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Fighting Bulgarians Take More Outposts of Adrianople
EUROPE VIEWS
WITH AWE RISE
OF NEW POWER
Union of Slav and Greek a
Nettle That Nations May
Hesitate to Touch
progress, but I am forbidden to say
more."
HEAVY F!GHTING
AT ADRIANOPLE
< ■ iXSTAXTIXOPLE. Oct. 26.—Accord
ing to official information a big battle
has been proceeding ail day to the
MMfe of Kirk-Kilisseh. Th* Bulgarians
have been attempting a turning move
ment in the neighborhood of Visa to
the southeast of Kirk-Kilisseh.
Turks Claim a Victory
LONDON , , Oct. 26.—The Turkish army
lias gained a great victory, according
to a news agency dispatch from Con
stantinople, wftich says the official an
nouncement was issued there at 6:40
o'clock this evening. No details are
given a* to the time or place.
CLAMES RAVAGE
EESIEGED CITY
SOFIA, Oct. 26, 6:40 a. m.— A portion
of the town of Adrianople has been set
on fire by the Bulgarian artillery, ac
cording to private dispatches received
The Bulgarian troops have taken the
iig forts of Matis, Havaras and
Sufilar. lying to the north and north
east of the city, auJ aJso have captured
a railroad station in the extreme out
skirts of the town. Eighteen hundred
prisoners have fallen into their hands.
The tn prisoners who arrived here
5 esterday from Mustapha Pasha were
captured in some of the smaller towns
taken by the Bulgarians. The entire
absence of Turkish officers among the
prisoners captured at Kirk-Kilesseh is
much commented on, as the first re-
ports were that the whole garrison had
been fekoi.
The Bulgarian army is reported to be
advancing along the whole front, and
a dispatch to the government organ,
Mir, says tiie Turks are retreating iv
n panic, while the civilian population
Is fleeing? toward Constantinople.
The village ot Kotchavi was captured
by t:ie Bulgarians at the point of the
»t after severe flgfettng yesterday.
j "SKUP FALLS
AND TURKS FLEE
By PAUL LAMBETH
{Special C«ifc to fU Call]
LONDON. Oct. US. —The Turks aban
doaei Uskuk today after a fierce as
sault by the combined forces of Srrvia
and Bulgaria, following 14 hours" bom
bardment. The city capitulated at 1
"clock this aftprnoon, according to a
dispatch from. Sofia.
Three thousand prisoners were taken.
Both sides lost heavily in killed and
wounded.
The crown prince of .Servia led one of
the brigades which stormed the forts of i
Tschesdra. an outskirt of the city,
around which the hottest part of the
fighting occurred. This suburb Is built
"n a hill and it was defended by the
heavy Krupp guns recently placed by
the Turkish artillery chiefs as a prep- j
aration for war. The shells fired from
the guns did much damage among , the
assailants, the aim of the Turkish gun
ners being excellent.
OPENS WAY TO SALOMK \
The capture of Uskok opens th« way
to Monastir and Salonika. »nd narrows
the theater of war considerably. The
Servian generals will force Ihe fighting
to Salonika, hoping to anticipate the ad
\ance of the Greeks upon that city.
The surrender of Uskok was reported
officially at Belgrade at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Abdullah Pasha, the most
intrepid of the Turkish field marshals,
is concentrating every available dlvl
at Eski Baba commanding the
bank of the Ergene river and
trunk road to Constantinople.
Muhktar Pasha and Mahmoud Muhk
.' asha. his son. are co-operating
ihe former governor of Albania,
* Is expected that the decisive bat
tle of the war in Thrace will be fought
at this point.
The suburbs to the north of Adrlan
ople and across the banks of the Aiar
itza from the city proper are in the
I'snds of the Bulgarian besiegers who
are keeping up an Incessant bombaxd
meat
The bazaars tn the mercantile quarter
i aught fire from the explosion of many
shells this forenoon. It is feared that
the will spread througrh the en
tire lower pert of Adrianople.
TURKS MAY KVACXATE CITY
The Turks are believed to be prepar
if># to "withdraw the divisions now
ooped up in Adrianople and concen
trate at Eski Baba if a sortie In force
expected 10 be made tonight fails to
(Helodge the Bulgarians from the com
manding p<>eitions now held by Ferdi
r!«ind'» arfnj .
