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VOLUME 113.—N0. 177.
CORT GIVES LIST
OF HIS BOOKINGS
FOR SUMMER RUN
Season of Notable Attrac
tions, Here for the First
Time, Announced by ; -
Magnate
THEATER SCHEDULE
FULL TO JUNE, 1914
Will Pick Site for : Shuberts'
Hippodrome Shows, Com
ing in Fair Year
John Cort, theatrical magnate, is in
town for a few days after an absence
of nearly a year, his pockets ' bulging
with contracts that are an assurance
of many good things to be tabulated
on San Francisco's theatrical menu for
the season. Mr. Cort will depart
Wednesday for Seattle for a vacation
on his farm near that city, lie will
return to New York August 1 and de
vote himself to his new productions,
The announcement that San Francis
cans will have an uninterrupted sum
mer of notable attractions appearing
here for the first time was made by ,
Cort. ■'■'..' '■:.-'-'■-'■'.". *
•'The tremendous success achieved
by the Gilbert and Sullivan Comic
Opera company during their, month 8
run at my theater last year has been
the means of proving to Messrs. Shu
bert and other eastern producers that
San Francisco Is the ideal . city for the
presentation of big attractions in the
summer." said Mr. Cert. ■ i '
•'The climatic conditions are so ad
mirable that amusement lovers are as
eager for good shows la that season
as in winter. Conditions in New York
are so different that it took a real
knockout like that of the Gilbert and
Sullivan company to make it clear to
eastern managers that the tremendous
expense of sending big companies to
the coast during June. July and Au
gust would be warranted."
ATTRACTIONS FOR YEAR
The summer shows at the Cort will
include "The Passing Show of 1912,"
John Mason In "As- a Man ! Thinks,"
Eva Tanguay at the head of a vaude
ville show, and a return engagement
of the Gilbert and Sullivan forces pro
ducing "lolanthe" among other comic
operas.
Mr. Cort announces that his theater
here Is booked solid to June 21, ItH,
with the following attractions, in ad
dition to those noted above: "Ready
Money," "The Bird of Paradise," "The
Merry Countess," "The Girl of My
Dreams," Kitty Gordon in "The En
chantress," Annie Russell in a reper
toire of English plays, William Faver
sfcam in "Julius Caesar," "Within the
La-K-," "Little Women," "Bought and
Paid For," Robert Man tell in Shake
spearean repertoire, Gertrude Hoffman,
Gaby Deslys, Trentini in "The Firefly,"
Harry Lauder, "The Blue Bird." "Fanny's
First Play." "The Purple Road." "The
Five Frankforters," "The Whip, "The
Passing Show of 1913," Sothern ' and
Marlowe In Shakespearean repertoire,
and Anna Held and Lillian Russell,
each of the latter two -being at « the
head of road vaudeville shows* under
management of Mr. Cort.
Ail star acts only, presented by < per
formers who have been seen in $- at
tractions throughout the country, will
be seen in these vaudeville ' shows.
SITE FOR HIPPODROME SHOWS
Mr. Cort has been commissioned by
the - mberts to select a site here for
the erection of a vast amphitheater,
covering a block in area, for the pro
duction of the New York Hippodrome
shows j which will run during the en
tire period that the Panama-Pacific
exposition is in operation. He will,
if possible, determine on this site be
fore departing for the north.
In the production of the Hippodrome
shows over 600 . performers and stage
hands will be required.. An enormous
tank will -be built - for the famous
plunging elephants and horses.
"V.ii considers that it ought to be
the biggest amusement feature in con
section with the fair. During the en
tire summer of 191.".. the Cort theater
here will house the Winter Garden
Show. .. ' '" .: ■ '.' '■■■'."■■■
Ft is of especial interest to San
Franciscans to know that it looks as
though Laurette Taylor, who is star
ring at the Cort theater. New York,
in "Peg o' My Heart," will probably
break all Gotham records for a woman
star. Miss Taylor is now in the sixth
month of her engagement and Cort
believes , that the clever actress will
hold the boards for a full year's run.
