The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 16, 1912, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE SUADA1' OKliGOMAA. FOliTLAND. JUNE 16, 1912.
ALrtlEDA fillllE
crosr-cuts and shafts, besides Install
ing a smelter.
"I am one of the oldest stockholders
in the company and am entirely satis
fied with my investment. I have vis
Ited the company's property a number
of times and know that the claims are
all right.
"The officers hare been doing- every
thing; th.xt they could towards develop
Inc the property and putting it on i
paying; basis. No, the stockholders
have not received any dividends yet.
but I am convinced that the mining;
claims are all excellent and will
eventually produce 'satisfactory divi
Officers of the company have just
completed plans for prosecuting; their
development activities aggressively.
This will probably be delayed because'
of the institution of the suit by the
Ohio stockholders.
"This is simply a case of an attorney
pany. last night. "There is no Justi
fication whatever for the appointment
of a receiver, as we will be able to
show in court- The company owns
1000 acres of as good mining lard of
Its character as is to be found any
where in the Pacific Northwest. We
have already expended $600,000 in the
development of the property and have
done everything that could be expect
ed reasonably by the stockholders."
Ohio Stockholders Not Satis
fied With Management
of Company.
Vice-President Says Concern Owns
J 000 Acres of Pay Dirt and Has
Done $500,000 Development
Work on Good Prospect.
Armed with - an order signed by
Vnlted States Judge Bean and appoint
ing him temporary receiver of the prop--rtyv
Robert Tucker entered the offices
'of the -Almeda Consolidated Mines
'Company, 207 Board of Trade building,
shortly before noon yesterday, and took
'. possession of the books and records of
the mining corporation. Mr. Tucker
was accompanied by a dwpwty United
States Marshal and Howard T. William
son, of Dayton, Ohio, and R. W. Monta
gue, of this city, counsel for stock
holders of the concern residing In Day
ton and Springfield, Ohio, on whose
application Judge Bean delivered the
management of the corporation into a
temporary receivership.
The application for appointment of a
receiver for the company was made be
fore Judge Bean in chambers yester
day forenoon by Mr. Williamson and Mr.
Montague. vhoM Ohio clients have in
vested approximately $100,000 In what
? they allege in.thelr complaint was prac
, tlcal!v worthless stock of the corpora-
T "Williamson and sent him to Oregon to
look after their interests.
Extravagant Claim Made.
The Almeda Consolidated Mines Com-
.- . i j i , of.; t v.
7 ltal stork of $15,000,000 to engage in
the general mining business. The In-
rfirntirotnru vr "V Vf fimi.H !nhn
T. Wickham. Reece C. Kinney and L.
B. M, Simons, all of this city. These
same men have had the management
and control of the property since Its
-.- corporation. Mr. Crouch now serving as
president, while Mr. Kinney has served
gantzation was effected.
.' The company is supposed to own
Congratulations , Withheld by Mem
bers on Learning California
Taft Delegates Named.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 15. Four
matter-of-fact words that slid peace
fully enough over th3 wires from Chi
cago have burned all the insulation
off the composure of the Union League
Club, and when E. II. Tryon. president
of the club, awoko in Chicago this
momu. he came Into immediate per
sonal contact, with their voltage.
Tryon is also one of the two Taft
dolegateg from Cs.llfornla seated by
the National oomm'ttee after a contest
In jubilation over the decision in his
case, he telegraphed to the club: "Have
won my contest.'
The telegram was posted on the clnb
bulletin board, where It immediately
began to attract the attention of Re
publican members who did not agree
with their president. Their annoyance
found expression in the following night
message to Mr. Tryon at the Congress
Hotel. Chicago:
"Your telegram addressed "to the
Union League Club, stating you had
won your contest, duly received and
posted. Owing- to the fact that Roose
velt carried the state by 77,000 over
When You Buy
Furniture '
Remember This:
National committee decided in your fa
vor; and as many of the Union League
members are strong- supporters of
Roosevelt, we feel that we cannot offer
you our congratulations. We respect
fully remain, your fellow members."
