a. m. to 12 noon.
SEWING MACHINK OPERATORS ON OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: .PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEVI iTRAUSS & CO.,
VALENCIA ST.. BETWEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS.
VC)fN<; lady with some office experience, whi
is i.'<"'d »it BBgwerlHg phone, to take orders
f'»r advertisements; chance for advancement.
See MR. LJEVAN. business office. Tlie Call.
0 a. m. to 12 noon.
LADIES and girls to tint pillow tops at home.
$6 to $H0 per dnj!. Experience unnecessary
starting. WORLDS FAIR ART ASSOCIA
TION, room 33. 027 Broadway. Oakland.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The FAMOPS
PEAVY, P. V. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING, 967 Market at,
second floor, near Empress theater.
WANTED—GirI for office work: chance for
advancement to one who is adapted to the
work. Apply to advertising manager, The
Call.
GENTLEMAN wishes elderly lady to do light
work for a short time: correspondence solicit
ed. Address V.. Call office. San Jos*. Cal.
IOUNG laay or widow to take care of two fine
h r> y>. I sind c, yrs. old.: a fine home offered.
bW small salary. Box 11.10. Call office.
MIDDLE AGED woman to cook 2 meaK a da
fr>r 6 youns men. Phone Franklin .">&"!». room
12. between 5:30 and 6:.1O p. m.
EXPERIENCED counter girl; short hours: also
experienceil pnntry girl. Apply THE EM
PORIUM CAFE.
GIRLS, 16 years of age, for cashiers and wrap
pers. Apply at superintendent's office. THE
EMPORIUM.
GIRL, Iβ years of age. for stock markers. Ap
ply superintendent's office, THE B99POSIUM.
WANTED—A young girl for waitress at coffee
house. 720 Folsom st.. San Francisco. Cal.
GIRLS, Ifi years of age. for markers. Ap
ply superintendent's office. THE I'.MPORIT'M.
GET MARRlED—Thousands tired tiring alone: all
ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
WANTED — Experienced stenographer. PAN
AMA TEA COMPANY. 531 Rtli st.. Oakland.
FIRST class hinds. Anplv Drapery
Department. THE WHITE HOT'SE*
YOT'NO women for general office work. Address
box 4191. Call office. Oakland.
EXPERIENCED biller. Apply superintendent's
o'fice. THE EMPORIUM
EXPERIENCED biller. Appiv superintendent's
office. THE EMPORIUM.
MALE HELP WANTED
CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE,
145 3d et. below Mission.
WANTED —Men to learn barber trade nn«l<»r
California system; don't pay for a big name; get
your moneys worth; we keep an Instructor with
you constantly until yon learn all the positions
required by our system; for this reason our stu
dents learn quickly, and many have secured situ
ations in 4 weeks' time; you may make $10 per
week while learning.
MOI.ERS BARBER COLLEGE.
2.14 .Id st. below Howard.
We have opening for .1 niore beginners to MM the
place of those left for good position*. Do not
he deceived t>y so called colleges. under
the Moler system and learn right. We have 45
schools in the I*. S. A. Call or write for
catalogue.
WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY -Able bodi°d un
married men between ages of IS and 15: c|tl*<>n<»
if I'nited States, of good character and temper
nte habits, who can speak, r"sd and write the
English language. For information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, 660 Market et., S.in Fran
cisco, Cal.
LOCOMOTIVE FIRKMEN AM) BRAKEMEN
for nearby railroads; $S0 to $100 monthly:
age lfi to SS; experience unnecessary; no
strike; promotion to engineer, conductor; rail
roiid employing headquarters: no charge for
assistance to employment; state age: send
stamp for application. RAILWAY ASSOCI
ATION, box 1042. Call office.
HOY wanted, about lrt years old, as <: f " n ' ,r al
office boy in stock broker's office: good chance
for advancement: must be nr-at. accurate and
ambitious; one who understands typewriter
preferred. Annly in. own handwriting. Box
11.IK. Call office.
UAN to help dental dept. part time and do Jan
itor work part time. Apply dental dept.. Af
filiated Colleges. 2d and Parnassus ars., S. F.,
between hours of 1 and 2 p. m.
WANTED— Steady, reliable young man. nerma
nent place; pays $7." per month to start; small
capital required. Call S.lO Market, room 415.
iIEN and women to learn bartering; wascs while
learning; see ns about tuition. INTERN \
TIONAL BARRER SCHOOL. 700 Howard st.
