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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

IN PLAY RULE OF PRIVATE OWNER Cover 3,000 Miles in First of New Studebaker Cars to Come From Factory Jack Tower, former race driver, working as an inspector at the Stu debaker Plant I, in Detroit, looked np the other day as a messenger boy touched him on the shoulder. "Mr. Heaslet wants to see you." said boy, and vanished. .Jack washed his hands and reported at the office of the chief engineer, where he met X - <% Buck of the Studebaker sales department, who had been similarly summoned. "Boys," said Mr. Heaslet. "you have drawn a vacation. Toure off your regular job for the preeent. Forget you're on the payroll. Down in the yard are two automobiles. They're yours until you turn them back in. Her c are your expense checks. Take those oars from Detroit to Jackson ville and back. "Mind, now—you're private owners. You're carrying only the regular tour ing equipment I don't want to hear a thing from you till you get back. Then I want to know every bit of Information you've gotten out ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

10 OWNER PRAISES APPERSON CAR F. S. Meyers, Head of Meyers Motor Car Co., Receives Letter From Official "It is one of the greatest pleasures ©f life to get a boost. Especially in the automobile trade, where dealers are constantly hearing everything detrimental to his car generally from an owner who feels to say a kind word might lessen their chances of having some work done gratis. The average owner will tell you all the shortcomings that lie thinks of hop ing thereby to create the impression that he is responsible free of charge," says F. S. Meyers, the head of the Meyers Motorcar company, agents for the Apperson cars. "Therefore, when one finds an owner who comes out squarely and unsolicited in his praise it warms one's heart and makes him feel that life is worth 11% ing, especially in the commercial world. This is the case In a letter we have just received from Tniliam Li. Bell, P. A. surgeon, U. S. X, retired. Doctor Bell resides at Santa Cruz, and under date of Decem ber 2 has ...

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

STATE HIGHWAY IS IN FAIR SHAPE Claude McGee of Howard Au tomobile Company Drove Down to Fresno A drive of 200 miles between lunch ■nd dinner time is generally consid ered rather strenuous by even the most enthusiastic speed burner. The state highways when completed will make half day trips of this length not only entirely feasible, but the oc cupants of the car will not be any more fatigued than they are from driving half the distance over ordinary roads at the present time, says Claude Mo- Gee of the Howard Automobile com pany, Buick distributers, who drove down to Fresno last Saturday with Fred Gross, also of the Howard Auto mobile company, in one of the new 1914 28 horse power Buick touring cars. According to the two veteran driv ers, there are just 29 miles of road be tween Oakland and Fresno that are yet to be put in shape. These 29 miles are divided Into three sections, the first of which Is encountered at the north ern boundary of Stanislaus county, and extends south in the d...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

12 BULL MOOSE WAITING ON JOHNSON Governor's Choice of Job He Will Run for to Settle Many Ambitions in Party Governor Johnson holds the key move today in tho political game of chess being played on the brand new board of the progressive party of California. On his choice of nomination hangs the movements of all the kings and castles and pawns, following the sur prise sprung by Francis J. Heney in announcing that he would run for either governor or senator, picking the office for which Johnson would not run. KENT AFTER TOGA, TOO One of the most interesting po sitions on the board is that of Con gressman Kent, close friend of Heney. who will run for the senate himself, according to the gossip of the pro gressives. Kent, it is said, is ready t<> turn his millions into the fight to beat Johnson. The governor is determined to seek the toga, according to word passing around in political circles today. His new aim was made known last night by men close to Johnson, at a pro gressive ra...