CHILEAN OFFICERS COME "
TO INSPECT SUBMARINES
They Arrive Here on Their AVa.r to
Seattle, "Where Divers Are
Under Construction
To Inspect Chile's first two sub
marines, now under construction in
Seattle yards, Lieutenants Luis; Cis
ternas and Villalobos- of the Chilean
navy arrived yesterday on the steamer
Acapulco from Ancon.
With the completion of war craft
now. under construction, Chile will
have the strongest navy of any of the
Southern American republics, ' accord
ing to the officers. •
The navy at present consists of two
battleships, five cruisers and 16 tor
pedo destroyers. , Besides the two sub
marines under construction in this
cc-antry, there are two battleships and
six torpedo destroyers' being built ,in
England. The submarines will be
completed-; within J four months.
Chile will send a cruiser here in
1315, according to the naval officers
who will depart ;la a few;' days- or
Seattle.;- _ -.;■..-■ ;. -' . ■ .. ; •
BISHOP HANNA HELPS
DAY NURSERY HOMES
I •>(■!'• for < a line I* Hie Fimt Since
Coming: to Mm FraH-
Cist'O
-..Right Rev. Edward J. Hanna. auxil
iary bishop of San Francisco, will de*
liver his. first public lecture in San
Francisco tomorrow >■ evening , in --St.
Mary's cathedral, taking- as his subject
The Influence of Christ on the 'Social
Life of Men." :; V
The;lecture will be for the benefit of
the children's day homes, under the
■ are of the Sisters of the Holy Family.
There are four of these/ homes, St!
Francis, Holy Family : and St. Mary's
Day homes and St. Joseph's Kinder
garten and - .Training , , school, "■ where
children may be left by mothers while
they go out to work. '
St. Francis Day home at 1411 Powell
street is the largest and < oldest,'; hav
ing been ■ established" in : 1579. Besides
nurseries and play -sewing:?and
other occupations are taught. The
other. homes are conducted on a r similar
order.
,
MULE PUTS KICK IN PANTAGES BILL
How Catchy Acts Look to Call's Cartoonist
An evil tempered mule in Sharp's comedy circus provides lots of side splitting amusement for Pon
tages theater audiences this rvecl?. Other < numbers are: Punch Jones and company in '*'Follies of
Coontown"; three Elliotts, harmony harpists; Dainty June Roberts and company in "The Doll
Makers Dream" ; Clara ; Howard, "the vivacious comedienne"; Reeves and Werner, a singing
duo; Carl and Lillian Mueller, "exponents of circular manipulations" and a splendid comedy
motion picture with "Bingo" in the leading role. '}'' ',<
JEWISH HOSPITAL
AID SOUGHT HERE
Pleas Made at Mass Meeting
to Back Pasadena Tuber
cular Project : .
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'■:'■ Preliminary steps were taken yes
terday to establish a■; San Francisco
branch of the Jewish Consumptive Re
lief association with the appointment
of an ; excutive committee to stimulate
public interest and take the first action
in establishing , an active organiza
tion. •,. -- ; : '-' : ■ : '■■■'
"This action was taken at a mass
meeting:(in'J Temple Beth Israel, at,
which the purpose; and need of an or
ganization %tb< assist in V the establish;;
ment of a:« sanatorium for tubercular
sufferers were outlined. .* - '; * ;{> -*-.;."/.;"-< :
More than 1500 % members have been
obtained In Los Angeles, and it is pre- :
dieted that a like number will be ; en
rolled in San Francisco. ; ■;.-.,
. The association has J purchased - &""}. 10
acre tract between Pasadena and Mon
rovia. Two .'structures '< on this land i
are to ibe i made ;' into \ first cjiass; sana- I
toriums as , , soon as funds are available.