"KM GLAS HOUSE. 7"8 Harrison =t. nr. ?.d--2no
hard finished rooms: large reading room; hot
tvari-r; rooms 2"c a day: SI.?T and Si.VI week.
WANTED- Boy about Iβ or 17 years old for
general office work; go«v! opportunity for right
person. Address box 1061. Call office.
CARPKNTKRS wanted; stTte wages wanted'
steady work to right men; city work. Box
114.1. Call office.
UTOMOBII.K driving and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. r>7th and Adeline
sts.. Oakland.
JET mnrrifd —Thousands rich, all age* tired
living alone. Call or write MRS. HYDE. 2877
Mission «t.
iIEN to learn moving picture operating: steady
position": small cost to learn. 3 City Hall «t.',
office 515.
sTEADY man to attend cigar stand: security re
quired; exp. unnecessary. ."00 Washington st.
NCAI.LF.D for and «econd hand shoes. 7.V up
shoes rennirerl wliile wnitint;. 10.1 3d st.
SXPE RIL'NCED window trimmer tpply
Hiipt's office. THE EMPORITTM.
tVANTEr*--Stock cutter. Apply fiuperinteudent
."«.") Fi'lsom st.
WANTED— Stojieman; must be Al; big work.
",r.."i Fol«om st.
)FFICE ROY. Apply Supt.'s office. THE EM
PORirM.
WANTED—Harris pressman for night sbift. 533
Fo'som st.
,TANTED—Errand boy, printing office r..-»,"i Foi
som st
I = I
AGENTS WANTED -^
! BOYS and girls- s>l! ; 24* packages of postal cards
■n< at- 10 rents - each ■~' and .'receive a. : camera, or
■watch: or doll or fountain pen. free. WHEAT
I.XT SUPPLY Co.. 5332 ; Monticello ay.. Los
Anceles. V ] ';:-:'."', -'i , ... c ; .',-. ;: ■ . ■'■.■■"-.. - '•, ■ -
„ BARBELS AND SUPPLIES.
BABBKRB—Protect y*mrt*H >->i\ lauily In case
;> of ' sickness - and iii •; We of death! -.;-.? > = •'.*
K? ; i3 > Barbara—No better; opportunity -offered. - Join
The Barbers , Protective Unions (Inc. organized
| s Jan. ' 13, IS7S. A benevolent society for barbers.
- : ' employer* and ,' employes.;. We nay ; $10 per week
; sick bPient. • .«2. r .fi death ben"fit 1 n<-es 91 mo.
• For particulars call or write R. Oppenhelm, sec.,
14.-»7 Octaria St., or W. Z Baron. :> employment
'': •■ me.. ; 775; Market St.: » phone Ke«rnj ri.TB4. 'Ci:
STRICTLY; first class. j « chair shop for i sale; in
M the I heart ; of ; the downtown ; f^'-iru , . , . with Rood j
•lease; we cao .-how • you where this is po-'i- i
' tiveiy the best buy in the city. Box 1087,
Call office. ; .. . ,-■ ','-;■ -.:; ;- ~_ ---- .... '
PLACE jour order NOW for HT-K1 TONIC
""•■ Men <v more business - for yon and satisfied
.customers. <-. CORPY-HTTfUTINPOX CO.,
Distributing; Agents.. l?fi Turk ft.
; FOR «nle. ! cheap—l chair barber shop in prosper
ous town: picture of shop at Deckelman Bros.'.
P Address J. W. CAT.I.AGHAN, Sunnyvale. - Cal
AA — BARBERS' instantaneous " beater, , :! samples.
10 : pal."- capacity, while • they Inst $12.90, Ap
; pi v L.v A. ATKINSON. ."07 Mission st.. S. •F.
IF ymir shop Is a bargain, list it with Se"ly: he
; . sells only j bargains:, see his barber furniture.
i ::04 Hayes st.: phone Park 1242. -
BARTERS' T'NION -Free emp. agei-'y. R. H.
j BAKKR, Sec.. MVi Market- : tel "■■'• ( ,iklln WWW.
