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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

What the Local Playhouses Will Offer for Entertainment Next Week MUSICAL, productions will continue to predominate at the local play houses during- the coming week. Practically the only change will be the arrival of "Little Women" to suc ceed (Jaby Deslys at the Cort theater. May Irwin, in her merry vehicle, "Widow by Proxy," will continue to 1 amuse patrons of the Columbia for another week. "The Girl at the Gate," with Irene Franklin, has been revamped and speeded up for an indeterminate run at the Gaiety. Having temporarily invaded the musical field, the Alcazar will con tinue to bid for favor with patrons of that brand of entertainment by hold ing over for another week "The Man ' Who Owns Broadway," while the Sa- j voy will do likewise with "Mutt and Jeff in Panama." The second edition of the annual j road show is due at the Orpheum. 1 Billy B. Can in "Props" being the only holdover. Unusually attractive bills will be rr- sented at the Empress and Pan tages. both houses announcin...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

A WHOLBSOM EI PAPER FOR CALIFORNIA HOM ES WORLD RECORD ESTABLISHED BY BUICK Figures Show an Average of 19.42 Miles Per Gallon of Gasoline World's records are becoming' so common to the Howard Automobile company, Pacific coast distributers of Bulck cars, that the announcement of a new world's record being won by a Bulck causes no unusual com motion at the local Buick headquar ters. The latest record breaking feat of this company is the establishing of a new world's record for economy in gasoline consumption of a six cylin der car. At 2:20 a. m, on December 19, in the face of a threatening storm, one of the new six cylinder Buick touring cars was checked out of Oakland with the gasoline tank filled and .sealed by a member of the local press, and just 8 hours and 10 minutes later this same car arrived in Fresno with the seals Intact. Upon their being broken by members of the Fresno press, it was found that exactly gallons of gasoline had been consumed, while the speedometer s.iowed 154...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL COMIC WEEKLY Those Kids Next Door Wish You All a Happy New Year SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913 nnuitjM, an, i»- pm powwrir* c«.. n<-» m w«m.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

The Newlyweds—They Start the New Year All Wrong

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

Hawkshaw the Detective Takes Good Care of the Bulbul Ruby

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 27 December 1913

§_ Stepbrothers—New Year Comes but Once a Year j| fj Tenderfoot Tim's Proposal Is Indefinitely Postponed

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

A Clean Wholesome • Raper Jbt * California Homes. CAtJ - *XD POST, VOC M, JSO. ISC v v s OAJJU TW. US. NO. ». YEGGMEN TUNNEL INTO BANK; SECURE $3,700 Flames Sweeping Montreal During Water Famine R. R. BOARD FIXES SEA RATE REGULATION OF BOATS UPHELD Supreme Court Confirms the Commission's Authority Between State Ports The state railroad commission won tdcfaty its te6t case in the supreme court on which hinged the right of thf- commission to regulate the rates Of steamship lines doing business be tween different ports' of this state. The big feature of the supreme court decision, which was rendered against the Wilmington Transporta company, is that the power of a i ommission covers vessels which leave the Jurisdiction of the state and go to high sea in passing from port •. The court held that this did lot constitute foreign commerce. OVKHTtHXS INJUNCTIONS This decision removes injunctions ~ eh steamship companies have had in iorce since 18S3 to prevent com missions from regulating the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

2 FACES COURT AS "FAGIN" OF CITY Pawn Broker, Accused ol Teaching Boy to Steal, Brands Story False i — Abraham Sales, a second hand dealer, accused by Ray Roberson of being a modern Kagln, appeared be fore Judge William P. l>awlor today for arraignment and the case was put over until tomorrow on a motion of the defendant's attorney. Old, with grizzled locks and mous tache. Ssles sat In the dock and lis tened iinperturbably to Judge Dawlor read a resume of his cose. He was I'onvicted on December 27 of receiving stolen goods. His eyea, which at times seem to half close In a squint, roamed from the judge's face to those of the people In the courtroom. Half bent over he fumbled with his hat idly and seemed to take little interest in the proceed ings. LIKE DICKENS' STORY The story told by Roberson reads a? If it were culled from Dickens. He said that be was arrested and accused of the theft of a banjo which he had sold to Sales. The police he declared sent for Sales who refused to ide...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

