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A. & A. S. R.. of Free Baa I"" i
Francisco Chapter. K. R. C, No. 1 - , —,_J —
Kiehtoenth degree THIS (TUBS- 1 *tk
T'AYI EVENING, Nnv. 19, 1912. at ft
» o'clock. Scottish Rite tpmplc. NE. r
corner Van Ness ay. nnd Better st. |
HENRY ASCROFT. Secretary. /,
CALIFORNIA ThiiptPr No '. F \. i *
M.- Stated mefting THIS (TUES-
T'AVI EVENING nt 7:30 o'clock.
21Sj Sutter st. Smoker and enter- MMfl
tainment, 8:30 p. in. Do not miss aj£^_»
■ ' EDWARD PEABODY.
MISSION Cotnmandery No. 41. K. T. — _»->._ i
Stated assembly THIS (TUESDAY) TnT
EVENING at 8 odock. Mission Ma- ]E3f
sonic temple, 2Res Misnion st. Order of
the temple. All fraters cordially invited. By
order of
EDWIN W. TUCKER. Eminent Commander.
A. HAWKSLLY. Recorder.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. F. & A. M.—
Officers and members arc hereby noti- mA#
fi»d to atten.i the funeral service of our J\J\
d-ceased brothpr. Frederick Adolph
Will, from our lodgp ball. 2136 Sutter et., at
2 o'clock p. m. TUESDAY, NOV. 19. 1912.
Interment private. Masons and friend* are
invited to attend. By order of the niastor.
EDWARD PEABODY. Secretary.
ORIENTAL Lodgp. No. 144, F. &A. M.. __T"
meets this (TUESDAY) evening at S WW
""clock. Becond Degree Craftsmen cor-
dially inTJted. A. S. HUBBARO. Spcv. ' v
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. O. f. £.- A. M.
M. —Second degree THIS (TUESDAY > i
EVENING. 7:."50 o'clock. Frafprnal hall. I
I. O. O. .F. bldg.. Market and 7tU st?. I
Craftsmen cordially iuvitp.i.
EDWIN L. WSYgB, S?crptary.
PACIFIC Lodge No. VXi, F. & A. _a
1739 Fillmore St.. meete THIS (.Trn.S-
KAY". EVENING. 7:.Tn o'clock. Third X-X
degree. GEO. L. DARLING. Spc. '^r
SAN FRANCISCO Lodge No. .160. F. &A. ~Z~
M.. 1739 Fillmore St.—Second degree __!__.
THIS (TUESDAY i EVENING, at 7:.",0 XX
o'clock. LEW. E. SAWYER, ficv. /▼>
PARNASSUS Lodge N<v 38S. F. & A. _B.
M—Third degree THIS (TUESDAY)
EVENING at 8 o'clock. J\J\
W. A. HOYT. Secretary. * ~
OFFICERS and the foneml commit- .„,-...,.
tpe of Concordia lodge No. 122. I. ijiEKeßjfcfc.
O. O. F.. will please nssemhle at
, H. F. Subr & Co.'*. 2919 Mtssion ■
hi., at 1:30 p. ro. WEDNESDAY, t" attend th«»
funeral of our late deceased brother, JOHN
BELLMER. WM. HOLDER. N. G.
CHRIST. ROEBER. R. S.
MASTER MARINERS' BE-β
NEVOLENT ASSOCIATION—
Officers and members are rp- G_H^_^[^^ BW
guested to u>eet at our ball, Ji
95 Market St., on TUBS■« M|)W
PAY, NOV. 19, at 10 a. m.. | , ASSH_P r>
to atten-l the funeral of enr
lete brotUer. Henrik Jacob
sen. By order of the president.
ALMC BF.RGJf AN. Recordins: Spcrotary.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the
FAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION,
SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST.. OAK
LAND: Oct. _9—Pressure gauge; tHU leather
grip; package; straw luncbbox; 2 books; small
package check cloth; straw basket; brown purse; ■
straw basket. Oct. 30—Puree; knife; lunchbox; !
lace veil; Toll butter; gold bracelet. Oct. 31—
Gold bracelet; lady's silk handbag; small black
parse; blankbook; pair of glasses: bunch of
keys. Not. 2, 3—Pkg. ribbon; child's bracelet;
matting suitcase; pair rubbers; pkg. of drugs;
umbrella; breastpin; black purse; lady's umbrella.
Nev. 4 —Plans wravped in brown paper; mesh
wire; package; paiuter's overalls; basket. Nov.
fi—4 umbrellas; eu<tlon sweeper; man's red
leather purse; straw lunch basket; tie. Nov. 8—
£ cardboa-d boxes; small alligator purse; lady'a
black purse; package; suitcase; 5 umbrellas; pair
•hoes; pieces odd molding; purse; gloves; book;
beauty pin: jacknife; handbag; small brown
|>urse; straw lunchbox; pictures; shoe. Nov. 8—
Shoe wrapped in uewspaper; pocket flashlight; _
umbrellas; pnree; gas fixture; black lunchbos;
etrit of underwear. Not. 9 —5 umbrellas; beauty
pin; jsair gbuwca; ehJrt waist; 2 large knives;
old hat; basket; pair glasses. Nov. 10—3 um
trellis; gmall wicker suitcase. Nor. 32 —Small
lady's purse; ."» gal. mllfe can: overcoat; pea
knifc; lj»ok; piu; can. Nov. 14—2 umbrellas;
rflaa'i parse; J>kg. collars. Nov. IB —Lady's
black handbag; miUcksc; lady's white handbag;
ctr-.v isnehtex.
LOST—Brown aeefc fur, Nov. 0, tn Market tf.
between u<l *n<l Return Vj superinten
dent. IS4 Slitter *t. I-cward.
LOST—On O'Farreli cr Powell, Knigiii!* of l'o
lumbns 'embleui. r."tjiu to BUKCC UP.OS.,
l'aci_c bidg.; NWard,
LOST AND FOUND
: Contln ued
FOUND !n strpptcars nnrl can be obtained by
owners at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE room
502. HZ SECOND ST. Oct. 27—4 packages. 1
handbag: 1 neckpiece: 2 books: 1 overennt: I pair
gloves; 8 grips: 1 string lieads: ft umbrellas: 1
watch charm: 1 rinjr. Oct. 28—2 hand grips: 1
*'iitcase; 1 telescopp haskPt: ?. purses: 1 hand
bag: 13 umbrellas: 2 pairs gloves: 1 key: 2 •*
-cipty pins: ] coat hanger; J list of namps: 1 pin
"Jerusalem." Oct. 2»-j» packages; 2 pursps: 1
cold medal and watch: 6 umbrellas: 1 hand grip:
1 bor>k uchonl tickets; 1 sn'<shaof-: 1 box candy:
, 1 card case: 1 canvas casp containinng tiroams:'l
box cigars: 1 pair spectacle*; 2 knives; 1 basket
Oct. 30—7 packegpe; 2 nurses: 1 glove: 1 gold
spring: 1 key: i umbrella: 1 picture: 1 fnr. 1
hand grip. Ncv. S-β packages: 17 umbrellas; 2
pairs gloves: 3 pairs spectacles; 1 grip: 1 ear
ring. Nov. 4—4 packages: 1 comb: 2 umbrellas:
1 book: 1 sack «f tprra cotta pipe. Nov. 5—4
parkages: 2 purses: 2 suitcases; 1 key: 1 quart
nipssure; 1 watch: 1 cuff link: 1 chpek hook: R
umbrellas: 1 hat: 1 roll advertising banners; 1
ho.T candy: 1 key: 1 hammer: " hand bags. Nov.
