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VOLUME cijlX-- NO. 67."
MARDI GRAS BALL THE GAYEST OF ALL GAY ROUTS
Society Rags Early Hours to a Rag at Court oi Emperor Caesar Augustus in the Ball Room of the Palace Hotel
The gorgeous court of the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus around which the brilliant pageant of the Mardi Cras centered. In the upper row, from left to right are Guiseppe Cadenasso, Herbert Mills, Burr Mclqtosh, Courtney
Ford, Alfred McKinnon and H. McDonald Spencer. In the second row are Miss Anne Peters, Miss Aimee Raisch, Ferdinand Theriot as the Emperor Caesar Augustus, Mrs. Clement Tobin as the Empress Livia, Allan
—_ ® unn < Miss Laura Pearfyes and Miss Maryon Dunsmuir. In the lower row are Walter Martin, Madame Eugene de Coulon, Dick Lee> Cyril McNear, Miss Vera de Sabla and Dudley Cunn.
BY BURGLAR AS
HE LOOTS HOME
Man Who Robbed S. N.
Wood Residence Phones
From and Strips Riley
With the two hours that elapsed be-
his two attempts of a week ago
'Jajrt Saturday night to obtain a ran-
Foni for the Jewelry that he had stolen :
from the S. N. Wood home December
12, the burglar who committed that
crime robbed another home in the vi- ]
clnity and from there telephoned to
arrange for his second attempt of the
night to get money from Wood's
daughter, Mrs. l>. 11. Green.
The house robbed was that of S.
V. Riley, druggrisv of the Southern Pa- !
cific hospital, at 649 Central avenue. '
The burglar tonk about $100 worth of
loot, im lading - the contents of a baby's :
bank and a purse belonging to Mrs.
TMley, which had been hidden inside a
KMDKS WOMAN' tHJBCTH
Karly In the day the burglar had
telephoned to the Wood home, demand- j
ing $1,000 for the return of jewelry :
that he had stolen and specifying a j
route that was to be taken by Mrs. |
(Jreen, whom lie promised to meet. At j
7:jo o'clock that night a woman de
tective of the William J. Burns agency,
dressed to impersonate Mrs. Green,
made the trip and met the burglar, but
A short time later another telephone
mespage was received from him at the
Wood home. The woman detective
!>.>ade a second trip, nnd detectives wit
nessed her second meeting with the
burglar at 9:30 o'clock. There fol-
Lα wed a running battle, during which
■[ ny shots were iired, arid again the
man made his escape.
Burns detpctivps. tracing the origin
Continued vu l'njju 3, Cwluem a
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
"The People's Newspaper ,,
Mrs. Clement Tobinin her rich costume and magnificent jewels as the Empress Livia and Ferdinand Theriot as the Emperor. Caesar Augustus.
SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913.—PAGES 1 TO 10.
j "An Independent Newspaper" \
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Emperor's Alias Is Ferdi
nand Theriot; the Em
press—Who Else But
Mrs. C. Tobin
Anachronism and the devil had their
handful last night in the court of Cae
It was up to the devil; they had to
get him good and tired, so that he
would lie still for the 40 days and 40
nights of the flood of piety and devo-