San Francisco Chronicle from San Francisco, California on July 3, 1916 · Page 8
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dfftONICLl raudeville Man Is Success as a Dressmaker oo eWo ems oa oa aa ao aa oo aa ripping Sociological Play Well Presented SHOES FEATURE AT TIVOLI THEATER ALL GOOD BUT ONE ry Told by Murray Ben nett Is Kind That Keeps Decent Folk Away fc By WALTER ANTHONY ELVILLK ELLIS la as proud of Ma dressmaking ability aa a female Impereonator la of Ma lap Last night at the Orpheum I after tha curtain calla and tha tumult rand tha shouting had died Ellis and 1 dancing partner cam forth again nd tha former aald of the latter that lia wished ha would ha nartleular to aeeatlon tha dreaamaker who had I yaade her oJothea and Melville point Vd coyly at hlmaalf and winked detn - ltlft fV Anyway It la aald on the pro r gramme that ha made her elotnaa Ana aa far aa I couia aee may rare marvels of xaulalte If striking taata and xinwonted abundance There vres on dreaa of crlmaon aplaahed all oat alabaatered shoulders witn Simmer of golden lace which fell out her arma In magic enact to ke them aeem lovelr I regrettea at acme hadnt been aparad for her aroat when ahe aang ACT WKLX STAGED Bill ha also staged the act hicks means that It la beautiiuuy ousted with a touch of Independ - ce suggested not only in me aa of cold draoeriea but in the TAagement of hie lights the flow - the piano the cuaniona ana we eat of tha nrooa iv Bills likewise plays the piano and yt exceedingly well lie ecccmpa - lea tha young lady modestly I aoM hasten to aay vnen ana ngea her clothes And this la toe abartant factor In the act aside lorn the dlffuelon of that Intangible lltr known aa class Afterwards cum Hurray Bennett bos Introductory eon a la a surprise in whoa following material is iwra id broad comeoy oui wnose nnu ry aa told laat night la of the kind theatrical fare that la gradually atranglng decent folk from the thea - Jt la pereuaaive or tne unweucome snmiUsn that a man may have at IMiea tha InbUncta of a tomedlan and jtplC U can be funny and foul lt VALIANT ATTBBTT t 1Th Might Have Beens Is a I seuant attempt on tne pari 01 u if Sneddon to collaborate with Bar - Mo Th result la not aiiogemer a hilar and th effort la In the right Jl ration Tha rolea of the kiddles fj exceedingly well done and the rolea Of the wisuui empir - annou father and mother are played with sympathy Th sketch - got over - wui laat night Jack u MCLnen ana iy mw etpen th bill with a roller skating Bet which like laet weeks opening offering by tne xyiopnone pijcr u - unu a better dace The playing vt LJfeonlt on the aforesaid xylophone swmainc a iesturo 01 m mi i rest f tha numbers are re - air - a ImaIhiI iaina rom asi weaa mw - ot UscFerlsne baritone Harry Ticks and Sylvia Jaaen and Clark and Hamilton a - 1 ThriltingFilmplay m At Portoia 1 neater Favorites at San Francisco Theaters BaIf7 1122 bbbbbbbH WALKINlHE DAWG KHf I IS PANTAGES HIT XI Latest Dance Fad Eccentric but Graceful Other Good Acts on Bill tZooille Lee Stewart Makei Debnt u Screen Star A nleture of acenlo beauty and thrllllag dramaUe action waa pre anted at the Portola Theater yeeter day th latest five - part feature - o oka Vl tar ran h Company The De Utravhrau - taken from the novel LFeter God by James Oliver c laaraod oc aflasa lniereac 10 ui nun ia u it aDDearanc on in acreen 01 i - u 1 Loo Stewart The part la not rlthout difficulties and It Is to tne It of Mis Stewart thatsne pieases wall lTm7 Tlncher etare In th two - rl langle eomeay reaiure an nun i - OUOB At tne rortoia lueair inn K he Brat Continues Success at the Cort V I gntfnl Comedy of Youth Draw ing Capacity Home ana complete success than nvr MoroMOa production of Th at tha Cart Theater has not a registered In Ban Francisco dur - r th paat year tnia oeiia - nwui analv of vouth has already played fnrtnla - ht of capacity houses and la now In Ita third week Mud Fulton who wrote - ine it In tn Hue roie is quna m Meat llttl heroin Imaginable Or - aulty marks ner eomeay mil - a4 aha ha tha faoultaeof com - MaT laugba without