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WESTERN ADDITION AGENCIES
HAM & OSWEGO—
1657 Fillmore street (open until 10 o'clock
every night).
TREMAYNES—
8300 Fillmore street.
R. REGERS -
1318 Fillmore street
EATON'S BAZAAR—
898 Divisadero street, corner Page.
ADLER'S CIGAR STAND—
1501 Divisadero street.
J. H. STORY—
1702 Divisadere street.
THE SMOKERIE—
ISGO Divisadero street.
SHAPR'O'S. INC.—
1303 Folk street near Bush.
BLACK CAT STORE tSTATIONERY)—
2216 Polk atreet.
PARENT'S STATIONERY STORE—
329 Van Vts» avenue.
U HILL—
1415 Jackson street near Hyde.
MRS. I. SANDERS—
Turk street and Vaa Ness aveaaa.
J. A. PAXTON—
California and Divisadero streets.
RIGHTWAY BAZAAR—
422 Presidio avenue.
W. T. CARL—
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213 Octavia street.
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2901 Mlfsion street corner Twe_ty-_ft_.
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McPHKR m SON—
1302 Eighteenth street.
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76 Chenery street.
HEWLETT'S ("ASH STORE—
18 J cost avenue.
RICHMOND AGENCIES
MORRISON'S STATIONERY STORE -
235 Clement street.
SIXTH AVENUE BAZAAR—
610 Sixth avenue, Richmond.
DOCTOR BURNS—
43C0 Judah streat.
ADCOCK'H NOTION STORE—
809 Clement street.
A. STAPLER —
804 Sixth avenue corner Clement atraet.
PARK AGENCIES
HAVES*' STATIONERY STORE
1581 Haight (treat.
P. HAGEN—
800 Stanyan street*
WAI BEL'S—
1487 Haight street.
B. A. HESTER—
608 Stanyan street.
PEATE'S BAZAAR—
1369 Haight street.
ADDITIONAL AGENCIES
JACOBS BROS.—
Sixteenth and Market streets.
N. EISSLER—
1601 Market street.
SUNSET BAZAAR—
1292 Ninth avaaua. Sunset.
A. ERHARD—
8512 Clement street.
J. F. HANLKY —
841 Gclden Gate avenue.
GEO. W. CALVERT—
415 Gough street.
FRISP.EES PHARMACY—
Corner Diamond and Eighteenth streets.
PARKSIDE GROCER—
8001 T&raral street, Parks Ma.
R. W. WAXMAN—
835 Broadway.
F. J. KREJOIK—
3009 Fillmore street near Union.
ELLIS STATIONERY STORE—
407 Ellis street.
MEETINGS—LODGES
CALIFORNIA CHAPTER No. 5. rTa ~~
M.—Special meeting THIS (TUBS- JfctaßL
DAY) EVENING lit 7:30 o'ebx-k at IvJ_JW
21 ".r, Sutter Mt.; P. M. aad M. E. M. lißj
EDWARD* PEABODY. '___*0
MISSION i OMMANDERY No. 41 K. T. «*__■
So aaaembiy THIS (TUESDAY) EVEN ]"SP
ING. By order of Kg
EDWIN W. TUCKER. Em. Com.
A. HAWKSLEY. Recorder.
SAN FRANCIS<» Lodg« No. 360. F. &A. )T"~
M.—First decree THIS (TUESDAY) m*\m
EVENING at 7:3') o'clock. XX
LEW SAWYER. Secretary. /▼*
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. :;<*). F. & A. m
M. —First degree THIS ,TUESDAY i _Jfc_
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock in Fraternal jnjL
ball. I. O. O. F. building, Market and rw\
7tb sts. Masons cordially invited.
EDWIN L. MEYER, Secretary.
PACIFIC I.odge No. 136, F. *A. M., "LT"
1739 Eillnmre St., meets THIS (TIES _JS_
DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock; first IX
..pp. tf 1
GEO. l. DARLING. Secretary.
ORIENTAL Lodge Ha. 144. F. A A. M-- m\
Meeting THIS (TUESDAY; EVENING UfXt
at. s o'clock; first degree. 7_V\
C. D. DOBIE, Secretary. 'Nr
■————^«i^————
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Geld open fsce watch, monogram O. E.
H-. punmetal chabi. Finder will receive sait
reward by returning same to office of LIV
INGSTON BROS.. Grant ay. and Geary st.
LOST—Prize tomcat, name "Mike"; $5 reward;
n,. qure&tona asked. Bring or send to A.
OAULT, SQO-511 ll.ward st.
LOST—Lacij*'s pearl horseshoe diamond pin, G. G.
park. Sunday; reward. l.*;*2A Freelon st.
Lost—Small silver mean bag purse; reward.
711 Scott at
LOST AND FOUND
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law is strict ln requiring them to seek the
" owner, y through a advertisement ( and i other
wise, and i that failure '* to do ; so. if proof .*
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m SaENTIFIC TREATMENTS__
A—FACE AND FEATURE EXPERTS.
The NEW YORK SKIN AND FEATURE
INST., permanently established for many rears
at the NW. corner of Ellis and Franklin st.-.,
." treat wrinkles, sagging, drooping eyelids, hol
low sunken cheeks, misshaped noses, etc. ■■ ?'%""■ '■'•■'■
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
TRAINED NURSE GIVES COLON CLEANSING
FOR CONSTIPATION; ELEC. TREATMENTS:
ELEC. LIGHT BATHS. 406 SUTTER. ROOM
417. - PH. SUTTER 1302. SUNDAY. 10 TO 2.
GRADUATE nurse: elec. light: salt water. Nau
helm baths; ultra violet ray treat, ; for weak
ness. Union Square bid., mi. ; 308 (leaving ele
vator turn to right*. 330 Post si.: Douglas 5383.
GEO. D GILLESPIE, doctor of mechanotherapy,
electric therapy and chiropractic; specialist in
druglesa methods of v treat ing nervous (and
chronic diseases. Room 881, 323 Geary st.
DAMON INST., 454 Eddy st.; ph. Frank. 2181—
. Elec. ' sweat, hot tub bath and scientific 5 mas
- sage, $1.50; lady attendants for ladles. rWe
treat rheumatism, neuralgia A stomach trouble.
THE MARECHAI. NEIL. 321-822-406 BUTTER i
ST.. COR. STOCKTON. SUTTER 2643. V I
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE— Call will not knowingly print ille
gitimate advertisements. .• If any render ' can
furnish information that any j advertisement in
, this column is no's 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
I wig department " for gentlemen. 2271 (California
St.. Mr. Lederer In charge. Ladl«s' wigs, trans
formation switches. 1809 Fillmore st. Hair
goods guaranteed. Firm established 1866.
A —EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS
r All diseases cured: strictly confidential; con
sultation free; hours 10-8. Sundays 10.*.. DRS.
CHAN _ CHAN HERB CO.. 1916 Sutter st.
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN. -Vibratory and electric
specialist: rheumatism, impaired circulation,
nervous trouble. 7.".7 Pacific bid*.: hours 10 to 1
LADIES' bats cleaned, dyed, shape changed to
style. Panamas bleached." blocked; * wholesale,
retail. Greenbaum, 1712 _ O'Farrell: W. 7149.
MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
ment; Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. "215 O'Fan-ell st.„ S. F.. office 5.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few -more engagements
for massage, manual or vibratory: Nauheim
bath. 626 Hyde St.. between Geary and Tost.
