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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 23 December 1913

<#s aßule, Men Don't Want Anything for Christmas, and They Are the Only Ones Who Get What They Want The Call's Magazine and Fiction Pages The Real Saint FRANCES L. GARSIDE L« 1» ene long story of injus tice to woman. She is discred ited for every failure, and man f is credited with her every success. T he ljttle homage that has been done to her has always had its little joke tied to it as big as the tin can tied to a country dogs tail. Man flattered her by making her a symbol* of justice. Then he tied a handage over her eyes to discredit her judgments. He made her the symbol of Liberty, hoping the com pliment would sooth her into forget fulness of his refusal to let her vote. He made her the symbol of Patience, because that is ■ virtue of which he Is willing to let her have a monopoly. She invented Love; he stole the Idea and made a boy child love's rep resentative. She invented Christmas, a-nd he made an inane looking man. top old to hold any other political Job, the Christmas s...

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. — 23 December 1913

12 THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening except Sunday. F. W. KELLOGG, Fresideat and Pub lisher. JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President a n.l Treasurer. W. U. K. GIBSON 1 J. D. SPRECKELS JR. > DIRECTORS A. F. MORRISON I One cent a copy every evening, except Sat erdav. Price of Saturday editions 2 cents. Delivered st the home or sent by mail. CO cents a month. Price List for Mali Subscriptions Payable in Advance 1 month |2 0 months ■™J 6 months \ 2> 12 months 3.00 Speclsl Saturday edition. 12 months 1.00 Foreign subscriptions: Add 60c additional lor each month. Delivered by carrier. $3.00 per year. Address All Communications to THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. Entered at the Po«toffice at San Francisco. Cal.. as second class matter. Telephone "Kearny Sfi"—Ask for The Call. The Operator Will Connect lou With the Department You Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS, Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH. 1657 Fillmore street near PosL O...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 23 December 1913

Y.ITnT , * f . < *'* t * p *"a«oechi. a son. wif.: % , \ h '* °". v - Domnbor is, 1913. to the t , r?„ ,i'~ lD thN , it - v - Deeon*er 23. 1913. ,er Sot Jos, 'i )b L ' t'-'Wsmlth. a daugh m&&L?£ «Sj i>~™*" c. 1913. to JACII ln"t!u./city*Heclmber f-.'mu, the P tlUa ' 'Dy. Nov«inb.T 15. 1913. to the j ,K<lri? f Attll! ' , jona -» H —'a this- city. De-ensber 17. »tS, te. tSe wife of K.lwii, Jorscn. s son. * .'iijcE—in this etry, 11 «".-.. to kI-T of I **trlck Joyce, a son. ti tni? * '' ;,y ' December 17. 1913. to I vvlx Wlff * of 3 *" E- Kenai, a *)a. r .v~ ln Tnts 4 -' ,t - T - ssSaesassat 21, to tlie wife t /iL, a son LITr.HKNSTEIN- In this city, DecemlxT 14. I*l3, to tiie wife of David Litchensteln, a son, k'TTLE—In this <.it T , I>ncpssheT IS, 1013. to of Little, a Boa, M. DON,il i;n i . v- Ueceniber 13. 1913. vi th . e .. wlt> of Thomas McTxmough. a aon. • an 'N KITT;— in this city. **<-**über 10. to the wife of 11,., or Mvnwtte. a riatighter. MOOCK-- ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 23 December 1913

14 LETTER SHOWING NEED OF PENNY REACHES THE CALL FROM FAR OFF HAWAII CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Write a letter of 250 words, giving your views on the advantages of the penny. Use only one side of the paper. Awards will be made as follows: For the best letter $50 in pennies For the second best letter $20 in pennies For the third best letter $15 in pennies For the fourth best letter $10 in pennies For the fifth best letter $5 in pennies Address your contribution to Penny Contest Editor, The Call. Xo let up ln penny letters! They are coming; from eastern States and even across the broad Pa. Clfic from eager contestant*. Owing to the great number of let ters received and In order to print as many of the arguments as possible, it has been necessary merely to publish extracta Contestants should not feel that their letters are being slighted because only a portion of them ap pears in prlnL Readers of this col umn should understand that lack of space requires this step in order to give everybody...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

