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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL GIVES SAFEGUARDS AGAINST INFLATION Senator Owen Says Currency Bill Will Not Lead to Wide Disaster Replying to Senator Root's charge that the currency bill, if enacted in "s present form, will moan enormous expansion and lead to wide disaster. Senator Owen has shown that the federal reserve notes will be safe guarded in tiie following ways to prevent inflation and to insure con traction: Safeguard No. I—Some individual must require currency which the nor mal supply of currency does not fur nish, in that contingency the Indi vidual must furnish his notes to a member bank unable to supply the <urrency and willing t<> apply to the federal reserve banks for it. Safeguard No. 2—The federal re serve bank must be without the cur rency necessary and be willing to ap ply to the federal reserve agent. Safeguard No. 3—The federal re i v? agent must consent. Safeguard No. 4 —The federal re serve bank must then put up dollar for d...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

12 NEAR ELITE FLAYED IN RING CASE Attorney for Firm Suing Dr. R. J. McAdory, Says "Preda tory Class" Exists AUK lhr«f contentions correct* In there a elan* of people of -near aristocracy" In our midst f Does this "predatory elaaa*' nmUp tradesmen their legitimate nod recounised preyT In it man liable for tats wife's purchases* Judge Graham has been asked to decide these questions. What do you think f "When pretty Josephine McAdory bought a $750 diamond ring at a Los Angeles Jewelry store while her hus liand, Dr. R. J. McAdory, was losing $50,000 in Wall street operations, she ■did not dream that her little purchase —a birthday surprise—would raise the question with Judge Graham as to ■whether there exists a "predatory class." Attorney 11. TV. Glensor, represent ing the Los Angeles firm ln their at tempt to collect 'from the society physician and his wife, today filed a brief in the superior court, in ■which he declares that there has grown up a class of "near aristoc racy" which "ma...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

CALL AND POST'S FEATURE SECTION MAGAZINE ■>a.S rgANQtaCO CALL. VOL. 115, NO. TA. FOOTLIGHT FLASHES FROM LOCAL Jollies by May Irwin Sample Laugh Producers | From Her Farce, "Widow «j By Proxy," Which Be gins Columbia The ater Engagement Tomorrow Miss Irwin and the young man who attaches himself to her are at tea. She asks— "Do you take sugar? How many lumps?" "How many do you take? I'll have the same as you have." "I suppose if I put nitroglycerin In mine, you'd say. 'Pass the matches." " "Miss Grey, what do you say to dis carding your tea gown for trousers? They're the latest cry from Paris." "What do'l say about it? Why, I'm perfectly willing if other people are." "Ynu know you don't have to wear stockings with them. Instead you wear your monogram on each leg." "How lovely! Then I won't have to wear a card case! And why not have your telephone number just be low the monogram?" "me. Gilligan was here with her bin." ' oh", was she? What did she say?" ' "She said you shouldn't buy ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

14 GOSSIP OF THE SMART SET GATHERED FROM THE TOWN AND COUNTRY Oelrichs in Europe Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oelrichs, whose marriage In New York two weeks ago look society by surprise, have arrived in Europe and will remain ln Paris until after the Christmas holidays. While in the French capital they will be entertained by Mrs. Theodore A. •Havemeyer Sr. Later they will enjoy a sojourn in London as the guests of Lady Arthur Paget. In the spring Mr. and Mrs. Oelrichs will go to Algiers and Cairo, where they have lttters to Lord Kitchener and where they will'remain some Mrs. Oelrichs, who was Miss Esther Moreland, is the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moreland of Pittsburg, and on her entrance into the beau monde was hailed as the prettiest girl of the Newport season. According to the latest matrimonial fad of New York the announcement of their engagement was followed by their marriage two days later, which took place in the rectory of St. Pat rick's cathedral, and was followed by a br...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

Society News of the Week "Thes Dansants" and Musical Comedy on Today' s Calendar Though Christmas is only a few days off and there are countless gifts to arrange and send, and a thousand and one things to be attended to, so ciety's maids and matrons seem ever to find the time for the usual round of social gayeties. The calendar of the week to come is full of dances and Christmas parties, and that of the week just closed is no less replete With social divertisements of various natures. Just for today there are a card party and two teas, two "thes dansants," a ball and the musical comedy to be given in the San Mateo Polo club tonight. The matinee tea dances and to night's benefit are probably the most talked of of the many affairs, and will In consequence draw the largest crowds. Everybody will attend the ' Palace "thes dansant. - ' Those who were not invited to the St. Francis affairs will go to show that they were asked to the other, and those who were invited to see how the two com...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

