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AS WOMAN to
F J! I*HAT'S m a rame?
|r|r you have doubtless heard
that question a great many
times, and it has doubtless meant to you
lust what it is intended to mean — that
there is little or nothing in a name.
As a matter of fact, there is every
thing in a name.
Especially in this day and genera
tion, which is, above oil things, the day
of advertising, the day when names are
made to stand for something.
A few months ago the manufacture!
of a certain toilet product sold the copyrighted name of that product to another
firm, and for the name alone he received $10,000. Doesn't that sound as
though there was something in a name ?
i\or Was that a high price. On the contrary, the names of standard articles
fthich have been widely advertised are frequently valued as high as $25,000 or
and sometimes run into six figures.
Nor is this strange. Think how much names ratan to us in our buying.
"I Want the Such-and-Such brand of stockings" you say to the clerk at the
ttock'ing counter. And if he informs you that they are not in stock at preser.l,
and offers you something which is just as good, and cheaper, you refuse it.
Rather than take any other brand you trill hunt for these elsewhere. Why?
Because the name Such-and-Such brand has been made to mean a thoroughly
honest and desirable article to you.
I read of a bargain sale the other day in which /fi/c/ien ware Was marked
down extremely low. Did I question the value of the articles sold at such
remarkably low prices? Not a moment, for they were advertised to he of a
certain make, and when 1 found that name stamped upon them I bought all I
could afford. Why? Because I felt thoroughly safeguarded by that desirable
As you probably know, there are certain shops in Paris whose names have
come io stand so distinctively for style and beauty that people who have had the
llocd fortune to buy a garment from such a shop will rip the label out of it when
ihc garment has been worn out and sew it into a new gown in order to fceep the
prestige of that name.
There's everything in a name; there's dependability and honesty and reputa
tion, or there's the opposite of these things.
New, what's in yottr name — yours and mine?
For undoubtedly our names mean something definite to those who k nola>
its just as surely as these trade names, do. Our names are our trade marks. Our
tvords and acts advertise them. Our lives prove their worth or lack of it.
Now what does your name stand for?
When some one repeats something that you have said, do the listeners give
h respect because your name stands behind it? Or do they treat it lightly for
the same reason?
When the wisdom of some act of yours is being questioned, does the
Tscight of your name incline the balance in your favor?
Surely "wkals in a name" is a most important question, Tvhcn that name
An engager!;' ■ of Interest In this
pity is that of Mi's Josephine Pmlth of
Portland and Lieutenant Joseph An
.!T-f--,vs of the First company of field *r
tillery, now stationed at Schofield bar
?arks, H. T. M,iss Smitll has been visit
<rgr for eight months at the post, where
I est "<" Miss Isabel Mc
:"runnegri<\ whose engagement to Liei;
•enant Philip Sheridan was announced
Both Tv-eddlncß are set for April 1,
and they will be held at a double cere
mony ' home of Colonel McGun
negle. After a brief honeymoon lAi i
• and Mrs. Andrews will reside at
eld barracks, while the future
tenant and Mrs. Fheridan
will I >rt Hanaehuea, Arizona.
the Fifth cavalry ia stationed
■ Ie son of
Colon* , ! Andrews and Is a brother pf
Andrewa of ■ Bt in-
n Franciscans west
- to attend the wedding
-.. .]a:;ghler of Mr?.
tatk, and Allan Langrdon
f Portland. Ore., which was
celebrated In the southern city last
The ceremony was held at Christ
opaJ churco, Rev. Baker l>. Lee,
: ,: t\ ag. The bride was at
tended, as ; ■ by her sister,
.Miss Dorothy Trask, and by Mi?* Mar
i i -. who will be
rnold Weber Mar s
da were Miss Anita
Kbner of Sacramento, Miss Helen Wee
ton of Berkele; ia TvJlth H
end M of T>>s Angeles,
last a cousin of the b>:
men of the bridal party were
Mr*., Leonard's brother, Wi
Trask •Iγ.. Warren Bovaxd, B
stock, Arthur Munson, Ardea Day,
Moyd Griffith and Thomas C. Murphy.
an extended honeymoon M
Mrs. Leonard wi ' go to Portland,
where will be tl iir future 1
- i _ ent Iβ announced <■>• Mies
rtnleg of this oil:
>ie or Oakland. The brlde
i -ugl :e r of Mr. and
ley, who make
their horn' -wood avenue, this
city, and i* a ■ • ■ of Mrs. William
High .lr.. whose romantic marriage was
sn event ©| several •weeks rixo. Mr.