It is proposed to , make the institu- J
tion similar to the National Jewish |
hospital in Denver/ The r sanatorium
is to be ; nonsectarian : and will ' receive j
all patients gratis. " •>"'■'.-.■ j-,%-yir;-'
"County institutions, at ; best," said
Dr. ,M-, E. Lane, one of the " speakers, i
"are not adapted to the "> treatment j
of consumptives. Other institutions
throughout the V country :; are M crowded. |
The care ■' of those sufferers who have i
come to California is a. serious prob
lem. To * see them about the streets ]
of J Los Angeles will substantiate my
statement. * We already have ;50 pa- j
tients on the waiting list. Ran Fran
cisco is known-. for its ; generosity and
I am confident that we shalj-meet the
same measure of , s .success here as we
did in , Los Angeles."
: Barnet : Cohen made ;an .eloquent
plea on behalf >of "white plague', , , .vie-"
tims. Others who spoke were Rev. M.
S. Levy, W. 11. Wascerwitz and William
H. Newburgh. " • ',
' The " following were appointed as an
executive committee: Rev. Mr. Levy,
.lacob i Greenebaum, ' Otto Irving- ; Wise,
William H. Newburgh and G. C. Fting
olsky. - - ' '■-_;■';'■
SOCIETY /WAITS FOR
MAETERLINCK DRAMA
Mrn.i.\l W. S«oll Jr. Iμ Ca»t for Role
of "Mary Magdalene 'by.:- the ■ ■ ;;
--. JMayern' ('lnb ;
S.jf iety is awaiting , the rise of the
curtain' in" 1 the ; Sorosis ■ clubhouse t next
Wednesday i .evening when j Maeter
linck's ■" '■ drama. ■; "Mary Mag-dalene,"
with Mrs. A. W. -Scott Jr. in the title
role, : will be .staged :*byJ; the £ Players'
club. ':,". ■ V.-.'■■-':; r :-r'^.;:.-_''''4
Interest is taken In Mrs. Scott's pre
sentation of the leading , > character us
it is one which calls for intense and
powerful 1 acting-.: Those who 'saw? lior
interpretation of Hauptinann's Klga 1
believe' she will "achieve: a triumph in
"Mary Magdalene." .♦■ .
:; The leading : male character, Lucius
Vera* .v/ill be played, by i Francis I.
Buck , •
RED MEN HOLD ANNUAL
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Degree of Pocahontas of Bay
Cities Takes Part in
Council of Sorrow
," San . Francisco s> and bay counties
tribes of the Improved Order of s> Red
Men and councils of i the ; Degree of J Po
cahontas, the woman's auxiliary of the
order, held the annual council of sor-
row of ' the - lodge yesterday; afternoon
in Temple Sherith Israel, when memo
rial'services for the dead of the organ
izations during '.: the past :?>■ ear were
given."V''?. ■■'■-'-'■■ry-i. ;■,-■". x■',-..:..'.;• ;'■*.'.-■'■> =:;';/;...v*j-Vy;
This ceremony/.has had to be moved
from Red Men's hall on account of the
large attendance. Each : ! tribe and coun
cil fin • San ( Francisco and \ the bay coun
ties had an official delegation of 10
members present, in addition to the
friends and relatives. Edgar C. Levey,,
president of the general committee and
great trustee of the order in California,
presided, , ; and Theodore , f A. Bell, a mem
ber of Otonka tribe at Nax>a, delivered
the : memorial | address.' "J Rev. William
Rader gave the eulogy and benediction.
V^The;;:; Knickerbocker quartet, I* com
posed of A. O. Williams* Frederic
Purdy.- D. 18. ' Crane "\ and 'L. A. Larsen,
"contributed 5a V number of vocal § selec
tions. William L. Blayney rendered fa*
saxophone solo, and : Warren D. All on
• gave an organ selection. Miss Julie
jCotte of Seminole council, L. A. Larsen,
j .Mrs. William B. Hughes of Opequon
council, and J : Frederic -i Purdy sang. S."
