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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

A Clean, > Wholesome Paper for California Homes POST, VOL. 94, NO. 14.'.. ' " FItANr ISCO CALL. VOL. 115. NO. 14. CEMETERIES ORDINANCE MAY PUSS Proponents of Removal Plan Confident of Adoption by Supervisors Monday The proponents of the removal of the four city cemeteries are lining; i;p today for the struggle that will come when the ordinance, passed to print yesterday by the supervisors, comes up for final passage next Mon day. The vote on the ordinance stood 13 to 4 for its passage, which makes those who have fought for the re moval of the cemeteries confident that It will be adopted on final reading. The ordinance provides that unless the bodies are removed within six months the city will take steps to enforce its order. The ordinance was not passed with out long and heated argument, which started first in a meeting of the pub lic welfare committee of the board held Just before the meeting of the board. Supervisors Payot, A. J. Gal lagher and Murdock wanted action postponed u...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

10 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS SAN FRANCISCO BELLE WEDS 4MN» Miss /u/ia AT. Thomas Bride of Dr. James Corscaden Colonel and Mrs, Davis Din ner Hosts at Presidio This Evening At an impressive ceremony «n the chantry of Grace chnrch In New York, Mies Julia Kingsleigh Thomas, a for mer San Francisco belle, became the bride of Dr. James Albert Corscadeh this afternoon. After the wedding an informal reception to a few close friends # waa held at the home of the bride s mother, Mrs. Woicott Thomas. Mrs. Joseph Sefton of San Jose, the former Miss Helen Thomas, attended her sister as matron of honor. Dr. and Mrs. Corscaden will depart tonight on a wedding trip of two months' duration, and after February 1 they will be at home at the Welles ley, West End avenue. New York. Mrs. Corscaden lived in San Fran cisco until two years ago, when she •went to New York to study voice cul tivation and to further her knowledge ©f the violin. She has since been per fecting her musical educatio...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Every Man's Conscience Talks in Too Small a Voice to Suit His Wife Beauty MAUDE MILLER EATTTT, to ray mind, is purely r% an expression of primitive tact in nature," said Miss Maire O'Neill of the "General John liegan" company, who has been de scribed by J. B. Teats, the Irish por train painter, as the most perfect type of Irish beauty. "The element of grace, of happi ness, of joy in living, is the chief at tribute of all beauty in human form, just as it is, for that matter, in the breed of a fine horse or a fine dog. "I have little patience with the ! woman who achieves beauty without artificial effect. Personally, and if it is at all true that I am a type of Irish beauty, I can only say that I feel very sorry for the girls I have left behind in Ireland. 1 wish I could show you a real Irish beauty. "Beauty in a woman, to my mind. Is primarily health, strength, fresh THARE was a man cairn to the house last nite to see Pa about the Eskimos. Sumbody had sent the man to Pa for a joak, o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Krazy Kat fCopjTlgtit, 1913, International Newt Service) Among the Stars Tomorrow: All My Eye CHOSE THE LESSER EVIL A gentleman from the north was enjoying the excitement of a bear bunt down in Mississippi. The bear ■/as surrounded in a small cane thicket and the head of the hunt called to one of the negroes: " Sam, go in there and get the bear •ut." The negro plunged Into the cane. After the hunt the visitor said to the negro: "Were you not afraid to fro into that thicket with that bear?" "Cap'n," replied the negro, ,; it was lus' dis way; I nebber had met dat bar, but I was pussonally 'quainted ■/Id de ol' boss, so I jus" naturally took that bar." . _ The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE KING OF DIAMONDS! *%%%%%%%%%%%- ' Continued from Yesterday Both of them glanced askance at the quantity Mason consumed, but they passed no comment. He tried to smoke, and sat so that the light should not fall on his face. And then he said to them: "Tell me all you know about Philip An...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Inc SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POSI mm U rHl he<J by The CaU Publishing company every evening except Sunday. KELLOGG > President and Pub iianer, J °Jn2 Vie* Prealdent and Treaanrer. W. D. K. GIBSON 1 i r. B io^2g& s m - [actors ■rda? ZFZ r'F ~« ntB «. except Sat- .♦°L S *l urday *»M<»» 2 cents, ceau a rnenV me " **** by ma "' 20 Price Hat for Mail Subscriptions , Payable ia Advance i month \ in 8 months an 6 months l'3[ 12 months 800 Special Saturday edition.' 12 'months! '. .1. 00 for°« re f n snbsc riptlonß: Add 60c additional tor each month. Delivered by carrier. $3.60 per year. Address AH Communications ta THE SAX FRANCISCO CAM.. Altered at the Postofflce at San Franciaco, »■*>. as second class matter. Telephone "Kearny S«"—Aale for The Call. The Operator W 111 Connect You "With the Department You AVlah. BUINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS. Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1657 Fillmore street near Post Oakland OFFICE. .1520 Broadway. Telephone Oakland 10S3...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

