IN WOMAN'S WORLD
ested in Carmen. Two young Menlo matrons who are friends of his wife
could sec this. They are far from being provincial and narrow minded, and
they've lived abroad, and all that, but tin's, they believed, was going too far.
Overdoing n. they agreed, to bring Carmen to the St. Francis for every one
d admire, and flaunt the French comedy situation in his life. They
were frankly indignant, and when the man looked their way with an evident
and brazen intention of bowing to them they pointedly didn't see him.
Fancy their shocked concern when the young wife of the hero entered
and glanced over the held of tables, and fancy their amazement when she
smiled brightly at her husband with Carmen and quickly found her way to
I :ie and cordially, not to say familiarly, greeted Carmen and proceeded
to be dejeuner a trois, where she didn't seem at all de trop, to con
tinue 1:1 French. It just proved, they told one another, that you can't tell.
Distinctions are lost in cosmetics.
There was an interesting visitor from Boston last month who went to
a micareme musicale. Her wit is famous in Beacon street, where rouge is
not so burning red in the faces of women. "Didn't they all have their lips
painted?" some one asked her of guests at the musicale.
they did." she said. "Nearly every one; and the ones who didn't
looked frightfully anaemic."' Which is the sad truth of unpainted faces in a
brilliant period of cosmetics.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Drummond
MacGavin. who, with their little daugh
ter, left yesterday morning for the east
en route to Europe, Mrs. Douglas Fry
entertained at an informal tea on Pun
day afternoon. The house was adorned
with spring blossoms and greens.
Among those who extended bon voyage
to the travelers were Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Boswell King, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Baker. Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Stone, Miss Gertrude Thomas. Miss
Elise Partridge. Miss Bessie Ashton,
Miss Floride Hunt, Miss Ranch, Ray
Ashton. W. Ranch, Bernard Ford. Ken
neth Moore. Philip Baker. Fred Till -
mann, Ralston Curtis. Carlton Curtis.
George Willcutt. Herbert Schmidt, Ru
dolph Rertheau. William Jackson and
Al Holmes. Ms. MacGavin will go di
rect to Norway, which will be the
future home of the couple, while Drum
mond MacGavin will go to Spitzenberg.
where his mining interests wiii require
iiis attention for several weeks.
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THE brilliant period of cosmetics
in San Francisco's history has
caused social confusions. Inev
itably so. Mistakes can't be
avoided with every one rouged alike
and low necked gowns for luncheons.
It was one of these that caused a con
tretemps at the St. Francis. Tt was so
very V. There was a charming face
above it; a Carmen type—scarlet lips,
penciled lashes and shining eyes that
were perfectly shadowed and wonder
fully expressive when they looked into
tlie eve-,' nf a innn arrows the» table.
* * *
From Maine comes the announcement
of trie marriage of Miss Elizabeth Win
slow and Lieutenant Franklin Babcock
of the coast artillery corps, which was
celebrated In the eastern city April 9.
It was a quiet affair, only the members
of the Immediate families being pres
ent. The bridegroom is well known in
this city, where before his entrance
into the army he made his home. lie
is the son of the late Genera! John
Breckinridge Babcock and Mrs. Bab
cock, who at present is traveling in
Europe. He is a brother of Captain
Conrad Babcock. who married Miss
Marian Eells, and the late John Bab
cock. who married Miss Gertrude Eells,
was another brother.
I>ieutenant Babcock entered the ser
vice a couple of years ago and was sent
to Old Point Comfort, Va. fall he
was stationed In Maine, where he met
his bride. On their return from their
honeymoon Lieutenant and Mrs. Bab
cock will make their home in Fort Wil
liams. Me., where the bridegroom will
be stationed for tbe next three years.
* * *
With th» brilliance of a naval setting
the marriag-e of Miss Wynne Martin,
the only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wil
liam A. Martin, to Lieutenant John K.
Pond, U. S. N.. was celebrated at 8:30
o'olock last evening- In St. Stephen's
church. Rev. George Swan. Who has
known the groom since childhood, read
the service, assisted hv Rev. George
Wright, rector of the church. The bride
was given in marriage by her father.
She woro a robe of white satin with an
overdress of lace and a coronet of
orange blossoms surmounted her bridal
veil. Her bouquet was orchids and
lilies of the valley. Miss Roberta Lion,
maid of honor, wore pink satin veiled
in white chiffon and trimmed with
crystal, and the bridesmaids
gowned alike in pink chiffon over satin
of the same shade. The maid of honor
carried a shower bouquet of bridesmaid
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THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912.