GRADUATE of anatomy gives beneficial massage
to select patrons only. 1721 Broadway, Oak
• land. ■-'■•.
ETHEL GEARY, bath massage parlors; clc. v'.b. '
treat. 727 Geary st. Phone Franklin 9.**"03.
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT
MENTS. 1065 MISSION ST.. ROOM 7,7,. ggj 8
MISS JOHANSSON.grad.Swedish mass.; genuine
massage. 1073 Gough St.: houral2 B:Sun. 13-5.
CABINET, vapor . and I tub baths for j colds and
j rheum.; elect, treats. 1114 Divisadero nr. Eddy.
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse; hr«. Sun. 12-5.
daily 10 9. 407 Westtwnk bldg.. 830 Market st.
TUB anil steam baths; massage treatments and
manicuring. - 25 3d St.. apt. ('. near Market.
CORTEZ—Thermal baths, salt plow. elec. rib.
913 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203; hrs. 11-10. S
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse; f ace _j and scalp
treatments. 34 Ellis, rm. 310; hrs. 1-10. p. m.
SULPHUR, steam baths, mass., elec. vib. 2022
Sutter; phone Fillmore 1711. New management.
MRS. STEWART, mass., elect, and : vlh. treats
for rheum, and nerves. 1122 Mkt. opp. 7th. r. 3.
DftUGLESS METH.; elec. light bath, alcohol, oil,
with manip. 1415 O'Farrell: 10 0; tel. W. 8915.
THE CLIFTON—Vapor baths and mass. Inst.;
elec. treat. 1029 Market, office 29-30; 10 to 0.
ELECTRIC therapeutic treatment: tub baths.
BALDWIN _ RAY. '■ 400 Sutter st.. room 312.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute. 531-532 Whitney
bldg.. 133 Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE;a 10 to 10.
Electric blanket baths, chiropody. , Mrs. Robhins.
. 1012 Fillmore, office 17. Hrs. 10-9. j Park 7758.
MISS F. RODGERS, late of Chicago, masseuse—
Scalp treatment. Room 301. 34 Ellis st. ,. . V
GRADUATE masseuse, chiropodist; : first class
work only. 1537 Washington St. near Hyde.
VIBRATORY massage for I face and scalp by
MISS EMERSEN. 1.84 Sutter st. Hours 10 to 0.
LOUISE. PASCOE, eastern massage and elect, vib.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st.; hrs 10 to 10.
GERMAN herb capsule for women; no operations.
1524 Pacific at.. Alameda. Bay; station.
MASSAGE by trained nurse; refined patrons only.
1437 Buchanan st. Hours. 12 to 8. : -'"'■""'""
COMBINGS bought and made up. EXPOSITION
HAIR STORE. 285, OFarre'l st.
■ ■'■■-'- '•.'.. PERSONALS V
J. WILSON, ordained s medium, circle Sunday.
Tuesday. Friday. 61 Haieht st. near Market.
■.'•■■ .' ' ' __i !
M A TRIMOMAL
PARTIES wishing to marry, call or write MRS.
MILLARD. 2200 Sutter; details 25c; W. 4780.
MARRY—Thousands tired living alone: all ages;
call or , write. MRS. . HYDE. , 2077 Mission ■ st.
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__ jPJBTTJDAXgM
MRS. GOETZ, roed., clalr, card, egg rdg.. moved
to 386 Waller: .'Oe-tT- Tel, Market 5289. ".
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.; con. daily. 10-4;
circles Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. S p. m. 1439 Fillmore.
ASTROLOGY J
MISS STARR, astroiogist, I reads | your - full life
scientifically. 553 Eddy St., Eagle apartments.
CLAIRVOYANTS
; ; «©_?; :G_4lE^AM_]) v
THE ONLY AND ORIGINAL.
30 YEARS IN SAN" FRANCISCO. "
World's greatest clairvoyant, palmist, astrol
oger, mental telepathist; will cause [ things |to be
as you desire; tells everything; dates, important
information, all revealed: health, luck, marriage,
business, mining, treasure, lawsuits, evil influ
ences, spells, weak habits, love , troubles, - and
tells full name and every thing you wish rto
know. Hours. 10 to 8.
CONSULTATION " FREE. «
■ -' -■-"•-:■■ 1144 MARKET ST.
FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1. *.*'*■
■MMEo PEL SOU
Tib© c_i®sti wtMutoflri piycMc
dMsrvoymb am {£__}§ ) ©©mtoyc
S©v©eb y®_srs k iMk, - -•: ;-
CALL ON HER AT HER
- qORGEOUB ORIENTAL SALON. 'i
1507 Fillmore st -r~: Phone Fillmore . 2471.
AA— I PROF. J. E. SHAW. 'vYY .-
Genuine clairvoyant, true and reliable, tells full
names, | gives | advice on , love, marriage, ; divorce,
business, | patents, changes, deaths, wills, deeds;
removes evil influences: reunites separated; read
ings 50c; readings by mail, -four questions, $1.
25 Third st. ■ next Hearst » building. . - >.: " *.?. -. -
A—KNOW thy future; consult ' PRINCESS ZO
RAIDA; she has no equal: she tells your name
and exactly what ' you called for * without j ask
ing a question; \ she f has road | for the S most re
nowned people; special reading 30". Hours 10-9;
closed Sunday. < 1848 Fillmore st. near Sutter. -
MISS ZEMDAR, young gifted clalr. and palmist;
a ; wonderful prophetess: | hours 10 to 10; ladies
i 50c, gentlemen 11. 1106 Divisadero near Turk.
VERA (006 Market st. 'opp. Empress theater);
MARSH ( clairvoyant: your name and life reading
50c.: hours 10 to 5; open until I Mon. and Sat.
ANNA DIAMOND, clair.. palmist, card read.;
V foil facta revealed. j; 1122 \ Market - st., NM_ *7.
MRS. WATSON —Card, T egg reading; clairvoyant.
1002 McAllister st. corner :of Buchanan. ': V
MME. . LEONIDA. ? palmist, cards, clairvoyant;
honest readings; mines spec. 948 McAllister st.
ELITE DANCING ACADEMY—SeIect parties
every Wednesday J and Saturday evening. Hi. Old
fsshiooed : danceg ias * well \as the" new. Danc
ing i taught. v New Class 5 now s forming. Acad-
V emy. 140 v Mason < st., Averill * Hall. M *?Y
Y. W. C. A., 1249 O'Farrell st.—Classes in Bible,
\; languages, history, art, r literature, physical
h culture, *.- domestic >■ science, & dressmaking, mil
linery. shampooing and manicuring. * * -
THEO. VAN DER STEGEN. translator of business
Hj correspondence in '< all foreign languages; R m.imi
, scrips, j plays ; written, arq Kearny, { room j 511.
ETHEL COTTON I STUDIO of,' expression, oratory,
a\ after I dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
PIANO without exercises for I beginners: *»l a lea
** 6on. Westbaus '. Studio, 1324 Page; ph. Tk. 7532.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1913.
EDUCATIONAL
FISK TEACHERS* AGENCY. 2181 Saattuck ay.,
Pwtatay, Cal., room 4, Wright block.
PRIVATE art instruction: outdoor sketching or
studio. Box 230.-., Call office. ' '
EMPLOYME>T OFFICES £
AAA—DOUOLAS ttte Home C4f105; be*t Jap
anese, Chines*. Filipino help: all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOTMENT OFFICF. 410 Grant ay.
