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A-1 Butter, Eggs 8C Cottage
Cheese

Del Monte Creamery

M. DETTLING. Prop.

Pure Pasteurized and Certified
Milk

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Near 17tb St.



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the sleeping equipment you buy.
It is for your protection.

Your furniture dealer can help
you make a selection of Simmons
products.

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THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



December



Office Telephone: GArfield 4633
Abbatoir: AT water 0700



88
H. MOFFAT CO.

WHOLESALE BUTCHERS



88



Office

Crocker First National Bank Building
1 Montgomery Street

Abbatoir
Arthur Avenue and Third Street, San Francisco



Santa Rosa Branch

328 South A Street
Phone 1430-J

P. TESTA, Manager



San Jose Branch

484 North 17th Street
Phone Ballard 3I19-R

T. BARRACO, Manager



Pompeii Macaroni Factory, Inc.



Manufacturers of



High Grade Alimentary Pastes
Long Cut and Fancy



Sacramento Branch

2428 K Street

J. A. BURNS, Manager



Oakland Branch

501 Franklin Street

Phone LAkeside 1246



Main Office
2987-89 Folsom Street

Near Twenty-sixth
PHONE MISSION 5744
San Francisco, California



Ask for

MAYROSE
HAMS AND BACON



They keep pace throughout the years
with the demands of critical appetites



At All Good Dealers



WESTERN MEAT
COMPANY



Phones: GRaystone 2027-2028



P. F. RATHJENS 8c SONS

PORK PACKERS

Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of

SAUSAGES

Sole Manufacturers of

EXPOSITION FRANKFURTERS



88



1331-1345 Pacific Street
Between Leavenworth and Hyde Streets

SAN FRANCISCO



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December



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21



Fads in the Assessors Office



By Louise M. O'Hara



FADS, 'tis said, are our saving
grace in this stern old world we
decorate for a while, so list while we
tell you of a few that lurk in our
midst :

\'ivian Schulz's pet fad is a pear
orchard at Walnut Creek where she
specializes in the choicest of Bartlett
pears during her spare week ends and
then, bless her blonde head, shares the
fruit of her toil with her fellow work-
ers in the office.

* * *

Gertrude Spencer's fad is a bosky
dell in the canyon of Brookdale, where
she has dammed a bit of the brook and
made a charming gold-fish pond, mak-
ing the view from her dining-room
window appear to be a bit of pictur-
esque Japan. Altogether a delightful
setting for the lovely bungalow.

* H^ *

Herman Zimmerman, our Chief,
also has a little fad ; he collects poison
oak yearly while helping the neighbors



get rid of the weed. The Chief, too,
has made a pool in his garden for his
little daughter and her friends to wade
in and later to be a lily pond.

* * *

Eddie Landau's pet hobby is the Boy
Scouts, a band of which Eddie is
Master. Eddie does some wonderful
work for his Scouts but that doesn't
prevent him from glancing shyly at
some of the girls he's meeting on his
travels. We hear all the news, Eddie.

* * *

Harold Boyd has but one thought
and that is the training of James Bruce
Boyd for the Democratic Presidency
and you may be sure James Bruce
takes the matter very seriously as is
manifested by his grave contempla-
tion of his father's office and co-work-
ers upon his rare visits here. How-
ever, he possesses a bit of his father's
famous humor, for he winked at us
and said, "That will be one time the
country v^-ill have a good looking
President." Smart fella, eh what?



Ed. Mcr.)evitt says it's so lovely up
the Russian River that he just hated
coming back, and that brings to our
mind a lovely bit of poetry written by
our versatile Thelma Benson, and
which is quite in keeping with the gen-
eral attitude of those of us who have
but recently returned from the great
out of doors.



THE CALL OF PAN

We are going to clean the house today.
Hang covers and pillows upon the line,

Beat the rugs and wipe the chairs,
And make the windows shine.

But a robin sings in the shady tree.
And the red clover's breath is sweet,

AnA a warm wind ruffles the river grass
Into paths for truant feet.

