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cast hungry eyes upon this tract, the
situation of which is incomparable from
a scenic standpoint. Trustees of the
cemetery association, however, have
turned a deaf ear to pleas that the ceme-
tery be removed and the remains of the
outstanding pioneers which rest there
be transferred to another resting place.

In passing the resolution, W. B. Reis,
president of the cemetery association,
declared that the desecration of this
historic cemetery would be an irrepar-
able loss to San Francisco and ex-
pressed the hope that the people of this
city will see fit to accept the association's
gift when they vote on the Memorial
Park proposition next November.



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SAN FRANCISCO

HOTELS



THE CLIFT

A DISTINGUISHED CITY'S MOST
DISTINGUISHED HOTEL



ALEXANDER HAMILTON

MODERN TWENTT-TWO STORY
APARTMENT HOTEL.



THE PLAZA

UNSURPASSED LOCATION —
FACING UNION SQUARE



ALLIED PROPERTIES



TENTS
AWNINGS



WATERPROOF
DUCK



AMERICAN
TENT AND AWNING CO.

1132 Mission Street

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Phone MArkel 2193



(POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)



RETAIN




DUNCAN MATHESON
Treasurer

For the fiscal year ending June 30,
1937, actual cash received and dis-
bursed. $158,367,212.04. The office cost
of handling $1,000 is 23y3 cents. In ad-
dition thereto the office handled $105,-
966,008.17 in transfers and inter-
departmental accounts which are not
included in the cost of handling $1,000.
The office collected $1,927,189.28 in-
heritance tax for the State of California
and received $12,369.74 in commissions
and fees for making the collections.
Bond interest paid ^7.672,227. Matured
bonds paid $6,922,700.

Office costs are lower than in any
other city of equal population, and much
lower than in any financial institution
for the same volume of business.
Respectfully submitted,
Duncan Mathesun, Treasurer,
City an d County of San Francisco.

DENALAN DENTAL
PLATE CLEANSER

Stops "Plate Breath"



Quickly removes sur-
face accumulation and
sourodor. No brushing.

Price 50c

Sold with money-back guarantee.




VOTE FOR THE BONDS



36



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Telephone HEmlock 1442



GOUGH FURNITURE CO.

2169 Mission Street, bet. 17th and 18th
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Compliments of

RITEWAY
PRINTING COMPANY

568 Clay Street San Francisco

EXbrook 8258-8328



RITA CHRISTIANSEN, Prop.



New Fillmore Coffee Shop
"A Good Place to Eat"

At The New Fillmore Hotel
932 Fillmore Street



Watches - Clocks - Jewelry Repaired

THE TIME SHOP

Watches and Jewelry Can Be Purchased on
EASY TERMS

CRYSTAL PALACE MARKET

J. D. McAULIFFE
1175 Market Street Saa Francisco



MARTY MARTINEZ



CHAS. CLEAVER



BAY MEADOWS

98 Eddy St., Corner of Mason

Choicest of Liquors Served

Phone EXbrook 2930 San Francisco, Calif.



GArfield 0807



Ruby L. Hoffman

INTERNAL BATHS y SUN LAMPS

Suite 216. Galen BIdg.
391 SUTTER ST. SAN FRANCISCO



Telephone WEST 8930

Eddie Huse Place

1200 WEBSTER STREET

Drinks of All Kinds

ALICE HUSE, Manager



Hale's Mission Store

MISSION STREET, NEAR 22nd

A Complete Department Store in the
Heart of the Mission

YOU WILL ALWAYS SAVE MONEY



GEORGE EMERSON'S
EXCHANGE TAVERN

Quality Food Courteously Served

Fine Wines and Liquors / Cool Beer

on Draft < New Management

368 Bush St. Phone DOnslas 9187

San Francisco



J. LARSON, Prop.

Great Western Cafe

WINES - LIQUORS
SPANISH LUNCHES

741 Seventh Street
Phone TEmplcbar 9633 Oakland



HOURS: 10-8 NO SUNDAYS

RUBWELL STUDIO

605 Jones Street
near Geary— Apt. 32

For Appointment Phone ORdway 3201

Relaxing, Restful Massages



A Real Japanese Restaurant — Sukiyaki

YAM AT O

SAN FRANCISCO

RESTAURANT No. 1
717 CaUfornIa Street Phone DOnglas 8366

RESTAITRANT No. 2
562 Grant Ave. Phone DOuslas 8369



A. L.


SHAFFER T. C.