AAAA—TeI. West 1731. ~~ Home 526U"..
T. TA.MURA & CO.. 1012 Lnguna st.
Japanese-Chinese Employment Offlre.
C. D. KIXXEY. Chinese employment bureau, suc
cessor to J. Conn, "85 Clay at. Phone Douglas
SI 62.
STAR F.mp. offl'-e--Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. lfilO Geary: tel. West 197. S 2700.
AM. Rinds of help furnished with care, dispatch.
West 50KS. OSCAR IIATSUMI. 151*1 C.eary st.
HORI _ CO. —Best Japanese und Chinese help of
all kind*. 1711 Post St.: West 2803. S 2863.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
______ ___ _ FEMALE ■~,_.-_.,_
ALL kinds of embroidery done neatly. 181
Bartlett St., apt. 4. nr. 23d st.
f'AI'AHI.R dress maker nud talloress wants
work, $3 per day at home; remodeling; room
J>l. 14«." Pine st. Phone Franklin _*s!Hi. #
EXPERIENCED young woman arfshaa position,
pood cook and bonseworker, $3 a week; city
or country. Rot 222*1, Call office.
EXPERIENCED chambermaid, willing and
strong, wishes position Id hotel or rooming
bouse. Address Box 2252. Cal) office.
GERMAN-HUNGARIAN lady wishes work by
the honr: 27k per hour; washing or cleaning.
39 Llebig st.
LAI _' wants work for two weeks in exchange for
one housekeeping room; small pay. 1703 Is(h
street.
LACK curtains laundered, 35c up: good work.
Tel. Mission .11%. MRS. RAY. HS27 l«th st.
RELIABLE German woman desires housework
in couniry: plain cooking; waves $3<V Address
911 Howard st.. cor. sth. room 10.
STENOGRAPHER and typist, lady, S years' ex
perience, desires position; salary $30. Pboue
Park ?ISB2. ~~
SITUATION WANT APS IN THE CALL WILL
COST 10e FOR 4 LINES, FIGURING 7 WORDS'
TO A LINE.
WANTED—By n capable woman, general house
work. Phone-Mission 75»9."i.
WANTED —Position in barber shop by first Class
manicurist. Tel, Kranklln 428.
YOUNG lady wishes place as companion or care
of not more than '5 children. Phone Pacific 90.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
.JfcAJjgi
AN advertising manager from New York, lust
arrived Id Frisco, wants position with depart
ment store or any ore doing a large advertis
ing business. Can produce the goods. Address
box 22:?.;. Cal! office.
ALL around butcher, first class, wants position,
no matter where; go any place; &5 years' exp.;
age 38: try nv\ you won't be sorry; a hustler;
Pennsylvania man. WM. S. WEISS'. 125 3d St.
BAR TENDER. German, .'«, single, wants a
steady position with board; country preferred;
don't care for high wages but treatment; ref
erences. Address liox 2118, Call office.
BARRER with 7 nioa. experience would like to
get position and finish learning trade. Address
box 2220. Call office.
BY salesman acquainted with selling of hats and
cßps. having 3 years experience. C. I. S.. 2104
Mission *t
EAR TENDER, willing to do the porter work,
g"o<l and reliable man with good references, de
sires steady position. Address box 212-4. Call.
CHINESE experienced cook wants position in
city or country; references; wages right. Ad
dress by letter. N. •!.. MS 9th st.. Oakland.
CHAUFFEUR, good repair man. seeks position,
town or country. Box 2337. Call office.
CONFIDENTIAL clerk, age 2">. X years general
office experience, seeks a position; willing to
work for advancement; 4 years' chief time
keeper and assistant paymaster large eastern
corporation, having left of my own accord to
work for relatives In S. F.: a resident here the
last 3 years; desirable references furnished;
confidential clerk. Box 2208, Call office.
CflAl TFECR, first class, with 7 years* expert
enca road and shop work; either city or conn
try driving. C. S. RUBY. Hotel Hamlin, 337
Eddy st.
CHAUFFEUR— Young married man wishes posi
tion with private family, city or country: do
all repairs; best of references. Box 2137, Call.
CLERICAL position by man "2 years old, with
good general office and cost accounting expe
rience Box 2128, Call office.
CHAUFFEUR, first class, with 7 years' experi
ence road aad shop work: either city or coun
try driving. C. S. RUBY, Hotel Hamlin. 337
Eddy it.
■■. ■ »
CHAUFFEUR, young insrried man. desires po
sition: Is thoroughly reliable; has been steadily
euiplored; highest local references. Address
box 8041, Call branch, 1637 Fillmore st.
EXPERIENCED chauffeur wishes position; can
drive and take care of any gas car: do other
work if necessary; local ref. Box 2130, Call.
EXPERIENCED dish washer Wishes position,
city or country: references. Box 2123. Call.
FIRST CLASS automobile mechanic wants posi
tion; does not talk English. A. MAMEDOFF,
VTI Rhode Island st.
GARDENER, strictly sober, experienced ln all
lines, flowers, regetablrs. fruits and care of
private place, good horseman, practical poul
tryman: good reference. Box 2220. Call.
GENTLEMAN with experience, speaks Spanish
and Italian fluently, understands French and
Portu#u"se, desires position; Al references.
Box 2134. Cell office.
HEAD GARDENER. Srst class. 38. single, sober,
experienced ln hothouse (orchids), greenhouse,
bedding, decoration and landscape work, wants
situation, private place or Institution. Address
box 2182, Call office.
HORSE shoer. sober, steady, floor and fireman,
capable of taking charge of shop, wants post
tion. Box 2120. Call offlre.
I WILL give *$50 for n position as receiving or
delivery clerk for a steamship line; have served
In that capacity for 12 years with One of the
largest lines east: have excellent reference.
Box 223.-.. Call office.
I WILL give $-10 for a position as receiving or
delivery clerk for * stpamshlp line; havo served
in that capacity for 12 years with one of tha
largest lines east; have excellent reference.
Box 2233. Call office.
LANDSCAPE gardener, etc., strictly sot*--, ex
perienced fn all lines, flowers." vegetables,
fruits and care of private place, gocxl refer
ences from the best city people, wishes stc-j.ly
position. V. GIANT. 49 Bannam place.
MAN. speaking German. French. English and
Sp-inisii, knowing all Central American repub
lics, v.-ant* to travel with prospector or any
other branch of business. Box 2315, Call office.
MIDDLE aged man. gardener, would like a posi
tion to take care of horses aud milk cows.
Box 2290. Call office.
MAN middle aged, temperate, educated; baa
he'd, responsible positions; not strong physi
.cally; small family; needs work badly; watch
man; anything. Box 2224. Call oflfce.
PAINTER, paperhanger. tinter, wants work
from owners: good work: reasonable: has all
tools. 1032 Capp st. Tel. Mission 08]8.
POSITION as engineer or first class fireman;
expert oil burner. Address box 2229. Call.
RANCH 'hand, American, age 43, wants a steady
position; good all around man on a ranch; thor
oughly understands raising chicks and feeding
laying hens to get best results; handy with car
penter or any kind of tools. Box 2247. Call.
STENOGRAPHER desires position: 3 years' ex
perience; experienced In bookkeeping, time
keeping, collecting, general office work; Al
references. Box 2270, Call office.