6—♦ packages: 1 pur«o: 2 jrrip«: 1?, umbrella*: 1
roll music: 1 pair gloves; 1 roll plans: 1 hat: 1
011 coat: 1 pair shops: 1 cijrar case: 1
envelope; 1 veil. Nov. 7—4 packages 1 baml bag:
12 umbrellas. 1 umbrella cover: 1 cuff link: 1
pair Rimctaclpu: 1 wallpt: 1 nccktlp; 1 envelope:
1 medal: 1 wicker crip: 1 roll plans: 1 book: 1
but. Nov. S—2 packages; U pnrsesj: 1 vanity
box: 1 grip: 14 umbrellas: 1 hook; P roil mass
zlrips: 1 comb: 1 carppnter's square , : 1 ileroi.ionn
containing wine; 1 bundle of papers. New f> ~9
pnekasres: 3 purses; IS umbrellas: 1 rule; 1 "watch
fob. 2 grips: 1 brooch: 1 Gripping bag; 1 fur:
2 hoTPs shplls: 2 small hroon
For NO and can be obtained hy owner at SAN
I FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RML
j WAYS, eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH <\V.
and EAST FOURTEENTH ST., OAKLAND: Nov
I—Pr. shoe*: belt: telescope basket eontainins
clothing. Nov. 4—Umbrpilas:' purse; pke. of
biscuit. Nov. s—Parse; urrbrplla: glovps; notice
book. Nov. 6—Gloves; rubbers: umbrella. Nov.
7—Child's hat; pkg. paper: 2 luncii baskets;
bntcner's steel: umbrellas: purse. Nov. 9—Um
brellas; pkg. lady's clothing: 2 pulleys; comb;
i luncii basket: pkg. of velvet: box of cigars. Not.
10—Watch fob: gloves: umbrellas: purse: over
coat: sack of clothing. Nov. sult
cvw, pair glasses; book; roll of tape; pins: box
of ncorns; pure*. Nov. IX—Bal tease; lamp
black: 1 plate; tax receipt. No«. 14—Umbrella;
lumber: book. Nov. 15—Lady's cost; Innch bas
kpt-; purse: lady's muff: eaibrelte. Nor. i<v—
Umbrella: Jacket; knife: haskPi. Nov.'l7—x:nn
breila. prayerbook: pair lady's gloves: FHtcliel.
FOT'ND and can h» obtained by nwti»r at
POLICE DEPARTMENT. HALL OF JtSTHE,
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS.: Oct. 20—
Pair of glass, found in Goiden Gate park. Oct.
24—Bunch of keys, found in Mission st. between
Eighfpentli and Nineteenth: Oct. 26 — Silver
spoons, found in Sfeiner st. bptn-ppn Ellis and
Eddy. Oct. 28^—Checkbook on Bank of Califor
nia, found at ferry building. Oct. 29—Shipping
receipts, found at Davis and Pacific streets
Oct. 31—Set of false teeth, found at Battery
street and Broadway. Nov. I—Bag1 —Bag containing
cooking utensils, etc.. found at ferry building.
Nov. 2—Anto lump, found at Hayes and Devisa
dero streets. Nov. 4—Badge of toe Pacific Hu
mane society, found on street; umbrella, found at
Haigbt and Scott streets; coat and hat. fmind in
rear of 121 Jordan avenue. Nov. 7—Yellow
metal bracelet, found at Fulton and Shrader
streets.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. NORTHERN DISTRICT. TWENTIETH
ST. am! MACDONALD AY.. RICHMOND. CAL.:
Oct. 19—Cap: suitcase. Oct. 20— Buggy whip.
Oct. 21—Child's hat: purse. Oct.> 22—Telescope.
jet. 24—Rcll of plan's. Oct. 25—Umbrella;
i lady's belt: package: umbrella. Oct. 27—Purse.
j Oct. 2S —Two «mbre!las: lunch box. Oct. 29 —
i Pair of overalls. Oct. 30— Package. Oct 31—
i Package overalls Nov. I—Shawl.1 —Shawl. Nov. 2—
Suitcase: umbrella. Nov. 3—Umbrella. Nov. 4—
Lunch box. Nov. s—Suitcase containing soap
samples; umbrella: Miitcase; umbrella; lady's
bracelet. Nov. 6—Two umbrella*: lady's gloves
FOUND and can be oDtained by owner at
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL.
' WAYS. WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY-FIRST
: ST. and TELEGRAPH AY.. Oakland: Oct. 30 —
I Brooch pin found on street. Nov. I—Child's cloth- ,
I ing. lunch grip. Nov. 2—2 umbrellas; patr gent's
i gloves; lunch basket. Nov. 4—Pair steel rim
eyeglasses. Nov. 5—2 umbrellas; lunch grip; can
of nails. Nov. 6—Small puree; student's grip.
Nov. 7 —Breastpin; lady's handkerchief contain
ing money: gold locket, heart shape, with mono
gram: 2 umbrellas, found on street; small knife.
LOST —Diamond end ruby fraternity pin. en
graved "Bert Perks, Springfield, 0.." either et
White House, Grant ay. or on Market et. car
to ferry. Finder return to 2315 Telegraph ay.,
Berkeley, and receive reward.
ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
maining on hand r.t THIRD and TOWSSIND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO. uui-allc«t for: Oct. 27—
Glove: pkg. clothe*. Oct. -2—Hat. Oct. .3—
Overcoat; vaiise.
LOST— Sunday. * black lian.l ta.c; owner's cai'C
iusidi , ; rcturu to _COl Laguau at.; reward.' '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912,
LOST AND FOUND
Coattni wed „.,.,-,„
IF YOU LOKE ANYTHlNG—Advertise It].
I here. It will be returned to you if an hoc-,'
! est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries i|
J are brought about every day tnrongh these',
! columns. ! i
I IP YOTT FIKD ANYTHING i
I ,' BRING IT TO THE <!
II! SAN FRANCISCO CALL ' • Ji
I !i LOST AND FOUND BUREAU. j
!> THIRD AND MARKET STREETS. i|
(' Get a claim cheek. Hare It advertised, i
I i| Reclaim It if the owner doe* not.
', THE LAW—People who find lost article*,'
j> ere interested in knowing that the state law,|
i> is strict in requiring them to seek the own- 1 ,
([ere. . through advertlse'ient and otherwise, |.
Sand that fall are tb -<o so. if proof can be)
! J shown, involves a *«vere penalty. j
FOUND on train and ferry end can be obtained
Iby owner at SAN' FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
i TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM, KEY
, ROUTE PIER TERMINAL, OAKLAND: Oct.
i 21) —Roll niosie; 5 utntyellae; pocket memo.; key;
■ Kiiifrht Templar cbarm; blue beads: blu° shirt.
Oct. SO—Pair shoes; umbrella; pke. nails: 3 pair
gloves: pkg. sock* and envelopes: pkg. 2 boxes
i(2 pair) shoes. Oct. 31—Single glove*: folding
j kodak; fob seal (seal raissine): pkg. pamphlets
I (cremation); pair eye glasses: pkg. switch: pkg.
pair shoe*. Nov. 1 and 2—Lunch satchels:
roll of music; book: child's glove; 3 umbrel
las; pkg. gent's garter*; roll of Coast Sea
man's Journal; sweater: bead handbag; pkg.
envelopes; pkg. lubricant: roll typewriting ex
erciser : pkg. stationery. Nov. 2—Painter* torch;
! roll blueprints; telephone data: 11 umbrellas;
I cardesse: box candy; pkg. collars; daybook;
j clergy certificate transportation; sample wallet,
1 plumber; commute; pkg. (sample asbestos roofing. |
j Nov. 3—Show posters; handbag; fl umbrellas; j
j roll California Highway Bulletin. Nov. 6—Book
1 astronomy; 13 umbrellas: satchel overalls; lunch
I grip; gold peal ring; pair rubbers; commote;
book chemistry: 2 sample wallets. Nov. 4-u —
I TtnbreHas: commute: civil code; 2 pair gloves;
] tennis racquet; book; pkg. hose menders: cap
; fountain pen; pkg. pair trousers. Nov. 7 —17
umbrellas; pkg. applications: roll brown paper
j plan; cane; key: pk?. box containing doU; pkg.
burlap: shoes; single glove. Oct. 31—5 pkgs.; 2
purses: key; 3 grips; 2 suitcases: 2 handbags;
earring; 2 pair spectacles; pair gloves; 2 books;
net bag; necklace. Nov. I—41 —4 packages; purse;
handbag; 4 umbrellas; glove; 2 books; doll; 3
! letters; fob: 2 hand grips: overcoat: telescope
basket. Nov. 2 —6 packages; 2 pur>es; 14 um
brellas; pair gloves: 2 handgrips; watch: hand
bag; bank book: basket; 2 books; pair spectacles.
