HONOR TO RECTOR
Tenth Anniversary of Rev. Dr.
Clampett' s Call to Trinity
Church Made Noteworthy
In celebration of the tenth anniver
sary of his rectorship of Trinity church
Rev. Dr. Frederick Clampett and Mrs.
Clampett received the members "of the
congregation and a number of their
othc-r friends yesterday afternoon at
their home. IS2T Pacific avenue.
The house was beautifully decorated
\u25a0with quantities of exquisite flowers
cent by friends, the drawing room,
where Ur. and Mrs. Clampett received,
being a bower of American beauty
roses, carnations and violets.
Th»> hours of the reception were from
4 to 7, and the house was thronged,
about .TOO pucsts calling.
Mrs. Clampett. who wore a handsome
gown of white la<e. was assisted in re
ceiving by Mrs. Oeorge A. Pope. Mrs.
W. K. F. Deal. Mrs. Daniel Earl, Mrs.
J. C. Welsh. Mrs. Frederick W. Zeile
and Mrs. John Landers, wives of the
vestrymen of Trinity, and also by Mi,ss
Lillian "Whitney. Mis? Mildred Whitney.
Miss Marie Hathaway, Miss Martha
button. Miss Kva Gomen, Miss Baker,
Miss Gladys Deal and Miss Jeannette
Dr. Clampett, who came to San Fran
cisco from Baltimore, where he was
rector of St. Peter's church, has since
his arrival assumed a prominent posi
tion, not only in the church, but in
the public life of San Francisco, and
has won a host of friends. He is con
sidered one of the most eloquent
preachers of the city. an<l under him
Trinity church has maintained the im
portant place which it has held since
an early day in San Francisco.
(— VALENCIA THEATER-^
TUES., WED., THURS., FRI., SAL, January 25, 26. 27, 28, 29
SPECIAL, MATIXEE SATURDAY AFTEHXOO.V
THE TELEGRAPH HILL FREE DISPENSARY PRESENTS
The Mammoth Musical Extravaganza of College Life
Pry £\. ini^ c* /"* /\ v\ ATA sT^»^\ V W* f\ A I
POFr\\iifc NAPOI FsiN
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| ' OVER 600 PEOPLE IX THE CAST
ALL FROM SAX FRA.VCISCO
i A STIPEXDOtS PRODUCTION
PRICES ..'. 50v. 75c, gI.OO. *IJSO, »2.00
3 £EATS NOW OX SALE AT THE SHERMAN-CLAY CO.
j Curtain at S Sharp Carriages Can Be Ordered at 11
, ; _^
MATINEE TODAY AND TONIGHT, ft S. LOV ERICH, MANAGER
LAST 2 TIMES HUi* Street Near Fillmore. CitM A Tfceater.
Cohan bdJ Harris Comedians, with Royal Theater Mm in Heated
Tracy, present — —
BREWSTER'S MILLIONS mattnee today and tomorrow.
-S; o^^^ 100 - ThursdBy """"" ! KOLB & DILL
Two Weeks, Starting Tomorrow Matinee. Present ThrmwlTes in the Great Double Bill,
jphn cort presents "HIGGLEDY PIGGLEDY"
f0W S MAX NGMAN "THE COLTER W.DOWER"
r\ vt In Hi* Greatest Laughing Klfht «n<l Snnda y Matinee Prices— 2sc to $1.
I lj\ Success. -Saturday Matinee Prices — 25c to 75c.
~. \u0084-«it>ti iiiin/i nut NEXT MONDAY— KoIb and DIU in
S ALE "MARY JANE'S PA" | i^^TH^^^^r h
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All A/ ArvraoNE-w-ESTHoo /0k) % %7 \vWiy
HfIMEPHOSE 54242 «.\fvU mrwV% n«%r*w%
BELASCO & MAYER. Owner* and Mauaper*. *»«^V W J%^J W ttj
MATINFF TODAY Cfr*Rß»jLAt.s^oc¥^OHCrFa>M^Ui
« T«vrruVYv-n Tnvnu S * fest and Most M« S nifleent Theater in America.
AKD TOXOEBOW-TOITIGHT AKD TOKOE- MATIXEE TOD AY AND EVERY DAY
POSrm^Y 22? TIMES OF EVEHY ITOIW AT ,:!»
