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s iday. 8 p m. No • • ' s
i LAIBVOYANT readings dfli'ly. dVv«ropipg
-> Tues. and Fri.. b p. ai. : I.IR.'..AL.LEN,
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A A—MRS. L. Ifc KIN N AIR D; ord..-.' corij llally'.'
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SPIRITUALISM - •.'.'..
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tUHL TYI.KR MOULTON:''.D:'. A. • 81. 'oepuit.
teacher—Spiritual meetings V'th" messages.'
Sun.. Tues.. Thurs.. S p.. In.. Readings* daiij.
:Sth St.. Oakland: .plio/i.c Lakeside. 1254.'
SCIENTIFIC ' TREATMENT!. ..
fcEADCATE nurse; " I'sTttic'-'llght.-salt water.'
Nauheim baths; uitra violet •fay treatment
tor weakness." I"n:"ti Snuar'e bujldln'g. .r'nut
: s (leaving ejevator Kirn to rialiti,.3-*>o Post'
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HAIR ou fsce netVr gn«vs igsiu wjien.-treirted.
t'i me with«electri-- need4e: 25 years*.iirsc
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taa st. uear Hyde. . .:' '..
SHS ERANKLIN -Elec. treat., blanket sweats.*
miv. batb. scientific mass.: grad, uunse* pbv's.
rcf. Office 532 Whitney b1dg ; ;.133" Geary at
TRAINED nurse gives electric baths;-sciebjlflc.
aiassage; elec. "treatment tor rheu'ibaOsm and
stomach trouble. 406 Sutter «f.. ..
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Ata.l.l. li-OhM. iAtb. and sewing;
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BUSINESS PERSONALS
Continue*
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WE TEACH ELECTROLYSIS. FURNISH OF
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ington st.. Oakland. Here 32 years.
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treating ALL parts of the body.
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YV A N TED—lnformation about W. J. Rurgin.
83 vVars old. weigUt 175 pounds, height 5
feet" lO'-j inches; has birth mark (brown
'epetl over temple, front tooth capped with
gold, smooth shaven when last seen; last
beard fr.'in at Bakersfield. Cal.. two years
ago. Add/ess GEORGE BUiIGIN, Billings.
.Oklahoma.
H U RCHJS^ERVICE^ZZ
• CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES.
* Subject of lesson sermon:
. "EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT."
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST,
church edifice, California and Franklin sts. —
Sunday, ll a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school. 9:30 and 11 a. m. Wednesday even
ing meeting at 8 o'clock.
SECOND CHURCH OF •CHRIS'S SCIENTIST.
"Knights, of Pythias auditorium. 115 Valen
cia st.—Sunday, 11 "a. m.; Sunday school.
. sanv. hour. Wednesday evening meeting at
8- o'clock. Free reading room, 2561 Mission
it., open 11 a. m. to 5 p.* m., except Snn
days an*T holidays.
ThIRD CHI'RCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST.
699 "Shrader st. nesr Haight —Sunday, 11
.* a."jn.; Sunuiy school. 9:30 a. m. Wednea
. dhy-evening meeting at 8 o'clock.
FOURTH CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST.
' Native Sons' ball. 4.30 Mason st. between
Post and Geary—Sunday services at 11 a. m.
' Wednesday, evening meeting at 8 o'clock.
, Suhilav school. *9:30 a. m. at Richmond Ma
', sonic temple, 'corner Ist ay.- and Clement st.
The chare hen oT Christ Scientist in San Fran
. "Cisco unite id conducting Christian Science
'"• reading rooms at 140 Geary st. ou the ninth
.fi'JoV of tbe Sachs building; open dally from
9 - a". -m. to 9 p. "m.. except Wednesdays. 9
s a. m. to'*s p. m., ami Sugdays and holidays,
JU. 1 * 5 "p*. na'.
All are welcome to attend the meetings
: and' visit the reading rooms.
V-FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
Meeting, by the distinguished courtesy of the
Rabpi aud Trustees, in Temple Emanu-El,
• ". • • • ' s>utter st. , *
.■•THE REV'! C. F. A KEP. D. LL. D.
I '•'The-•fellowship -In triumph at Wordsworth's
One.great society alone on earth; the. noble
The' second. oU'a" series of four special *ser
m;>f!s .on Iv'The - Moral .Value of .Shakespeare's
\' -Subject. "Macbeth."
• oates and subjects are: ** .
.'■ • . 'Nov.enjber 9, cHamlet"- '
•* ".' .NoveinbeY 16. "Henry V. *
GRAVE ''.PRO CATHEDRAL,- cor. .Talyl'or and
' s.i r-Srn'cnto sts.. one block" from Fairmont
. let*-!. -Wiillam Ford Nichols. D.D..* bishof);
■Jl : Wilmer Gresham,* D.D..- dean. Sunday
services as follows; «8 a! m., • bolv com
"tnunlon. .9:45 a. m.. Sundky" school. 11
'o'clock, morning service, with sermon by
thi'slean. ' 4:30 p. ni.. vesper servire. with
•■nri'dress. ' Week day services. .Dally morn
' ing- and evening prayer at*B.3o a*bd 0:30.
' -.Tse.Pr.-Cathedral is within easy reach of
','all oowntjvwn hotels. •
.. • . FIRST U-NTTARIAsN CHURCH, .
•' ' •Franklin'and Geary sts.* •. *
' REV. C. S. S. DUTTON. .
: 'It- a. In ~ CHURCH SERVICE- '.'.STEER
TOR .THE * DEEP *PLAVES." * . '
R>* *'. .in.". Pilgrim Snntfky -sr hool; Chas. A.
*M,aadock. superintendeT.it, * •
.10:15; mtplster's study, class. Mr. •I)uttoo;
topfe, ' "Cat rents-of Mod.erri* Thongjit." " ,
•'. I»..".«'.'.:Horace • 'Davis. LL.D.;. topic. "The
Begini/iags-of-t-fie church."
''8:00 p. "m.' 'EVENING SERVICE, topic?
'.*Ttee NP«t .liopeful Sign.in. T<«Ja.v> Life.".
•H. '• lEret'he'rick-. . organist and choir director.
.•'AH..ace ivfdially 'invited.