Edgar Goldsmith of ; '. Shoshone \s.; tribe
played a violin solo. - ' < .■*..*." ',
">Great' Wenonah Emma ; Wedemeyer
read the ' list of honored dead of the
Degree of } Pocahontas, and grand rep
resentative J. Harry Hutaff, secretary
of the general committee, performed fa'
like service for the Red Men. Chief of
Records Porter L. Bliss ; delivered his
I invocation.
FLEEING THIEF FALLS
INTO A HIDING PLACE
He Is 1 Captured by Police- After l.eav-
Ing: Retreat to Take
'Train
Hidden in i a large ■ packing- , case, into
which he fell in his ;: r flight. Morris
Soramers, age 19, for six hours eluded
the police Saturday night, after rob
bing: the home of Mrs. R. Newak, 3962 A
Eighteenth street, of jewelry valued at
$ICS. His capture was not effected
until he left his hiding ; place and at
tempted to take a train from the city.
7 Mrs. ; Newak returned home to find
her house ransacked and her jewels
missing. . As ~ she i went through the
house saw Stammers " run out of Z the
back door. She gave chase, shouting
as she ran. Neighbors aided in ; the
pursuit. t Suddenly Sommens disap
peared f completely from view.
p"i Detectives cauffbt f Sommers at the
Oakland mole as lie was about to leave
for Chicago. . ' •
Sommers admitted the crime, the
jewelry being' found on his person by
the detectives. He explained that in
leaping over a - fence ho fell into a
packing case in the ''. rear of 471 Noe
■street, and considering it a safe hiding
place, he lay in the box for six hours.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
DRY YEAR BOURN'S
EXCUSE FOR RAISE
Spring Valley Head Also
Cites Realty and Inter
est Increases
The Spring Valley Water company,
by W. B. Bourn, its \ president, has ad
dressed another communication to > the
water rates ' committee ':? of V the board
of supervisors^ reiterating arguments
for an increased water rate. ' i
The I? communication dwells on ; the
fact that interest rates have increased
during -^ recent years, that property
valuations throughout California , ;; have
increased and -.-, that C the fi coming fiscal
year will follow a succession of , two
of !, the driest ■■' year* ?in the i history of
the company, necessitating i'extensive"
additional pumping sat the established
stations as ■ well •as pumping ;at five
plants which have never before been
operated. " '" : '-./'■'- : ~ i :~ •~ :y -", ~"'-V"l
The company ; disposes of the matter
of extending its I service with ? the ' fol
lowing: ' ■ •
"Any ; increase .in business j for the
next fiscal year is problematical as we
do not know if we can or if we should,
considering the conditions of f the £ sup
ply, take on additional § consumers,- and
with your | consent we would ?.be ~, will
ing: to v decline .to take on new con
sumers as the best policy looking to
the maintenance of the supply to those ;
already connected to our - system." • >
~c r The letter concludes:
; , "We can not J too strongly impress
upon £ you .*- our ; earnest hope that '. you
will fix rates that will assist us^n 1
performing our duty to the commun
ity,v and thus lead to ; conditions that
will I help] harmonize all differences."
The Water Supply: Warning!
V ;..-., The water consumption in San Francisco v
•; now exceeds the safe, dependable supply avail
able for distribution. Until the city or the
company can increase the development of
sources now owned and install more aqueducts
to San. Francisco, extreme care must be exer
cised in the use of water
Or the Supply Will Fail. Stop All
Waste; Stop Hosing Steps and Side
walks With Water. Please Prevent
All Unnecessary Use of Water. We
Earnestly Ask for Your Co-opera
tion in Maintaining the Supply.
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SPRING VALLEY WATER CO.