301 Club

301 Valencia Street


WILSON


Phone UNderhlli 9120 San


Francisco



Entertainment by JOHNNY and LEE GOMEZ
OLIVER CORTESI, Prop.

OLIVER'S

Cafe and Cocktail Lounge

ITALIAN DINNERS
Specializing in Charcoal Broiled Steaks

424 Bayshore Blvd. So. San Francisco

PHONE SO. S. F. 329



VICTOR

FRENCH CUSTARD

ICE CREAM

Victor Ice Cream Company
460 Eighth Street

Phone IVIArket 7044 San FrancKco



BANQUET ROOM



BAR DE LUXE



Village of S+amboul

LUNCHES and DINNERS

1013 Van Ness Ave., near O'Farrell
ORDWAY 3121 SAN FRANCISCO



OLAF HODNE



STEAKS - CHOPS



OLE'S RESTAURANT

202 - 3rd Street, San Francisco

Special Fish Orders

Black Cod Bellies - Salmon Bellies

Norway Mackerel " Kippered Alaska Black Cod

Imported Norway Fish Balls ~ Fresh Oysters



BEER • WINE
Breakfast • Lunches • Sandwiches

EVANS TAVERN

and RESTAURANT

PETER MARASCHIN, Manager
85 Broadway Phone DOouglas 9891



101 CLUB

MUSIC SATURDAY "NITES"
JACK JORDAN

Former Muny Conductor-Bus Driver
300 Prccita Avenue at Folsom Street



SHIELDS BROS.

Triplets Tavern

1723 Polk Street
UNDERHILL 3789



Hours: 10-11 Every Day



Tel. EXbrook 6269



MASSAGE & BATHS

OFFICE 202

555 Sutter Street



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37



Speed Up San Francisco Traffic
Say Experts

(Continued from Page 1+)

Other safety measures will include
installation of automatic block signals
to permit minimum safe headways in
the subways and along the surface
rights of way. Interlocking will be pro-
vided for all switches in regular use
underground. A complete telephone
system will cover all rapid transit
routes. An efficient lighting system will
care for the subways, with high inten-
sity illumination at all stations. Fans
of sufficient capacity will force ade-
quate ventilation through the tubes,
even with cars stalled.

To scare the voting public, the
"earthquake" bugaboo has been raised
by subway opponents. But if a twenty-
story Class A reinforced concrete
building is "earthquake proof," ob-
viously the reinforced concrete subway
tubes, surrounded by pack earth, are
infinitely more so.

There will be an escalator of suffi-
cient capacity for heavy traffic at the
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
rail terminal station. Pumps for drain-
age and waste at some stations will be
installed at all grade dips.

The subways will make for safety,
and any positive accident prevention
would be impressive in view of San
Francisco's past record. There were
1,095 major and minor accidents along
the four-track distance of Market
Street last year.

The rapid transit system will take
five years to complete, but delay in
starting it won't make it any cheaper.
Neither will the need grow any less
pressing with delay, unless all of San
Francisco's present residents move
across the bay to live because the
bridges offer a faster way home.



SHARPEN IT
WITH YOUR
THUMB!



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shaip's new Repeating
Pencil . . . and out pops
a fresh point! When one
stick of lead is used,
press the cap . . . and
a new lead appears!

It's the handiest —
and handsomest — pen-
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you need reload it only
once or twice a year.

In pyralin and gold-
filled models, from

$2.00 to $5.00

At leading Stationery, Drug,

Jewelry and Department

Stores



Compliments


of


San Francisco


Lodge


No. 3, B. P. O.


