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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

mm * ' After the crowds, the rush and the ravages made on stocks during the Christmas shopping. Stocks are so rifled and broken that forceful measures must be taken to || IjIDDOITI clear them quickly. One of this, one of that, broken sizes here, and overplus there, and we resort to reduction, deep price reduction, which, being made j Mr throughout, furnish the great bulk of bargain merchandise for these half-yearly clearance sales which start here tomorrow —all which spell "bargains" for you. ! BRING CHRISTMAS CHECKS AND MERCHANDISE ORDERS-NOW IS TIME TO BUY, Expresses a hearty FOR BIG SAVINGS WILL BE FOUND AND DOLLARS WILL DO DOUBLE DUTY * SALES START TOMORROW Christmas to all Art Needlecraft at QuickClearan.ee Prices Clearance in Men's Suits Hundreds Pretty Wash Goods Remnants j tan( j rea j v Pin cushions, handkerchief boxes, glove boxes, fancy bags. 95c-$14.95 $14 75 $16 75, $18.75 in lengths from 2to 10 yards. Every wash goods remnant; nominally priced. oIKIS ready Blouses for ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

It Often Takes Ten Years to Make a Champion, But Ten Seconds Will Break Him CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS RITCHIE GETS NOLAN AS HIS MANAGER BUT PLAYS IN HARD LUCK r/11'5 is //ie fifteenth of a series of stories of the life and battles of Lightweight Champion Willie Ritchie, written ex clusively for The Call. WILLIE RITCHIE Before departing from Los Angeles I was approached by Billy Nolan, who made tlie trip to the south to witness the Wolgast-Rivers battle and also to discuss a business proposition with me. Nolan did not admit this at the time, but from what I have learned since 1 feel convinced that he started out on my trail after reading how I beat Mandot. We had a long conference, in which Nolan told me how I needed a manager and how he would be in a position to bring me to the front. I had a great deal of respect for him, having read of how successful he was in getting so much money for Battling Nelson. "Willie," he said to mc, "I believe that you have the makings of tlie lightw...

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. — 25 December 1913

The Man Who Is in Baseball for Glory Usually Keeps His Eye Glued on the Box Office NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS DEL HOWARD LIKELY TO PULL SOME DEALS WHILE IN THE SOUTH So much has been read about tlie buying, trading and selling of play ers by big league clubs that the com mercial spirit seems to have hit the •'oust league and the fans should not be surprised if they heard that Del Howard traded a raft of his players for men of other clubs. Howard is in Los Angeles and he is being besieged by Hap Hogan of the Venice club and Cap l>illon of the Los Angeles club to dozen players i c would be willing to let go If fee could get the men lie wants from other dubs. He stands willing to trade Pitcher Cack Hen ley. First Baseman Harry McArdle. Outfielder Willie Hogan, Third Base man Walter Cartwright and a couple of young pitchers. Del figures to get something in re turn for these men. One deal which Del has suggested to Hogan is a trade where McArdle and Henley would be turned over to...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

8 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS SOCIETY IN GAY HOLIDAY MOOD Dinners, Dances, Parties Will Furnish Cheer for Christmas Mrs, Eleanor Martin Enter tains at Attractive Yule tide Function ol i!«. ur ai mv will convert the home I Martin are Mr. aad Mrs, Hoary, T. j The Martins at Newport I Mr. .nifi Mr.". Pet'-r Martin are at N< wjn.it. where they are holding t. :, ,• i ui'iins • • IH.iati >n with Mrs. ■tartan la NOW York for several months, la mai h improved la health. Weavers Entertain months, «!n« arrived yesterday to) Others who will be present are: Mr. Mrs, Kenl Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Hart Weave*?! Mrs, Nellie Heard. Miss Ethel Beard.. Miss Helen Wea?« and * * # Party for Mass Stone Mi and Mrs. Otis Johnson. Uyone, Frits Hinckley, Homer GttT* ran. Dean Witter and Melville Bow- Van Winkles Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Henry v Van Winkle Will tn lost and hostess at a de iUhtful laimly feathering tonight, when they -will entertain at a Ohrlst l (Manor puriy. The affair will be I • ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

