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PENNIES INVADE INTERIOR
OF STATE; PRIZE LETTERS
COME FROM EVERYWHERE
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST
Write a letter of 250 words, giving your views on the
advantages of the penny. Use only on* side of the paper.
Awards will be made as follows:
For the best letter t .. ±— .'. -$58 in pennies
For the second best -letter.,.s2o in pennies
For the third best 1etter..........J..515'in pennies .
For the fourth beat letter., x -• fiQ in pennies
For the fifth best letter .';!..... '.. .^ii.j;.:...'.;, '$5 in pennies
Address your contribution td Penny Contest' Editor, The Gail...
Penny advocates ffroriv distant sec
tions of the state and even out; of t+ie
state are begi.hrrimg to send In their
letters for The Call's $100 penny, con
test. At first most of..the. letters re
ceived we.re from .the city an.d bay
ast but the' -circle, is reaching
*§*(.. i. fast.
And what a. tremendous advantage
..JtHe. penny affords! • We'Jeould hardly
hAve believed U without perusing the
hundreds e>f bright, idea crammed let
ters that have come pouring.lnV;
So, aU ye who have tarried...pro
crastinate no longer, but to work', to
work! Remember, it's only 25Q words
that you are requrred to- write and
they might be the ones to carry off
that flrst prtzs—a sack of pennies
■worth.; $50"."..
This is a stoi*y about a penny and
how one man was taught its advan
tages. The writer illustrates her
theme in an interesting fashion:
Penny Contest Editor—A peev
';'. fsh man once said to me, "What
,°." ts the use of a penny?" "Well," I
t"'..*fflplled. "a penny can be put to a
„ ■".•gobd .use ofttimes, and when short
■. penny one is sometimes put to a
"•' :goo"d deal of inconvenience."
" •.':'' •-.'.."Well."'he- said, after listening
■.-.' ; ;;to'.'me. "you're" quite right; but
"".' •:. ;*V«ry; time--I. put my hand into
;. my; jiOcket to get out my fare or
..'• pay. for cigars I always fish out
--.this. -penny, '• so I want to get rid
"" nuiaance.**- .
fieeing a-'.Poor blind man stand
.•;■", . ing-' on. .the corner, beseeching
.- '• '/;. jaassersby to help him, I said,
'"'•''}/• '"Crtypf.'l* to this blind man."
.'. '••'- '.'"Ail right," said he, and ac
'/' •- . . ror'dlhgly dropped the coin In the
beggar's hat. "There." he finally
•> i&id*..' "now I'm rid of it."
We hadn't walked twe blocks,
;;when saddenly he remarked, "Do
'•"'.yoji; Hnow. ray daughter asked me
•.'•..."this' very.morning to buy The Call
' -. :.for-.'ber, as she enjoys the maga
zine page and is anxious to read
.today's issue." So he hailed a
.;••'• .Tieysboy' and asked him for The
. ; • Call:': It then struck him that the
"•• Vperrhy..Would have come In very
•handy; jfust then, as the smallest
'He-had : jras a quarter, but buy The
• .".;■•'£ all/h.er'must Don't you think
"my'•■ friends; that he felt rather
' : fdbllsh-. •as the newsboy handed
• ' 'h'ijn- 54 -pennies? So. Instead of
jrid. as he wished,
••' -ot-..-the.'penny, he was forced to
.» ..>•' f;k'et 2* c'f th«m, which jingled
W In >H's pocket and felt quite heavy.
PROVES -VALVE OF PEWY
By means of figures this contestant
expounds the of the pen
ny. Read what-he-says about the
savings one may hoard-' through buy
ing a penny paper;. - •- .- .
Penny Contest •T:ditot>- T The
courage of a newspaper's con-vicr
tions which has been the direct
means of benefiting financially
several cities around the bay, has .
become San Francisco history.'
By this is meant the drop "In-
price of otir eVening newspapers,
which change has been wrought
wholly through the offices of The
Call. « : •
With this vicissitude there.has
been placed In our hands a weapon
with which «to combat the high
cost of living. The advantages
bestowed are all too evldeht;
making a denial impossible.
THE .NEWSPAPER HABIT
For example, vre will assume;
». : that a man has formed the habit
of buying a naw'spaper daily.