16 How a Beautiful Young Girl Was Snared by a Human Spider, Who Held a Letter Showing She Had Been Deceived Into a Mock Marriage. How the Girl, in a Frantic Attempt to Save Herself From Everlasting Shame, Stabbed Her Torturer and Was Arrested for Murder. How She Was Finally Freed and Her Name Cleared, and How She at Last Is Joined to the Man She Loves. BEGIN THIS GREAT NEW SERIAL TODAY A Thrill in Every Installment, a Punch in Every Chapter. (NOVELIZED BY) 'From the play hy George Scarborough. Kerial rights held and copyrighted by Inter national News Service.) f {TVE told you that I don't love I you!'" "And I've told Father Shan non you do!" • "Oh. I hope you didn't do that, captain," cried the girl anxiously. Who could tell—thought she—just what this fearless, frank, fascinating soldier of fortune, this "world-man,'' this adorable "wild Irishman," whom she dared not learn to love, might do-? She had told him twice that her decision not to marry—any one * * * was irrevocable. He had...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

// the Doctors Operated on Father After Christmas They Wouldn't Find a Penny Left in Him £7 /7 The Girl, the World and the Devil MISS PATTERSON aerdi no In troduction to the renders of thU newspaper aa one of the 'oremoat woman newspaper vrrlt ***"■ of the day. Aa ahe has achieved her sncceaa entirely un aided through 30 yearn of devo tion to her work, one could hardly choose a more efficient peraon to Instruct nnd advtae a girl who la going out Into the world to earn her own living. And incidentally Mlaa Pntteraon virtually tella her own working life story.—EDI TOR. Ry ADA PATTERSON Y ou are 17 and you must find work * to live, it is a commonplace sit uation to every one save you, you and your mother, who, if she is wise and tender, lies awake many a night I agonizing over It. Tou are the fifth girl. One of every five girls In the United States works for her own living, and. In greater or less degree, helps others to live. So you see you are not alone. You are. In fact, quite usual...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

Krazy Kat He Deserves Even Worst Tomorrow: Just Think of Next Thursday Taste V hen Jeffrey Farnol, the popular novelist, was painting signs in New Tork and writing stores that nobody Would buy, he was, of course, hard up. "Farnol," said a New Tork editor, "tflls me that in those days postage was his curse. It cost him such a lot, you know, to post his heavy stories to the magazines, and, of course, he had to pay the postage back as well on their rejection. " Farnol said it seemed to him in those days that the world's crying r.'-'d was a cheap excursion stamp, there and back, for authors' manu script.* The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys TEH FAMILY CUPBOARD Adapted from Owen Davis' Broadway Success. tNOVELIZKD BY I (From <)w*n Davie' play now being presented at the Playhouse by William A. Brady — Copyrighted, IUI3, by International News fcerrice. > Continued from Yesterday "Well—goodby." Dick started for the door and then stopped—a curi ous little smile had come over ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

What the Local Playhouses Will Offer for Entertainment Next Week —i ii ii n 11.. ■ i *w CHRISTMAS week will be a notable one in theatrical circles, the local playhouses offering particularly strong features. To the Cort the much discussed Gaby Deslya in -The Little Pa risienne" will come, heading! cast of New York Winter Garden favorites. May Irwin, who lias not been seen in San Francisco for a number of years, proposes to visit us with "Widow by Proxy," at the Columbia theater. "The Little Parisienne" is strictly a musical show, while May Irwin's vehicle is a comedy with musical in terpolations. Considering, in view of this, that the Gaiety is presenting "The Girl at the Gate" and the Alca zar invading the field with "The Man Who Owns Broadway," not forgetting "Mutt and Jeff in Panama." at the Savoy, San Francisco theater goers are to be practically flooded with mu sical attractions. The Orpheum will have its road show to bid for favor with followers of vaudeville, and the Empress ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer President Wilson Vindicates San Francisco Proves That We Will Not Mar Natural Beauty in the Hetch Hetchy President Wilson, in signing the Hetch Hetchy grant, said in explanation of his action: "I have signed this bill because it seemed to serve the pressing public needs of the region concerned better than they could be served in any other way, and yet did not impair the usefulness or materially detract from the beauty of the public domain. "The bill was opposed by so many public spirited men, thoughtful of the interests of the people and of fine conscience in every matter of public concern, that I have naturally sought to scrutinize it very closely. I take the liberty of thinking that their fears and objections were not well founded. I believe the bill to be, on the whole, in the public interest, and I am the less uncertain in that judgment because I ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

COMIC WEEKLY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL Hawkshaw the Detective —A Visit from Santa Claus AND POST SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913 mmtmjk win, tv ft*— imH

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

The Newly weds—'Twas the Night Before Christmas

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

Those Kids Next Door—Nippy's Pop Plays Santa Claus

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 20 December 1913

Stepbrothers—They Don't Believe in Santa Claus Any More Spareribs and Gravy—No Christmas Dinner for Them

