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THE^CALL
Address AH Communication* to
THE SAX FKAXCISCO CAM.
Telephone "Kearny S<r*—Auk f.>r The
Call. The Operator Will Connect
You "With the Department Yon Wish.
BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL.
HOOMS. Market and Third Streets.
n until 11 o'clock every night in
■ear.
MaJN CITY , BRANCH, Ifis7 Fillmore
Street near Post.
OAKLAND OFFICE, 904 Broadway.
Telephone Oakland 1083.
ALAMEDA OFFICE. 1435 Park Street.
Telephone Alameda 559.
PERKRLEY OFFICEL 2011 Shattuck
Avenue. Telephone Berkeley 77.
CHICAGO OFFICP:, 902 Marquette
JJiiildinsr. C. Geo. Krogness, Adver
tising- Aprent.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 52 o Brunswick
!dh:«r. J. C. "Wilberding, Adver
tising A^ent.
LQfl AXGELES OFFICE. 1027 "Weet
Twenty-third street. Home phone
22417. William W. Wincup, Agent.
WASHINGTON NEWS BUREAU. Post
RuUdiitg. Ira E. Bennett, Corres?
pondent.
NEW YORK NEWS BUREAU, 516
Tribune Building. C. C. Carlton,
• 'orrespondent.
I'orelun OflJces Where The Call Is on
File:
LONDON". En??.. 3 Regent Street. S. W.
PARIS. France 53 Rue Catnbon
BERLIN, Germany..Unter den Linden 3
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IX SAN FRANCISCO
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The Call will he receired at the fol
lowing- city offices:
Ham & Oswego. 1657 FJllmore street
i*pen until 10 o'clock every night).
Blake's Bazaar. 110S Valencia street.
Regal Stationery Co., 3107 Sixteenth
street near Valencia.
Shapro's, Inc., 1303 Polk street near
Bush.
Parent's Stationery Store, 523 Van Ness
avenue.
Tremayne's. 2200 Fillmore street.
Jacobs Bros., Sixteenth and Market
streets.
Halliday s Stationery Store, 974 Valen
cia street.
Maas' Branch, 302 Dolores street.
Hayes' Stationery Store, 1591 Halgrht
street.
Sunset Bazaar, 1292 Ninth avenue, Sun
set.
Black Cat Store (stationery), 2216
Polk street.
Cosmopolitan Book Store, 3294 Mission
street.
Dolores Pharmacy, corner Twenty
ninth and Dolores streets.
Davis Bros.. 2901 Mission street, corner
Twenty-flfth.
J. F. Hanley, S4l Golden Gate avenue.
Iα Hili. 1415 Jackson street near Hyde.
Morrison's stationery Store, 235 Clement
street.
Frisbee's Pharmacy, corner Diamond
and Eighteenth streets.
P. Hagen, SOO Stanyan street.
R. E. Heinrich. S2 Twenty-ninth street.
McPhee & Son, 1302 Eighteenth street.
Eaton's Bazaar, 298 Devisadero street,
corner Page.
Parkside Grocer, 2001 Taraval street,
Parkside.
R. W. Waxman, 835 Broadway.
Sixth Avenue Bazaar. 610 Sixth avenue.
Richmond.
F. J. Krejcik, 3009 Fillmore street near
Union.
Mrs. C. Heider, 76 Chenery street.
James Blair. 1547 Larkin street.
M. Davis, 692 McAllister street.
Waibel's. 1467 Haight street
B. A. Hester, 60S Stanyan street.
Doctor Burns. 43f>0 JuuaTi street.
Hewlett's Cash Store, IS Joost avenue.
Adcock's Notion Store, 209 Clement
street.
Mrs. I. Sanders, Turk street and Van
Ness avenue.
A. Stadler, 304 Sixth avenue, corner
Clement street.
Cigar Stand, 1501 Devisadero street.
J. A. Paxton, California and Devisadero
streets.
I. H. Story. 1702 Devisadero street.
Rightway Bazaar, 422 Presidio avenue.
Presidio Cigar Stand, Presidio and Sac
ramento street.
News Stand, 2SIS California street.
S. Lessor, Sacramento and Walnut
streets.
Ellis Stationery Store. 407 Ellis street.
Hamilton Square Book Store, 2103
Geary street.
Bradford, 1956 Sutter street at Fill
more.
Smok*ri«, 1200 Deviaadero street.
Southwell, 96°» EUis street.
R. Reger's, 1318 Fillmore street.
G. if. Hunken, 1165 Ellis street.
Walter Adcock. 209 Clement street.
! Births, Marriages, Deaths ||
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
will not be inserted. They roust be banded In at
either of tbf publication offices and be Indorsed
with the liame and residence of persons author
ized to have the same published. Notices re
stricted 'simply to I ■ ment of tbe event
are publish* ii eohma free of chargo
.»_ __ — ... »
Marriage Licenses
*—, ♦
SAX IKVNCISCO
The following marriage licensee were Issued
Thursday. December 5. 1912: .
KERNARO — RUSSELL—CharIes Bernard, 28,
loan McAllister street, and Isabell Russell, 18,
9634 Broderlck street
GAYNOB—KENNEDY—JobiI P. Gaynor. 22, Port
lam!, ami Josie R. Keunedr. 21, Sellwood, Ore.
DEVINCENZI—BRATTJGLIANI—FiIippi Devin
c«?nzi 23, 13eOA Kearny street, and Rosa Brat
tigliani. 18, 4fi4 rnion street.
KIJOWSKY—LEVIN-Jack Kujowsky, 21, Los
Aneefe*. ana Cora Levin, 18, 1822 Sacramento
:.
LANDUOCI—CHELI—AfIoIfo Landuccl, 28. 1000
Montgomery street, and Alaide CUell, 22, 1026
Montgomery street.
UTTLE—ROMINE— Arthur F. Little. 31, and
Maria M. Romine. 21, both of Oakland.
VGH — KOHLHOFF — William T. Me
rreagh. 30, and Hazel Kohlboff, 23, both of
Point Richmond.
MORRIS—OSTEICMAN—Irving Morris, 28, 648
Central avenue, aad Rose Osterman. 22, 2888
Howard street. *
Ml-LVANY-—MoNT'LTY—Thomas J. Mnlvany, 21,'
2339 Markr-t street, and Anna T. McNultv, 18,
3233 Seventeenth street.
OLDENDORF—BULL—Jesse B Oldendorf. 25,
Riverside, and Amelia C. Bull, 19. Louisville,
Kentucky.
OsTERIXMI—McPEVrTT—Joseph P. Osterloh,
21, 431 i) Twenty-fifth street, and Louise A. Me
ix-vitt. 18. liWift Howard street.
PANOILLA—ZAZZI—Edward Pansrilla. 21, and
Elvera Zniri. t*. both of Redwood City.
SII!i;EZUMI -OGl—Kiyonosukp Sttiftesmni, 28.
and Miyo Ogi. 22. both of 2243 Market street.
SHORT—BALLARD —Edward R. Short, 2S. Ruby
Valley, Nev., and Ethel R. Ballard, 24," Goid
flf-ld. *
« BI—MARINO— Frank Barnbbl, 23, 1402
Kearny street, and Annie Marino, 18, 402
<;reen street.
OAKLAND
Tiio following marriace licenses trere issued
Thursday, December r>. im2:
EARTH—WALKER — Albert E. Bonn. .",4, and
I/illian Walker 34. both of San Franeii
cuRY— SKINNER— Ben C. Cory. 44. and Katb
erine M. Skinner. -12. both of Oakland.
MoRKTS—DI'ARTE —William Morris, 23, and
ry Pnnrte. Iβ. both of Oakland.
PETERS—KLRWISH —Charles 1 , . Peter*, 31, and
Cinderella Klcwish. 85, both <>f Oakland.
SILVEIRA — HOSE— Manoe! C. Silveira, 30. Oak
land, and Mary 8. Bott. 28, Warn Spriags.
BIBTHS
In this city. December $, 1812,
t.. the wifi> of Beruuard Silberberg (nM tilicke
liian). a -
MARRIAGES
STORLEY—BAUGHMAN — to this city, Novem
ber 8, 1012 by tin- R»'V. Father Lally, Robert
Miller Stokley and Marie Antoinette Baugh
man, both of Ban P'raucisco.
OBITIABT
WILLIAM PBOVIN, FORMEB SENATOH— W.»st
flfld Mhss l>.-r\ .-. — William, great
r of wampunj of tiie pe»t council of the
United States, improved Order of Bed Mea,
died at liiK home Ut-to t(Klay. He was 71 years
a senator In 1801 and
teas.
DAVID ECLES, CAPITALIST—SaIt Lake City.
Unix, Dec. S.-4)avid Eclea. president of the
Amalpamated Sugar company, end oiip of the
wealthiest citizeus in Utah, died enddenly at
the emergency hospital hero tonight of heart
disease.