apparent ef - ineiri Meroeco baa provided a ortlac caat that la far Above th yAW FEOM MEXICO IWS CSOWSS TO WIQWAM Man JTrom Meilco Oe Sou - oemedy triumph aa praaented by Winim Stock Company with leading roles In th hand of Crtr t - lsay ana Virginia l g IB Wigwam luvaivr av - nroved a feast of laughter crowded houses listened to the a and tribulation of Fltshew th ter loterpreiea oy hodu i - ar - attnee will b held tomorrow pHORSE SCOTCH WHISKY wUiaranteed by Ca Disettl leley MUSSSi jv la stelk MMEIHBCKC A CO I flsV l SeeMasMU 14 r ANTAOES audiences stamped their eeal of approval on the new dance rare Walkln the Dim which haa New York and Chicago In a stepping furore Walkin- the Dawg Is one of those danco fade with eccentric but graceful glides Of the regular circuit headlines Lincoln Carters little drama Th Heart of Chicago In tour acenes ha the requisite puncndThe spproeth - Ing engine effect waa a capital bit of mechanical stage craft BothweH Brown and his dancing girls return with the best of all Browna productions Cleopatra with excellent scenery and costuming The Chronicle Pathe mystery aerial The Iron Claw la becoming more absorbing aa It neara the end and this weeke episode le entitled The Unmasking of Davy The throe Melvlna acrobats give the performance a splendid start and others ore the Jim Black duo a novelty learn Clarke and Chapelle character singers flaby Violet a child Impersonator the great Kervllle family trick bllllardlsts and Goldbergs Boob Weekly Barbary Coast Scene Of Play at Imperial Beautiful Pauline Frederick Stan in The World Great Snare Around the life of the Westerner there bas ever been cast a halo of romance This breath of romance has been breathed Into the six - act film version of B Phillips Oppenhelms celebrated novel The Worlda Great Snare In which Pauline Frederick th emotional artiste Is appearing at the Imperial The atory Is full of local color most of the actlonr taking place In and around Ban Francisco a Barbary Coast In one of the dance halls of which Mis Frederick Is aeenaa a dancer On the bill la also Burton Holmes lateat travelogue Munich the Magnificent a screamingly funny Bray cartoon and the ever - Interesting and Instructive Paramount plctographs e Argonauts in Last Week at Columbia Dayi of 49 Picturesquely Por trayed in Great Film Play Teeterday marked the opening of the third and last week of the run of Edward I Graftona great cinema drama of the days of it The Argonauts of California which has been drawing large houses to th Columbia Many matorio cnaractera figure in the action Oeneral Sutter Marshall and numerous other heroea whom California loves to horror while the beautiful love atory of John Brandon and Marian Stllwell and the eucca - Ion of sensationa which mark the action of the piece hold an audience spellbound s Comedy Playlet Is Empress Headliner Cait of Forty Appear in Twenty lunutet at Coffee Dan r Twenty Minute at Coffee Dan a comedy playlet with a caat of forty Is the starllne attraction of the new bill which opened yeeterday at the Empress Tbeeter During the action specialties Ire Introduced by th Dancing Tyrells Lark Trio Mme D - Estelle Uabe McKelvy Frankl Murphy Joseph Olnsburg and other I Others acta which were well received were The Liv Wires eight Iuvenlles In a musical comedy headed y Jack Pearl sod Herman Meyer tha Farting Saxaphone Four Sana and Sana Mr and Mr a Esmond and tb Juggling tsenaao Four Nelson Comiqua Hippodrome Hcadlincrs Th Four Nelson Comlauea created ne end of mirth at the Hippodrome yesterday Pretty Jane Oitoark and a capable company preaented the comedy ketch Seslag la Not Believing Other good act were Agne Burr Huntress Al LAwreaie Loveil gad LovelL A Matrimonial Martyr with Ruth Roland la Ova parte and Bold Out with Aana Nllsson comprised th deubl photoplay blU Mary MacLaren and Capable Cast Seen in Absorbing Film Drama MW yV07tATlmrTtO11 - e Mme Olga Petrova On Screen at Rialto The Scarlet Woman Powerful and Daring Drama Mme Olga Petrova the gifted Russian emotional actress In a five - part photoplay The Bcarlet Woman