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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

A. Clean, Wholesome • Paperjtor • ;1 , California Homes. -»ALL AND POST, VOL. £M. NO. 147. •AN FRANCISCO CALL* VOL. U\ NO. IS. LABOR ARMY STORMS CAPITOL HUNT GOLD OF PIRATE ON BRIDAL TOUR When Albert Doremus Tietjen of New York, society pet. football star, graduate of New York university, commodore of the Mount Vernon Yacht club and son of a millionaire banker, came to San Francisco less than six months ago. it was with tin avowed intention of fitting out an expedition for a journey to the So ciety . islands in search of pirate zold. Now he is going to marry Miss I-oeiia <Jordenker. daughter of a Glen Ellen family, friends of Jack London, and a niece of an admiral in the Kussiun The location of the vast wealth was > ontained in a map left Tietjen by hia grandfather, a sea captain. PAPA H*I.TS TRIP FOR GOLD Young Tietjen ws besieged daily at bis apartments in the St. Francis by waterfront men and genuine sea dogs, ail bent on" the treasure hunt. Tiet- Je tentatively engaged a h...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

2 BIG TIME AT FAIR ON NEW YEAR.DAY Exposition Management Plans Barbecue and Boat Races for Annual Celebration The New Year day celebration on the exposition site, plans for which are now being perfected, promises to t»e a big event and to draw as large a ■ :o\vd as that of last year. One of the main events wjll h> an oh! fashioned California barbecue, i-ot sandwiches being served 10 all by jthe experts who wiil preside over the | fire boat drill, submarine boat exhi- I hition and many other attractions. tsandsome silver cups will be awarded the winners of the boat races. All the rowing clubs of this city and the serosa the bay are expected to nave entries in the five racing events.' The Pacific Coast Rowing association has given its 'sanction to the races. Tiic n;;va! training station at Verbal Buena island will enter four crews j to compete in the cutter races. The j other events will be the junior and , senior skiff and the junior and senior It is expected that the life saving ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

GRADUATES AWARDED DIPLOMAS Mission, Polytechnic and Commercial High Schools Hold Final Exercises The graduation exercises of the Mission high school were held last night in the school auditorium. 19 Kirls and 14 boys getting their diplomas. About a thousand parents and friends of the graduates attend eJ. The address of the evening was made by Supervisor William H. Me * arthy, who promised to use his in fluence as a member qf-the finance committee to secure a $300,000 appro priation next year for a new school building. The commencement exercises of the Polytechnic high school were also held last night at First avenue and Frederick stre-t. Nineteen boys and girls graduated. An address was made by Principal James E. Addicott. The Commercial high school held final, exercises in the girls' high school. There rt graduates in the four year course and 72 in the two year course. Fairfax Wheelan was the principal speaker, his subject being "Trade Service to Civilization. Dr. A. A. d'Ancona. p...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer The Girls in the Shops Are Tired Already W2l You Not Try to Finish Your Christmas Buying Now Rather Than Make Conditions Worse? Christmas is just one week distant, five shopping days. Is your shopping all done? It is too late now to advise you to "do your Christmas shop ping early." Only, don't do k late. At this time of the year keepers of stores can not avoid hard ships that weigh heavily upon their employes. Unfortunately, the heartless Indifference of the public increases the hardships un necessarily. Thousands of girls and young women are already tired, worn out in mind and in nerves, by the strain of the holiday season's work. WiH not the readers of this newspaper set a good example and do NOW the shopping that has been postponed ? Don't wait tiß next week. Remember, that if you do not want to pay for what you buy now, you can make a deposit, al...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

With Christmas less than a week away—and a host of friends to remember —doesn't The Emporium's timely dollar sale appeal? It should, from point /vt*N O&J value—for every item is a full dollar's worth and ofttimes more. Everything is worth-while and chosen for its appropriateness. Bring this listwithyou. "f-J" \I * &~ & ) If v , Men,S Ne s kwe f r . (luo|j Child's Handbag [ Japanese Art Crafts California Glace Fruit ' Dollar Watch Gift Blouses ' jy| JJ« Handsome scarfs, in holiday S Genuine morocco Thousand head cup and saucer, Luscious, delicious and an ex- Ingersoll; tried A number of pretty styles, /WL feS? boxes, flowing end four-m- m pannier style; Satsuma vases in variety, $1. 4^ ' cellent gift to send East; put and true; for the but we make special mention £0) style; exclusive pat- |£h ■ * stirrup handle; Lacquered boxes, priced $1. " ™SL up in very pretty burnt wood school boy ; \||a#f|v of a fine batiste, cluny trim- Jjn^ [terns; special, each, $I.QQ [ lii ; ; ; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

