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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

A Clean Vhojesome • Paper jfar . CaMornia Hemes. ' — ' .'M. A\r> r'osr. you a*, no. ir>T. SAN FRANCISCO CAM.. YOU 11$. NO. 2«. WOMEN AND JURIST IN BATTLE OVER TANGO 7 Saved From Fire in Heroic Rescues; Mother Burned GOES TO CRADLES THROUGH FLUE Patrolman O'Connell Proves Hero: Rescues Family From Flames in Oakland In rescuing two children from suf focation in a fire at 1631 Clay street today two men and the babies' mother were painfully burned. Destroying rich rugs and furnishings, the fire did several thousand dollars' damage. Mrs. H. W. Ainsworth. her father, Aaron Hornigsberger, a well to do business man, and her brother. Dan iel Ho.nlgsberger, were the*victims,. The explosion of a coal oil stove started the fire. Mattering blazing fuel on hangings and rugs. • ** The children were asleep. Heavy smoke and poisonous fumes quickly filled the house. The mother led the way to the children's crib and picked up one, her father tailing another. Daniel Hornigsberger aided them and t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

2 WHAT DUNNE SAID AND WHAT WOMEN REPLIED Judge frank It Dunne Said: Mrs. Louis Hertz: "That is a joke. Ask judge Dunne if he was really serious. He -dances the tango himself, I know, and as for silt skirts. I do not think they bother him very much. He simply "passing the buck." as the slang phrase goes. If thase women had turned around and asked him If he really meant it. he wouldn't have said he did." SLIT SKIRT BATTLE IS LAUNCHED Judge Dunne's Advice to Women Causes Heated Division of Sentiment •top thfaa tango dancing: and «co up the ran skirt* f" Judge Dunar • iemanded in turn. Then things happened. Involved in tlie dispute were Judge Dunne, District Attorney Charles M. Fickert; Mrs. Alice • Best,, president of the woman's committee of Jus lice; Miss Selina Solomons, secretary of the woman's committee of justice; Mrs. Kate Sullivan, president of the Oceanside "Woman's club; Mrs. Kate Cappler and Mrs. Meyer Blum. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED Here are a few things that occurred. 1— The co...

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. — 30 December 1913

NO HOODLUM TRICKS FOR NEW YEAR Entire Police Force Instructed for Duty Tomorrow Night; Be Nice, Says Chief Virtually the entire police force of Pan Francisco Trill be on duty tomor row night. In orders Issued this morn lnf Chief of Police White says that the people are to be given every op portunity to enjoy themselves in all legitimate ways, and the police are to prevent rowdyism, roughness and hoodlumlsni. No officer will be excused from duty December 31 or January 1. All officers on special duty, except those In the detective bureau, the Chinatown squad and at the city prison, are'or dered to be on patrol duty from 7:30 p. m. December 31 to 1:30 a. m. Janu ary l. DANCING IN GRANT AVENUE Dancing will be permitted 1n Grant avenue between Market and Post streets, and no vehicles will be al 1' wed in that space. Automobiles to the ferry must go down Mission street. No automobiles will be allowed to stan** In Market street between 8 p. m. and 1:30 a. m. Officers are instructed to arre...

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. — 30 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Do You Find the Abnormal Rains Inconvenient? The Farmer Does Not Mind Them in the Least—But Why ; l Should He? ! This is to be a "wet winter." City dwellers may not welcome that prediction, which has been verified already by the gauge. Rain means walking a few blocks from the home to the street car in the wet, a few steps from the car to the office building in the wet? rain means going to the theater in the wet; rain means going to church—occasionally—in the wet. Rain means a few creature discomforts for the city dweller, who lives on a paved street, who has an inclosed streetcar to take him downtown, who works in a steam heated office and who lives in a dry house. We have had three dry winters in succession and city folks have become rather used to the convenience of it. But rain is more convenient. California must have rain to raise crops. There is little indus try which can be ca...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

MOTHER AID FOR HUGHES FUTILE Letters Found Since Killing Reveal Pathetic Efforts of Spokane Parent With the revelation that Edward Hughes, who escaped from the county 3*ll and was killed near Auburn Sat urday by Deputy Sheriff Frederick Classen, was the «x>n of a weslthy Bpokane family, there today came the pathetic atory of his mother's efforts to aid her erring son. Hughes, who had escaped Christmas *ye and made his way to Auburn to visit his sweetheart. Miss Valeric War field, had pleaded guilty to stealing an automobile. Through the efforts of his mother, who lives in Spokane, to keep her son from going to prison, his freedom probation'had been virtually assured. MOTHER ACTIVE WK AID Mrs. Hughes had engaged Attorney John Hogan, 86 Post street, by tele graph, to represent her son, and, fol lowing her solicitation, several lead ing attorneys, the president of the Jesuit college in Spokane, and several citizen* of that city had sent strong recommendations of young Hughes to the ...

