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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
The Man Who Is on the Level Does Not Have to Impress this Fact on Other People NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS FIGHT FANS ON EDGE FOR BATTLE BETWEEN RIVAL WHITE HOPES WILLIAM J. SLATTERY The fight tans are praying for a bright day and sunny skies tomorrow afternoon, so that they may comfortably watch Arthur Pelkey and Gun boat Smith wallop each other in the 20 round heavy weight bout that is causing a stir all over the world. It all depends upon the weather now and :t remains to be seen whether or not Promoter Jim Coffroth gan overcome the one bloomer he ever tossed—that of last December 10. All indications point to a hurricane mixup between the big fellows, provided that the elements do not interfere. They look lit for a battle worth a page in the Queensbeny book, and if they fail to provide the necessary excitement, thousands will wear a sorrowful look. iuc uig icuows will Qo tueir lasts work today and it will be only oi light variety of just enough to keep pfe their muscles well ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
8 jl jjg- -TT-—;,■ : - = -■ , ■ ■ . = v -■; ~ ■■ ' -=--== j j ===== ====^^.I=============^ la 11 < The 1914 New Year's Announcement of 77ie Leading Musical Establishment of the Pacific Coast fflj jplj: A S we enter upon the 64th year of our business career in San Francisco, we take great pride in the fact that the house I~\ of Kohler & Chase is stronger, larger in scope and better able to serve the people of the Pacific Coasl than ever before. It gives us keen pleasure to thank each and every one of our thousands of customers and friends for their loyalty to us which has made the year 1913 the moft satisfactory in our history. Our success refts unquestionably on the satisfaction of our customers and the true, unswerving support of our friends, and we pledge ourselves to go forth into the new year with the firm determination to live up to the highest commercial ideals— in large matters and in small. * Jl Never before have we offered the public so wide a choice of standard make...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
ONE CENng SAN' FRAXCISCO CALL. VOL. 115. NO. 21. TANGO BAD? SLIT SKIRT WORSE? WHAT! fudge Dunne s Caustic Advice Brings Fair Sex to Arms for Privileges TWO SAVED FROM BAY WATERS Rescuers Reach Storm Vic tims Just in Time to Pre vent Drowning The storm racked waters of the bay were today twice balked of their ivrey just as their victims were on the point of sinking into them to death. C Hertgel. a sailor on the Brltisli steamer Buenaventura, and H. Brown of Oakland are alive, but for hours they were face to face with death tn the water, though they were miles apart at the time. For 12 hours Brown clung to the bottom of an overturned duck boat oft* Point Orient. For four hours Hertgel clung to the slippery piles of the Lombard street wharf. Each was rescued just In time. Each was- completely exhausted whe n willing hands reached down to draw him from the chilly waters of the bay. but both are now recovered from their experiences. Brown's boat was capsized in San Pablo bay by the gale ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
Krazy Kat ropTrlgnt. MM*. lnt*r"3tion«t N*«-» Serrie*. As Gc od as a D ctionary Tomorrow: Resolution Day At the Finish A witness in a particular case had been examined by the lawyer of the plaintiff and was turned over to the lawyer for the defense for cross ex amination. •'Now, then. Mr. Smith," began the legal one, "what did I understand you to say that your occupation is?" "I am a piano finisher,-** answered tiie witness. "Yes, I see," persisted the lawyer; "but you must be more definite. Do you polish them or do you move them?" The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys A Debt of Honor DEAR COMRADE: Tnrough the bearer of this let ter I send you the amount I lost to you in poker last night and which I gave my word of honor to pay to day. * I thus keep my word of honor, but before you take the money I have something to ask you. I was Just about to put the money into an envelope to send It to you when the bearer, Herr Pollmann, en tered. I was so surprised to see him that I drop...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