SOBER, reliable, middle aged man to learn to
tend bar and do porter work; not afraid of
work. J. X.. box 2110. Call office.
SITUATION wanted by good, steady and sober
carpenter as foreman; reads blueprints like A
B C; city or country. Phone Market 1198, or
drop card 1130 Mission St.
situation wanted ads in the call
will cost 10c for 4 lines, figuring
7 words to a line.
TAILORING—First class ladles' and gent's stock
cutter wants situation; good reference. Box
2225. Call office. '
UNIVERSITY postgraduate wishes position as
clerk, salesman, collector or suitable position
with responsible firm; best of references from
reliable business men and professors. 1632
Berkeley way, Berkeley.
UNIVERSITY graduate ln mechanical and elec
trical engineering, with business and engineer
ing experience, desires any position with a fn
ture. Address box 2234. Call office.
WANTED —Position as clerk or stenographer by
man of 33; capable, willing worker, quick and
accurate In figures; experienced in machinery,
banking and commercial pursuits; city or coun
try; salary moderate. Address D. D., 13X3
Gough st.
YOUNG man. age 26. 9 years' experience as
stenographer, office and road salesman, whole*
1 Sale lumber, fast stenographer and typist.
write good band, can keep books; references
first class. If you want a good man and will
pay reasonable salary, please answer. Box
2114. Call office.
YOU furnish paper and I'll paper your rooms
cheap; expert paper hanger. Box 2307, Call.
YOUNG German, single. 22. speaks English,
wants position as chauffeur; good mechanic,
careful driver: local references. Box 2141. Call.
THE FILLMORE BRANCtt 9t THB CAuTu
AX 1657 riLLMOBE ST.
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AAA—Telephone operators. Permanent positions
for all young women and pills.
Salaries from $1.10 to S3 per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of $1.10 per ail paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. I'ine and Steiner
sts., San Francisco; telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. in. to 5 p. m.
WANTED—Experieneued makers and apprentices
for millinery department. Apply at superin
tendent's office, THE EMPORIUM.
LADY between 25 and 30 years of age, neat and
of go.*l disposition. Without encumbrance, as
housekeeper and to <*arc for two motherless
children. Address I.ox 2272. ("nil office, or
call at branch office Call, 074-Valencla st.
LEARN HAIBDRES3INO—The FAMOUS PEAVY
(P. V.) SYSTEM; enroll now. CALIFORNIA
SCHOOL of HAIRDRESSINO, Wi Market St.,
second floor, near Empress theater.
LADIES and girls to tint pillow tops at home; $6
to $60 per dozen; experience unnecessary' nt
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS'N, 027
Broadway. Oakland, room 83. 10 to 4 p. in.
LAW stenographer, with experience; permanent
position; salary $50 per month. Address box
2322, giving phone address, Wednesday morning
(a holiday..
WANTED—Two neat young Indies who are will
ing to work for large re:urns; steady employ
ment to right parties. Call 323-634 Muirheed
bldg., 1278 Market st.
A—WRITE motion picture plays: great demand:
good pay; we'll teach you. Address UNITED
PLAY ASS'N. San Francisco.
WANTED—AII coat finishers that have been In
my employ; also new bands: apply between 0
and 10. W. BARON. 118 Geary st.
EXPERIENCED wrappers wanted, chocolate or
c-.ndy. BOLDE.MANN CHOCOLATE CO., 26
Bluxome st.
WANTED—Young ladles to train for nurses;
paid while learning. Call 627 Brush at..
Oakland.
GERMAN elr! or lady for I year boy; light
housework; good home; $10. Box 2140,- Call.
GET married—Thousands tired living alone; all
ages. Call or write Mrs. Hyde. 2677 Mission st.
EXPERIENCED operators on scut*' dress shirts;
work given out. 1037 Valencia st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 165T FILLMORE ST.
KNOX. 1205 Call bldg.—Suits, liens, attachments;
time Checks cashed; debts collected everywhere.
MEN start in tl»e mall order busi
ness auywfiere. I started with an Idea and
$100 and made six hundr«d aud fifty thousand
dollars in IS months. tall you what to do
and now to do it. Don't be a wage slave;
get ont of the rut; get grit; get backbone;
Wake up and start now. Write and learn of
my money making mail order plana. My great
free book. "How to Achieve Mail Order Suc
r-i <s." tells all about my own achievements
and how I equip, teach >nnd get yo,i started.
Tills book tella how to quickly start in your
home, while otherwise employed. It ts a
B line to a large Income. Send for my new
free book and start making money now. Ad
dress President. Mall Order School. Suite 2558,
Breeht bldg,. Denver. Colo.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN
for nearby railroads; Wages $80 to over $100
monthly: promotion to engineer, conductor;
age 18-35; experience unnecessary; railroad
employing headquarters; rushing business;
thousands of men employed mnnthlv; state
age; send stamp. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION,
box 2188, Call office.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodied un
matrled 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, 600 Market at., Sau Francisco,
Cal.
FREE Illustrated book tells of about 300,000
protected positions ln U. S. service; thou
sands of vacancies every year;, there is a big
chance here for you, sure and generous pay,
lifetime employment; Just ask for booklet
T-414; no obligation. EARL HOPKINS,
Washington. D. C.
WANTED—By a large advertising concern, 2
neat appearing young men who are not afraid
to do a day's work; our advertising system cov
ers the entire United States; If yon are a
hustler and desirous of obtaining steady em
ployment call at rooms 323-324. Mulrhead bulld-
Ing. 1278 Market st. _.
WANTED—Men and women to qualify for gov
ernment positions; several thousand appoint
ments to be made next few months; full In
formation abont openings, bow to prepare, etc.,
free; write Immediately for booklet G-414.
EARL HOPKINS. Washington. P. C.
MACHINERY salesman; must have a practical
knowledge of machinery ln all Its brnnches;
nu:.st not necessarily be a young man: a bond
will be required; also references: all appli
cations must be made In writing. H. S.
WHITE MACHINERY CO.. 650 Brannan st.
RAILWAY rnsUl clerks wanted; $000 first year,
promotion to $1,800. Examinations May 3 In
every state. Common education sufficient with
my coaching. Full Information free. Write
for booklet V 414. EARL HOPKINS. Wash
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LEARN the barber trade in the only legitimate
colleges in the world; schools and shops ln all
large cities; wages paid while learning; beware
of places unfair to union labor. MOLER BAR
BER COLLEGE. 234 3d St.. San Francisco.
AN all around repair machinist; must be sober
and must be a mechanic; no others need ap
ply; all applications must be made in writing.
H. S. WHITE MACHINERY CO., 650 Braft
, nan st.
WANTED—Man with services and $200: expe
rience unnecessary; must be sober: make $30
weekly, with chance to learn good trade;
handle your own rootiey. Box 2294. Call office.
WANTED men to learn barber trade; new
school, new system: cheapest, quickest and
-best; Investigate now. BRISCOE BARBER
COLLEGE. 755 Howard st.
DON'T work for others. Start mall order busi
ness at home. I made $8,500 first year. I
will show yon how. Instructive booklet free.
VOORHIES, Desk fIOO. Omaha. Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. near 3d—200
hard finished rooms: largq reading rdofa; hot
water; room 25c a day; $1.25 and $1.50 week.