Betrothal Is Announced
At Tea in Friend's Honor
c 1 — ■ ■ *■
Miss Elizabeth Stetson, v>ho, at a lea given by her in honor of Miss Jane j
Wickersham yesterday, announced her engagement to Paul Charles Butte.
AT a tea friven yesterday afternoon by Mi-- lilizabeth Stetson in
honor of Miss Jane YYickersham. the fiancee of James Stuart McXab,
announcement was made of the engagement of the pretty hostess to Paul
Charles Butte, a prominent business man of this ciiy.
The engagement was made known by means of tiny cards bearing' the
message "Betrothed" and the names of the principals. These were piled high
in a Preach gilt basket, tied with orchids and white tube, and were presented
to the guests as they entered.
The home was handsomely decorated for the occasion. Branches of
white roses mingled with American beauties and crimson tulips in the adorn
ment of the reception room and hall, while in the dining room the decorations
were of pink bridesmaid roses and fernery.
The bride elect and her guest of honor \v?rc assisted in receiving by
Mrs. John Walter Stetson, Mrs. Bertram! Yorkc, Mrs. UaroW Casey. Mrs.
roses, ■while the other attendants Car
ried bouquets of love roses and maiden
The bridesmaids were Miss Alice
Morse, Miss Arabella Morrow. Miss
Oneida Madison. Miss Ruth Kreoso.
Miss Madeleine Trent and Miss Bessie
Pond, a sister of the groom. Robert
Van Zandt was the boat man and the
groomsmen were Paymaster Spencer
Dickinson. Lieutenant Frank Hall; Lieu
tenant Herbert Kays. Lieutenant Karl
lyonjj, I*. S. M. C. and Lieutenant Lee
Scott Border, Foilowins the marriage
a reception for.the bridal party and the
relatives of the couple was held In Ihe
Fell street residence of the bride's
parents. Mrs. Pond is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. William Arthur Martin,
and a sister of GFeorge ft and William
Arthur Martin Jr. Lieutenant fond is
the son of Captain and Mrs. Charles P.
Pond. He is attached at present to the
Buffalo. On their return from their
honeymoon the y otitis: couple will make
their home, jn Coronado, where the
bridegroom will be stationed for some
* * »
The marriage of Miss Minna Van
Bergen, the only daughter of Mrs. K.
A. Van Bergen, to Donald Jadwin, son
of the late O. H. Jadwin of New York.
is set for Thursday, June ♦>. The cere
mony will be performed at 5 o'clock at
the home of the bride's grandmother,
Mrs. Anna L. Bauer, at 2512 Pacific ave
nue. Rev. Mr. Krnthal of the German
Lutheran < hurHi will he the officiating
clergyman. As It will be impossible
for Berrien Anderson, who was sched
uled to support his uncle as best man,
to be in California at that time, the
bride and groom have decided to be
unattended. After a brief honeymoon
the couple will go to San Rafael, where
they have already engaged a cottage.
The news that the future home of Miss
Van Bergen will be in California in
stead of New York, as was- intended
originally, will be learned with pleas
ure by their many friends here. Donald
Jadwin is a member of the firm of O.
H. Jadwin of New York. After his
marriage he will engage In business in
this city. At present he is visiting nil
sister. Mrs. Frank B. Anderson, at her
home In San Rafael.
Among the many delightful affairs of
the last week none was more so than
the weekend party given In the Los
Altos home of Mr. and Mna. William
Crittenden, of which A 1 Humphreys wis
host. Motorintr. horseback riding, ten
nis, swimming', billiards and dancing;
all amusements for both out doors and
in. were provided by the host. Mr. and
Mrs Andrew Carrigan chaperoned the
party, and the guests were Miss Mar
garet Carrigan, Miss Elizabeth Ruei.
Miss Katherlne- Hooper. Miss Margaret
i Everett. Miss Helen Nice!. Miss 6ra< c
! Foley, Jack Carrigtn. Noble Hamilton.
Jack Williams, Joseph Hutchinson,
■ Frits yon schradef and Tom Hum
• * *
The St. Francis hotel, always a favor
ite place for luncheons of an informal
! nature, was the scene of several small
j parties yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J.
j Redding and Miss Redding were at one
table, while at another Mrs: Herbert.
i Moffitt, Mrs. Willard Drown, Mrs. W.
I Porter. Miss Gertrude Jolliffe, Miss Vir
ginia Jolliffe and Miss Mary Jolliffe
I formed a congenial group Mr., and
j Mrs. Laurance Irving Scott and Mrs.