Washington Leads All States
j Value of Output and Added
Value by Manufacture. .
about 40 mining claims, aggregating Taft. we regret exceedingly that the
evw acres, in ine uauce mining aistnci,
Josephine County. The extent of the
deposits of gold, silver and copper In
these claims and the possibilities of the
development of the property were ex
.. travagantly presented in the prospectus
issued, by the company. This official
, recital of the fabulous worth of the
holdings included the representation
that 23,800,000 tons of ore were "avail
able." - To reduce this enormous ore
deposit, read the prospectus, would re
quire the operation of a smelter having
.a capacity of 100 tons a day for 720
years.- The promoters of the company
were cautious not to place a definite
valuation oa the property in the pros
' pectus, but quoted numerous reports
from the assay office as to the amount
of gold, silver and copper found in the
Fabulous Valuation Claimed.
"But this did not prevent the stock
salesmen, from, placing a fabulous
valuation pn the property," .said Mr.
Williamson; yesterday. - "One of these
agents' Informed prospective purchasers ' WASHINGTON. June 15. Lumber
of "stock (bat the tangible assets of the and timber manufacturers rank third In
corporation and Its holdings aggregated value among the products oi tne in
1490.000.000. Enterprising salesmen forldustrles of the United States, accord
the. concern even assured Investors 1 Ing to the 1912 statistics made public
that an offer of $7,000,000 had been re-I today by Director Durana.
fused by the company for its property I The census figures show that there
and that the officers were losing sleep were 40,671 lumber and timber es-
in their efforts to keep out of the way tabllshments and 784,989 persons en
of the Guggenheim and Standard Oil aaared in the industry, of which num
interests, who were scrambling wildly ber 44.825 were proprietors and firm
to acquire ownership of the company's members; 19,840 were salaried officers.
Southern Oregon holdings. superintendents and managers: 18.088
"According to a report made by the were male and 8717 female clerks. The
officers of the company, stock to the average number of wage earners was
mount of $13,333,000 had been issued I (95.019.
December 1. 1910. We will not be able The value 'of products were $1,15$.
to tell how much additional stock has 128,747. The value added by raanu
been disposed of since that date until I facture. which is the difference be
the examination of the company's I tween cost of materials and value of
books, which are now in the hands of I products, was $S48,DT1,16S.
an expert, has been completed. I Louisiana led all other states In
.1 - ... I number of wage earners, with 48,072,
u ,"7.. ". ' TJ7;; , and Washington ranked first for value
You are buying something
that will last a lifetime;
something that has a lot to - ,
do with your comfort and everything to do with your pride in your home,
You are always judged by your
: You don't want pieces that look just like your neighbors' furniture. Let us show you our hundreds of
exclusive patterns. ' , '
Select from our immense stock pieces that are handsome and comfortable in themselves, and that har
monize with your rooms.
Satisfy, yourself that our prices are right (if you are in doubt) by comparing them with what others ask;
We have earned the reputation of carrying more furniture of the kind that
every woman is proud to own than any other house in the Northwest. Naturally,
you would prefer to buy this furniture if the prices are no higher than you are
asked to pay for the other kind. '
All we ask is a chance to help you make a comparison. .
J. G. Mack & Co.
Fifth and Stark
Roosevelt Leaders Call for Re
versing of Decisions;
Letter of Protest Sent to Chairman
Rosewater Declares Party Inj
' tegrity Is ' Assaulted . by '
Committee's Action.
resentatlons of agents of the company.
Its stock apparently : has been sold
throughout the United States. The par
value of the stock was $o a share but
it was unloaded at from $1 to $2.50 a
share. - Approximately $100,000 was
taken by this company out of Dayton
and Springfield and the great bulk
of It was obtained from poor persons
who could not afford to lose the mory"
The formal complaint on nh
Judge Bean granted the application for
the appointment of a temporary re
ceiver. In addition to alleging misman
agement of the property affairs and
general allegations of fraud on the
part of the officers and directors of the
corporation, charged insolvency, bor
rowing money and giving as a bonus
for the loan treasury stock of the com
pany. Illegal Issuing to the officers and
directors of promotion stock and gross
misrepresentations in the prospectus
an-d writings' as to the true value of
the properties of the company.
Mine May Pay Dividends.
"With the elimination of the promo
' te-s from the control and manage
ment of the corporation." said Mr.
Williamson, "we hope to be able, by
placing the property In the hands and
direction of bona fide stockholders, to
convert the project Into a reasontbly
good paying investment. This result
can nevej- be attained und r the man
agement that has heretofore controlled
the property.
