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CLASSIFIED

DIRECTORY Containing the Names, Addresses

and Telephone Numbers of

Representative Manufacturing, Business and Professional Interests of

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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AN FRANCISCO FRANCISCO SAN Pacific Coast.

is

the financial, commercial and social center of the

The harbor of San Francisco gives the city a commanding position growing commerce of the Pacific ocean. Three transcontinental and three coast lines of railway have their terminals here, and the water transportation on the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers brings the products of the interior valleys to the markets of San Francisco. The climate is mild throughout the year, with no excessive heat in summer and little frost in winter. Flowers are sold on the street corners the year around. The city is situated on the tip of a peninsula between the ocean and the bay and covers forty-six and one-half square miles. The people of San Francisco have given to San Francisco the name of "The City That Knows How," in the phrase of former President Taft, and "The City Loved Around the World." In the midst of the rehabilitation after the disaster of 1906 the people of San Francisco undertook and made a great in the

success of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The history of San Francisco begins with 1769, when Gaspar de Portola discovered San Francisco bay. In 1775 Don Juan Manuel de Alaya, on the ship San Carlos, entered the harbor, the first vessel to sail through the Golden Gate. The name given to the first settlement was Yerba Buena, signifying "good herb." The present name was substituted in 1847. The city was incorporated in 1850 with a population of 34,000.

POPULATION The population of San Francisco from 1860 to 1918, as given by the United States Census, except for the years from 1911 to 1918, inclusive, which is estimated, is as follows: Year. Population. Population. Year. 1912 450,000 56,802 1860 1913 475,000 149.473 1870 1914 500,000 233,959 1880 1915 510,000 298,997 1890 1916 525,000 1900 342,782 530,000 1917 1910 416,912 1918 435,000 550,000 1911 The population of the metropolitan district of San Francisco, including the bay cities, that are both commercially and socially, but not politically, united, was given in the 1910 census as 686,873, and is now approximately 900,000.

CLIMATE is but slight variation throughout the year, the average temperature in winter being 51 degrees, and in summer 59. Days of sunshine average 280 a year, and the coolest months are January and February, and (to the surprise of the Eastern visitor) July and August. Rainfall generally is confined to the first six weeks of the 3'ear. Occasional fog is lifted and fades away with the bracing and invigorating ocean breezes.

In San Francisco there

SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR The harbor of San Francisco

is the largest in the world. The bay of San mile-wide entrance at the Golden Gate, named by General Fremont because of its resemblance to the Golden Horn, is sixty-five miles long from north to south, and from four to ten miles wide. It has an area of 450 square miles, with seventy-nine square miles of safe anchorage. Into this harbor come liners, tramps and sailing ships from the Orient and from the eastern seaboard ports of the United States, from Alaska and Hawaii, from Australia and New Zealand and from the ports of South America. The harbor front in San Francisco is owned and controlled by the State of California, and has been financed by State bond issues, both the interest fc.nd sinking funds of which are paid out of the revenues of the port. Owing to the natural depth of water on the bar, sufficient for the largest steamers at low tide, and because of the small range of the tide making masonry docks unnecessary, the development of the harbor facilities of San Francisco has been inexpensive.

Francisco, with

its

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SOURCES OF WEALTH The early prosperity of San Francisco was the immediate result of the gold production of California, and of the silver production of California and

Nevada.

While the resources of production now back of the wealth of San Francisco are more varied and far more extensive, it is interesting to note that the production of gold is still a constant factor in California, as may be seen by the following report of annual values taken from the gold mines of the State:

GOLD PRODUCTION 1850 1S60 1870 1880 1890 1900

541,273,106 44,095,163 17,458,133 20,030,761 12,309,793 15,863,355

1910 1915 1916 1917 1918

$19,715,449 22,442,296 21,410,741 20,087,504 17,250,000

MINERAL INDUSTRIES Since 1900 the production of California oil wells has grown to exceed th« total value of all other minerals, although California still leads in the production of gold, and copper, tungsten, quicksilver and silver are produced in large quantities. The following estimate of values of all minerals produced in California in 1918 is made by the California State Mining Bureau: $123,000,000 Chromite Petroleum $2,000.00© Gold 17,250,000 Silver 1,450,000 12,000,000 Manganese ores Copper 1,125,000 1,100,008 Potash and other salines.. 12,000,000 Lead Cement and other building Magnesite 900,000 material 10,000,000 Zinc 375,000 Tungsten 3,000.000 Other minerals 1,590.000 Natural gas 3,000,000 Quicksilver minerals 2,310,000 $191,100,000

ALL

OUTPUT FROM MINES The relation of gold and petroleum, the two principal minerals in California production, to the total mineral production of the State is shown in the following table: Year. Petroleum. All Minerals. Gold. 1890 $SS4,200 $18,039,666 $12,309,793 1900 32.622,945 4,152,928 15,863,355 88,419,079 1910 37,689,542 19,715,440 43,503,837 96,663,369 1915 22,442,296 127,901,610 57,421,334 1916 21,410,741 161,202,962 86,976,209 1917 20,087,504 191,100,000 123,000,000 1918 17,250,000

AGRICULTURE Agriculture In California has gradually surpassed mining among the resources which contribute to the commercial standing of San Francisco, until in 1918 the orchard crops alone practically equaled the production of all minerals in value, while both the bean crop and the egg yield from the poultry ranches were approximately three times as great as the value of all gold produced from California mines in 1918. The following estimate of the value of the 1*918 crop of eleven of the principal agricultural products of California is based on the report of the Unitel States Bureau of Crop Estimates: Value. 1918 Value. 1918 Crop. C^-op.

Oranges

$78,771,000 59.400,000 47.052.000 46.9SO.000 18.000,000 16,394,000

Hav

Beans Barley Cotton

Winter wheat The total value of

all

farm animals

Peaches Rice

Walnuts Sugnr beets Apricots in California

16.198.000 13.321.000 10,000.000 8,500.000 8,000,000

on January

1,

1919, is

estimated as $224,670,000.

MANUFACTURING The value

manufactured products from San Francisco factories given by the United States Census as follows: Value of Value of Year. 1904 1909

of

Products. $132,929,000 $137,788,000

Year. 1914

Products. $162,299,795

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SHIPBUILDING There are now 100 shipyards on the Pacific Coast, that had at the end of 1918 orders in hand for more than 3000 ships. The San Francisco district, including the yards on both sides of San Francisco bay, delivered thirty-four steel vessels to the United States Shipping- Board in 1918, aggregating 348,563 tons. At the same time there was an equal activity in the construction of warships for the United States Navy. The launchings in California yards in 1918 were as follows:

Number. 56 13

Steel

Wood

513,725

1

4,550 5,000

70

523,275

Concrete Total

Tonnage.

COMMERCE OF PORT The increase in the production of California is reflected in the growth of commerce at the port of San Francisco. The following table of foreign exports and imports shows how the wealth of the Pacific centers at the metropolis of San Francisco:

Exports. Year. 1900 $38,552,710 35,773,746 1910 1915 .... 80,512,393

Imports. $39,424,435 50.669,435 83,338,138

Tear. 1916 1917 1918

Exports. $123,943,272 168,328,397 210,562,365

Imports. $117,128,253 231,979,106 245,524,209

ARRIVAL OF VESSELS The movement of vessels in and out of San Francisco harbor, engaged in domestic commerce, running to Atlantic ports of the United States, other Pacific ports, and the Philippines, Hawaii and Alaska, is normally nearly five times as great as the tonnage movement here of foreign trade, and was three times as great in the period of the war, as is shown by the following table of tonnage arrivals at the port of San Francisco: Foreign. Year. Domestic. Total. 1905 1,068,533 2,086,900 3,155,433 1910 1,454,814 4,696,212 5,714,132 1915 1,278,083 6,035,331 7,486,683 1916 1,596,506 5,533,006 7,129,512 1,608,149 1917 5,467,044 7,075,193 1918 1,477,093 4,214,399 5,691.492

TRANSPORTATION To San Francisco's harbor, as to a magnet, trunk rail lines come from the North, East and South. The railroads, now combined under the United States Railroad Administration for operation, that have their terminal in San P'rancisco are:

Central Pacific, with the Union Pacific making the Ogden route. Southern Pacific line, or Sunset route. California and Oregon line of the Southern Pacific, or Shasta route.

Santa Fe.

Western Pacific. Northwestern Pacific. The combined ticket office of the railroad administration is at 50 Post The administration offices are in the Southern Pacific building at street. 65 Market street. Through the Ferry building, at the foot of Market street, where these roads, as well as the Oakland and Antioch and Kev Route, have their pas-

senger terminals, 45,625,000 passengers passed in 1018. In addition to the steam and electric lines, there are motor bus and automobile stage service to various points and running as far south as Los Angeles.

SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS Savings bank deposits in San Francisco have increased nearly 150 per cent since 1895, as is shown by the following table: Deposits. Ye°r. Deposits. Year. 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906

$1 07,744,448

104.626.331 107.603.255 113,430,900 122,104,550 128.21 0.954 135.265,308 14*. 182. 140

154,453.560 158.SS8.175 1 67 056.8^7 168,345,142

1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 191 2

1913 1914 1

91 5

1916 191 7

1918

$160,664,572 I46.131.88f?

156,359.977 165.230.002 176.923.908 1 S8.*08 552 197.31 3.074

200.823.856 218.768.776 242.77R.320 254.732.730 256,500,000

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BANK CLEARINGS Translated into terms of commercial activity, the natural resources *f foundation of the wealth of San Francisco. The clearings in San Francisco shows the measure of thm

California become the following table of bank financial growth of the 1SS0 1890 1900 1910

city:

$486,725,953 851,066,172 1,029,582,594 2,323,772,870

1915 1916 1917 1918

$2,693,688,925 3,479,862,482 4,837,854,596 5,629,321,142

POSTAL RECEIPTS Another barometer of the increasing activities in San Francisco is furnished by the annual records of postal receipts, which have nearly doubled They are reported by the Postmaster since the last census year (1910). as follows: $719,875.00 1,052,286.00 2,488,224.54 3,561,800.15

1890 iy00 1910 1915

1916 1917 1918

.

.

.

$3,630,638.29 3.964.0 + 5.44 4,582,503.61

:

PROPERTY VALUES Another measure of the wealth of San Francisco is in the assessed valuation of real and personal property in the city. The following table shows how the wealth of San Francisco has increased in proportion to the increase of the productions of the State:

All Property in Assessed Value San Francisco.

Year. 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1915

$21,621,214 35,809,639 106,391,876 253,545,476 301,444,140 410.155.304 515,028,064

1916 1917 1918

A—Taxed

by

city.

$538,703,750A 117.640.479B 542.562.856A

656,344,229

215,789, 509B

758,352,365

554.750.170A 237.036.123B 562,349,167A

758,352,365

218,689. 230B State.

B— Taxed by

BUILDING OPERATIONS Building operations in San Francisco for the last twenty years are shown In the following table of values of buildings constructed in each year, as reported by Thomas Magee & Sons: Year. 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907

Amount.

Year. 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 Building operations in 1918, substantially curtailed by were as follows: 1918. Private Municipal State and Month. Contracts. Contracts. U. S. Govt. $3,490,603 4,732,748 6,390,705 7,437,562 14,289,938 14,984,514 16,916,118 20,111,861 39,254,467 50,499,499

:

January February March April

May

June July

August September October

November December Totals

Amount. $35,128,549 30,411,196 22,873,942 24,495,168 26,269,006 32,797,259 30,468,457 18,626,199 18,921,146 18,480,527 9,288,208 war conditions,

Grand

$764,466 521,880 1,144,090 868,720 853,710 930,083 1,140,263 690,911 570,403 276,098 170,972 270,248

$162,949 34,600 70,284 18,269

$103,314 23,589 10,379 23,000

3,300 60,207 24,440

120,799

1,172 156,354

82,52*

Total. $1,030,729 580,069 1,224,753 909,989 857,010 1,111,089 1,164,703 690,911 761,587 276,098 172,144 509,126

$8,201,839

$722,759

$363,610

$9,288,208

191,184

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SCHOOL ENROLLMENT The enrollment of the public schools is often taken as an indication of the growth of a city. The public school enrollment in San Francisco is a* follows: „ Pupils Pupils Pupils Enrolled. Enrolled. Year. Year. Enrolled. Year. 1918 69,590 1910 57,748 1900 48,058 .

TELEPHONE SERVICES in the number of telephone in the following table: Services. Year. Year. 1916 3,398 1890 1917 16,817 1900 1918 61,995 1910 118,626 1915

The increase

service in San Francisco

Ib

ahown

Services. 128,622 126,028 130,050

PARKS San Francisco has thirty-three parks, that are green the year round, in size from one-half city block to the generous proportions of the world-famous Golden Gate Park, that is three and one-half miles in length from the ocean to its eastern boundary and contains 1013 acres. In Golden Gate Park are the Memorial Museum, the first unit of the new buildings being dedicated on February 22, 1919; the Academy of Sciences Museum of Natural History, the Japanese Tea Garden, the Dutch windmills, the Gjoa, in which Captain Amundsen made the Northwest passage; the Children's playground, a half dozen lakes, and one of the finest collections of trees and shrubs in the world. Originally an area of drifting sands, Golden Gate Park has been developed to its present excellence under the direction of Superintendent of Parks John McLaren.

and vary

CIVIC

CENTER

Around an open park two blocks in area, the new municipal buildings of San Francisco are grouped in the Civic Center. Begun with a municipal bond issue of $8,800,000, which provided for .the construction of the $4,000,000 City Hall, said to be one of the finest public buildings in the world; the $1,100,000 Public Library, and the $1,300,000 Civic Auditorium, seating 12.000 persons, have been added to the Civic Center group, and the appropriation has been made for a $1,000,000 State building. The Auditorium, with its great organ, is the gift of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition t©

the

city.

OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS POSTOFFICE. Seventh and Mission streets. CUSTOM-HOUSE, Battery and Washington streets. UNITED STATES MINT. Fifth and Mission streets. SUB-TREASURY, Pine and Sansome streets. FERRY BUILDING, Embarcadero. foot of Market street. HALL OF JUSTICE, Kearny and Washington streets.

THE PRESIDIO The Presidio occupies the

territory immediately north of Golden Gate, the largest military reservation within city limits in the United States. Its area is 1542 acres. A large part is wooded with pine and eucalyptus. It was founded in 1776 by Juan Bautista Anza, who led an expedition overland from Sonora, Mexico, for the purpose. Here was established the first permanent settlement in what is now Sin Francisco, although the Mission was settled soon after. Between Fort Point in the Presidio and Lime Point on the Marin shore is the narrowest part of the Golden Gate, one mile. At Fort Point is Fort Winfield Scott, an old brick defense begun in 1854, replacing the Spanish Fort Blanco. On Lime Point across the strait is Fort Baker; about it on the hill, 493 feet above the water, is Battery Spencer. This is the highest land battery in the world.

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STREET RAILWAYS With

500 miles of paved streets,

San Francisco has 350 miles of street

railways.

The San Francisco Municipal Railway, owned and operated by the city, has lines on Geary street, Market street, Van Ness avenue, Stockton street. Union street, Church street, and running through the Twin Peaks tunnel to the residence districts in the southwest portion of the city. The California street and Hyde and Larkin lines are the properties of the California Street Railway Company. All other lines in the city are the property of the United Railroads On the principal lines all-night service is maintained.

pany.

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WATER SUPPLY The present water supply of San Francisco is furnished by the Spring Valley Water Company, a privately owned property, with reservoirs at Crystal Springs, San Andreas and Pilarcitos on the peninsula, and several reservoir sites in Alameda county, of which that at Calaveras is being deThe company has approximately 600 miles of distributing pipes veloped. Within the city. The average daily delivery is about 40.000,000 gallons. The future water supply of San Francisco will be from the Hetch-Hetehy vallev in the Tuolumne watershed, for which bonds have been authorized in the amount of $45,000,000, and upon which construction is well under way.

Is designed to bring an ultimate maximum of 400.000.000 gallons a day to the bay cities through an aqueduct 160 miles long, crossing the San Joaquin valley. The development of sufficient hydro-electric power for all San Francisco's municipal purposes is also planned as a part of the project.

It

LIGHT AND POWER California has the greatest hydro-electric plants in the world, the larger companies that bring power from the Sierra to San Francisco being the Pacific Gas and Electric, the Great Western and the Sievra and San FranIn spite of the present use in California of 600,000 horse-power of cisco. elect'ic energy, the demand, that is increasing at the rate of 30.000 horsepower a year, has made further development necessary. The maximum possible development of hydro-electric power in California is said to be 5,000,000 horse-power.

LOCATION OF PIERS On the San Francisco water front are forty-two piers, with a combined area of 4,558.991 square feet, and providing berthing space for ocean-going steamers of 58,696 linear feet, and with a bulkhead area of 1,297,205 square feet, giving an additional berthing space of 16,206 linear feet, and making the total berthing space 72,802 linear feet. The location of the piers, with the name of the steamship company where a permanent assignment is made, is as follows:

Pier

Number. 1

3 5 7 9

11 15

(North of Market Street) Location (Foot of St. Steamship Company. Named.) California Transportation Company. Washington California N. and

Pacific

Broadway Green

Union

19 21

Union

23 25 27

Greenwich Greenwich

29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 U. S.

Filbert

Union Steamship Company. California Wholesale Potato Dealers' Assn. China Mail Steamship Company. Mitsui Company, Ltd.

Lombard Sansome

Sansome Sansome Montgomery J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Company. Kearny J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Company. Grant Avenue Grain Merchants. Stockton Powell Transport Docks

14 16 18 20 22

Mission

2*

Harrison

26

Steuart

Howard Howard Folsom Folsom

28.

Spear

*j0

Main Main

32

Company.

Sudden & Chrlstensen. Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Rolph Navigation and Coal Company. Shipowners and Merchants' Tugboat Co. Gulf Mail Steamship Company. California-Hawaiian Sugar Refining Co. Standard Oil Comnanv, Parr-McCormick Steamship Co.

Vallejo Vallejo

17

I.

Various river boats. Southern Pacific Company. California Transportation Company.

Jackson

Chas. R. (3)

McCormick Company.

Foot of Laguna Street

(South of Market Street) Government Boats and Launches.

Company. Company. Company. Western Sugar Refining Company. Charles Nelson Company. Pacific Steamship Company. Pacific Steamship Pacific Steamship Pacific Steamship

Balfour. Guthrie & Co. W. R. Grace & Co.

Matson Navigation Company. United States Shipping Board.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 34 36., 38

Beale

40 42 44 46 54

First

Fremont First

Second Second Third Fourth

9

— —

Toyo Kisen Kaisha Western Pacific. Toyo Ki^en Kaisha Western Pacific. Hobbs-Wall Company. Pacific Mail Steamship Company. S. F. and Portland Steamship Company.



Pacific Mail. Pacific Mail..

W.

K. Grace Santa Fe.

&

Co.

NEWSPAPERS There are five large daily newspapers in San Francisco printed in Engand a number in other languages, in addition to daily publications devoted to markets, court records, shipping and trade in general. Other publications include scores of weeklies and several monthly magazines.

lish

LIBRARIES The new Public Library, situated in the Civic Center, was erected at a ccst of $1,100,000, and was dedicated February 15, 1917. Other large libraries are the Mechanics' Institute and the Law Library, the latter being located in the City Hall.

CHINATOWN Chinatown, the cryptic, is of great interest to visitors. It is the largest Oriental quarter in America, the Chinese population being close to 15,000. The main street is Grant avenue, along which are the bazars, gold-workers' establishments and drug stores. The teahouses, telephone exchange and markets are especially interesting. The showing of draperies, idols, carved Ivory and other goods is rich and varied. Strangers may safely visit the district at

any time.

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DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS MAYOR, JAMES ROLPH Room 200, City Hall.

HOWARD

RAINHY, Mayor's

JR.

Secretary,

Room

2©S.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Meets Every Monday at 2 P.

M., City Hall.

EDWARD J. BRANDON, 20 De Soto street. CORNELIUS J. DEASY, 602 Kohl building. ANDREW J. GALLAGHER. 1379 Masonic avenue. J. EMMET HAYDEN. 34 Market street. FRED L. HILMER. 129 Davis street. OSCAR HOCKS, 558 Guerrero street. JOHN D. HYNES, 550 Page street. JOHN C. KORTICK, 335 First street. JOSEPH F. LAHANEY. 902 Potrero avenue. RALPH McLERAN, 2474 Fulton street. JAMES B. McSHEEHY, 1147 Dolores street. JOSEPH MULVIHILL. 750 Third avenue. CHARLES A. NELSON, City Hall. JAMES E. POWER. 1207 Ashbury street. E. E.

SCHMITZ,

1855 Sacramento street.

FRED SUHR JR., 2919 RICHARD J. WELCH,

Mission street.

978 Guerrero street. I. WOLFE. 1408 California street. S. DUNNIGAN, Clerk. Room 235, City Hall. W. ROGERS, Chief Assistant.

EDWARD

JOHN JOHN

STANDING COMMITTEES

—Hayden, Mulvihill. Suhr, Brandon, Welch. Meets Tuesdays at 1:45 P. M. Civil Service—Schmite, Suhr, Hynes. Commercial Development— Kortick, Brandon, Gallagher, Welch, Wolfe. Education, Parks and Playgrounds—McSheehy, Deasy, Kortick, Lahaney, Wolfe. —Suhr, Deasy, Hynes. Finance—McLeran, Kortick, Suhr. Meets Fridays at 2:30 M. Fire —Deasy, Hayden, Hilmer. Meets Thursdays at M. Judiciary —-Power, Hilmer, Hocks. Lands and Tunnels—Gallagher, Lahaney, McLeran. Lighting, Water Service and Telephone Service —Nelson, McSheehy, Power. Meets and third Tuesdays of each month at P. M. Police—Hocks, Hilmer, Hynes. Meets Fridays at P. M Municipal Concerts and Public Celebrations — Hynes, Hayden, Schmite, Gallagher. Public Buildings— Brandon, McLeran, McSheehy, Nelson. Meets Tuesdays at P. M. Public Health and Garbage Disposal — Lahaney, Hayden, McSheehy, Schmite, Power. Meets Thursdays at M. Public Utilities —Wolfe, Brandon, Gallagher, Mulvihill. Welch. Meets Wednesdays at P M Public Welfare. Weights and Measures and Publicity —Mulvihill, Deasy, Hocks, Nelson, Welch. State Laws and Legislation —McLeran, Nelson. Schmitz, Wolfe. Meets Streets and Sewers—Welch, Brandon, Kortick, Lahaney, McSheehy. Thursdays at M. Supplies— Hilmer, Gallagher, Hocks, Mulvihill, Power, Deasy. Meets Thursdays at M.

Auditorium

JOiectrictts/

P.

2 P.

first

2

2

2

4 P.

2

2 P.

$ P.

HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER DUDLEY MOULTON, Room 235, City Hall.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Meetings

— Wednesday,Room 1:80 P. M Monday 251. City Hall. •

TIMOTHY A. RF/ARDON, President, City Hall. A DOXiPH JUDELL. Citv Hall. HANIEL G. FRASER, Citv Hall. FREDERICK J. CHURCHILL, Chief Deputy Room.

260.

and Friday,

10 A. M.,

Commissioner and Seoretary;

City Hall.

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING M. M.

O'SHAUGHNESSY,

City Engineer,

Room

267,

City Hall.

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE JOHN REH)

Room 266. City Hall. JR., Consulting Archlteot. First National

Bank

building.

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BUREAU OF STREETS

ANDREW

J.

DONOVAN,

Office

Deputy, Roena

272, City Hall.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS CHARLES W. MEEHAN, Eleventh and Bryant streets. BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION HORGAN,

P.

J.

Room STREET REPAIRS

Chief Inspector,

HaH.

27%, City

McCOY, Superintendent, Eleventh and Bryant

P. J.

streets,

SEWER REPAIRS JOSEPH LINEHAN,

Superintendent,

office,

2744 Sixteenth street.

STREET CLEANING

PETER

J.

OWEN,

Superintendent, Eleventh and Bryant streets.

GEARY STREET MUNICIPAL RAILROAD 260© Geary street.

Office,

Geary and Josephine

FRED BOEKEN, P.

J.

streets.

Superintendent.

MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM DONAHUE, Superintendent, Larkin and Grove streets. EDWIN H. LEMARE, Organist, Hotel Whiteemb.

SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT MARIUS KAST, Superintendent, Roem 215,

City Hall.

BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS JOHN T. R.

F.

Meets Wednesdays, 8 P. M., room 2, City DAVIS, President,, 785 Market street.

HERRING,

Hall.

1438 Twenty-sixth avenue, Sunset.

FRANK C. SYK.ES, Crocker building. WILLIAM C. MIKULICH, Mills building. FRANK KENNEDY, Secretary, City Hall.

R. MURPHY, Chief Engineer, room 2, City Hall; Office hours, 10:30 to 12 o'clock daily. JOHN E. SULLIVAN, Acting Fire Marshal, City Hall, room 2; in office 12:30 to 2 P. M.

THOS.

BOAED OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS Office,

.

Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington streets. Regular meetings, Monday at 7:30 P. M.

THEODORE J. ROCHE, President, Humboldt Bank building. JESSE B. COOK, Savings Union Bank of San Francisco. THOMAS E. SHUMATE, M. D., 86 Post street. ANDREW F. MAHONY, 1 Drumm street. CHARLES F. SKELLY, Secretary. D. A.

WHITE,

Chief of Police.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY ARTHUR KEMPSTON, chief, room 205, City Hall. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS Room 155, City Hall. Meetings held at the call of the President. WILLIAM McDEVITT, President, 1004 Fillmore street. J. K. PRIOR JR., 112 Market street. C. J.

COLLINS, 3358 Twenty-second

street. street.

THOMAS V. CATOR, 3968 Twenty-third JOHN HERMANN, 126 Folsom street. J.

H.

ZEMANSKY,

Registrar.

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS 8 P. M., room 151 City Hall. GEORGE A. TRACY, President, 701 Underwood building. JOHN J. O'TOOLE, Mills building. E. A. WALCOTT, 153 Kearny street. JAMES J. MAKER, Chief Examiner and Secretary, 3536 22d Meet Monday at

St.

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH Main office, 1085 Mission street, near Seventh. Regular meeting of Board, third Thursday of each month at 8 P, M. Special meeting every Thursday (third excepted), at 4:30 P. M., for hearing •f condemnation cases.

1

ARTHUR

H.

BARENDT,

GUY E. MANNING, M. A. P. O'BRIEN, M. D., GEORGE B. SOMERS,

President, Mills building. 516 Sutter street. 126 Post street. M. D., Lane Hospital. D.

(

LAWRENCE ARNSTEIN, Third and Mission FRANK J. KLIMM, 221 Oak street. ARTHUR M. SHARP, 2730 Vallejo street.

streets.

WM. C. HASSLER, M. D., Health Officer, 1085 Mission st. ED. M. COFFEY, Chief Clerk and Statistician, 729 Waller st. ARTHUR A. O'NEILL, M. D., City Phvsician. 350 Post street. T. DARCY QUINN, M. D., Assistant City Physician. Flood building. ALANSON WEEKS, M. D., Chief Surgeon of Emergency Hospitals. R. G. BRODRICK, M. D., Supt. of San Francisco Hospital. C. M. WOLLENBERG, Superintendent of Relief Home.

PARK COMMISSIONERS Office,

Golden Gate Park Lodge.

LINDLEY, JOHN A. McGREGOR, M. EARL CUMMINGS,

CURTIS

H.

President, Mills building. 2800 Pacific avenue, 3944 Clay street.

SIGMUND GREENEBAUM. SPRECKELS, California and JAMES DE SUCCA, Secretary. JOHN McLAREN, Superintendent

A. B.

Davis of

streets.

Golden Gate Park.

PLAYGROUND COMMISSION Meets alternate Wednesdays at 2:30

REV.

CROWLEY,

D. O.

P. M., room 376, City Hall. President, 720 Church street.

JOHN McLAREN, Park Lod are.

Golden Gate Park.

HENRY B. MILLS, 149 California street. GEORGE E. GALLAGHER, 148 Kearny street. MRS. F. G. SANBORN, 1020 Dolores street. MISS AGNES G. REGAN, 2039 Ellis street. ANGELO J. ROSSI, 123 Kearny street.

FRANK

A.

LAWLER,

Secretary, 636 City Hall.

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Meets

first

and third Tuesdays,

8 P. M.,

room

220,

City Hall.

MATT SULLIVAN, President, Humboldt Bank building. FRANK TURNER, Grant avenue and Post street. MRS. ABBIE E. WILKINS, 25 St. Francis boulevard. PAUL SCHARRENBERG, Underwocd building. I.

I.



Ex-officio member? Mayor James Rolnh, Supervisors J. C. Kortick, Jos. Mulvihill, R. J. Welch; M. M. O'Shaughnessy, City Engineer; John ileid Jr., City Architect; George Lull, City Attorney; Dr. W. C. Hassler, Health Officer, and Jos. P. Horgan, building inspector. H. A. MASON, Secretary.

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES LAWRENCE J. DOLAN, Sealer, room City Hall. 6,

WIDOWS' PENSION BUREAU

MARGARET

C.

NESFIELD,

Director, 462 City Hall.

SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL BAND

ERNEST

G.

WILLIAMS,

Director, City Hall.

BOARD OF EDUCATION Room Ula r

£?£v GEO.

,

E.

287, City Hall.

Regular meeting day, Tuesday, 10 A. M. m °etings as a High School Board held on last Tuesday of each month.

GALLAGHER,

President. City Hall.

D'ANCONA, 862 Shrader stieet. MISS SARAH J. JONES, 691 Pos-t street. MISS ALICE R. POWER. 2883 Folsom street. ALFRED RONCOVIERI. Superintendent of Schools, residence M. R. NORRIS, Secretary, 252 Crescent avenue. A. A.

2454 Vallejo

st.

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PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUSTEES Trustees meet

first

Tuesday of each month.

HALE, President, Market and Fifth streets. EDW. R. TAYLOR. 2326 California street. JOHN H. WISE, 2160 Steiner street. WASHINGTON DODGE. Hobart building. JAMES D. PHELAN, Phelan building. R. B. HALE, Fifth and Market streets. CHARLES H. BENTLEY, 101 California street. MAX C. SLOPS, Supreme Court, Wells Fargo building. EUSTACE CULLINAN, Phelan building. MTSS McKTNSTRY. 2988 Pacific avenue. JOSEPH O'CONNOR, 1250 Tenth avenue. GEO. W. KELHAM, Sharon building. GEO. A. MULLIN. Secretary. 2520 Octavia street. ROBERT REA, Librarian, 715 Page street. R. B.

PUBLIC POUND Alabama

Office and pound, Sixteenth and McCURRIE, Secretary.

MATTHEW

streets.

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS

—— — Tax Collector— EDWARD F. BRYANT, room City Hall. Coroner— DR. JOHN GALLAGHER. Merchant street between Kearny and Montgomery streets. Recorder— EDMOND GODCHAUX, room City Hall. City Attorney— GEORGE LULL, room City Hall. District Attorney— CHARLES M. FICKERT, Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington streets. Public Administrator— W. HYNES, 853 Phelan building. County Clerk — H. MULCREVY, room 325, City Hall. (Criminal Depart-

Auditor THOMAS F. BOYLE, room 111, City Hall. Treasurer JOHN E. McDOUGALD, room 110, City Hall. Assessor JOHN GINTY, room 101, City Hall. 106,

167, 206,

J.

I.

ment

in

Hall of Justice.)

Sheriff— THOS.

F.

FINN, room

335, City Hall.

SUPERIOR COURTS THOMAS S. MULVEY, Secretary to Judges, Room 480. Civil Departments, fourth floor, City Hall. Dept. 1 — JAMES M. TROUTT, Judge, room 429.

—GEO. MTJRASKY, Judge, room — H. CABANISS, Judge, room 4— VAN NOSTRAND, Judge, room 5— JOHN HUNT, Judge, room — E. MOGAN, Judge, room — G. A. STURTEVANT, Judge, room —JOHN NOURSE. Judge, room 10 — THOMAS F. GRAHAM, Judge, room 452. 13 — DANIEL DEASY. Judge, room 14 — GEO. E. CROTHERS. Judge, room SHORTALL, Judge, room 15— EDW. 16 — BERNARD FLOOD, Judge, room Criminal Departments — Hall of Justice, Kearny and — FRANK H. DUNNE. Judge. Dept. Dept. 11— FRANKLIN A. GRIFFIN. Judge. ROCHE, Judge. Dept. 12 — M. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. Dept. DeDt.

2 3

F. J.

J.

7 8 9

City Hall.

404. 403.

466.

J.

411. 472.

P.

465. 417.

T.

432. 402. 418. 426.

C.

P.

J.

Washington

streets.

6

J.

ADULT PROBATION BOARD

ANDREW

Y. WOOD. Chairman, 28 Montgomery street. JAMES S FENNELL. Vice-Chairman. 330 Frederick street. AUGUSTIN C. KEANE, Secreta' y-Treasu rer, Hearst building. MRS. HENRY SAHLETN. 1718 Jackson street. DR J. WILSON SHIELS. 516 Putter street. GEORGE FILMER. 330 Jackson street. MISS MARY L SWEENEY, 2699 California street. WM. H. NICHOLL, Chief, Adult Probation Department.

PROBATION COMMITTEE MRS. EDW. L. BALDWIN, Chairman. 20 Market street. JAMES R. PRINGLE, Merchants' Exchange building. REV. D. O. CROWLEY. 720 Church street. MISS McKINSTRY. 2988 Pacific avenue. JESSE W. LILIENTHAL, Flood building.

SELAH CHAMBERLAIN. R. E.

QUEEN,

112

Market

Mills building. street.

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY JUVENILE COURT

FRANK J. MURASKT, Judge. JUVENILE COURT. 150 Otis street. J. C. ASTREDO, Chief Probation Officer,

Detention Home, 150 Otis street.

JUSTICES* COURTS City Hall, third floor.

PRENDERGAST, Presiding Judge, room JAMES G. CONLAN, Judge, room 306. A. T. BARNETT, Judge, room 380. FRANK J. DEASY, Judge, room 385. ROLLA B. WATT. Judge, room 387. T.

F.

ROBT. W. DENNIS,

Justices' Clerk,

room

386.

300.

POLICE COURTS Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington streets. Dept. 1— T. I. FITZPATRICK. Judge. Dept. 2 JOHN J. SULLIVAN, Judge. Dept. 3—MATTHEW BRADY, Judge. Dept. 4—MORRIS OPPENHEIM. Judge.



LAW LIBRARY JAMBS

City Hall, fourth floor. H. DEERING, Librarian,

room

486.

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POSTOFFICE AND MAILS Postoffice Officials in San Francisco Postmaster— CHARLES W. FAY.

——

Assistant Postmaster WILLIAM F. BURKE. Superintendent of Mails WILLIAM L. ST. AMANT. Cashier (Postal)— E. J. BARTON. Cashier (Money Order)— STUART ALDRICH.

POSTAL STATIONS IN SAN FBANCISCO The Main Postoffice is at Seventh and Mission streets. A large portion Tho of the mails are handled directly through the Embarcadero station. following is a list of all regular stations in the city: Tel. Number Superintendent. Location. Station. Main Of. N. E. cor. 7th and Mission sts.. Market 301 Bart. Mahoney Market 301 H. C. J. Toomey A 1838 Steiner street

B

C

D E G

H K M J

O

Ferry Daly City

U. S. Custom-house 2698 Howard St., cor. 23d 415 Pine street Townsend and RIcn streets 4304 Eighteenth street 608 Hayes street 1208 Masonic avenue 104 New Montgomery street.... 845 Clement street 1217 Polk street The Embarcadero, opp. Mission.

Branch Wellington South S.F. Branch 215 Linden

ave.,

Frank Hardy Cunningham Wm. J. Hennessy M. E. Cashman Thos. M. Welch

Market 301

Stanley Torrey

Daly City

ave.. So. S.

Francisco

901 Market street 121 Post street

Jas. M.

Arthur

J.

Hearst

W. W. Waters Joseph Gray C. Gross W. S. Paynter I.

J.

Presidio Presidio Military Reservation... 4 269 Sutter street 23 835-865 Market street 44 57

Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301 Market 301

D.

Dunnigan

F. W. Sink West 6174 Jos. Rudee Kearny 5000 Joseph A. Burns

Douglas

1

Sutter 5600 Gar. 1201

Louis E. Derre Jos. A. Fealy F. P. Prunty

DOMESTIC MAIL MATTER CLASSIFICATION AND RATES OF POSTAGE

MATTER

DOMESTIC

MAIL. includes mail addressed for local delivery, or for transmissian from one place to another within the United States, or to or from or between the possessions of the United States, and to that for transmission to or from the United States or its possessions and officers or members of crews of United States naval vessels, and to or from the United States postal agencies at Shanghai, China, Vladivostok, Siberia, and to officers and men of the United States Navy in the United States Naval Hospital at Yokohama, Japan, or at Legation Guard, Peking, China, and is divided into four classes: First Second Third Fourth (Parcel Post). Domestic rates and conditions, with certain exceptions, apply to mail addressed to Canada, Cuba, Mexico and the Republic of Panama. The domestic rates .apply also to letters, but not to other articles, addressed to Great Britain, Ireland, Newfoundland, Bahamas, Barbados, British Guiana, British Hunduras, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Leeward Islands, Trinidad, including Tobago,

New

Zealand.

PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE

stamps affixed,

ter of the third identical pieces,

is

on domestic matter at time of mailing, by special permission, however, postage on matfourth classes mailed in quantities of not less than 300

required.

and

may

By

be paid in money.

CONCEALED MATTER—Matter

of a higher class inclosed with matter whole to the higher rate. Persons knowingly concealing or inclosing matter of a higher class in that of a lower class, for the purpose of evading payment of the proper postage, are liable to a fino of not more than $100. of a lower class subjects the

FIRST-CLASS FIRST-CLASS

MATTER INCLUDES

MATTER

written matter, namely: Letters, postal cards, post cards (private mailing cards), and all matter wholly or partly in writing, whether sealed or unsealed (except manuscript copy accompanying proof-sheets or corrected proof-sheets of the same and the writing authorized by law on matter of other classes). Also matter sealed or otherwise closed against inspection. RATES OF POSTAGE Letters and other first-class matter, three cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. Post cards and postal cards, two coats each,



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"DROP LETTERS"— Addressed

where mailed, Letters addressed to patrons served by rural or star route carriers, or deposited in boxes along such joutes, are subject to postage at the rate of two cents an ounce or fraction There is no drop rate on mail other than letters. thereof. THE LIMIT OP WEIGHT of first-class matter is the same as for parcel two cents

for each

for delivery at the office

ounce or fraction thereof.

post.

ing

SECOND-CLASS MATTER SECOND-CLASS MATTER INCLUDES newspapers and periodicals bearnotice of entry as second-class matter. No limit of weight is prescribed. RATE OP POSTAGE — Newspapers and periodical publications of the

class, when sent unsealed by others than the publisher or a news agent, one cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof, on each separately addressed copy or package of unaddressed copies. To be entitled to this rate the copies must be complete. Incomplete copies are third-class matter. ADDITIONS TO SECOND-CLASS MATTER. Ojti the wrapper, or the matter itself, there may be wiitten or printed: (1) the name and address of the sender, preceded by the word "from"; (2) the name and address of the person to whom sent; (3) the words "sample copy," or "maiked copy," or both, as the case may be. On the matter itself the sender may place all that is permitted on the wrapper; correct typographical errors in the text; designate by marks, not by woids, a word or passage in the text to which it is desired to call at-

second

tention.

Other writing will subject the package to the first-class

rate.

THIRD-CLASS MATTER THIRD-CLASS MATTER EMRRACES

circulars,

newspapers and period-

admitted to the second-class, nor embraced in the term "book," miscellaneous printed matter on paper not having the nature of an actual personal correspondence, proof-sheets, corrected proof-sheets, and manuscript copy accompanying the same, and matter in point print or raised characters used by the blind. (Books are included in fourth-class or parcel post mail.) Typewriting and carbon and letter-press copies thereof are the equivalent •f hand-writing and are classed as such in all cases. Matter produced by the photographic process (including blue prints) is printed matter. Matter printed on material other than paper is fourth class. Circnlars. A circular is a printed letter sent in identical terms to several persons. It may bear a written, typewritten or hand-stamped date, name and address of person addressed and of the sender, and corrections of mere typographical errors. When a name (except that of the addressee or sender), date (other than that of the circular), or anything else is handwritten or typewritten in the body of a circular for any other reason than to correct a genuine typographical error, the circular is subject to postage at the firsticals not

elass (letter) rate,

whether sealed or unsealed.

Reproductions or imitations of handwriting and typewriting obtained by means of the printing press, neostyle, multigraph, or similar mechanical process, will be treated as third-class matter, provided they are mailed at the postoffice or other depository designated by the Postmaster in a minimum number of twenty identical, unsealed copies. If mailed elsewhere or in less quantity, they will be subject to the first-class late. Matter for the Blind. Letters and reading matter for the blind are transmissible in the mails under certain conditions at special rates, which may be ascertained from the Postmaster. THE RATE OP POSTAGE on unsealed third-class matter is one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof, on each individually addressed piece or package. THE LIMIT OP WEIGHT of third-class matter is four pounds. Parcels of printed matter weighing more than four pounds which do not exceed the limit of weight and size for fourth-class matter come within that class and are mailable at the parcel post rates. ADDITIONS TO THIRD-CLASS MATTER. On the wrapper, envelope or tag or label attached thereto, or upon the matter itself, in addition to the name and address of the addressee, there may be written or printed the name, occupation and residence, or business address of the sender, preceded by the word "f r om." There may also be placed on the wrapper, envelope, tap or label, either written or otherwise, the inscription "Do not open until Christmas," or words to that effect, and any printed matter mailable as third-class, but there must be left on the address side a space sufficient for a legible address, postmark and the necessary postaere stamps. The words "Please send out," or "Post up," or other similar directions itself without subjecting it to postage at the letter rate. not be placed upon the wrapper of third-class matter or upon the matter On the mntter itself the sender may place all that is permitted on the wrapper, and may make marks other than by written or printed words to call attention to any word or passage in the text, and may correct any typographical errors. There mav also be written or printed upon any photograph, or other mntter of the third class, a simple manuscript dedication or inscription not in the nature of personal correspondence. Such words as

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"Dear Sir," "My dear friend," "Yours truly," "Sincerely yours," "Merry Christmas," "Happy New Year," and "With best wishes," written upon thirdelass matter, are permissible inscriptions. A serial number written or impressed upon third-class matter does not affect its classification. Written designation of contents, such as "printed matter," "photo," is permissible upon the wrapper of third-class matter. Enclosures. A single card bearing the written name and address of the sender, or an envelope bearing a written or printed name and address of the sender, may be inclosed with a circular or other third-class matter without affecting its classification. Hand-stamped imprints on third-class matter will not affect its classification except when the added matter is in itself personal or converts the original matter into a personal communication; in the latter case, however, the mailing at one time at the Postoffice window or other depository designated by the Postmaster of not less than twenty identical, unsealed copies will be sufficient evidence of impersonal character to entitle such matter to the third-class rate. Corrections in proof-sheets include the alteration of the text and insertion of new matter, as well as the correction of typographical and other errors; include also marginal instructions to the printer necessary to the correction of the matter or its proper appearance in print. Part of an article may be entirely rewritten if that be necessary for correction. Corrections should be upon the margin of or attached to the proof-sheets. Manuscript of one article cannot be inclosed with proof or corrected proof-sheets of another except at the first-class rate.

FOURTH-CLASS MATTER (DOMESTIC PARCEL POST) FOURTH-CLASS MATTER EMBRACES that known as domestic

parcel post mail, and includes merchandise, farm and factory products, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and plants, books (including catalogues), miscellaneous printed matter weighing more than four pounds, and all other mailable matter not embraced in the first, second and third classes. EXTENT AND USEFULNESS OF PARCEL POST The domestic parcel post offers a convenient, quick and efficient means of transporting mailable parcels to any Postoffice in the United States or its possessions. The service reaches more places than any other transportation agency. It brings producers and consumers into closer contact, thus opening the way to reducing the high cost of living. Special treatment and advantages are accorded to shipments of farm products weighing between 50 and 70 pounds. Low postage rates, based on the service rendered, are provided. The rates to near-by zones are particularly advantageous. Parcels may be insured against loss and may be sent C. O. D. RATES OF POSTAGE TO BE FULLY PREPAID UNSEALED are as



follows:







weighing four ounces or less, except books, seeds, plants, one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof, any distance. (b) Parcels weighing eight ounces or less containing books, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and plants, one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof, regardless of distance. (c) Parcels weighing more than eight ounces containing books, seeds, plants, etc., parcels of miscellaneous printed matter weighing more than four pounds, and all other parcels of fourth-class matter weighing more than four ounces are chargeable, according to distance or zone, at the pound rates shown in the following table, a fraction of a pound being considered a full pound: The local rate applies to parcels mailed under the following conditions: (1) At any Postoffice for local delivery at such office: (2) At any city letter carrier office, or at any point within its delivery (a) Parcels

etc.,

from that office;which a rural route starts, for delivery on such route, or when mailed at any point on a rural route for delivery at any other point thereon, or at the office from which the route starts or for delivery on any other rural route starting from the same office. ALASKA, HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, ETC.— The eighth zone rate of 12 cents for each pound or fraction thereof on all parcels weighing more than four ounces (except books, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and plants, weighing eight ounces or less), applies (1) between the United States and the Hawaiian islands; (2) between the United States and its postal agency at Shanghai, China; (3) between any two points in Alaska and between any point in Alaska and any other point in the United States; (4) between the United States and the Canal Zone; (5) between the United States and the Philippine islands; (6) to. from or between Guam, Tutuila and Manua and other islands of the Samoan group east of longitude 171 degrees west of Greenwich, and the United States and its other possessions; (7) between the United States and its naval vessels stationed in limits, for delivery by carriers (3) At any Postoffice from

foreign waters.

CANADA, CUBA, MEXICO AND REPUBLIC OF PANAMA — The

rate of

12 cents for each pound or fraction thereof also applies to fourth-class matter, including seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and plants (but excepting books and other printed matter on which the rate is one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof in all cases), weighing more than four ounces

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and not exceeding four pounds six ounces when mailed to Canada, Mexico. Cuba and the Republic of Panama. (Parcels weighing: up to 20 pounds may be sent to Mexico, Ecuador, Salvador and the Republic of Panama as foreign parcel post mail under the parcel post conventions with those countries.) THE LIMIT OF WEIGHT of fourth-class matter is 70 pounds for parcels mailed for delivery within the first, second and third zones, and 50 pounds for all other zones. LIMIT OF SIZE Parcel post matter may not exceed eighty-four inches in length and girth combined. In measuring a parcel the greatest distance in a straight line between the ends (but not around the parcel) is taken as its length, while the distance around the parcel at its thickest part is taken as it3 girth. For example, a parcel thirty-five inches long, ten inches wide, and five inches high measures sixty-five inches in length and girth combined. NAME AND ADDRESS OF SENDER A parcel of fourth-class matter may not be accepted for mailing unless it bears the name and address of the sender, which should be preceded by the word "from." ADDITIONS TO FOURTH-CLASS MAIL The written additions permissible upon third-class matter also may be placed on fourth-class matter, together with any marks, numbers, names or letters for purpose of description, or they may be placed on the wrapper or cover, tag or label. There may be written on the blank leaves or cover of any book a simple manuscript dedication or inscription not in the nature of personal correspondence. Space sufficient for a legible address, postmark and the necessary postage stamps must be left on the address side of parcels. INCLOSURES There may be inclosed with fourth-class matter a written or printed invoice showing the name and address of the sender and of the addressee; the names and quantities of articles inclosed, together with inscriptions indicating "for purpose of description," the price, style, stock number, size and quality of the articles; the order or file number, date of order and date and manner of shipment; and the initials or name of the salesman, or of the person by whom the articles were packed or checked. Inscriptions, such as "Merry Christmas," "With best wishes," "Do not open until Christmas," or words to that effect, may be written on fourthclass mail, or on a card inclosed therewith. PURLIC LIRRARY ROOKS, otherwise mailable as parcel post matter, may bear any printed or written mark constituting a necessary inscription for the purpose of a permanent library record. PROPRIETARY ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE, such as harmless medicinal preparations, soaps, tobacco, food products, etc., put up in fixed quantities, in original sealed packages by the manufacturer so. as to allow examination of the packages in their simplest mercantile form and labeled in printing so as to show the nature of contents, quantity and name of the manufacturer, are mailable at the fourth-class rates of postage. If such sealed packages are inclosed in an outer wrapper, the latter must not be









sealed.



MEATS AND MEAT-FOOD PRODUCTS Before meat or meat-food products of cattle, sheep, swine or goats may be accepted for mailing: from one S'ate or Territory to another State or Territory, the certificate of inspection or exemption required by section 477, Postal Laws and Regulations, must he filed with the Postmaster. Such certificates must be prepared and furnished bv the sender. Dead bodies, or parts thereof, of any game birds or animals which are protected by the laws of any state are not mailable in such state, either in or out of season.

NURSERY

STOCK, including all field-grown florists' stock, trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, grafts, scions, buds, fruit pits and other seeds of fruit and ornamental trees or shrubs, and other plants and plant products for propagation, except field, vegetable and flower seeds, bedding plants and other herbaceous plants, bulbs and roots, may be admitted to the mails only when accompanied with a certificate from a state or Government inspector to the effect that the nursery from which such nursery stock is shipped has been in^pr-cted w'thin a vear and found free from injurious insects, and the the parcel containing such nursery stock is plainly marked to show natu™» of the oont^nts nnd the name and address of the sender. Pl/ACE OF MAILING Parcels of books, seeds and plants, weighing more than eiprht ounces and parcels of other fourth-class matter weiVhmg more tha*i four nunrpe, must bp mailed at a postoffice, branch pos + officc nam^d, numherod or lettered station, or delivered to a rural or other carrier duly authorized to receive such matter. Smaller parcels may be deposited in letter or package boxes.



INSURANCE OF FOURTH-CLASS MAIL mvoTTfov^ TT'nnrth-olasp or d<"vmp<3t?o nqropl FFF« AND

po^t mail (but no other) may be insured against loss upon payment of a fee of 3c for value not exceeding *5: 5 cents for value not exceeding: $25. 10 cents for value not exceeding $50 or 25 cents for value not exceeding $100. in addition to the postage, both to be prepaid with stamps affixed. RETURN RECEIPTS FOR INSURED PARCELS may be obtained by indorsing the parcels and tags "Return receipt desired."

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INDEMNITY FOR LOST INSURED PARCELS is paid for their actual value within the limit of insurance. However, when an article is so damaged as to render it wholly worthless, it is regarded as lost, provided it was packed and indorsed in accordance with the postal requirements. No indemnity is paid for labor, workmanship, etc., in repairing partial damage.

COLLECT-ON-DELIVERY SERVICE CONDITIONS AND FEE.

Parcels of fourth-class parcel post matter (but no other) may be sent C. O. D. from one domestic money order postoffice to another, including those in the Canal Zone, on payment of a fee of 10 cents in addition to the postage, both to be prepaid with stamps affixed. The amount to be collected and remitted to the sender must not exceed $100. The remittance is made by postoffice money order, the fee therefor being included in the amount collected from the addressee. A C. O. D. tag furnished by the postmaster must be filled in by the sender and attached to the parcel. The C. O. D. fee also covers insurance against loss up to $50. A RECEIPT is given the sender of a C. O. D. parcel at the time of mailing, but no return receipt is furnished, as the remittance shows that delivery has been made. EXAMINATION OF CONTENTS OF A C. O. D. PARCEL is not permitted until it has been receipted for and all charges paid. INDEMNITY FOR LOST C. O. D. PARCELS is paid for the actual value not to exceed $100, under the conditions governing the payment of indemnity for lost insured parcels.

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FACTS

WORTH KNOWING

San Francisco is the most modern city in the world; $100,000,000 having been spent in public and $400,000,000 in private improvements since 190$. San Francisco's bank clearings exceed the combined clearings of all other cities of the Pacific Coast. San Francisco has over 130.000 telephones, or at the rate of one service for every four persons of the population. San Francisco is the wholesale distribution center for the Pacific Slope States.

San Francisco's hotels far exceed in quality those of any city In the world of similar size. San Francisco is the metropolis of the Pacific Ocean and the Gateway of the Orient.

any

San Francisco has the largest and most interesting Chinese quarter of city in the United States. San Francisco has the best working climate of any city in the world. San Francisco has the finest municipal hospital and the most adequate

system. San Francisco's postal receipts have doubled since 1910, and the bank clearings of San Francisco have increased 125 per cent since the last census was taken in 1910. The total coinage of the United States Mint at San Francisco, since it was established in 1854, is $2,047,025,667.37, of which the gold coinage has been $1,745 678,433.50. » In San Francisco are the headquarters of the Western Department of the United States Army, of the Twelfth Naval District and of the Federal fire protection

Reserve Bank, District of the Pacific Slope. San Francisco has the most beautiful park, the finest harbor and the best people in the world.

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A ACCOUNTANTS — CERTIFIED

AGR ICTI LTUR A L IMP LE M E N TS

PUBLIC

ATKINSON, THUS. Koum 808. Kearny

(Manufacturer**) Sansome

201

E..

St.,

HOLT MANUFACTURING

Fred L. Balboa bldg. Suteugiues and har-

CO., The,

Seibel, branch mgr., 304 ter 1252. Also traction vesters.

4557. H., 268

WALTER Market St. SutHOPKLNSON, ARTHUR C. & CO., 906 Merchants' Exchange Bldg. Sutter 1428. AIR SPRING MANUFACTl KERS ROBINSON & BOURS, 625 Market St. Sutter WEST1NGHOUSE AIR SPRING CO., A. W. 1848. CRAMi.R, ter

2588.

ALPIIONSE, 402-403 Nevada Bank

SLTiEii, Bldg.

Sutter 3179.

Maier, Pacific Coast Mgr., 1610 Van Ness Westiughouse Air Ave. Prospect 1850. Springs for Motor Cars.

ACCOUNTANTS —PUBLIC BARCLAY

CALCULATING

BUREAU,

Balboa Bldg.. 593 Maiket St. Inventories, Statistical or

ALUMINUM GOO OS 215

Douglas 5425. Departmental

Work.

BUME, THEODORE,

Douglas

DENHAM,

C. A. 1340.

&

CO.,

704

Hobart bldg.

FOSTER, 924 Hearst bldg. SutCost accouutant. GEDDES, JAMES A., 508 Insurance Exchange bldg. Sutter 3339. Specialist municipal accounting. ROWE, uORDON CO., 311 California st. Garfield 1102. Also Auditors. RUQKSTELL & LAND, Claus Spreckels bldg. J.

Kearny 4151. Garfield

St.

CO.,

Manitowoc,

693 Mission SutWis.

AMUSEMENTS CLARK CAFE AND AMUSEMENT PALACE,

ter 3056.

TLCKER, GEORGE

Office,

5291.

1174 Phelan bldg. Garprivate cable codes

ami accounting.

DE HAAS.

Home

St, ter

Compiling

2866.

field

ALUMINUM GOODS MFG.

Room

F.,

320 Market

17,

2487.

ADDING MACHINES

Cabaret, Valeucia 5616. 2435 Mission St. Bowling, Billiards, Restaurant and Bar. LOOP'S HIPPODROME, Johu Fried le, Mgr., Pacific 5102. 811 Great Highway.

ANTIQUES FALVY.

Sutter 6939.

A., 578-580 Sutter st.

APARTMENTS ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS,

Alfred Maart, Prospect 1720. ALTA CASA APTS.. Mrs. N. Emerson. Mgr., Dougcorner California and Powell Sts. Prop.,

860 Geary

st.

las 5560.

ACCOUNTING MACHINE

CO., INC., 1003 MoDouglas 2861. Century and

nadnock bldg. Amco adding machines, listing and

non-list-

ing.

DALTON ADDING MACHINE

CO.. W. W. Erskine, Mgr.. 618 Mission St. Sutter 4952.

ARDEN APARTMENTS, 1005 Larkin Franklin 3367. AVONDALE APARTMENTS, 2242 Polk Prospect

st.

st.

3428.

BEAN, MRS.

G. A., 1127

Mgr.,

1350

Wasliingtoa

Fianklin

st.

BECK AND KEN I L WORTH

Aprs., 660 Bush 698 Bush st. Kearny 3188.4230. Three and four rooms; single and three rooms. W. H. Harshberger, mgr. BRET HAUTE APARTMENTS, Mrs. J. E. Morse. Mgr., 726 Sutter st. Prospect 1209. BTTRLINGAME APARTMENTS. Mrs. Georgie Trowbridge, Mgr., 10S6 Post Franklin 4677. CASA LOMA Apartments. H. E. Gill, prop., 903 Pine st. Franklin 54. CHARLEMAGNE API'S.. Mrs. N. Emerson, Mgr., 1035 Geary St. Franklin 26S0. COLORADO APARTMENTS, Mis. Geoigie Trowbridge, Mgr., 653 Sutter st. Prospect St.,

ADDRESSING MACHINES BELKNAP RAPID ADDRESSING MACHINE CO., W. W. Erskine, Pres., 618 Mission st. Sutter 4952. ELLIOTT ADDRESSING MACHINE CO., William L. Hovis, Dist. Mgr., 114 Sansome st. 6072.

Slitter

ADVERTISING

.

WILSON W. HAROLD, News Advertising, 621 Call Bldg.

-

Publicity aad Sutter 2859.

1S33.

0ORON ADO APARTMENTS.

ADVERTISING AGENCIES KATZE SPECIAL ADVERTISING AGENCY, Clarence Colman, Mgr., 709 Monadnock bldg. Sutter 74!t8.

ADVERTISING At THRIFT.

L.

Post St.

D.

Casli Discount

Cebrian.

Sutter 4272.

Gen.

Mgr..

57

Not a Trading Stamp.

ADVERTISING — GENERAL UNTVFRSAL ADVERTISING set

Bldg.

Sutter

CO.,

35-36 Sun-

5131.

ADVERTISING AND DISTRIBUTING

R. L. Anderson. Mgr., Owner. 1590 Sacramento St.. coiner Larkin. Franklin 1316. CRYSTAL COURT APARTMENTS. Mrs. L. Feldman. Prop., 1145 Pine st. Franklin 46">5. Furnished and Unfurnished Apartments. CURTAZ APARTMENTS. Helen L. Gilmore, Mgr., 1106 r*rs'' s.(. Franklin 3r,ns DALLAS APARTMENTS. Mrs. Twombly. Mgr.. 1144 Larkin st. Prospect 22i*S DOLORES APARTMENTS. A. Benb.t. Mar., 2306 Market St. Market 392. DRIS'COLL APARTMENTS. Clarn A. Warren, Mgr.. 600 Geary st.. corner Tones. Frank lin

4122.

ELIZABETH

Two

and Three Rooms.

APARTMENTS. Howard biowftv. Owner. 2514 Clav st. West ELLEN APARTMENTS. G. M. Hnnken. 17-10

Polk

Fra-iklin

st.

Bo *U74 Mgr.,

8172

SAN FRANCTSCO ADVERTISING AND DIS- HOMER APARTMENTS. Mrs. M. Re*. 840 Yr>n Ness ve. Franklin 63S0 TRIBUTING CO., W. J. McEldowney. Mgr.. 521 Howard st. 6343. LA FONTAINE APARTMENTS. Mrs. J. Kearny

Mgr..

:

House

to

House Distributing.

son,

Owner,

1110 Pine

St,.

R<>tn

Prospect 2370

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER APARTMENTS (Continued)

22

Mrs. J. W. GathMarket 9274. 978 McAllister St. MARTINIQUE, The, 737 Bush st. Garfield

MAN TO U AT A RTMENTS, I

KURAHASHI,

Sutter 5467.

PACIFIC

ART GLASS

ART GLASS

2402.

MAXWELL APARTMENTS. Miss MacArthur, Franklin 132. 623 Tavlor St. Mgr. NEWTON HOTEL. Mrs. C. Anderson, Prop., Park 6988,

383 Oth St.

BEG N A

Al'TS..

I

Push

Mrs.

WESTERN

ART

WORKS,

N. Emerson, Mgr., 972

Fred

Prosser,

A.

DANNER

Pros-

port 1000.

ST.

rilARLES APARTMENTS,

mento

Franklin

St.

