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Twenty=third Infantry Marches
From Transport to Ferry and
Entrains in Oakland .
Officers Ordered to Presidio to
Take Examinations for
The Twenty-third infantry, which ar
rived from the Philippines on Wednes
*ay morning, only had a short stay
in town, as last night the regiment
!oft x the transport dock at 5 o'clock
:md. marching down Embarcadero !
ureet to Market street, boarded the
erry and were landed at Oakland
»>ole. There they found two special
trains awaiting them to carry them to
their respective posts. The band and
second battalion, in command of
Colonel Alfred C. Sharpe, go to Fort
Bliss. Texas; the first battalion. Lieu
tenant H. H. Xoble, to Fort Mclntosh.
Texas; third baitalion. Major C. H.
Muir, to Fort Clark. Texas.
tn order to get these troops away
last night, after a stay ol less than
::« hours in port, the custom officials
had to put in a lively session. Bag
gage for 900 persons was inspected
and the troops permitted to depart on
General and Mrs. W. H. Carter were
the guests of honor at a dinner given
last night by General and Mrs. Thomas
11. Barry at their quarters at Fort
Mason. General Carter has just re
turned from the Philippines, where he
!ias been in command of the department
of Luzon. During his sojourn in this
city be is the guest of Major George
McK. Williamson.
The following officers registered at
department headquarters yesterday:
Lltenteaant J. K. Hume. Fifth cavalry, from
Honolulu. stayiDg at the St. Francis, en route to
Llenteaant W. H. Clopton Jr., Thirteenth caT
alrj. at the Palace, en route to Washington,
"Lieutenant Georjte H. Wright, Philippine
scouts, at the Grand.
Lieutenant A. N. Tasker, medical officer on
tie transport Sheridan, at the Jefferson.
Lieutenant Maurice Buchebaom, medical corps,
at 1635 Euclid avenue. Berkeley.
Liectenaat E. K. Massee. Seventh infantry,
returned from Manila for treatment at the gen
eral hospital. Presidio.
Captain Herbert G. Shaw, medical department,
C S. A., etatioaed at Vancouver Barracks, at
:he Presidio hospital.
The following army and navy or
ders -were issued yesterday from
Army orders — First Lieutenant Hart man L.
Butler and Second Lieutenants Lincoln' B. Cham
bers. 'Willis C. Knight, John K. Ellis and
Robert E. M. Goolrtc, coast artillery corps, will
report to Lieutenant Colonel John C. W. Brooks,
roast artillery corps, president of the exam
lag board at the Presidio. San Francisco, for
examination to determine their fiuwss for pro
motion; the board of of fleers appointed to meet
at the Presidio. San Francises, September 1.
190 S. for examination for officers of coast
artillery corps is dissolved. A board of of
ficers to consist of Lieutenant Colonel C. W.
Brooks, coast artillery corps; Lieutenant
Colonel James G. Gleiinan. medical corps;
Majors John W. Riokmau ami Thomaß B.
I^amoreux. coast artillery con*, and Major
William H- Brooks, medical corps, is appointed
to meet at the Presidio for examination of of
ficers of coast artillery corps for promotion.
Captain William P. I'latt, ordnance department,
will proceed to Fort Baker. Fort Barry, Fort
McDowell, Fort Winfipld Scott and Fort Miley.
California, on official business pertaining to in
Navy orders — Passed Assistant Surgeon M. G.
Geiger is detached from th-"- naval hospital,
Msre island, to the navy yard. Mare island. !
San Francisco Records Increase
21.9 Per Cent
California's clearing house cities
make a strong showing for the week
« rding Thursday noon, April 21, ac
i-ording to reports received by the
California development board. San
Francisco made a gain of 21-9 per cent
<• f-r tii»- prime wc-ok of last year, with
lot a! clearings amounting to $46,019
;; '.30. 1-os Angeles makes a good
shJuing, with the clearings amounting
\u25a0• j:S,aiO.S27, an increase of 24.5 per
< ert.
Oakland, as usual, makes the great
. s-t gain in percentage, having an in
cfeiute of Sti.S per rent, with clearings
amounting to $3,229,110.55. San
Diego cleared J1.T27.4T5.45. an increase
..f 15.5 per cent.