("ope is the pnn cf Mrs. George Cope
and Is a brother of Mise Vera ("ope anil
Mrs. Bernard Ryan. No date has be,en
get for the wedding , .
In compliment to t'nnstance
iwe, Who is visiting here from the
NEW ENQLANDERS ELECT
\»«M,i-infion. I'lcdjcluc Support for I'air,
After pledfftnX support I
Panamc-Peciflc r -x
--b ■■■•M now ;u)'l 1115, mi'in
- , ; a iriatlon
. the St. Francis
I . Hntr.nrn: firi«t vice presi
b prcaMetat, Daniel
■■('••• m. Walter; seere-
Ury K. \V. A*towter.
nut kc toss
Mela* -airs. John \V;i:-. Dr. W. V. *
X I. H
Uamt>!>t«ir« ft E. L>nvle, Llzzlo
Wnsiiborn. A. !l. .Mt-rrill.
Ilcli-hf-r, Mrs. Hflca
Chase ' A Welle.
Sfaeei : ■-•, Mrs. U. E. B m
Mr». S. C. i; .rliiiili.
Rhode Ixlaud Cerrle B. (ioodwln. P. B M
•_]-. C. R.
[<auni X. Fowler, T. C. Coogan, I
E. S«el 18.
STANFORD STAR TO WED
J,. 11. roilirmi, Hii«(>!,iill Player and
I'rnt Mhii, lO unused te Angeleuo (.111
(Special l tl»e Call)
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. KHi. Jβ. —
Nc ■ ' ' ■■ ■ pue today <H
lent of I-. 11. Cochfttn and Mies]
Ford, both of I-.os AaCeies.
duated from I he tini»
--4 verelty with the lino elaen from the
' ineclianical fngrincrrine: department. :
lie i th( 1910 varsity baeel
i ,-md is ;] menriMr vi P
Xiicta fratei-nity. I
east. Mrs. J. Rhoobert and Mies T.'llian
Shoobert entertained at a luncheon In
thrir home in Sausallto yesterday.
Among- their guests were Mrs. Edward
Olney. Mrs. F/ank Davis, Mrs. Albert
Edwards, Miss Edwards, Mrs. Albert
Spaulding and Mrs. William Horn.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Edward F. Bent have
returned lo their home in Buchanan
street, aftor a week's visit In Mountain
View, where they were the guests of
Mrs. James Jerome.
Mrs. Martens will enter
tain at nrsiclieon today in honor of Mrs.
Bdward Pturg-is in her liome in Califor
News of the death In Washington, r>.
r\. of Miss Sarah sfcCaUa will I-β
learned with regret by a wide circle
of friends in J-'-.i:-. Francisfco and in
Santa Harbara. ftflsa McCaila made her
home here for several years with her
brother, the late Hear Admiral B. 11.
McCaila, at Mare island. Later she
lived la the McCaila country peat in
Santa Barbara. As she had been ill all
winter In Washington, where she had
recently* resided, her death was not al
Mrs. Carter Pitkin Porneroy will
leave today for Santa Barbara, where
she will join her daughter, Mrs. Scott
Brooke. Mrs. Pomoroy and Mrs. Brooke
expect to be away several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. TVriprht and Ml? 3
Helen WHgbt have registered at Hotel
del Coroaado. where they will remain
throughout the polo season. James
Trvine arrived there yesJteTday and 13
taking a keen interest in the eporf*.
Other recent arrivals are Mr*. Stafford
Parker and Walter Schilling.
Mrs A. T IfotalinET h;is nrrived in
Coronado, where she has Joined her
daughter. Miss June I f.'ja line, who has
bern visitinß nt the fashionable resort
for sever.?.! weeks.