I the attraction at the Rialto Theater this week A powerful bold and daring drama produced on an elaborate and spectacular scale The Scarlet Woman le one of the moat Interesting pictur - Isatlona In which Mme Petrova haa yet appeared During the matinee performancea only Tha Mysteries of Myra ninth episode are ahown Other attractlona In addition to Tha Scarlet Woman Include the Hearst - International Newa Weekly and more mobilisation pictures of the California National Guard at Sacramento Market Street Oilers Three Film Favorites A Child of the Paris Streets Ii Excellent Feature The Market - street Theater la offering an attractive programme of motion plcturea this week and lovers of th movies will have a chance to see three of their favorltea in the five - part feature of the Triangle film A Child of the Tarla Streets Mae Marah Robert Harron and Tully Marshall appeared to splendid advantage In this play This weeks programme contalna two very funny Elko comedlea and other attractive features The programme of movlea at the Houae of Movlea the current week Is one of the best sesn In some little tme The Song of Songs Big Hit at Alcazar Theater Belaaco A Mayer of the Alcasar Theater have once more broken their rule of confining their varloua pro ductions to one week only for tonight win witness tne beginning of the second week of the greateet euccess the popular CFarrell - atreet playhouse haa ever known Tne Bong of Bona with Chrystal Heme tn the leadlkg rpHK headline attraction at he Tlvoll thla week la shoes one 1 of the taoet Important sociological playa presented on th screen Th story is an adaptation of th atory by Stella Wynne Herron It telle a atory of a daughter of a laiy good for - nothlng novel - reading can - rush Ing father who tolled half - slave be hind the counter of a l and It cent atort for II a week her ahoea ao full of holes that ahe picked up splinters in in 00110m 01 ner feet from tne rough boards of the floor where ahe stood behind th codnter ao rotten with ag and wearing that they were ready to fall from tha laahe that bound them around herankiee Every Saturday night ahe took her unopened pay envelope home to her mother vicrun or iter Husbands lailneaa For thre weeks her mother prom Ised the shop girl that ahe would hare money to buy ahoea three tlmea th excuse of th house rent the butcber bill and th groceries to oe paia xor denied fulfillment of the promlee Finally unable longer td quiet th surge of resentment that overwhelmed her repugnance the ahop girl finally sella herself for a pair of shoes and In th understanding tears of her mother the childs sins were washed away Mlaa Mary MacLaren I aeen aa the glrL flh la supported by a well - balancedbalanced cast The latest chapter of Glorias Ro mance entitled The Shadow of Scandal and the weekly travelogue showing the worlda lateet events and a big comedy complete the bpi Shasta Countys Roll Goes Up One Million Increase Largely Due to Advance in Price 101 Copper gperlel Dlapelck te The Cbronlrle REDDING July t County Asses sor M D Lack aaya there will be an Increase of 1000000 In Shasta countys assessment aa compared with last years total of 111000 000 The largest Increase will be In the valuation of the property of the Mammoth Copper Company at Kennett Dealing In round numbers the Increase of that companys assessment thle year will be 760000 The valuation of the companys property last year waa approximately 1000000 The Increase la due in the main Lack says to the advance In the price of copper The aaeessment on railroad and timber lands will be 0000 larger this year than laat e Palo Alto Council Elects a New Mayor C P oley Is Chosen as Successor to R Swain Spvdlt Dlepetrh to The Cnreelde PALO ALTO July S Councilman C P Cooley was last night elected Mayor of Palo Alto at the reorganisation meeting of the City Council He succeeds Mayor R K 8 wain who haa held the position for two yeara Mayor Cooley has lived In Palo Alto and vicinity all his life and la widely known on the peninsula George R Parkinson was re - eleted City Treaaurer and Frank