ELKS


456 Post Street



(POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)



DR. M. JAS.

McGRANAGHAN

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW




CANDIDATE FOR

TREASURER

The Issue

The Incumbent Treasurer, T2 years old,
retired on pension for disability' years agd
has paid mlUlonB of dollars of questionable
claims from County tax money without ob-
jection.

The treasurer is a necessary check on the
legality of all claims against taxpayers*
money, otherwise the office could be abol-
ished with a great saving of tax money.

Dr. IVIcGranaghan, a lawyer, as Treasurer,
will object to every questionable claim, sav-
ing the taxpayers more than

One Hundred Thousand Dollars
a Year

VOTE FOR

DR. McGRANAGHAN



Call and Discover Reasonable Rates
Phone ORdway 8028

MERCHANTS' SPEQAL DELIVERY
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY

F. ADDLESTONE



1270 Bush St.



San Francisco, Calif.



The Dryrite Company

of California, Inc.
SAN FRANCISCO

3338 17th Street Telephone MArket 1130



Levi Strauss & Co.

98 Battery Street



"SINCE 1853"



COTTRELL BROTHERS

MOVING - STORAGE - PACKING - SHIPPING

Real Estate — Insurance

MONEY ADVANCED ON GOODS IN STORAGE

Phone HEmlock 1000 — Day or Night
2358 Market Street San Francisco



O'CONNOR'S

Carload Buying Power — Six Stores

1899 Union Street 955 Geneva Avenue

1610 Polk Street 1007 Taraval Street

5106 Mission Street 3201 Divisadero St., Cor. Lombard

SAN FRANCISCO



GRaystone 1300

BROADWAY GARAGE

2120 POLK STREET



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HARRY FULLER'S

THREE LITTLE PIGS

Phone PRospect 9804
611 GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO



GOOD FOOD



POPIILAR rRKES



LEADER LUNCH

63 Fifth Street — 35 Sixth Street
The Leader Dairy Lunch, Inc.

Main Office: S5 Fifth Street, Rmim IIS
Phone Slitter 0237 SAN FRANCISCO



TUxcdo 9982



Dave Rafael, Prop,



"RAFAEL'S"

Best Foods »• Finest Liquors
153 Mason Street San Francisco



"Hal" Wilkinson



PRospecl 9743



The Lads Buffet

Where It's Christmas Every Day
1332 Van Ness

BETWEEN SUTTER AND BUSH



HOURS 10-10

SWEDISH MASSAGE

A. ABBOTT

Electric Cabinet Baths

101 Post Street — Office 508
Phone GArfteld 9842 for Appointment



Fillmore 9734 Private Booths for Ladies

CHESTER'S CAFE

// you like ITALIAN foods . . .
Come to us

Served the Way You Like 'Em

WINES • BEER • CIGARS



3138 FILLMORE ST.



SAN FRANCISCO



PHONE VALENCIA 98m

Fine Wineg - Liquors - Eats
Good Fellowship

O'LEARY'S

3591-20th Street Near Valencia

SAN FRANCISCO

LES O'LEARY. Manager



JOHNNY FORD

TIME CAFE

Oakland's Finest Drink Emporium
and Restaurant



580 - 14th Street



Oakland, Calif.



Laundry and Garment Presses / Prosperize
Cleansing Units

THE PROSPERITY
COMPANY. INC.

1142 MISSION STREET
Phone MArket 5048 San Francisco



CHATEAU
PASTRY SHOPPE

Wholesale ■ Retail

PIES • CAKES • PASTRIES

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN ALL ORDERS

Phone BAyview 2171 217 Balboa Street

SAN FRANCISCO



Open Day and Night Men Only

Telephone TUxedo 9892

Jack's Turkish Baths



1052 Geary Street (near Van Ness)

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Hot Room, Steatn Cabinet. Soap Rub with

Private Room SI. 25 Saturdays $1.50



PHONE DOUGLAS 9478

EL PATIO

A Real Mexican and Spanish
Restaurant

1301 Powell Street, corner Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO



Raniona Cake Shop

322S Twenty-second Street

SAN FRANCISCO

Phone ATwater 5039

Out Motto: "Not How Cheapo But How Good"



L. &L.


TAVERN


4528 Mission Street


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.