Mr. and Mrs, Brrß:e TV, Rett and their
infant son have returned from Seattle
an! will n.ikf thfir permanent home in
Baa Francisco. At present the Becketts
fire the gttests of Mrs. Beckett's father,
f'aptain William Collier, in his home in
Padfle avenue. Mrs. Be-kett. who as
Miss Ijutie Collier was one of San Fran
cieoo'fl most feted belles, is receiving
n warm welcome from her many friends
# # *
Miss Aimeo Ralach has returned to
her home in this city after having , spent
;i week with friends in the Mare island
net y yard.
! PRINCESS TO WED MAY 24
Katarr's Dnuciitrr lo rip llrltlc on I'rinre
(Special Cablo t« The Call)
BERLIN, Feb. 26.— The wedttag ~f
■ Princess Victoria Lnise will take place.
Uay 84, Prince Henry's silver wedding
A. WOMAN'S WISDOM.
The worried mother wakes op to hear her baby's heavy breathing— -ft little
cough—perhaps the croup or whooping cough. She does not want to send for the
doctor when perhaps the trouble does not amount to much. Finally she thinks of
that medical book her father gave her, The Common Sense Medical Adviser, by
R. V. Pierce, M. D. She says "just the thing to find out what is the matter with
the little deer." Two million households in this country own one —and it's to
be had for only 31c. in stamps—l,ooo pages in splendid cloth binding. A good
family adviser in any emergency. It is for either sex. This is what many women
write Dr. Pierce—in respect to hie " Favorite Prescription, " a remedy which has
made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by curing
the painful womanly diseases which undermine a woman's health and strength.
"My desire is 1o write a fow lines to let you know what
I your valuable medicine has donp for mo. , ' writes Mrs.
M tMAfcrr ZuxaCKT, of 323 S. Bentalon Street, Baltimore,
" Before the storck came to our house I was a very sick
jggv woman. I wrote you for advice which was kindly given and
i A which made me a different woman in a short time. After
taking the first bottle of 'Favorite Proscription' I began
4sysp*k& l nT * m P. rov * n £ *° tnat ' I hardly knew I was in such a condition.
&±£r%tH /•' own b° us 6work—washing and ironinp. cooking,
trfi^^^i^/i , ir , *- pewinjr. and the worst of all nursed "three children who had
ygy whooping cough. I hardly knew of the advent ten minutps
before- so easy was it. The baby is a< fat as a butter-ball.
, - Plfrce's Favorite Proscription is the best medicine for
;',ny woman to take when In this condition. I recommend it
Mke.Zcbebt and Babe, to all my friends."
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
Elevation of Colonel Parker
Provides Advance for
High Seas Threaten Battery
Mead at Fort Pio Pico;
Other Army News
Aa the result of the appoi&tment of
Colonel James Parker, Eleventh cav
alry, to be a brigadier general, the fol
lowing cavalry officers will be pro
moted: Lieutenant Colonel Joseph A.
n, Tenth cavalry; Lieutenant Col
onel .i. G. Galbraith, unassigned; Major
"VY. ft Scott, unassigned; Major D. L.
Tate. Third cavalry; Captain S. G. Jones,
unassigned; Captain M. W. Rowel, Elev
eiith cavalry: First Lieutenant F. T.
MeXarney, Bixtb cavalry; Lieutenant
T. M. Knox, Flret cavalry; Second Lieu
tenant G. L. Converse Jr., Fourteenth
cavalry: Second Lieutenant D. A. Rob
inson, Eleventh cavalry.
The only promotioa in the infantry
resulting , from the appointment of Col
onel Hunter Liggett to be brigadier
general is that of Lieutenant Colonel
Charles M. Truitt, Twenty-ninth in
fantry, who is an additional officer.
This Is due to the fact that Colonel Lig
gett, if promotion had been lineal al
vay.<. would he now a lieutenant col
onel instead of the colonel.
Colonel J. P. "VVlsser, Coast artillery
corp.*, commanding the Pacific coast ar
tillery district, received a telegram yes
terday from Major W. C. Davis, Coast
artillery corps, commanding Fort Rose
• rans. San Diego, saying that'the high
seas following the late storm were en
croaching dangerously on Battery Mead
ai Fort Pio Pico, directly across the
harbor from Fort Rosecrans, and
threatening to undermine it. Every
effort was being made. Major Davis an
nounced, to save It by sand bags.
The four troops of the First cavalry,
stationed at the Presidio, will depart
Saturday for the target range at Fort
Barry to remain during March. Cap
tain Walter Short will be in command.