£3>Q>llJi- C^*Hin rr (**\nv**r*\nllrn\f% The city circulation of The Call-Post is far in excess of any other VJvl££# £g Vs£# l»£££C£ LlxJf l evening paper in San Francisco. Both in street sales and delivered- I | to-the-home circulation The Call-Post leads all competitors by many thousands. Paid announcements in this medium get the widest 'J and maximum results are certain. .\ .\ .'. .'. /. .\ .". /. .'. .". .'. .'. A Cleajx Wholesome,, • Paper Jot • C alifornia Homes. » 11 H . a HAJX, A>l> POST, VOI- 94, XO. 152. US FRANCisro CAU% YOU US, NO. XL "HE'S RICHMOND TRAIN BANDIT'—PHYSICIAN VICTIM BOSTICK'S DIAMOND IDENTIFIED AS BRIDE'S SAVE TWO WRECKED BY WILD STORM Life Saving Crew Picks Up Fishermen in Peril of Death Off Cliff House Tossed about like a chip in a sea running mountain high before a SO mile sou'easter, the crew of a crab fisherman's la.unch clung to the upturned cockleshell a mile out and a mile south of the Cliff house while the life saving crews from Point B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

12 TORREON IS RETAKEN BY REBELS Twelve Thousand Men in Bat i tie Which Gives Victory to Insurgent Chief By Associated Press. n UIK7., Mexico, Dec 24L— After heavy fighting at Torreon thr rebel troop* havf retaken that city from the Huerta forces, ac cording to reports brought by couriers today from Jlmlncr, half way between Chihuahua and Tor ' reon. The reports said that 12,000 men had been engaged, that there was much loss of life and that General MondovU* Herrera, the rebel commander, had been wounded. ' MEXICO CITY. Dec. 24.—Federals ware dispatched from San Luis Potosl today in pursuit of the rebels who blew up a troop train at Charcos sta tion and butchered the helpless fed erals who escaped death by the dyna mite blast set off when the train passed. It Is reported that 100 sol diers were killed. JAP DIPLOMAT FOR MEXICO MEXICO CITY. 'Dec. 24.—Japan has Bent a representative to Mexico. This became known today when an an nouncement was made that Mr. Sani eyra of the Japanese fore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

HOLIDAY JOY STARTS TONIGHT Open Air Concert at Lotta's Fountain Starts Christ mas Celebrations Christmas cheer will he distributed 'n San Francisco in the same large and generous measure in which the <ity was enriched with gifts by the good year, 1913. Beginning with tne great open air concert, the fourth of Its kind, at Lotta's fountain this evening, at which .100 band pieces and 500 voices will participate, reasons why San Francisco should especially rejoice this year will be given by Mayor Lolph. who returned yesterday from the Atlantic coast. SI.UiHT PKOGRAM CHANGE The numbers on the program to night at Lotta's fountain have been changed slightly to permit Mr. Burke to keep another appointment. He will appear as number live, while Miss Vivienne will be number seven. The concert at the fountain this year is under the auspices of the San FraneiFi-ii Musicians' union, local No. Frank W. Healy is director of the concert, and Ruth McKenzle solo finger, with a chorus of 500 voices,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

4 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS GREETING FOR NEW YEAR I Oakland Society Leaders Plan Reception for Smart Set Members, January Ist, Following Return From East Mrs. Frank C. Havens, one of the patronesses for the "the dansant" to be given by the Sixteenth infantry branch of the army relief fund, January 15. GOSSIP OF THE DRAWING ROOfij Back From Mare Island ' Miss Katherine McAdam has re , turned to her home in Franklin street from a visit to Mare island, where she was the guest of Ensign and Mrs. Jesse Olendorf. Saturday Mrs. Olen dorf departed for Annapolis, where she will pass the holiday season with her parents. Ensign Olendorf, who is attached to tlie Denver, will leave California shortly for Washington, D. C, to await orders. * * * To Gave Xmas Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dougherty will entertain at an elaborate Christ mas dinner at the Hotel Bellevue, %vhere they have taken apartments for the winter. Many of the guests will be relatHes. * * * To Depart January 15 Mrs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