..formerly, the price was five cents:
'•..*: ... in 20 years he would spend ex
'•„'■;'•',': a £tly $362. On the other hand, at
■.•■:'■;;.t"he;present value, only-$"3 is ex
' ..:; j '.pended. a saving of $219, To the
, : " ..average person, that amount,
'.'.V-. .''-handed out gratuitously, ami es
: ■;' •-y-.ecially in coppers,-would call for
•.' ••;/•.': an exuberance of spirit from al
.rrrost any one. It would from me,
-.' -' -..'.;.• .*.c ertai n1 y.
*'./...-'• *". Those of you who, in days gone
..;\.'.'-';'"4*Jf. paid your precious nickels for
.-'••vworld knowledge Strive to ac
■ -;.. '••;-" <>ulr'e that most admirable and
•■.■•->..: ,/r'e.qujsite tendency, so strange to
:'.'Wipst of us—the ability to save.
.y'Vh* four pennies which you re
";'-. V;elve as change -from The Call
coaslder as having never
bean received—for awhlla. Re
'- . ;'; •'••member, those papers were not
always this price. Place the four
/.•*.-- " coppers into the little bank at
?•••.'■'■: -home ervery. night—and be sure
:-v-tb.e "little" bank is larger than
° -'tjie usual run. . .
•'""':'••" *.' SURPRISE n STORK
..'■' •'.."•'Then. SOME DAY, SOME ONE
/- '.•'-'•■..-'Will, be pleasantly surprised. The
".■'•■',.key will t;jrn In the rusty lock
"oand 'ouj upon the table will roll,
not one, but hundreds of the once
deepis&d' little pennies. In one
short year, if the, habit Is dlli
getrtly practiced, there will be
precisely 1,460 cent pieces.
Only pennies, scorrred and held
In contempt—but, oh: how mighty.
E. SINCLAIR,
2167 Forty-hrst avenue, Oakland.
PUNCTURES INFLATION
Inflated values are punctured by the
advent of the penny, argues this lady,
who contends that he is the man who
makes "easy money" that holds the
penny in contempt.
Penny Contest Editor—When
ever and wherever the penny be
gins to circulate freely and be a
part of commerce, the day of in
flated values and waste In buying
" recedes into the past.
And inflated values are Just as.
detrimental to a"' community at
large as depreciated values.
Either extreme is bad. What the
jlublie wants and what Is best for
lt. is TRT'E values.
If a woman runs short of 25
cent gingham and goes to pur
chase an extra * half , yard, she
mentally resents being charged
IE for it. Waste Is always
objectionable to tlje thrifty. It
is the man who makes "easy
money 4 " who* holds the penny in
contempt; the industrious, provi-
dent man or woman gives the pen
ny its true value; A HELP IN LIT
TLK THINGS.
The retail merchant finds it to
his advantage to use the odd cent.
It stimulates .business and'-acts as.
a . good advertisement; the .'cus
tomer finds it : to bis advantage •
because, he can . buy as .'small' a ■
quantity as he wants-of anything', '
without seeming' to ask .'a . favor;, • .
he thereby avoids .embarrassment -.
as wejl as waste.'-
Pennies come. in. handy.' in many
places. The children can use them . .
fpr shiall'treats', pr as an' Induce-
ment to a savings bank'account, . :
■and the "grow-nUps'.'' can .'buy 'the.'
most reliable", .newspaper, "Tlie/
Evening Call." - So-the penny ha-s
Its place in the' scheme of things-'
as .well- as the' bigger and mors
valuable coins-.- ' .•'.' •
MRS. G-EORGE S. BENNETT.. " •'•
2648 Union strefet. •
FAMILY FOUXD IT rSEFUL:
This whole family found ihe penny
useful. Baby wanted lt for her- bank
and father for his paper. . The' little
copper made them all happy. '
Penny Contest Editor — : Mary had
Just come in after going on an
errand for mother. "Mamma,* .she . .
said, "may I have a penny?";
"Yes," replied mother. . "But
why do you wish it?" ". .*
" 'Cause I want to put the .penny ■
in my bank, so that "when I grow .
up to be a big lady I shall have .
lots of big dollars."
Then in strutted Tommy with. •
an air of great importance. ;'.
"Mother, guess what I've fopnd' . •
—a penny." .'.••' ' . '■■ •'••'. '■ - ..'•
"My, isn't that fine?" '. . • '•' |
"Yes. and I'm going to buy.fbpr
marbles with it at the cprner '•
store." '' •' .. ."j
A short time afterward • in
stepped Margaret. "Mother, .you
don't know what an advantage it
is to have a penny. Every day at.
the school cafeteria they have •
something idr a. penny; It's more,
fun to get things for a penny.'.*
"Yes, Margaret; do you remem-
ber that .I told you I savea a. .
penny yesterday, when I got that
basket for S9 cents?" " -'
••Yes." '.••.•.; :'■■'■'.•' ■ '•• '. .'.;■ ;•'
"Today I we4it to a bargain sale
and I found some. of the nicest
narrow ribbon for a pe*iny a yard. •
It must have been at least-.five",
cents originally."' ■ .