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

CALL AND POST'S FEATURE SECTION w&s^ifiEtlljsm^ CALL AND POST. VOII 94. NO. 143. KAN FRANCISCO CALL, VOL. 115. NO. 12. FOOTLIGHT FLASHES mm mm, mwm "The Girl In the Taxi" At the Alcazar (Seene —A private room in the Cafe Churchill, New York. Bertie Stewart (Bert Lytell) and Mig non Smith (Evelyn Vaughan) are dining tete-a-tete when Kernan Cripps, as the latter's husband, a • national . guardsman and manufacturer of per fumes, unexpectedly arrives and Mignon hides be hind a curtain.) Smith (looking at table) —Service for two. You expect a lady? Bertie —Yes, but she isn't coming. Smith—Well, if she's not coming I'll take her place. (Sits at table.) B. —But, my dear sir— S. —Oh, I'm not going to eat at your expense. Each pays for himself. What's your name? (Eats.) B.—l've forgotten. S. (rises, surprised)— What, forgotten your name? B. (stammers) —No, it's—it's Duval. S. —Ah, Armande? Come, sit down, Armande Duval. Who is your Camille? My dear Duval, behold in me two men—the manufac...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

14 AUTHORITIES differ as to Just how fast light trav els. But they all seem to agree that it travels about 156.427 miles a ■econd—that is if it doesn't trip. And you may be Interested In knowing that certain otherwise perfectly normal people make a very elaborate living doing more things to light than does a ma gician to a pack of cards. They lasso lt—corral it —split lt up— put it together again—light lt up The Court of Honor Will Make Sol Jealous I and put lt out—color lt—clean It ] and comb its hair. The light it | self in the meanwhile Is travel j ing at the rate of 186,427 miles a I fecond. ! ' Of course this is approximate. 1 For all I know it may only travel j 186,426 miles and it is just pos- J sible it might take a second and I a half to do it. But for our pur ; poses we can very well afford to I take a mile or two and give an I occasional second without disturb | Ing in any way the equilibrium : of our illustration. J Now, an Illuminating Engineer | has to do with Light, a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

Debutantes Choose "The Dansant" As Introduction to Beau Monde The "the dansant" has come to stay. Not in San Francisco alone has lt won its way into the hearts of the people, but in New York, Boston, Chlcag-o, Washington, Philadelphia, New Or leans, Cincinnati, Portland, Nashville, Denver, St. Louis, Tacoma and every other city or town of any pretentions whatsoever it has come to be recog nized as the most successful form of entertainment known to man. At ttrst there were those who frowned at the waste of daylight hours, but they were only the old fogies who resented any innovation, and the dances flour ished in spite of them. Now they are "the thing," and the public has ac cepted them as the most pleasing in troduction of the beau monde. Of late the "the danßant" has been put to another use, namely: the pre sentation of debutantes to the social joys of which they are heretofore "supposedly" ignorant. "Supposedly" only to the minds of the common heVd, who take the social introductio...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

16 Krazy Kat fCopyrbjnt. 1913, International New* Service) A Base Fraud Tomorrow: Same Old Day Off JESTINGS "Good morning;! I cam to tune your piano." "Piano. But I didn't send for you." "No, mam; but the neighbors said 2 ought to call." # * * "I haven't seen Hemmaidshaw for m. week." "No; he hasn't been out of the house Since his accident." "Was he seriously injured?" "No-; but he feels the disgrace deeply." , "Disgrace?" "Yes. After living in the heart of all his life, he went to the country one day last week and was run over by a milk wagon,'* The Dingbat Family Polly and Her Pals Us Boys THE KING OF DIAMONDS! STORT or MODERN ccitTo Continued From Yesterday In the solitude of his room, Grenier burst the lock. The rascal received one of the greatest shocks of his life when he examined the contents—a quantity of old clothing, some worn boots, a ball of twine, a bed cover let, a big, iron key, the tattered let ters, and a variety of odds and ends that would have found no corner In a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

If You Must Have a Confident and Have No Mother. Hunt Uo Some One Who Is Deaf and Dumb Their Married Life Helen Is an Unwilling Witness to the "Horsing" of a Princeton Freshman. MABEL HERBERT URNER ANT one?" asked Warren.; as a boy came through the train shouting, "Show your colors! Here's your Harvard-Prince ton pennants!" "Oh no, I'd feel so foolish carrying one of those," protested Helen. "Can't go to a football game with- ! fut showing some enthuslam." and | Mr. Stevens, who was in the seat ahead of them, bought some small I Princeton tigers and a couple of yel- j low pennants. Reluctantly Helen followed Mrs. Stevens' example and pinnad one of I the tigers on her coat. Almost every | one in the car was wearing them, yet the glaring emblem, in which Helen felt she had no part made her feel conspicious and self conscious. "They run these special trains pretty fast," Mr. Stevens glanced at his watch. "We'll have time to see Bob's room before the game." Helen had never seen either a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

