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THE CALL Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening except Sun day. W. W. KELLOGG, Prealdent nnd Pub lisher. JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vlee Prealdent and Treasurer. f TV. D. K. GIBSON -| J. D. SPRECKELS Jr. V DIRECTORS A. F. MORRISON J One cent a copy every evening, except Sat- Brday. Price for Saturday editions 2 cents. Delivered" st the home or sent by mail. 30 cents a month. Price Llet for Mall Sobacrlptloaa Payable in Advance. 1 month 30 f months 9 6 months $1.50 J2 months 3.00 Special Saturday edition. 12 months 1.00 Foreign subscriptions: Add 60c sddltlonal (or each month. Delivered by carrier. $3.60 per year. Address All Communications to THE SAN FRANCISCO CAIX Entered at the Postoffiee at San Francisco. Cal., as second class matters. Telephone "Kearny 86"—Aalt for Th* Call. The Operator Will Connect Yon With the Department Yon Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL, ROOMS, Market and Third streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1657 Fillmore street near Post. OAKLAND OFFICE, 1540 Broadway. Telephone Oakland 1083. ALAMEDA OFFICE. 1435 Park street. Telephone Alameda 559. BERKELEY OFFICE, 2011 Shattuck avenue. Telephone Berkeley 77 CHICAGO OFFICE, Tribune Building. W. J. Morton Company. NEW YORK OFFICE, 200 Fifth ave nue. W. J. Morton Company. Raft® § WANT "ADS" THE RATE for Inserting Want "Ads" In The Call Is 10 cents a line (count six words to a line) each insertion, minimum charge 20 cents. Six insertions will be allowed for the price of four. EXCEPTIONS: "Situations Wanted," four lines one time. 10 cents; "Rooms to Let" and "Boarding." private looses, two lines, six times. 30 cents; "Busi ness Personsls." 25 cents a line, one time; subsequent insertions, 15 cents a line. LEGAL NOTICES, 15 cent* a line one time, subse quent lnsertiona. 10 cents a line. TELEPHONE your Want "Ads" to The Call. Tour order will receive prompt and careful at tentlon. Bill will be rendered the following «*y THE CALL will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertise ment ordered for more than one time. ANY ADVERTISEMENT ordered to run "till forbid must be stopped by written order. Verbal or telephone orders to discontinue or Change can not be accepted. OUT OF TOWN advertisements must be ac companied with remittances. RATES FOR UNION LABOR MEET ING NOTICES OF ALL, KINDS 10 cents per line for the flrst Insertion. 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. LOST AND FOUND LOST—A brooch and stickpin between 12tb st. and Lafayette, ln Mission St., or Lafayette. Liberal reward when returned to 1067 Na toma at. near 12th. LOST— V" el low pigskin handbag, in the neigh borhood of Powell and Post sts.. Saturday. If found return to 424 California st.; reward. LOST— Black wallet containing tickets, note, pawn ticket, peddler's license. valuable papers, etc. Reward. Hotel Alpine. 4Mi Pine. LOST—Tan purse containing $85 and note. Return to MRS. J. P. O'CONNELL. 1204 Castro st.; liberal reward. LOST —<>ctol>er 22. San Mateo train arriving 8. F. 7:35 a. m.. bearing instrument for deaf person. Converse Kearny 4875. S. F. LOST—Elk's charm, marked R. S.. B. P. O. E.. No. 322. Return to Hotel Turpin; re . war<L MENTAL SCIENCE ADVICE, help and treatments for any human ill are given through mental science by REV. HENRY HARRISON BROWN. 589 Haight; hours 9 to 8. SPIRITUALISM Gave you the power to draw your HEART'S DESIRE? Let us look through our PSYCHOLOGICAL TELESCOPE snd see. Readings by appointment only < phone West SOOOi. p. m. and eve. TAN AI KEN INSTI TUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY. 1626 Sutter st. near Laguna. Lectures Sunday evenings. DR. ALLEN, clairvoyant readings daily; de veloping class Tues. and Frl., Bp. m. 1753 Geary st. Phone West 4940. MME YON WALT — Readings dally. 1733 Geary st. near Fillmore; meetings Thursday, Sunday. 6p. m. No sign. A A—MRS. L. H. KINNIARD. ord.; con. dally. 10-4; circles San.. Wed., Frid., 8 p. m. 1439 Fillmore st. LOTTIE RI SWELL, spirltusl readings: lessons dally; clr. every night. 135(i Webster. SPIRITUALISM OAKLAND MR*. TYLER MOULTON. D. A. R.. ocenll. teacher —Spiritual meetings with messages. Sun.. Tues.. Thurs., 8 p. m. Readings daily. 560 ISth St., Oakland; phone Lakeside 1254. SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT GRADUATE nurse; electric light, salt water. Naubelm baths; ultra violet ray treatment for weakness. Union Square building, room 808 (leaving elevator turn to right), 350 Pott st. Phone Douglas 5585. LiAIR on face never grows again wben treated by me with electric needle; 25 years' prac tice. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON. 1008 Sut ter «t. near Hyde. THE FRANKLIN—EIec. treat., blanket sweat*, mm. bath, scientific mass.; grad. nurse; phys. ref. Offlce 532 Whitney bldg.. 133 Geary st. TRAINED nurse gives electric batbs; scientific massage; elec. treatment for rheumatism and stomach trouble. 406 Sutter St., offlce 415. BUSINESS PERSONALS PATE MONA face beautlfler. wrinkle remover, by bringing red blood to surface, toning the nerves, in vigorating the tissues, gives thst tinge of youth so desired. Easily applied and re moved. Leaves the skin clesn. complexion clear; cafe, practical, scientific, harmless; price $1. Send for It today, if it does not fulfill our claims we refund your money by return mail. Agents wanted. Mona Specialty Co., 801 Fifth ay., New York. (Dept. C). SUPERFLUOUS HAIR $5 FREE TREATMENT FOR 30 DAYS JUBT TO PROVE WHAT CAN BE DONE BY EX PERTS USING FIVE NEEDLES AT ONE TIME. MADAME STIVER ME, ELECTRIC NEEDLE SPECIALIST, 133 GEARY ST.. SUITE 722 23. WE TEACH ELECTROLYSIS, FURNISH OF riCT.S AND GO IN BUSINESS WITH YOU. NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print Illegitimate advertisements. If any readers can furnish Information that any advertise ment ln this column is not legitimate, send II to The Call in confidence, and if found cor rect the advertisement will be discontinued. BATHS and elect, treat.; read Sunset Buslnesi Personal Directory's complete list, on sale al all street news stsnds; price 5 cents. "DR. E. DE FRANCHEVILLB electro-rheu mstlc cabinets now on exhibition iv store window at 641 Golden Gate ay. MEDICATED steam and salt water batbs, massage. 611 Williams st. corner San Pablc ay. and 19th st.. Oakland. MATTRESSES snd pillows steam sterilized, made over. 832 27th st.. Oakland; phont Oakland 3341. MAGNETIC massage by trained nurse: refined patrons only. 14.'(7 Buchanan st.: 12 to 9. MISS FAY SMITH, medical mass., steam anc vapor baths. 246 Powell St.. rm*. 601-602 GRADUATE masseuse. ELM A MA DISON. West bank bid., 830 Mkt.. r. 407. Open Sunday WELLS—MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT MENTB. 1065 MISSION ST.. ROOM 55. LA RUE INST.. 484 Eddy—Scientific massage scalp treat.: rbem., stomach trouble, etc. DREGLESS METHOD; elec. light, cabinet, ale manlp. 