Phone RA


ndolph 9930


L. CANEPA


L. GHIOTTO



R. PRIGION! A. VIVORIO

BAY CITY GRILL

The Landmark of S. F.

Oysters, Sceaki. Chop», Fish and Poultry

Private Dining Rooms for Ladles

Telephones: TUxedo 9421— ORdway 6878
45 Turk Street San Francisco, <aUf.



THE OFFICE

IN THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT

Fine Food, Wines and Liquors
BEER ON DRAUGHT

Leo Roberts 465 Montgomery St.

SAN FRANCISCO



OUT OF PEP—

For Health and Longevity
Infection, Glands, Internal Baths

JEAN ADAMS

2511 SACRAMENTO STREET



JOE McCarthy jerry mulvihill

M. & M. TAVERN

Fine Food, Drinks and Good Fellowship
Courtesy i Service

3i25 Twenty-fourth St., near Mission
VALENCIA 9916



Jean Sajus



Leon Guilhas



THE 100



CORNER
Seventh Street and Mission

Good Liquors and Good Service
Imported Goods

Phone HEmlock 9144 San Francisco, Calif.



A. GUIDI


A. SCURICH


POMPEI


GRILL


Italian and French Dinners


A La Carte Service


Open Sunday, 4 p.


m. to 9 p. m.


Lunch 50c • Dinners 60c


and 85c, Sunday, 85c


Phone GArfield 7679


161 Sutter Street



Independent Creamery
and Ice Cream Company

Phone ORdway 8118 for Voiir Frozen Dessert

EAT MORE . . . it's richer

FRENCH CUSTARD ICE CREAM

Frozen Puddings In .Any Desigrn, Flavor or
Combination

EATMORE ICE CREAM FACTORY
1525 Union Street San Francisco



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39



The Man Sooy

(Continued from Page 19)

iiig a like amount of money through
public or private subscription and the
acquisition of a building site to be
deeded to the state free of all incum-
brance. Bufifeted about like a rubber
ball between the supervisors, the mayor
and the people of San Francisco, it was
not until 1935 that the district was
qualified to receive the state's appro-
priation. Out of a fund created by
the nineteen original promoters, who
pledged themselves to the development
of the idea on that memorable day in
Marina, fifty-five acres on the bound-
ary between San Mateo and San Fran-
cisco counties were purchased.

Four hundred fifty thousand cubic
feet of earth were shifted to give the
site the desired elevation. Federal
grants were received in the form of
labor and materials amounting to
$528,000. Last August the cornerstone
ceremonies were held in connection
with the erection of the main unit,
known as the Arena, to cost $640,000.
Then the maritime strike interfered
with the delivery of structural steel
from eastern ports. Construction was
halted temporarily, but during the past
spring was again resumed and now the
great arches which will support a roof
146 feet from the ground are about to
join. This arena, 400 feet long by 300
feet wide, without a single pillar to ob-
struct the vision, will dwarf any simi-



lar building yet constructed in this
country and have a seating capacity of
12.000, which can be increased to
30.000 by utilizing the ring.

This key structure will be flanked
on all four sides by additional units
which will house livestock and com-
mercial exhibits, making a building ot
fourteen acres under one roof, con-
vertible to other exposition and conven-
tion purposes to increase the income
possibilities of the plant and its useful-
ness to the Bay area. The total esti-
mated cost of improvements alone,
including a half-mile track and grand-
stand, reaches $3,000,000. To some
these figures may have a ring of ex-
travagance, overbigness and the like,
but the prediction has been made by
those who know that even the present
well devised plans for the flanking
buildings will prove to be none too ex-
pansive when the opening show is held.