14 MONEY TO LOAN Continued Sausi^^ Loans on furniture, pianos, etc.; lew rates; private. 357 Pacific bldg.. 4th and Market ets.; phone Douglas 3265; Oakland office. 618 First National Bank bldg. WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO H.AVB PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT: no indorserl confidential- no red tape methods; $1 a week pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 losn. $3 weeks pays $43 loan. $4 week pays $60 loan. Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan bllding. MONEY « D te r r £2 qu de. k iing "iT where especially Invited. They will appreciate tbe difference. FOX CO.. 625 Market., rm. 6iL BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY. Gold and Silver Smiths, 29-35 Kearny st. LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO. WAt'K earners, either men or women, can make a loan In strictest confidence st the Employees' Credit Co.. 424 Monadnock. CASH loaned to salaried men on note without Indorser. MOBRKLL. 507 Monadnock buUe lng. PAWN tickets diamonds bought, blgbeat val ues. BCHUMAN. 133 Geary at., room 524. MONEY TO LOAN...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

HUNDREDS SCRAMBLE FOR CALL-POST CHRISTMAS TREES Virginia Woods and two brothers with trees "Walking Forest" of Macbeth! Outdone in Rush for Holi day Greenery San Franciaco's recall commercial circles were astounded today at the rush for the 6.000 Christmas trees bought by The Call and now being sold at Pragers at 50 cents each. The sale, which entered Its third day today, has already set a record, and by the time deliveries are begun, next Saturday. It is expected that the first comers will have made such a hole ln the big stock that the late ones will be forced to scramble for the remainder. O. R. Tyson, sales manager of Pra, gers, who has been in close touch with the tree sale since the first j .060 trees were displayed at the store, said today: "It's a great stunt. And let me tell you that the people appreciate it. Every customer is surprised at the sise and quality ot the trees offered at this low f rice. "We are perfecting a plan of deliv ery that looks to be trouble proof. It'...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

16 PEOPLE GLAD PENNIES ARE NOW HERE Letters to The Call Give Arguments for Use of Smallest Coin What do the people of San Fran cisco think of the penny? That Is what The Call started out to ascertain when it inaugurated its big Penny Contest. The result thus far has been grati fying, for in the hundreds of letters that have come literally flowing into The Call offices nearly every one of them contained arguments galore ohowlng the decided advantages gained by the people through the advent of the penny ln general cir culation. If you haven't written your letter yet, you had better start right in. Remember, keep it within 250 words and write on but one side of the paper. There Is still time to enter the contest. LIRE OF BARGAIN HUNTER Here's an illustration of the ad vantage of the penny as an Induce ment to trade. It's the Irresistible lure of the bargain hunting housewife, this writer contends. Penny Conteat Editor: That there ever could be a question of the usefulness aud power of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

A QeaixWliQlescae * Papers/for * California Homes. *■ , •V . d •"-MX, ANT> POST. TOU !+*. NO. 14S. RAX FRANCISiO OAIJ_ VOI_ ITS. NO. 14. PRESIDENT APPROVES HETCH HETCHY BILL Western Fuel Witness Faces Charge by Girl FRAME-UP DECLARES me i v. s. "Will Settle Charge Immedi ately," Says Roche, Who Summons Witnesses to Grand Jury Miss Una Cadass of 50 South Park street today secured a warrant for tise arrest of Davi dG. Powers, star witness for the prosecution in the government's case against the eight officials and employes of the Western Fuel company, charged with fradu- Jent weighing. The girl charges be trayal. immediately afterward, Theodore J. Roche, one of the special government prosecutors, intimated that he had positive evidence of a frameup against the star witness for the prosecution. Roche summoned three witnesses to corroborate this, and arranged for their appearance before the grand jury this afternoon. WILL, SETTLE CHARGE AT ONCE ••Tiie charge will be settled for good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

2 CHILE WILL TAKE PART IN FAIR President of Republic to At tend 1915 Exposition; Ca nadian Exhibit on Way George Hough Perry, exposition di rector of exploitation, has Just re ceived a cablegram from D. O. Lively, a member of the South American commission, stating that Chile has of ficially accepted the invitation of the president of the I'nited States to par ticipate in the exposition. The presi dent of Chile has announced his in tention of attending personally in 1916. Chile is the thirty-first nation to accept the Invitation. The Chinese commissioner. Chu Ting-chai, will arrive in this city by the steamship Persia December 22 to confer with exposition officials. 1.0 l ISIAXA MA.YAGER HERE A. R. Barracks of Baton Rouge. manager of the Louisiana publicity commission, was taken pver the expo sition site yesterday by Charles A. Vogelsang, commissioner of state and foreign organizations of the exposi tion, and was greatly pleased with the progress that has already been The first frame...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