1419 O'Farrell; 10-9; tel. West 8915 SOR complete list, bstb. manicure, massag, advertising. The Referee, all news dealers GRADUATE masseuse gives batbs, massage hours 9 to 9. 598 9th st.. Oskland. MISS F. BURKE, medicated baths, scientifli massage, mag. wave. 1015 A Golden Gate ay MISS F. ROGERS. Chicago specialist; facia and scalp treatments. Room 301, 34 Ellis st MISS ANNA ROSE, vlb.. elec. treat., elea blkt.; vapor batbs, mass. 1122 Market, rm. 7 ELECTRIC light baths, medical masssge; ne* management. 350 Post st., rooms 317-318. STEAM, tub and mln. batbs: scientific mass, pimples and blackheads removed. 2188 Busk BUSINESS PERSONALS . Continued FINELY' equipped Steam baths; massage; one call means another. 1611 Telegraph a v., Oakland. BELL ROSS, bath, manicuring and sewing; ► elect. 1628 Telegraph *Te. CHURCH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES, Subject of lesson hermon: •PROBATION AFTER DEATH." FIRST CHURCH OK CHRIST SCIENTIST, church edifice. California aud Franklin sts.— Sunday, 11 «... m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Wednesday even ing meeting at 8 o'clock. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST. Knights of Pythias auditorium, 115 Valen cia st. —Sunday. 11 a. in. Sunday school, same hour. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Free reading room. Ss<il Mission St., open 11 a. m. to 5 p. m., except Sun days and holidays. THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, 630 Sbrader st. near Haight—ffonday. 11 a. m. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. , Wednes day evening meeting at 8 o'clock. , FOURTH CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, Native Sons' hall. 430 Mason st, between Post and' Gearv —Sunday services at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. at Richmond Ma sonic temple, corner Ist ay. and Clement st. Tbe churches of Christ Scientist in San Fran cisco unite in conducting Christian Science reading rooms st 140 Geary st. on the ninth floor of the Sachs building, open daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.. except Wednesdays. 9 s. m. to 5 p. m., and Sundays and holidays, 1 to 8 p. m. ■ . All are welcome to attend the meetings aud visit the reading rooms. LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—The public is cordially invited to attend a lec rore on Christian Science, to be given under the auspices of Second Church of Christ, Scientist in San Francisco, by Clarence C. Eaton, C S. 8.. of Tacoma. Wash., member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston Mass.. in Dreamland Rink. Steiner street near Sutter, at S o'clock Tuesday evenleg. October 28. Admission free. No collection. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Meeting, by the distinguished courtesy of the rabbi aud trustees, in Temple Emanu-El. Sutter, at THE REV. C. F. AXED. D.D., LL.D. Morning at 11: "Standing Right With God: An Amazingly Simple New Reading of a World-old l"u«xle.' Evening at 8: The flrst of four special sermons on "The Moral Value of Shakespeare's Greatest Plays." Subject: "Julius Caesar." The other dates and subjects are: Novemtier £—"Macbeth." November 9—"Hamlet." November 16—"Henry V." , FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH, Franklin and Geary sts., REV. C. S. S. DUTTON. 11 a m., church service: sermon. "THE GREATEST SENTENCE IN THE NEW TES TAMENT: ITS PERSONAL AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS." 10 a. m.. Pilgrim Sunday school: Chas. A. Unrdock, superiutendent. 10:15. minister's study class. Mr. Dutton; topic. "Currents of Modern Thought." 10:30. Horace Davis. LL.D.; topic, "Tbe Be ginnings of the Church." H. Bretherick. qrganist and choir director. All are cordially* Invited. There is no even ing service. GRACE PRO CATHEDRAL, cor. Taylor and Sacramento sts.. one block from Fairmont Hotel. Wni. Ford Nichols, D. P.. bishop: J. Wilmer Gresham. B. D.. dean—Sunday serv ices as follows; 8 a. m.—Holy communion. 9:45 a. ru. —Sunday school. 11 o'clock —Morning service, with sermon by the dean. 4:30 o'clock—Vesper service, with address. Week day services—Daily morning and evening prayer, at 8:30 and 5:30. slloly communion on Wednesday at 10. You are heartily Invited to these services. The Pro-Cathedral is within easy reach of all downtown hotels. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSO CIATION—An interesting public sermon on the optimistic "Divine Plan of tbe Ages" will be given every Sunday at 3 o'clock by able ministers of the Pacific coast at their auditorium ln the Golden Gate t'ommahjery hall, Sutter st. near Steiner. Seats free. No collection. Subject. Oct. 2C: "The Keys of Hell," by W. L. Dlmock. V. D. M. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSO CIATION—An interesting public sermon on the optimistic "Divine Plan of the Ages" will be given every Sunday at 3 o'clock by able ministers of tbe Paclflc coast at their auditorium ln the Golden Gate Commandery ball. Sutter .st. near Steiner. Seats free. No collection. Bubjeet. "The Day of Judg ment," by E. O. Hammond. "CONTROLLING Body Through Thought" and "Thought Control." subjects of lectures Sun day. 11 a. m.. at Hotel Oakland and 8. p. in.. Kohler & Chase hall. 26 O'F&rrell St.. both free, by A. Al LINDSAY. M. D.. author of 11 psychology books. Other free lectures. Hotel Oakland, Tuesday. 8 p. m.; Kohler it Chase hall, Friday. 8 p. ni. Dr. Lindsay at Bote* Maryland. S. F. FIRST PHESBY'TKRIAN CHURCH. Van Ness ay. at Sacramento st. REV. WM. KIRK GUTHRIE, D. D.. minister. 11 a. m. —"Lovers of Pleasure." 7:30 p. at.—"Chsracter of Jesus." 9:45 a. m.—Bible school: 10 a. m.. men's Bible class: 6:30 p. m.. Christian Endeavor; Wednesday. 8 p. m., prayer meeting. YOU ARE WELCOME. TRINITY Episcopal church, corner of Bush and Gough sts.. Rev. F. W. Clampett. D. D.. rector —Holy communion 7:30, Sunday school. 9:43, morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. The regular one hour service at 8 o'clock, with short address and special mu sic. The rector will preach at both services. NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH (Swedenborglan). O'Farrell St. bet. Webster and Fillmore. Rev. J. S. David. 11 a. m., "The Leaven in the Meai." Bookroom and library free to all. Pastor's study, 1640 O'Farrell St.; hours 9 to 12, week days. CENTRAL M. ~. church, O'Farrell and Leav en worth sts.—Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Roila V. Watt, superintendent; preaching morning services at 11 o'clock: evening at 7:45 o'clock, by Rev. Alfred Kummer. All welcome. Seats free. HEAR the great Livingstone, clairvoyant, su perior and Inspirational medium: otherwise known as tiie Searchlight of Modern Spirit ualism. Everybody gets a test. Sunday at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. Readings daily. 825 Golden Gate ay. PUBLIC meeting. Order of the Star in the East, Tuesday evening, Oct. 28. 