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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL COMMISSION RULE AFFECTS DIVIDEND Will Cause Postponement on Pacific T. & T. Common, Says Official ■a* *v m ™ en tlng- upon the recent order Ji 1 * California railroad commission Po f*™ ing telephone toll rates of the i-aiinc Telephone and Telegraph com an offlcla l of the American Tele pnone company says the effect of ff r «arulatlons will be to postpone ••T?vf nd " on the common stock, me decision," he says, "will have JL*Sr*****N effect upon the market n£nVA°. n of p *dflc Telephones $18. --000.000 common stock and upon the. prospects for common dividends. At periodic, intervals Pacific- Telephone Das been talked for dividends and has nad outbursts of activity carrying it as high as 65 laat year for example, me present price of 22 has probably accounted this adverse decision. The ruling of the California authorities in street subtracts $500,000 from the net earnings of the company and means a balance of almost nothing a...

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. — 12 December 1913

CALL-POST SHOW FOR BOYS MONDAY Big Entertainment and Dinner For Newsies Now Nears Completion Frank Stammprs of 1916*4 Mission Mreet. Is 10 years old. He goes to the Commercial school in Mis sion street. He reads The Call and Post. Yesterday morning he saw that The Call and Post offered thrifty, hustling hoys a chance to make money selling copies of the paper. Prank has a little bank at home with over a dollar in pennies and nickels. He wanted to get more money to buy his little sisters and brothers some presents and after Christmas t<;i\e enough to buy a bicycle. S<> yesterday afternoon he went to his little bank and took out five cents. He then walked down to Sixteenth and Mission streets and bought 10 i opies of The Cp.ll and Post. It was his first experience selling papers for himself. He was surprised to find how <juickly he sold out. He returned to the agent and got 10 copies more. After two hours selling he had 29 cents. Frank took his 29 cents home, re placed the ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

Clean, Wholesome • PapeiVbr * ." California Homes. f'AU, AXD POST. VOL. M. NO. 143. SAY PRAVCIJICO CALL. VOL IIS. XO. 11. DEAD MARK CHIHUAHUA REFUGEES' TRAIL Striking Lineman Kills Foe; Escapes HENEY OUT FOR GOVERNOR POSSESHUNT BAR GREEK SLAYER Fugitive, Who Fired on Lead ing Resident in Quarrel, Is Hemmed In SANTA CRUZ. Dec. 12.—Lot Mor •eil wa.s shot and killed on Two Bar •reek lest night by James Benton, a itriking lineman. The man had quar reled. The scene of the shooting was about bur miles above Boulder creek. Mor tal is a leading resident of Boulder rreek. Benton escaped, but his cap ture by posses is expected soon. After the shooting Benton went to Foulder creek, changed his blood rained clothes and fled. Sheriff Fsaft&h was'" called to the scene of he killing shortly after midnight. POSSES OX TRAIL YVith Benton unable to get out of . the country except by some overland .rails through a wild, mountainous flstriet, it is believed he will be ;aught by the posses now in pur...

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 HIGH PRICES SUBJECT OF INQUIRY Attorney General Instructs Local Officials to Investi gate Storage Conditions Uncle Sara is preparing to Investi gate the high price of eggs in San Francisco, and incidentally it has been suggested to Assistant United States District Attorney Hetmann that all eggs should hereafter be labeled with the date upon which they were gath ered from the nest. A letter has been received fro mthe attorney general at Washington in structing the local federal office to co-operate with the department In looking into cold storage conditions with ay lew to breaking up the al leged frosen egg trust. ILtmann will await the return of United Btates At torney McKinley from Seattle before any action is taken in the egg cam paign. Alameda Mayor Wants Peace in School Board Frank Otis, mayor of Alameda, has railed a special meeting of the Board of Education for thl* evening to see If peace cannot be established among the school directors. The war has forced W. E. McLaughlin,...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