REJECTED, HE TRIES NIGHT KIDNAPING MAHTHVnXE. Dec I«.—-Petra Peltro be arraigned before Judge Tuciar oa a aharge of attempted rob bery sworn to by pretty 17 year old Foster. Peltro was arrested yesterday morning after attempting to ■teal tbe girl from her home near Live Oak. The defendant had endeavored to secure the girl's consent to a marriage and at her refusal boasted he would win her anyway. Laura Foster was awakened early yesterdy morning when Peltro had taken her clothes out of the window and was endeavor ing to carry her from tbe bed cham- Baldwin Estate Auditor Faces Grave Charge T. S. Clark, formerly an auditor for the Baldwin Estate company, is -un der arrest ln Los Angeles on charges of passing $100 In worthless creeks on the Goodfriend hotel in San Fran cisco a month ago. Detective Frank Black will leave tonight to bring him back. Wilson at Cabinet Meeting Despite Cold WASHINGTON-, Dec. 16—Presi dent Wilson met the members of the cabinet today, although he is still suf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Fresh Fruits Bring $18,500,000 Into California And More Will Come With the Development of the Fruit Eating Habit Among the People With the close of the deciduous fruit season the dealers report j that the shipments of fresh California fruits brought to the state j in the present year $18,500,000. This includes only deciduous; fruits—cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, pears, grapes and mis cellaneous fruits of the trees that shed their leaves. The citrus shipments are not included, neither are the canned gf>ods, nor dried, nor other agricultural products of the state. It is not claimed that the year 1913 has been an exceptional year in productivity in the California orchards; the spell of dry years which has lain over the state for three seasons, but which now seems to be broken, has retarded any great swelling in crops and crop returns; but 1913 c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

FRIDAY IS PENNY DAY; BUY RED CROSS SEALS; HELP A GREAT CAUSE Christmas seals, the Red Cross variety, may be procured almost any place, if you are looking for them, at 1 cent apiece. Do not forget that all this money goes to aid the tight against tuber eolosis under direction of skilled and scientific people. In San Fra the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, is in ] * -rg e here and the saleswomen are ] in the shops and the office buildings ' every day with packets ot the j "Christmaay little symbols, to sell in | any numbers. The packets will be broken up Friday. That 1b to be Penny day. and if there la some one with only one little cop per to give lt will be received in ex chance for a single seal. And the spirit ln which the gift is bestowed will be as fully appreciated as though the donor had been able to give a' thousand times as much. Something of the idea of what the : Pale means is getting abroad In the \ land ln even the highways and hedges. ; NEWSIE G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Some Fighters Know More About Dollars and Cents Than They Do About Jolts CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OP SPORTS TINKER DEAL UNNERVES FANDOM Action of Cincinnati Directors Shows Garry Herrmann Up in Bad Light JOE MURPHY The publicity given the recent sale of Joe Tinker to the Brooklyn Dodg ers by the Cincinnati club is not go ing to help the cause of organized baseball a particle. The buying, sell ing and bartering of humanity is not at all relished by the public, and the less it knows about the inside of the baseball trust the longer this gigan tic combination will last. The sale of Tinker to the Brooklyn club by August Hermann for $25,000 would have passed unnoticed, but the repudiation of the deal by the other I directors of the club opened up the 1 matterf again and allowed the peo ple to gain some inside knowledge of the inner workings of organized baseball. The sale of Tinker to the Dodgers for a reported price of $25,000 caused more than the ordinary amount of gossip by the followers of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Even the Baseball Scout Is Entitled to a Regular Vacation During the Winter NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMP TAKES A TRIP EAST AND HOLDS HIS OWN This is the eleventh of a series of stories of the life and battles of Lightweight Champion Willie Ritchie, written ex clusively fqr The Call. WILLIE RITCHIE After my battle with Welsh in Los Angeles I felt that I was on my way to climb up to the top of the ladder. It gave me plenty of confidence and, while I thought that I should have been entitled to at least a draw, I did not do any hollering, for I knew that my showing would give me a reputation all over the world, and I realized that this reputation meant more to me than anything else. The fans gave me a fine reception when I returned home, and I felt rather proud of my success, for I figured that if I had class enough to give Welsh such a tough argument I had a license to go against any of them. I really believe that the confidence which I gained in that battle helped...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

