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CALIFORNIA
LEADS IN AUTOS
More Gasoline Cars Here
Than Arty Other State
in Union
20,000 MACHINES
SOLD IN 181 DAYS
United States Buyers Spend
More Than $750,000
Daily for Motors
California now. holds the record for
the largest number of gasoline auto
mobiles of- any state In the union.
This state has registered 108,156 ma
chines, and is Tier lh the lead of all Its
slater states. New York In the. regis
tration list '4s .given credit with the
largest number of all classes) pi auto
mobiles solely'-because of -its'-exces
sive'number, of electrics, 5,610, to Cal
ifornia's 4,158.
But even with twice as many elec
trics, the Empire state Is steadily los
ing the -m-otor leaderstp. A large num
ber of'experts are of the belief today
that California Is actually In the lead.
Figures Which, have been carefully
compiled give this state a gain of
20,000 cars from January 31 to July 1.
New York:in that time increased Its
total oni-y S.OOO. New York on July 1
was credltzd with 110,618 cars, a lead
ef only 2%462. .-.
It Is brought out by the experts
who have .co.mpiled the figures that In
the 181 days between January 30 and
July 1 th£. number of cars in use had
Increased '14-7.163, making the grand
total for the United States 1.180,240.
This Increase made a dally average of
SI 3.5 cars. Using $1,000 as the aver
age value, multiplication shows the
daily investment In motor cars was
more -than. f.t50',000.
"Undoubtedly the Golden state rep
resents the grand hope of the auto
Industry •* or the Immediate future,"
comments The Automobile. "Califor
nia does 1 not stand alone as a demon
strator of the growing buying power
of "the .-west, however. lowa, now
ranking as the sixth state In order of
total .registrations, was seventh six
months-.'ago, and Nebraska, rose from
twelfth : to-tenth position. Missouri,
■Wisconsin' 'and Washington show sim
ilar .idvahcjes. .
"With regard to gasoline cars, Cali
fornia'-. Is. undlsputedly in the lead.
This applies to both passenger and
commercial vehicles, and It Indicates
th,c- ißiportarice Of local natural re
■ a art *a for an Industry the products
of which utilize these. This is once
more, shown by the tremendous plu
rality.'of electric-cars in New York
state.. Where,'especially in the north
watern- section, electric power
abounds.'. New York is ahead of Cali
fornia, .however,, in the use of motor
trucks ■•
There 'arc- today 1,0ji5,181 passenger
cars a-ri'd';-80,8."'3' trucks registered as In .
use In' the'Uhlted States: or,; classified
by thfeip rhethoa of motion, 1,122.221
gasoline .and 52,313 .electric vehicles.
Number: -Passenger. 1,095,181: com
mercials," 1,122,221r
electrics, 53j8r8.- '.
GOS S IP.. AXQJTO. "*»AS ROW" .
Fred BOwnrah'. factory representa
tive for the, American cars
for the Pac'ili'c; roast,.'-win depart to.
day for a .tour :©f the.: southern- por-
tion of the state.. He'will visit all-
American agents arid . arrange, a -new
system of '.'.'■'.
t George Osen o£ the'Osen
!anj Attto company;- this city,-writes
to his. office here from'the east, that
the 1914 Empire : car- will be-equipped
with a new starter. . •". •
E. E. Sapdova. of - Fresno and- a
party of friends arrived- In-Saa Fran
cisco yesterday.' '.'•"'.
The Empire car, whjcfe Is making a
test run from l^os"' tArrgeles to this'
city, will arrive- -here today.- " Ar
rangements have been .made by O. C.
McFarland; the }pear -representative,
to have the machine, taken apart for
an engineer's 'examination -.immedl
ttely upon Its arrj'vaL
Leo Nevis, a 'prominent auto agent
from Sacramento. -■ arrived In' this
city this morning. He will make a
. study of local conditions along . gas
row while here..- ■"'
C S. Howard 'of .the Howard : Auto
company, this city, who has. been at
the Portland branch of his firm, will
arrive hero today..- -While, in . the
north Mr. Howafd held'a conference
with the managers.-of ..al-1. the- north
western branches for the Buick and
National cars..-
WARNS OF DOOM BY
NATION'S HIGH LIFE
"The Folly of Repeating Bin. was
the topic ot a sermon delivered yes
terday by Rev. George E- Burlingame
fct the First Bap.tist churclj,. In part
he said: * „ " :
"History teaches- ua certain lessons
tvhlch should save us from- folly if
wo would obey the.m. The prevalence
of luxury and' extravagance and
rensual living the Inevttablo
soom of a na'tlpn. The 'oppression' of
women in fndustry. the cruel and
heartless exploitation of children in
factories and mines and shops, the
practical peonage of labor working
long hours for scant wages; all these
lire forms of human slavery con
fiemned by the bitter and priceless
rxperlence of the nation in the past.