The Record Breakl^ Snccew. 1 ARTISTIC VAUDEVILLE |
J^» FT^ T^ fil EIGHT GEISHA GIRLS, Dainty Natlre Japa-
t,J B |L« U In #H H H aMe Dancers: JEAN CLEBMONT'S "BUB-
L' ff' r IVJKW \u25a0 LESKE" CIRCUS; BEOWN, HARRIS and
. J H . [j m& ill IV^ BBOWS; THE DOHERTY SISTERS: UNA
W*S A • flu n n «1& W '^a^ r CLAYTON and CO.; MR. and MRS. FREDERIC
• :'/ VOELKER: NEW ORPHEDM MOTION PIC-
Willard Holcomb's Dramatization of Augusta TXTRE9. La«t Week. Immense Hit*, the Great
ETans-WilBon'B Norel. WILIA" PANTZER CO.. and ARTTJHO BEX-
— NARDI. Famous Italian Protean Actor.
PRlCES— Sisfct. £5c to $1; Mat., 25c to 50c. Brening: Price*— loc, 25c, 50c. 75c. Box Seat*
\u25a0 *1. Matinee Prices (except Sundays and Holl-
Xext Week— "ALL 0^ ACCOUUTI 07 ELIZA." dayt). 10c. 25c. 50c. PHONE DOUGLAS 70.
!TfftVkiWU\; V2n Kess ard Grove Ba^s9tfffl^T^AJ /
ifaftLrW^iMlitf^ Home S 1*561 fty MJ*
iOTTI^B. MARX &CO Managers L V*»*^poST & STCiNW*
LAST THREE APPEARANCES OF THE Dir^tion SULLIVAN & CONSrDINE .
CELEBRATED ACTRESS iiinrnii i in iTr>r-<n. \u25a0 »-<
(UCTytDCOI IT IMPERIAL VAUDEVILLE
Vm EL I O& IX *\u25a0?%•* i— & Commeccicg EUKDAY AFTERNOON, Jaa. 16
/ .-,»- iTfl.if-rcftvnvi!? TA->fOTrFRAT~» T** Season's Hit, ROMANY OPERA COM-
T S2^ri /^A? 'rnSow ' «'SA?HO- PANY - VaudeTllle's Mo»t Elaborate Staring and
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SAFHO Sceolc ProdnctJon; THE FOUR BALTL f S, Most
„ . Marrelous Exhibition of Acrobatic* erer at-
Next Monday — One \\ eek Onlj", tempted: LEO COOPER and Company, in "Jhe
. jo>^ 9 ;t^ \u25a0 A \u25a0\u25a0!\u25a0\u25a0* Operator." Dramatic Sensation: ECKERT and
§ I) I S*i JMS llfl fc. FRANCIS, in their Sir. X ln B and Comedy rrea-
te^y %# I<^ %#a?%iWl hs^*9 tlon -wireless Telegraphy": EDGAR BEROER,
Monday. Wedne^.y. Friday and Sunday Nl.bta. %?^^^^^^y^»%™
HENRY Mil BUN" MOTIOGRAPHS. »
Tuesday. Thur*. and Sat. Nlphrs and Sat. Mat., \\rr\lii fI»C DtrifSCCT aAm DE£?T
THE .MERCHANT OF VEMCE WORLD S BIGGEST AND BEST
yy f ats now on Kale 50c to <1.50 M»t. Prices 10c & 20c. Evening Prices 15c & 25c.
E^MWg^ PORTOLA CAFE
fgf iff'irtrt Tllflffir rf^^" Itoc CsTsr; 18 POUTIX STREET, FLOOD BLDG.
\J2&% (.OTTI-08. MARX A CO., Managers. A HIGH-CLASS RESTAURANT
£msSs£n With Hi B h.Cla.» Entertainment
WWB- r^OAIMS? I EDITH HELENA,
H^«r«# ll^a.^^ B^ World-s Greatest Coloratura SlnzT.
In Georjre Ade's Best Comedy, j _ A ~ o — »_. _ t ..-—»-
FATHER and the BOYS L A ESTRELLITA;! '.
— — Famoiin Spanish Dancer.
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY. ' .
mm B pnb Ip» i^k A ffi |I | COUNT FELIX DE LA 6IEBO, CASA-
|i#l AE9IF O£l Hl!_ l_ LZEO AUGUSTA CALSO. COUNT DE LA
l¥l #\u25a0< ilk I •\u25a0\u25a0 Xa^^^Bl I kaftan FRANCOXI. HELEN BYRON, ILAN BER.