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. — 30 December 1913

The Punch Is Worth a Fortune Provided It Is Delivered in a Packed House! CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS STARS MAY JOIN THE FEDERALS Each Outlaw Magnate Is Pledged to Get Five Major League Tossers CHICAGO. Dec. 30.—Every club In the Federal league must secure five major league ball players for the 1914 season or forfeit $25,0*0. Every club in the Federal league must spend at least $40,000 for players or forfeit $25,000. This statement was made today by Charles Weeghman, president of the Chicago club of the third league. Mr. "Weeghman added that he made the conditions contingent upon his be coming a club owner, and that certi fied checks for the amount were in the hands of the. league officials. "The club in our league that goes to the post with less than five men of American or National league experi ence forfeits $26,000, said Mr. AVeeghman. "On top of that, if there is a club in our organization that ban not spent at least $40,000 for players it also must relinquish Us right to a che...

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. — 30 December 1913

The Ball Manager Is Never Popular At Home Till Some Other Team Signs Him Up NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS WOLVERTON WORKING QUIETLY Boss of Wolves Saying Little, But He Is Putting Through His Plans JOE MURPHY Harry Wolverton. manager of the |'acramento ball club, is doing but little talking, but his club can be < ounted upon as a contender in the Paciflc Coast league race of 1914. The peppery boss of the Wolves is going about his job in a businesslike man ner getting ball players for his team. He is not boasting much of what he expects to do next season, but he has assured ,the fans of the capital city that his club will be in the race. There are likely to be a few impor tant changes in the lineup of the Wolves next season. The changes will be made In the infield of the club, tl is extremely doubtful if "Pep" Toung will be back with the Wolves next season. He is pnxlous to remain in the east and Wolverton is apt to allow htm to stay there if he can make a suitable trade for the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

8 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS MISS RUNYON WILL BE BRIDE TONIGHT Mill Valley Belle Is Won by A. IV. Elliott, U. C. Football Star Both Are Graduates of Berke ley University; Leaders at School At a pretty ceremony at the home of her parents in Mill Valley Miss Helen Ivunyon will become the bride of Amos William Elliott at 6:30 o'clock tonight. Rev. H. H. Howltt will read the service In the presence of a small company of relatives and friends. Green and white, the decoratjve scheme, of coloring, will be carried out with white chrysanthemums, tit. Joseph lilies and fernery. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, Charies Wf. Runyon, 'Vrill be gowned in ivory sa;:n elaborated with edd family lace. Her tulle veil will be fastened with orange blossoms and she will carry a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley. Miss Jennie Watts, whe will attend her cousin as maid of honor, will be gowned in green, and the brides maids. Miss Muriel Burnham ajnd Miss Pauline Pier...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

! A Clean, f Wholesome Paper for California Homes CALL, AND POST, YOU 94. NO. 157. SAN FRAM'Isro CAIJ-. VOL 115, NO. 26. 'RAIN PADRE' FORECASTS, PROVES UP Plenty of Moisture Due Next Month, Says Savant; Ex plains System By FATHER J. RICARD, S. J. OBSERVATORY OK UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA, Dec. 30. —The dates for storm periods are as fol lows : January --«. !>-12. 15-19, 22-20, 28. February 1. 4-7. Tie intermediate dates for new ■tortus are January 4. 10, 17. 24. 30. The first figures of stormy periods Indicate approximately dates of en trance of new disturbances and the second figures entrance of the cool wave. Attention is called to the following facts: 1— The storms of the Pacific coast come to us from the ocean and, broadly speaking, land over the northwest, or centrally, or over the vailey of the Colorado. 2— Storms drift from the Pacific to the Atlantic, the chief routes being somewhat like the Canadian the Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific to New Orleans, or the Santa 3...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

Krazy Kat Copy-!**t, 1913, International News Service. The Expiring Goldfish iomorrow: Krazy's a Wise Guy En Line for Promotion .Johnny Jones, the office boy, had b»en detected In a lie. It was not one ef the ordinary prevarications of the everyday world, and, moreover, to make the crime more grievous, he bed persisted in adhering to his orig inal mendacious statement. "Do you know, my lad." asked a fatherly clerk, in a kindly fashion, "what becomes of young lads' who trifle with the truth?" "Aye," waa the assured reply, "bosses send them out as travelers When grow up." The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys Their Married Life Warren's Brother Announces His Engagement and Helen Calls on His Fiancee By MABEL HERBERT URNER //TvO I have to call today? Oh. 11l DO dread it so:" "Got to go some time," shrugged Warren. "Might as well have it over." "Tell me what he said about her," pleaded Helen. "He must have told you more than that." "Oh. he reeled off a lot of stuff — the sort of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