?" Every Man Hates the Thought That His Wife's Patience Is the Outgrowth of Getting Along With Him *J> THEIR MARRIED LIFE Their New Year Eve Celebration Turns Out to Be Expensive MABEL HERBERT URNER SUUIU comfort this,'* yawned Warren, settling himself by the library table. "Beats scouting ■■round with any New Years eve crowd all hollow." "It does, doesn't It?" Helen drew nearer her work basket. "Dear, our evenings at home are always the best. Think of how much money we ■pent last year—and what did we get ©ut of It?" "Rotten headache the next day." "It does seem so foolish," with an ■dr of superiority, "for people to crowd in noisy, stuffy restaurants and spend a lot of money Just because It's New Year's eve. You'd think—" "Now, who In the devil's that?" "Til answer It," putting down her embroidery and going over to the phone. "Yes? • • • Oh —Hello. Not a thing—we've decided to have a quleet evening at home. • • • Oh. you're downstairs? Oh, no! I—l—wait—you speak to War ren." "It...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
12 IKt: SAN fRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by Ttaa Call Publishing Company every evening except Sunday. F. W. KELLOGG, Prealdent and Pub lisher. JOHN T>. SI'BEfKELS, Vice President aad Treasurer. XV. D. K. GIBSON I J. D. SPRFOKF.LS JR. -DIRECTORS A. F. MORRISON 1 One cent a copy every evening, except Sat arrisv Price of Saturday editions 2 cents. Delivered at the borne or sent by mall. 30 cents a month. Prlce Lisjt for Mail Subarrlptlona Payable In Adraaoe I month C months «■ 6 months J« 12 months so » Special Saturday edition, 12 months I.OQ Foreign subscriptions: Add 60c addltloaal Cor each month. Delivered by carrier. $3 60 per year. Addreaa All Communication* ta THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. Cntcred at the Postofflce at San Franclaca Cel.. as second clsse matter. Telephone "Kearny fW"—-*»k tor The Call. The Operator V\ 111 t onnect Yon With the Department You Wish. BTJSmSSS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL. ROOMS. Market and Third Streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1657 Fillmore street near Post. O...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
fFINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY FOR THE CALL BANK CLEARINGS REACH BIG TOTAL y ear 1013 the Figures ft ! $2,624,428,824 for San R: ancisco Banks Por the Year 1913 the grand total ot hank clrajingg at the San Francisco ■ lajswlac house compared with the s'rariil ijotal for 1912 was: Year RVtf $2,677,561,952.27 lear lal'J 2.024.42V524.74 Be erase $33,132,127.63 T jrs figures given are tlie official '•t x ea for tho banking year ending at n today. While there appears V be a decrtase of more than $53, --■mo.ooo under last year, it must be re inemhr / that the secretary of the treasury instituted a change, which became effective February Last, where by many items thatp rior thereto passed through the local clearing naiise now go direct to Washington. Manager Sleeper of the San Fran cisco clearing house estimates that shout $20,000,000 of the apparent de crease can be accounted for in that way. Hven under these circumstances the 1913 clearings are in excess of the IJ4II figures, which...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 31 December 1913
A WHOLESOM El PAPER FOR CALIFORNIA HOMES SOCIETY TO GREET 1914 TONIGHT Dances and Suppers Welcome New Year Ball at Fort Winfield Scott Is Among Many of Affairs Planned Officers and ladles at Fort Winfleld P nit wit] see the new year in at a brilliant bail tonight, attended by residents of Fort Mason and tlie Pre eldio as well as the city. Some of those who will enjoy the affair are: Captain and Mrs. Er-;Captain and Mra. nest Bingham Charles Lull Lieutenant and Mrs. L"* I .^^"- Robert Bodine ; W Ullam H. Monroe _ Lieutenant and Mrs. Captain and Mrs.; Maxwell Murrar Louis Chappelear ; Captain and Mrs. Colonel and Mrs. Will tarn Tobln Richmond Pearson Captain and Mrs. Davis | Lewis Turtle Colonel .nd Mrs.: C *r" al ° ». n i Thomas Rees i "We* Wertenbaker 1 nomas Kees ! Lieutenant and Mrs. Lieutenant and Mra. b. 11. L. Williams Halsey Dunwoody j Miss Call Phillips Captain and Mrs.! Miss Sadie Murray John T. Geary Miss Dorothy Reea Lieutenant and Mrs. Lieutenant Ralph O. Francis Hardaway...