William Taylor and Mrs. Walter Mar
! tin were also luncheon guests.
"Fair Hill*," the beautiful Pan Rafael
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur YY. Foster,
was the scene of a hrilliant dinner last
eveninjr, when Miss Martha Foster en
tertained in honor of Miss Marie Louise
Foster and TCldridsre Green, whose mar
riage will taki-' place next Saturday.
Those hidden to meet Mhe sruests ..f
honor were th<> members of the bridal
?>arty, Miss Edith yon Schroder. M'ss
Janet yon Schroder. Miss Enid Foster,
Miss Minna Van Bergen, Miss F"dith
Lowe. Leonard Abbott, Horace Clifton,
Donald Jadwin. Frank de Lisle, Fred
Woods and John Cushtng.
ONLY $00 WOMEN TO
SERVE AT ELECTION
OAKLAND, April 15.—Due to the in
experience of women as election offi
cers, only T>oo women will serve, as
against 1.20«> men, at the presidential
primary ejection Ifay 14. The m« >.r\ win
outnumber the women two to one. The
hulk of the women will serve in Oak
land and Berkeley.
Jack de la Montariya, Mrs. Newton
Rosecrans, Miss Florence Rravcrtnan,
Miss Laura Pearkcs, Miss Edith
Pearkos. Mis.s Aimcc Raisch, Miss
Christine McNab, Miss Olympla Goldar
acena, Miss Elyse Osborne and Miss
After the tea members of the receiv
ing party were entertained a.t dinner
Bt.il were joined by a congenial
number of men. The evening closed
with an informal dance.
The bride eleel is the daughter of
Mf. and Mrs. John Walter -Stetson, and
is a sister of Miss Ethel Stetson and of
Arthur stetson. J, B. Station is an
hit lc ,hhl .Mrs. Sarah Stetson WlßSlow,
Mrs Robert Oxnnrd. William U. Wheel
er, Charles stetson 'QTheeler and Harry
Stetson are cousins. Miss Stetson re
ceived her education at Miss Murrison's
and Miss Hamlin's schools, and since
her, entrance into tbe social jrayeties of
the city she has been a favorite among:
the younger set.
Paul Charles Butte Is the senior part
ner of the Butte Engineering company
of San Francisco, and his business in
terests In Portland, Seattle and Victoria
bavc made him prominent In the north
ern cities as well. He is a graduate of
The marriage will Tie celebrated in
the first week of June and the honey
moon will be passe.l on the continent.
The future home of the couple, how
ever, will be in the city.
THIS FLING A
Hard Throw Home
VK.MCIv Cal.. April 1-5. —"I never
■. w ) girl yet who could throw a ball
iard," was the taunt directed at Miss
Elu Dunn, a young society woman of
Santa Monica, by Q#ca* Hidinger while
romping on the beach yesterday.
Miss Dunn hurled the baseball at
Hidinger with all Of Her strength. H -
failed to stop it with his hands and- the
'ruck hip nose, breaking it.
tiidlnger did "not know that Miss
Dunn holds the world's baseball throw
ing record for iros»en with a toss of
DELEGATES ARE ELECTED
TO GRAND CONVENTION
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA CI*ARA, April 15. —At the
regular meeting of St. Elizabeth eooi
ety No. 15, Rozas Convertidas, Mrs. M.
Leal, Mrs. M. Mello, Mrs. J. P. Aszevado,
Mrs. M. Santos and Mrs. Mary Sllva
were elected delegates to the grand
convention of the order, which meets
at San Luis Obispo during the second
week in July.
The following ofTrcers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. M, Mello: vice presi
dent. Mrs. J. Aszevado; secretary, Mrs.
M. Kilva; treasurer. Miss Eva Aszevado;
M. of C.. Miss Mary Cunha; marshal,
Miss Tlllie Oliver: O. S., Mrs. Rose
Limas; physician, Dr. G. W. Fowler;
directors, Mrs. M. Lewis, Mrs. .). Otorel
and Mrs. M. Martin.
DETROIT WOMAN WILL
LECTURE ON "ELIJAH'
Miss May Blodgett of Detroit, a noted
bible reader, will give a series of four
lectures on "Elijah," beginning- this
evening and continuing until Friday,
at the Mission Baptist church. Bartlett
street near- Twenty-second and Mission.
A special meeting for women will be
i.'U Thursday afternoon g,t 2:30 o'clock.!
ihow af Corf
Rehearsals have been going on with
a marvelous energy within the last few
feys in preparation for tho California
club vaudeville matinee, which conies
off this afternoon at the Cort theater.