Karaon City Clerk by unanlmoua vote Norman E Malcolm waa re - elected City Attorney and Egerton Lakln Police Judge A conteat arose over the office tf ICtty Auditor resulting In a tit vote tor tne Incumbent C H Jordan aud Ell King Another vote will be taken tonight j e San Franciscans to Visit Oregon Cities Plans Are Now Being Made for a Trip to Take Place in August Special nieretch te The Cbraglde EUGENE Or July I Aa advance agent for the proposed excur - elon to be conducted by the San Franclaco Chamber of Commerce tt Coos Bay In August Henry P Adama of the Industrial department of the chamber arrived In Eugene and proceeded to Marahrleld today Adama aaya that the Ran Franciscans apeclal train of twelve roachea la expected to arrive In Eugene Sunday August to The parly will remain In Eugene that night and a greater part of Monday before proceeding to Cooe Bay The visitors will bs entertained by the Eugene Chamber of Commerce rele matinee performance of The Song or Hongs tomorrow afternoon the Fourth of July MATQR STOP HASEBALL SEARCH SAN LKANDRO July 1 A sarcas tic istter by a reeldent In the neigh borhood of the ball park haa caused Mayor A K pelton to laaue ordera to ball players demanding mat they cease the prattle of climbing fences Into private yard In purault of elusive balls The letter which caussd the action by the Mayor said tn part Why put a rence around your yard at all If It only Inconvenlencea the ball playersr Is I There will be a apeclal holiday I J J LDCHSDfOER VA1LEJ0 HAM Uli - 3 W BAAATOIUJ1 serial pispetck te Tee Cbroatrla VALLKJO July 2 J J Luchslnger former State Senator one of the beat - known cltlaana In this community died at a San Francisco sanatorium yeeterday following a long illness He came to California more than fifty yeara ago and to Vellejo about twenty - livelive yeara ago He served two terms aa Republican State Senator from Solano and Napa counties He was also Postmaster of this city He waa at the time of hie death chairman of the Taxpayers League Extra Low Fares East and Return Via Los Angelea and Salt Lake City Id eeriela day darlsg Jaly Assaet aad September Diver reetes relerale Los Angeles Limited via Halt Lake Route Union paclfio and Chicago at Northwestern Rya leaving Loe Angeles 1 ti p M end arriving Chicago 11 SO A M third day Pacific Limited via Salt Lake Route Union Pacific and Chicago Milwaukee HL Paul Rya Leave Loe Angeles I A M and arrive Chicago Sll A M third day Ask y Ticket Aceat writ U A CASKir Oeaerel Aaeel 4S Merbet St fas FraaeUoev Teleaheae Dealki MIS MUSTER ROLLS - TO CLOSE IS WEEK Military Training Camp Is to Open at Monterey Next Monday RECRUITS BEINQ SOUGHT Four Weeks Course Will Be Given Those Who Wish Valuable Experience Taps will sound for the enrollment list of the United States military training camp for civilians at Monterey thla week and those who do not place their namea on the camp muster rolls wlthtri the next few day ar not going td b among th hundreds of Callforntans who will be given a chance to take four weeka of Intenelv military training at Mon terey beginning next Monday In the neighborhood of S00 men from Oregon Arlsona Nevada and thla Stat ar expected to line up for camp duty thla week In addition to tn lose already aigned up and ir that number Is approached the camp will muster three regiment of civil lane each regiment larger than I regular Army regiment at peace atrength Captain John B Murphy U th officer In charge of the preliminary organisation of the cemp s unable to tell definitely when he will be obliged to sound tape on enrollment He wanta to glv everybody a chance to come In who Intend to do ao but alao It la necessary for him to know a few daya before camp open exactly how many men tq pro - par for so h may be obMged to Issu an order bringing the receiving of application to an end before th week 1 over From all Indications San Francla - o ha definitely loat out on any chance to hold first place In th number of men going to camp Loe Angelea apparently being too far In the lead for thla city to catch up The Southern California city la ao Jubilant over the showing so far made that the branch committee there haa signified Its In tention of working overtime durlni th next few day to Increase tne al ready nearly overwhelming lead Loe Angelea ha over San Franclaco Some Of the beat - known athlete of Loe Angelea have enrolled for camp duty and these It Is said are making big plana to try to capture moat of the many splendid silver trophies that will be awarded for the varloua athletic events As Northern California haa lined up a goodly number of athletes also It la expected that there will be a lot of sectional rivalry at the camp Woman Dies of Shot Fired by ajjfootblack Man Fires Fusillade of Bullets in Crowded San Jose Street Speelal Dlapatch te The Chronfele SAN JOSE July 1 Peter Chaltos bootblack quarreled with Mra Ella Poullen In a Bouth Flrat atreet roomingrooming - house this morning and chaaed her out Into the carnival crowd on Flret street shooting at her aa they ran Hundreda of peraona were on the atreet but no one but hla Intended victim was hurt She waa wounded In the left arm and the Jaw and waa laken to a hospital where ahe died thla afternoon Vaudeville Magnate Ends Deal for Opening Circuit William Morns and John Cort WincMJp Negotiations Which Will Bring Hfgh - Class Attractions to Theaters in Many Cities of United States ACCORD1NO to advice received yesterday from Loe Angelea William Morris the vaudeville magnate who aeven or eight yeara ago attempted to plac a vaudeville circuit of high - class attractlona In opposition to th Orpheum circuit haa completed arrangement with John Cort whereby the deferred enterprise of nearly a decad ago will be undertaken John Cort and William Morris met In tha offlcea of Oliver Moroaco In th southern city and planned the circuit with It la aald th assurance of a leading playhouse In fifty - two of th moat Important cltlea In the United States Including of course San Fran claco and Loe Angelea In th Wat and New Tork and Chicago In the Bast The effect of the combination riieana the consolidation of th the atrical Intereata of th two promoter Cort and Morris According to a published statement of Morris In Los Angelea h had entirely finished hla arrangement with fifty theater In fifty cities to play hla ahowa for on week oely and that he expected to begin th tour eerly enough to reach San Francisco with his first show this fall Cort and Morrla left Loe Angelea for a brief tonTof tm territory which their vaudeville operations will cover and ar expected shortly to arrive In this city Shark Kills Bather At New Jersey Beach BEACH HAVEN N J July I Charlea E Vanaant 2S yeara old eon of a Philadelphia physician waa attacked by a shark or other big fish while bathing In the aurt oft here late laat night according to eye witnesses and waa killed before rescuers could reach him paremeBt aed Buffered a eoaciiaalnB of Is hraie He waa removed te te Central Ester seory Hoapital where bop for his recovery la eatenaloed Survivor of Suicide Compact Found Unconscious on Floor Mrs John Carroll in a Grave Condition as Result of a Nervous Breakdown Mrs John Carroll of T40A Shradar street who laat Friday waa about to carry out a suicide cornpact with her hueband rather than allow their two babiea to fade starvation longer collapsed at her horn laat night from a nervoua breakdown She waa taken to tha Central Emergency Hospital unconscious Her physicians aay that her condition Is grave With her daughter Margaret a sunny - haired tot of six crying whll her nine - months - old son Johnny lay tn hla cot ahaklng with fright Mra Carroll waa found lying on th floor of th kitchen by C If Bernthal of 714 Shrtder atreet Bernthal waa on of those who read of th womana plight He called at tha house laat night to learn If he could be of aervlce II found Mra Carroll prone on the floor After Mra Carroll had been taken to the hospital Bernthal aaaumed care of the children He will care for them at hla home until their mother recov - ra Mra Carroll husband la still In the County Jail at San Mateo Police Push Search for SePe Bomb Suspect Bailroad Officials Redouble Vig - i - 0 lnce to Prevent Outrages OAKLAND July 1 Although still In the dark aa to fie Identity of the men who are thought to have exploded a bomb on th srrTOker of Train N 6 at the sixteenth - street depot Friday night the police of the bay cltlea and Southern Pacific operatlvea ar bending every energy to clear up the mystery It Is the theory of the police mat bomb waa uaed to wreck th car and th search for a Mexican aald to have left th lavatory shortly before the explosion Is being pressed Since the alleged attempt to blow up the smoker vigilance on the part of Southern Pacific Railroad officials haa been redoubled to prevent similar outragea s Falls Into Boiling Chemicals Will Die OAKLAND July S Leo Lombardl of SCS Fiftieth street probably waa fatally burned tonight when he fell Into a tank of barium chloride at the plant of the Barbour Chemical Works 76 Fiftieth avenue Leona Helghta Althouxh acalded from head to foot Lombardl who was a workman pulled himself from the tank of fiery liquid Foreman Eric Peteraen helped him to the Emergency Hospital but Lom bard ls physicians hold out no hope for his recovery Lombardl Is marriea Oakland Policeman Is Beaten in Street Fight PrenarednfiSs Demonstration of July 22 Enlists Man i Organizations I l The number of organisations enroll - H Ing aa marching unit In th great preparedness parade la Increasing dally Applications continue te pour Into headquarters for positions In the marching Una Already ninety - on business civic fraternal social and other organise - tlona have enrolled to march In th parade on July II Every Indication polnta to th fart that Ban Franclaco will ataar the moat Imprasslv scenic psrsd In Its nisiory on mi occasion A guess aa to the numbers would be premature at present but It Is safely eetlmated by members of the commltee In charge that the marchera will run high up In th thousand Jitneur Beaten Up Automobile Stolen Passengers Hurl Driver From Car and Drive Away Suddenly aelaed from behind by two paasengers who were riding In the rear seat of hla auto John Shllka a Jitney driver residing at 1ST Clara atreet waa thrown from hla machine to th street early yeeterday morning at the corner of Cortland and San Bruno avenuea One of the men took control of the automobile and the two drove away with It The etrangera entered the hue at Fifth and Market atreeta and offered to give Shllke a dollar to take them to the Intersecting avenuea mentioned Arriving there they made Jto attempt to rob him he aaya but beat him severely with their fists and hurled him from the car Hurrying to the neareat telephone he reported tne melt to the police The car Is a green five - passenger car license number 11443 Zionists Add 175000 To War Relief Fund Gang Attacks Tim Duane While He Is Patrolling Beat OAKLAND Jaly 2 Attacked by a gang of men a he was patrolling hi beat at Twenty - third avenue knd Eaat Fourtreenth atreet late tonight Policeman Tim Duane one of the oldest members of the force wae aeverely cut about the head and face before he could fight hla way free In the melee Duane managed to Inflict considerable damage to the per - aon of Tonv Ralnc 9lia TCnat Twirik - - - - Vi inB country attending i firV n i cconnldJ of the convention which to the Central Emergency Hoapital for repair ana men waa booked for assault 125 ACHES AT M0TJBTADI VIEW SOLD FOB 125000 Spadal Dlsoetes te The Chronicle SAN JOSE Jul V 2 J M and W J McKlllop of San Franclaco have purchased the Robert C Klrkwood ranch of 125 acres near Moditaln View The price le announced as 1125 000 The ranch Includes ISO acres 100 of which are In full - bearing prunee and apricots and there la modern realdence on the property The agency that handled the sale announces that the McKillopa will keep the horn plac for a country residence and subdivide the remainder MAN WANTED IN YREKA IS BECAPTUEED IN 0BE00N Special Plapetrh to The CsrnBfrle YREKA July J T C Stuart who registered from Loe Angeles and waa arrested for Issuing worthless checks on a bank In Kentucky was found about three