In the Musical Play. GE*. BEOTHEBB DERKO.
THE ROYS AIVD BETTY a wonderful performance.
SEATS SELLING— f2 to 2oc. ' —
LURLINE OCEAN RACIHG :^jfe
111 1 \kTC n DATU C JOCKEY CLUB **^\\ CfTi }M -'
WA I iK IjA I liJ oaki - B - 1 B.«rt«ek VVfc^< :
Tim !-•\u25a0% I-ri 1 1 **** On Mondays. Wedae^ •sV!|/ - \t^V
lays. Tbnrsdays, Friday*. 7jfir-^JJ S
Rf TCVI AND I ARKIN Saturdaya- SU races on *>-^cO^ W
SWIMMING AND TUB BATHS " Z
Salt Water Direct from the Ocean. ror trains stopping at the track take
Onen Every Day and Evening. . Southern Pacific ferry, foot of Market street;
Na^torlum reserved Tuesday .and l^e at W m.. thereafter erery 20 minutea^oi
Friday morning* from 9a.m. to noon ' Ko eaoklM la th« la«t two cars, which a»«
for women only. \u25a0. reterred for ladles aod their escorts. -
Branch Tub Bath* 5151 Geary at, _THOMASH. WILLIAMS. Pr^ldeat
scar De*l»adero «t. PERCY W. TREAT. Secretary.
CONCERTS, LECTURES, ETC.
1 ; 1 r "
i SUBSCRIBE FOR \ Society Night, Tonight
j \u2666 - I '\u25a0•.»:- AT THE
THE WEEKLY CAUL ( OAKLAND '
! $i per year I AUTOMOBILE SHOW
I 1 PiEDMONTAPAVII.IOX.IiOAkiAND
1 -.•-... » - .1 ADMISSION, 25 iCEXTS*
GRAND JURY MAY
Report Expected to Deal Largely
With Fancy Salaries of
That the report of the grand jury,
which is nearing completion, will deal
to a large extent with certain fancy
salaries being paid to minor city of
ficials is the general belief, the deduc
tion being based on the roughshod
manner in which the jury has walked
through the city and county depart
ments. At a session yesterday after
noon the chairman of the various com
mittees tendered their findings, and the
whole will be transformed into the
final report which it is expected will
be submitted Tuesday and made public
before the end of next week.
The building inspectors of the board
of public works were the latest to come
umier the microscope. Five of them—
j H. Jordan. C- H. Sawyer, T. P. Saun
dors X. F. Hatrield and H. E. Shields —
were called before the" grand jury on
Thursday and asked to explain just
what their duties were. There is a
belief among some o? the members of
the jury that building inspecting for
the city at a salary of $150 and ?175 a
month is about the softest snap to be
picked up in the community, and these
are eager to make an attack upon the
pay roll. V •*•* ";.
Clerk of the Justices' Court Me-
Coomb, who a short time ago intimated
that a few more men in his office would
be highly acceptable, was another haled
before the grand jury and made to give
his reasons for his requesL
THE SAN FRAff CISCO VCALI^^SATURDAY; JANUARY- 22; 1910.
Newly Arrived 1910 Marion One of Most
Attractive Cars Seen on Automobile Row
A. D. Plughoff of J. W. Leavitt & Co. at the wheel of the new 1910 Marion -roadster. ..W.E. 'Pedlar of. the I
j"\4 ;,> same" company is sitting beside him . j *J 1 • \ J
TO BE DISPLAYED
Collection Donated by California
Artists Will Be Exhibited
at Sequoia Club
Paintings by two notable California
artists, given .in memory of Newton
J. Tharp, who died recently in New
York, the proceeds from the sale of
which are to form the nucleus of . an
educational fund for the artist's. young
son, are to be placed on exhibition this
afternoon at the Sequoia club, in the
Mercedes building, Post stneet and
Grant avenue. The 22 pictures are to
be raffled at the San Francisco Insti
tute of Art on the evening of Feb
ruary 4, when an informal reception
will be given by. the officers of the in
In all 500 tickets have been, dis
posed of to members of the Bohemian
club and others attracted by the in
trinsic worth of the canvases, which are
valued at ?3,000. The charitable spirit
of the affair has prompted the paint
ers to donate some of their best" can
vases. There are many large paint
ings' by Keith, Dlckman and Del Mue.