The Game Will Improve When a Fighter Develops Who Knows He Can't Come Back CA LL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS CLOSE RAGE IS PREDICTED IN 1914 All Clubs, With the Exception of Portland, Will Be Much Stronger JOE MURPHY It is generally contended that the teams of the Pacific Coast league, with the exception of Portland, will be stronger next season than they were during the year of 1913. If this con tention proves true, then the race for the pennant should prove highly ex citing. The clubs representing San Fran cisco, Venice and Los Angeles have secured new material, which promises To bolster up the weak spots. The Seals look better than they did las: year. We will have to wait, however, and learn the identity of the two players Manager Del Howard expects to sign before shouting the cause of the Seals too loudly. It seems almost a foregone conclu sion that Hap Hogan's club will be at least 20 per cent stronger than it was last year. The addition of Bill Leard is sure to'prove a benefit. Se...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

Maybe It Would Be Wise to Elect Baseball Managers By Popular Vote of the Fans NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS FOUR ROUND GO WITH WOLGAST SERVES AS BOOST FOR RITCHE 77m is the twelfth of a series of stories of the life and battles of Lightweight Champion Willie Ritchie, written ex clusively for The Call. WILLIE RITCHIE 1 was a very busy young man during my first visit cast. In fact, they kept me on the job all the time, and I had seven fights in seven weeks, which I considered pretty good for a boy away from home for the first time and just taking a chance. At last the old homesick feeling began to creep over me. I wanted to get back among my folks and my friends. I felt worse with every letter that T received, and at last I decided to pack my things and return to San Francisco, although I passed up at least four or five matches. But this did not bother me at all. For the first time in my life I really felt independent, for I had $3,500 in the bank, and I figured that I would not hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

8 WILL PROBE HOSPITAL GRAFT Acting Mayor Begins Investi gation to Sift Charges Made by Cook Acting; Mayor Thomas Jennings in stituted a far reaching investigation today into the charges that chicken, ham, eggs and other food intended for the wards of the Tuberculosis hospital have been disappearing from- the kitchen to stock the lunch counters of the nearby saloons of Timothy B. 2lealy, a former supervisor, and Pat rick J. May. his brother in law. Additional evidence to show that a long series of thefts was perpetrated is being gathered by Health Officer EL H. Brodrick. who placed the original Charges' in Mayor Jennings' hands yes terday, t.'harles Brown, a waiter em ployed in the hospital, is already un der arrest on the charge of stealing a ham, and more serious developments ere expected. LAMI MAKES ACCUSATION J. C. Lane, a cook in the institu tion, who furnished the principal evi dence, said that Healy offered to use his political influence to precure him a raise in wages, in ret...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

A Clean, $ Wholesome Paper for ______ California Homes CALL A.\[i POST, VOL »4 NO. H7 SAS FRANCISCO CALL. VOL. 115. NO. 16. HUERTA'S CAPITAL FACING SIEGE Zapata Sends Courier to Mexico City Demanding Immediate Sur render BULLET IX PARIS, Dec. 18.—The effort* of the Mexican governmert to raise money in Europe in order to meet the interest on its obligations falling due in January have thus far been futile. The Paris and London banks, which took $20,000,000 of the loan authorized by the Mexican congress in the spring and an option on the unissued remainder, decline to exer cise their option even for a few millions. MEXICO CITT. Pec. IS—Emilio Zapata today demanded the surrender of Mexico City. The message was brought here by a courier under cover of darkness and taken to the minister of war. It la believed that la< k of artillery fiione prevents tfie Zapatistas from attaxkimx the capita : The govern ment has at last awakened to the seriousnes of the situation, and as many of the ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

10 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS BRIDE FIXES DAY FOR WEDDING i>. <****> <§>♦€> <S>*S> • •♦• Stringham-DeWitt Marriage January 6 Miss Elizabeth Wheeler, Bride Elect, Returns From Visit to Fiance's Parents Miss Harriet String-ham has chosen January « as the date of her mar- j riage to Rev. William de Witt of New i York. It has not yet been definitely! decided whether the ceremony will be j read at the Htringhani hone or in the ) Mrs. Leonard Bacon —t lie former i;age was an event of two summers ! ago—will be her sister's matron of j honor and, save for the best man, who has not yet been selected, there will be no other attendants. The engagement was announced about two years ago, but owing to the ill health of the bride the mar riage has had to be postponed from the summer until after the new year. Mi=s Stringhani is the daughter of Mrs. M. D. Strtngham and sister of Roland Stt ingham. Her father, the ! late Prof, trvlas Stringham, was a; pioneer ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