That evening in came fathef'./
bearing a newspaper ln'hls lhand* •
"By Do ybu- know the "'
San Francisco Call is a mighty. -,
fine paper for only a penny?. Why,
I never saw anything like 'it."
This is only one family in which •
the penny is important! but yo.u'. •
may be sure there are many more.. •
BEATRICE SW-AN.
2934 West street, Oakland. '. •
PROVED TL'RXIXG POINT
The penny proved a turning .'point
in this woman's life and brought her
happiness in.place of dlspair. Read
this' letter; if s a human documents. :
;. Penny Contest Editor —If y-ou •.
deem this episode in a woman's";
Hfej worth publishing you are at •
liberty to do s6 —lt has for. its
basis hot fiction; but truth. •
'" . W.e came from a city where- the-
coinage exchanged was
.the American' dime. Our circum
stances, were- rather straitened. •
• and" what-available cash we- pos- '
Isessed, in a'strange town, Would,
soon vanl'sh.
Absorbed in my thoughts, won-.'
.dering how we were' going to'
svbsis-t, how I would be able to
help, my .eyes on the ground were
suddenly arrested by the. gleam of
what at first I took -to .be a' gold
•coin, but turned out to be a brand
new penny, probably lost.By some
-child. * ;
'. "A. penny. What's the goo.d?" I
.thought. I was near a park sit-.
; ting on- a benoh. -An urchin, came .
: effer.lng his evening papers. "One
cent,'*■ he cried...
"Don't bother me, I can't read."
.'• "O.h, never mind, -lady," .he rs
„ plied.;'"read the pictures," .
:• I' gave him the penny.' Perusing
the, paper absent min'dedly, I read
the want ads.' On* attracted my •
attention. I ahswered It.,' was
taken on trhtl and, Mr.
that was the means' of bringing
home many welcome dollars.' ...• .
We attribute*! It all'to "what: w.e.' .
called 4t afterward,', and to this ■
very-day—"the ruc'ky penny." And
although I am not superstitious,'
I have always had A-reverence.-for
the perfny since. And. lt' »11 Came •
through a goqd penny paper ad- •
vertisement. What this paper did •
for me I hope The Call will do for
'. others. • J'- M... Los Angeles..
GOMPERS SEES PEACE
FOR ELECTRICAL MEN
Samuel. Oompers. president of the
American Federation of Labor, an
nounced yesterday that the outlook
was good for an adjustment of differ
ences between the electrical workers
and the Pacific Gas and Electric com
pany. The federation executive offi
cers will meet again today with the
representatives of the warring fac
tions.
H£NRVMADLEY CONOUCTO*
CORT—FRIDAY, 3 P. M.
SOLOIST—CLARENCE
WIiITEHILL
(BARITONE)
Ticket*. Tht ta J2.<f»: Bot. toge Seats.
53.00. Sale at Hoi offices Cori Theater,
> Koaler It ( base, Sherman A Clay. .
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913
Closes at 6 o'clock up to and jCL_9 Hi f nS ' maS s^,n '*
including Christmas Eve. Shop early — and early in the day.
CaranCC C Winter These are
' \ app^t^^
dren every day. - Have you A • y >/ & ? (\\'/ WrW / ' \ any commonplace
. ever seen a goose'with a neck , • UiW ' ** necessity or useless trinkets— jj
one'thltw! ? All Imported Untrimmed Shapes Now $5.00 Odds and Ends of Fine' French Felt Hats, 50c •' nclw in Jl
. „ Fine plush, Lyons silk, velvet and velour de lame; many are models, White, pink, blue and champagne; all are light colors; bargains. . ■ ■ tin
istence, ano that one is San- , ov (fIpSL / , _ * t man—his-" mind. The Em- I
taa.at Tiie Emporium. All Velvet and Fine Plush Shapes at $1.95 MP* All Trimmed Hats Reduced $2.95, $3.95 to $25.00 rium v book headquarters>
• . Inose or domestic make are to. be closed out at this low figure. W ■*/ Incisive reductions in hat prices, regardless of the cost of plumage.
