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

Walking for Health N the first place I must warn the beginner, writes Mr. G. Cummings, that to become a world's champion walker you must be prepared to put in ai least three years of hard train ing on the track. But do not let this frighten you. Hard work never killed any one, btu too little of it was killed thousands. CARE OP" THK FEET The novice, after first seeing that his feet are free from sores, should exercise great care in the choice of a suitable boot or shoe. This should be broad enough to allow the foot to expand when it takes the weight of the whole body. Otherwise it should fit like a glove. I myself used a boot with a soft, low top. By flrst pulling the aock up tight, then turning it back until it overlaps the upper, you | r an prevent dirt or grit getting into the boot, thus saving much annoy ance from unnecessary chafing of the feet. Another thing to remember after having a bath is to see that the feet are thoroughly dried, especially in between the toes. First dry t...

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. — 11 December 1913

THE SAN fRANOSCO CAIi AND POST Published by The Call Publishing Company every eventng except Sunday. F. AY. KELLOGG, President and Pub lisher. JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer. \V . D. K. GIBSON 1 J. D. SPRECKELS JR. VDIRECTORS A. F. MORRISON I One cent a copy every evening, "cep l Sat urday. Price of Saturday editions - cents Delivered at the home or sent by mall. 30 cents a month. Price Liat for Mall Subscriptions Payable In Advance 3fl 2 month • • 8 months * « ■ ::::::'s:oo i- months ............»•••••-••••••• . /y, Special Saturday edition, 12 months. ■■■■■ Foreign subscription*: Add bOc additional for each mouth. Delivered by carrier, $3.60 per year. Address All Communications to THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. Entered at the Postofflce at San Francisco, CaL, as second clasa matter. Telephone "Kearny 8«"—-Ask for The Call. The Operator Will Connect You With the Department You Wish. BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS, Market and Third streets. MAIN CITY BRANCH, 1657 Fill...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 11 December 1913

COTTAGES TO LET POURTH »t.. 1216%. nr. H St.—Rear sunny cottage . 3 rooma, large bath room with wash tubs, etc. SMALL 3 room sunny cottage: 8723 18th st near Castro an.l Market: free water: *n. 6l R ? E . Y rt • ' J93 - nr - Chenery -2 rm. fur Dished cottage: take car No. 26 or 10. 15 month; 2 will aud yard. 38 Clover it on* 18th bet. Denver and Hattie. A COTTAGE, 5 r. and b.; 265 Chattanooga st.; large lot, 30x117:6 to rear alley, two frontages; $3,600. L W. HOUCHIN, 1104 Valencia at. •TOR sale—Apply 2SI 26th ar.; cottage in Cal ifarnla st.. $3.(100; also 2 modern, 5 room flats; will draw 12 per cent. %A. X Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills ■nag.. Insure your tips: ears time, save money. COTTAGES FOR SAT.E $20.00 down. $20.00 per mouth. K. ANDERSON', builder. 317 Hearst bldg. •l°f| down, $20 mo. buys new cottage. F. H. WEBB * CO.. 2877 Mission St.. near 25th. COTTAGE—3 rooms; S2.100: near Clement st. Apply JONES REALTY CO.. 2231 Clement. _ COUNTRY REAL~ESTATE ~ ASK US How to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 11 December 1913

14 TOO MUCH WORK SAYS EGGERS "My duties are arduous. "We are all working overtime in my office and breaking the eight hour law." This was the' gist of Sheriff Fred Eggers' explanation to Judge Lawlor v!.y so many professional jurors had got on the special venire of 200 which reported in court two days ago, and to which the court objected. "I work from 8 o'clock in the morn ing until 1 the next morning," con tinued the sheriff when quizzed yes terday by Lawlor. "I carried out your , instructions as well as I could. I told my men to go out in the open and get good men. They did, so far as I know,,and if there were any profes sional jurors on that list I did not Judge Lawlor, however, was not satisfied with the sheriff's explanation and has summoned some 15 deputies under Eggers who made the summons to appear before him today at 4 o'clock. One of the 200 veniremen told Lawlor that he was not summoned at all, but had been told by his brother In law to report for jury service. Judge Lawl...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