miles over the Oregon and California line and returned of hla own accord On arriving In Horn - brook he asked for a abort time to MAKLAND TO HEAB TALK UPON INDuSTBIAL SURVEY niVTlKn Tulv a Tr R Xt ftna tall will tell the membera of the local hl ov accord r - fcmhar f Commerce tha detalU nf orooK lie ask the Industrial aurvsy to be made cti nia man ana eaia ne would settle the factories of the bay region by the checks Issued amounting to 40 ter ne couia not te Justice Brandeis Is Among Those at Philadelphia Convention PHILADELPHIA July 2 Nearly 1176000 to aid the cause of Zionists waa aubscribed at araaa me Ing which tonight brought to a close the first day of the nineteenth annual convention of the Zionlat organua tlons of America Headed by Juatli Louie D Brandele of the United SUtts Supreme Court prominent Jewish men and women are here from all aectlona of the country attending the eeealoiiM win end Wednesday The treaaurer a report ehowed that the American organisation had handled aince the beginning of the European war fl 400000 Wie necessary funda for the work of the current year will be S24000O aa compared with 1125000 of laat year LWeWTLeadersMake Threats in Minnesota Object to Governors Order That Striking Miners Be Disarmed ST PAUL Minn July S Declaring that thalr personal liberties aa cltliens have been violated by the order of Governor Burnqulat to the Sheriff of St Louis county to disarm all striking miners nine I W W leadera at Virginia In a telegram le - relved tonight aak if they are In Rueela The raeasage Is a demand that the Oovernor remove all mine guarda from within the city limits of mining towns on the range Otherwise the statement reada our minora will be Inatructed to de fend themaelvea s Heldas Itraorted nrorse ae reelalng at the Wlnrhrilrr Hotel on Tlilnl treet complained to the Kllce reeterduy that he bad hees held up at tha rornrr or Annie and Jeeele atreeta HetiimaT ervnlns mm or tnem nionrni hla t he ears from hla porhet San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Half an hour after he could not Is mat nr llnul I found havlne - escaped Ha waa re DL i Jon oSbth Sf hi r Vr toda I bach he rCiu Tie other h ork to be done on both eldea of the to Treka today I - kt - b bay and at the meeting Wedneaday afternoon he will go Into details so that tha local manufacturers committee of the Chamber of Commerce way give him every possible assistance This Week Ends Our Special Terms on This Beautiful VICTROLA Fifteen Full Month to Pay For Machine and Ten Double Faced Records Hundreds have accepted this offer during the past three weeks Victrola Style X47500 Ten Double Faced Records twenty selections 730 Total 8250 Why dont you send uvyour order If you knew the joy it would give you and your family you would willingly pay double the amount Order today Take fifteen months to pay 8KXD THIS COUPOX THE WILKV a AILKN CO lit Kearny St Pleass send lalalog and full particulars of your eaay pay meat plan for Victor buyers i Sign here Addreee Your Moneys Worth or Yoar Money Back m VICTOR TALKINO MACHINESSHEET MUSIC TWO KTtiANlK 135153 Kearny and 217225 Sutter Street Bp savings Member of the Associated Savings II Banks of San franclaco II I OKKCER AND DIRECTORS I JiMtSS D PHKLAN Presides fl OH A HOOPER Vtee - Preeldeat fl J K MOPKITT Vlee - rreeldeat Radalab gpreekele Bella V Watt Charlea Helbreok J C MeKlaatry H D MeElrey Freak J Devlla C B IIOBSON Cashier A IS CURTIS Aaalataat taehlr H J r MUlXKJr Aaalataat Cashier ll 1 II JM HI I his - Oearaateed Capital SIOoa00 ll I llllll Pald - VB Capital OJa Hull Ssrplae SS0000 III Beak Presalees Ted Merket Street Ofaalte Third her of Depositee l Average Asaeast per Aeeoaal SeS Fifty - Third Semi - Annual Statement JUNE 30 1916 RKSOfJHCKS Real Katete SSI1T1 a oa Etoade aad Btarka f Corpora Ilea SSSS - M Baak Premises Real Kstate bead Mlae - ellaae t sited Slate t seals Basks la lielii LIABIIiTlh1 Cealtal Paid tP f aaakgexja arplaa soeoeaee UedltMed Presto TS4aBag Deposits sAdASoia SIAe04r 4 - - A n i l - a

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