The zephyrs caress the rippling shore
Where we dream the hours away.

And the sunshine beams in golden gleams
Like a happy child at play.

The day drifts along like some sweet old
song.
In this cheery, peaceful way.
.\nA we look at the broom and lightly
presume
To clean the house some other day.
— Thelma Benson



A. J. BIN



P. J. RATTO



SAN BRUNO AVE. FEED & FUEL CO.

Hay, Grain, Wood, Coal, Lime and Cement

CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK
Auto Truck Hauling and Expressing

2561 San Bruno Avenue Phone RAndolph 1771



SEASON'S GREETINGS
from

MAX MORGEN



E. M. BERNSTEIN


FRANK A. GIRARD


MONDAY CIGAR CO.


Telephones: DOuglas


0389 and SUtter 0133


84 Ellis Street


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Telephones: SUtter 2201 ;


SUtter 2202




Golden Gate Dyeing


and


Cleaning


Works


EXPERT DYERS


AND


CLEANERS




Specializing


in Si


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San Francisco



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THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



December



Popularizing Serious Books

By Anne M. Farrell

Head of Fiction Department, Public Library



INVITATION



IN THE Victorian era, it was the
custom to be very serious about a lot
of things. One never laughed at fash-
ion, poked fun at art, or railed at liter-
ature. Books and pictures were held
in high esteem, and were comprehen-
sible only to men of letters or the col-
lege savant. Consequently, the work-
ing man had to content himself with
inferior wares, unless he had the time,
or cared to take the trouble, to carry
a fair-sized dictionary with him, in
an attempt to untangle the verbose
phraseology of most of the literature
of the nineteenth century.

Then Came a Change

Serious writers at the beginning of
the twentieth century were quick to
see that the times were changing.
Critics dared attack the traditional
forms of art, and went farther and
evolved a new standard of perfection.
Literature, too, was undergoing a
metamorphose. The mass of human-
ity was beginning to develop an in-
terest in the more serious type of
literature, and was insistent in its de-
mand for books that it could under-
stand.

Initial Experiment

As a consequence a movement, un-
conscious perhaps of any definite
form at first, was started toward the
popularizing of serious literature.
H. G. Wells made the initial experi-
ment with his "Outline of History,"
but such men as Van Loon, Dorsey
and Durant were quick to follow in
his footsteps.

With "Outlines of Art" and popu-
lar treatises on every conceivable sub-
ject flooding the market, a secondary
eflfort was necessary to make this
movement a success with the public.
The interior of the books assuming
a pleasing form, the outward appear-
ance was next taken into considera-
tion. Drab bindings were cast into
editorial waste-paper baskets, and in
their places publishers dared to issue
serious books in lively covers.

Thus we find the modern nonfiction
book a combination of fluency in style,
simplicity and clarity of thought, the
whole wrapped in an attractive cover,
ready to inveigle the reader's interest.

The Year's Popular Books

A new book of philosophy appears
under the arresting title of "Man-
shions of Philosophy" (by Durant)
and is vastly interesting, while Dim-
net's "Art of Thinking," a slim little



volume as modern as an Epstein sculp-
ture or a talking movie, has proved
to be one of the most popular books of
the year.

Religion has not been neglected by
these pioneers in making literature
readable for democracy. "The Man
Nobody Knows"' by Bruce Barton
achieved the extraordinary feat of
being a best seller. In cold statistical
figures this proves that several thou-
sand people were interested in a life
of Christ when written in a popular
manner, while had it appeared in the
style formerly used by biographers a
possible hundred or so might have
enjoyed reading it.

Biographical History

Through the efforts of Andre Mau-
rois and Emil Ludwig, biography has
enjoyed an enviable place among
popular nonfiction. The former with
"Disraeli," and the latter with "Napo-
leon," "Bismarck" and "Goethe" have
set a new fashion in the writing of
biographical history.

"Fun with Figures'' by Collins is an
amusing volume on mathematics, and
has caused many readers who skipped
through high school or college on a
barely passing grade, to delve once
again into the mystery of figures, this
time in a readable form.