! Nov. o—3 books; pkg. pair robbers; purse; pair
i cloves; commute; belt: pkg. electric lights; green
J bottle smelliug salts; cane; 4 umbrellas; hood
I veil; browii leather document case; overcoat
! Nov. 10.—Pkgr. towels and papers; pair gloves:
J 7 umbrellas; gofd cap of fountain pen: craven
! ette: 2 books. Kov 12—Umbrella: pnrse: leath-
I er rolKi corsets): pkg. 2 boxes underwear: pair
I gloves. Nov. 14—Spectacle case; 13 umbrellas:
l pair gloves: pkg. seeds; pkg. 2 bottles medicine;
lady's small handbasr: tsmall envelope tickets:
bracelet. Nov. l"i—Umbrella: pipe: portfolio of
music: paper sack: c hats: anatomy and note
book: 7 wooden blocks tied together.
FOUND on train and ferry, and can be ob
tained by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAK
LAND TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYS
TEM. KEY ROUTE PIER TERMINAL, OAK
LAND: Nov. I—Two1 —Two lunch satchels; roll tnnsle;
book; child , * glove: 3 umbrellas: pkg: gent's
, garters; roll Coast Seaman's Journal; sweater;
bead handbag; pkg. envelopes; pkg. lubricant;
I roll typewriting exercises; pkg. stationery. Nov.
2— Painter's torch; roll blueprints; telephone
data; 11 umbrellas: cardease; pke. box candy;
pkg. collars: daybook: clergy certificate; trans
portation; sample wallet, plumber; commute;
pkg. sample asbestos roofing. Nov. 3—Show
posters; handbag; 6 umbrellas; roll California
Highway Bulletin. Nov. 6—Book of astronomy:
7 umbrellas; satchel overalls; lunch grip; gold
seal ring; pair rubbers; C umbrellas; commute;
book chemistry: 2 sample wallets. Nov. 4-5—
Umbrellas; commute: civil code; 2 pair glove*;
tennis racquet; book: pkg. hose menders; cap:
I fountain pen: pkg. pair trousers. Nov. 7—IT
umbrellas; pkjr. applications; roll brown paper
plan; cane; key: pkg. box containing roll; doll;
pkg. barlap: pkg. shoes; single glove. Nov. 8—
Ten umbrellas: bankbook; puree with rings; 2
hooks. Nov. 11—Gold ring; roll blank proposals
for sewer work; pkg. angle rule: commute: um
brella. Not. I&—Pkg. sweater; 2 pipe wrenches:
commute; roll music; sinitle glove; pkg, box
cake; pkg. towels; 5 umbrellas; pkg. telephone
book: pkg photo negatives (glass); pkg. pair
shoes. Nov. Iβ —Small Gladstone bag: seal
purse; envelope socks: gold pin with initials:
book; commute; 3 umbrellas; pkg. apron; silver
ring: commute in case. Nov. 17—Single glove;
purse: pkg. sweater: white painted purse baud
bag; black jiocket mem. book.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD, OAKLAND PIER: Oct. 20—Overcoat:
pkg. of clothing; bundle of papers: pkg. of
shoes; book; lunehbox: pair gloves; brown grip;
checkbook. Oct. 30—Pkg. clothing: pkg. cloth;
cent's photograph; pkg, hardware: box clothing.
Nov. 3—Pkg. elotbiag: soft hat; kodak No. 3A;
suitcase; 2 planes; pkg. canvas: book. "Lorna
Doone." Nov. 4—Pkg. clothing; box shoes;
i woman's coat; suitcase. Nov. s—Alligator grip;
!>kg clothing: bundle canvas: overcoat: woman's
bat: brown purse; pkg. (miscellaneous); pair of
shoes; bundle foreign letters; overcoat; muffler;
feather boa; fur coat; pkg. carbon paper; grip;
' price book: sledrfe hammer. Nov. o—Gent's coat: I
pkg. polish; pkg. ciotb; brown grip: brown fur; |
black grip: bundle papers; felt hat. Nov. 7 —
Gent's troupers: brown fur; raincoat; plume for
hot. Nev. B—Brown grip: overcoat: pkg. cloth
ing. Nov. 9—Shoes and jumper; tan grip; enit
citfo: woman's sweater: raincoat: overcoat; tin of
canned goods: i»kg. cloth; carpetbag. Nov. 11—
β-ltemw; v>\\ blankets: roll (drawing): lady's
hanilbag: pkg. clothing: pke. shoes: book: um
brell.i. Nor. 12—Bundle of bedding; overcoat:
efctld'e red cost: pkg. hardware: notebook:
woman's back comb. Nov. 13—Pkg. clothing;
towel: spectaclps. Nov. 14.—Black fur; geo
graphy book: pkg. clothing: woman's breastpin:
' gray overcoat: 2 suitcases: black cardcasc.
i LOST property at S. V. O. T. Ry.. Hat st.
and Telegraph ay.. Western Dist.. Oakland.
• Cal. Oct. 20—Sunshade Oct. 21—Pair overalls,
meeh purse (Dime engnved on outside). Oct.
22—Music roll (piano), umbrella. Oct. 23—AUI
■ gator handbag. Oct. 24—Matting hand basket,
steel rod with rubber cover, pair gold rim eye
i classes, blue scarf, lady s black purse, door key,
. lady's black purse: sweater: saw: shoes. Nor.
: £—Ont's glasses; heart flinped plu; silk -gloves.
; Nov. »—Handbag.; umbrella; baby hood; 2 um
-1 brellas. Nov. 11—Small purse. Not. 12 —Lady's
classes: rosary beads: purse. Nov. lj—-Coni-
I Mnation breastpin. I. O. O. F.. K. of P. and
I Eastern Star. Not. 14- Umbrella: stickpin:
J htOPh basket. Not. 16— 2 fans: shswl strnp.
ARTICLES lost on tl.o COAST DIVISION re
l raaining on lisnd at THIRD nnd TOWNBENP
[ STS.. S.VN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Nnv. 8—
j Book; charm: gold pin. Nov. 9—-Camera; pai»
i rubbers; umbrella; chain and locket. Nov. 10—
Pillow: coat: straw bat; pair gloves; lady's
[ coet: photograph. Nov 11 —Coat. Nov. 14 —Box
I !hushrooin«.
FOUND ami ran be obtained by owner at
■ CALIFORNIA ST CABLE RAILWAY, CORNER
; HYDE and CALIFORNIA sts.: Oct. 1 to 5-1
: bible, 1 alligator handbag. I lady's glove, 1 la'iy'*
1 veil. 1 bottle listerin». 1 pair baby's gloves, 1
small red puree. 1 small black ourse, 1 checkbook
Wells Fargo Nevada National bank.
• LOST- Small for iWC-pieM , *-, either in or In front
i of Una*' Msrkft street storft: liberal n»
-: naii) if r'lnnifil to H»"_'. r > Gondii St.. ;ipt. 8. j
• LOST— November 13. lady's srol«l bre*Stpin: 2 ■
' leaves joined with small red stnn ,, ; reward.
Rptnru to T.'i.' , . β-aefen st. j
' LOST—Sunday, at I-oboe *«}UHri\ Riiver watch*
; engraved "A." liberal reward if wtume. to
f I.VHi Jackson etrwrt.
s LOST Silver vanity box. Initials M. C XV.. la
dlos' dressing room, ferry bide. Upward. 1287
' 3d hv.. Sunset.
'• LOST—GeM wat'li and fob: Lillian written
arrow) face. L. KELLY, 142 Juniper ft.;
Mfct. .".KM; reward.
: LOST—Golden ''haln. wrapped in tlssuo psner.
) in Market st. Return to 1-JO 20th ay.. Rirb
; mond. Reward.
'. LOST -Sunday. Nor. 17. gentleman/* watrhfob.
initials ('. is. R. Return t> 1265 FO-MOi .-t.;
reward.
'♦The Paper of Authority" In Sen
Francisco and California Is The
fall. •
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE— Tli*> Call will not knowingly print, ille.
» gltimate advertisements. If any reader inn
furnish information that any advertisement In
r this column is not Ifjtitiinstc send It to The
; Call In confidence, and If found correct the nd
vpr?is<»ni<»rit wilt be disr-ontiniied.