Sacramento gained 33.9 per cent,
with clearings amounting to $1,187,
Stockton cleared $539,630.31, an in
crease of 9.2 per cent.
Pasadena cleared $1,024,118.56.
Harbor Board Will Advertise
for Highest Bidder
The harbor commissioners made pre
liminary arrangements yesterday for
leasing seawall lot 7. in the vicinity of
Lombard street wharf, to the Western
Pacific for 25 years. The Western Pa
cific took over the Cornwall lease,
which expires next October. As the
railroad company wishes to use the
rpe.ee for yard purposes it was neces
sary to make a new lease.
A* tlie etate mutt lease to the hijjh
crt bidder, lot 7 will be advertised in
tb« usual iray-
The- board directed the secretary to
collect 530 from the Southern Pacific
company for damage done to ferry slip
4 by the steamer Berkeley April 17. and
$80.83 from the Whltelaw wrecking
company for a stick of timber taken
\u25a0without permission from the bulkhead
between Beale and Main streets.
Bill* amounting to $23,928.08 were
ordered paid.
Assets Scheduled at $12,980.30,
Liabilities $33,396.68
A petition in bankruptcy was filed
by Little & Walpert, owners of a lum
ber mill at 547 Brannan street, yester
day In the United States district court.
Their assets are scheduled at f 12.950.32,
with 133.556.68 liabilities.
John G. Kenney, an Oakland black
smith, filed a petition. His liabilities
are scheduled at $2,883.01 with $753
Involuntary action in bankruptcy was
commenced against Carl Shirek & Co.
by John F. Wagner and Satie B. Dan
iels of New York.
Lincoln-Roosevelt Republicans
Make Significant Move
[Special Ditpatch to The Call]
PKTAL.UMA, April 21. — At an enthu
siastic meeting of the IJncpln-Roose
v'elt republican league last nig-ht an
important official action of the club
ivas the passing of a resolution pledg
ing the club to Indorse no candidate
who has not openly indorsed the prin
ciples of the Lincoln-Roosevelt league
and identified himself with its plat-
Miss Kirkpatrick Becomes
Wife of Allan MacDonald
Mrs. Allan Mac Donald.
Ceremony Planned for April 1 4
Delayed on Account of
Illness of Bride
The wedding of Miss Suzanne Kirk
patrick and Allan Mac Donald that took
place yesterday afternoon at the Fair
mont was one of 'the simple affairs of
the season, but none the less impor
tant. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Pius, Murphy, a relative of the
Ksrkpatrick family, and none but mem
bers of the family were present at the
pretty service. The bride was given
in marriage by her father. Colonel J. C.
Kirkpatrick. She wore a traveling suit
and was unattended.
There was an informal wedding sup
per after the ceremony that took place
at 5 o'clock. The bride's table was dec
orated with American beauty roses and
among those at the table were Colonel
and Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Kenneth Mac Do
nald and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mac Do
nald Jr.
The young couple left last evening
for the southern part of the state,
where they will pass their honeymoon
before returning here to reside.
The wedding that took place last
evening was to have been an event of
April 14 and several hundred cards were
out- On account of the illness of the
bride, who has been suffering from an
attack of jaumlice, the invitations were
recalled. The ceremony last evening
was without any of the elaborate ap
pointments that had been originally
The bride is the only daughter of
Colonel and Mrs. Kirkpatrick and one
of the most attractive of the group of
debutantes. She has been the incentive
for many entertainments during the
Entire Change of Program Made
for Concert Tonight
The Flonzaley quartet will give its
second concert tonight at the Novelty
theater, as the Garrick is occupied by
the Burton Holmes travelogues.
No musical organization that has vis
ited this city has ever won the hearts
of music lovers as quickly as this
quartet of string players.
The program tonight will be:
Quartet. B flat major fßwthorcn); adajlo from
"Aus mi*nen LfUen" (Sniftana) : scheree from
the quarrel in D minor (Max Regor>;« quartet
Id D major (Haydn).
Seats are on- sale at Sherman, Clay
& Co.'s until 5:30 p. m. and after .7 at
the theater's box office.