$100 WEEKLY profit. Start in business for
yourself, don't worry about capital: no ex
perience. BOYD H. BROWN. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED—Men to learn care, driving and repair
ing of all makes of cars and trucks; business
and salesmanship also taught. 312 Gough st.
WANTED—AII ladies-;, tailcs that have been In
my employ; also nsw hands; apply between 9
and 10. W. BARON. 118 Geary at.
PARTNER in manufacturing; can make $150 per
month each; experience unnecessary. 502
Washington st.. room 54.
WANTED—Organisers to solicit members and
organize lodges. ORDER OF -OWLS, South
Bend. Ind.
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57th Snd Adeline
sts., Oakland.
AUTO TRUCK driving and care taught; day and
evenings; special courses arranged. 1841 Mar
ket *t.
5,000 men can get a 5c shave, 10c hair cut; no
waiting: 15 Chairs; clean service. 145 3d st.
LEARN barber trade free: make money while
learning. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st.
MAKE $1 an hour- classes and by mall. S. F.
SHOW CARD SCHOOL, 915 Van Ness ay.
FIVE men wanted to learn automobile driving in
' one week, guaranteed; $10. 20 12th st.
GET married—Thousands tired living alone; all
ages. Call or write Mra. Hyde. 2677 Mission st.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL* BLAKE'S
BAZAAR, 1108 VALENCIA ST.
SALESMEN AND SOLICITOBS
SALESMEN—S3,OOO death benefit. $25 weekly
Indemnity for either nceldent or sickness; lib
eral hospital and emergency provisions; old
line company: $800,000 assets; $250,000 in
surance deposit; selling this policy for a lim
ited time only at $10 per year; chance of a
lifetime for producing agents Address, with
references. L. B. HMUTZ, U. S. Mgr.. 201 N.
7th St.. St. Louis. Mo.
SALESMAN, experienced in any line, to sell gen
eral trade, in California; unexcelled specialty
proposition: commission contract: $35 w«-ekly
for expenses. THE CONTINENTAL JEWELRY
COMPANY. Cleveland. Ohio.
SALESMEN wanted; no experience required; earn
while you learn; write (or callj for list of po
sitions open paying $1,000 to $5,000 a year.
National Salesmen's Training Association. 4648
I'iielan building, 8. F. Branches everywhere.
SALESMAN, permanently or in spare time, to
sen lots in Bartley Tract. Palo Alto; $300: all
Improvements. O. O'BRIEN REDDIN, 230 Pbe
lan bnllding.
WE have a good opening for subscription solici
tors; permanent. MOTOR LIFE PUBLISHING
COMPANY. 514-10 Pacific building.
WANTED—A lady solicitor: one familiar with
printing business preferred. Room 114, 787
Market st.
FEW capable women solicitors wanted. Apply
at 631 Phelan building.
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AGENTS WANTED
SALESMEN and agents read this—We want rep
resentatives in every city for Robinson's in
visible tie clasp; cleverest clasp ever invented:
demonstration means a sale; Inventor sold 5.000
at electric show in Boston: every man and
woman wants one; biggest money making prop
osition out: send in cents for sample and
terms. Address INVISIBLE TIE CLASP CO..
4948Bro\vn St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED. AG BINTS— legitimate substitutes for
slot machines: paiented; sells on sight for $1.
Particulars, GISHA CO., Anderson. Ind.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARBER'S back work stand made for 3 chairs,
with or without mirrors, cheap: Barker vi
brator, large pole with colored glass top.
1322 East 27th st.
BARBER trade taught free; opportunity to
make money while learning. Call or write
INTERNATIONAL BARBER SCHOOL, 700
Howard st.
BARBERS' union—Free emp. agency. R. n.
BAKER. Sec. 006 Market; tel. Franklin 858::.
BARBERS. ATTENTION:
OAKLAND OFFICE, THE CALL,
1540 BROADWAY. PHONE OAKLAND 1083.
HAVE $100 cash for nt least I chair steady shop
in city or country; will assume; give full par
ticulars honestly." Box 6ow,'->, Call, Oakland.
FOR sale, at a bargain—l chair barber shop;
fine paying business: cheap rent; good lease.
Call 571 Pacific st. after 12 p. m.
FIRST ('LASS barber wanted as partner in first
clasw barber shop. Inquire Washington Hotel
Barber Shop. 348 Grant ay.
I WOULD like to get a position in some good
bnrber shop to finish trade; age 22. 811 Turk
St.; phone Franklin 7350.
FOR sale—4 chair h. d. barber shop; price $500;
fine location for Greek or Italian. Apply at
Call office, Oakland.
TO let —Storeroom for barber shop; good lo
cation, adjoining poolroom; rent reasonable; at
242 Clement st.
GOOD CHANCE—Two barber chairs, the latest
kind, and one wash-stand cheap. Call at 1154
Folsom st.
HALF interest ln good 4 chair transient barber
shop; no dealer; pay to investigate. Box 2355,
Call office. ■
DON'T waste your time and money on Inferior
tools; get tbe beat. At BAUER'S, 59 O'Far
rell »t.
BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.; tel. Kearny 5384.
LEARN barber trade free; make money while
learning. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 143 3d st.
BARBER, first class, wants good country job.
Address 1724 San Pablo ay.. room 26. Oakland.
FOR sale —2 chair shop, newly furnished; fine
location; $175. Address Box 2140. Ca'l office.
TWO barbers wanted for Saturday from 10 to 6
o'clock, $3 each. 45 Post and 535 Market.
4 CHAIR shop near fair site; rent $25; lease;
elegant fixtures; will estab. Foster, S3O Mrkt.
SNAP —3 chair barber shop; long lease; cheap
rent: in wholesale district. Box 2304. Call.
GOOD, steady barber, married, wishes Job in
country. Address box 2303, Call office.
GOOD bootblack Wanted for barber shop. 22 Till
man place near Grant ay. and Sutter.
$10<» —One chair shop; good town 95 miles from
San Francisco. Box 2155, Call office.
BARBER wanted at 1052 Divisadero st.
BOOTBLACK wanted for barber shop. 7 7th st.
GOOD, sober barber wants steady position, city
or country. Box 2300. Call office.
BARBER wanted; must be good man; steady
work. 419 Bth st.. Oakland.
FOR sale —Half Interest in new shop; will open
this week. 173 6th st.
WANTED—First class barber, steady. 1712 La
guna st. near Sutter.
$40 for 2 chair barber shop; must sell. 4034 24th
st. near Castro.
THREE chair shop, 409 Gough St.; 3 hydraulic
chairs.
FOR sale —Half Interest ln 10 cent barber shop.
237 4th st.
BOOTBLACK—Good home. 055 Larkin st. corner
Post.
SOMETHING FOR SOMETHING
TO EXCHANGE
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
THE CALL will run your advertisement free
for one week \p this column —you pay 2c for
each answer recelted—no answers, no pay.
Bring your ad». to THE CALL office, not mora
than 30 words; it will be published one week
free. No letters mailed In the city.
All answers will be received and distributed
through THE CALL'S office. Third and Market,
or our Oakland office, 1540 Broadway, Oakland.
For every letter in answer to your advertise
ment you are to pay THE CALL 2 cents. Your
adv. is published one week.
THIS OFFER IS FOR MISCELLANEOUS AR
TICLES AND DOES NOT APPLY TO REAL ES
TATE EXCHANGES OR CASH TRANSACTIONS.