! A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
All diseases cured: strictly confidential; con
sultation free: hours 10-8. Sundays 10-5. DRS.
, CHAN & CHAN HERB CO.. 1916 Sutter st.
101 POST ST.. R. 202—DAILY. 10 A. M. TO 9
T\ M.. ELECT. TUB VAPOR HERB BATHS
EASTERN MASSEUSE AND MANICURE.
■ AA—WIGS, toupees, 1809 Fillmore 6t. C.entle
[ moil's flept.. C 271 California. Est 1866. G.
: LEDKBER. Mr. I/ederer in charge. Work guar.
! MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
ment; Vun's Mexican bair restorer: select pat
ronage only. 213 O'Farrell St.. S. F.. office 5.
\ GERMAN rmrsn wishes a few more engagements
\ for massage, manual or vibratoryi Nauhelm
bath. e2C Hyde st. between Geary and Post.
1 MRS. STE.WART. mass.; elec. and rib. treats, for
rheum, and nerves. 1122 Mrkt.. opp. 7tb, r. 8.
; MRS. ANDREWS, professional purse, masseuse;
physician's references. 723 Turk et.; hours 12-7.
• LOUISE PASCO. eastr-rn massage and vih.
trpatmopt - Rtn - - 11 - Ellis St.; hrs. 10 to 10.
i MISS O'BRIEN has Just returned from the east
i with her new scientific treatment. 2022 Sutter.
1 UP* TO DATE bath massage parlors; elec. vibra"
treat, amoved from 1012 Ftllmore to 727 Geary!
' FRANKLIN Electric Institute, 535-538 Whitney
L bldg.. 133 Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
I STEAM and dry hot air baths for colds and
r rheumatism: manicuring. 1114 Devisadero st.
• HOT salt water bsths. alcohol, oil trestmente.
423 15th st.. Oakland. Private; no sign.
• MISS WERNER—Chiropody and massage; elec
trical treatment. 1507 Fillmore st.; cars 20-21.
■ MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse; face and scalp treat
ments. .'J4 KHie St.. rru. 310; hours 1-10 p. m.
: CORTSE—Thermit) bafbs, *rr,t plow, cleo rib.
DIG Vaa Ness ccr. Ellis, suite -"Oo* bis. 31 10.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
____ Continued ' ]
MISS BELL, graduate njaswwe: Its. fun. 12-5;
daily, 10-0. 407 Westfcank bldg., SCO Market st. §
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT- '
ME NTS, lotto MISSION ST.. ROOM 55.
' MIPS »F « ROGERS, late of Chicago, masseuse— *
M Scalp treatment. Room 301. 34 % Ellis j st. ■
DRUGLKSS method—Chimoratic. dietetic, elec. •
Mi light ! cab.: j hr.o /s 10-9. 1415 , Far.;; tel. W r . 8915. '
TUB ; and steam i bathe; I massage j treatments < and •
manicuring. ;325 ; 3d st.. apt. C. nr. Market. §
GERMAN herb capsule for women: no operations. ;
1524 Pacific aT.. Alameda. Bay «tation. . . .
MASSAGE by trained nurse; refined patrons only.
1437 Buchanan et.; hours. 12 to 9. _____ '.
ELECTRIC face and scalp I treatment. 1794 Bnt
ter st.: honrs 10 to 10. . • .
TPTNELL bath parlors. 949 Webster 6t. nr. Me- J
A Ulster. Hours. 10 to 10.
, PERSONALS .-. : [
' IMPORTANT
Wnnted—The i| address S« of any SOLDIER or
OFFICER who served in Co. E. 11th Beg., •
111. Vol. Cay.. any time i durin* the ; period I from f
: Mar., J11864, % to 3 Sept. , * 30. 1*65. ; Communicate 1
with MRS. NRELAND, headquartera VF.TER- ,<
} ANS* HOMF. of Cal., 333 Kearny St.. S. F., %
room 508. care jB. J. Scovllle. ; - ' "£%£ *
. Want f IMPORTANT I of ? JOSEPH £ C.' \
Wnntefl—The present adrtrees of JOSEPH C. •
BREWER, who served in Co. E. llth Rear. I!!. I
Vol. Car., during - the civil war. ; Left r Pacific '.
branch. Nations*] home, on June % 26. 1912. !
j Communicate with MRS. NEF.LAND. Veterans' I
Home office. 333 ; Kearny St.; San Francisco, Cal. |
THE 1 sheriff of ■ San | Mateo \ county would \ like Ito >
commnnicate with $ all j persons who were 1 hunt- j
~ ing or gathering mushrooms on the Sllva ranch i
opposite Tanforan racetrack near Jersey farm I
on » Sunday, . November i 3. 1912. the I day Marine |
.* Aubry was kilted. Address jair information to ;
gJ H. MANSFIELD, Redwood City. .
ANY one knowln* address of MISS RDN'AWAL- 1
m, LACE, formerly sof « Marysville, Cal.. pleas* *
write box 1470. Call office.
FRF.R INFORMATION bi'REAU concerning !
; British f Columbia s lands. 398 Monadnock bldg. .
JNFjbRMAfi6N}WA^
PARTIES that witnessed automobile accident at
■ Powell ; and '. Sntter sts., November 17, about* "■
7:45 p. m., will confer a favor by notifying
;■■ Alfred G. Hagerty, post office box ; 764, city. \
GERMAN Lutheran 35. with own home and *
' x steady . position, wishes l acquaintance ;of< a ■ Ger- '.
- man girl, not « over 33: | object i matrimony. * Ad- '
dress C. C. KARL, Hay ward P. 0., general de
livery. :. ,- ■ ■ , 1
YOUNG man !of; 25 S would * like f the | acquaintance :
;,*.; of respectable lady; object ' matrimony. , J Ad- $
dress box 1280. Call office. '.
MARRY—Thousands : tired living ! alone: ! all I ages; l I
:; call ;or .. write. MRS. R. HYDE. 2677 Mission. ; !
PARTIES wishing to marry, call or write MRS. f
: MILL' 2209 Sutler, st.: details 25c. "" ;
: ;; ; jj'.j : y CLAIRVOYANTS ': .:
CONSULT PRINCESS ZORADIA. the genuine :
;r l-'gyptlan clairvoyant; she can tell yon exactly !
what yon called for: gives names, dates, facts; >]
• she ■ has jno j equal; ! Ella Wheeler Wilcox 't says: :
: "All Interested in occult science ' should see this ■
;■-■; gifted woman." . Special ~~ reading, 50c: hours ,
10-9; ; closed - Sunday. ; 1 1543 Fillmore ust near
Slitter. n :> ■:;/- -~ f , ;
AA— : 'j PROF. J. E. SHAW. , ;■.:■.;,.-•.. ■•--. rf.l '
Genuine ,- clairvoyant, true and ' reliable, tells • full ■
::'. names, gires advice on love, marriage, divorce. I
"' business : patents, changes, deaths, wills, f deeds; '.
->•; removes " evil influences, reunites separated. ' «s : Z
~ Readings 50c. 2.> Third st.. next to Hearst bldg. \
MISS ZEMDAR. yon?, gifted clalr. 1 and '• palmist; <
a. wonderful J pronhetess: * hours J10■; to 1 10: i ladles ' I
50c, gentlemen $1. 1106 Devlsadero near Turk.
MME. LEONIHA. jalralsl, cards, clairvoyant; »'
honest lings; mines specialty. 948 ■' Mc
i. Allister st. i' i , ' ■ -\:[
ASTROLOGY
_
MISS STARR, j antrologist, reads yonr full life
":-■ scientifically. :»» 555 Eddy st.. Eagle apartments. ~
■; ;- r SPIRITUALISM " ; -
AA—MKS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance median): eon- *
f Fultntion $1 at her home. 1184 O'Farrell: bf
'-': letter. 4 : question?, $1. Phone I;, Franklin 8722.' I
ORDAINED spiritual team* medium; cards, KOe;
,':. penern! , advice, $1.00; daily .'• 1705 Devisadero. "
cor. Sutler. .' is.tv ~->■•• . '
I MRS.Pjr,7.II. KINNAIRD. ord.; con. daily. 10-4; ! I
- cir. only Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. S p.m. , 1439 Fillmore. J
_ DEAFNESS AND CATARRH
: STEAM herb treatment free, only *' treatment
v- that i; really *i cures catarrh, deafness. bron- ;
•!-? chitis, asthma; J one i treatment ; cures a cold jor \
;;■■. La r Grippe ■ for * $2: ;we ' cure : catarrh iof head, ' »
.■.> kidney, ; hlaflder. .?, liver, s piles, eye. * scalp k and •'
. hair ", diseases: sstnnie by mail ■ 10c: tno j cure, ■
-. no pay. -; HERB \ REMEDY CO.. 935 ; Market ; st.