MANHUNT ON FOR DARING CONVICTS Escaped Prisoners Secure Arms and Cause Terror in Bay Cities The two c«nvicts. James Hurley and {•'rank Melville, who escaped from San Quentln last Tuesday, are at '*rge In the cities on the east shore «f the bay, armed, and bent on crime an<j robbery. The men have sepa rated. Hurley working north, while Melville has gone to Berkeley and Oakland. One robbery in Richmond Saturday night was traced to Hurley. Two holdups In Berkeley since then have been traced to Melville. Wtecuve Chaftea Walker of the Richmond police today found a suit of convict's clothing in a basement. The suit has been identified as that which Hurley wore. TRACED BY HOLDIPS Melville has been twice identified through his holdups In Berkeley since Saturday. E. J. Hoffman, a deputy fi»fa warden, held up and robbed of •15 at Mabel and Burnett streets last night, this morning recognised the photograph of Melville as that of the footpad. The revolver which Ben Citaro of West Berkeley to...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer The Personality of San Francisco Splendid Tribute Paid to Our City as Only City Besides London That Is Imperial San Francisco has been selected among all other cities of the world as the only city next to London that may be styled "Im perial." That classification is made by an Englishman, Stanley Portal Hyatt, in a column printed in the London Chronicle of November 13 last, under the heading: '"The Personality of London, the Heart of the World." Cosmopolitan San Francisco may not admit unanimously that London is the heart of the world; the Frenchman will nominate Paris, the German Berlin, the Italian Rome. But no Englishman would place any city twt London in the front, and that point of view established, the San Franciscan may feel a throb of pride that of all the cities that front on the seven seas or the Great lakes, San Francisco is chosen as the city of distinction or personalit...

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. — 29 December 1913

LETTERS TO CALL BOOM PENNIES California Is Glad to Use Small Cent Pieces, De clare Writers They say "you can't keep a good man down." which might be changed a bit to read "you can't keep a good coin down," and this would surely ap ply to the penny. Since The Call started its big penny rontest to fee! the pulse of the people regarding the heretofore despised lit tle copper cent, letters have literally come pouring in steady stream Into The Call office. These letters have been gratifying In many ways. First, they prove that the introduction of a penny news paper was what the people of this city wanted; and, further, they prove that all the penny needed was a little boosting and friendship and it would be welcomed gladly everywhere. "Never venture, never gain" Is a saying that might be applied to this contest. If you haven't written your letter yet, do so now—the venture may net YOU some gain. Write your letter In not more than 250 words, write It as plainly as possible and on one side...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

It Pays to Be on the Level Even if It Does Sometimes Put a Crimp in the Roll CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS OUTLAWS IN FIELD TO STICK Mew League Likely to Tempt Many Pacific Coast League Players JOE MURPHY It will not be long before the man agers of the Pacific Coast league are Brnrring out contracts to the players they expect to carry next year. Usually there has been a raft of hold outs, and this same trouble is likely t" be experienced this year, as the Federal league is already offering in ducements to the Pacific Coast league players, which wfll likely cause these tossers to raise the price for their It is only human nature to get as much as you can from your boss, and this rule-goes in baseball as well as in other lines. It is known that one member of the Seals has been ap proached, and there is no doubt that others have been tempted, by the moguls of the outlaw organization. The player is Chappie Charles, who has been tempted by the bait of the Federal league moguls. They only ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

If Home Runs Were as Common as Singles, Batsmen Would Not Respect Pitchers NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS PELKEY'S WORK MAKES THE FIGHT FANS SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE WILLIAM J. SLATTERY The Pelkey boom has started. The town is full of talk about the big v bite h'ii>o lrom Canada. He came here two weeks ago, a stranger, and "■i!y a handtull of the tight followers were willing to give him a look in •or Ins coning JO round -meeting with Gunboat Smith. Today they are tooting him as a second Jeffries when Jeffries w>s a regular fighter and not tlie wreck that disgraced the Reno ring three years and a half ago. This newest giant of the ring looks every inch the fighter which n mmy Burns claims he is. Thousands of them are taking this for granted, even though they never have seen him in action. They are g Boras' word for it. The whole world knows that the former heavy weight champion is a man of brains and judgment, and the very f-ict that he has undertaken to send I'clkey along- to A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

8 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS AFTER THE THEATER DANSANT Exclusive Club Opens in the St. Francis Tonight Patronesses Are Named for Small Society Organi zation The long expected "dansants apres le theatre" will open tonight in the old rose dining room of the St- Fran cis under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crane, and from now until the first of Lent will be main tained each Monday night. The mem bership of the new club will not be large and will be the most exclusive la the city. The patronesses are Mrs. Frederick Kohl. Mrs. Charles Templeton Crock er, Mrs. Ohristien de Ouigne, Mrs. Frederick MeXear. Mrs. Walter Mar tin and Mrs. William Tubba, Some of the members are; Mr. and Mrs. William :Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mr md Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Robert T S< ott V. Hayne Jr. Mr Mrs. Harry !Mr md Mra. Carl Mendel! i Wolff Mr and Mrs. Freder-iMr. and Mr*. Acsrustus i<-k Sharon I Taylor Mr. and Mrs. William! Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. William' Mr. "and Mrs. George M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

A Clean, Wholesome Paper for . California Homes CALL AM) POST, YOU 94, NO. 156. SAN FRANCISCO CAI-U YOU 115. NO. 20. RECKLESS DRIVERS FACING PRISON Police Judges Unit for Declar ing for Law's Limit for Fiends Who Kill and Maim Backed by Mayor Rolph, the board of supervisors and all the officials of 'he city and county of San Francisco, the police judges went to their benches this morning determined to stop the maiming of pedestrians by reckless automobile drivers by in flicting severe penalties on any per sons who nxay be convicted of speed ing. # The police judges agreed not to let any rirs. offender off with a mere fine without a bearing; and made it plain that their course toward auto drivers in the future will not be marked with the leniency of the past. WILL CHARGE FELONIES The judges let it be understood that any person accused of hitting a pedestrian and then driving away without offering aid will be prose cuted to the fullest extent of the law and will find himself immediate...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