C. S. McKINNEY. MEECHANT--St. T/viis. IV.-.
s.—dtartai 8. MeKinney. vie' president of a
larjre wiaolpsale dry poods house, dropped Ueatf
Of lieart disease today.
JULES MANCINI. DIPLOMAT—Paris, De<-. 5.—
Jules Maiiinci, who wns secretary of the French
ligation at Havana in 1908, died today.
DEATHS
Bohan, Mary A —|Keohan<\ Patrick ... Q4
Blumenthal. Bernard — Lee. Anna II
Bruns, Julius A 50 Leronx. Jenny iO
Pu<bi)Pll. William 11 -T McCladery. Mary ..—
Cauwa, Jennie o."> McGorty. Ellen <■>
Colin, Eugene BO McLeae. Anthony .. —
Derharn, Ann J 29 Mi Her, Jennie A C 9
I>,»u. !.is (Infant ) Moore, TJiomas H...84
Flores, Josephine ... 12 Mullaney. Louise 8.. —
G»gg, John 56 O'Connor. John F.... 25
Ha:»s, Frederick G..7." Ritchie, James 4<t
Hastings. Mary X.. 37 Smith, Axitone N
Herold, Anna 88 Smith. Virginia A...t>i
Holland, Fred M — Walters, Eva M 17
BOHAN—In tills city, December 4, 1012, Mary
A., wife of Peter Bohan, dearly beloved mother
of Mrs. Geneviere Voak, and beloved daughter
of Mrs. Mary Feeney, and loving sister of Mrs.
P. P. MeGorern, a native of Austin, Nev.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Saturday),
at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the parlors of the
Henry J. Gallagher Company, 2597 Howard
Etreet near Twenty-second thence to St. Pe
ter's church, where a reqniem high mass will
Be celebrated for the repoee of her soul, com
mencing at 10-o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross (x-tnetery. by carriage.
BLUMENTHAL—In London, England, December
4, 1912, Bernard Blumenthal, beloved husband
of Johanna Blumenthal, and lovin? father of
Mrs. May GoeU and Emil Blumenthal.
BRUNS—In this city, December 5, 1912, Jnllns
A., dearly beloved son of Augusta and the late
Herman Bruns. and loving brother of Albert
Brune, a native of Etnbarcadero. Sonoma
county, Cal., aged 50 years and 3 months. A
member of Mission Parlor No. 38. N- 8. G.
(Kansas City papers please copy.)'
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Sunday, December
8. at 10 o'clock a. m., from the parlors of
Theodor Dlerks & Co., 900 Divisadero street
corner of McAllister, where services will be
held under the auspices of Mission Parlor No.
38, N. 8. G. W. Cremation Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Turk
and Stelner streets.
BUSHNE2X— In this city, December 5. 1912.
William Henry , Bushnell, beloved son of Mrs.
Mary Bushnell, a native of Chester, England,
aged 4o years and a months. A member of
International Brotherhood of Boiler Makers.
Iron Sliip BniWere and Helpers of America.
Local No. 25.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral Sunday, December
8. 1912, at 1 p. m., from the parlors of H. F.
Suhr & CX>., 2919 Mission street tietween
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Interment
ss L«\vu cemetery, by electric funeral
car fr -n. Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets.
CAUZZA-—ln Oakland. December 4. 1912, Jennie,
beloved wife of the late Petar Cauzza. aad de
mother of Emilio, Attilio and Heury
Caurza, and sister of Yersinia Coneolaeeio, a
native of Cevio, %nton Ticino, Switzerland, j
aged 53 years. '
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Monday, December
9, 1912, at Tomales, on the arrival of train
leaving San Francisco at 8:15 a. m., via Sau
salito. thence to the Church of the Assumption,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of her soul. Interment Tomales
cemetery. Remains at the parlors of Cunha &
Caporgno, 032 Eighth street corner of Myrtle,
Oakland.
COLIN—In th!s city. December 4, 1912, Eugene,
dearly !*• loved husband of Anna Coliu, a
native »f France, aged 50 years.
The funeral will take place tomorrow (Sat
urday t, December 7. at 2 p. u>,, from the
parlors of J. J. Crowly & Co., 9&2 Valencia
street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth,
incineration at Cypress Lawu ceme
tery, by automobile.
DERHAM—In this city. December 4, 1912, Ann
Jane, beloved wife of Richard J. Derham, aed
lovinc mother of Dorothy M. Derham. and \vr-
Ing sister of Philip Pluukett and Dr. John anO
Joseph Laughlln and Mary Laughlln, a native
in Francisco, aged 29 years.
Frieniis and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Fridayi,
at 9:30 a. m., from her late residence, 250
Diamond etreet between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth, thence ;o the Church of the Holy Re
deemer, »mere a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, at 10
a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by car
riage.
WOLF TONE DIVISION NO. 11. L. A. TO A. O.
lI.—To t!io officers and members of Wolfe Tone
Division No. 11: You are hereby notified to
attend the funeral of our late sister, Ann Jane
Derham, from 2SO Diamond street between
Nineteenth and Twentieth, today (Friday), at
it:3o o'clock a. m. By order of
MRS. C. HARTLEY. President.
MARY T. HALEY, Recording Secretary.
DOUGLAS—In this city. December 4, 1912, In
fant daughter of Malcolm and Mary Douglas,
a native of San Francisco, aged 22 days.
FLOEES—In this city. December 3, 1912, Jose
phine, beloved daughter of Vicente end the late
Juaoa H. Floras, beloved sister of Jnanita
Floret and the late CurmilHa and Saturnitia
Flores, a native of San Francisco, aged 12
yean* 4 months and 13 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Friday),
December G, 1912, at 11 o'clock a. m., from
the parlors of G. laccheri & Co.. 1548 Stock
ton street between Green and Union, thence to
Spanish church, Mlestra Senora de Guadalupe,
for services. Interment Holy Cross cemetery,
by carriage.
GUiiG—ln this city, December 4. ISI2. John,
beloved husband of Pauline Gugg. and brother
in law of Katie and Fred General and Frank
Meaaer. a native of Switzerland, aged 56 years
8 months ami 21 days. A member of Brewers'
and Maltsters' Union, Local No. 7.
Friends ant! acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Sunday, December
H. Et 10 a. m., from the parlors of H. F. Suhr
& Co.. 2!tl!) Mission street between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sUtb. Incineration Cypress
Lawn cemetery, by electric funeral car from
Twenty-eighth and' Valencia streets.
HAAS—In Weaverville. Cal.. December 2. 1912.
Frederick G. Haas, beloved husband of Emily
Haas, and loving father of Marie L., Otto 8.,
Augustas F. and David W. Haas and the late
Henry Haas, a native of Germany, aged 75
years 11 months and IS days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Friday), December 6, at 2 p. m.. from King
Solomon's hall, 1716 Fillmore street near Sut
ter, where services will be held under the aus
pices of Starr King Lodge No. 344, F. & A.
M. Remains at the parlors of H. F. Suhr &
Co.. 2919 Mission street between Twenty-flfth
and Twenty-sixth. Interment Woodiawn ceme
tery _ by automobile.
HASTINGS—In this city. December 4. 1912, at
tlu; city aud county hospital, Mary Kortij Hast
ings, a native of England, aged 37 years.
HEROLD —Entered into rest. In this city, Decem
ber 5, 1912. Anna, widow of the late Rudolph
Herold, and mother of Rudolph Jr., Oscar,
Roderick and Hugo Herold, a native of Baden,
Germany, aged 88 year*.
Friends ar< r»**pectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services tomorrow (Saturday), Decem
ber 7, at 11 a. ni., at Gray's chapel, Geary
an.l DevisadfTo streets. Interment private,
i , lease omit flowers.
HOLLAND —In this city December 5, 1912, at
his late residence, 32? Webster street. Fred
M., dearly beloved son of Bessie and the late
James M. Holland, and loving brother of Mrs.
Be«sle F. Mitchell and Mrs. Mac Goldstein and
Daniel Sadie McLoughlin, a native of Oakland,
Cal.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend a requiem high mass, which
will be celebrated for the repoee of his eoul,
tomorrow (Saturday), at 9:30 a. m>, at Sacred
Heart chnrch. Fell and Fillmore streets. In
terment (private) St. Mary's cemetery, Oak
land.
EOHANE—In Butte, Mont., December 2, 1912,
Patrick, beloved son of Patrick end Ellen Keo
bane, and nephew of Mrs. Bridget O'Brien and
Mrs. John Congblan. a native of County Cork,
Irelsnd, aged 34 yearts.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at the
parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 532-534 Valen
cia street.
LEX—At rest. In this city. December 5. 1912,
Anna Harlow Lee, dearly beloved mother of
Altec 11. Harlow, a native of Maine, aged 79
years and II months.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vltwl to nttend thp funeral tomorrow (Saturday),
December 7 1912. at 11 a. m.. from Uor late
residi'iice, cci Clayton street. Interment Moun
tain View cemetery, Oakland. Interment prl
, vate.