i 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 tittle Dresses Little Coats (8 fo 14 pears) (8 to 14 years) $10.95 Ud $250 ° s* s 00 *g.oo lr T n $14.95 $24.95 $27.50 LITTLE SILK DRESSES V * * (1 O CA I T These little coats are in gay broad -3> 1 Z.DU Up cloths. Some have fur garniture. JEWELRY SECTION SPECIALS VANITIES AND MESH BAGS VANITIES 11 MESH BAGS STERUNG GOLD FILLED Gold Plated $5.00—512.50 Small Size $5.00 to $25.00 $25.00 to $45.00 Large Ske '4 OFF \4 OFF t THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR MELVILLE CLARK PIANO CO. The Average City Man's Money <S Mr. Average City Man follows one vocation all his life—gets into a deep rut and stays. <I His expenses grow with his family and he accumulates little or nothing. n His children go to work and drift into the same kind of a rut and stay. <B The farmer at Valley Oaks finds his property gradually b...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 12 December 1913

4 BUY A RED GROSS SEAL FOR 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 Nw» 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 makes such inroads on the health of the people. Five hundred thousand come here to be sold. There are busy sales women in the shops and the big offlce buildings; there are organizations of all sorts at work selling them; there is to be a "the dansant" for th...

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. — 12 December 1913

HOP RIOTERS IN JAIL PLOT WITH I.W.W MARYSVTLLE, T>ec, 12.—1t was learned today that an organized gang, headed by J_ W. W. members, pene trated to the doors of the county jail Sunday evening in an attempt to lib erate S i x members charged with the murder of two county officers in the Wheatland riot. The attempt was made in the absence of the authori ties on a quiet day. The sheriff's offlce has kept the mat ter secret until now. Albert Berg, deputy sheriff, returned to the Jail to S»r r hv fh W K U 'l be re3C «ers rushing out by the back steps. rJi£ r I! locks J*» d ing from the court- Jan vestibule had been forced by heavy iron bars. Lea Dy SEMAPHORE SYSTEM TRIED "LOS ANGELES. Dec. 12.—Sema- X .res are being tested here for the of street traffic and, if a success, will be installed on the cor ners in the business section. By the new system vehicle traffic can be stopped a few seconds at each change of signals and pedestrians given a cnance to cross crowded streets. BABY SWALLOWS...

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. — 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 ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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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 ANQELES, Dep. 12.—Harry O'Hara, one of two men who shot Pa trolman Frank L. James in the left arm and fired upon Patrolman Parsons In an alley near St. Paul and Orange streets early today. Is believed by the police to be the bandit who held up the Southern Pacific train 10 days ago at El Monte and shot and killed H. E. Montague, a railroad official. O'Hara is mortally wounded, having been shot through the stomach. He is chained to a bed In the receiving hospital, delirious the greater portion of the time, where, during delirium. f constantly mutters 'Pomona. Po mona ' Whan rational he refuses to talk, except to Beg for water.'- In his pockets were found a clipping fro man ewspaper "Tecftl-n-g the train robberies at San Francisco. A card on which he had written apparently to some person: "I am going to-be a h'khwayman and hold up somebody." BOY, FIFTEEN, DOES NOT KNOW WHERE HE LIVES NEW YORK....

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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 la 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 formers. Bery has had his wires out since the season closed for Joe Berger, tV> 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 middl...

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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 4 M — .. ~ . , ... . , ! w NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS RECORD IS MADE BY GAME SIX DAY RIDERS Nine Leading Teams Lower Mark Made Fourteen Years Ago NEW YORK. Dec. 12—A record which has stood for 14 ye.irs was broken early today when the nine leading teams in the six day bicycle race at Madison Square garden had .A;edalled 1,994 miles flat in 101 hours. la 1899. when the six day Mode 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 ibst 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 28 miles ahead of the rec ord at the end of the ninety-ninth hour, at 3 o'clock this morning. They had pedalled 1,95« miles. 9 laps. A...