The Call's Magazine and Fiction Pages THEIR MARRIED LIFE For the First Time Since Their Marriage Warren Gives Helen a Real Christmas Gift MABEL HARRIET URNER {( k 1 didn't give her a Z\ thing!" Helen took the scented, hand embroidered glove case from its tisue paper wrap- Pings and looked at it disconsolate*-. To find on Christmas morning that some one to whom you have sent nothing has remembered you with an expensive gift is, to say the least, disconcerting. "Look, dear," insistently, for War ren, who was going over some cards and letters, had not troubled to glance up. "It's an expensive one, too! Is It too late to send some thing? Lots of the Christmas mail ■won't be delivered until tomorrow anyway! She wouldn't know, would she, that I sent it after I received hers?" "What's that?" he demanded, en grossed in a letter. Patiently Hel.m repeated her ques tion. "Well, if you didn't care enough about the woman to give her some thing ln the first place, why do it now?" "But don't you s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer The Joy Which Elders Find At Christmas It Is More Exciting to Receive—But More Blessed to Give— Do You Prefer Excitement to Blessedness? Christmas day is the feast of receiving. Christmas eve is the feast of giving. We need not reiterate the proverb. Neither need we reiterate the fact that it does not apply particularly to children; they can not realize the blessedness of giving as transcending the pleasure of receiving. Some adults can not, either. That is their misfortune. On the face of the thing, of course, it would seem much more blessed to receive than to give. There are some, who, fortunately, and happily, know that it is not so; it is one of nature's paradoxes, which is homely and not clever. It is more exciting to receive than to give—that is all. Many, many persons prefer excitement to blessedness. That is their privilege. But the pleasure t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

Krazy Kat ICepjrtg&t. WIS, International Newa S«rTl<*t Tomorrow: Hurrah! Kristmas! A UssfuS Book Mis. Smith was very fond of read ■__ an< j w -hlle on a Vl»t 10 .win. %1-own one afternoon, she started a jook talk with a view of discovering what particular work her hostess liked best. J»U have quite a number of books. i. see." remarked the visitor, glancing * round the room. "Which do you thing is the most helpful to you?" "Nuttall's Dictionary, without a doubt," was the prompt response of Mrs. Brown. •You don't really mean it. ex claimed the visitor. "May I ask in what particular way?" Oertianly," wag the obliging reply. •The baby sits on It at the table, and Aft eaves tiie price of a high chair." The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE FAMILY CUPBOARD Adapted from Owen Davis' Broadway Success. (NOVELIZED BY I (From l)w*ii Devli' play now being presented at the Playbouae by William A. Brady — Copyrighted. lUI3. by International New* Continued from Veaterday There...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

The Knockout Punch and the Home Run Are Bread Winners in Two Walks of Life CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS PIRATES HAVE GRAND CHANCE TO GET AWAY WITH 1914 PENNANT CHRISTY MATHEWSON The lobby of the Waldorf hotel in New York has never been looked upon or advertised as a dressing room, but the uniforms of a great many ball players have been changed there from time to time. Some lightning shifts were accomplished during the fag end of the National league meeting week, and the big trades and sales, which included the Pittsburg, St. Louis, Cincinnati, New York and Brooklyn clubs, have changed the whole complexion of the league, according to my judgment. Fred Clarke showed that he is a very shrewd manager by his deal with St Louis, whereby he got three great ball players in Harmon, Konetchy and Mowrey for five men whose loss will not be severely felt. Jack Miller is a good ball player, but as a first base man he does not rank with Konetchy. Wilson has been a fine out fielder, but he is getti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