EROTJX —In Alameda. December 4, 1912. Jenny
I>-r<*ix, beloved mother of Mrs. Fernande
8 'Hips. Mrs. Caniille Specfit. Mrs. Lonise Loaet
BDd Mrs. Henrietta Sassias and Gaston Alfred
Leroux, a native of Paris, France, aged 70
years 4 months and C days.
McGLADZRY—In Oakland. December 5, 1912,
Mary McGladery (formerly niEtron of the La
dies' Protective and Kelh-f Society of San
Francisco), beloved sister of Mrs. M|nnle Bar- ,
ton and Laura J., Frank, Maybelle and Leo
Laam.
Prlend* and acqnatntances are respectfully ln
vitt-ii to nttend the funfral tomorrow (Saturday),
December 7, 1012. at 1:30 o'clock p. m., from
tbe chapel of tb<> Oakland crematory, Howe
and Mather streets, Oakland.
McGORTY—In this city. Dwember 5, 1912,
Ellen, belored wife of John MHJorty. and Iov
i!i»: mother of Peter Cormac and Dora McGorty
and Mrs J. McSherry, Mrs. J. Smith and Mrs.
T. Moran nnd the late Mrs. John Clifford and
' Jani<*s McGorty. a native of County Leitritn,
lrciand. !i£<-d 75 years.
Xotk-o of funeral hereafter. Remains at the
parlor* of J. ('. O'Connor & Co., 532-534 Valen
-rn-et. Please omit flowers.
MCLEAN— In this city. December 5, 1812, An
thony McLean, beloved father of Elva and the
l;'.te Aneta McLean, a native,of Plcton, Nora
Scotia.
MILLER—In Oakland, Cal., December 5, 1912,
Jennie A., wffe of the late Satnne! .Holden
>!iller. and tnotber of Charles L. Miller, a na
tive of Albany, K. V., aged 68 years 1 month
and L' 7 day.<.
MOORE -la tliis city. December 4. 1912, Tbomae
H. Meare, fnther of Mrs. Nellie Ridge, a na
tivp of Maiiif, aged 84 yoars.
MtTLLAHEY— In this city, December 5, 1012,
Lonise B. Mullaney, t*loved wife of P. D.
Mullaney, and loving mother of William H.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALK FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912.
Mullaney, and beloved sister of Mr*. Mary
Alexander and Mrs. 3. A. Born and Margaret
Howard, a native of San Francisco.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to atteuil the funeral tomorrow (Saturday),
at 9:30 a. m., from her late residence, 888
Quererro street, tbence to St. James church,
where a requiem high insas will be celebrated
for the repose of her soul, comtnncing at 9:43
a. m. Interment private. Please omit flowers.
O'CONNOH—In this city, December 3. 1912,
John F-, dearly beloved hasbfiml of Frances
O'Connor and devoted father of Lorraine Marie
O'Connor *nd the late Jol»n F., William T. and
George E O'Connor and loving son of Margaret
and the late William O'Connor and brother of
the late Thomas M. O'Connor and nephew of
Mrs. P. J. Sheeny, a native of San Francisco,
agpfl 23 years.
Friends and acquaintances ere respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Friday),
at 8:15 a. m., from the parlors of Meßrearty
& McCortnlek 01i> Valencia street ne»r Twen
tieth, thence to the Church of tlie Most Holy
Redeemer, where a requiem hijjh raasa jvlll .
be celebrated tor the repose of his soul, com
mencing at 9 a. n*. interment Holy Cross
cemetery.
RITCHIE—In this city. December 3. I!H2. James
Ritchie, a native of Scotland, aped 49 years..
Friends and acquaintances are respectful I«• in
vited to attend the funeral Snaday, Pecember
B, Ht 10 a. m., from Vue chapel of Julhis S.
Godean, 41 Van Ness avenne near Market
street. Interment Cyprese Lawn cemetery.
SMITH—In this city, December 4. 3912, at the
city and county hospital, Antone Smith, a na
tive of Russia, ajred 55 years.
SMITH—In this city. December 3. 1912, Virginia
A. Smith, wife of the late Edward Clareacei
Smith of Philadelphia. Pa., and mother of
Harold E. Smith and Mrs. William Griepenkerl.
a native of Salisbury, Md.. aped 67 years.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
fucpral service* today (Friday), December
fi. at 10:30 a. m., at (Jray'n chapel, Geary and
Devisadero streets. Remains to be taken to
Philadelphia, Pa., for interment.
WALTERS—In this city, December 4, 1912, at
the. residence of her parents. Eva Maltland,
dearly beloved daughter of Niel and Margaret
Walters, and loving sinter of Harry and Percy
Walters, a .ntaive of Canada, aged 17 years 10
months and 8 days. (Detroit papers please
copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Friday), December 6, at 2:30 p. ni., at the
Ocean View Congregational cUurfh, 144 Rroad
street. Ocean View. Interment Cypress Lawn
, cemetery.
SCANDINAVIAN SOClETY—Officers end mem
bers ere hereby requested to attend the fnneral
of our late brother. Andrew A. Wall, tomorrow
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. at his late
residence, Iβ Fountain street. By ord»r of
JOHN ELDRUP. President.
HARRY MKNTZOR. Secretary.
WHTN TWE tnTTETITAK'EB;
BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALF the Funeral Expense.
Telephone
JULIUS S. OODEAU
Market 711 Oakland 4045
Independent of the Trust.
THE GODEAXT FTJNEEAL SERVICE will fur
nish for $73, embalnniß shroud, silver
mounted, cloth covered casket, hearse and
two carriages and give personal super-
TRUST" TTNDERTAXERS WILL CHARGE
$75 f"ot the casket alone, and all their
prices are proportionate.
Godeau Funeral Service Saves You Half.
Auto ambulance, carriages aud autos for hire.
SAN FRANCISCO, OAKLAND.
41 Van Ness Ay*. 2210 Webster st.
305 Columbus Avo. Phone Oak. 4045.
MEETINGS—LODGES
A. fi. A. S. R. of Free Masonry, San _**&?
Francisco consistory No. I—Thlr- j^A J"
ty-first degree THIS (FRIDAY) «,"fffjfc
EVENING. Dec. 6, 1012, at 8 BMA
o'clock, Scottisli Rite temple, XX. SRBHH
corner Van Nels ay. and Sutter |TjH^
street. Hf«|Cffir w r
HENRT ASCROFT, B%£zF
Registrar.
FOrND on trains and ferrj- and can be ob
tained by o\v«ier at SOT'THKRN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD, OAKLAND TIER: Nov. 22. 23.
cMJd's hat; 2 gloves; storybook; pkg. hardware;
OTercoat; pkg. stationery: brown purse contain
ing $10: pkg. clothing; spectacles In case; scarf;
I crip: euitcaee: handbag:. Not. 25—Grip; pkg.
pleotric iron; suitcase; pjrz. clothing; blue ?carf;
brown sw-fater; wallet. Nov. 26—Pkg. clothinsr;
child's coat: kers on ring; umbrella. Nov. 27,
-"v—Umbrella; shopping bag; pkg. shoes; basket
with cap attached; brown overcoat; pkg. photos;
CAUFO&NL4 Coramandery No. 1. K. T. ! lad.Va Handbag; sniaU purse- brown fur; coll of
Stntpd ....mhir thk fPmnAY) iAf* I wire; book: brown rrip; 2 gloves: bat In bag.
FVFNING bTtJo oVWk Albert P'ke lS Nov - 2ft - p »"f- «n« handkerchief; roTl of bedding;
Memorialltelv ism rv'iA st Ue W pk? - «*»«>l«W overcoat; pkg. candlestick. Dec.
ilTw S. I— Chain hanrtbas; pkg. shoes: l.lack mnffler;
hearsal. Bj or, Pr of"en tnent commander. OJn;ll ,. s iiat ln b&e - t V p £ g . clothing; 2 overshoes;
""-' ,la -' '*■• • ) "' ?1 ' ''""■ Jlf - } o overcoats.
KING SOLOMONS Chapter No. 95. R. JOS3BL
A. M., 1730 Fillmore st—Stated
meeting THIS (FRIDAY) EVEN VJgnM
ING at 8 o'clock £J«6? M
HARnV RAF.HR. SUgjf
Secretary. W*!H
AMITY Lodge No. 370. F. & A. M.. Mis- *
sion temple, 266$ Mission st.—Anmiai yy
ftnted meetlnsr and election of officers
THIS (FRIDAYi EVENING. 8 o'clock. ' ▼ N
All members requested to be preseat.