4 ill JklllH California Homes. v , , ,_J CALL AND POST, VOL. 9*, NO. 142. SAN FRANCISCO CALL, VOI„ 113. NO. 11. HENEY ENTERS RACE FOR GOVERNOR MRS.BELASCO IS SHOT PROTECTING HER SON; BABE SUFFERS BURNS Mrs. Walter Belasco, formerly Maudie McNeil of San Francisco, who was wounded protecting her son. Dramatist's Sister in Law Receives Gun Wad in Shoulder at "Movies" Camp at Santa Monica. SANTA MONICA. Dec. 12. —As the result of an effort to protect her four,/ year-old son Walter Jr. from injury, Mrs. Walter Belasco, sister-in-law of David Belasco, is a patient in St. Catherine's hospital today. She is .suffering from a wound received at the Kay Ber> moving picture camp in Santa Ynez . anyon, when a gun ex ploded as it was thrown into a wagon in which Mrs. Belasco and her son were riding. U. S. BATTLESHIP DAMAGED AT SEA Br Aaaociated Press. WASHINGTON. Dec. 12^—With her starboard main shaft broken and sev eral of her compartments flooded, the battleship Vermont is limping toward Ham...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

2 PROSECUTOR WOULD BE GOVERNOR Heney Issues Statement Out lining Plans to Enter Race for Office movement throughout this state that my nomination was assured, and I still so believe, in the event that Gov ernor Johnson shall decide that he does not tare to become a candidate for that office." VWOINUKS II IS "I feel that my friends and sup porters throughout the state are en titled to know at this time just what my future action will be. 1 informed some of my intimate friends last Sat urday that if Governor Johnson de cided to become a candidate for the senate I would immediately announce my candidacy for the governorship, and Governor Johnson was promptly informed of this fact. I have taken this position solely upon my own in itiative and without the advice of any leader or leaders in the progressive party movement, or of any one else, and without the promise of support fropi any newspaper or newspapers. In other words, my candidacy shall succeed or fail in accordance with the true ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

Choose Your Holiday Gifts AT—. Grant Avenue at Geary St., San Francisco. Phone Sutter 3600. MISSES' and JUNIORS' Headquarters (Second Floor, Magnin Annex) HAVE TWO HOLIDAY SPECIALS Little Dresses Little Coats (B<o ] 4 years) (8 to 14 j>ears) $10.95 Up $250 ° $35.00 $45.00 UTTLE SILK DRESSES « 14 9 5 $27.50 r% * t These little coats ate in gay broad sl£.DU Up cloths. Some have fur garniture. JEWELRY SECTION SPECIALS VANITIES AND MESH BAGS VANITIES 11 MESH BAGS STERLING GOLD FILLED Gold Plated $5.00—512.50 Small Size $5.00 to $25.00 $25.00 to $45.00 Large Size Va off '4 off We At* the Manufacturers § When 70a have seen and heard all the others, 70a jjjjjj »' jgjj will appreciate the more those exclusive features of jUJj |j Tbe Touch Down—execution on the keys like the jjjjjj Hi human hand. jjjjjj ■ Tbe Melody Accent—enabling you to correctly inter- Jjjjjj flj sret the music as the author would play it. The Metronome Motor—rewinding the roll auto- Jjjjjj The Traaapoecr—that insta...