18 IHE SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST Published by The Call Publishing- Company every evening except Sunday. V. W. KELLOGG, President and Pub- Itaber. JOHN D. SPR ECKELS, Vice Prealdent and Treasnrer. W. D. K. GIBSON 1 J. D. SPRECKELS JR. V DIRECTORS A. F. MORHISO.V | Address All Commanlcatlona to THE OAH FRANCISCO CALL. Entered at the Postofflce at San Franciaeo, Cal., as second class matter. Telephone "Kearny 86"—Aak for Tbe Call. Tbe Operator Will Connect Yon With tbe Department Yon Wiah. BUSINESS OFFICE AND'EDITORIAL ROOMS, Market and.Third streets. •IAIN CITY BRANCH. 1657 Fillmore street near Poet. OAKLAND OFFICE. 1640 Broadway. Telephone Oakland 108 S. ALAMEDA OFFICE. 1435 Park street Telephone Alameda 559. BERKELEY OFFICE, 2011 Shattuck avenue. Telephone Berkeley 77. SAN JOSE OFFICE, Bennetts' News Company, 24 N. Second street. Phone S. J. 744. CHICAGO OFFICE. Tribune Building. W. J. Morton Company. NEW YORK OFFICE. 200 Fifth ave nue. W. J. Morton Company. One cent a copy every ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

LEASEHOLD __ OAKLAND $2250' ,ul,: 00 uwrtgages: rent. $500 lDCiUde9 water ' etc.; call forenoons; C^r l -.nit , e 8 DiCel " V furn nicely furn. house, suitable for hskpg.: $500. g ygf L *fc Rooming house. 32 rms.. full ■ « . * or. house: fireproof. Owner retiring. gP^MS_jt732R_HOUSEKEEPINQ Bt i.-f,^i.I t " ** 12 — Large sunny front room with Lichen; near stores; handy to cars. a »w. B : ISlfe ' nr ' California—2 sunny furn. _ Wont rms. torn, for ljgii; housekeeping. C1 ™m« U wll 4 Y, nr - «ndwl4th-Hskpg. rooms, with kitchen: $3 per wVck. CA .mw RN .-V ..SSSS-Large. RUnnT , comfort . , * ot - T furnished; suitable for 2; alao small rm. COUPLE looking for large comfortably furn. £■___ rm .V, wlth kitchenette, at reasonable Wll d 0 weU to <*■» »t 10*0 O'Far veil st.: also single rms.: suitable for gents. CLARA St., IS4, near sth—Three hskpg. rma. m and 2 furnished rms.; reaaonable. CALIFORNIA. 3018. nr. Baker-2 parlor rma. sunny, large and neatly furn.; connect with _ well equipped ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

20 REAL ESTATE IF©! SALE Le Conte near Euclid, a splendidly built home of 12 rooms; owner has been called away, otherwise would not sell. Very large living room: artistic dining room; flrst. second and third floors best of lnlsid woodwork; servants' quarters comfortably arranged; house equipped with lnstataneous water heat ing system; sleeping porches; billiard room: in fact a home of homes; coat $15,000; owner will sell for $10,000; lot 50x140. with $1,000 garage. This la a pickup for tbe price asked. Wo Jo M@irlSiimOT C@o Hotel Shattuck Building. Berkeley. California. Phone Berkeley 3100. $3,Bso=Bungalow in Beautiful Rock Ridge Magnificent view, high claas neighborhood, ce ment exterior, expensive fixtures, hardwood floors, aleeping porch,, extremely artistic throughout: this Is a rare opportunity to get a home in class A surroundings for ouly $500 cash, the balance may be paid the same as rent. Key nearby at 5641 College ay., Clare mont. Oakland. $10© Cash=s2o Per Mo. VA ill plac...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL STATE CONDITIONS SLIGHTLY BETTER Rains and Holiday Season Produce More Cheerful Business Feeling Business conditions in California as reported by R, G. Dun & Cfj. for the current week In part follovg; "There teems to be a align*, im provement in general business condi tions, due principally, no doubt, to the more cheerful feeling produced by splendid rains during the last tew weeks and In addition to this purchases on account of the ap proaching holidays, and the conse quent improved retail trade has had Its effects. "The uncertainty caused by the an ticipated passage of the currency bill Is having a detering effect upon gen eral business. There has been no evidence of the banks enlarging the •scope of their credit transactions and the recent changes In the tariff have depressed tome principal California lines. "Large importations of olive oil . Trom France are lowering the price flf.of the local product. "The Alameda Sug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