And when will that be? All indi-
cations point to the dedicatory show
being held as a major feature of the
Golden Gate International Exposition
in 1939. Developments between the
Golden Gate management and the dis-
trict have been most happy and fortu-
nate. The World's Fair would be sadly
incomplete without a livestock depart-
ment, and yet the space on Treasure
Island simply will not accommodate
such an array of exhibits as this magnet
will draw. Very wisely, the Exposi-
tion's board of managers turned to



Agricultural District I-A for the use of
its facilities in housing the livestock
features. Thev were willing that
$500,000 of the'$5,000,000 state appro-
priation for the World's Fair be di-
verted to the Grand National and there
used for the completion of the neces-
san- features of the stock show plant.
This move at once relieved the building
fund situation for Mr. Sooy and his
district trustees and at the same time
will provide the Golden Gate Exposi-
tion with a physical equipment for its
livestock division such as no show has
ever been granted in this country. And,
incidentally, by this arrangement the
interests of the taxpayers have been
well served.

Soon, therefore, San Francisco will
join the parade of cities which acknowl-
edge their appreciation of the value of
great stock shows every year — such as
Chicago, Kansas City, Fort Worth,
Denver, Portland and Los Angeles.
The latter city has long held its Great
Western Livestock Show under the
handicap of inadequate facilities. In
adding San Francisco and Los Angeles
to the great circuit of stock shows, Mr.
Sooy was joined by J. A. McNaughton
in getting needed appropriations from
the legislature of building programs.
These men, representing the interests
of Agricultural Districts 1-A and 6,
worked in closest harmony, thus dem-
onstrating their capacity for foresight
and leadership.



THOMAS R. CAREW MEMORIAL CHAPEL

CAREW and ENGUSH

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Established 1890

The City's Most Beautiful Establishment
for All San Francisco

MASONIC AND GOLDEN GATE AVENUES

Fillmore 2414 Lady Attendant

We are mindful of what the family can afford

LEO V. CAREW, President AGNES C. CAREW, Secretary



American Ambulance Company

Physicians' Exchange
Nurses' Bureau

Military Blue Limousine Type Ambulances
Lowest Ambulance Rates Known

PHONE MARKET 2100
146 Central Avenue San Francisco



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supen SERVICE
esTAB. ■•••

specialists in

WHEEL ALIGNING - NEW TIRES - BRAKE RELINING
.3rd and Brannan Sts. San Francisco

M. H. GRANFIELD PHONE DOUGLAS 6512



MORCK BRUSH

MANfUFACTURING CO.

236 EIGHTH STREET
SAN FRANCISCO



PATEK 8C COMPANY

Laundry Supplies r Cleaners' Materials
Fine DyestuflFs and Dyers' Accessories

1900 SIXTEENTH STREET SAN FRANCISCO

PHONE MARKET 6710



LEE



Overalls » Unionalls and Playsuits

746 Brannan St. Tel. UNderhiU 2972

SAN FRANCISCO



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ORDWAY 8479



JIMMIE RYAN



THE MIRROR

BUFFET



65 Taylor Street



San Francisco



Tune in KFRC, 6:30 p. m. i Heated Grandstand

BADEN KENNEL CLUB

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO

No Unaccompanied Minors Admitted



MME. and MR. J. BERDOULAY, Vrops.

STANFORD FRENCH LAUNDRY

WE DO MENDING FREE
Work Called For and Delivered — Prompt Service

Telephone WEst 3629 2409 Sacramento St., San Francisco



Skilled Operators in Facial and Scalp Treatments

No Connection With Any Oth^r Place

PHONE ORDWAY 8036

Paul's Hair Dressing Salon

Permanent Waving, Hair Dyeing
Finger Waving and Marcelling



716 Sutter Street, near Taylor



San Francisco



Builders* Hardware • Fluster Board • Roofing • Patnt
PHONE UNDERHILL 4080

Great Western Building Material Co.