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. — 12 December 1913

4 BUY A RED CROSS SEAL FIR PENNY NEXT FRIDAY; AID WHITE PLAGUE WAR That Will Be Time When the "Widow's Mite" in This City Will Be Factor to Be Considered — Every Sticker Bullet in the Tuberculosis Fight What are you doing with your pennies? Take care of them, we are told, and the dollars will take care of them selves. It is good American coinage that they must materialize into now, though—dollars and dollars and dollars, and all for the Red Cross Christ mas seals. Next Friday is to be Penny day for that very purpose. Each year the San Francisco Association for the Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis inaugurates a sale of these little Red Cross "stickers" at one cent apiece for the nation wide fight against the dread disease which mak»s such Inroads on the health of the people. Five hundred thousand come here to be sold. There are busy sales women in the Fhops and the big office buildings; there are organizations of all sorts at work Felling them; there Is to be a • the dansant" fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

2 BILLION WILD FOLK PEOPLE CALIFORNIA The wild animal population of Cal ifornia is several billions, there being 1.500,000,000 rodents alone, an average of 25 to each one of the 100,000.000 acres in this state. This was one of the facts put forth by Walter P. Taylor, curator of the museum of vertebrate zoology at the University of California, In a lecture at the Washington school, Oakland. Taylor spoke on "Little Known Cal- Ifornian Animals." The kangaroo rat. which builds its nests of sticks, bones, stones, glass, teed pods, tooth brushes, knives and forks stolen from campers, or what ever else may be found. Is one of the few animals that never drinks water. Its sole food is dry weed seeds. Sci entists say that it assuages its thirst from these by some internal chemical process. *ITICKER THAN SHOT "The fisher, a small tree climbing animal." said Taylor, "is the most „ole wild animal In California. "It takes two men to shoot one. be cause the fisher is always on the op posite side o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Geary Street Railway Loans $50,000 to New Line Out of Its Quarter of a Million Profits the First Municipal Railway in the United States Facilitates Purchase of Second A feature of the city's acquisition of the Union street car line which must not be permitted to pass unnoticed is the fact that the initial payment by the city for the equipment of the new line, amounting to $50,000, came from the profits of the Geary street railway. Bookkeepers can juggle with figures, can manipulate accounts so their own paying tellers will not know them, but no city nor individual can conjure $50,000 in real money out of a ledger if the money does not exist. There was $50,000 in real money in the Geary street railway funds; in fact, there is on hand to the Geary street railway's credit $216,779. The transaction by which the city secured possession of the Union street ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

PISTOL DUEL WINDS UP CAREER Harry O'Hara, Believed to Be El Monte Train Robber, Is Dying LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12.— Harry O'Hara. one of two men who shot Pa trolman Frank L. Jane* in the left arm and fired upon Patrolman Parsons in an alley near St. Paul and Orange ■treeta early today, is believed by the police to be the bandit who held up the Southern Pacific train 1« days ago at El MonSte and shot and Wiled H. E. Montague, a railroad official.' . O'Hara la mortally wounded, having been shot tSirough the stomach. He is chained t» a i>ed in the receiving hospital, delirious the greater portion A' 1 '" the time, where, during delirium, he ••onstaotly matters "Pomona, Po mona." When rational he refuses to talk, eveept to beg for water. In his pockets were found a clipping from a newspaper reciting the train robberies at San Francisco. A card on which he had written apparently to »ome person: "I am going to be a highwayman and hoCd up somebody." BOY, FIFTEEN, DOES NOT KNOW WHERE HE LIVE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

Last Year's Average Does Not Count If This Year's Falls Below the .200 Mark CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS ANGELS IN LINE FOR PENNANT Berry Sure to Put a Winning Team in Field Next Season JOE MURPHY There is one club in the Pacific Coast league that can be counted upon as being stronger next season than last, and that is the Los Angeles club. Henry Berry is after a pennant win ner, and he is leaving nothing undone to get the necessary players to make his club a winner. Already he has acquired a collection of tossers who are rated as star minor league per formera Bery has had his wires out since the season closed for Joe Berger, the second baseman of the White Sox. who went to the Chicago club last year. Berry figures with Berger on his team the Angels would be mate rially strengthened. The Los Angeles club was a mighty strong team last season until it en countered a series of accidents, which sent the club into the ruck. Illness and accidents befell the players dur ing the middle part...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