The Sixteenth infantry will depart
April 1 for the range, to remain until
May r>l, and the Sixth infantry will go
over June 1 to remain until July SI.
Major Guy H. Preston, Fourth cav
alry, registered yesterday at army
headquarters. He is on his way to
join his regiment at Schofield barracks.
H. T. He will sail on the transport
leaving this port March 15.
Examinations for promotion of offl
rers <jf cavalry are being conducted at
the Pre-sidio by a board consisting of
Captain Walter C. Phort. Captain Tierce
A. Murphy and Captain Arthur Poillon,
all of the First cavalry. Those under
going examination are First lieutenant
Walter J. Short, Tenth cavalry, on re
cruiting duty at Fort McDowell, and
Second Lieutenant William C. McChord
Jr.. First cavalry, Presidio of San Fran
WASHINGTON, Kpb. 2*?.—First Upntenant
P'.jihM l>. Bay, rifth infantry. w!li join bis
rejitnent in Honolulu: Second Lieiitenent .larob
r>. I>«>veri«. Third field anillTj. !■ tnuwtored
to Fourth field artillery; feoonrl Urutenant
Fr«r]pr.Vk W. ?ff>wart. FoD-th fipld artillpry, Is
iransOrred to th«» Fifth firid artillery.
JOIN SEN. JONES
"Votes for Colored Women"
Displayed on Banner by
BALTIMORE, ltd., Feb. it. —After a
two days' stay here the suffragette
"army of the Hudson" resumed its "On
to Washington" march today and ar
rived at Lttirel, -0 miles from Balti
more, late this afternoon.
Four recruits from Baltimore started
with the hikers, but all four turned
back when the city limits were reached.
At Elkridge live negro women with
a banner Inscribed "Votes for colored
women" fell into line, but dropped out
after walking several hundred yards.
Final preparations were completed
in "Washington today for meeting , the
"'army. , ' f'avalry wr-men, automobiles
and marchers will form a large reten
tion committee to greet the marchers
at iiyattsville. Md.
A iroop of jo cavalry women under
the command of "i;enornl" Genevieve
\V)iu.«att win ride to Ryattavilto early
Friday morning and rocoft the "army"
to a point in the capital where the re
mainder of the committee Will ho wait
!t also 1s piannei to hnvc automo
biles, loaded ■with leading local suffra
gettes, go as fa: , as Hy&ttsvilie, The
marchers also will be mot by 40 mem
bers of the Girls' Cfesa Country
Tramping club of Washington. They
are to tramp toward Hyattsville and
intercept the approaching "army" and
return to the city with it.
On the arrival of the marcher? at
the capital headquarters a mass meet
ing , will be held, Rt which leading; suf
fragists will speak. A?non(? them will
be Mrs. Raymond Brown of New York
and Miss fefargarel Foley, also of New
York. The principal speech will be
made by "(Jenoral" Jones.
"Votes Or We Desert State"
BOOTON, Feb. ::c.-An exodus of
Massachusetts women to some state
granting them suffrage was declared
by Pγ. Harriet E. Clark at the annual
hearing before «. legislative commit*
tea to he Inevitable unless the word
"male" were Btrksken from the provi
sion of the State constitution cover
ing the qualifications for voters. Sev
eral anti-tuftrage speakers opposed the
proposed <onstituttontil change.
Miss Baldwin a Bride
Capital Home Wedding
Miss Eleanor Josephine Baldwin of Sacramento, who becomes the bride of J.
S. Lamson, San Francisco attorney.
U. of C. Graduate Is Wife of J. S. Lamson,
San Francisco Attorney
(Sj.«»r!«l Dispatch to Ta« Call)
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 'J 6.— The wed
ding of Miss Eleanor Josephine Bald
win, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William
Hedges Baldwin, and Joseph Sterry
Lamson, a San Francisco attorney, was
The* Baldwin residence in N street
was elaborately decorated with greens
and flowers in a color scheme of pink
and white. Brides' roses v/ere com
bined with azalea and Easter lilies in
the adornment of the reception ronmsk
and throughout the halls and dining*
room bridesmaids' roses formed the
decorations. The ceremony was read
beneath a (tower of smllax and flowers,
Rev. L. 8, Jones of the Methodist
Episcopal Church South officiating.