The degradation of women, the pro
lection of toleration of traffic in vice
md in drink, are sins from which the
Itsi c history should divert us, lest we
(.gain break the commandments of
Sod." „ *
PHONE yoin WANTS
To tbe Krening Call. Aak the ojrr
itor for Kearny. H9. Your order ttIII
r*i>»ivf prompt and carefnl attention.
WANTED
Present address of
John H. Gibbons, last
known residence, 909
Yarlpjo street, San
Francisco, previous to
fire, April 18th, 1906.
We have important
information for him.
Advise
Pacific Improvement
Company,
Crocker Building,
San Francisco.
Notice to Call Subscribers
Any former Morning Call subscriber not receiving the
CHRONICLE regularly will please telephone to the
CHRONICLE Circulation Department, Kearny 1041, or Oak
land 218. or send a postal card, and the CHRONICLE will
immediately be delivered.
Publication of the Morning Call was discontinued on
August 31st, and it is important that we have your proper ad
dress in order that the CHRONICLE may be delivered to
you.
Phone Kearny 1041
Oakland 218
Attorney Purges
Self of Contempt
Through the efforts of Claude F.
Purkltt. - district attorney of Glenn
county, the contempt proceeding's
against him In the case of W, J. I
Rogers against A. SMmskt and S. Har
band f6r an acrqiinting of the profits
of the Rogers- ranch near ' Willows,
have been dismissed.'. '•*
Rogers alleged ' that S.umskl and
Harba-nd.violated the. terms of a con
tract under which the three were to
operate the Rogers ranch..-
Shortly after filing suit Rogers peti
tioned for a receiver, and Judge
P !** r' k . Ex*** l New S P° rt Co* 4B New Des'giw in Royal Society Stamped Goods
I rager CaSU jgf The lowest price quoted in San Francisco on these We are now showing a'complete line of the new fail 1913 fJ^
StamnQ kW popular novelty coats. This lot in Shepherd (hp* AO designs in the famous Royal Society stamped package goods.
kJiaiiipa checks. In addition we have many-others JKS-* 70 The assortment includes garments of every description. Fnces |^ eac |y
at §6.98, §9.75 and up to §20. . range from 25< to $1.00.
V W ' I and 30x ( J* >: They are flirtßhed^ with seal.
$25' FaU Suits $19.75
| j/ffl If. V Big Sale for Tuesday ao 1 f Pluck Hats
I jiff if 8 a A very aftractive collection of new fall models. When we say *\ O(Uv wl 1. lUdil A ldlo
vt&gjfl B. W' they are really worth $25.00 we are putting the case very mildly. • _ . »■/* 1
/ $S J TIl<; materials include imported Serges, fancy Kponge, Chiffon ©E f|f| <CfS RIJ anH SttaW
f A?// J Broadcloth and novelty all wool Worsteds in high class pastel •paJ.Wa t^L^B'SP^m/^V!>\
I 7, lr/1 W I shades, as well as the more staple colors. You have your choice
i f £'i ' fl I of plain tailored or fancy trimmed models, two examples of %}># -*#V/ > *y 2T^ffi3^*^^***T>
A' &r\ ijfl;' J which are shown, in the pictures on the left. These suits are Sr*
ft strictly man tailored —this means perfectly finished. Three great opening specials. re- %* V TfiL^^^^W
W M , all of them in exclusive shapes and jJ^k.