The Call's Magazine and Fiction Pages Advice to the Lovelorn BEATRICE FAIRFAX YOU MUST REFUSE DEAR MISS FAIRFAX: I am a young man 20 years old. and am in love with a girl of 25. My parents object, but I love her. and she wants me to elope her, and I write to you for advice, as I am anxious to get married. LE ROT. She is too old for you, and you are too young to marry were she of the right age. It Is pretty safe to question the motives of a woman of 25 who urges a boy of-20 to elope with her. THAT YOU MUST JUDGE DEAR MISS FAIRFAX: I am 18 and deeply In love with a salesman elgnt years my senior. I have gone out with him and have been meeting him In a business way, as he calls at the shop where I am employed. What I would like to know is whether he loves me as he claims he does, or whether it is a little of his salesmanship manners. DOUBTFUL. Love is the easiest thing on earth to counterfeit, so I can not say if he loves you or not- That you must let time decide for you. and if you do...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

12 Tltt: SAN fRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every evening except Sunday. F. W. KELLOGG, President and Pub- I taker. JOHN D. SPBECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer. V»\ D. K. GIBSON 1 J D. SPRECKELS JR. -DIRECTORS A. K. MORRISON" I One cent a copy every evening, except Sst arts v. Price of Saturday edltiona 2 centa Delivered at the home or aent by mail. ?© cents s month. Price List for Mall Subscription* Payable in Advance 1 month 22 C months 80 6 months *" '1"S 12 months 800 •peclsl Ssturdsv edition, 12 months 1.0« Foreign subscriptions: Add 60c additional tor escb month. Delivered by carrier. $3.60 per year. A idress AH Communication* to THE SAX FRAKCI9CO CALL. Catered at tbe Postofflce at San Francisco. Cal., as second class matter. Telephone "Kearny M"—Ask for The Call. The Operator Will l oaaert \'vm With the Department You Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS. Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1607 Fillmore street near Post. OAK...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

' KINAKCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL CROPS FOR 1913 EXCEED RECORDS G "oss Commodity Production Reaches Almost Ten Bil lions in Value ~.,n , A S!HIN' G TON' Dec - 30.—A1l past cords in «f ops have been exceeded > 1913, according to the annual crop report from the department of agri- T , he 8" r08s commodity pro set of American farms is 35 .0 Vno'cH 50 ' 000 0 00 This »» nearly thi« Us,ilf 11 year. Of Bum ' Products of the soil tma to •'6.100.000,000, while the amf,L, srm5 rm va l»es of livestock Ti I ? t * d lo *3.850.000.000. in i. j" ng '"''ops allowed to remain denar^ 3 and , for consumption, the oepartment places the cash sales of V $2,929,000,000 and the cash sa.es of livestock at $2,219,000,000. It rHv*! i mated that thi » Production was rmiaed among approximately 6,600. --™° f arma. This makes the cash in come per farm figure $900. according »o department experts, who have em ployed 144.&64 farmers In all parts of tlie country in tabulating these ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 30 December 1913

a wholeisome: paper for california homes CALL'S PENNY LETTERS SHOW SMALLEST COIN IS HERE TO REMAIN CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Write a Utter of 250 words, giving yonr views on the advantage* of the penny. Use only one side of the paper. Awards will be made as follows: For the beat letter $50 in pennies For the second best letter...... $20 in pennies For the third best letter ... .sls in pennies For the toxnth best letter $10 in pennies For tbe fifth best letter $5 in pennies Address yonr contribution te Penny Contest Editor, The Call. It's gratifying; to see the manner in which readers of The Call have re sponded to the big penny contest. Hardly a mail but what the letters come piling in from contestants eager for the prises The Call is offering for the best letter of 260 words telling the advantages to be derived from a general circulation of pennies. That the time when the penny no longer will he despised is approaching rapidly is evidenced from these .letters written by persons in all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

A Clean f ftiper/br j CaßbForaia Homes. CALL AND POST, VOL. 94. NO. 158. SAN FRANCISCO CAM* VOL. 115. NO. 27. STATEWIDE STORM CLAIMS 2 LIVES Vaccination Law Is Upheld REBELS DEFEAT HUERTA'S ARMYi MUST USE SERUM AT U. DF G. Appeal Court Bars University to Students Unless They Submit to Inoculation The court of appeals filed a decision today sustaining the rule of the re gents o fthe University of California rompelllng the vaccination of all stu dents who -enter the university. In upholding the regents, the high 'ourt upset a provision of the medical sractiee act of 1913. which was passed hiough the work of opponents of the nea*ure. providing that children whose parents were "conscientiously opposed to- the practice of vacclnat on" might enter school without sub mitting their arms to the scalpel and aecine. - The decision says "the object arid effect of an exemption in such a case j' would be to defeat the intent of the law itself by an exception not found ed upon considerations of he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