8 CANCER NOW CURED BY RADIUM Eastern Physicians Tell of Healing Growths in 48 Hours by Rays PHILADELPHIA, Dec, 16.—Cancer Is curable and cancerous growths which hsd resisted every other treat ment Invented by science have been cured In 4-8 honrs by the marvelous properties of radium. Proofs of these epoch making state ments -covering 11 years' experiments and practice in curing cancer with ra dium were submitted last night to the Philadelphia College of Physicians by Dr, Howard A. Kelly of Baltimore and Dr.. Bohert Abbe of "New Tor It. "The power of the rays of radium ever cancer is not only wonderful, it in apps " alnaosl unbelievable." said Dr. KeQy tn exhibiting photo graphs of paclarrrs before and after being enrred of cancer-. "Too «•* bare the picture of' 'T~ncl« John,' an old man who cams to us from "BEisso i: -'. " •BESTS rSTMETH A TIT. REUEF Ths ;ph ntogrs.pt showed tbe patient. "I'sdh ..Taken." to have terrifying can rersrss gT.o.wxh* on the fore-baad. chin and neck. "We p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

A Clean, Wholesome Paper for California Homes "Cajx asoj post, vat- m. Nr. i*n CEMETERIES ORDINANCE MAY PASS ttf REmoval Plan CuuDdartl of Adoption by Monday Taw Ji*nyssi»siia.i «ff thf removal of Ite Smrr «tcy enasterJa ax* lining «P> enftay te- -jJba sii aggie that -grill osuiei -svtaa tte e««»aineft, passed to P'ritMt TiaitiaauJscr ay the snnervisoTs, oceaes uj> for fflnatf pastaauK* next Mon- Tii* Tware oo tae ordinance stood 13 te 4 far Its passage, which makes i:i.>sv- who have fonght for the re xso*a2 of tae eesaexeries confident that ' adopted oa anal reading. Tre ordinance provider that unless the bodies are removed within six months the city will take steps to c a force Its order. The ordinance was not passed with out long snd heated argument, which started first In a meeting of the pub lic welfare committee of the board held Just before the meeting of the hoard. Supervisors Payot, A. J. Gal lagher and Murdock wanted action postponed until the city attorney should...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

10 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS SAN FRANCISCO BELLE WEDS <$>4M> $4$ <$Hr<s> Miss /u/i'a /C. Thomas Bride of Dr. James Corscaden Colonel and Mrs, Davis Din ner Hosts at Presidio This Evening At an impressive ceremony in the chantry of Grace church in New York. Miss Julia Kingslefgh Thomas, a for mer San Francisco belle, became the bride of I>r. James Alhert Corscaden this afternoon. After the wedding an informal reception to a few close friends was lield at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Wolcott Thomas. Mrs. Joseph Sefton of San Jose, the former Miss Helen Thomas, attended her sister as matron of honor. Dr. and Mrs. Corscaden will depart tonight on a wedding trip of two months' duration, and after February 1 they will be at home at the Welles ley, West End avenue. New York. Mrs. Corscaden lived in San Fran cisco until two years ago, when she went to New York to study voice cul tivation and to further her knowledge of the violin. She has since be...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Every Man's Conscience Talks in Too Small a Voice to Suit His Wife The Call's Magazine and Fiction Pages Beauty MAUDE MILLER EAUTY, to my mind, is purely X an expression of primitive tact in nature," said Miss Maire O'Neill of the "General John Regan" company, who has been de scribed hy J. B. Yeats, the Irish por train painter, as the most perfect type of Irish beauty. "The element of grace, of happi ness, of joy in living, is the chief at tribute of all beauty in human form, just as it is, for that matter, in the breed of a fine horse or a fine dog. "I have little patience with tbe woman who achieves beauty without artificial effect. Personally, and if it is at a.l true that I am a type of Irish beauty. 1 can only say that I feel very sorry for the girls I have left behind in Ireland. I wish I could show you a real Irish beauty. "Beauty in a woman, to my mind. Is primarily health, strength, fresh- THARE was a man cairn to the house last nite to see Pa about the Eskimos. Sumbody had...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 16 December 1913

Krazy Kat fCopj-rlght, 1815, iDtemttlonml New» Service) Among the Sters Tomorrow: All My Eye CHOSE THE LESSER EVIL A gentleman from the north was enjoying the excitement of a bear hunt down in Mississippi. The bear ■was surrounded in a email cane thicket and the head of the hunt "Sam, go in there and get the bear After the hunf the visitor said to the negro: "Were you not afraid to go into that thicket with that bear?" "Cap'n," replied the negro, "it was Jus' dis way: I nebber had met dat bar, hut l» was pussonally-. 'quainted ■wid de ol' boss, so 1 jus' naturally took that bar." The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE KING OF DIAMONDS! g Continued from U«icnla, Both of them glanced askance at [ the quantity Mason consumed, but they passed no comment. He tried to | smoke, and sat so that the light • should not fall on his face. And then Ihe said to them: "Tell me all yor. know about Philip j Anson. It interests me." HIS TOHTt It" Snap! The hard composition of his pipe was ...

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