. - newest colors. They arc trimmed with JS^^Sjto
w« y wjr JjL — aßßfc fancies of every kind—no two alike. V>/\
Well-Known $5 Corsets $2.95 #f£ iss? £2ssr are of " r,y ].
tunrmnw—.■■i.b—m—4—u—iu A Bftle or discontinued numbers and broken size- J Take this opportunity to become ac- I *~t&yVt "~" / 1
assortment*, in sue],i ft s Kabo, XJW, quainted with our popular millinery 7
W-H » R. & <;. and C. B. Th*> lot Includes all slz< s from #f ZI \ i . . , . , r JL «.„,.„_,i uDSnV /
1-1/Nli*<%4-~iw% 1? to 30, not every stse Ifi every style, but enough $§ department located on the second
k. V?fc*l*lflLlj I variety to insure you a satisfactory selection. FfL \\ floor. *%
uJSST- Gr„s Wgh ' 79c IflfO Good $1 Kid Glove, 75c
r, n r% « 1% Slipover style gownf, made of Crepe and Seer- / AJr safu First quality, not "seconds. Two clasp Style, overseam sewn
rUIIV GtiarantpPfi If all sucker. They ar* trimmed with lace and ribbon; //1 Ul I\\ -, n d made of the choicest skins. They arc finished with self or
1 UI V VJUtU diUeeU, VWV »omo are tinleliea with aralloped edges. About / / lilliW ?, , ?• "ff., ,11 <H,„c"in o-rav wisteria irreen
enough for one day's selling at roe. // ffWlItU b!ack stitching. \\ c offer all Sizes in gra>. wisteria, green,
v qt. size with three Attachments. You / / Ims»l\\ brown, tan. white and black.'
are protected with our guarantee Just f+ F* T*\ • M \ llflBfltl)
65C UreSSing AGL*% H Wm\\ Long SUk Gloves, /»Q_ 12-Button Gloves djl 35
4 M n.ta Bru-aes. tac-.ust a few at SaCOUeS. . "OC f|j™ Good $ 1.00 Grade OitC White Lambskin f 1
»■ L.V • Iffi J/H 16 button length, double finger Full length—a regular $2.00
'"" t '! r I , So "P' 1 '< , *« r —height. 114 j.bs. Fleece lined Flannelette dressing sacques in T-ff t - Pientv of every size in quality. Sizes to 7%, in
ate > all BnflVr. l»c—A Tuesday price. many neat patterns end good colors. Choice of lij fj "P s - 1 lent " or .. Ty .if. , H i-1 I«u,
Package Absorbent Cotton, 22c—1 lb. square or V neck models. 4HUr Pongee, navy, white and black. white only.
„ \x . . 0 . _,! _ 7" „ . [ Expert Picture Framing at Lower Prices
Ureat Lining Special! IC r A Tuesday Feature! OC 1 ~—'
Genuine Hydegrade Sateen, yard . M.%J\* Down-Like Comforters . *P 38-Inch Mercerized MarqUlSptte 19c
Always sold at 20c. At this cut price we offer practi- Full double bed size comforters, light and fluffy. Coy-
cally every shade that is called for with plenty of white ered with figured Sateen or bordered Silkoline. You An extra special for Tuesday. This is a splendid 35c quality,
and black. Remember, this is the genuine Hydegrade will find this grade of comforters marked at least 20% Our regular price is 25c. We have just 50 pieces to sell Tues
line and that you save 5c a yard. higher in other stores. day at a yard. It is in the new Egyptian shade.