STEINIIART

1474

Sacra-

& BAKER, 3254 22d St. Va3201. IWATA, T. & CO., 253-255 Post St. DougImporters Japanese and Chines© las 5463. lencia

2166.

Mrs. Tillsburg Boyd, Franklin 7200. Rooms Mgr., 952 Sutter St. and Apartments Furnished. TROST APARTMENTS, T. J. Day, Prop., Valencia 3068. 3009 Mission St. VERDUN APTS.. Mrs. L. Rinerseide, ProprieFranklin 8773. tress. 1379 Sntter St. WARREN APARTMENTS, 642 Ellis St. Prospect 3740 WINSTON, R. H.. 214 Pacific Bldg. DougHotels and Apartment-Houses. las 886. WOLFF APARTMENTS, H. Kenlein, Prop., Franklin 2130. 525 O'Farrell st.

APTS.,

Art Goods.

PRINT ROOM, Garfield

YOSH1ZAWA, Kearny

CO., The, Henry R. Am. Natl. Bank

HUNTER, W.

GUMP,

57 Post St., 414-15 MeBldg. Sutter 299. MexiInvestments. Wholesale and Re-

tail.

K.,

&

S.

CO.,

G.

EDWARD

G., 233 Post st.

Kearny

M„

859 Flood Bldg.

Kearny

1143.

BURG REN,

A.

At*.

246 Post St. Douglaa

VICKERY, ATKINS & TORRE Y

550

CO.,

Kearny 5371.

Sutter.

KAUFMAN, MRS.

W., 30 Woodland Ave. Park

1874.

CORNELIUS,

A. W., 909-910 Merchants NaRank Bldg. Kearny 4406. DOLLIVER. J. W., Insurance Exchange Bldg.

B.,

542 Hayes St.

Mar-

ket 3747.

ART REPAIRING 480 O'Farrell

3256. Repairing of art goods appliances.

744.

Morris

Grant

ART GOODS AND INTERIOR

ARCHITECTS BRUCE,

560

CO.,

4128.

SCHRAMM, JOHN.

BOLLES,

st.

700.

N., Institute

Land

Sutter

ART AND FANCY WORK

APPRAISER OP FARM LANDS chanics'

540

ART GOODS, ORIENTALS, FURNITURE AND ANTIQUES

Bracken, dist. mgr., 815-16 bldg. Sutter 2045.

can

The,

INC.,

1423.

DECORATING

APPRAISERS AMERICAN APPRAISAL

Franklin 2651. Also

st.

ART GOODS

.

Franklin 4508. 879 Turk St. Mgr ST. ANTHONY APTS., 795 Geary st.

AND

GLASS

105 Turk

shade works.

ROSI.YN APARTMENTS, Mrs. Vermillion, Mgr 212 Leavenworth St. Franklin 2609.

SENTINEL APARTMENTS.

& SHADE

CO., Rowland HuntProps., 1130 Mission St. Park 1407.

er,

Franklin 6371.

St.

338 Consular bldg, 510 Bat-

T.,

tery st.

rUlit.

st.

Prospect

and

electrical

ART STUDIOS COUNTESS DU CHANE'S ART STUDIO, Kearny

MANDAIN

408

Sutter 2318.

St.

IMPORTING

Mgr., 527 Grant Ave.

Mr. CO., China 520.

Young,

tional

ARTIFICIAL LEATHER & IVORY

Sutter 3025.

FALOH,

WALTER

Kearny

C,

1201-2-3 Hearst Bldg.

3970.

FANTONI.

CHARLES,

550

Montgomery

St.

du

Chronicle

Sntter 2216.

LANSBURGH, ALBERT

G.,

709 Mission St.

Douglas 335.

LOFQUIST, JOHN

527 Chronicle Bldg.

0.,

phone.

MASTROPASQUA,

LOUIS,

Douglas 4437. MAY RECK.' HOWARD Bide. Douglas 1454.

PYRAIilN PRODUCTS PONT de NEMOURS, B. I. CO.,

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Market

St. I-egs.

6055.

Bt.

MOOSER, WILLIAM. Bldg.

& WHITE.

11th Floor

426 Lick

Nevada Bank

Kearny 1482.

RALLY. LLOYD. 604 Mission ROUSSEAU & ROUSSEAU,

St. Sutter 973. 110 Sutter St. Kearnv 5703. Also Engineers. SHELDON, MARTIN A., French Bank Bldg., 110 Sutter St. Douglas 5969. SUMNER, CHARLES (formerly Charles Sumner Kaiser), 57 Post St. Sutter 407. & BLOHME. 308-309 Alaska Commereial BldR. Sutter 119. WEEKS. W. II., 75 Post St. Douglas 751. WELSH & CAREY, room 503-4 Merchants' National Bank bldg. Sutter 6468.

WARD

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS WEEKS' A DAY,

933 Phelan

Bldg.

Kearny

812.

ENGINEERS

DTCKTE. Kearny

ARTISTS HINER,

CHAS.

D. W. 2907.

A

R.

Z.,

112

Market

St.

CO., 84 Specialty Arms

7tb

and

—COMMERCIAL, L.,

523

Underwood

Bldg.

Douglas 4844. Catalogue Illustration and Machinery Specialist. MANN EL, GEORGE F., 523 Market St. Donglas 4844. Aero Views of Factories, Manufacturing Plants. Real Estate Sites, etc. MELLER, REGINALD B., 503-4 Merchants



ComNational Bank Bldg. Sntter 6468. m-reial Art and Design. RAUSCHNABEL. W. F., 420 Sutter St. Donglas

1360.

ROTHE, LEWIS,

1805 Clans Spreckels Bldg.

Douglas 3425.

Unique Ideas for Ilustrating

Advertising.

SERGEANT, Sutter

5011.

TOD1IUNTER, Center 5361.

ARCHITECTS (NAVAL) AND

INC..

Sutter 8640.

No AUNGER ARTIFICIAL LIMB

Washington

580

Bldg.

JUDSON,

1204 Hearst Bldg. Advertising Artist. FRANCIS, 461 Market St. Color and Line Work.

ARTIST'S SUPPLIES RABJOHN & MORCOM, 240 Post St. las 5042.

Doug-

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ARTICHOKES SAN FRANCISCO ARTICHOKE GROWERS' ASSN., 617 Front

1407

581.

Garfield 7507.

St.

Mission

Wisconsin.

JAPANESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 444 Bush st. -Sutter 1087. KINGSTON CLUB, 216 Powell. Douglas 5701. MASTER PLASTERERS' ASSOCIATION. William

ANLISCO,

Post

209

CO.,

\'

NEWSPAPER MEN'S CLUB OF SAN FRANNIPPON CLUB. THE,

ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS GEO.

WAR WORK

CISCO. 77 O'Farivil

Su tter 1050.

Kearny

120 Page St. Park 933. tra.ik C. Truce/. Sec. 105 Jones St. Franklin 4880. flONAL COUNCIL, Y. M. C. A., F. A. McCarl, Executive Sec. of Western Division, 507 First National Bank Bldg. Sntter ^020.

MOOSE CLUB,

ASPHALT BARBER ASPHALT PAVING JAMES.

CO.,

A.

28

St. Sutter 8820. 740 Taylor st. Prospect

6456.

Place.

Belden

652.

^^^^^

ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES

100 PER CENT CLUB, W. C. Hague, Exec. Mgr., Arcade Floor, Monadnock Bldg. Kearny Pacific Coast buying center. 863. Public invited without obligation.

COAST

PACIFIC

BRAUN-KNECHT-HE1MANN

CO., 576 MisKearny 3493. Chemicals, Laborasion St. tory and Assayers' Supplies.

COOKS'

INC., C. G. Johnson, Prospect 3296. Mgr.,

Iloo^e.

R.

Eddy

181

INC.,

ASSOCIATED SIGN PAINTERS OF SAN FRANCISCO, W. J. Burchell, Sec, 12 Geary

Sutter 6700.

523 Merchants' Exchange Bldg.

515-

Sutter 3037.

CALIFORNIA DEVELOPMENT BOARD,

Ferry Robert Newton Lynch,

FOUNDRYMEN'S

CALIFORNIA

TION, William H. St.

Thille,

CIATION. 21G Pine

St..

Room

607.

VELERS' AID SOCIETY OF CALIFOUFerry Bldg.. Field Office: Room 91 n Hearst Bldg.. Executive Office. Sntter 1336. Field Office: Sntter 1337. F\-orntiv<> Office.

v

Garfield

St.

'R

Flood Bldg.

Stanley. Sec.

Market

METAL TRAPES ASSOCIATION. 210 Rialto Bldg. Kearny 3412. CAT 'FOR XI A ^TATp AUTO ASSOCIATION, Prospect 4nfi4. 1628 Van Ness. COT OYT M CLUB 907 Powell. Ponsilns 3*570

DOWN TOWN

ASSOCIATION. 57 Post st. Sutter 3.T13. Are von a member? FAMTLY CLUB. THE. 545 PoWell St. Sntter 800. Pres., .T. W. Dorsev: Mgr.. J. Olson: Asst. Secy., R. C. Walkc. GJFLS- FRIENDLY SOCIETY LODOE. Mi^s Chase. dence. «elf

House Mother. 1125 ElUs Wp«t 17~
snnwt'n;

GRAND LODGE.

Resihomo for

St.

frills. T.

O. O. F.

OP r'*LTFORNTA. «

H. D. Richardson. Grand Secretary. H. W. Brunk. Grand Master. Berkeley. Cal. Seventh and Market sts. Market 936. cinftor 65H5

JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. Bush ident.

st.

Georsre Shima. General RecreTarv.

Sutter 5124.

R. Kazaki.

444

JAPAXESF ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO. S W*>*t 5848.

Scito,

Manager. 1619 Lagnna

st.

near Van Ne«s Ave

ATHLETIC GOODS Adb'eman. Mgr.. 20 Second

St..

A. CO., J. corner Mar

Sutter 1214.

ATTORNEYS \RROTT. WM. M.

613 Holbronk Bldg.

Sntter

3200.

A INS WORTH. City

HARRY

City

T..

R.

Park

Hall.

VLLAN.

C.

Attorney's Office.

8500. 536 Mills Rldtr.

Douglas

41SK.

NTTTON Y. H.

M.. 610 Humboldt Rank RIok Douglas 3638. \PPET.L. GEORGE, 417 Humboldt Bank Bldg. Douglas 275. ARMSTRONG. R. M. J.. 240 Montgomery St. \

Garfield

2170.

\SHER. MAURICE Kearny

L..

412-418 Chronicle Bldu

307.

AUTOMOBI LISTS LAW BOARD

INC..

Linnell. Pres. 393 Monadnock Bldg. S04. BALL. A. EVERETT. 020 Mills Rldu. 1339.

Bldg.

Pres-

St..

WRTOHT & DITSON VICTOR

HOMV TxnrSTRV ttmolk CALIFORNIA. RARATY. GUS rMrijr. Call

Oak

670.

Bldg.,

CALIFORNIA

St.

CVMP COMMUNITY SERVICE. 460 Kearnv 2<-00 WORKMEN EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION, INC., 141 Albion ave. Market 7634. YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. CATHOLIC FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION. George A. 1

Sut-

1818.

CLUB. THE. 800 Powell

ERSTTY"

1

Sntter 900.

ket St.

Market

Sut-

St.

NIA. Wallace M. Alexander, Pres.: Mrs. Suzanne C. Gomez. Executive See.. Room 9,

ter 2688.

625

(|.\ 783.

ter 5641.

CALIFORNIA METAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. Merchants' National Bank

Garfield 2167.

William Scott. Sec. 185 Stevenson

Sec, 525 Market

CALIFORNIA GRAPE PROTECTIVE ASSO-

ESTATE BOARD,

"EAM AND AUTO TRUCK ASSOCIATION.

ASSOCIA-

Sutter 4250.

non-sectarian.

X FRANCISCO RESTAURANT A
BOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO, Douglas 340. 444 Market St. BOflEMI AN CLUB, Post and Taylor sts. Franklin 2441. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Raymond O.

CALIFORNIA BAKERS' ASSOCIATION,

St.

Mills Building, room 530.

Douglas 1199.

Hanson. Scout Executive, 704 Market St. Garfield 520. (1100 Mutual Bank Bldg.) BUILDERS' EXCHANGE, J. B. McGilvray, Pres.; R. J. H. Forbes, Sec, 180 Jessie

(Home)

Society.

SAN FRANCISCO REAL

ORDER

Sutter 1220. Bldg. Vice- Pres. and Mgr.

Frank

St.

Market St.. Mrs. M. J. 1499 California St.. corner Larkin. Franklin 3424. Auspices of Catholic Ladies' Aid

931.

A. S. Bier, Rep., 902 Chronicle Bldg. Market 7083. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite. A. A. S. R. Symbolic. ANCIENT OF FORESTERS, John Falconer. Permanent Sec, 316 Chronicle Blilg. Douglas 3289.

St.

St.

Douglas 5183. Headquarters 005 Smith. Grand Sec.,

AMERICAN MASONIC FEDERATION,

St.

149 Mason

PACIFIC COAST WAITERS' ASSOCIATION, F.

Market

ASSOCIATION,

Mgr.,

lin 4690. ASSOCIATIONS, SOCIETIES, LODGES, PHOENIX CLUB. 107 Third CLUBS, ETC. ST. MARGARET'S CLLB. AMERICA'N BIBLE SOCIETY, 122 McAllis-

ter St.

Sut-

St.

MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION OF SAN

& ASBESTOS

CO., 110 Contractors and Sutter 3.3SO. Jessie St. Dealers Asbestos Pipe and Boiler Covering, Kouliigs aud Paints.

St.

Sec, 185 Stevenson

Scott,

S.

ter 5641.

ASBESTOS LEWIS ROOFING

23

L..

514-518

Hnmholdt

Banc

514

Hnmholdt

Bant

F..

»7!l

V..

Sntter S62.

RARKFR. FREDERICK Sutter

Mills

1335.

Bldg

Mexico practice exclusivelv JOHN F.. 1012 Mills Bids:. Dour

1436.

BARNETT. las

Donglaa

Sutter 862.

PARFTEI.D. CHAS. Rldg.

A. S. I>nngl4 a

Residence. Mill

Valley 125

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONIC! -E CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

24

ATTORNEYS

(Continued)

BARRETT & BARRETT. Bldg. Sutter '2111. BA Y RAYMOND J.,

!

502 Humboldt Dank

Phelan

659

It i;

Bldg.

Douglas 958.

BARTLETT.

LOUIS,

Claus

1700

Spreckels.

Kearny 5730.

BEDFORD.

W.

W.,

Monadnock

1021

Bldg.

DAMON, GKORGE. DAVIE, WM. B.,

DAVIS. JOHN F., 1409 Humboldt Bank Bldg. Douglas 3805.

DEAL, W. Post

Kearny 4451.

St.

DIBBLE, OLIVER,

Douglas 2o9,

AM.

Bldg.

900-11 Chronicle General practice.

O. 5079.

f

B.,

K nmv BENTSON. VICTOR

1201

L.,

Kearnv 20C(J. INGS, WM.

Kearny

Z.,

420 Phelan Bldg.

Kearny

4311.

BLOCH, BEN

Attorney's

District

Hall of Justice.

Office.

Sutter 2920.

BORLAND. ROBERT H.. 001-7 California-PaSutter 3144. cific Bldg., 105 Montgomery St. BOYXTOX. ALBERT E., 901 Insurance Exchange Bldg.

Sutter 2345. 817 Pacific Bldg. Douglas :-!544. Consul of Spain. BRAXDENSTEIN, H. U. 362 Mills Bldg.

BRAND, ARTHUR.

t

Kearny 575S.

D.,

Hearst

1101-5

Bldg.

DORN, WINFIELD,

1236 Merchants' Exchange Sutter 378. DORSEY, J. W., 808-11 Royal Insurance Bldg. Bldg.

Kearnv 4557.

THOMAS

DOZIER. 1103 1091.

THOMAS

B.,

Bank

National

First

B.,

JR.,

Kearny

Bldg.

HENRY

DROSTE,

I..

Kearny

Douglas 1710.

5717.

EI A KEM AN, T.

600 to

712-13 Mills Bldg.

WALTER

DORN,

Hearst BMg.

E., 927

I

68

3S19.

Bank

Nevada

General practice, (speSutter 422. Bldg. cialising in corporation law. BIEN, JOS. E., 1114 Head Bldg., 209 Post St.

BU

Sutter

S0O Foxcroft Bldg.,

G.,

J.

FRANK V.. 614 Mills Bldg. Sutter 46. DEVOTO, RICHARDSON & DEVOTO, 004 Foxcroft Rldg. Douglas 310. THEODORE A., 1002-4 Hobart Bldg.

BEF U BELL, I

Savings

1114-17 Hobart Bldg.

G.,

DE FOREST,

Hotter 750.

BE N

68 Post St. Douglas 4996. 362 Mills Bldg. Kearny

F., 846 Mills Bldg. Doug3104. DUKE, R. D., 425 New Call Bldg. Sutter 6100. DUNNE, P. F.. 709 Crocker Bldg. Sutter 606. EGAN, 123-125 Chronicle Bldg. J., Kearnv 3278. ELLSWORTH. OLIVER, 822 Mills Bldg. Douglas 3579. FILIPPINI, JOHN V., 474-6 Mills Bldg. Garfield 1749. FINCK. M. M., 303-4-5 Hearst Bldg. Kearny 4861. FORD. GEO. K., 823 Insurance Exchange Bldg. Kearnv 5713. FORSTER, L., 603 California Pacific Bldg. Sutter 3144. FRIEDMAN. LEO R., 508 American National Bank Bldg. Sutter 794. ISAAC, 991 Mills Bldg. Kearny Ja--

FRANK

BROWN. CHART ES L., 707-5 Pacific Bldg. Kearny 12S. BROWN. I. I., 1403-8 Merchants' National Bank Bldg. Sutter 345. Sutter 346. BROWN. JOSEPH A., 123-125 Chronicle Bldg. EDWIN Kearny 3278. BROWNRTONE. LOUIS H., 614-17 Humboldt Bank Bids. Sutter 5980. BUCHER, CARROLL S., 201 Merchants' ExFROHMAN change Bldg. Kearny 1020. 1175. BULL, FRANKLIN P., 1509-10-11 Chronicle Bldg.

T. JOHN., 116S.

Douglas

BYINGTON. LEWIS

341

F.,

Monadnock

Bldg.

618-20 Balboa Bldg.

Doiurlas 3S0.

CANELIS, LOUIS, Kearny

909-11

Bldg.

Chronicle

5079.

CANNON. KINGSLET W., 620 Sutter 3200. CANNON, WILLIAM M., 609

Holbrook Bldg.

T., 510-516 American National Bldg., Cal. and Mont. Douglas 1S39.

F. J., 245

Russ Bldg.

New

515

J.,

401-2

J.,

Chronicle

Park 8500.

5050.

Call Bldg.

Sut-

ter 50S5.

GALLAGHER. JAMES

L., 424-25

Hearst Bldg.

Sinter 2873.

GOODMAN, LOUIS

Humboldt Bank

614

E.,

Sutter 5980. GOLDEN, F. J., 1009 Bldg.

Bank.

Merchants'

National

Douglas 832.

GORRILL & TROWBRIDGE,

Sutter 3200.

Bank

Kearny GILLESPIE, M. Bldg.

Holbrook Bldg.

CAREY, JOHN

CASTELHUN,

VIRGIL

GARIBALDI,

Sutter 1199.

BUTLER,

Douglas

1861.

CAVITT. W. C, 245 Russ Bldg. Douglas

CHAMBERLIN, HERBERT, 639 Mills Sutter 5965. CHAPMAN, I. F., 607-8 Balboa Bldg.

946 Mills Bldg. Sutter 13S6. GRAY, R. S., Suite 309 Hobart Bldg. Sutter 6942.

HAGERTY, WM. Bldg.

1861.

Bldg.

Sutter

HANLON, CHAS. F., 501 Douglas 4330. HARDING & MONROE, Sutter

5216.

Humboldt Bank

130-2

R.,

Sutter 2141. to 503 Phelan Bldg.

105 Montgomery St.

3144.

CHAPMAN, EDGAR C, 624-25 Mills Bldg. HARRISON, EDWARD C, MAURICE E., 57 Douglas 2924. Douglas 326. Post St. CHICKERING & GREGORY, 1232 Merchants' HATHORN. RALPH L., 401 Foxcroft Bldg., Exchange Bldg. Kearny 2273. 68 Post St. Douglas 1470. CHRISTIE, WALTER, 1406 Claus Spreckels HA YNES, FRANK P., S19-21 Hewes Bldg. Sutter 2119 C. A., 705 Foxcroft Bldg., 68 Post

Bid-.'.

CHRISTIN,

Kearny 4210.

Kearnv OSS.

St.

WILLIAM HOWARD,

HAYNES, Bldg.

256

Mills

Kearny 3146.

EDWARD & JEREMIAH V., 569 HEGGERTY, CHARLES J., 809 Crocker Bldg. Douglas 1625. Kearny 4145. COGIILAN, NATHAN C, 68 Post St. Douglas HELLER, POWERS & EHRMAN, 711-722 NeCOFFEE.

I.

Mills Bldg.

4090.

COLEMAN, BYRON C,

GEORGE D., 506 to 508 BMg. Sutter 1999. COLLINS. GEORGE D., JR., 506 to 508

Claus Claus

II

st.

Spreckels Spreckels

Hldg.

Sutter

1900. (A. E. Cooley, Ralph California St. Sutter

COOLEY & LACHMUND II.

Laclimuud),

433

130.

COTTON, AYLETT

941.

HENDERSON. J. W., 508 Humboldt Bank Douglas 1110. Bldg. HENNING. CLARENCE, 611 Hearst Bldg.

Montgomery

Sutter 72.

COLLINS,

Kearny

vada Rank Bldg.

14

R. JR., District Attorney's Office, Hall of Justice. Sutter 2920. CRIST. WILEY F., 916-19 Chronicle Bldg. Garfield 38. CUSHING A CUSHINO. 821 First National Bank Bldg. Sutter 6S36. DAM, F. EL, 940 Pacific Bldg. Douglas 1223.

Douglas 229S. NAN M. H., Douglas 31 S8.

452-454

ICR

HERR, JOHN

S.,

Holbrook

564 Phelan Bldg.

Bldg.

Kearny

1079.

HETTMAN, WALTER Institute

Bldg.,

HODGHEAD, Bldg.

57

E.,

Post

BEVERLY

407-410 Mechanics' Sutter 458. st. 333 Holbrook L.,

Sutter 1737.

HOEFLER, COOK & SNYDER. Spreckels

HUPBARD, Bldg.

Bldg.

9th Floor Claus

Douglas 523.

WILLIAM

Douglas 2924.

P.,

624-626

Mills

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY HUDSON, OSCAR, Bush

St.

403-404

Alto

381

Bldg.,

Douglas 3048.

Fit AN K M., 1212 Merchants' ExSutter 491. cliange Bldg. JACKS, L. T., 703 Mills Bldg. Sutter 2014. JARED, ED F., 1225 First Natioual Bank Kearny 5173. Bldg. JOHNSON, P. W., 405 Postoffice Bldg. Market 970. C, 1019 Mills Bldg. GarJORDAN,' field 2650. KEANE, JAMES P., 613 Holbrook BUig. Sutter 3200. B. f KEENE. AUGUSTUS C, & Douglas 567G. 901-907 Hearst Bldg.

HULTMAN.

THOMAS

GEORGE

KELLY, JAMES RALEIGH,

Bank

G04 French

Sutter 5239.

Bldg.

KELLY, WILLIAM Eank Bldg.

9th

A.,

Sutter

26">4.

KEYKS & ERSKINE, Kearny

Bldg.

1006

Humboldt Bank

D., 430

Monadnock Bldg.

073.

EDWARD

KNIGHT,

Humboldt

Floor

Kearny 4014.

KNIGHT & HEGGERTY, 809 Crocker Kearny 4145. LATIMER, JAY MONROE, 447 Mills Garfield

Bldg. Bldg.

176.

LAUGHLIN, GAIL,

Kearny

862 Pacific Bldg.

1448.

CHARLES A., 614-615 Hobart Garfield 13S6. LEVIN, HYMAN, 783 Mills Bldg. 16(59. LEVIN, JOSEPH L., 123-4-5 Chronicle LEE,

Kearny

Bldg. Sutter Bldg.

327S.

LEVY, EUGENE W.,

560 Mills

Bldg.

Doug-

Notary Public. LIECHTI, A. W., Rooms 901-2, 110 Sutter las

140.

Kearny

LINIOKTH. WALTER .

St.

1993.

H., 712 Chronicle Bldg.

Douglas 1913.

LISTER,

HENRY

805-807

B.,

Pacific

Bldg.

Douglas 1415.

LOEWY, WALTER,

201 Sansome

Sutter

st.

6499.

LONG, PERCY Bldg.

LUM.

Exchange

V., 423 Insurance Sutter 4358. BERT F., 1305 Merchants'

Bldg.

Kearny

Exchange

1480.

MACOMBER. LLOYD, 704 Humboldt Bank Bldg. Douglas 971. MADDEN, WILLIAM M., 809 Crocker Bldg. Kearny 4145.

MANN,

SETH, 1040 Merchants' Exchange Bldg. Kearny 112. Attorney Traffic Bureau S. F. Chamber of Commerce. MANSON, PHILIP I., 801-804 Kohl Bldg. Sutter 59. MARTIN, J., 1003 Nevada Bank Bldg. Sutter 232. STICK & PARTRIDGE, 68 Post St.

EDWARD

MA

Kearny

088.

MATHEWS,

W., 308 Keyes Bldg., 26 Kearny 4318. CHAS. J., 454 Pbelan Bldg.

H.

Montgomery

St.

McDONNKIL, Kearny

5768.

McOLANAHAN & DERBY, Exchange Bldg.

McCULLOCH, ALEX, Market

Merchants'

1101

Kearny 3182.

Bank Bldg.

Hibernian

871.

CHARLES

McENERNEY, McKINSTRY,

J.

Mer-

812-16

L., Bldjr.

Bank

Kearnv 1154. W., 703 Market St. Sutter

chant*' National

*

590.

McGOWAN, BLAINE; McGOWAN, FRANK, 715-17

Humboldt Bank

Bids?.

Kearnv 4670.

McGOWAN & WORLEY, 302-4-5 Rank of Italy Bldg. Kearny 3092; Cliina 211. McKEVITT, HUOH K., 313-14-15 Hearst Bids.

Sutter 4464.

McNFLTY. FREDERICK W., Sutter

5687.

METSON. Balhnn

Sutter

St.

Pine

332

St.

MEYERSTFTN,

Donc'las

JOSEPH

511-523

Sutter 6464.

E., 900-2-4 First National Sutter 1909. MURPHY, FRANK E., 209-211 Farmers and Merchants' Bank Bldg., Stockton, Carlf. Stockton 662. General Practice. NAGLE, J. L., 642 Market St. Kearny 4618. NATHAN, MILTON A., 521-524 Chronicle Bldg. Sutter 6464. NELSON, EDMUND, 26 Montgomery St. Sut-

Bank Bldg.

ter

733.

NEW BURGH, Bank Bldg.

NICHOLSON,

C,

57

A. S., 1302-1305 Humboldt Sutter 2141. W. A. S., 1122-24 Hearst Bldg.

Douglas 6S7.

NORMAN, ROBERT

519

S.,

California

St.

Douglas 2818.

NUCKOLLS, MARSHALL,

416-417

Bank Bldg. Douglas 275. O'BRIEN, DANIEL S., Deputy

City Attorney,'

Park 8500.

City Hall.

OGDEN & OGDEN, Sutter

Humboldt

Monadnock

644

Bldg.

3388.

O'BRIEN,

J.

346-348 Mills Bldg.

P.,

Sutter

309.

O'CONNELL,

DANIEL,

942-44-46

Pacific

Douglas 600.

Pldg.

CLARENCE

ODDIE,

M., 793 Mills Bldg.

Gar-

field 76.

OPPENHEIM, Kearny

MORRIS,

281

O'F&rrell

St.

1120.

ORNBAUN & FRASER

(L. K. Fraser Ornbaun), 404 Nevada Bank Bldg.

&

O. A.'

Kearny

3S23.

EDWIN

OTIS.

112.

FRANK,

OTIS.

Exchnge

1040 Merchants'

M.,

Kearny

Bldg.

465

California

Kearny

St.

2724.

ROBERT C, Law Library, City PARCELLS, FRANK M., 609-610 Balboa Bldg. Sutter 6869. PARTRIDGE, JOHN S.; PARTRIDGE, K. C, 6S Post St. Kearny 988. PATTON, CHARLES L., 405-6 Mechanics' Institute Bldg., 57 Post St. Kearny 4543. PEART, HARTLEY F., 514-518 Humboldt Bank Bldg. Sutter 862. PEERY, CHARLES S., 950 Pacific Bldg. OWENS,

Park 8500.

Hall.

Douglas 1311.

PEMBERTON,

J.

379 Mills Bldg.

E.,

Sutter

1436.

GEORGE 367. PERKINS, THOMAS PERKINS, Bldg.

B.,

412-18

Chronicle

Kearny

Kearny

Office, 270.

PERRY, GEO.

A.,

5266;

222 Mills Bldg. Residence, Douglas

428 Mills Bldg.

D.,

Douglas

1510.

PETERSON, M.

Suite 309 Hobart Bldg.

H.,

Sutter 6942.

ALBERT,

PICARD,

700-701

Bldg.

Clunie

Garfield 556.

JOHN

PIDWELL,

Uonglas 1707. PIER, EARL H.,

513-514

T.,

Mills

Crocker Bldg.

401

Bldg. Sutter

6130.

PLUNKETT, W. T., 614 Mills Bldg. Sutter 46. RAGLAND, R. E., 130 McAllister St. Market 1950.

RICCARDI.

VINCENT,

C.

21

Columbus ave.

Sutter 4483.

RICHARDSON, W.

A.,

68 Post

st.

Douglas

310.

ROCHE &

IBOS. Albert T. Roche, P.

110 Sutter.

J.

Ibos,

Sutter 691.

ALBERT A., 836 Mills BldgSAMUELS, MARCUS LORNE. 719 Americas ROSENSIIINE,

Don:rlas 3164.

National Bank Bldg., 485 California St.

Gar-

1313.

SANDERSON, SARGENT,

B.

A.

A., 9th Floor CalifornioDouglas 523. Douglas V., 547 Mills Bldg.

570.

726

Post

St.

SAVAGE. THEODORE Bids.

Sutter 0220.

MICHAEL. HARRY

LEON

MORRIS,

Pacitic Bldg.

DREW & MACKENZIE,

TMrljr.

Doug-

507 Chronicle Bldg.

Kearny 3362.

field

McPTKF & MURRAY, las

58

931.

MOOSLIN, ALEXANDER,

25

E., 521-24 Chronicle Bldg.

J.,

502 Humboldt

Bank

Sutter 2717.

SCHU.SINGER, SIDNEY, Douglas 317.

572-74

Mills

Bldg.

.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

26

ATTORNEYS

A TTORNE YS

(Continued) Douglas

Faciflc Bldg.

gGIIHLTK. W. B.i C39

TOMENOTTI C.

SCHUNCK.

AUCTIONEERS

SCOT! & MITCHELL,

749 to 731 Phelan Bldg. Sutler 1879. BRIBE RT, D. K., 822 Buss Bldg. Sutter 1803. SH ADBUKNid, GEO. D., 1505 Humboldt Batik Douglas 2622. Bldg. SH ARPSTEEN, W. 0., 601 Mills Bldg. Doug10^7.

CHARLES

silURTLEFF,

JAMES

Market

1101-1103 Hobart Bldg., 5S2

C..

CURTIS, E., 314 Sutter DAVIS. CHAS. E. & CO.,

GALLICK,

SINTON, EDGAR. SMITH. EDWARD

Garfield 2866. publication.

Sutter 4673. 112 Market St. Kearny

:;r»o.

P., 1605 Claus Spreckels Sutter 4112. SOLINSKY. EDW. R. & F. J., 729 New Call Douglas 1484. Bidg. .SOTO, R. M. F., 807 Royal Insurance bldg.

Kearny 4557.

LM AN, JAMES

31*1 St.

Room

S.,

244 Kearny

600,

Sutler 5370.

HARRY

dTAFFORD.

W. M.

L,

f

W.

F.,

788

Kearny 1300.

Flood Bldg.

STARK, RALPH,

Douglas

Bldg.

Mills

547

570.

STEIXHART, McATEB & LEVY,

Kohl

420

Sutter 2471.

Bldg.

IDG ER, JAS.

A.,

0.

P.,

628 Montgomery.

Sutter 5379.

STRAWBRIDGE. CHESTER Bldg.

W., 806 Balboa

D., 333 Holbrook Bldg., 58 Sutter St. Sutter 1737. Jil'LLIVAN, W. F„ 821-23 Santa Marina Bidg., Kearny 350. 112 Market St.

SVENSON, SVEN TALBOTT,

H., 908 Hobart Bldg.

E. J., 901-2-3

Mutual Bank Bldg.

Kearny 3864.

I'ALGHER.

Sutter

E. B., 509-10 Mills Bldg.

Douglas

2120.

THOMPSON. WALTER Bldg., 995

Hewes

J., 810 to 814 Sutter 2665. St. D. L., 351 Russ Bldg.

Kearny

INC., 1400 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 444. Packard and Reo passenger cars and trucks. BARCLAY BROS., 4097 Mission St. Randolph 1046. Authorized Ford agents.

L. J., COMPANY, 124-126 Van Ness ave. Market 323. Central and Northern distributer Templar Motor Cars. BLTCK AUTOMOBILE AGENCY, R. F. Thompson. Mgr., l-"0o Van Ness Ave. Prospect 4000.

BOR1E,

CUNNINGHAM CAR AGENCY, 1616 Van Nesa Ave. Prospect 5897. "Custom built cars." DODGE BROS. MOTOR CAR. Essex Motor Car, Van Ness and Post. Franklin 250. FLYNN & COLLINS, 500 Golden Gate Ave., Polk. agency.

at

E., 321-22 Foxcroft Bldg., Residence 1285 Sutter 4535. Prospect 3642. Filbert St. TOWNE, PERCY E., 405 to 408 Chronicle Bldg, Kearny 32S2. TKEMONT. EDWIN J., 409-11 Mechanics InSutter 498. stitute Bldg. TYRRELL, JOHN R., 1510 Hewes Bldg. Sutter 4369. Residence, Market 111. UTTER, JOHN F., 725 Hearst Bldg. Kearny

Post St.

wen.

VAN DINE. MELVIN

Mills

Bidg.

323 Chronicle Bldg.

Gar-

E.,

714

Ave.

field

C.

N.,

WADE, II. M.f 309 Hobart Bldg. Sutter 0942. WASCERWITZ, M. H., 703-7 Claus Spreckels Bldg. Bullet

Kearny

448.

8., i»:r>.

1212

I!.

FRANK

WKIIE.

Humboldt

B.,

729

New

Douglas 1845. WEST, T. C, 912 Chronicle Eldg.

WHITE,

J. E.,

las R00.

WHITING Bldg.

Bank

Bldg.

Call

Bldg.

CO., 1417 Van Ness Distributors Mitchell

and Dort. 451 Baker St. West Authorized Ford agents. HARRISON, H. O., CO., Van Ness and Post. Franklin 250. Hudson and Dodge cars. HARTMANN MOTOR CO., Martin M. Hartinaiin, Prop., 1910 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 227. Apperson, Elgin and Oakland automo411.

HOLLE. JOSEPH, Twentieth and

Folsom. ValAuthorized Ford agent. KING. HARRY, & CO., 1130 Polk St. Pros5697.

Distributers for Oakland cars. CO. OF AMERICA. T. J. Morse, Mgr., 230 Fulton St. Market 630. Distributer for Locomobile cars. O'NEIL & HAYES. INC., 66-68 Eighth St. Market 77. Authorized Ford agents. RAND. C. D., & CO., 1519 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 337. Distributers for Mercer and pect

112.

LOCOMOBILE

Jordan cars.

RENSTROM. FRANK

O., CO.. Van Ness at Premier, Golden Gate ave. Park 6000. Grant and Briscoe pleasure cars. Grant and Atterbury trucks and Twin City and Belt

RANDOLPH

V.,

Garfield 3S.

1030

418-419

Monadnock

Hobart

Bldg.

4 IS").

WILLIAMSON, W.

F.,

1111

CO., Tony Holbeck, Mgr.. 1451 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 2005. Distributers for Romer cars. ROSE. LOU H., CO., Lou H. Rose, Pres., 1230 Chalmers Van Ness Ave. Prospect 2922. distributers.

Merchants'

Bunk Bldg. Sutter 8!)0 WILSON. O. C, 388-90-92 Mills Bldg.

IXTON MOTOR CAR

Ness

Avfe.

CO., Franklin 7350.

THE.

1250

Van

Doug-

Sutter 1208. D.,

ROAMER MOTOR CAR

\\

831 8S3 Monadnock Bldg.

WILLABD, JOHN Sutter

406.

Rail Tractors.

843.

WEBB,

Prospect

Ford

Authorized

506.

HANNON & DETJEN,

Kearny 3819.

VAVUK1S,

Prospect

FRAWLEY MOTOR CAR

encia

TODD, CLARENCE CS

1174 Phelan Bldg. manuscripts for

biles.

Market

'JTIORNBURY,

place

ANTHONY, EARLE C,

Sutter 2878.

STRlNGHAM, FRANK

We

AUTOMOBILES

SMITH, WILLABD Bldg.

Sutter 1264.

AUTHORS' AGENTS

1330. 070 Mills Bldg. J.,

M., 821 Mission St.

WRITERS' BUREAU, THE,

Garfield

St.

Sutter 4131. 134-13S Front. Sutter

St.

tisnn.

Foxcroft

800

A..

Kearny 4451.

Bldg.

•ST'

Kearny

Gar

E. von S, 510 Battery St.

I>.

1C65.

tielrt

•SIMS

St.

3034.

6306.

las

—ITALIA N

5S0 Washington

Na-

tional

Douglas



A UTOItfOBILKS USED ARNOLD, MAX, "Select used cars"

bought

1700 Van Ness terms. Ave., Cor. Sacramento. Franklin 202. ASSOCIATED AUTO CO., Sterling & AnderMarket son, Props., 295 Golden Gate Ave. for

9128.

casli;

sold

on

AVENUE AUTO SALES CO., D. W. Reed WCODWORTH, MARSHALL B., 512-1S ClunlC Prop,. 441 Golden Gate Ave. Park 6646. Douglas 448. Bldg. Evtiert Estimator on All Curs. 1017-18-19 STETSON. WRIGHT & WRIGHT & CENTRAL MOTOR EXCHANGE, 511 Golden Caiiield 2t»50. Mills Bldg. Gate Ave. Market S961. Used cars. YOUNG, H. S., 716 Nevada Bank Bldg. COAST AUTO CO.. 643-45 Van Ness Ave. Kearny 1988. Franklin 3665. New and used cars bought BIEOLEB. WILBUR G., 130 McAllister St. and sold. 5.149.

Market

1950.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

27

INC., 714 Van Ness. Franklin 3547. Special barList your used car with us. gains at all times. GOLDEN GATE AUTO CO., 348-350 Golden Dealers in Prospect 3250. Gate Ave. standard makes of used cars. COAST AUTO & TIRE CO., 584-86

EATON & ESTUDILLO, 430 Golden Gate Prospect 2902. GORMAN & BENNETT 473 Grove.

Guaranteed Valencia St. Market 8618. High-grade used cars at your own terms. tires and vulcanizing. WHITE. J. G., 438 and 497 Golden Gate Ave. Franklin 857 and Market 3761. WRIGHT, G. C, 361 Golden Gate Ave. MarDealers in used cars. ket 2526.

Ness and California. Prospeet 30. Also upholstering and trimming. PENDERGAST BROTHERS, 363-369 Valencia St., opposite Ball Park. Market 35. Also

FRALD,

WEST

AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES CALIFORNIA TIRE AND FILLER

CO., Samuel Lind. Mgr., 3821 Geary St. Pacific 7777. CHANSLOR & LYON CO., INC., 1238 Van

Ness Ave.

Also

Prospect 929.

tires, oil

and

greases.

2400.

First-elass

GI'FFIN & YOUNG, 331 Grove St. Market 3 >85. Lettering and Monograms. LARKINS & CO., 1610 Van Ness Ave., Van

Trimming.

PORTLOCK,

G. C, 595 Valencia St., corner Seventeenth. Market 4174. Aute painting and trimming. High-class work. RUSZ, A. R., 724 Golden Gate Ave. Franklin 5542. First-class auto painting, lettering

and monograms.

TAKATA,

R., 224

Clement

St.

AUTOMOBILE PHOTOGRAPHERS

TANSEY, CROWE

CO., 1233

Van Ness Ave.

Prospect 2000.

TAY-NITE CORP., Hearst Bldg.

A. A. Barker, Mgr., 1025

Douglas 1866.

UNITED AUTO SUPPLY

DER WORKS

CO.,

515

Van Ness Ave.

Market 8556.

REPAIRS, ETC., 475 Grove

Market

St.

Also Repairing.

AUTOMOBILE ELECTRICIANS 1452

Prospect 2437.

St.

AUTOMOBILE EXPERT CARTON, H. pect 7000.

ProsJ., 1529 Van Ness Ave. Authorized Nash and Jeffery Cars.

ATKINS,

J. C, 395 Franklin St. Overland Specialist.

Park 7829.

1465 Bush St. Franklin Automobile work of all descriptions 1495. done by competent mechanics. *TUDEBAKER SERVICE CO., Alexander and Smith, 2360 Post St. West 297-298.

AUTOMOBILE MACHINE PARTS 612 Van Ness Ave.

H. M. Clark, Mgr.,

Prospect 1108.

Briscoe

car parts.

INGLIS,

J.

E., 1430

Van Ness Ave.

Franklin

2903.

AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS CALIFORNIA SHEET METAL WORKS, Market

St.

Wildenbayn,

E.

Prospect

1430 Bush

Mgr.,

St.

1717.

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING ACME GARAGE,

Leggo & Hogan, Props,, 424 Park 4; Park 1254. Also maebtn*

Stanyan. work.

BROWNE'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP, West

Special 5420. eight-cylinder machines. St.

repair

1915 Bnflh work on

San Francisco.

435 Gough St. Market Successor to De Cota Bros. CORNELY, E. A., INC., 1445 Bneb St. Prospect 290. Automobile repairing in all its branches. DALKAS, J., 258 Ninth St. Park 4300. FLETCHER H. A., 527 Gough St. Park 5017. General Repairing, Hudson Specialist and Stearn Service. GILMORE, J. J., 1214 Golden Gate Ave. Flit5261.

HACHMEISTER, ERWIN,

PETRY & BRANDT,

CO.,

CO.,

more 2648.

AUTOMOBILE MACHINISTS

BRISCOE PACIFIC

5160.

CHIDESTER, W. B„

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AGENCIES, Bush

Mosias, Prop., 610 Golden Gate Ave. Franklin 8098. Radiator and fender niano facturing and repairing.

I.

WESTERN RADIATOR AND FENDER MFG.

PIONEER AUTOMOBILE BODY BUILDING, 1778.

Prospect 3486.

MOSIAS RADIATOR AND FENDER WORKS,

Van Ness Ave.

1235-37

AUTOMOBILE BODY BUILDERS J..

6653.

418 Larkin.

SAN FRANCISCO FENDER AND RADIATOR WORKS, 1528 Van Ness Ave. Prospeet

CO., 538-546 Golden Gate Ave. Franklin 6062. Automobile Accessories and Kelly Springfield Tires.

MBNDES, M,

AUTO METAL WORKS, A. Seldman, Prop., BOHM A.. 1072 Golden Gate. West 3455. MANGOLD, M. N., 539 Gough St. Market

CO., 687 Mission St.

Douglas 3488.

WALLACE & COOPER, Prospect 1621. WEINSTOCK NICHOLS

Prospect

AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR AND PEN-

KAHN

brakes for Ford cars.

Park

Work.

DOUBLE SEAL RING CO., W. R. Echard, HILLER, CI1AS. M., 1117 Geary. Mgr., 1124 Polk St. Franklin 2353. 1140. The Only One in Town. GRUSS AIR SPRING CO., L. R. Gross, Pres., R. L. Gruss, Supt., D. A. Pike, Sales Mgr., 179 Grove St. Park 4548. & KEVILLE, 982-984 Post St. Prospect 576 and 577. Tires and storage batteries. McCOY MOTOR SUPPLY CO., 1524 Bush St. Prospect 202. Jobbers. BISCHMULLER MFG. CO., G. Rischmuller, 3442 Nineteenth St. Market 3950. Auto

Ave.

1722

Park 6553.

HANNI AUTO REPAIR

Waller St., Park 7141. 1630 Franklin

1570

Between Cole and Belvedere. CO.,

Franklin 2176. HTTSSEY, H., 501 Douglass. Mission 5887. Ford repair shops. Ford cars rented with or without driver. KIMMERLE BROS., 683 Golden Gate Ave. Park 550T LAVELL & SALTINGS, 20 Marshall Square. St.

Park 540.

McCORD & JOHNSON, Kearny Steuart Sts. Generator Work.

corner

Mission

and

2058.

Expert

on

MODERN AUTO SHOP, Minvers & Lit tig, 915 Golden Gate. Market 659. NICOLSON, HARRY M., 155 Grove St. Park 3201. PAIOE SERVICE, SWAIN AUTO REPAIR SHOP, 1936 Van Ness Ave. Franklin 901& PERRY & FRANK, 1535 Buchanan. W«>st 2597.

AUTOMOBILE PAINTING CAL.

AUTO PAINTING

CO.. 520 Valencia St.

Market 2300. Formerly master painter of U. S. Government. DEBRUNNER, H., 2411 Bush St. West 7128.

ROSEN.

C.

Kearny steam

A.

4190.

body

A.,

548-550

Brannan

St.

Hydraulic hoist and dump manufacturers. Also Black-

smithing.

TAKATA, Also

R.,

224 Clement

painting.

St.

Pacific 200.

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26

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING

SAN FRANCISCO TIKE

CO., Albert Gro «maa. Mgr., 600 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 906. SAVAGE TIRE CORP.. Ohas. C. MacCleverty, Mgr., 824-20 28 Van Ness Ave. Prospect 1'Wt. Cslifnrnia-made Product for Western Roads. Treat Them Rojurli. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY, 5t Fremont St. Sutter 2323. & CLOrOII. 1101 Post St. Prospect 6383. Distributers McNaul and Fed-

(Cont'd.) Bush 1441

TERRY AUTO REPAIR SHOP. st, Prospect 2641. F. L. TERRY, owner. VAN NESS A T() REPAIR CO.. Jo epli A. I

Reichlin and Carl CanniT, 801 Eddy Sr. corner Van Ness Ave. Franklin 9077. Bat-

Curs Bought ami Sold.

teries Re-charged.

WERTSCH,

WILLIAM,

CO., 24 Page St. Commercial bodies a special-

Market 2103.

Oak

109

ty.

WHITE.

R. ket 4888.

st. 114.1

D.,

WISEMAN, GEO.

Golden Gate Ave.

B..

129 Grove.

WARNER eral

Mar-

AUTOMOBILE TIRES — WHOLESALE

Park 7746.

GENERAL TIRE AND RUBBER

AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION PRYORS AUTOMOBILE PARK,

901 Post St. Franklin 29. The General cord and fabric tire distributers.

las 511.

AUTOMOBILE SPECIALISTS W-'LBERT, M.

L.

&

SONS, 3422 IStu

AUTOMOBILE en

AUTO PART AND WRECKING

CO.

Pi ire

Mgr.,

1414

CO.,

F.

(Formerly Drew* Ave. Franklin 6689;

Bros), 606

GoMen Gate

Auto

trimmings, seats and upholstery. C. & SON, 521 Third St.

tops,

Douglas 2939.

NEW

AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS

i

HIRSCH MOTOR CAR Ave.

way

GOLDEN ANGEL TIRING WORKS. 1237% McAllister.

H. Kennedy, Kearny 5092.

WEGGFNMANN,

Van Ness Ave.

RUBBER

E.

St.

AUTOMOBILE TRIMMERS

YORK, CO., THE, OF A.- F. Peterson, -Mgr., 1431 Van Ness Ave. Franklin 4326. GEMBERLING, F. Z., 1309 Sutter St. Prospect 2984. Also accessories and vulcanizing.

FISK

165«

DREWS & ROSENTHAL

CO. OF ILLINOIS. 1239 Prospect 670.

Flicklnger, Franklin 567.

CO.,

Jackson

151-153

Prop.,

residence.

C.

CO.,

MANUFAC-

TOP TURERS

PACIFIC AUTO TOP

FEDERAL RUBBER •

Douglas 5974.

Prospect 148.

st.

AUTOMOBILE

Mgr.,

FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER

Post St.

Frank-

1915.

Ness.

390

Prop.,

SUPERIOR TIRE AND REPAIR

Sutter 3395. 591 Mission St. Automobile tires, bicycle tires, accessories. CUT-RATE TIRE CO., 435 Golden Oate Ave. Market 8203. D. V. Nass, 1620 McAllister .Vaji

2133 Also

AUTOMOBILE TIRES RETREADING

BUTLER BROS., 564 Eddy St. Franklin 2141. Also accessories — wholesale only. CONTINENTAL RUBBER WORKS. C. J.

.

CO., 2583.

VULCANIZING AND TIRE CO., & Sou, Props., 399 Valencia.

EXier,

Mgr.

Hageu, Mgr., 530 Golden Gate Ave.

St.,

Oakland

VAN BILDERBFEK, H. W., 1205 Market Market 910i. «t. A'so Vulcanizing. VULCANIZING AND TIRE SHOP. Anthony

AUTOMOBILE TIRES

Zeffer,

AND RUBBER

Oakland.

E. Elkington Market 5858.

J.

AJAX RUBBER CO OF DELAWARE, Elmer din

CO., 468 GoldAlso tuI-

6486.

vulcanizing.

(Successor to Cal. Auto Exhibit and Supply Co.). 523 Golden Gate. Park 1858. H. H.

SHAW.

Prospect

TIRE

MISSION

AUTOMOBILES AND SUPPLIES CAL.

Ave.

Broadway,

CO., 888-90 Folsom St. SutManufacturers of high-grade and auto truck springs; also

springs.

coil

Gate

OLIVER

BETTS SPRING automobile

REPAIRING

cani7ing.

AUTOMOBILE SPRINGS 6472.

TIRE

OLIVER RUBBER AND TIRE

Mar-

St.

Wheels, Tires, Rims.

ket 1031.

ter

OF

CO.

CALIFORNIA,

Doug

45 4th.

tires.

CO., 728-730 Van Ness Distributers for Brocktruck. Traffic truck and Truxton truck

Kearny

907.

attachments.

Park 7054.

HALDEMAN TIRE CO., A. E. Judd, Mgr., AUTOMOBILE TRUCK BODIES 700 708 Van Ness Ave. Franklin 453S. HOELLE RUBBER SALES CO., 430 Golden RATIR WOODWORKING CO., 1420 Howard Gate. Ave. Prospect 5148. Distributers for Century Plainfield tires. M. & S. TIRE CO., 627 Van Ness Ave. pect 5543. Wholesale and retail.

St.

Pros-

GRAVE. (>2S.

NATIONAL TIRE AND III BRER CO.. Chas. F. Dlenger, Mgr., 3"0 Market. Sutter 4159. OLIVER RUBBER AND TIRE CO.. 408 Golden Gnte Ave.

Prospect 6486.

TIRE- AND Broadway, Oakland.

RUBBER Oakland

CO., 2583.

7263. stering.

2135 Also

1200 Market St. Market 112. CO., D. Blaine, Mgr., Golden Gate. Frank!i» 2642.

*

418

re-

CO.,

B.,

732-740

Brannan.

Market

a id trimmings.

GAB,

595

Valencia

tops, seat covers First-class work.

Auto

Park St. and uphol-

AUTOMOBIi E WRECKING AND SUPPLIES

vulcanizing.

Mgr.,

repaired and

AUTOMOBILE UPHOLSTERING

PARKER TIRE AND SUPPLY CO., GOOD YEAR SERVICE STATION, T. C. Girton, PIK&CY TIRE

Built,

Auto painting

HA R A SIN,

Also vulcau-

izlug.

OLIVER

Market 6110.

modeled.

GOODMAN

BROS., 735 Laguna. Market 3942. Auto supplies and accessories and used trailI

TS.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

29

B BANK OF

BAGS AND BURLAP BAG

NOSSEN. las

J., .1461.

CO.,

Doug-

124 Main St.

(Manufacturers) AMES, HARRIS. NEVILLE CO.,

100 Potrero

Market 6100.

BUILDERS 24S0 Union

J. P..

Weft

st.

gomery

J. Fry. Cashier, Sutter 5267. OF COMMENCE, 45u Cali-

St.

Mgr., 500 Mont-

Kearny 307, China

St.

707.

CROCKER SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. Cunningham Kearny 7.

BAKE OVEN AND FURNACE GLASER,

BRITISH- AMERICAN BANK,

CANADIAN BANK fornia St. Douglas 2
AND AWNINGS

Sts.

Douglas 3414.

v.aliforuia

BAGS, TENTS Ave.

ITALY. Montgomery and Clay

(main office).

BANK,

FUGAZI

Market

Mgr.,

and

Columbus

2

J.

Post

F. Sts.

Kearny

Ave.

2754.

460.8.

FRENCH- AMERICAN BANK.

M

J.

Kearny

10S Sutter St.

Cashier.

.

Dupas,

1421.

BAKERIES HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, THE, Market and Jones Sts. Market 87 L. BAKERY, THE, Joseph Kolberg, HUMBOLDT SAVINGS BANK. 783 Market Mission 797o. Prop. 531 Castro St. Kearny 249 Savings ami Commercial. St. For EPILER'S BAKERY, 886 Geary St. INTERNATIONAL BANKING CORP., 232 Better Cakes go to Eppler's. Mo itgomery St. Garfield 2870. GRAND BAKERY, 516 Green St. Kearny 774. BANK, A. E. Sbarboro, ITALIAN-AMERICAN JOHNSON POUND CAKE, Geo. W. Johnson, Kearny 21 Cashier. 460 Montgomery St. 3028 19th St. Market 4583. Prop. MERCANTILE NATIONAL OF SAN RANK Heschele, STREET BAKERY. T. CASTRO

..

OAK-

L.

Oak

298

Mgr.,

FRANCISCO,

Market 6035.

ft.

ORIGINAL EMPORIUM BAKERY, Pres.. Sts.

fee

Fiebreeht corner Ellis and Jones Confectionery and Cof-

397 Ellis St.. Prospect 11S0.

Parlor.

PANHANDLE BAKERY, W. Prop.,

Fulton

1598

st.

BAKERY.

PEERLESS

Wucueler, F. 5631.

West THE. 73

Eri«

st.

Market 2919.

California

John

Douglas

open

Deposit

BANK.

THE,

Valencia and Sixteenth

corner

James

6"0.

Vaulta

year.

in

SAVINGS

MISSION

Safe

1295.

day

every

W. W.

BANK.

Market and New Montgom-

Cashier..

ery.

464

Pres.,

601.

NATIONAL

MERCHANTS'' Jones,

McKee,

D.

Kearny

St.

Rolph

Market DeWitt C.

Pres.;

Jr..

W.

N.

Sts.

Cashier.

Treat.

SElTZ EXCELSIOR BAKERY. 4492 Mission SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND LOAN SOSt. Randolph S03. CIETY, THE, 526 California St. Sutter WEI RICH BAKING CO.. 920-924 Valencia St. A. H. R. Schmidt, Vice-Pres. and 880. Mission -619.

Cashier. ANZENG RUBER, SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND LOAN ave. Randolph

WESTWOOD BAKERY.

M.

Prop.. 558 Snnnyside Also groceries.

WIGWAM cial

SHOP.

PIG

Mgr., 2*21 line

2575.

Mission St.

Hector T. Bonnalie, Valencia 24S7. Spe-

Home-Ma de

of

Cakes.

1844. d'liir

French and Mocha Cakes.

St

S

W.

BAKING

CO.. 1501 corner Eddy and Fillmore.

Eddv West

3555.

SOCorner Clement St. and SevWilliam C. Hev*»r. Pacific 2730.

THE

CIETY,

SOTwenty-first and MisMission 466. Charles W. Ileyer,

CIETY. THE. Corner sion

Sts.

Mgr.

SAVINGS UNION BANK AND TRUST junction

Avp

Grant ter.

of

Market, Garfield

2090.

T

R.

NATIONAL RANK.

'

Market

101

Pres.

gomery

40-15.

lev.

BALANCES Inc.. William L St. Sutter

FeroVn.

California

and

Laboratory

16S5.

Balances.

St.

R. J. Trson. Douglas 1191. Max M. MeCarthv. r^liier.

BANTAM PALL REARING St.

Suiter

Ness

\

Market

Grant

Ave.

WELLS EVPGO NEVADA NATIONAL

^ N'K Nevada

CISCO.

Ave.

Prospect

and

St.

11

OF SAN FRANCISCO, Well-

693 Mission

CO.,

1800 CO.,

Vau

Ness

1155

Van

316 M-
Sec.

Rank Bhlg.

National

Sutter

Farsro 1~0O.

1

CAREER COLLEGE

197.L

BEARINGS SERVICE CO., Av<*. Prospect 2276. KELLY BALL BEARING

Edward

Sutter 5702.

St.

SUMITOMO PANT. LTD.. G. Hiarasi'i Cash31~-10 California St. Rotter 7m ier. UNTOv SAFE DFPOSTT CO. OF S V FRANTT.«ariv

BALL BEARINGS

CO.,

and Sts. B. Rurmis

O'Farrell

Cashier.

SEAR OAR



Mgr.. 49 Analytical

ffffift.

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND LOAN

BAKERIES Wholesale and Retail Mierson. Vice-Pres.: J. OLYMPIA BAKING CO.. 318 Third St. Kearny SECURITY SAVINGS BANK. THE. CHRISTIAN BECKER

SO-

Market

St.

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND LOAN

21st Ave. Pacific 361S. 1N64 Union St. West Pastry. Confectionery, Wed-

CALIFORNIA

F.

16-->3

Mgr.

RAKING CO.. 379 BLUEBIRD BAKERY. I.

O.

Haight Paulsen. Mgr.

enth Ave.

BAKERIES —WHOLESALE A.

CIETY. THE.

MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. W. v„,.

TfiR Tfl

Floward

St.

E.

Griffith,

Kearny 4037.

-1300.

SILVERPERG. IRVTN & CO.. 541 Van Ness BARBER SHOPS Ave. Market 2366. CLASSIC BAREER SHOP, Tony Burera, SKF BALL BEARING CO. OF CALIFORNIA. fin;-.. isn ci ;lv Douglas i">os. 341 Larkln St. Park 760. Franklin 7704. C. S. BALi PEA RING MFG. CO., Rialto HAPP & GINGG, 95 Turk St. LAC STE LL AN A A BA1BER SHOP. 1220 ^Msr. IS. Garfield s$

t<

1

Sfofkton

LARK

BANKS AMERICAN NATIONAL RANK, nia St. Dontrlas 2385. ANGLO CALIFORNIA TRUST and

Sansome

Sts.

Sutter

495

Califor-

CO.,

Market

6900.

Garfield

SHAVING

75b.

TARLOR.

Prop.. 382 Elayis St. Park Clipni is -tnd Viole' Rnv.

\^nn-nji\

j>_

^

H. Ivina, C. Eleetrlc 4059.

Rroadwav. Douglas 27«1.

PALACE nOTEL BARBER SHOP. J. Bernhart & So Palace Hotel. Douglas 700. i.



SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

30

BARBERS' SUPPLIES BECK EL. COKDY & HUTCHINSON, Turk

Franklin

St.

INC., 118

1940.

BELTING, RUBBER CRANDLEY RUBBER AND SUPPLY Market rubber

BASKET MANUFACTURERS BASKET

PACIFIC COAST Wilder

Mission

St.

BILLIARD PARLORS

FACTORY,

26

2624.

BATHS BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM METHODS, Rooms

Stevens. M. S. Pres.,

J.

Stockton

Kearny

B. 308-314, 21 Electric and

4513. color rays, ba-li cabinets, etc. For ~ale or rent. sortment. St.