Scutari is likely to fall into the hands
of the Montenegrins at any moment, as
Taraboseh, the hill fortress which com
mands the city, has been surrounded
and is being rendered untenable. The
Montenesrrin artillery is now playing
on ihe fort, preparatory to an attack
tha bayonet tomorrow.
The Greeks advanced 40 miles fur
tnto Thessaly today. Crown
Prince Oonstantine hopes to effect a
junction with the Serbo-Bulgarian
between Vodena and Dairan.
Advices from Stranja state that the
San.iak of Novi bazaar, part of old
.. is to be proclaimed a Servian
province tomorrow. This statement, Jf
true, is certain to precipitate inter
national complications. It is the terri
tory which Austria covets, adjoining
the possessions of Bosnia and Herze
govina.
From St. Petersburg , comes a tele
grara claiming to be an official repre
sentation of the Russian view alleging
that Europe will put a stop to the
Balkan war within the coming week.
The likelihood of complications em
broiling England and the other powers
■was given significant confirmation in a
sensational announcement just issued
from the admiralty by orders of Winton
Churchill, after a meeting with the
cabinet.
Class A f Britiih royal naval reserves.
TURKS DRIVEN TO WALL BY ALLIES
LONDON" Oct. 26. The swiftness and efficiency of the onward movement of the armies
of the allied Balkan states is making Europe open its eyes. From the north and all along the
line from Greece qr the south they arc crowding: back the boundaries of the Ottoman empire in
Europe, The often predicted and long t,a y when the Turk wi,l nave h »s back against the
wall seems at hand.
The two pivotal points of Turkey's defense on the north were Adrianople and Uskup. The
Bulgarian army in the east has defeated fefefci Turks at Kirk-Kiiisseh, which is the strongest out
post of Adrianople, and appears to have almost invested that fortress.
The Servian annv iv the west occupied lUkup at 2 o clock this afternoon after hard fighting.
The Turkish garrison' there withdrew on the railway toward Saloniki. How far it intends to re
treat, and why. are questions.
is warned to Bμ in readiness for an ]
immediate ..-all for service with the I
fleet. This affects HO.•><)<) officers and
men in the British mercantile marine,
irulutfing thoso tu-rving on tlie Cunard
and other ships of the "war auxiliary
fleet." Such a call is npver issued ex
cept under th« most alarming circum
stances: in other words, when war
with some first class power or combina
tion of first class powers is deemed in
evitable.
Turks Admit Uefeat
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 26.—Tt Is'
announced hert the Turks suffered a
severe defeat at I'skup, which was. cap
tured today by the Servians.
TURKISH LOSSES
1 HEAVY IN EPiRUS
ATHENS. Greece, Oct. 26.—The
losses of the Greek army in the battle
at. the pass of Sarandapore. in Eplrus,
totaled IS officers and 16» soldiers
killed. 40 officers and 1,037 men!
wounded.
The Turkish losses were very heavy.
The civilian papulation in Macedonia j
is striken with panic ami many of the |
families are emigrating to Egypt.
DULGARS FIGHT
D WITH VENGEANCE
LONDON. Oct. 26.—The military crit
ics are asking: how many men Turkey
has in Adrianople and liovr long they
will be able to withstand a siege. There
is a preneral belief that if the Bulgar
ian investment is completed and rail
way communication with Constanti
\ nople cut the Turks will be starved
t out within a month.
The Balkan allies up to the present
have had all the best of the fighting
Lα their war against the Turks, so far
as can be gathered from the official
reports, the majority of which come
from According to
these they are Viishing their advantage
in every direction.
The Bulgarians, since their victory
at Kirk-Kilisseh. have be«en perfect
ing their lines of investment around
the fortified city of Adrianople. They
have taken positions to the north, the
northwest and the southwest of the
city, and are now buay strengthening
their lines to the northeast.
Some of the sh*lls they have thrown
into the city have, it is reported, caused
se;ious fires.
The Turkish army, which was de
feated at Kirk-Kilisseh did not fall
back upon Adrianople. according to
to<fciy'& news, but took the road to the
south, where it could connect with the
raiFway to Constantinople. The bec
ond Bulgarian army followed, through
the .mountains carrying on the figrit
ail d!ay in an endeavor to cut off the
retreaiting forces.
One brigade of this army Is re
ported to have reached the city of
Visa, wjienoe it may threaten the Turk
ish geaond liiu- of defense at L»ule
Burgas and also the communications
between Adrianople and Constantino
ple.