• The farewell concert will be given
Sunday afternoon, April 24, at the Gar
rick theater with an entire change of
Dancing Club Completes Its
Plans for Annual Gathering
Arrangements for the annual ball of
the original Gaelic dancing club have
been completed, and the affair, which
will be given in the Auditorium on the
29th inst., will be for the benefit of the
athletic association of Sacred Heart
The athletic meet, which will be
called at 8 p. m., will be participated
In by the Olympic club, Swedish-
American club, Catholic colleges and
League of the Cross Cadets, and will
precede the ball. Mayor McCarthy will
award the prizes of the meet. " .\.
The grand march, after the athletic
program, will be led' by J. P. Kelleher.
The undersigned would take charge
of a party for a trip through the orient.
Have been employed by . the . Japanese
government teaching English. for, 'some
time. I can easily secure economies
that will save my charges.]" I -will
for $50 a -month.' Berkeley references:
Rev. Father McKinndn, pastor of the
Alcatraz Roman Catholic church; . Rev.'
Earl M.' Wilbur, Hillcrest road. .
Address Col. G. W.Turner, 2642 Ban
croft way,. Berkeley, CaL ...
Petition of Property Owners Is
Granted by the Police
At the meeting of the police com
missioners yesterday afternoon -Attor
ney Kelly presented the following pe
tition, signed by Archbishop Riordan,
the Realty and Rebuilding company.
Real property investment company, R.
S. Browne, the Proctor realty company,
the Sheridan Proctor company. Ridge
way realty company, T. G. Crothers,
G. T. Pearce, Charles Schlessinger,
Gas consumers' association, Edward
B. Hindes, S. Silverberg estate com
pany and Samuel Knight: '.-'.
We, the uudprxl^ncd owners of property
along the line of Taylor street from Eddy to
Geary and O'Farreli street to Stockton, re-
Kpeetftilly petition your honorable board to
eliminate them- blocks from the district re
cently sot aside where dam-ins is allowed
in cafes where liquors are cold. We call
your attention to the Tact that these blorks
are not now occupied for these purposes and
are not likely to be." i Inasmuch, however,
as they are contained in the above mentioned
district, the undersigned owners feel their
properties have been depreciated.
The following resolution was
adopted: "Resolved, that this board
will grant no permits to conduct com
bination" saloons and restaurants
where dancing ".will be allowed in
Taylor street between Eddy and Geary,
and in O'Farrell street between Mason
and Stockton streets."
Corporal Jeremiah F. Dinan being
next in line was promoted to the posi
tion of sergeant.
Sleeper at Hotel Is Robbed by
His Roommate
Edward Murrey, a miner, Hying at
the St. Justin house, 122 Eighth street,
was held up, robbed and struck on the
head with some blunt instrument"- by
two men in Eighth street near Mission
early yesterday morning. His gold
watch and chain and $4.50 were taken
from him.
~A. L. Piper, American hotel> accuses
his roommate, George Henderson, of
stealing from his pockets while he was
asleep Wednesday night a gold watch
valued at $100 and $15.
Thomas Tossau of the steamer Peck
ton, while talking to. a girl in the Mon
tana house, 561 Pacific street, Wednes
day night, was relieved of a purse con
taining $50. -
A burglar entered the drug store of
George Frisbee, 1200 Potrero avenue,
but was scared away by Policeman R.
Majburg early yesterday, morning.
Arthur J. Watson was arrested yes
terday for breaking into rooms at 905
Howard, street and' stealing jewelry,
which was recovered.
Bachelor Fruit Dealer Victim of
Pretty Woman's Wink
When a jury in Police Judge Deasy's
court yesterday- morning acquitted T.
Lazzarechi, fruit*: dealer, 1442 Forty
eighth avenue, of a charge of Celling
liquor without a license, the Judge said
it was very, wrong, in ;his;opinioh, for
the police department to - employ a
pretty young woman to induce men to
violate , the law/; ; ,*\u25a0 ; \u25a0 ;. ••; , .--,-
. The -woman- referred to .was Mrs.