T. WALTER WALKER. Secretary.
STARU KING Lodge. No. 344, V. & A. •
M.. 1739 Fillmore st.—Officers, mem- mfam
bere, funeral committees and friends:
You will please assemble at our hall on
FRIDAY, December 6, at 1 p. in., for the pur
pose of conducting the fnneri! ceremonies
over the remains of FREDERICK GOTTLIEB
HAAS. late a member of Trinity Lodge.' No.
27. F. & A. M.. of WeaverviUe, Cal. By or
der of the W. M.
H. F. WRIGHT. Secretary.
WALHALLA Encampment No. 7. I. O. O. tffa
F.—Officers and members will attend *«5r
the regular meeting TODAY (Friday), JBi.
Dec. C. Royal purple degree. All ••■■►
patriarchs are inrited.
M. TONGK9, C. P.
C. ROEBER, Scribe.
CALEDONIAN Clnb meets THIS .. XT \»
(FRIDAY) EVENING. Deo. G, at. W. (■ fli
Scottish hall, 121 Larkin et. fik \J33
THOS. W. MUKROB. Chief,
ALLAN J. MacDONALD, Sec.
ST. ANDREW'S Society—Annual gl jm >,
banquet In commemoration of St.
Andrew's day will be held at Phl
ace hotel, THIS (FRIDAYi EVEN-
ING, December «. Tickets from "^'
necretnry, 678 9th ay., and John Reid & Son,
833 Market st.
THOMAS STEAD, President.
ROBERT H. MURRAY. Secretary.
APOLLO No. 123, I. O. O. .jM-f-f
F.—Flection of officers THIS lISSsSiM:
(FRIDAYI EVENING. By order
Of 'A/..vA\
JOHN D. GILLIES. Noble Grand.
LOUIS HAMMERSMITH, Rec. Ser.
OFFICERS and members of Sla-
vi-.ui.' , I. M. R. society—You
are hereby notified to attend
our next regular meeting. n9*""*''2«!*M*l
FRIDAY EVENING. Decem- \tp'> t 'm:r*™£*j
ber 6. at 121 Larkin St.; nor- i
inatlon of officers will be
held. Fine of 50 cents for nonattendance. By
order of N. JELINCICH, President.
M. ANTICEVICH, Rec. Secretary.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL KAIL
WAYS, central district, car station, SECOND
AY. find EAST SIXTEENTH ST., OAKLAND:
Nov. 21—Small plu: roll paper; sack beans. Not.
23—Large bundle: tool; dragon nlu; 2 small rods.
Nov. 24 —Cnne: book, "In the Bishop's Carriage 1, ;
lady's small b!ack purse: penknife. Nor. 25—
Purse; package; handgrip; book; fountain pen;
pair glows; brown leather suitcase; beauty pin;
lodge book. Nov. 26—Small roll of dry pods;
saw handle; pair old shoes. Not. 27 —bttekpin;
lunch: dog meat; duck; brown purse. Nov. 28—
Child's beaded puree; pair brown gloves; can of
paint; pkg. cloth. Nor. 29 —Umbrella; stickpin;
pair shoes; black lunehhox. Nov. 30 —Box hard*
ware; chain purse; straw .satchel; straw lunch
box; rose bnsh. Dec. I—2 ladles' small black
purees; bottle; package. Dec. 2—Lady's silver
watch and fob: large envelope; pair baby's stock
ings; umbrella: child's handbag: tin pail. Dec.
4—Pair gloves; breastpin: Jackknlfe; package.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RATLWAY, CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA sta.: Nov. 1 to 29—
Book: fiair gloves; watch fob;* bathing cap;
sheet of music: umbrella; pair glasses with
case; knife; engagement book: comb; piece
of fancy work; diamond get bracelet; purse with
money; money bag with money.
LOST property at SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAY. FIFTY-FIRST ST. and
TELEGRAPH AY., western district. OAKLAND:
Not. 23—Beauty pin; pair gloves; purse. Nov.
24—Purse. Nov. 25—Muffler. Nov. 20—Pair
shoes. Nov. 2? — Pk|f. - collars; college noteboek;
lunch basket. Nov. 28—Lunch basket; pair of
gloves; jackknlfe; handbag. Nov. 29 —Umbrella.
FOT'ND and can be obtained by owner at the
RAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS, northern district. TWENTIETH ST. and
MACDONALD AY., RICHMOND: Nov. 4—
Lunchnox. Nov. s—Sultcace of soap samples;
umbrella; euitease: umbrella; Udy's bracelet.
Nov. 6—2 umbrellas: lady's gloves.
LOST—Black natent leather h«ndbng on 12:03
ferry boat Tiburon from Sausallto. Thursday,
December 5. Amonjr contents, gold oppn
faced lady's wat-li, monogram J. M. T., and
gold chain fob, locket, same monojrram. Re
turn t" D. W. TAYLOR, The Call. Rewnrd.
LOST—A larjje diamond crescent pin Thankxinv
ingf evening, in or anoot the Orptieiim or in or
about St. Francis hotel. Finder will he lib
erally rewarded if returned to S. H. DANIELS
at Bank of California.
LOST-—Gold brooch Tuesday p. ni. on train from
AlHtneda or on street or car vicinity 2d and
Mission. Howard and 4th to Bryant. LM A.
JACOBS, 1312 Oak st., Alameda. Reward.
OST — Nov. 30, between Powu st. and Berkeley.
an amethyst pin. sft in pearls: suitable reward
will to* givon. MIIS. O. B. WYMAX. Berkeley
Inn. Berkeley.
LOBT—Iu Sen Francisco on D*c. ft. blue purse
containing money, etc. Finder kindly notify
1615 Euclid »t., Berkeley, aod receive liberal
reward.
LOST—On Market st. a map of Htllsboroiuth
acres. Please return to DAVENPORT BROM
FIELD. .'KIT Bankers Investment hldß.
LOST —Pocket diary on streetcar, with name of
V. I). Scott on Inside. Retfkra to Winchester
hotel, Tβ Hd *t; reward.
LOST —Trunk between 150 Ellis and Bth and
Bryant sts. lieward of $10 at iZO Ellis et.
LOST AND FOUND I
Continued ____
t IF Vm; LOSE ANYTHlNG—Advertise It i
»here. It wii! be returned to you If an non
»est person finds it. Remarkable recoveries (
' are broagHt about every Uay through these <
i columns. <
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING J
BKINU IT TO THE ,
' SAN FRANCISCO CALL <
r.OST AN!) POUND BT'REAU,
THIKD AND MARKET STREETS. J
Ot a claim check. Hare it advertised. ,
Reclaim it if the owner does not. i
THE LAW—People who find lost articles ]
are interested ift knowing that the state law J
is strict in requiring them to seek the own-,
[ ers, through advertisement and otherwise, i
(Hiivi that failure to do go. tt proof can be J
> shown, involves a severe penalty. ,
lOiNl) on train and rerry and can be Obtained
by owner at SAN FR VNCISCO OAKLAND TER
MIXAL RAILWAYS, Key system, KEY ROITE
PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Nov. 21—Pkg.
photo posters; 2 pair gloves; 2 books; overcoat:
small silver purse; suitcase; pkg- baby's bib and
mittens. Nov. 22—2 single gloves: pocket knife;
2 siiitoiises; umbrella; pkg. - boxes shoes; book;
pkg. square butter. Nov. 23 —2 books; envelope
applications high school- roll perforated canvas
for worsted work; grip; pkg. corset; single
glove; mesh purse. Nov. 24—Muffler; 4 books;
manuscript music; child's neck fur; mesh purse;
eingle glove; black velvet r-andbag. Nov. 2.">—2
books; roll music; pair glnves: leather case;
bunch of 5 keys. Nov. 26—Spectacle case; com
mute; key; package; pad notepaper. Nov. 28 —
Veil; 6 umbrellas; pkg. empty starch bos; suit
case; pkfr. Jeweler's catalogue; neck fur; pocket
book: brooch pin; photo; catalogue; shears. Nov.
:io—Steel rule in case- 3 pair gloves; single
glove; pkg. 2 blocks woo'i: 8 keys on ring; um
brella; belt with silver buckle, umbrella: liutndo
lin in case; eiugle glove. Dec. 2—Pair ptovw; .j
umbrellas; lnnehbox; roll topographic map; book;
pkg. knit shawl; commute; pkg. shoes; field
book. Dec. 3—Simple satchel catalogues; pkg.
bottle; panshape casting: pke. 2 small cans;
child's purse French book; bible; single glove.
Deo. 4—Pkg.' waist and pamphlet; toy rabbit;
Pfeg. byinnal; mesh puree; book; necklace, email
gold beads; envelope estate papers; pkg. white
belt; 2 commutes; key; crepe scarf: pair gloves.
ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
maining on hand at THIKD and TOWNSEND
STS., SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Not. 8—
Book; charm; sold pin. Nov. 9 —Camera: pair
rubbers; umbreila; chain an<l locket. Nov. 10 —
Pillow; coat; st aw hat; pair gloves: lady's coat;
photograph. \ot. 11—Coat. Nov. 14 —Box of
mushrooms. Nov. 15—Pair eyeglasses; conimnte
book: umbrella. Nov. I(3—Apron; lady's hat;
matchbox. Nov. IT—Brown handbag. Nov. IS—
GoM locket; pkg. books; bundle maps: gold ring.
Nov. 19—Piece of fur; 3 overcoats: 2 blaukbooks.
Nor. 20—Hatpin. Nov. 23—2 umbrella.*; pkg.
clotßtes. Nov. 24—Pipe- pkg. flypaper; air gun;
fur; pkg. clothes. Nov. 25—Suitcase. Nov. 20—
Commute book; school book; overcoat. Nov. 27 —
Piece marble; purse; pkg. aprons. Nov. 28—
Grip; 2 umbrellas; pair gloves. Nov. 29 —Girl's
hat. Nov. 30 —Lnnchbox; bunch keys; book.
Dee. I—Roll plans; picture; bunch keys. Dec. 2
—Magazine. Dee. 3— Pkg. cloth; bundle over
alls; gray sweater; baby's shoe; child's hat;
piece cloth netting; lunch "box; soft hat (in bag):
pkg. (clothing); iron seal; pk. (shoes); roll
photo; 2 long brass tubes; suitcase. Dec. 4—
Book.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the
SAX FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL KAIL
WAYS, eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH AY.
I and EAST FOURTEENTH ST., OAKLAND:
Not. 21—Small suitcase. Nov. 22—Tape meas
ure: bundle clothing; handbag; muff; hinchbox;
Otldotb; pair glasses in case: lady's belt piu;
flour sack containing nails; book on banking; box
tooth po;vder. Nov. 24—8a1l gloves; purse; pkg.
dry (roods; books; cigar lighter. Nov. 25 —Small
j suitcase: pkg. dry goods: glove; suitcase. Nov. ,
! 2(3—Pkg. paint; pair gloves; purse; fountain
pen. Nov 27—Umbrella: necklace; comb; music;
suitcase. Not. 28—-Cuff button: camera. Nov.
20—Pkg. (sry goods; umbrellas: bundle of clothes;
watch fob; purse; lunch basket: lamp shade.
Dec I—Kodak films; fan; basket; suitcase; 2
pkgs. dry goods; beads. Dec. 2—Sweater; pkg.
notions- umbrella. Dec. 3—Satchel: dress pat
tern. Dec. 4 —Pillow case: shoppiug bag; porse.
FOUND in streetcar* and can be obtained by
owners at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE, room
502. 85 SECOND ST.: Nov. 21—0 packages;
Mystic Shrine pin; hatpin; book; suit
case; pin. I). P. B. C.; spectacle case; hand
ax; hanging basket. Nov. 22 —5 packages; 2
purses: pin; book: sweater; cuff link; key on
ring; natno plate. "S." Not. 23 —♦ packages; S
purees; 2 hand bags; pair gloves; book: neck far;
biack veil; dog chain: hapd saw; hand grip; sil
ver chain; suitcase: knife. Nov. 24— G pack
ages; box candy: bottle whisky; eardrop; bunco
keys; brooch: book; suitcase; glove; small bag.
FOUND on train end ferry end can be obtained
by the owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS, KEY SYSTEM. KEY
ROUTS PIER TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Nov. 27
—Pair cloves; memorandum book; school record*;
pkjr. teunis racket ami Dair shoes; 2 neck furs; 3
books; umbrella: mesh purse. Nov. 28—Pkg. hot
tie medicine; photo; pair spectaclesSu case; sin
gle glove.
GREEN enameled watch, attached to gold and
pearl cuain. on Powell between Bush and Sut
ler or Suiter between Powell and White
House; reward. Return Rocklngham, apt. 52.
734 Bush «t.
LOST —Small, dark brown purse containing gold
and silver; suitable reward. 2.123 24th et.
LOST—Boston bull terrier, male, white and brown
with white Up on tail; reward. 494 Brannaa.
AAA—DOUGLAS, 3532, Home C 4665; best Japa
nese. ChlDese, Filipino help; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 416 Grant ay.
AAA —WEST iril. 52615
Japanese and Chinese employment office,
T. TAMT'RA & CO.. 1012 Lnguna st.
ANDRE LF.VEILLE employment office, 1044
Larkin; male, female help; hotels, restaurants;
labor rtmtractors. etc. Franklin 0379.
C. D. KIN.NEY Chinese employment bureau,
successor to J , . Conn. Phone Douglas 8162.
7S~» C'»y at. ;
HOB] & CO.—Best Japanese and Chinese help of
all ktniß 1711 Post st.: West 2«r>3, S'^q'i.
STAR Emp. office—Japanese Chinese help. W.
KODATA. letO Geary: tei West 1«7. 82760.
ALL kinds of help furnisned with care, dispatch.
Wo--t "OSS— OSCAR HATSrMI —1">13 Geary.
EJIPLOIMENT WANTED
FEMALR
A neat, reliable housekeeper, cook or nurse,
with little girl, wishes pleasant place for
two or more persons: plve full particulars.
Bos r>lo9. Call office, Oakland.
OOKKEEPER and typist, exper
position. Phone Franklin 8187.
CAPABLE dressmaker and falloresa wants work;
$8 day. 13S0 Sutter St., room 15, phone
Franklin 4916.
FIRST CLASS stenographer, rapid and accurate.
with b*>«t city references, wants position. Box
1858. Call office m
GOOD worker would like genpral work In a
* boarding house. Box 15SG, Call office.
LADY, 24 years old, thoroughly experienced in
general office work', open for engagement with
reliable concern; will accept small salary in
order to demonstrate qualifications. Box 160S,
Call office, or phone W. 340.
MIDDLE AGED lady wants work; can sew. do
housework or assist cook; also chamber work;
will work out for $1.00 per day. Box 2041,
Call office.
REFINED, well recommended, pratlcal nurse
wishes engagement. Box 2044. Call office.
SITUATION WVNT A.DS IN THE CALL
WILL COST 10<; FOR 4 LINES. FIGURING 7
WORDS TO A LINK.
TALF.NTKD lady would like situation as private
secretary or amanuensis for wealthy lady; can
do light duties; very nest with needle work;
w!«b to find good respectable home: excellent
refererof-s. Address box 1.187. Call office.
THE CALX'S free employment bureau has en file
the references of many bright girls and women
in nearly every line of work; we will be glad
to place you in communication with the person
you are looking for: fry our plan if In need of
quick reunite, aing tip Kearuy 80 and ask for
MR. LKVJtt; hours 9 a. m to noon.
TELEPHONE operator wishes steady position as
exchange operator, with light clerical work;
•tate salary. Bos 1612. Call office.
WANTED—Refined Protestant home for young
girl of 15 years In exchange for duties before
and after school. Address 1500 Jackson et.
WANTED—Ky reliable woman, housework during
afternoon. Apply ASSOCIATED CHAftlTIEfe.
Franklin 70»
YOCNG lady desire* position as lady's maid or
second girl; best of references. Apply 61
Lock? at.
YOUNG lady would like position as housekeeper;
references. Box 203 U. Call office.
EMPLOYMENT WASTED
MALE
AM going to school here and want to get in pri
vate family ~-» work for board after, school
Box 1019 Call office.
ISA It TRNDEH, young Irishman, lately landed,
83, would like position in first class house;
in years of pity experience. Box 2045, Call.
COOK, middle aged, sober, wishes place as lunch
cook in saloon or small restaurant; can help at
bar. Box 2035, Call office.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
CHACFFKUR—Young American desires position
as chauffeur: will furnish best of references
as to character and ability. JOSIAH FULLER.
ic:<; Fairrlt-w st.. South Berkeley, Cal.
CARPKNTEU. understanding al! branches of
the trade, desires work at jobbing from own
er, or will take small contracts. Box 2003,
Call of fW.
DAIRY MAN, 45. single, clean and sober, first
class milker and butter maker, understands
machinery thoroughly, and fancy stock breed
inc, 25 years' experience, with references,
wishes situation on private place, or take
charge of thoroughbred dairy herd. Address
bos 2SI, Colusa. Cal.
ELDERLY man wants work in private family or
apartment house; handy with tools and brush;
strictly temperate and aU around good worker;
city or country. Box 2039. Call office.
GENTLEMAN experienced in the export busi
ness wants position us manager, correspondent
or bookkeeper. Address box 2300. Call office.
HEAD GARDENER, first class, 38. single, sober,
experienced in hothouse (orchids), greenhouse,
bedding, drcoration and landscape work, wants
situation, private place or institution. Address
box 1006. Call office,
IF you are looking for an exceptionally bright
man, woman, boy or girl, call up Kearny Sβ
end ask for The Call's free employment bu
reau: 9 a. tn. to noon.