DENTISTS
DR. i IRA G.r LEEK—AII i kinds -~f J dental , work. 5
;i,~ 517 Fillmore ; «t. near Oak.» J " . ;; "S
\ PHYSICIANS
'-'■* *■ ■■ ■- ■"- ■■■' ■* ■■ -"-■■- -•- ■■■=-- .=-■■• r•: . ,
-;',■■'-*• A SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN ;
, -• Reliable jrrH'lnate physician: sure and quick re- *
sults: no ■ detention | from home or occupation; | an
tiseptic . ami ■ painless: consultation ; free. sir Room i S, ' «
1025 Market, bet. 6th and 7th: brs. 10-4. 6:30-9. \
DISEASES men and women specialty; physician- i
snrjreon. PENN DRUG CO.. 123 3d t 5t. ,.,. ; f;
- MEDICAL I
VALPEAU'S female I pills; 1 best regulating pills 5
.•;•.; sold: price , $2.50- by express: S .Tener S syringe ,
1 and i taMets, price $S, by express only on S re
ceipt of % price. v OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole- ;
; ; sale . druggists, 7th and Broadway, Oakland.
STAMMERING
STAMMER? Method of cure explained FP.BB.
?;s M. L. HATFIFLD. 191R Grove. Oakland. C*l. I
! CATARRIiJiNE^DEAFNE^^
EAR noises positively f cured: new: antiseptic: 1I , !
. w»eV .; free ito \ convince. PR. COTTINGHAM , . \
, expert ; e»r. now. throat. ! 821 , Market, nn. 405. , ;
INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of ' Eames -'.
tricycle chsir. '■.'; 1714 Market st.; tel. Park 2940. ,
MATERNITY HOMES^
ST. MA A RETS Maternity Home—Oonflnement
: specialty; adoption; j special treatment for all j
_ female troubles. 341 East 14th st.V Oakland.
S. F. LYING IN HOME, 1191 J Oak 1 et.—Adoption.
Dr. Lord. res. phy.; confmt. $25. S Mrtt. 1 4489.
SHEPHERD'S MATERNITY ; SANITARIUM, 1707 j
13th av.";s Oakland: rates 1 reasonable. "
'__ TRUSSES , .-., ;
CLARK. GANDION CO.. exclusive truss, elastic '
. hosiery, braces, ; etc.; lady .? aid. 1108 Market;
_DOOj4/VD CAT HOSPITAL^
8. F. Dog-Cat * Hosp.. 1371 ? Fnlton ; near Broderlck; ; !
: animals treated, board: ambulance. West 8312.
'
KANATARIUM FOR SALE.
The largest thoroughly equipped sanatarinra In
i California; S modern I buildings, furnished: S every *
I known 1 convenience: occupies 585 1 acres iof J land;
location and climate ; very I best; established and \
ready for business: a bargain for $60,000.
D. E. BESECKER. 628 Pacific bldg., S. F.
CARPET CLEANING
Sa F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 397
Sutter St.; phone Kearay 5832 (BLUE WAGON). ■■
—Carpets, rugs quickly.* thoroughly cleaned \on ;
£4 floor without removal; estimate free.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST CLEANING. 3c YD.; '
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS.,
M 1865 % HARRISON ST. Phone 1 MARKET 2-6-2. j
WHEN I you I become 1 disgusted f with poor I work.
tm send s your f carpets sto% J. SPAULDING &CO., t
353 Tehama j st. igj Douglas j 3084; Home f J2347,
AA—NATIONAL Carpet Beating Works. Hamp- \
ton jft j Ballly. 344-348 \ Cnnrcß \ st. Market j 180. ' |
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations, ren-
IS ovating, laying aj 550 Devtsadero: ph. Park 569. ;
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT , 16.-.7 FILLMORE ST. '•■•■• V.,~: a-
STORAGE and MOVING VANS
WILSON 1 BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, moving, j
M packing, shipping. Removed ato 1 1636 J Market ?
et. near ( Balght; phone Park 271. ,
BEKINS VAN AND « BTOBAGE COMPANY— j
m Fireproof g warehouses. IStb M and * Mission * sts.
m. Phone j Market $ 1314. at Home M 131&. I
PIERCK-RODOLPH STORAGE CO., 1450 Eddj j
St.; pboues West 82S. Home S2B2S.
,■•■■'. . . ' • .... ■« . •. ■ ■ *
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, mech..
snrvey, assay, cyanide; day, ere.; estab. 1865. 1
Van der Naillen School. 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
SPANISH. FRENCH. ENGLISH. Italian. Latin , ,
PROF. DX FILIPPE. graduate Pariii. Madrid;
prepare* for Universities. 1712 Bush St.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory,
after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
FIRK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 Shattuefc ay.. i
Berkeley. Cal.. room 4. Wright block. fc
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Clans
Spreckels (Call* building: phone Kearny 4151.
__J^SINESS^OLLEaES_
HF-ALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil, •
Electrical. Mining. Architectural; day. «yen-
Ing; established 180.3. 425 McAllister at.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 908
Market et. opp. sth—Day and evening session*.
ALL reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh .
Business College. 12.16 Market et.
ADVICE FBEE—No charge unless successful; all
cases, all business quickly and quietly attended
to; bankruptcy: genera! practice; open every
evening. 1028 Market ft., room 12. !
HARRIS * HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hees,
notary publle. Rftoin 709 Hearst bnilding.
ARTHUR L. SLEE. registered patent atty. and
mechanical expert; U. S. and foreign patents •
tollcfted; Invention perfected; promptness and i
accuracy guaranteed; oar mechanical and patent
office drawings can not be equaled. 704-705
Foicroft bldg.. 68 Post st.; tel. Douglas 157. •
DEWEY. BTRONG ft CO.—Founded 1S60; U. S.
and foreign patents; inventors' guide; 100
mechanical movements free. 011-916 Crocker ■
building, San Francisco. -
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examlmr U. S. patent office; •
U. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
H. C. SCHROEDKR. patent, trademark attorney. •
417 First National Bank building. Oakland.
COAST NOVELTY CO., 2108 15TH ST.—TOOLS,
DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK. !
HENRY KROECKEL notary public, 460 12th st.
at Broadway; phone Oakland 1103, or residence.
Pied. 6237. Oakland. ;
FURS
AD. KOCOUR. reliable furrier; repairing, remod
eling; dyeing at popular price*. 222 Monadnock
bldg.; phone Douglas 3023.
STEELE'S button works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason; ph.
Franklin 4521 and C 4521; mall orders solicited.
_JPJRJBSSM_AK!Na
MME. GRANGIER, PARISIAN MODISTE— Even
ing and street gown*; also remodeling. 1500
Post et.. NW. cor. Octaria; tel. West 8725.
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery ScbooI;
evening classes; patterns cut to order.- 121
Geary at. near Grant ay.: Douglas 5731.
MME. MADELEINE—ARTISTIC GOWNS; re
modeling; stout ladles a specialty. 1615 Polk.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay
and East.l2th St.. Oakland; phone Merrltt 518.
HAIR GOODS
NORMANDIE HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
CIAL REDUCTION for (switches, puffs, etc.,
dur. Nov. and Dec. 2067 Sutter st.; West 8783.
A A A—DOUGLAS 3532. Home C 4665; best Japa
nese, Chinese, Filipino help; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 621 Grant ay.
AAA—WEST 1731. 52615
Japanese and Chinese employment office.
T. TAMURA & CO.. 1612 Lagnna st.
C. D. KINNEY, Chinese employment bureau,
successor to J. Coun. Phone Douglas 3162.
755 Clay St.
STAR Kmp. office—Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 1610 Geary; tel. West 167. 52700.