"The operations of this company fur
nish only another proof of the need in
year state for a 'blue sky' law such
as I understand will be submitted to
the Voters in the November election.
With such a statute, no concern would
have been able to continue to carry on
V It' business on such a scale as has
: ben followed by this concern without
' interference from the proper state authorities.''
- It Is admitted by counsel for the Ohio another.
stockholders that some development
work, including the Installation of a
100-ton smelter, drifting, shafting and
- tunneling, has been done by the com
pany. But it is charged that the lo
cation of the smelter is such that its
successful operation ia absolutely Im
possible. It la further alleged by coun
of products. $89,154,825, and value ad
ded by manufacture, xaz.z
A Talk With a Friend.
Harper's Weekly.
"So you refuse to buy my car. do
your' said Whtbley.
"I certainly do. Whib," said Hinkley.
"When I want a car like yours I'll go
to the 5-and-10-cent store and get a
new one."
A Slap in Politics.
"Why ire Irishmen always laying
bare the" wrongs of their country?"
asked some one in the House of Com
moiur "Because they want them re-dressed.'-thundered
a well-known National member
CHICAGO, 'June 15. Demanding-that
the Republican National committee re
scind its "fraudulent actions" in un
seating delegates, or bear the "respon
sibility of assassinating" the . Repub
lican party., leaders of the Roosevelt
forces, including the . Governors of
states who urged Roosevelt to run for
the nomination, sent today the follow
ing letter of protest to .Chairman Rose
water: "Representing.' as we do, the Repub
licans of our respective states, or the
delegations auly elected to the Nation
al Republican Convention, we thus ad
vise you, in order that hereafter the
matter may be one of record, that you
are prostituting your positions, vio
lating every tenet 'of fair dealing and
decency and assassinating the Repub
lican party.
Protestants "Will Not Submit"
"You are perpetrating gross frauds
and disfranchising Republicans of the
different states. Tou are engaged In a
deliberate attempt to thwart the will of
the rank and file of the Republican
party and thus convert the party of
progress Into one of reaction, xou
know this, we Know it, tne nation
knows it. We, ' in our individual ca
pacity and the Republicans whom we
represent, will not tolerate or submit
to your illegal, outrageous and lar
cenous acts.
'we demand that you reconsider
your unlawful actions thus far taken,
that you cease your assault upon the
Integrity of the Republican party, and
that you perform your functions in Re
publican fashion with fairness and
honesty. ,
Rescinding of Decisions Demanded.
"Unless you rescind your fraudulent
decisions, upon you shall rest the re
sponsibility for the attempts to assas
sinate the Republican party, and for all
time to come you will have the con
tempt and execration of all liberty-lov
ing, square-thinking and reputable cit
The protest is signed by the follow
ing: Hiram W. Johnson, Governor of Cali
fornia; William E. Glasscock, delegate-
at-large from West Virginia; Gordon
D. Wheeling, National committeeman
elect, of New Jersey; Robert R. He
Cormtck. Illinois; A. L. Garfield, Ohio
Edward O. Carrington, Maryland; Ma
rion Butler, North Carolina; William
Flinn, delegate.. Pennsylvania; Del B.
Heard, Arizona: W. R. Stubbs, Gover
nor of Kansas; S. S. McNlnch, North
Carolina: Robert S. Vessey, Governor
Of south DaKeta.
Socialistic Ritual Used to Unite Ed
mund T. Dana and Jessie Hoi 11
day of England.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. June 15. (Soe-
cAm.) tWHIi a ceremony characterized
by its' brevity and simplicity and at
tended by only IS gue&ts, the wedding' son into the background and he did rfo
Colonel Decides Neither Governor
Nor Heney Shall Speak at Mon
. , day's Big Meeting.
CHICAGO. June IS. (Special.) At a
conference of Roosevelt managers to
night, participated In by the Colonel
himself, it was decided to shelve Gov
ernor Johnson and Francis J. Heney,
slated as speakers at the big rally Mon
day night, and have speeches only from
benator Borah and the Colonel him
Double significance attaches to this
change of programme. It means not
only that the Colonel regards Senator
Borah as a more effective campaigne
than the two California 4 progressives,
but that be no longer looks with favor
upon Johnson s Vice-Presidential boom.