Military experts tfere consider this
movement of the Bulgarians a daring
and perilous adventure, leaving oppor
tunities for counter strokes which the
Turkish generals are not likely to over
look.
A dispa.rch from Stara Zagora today
places the number of Turkish prison
ers taken by the Bulgarians at Kirk-
Kiiieseh at 2,000 men, excluding desert
ers. The woimded are reported to be
suffering terribly owing to lack of sur
gical appliances and tfcie Incomplete
equipment of the field hospitals.
The Servians, assisted in the south by
the Bulgarians. )i;>ve obtained posses
sion of the Turkish wagon road skirt
ing the frontier from the tow-n o.f Novj
pazar to Kumanova, and have occupied
Usktip, which was abandoned by the
Turka without much resistance.
The fighting in thf western, war area
is of the hardest kind all alo/ij? the line
and the .losses sustained by both
armies mlist hay» been enormous.
The Montenegrin generals report the
capture of further towns in tihe district
of Kovipaxar and the taking of a town
near Tarakoech. from which they can
throw oh-!ls into the- fortress of Scu
tari.
Tarakoseii If being attached from
three sides with 62 field guns, according
to a special dispatch from AntfA-ari. The
Greek troops now control the two main
roads leading from the frontier
and they are advancing toward the
Turkish fortresses of Satoniki. Six
hundred Turkish prisoners taken by th«
Greeks have arrived at on their
way to Greece.
TURKS ACCUSED
1 OF SAVAGE DEEDS
BELGRADE, Oct. Sβ, — It was offi
cially announced tonight that the spoils
captured at Kumanova included 55 field
guns, Xix mountain guns and six max
ims, quantities of ammunition and
stores and two aeroplanes.
At Si- nitza the Servians captured I|
big guns and four maxims. Forty
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THK SAN FRANCISCO CULL. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1912.
thousand Turks w*» engaged in the
fighting in this district. They are ac
cused of massacrin* *nany- wonien ana
elTiUlren before they l«k?t the town.
The most prominent £I#* inhabitants
were imprisoned, but »ere rescued by
the first Servian soldier;* who^ntered.
A body of 500 Arita\»'s and Turks
raised their white caps v»\i the.ir bayp- j
nets as a sign of surrender and the
Servian commander gave 'ihe order to
dhumi liring. When the Si*»'vlane were
within 15 paces the enemy opened fire,
whereupon the Servians charged and
killed them at the point of bayonet.
DOWERS ALL
r AGOG OVER WAR
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LONDON, Oct. X.—France and Bus* la
are burning tb/« cables tonight trying
to end the Balkan war. Intervention %
practically determined upon. The new*
triple alliance—P-Ingland, France an4
Russia—seeks to draw Austria into an
agreement to preserve the status quo
in the near east. Count Boychtold is
fighting for time, but is eald to be
secretly determined to join the Balkan
confederation in the final destruction
of Turkey in Europe. The attitude of
Germany and Italy creates uneasiness.
The wonderful success of the allies
has completely upset European and
diplomatic calculations.
London and the ministers of the pow
ers are more interested—absorbed to be
more strictly correct —in the revolution
threatened to the geography of the near
east than in the movements of the con- j
tending armies and the strategical
problems of the rival commanders.. The
Turk is beaten. The Balkan allies have
not merely knocked the Ottoman em
pire into a much cocked hat —they have
swept off the table the carefully laid
plans of Grey, Zasonoff, Bahman-Hol
weg and Berchtold.
ERROR I-V CALCULATION
These plans made before the actual
outbreak of hostilities were all based
upon the calculations of the powers
that the Turk would win in the long
run.
The German chancellor is said to
have doubted the likelihood that the
Balkan kings would be able to achieve
anything worth recording as a real vic
tory on Turkish soil. He even figured
that Servia and Bulgaria would be
forced to act on the defensive within
the first three or four days of the fir
ing of the opening shot. None of the
other ministers of foreign affairs
thought for a moment that the Turkish
military establishment would be shat
tered by such a succession of rude
shocks.
Even Count BerchtoM of Austria, wbo
has been flirting with Sofia and Cettinje
for the last 18 months, seems to have
based his policy of evasion and politic
persuasion upon the assumption that
the Balkan armies would be routed by
the pashas in the first decisive pitched
battles, that the Greeks would fail to
offer a dangerous diversion in Thessaly
and Janina. and that these allies, fear.
ing extinction at the hands of the en
raged Mussulmans, would appeal for
'■ aid from their bigger neighbor, which
• aid would be afforded at a price.