HORI & CO.—Beet Japanese and Chinese help of
all kinds. 1711 Post St.: West 2503. 52803.
ALL kinds of help furnished with carp, dispatch.
West 5688—OSCAR HATSUMI—ISI3 Geary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
FEMALE
A first class, reliable dressmaker, specialising in
tailored suits and gowns, has ability in creat- L
Ing latest styles, wishes to establish steady
trade among a few customers; alterations a
specialty; experienced fitter; work guaranteed.
MRS. HANNAH HOLMES. 14S8 Pine »t. near
Polk: phone Franklin 9447.
A YOUNG woman of reOnement. with some
training as a nurse, wishes to give her serv
ices in the capacity of nurse or maid to lady
or grown child requiring, care; best of city
references. Address Nurse. 1173 Filbert et.
nr. Hyde.
ACTIVE young woman desires positlou; Rood
cook and housework or assist; $2.50 a week;
city-or conntry; fare paid. Box 1267. Call.
C-OMPKTENT ladies' maid wishes position; city
or country; or sowing by the day. Bor 1408,
Call office.
COMPETENT cook wishes position family of
adults; wages month. Box SOl9, Call
office, 1657 Fillmore st.
COMPETENT laundress wants washiDg and Iron
ing by day; $2.10 per day. Phone West 7068;
call 6 to 7, evenings.
COMPETENT cook, lately from east, wants
work, small hotel, boarding boose, camp; city
or country. 429 Fulton et.
FIRST CLASS shirr waist saleslady wishes posi
tion; local references. MRS. SPRING. 150 oth
st.; phone Market 1308.
JAVANESE school girl wants position near 1783
Itaight and Slirader st. Phone Park
LACE enrtains laundered by n wmrtan who does
first class work, 35 cents a pair and up. MRS.
RAY. ::527 18th St.. phone Mission 515.
NURSE, who has had hospital training, wishes
position to take care of sick convalescent,
, city or country. Address. NUR.tE, 420 Fulton.
STENOGRAPHER. S years' exper'ence electrical
rnilroad. etc., dictaphone operator, desires posi
tion: references. Box 1410, Call office.
TWO friends want positions together in private
family; one Is good cook; the other for up
stairs work; are rery respectable and reliable;
city or country. Box 1403, Call office.
WANTED —By an American woman, with eon
15. yeiwn of age, an apartment of 2 or 3
roams in exchange for light janitor work.
Apply ASSOCIATED CHARITIES, 1500 Jack
eon St.
WANTED —By experienced woman, position as
nursery maid: salary $35 a month. Apply AS
SOCIATED CHARITIES. 1500 Jackson st.
YOUNG woman with girl, age 11, wishes houae
work; $20; city preferred. Box 1474, Call.
There la only one Independent
newspaper In San Francisco— The
Call.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
_ MALE
BOOKKEEPER, acct.. 10 years' exp. mfg. and
mere; best refs. G. P. HOI/MAN, Modeato,
Cal. . m
CHOBEMAN who understands gardening, horses,
cows, etc., desires steady position in private
* family; can give the beet of references. Ad
dress box 1438, Call office.
COOK, middle aged, sober roan, wishes place as
lunch cook in saloon or aa cook in email res
taurant; can help at bar. Box 1301, Call.
CHOREMAN wants employment about gentle
man's Dlaee; knows care of horses, cowe, vege
table garden; is willing to be generally useful;
is temperate and reliable: is 58 years old, sin
gle. Address box 1434, Call office.
CHAUFFEUR and gardener wants position: 6
years' experience on automobiles, and under
stands any gasoline car; good references. H.
ANDERSEN. 126 3d st.
FIRST clans Chinese cook wanta a position In a
family; $50 per month; city or country. 74<J
Sacramento St., PON SAM.
FIRST CLASS watch maker wishes steady posi
tion: best of reference*. Box 1216. Call office.
FIRST CLASS baker and confectioner wants a
position. Box 1438. Call office.
FIRST CLASS moving picture operator; can
give a good, steady picture. Address G,
HURST. 180 3d et. Milton house.
FIRST class upholsterer wants work in apart
ments or hotels, by day or contract. Box
1406. Call. . ' -
all round man would like a home In
private family; wages no object. Address box
1489. Call office.
MARRIED man, German, wonld like a position
in blacksmith or machine chop; wages reason
able. Address 435 Corbett ay., S*. F.
MAN and wife desire positions in private sana
torium; wife a graduate nurse, husband 10
years' experience. For particulars write A. F.
Stewart, 2221 Webster st.. San Francisco.
YOUNG man, experienced stenographer, desire*
permanent position. Box 1-435, Call office.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
MAT,E—
MAN and wife, steward, pastry cook, first class
baker, wife competent to take management of
hotel or apartments or dinhic room, want posi
tions in country; best of references. Box 14G1,
Call office.
MAN. 45. temperate, educated, small family,
wants position; watchman, aaything. Box 1142,
Call office. •
PBXJNER and grafter wanted work by contract.
Address P. O. .043. San Francisco.
SOLDIER wishes position as guard or watchman;
lias good discharge. • Box 1415. Call office.
WANTED—Position as operator, motion pictures;
can furnlshnew machine; city or country. Box
H'iS. Call office.
WATCHMAKER, experienced on high grade
watches: permanent position desired. Box
125>>. Call office.
YOUNG man. 2'< years of age. desires position
with opportnnlty for advancement; Is stenoe
rapher. bookkeeper, salesman and all around
man: neat appearing and first class refer
ences: at present employed, but desires change.
Address box 1150. Call office.
YOUNG man. 21. of neat appearance, well ac
quainted with city wishes position et anything:
any wages. Address EP SCHLUETEP.. 24
Balmy Lane. San Francisco. Cal.
YOUNG man. 22 years old. strong, healthy,
good education, wants work of any kind. Box
1387, Can.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—Young or middle aged l»dy to travel
for business bouse; $15 per week, and ex
penses advanced at first class hotels. Apply
room 4. Hotel Oliver, Geary st. nr. Taylor,
after Sunday.
BRIGHT lady to fake chwge of branch office In
S. F. or Oakland: security required. Inquire
202 Blake block. Oakland.
GIRL wanted to work In bakery: apply bet. 7 and
0 a. m.. Tupsday. 19th. 1912. HOME BAK
ERY A CAFE, 3151 16th St.
A younjr girl to work In stationery store; city
reference. Call at 1108 Valencia et.
FIRST class talloress. Apply dress making de
partment. THE WHITE HOUSE.
NURSE girl wanted at 720 Hafght Bt.
STENOGRAPHER wanted; hours 9 to 5; $5 per
week to start. 149 California St., room 521.
WANTED—GirI for housework; 2 la family.
Apply 183 Central ay.
WAXTED—Young waitress, $9 a week. Apply
351 Third street.
TYPISTS for streetcard indexing. Apply Supt's.
ofnee, THE EMPORIUM.
AAA—Telephone operators. Permanent positions
for young women and girls.
Salaries from $1.10 to $3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per day paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building, Pine and Stelner
•ts., San Francisco. Telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to 5 p. m.
AT MRS. C. REID'S Employment office,
835 Market St.. stb floor. Phone Sutter 3168.
Reliable hotel. Institution, cooks.
Girls for housework always at command.
Chambermaid, wait one meal, city, $25 fd.
Exp. stenographer, city office; $50 mo.
Cook, some housewk., small family, city; $3o fd.
Cook, some housewk.. Mill Valley; $30 fd.
Girl, housewk., Berkeley; no washing; $25 fd.
Chambermnld and waiting. Ukiah: ret.; $30 fii.
LADIES and girls to tint pillow tope at home,
$6 to $60 per doz. Experience unnecessary
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASSOCIA
TION. room 33. 927 Broadway. Oakland.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVY P. V. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market St.,
second floor near Empress theater.
GET MARRlKD—Thousands tired living alone:
all ages. Calf or write MRS. HYDE, 2677 Mis
sion.
MALk HELP WANTED
WANTED—Bright, active boy, about 17 years
old, for office work; answer by letter in your
own handwriting, statin© age and previous ex
perience, if any; salary $25 per month. Ad
dress office T. A. SCHILLING & CO., 2d and
Folsom streets.