i Tuesday a Great Day in Dress Goods'l of High Grade Curtains
Big Reductions for jjfitt gfc .m»|l 1
Eight special prices which demonstrate very clearly the saving possibilities in our ' f\ •|_ #"" , I An -» s . T mSsSt? I B8 Jff ft» 1 Z
dress goods department. We can supply every demand from the lowest to a \JJUICK WiearaHCC I ■! ffc 8 M
the highest. A r^fnt jnventory shows overstock of about 200 *W "TT
Shepherd Check Suiting 580—5. inches Heavy Zibeline $2.00—A wonderful all pairs of curtains ranging from fl.oO to ftt.OO. I M|Mr • ■ W
wide; a clean cut black and white check. wool fabric. 56 inches wide, in black, We have grouped them into four lots and made i.j , 9 .■ S
A wonderfully popular fabric. navy, blue and brown. the following reductions: KlffiSaJ B hSwKbTI B
Shepherd Check Suiting 79<_52 inches W ° ol Corduroy $2.50_A splendid 58 *| r ft . *<% rill+ain* $1 29 il \ i I
wide; three different sized checks to se- «nch novelty-in Kelly green and new 10 VUriainS 1 . £*V 'JBSK-.* 'SB i tfßtffil ii,
lect from. Lowest previous price $1 yd. r . - t Kn 4 -< • t. rv i These are 3 yard curtains in Cable net and double /JiMKgd! i |M XMSaßalaSfti ÜBl
Diagonal Cheviots all S^S^ h 1161 ' Sl>lendid I«l H^S
wool; navy and black only. Alice blue, tan and Kelly green. 1 nTSSBB
Ali-Wool Tweed fI.BO-A wonderful Ail-Wool Poplin $1.50—52 inches wide; 4t? ?C f ft llirtainS SI 89 \\l3^lllH^m^3^
coating. The width is 56 inches. Every ail shades, including wisteria and a rich W «P J VUI ICUU» S'*'"« / IBBWEMMrfSSg
yard strictly all-wool. black. 4to 6 pairs of a kind. Two tone Cable Nets, frfffntTi ffiMiljßPM H^fLTiaW
— Filet Nets and fine Madras weaves with plain ■
—, - T%~~» 1 « centers, new insertion and allover effects choice ]l
Iwo Lower "rices m Corduroys °* white and Arabian They are 3 yards ,ong i*W iB- ~rrM
Corduroys are opening the season with a wonderful demand. We have bought $3*25 tO $4 GuTtaillS $2*29 jfP^^B
heavily and are prepared to supply any grade at a saving price. * . " \Jg£l/«£* saß* ffl
r-/> tr J pvc xr l High class curtains in 14 and 16 point double 1
SUC Yard /DC Yard thread nets, fine Cable nets, etc. They are 50 I
This low price on a2B inch narrow wale A2B inch wide wale silk velvet face Cor- ' inches wide and extra long ' -e*£^
Corduroy in popular outing colors — duroy, a quality which does not crease or a j r*A s. &i* —a • IbO AO C I M. T\ A A CA
brown, navy, red, green and black. A crush. The color list includes all this &4.5U tO $U CllTtaiilS iJUHI&St I)T&DGS fl**l»VW
real bargain at season's favorites. J . , „ - /-I i mtat' 'j •
I ; Fine lace curtains tn Cluny, Renaissance, Colo- \ $3.50 Grade, patf
1 • I nial effects, etc. Every pair high class in every r T
OUR mar respect and in perfect condition. A great op- Elegant side draperies in blue, red,
special Cotton Floss Mattress $4.95 ffr ,y lo stt high grade cuoainB " ■ iow matsaa"**"
Wash Goods Sale Underprked Domestics
"o Eight Lowered Price* Worthwhile Savings
springy and positively will not hunp. Ha, .„. r.i.,- p.m.l.r ...rf.- Mudltt <*; ; < —Yard wide and clear
5 inch boxed and rolled edge. We offVr sev- of chefkl bl " ched '
cr al patterns in art ticking to select from. We , " ' " , _. , ... Sheeting yard—Extra heavy, 2*4
guarantee this mattress to give perfect satis- Lon * clo *« 10c yard—36 inches wide; yaf( j, w j < j e
faction. famous English weave. Sheeti 38# each—Size 72x90, good qual-
rf . . « a, ... Galateas 10c—50 patterns in regular 12J4c ity muslin.
THREE BIG SPECIALS IN BLANICFTS and & Galateas Sheets Full site, 81a90.
* , , D1 " / * P,fwE * 13 Dress Linen 15c yard-A great color a.- Pillow Cases lOf-Good quality Mus-
Three prices quoted for Tuesday buyers—three real opportunities. sortment. lin, site 45x36.
92.75 pair f3.79 pair 54.95 pair Ratine 25c yard—36 inches wide; 6 colors Towels *2>4# —Red border towels, siae
Full double bed size blanket, A blanket that Is really A California blanket, twilled to select from. 22x44 Inches.
with 2 inch binding. Actual worth *5.00. Has a long, body and heavy nap. Fin- Novelty Ratine 45c—Mattelasse Ratine, Table Cloths f I.4s—Hemstitched, 2
size 72x54 Inches. Choice of fuzzy nap. Choice of white Ished with 3 Inch silk bind- *u+ v»nt latest ~.-,«. «-,,»,- (*!,„:,. —
white or gray body, with or gray. Full sise, 72x80. A ing to match the berdera, XL y« f *, E j »/ m r i » < l u are- A >"?^ ce °* "» n r Patterns.
pink or blue borders. Great wonderful blanket at the whicb are pink or blue Ottoman Repp 35c yard—A full lme of Napkins fI.OO dottn—Hemmed, site
blankets at the price. price. Tuesday, #*4S pair. popular colors. 18x18.