Madeline -dej Arcy, .who testified that
she went to the defendant's fruit' store
and asked him to fill a silver flask with
whisky, which he did; charging her 25
cents. ., .'. . .. : . .-". ". \u25a0•.-; ; : , ; / \u25a0-• \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0. ;. .;
. "I admit that I sold -her the' liquor,^
said Lazzarechi,' <Vbut? I J am*;an/unmar
ried . man, and when a -pretty.^ woman
like Mrs. de Arcy winked. at me"l could
not 'resist V the temptation • to oblige
her.". \u0084 ... ,:;\ \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0 ./, • . -
charge of exhibiting a deadly, weapon preferred
by: James N. Ross,', collecting". agent, against
Jfhn Hoff of the . Cambridge > apartments. 020
Pine \u25a0 street, Hoff yesterday • procured > warrants
• for "the arrest- of Ross< and ' Mrs .;; Cordelia w L.
Ford for taking ; po*><pssion '\u25a0 of ;\u25a0 the Cambridge
apartments by, force and violence."'. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-- •/-.\u25a0\u25a0
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"Votes for Women" Club De
clines to Give Information
Concerning Members
With fully 90 per cent of San Fran
cisco's population already accounted
for by Uncle Sam's census enumerat
ors, the work of Supervisor- George B.
Baldwin and his army of assistants has
simmered down to gathering in the
floaters, putting the ,thumbscrews on
the stubborn and endeavoring by every
sort of scheme to see that not a single
individual rightfully calling this city
his home escapes the count.
Baldwin yesterday unearthed a new
source of trouble at the headquarters
of the Votes for Women club, 315 Sut
ter street. -He received a report that
Miss, Selina" Solomons," the president,
and Mrs. Francesca Pierce, the secre
tary, had refused to fill out the blanks
left at the house by the enumerator
and had denied all requests for in
formation. The attitude taken by the
Sfticers of the organization was that
the census could only be an approxi
mate count, at the best, and that they
doubted the advisability of a' govern
ment expenditure of $15,000,000 to ob
tain only "approxmiate" information.
As a means of settling the mooted
question, a meeting of the Votes for
Women club has been called for Mon
day to discuss and consider the matter.
This, however, did not appeal, to Su
pervisor Baldwin, who promptly issued
an order to the particular enumerator
to try again and point out the penalty
for refusal to comply with the de
mand. . ,
Between 5,000 and 6,000 individuals,
principally sailors, fishermen and sea
faring men, reached paradise yesterday.
"Paradise" is the census office name for
a box into which are put the records
of those who are "saved," and in cen
sus parlance any one is saved whose
record is secured In spite of a tem
porary absence from home.- .
One enumerator of Baldwin's staff is
breaking all record 3 for labor required
to earn 3 cents. That is the sum
allowed for each name listed. The
particular enumerator found one
woman who, rather than give the in
formation demanded, moved from the
hotel in which she was living. The
enumerator followed her and she moved
again. He telephoned to headquarters
and received a brief' instruction to
"keep after her." *The woman has
moved four times in three days and the
census taker is still -on her trail.
- The greatest trouble in securing
names is still in the hotels
and apartment houses and in the cheap
lodging houses.
Witness Tells of Call for
"Dodie" After Suit Began
It" seems after all ' that "Jimmie"
Dunphy docs get drunk sometimes, not
withstanding testimony as to his so
briety given in Judge Seawell's court
by witnesses for the defense in Dun
phy's suit for annulment of his mar
riage with "Dodie" Valencia. "William
Magee, better known as "Patsy" Ma
gee, was called in rebuttal yesterday
and stated that June 2S, 1909. the day
the annulment, suit was begun, he
found Dunphy helplessly drunk, lean
ing against a wall at. Market and
Sixth streets.
. "He said .he was' all In," testified
Magee, Vand told me. to take h^m to the
St. Francis or some other good hotel.
I took him .to my mother's hotel at
Sixth and Howard. He kept calling for
drinks and asking me to get Dodie."
About 40 lotters written by Dunphy
on business were introduced by Mrs.
Dunphy's lawyers. The trial will be
resumed Monday.
Divorces wore granted yesterday as
By Judgo Mogan — Mayhelle Hatch
from John Hatch, desertion; Emma
Hammer from Frank 11. Hammer, de
Suits for divorce were begun yester
day by:
Bessie I. Groves against George F.
Groves, willful neglect.
Oscar Lazansky aguinst Mabel R. L.a
zansky, desertion.
• Lillian Killendale against Sefred Kil
lendale, cruelty.