8 p. m.. room 304 Native Sons' bldg. Subject: "The* Moral and Ethical Teaching of the Christ." , All Invited. clairvoTants~ YOGI = YOGI YOGI MME. DEL SOL. 7 YEARS IN INDIA. This famous clairvoyant will astound yon with her wonderful OCCULT POWERS. Gives YOGI INSTRUCTIONS with every reading, will tell you the TRUTH, be It pleasant or otherwise. Readings by mall one dollar. 11507 Fillmore Street Phone Fillmore 2471 AU— PROF. J. E. SHAW. Genuine clairvoyant; true and reliable; tells full names; gives advice on love, marriage, divorce, business, patent*, changes, deaths, wills, deeds; removes evil Influences, reunites separated; readings 50c; satisfaction guaran teed. 25 3d St.. next Hearst building. MME. ZAZELL. mystic clsir . crystal gaser. palmist, healer —In what others claim to do see her for best results; how to Invest for success: reunites separated. 10 3d off Mrkr, AFTER being disappointed by others. Mrs. Bel moat, psychic palmist, clairvoyant, read* from cradle te grave, without question or mis take. 1612 Ban Pablo. Oakld.: Lakeside 3065. A—PRINCESS ZORAIDA. Egyptian palmist, clairvoyant; she has no equal; she tells your name without asking a quest.; special read., 60c; hrs. 10-9; closed Sun. 1843 Fillmore st. AAA—VERA MARSH, medium. tells your name; reliable advice or, business, family and love affairs; 50c. 906 Market St., opp. Empress theater. GARLAND. WORLD'S GREATEST CLAIR VOYANT—TeII full name and'-evihvthlng you wish to know. 1633 FfTlmore si., nr. Post. ■ ■■ ■ '■■ . MME. KRONEN BERG, clairvoysnt audWdrds. When others fail, try me; ladies SB*,- gents 50c. by apt. 440 Brazil ay. Tel. Valener* 2945. ANNA DIAMOND—A true born clairvoyant and healer, palmistry nnd card, reading.' 50c. 1122 Market st.. opposfte "th. i FREE TEST .HEADINGS: GYPSY CAMP. ' ROOM 5. M2r Broadway. Oakland. ASTROLOGICAL card reading. 50e. MRS. ; SjNBURG, 1445" Fillmore st. [ HOROSCOPES . SCIENTIFICALLY WRITTEN; astrology taught. ftABERT R. HILL. 2188 Sutter St.; telephone Fillmore 2627. ~~ ASTROLOGY MISS STARR, astroloelst. reads full life sclen- I tlocally. Sect* apt, 556 Eddy st., apt, 11. THE SAN FRAKCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 r 1913 OF ' Sh®irttfeim<i3 audi The Only Standard College on the Pacific Coast Specializing ln Short hairs d and Type= writing SUPERIOR STANDARD MAINTAINED. IN DIVIDUAL TRAINING. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES. PRIVATE CLASSES. 11127 Clay Street, Conner * Twelfth OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. Pbone Lakeside 1378. Any young man with a backbone where it ought to he, who has $200 cash and can fur nish reliable refer ences, would make a business move in his own behalf to see Ferry Advergraph Co., 437 Pacific bldg. The Only Cartoon School in the West Good Inducements to students enrolling now. Instructors are cartoonists of national tame. Class honrs. 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. Apply rtutilo, 1176 Phelan building;, Western School Jf Cartooning. BOOKKEEPING Learn bookkeeping; you will never regret it. Short, thorough, practical course. Individual instruction. Moderate price and easy terms. 3on't delay. Send for booklet. W. L. DACTERMAN, Expert Accountant, Phone Sutter 4394. 1252 6 Flood building. 4.—School of Languages; German, French. Spanish. Italian, Latin. Greek, each modern language taught by native instructor. Trans lations In and from any language; technical, legal and medical translations. Classes or private instruction in English or other brancTies for ladies and gentlemen whose education has been neglected". Classes in Eng lish for foreigners. 1032 Phelan bldg. IAKI.AND Business College. 1020 Broadway- Private instruction, shorthand, bookkeeping, typing, -English, arithmetic; day and even ing; attendance limited; rapid advancement; position secured. -"Shorrhand taught by mall. IfARION WARDE dramatic studios, conducted by experienced professionals; elocution, act ing, practical stage training. Suit* 81-32. 1130 Market st. )AKLANT> SHORTHAND INSTITUTE—A high gTade private school that specializes ln short hand and typewriting. Havens building, 529 12th St.. Oakjand. LA—SHORTHAND AND TYPING (legal and commercial!: INDIVIDUAL TRAINING. PITMAN STUDIO, 522 Hearst building. iA--Actlng. singing, stage dancing, songs, sketches written; catalogue. Southern S. C. Studio. 333 Haight st. EXPERT. quick instruction. all LATEST DANCING. PROF. HEINZ. 1514 Polk St.; phone Franklin 8037. PRIVATE lessons: lady teacher; grammar school, high school. German; foreigners. west ibts. SINGNALDA NORMAL SCHOOL—2Sth year. 615 Stelne'r St.; telephone Msrket 7065. SENT Law School; twenty-second year; day and evening. 913 Phelan bldg.: Kearny 5988. STAMMER? Method to cure explained FREE. M I. HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal. f. C. RAITH. 2166 Sutter st —Piano, organ, violin and harmony. Phone West 3399. rHE BERLITZ SCHOOL OK LANGUAGES. 2531 Washington nr. Fillmore. Send for chr. JEMPLO YM ENTJ3FFICJES SEW GRANT AGENCY—Beat Chinese. Japa nese. Filipino cooks and waiter*; any work. 417 Grant ay. nr. Bush: tel. Douglas 1406. ILL kinds of help wanted and furnished. PAN AMA WESTERN EMP. BUREAU. 206 4th St. JAPANESE-CHINESE Employment Offlce—All kinds of best beln. 2184 Fillmore: West 339. . EMPLOYMENT WANTED FEMALE t MAN AND WIFE WANT POSITIONS TO OETHER; REF. PHONE MISSION 7507 OR WRITE 2730 MISSION ST. 'OMPETENT woman desires housework, city or country, $30, good cook. MISS DILLON, 1864 Sutter St.; West 6466. OM PETE NT woman desires position as housekeeper; also good cook. Box 1624. Call. DANISH woman wants light housework, plain cooking, 2 or 3 adults: Protestant or Jewish family: good room, wages $20, carfare. Box 1620. Call office. JXPERT stenographer, exceptionally rapid and accurate, thoroughly educated, competent in any line, understands dictaphone, at present employed, but wishes to change; 5 years' ex perleace; tbe best of city references. Ad dress box 1555, Call offlce. EXPERIENCED dressmaker will sew In fam ilies, $1.25 per day. 2465 Foothill boulevard, East Oakland. GREAT American singer tour. PATTLAYRES ing California. Managers write 351 Orange St., Oakland. jOOI) ranch cook desires situation; good work er; $35. MISS DILLON, 1864 Sutter St.; West 646 I *. 3ERMAN hotel cook desires situation ln city or country. $40. MISS DILLON, 1864 Sut ter St.; West 6466. HOUSEWORK, with a child. 65 Colridge st. $20 a month. SWEDISH woman wishes housekeeping place or cook for few men on ranch; city or country. 1818 3Sth ay.. Oakland. TYPIST would like copy work to do at horn*, 4 reasonable. Address box 1373. Call offlce. UtAINED nurse wishes position; day duty or companion; gives facial and body massage; references. Phone West 1577. TRUSTWORTHY woman wishes housework, washing, with adult family during day. 1121' , Webster st. near Geary. VALENCIA St.. 931—Child to care for during day; room for parent. WOMAN would like Janltress work In offlce building. Address box 1972, Call offlce. YOUNG lady of ability desires position with movies as actress. VIRGINIA E.. box 22, R. F. D. No. 1. Turlock. YOUNG .German woman wishes work by the day washing and Ironing. 