MIDDLE AGED man, sober, industrious and fair
education wants position at anything: good
references; small pay to start. Box 2063, Call.
MAN and wife wish work on ranch as manager;
best reference*. Box 2033, Call office.
NONUNION carpenter and millwright, unlncum
-1 (nil. vast experience, competent to take
cbfarge, open for enzigempnt, city or country;
only reasonable wages expected. Box 2004,
Call office.
PEAT ENGINEER, with \U years' experience as
superintendent for peat aud moss liver plums
in Sweden. 2 years in Canada and United
States, has good knowledge of testing and sur
veying bogs; can use level instrument and
make up working plans, wants a position. Ad
dress bos 2070, Call ofSce.
RELIABLE man, 33. single, wnnts steady work
of any kind at once: not afraid of hard work:
willing to do anything or go anywhere: email
wages at start. Address box 2047, Cell office.
REFINED man. 33. not strong, would like light
work; small traces at first. Box 2037. Call.
RELIABLE, middle aged single man. some ex-.
perience as bar ttuder in country saloofte,
handling steam lieer. etc., wants Job In city or
country: no objection to porter work: small
wages to start. Phone Kearny 4402, room 0,
or address box 2100. Call office.
SITUATION WANTED ADS tN THE CALL WILL
COST 10c FOR 4 LINES. FIGURING 7 WORDS
TO A LINE.
SCHOOLBOY 20 years old wishes work of any
kind all day until noon. Box 2034, Call.
STABLEMAN or buggy washer, steady and re
liable man of long experience and good refer
ence, requires employment a<! above In town or
country. Box 2040, Call office.
THOROUGHLY competent chanfffrnr, good re
pairer and careful driver. Is open for engage
ment, either garage or private family: will ac
cept reasonable salary to start. Bos 2027,
Call office.
TYPIST and general office assistant, 20. experi
enced, wants position; local references, laet
employer: moderate salary. Box 159<$. Call.
VALRT wants 5 or c hours' momtnic work;
thoroughly understands his duties. Address box
2025. Call office*
WAXTFD—Work by man and wife In a mining
camp; both cooks. Address or call after
7 p. m.. 1250 n'ebster et. .T. M*CORMTCK.
WISH work as janitor or houseman, porter or
night watchman, in or out of town; best of
references. Box ?oOt. Call office.
WANTED—Work on ranch; experienced. Boom
480, Sunset hotel.
YOUNG man wants some kind of employment.
Address hnx ?lf\4. Cal , offW.
YOUNG man looking for honorable employment;
can give best of references; prefers wholesale
grocery establishment. Box 2038, Call office.
YOU.N»; man with Ms own motorcycle desires
position doing delivery work. Address PKTE
VANGCLOS, general delivery. San Francisco.
YOUNG man. 88 years of age. wishes position
of any kind: experienced in miny mechan
ical works. ton. Call office.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
THE CALL'S FRFE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
has some very good openings for bright women
- and girls in various lines of wort. Bring copies
of your references, and we will assist you In
securing a position without charge. Hours,
0 a. m, to noon.
WANTED—KXPEKIKNCKD CASHIE&B AND
WKAPPERS. APPLY SUPT.'S OFFICE FRI
DAY MORNING, 0 O'CLOCK. HALE BROS.,
INC.. MARKHT AND FIFTH STS.
WANTED—CASH GIRLS OF NEAT APPEAR
ANCB WITH SCHOOLING CERTIFICATES.
APPLY Sl/PT.'S OFFICE FRIDAY MORNING.
.9 O'CLOCK. TALE BHOt».. INC.. MARKKT
AND FIFTH STS.
WANT E D—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN
FOR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. AI'PLY
SUPT.'S OFFICE FRIDAY MORNING. 9
O'CLOCK I'VLE BROS., INC., MARKET
AND FIFTH STS.
W ANTE D—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN
FOR DRUG BUN DRIBS DEPARTMENT. AP
PLY SI'PT.'S OFFICE FRIDAY MORNING. 9
O'CLOCK. HALE BROS.. INC., MARKET
AND FIFTH STS.
W A N TED — EXPERIENCED EMBROIDERY
SALESWOMEN. APPLY ST'PT.'S OFFICE
FRIDAY MORNING, 9 O'CLOCK. HALE
BROS.. INC.. MARKET AND FIFTH STS.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER,
FAMILIAR WITH UNDERWOOD MACHINE.
APPLY SUPT.'S OFFICE FRIDAY MORNING.
HALE BEOS., INC. MARKET AND FIFTH
STS.
WANTED—Waitress; good wages; easy place.
817 3d St.
YOUNG ladies as telephone operators bavins: fair
education in grammar and typewriting: must be
25 years of age or over. Bos 2043, Call office.
WANTED —Experienced and artistic woman for
mating paper table decorations. Apply THE
WHITE HOUSE, toy
WANTED —25 salesladies f« waist department.
Apply Friday and Saturday. ARMAND
CAILLF.AT-. 288-238 Grant ay.
WANTED—2S salesladies for suits, gowns, coats.
Apply Friday and Saturday, ARMAND CAIL
LEAU. 888-288 Grant ay.
GET married—Thousands tirert llvintr alone; all
ages. Call or write Mrs. Hyde, 2t>77 Mission st.
WANTED—Stork girl for suit department.
ARMAND CAILLKALi. 233-238 Grant ay.
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.
Seiary of $1.10 per day paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Steiner
■ts., Snn Francisco; telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to 5 p. m.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVY P. V. SYSTEM. Enrol! now. CALI
FORNIA SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING, 967
Market st., second Door, near Empress theater.
MAIE HELP WANTED
WANTED—A neat, tidy, middle aged man to
make himself generally useful In house and
out. Must know how to milk and be handy
and willing at other work. Give particulars
as to self and trafea expected. Address
ORCHARD, box 45. Eden Vale, Santa Clana
county.
WANTED—Boy of about 15 to start in bank;
must be bright end alert, live at home, have
grammar school education or equivalent, be of
neat appearance, good habitK anil character;
local refereucj-s essential: state them in ap
plication. Address box 2071. Call office.
WANTED—Cocks and waiters, bellboys, busboys,
elevator men: male help 'only; no fee charged:
positions secured freer I am placing men in
position* every day; if you are looking for
work, come and see me; I may be able to place
you. Apply after !> o'clock at 10 Anna lane,
downstairs. See MR. DAVtfNPORT.
BOYS —We have permanent positions to offer
for intelligent boys 14 to 16 years of age,
who can give school certificates; the oppor
tunities are excellent, with {rood salaries to
begin. Apply Grant ay. aoj Stockton pi.
SHREVE & CO.
WANTED—Collector, married man; must fur
nish f3,000 bond and best references; steady
position for cleancut man; niuet also be sober;
•475 month; excellent opportunity. Box 1584,
Call office.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED: write for
San Francisco spring examination schednle.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, desk 23 Rochester,
N. Y.
A —WANTED—Steady, reliable, young man' for
permanent place; $75 per month to start: some
capital required. Call 830 Market St., r. 415.
BOYB 15 to 18; outdoor light work: good pay.
Call mornings to 10 o'clock or evenings, room
54. 619 Larfcln et.
GET married —Thousands tired living alone; all
ages. Call or write Mrs. Hyde, 2677 Mission et.
HALF Interest moving picture theater, $450; ex
perience unnecessary. 46 Kearny. room 410.
WANTED —By Bewcia Iron works, an expe
rienced fitter up for disc plow work.
WANTED—Experienced jewelry salesman.
BALDWIN -TKWELRY QO,. "3 Kearny st.
SAILORS, Puget sound and Sydney. SHIPPING
OKFIca, lift Steuart at.
Stale help wasted
Continued w^_
ERRAND boy—Room 326 Russ bldg.; $6 per
week: hours. 8 to 5.
ERRAND ooy waDted. BALDWIN JEWELRY
CO.. 33 Kearny st.
THR CALL'S FREE KMPLOYMENT Bt'RKAi'
has some good positions open for boys and
men in many lines of work. Bring copies of
your references and we will help you ■to
neeure work. Honrs. oa. m. to noon.
MEN WOMEN, learn the barber trad* in.) he
independent; we teach you in 8 weeks and pay
wages while learning: under the Moler system
you learn right; 3,000 positions furnished in
mil- .-all or write. MOI.KR BARRKt fOL
LSOE. 234 3d st. below Howard st. One Moler
colletre in every large city. Don't forget the
number.
AUTOMOBILE drivlne and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57th and Adeline
sts.. Oakland.
PUBLIC service corporation—Position of ceti
eral bookkeeper: must be a thorough and re
liable accountant with experience on {central
books of public utilities; good salary to right
party. Write confidential application, giving
experience in detail with references. B>x
2<V>o. Tall office.