Annual Holiday Ribbon Sale Samples hand embrdered Net 'Robed
A sale of wonderful money saving possibilities yearly to Emporium l\ If ? Jj 1 Secured in New York at a fraction of their worth. • *
patrons, for everything that is staple, new, unusual or especially JSjf A The waist and unmade gown complete, hand em-' $ /"V. 3T 5 •
wanted in good ribbons is included and at a money saving price. JM^^S^^ ! 1 \ broidered with silk floss, on a very fine net. Tan, . VJ*-.- : '". . |
The sale opened Monday and continues throughout the week— 111 'ifV ) 1 \ gray ' ma,ze * ce *. rosc > taupe, amethy.s.t • *
take advantage of it. (First Floor and Basement, too.) |! V 1 and many others. (First Floor ; Sixth Aisle,). "'.:'• .
Women's Fancy Top Silk Lisle Hose \LA i|L A Christmas Glove for ,Womefi I
pair, 3 pair in fancy box, < ~ 1/ !\ HIiL i iUJ|) Exceptional in make, quality and value, § — QQ \
•HI 1 Beautiful quality black silk lisle hose, tipped |* U ' \ wlffllt Pk l ue * one clas P* with HeavUy embroidesed pai •• 1 " -VV
♦W/ \J m green, gold and red. full fashioned, rein- ■ \\Pk 1/ W ' 'HL *l iM Overseam, two clasp, cape and doe $kin. "glpve. '•""
forced. (First Floor, Second Aisle) VHfiSssPa V Wl * !
Free instructions in burning and SIS \ 111 1 I Special: Kid Dolls 26c to $3.0Q-;;
paper work in needlecraft dept. • \ it 1 An importer's line of samples.
Paper twisting, that includes everything from the flower and favor \ I I; No two alike " All beautiful dolls of for^gn make, "ali kinds and J;!
to the huge and substantial jardiniere, and pyrography in both ■ W wTm sizes and pnced very much below what tHey |i[
wood leather, help solve the Christmas problem. (2d Floor.) M W I | An opportunity to buy the doll in time to dress it. .(Second Floor.) |
All wool Plaid Dresses I J"# *et-95 for a smart Baikal ; ;i^it'
for a gfirPs Christmas .±" n n For the smart chiffon evenin ** -nn a €*d to 14 11
• Made with a silk.Balkan belt effect, embroidered collars and cuffs. * 1 s'°° f 1 5* U ° Made of handsome mixtures with velvet-collar and
fancy button tnrnmingr 6 to. 14 years. (Misses Section, 2d Floor. ) • ■ fr P m .917.50 up to f 35.Q0. fancy buttons in the style illustrated. .■' •'■(Second'.Fh.or.)':M
Sale of Ostermoor Mattresses at $12.45 and Supplementary S^cmA&
•. .The last opportunity of the year to buy an Qstermoor below the established Ostermoor price. We have about 40 odd in the-finest . / : ||
grade ticks, double bed style, that we are offering while they last at a price lower than the lowest of all Ostermoor prices. (Third FLf i.'/*'- < |
Plaid All-Wool.Blankets. *7.50 Pair. ' . •* ■•' Plaid Wool Blankets, f5.50 pair. Hundreds of Pretty New Comforters,'.' ••' '. ' - * "*|
\xtu- \xr F ° l i n i S 1 m , we!ght .' Silk . ' s,z e 72x84 inches. _ . Very special values. 68x80 inch size, pounds in weight. . • In silkoline and sateen covering; f1.50 up'to f4.185..- ' I
White Woo Blankets; pair, ?5-,75. • Cotton Bath Robe Blankets, «2.75. Lamb's Wool Comforts, ?4,50. to f&.'00.: \ ,; '.. . l| I
: «n,ji/ w««i m\ * * *°« « S sVa bpund ' /oxBo »nches, 5 pounds. Unmade, with cords and tassels to match and finish them. Silkoline and sateen coverings over -lamb's wool- filling. -. •
n^ ? ?-^* anke ! s . P a > r . t 50 * t ' Fancy Wool Finish Blankets. Down Comforts, from f 5.75' to -f25.00. . *n 'i I
m,.' 0x gL«i C ■ nV Zt C we,g r ,ng «lhr 2 oun ? s > soft ' h B ht > warm - . For couch covers and robes, f2.95, f3.95, f4.80 each. Beautiful, soft, warm bedding, silk, - satin and" sateen.'' "
% W Blankets, also f3.7&.pair Fancy Wool Finish Crib Blankets. Lamb's Wool Comforts, 1*.78 \o. $35.00 - :
• ■ 6»x8o inch .size, weighing pounds. These are, bargains. For baby's first Christmas, 50<, 6S<>, 7S**, $1.25, f 1.75. Inclosed in sateen, silk or satin coverings,. " (Third Floor.)