22 What the Local Playhouses Will Offer for Entertainment Next Week THEATERS SEVERAL striking plays are to be offered theatergoers next week, the most prominent, perhaps, being "The Girl at the Gate," which will have its western premier at the Gai ety with Irene Franklin heading the cast. "The Blindness of Virtue," a gripping play that has stirred thea teregoers in the east and caused edi torial comment everywhere, is to be shown at tlie Cort. Mis. Fiske in "The High Road" re mains for another week at the Co lumbia, and "The Common Law" does likewise at the t?avoy. The Alcazar is to get away from the strictly dramatic field by present ing "The Girl in the Taxi," a musical comedy. At the Orpheum, Empress and Pan tages strong vaaudeville bills will be featured, and for followers of the film Grauman's Imperial will offer "Les Miserables," Portola Theater "L>avid Copperfield" and the Tivoli "East Lynne." -»—. « CORT Written on a theme that is abso lutely crying for discussion Is Cosm...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

COMIC WEEKLY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO EVENING CALL Hawkshaw the Detective—--Introducing Sahib Bul Khan SATURDAY. DBCEMBER 13. 1913. copiright

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

Those Kids Next Door Who's Afraid of the Policeman ?

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

The Newlyweds—Snookums Knows What He Likes

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 13 December 1913

Stepbrothers—Major Stuff Springs a Double Surprise Spareribs and Gravy—The Gold Is Still Safe—in the Chest

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 15 December 1913

A Clean, Wholesome! • Papei\/br • . 1 California Homes. 1 CAIJ. AM> POST. VOL. »4. NO. 144 SAN ntAKCtBOO (ALL. VOL. 11.. NO. 1.1. JOHNSON SAYS HE WANTS NO OFFICE IN 1914 Million in Fuel Fraud Says Sullivan M'KENNA'S DAUGHTER DIVORCED Sensational testimony of her hus band's visits to hotels -with "a little girl in blue" won an absolute divorce in New York today for Mrs. John Iyegget Pulus, daughter of United States Supreme Court Justice Mc- Kens* of San Francisco, whose wed ding to the San Francisco society belle was attended by President Roosevelt and al! of Washington's fashionables, had been shadowed by detectives for Adam S. Haubt, one of the sleuths, declared that he followed Pultz to the Hotel Normandie in New York, saw him meet the mysterious girl and register as "J. L. Price and wife." Luther Baumgarten, formerly bell boy in the hotel, but now a student at Howard university, testified that on the same night Pultz registered he took up to his apartments several rounds of hi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call and post. — 15 December 1913

2 DISAPPEARS AFTER VISIT TO OUACK A pathetic appeal from a daughter Of Augustus G. Trautwein, 62 years old, who disappeared from the home of relatives In Los Angel 21, has enlisted the state* board of medical examiners in the nationwide search that is being made for the old gentleman. Shice Trautwein went to the of fices of the European Medical clinic, 116 South Main street, Los Angeles, for a treatment on the morning of his disappearance no word has been received from him nor has his body been located. DETECTIVES FAIL IX SEARCH The Pinkerton agency was given the case three months ago. A big reward has been offered and oper atives have been detailed to the case continuously, according to Informa tion from the Los Angeles head of the detective concern, but no satis xactory progress has been made. Thousands of bills have been posted with photographs and minute de scriptions of the missing man, but they have been of no avail. The European Medical clinic Is one of the most notorious qua...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call And Post, The
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