NO BUSINESS FROM DEALERS ACCEPTED.
$100 Mission style Davenport and double bar
relled hammerless shotgun, both practically
new; Coal oil heater, kitchen table, kitchen
ware; exchange for phouograph, typewriter,
field glasses, guitar books or cash. Box 6048,
Call office, Oakland.
WANTED—To exchange an 8 year old, bay mare,
weight about 1.000 lbs., free and gentle, worth
$73, for a Jersey cow young and fresh ln milk.
Address box 2308, Call office.
HAVE 5,000 shares In good local company, elec
trical window cleaner, will trade for good mo
torcycle (must be good), or for a good horse.
Box 2077, Call office.
WILL exchange small glze lady's coat and a lot
of Victor phonograph records, also a pistol and
telegraph key for small diamond locket or nice
baby buggy. Box 2312, Cal) office.
MAUSER automatic, latest model sporting and
military pistol and carbine, 10 shot. Whit
have you? Address box 2087, Call affice.
WILL exchange one 3 bp., 4 cycle stationary or
marine gas engine, ln good order, value $33.
for 1 4 cyl. high tension magneto. Box 2314,
Call office.
WILL trade small Victor phonograph with rec
ords, or Tuxedo suit and overcoat. .''o-8, for
good bike or lady's locket and chain. Box
2311. Call office. __
WANTED—Couch, couch covers, furniture or
bedding in exchange for banjo and 50 ft. AI
garden hose aud fittings, both first class condi
tion. What have you? Box 2070. Call office.
WHAT in exchange for ladles' and gents' im
ported saddles aud bridles: also rubber tired
runabout and harness? Box 2103. Call office.
WANTED—Compartment or wardrobe trunk; also
small portable or standard typewriter In ex
change for evening dresses; give particulars.
Box 2098, Call office.
TO exchange—Physiological manikin. White*
New York make: very complete; bargain for
physician or medical student; original cost
$100; trade or sell cheap, what have you?
Box 2061, Call office.
WILL exchange gold necklace, cost $40. for
ladles' handsome coat, or furs, of equal value.
Also unique gentleman's watch charm to trade;
must be seen to be appreciated. What have
you? Box 2258, Call Office.
NEW Victor Vlctrola, manogany. 14 record al
bums, gold plated sound box. arm neck, cost
$200; Red Seal Victor and Colombia records,
cost $85; exchange for diamond or Jewelry.
Box 21U5. Call office.
14 hp. motorcycle engine, magneto, tank, frame,
etc., with extra engine, all machined up; cost
$750: will exchange for late modal auto of
same value. Box 4305, Call office.
FOR exchange—2 high grade landscape painting*
on canvas, beautiful scenery, not framed, worth
$100 each, for anything of value. Box 2037,
Call office.
MACHINE and formula for making a pound of
batter from a pint of milk, medical battery
and camera to trade. What have you? Box
0041, Call office. Oakland.
DRESSMAKING or any sewing in exchange for
trunk or lady's clothing No. 40 to 42. Box
2116, Call office. .. j
SOMETHING FOB SOMETHING
TO EXCHANGE
Continued —
NEW stock of salable merchandise (used every
where! costing wholesale $545. to exchange
for auto, diamonds or what have you? Box
2286. Call office. -
WILL exchange fresh water pearl Jade necklace,
also lady's long coat (about 38», for good
loCket and chain or small solitaire. Box 2254,
Call orflce.
I HAVE ■ hand vacuum cleaner and a good
sither. both brand new. In exchange for a
typewriter. Box 220«. Call office.
EXCHANGE tan overcoat size 40. cost $37.50.
for a good watch. Address box 2000. Call.
EXCHANGE $50 Victrola giaphophocie, cabinet
and 4 dosen rerords for horse or farm tools, i
$95 value, or what have you? Box 2097. Call. |
LARGE trunk, auto coat. 6xB new camera with
5x7 extra back. 15 plate holders, lot carpenter
tools, 6 or 4 cylinder nnisparker. What have
you? Box 2253. Call office.
BUTCHER'S icebox. 6xB ft., built to order. In
sections, easily removed: will trade for any
thing of value. What have you? Box 2201,
Call office.
WHAT have you to exchange for the use of a
complete I. C. S. Spanish language course, con
sisting of phonograph. 25 records, and Instruc
tion books? Box 2056. Call office. |
WILL exchange fine pedigreed angora male «t.
vaiue $25, for dining room extension table;
other angoras for what have you? Address box
2059. Call office.
ELECTRIC sign "Dancing. " both sides worth
$100 new; what have you to trade; ready
to pnt up. supports and chains complete. Box
2143. Call office.
14 b. p. motorcycle engine, magneto, etc., with
extra engine, all machined up, cost $750, ex
change for atuto. l'«. ton truck, lots, or what
have you? Box 2004. Call office.
WHAT have you to offer for a good 16 Inch
electric fan? Cost few mouths ago $25. Ad
dress Box 2099, Call office.
NEW $250 multigraph aud stand. What have
you to offer? Box 20i>9. Call office.
DARK, fast driving norse, gentle, suitable for
ladles' driving; would like to secure good
home for him. What have you to offer? Pre
fer runabout. Address box 2100, Call office.
I HAVE about 200 rare books. What have youT
Address box 2101. Call office.
BEEBB indelible check protector, new; cost $40; j
absolutely safeguards your cheeks; want binoc
ular, oak sectional bookcase, 13 inch vertical
filing cabinet, county maps or tailoring. Box
2000, Call office.
AUTOMOBILE runabout, Just overhauled, to ex
change for motorcycle. Box 600. Call. Oakland.
WHAT have you ln exchange for one large hand
some orgnn. suitable for church work; one
gent's clothes closet, paneled, medium size; one
oak paneled double wall bed. clipper mattress?
What have yon? Box 2*281. Call office.
WHAT h.-.ve you in exchange for one wide couch.
almost new; one solid oak corner cabinet or
bookcase, glass doors? What have you? Box
2281. Call office.
TO exchange—A high grade bicycle with com
plete equipment, including carbide lamp, born,
pump, tools, etc.; also 1 Columbia graphaphone
and 25 records; all in flue shape. Box 2088,
Call office.
WHAT have you in exchange for one new Re
gina, model A. pneumatic cleaner and tools:
one oak roller top desk, 54x30 Inches, paneled
back? What have you? Box 2251. Call office.
TO exchange—Pearl Inlaid mandolin, worth $35.
What have you? Box 6092. Call office. Oakland.
HAVE a rubber tired buggy and sulky; what
have you to exchange? Box 2126, Call office.
HAVE 5.000 good shares in local company, in
corporated, to trade, part or all, for good
launch or automobile. Address box 2104, Call.
WILL exchange house repairs or other service
for Small store ln good location. Box 2102,
Call office.
WHAT am I offered ln exchange for good rubber
tire buggy, fitted with removable canvas top.
for country use? Box 2060, Call office.
$90 set Encyclopedia Britannlca and bookcase
to trade for 2 or 3 bp. electric motor, fresh
cow or good horse. Box 2072. Call office.
HAVE a good 4x5 folding camera to
for repeating rifle, 22 caliber or larger: or
what have you? Address box 2049. Call office.
WILL give camera, watch or cash for 12 inch
disk talking machine. Box 2095, Call office.