Large

GRANEY'S, EDWARD, BILLIARD PALACE, Edw. Graney, Prop., M. L. Tierney. Mgr., Eddy St.-924 Market. 61 Douglas 3839Kearny 406. The Wonder of the West. The Largest and Best Equipped Billiard Parlors

on

entrance.

CAVALLI,

L.,

BATTERIES —DRY

C. R. Sutter 797.

BACH, Manager,

A. A., 206 Railroad Ave. Practical Horseshoeing.

Mis-

Body

Builders.

WILLIAMS, 7108.

SMITH, BASHFORD, 525 Market

Sut-

St.

4755.

ter

STANDARD BLUE PRINT

CO.,

625 Market.

Douglas 1476.

MANHATTAN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Inc.,

3062.

Wagon

Horseshoers,

BLUE PRINTING

101 Post St. Room Electric Baker Bldg. Douglas 5585. Nauhelm Ruths.

and

Coast.

Colma. Randolph Makers, Auto

JOE,

BATHS AND MASSAGE 308,

Pacific

BLACKSMITHS

sion

CLARK, MRS. OLIVE

the

as-

8T. FRANCIS HOTEL, Hammam Baths, Geary, Post and Powell Sts. Douglas 1000. Twelfth floor for men, eleventh floor for women. Post St.

CO., 315 Sutter 854. Coudor, that red once used always used.

St. belt,

604

Manufacturers of Red

CO., Mission. Seal Dry

BLUE PRINTING MACHINERY BALDERSTON, W.

CO.,

P.

725

Mills

Bldg.

Garfield 666.

Batteries.

BOAT BUILDERS

BATTERY MANUFACTURERS

TWIGG, JOHN & SONS,

NATIONAL CARBON

8th and CO.. INC., Electric Flashlights, Park 8800.

Brannan. Dry and Storage Battery Manufacturers. NEWCOMB, E. W., Representing Thomas A. (Primary Battery Division), Edison Inc. Douglas 5452. Caustic 1205 Hobart Bldsr. Soda Primary Batteries.

BOILERS DAY, GEO.

BOILER ROOM AND STEAM SPECIALTIES

R. F.. 133 Geary st., Henna Sutter 5496.

Whitney bldg. Permanent hair waving and

405

&

SON, Rialto Bldg., Room Kearny 4496. Marine and Stationary Waterproof Boilers. F.

402.

BEAUTY PARLORS CHADBOURNE, MRS.

698 Illinois St. Mar-

ket 5703.

coloring.

elec-

trolysis.

WITT, las

G. E. CO.. 862-864 Howard St. Doug4404. Manufacturers of Oil-Burning

Equipment.

DE LUXE DAYLIGHT BEAUTY PARLORS, BOILER AND SHIP REPAIRS 117 Grant Ave. Douglas 2943. DU CHENE, MME., 406 Kearny St. Sutter EUREKA BOILER WORKS, Wm. J. Brady, Face and scalp treatment, bust de2318. velopment, thin people filled out, stout people

reduced.

OAR RICK & PETERSON,

233 Post

St.,

Room

Hair Specialties. HOLZEt, MISS ANNA, 3180 16th St. Park Also Electrical Massage. Open Even1979.

BONDS

Douglas 5086.

603.

ings

Mgr., 166 Fremont St. Kearny 2453. Blacksmithing and Steamfltting.

Jr.,

8 o'clock.

till

KELLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP, Polk,

prietor,

near

Miss Kelley, proFranklin 2428. Clay.

Open afternoons and evenings.

8TICKEL, MISS HAZEL. 212 Stockton Colt- son

Garfield 1623.

Bldg.

St.,

304

Hair and Scalp

Specialist.

VOGUE,

246 Powell st., room 206. Garfield Henna Scalp and facial specialists. dyeing and bleaching a specialty. Prospect ZHNOBIN, MME., 885 Post St. Superfluous Hair Ren-oved, Scalp and 2008. Facial Specialist. 160.

EPSTEIN & GARTLAND, GTRVIN & MILLER, Kohl

Phelan

ULRICK

Building.

A.

Vanishing

Exhibit—Office: Ceiling Bed

Mgr., 2401 17th St.

210 American Garfield 1026. IrriNational Bank Bldg. gation District Bonds. MOULTON, R. H. & CO., V. E. Breeden, Sutter Res. Mgr. San Francisco Office. Municipal and Government Bonds. 5971. McDONNELL & CO., 335 Montgomery St. and Municipal, Garfield 1920. Palace Hotel. Corporation and Railway. PEIRCE, CYRUS & CO., 433 California St. Sutter 2866.

MASSACHUSETTS BONDING & INSURANCE CO.,

P. Park 144.

BELTING

St.

Insurance

Exchange Bldg.

Dong-

CO., 401

SECURITIES r A B ST ENS & EARLES, INC., 909 Insurance ^Yobfinge Bldg. iSutter 4142.

SHINGLE. FRED & Howard

St.

Kearny

P.

BELTING

Douglas 3883.

CO.,

260

Mission

CO., 461-462 Mills Bldg.

837.

BOOKS —ARCHITECTURAL

Manufacturers, wholesale trade

452.

L.

401

M.

only.

DEO EN

722.

BONDS AND INVESTMENT

00.,

BELTING N.

Kearny

McDONALD & MCDONALD,

BEDS AND SPRINGS

Kearny

Bldg.

las 1052.

PREMIER BED AND SPRING

COOK, H.

Kear-

BONDING AND INSURANCE

Wall Beds.

Malley,

St.

Municipal and Corporation.

BEDS — CEILING M'GARVEY.

309 Bush

ny 2102.

1IETIIFRINGTON. M. las

4843.

J.,

46 Kearny St.

Doug

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY



BOOKS — ITA LI AN CAVALLI

&

A.

Kearny

Columbus

263

CO.,

Ava.

1760.

BR OK E K > A I TO MO It I.E AUTO FINANCE CO., 959 Phelan Kearny

Money

1^87.

a

Libraries 1894. depository.

Scboolbook

specialty.

BELLING ALL. Sntter

BOOK STORES 328 Post St, Union Square. Old and Rare Books Bought

3268.

and Sold.

PRESBYTERIAN BOOK STORE, W. 278 Post

H. Web1472.

Garfield

St.

ONO-GOSHA DO & 54S8.

THE VISIBLE INDEX,

CO.,

BOTTLiES

611 Mar-

Kearny

&

SONS,

Bay

103

742.

E. W. Sutter 8500.

BOX MANUFACTURERS—WOODEN PACIFIC WIRE BOUND BOX

CO., 2665 Jones

Prospect 4600.

St.

Hunter- Johnson

CO., 311

Representatives,

Co.,

BROKERS — MERCHANDISE gomery McLEA'N.

New

149

.Mont-

Export and import. A. & CO., S. A. McLean. Mgr., Room 436 Merchants' Exchange Bl lg. GarSt. S.

1146,

E. L. CO., 25 California St. 1147.

Kearny

St.

Kearny

MO f'R FIELD, M. L., 24 California 2250. QUALITY LINES ONLY.

OTTO E. TL. 311 California St. Sutter 1355. PAYNE. W. C. SALES CO.. 112 Market St. Canned

Sutter 2787.

Fruit.

and Vege-

Fisli

table«:.

BROKERS — MINING AND

BOX STRAPPING ACME STEEL GOODS

California

311

Average Adjusters.

Sutter 5323.

MOSELEY.

SAN FRANCISCO BOWLING ALLEY, St.

Sut-

at.

field 950.

BOWLING ALLEYS Thormahlen. 115 Powell

SON, 409 Washington

DUNNE & WERSCHKULL. St.

IN-

BROKERS — INSURANCE st.

— Second-hand Dealers

B.

G.

St.

5729.

WILCOX. PECK & HUGHES.

Sutter 2600.

TORRE,

St.

H.,'520 R,itterv

BROKERS—CUSTOMS AMI TERNAL REVENUE ter

BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS St.

Washington

403

i

Douglas 999.

ket

W..

r.311.

P.. CO., INC.. 542-544 SansMme. Sutter 5"8. Importers and Exporters and Freight Forwarders, HARPER, F. F. G., & CO., 510 Battery 8t. Kearn.\ 1072. Forward ng Agents. MATTOON & CO.. 516 Batten- St Sutter 374.

Monadnock Bldg.

CO., 259

— CUSTOM-HOUSE

P.

YODNGBERG &

BOOKKEEPING MACHINES ELLIOTT FISHER

Sut-

St.

Kearny 2196.

1698 Post St. West

CO.,

(Heavy)

16 California

E.,

THORNLEY. WILLIAM

BOOKS AND STATIONERY

RAND

Bldg.

Automo-

on

DOW. FRANK

HOWELL, JOHN. Mgr.,

Loaned

BROKERS — CHEMICALS

METHODIST BOOK CONCERN. THE, 5 City EH REN BERG, T. Hall Ave. Market 72. Booksellers and Pubter 2S31. lishers. We Secure any Books Obtainable. Sutter St. Market POT1EK BROS. CO., 571 BROKERS

ster,

I

bile*.

BOOKSELLERS

Sutter

31

California

St.

Douglas 530.

OIL

STOCKS

ARROWSMITH. Kearnv

750.

'-•T^T^TN

&

& CO., GARTLAND, G.

117 Russ Bldg.

E.

Bn«h

309

St.

Kphvh 2102. ITANNON. W. H.. 118 Rnss Bids:. Kearnv 5764. BRASS & COPPER ZA DIG & CO.. 365 Bnsh st. Kearnv 1725.

BRASS AND COPPER HUNGER FORD, OO

W-

,

J.

U. T., Conroy, Mgr., 800 Postal Tele-

Kearny 4921.

graph Bldg.

ETTRFNBFRG.

BRASS FOUNDRIES GOLDEN GATE BRASS MANUFACTURING TO..

INC..

Kearnv

St.

E. J. 27.

Ridley,

251-259 2d

Mgr.,

W^STFBN BRASS FOUNDRY.

217-19 T^bama T>rtiss Castings. Machine Suffer 241". St. Work and Electro Plating.

BRASS GOODS AND PLUMBING SPECIALTIES — MANUFACTURERS WOLVERINE BRASS WORKS. Natuma

Suiter

St.

11

'.0

BROKERS — NAVAL STORE

Folsom

St.

1082.

"??<><: '.IPS

f'eld

CO.

Phelan

.

1770.

INVFSTMENT Honglne

TM-lir

tatp.

First

r>'i'>bmo

,

irl

an
BROKERS — SHIP

44nn.

Second

1071.

PETER

BLYTH

M.madnook

Loans on Real EsMortgase*: a No on 70S

Kearny

St.

Kearny

983.

ernnt"

St.

<>f t

EPSTETN

IRVING Bids

CO.. Sutter

ExMerchants' irestment

fi~2.

I

300 Sa'snme St., Sutter 20-12. OovMunicipal and Corporation Po ids. & GARTLAND. 300 R"*h St.

F.

comer Kearnv

P.,

WITTER &

BROWN 805

— « A LV A.GF

BROS.. 310 California

change Bldg. Bankers

Lots.

MCDONOUGH. Douirlas

CO..

Sutter

St.

BROKER K — STOCKS AND BONDS Gar-

PROKERS HUR

Na-

SALVAGE

Kearny

hldar.

1002 American Garfield 1078.

V..

B.-ale 17-10 St. CO.. 2010. Specialty of Fire, Marine and Railrnnii Insurance.

BRICK MANUFACTURERS ARD RRTOK

Sut-

St.

Kcpviv

PAGE !

California

M. 8. & CO.. 214 Front Importers and" exporters.

PENZION

"834.

REMIT

16

BROKERS — RICE COWEN.

INC., 210-216

MANUFACTURERS 915

A.

Bank Bldg.

tional

ART BRASS & METAL SPINNING WORKS, Prop..

E.,

BROKERS — ORIENTAL PRODUCTS SCHEPPELMAN.

1111.

BRASS A \D METAL GOODS Otto Selke.

T.

ter 2S31

M.

&

California

CO.. St.

?102. T

t'XDBORG &

Sutter 84S.

CO..

H17

rti

s

Kohl

——



SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

32

BROKERS — STOCK AND BOND LOUDEN, Sutter

E.

FOXCiiOifT liblLiHiNG,

L.

CO.,

&.

Hearst

71(5

Blclg.

KcDONXELL Si 00., 333 Montgomery St. Garfield 1920. Palace Hotel. SCHWARTZ, HARRY, 241 Montgomery

and

bi.Ai-.XU

St.

.U£1.J, ibutLer

Member of Sa.i Francisco Sutter 47D4. Stock and Bond Exchange. STRASSBTRGER, I. & CO., 411 Montgomery Kearuy 830.

sr.

WOLLMAN. ter

A.

519

II..

California

Sut-

St.

189.

BROKERS —WAX PARAFINE BHRENBERG, ter

T.

1G California St.

E.,

Sut-

2831.

BROKERS —WOOL AND SHEEP ANDREW

McINNIS.

530 Montgomery

H.,

Mar-

MANUFACTURING

Eighth and Tehama

Sts.

CO..

Market S296.

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES WESTERN BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO..

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION JOHNSON SERVICE

CO.. A. G. Caldwell. 31(5 Rialto Bldg. Kearny 5374. Automatic heat regulation for schools, hospitals, banks, canneries and all industrial business.

Mgr..

BUSINESS BROKERS HERMAN & CO.. 24 Culitoriiia St.

ULRICK



f

Supt..

Kearny and Market

Local

9.

— Sutter

^

J.

Sts.

Hobart Bldg.

704

BUTCHERS —WHOLESALE Railroad 219

aye.

Sixth

St. Solicited. i'AAFFL & CO.. vv. M.. n.vuiis St. ami RailMission UUlG. road Ave.

Kearny 2125. Country Consignments

SUPPLIES BRECHT

CO.,

Second St.

THE,

Jos.

H. Sims, Mgr., 67

Sutter 2127.

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS

WHOLESALE

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO PACKING AND PROVISION

CO.. 409 Front St.

Sutter 1159.

ISLET0N BUTTER

CO., 345 Front St. Kearny

WHOLESALE

M.

Hillman, Sutter 7000.

——

CO.,

BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS

— OFFICE

BUILDING,

&

2784.

Phelan Building. Building Arts Specialties Vanishing Utilities: Up-to-the-Minute.

BUILDINGS

A.

C.

BUTTER—WHOLESALE

Exhibit— Office:

A.

Doug-

BUSINESS EXPERT

BUILDING MATERIALS

CHRONICLE

INeVV

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS'

135 Kvurny 1991. Second St. Manufacturers' Agents of Builders' Specialties.

M'OARVEY.

H. JiC^UOj, ^ot., iveurny -tZ. i>oiLi;u\ii (j^,. iN. Hurt,

jl>iu(£.

ALLAN & PYLE, Evans and Mission 6975. HOFMANN. J. & SONS CO.,

BRUSH MANUFACTURERS BRUSH

,

Douglas 1340.

1245.

MORCK

i' Lie i. iii

DE HAAS, CO., 354G Nineteenth St.

XnJii, Uicuaid l.iouaivcai.ij _ uo. LaiuVubtiUteul to.

Oii
St.

BROOM MANUFACTURERS ket

i/x

lass 2211.

Sutter 520*.

ZAN BROS. &

i

oL. (iter Uiu^ia^euiciiL x^oiuicaf XiKjlL.Uli.SSj, it. 1'HJlljL.dL.lN

uvo-ooo

4S."i3.

uo

ou[ji„

Uti,

Continued)

(

^

SHERRY BROS. BUTTER Sutter 4747. eggs.

CO., 249 Davis St. Wholesalers butter, cheese and

'

7000 Chronicle Sutter 7000

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

33

c WORK

CABINET

HOME MANUFACTURING

CAR BUILDERS

Ernest Held,

CO..

Vice-Pies., 543 Brannan. Kearny 1514. Special attention given to furniture orders.

Highway.

6 Sacramento

Garfield

st.

H. Morrison, Mgr., Great Coppa's), T. Croee,

Prop., School and Mission Rd.

CO., South

Mission 8559.

CORN LEY,

Pacific 1400.

CROOK'S CAFE (Formerly

AND EQUIPMENT

San Francisco.

CARBURETORS

CAFES —RESTAURANTS AQUARIUM CAFE, 1471. BEACH TAVERN,

PACIFIC CAR

Randolph

618.

E. A., INC., 1445 Bu8b 8t. Prospect 2U0. Northern California distributors for Rayfield Carburetors and Rayfleld Thermostats PENNIMAN, L. E., 605 Van Ness Ave.. Prospect 5610. Northern California distributors Ensign Carburetors VENITH SALES AND SERVICE, 1441 Bush st. Prospect 2641. F. L. Terry, Prop.

GORDON CAFE (Mr. Thomas Stevenson, Mgr.), 104 Seventh st. Park 4093. HIPPODROME CONCERT HALL, Frank Schivo, Mgr., 560 Pacific, Sutter 8941. CARNIVAL SUPPLIES KEARNY CAFE, A. Kaddas, 557 Kearny St. KINDEL & GRAHAM, 891 Mission St. Garfield 2796. Douglas 528. MINERVA CAFE, 713 Folsom st. Douglas 53S7. ORIENTAL CAFE, E. Barron, Manager, 1360 CARPETS Fillmore St. West 6740. FRIEDMAN, M., & CO., 273 Post st. Sutter ROBERT'S CAFE, 2200 Great Highway. Sun460.

set 2002.

VENUS CAFE,

Louis Karidis, Prop.. 351 Third

CARPET CLEANERS

Douglas 4403.

St.

WITCHES' GROTTO, John Kearny

Mgr.,

Pavia,

931

Sutter 8854.

St.

CAFETERIAS BOOS BROS.. 725 Market St. Kearny 3722. ROYAL CAFETERIA, Edward Voorsanger, Prop.,

Franklin 9202.

1436 Polk.

GISSLOW'S CARPET WORKS,

1325 Golden Gate ave. Market 2916. Carpets and Rugs Cleaned and Laid. Rl'DOLPH & CO., R. P. Rudolph, Mgr., 1703 Harrison St. Park 6474. REKER, TIIEO., 3508 16th St. Market 6999 Flectric Sweepers.

SPAULDING,

CALCULATING AND BOOKKEEPING MACHINES

3084.

MILLER SCHOOL OF CALCULATING ANT BOOKKEEPING, 1010 Phelan Bldg. Doug-

LEWIS,

Inventory Work.

las 5084.

Bryant

2798

St.

CO., C. Block, Mgr. Mission 154. Pride of

Horace Orear, Mgr., 137 Garfield 2500.

CANDY —WHOLESALE GETLESON, H.

E.,

B.

Douglas 5415. All New and rebuilt.

&

Ellis

505

&

St.

Prospect

CO., 320 Market.

affairs.

CEMENT

Gar-

Sutter

906 Webster.

5395.

CANNERIES

678 Green St.

AMERICAN CHAIN

CO., INC., C. B. Klrkpotriok, Pacific Coast Mgr.. 16 California. Sutter 4716. Welded and w.ddl.'FB chains.

CANNERY CONTRACTORS 727

Sacramento

St.

CHEMICALS

China 675.

BRAUN-KNEOHT-TTETMANN

CANNING AND FRUIT PRESERVING

MACHINERY

BPRGER & CARTER Tool & Suoply Co., 1534.

Douglas

Italian Benevolent Society.

CHAIN MANUFACTURERS

600 Minne-

Mission 5014.

CO.,

CO.,

CEMETERIES TTALTAN CEMETERY.

CO.,

AND CEMENT

2095.

Park

47.

CALIFORNIA CANNERIES

Otto

Douglas 1919.

Mt. Diablo cement, Cowell Svita Cruz lime. Liberty Wall Board Co., 2 Market. Kearny "

CO., 112 Market St.

GOETJEN & WORKMAN,

CHEW CHU &

St.

CO.. 2i:79 Market St. Specialty on banquets, dinners

239.

ard club

1818.

sota St.

Market

CATERERS

HO WELL, HENRY. LIME

R. E.

1055

CO., 326 Market St. makes cash registers.

Schmidt, 470 Jt-ckson St.

Market

CANNED GOODS COTTER,

CO.,

[lUBER CATERING

2487.

field

H.

780.



CANDY MANUFACTURERS

D.

Eugene

Market

CASINGS SAUSAGE WESTERN CASING CO.. J. M. Sanford,

FOSTER & OREAR,

ORUTOHER,

Douglas

CARPETS, RUGS and LINOLEUM

CASH MERCANTILE

California wines.

139 Grant Ave.

CO., 357 Tehama.

CASH REGISTERS

CALIFORNIA WINES CALIFORNIA WINE

&

J.

CO.. owners of Pacific 1045 17th St. Market

CO., 576 Mi'fdon

Chemicals, Laboratory 8493. a^d Assurers* Supplies. & GENT, INC., Holbrook Rr-Sri. St.

IOarnr

PEACH Sutter W0. WHITNEY CHEMICAL Rld:r.

Garfield 1222.

CO.,

544 Market

St.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

34

CHEMISTS —ANALYTICAL FRANK

OIIKEN.

Park 478.

1170 Fell St.

T.,

PREENOR, DR.

ROBERT

PIKE,

St.

— INDUSTRIAL

BRESLAUER, ADOLPH, American Bank

Sutter

Bldg.

National Manufacturers'

2306.

HENDERSON, DR.

V. S., 46 Kearny St, 412Maskey Bldg. Sutter 3180. KEYS. DRS. C. A. AND C. M., 948 Market St., 421, Mechanics' Bldg. Kearny 4478. LINDROTH, DR. O. A., 957 Leavenworth St

Franklin

CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS PONT

&

NEMOURS.


E. I. Sutter 6640.

Chronicle Bldg.

CHEMICAL

OLlVOJiST

Ave. and Cornwall.

CO., California St, 5th Pacific

(Pharma-

129.

CHEMICAL AND DRUG MFGRS. ROGERS,

R.

Cotnmtrelal

CHEMICAL

R., St.

Kearny

Kearny

150;

151.

CO., INC., L. E. Clawson, Market 598. ChimPresident, 84 Page St. neys erected and repaired. OLMO, FRANK, 3460 Mission St. Mission 3448. Also sheet metal workers. L.

E.,

CHIMNEY SWEEPERS C,

V.

CO., 2222 Rush

5828.

Fresno. San

929 Market. Douglas Sacramento, San Jose,

CO.,

Stores

in Diearo.

CHINESE MERCHANTS CHEW. JAN &

CO., Mr. Lee, Mgr., 700 China 269. Chinese Curios. CHONG SING CO.. 658 Grant Ave. China 12t;i. Chinese Curios, Teas, Candles. Wholesale and Retail. JING CJTONG CO., 702 Grant Ave. China 395. laundry Supplies. KING, FUNG & CO.. 629 Commercial St. China

Grant Ave.

Groceries,

Foodstuffs. IMPORTING CO.. 527 Grant China 520. Importers of Oriental Art

MANDARIN Ave.

a id Baskets.

NANKING FOOK WOH

CO., INC., THE, Charles S. Gee, Pres., 701

Hang Waichnor, Grant Ave.

China 166.

1111% Grant Ave. Chop Suey and Noodles.

CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURERS BOLDEMANN CHOCOLATE nan

Wednesday,

C.

S.,

Friday.

BURQUE, MRS. MARY

C. S., 81 Shore Pacific 5689.

J.,

521

CO.,

9281.

DODGE, MRS. KATE

C.

S.,

3786 Twen-

DRACHMAN, MRS. JENNIE,

C.

S.,

tieth

L..

Park 5144.

St.

509 Me-

chanics' Institute Bldg., 57 Post St.; home, 1499 Sutter. Sutter 4".28; residence, Franklin 5400. 9 to 1 P. M., except Friday.

FERGUSON, MRS. JENNIE

A., C. S., 22 HerFrankSt.

mione Apartments, 656 O'Farrell 2-6 P. M. lin 6223.

FOSTER. MRSv ALICE Hotel, 386 Geary St private, St.,

Room

West

W.,

C.

Teacher.

Alfco

Valencia

JORDAN, KLEIN,

MRS.

Twelfth

MRS,

D., 166 Geary residence, 134;

S.

Kearny

137.

'.906.

1219

Fielding Sutter 600;

S.,

Hotel,

GOODMAN, MRS. EMMA, St.

C.

S.,

Sutter 7126.

FRANK

GALE,

Howard

C. S., 2432

1815.

ABBIE

LOWELL, C. S., 385. MARGARET, 630 Whitney

A\e.

Geary

St.

ley 4976.

Sunset

Bran-

ALICE,

Garfield 1628; 12 M. to 3 P.

LORD, MRS. FANNIE Ave. Pacific 289. Saturday.

Kearny 4662.

St.

LOETTA BRYANT,

MRS.

Market 4306. Seventeenth St. BAILIE, MRS*. ANNA G., C. S., 835 Hyde St. Franklin 3968. BAUM, MRS. EMMA L., C. S., Chancellor Hotel, 433 Powell St. 19 Douglas 2004. A. M. to 4 P. M. Also by appointment. BERRY, MRS. HARRIET S., 0. S., 106 Hugo St., at Second Ave. Sunset 3084. 11 A M. to 3 P M., except Friday. BEST, MRS. ADA C, C. S., 45 Kearny st; residence, 873 Arlington Road, Berkeley. Sutter 1299; residence, Berkeley 7347. Mon3o.")4

KREUTZER MIS1 EMMA

RESTAURANT.

China 77 and 249.

St.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PRACTITIONERS

Bldg. Ot, 133 Geary St. Sutter 2855. dence: Pacific 3639.

CHINESE RESTAURANTS PEKIN

Point

DAVIE, CHARLES A., C. S., 43 Kearny St., Room 703. Douglas 54S8; residence, Market

CHINA TOGGERY 1408.

N.

900

CO.,

View Ave., Lincoln Manor.

Furnace and Range Work.

SHOONG, JOE &

D.

Frankiia l
day,

West

st.

GHIRARDELLL

BACKUS,

527-535

CO.,

CHIMNEYS CLAWSON,

1165.

Buldg.

Chronicle

709

J.,

CHOCOLATES AND COCOA

INC.,

CO.,

ceutical.)

HOWE,

4979.

MAUDE

SMITH,

Kearny 4077.

Agent.

du

Stockton

335

at

Sutter 7336. Offices and St Garfield

13-14,

Sutter 5020.

CHE31ICALS

Sta. D.,

2120.

New Montgomery

74

D.,

Hewee Bldg^

306-308

J.,

GEORGE

GILLESPIE, DR. Sanitarium

CHEMICAL ENGINEER

F.

and Market

Sixth

Cor.

A..

1-4,

S.,

residence,

166

Berke-

M. C.

245 Tenth

S.,

Tuesday, Thursday,

LYON, MRS. ELLA EWELL, Kearny

C.

Resi-

212

Stockton.

595.

MACOMBER, MRS. EDMONDA. S. C. S., 914 CHIROPODISTS Fulton St. Park 5364. Hours: Tuesday and Thursday. 1 to 4; Otherwise by Appointment ANDERSON. DR. EMMA L., Surgeon-Chiropodist. Ri.iir

222 Kearny,

Room

Kearny 3759.

201.

by appointment. DR. JAMES. Hale Bros., Fifth and

o to 5,

nr

BROWN, Market Sts. Sutter 5600. KORN IO STEIN, DR. G., 203 Post 101 curing.

St.

Baker

Douglas 2536.

08VALD, DR. nELEN.

Bldg.,

Also

mani-

495 Frederick.

Park

6710.

SASS, DR. MAURICE, D. 8t.,

414

Mechanics'

S.

Bldg.

948 Market Douglas 5285.

C.,

CHIROPRACTORS BURNSIDE, Franklin

Dll. 323.

CONNOR, DR. W. 8308.

MINETTA, B.,

1315

934 Clement.

Polk

St.

Paclflr

MALOY. MRS. LOUISE

E.,

C.

ton Apartments, 775 Post 1202; private. Prospect 1679.

MILLER, MISS AGNLS St.

L.,

S.,

St

C.

WarringProspect

S.,

3043 Clay

Fillmore 1830.

PETERS,

MRS.

CINDERELLA,

S.,

951

Eddy St. Franklin 4785. ROSS, MRS. ELIZABETH A., C. S., Geary St., Room 8^7. Sutter 2027;

resi-

dence.

Franklii

2730.

C.

133

PETER V.. C. S., 133 Geary St., Room 837. Sutter 2027; residence, Franklin 2730. RUSSELL. JOHN W., C. S., Phelan 612 Bldg. Douglas 1410. STEWART. MRS. TESSIE, C. S., 38 Palm Ave. Pacific 1281. 8CHOO MAKER, MRS. F., 133 Geary. Garfield ROSS,

;

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY SHANK. FLOYD C,

C. S., Office, 57 Post St. Residence, 1801 California; Tel. Sutter 4528. Tel. Franklin 4540. A., C. S., 607 8WKNSON, MRb. Park 1147. 1 to 4 P. M., Frederick St.

MARGARET

Tuesday.

except St.

A., C. S., 133

Geary

Kearny 3084; residence, Fillmore

2967.

WIGHTMAN, MISS HELEN Geary ments.

P..

5th and California St. bet.

;

WILLIS, MRS. MATTIE A..

12

Sutter 4972. Friday.

M.

S..

TRINITY CHURCH,

Bum

356

E.,

Kearny

California.

Kearny

CO., 6 California at Market.

808.

W. Clampett, Franklin 1334.

Evangelical

GERMAN

CHURCH,

EVANGELICAL

Rev. Struckmeier, Pastor. Residence: 1421 Howard St. Residence: Market 2180.

914.

WEULE, LOUIS

Rev. F. and Gough Sts.

PAUL'S

ST.

INSTRUMENTS

BUTLER, GEO.

G
B. Wright, Rector, Fulton and Fillmore Sts. Re -•id* nee: 2242 Polk St. Residence: Prospect 3373.

Rector,

CHRONOMETERS AND NAUTICAL

Thomas



STEPHEN'S CHURCH, Rev

ST

45 Kearny St. P. M., except

4652

1108.

Boyd, Rector. 2427 California St. West 8476 Sunday services 8 A. M. and 11 A. M. evening services by annouuecment.

H., C. S., Wiltshire

C. 8., to 4

Residence: Pacific

Parker

Sutter 2290.

Hotel.

WOLFE, ELMER

8th Aves. Residence:

PAUL EMANUEL CHURCH,

ST.

133 Apart-

C.

Warrington

residence. Prospect 1202.

St.

JAPAN KSE EPISCOPAL MISSION, Rev. Paul Ho, Pastor. 2230 Post St. Fillmore 4273. ST. .JAMES PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. S. J. Lee, Rector. Clement

Saturday.

VINCENT, MRS. LAURA

35

Evangelical Lutheran

CHURCH EVANGELICAL LUTH-

CHRIST'S

ERAN,

Rov. Theodore Pieper, Pustor, Irving and 12ch Ave. Residence: Sunset 915.

CHURCHES

Greek Orthodox Church A rtvent CI? ristian FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY GREEK CHURCH, Rev. Calliseos Papadeorgopoulos, Pastor, 317 7th SAN FRANCISCO, Rev. William E. Snider. Residence: 747 Residence: Mission 4563.

Shotwell St.

Baptist

CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH. Ches

Pastor,

1

Waverly

Rev.

L.

S.

Kearny

Place.

CHURCH. Octavia and Market 242. SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.

BAPTIST

Waller

Sts.,

HAMILTON

at Market.

Rev. Creed W. Gawthrop, Pastor, Post near Fillmore. Residence: 1745 Pierce St. Fillmore 2932. Residence: West 1396.

Buddhist

BUDDHIST CHURCH OF SAN FRANCISCO, Rev.

k.

Ucfaida, 6401.

West

Minister,

1881

Pine

P.

Hall.

Golden Gate Services every Sunday,

M.

CAIIFORNIA BIBLE COLLEGE, Russell

Dean,

SE

corner

,

;

Interdenominational A.

ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS. Commandery

(Ohabai Shalom?) Rahbi Herman Rosenwaseer, 1881 Bush St. Fillmore 243. Residence; Pacific 5138. Hours of service: Saturday, 10 A M a;id daily services 5.30. KENESETII ISRAEL TEMPLE. Rov. G. Kateman. Rabbi, Rev. H. L. Shenscn, Practical Mohel, Webstar bet. McAllister and Golden Gate Ave. Residence: Fillmore 2307. TEMPLE EMANU-EL, Rev. Martin A. Meyer, Rahbi, R. R. Ringer. Cantor, 450 Sutter St. Residence: Fillmore 6G6. Services Friday at Saturday, 10 o'clock A. M. 5 P. M.

St.

Christian 3

Hebrew BUSH STREET TEMPLE CONGREGATION

2036.

FIRST"

of

Rev. D. A. Gougb and

G«*ary.

FIR8T CHRISTIAN CHURCH,

Residence, Market 4020.

St.

Pastor. 22d and Shotwell Sts.

Rev.

W.

P.

Btntley, Pastor. Duboce Ave. and Noe St. Residence: 206 Steiner St. Park 2335. Res idence: Park, 3872. WEST SIDE CHRISTIAN. Rev. D. A. Russell Pastor, 2520 Bush St. Fillmore 4066.

A.

S.

TEMPLE OF TRUTH,

Cbipf, 414

Mason

St.,

Alelheia Head, 5th Floor, Native Sons'

Bide.

LIBERAL

lEOPLE'S

CHURCH.

Henry

Frank, Speaker; residence, Harcourt Hotel, Prospect 4900. Service* 1105 Larkiu St. Sunday, It A. M. and & P. M.; Tuesday and Friday evenings. Office address, Bm. 377, Monadnock Bldg.

Lutheran

EBENEZER LUTHERAN CHURCH.

Rev. Carl D. Lundquist, Ppstor, loth and Dolores fits. Residence; Park 2897. FINNISH SEAMEN'S MISSION, Rev. A. V. Halla, Supt., 9 Mission St. Douglas 4528. LUTHERAN CHURCH, Rev. Herman Gehrcke, Pastor, Residence. 433 Dolores Residence: Market 1534. Sunday mornSt. ing services, 10:4"i A. M. ; eveuiug eervicos

Congregational CHINESE CENTRAL MISSION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Rev. W. Long, paator, GERMAN 21 Brenham Place. China 777. GREEN STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Rev. A. B. Apra, Pastor, 613 Green

St.

Residence- Douglas 3610.

Congregational Presbyterian JAPANESE CHURCH OF CHRIST, Rev. K. Kodaha, 1500 Post

St.

Residence: Fillmore

1179.

Episcopal Rev. Frank Chorch, pastor, 1350 Waller St., Bet. Masonic and Ashhury. Market 1862; Res., Franklin 5204. CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE FVANGELIST, THE., C. L. Thackeray, Rector, 15th and Julian Ave. Residence: 120 Julian. Residence: Market 1361. Holy communion at A. M. holy com7:30; morning praj-er, munion first Sunday of month, 11 A. M. evening prayer, 7:30 P. M. CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION, Rev. Austin B. Chinn. Rector. 11th Ave. aid Irving St. Residence, 1262 11th Ave. Reel deuce- Sunset 1611. Holy communion. 8 A. M. Sanday-school, 9:45; morning service, II A. M.: evening, 7:43. Take cars 7 or 17. GRACE CATHEDRAL, Bishop W. F. Nichols. Dean J. Wilnier Gresham, California and Taylor Sts. Franklin 6148. ;

;

announcement.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL

JOHANNES' CHURCH, Rev.

G. Hansel, pastor, 2102 Lar-

kin St., Cor. Larkin and Vallejo. 6977.

JOHN'S

ST

ALL SAINTS' CHURCH,

H

«p« cial

ST.

Franklio

LUTHERAN CHURCH,

Rev. Synod, 22d Rpsidence: St. bet Capp aDd Howard Sts. S12C 22d St. Residence: Mission 2717. Sunday services 10:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. ST. PAUL'S GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Rev. G. A. Bernthal. PasResidence: Franktor, Gough and Eddy Sts.

John Braeuer,

Missouri

385.

lin

ST.

Pastor.

MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Feix,

S.

pastor,

Franklin Sts.

O'Farrell, Bet. Franklin 6194.

Rev. H.

Gough and

Methodist

FREE METHODIST CHURCH, The

Rev. C. L. 3024 24th St. ReMdenc**: Valencia 3274. Sunday-school, 10 A. M.; preaching, 11 A. M. oenin.r. 7:.'i'J P. M.; Wednesday prayer meeting, 8 F. M.

Manning, Pastor, nenr Harrison St. ;

residence:

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

36

CHUKCHKS

(Continued) Methodist Episcopal AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH. ZION

CHURCH,

Rev. A. L. Lightford, pastor, Geary and Fillmore Sts., residence, 1418 Fillmore 3108. Geary. A8BURY CHURCH, Rev. W. H. D. Hornaday, pastor, Geary and Seventh Ave., pastor's residence, 4319 Geary St. Pacific 901. Services, Sunday-school, 9:45, preaching, 11 A. M.. 7:45 P. M. Epworth League, 6:30. CALIFORNIA STREET CHURCH, Rev. Logan W. Wheatley, pastor, California and Broderick Sts., residence, 2879 California St. Fillmore 3899.

BETHEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. James Washington,

Kearny 2107. Ser1207 Powell St. Sunday10:45 A. M., 7:45 P. M. school, 1 P. M. Pastor at home Wednesday and Friday, 9 A. M., 5 P. M.

pastor, vices,

CALVARY

EPISCOPAL

METHODIST

CHURCH,

E. J. Magor, Judah and Nineteenth Ave., residence, 1255 Nineteenth Ave. Sunset 2424. CENTRAL METHODIST, Rev. J. F. Poucher, pastor, O'Farrell and Leavenworth Sts. Franklin 3488. Residence. Park 5357.

Rev.

FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, L. Bent, pastor, Clay and Larkin Sts., residence, 1636 Clay St. Franklin 582. Residence. Franklin 466.

Rev.

C.

FIRST SWEDISH METHODIST EPISCOPAL

CHURCH, Camp and

Rev. Francis Ahnlund, pastor. Guerrero Sts. Residence, 429

Guerrero

METHODIST

St.

HAMILTON CHURCH,

Park 5513.

HAVEN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, W. H. Hampton,

pastor, 456 Missouri Sunday-school, 9:45 A. St. Valencia 6933. M., preaching, 11 A. M., class meet, 12 M., Epworth League, 6:30 P. M., preaching, 7:30 P. M., Junior League, Friday, 3 P. M.

HOWARD

ST.

CHURCH,

Rev. H.

Howard and Harriet

pastor.

JAPANESE CHURCH,

Sts.

METHODIST

J.

Winsor,

Park 2065.

EPISCOPAL

Rev. Rokuro Miyavawa, pastor, 1359 Pine St. Franklin 3888. Sunday services, Sunday-school, 10:30, preaching, 11 A. M., evening, 8 P. M. ST. ANDREW'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. W. H. Hampton, pastor. Valencia 6933. Preaching, 11 A. M., Epworth League, 6:30 P. M., Junior League, Friday, 3 P. M. EPISCOPAL ST. JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH, Rev. G. A. Wassa, pastor, 3718 Army St. Valencia 1518. ST. PAUL'S GERMAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. Frank Brinkmeyer, pastor, 240 Page St., residence, 242 Page St.

Market 4122. Sunday services, Sundayschool, 10 A. M., service, 11 A. M., evening, 7:30 P. M.

TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. Robertson Burley, pastor, residence, 3878 Seventeenth St. Market 4062. Office,

Market 2579.

WESLEY CHURCH. ister,

Hayes

and

Rev.

J.

Sunday morning o'clock.

H. Lewin, minMarket Sts.

Buchanan

Miscellaneous Y. M. C. A.,

W.

H.

Oehlhoff, vicar, 246 Second St., near Folsom. Garfield Services, Sunday, 11 A. M., clinic, day 659. nursery, club and clothing bureau. OF CHRIST, A. J. Dumm, secretary, 4034 California St. Pacific 2827.

CHURCH

J.

Hall,

11

Waller, pastor, Eighteenth and Danvers Sts. Franklin 2723.

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF THE Y. W. C. A., headquarters, 1812 Washington St. Office, Prospect 3194. For foreign born women. Classes in English and social activities. Greek Center. 1031 Harrison St.; Italian and Spanish Center, 505 Columbus Ave.; Russian Center, 1911 Twenty-third St.; Chinese Center, corner of Stockton and Sacramento Sts. For further information telephone Prospect 3194.

VEDANTA SOCIETY OF SAN FRANCISCO,

Swami Prakashananda, 2963 Webster

Rev. St..

corner Filbert St.

Fillmore 1265.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, branch, 220 Golden Gate Ave. Franklin 461. L. Pierce, general secretary.

Lyman

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Harriet

L. Bromley, general secretary, 620 Sutter St. Prospect 6500. All In-

formation may be obtained from 620 Sutter Prospect 6500. St.

7:30

10

Services,

elder.

P.

A.

M.,

11:30

A.

M.,

M.

Presbyterian

BETHANY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Rev. Arthur Robinson Willis, Pastor, Madrid and Residence: 319 London St. Excelsior Ave. Residence: Randolph 172. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. Josiah Sibley, pastor, Fillmore and Jackson Sts.

Fillmore

3609.

Fillmore

Residence,

2528

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. W. K. Guthrie, pastor, Van Ness Ave. and Sacramento

St.

Residence,

Franklin 417.

Fillmore 2180.

LINCOLN PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. C. S. Tanner, pastor, Thirty-first Ave. and Clement St., residence, 6729 California St.

Pacific 150.

MIZPAH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Rev. F. A. Doane, pastor. Harrison, near Fifth St., Douglas 1190. pastorate, 192 Hawthorne St. Services, Sunday-school, 10 A. M., preaching, 11 A. M., evening, 7:30 P. M.

SEVENTH AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,

Rev. W. J. Fisher, pastor, Seventh Ave., between Irving and Judah, residence, 1482 Sixth Ave. Sunset 865. Sunday-school, 9:45 A. M., services, 11 A. M., Endeavor, 6:45, evening, 7:45. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. Clement James Reid. Ph. D., pastor, resi800 Head St., Ingleside Terrace. dence, Randolph 16. Office, Mission 5156. Office open every day.

Roman

Catholrc

CATHOLIC JAPANESE MISSION,

T. Martin, secretary, 228 Embarcadero and 28 Market 8t., 226 Steuart St. Sutter 8521 and Sleeping accommodations for 500. 1780. ARMY AND NAVY Y. M. C. A. BRANCH, W. T. Martin, secretary, 226 Steuart St., and 228 Embarcarlero. Sutter 1780.

CANON KIP MEMORIAL,

Sorosis

REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. Rev. G. J.

2950.

ARMY AND NAVY

services,

536 Sutter St.

Mormon CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTERDAY SAINTS, 1649 Hayes St. West 1337. EPISCOPAL Joseph E. Robinson, elder; Justus Swanson,

Rev. Frank Porter Flegal, pastor, Waller and Belvedere Sts. Residence, 169 Belvedere St. Market 4253.

Rev.

Rev. C. 8. S. Duttou, pastor. Franklin and Gongh Sta. Franklin 228; Residence, Fillmore 2340. FINNISH SEAMEN'S MISSION, 9 Mission St. Douglas 4528. HOME OF TRUTH, Mrs. Melba Merrill, speaker, 1109 Franklin St. Franklin 5134.

Rev. Pious

L. Moore, S. J., 1715 Octavia St., near Pine. Fillmore 4497.

CHURCH OF THE HOLY st.

CROSS, 1818 Eddy

Tel.. residence Fillmore 41.

Rev. F.

W.

Brockhage, pastor.

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Rev. A. M. Durantlni,

pastor.

3255

residence Valencia 1762. CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY (Slavonian), Tel. residence Market 5028. 245 Linden st. Rev. Francis Turk, pastor; Rev. William Hughes, assistant, Fell St., bet. Franklin

Folsom

St.

and Gough.

Tel.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY CIDER AND VINEGAR

MISSION DOLORES, Rev. 3341 36th

Tel.

st.

J. Sullivan, pastor, residence. Market 251.

NOTRE DAME DES VICTOIRES, min

Rev. Benja526 Bush St. Kearny Holy Day, 7-8-9; Sunday Ser-

Mass

3272.

SWEET APPLE

MARY'S CHURCH,

ST.

Paulist Fathers.

Kearny 3747. Sunday 600 California st. mass, 6:30. 8, 9, 10, 10:45 A. M.; high mass last mass, evening service, 12:15 P. M. 8 P. M. ST. ANNE CHURCH, Rev. W. G. O'Mahouy, pastor. 1239 Irving st. tel., residence, Sunset 452. Mass, 6:30, 7:30, 9, 10, 11:30 A.M.; evening sevice, 7:30 P. M. ST. EOM'NIC'S CHURCH, priory 2390 Bush st. West 158. Very Rev. Father McMahon, provincial, Very Rev. Father J. P. O. P. Murphy, O. P.; pastor. Very Rev. Father J. B. O'Connor. ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH, Rev. W. J. Butler,

APPLEFIELD,

;

California st., rector, bet. Walnut and Laurel. Fillmore 958. Mass, holy day, 7, 8, 9:30, 11 A. M. ST. FRANCIS CHURCH, Rev. Patrick Col lopy, pastor, cor. Columbus ave. and Vallejo Kearny 4218. Patron church of San st. Francisco. ST. IGNATIUS, Rev. Foote, pastor, 2211 Hayes st. Residence, Pacific 1665. ST. JAMES CHURCH, Rev. Lynch, pastor,

Residence, 23d and Guerrero Sts. Guerrero St.; Valencia 5881.

INC.,

JOSEPH'S CHAPEL., Y0>UTHS' DIRECTORY, 19th and Church sts. Mission 126.

MARY'S CATHEDRAL,

Rev. Charles A. administrator. Van Ness ave. and O'Favrell st. Franklin 2375. ST. MONICA'S CHURCH, Rev. Edward J. Doran, pastor, pastorate. 23d Ave. and Geary

ST.

Ramm,

Pacific

St.

ST.

1383.

PATRICK'S CHURCH,

John

Rev.

gers, pastor, 756 Mission st.

Rod-

Tel., residence,

Douglas 1745. ST.

PAUL'S CHURCH, Rev. M.

Connelly, pastor, 29th and Church sts. Tel., residence, Mission 1190. Mass 6, 7:30, 9, 10, 11 A.M.; 12:15 P. M., 7:30 P. M. ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, Rev. Raphael M. Piperni, pastor, 666 Filbert st. Tel., residence, Kearny 800. In charge of Salesian Fathers. ST. PETER'S CHURCH, Rev. Peter C. Yorke, pastor; Rev. E. Maher, Rev. M. Doyle; Mission 2996. 1200 Florida st. Rev. R. Hunt, inspector of schools.

ST.

D.

ROSE'S CHURCH, Rev. Richard

St.

St.

CO.. 554-56 Commercial

Pano A.

Belesott, Douglas 4029.

(Cont'd.)

D. Erdreich, Pacific Coast Mgr., 24 California St. Sutter 4932. HE1LIGER, WM. F., 2958 16th St. Market 5242. I1IOS, ALFREDO M., 2454 Geary St. West 9534. SCHWARTZ, R. CO., 441 Pine St. Gar1452.

field

CIGAR STORES BERCOVICH,

CIGAR

H.,

Kearny

ery.

CO.,

501 Montgom-

866.

CASEY, JACK. 2472 3d St. Mission 70:;:;. DOCKE'NDORFF, E., 5 Plymouth. Randolph 3175.

FREEMAN, JERRY (BUCK), Sutter 300. Tickets.

765 Market St. Eight

Headquarters;

Baseball

HERS OH, BEN,

1251 Van Ness. Prospect Cigars by the Box. A., 155 Mason. Franklin 5569. Smok-

3137.

HESS,

Supplies.

ers'

LA ROSE,

S. L., 948 Market St. and Mason, Lobby of Mechanics' Bldg. Kearny 4161. Box Trade a Specialty. Special Discount

Given.

PAUL,

297V2 9th St. Park P. Cigars. Tob'iccos and Candies.

Fine

6421.

PE-NN, HOMER, 920 Market St. Kearny 5911. Headquarters for Boxing Contests Seats. 5AOtf.E, H. A., 1041 Guerrero St. Mission 8200. Also Candy and Stationery. SHARP, D. J., 188 Embarcadeio. Sutter 3945. YOUNG, GEO. W., 353 Geary St. Kearny 2709. Also Newsdealers.

CIGARS (WHOLESALE) i

LASER BROS.,

Montgomery

621

Sut-

St.

ter 4450.

PETRI

CIGAR

ITALIAN-AMERICAN Jackson

409

Kearny

St.

CO.,

3968.

CIGARS, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES —WHOLESALE

pastor;

Pacific

Sacramento

EL SIDELO CIGAR FACTORY,

Collins,

Rev. Timothy Galvin, assistant pastor; 532 Brannau st, Douglas 2367. Rev. Eglsto Tozzi, assistant pastor. ST. TERESA'S CHURCH, Rev. John Harnette, pastor; Rev. Michael Galvan, assistant; Rev. John McClave; 723 Tennessee st. Tel., reside ice, Mission 371. STAR OF THE SEA CHURCH, Rev. Phillip O'Ryan. pastor; 8th ave. and Gearv st.

422

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS

1086

ST.

WM.,

Douglas 5421.

EL PANO CIGAR MANUFACTURING

;

;

VINEGAR,

St.

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS

vices, 7:30-9-10:30.

OLD

Market

11501/-

AND

CIDER

1

pastor,

Allain,

37

SRAEL.

SAM,

Jackson

310-314

St.

Doug-

las 35f8.

CIGAR AND TOBACCO AGENTS K LAM, E. M., Room 304 Santa Marina Bldg.

U?

Market

Kearnv

St.

458.

1653.

YGLESIA DE GUADALUPE.

NUESTRA

SENORA

DE

Rev. A. M. Santandreu, pasresidence 908 Broadway. tor; Tel., residence, Franklin 4028.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO JOBBERS &

''THRMAN *>ROS.

Oarny

T

CO..

230

California

St.'

540.

Russian Orthodox CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS HOLY TRINITY ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL, BARENDT ARTHUR H.. President of Board Rev. Vladimir Sakovich, pastor; residence, 1520

Green

residence,

st.,

cor.

Van Ness

ave.

Swedenborgian CHURCH OF THE NEW JERUSALEM, Guylee,

Lyon and Washington

Tel.,

West

pastor; residence,

Truth CALIFORNIA

Post daily.

st. 4

of

Public

Health,

Mills

sts.

11 A. St.,

Supervisors. ?0

AnM.,

near

Sutter 3324. Reading-room, 68 suit 722; open 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.

Judge

Police

Court.

3,

BRANDON, EDWARD

Center

TRUTH CENTER, May

Douglas

Kearny 4184. Hall of Justice. BO^KEN, F. W., Supt. Municipal Railway, Gen Office 2600 Geary St., corner Presidio Ave. West 191. ^"nt;

Rev.

Bldg.

1838.

'WADY, MATTHEW,

2313.

drews Wtggin, speaker. Service G. G. Coramandery Hall. Sutter Stelner.

Tel.]

Franklin 6S02.

J.,

De Soto

BRYANT EDWARD

Member Board St.

of

Randolph 2493.

Collector, Room 8500. CA*>ANISS GEO. B.. .lurtee of Superior Court, Park 8500. Dept. 3. Room 403 City" Hall. CATOR, THOS. V.. Member of Board of ElecMission 3044. tions, 3968 23d St. "">6.

City

Hall.

F.,

Park

Tax

38

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

CITY,

COUNTY OFFICIALS—Cont'd MURPHY.

COLLINS.

C.

Member Board

J..

Mission 3358 22d St. Mission Enterprise.

CR OTHERS, GEO. C,

of Elections, Publisher of

1431.

Judge Superior Court,

Room

Dept. 14,

402. City Hall. Park 8500. D'ANCONA. A. A., Member of Board of Education, 802 Shrader St. Market 5907. DEASY, CORNELIUS J.. Member Board of S. F. Supervisors. 702 Kohl Bldg. Sutter 4810.

DEASY. DANIEL 0., Judge Superior Court, I>«r>t. 13, Room 432, City Hall. Park 8500. de SUCCA, JAMES. Sec. Board of Park Com missioners. Golden Gate Park Lodge.

Pacific

1187.

THOS.

8500. Dally.

Chief Engineer, Fire City Hall. Park 2, 10:30 to 12 o'clock

R.,

Room

Commissioners,

Hours,

Office

NELSON. CHARLES

Member Board

A.,

of S.

Park 8500. NESFIELD, MARGARET C. Director Widows' Pension Bureau, Room 462 City Hall. Park F.

Supervisors,

City

Hall.

8500.

ARTHUR

O'NEILL,

A. (M.D.), City Physician, 8utter 5810. OPPENHE1M. MORRIS, Juds?e of Police Court of City of San Francisco, Dept. 4, Hall of

?50 Post

St.

Kearny Kearny 4185.

and

Justice,

Washington

Sts.

PRIOR,

J. K. JR., Member Board of Elec2901 Pacific Ave. West 428. REID, JR., JOHN, Consulting Architect, Bureau of Architecture, 1300 First National Bank Bldg. Sutter 2799. ter 2899. M. J.. Judge Superior Court, Dept. WX3HE, FICKEKT, CHAS. M., District Attorney, Hall Park 8500. 12, City Hall. Sutter 2920, ROCHE, THEODORE J., President Board of Justice and 901 Cole Bldg. of Kearny 283. Police Commissioners, Humboldt Bank Bldg. FINN. THUS. F.. Sheriff of County. Room 335 Kearny 5740. Board Office. Hall of Justice. City Hnll. Park 8500. RONCOVIERI. ALFRED. County SuperintendFITZPATRICK, T. I.. Judge Police Court, Residence, 2454 ent of Schools, City Hall. Kearnv 4182. Dept. 1., Hall of Justice. Park 8500. Vallejo St. FLOOD, BERNARD J., Jndge Superior Court, SAHLEIN. MRS. HENRY, Member of Adult Park 8500. Dept. 16, Room 426, City Hall. Probation Board, 1718 Sutter St. Franklin Member Board J., GALLAGHER, 139 of San Francisco Supervisors, 1379 Masonic SANBORN, MRS. F. G.. Member Board of S. Ave. Park 78. F. Play Ground Commissioners, 1020 Dolores QA I LAGHEK, GEO. E., President of Board of Mission 264. Board meets alt. Wed. St. Education. City Hall. Park S500. at 2:30 P. M., Room 376, Citv Hail. GODCHAUX, EDMOND. County Recorder, SCHMITZ, E. E., Member Board of SuperviRoom 167, City HalL Park 8500. Prospect 944. sors. 1855 Sacramento St. GRAHAM, THOMAS F.. Presiding Judge SHORTALL, EDW. P., Judge Superior Court. Superior Court, Dept. 10, Room 452, City Pent. 15, Room 418. City Hall. Park 8500. Hall. Park 8500. THOMAS E. (M.D.), Member GRIFFIN. FRANKLIN A., Judge Superior SHUMATE, Board of Police Commissioners, 86 Post St. Court, Dept. 11. Hall of Justice. Park 8500. Douglas 5885. HASSLER, WM. C. (M. D.), City Health Offi- STURTEVANT, G. A., Judge of Superior Market 1491. cer. 1085 Mission St. Court. Dept. Room City HalL

DOLAN, LAWRENCE

Sealer of Weights J-, 7*oom 6 Cltv Hnll. Park 8500. DUNNE, PRANK H„ Judge Superior Court, Criminal Dept. 6, Hall of Justice. Sut-

and Mon«="'-^p

tions.

ANDREW

HAYDEN.

J.

EMMET. Member

Board of S. F. Kearny 2954. JOHN, 216-224 Folsom St. Kearny

Market

Supervisors, 34

HERMANN.

St.

Residence, Pacific 1124.

543.

HERRING, T

R.,

of Fire Com(Sunset). Sun3et

Member Board

missioners, 1438 26th Ave. 629.

HILMER, FRED

A.,

Member Board

of Super-

Kearny 2954. HOCKS, OSCAR, Member Board of Supervisors 558 Guerrero St. Market 55. Davis

visors, 129

HUNT, JOHN, Itept.

No.

St.

Judge of the Superior Court, Room 411 City Hall. Park

5,

8500.

HYNKS. JOHN Supervisors.

JONES, MISS

D..

Member Board

550 Page St.

SARAH

J.,

of

S.

F.

Park 2157.

Member

of

Board

Prospect 2470. of Education. 691 Post St. Sec. Board of Fire Commissioners, City Hall. Park 8500. KORT1CK. C-, Member Foard of S. F. Supervisors, 335 First St. Sutter 516. LAHANEV, JOSEPH F., Member Board of S. F. Supervisors. 902 Potrero Ave. Mission 738. LULL. GEORGE, City Attorney, City Hall. Park 8500. MAHER. JAMES J., Chief Examiner and Sec. Civil Service Commission, Room 151 City Residence: 942 Dolores. Hall. Park 8500. Residence: Mission 8358. McDOUGALD. JOHN E. f County Treasurer, Room 110, City Hall. Park 8500. McLEKAN, RALPH, 2474 Fulton St. Pacific 5877.

KENNEDY, FRANK.

JOHN

McLAREN, JOHN.

Superintendent Golden Gate Park. Golden Gate Park Lodge. Pacific 1641. MULCREVY, H. I., County Clerk, Room 225, Cltv

Pa-k 8500.

Hall.

McSHKEHY. JAMES

B..

Member

of Board of

San Francisco Supervisors, 1147 Dolores

St.

Valencia 4211.

MULVKY, THOMAS M-0

City

Hall.

S., Secy, to

MUT.VlHILL. JOSEPH, Member

Room

of

Board of

T'.O Third Ave. Pacific 402. Jii-iK' of Superior Court, Dept. City Hall. Jvvenlle Court, '104

Bflfxrvlscrs,

MURASKY. 2.

Judges,

Park 8500.

Park

S500.

Room

Park

465,

8.

8500.

SULLIVAN. JOHN E.. Acting: Fire Room 2 City Hall. Park 8500. SYKES, FRANK C, Member Board

Marshal,

of Fire Cororaistdoners, Crocker Bldg. Kearnj' 5708. Residence: Pacific 3904. TRACY, GEO. A., Pres. Board Civil Service

Commissioners, 701 Underwood Bldg. Meets Monday 8 P. M. las 3178. 151,

Doug-

Room

City Hall.

JAMES M., Judge vSnperior Court, Room 429, City Hall. Park 8500. VAN NOSTRAND, J. J., Judge Superior Court, Park 8500. Dept. 4, Room 466 City Hall. WELCH, RICHARD J.. Member Board of S.

7 ROUTT npot.

1.

F. Supervisors, 978 Guerrero St. Valencia 69. D. A., Chief of Police. Hall of Douglas 20. Justice.

WHITE,

WILL INS, MRS. Commission,

25

J. E.,

St.

Member

Francis

City Planning Bid. Sunset

2462.

ZEMANSKY.

J.

Room

tions,

H.. Registrar Dept. of ElecPark 8500. 155 City Hall.

CLEANERS AND DYERS BRISTOL RENOVATORY,

431 Jones St. Pros-

pect 3894.

CLASS A CLEANERS AND DYERS. Prop., 3244 Sacramento St. COHN, A.. 535 Bryant St. Kearny 5314.

A. Tin, 2399. Garfield 1009,

West

HOME CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS, Kearny 3190. 907-11 Washington St. LIBERTY CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS, Dave Cohen

West

Mgr., 3344 Fillmore St.

276 and 277.

SNYDER, L., 237 Eddy St. Franklin THIOHARIS, NICK, 369 Third St.

4293.

Kearny

5090.

CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS GALTTE,

L.. 339

Eighth

St.

Park

162.

S\N FRANCISCO CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS, 1252 Stockton St. Garfield 1062. THOMAS G. F.. DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS, 859 Fourteenth St. Park 969.

&AN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY TOGO BROS., CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS, 3387 Sacramento, nr. Walnut. West 1979.

COFFEE, TEAS AND SPICES GOLDEN EAGLE COFFEE 8t.

Kearny

CO., 718 Harrison

3204.

MILO COFFEE CO.. 360-362 CLOAKS, SUITS AND DRESSES las 4322. Also Chocolate, COSGRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT CO., 352 Post Powder and Extracts. Douglas

St.

and

4904.

Cloaks,

Ladles'

CO., 117 Grant

FURST, MAL, 135 Kearny. Kearny O'REILLY CLOAK AND SUIT CO.,

259.