Meta C. Otis against Leonard J. Otis,
Minnie Schoff against Charles Schoff,
Denies He Was Present at On
Yick. Tong Meeting
The proceedings in the trial yesterday
of Jew Bock Hew, charged with the
murder of Yee-Foon Wo, were devoted
by the defense to proving an alibi for
Tong King Chong, the head of the On
Tick tong. According to testimony in
troduced by the prosecution Tong King
Chong was at a meeting of the tong at
6:40 the evening of November 2, the
date of the shooting, ami instructed
Jew Bock Hew to shoot Yee, Foon Wo.
Tong King Chong testified that he
remained at his home, corner of Kear
ny and Sacramento streets, the entire
day, and was not at the tong meeting.
Similar testimony was given by Mrs.
Tong King Chong and by Lum Shu,
her mother.
Other witnesses testified that Tong
King Chong was at hi 3 home from 4
o'clock that afternoon until about 5:40
and at another building until 6:30
SUES S. P. FOR $50,000
Matthew Wilson Testies That
Engi ne Carried No Light .
The trial :of a 550,000. damage, suit
instituted against the Southern Pacific
by Matthew Wilson was begun fester
day before Judge Cabaniss. Wilson
was crossing the railroad track at San
Pablo, , in Alameda county, at 5:30
o'clock the evening of November 15,
1907, when he was knocked down by a
train. Both his legs were crushed and
had to be amputated.
Wilson testified .that the engine car
ried no headlight.ldid not whistle as it
approached the crossing and was trav
eling at great speed.
.Wilson is represented by-Charles M.
Fickert; the , district attorney, \ and
James F.,Brennan. Stanley Moore ap
pears for the company. .
.'Beginning at 5:30 : o'clock " Saturday
afternoon ; anJ -continuing ion • Sunday
morning Ithe1 the Passover services will be
held at' thelTemple Israel: at the corner
of Calif ornia and VWcbster. streets. The
sermon 'will be preached' by : Rev.' Jacob
Nieto, while. Cantor ,'; Benjamin Lieder?
man will {preside over a special serv
ice,- which he: has;, arranged for the oc-.
casiori and which ,will ; be sung by an
augmented choir.
Cook,' Fta. 1*;1 * ; D...- of., .Trinity Episcopal church,
\u25a0 will delWer his -lecture on- "Ben 1 Hur,V,.lllus
' I trated "by stcreopticon j riews i taken from s the
play, at All , Saints' » guild ha 11,.. Waller i street
near Masonic, avenue, this cvculng, April 22, at
\u25a0'* 8 o'clock. .Admission 25 cents." \u25a0:\u25a0{- , ..
Oakland Prisoners Identified as
Men Who Traveled Toward
Contra Costa Line
Continued from Page t
the two "pals" who dwelt in the de
serted Frazier farm house, who stole
dynamite at Alhambra valley and who
disappeared the night of the crime.
The identification by the trolley car
men connects Hanson and Franklin
with the Martinez suspects and Is.re
garded by the, police as in large part
confirming the theory that four men in
stead of two planned the robbery and
executed the escape, , as was printed
exclusively in The Call this morning.
"I think there can now be no doubt
that four men committed the crime,"
said Captain Petersen. \u25a0-
Carmen's Visit Was Secret
"The plausible explanation is that
when Hanson and Franklin made their
trips to Contra Costa county through
Berkeley they were planning the rob
bery and were not only studying the
geography to plan an escape, but were
in conference with their pals in the
farm house. I have obtained the car
men's identifications secretly, and must
refuse to divulge their names for im
portant reasons. That phase of the in
vestigation'must be carried further."
Frank de Pue, the Bertillon and finger
print expert at San Quentin, took the
finger prints of Hanson and Franklin
and was given copies of their Bertillon
measurements prepared yesterday by
Detective Harry Caldwell.
De Pue will compare these., finger
prints with those obtained in Contra
Costa county on abandoned articles
and in the engine cab. The police ex
pect that Franklin's and Hanson's
prints will tally with those made by
the robbers' oily hands on the engine
cab interior; that possibly their prints
will correspond with some on the mail
bags; but that the prints will not be
those of the men who occupied the
Frazier farmhouse and who stole the
dynamite from McNamar»'s store at
Alhambra valley.
Records to Be Searched
With the prints taken, De Pue has
the. finger markings of all four robbers.