A. full dozen of handsome gift articles that will be welcomed useful ||
iM| v ' ' Metal "Handle, 50c Ash Tray and Cigar Holder, 50c Ribbon Trimmed Pin Cushion, 50c Cigar Case' of Morocco Leather, sl: =60
Oit- J Aontarnishable; a thoroughly-good and useful gift. With match safe in combination on glass base. Scrim embroidered in ribbon. (Second Floor.) Made on metal'frame. -Special valut.- >"• .
'f« A ring ' Brushes, Pair. $1.50 Nail Buffer and Tray, for $1.00. * Writing of' Walrus Ua^cKM'-.IS
" \M : USC - Genuine ebony, solid back. A daily reminder to him. 6 in. tray and buffer, untarnishable, French gray. [
■U |i Military brushes, razor, shaving brush, .comb, Humidor; Aluminum Lined; $2.00 Tobacco Jar With Silvered Top, 75c Shaving Stdnd; Complete; $1.50 •.*: ..
'' • h Holds SO gggj solid oak N °"" tarniSh * ble if * ass ' n * Mtra te d - Bevel^ mil l
n ' v * nn<> •'»"« SOc *..<...* 76c' 'ti.25 * t ll
What Property Did You
Own Five Years Ago?
How much did you add to it four years ago
three years ago
•two years ago ,
one year ago ■•
this year?
The man who bought a farm five years ago
finds it-worth a half more
or may be double as much now. . *
: . He is just finishing paying for it, had five
years and. now it is clear.
■ He is independent. The land paid for
. itself.
In the meantime he has had a good living,
enjoyed good health and had many vaca
tions and pleasures you do not have.
Valley Oaks is your answer.
We install free a pump and motor and give
you five years to pay.
Valley Oaks is close to a good, live town on
a railroad—close to markets.
Plenty of water. Well Pump and Motor
installed Free.
Valley Oaks invites investigation.
Write for the booklet. Call to see us.
Qflft A Xr STI>E & KEMDRICK,
ta*/ L I H *C %3C -3 Montgomery St.
_ San Kranelaom
\f J„' „I. Please send me your Valley
jvendrick oaks »^««.
23 Montgomery St
San Francisco Cl -" h,h
Your Telephone .Expert
THE switchboard operator who answers your
telephone call has a mission in life—her mis
sion is to serve you.
She has at her finger tips the most modern tele
phone equipment in the world. Quickness, accuracy
and courtesy are her essential qualifications.
Frequently she is called upon to act quickly in
emergencies when courage and presence of mind are
required.
It is as essential to good telephone service that
each Bell Telephone operator should be healthy
and happy, as it is that every part of the equipment
of that great intercommunicating system should be
in good working order.
In the Bell system, 70,000 operators make con
nections which furnish clear tracks for 26,000,000
telephone talks each day.
Every Bell Telephone Is a Long
u&f adfl**vvc\ Distance Station Ay JL
ft .Al) THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE |«A J
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
■ — -rz. V* =================
PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE
Last Performance Saturday Night. Dec. 6tn-
LAST DAYS
OF POMPEII
Now Showing BtJOH. NEW YORK CITT.
Only POMPEII alive on BROADWAY.
Evenings, 15c. Matinee, 10c.
Continuous, 12 M. to 11 P. M.
Coming Sunday. December 7.
George Blums'» 4UO VaDIS. One Week Only
LEADING THEATRE
M I Bills and Market.
tm ■ Mum |4 Phone Sutter 24«0.
Mgnt aud Sat. Mat
Prices 50c to «2
ROBERT MANTELL
Tonight "KING LEAR"
Thura., "RICHELIEU": FrL. "KING JOHN";
Sat. Mat.. "HAMLET": Sat.. "LOCIS XL"
Curtain at 8 Sharp Nights,; 2 Sharp Mats.
Ceaa. Sub. Mat.— H Days Oal7
Matinees Daily—Seats Thursday.
ALICE LLOYD
■ Anal a Company of 75. with
RRANK FOGARTV
"The Dublin Minstrel."
Nights. 60c to $1.50; Mau., 25c to fI.QO.