Krazy Kat Copyright, 1913, International Km Service. No Friend for a Quaker Tomorrow: Sweet Ignatz Fitting the Crime At breakfast restless little Tommy began to play with the cruet stand. His father told him not to do so. Tommy persisted, and at last upset it and spilled the pepper on the table cloth. "Now, Tommy," said his father, "you were disobedient and upset the pepper raster, and 1 really ought to make the punishment fit the crime by putting some of the pepper on your tongue." Tommy looked up in a flash and said: "Should I be punished the same way, dad, if I upset ths sugar bowl?" The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys Waiting IN a rlckoty, gloomy old tenement j in one of the poorest streets in tlie I great city one of the many doors' facing the long corridor opened. It I was a dark, bitterly cold winter j morning. An old man came out and I slowly and laboriously walked down i the many stairs. At the bottom he] stood motionless for a few moments ! to recover his breath,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

Beauty In one picture Miss Clarke is shown fondling two of her pets, of which she is passion ately fond. Miss Clarke is a great lover of ani mals and out door life. The other "▼photograph is her favorite pic ture and aptly illustrates the lessons that she has pointed out in her accom panying inter view. MAUDE MILLER FROM the most diminutive little lady on the stage. Miss Marguerite Clarke, who Is playing in the charm ing musical vignette called "Prunella." comes a mes sage to each and every girl who is small —a few words and suggestions as to just how to bring out the best points to subdue those that are not desirable. "As to beauty." said Miss Marguerite, peering crit ically at herself in the mirror and pulling one bronze curl a little lower over a tiny ear. "I never could say You Can Begin This Great Story Today by Reading This First J Aline Graham, the beautiful daugh ter of U. S. District Attorney Gor don Graham, . is beloved by Captain Lawrence Holbrook. a soldier of for tune, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

12 i Ifc SAN fRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening- except Sunday. P. W. KELLOGG, President and Pub lisher. aOHN n. PPRECKELS, A lee President and Treasurer. >V. D. K. «HOR ) J. D. B~PKJffCKKLi JR. [- DIRECTORS A. V. MORRISON ) One cent a copy every evening, except Sat •rdav. Price of Saturday editions 2 cents. Delivered at the home or sent by mall, ?0 cents s month. Price List for Mail Subscriptions Paysble in Advance I month ! 30 B months SO « months 1-80 12 months ....3.00 Special Saturday edition, 12 months 100 Foreign subscriptions: Add 60c additional Cor each month. Delivered by carrier. $3.60 per year. Addreas All Communications) ta THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL Entered at the Postofflce at San Francisco. Cel., as secoud class matter. •Telephone "Kearny 86"—Aak for The Call. The Operator YVIII Connect Yon With the Department You Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS. Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH. 16a7 Fillmore street near...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

FTN^VNCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL ONE RESERVE BANK ON COAST; FOR S. F. "Official Prediction" Gives This Cty One of the Ten Regionals to the Wall Street Jour n! *- whose sources of Information are • :s /R-lly authoritative in such cases - , !t , is "officially predicted" that under <he new currency law only 10 federal , 'reserve banks will be named at the beginning and of these only one will he located on the Pacific coast, and that inVsan Francisco. This will, for t:ie time being, dispose of the claims of Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle, hait when the number is increased •either Portland or Seattle may be - awarded a regional bank. The list "officially predicted" ia as follows: New- York. Boston, Chicago, fct. Louis. Atlanta. New Orleans. Ban Francisco. Minneapolis, Cincinnati t and Baltimore. Among cities that may be considered later are Phila delphia and Denver. It is stated that though none of the New York national bank* has notified W Hshington of I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 29 December 1913

A WHOLESOM El PAPER FOR CALIFORNIA HOME.S MRS. VAUGHN IS DIXIE COOK HOUSEWIVES TO SEE EXPERT Domestic Science Lecture to Be Treat for San Fran cisco Folk CAROLINE KELLOGG Kate B. Vaughn, eminent domestic scientist of the south, who is to af ford ail San Francisco housewives the opportunity of meeting her and hear ing her course of lectures on domes tic science and efficient housekeeping, is a woman of rare charm and ability. She is a fine southern cook and an ex perienced teacher of cooking. She has made many valuable contributions to the art of cookery, both through her lectures and her writing. She is a student and teacher and lecturer of domestic science second to none. Her personal magneUsm and wonderful ability to handle the subject of food, and to cook it proper ly, draw large crowds wherever she gives her lecture demonstrations. Mra Vaughn prefers to exploit her talents in another direction than the lecture platform. Those who know her beet, without in any degree mini mizing ...

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