BOOKKEEPER —First class man; one with lum
ber experience and familiar with customers'
accounts preferred. Box 1289 Call office.
MAN to take charge of branch office in 8. F.,
hire agents: security required. Call 202 BIak«
block. Oakland.
AN experienced furniture porter wanted. 1C
FRIEDMAN & CO.. 209 Post st.
MAN with little cash to run cigar stand on w4ter
front; experienced. 10 Clay Bt.
TYPISTS for streetcard indexing. Apply Supt'e.
office, THE EMPORIUM.
PAINTER wanted at 312 Clipper st. near Noe
and 25th.
A strong man to shovel dirt; apply at 1615 Ala
bama et.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE.
234 Third et. below Howard.
We have opening for 5 more beginners to fill the
place of thowe left for good positions. Do not
be deceived by so called colleges. I.earn tinder
♦ lie Moler system and learn right. We have 4*.
schools in the U. S. A. Call or write for
catalogue.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMKN AND BRAKEMEX
for nearby railroads; $80 to $100 monthly; age
18 to 35; experience unnecessary; no etrike;
promotion to Engineer, conductor; railroad em
ploying headquarters; no charge for assistance
to employment; state age: send stamp for ep
ipllcation. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, box
1042. C3II.
WANTED —Cooks and waiters, bellboys, busboys,
elevator men; male help only; no fee charged;
positions secured free. I am placing men In
positions every day. If you nre looking for
work, come and see me: 1 may be able to place
tou. Apply after fi o'clock at Powell st,
downstairs. See MR. DAVENPORT.
WANTS) FOR U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
married men between ages of 18 and 35; citizens
of United States, of good character and temper
ate habits, who can speak, read and write the
English language. For Information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, OCO Market et., Ska Francisco,
Cal.
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLB, Fifty-seventh and
Adeline sts.. Oakland.
MEN and women to learn barbwiDg; wasres while
learning; see in about tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL, "90 Howard st.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d—200
hard finished rooms: large reading room; hot
water; rooms 25c a day; $1.25 and $1.50 week.
UNCALLED for and second hand shoes, 75c up;
shoes repaired while waiting. 103 Third st.
GET married—Thousands rich, all ages, tired liv
ing alone. Call or write Mrs. Hyde, 2677 Mission.
S^^JHENjU^^
SALESMEN on the new Encyclopedia Britannlca;
positions opep only to men of large producing
ability; with such we will make liberal commis
sion arrangement and furnish leads; big. new
advertising and circularizing campaign now on.
Give full details of experience in application.
Ad. C. E. WOLCOTT. Monadnock bldg.. vS. F.
WAXTED—REAL ESTATE SALESMEN FOR
THE FAMOUS MILLION DOLLAR NICH
OLL-MACDONALO AY. CIVIC CENTER
TRACT IN RICHMOND. SEE BURG
BROS.. 435 13TH ST.. OAKLAND.
SEVERAL experienced newspaper solicitors; none
other need apply. See MR. LEV AN, business
office of The Call, 9 a. m. to noon.
WANTED—Good newspaper solicitor; one with
experience in accident Insnrance preferred.
Apply at 904 Broadway. Oakland.
EASY money for solicitors. 209 Commercial
bldg., S. F. and 202 Blake block, Oakland.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARKER REVOLVING BRACKET
AND STANDING POLES.
Everybody's doing it. Doing what? Improv
ing their biislness by buying a BARKER RE
VOLVING POLE. Over 100 poles .-old In San
Francisco In the last CO days. Sold under a
guarantee and no cost for operation; will run
a day with one winding. Write for catalogue.
Sold pn easy terms.
JAMES BARKER, IXC,
94 TURK ST.
BARBERS —Protect yourself and family la case
of sickness and iv case of death!
Barbers —-"No better opportunity offered. Join
The Barbers' Protective Union (Inc.). organized
Jan. 13, 1878. A benevolent society for barbers.
employers end employes. We pay $10 per week
sick benefit, $250 death benefit. Dues $1 mo.*
For particulars call or write R. Oppenhelm, sr-c,
1457 Octavia et., or W. Baron, employment
ccc. 775 Market st.; phone Kearny SSS4.
FOR sale—Elegantly equipped, 3 chair, paying
shop, transfer corner; transient trade; valuable
lease; good reason for sale; reasouable; this is
worth Investigating if you mean business. 1795
Geary St. corner FHlmore.
DON'T follow the LEADERS; be one of them by
selling HY-KI TONIC to your customers: you
eventually will; why not now? CORDY
HUTCHINSON CO., distributing agents, 126
Turk st.
BARBEUS —Try a Wedg razor. You can't beat
it for a dry hone. It shares smoothly and
does not burn face. Price $1.2-*>: guaranteed.
PACIFIC BARBERS' SUPPLY CO., 962 Mar
ket st.
2 chair outfit for oale cheap. 3012 22d st.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
Con --'
A—CAL. GRINDING v WORKS. Mn/*, '
r barbers- J grinding a s P E fJ. A . L V-V 7O ns
. IGINATORS OF : STRAIGHT EDOb . BA/AM- ;
ANl> PIGSKIN STRAPS. ""'-^ '*■'*'' ,— , v .
BARBERS' Union, local 14R— Regular T ,
■3 THURSDAY. Nor. 21, 1012, ,at 14» 1 Edd) *
'* B. li. • tall; i nominations '" for officer*. _■ _ _
.;>: -. . - •>-'■. ROE H. BAKISR, _gg___
FOR i sale—Country * barter » *hop. * 1 ehaif. «"'th :
-■i- pool j ami t billiard tables; also laundry agency,.
takes la between $40 and $50 per;week,* prle<
:-; I7OQ. Box 1207, Call office. :>^ ■■_- • ~■'''."- ' 1
LEARN barber trade: you get commission while
you learn. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. I<U> 3d st.
WILL sell Jmy 3 chair shop for tne twt ; offer:
cash $600;» nm two: '- wife 3ls !• very sick, ,• miv
changer-climate;! short * hours ; shop- 5.»5 ( la.^
BARBERS' UNION—Free. *mp. agency _" R• FT
;'.BAKER. j>Sec.. , ;96B Market: i tel. . Frank"'* *^3
IF : yotir snop is ■ a bargain. Met \lt with - Seely: 'he
-• fells I only bargains: i see J hi" 1 barber i furniture.
; 894 Hayes St.: phone Park 1242. v >• ...
5i OR AIR • shop 3in heart sof ? hotel • district: - rent
$65; -» good * lease: elegant fixtures; owner Iβ
not a barber; term*. FOSTER. .(-.-■,,■/-- -'.;.
BARPKR wanted, steady; mu«t be : first class "
•! mechanic: no others need apply; jood job to
right man. I<X>4 PoTk st, :■:■-:■■ ~ :- - '-■•■ ;
BEST :, two t chair shop in > city; near Southern
? Pacific depot; lease; :$l5 rent. v>, 437 Tebama.
:' MRP. TOWXSEXP. ; •. ■".■...-■;-.-,■ :--:-'■-•■ - •_-
FOR J sale—Half £ Interest ', In . first .- class i barber
shop: good Blocation,.' near „ Market st. Apply
830 Market at. '^'^*■' -.'
$275 < buys, a good paying '-. barber « shop; ~t shaving
She;;noi opposition. :G.": P. BROWN, Kelsey
vllle. Pal. ■ .-.::.".■'■..::■:■■■ y -.>'■'■ ■_?
FIRST class 1 manicurist. gftod ; reference, barber
11 shop < experience, 7 wishes position. ? Phone . Fkln.
'i: 3320. Apt. 208. •--■■ ■.: ■ r-.:':';■■ r „ .
GOOD barber wants steady Job, city or - roun
".: ; try; S young man; '. must » have . work. - Box low.
; Call office. i.; :. - .v.-:"-.. ;.-. - "■ -. '■■■ _______
WANTED ,a - barber to work . short hours Satur
; ; day. Wednesday and . Saturday evenings. 1006
28th st. ;.-.■:'■ >■'■-■■■■■.... U/U-.- ; -•-*"-•■•_.