Time was when cook books invari-
ably were labeled indiscriminately
"Mrs. So and So's Cook Book." But
glance at a modern example, "Coflfee
and WafHes," for instance ; slim as a
flapper, with a gaily decorated cover,
the contents are to the point without
the devious paths that fonnerly caused
ambitious young housewives to grow
prematurely gray in a vain endeavor
to find out how to change the lowly
potato from a natural to an edible
state.

"Secrets of Charm" is a fascinat-
ing book for the ladies on how to be
beautiful, and if one already enjoys
this delightful state, the author goes
farther along with descriptions of per-
fumes and moods, and there are in-
teresting chapters on that noble ex-
periment, how to lose and how to gain
weight.

So it goes, the law of averages de-
creeing that while most of the more
serious books are written in a popular
vein, a solemn note has crept into
much of the newer fiction. But the
reader of fiction will not need to
worry over this pertinent fact for, like
the poor, we have always with us the
detective story.



The Christmas program on the San
Francisco playgrounds, to which you
are invited, is as follows:

Saturday, December 21

West Portal Playground — Games,

2:30 p. m.

Presidio Heights — Program,

2:30 p. m.

Argonne Playground — ^Play,

2:30 p. m.

Douglas Playground — Program,

2:30 p. m.

Ocean View Playground — Party,

2 :00 p. m.

Chinese Playground — Games and

party 2:00 p.m.

Excelsior Playground — Nativity play,

8:00 p. m.

Monday, December 23

Portola Playground — Program,
2:30 p. m.

Throughout the city — Caroling,

8:00p. m.

Tuesday, December 24

Levi Strauss Playground — Program,
2 :30 p. m.



You can always
depend

on

J^tess Cake

for it is

fine of texture

fine of flavor

and

Surely Fresh



December



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



25



F YOU really feel
that your nurse's uni-
form detracts from
your smart appear-
ance, you have only to
see our

Ann Lawrence

Nurses' Costumes

in order to realize how
much they can add.



NURSES'

SPECIALTY

SHOP

681 Sutter Street

San Francisco,

California

PRospect 7539




SCOTT & GILBERT CO.

Jobbers, Importers, Exporters
Manufacturing Chemists, Wholesale Druggists



Telephone DAvenport 0150
268 Mission Street San Francisco, Calif.



Hospital Furniture Surgical Instruments Rubber Goods

Also For Sale or Rent: Invalid Chairs and Fracture Beds



We Specialize



In Hospital and Sick Room Supplies, also Industrial First
Aid Room Equipment



TRAVERS SURGICAL COMPANY

Physician and Hospital Supplies

Phone DOuglns 9477

429 Sutter Street San Francisco, Calif.

CALIFORNIA'S LEADING SURGICAL SUPPLY HOUSE




UTILITy-DEALTy



m



ELLER CO.



1072-1076 HOWARD STREET



TREAT MANUFACTURING
COMPANY

3 First Street

After January 1, 1930 — 82 First Street

SAN FRANCISCO

WHOLESALE

Curtains ' Draperies ^ Bedding
Made In Our Factory



COFFIN-REDINGTON CO.

Wholesale Druggists

Importers and Jobbers of

Drugs, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries

DEPOT FOR PARKE, DAVIS 8C COMPANY

401-433 Mission Street San Francisco



Telephone HEmlock 1700


CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY CO.


JAS. E. COLLOPY


President and Manager


1700 Folsom Street San Francisco


Unit of the Pacific Service Corporation





MERRY CHRISTMAS




COLLINS


& PRATT




Men's


Wear


61


TAYLOR STREET


SAN FRANCISCO



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December



PHONE DAVENPORT 0140



RENOWN

MANUFACTURING

COMPANY



Manufacturers

RENOWN BOILER COMPOUND



R. I. JONES

37 spear Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.







SUTTER 5447




B.


F.


STURTEVANT

749 Monadnock Building
SAN FRANCISCO


GO.