Since his arrival In Chicago, Johnson
not only has made himself offensive
to Taft but to the Roesevelt leaders
well, and at today's conference
Roosevelt was advised to thrust John
night for Portland. Today the Kosmos
liner Osiris sailed from Hamburg; the
Japanese liner Chiyu Mart, for Hong
kong; the Pacific Mall liners Aztec and
Acapulco, for BUboa; the Matson liners
Enterprise and Hyades, for Hawaiian
Islands, and the British ship Dunsyre
for the Sound to load lumber for South
Africa. The French bark Rene arrived
at Queenstown yesterday, 123 days out
from the Columbia with grain. She
was ordered to proceed to Dunkirk to
discharge. The British steamer Strath
ardle sailed from Newport News yester
day for this port with coal for the
of Bdmun-d T. Dana, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard H. Dana, of Cambridge,
grandson of the poet Longfellow, and
Miss Jessie Holliday; of Harrow-on-the
Hill, England, an artist and suffragls
took place at noon today on the lawn
of the Dana estate on uratue street.
Edmund M. Parker, of Cambridge,
Justice of the Peace and close friend
of the Dana family, -performed the
ceremony. Both bride and-groom were
A simple low-neck, short skirt was
worn bv the bride. Mr. Dana wore
white flannel suit, with soft shirt and
collar and shoes to match. The double
ring ceremony was used, the bride
groom giving the bride a plain gold
band ring and receiving a chased silver
ring in return.
The Socialist marriage ritual was.
followed and the ceremony was all over
In two minutes. .
Nonunion Men Plan Union.
LONDON, June 15. (Special.jr-
working man writes to the papers urg
ing the desirability of uniting into so
cieties all workmen whs are not mem
bers of trade -unions, but who. during
strikes, are willing to continue in their
employment. It is pointed out that
large number of men already Joined
up with trade unions have not done so
with a perfectly free mind, out be
cause of lack of moral courage, and
nowadays it requires more tuan the
usual amount; but some constitution
of organized free labor of the above
description would encourage common
sense to assert itself.
CHICAGO, June 15. (Special.) lis being done by the National Com
"Rushlng" the popular freshman at mlttee?" ; . .
colleges preparatory to enlisting tmn-r un h hn dull it thnn
them in a "f rat"- is a tame and unin
teresting business as compared to
"rushing'' the delegates as they arrive
in the city. Whenever there is a doubt
ful delegate . there you will find at
least six Taft men proving to him how
popular a person he Is.
"Are you all fired up for hotel ac
commodations?" asks one.
The delegate assures them .that he
has had a room engaged for a month.
"Step over and have dinner withus.
We are giving a ltttle fmnction down
the street tonight and it wouldn't be
complete without you, George," says
Then they all take him Into an open
I door to "have something cool, and the
delegate discovers that he 1ias fallen
into the hands of six oi tne jouieai men
that ever lived.
Director McKInley. of the Taft head
quarters, gave the word that the dele
ahini im met and "received"
sel for the complaining stockholders and advised all that were here already
that not a single shipment of commer-1 .,. ,h. nulit have to be warr of
.clal ore has been made from the prop- I thtf -bluff and bulldoze" of the Roose
erty since the company was organized I velt men
seven vears aao. I
. - Oae Stockholder Kat Worried. C CRPRISING aa it may seem, there
- Dr. Ia A. Kent, 770 East Tambill i3 ia one subject that interests the
street, who owns a block of stock In officials and attaches In the Taft head-
the company, takes an optimistic view quarters more thask politics. - Almost
ne"itU.m.t,0J! fh. .one.lhJeS?i r ' "e -"erneon a visitor
concerned as to the soundness of his . . , .,,
Investment- who saunters up to the door will re-
"The company owns about 40 mining ceive the shock of his life to discover
claims, aggregating 1000 acres. In Jose- that they are standing about a little
Bhiita County. said Dr. Kent, last niiht scoreboard on the wall that informs
ri am BOt nreoared to sav how much I the reader, not of the converting ofJ
of the money realized from the sale or delegates, but of the standing of the
.stocks has gone into the property, but Senators Washington's favorite ball
I do know that the officers bsre done team.
a great deal ef development work, in- "What are the Senators doing to
cluding about 7000 feet ef tunnels, day?" ia heard more often than "What
immaculately attired "panhan
dlers" that have been making municipal
lodging-houses of the lobbies of the
loop hotels. Following the example of
the Congress. , many of the big hotels
have taken the fleep leather couches
out of their lobbies, thus making It
necessary for a man who doesn't pos
sess a room to sleep standing up.