701 Webster at. MBtm ' KIND, motberlv woman will board and care for a child. Terms. $12 to $15 a mo. 226 21st ay. I'bone Paclflc 5993. NURSE, practical, wishes work by day or week. 1565 California st. Phone Frank. 6079. PRACTICAL nurse. MRS. GRAY. Phone Franklin 6079. EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE CARPENTER work wanted, day or contract, new or repair work; estimates given on job complete; nonunion. Address CARPENTER, 108 Broderlek at. COLORED chauffeur wants position with pri vate family In city or country. Pbone West 6856. FRENCH chauffeur mechanic wishes position ln family, city or country. Box 1979. Call. ELDERLY German widower, willing worker, handy and honest, can milk cows, tend poul try and any kind of stock; like a place ln or near city. Box 1992. Call offlce. EXPERIENCED gasoline engineer, rigger, ma chine shops, clerical work, bandy, excellent references, wants timekeeper's, watchman's or otber suitable position; age 40. Box 1946, Call offlce. ELDERLY German widower, willing worker, handy and honest, can milk cows, tend poul try and any kind of stock; like a place ln or near city. Box 1992, Call office. FIRST CLASH Japanese laundryman wants po sition in tbe city or country; have had IS years' experience. O. YAM A, 1634 Post St.; tel. .West 9448. FRENCH chauffeur-mechanic wishes position in family, city or country. Box 1979. Call. HANDY man wants a Job around big store or hotel to do repairing or anything use ful; ref.; wages moderate. 828 Arlington ay., Oakland. 1 WISH to act as agent for firms in United States to import or export goods; bare been ln China for several years; can fur nlsh good references. Address box 2000, CaU office. READ THIS LIST OF CASH PRIZES To the person sending in a true story detailing the most suc cessful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $250. ' To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most successful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $100. ' To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most successful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $50. To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most successful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $25. To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most successful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $15. To the person sending in a true story detailing the next most successful use of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $10. To the persons sending in ten other true stories detailing the next most successful uses of CALL "WANT ADS" will be given $5 each. Do You Want One of These? Here Is the Way to Get One If you are one of the thousands that have derived benefits from the use of CALL "WANT ADS," write a letter relating the circum stances and mail it to us. This will only take a few minutes of your time and may secure you a cash prize of $250. THE CALL wants to kaew the heat remxlta ever obtained threagk Its "Want Ad" columns. For thnt ressea then* enah prlaea nr* •fferweT. Send In your letter today. Do not exaggerate. Be truthful, be exnet, ntiek to the point, and he prepared to back np your«e>tter with an affidavit subject to ▼eriSoa tlon by thla office. No user e-f THE CALL "WANT AD" COLUMWS la barred from thla contest except members of THE CALX. STAFF nnd any member of the family of n CALL, EMPLOYE. Do yon want the flrat priseT Yon have equal opportunity with nny contestant. THERE ARE SIXTEEN PRIZES! Think over results YOU have obtained nnd write na today of the rood fortune yW have had by ADVERTISING IN THE "WANT AB* COLUMNS OF THE CALL. For any details or further information write to "THE WANT AD CONTEST DEPARTMENT," care of THE CALL office. EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE—Continued MIDDLE aged man (Dane) would like a steady position on a private place; know how to handle horses; can milk, do garden work and' chores; sober and reliable. AL BERT LA RSEN. Golden Eagle botel, 253 3d St.. San Francisco. PIANO player and singer (tenor) will accept any good proposition at once. Box 1987, Call offlce. SITUATION wanted as manager of dairy farm or foreman of stock ranch, by experienced man; best of references. Address GEO. WALDO. Good friend hotel. WAITER wishes position, small union res taurant. 1414 Post St.; phone West 5900. YOUNG man wishes a job doing chores night and morning for board and room; close in; or* any other kind of work; has 4 or 5 hours' extra time a day; would do most anything In reason. Address Morton House, 205 3d St. near Howard, ns>m 202; call or write. YOUNG man wishes situation as privste de tective; experienced. Box 19T8, Csll offlce. YOUNG man. expert horse trainer and all around cattle man, wishes position lv South America. Phone Valencia 3760. YOUNG married man wishes position ss clerk or collector; will accept any position offered. Box 198 Q. Call offlce. DRESSMAKERS can make $3 to $5 daily in any community; how to get business, bow to work up customers, how to keep time oc cupied at highest profit, how to become suc cessful employer, told in business instruc tions, complete, sent to you for only 50c. They will pay back their price hundreds of times through the year.* Send today. Ad dress PAUL ESPERSTEDT, 631 Folsom St., San Francisco. Cal. UNTRAINED girls seeking positions ln any de partment of domestic service may find home and free training by applying to VOCA TIONAL TRAINING SCHOOLS of San Fran cisco. 1810 Dlvlsadero St.; West 2544. LEARN HAIR DRESSING — The famous PEAVY (P. V.) SYSTEM; enroll now. CALI FORNIA SCHOOL OF HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market st., second floor, near Empress thea ter. Write for booklet. BOOKKEEPING thoroughly taught In 2 mouths; practical course, private lessons, dsy or even ing; get my booklet. W. L. DAUTERMAN. public accountant, 1256 Flood bldg.; Sutter 4894. WRITE moving picture plays; $50 each; all or spare time; no experience nor correspond ence course: details free. ATLAS PUBLISH ING CO., 70. Cincinnati, O. AMBITIOUS PERSON may earn $15 to $25 weekly during spare time at home, writing for newspapers. Send for particulars. PRESS BUREAU. F-28. Washington. D. C. LADIEB snd girls to tint pillow tops at home; $6 to $60 per dozen; experience unnecessary at starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS N., 927 Rroadway, Oakland, rm. 30. 10 to 4 p. m. WANTED—Soloist, church choir experience preferred; come prepared for try out. NA. TIONAL THEATER, Steiner and Post, 10 a. m., Monday. WANTED —High class piano accompanist, 10 a. m.. Monday. NATIONAL THEATER, Steiner and Post. WANTED—GirIs for general housework, cooks, waitresses, chamber maids, second girls. SUCCESS EMP. OFFICE, 411 15th at., Oak land. Cal. MEDICAL massage taught; positions secured. DR. REIDLE. 