■~ FIRST' PRES B* VIE RIA N CHURCH.
: ■ 'Ne»ss ay.. at .Sacranienfr) jstT -
.' RE.V! WI.LI'IAM KIRK GUTIIRIE. D. "D..
, .'7;30 p. ii., "'The Development of Christian J
»:"45" a •«:'.• BiWe w-Cob'l:' 10 a, ra.'i Men's
Bible- class. ■ ' V *. *. .
S>'%\ I- m: .' Christian Endeavor.
• "7::k» p.- m.. Monthly praise.service and ogtyn
'recital. Wednesday. 8 p.* m... flrayer meeting.
••; .' VOI-' ARg 'WELCOME.
'. .. • '.NEW JERI SAI.EM CHURCIi. •
... " . " . iSw edenliorgian i . * '.
O-'Farrell •.st..'-bct. Webster and Fillmore.
• ••' . Rev, J S. 'David. * . ,
•''ll :: a. n'..- "Th.- HtMea TS-easure.". * ' |
'.12 hi.. :Tb'e'.Holv Supper." .
' 'T.'Sffp nr.: free 1.-cture-on "CORRES.POND
ENCES, iae JCey- to the Hidden of
'the.' >Torld.'.'.. ...
INTERNATIONXL RIBIJ-: STUDENT S'' AS*-
SQCIATJOfc—A * special calendar has been
arranged for fhe month-of November. Note.!,
ministers At .ilie I'lilteif States and Eugiainl
Jlav.e oeeo'engaged to'speak to Sail "Fran
" ,«JMa'a public, coinmenciug Sunday. Nov. 2,
• at 3 o'ejoi-k. • with •
•' PASTOR E. D. SEXTON OF LONDON"
as "the first speaker. in tbe Golden .Gate com
' ihahdery- . Sutter st. near Steiner. These
Bjet M are entirely free to ail and will be
..a. gn-at Incentive to bible study, for which
. - IL a-•?»., Betel Oakland 1 .
. Oaklaji'l.:. subject. "Anto. Suggestiou : Hp".
' -p". -m.. at'.lvoliler & Chane ball. 26 O'Farrell
.'m • S. 'F. "Controlling by Sugg-stion "
. 'oflj r fre« .lectures Tuesday. 8 p\ m... Hotel
• Oakianii. " and Friday. 8 [»- .As., Kobler &
•Chase'hall.. Dr. Lind'say at Hotel Maryland.
FITZGERA'I.D SOUTHERN METHODIST
.- i-liiin n. tiie Strangers' chnrcii. cor. Eddy Tuml
' CraakUl 'st-.—Rev. *T. "W Horn, pastor.
' li.- o;ii!ng 11 *a. m. by the pastor. . "The
Lenjrul of" Eternity " Evening servi<-es 7:30
p. ni. Preaching by Rev. E. A. Tabor. Sun
• <lay ».cb>>ol 10 a» BL Epworfh League 7 p.
*m.L . Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
•- Strangers" especially invited: seats "free.
• Conic.no Turk'-Mdy or Ellis ear. Tel. Frank
•lin* 601." •
CENTRAL JU. E. chur'h. O'Farrell and I^>av
• eawortfa sts.—Snndav school 9:45 a. m.,
'" BtoHa V. Watt, saperlatimient. Rev. Al
• .ing serrtces.'ll a. tn., subject! Be Te
' l*..rs of the Ward am! Not Shewers. De
ceiving Your Own Selves." Evening services
' 7:4.". p. m.. subject. "Immortality and Na
; tore.'' All welcome; seat" free.
•GRACE a'jethodist EPISCOPAL caarce,
cor.'Slat and Capp st* - Rev. Jolin Stephens.
. D". •!>..> pastor. Communion service st 11 a.
m.. with SJQ address by tbe pastor: at 7:30
p. vn. the pastor will preach: subject. "Tbe
Greater.Hicaw* > y''; good music. Se.its free.
L. "Ml- lnvi'te.l. Sundsy school at 9:45 a. m.
~ "Take Mlssj.,l, or Valencia cars to 21st st.
= • I.l!fiTTY* EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
.* . ■ Corner vf Bush and. Gough sts.
'. - Rev 'F W. (Tatnpett, D. D.. Rector.
. II ,'>. comnMakm. 7: 4 30: Sunday school. 9:45:
morning prayer «nd holy comtuunion at. 11
r o'clock The regunr "one hour service at 8
j o.Vloek". .TJi' r< ' tor will pr>ach at both serv
ices. . . •
INTER RATIO "CAL BIBU STY.DENTS' ASSO
CIATfIIN An Interesting public sermon on
• the optimistic "Divin*' Plan of the Agrs"
wall be given every Sunday at 3 o'clock by
able ministers <>f the Pacific coast at their
auditorium la the Golden Gate Commandery
ball, Sutter st. near Stelner. Seats free. No
! . >!lection • Subject. "The Day of Judg-
I ment." by E O. Hammond.
It. LISTER of New York, scientist, phil p;..-r
and psychologist. Free iectures Snti'l«y. H
p. m.. Native Sons' bldg.. 414 Mason St..
S. F. "I'iffcn fit Realms of Consciousness.''
Friday. 8 n. in.. Blake hall, f.29 12th st..
Oakland. "The Power of Silence. Literature
and Books" at Hotel Heaaola. O'Fairell aud
I Jones sts.. Ssu Franclsoo.
THEOSOPHICAL MEETINGS
THBOWOPHICAL SOCIETY Public lectures
I every Su:i«l«y. Native Sons' bldgy 414 Ma-
I son st.. at 8 p. m. Subject, - our Attitmle
Toward the Drunkard." by Mr. Niels Ann-
CLAIRVOYANTS
A —MOTHER LENA, best clairvoyant and spir
itualist; speaks S lne.g'iugi-s. UeaoVi your life
from cradle to the grave. 1 guarantee to help
you in all affairs when all others fail; 30
ye;irs in San Francisco. Made lots of poor
rich and lots of bad good. Others come and
go. 1 remain. lam the one that saves people
from trouble. Readings 50c. 2624 Mission.
j AFTER lieing disappointed by others. Mrs. Bel
mont, psychic palmist, clairvoyant, reads
I from cradle to grave, without question or m1«
-i takt. MU2 Son l'ublo, OakUL; Lakeside 3060.
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' wills, deeds; removes evil Influences, reunites
separated; readings 50c: satisfaction guaran
teed. «25 3d st.. next 'Hearst building.
A—PRINCESS ZORAIDA. Egyptian palmist,
clairvoyant: she has no eqnal; she tells your
name without ssklng a quest.; special read..
.-50 c: hrs. 10-9: closed Sun. 1843 Fillmore st.
MME. 7.A7.ELL. mystic clair.. crystal gazer,
palmist, healer—ln what others claim to u«
see her for best results: how to invest for
• success; {eunites separated. 1" 3d off Mrkt.
MME KRONKNRERG. clairvoyant and card
leading: when others fall try me: lsdles 2.^-,
* gents 50c. 3333 22d st. nr. Valencia: phone,
cal! bet. 8 and 10 a. m.: phon» Y'alencia 2945.
AKA —VERA MARSH, medium, tells your
inline: reliable advice en business, family
and love affairs: 500. 966 Market st.. opp.
Eifipresp* theater.
FREE TEST READINGS; GYPSY CAMP.
ROOM 5. 827 Broadway. Oakland.
AST BO LOGICAL card reaulng. 50c. MRS.
SANBURG. 144.' Ftllnior.-
ASTROLOGY ; ;
r M!SS STARR, astlologist. reads full life scien
tfncallv. Eagle apt . "55 Eddy st.. apt. 11.
PALMISTRY
PROF. ZOTX) now located at 2419 Grove st.
Special readings: palmist. Oakland.
. EDUCATIONAL___
Any youimg roam wit Hi a
backbone where it
ought to be, who fsas
. S2OID cash and! can fair
* nish reSSable refer=
• -ences, would make a
business move in his
own behalf to see
Ferry Advergraph Co.,
437 Pacafic bldg.
California College off
Shorthand and
Typewriting.
The only college on the Pacific coast specializ
ing In shorthand aud typewriting. Superior
standard maintained: individual training:
day and evening classes; private classes.
11127 Clay St. Cor. 12th,
OAKLAND. CAE.
BOOKKEEPING ~
I>-srn bookkeeping: yon will never regret it.
Short, thorough, practical course. Individual
Instruction. Moderate price and easy terms.
W L. Danterman. ex. aict.. 1252-6 Flood bldg.
A—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
branchee for ladies and gentlemen whose
education has been neglected. Classes in Eug
llsn for foreigners, 1it.32 Phelan bldg.
The Only Cartoon School
In the West
Now open. Class hours, 7 p. tn. to 9 p. m.
Apply studio. 1176 Phelan building. Western
School of Cartooning.
OAKLAND Business College. 1020 Broadway-
Private Instruction shorthand, bookkeeping,
typing. English, arithmetic; day and even
ing: attendance limited: rapid aiiVancement;
position secured. Shorthand taught by mall.
OAKLAND SHORTHAND ISSTITT TE -A Wgh
grade private school that specializes In
shorthand and tvpevvrltlng. Havens building.
529 121h st.. Oakland.
MARION WARDE. dramatic studio, conducted
by experienced professionals: ebsution. act
ios:, practical atage trainmc. Suite 12. 834,
Eddy st.
AA—SHORTHAND AND TYPING i legal and
commercial!; INDIVIDUAL TRAINING
PITMAN STUDIO. 522 Hearst b-jlldiag.
AA—Acting, singing, stage dancing, songs,
•■ketches written: catalogue. Southern S. C.
Studio. 333 Haight st.
EXPERT. quick instruction. ai! LATEST
DANCING. PROF HEINZ, 1514 Polk St.;
phone Franklin 8037.
J. C RAITH. 2166 Sutter .t.- Piano, organ,
vl«lin and harmony. Phone West 3390.
RiNGNALDA NORMAL SCHOOL 25th year.
615 Stelner St.: telephone Market 701 C
YOUNG lady will give lessons On piano to
begin., 50c per lioux. Phone Mis.k»a HOT.
I EDUCATIONAL I
. Continued
! STAMMER? Metho.l to cure explained FREE, j
I M. L. HATTIRLD. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal. j
"FiTT BERfJTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
2531 W.i'hlnaton nr. Fillmore. Send for clr. I
t l_X-'--U I . 1 U^-LJMM
EDUCATIONAL—BERKELEY
' FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 .'sbattuek
I ay.. Berkeley. CaL. r.smi 4, Wright block.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
I N K W GRANT AGENCY—Best Chinese. Japs,
i nese. Filipino cooks and waiters; aay work.
417 Grant ay. nr. Rush: tel. Douglas 1406.
' ALL kinds of help wanted and furnished. PAN
AMA WESTERN EMP. BUREAU. 206 4th st.
• JAPANESE-CHINESE Emplovinent Offi.-e —All
kir is <f I .-st beln. 2184 Fiilmore; West 3"U».
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
I FEMALE
A MAN AND WIFE WANT POSITIONS TO I
! GETHER; REF. PHONE MISSION 7507 OR j
j WHITE Z7SG MISSION ST.
A SWEDISH girl desires work, city or conn
ttj; $3". to |*0. M!SS DILLON, 1864 Sut
ter st.: West 04119.
! DRESS MAKER and tailoress. cuts and fits,
half price, or finish: remodels. 915 Polk st.;
phone Franklin 1733.
DRESS MAKER a.d tailoress, outs and its
half price, or finish; remodels. 915 Polk
st.; phone Franklin 1733.
EXCELLENT plain cook wishes light house
work; no washing. West 2785. |
| GERMAN lady, practical unrsc, wants a posl- j
ttoa to take care of lady or gentleman tit-
I vallds und light housekeeping Wuik; city or
j country. 2079 13th st.. S. F. j
GOOD steady woman, a good worker, would I
I like work for Fridays and Saturdays; a j
' g<»ul laundress, washing and cleaning. Phone
} Park 3890. 1309 Harrison st.
HOI SEWOBK. with a ctild. 65 Colridge St.
I f2O a month.
mTn~ AND WIFE WANTS POSITION T0-
G ETHER; REF. PHONE MISSION 75t)7.
OR WRITE 2738 MISSION ST.
STENOGRAPHER, six months' experience,
wants steady position; salary $35. Phone
West 2f"o
j BTRNOGRAPHBR and typist. 6 years In one
place, desires position; Remington operator;
j salary $15 week. Box MBS, Call office.
i 1 f!BT would iike copy work to do at boms;
reasonable. Address box 1373. Call office.
WANTED -By experienced lady, position In
I apt. bouse or hotel. 1. HELPER, phone
WANTED—By lady of 22. position in store or
j any stmlla/ w«rk. Address J. HELPER. 1657
I Gough St.. or pbone West lfius. apt. 3.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
■ - MA£M_
AN Irish laborer of s*> years, wishes a Job
as choroman around a private place for $20
per month and found. Address. If required,
MICHAEL HI TI.Ki:. 1015 Folsom st.
COLORED man wishes position as porter; can
give reference. Tel. Douglas 39C9.
EXPERT i.rohnrdlst, with large and success
ful experience in management of central Cal
ifornia fruit industry from nursery to pack
ing house, best of references, is open for
eagagenteat as foreman or would take up
land development and accept land as part of
salary: bo cheap Jobs wanted. Box 1649,
Call office.
j ELDERLY", trustworthy man wishes position
I in store or any similar work; good penman;
speaks English and German; ref. Phone
! West 16»8. apt. 3.
| I
ELDERLY German, willing Worker, handy and
| honest, can milk cows, tend poultry, all
kinds stock, like place in or near city. Ad.
[ dress box 4890. Call offlce. Oakland.
j ENGLISH and French stenographer and typist
wants situation In S. F. or Oakland. Has
i been 18 months assistant mauager of export
I and itnporl firm in China. E. MORISOT,
614 Pine st.; phone Kearny 441 R.
j EXPERIENCED rooflfc colored man wishes
position in v hotel or apartment house as
rs Hboy, ■ levator boy or bar porter. Pbone
Kearny 3152,
FRENCH chauffeur mechanic wishes position
In fismlly. city or country. Box 1970. Call.
FIRST class waiter desires steady position,
city or country Address i>,.\ 1634. Call.
GOOD Chinese family cook wishes position in
rate family, $50 and $55. WANG WA.
J9OB Saernniento st.
GROCER'S porter with packing experience
wi slues position; first class references. Ad
dress box 1635, Call office.
| HIGH class family cook: kindly ring up China
60. or address l<>44 Grant ay.. San Fran
i Cat., i ar* kwong on TAI.
I JANITOR, porter in barber shop, hotel waiter
I or dish washer: colored: all around man.
• Address J. MILLS. Sao Rafael. Cal.
| POSITION WANTED i!Y" UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE IN ELEC. ENG.: 6 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE IN MA i' FACT! 'RING AND
POWER INSTALLATION: 2 YEARS IN
MOTOR SALES WORK; POSITION WANT
ED IN ANY OF THE ABOVE LINES; REF
ERENCE FURNISHED. BOX 1641. CALL.
PLASTERING Df uay or contract; prices
right: lii-t elan mechanic; also lathing at
$2.50 per thousand: city or country. Ad
dress box i«23. Call office.
. POSITION wanted paper cutting and creasing;
pressman. Address box 1630. Call offlce.
. SORER ra*rrii4) man, handy with tools, wishes
•nj kind ot work. Call KIESLINU, phono I
Wtst snu.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED (
YOUNG man wishes situation as private detect-
H ■ vocrlcnced. BOX tPJS, Call office.
JVATiiTED__
UNTRAINED girls seeking positions in any de
partment of domestic service may find boms
and free training by applvlng to VOCA
TIONAL TRAINING "SCHOOLS of San Fran
cisco. 1810 Dlvlsadero st.: West 2544.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING —The famous
PEA V V (P. V.) SYSTEM; enroll now. CALI
FORNIA SCHOOL OF HAIR DRESSING. 967 j
Market St., second fioor. near Empress thea- I
ter. Write for booklet.
wanted -Chorus girl for long engagement on '
tbe road: American circuit of theaters. 618 i
Westbank bldg |
LADIES and girls to tint pillow tops at betae; i
16 to $60 per dozen; experience unnecessary :
at starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS'N..
!)27 Broadway, Oakland', rm. 30. 10 to 4 p. ro.
WRITE MOVING PICTURE PLAYS: $60 eacn;
all or spare time: no experience nor corre
spondence course. Details free. ATLAS
PUBLISHING CO.. 70 Cincinnati. O.
WRITE MOVING PICTURE PLAYS: $50
each; all or spare time; no experience nor
correapoadeßee course. Details free. Atlas
Publishing Co.. 70 Cincinnati. O.
GIRL operators, numbering machine; must be
neat and refined: no experience required; $6
per w.-ek to start. Call 417 Hewes bldg.
YOUNG lady wanted for shsiling gallery. $2
fwr day ; 8 hours' work. Call between 1 and
3 p. St.. 514 Pacific st.
MEDICAL massage taught: positions secured.
DR. RIEDL. 2327 Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
Saleswomen and Solicitors Wanted
LADY' solicitors for new $5 vacuum manager,
water power; easy work: splendid income;
city or Oakland. 3919 California st.
MALE HELP WANTED
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 aud the knowledge gained will give
you
EFFICIENCY
In any l'ne of business. Yon owe lt to your
self to investigate tbJs. Drop us a postal for
particulars
TODAY
BUSINESS MENS LAW COLLEGE.
Mills building: phone Douglas 3000.
SALESMEN to call on ladles' tailoring trade
to solicit subscriptions for a high class fash
ion publication iv city of San Francisco and
surrounding territory. Only ambitious, sober
aud industrious men need apply: good aftpor
tunity and big mojiev maker for the right
person. Write NEWMAN KING FASHION
CO., 277 sth ay.. New York city.
MOLES BARKER COLLEGE
Men, women, learn the barber trade; we
teach yon In 8 weeks; pays wages while learn
ing: Motet graduates always iv demand; posi
tion guaranteed; we also give yon a complete
chemical course free. Call and let us explain.
234 3d st.
DO YOU WANT TO STOP PAYING RENT
AND OWN YOUR OWN HOME?
Listen! I ea» do this for you anywhere In j
California an.! on tbe installment plan. Agents
wanted. GEO, F. HILTON. 783 Market st.. \
209 Humboldt Bans building. San Francisco.
WANTED Straightforward man to help man
age ami work In well established business,
abo can furnish $250 with his services: will
pity $125 monthly; no previous experience
necessary; clean, agreeable work. Call 838
Market si.. root* 90S.
WAN TED Experienced man to take charge of
manufacturing department of and
comforters: no oilier but first class men need
apply. RESTMORE MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, Vancouver. B. C.
WANTED --Hi ah school hoys to take leases on
afternoon paper routes; a good opportunity
for right boys; a chance to eondnd ■ busi
ness of your own. Apply Circulation Depart
ment. Call, 1540 Broadway. Oakland.
BRISCOE BARBER COLLEGE wants men to
learn barber trade; come see us first, tben
go see others and be convinced; we g>\e yea
the best proposition. 759 Howard st. bet.
3d and 4th.
CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE.
I/Cam 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.
GOVERNMENT positions; thousands of ap
pointments to be made: booklet IS4, telling j
whore and what they are. salaries paid etc., |
sent free; examination soon in every state: j
special com-e for postmasters. NATIONAL
COR. INSTITUTE. Washington. D C.
DoN T PAY" to learn trade of automobiles,
electricity, plumbing, bricklaying. Do ii l-y
actually working at the trade with us In
our shop, etc.; only short time required.
UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONT. CO., J214
Call building.
I WILL start you earning $4 dally at IKHM
tn spare time, silvering mirrors: no capital:
send for free instructive txw.klel. giving plans
of operation. G. F. REDMOND, Dept. 97,
Boston, Mass.
WANTED—Boys with own motorcycles; news
paper work: afternoons; good pay. Apply
circulation department. San Francisco Call,
3d and Market sts.
WANTED Good baker and pastry cook as
partner in downtown cafe; only a few hua-
I dred dollars required. Apply L. OBTNER I
CO.. 129 Sutter at.
MALE HELP WANTED
Sj!yil!j"*j*5 > jL™
WANTED—Boy to assist in acrobatic art:
weight not over 100 lbs. Call between 1C
and 12 a. m.. at IS Borland »t.. city.
WANTED—Hi small tooring cars or regi
sters for afternoon work. Ask for MR.
JONES. Circulation Department, The Call.
MEN, is to 35. become Railway Ma I Clerks
$75 month. Apply for information, box 1635,
Call office.
MEN and women to !e a rn the barber trade;
special inducements to next 5. INTERN 4-
TION'AL BARBEB SCHOOL. 790 Howard st.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL—Good chance for be
ginners. Call for particulars at IS4I Mar
ket st.
MINNICK HOTEL—Booms with batb lobby,
modern conveniences, S2 weekly. 345 3d st.
MEN with patentable ideas write RANDOLPH
& CO.. patent solicitors. Washington. D. C.
MAKE $1 an hour: classes and by mail. B. P.
SHOW CARD SCHOOL. 015 Van Nes- ;v
MAN to learn automobile driving, repairing;
tuition $10—no more, no less. 1906 Mission
WANTED--Two men to learn automobile driv
ing, repairing and care. Apply 312 Cough st.
LEARN barber trade- make money while learn
ing. S. E. BARBER COLLEGE. 105 4th st.
BOYS trtth working certificates; work 5 p. m.
to B p. m. Apply 1461 Polk st.
AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS are coining money selling our hit
10c packages of 20 assorted holiday postal
cards. "5,000 varieties." "Big profits."
Sell everywhere at sight. Sample packag*
10c. Particulars free. SULLIVAN CAR!
CO.. 1234 Van Huron st.. Chicago. 111.
$ :; " I"" week selling Easy Suction Sweeper
Double action pump operated by Wheels;
creates powerful suction. All metal. Low
price. Sample free. POOTE MFG. CO
Dayton, o. *
AGENTS—2SO per cent profit. Wonderful lit
tie article. Can be carried in pocket. Belß
like wild fire. Write quick for terms and
free sample. H. MATHEWS, 6610 Hoppei
st.. Dayton. 0.
AGENTS—SOO per cent profit. Gold and Silver
Sign Letters for store a nd office windows.
Any one can put on. Free sample MKT.W.t IC
LETTER CO.. 437 N. Clark st. Ciiicg...
VACUUM CLEANER AGENTS, HERE IT IS:
ABSOLI TELV new design in wheel-operated,
powerful bellows vaonnm cleaner; new rlsi
Me nozzle: exclusive appearance: sells quick
at $7.56. Write for particulars about money
back guarantee now. DOTY CO.. Dayton, o.
WE PA V $36 A WEEK and expenses to men
with rigs to introduce poultry compound. Year'i
contract, imperial Mfg. Co., Dept. 7s, Parsons,
X a n.
WANTED-- MEN and WOMEN EVERY
WHERE who can SELL GOODS that SFI I
THEMSELVES. MARVELIN. 1436 Franklin
st.. Oakland. Cal.
SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
MEN and women to sell accident and health in
surance: previous experience not necessary;
big commissions, pleasant work, easy boars:
cull only lo a. at. to 3 p. m. Great Wester]
Accident Assn.. 414 Hearst bldg., 8. F*.
SALESMEN making small towns, whole titui
Of side line, should carry our fast sell si
pocket side line. Special sales plan allowing
return of unsold goode. Makes quick easy
sales. $4 commission on each order SOME
THING ENTIRELY NEW. Write for outfit
CanfiYld Mfg. Co.. 208 Sigej si.. Chicago. 11l
salesman, cxpciencci traveler Cor Call for
BU for 1014. Weil known Use. Attractlvi
sales proposition. High commissi oo witl
$35 weekly advance. Ref. ' required Salet
■Manager. SOO Woodward by., Detroit, M i,
ADVERTISING calendar and fan salesman foi
our 1015 line art calendars: low prices' easy
•alas; big commissions. Write for pronos
Hon. NEW ,oKK ADVERTISING CO
136 West 14th St.. New York. ' "
WANTED-Rv large manufacturer of heaw
work good*, experience,; gb.ve salesmen fo'i
western territory. Address box 1636. Call
THREE solicitors at once, steady position
414 Hugo st. Call mornings.
? A _
BARBEBS. ATTENTION!
OAKLAND OFFICE. THE CALL
1340 BROADWAY. PHONE OAKLAND 10S3.
MEN and women to learn the barber trade;
wages while learning. NATIONAL BARBER
SCHOOL, 473 9th st.. Oakland. Cal.
SKF.LY buys right, the right goods, the right
time, therefore can sell you righs. 304
Hayes gt.
W ANTED -Harbor to work on Saturday «ru
Sunday. Apply 525 Mb St.. Oakland
BARBER wanted. 1604 FWsom st. near 12th
WANTED—2 barbers for Saturday and Snn
day. $7. at 2253 Mason si.
AUTOMOBILES WANTED
LATE model high grade Roadster with e|ec
trie lights and starter. 350 Mills bnlldlng.
AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES
bargains"
Two 5 passenger Havers ears: used as
demonstrators. In perfect condition; fuilj
guaranteed.
Havers Motor Car Co.,
600 VAN NESS. PROSPECT 1040.
RADIATORS, lamps, fenders repaired. THI
VALENCIA AUTO SHEET METAL WORKS
Hi Valencia st.
AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES
Continue*
bXrgain" hunters,
attentions
BONA FIDE CLEAN UP SALE OF SECOND
HAND CARS.
We have too many second hand cars on
hand. We've got !o mare them to make
room for new cars and more trades. For
quick sales have reduced the prices nay
below actual value. Over twenry ears in
all. We are determined to sell, aud no
reasonable offer refused. Come and see for
yourself.
i FOR INSTANCE:
BUICK 5 pass, touring car $450
FRANKLIN. 6 cyl.. 2 pass. Races bout $473
R. C. IL. 5 pass, touring car. latest m0d.5550
EVERETT. 6 cyl., 5 pass, touring car $650
BTUDEBAKEH 90, IBIS, 5 pass., nearly
new $650
RAMBLER. 7 pass., 1012, run 2.000 miles
only $750
POPE HTFD., 1910. 5 pass., extra fine $750
WINTON. 0 cyl.. 5 pass.. late type $900
MANY OTHERS-EASY TERMS.
1911 PACKARD 30; 1013 LOZIEB, Lakewood
model.
1012 ALCO, 7 pass, touring car. like new.
1910 7 pass. PEERLESS, rebuilt: guaranteed.
1910 PEERLESS. 7 pass., 6 cyl., rebuilt, re
painted and guaranteed.
1911 PEERLESS, 6 cyl., 7 pass., ditto.
1012 PEERLESS. 6 cyl., 7 pass, ditto.
1011 PEERLESS, 4-40 Landanlet; like new
1912 PEERLESS "24" Laudaulet; like new.
H. 0. Harrison Company
COR. VAN M>S AND POST.
UsarfCaiirs
WE have some exceptional bargains in used
cars. They are all in good condition, are
ready to demonstrate and the prices are
right. You must see these cars to appre
ciate what we have to offer.
Model X Stevens=Duryea
4 cyl., 5 pass. tour. $9*IMD
1912 Pope=liartford
6 cyl., 7 pass. tour. $1,650
11913 Oakland
6 cyl. 7 pass. tour. $1,25©
1911 Pierce=Arrow *
6 cyL, 7 pass. Limn. $2,250
1912 OMsnuofMle
4 cyL, 5 pass. # tour. -$S7S.
1100 VAN NESS AYE.
Guaranteed Rebuilt
Automiolbiles
Sold on Easy Terms
Overland. 1913, electric lights and
starter $ 950.00
Overland. BM3. S passenger 750.00
Overland, 1013, 2 passenger , 750.00 ,
i Overland. 1913. 45 hp 1,400.00
Kissel Kar "Six." f passenger 1.100.00
I Maxwell. 5 passenger 450.00
Pennsylvania. 4 passenger ."ofi.csi
Overland Roadster ->*00.00
Overland, 4 passenger * ... 430.00
301 Golden Gate Aye.* :
Bargains in Used G'arjj& *'
1912 Chalmers, fully equipped, including air
starter; also electric born. This car is in ex
cellent condition and is a bargain; $850! "'
1011 Reo. 4 cyl.. 30 h. p.; j net painted' and.,
put in first class condition; $600. "
1912 Reo the sth. 4 cyl.. 30 h. p.: *new.'.y* •
painted and in beautiful condition; $750. *.
Reo delivery tmck. 1.500 pounds capacity; •
In excellent condition: $500. •" . .' .
• Reo Pacific Co., ~
1622-ir,2S VAN NESS AY. NR. CALIFORNIA.,
BARGAINS—BARGAINS ~' '. .
1912 Flanders touring car ~.. $4:>o-.
UU2 Buick roadster $»>'i)<
1913 Chalmers "6" touring car "... .$1.350"i
1912 Chalmers ','39", roadster <575
1912 Oakland roadster .'. .$550
1910 Hudson roadster $425
19.pi tad iliac touring car %.'. $500 ,
1013 Oakland 42 touring car $1,000
1912 Locomobile 0 touring $1,800
PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. . .
430 GOLDEN GATE: FRANKLIN 1386 *
1912 INTERSTATE" 40 •
hp., WILL SELL CHEAP
FOR CASH. * .' *•
POORE BR&S;
468 GOLDEN GATE, AYE.. * .
1 Beautiful Coupe. 1913. at a Bargain*.
■I Laudaulet. 7 pass $400'
Royal Tourist, 50 hp, 7 pass...; , . ~$4OO
Florder's Studebaker 1913 Jloadster. 20
hp $450
A. B. AUTOSALES CO.
346 GOLDEN GATE AYE.
■ _ , m|
1912 Regal underslung roadster; 1912 Over
land. I pass.: 1910 Regal. 5 pass., fore
! door; Standard-Dayton fonadiaar, 7 pass.; 60
I hp. roadster: Elmore. 4 pass., foredoor; 40*
hp. Rambler. 5 pass.; Pope-Hart ford.
K-C Al To & TRUCK EXCHANGE, IMI
• Market »t.
REBUILT CARS. •
Haynes Model 22. 1913. 5 pass *
Haynes Model 22, 1913, Roadster. •
Havnes Model 21. 1812, Spaas.
Haynes Model V. 1912. Chassis.
Haines Model in. 1910. 5 pass.
Abbott Detroit. 1911. 30 hp.. I pass. ,
Maxwell Special. 1912. 5 p.is.s.
: Oldsmobile Autocrat..l9l2. 7 pass.
All in good mechanical condition.
Haynes Auto Sales Co.
PHONE. FRANKLIN lOfit. TURK AT POYK.
Snaps in Used Cars •
1 Krit (font passengeri $300
' Moon (almost newi $700
Mathewson Motor Co. i
Cor. Jackson and 12th sts., Oakland.
$525 in S. F.. 1»14 MET/. ROADSTERH. win
ners of the Glidden tour; prompt deliveries.
L. J. RORIK distributer. 124 Van Ness Aye.
j .
' j WE manufacture, repair snd redesign all auto
mobile parts that are worn, broken or «v J
satisfactory. Call, write or ship. GEORGE]
WOODWARD. 1465 Bush st.. S F.
__ ■
'■ WANTED—(») small touring cars or road- ]
sters for afternoon work. Ask for MR. j
JONES, circulation Department. The Call.
BODY builders, painters, trimmer, wheel mak.
ers: work absolutely first class. J. U.
SABINE, prop-. 130 \sn Ness ay.; pbone
Market 1840.
AAA A -We pay cash for used cars. PACIFIC
. ' AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE AND REPAIR
WORKS, 43(1 Golden Gate ay. ; tel. Franklin
1586.
. TRUCK FRAME" AXLES AND WHEELS
COMPLETE. FOR S.M E CHEAP, o W
HAH N". 489 GOLDEN LATE \V.
A. B. C. AUTO SKI ES CO., 341; Golden Gate
ay.—We buy. sell or exchange automobiles
We guarantee cur second hand .-, )r s. Frank
lin 736.
, AAAA -Ante repairing, magnetos, Igntthra and
carburetors a specialty; anto parts mfg •
hidli grade work; price, reasonable. O \v'
j H.IIIX. 489 Golden Gate ay.
HUPMOP.ILE Meebac.icaliy perfect; tiles \i
. extra equipment: $275. Phone Douglas 2280
room 707. evening.
RADIATORS, lamps, hoods, tenders repaired?
EASTERN REPAIR CO.. fj T 5 Golden Gat"]
I AUTO lamps and horns, sample line selling
• cheap. BOESCH LAMP CO., U«8 MfMlMb
HIGHEST cash prices paid "for ,-ars
LIEBMAN'S AUTO EX. stt9 Golden ,; at p aT .
ROBES—Complete hue, prices right: 300 pat
i terns. QUAST SON :i-3 Saoeneg st
RKKIILDING. paiatlng. I rimming, wheel re
pairing. LARKINS 4 CO., 1610 Van Neaa.
Oakland_Automo biles ana ouppuc
In Used Cars
11 $113 OkM-id© f IPssss®^g®a
Completely equipped; electric self-starter am
Debts, top. windshield, seat covers. .Rlaxoi
born, Kellogg air pump, clock, extra tire
etc.; run but 5.600 miles; $1,600.
1911 OSdsmmolbsls
Recently overhauled; completely egnipped
top. windshield. Bosch Dual System, eiecfri'
lights, clock, air bottle, fore doors; a chanc
to secure a high grade 7 passenger car al
1800,
19112 Ampiex
With self starter and completely equipped: It
excellent condition: just repainted; cost $4,000.
The best bargain in town at $1,000.
119113 Mode!l Waveriiy"
Electric Colonial Coupe
Run but 500 miles; at a irreat bargain.
lee. '
2265 Broadway,
Oakland .
AUTOMOBILE tires, big reduction. 'Call and
see B'DWAY TIRE CO.. 2:111 Bdwy. Oak.
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AAAA—Money loaned on automobiles* banking
rates: owners may arrange to use cars. C.
E. HEBBICK, INC., 611-13-15 Merchants' Ex
change bldg.. San Francisco: Douglas 1350.
BICYCLES and MOTORCYCLES
WANTED—Boys with own motorcycles: news
paper work; afleruoon;*good pay. Apply to
circulation department, San Francisco Call,
3d and Market sta.
FOR new and 2d hand bicycles and motorcycles
at tbe right prices see A. ZIMMERLJN. IOSO-
G. G. av..agt. for famous Dayton motorcycles.
SEWING MACHINES
AA—s3s buys new latest model Singers; all
other makes at half catalogue prices. <
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Over 36 years In business; still*growing;
rep.nlrfng half usual charges; renting $2 mo.
• • McNALLY .
2664. Mission st. nr. 2*l. Tel. Mission 202.
533 Kith st. at San Pablo* ay. Tel. 0ak.'1774.
———~~~ • ' -* 1 1 ■
feINGER machines sold and rented.; 2664 Ml
sion st. bet. 22* d and 23d: pbons Mission 202.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES
HEADQUARTERS FOB ALL MAKES Ot
TYPEWRITERS.
Largest Stock. Lowest Prices. Easiest Terms.
Remington, Model 10. visible $45. oo
Remington. No. 6 • 20.00
Remington. No. 7 „ 22.50
Remington, No. 8. wide carriage..% •-.• 13.00
Underwood. Mo/.b>| 5 to.rtl
Underwood. Molel 4 —• 37.»0
UtMRI Mood, Model 3. wide "-carriage v "45.00
Smith Premier, visible. Model. 10. ± 35.00
Smith Premier. MaoeJ 2.... V.... ... JS.flo
Smith Premier. Model 4" .. 15.00
Oliver, Model 5. .*...,..•..... 40.00,
Oliver, latest print type.*..,.*...? 42"0 i»
Oliver, 'Model' 3...". ».. .16.00
L. C, Smith & Bro.i.
1., C. Smith* &• Bra., back spacer model. 4" -.•'•<>
Every niacblne* fully guaranteed not 1 year*.
All •msV's.of wide and. extra wide machine-.
Terms $/> cash and*ss*per month. Machines
shipped subject -to approval. Near., price* 11*1
of* all* makes, sent 'tree upon" request.'. Retail
department. '..*'. . • . .
WHOLES-VLE* TYIIiWRI'TER COMPA N.Y ,
Phone Douglas 743. "* *T!7 .Mqntg'iuiery st.
WALTKH J. W(lLF*'.dealer— Rvbuilt typewrit
~ ers of all descriptions: .expert repairing;
inspected and reused: ribbons for
all machines: I a I him .■■■nillt amii #f Bee* sup
.pleVs. 307 Bush St.. pbone Douglas 4*,13.
A FEW more at $30' cons .siting, of Remington
•and Smith Preuliers. L. .v M. .ALEXAN
DEB. agents L. C. Smith Visible, Typewrit
ers. 512. Market st. ... -.*..
SEND Tor our illustrated folders. Retail dep'.
' Wholesale Typewriter Co.. 37 Montgomery st.
•.•FURNITURE FOR SALE.. .:
A"b "FREEMAN'S? cheapest and best, plafe *°
..buy fnrnltifre in city; lfirgest stock." •Sanfpb-s
"of prices: Folding beds. ■ $5: dressers, $i:
•carpets. 25c up* Everything in house fc*
lib.bings.a*: about \j value. 1127«Sutter near
. Fillmore. • *
LINJTgUM^NJPS
$,7 —VIOLINS" (St, $7 and 415, cost $75; mii-i
sacrifice * tpday ort Sunday. 1118 Gough s; 4
near O'Farrell. •"• * . « •
PIANOS rented.* $1 per nymtb np; no cartage:
rent applied. *37 st. , * •
PIANOS for-, 'rent; "no cartage. BY BON
MAI'ZY. Gold .\*le.lal Plane. '.V.') "Stockton *•
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL . ADDING.* [HA*
• TIONAL'-CASH REG
.' *liSTERS=NEW.: ;
"Registering* TjrJm s.cents to $1.95. price "$4O;
registering from 5 cents to $5.t>5. tape, printer,
price $55 . • . .
TERMS—SS down and $5, per* month. Slightly
nsed snd second bsnd registers at blg.bargalna.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO..
. 1040 Market St. •
A GRBAT chance to prueate some fine fh«r
-• oughbred horses; never, been tralnejfl; one .2
year old colt, by MARS ABE: one 5 year "old
gelding, by DUCAT* one 4 year old. black
mare, by son of DUCAT. A. R. FARNUM.
501 Dlvisadero st. corner Self. * »*
FOB sale—Nev? and second band carom and
pocket billiard tables, bowling alleys and ac
cessories, bar fixtures of all kinds; eaSy pay
ments. .We trust the people. THE BRUNS
• WICK-BALKE COLLENDER." CO.. 767-769
Mission at.. San Francisco. * ,
CASH register $15; steel""range $20; •*■'
enport $15» 75c linoleum BOe. •
. MARSHALL FURNITURE CO.. "
.470 BTU ST.. OAKLAND.
LUMBER--LUMBER--New Ind second hand
lumber, doors, windows, plumbing supplies
etc. obeer/ut'y given. 'Yard. 1810
'Folsom st. ft 14th. Phone Park 68S. .
LAUNCH, IBx * ! p 3". h. Pr engine; almost
now;*$l»o. F. MOORE. 937.Howard at., or
Ariel Boat club, foot Van Ness av.s
SECOND HAN'f clothing wanted: pay any
price. ISO Bth St.; tel. Market 6559.,
ALL $2.50 hats, $1.50. POPULAR. PRICE
HATTERS. 356 Kearny nr. Pine: open evg«.
HIGHEST PRICK paid for old buildings.
RAPID WRECK. CO.*. 115 Church: Mkt 82«»
ELEC. sigAV, names, cafeteria, pool. clnh. oys
ter grSl: steam table 57!» McAllister.
£AS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES AT BOT*P>T|
PRICES: SEE OUR DISPLAY. 1148 NytKT
STAMPS STAMPS A tine collection; irT".
electric vibrator. B--\ 1630. Ca'l»offlee.
NEW lumber la iftau.lstaml NW. cor. BlTeh
ay. sand Van «N'es»
FOR SAL"S—-MISCELLANEOUS
• . OtKLAtO fe s
SECOND hand, clothing bought and sohL 3!
Broadway. Oakland: phone LaK»»i>r*> SC7S
WANT'S *
DIAMONDS wanted—Any size; we will nay
spot cash: no delay or publicity In our tran.
actions; we have private offices. CALIFoIt
N1 A. LOAN OFIICE. California * larger
pa*rnbrokers, now No. >w Broadway. SW.
cor. Bth st.. Oakland.
AA— I f you want full vain.- for your discarded
clothing, et, .WM MORRIS, 3461 Misxio'i
st.. ph. Valencia 5055, will call. ,
AA—Highest prices paid for gents' clotbing
JACOBY. 707 Gobi en Gate ay. Park 2543.
DIAMONDS jeweliy. old gold bought; full
value paid. t»!»5 Market st.. room 2<*2.
HIGHEST prices paid for eastoiT clothing.
2203 Mission st.: phone Valencia 4892.
WANTED~~~\our vvurnoui horses; highest price*
paid. 595567 4rh st.. Oskland. Ph. Oak. St*.
HIGRFST prtres for cast off clothing. KUR
LICH. 1167 McAllister: ph. Park 2853.
HORSES. HARNESS. WAGONS
AA SACEirn : SACRAFICE.
Bay horse and bay mare. 2.200 lbs, with
their brticbmg haraesa, $110; gray mare gntl
gray hors. , 2.500 lbs. with set of leather bar
ucss, $1C,5; pair blai k galdlaga, with set bar
pes-. Srehtnt 2.400 lbs.. $12<»; bay gelding mid
sorrel mare, with set leather harness. $125:
pair mares, weight 1.000 lbs. 175; bis ranch
team. $S5; black gelding and brown mare
.$3,000 lbs, with set go.*! bather harness.
$250: also 25 bead horses and mare, from
' $2.'. to $75. Apply (13 Dubcce ay., or 2BS
Vslehcla st. Aik for foreman.
CI. assy rtiad buggy. 40 lb. sulky: also rnadcart
an.' -Icel tile heavy cart. 3 sets of haroe..
DESMOND. 422 Fulton, uhone Market 0.-,^

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