That King Ferdinand has a positive
assurance of Austrian support when
needed is no secret to Downing- street.
But what Sir Edward Grey and M.
! Satanoff would like to know tonight is:
' How far does Austria intend to go In
the face of ethe impossible made actual
—the subjection of the power of the
porte by a handful of third raters,
who*e expostulations and appeals were
smiled at and scoffed at six weeks
ago?
In a frantic eftort to preserve the
status quo in the east before the mili
tary and political equilibrium in thu
I Balkans is utterly destroyed, M. Poin
i caire sent a dispatch of 4,000 words to
! Sir Edward Grey late last night. Grey
j was awakened at J a. in. to read thte
; document. He sat in hie dressing room
j with his private secretary and the per
: nianent secretary of the foreign office
»t Is is town house within a couple of
blocks of the premier's residence.
Special messengers were running be*
tween Asquith and Grey's rooms for
the rematnlng hours before daybreak
and the lights in the foreign minister , *
study remained unextlnguiehed until
the sun shone through the windows.
The messengers were also running at
»intervals to the cable office, filing cipher
dispatches to Paris, St. Petersburg,
Constantinople and Vienna. M. Foin*
oaire takes the view that if interven
tion is to be attempted the attempt
must be made now.
FRANCE WJiAI PROMPT ACTION
"Now or never." is the phrase cred
ited to the French premier. A confer
c-ivv might hope to accomplish some
thing lie points out if it meets before
Turkey is utterly prone.
The French proposal*, known to be
Approved by Russia, stipulate the pre
servatjon of Turkey In Europe and con
nning the allies within their present
territorial limits. Foincaire and Saza
noff are both determined that the map
of the Balkans must "stand pat." The
Question is: "Will it be possible to
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stick to the status quo when the Bal
kan kings are in possession of Mace
donia and Salontki? Who is going to
turn them out if they refuse to leave
the countries which they have con
quered by the fcword?"'
It is admitted Jn diplomatic circles
that the Franco-Russian status quo
theory is unteuiable except by resort to
force. And a reaort to force will cer
tainly mean tl>e outbreak of a general
European war. Germany and Italy have
given the other powers no encourage
ment. Their attitude is regarded as
suspicious even amoag conservative and
cool headed observers.
Thus divided among themselves, that
a conference, if called, will be able, to
outline on the part ot the European
concert a basis of peace ie regarded as
so doubtful as to be almost impossible.
But Grey, Foincaire and Sazanoff cling
to the idea as the last straw avail
able.
On tho view of this situation to
uight the following authorized state
ment made to me by one of the Balkan
ministers in London will be worth con
nin* over. It indicates the determina
tion of ihe Balkan kings to "fight
Vnrepe or« the world if necessary" to
hvld the fruits of their successes in the
fteXd:
Responsible ministers of the
powers of Europe persistently de
clare that they will have some
thing to say as to the future. But
it must be byorne in mind that in
the event of victory the Balkan
states >ill also have something to
say.
It can hardrjr be supposed that
after ene.dding" *ur Wood and ex
pending; the treasury to cave the
Christian people in European Tur
key, we will sit out in the ante
chamber while tJje ministers, who
were deaf to our protests and ap
peals to uae their influence so that
peace coulij have been maintained,
propose n ccHnttneance of the status
quo with aUI the hoarora which
have caused this war.
No! The Balkan sta,tes will de
fend their holy cause) not only
against Turkey, but against Eu
rope, against the whole world, if
need be.
The minister added that Europe
might not grlve ntuch attention to th*
ideas of aspirations of the Balkan
people. "But," said he, "there is a
wonderful eloquence on the 600,000
armed men, trained to the highest
pitch of perfection, resolved to defend
the right. That ia the answer of the
Balkans."
A MERICANS ARE
rt NOT IN DANGER
WASHINGTON, Oct. J26.—The State
department was advised today by the
American embassy at Constantinople
that reports to Ambassador RockhiH
Indicate Americans Iβ th« Interior of
the country are in no danger.
CWINDLERS SEEK
0 TO REAP HARVEST
A statement warning people In atym
| pithy with the Greek cause against un
authorized solicitors for funds to aid
Uie people of Greece has been issued
by Richard de Fontana, the consul of
that nation in Ban Francisco.