2327 Telegraph ay., Oakland. mauTh"eTj~w anted ARE YOU READY FOR THAT RAISE? Are you equipped' to bold down a better job! Tbe study of law will not only fit you for a paying profession, but the mental training Involved and the knowledge gained will give you EFFICIENCY In any line of business. You owe it to your self to Investigate this. Drop us a postal for particulars TODAY BUSINESS MEN'S LAW COLLEGE, Mills building: phone Douglas 5990. AAA—Sales manager wanted—A real live wire, capable of organizing and conducting a sales campaign ln local territory or the state for the sale of the TOLLOMETER. tlie best selling specialty ln America. Automatically checks time consumed ln long distance tele phone talk; offers only available means for checking telephone company's charges. Every business concern needs 1 to 25. AH have seen crying need for this device; $100 to $1,000 required for stock. Exclusive terri tory giveu. We furnish all necessary cir culars and follow up letters, advertising, etc., and our sales offlce will co-operate with you in every way. If you are looking for the real high grade specialty, write at once for selling plan. THE TOLLOMETER I'IiMTAXY. 31 East 4th St.. Cincinnati. «. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE Men. women, learn the barber trade- we teach you in S weeks; pays wages while learn ing; Moier graduates alweya In demand- posi tion guaranteed; we also give you a complete chemical course free. Csll and let us explain. 234 3d st. DO YOU WANT TO STOP PAYING RENT AND OWN YOUR OWN HOME? Listen! I can do this for you anywhere ln California and on the Installment plan. Agenta wanted. GEO. F. HILTON. 7K5 Market St., 209 Humboldt Bank building. San Francisco. GOVERNMENT positions; thousands of ap pointments to be made; booklet 184. telling where and what they are, salaries paid, etc., sent free; examination soon In every stste; special course for postmssters. NATIONAL COR. INSTITUTE. Washington, D. C. DON'T PAY to learn trade of automobiles, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying. Do lt by actually working at the trade with us In our shop, etc.; only short time required. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONT. CO., 1214 Call building. WANTED—Young man ln every town learn profitable business and represent us; nothing to sell; Instructions free. INTERNATIONAL CLEARING HOUSE, Electric bldg., Denver, Colo. 1 WILL start you earning $4 daily at home iv spare time, slivering mirrors; no capital; send for free Instructive booklet, giving plans of operation. G. F. REDMOND, Dept. 97, Boston, Mass. BRISCOE BARBER COLLEGE wants men to learn barber trade; come see us flrst, then go ace others and be convinced; we give you tbe best proposition. 759 Howard st. bet 3d end 4tb. WRITE moving picture plays; $50 each; all or spare time; no experience nor correspond ence course; details free. ATLAS PUBLISH ING CO.. 70. Cincinnati. O. WANTED—Two men to learn automobile driv -1 lug, repairing and care. Apply 312 Gough st. MALE HELP WANTED Continued WANTED —Nsmes and addresses by mall or der bouses; big pay; home work; Information for stamp. DIRECT APPEAL CO., Ply mouth, Ind. BOOKKEEPING thoroughly taught In 8 mos.: practical course, privste lessons, day or even ing; get my booklet. W. L. DAUTERMAN, public acct., 1256 Flood bldg.; Sutter 4394. CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE. Learn barber trade in few weeks; chance to make $10 week while learning; shaving 10c. You can stay as long as you like. 145 3d st WANTED —Boys with own motorcycles; news paper work; afternoons; good pay. Apply circulation department, San Francisco Call, 3d and Market sts. MAN with $375, take working interest with incorporated company; salary, $150 mo; money secured. Call 46 Kearny St., rm. 410. WANTED—(4) small touring cars or road sters for afternoon work. Ask for MR. JONES. Circulstlon Department. The Csll. VAN DER NAILLEN ENG. CO., 1220 Wash. St.. Osklsnd. Two students at once; survey ing complete: 4 mos. tuition. $100. MEN and women to learn the barber trade; spe cial Inducementa to next 5. INTERNATIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 790 Howard at. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL—Good chance for be ginners. Call for particulars st 1841 Mar ket st. MINNICK HOTEL—Rooms with bath, lobby, modern conveniences, $2 weekly. 845 3d St. MAN to learn automobile driving, repairing; tuition $10 —no more, no lese. 1665 Mission. LEARN bsrber trade: make money while learn ing. S. E. BARBER COLLEGE. 105 4th St. AGENTS WANTED FIFTY CENTS (In quantities) buys a full sixe compressed all clothes waaher; weighs only 2 pounds; women grab lt at $1.50; 200 per cent profit. Thoroughly cleans tub of clothes ln 3 minutes. Washday no longer dreaded. Mrs. Marrick earned $90 first 8 weeks. A 14 year old boy in Kansas made $66.40 outside of school hours during Sep tember. Send for catalogue todsy snd get your county right. WENDELL WASHER CO.. 121 Osk st.. Lelpslc. O. AGENTS—Exclusive county sales rights will be given to live man or woman for our disinfectant and sound Intensifying tele phone mouthpiece; sold to every one who has a phone; sells for 50 cents; cost 25c. Write or csll. IDEAL TRANSMITTER CO.. 341 Thirteenth st., Oakland, California. AGENTS—Just out, self-heating iron that burna coal oil. Costs only 1-10 of s cent an hour; wonderful seller; big profits; no competition. The only kerosene Iron in the world. Write quick for territory. Terms and free sample to workers. KEROSAFE IRON CO., 5210 Hopper st.. Dsyton. Ohio. VACUUM CLEANER AGENTS. HERB IT IS; absolutely new design ln wheel operated, powerful bellows vacuum cleaner; new visi ble nozzle; exclusive appearance; sells quick at $7.50. Write for particulars about money back guarantee now. DOTY COMPANY, Daytou, Ohio. AGENTS make 600 per cent profit selling "Nov elty Sign Cards. Merchants buy 10 to 100 on sight; 800 varieties. Catalogue free. SULLIVAN CO., 1234 Van Bursa at., Chi cago, 111. AGENTS—SOO per cent profit. Gold and silver sign letters for store and offlce windows. Any one can put on. Free sample. METAL LIC LETTER CO., 437 N. Clark. Chicago. AGENTS wanted; good money maker for bus tlers; live wires only. Apply FLOOD A MUR RAY MFG. CO., 315 Mulrneed bldg.. 1278 Market st. bet. 8 and 10 a. m. dally. FEMALE agents wanted; good money maker for live wires. Apply to FLOYD A MUR RAY MFG. CO.. 315 Muirhead bldg., 1278 Market st. bet. 8 and 10 a. m. dally. JAI^MEJ^NTJJSpj-^ ADVERTISING SALESMAN WANTED, Jan. 1, 1914 —Funds advanced for traveling expenses; exclusive territory; biggest and best line sd vertislng signs snd novelties on the market. Ambition t<> succeed more essential than ex perience. State age. No one under 27 years neei apply. Give buainess experience. ' Refereni e» must be furnished with sppllcs tlnn. STANFORD CROWELL CO., Ithaca Sign Vorks, Ithaca. N. Y. SALESMEN-mak Ing small towna, whole time or sloV line, should carry our faat selling pocket side line. Special ssles plan allowing return ot unsold goods. Makea quick, easy sales. $4 commission on each order. SOME THING ENTIRE NEW. Write for outfit