Racehorses Can t Talk, but They Are Both Good and Bad Actors at Various Times N EWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS RECORD IS MADE BY SAME SIX DAY RIDERS Nine Leading Teams Lower Mark Made Fourteen Years Ago NEW TORK, Dec. 12.—A record which has stood for 14 years was broken early today when the nine leading teams In the six day bicycle race at Madison Square garden had pedaMed 1.994 miles flat in 101 hours.. In 1899, when the six day bicycle races became team affairs for the first time. Miller and Waller established a record of 1,961 miles. 8 laps, for the one hundred and first hour. There was an early morning sprint today in which Hansen and Anderson loet several laps, and were finally placed a full mile behind the leaders. Otherwise, the relative positions of the riders was unchanged. The nine leaders in the race were more than 26 miles ahead of the rec ord at the end of the ninety-ninth hoar, at 3 o'clock this morning. They had pedalled 1,956 miles. 9 laps. A second bunch of four was...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

10 BANDIT SHOT IN PISTOL BATTLE Harry O'Hara, Mortally Hurt, May Be El Monte Train Robber : A daring highwayman at 8 o'clock last night held up J. J. Lynch, clerk In the grocery of Shomer Bros., 1998 Hayes street, at the point of a re volver, and compelled him to hand over the proceeds of the cash regis ter, which totaled 570. Lynch was alone in the store when the thug entered. "Empty that cash register." was the curt demand of the desperado. Lynch complied, and threw JTO on the counter. "That stuff don't go with me." de clared the man. He ordered Lynch to place the gold pieces in his har.d, .which Lynch did. After the highwayman had placed the money in his pocket he again brought his gun into play and told the clerk to march from behind the counter and walk ahead of him out of the store. Marching his victim up Clayton street, near Grove street, the thug suddenly stopped and, touching the gun to Lynch's side, warned him not to make an outcry. Suddenly the man ran west on Grove stree...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

A Clean, Wholesome Paper for California Homes CALL AND POST, VOL. M. NO. 142. SAN FRANCISCO CALL. VOL. 115, NO. 11. PRESIDIO GAR LINE MEN HOLD JOBS Platform Employes Work Less Hours for More Pay Under Municipal Control Kwlpls from Snn FranHiwo's two municipal raiHtayn yeaterday were turned Into the «-lty treasury this moraißK, amounting to the trand to tal of 52.809..10. The I a loa street llae took ia 9941.70 aad the Geary street road $1,«67.5:v * AJI employes of the Union street line who are citizens and have been with the company a year will retain their positions. This ruling has been rendered by the civil service com mission and means that practically all the motormen and cond«< tors will hold their jobs. Many have been in J the service of the comoauy for a j score of years and will continue work inpr with more pay and less hours un der municipal ownership. The road is operating under city control without a hitch. All passes on the road have been canceled. Only employes of t...

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

12 IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL NEWS OF THE THEATERS SMART SET IN HOLIDAY MOOD Miss Stone Is Hostess at Two Christmas Parties Miss Tillman to Entertain Pre ceding First Gaiety Dance of the Season Miss Jennie Fidelia Stone, whose fame as a hostess is known in social circles throughout the state, will be the presiding genius over two Christ mas parties today. Both will be held la the Hotel Fairmont, the white and gold ballroom, the red room, gray room and laurel court having been engaged for the purpose. Holiday decoration* have been maintained throughout, red berries, holly and mistletoe contributing their cheer to the scheme of adornment and in the red room is a big Christmas tree bright with lights and laden with tin sel and trinkets. This afternoon's affair will be a children's party in honor of her nephews. William and Andrew Stone, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lt Stone of Burlingame, and Egbert Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Stone of this city. Dancing will be enjoyed from 5 o'clock un...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

s s s «kS Ab ou t the Only Thins a Man Will Permit His Wife to Have a Monopoly of Is Patience "sP k e The Call's Magazine and Fiction Page The Family Cupboard a A Dramatic Story of High Society Life in New York Adapted from Owen Davis' Broadway Success. You Can Begin This Great Story Today Reading This First Charles Nelson, a wealthy New Yorker, on coming home on a certain afternoon, discovers his son. Ken neth, drunk, and in the scene that follows. Kenneth accuses his father of maintaining another establishment. Nelson admits the truth of the charge. His wife, a society leader, hear 3 the disc || sal oa, and it develops that the estrangement in the family has come through the woman's Indifference to her husband. Their daughter, Alice, sides with the father, and Kenneth takes his mother's part. Mrs. Hard ing, a mutual friend, tries to patch the trouble, and contrives that the Nelsons shall meet at the Alpine apartments, where Nelson has gone from his home. In the lobby of this apart...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