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

i Homes •V I CALL AMI TOST, VOL SH, NO. 15ft. FRANi ISCO CALL. VOL 115. XO. 19. BASTIAN, $ 100,000 THIEF, BARED AS OLD TIMER Bank of London and Mexico City Forced to Close Doors CARABOAS GRILLED IN WILSON'S LETTER %7 Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Dec. :'2.—President Wilson today made public a letter ad dressed to Secretaries Garrison and I Daniels, respectively, requesting that '"a very serious reprimand" be admin istered to those army.and navy offi cers who participated in the recent dinner of the Military Order of the Carabao, at which the administration's Philippine and other policies were satirized. The letter follows: The officers who were respon sible for the program of the evening are certainly deserving of a very serious reprimand, which I hereby request be admin istered, and I car. not rid myself of a feeling of great disappoint ment that the general body of of ficers assembled at the dinner should have greeted the carrying out of such a program with ap parent Indifference ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

2 LOVE TESTS MADE AT U. OF C. Professor Says Trial Seems to Bear Out German Scientist Phychological tests to determine at what particular age men and women love with deepest feeling, conducted at the University of California and st Hamburg university, have re filled in the graphic showing of the "curve of love" by German scientists, but with no results of scientific value at Berkeley. Prof. John Jackh, eminent German scholar, declared that by pencil and •-ompaas he has actually succeeded in plotting the "curve of love," show ing that man loves deepest at from 24 to 26 years of age, while woman has her greatest effection between the ages of 30 and 34. Prof. Warner E. Brown of Berkeley, a phychologist of wide reputation, declares that his tests fail to show that there can be any graphic il lustration of the Intensity of affection for the opposite sex. He is willing to concede that observation would seem to establish professor Jackh's theo ries as correct. MEX S "BUST" LOVE 24 TO 36 Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

OVATION FOR ROLPH ON RETURN Reception to Be Tendered Mayor and Supervisor Vo gelsang Tomorrow Upon the return of Mayor Rolph and Supervisor Vogelsang tomorrow from Washington, where they worked for the passage of the Hetch Hetchy bill, they will be tendered a compli mentary reception and formally con gratulated upon the success of their efforts. Plans have been formulated by act ing .Mayor Jennings and the board of supervisors. It was the original in tention to welcome the entire delega tion that went to the national capital to fight for Hetch Hetchy, but this Pl«.n lias been rendered impossible, as th# members of the party do not re turn together. Mayor Rolph is ac companied west by his wife and Su pervisor Vogelsang. Former Mayor James D. Phelan. who was a member of the Hetch Hetchy delegation, arrived home yes terday morning. He was met at the ferry building by a delegation of about 50 San Franciscans, headed by Acting Mayor Jennings, who greeted him warmly and congratulated him ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer The United States May Loan Money to Young Men Professor Hunt Suggests Plan Whereby Ambitious Farmers Can Acquire Independence. Professor Thomas Forsyth Hunt, dean of the college of agri culture at the University of California, has taken a step from the soil into the counting house. He has a financial suggestion to make to the United States government. It is this: That the money accumulated in postal savings banks and now loaned to private banks at a rate of 2 per cent be loaned to ambitious young farmers at a slightly higher rate. Such a system of loans would enable young men who wish to become independent farmers to borrow money for a long term and at comparatively low rate of interest. It would take a long step toward abolishing the tenant farmer and expanding the class of independent land holders. Professor Hunt does not advocate indiscriminate loa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

GERMAN EXHIBIT IS FAR FROM HOPELESS LONDON, Dec. 21.—The Times, which has special infoimatloTi re carding the Kaiser's position in the matter of German-participation in the Panama-Pacific International expo sition, says it is erroneous to suppose the emperor has been unfavorable to tion would have been considered un desirable because of the arrangement arrived at before August between the British and German foreign offices. Goode told the International News service correspondent tonight that the British committee would keep pegging away and the situation was far from hopeless. When parliametn recon venes early in February the question Will be made a live issue. i The kaiser's stand is held by many here not only to throw the re sponsibility for not exhibiting on England, but he also let it he known clearly that the arrangement between the two countries not to exhibit is open to revision so far as Germany is concerned. < 01.l Mill S' RONES FOR FAIR WASHINGTON. Dec. 22.—A plan to re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 22 December 1913

The Knockout Wallop Is Not Considered Soothing but Still It Produces Sleep CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS OVERALL IS STILL ON SHELF Big Pitcher Probably Will Hold Aloof Until Training Time Rolls Around JOE MURPHY The fact that no public announce ment, has been made by Manager Del Howard of the Seals in regard to the status of the Overall case since he arrived in I.os Angeles would indicate that the big fellow is still balky. Howard has been around Los Angeles for several days, but he has not been Jible to whip the giant pitcher into line up to date. Overall Is telling his friends in the south that he will make- no promises to any one. He will not decide on re turning to the game until next March. His future will depend entirely on what is offered him at that time. He is quoted as saying that there is lio use of the San Francisco club en deavoring to tie him up at this time, as he will not listen to such a propo sition. The big fellow declares that he wants to be a free agent until nex...

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