The Call's Magazine and Fiction Page Tabloid Tales WHAT, Mother is a diplomat. I read so much of them these days. A diplomat. My Child, is one whose manners are so highly polished that he can call another man a liar and the other man will never know it. What, Mother, is meant by Pa tience? Patience. Little One, is that senti ment which so soon ceases to be a virtue when displayed toward the faults of those you dislike. It Is also the best investment a married woman can make. Are all, Moaher. who talk about ethers to be classed as gossips? No. no. My Child; those you dislike are gossips; those you like are '•well informed.'' Is it so wicked, then, to listen to gossip? There is nothing more wicked, Lit tle One, than to listen to gossip, but it is the popular thing never to con demn the gossip till one has heard all he has to tell. When his talk is ex hausted It is then quite noble for his listeners to show their contempt for a tattler by leaving the room. What. Mother is Hope" The ans...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

Krazy Kat ftopjrlflit, 1918, International Mawa Scrrtcc) 800-Hoo, It's Sad Tomorrow: Oh, Beware of Him The Cassandra Caddie Miss Gladys Ravenscroft, the new golf champion, was talking in Wil mington about the royal game's diffi culties. "When T began to play," she said, "I had a crusty old Scot for caddie. -A fter I had worked very hard for some months, I asked this crusty old ScjM one day: " Well. Saunders, how in I getting en ? "Saunders answered gruffly: " *Ter no makin" a fool o' yersel', but ye ll never be a gowfer.'" The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE OF DIAMONDS KING CRI STd Continued from Yesterday On the table were many documents and a pile of bank notes. Everything was In order, neatly pinned and dock eted. A number of telegrams, of which the topmost was signed "Eve iyn," caught Philips eye. He took them up. Not only were his be trothed's messages preserved, but copies of Grenier's replies were in serted In their proper sequence. TOO MUCH FOB ANSON And Evely...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

M SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening except Sunday. F. W. KELLOGG, President and Pub lisher. JOHS D. SPRKCKELS, Vice President and Treasurer. XV. U. K. OIRSON i J. D. SPRRCKKI.S JR. > DIRECTORS A. r. MORRISON ) One cent a copy evf-ry evening, except Sat « May. Price of Saturday editions 2 cents. IMlTare.l »t the Lowe or seat by wail. JO cenis • month. Price List for Mall Subscription* Payable in Advance 1 month 30 J months do 6 moatha 1.30 12 mnstha 3.00 Special Saturday edition, 12 motitba 1.00 .Foreign acbacriptloaa: Add 60c additional for each month. Ivlirered by carrier. $3.00 per year. Addrcaa Ail Communication* to THE SA\ PRAM ISCO CALL. Entered at the I'osto/fice at San Yraucisco. Cal., as sewDtl clusa matter. Telephone "Krnruy H»T*—Aak for The t ell. The Operator V\ 111 Connect You With the Department Yon Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL BOOMS, Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1G57 Fillmore street near Post. OA...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

14 BUSINESS CHANCES I3J<3H CLASS mov. picture bouse, clearing $380 mo.: best location, city. 744 Pacific bldg. $2.ono—Moving picture bouse, city; fully equip ped: 350 opera chairs; terms. 744 Pac. bldg. KOR sale — $1.20(' mov. pic. bouse; 350 opera < hairs; clearing $200 mo.; guar. 744 Pac.bid. FOR sale—Livery. coal business; est. 25 years; Oakland; clearing $300 mo. 744 Pacific bldg. FOR sale—Planing mill, money maker; big bargain; want to retire. 744 Pacific bldg. WANTED —First class candy maker with $ 1.500. 744 Pacific bldg. HEADQI ARTERS mov. pic. theaters and vaud eville hoirsr-;; we buy and sell large lists of city, country, towns: terms. 744 Pacific bldg. atAßGAlN—House an.! 3 lots on car line; 4»nanee to raise chickens. "44 Pacific bldg. FoH sale -2 large lots and 4 room modern hoarse at Burllngsnie. 744 Pacific bldg. Fni NTRV bay town hotel, bar. clearing $2t*> I mo.; chance" man and wife. 744 Pacific bldg. $2.5i>0 —Mov. pac. bouse: busy part Oakland; clearing ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

MINISTER MAY BE UNFROCKED BY VESTRYMEN Charges Made Against the "Fighting Parson" of Woodland WOODLAND. Cal., Dec 18.—Effort* *aill be made by the vestrymen of the St. Luke's church here to unfrock the Rev. Edward John Baird. Episcopal minister of Woodland, according to forma! notice served on the clergy man through Archdeacon Holt. Baird has been given 30 days in which to answer the charges of misconduct and insubordination. For the last few weeks Baird has been preaching his Sunday sermons to an empty church. Under the canonical law. Bishop W. H. Moreland names 12 clergymen who are entitled to sit as a jury in the church trial. There are three gen eral charges. The first declares that he has violated hia ordination vowa; the second that he has disobeyed the lawful orders and decisions of the bishop and standing committee, and the third, that he has been guilty of immorality and conduct unbecoming a clergyman. The clergymen who are mentioned as eligible* for the Jury, five of whom ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