JOHN FINN, President



ROBERT B. FINN, Secretary



JOHN FINN METAL WORKS

SAN FRANCISCO and SEATTLE

Babbitt Metals and Solders - Type Metals and Zinc Dust
Galyanizing and Sherdardizing

372-398 SECOND STREET

Telephone SUTTER 4188



PHONE KEARNY 262 3



F. J. CARROLL, Prop.



San Francisco Brass Foundry

Established 1880

BRASS, BRONZE AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS

48-50 Clementina St. Manufacturers of

Bel. First and Second SUPERIOR BRONZE BUSHINGS

SAN FRANCISCO COMET BRONZE BEARINGS



D. A. PANCOAST COMPANY



Builders' Specialties



West Coast Life Building
605 Market Street San Francisco



F. R. SIEGRIST COMPANY


General Building Construction


C*~9


604 Williams BuUding


693 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO


Phone GArfield 4193


N. H. Sjoberg Frederick R. Siegrist



H. M. ORME, Manager



SUTTER 6454



WARREN & BAILEY CO.

Factory Distributors

ASHTON. MASON. STRONG EQUIPMENT

CHAS. A. SCHIEREN CO., LEATHER BELTING

MILL AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES



198 Second Street



San Francisco, Calif.









E.


M. HUNDLEY










BUILDING


HARDWARE SPECIALIST












Phones DOuglas 6386-6387






662


Mission


Street






San


Francisco



PHOENIX DAY COMPANY

Successors to THOMAS DAY CO.
729 Mission Street San Francisco



JOHN H. TWAY & SON

STEEL and IRON WORKERS

Ship, Machine and Contractors Blacksmiths

Phone DOUGLAS 2887
318 Brannan Street near Second San Francisco, Calif.



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December



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25



Kindly request your Insurance Broker to place your Insurance
through us



James Rolph, Jr., Landis 8C Ellis

GENERAL AGENTS
INSURANCE r BONDS

230 Sansome Street < San Francisco
Phone KEarny 1020



Telephone SUtler 0752

Richard W. Barrett

BARRETT & BARRETT
Attorneys at Law



;02-50S Humboldl Bank Building



San Francisco, California



FOSTER 8C FUTERNICK CO.



BOOKBINDING



444 Bryant Street



San Francisco



Phone MARKET 4603

JOHN R. WELCH

Printing
MAJESTIC PRESS

Commercial and Poster Work
315 HAYES STREET SAN FRANCISCO



Athletic Outfitters to the
World of Sports

156 Geary Street 575 Mission Street

SAN FRANCISCO



The gray LINE, Inc.

739-41 Market Street

Telephone DOUGLAS 0478

De Luxe Sightseeing Tours operated to all points of
interest in and about San Francisco.



HENLEY 8C SCOTT

GENERAL INSURANCE

201 Sansome Street Telephone SUtter 8300

SAN FRANCISCO



Lady Attendant at


All Hours


Telephone:
Mission 1811


H.


F. SUHR CO


, INC.




Funeral Directors 1


H. FRED SUHR, Pres.
HERBERT F. SUHR, Mgr.


2919 Mission Street

Between 2Sth and 26th
San Francisco



Established 1916



Telephone MArket 7832



Compliments from

CALIFORNIA PRINTING GO.