■• . ' 1 1 1 —f—" ■
THE BA2T FRAKCISCO GALE, MOOT)AY, SEPTEMBER T, 1913.
BELMONT GETS JOCKEY
SARATOGA, ft. T., Sept. i.—Papers
will be signed tomorrow by which
J. McTaggart, the most famous
jockey of the season, will become
the property of August Belmont. The
jockey Is under contract to ride for
H. Penny, but he has agreed to give
Belmont his services for $15,000.
Dunne appointed William H. McNulty.
McNulty took possession, when, ac
cording to the allegations of Rogers,
District Attorney Purkltt, acting in
private capacity, counseled Sumskl.
Harband and L. A. Zen* to resist
occupation. The result was contempt
proceedings.
Purkltt convinced Judge Richards,
sitting for Judge Dunne, that he was
not guilty.
MET LAKATLAS
WILL VISIT FAIR
Mrs. Mary Hart, Founder
of Alaska Cruise Club,
Returns With News
With news that real estate and
mining In southeastern Alaska are
booming this year, and that the
Alaska Cruise club Is planning a $20,
--000 clubhouse to accommodate Its
members at the Panama-Paoiflc expo
sition grounds in 1915, Mrs. Mary E.
Hart, founder and president of that
organisation, has returned for • the
winter to the Union Square hotel,
where the club has rooms. The club
expects to bring the Metlakatla tribe
of Indians - to San Francisco to visit
the fair.
NG POON CHEW TO
ADDRESS TEACHERS
Teachers from all around the bay
will be invited to attend the Contra
Costa county teachers' institute,
which opens In the auditorium of the
Lincoln school building in Richmond
Tuesday, September 16. Prof. H.
Morse Stephens of the University of
California and Ng Poon Chew, the Chi
nese editor of San Franclaco. are
among the speakers County Superin
tendent W. H. Hanlon has on his llsL
State Highway for
Dixon and Benicia
VALLEJO, Sept. 1. —It looks very
much as If Solano county will have
a state highway joining the towns of
Dixon and Benicia. This will include
45 miles of road run through Vaca
ville and Suisun. Supervisor H. J.
Wldenmann of Vallejo will build a
lateral from this city to the Benicia
district.
■■ TTIW —' '
' PUCKETT'S
COLLEGE OF DANCING
All approved forms of dancing correctly
taught. Classes Monday and Wednesday
evenings. Assemblies Wednesday and
Friday evenings.
ASSEMBLY HALL
IMS SUTTER ST. Phone Franklin VIS *
c t
Japanese Catholic
Mission Is Opened
Bishop Conaty of Los Angeles
opened a Japanese Catholic mission in
this-city yestfcrday. The new organi
zation will have Its headquarters at
2158 Pine street*and will be In charge
of Father Le Breton, who has had
charge of a similar mission In Los
Angeles, the first ever formed in this
state. J
Ingleside
Terraces
The Improvements That Have Already Been Made:
Grading .
The grading was commenced October jl \9\\, and corn- .
pleted on September 1, 1912. -There were 302,000 yard* of dirt
moved—an amount greater than will be necessary to complete
the T-win Peaks Tunnel.
Sewer
A 3yi ft. by 4y 3 ft. reinforced concrete main sewer through
the center of the tract, is entirely completed and in perfect con
dition. • * . .
The side sewers leading into the- main sewer are from 10 to
24 inches in diameter, and are all completed and in perfecj: ..con
dition. Total length. 48,891 feet. . * .' •. •
Every lot in the tract- has beeti connected with the sewer
by a 6-inch lateral, so that the. streets will never .have tp be tcfrn
up for sewer connections. • * .' • • '
Gas - ...... "V; '■;
A 6-inch high pressure ga9 main V/i miles iri. length has
been constructed to bring an abundance of gas into the district.
A double system of gas mains, one on each side of the street,
has - been completed throughout the tract, laid between the side
walk line and property line, so that all gas connections may be
made without disturbing the street. • .
Owing to the excellent system of governors, the most even
gas pressure in any part of San Francisco is maintained.