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

BANDIT SHOT IN PISTOL BATTLE Harry O'Hara, Mortally Hurt, May Be El Monte Train Robber A daring highwayman at S 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 $70. 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 J7O on the counter. "That stuff don't go with me," de c'ared the man. He ordered Lynch to place the gold pieces in hand. Which Lynch did. Alter 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 street and disa...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

A Clean, Wholesome • California Homes. < AU. AND POST, VOr.. 94. NO. 143. NAN FRANCISCO CAM- VOL lift, NO. 12. U. S. WARSHIPS RESCUE 500 AMERICANS Sweetheart Lures Boy Bandits to Police Net BLOW MENLO SAFE; GET $2,000 2 cores GRIMES 10 BUY GIRL GIFTS Held in detinue in Oakland as a ■witness against the boy bandits. Ger trude Crawford, today told of her love for Eastland Brittonn thus: « Ilove him dearly. I am ready to marry him mm soon ■• they let aa ro. "He baa done nothing; to make tuem keep him. My faith in him Im nn ahaken. We were T>lmnntmX»~*tir marriage vrhen l'antlanri waa arreated. ••He cave me a diamond encase ment ring: and a Bold locket. 1 don't think they were stole*. "Hr gave me other things, too." Trapped in the borne of a girl on whom they had showered stolen gifts. * Kdstland Britton. 17 years old. and Millard Cooke, 18 years old. are held In the Oakland city prison as bandits today. To them is laid a wave of crime. They have confessed three offenses. The girl...

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. — 13 December 1913

2 REBEL FORCE SURROUNDS OJINAGA Preparations Complete for Decisive Battle in North of Mexico mented by the arrival of the battle ahlp .New Jersey, according to a wire lass to the navy department from Admiral Flatcher. The New Jersey will remain at Tampico indefinitely. MOHEKO IS IGNORED MEXICO CITY. Dec. 13.—1t became known today that relations between the American embassy and the Mex ican department of foreign affairs has been broken off. Charge d'Af faires OTShaughneasy oommunicated directly with Huerta, Ignoring Senor Moheno, minister of foreign affairs. It is said this condition has prevailed more than a week. Sir Lionel Oarden, British minister, announced today England would not recognise the constitutionalists by entering a protest against violation of Uie rights of the English vice con sulate in Chihuahua when Luis Ter razas Jr. was seized. Garden said, "I have no relations with the rebels and I realize fully that Huerta was not to blame for the incidents." HI'GRTA FACES FINA...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

INSIST FAKE MUSEUM BE CLOSED Property Holders Join State Board in Effort to Revoke Jordan's License Backed by the petition of every ad jacent property holder, Dr. Charles B. Pinkham, secretary, Douls Ward, at torney for the state board of health, and several victims who have been "treated* in the place will go before the police commission Monday night and demand that the license of the Doctor Jordan museum of anatomy, 9S» Market street, be revoked. Specific arguments will be used to show why the quack shop is a nui sance and not working for the best moral interests of the community, ac cording to Ward. Ward is convinced that Paul Cast ing and other men interested In the Jordan place are not going to let the goose that lays the golden egg be killed without raising an arm in her defense. They have been operating 60 years in San Francisco. Ward expects the quack clan in San Pranclsco to be well represented by attorneys before the police commis sion Monday night. Chief of Police White h...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

EDITORIAL PAGE, The San Francisco Call and Post F. W. KELLOGG, President and Publisher JOHN D. SPRECKELS, Vice President and Treasurer Bring Hetch Hetchy Water Into The City, Quick City Engi :c::-'s Department Shows Commendable Haste in Preparing for Great Task Now is the time to get busy. We have the Hetch Hetchy— that is, as soon as Secretary Lane recommends to President Wilson that he sign the Raker hill—we have the Hetch Hetchy reservoir site, we have $40,000,000 available from the bond issue, and we haven't water. The board of public woil-:s does not intend to waste any time in starting its Hetch Hetchy work. City Engineer O'Shaughnessy will arrive from Washington on Monday prepared to start work, and the staff which will have charge of the project will toe organ ized, probably with O'Shaughnessy at the head of the water com mission. He is a skilled engineer, a man in whom the citizens and the officials have placed confidence, a man familiar with the pre liminary Hetch Hetchy w...