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TYPBW-tITERS ANP SUTTTJ-UI /„
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt typewriters
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers inspected and rented; ribbons for all ma
chines: carbon papers and office supplies. 307
Bush st.; phones Douglas 4113, Home C 2510.
REBUILT $100 Rem. or Smith Prem. typewriter;
No. 2 guar.. $36; $3 per mo. L. & M. ALEX
__ ANDER, 512 Market. L. C. Smith _ Bro.. vis.
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange. 1435 Broadway,
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriters.
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AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES
All correspondence win be answered promptly
by the following advertisers:
We are equipped to do all kinds of machine,
blacksmith, trimming and woodwork. We make
foredoors for all makes of cars. We can make
jour oid car look like a 1913 car.
So P. AOT®
MHfONB MAIRSCET 2M2
115© VALE-MCHA ST.
BIG BARGAINS
1912 R. C. H.
1912 Bulck.
1912 Paige Detroit.
1011 Abbott Detroit.
1911 Stevens Duryea.
1010 Wlnton.
O'.dsmobile snap.
All overhauled and In first class condition.
DON LEE.
512 Golden Gate ay.
Phone Franklin 657.
FOR sale—l depot trap. 4 seared; rear seat can
be removed, giving good carrying space; this
rig was made to order at a cost of $550: prac
tically new; will sell cheap. Also 1 Victoria
5 passenger trap, cost $450; practically new;
will sell ch»ap. Also a Fraaler breaking cart,
cost $85; practically new; price $25. or will
trade for anything of equal value. A. C.
HULL, 12th and Oak sts., Oakland; phone Oak
land 1333.
look:
BUICK 5 pass., 40 h. p.. 1911. foredoor; per
fect condition; Just from east aud must sell; rea
sonable. Address 1439 Golden Gate ay.
OTTO BAUER—RADIATOR LAMP REPAIR CO.,
648 POLK ST., 8. F. SPECIALISTS IN RE
PAIRS OF LAMP AND RADIATORS. PRICES
RF.AB.: WORK STRICTLY GUARANTEED.
5 PASS. Stoddard-Dayton. S700: 5 pass. Over
land, $650; 5 paas. new Howard. $800: 5 pass.
Hudson, $650. CASWELL AUTO CO.. 145
Hayes st.
1 SAMPSON, 5 passenger. 98 hp.; this car xvas
used as a demonstrator: cost $1,450: will sacri
fice. Also 1 Courier 30 hp., cost $1,260; will
sacrifice. A. C. Hull. 12th and Oak sts., Oak
land; phone Oakland 1333.
DURABLE DAYTON AUTO TRUCKS.
Owing to change in agency, we have a number
of 2 and 4 ton trucks for *ade; liberal discount.
MOTOR DRAYAGE CO.. 633 Stevenson near 7th.
WANTED—Second hand automobile; must ba in
good condition: give full particulars, lowest
cash price. Box 2323. Call office.
OCR rebuilt automobiles are no higher and you
buy from people who know. W. O. HARRISON.
Van Ness ay. and Post st.
f$ A,Uo - buggy, cheap. :*_s SaDchest.
i hik, fr. Market. QUAST ft SON.
WE buy, sell, rebuild, all kinds of autcs. Va
lencia Machine Shop. 13J Valencia. Mkt. 6041.
ALL kinds of used automobiles for sale at low
est prices. Eastern Auto Exchange. 312 Gougb.
AUTO lamps and horns, sample line, selling
cheap. BOESCH LAMP CO.. 1133 Mission st.
WANTED—Parts of a 1004 Ford nuto engine.
Write to box 344, St. Helena. Cal.
ONE Packard truck with one year's work. Phone
Mission 5466.
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AAAA—MONEY LOANED ON AUTOMOBILES
AT BANKING RATES
C E HERRICK. INC..
615 Merchants' Ex. bldg. Phone Douglas 1359.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
1913 Twin Excelsior, in chain or belt, $265;
Excelsior, siaglc cyl., ln chain or belt, $215.
1 Bents & Baumgardner, 1048 Market, op. 12th.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
*"i ".."V'-V Y''''.-'Y-,C o n<litned;-:'..-_:__ _____ r -.'■__■."
R. S.i Pierce.' Emblem; ro«rorc>-Mes and
Cal. agt.. J. T. BILL. 357 Golden Gate .iv.S.F. ■ ,
"SEWING MACHINES ; h
ALL makes ■ sold, repaired, rented. McNALI.Y.
jMM ', Mission • nr. - 23d. ' Phone - Mis. • 202. M-i...^
PIANOS to buy or rent; lowest figures, easy :'.'
& terms. *\ STATHAM'S. 24 Hill st. nr Valencia ,-.
I and 22d. manufacturers' agents; teL Mission ,
>*'-. 4782. Tuning, repairing: factory prices. . .
A—-FINE assortment of pianos to rent. 10c a daj.l|pf|
U SCOTT-CURTAZ. moved ;to 521 ' Hayes st. . ,
PIANOS to rent; no cartage. BY BOM MAUZY.
Gold Medal Pianos. 250 Stockton st. ',"* .;-; ' -
FURNITURE FOR SALE _____
FREE--Furnished . : looms, Housekeeping Rooms,
Rooms ,- With Board. To Lot and ' For Sale sign*
given away to want ad patrons. Ask the clerk
for one when you insert your advertisement.
FURNITURE WANTED
J. ROEDEFLLD buys and sells second hand desks
library and office furnishings; complete stock
Y always on band. ' ,8-55 Mission st. between 4th
and sth; phone Sutter 1200. ,". _,
L VINCENT.' auctioneer. 601 McAllister St.; tel.
- Home 53404. Park 1809, pays the highest price ,
for furnished houses, flats, etc.: "spot cash. .
BOATS AND ENGINES,"_i-__
WANTED—Houseboat: particulars; also launch
V hulls; send photos. 612 Fell: tel. Market 3396.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
GAS stoves, gas water heaters, coal stoves;
;,, second hsnd. but thoroughly rebuilt and re- ■
paired; bargain prices. GAS AND ELECTRIC ;
* APPLIANCE CO.. 441 Sutter St.. next to tha ;
'•; gas . company. *" . ""- ..'■-.' . I
:; CASM imOSTMS -V I
SEE US BEFORE BUYING. Big stock see- ..jjjg|
.; end hand Nationals, guaranteed, cash or time. —%
CASH MERCANTILE CO.. 247 PINB ST. . :i y
FREE Furnished Rooms, Housekeeping Rooms, r
Rooms With - Board. -To Let and For ' Sale ~
signs given away to want ad patrons. Ask the
clerk for one when you insert your . advertise- j
ment. : "-\"'v :*■- ■-"■•■:'- •-"■■■. .'•-' ■'.'■- :*.-'
FOR SALE—NEW and SECOND HAND earonj ' .
; and pocket billiard tables, bowling alleys and
accessories; bar fixtures of all kinds: easy pay
ments THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLEN- :
DER CO., 767-769 Mission St.. San Francisco. ;
HATCHING eggs; Cook's Buff Orpt.. Light Brah
. ma, four different strains; Nortrup bl. Minorca,
Tompkin R. I. Reds, W. Leghorns, cockerels,
cocks; orders booked for baby chicks. 280 28th
Yst. near Sanches. -.'"■''-'*"■'.,'.■;■"" *'. .--•:'-•-- *• ■
ALL SIZES SECOND RAND WATER PIPE. :\
Best quality standard water pipe ; and screw
casting; guaranteed good as new; prompt ship- ,
ment. WEISSBAUM PIPE WORKS. 131 11th.