PRINTERS and BOOKBINDERS
HENRY HASKIN ALBERT J. COHEN

269 EIGHTH STREET SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.



Phone MOntrose 2870

PETER MORK

Fine Watch, Qock and Jewelry
Repairing and Diamond Setting

All Work Guaranteed



837 Irving Street



San Francisco



MERRY CHRISTMAS



Play Your Favorite Game at the

GOVERNOR ATHLETIC CLUB

PERSONAL INSTRUCTION

In Basketball, Boxing. Tennis and Other Sports

ELMER HARRIS. Ph\iiccl Director

Our Ultra Modem Facilities Include the Only Indoor Tennis Court

in California

1974 Page Street EVergrecn 7640

just four blocks from Kerar Stadium

ALFRED W. WEHE. Secretory



RAINBOW FLOWER SHOP



318 TURK STREET

San Francisco
Phone FRANKLIN 1384



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December



GARFIELD 5063



THOMAS
PORCARO

814 Montgomery Street
SAN FRANCISCO

Importer and Wholesaler of

PORCARO BRAND
OLIVE OIL
Italian Cheese

The Olive Oil that should be in every
home— PORCARO BRAND

Packed in Italy for Thos. Porcaro



PETE



and



RUDIE



HOME COOKING



Meals Served at All Hours



138 Francisco Street

Corner Stockton



Legal Opinions

By Sylvain D. Leipsic

Assistant City Attorney



"Opinion" — The conclusion
of an attorney touching the
merits of a submitted case.
(Funk, Wagnalls New Stand-
ard Dictionary, 1926.)

John J. O'Toole, City Attor-
ney of San Francisco, is one of
the outstanding municipal at-
torneys in the United States.
In this article Assistant City
Attorney Sylvain D. Leipsic
states that more than 320 writ-
ten opinions have been handed
down by this department, the
scope of the various decisions
covering practically every phase
of municipal government.



THE Charter of the City and
County of San Francisco in defin-
ing the duties of the City Attorney
states in part that "he shall give legal
advice, in writing, to all officers, boards
and commissions named in this Charter,
when requested so to do by them, or
either of them, in writing, upon ques-
tions arising in their separate depart-
ments involving the rights or liabilities
of the City and County."

Further, "He shall keep on file in
his office all written communications
and opinions given by him to any of-
ficer, board or department."

320 Opinions Rendered

John J. O'Toole, our City Attorney,
took office in January, 1926, and to
date he has rendered about 320 written
legal opinions in answer to requests
for the same. These written opinions
are in triplicate and kept on file in the
office, being accessible to any one inter-
ested or desiring to read them. The
originals, of course, are sent to the of-
ficer, board or department from
whence the request was made. They
cover a variety of subjects as can be
appreciated, for in a large and busy
municipal government such as ours, a
great number of problems constantly
arise. New laws are enacted every two
years by the State Legislature affect-
ing municipal governments and our
Board of Supervisors is always revok-
ing, amending, modifying and enacting
new ordinances, all of which usually
require the services of the City At-
torney for legal opinions.

To give the reader some idea of the
numerous subjects covered by the opin-



ions rendered, a few recent ones are
here listed, to-wit :

Subjects

Uncollected personal property dec-
larations shall be placed in Assessment
Roll. (To Assessor.)

Board of Supervisors authorized to
designate quality and specifications of
lighting standards, and also to enter
into contract for their purchase. (To
Joint Committee of the Board of Su-
pervisors on Streets and Street Light-
ing.)

Injured firemen entitled to full treat-
ment at San Francisco Hospital, but
cannot procure treatment from private
physicians at the City's expense. (To
the Board of Fire Commissioners.)

Principals, as such, may be dis-
charged or re-assigned at will except
during term agreed upon. (To the
Board of Education.)

Liability of Department of Elections
for repairs to rented truck. (Depart-
ment of Elections.)

Construction of store in second resi-
dential district. (City Planning Com-
mission.)

Method of setting out amounts in
publication of delinquent tax list. (Tax
Collector.)

Purchase of Busses for Municipal
Railway. (To the Public Utilities
Committee of the Board of Super-
visors.)

Board of Health has not authority to
contract for emergency services in
private hospitals, but may be liable in
certain cases. (Department of Public
Health.)

Tax Collector cannot establish
branch offices for collection of tax.
(Tax Collector.)

Penalties for failure to include se-
curities in tax return. (The Assessor.)

Period of time in which applicant
for citizenship must be naturalized
after making his declaration of inten-
tion.

War Memorial Trust Agreement.
(The Mayor.)

Appointment of Directors to Golden
Gate Bridge and Highway District.