FIRST TRIAL IN
BUNKO SCANDAL
WILL OPEN TODAY
Former Detective Esola, In
dicted for Grand Larceny,
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Will Be Brought Be
fore Judge Dunne
DISTRICT ATTORNEY -)
EXPECTS HARD FIGHT
Fickert Sto Submit r Names
. and Pictures of Sixty
four Swindlers
: ■ Attorneys for the defense and the
district attorney's forces are prepared
for a long legal struggle to begin when
Frank Esola, former detective in the
San Francisco police department, re
cently indicted 5 for grand larceny if as
a j result of the graft ' investigation, ap
pears j for t trial ;in Judge Frank Dunne's
court this morning. .' "■
-. Esola is the first of ' the eight/men
implicated to appear for trial. :' He is
accused of complicity in the robbery of
Vincent Vlvenzi, who was S fleeced of
$1,200 by bunko men more than fa: year
ago.": : l. -■;.>•;•:"-;:•:•. ']y'^-'^-~J-'- : -^''-'J-^i :
""■ Assisted by Assistant x District At
torneys Jame.« Brennan. Frederick Ber
ry and Aylett Cotton, District Attorney
Fickert has spent weeks in sifting the
mass l\ of •*? evidence t? accumulated >* since
the probe began. ■ He stated yesterday
; that prosecution was in readiness,
and that he believes the cases against
the men under > indictment to I>e the
most complete that have ever come to
his attention. r
HARD FIGHT IS EXPECTED
Despite , this i fact, Fickert was frank
in saying that he expected the trial to
prove one of • the hardest legal wars
ever waged in this city. ' ;."^ ■'.':'/* -/'V
When I the trial of Esola begins to
day Attorney Thomas O'Connor will
'conduct the ; - preliminaries and later
will Ibe aided \in his fight \by Attorneys
Bert J Schlesinger/and * John Barrett. ;/U
It is the purpose of the district at
torney ■to j prove that ) intimate relations
existed between the bunko men and
members of the police i force. Fickert
said j that he had I compiled a list of
64 bunko f. men \ known by the • police to
have 5 constantly frequented the saloon
at 544 Broadway, but ; never.' placed un
der arrest. ' .. .
• "Mr. Brennan and \ myself ,V have ac
cumulated evidence against the offl
cers n under indictment of ~ the i most
startling nature," ihe added. ,• "All this
will be brought out Jat the trials. :■:'■_ We
have ? every confidence of a conviction
on account of this 'evidence and J for
that reason can afford to be patient.
All we are waiting for is the trials."
FINDS PRECEDENT FOR CASE
t .While delving into the legal mazes' of
the cases he ,is about to ; prosecute,
I Fickert asserts, he' has come i across a
I parallel Scasei; of grand larceny in al-
I most ; identically "*|therv same *s cJrcum-
Lstances I under which \ Esola is a"3but to
be^tried^^^l^i-^K-^' , /,^';-;^.^^;^;^^
: ; : It Is ■ expected; that the ; first ! few days
of * the trial will be taken up with se-
I lecting the jury. It tis intimated that
i'av special panel of talesmen may be
drawn to try ' the accused, officers.
j; The i district :/ attorney reiterated his
assertion that the present grand jury
I may be retained I- in i office, despite the
i fact -> that ';• its : term *of office expires lon
the 27til of this I month. He said that
further .J indictments might be returned'
involving other .members lof the police
I department. \-' It isi'A believed that the
I compilation of the list of bunko . men
patrons of 5*4 Broadway may . have
; something to do '; with \ this i intimation.
Attached to the list Fickert has / the
photographs of v : all the men named,;
.which-; he obtained from the bureau of
identification and it is said !he will < use
them to prove ! that I the ; officers ■ had Ino
excuse for not being familar 5 with : their
faces. ' , . ' ■
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Pictures ' _ -r •■ . ■;, ~• . ,
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. .. shown—all attractive, but not ex
pensire.
, Hollywood Carbons
That Are Rare
. If you 'ire.looking for some particular
. v picture - : and < ere >. unable *to ;.■ eeeor* . "<s It '
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Traveling Bags
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■ large a, variety, as well ac I steamer]
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Engraving
J ■ Wedding'announcement*.-- invitations
~ ; ; Hud visiting cardj enp-ared. Samples
: ' and prices: upon request. , ' .•
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