These he will trace back through the
prison records in\ the hope that Han
son's and Franklin's records will be
unearthed either in this state or in the
east, and that possibly the Martinez
suspects will be Identified through pic
But even though the Martinez sus
pects make good their escape, Hanson
and Franklin will certainly go to trial.
They will be closely questioned as soon
as the authorities have put into shape
the evidence already 6btained.
Postal Insepctor Helps
Postofnee Inspector Madeiros was in
conference with Captain of Detectives
Petersen this, morning. At the end of
their talk Petersen said:
'•Inspector Madeiros has done valu
able work in obtaining some very im
portant facts. What these are I may
not tell, as it is government informa
tion; but I can say that our case
against the prisoners is far stronger
now than it was yesterday. And we
had something of, a case yesterday."
It. has been learned that the federal
sleuths had discovered that Hanson and
Franklin were seen heading, toward
Benicia' the day preceding the robbery,
or Saturday, April 16. This confirms
the "four men" theory, for at the same
hour the Martinez suspects were seen
near their temporary abode in the
Frazier farmhouse.
The police have been unable to. find
Hanson's and Franklin's room. They
suspect that the pair lodged together
because the prisoners tried to make the
police believe that they were strangers.
This has been disproved, an.l the police
can find only one motive in the lie —
that the suspects have stuff hidden in
some lodging. Until today it was sup
posed the men stayed in San Fran
cisco, but their presence in Berkeley
early in the mojnlngs preceding the
train robbery indicates- that they lived
on this side of the bay.
Denies Action Comes as Result
of Brownsville Riot
WASHINGTON. April 21. — Captain
Edgar A. Macklin of the Twenty-fifth
infantry has-been ordered to.his home
for retirement in August. Though
Captain Macklin was one of the officers j
who commanded the troops of the I
Twenty-fifth Infantry who were in
volved in the Brownsville riot, it was
stated at the war department that his
retirement has absolutely no connec
tion with that incident. He has-been
ill for a long time.
Certicate Issued by. Comptroller
of Currency
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
WASHINGTON, April* 21.— The comp
troller of the currency today issued
a certificate authorizing the' First na
tional bank of Richmond to commence
business' with a capital of $100,000.
Clinton E. Worden Is president, E. A.
Gowe vice president and Charles J.
Crary cashier.
Good Cheer
Wins Friends
There is good cheer and
comforj: in a saucer of
with cream and-s*ugar
The crisp, appetizing fluf-
fy bits have a fascinating]
"toastie" flavour that puts
one- in a happy mood,; and
"The Memory Lingers"
; Ask Grocer
. • Postum: Cereal; Company -Ltd..
Battle Creek,' Mich.
I BB« Confidence of the Public Is
By ordering one. suit worth $35.00 or more I will give you
an extra SUIT or OVERCOAT worth $30.00.
The only house in California making such an offer that is
bona fide. In the 25 years I have been in business in this city
I have never made a suit for less than $30.00.
768 Market St. Phelan Block
No Branch Stores ! - - Established 1835
. OPEN TO 7:30 SATURDAY 10 P. M.
£[email protected] \f\ f\l HE^Il are still a large
liiiilh& U I*^ number in San Francisco
11111181 @& fill who associate living on the
ll&ilii&iiii US peninsula with tig incomes
IlPiiiSiilii iHI anc^ P oor train service.
|\^^^^ II The fact is that 90fo of the
|||a homes down the peninsula
IB irr^ belong to people with
moderate incomes. The service on the other-
hand is just twice as fast as it is to towns across
the bay. For example:
The distance to San LcanJro Is 15 2-3 miles; time 57 minute* *
The distance to Easton is the same, tut tne time 27 minutes
And you get to the city and to your business in
27 minutes. How long does it take you to cross
the bay on foggy mornings?, . - . .
As to the country, everyone admits it is tne
most beautiful, available for ideal suburban
homes and the climate such as . to nave attracted
the wealthiest class years • ago.' A
home site on easy terms— f
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•"\u25a0 p * 2200 FILLMORE STREET , •
1 " Tremayne's Branch \u2666
Christian's Branch " " f
1 - Jackson's Branch '- v > *
. Halliday's Stationery. Store f
International Stationery Store ?
* Maas' Bazaar. Tel. Mission 2233 f
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