It's Time for the Holdout League to Meet, Now That the Magnates Are All Through NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS Slattery's Spikes THAT the New Year's day mixnp between Gunboat Smith and Arthur Pelkey is going to end in a knockout seems to be the prevading opinion among the fight followers of this city and the majority of them are inclined to the belief that the Gunner is the man who will put it over. Naturally, they favor him for the reason that they know him and also because of the way in which he has been bowling over all rivals on the other side of the Rockies, so for once In his life, Smith is groins to ' be a prime favorite with the San Francisco sports. * * * to atM hero as a tour rour,<l k\ er. Even when he came back a year ago after his Eastern tri umphs and hooked up with Frank Moran, tho latter was a hot 10 to I shot. And the Gunner won from here to Chicago and back again, although he did not put up "Vt-f' month in Boston," cut in Jim Buckley, his manager. "Now I don't ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

10 Tl.t SAH rHANCiSCO CAll AND POST Publlahed by The Call Publishing rompany every evening except Sunday. $. VA KKLLOHi, I'realdrnl and I*ub llshrr. JOHN l». M'KEC KKIA, \ Ice President anil T rrnaurer. W. I>. K. 6IBSOV i J. n. KPRECKKIJ JR. -DIRECTORS A. I'". MORRIKOS 1 Oaa cent a copy every evening, except Sat nrdav Price of Saturday editions 2 cents. Delivered g| the borne or sent hy mall. !9 rents a month. Price List for Mail <tuWeicrlptl«in« . mn „i+, 30 . „-„„»»,. so 2) m „. the 1.50 12 months 3 "° BfMctal Saturday edition. 12 months 1.00 Foreign subscriptions:' Add 6oc additional for each montn. Addrran All « ommnnlcatlona to llli: SAN KRAN4 ISUO CALL Bntere.) at the Postoff.ce at San Francisco. Cal.. as second .lass matter. Telephone -Kearny SS"—Ank for The • an. The Oprrsdir \\ 111 * nnnert You V\lth the Itepsrtmrnt Yon Wlnh. BUSINESS OI FK'K ANI> KIHTOHIAL Il .oMS. Market arul Third Streets. MAIN ' ITY BRANCH, 1657 Fillmore aireet near Post. OAKLsANTJ OFKICR ir,?n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL WHEAT MARKET INCLINED TO SAG Bearish Argentine News Has Effect: Corn Is Firmer; Oats Light CHICAGO. Dec. 24.—Bearish news =• . to Argentine harvest conditions wh ♦ wheat market today some »nat off. The opening prices were unchanged to \c lower, and there u %s a subsequent further sap. Unsettled weather gave some firm pesa to corn. Values opened a shade to %c higher, but later the sain all disappeared. Oats trade was on a holiday basis and price changes were insigriir> ; ,m. P irst sales of provisions ranged irorn last night's level to 5c higher, put with offerings becoming larger on the swell. The close ln wheat waa easy un changed to He net lower. The close In corn was easy, i*c to » 8 c net lower. ! GRAIN QUOTATIONS CHICAGO. Pec. 24. -The leadiug futures ranged as follows Wheat- Open High I»w Close December 80.57H $<> s;:, |,y S7N, $0 S7N, M V oO*i .907, .SOU loon. Jnty Sje 87 , S7^ Corn— December .70 70 R9ii SSal ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 24 December 1913

12 GREAT FEATURES WHICH WILL APPEAR IN THE CALL-POST NEXT SATURDAY Y<»u will READ THE CALL POST NEXT SATURDAY. Why.' g MENT. Do you know how many eastern people are already saving * picture by NELL BRINKLEY and interesting articles and pictures, H will be the nio-t READABLE paper you can find. SPECIAL FEA- • up money to come to the EXPOSITION? You can find out Satur- t In the SATURDAY HUMOR SECTION will be a New Year TUBES of all sorts. ' 1 INTERVIEWING AN EXPOSITION," by day. HARRY MURPHY illustrates the interview with cartoons. . verse, "You Are Old, Father 13," by A. L. Price; Anecdotes and LARRY HARRIS. He interviews the PUBLICITY DEPART- { There will be SPECIAL MAGAZINE features—a fascinating Z Footlight Flashes. YOU MUST READ THE CALL-POST SATURDAY SUN RECORD HITS FUEL'S DEFENSE Charts to Disprove Company's Contention Humidity In creased Weight tU "ds of the I'nlted State* weathaf biiKni. -horting faithfully the weather conditions In San Fran cisco day by day since lf»04, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