LOCOMOTIVE firemen and hrskeineD for nearby
railroads: $80 to $100 monthly: age 18 to 85;
experience unnecessary; no strike; promotion,
engineer, conductor: railroad employing head
• quarters; over 400 men sent to positions
monthly: state age: send stamp for applica
tion. Railway Association. Box 1617. Call.
WANTED FOR TT. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
married men between ages of 18 and 35: citiaens
of United States, of pood character and temper
ate habits, who can speak, read aid write the
English language. For information apply to Re
cruiting Officer. 660 Market st., San j'ranciseo,
Cal.
LEARN barber trade: may m»k» $7 per week
while you learn. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE.
145 3d st.
MEN and women to learn barberlng: wares while
learning , : see us about tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 700 Howard st.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. near 3d—200
hard finished rooms: larsre reading room: hot
water; rooms 23c a day. $1.25 and $1.50 week.
UNCALLED for and second hand shoes. 75c up;
shoes repaired while waiting. 103 3d st.
SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
EASY MONEY for solicitors. 209 Commercial
bldg.. S. F.. and 20? Blake block. Oakland.
AGENTS WANTED
LAND AGENTS WAITED—
Every community in California, Oregon and
Nevada: either men or women; to sell best
inner harbor subdivision property In Richmond.
Cal.; the Industrial center of the Pacific
coast; exclusive territory given: liberal com
missions: write now for maps, booklets, agents'
lists and all particulars. RICHMOND EAT
SHORE REALTY CO.. 618 Puelsn bldg., San
Fmni-lseo.
PHOTO coupon men: liberal salary and commis
sion 717 Market <=t.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARKER REVOLVING BRACKET
AND STANDING POCKS.
Everybody's doing It. Doing .what? Improv
ing tl.eir business by buying a BARKKK RE
VOLVING FOLK. Over 100 poles sold In San
Francisco In the last 60 days. Sold under a
guarantee and no cost for operation; will run
:i day with one winding. Write for catalogue.
Sold on easy terms.
JAMF.S BARKER. INC.
fM TTRK ST
BARBERS—Protect yourself and family in case
of sickness and in case of death!
Barbers—Ko better opportunity offered. Join
The Burher* , Protective T'nioi* (lie 1. orctaiired
Jan. 13. 1878. *A benevolent society for bart-ers,
employers and eqrplo.ves. We nay $ln per week
sifts h»i#flt, |2.Vi dpflt'' he->eflt. Ores $.\ mo
For particulars call or write R. Oppe-mieim, sec.,
1437 octavia et.. or W. Baron, employment
ccc. "'■ Market st.: pbonp Kearnv ."354.
ACROI.INE is the name "f the absolutely guar
anteed DANDRUFF REMEDY and HAIR
TONIC. Use the best—it pave the best. A
liberal introductory offer with your first ordpr.
DECKKLMAN BROS.. BARBERS , SUPPLILS.
Distributer*
OPPORTUNITY —A pood, reliable man with
$700 to pay down can buy a $1,20© barber
i-ho? with long lease and cheap rent, averaging
f!2.~ a week. Box 5112. Call office, Oakland.
FOR sale—Country bsrber shop. 1 chair, with
pool and bi'liard tables; al«o laundry agency;
in between $40 and $50 per week; price
$t:00. Box 1297, Call office.
$2.<'00 will buy a good paying 5 chair barber shop
iv a live town located in the San Joaquin val
ley. If you mean business, call oa CORDV
HTTCHINSON for partictilara.
A— CAI.. GRINDING WORKS. Si FIFTH ST.;
BARBERS 1 GRINDING A SPECIALTY: OR
IGINATORS OF STRAIGHT EDGE RAZORS
AND I'IGSKTN , STH \PS.
FIRST class 2 chair shop for sale; No. 143 Ko
ken hydraulic chairs; old stand; cash or terms;
investigate. S. L. EARLEY. 1021 Ashby ay..
South lUrkeley
LOCATION for lady barber; locations and shops !
thnt are ch«ap; larfMt stock of barber furn.; 3
kinds of clock poles. 394 Hayes st.
BARBERS' TNION —Free emp. agency. R. H.
BAKER, Sec. 908 Market: tel. Franklin sne-*.
3 CHAIR shop about 20 miles from dry; rent
low: lease: does a fine business: selling at sac
rifice. FOSTER. 830 Market st.
FOR sale—An established 4 chair barber shop
and bath house; cash or reasonable terms
given. Inquire 331~>A Mission st.
FOR sale—Country barber shop and poolroom:
only one in booming town: owner has other
business. A. O. <"IBSON. B'-entwooo'. Pal.
FOR sale —Four chair shop, modern, complete;
ben In city: other business; terms; investi
gate. Box 520. Call office. Sacramento.
—————__________^_____
FIRST CLASS barber for Saturday and Sunday;
steady if suitable. 104 Montgomery ay. near
Kearny st.
FIRST CLASS 4 chair shop for sale: near Mar
ket; 5 year lease; re.nt $30. Inquire 731 Mar
ket 6t.
FIRST class* barber wants weekend job. J.
HORN. 1102 Dlvisadero et. Phoue West 8099.
FOR sale —3 chair shop down town: best loca
tion; cheap rent; $350. Box 2062, Call office.
BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 77.T Mkt. : fei. Kearnr 5J»4.
DON'T waste yonr time end money on inferior
Uair tonics. Use "BAKER'S." ~<o O'Farrell pt
D. M. S. stands for Pn-Pont's man?'; shampoo;
try It. DV PONT MFG. CO.. 4. r >3 I>ouglase st.
BARBER steady for evenings, Saturday and Sun
day. The Star, 2620 Mission St. near 22d.
FOR salr—3 chair shop, with baths; bargain.
Address box C, Call office. Sen Jose.
FOR sale—Barber shop In good location, with
baths. Address 525 Pth !=t., Oakland.
FOUR student barbers wanted steady; good
wiijres made. 145 3d et.
FOR rent— Bnrber shop, completely furnished, at
Melrose depot. G. WYMAN.
MODERN. 2 chair hotel barber shop, with bath.
224 4th et., Santa Rota, Cai.
TWO chair bartn-r shop for sale. 12 Sacramento
St.. near the ferry.
FOR sale—Half Interest in a 4 chair shop. 426
Montgomery aye.
FOR sale—Two chair barber shop; $30. Apply
at 4034 24tb st.
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday aud Sunday.
f!2S Pacific st.
BARBER shop, established Iβ years, for sale.
«22 Front et.
BARBER wanted Saturday and Sunday. 150"
Grant ay.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE—The Call wiii not knowingly print ille
gitimate advertisements. If any reader can
furnish information that any advertisement In
this column is not legitimate, send it to The
Call In confidence, and if found correct the ad
vertisement will be discontinued.
AA—MY wigs and toupees defy detection: private
wig department "Tor gentlemen. 2271 California
St., Mr. Lederer Id charge. Ladles' wig*, trans
formation switches, ISO 9 Fillmore st. Hair
jroodn guaranteed. Firm established 1860.
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN. tnechatto-theriplst. tlec
tric epecialtst; Impaired circulation, nervous
trouble, rheumatism. 757 Pacific bid*.: houra
10 to 6. Sundays 12 to 4; phone Kearny 5343.
A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS—
All disease* cured; strictly confidential; eon
imltution free: hours 10-8, Sundays 10-3. DRS
CHAN ft CHAN HERB CO.. 1916 Slitter et.
101 POST ST.. R. 202—DAILY. 10 A M. TO 9
P. M.: ELECT. TUB VAPOR HERB BATHS:
EAST. MASS. and MANICURE. SUTTER 2043.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
for massage, manual or vibratory: Nauhelm
bath. e26 Hyde st. between Geary and Poet.
MISS JOHANSSON, graduated Swedish mas
seuse; genuine massage. 1075 Gough et. cor.
Ellis.
MISS BKRNAKI). steam baths and electric treat
ment; Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. 21.* i O'Farrell st.. S- F.. office 5.
TUB and steam bathe: massage treatments und
manJeurine. 25 3d St.. apt. C. ne-tr Market.
UP TO DATE bath massage parlors; t-lec. vibra.
treat.: moved from 1012 Fill more to 727 G'-ary.
Drugleea rneta.; elec. light bath, alcohol and o :.
with manip. 1415 O'Farrell; 10-9; tel. W. SOl5.
MBS. STEWAET. mass.; elect, and vib. treats for
ibeum. and nexre*. 1122 Mkt. opp. 7th, t. &
BUSINESS PERSONALS
ContHtofd t
LOUISE PASCO, eastern dkissh«p and elect, rib.
treatment. Rin. 211. 34 Ellis at.: hrs. 10 to 10.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute, SO-VSM Whitney
bldr.. m ffwy rt. MBS. C. ROSE; 10 to 10.
MISS f. ROGERS, late of Chicago. Bumn —■
Scnlj> treatment. Room Wl, 34 Elite wt. y
STEAM and dry hot air bnths for colds and rheu
matism; manicuring. 1114 Pcvipadt-ro st.