GREAT FEATURES WHICH WILL APPEAR IN THE CALL-POST NEXT SATURDAY You will EE AD THE CALL-POST NEXT SATURDAY. Why! MENT. Do you know how many eastern people are alroadv saving ♦ picture by NELL BRINKLEY and interesting articles and pictures, 'twill be the most READABLE paper you can find. SPECIAL FEA- * np money to come to the EXPOSITION? You can find out Satur- * In the SATURDAY HUMOR SECTION will be a New Year TURES of all sorts. INTERVIEWING- AN EXPOSITION," by ~ day. HARRY MURPHY illustrates the interview with cartoons. ± verse, kk 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 i Footlight Flashes, S YOU MUST READ THE CALL-POST SATURDAY *s *nT*srw> n n 1 — — - - - A Clean, Wholesome Paper for California Homes CALL AND POST, VOL M. NO. 152 _ PAN FRANCISCO CALL, VOL. 113, NO. 21 DUCK DINNER FOR 4,000 IDLE MEN City Provides Christmas for Unemployed: Will Feed Men Unti...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer You are Having Your Very Merry Christmas The Essence of the Day Is Holding You in Its Solution From Which You Can Not Escape You are having your merry Christmas. There is an essence about the day, this day, which can not be avoided: it is the only holiday that is ethereal, that permeates, that absorbs and conquers all men. From daybreak until bedtime one is in a solution of the Christmas spirit. Those who have had the best time today have been the chil dren ; those who have had the second best time have been parents who have been able to do something for their children—little or much—to add to their happiness. Those who have been saddest to day .have been those parents eager, but unable, to do anything for their children. There are many good hearted folks who look out for the hap piness of the children who have no Santa Claus to come down their chimne...

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. — 25 December 1913

& & If You Want to Feel Good the Day After, Confine Your Christmas Fullness to Your Stocking Sf & Daysey Mayme and Her Folks FRANCES L. GARSIDE AS it srew nearer and nearer to Cb.ri.tma*, Lysander John Ap- Pleton began to feel as limp as » «*a after U ha.s had a hemorrhage or sawdust. All tho financial Muffin* was being out of hi ™- tmt as he hadn't the braVo spjrit tQ refusp w . fp daughter money to buy gifts for every ° no froni milkman to the ■ . ne derided that strategy was . .ary to keep him from the state ■ collapse represented by a doll all the sawdust in its body has l>een removed. It was the prelimi nary sinking in certain of his parts that warned him to take drastic ac tion. One evening at 8 o'clock Mrs. Ap rdeton grumbled that her husband was late to supper. That meal is or dinarily ready at 6. but owing to the fact that she had to rush off to the poetoffu c to get off a pair of military iiair brushes to an uncle who has no hair with a card attached which -...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

12 Krazy Kat Ignatz Starts Pruning Tomorrow: Recovering From Today I'OOK < I IIATK! Baa was a plumb widow with two rharming daughters. She had been a • relief just a year, and was be ginning to wear her "weeds" lightly. All the same, when the new curate called upon her she sighed: "Ah! I feel the loss of my poor, dear husband very much. I never lave an appetite for anything now." The curate was all sympathy, and In the endeavor to crieer her by pointing out what a comfort to her her daughters must be. replied: "I can finite understand that, but f*ou are solaced In—" "S-i-r-r!" interrupted the indignant lady, "allow me to Inform you that I am not laced in at all." Polly and Her Pals The Dingbat Family Us Boys Not On the Passenger List t MRS. RI'TGKR DE PEYSTER was sitting in her deck chair looking at tlie passengers sauntering back and forth on the promenade deck, and a gleam of interest came Into her eyes when young Mr. Oswald came np to her, bedding her "good morning" in his ple...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

M SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening except Sunday. W - KKLLOGU, President and Pub lisher. JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer. >V. D. k. GIBSON 1 « s »*Hi:CKRI.S JR. ■ DIRECTORS A-. I . >1 OH Hi SON S * envy ' xn ' c» p nlng. except Sat nl. r , ,< "* of s «*«rday editions 2 cents. i>eavere«l st the home or sent by mall. ZO cjnts a month. l'rioe List for Mail Subscriptions Payable in Advance 2 mroi,n SO * months , up * months ......*."....*.".".".".'.*.'.'.'.".". 1.50 l- months | 3.00 Special Saturday edition, 12 months 1.00 foreign subscription: Add 60c additional •or each month. Delivered by carrier. $3.60 per year. Address AH Communications te THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL. Entered at the Postoftlce at San Francisco, Cal.. a« second class matter. Telephone "Kearny BR"—Ask for The < all. The Operator Will Connect You With the Department You Wish. BVSINKSS OKKICE'AND EDITORIAL, ROOMS. Market and Third Streets. MAIN...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 25 December 1913

14 CHRISTMAS CHEER SPREAD THROUGH WIDE WORKINGS OF SMALL COPPER CENT 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. Today is Christmas! Many lie-arts will be made glad and Sited with the cheer of this great clay through the workings of the lit- Timusands of these little coppers j dropped into boxes and Christ pome childish heart glad with a bit | Therefore, why should the cent, which is made in Uncle Sam's big mints, be despised or cast aside as worthless? It is a potential factor j in our daily existence. This is shown I by the hundreds of letters that are received daily in the Call's big j perny contest. Thes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