CLOAKS AND SUITS SCHEER,

130 Kearny

S.,

CLOCK REPAIRERS CO., 436 Whitney Bldg. All Kinds of Clocks Repaired.

Flood Bldg.

Garfield 800.

CALIFORNIA LAW AND COLLECTIONS AGENCY, 405-6-7-8, Williama Bldg., 693 CASNER'S AGENCY,

Sutter 3576.

LAW

AND

948 Market

COMMERCIAL BUREAUS

CO., 245 Columbus Ave. Doug-

WHARTON, RAY

las 4022.

CLOTHING

—OUTFITTERS HIGH SCHOOL

MILLER, MARTIN

CADET

2926 Lyon St.

N.,

Fill-

more 1193.

CLOTHING BARNEY FRANKEL,

—MEN'S

110 Sutter St.

Sutter

COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS RICHMOND INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, 1212 Hearst Factory and Sutter 823. deep water and railway.

shipping

locations,

INC.

COMMISSION BROKERS

St*.,

Mission St. Valencia 4676.

DUVAL, W. M. &

CO., 112 Market St.

Kearny

2482.

—MEN'S AND LADIES* BR1TO, JOHN, CLOTHING—YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING

66 Jackson Et.

PEARLSTEIN, CHARLES,

—Young

HESKINS* CLOTHING

BIANCALANA PRODUCE

156 Powell St. Gar-

CO.,

761

Market

st.

Kearny 1651.

St.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS OARLKTON, nia

EVERETT & CO., 260 CaliforCHARLES & BROTHER, 314 E.

Sutter 3619.

st.

CORRIEA,

Washington

Men and Men's

CO.,- 454 Front

Kearny 4012.

Sutter 4308.

field 1768.

CLOTHING

D.,

691.

Bldg.

(Three Storos), 988 Market St., 2784 Franklin 7738, Franklin 4406,

Eddy and Taylor

St.

692.

691,



COLLECTION

Sutter 5217. D., 110 Sutter St. Sutter

WHARTON, RAY

CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS MEN'S &

COLLECTION AGENCIES ASSOCIATED C REDIT EXCHANGE OF SAN FRANCISCO, W. M. Cartwright, Pres., 684

Mission St.

CALIFORNIA CLOCK

L.

St.

Douglas 1227.

TAUSSIG, LOUIS, 153 Kearny. Garfield 993. Wholesale price made to single customers.

HIRSCH,

CO., 110 Sutter 3560. Brine and Ammonia Pipe Covering. Walls and Floora Insulated, Cold Water Pipes Covered. VAN FLEET- FREE AR CO., 120 Jessie St.

Douglas 4110.

St.

CLOAKS AND SUITS—WHOLESALE

Douglas 4211.

COLD STORAGE AND INSULATION Jessie

2041 MisCredit extended.

Market 2492.

sion St.

Dong-

St.

LEWIS ROOFING AND ASBESTOS

Kearny 5556.

Ave.

Third

Olive Oil, Baking

Suits

Furs* on Credit.

EASTERN CLOAK AND SUIT

39

do

Douglas 957. A. de Back, Mgr., 168 to 172 Washington St., 400 to 420 Davis St.

BACK &

St.

CO.,

J.

Kearnv 1386.

HAGENS,

J.

a, 58 Sutter

F*.

Sutter

St.

5038.

HOPKINS,

COAL STURPIVANT COAL

CO., 423 Fulton St. Park

837.

L,

Front

CO.,

J.

Merchant

and

Kearnv 2916.

Sts.

JOSEPH BROTHERS

Washington

222

CO.,

Kearny 2606. PRICE, W. C. & CO., 244 Clay St.

COAL AND FUEL —WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FUEL

CALIFORNIA West

West

6083,

CO.,

2080

Sutter

St.

846.

154

Sutter St. Sutter 4787. Coats, Dresses. Suits and Skirts. Large sizes

always

in stock.

R., Mills Bldg.

Sutter 996.

Gar1174 Phelan bldg. Compiling private cable codes.

CODFISH AND PRODUCE

WHOLESALE

more

St.

CO., 141 Clay St.

Kearny 2165.

BROS., Kohl bldg.

Kearny

APPLE BLOSSOM THE, James

Fill-

Calfas, Prop.,

Kearny 4164. Theodore

Kearny

Eliopnlasi,

Qual-

5827.

BROWN, ISMA, 36 Montgomery St. Kearny 4148. CONNORS & PEDERSON, 2708 24th St. Mission 3005.

ELITE CONFECTIONERY, 941

Market.

Louis N.

Candy and

HUNNICUTT'S, rell

St.

cheon, 3387.

Pappas,

Douglas 2443.

HILLMAN. JACK EDWARD, Candies and Douglas 1200.

dinner at

LAFKAS, PETE 515.

2105

West 3387

Prospect 4796.

COFFEE IMPORTERS BLOOM

ACROPOLIS CRYSTAL PARLORS,

Prop., 212 Powell St. ity sweets.

BUME, THEODORE,

UNION FTSH

& CO., 22 Battery St. Importers and exporters.

BON BONNIERE, THE,

CODES field 2866.

dairy

P.

Douglas 3567.

330 Market St.

COCOANUT OIL NAESS,

WRIGHT JOHN

Kearny and

St.

fruits,

CONFECTIONERY

COATS—WHOLESALE MOSS BROS.,

dried

1599. Cereals, poultry.

1017 Bash cream.

ice lees,

171

St.

O'F'arlun-

Breakfast,

popular prices.

K., 2105 Fillmore St.

West

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

40

CONFECTIONERY— Continued MITCHELL

CONFECTIONERY,

Van

833

Ness Ave. Frauklin 6629.

WALTER

O'BRIEN.

1600

J.,

1732 Post

CO.*.

St.

6831.

Ice

cream.

PETERSON CANDY STORE,

Market

862 Cole.

19S6.

'N WHISTLE CO., 130 Post St. and Kearny 2611 and Sutter Powell St.

PIG 35

4848.

POTTER'S CANDY STORE,

2279 Market

Victoria chocolates. PURITY CANDY CO., makers of Queen Anne F. W. Thelsen, mgr., 601 Grove Candies. Market 5364. st

PRECITA CANDY* STORE, Andrew Greame, Miss Constance Powers,

2425

Mgr.,

Mission St. Mission 1550.

CANDY STORE, 516 Castro. RUGE'S CANDY STORE, 3933 24th St. Valencia 2014. SHEFFER'S CANDY STORE, 1463 Haight St. RANKIN'S

Mission 5909.

Park candy

Soda water, ice cream, Easter

1320.

and

novelties.

SOLERI, A., 2876 Bryant St. Valencia STRAUSS, J., 833 Market St. Kearny Agent for Frazier Lewis, Santa chocolates.

toria

West

1319

chocolates in the city.

LECHTEN

Douglas 2547. T., Consul-General of Japan, 221 Sansome St. Douglas 5082.

PANAGOPOULOS, C, CONSUL OF GREECE, 1021-25 Fhelan bldg. Sutter 4192. PUYANS, B. E., Consul of Cuba, 326 Hol-

BROS., 1242 Divisadero

West

St.

2526.

—WHOLESALE

tery

LEE

CO.,

DONS',

Chestnut

& M. PACKING CO., 1178 Market Park 4528. Wholesale and Retail.

St.

RHINE, HENRY, & CO., Henry Rhine, Pres.; Herman Moss, Sec, 220 Commercial St. Sutter 4676.

R. M., & CO., Also Johbers.

RICHARDSON. Sutter 5224.

50 Main St.

WIENER & BIEBER. 4491.

88 Merchant St. Candy for export a specialty.

Sutter

CONFECTIONERY — WHOLESALE CORCORAN. WM., CANDY

CO., 49 Fremont. Douglas 3478. MAIDL. M. CANDY CO., 593 Turk St. Frank5111.

lin

ALEXANDER

C. B., CARNEGIE, British Co:isul-General; Gerald Shepherd, Charles C. Bevan, Vice-Consuls; Donald Grant, Acting Vice-Consul, 268 Market St. Sutter 5290. SCHM1EGELOW, E. Z.. Vice-Consul of Denmark, 409 Mills Bldg. Sutter 1309. SOARES, JOSE. Consul of Portugal, 345 Front St. Sutter 6919. TALACIOS, A.. Consul-General of Bolivia, 444 Holbrook Bldg.. 58 Sutter St. Sutter 1455.

TORCH IAN A,

VAN

H. A., C. Consul-General of Netherlands, 6G3 Mills Bldg. Sutter 5039.

WFSTEEBERG. DR. FREDERIK, Sweden.

of

sul

Room

Acting ConHansford Bldg.

108

5288.

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY UNION

CONSTRUCTION

CO., 604 Mission Francisco. Sutter 2790. Oakland: Lakeside 0300. Ships. Gold Dredges.

San

St.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS Sutter

P.

CONSULS

J.,

Monadnock Bldg.

CO., 1073

(509(5.

CONTRACTORS

St.

Franklin 628.

M.

S-, Russian Consul, 705 and 785 Flood Bldg. Garfield

ROSS,

WALKER.

INC., 605-11 Bat-

Garfield 587. 1535-49 INC.,

St.

703,

701, 630.

CONFECTIONERY, CANDY MFGRS. CALIFORNIA CANDY

Sutter 3192.

ROMANOVSKY, GEORGE

Fillmore

Market 9461. Best

St.

DIAMOND DRILLING

CO., N. H. Wright, Sutter 6141. Contractors

mgr., 768 Mission. in

diamond

drilling.

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ANDERSEN, FINN,

residence

1941

loth St.,

Park 6769. Sutter 6700. O'BRIEN, Hearst bldg. Sutter 116.

Oftice ISO Jessie St.

BOS &

BOVYER & SONS, 2407 5535. BRAUNTON, HAROLD, 6700. HOGBERG & LUDWIG

Sutter 4512.

St.

CACERES, HORATIO EOSSI, the Argentine Sutter 1985.

of

Republic,

Consul-General 110 Sutter St.

CERNA, JOSE ROBRIGUEZ. Guatemala,

of

46

Consul-General Montgomery St. Sutter

15)2.

CHAO HSIU CHU, Chinese Consul-General, Montgomery St. China 265. DA CUNHA, VICTOR F.. Consul U. S. Brazil.

DAVIKR.

110 Sutter St.

CO,

L.

W.

AKvt. Provost Marshal, Kearnv 898.

BACAKA,

DE

of Ecuador, 1007.

of

Kearny 3394. KAIRI, Hon. British

Room

NAKTJBN 235

617

C..

439 Mills Blrig.

Consul-General St. Sntter

Montgomery

180

R. P., Consul-General of Mexico, California St. Kearny 1436. VACA. C, Consul-General of

'19

DE

MANUEL

Ecuador. 235 Montgomery St., Russ Bldg. Sutter 1007. IM VET, LA. O., Consul-General of Italy. Bank of Italy Bldg. Douglas 4378.

Sutter

Jessie.

(Bmil

Hogberg and

Co-Partuers), Builders' Exchange. ISO Jessie St. Sutter 6700; residence phone, Park 6581. Brick Masons. JACK LOWE. 623 Howard st. Douglas 329. Office and Store Fittings; Dressed Lumber

John

Ludwig,

SCHULTZ CONSTRUCTION Kearny

St.

UPHAM,

W.

H.

Pacific

CHARLES

URFER,

CO.,

3580.

Kearny

46 Kearny

648.

Jobbing, Office Work and stallment Payment Plan.

Carpenter, 801. InAlterations.

Halleck

134

B.,

St.

Kearny 5817.

CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT ERIE STEAM SHOVEL

CO., J. P. SherbesSutter 3148.

man. 278 Monadnock Bldg.

CO NTR ACTORS BECK. JOHN Pacific

DE NEGRI.

West

California St.

to? Sale. AVILA. CARLOS, Consul-General of Salvador, MALLOCH, Sutter J. S., .110 Jessie. 341 Montgomery St. Douglas 709. DANIEL, 273 Minna St. BARON, SERGIO, Consul of Colombia, 311 O'NEILL. 740.

California

Mont-

OHEA,

1950.

ZEISS, M., 3187 16th

B., Consul of Honduras, 341

Sutter 2115. ARTURO, Consul of Chile (Louis Acting Consul). 311 California St.

Sutter

TRYFORO'S CANDY STORE, St.

3391. 1245. Cruz, Vic-

of Pan* 2421.

St.

brook Bldg.

St.

Market 3041.

Prop.,

NORCA, Coo,

West

St.

MIKANDE, gomery

Haight

Park 5133.

OMEYA

J1MJNEZ, FRAICINO, Consul-General a ma. 460 Montgomery St. Garfield

E.,

—GENERAL

110

Jessie.

435

BLANCH ARD, CROCKER & HOWE, ond

COOK.

Cabrillo.

1934.

Kearny

1660.

RICHARD,

2150

St.

Steiner

58

St.

Sec-

West

6245.

CLARK & HENERY CONSTRUCTION ASPHALT PAVEMENTS. 706 Hearst Sutter 488.

CO., bldg.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

41

COOPERAGE DEL FAVERO & RASORI, 110 Jessie St. Sutter 3580. COOPERAGE LEVITT. CO., 1821-1832 FifS., DOWNEY, JOHN, 260 Natoina St. Kearny teenth St. Market 1320. Barrels of All De5^5. ... scriptions. RATON & SMITH, 407 Eleventh St. Market Engineers. Also 6446. _ FARQUHARSON, D. B., 1760 Ellis. West CORNICES Specialty fine residence work. 7497. Bldg. Monadnock FORDERER CORNICE WORKS. 269 Potrero FURLONG, JAMES, 348 .

Douglas 5428.



GLAVANICH, NICHOLAS

Sutter 2340. Also Ship Rigger. nt. GRACE & BERNIERI, John Grace, E. N. BcrDouglas 4109. Dongnieri 703 Market St. las 367G.

HANNAH, J. D. & CO 142 Sansome. DougWharf building, pile driving, otc. las 3895. HAUB, GEORGE P., 1996 Union St. West ,

6540.

GEORGE,

HEALING,

3865

Fillmore 158.

HEAPHY, HIGGINSON

J.

Sacramento

St.

_ West ,

J.,

Lombard

1721 C.

CO..

Market

Ave.

„A

546.

G., CO., 154 Steuart

Higgmson,

St.

COPPERSMITHS O'DONNELL,

E.

Marine, 2305. kettles.

Douglas 5128. bldg. LINDG LtKN CO., 950-374 Monadnock Bklg. Douglas 2647. 291 Fifteenth Ave., 180 LYNCH, Sutte.- 6700 and Pacific 929. Jessie St. MARTIN, WILLIAM, 110 Jessie St. Sutter 3580. M'GARVEY, ULRICK A., Phelan Bmldmer.

ANDREW,

Spear St. Sutter and steam jacketed

274

work

CORK— SHEET AMERICAN INSULATION Rock

Sutter 600.

803

mgr.

Humboldt Bank

M.,

CO.,

58

Sutter.

cork.

CORSETS LE FLEUR DE LIS SHOPS,

814 Post St., near Prospect 952, Prospect 1434. Artistic Work, Alterations, Surgical Work. REDFERN CORSET SHOP, 114 Grant Ave. Garfield 947. Imported Novelties, Lingerie

Leavenworth.

and Underwear.

ROBINSON BROS.,

762 Phelan Bldg. Kearny Stylish. Stout and

4594. Agents for W. B. MCLAUGHLIN, JAMES L., 244 Kearny. Kearny La Vida Corsets. 4654 McLERAN & PETERSON, 516-518 Sharon SPENCER CORSET SHOP,

Douglas

Pldg.

2370.

MERCHANT, C. T., ISO Jessie. Sutter MOORE & WATSON, 110 Jessie St.

6700.

Sutter

3580.

PENNY, ISAAC, 1059 Phelan Bldg. Kearny 4020. _ .,, RAINEY WILLIAM A.. Mason and Builder.

Residence: Sutter 6700. Jessie St. Park 6252. Yard 323-325-327 Clementina St. Also brick builders. RE1NANDO, A., & CO., 71 Bernard. Franklin 8675. ROLANDI, F. 550 Montgomery St., Room Douglas 4769. 802.

Mrs. J. B. Mallery, piop., 2:>3 Grant. Sutter 2715. Berkeley, 2430 Fulton st. ; Berkeley 226 W. Elastic stockings, abdominal supporters, surgical corsets etc. B. F., 121 Geary. Douglas 1823. Thomson Glove Fitting and la Victoire

WELLINGTON, Corsets.

ISO

GEORGE

SCIIAEFER. Pacific

P..

595

Eighth

8532.

GUNTHER & PORTER, Painting.

466.

Ideal Corset, Waists and Athletic Corsets.

Ave.

CONTRACTORS PAINTING AND DECORATING West

CORSET WAISTS —MANUFACTURERS LAY & WAY CO., 833 Market. Sutter 2189.

1913 Fillmore St. Plastering and Fres-

coing.

CONTU ACTORS—PLASTERING

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE DANNER & BAKER, 3254 Twenty-second St. Valencia 3201. HIMMELSTERN BROS., 718 Mission St. Douglas 1813. SAN FRANCISCO CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE CO., THE (Leon Lorane, Mgr.). 417

Montgomery

St.,

Rooms

407-408.

Doug-

las 3083.

GUNTHER & PORTER, 1913 Fillmore St. West 468. Also Frescoing and Decorating. COST SYSTEMS KNOWLES A., 442 Call bldg. Sutter 4712. MECKLENBURG, F. W., 1410 Shrader St.; HASTINGS GRAPHIC SYSTEMS, ResiBuilders' Exchange, 180 Jessie St. dence. Park 968: business. Sutter 6700. 7 E. ALEXANDER, 180 Jessie St. Sutter 6700. MOREHOUSE, C. C, 872 Folsom St. Sutter 6~09. Also Artificial Stone. SutO'REILLY, FRANCIS, 180 Jessie St. ter 6700.

nadnock Bldg.

Sutter 2073.

232-2*4 MoCost Account-

ing.

MENN

SMITH. JAMES F., 273 Minna St. Kearny 740. Member of Builders-' Exchange.

CONTRACTOR S — STREET HARNEY, 1555.

J.

G.,

309 Pacific

bldg.

Garfield

CURIOS AND INDIAN BLANKETS BLOCH.

E.,

MERCANTILE

Douglas 1746.

CO., 241 Market. Curios of all kinds, especially

Indian goods.

CUTLERY—MANUFACTURING WILL & FINCK, 191.

Also

1686 Market Repairing.

St.

Market

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

12

D A\D CRBAMERrES

DAIRIES a HENS,

HE-NRY, 502 Clement

DELICATESSEN AND GROCERIES

Pacific

St.

."•652.

CALIFORNIA CENTRAL CREAMERIES,

425

Sutter 1820. CO., L. Haley, Mgr., 3550

Battery St.

DAIRY DELIVERY

Market 2716. IDA, 1439 Halght

19th St.

HUGHES, MRS.

Park

St.

4238.

MARRON'S CREAMERY, West 908 and West

2020

Fillmore

St.

BAY VIEW, THE, DELICATESSEN, sen, Prop., 8342.

1146

MERTZ, JOHN

Railroad

3077

J..

Also canned

6193.

SCHNOOR. JOHN,

B. Han-

Ave,

Mission

St.

Mission

24th

goods, 309 Mason

Prospect

st.

3275.

WEHRLIS, ALBERT,

801 Clement St.

Pacific

3667.

975.

MILLBRAE DAIRY, 834 Octavia St. Park DENTAL LABORATORIES 100. NATIONAL DAIRY CO., C. Cousteppe, Prop., HYLAND, E. W., 323 Geary St., Elkan Park 5892. 654 Fulton St. Bldg. Douglas 445. KIVERDALH CREAMERY, Anixter & Son, st. West 3006. Pure and Cream and Sleepy Hollow CerMilk Delivered to All Parts of ;he

1412 DivLsadero

Inc., .Milk ttfied

SAN^FRANCISCO DAIRY West

CO., 1553 Turk St.

6110.

SCHMIDT, MRS.

R.,

200

lyth

ave.

Paeilic

Creamery, delicatessen and groceries.

6162.

DAIRY PRODUCE, PROVISIONS NORTON TELLER & Kearny

Drumm

34-42

CO.,

DENTAL LABORATORIES AND SUPPLIES Sutter GRAHAM, A. T., 638 Phelan Bldg. 3520. LLOYD, LEWIS C, 956 Phelan Bldg. Garfield 2269. SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL SUPPLY CO., 83t

Market

St.

L., 1531 L., 146

I. I.

Garfield 688.

st.

DENTAL AND SURGICAL

56.

HILLMAN, HI LLMAN.

SPECIALTIES

Grant Ave. 6th St. Park

6085.

MAJESTIC ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Howard

DANCING Largest and Dancing every evening and

Prospect

Sts. finest in U.

S.

316.

Sunday afternoons.

DANCING ACADEMIES

CO., 656

Sutter 2381.

St.

ARCADIA DANCING PAVILION, Eddy and Jones

Gnnst

DENTISTS ATWOOD, DR. W. lass 2433. BAIRD, DR. FRED ler

Bldg.

Doug-

A.,

323 Geary St.

G.,

135 Stockton St., But-

Douglas 2287.

BAPTIST, JOSEPH

P.,

1211 Polk St.

Frenk-

liu 9225. HALL AND ACADEMY OB' BATES. DR. C. P., 63 Cole St., corner Page DANCING, 1975 Mission. Market 6032. Market 9200. St. RIPPERDAN DANCING ACADEMY, 1138A BERGSTROM, DR. G., Grant Bldg. Park 3282. Market 6151. Market St. SMITH, R. C, 26 O'Farrell st. Kearny 5454. BLISS, DR. FREDERICK A., 112 Market St.,

NATIONAL

DECORATORS SCHLDHTER-BEECHER Douglas 1810.

CO.,

Contracting

755 Mission St. furnishers and

DECORATORS—CHINA ARTHUR, EDNA

S.,

3327 24th

St

CHASE. JOHN, Mission

639 Phelan Bldg. Sutter 1607. M., 5445 Geary St.

CHURCH. DR. ALLISON Pacific 5399.

CONSTINE, DR. LOUIS

DECORATIONS—FLAG, FLORAL AND BUNTING vowiNKRL. HENRY,

350

Hayes

Mar-

st.

ket T295.

Franklin

1801

499.

LOOMS, INC., THE, OF 233 Grant Ave. Sutter 6537. Specialists In honse decorating and furnishings. MIbs D'Arcy Gaw. Mgr.

1186 McAllister St.

Market

7.M>2.

CARNATION DELICATESSEN QneetntCk,

Props..

lu<>8

CO., Rovner & McAllister st.

Market 7530.

LAUB80HBB, LOUIS,

DAVIS.

ELTON,

DR.

Physicians'

California

St.

Franklin 9460.

HOWARD PALMER.

516 Sutter Garfield 62. CHARLES W., SR., 307-310

Physicians' Bldg.

Kearny

Phelan Bldg.

1

630.

DOLLIN, DR.

A. F., 3301 Mission St., opposite Mission 631. Twenty-ninth St. DOLLIN. DR. J. W., 4111 Eighteenth St., Apt. Mission 9022. 4. EASTON, DR. S. F. WAGNER, 218 Physicians* Bldg. Garfield 177. 404-406 Hewes FORD, DR. J.. bldg., 995

Douglas 2709. stS. 1877 Sutter St. West 8350. DR. A. J., 166 Geary St. Gar-

Market

PTMTTA.

GALBREATH, field 108.

GTTttERT, DR.

C.

a,

993 Height St.

Park

3964.

751 Market St.

Kearny

2518.

GOT STONE. DR. field

0. S.. 216 O'Farrell St.

It

Franklin 6011.

French delicacies.

Gar-

2797.

MODHL DELICATESSEN, 2589 Mission St. GRIFFITH, DR. C. MiHHtnri 3556. sion 7535. AUMKNTE, V., 1T38 Polk St. Prospect GP.IMWOOD. DR. 1661:

1617

st.,

ARTHUR

DELICATESSEN BBAUBR, GEO.,

T., 516 Sutter Garfield 224.

bldg.

DECKER. DR.

NEW

IIKRTHR YORK,

901 Shreve Bldg.

CRANZ. LOUIS

St.,

Van Ness

S.,

Garfield 25.

DAVIS DR.

DECORATORS—INTERIOR WOLFE, MRS. EDGAR,

M., 516 Sutter St.

Garfield 2015.

3742.

Ave.

sion 8910.

CARTER. PR. CLEMENT

decorators.

[>E

California St., Santa Marina Bldg. Kearny 2282. P.RASCH. DR. S. L.. Mutual Savings Bank Kearny 5007. bldg.. 704 Market st BROWN. DR. O. H., 1140 Valencia St. Mis-

corner

Modern ballroom dancing.

Kearny 3739.

M., 1302 Castro St. F.

G..

222

Kearny

Misst.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY GWINN, DR. W. M., 1009-1010 Sbreve Garfield 885. HARE, DR. FRED H., 4003 Mission St.

Bldg.

Ran-

dolph 84.

JEROME DETECTIVE Sutter St. KANE, A.

HASKINS. DR. W.

H., 350 Post

Sutter

st.

289

HEACOCK, DR.

P. T.. 4&3 Haight St., corner Fillmore St. Market 1763. HERRICK, C. A., secretary of Board of Dental Examiners of California, 133 Geary St., Whitney bldg. Sutter 4401.

HIGAKI, DR. MASUICHI, 1662 Post

West

St.

2484.

HOMAN. DR. W.

W., 3323 Mission st

Kearny

Mechanics' bldg.

KOGDRE, DR. T„ 1694 LONN. DR. NESTOR

2899.

Post St. M., 291

West

8933.

Geary

St.

teTl

Bl^g., 166 Geary St.

130

Sutter

McMURRAY, DR. MILTON, Butler Bldg. Stockton and Geary Sts. Douglas 2287. MILLBERRY, DR. A. H., 2792 California St. West

Route

to

W hittell

H.,

Douglas 392.

Bldg.

166 Geary St., Surgeon Den-

Extracting Specialist.

tist,

Bldg.

B.,

407

Stockton St.

P..

135

Sutter 1968.

PASCOE, DR. H.

R.. St. Paul Bldg., 291 Sutter 6198. Pacific A., 222 25th Ave.

Geary St. RITZ. DR.

E.

ROY PORTER, DR. JEROME P., Douglas 2254. ROSEN. DR. BERNHARDT, Kearnv 1197. ROTHENBERG, DR. I., 323 2320.

Gunst Bldg.

1215 Flood Bldg. 504 Sunset Bldg.

SCANNAVINO.

Colurnbns

ave.

Sutter 3096.

SCHMOHL, DR. LOUIS W., St.,

DISTILLING

corner Turk St.

West

1062 Divisadero

W

MISSION DOG & CAT HOSPITAL. Orme.

M.

Dr.

Dr. F. 720 Valencia

O'Rourke,

J.

Market 1449.

DOORS AND SASHES CALIFORNIA DOOR

CO.,

THE,

Main

43-49

Sutter 6057.

St.

DRAFTING SUPPLIES POST. FREDERICK COMPANY, 79 N. Montgomery St. Kearny 5884. Blue Print Papevs, Drafting struments.

Supplies,

Surveying

In-

DRAPERIES FRIEDMAN,

&

M..

CO., 273 Post

st.

Sutter

460.

DRAPER IKS IMPORTERS AND

6207.

62^0.

Market St

503

DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL

SHOEMAKER. DR.

H. O., 1405 Clement fit, Pacific 7932. corner Fifteenth Ave. SIMONTON, G. W.. 2260B Market, st. Market

CO.,

Sutter 5220.

Geary St, Elkan

Garfield 1051. JNO. A., 34u

M

DISTILLERS MASON

Phelan

617 Butler Bldg.,

'Shortest

CO., E. Sutter 4952.

Edison Dictating Machines.

Sutter 2599.

NED, DR. JOHN

4153.

Mall Shoot."

the

DICTATING MACHINES

St.

MUSANTE. DR. CHARLES

O. V. Scott, Sales Mgr..

OFFICE APPLIANCES SALES Brown, Mgr., 618 Mission St

7404.

MORRIS, DR. THOMAS T

Terms Reason-

Kearny

St.

whit-

129

j.,

Garfield 109.

Garfield 4332. Suite 731

DICTAPHONE DICTAPHONE, THES

Douglas 4271.

McCarthy, dr. charles

St

Franklin

Pacific bldg. Sutter 1758. able. Consultation Fire.

Misst.,

110

CO.,

LE MONT DETECTIVE BUREAU,

sion 3759.

JACOFS, DR. M. MAI.COM, 948 Market

Phone

Night

366.

SERVICE

DoujtIhk 5365. J., 311 California

43

JOBBERS

CARO & UPRIGHT, las

717 Market St.

Doug-

1507.

MARTIN O., 1204 Railroad Valencia 4369. Avp. DRAYING STRONG. DR. THOMAS EUGENE, 1944 Fillmore St. West 1957. GOLDEN GATE DR4YTNG CO., 584 Mission Rt. THATCHER. DRS. J. W. & H. M.. 3 Fifth Garfield 7. Also Teaming. Kearny 3718, Mis- GRIEVE. S H.. DRAVAGE CO.. 408 PaSt. and 2597 Mission St sion 2687. TRUEMAN, DR. H. G.. offices, 500-501 Sun- TOTTVSON DRAYING CO., Colma. Randolph SQUIRES. DR.

set Bldg., 830

Market St

TWIGGS. DR. WALTER Schroth Bldg.

US T *

R. DR. Park 2758. Ti,

Kearny

VERNON

Douglas 3027. A.. 240 Stockton 520. A., 269 Dolores

St,

St

HUSTTN &

126 Stockton St., City Sutter 477. of Paris Bldg. WALL, DR. CHAS. A., 1248 Castro St., cor. Mission R236. Vco^ica Ants. WIEDER, DR. J. E., 1275 Flood Bldg. Sutter 2113.

WIENHOLZ, DR. ARTHUR

R.. 4111 Eightcorner Castro St.. Room 5. Mission 1771. Hours: 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 P. M., 7 to 9 P. M. Sunday by appointment. YATABE, DR. T., 1645 Buchanan St., corner Post St. West 5282. St.,

Graveyard

CO..

Ofi^nl

5397. T
VKVTOH. DR. H. C.

eenth

1"»8. Also Moving.

225

Contracting

Sacramento

<=t.

and Sntter

FVirwarrlirig

\TTNO DRAYAGE

243

00.,

Davis

Douclns 4066.

MARATHON AUTO DRAY

CO.,

Owier, 1172 Bryant St ruling Our Specialty.

Park

St

B. Bas-amas, 8278. Heavy

MOWt>y DRAY AGE CO.. 84 2d st. Kcnrny 2105. THOMAS. G. W., DRAYAGE AND RIGGTNG 75 stpvpnson st. Henv-r Machinery.

CO.. cri'i

Kearny

3298.

TTOHE, CHAS. W., 40 Commercial. Ifls

Safes

Doug-

5067.

DREDGING AND RECLAMATION

DENTAL SCHOOLS

FRED C, room 51 American NaKEANE. M.. SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL FRANKS. hH» T*/v"fr}*i 1
MATION COMPANY, RICHMOND DREDGING

cific

WHITE HOUSE. RAPHAEL WEILL & Sutter. G^ant and Post Sts.

Kearny

CO.,

5000.

P.ldsr.

Mgr.

Sutter

1775.

F.

H.

St.

CO., H.

W. Wemse,

Don el a* 2594. Land Reclamation and Harbor Dredging. Msr-.,

«59 Mmarlnock

BM?.

DRESSES—WHOLESALE

DETECTIVE AGENCIES BURNS. WM. J., INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC.. 800 First National Pa-ik LocnJ

Market

112

T'Vomv 2498.

DEPARTMENT STORES

Tharp,

BRIO'S..

M/OSS? Dresses. •i7;ps

154

Poat«. always In

Sntter

St.

S"H«i and stock.

Sutter Skirts.

4787. Larsrv

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

44

DRESSMAKERS ;

\riLIL. MADAME, lin 5776.

LKAVEN WORTS,

1267

4763. Specialty.

a

Frank-

Leavenworth Dressmaking. Alter-

Franklin

st.

ations

Broadway.

THE.

1134

I'KOL'DFIT. MME. E., dressmaking and deigning. 033 Market st. Kearny 3937. Also designing.

WOOD, MRS.

W.,

F.

Post

233

Doug-

St.

hs 3486.

Bldg. 225-27 Rlalto G., C. Bock Drills. Sharpeners and 511. Drill Accessories.

Sutter

Ml

U,IVAN MACHINERY

Hobart

1509

CO.,

Air Douglas 2625. Bldg., 582 Market St. Diamond and Rock Drills Compressors,

\SSOCIATE PHARMACISTS, Sutter

St.

New

149

Mont-

6710.

DRUGGISTS —WHOLESALE PEN INSULAR CHEMICAL

533 Howard

CO.,

Sutter 2537.

St.

Front St. rheumatism.

CO., C. Sutter

Prop., 3001 24th

DRUG CO., Howard Sts. Market 128. NIPPON DRUG CO. 1690 Post st. West 186. OCEANSIDE DRUG STORE, Lulu Bolton, 16th

and

4300

Mgr., 32 Anti-uric for

Judah.

and

O'CONNOR,

Sunset

Drugs,

305.

stationery. P.,

2800

24th

RAYMOND DRUG

CO.,

4350

J.

Mission

St.

3262.

Mission

St.

Randolph 682.

REES, D.

700 10th

R.,

Ave.

SCHMIDT, VAL, PHARMACY,

Pacific

3901.

1845 Polk St.

3200.

PHARMACY,

INC., General Fillmore 37. ST. PAUL PHARMACY, George W. Myers, Prop., 1547 Church St; Mission 3414. SO^EI, DJaTiG CO.. THK, 24!) O'Farrell st. Kearny 68. Prescriptions a spccu-.lty.

1640 Divisadero.

DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES PRODUCTS

PRIMO

St.

Sutter

New

CO., 149 6710.

Mont-

DRY GOODS

Huebel

5339.

st.

Ulvses G. Hoover, Mission 142H. W. B'. Hurtzig, Mgr.,

«t.

MISSION

gomery J.

Divisadero

HOOVER'S PHARMACY.

DRUG STORES ANTI-URIC

500

Park 478.

Office,

WHOLESALE

C. 5971.

Columbus Ave.

509

GREEN'S PHARMACY.

SHUMATE'S

DRUGGISTS' SUPPLIES

H.

West

Sutter 8632.

Franklin

Drills.

gompry

GARIBALDI & OLIVA,

candies

UNDSTROM,

Oswald

Frisch, Owner, 1400 Divisadero.

Prop.,

DRILLS

*l

PHARMACY,

FRISCH'S

CHOY,

Y. J., & CO., 1415 Fillmore St. West 6450. Ladies' and children's dresses and

underwear. ARCADE PHARMACY, Leslie I. Coggins and RICHMOND DRY GOODS CO., 501 Clement Fred J. Mathews, 1094 Bush. Prospect 4055. St. Pacific 16o7. ARGONAUT DRUG CO., 38 4th St. Douglas 3487. TSOEHME'S PHARMACY, 566 Kearny St., DRY GOODS WHOLESALE at Sacramento. Douglas 622. L. CO., INC., 125 P.itteiy st. DINKELSPIEL, CALEGARIS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, Pousins moo. 950 Kearny St., Corner of Columbus Ave. Importers of HARRIS, S. & CO., 794 Mission St. Kearny Sutter 8623; Kearny 1489. Lace and novelty curtains. 1956. preparations. Italian and French GIP-BS CORP., 401 Ptkdan bldg. MILLS & Kearny CENTRAL PHARMACY, 357 3d St. Po^erlas 4 >3!>. 5428. WALTON N., DRY GOODS CO., The, ("ONRADI'S PHARMACY, 1398 California St. MOORE, 7-33 Front St. Douglas 841. Fra k'in 3771. OREGER'S PHARMACY, E. P. Deebs, Mgr., TOZAI TRADING CO.. 24 California St.



<

693 Post St. nock, 1014.

DI

Prop.,

5151

LEON &

NOLA,

Garfield

Prospect 234.

CROCKER-AMAZON DRUG

CO.,

Mission CO..

James WarRandolph

St.

598

Haight

Park 5261.

Mission 714. Store 1200 Potrero Ave.; Mission 1524. St.;

Sutter 7000

No.

DRY GOODS & FURNISHING GOODS MILLETT,

st.

KERRY DRUG STORE, EDWARD L. BALDWIN CO., 20 Market St. Kearny 1684. FRISBEE'S PHARMACY, Store No. 1, 2398 Bryant

1269.

2,

J.

H.,

122-30

6th

St.

Market

7068.

MORAN'S DRY GOODS STORE, lett,

Successor,

128 6th St.

J. H. MilMarket 7068.

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS WILLOH, AUG.,

2801

Mission

St.

Valencia

6462.

Chronicle

Sutter

7000

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

45

E EAR PHONES "FOR DEAF" NYE,

Market

N., 318 Monadnock bldg., 681 Sutter 1545.

S.

st.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS HAMPTON ELECTRIC AND MACHINE 518 Mission St.

EGG CARRIERS, PARCEL POST WALLACE EGG CARRIER

SUPPLIES

AJAX MERCANTILE Park

49 Hartford St.

CO., C. G. Allison, Mgr., Office 223. Sutter 34~.8. INCANDESCENT SUPPLY CO., 726 Mission Sutter 4398. St.

525 Market

ELASTIC GOODS, SURGICAL GINNIVER. WILLIAM, 5115.

ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND

CO., 451 Third St.

Sutter 6787.

Elastic stockings.

ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

Sutter apparatus.

893.

and

scientific

ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES LUMINOUS UNIT

CO. (BRASCOLITE), A. J. Quintand, Pacific Coast Mgr., 229 Lick Bldg. Sutter 6726.

ELECTRIC NEEDLE SPECIALISTS MME. MARIE HAIR SHOP,

126

CO., Frank Herrguth and Al. Rosenberg, owners, 520 Market St. Garfield 71. Also repairing. P.

CO., 109 Steven-

Heating

643

CO.,

Sutter 2807.

St.

ELECTRIC SUPPLY & REPAIR

ELECTRIC HEATING son.

CALIFORNIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY Mission

ELECTRIC SALES SERVICE

742 Market and 49 Geary St.,

Douglas 5338.

249.

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

CO., 656

Sutter 2381.

st.

St.,

KAHN, BERT, room

MAJESTIC ELECTRIC DEVELOPING Howard

CO.,

Sutter 326G.

Post

St.

Douglas 5684.

JONGH & COCHRAN, Delco Light Products and Electric Supplies, 606 Mission St. Sutter 1967. RIDGE ELECTRIC CO., 1687 Haight

de

HANDE Market 2043. St. HOME ELECTRICAL, pect 2718.

300 O'Farrell

St.

Pros-

Agents for Edison mazda lamps.

ELECTRICAL WIRING AND FIXTURES BURTCHAELL,

J.

W., 357

Franklin

Ellis St.

1002.

HAVERKAMP,

H.

F.,

1148 Market St.

Mar-

ket 2032.

ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND

MACHINERY

WAGNER ELECTRIC Montgomery

st.

MFG.

CO.,

159

New

CO., C. G. Fries, Mgr., Sutter 5706.

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIES W.

CO.,

Schafer, Mgr., 942

Housewiring. ADAMS, J. W.. 568 Castro St. Mission 5903. BEACH ELECTRIC CO., 2369 Mission St. Mission 1284. Best job for the least money. CALIFORNIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., 643 Mission St. Sutter 2807. Wiring devices and insulation materials.

CENTRAL ELECTRIC CO., J. M. Carlson, Mgr., 500 Van Ness Ave. Market 9443. DAHL, CHAS. W., & SON, 109 Mission St. Sutter 6573. Marine electrical contractors, de JONGH & COCHRAN, 606 Mission St. Distributers

Sutter 1967. Products.

REPAIRS

Prospect 4591. CO., 123 Eddy St. Satisfactory phone, Franklin 3650. guaranteed. Night or day.

Delco

Light

h e

1

ULRICK

Fo'sts

a n

Building.

— Docs.

SPENCER ELEVATOR Kearny

A. Exhibit— Office: Telescopic Sidewalk CO.,

1379.

Electric

Beale

St.

EMBROIDERY ORIGINAL CALIF. PLEATING

CO., 177 Post Douglas 5192. Buttons and embroideries. STEWART'S, 156 Eddy St. Franklin 2546. Pleating, Hemstitching, Buttons and Butst.

tonholes.

VIDECOQ, CHAS., 1464

Sutter

st.

Franklin

1144.

EMBROIDERY AND FANCY DRY ORDER 1909

Sutter

st.

Household Ap-

pliances.

EMBROIDERY SHOP

KOVEN ELECTRICAL

1622 Polk St. CO., Portable Electric Lamps, Wirine and Repairing L17MOGE, VICTOR, 152 Fourth st. Douglas

Prospect

128

664.

GOODS MADE TO DECKER ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CO., Kearny 1950. 149 New Montgomery St. HOSOI EMBROIDERY CO., KOHLWEY, SMITH & ALPS, 237 Powell St. West 2912. Sutter 1378,

Night service

ELEVATOR MANUFACTURERS M'GARVEY, P

Market 9569.

Fillmore St.

ELEVATORS—INSPECTION AND FEDERAL ELEVATOR AND MACHINERY

LIBERTY ELECTRIC

ACME ELECTRIC

H., 55 McAllister St. Market Wiring of old houses our specialty.

3315.

Douglas 464.

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 479 Sutter St.

KIRSTEN, W.

3074.

ENDO. SHOP, sale

5100.

S.,

EMBROIDERY

315 Grant ave.

and

AND KIMONO

Douglas 3452. Whole-

retail.

LEVY ELECTRIC CO., 1230 Polk st. Prospect EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 230. LIBERTY ELECTRIC CO., C. G. Fries, Mgr., AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. E. B. 479 Sutter St. 8utter 5706. RedHch. Msrr.. 763 Howard st. Garfield 1020. STROM & SMITH, 1125 Shortwell St. Mis- ANDRE'S, MME., EMPLOYMENT AOE v <~Y.

Miss Howie, Mgr., 1801 Buchanan St. West

sion 8750.

SZANIK,

S.,

1714 O'Farrell St.

West

2388.

224.





SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

46

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES—Cont»d EMPLOYMENT HOTELS CALIFORNIA AGENCY, 1112 Market Bt. Market 7003. CHINESE?. JAPANESE AND FILIPINO EM-

ENGINEERS—MECHANICAL ARMI8TEAD.

H..

MeL..

PLOYMENT OFFICE, 837 Stockton at. GarENGINEERS R. Hashimoto, Mgr. field 2446. EGGERS, ASSN.. JOHN H., 714 EMPLOYES COLORED AMERICAN

M. C. McLamore, Secretary, 338 Kearny at. Kearny 3844. DAY, MRS. M. E., 628 Ellis st. Franklin 1354. HORI & CO.. Mr. Horl, Manager; 1711 Post

West

Balboa bldg..

rma.

Kearny 0449.

10-11-12.

—MINING Balboa bldg.

Dong-

las 5648

MOORE. GRANVILLE,

1012-1019 Hobart bldg.

Garfield 1519.

ENGINEERS—RADIO HOTEL REPORTER EMPLOYMENT AGCY., Hotel Help. DENNING, J. HENRY, 519 Call bldg. Sutter 62 Post st. Douglas 1523. 1945. Secretary of tne Moorhead Laboratories. INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Douglas 4156. MOORHEAD, O. B., 519 Call bldg. Sutter 738 Vj Howard st. 1945. JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT st.

2803.

AGENCY,

1711 Post

West

st.

2803.

MURRAY & READY, 784 Howard st. Sutter ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS 1205. ORIENTAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, MR. S. UNION CONSIRUCTION CO., 604 Mission St. HIDESHIMA,

1647 Post

West

st.

Mgr.; 966 Market specialize help.

in

H.

Selte,

We

Prospect 4548.

si.

resort

hotel,

and

Sutter 2790.

6524.

UNITED EMPLOYING AGENCY,

ELLISON, W.

ENGINEERS —CIVIL. ANWEG,

F. J., 244 COOPER. W. A.. las 2593.

St.

Kearny

Mills

Bldg.

Kearny 1037

DONEGAN, HUGH,

333 Kearny

st.

H.

Geary

166

S.,

st.

Doug-

Kearny Kearny

4295.

SNYDER.

Sutter 4284. C. H.. 251 Kearny St. Building construction a specialty.

ENGINEERS— CONSTRUCTION PACIFIC UNDERWRITER,

H. Smith, Mechanical Engineer, 417 Montgomery St. DougPlans and estimations. las 1659. S.

312 Sharon Bldg.

J..

Garfield 262.

st.

SAN 6th

FRANCISCO st.

ENGINEERING

CO., 322

Market 2375.

TUCKER,

E. W. & CO., INC., E. W. Tucker, 347-49 Fremont St. President. Kearny 37. UNION MACHINE COMPANY, 934-944 Brannan st. Market 2772.



ENGINES OIL AND DIESEL McINTOSH & SEYMOUR CORP., C. G. Cox, Mgr.; 461 Market st. Douglas 1843. Marine and stationary Diesel type oil en-

Dist.

gines.

ENGRAVING

ENGINEERS —CONSULTING STRUCTURAL BRUNNIER, H.

H., 369 Pine

ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS 1783.

3215.

DUTTON,

ENGINEERS — STRUCTURAL

institution

UNITED ENGRAVING Sutter

INC., 517

CO.,

West-

Steel and Copper Plate Engraving, Wedding Invitations.

bank Bldg.

Garfield

132.

370.

ENVELOPES AND PAPER GOODS MANUFACTURERS

—CONSULTING

ENGINEERS COE.

IRA

JUDSON,

Mills

Bldg.

Sutter

6401.

DORWARD,

JR., D., 406-409 St. Clair bldg., Sutter 6852. st. BACON & DAVIS, 58 Sutter St. Sut-

16 California

FORD,

OLSON, ALFRED, ENVELOPE Market

st.

Market 4047.

CO.,

uters.

EXCELSIOR

ter 3200.

FREITAG & AINSWORTH, Hobart Bldg. Gar- ANGELO & SON, Bay and Mason field 768. Constructional and Consulting. las 3096. HOLMES, HOWARD C, 112 Market st. Kearny also

2462.

Engineer

Marine, for

Civil

Union Iron

Engineering;

KRAEMER, Milton, 515-17 Rialto bldg. Kearny 826. Specializing In combustion work. MORRIN & CODDINGTON, 547 Phelan bldg. Kearny 3646.

OH AS.

PHILLIPS,

T.,

Pacific bldg.

Sutter

2176.

RIORDAN,

M., 616 Underwood bldg., 525 Sutter 2616. J. H. G., 1026 Mills bldg. Douglas 958.

Market

WOLF,

D.

at.

ENGINEERS— CONTRACTING SOUTHARD. Doiiglos 8fc7.

Albert

B.,

521

Crocker

ROBERTSON, COLE

CO.,

manager, 485 California

Doug-

G. st.

H.

Corse Jr., Garfield 1322.

EXPRESS AND MOVING MILL VALLEY AND SAN FRANCISCO EXPRESS, 823 Water st., Sau-

SAUSALITO, salito.

Sausalito 71.

Furniture and baggage

and moving.

EXTERMINATORS MILHAU,

Bldg.

sts.

EXPORTERS

Works Dry

Docks

1592-94

Wholesale distrib-

Garfield 1113. 696 4th St. Poisoned barley for killing rodents, rat trapA..

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

47

F FEATHER WORK TANAKA,

T.,

King of Birds

FISH MARKETS

Co., 484 Sutter

751

Douglas 4999.

St.

FEATHERS AND FLOWERS—Retail FEATHER WORKS,

PHOENIX

SPRECKELS MARKET, Compagno &

Grant

311

Douglas 1453, West

Ave., 1843 Fillmore St.

Market

FISH AND OYSTERS GRANT MARKET. Compagno & Asaro, Market fresh

6708.

st. fish.

519 Brannan St. Kearny Feed Mill and Rice By-products.

FEED AND FUEL B.. SON, 3220 Seventeenth St. 5700. MAZZERA. G., 4261 Mission St. Randolph Also Lime and Cement. 2398. RATTO, L. CO., 3833 Union St. West 1065.

Market

& TENNYSON,

Phone us your needs. B., 2631 Greenwich Also Expressing.

8345.

West

St.

All

743

kinds

of

FISH

Franklin 9059.

— WHOLESALE

KAIRIKU & CO., BORZONE FISH

AND RETAIL

1611 Laguna St. West 4505. CO., 504 Merchant St.

Sutter 1913.

FIXTURES — OFFICE AND STORE HANGERUD,

FERTILIZERS

A. A., 2745 Sixteenth St. Market

9248.

CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS,

FLAG MANUFACTURERS

444 Pine

Douglas 8745.

St.

5636.

INDEPENDENT FISH CO.. 553 Washington Sutter 6993. St. BARRANGO FISH CO., JOSEPH, 2790 Taylor St.

&

LAGAN,

Kearny

FISH—WHOLESALE

FEED MEANS, JAMES W., 1598.

Asaro,

Kearny 2514.

st.

HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD., Weller CALIFORNIA FLAG MANUFACTURING CO., 27 Main St. Sutter 4752. Noble. Mgr., 256 California St. Kearny 1475. PACIFIC GUANO AND FERTILIZER CO., SADLER MANUFACTURING CO., S. Sadler, Garfield 1076. Prop., 86 Fourth St. THE, Wm. J. Horstmann, Mgr., 343 SanAlso 8ome

Sutter 390. Poultry Food, Bone St. Charcoal and Bone Meal.

Decorations.

FLAG POLES FILM EXCHANGE AND PICTURE ROLANDER. L. PH. & SON, SERVICE Kearny 2120. AND R. FEATURE FILM EXCHANGE, Park 178; 730 Sooth 107 Golden Gate ave. Olive st., Los Angeles, Cal. TURNER & DAHNKEN CIRCUIT 134 Golden Gate ave. Prospect 2500. METRO PICTURE SERVICE, 51 Jones St.

270

First

St.

If.

Market

906.

CELITE PRODUCTS

CO., A. Gossman, Mgr., Sutter 4293.

FINANCIAL AGENTS LATON. CHAS.

A..

Kearny

45

St.

St.

Kearny 1470.

BROWN & KENNEDY. 3091 Sixteenth St. Market 5725. Funeral Designs a specialty. FERRY FLOWER STORE, Chas. C. Cohn and

Market

THE MISSES, 368 Sutter Kearny 3210. ISEPPI, E., 488 Halght st. Park 2775. KOOYMAN, C. CO., INC.. 431 Bush Wholesale

and

retail

Sutter 5278.

—AUTOMATIC

GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER

CO.

Kearny

STOCKTON FIRE AND ENAMEL BRICK

CO.,

Kearny 4022.

FISH ATLANTIC FISH

CO., 203 Davis St. Kearny

Salt Fish.

INDEPENDENT FISH Sutter 6993.

CO.,

553

FLORISTS WHOLESALE FLOWER MARKET (Wholesale),

FERRARI

Douglas 4719. BROS. t 202 University

SI

pi.

St.

Ran-

dolph 2222.

OF 1455.

FIREBRICK MANUFACTURERS 915 Rialto Bldg.

Ran-



CAL.

Central

FIRE SPRINKLERS

453 Mission St.

St.

florists,

CO.. Jas. G. Parodi. Prop., 1215 McAllister St. Park 793. 794. YOUNG AMERICAN FLORISTS, 3011 Mission St. Mission 1401.

FIRE PREVENTION FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU OF THE PACIFIC, Jay W. Stevens, Mgr., 908 Mer-

CALIFORNIA.

8t.

PARODI FLORAL 269 Potrero

546.

chants' Exchange Bldg.

Kearny

HANNON.

growers and importers of bulbs. Cross Cemetery. dolph 988.

FIRE DOORS

St.

Kearny

PAPPAS. GEO., Holy

FORDERER CORNICE WORKS,

1306.

B., 60

Telephone orders a specialty.

Sntter 540.

las 2158.

Ave.

J.

Antone Figone, Props., Ferry Bldg. 454. Cut flowers and floral pieces.

FILTERATION MATERIAL 681 Market St.

FLORISTS BOLAND.

Washington

FOOD CONTAINERS S ANITAS FOOD CONTAINER CO.. 1324 Howard st. Market 2807. Mfrs. Collnpslble Air, Water and Germproof Food Containers for the home, oversea, tropics.

FOOD DEPARTMENT STORES WESTERN MARKET Mgr., 1604 Fillmore Fillmore 96.

CO., St.,

J.

W. Gustavson, General OfTices.

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48

SCHMIDT. WM„ 576 Hayes 8t. Park 1851. Fruits. Vegetables, Groceries, Poultry, Etc. W. TAMAL PACKING CO., 2280 Folsom St.

FOUNDRIES SAN

FRANCISCO STOVE WORKS,

Hansen, las

Prop.,

260

Townsend

C.

Doug-

St.

1175.

Mission 1216.

FOUNDRIES —BRASS BXCBLSIOR BRASS WORKS, ant

1168-1170 Bry-

Park 5634.

St.

FOUNTAIN PENS WATERMAN, L

St.

Garfield

St.

DICKERSON

sts. MisDealer in wood and coal. DEMARTINI, G. B„ 770 Vallejo St. Kearny Charcoal a specialty. 2484.

California

HI

HEAT

2673.

G ASK ELL,

ft

fornia St.

210

CO..

INC..

485

CO.,

Kennedy, Monadnock Bldg. Mgr., .Sutter 2649. Household Goods and Commodities Forwarded at Reduced Rates. OVERSEAS SHIPPING CO., B. C. Dailey, 210 Merchants' Exchange Bldg. Sutter 1270.

GRAHAM,

Frank

WELLS SHIPPING

CO., Inc., 823 Monadnock Douglas 5005. Also Custom Brokers.

FROGS, TERRAPINS AND BECK,

&

S.

-

West

2588.

FRUIT JAR MANUFACTURERS SCHLOSS MANUFACTURING Kearny

St.

n< arv.

Ferry Bldg.

4320.

A.

St.

FRUIT MARKETS CHUTES' FRUIT MARKET,

G. Massei, Prop. 791 7th ave. Pacific 1457. Also Canned Goods, Poultry. Game; fresh Fish Fridays. ECONOMY PUBLIC MARKET. A. S'tratton, cor. 18th and Mission. Market 4988. Dealing in All Kinds of Fruits and Vf rotables. Deliveries in All Parts of the City, Distance No Exception. JACOBSON, GUS, 1401 Polk, cor. Pine. Frank-

at

Temple, Funerals

H. H. Valleno, Prop, and Own100 Fillmore. Market 3959. 1618 Geary St. ft and no.

ENGLISH, CAREW 2604. West

CANTNER & MAISON. formerly of Gantner Market 04. Bros.. 771-777 ^ agenda St. GLYNN'S UNDERTAKING CO., 4054 24th Mission 2991.

Park

12.

41.

Lady attendant

and

MONAHAN

CO.. Frank J. Monahan, Mgr., Park 384. Dolores Sts. O'HARA D. J., 2049 Market St. Market 154. O'SHAUGHNESSY, WILLIAM & CO., INC.^ 741 Valencia St. Market 1683. RYAN, MCDONNELL ft DONOHOE. 435 Valenft

16th

and

cia.

Market 1567. H. F. & CO.,

SUHR,

Mission

Mission

98.

2919

Mission

St.

99.

SUHR ft WIEBOLDT, 1465 Valencia St. Mission 1. WHITE F. A., 2200 Sutter St. West 770. WIEBOLDT, P. WM. N., 1236 Valencia St. Temporary

Mission

3900. location Inter.

quarters;

new

8715.

FUR MANUFACTURERS

FRUIT PACKERS HUME

W.

G.

Market

Hume,

CO., C. E. Sutter 693.

St.

Pres..

112

CANADIAN FUR ply Co., 942

FRUITS —WHOLESALE SAN FRANCISCO FRUIT ton

Ave.

auto service.

H. & 00., 24 Califoruia Kearny 1752. Also Heavy Chemicals.

lin

6th

399

Pacific 67.

Park

FRUITS (CANNED) McMAINS,

Mission 4901.

st.

BUNKER & LUNT, Mission Masonic Mission 75. 2666 Mission St. CALIFORNIA UNDERTAKING CO.,

St.

W. & SON,

F.

847 22d

HAGAN, JOS., 1708 Sacramento st. Franklin 5850 LAS WELL, W. C, 6135 Mission St. Randotph Kearny 010. McFADDEN, SAML. & CO., 107C Haight St.

FRUITS BUTTER,

Beale

42

CO.,

1063.

G..

ASHLEY & McMULLF.N,

er,

CO.. 1319 Steiner St.

Kearny 2647.

St.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

•?'I5

MUSHROOMS

COAL. 650 Sth

FUEL AND TRANSFER

Cali-

Garfield 1338.

KENNEDY FREIGHT FORWARDING

Bldg.

CO.,

West 2115. 1940 McAllister St. CLANCY. JOHN H.. 22d and Eureka

FUEL AND COAL—RETAIL

FREIGHT FORWARDERS CALDWELL SHIPPING

MONTCMAGNI FUEL

ft

sion 583.

Stockton

E. CO., 17 Fountain Pens.

Sutter 4944.

WOOD

FUEL, COAL AND BKNED1CTTI

CO.. Ill

OTTER. INC., A. S. Mangrum. Kearny 3155. 827-831 Mission St. Also ventilating appliances.

WHOLESALE

Joseph

Pelrano. Secy. DF MATEI ft CO., 142-144 Washington St. 8ntter .1714. Jobbers nnd Distributers of Wholesale Fruits and Produce. r CO., 513-517 Sansome St. NAUMAN. ft '"rid

412 and 411.

SCATENA.

I.

&

OONSOMDATED,

A.,

OALLI

FRUIT

104 Washington St.

CO., Sut-

FURNISHINGS— LADIES RAMSAY DRY GOODS 515 Hayes.

West

OA MI Polk

CO..

2T>01

Sacramento

West 2677. OALLI. Cable Market, 1444

Perk 4174. 1C19 Fillmore. I... Ag< nts' Victoria Pattern*. MAROV1CH, M., 1305 Fillmore St. West 2402.

HARRIS. L

RAMSAY DRY GOODS St.

912. ft fit.

Franklin

81R.

Park 636.

FURNISHINGS — MEN'S

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES F.

CO.. INC.. 1608 Haight,

Market 5407.

FURNISHINGS-— LADIES* AND MEN'S

ter 5674.

BLANCH I.

ft

Pres..

A R ATA ft PETERS, INC.. 539 Clay St. Krnrnv 4730. DEM ARTINI, JOHN CO.. INC., 112-114 Washington St. Sutter 730-731. Luke Pliuzza, :

Strauss Sup-

Garfield 918.

APPLIANCES

MANGltUM

FRUITS AND PRODUCE

Pre>.

St.

FURNACE AND HEATING

Washing-

Kearny 3935.

St.

4

CO., Hunter

Mrrket

to 14.50

5L*

Haves.

Market

CO.. INC.. 1608 Haight. f-407.

Park 636.

UNION OUTFITTERS. THE, Jack Prop.,

Stores

2558 3d St.

Schwartz. 22S8 3d St., Valencia, 2560. Valencia 5627. Also shoes.

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY STARLIGHT FURNITURE

"fURN SUING S AND CLOTHING MEN'S CLARION

INC

THE,

,

CO., Louis LJcht. Prop., 2221 Mission St. Valencia 4360.

Douglas

S87 Market.

49

TYNDALL

SECOND-HAND

1013 Mission St.

CO.,

FURNITURE

Park 2280.

123.

EDWARDS &

DAVIS. 509 Kearny

Doug-

st.

FURNITURE REPAIRING

las 4651.

FURNITURE

WORK

L'LOPLE'S

PUTT BROS., 2325 Mission St. Mission 2611. REACH ROBINSON CO., Ranson E. Beach, Sutter 580. Mgr., 239 Geary St. wall paper and draperies.

Carpets,

West

St.

A. Stiegelman, Garfield 2300.

St.

Mgr.,

791-3-5

Mission

CHICAGO FURNITURE AUCTIONEERS, FAVILLA,

&

C.

Douglas 1662.

FAVILLA,

859

&

G.

St. CO., 152? Stockton Also carpets. GarCO., 1217 Stockton.