Water
Two large mains are connected with the main supply pipe
coming into the city of San Francisco, which lead water to tract.
A double system of water-mains) one on each side of the
street, has been completed throughout the entire tract, laid be
tween the sidewalk line and property, line, so that all water con
nections may be, made without disturbing the street.
The pressure is more than'ample, ranging from SO to 80
pounds per square foot. ' • ' ' .
Electric Lighting
The electric lighting wires for all"houses are brought in from
the rear of the house, so arranged that no. wires cross the streets
at any place, all in perfect working condition..
The electric lighting for the. streets, made by an underground
conduit between the sidewalk and the property line, so that no
street will ever have to. be .forn up.
The electroliers are a combination of a light frame and rose
trellis, so that the lights will hang from a cluster of roses hang
ing out over the streets instead' of the old conventional lamp
posts., • ' . • '. •'. \ ■ -;-'-■', : •; ■
Street Paving
The curbing consists pf a' combined curb and gutter rein
forced and armored with steel on the edges, and is the best job
of combined curb and gutter ever made in San Francisco.
The paving between the curbs- consists of a 6-inch hydraulic
concrete bed. and a full 2-inch bituminous wearing top, not only
fully up to the city standard specifications, but better, so that it
will be accepted by the city for maintenance. \
Sidewalks
The sidewalks are all artificial stone laid next to the curb,
3 inches thick and of the best construction..' •
Trees and Parking
Trees have been set out between the sidewalk and the prop
erty line, far enough from the curb so that horses can not injure
them, and far enough back so as not to obstruct the light along
the sidewalks.
Parking between the building line and the sidewalk has been
dpne on many of the blocks, some with grass and flowers, others
with mesenbryanthemurn.
The parks or parklets, five in number, are ornamented with, j
?jra6s flowers, shrubs, etc., also statuary, flower basins, drinking
ountains, pergolas, etc.
Building
Fortyelegant homes have already been constructed, ranging
from $6,000 to $20,000, and plans for many more are in course of
preparation, and the construction of-buildings continuously pror
gressing. ' *'. .
Amusements and Attractions
A clubhouse and grounds worth some*s3o,ooo are already
constructed and have been set aside for tlje -use of the purchas
ers of residence property in the tract.
One of the finest tennis courts in the city is dedicated to the
use of the residents of the tract, being in demand on various
occasions.
A site has been set apart for a high class nickelodeon in that
part of the tract to be dedicated to business purposes.
On the tract is the San Francisco Golf and Country Chib».
one of the high class amusements, with its links just across Jut\
ipero Serra boulevard, on the Spring Valley lands. '
The Ingleside Terraces Club is well organized and has a'"'
meeting for entertainments twice a month. .
Portals
Nine massive portals at the entrances to Ingleside Terraces
are nearly all completed. • .
Delivery Service
A free delivery mail service for the residents in Ingleside
Terraces is regularly maintained. . .'. .
Several grocery and. other supply firms make daily deliveries
from nearby establishments to residents in Ingleside Terraces.
Street Oar Service
Car No. 17, via Ellis street and 20th avenue, runs direct from
Fourth and Market streets to Ingleside Terraces, under a 10
minute headway.
Car No. 12, on Mission street and Ocean avenue, runs from .
the Ferry direct to Ingleside Terraces, under a 5 and 10 minute
headway.
The Twin Peaks Tunnel is now an assured fact and Ingleside
Terraces will have a car line running through the tunnel, which
will make the trip to the business center of San Francisco in
20 minutes' time.
Value of Property Sold
Total value.of lots sold in Ingleside Terraces, nearly $800,000.
Total value of buildings constructed in Ingleside Terraces
nearly '
r !a <r n , S rvf^ J>reparations for buildin SS m Ingleside Terraces
nearly *£lUU,(Juu. '
Population
-.. TJ 1 *" are nearl y °ne hundred people now residing; in Ingle
side Terraces. . 8
° f "* M ° n *°* ian *
Ingleside Terraces is today the very best residence dis
trict in San Francisco, with the highest class of improve
ments and the best restrictions. Property can now be
bought at the very low figure of from $40 to $100 per front
foot, every foot of which will double in value within the
next two years.
COME SEE—THAT'S ALL
Urban Realty Improvement Co.
JOSEPH A. LEONARD, Mgr.
903 PHELAN BUILDING

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