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FOUR SPECIAL
MEASURES FOR
PEOPLE'S VOTE
Council Passes Declaratory Ordi
nance to Call Bond
Election -.
Twin Peaks, Sutro Land Pur
chase and Other Great
Projects for Decision
A declaratory ordinance setting in
operation the legal machinery necessary
to call a special bond election on four
Important city projects was passed yes
terday by the board of supervisors.
The bond issues to be presented re
late to the acquisition of the Sutro
properties that have been offered to the
city for park purposes, the acquisition
of lands for a park near the summit of
Twin peaks, the building of an aquatic,
park at North Beach and the raising of
funds for the completion of the county
jail and the city and county hospital.
Several new proposed charter amend
ments were presented, and a special
meeting was called for Thursday night
to consider all the proposed charter
amendments submitted. These now
number nearly forty.
A resolution was passed by the board
ordering the acquisition of lands for
the Twin Peaks tunnel and the ap
proaches thereto.
The exposition committee of the board
was authorized to prepare an exhibit
for "San Francisco to be shown at the
International Building Trades exposi
tion to be held in Leipzig in 1913. It
will consist chiefly of photographs and
architectural and engineering drawings
now in the possession of the city's
architectural and engineering depart
ments.
October 11 was formally recognized
by the board as "Liberty Bell day" and
a resolution was adopted ordering that
flags be flown from all public buildings
and requesting citizens to participate in
the various exercises that are to be
held.
An offer from the Bank of California
for the purchase of seven city hall and
civic center bonds of each year's ma
turity from 1917 to 1960 was accepted
by the board, the amount bid being
$:>29,936.60 for bonds of an aggregate
fa.-c value of $308,000.
On motion of the public welfare com
mittee, the finance committee of the
board was requested to recommend an
additional appropriation of $2,500 to
the fund of the relief home to provide
food and shelter for sick, disabled and
indigent persons during the coming
winter In accordance with a plan sug
gested by the co-operative employment
bureau,
Numerous residents of the vicinity
of Washington and Powell streets ap
peared before the board to protest
against the location of the new orien
tal school in Washington street be
tween Stockton and Powell, despite the
fact that a lot has already been pur
chased and the money paid. Supervisor
Bancroft of the building committee
pointed out that plans for the building
were already being prepared,
A delegation was present to protest
against the lack of water service in
the Bernal Heights district, where
mains are in existence, but where it is
impossible to get water except during
the night hours.
The matter of the settlement of the
controversy with the United Railroads
over the use of lower Market street
reached another stage of advancement
yesterday, when the board of super
visors asked the city attorney to draft
an agreement based upon the city's
most recent offer of terms of settle
ment.
WOMAN MAKES SUICIDAL
ATTEMPT THREE TIMES
Mrs. Gertrude Louise Wright, also
known as Mrs. Grace de Loyes Wright,
the matrimonial agency bride of T. J.
AVright, the Nevada miner whose mari
tal troubles have been aired In court
and in the newspapers, attempted sui
cide three times yesterday afternoon
after making a will providing that her
sole legatee should be a small son,
whose whereabouts she does not know.
Mrs-. Wright's attempts to die followed
the postponement of Wright's suit
against her, charging grand larceny,
for one week, owing to Mrs. Wright's
hysterical condition. She later was
lodged in the temporary insane ward at
the central emergency hospital. The
case was before Superior Judge Dunne
at the hall of justice.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC OWNS
LAND IN ISLAIS CREEK
San Francisco has no right title or
claim to the lands embraced within
the lines of Islais creek channel from
Fourth avenue to a point southwest of
Eleventh avenue, which are claimed by
the Southern Pacific. The supervisors
bo were advised yesterday by City At
torney Long, who explained that the
disputed property named above and all
of the creek located within the bound
aries of the Rancho de las Salinas y
Potrero Vlejo is In private ownership
and that the Southern Pacific's claim
can not be disputed by the city.
$200,000 LEAKS THROUGH
UNCLE SAM'S MAIL BAG
NEW YORK, Oct* 7.—Postofflce au
thorities of the LTnited States and Cuba
today are hunting for a registered mail
package containing $200,000, said to
have disappeared mysteriously between
Havana and New York last week. The
money was consigned to a big down
town bank here b.y a correspondent in
Havana. It was in bills of large de
nominations. The loss was discovered
Thursday. No statement was made by
the postofflce Inspectors. Bank officials
decline to give Information beyond the
bare announcement.
STEWARDS' ASSOCIATION
HOLDS INTERESTING FEAST
Good cheer, music, song and ora
tory contributed to the happiness of
200 guests last evening at the annual
banquet of the Stewards" association,
held at the Bellevue hotel. A pleas
ing innovation was Introduced in the
invitation of women to the festival
board, and the dining room gayety
was enhanced by the presence of many
of the members of the families of the
association.
SAN FRANCISCO NAMES
FORESTRY DELEGATES
District Forester Coert Dubois of the
I'nited States forest service and Colonel
Harris Weinstock, representing the
Chamber of Commerce, will be repre
sentatives from San Francisco at the
national park conference under the di
rection of Secretary of the Interior
Walter Fisher in the Yosemite valley
October 14 and the two days following.
High Polish Put on "The Nigger"
Bergen Guarantee of Frast Black
Finished Drama fie!
Art Covers Doubt
ful Name
By WALTER ANTHONY
"The Nigger" Is the somewhat un- !
attractive title of a melodramatic play, i
It is the vehicle in which Thurlow '
Bergen drives to a somewhat belated ;
Alcazar success.
Heretofore Bergen has sat in the
front seat, but Miss Sarah Truax has
handled the reins. In "Mrs. Dane's De- !
fense," in "Dady Windermere's Fan" J
and in pathetic "Mother," Miss Truax }
has been the central figure on the Al- j
cazar stage.
It was different last night. Bergen !
was the object of the spotlight, and.
Sarah Truax, leading woman in "The Nigger" at the Alcazar, and
Beatriz Michelena, an old San Francisco prima donna favorite, who will
return here soon in vaudeville.
because his role called for strenuous
and constant acting, it was not a fal
tering nor a misty likeness.
Bergen's "Nigger" was excellent
ebony. There was nothing equivocal
about his Philip Morrow, whose grand
mother was a quadroon. Even when
he occupied the governor's chair and
his family's ancient enemy taunted him
with an unprintable name, Bergen's
Morrow bided his time with splendid
dignity and serenity.
HALF BREED IS GOOD
Indeed. Bergen's "half breed" (as
we call them In the west) was so fine
an individual as to cast some bit of
discredit on the story. It was hard to
believe that so extraordinary a speci
man of a man could have been related
to the semnd cousin who was lynched
in the tirs act for a nameless crime.
Indeed, if there Is any principal fault
to find with the play which should pre
clude its ultimate success it is surely
found in the first act, which is so brutal
that a normal audience's sympathies
run against the district attorney who
seeks to save a wretch's life after the
black has confessed to a nameless
crime.
However, since the earnest play
wright, Mr. Sheldon, who wrote "Salva
tion Nell" for Mrs. Fiske, Insists on "a
punch," one has to accept his vehe
mence with his play, the last half of
which, like the final Aye in the count
of 10, is quite easy to take.
One may resent the district attorney's
heroics over the black who should be
killed quickly as a mad dog is slain
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
SAN PEDRO, Oct. 7.—North Pacific company's
steamer Roanoke arrived this morning on sched
ule from Portland via Astoria and Sau Francisco,
and after landing passengers and freight pro
ceeded tonight for San Diego. Roanoke will
touch here northbound tomorrow.
United States lighthouse tender Sequoia ar
rived here yesterday from San Francisco with
material for a new lighthouse on end of the
breakwater, it sailed today for a cruise
Independent company's steamer Hanalel ar
rived this morning from San Fran.-isco direct.
bringing 30 passengers and JJ7O tons of miscel
laneous freight and merchandise for Cre-cent
Wharf and Warehouse company and cleared on
return trip tonight. . -'1 '_._'__.
Carrying 300.000 feet of lumber for Southern
California Lumber company, steamer Alcatraz is
out two days from Greenwood.
Pacific "-.Jail steamer City of Pars arrived this
morning from San Francisco, and aftPr taking 15
passengers and additional cargo proceeded at
noon for Balboa. Panama.
Arrivals during the night will include steamer
Klamath, out five days from Portland via San
Francisco, carrying passengers and freight for
the Merchants' Steamship company and 1,100.000
feet of lumber consigned to Charles McCormick
Lumber company at this port and San Diego.
Steamer Shoshone completed tbe discharge of
340 000 feet of lumber for consignees lite and
cleared tonight for San Diego to discharge 350.000
additional feet consigned to the McCormick Lum
ber company, thence for Grays Harbor in ballast
to load a return cargo
Steamer Pasadena will complete the discharge
of 300.W0 feet of redwood timbers and lumber
for the Southern Pacific company and wil; vlear
tomorrow for Redondo Beach to discharge the
rentsinder, thence for Albion via San Francisco
to reload. , .__
Steamer Francis H. arrived this morn
ing, out five days from (trays Harbor via San
Francisco with passengers and freight for tbe
West Coast Steamship company, and 1.500,000
feet of lumber for the Hart-Wood Lumber com
pany at this j>ort and Redondo Beach.
Thnrfdav morning at 0:30 o'clock the I/ong
Beach Steamship company's big boat. Parslso,
will glide, from ways at the Craig ship plant In
tbe Inner harbor. .*__ __'
This is the fourth steamer built at the yards,
the preceding ones -Navajo. general Hubbard
and ('ammo -now being In service on long char
ters. The Paraiso will have a capacity of
1 250 000 feet of lumlier and is 225 feet long.
' X guost of honor at the launching will be Col
onel MeKinstrey of the Inited States engineer
corps.
PORTLAND, Oct. 7.—As the climax to a series
of Incidents from the drowning of » sailor In
Yok oaf chi .'»P«n. ■ typhoon on the coast of that
country in which It almost was driven ashore,
another'gale on the. Pacific coast, three Japanese
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
(any execution which puts out of exist
ence a confessed brute that wrongs a
baby is in the nature of a sacrament
to decency), but after the shock that
the official's mock virtue creates is over
and the heinous wretch is lynched off
stage to the delight, I hope, of all good
| stage hands, the drama proceeds .closer
to the sympathies of a proper audience,
; and Thurlow Bergen, who is the dis
trict attorney in the first act and the
governor of the state in the last, plays
with fine fervor his role of the "white
nigger." cousin of the wretch in the
first act.
MOTIF IX THE DARK
Whether Sheldon wrote "The Nigger"
as a lesson to the south or as a brief
In favor of mixed marriages 1 am not
informed. He seems to have succeeded
in writing a drama, which excites the
sympathies of the average auditor in
behalf of a forlorn individual who
finds out that his grandfather was
white, but that he himself is yellow.
He, the grandson, now a governor of
a southern state, is on the point of
marrying a white girl. He finds out
his color and discards the girl who
comes to him in the last act and begs
him to reconsider. If he will marry
her nobody will know his shame and
shade, she says. Likewise his ancient
enemy will keep the story out of the
papers if he will only veto the prohi
bition bill. By vetoing the bill and
marrying the girl, who implores him
-V'the nigger"—to do both, the honor
of the, tainted governor will be kept
intact. Of course, Morrow vetoes the
stowaways an<l the locs of seven sailoj-s while In
I quarantine at the mouth of the Columbia river,
; the German tmrk Kgon lost two more- Japanese
sailors last night, while this morning 10 of the
: European crew walked down the tracks at Linn
i too, signifying their intention of remaining
| ashore. The Kgon arrived at l.innton last even-
I ing in tow of the steamer Monfich ami will load
i a cargo of grain for the i'nited Kingdom.
Cargo on the Norwegian steamer Kygja was
i finished this afternoon and it i-; expected! to leave
| down early tomorrow morning. It has cleared
with 220.< NX* bushels of wheat valued at $187,000
' for St. Vincent for orders. It is under charter
]to the Portland Flouring Mills company.
To load a cargo of barley for the I'nited King
' doni. the German ship Hera. Captain Lorenz,
, shifted from the l.innton ballast dock this after
| noon to the Irving dock. It is under charter to
!M. H. Honser.
Just :i year from the time It sailed from
here for home with a wheat cargo, the British
' tramp steamer Strathness. Captain Roberts, ar
| rived in the local harbor again for a similar
cargo. It docked alongside its sister shin, the
Strath Allan, of the same line, at the Eastern and
Western Lumber company's mills at 10:20 this
1 morning, after a voyage of 28 days from Valpa
! raiso. Officers of the steamer say that Ir had
! good weather to 20 dfg-ees north, after which It
had strong northerly wind. It will load a cargo
! of wheat under charter to Kerr, ('afford & Co.
SEATTLE, Oct. 7. — Arrived — Steamer Gov.
I ernor, from San Francisco; steamer Tyee Jr.,
i from Raranoff island.
Sillied—Steamer Bnckman. for Tacoma: steamer
1 Humboldt, for Sksgway; sftinier Tricolor, for
; Balboa: steamer Montara. for San Francisco.
! TACOMA, Oct, 7.—Arrived— Steamer Buck
man, from San Francisco; steamer City of
I'uebla. from sound ports.
Baited —Steamer Virginian, for Honolulu.
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
A Carsro for Samoa
The schooner (). M. Kellogg sailed for Apia
via Port Townsend Sunday with merchandise
as cargo from this port valued at $4,973, and
inch-ding the following:
909 cs and 10 pkgs salmon. 23 cs canned
goods. 1.000 lbs codfish, 420 lbs coffee. 5.755 ft
luintier. 200 pcs and 30 pkgs mlllwork, 100 cs
blasting powder, (5 es ammunition. 70 cs and
2 drams benfclrte, 500 cs kerosene. 100 cs and
1(?0 drams distillate, to cs oils 30 pkgs tank
material, 50 bbls pickets, 27 bales bags.
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SPEED BUSKERS FlNED—Berkeley, Oct. 7.—
!'. F. Karslake and W. P. Rlgney of Oakland
; were fined |30 each by Justice of the Peace
I Edgar today for exceeding the. motorcycle
' speed limit. I
bill, renounces the girl and gives Shel
don a chance to write an heroic finale.
It's all a splendid play If one likes
that kind of mixed appeal. Shakes
peare nearly did it in his "Othello"
when he made his hero a Moor. "The
Nigger" will suffer, in spite of such a
fine performance as that given last
night at the Alcazar, when a white
woman implores a black man to be
married to her. At least it will in my
estimation, even though so good an ac
tress as Sarah Truax plays the role of
the pretty imploring southern girl.
\TOTED SINGER
1N IN VAUDEVILLE
Beatrlz Michelina, the daughter of
Fernando Mlchelena and wife of George
Mlddleton of this city, has sent word
to her friends that she has joined the
ranks of vaudeville, having been
"signed up" by Martin Beck in New
York, whither she went about a month
ago on account of the sudden death
of her mother.
The youf-g singer has already made
her debut in Winnipeg, and is on her
way west. After playing in Spokane,
Seattle and Portland she will come to
this city.
Her lasft professional appearance in
San Francisco was with the Max Dill
company at the Garrlck theater two
years ago. She sang the prima donna
roles in "Dream City," "The White
Hen" and other musical comedies that
Dlil presented during his brief season
as a lone star. |'<
As the daughter of Fernando Mlchel
ena she Is well known in the operatic
world, where her father won fame as
a great tenor a decade or two ago.
Her mother was a famous comic opera
beauty in her day. and both Beatrlz
and Vera, who Is a well known musical
comedy star, are said to have inherited
from her their gifts for the light opera
stage.
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WOMEN KICK MUD
ON "WHITE WAY"
Fair Sex Routs Social Club
Champion at Mayor's
Kickers' Night
An attempted defense of the road
houses and "social clubs" along the
ocean beach at Mayor. Rolph's "kick
ers' meeting" ended in an inglorious
rout in which a delegation from the
Oceanalde Ladles' Improvement club
literally drove J. J. Kalish, the wouldbe
champion of the gay white way, from
the supervisors* room.
The women appeared to protest
against conditions In the neighborhood.
Rev. R. L. Webb of St. Paul's Presby
terian church complalnted that at one
Sunday evening service the strains of
"Onward, Christian .Soldier," were
drowned out by the chorus of "Alex
ander's Rag Time Band" from a cafe
in the vicinity.
Kalish. who explained he had dropped
in quite by accident, rote to defend
the social clubs, saying he had favored
an improvement some time ago, when
there was a campaign on for that pur
pose, but that he was sure all the clubs
were distinctly proper now, and that
the policemen were all doing their duty.
"Get out of here," "You don't repre
sent our district," "You ara a bum citi
zen," "You never did want to see things
cleaned up," were some of the remarks
fired at him by the women who sur
rounded him and drown out his replies^
Kalish departed In a hurry. He tried
to return- shortly afterward, but six
women headed him off.
Chief of Police "White and the decision
of Judge Deasy that the places were
hotels came* In for condemnation at the
hands of the women, who praised Dis
trict Attorney Flckert for his recent
cleanup.
Mrs. Ottie Fulmore, president of the
Oceanslde club, and Mrs. Mary Sullivan
said there was only one policeman from
Sloat boulevard to the Cliff house and
that he never was to be seen.
Former Mayor Gill of Seattle was
present and responded to remarks by
Mayor Rolph.
"METROPOLITAN AREA"
IS SUBJECT OF DEBATE
Gibson of Oakland Has to Be
Called to Order
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SAN RAFAEL. Oct. 7.—The proposed
amendment providing for th« consoli
dation of the "metropolitan area" con
tiguous to San Francisco was the sub
ject of a debate before the San Rafael
Civic league today between W. O.
Sharpsteln of San Francisco and W. E.
Gibson, president of the Oakland
Chamber of Commerce.
Gibson took* a decided stand against
the amendment favored by Sharpsteln.
declaring that Its adoption, looking
toward a greater. San Francisco, would
be an injustice to every community in
cluded in the territory it is proposed
to annex.
Gibson was called to order twice by
Mrs. C. Chrlstensen, who presided, for
indulging in "local animosities which
do not hold interest for the voters of
San Rafael."
LITTLE CHINESE GIRL
RESTORED TO PARENTS
Little Lav Lang, known as Helen
Lav, who was forcibly taken from Oak
land last week by Mrs. Carrie G. Davis,
head of the Methodist Oriental mission
here, was restored to her parents
yesterday by Judge Thomas F. Gra
ham after an investigation which dis
closed that the child had not been ill
treated in any way, that her home sur
roundings were good and that if there
were any violation of the law through
the fact that she was working in an
Oakland cannery the case was one for
the juvenile court of Alameda county.
The litt.e girl was given into the cus
tody cf Lew Kee Cheung, the father,
and Mock She, the stepmother, who
were instructed by Judge Graham not
to permit her to leave the jurisdiction
of the Alameda courts until It had
been shown that conditions were sat
isfactory.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
IN REDWOOD CITY
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
REDWOOD CITY, Oct. 7.—Marriage
licenses were issued here today to the
following couples: Stephen Croft, 60,
and Isobel Dean, 28, both of San Fran
cisco; John A. Wenker, 38, San Fran
cisco, and Margaret J. McLean, 39, Los
Angeles.
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t«-tkA HOTEL
~ *** Civic Center
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furnishes folders and full information free re
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HOTEL COURT
JUST OPENED
An exclusive family hotel in the downtown
shopping and theater districts.
Rates —European plan, $1.50 and up; American
plan. $3 and up. Special rates for permanent
srnests.
Take any taxi at depot AT OUR EXPENSE.
JAMES W. FLANNERY. Manager
Bush st. near Stockton. Sutter 2760.
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| HOTEL sure EH
SUTTER and KEARNY STS.
An up to date, modern hotel of
2J50 riHtms, taking; the place of
the old Occidental Hotel and
I.lek House.
European Plan. ?l.f>*> per day and up
Take any taxicab from the ferry at the
expense of the hotel.
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BALDWIN HOTEL
GRANT AYE. ABOVE SUTTER ST.
First class hotel, located in heart of shopping
and theater district. Absolutely fireproof, class A
building. All outside rooms, each with private
bath. Room with bath, for one $1. for two $1.50
to $2.50 per day. Special rate for permanent
guests.
Take Market st car at ferry, or Kearny st. car
st Third and Townsend sts, and transfer to Sut
ter.
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HOTEL HAIGHT ST.. 214—Ideal place for tour.
Sin. rms and spts. of 2-3-4 rms. with bath; cleg.
fnrn nn. $3.50 week up: beautiful reading lobby
and grand panoramic view from roof garden.
Haight st. car < No. 7) direct from ferry. MRS.
J. J. ANDERSON, Prop.; Park 589.
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Granada Hotel
Sutter and Hyde Streets.
ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF
Ten stories of solid comfort.
American and European Plan.
Special Rates by the Month. Cuisine
Unsurpassed. Write for Booklets.
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HOTEL YON DORN
242 TURK ST., near Jones St.
SUMMER RATES.
Turk and Eddy street car from ferry.
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PON MOTEL
1012 Fillmore bet. McAllister and Golden Gate—
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! Under the same management.
PALACE HOTEL
Entirely rebuilt since the firs.
FAIRMONT HOTEL
I I The finest residence hotel in the world. Over
i looking the San Francisco bay aud Golden gate.
' The two great hotels that have made San Fran
cisco famous among travelers the world over.
PAT VCK HOTEL COMPANY.
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HOTEL COLONIAL
Stockton Street Above Sutter
San Francisco
American Plan, $3.00 nay
European Plan, 91.."»0 Ijay
A Hotel with Every Modern Convenience.
Every Room Connecting with Bath.
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HOTEL ARGONAUT
! Society of California Pioneers' Bldg.. Fourth st.
! near .Market. California's Most Popular* Hotel.
J 400 rooms, 200 haths. European plan, fl per
i clay and up. Dining room seating 500. Table
i d'Hote or a la Carte dinner, with wine. 75e. SPE
CIAL LUNCHEON EVERY PAY FROM 11:30
I a. m. to 2 p. vi.. 40c. EDWARD ROLRTN. Man
: ager. GEO. A. DIXON. Assistant Manager.
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| HOTEL TURPIN
Newest and most popular commercial hotel.
17 POWELL ST. AT MARKET. Six stories
of solid Comfort; IU first class eating house*
within one block. Rates. $1, $1.50 to $4 per
da?. 'J25 rooms; not a dark room in the
house.
F. L. & A. W. TURPIN. Props. an d Mgrs.
Reinforced Concrete Building.
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MOTEL DALE
TURK NEAR MARKET.
Rooms with detached bath $1; private bath,
$1.50.
Take taxi from ferry at our expense.
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HOTEL FORSTER
32." Sntter st, near '{rant ay.; European; strictly
mod. Special rates by wk. $4 up. Spec, rates by
mo. $1." up. Rm. with bath for one $1 up. Car
from ferry, trans, to Sutter st. Car 15 or 1<! from
| Third st. depot, trans, to Sutter and Kearny.
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HOTEL ST. JAMES family hotel
! VAN NESS AYE. NEAR McALLISTER ST.
I RATES Tsc a day ui>. Take No. 5 McAllister
St. car. get off at Van Ness ay. Out of the noise,
hut within Sre minutes' walk of theattr and
shopping districts.
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HO^M_CARLTON
545-54H TURK STREET
Special rates Complete service.
Excellent table. European and American plans.
Reinforced concrete building.
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HOTEL STANFORD
Headquarters for former patrons of the Lick,
[ Grand and Buss hot-N. 150 rooms with bath.
I Rates $1 a 'lay and up. 250 Kearny st. betweea
Sutter and Bush.
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