Anions the features of unusual at
tractiveness will dp living pictures un
der the direction of Mrs. F. L. Baldwin.
Miss Alice Wolff appearing- as Lady
Ellenborough (after rtteiler in the Mu
nich gallery); Miss Nella Wilson, In her
grandmother's wedding gown; Miss
Wilma Haisted (after Harrison Fisher),
"Fairest of the Fair." Mxts Violet Cook,
and two pictures from the "Arabian
Mrs. Hazel Pay Connell will give
some exquisite Grecian dances, and, by
way of contrast, C. William Kolb and
Olgjf Steck will do a "Texas Tommy"
which is said to be screamingly funny.
Miss Carolyn Dodd will sing, as will
Miss Gladys Kaighin. Miss Alberta
l.ivernash will be the pianiste of the
Among those who have been working
for the success of the affair are Mrs.
Arthur Cornwall. Mrs. L, M. Skinner,
Mrs. G. D. Patterson. Mrs. H. C. Tib
bitts, Mrs. James C. Crawford and Mrs.
Mrs. Kendrick has rewritten her
"Spinsters of Utopia," which was given
at the annual jinks of the California
'club, and some'new and amusing fea
tures have been Introduced.
EVIL OF INTEMPERANCE
PITTSBTRG. April 15.—Rev. John N.
| I'nderwooi.l of Pittsburg addressed a
| temperance rally held in connection
j with the Columbia union conference of
[the Seventh Day Adventists. He said:
That 3,600 wives are killed every
: year with revolvers, hatchets, knives,
| clubs and other weapons.
That 2.500 babies are killed by
[drunltea fathers, who fall into bed and
I crush their lives out.
That 90 out of every 100 divorces
are caused by liquor.
That 1 SO.ooo men and women go in
sane every year.
That it costs the country $21,329,228
annually to care for the insane from
drink, and $37.">42.736 to prosecute
thoae who have become criminals from
the same cause.
I'nderwood stated that a procession
72 miles long marched into their graves
every year. The money spent for
liquor last year-, he said, would make
a pile of silver dollars 2,367 miles
MRS. KATHERINE SMITH
WITHDRAWS FROM RACE
RICHMOND. April 15.—Stating that
the reason for her candidacy had been
misconstrued, Mrs. Katherine Smith,
who recently filed a nomination peti
tion for school trustee for the four year
term, announced today that she would
withdraw her hame.
Four other candidates remain and
a primary has been called for April
20 to decide who shall be the nom
inees at f,he regular school election
The candidates are Mrs. Virginia
Geoghegan, E. 1.. Jones (Incumbent!,
L. W. Thole and A. H. Burnett.
J. O. Ford and Joseph Barker are
candidates for trie six year term.
OUTDOOR ART LEAGUE
COMPILES A LEAFLET
Members of the Outdor Art league,
at their meeting yesterday, compiled a
leaflet from the essays on -window
boxes sent In recently, to be issued to
the public as a guide in building and
planting to make the city beautiful.
An effort is being made to protect
Van Ness avenue from the building
of a car line, and the league is urging
the construction of the projected tun
It is believed that thaa*e tunnels will
save Van Ness avenue.
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At restaurants, hotels, and fountains,
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Don't travel without it.
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Take no imitation. Just say "HORULTS."
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FRIDAY AFTERNOON, April 19, 3:15
TKKKTS—SI.SO and $1.00.
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Management of CCSTAV MAXN.
Miss Alice Wolff.
Who Will Appear
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Hundreds of Popular Selections 15c —For Instance:
Moonlight Bay Oh, Mr. Dream Man
Ragtime Violin Rum Turn Tiddle
They Gotta Quit Kickin' Gaby Glide
My Dawg Around King Chanticleer
Everybody's Doing It That Baboon Baby Dance
Creatore I Got You, Steve
That Hypnotizing Man If You Talk in Your Sleep,
Take a Little Tip From etc.
Father When I Was 21 and You
That Mysterious Rag . Were Sweet 16
Love's Dreamy Strain Please Don't Take My Lov-
Daddy (New Rag Song) ing Man Away
Operatic Songs 30c Each
For the Lord's Sake, Play a Waltz Elsie Janis
Bless Your Ever Lovin* Little Heart Elsie Janis
Beautiful Lady The Pink Lady
By the Saskatchewan The Pink Lady
Excuse Me, Mr. Moon.Alice Lloyd in Little Miss Fixit
Have You Ever Loved Another Little Girlie ?