I
BARBF.K wasted from Saturds . 11 a. m.. and
Sunday: $5.50. Apply ii2Mi 2;d st. and Rail
" road aT " K. Oakland. . ' - kt»--J
FOR 'salt , —^Barber*' shop, three chairs: two bath
11 tubs: • jrood : location. Address ' 92") 3d St., j Sac
.-> ramentn. Cal. ;
BABBKRS , I'n.toctive (Tnfoii — Employment secre
; farv W. PAIiOX. 775 M&t. : tel. Kennv MM,
Wanted, to rent -, or manage—First j class I barber
HI shop; j hotel preferred. Q Address box HOC." Call.
BARBKRS us" On Poofs manse shampoo and get
results. DC POXT MFG. CO.. 45.1 Pon?lass.
FIRST class barber shop, , close to Market St.,
'.)>, for ; sale. ;., Apply ;. : room ■ 3W. 35 Montgomery St.
GOOD j paying".. 8 chair | shop I for sale, 2 steady;
•■living rooms: long lease. Box 10R5. Call office.
Al • BARBER, good appearance, • wishes . Mwdj I
;i work, city or country. ,- Phone Mission 2057. j
MEN. women. lc:irn the barber ' trade: wages
: while learning. Moler Barber 001.. 234 "d st.
FOR sale- A 8 1 chair ' shop; 2 baths: a bargain.
Address .1. T. ; YOfXf;. Qnincy. C<l.
ROCKSIDK ; makes any ; razor hone work just
; right.-•'-..; Try it Ask y»r h:"hn r s-in-ilr.
FOR sale—2 chair shop: good business; 4 paid
$-".0O: i will take $125. ; 603 - Front st.
GOOD second hnml "inlaid Hnolenm. '50 cents per
yard. At BAUER'S. SO O'Fnrrell st. i;
MORE CI-UMRS* rarnr- arrived. $2; guaranteed.
RKCKKL & I'RESHER. eO nth st.
FOR saIe—CTCII.UC HOTEL BARBER SHOP, 2
'! chairs, ia bargain. Uklah. CaJ. •_'
BARBER - wanted ; . steady; '-. nonunion job; good
job. 428 IfHh St.. Oakland. , :' '-.
FOR rent—Barber shop, completely furnished, at
jg Melrose S. ['. depot. H. WYMAN. ; r ;~
15ARRKR wanted for Saturday and Sunday:
> steady if suitable. 712 Front st. . «V "
FOR sale— 2 i chair barber shop; cheap rent; a
borer In. 2210 Geary st i ,
AUTOMOBILES
SEVEN (71 GENUINE BARGAINS
We have left only seven used cars In our place,
and will be terribly glad to clean up on these;
therefore, for <jni -s deal, will sell:
Peerless landaulet - 1 small 1 '11 model.
used little and look* brand new .... $2 800
1012 Kissel. 0 cyl . 7 pass., Al shape.
worth all of $2.750 ........\ .. 4 ..... $2,000
Packard "50, ,, 3 pass., 1910. in extra
good ': shape '''.'..,.................. $1,730
American. '11, 50 hp.. 7 pass., 0n1y...'..51.400
'OS Peerless. 7 (not junk)........ >««r>ri
Ptoddard-liayton. 7 pass .......... $750
Stoddard-Dayton. '10, 5 pass..... $62.*
Either of these last three ears would be
cheap nt $1,000 or $1,200 :
H. O. HARRISON CO.. tor Post and Van Ness.
SIX PASSENGER WINTON IN THK PEST <»f
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST. COB- !
NEB WALLER. ■
WITK P«ssenr<-r. c -*ll»der, 40 IT. p. Kline, fully ■
quipped, thoroughly overhauled. $050: 3, White
steamers, mII in first class running order, from
$100 to $400. W. CASWFLT.. 14."» Haves st.
HANPSOME " passenger. « cylinder Kline car. 40
4 H. P.. = that -has been well taken care of and Is j
1 in the beat of condition: thoroughly overhauled:
will sell at a sacrifice of $1,000. Box 1108, Call
THE riT.LMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
M USICA L INSTPUWZNT* : r,
PIANOS to . buy !or " rent: lowest figures: • t es«v
terms. BTATHASTS. 24 Hill: st., nr Vntmria
;, and 22d. manufacturers' agents. Tel. Mission
■ 4752. .Tuning, repairing: factory \ prices. ..; :
NEW pianos . and \ player | pianos rented, , ; lowest j
' prices; visit new bargain room and get bargain
list. KOHT F.R * CHASE. 2« O"F«rrell st. ■
PIANOS' to rent; no cartase. BYRON MALZY.