One hundred and twenty-five guests
from Ban Francisco, Berkeley and Sac
ramento were present.
The i.-ide was given in marriage by
feNM" father. She wore a robe of bro
cade sntiii, fashioned en train, and en
veloped in a Tullo veil, and che carried
a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley
and white orchids. Attending as brides
maids Avert- Mies Eleanor Beard and
Miss Vwnita Drake of Sacramento and
Miss Emaline Parson* of Hayward.-the
half si3ter of the bridegroom.
The' flower girls were Mies Mary
KBW SODALITY OFFICERS
UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA.
Fob. 26.—At the -weekly meeting of
Sodality of the Immaculate Concep
tion yesterday Director Itev. W. J. Bo
land. S. J., selected new officials to re
place the retiring body. Joseph L.
Thomas, Sail Francisco, prefect, Bert
M. Hardy, San Diego. Ist assistant;
Harry W, McGowan, Paraiso Springs;
2nd assistant; Ernest W. Schwppn,
!'!••;i'-antnn, .secretary; Phillip Martin,
The Store of Style, Fit, Value, Service
February 27-28, March I, 1913
Spring Opening here implies that the new goods arc in our stock
and ready for you *to see. We invite your inspection.
A complete assortment of fine Suits , . Dresses and Conts, the newest,
most attractive ideas in exclusive model suits. You will readily notice
the "different' cut of our suits and the clever T\ay the stiffness has
been taken out from revers; and the new materials and combinations
of trimmings seen for the first time in the dainty dresses and jaunty
coats that show the true sense of what spring means to the wcli
Something absolutely perfect in their design and workmanship are
our exclusive Parisiennc gowns. Some Bulgarian and other newest
(Our Window Display Gives You an Idea.)
Spring Opening Special
Suits at $25
These arc copies of imported models; not cheaply made garments,
thrown together just for sale, but every one is made with the same
care as a $50 suit. Colors are navy, Copenhagen, tan. black and white
stripe and check tweeds and grays, with brocadod met fk£\
collars, plain or draped skirt, revers of ratine or O**B til)
satin, lined with handsome silk or brocade. New J
gla>s and other "chic" looking buttons. Begin-
ning Thursday. AH sizes HT
ANY FALL SUIT OR *c nn
COAT IN THE HOUSE
Welly and Miss Eleanor Welty. daugh
ters of Dr. and Mrs. Cullen Welty of
Ran Francisco, and Miss Beatrice Horst,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement
Horst of San Francisco. The attend
ants were gowned in pink chiffon over
brocade, elaborately trimmed with lace,
and all carried pink roses, the flower
sirls bearing baskets filled with the
T. B. Palmer of San Francisco -waa
the l»est man. and the ushers were
John E. Hale of Marysville and Irving
C. Berry of Berkeley.
Mrs. Umson Li a graduate of the
University of California, having , com
pleted her course with the class of 1911.
She is a member of the Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority. Doctor Baldwin, the
father of the bride, is one of the lead-
Ing physicians in Sacramento, where
lie has practiced since 1575.
Mr. Lamson was graduated from the
state university with the class of 1903
find belongs to the Kappa Sigma fra
ternity, letter he entered the Harvard
law school, from which he was gradu
ated in 1900. He is now practicing
with Leo D. Byrne in the firm of Byrne
& Lamson in the Monadnock building.
On their return from their wedding
trip Mr. and Mrs. Lamson will live in
MRS. SIVARTCENBERO MARRIED
PALO ALTO, Feb. 26.—Ira M. Lu
ther, stock broker of New York and
brother of Mark Luther, author and
part owner of the Smart Set magazine
and Mrs. Kllen Swartzenberg, daughter
of R. HL Mulcahy, wealthy stock broker
of San Francisco, were married here
You rant judge a woman by her
looks when she looks as if she didn't
know you were looking , .
LAW MAKERS TO MAKE
ADDRESS TO CENTER
Citllfornlit Legrfnlatlve Methods and
Jfe-rr Budget Will Be Theme
California legislative methods and
the new budget system will be the
principal topics for discussion at the
annual dinner of the San Francisco
center Thursday evening. March 6, at
6:30 o'clock. The speakers will In
clude President John F. Xeylan of the
state board of control. Assemblyman
James J. Ryan, Speaker C. C. Young
and State Senator Edwin E. Grant.