2 DRENCHING RAINS MEAN PROSPERITY-DOWNPOUR SOAKS THE ENTIRE STATE Cewtinued From Page 1 named Trodden. There was no trace of thorn. In Napa the fire department and scores of otb*rs set te work as rescuers. There was eight feet of waif " in Spanishtowvn. The Southern Pacific tracks were out from tiie Napa dryer to First street!. R AILROAB S THRO I ¥ The Calistoga branch of the South ern Pacific was tied *ip, as was the Napa Valley Klectric line. Napa Junc tion wias Hooded. Calistoga, with nine inches of rain in 21 hour*, was in bad shape. On tltr Northwestern Pacific trains between .Santa Rosa and. llealdsburg urere held UP by a washout. The elec tric car service from Santa Rosa to gebastopol was demoralised. In Santa Rosa, piling under the electric linens bridge was washec" away. The E and Main streets ttridges were saved with difficulty. Front Santa Jtosa to Petaluma the country was ujnder water. The Russian river was at its high- K\ST PET A*, I" MA FIXM»DED East Petaluraa was repo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

ADVENTURER RETURNS IN PIECES Leaves Portions of His Body in Different Parts of the World and Comes Back Broke Unluckiest Man Alive He Partly Came Back Here is what fate dealt to James Ellison: Took the ele;tat of hie right eye la a street light In Hong kong. Took his leg through the agency of a shirk In Pa peete. Mangled his hand through an animal In the jungles of South America. Gave him an Incurable Jungle fever. "Broke" him nfter he had found wealth. This is the story of James Henry Elßson. adventurer and victim of fate. He told it in the lobby of tiie Palace hotel this morning while waiting for a train to take him to the little home and the father and mother he left in the cotton belt of Alabama eight years ago. Barely 28 years old, Elli son looks to be 50, hair sprinkled with white and face lined with suffer ing. He came in on the Chiyo Maru yesterday afternoon, and he be grudged the hours that kept him from his train and home. Not a word of complaint did Ellison utter, and he ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Decidedly "Happy New Year" for San Francisco The Government Will Recognize Us, the Canal Will Benefit Us, and the Rain Will Prosper Us Tonight, when San Francisco shouts its adieus to the old year 1913, it will be waving farewell to a year which kept the state going in good form; when it greets little 1914 it will welcome a year which, as it is to carry on 1913's legacies, promises big. 1914 will establish officially and formally the financial emi nence of San Francisco, with the establishment here of a regional bank. Since the new currency law was passed earlier in the month, providing for ten regional banks in financial centers of the country, there has been no doubt but that San Francisco would have the one instituted on the Pacific coast. Other cities have been clamor ing for the bank; Seattle is to make a hard fight and may secure a bank if two are placed on the western seaboar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

CALL'S PENNY LETTER CONTEST CLOSES SOON; HURRY YOURS ALONG Contest Soon To Close THE CALL-POSTS penny letter contest, which has brought forth hundreds of bright letters on the value of a copper cent, will close on Saturday. The judges will be announced later and the awards 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 Penny letters to The Call continue to arrive with every malL They come from every portion of the state, of the United States and even from across the seas. What about you? Have you writ ten that letter yet? Better not wait too long. Get in now and write The Call what you think are the advant ages of the circultion of the penny. Don't use more than 250 words and don't write on more than one side of the paper. Also make your writing s-s plain as possible. Well we re waiting to hear from you tardy ones. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913

The Outlaws May Not Be Dangerous but They Make the Other Fellows Worry! CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS GOOD RACE EXPECTED IN 1914 Portland Figures to Be I Weaker, While Other Clubs Will Be Stronger t — JOE MURPHY "When the season of 1913 closed the fans were almost a unit In declaring that Portland woald come back in 1914 and repeat beyond the question of a doubt. These conclusions were based on baseball dope, and there was little chance for argument. The E'eav ers had captured the pennant without being put to a serious test, and it was generally admitted that McCre die's 1913 baseball combination was one of the strongest that ever played in the Coast league. However, the chances of McCredie's club winning next season are not as bright as they were several months ago. There are many reasons why the Portland team does not look as for midable now as it did at the end of the season. The northern club will hardly get the same pitching as It did in 1913. The loss of Big Bill James is sure ...

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