Fahey's Hall

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to organization of 20. meet by tell tolls, San in DOWN THE PENINSULA ARREST CHARGED TO ILL FEELING ... Political Meeting Ends in Row; Man Jailed Alleges He Is Spite Victim [Specie/ Dispatch to The Call] DALY CITY. Aug. 17—Jack Keogh, arrested tonight by Marshal Pankewlcs of Daly city on charges of battery and intoxication, asserts that his arrest was due to ill feeling growing out of a political meeting held here last night j in Fahey's hall. At last night's meeting a number of political leaders organised a non- i partisan political club. Keogh was ] made secretary. F. C. Sanders waa j named as president. Frank Murphy as vice president and Mrs. Frank Murphy as treasurer. Following the meeting Keogh and a number of other members attempted to put* through an indorsement indorsement for James T. Casey of Oolma, a democratic candidate for supervisor. The meeting broke up in a fight. Tt was announced today that the club had split, and thai hereafter the factions factions would meet in different halls. Tonight Tonight Pankewicz. who is a socialist, arrested arrested Keogh. The latter denies the charges made against him. and says that his arrest was due to the trouble \nst night. He was taken to Redwood City and lodged in the county jail. NEW HEARING ON HOTEL MEN'S CASE Judge George H. Buck Reverses Decision Against Bonifaces Of San Mateo [Special Dispatch to The Call] REDWOOD CITY. Aug. 17.—Superior Judge George H. Buck has made sn .order reversing his former decision in the suit of Louis'S. Beedy of San Francisco Francisco against the San MsAep Hotel company, company, owners of the Peninsula hotel. Beedy. who is a member of the law firm of Thomas. Gerstle, Frick & Beedy, brought suit against the hotel company to recover $2,000, which amount he paid to the company on assessments which ihe claimed were illegal. The court found in favor of the plaintiff, but upon reviewing the briefs prepared by the defendant's attorneys for th* appellate court. Judge Buck reversed his former judgment and made an order for a new hearing of the case. WOMEN'S CLUB LEADER HAS CALLED MEETINGS [Special Dispatch to The Call] REDWOOD CrTY, Aug. 17.—Mrs. Percy L. Shuman of San Mateo, president president of the San Francisco district of the State Federation of Women's Clubs,

Clipped from The San Francisco Call18 Aug 1912, SunPage 40

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California)18 Aug 1912, SunPage 40
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