The announcement states that no per
son is entitled to collect any funds in
any way whatsoever, except members
of the Hellenic patriotic committee,
with headquarters at 403 Williams
building, and the San Francisco ladies'
Hellenic relief committee, with head
quarters at 603 Golden Gate avenue, or
those appointed by the above mentioned
committees or those authorized by the
consulate.
Contributions may also be sent to the
Italian newspaper l'ltalia.
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GOAT IN DISFAVOR
FOB ISLAND NAME
Native Daughters Oppose Uα*
dignified Title Given to
Historic Landmark
Coo tinned From Pace 17
the government rescind its act In
taking the picturesque name train
Terba Buena island and giving it
the nickname , .
Mrs. M. G. Hill, grand trustee Native
Daughters of the Golden West, and
member of Alta parlor of San Fran
cisco:
I sincerely regret that the federal
geographical board has changed the
name of Yerba Buena to Goat isl
and. The name Ooat island means
nothing, while tfrat of Yerba Buena.
Iso intimately associated with the
first settlement on this beautiful
hay, should remain in perpetuity on
the island. I shall at the next
meeting of my parlor introduce a
resolution petitioning the geo
graphic board to rescind its action
and restoM to San Francisco bay
the name of Yerba Buena inland.
It is a matter which every parlor
of the Native Daughters should
take up, and which all patriotic
California societies should sup
port, as the order is dedicated to
preserving the historic names and
landmarks of the state.
Mrs. Lucy Hammersmith, secretary
Darina parlor of San Francisco:
I surely shall take up thie mat
ter in my parlor. The federal gov
ernnient should not have changed
the name of Yerba Buena island —
at least, without notifying the peo
ple interested, so that a general
discussion of the matter could be
had. The picturesque Spanish
names should be retained. As sec
retary of the 1915 committee of the
Native Daughters of the Golden
West I feel a responsibility for
preserving the historic landmarks
end names of oldtimo California
and will do all in my power to have
the order protest against the action
of the Washington authorities.
Mrs. W. H. O'Brien, Keith parlor:
T always have wanted to own
Yerba island and to beautify It, as
it stands in the bay. If I owned
it no one would change its name to
Goat island, I assure you. The his
toric name should Bo retained. I
Fhall bring the matter to the atten
tion of Keith parlor, which always
has been active in supporting all
measures for the preservation of
landmarks, and I am cure the par
lor will act.
' Miss Genevieve Carroll, Keith parlcr:
SLANDER OX STATE
The name Yerba'Buena Island Is
significant of the old Spanish days
of California. To change the name
of the island to Goat island la as
outrageous as it would be to change
the name of Plymouth rock to Goat
rock. The old Spanish names are
as indigenous to California as are
the old English names to New Eng
land and Virginia. Retain the name
of Yerba Buena; let the island not
be the "goat" of the geographic
board's idea of California nomen
clature.
Mrs. Martha Brandhofer, Sana Soucl
parlor:
Tt is preposterous that the name
of Yerba Buena island should be
changed to Goat Island, and I shall
do my best to interest my parlor in
the movement to have the historic
Spanish name restored.
Mrs. Bessie Kohn, Darina parlor;
eeeretary of the committee having In
charge the restoration of Mission
Dolores cemetery:
I believe that the geographic
board should resVore the name of
Yerba Buena Island, as that harks
back to the early days of San
Francisco and has the breath of the
old spirit of our country In lte
very name. _
KERN COUNTY PROPOSES
$3,000,000 ROAD BONDS
Plans Call for 400 Miles of Per
manent Highways
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
BAKEBSFIEL.D, Oct. 26.—At a maae
meeting today attended by representa
tives from nearly every district, the
plan for bonding the county for $3,000,
--000 to build a system of permanent
county roads was unanimomly ap
proved. Petitions asking the super
visors to call a bond election were put
in circulation.
The supervisors ar* favorable to the
project. The system as planned calls
for about 400 miles of roads and will
connect Bakersfield with every town of
any ilze and nearly every farming com
munity in the county.
The supervisors will appoint a high
way commission to engage expert road
builders.
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dence at 1160 Bryant street at 2 o'clock this
afternoon, an<l before tbe blaxe was controlled
the house had been damaged to the extent of
$3,000. The occupants of the Campbell place
are Mre. George A. Buffanj and her eon, Mitch
ell Buffutn, a Stanford atudent.
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J* complete and more extensive than
ever.
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Early purchasers will enjoy the
I advantage of an unbroken assort
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fly Purchases made now may be
reserved for holiday delivery.