145.

field

FRIEDMAN,

M.,

&

273 Post

CO..

st.

Sut-

ter 460.

1633

J.,

Buying and

939.

Divasadero

West

Divisadero St.

selling.

FURNITURE—WHOLESALE

Kearny 5068.

Mission St.

1854

FURNITURE — SECOND-HAND

CALIFORNIA FURNITURE AND BEDDING LTNDSBERG, CO.,

SHOP.

1974.

MANUFACTURERS' ING

CO.,

1055

Market

B.

L.

St.

EXHIBITION

Downing, Mfgrs. Market 780.

MILWAUKEE FURNITURE CO., St. Garfield 2335. WISCONSIN FURNITURE CO.,

BUILDAgent,

832 Mission

Clarence R. GORDON M., 616 McAllister St. Park 4429. Davis, Pres., 744-45-46 Phelan Bldg. SutAlso Office Equipment and Store Fixtures. ter 41. KAPLAN BROS., 1546 Divisadero St. West 4202. KENNEDY, BURKE. FURNITURE CO., 2095 FURNITURE AND CARPETS Mission st. Market 7926. MILWAUKEE FURNITURE CO., 832 Mission MILWAUKEE FURNITURE CO., 832 MisSt. Garfield 2335. sion St. Garfield 2335. NEWMAN FURNITURE CO., 2101-2119 Mission

St.,

PORTOS, 4272.

cor. S.,

Market 17th St. 1242 Stockton St.

Picture frames

2475.

Douglas and window shades.

FURNITURE

CO., 545 CleRICHMOND Carpets, stoves, Pacific 641. ment St. house goods, linoleum, draperies. SENN, W. E.. 1374 Sutter St. Franklin 689. Dealer in antique furniture.

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS CONTINENTAL

FURNITURE

MFG.

Market 500. 1636 Bryant St. H., 2169 Folsom St.

FRIEDRICHS,

CO.,

Market

125.

IiAROULANDIE, Franklin 4311.

1743-45 Sacramento St. Artistic furniture and wood E.,

My

127 Stockton St. Garfield 1157. Kearny 4267. 430 Sutter st. low prices keep all my competitors guess-

Remodeling

ing.

FURNITURE—NEW AND SECOND-

HAND

HOFFMAN FURNITURE STORE, Market 762. Allister St. of all makes.

707 McAlso Automobiles

Sutter 7000

a specialty.

HOEFL1CH, ALBERT,

57 Geary St.

Kearny

5873.

KANTER,

B.,

Franklin 1352. 476 Geary St. S. Kittay, Prop., 683 Wholesale and Franklin 4143.

LITTLE FUR SHOP, Geary

St.

retail.

PRESLEY & SCHNEIDER

Sutter 7295. CO., 166 Geary St. BROS., 140 Geary St. Douglas

3081.

SICHEL, M.

carving.

i

FURRUERS BRUCKNER'S. HASTEN. S..

Expert

S.,

220 Stockton St. Sutter 340. reasonable prices.

repairing;

FURRIERS —WHOLESALE GARBER & SAFCHIK. 6226.

212 Stockton. Sntter Manufacturers of popular priced furs.

Chronicle

Sutter

7000



i

— — — SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

60

Q GALVANIZING WORKS

GARAGES AND AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES

SAN FRANCISCO GALVANIZING WORKS, E.

K. Cooley, prop., 1176 Harrison St. Mar-

ket 1163.

SULLIVAN GARAGE, 1336 I'ost st. and storage.

GARAGES ACME GARAGE. 424 BARNES, CHARLES

Park

St.

Dlvisadero

717

St.

1400 Murket

Market

*t.

192.

BUCHMAN. AL, 150 Valencia st. Mirket 7898. COX GARAGE. Ed. Cox and Ward Cox, 1390 Ninth Ave.

Sunset 3256. 36 Clay St. Douglas 1708. JACKSON GARAGE, A. Slotemaker, owner, 1641 Jackson St. Prospect 350.

HARBOR GARAGE,

MARSHALL GARAGE,

Hyde

Prospect

St.

GAS ENGINES ACME ENGINE

1530 Ellis St.

Fillmore 984.

1522-

Tires and re-

pairing.

PEARSON'S GARAGE AND SHOP,

345 Bush

224.

740 Post St. Frank-

Day and night washing.

STOCKTON AND SUTTER GARAGE, Dolson & Anderson, props., 410-16 Stockton St.

CO., 863 Mission St.

Gar.

161.

—STREET

GAS LIGHTING

WELSBACH STREET LIGHTING AMERICA,

H. Williams. Market 4236.

9th St.

C.

OF

CO.

Mgr., 88

I»ist.

GAS RADIATORS AND HEATERS MGARVEY.

ULRICK

A. Exhibit— Offioe: Gas Radiators Heaters

Phelan Building.



Utilities.

GAS SERVICE GAS CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION. rel St., Franklin automatic ice,

rental

Douglas 5388.

Sut-

GAS LIGHTS AND MANTLES WELSH ACH

Douglas 2120.

POST STREET GARAGE,

CO., 1st end Minna Sts.

ter 4715.

prop.,

PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP,

lin

467 O'FarFranklin 717. Gas service, connection appliances, automatic pressure control* monthly rental plan. Ask for estimate.

Bud

742 Valencia St. Market 996. MURRAY'S GARAGE, 402 404 G< Hep. Gate ave. Prospect 2i'58. Ford accessories, repairing and storage; ORPHEUM GARAGE, Transients, 355 O'Farrell St. Prospect 120.

St.

Sutter

St.

ri'U

Goodyear Service Sta-

419 Pacific, near

MODERN GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP, Droit,

B.. CO.. 768 Mission St. Also Accessories.

3296.

GAS CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION.

1242. BRUCE, L. J., Storage, 50e.

J

Repair work

RABCOCK. C

4.

West

tion, 81.

Nelson, Mgrs.,

Daniell

GAS APPLIANCES

Stanyan E.,

&

Prospect 4800.

plan,

467 O'Fnr-

Gas appliance servpressure control, monthly 717.

ask for estimate.

WORKS

GARAGES, AUTO ACCESSORIES AND CALIFORNIA GEAR GEAR WORKS, REPAIRS 2130 Folsom, Market 141 ALPINE GARAGE.

Douglas 736 Pacific st. Superior service. Absolutely fireproof. Automobile painting. BOULEVARD GARAGE. A. R. Walther, prop., 421 Arguello Blvd., Clement and First Ave. Pacific 1315. Class A building. GARAGE CO., H. Mortimer Sniiili Mgr., 1500 Rrotdway. Franklin 2860. CALIFORNIA GARAGE, 1772 Green St. Prospect 8125. 1528.

COLISEUM GARAGE, West

330 Baker St. and repairing.

DANIELS & NELSON,

1336

Prospect

Post.

4800.

MANUFACTURERS

SCHWARTZ GINGER ALE

and

Prospect 5545.

washing

storage,

shop,

1255

California

P.

J.

Kelly,

between Turk

Ave.,

Franklin 2421.

St.

731

prop.,

and

CO.,

490 5th

St

2'>28.

GLASS AND GLAZING COLUMBUS GLASS

CO., Jos. Bardi, 2867 MisMission 6747. I'liOWE. J. B.. i;:72 Turk St. Also 715 Van

Randolph Colma. Motor truck and automobile repairing.

props.,

NELSON, W.

1207

Franklin 3062.

St.

and Danlell, C. W., 1336-44 Prospect 4800. Auto electricians,

Post St.

PINE GARAGE, Frunklln

Bush


L.,

dav and nl^ht

POINT LOBOS GARAGE. 4
TEMPLE GARAGE, B20. WALTHER, A. R., 1315.

J.

Scully,

Mgr.,

Pacific 1045.

644 Geary St. 421

Prospect

Arguello Blvd.

Pa-

PLATE

Garfield 737.

AND WINDOW GLASS

Garfield 809. CO.. 973 Mission st. beveling and art glass.

Mirrors,

GLOVE MANUFACTURERS V ARRANT

GLOVE 00., 3600 Mission NATIONAL GLOVE WORKS. Peter

St.

Mis-

S.

Mar-

2701.

sion

tioni.

Pres.,

1600 Powell.

Kearny 250S.

GLUE MANUFACTURERS

WHOLESALE

Reeves, 1461 Pine St.

113.

139S. A., 34 Davis.

ARTHUR

PIONEER

service.

E. L.

West

Ness.

Eddy.

MOTOR INN GARAGE, THE. Herman

cific

Douglas

Absolutely fireproof.

MARKER & GILMORE, Son,

GINGER ALE BOTTLERS SCHWARTZ GINGER ALE

GOEI'P,

Also service station.

KELLY'S GARAGE, Van Ness

Frank-

1625 Leavenworth.

1820. Repair snpnlies.

FAIRMONT GARAGE,

024.

CO., INC., 490 5th

Douglas 2628.

St.

sion.

EAGLE GARAGE, lin

ChapUa,

J.

GINGER ALE AND SOFT DRINKS

BROADWAY

H. S. Wolverton, prop., Auto assessories 6885.

M.

GETLF.SON. H.

B.

&

CO., 820 Market.

Gar-

2487.

field

GLUES AND ANIMAL OILS LOOM IS, HAROLD 3000.

H.

f

462 Mills Bldg. Kearay

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

GOWNS AND NEWMAN, MRS.

MANASA BROS.

SUITS

Exclusive Gowns,

B.,

308-

Kearny 4004.

309 Whitney Bldg.

Exchange

GRAIN AND BEANS ADOLF,

Merchants'

901

Ex3t.,

Garfield 546.

321.

GRAIN AND BEANS—WHOLESALE BROTHERS,

BRAY Kearny

Sacramento

200

St.

1882.

SON, 170

Sutter 783.

1st St.

1668.

PANUSOS, GEO.,

CO., Grenville Moore, 1012-1019 Hobart Bldg. Garfield 1519.

RANDITI.

ARATA PAUL,

150 Steiner Also Fruits and Vegetables.

RATTARO, C. & CO., Colma. RELAY GROCERY. THE. H.

295-299

Fourth

St.

2291 Third St.

Mar-

46 Powers Ave.

Mis-

,

sion

1280.

BARNARD,

Fillmore

1208

A.,

Fillmore

at.

259.

BARRY, P. BEHRING,

F.,

C.

Kearny 5027. 433 Third St. Prospect H., 701 Larkin St.

3100.

BELLEVUE GROCERY, 205 Frederick Market 1174. Anything in Groceries. BOLEN & PHILLIPP, 4353 Geary St. cific

Wines

913.

and

Liquors

St.

Family

for

343 Clement St.

Pacific

SUECHTING. F.. 3800 22d St. Valencia TSAGALAKIS, GEO. B., 5021 Geary St.

5658.

Pa-

cific 2165.

VALOONESI,

P.,

&

T.

G.,

CO.. 1800

Mason

Doug-

St.

Grove

500

Market

St.

7377.

WALTERS &

CO., 941 Cole St.

WILLUMSEN,

Park 2211.

A. V., 746 Arguello Blvd.

Pa-

1911.

YALE GROCERY,

800 Post St.

Prospect 5784.

GROCERIES —WHOLESALE EDWARD W.

BROWN,

Edward

CO.,

W.

Brown, Pres.; Chas. E. Hale, Sec. 51 -53 Main St. Kearny 1343. Purveyors to hotels end

eating-houses.

DB BERNARDI, St.

&

D.. CO., INC., 259 Front 730. Established 1870. Import-

Kearny

MARTIN, CAMM

CO., 118-132 Sacramento St Also dairy products and mfgrs.

Kearny 4796.

of bakers and confectioners' supplies.

1559 Franklin

St.

Pros-

CALDARONI,

G.,

1661

San Jose Ave.

CAPPAJOHN

BROS., 101 Shotwell

Mar-

St.

ket 2632.

CLAMS' CO. (H. Uyeda, Mgr.), 1588 Poet West 710.

COOGAN'S CASH AND CARRY STORE

Valencia 6336. JOHN. KALLOS, 4 6th Candies and books.

\xx%\j\jMUMS,lxSlS

Bryant

AUGUST.

St.

CO..

729

Groceries,

Market

6001

3647.

Mission

st.

Bush

Garfield

st.

liquors

and

deli-

ca tessen. t..

&

CO.,

452 Larkin

St.

Franklin

West

7156.

2149.

MAIANCHI,

F.,

CO.,

A.NIJ

337-39-41

JJAIKY

WHOLESALE SMITH,

LYNDEN

Sutter

&,

St

PRODUCTS

CO., 231 to 339 Davis St.

4220.

JACOBSON-REIMERS Kearny

Davis

CO.,

325-331 Davis

St

1613.

GROCERIES AND FRUITS SUTTER FRUIT AND GROCERY STORH, Danes, Arzanices & Co.. 175 Sutter St. Sut5442. Best of fruits and groceries. Wter ARRIS. K. M., 1908 Fillmore West St.

3401.

GROCERIES AND MEATS GRAND MARKET,

West 1730 Fillmore St. Fruits and delicatessen. HAUS, A., 205 Granada Ave. Randolph 1484. KEYSTONE MARKET. F. Gooss, Mgr., 1260 Hyde St. Franv-lm 1103. MILO. A.. 6300 Mission St., Daly City. Randolph 616. Also Fruits and Vegetables. 465.

Randolph 2031. 10o3-10"4.

L.,

(C.

St.

KNOT L. EPATOND &

HARTTER,

Kearny 1891.

727.

2204

GROCERS' AND BAKERS' SUPPLIES

St.

Pacific R. Coogan. Owner), 400 Balboa St. Fruits and Vegetables. 287. CO., 932 Valencia St. DEL CARLO, J. & Fine line of Fruits, complete Mission 2860. line of Groceries. DEMEK. C. 3777 Sacramento st. Pacific 2308. DEMENTO. M.. 3<500 Mission st. Mission 6720. EUREKA GROCERY (G. N. Gitchell, Prop.), Pacific 370. 3015-17 Clement St. FERREA & DI GRAZIA, 1346 Grant Ave. Also Fruits. Garfield 2858. FLADMARK. 0. J., 001 Baker St. West 4773. GEKNNS. JOHN, 1101 Scott St. West 1863. GLAFKIDRS BROS., 164 Sixth St. Market 71 00. Staple Groceries r Specialty. HARTJE F., 3550 Twenty-second St. Mis-

HUPENBECKER. MISS ELLA,

CO., 310 Sacramento Importers and exporters.

Sutter 4184.

Ran-

dolph 2165.

KROATE.

WEST COAST TRADING St.

pect 2842.

LOUTS,

2903.

ers and exporters.

Pa-

Use.

BUNATSOS. SPIROS,

sion

Randolph 653. Rubke, Prop.,

2067.

7277.

BANDONI. ORLANDO,

Frank-

St.

R., 442

SPREEN, WILLIAM,

cific

I

West

St.

VOGIATZIS, Park 1408.

St.

1876.

M C HE LOTTI

Leavenworth

233

P..

lin 9246.

las 1380.

GROCERIES ATIIANASATOS, SPIRO,

Market

3694 Eighteenth St.

6152.

883

GRAPHITE

ket

Fill1572 Divisadero St. Also Delicatessen. O'LOONEY, M. J. 1032 McAllister St. Park 1429. 896 Steiner St. Park 6051. 1610 Polk St., Franklin 883. 588 Haight St., Park 3655. O'SHEA, D. J., 4400 Seventeenth St. Market

more 4353.

Union St. Douglas 5652. SCHMIDT, JNO. W.. 3300 Gearv St. Pacific

NATIONAL GRAPHITE

BACCI &

N.. 901 Castro St. Valencia 4165. L., 249 Cortland Ave. Mis-

2187 Union

WARD, FRED &

1901 San Jose

876.

NEUSCHWANDER sion 169. NEWMAN, WM.,

ROMERO, JOE

GRINDING WHEELS

Garfield

Randolph

f

change Bldg. Garfield 985. WOOLNEf'.. H. K. & CO., 149 California

Room

MISSION TERRACE GROCERY,

NELSON,

CO., Garfield 394.

Merchants' Exchange Bldg.

Market

1168 Eighteenth St.

Wines and Liquors.

Ave.

1750.

NORTHERN GRAIN AND WAREHOUSE

K0SHLAND,

MECCHI & 8122.

GRAIN — WHOLESALE (J04

(T. E. TsarnaB Mgr.), 367 Sutter 8931. RAGGHIANTI, 815 Greenirfch St

St.

Franklin 5394.

Merchants'

701-702

R..

Kearny

bldg.

Fiftli

MICHAEL. JOHN,

GRAIN MERCHANTS VOLMER,

61

2100 Union St.

PANTALEON

BROS.. 34S0 San Bruno Ave. Randolph 20.90. Market at 3476 Van Ness Ave. Randolph 34SO.

TASSI & PARETI. 6653.

1109-1115 Fillmore Also Vegetables and Fish.

St West

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY GROCERIES AND MEATS— RETAIL GUNSMITH AND WHOLESALE PRICE, W. H., 98 Stevenson St. Kearny 52

DELLOZA

BROS., 312 Columbus Ave.

Guds bought and

Kearny

1281.

sold.

1749.

GYMNASIUM APPARATUS GROCERIES AND MEATS — WHOLE- MEDART, FRED. MFG. CO., 3. H. Medart, SALE Western Sales Arc., 404 Rialto Bldg. Sotter Ml'
& CO., J.-J7 Meuait Groceries and provisions.

AI.hLKL

Sutter 4200.

4387.

St.

GROCERS' SPECIALTIES LANG & 8TROH 2459.

CO.. 219 Also Importers.

Drumm

St.

Kearny

What Are You Looking

for A Room—House— —Apartment—Employment— Help Any Kind—Automobile —Sewing Machine— Flat

of

or a Business Partner?

Anything Phone a

Classified

Ad

to

The

Chronicle Sutter 7000 And Find

It

at Small

Expense

J *

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

53

M HARDWOOD AND

HABERDASHERS FRANK, CHARLES.,

936 Market St., Pros1U4 Powell St. Douglas 5389.

pect 3969.

HAIR MANUFACTURERS UNION HAIR WORKS.

Prop J,

1174 Sutter St.

BLCivMAN,

C. hi.

1814 San Bruno ave.

INLAID FLOOR sion

and curled hair mattresses.

(Wholesale)

2573 Mission st. Switches, wigs, nets, toupes

CORNIT1US, GEORGE C, 624 American NaLank

tional

hair sptcialties.

all

BECKER, JOSEPH,

B'NAI B'RITH, 149 Eddy St. Franklin 5012. Market CIVIC CENTER, 1254 Market St.

IURTON,

Dances and Special Meetings. NATIVE SONS' HALL (D. E. Murdea, super intendent), Native Sons' Bldg., 414-430 MaDouglas 133. son St.

IOLT

Kitchen

A., 2631 Mission St.

Mission 7768. Also Tools and Household Goods. DONNELLEY, W. J., 75 Fourth St. Kearny 2833.

EF FINGER,

G.

5S22

E.,

Mission

Ran-

St.

P. Klein Prop., Franklin 8963. 1808 Polk St. Extra and Practical Remodel! ig Ladies' and Men's Hats. WORKS. 414 Geary St. Franklin PARIS

HAT

8373.

HATS — LADIES'

Kearny

135i Grant Ave.

Brooks,

CO., O.

San Bruno Ave. Randolph 812. Complete line of Hdwe., Household Utensils and Crockery. Builders' Hdwe. our specialty. Plop., 2459

Repairing of

all kinds.

JOOST BROS.,

INC.,

Mr.

Walker,

I.

Pres.,

Market 891. 1053 Market St. Sporting Goods, Tools, Household Goods. SMITH, P. A. CO., 638 Fourth st. Sutter Glass and Hardware. 4151. VALENCIA CO., 450 Third St.

HARDWARE

Kearny

Implements.

\T

EW HAT

SHOP, THE, 1504 Stockton

HAT & FRAME MANUFACTURERS (Ladies), Wholesale and Jobbers A.. & CO.. Sutter 3129.

MCDOWELL,

J.

sixth floor.

SCOVEL IRON STORE

CO.,

754

GEORGE "ACIFIC HAT CO., 1

Howard

CO.,

700

GOODS

Pacific

G.

B.,

& SONS,

Electrical

3715.

T.,

852 Clement

Auto

COLMAN

CO.

(Jesse

Kearny

C.

Colman,

Market Agency

37 Kearny Dnnlap

Pres.),

St.

for

Douglas 1781. St. Trunks and Leather Goods.

St.

HAT WORKS EASTERN HAT FACTORY,

West

Sutter 2657. eled,

Made

767 Market St. Old Hats Made New. RemodWholesale and Retail. to Order.

HAULING

Frank

Neubert.

Pacific 1716.

O'SHEA,

(Wholesale and Retail) RICHARDS' HARDWOOD LUMBER CO., 486 Rraman st. Sutter 572. BROS., Fifth and Brannan Also Flooring Veneers,

2100 Seventeenth

St.

Mar-

HAY AND GRAIN 480-

SutPanels.

Sts.

J.,

Inc.,

ket 828.

HARDWOOD AND LUMBER

ter 1367.

Garfield

Hats.

HARDWOOD

WHITE

T. t 708 Market St.

Montgomery St., 780 Kearny 2876. 4744.

Accessories.

2033 Fillmore St.

HARDWOOD CO., Mgr., Sll Forty-third ave.

818 Mission St.

3H65.

Hats,

185*.

INLAID

Ave.

DILLON, TOM, 720 Market

HARDWARE AND PLUMBING KNOLES, FRED

Grant

HAT STORES CARROLL. PAUL

HARDWARE AND HOUSEHOLD JACKSON,

1268

st.

Park 9000.

St.

J.,

15 81.

HARDWARE—WHOLESALE

Seventh

St.,

756.

Sutter 5801.

BAKER, HAMILTON & PACIFIC

Market

731

HAT MANUFACTURERS Kearny

HARDWARE —HEAVY

St.

Millinery and Waists.

Garfield 374.

CASASSA,

726.

THE, Fred Balboa Bldg. Engines and

.iLLANELL HATTERY, THE,

4765.

GOLDEN CITY HARDWARE

CO.,

HATS— CLEANING AND BLOCKING

dolph 2083.

FIORIO & FIGONI.

MANUFACTURING

Agricultural

St.

Utensils,

Kearny

St.

HARVESTER MANUFACTURERS Seibel. Branch Mgr., 304 Also Traction 1252. Slitter

Crockery and Glassware.

BUNNEY, JOHN

553 Fourth

In.

SONS, 871-873 Market

Stoves,

2199.

D. 1218 Mission St. Market 5653. Expert Collar and Harness Maker.

HARDWARE 6030.

Sutter

5308.

2S08.

Sutter

Bldg.

HARNESS MAKERS

HALLS

BROWN, CHAS. &

Mis-

HARDWOOD LUMBER

FREDERICKS' HAIR STORE, and

600 Alabama St.

CO.,

15 to.

HAIR STORES Mission 5275.

FLOOR

CO. (John Lerk, Franklin 4046. Co., b± Mais. Mar-

ket 31dl.

Manufacturers of curled hair

Mission 1399.

INLAID FLOORS

ACME HARD WOOD FLOOR

LINEHAN, M. J., 432 Fifth St. Sntter 2560. PRODUCERS' HAY CO.. C. E. Berringer, Msr., 176 Towneend St. Sntter 350. Seventh 381-9 CO..

SMITH-RIDDELL Market

1022.

8t.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY FRENCH HOSPITAL, south side of Geary HAY, GRAIN AND FEED bet. 5th and 6th avea. Pacific 1614. $2.50

64

st.,

MAGNBR A MILLER,

SOOTT.

333 Berry St.

HAY, GRAIN, FEED AND FUEL STITMPF

BROS..

flress.

Ave.

Railroad

1215-1217

Mission 211.

NEW THOUGHT

HEATING AND VENTILATING ULRICK

Exhibit— Office: Heating

A.

— —

Central Unit Phelan Building. Systems Gas Radiators Heaters.



HEATING AND VENTILATING APPLIANCES ATLAS HEATING AND VENTILATING

CO..

Douglas 378.

4th and Freelon sts.

M.

D..

Phelan bldg.

3698 California.

Supt..

D., Supt.,

3700 California

7500.

Pacific

Pacific 8900.

st.

Children's Hospital. MORTON HOSPITAL. 775 Cole st. Park 5306. PARK SANATORIUM, 1500 Page st. Market 8048. For the care and treatment of alcohol and drug addicts. SANTA FILOMENA SANATORIUM, 1195 Bush St. Franklin 456. ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL, Hyde and Bnsh Sts. Franklin 6464. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, Buena Vista Ave. and Park Hill Ave. Market 320. Conducted by the Franciscan Sisters. ST. LUKE'S. Dr. Wm. R. Dorr, Supt. 27th and Valencia Sts. Mission 8600. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, 2200 Hayes St. Pacific 4240. A Well Equipped Modem Hospital, Open for Reputable Physicians.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL, Third

and

Sut-

St.

ter 1495.

HOTELS

HERBS CHINA HERB Kearny

Sutter 3490. E. Mnsgrave,

HOSPITAL, W.

W. E. Musgrave, M. D., Supt., Parnassus Aves. Sunset 1155.

133 Geary

C..

kinds of baths given.

Commonly known as

HEMSTITCHING PHILLIPS, MINNIE

73'1

HAHNEMANN M.

FOOD,

IN

conducted by Dr. C. Fenwick Moore. lull Broderick St., near Sutter. West 9550. We teach proper food combinations for health. Courses consist of physiology of body, chemistry of foods and chemistry of body.

M'GARVEY,

All

tin.

HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES, W. E. Musgrave,

HEALTH SCHOOLS SCHOOL OF

per dav and

GRACE DARLING-COLUMBIA NATIONAL AND LIBERTY HOSPITAL ASSN., new ad-

Dooglas 5150.

CO., Dr. Yeun, Mgr.; Kearn y 2494. Pine.

362

cor.

st.,

AND FURS

HIDES, WOOL, PELTS BOLLES & ROGERS,

Chicago, 111.; F. L. Pacific Coast Agent, 16 California

Whitton, Douglas 2542.

St.

ADENA HOTEL, 144 O'Farrell St. Kearny 1W4. ANZAC HOTEL, Mrs. L. M. MacDonald, Mgr., 124 Turk St. Prosrect 565. ARLINGTON HOTEL, 480 Ellis St. Franklin i>800. ACTOR HOTEL, Wm. Bruce, Prop., 270 McAllister St., Opp. Public Library. Market 488. Rates, 75c to fl per day; weekly rates.

BELMONT HOTEL. 730 Eddy st. Franklin 4200. Fireproof Bldg. Reasonable rates. HOTEL, A. T. Lundborg, E. L. ELECTRICAL BELLEVUE Drury, 505 Geary St. Franklin 3636. Douglas 1690. BROADWAY HOTEL AND APARTMENTS, Wood-working

HOISTING MACHINERY WEIDENTHAL WORKS.

623

-

GOSLINER Mission

st.

Motors and hoists for rent. machinery.

J. W* rtschnig, Mgr., 2048 Polk. Frank. 2136. CALIFORNIA STATE HOTEL, 176 Third St.

Douglas 2678.

HOMES

CECIL HOTEL, 545 Post

St.

Pro pec t 180.

CENTER HOTEL, 20 l£th St., Market FLORENCE CRITTENTON MATERNITY CIVIC Rooms 75c per day and up. Special 588. HOME FOR FRIENDLESS GIRLS, Mrs. rates by week or mouth. E. S. Davis. Supt.. 376 20th Ave. Pacific 90. HOTEL. Leo Lebenbaum, Mgr., JUVENILE DETENTION HOME, H. E. CHANCELLOR 4:'.3 Powell St. Douglas 2004. Park 8500. Kellington. Supt.. 150 Otis st. HOTEL, 524 Bush ftt. Garfield PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL OLD LADIES' CHATHAM 222S. HOME.

Mrs. F. Neale. Supt.. 2 J 58 Golden Residence West 591.

Gate Ave.

HOPS WOLF HOP

CO..

THE,

HOTEL,

Rich, Prospect 4700.

California

st.

S.

HORST

E. CLEMENS Kearny 2655.

&

Taylor.

Eddy

COLONIAL HOTEL, Howard

T. Blethen. Mgr. Sutter 3500. Mrs. Alvin B. Speer, Mgr.,

LOIONY HOTEL

St.

West 'MBIA HOTEL.

1534 Sutler.

Mission

252. T. D. Lowell, Mer., 411 Prospect 560. O'Farreil. COUT HOTEL, O. Delavenes, Prop., 34 Ellis. Garfield 720. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, R. Petri. Mgr.. 550 Green St. Sutter S544. One of the best Rates to suit hneteh'ics in San Francisco.

P. Edwards. Garfield 1811.

DEL MAR. W. G. Kent, Mgr.. 870 Mission St.. Kearny 3426. FIELDING HOTEL, M. K. Fleming, Mgr., Sutter 000. SSfc Geary. F1RPO & FINOCOHIO BROS.. Fiank Flrpo,

CO..

235

Pine

st.

HORSESHOERS McDONALD, WM..

and

E. Cline, Prop., 1090

and Prop., 650 Bush

HOPS AND BARLEY —WHOLESALE

Pres.,

Clift,

Fillmore 1681.

St.

245

Frederick C. Mgr., Geary

Cbadiah

CLINE HOTEL.

Douglas 2662.

416 Railroad ave.

7091.

Ci

:

I.i

oil.

HOSIERY

DURHAM no^TER Y Mgr.,

(XI FT

C1i>

MTLLS. A.

Hohart Bldg.

Mgr., 1434 Grant Ave.

HOSIERY—WHOLESALE SKRftON A BREYER. G6 Sansome

st.

Douglas 4331. Bankson, S. 3.. Prop., 447 Franklin :U.")0. Rooms 35c to St. per day. Special rates by week or

FRESNO HOTEL, Eddy

Kearny

$L»!0

month.

HOSPITALS

SANATORIUM, FrnnMln 4SR.

ADLER

FRAXKMN 14th and

HOSPITAL. Noe

Sts.

E.

Park

1590 Broadway. O.

349.

Arps,

Supt.;

GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL. W. C. Williamson, Mgr., 253 3d, Kearny 2385. GOLDEN GATE PARK CASINO, 24th Ave. nnd Fulton St. Pacific 4100. GRAND SOUTHERN HOTEL. A. Vnyssie, Mgr., 1C95 Mission. park 4605. with vr without bath.

Modern;

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY HAMLIN HOTEL, Crystal T. Conrad and A. Prospect -450. F. Tully, Props., 38f Eddy. HERALD HOTEL AND CAFE, Eddy and Franklin 7272. First class and rooms. Popular prices.

Jones.

HERBERT'S BACHELOR HOTEL, St.

cuisine

151 Powell

Sutter 567.

HOTEL ALTOONA, Henry

E. Donovan, C. FUniing, Mgrs., 349 O'Farrell St. Prospect

410.

HOTEL ATLANTA, nnd Mission

Ben.

Market

Sts.

Fisher, 420.

Mgr.,

7th

HOTEL BEAR,

37 Columbus. Kearny 4082. Two separate entrances. Lovely rooms. Reasonable rates. Modern. Use of phone. HOTEL CARTWRIGHT, W. M. Turner, Mgr., 524 Sutter St. Sutler 7070. HOTEL CONTINENTAL, Slianley & Furness, 127 Ellis St. Garfield 2345. HOTEL COSMOS, Edward W. Johann, Prop., 480 Geary St. Franklin 3331. HOTEL DALT, Charles W. Ward, 34 Turk St. Prospect 354. HOTEL EKLE, Mrs. C. C. Boyd, Prop., 924 Geary St. Franklin 3030. HOTEL ESPANOL, 719 Broadway. Douglas 2830.

EUGENE.

John Coublucq, Mgr., 255 Sutter 4300. HOTEL FILLMORE, E. C. Smith, Prop., 1037 Fillmore St. Market 5761. HOTEL GKORGIA, Mrs. Dor a Stinehart, Prop., Franklin 6498. 515 Jones St. Rooms with or without Bath; Permanent or Transient; Hot and Cold Water- Steam Heat. HOTEL GRANADA, Wm. M. Wise, Mgr., 1000 Sutler St. Franklin 422. HOTEL HOLLAND, 161 Ellis St. Kearny 4380. HOTEL KEYSTONE, 54 4th St. Sutter 5186. HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER, A. O. Smith, Franklin 1467. Prop., 589 Post St. HOTEL LAND, 936 Mission St. Sutter 5064. HOTEL LANKERSH1M. A. B. Smith, Mgr., Sutter 3720. 55 5th St. 350 Rooms of HOi'ivL

O'Farrell

St.

Comfort.

HOTEL MANX. W. and O'Farrell Sts. HOTEL MINSTER. •.

Maso las

St.,

i

3789.

James, Mgr., Powell Douglas 4000.

B.

A.

Vayssie,

Mgr.,

312

Mason aud O'Farrell. DougModern; With or without Bath.

cor.

HOTEL OAKLAND, Garfield Kearny. HOTEL ODEON, A. Market

8518.

R. G. Keene, Prop., 551 1585. Viyssie, Mgr., 40 7th St. Modern. With or without

HOTEL PAUL ARTHUR,

K. Scully, Mgr., 14S5 Bush, cor. Van Ness and Bush. Franklin 4823. HOTEL PHOENIX, Mrs. Louise Lambert, Owner, 269 3d. Kearny 4574. HOTEL PLAZA, Post and Stockton. Sutter Mrs. A.

7200.

HOTEL PRINCETON, 311 Kearny St. Douglas 3531. HOTEL RICHELIEU, Victor Reiter, Mgr., Franklin 2381. Geary and Van Ness. HOTEL ROBINS. 711 Post St. Franklin 2670. HOTEL ROSEBRO. Mrs. J. Anderson, Mgr., Douglas 1171. 775 Bush St. HOTEL ST. FRANCIS, Geary, Powell and Post Sts. Douglas 1000. HOTEL ST. PAUL, 935 Kearny. Douglas 1117. HOTEL SAHLEIN. Mrs. M. Stubblefield, Mgr., Franklin 1221. 1255 Polk St. HOTEL SENATE, 471 Turk St. Prospect 3020. HOTEL SENECA, Lester L. Hydeman, Mgr., Market 857. 34 6th St. HOTEL SHASTA. J. B. Dale, Prop., 314 Kearny St. Sutter 4820. HOTEL SHERMAN, R. Splndler, Mgr., 87 11th St. Pork 1839. HOTEL SOUTHERN, George C. Spencer, Pro]).

328 3d

St.

Douglas 4385.

HOTEL STRATTON, H. L. Anderson, Franklin 2202. 570 O'Farrell St. HOTEL ST. GEORGE, Elsie Blythe, 1259

IOTEL SUSSEX,

L. B. O'Brien, Mgr 7
£™ 3S0.

HOTEL TIVOLI. Ralph Owen, Prop., S3 Eddy St. Douglas 286. HOTEL T L RLE, Albert Giegoni, Mgr., 670 Broadway.

()

Market

St.

Mgr., Mgr.,

Market 3764.

E. Selig, Mgr., 405 Van Market 3001. Ness A^e. HOTEL ST. MARLBAU, A. Layrac, Prop., Kearny 3192. 190 O'Farrell St.

HOTEL ST. JAMES,

Kearny 2722

TEL TWIN OAKS,

Post St.

Fra

ikli

Geo. Brown, Mgr., 1010 4121.

i

HOTEL VAN NESS, 619 Van Ness. Franklin 6033. HOTEL VERMONT, J. T. Glanton, Mgr., 44T Valencia

Market 6106. Mrs. George Cohhaola, Mgr., 635 California St. Kearny 3348. 1M Pi'. RIAL HOTEL, B. Doi, Prop., 5ol Pine St

HOTEL WESTWARD, St.

Garfield

2181.

KOHLEN, THE, O'Farrell St. LARNE, Ellics at

Miss C. Hulpes, Prop., 5780 Franklin 2154. Mason. Franklin 9130. LAYNE HOTEL, Mrs. F. Osborue, Mgr., 546 Jones St. Prospect 646. LINCOLN HOTEL, 115 Market. Sutter 4500. Single rooms $1; double rooms, with bath, $1.50-$2.

MIKADO HOTEL, Mr. Usami, Mgr., i'ost St. Fillmore 2517. VI ON A HOTEL, Mrs. M. B. McDonald,

1734

Mgr., Sutter 2565. MONARCH HOTEL, E. Mylrea, Prop., 722 Golden Gate Ave. Prospect 8129. MONVISO HOTEL, A. Tolomei, Mgr., 2124 Polk St. Franklin 8122. VAN KAI YA, 1523-25-27 Geary. West 6939. ATHENS, John Ferris, Mgr., 345 3d St. Douglas 5651. All modern; reasonable prices. The best of service. CALIFORNIA HOUSE, 294 Embarca-

Pine St

401)

XEW

XEW dero. Douglas 4829. XEW DELMONICO REST. AND HOTEL. C. Arnaugou, Mgr., 362 Geary St. Sutter 1.7T2. XEW GUILLAUME TELL HOTEL, 1078-84 Folsom St. Market 4926. XEW HARCOURT HOTEL, J. W. Bower*, Mgr., Cor. Sutter and Larkin Sts.

American and European

4iJC0.

OCCIDENTAL HOTEL

175 Third

Prospect

plan.

Kearny

St.

3560.

OGAWA HOTEL, fornia

Bath.

6S

U. Ogawa, Prop., 612 Cali-

Kearny

St.

OREGON HOTEL,

1816.

Mrs. Chas. F. Smith, Mgr.,

West

1912 Fillmore St.

9002.

PALACE HOTEL. Market and New gomery

Sutter 700. HOTEL, Mrs.

Sts.

PARK STONE Prop., 1050

Eddy

POLK HOTEL, Polk

Fra

St.

Mrs.

E.

and

St.

Foden,

J.

Thorp,

A.

2527.

Prop.,

S6*

iklin 1760.

RICHELIEU HOTEL, Geary

M.

West

St.

Mont-

Victor

Mgr., Franklin

Reiter,

Van Ness Are.

2381.

PIEMONT HOTEL,

750

and 752 Vallejo

St.

Douglas 4246.

RITZ HOTEL, 216 Eddy

St.

Franklin

6611.

ROYAL HOTEL, 280 O'Farrell St. Douglaa 3785. ROYCROFT HOTEL, 972 Sutter St. Franklla 297. SAN BRUNO HOTEL, Mr. Sassier, Prop., 1470 San Bruno Ave. Valencia 2452. SANTA FE HOTEL, C. Price, Prop., 684 '

Folsom

Kearny 5294.

St.

SHERMAN HOTEL, 11th

SOUTH

'

L.

Splndler,

Prop.,

87

Park 1839.

St.

SAN

FRAXCISCO

HOTEL,

Andechou. Mgr., 322 Railroad Ave.

Max

Mission

6->67.

STANDARD ROOMING HOUSE, som

Men ST.

Sixth and Fol-

Kearny 3221. Cheap, Clean Rooms,

Sts.

Only.

ELMO HOTEL,

Minna

St.

Kearny

D.

Saletura,

REGIS HOTEL, 83 4th SWISS AMERICAN HOTEL,

ST.

gantini,

Mgr.,

4S9

4649.

Sutter 4780. Oincera & MorSutter 8956, 534-36-88 Broadway. St.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

56

HOTELS 60 Market St. Tv'KIO HOTEL,

Stockton

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS

(Continued)

TERMINAL HOTEL,

James EL Hoyle, Mgr.,

Sutter 3100. Fr&nk Aupo,

1116

Mgr.,

C»tfield 52. HOTEL, B. F. Greenough, Mgr., 300 Baker, Cor. Fell, Opp. S. P. Hospital. West 3977. W1XTON HOTEL, Mrs. P. Ferre, Mgr., 445 O'Karrell St. Frnnklin 1988. St.

WALDEMAR

WORTH HOTEL, Mgr.,

641

Mrs. Georgie Trowbridge, Prospect 3940. Post St. Mrs. Rose Faure Phrelfall, Owner,

WORTHY, 1898 Haight St. ZONE HOTEL, G.

Market 9356.

L. Grialou, Prop., 373 Ellis Single Rooms a SpeS560.

Franklin cialty; $1.50 week and up. St.

730 Broadway.

Garfield

2898.

HOUSE MOVERS AND RAISERS HANSON, N. A., 106 Milton. Valencia 5209. SULLIVAN, D. J. & T., INC., House Moving and Raising, 1942 Folsom

3201.

HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Manufacturers and Distributers)

BAKER-SMITH

St.

Market

1545.

CO., 303 Rial to Bldg. Kearny

1791.

HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND REFRIGERATORS MANGRCM &

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS DES ALPES,

HUNTER & STRAUSS SUPPLY CO., 942 Market St. Garfield 948. Installment plan. DANKER & BAKER, 3254 22d St. Valencia

grum,

OTTER,

INC.,

Pres., 827-831 Mission Installation of kitchen

3155.

A.

ManKearny

S.

St.

equipment in

hotels.

HOUSEHOLD UTILITIES M'GARVEY, Phelan Boards

ULRICK

A. Exhibit— Office: Utility Cabinets— Ironing Seats— Utensils.

Building.

—Wall

/

!

The

Chronicle Office is

as near to you

as your telephone

Suiter 7000

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

57

I AND COLD STORAGE

ICE

CALIFORNIA ICE DELIVERY way.

Sutter 4800.

HALL,

HARRY &

st.

Douglas KM7.

HARRIS. LUNA

MARSHALL & MARSHALL,

325-335

California

16

24 California st. Suta specialty. CO., 1001 Grant Ave.

China 1251. Agencies throughout Mexico and America.

Central

Pacific

ICE COMPANIES CO., A. Douglas

Mltcbel, Mgr., 656 Bryent St.

CO.,

HIN SING, CHONG &

Douglas 2498.

MERCHANTS' ICE DELIVERY

INC..

CO..

Mexican merchandise

tnr 2712.

AND REFRIGERATOR MACHINERY

ICE St.

CO., 33 Broad-

J. 77.

IRELAND,

B. C, established 1885, 24 California st. Kearny 1650. Spices, rice, seeds, tapioca, peanuts, herbs, prepared mustard and Oriental merchandise. IRWIN, HARRISON & CROSFIELD, INC., Sutter 7398. Teas and 25 California st. general produce. IWAI & CO., LTD.; 216 Pine st. Sutter 5062. & CO., 441 Commercial st. Kearny 2447. KING, H. B., sales agency, 244 California. Garfield 1566. & CO., T. M. Matsnnaga, Mgr., 309 Kohl Bldg. Sutter 2671. KWONG, YICK & CO., 941 Grant Ave. China

ICE CREAM IWAKAM NATIONAL ICE CREAM CO., 366 Guerrero 33. Market st. UNITED ICE CREAM CO., A. G. Goss, Mgr., 2002 Fillmore

St.

West

KUHARA

2385.

ICE CREAM CONE MAN'F'RS. VELVET CHOC. CONE CO., Henry C. Bracey, 878 Valencia

mgr.;

gen.

St.

Market 5556.

IMPORTERS CO. INC., 704 Market Wholesale jewelry.

Kearny 3228.

612 Newball bldg. Also shipping. LEWIN, LEON, 112 California

TAISHO TRADING

CO., 666 Insurance Exch. Telephone Sutter 5346. Canned vegebldg. tables and fruits.

IMPORTERS — ORIENTAL,

LILLIENTHAL. LEVY &

IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS ADACHI,

&

S.

CO., 412-413 Mills bldg. Kear-

General importers.

ny 1490.

ADET, EMILE,

1001 Monadnock bldg.

Doug-

las 591.

AMERICAN FACTORS,

LTD., 310 Sansome St. Successors to H. Hackfeld & Co.,

Sutter 790. Ltd.

Sutter

CO., 26S Market

st.

LOAIZA. W. & CO.. 304-306 Postal Telegraph Kearny 3130. General international bldg. merchants. Foreign correspondence solicited. Agencies throughout Mexico and Central America. CO., 214 Pine st. MacBRIDE. L. A. & Sut-

W. &

L.

Montgom-

CO., 454

827.

MENIST.

Garfield 1129.

st.

st.

Garfield 938.

AMERICAN ASIATIC TRADING CO.. L. F. ter 347. Haber. Pres.: 444 Market st. Sutter 3035. MACDONALD, F. Sutter BAN JAR TRADING CO.. Y. Kawahaya, mgr., ery st. 149 California

Sntter 120.

1093.

SCHUSSLER M. AND st.

39.

LEE & GAY.

J., INC.; 134 California st. Sutter Also brokers. MEXICAN COMMERCIAL CO.. A. M. Bereyra, manager; 787 Broadway. Kearny 5647. MILNE, CHARLES & CO., 485 California st. Merchandise brokers. Garfield 1870. NAIGAI-SHOJI-KAISHA, 112 Market st. Sut-

2008.

ter 4187.

NIPPON DRY GOODS CO., 132 Sansome st. Dry goods, wholesale. Sutter 690. ONO TRADING CO.. LTD.. Ono Boyeki Ka-

AMERICAN IMPORT AND EXPORT CO., 433 buski Kaisha, 244 California st. Sutter Kearny 544. General Mdse. Clay St. 5967. AMERICAN PACIFIC CO.. E. C. Schmiegelow, OVERSEAS AGENCIES, LTD., P. A. Chimanager.; 732 Mills bldg. Kearny 1090. Sutter 3044. chester, 216 Pine St. Shipping and commission, manufacturers' OVERSEAS TRADING CO., R. H. Van Saut agents.

CO., INC., New York and New Orleans, 260 California St. Kearny 534. ANDERSEN, A. O. & CO., 242 California St. Sutter 1426. ARON, J.. & CO., INC.: Merchants' Exchange

AMSINCK,

&

G.

Kearny

bldg.

Edgar

J.,

1252.

BROKERS,

ASSOCIATED

Da Vega, Douglas 1612.

INC.,

Pres., 17 Spear St.

ASSOCIATED MANUFACTURERS' IMPORTING CO., 871 MarVet st. Sutter 26S3. BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO., 350 California St.

Sutter 6i27.

Grain, etc. CO., 112 Market Warehouse. 674 Townsend

BERNARD, JUDAE & Sutter 909.

Market

st. St.-

452.

HANIFY

CHRISTENSON,

&

WEATHER-

WAX. 210 California st. Kearny 141. Also shipping and lumber. DUR^L & DODGE. 255 California. Douglas 1*52.

ECHEGUREN & field

Market

268

CO.,

st.

Gar-

1290.

FOSTER, STERLING & Local Manager,

Main

Office,

GRACE, W.

R.

277

CO.. John

Pine

New York

&

CO.,

St. city.

M. Des<>h. Douglas 865.

332 Pine St.

China

Sutter

5969.

CO., 260 California St.

THE,

CO.,

ter 4537. Siberia.

311 California St. Sut-

From and Exports

Imports

SLAUGHTER, GUY

T.

&

CO.,

234 Pine

to st.

Sutter 5394.

HENRY

SMITH.

C.

:

311 California

st.

Doug-

las 1205.

SOLOMON, C,

JR.; 314 Battery

st.

Kearny

964.

TAKAKUWA. THANE. field

GUTXE, HENRY W. &

48.

SIBERIAN

2143.

3700.

Sutter

president; Alfred 0. Aitken, vice-pres., Mgr., 149 California st. Sntter 4988. PKT LEGRINI CO.. 134 Clav st. Sntter 5795 PETTIGREW-ZINN CO., 112 Market St. Sutter 4391. 4392. Food Products. SAJI & KARIYA CO., 510 Battery St. Sutter 6177. Steel Importers and Exporters. SHIELDS. HARPER CO., 1069 Mills bldg. Sutter 1420. Machinery and equipment. SHOKO CO., K. Kobuchi, manager; 519 California st. Kearny 903. SHUI TAI & CO., importers and exporters; Mr. Galum, manager; 852 Grant avenue. Jr.,

Sntter Y., 310 Sansome st. Coffee and spices. A. F., CO., 1700 Hobart bldg. Gar-

2667.

THOMPSON, FREDERICK st.

Sutter 4472.

H. CO.. 210

Drumm

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

58

IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS (TKOHIDA &

LTD.:

CO.,

463

bldg.

CO., W. P. Harrold, Prop.. 346*48 Clay St. Sutter 3369. VAN GBUNS. S. H. & 00. 268 Market st. :

Stitter 1421.

Kearny

INDIVIDUAL UNDERWRITING CORPORATION, automobile insurance,

Gaifieli 156.

UNITED SUPPLY

WIGHTMAN

INSURANCE, AUTOMOBILE

(Cont'd)

Mills

&

ORANB,

461

Market

St.

1

Drumm

St.

all

776

lines,

Mills Bldg. Sutter 1460. CO., THOS. R.. INC., C. E. Rogers, Douglas 1416. Mgr., 433 California St. NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE CO., Harvey A. Allen, 334 Pine st. Sutter 858.

LAMB

208.

WILLITS & PATTERSON. Kearnv

284.

INSURANCE, AUTOMOBILE, CASU-

ALTY AND LIABILITY & CO., 22 Battery St. Douglas 3567. ARTHUR G., CO., 416 Montgomery NASON, YOUROVBTA HOME AND FOREIGN TRADE Sutter 228. St.

WRIGHT. JOHN CO.,

T.

First National Bank bldg. International Merchants.

Inc.,

ter 5068.

Sut-

INSURANCE BROKERS

INDUSTRIAL—TRUCKS & CRANES HYAMS. GUNN, OARLH &

&

Huddart

CO., successors to Woods, Sutter Gunn, 444 Market St-

SANFORD,

RICHARDS, JOHN 5907.

272*.

EDWARD

SCHMITT,

INKS INKS, A. H. Oppenheimer, Pacific Coast distributer, Nevada Bank bldg., 14 Montgomery st. Douglas

3288.

CATHOLIC Hewes

McAllister St.,

Kearny

SOCIETIES.

995

Bldg., rooms 812-814.

926.

BOYS AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY, George Turner, supt., Joseph supt., 460 Baker St.

C. asst.

A.

West

Blackford, 1244. Non-sec-

TALLANT & TALLANT, 704 Market St., MuSutter 248. tual Savings Bank Bldg. THORNTON, A. C, 519 California St. Sutter 326. TURNER, CHARLES H., 333 Pine St. Gar-

INSURANCE COMPENSATION AETNA LIFE INSURANCE

2607 California St. West 852. Assistance and employment for girls. Mrs. Annetta Blackburne. secretary.

CHINESE HOME OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL WOMAN'S HOME MISSIONMary K.

4288.

and ::

940 Washington St. Kearny Bottorff, supt.

For women

girls.

LEN STARK FORD HOME, Fillmore 543.

women and

2025 Pine st For Japanese and Korean

children.

HEBREW HOME FOR THE AGED AND ABLED,

2504 Howard St.

HOME FOR INCURABLES.

DISMission 1037. Miss I. C. Taut-

phaus, supt., Dr. Rene Bine, visiting physician, N. H. corner Geary and Wood Sts. West 2789. Rates, $45. $50, $60 per month, laundry and drugs extra. OLD PEOPLE'S HOME, M. E. Rumwell, M. D., house physician, Frank W. Dean, supt., 2507 Piae St West 503.

CO. (Accident Department, J. R. Molony, Garfield 2626. Pine St.

Liability

and

333

Mgr.),

INSURANCE—FIRE

tarian.

CALIFORNIA HOME FOR GIRLS,

ARY SOCIETY,

714 Merchants' Ex-

field 2626,

INSTITUTIONS AFFILIATED

A.,

Kearny 5948.

change Bldg.

NEWMAN'S PROTECTIVE

Insurance Exchange Sutter 4987. Douglas D., 354 Pine St.

Bldg., 433 California St.

BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS OF THE

PACIFIC, E. S. Mohrhardt, Sec'y, MerSutter 5957. chants' Exchange Bldg. CAPITAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF CALI-

FORNIA

some

St.

M. Schmidt, Mgr.), 118 San-

(H.

Sutt'jr

4378.

CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. (J. B. SMITH), 369 Pine St. Kearny 1164. CONTINENTAL INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, FIDELITY-PHOENIX FIRE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, AMERICAN EAGLE FIRE INS. CO OF NEW YORK, Insurance Exchange Bldg,, 433 California Sec., A. A. Maloney.

st.

and Lake

St.

Ave.

Fourteenth

Pacific 1634.

1900.

FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA (F. M. AVERY, Mgr.), 242 Sansome St. Kearny 4192.

LIBERTY UNDERWRITERS OF CALIFORNIA

Mgr.), 6 Insurance ExSutter 2391. MILLER, HENLEY & SCOTT, Gen. Agents for Western Assurance Co., British-Americaa Firemen's Underwriters, 340 California St. Sutter 261. (C.

Stovel,

J.

change Bldg.

ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUM, Bay View and Newhall Sts. Mission 6941. SAN FRANCISCO NURSERY FOR HOME- NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE LESS CHILDREN, THE,

Kearny

CO.

(Edwia

Sutter 858. Mgr.), 334 Pine St. STATE ASSURANCE CO., Ltd. (H. W. Fores, Kearny General Agent), 201 Sansome St. Parrish,

4899. INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS VULCAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF OAKTHE HOLY FAMILY CHILLAND. CAL., 2-19 Pine St. Sutter 3088. DREN'S DAY HOME, 1441 Powell St. F. H. W. 0., general agent. WAYMAN, SISTERS OF THE PRESENTATION CONStone, assistant gen. agent.; M. H. Thom-

SISTERS OF

VENT,

281 Masonic Ave.

West

Residence,

W4.

INSTRUMENTS, INDUSTRIAL FOXBOUO COMPANY.

INC.,

461

Market

son, assistant gen. agent, 374 Pine st. DougRepresenting National Fire Ins. lass 3665. Co. of Hartford; Colonial Fire Underwriter Agency; Mechanics and Traders' Ins. Co. of

New

St.

Sutter 241.

Dick, 1164.

INSULATION MATERIAL

Orleans.

WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE NEW YORK (B J. Smith, Mgr.; Asst.

Mgr.),

369

Pine

St.

CO. Fred

OF S.

Kearny

OEILITn PRODUCTS CO., A. Gossman, Mgr., 681 Market St. Sutter 4293.

INSURANCE—FIRE A,ND AUTOMOBILE

INSURANCE, ACCIDENTAL AND

CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO., 550 Sacramento St. DoJglas 1961. FRITSCHI, JOHN B., 241 Sansome St. Strt-

LIABILITY AMERICAN BONDING AND CASUALTY C.

O.

3173.

Hawiey. 433 Callifornia

St.

CO., Sutter

ter

3456.

GOODWIN,

BENJAMIN,

Sutter 3436,

241

Sansome

St.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY HOME INSURANCE CO. OP NEW YOU K INSURANCE— HE AJLTH AND Becker, Gen. Agents), 451 Califor(Rolf &

Kearny

nia St.

ACCIDENT

853.

GREAT EASTERN CASUALTY halway,

UNDERWRITING CORPORA-

INDIVIDUAL

State

Mills Bldg., 216 Montgomery St. 1460. Sutter R., 241 Sansome St. J.

TION, 776 Sutter

MacKAY,

Douglas 1251.

BOSTON WASHINGTON. AND NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRE INSURANCE

EN SURANCE

St.

AETNA LIFE

370.

SUN INSURANCE OFFICE,

Carl A. Hendry,

gen. mgr., 401-405 Sansome

St.

cor.

—LIFE

INSURANCE

Strawn

Special Agent. 881 Sutter 331.

Douglas 703.

st.

W. H.

CO.,

Sansome

340

Stevens, Mgr., Maryland Bldg., Pi ie and Lejd esdorff S;s. Rutt
3456.

CO. (A. T. Bailey, Mgr.), 230 Sansome

Manager,

MARYLAND ASSURANCE CORPORATION, T. W.

PROVIDENCE, Kearny

59

CO.,

J.

W.

Monad nork BWg.

BANKERS' LIFE

INSURANCE—FIRE AND MARINE

IOWA,

806

CO. OF DBS MOINES, A. F. Smith, Agency Mgr., 8*4 and Bldg. Sutter 1329. HAROLD, 210 Crocker BWg. Kearny Agent Equitable Life Assurance So-

Pacific

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. OF HART- CASEY, FORD CONN. (J. R. Molony, Mgr.), 333 4048. Garfield 2626. Pine St. ciety. BAGGS, MONTGOMERY. 311 California St. CONNECTICUT MUTUAL IJFE INS CO. Ray Kearny 2343. W Crawford, Gen. Agent, 357-8-9 'Mills DETROIT FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE Bldg. Sutter 6510. CO. (Edwin Parrish, Mgr.), 334 Pine St. GRAY, JOSEPH H„ Mills Bldg., Boom W80. Sutter 858. DUTTON, W.

J.,

Garfield

The Insurance Exchange, 409

2646.

MANHATTAN

LIFE CO. OF NEW YORK, George INSURANCE B. Sbelton, Mgr., 704 HAMMOND, A. P., 506 Merchants' Exchange Market St. Sutter 248. Sntter 4160. Bldg. STATE LIFE INSURANCE CO., TYSON, GEORGT tL. 210 Sansome St. Kearny MISSOURI Von Damm & Drake. Gen. Agents, 504-05 4290. Hobart Bldg. Garfield 2623. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF INSURANCE FIRE, MARINE AND MONTPELIER, VERMONT, F. A. 8tolp, AUTOMOBILE Gen. Mgr., 301 Flatiron Bldg. Garfield 2387. NATIONAL LIFE INS. CO. OF THE V. S. INSURANCE FUND 401 FIREMAN'S CO., California

Garfield

St.

3975.



OF

Garfield 1975.

California St.

953

INSURANCE —GENERAL, Ma

CO., J. R. Garfield 2626. lony, 333 Pine St. BOYLE, L. E. 519 California St. Garfield Automobile and Fire Insurance 1584. BROWN. EDWARD, & SONS, 202 and 204 Sansome St. Sutter 7120. A., CO.. 251 Kearny St. BUTLER. ,

WALTER

UNION

COMMERCIAL

ASSURANCE

LTD.. OF LONDON, Douglas 1961.

CO.,

Sacramento

558

DE SZYMANSKI ETIENNE,

318

St.

American

Bank

National

bldg. Sutter 4631. R. T., 333 Pine st.

GOT PSMITH,

Garfield

2826. st.

gen.

mgr.

CO., 241 SanMr. Benj. Goodwin,

Sutter 3456.

HAMMOND. A. P., 506 Merchants' Exchange. Sntter 4161. INSURANCE FEDERATION OF CALIFORNIA, James T. Ryan, Secy., 804 Insurance Exchange Bldg. Sutter 6947.

KENNA. JAMES R., 519 A itomobile field loS4.

MARSH & McLENNAN 201

Pres.),

California St.

Bank Bldg.

KflAGAR A-DETROIT win

C.

Parrish,

Kinney,

Vice-

Kearny 4746. American NaKearny 5913.

McILROY, JOSEPH, Rocm tional

Gar-

and Fire Insurance.

(C. Sansoiie St.

918,

UNDERWRITERS

Mgr.),

334

CO.,

Louis

Bldg.

Sntter

5246.

NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF MILWAUKEE WIS., 704 Market

Kearny 4485.

St.

& Thomas, PE.NN

General

PHILADELPHIA,

Thomas

Smith,

Agents.

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Durvea

Agents. 901 Phelan Bldg.

&

CO.

Finley,

Donglas

PROVIDENTIAL LIFE & TRUST

OF Gen.

91.

CO., Alfred Matthews, Gen. As-ent, 1409 Claus Spreckels Bldg. Kearny 1838 PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO., GF AMERICA. THE, 0. 0. Orr, Mgr. for Northern California, 614-621 Hearst Bldg. Douglas 307.

GOODWIN. KLINGER, McKAY some

LIFE INSURANCE

H. Pimentel, Special Rep., 803 Nevada Bank

Douglas 582.

308.

Pacific Coast Mgr., 943Sutter 2147. Accident

and Health Insurance.

NEW YORK

AETNA CASUALTY SURETY

Room

A.. L, B. Hoge, Pacific Bldg.

Pine

St.

(EdSutter

!

UDENTIAL INSURANCE

OF AMER-

CO.

ICA. Geo

D. Reid. Supt., 404-411 Mechanics' Bldg., Market and Mason Sts. SutteT 3120. UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., R. L. Stephenson, Mgr., 1 Montgomery St.

Kearny

UNION

26.

MUTUAL

LIFE

Geo. Elliot Hunt, Mgr., Bldg. Kearny 2382.