a brilliant picture from the' brush of
Ernest Peixotto, while Orrin Peck, Ar
thur Matthews, Thad Welch and Will
Sparks have all given of their best
Frank McComas has contributed a
glowing water color of the Monterey
adobes. Chris Jorgensen has a large
canvas of sequoias, while Cadenasso
has given a group of eucalypti bathed
in one of his golden sunsets. Xavier
Martinez has a fine example in the col
lection. There are other paintings by
Theodore Wores, Neuhaus, Boroughs,
Burgdorff, Gordon Coutts and Lat
The frames are the gift of Vickery
and of Gump. The exhibition will be
entirely free and will be open from
10 o'clock in the morning until 5
o'clock in the afternoon- Tickets may
be obtained from the management of
the Sequoia club, at .Vickery's and at
Gump's, Robertson's, Sherman, Clay &
Co.'s, the, lnstitute of Art, or from the
memorial committee, consisting of
Charles Dickman, Allan Dufln and Will
Sparks. . ••,-•\u25a0' -
Pjmm hi \u25a0 i i . ii i —.. - .. - «J»
I Personal Brevities |
W. W. ORCUTT, STATE SENATO& HOBERT
WATCHORIT, LYMAN STEWART, LEWIS W.
ANDREWS and GEORGE KELLOGG, all of
whom arc associated with the Union oil com
panj, are itayinft at the Stewart.. They are
from Los Angeles and came. to this city to at
tend the annual meeting of the company.
H. V. GATES, wbo H interested in a large nnm
ber of water power companies in Oregon and
Washington, principally, in the Klamatb falls
district, is staying' at the Argonaut. Gates
will be In this city for some days attending
to his local interests. .. . . "
• -•':-•\u25a0.\u25a0 ,
W* M. FISHER, a capitalist of Napa, is staying
at the Palace with Mrs. Fisher. Shortly after
the flrc of ISK*? Fisber invested a large amount
of money in realty holdings Jn thin city and
his rlstt at this time is to look over these
C. E. THURSTON, a representative of. many
large fruit growers of .California in eastern
markets." is at the Palace. Thurston. will visit
tbe f rait, raising districts and attempt to mul
tiply his agencies. . : - ySy, '[
A. ' L. CBANDALL, formerly \u25a0 caßhiw of ' the
Broadway bank and trust company at Lo* An
gel««, was yesterday .appointed a 'hank Mara
ln« bj Superintendent of Banks AJden "Ander
R. E. HERRICK, a representative of. French
Lick Springs. Ind., \u25a0 Is i -visiting the: various
mineral resorts of California and during his
• stay here 16 registered at'theManx. • ',"•
BEN \u25a0C. HOLT, , who ". is Interested .In , a :' large
plant-, manufacturing farming implements . at
Walla Walla, is at the St.' Francis.
E. M. PAY2JE, a , hardware ' merchant t of San
Lnls Oblspo. '\u25a0 is among the recent arrivals at
the Argonaut. ' .
J. V. LEE GREENBAXTM, a distiller of Louis
ville, U at the St. Francis' with Mrs. Green
\u25a0'/ banm. \u25a0 \u25a0'•' . ..'-'. , \u25a0
THOMAS CULLYFORD, a mining man of.Gold
:,field,;is «t the Argonaut with Mrs. Cullyford.
FRANK K. LIPPITT,' an attorney of Petaluma,
Is among. tbe recent arrivals at the Stewart. '-\u25a0
OIXVER MOROSCO,, a theatrical : manager of
Los Angeles," U staying, at the ' St. Francis.
J. 0. ROE, an oil operator of Monrovia, is among
the arrivals yesterday at the St. Francis.. . ,
8/ BTTSSEL SMITH, h real estate . man of . Port-"
land, ; is staying at'the St: Ftancls. .
i Rent" those vacant rooms by adver
tising themln The Call. ?Phone Kearny
86 or drop a linertoVWant: Ad Depart
ment; The; Call,, and/an adman ; will «be
out 'to^ see: you. f \u25a0*< \u25a0 -;•-. . " :
TOMALTY FILES APPEAL
AGAINST JAIL SENTENCE
District Court Is Asked to Re
A transcript of appeal was filed in
the district court of appeals /yesterday
by James C. Tomalty in an effort to
evade the five year sentence \ imposed
on him by the lower, court for the vio
lation of section 114 of the penal code.