Krazy Kat rVfivrlgtit. 1913. International News Servlet In That Case It's 0. K. Tomorrow: What's the Difference? Proof Positive Dejectedly twirling his thumbs the clerk sat in the box office of the Frivolity theater. A depressing air of failure hung over the theater, and it looked as though the piece would have to be withdrawn shortly. Suddenly he perked up as a coun tritled man and Ills wife came in, fol lowed by their three daughters and two sons. " Have you got seven seats in the middle of the second row for to night?" asked paterfamilias. "Yes. I find they are vacant, sir," said he, trying to repress his excite ment. "Shall I book them for you, sir?" "mf —no, I think not," said the man from the country. "If you've got those seats on your hands It seems to me the play can t be up to much! Good morning 1" The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE KING OF DIAMONDS! ATHRILLtriG J lOKf OF^n(JUtKncgl!tTi Continued From Yesterday Left to himself. Mason handed over the dogcart t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST 4 n Pub,lshe « »V The Call Publishing; Company every evening except Sunday. •r?« "pVi ' 2M5 ' T ' n,n «- ««*pt S.t- C !t^,^* t K rd * y * d »tlon» 2 cents. SM.?South. " borne or " Dt *W —»• 5° , Price Ids* for Mall Subscriptions I month P * y * bU ta Ad »«~ » "onths .....V.'.;;; -22 « months ... , _ 12 mouth. * J-JK foIrsSPaJIS! p ,: Add **■ —««--« - n>llTf "-<i fc* ewt*». sasa n~ TMr 6P » f Operative Plasterers" In l)r,? , FKIPAY EVENING, bet ' trttC "'bernian hall, Valeria at., attendance oue doilar tot Bon - SPECIAL NOTICES^ Law amid become a e n *, * P i *,<T s ln «*- business, political and TRUvLn'u'i''' today by LEGAL wh_™ . EN; . Ko,aen opportunities every- PUt f?SH* 111 th * big Income class; it P°"Jtlon ln life; nothing will do to le-vlL^'V 1 " kno *'»d«« of Law ; no need w a°>»atagea of a university educa tion, but you stay right at home; easy term*. Decide now to study law *»* «<-P toward a great and successful business or pr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

16 HOTELS C'onrinne-d I ~ HOTEL EASTMAN Just opened; all outside rooms; modern; walking distance: $3 up. 1668 Market st. Abbey Hotel SUr^ ing. piano, social hall, poolroom, larg* lobby; rates $3.50 a week and up. i HOTEL MARTINET. 1103 Geary st. cor. Van Ne*s *v —Rms., $2 week up; suite. 4 week Bp: clesjllness spec : light hskpg. s.lowed. THE HOTEL FERESFORD. 635 Sutter st — European plan breakfast a la carte, served I a rooma. — HOTEL NEVADA. 825 Van Ness it., nr. Eddy —Sunny furn. rms.. $2 to $4 wk.; transient. HOTEL GREEN—Jost opened; all cony ; 50c a day up. $2 a week np: transient. 237 3d st. ETRATTON 570 O'Farrell—Hot, cold water: $2 week up.'soc day: trans.: walking distance. "fdOTEL LEROY. 1548 Market opened; new. elegant, mod. and light: $2.5« i wk up. HOTELS FOR SALE FURNISHED hotel and saloon; 19 acres, fenced: plenty of fruit snd water; mining town: $4.(SSI. Apply 2852 Stelner st. HOTELS—ROOMING HOUSES THE Majestic, NW. cor. of Sutter snd Gough —An elegant, refined famil...

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