INSURANCB

CO., Floor Shreve

10th

WEST COAST SAN FRANCISCO LIFE SURANCE

CO., 376 Pine St.

IN-

Kearny 4363.

INSURANCE— MARINE

CANTON INSURANCE OFFICE, Barry.

Mgr.,

320

California

LTD., B. L. Douglas

St.

2400.

HARRISON, M.

& CO., 28 Maryland Bldg. LIVINGSTON. JOHN & CO., 244 California Kearny 2108. St. 614. ROSENTHAL. LOUIS!, 302 California St. PREFERRED ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OP Kearny 1076. NEW YORK. THE (George C. Farrell, Pa- ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCB cific Coast Mgr.). Mills Bldg. FIRH AND MACO., MASSACHUSETTS Garfield 2636. Accident and Health, Automobile and BurgRINE INSURANCE CO.. M. C. Harrison Co., 858.

NICHOLS & FAY. 601 Bldg. Sutter 5774. PETERSON. FERD C,

Merchants' Exchange General Writers. 60 Pine St. Sutter

Kearny

C.

394.

st.

Gen. Agents, Marine Dept., Maryland BWg., Kearny 394-393. 28 Leidesdorff St.

SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. OF EDINBURGH (H. W. Fores.

CASUALTY GLOBE INDEMNITY COMPANY,

la rv.

RITTIGSTEIN. FRANK, Kearnv

45

Montgomery

343.

Gen Agent), 201 Sansome St. Kearny 4609. 814 Nevada Bank Bldg.

TURNRORS. ALF., Rntler 524o.

WESTERN ASSURANCE

CO. (Miller, Henlv & Scott. Gen. Agents), 340 California St. Sut-

ter 261.

INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS 120 Leideedorff

st.

Sutter 22S0.

INVALID CHAIR MANUEAOTTTMDRS

AND RENTERS

EAMES

Sutter CO., 55 First St. Hospital Chairs and Trucks.

493(5.

Also

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY IRON AND METALS ^VESTMENTS

(30

BOND & GOODWIN. field

HARDIN, Bldg.

Gar-

485 California St.

2211.

M., 1109 Sutter 1988. 11.

KNIGHT, CHARLES

National

First

Bank

WEBER'S INVESTMENT

CO., 682 Sutter 1227.

598

to

477 California

CO.,

st.

J.,

IKON AND STEEL CO., owners of Pacific Tool tnd Supply Co., 1045 17th St. Market 15X4.

Kearny

301.

660 Market

HARRY

st.

Sut-

ter 6932.

W., 1003 Monadnock Bldg. Rock Screens and Perforated Kinds, Railroad Frogs and

Douglas 2861. Metal of All Switches.

HAW LEY,

INVESTMENTS AND LANDS SULLIVAN, EUGENE

machinery

BERGER & CARTER GALLET,

INVESTMENT BANKERS STAATS

CO., 1639 Mission.

Market 1941. Also second-hand and pipe. Scrap iron.

918 Chronicle Bldg

E.,

Sutter 4899.

Monaduock Bldg.

CITY IRON AND METAL

CO., 149 California L. Iron, steel, tinplate and

E.

Sutter 6967. products.

SUGERMAN IRON AND METAL 617

Brannan

Sutter

St.

7298.

St.

wire

CO., 601 to

Wholesale

and Retail.

WOODS, HUDDART & GUNN,

IRON SCRAP KEY. JOHN Call

72 N. Montgomery St., 407 Used machinery. Sutter 4116.

Bldg.

IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS BLAIR &

WORKS

IRON

1415-

1437 Harrison St. Market 730. Boiler breechsmoke stacks and conveyor ing, tanks, packing equipment for special frames, houses, canneries, sugar refineries and flour mills.

RALSTON IRON WORKS, INC., Twentieth Mission 5230. and Indiana Sts. VULCAN IRON WORKS, 1S49 Kearny St.

Bldg.

Douglas 280. 313 Monadnock

1040

Howard.

Murket 5615.

Also plumbing supplies.

IRON AND STEEL SUPPLIES CARBON SUPPLY Saner

CO.,

Exchange

Merchants'

R. A. Ascher, 821 Bldg. Kearny 2283.

6566.

MICHEL & PFEFFER JRON WORKS.

— ORNAMENTAL

1437 Harrison.

MICHELS & PEEFFER IRON WORKS, 1437 Harrison. sidewalk doors,

1415Fire escapes, gratings and cast iron and

Market

730.

elevator

BRONZE—ORNAMENTAL 943

Columbus.

Market

inclosures,

fr<-uts. raillngg, grill*,

730.

folding gates, store feuces and wire work.

ORNAMENTAL

ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORKS, 552 Noe.

INDUSTRIAL

Valencia 3521.

7909.

Telephone your

1415 Elevator cars,

IRON AND WIRE WORKS

iron, stairs.

ALLENSLEBLN, HERMAN, Franklin

& LAMONT,

IRON AND WIRE WORKS

IRON AVORKS

II

742 Market St.

Douglas 429.

XlMuN BROS.,

Kearny 3S80.

IRON AND

CO.,

SCOTT, SUGDKN

MICHAEL & PFEFFER IRON WORKS,

wrought

444 Market St.

Suttf.r 2*20.

L.,

"WANT" ADS to the

Chronicle SUTTER

7000

TRON

AND

Mission

6237.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

61

J JEWELERS —MANUFACTURERS

JANITOR SUPPLIES

BUILDING SUPPLIES CO., 623 Sacramento SHAFKIN, S. N. 212 Stockton st.; Garfield 1557. st. K' amy 5787. Brushes and Brooms. FREEMAN'S SUPPLY CO., 233 Post St. Doug- SIGMUND, MARG, 1655-1657 Fillmore St. West 7419. las 760. Liquid Soap and Disinfectant. TUCKEY, H. W., 140 Geary St. Kearny 5749.

JEWELERS —WHOLES A LE

JAPANESE GOODS KIMONO HOUSE

414

Kearny

Grant Ave.

A.

EISENBERG & las 725.

5430.

CO., 85 Post St. DougDiamonds, Watches and Jewelry.

JEWELERS' BOX MFGRS.

JEWELERS

MUHS MFG.

CO., 25 Stockton St.

CASTAGNETTO & MATTEUCCI, 229 ColumDouglas 3986. bus Ave. JEWELERS DE DONATO, T., 262-264 Columbus Ave. Gar- SHREVE & CO., field 2614. KARL,

EBER,

464

Phelan

Bldg. 1440. Also Diamond Broker. HASINGER & CO., 3246 Mission

Garfield St.

Mis-

sion 54.

HIRSCHMAN &

CO.. 220 Grant Ave. DougAlso Manufacturing. M., 1P.08 Fillmore st. Fillmore 930.

las 97.

KAPLAN,

Also Watchmakers. LEE, ALFRED, 2274 Union St. West 7934. Also Watchmakers. SILVERIA. ANNA L., 76 Jackson St. Kearny Also Watchmakers. 1571. STEFFEN, M.. 2146 Mission St. Market 3879. Also Swiss watchmaking. STEWART. EL, 4041 24th St. Mission 6110. Also watchmaker. WALTON & CO.. 145 Grant Ave. Douglas 5955,

Kearny

3841.

Branch

in

KODAKS KINMAN,

J.

F.,

2207

Fillmore

St.

West

Kearny

JUNK DEALERS Park 7368. S. W., 1230 Howard St. Dealers in Scrap Iron, Metal and Fire Brick. [RON AND METAL CO., P. Cooper, Mgr., 1128 Folsom St. Market 2566. All kinds of Machinery and Rails bought and sold. LERER, JOS.. & SONS. 1502 Harrison St. Market 432. All kinds of Bags a specialty. CALIFORNIA JUNK SHOP, Edlin & Shais, 312

BANKS.

Seventh St.

Market 7014.

MISUMI, field

HARRY

FINISHING

T.,

973 Market St.

Gar-

1497.

KODAK PRINTING AND REPRODUCING

6347.

Ansco kodak supplies.

830 Market St.

2210.

PETZOLD,

R. O., 4094 18th St. Market 4690. kodaks, developing and printing,

Gar-

JEWELRY AND SEALSKINS FRIEDMAN, RALPH,

KODAK

the Yosemite.

SILVERSMITHS

Post St., Grant Ave. Factory, Garfield 2602.

field 2600.

KODAKS, PICTURES (Finishing and Framing) PILLSBURY'S PICTURES, INC., 219 Powell St.

AND

Sutter 637.

NAGAI, Kearny

935 U., 5529.

Market

St.

Room

400.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

62

—GOLD AND SILVER

LABELS BERKSON,

M.

CITY ROUGH

718 Mission st. Sutter 6518 Gold and Silver Labels for Ladies' and Men's Hats. J.,

DRY LAUNDRY,

Park 6432.

EAGLE LAUNDRY, 53 Colton GALLAND LAUNDRY. 301

1672 15th st»

Market 1511. Market st.

st.

8th

2514.

GOLDEN CITY FRENCH LAUNDRY. H. E. LABOR ORGANIZATIONS Moret. manager; 250 30th St. Mission 4351. INTERNATIONAL WORKERS' DEFENSE GOLDEN GATE LAUNDRY, 2142 Lombard st. West 420. LEAGUE, 307 Russ Bldg. Kearny 3558. HAYES PARK LAUNDRY, 21 Cayuga st. Randolph 1394. LABORATORIES HOOPER LAUNDRY, 2020 Howard st. Market BATON LABORATORIES, 340 Sansome St. 1194 Sutter 2299. Chemist, analytical. HOME LAUNDRY, 3338 17th st. Market 130. HOTEL OWNERS' LAUNDRY, 722 York st. LABORATORIES DENTAL Mission 5165. LAUNDRY, 2798 19th St. SERVICE DENTAL LABORATORY, D. Del- INDEPENDENT Mission 2578. mas, E. Rowsi, D. Pagano, 416-418 Head LA GRANDE LAUNDRY, 248 12th st. Market Bldg. Kearny 2182.



916.

LA.MAYSOU, R. C. 2671 Sutter

LABORATORY SUPPLIES BRAUN-KNECHT-HEIMANN

CO., 576-584 MisChemicals, laboratory

sion St. Kearny 3943. and assayers' supplies.

LACE AND LINEN BADEH,

E. L,

Kearny 5893.

HAAS WOOD AND IVORY WORKS,

66

Kearny 1477. General line St. work and specialties In ladders.

RAE & ADAMS,

1447 Ellis St.

COHN'S, 1715 Fillmore

St. St.

West

4618.

882 Market St.

Douglas 546.

LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR SCHWARTZ & GOODMAN, 879 Market st. Douglas 4709.

LA HA YE MFG.

CO.,

Market

1097.

L.

Skerl,

Prop.,

141 Powell St.

298

Douglas

2779.

LARD AND FLOUR COMPOUNDWHOLESALE MILLER, W.

0., 761 Sansome. Sutter 4754. agents for Miller & Lux, Inc., and Independent Cracker and Biscuit Co.

Sales

LAUNDRIES BA Yt ACQ. FRANK,

st.

Market

Erie St. Park 1549. 1863 O'Farrell st. West (Mrs.

M. Bal-

let, Prop.), 201 Diamond st. Mission 1018. CA^PTTAL LAUNDRY. 1562 Geary st. We8t

CAREY.

T.

Park 881.

J..

J. B.. 1714 Broderick st. West 7614. All kinds of high-grade work solicited. MORET. H. E.. 250 30th st. Mission 4351.

NATIONAL LAUNDRY, ket 61.

SRR 8th

LAUNDRY,

Rt.

1047

3840 18th st

Mar-

435 Sanchea 385

Eighth

st. St.

1977 Pine

Z..

West

st.

1983.

PARTICULAR LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. ?15 Knlton st. Market 459. SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY, 1408 Turk st. West 793 SANG FAT' WING LAUNDRY. 2336 Webster. West 1595. First-el.iss laundry. SANITARY LAUNDRY, 15 McOoppin st. Market 84. STARLIGHT LAUNDRY (T. Zozawa, Mgr.), 750 Stanyan

st.

Park 907. 56 Julian

TROILLET. MME. J.. West 1177. French

2131-33 laundrv.

Market 1721.

st.

Fine

specialty.

St.

Park

Fillmore

st.

family laundry a

FRENCH LAUNDRY (Paul 3566 20th st. Mission WAH YING LUNG CO.. Wah Yin* Lung, 8694. manager; 1626 Parkin st. Franklin 1691. WARDROBE LAUNDRY, 344 Clementina st. Kearny 4473. WHITE HOUSE FRENCH LAUNDRY J P Prop.),

CASSOU,

manager;

2519

Clay

LAW

NEW AND

BOOKS,

CALIFORNIA

West

SECOND-

LAW BOOK EXCHANGE,

McAllister St.

Market 1956.

130

LEAD PRODUCTS NATIONAL LEAD California St.

CO. OF CALIFORNIA, 485 Douglas 476.

LEATHER EXPORTERS

Market 052 McAllister

st.

S073.

HAND

150 Erie

DAMES' FRENCH LAUNDRY

John

Market 2170.

Marty,

BROS., 936 Phelan Bldg. Sutter

CERCIAT

LAUNDRY, Mme.

UP-TO-DATE

LAPIDARIES

AMERICAN LAUNDRY, ATLAS LAUNDRY, 138

Bldg., Sutter 5777.

sts.

TROY WET WASH LAUNDRY, 1925 Bryaut st. Market 2102. UNITED STATES LAUNDRY. 1148 Harrison

4442.

MOSER

(Thomas

Call

5998.

LANDSCAPE ENGINEER McLAREN, DONALD,

511

and Jessie

STERLING LAUNDRY,

LAMP MANUFACTURERS st.

New Montgomery LECAY FRENCH

NOUQUE.

6240.

Douglas 2325. SHOP, 961 Market.

11th

Room

Secty.),

Market 952.

BROS., 130 Sutter

MODEL GARMENT Kearny 5180. SWEET SIXTEEN CO., THE,

Alford,

NEW METHOD LAUNDRY, GAR- NEW PROCESS LAUNDRY,

READY-TO-WEAR MENTS

LADIES' JUDA

West

T.

MON. MME.

Clementina

wood

LAUNDRY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION

st.

LADDER MANUFACTURERS of

West

Lecay, manager; 1066 Oak st. Park 7316. All kinds of fancv work done and solicited. METROPOLITAN LAUNDRY, 1148 Harrison

(Exclusively)

308 Post St.

st.

763.

St.

FRIEDMAN, St.

N. W., and A. Douglas 116.

L.,

717 Market

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY LOCKERS — STEEL

LEATHER GOODS GRIMM, 16th.

88

L. R. & CO., 1089 Mission St., near Park 4679.

MEDART, FRED, MFG.

CO.,

H.

S.

Mtdart,

Western Sales Agent, 404 Rialto Bldg.

gut-

ter 4387.

LEATHER AND FINDINGS PATANE, ROSARIO,

Mar-

449 Valencia St.

ket 7512.

PALACE MODEL AND MACHINB

LEATHER GOODS, MANUFACTURERS FRIEDBERG-GRUNAUER

Market

CO., 103-105 Front

Trunks and

Douglas 3151.

St.

LOCKSMITHING AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

EQUIPMENT

BAKER-VATER &

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.

Mechanics' MerMechanics' Institute Bldg., Sutter 829. John H. Woods, 57 Post St. secretary, F. B. Braves, librarian.

SAN FRANCISCO LAW LIBRARY,

J. H. Park 8500.

Geering, librarian. City Hall.

LUMBER ADAMS LUMBER

CO., 1002 First National Sutter 1798. GEO., 2844 Army St. Mission 118.

Rank Bldg.

RYAN,

Also Planing Mill.

SUTRO BRANCH CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY, Milton J. Ferguson, State Librarian, SE. Sacramento and Webster

sts.

West

CO., 134 Fremont St. hot-

5133.

ter

cantile Library,

LUMBER—REDWOOD

3046.

REDWOOD SALES CO., 216 Pine st. 5127. LIGHTING FIXTURES AND ELEC- NORTHWESTERN REDWOOD CO., 65 TRIC LAMPS st. Kearny 1100. MEYBERG, LEO.

J„ CO., 47 Geary

Doug-

St.

LIME CO.,

Mt. Diablo Cement, Cowell Santa Cruz Lime, Liberty Wall Board Co., 2 Market St.

Kearny 2095.

LINEN IMPORTERS MAGASIN DE BLANC, The Kearny

Sntter St.

Linen Shop, 300

5912.

LINOTYPING HUBERT, M.

507

A.,

Mission

St.

Kearny

2502.

CHARLES

FALK, Kearny

H.,

Harrison

741

St.

OLSEN,

CO., 525 Fol-

Douglas 3056.

St.

O.

E..

LITHOGRAPH

Kearny

son St.

HART-WOOD LUMBER CO., Sutter 1642. LOOP LUMBER CO., William foot of Sixteenth St.

POPE & TALBOT,

M.,

170

Market

Thirteenth

Chatham, Market 1811.

office, yard and Kearny 2434. St.

pres.,

planing

CO.. Seventeenth and Deharo

1485.

LUMBER CO., Horace H. Scales, Mgr., 8th and Harrison Sts. Park 1484. TIERNAN LUMBER CO., Powell and Beach Sts. Sutter 2879. VAN A RSD ALE-HARRIS LUMBER CO., Fifth and Brannan Sts. Coast soft woods.

Kearny

2076.

Pacific

LUMBER AND SHIPPING St.

Market

BEADLE BROS., INC., 161. PARAMINO LUMBER Kearny 2292.

A., 1216 Shotwell St.

Berry St.

CO., 330 Jack-

3350.

MARTIN,

Third

301

feUGAK PINE

1282.

LIVERY STABLES GILMORE,

First Na-

LUMBER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Sts.

LITHOGRAPHERS GALLOWAY LITHOGRAPHING som

Sutter 5089.

St.

PACIFIC MILL AND TIMBER CO., tional Bank Bldg. Sutter 1542.

REED LUMBER

3780.

Market

CHRISTENSON LUMBER CO., S. W. Towle, Mgr., 1950 Third St. Market 686. MacDONALD & HARRINGTON, 24 California

mills, 859-69

LINOTYPE COMPOSITION

Sntter

LUMBER, WHOLESALE

las 5338.

OOWELL, HENRIY, LIME & CEMENT

086

LOOSE-LEAF AND STEEL FILING

suit cases.

LIBRARIES

CO..

Sutter 2595.

St.

Mission 1277.

LOANS MUSIN,

Kearny 3311. JewE. H., 59 3d St. elry and Clothing bought and sold. TERMINAL LOAN CO., 167 Market St. Kearny 779.

LOANS —INDUSTRIAL

WOOD,

E.

K.,

112 Marset St. Kearny CO.,

LUMBER

CO.,

Drumm

1

1

Drumm

St.

St.

Kearny 3710.

LUMBER AND

SHIPPING,

WHOLE-

SALE CHAMBERLIN. St.,

W., R.. & CO., 893 Market Balboa Bldg. Sutter 220.

LUNCH ROOMS

MORRIS PLAN CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO, ESSEX LUNCH AND COFFEE PARLOR. The, 80 New Montgomery st. Sutter 1916. Larkin St. Franklin 8525.

808

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

64

M MACHINERY— SCREENING AND GRADING MACHINERY

MACARONI MANUFACTURERS ROMA MACARONI FACTORY St.

199 Francisco

Douglas 1447.

POMPEII MACARONI FACTORY,

&

Sou, Props., 2989 Folsom St.

G. D. Mauro Mission 5744.

MACAROONS NOLTE'S MACAROON FACTORY,

MACHINE SHOPS Kearny 3659. Market

223.

MACHINE WORKS W.

WORKS,

AND

MACHINE

H.,

Sutter 5720.

CO., 803

Van Ness Ave.

Franklin 5152.

WEIDENTHAL-G O S L I N E R ELECTRICAL WORKS, 623 Mission St. Douglas 1690. Woodworking Machines. Motors and Hoists for rent.

MEESE, GOTTFRIED & Kearny

MACHINERY—USED UNITED WRECKING Owner, 705 Brannan

chants' National

Bank

2975.

MACHINERY EQUIPMENT Bank Bldg.

& CO., 550 Folsom St. Sutter Diemakers, Tools and Metal Stamp-

MACHINIST TOOLS, SUPPLIES BERGER & CARTER CO., owners of Pacific Tool and Supply Co., 400 Mission St. Douglas Canning and Food Preserving Machin-

1776. ery.

Sutter 1180.

MACHINERY—MANUFACTURERS OLIVER CONTINUOUS FILTER ket St.

CO., 503 Mar-

Sutter 2475.

MACHINERY—MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING NATIONAL MACHINE WORKS. Prop., 819 Bryant St.

Rapp,

C.

Park 1021.

Station-

ary and Marine Engines repaired.

MACHINERY— SAND, GRAVEL AND MINING

FULTON ENGINE WORKS, Rep., 510 Call Bldg.

A. J. Sutter 1868.

McCone,

WOODWORKING

Kearny 2626.

CO.,

THE

35-41

Main

St.

MACHINERY SECOND-HAND 1098 Harrison St. BOSBBRG, Iron and Metal.

S

,

:

Market

New Montgomery

Van Ness Ave.

CORP., 132S

Prospect 735.

SPLITDORF ELECTRICAL mgr.; 1022 Geary

st.

CO., H. R. Curtis, Prospect 511.

MANUFACTURERS* AGENTS ARMSTRONG, GEORGE. foreign representative; Sutter 4436. Hammond

Coast and Hobart bldg. Iron Works, steel

Pacific

319

storage tanks and oil refinery equipment, Warren. Pa.; Struthers-Wells' Co., sugar machinery and special steel plate equipment. Warren, Pa.; Alleghany Steel Tank Car Co.. Warren, Pa.; Moore & White Co., paper

machinery, Philadelphia, Pa.: Butler Mfg. Co., welded steel tanks. Kansas City, Mo. GAUSE, C. W. CO.. 693 Mission st. Douglas 1987. Hardware and kindred products. GETLESON. H. B. & CO., 320 Market St. mills

Garfield 2487.

HORN. WM. P. CO.. 237 Rialto bldg. Kearny 2516. HUBBARD, E. A. CO., 903 Larkin st. Franklin

2906.

HUGHSON MERTON, INC., J. J. Brown Mgr., 77 O'Farrell st. Sutter 5333. HUNTER JOHNSON CO.. representing Acme

MACHINERY — SAWMILL AND EZY MACHINERY

74

AMERICAN BOSCH MAGNETO

MACHINERY—HYDRAULIC St.

CO..

Sutter 5020.

st.

MAGNETOS AND SPARK PLUGS

1219 Merchants' NaSutter 978.

CALIFORNIA HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY CO., F. M. Neely, Pres.. 70 Fremont

Hillman,

6508.

MAGNETOS

B. & CO., 1306 MerBldg. Sutter 6893.

HACKLEY & SQUIRE, tional

Market

C. F.

MACHINERY CONTRACTORS LIVERMORE, NORMAN

R.

R.

CO., St.

MACHINISTS GIBNEY,

ADAMS-BALCOM

Kearny

CO., 338-348 Brannan.

CO., 658-660 Mission

5070.

MAGNESIA MANUFACTURERS

MACHINERY—CONCRETE LANSING

MACHINERY—TRANSMISSION, ELEVATING, CONVEYANCE

6986. ings.

MACHINERY GILL PISTON RING

1267.

TOOL

Pagendarm. Mgr., 416 Harrison St. Kearny 1889. EVANS, C. H. & CO., 191 Fremont St. Kearny 1328. Jobbing and repairing. Marine Engines and repairs. VICTORY MACHINE WORKS, 3926 Geary St. Pacific 5275.

MACHINERY SUPPLIES

St.

F.

J.

CO., millwrights and machin35 Minna St. Sutter 2117. Bean Cleaning Machinery. Rice Mill Builders. Coffee Machinery. Millwrights and Machinists.

HORSFORD BROTHERS CO., 235 Mission St. Kearny 1298. Power Transmission Belts, etc. ECCLES & SMITH CO., 71 First St. Kearny

COSMOPOLITAN MACHINE WORKS. A. Napolitano & Co.. 57 Tehama St. Douglas 5569. GALLI MACHINE WORKS, 429 Tehama st.

BINNS,

DIBERT

C.

ists,

57 Page St.

Market 3667.

liIND, J. A., 2124 Folsom St.

L.

6069.

Steel Goods las 530.

Co.,

311

California

st.

Douge

KNICKERBOCKER-KNICKERBOCKER, Postal Ladies

Telegraph bldg. and children's fine

Doujrlas

509 4070.

underwear and

drosses.

MAYDWKLX Kearny 1060.

CO., THE, 461 Iron and steel.

Market

St.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY McCRAY REFRIGERATOR

MATTRESS MANUFACTURERS

CO.. A. J. Moore,

Douglas manager; 1054 Monadnock Mug. Manufacturers of McCray refriger2097. ators.

PELTON & FELTON.

454 Montgomery st Sutter 5711. Steel products. SCHLOSS. 42 Beale st. Kearny 1063. Bole Pacific Coast Western Clock Co., Big Ben Clock. WISE, JULIUS, 704 Market St. Douglas 5629. Jewelry.

EDWARD

O'ROURKE.

J., 1393 Valencia st. Also pillows and upholstering. SIM,°N MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO., 2701 18th st. Mission 140.

Mission 1300.

MATTRESSES AND UPHOLSTERY A

TTRE1:}S AND ^F™^ WORKS. 2853 Mission

Kemaking

MANUFACTURERS— CEREALS PACIFIC CEREAL ASSOCIATION, 332

65

in

all

UPHOLSTERING

Valencia 1426. mattresses and upholstery branches. st.

of old

its

Pine.

MEAT MARKETS 141 St Kearny MANUFACTURERS, DISTRIBUTERS ARMKNECHT, ^pv^ ^«^ R0LS " F., 446 Clipper St. Sutter 61 Ul.

T

3(1

,

PETERSON

SOMERS

CO., 60 Pine Roller bearings, maemetos, Sutter 614. diators and metal house. F.

st.

ra-

WTNCHESTiKit, FRED

P., 682 Mission St. Rubberset Brushes, Leather

Kearny 3076. Goods.

S

n

Mif:sion 85

-

VERMONT

MATIBI.E CO., F. G. Hold en. Mgr., K>arny 3470. For Buildings 244 Bran'iau. and Monumental Work.

MARBLE AND GRANITE

Mis-

v ,??^ BAY VIEW MEAT Ave. Valencia 3711. B RT M QEO A - 1630 Polk St. Frank» £1 iin o032. CARLE MEAT MARKET, 1444-1450 Polk St. i.A

-

-

-

Prospect 345 and 346. Fillmore St.

MARBLE

3548,

Wholesale and RetalL MARKET, 2730 Railroad

CAZENAVE, N.. 1733 MARKET. ^ •J' I Mission

Mission

St.

Nold,

P.

West

8076.

Prop.,

3832

3299

DIAMOND MEAT AND FRUIT MARKET.

598 Castro St. Mission 4767. Meats, Fruits, Vegetables and Poultrv and Fish. HFiNRY HEMMER, 3334 Mission st. Mission

104. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. HERMAN'S, B., SONS, 1598 Bush St. Frmk Mission 2129. Hn 9300. HOME MEAT MARKET. Franchini & GalaMARINE GAS ENGINES

PACIFIC

A. H. McNutt, 1377 Valencia.

WORKS,

IRON

HICKS Kearny

Howard

967

st.

605 Cortland Ave. facturers of Italian

3297.

KASCH. HERBERT

MARINE INSTRUMENTS SPERRY GYROSCOPE

Davis

48-52

CO.,

st

Sutter 2187.

AMERICAN st.

BUREAU

OF

Sutter 2875.

1

servey

and classification of vessels.

CO.. 444 Pine

Doug-

st.

dealers

In

and calves'

heads.

HAYES VALLEY PUBLIC MARKET. manager;

615

Laguna

st.

H. Market T.

9141.

LIPERTV FR^E MARKET. ager, 517 Clement St., Free market. 8198.

Koss, mannr. Sixth Ave. Pacific

Imperial Market, 1859 Market. Market 6958. Fruits and groceries. MOVER'S MARKET. 828 Geary st. Prospect 328.

SAN BRUNO FRT'TT MARKET, 2434 San Bruno ave. Randolph 2188. VAV NESS MA RKT"T. Sendretti & Giono. 1SB5 Tacnm st. F'limore 4541. Sutter

St.

231N.

Electrict light cabin treatment for rheumatism, nervousness, stomach trouble. G.. 1705 Bivh St. ResiOffice: Prospect 2324.

4(523.

Ladies

Randolph

Grant

1142

CO.,

Ave,

5946.

LANG RIDGE, W. &

SON, 2354 Polk.

Franklin

MARKET, Frank Buehignanl, Prop., 522 Clement st. Pacific 7700. Dealers in fresh, salt and smoked meats. MITCHELL, CLIFFORD C, 2200 13th St Park 6078.

MULLER & VOCKE, Ooiee Meats. NATOMA MARKET, JAMES.

N FiT.SON. 23"0.

ORIGINAL

Park 6511.

237 8th St.

150 6th St. Park 2555. 24th St Mission

3040

PIONEER

MARKET,

Affoitcr

Kearny 3546. P. SIMI. 2128 Market st. Park 1395. PIONEER MARKET, L. F. Armknecht Owner. 3318 Mission St. Mission 5520. Wholesale and Retail. Bros.,

Prop.,

141

3d

St.

MEAT MARKET, G. Blanchi. St. Mission 5232. RELIANCE MEAT MARKET, A. J. Schlessel-

PGR TOLA Prop.,

3472 Mission

West 956. St. F. SONS. 2849 59 California 890. Fish, Poultry and Creamery.

West

St.

&

RORENTINI & SQUAGLIA, lencia

TELEPHONE MEAT Polk

8t

Va-

CO., Easton Bros., 984-985.

1334

275 Orr

3711. St.

Franklin

and Children's

Only.

MEAT MARKETS (KOSHER) MASSAGE PARLORS

ANGLO-DANTSH INSTITUTE. Kearnv

SHEVSON.

180 Sutter

42K7. Electric cabinet baths, sage and electric treatments.

MASSAGE PARLOR.

935 Market

st.

st.

mas

Kearnv

5031.

MATCH MANUFACTURERS METROPOLITAN MATCH st.-

Kearny

ROBERTS, W.

Du OHENE, MME.. 400 Kearny

Graduate Masseuse.

St

Valencia

mass. 1907 McAllister

MASSEURS

dent: Prospect

930-932

6053 Mission St.

KWONG LUNG &

T

M.

LONG. JOSEPH.

GUHTAFSON. SELMA

9170.

LICK

las 3738. Wholesale and retail tripe, ox tails, sweetbreads, liver

Ryan,

Mission

8117.

MARKETS BA YLE-T AOORTE &

3717.

'

1635.

SHIPPING. Building,

Mission

Mission 4776. ManuSausage. C, 1292 Valencia St.

KEOT GH & GIELOW,

KIEPEN BROS.,

MARINE SURVEYORS Dm mm

H79 Sutter St. Franklin 3125. AMERICAN, John Battaglia Prop.,

f r -« ?l ^ ProP 9^ ITALIAN-

Douglas 5072.

CO.. 503 Market Sulphur block matches.

ROBERT,

4963. Choice Kosher All Parts of the City.

286 Gth Meats.

Market

St.

Delivery

to

MERCANTILE AGENCIES COSMOPOLITAN Mp"pharit«'

MERCANTILE

Excbanere

Blrig.

CO.,

633

Kearny

140.

CREDIT MEN'S INTERCHANGE BUREAU, F. S. Jefferies, Mgr., 307-8-9 Sheldon Bldg. Sutter 4874, 4875.

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

66



merchandise: brokers

MINERALS COMMERCIAL

HUIE & BOLTON,

American National Bank Kearny 610. Copra and vegetable

Bldg.

Fli) WELL, 882.

w.

Douglas

1131.

Market

112

1.,

LAUTER MERCANTILE pipes.

CO., 265 Bush St. goods, notions and

Fancy

HARRY

N..

Douglas

St.

CO.,

Market

112

MERCHANDISE—GENERAL

CHARLES

W.,

F.

Brighton

239

Douglas 4898.

MERCHANDISE— GENERAL

WHOLESALE

BUTLER BROTHERS, lin

Sutter 4293. Dealer mercial minerals.

Frank-

718 Mission St.

2141.

MINING

SERVICE, THE,

505

Jones

1781.

Bldg.

Gen. Mgr., 1011 First National Bank Bldg. Suttrr 2454. CONFIDENCE GOLD MINES CORP., 604 Mission st. S. F. Office, Sutter 6569. GO UPON, LOUIS I)., 1101 First National Bank Bldg.

Sutter 2454.

LEONESA MINES, LTD., 591 Mills Bldg. Sutter 6<>0. OUOVILLE DREDGING, LTD., 591 Mills Bldg. Gold Dredging. Sutter 600. ROUND MOUNTAIN MINING CO., Louis D. VICENTE MINING CO OF SINALOA, MEXICO (A. G. Folger, Pres.), 812 Crocker Douglas 929. Bldg. VICTOR POWER AND MINING CO., 1025 Douglas 1866.

Hearst Bldg.

Sutter

MINING ENGINEERING

CO., 508 Alaska Commercial Bldg. Iron,

1446.

and chem-

steel

alloy,

ic&ls

STANDARD METAL PRODUCTS

546

CO., Sheet Steel

Sutter 5690. Bryant St. Plate Work.

and

METAL EXPERIMENTAL WORKS WIZARD MANUFACTURING

CO., 521

Howard

MONTGOMERY,

VAUN, 216-217 Buss R. Examination and deSutter 2926. velopment of gold properties only. Bldg.

MINING GEOLOGIST r> Tpt* Jtvlv^ Ci,

Tf\Tjxj LAirl -M

J

a A.

\*~>\

MINING

METALS AND CHEMICALS METALS AND CHEMICALS EXTRACTION

At ialt

o llkvL \f tl rtror ill

O+rO

p

TVmcrioa JLSvU|(ltt&

2760.

Douglas 3310.

st.

LTD., 591 Mills

Sutter 660.

CENTRAL EUREKA MINING CO., J. Stadpfeld, Sec, 519 Califor lia st. Douglas 1709. CKRRO GORDO MINES CO., Louis D. Gordon,

METALS NAYLOR &

Sutter

SAN Prospect

St.

1022 Crocker Bldg.

D.,

Gordon, Gen. Mgr., 101 1 First Nuti-mal Bank Sutter 2454.

MESSENGER

SPECIAL

G.

P.ldg.

MESSENGER SERVICE INDEPENDENT

932 Monadnock Bldg. and grinder of com-

BABILONIA GOLD MINES,

General Merchandise.

Ave. Randolph 2737. OMIiA CO., 108 boutu irara.

minerals.

S.,

414.

CO., 729 Sacramento St. China 590. Exporters and Importers, also Labor Contractors. HIRSCH'S ECONOMY DEPT. STORE. 2187 Mission St. Park 1364. Jobbers and Deal-

MILLER,

commercial

McLEAN, WALTER

ABBOTT,

FOOK, ON LUNG &

in

Prop.,

st.

Sutter 2659.

ers

MILLS, Walter S. McLean, 639-643 Brannan St. Sutter 4293.

Grinding

oils.

NELSON,

CROWN ORE

—GOLD

NORTH FORK MINING Sec), 57 Post

CO. (W. C. Wallace.

Sutter 7339.

St.

CORP., Granville Moore,

O. E. Gilman, 10121019 Hobart Bldg. Garfield 1519.

METAL STAMPING METAL STAMPING

B. C.

CO., 327 Langton

Park 1379.

St.

MINING INDUSTRIES MINERALS SEPARATION NORTH AMERICAN CORPORATION, 220 Battery St. Bat1255.

ter

MINES AND MINING

METALLIC STEAM PACKING DAVIS PACKING

CO. OF Sunset 676.

8d Ave.

CALIFORNIA,

1240

MIDDY BLOUSES —WHOLESALE AMERICAN MIDDY Franklin

7448.

CO., 1119 Geary Ladies' Furnishings.

lin

CO., 549

Bay

353

Mills

(James R. Kearny

Bids.

2119.

MINE MANAGERS J.,

614

Crocker Bldg.

Setter

MINING MACHINERY

Frank-

St.

UNION CONSTRUCTION Doug-

336 Sutter St.

CO., 604 Mission St. San Francisco, Sutter 2790; Oakland. Lakeside 6300. Ships. Ship Repairs, Gold Dredges. Mining Machinery.

2840.

PENN, MRS. 6"9

>

5191.

4577.

BRETVILLE, ROSE,

Inv

Sec

LOR1NG, W.

MILLINERS I)E

Npwlnnds

St.

MILK — WHOLESALE CALIFORNIA MILK

SIERRA NEVADA MINING CO

'..

H., 1703 Polk St. Designer and importer.

FRANKLIN

MILLINERY.

Fallon. Proprietress, pect 5109. McC> N, CARMEN, 305 8B22.

Helen 566 Geary Stockton

WONDER MILLINERY, Market

St.

Estab.

Margaret Pros-

St.

st.

Kearny

1868,

030

Douglas 4906.

MILLINERY —WHOLESALE CALIFORNIA HAT Floor.

CO., 973 Market St., 7th

Douglas 823.

MINE SUPPLIES

Franklin

MTNES SUPPLY Market

St.

CO. (Charles P. Boone), Sutter 6679.

BOJt

MISFIT PARLORS BIGLOWSKY MISFIT PARLORS (Mrs. Pelsinger Owner). 80 Sixth St. Market 4442. GOT DEN GATE MTSFTT FARLOR, 1288 Golden We«t 3652. Onte Ave. ORTO NAL MTPFIT PARLORS, A. Kaplan. M. Goldman, Prop.. 23 6th St. Market 8846. We Buy and Sell. T

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

MONUMENTS LAGOMARSINO, VICTOR,

MOVING AND TRANSFER St

Mission

2941

U.

Ave.

Market

CO..

leums

45

Zainbruuo),

(Charles P Mission St.

Twenty-ninth

Monuments and

CO.,

C27

5S6.

Potren*

3

Inc..

Market

Monuments and inauso

688.

8UNSET MONUMENTAL WORKS 4374.

MOVING AND TRANSFKU

S.

Laguna.

Valencia 082.

RAYMOND GRANITE

67

MULTIGRAPHERS KROEHNKK, KATHERINE & CLARA.

824 Public

Satua Marini Bldg. Garfield 253. stenographers and multigraphers.

Vaults.

MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS

MUSICAL, COMPOSERS

WESTERN MORTGAGE AND GUARANTY CAREY, JOSEPH Burgess. Sutter 4611. CO., 742 Market st. Franklin

R. N., Pres.

Golden Gate Ave. Composed, Arranged

378

B.,

Music

7984.

and Published.

MOTORCYCLES INDIAN MOTORCYCLE CO.

MUSIC AND MUSICAL,

Banna

(John H.

gaidner). 50 Van Ness Ave. Market 9260. PERKINS, DUDLEY B., 116 Van Ness Ave. Park J 195. Distributer for Harley Davidson

MERCHANDISE

YE TOWNE GOSSIP,

Virginia Judge, Sutler 8Mi9

i42 Powell Sc.

Motorcycles.

Prop.,

MUSIC— ORCHESTRAS

MOTOR TRUCKS

If

AUTOCAR SALES AND SERVICE

OF

CO.

HA US GRILL ORCHESTRA, Kearny

2465.

CALIFORNIA, 138 Fremont. BACON, EDWARD R. CO.,

Sutter 1730. 51 Minna St. Distributer for Sterling Motor

Sutter 1637. Trucks, Troy Trailers.

Residence:

666 Market St.

Pacific

7020.

MUSIC PUBLISHERS BDELL MUSIC

CO.,

Gate

Golden

378

ave.

Franklin 7984. Music Composed, Arranged GAUFOKD MOTOR TRUCK CO., 56 Twelfth and Published. Market 520. St. & WILSON, 233 Post St. Sutter HIRSCH MOTOR TRUCK CO., 728-730 Van DANIELS io. Ness ave. Kearny 997. Distributers Trux SHAPIRO BERNST3IN & CO., F. K. Snowden, ton truck, Brockway trucks. Traffic tracks. Mgr., 935 Market St. Douglas 3530. INDIANA MOTOR TRUCKS AND TRUNDAR J

r-:

TRACTORS,

1242-1246 Mission

Market

St.

MUSIC— SHEET

2743.

KELLY SPRINGFIELD MOTOR TRUCK OF CAL., 82-90 8th st. Market 6960. VICTORY AUTO SALES AND REPAIR to 147 Grove St. tributers Vim Trucks.

141

CO. CO..

Market 6711.

Dis-

-

ELECTRICAL

GOSLINER

WORKS, 623 Mission St. Douglas 1690. Wood-working Hoists and Motors for rent. Machinery.

MOTOR TRUCKING CONTRACTORS

111

Kearny

Kearny

St.

music and orchestrations. PETZOLD, R. O., 4094 18th St. Market 4690. All latest popular hits. Also classical scores, Sheet

4634.

Emerson

MOTORS WE 1DENTHAL

NOVA & PRIOR, records.

MUSIC TEACHERS, SCHOOLS AND

COLLEGES

ABRILLAGA MUSICAL COLLEGE,

2315 Jack-

4737. F. Michelena, Pres.; A Arligues, Vice-Pres. ; Mr. Arrillaga, Dir. BEST, MRS. STELLA, (Vocal), 26 O'FarrelL Kearny 2710.

West

son.

SAN FRANCISCO MOTOR DRAYAGE CO., BLICKFELDT, FREDERIK E., 900 Kohler & Park 2108. Eighth and Mission Sts. Chase Bldg. Kearny 5454. Specialist in votee SAN FRANCISCO MOTOR DRAYAGE CO., placing and developing. 3470 Sixteenth St. Market 5860. BRETHERICK. HENRY, 1916 Pine st. West SAN FRANCISCO MOTOR DRAYAGE CO., 1311. Teacher of piano and organ. Organist SAND BUNKERS, 1898 Fulton St. Pacific of First Unitarian Church of S. F. 3542.

BRIDGE, MRS.

COOPER, EARL 2121.

BURNESS, ROBERT

Park CO., 28 Oak St. Distributers of Firestone Truck Tires. P.,

MOTOR TRUCKS AND TRACTORS HILTON & BILLINGSLBY.

1234 Mission

St

Market 8804.

MOVING PICTURE FILM MFGRS. Gate Ave.

121

Golden

M.u-kot 248.

MOVING PICTURE FILM MAN UFACTURERS SUNRISE FILM

Teacher

3R87.

mony.

R. E. H.isbrook, Prospect 3515.

CO..

Goldeu Gate Ave.

100

Fillmore

st.

Teacher

7798. pianist.

CLEMENT, ADA, Fillmore

D., 569 Hill

organ,

of

MARY

CARRICK,

St.

UNIVERSAL FILM EXCHANGE.

A. F., 1920 Scott

Voice culture.

1561.

MOTOR-TRUCK TIRES

st

piano

Mission and har-

Fell st. West piano, also concert

C, 1358 of

3135 Sacramento Concert pianist and

(Piano), 898.

teacher.

COWELL. HENRIETTE,

Pa157 24th ave. Vocal instructor. DAVIS. ADELE, 415 Capri st. Mission 7008. Teacher of piano, harmony and theory. DAVIS. MME. ELLEN ROECKEL. (Vocal and Plono), 125 Cermel St. Park 7096. DAVIS, RUTH VIOLA. 515 Buena Vista ave. Teacher of piano and harmony, Park 341. also concert pianist. Pupil of Hugo Manscific 2957.

feldt.

DE VALLY, ANTOINE.

MOVING PICTURE SUPPLIES "WESTERN POSTER Ave.

CO.,

247

Golden

st.

Gate

Market 5786.

CO., 247 Golden Gate Market B7R6. Advertising matter for moving ploture houses.

Ave.

MOVING AND STORAGE

£71.

DREW, 3307.

WESTERN POSTER

OOTTRFJL BROS.. 575 4064. Day or night. WILSON BROS. CO.,

Sutter 7339.

Castro

St.

Market

Park

Market Market

Teacher of piano. GEORGE N., 2458 Folsom

Misst. Baritone voi^e culture. HODGEHEAD, LILLIAN (Piano and Harmony). Fillmore 28. 3435 Sacramento St. sion

3023.

KUESTER,

Valencia St.

KRULL,

ELEANOR,

Studio. 973 Voice culture. 4076 17th st.

EUGENE,

MR.

AND

MRS.

Ralston 1573 Residence Studio, Bnrlingame 558J. MonAve., Burlingame. days and Thursdays, 601 Kohler & Chase (voice),

Building.

68

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MUSIC TEACHERS, SCHOOLS AND

COLLEGES

ADOLPHE.

LOOHKR.

If MB. AIKH.PHE, (Pla-io

Ave.

—Cont'd

MISS

for

DOROTHEA.

Preparing Mansfelt, Pianist,

children.

01

MARIE PARTRIDGE, Soprano

87.

recital!*,

LLAHAN. ItfRS. EDWARD, (Vocol and Piano), 1922 Picice St. West S333. Transposing nml copying choral of Young Ladles 16 Club Tuesday evenings.

Harmony aud

West 3939. REES, MRS. Grove

st.

soloist,

concerts

LOCHER RAITH, JOHANNES

Mrs. Oscar Fillmore 314. 2500 Pine st. MARKS. MME. ISABELLA. 26 O'Farrell st. Snite 315, Kohler & Chase Bldg. Kearny 6454. Contralto voice. MYERS, M. M. I., Pianist, Teacher of Pianoforte Harmony and Theory, Mrs. Edith L. Preparatory Teacher. Franklin O'Brien, Studio. 724. 1327 Leavenworth St., apt. Franklin 2519. 12. NOBLE, JOY. (Piano), 746 Geary St. Prospect 5206. Normal teacher for the EfTa Ellis Perfield teaching system. Special classes for

Teacher

Park ing,

(Vocal),

and Harmony), 130 26th

Pacitic 2637.

MANSFELT.

PRICE.

and

1090 Page st teacher of singoratorio,

(Piano, Violin, Organ, Counterpcintj, 1434 Post St. C.

RICHARD,

Voice

ROLKER, EDWARD XAVIER, Pine

RYAN,

St.

West

815

MISS

(Vocal), 2710

881.

FANNIE

E., (Vocal), 2911 Fillmore 931. TROMRONI. MME. M., (Vocal), 26-30 O'FarKohler & Chase Bldg. rel, Kearny 5454. Voice culture. CNDERHILL. MISS M. V., 801 Sutter st. Franklin 1129. A violin teacher from Nevr

California St.

York

city.

VINCENT,

MME.

M. E., 1224 Geary St Teacher of voice. WATERS, HARRY J., 26 OFarreil St. SutSaxaphcne studio. ter 34P8. WILSON, MARION RAMON, 1242 Taylor st Prospect 5376. Opera and concert. European credentials. Fisnll'n 4620.

The

Chronicle Office is

Culture,

Park 5175.

as near to you

as your telephone

Sutter 7000

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

69

N NEWS DEALERS—WHOLESALE EGBERT

BROS., 147 5th

TECHNICAL PUBLISHING

Sutter 4494.

St.

NEWSPAPERS

A.ND PUBLICATIONS ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO., publishers of "The Argonaut," 207 Powell

Kearny

St.

5S95.

BULLETIN,

THE,

767

Market

st.

Setter

Bldg.

Sutter

7900.

CHRONICLE, THE,

Chronicle

One

Hundred Per Cent Leading American Newspaper.

7000.

American.

CHINESE REPUBLIC JOURNAL, THE, Leong Aow,

Waverly Place.

18

publisher,

China

90.

CHINESE WORLD, THE, Mang,

lishing

China

CHUNG

Co., 26.

China

near G'ant Ave.

G.

P.

576 Sacramento St.

Kearnv

S*-.

DODD, MEAD &

Sansome

330

CO., INC., G. R. M. Miller, Mgr., 732-34 Pacific Bldg. Douglas 5174. New International Encyclopedia. HOTEL GAZETTE, established 1876, Martial Davoust, Mgr., 46 Kearny St., room 508. Papers of general circulaKearny 3745.

628

Montgomery.

Hodge,

Mgr.,

425-427

CO., P. Monadnock Bldg.

& Co., ITALIAN DAILY LA VOCE Ave.

A., 509 Pacific St. Sell Merchandise

Columbus

del 2504.

POPOLO,

Douglas 710 Montgomery. 628 Montgomery.

LA TRIBCNA, 1661. MAR'UOTT. F.

Douglas

A., 259 Minna St. Kearny Pub. of S. F. News Letter and Ove'land Monthlv. MARRIOTT, F., 259 Minna St. Kearny 3594. Publishers of the "San Francisco News Letter" and "Overland Monthly." MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS, 420 Market St. Sutter 1854. WORLD. Inc.. Editor, R. Nlnomlya, 1060 Geary st. Franklin 573. PACIFIC COAST MUSICAL REVIEW, Alfred Metzger, publisher, 26 O'Farrell St. Kearny

3594.

NEW

5454.

Publisher, 634 Sutter 74~0.

AND MOTOR,

J.

F.

Neville.

Bldg.

PACIFIC MARINE REVIEW, 576 Sacramento The National Magazine Clarence Colman, Sutter 7498. 1034 Golden Gate. Fill-

Monadnock Bldg.

SERBIAN HERALD, more 2015. UNDERWRITERS' REPORT. Report,

Inc.,

Kearny

5881.

Publishers,

Sutter

NOTARIES PURLIC Italian Notary, 260

G.,

Douglas

Columbus Ave.

376"..

BRACCHI, IDA M., las 1432. Home

39 Montgomery St. DougAddress: 1140 Hvde St;

Prospect 3951.

KOWN, R. M.. 1331 9th Publisher Sunset Journal. CALM ANN, JULIUS, 28 Sutter

Sunset 2455.

Ave.

8t

Montgomery

3318.

MRS'., 521 Chronicle Bldg.

Ml*. f'

'•

Sut-

St.

Also Translator.

2384.

SAMUELS. CHAS., Room

454.

Phelan Bldg.

Also Insurance.

5768.

NOVELTIES KIN DEL & GRAHAM,

891 Mission St.

Doag-

las 528.

NURSERIES NURSERY, opp. Home of

PACIFIC Col ma,

dolph

Kempf, Prop., H. Peace Cemetery. Ran-

644.

NURSES CHESTNUT, MRS. FLORENCE 405 Cole Rt

GRANT. MRS. «t.

i

D. (Graduate).

Park 1314. G.

I.

(Graduate), 2379 Jack-

iMmore 3123.

HANEY, MRS. GEO.

R.

K..

N..

405

Cole.

JOSEPH, Park

L. O., 4130.

R AS HEP sion

.

MISS, P. H., 909 Page

MRS. W.

E.,

558 Douglass.

St.

Mis-

5108.

TRANG:

L.

E.

MISS, R. N., 909 Page St

Park 4130.

PHILIPPINE MAGAZINE, Pnh.. 709

CO., 332 Pine St.

ran.- 1314.

Exchange

Merchants*

St. Sutter 3316. of Shipping.

&

R.,

3700.

Kearny 118

De-

All

of

NITRATE IMPORTERS GRACE, W.

Douglas 1928.

PACIFIC GOLF

Kearny 907.

aud

'ENS A. JOSEPH, 608 Montgomery

las 1661.

Sut-

scriptions.

Dousr-

INDUSTRIAL NEWS PUBLISHING Kearny 2306. L'lTALIA. E. Patrizi

and music,

142 Powell St.

prop.,

CHUM, JULIA W.,

tion.

D.

We Buy

BOVE,

1506.

ESPANO-AMERICA,

BERCOWITZ,

Publisher,

2194.

Fonr,

NEW AND SECOND-HAND DEALERS

99.

Edwards.

Mr.

8S09.

Gai Yat Pub738 Grant Ave.

DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS. Douglas

Mrgiuia Judge, ter

Publisher.

3745.

YOUNG CHINA NEWSPAPER, Mgr., 881 Clny St. China 895. YE TOWN £7 GOSSIP, stationary

Sal

Mgr.,

SAI YAT PO NEWSPAPER. Mr. Ng Goon Poon Chew, Mgr., 803 Sacramento St.,

COAST BANKER,

Kearny

and 173 Technical

CO., 171

Second St. Kearny 917 and 918. and Tr«de Publications. WASP, THE. Martial Davoust,

340

Underwriters'

Sansome

St.

WILKINSON. MRS 2801

S.

Jose.

E. A.. Practical Maternity, 771.

Randolph

NUT SHELLING SUNSFT NUT SHELLING Kearny 3420.

CO., 241

Clay

St

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

70

o OCULISTS BUCKLAND, DR. OWEN,

Sutter

St.

Douglas 4443.

GREEN, 2276,

Sutter L. D. & A. S.. Practice limited to diseases of tbe eye.

Shreve Bldg.

AND AURISTS

OCULISTS

DR. ADOLPH, Kearny 5448. Post St.

BAKB,

177 Liebes Bldg., Practice limited to

nose and throat.

ear,

DEAN, DR. LOUIS

C.,



GREASES LUBRICATING

OILS, 891

Union Square Bldg.,

Kearny 235. Specialist eye, 350 Pout St. ear, nose and throat. NAGEL, C. S. G., M. D., 517-19 Head Bldg., 209 Post St. Garfield 1529. Practice limited

CATARACT REFINING & MFG.

Minnesota

SHORTLIDGE, DR. EDMUND Bldg.

8WETT. DR. WILBER Douglas 3505. SMITH, Dr. John

J.,

M.,

1101

Specializing 978. throat.

field

and

Head

814

D.,

Sutter 1718.

VILLAIN, Garfield

ALBERT

eye,

1017

St.

Garnose

Flood bldg.

in

J.,

Geary

116

ear,

Bldg.

Flood

Kearny

CROCKER,

St

OILS PAINTS AND VARNISHES R. N. & CO., 151-157 Potrero Ave,,

54-56 Pine St. Market 932.



OILS TOOL LUBRICATION CATARACT REFINING & MFG. CO.,

857 bldg. Sutter 1792. Cutting compound, cutting oils and soluble oils.

Monadnock

OIL WELL SUPPLIES MANUFACTURING CORP.,

LUCY

703-704

Douglas 5220.

WELL SUPPLY

H. Herron Co., Mgr. 899 Monad-

R.

CO.,

W. W.

Nellis, Kearny 39.

nock Bldg.

BURNERS

T. CO., 1337 Mission St., S. P. Market 2759. Oakland— Piedmont 2815. Service both sides of bay. BAY, W. S., MANUFACTURING CO., 29 Spear St. Kearny 199. S.

BURNING APPLIANCES FOR APARTMENTS AND HOTELS

OIL

FESS SYSTEM

CO., 220

Natoma

OPTICAL GOODS MARTIN COPELAND CO., H. P. Adams, Mgr., Shreve Bldg. Sutter 5753. PAYNE J. W., Mfr's. Agent, 140 Geary st. Representing: Sutter 1479. T. A. Willson & Co., Inc.; Kryptok Sales Co.; General Optical Co. Bachman Bros. Stevens & Co., ;

;

Inc.; Buffalo Lens Mfg. Co.; C. G. rich Co.. and sharkgrip mountings.

Aid-

OPTICAL MANUFACTURERS BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL Sutter

154

Kearny

St.

CO.

OF

CAL.,

2398.

Sutter

St.

OPTICAL PUBLICATIONS

6927.

OIL WITT,

Brannan

440

CO.,

S.

OIL JOHNSON,

OIL

221.

Affiliated,

CO., 565 Market St. Kearny 3550. Stationers, Printers. Bookbinders and Adressograph, MimeoOffice Appliances. graphs.

H.

798

Monogram

366.

NASON,

OIL

OFFICE APPLIANCES

St.

oils.

VALVOLINE

Kohl Bldg.

183.

Mission

St.

857 cut-

MONAMOBILE OIL CO., 562-564 Howard Sutter 2031. NEW YORK LUBRICATING OIL CO.,

eye.

to

CO.,

Monadnock bldg. Sutter 1792. Also ting compounds and soluble oils.

G.

WESTERN OPTTCAL WORLD. Wm.

BURNER EQUIPMENT E..

CO.,

Inc.,

862-4

Howard

st.

E. Hus-

1041 Phelan bldg. Sutter 5742. Published monthly. $1 a year. editor,

ton,

Douglas 4404.

OIL COMPANIES CATARACT REFINING & MFG. Monadnock bldg. Sutter 1792. CONTINENTAL PETROLEUM CO., ron Bldg., 55 4600.

New Montgomery

OPTICIANS BROMBACH, DR. CO.,

857

BRHNINGS, 322 Sha-

St.

Kearny

GENERAL PETROLEUM CORP., 310 Sansome St. Setter 940. KERN RIVER OIL CO., 238 Merchants' Exchange bldg. Kearny 1020. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CO. OF CALIFORNIA, Insurance Exchange Bldg. Kearnv 989. SHELL CO. OF CALIFORNIA, 343 Sansome St.

Sutter

J.

H.,

440 Flood Bldg.

Sutter

3942.

CROSWHITE, W. Douglas

HALL,

C.

H.,

O.

D.,

166 Geary St.

3329.

1614 Haight St. Park 762. B., 806-7 Head Bldg.

T..

nOPRPOHT, CHARLES Garfield 964.

MTPSTON OPTICAL 9290 M'ssion St.

CO.. DR. J. Market 4«92.

TRAINER-PARDONS Gearv

OPTICAL

Guard,

G.

CO.,

186

M., 465 Phelan Bldg.

Sut-

Kearny

St.

2767.

Sutter 5100.

UNION

OTL CO. OF CALIFORNIA, Mills Bldg. Sutter 1400. Refined oil, lubricating oils, greases, asphalt and fuel oil. UNITED PETROLEUM CO., Army and Kansas 8t«. Mission 4735. Dominion oil and lubricating specialists.



OILS AUTOMOBILE NITBOLFNE MOTOR OIL CO., 108 St.

Head Bldg.

T. A.,

1.358.

Steunrt

ALLUM. LEROY ter

4280.

BROMBACH. DR.

T. A., 722-23

Head

Bldg.

Sutter 1358.

OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS VMPLE DR. R. A., 2808 Mission St. Valencia 1879.

Kearny 4155.

LIPMAN. DR.



OILS LUBRICATING LUBRICATING PRODUCTS CO., 354 Ken my 4440. St.

OPTOMETRISTS

KAUFMANN,

A., 88 3d St. Kearny 5475. Douglas E. D., 888 Market St.

3517.

Plue

JOTTAN80N, JOHN, 2473 Mission St 2630.

Mission

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ORCHESTRAS MUSICAL ASSOCIATION Phelan

CISCO,

457

A. W. Hertz,

Conductor.

Widenham,

OF'

Bldg. Sec.

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS SAN FRANGarfield

2819.

and Mgr.; Alfred

E'ARNHAM, DR.

LAWRENCE,

DR.

ORIENTAL ART AND DRY GOODS 972.

CO.. 253 Post St.

Geary St

C, 1527 Sutter St. West Osteopath of the West.

OVEN MA NUPACTUREIIS BAKE-RITE OVEN MFG. Mgr., 603-4-5 Patent ovens. E.

and Market Mfg. Co.

Hearst

CO.

W.

bldg.

603-4-5

E., Sts.

H. Brooks, Sutter 6856.

Hearst

Sutter 6856.

Rldg.,

3d

Bake Oven

OXYGEN APPARATUS

Douglas 5463.

JOHNSON,

A. W. V.. 407 Merchants' Exchange Bldg. Sutter 2988. Safety devices and breathing apparatus.

ORPHAN ASYLUMS

—WHOLESALE

MARIA KIP ORPHANAGE AND ALFRED OYSTERS NUTTALL NELSON MEMORIAL HOME, cor- MORGAN OYSTER 01. rutiiiL x. oioiera or net tn Ave. aiici i

801-802 Elkan Gunst

A.

Pioneer

LINDSEY,

ORIENTAL GOODS

C,

St. Garfield 744. J. LOVELL, 133

Douglas 2884.

MOORE, DR.

(Wholesale and Retail) MATSDOKA, ATOW, 627 Grant Ave. Kearny

D.

mug., 323 Geary

2071.

IWATA.T. &

71

x.*iu.)m

Savior in charge. Treasurer, Mrs. E. E. Williams, 2636 Howard St. PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM, Mrs. F. G. Haight and BuSanborn, President Board. chanan Sts. Park 174. Built 1853. Oldest organized charity on Pacific Coast, St.