. Tomalty, a former, book keeper in
the office of the city treasurer, was in
dicted last year for changing entries
on the "police court bail money fund"
book. He was found guilty and sen
tenced to five years in San Quentin.
The case was taken to the supreme
court, where a new trial was denied.
a lover and * a love story too— the real old-fashioned
"throbpy Kind that sin the -big Love-Story Number of the Woman s
Home Companion. There's a long one by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins,
a funny one by Anne Warner, an excitihg one by Anna Katharine
Green, a Southern one by Fannie Heaslip Lea, an old-fashioned one*
by Zona Gale — stones for a, winter evening and for all the family.
You, who love a love story,. ask your newsdealer for the February
Woman's Home ' : Companion and enjoy yourself. There are
,- .The Doctor's Page! | ;i t /•\u25a0••.•. The Cam paign of Hope, by Dr. Osier The Fashion Department
Making Furniture at Home . Through the Customs House - Four Pages for Children
- Mothers'), Devices'- '..-.---'...'- : Snow. Photography v i . Valentine's Day Ideas
Mrs. Sangster's Page " , The Most "American City ' Two Love Songs, by Carolya Weils
SUITS FOR INSURANCE
MONEY ARE SUBMITTED
Cases Against Welching Pala
tine and Others Given to Jury
The combined suits of different policy
holders against the welching Alliance
association. Commercial Union and Pal
atine insurance companies went to the
jury yesterday afternoon In the United
States circuit \u25a0'„ court, in which Judge
Dietrich of Idaho is sitting.. It was
arranged that , if an agreement were
reached during the night a sealed "ver
dict should be delivered to the fore
man, to be opened in court at 10 o'cloak
this morning. The claims, .disputed on
the earthquake clause, aggregate more
WILL PAY PREMIUM
ON CHALMER CARS
New \u25a0: York \u25a0\u25a0: Agent Offers E. P.
Brinegar Substantial J Bonus ;
on Latter's Allotment
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
,• The Chalmcrs-Detrpit motor' cars'aro
popular not only In San Francisco but
all; over; the. cquritry as welL ' The east
is even making a big bid for thelwest
ern allotment. "
Calvin C. : Elb. vice president, of; the
•Pioneer automobile company, agents
for the Chalmers, has received the fol
lowing dispatch from President E. P.
Brinegar: . .
"Carl Page company. New . York
agents Chalmers-Detroit company, all
sold up to April 20, offer us premium
$100 on 30s. |150 on any number 40s
we Will release during February. March
and April. No use my making further
efforts for additional cars this season.
Have tried Boston. Philadelphia. Wash
ington; Chicago and Omaha, i All short
of cars." - ! '
Owners are keeping Weinstock &
Nichols busy equipping their cars with
. -a. Morgan "& v\ right
' Nobby Treads.
Among the latest
are D. Hansburg
. - er, who has fur
nished his touring car with a full set;
George Tyson, who has been, supplied
with a set for his, limousine, and B.
Wood, whose pony tonneau is now
equipped with them. * The company has
furnished Sam Napathaly with a full
set of Morgan & Wright Nobby Treads
for his big car.
f Xobby Treads '
( • Are Popular
Driving a little Six Winton. George
F. Y«ung, Winton agent at Modesto,
*rJ*.T,T v -•*'• . arrived in the city
f, the latter part of
111 1 this week. Young
I says that the roads
8 are indescribable.
His little Winton plowed through
mud sand and chuck holes without
the slightest mishap, but he says that
he would not advise any one- making
the trip'with the roads in their present
condition.' * .' .
Among the latest sales reported to
the local branch of the Winton motor
carriage company are a Little Six tour
ing car to S. S. Booth of Los Angeles
and a Little Six Toy tonneau Winton
to Senator Finn of the same city.
Wiaton Owntr ,
- la Mud Plus
S. G. Chapman has in his exhibit an
Oakland "30" roadster, an Oakland "40*
and a Hupmobile "20." The handsome
little "Hup" in the exhibit, for which
the claim is made that It "compares
with the costliest cars as a perfect
small diamond with a large one." is
one of the hits of the show.
Tony Nichols of Welnstock & Nichols
is jubilant over the reception which
the Morgan & Wright nobby treads
have received here. He reports that
not a day goes by without one or more
new cars being equipped with the new
Fie Syrup Co.
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WHITE MOTOR CARS
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