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. — 13 December 1913

BIG RUSH TO GET CALL TREES 5,000 Christmas Cedars Put on Market for Record Price of 50 Cents They're going: with a rush—the 8.000 Christmas trees bought by The Call and Post, to be sold at the low est price on record in order that every home in San Franciec# may know, this year what_ the holiday really in. Pi-ager's big'store has been turned Into a forest. A thousand of tha prettiest tre«»s that ever made a child wiggle its nose with delight have heen distributed over the store. Each of them is rehearsing for gift carry ing by bearing a sign that reads: San Francisco Call and Post Special Christmas Tree: Only 50 Cents." And 4,000 more are stored in the big loft of the Boos Bros. Cafeteria com pany, oposite Pragers. where they were taken by the Emmons Draying company as fast as they could be un loaded from the trains that brought them from the Sierras. These three companies are helping The Call and Post make 1913's Christmas memora bly for the poor children of the city. RI SH G.> ...

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. — 13 December 1913

The Six Day Rider May Be as Game as the Fighter But His Courage Is Cheaper CALL'S DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTS HOWARD HAS NEW STARS IN VIEW All Seal Players Must Fight It Out for Positions on the Team JOE MURPHY "I have a couple of deals hanging* fire." said Del Howard yesterday aft ernoon, "and until I know where I stand in these matters I will make Ho further changes in my club. "If I secure the players that I am negotiating for. then there will be some changes," he continued. "I have several men in view who I expect to land, and, if successful, they should prove to be winners with a minor league club. "They axe major league players, and I expect to learn after the first of the year whether I can have them. At the present time I am just wait ing for developments. Cack Henley, Walter Cartwright and all the other boys are still in line for jobs. "I am going down to my ranch to morrow, where I will spend a few days, and after a brief stay there I will continue on to Los Angeles to see Overa...

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. — 13 December 1913

The Fans Are Now Beginning to Count the Days When Spring Practice Begins NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS RITCHIE PUTS WELSH DOWN AND GETS HIS START AS RING STAR This is the tenth of a series of stories of the life and bat tles of Lightweight Champion Willie Ritchie written exclus ively for The Call. WILLIE RITCHIE Promoter McCarey and I sat arguing over terms while the first preliminary was being fought. He would not give me any satisfaction at all. He told me that I was a youngster, that I ought to be glad of a chance to fight Welsh for nothing, and that he would get somebody else to take my place unless I came to his terms right away. There was no chance to budge him. Bat I determined to stand pat. I thought that I was worth $1,000, although I realized that 1 was lucky to get on with one of the greatest lightweights in the world. Still, I was just stubborn enough to hold out. and I made up my mind that I would fight jqst as hard as McCarey. And, in the meantime, the first prelimin...

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. — 13 December 1913

8 CHOWCHILLA RANCH ON MARKET Local People to Subdivide 170,000 Acres in Merced and Madera Counties The consummation of a big: reel es tate deal this week calls to the at tention of the public the eminence of the San Joaquin valley. The deal in question concerns the famous Ohowchilla ranch, which has long been considered the finest plum in the valley by real estate operators. This ranch. 108,0000 acres In extent, has been taken over by Stlne & Kendrtck. local real estate operators, who will be in a position to oifer this property to settlers immedlat »'.y after the flrst of the year. Lying in the heart of the San Joa quin valley, the Ohowcliill.v ranch !s level as a table and as fertile as try soil to be found in this vast empire. The fertility of the rlcn, deep sandy loam has been exhilarated during the last 50 years to a great extent by pas turage which works as a great stim ulus on the most fertile of soils. The fact that 90 per cent of the ranch has never been under the plow ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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