CO.,

THE,

3d

St.

OYSTERS — WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PEARL OYSTER nia

Market.)

CO., 418 Pine Douglas 4788.

The

Chronicle Office is

614

Kearny 3565.

as near to you

as your telephone

Sutter 7000

St.

(Califor-

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

72

p PACKERS KING AN

ft

ter 176.

BLUM PACKING

BOTH,

RELIABLE PAINTING

Drumm

CO., LTD., 446 Pork packers.

Sut-

St.

Lefter

CO.,

L.

Mission 4348. SCHN EK EN BURGER, CHR. ft SON, 1063 O'FarreM St. Frauklln 4433. Also furniture finishing.

Blum, 1490 Fairfax Ave. Mission 7000. Dressed beef, mutton aud hogs. SWIFT & CO., Pacific and Davis Sts. Kearuy Roth,

L.

I.

Robert Postler,

CO.,

prop., 3247 Nineteenth St.

PAINTERS, HOUSE FRIEDMAN,

4820.

Residence, J., 472 Valencia St. PaperFourteenth St. Market 5115. hanging and decorating.

864

PACKERS AND PROVISIONERS MORRIS & Wholesale

CO., 37-51 Pacific St. Kearny 320. dealers eggs and in butter,

PAPER BAGS AND TWINE FRIEDMAN.

cheese.

PACKERS AND SHIPPERS BRISTOL BAY PACKING

PELICAN PAPER

112 Market.

CO.,

las

St.

Park

paper. CO., 815 Battery St.

Doug-

McAllister

1122

J.,

Wrapping

2394.

1<«.

Sutter 2493.

PACKING, STEAM AND WATER BELDAM'S STEAM AND WATER PACKING. W.

Biemner,

R.

Kearny

Mgr.,

133

Steuart

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS WESTERN PAPER BOX

CO., 437 Market Mfrs. of set up and fold-

Douglas 4195. ing paper boxes.

st.

St.

965.

PAPER MANUFACTURERS

PAINTS (DRY) MANUFACTURERS ARMSTRONG, CHAS. P.. 625 Market st. SutSolicitor for ter 4376. Eajrle A. paper*. WESTERN DRY COLOR WORKS, INC., 170 Holyoke, Hooper

American

Market 4353.

St.

PAINT MANUFACTURERS IN WOOD CO., John H. Rice, Mgr., 72-78 New Montgomery

Kearuy

St.

Kearny

EVERETT PULP fornia St.

CO., 383 Brannan St. and preservative

5632. Marine paints a specialty.

gomery.

St.

CO., 666

GREENE.

A. L., 269 8th St.

ENAMELS

STANDARD

VARNISH

WORKS,

RWer.

Millhauser, 55 Stevenson St.

CO., Rep Paper Mills, Hearst naner.

Grant Ave.

1441

Jolm

Fortunato,

Mgr.,

Kearny 2445.

PASTE—ALIMENTARY VESUVIO & PIEDMONT PASTE CO., enn. Mot.. 445 Drumm St. Dwerlfis

-T.

Can-

1949.

PATFNT ATTORNEVS

CO. Mgr., 454 2d



St.

Kearny

S.

1560.

Patpnt Office, 711-714 Pacific Bldg.

Sut-

ter 6815.

PAINTERS AND DECORATORS DE MARTTA. CHRISTIAN.

1782 Union St., business office, 535 Broadway. Douglas 5755. All kinds of house painting and decorating. GUNTHER ft PORTER, 1913 Fillmore St. West 406. Painters, decorators, plasterers, frescoing.

KEEFE.

CO..

STRONG ft TOWNSEND, 911-91T MFGRS. ^FWEY, Ci^i-pv pMnr Kr.priv 4-45'S. OF CAL., F. W. GRTFFTN CARLOS P.. formprlv Examiner U.

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Wnnsner. Sales

CO., 650 7tb

PASTE TTVOLI PASTE

Sutter 4828.

PAINTS AND VARNISHES

Mont-

Whol<««;ilo

AND

Edward

New

Market 7110.

KAAS HOPKINS

Market 7961.

PAINTS, STAINS, VARNISHES

Ill

CO.,

PAPER —WHOLESALE

Howard

AND VARNISHES

Cali-

PAPER STOCK DEALERS

Douglas 4421.

PAINTS, OILS

244

Douglas 250.

INDEPENDENT PAPER STOCK

PAINTS, OILS

NATIONAL PAINT & OIL

CO.,

697.

TABLET AND TICKET

St

AND VARNISHES, WHOLESALE

PAPER

ft

Kearny

of

Co.

PAPER SPECIALITIES

1919.

PAINT MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE MORA N PAINT & OIL

Paper

Writing

Mass.

J.

H., CO., 1442

Bush

St.

Fntt*»r 1989. P'.'OS'T, H. G.. Cromer RMc. VALE. BATDWIN. 723-4-5 Crocker building.

Kearny

WHITE ter

5540. ft

Crocker Bldg.

Sut-

PATTERN MAKERS 154

Main

St.

Gi.rflnld ?4"H.

Franklin

2055.

1511 Height St. Residence, Park 7060. MOTIR, .7. A. & SON, 2216 18 Fillmore St. West 1726. Palntiny, interior decorating and wall pap
423

DONAMvsov & McCULLOUGH,

PAWN BROKERS

MADNDRELL. Wn,LIAM, Pa-k 1727.

PROST,

i$m.

ATTT5LL Mcr..

TBWBLRY 15

3d

«t.

PERFTTHfi5'«. nrnfr

Ha— v ?W

CO.,

Kearny

Lowonstein,

diamonds.

vt *»>T»n tj»« AND

HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES «

ALTFORN1A PER FT 'ME

TNC. George Dougala 2938.

CO..

McOoUtielJ, M^r., S8 1st.

J.

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

PETROLEUM PRODUCTS HALEY,

Gar-

R., CO., 149 California St.

O.

fledl 806.

AND UNDERWEAR WHOLESALE Douglas 735.

D. 8., 330 Sutter St.

more

heineman, otto, phonograph and SUPPLY CO., Inc.. L. Gruen, Mgr., 300 Motors, Sutter 1704. Monadnock bldg. tone arms, sound boxes, Okeh Records and needles.

INTERNATIONAL. CREDIT

CO., Victor and Columbia Phonographs, Records and supplies. Douglas S. D. Decirino, 1447 Stockton St.

4869.

WORDEN, WILLARD

E..

3X2

Stockton

St.

Landscape and marine views.

Douglas 5190.

Picture framing.

PHOTOGRAPHERS— COMMERCIAL BEPP

K.. 451 publisher.

MATSUMOTO

Kearny

Kearny.

Geary

ia3

S.,

5844.

MINER, GEO. H.

CO., 74

Also

2O09.

Douglas

St.

New Montgomery.

Sutter 4493.

SUNSET PHOTO

N. E. Johnson, Mgr., 0o?i Fddv St. Franklin 1184. TOWERS CO., 117 Grant Ave. Douglas 5257. Photo developing aud printing for the trade. CO..

st

22,

C,

J.

Post

1901

Fill-

St.

394.

APOSTOLIDES, DR. EMANUEL, 855-57 Pbelan Bldg. Garfield 2799. APPLE, DR. B., 406 Sutter St. Douglass 1592.

BAKER, DR.

C. 995 Market

C.

Doug-

St.

las 4896.

BARRETT, DR. GILBERT

M., 516 Batter St. Garfield 1047. Chief Surgeon of Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Ltd. BARSOTTI, DR. C, 916 Kearny St. Douglas

BLAKE STUDIO, Dfiritflnp

A. S. Portrait.

Go.

BO YE STUDIOS. 12c, BUSHNELL PHOTO

Tost CO..

Blake,

101

1142

Market

St.

Market 4180.

HARTSOOK. FRED. 41 JAMES PHOTO SHOP, 5529 KELLY. OEO. F.. 2701 SCHRODER, ARNOLD.

W A YOUNG

PHOTO

Grant. Douerlas 5985. 935 Market St. Kearny

Mission. Mission 6139. 251 Post. Sutter 317. STUDIO, 1154 Stockton

China 185.

M.

O.

Kearny

PHOTO AND ENGRAVING Pausch,

Prop.,

563

Clay

St.

PHOTO-PLAY SUPPLIES BRFCK PHOTO-PLAY SUPPLY

CO.. 98 2761. Pacific Simplex projectors.

Franklin

distributers

for

Gold^ Coast

CO.. 211-214 Hobart Bldg.

Sutter

1944.

PHOTO SUPPLIES PHOTO SUPPLY Fillmore St.

R. M. H., Butler

7086.

BE R TOLA, DR. MARIANA.

WM.

Jackson

1050-52

BLUMENBERG, DR. S. more 1256. BOARDMAN, DR. W. West 6193 BOHM, DR. JOHN

St.,

1895 Sutter.

P..

Lane

W.,

Fill-

Hospital.

Guerrero

E., 461

Union

St.

Park

6206.

BROWN, DR.

H.

A., 610-18 Medical Bldg. Also Eye Specialist. DR. VINCENT P., 336 Kearny St.

Franklin 4556. 3052.

BULLOCK. DR. RUSS

502 Divisidero St.

R.,

Park 1155.

BUNNELL, DR EDWIN,

1898 Geary St

West

3965.

BURROWS. DR. ROBERT, Fillmore 2833. CHADWICK, Dr. Fred C,

2238 California St.

403 Pacific Bldg.

Douglas 235.

CHAN & CHAN, DRS„

1942 Sutter

St.

West

675.

CLARK. DR. JOHN

86 Post St.

R.

Doug-

las 3239.

R. P., 240 Stockton St. Doug-

CLARK, DR. CHARLES,

524

Pacific

Bid

Douglas 1438.

CLINTON, DR. CHAS.

A.. 2499 Howard St. Mission 333. CJOLLINS, DR. ASA W., 126 Post St. Douglas 1266. Chief Surgeon of French Hospital. COOKINGHAM. DR. FRANKLIN H., 209 Post st. Kearnv 2471. COSGRA VE, DR. MILLICENT, 350 Post St. *

CULVER. DR. GEORGE D. Sutter 487. CUMMINS, DR. W. TAYLOR.

Geary

323

.

«t.

Southern Pacific General Hospital; residence 1730 Hayes St. West 286. Res. phone West 1701. DEANE. DR. TENISON, Phelan Bids. Sutte*

DILLON. DR. JAMES

JR.,

R.

516 Sntt^r

St.

Sutter 5378.

B., 400 Sutter St.

Slitter

4576.

H., 516 Sutter St.

DRAKE. D. D.. DRAY, FRANK

4090 !Rth St. Market 710K. We«t R., 2525 Fillmore St.

1179.

G..

516 Setter

St.,

305-6-7 Physicians' Bldg. Garfield 62. Doctor of gynecology and obstetrics at Franklin Hospital. HILL, DR. S. ANSON. 1011 Head Bldg., 209 Post St. Kearnv 2471. IT ILL, DR. P.. 177 Post St. Douglas 5"26. HOLSCLAW. DR. FLORENCE M., 240 Stockton St. GorfMd ^58. KRAMOLIN. DR. V., 1016 Shreve bldg. Rntter ?!230. Pathologist. LUX, DR. F. W.. 201-3-4 Medical Bldg., N. W. cor. Bush and Hyde Sts. Franklin 4593.

HAROLD

Sut-

Franklin 3398.

St.

BILL, DR. PHILLIP A., 350 Post Square Bldg. Douglas 209.

DOMR, DR. DAVID

PHYSICIANS HURWITZ. DR. SAMUEL Garfield 1903. HARPER. DR. WALTER

BWg.

ter 1165.

3490.

CO., H. S. Uye, Pres., 1041

Market

Market

St.

Douglas 404.

PHOTOSTAT SERVICE COSSITT &

St.

las 316,

1024.

Ave.

BERNDT, DR.

CLARK. DR. W.

PHOTO ENGRAVING COMMERCIAL

Fillmore

8048.

Kearny

Gearv.

Douglas 2037.

St.

BECK. DR. HENRY M., 1302 West 217. BERING, DR. R. H.. 1500 Page

BUCKLEY,

PHOTOGRAPHERS—PORTRAIT

Gate

Stockton

240

5353.

PHOTO ART

CO.,

Sut-

St.

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ANTHONY, DR.

PHONOGRAPH SUPPLIES

St.

86 Post

Garfield 210. Diseases of Children. SPIRO. DR. H., 516 Sutter St. fcJarfleW Heart aDd blood vessels.

I*ETTICOATS JACOBS.

MOHUN, DR. CHARLES C, ter 1549. PORTER, DR. L ANGLES.

TS

EDWARD P., DUNCAN. DR. FRANK

DRISCOLL. lin

2<"27

Polk

St.

bldp.

EAVES

Douglas

DR.

T..

7

501

Chronicle

54.

JAMES

(Surgeon).

214

Honrs: Square bldg. Garfield 2268. M. to 5 P. M.. or by Appointment.

ELLINWOOD. DR. st.

Frank-

106.

L.

M.,

and 2440 Divisadero

West

984.

FITZGIBttON. st.

FRANK

2424

9 A.

DiTisadero

West 2424 and T.,

1U4

Sutter

Franklin

FREEMAN. 3490.

DR.

st.

Union

011. DR. C.

Res.:

Sutter H. t Phelan bid*. Park 6002.

Divfsadero

.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

74

PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS

—Cont'd

MOORE. DR. CHESTER

lOYKRMUTH, OTTO

G., 209 Post St. Office. Nervous Sutter 2724; home. Pacific 2821. and mental diseases only. GIOVANNBTTI, DR. BINALDO P., 412 Head Sutter 3193. blag. West .'CHALK, A.. 3303 Sacramento. 2408. i

i

l

i

GUNN, DB. J. W. JB., 2396 Bryant sion' Wl; emergency, West 1400.

Mis-

St.

V.. 80S Haight Park 7032 St., and S CXtr Hall Ave. HARBISON. DB. W. H., 291 Geary St., St. Paul Bldg. Douglas 747. „_

HABDEMAN, DR. VINCENT

'

Bldg.

HABVEY. DB. W. A., 524 Pacific Douglas 1438. m n ^ HAWKINS. DB. W. J., 70 Baker St. "791 HARRINGTON. DB. HOWABD. 1529

_

.

Park Sutter

West 28. Hours. 2 to 4 P. M. St. HESS. DB. H. A.. 615-17 City of Pans Bldg. HOLBROOK, DR. GEO. S., 2019 Laguna St.

508-11

B..

Paul

St.

Sutter 1892. 240 Stockton

st.

Gar-

H., 133 Geary

st.

Gar-

st.

MORBIS. DB. MYBL. flfld 210.

MOBRIS, DB. BOY fie

d 1895.

MOSELEY. DB. GAYLE

Pine

333

G.,

st.

Garfield 2626.

MUSANTE. DB.

A.

Columbus ave.

325

S.,

Sutter 1432.

NEWTON. DB. JNO. C, 291 Geary st. Sutter 1498 0' DON NELL, DB. G. W.. 1025 Market St. Park 515. Specialist for Women. O'NEILL, DB. ABTHUB A., 350 Post

st.

Sutter 5810.

OSBOBNE, DB. JAMES,

West

2531 Sutter St.

7826.

OSMUM, DB. W.

F. H., 133 Geary St., 712Whitney bldg. Sutter 877. PAINTON. DB. H. B., 4601 Mission st, Bandolph 1391. PALMEB, DR. CAROLINE B., 2405 Web-

713

West

ster st.

6523. E. W.,

PARSONS, DB.



Fillmore 1727.

Geary

bids., 291

2497 Mission

Mis-

st.

t «* Hours from 3 to 6 P. M. HOUSTON. DB. ALBERT J., 350 Post St. sion 369. throat and nose Douglas 361. Ear. PEATTIE, DR. J. F., 009 Hyde st., Medical St. Stockton 13o L., HOWARD, DB. JOSEPH bldg. Sutter 3200. _. ~ Douglas 1441. PEN FIELD. DB. PERLE P.. 909 Hyde St., _ _ GarSt. Sutter Franklin 1003. H1NMAN. DR. FRANK, 516 Medical bldg. Urologist specialist. field 1962. PETERS. DR. WM.. 1095 Market st. Market Park St. HUGHES, DB. JAMES V.. 3155 16th 4597; Res.: Market 370. ,

^750

HYDE, DB.

Stockton

240

E.,

C.

Gar-

St.

IZUnVdB. F.. 1629-31 Post st. West 7262. .TUILLY. DB. GEO. H.. 133 Geary St. Douglas 4587 K \H)N DB. ADOLPH J., 86 Post St. Douglas Hours, 10 to 12. 5885. .

Park 644 Fillmore. K Hours: 1 to 3 P. M. and 7 to 8 P. M. 527. KEENAN, DB. ALEX S., Anglo Bldg., 10th Market 4435 f;nd Mission Sts. KIIETTTZMANN, DB. HBNBY J.. 1054 Sutter Franklin 4813. Diseases of women and St.

\STENDIECK. DB.

obstetrics.

KROFT7;

Market 458. KW AN, DR.

_ a 496 Guerrero St.

NOM,

Ave.

_

SOO

3

DB. CIIAS.

Douelas 4002.

.

Grant

912

1086-90 Flood Bldg.

J.,

.

„.

.

,

964 Market St., Prospect 1457. Hours, 9 A. M.

BALPH

LARSKN. DB. Mason.

ror.

M.,

MARY

DR.

LA^DM?

J..

L.,

8

LEE DB. JOSEPH SEUNG-MUN, M.

924

D.,

China 397. Stockton _ BanLrFFT.EIt. DR. J., 429 Grafton Ave. dolnh 3146 . , , „ L LEONARD. DR. A. T.. 816-18-19 Phelan bldg. st.

Kearnv 4367.

. , .„ 916-17-18 Shreve bldg. •

LEWTTT. DR. W.

P...

Sorter 494.

_

'

t st.

TdSSER, DR. H.. 210 Stockton 317

C

LONG DR. PT.AUDH

„. .«

Garfield

2702A Mission

st.

ter

M.. 209 Post

J.

Sut-

st.

1972.

MA LP AS,

DR. IDA. office 211-12 Physicians' Garfield 369. 18th ave. bldg.; rps.. Res., Pacific 3611.

MANCVAN, DR.

P. J., 1479 Haight

st.

Park

5607.

MABDia. DR. V ARTTON. DR.

B. A.. 126 Post. Douglas 1266. Sutter B. B.. 323 Geary st.

7356.

OWTTlGAN. DR. OHABLES

D., 240 Stock-

Douglas 82. McKWV ITT, DB. E. M., 3179 22d ton

s'.

2881

»

P5MTZSR. DR.

MARY

Mdtr.

4530.

Pro«T»ect

st.

Mission

JONES, 407 Medical

rprunR. UB. E. H.. 111

Douglas

Ellis st.

2272.

MRVHR.

I>R.

Sunwet 60O.

MF/YUW. DR. MIhbIivi

K.

F..

2d and Parnassus Aves.

ALBERT

G.,

2599 Howard

st.

564.

MTnAR, DR.

P.

A.,

126 Post

Douglas

st.

1208.

MOORE, DR. 2HT1.

A.

C.

1527

Sutter

st.

H.. 516 Su+ter st., Garfield 880. Gar516 Sutter st.

410-411 Physicians' bldg.

PLAYER, DR.

L.

P.,

889.

field

PINKHAM. DR. CHAS. Douglas 388. PUTNAM, DB. V. E., Park

B..

135 Stockton

290

st.

Divisadero

St.

17.

PYLE. DB.

F.

sion 940. Ql INN. DB. sion 7026.

WM.,

Valencia

st.

Mis-

1044 Bailroad ave.

Mis-

1107

S.,

BEGENSBUBGEB. DB. MABTIN.

209 Post Skin and Venereal Dis-

Kearny 5763.

st.

eases.

BONCOVIERI, DB. LOUIS bldg..

516 Sutter

BYFKOGEL. DB. Kearny

D.. 214 Physicians' Garfield 1249. A. L.. 516 Sutter st.

st.

H.

190.

SALOMON. DB. EDWABD. 350 Post st. Garfield 2268. SALOMON, DB. MAX, 209 Post St.. Head Sutter 631.

bldg.

SAMBUCK. DB. ANTON

J.,

Mission 827. DB. A. F., 133

Hospital.

SAMPSON,

San Francisco Geary.

Sutter

1*7.

SABTOBI, DB. H.

J.,

580

Green

Gar-

St.

652.

ni Id

SCHWARTZ, DR. CHARLES 301-2-3-4

St.,

Lincoln

DR.

SCOSSEBIA,

Bldg.

EBNESTO,

B., 246 Powell Garfteld 1616.

601-2

Federal

Douglas 1952.

Bldg.

SELLING, DB.

NATHALIE,

391

Sutter

St.

Garfield 1393.

Valencia 6697.

MACDONM.D. DR.

PIERSON. DR. PHILIP

West

SEW ALL,

CHESTER D., 350 Post St. SEYMOUR, DR. JAS. HENRY, AND DR. DR.

Garfield

1491.

H. E, PIPER, 4093 24th St. SHEA, DR. T. T., 350 Post St.

SHERMAN, DR.

Mission 448. Garfleld 2268.

616 Union Square Sutter 5292. Bldg., 350 Post st. DR. B. W., 516 Sutter St., 217 1 ARK, Physicians' Bldg. Garfleld 177. STEEL-BROOKE. DB. LOUISE H., 1846 Sbdner St. Fillmore 2567. STILLMAN, DR. STANLEY, 2101 Webster

West

St.

JULIUS',

8819.

STOWELL, DR.

J. M., 632 Haight St. Park Emergency West 1400. TAYLOR. DR. ARMSTRONG. 240 Stockton

5362;

Garfleld 210. Schroth Bldg. A. MILES, 801-2-3-4 5 Sutter 1359. ™'dsr TERR ILL. DR. GEO. M., 350 Post St. St..

TAYLOR, DR. ter

Sut-

5292.

TOMLINSON, DR. RICHARD Bldg. '""ONER, 221.

Head

F.,

1286 Flood

Sutter 1057.

DR.

J.

W..

3197 16tb

St.

Market

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY TRASK, DR.

1324 Octavia. Hoars 3 to 6. Sixth Floor of City of Paris

S'.,

Fillmore 11.

from 11 to

1.

TUCHLER, DR. A. S., 703 Van Ness Franklin 48. TURNER. DB. 6. EUBTON, 803 Head Sutter 13 t>. Chief ern Pacific B. E.

Surgeon

cor. of California DB. L.

West

Bldg.

PICKLE MANUFACTURERS MOELLER,

Hospital,

and Maple. Valencia 1G08. M. F., 2970 California St.

SOL

A,

CO., 615 Sanson*? St. Dowi:

J.,

las 1253.

BEED PICKLE WOBKS. ket 228.

Nortawest-

of

TYNG. DR. HEBALDA. Hahnemann

WANZB"

Ave,

75

1507 Folsoui St. Mar Also Canners of Vegetable*.

PICTURE FRAMES MAHEB'S PICTUBE FBAME HOUSE, Maker,

M.

V.

Prop., 883 Specializing

McAllister St. Market on Portrait Frames to Agents and Photographers. HELOESEN, N. B., 345 Sutter St. Kearny 2189.

WARD, UK. JAS. W., 391 Sutter St. Kearny 156. WHITE. DR. ARTHUR H., 1005 Market St. RABJOHN & MORCOM, 240 Post. Douglas 5042. Market 1315 AMSON* DB. JOHN M., 209 Post St. PIG IRON AND COKE Douglas 920. WILLIAMS. EDITH HAMOND, A. B'., M. D., GUNN, CARLE & CO., Successor to Woodh, Anesthetist. 41 5th Ave. Pacific 742. Hoddart & Gnnn, 414 Market St. Sotter WILSON, LR. HERMON F., 898 Monadnock 2720.

Douglas

BMsr.

1785.

WOLF, DR. GEO. L, Valencia

2-6-7.

4111

18th

Apt.

St.,

6500.

WONG. DR. HIM,

468

O'Farrell

West

St.

6870.

WOODS Butler WOODWARD,

DR. ALICE M., 135 Stockton St., Douglas 1710. Bldg. Park 191. A. P., 690 Oak St.

CHESTER

DR.

YOTTNG.

1196

I.,

S. St.

Sutter Pianos. Sutter Welte Mignon Beproducing Piano, inartists.

Hill

Mission 6034. Also exchanged.

St.

PI4NOS, ELECTRIC PIANOS. PIPE

ORGANS AIND TALKING MACHINES 1BVINE MUSIC CO., 973 Market St., MezaaCO.

(W.

meier, Mgr.), 855 Valencia St.

&

Deite Mission 477. F.

CENTEB PIANO MOVERS

T?rode.

(Markowitz Market Props.), 56 McAllister St.

1292.

PIANOS—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL KOESTEB, M. C, 985 Market St.

Prop.; H. A. Burow, Mgr., Douglas 3997.

PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING OLSON BROS..

Piano Movers, 509 Ellis St. Franklin 2633. Residence phone Market 964. Also baggage moving and storage.

PIANOS AND MUSICAL INSTRU-

MENTS

HAUSCHTT.nT MUSIC

CO.,

Ill

Kearny

St.

Sntter 2150.

2867.

329 Sixth Ave.

Notions

484.

Hobart

CO..

496.

PLANING MILLS ANDERSON BROS., 2399 Powell. EMPIRE PLANING MILLS, 750 Kearny

Sutter 6456.

Bryant

St.

770.

PLATING WORKS SAN FRANCISCO PLATING WORKS, 1351 Mission St. Nickel Plating.

Amalgam

Western

Market 2915. Silver

1349Gold, Silver.

Plated

Ooppfer-

Plates.

Pacific

Sales

MFG. Agent,

CO.. S. H. Medart. Bialto Bids. 404

Sutter 4387.

PLEATING. EMBROIDERY BUTTONS AND HEMSTITCHING FASHTON PLEATING AND EMBROIDERY WOBKS, 116-118 Geary St. Kearny 3859.

PLUMBERS, STEAM. AND GAS FITTERS BRODIE, THOMAS —2119 California. West 2C02; 2525.

4641.

Pacific

Chimney Tops.

near Franklin Roofing and Carrying All

Fillmore

St.,

residenee,

Tinning,

Anto Service,

Repairs.

CROWN PLUMBING Pacific 4921.

GAIN FORD &

CO., 800 Clement Jobbing promntlv attended to. REYNOLDS. 1281 Ninth Ave.

Sunset 2125. GT T TEY-SCHMID CO.. 905.

198

Orrs

St.

Market

WM. P., 4640 Geary St. Pacific 753. Also Sheet Metal Works. KLIMM, FRANK J.. 221 Oak St. Market Modern Bathrooms add a wealth of 1935. health to the borne. GOSS*

PIANO TUNER BAOKMANN. EMIL,

CO., 687 Guerrero St.,

Market

Kearny

803-04.

MED ART, FRED

PIANO MOVERS CIVIC

&

PLAYGROUND APPARATUS

PIANO MANUFACTURERS PIANO

Sut-

and steel

pipe:

Douglas 1400.

DEITEMEIEB

P.,

Nineteenth. and Pipe Repairing.

Pianos bought, sold and repairing, tuning and renting.

nine Floor.

C.

corner

Bldg.,

FBAZIEB & McCONNELL, 315 Sutter. 4991. Sole Agents for Ivers & Pond HEINE PIANO CO.. 37 Stockton St. 24

HEININGBR,

MONTAGUE PIPE AND STEEL

PIANOS

WM„

CO., 444 Market St.

PIPES AND SMOKERS' A7STICLES

CO., M.

212 Stockton E. J., Pres., Kearny 4513. Elec. light bath cabinets mfg., sold and rented: large asst. of sizes. WALTER'S SURGICAL CO., 393 Sutter St. Douglas 4017.

STATHAM,

WORKS

4240.

ter

Stevens,

all

FITTINGS AND

CO.. Second and Bramian

PIPE SCHAW-BATCHER

SUPPLIES STEVENS HEALTH INVENTION

44-18.

Sutter 2989.

Frank-

711 Ellis St.

Kneitt cure specialist.

PHYSICIANS' AND HOSPITAL

3254.

—VALVES,

Harry

CO., Sutter

St.

STEAM SUPPLIES

Sts.

PHYSICIANS— HYDROPATHIC

dorsed by

PIPE

SUPPLY

Howard

REPUBLIC SUPPLY

WILLMANN. AUGUST, lin 4415.

WESTERN

Levitt, Mgr., 549

Guerrero

Mission 30.

St.

PIPE—VALVES AND PITTING 8 GREAT

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

7G

PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FIT-

TERS —Cont'd

CALDWELL, GEO.

IC. 448 Monadaock Bldg. Garfield 247; residence. Sunset 2840. LUBLIN KB, G. W., & CO., 151 Eddy St. Supply Materials for Franklin 7741.

I^KTTiCH,

J.

We

Hotel<«

and Apartment Houses.

MEEHAN, SILVA,

1055 O'Farrell St., near Van Franklin 5992. Park 8257. J., 504 Gough St.

P.,

Ness Are. A.

Residence phone Park 4609.

SZANIK.

West 2888. 1714 O'Farrell St. CHARLES F., 1912 Divisadero St.

S.,

WATSON, West

H., PLUMBING AND HEATJessie St. Sutter 3580.

PINKBRTON, J. ING CO., 110

CROCKER,

Also Stationers. A. CO., 440 Sansoine St. Douglas 4185. Res. phone Franklin 5618. 3550.

DUDDY, GEORGE

FREYGANG PRINTING GILMARTIN

& CO., 857 Mission St. RICHMOND SANITARY MANUFACTURING E.

Garfield 1684.

KEYS, BBNJ.

CO., C. H. Johnson, Mgr., 403 Rialto Bldg. Sutter 1070. Largest Pole Dealers in the World in Telephone, Electric Light and Power Poles.

POLISH St.

Also

Market

Print-

1190.

Publishing and Bookbinding. SANDERS PRINTING CO., 443 Pine St. Douglas 2322. Specializing in Commercial Printing.

PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS Sutter 217-19 Lick Bldg. Invitations and Announcements, Engraviug, Printing and Embossing. L.,

Wedding

HINER. CHARLES

L., 526 Underwood Bldg. Catalogue Illustrating, Ma-

Douglas 4844.

chinery Specialist.

MORAN

CO., Main Office, 83 Plant at South San Francisco.

Bluxome

St.

Sutter 25.

CO., INC., 315

Wash-

Douglas 3394.

POULTRY AND EGGS St.

CO., 689 Stevenson St. Market 1190. Printing, Publishing and Bookbinding. RITEWAY PRINTING CO., Leo Ferrogiaio, Gen. Mgr., 343 Front St. Sutter 1977. VAN COTT, W. S. & CO., 445 Sacramento St.

Douglas 2619.

Kearny

2406.

Market

66 Elgin Park.

A.,

4540.

PRINTERS AND STATIONERS

POULTRY AND GAME St.

RAMSEY-OPPENHEIM CO., 618 Mission St. Sutter 1172. RECORDER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING

WOLFF LOUIS

Live and Dressed Poultry and Eggs.

238 Davis

Printing in Foreign

Douglas 855. Languages.

POULTRY—WHOLESALES

BROS.. 430 Front

DULFER PRINTING CO., 560 Mission St. Douglas 2377. INTERNATIONAL PRINTING CO.. 330 Jackson St.

PORK PACKERS

HARBAUGH & CO.,

RECORDER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING

PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS Folsom

1415

CO.,

Park 1393. Furniture and Auto Polish. Sweeping Compounds.

ington St.

Kearny

St.

CO.. R. C. Melvin. 19 Leldesdorff St. Douglas 2679. All classes of Bookbinding, Printing and Engraving. MYSELL-ROLLINS BANK NOTE CO., 32 Clay Sutter 6450. St.

5637.

NATIONAL POLE

CALIFORNIA POULTRY

Mission

560

P.,

Paper Manufacturers and Paper Ruling.

DETOY, LEO

POLES

LAOKO SPECIALTY

CO., 83-85-87 Stevenson St., near

ing,

Sutter 4545.

CO., 441 Second St.

Howard

CO., 1322-28

Market 2807. Also Lithographers and Paper Folding Boxes.

St.

CO., 689 Stevenson St.

PLUMBING SUPPLIES P.

P. CO., 442 Sansome St. Specialty Bookbinding. H. S. CO., 565 Market St. Kearny

2456.

MASON PRINTING

PLUMBING — KEATING AND POWER PLANTS

SANFORD

Kearny

2871.

908.

O'HAIB,

PRINTERS AND BOOKBINDERS

HALL-GUTSTADT

Douglas 1163.

CO., 565-67 Mission St. Sut-

Kearny

ter 4606.

1314.

POWDER COMPANIES

PRINTING INKS

DU PONT DB NEMOURS. E. I.. & CO., INC., Chronicle Bldg., 6th floor. Sutter 6640. GIANT POWDER OO., THE, 807 First Na-

PRINTING INK AND GOLDEN WEST Weiss, COMPOSITION, T.

tional

Bank Bldg.

Kearny

1778.

"Every-

thing for Blasting."

HECTOGRAPH

and Stencil Inks.

HERCULES POWDER CO., J. B. Rice, manager; 10th floor. Chronicle bldg. Douglas 2330. TROJAN POWDER CO., 624 Crocker Bldg. MAFFEI Sutter 3951.

CO..

028 Bryant

St.

Market 2289.

PRINTERS

CURTIS,

5 City Hall Ave,

Third St. Kearny Publishing end Engraving. BAHLS, 330 Jacason St. Kearny

Printing,

1888.

I

OCR NGAB CHY & China lish.

I0AGLH

1110.

CO., 920 Grnnt Ave. Translation Chinese and Eng-

Rubber Stirnps.

PRINTING

Park 2781.

CO.,

PALMEB PRESS, lin

3W>.

McAllister

St.

CO.. THE (Posters). Sutter 402. THE, 1120 Polk St. Frank-

KRANOTS- VALENTINE 777 MiSHfoa St.

59

628

Colombo Market.

BRUNS,

AE/mOV &

Montgomery. Sutter 4879. Douglas 1281.

CO., 440 Davis.

ARMENIO, FRANK, 375.

ABINGDON PRESS, THE, Market 72. ALEXANDER, H. M., 48

&

PRODUCE—WHOLESALE

PRESERVES

5829.

PRODUCE D. V., 550

ROSSI, F. B.

PURITAN PRESERVE

J.

Mgr., 601 Sansome St. Garfleld 730. Marking

J.

O.

C.,

WM.

Beans, 1822. fnlfa Feed.

Front St.

Garfleld

Stall 1.

143-150 Clay

St.

Kearny

A. CO.. 400 Front St. Kearny Potatoes and Onions and Al-

DUNBAR-HANSBN CO., 330 Drumm St. Kearny 1683. ENOS. FRANK S., 88 Clay St. Kearny 5965. JACOBS, MALCOLM & BURTT. 101 Washington St.

Sutter 6810.

Calif.

Wholesale

LARZELERE, SWEENEY CO., 203-5 Drum St. Kearny 178. 20 W. Weber Ave., Stockton, Dealers

Potatoes

and

THE.

510 Battery

St

Onions.

LAYTON, JOHN Garfield 180.

LEUTZINGKR Sutter 747.

&

CO.,

LANE,

Also Honey.

324

Drumm

St,

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY XjKVz & CO., A. K. Levy, Mgr., 44x Davis Kea'nv 572. Also Jobbers. PORTER, D. H., & SONS, 426 Front Donjrlas

1464.

WESTERN PRODUCE

00.,

Market St.. Kearny 2477,

112

314 Santa Marina Bldg. Beans, peas end Lentils.

PUBLIC UTILITIES CALIFORNIA POWER

St.

St.

NORTHERN

CONSOLIDATED, W.

Wbaley, Mgr., 995 Market

CALLAGHAN,

Douglas 1518.

St.

PAWNEE INDIAN MEDICINE

2147.

CO., Prank P. Mission St.

Howard

Public

H. M., CO., 143 Second

St.

PUMPS, IRRIGATION, MINING

MUNICIPAL

GILBERT, MAUDE, American Bldg.

Garfield 929.

National

PRICE, G. W.,

Bank

ing.

277,

mimeograph, specifications and reporting. CO., 1046 Monadnock Bldg. Douglas 1539. Multigraphing and Mimeographing.

MULTIGRAPH PUBLICITY M.,

CO.,

33

Gas engines,

709

New

Sutter 726.

Call

PUMPS REPAIRED

Russ

235 Montgomery St. Douglas 3256. Dictaphone Service and Mimeograph. MALTRY, C. N., 647 Mills Bldg. Garfield 1562. MILLER & LAWSON, 412 Mechanics' InstiKearny 4271. tute Bldg., 57 Post St. Shorthand, typewriting, depositions, lectures, Bldg.,

ALICE

PUMP & ENGINE

Stevenson St. Kearny 2375. biaiiouary ana porta Die.

AND

Dictaphone transcrib-

LOVE NTH AL, GERTRUDE H„ room

STRONG.

Kearny

School text books.

4089.

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS

sta.

Weigh Master.

PUBLISHERS, EDUCATIONAL ROWS,

PROPRIETARY REMEDIES 2476

CO..

Edw.

M. G., Ninth and Bryant

Market 6946.

Sutter 2361. We Solicit and Deliver to Hotels and Restaurants.

prop.,

P. Deterg, pres.,

PUBLIC WKIGHEKS

Produce and Shipping:—-Wholesale DRAVILLAS & C4TS0ULIS, 434-436 Davis St.

Burgess,

77

Bldg.

EVANS.

C. H.. 1328.

& CO

191

Kearny Deep well pumps made and repaired.

PUMPS AND WELL SCREENS LAYNE &

RftWI.RR

OORP

Marlrot Bt

Sutter 2498.

PUMPING MACHINERY PLATT IRON WORKS,

W. Eichelberfer, Sutter 6615.

K.

Mgr., 401 Rial to Bldg.

.

Telephone your

Fremont Rr and surfaced

"WANT" ADS to the

Chronicle SUTTER

7000

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

78

R —

RADIATORS AND HOUSE HEATIN« REAL ESTATE COUNTRY LANDS BOILERS CAREY, F. W., 430 California st. Kearny

AMERICAN RADIATOR

W. NOBLE,

CO., H.

Town send

Mgr., 2d and

Kearny

Sts.

5680.

CO., W. H. Wattis, Pres. and Mgr., 824 Phelan Bldg. Sutter 1394.

RAILWAY EQUIPMENT nia

B., SALES AGENCY, Garfield 1566.

st.

244 Califor-

NATIONAL SAFETY APPLIANCE Post St.

CO.,

57

Sutter 007.

UNITED COMMERCIAL

CO., F. L. Bolsford, Mgr., 901 American National Bank Bldg. Sutter 4805.

HEWITT

CO.. THE, Chas. E. Bransdon, PaCoast Mgr., 141 Clara. Sutter 4658. KOPPKL SALES CO.. INC., Pacific Coast Rep. of Koppel Industrial Car and EquipKearny 4200. ment Co., Rlalto Bldg. cific

RAILWAY SUPPLIES FOR RAILWAY EQUIPMENT MALLEABLE

CASTINGS

CO., John H Jnschka, Mgr., 705 Monadnock Bldg. Sutter 681. Malleable iron castings of all descriptions for all purposes. .

RANGES AND FURNACES MONTAGUE RANGE AND FURNACE 826-830 Mission St.

CO., G.

THE..

L?Roy

Prep.;

merienl St.

H«rvey, Douglas 1970.

P.

CO.,

C

CO.,

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE A. J.. 535 Valencia St. Park 6191. Also exchanges. BOODY, W. E. & CO.. 370 Bush St. Kearny 2026.

CHIPMAN, W.

F..

Bldg., 625

906

Merchants'

Market

National

Kearny 12m. BANKER, 235 Montst.

COLDWELL, KERN & gomery St. Sutter 1285. HIND CO., John C. Graham,

Vice-Pres. and Mgr., 245 Montgomery St. Douglas 573. Specialty of country lands. McDlARMID, WM. G., 3212 22d St. Mission 542.

GIOVANNINI.

DANIEL.

253

Russ

Bldg.

Kearny

2161. & CO., northwest corner 29th Mission Sts.. 2 29th St. Mission 3452.

TAMO NY

S.

and

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS AVER, E. J.. 351 Russ Bldg. Kearny 3309, GRAY. LEE L., 317 Sharon Bldg. Douglas 968. TROPLOWITZ. 129 Sutter St. Kearny 316.

REAL ESTATE. INVESTMENTS, LOANS Kearny

Sec,

B.

BEIRNE,

HOLLMAN, FRED Bruguiero. 582 Com

BYRNE, CHA8.

A., 2976 Mission St. Mission property a specialty.

3831.

Spe-

Hubbard, Pres., 919 Hooart Bldg. Douglcs 1005. N. C. park 7259. Buyers and sellera of California and Oregon lands.

Garfield 1422.

REAL ESTATE BRUGUIERE

Insurance.

CALIFORNIA LAND SECURITY

Bank

RAILWAY SUPPLIES

NATIONAL

and

HEAL ESTATE—FARM LANDS

RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION UTAH CONSTRUCTION

KINO, H.

3244. Real Estate cialty in Ranches.

CUR RAN & ROBINS, 222 Kearnv. Sutter 543. DARRIMON, H. G. 2104 Market. Market 2247. FOWLER. CHAK G., 23* Montgomery St.. f

Russ Bldg. Sutter 1265. Oil, timber and mining lands. HBLBUSH, H. H. & CO., 75 Sutter St. Sut-

SL

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS BARLOW,

Mission

W., 45 Montgomery Also Investments.

343.

C.

U..

REALTY

RHINE.

S.

&

Montgomery dress.

CO., St.

628

Mont-

Chronicle

Bldg.

CO..

gomery St. Douglas 4672. GETZ, SOL. & SONS, 328 Kearny 1067.

255-256 Russ Bldg.. 235 Home adKearny 4436.

120 16th Ave.: Pacific 2403.

114

ter 2927.

INCOME PROPERTIES

CO., O. A. Brown. Mgr., Garfield 111!. 1111 Hobart Bldg. Dealers and owners of city and country real estatB.

INGLESTDE REALTY

CO.,

1401

Ocean Ave.

Randolph 1132.

KAUFMAN, LEO G., 137 Powell St. 2238. MERCED COI NTY FARMS CO., 46

Kearny Kearny

Kearny 2921.

St.

RHINE,

A. 390

A. (formerly Rhine, Albert A., CO.). Post st. Douglas 5976. RUCKER, JOS. H. & CO., a corp., 79-81-83 Post St. Sutter 4949. Private exchange connecting all departments. Established 1874, Incorporated 1901. SHAFFER. G. L.. MISS. 830 Sutter St. Prospect 2710. High class leasing and selling.

SOUTH

RAN

PROVEMENT

2K

FRANCISCO LAND & IMCO.. W. J. Martin, Gen. Mg-..

Hearst RWg. Slitter 2*25. n. K. & CO., 2« Montgomery.

EPKCT.

Sut


REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE

ASHTON & GARDINER,

real estate and inagents. 224 Powell St. Kearny 2937. Efet. 1856. Special attention given to care of real estate and collection of rents and insurance. BURNS. B., CO., 3460 Mission St. Mission 6571.

surance

CENTER & SPADER,

DONDERO, C, 3832 California St. S599. Also exchanges. MacADAM, M. V. B. CO.. INC.: 58 St.

WERNSE

Pacifie

Sutter

Douglas 232.

MERRIMAN, E. S., 308 Crocker Bldg. Douglas 4337. WEISSBBIN BROS. & CO., 582 Market St» Douglas 2886. MOYER. ALLEN. 315 Bush St. Kearny 19tf, Also leasing. WIT SON. WILLIAM J.. 511 Clmrlestown Bldg., 251 Kearny St. Sutter 5977. WRIGHT. J. W & CO.. 228 Montgomery St Douglas 4430.

URBAN REALTY AND IMPROVEMENT

CO.. .fofi. A. Leonard, Pre*, and Mgr., 85 Cerritns Randolph 2752. Ave. Residence: 90 CedfO A\C. & INGRAM, soite 873 Monadnock Bid*. Kearny 146. Richmond city business property.

Kearny

660 Market St.

607.

RED CROSS AMERICAN RED CROSS Bureau of Supplies), Douglas 2172.

AMERICAN RED CROSS Room

328, Flood Bldg.

(Pacific

26

Division

Montgomery (Pacific

st.

Division),.

Douglas 2172.

.

.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 8AN FRANCISCO CHAPTER, AMERICAN RED CROSS (Civic Center Division), Civic Saa Francisco. Park 8600. Salvage Department, 39 Oak st. Telephone Market Center,

1700.

CO., 10054 Monadnock Bldg. Douglas 2097. Refrigerators for All Purposes.

RESTAURANTS AND CAFES RESTAURANT, S

pect 2664 B A S OH ETT I S

B.

J.

511513

"

BEE HIVE RESTAURANT, 459 Douglas 2650. BOARDMAN'S DAIRY LUNCH, more

BONINI'S MANGER, Washington

CAFE-BAKERY

CALIFORNIA Haub

1714

Fill-

Prop.,

609

(Charles

Mgr.), 12 Sacramento Also Bakery.

CALIFORNIA

(Charles

CAFE-BAKERY

Haub

Mgr.), 1515 Fillmore Also Bakery.

(Charles C. West 5845

st.

^riT^P T RESTAURANT. som St. ^ Valencia 1002 J

C.

Douglas 1834

st.

Also Bakery.

C.

Kearny

st.

CAFE-BAKERY

Mgr.), 45 Powell

E7L

AND LUNCH ROOM. J. Turk 353L ORPHEUM ANNEX CAFE,St.JohnFranklin D f# ft 7 F&rTeU 8t S »* ter S858-SG10: rJZZ?Hr^ ORPHEUM J^ GRILL, Peter Zacharatus 0J

RESTAURANT, N. V. Jancich Prop., 1247 Stockton St. Kearny 5515 CHARLES' FASHION G R I LIU Pol in Bros 3 2' F arre11 St Sn« er 8732. pt^v^'JICITY HALL RESTAURANT, Stephen 1

i

WVS 447 Powell

11

St.

-

O'Farrell

Pnces

lli

Kearny

St.

Well

238.

Reasonable.

ER k 0A. F CAFE 81 Ed(J y °^fI 1864 Oysters, Lobsters and

& indo,

Known. Kearny Our

St.

Crabs

PANAMA OYSTER HOUSE,

Guppv & Lorenzo, Props., 317 Kearny St. Douglas 831. Sea foods of all kinds received twice dallv (Joe Sa-

PANAMA CANAL RESTAURANT Mgr.),

rn^aha,

30 Embarcadero

Douglas

st.

R rs LOUVRE CAFE, John De ano Powell

Ellis

Leon, Mgr.. Sutter 8823

Sts.

H5ARL OYSTER HOUSE, THE. P. J Martina, Prop., 418 Pine St. Donglas 4788 PORTO LA LOUVRE RESTAURANT, 18 PoV »11

Douglas 770.

St.

SHASTA GRILL. Dan

Maroudan, Prop., 308 Kearny. Garfield 1545. Open 11-2, business men's lunch. Special dinners on Sunday and holidays.

Prospect

Sts. *

Market 7479 9

Sabovich

'

12

St and

61-62.

T>T,^NDID GRTLL. 1063 Market

Gleee,

St.

Prop.,

SOLARI'S, FRED. GRILL, Geary and Mason

-

Market

G S ILL

rF^

^.ITTH. R. S., Entrances at 632 20th 22S9 3d St. Market 3777.

2300 Fol

CENTRAL

Prop.. 1203

Apostolos Costas,

7K& WAY RESTAURANTAveT(P. West Lavaclct

'A

CALIFORNIA

Douglas 984

Specialty.

(Charles C Douglas 1834

st.

'

-

St.

895.

39 Powell

Also Bakery. 1848.

Jackson

Folsoni

Bonini,

CAFE-BAKERY

Mgr.),

Haub,

E.

Kearny

St.

CALIFORNIA

-

St.

1282 Oolf'en Gate

p xtJ^° NEW "

Fillmore 3961.

St.

Haub

B.

Pvoa '

-

533

Douglas 1827.

St.

St

-

CITY RESTAURANT,

Psaltes,

Bilaser,

Jones

RESTAURANT,

'

^

VEW

MeCR AY REFRIGERATOR

Ai 8,

CAFE Cardnla, St. Kearnv 4"10 RESTAURANT. 1737 Sutter V e 68C7 H Mat^uno, Mgr. vr?va, y, MINT RESTAURANT, A. Paul, Mgr.. 616 28.)

M IN ATOZUS1HI Commercial

REFRIGERATOHS

B

00 'T^n^^-^f^ Prop., O'Farrell

79

-props..

Garfield 2164

2682.

Market

St.

First-Class

Service.' Special Lunch, 11-2. Private Booths for Ladies. T. GERMAIN. G. Ponchan & Co., 60 Ellla ^t. Sutter 2980. STATES RESTAURANT. THE. Pacific Bldg.,

AB LUNOH R06M 306 M St Market and Fourth its. Douglas 5106 Kea^ mo WADA, O., 894B Washington at Kearny EI TE C F K *"ze. Pres. and n 5837. d £ £\, TNC " Mart,n TT-ZTNKA ND CAFE, 168 O'Farrell 8t D °UglaS 5785 Family Re^t'auranP Douglas 560. ET K RESTAURANT, N. Draeopoulous, "ALLEY RESTAURANT, THE, 131 M&rket iIfl^ ^i Mgr., 513 Cortland Ave. Mission 6584. St. Sutter 8921. FERRY CAFE AND RESTAURANT, WEBER'S BAR AND GRILL, 71 Third St J. EmN

'

^

*

"

met Hayden, Joseph V. Collins. Props., 34 Market St. Kearny 2954. A Nice Place to

when near the Ferry. FIOR D'lTALIA RESTAURANT, Dine

Msrr.,

I. Del Monte, Douglas 1504 GRILL, 71 Union Square

Ave.

West

Sutter 8509.

FASHTON RESTAURANT,

Post St.

65

Kearnv 4536.

CHINA, 1538 Geary St

9094.

RICE MILiLS

492 Broadway.

FRED'S TAVERN GT'S'

Kearnv 5950.

WONG PEW, THE

NATIONAL RICE MILLS,

112 Market

St

Sut-

ter 1157.

PACIFIC RICE MILLS. 24 Bluxome St

Gar-

field 277. HARRISON CAFE, W. Karabas, Prop., 714 Harrison St. Douglas 4166. "r RICE AND FEED RESTAURANT, T. Pelantix, 1505 £ F\ St. Haight Park 6321. A. GREEN, W. CO.. 277 Pine St. Sutter 4625. HOME RESTAURANT. W. R. Bntler Prop., >°34 Polk St. Franklin 6136. RUTTING ACADEMIES HUNOARTAN KOSTIER RESTAURANT, M. Silver & L. Bernzaft, 117 Taylor St. Pros- THE RTDTNG SCHOOL. 701 7th Ave. Pacific pect 3229. The best building, equipment and 8222. JACK'S RESTAURANT, E. Blanquie & M. service in America.

Rpflinger, Props., 615 5990.

JA CO PETTI, ftVld

Sacramento

St.

Washington

E., 625-629

Kearny

St.

Gar-

1011.

JAVA RESTAURANT. McAllister

St.

JOHN'S GRILL. Ellis St. K* TT<-AS,

Joe Kntera, Prop., 694

Market

W.

J.

Girard,

Prop..

St.

Market

C.

LE GRANDE COFFEE PARLOR. Pron..

CO.

4"1

Pine

St.

Dousrlas

MEXTOAN GRTLL Tom 1337 Polk St. FranVlin 659S. MAYES OYSTER HOUSE. 1179

LOFTS'

Franklin 1357.

C.

Berkan,

St.

605 Alaska

ROOFERS tto'"'-

crravel prunr^ n^^^rl

14th st. Mnr^t 8418. All roofs a specialty.

PIONEER ASPHALTUM Kearnv

PRTfW Sutter

Dong-

Sutter 1008.

DEAN. TEWTS. 740B Rpcoati^g of

42S4. Louis, Prop.,

OF CALIFORNIA.

Commercial Rldg.

Damico, Prop., 560 BroadSt.

532 Sutter St.

ROCK— CRUSHED NATOMAS

Sutter 8763.

L>F!?ONCn\Ti RESTAURANT, 601 Front Kearny 5044.

E.,

las 442.

57



4585.

way.

VALERTE, MME.

lfiOO.

Douglas 3687. TOM, 1796 Folsom

LA BOHFMTA.

RORES

CO..

634

Clay

St

405.

TITOS. H.. CO.. Rnoflne Contrnrtors, repairHe. fr^e insnection. R5fl-ft~> Momdnock bldg. Sutter 3217; eves., Sunset 1088.

80

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

RUBRER STAMPS

ROOFING CONTRACTORS LKWI8 ROOFING AND ASBESTOS

CO., 110 Roofs painted and Butter 3560. Jessie St. repaired, Walla and Basements water proofed. Mantle and Composition Sanitary Floors. RAPHELD, J. L., ROOFING CO.. 618 Monadnock Bl»lg. Sutter 506.

MOISE KLINKNER

CO.. 368 Market Red rubber stamps.

ter 7040.

st.

RUBBER STAMPS, STENCILS AND BOX PRINTING DIES

ROOFING AND PAINT MANUFAC- TULLY RUBBER STAMP WORKS,

TURERS

Sut-

45 Cali-

Douglas 1935.

fornia St.

PATENT VULCANITE ROOFING

CO., SixMarket 300. Manuteenth and Texas Sts. facturers of Roofing and Paints.

ROOMING-HOUSES ANDREWS, MRS.

RUGS AND CARPETS WALTER,

L. M., 80 Julian Ave.

E.,

1351 Sutter

ROOMING-HOUSE,

Lynch, Mgr., 1075 Post

St.

Meriam

Prospect 1667.

CO.,

539

HOAG, St. pets.

J. G.,

Market

Mission

St.

& CANFIELD.

Franklin 554.

PACIFIC

RURRER GOODS GOODYEAR RUBBER

833

Doug-

St.

RUG MANUFACTURERS

Prospect

st.

4i):W.

RICHELIEU

L.,

Mar-

ket 8458.

MORRIS, MRS.

N.

las 2096.

0. S., 929 Larkin old car-

Rugs made from

RUG MANUFACTURING

Morris, Mgr., 1807 Divisadero St. 3967.

CO., H. Fillmore

Douglas 3456.

RUGS —ORIENTAL

RURRER HEELS MARATHON RUBBER HEEL St.

CO.. 45

Sutter 4808.

Tehama

ALHAMBRA 580.

CO., 1382 Sutter St. Cleaning and repairing.

Telephone your

"WANT" ADS to the

Chronicle SUTTER

7000

Franklin

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

s SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS UNION SAFE DEPOSIT Trust

Market

Co., 11.

Kearny

Ave.

Grant

and

St.

ABBOT, WILLIAM, THE,

cific

West

1301 Fillmore St.

ANDICHOU, sion

Ramsner,

L.

J.

601

Prop.,

Franklin 3956. MAX, 322 Railroad

St.

Mis-

Ave.

6967.

ARRIVAL

& Nelson, Sutter 8639. Barrett & Kelleher, Props.,

SALOON,

Knudsen

Props., 2 Mission St.

AND K. BAR, 598 9th St. Market 3274. BALBOA SALOON, 2300 Greenwich St. B.

BAR

'

James

FRANK

2500

F.,

West

3072.

Pro*.

Kearny

Fulton St.

1504.

POODLE DOG SALOON, THE

67-12.

Larkin

S

H. O'Connor, iL ,H 1201 9th Ave. Sunset 156. PARTRIDGE, F. F., 21 Powell St. 4417.

PERICIC,

SALOONS AMI,

MP

0I

Bldg. of Onion

CO.,

merja,

Prop.,

1232

Grant

U

P.

Are.

PaDe-

Douglaa

RAFAEL, FRANK, 1 Masonic Are. Fillmore 4120. RATTARO. C. & CO., Colraa. Randolph 653. RIGOLETTO SALOON, L. Lindi, Prop., 391 Broadway.

Douglas 4056.

RIMLINGER, DAN, 195 3d St. Kearny 2964. RITZ, ALBERT, 700 Cabrillo St. Pacific 2278 SADDLE ROCK BAR, THE, Louis Buttler. Prop.,

400

Battery.

Kearny

SALT LAKE BAR, 32 7th St. SHEEHAN, WILLIAM B.,

1136.

Park 2489.

BASCHETTTS SALOON, 533 Jackson. Doug2501 24th st. Mission 2984. las 1827. BELL BUFFET, Jules Ramond, Prop., 1900 THE 500 BAR, Byrne & Kahn, Props,, 500 O'Farrell St. Prospect 2165. Polk St. Prospect 8136. BREAKERS BAR, Ellis and Mason, Wlnandy TONY'S SALOON, 98 Brannan st. Douglas 3803. & Martin. Props., 199 Ellis. Garfield 1982. CABIN BAR, 105^ Montgomery St. Sutter

SALMON PACKERS

8887

OAFe"Du NORD, Market

Mils Clonselt,

2170

Mgr.,

Park 6024.

St.

CAPITOL CITY BAR,

G. Malaugh, Prop., Mission 7118. Randolph 4431 Mission.

1199 Evans Ave.

CENTRAL SALOON,

J.

ALASKA SALMON CO., 2165. HUME, G. W. CO.. C. Market.

Sutter 693.

141 Clay St.

Kearny

Hume, Pres., 112 Also fruit packers.

E.

1 248.

CUTTER BAR, THE, 709 las 2954 DAMES & SEEKAMP,

Market

Greenwich

1

St.

Sutter 8833.

DOUBLE-STAMP BAR AND RESTAURANT, Cain D. Meredith, Sutter 8640.

Prop.,

Market

169

DUIOUY & KOSTOVICH SALOON, Oearv. Weft 1793. DWYER, Tom, 800 Kearny St. Kearny EMPIRE BAR, W. Taylor St.

FALSTAFT'

S.

Prospect 4749. SALOON, 601 Front St.

St.

1600

CONTINENTAL SALT AND CHEMICAL 1 Drumm st. Douglas 2653. AMERICAN SALVAGE Kearny

CO.,

Mission

953

St.

3452.

SANATORIUMS— PRIVATE

101

Kearny

00.

SALVAGE AND MARINE BROKERS

3376.

Mgr.,

Grimes,

SALT AND CHEMICALS

Doug-

St.

FONTEILLE MRS.

V., (R. N.), 330 21st Ave.

Pacific 4456.

5044.

FIRST AND LAST SALOON, weber,

Prop.,

2250 Fillmore

Henry

WillFillmore

St.

916.

FRENCH & COEN,

GARIBALDI

2100 3d st. Mission 5061. 526 Columbus ave.

SALOON,

SAND BLASTING SIERRA GLASS Greenwich.

Garfield 1397.

GLEN BUFFET. 2 Turk st. HALF WAY HOUSE, John O.

Franklin 283. Mellberg, Prop.,

828 Inne< Ave.

Valencia 6094. HALKENS, HANS, 698 4th St. Kearny 2834. HARTMANN & PEERS, ZONE BAR, 419 Kearny St. Douglas 3908. HOLMBERG & ANDERSON, 421 Drumm St. Douglas 3769. JELLISON'S BUFFET, A. J. Regnier, Mgr., 10 3d St. Sutter 8612. JUDNICH, M., 580 San Bruno Ave. Park 7194.

KENNEDY & encia

3d

JOHN St.,

A.,

southwest

MA ASS, ANDREW

H.,

Sutter

High-Grade

Liquors,

Sutter 498 9th St. cor.

60

CO.,

Federal.

4463.

WORK

SASH DOORS AND MILL JACOBI. DAVE. 730 Bryant

Douglas 1284,

St.

SAUSAGE CASINGS INDEPENDENT CASING Blondhelm, 3399 3d

CO.. St.

Cnas. Roehm, Mission 2259.

Val-

3767.

KILDAY, 100

St.

Mgr., 1725

SAND SILICA WEDRON WHITE SAND

F.

FINN, 2398 Mission

CO., J. Wright, Franklin 1109.

8949.

Market

3477.

SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS CARIANT SAUSAGE FACTORY. 6t. cific

226 Jackson

The best salame on PaGarfield 193. Guaranteed. Coast.

MASCOT SALOON, Bloomer & Gill, Owners, GIORDANI & RESINELLI. 434 Caitro St. Market 2195. 101 Golden Gate Ave. Park 7515. MURNANE, V., 2000 3d St. Market 4552. HE I NEMAN & STERN. 1040 McAllister St MULLER, HENRY, Cor. Sutter and DivisaAlso beef packers. Park 265. dero Sts. Fillmore 1076. Also cigars and HOME SAUSAGE CO.. corner Sutter and Polk. Also provisions. full line of smokers' supplies. Prospect 4011. NATIONAL BAR AND GRILL, H. Von Bren- LIGURE SAUSAGE FACTORY, A. Dellnrtino, nan,

Prop., 1099 McAllister St.

OLD CROW SALOON. Marty 755

Market

ORENGO, 5265.

St.

Park 5182.

Lewis,

Prop.,

Sutter 8642.

D. L., 2399 Mission

St

Mission

Garfield 1325 and 1337 Grant Ave. Italian Salame and all kinds of 2541. sausages. VERGA, G. & CO., Manufacturers of Italia* Salame, 1301 Grant. Douglas 1960.

Mgr.,

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

82

SCALES

SCULPTORS

DETROIT AUTOMATIC SCALE

Automatic and computing

Sutter 1008.

FAIRBANKS, MORSE &

CO.,

651

scales.

SEARCHER OF RECORDS

630 Mission 8t., corner Sutter 250. CO., Wm. L. Ferdon, Mgr.. 40 California St. Sutter 1685. Commercial scales.

ROLLS. E

STENOGRAPHIC SCHOOL.

Park 1037.

CO., 737-750 store).

(retail

Front

St..

125

Garfield 2374.

SERRO ALLOYS MANUFACTURERS

George C.

NOBLE ELECTRIC STEEL

Turtur. Mgr.; Asst. Mgr., Joseph A. Blackford. 400 Baker. West 1244. Training

St.

Garfield

Market

905

CO..

242.

for boys.

scliool

CHIROPRACTIC

CALIFORNIA W.

A.

Prof.

&

C,

C.

Market S t.

Individual Instruction.

BOYB AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY,

Hall of Records.

L..

SEEDS — WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MORSE,

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Post St.

West

St

Fillmore

Mission.

Douglas 3585.

101

2108

3718.

TOLEDO SCALE CO., New Montgomery. TORSION BALANCE

ALLISON'S, MRS.

EDMUND,

SENN,

CO., 13 Spear.

207 Powell

Richardson,

Kearny

st.

„ rTT T ~J WILLCOX-GIBBS

Pres.,

479.

CHURCH DIVINITY SCHOOL.

and

SEWING

Dean Gresham,

10M Tflvlor st. COLLEGE FRANCAIS,

AND

MACHINES

Snpf.

Res., Prospect 8250. Dr. J. Gontard, Dir., 404 Lick Bldg., 35 Montgomery St. 'Sutter Under auspices of French Govt 4717.

CO.,

504 Sutter St. Douglas 2633. Geiuine Automatic; only office in San Francisco.

L.

Douglas 863.

St.

SEWING MACHINE

,

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS F. RANDOLPH, Dir.. 000 California St. Mason

SFWLNG ~* MACHINES

COLLEGE,

Dean and

SUP-

PLIES CIVILETTL

Stockton

1421

P..

,

Wholesale and

4214.

Kearny

St.

Retail.

French and Spanish taught.

HEALD'S AUTOMOBILE AND ENGINEER ING SCHOOL. W. L. Butler, Mgr., 1220 Post St. Prospect 2910. engineering classes

Automobile and

WATCHMAKING AND ENGRAVING

JULES'

SCHOOL, HUes,

717 Market.

Douglas 5864.

Only school of

Principal.

C. O.

kind

SHEETINGS. PILLOW CASES AND PRINTED PAHRICS RIVERSIDE AND DAN RIVER COTTON

MILLS, M. C. D. Borden & Sons, C. P. Barstow, Coast Rep., 22 Battery St. Sutter 1440.

on

coast.

SHE^t METAL WORKS

KENT LAW SCHOOL,

(28 years L John Goss, Pres.. 815 Phelan Bldg. A. M.. Kearny Day and evening 5988. private school for McALEER. G.. commercial training, 422 Foxcroft Bldg Kearny 3872.

MARY

MILLER'S, MISS, 1031-1038 Phelan Bldg. Garfteld

000.

MUNSON SCHOOL FOR PRIVATE SECRETARIES.

Lucile Smith, Pres., 600 Sutter St. Send for Catalog.

Franklin 306.

AMSLER SHEET METAL WORKS, well St., residence,

near

25 Shot332; Also Patent

Market

Fourteenth.

Randolph

2335.

Chimneys.

BLOOM.

M., 81 Boale

cialist for

st. Sutter 7399. Specreameries and dairies. J., 1830 Dlvisadero St.

BOFOEKSTIArSEN, Fillmore 3208.

IDEAL CORNICE

CO..

Inc.

(Charles E.

Gee,

1040 Howard St. Market 4956. NATIONAL TRAINING FOR CHRISTIAN FORDERER CORNICE WORKS, 269 Potrero 8ERVICB PREPARATION, Haight, two Ave. Market 546. Residence 129 Haight POWER & PIKE CO., 18-22 Main St. Donglas blocks from Market. 4841. Residence: Park Alexander St. C. Pres.),

Sanitary

15"?*.

President.

Stevens,

Kearny

California St.

312.

843

Day and board

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,

Frederick Burk. Board Trustees, Waller and Buchanan Park 2025. Sts K ACRED HEART COLLEGE, Brother Timothy, F. Franklin C, Ellis and Franklin. 8. Pros.

3250.

PRASK. MRS. JOHN

E. D.. 406 Geary st. Prospect 3304. S. F. School of Lip Reading for the hard of hearing.

REES BLOW PIPE MANUFACTURING 340 Seventh U. S.

Hall

and night.

21 Classes day 5716. Continuous session through sum-

ave.

Park

METAL PRODUCE

SWAIN. GEORGE,

Room

785

Garfield 1100.

804.

PHIPOIIILDERS T.. 112 Steuart. Repairing a SrvnMalty.

G. L. Superior

Park 1373. Smith, 634 Stanyan. saddle horses for hire.

SCREENS Phelan Building. Bo r pen«.

Kearny

CO., 310 Sntter 4811. UNION CONSTRUCTION CO., 604 Mission St. tfnn Ernncifco. Sutter 2790: Oakland. Lakeside 8300. SHps. Ship Repairs, Gold Dredges,

Natlonnl

KAN FRANCISCO RIDING SCHOOL,

ULRICK

Kearny

Exhibit—Office: — Window — Porch

A.

Door

SHIP CH\NDLERS EDWARDS, M. A.. 73 Steuart st. Douglas 4407. FOARD-BARSTOW SHIP CHANDLERY CO., Kearny 1248 25 Drumm st. ware, engine room supplies.

WITHERS

HAVISIDE,

Kearny

Stenart St

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCERS BRUNSWICK MANUFACTURING

Bank Bide.

Mining Machinery.

SCHOOLS —RIDING

M'OARVEY.

St.

FOSTER. CHARLES First

VVHELAN SCHOOL OF CALCULATING, St.,

165 Stenart

271.

PACIFIC COAST SHIPBUILDING



SCHOOLS PRIVATE Market

CO., 555 Folsom St.

SHEET METAL WORKS AND SHIP PLUMBING

2fl".

mer.

CO.,

Market 3345.

St.

Market 1150.

WESTERN ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE. City

Gas and Steam

Plumbers.

Fitters.

STANDARD SECRETARIAL SCHOOL,

CO.,

Randolph 1134. 1154 Brunswick St. Articles and Machine Work.

Inc.,

Staple

Sail

&

3643.

Marine hard-

DAVIS.

'8-64

Ship Riggers and

Makers.

HENDRY,

C.

J.,

Co.,

AND

R.,

27

Main

St.

Sutter

6«o^.

WILSON. Kearny

J.

965.

Inc..

133 Stenart St.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 83 SHIP CHANDLERS AND ROPE SHOE MACHINERY YARN UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CORPORABAIN.

C.

las

2T10.

&

E.,

CO.. 58 Sacramento St. Doog-

TION,

8. Wolf. Dist Sotter 4235.

619

Mffr

MimWm

R#

SHOE MANUFACTURERS

SHIPPING AND COMMISSION

POVEY, FRANCIS

J., 1338 Divisadero St. AMERICAN TRADING CO.. 244 California St. Fillmore 49. 8hoes made to order. Douglas 991. DA VIES. THEO. & CO.. Ltd. (C. H. Fairer, Kearny 4700. Mgr), 260 California St SHOES, WHOLESALE DYER CO 51<» Cnllfornl.i St Garfield 55^ CAHN-NICKELSBDRG & CO., 300 Mission St. HELM & CO., 311 California. Gnrfield 376. Garfield 490. Also rubber footwear. SWAYNE & HOYT, Inc.. 430 Sansome St. EGAN, E. J. & CO., 143 Bush St. Kearny 2000. Kearny 4602. HELM & CO., 311 California St. Garfield 376. WTTT ox T AMR MARVTW C*r\ u „ a, m ^ HAMMER & CO., Clay and Front Ste. Sutter w xi-ii^i Asxia-tn.A.ti v iri tu *io Battery St- SutSt.

. .

.

,

ter 844.

254.

SHIP RIGGERS GLAVANICH, NICHOLAS

SHORTHAND REPORTER

154 Steuart St. General Contractors,

Sutter 2340.

G.,

POTTKB, STEPHEN,

SHIPS M I Til S Kearny 2312. »9 Brannan St. Ship Machinist and Blacksmith.

GEIB,

H.,

E.

R., J. R. 965.

WILSON,

&

F.,

CO.. 16 California St.

—EXPORTS IMPORTS

SHIPPING

LINDERMAN. FRED,

110 Market St. Kearny

SHIPPERS AND FORWARDERS E.. Berry, D. T., 461

Douglas 3464.

ket St.

Mar-

Railroad and Marine.

SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR MAN UFACTTJRERS HEGER,

Douglas 3641.

D. 0.. 118 Kearny.

SHIRTMAKERS, CUSTOM PINTO,

E., CO., 45

Kearny

SCHNEIDER, FRED.

J.,

SWAN, TUB. PAINTER, lOi 4

R.

&

Odd Follows' Bldg.

SIGNS DOBSON, H.

283,

18 7th.

Twenty

AND SHOW CARDS F.,

470 Valencia

St.

Market

SILVERSMITHS OF NICKEL

PLATED WARE

MANNING. BOWMAN & 15C Post St.

SHOE STORES BOSTON SHOE STORE.

I.

st.

Mission 7382.

FERRARI, JOE.

2438 San Bruno Ave. RanAlso repairing. FILLMORE BOOTERIE, Roderick M. Rogaway, Mgr., 1561 Fillmore St. West 7600. FIT-EEZE SHOE CO., 1140 Market st., opp Rialto Thenter. Market 769. Men's, wom178.

en'^ anrl children's shoes.

BURTON INSTITUTE, lin

CO., INC., E. Schaefer, Mgr., 48 Kearny St. Kearny 4526. LEWIS SAMPLE SHOE CO., INC., I. K. Lewis, pres.. 4th floor Pacific Bldg. Donglas 2918. Shoes sold at retail at saving prices.

ROSENTHAL'S,

INC.. 151-163 Post St. and 734

Kearny 4900.

St.

Sn ANAHAN. W.

P. & CO.. 250-254 Market St. Also Repairing. SHOE CO., 1717 Post St. West

3005.

URAKAWA

978 Sutter St.

Frank-

2077 Sutter St.

Wesf

7084.

CAMERON, MRS.

B.,

4524.

SMELTERS NATIONAL SMELTING St.

FLORSHEIM-SCHAEFER SHOE E.

CO., Merid-en, Conn.,

Douglas 257.

SKIN SPECIALISTS

Glaser, Mgr.. 1356

Stockton. Douglas 4045. BURKE, H.. 1038 Valencia Foots, shoes and rubbers.

1329.

Market

dears' Experience.

CO., 515 Market St.

Sutter 1224.

Kearny

Kearnr



SIGNS ELECTRIC BRUMFIELD ELECTRIC SIGN CO.,

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS

Market

765 Folsora.



9252.

ULMAN, VTCTOR

dolph

CO.. 1617

SIGNS

Kearny 5226. 325 Bush St. DougFinest imported

Market 5829.

xjim ijx w \s\ju i/Ativiwu UU., Frank Mackay, prop., 141 Eighth St. Park 5540. Raised letters and machine carving. ROBINSON, OSCAR M., 152 Fourth St. DougCommercial signs. las 5100.

St.

Shirts to order.

las 2976. fabrics.

309 Florida St

SHOW CASE MANUFACTURERS Mission St.

2226.

STANTON, LEWIS

& SON,

A.,

Cabinet work.

DIAMOND PATENT SHOW CASE

AND

Sutter

SHOW CASES Market 4217.

Suiter 1228.

Kearny St

153

1997.

HERTENSTEIN,

SHIPPING EXPORT AGENT CONNOR. FRED

M.,

S.

133

Inc.,

Kearny

Sttnart Sc.

Kearnr

SHOW CARDS KERRISON,

SHIP STORES BREMNER, W.

214 Buss Bide.

CORP., 554 Bryant

Sutter 6605.

SOAP MANUFACTURERS LUCY,

& C,

NAPA SODA

CO.,

G. R. ket 1001.

101 San Bruno ave. Mar-

SODA 1118 Mission St.

G.

H. T. Jackson,

Market

pres.,

117.

SODA FOUNTAIN MANUFACTURERS AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Tufts, Mgr., 680 Mission St.

CO.. E. L. Sutter 175*.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

84

SOFT DRINK MANUFACTURERS BO

& SON,

A.

I'll.

Hampshire Aicobolic. UK It LI II V,

Pacific Coast Agents, 2015 Mission 800. lronbrew, Non-

St.

JAMES,

Western

Bottling

3130 Army St. Mission 5320. N AI'A SODA GINGER ALE, G. H.

COMPANY,

PlugB, 1235 and 1237 pect 1621.

Berry

Spark

Van Ness Ave.

Pros-

NATIONAL SPONGE AND CHAMOIS Clay

CO.,

Sutter 3299.

St.

SEXTON.

State Employment Dept.. 241 Pacific Bldg. Garfield 1600. Mrs. L. M. Hall, manager Women's Dept. WEINSTOCK, HARRIS. Director State Market Bureau, 606 Underwood Bldg. Sutter 6577. Also Director State Fish Exchange.

McOEENEY

20C7

San

SPRINGS CO.. 888-90 Folsom St. SutManufacturers of high-grade auter 6472. tomobiles and auto truck springs, also coil springs.

PETZOLD,

LINE. 3 Fifth

St.

Kearny

5309.

H.,

1010 Fillmore St.

&

PAUL.

Kearny

Sutter 2094.

St.

CO., B. S. G. Mgr., 214 Front St. Sutter 3514.

Collins,

HALLIDAY, W. cia

St.

Kearny

BOOKBINDERS

PAYOT-STRATFORD & KERR. St.

Sutter

Industrial Welfare Commission, Underwood Bldg. Sutter 2538. FRISBIE, GERALDINE E.. president Woman's Relief Corps Home Association, 504 Hugo st. Sunset 2524. Home located at Officer

Evergreen, Cal.

HOWARD.

A., Secretary

6i8

SIMMONS,

Commissioner,

MCLAUGHLIN.

R. P., State Oil and Gas SuFerry Bldg. Kearny 335.

R.

&

St

CO., 332 Pine

Sutter

Executive Officer of Protection Board, Underwood B.,

Cattle Sutter 5819. PICKERSON, A. G., Chief Deputy State CorKearny poration Dept., 411 New Call Bldg. 1772.

Sansome

343

St.

Sutter 1724.

STEAMSHIP ACTS. AND BROKERS NORTON. LILLY &

485

CO..

California

St.

Sutter 752.

STEEL Bldg.

Sutter

1564.

CO..

516-540 Rialto

Open hearth

steel.

ROWNSON. DPL'W & CLYDESDALE. 10i?-i0l4 American National Machinery Kearny 4?09-4710.

Bank

sixth

floor

Rialto

INC.. Bldg.

exports.

UNITED STATES STEEL PRODUCTS Bldg.

CO.. Sntte?

2"(X>.

STEEL—ERECTION

THE STATE OF

OF CALIFORNIA. Dr. Saxton Temple Pope, Secy, Room 928, Butler Bldg. Douglas 62. State Bldg.

St.

STEAMSHP AGENTS GRACE, W.

entire

1401.

NEWSOM, JAMES

Mission

770

Haines Traps, 629 Hoi Douglas 5497.

PACIFIC COAST STEEL

Garfield Merchants' Exchange Bldg. 1823. Residence phone Pacific 2.182. McCALLUM. J. H.. president Board of State Harbor Commissioners. Ferry Bldg. Kearny

MEDICAL SOCIETY

Market

521

O. M. CO.,

brook Bldg.

Bldg.,

311

pervisor;

AND

MAN UFACTURERS

STATIONERY

EATON. CRANE & PIKE.

State Board

Whitney

St. Sutter 4401. H. Z., State Pilot

2643.

5888.

BDSON, KATHERINE PHILLIPS, Executive STR OTHERS & DIXON,

133 Geary

West

1986 Sutter.

3700.

1447

C.

Valen

A., 2506 Mission St.

1678.

STEAM SPECIALTIES

president Board of Directors of Veterans' Home, 1107 Jones st. Franklin 3152. Location of Veterans' Home, Napa county. BORDEN. I. L.. member State Board of Ag-

Montgomery

Ave.

STATIONERY AND OFFICE

STATE OFFICIALS

Examiners,

Grant

239

CO..

Sutter 4860.

BACKUS, SAMUEL W.,

Dental

Park 3998.

3464.

STERN & STERN,

STARCH AND SYRUPS—CORN

of

Market

STATIONERS, PRINTERS

IIUBINGER BROS.

IIERK1CK, DR.

St

18th

Park 4598.

st.

C, 80 Clay

417

4094

O.,

STATIONERS AND BOOK SELLERS

STARCH MANUFACTURERS

riculture;

R.

STATIONERS AND PERIODICALS

STAIR BUILDERS

J.

G. ItSutter

SUPPLIES

STAGE LINES

BVERDING,

St.

We

552. for sale or hire.

60 13th

CO.,

Full line Crane's stationery. Inks and crayons, magazines and periodicals. RYAN, D. B., 915 Cole St. Park 5975. Carry a Complete Line of Toys. YE GOSSIP. Virginia Judge. Prop.: 142 Powell St. Sutter 8809.

ELDER,

W., 3156 Mission St. Mission Stable supplies. Buggies and wagons J.

S.,

ENVELOPE

Also toys.

STABLE SUPPLIES

L.

St.

4600.

KOBLIK,

PBIRANO,

Washington

1555

Franklin 2550.

TOWNE

BETTS SPRING

"

BROS..

577.

CO.,

Valencia 2661. 8UGIVAMA CO., 1550 Geary St. Fillmore 1656.

RED STAR STAGE

Women's

Da via. Division Mgr.. 416 Second

Bruno.

McTIGUE.

Employment

State

Supt.

B..

O.

PACIFIC COAST

SPORTING GOODS CALIFORNIA GUT STRING

Supt

B..

C.

Bureaus of State; 933 Mission St. Douglas 5200. Men's Dept.. Manager, H. H. Fita-

STATIONERS

SPONGES AND CHAMOIS 418-420

SEXTON,

Bureaus of State.

117.

SPARK PLUGS FRANCIS-STOLL

trustee Monterey custom-house, Fairmont Hotel. Kearny 3900.

gerald.

T. Jack-

Market

sou, pres., 1118 Mission St.

Co.,

PFINGST, FLORENCE PORTER,

WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION liams, 1445.

Mgr.,

519

CO., J. G. WilGarfield; California St.

STEEL PRODUCTS KING, H. Garfield

B., sales agency, 244 California

1506.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY STEEL PRODUCTS MFGRS. WESTERN PIPE AND STEEL

CO.

OF

SUITS CAL..

Kearny 4110.

444 Market St.

Mgr.. I>01 American Sutter 4805.

CO.,

L.

P.

Bldg.

STEEL— REINFORCING 2720.

R. Sims, Cbas. E. Gray, 156 Main St. Garfield 1695.

Montgomery

Hammered

and

shoes

steel

W. Sutter

St.

Sutter

St.

26:i6.

H., 621 Sutter 2750.

St.

INC.,

1463,

1466.

dies.

Nation*]

First

SUGAR MANUFACTURERS ALAMEDA SUGAR

SONS.

t»lzes

SURETY BONDS. INSURANCE

SIMS & GRAY. John

1699

4787

Large

CO. OF NEW YORK, the World's Largest Surety Co.. Frank L. Gilbert, Vice-Pres.. Pacific Coast Dept. 105

Bank Bldg.

STEEL AND IRON FORGINGS

Sutter

St.

Skirts.

ROBERTSON, JOHN

STEEL STRUCTURAL

PENNINGTON. GEORGE

and

NATIONAL SURETY Montgomery

GUNN, EARLE & CO.. successors to Woods. Huddart & Gunn: 444 Market St. Sutter

Props.,

Sutter

154

SURETY BONDS

Boisford,

Bank

National

AND SKIRTS — WHOLESALE

MOSS BROS.,

Suits, Coats, Dresses always iu stock.

STEEL RAILS UNITED COMMERCIAL

85

CO..

310 Sansome

office

Sutter 1160.

SUGAR REFINERIES CALIFORNIA AND HAWAIIAN SUGAR RE-

FINING COMPANY, 230 California St. DougSTEEL AND IRON WORKS las 3380. TWAY BROS., 318 Brannan St. Douglas 2887. HONOLULU PLANTATION CO., Hooker k. Also

Cunard bldg.

Shlpsmiths.

STEERING ENGINES EVANS. ji-V

for

H.

C.

Li Jl

&

191

CO..

Jjl aUO Ivu LLX and ferry boats.

J.UMJ«

river

*J

St.

O ttCi A Life CUgluTTD

Mgr.; 145 Berry St.

CO.. H. J. McThree,

Kearny

252.

STOCKS AND BONDS CO.. A. L. Lorden, Sutter 4853. Mgr.. 716 Phelan Bldg. MANHEIM-DIBBERN & CO., 420 Montgomery St. Sutter 2045. Members of S. F. Stock

and Bond Exchange.

206 First

St.

Edison Storage Battery. INC., 1536 Bush

Prospect 676.

GOULD STORAGE BATTERY CO., 1660 Pine Prospect 2700. St. PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID SALE AND SERVICE, L. Terry,

1441 Bush st. Prospect 2641. prop.; H. Haslam, mgr.

CTOTRTTl A TVTI OTf P, TC!TTC ,

LEVI,

¥T, TYTH"I"I*TK,

F.

243 Seventh St. Market 2216. Store Fronts and Special Furniture. Designs and Exhibits Furnished. MULLEN MFG. CO.. John E. Mullen, Pres., 64

Market 8692.

St.

Sutter

CO., 531 Mission St.

Setter 3235.

STRETCHERS rel ISt.

Douglas 2831.

las

271.

Doug-

WAKEFIELD Sutter

DR.

W.

FRANCIS

Franklin

'

15..

14)65

Diseases of WATKINS, JAMES T., 925 Hyde St., Medical Bldg. Prospect 4100. Orthopedic. WELTY. DR. CULLEN F., Seveuth Floor Shreve Bldg. Douglas 5533. Ear, Nose and Throat. St.

6000.

.MaciviiL
Kearny

Mioo

,

M.,

lso

Butter

ni.

48.

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS WALTERS SURGICAL

393

CO..

Sutter

St.

X-ray apparatus.

SURVEYORS LLOYD'S REGISTER,

J. S. Blaekett. Surveyor; A. P. McNab, Surveyor; P. Mcintosh, Surveyor; A. W. Lawson, Surveyor. 454 California St, Kearny 2139. Surveyors for tne Building and Repairing of Vessels aud Their

SWEEPING COMPOUNDS Twentieth and Ind.

CEDAR SWEEP CO., 416 Harriet St. Park Also Polishing Oils. 2667. LACKO SPECIALTY CO.. 1415 Folsom St. Park 1399.

Also Furniture and Auto Polish.

Also Metal Lockers.

SUBMARINE DIVER, CONTRACTOR A.BRAHAMSEN,

st.

Machinery.

STRUCTURAL STEEL MANUFACTURERS Mission 5230.

291 Geary

R. L.,

2825.

CO., 060 O'Far-

Franklin 5139.

RALSTON IRON WORKS.

St.

ORTHOPEDIC INSTITUTE. A. Gottlieb M. Prospect 59 \. D., 1661 Sacramento St. PLYMIRE, DR., D., BRANDLEY, 948 Market

Douglas 4017.

WOOD AND GAS) MANUFACTURERS

GWIN & FLEX STRETCHER

Geary

291

L., 177 Post St., 800 to Sutter 618. S09 Liebes Bldg. HUNKIN, DR., S. J., 1155 Bush st. FrankOrthopedic. lin 834. JACOBS, DR. S. NICHOLAS, 209 Post St. Hours. 2 to 5 P. M. Sutter 1249.

STOVES (COAL,

GRAHAM. JAMES MFG.

I.,

1892.

SURGICAL APPLIANCES «

S.,

Rausch

BARTLETT, DR. EDWIN

RIGDON, DR.,

EXIDE BATTERY DEPOTS, St.

143 Geary

st.

STORAGE BATTERIES Sutter 2080.

L. CO., J. J. HenkeL Mgr., 139St. Douglas 5161.

HOAG, DR. CARL

FEDERAL ADJUSTMENT

EDISON STORAGE BATTERY,

—Women's

PRUSSIA, W.

SURGEONS

STEVEDORES AMERICAN STEVEDORE

COATS, DRESSES

SUITS,

Fremont

Kearny 3313.

G. O., 165 Steuart St.

Kearny

SYRUPS LONG, H. C, SYRUP ter 3495. Cherries.

Fruits.

CO.. 121 Clay St. Jellies

and

Sut-

Maraschino

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

86

T —

TABLES EXTENSION AND LIBRARY KLOP8TOCK Market

BROS.,

3300-3332 18th Upholstered furniture.

724.

GOTTHEIM * JAxal'A. St.

MACHINE

Hearst Bldg.

Sutter

519

2778.

H., 371 Geary. (Stewart Hotel Garfield 2057. BARON, WOLF, 239 Post St. Douglas 4707. HRUSKA, FRED, 1615 California St. Frank811.

M.,

Sutter

1085

St.

9066.

PRICE,

Room

D., 212 Stockton St. field 1769. Suits to order.

New

464.

Gar

-

spring fab-

Smartest models. ROSENTHAL, A., 220 Stockton rics.

St. Douglas styles. 8IMIN0FF, A., 439 Ellis St. Franklin 1832. SPINNER, A., 1435 Polk St. Franklin 2753. Special reduction on ladies* suite made to order. TILLES, 8.. 317 DIvisadero St. Park 4076.

Advanced

4897.

Also dressmakers. with every garment.

WEINHAUER, FRANK

a

written

guarantee

1393 Sutter

J.,

St.

Post St. Franklin 7207. 424 Geary St. Franklin

Exclusive ladies' tailor. ZEFF, N., 1416 California St. Franklin 4287.

—LADIES*

AND MEN'S

THE, TAILOR,

Park 3206.

Suits

made

to

mento

lvea

Mission 3395. 1656 Sacra-

Prospect 3844. 2149 Steiner St. West 1240. Alterations, cleaning and pressing. GORDON. AL, 158 Eddy St., between Mason and Taylor Sts. Prospect 6172. Work guaranteed. KOHON, PHIL, Prop.. 1571 Vallejo St. Franklin 3792. Garments cleaned, pressed and re-

SMOLE,

S.,

First-class

Workmanship.

1156 Taylor St. Prospect 1795. TAKAHASHI, T, 1817 Sutter St. West 4967. SCHULTZE, JOHN D., 833 Market st., room 216. Kearny 5462. Successor to Thomas Davis Co., maker of fine clothes for ladies J.,

and gents.

ART TAILOR SHOP, a

8373. Cleaning Specialty.

CARFAGNI,

P.,

st.

F.

YOUNG,

Kearny

M., 347 Columbus Ave. Kearny Also Pvelng. Glen-Hog and Pressing. CLANCY, Classy Tailor, 8 Turk st. Prospect 2482. CRAIG & KLEIN, 802-806 Mutual Savings Bank Bldg., 704 Market St. Sutter 1449. Specialize In Scotch Tweeds. BE I.I CA, P. S. & CO.. F. S. De Luca, Prop.. 245 Kearny St. .Sutter 4197. Up-to-Date

2796

Tal'or.

A.

& BRO.,

Sntter 6422.

CORDON TAILORING penheim. 4919.

room

203, tail-

C, 311 Hearst Bldg. Douglas

1850,

Props.,

Stockton St

Lewin Market St.

CO.. L.

928

212

st.,

Kearny 3074.

TAILORING

S.,

Grant Ave.

Garfield

1143-1145

CO.,

2187.

—WHOLESALE

TAILORS, MEN'S

243 Kearny St.

D.,

Douglas 4919.

Ooatmaker.

Kearny 1371

St.

.

TAILORS' TRIMMINGS FORD.

W.

0.

Silks

4731.

R. CO., 164 Sutter St.

2549. Charge for ter

& H.

OpDouglas

Butter

and Tailors' Trimmings.

LENT. WM. H. &

CO..

25 Kearny St. SntNo Additional

One Price Only. Small Cuts.

TALKING MACHINES COLUMBIA GRAPH APHONB 00, M. F. Douglas 3524. Mil 'or, Mgr.. 130 S'H*er St. HEINEMAN. OTTO. PHONOGRAPH CO., 300 Monadnock Bldg.

Also phonograph records. 109 Stockton

PFONOGRAPW S^OP, THE.

Sonoras, Vlctrolas and

Garfield 1250.

St.

Records.

Victor

TALLOW WORKS ROYAL TALIOW WORKS.

Joseph Gardenne, Mission 8673.

Prop.. 1490 Evans.

TAM ALE, ENCHILADA, ETC., MANUFACTURERS WORKMAN PACKING

CO.,

Market

W.

Paulsen. Deviled

P.

IXL

367.

Meat and IXL Liver Paste.

TANK MANUFACTURERS REDWOOD Floor

MANUFACTURERS'

Hobnrt Ride.

Garfield

CO..

16th

1910.

TANKS —WOODEN

3119.

J.

Park 3039.

st.

oring.

THIELE.

CIVELLO.

HICHORN,

Mar-

Gent's

Pantages bldg.

Chili

414 Geary St. Frankand Dyeing. Repairing

503 Montgomery

791-793

2866.

Mgr., 432 7th St.

TAILORS — MEN'S lin

CO.,

N.,

ly

:

order.

St.

paired.

Douglas

Douglas 3220.

SCHLOSS, PAUL, 248 Church Tailor for men and women. SHIPPER, SOL, 935 Market

1476 Haight St.

BROWN, OTTO, 564 Castro St. DUSK IN, H., RENOVATORY, F1SHEL,

53 3d St.

fit

Franklin

9013.

E.,

Tailors,

864 Market St. Franklin 8839. ABRAHAM CO., INC., 1105 Market St. Market 1503. Experts on AU KiiMls of Uniforms. SIDLOWSKI, M., 421 Pacific Bldg. Douglas 3812: Residence. West 341. A Full Liue of Imported and Domestic Suitings Constantly on Hand. SILBBRBBRG & YUNKEB, 12 Geary St,

6597.

TAILORS

CO.,

SELIG BROS.. 518 Market 1006 Sutter St.

WEISHOLZ, A., 612 WINTERS, JOSEPH,

BEHM,

Irish 5424.

DONALD & COLLETT

LEIBEL,

Prospt^ct

2ol8 WEINSTEIN, M.,

Prospect

St.

UO&ENULUM

Annex.)

FRANK

Polk

4436.

Mi

MILLER,

ANDERSON,

Franklin

1346

Douglas

Ht.

ket St.

—LADIES'

lin

LOUIS,

Market

TAILORS

MUCHNA,

Kearny

St.

2113.

LEV y TAILORING

THE,

CO,

Kearny

251

KBi.LKHBR & BROWNE,

TABULATING MACHINES TABULATING

CO..

5370.

WTNDELER.

GEORGE.

Market nooper. Coorern pre

5280.

NE.

cor.

8th

and

Planing Mills and

TANNERS CO., Wm. McKay, Pres., Mission 2600. PETERSON, 3112 Army St. Mis-

KRIEG TANNING 1703 San Bruno.

POETSCH & sion 606.

TANNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINERY PAGE & MORRISON. ny 2469.

436 Jackson

Dye-wood Extracts.

St.

Kear-

— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY TANNERS, WHOLESALE LEATHER

THEATER EXCHANGES

PPEISTEB & VOGEL CO.. John Chute, Mgr., Douglas 260. 137 New Montgomery St.

CALIFORNIA THEATER EXCHANGE.

D. G. Cox. H. M. Parlier, 205 Pautages Bldg., 636 Market St. Sutter 5723.

TANNERS AND LEATHER GOODS

THEATRICAL AGENCIES

WHOLESALE

PFISTER & VOGEL ery.

New Montgom-

CO., 137

Douglas 260.

HAAS,, C. ADouglas 1340.

&

Hobart Bldg.

704

CO.,

WESTERN STATES VAUDEVILLE ASSOCIATION, 281 O'Farrell

Kearny H2o.

ROSE, MRS. C, 166 Geary St., 89 Whlttel Bldg. Kearny 3089. Massages a specialty.

TIMBER LANDS

TAXICAB SERVICE BREAKERS TAXICAB CO., Roy Burganne, Kearny 64. Prop., 199 Ellis St. ROYAL TAXICAB CO., A. Fournies, Mgr., Owner, 56 Mason

J. P. Crowley, field 100.

St.

THERAPEUTIC INSTITUTE

TAX EXPERT DE

87

Gar-

St.



HICKEY, H.

907 Crocker Bldg.

B.,

Kearny



TILE FLOOR AND WALL MANQRUM & OTTER, INC. A. S. Maugmm, Pres.,

827-831

Mission St. Kearny 3155. TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES Wholesale Fireplace accessories. MCCARTHY BROS., 109 Pront St Kearny TILES, GRATES, MANTELS 2448 SMITH, ROBERTSON & CO., 305 Clay St. GINSBERG TILE CO., 1205 Sutter St. FrankKearny 3447. lin 7533.

TEAS JEWEL TEA

TIME RECORDERS

00, INC., 101 Kansas

St.

Park

7838.

TEA IMPORTERS WHITNEY,

J. C. CO., 542 California St. Sutter 2388,

Sansome

St. .

149

Sutter 558.

CINCINNATI TIME RECORDER

CO.. THE, 223 Monadnock Bldg. Kearny 3708. Time Recorders, Cost-keeping CIocks, Watchmen nod-s. Time Clock Supplies.

INTERNATIONAL TIME RECORDING New York, Lawrence Wilbur. Sales 625 Hearst Bldg.

TEA ROOMS SHELDON, MRS. pect 5845.

M., 1322 Polk St. Also Art Goods.

MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH 310

Insurance

Pros-

COPP,

HENRY

696 Third St.

Exchange Bldg.

CO., Theodore Douglas 722. Agent Hall, 320 Market St. for Automatic Electric Telephone Co. Telautograph Corp.



St.

Exhibit—Office:

504.

Gar-

field 1506.

Sec.

CO.. J. H. Humphand Mgr., 79 McAllister St. Mar-

ket 978

The Kearny 2 the Newest Plays.

Swtter 45 Kearny. Direct importers of Turkish tobacco. ufacturers of Egyptian cigarettes.

6570,

Man-

TOBACCO (LEAF) IMPORTER CONRADI & SON,

O'Farrell.

New

TOBACCOS S..

AND DEALER

THEATERS ALCAZAR THEATER,

CO., 50 Fremont

TITLE INSURANCE

TENADARET.

RED CROSS TELEPHONE GLASS MOUTHRoom

—TRUCK

RUBBER

Sutter 2323.

Vanishing Telephone Service

CO.. 935 Market St.,

Service,

CO.. 240 Steuart St. Kearny 592.

INITED STATES

rey,

TELEPHONE SUPPLIES PIECE

Time

CITY TITLE INSURANCE

TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT A.

P. Co.'s

—SHIP

COOK &

TIRES

DIRECT LINE TELEPHONE

ULRICK

S.

Sutter 7477.

TINSMITHS, PLUMBERS, JOBBERS

TELEPHONES

Phelan Building. Cabinet Seats.

W.,

OF

CO.

Douglas 3030.

M'GARVEY.

Sutter 4964.

TIME SERVICE

A

TELEGRAPH—WIRELESS AMERICA.

CO. of Agent,

454 Battery.

Kearny 4059.

Near Powell.

Alcazar Company in

TOILET PREPARATIONS

BERT LEVY, THE CIRCUIT OP VAUDE- COLGATE & CO.. W. B. Palmore. Selling Sutter 2133. Asrt.. 595 Mission St. VILLE THEATERS, Alcazar Bldg., first floor. Douglas 5702. MAURINE CO., THE, Geo. W. Booth, Mgr.. Sutter 6276. 340 Sansome St. CALIFORNIA THEATER, Fourth and Market Douglas 2040. fits. COLISEUM THEATER, Clement St., Cor. of TOOLS 9th Ave. Pacific 404. A Downtown Theater SAW AND TOOL WORKS, FRANCISCO SAN Uptown. S. H. Lezin, Sole Owner and ManWe speKearny 1629. 23G Fremont St. aging Director. cialize on mining drills. RIALTO THEATER. Geo. M. Mann, Pres., 1129 Market St. Market 373. Moving Picture*. STRAND THEATER. 965 Market. Sutter 1473. TOOLS PNEUMATIC TIVOLI THEATER, 70 Eddy St. Sutter 8989. WIGWAM THEATER. Joseph Bauer, Man- CLEVELAND PNEUMATIC TOOL CO.. 515



ager, Mission, near 22d st.

Mission 700,

Mission St.

Sutter 1946.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

88

TOWEL SUPPLY

RED LINE TRANSFER AND STORAGE

TOWEL SUPPLY CO., gomery. Douglas 1129. WKliSTKR'8 TOWEL SUPPLY

OFTICK

&

Caro

Mont-

CO..

Cbas.

22 Buttery St.

Props.,

Co..

509

4308.

Park

Oak.

70

tugs and Sutter 886.

GEO.,

Berry.

launches,

TOYS, DOLLS AND NOTIONS KINDEL & GRAHAM, 891 Mission

3d

St.



149

CO.,

California

St.

THE.

CO.,

Fred

304 Balboa Traction Engines, HarOther Agricultural Im-

Clifford, Chas. Mgr., 901 Merchants' National Bank Build-

CO.,

Stitter 1438.

GEO.

H. JR., Rep. Robertson-Cole York. 485 California St. Garfield

New

GALVAN & CUMMTNGS Sutter 974. ton St. and forwarders.

STANTON LEWIS

the

of

COS. 85

CO..



TRANS PORT ATI O N FREIGHT BAY CITY TRANSPORTATION CO., Pier Daily

3325.

boat

service

8,

between

San Francisco and Clay

9.

connecting

Oakland, Oakland.

St. Dock, Line Express, Freight delivered

B

with

Oakland 1275.

eastern bay cities. ERICKSON, JOHN. 141 Stuart St. Sutter 5200. Bay and river freight transportation. till

TRANSPORTATION—MOTOR HIGHWAY TRANSPORT

E.,

BERRY,

D. T., Traffic 3464.

TRAFFIC AND RATE EXPERTS GETTINGS, H.

F..

319 Hobart Bldg.

Sutter

4436.

CO., 744 Folsom St.

RELIANCE TRAILER AND TRUCK

CO.. 30

TRANSFER AND EXPRESS CITY TRANSFER

CO.. Gus Temps. Mgr., 215 Taylor. Franklin 6524. General hauling and theatrical hanllne our speciality. EMPIRE TRANSFER. CO.. H. I. Walter and ValenI. H. Jacobson, Props.. 3246 23d St. cia 4840; Night, Valencia 6531. FAIR TRANSFER CO., 948 Laguna. Market Also storage. 7334. TRANSFER EXPRESS CO., 586

AND

St.

sion.

Kearny

Franklin 721. HOIILAHAN. J. M., corner 3d and Mis-

NW

5882.

HOWARD'S AUTO EXPRESS,

7

mgr. Oak-

UNITED RAILROADS OF SAN FRANCISCO, 58 Sutter St.

Sutter 3200.

TRANSPORTATION. RIVER SACRAMENTO TRANSPORTATION M. Clare,

S. F.

Agent, pier

CO.,

Dong las

9.

R. 777.

TRANSPORTATION, STEAMSHIP COMPANIES ANDERSON,

A. O. & CO., Ship Owners, 242 Sutter 1426. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE (Canadian Service). Cunard Bldg.. 501 Market St. Sutter California St.

ANCHOR LINE

Market 4895.

Eddy

OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY, W.

R. Alberger, Tice-pres. and gen. land 4127.

6720.

TRAILERS AND TRUCKS

HOME

S. F.,

Washing-

CO., 49-51

Also freight handlers

Douglas Efficiency. 401 Market St. Also freight handlers and forwarders.

8th St.

Kearny

Post. parts

TRANSPORTATION RAILROADS

TRAFFIC MANAGERS

Co.. 1322.

all

Garfield 1096.

CLIFFORD TRAFFIC CORSE.

to

Kearny 3100.

Si.

Manager,

plements.

ing.

tickets

TRANSPORTATION —EXPRESS

in

TRACTORS Branch L. Seibel, Bldg. gutter 1252. vesters. Plows and

Douglas 2787. CO., INC., 1636 Market.

F. R.. 87 6th St.

Tvi».vt;l

Sutter

1129.

HOLT MANUFACTURING

3512. world.

2d

TOYS WHOLESALE Garfield

WILLEY,

AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS

Douglas 528.

BANZAI TRADING

CO., Franklin

Mason.

433

TRANSPORTATION

7478.

at

Mar..

COOK. TITO MAfl & SONS. 53

THAMES TOW SERVICE. St.

Coughlin.

WILSON BROTHKRS Kearny Park 271.

TOWING

W ALLEN ROD.

M. 750

Gough

St.

Piano and furniture moving, city and country. Estimates given. OWL TRANSFER CO.. INC.. 020 Geary. Prospect 212. Baggage, furniture and

Market 7850.

freight.

(Glasgow), Cunard Bldg.. 501 Sutter 6T20. BURNS-PHILP CO., OF SAN FRANCISCO, INC., 407-408-409 American National Bank Kearny 1937. Bhig. CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION CO., pier Sutter 3880. 3, Jackson St.

Market

St.

GENERALS

COMPAGNIE

TRANS-ATLAN-

TIQTTE. Agents, H. A. Ramage, Cabin Agent, 601 Market St. Sutter 648.

CUNARD STEAMSHIP Bldg.

501

Market

Co..

LTD.,

Cunard

Sutter 6720. STEAMSHIP CO., 1 Drumm St. St.

GULF MAIL Sn'tpr 30K6. HARRISON DIRECT LINES. Balfour, Guthrie & Co., agents. 350 California St. Sutter Pacific Coast and European ports. 6427. McCORMICK STEAMSHIP LINE. Fife Bldg., Kearny 5100. Ticket office, 1 Drumm St. 683 Market St.

Sutter 1680.

OCE1ANIO STEAMSHIP CO., 601 Market

St.

Sutter 648.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP

CO.. 50S CaliforRegular sailings, JaSutter 3S00. nia St. pan. Chins. India, Straits Settlements, Cen-

HULL TRANSFER CO.. 327 Front St. Donglax 782. tral America. RELIABLE AUTO EXPRESS CO., H. Woho- PAN- AMERICAN LINES, 310 Sansome St. ken, Prop.. # 6V> O'Fnrrell St. West 8464. Sutter 4356. 8. & S. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER CO., RIDEOUT. E. V., CO., pier 19. Kearny 74. INC.. E. J. Moor. General Manager. Main ROYAL MAIL AND STEAM PACKET CO., Office, 210 Ellis: Brand). 1218 Kearny. Pros.

Thomas Cook & Son. general agents. 53 275(5; Douglas 5007, Night. Kearny 3512. Europe and South Post St. 8AUS M.ITO. MTT.L VALLEY AND SAN America. FRANCISCO EXPRESS, 105 Main. Douglas SOUTH AMERICA PACTFIC LINE. A. O. Lind5034. Baggage and furniture. vig.

TRANSFER AND STORAGE DIXON. CHAS. W.. lin

5080 and 46CO.

84-86-88

Turk

St.

Frank-

Park 5100.

MODERN TRANSFER AND STORAGE, cessors

to

Franklin 2108;

Suc-

Express Co., 554 Eddy. Night, Franklin 6793.

Miller's

Managing

Kwnv

Owner,

280

Batterj

TRANS OCEANIC CO., 324 Sansome St. ter 040. UNITED FRUIT CO., Thomas Cook & general

St.

842.

agents.

53

The Great White Central America.

Post St. Fleet,

Kearny

West

Iudlet

SutSons, 3512.

and

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

89

TRANSPORTATION, SHIPPING TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES BANE LINE TRANSPORT & TRADING CO., BALKAN TRUNK AND SUIT CASE CO., 485 California

St.

TRANSPORTATION,

STEAMSHIP,

FREIGHT LUCKENBACH

S. S. CO., INC., 506 chants' Exchange Bldg. Sutter 4160.

Mer-

1

Drnmm

CO., Fred D.

Kearny

St.

Parr, Mgr.,

78.

00.,

St.

1222

Park 8172.

Mission St.

TRUCKS —-STORE AND FACTORY LANSING

CO.,

338-348 Brannan St.

TRUNK

MERCANTILE TRUST

CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO, John D. McKee, pres., 464 California St. Kearny 601.

TYPESETTING MACHINES

TYPEWRITERS

STORE, THE,

L. Levy, Mgr., Douglas 3112. General reAutomobile trunks made to order.

pairing.

TRUNKS AND BAGS (WHOLESALE) BELBER TRUNK & BAG

CO., 938 Mission St.

Sutter 3284.

CORONA TYPEWRITER CO., INC., J. R. Bierma, Mgr., 546 Market St. Sntter 3038. KLEYN & FOULDS. 356 Market St. Sutter

We

Inspection service a specialty. buy, all makes of typewriter. NOISELESS TYPEWRITER D1ST. CO., H. J. Hastings, Mgr., 595 Market St. Douglas 364. sell

and repair

1370. TRUNKS AND BAGS, WHOLESALE TYPEWRITER Douglas 4113. AND RETAIL

& A. TRUNK CO., G. Stockton St. China 988.

H.

Chinn,

1076

TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS LEVIN,

A.

&

J

,

884

Market

St.

Garfield

1132.

OPPENHEIMER, THE TRUNK MAN, Market

1108 Market

CO. OF CALIFORNIA, F. L. Bowie, Mgr., Rialto Bldg. Sutter 6275.

321 Kearny St.

0.

CO.,

Market 7004.

MONOTYPE

TRUNKS, RETAIL BIG

3928.

TRUST COMPANIES

Kearny

2975.

Kearny

TRUSSES, ELASTIC HOSIERY, BELTS, ETC. CLARK-GANDION TRUSS

TRUCK ATTACHMENTS AND TRAILERS BROWN TRUCK AND TRAILER

TRUNKS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WARDROBE TRUNK FACTORY, B. Woblers, 707 Mission St., in Basement. Expert Repairing.

TRANSPORTATION TERMINALS PARR TERMINAL

70

Market 0068.

Otis St.

Sutter 137.

St.

Kearny 3641.

758

SERVICE

367 Bush St.

CO.,

TYPEWRITERS, REBUILT AND REPAIRED BENNETT,

J.

W., 268 Market

T

St.

GarfieM

ypewri ters in566. Ribbons and supplies. spected. CO., 338 Bush St. Sutter REVALK, R. E., All Rebuilt typewriting machines. 4643. makes. Repairing and rebuilding.

&

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY


u UKDBRWBAB—LADIES GEORGE &

i;OW.

lin 8300.

JACKSON,

Frank-

CO., 121 Taylor St.

Also Men's silk shirts.

UX1FORM CAP MANUFACTURERS LOUIS BLOOM &

CO., 222 Kearny.

Douglas

Oloth hats, caps, embroideries, 5465. and silver trimmings a specialty.

ROGERS, M.

H., 239 Geary St. Kearny 5045. Upholstery fabrics, wholesale. Only branch of 920 Broadway, N. Y.

24.

2940 10th

St.

BOTTLERS' UNION, NO.

293.

A.

J.

Rogers,

and Treas., 177 Capp St. Market 2391. BUTCHERS' UNION, NO. 115, Labor Temple, Market 116. 16th and Capp Sts. Sec.

COOKS HELPERS' UNION, J as. Lewis, 149 5th st, Douglas 4039. BROTHERHOOD INTEuNATIONAL STEAM SHOVEL AND DREDGE MEN, 276

UPHOLSTERY AND SUPPLIES— STEAMSHIP AND HOTELS

Mar-

8131.

t-.i-i

Monad nock Bldg.

SUNDRY WORKERS'

OF 27426,

Kathryn Deery, sec., 2940 16th at., room Labor Temple. Market 3336. SAILORS' UNION OF THE PACIFIC, Andre* Suruaeth, Sec., 59 Clay St. Kearny 2228.

STATIONARY FIREMEN'S UNION, D. Foley, Market 5898. sec, 16tb and Capp. WAREHOUSE AND CEREAL WORKERS' St.

Kearny 4395.

WATER FRONT WORKERS' FEDERATION, Room dero.

and

Upholstery

Merrimac Bldg., 10 EmbarcaKearny 4992.

20-21,

formerly The Steamship Supply Co., 100 Church.

Park 5017.

U.

S.

OFFICIALS

ADAMS, ANNETTE ABBOTT, Attorney,

Bldg. B.. U. S.

Postoffice

HOLOHAN. JAMES

202,

UNION. 459 Bryant

HUBER & WORTH,

sec^

Sutter 2914.

UNION. LOCAL

EDWARD

UPHOLSTERY FABRICS

gold

UNIONS BAKERS' UNION. NO.

A. R., 1378 Sutter St Franklla Upholstering made to order. O'ROURKE, J., 1393 Valencia St. Mission 1300. Also manufacturers of pillows and mattresses. WRIGHT, J.. 1527 Pine St., near Polk St. Franklin 6874. 5147.

C. S. District

Market

VACUUM CLEANERS AMERICAN RADIATOR

CO.,

Mgr., 2d and Townsend Sts. Stationary vacuum cleaners.

H. W. Noble, Kearny 5680.

BANNER CARPET CLEANING 16th St.

Ave.

Steamship

CO.,

3508

Market 6999.

Pacific 3984.

CO., 471 6th

Vacuum Cleaners Rented.

TUEC STATIONARY VACUUM CLEANING

HUBER & WORTH, 561T.

8.

Post Office Bldg. Mnrket 301. KREFT, A. B-, Referee in Bankruptcy, 202 Market 301. U. S. Post Office. SHANAHAN, T. W. H., Supt. of U. S. Mint. 5th and Mission Sts. Garfield 373.

PATTiSON CARPET CLEANING

UPHOLSTERERS

301.

Marshal, U.

Park 100 Church St. upholstering a specialty.

SYSTEM,

J.

N.

Gross,

Mgr.,

397

Sutter

Kearny 5852.

V —

VALVES VACUUM VALVES AND FITTINGS MFGRS. MOORHEAD LABORATORIES, 519 WALWORTH MANUFACTURING CO., 419 Largest exclusive Sutter 1945. Rlalto

Bldg.

Sutter 4498.

turers of

vacuum valves

in

Call Bldg.

manufac-

the world.

VARNISHES

VALVE MANUFACTURERS CHAPMAN TALVB MFG. St., Ml Sheldon Bldg.

CO., 481 Market Sutter 1934.

BECKWITH-CHANDLER

CO., Mfgra. of High HELM & CO., Pacific Varnishes. Coast Agency, 311 California St. Garfield

Grade 376.

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91

w WAIST MISH &

WHITEWASHING

MFGRS.

(LADIES')

JUDA. 154 Sutter St. Douglas 4862. BROS.. 130 Sutter St. Douglas

NBWBAUER

L. A., Mission 7171.

and

Ml.

AND CEMENT

CO.,

Mt. Diablo Cement, Cowell Santa Croa Lime, Liberty Wall Board Co., 2 Market St.

Kearny 2095.

West

4618.

Garfield Sutter. painting. 2216-18 Fillmore. Wholesale and Retail.

2399.

MEBIGAN, MICHAEL.

1447 Ellis.

WALL PAPER

GEHLERT WELDING WORKS. 19 Steuart Kearny 5093. Welding Night School. St. PIONEER WELDING AND MANUFACTURING CO., 22 9th St. Market a840. Welding and bracing all metals, radiator repairs. For night service phone Market 7225.

SAN FRANCISCO BRAZING AND WELDING WORKS. F. Stowe, Manage;-; 131 Beale St. Douglas G746.

KERN. HENRY. 534 Also decorating and MOHR. J. A. & SON, 1726.

Sutler 3980

Jessie St.

Whitewashing Machines.

WELDING AND BRAZING

WALL BOARD COWEI.I/-HENRY LIMB

HO

TAYLOR,

West

WHITEWASHING BY MACHINERY DAWSON, ED. THOS.,

228

Ran-

Sweeney.

dolph 1065.

A\l) PLASTER BOARD Exhibit—Office: M'GARVEY. ULRICK A.

WALL

Phelan Building.

WAREHOUSES

WINDOW SHADES CALLAHAN, FRANK W., 1069 Mission Market 1937. NATIONAL WINDOW SHADE CO S.

St. J.

,

Bueuzle,

Pine

Mgr., 421

Kearny

St.

3921.

CALDWELL WAREHOUSE CO.. 310 Brannan Kearny 1483. WINDOWS AND DOORS STEEL St. DE PUE WAREHOUSE. 818 Merchants' Ex DETROIT STEEL PRODUCTS CO., 68 Post. change Bldg. Sutter 524. Sutter 1250, Fenestra solid steel window* VALLEJO BONDED AND FREE WAREand doors.



HOUSES. W.

Sandborn,

B.

Kearny

and Broadway.

Prop.;

Battery

1473.

WINES—WHOLESALE

WASTE PAPER

PIEMONT WINERY,

WESTERN PAPER STOCK bldg. papers,

Kearny

CO., 461 Pbelan Buyers of old news-

5650.

magazines, books and

Sutter 703. cialty.

WHOLESALE

2173 Mission St.

Mission

Union

2007

Market 6655. For Mission, near 16th st. $1 we clean the most complicated highgrade watch and guarantee time for two years.

WINE

1797

CO.,

Franklin 333.

St.

209 Post St.. room Clock repairing a spe-

STEFFENS, EXPERT WATCHMAKER,

FRENCH

CALIFORNIA

CO..

3278.

St.

WINES—RETAIL AND

files.

WATCHMAKERS JOHANSON. JOHN. 2830. HERBST. WM. &

Beach

707 and 781

Franklin 3838.

WINES AND LIQUORS

.

BAKER, W. J., 650 Fillmore St. Park 2799. CALIFORNIA WINE DELIVERY COMPANY, H.

Coustette, 3475.

B.

West

CONDAS, PETER &

Prop.,

3227

Se«tt

CO., 1297 Turk

St

West

st.

2310.

WATCHCASE MAKERS HARVEY. W.

F.

.

133 Geary St.

Sutter 5180.

WATCHMAKERS, JEWELERS' TOOLS AND SUPPLIES —Wholesale NORDMAN & AURICH. 150 Post St. Garfield 357.

Bldg.

Kearny

CO..

Kearny

2220.

CO.,

pier

1569.

C.

M., 48 Clay St.

27.

ROBERT,

BROS.,

Are.

Duboce

199

498

14tb

fit.

1265

P.,

Stockton

Market.

Kearny

St.

Kearny

2301

Sutter

St,

cor.

Scott.

2986.

TIETJEX HENRY,

Sutter 8733 759 3d St. Established 28 Years. VETTE, CHRIS F., 1590 O'Farrell St. FillThe O'Farrell Street Family more 3727. Liquor Store. VaWHELEN, THOMAS, 4001 18th St.

WINES AND LIQUORS

Kearny 3048.

WHEELBARROWS LANSING

NEVRATJMONT

lencia 5642.

WEIGHERS—PUBLIC HARRIS.

398 Ellis

Franklin 7241

St.

Fillmore

2033.

CO.. 235 Balboa Bldg.

&

Sutter 4894. Sutter 8949. 100 3d St.

LACKS' FAMILY LIQUOR STORE,

SCHULZ, WM.,

WATER SOFTENER R.

St.

A.,

4920.

WHITE ROCK MINERAL SPRINGS

DOEr>PNER,

J.

269.

Call

WATERS—MINERAL

BEST &

Vallejo

RENECSCH, OSCAR. CO.,

Sutter 1738.

272 O'Farrell St.

627

KILDAY.

Market 6756.

WATER FILTERS REFINING WAT^R SOFTENER

GOLDEN GATE WINE AND LIQUOR CO., 961 Golden Gate Ave. Park 2860. GORDON, S., 741 Market St. Kearny 36G8. ITALIAN-CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY,

CO., 338-348 Brannan. Kearny 2975.

WHOLESALE

PETRI iiv

ei

WINE St.

CO.,

Garfield

R.

Petri, 2F69.

Mgr.,

SCHLESINGER & BENDER, Sixteenth sas Sts.

Market

486.

530

and KanBrandy and Liquors.

M

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FRANCISCO CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

WOOD PRESERVING

WINES AND LIQUORS— WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CRYSTAL WINH AND LIQUOR vitz.

CO.

West

Mgr.), 1503 Ellis St.

(S.

JOHNSON SALES AGENCY

Haim-

329.

CO.

OP

ST.

LOUIS

Agent), 24 California St.

CRIMMINS & PIERCE,

(G. O. Dreyfus,

WRECKERS R^PID WRECFING

CO., 325 Fremont St. SutManufacturer of Special Wood-

Working Machinery.

CO.. Jas. F. Fralln, Mgr.,

Market 4133. Lumber, Plumbing and Building Materials. UNITED WRECKING CO., 705 Brannan St Market 6508. 115

ORTON MACHINE 1831.

513 Monadnoek Bldg?.

Douglas 814.

Sutter 3077.

WOOD PLANING MACHINES ter

(C. H. Johas»«, Mgr.), 403 Rlalto Bldg. Sutter 1070. O-AWood Preserver, A-l Creosote.

WOOL AND MOHAIR

WOO DENWARE CUPPLHS

OILS

CliurcL

St.

Are You Looking

for A Room— House— —Apartment—Employment— Help Any Kind—Automobile —Sewing Machine— Flat

of

or a Business Partner?

Anything Phons a

Classified

Ad

to

The

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at Small

Expense

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93

x X-RAY LABORATORY SABALOT, JEAN

B., 631-636-637

Phelan BMg.

Garfield 742.

X-RAY SUPPLIES WESTERN X-RAY AND EQUIPMENT

CO., 423 Hayes st. Market 1508. Dixtrih. and mfrs. of X-Ray, biuli frequency cull* and transformers. Repairing and Installing.

Y YEAST MANUFACTURERS FLEISCHMANN

NATIONAL

(H. W. Robinson. Mgr.; Martin L. Jenne, Asst. Mgr.), 941 Mission St, Garfield 1274. Also Vinegar.

CO.

WAR WORK

COUNCIL,

YOUNG

MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. We«tern Association, F. A. McCarl, executive secretary, 507 1st National Bank bldg. Sutter 3620.

Y. M. C. A.

ARMY AND NAVY YOUNG MEN'S TIAN ASSOCIATION,

District of

CHRIS-

San Fran-

eteco Bav, First National Bank Bldg. ter 3620. John W. Berger, Sec.

Sut-

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE, YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, ARMY AND NAVY DEPARTMENT, 507 1st Na« tional Bank bldg. Sutter 3620. Carl, International Sec.

F. A. Me-

STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Northern Offfice, 325 1st National Bank bldg. Sutter 3620 and 5681. Chas. Puefaler, Industrial sec.; Ralph G. Cole, boys' sec.; Neil Locke, associate county work sec. Y.

W. C. A., Administration St Prospect 6500.

Bldg., 620 Sutter

94

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