A. Clean, Wholesome ■ • Paperj*rr >■ A I California Homea. j HALT. AND POST. VOL M. NO. 15TI. RAM FRANCISCO nAT J: VOL. m. NO. 22. BOSTICK KILLED FRIEND TO SAVE HIMSELF POLICE HUNT GRAY DEATH CAR CHRISTMAS JOY REIGNS IN HOMES OF SAN FRANCISCO How Santa Claus makes little ones of San Frajncisco happy. This is little Miss Emilie Dale, with both arms filled with holiday gifts. Is she pleased? Note the cherubic expression MISSOURI OUSTS 25 LUMBER CO.'S By A»*oci«ted Pre§*. Twenty-five rutnbeY ■companies were ned ;i n aggregate of $436,000 and I from Missouri by the supreme court of the Btate as the result of anti-trust proceedings which have ftleren of the companies are ousted entirely. Judgment against the 13 ethers was suspended on the condi tion that tlie tines pc paid within 30 da; b. failure to pay withfh that time will make the ouster In their cases aio'j *bsoiui« . THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL Chiming Bells and-Surpliced Choirs Usher In Great HoHday to City Beside Gate to Western Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

2 BANDIT NEAR COLLAPSE IN JAIL >-sion of me. Kvery child 1 met reminded me of what I had done. I walked the streets, never seeking work, only trying to keep just ahead of tile awful nightmare of it all, the haunting of that poor woman and her ■ And for days I wandered the straeta San Francisco aimlessly, weary, sleepless. It was awful. "And then a hand fell upon my "They said what I already knew they would say: 'That is the man i hat held up a train and killed a At Brat I denied it. but then I was only a heginner and didn't realize the damning evidence against me was in my pockets—the watch, the pawn tickets, the other things. "It is over. A load is off my mind, i arer of crime, like my legitimate life, is finished, l am ready to take the consequences, whatever they may 1 am ready to take the extreme punishment, to give my life for what 1 have done or remain in prison for the rest of my life. No ded of mine can atone for what 1 have done. I shall throw myself upon the mercy of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

PLOT CAUSED DEATH RUSH IS CHARGE Cafumet Miners Intimate Dis aster Causing 71 Lives Was Due t oEnemies V\ VSHI \<;To\, i)e<-. 25.—Se<* roiary of Labor WH*N rerrlvrd following telenrnm today from Charlea H. Meyer, president of the Wratrrn Federation of Per Ktrikr at Calumet and vt ••inlty, demanding; a ederal In ' estimation of the ( arlilmaa eve tragedy. CALUMET, Mich., Dec. 25.—The entire copper mining district is to day -ta- :■ I over the disaster of last night, which cost the lives of at least 71 persons, most of them chil dren, in a panic- after a false alarm of rire during Christmas exercises ar ranged by the women's auxiliary of KM Western Federation of Miners. Nearly three score strikers' homes have ben desolated. All during the night hundreds of persons gathered in and about the city hall and under taking establishments where the bodies have been taken. It was not until late this morning that the work of preparing the bodies for burial had been completed. THREE BODI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

4 Again this year Merry Christmas to l Jk ___The Emporium \y c? c Employes, have much to be grateful for. || I ' work abolished and six oclock closing put in its £cad. jj M lihis y ear we aye shorter working /\m day—and find that unknown and un \\ V solicited we have been made I sharers in the year's prosperity— J| J^^^^^^ x f° r these are reproductions of some this year we feel a like tribute is due. We hereby pledge our support to make The Emporium bigger and * /^^H| better in every way and will strive vW* i i r> i r i • 206 of these two and a half per cent checks, \ to render the Public such service rznging from $1500 to $6250< received jjjj and kindness as we are shown. by the fortunate three-year employes. I This "Thank You Page' made up by Employes under JF^^O recnon °f — ""designed Christmas Page Committee — || which, during the rush of holiday business, has been IC<7 « A « c . M. . j - - 2— 1 157 of these five per cent checks, start- I appointed to publicly proclaim...

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