LUMBER f SASH / DOORS

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
1673-85 Mission Street San Francisco

AFFILIATED OFFICES

Los Angeles • Minneapolis • St. Paul • Toledo • Cincinnati
Philadelphia • Indianapolis

CLEVELAND WRECKING COMPANY

Wreckers Terminal and Viaduct Approach Site

San Francisco Yards: Cor. Spear and Howard Streets
PHONE SUTTER 8498






E. CLEMENS HORST CO.

World's Largest Hop Grotcers

Main Office: 235 Pine St., San Francisco

Branch Office: 39 Cortlandt St.,

New York City



ED'S
SMOKE SHOPPE

Cigars and Cigarettes

8919 Sixteenth Street Near Hovpard

SAN FRANCISCO, C.*LIF.

Compliments of

JOE ANDERSON

133 Fourth Street

SAN FR.ANCISCO



Compliments of

SAN CARLOS LAUNDRY

263 San Carlos Street

Compliments of

RALPH'S PLACE

The Best in Wines, Beers, Liquors

EATS

2136 20th Street, corner ot York
SAN FRANCISCO

PHONE ORDWAY 4615

SOPHEY-BROS. CO.

LIQUOR STORE

High. Grade Wines

1806 POLK STREET

Home Made Bakery

WHOLESALE & RETAIL

EAGLE CAFE

H. G. NAKAHIRO

1709 BUCHANAN ST. .SAN FRANCISCO

Phone WEst 3442



CHOICE VnifE :: LIQUOR :: BEER

HACKETT'S BUFFET

MRS. M. and JOHN J. HACKETT, Props.
Merchants Lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

893 Mission Street, at 5th Street

PHONE DOUGLAS 9479

SUITS TAILORED TO MEASURE

Phone HEmlock 3746

SERBIN'S

Clothiers and Haberdashers

PERSONAL SERVICE

445 CASTRO STREET SAN FRANCISCO



GARFIELD 9491



FRANK NOLAN, JR.



BOUNCER'S CAFE

Merchants Lunch
Beer — Wines — Liquors

64 TOM N.SEND STREET SAN FRANCISCO



The New World-Sun Daily

Phone Fillmore 0095
1618 Geary Street San Francisco, Calif.



Ice Cold BEER Seryed Here
On Tap or in Bottles

VICK'S

Golden Cabin Restaurant

CHOICEST WINES
8 Masonic Avenue San Francisco, Calif.

Tel. WEst 9766 Ed and Frank Smythe, Props.

THE DOG HOUSE

"The Doggiest Place in Town"
ENTERTAINMENT

Nightly 9:00 p. m. to 1;00 a. m.

Sunday afternoon, 2:00 to 6:00 p. m.

1692 Fillmore Street San Francisco, Calif.



THE IDEAL

GUS STRAUS
1597 Turk Street

Corner Pierce St.
Mixed Drinks a Specialty



TELEPHONE UNDERBILL 2272

SOON WO

LAUNDRY

No. 6, 7, 17, 32 Cars
318 DIVISADERO ST., NEAR PAGE

SAN FRANCISCO



M. A. FINNILA. Prop.



Tel. MArket 4838



FINNISH BATHS

for Health and Reducing

Open DAILY from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.

2284 Market St., near 16th

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Grace's at the Beach

Jumbo Hot Dogs — Ham and Eggs

Seryed at the Beach
640 GREAT HIGHWAY



We buy the best, Serve the best at the
lowest possible price

A Trial Will Convince You

CASTLE COFFEE SHOP

115 FOURTH STREET

AMERICAN AND CHINTISE DISHES

KEHOE DISPLAY FIXTURE
COMPANY

541 Market Street San Francisco, Calif.

Telephone DOuglas 3469

Designers and Mannfactorers . . . Wood and

Metal Display Equipment

Modelers and IVIakers . . . Composition

Mannequins. Papier Mache Forms

Cloak and Suit Manufacturers* Dre«s Forms



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PHONE DOl'GLAS 0830

ADOLPH BLAICH, INC.

Cutlery and Sporting Goods

EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE

583 Market Street

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.