The first meeting of the new directors
of the organization was held at Its
headquarters, 220 Po»t Street, last Tues
day morning. Mrs. James Ellis Tucker,
president of the association, welcomed
the new members. Mrs. James Potter
Langhornc, Dr. Helen Waterman, Mrs.
Iα M. Culver and Mrs. Marcel Cerf have
been added to the directorate. In Jan
uary. 25 new members were enrolled,
bringing the total membership up to
Resolutions of regret at the death of
Mrs. Lucre.tla Watson Taylor, wife of
B. Grant Taylor, clerk of the supreme
court at San Francisco, which occurred
last Monday, were adopted by the San
Francisco center last night. Expres
sions of sympathy also were sent to
Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
L.owe Watson. Mrs. Taylor was the
first acting president of the center.
The Women's Political league met
yesterday afternoon and a brief busi
ness meeting , was heid before the lec
ture of the day.
It was announced that the league
had offered the services of its members
to aid in the Weller Recall league's
Next Sunday the league will g-o in a
body to the Affiliated colleges to hear
Prof. A. L. Kroeber's lecture on "The
Rise of "Woman. ,
The following bills were indorsed:
For the employment of Jane Brown
lees, No. 515; home rule tn taxation;
mothers* pension bill; school houses for
social centers; training , home for girls;
state investigation of tuberculosis;
weights and measures bill. No. f<9o; en
social hygiene; prison reform; bill for
medical freedom; health certificate for
marriage: Joint guardianship; psycho
pathic parole; raising girls' majority
to age of 21; to compel fathers to sup
port Illegitimate children.
The lecture was given by H. C.Moore
of the federal bureau of chemistry on
the subject of "Pure Food." He said
that the pure food and drugs act had
done much to improve food conditions
and was practically the only protec
tion of the consumer. He urged that
the label on manufactured foodstuffs
be read all the way through, as the
larger print was frequently mislead
A SAN FRANCISCO 4
SUPPLEMENTARY SEASON OF
™ E A C L I CORT
FRICto on the aftebnoons of
3T»p 500 Friday. February USth.
7«io linn :ilareta 71h, and Sunday,
—— * "" f March Oth. 101 S.
Soloist: IRMV SKYDKL, Vtollulet
Tomorrow Aft.. Feb. 2S, 1913
BEETHOVEN. .Symphony No. 8. F major, Op. 93
I. Allejrro vivace c con brio.
11. Allegretto sriicrzando.
111. Tempo di nifnuetto.
IV. Allejrro vivace.
SAINT SAF.NS Violin Concerto, B minor
Suite Symphonlqup- Scheherazade Op. 3o
I. The Sea ami Sinnad« Ship.
11. The Tnle of the Kalcndar Prince.
I?t. The Young Princp and flip Young Princess.
IV. l""stlval mt Bagdad. The Sea. The Ship
I* Wrecked on a rock mrmounted by a
BfOBM Warrior. ('oijrlnsinn.
~ I ololsl: LOI IS I'EnSIJTGER,
lILA I will toclvd*! Onstave
-Jtrube. Overture. "Puck" fflr*t time
tl/pty : n San Francisco): r,alo. Violin On-
VTI Ifl eerto Xo. 1. Op. 20. Lonis Perslnßer,
Tfi.t.ll viollnistt; Richard Strauss, Sym
phonl-Poera, "Don Jimn."
SEATS OX SALE at box office* Sher
man, riay «& Co.. Kobler «& Chase and
the Cort Theater.
A » g"\ * n i |\ OTarrell nr. Powell
Al I #% /A 1C Phone Kearny 2
nJUVialinil Home Phone C44D5
MAT. TODAY—LAST 4 NIGHTS
XIATINEEB SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
"SWEET KITTY BELIAIRS"
DAVID TiHT-ASCOS Grrat Costume Plar.
PRH'lJS—Night. to ?1; Mat,, 25c to SOe.
NEXT WEEK—D»t!I Delasco'i Brilllact Comedy.
Closing the Vnnshan-Lyten Season.
*r~ n I tiEADINO THEATEB
%3££±2? