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THE CALL'S SPORT PAGE
Ketchel Is Backed
Into Favoritism
Montana Mans Rugged Style Is
Expected to Prove Most
R. A. Smyth
Stanley Ketchel and Mike (Twin) 1
Sullivan will meet In a 25 round bout
!n the Mission street arena this aft
prrioon and the winner will be in line
to fight the winner of the Hugo Kelly-
Billy Papke match for the middle
weight championship. Ketchel and his
friends have taken It as a matter of
course that he will win, while Sulli
van has gone about his training In a
businesslike way and has made no
plans for the future.
The brother in6tinct is strong In the
Sullivan twins, and Jack says that if
Ketchel defeats Mike that he will make
a suitable weight for the Montana man.
who can thus have a whirl with an
other member of the family. The bet- 1
tors have made Ketchel a strong 1 to
2 favorite, there being but little Sul
livan money in eight, although this is
another of those good short ends. The
betting Is more lively on the Question
of the number of rounds the fight will
last, there being many who are will
ing to bet that Ketchel will win inside
"0 rounds and almost as many to bet
he will not.
Sull!van has had a long preparation
for the fight. He appeared a little
.laded in the middle of the week from
the hard work he has been doing, but
this should not be in evidence today,
as he has taken matters easily during
the past two days. Mike has done a
lot of boxing, taking on a variety of
men and thus having to solve all styles.
He docs not present the rugged ap
pearance that Ketchel does, and this
is the chief thing that counts against
him in the estimation of the fight fans.
He did no work yesterday beyond a
leisurely walk, during the progress of
which he took several sprints to
sharpen up his wind. He did no gym
nasium •work. He came to town in the
evening In order to be on hand for the
official weighing In at Corbetfs at
10:15 a. m. From Intimations dropped
by Sullivan's friends he will make a
defensive fight until he solves the puz
zling style of his opponent. Sullivan
hss been using his right considerably
in -his training, as he figures a good
right is the most effective blow that
can be. used on Ketchel.
Ketchel worked both on the road
and in the gymnasium yesterday In
order to keep his weight at the proper
point. He went four miles on the road
in the mornlrtjpand did, some light gym
nsFium work in the afternoon. He
came to town in the evening to wit
ness "The Virginian." He will enter
the ring with the utmost confidence
that he \u25a0will be returned the -winner,
«nd he does not expect it will take him
the full 25 rounds to bring about this
result.
The Montana man is one of those
awkwardly clever fighters whose style
is puzzling to an opponent. He uses
both hands with equal facility, and one
never knows where a blow may come
from. He Invariably starts at an op
ponent with gentle left jabs for the
body. When bis man commences to
rrotect that part of his body Ketchel
SIEETIXCS— Lodges
CALIFORNIA Ip&zc No. 'l. F. and A •
M. — Officers end taembers are here- Jf\
by notified to attend the. funeral of
r>br deceased brother. GEOBGE /\^\
KNIGHT WHITE, a past master of 'A»A;
tbis lo<lre. at Corinthian hall. 2135 Sntter st..
on SATURDAY, Feb. 22. IPOS, at 2 o'clock
p m. Masttr Masons and frlenis of the de-
ceased are inTited. By crfler of the master.
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Secretary.
EXCELSIOR Degree lodge No. 2,
I. O. O. F.. 222 Via Ness are.— ££>iS*kK?»
First deproe THIS (SATURDAY)
FVEVIVG \u25a0***'•
*- _, B D M .
G. A. HUEBNER, SecreUry.
ST. ANDREWS society — Members are fff^\
rfC"ef^'d to Tt:Pet st Golden
park on Saturday. February 22, «t#vill
2 p. m. (Oak and Btauyan ats. en-g Jf Q
trance) to tate part in the ceremony fj^Mf
ft onTelUug the statue of Robert y^fi
Bcms. '
CALEDONIAN club members wUI - 5f A»
meet at Stanrafc snd Feu sts. Jf* CA JJJ
TODAY. Feb. 22. *t 2 p. m., to
rarfldpste In the cnTeUlng of -'Vj*
Bums monument. _„„.,. /-v.««
JAMES A. MACDONALD. Chief.
C. MACDONALD. Secreta ry.
E F SCOTTISH Thistle clnb— Mem- Jf jKJk
Vrs erf refjuefted to wt « t . Rt ?s* WRm \
riD BT3<2 Ffil cis TODA^ . Feb. 22, s£i_f
at 2 p m.. to participate In tbe un- -TW^
Trflta, of Burns »onumenL d
A D. McDOUGALD. Recorder.
k, D. McDOrGALD, Recorder.
PRCIDS attention! The enpreme arcb and su-
preme eecretary cf the C. A. O. D.. will be re-
<-ejT#^l bT the San Francisco Decree Gtotc
"Vo 1 Febrcary 22. »t GoMen Gate Oom-
tnanaerr baU at 8 p. m. The aecond degree
in amplified form will be girn and a full at-
CALL BRANCH OFFICE, 1651 Flllmore it.
" V!»KT Po«t.- __— __
MEETINGS — Special
aVsTJAL meeting Paaohan Stigar Plantation
• Company-— The annnal meeting of the stock
holders of the Paauhau *u*ar Plantation Com-
nanrwlU be held on SATURDAY. March 7.
XPbh at the bour of 11 o'clock a. m.. at the
• office <5f tie company, 2CS Market st. (room
2iO> £an Francisco, Cal.. for tte purpose of
•leetlng illrectors for the ensuing year, and
' for the con«S<ler*tion en'l transaction or *uch
ntber buslnets as may come before tbe meet-
'"Trsxsfer book* will , clofe WEDNESDAY,
• February 26. ISO?.
Bt order of tbe presidpnt.
JI. W. THOMAS, RecreUry.
February 21. 1909. "' : ;
"ivVUAL mef-'ne Kllauea Sogur Plantation com-
DaET.:xte winual taeetlng of the *toe* holders
cf "the Kllaor* Sncar PlanUtlon crmpa^wni
SI held on TUESDAY. February. 25. I^9. at
th. bocr of U o'clock a. m.. at the office of
"* rompacT. 26S Market «t. Iroom 210). San
FwnriSS. Cal.. for the purpow of fleeting
«23&& «d e th%/er
,n*rr 15 1908., By order of the president. \u25a0
jrary 10. iwa- , w _, THOMAS. Secreury.
/ rebmsry 10. 1905.. • !
\v\DAL mating Bakalan ptanUtloa com-
MBT-The snnnal meeting of the .took hold-
-li ft f the Hakalau pl*nut!on company will
JTbSm «» W^sd.y. Marcb^*; 1«)8 at the
\u0084 " „\u2666 ij o'clock a. m.. at th* office of tbe
££«_rr. 2«s Market *v. room 210.. San
Fr»o<-i>>'"o. California, for the purpose of
ZZctink directors for the ensulag year and j
for the cow'deratlon and transaction of- such \u25a0
rther bo»ices» as may come before the meet- ,
w Traos^r book* will cJcse - Saturday.
Flbrnary 22. IPOS. By order of the president.
! euniary t*, _, THOMAS. Secretary.
February 18. 190S- . ________
THE *nnu«l mating of the stock holders of
the Honolnlu Plantation Company will be held
on WFD VESDA Y. February 26. 1508. at the
cwmpany; 268 Market St.. room 204. for the
rcr-%ose of electing Director* for the ensuing
«_? and for tte transaction of such . other
boSae»» «« may come before the mating.
TraDirfer Books will close on Saturdajv Febru-
.rv l-s ; I SOS at the boor of 8 o'clock 'jv-m.
B?Jrfer < the President. W. J. MATSON. .
Secretary.;
CAIX BRANCH OFFICB, JCSI Flllmore ,*V j
near Port. V ; v
Ketchel and Sullivan
Meet Today in the Ring
Sports Events Program
for Today
RACI.VG — Eleventh renewal of the
California derby at one and a
quarter miles at Emeryville race
conme.
BOXIXG— TTrenty-ave round bout
between Stanley Ketchel and
Mike (Twin) Sullivan at the
Mission street arena, 2:15 p. in.
Ten round preliminary, Ward vs.
Truscott, at 1 :30 o'clock. '
CROSS . COUNTRY , RUXMA'G —
Two mile race under the aus
pices of the Olympic club at
Golden Gate park stadium.
Thirty runners' will start at 11
\u25a0' o'clock.
Annual cross country cham
pionship of the Academic ath
letic league.. Start and finish at
Pniltvnle. nixht high school
teams will start.
POLO— Dedication of <he new
field of the . San Mateo polo
club at El Cerrlto park, near
San Mateo, at 3 p. m.
TEXXlS— Doubles tournament on
the public courts in Golden
Gate park.
GOLF— Thirty-six bole handicap
tournament on _ the Ingleslde
links of the San Francisco golf
and country club, tog-ether with
"Bogey" handicap.
TRAP SHOOTING — Opening shoot
of the season at Ingleside tin
der tbe auspices of the Trap
shooters' league of tbe . Pacific
coast.
changes suddenly to the head, and. then
there Is trouble. Ketchel appreciates
that his effectiveness lies in his ability
as a fighter, and not as a boxer, and he
devotes all his time to perfecting him
self in the former art. ;
The fight will take place under can
vas, irrespective of the state of the
weather.. With the tent overhead it
gives the house a more dressy appear
ance and adds to the comfort of the
spectators. The United Railroads will
run special cars from the ferry out
Market and Valencia streets to the
arena. The regular cars out Mission
street will also pass the scene of the
fight. Sickles avenue, leading to the
arena, has been macadamized, which
will improve the traveling for specta
tors on foot and for the motor cars.
After the fight there will be a large
number of cars available to bring the
spectators to town.
A 10 round preliminary will be staged
at 1:30 p. m. and the blk fight will be
on at 2:15 o'clock. Billy Roche will
referee both flgrhts. '\u25a0"* ,\u25a0 ''''
The supervisors' police committee Is
divided upon the question of flgrht per
mits. Supervisors Stafford and Rlxford
believe that the interests of the men
•who enjoy a bout with the gloves will
be best conserved If but three pro
moters are allowed in the field. Pursu
ant to this policy they voted yesterday
f CHURCH SERVICES
PLYMOUTH Contrregatlonal church/ * Post and
Buchanan Bts., February 22, Bp. m ., "A' De-
fense of the Jews — Their Speedy Restoration
of Their Spiritual SoTereignty." Seats free.
Shaker mystics.
MATRIMONIAL >
WOULD you marry If suited 1 If so, become a
member of my matrimonial club; if yon are
sincere and wish to marry you should become
a member. For particulars write to MRS. KOH-
LER, 1448 O'Farrell, Inclosing self-addres«ed
and stamped envelope. Correspondence solicited.
DO not be deceired; the only reliable matri-
monial bureau you will find is MRS. WOL-
TERS, 1711 Geary St.; established 1900.
MARBIAOE paper with pbotos and postofflce
addresses, 10c silver: many wealthy. Address
CUPID, P. O. box m, Oakland, Cal.. .
LADIES and GENTS wishing to marry call or
write MRS. McCARTHY, 1761 Geary St.; send
' 25c for Information. J
CALL BRANCH OFFICE, 1651 Flllmore st.
pear Po>t. '
INFORMATION WANTED \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
ANY Information regarding the whereabout* of
Otto Barber would b» greatly appreciated by
bis parents. MR. A. BARBER, WatsonTllle,
Cal. :
BUSINESS PERSONALS
EXPERT ELECTROLYSIS. \ ~\
I pocltlrely guarantee to remOTe permanently,
aod painlesxlj .the most, stubborn growth of
superfluous hair with the FiTe Electric Needle
Method. Having devoted 12 years to the study
and practice of electrolysis, I have the most
modern scientific ' appliances now in use, operat-
ing one to five needles at once, thus , assuring
my patients a great saVlng In time and expense.
MRS. L. BARRETT- WILSON, expert electro-
logist, ISI6 Fillmore st. sear Sutter. Phone
West 1599. .
.- \u25a0\u25a0 ~~ MISS M. G. BARRET, " ~~~'
\ TEACHER OF SHORTHAND,
w Rooms 280-281-282 Russ Building
Montgomery st. between Busfi and Pine.
A shorthand school In the butlness center.
Giving thorough INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Special attention given to beginners and back-
ward pupils. Special offer to those who enroll
before January 15. Thorough Instruction by
malL Write . for particulars. :
SUPERFLUOUS hair removed by electric needle.
MISS O. DUDLEY, Stanford Hair Dressing par-
lors, 1590 Calif, cor Polk; teU Franklin 1402.
ATTENTION. Mothers and Fathers— Tne C. D.
WILLIAMS 30 DAY SHORTHAND SCHOOL,
by a new- - method, positively guarantees ;to
make you expert stenographer.' ready to take a
position, after 80 days' study; why spend 6
months} School 719 Gough Kt. nr. McAllister.
C. P. WILLF^MS. Principal. :
-MONEY made dally and Call Want Ads help to
make It. Advertise your wants;' make, them
known to tbe public through a Call Want Ad.
An Investment, not an expense. For fall par-
tlcnlars read Call Want Ads flatly.
THK MpST WONDERFUL • DISCOVERIES on
tbe enre of cancer ever published in book form,
by Dr. S. R. Chamley, the noted cancer sp«-
clalUt; send for Jt, it's free. . 696 McAllister
-St.. eoite ». San Francisco, Cal."-':. ' \u25a0 ;
WIGS, toupees, front pieces,, that fit; purest hair
used; hair dressing, shampooing,' dyeing, etc..
G. LEDERER, 2271 Calif ornia - st. near Web-
" ster, formerly at 123 SttfCVton; estab. ' 1868.
VIATI HYGIENE , BOOK. 1 cloth bound. * explains
bow diseases may be overcome NATURALLY.
* Book free upon application. Address THE
VIA VI CO.. INC.. 686-652 Pine St.. city.
S; STROZYNSKI C 0. ,; 1250 Sutter St.— Wigs
and toupees as they should be made; artistic
bair \u25a0- dressing, manicuring, : . - facial : treatment
arid hair dyeing; Marcel- waving. .' ,:...'\u25a0"
WOULD youjike to Join our postcard clnb? It
Is something new as well as interesting. Send
: 2e lUmp for particulars. S. F. Post : Card
Exchange. 309 Lea venworth st \u25a0/\u25a0:'\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0 ,
EXPERT ELECTROLYSIS (PAINLESS) "
Superfluous hair remvd.: B Elec." Needle Method.
Mrs. 1.8. Wilson, est. 12 yrs. 1816 Flllmore.
MME. N. WILLIAMB. massage and ; electric
treatment; ladies and gents. 1422 Turk;sulte «. ,
DR. MAN ASSE. oculist optician; i free : consuHa-,
tlon regarding eyes. 1920 Post nr.: Flllmore.
REFINED young lady expert masseuse will treat
you at your, homes. - Call or. \u25a0 address MISS
JESSIE VAN. 93 6th st' cor. Mission. • Parlor. 17.
UNCALLED ! for cults;" overcoats > and 5 trousers ' at
. let* than cost at CHA S. LYONS',* tbe > London
t»Uor, 1432 Fillmore ; st. bet. EUU * O'FajrelL
THE SAN FJRAN6ISCO ;€ALE^SATUBD AY; FEBRUARY- 22^1908.
ttetid&urgGirlsYJin
From Cogswell
Victorious in a Close Game* of
Basket Ball by a Score of
18 to 9:
In an exceedingly .-, clever game of
basket ball yesterday the girls from
the Healdsburg high school defeated
the Cogswell team by a score of 18, to.
9. The auditorium of the Cogswell
school was well filled; with' spectators;
many supporters of .the Sonoma county
team being present. *-A
' The team work of the Healdsburg
five, was far superior to that 1 of their
opponents | and, although - : Cogswell
played ; hard, they were not \u25a0\u25a0 nearly, as
sure on their feet. At the end of the
first half the score stood 12 to 3 in
favor of Healdsburg and In the second
half both teams scored six goals.
The lineup:
* 1 , • «...
Healdsburg. Positions. Cogswell.
Pennlngton. . . . . . Forward ... ... . . . . . . .Swisher
F0x ....... . . F0rward. . .......... t Galloway
D0011tt1e. ........ Side center. . ... . ..... Woltera
Frye. .....:..... .Center. ...,*......... Williams
Foster. . .v . ...... Side center. .....'.:.. .Muthorn
Windhoevel . . Guard :*>.'. Fields
Tlbbets Guard.. Beeson
The most- Important game of basket
ball of the., season will take place at
the Y. M. H. A. auditorium ', in Page
street tonight, when the ; Lowell five
will meet the Oakland high school
team. Great rivalry; exists between
these two' teams, which wlll ; no doubt
result in an excellent game. /
* - * •'•\u25a0"
. The course of the Academic cross
country race was announced yesterday
afternoon. The race will start at the
northern end of Grove street, Berke
ley, and extend northward and then
return, a. distance of five miles.'
\u25a0• • -•"•\u25a0
Two good games of academic ,base
ball are scheduled for today, J. when
Lick will meet Napa at -the latter's
home town, while Wilmerdlng is 'to
play Palo Alto in the college city. \
* • •
A field day of many of the high
schools of the Sacramento valley will
be h-eld today in Sutter City.
TO FIGHT FOR FIRST PLACE
OAKLAND, Feb. 21.— -First place in
the Saturday football league will be
contested at , Freeman's park at 11
o'clock tomorrow morning, when the
Berkeley Buffs will meet the Albion
Rovers. Reserves. These teams are tied
for the leadership. L. G. Patterson
of the Thistles will referee.
to recommend to the board that Luke
Marisch be given the April permit and
Jack Gleason that for May. \u0084V
Representatives . of the Ariel rowing
club asked for the April permit, and
they were backed up by Supervisor, Mc-
Leran, the third member of the com
mittee. He believed that there should
be four promoters in the field and that
the fourth one should be the/ Arlels.;
McLeran will file a. minority report
with the board, and the question of
fight permits will be" thrashed out at
the meeting of the board Monday. Mc-
Leran is not alone in his stand against
having but three promoters. " Other su
pervisors believe .there should be at
least four, so a lively discussion is in
prospect.
BUSINESS PERSONALS— - Continued
WOMAN'S BREAST TOR CANCER.
ANY TUMOR, LUMP OR SORE ON THE LIP,
FACE OR ANYWHERE SIX MONTHS
IS CANCER.
$1,000 offered by a Los Angeles doctor for
a failure to cure any cancer he treats be-
fore It poisons deep glands, is convincing.
"Absolute guarantee/*'' That man is the world
renowned cancer specialist who cures \wltb-
- out knife or pain and charges nothing until
cured; strictly reliable;: no X ray or other
swindle. DR. S. R. CHAMLEY Is the party.
He has a national reputation of having cured
more cancers In 35 years • than . any other
doctor living. He has published ' a book* that
proves that any. lump in woman's breast is
cancer.- Honesty is his policy;, be refuses
those who have waited until past cure, though
\u25a0 they frequently offer him thousands of dol-
lar*. Tbe reader may save : a life by = sending
this to some one with cancer, v To get his 180
Bajre book free, describe your case and address
>R. AND MRS. DR. CHAMLEY & CO., 696
McAllister st., suite 9, San Francisco.
MRS. L, E. HARTMAN— Baths and massage,
moved to room* 206. 1788 ; Flllmore st. nr.
Bntter. Open . Sundays.
THE sanitary parlors; manicuring,' face mas-
cage, vibratory scalp treatment. : 2053 Sutter
st., apartment. B. \u25a0 \u25a0
MISS THELMA LE ROY, manicuring parlors,
69 Montgomery ' ay. . bet. Washington and Jack-
son st». : select. \u25a0 .\u25a0 :
MISS JESSIE VAN, expert masseuse., Call at 93
6tb st. cor. Mission. Parlor 17. ; Hours 11 to 10. ;
YOUNG, woman wishes a few private customers;
. praduate macsage. , 1726 O'f'arrpll st., room 3.
SUPERFLUOUS h*lr, moles, birthmarks, cured
by absorption. |1. ST. JOHN. 1578 Bush ;\u25a0 st.
BATTLE ' CREEK treatments ; corns ;' removed
without pain; lady, operators. 1261' G. Gate ay.
SECOND HAND clothing bought and sold. I." M.
DE MANN, 1629 Market St.; Phone Market 2542
GOLDSTEIN CO., theatrical and masquerade cos-
tumes, 821 Van Ness;; country: orders solicited.
MME. JAHN COSTUME COMPANY. .
.Post and Van Ness.. Country, orders solicited.-
' PIONEER INSTITUTE OF, MASSAGE,
1920 Flllmore st. Phone West 8658.
THEO TREYER, :': ' wig and • toupee ', maker,-: 60i
California st. ; f ormeriy at 831 ; Kearny st/ : \u25a0 v
MISS V. BRADLEY. Corona hotel. : 11 Taylor st.
near Market — Manicuring t and : massage. . ..\u25a0••. . ; -j
MRS. HELEN DERBER.'. graduate masseuse;
. electrical treatment^v 2014 Sutter st. v
MISS B. LEE, scalp treatments, manicuring.
-• 1045 Market St., room 76, j third floor. ,- - s -:
TUB baths,- massage: hours, "10 to 9 p. • m. ; open
"-. Sundays: select.: 537. Valencia st. ;
MANICURING ' parlors; 10-11. 725 Geary : st.
:. nr.". LeaTenworth ;. select ) patrons. "
MISS LEE— Magnetic treatments: hours 10 to 9/
138 6th st. apt. 1 (don't. ring).
FIRST; CLASS upholstering' done at your house.'
S.J. JENSEN.- 1701 Tnrkr St.* :.;
CALL "\u25a0; BRANCH OFFICE, , \u25a0 1651 J Flllmore st.
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R. A. Smyth
Accessory f Auto Nlen
Sanction Show
National Organization Wires Its
Approval of the Coming
Exhibition
R. R. l'Hommedieu
The question, after the automobile
show was announced, of whether, deal
ers in 'Accessories and ) tires' would be
allowedTto show /under, the compact of
the motor and accessory manufacturers'
national organization caused a tele
gram to be sent from; the show, com
mittee asking" for' a sanction from the
national body. The following telegram
was received yesterday afternoon:
\"Union;Bldg., Newark,' Feb.- 21; 1908
Mrs. Fred J. Linz, president of the
California woman's automobile club,
San. Francisco. Sanction granted your
show conditional upon your paying per
cent rebate on space : tak^en ./by/ our*
members. Answer if yoii accept.- Mo
tory and Accessory/Manufacturers." '
: The settling of this question will
have some effect on. the tire nf en ex
hibiting, one of two of them having
heldoff waiting for this sanction. Now
that: the sanction.;has'- come>. and \ been
accepted some of the tire men will take
space. .
Thursday night of show week will
be known as California club night, as
the women; of; the California club have
offered their assistance to. the fellow
clubwomen that evening. One of the
attractions , of the show .will >be the
curiosity shop. In It will be the* first
gasoline car of San. Francisco, \u25a0 which
was built by John Wllkins : at^ the
Cliff house In 1876. - It is also hoped
to secure some of the .first Wlntons
and also some of the Argonaut steam
cars.
The ' Maxwell-Briscoe Pacific com
pany reports the sale of a two cylinder
Maxwell car to Mrs. J. ; E. Perkins.
• \u25a0 • ,-'\u25a0' *
All persons interested In the actual
cost of running a high, grade car will
have facts' and figures to guide them
when the Winton company publishes
the result of its $2,500 contest for six
teen six drivers. The .rules of the
contest require monthly -reports from
all contestants, and the: figures are •
being compiled for public distribution
as soon as the awards are announced.
Any employed driver of ;a sixteen six
is eligible to enter the contest. There
are 10 Individual prizes -ranging from
$100 up to $1,000 in gold coin.
"Word has been received from the
Thomas factory to the effect that Percy
Walker's, new 1908 tourabout' will leave
the factory in a short time. This . car
will be considerably faster than the
car. of the same make he had last year.
It is being fitted up for both racing
and touring.
C. S. Howard, head of the Howard
automobile company, has enlarged his
selling force, takjug into the firm Wil
liam Powers. PbVers was formerly
connected with the Middleton motor
car company; and has recently been in
the iautomobile business , : In "Nevada.'
Howard reports the sale of a 40
horsepower, four cylinder Bulck "tour
ing car to E. _. Stewart of Denverton,
Solano county. This is the first car of
this new model to be sold on this cpast.-
CLAIRVOYANTS— ContInned
DR. ALEXANDER ARGO, I HINDU SEER* and
acknowledged world's greatest clairvoyant. \u25a0 He
; calls- your name aloud; tells everything;
• names to whom and when you will marry:
whether . husband, : lover, wife or sweetheart
Is true or false; locates absent ones; reunites
the separated; tells you when and how to ln-
, vest to obtain ': the best possible • results ; how
to gain tha love of those you ' desire: advice
on all affairs. If you , doubt his ability call
.and he will give you positive - evidence In
', yourtown 'case, . free , of charge. -Unlike-: the
ej fortune teller and . pretender, he asks no fee
\u25a0-"•' in . advance . and no fee I if perfect | satisfaction
lis not ' given. . ! To :. every person visiting my
parlors this -.week* I will. give, absolutely free,
,\u25a0\u25a0 one of ; my c test readines - and one rof my
Pscopalmo \u25a0 charts, formerly sold for $5.. This
offer Is absolutely . free. I: want to get.ac-
. quainted with, you and prove, to you that I
am 100 years v ahead of .:' any t clairvoyant : in
the world. Office. 1917 Post St.- Hours,' 10 to
-. 8. ' Special .. low fee - for . 7 . days. :
A WOMAN / OF STRANGE POWER.
MME. ANNA ' Mr VOGEL. "
ASTRAL DEAD TRANCE CLAIRVOYANT
\u25a0\u0084 AND, PSYCHIC. PALMIST.
This Gifted Woman penetrates the mysteries
of the soul, delves • Into the : past and Inquires
Into the future. \
Her powers are wonderful," Indisputable. Her
- advice clear,' concise and to the point. :
She : will point out ; the i way that will lead
: you t0 ...' success ;In : business, speculation. In-
vestments, love, courtship, matrimony, divorce,
•- or anything "you may be In trouble about.
\u25a0 Special Low Fee This Week.
': Hours 10 to 8. \u25a0:" \u25a0"--- - - 1124 O'Farrell st.
A. W. SHERMAN,' Clairvoyant. Trance Medium,
60c. ; : , 1783 ; Sutter st. . ' ; 60c. . ;
- IAN HONEST PROPOSITION. :'' : :;i: ;i
" MR. SHERMAN, San -Francisco's celebrated
clairvoyant,'' palmist j- and ; spirit medium, v is ] per-
manently located * bere.'i -,'..-. :,'
: HIS j HONESTY, ' test of time and 12 years'
continuous practice In San Francisco have proven
beyond all doubt that Mr. Sherman is the leader
of his profession. '•'•'': c
His advice on loTe.. business,' wills," estates, 'law
suits."" buying or selling |of 'property, speculation,'
marriage or dlTorce - is : uuequaled. • . • ' . ; \u25a0
; , r6Oc — 60c— 50c— 60c. . -.' -. .
A— - ORMONDE.
WHITE BIYSTIOOF INDIA.
FORMERLY. 10 YEARS' IN» MARKET ST.
ALWAYS CONSULT THE BEST.
; Formerly 10. years, in Market st.; a clairvoyant
with ••\u25a0• power: :t genuine.* a reliable. '\u25a0\u25a0 - conscientious;
past, present, future ; ' business advice, love. ; mar-
riage, divorce; removes, evil "Influence. -tells your
full name; > born in the orient, with. the power of
any 10 • mediums ; \u25a0 readings . $1... 1310 Devisadero
st. t between i Kills and O'Farrell. . . '/, ::.- -* --- : ; .'
MRS;- : SHAFFER. V, test t and . business i medium,
"clairvoyant; ; sittings dally. 907 Bnchansn-*t.-
PROF. -WING.' clairvoyant, i palmist.' card; read-"
:ipg::soc.Ml49A:DeTlsadero nr. Eddy; no sign.
MISS M;> MARTIN, clairvoyant and ' card • read-
\u25a0i Ingi *. 41 \u25a0 6tb , st. ; nr. : Market, ; suite 2 \u25a0 and "8. "(.?,
MME." LE • FERN.'- scientific' card ! reader; ' as-
. \u25a0 tro!ogy.*C 716: Golden Gate; av. . : . %
MRS.' E.? HALI^. ' card \ reading; ; 897 Golden Gate
. av.:houri« IUo 8: room 23.
CALLr BRANCH > OFFICE, r 1651 >: Flllmore . st.
T\<!"\T PftSt.'
_^ v SPIRITUALISM >\u25a0
C. ; M AYO-STEERS.I trance medium and psyebotn-
etrist," Jewtett hall," 777, McAllister; public meet-
' ' Ings "; Sun.'; "'.Tubs. . and ;•'. Frl. s eves. ,7:4s; ; circles
I Thnrs.,- 1 . 2 ' p. v m. ; 25c : ; private readings dally,-
.'•.111 to 6; readings by mall, 3 questions,, sl.v \ : , •
MRS. 7 : }.' J. WHITNEY. \u25a0 trance business : medium
.".;. \u25a0 i:r \u25a0;>':. <VAND{ LIFE f READER. ,:.,;.y.5;.-. ..;-
':; , Spiritual .."' messages. : ; i;\ \u25a0 V 1 164 \ O' Farrell : i st. .~- %
MRS. * Ij~& H. '-:> KINNAIRD. ; readings ; daUy •"-. 10-4;
\u25a0 circles i this t week," - Wed., '; Frl.,; 818 1 p. * m. '{. 1439
\u25a0/£ Flllmore ; st.":"'-".;-..-. ; . . '.."; -.\u25a0 : :y\/..-:^'..} ...•:_^\..- "',';•\u25a0 »:?,Z
MRS/ SEAL~^ spiritual 'medium:- rendlnga dally.'
!T-786 , McAllister; st :\u25a0 circles :Thursday,T 8 ,p. 1 m.*
READINGS daily, ' 50c ; i hours ' from 9 to \u25a05 ! p. « m."
B| M RS:} REGAN,' office 3403 Mission st.'i nrr 20th.'
CALL * BRANCH -j" OFFICE. . 1651 FiUmore % st.
\u25a0 TnPSr 'POSt.^"'"-^ : ';;|* llilLl_li_l* ; ' >••"-'\u25a0"''-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0.'\u25a0":
\u25a0':, ''I >'"':;-'." '^^ASiTRbLOGYi^': : -'\u0084'"•. \u25a0[\u25a0 -.Cd
MRS. i-DR.V BENJAMIN." ./astrologlst,'; 875 v Eddy",
'- »t. : \ plione \u25a0 Franklin l lslfl.'- r Hour* from 10 to 5.^
y'v; : 'BUsiN_SsIiCHANCES':I '^ \u25a0- V :'^-
I- : CAN -'sell [you * the j best ; pVyingi restaurant iln
';i. the : heart '\u25a0 of I Oakland; % this Is a:\u25a0 money; maker
. • and '^ will 5 stand; investigation ; 3 the * amount tof
tli"' money : required '• Is \u25a0 $8,500,"; to "• make 'quick sale."
'AddreßS box 4637,1; Call [•fne«,'|Oakland;m-^^
% The White Steamer; in Spokane,: Wash. At the wheel is
J.*H. Spear and next is his son. In the tonneau from left to right
are D.J. Condon and C. A. Eastman, Pacific coast sales manager
of the "White company.^ \
Crack Runners Will
Race at Stadium
The annual .two mile race of the
Olympic club, which will. be held In
the Golden Gate park stadium today,
has attracted an entry of 30 runners.
Four teams will start, in addition to
some individual runners. The Siapla
mat Indians will have a strong team,
headed by C. , Connolly, the crack dis
tance runner. The Olympio club will
start a ; strong team. ; while Lick high
school have two teams.
. The ra«e will be started promptly at
'll o'clock. .John Elliott will be the
referee and the veteran , official has a,
record, for -punctuality. The entries
follow: •
-VSlaplamat Indians — C. Connolly, Frank Bar
tosh, .Thomas ... Cushing. William. Joyner, Leo
Seam," \u25a0.•William- Barry,: William J. Waters.
Irish-American clvb — W. B. (Soldierr King.
St. -Ignatius college— James- R. Kelly. '
Mission high- school — Harry McPherson. ,
Olympic club— S: Richardson, A. Garcia,' A.-
Moody, Garvin, O. Boddlker, Tom Smith,
Andrew Glarner. N
/ Lick hi j?h . school: First team— A. Cortelyou,
J. \u25a0'-. Baumberger,' R. Meeker, W.nartwell, C.
Daniels, J. Little. J.- Buettler. Second team —
J. Kent, F. Jacobs, S. liolman, J. F. Easton,
H. Baiter. '
The senior athletic team of the Olym
pic, club will meet the Stanford seniors
at Stanford on March 14. Manager Joa
Hickey -will take a junior team of
Olympians to" Palo Alto on March 12
to meet the freshmen. '
:'.: The Olympic .club baseball team will
make the/ pilgrimage to Stanford to
morrow to meet the varsity, nine.
The Olympic club will concentrate all
its departments at the Post street club
house on March. 5, .. 0n which; day the
Eddy street house will be given up.
SCHAEFER WIXS FROM CUTLER
PHILADELPHIA, Feb.: 21.— The 1,500
point 18.1' balkline billiard match be
tween Jake Shaefer of Chicago and Al
bert Cutler of Boston, .which has "been
In ,; progress ;.here ',. since Monday, ended
tonight with "Shaefer a winner. The
total score was 1,500 to 1,224. \ ..
BUSINESS CHANCES— Contlnned^
" F. A. BROOKBANK. .'.' -
San Francisco's Leading > Agent. .
..- 1425 Stelner st. bet. Ellis and O'Farrell.
1805 Flllmore at. near Sutter.'
List your place with me for quick results.
Have a large list of good buyers waiting.
PARTNER v for old established V manufacturing
.: agency handling . well advertised goods; one of
I the - best money j making propositions - we . have
ever offered you. See BROOKBANK. >^
22 r.. nicely fur..-^ lodging house;'new; modern;
- j full of roomers;* clears $125 month; fine loca-
tion on 14th st.; rent $115: price $1,650: terms
• part cash, balance out receipts. BROOKBANK.
WHY DO YOU WORK FOR OTHER. PEOPLE
, IF -YOU ; HAVE -A FEW HUNDRED DOL-
LARS OF YOUR OWN? WE CAN PLACE
.\u25a0YOU: IN A BUSINESS THAT WILL GIVE
YOU A PERMANENT POSITION AND PAY
YOU FROM $100 TO $200 r MONTH. WE
HAVE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR
EVERYBODY, BIG OR LITTLE, YOUNG OR
OLD. 'AT THE RIGHT PRICES. ARE YOU
\u25a0LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? IF SO. CALL
AND \u25a0> SEE CAL. BUS. EXCHANGE, : 1230
FILLMORE ST., ROOM .6.
" " BAIRD & KEMPSTER. -
951 FILLMORE ST. 1
SAN FRANCISCO'S LEADING » BUSINESS
BROKERS— BUSINESS CHANCES, ROOM-
. ING HOUSES, FLATS.' ..
1 .-. : PHONE PAGE 5761. , '.:
SEE US IF YOU WANT TO BUY. -
LIST WITH; US FOR QUICK SALE.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY." ;/ \u25a0 '" ; '\u25a0:: *;j :\u25a0 ".•'".'•
A wholesale manufacturing company with . an
• $80,000 investment... dotng a first class business,
located in Oakland.' requires additional capital ;
offers a limited amount of stock at par. :
- This Is an Al . chance : for • the investment of
$20,000 to $30.000 ' in- a SAFE and PROFIT-.
ABLE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING
BUSINESS. .'>: Stock Issued in « amounts and
terms to suit. Call or address THOMAS GIL-
BERT.. 214 Union Savings Bank bldg., Oakland.'
;' California. "-\u25a0\u25a0.... ' . - . "y'" I '! '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-'"\u25a0'-
s2,soo— For . quick i^ale, :57 rooms, < netting $250
per 'month; half cash. : . ; • (BC 9S)
$1,250—18 .rooms on ;'' Broadway, netting .-• $125
• .-, per . month : \u25a0 sickness. . .> ' (BC ' 105) .
'*'"• $175— Upper/flat < near local and streetcars;
~ rent $12 ;•; snap. •^' / '; (BC-168);
\u25a0 $250^-10 rooms; rent j $45; - half '- block / from
Broadway: bargain. —';';\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 (BC 133)"
I GEO.';W/. AUSTIN,';; 1018- Broadway, ; Oakland.
FOR sale-;-Newspaper ; route ;at- a ' great, bargain
. . In ,' large California : : town; -i good ' Income; - will
s bear closest \u25a0 Investigation ;- a geaulne • snap.
-,: C* F. BURKS : CO.. 1068 , Broadway. Oakland.
\u25a0 RESTAURANTS. $100 ;- up ; - saloons. $500 up ;
, 'groceries at all! prices ; delicatessen^,' $200 up;
; rooming houses;; $300 , np; flats, ' $150 up. * F.
MOAH.'room 4, 1615 Fillraore st. - : ;
rOK rent— Hotel St.' George;- nearly completed;
•: ever i 100 rooms ; elevator service; hot and cold
.water;, gas > and electric .Ught. CaU' at 373:
.»;.: 18th ; St.. -. Oakland. C,'. "\u25a0- j • ; '
14,000 — AllgeneralA 11 general bazaar int a \u25a0: fast growing idis-'
rtrict; average monthly receipts $1,000; sickness
".cause of ;sale. - i' Box 4644,: Call: office, Oakland.
GARAGE and. repair shop,", netting- owner 5300
; : per month; $2,600 takes it:>bargalni(B.Cll7)^
; GEO. ?;W.y AUSTIN. 101S ; Broadway. \ Oakland.
I FOR sale— Ftrst class delicatessen I and branch
." bakery; *. doing la ' good business: • owner :- leaving
B city ; i price $2.500. -Box 140, ; Call o{flce.
HOTEL property: paying j big profits ; ; can be !n-
• - creased : • price i $16,000 : ; half .' cash ; restaurant,
• r bar .s and ': 2Q ; rooms. > 2544 :21st,st. .; j •..-'\u25a0
IF you : wish " to i buy ; a 1a 1 saloon ' before . tbe . big fleet
arrives,! call and get particulars at 405 Druaim
i', st.'iclty^no; agent. '^.l:/-^:-V y--^^^:,:^' :,'<\u25a0-'.
FOR* sale ;cheap^ J first 'class "cigar, store .and bll-
'\u25a0 Hard: hall; i opposite Orpheum- theater,; 67s 12th
,~ st.T» Oakland.:, .-/ ; -';.>\u25a0'':'".;\u25a0•• '^r '-^, ''\u25a0.'\u25a0'•\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0' :\u25a0\u25a0'.--
CORNER" grocery; " best r locality ; , invoice . - about
\u25a0<3-. $1,600; owner retiring. -1498 Ellis, cor.', Webster.
EBtabllßhed : paying i restaurant,^; $500; ; : part cash;
5f owner * retiring; ? lease: f cheap \ rent. 2942 -Slat.
GOOD : ; Call 3 route, i- for -, sale .i in -t Oakland. :; " See
ff owners 458 »: 44th; st., j afternoon:- 7 \u25a0 ; . ' ;.:.
CALL? BRANCH - OFFICE, : 1651 FiUmore v st.
'\u25a0 j near PostJ^' •-':'\u25a0•'.\u25a0. ' ' -\u25a0 '\u25a0•^_^___^____Zjll—ll—L±
'hotjbls'for sale ;:\u25a0:'\u25a0.-.-
FQBi Bale-^-The '\u25a0. most i elegantly;.' famished . hotel
*\u25a0\u25a0 or ? rooming t house iin ij Nevada ; « steam ', heated ;
J.^ modern ; * 38 1 rooms,".- not 5 including ,; large - halls.
f /reception * rooms' and \ baths; corner building;. 2
; •$ entrances ; * average >J Income * from .- $1,200 j. to
c~. $1.500 1 per * month ; i reason^, for I selllng/i owner
' called ? abroad ; 5 golden '\u25a0. opportunity ; - must i sell
H. within *\u25a0 next =3 i months. >v : Address all ' communi-
'\u25a0'- cations '•' to ;M. HAMSON, Imperial « Hotel.
; - •'\u25a0\u25a0£, : •-.- • -.-?;-.\u25a0' ' ' .. ' ' "\u25a0
'gtn_i^iM«i nr 1 TYn-«-*-»iri- 1 '-.*''-'-'—..-
Oakland Wants Three
BaW<iames Each Week
Polo Players Meet
in Fast Game
The opening game of a three day
polo tournament was played yesterday
on the private field of Francis J. Caro-'
lan at Burlingame. The Reds, 'captained
by T. A. Drlscoll, showed g'jod team
work and won handily by a score of 8
goals to 1. The teams lined up:
Reds. Whites.
P. D. Martin George Cameron
Captain Ward Jackson Captain Davis
George Parsons...:." F. J. Carolan
T.- A.' Drlscoll .....R. M. Tobia
\ The game opened with some snappy
play and v was fairly' fast throughout
the six periods. Neither side was able
to score in the first 10 minutes of
play . v ' Early. ln- the second period Dris
coll scored and \u25a0 the opposing team
seemed to weaken, it being especially
deficient in Its attack. The only goal
scored by the team came in the last
period, when R. M. • Tobin drove the
ball between the posts.
\u25a0'Of .the .goals. scored by the winning
team Driscoll made four. Parsons two.
while Martin and Captain Jackson are
each credited , with one. The new El
Cerrlto field near >San Mateo will be
•dedicated "with a; game this afternoon.
.The field although new Is in excellent
condition and a fast game is expected.
A large attendance of society people
is expected. The final game of the
tournament, will be played tomorrow
on Charles W. Clark's field.
SO HOCKEY GAME THIS TEAR
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb.' 21. — It
was stated by the Yale athletic author
ities today that there would be no
international hockey game this year
between" the Yale team, the winners of
the intercollegiate championship, and
the University of Toronto. There has
been some talk of a. meeting between
these teams to decide the championship
of North America, but the Yale team
has gone out of training and; will not
play • again this year. \-
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
A CAM EB ON & CO. TeL Franklin^6<L
.' 634 Golden Gate ar. near Vaa Ness.
Hotels, Flats, Rooming Honse Broker*.
Large list . to select from always on hand.
NEW first class rooming honse of CO rooms.
- mostly all ; snnny ; rent reasonable; moat (ell
;on account of other business; no agents. Ad-
drew M. H.. box 2111. CaU.
FOR sale — 9 room famished house; suitable for
transient roomers: on Kearaj st. bet. Pacific
; and Broadway: will sell cheap; parties lea Ting
town. 1046 Kearny st. " \u25a0 : ."
COMPLKTK Ms.t farn'd roomlnthoo'M: «!1 slzas;
injr titl***: h*rg*tn» >T^\u25a0l^Tw^^>^« > \u25a0 011 Stelner «t.
PARTIVERS WANTED
PARTNER wanted— Wish party Vith erperlen<r«
>as partner. ln saloon and eocery. . doing dafly
cish business of ' $100; $3,000 cash needed.
Rot 306 P. Call office. *
PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWET. STRONG 4 CO.— Founded 1860: TJ. S.
and foreign patents; InTentors'iroide; 100 me-
chanical moTementa free. 1108 Merchants* Ex-
rh'anee building. San-rrancl«co. -
:.• - . PHYSICIANS ~~ .
DBS. H. C. EDWARDS and H. B. BBIQHT. ;
617 23D ST. NEAR TELEGRAPH AY.
'OAKIJLND. CAIx
DR. JOSEPH ARDENYI. physician and surjeon;
- diseases . of the skin. Benito-nrinary. yenereal
' and rectal diseases; hours 1 to 3 and 6 to 7:30
p. m. ,1117, Turk st. near . Laguna. • \u25a0> -
DR. WONG HIM. . ~~— ~
H2RB DOCTOR.
; Permanently Located
1268 O'Farrell st. bet. Gouyh and Octa^ia.
DR. JOHN J. RICHSTEIN. genito-urinary and
»kln : diseases, suite 15. Venn bide. 966 Mar-
ket nt. at Mason; brs. 10-4 and 7-8; Sun.. 10-12
DR. . R. SMITH (of New ' York) . has opened vt-
flees 1620 Ellis st. nr. Flllmore; diseases of
.women excluslTely: low fee; strict . prlTacy.
DR.r CARPENTER— Diseases of women. ' 504
': Halght cr.rillmore. Hr«.2^t. 7-8. Tel. Park'4S7.
X-RAY and Finjen Light Laboratory. 999 Steiner
: St.; corner- McAllister: phone West 7009.
DR.NF. THOMAS (formerly Donahue bid;.), now
616 Turk st. \u25a0 Tel. Franklin 1590. \u25a0
CALL BRANCH OFFICE. ". 1651 FlUmore «t.
-vnetr Pq»t. ' \u25a0
, CHIROPODISTS
DR. J. LAURENCON of 11 Granf aT.. now at
- Burns'. Hammam' baths, 1841 O" Farrell nr. Fill:
CALL BRANCH, OFFICE. 1651 \u25a0 FlUmore st.
.-' near • Post. '.'-\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0:.\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 .- '
. DENTISTS
; BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTRY. 1633 Fillmore
st. Acknowledged to "be the easiest and best
: painless extraction in 3. F. Full set teeth, $2;
•j gold l crowns. $2 ; .• sUTer fllilng. SOc. • All work
guaranteed 20 years. Open dally till S p. m.
HILL." DR. LODLUM. 432 Webster, now Mnir-
:-: head bldg.. Mbt.. Hayes. Larkln sts.: gas gifeq
AT the VAN VROOM DENTISTS, no pain, low
prices, good •work." Fillmore and O'Farrell its.
DR. \u25a0 U.I GRANT. BARTLETT.' estraetins special-
,lst; r gas glTen. 2103 FiUmore. NW. , cor. Cat<
DR. . SIMMS.' formerly . Parrott , bldg.. 805 Market
\u25a0: st.:;now located 1214 . Polk-; cor. Sutter. r. 301.
HIGGINS. T. = B.; ;\u25a0: and ; KELLOGG. . A; C. V :
..^Corner FlUmore. st and Golden Gste it.
DR:? J. = J.i LEEK,, formerly . 112« Market, now 524
Valencia st '; between 19th , and ; 20ta.
\u25a0 Da." L.f T. CR A NZ.. DENTIST.
.... 1316 Sntter. .TeL Franklin 724. -
DR. IRA . G. LEEK— AII kinds of ' dental ' work.
s.- 515 v - Flllmore \u25a0 st."s near ;. Oak. • -
CALL -BRANCH OFFICE. 1651 FUlmore *t.
".' near • PO!>t. iSMHHaRMamIMBIIMMMIMII
\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 .'.„.. ...... \u25a0'.-.\u25a0\u25a0-. . '
;"\u25a0 \>: : \u25a0\u25a0 .v ATTORNEYS;;:;;
:AA: AA— Dirorce costs $12;. qiilct,- quiet; adTlee free;
no charge unless successful; title to real rsUt*
-restored; -bankruptcy: probating of n estate:
; ,v, v wills.*; deeds." leases, • blUs •; of taW collections.
: •' copartnerships; . corporations, ' gen. \u25a0\u25a0 ' practice.
Open Sat,eTM. 1028 Market St., room 12.
Oakland Fans Want-
More Baseball
Jack McCarthy I s Likely to Be
Chosen an Umpire in Place
of Perrine '
W. J. Slattery
The Oakland fans are shouting for
more baseball this season. They' be
lieve that at least three games a week
should be played on their grounds, and
unless thl3 request be granted the mag
nates will find themselves confronted
by a flock of hungry cranks, who are
very likely to keep their roars up dur
ing the season.
For several days President Ed Walter
has been besieged by an army of the
steady boys, who Insist that they be
given more baseball during the com
ing season. Walter explained that ha
was not the schedule committee, but
the fans simply told him to wade in
and use ,his influence. They al3o Inti
mated that unless he did some good
he would no longer be on their calling
lists.
Accordingly Walter has had talks
with the San Francisco management
about more- ball for Oakland. Tho
proposition is a difficult one. for th«
reason that the magnates do not know
how they will be able to figure on an
other day across the bay. The schedule
committee has also been called into
the case, so it Is likely that some sort
of a compromise will be agreed upon
i soon.
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President Cal Ewlns is still short an
umpire, but he believes that he will
have Jack O'ConneU"s running mato
signed up within a.couple of days. -It
to look like a race between
Bull Perrine and Jack McCarthy. Both
are veterans at the game and great
favorites with the fans, so it Is simply
a question of terms between them and
the head of the league.
Perrlne's contract was not satisfac
tory to him and he so informed Ewing
several days ago. Ewlng gave Bull to
understand that he could not go any
stronger, and Perrine. it is believed,
will not yield an Inch. He has ofter3
to work elsewhere and he may decide
to take one of them Immediately,
j McCarthy sent his terms to Ewlng
also, but since has heard nothing from
the league's chief executive. Jack has
a standing offer to go back 'to work
in the Eastern league, but he would
much prefer, staying here, as this is his
home. McCarthy umpired in the league
three years ago with great success.
Dan Long •would like to. get hold of
Joe Curtis, the Inflelder who has been
doing such good work around Vallejo.
Curtis played with the Springfield, 111.,
club last season and was a winner with
the fans. He Is still reserved by the
eastern -club. Long wrote him several
days ago. asking him to try to arrange
terms for a release, but the letter was
not answered.
Long yesterday wired transportation
to Lloyd Skillman, his new left handed
pitcher, who is wintering in Seattle.
Skillman wrote Long saying that he
wanted to come to San Francisco and
get acclimated a month before the sea
son opens. He will leave for this city
immediately and. work out dally at the
ball park. \u25a0 '-
• ATTORNEYS — Continued
— A — DlToree;"costa $12: adTic« free; no puh-
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and attachment!*: damage eases, wills, estates.
. deeds, guardianship, adoption; open erenlngs.
Room 33. 966 Market st. near Mason.
MARC ANTHONY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
Dean bids.. 960 Market st. ; tel. Franklin 3302.
HARRIS * HESS, attorneys at law; W. T. Hess.
notary public. Rooms 407-400 Call building.
HENKY H. DAVIS has remoTed his law offices
to rooms 495-487, Monadaock building.
A DIVORCE for $25; square dealing. Room 2.
2053 Sntter st. near FUlmore.
ALF. GROVES -
CALL BCILDINQ.
CALL BRANCH OFFICE, 1651 FiH_or» st.
near Post. \u25a0
DETECTIVES
WEST COAST : DETECTIVE AGENCY conducts
all civil and criminal affairs; private. Informa-
tion ; communications confidential : moderate
charges; open day and night. 89* Fillmor*;
teL Page 5531. THOS. C. GRAY. Principal.
CALL BRANCH OFFICE. 1651 Flllmpra st.
_n»ar_j > nBt.
PENSIONS
PENSION Attorney E. A. BULLIS. V 1341 Steiner
st.; past commander Thomas Post. G. A. R.
ACCOUNTAJTTS — Certified Public
JOHN R. RCCKSTELL. 306-308 Can buUdins—
Accounting systems: Investigations: audits.
Barrow, Wade. Gurhrie ft Co.. 737 Market: temp.
8071; lares tfzst ions, audits, systems, gen. acct.
CALL BRANCH OFFICE, 1531 Flllmore st.
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AUTOMOBILES
AUTOMOBILES FOR EVERYBODY.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BARGAINS.
SEE U3 SURE.
Runabout, 6 h. p. Pierce; a snap : $200
Rnuabont Cadillac: big X>nj......l ..... 373
Locomobile touring car. 4 cyl. : snap ;\u25a0\u25a0 900
Tourist , touring car. 2 eyl.: big buy....... .*fi.V>
White steamer. '05: fine condition.... 750
PHENIX AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE.
45th st. and San Pablo aTe.. Oakland.
NEW antoa tor hire at aU hours day and night:
: reduced rates. $4 per hour. Expert repairing a
specialty by expert of 15 years* experience Id
European factories. Panhandle of park. NE.
cor. ) Fell and Ashbory sts. E. P. 3LOSSON,
Phone West, 6BBs.
BGICK: baurains lo 1907 ne— ran*boar!«; t a!**
several snaps In guaranteed second hand tour-.
In? cars and runabout*.
HOWARD AUTO COMPANY. -
Phone ' Market 1536. 489 Golden Gate a*.
IMMEDIATE dvliTeries; Pullman tonrlnar cars
and Cameron runabouts: also bargains in sec-
ond hand machines. F. O. RENSTROM CO..
424-446 Stanyaa *t.
FOR sale— 'o7 I passeflger car. 60 Horsepower;
almost new; repairing a specialty. Make offer
at, Crescent Garage. 707 McAllister *t
i FOR sale — SeTeral ' second hand automobilM. all
I Id gtMxl coadlt— n. at a bargaia. Valencia
.Garage, 611 Valencia st. . \u25a0 -.
AUTOMOBILE auction today at 1 p. m. at 204
Telegraph . aT.. Oakland. I. A. MUNRO. Auc-
tioneer. -
AUTOMOBILE palntiag: first class work guar-
»nteed. A. g. LATTIMORE. 616 Turk tt.
PACIFIC STATES AUTO SCHOOLS now open.
.253 Golden Gate aT. TeL Franklin 3213.
DOW coils: best by test: prices reduced. L. HI
; & B. I. BILL. 132 Valencia st.
19f>7 PACKARD, with equipment far sale. Koom
2. ifCTI Flllmore ft.'
ADOPTION,
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fants adopted. : DR. EMILfi FU.VKE. 141S
- Bth st.. Alameda. f
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ANGLE LAMPS best lamps for readlaeT^OE^CH'
; -LAMP CO.. Coast Agents. 11.T3 Milton st."
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