■"Sk Market
vs*wWOnly 5 Days More
School Children's Mat. Dally at 3:30
Except Saturday and Sunday. . ,
THB UNDYING STORY OF
CAPTAIN SCOTT
EVENINGS AT 8:30—25 c and 50c.
i mzM, COM NEXT MfrXPAY.
A DRAMATIZATION OF
ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' NOVEL.
TU TJ Seata Heady Thursday
JTI J-J ■ Prices 25c to «1.00
COMMON LAW
A Play Every Woman Should See.
mm i i \ 1,1,1
Hat Tomorrow —Last 5 Nights
Evelyn Vaughan, Bert Lytell
And The ALCAZAR COMPANY la
"THE ESCAPE"
Paul Armstrong's Latest Sensational Success.
PRICES—Night 25c to SI; Mats., 25c to 50c.
MATS. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
NEXT WEEK—A a Elaborate Revival of
"SALOMY JANE"
Mlas Vaagban and Mr. Lytell Beading Cast.
crravjßHtM. •'crsitAX
MATINEE TODAY AND EVERY DAY.
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
MARIS McFARLAND. the American Nlght
iDgaie, and MADAME V. id Operatic Star of
International Reputation; BILLY GOt'LD and
BELLE ASHLYN. in Songs and Sayiuga; JOBN
E. HAZZARD. Monologist; TWO CARLTON'S.
Phlegmatic Gymnasts; BYMAN MEYER, the
Man at the Piano- STUART BARNES; MA
BELLE LEWIS and PAUL MCCARTHY;
WORIJ)'S NEWS IN MOTION VIEWS, taken
exclusively for the Oipheum Circuit. Last
Week—MLLE. DAZIE, iv "Pantaloon." a plea
for an ancient family, by Sir James Matthew
Barrle.
Evening prices—loc, 25c. 50c. 75c. Box Seats
$1.00. Matinee prices (except Sundays and Hol
ldays)—loc. 25c. 50c. PHONE- DOUGLAS 70.
fJF&me//S?. opf>. Orp/teum
Sunday Night. Dee. 14th
WUI Be Yoor Last Chanea to See
ROCK and FULTON
And the Company Tbat Ha* Turned the The
atrical Business Upside Down in
THE CANDY CHOP
The Shaw—A Revelation.
The Prices—*. Revolution.
MATINEE TOMORROW.
5
M*M I, ■Jf'j"
MARKET ST. Ol'P. MASON.
ANOTHER BANNER BILL
MLLE. MINNI AMATO A in
the daring wordless drama, "THE
APPLE OP PARIS"; LAURIE
ORDWAY. the famous London Mil
itant Suffragette; MURRAY'S
COMEDY CANINE CIRCUS; MA
RIAN MUNSON & CO., In 'The Kid
naplng of Blanca"; BALZAC AND
3AKER. "Those Frisco Ragtlmers";
FRANCES LE MAI RE, "Fun on
Rollers; DAYTON,' "the one rn>n
quartet." • . "
A t AO£S ■ -'P_K j..., ■
MM Oldest 88—Tounjest 69
I 5 OLD VETERAN BOYS INBLUE 5
Mm\ Fidlllfrf ' S»°a»r»i Daneeri. Bongaof '61
■ the fwlgk
■ A THOEOIJGHLY XTKUSUoL BLAY-
S LET Of STAGE LITE,
SB FRANCONIA OPERA COMPANY
I Presontlny "AM IDYL OF VE>?ICF '
I CYfcLONIC VAUDEVILLE
BlaEaSiy
The Leading Playhouse. Geary and Masoa
Last 4 \iKlit*. MATINEE BATI RDAY.
Another Cohan and Barrts Comedy Success.
STOP THIEF
Three Act* of Hilarity.
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In "THE HIGH ROAP*
ILURLINE
IK sil AND I.ARKIN STREETS
Ocean Water Baths
SWIMMING AND TUB BATH*
Salt water direct from the ocaan. Open
•very day and ereuing. iocladlnf Sundays
and holiday*, from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Spectators - gallery free.
The Sanitary Baths
Natatorinm reserved Tneaday and Friday
mornings from 9 o'clock to noon for women
"FILTERED OCEAN WATER PLTWGE."
COMIOETABLY HEATED, CONSTANTLY
CIKCULTAING AND FILTERING.
Hot Air Hair Dryers. Electric Curling Irons
and 6ha.T>pn« Room for Women Bathers Free
BRANCH TUB BATHS, Sl5l GEARY ST.
• NEAR DIVISADERO. *

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