I BARBERS- Protective > Union—Employment secre
! tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.: tel. Kearnv 53*4._
I WANTED—To boy *1; or 2 chair ; shop; {. city or
I' ■ country; - state price. Box 1204. Call office- -
WANTED—A first class barber: $16 '• a f'f'V
steady. ;: P. GUSTABOX. Hotel Wllllts. WHI'«M
ROCKSIDE t. removes i the ? plate ; from : any raaor
bone: try it. Ask your barber to supply It ..
THERE Is dancer in using cheap face creams,
■; ours are the best. At BAUER'S, iSft O'Farreir
BARBERS use Dn Font's manee shampoo and get
I:v results. DU PONT MFQ. CO.. 453 Ponglaas.
MEN. ; "; women, ■; learn » the ? barber ' trade; ; wages
, while , learning. ,- ; Moler Barber Col.. ; 234 3d . st.
GOOD barber wants situation; steady, or even- •
ings and Saturday. Bos 1448. Call office.
FOR sale —1 chair shop. $50: on account old age.
l: J. W. C. Barber. Sunnyvale. Cal. J
FOR ; rent—Barber J shop, ? completely furnished.
■■& at Melrose depot. Q. WYMAN. ..> _
WOULD like :to ; exchange my 3 chair • shop for
v shop in j country. t Box ; 1303, Call office.
GOOD ' paying 1 3 chair i shop - for ' sale, 2 5 steady:
, living rooms; terms. r- Box ■ 1083, : Call office.
DO you s want 'a ; hotel barber ebop? $1,300. Bex
129 C Call office. -:., .-':.-■;; S
THREE ,- chair < barber shop ; for sale. 3089 16th
:,' st.- near Valencia. '.
GOOD • barber wanted steady to start today at
681 Clay ( st. • "„\-'.■ • ' "< •
SIX PASSENGER WINTON. IN THB BEST Of
CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST. COB
NEB WALLER. : 1
FIVE - passenger. 6 1 cylinder. 40 hp. - Kline. fnl!» '
equipped, thoroughly i:■ overhauled, : - $1,000; :_ S
White '; steamers, all In first class running; or- :
" der, from $100 to r $400. W. CASWELT.. US
' : Hayee et. ';; :' ". ,'"";vT;' .-...*";.--:" V
WILL sell locomobile very cheap: first class con
: ;• dition. C. ;M. HARLAN. 47-57 Jackson st. :;
■^JWS^
PIANOS %to s buy or J rent; s lowest I figure*: ■: ■•' ea-y
i. terms. STATHAM'S. 24 Hill St.;mr Valencia
■', and 22d, > manufacturers' ', agents. - Tel. ' Missive
j ;'. ■ 4782. Tuning, repairing; factory : prices. "'■;
AA —Will 5 sell f, for I storage . charges, fine ; Koetm. %
-ft 567.50: : Fischer medium upright. $73: etvtawark ,
; $89: others. Whitehead's Storage, 1428 Market^
NEW 1 pianos ; and \ player : pianos rented, lowest
prices: ; visit new bargain room and get bargain
J fist. ■■. KOHLER & CHASE, 26 O'FarreH St. ' ;
C. C. HORNUNG. ' 1240 Market ' St.; - pianf>»
, j rented. $2 mo. and up;, cartage free this wot.
PIANOS to rent; Ino cartage. ,' BYRON MaCZY.
,;; Gold 5 Medal Pianos. 250 Stockton st - :
TYPEWRITERS A SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; ). rebuilt typewriter*
•■>- of all \ descriptions; i expert . repairing; > typewrtt
■•:, ere: Inspected s and j rented; s ribbons ; for t all '■ ma
■{ •, chines; * carbon 'i papers i and •• of flop > supplies. : 307
Bush st.: phone Douglas 4113. Home C 251?».
REBUILT $100 ' Remington ; No. 6 or Smith Pre
mier typewriter No. 2, guaranteed, for $38. $3
per month.' L. 1 & M. ALEXANDER. 512 Mar- '
.;■ ket Bt. ;."- ■' ' ■ -.- --;-'-, ■■ ■■ >?■ -.•■_
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange, 904 Broadway,
Oakland, dealers In > all ? makes of ; typewriters.
SEWING MACHINES
ALL '■ makes sold repaired, rented. MeNALLY.
*. 2664 - Mission - st. •- bet • 22d i. and ■• 23d, Mission
' 202. ; M 3536. 539 16th at San Pablo ay., Oak
■; : / land. > Oakland ; ; 1774.%7,7,;' v; ",-..: .-;. v;.-; .>;-;-' ;
S INSECTS EXTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY *THE IN
« SECTTCIDE t CO.. s 657-609 i Phelan ! , bnilding. ■
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR ; SALE— NEW AND SECOND > HAND carom
.■ and » pocket ; billiard : tables, bowling , alley* i and
: accessories; 1 bar fixtures of all kinds; easy pay- \
- ! ments. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLEN
,■*; DBR : CO.. , 767-769 * Mie*lo»-st.. San % Francisco.
ALL sizes standard 1 water ' pipe i and : screw casing ■
:: in . second band, hot , asphaltnm * dipped; ; guaran
•■ teed as good as new; large stock ready for ; ;
. shipment. > WF.ISSBAUM Pipe Wks.. 137 11th st.
{"■ '*■ SECOND HAND ;> PlPE S'•'•'■•
Largest r dealers ■in standard pipe ■ and screw cas
ing; dipped; prices right; guaranteed first class.
•< PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main and Howard its.
TWO j25 1 ft. lots sin I heart *of ; Stockton; i adjoins
Telephone Co. bldg.; $10,000 will give yon pos
.■; session. Write A. M. : Sanderson, - Fresno. Cal. .
"MOTIOGRAPH" -5 moving '. picture ' machine. 191*
- model HERE. Headquarters, t< EDWARD -. H.
U KEMP. 833 Market , st.. San Francisco. ' -.- ~
COMPUTING V. scale '■- and * meat ? allcer tot: sal* ,
, cheap at 629 McAllister st. w;i. -".v: ■; •:;;
COMBINATION ? pool f and billiard table complete
: for ■ sale -at i»? bis , i sacrifice; Al condition. ; M.
FRIEDMAN ( & CO., 259 Poet tfV.iV.i.-1 ; .
PLUMBING, , gas and steam • repairing done re%
-: ionabiy. Call aor phone 320 Sixth ay.; vi. ,
X; Pacific 1840. .
FOR sale—Carriage and blacksmith tools with
- machinery; - ; will :be sold , for ; Junk. Call 1504
Lombard st^'., ______________________
CASH i registers i bought, cold. , exchanged or ' re
:\ paired. * ROYAL NOVELTx 1 CO.. 604 McAllU
i-_..*.-■.'*-;•'•'- : , .;',ter;.«t.'j':;.;- : ■."'•"- -■':'-•: .•' '■■-."■:'■■• i l^r
NATIONAL electric ticket thrower eaan register,
also detail and total adder; cheap. 579 Me
-, AlHster st. , .. ' .
BLACK I Minorca. Buff. and : White ; Orpington ■ pal
lets. RTANFIELD. 3301 E 14th • St.. ; Fruit vale.
EDISON AGENCY, moTinjr ptctsra maebuifs aad '■■"■
Stereoptieons. GEO. , : BRECK. ;70 Turk st. ;"
feAKKH new i> and " second i 1 hand, > cheaper ■'■: thaa v
-H ever. g THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 126 Fotsorn.
OXY. I acetylene I welding i ontflt for f sale, cheap;
:,•: saves s third gas. .;» Box < 1302. Call i office. 'i •-\ ■■; ,
bAKK—Big ;■ second? band v steel s lined jeweler I
;. safe; j snap. 669 j Mission : St.. ■ below Sα. -
ANGORA 'i kittens ; for ] sale' cheap. : 68S ) 51st * su«
Oakland. . - •* . . ■■ ... • ' ■■'.
WANTS
I UluHEBf 3 prices paid tor 3. gents'j: second a baa 4
■>■ clctbing, MCSIN, 57 Third at; phone Keaxaf
8311. ;: ..;'.;-■•;-' •"; ; ;-:...- ■ t .:' :^^:r , "
DIAMONDS «- pearls, ft bought at highest market «'
prtee; cash SPHUMAN. 133 (learr «♦.. -m. 524
Something for Something
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