Gold j Medal Pianos. 2"0 Stockton Ft.
TYPEWRITERS & SUPPLIES
WALTER! J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt typewriters
of all descriptions;', expert renairlnp: typewrit
ers inspected and j rented; : ribbons for "nil : ma
- chines; carbon papers I and office- supplies. 307
Bush st.: pho-ie Douglas 4113..: Home Carte. ..'■
RERI'II.T SUM Remington No. 6 or Smith Pre
mier typewriter • No. 2. smsranfeod. for $36 $3
per month. L. & M. ALEXANDER, 512 Mar
ket *t.,-:-"-, .-. : ;- : :,;"' .::,■•,. .■ ■ :..-.•■;: , ... '~ ■■■ .■- •;_
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OAKLAND Typewriter Fxchanee. 004 Broadway,
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriters!
I MISSION BRANCH OF THE TALL. BLAKE'S
;; BAZAAR. 110S VALENCIA ST.
SEWING MACHINES
ALL makes sold repaired, rented. - MeN VI IV ;
2CfU Mission st. bet. 22d and 23d Mission
■- 202. kfSSSe. ; 538 lfith at San Pablo «▼.. Oak
land. Onklnnd v 1774. . .
INSECTS EXTERMINATED^
QUICKLY AND; PERMANENTLY BY TOT IN
ft SKCnCIBE CO.. T7 tern . I'helan - hnndlog. *
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
. - LOWER THAN EVER,
HOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN?
PORCELAIN 5 OR r,i_ ft P.\TH
TUB! 1 20x30 PORCELAIN ENAMELED '
SINK: 30 GAL". BOILER: 1 SET 2 P\RT
TRAYS; 1 BEAFTIFI L PATENT TOI
LET, EITHER IN MAHOGANY. OOLD- '
EN ' OAK. CHERRY or WEATHERED -
•.-■'■': OAK, FOR = $38. ; ■■-~, :■:.-;..■ ■'■ .
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. ';-''■ '•.'
' : P. E. ; OHAIR. 857 MISSION ST.
AXE you building or ?do you 1 want to make Idi
-■-. provements on your home? If so. don't forget to
.' call and see what the Chicago Koaaewrecklae
Co. can save you. comparing their prices to
1 what , you have to pay elsewbere. ; A call at 23
Valencia st. will mean dollars to you , Phone
•;'. Market 66%. \-J :-.""■• _: * v " Jt
FOR SALE -NEW AN SECOND HANK .mom
:■ and I pocket billiard tables, bowling alien and
, accessories; i bar: fixtures ;of all kinds • ea<v i,av
- ; ments. THE BRUVSWICKBALKE -<X)LI E\
PER CO.. 787 7Ha Mission st.. S.vi Francisco.
;■ SECOND ; HANI) VIVE ' * '
Largest; dealers ;In : standard ( pipe and : screw cas
l ; ing: '; dipped; prices right; guaranteed first rlaaa
, PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main aid Howard s's ' '
"MUTIOORAPH" moving picture machine inn
moflel HERE. Headquarters EI'W\RD h
s KEMP. 833 ■ Market st.:. San , FrniKlsco. "'
i'LI .\Uil.\o, gas and eteaiu repairing «l<>u>. re*
.;;■■' KonaWjr. ii Cell or C phone S2u ■ SU:& - a».; t<t_
v>Pacllie < :S4O. v .-- , 7,; : . ;■-. ■;.,:,.;-.,. ;■- ■■-.>■ ;i ~
EDISON AGENCY, moving picture machines and
■ ' et>-reoptu-on«. GEO. BRECK. 70 r Turk »t.
fcAi-Kfc, ijuw and wcOß< baud, v cheaper - than
ever. THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 128 Folsom
ALL sizes standard waler pipe a;i<l screw casing
4 In -second hand, hot aephaltonj dipped rguarnn
teed as good as new; [»rje atoek 4 r'eadv for
sh'pment. WFISSBAI'M I'ipeWks.. TM nth st.
TO painters, users and solicitors—-I hare paint
;, lasts loiter, covers ; more, < works faster « and
..■:';■ costs less; see me. q. s. ; HOLMES, Acme hotel.
CAbil registers bought, sutd ext-uangt-u or : r-
paired. ■ ROYAL NOVELTY CO.. CU4 McAlll*
NATIONAL electric ticket thrower caaii register
|| also s detail ► and i total - adder, ' cheep, y 579 / Sit'
Allister et. v
SAKE—Big % second hand steel i* lined Jeweler*
ig safe; [ «nap. |,; 6«8 ? Mission ; st.. below ■ 3d. 7 ■£*". r%
COMfLTING ecale nn.i meat elicer tits aale
?f cheap at 62» McAJUeter •<.
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MISCELLANEOUS WASTS^
K3i i. .— ■—^r—
for Something
TO EXCHANGE
for one ir**fc in this f nn £f
for each answer «££" , irflr >. not
Bring your adr. to rl p published one
more than 30 words; it will V u
week free. and distributed
changes nr fgrtl trw **«*• —
WHAT
and drivinsr I" ' ,- her tired TOM-
Call office. - j —
» — ~ [tnrrha* A Co. I"> T 7
WILL exchange ■ *£rwin "S worklne con
rovolver, nrize nioiiei. »\< •■>•»• ...... t o ex
|£ g».-sr , «
llf», Call office. i
Tfispurs sa._£surag
J4W: ,-nn-t Rive it n,.v attention. Box 108 H.
('.ill .
reference. Box 1002. Cnll office. _
HAVF a< st»'>d »» nPW 5 S"'"?* , shotgun foe
any pood brass or camera type
writer wheel or nigs. nave- your
Bea ia?n. Call office.
FOR exchange-Pair of genuine *' n n ra ™_ *"
Mm «>U«J ROM. small size; « an * :*"____*
and wofectlooi fresh made to order,
rlress nor 114 ii. Call of fire. ,
WILL exehnnee 2 oak ro,kin K Ctel» *»«*}_*
furniture and h-indsome framed oil P
for carpet, rnf or pas water heater. Box
irr.r?. call office. ,
FOR enhance ■ Fichteen tubes of oil paints til
good r-ofors snd !n eood condition, for eh!«.
ens: must be pood breed. Address bor 1477.
Pall office. ,
FOX f>ir rim with head nnd tnil like new to
eiohnnee for TvrhMl rwr, electric refine
lamp, mahfsany sewins table or trunk. Ad
rlrcs* box 1477. ofn>c. ____-
WII I- exchange a laree handsome oil painting
(marinei for sras water heater, or srond tor or
carpet, or what have you? Address box
14«5«. Call office. >
TO rxchanst -A machine for packing a popular
confection: lies never been used; to exchange
for Al camora. or what have you? Addreea
h<.X 1866, Call office.
WILL exchance Colombia phonograph. Reclna
music box. motorcycle, frame for storage bat
tery typewriter, auto fur coat, or what have
ymi? Ro- lgeft. ra!lj2________ __
?>."• FT. open boat with 13 bp. enjrine to ex
olianse for pnini'T boat or automobile. Ad
dress box 12JW. Tall offlce.
WANTED— Bed springs and mattress in ex
change for Rood wsshlnff machine and gasoline
store. R>v 13<;0, Tall office.
l<o exelvnjce — Fine Chiekerlne grand piano, like
new fo» automobile or anything of same ralue.
Boy \wa. Call office.
TO exchange -One exS niK in good condition,
for a rocker or good center table. Box 1370,
Tall ofn>e. '
TO «ch*a_» — Ptlirte «f'idfo outfit; everything
to make ptooto* with: for motorcycle. Ad
dress bAX 1307. Call office.
f2.> GAS rant'e to exrhncce for bed daren
port, china raMset or a sideboard. Addres*
ir,r2. Call office. k
WTI.I. fade Remington Invisible typewriter fco *
camera: machine in Al condition. Address
t>ox M.O. Call office.
WII.T. ncbaMK a lady's ColnmMa bicycle, ex
<-e!)rnt col riition, for a roo<l flshlDK rod Br
»■<«*. Addresi box Cnll office.
WM.I. turn in a Maria county lot, or mortsaee
on name, as first payment on a house In
Oakland or Berkeley. Address box 1065. Call.
WHAT hnve you to offer in exchange for
OtHett* safety razor, $6.50. never msed.
offer. ' Bnx 1?O1. Trill office.