CORTKZ—Thermal baths, salt glow, elft>. rib.
915 Van Ne«» cor. Kllis. suite 203: lirs. 11-10.
MISS BELL, grainate masseuse: hrs. Sun. 12-5;
dally 10-9, 407 Wrsthnnk I'Mg.. S3O Market.
Miss f GIBSON, mefeetme: ?■»<•<• Bn d wcalp
treatments. ::» Ellta, mi. '.I<>; hrs. 1-10 p. m.
Hot -•>!• jvTtT- i-i'!i«. "'cr.itni <v! 'rt.atnients.
423 i-'tl) st.. Oakland. Private: no sign.
GERM VN h> rb eoprale for womwi: no operations.
1934 Pncitic ay.. Alunieds, Bay station.
WELLS' MAONSTir AND SCALP TREAT-
VrvTS. lOeS MISSION ST ROOM 50.
CENTRALLY located business, suite wanted by
ri'liahte BUMWOTe. Phone Park 3773.
MASSAGE l>v tratncd nurse: refined patrons only.
1437 Bnchanan st.: hours 12 to 0.
MRS. WISE. VJ:<9 Franklin, apts.,l and 2—Mag
netic treatments: don't ring bell.
TRfNNEL bsth parlors. 049 Webster »t. nr. Mc-
Allister. Hours 10 to 10.
ELECTRIC face and scn.p treatment. 1754 Sut
ter st.; hours 10 to 10. .
PERSONALS
UNHAPPY girls will find a woman friend t*»
help and advise them at 824 Kearny St.. San
Frneism, from 2 to 4 and 8 to 9:30 p. m.
dallr. Telephone Slitter 1345.
MATRIMONIAL
LONELY young man of prepossessing appear
ance and Jolly disposition desires to meet
young lady similarly situated: matrimony II
both" suited. Box 1071. Call office.
MARRY—Thousands tired living nlone: all ages;
call or write MRS. HYPE ?«77 Mission «t.
PARTIES wishing to marry, call or write
MIT LARD V?m Sitter sf : detail* ™ c -
CLAIRVOYANTS
CONSULT PRINCESS ZORAIDA. the genuine
Egyptian clairvoyant: she can tell you e%.
actly what you called for: gives names,
fa.t's: she has no equal; Ella Wheeler Wile.ix
says "All interested In occult science should
see this gifted woman." Special reading. 50c;
hrs. liM): Ho«ed Sun 1«43 FUlroore. nr. Snrter.
AA— PROF. J. E. SHAW,
Genuine clairvoyant, true and reliable, telle
fnll names, gives advice on love, marriage, di
vorce, business, patents, changes, deaths, wills,
deeds, remove* evil influences; reunites sepa
rated. Readinffs 50c. 20 Third st. next Hearst bid.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmist;
a wonderful pronhetese. hours 10 to 10: ladle*
50c. gentlemen $1. llOfl Devisadero near Turk.
Anna Diamond, clairvoyant, palmist, card reed.;
ful] facts revealed. 144." Flllmore; ph. W. 360.
ASTROLOGY
MISS STARR. a.strolngl*t.* reads your full life
sclentiflcHllv S r >K Eddy *t.. F.sffle unartments.
SPIRITUALISM
MRS. CRINDLE-Materializing Friday eve; short
time only. 1243 Fraaklin St.
SOMETHING FOR SOWETHOG
TO EXCHANGE
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\O BPSINFSS FROM \rrFPTED
20,100 oil and mining stock, etc. What have
you? Automobile or motorboat will do.
Buggy, mare, harness and Eetey organ. What
have you? Chickens or motorcycle will do.
Box f>noe. Call office, Oakland.
ONE collie-, one fox terrier and one bull terrier;
handsome ami well bred; gentle, house broken
and fine wat<-h dogs; also 4x5 camera; for
sale or exchange; want hunting doe. gun or
mandolin, or what have yon? No talking ma
chine* wsnted. Box 1536. Call office.
WHAT nave you in exchange for various
of highest grade, brand new speed and regular
cameras and camera supplies and large assort
ment fine toilet sets? Am closing out. Low
priced country real rstate preferred. Ad
drees box 1539, Call office.
HAVE oxy-asoetylene welding plant located In
city of 1.200 Inhabitants, tbe only plant io
county of 30,000; Investment of $1,400; will
make sacrifice, as I hare better business
proposition; what have you to offer in trade?
Box 1548, Call office.
WHAT have you in exchange for $300 equity In
$000 S8 note player piano with 25 roll* of up
to date naneic; rest easy terms; will arrange
transfer; Shetland pony, harness and buggy
• wanted. Ro\ 1."44. Call office.
WILL exchange a new punching bag, boxing
g.:n-f>s, mandolin. No. 2 folding camera, Co
lumbia graphophone, records, small phono
graph and set of pool bails for good bike or
small diamond locket. Box 1530. Call office.
MAKE offer for finely engraved Burgees repeat
ing shotgun; 2 barrels. 28 and 32; elefant con
dition; value $275; a world beater to shoot;
easiest pump action ever made; eVpect equal
value. Box 1534. Call office.
riLI- trade Stevens rifle, pair boxing glove-",
skates, punching bag. accordion, 20x21 draw-
Ing N>ard, rosewood T square, 2 triangles and
curve, ati tn fine condition, for motorcycle.
Box 1609. Call office.
DRESS SUIT, size 38, never worn, coat $40;
also overcoat, size 40, black, silk lined; ex
change for anything a man can use. Box
1557, Call office.
WILL exchange 40 clipless paper fasteners and
10.000 ready made show cards and price tick
ets and 3.000 filters, value $1,000, for good
piano. Box 2."21. Call office.
WILL exchange Oakland city directory, cost
$7.30 and good as new, for latest San Fran
cisco city directory in good Ad
dress box 1541. Call office.
FOR exchange—One oak, brown leather
upholstered settee; also office table 3x6,
leatherette covered, substantial; make offer.
Box IS4O. Tall office.
REFINED couple with excellent reference would
like apartment house to take care of, or would
care for home durltr? absence of owner for free
rental of same. Eox 1543. Call office.
WILL give good trades or part cash for old
or new , firearms and weapons: give true de
scription of what you have and set fair price
and state exchanjre preference. Box 2042, Call.
RIFLE—Have a Stevens "crack shot" 22 caliber
rifle, worth $5: almost new: will exchange for
something worth $2..*>0: boxing gloves, punch
ing bag or other athletic apparatus preferred;
answer. Box 2019, Call office.
FOR diamond ring or stud, course in Interna
tional Correspondence school of engine running;
paid np: two year* to ran; cost $73. Bos
2018. Call office.
FINE trlcolored female collie aged 1£ months, a
prlie winner: trade for 8 months old chickens;
particulars. Box 0114, Call office. Oakland.
ONE parlor stove, with tiled tx>anl, 1 single
wagon; will trade for anything: I can vie,
plumbing material preferred. Hex 20ltf, Call.
HAVE Arnofd vibrator ami I'ed Piwe vacuum
cleaner, both perfect condition: combined caeh
value, $:?o; want to trade for cello. Box 1538,
Call office.
HAVE fine full dress euit. size 38. worn very
little: coat $75 new; will exchange for any
thing of value such as business suit or Jewelry.
Box 1517. Call office.
WILL give big value for small auto that Iβ In
lirat class condition; will trade furniture that
is rented for $10 per month. Box 5106, Call
office. Oakland.
TWO hollow wire gasoline lighting plants; latest
style; new; never need: what have you to
excbensre? Box 2002. Cell office.
EXCHANGE—Rubber- tire piano boi buggy. Do
you want It? Bo* 8088. < "nil office.
WANTED to exchange—Poatage stamps for any
thing: will also buy collection; make appoint
ment for any evening. Box 2022. Call office.
VIBRATOR; wet cell: make offer or exchange
for anything 1 can use. Box 5107, Call office,
Oakland.
SAVOPHON'E. stamp collfftfon. big mu»i<- box,
revolver, clarinet, eHvered statue. In exchange
for one opa! rlnc Bot ir>4.">. Call office.
WHAT have you got to exchange for one-half
of my big stationery and school supply store
on Market St.. value $10,000? Box i<3l. Call.
WILL exchange -camera, I'neket Pttmo, 3tix4V4,
with film pack adapter, for dmiMe barrel
■hnteitn. Address box 50&5. Call office. Oak'd.
WILL trade n heiutiful eucalyptus curtain, vnltie
*!.*, for laying hens of same ralue. Box 5098,
Call office, Oakland.
FOR exchange—Bran new e*eamer trnnk for
larger trunk or hat trunk; will pay-difference.
Rox 15*0. (all offtVe. #
W'»T"LD like to exchange 1 oak bureau and ex
tension table and 6 chairs for business suit.
Bos 2024, Call office.
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