: V . SECOND HAND PIPE. *
Largest dealers in : standard pipe and screw cas- •
ing: dipped: prices right: guaranteed first class.
PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main and Howard sts.
HIGHEST price paid for old buildings. | RAPID
... WRECKING CO., 115 Church at.; phone Mar
ket 8264. '-..* ..- " V -" ' " ' " ( '
NATIONAL electric ticket thrower cash register;
--- also detail and total adder; cheap. 579 Mc-
Allister st. - -
CASH REGISTERS bought, sold, exchanged or
repaired. ROYAL NOVELTY CO.. 604 McAl
lister st. ,"' , : - '--:;-,. -.---.;*'" --.- _____ .
EDISON AGENCY, moving picture machines and -
stereopticons. CEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st.
CUMMIN'S postage stamp protector will Insure
against stamp thieves. C. E. Sturgls. 602 Mis.
SAFES, new and second hand, cheaper than ever.
THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 126 Folsom st.
MOTIOGRAPH moving picture mach.: wholesale ■
headqrs. EDWARD H. KEMP. .833 Mkt., S. F.
SAFE—Big second hand steel lined Jeweler's
safe; snap. ' 669 Mission st. below 3d.
GREAT DANE, blue, 6 months old. for sale at
1506 Kentucky at.: $40. phone Mission 4000.
FOR sale —50 white leghorn hens. ,11-12 months
old; now laying. Mission 1509. -
MISCELLANEOUS WAST,
HIGHEST prices paid for gents' " second hand
clothing. MUSIN, 57 3d st.; phono Kearny
S3ll. ~, -.."-. _-. ; _■" ■ '.-"■■■- ■■- •::
DRESS suits, tnxedos. other good suits bonght.
> L. BKOLL. 325 Kearny st.: teL Kearny 2280.
igOHSBSg HABNESS AND WAGONS _;^
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AUCTION
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. AT 11 A. M. '
By ©irta 8 of
U. ;& : Bfc-atouaftcy C®isrir__ j
"?£'.■;-- A.- •"- • = '■'■ OF '■■'■' ,
METROPOLIS ; CONSTRUCTION CO.
BLUE FRONT STABLES* : I ' 1
200 VALENCIA ST. * \\ -
TOE-ISES ; MA&ES MUUDS
MJYEI.S - TAKE; NOTKB
Do not buy before inspecting ocr stocks, as wa
have tha biggest variety in the city constantly
on hand; 40 head of all purpose tors**, 10 head
of footsore : city mares. -
This stock "- weighs from 1.000 to 1,600, an*
from 3 to 10 years old. < All our stock sold wlUi
guarantee ' and ' trial. : ---■-'■■• '
'.- MISSION SALES STABLES, '
f ;';-- '■■'■ 430 Valencia st. near 15th. J V
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SPECIAL NOTlCE—Horses 'to be sacrificed.
Must be sold. Four work horses. Descrip- "
tion as follows: One : handsome - team of -*.
mares: weigh 3,000 lbs.; age 7 and 8 years;
very blockv build, sound, gentle and vary fast
walkers. Also team weighing 2,700 lbs.; aga
'5 and 7 years; very blocky build, sound, gen
tle and very fast walkers. No reasonable offer
refused. Horses * can -be seen until sold st
386 lltb St., Oakland, one block east of
>■.' Broadway. ''.-■-' ' * ■''■ :- .*■•'-.'"*' ' '"." -' ' * - Y'Y
SORREL mare. 1.300 lbs., 6 years old aod sound;
team of horses, 1.300 lbs. each; black horse, .
I 1.150 lbs., and chestnut mare, 800 lbs.: cheap;
gentle, work single and double. 1004 Treat ay.
WAGONS, harness, buggies, wire "- fence, ■_- gas
engines, etc., at wholesale. Call or write for
catalogue, V department 15, ' CONSOLIDATED .
VEHICLE COMPANY. 1063 Mission st. "**f >
FOR sale—Bay mare and rig cheap; owner leav
' ing city. Residence. 223 Belle-rue ay.. San
>- Mateo: phone long *, distance. Burlingame 426.
8 MARES and horses, suitable for country use,
. weighing from 1.100 to 1,500 lbs,. at 108 Jack
v ,son : . st.. bet. Davis and Front. -.
FOR SALE —Gray horse, 1.400 lbs; good worker:
8 years old; in good condition. WIELAND
BREWERY. 240 2d st.
FOR sale—Brown horse. . 1.200 lbs., 8 years old.
suitable for country; good worker. 1243 Fol
som St. •*•*'.':"*-' i .-. Y'Y'Y.'.*■-v ;' '■';•'
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;;■■:-■■;«'■'.-. HOTELS ;-.' ■:■„ ..: ,• -. -,
HOTEL EMPIRE, 111 Taylor cor. Turk—Newly
'* renovated: shopping district; close to theater*;
i day 75c up. week $3 np, bath $1 day up. Eddy
ear at ferry: 3d Townaeod S. P. car to Taylor.
PACIFIC STATES HOTEL. 556 Cal. cor. Kearny
-•. New, modern, first class service; suites, private
" baths, steam . heat, • hot . and cold water : every
V room; 75c Ito $2 per day. ,V,.:- --'
CENTER HOTEL. 1130 Market— modern":
steam bent, hot end cold water, elevator serv
i ice: 75c day . up; special rated ;by , week.
HOTEL FRANCISCO. ST.'i Ellis st. ur. Taylor—
Outside satiny furn'd rooms; bath, phone, hot
: water'in rooms; service best; $2.50 to $4 wk.
AUBURN I Hotel. 481 Minna—Modern: hot water."
f baths, ; lobby; js2 week t up; 50c 3 day np. i>'■
HOTEL MONARCH. 722 Golden Gate av.—s2 np
;; week: furn. rms.; hot. cold water: , steam heat.
HOTEL STAR, 1740 ,; Ellis - near >■ Fillmore—New"
: ; mod, bouse; all cony.; rms. $2.50 up; transient.
POLK. 1214. cor. Sutter- Large, sunny, newly
furnished rooms: i hot . and . cold . water: .$3 up.
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ROOMS TO LET
i*■:"•; rtTi!riSttED AWP PWrUR-'flSHljEp '■■'.'
: AA—HOTEL HARMONIA. I 5 an - Ideal ' home * for
Y* business men and women: all Improvements: ■
;r, private baths. Corner - Madison and, lltn sts.;
:-n phone Oakland 7619. ; - : .-r* , -- "
BUSH j st., 2224—Nicely furnished sunny . room, '-** :
running water. $8. West 7683. :;V."-■•* ";«■•-■ •
|: BUCHANAN lrs'.l -Sunny front bay window t •
i■* room: :> Christian -scientist : preferred. ' Phone A *
mornings West 7557. •-'-,.---v*-;.-■;- .-'..jV"-..-'.<'".";^r'.'
BAKER st., 30—Sun. furn. room, running water, "-■•' - -
B bath; j $3; board \lf desired: \ private family. *>~ !r ? ►'.
CALIFORNIA St.. 383. near i Kearny—Famished
room: bath: $7 per month ~■■-.-;-;. ~-'.
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