Since sleeping standing up is not the
most restful occupation one may And,
it is expected that the lobbies of the
hotels that have followed this system
will be used largely by men who hava
a right there.
- -
ITTSBURG BILL," colleague of
William Flinn, is delegate
Charles F. Frazee. When he is . not
"delegating" he sells coffee. He says
he ia the only "drummer delegate" to
the convention.
has placed a standing order In a florist
shop to supply the aforesaid pretty girl
with roses every day until the con
vention closes. - . ;
GEORGE A. KNIGHT, National com
mitteeman from' . California, finds
himself in a serious dilemma. "Here
I am. pledged to Roosevelt and work
ing 18 hours a day to see that he Is
nominated and elected," says Knight,
"and, on the other hand; Senator La
Follette long ago promised me that if
ever he were made President he would
appoint me Ambassador to Russia. And
there you are.".
SENATOR BORAH says George A.
Knight Is extremely anxious to be
the next Secretary of Agriculture. "He
has a dinky garden in his back yard
at home and thinks he knows all about
farming. Fact is, he does -not know
a prune vine from an eggplant.
Virginia, was being photographed
for the 99th time, standing att ease in
the hotel entranced" A pitcher of ice
water in a window, above him was
overturned and the contents splashed
down over him. -"See,"
he drawled, "that's a sign frm
heaven that this picture thing is being
W. COLQUOHOUN. one of the
Maryland Roosevelt rooters, de
serted $800 In bills, when a. telephone
call dragged him hurriedly from a hotel
cigar stand. When he returned 15 min
utes later, a pretty girl handed him the
wallet with the wealth intact. Ever
since Colquohoun has been singing- the
praises of Chicago's honesty. He also
W. POST, of Battle Creek, Mich
igan. known to fame as the
founder of Post City, Tex., and-many
brands of breakfast foods, was telling
around the bote! today how he makes
rain in Texas by shooting 1500 pounds
of dynamite into the clouds. '
Inasmuch as drizzling rain has been
falling in Chicago for-the last three
days, Mr. Post found himself in dis
favor as a rainmaker.
so sure of the cowboy vote of the
Western states as he thinks he Is, ac
cording to many well-informed West
ern men now here. Roosevelt lost the
cowboy vote pf at least two states
when he advocated admitting . New
Mexico' and Arizona as a single state,
by cancelling his engagement to speak
at the rally Monday night.
As Johnson's Vice-Presidential stock
has declined, Hadley stock has risen
and by many Hadley is now regarded
as tne favorite for second place on
possible Roosevelt ticket.
Failure of Solon-Appointee to Say
Yes or No Leaves Political
Situation Acnte.
RENO, Nev-., June 15. (Special.)
Nevada s political situation Is in a hope
less -tangle awaiting the decision of
George Wlngfield either to accept or
reject the appointment of Cnlted States
Senator offered him by Governor Oddie
to flu the vacancy caused by the sud
den death of Senator Nixon. There is
a possibility that Wlngfield may not
accept. '
It is known that he intended to be
candidate for the position two years
hence against Senator Newlands. Dein
ocrat- -Whether Wingfield accepts or
rejects the Appointment, It is reason
ably certain Key Pittman, of Tonopah
ill be the Democratic candidate at
the primary election In November. If
Wingfield accepts he will be pitted
against Pittman. If Wingfield rejects
the .appointment. It is not known whom
Governor Oddie will appoint for the
few months before the next session of
the Legislature.
The situation through wing-field's sl-
lencn is growing acute. The politicians
are at sea completely.
Drain rate is higher
Oil Tanker Oleum Headed for Port
land Rene Arrives at Queens-,
town From the Columbia.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 15. (Special.)
-The French bark General de Negrier,
under engagement to Meyer, Wilson &
Co. to load general cargo at Newcastle,
England for Portland, has been char
tered by Hind. Rolph A Co. to load
wheat on the Columbia for the United
Kingdom at 35 shillings and 9 pence,
an advance of 9 pence ever the rate
paid to the German bark Hera, or 8
shillings fend $ pence above the sailing
hip owners international union mini
mum rate.