.'. Alice Lloyd in Little Miss Fixit
If You Will Be My Eve, I'll Build an Eden for You
Alice Lloyd in Little Miss Fixit
If I Should Plant a Seed in Your Heart. . . Ada Reeves
Dear, Delightful Women The Balkan Princess
Dreaming The Balkan Princess
Wonderful World The Balkan Princess
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VICTOR TALKING MACHINES, SHEET MUSIC ANT* MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
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ROUND TRIP TO
Atchison $ 60.00 New York $108.50
Baltimore 107.50 Omaha 60.00
Boston 110.50 Philadelphia 108.50
Chicago 72.50 Portland Me 113.5Q
Duluth 79.50 St. Joseph 60.00
Kansas City 60.00 *St. Paul 73.?< )
73.50 Washington 107.50
Montreal 108.50 St. Louis 70.00
Final return limit October 31, 1912.
DATES OF SALE
May 3, 4, 9 to 19; 29, 30.
June 6 to 8; 13 to 15; 17 to 20; 24, 25, 27 to 29:
July 1 to 3; 15, 16, 22, 23, 28 to 31.
August 1 to 7; 14 to 15; 22 to 24; 29 to 31.
September 4 to 8; 11, 12.
*April 25, 26, 27 to St. Paul and Minneapolis only.
Through Sleepzr Service to the East
rEvery day through Standard sleepers t i
SOUTHERN PACIFIC I Omaha and Chicago with daylight ride
AHn DITDT ' through Scenic Colorado.
t\LMU OUKLIIMUIUM REvery day through tourist sleeper service
I with personally conducted tourist sleep-".
j excursions every Tuesday, Wednesday,
1 Thursday and Sunday.
WESTERN PACIFIC (Through tourist sleepers for Omaha, Chi
a MT-k n „ni ''ago. and the East Mondays. Thursdays
AND BURLINGTON J and Saturdays—daylight ride through
j Feather River Canyon. Salt Lake, and
Scenic Colorado. Personally conducted
SHASTA ROUTE r From Portland and Seattle two Northern
OR STEAMSHIP J Facific-Burlington. two Great Northern -
"S Burlington through trains for Chicago, St.
I Louis, Kansas City, etc.
Five Barling-ton High Class Electric Lighted Trains from Denver East Every Day
n*' ——■" Let us explain the diverse routes and other privileges
available at the above excursion fares. >f[
W. D. SANBORN, General Agent
685 Market St., San Francisco Cal.
J. P. A. NAMES
The Juvenile Protective association
met yesterday afternoon for the nomi
nation of officers, the election to be
held the third Monday in May.
The nominating committee, which
consists of Mis. A. EL Gardiner, Mr-.
Bert Schle.singer, Mrs. Mary C. Bell,
Mrs. A. B. • Spencev, Mrs. M. M. Fit 7.
[Gerald, Mrs. William Grosse and Mrs.
jM. W. Barr. announced the following
President. Mrs. D. F. Raran: flr«t rice presi
| «lenl. Mrs. Bert SchleMnsrer; second rlec presi-
I dent. Mrs. 34. C. Bell: tlilrd Tic- president. Mrs.
!M. M. Kitxsernld: fourth vice president. Thnni:,s
iK. Harden: aecrctary. Mrs. »'. M. Weymann; hs-
I sistant'secretary. .Mrs. A. B. Bpewcer; treasurer.
Miss .Tnaephine T. Malloy: directors—Miss Paul
me Uart, Mrs. .i. ('. Levy. Mrs. IJMMaa Duff;.
'Mrs. A. S. Gardiner Mrs. Harry Byrne. Mis,
I Parid Martin. Dr. Mariana Bertnla. Mrs. O. H.
' Kernha.'h. Mrs. M. W. Barr. .T. ('. Aat redo. Mi-s
i Mary Magner. Mrs. Cbaatsae* Shirek. Pr. Edith
| I-amoree. Mrs. William r. Grosse. T. J. Bnci
galupi. Mips Hilda Steinhnrt. Mrs. L» B. Hernnu.
I Dr. W. .1. Burridcc Miss Mary Cnnlan. Mrs. S.
I McFadden. Mrs. William H. Nlrbnll. Mrs. S.
j Epstein, Mrs. diaries Sigwald, Mrs. I. W. Hell-
I man Jr.
It was announced tnat headquarters
and a secretary's office will be estab
lished in the Phelan building, room
106S, in the near future.
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