today. BI RD MFG. CO., 212 Slgel St., Chicago, HI. EXPERIENCED traveling salesman to sell high class proposition to retail trade. Will pay $3,000 to $6,000 annually and $100 monthly advance to right man. References. Sales Manager, 800 Woodward. Detroit. Mich. SEVEN experienced solicitors snd salesmen for city snd country; others mske from $1 to $3 an hour. Why work for small amount? No better, legitimate proposition on earth FLOYD A MURRAY MFG. CO., 315 Muir head bldg., 1278 Market at.; call bet. 8 and 10 dally. BARBERS AND SUPPLIES^ FOR sale —A one chair barber abop in a pros perous mining town ln Nevada; shop located in the only'hotel ln the town; free rent; a charge of $10 per month for heat, light and hot and cold water; we guarantee shop to pay $50 per week; price $500 cash. 1 WALLACE SMITH A CO., 522 Market st. FOR sale—Three chair barber shop and 2 bath tubs, doing good business: cheep If sold at once; good reason for selling. Address 222 J st.. Sacramento. Cal. BARBER apprentice wanted; good chance to finish the trade; first class shop: can make good wages; state age, experience. Address box 1021. Call office. " BARBERS. ATTENTION I OAKLAND OFFICE. THE CALL. 1540 BROADWAY. PHONE OAKLAND 1088. MEN and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learning. NATIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 473 9th st.. Oakland. Cal. SEELY will give all out of town' Portola vis itors 10 per cent discount on anything wanted ln the barber line. 394 Hayee st. PARTNER wanted with $400 for 6 chair barber shop; In Market st.. ln heart of city. Cell after 8 p. m.. 485 Oak at. FINB barber shop, hatha; good bue.; flne loca tion; long lease; cheap rent; term*. 5807 San Pablo ay., Oakland. BARBER wanted for Saturday and Sunday: steady from Monday. 1795 Geary at. at Fillmore. BARBER shop, pool ball, cigar stand; cheap rent. Box 4891, Call office, Oakland. TWO chair barber shop, cheap, on account of illness; rent $12 month. 2207 Polk at. BARBERS AND SUPPLIES - Continued 3 CHAIR barber a bop for sale on account of sickness at 1906 McAllister near Lyon. AAAA —Money loaned on automobiles; banking rates; owners may arrange to use cars. C. E. HEHRICK, INC., 611-13-15 Merchants' Ex change bldg., San Francisco; Douglas 1359. AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES BARGAIN HUNTERS, ATTENTION! BONA-FIDE CLEAN-UP SALE OF SECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILES. To get rid of ail second hand csrs this Portola week, we hare pot the prices 'way down where they'll sell quickly. Over 20 cars ln all; 'most earthing yoa want at your own price. We are determined to sell and no reason able offer refused. Come and see for yourself. 1912 CADILLAC, completely overhauled, re- Sainted; can scarcely be told from new. IAMBLEB, 7 pass, touring car; has been run very little. Less than $i5O will buy it. Think of it. 1911 PACKARD 30. 5 pass.; has been in good hands and good as new. 1913 EVERETT, 6 cyl. 5 pass. car. In fine shape and splendidly equipped, for less than *650. SEVERAL R. C. H. touring ears and Road sters, good aa new. at very low figures. 1912 LOZIER, 6 cyl. Lakewood model; run less than 600 miles and a beauty. 1910 PEERLESS. 7 pass., rebuilt and guaran teed; aplendid for rent service or stage. 1910 PEERLESS. 6 cyl., 7 pass., touring car; rebuilt, repainted and guaranteed. 1911 ditto. 1912 ditto. 1911 PEERLESS 4-40 Landaulet; looks and runs just like new. 1912 PEERLESS "24" Landaulet: run very little; can scarcely be told from new. 1912 ALCO. 7 pass, touring csr; new tires all around; paint good; mechanically per fect. MANY OTHERS. EASY TERMS. H. 0. HARRISON CO., CORNER VAN NESS AND POST ST.. DISTRIBUTERS PEERLESS AND HUDSON MOTOR CARS WAVERLgY AND WOODS ELECTRICS A— " ——— STEVENS^DURYEA 4 cyl. 36 h. p. ' passenger touring car; has been rebuilt and guaranteed; Al condition in every reapect. OAKLAND 1913 6-cylinder 60, 7 passenger. fully equipped, electric starter and lights; car in first clans condition. POPE-IiMRTFORD 1912 6-cylinder CO, 7 passenger touring car. fully equipped; Gray-Davis lighting system. pierceTarrow 1911 6-36 7-passenger limousine; this car has been used very little, bss hsd the best of care and Is ln first class condition in every way. NO MISREPRESENTATION WHEN YOU DEAL WITH THE STEVENS-DURYEA CO. 1100 Van Ness aye. A— YOU MUST! You really must Get a motor car. Your Neighbor Has One! Why Not You 1 AND WHEN YOU BUY —Get the guarantee of the Frank O. Renstrom Co., Inc. If Frank Renstrom sells you a car you can depend upon lt that It will be aa represented. Stevens-Duryea, Mitchell. Charmers. Plerce- Arrow. Peerless, Studebsker. Gsrford, Carter Cars and various other makes at cut pricea. SLASHED TO THE LIMIT. $250. $300. $350, $400. $450. $500. ALL MAKES. ALL PRICES. We also have a few Regal Underslung Dem onstrator cars. Uke new, at substantial dis counts, as they are used csrs. t FRANK O. RENSTROM CO.. Van Ness and Golden Gate are., S. F. Bargains in Used Cars 1913 National. 4 passenger 60 h. p. 1918 Velie. 5 passenger 40 h. p. 1911 Chalmers, 5 passenger 40 h. p. 1912 Uulck. 5 passenger 30 h. p. 1910 Marion. 6 passenger $375 Studebaker electric coupe $400 1914 Marlon, Q passenger 40 h. p. 1910 Maxwell. 2 cyl. Runabout $250 1913 Ford touring car. Liebinan Auto Exchange 560 GOLDEN GATE AY. Bargains in Used Cars 1912 Chalmers, fully equipped, including sir starter; also electric horn. This car ia ln ex cellent condition and la a bargain; $850. 1911 Reo, 4 cyl., SO h. p.; lust painted and put ln first class condition; $600. 1912 Reo the sth. 4 cyl., 30 hp ; newly painted end in beautiful condition, $750. Reo 2 cylinder touring car ln Al condition; this is a snap; $250. Reo 2 cylinder runabout, in excellent condi tion; this la a good' buy. Reo Pacific Co., 1622-1628 VAN NKBB AY. NR. CALIFORNIA. MITCHELL 6 cylinder raceabont ln excellent condition; needa painting; for quick aale, $400. Marlon touring car, just overhauled and repainted; Al condition; $475. French landaulet body, 7 pasa.; suitable for taxlcab; a good buy; price Is right LARKINS & CO., 1610 VAN NESS AY. DEMONSTRATOR 1918 Jackson. 35 hp., run less than 400 miles aad ia guaranteed to be to excellent condition! 1912 Inter-State 40; will ecU for each or trade. What have youT POORE BROS., 468 GOLDEN GATE AY. BARGAINS—BARGAINS 1912 Flanders touring car $450 1912 Bulck roadster $660 1913 Chalmers "6" touring car $1,350 1912 Chalmers "38" roadster $875 1912 Oakland roadster $550 1910 Hudson roadater $425 1910 Cadillac touring car $500 PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE, 480 GOLDEN GATE; FRANKLIN 1586. AAAA—Auto repairing, magnetos. Ignition and carburetors a specialty; auto parts mfg.; high grade work; prices reasonable. O. W. IIAHN. 489 Golden Gate ay. A. B. C. AUTO SALES CO., 346 Golden Gate ay.—We buy, sell or exchange automobiles. We guarantee our second hsnd cars. Frank lin 736. 1918 HUPMOBILE. 4 pass.. $200 down. $50 per mo.; 1910 Regal, 5 pass., fore-door, $450, and many others, on easy terms. K. A C. ACTO TRUCK EXCHANGE. 1841 Market st. WANTED—(4) small touring cars or road sters for sfternoon work. ! Ask for MR. JONES. Circulation Department. Tbe Call. BODY builders, painters, trimmer, wheel mak. era: work abosolutely first class. J. H SABINE, prop., 130 Van Neaa ay.; phon* Market 1840. TRUNK FRAME. AXLES AND WHEELS COMPLETE, FOR SALE CHEAP. O. W. HAHN, 489 Golden Gate ay. RADIATORS, lamps, fenders repaired. THE VALENCIA AUTO SHEET METAL WORKS, 148 Valencia at. WE manufacture, repair and redesign all auto mobile parts tbst are worn, broken or un satlafactory. Call, write or ship. GEORGE WOODWARD, 1465 Bush St.. S. F. WILL TRADE MY 2V. KARAT. PERFECT WHITE DIAMOND FOR A MACHINE. 569 GOLDEN GATE AY. CADILLAC 5 passenger for ssle. $600; ln good condition; terms. 456 McAllister st. RADIATORS, lampe, hoods, fenders repaired. EASTERN REPAIR CO.. 679 Golden Qste sr. ACTO lampe and horns, sample line, selling Cheap. BOBBCH LAMP CO.. 1135 Mission. ROBES—Complete line; prices right: 300 pat. terns. QUAHT A SON. 325 Sa riches at. REBUILDING, painting, trimming, wheel re pairing. LARKINS A CO.. 1610 Van Ness. EDDY. 1969—Private cement garage, with bed room; $6. Phone Douglas 3782. AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES ■nrn-uT. fl"" t ** >llC _ 0 ! AUTOMOBILE • BARGAINS 11912 AMERICAN TRAVELER Six passenger, 50 horsepower; newly painted; first class condition; extra demountable rim and casing complete; only $2,100. 11912 AMERICAN TRAVELER Four passenger. 50 horsepower; Just over hauled; completely equipped. Snap at $1,050. B9I3"BRUSH RUNABOUT $300. 11913 AMERICAN SCOUT ROADSTER 4x5 motor; electric side and rail lamps, extra rim and casing complete; run less thsn 1,500 miles; $1,100. 1913 AMERICAN Four cylinder; 30 horsepower, 4 passenger, electric lights and self-stsrter. This car has run less than 7,000 miles. A snsp. $1,600. 19112 CHALMERS DETROIT Four cylinder,. 36 horsepower, five psssenger; electric lights, self-starter; $1,000. 11906 PIERCE-ARROW 30 11. P., 5 PASS.; ELECTRIC LIGHTS, KLAXON HORN; 2 EXTRA CASINGS; $450. 1909 AUBURN TRUCK 1 TON CAPACITY; EXTRA 5 PASS. TON NEAU; $325. 1908 RAMBLER TRUCK 1 TON CAPACITY; $175. AMERICAN MOTORS CALIFORNIA CO. 476=482 Golden Gate Ay. OUR REPUTATION FOR HONESTY AND SQUARE DEALING IS YOUR PROTECTION OUR REFERENCE Any banking institu tion. Dun's or Bradstreet's. MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICE—DeaI with a curbstone broker, a professional "trader," or a reputable house. Regal demonstrator cars at less than fac tory list prices. We can sell these cars below cost, because we have used them to sell other cars, and now our demonstrators are not new cars, although some of them have been used less than 300 miles. Substantial discount on Regal Underslung Touring Demonstrators, Roadster Demonstrators. Come in and pick yours out. Part cash, bal ance time. Frank 6. Renstrom Co. VAN NESS AND GOLDEN GATE. Guaranteed Rebuilt Automobiles Sold on Easy Terms 1913 Overland 45 h. p $1,250.00 A 913 Overland Electric $900.00 1913 Overland ' passenger $800.00 1913 Overland 2 passenger $750.00 Overland Roadster $400.00 Pennsylvania 4 psssenger $500.00 Overlsnd 4 passenger $750.00 Kissel Kar 7 passenger $1,100.00 Maxwell 5 passenger $400.00 J. W. Leavitt & Co., 301 Golden Gate Ay. Bargains= Bargains 1910 Oakland Touring Car $600 1912 Studebaker Touring Car $550 1750 lb. Delivery Truck $000 1750 lb. Delivery Truck $450 Liberty Brush Roadster $200 Reo Roadster $550 Hupmoblle Roadster $250 These cars are all In first class coudition. S. F. AUTO REPAIR CO. 150 VALENCIA ST. 19114=Roadster= 11914 We have on hand one brand new 2 passenger Roadster of standard make. 1914 model. This is of 40 horsepower, equipped with Grey ft Davia starter and generator and completely equipped In every way and guaranteed for 1 year. Thla car listed at $2,000. Will be sold immediately for the first reasonable offer. 1440 Van Ness Ay. BARGAINS IN I SKI) CARS Haynes Model 21, 1912. 5 paaseuger. Oldsmobile. 1912, 7 passenger. Abbott Detroit, 1911. 5 passenger. Oakland. 1912. 5 passenger. Also several other cars of standard makes at - prices tor quick sale. Haynes Auto Sales Co., PHONE FRANKLIN 10.-.4. TURK AT POLK WHEN you are ln the market for a car don't fall to see us before buying. TA'e have the best prices in tbe city. Western Auto Exchange 312 GOUGH ST. ALL work guaranteed; good cars our specialty; expert machine work. Universal Auto Repair Company 316 GOUGH ST. AAAA—We pay cash for used csrs. PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE AND REPAIR WORKS, 430 Goiden Gate ay.; tel. Franklin 1586. MUST sell 1912 30 h. p. 5 passenger Max well; $650 cash. 634 Clement St.; phone Paclflc 5976 or 6322. automobTles wanted RUNABOUT wanted for my $500 equity ln 6 room house, or will trade same for dia moods. Pbone Mission 2048. LATE model high grade Roadster with elec tric lights and starter. 350 Mills building. BICYCLES a-d MOTORCYCLES $250 for fnily equipped IS. 2 speed Indian. $200 for regular 13 Ind. twin; run very little. $375 for la Inet I speed, with side car.: elec tric lights and storage battery; like new. $175 for 12 twin Ex. cost $355; good condi. Single Ex. aud single Thor. with magneto. $75. Easy payments at EXCELSIOR AGENCY, 1548 Market. WANTED-Boys with own motorcycles; news paper work; afternoon; go.sl pay. Apply to circulation department, Sao Francisco Call, 3d and Market sts. FOR new and 2d hand bicycles and motorcycles at the right prices see A. ZIMMERUN. 10M G. O. sv..sgt. for famous Dayton motorcycles. 1913 9 h. p. De Luxe, tandem, light, extras; snap. 6014 Geary st.. near 25th ay. WANTED—lndian single. «r twin; will pay spot cash. Phone Valencia 5005. __JEWING MACHINES _ AA—s3s buys new latest model Singers; all other makes «t half catalogue prices. Used machines, all makes $5 to $15 Rebuilt, equal to new $15 ti> $25 Satisfactlou guaranteed or niouey refunded. Over 38 years in business; still- gorwinjf repairing half usual charges; reuUejo-Jtf. bio He NALLY. 2664 Mission st. nr. 2.'ki. Tel. -Mission 202 539 16th st. at Sen Pablo ay. Tel. Oak. 1774. SINGER machines sold and p'tlte,! 26tT4 Mis sion st. bet. 22d' arm 23d: phone Mission 202 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS PHONOGRAPH records; 10,000 2 minute cylin ders at Be each. 721 Gough aL utar M_Jr I lister. I TYPEWRITERS-AND_SJ)^LIEJ i 9 II EA DQU A RTERS FOR ALL MAKES 01 TYPE WKITEBB. I.nrst-st-Slock. Lowest Easiest Terms it. iiiingtoii. Model 10, visible $43.01 ivmlngton. No. « aB.O 1 Remington, No. 7 22.* Remington No. 8, wide carriage 15.0" Underwood, Model 5 t.... 40. Oi Underwood, Model 4 37^51 Tnderwood. Model .'!. wide carriage!!!!.' 4s!w Smith Premier, visible. Model 10... 