WTI.L exfhanse valuable Califomla landsciyjt ■•«.
by local artiste, for furniture, in jtood **ndi
tion. Pox 1122. Cnll office.
FI'RNISHKD room offered In exchange for
Fwecpinis 2 hours every other day. Box
1076. Call efflro.
LADIES- , tailor will do alterations, remodeling
iiM'l tpilorine in exchange for bedroom. Box
'.. Call offlce.
1 IT A VI" about $25 worth of gramophone rec
ords In good condition. Make offer. Box
in«;i. Call office.
EI'ISON cvllnder records, cook stove and sani
tary folding bed for bicycle, writing desk or
anythlr.K I eaa use Box 1141. Call office.
FXt'JT,\VCE—A good gold filled watch for &
jroo«i whpel with coaster brake. Box 1496,
O*H offlce.
FINK English btill pups to exchange for fishing
rod. leather suitcase, or anything I can use.
Address box 1440. Call office.
FOX exchange—Good dining room table for good
couch, rockers, or cbina cabinet: also Singer
eewinsr machine. Box 13J>6, Call offlce.
HAVE one of the finest phonograph outfit* la
the city to exchange for workhorse. Box_fc
ISM. Cell office. T^
WANT some fine lace curtains: will exchange
plate glass mirror or paintings, ornament*,
etc. Box 130-S. Call office.
EXCHANGE—A new gold watch, lady'a or
gent's, for a medium rolltop desk. Box 1495.
Call office.
7 MONTHS oH gt, Bernard pnp. will eT
change for female. Address box 1271, Call
office.
178 DIFFERENT stamps. Tj! S. and forelga
countries, exchange for suitcase or beet offer.
Box 1457. Cal". office.
IS FT. launch with 3 home engine and all a<?-
to e-clmnee fr, r horse and light
WttfOß or bncev. Box 12«4. Call offlr-f..
WIT.I, <vha"s:o Standard sddlng machine, first
flnss condition, for solitaire diamond ring.
WILL exchange a one mandolin; al»o gold watch
ft*, for genfs wheel. Address box 1489.
Clll office.
WILL exchange for x small lathe, static machine
or bicycle, a magneto, in One condition. Bor
1263. '"i 1! offlf»>
WANTFI) To exchange Victor phonograph with
VIOT.ONrKIT.O. „:„• $7Bi t(1 e . rhangp for A 1
wind fhield for anro snd pair gas lamps. AjU
dres« box IMS, r»u ofße*. F^
WIIX exchaafC embroidered centerpiece col
ored. a« Inches, fur Uai)_lng lamp. Box' 1341
Call office. *
TO extbanee—Door window made to
your order for ,iosk. typewriter or
gasoline engine. B/'x IW~>. Cnll offW.
WILL axehance r,o lbs. i::\r i«. 3 ds and for
quads and spares. box 12<C. Call.
GO b°" N™^^;';'^
GASO 1 I N E si ,ye «rd oven for birred tires ot
anything I r.- n nue. R^J£_ r __TajW>ffW ° r
TWO fli..ioual.MT. f | Wurli :rul ~n -lo e « to *-T
change for m"rSi3n > ll«e. r...x l?.on. r»1l oftW__
FURMTUHE FOR SALE
CARPKTS AXO BOOS AT MH.i. PBICM "
All the n™ patterns ~f t!,j s se ., s ,, n - ,^"
yde. carper 10..m0 n I?S . All kinds, all aizeT
at about half whnt you pay retail '
$1.7.1 Axminster Carpets rd «-,,
1.75 Wilt.m velvMt can.Mts. v,l Si^ c
1.50 Extra Brtweli carp-ti t<l »"-'=li}? c
I.MO aDd $1.-5 Bnis.«ls ', .rpet ..*.*** '
S2.SO BeVt' AxnUnster nigs' ff** to ."^
30.00 BwiMm rmgt, extra neavy »_ M
Room Mze' WBtmt Velre'; " rim ". f\n
An »ttwa« sw - «s
r.INDHOT.M SE.M. rnVr : Ut
Western Represent*t<ye* k**f*f*l ATTITt Woa
_JWOOD BASKETS
A fii:e one fop $i ':> *1 " N^*
__jCfHU)RE\'S CHAIRS
Fine tws ror $2 ' —-»-—
rtn-TTKR-y RATTAN WORKS. 1141 B ..
WINDOWSHA DP S **
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