Post Street & Grant Avenue
San Francisco
242 Turk St., two blocks from Market |j|
A select family hotel. Class "A ,, M
Wm building, with all modem improve- Si
ments. Elegantly furnished, sunny Eg
■H rooms. Splendid day and night ser- gg
vice. Attractive winter rates on appli- H
cation. American and European plan. W&
Run in connection with the hotel, n
now under the management of MI3S ggj
R. WARD, formerly of JMiss Hamlin's m
I School and Lake Independence Hotel, |B
who will pay special attention to ladies Hj
H| unattended and act as chaperon to B|
young ladies and girls when desired.
HH Cuisine of the finest, and service unsur- mm
HB passed. Breakfast ala carte. Lunch 81
and dinner table d'hote. Prices rea- l||
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The- Social
i- ' - civic Cente*
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HOTEL SVT7ER
SUTTER and KEARNY STS.
Aa np to date, modem hotel of
280 room*, taking the i»!i»ce of
the old Occidental Ilotel and
I4ek Houf,
European Plau. »tJS© per day and up
Take any taxlcab from the ferry at the
expense of the hotel.
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PON HOTEL
1013 FHlmore bet. McAllister aad Golden Oar*—
Elegantly furn. sunny rms. with thoroughly rea
tilated sunny baths and shower rme. attached and
detached; all mod. conren.; Ideal for tourlate asd
country transient; accessible all cars; rate* reaa.
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Granada Hotel
Slitter aad Hyde Street*.
ABSOLUTELY FinE PBOOF
Ten stories of uolicl comfort.
American and European Plan.
Special Rates by the Month. Cuisine
IJneurpaseed. write for Booklets.
WILLIAM H. CHEATHAAt. Mgr.
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HOTEL YON DORN
343 TURK ST.. »ear Jenc» St.
SUMMER RATES.
Turk and Eddy street ear from ferry.
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HOTEL STANFORD
Headquarters for former patrons of the Lick.
Grind end Ruse hotels. ISO rooms with bath.
Bate* $1 * day and up. 250 Kearai st. betweea
Batter asd Bush.
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HOTEL COURT
JUST orEXED
Aβ exclusive family hotel Iα the downtown
•bopping and theater districts.
Rates —European plan, J1.50 and op: Americas .
plan. |8 tad up. Special rate* (or permanent i
gSMte.
Take any tail at depot AT OUR EXPENSB.
JAMES W. PT.ANNEBY. Manager
Bush »t. near Stock too. Sutter 2760.
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IHOTEL TURPINI
Newett and mott popular commercial hotel.
17 POWELL BT. ATXA&KZT. Six stories
of solid comfort; IS first flats eating boa***
within one block. Bat**. $1. 11.30 to tt per i
day. 225 room*; not a dark room la Uβ
house.
F. L. * A W. TURPIK. Prop*, and Mgra,
R»lnf orr>»fl_.Conrret «■ •Jβut ldlß g.
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BALDWIN HOTEL
GRANT AYE. ABOVE BUTTER ST.
First class hotel, located Id heart of shopping
and theater district. Absolutely fireproof, class A. |
building. All outsiu* rooms, each with private
bath. Room with bath, for on* H. far two tt.3o 1
to $2.50 per da*. Special rate for permanent ,
guests.
Take Market *t. car at ferry, or Kesray *t. eat !
at Third and Towaaend at*, aad transfer to Sut
ter.
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HOTEL ARGONAUT
! Society of California Pioneers* Bldg., Fourth st.
mar Market. California* Most Popular Hotel.
[ 400 rooms. -00 bath*. European plan, $1 per
day and up. Dining room seating 500. Table
<THote or a I* Carte dinner, with wine. 75e. SPE
CIAL LUNCHEON EVERT DAT FROM 11.30 ,
a. m. to 2p. m.. 40c. EDWARD BOLKIN. Man
ager. GEO. A. DIXON. Assistant Manager.
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HOTEL.DALE
TURK NEAR MARKET.
Room* wltb detached bath. SI; prtvete bath,
*l.« 0.
Take taxi from ferry at oar expense.
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HOTEL FORSTEB
325 Sntter Bt. near Grant sw.j European; strtct;*
mod. Special rates by wk. $4 up. Spec. rate* by >.
me. $13 up. Rm. wltb b*tb for one $1 up. Car I
from ferry, trans, to Sotter *t. Car 15 or Iβ froe
.Third st. depot, trans, to Sutter and Kearny.
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