17 SISTERS ALL OVER STATE SEND LETTERS TO CALL SHOWING USE OF PENNY CONI >NS OF CONTEST < Write a letter of 250 words, giving your views on the : { advantages of the penny. Use only one side of Hie paper. i Awards will be made as follows: For the best letter $50 in pennies j For the second best letter ?.$2O in pennies ! For the third best letter * $15 in pennies j } For the fonrth best letter $13 in pennies j i Fcr the fifth best letter $5 in pennies j Aii ,„ s y o ur c»„ ib .Ho o „ r»„ y Con,« M «r, The CI ■ ptoyed vn-rc h iiot for tii*> pewilM, O'CONNOR, MQFFRTT & CO. Our M Needlework Dept. Offers Gift Suggestions at Very Special Prices j unit!) are now irom <>nc-t!nra to one-half less than &AL al ? e j $3.75 to $15 I Embroidered Centerpieces and Scarfs—gifts which | ; v% toVz off Dainty Novelties of all description?, especially jjj 15c to $10 La^.^.'Z^. s '"' 1 . 85c to $12 1 Creton and Tapestry Boxes 30c 4 to §5-00 Air Cushions 50*? to 75<?* Stationery ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

A • • California Homes. <~AU. AND POST, VOL 94. NO. H7. "*N KRANCUCO CALL, VOL IJS. NO. IS. NEW BRIBERY CHARGES HURLED BY WIDNEY WAR ON NEW AUTO TAX STARTED McCreery Appeals to British Courts THOUSANDS UNITE IN FIGHTON STATUTE Coincident with the filing of a com- j rlaint in the Los Angeles courts by 6.000 members of the Automobile Club of Southern California to In validate the state "motor ve hicle act," In effect January 1, plans for a similar fight In northern California were outlined today by leaders In the California State Auto- Twenty-eight legal causes why an injuiction against the operation of tbo ■' t should be ordered are alleged In the complaint filed In th© southern GOVERNOR IS DEFENDANT The complaint is directed against Hiram W. Johnson as governor. Charles t>. Blaney, Burton A. Towne, X. D. Darlington, J. J. Dwyer. F. W. Hatch and W. M. CcClnre. constitut ing the state department of engineer ing, and State Treasurer E. D. Rob- The fight for the northern Califor n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

2 GRADUATES AWARDED DIPLOMAS Mission. Polytechnic and Commercial High Schools Hold Final Exercises The graduation exercises of the Mission high school were held last night in the school auditorium, 1* Stria and 14 boys getting their diplomas. About a thousand parents and friends of the graduates attend ed. The address of the evening was made by Supervisor William 11. Mc- Carthy, who promised to use his in fluence as a member of the finance committee to secure a $300,000 appro priation next year for a new school The commencement exercises of the Polytechnic high school were also held last night at First avenue and Frederick street. Nineteen boys and £irls graduated. An address was made by Principal James K. Addicott. The Commercial high school held final exercises in the girls' high school. There were 6 graduates in the four year course, and 72 in the two year course. Fairfax Wheelan was the principal speaker, his subject being "Trade Service to Civilization." Dr. A A. d'Ancona. pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

HUERTA'S CAPITAL FACING SIEGE EI, PASO. Tex., Dec. IS.—General Pnneho Villa notified th* Trrrar.au family that lie must be paid n ran* "om of $500,000 by Niinoet Sunday, or I,nls Terraian Jr. will be execute* I, according; to refugees who arrived in Juarex from Chihuahua today. On the special train were more than 300 foreigners, lncldlng American*, Ger mans, Italian* and Spaniard's. They ■aid that condition* in th Mexican city since its occupation by General Kranclsco Villa warranted the depart ure of all foreigner*. A *tory that a new revolution wa* to be »tarted against both Huerta and Villa hy K.iul llo Yanquez Gomez was not credited. MEXICO CITY. Dec. 18—Emlllo Zapata today demanded the surrender of Mexico City. The message was brought here by a courier under cover of darkness and taken to the minister of war. It Is believed ti:<«.t lack of artlllery alone prevents the Zapatistas from attacking the capital. The govern ment has at last awakened to the serlousnes of the situati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 18 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer The Girls in the Shops Are Tired Already Wfll You Not Try to Finish Your Christmas Buying Now Rather Than Make Conditions Worse ? Christmas is just one week distant, five shopping days. Is your shopping all done? It is too late now to advise you to "do your Christmas shop ping early." Only, don't do it late. At this time of the year keepers of stores can not avoid hard ships that weigh heavily upon their employes. Unfortunately, the heartless indifference of the public increases the hardships un necessarily. Thousands of girls and young women are already tired, worn out in mind and in nerves, by the strain of the holiday season's work, Win not the readers of this newspaper set a good example and do NOW the shopping that has been postponed? Don't wait till next week. Remember, that if you do not want to pay for what you buy now, you can make 1 a deposi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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