The Kosmos liner Salatls arrived
from Hamburg last night; the bark
Andrew Welch, from Honolulu, and
schooner Mahukona. from Newcastle,
Australia, The Mahukona brought 1093
tons of coal for Hind. Rolph & Co. She
has no outward charter so far as is
known. The barkentine Hawaii ar
rived today from Mahukona, the steam
ers Roanoke and Coaster from Portland
and the Pacific Mail liner San Juan,
from Bilboa. The Hawaii loads lumber
on the Sound for Australia for J. J.
Moore & Co.
The oil tanker Oleum sailed last
Painting One Acquired- by Consul
Weber for $5000 Changes Hands
at Considerable Profit. ,
NEW YORK, June 15. Thomas Bar
low Walker, of Minneapolis, the "White
Pine King." has purchased "The Adult-
ress Before Christ," a Rembrandt pic
ture, which was recently disposed of at
the Weber sale in Hamburg, it is said.
Consul Weber, of Hamburg, acquired it
several years ago for $5000. The deal
era in this city through whom Mr.
Walker bought the picture, while not
giving the exact figures, said its latest
owner had paid a much larger amount
for It.'
The picture measures 44 by 53 Vi
Inches and has six large figures in it.
For many years it was in the collection
of the Duke of Marlborough at Blen
heim Castle, when it passed to the col
lection of Sir Charles Robinson, in Eng
land, and later to Charles S. Edelmeyer,
of Pari from whom it was purchased
by Consul Weber.
Mr. Walker, who has had apartments
at a New York hotel for some months,
is said to have art treasures in the ho
tel rooms alone worth more than $1,-
American Indians Increase.
New York Times.
The redskins now living in the United
States number 265,683, as against the
237.196 of a decade ago.- The director
of the census reports that 54.5 per cent
of them are full-blooded Indians. There
are at least 300,000 Indiana in North
America, and their number is increas
ing; they are not "vanishing." Indeed.
ethnological experts say that the con
tinent harbors perhaps more aborigines
than in the days before the white men
came. In the hunting stage of civili
zation the land could not support many
A Talk to the Ladies
Yon tell your rrasbanda. Don't
you like' to feel, when you send
your nice dresses to be cileaned,
that they are in the hands of com
petent cleaners? We clean more
fine dresses than all other clean
ers in Portland.
One-piece dresses. ...$1.00 to $1.50
Fancy dresses ... . .$1.50 to $3.00
Fancy waists ....,.,.,$ .50 to $1.00
Tailored suits ...... $1.25 to $L75
Long jackets $1.25 to $1.50
Plain skirts.,....;... $ .50
Pleated skirts.., $.75
They will be satisfactory, too.
During the Month of June Gents'
Suits, $1.00
Out-of-town business will re
ceive prompt attention. Write for
information and price list.
U. S. Laundry Co.
-' . Dry Cleaning; Dept.
Phones : East 63, B 1193
This ifl thA MaaI rnrahfnfltlnn fmmA
in the SIf I R-o CLIP.
Ladles like It hftcausA It Ionics wall?
men like it because it Is convenient.
Every man and woman In the city
wearing eyeglasses is invited to stop in
and trp the SHUR-ON CLIP.
Dallas Optical Parlors
. 218 Falling Building,
Corner Third and Washington.
Second Floor Take Elevator.
Requires you to make
proper provision for
-the distribution or di
vision of your estate
and at once.
The very best plan
is -through a well
managed trust com
pany because it is saf
est, most economical,
always on guard and
"Write or call con
cerning your affairs.
No charge for advice.
Portland Ostrich Feather Dye Works
Plumes Manufactured, Dyed and
Black dye and all work guaranteed.
Willow Flumes Made Prom Old
Sixth and Washington Sts.
. Phone Main 979.
Big sale of player pianos this week.
375 Washington St.
Geary Street, above Union Square
v European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New tl and brick trncture. Every
modern convenience. Moderate rates.
Center of and retail district. Oa
fe line trmnaf erring- ell over cit jr. Elee
E emmbum meets train and ateameia,
Sutter and Kearny Streets
An up-to-date modern fire-proof
hotel of 250 rooms, taking the
place of the old Occidental Hotel
and Lick House.
European Plan $1.50 Per Day Up
Take aay Tatcab from tha Ferry
at th Exenie at tba Hotel.