3.1 Ot Smith Premier. Model 2 IS 01 Smith Premier. Model 4 15'ot Oliver. .Model 5 40'fl* Oliver, latest print type " 40°-,1 Oliver, Model 3 L. C. Smith Br 1 3s!m L. C. Sinltli ft tiro., back spacer model 45.01 80 -y al 3o.o« Every machine fully guaranteed for l year. AH makes of wide and extra wide machines Terms. $5 cssh and $5 per month. Martinet shipped subject to approval. New price IK of all makes sent free upon request Reta: department. WHOLESAI.L TYPEWRITER COMP4,NY Phone Douglas 743. 37 Montgomery 'at WALTER J. WOLF, dealer—Rebuilt typewrit erg of all descriptions; expert repairing typewriters inspected and rented: ribhoaa for all machines; carbon papers anil offlce -,up piles. 307 Bush St.. phone Douglas 4113. A FEW more at $30. consisting of Remlngt m< ami Smith Premiers. L. ft M. A LEX AN DER. sgents L. C. Smith Visible Typewrit <rs, 512 Market St. SEND for our illustrated folders. Retail dept. Wholesale Typewriter Co.. 37 Montgomery st. FURNITURE FOR SALE _ AT FREEMAN'S, cheapest snd best place to buy furniture in city; largest stock. Samples ot prices: Folding beds. $5; dressers. $4; carpets 25c up. Everything In house furnishings at about '.j value. 1953 Sutter near V .r~ STANYAN st.. 12X9—A leather covered parloi set. Turkish rocker, carpets, dresses, etc.; cheap. FURNITURE WANTED _ L. VINCENT, auctioneer, 001 McAllister st.; tel. Home 53434. Park 1805, pays ulgl_t price for furn'd bouses, flats, etc. j spot cjm. NEW and second band furniture bought and sold. WESTLINK. 759 McAllister; Park 4879. PIANOS rented, $1 per month up; no cartage; rent applied. 37 Stockton st. A GOOD second hand Fischer upr.. $150; terms. GIRARD'S. 519 14th St.. Oaklsnd. PIANOS for rent; no cartage. BYRON MAL'ZY. Gold' Medal Pianos. 250 Stockton st. FOR SALE—^MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL ADDING NA TIONAL CASH REG ISTERS=NEW. Registering from B cents to $1.95. price $40j registering from 5 cents to $5.95, tape printer, price $55. TERMS —$5 down and $5 per month. Slightly used and second hand registers at big bargains. THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.. 1040 Market st. FOR sale—New and second bsnd csrom snd pocket billiard tables, bowling alleys and ac cessories, bar fixtures of all kinds; easy pay ments. We trust the people. THE BRUNS WICK-BALK E COLLENDER. CO.. TUT 7tt» Mission st., San Francisco. $65 BUFFET. $25: $50 china closet. $2.".; $45 cssh register. $17.5<>; $60 Davenport. $15; $20 library table, $7.50; $65 Columbia steel range. $20. MARSHAL!, FURNITURE CO.. 470 EIGHTH ST.. OAKLAND. FOR sale—A 1913 2 speed Indian motorcycle, fully equipped Jones speedometer. Presto light and tank, and tandem: new chains and 3 In. auto tires on rear; $225 cash. Call Sunday between 10 and 12 a. m.. HOTEL ASCOT. 1657 Market St.. room 16. ATTENTION—See my plans for 4. 5 and 9 » room bungalows. LEONARD H. FORD. 2136 Center St.. Berkeley. LUMBER—LUMBER —New and second hand lumber, doors, windows, plumbing supplies, etc. Estlmstes cheerfully given. Yard, 1810 Folsom st. at 14tb. Phone Park 698. EUCALYPTUS wood for the grate, sawed and delivered: $12 a cord. T. P. DUFFY. 1200 Church St.: tel. Mission 3607. TWO large oil paintings, suitable for Native Sons' parlor er club; must sell at any price. 767 Pacific building. , SECOND HAND clothing wanted: pay any! price. ISO Sth St.; tel. Market 6559. ALL $2.50 hats, $1.50. POPULAR PRICB HATTERS. 356 Kearny nr. Pine; open evgs. HIGHKST PRICE paid for old buildings. RAPID WRECK. CO.. 115 Church: Mkt. 8264 ELEC. signs, names, cafeteria, pool. club, oys ter grill; steam table cheap. 579 McAllister. GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES AT BOTTOM PRICES; SEE OUR DISPLAY. 1148 MKKT. 16 II P. stationary eng.. good as new. with magneto: $125. KM 28th st. _JMISCEJXAN^^ DIAMONDS wanted—Any siie: we will pay spot cash; no delay or publicity in our trans actions; we have private offlces. CALIFOR NIA LOAN OFFICE, Cslifornls's largest pawnbrokers, now No. BXS Broadway, SW. cor. 9th St., Oakland. DIAMONDS. Jewelry, old gold bought; full value paid. 995 Market st.. room 202. LADIES' and gents' second hand clothing bought and sold. 3461 Mission st.; pbone Valencia 5005. HIGHEST prices paid for castoff clothing. 2203 Mission St.; pbone Valencia 4892. WANTED - Your wornout horses; highest prices psid. 565-567 4th at.. Oskland. Ph. Oak. 68. AA—Highest prices paid for gents' clothing. JACOBY. 707 Golden Gate ay. Park 2543. HIGHEST prices for cast off clothing. EHR LICH. 1167 McAllister; ph. Park 2633. Jr£ORSES^ARN^S^_W\G ON S BUY MARES AND HORSES AT THE WEST ERN HORSE MARKET—Just received. 2 carloads. We have buslnesa buggy horses, milk wagon and laundry wagon horses; also 14 head of heavy draft horses. 4 to 6 years; all stock guaranteed as represented. E. STEWART ft CO.. 14th and Valencia sts. BROADWAY SALE STABLE. 220 BROADWAY. OAKLAND. Has a supply of gentle broke and unbrcke horses always on hand. Give us s call before buying. FOR ssle (cbespl—2 mares. 2 geldings; drive single or double, suitable for city or coun try; 2 saud wagons. 1512 Alabama; Mis» 776. SO head, mules and horses, for rent, or will take contract grading. F. J. KING, 3308 Mission st.. . San Francisco. WANTED—Shetland pouy outfit. 2 ponies pre ferred. Address K. P.. Box 17. Linqatt, Cal. ▼ FOR sale —Ileaw horse; gooa' for country sne. CHAS. HARLF.Y CO.. 7th and TDWnsend «ts. 2D HAND harness for sale: pipe collars snd harness to order. I). HURTON. 1138 Mission. ROOMS TO LET AND^TNJ^RNY^HED CALIFORNIA St., 583. near Kearny—Large, fnrn. rooms; hot water, bath, closet: S8 mo. ELLIS. 1110--Large elegantly newly furn.room; hkpg.; prlv.borne; also single rms.: law rent. EDDY". 952—Sunny rm.. running water, phone, electricity, batb; walking dlst. $3 per week. FELL, 863. nr. steiner—Nicely furn. rooms, gas. bath, phone; for lady or 1 or J gents FARREN ay.. 31. off Eddy St.. bet. Pierce and Scott—Large, aunny rooms; $2 per week up. HOTEL RICHLAND, lotb aud Mission sts.— Reasonable rooms by day or week; neat; sunny; pbone. JACKSON st.. 1251—Nicely furn. rm.. desir ably located; walking distance. Fk. Wi*. JONES. 1032—2 large front rms by wk. or no : Portola people accommodated. Fkln. S4H4. LEAVENWORTH st.. 1327. apt. IS—Cosy, vest room; walking dhttauce; to visitors W permanent; very cheap. LOMBARD St.. 2727-9. facing fair grounds - Room from $1.75 week, with all improve ments. bath; tel. Weat 3829. MASON st.. 635, bet. Sutter and Bush FJe gantly furn. sunny ruts.; geuts; reasonable. O'FARRELL St., 17T8— Large sunuy .'mot room; well furnished. SACRAMENTO «t.. 1362. 1 ear Jones—Front sunny room, free tel.: also wanted voting insn to sbare room. $7.."m month. KTKINr:I'. «t.. 097—Beautifully furnished; pri vate family; phone, bath, running water. THE KAKLK. 140 Turk st —Elegsntly furnish e»,,r.Qams by the day. week or month; trans. ■■- ... ...Hi, TWO large con. suunv rms.. besutlfully ror nlshed. in privste family. Pbone Mi's. M""- TURK, 822—Sunny furn. front and side rooms. $8 to $10 per month; batb: phone; genilems-i UNION. 144.8-Modern 5 rm Mai : wli reiii4J|R or part to responsible parry-. Franklin : . 18TH st.. 86w*l between liuerrero and Ho:or«s— 1 marj. furu_Md fce_ aar_, eve** ante renlenee; $7 par month.