ORDWAY 7400

Fred G. Ainslie

GENERAL INSURANCE
1517 Pine Street

SAN FRANCISCO



THE DAWN

681 MARKET ST. 20 ANNIE ST.

(Near PaUce Hotel)
"Happy Days Pals"

FRANK T. HUNTER, Owner and Manager
DOUGLAS 8152



Rates: Week Days. 75c per Hour

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. $1 per Hour

Horses Well Trained and Gentle

Western Equipment

"Ride Western"

LONE STAR STABLE



FREE INSTRUCTIONS

ROBERT (TEX) MURPHY, Prop.

Sloal Blvd. and Skyline CutoR (17 and 12 Cars)

Telephone OVerland 9534



LYLE WILLIA.MS

THE SPOTLIGHT INN

The Biggest Little Spot in Town

219 Jones St. San Francisco, Calif.

Across the Street from the Musicians Union
TU.XEDO 9-58



McLaren park ranch
RIDING ACADEMY

Ride Western

Night Rides . . . Saddle Horses (or Hire

Horses Boarded

T\vo-Hour Nile Ride Through the Beautiful

McLaren Park Every Evening

Experienced Guides

Barbecues — Phone for Reservations



2400 GENEVA AVE.



K-WDOLPH 9555



Victor L. Coppa. Prop. V. Joe Coppa, Mgr.

COPPA'S RESTAURANT

120 Spring Street at Califortiia
Bet. Kearny and Montgomery

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.
Phone Sillier 9527 ■ EXbrook 4180

Lunch 50c i Dinner Deluxe 75c
A La Carte



Football at Kezar Stadium




JOSEPH R. HICKEV

Director of Public Recreation, in charge of

Kezar Stadium



KEZAR SCHEDULE

The following games are the balance
of schedule to be played at Kezar
Stadium :

October 14 (Thursday) — Commerce
vs. St. Ignatius.

October 15 (Friday) — Polytechnic
vs. Balboa.

October 21 ( Thursday ) — .Sacred
Heart vs. (jalileo.

October 22 (Friday)— St. Mary's
vs. Idaho.

October 29 ( Friday 1 — Galileo vs.
St. Ignatius.

October 30 (Saturday) — Balboa vs.
Commerce.

November 6 ( Saturday ) — Galileo
vs. Polytechnic.

November 7 (Sunday) — USF vs.
St. Mary's.

November 9 (Tuesday) — Lowell vs.
Sacred Heart.

November 10 or 11 (Wednesday or
Thursday) — Sacred Heart vs. St. Ig-
natius.

November 12 (Friday) — St. Igna-
tius vs. Balboa.

November 14 ( Sunday ) — Santa
Clara vs. St. Mary's.

November 19 (Friday) — Mission
vs. Polytechnic.

November 20 (Saturday) — Sacred
Heart vs. St. Ignatius.

November 25 ( Thursday ) — Poly-
technic vs. Lowell.

December 4 (Saturday) — USF vs.
Michigan State.

Tanuarv 1 (Saturdav) — East vs.
West.

VOTE FOR THE BONDS



SUncr 3474 and 3475

Trask & Squier Co.

STEEL EQUIPMENT
39 Natoma Street S«n Frandaco



Levin's Au+o Supply Co.

AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES
CAMPING GOODS



11 Van Ness Ave.. San Francisco, Calil.

PHONE HEMLOCK 7500

OAKLAND: 2425 Broadway



EARL E. ROBBINS

Automotive Repairing

Authorized Buick Repair Service

55 Oak St. San Francisco, Calif.

MArket 3589



GRAYLINE TRAVEL
SERVICE

STEAMSHIP, AIR and BUS TRAVEL

SIGHTSEEING TOURS - LIMOUSINES

Phone DOuglas 0477 and 0478

781 Market St. San Francisco



JAS. H. REILLY, JR. JOS. A. REILLY
LEO 1. REILLY



JAS. H. REILLY & CO.

Funeral Directors



Phone ivnsslon 7711



29th & Dolores Sts.



CHEERIO
CORNER HOUSE


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