' A Clean, Wholesome • Papery i p a ( California Homes. « W.I. AM) POST. VOL. 94. NO. U*. KAX rRANCrSOO CAUL, VOL 115. NO. 23. FLEEING CONVICTS RAID WOMAN'S HOME; STEAL GUNS FAMISHED OUTLAWS SECURE FOOD San Quentin Escapes Flee to HilFs With Arms: Posses Ready to Do Battle With Two Desperadoes Armed with two pistols and a rifle. Frank Melville and James Hurley, who escaped from San Quentin last Tuesday night, are hiding today in the hills near San Rafael ready to give battle to the posses of 100 men who are scouring the country. Made bold by desperation, the two men made a raid last night on the home of Mrs. Eva Koenig, in Irwin street, San Rafael, and robbed the Place of firearms and clothing. Then they beat a hasty retreat to the hills again, where they have been eluding the man hunters since Tues day night. , FAT Willi.F IN HOI «X Besides robbing the house the men left evidence that they were fam ished when they came there. They cooked eggs on an oil burner and helped themselves ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

2 55 FEDERALS KILLED BY BANDITS Run on Mexico City Banks Continues and Many Busi ness Houses Suspend By Associated Press. V ISMINGTON, l>ee. ::»!.—\A or«l reached the slate department to day that a large force «f revolu tionists on the National railway «>fl miles north of San Luis I'otosi destroyed a federal convoy train ou Thursday, killing M federals. Philip McLaughlin aud his moth er, for whom inquiry was made by the stale department, arc reported to he safe at Chihuahua. MEXICO CITY, Dec. 26. —Large forces of federals and rebels are fight ing a few miles from Saltillo, accord ing to advices received here today. It la believed to be the opening cam paign against Monterey, as the latter city is doomed to capture if Saltillo falls. The rumor Is circulated here daily that Carranza is dead, but rebel sym pathizers deny this. Details of the massacre of the gar rison of Juchipoia In Zacatecas, after the capture of the town by the rebels, have just been received. Three hundred of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

MAN BEATEN TO DEATH; ROBBED Fleeing in terror from the body of a murdered man upon which he had stumbled at 2:30 o'clock this morning. August P. Peters, 3434 Naples street, an employe of the National Ice com pany, ran into one of the two mur derers and was himself fired upon by the thug, who thought Peters was in pursuit of him. Peters, who encoun tered the body at Utah and Tenth ureets. escaped unharmed. The murdered man remains uniden tified, and the detectives who were working on the case have no clew to those who killed him, but are sure that there were two concerned in the crime, which is the most brutal and mysterious in recent police annals. The head of the murdered man had been beaten in with blocks of bitumen .stkl chunks of coal. His slayers were in the act of searching his clothes when frightened away by Peters. TOO ME\ IWOLVED Peters was walking along Division street, a thoroughfare for trains only, when, near the corner of Utah street, between Ninth and Tenth, he saw a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Walking on the Mountain Tops Across the Continent Would You Like That Sensation? Read a Good History of the Literature of a Great People The great thinkers and writers of a nation are the intellectual mountain tops. He who reads a book that reviews earnestly and capably the men that have expressed and created thought through centuries is like one walking on the mountain tops, stepping from peak to peak, and at each step seeing new wonders of the world spread out before him. A reader has asked us to name the best history of French literature. In complying we render a service to many readers who will buy the book or read it in the libraries. There is only ONE good history of French literature written in English. It is the work of Annie Lemp Konta, published by Appletons in New York city—and we advise you to get it and read it. To read a history of Frenc...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

IRON BAR THUG FELLS HOTEL KEEPER Sacramento Street Landlord's Skull Believed Broken by Robber A thug wielding two iron bars wrapped in a towel felled Juan Tet rault, proprietor of the Sacramento lodging house, 625 Sacramento street, early today. A turn of the neck aaved Tetrault's life, but he was un conscious three hours. It is believed his skull is fractured. Tetrault was in his room when some one knocked, asking for a lodg ing. When Tetrault opened the door the visitor thrust his foot over the sill and struck. The iron bar thug disappeared, but when Tetrault was found three hours later the weapon was by the victim's side. The amount of the loot is un known. a A $135 diamond ring, a Christmas present, was stolen from the room of Miss Genevieve Taforya. 212 Leaven- Worth street. Edward Stone, 623 Moultrie street, Tvas struck on the head by two men in lower Mission street. His watch and $85 were taken. He identified William Leonard as one of his assailants. After a chase of several ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