Needless to mention, the preparation
of these opinions requires much care
and extensive research. Frequently the
points involved are matters of first im-
pression with no precedent to support
the conclusion reached. Such matters
as bridge construction, garbage dis-
posal and interpretation of assessments
and tax laws called for many opinions
from the City Attorney.



December



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27



GREAT LAND
OPPORTUNITIES!

In Western San Joaquin Valley

400,000 Acres for Sale by Miller 8C Lux

There are fine bargains in all size tracts from 10
acres to 10,000 acres

Suitable for Every Kind of Agriculture

Miller 8i, Lux prices have created a remarkable

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

The division and sale of these vast holdings means
inevitable and permanent increase in land values.

MILLER & LUX, Incorporated

Merchants Exchange Bldg.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



DAvenport 7290

O.AARON

Registered Plumbing and Heating

289 FOURTH STREET
Bet. Howard and Folsom San Francisco



Estimates Given on All Work



Jobbing Promptly Attended to



Phone HEmlock 1062



HAUSER WINDOW COMPANY

Reversible Window Hardware for all Types
of Buildings



1370 HARRISON STREET



SAN FRANCISCO



Spray Painting Lacquer Finishing


Sand Blasting


J. H. DEVERT

Incorporated

Painting and Decorating




912 Harrison Street

Phone DOuglas 6850


San Francisco



A Blind-X Gas Fountain Pen

STOPS Insuntly and
HIM! Har'nlessl



PRICE
Fountain Pen ^6.00
Cartridges .50 * - . ■

CALIFORNIA ARMS COMPANY

Manufacturers and Distributors

ARMS AND EQUIPMENT
225 Eleventh Street San Francisco

For Use of Civil and Military Governments



MORGAN & CO.

DRAYING

Forwarders, Distributors and Warehousing

Automobiles, Airplanes. Merchandise Crated and Boxed for Export
or Domestic Shipment

764 Qay Street San Francisco

Telephone DAVENPORT 9860



EMPIRE PLANING MILL

H. W. GAETJEN, President and Manager

General Mill Work
740-750 Bryant Street SAN FRANCISCO

Phones KEARNY 07700771



We Furnish Help Free

MURRAY

and

READY

The Leading Employment Agents

782-784-786 Howard Street
Phones SUTTER 1205-6-7

FEMALE DEPARTMENT
Phone FRanklin 3001 102 Golden Gate Ave.



Stockton



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Sacramento



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Decembe




A. GIURLANI 8C BRO., Importers

537 Front Street, San Francisco



A. LEVY & J. ZENTNER CO.

DISTRIBUTORS

FRUITS and VEGETABLES

Home Office

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Telephone DAvenport 8530

BRANCHES

Sacramento Oakland Eureka Stockton Santa Rosa Fresno San Jose

Chico Alturas Estudillo Merced Reno, Nev. Elko, Nev.



Telephone B Ay view 3619



Roman! 8c Nieri, Proprietors



RICHMOND RAVIOLI FACTORY

Manufacturers of

TAGLIARINI AND RAVIOLI

and Mushroom Gravy

IMPORTED GROCERIES

308 Clement Street San Francisco, Calif.







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SENT FREE ON REQUEST

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A DELICIOUS SPREAD FOR BREAD

ALSO BEST FOR COOKING AND BAKING
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HICKMAN PRODUCE CO.

DISTRIBUTORS

910 HARRISON ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Compliments of

RED STAR MALT

PRODUCTS
800 McAllister Street



H. P. PATTERSON



N. G. SCHILLER



Admiration )

Perfecto Garcia .a. f^Jf^ A DC

Puerto Del Rey T *-l«J^K3

Webster )



/ Petersons



, Comoys
PIPES Dunlap

(Old Mission
San Juan



The House of Service

SHAW-LEAHY CO., Inc.

WHOLESALE CANDY, CIGARS 6- NOVELTIES

Largest Distributors of Pipes on the Pacific Coast

Phone HEmlock 3610 i

207-211 NINTH STREET SAN FRANCISCO



Phone SUTTER 5 137




THEISEN 8C CARRIE

Shamrock Brand CORNED MEATS



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