If Boosters Made More Noise Than Knockers the Game Would Be More Prosperous NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS SEALS WILL OPEN ON NEW LOT Cal Ewing Says He's Sure to: Have Splendid Plant in Readiness JOE MURPHY The grounds at Masonic avenue and Saint Rose avenue, which are being whipped Into a modern baseball park by a big force of laborers and me chanics, will be baptized by the Seals and Tigers next spring when the sea son of 1914 starts. J. Cal Ewing has come out with the positive announcement that the first game to be played on the new grounds will be the opening one of the season scheduled between San Francisco and Venice. "These teams will walk into a maiden field." said Ewing. "as the dedication will be made on the open ing day of the season, which I plan to make a big occasion. "The games scheduled in spring be twen the Seals and the Chicago White Sox will not be played on the new grounds. The park will be ready be fore the opening of the season, but 1 am going to keep the door...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

The Alibi Has Taken Its Place as a Serious Rival of the Knockout Punch of Old CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS Slattery's Spikes ON].V <ix days more remain before the heavy weight championship Of the world in the white hope class is to be settled in a 20 round c." at the Daly City arena. The sports throughout the length and breadth of the land are unanimous in the belief that Gun -1 '-v.? Smith '->:' Philadelphia and Arthur Pelkey of Canada are the best oi the pale faced giants. The two formidable blacks—Jack Johnson and Sam Lassjford—are thousands of miles away, on the other side of the Atlantic, ami nobody seems to be bothering their heads about them any more. IT is, therefore, a golden oppor tunity for Smith and Pelkey. There are DO black clouds In the pugilistic skies to bother them, and the men of their own w color who happen to issue chal * lenges will hardly be taken seri ously for the simple reason that none of them has been able to make anything like a respectable showing...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS Wedding in Military Circles Soon At a bridge party given in the early part of the week. Miss Marjorie Gardiner made public announcement of her betrothal to lieutenant W. C. Harrison. tS. S. A. The bride elect is the daughter of Thomas Gardiner of Oakland and niece of George Gardi ner, who married Miss Edith Finley ©f this city. Lieutenant Harrison is a eon of the late Colonel George S. E. Harrison, who was commandant at Fortress .Monroe in Virginia previous to his death five years ago. Lieutenant Ralph Chrystal Harrison, T" a A., whose marriage with Miss Call Phillips will be an event of next month, is a cousin of the bride groom. Lieutenant Harrison was graduated from West Point with high honors last year. He is now sta tioned with the coast artillery corps at Fort Worden, Seattle. The marriage of Lieutenant Karri eon and Miss Gardiner will be cele brated In June. * * * Stork Brings Son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carrigan are rejoicing in the adven...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

GREAT FEATURES WHICH WILL APPEAR IN THE CALL-POST TOMORROW You will READ THE CALL-POST NEXT SATURDAY. Why? ♦ MENT. Do you know how many eastern people are already saving | picture by NELL BRINKLEY and interesting articles and pictures. It will be the most READABLE paper you can find. SPECIAL FEA- ♦ up money to come to the EXPOSITION? You can find out Satur- ♦ In the SATURDAY HUMOR SECTION will be a New Year TURES of all sorts. ''INTERVIEWING AN EXPOSITION," by t day. HARRY MURPHY illustrates the interview with cartoons. f verse, "You Are Old, Father'l3," by A. L. Price; Anecdotes and LARRY HARRIS. He interviews the PUBLICITY DEPART- f There will be SPECIAL MAGAZINE features—a fascinating I Footlight Flashes. YOU MUST READ THE CALL-POST TOMORROW S A Clean, Wholesome Paper for California Homes CALL AND POST, TOU «H. NO. 164. PAN FRANCISCO CALL, VOL. IIS. NO. 23. LOVE CAUSES BOSTICK TO COLLAPSE Train Bandit Breaks Down in Jail When Questioned About Seewtheart TX)S ANGELES, Dec 26. —Joh...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 26 December 1913

Krazy Kat fDooTrtfrnt, 1813, International Kawa Scrrle*) The Higher the Fewer Tomorrow: Still Recovering Do You Know Thar— Fpward of 660 tons of soot fall an nually on each square mile of the rity of London; that is to say, during one year 76.060 tons fall on the 117 square miles which form the admin istrative county. In Chinese cities streets are never built straight, from superstitious fear that processions of evil spirits might otherwise enter and remain. Lions and tigers nre too weak in I ower to run more tUaa half a mile. The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys Waiting IN a rickety, gloomy old tenement in one of the poorest streets in the great city one of the many doors facing the long corridor opened. It was a dark, bitterly cold winter morning. An old man came out and slowly and laboriously walked down the many stairs. At the bottom he stood motionless for a few moments to recover his breath, then knocked at a door on which was a sign: "Frau Mierke's Laundry." The spla...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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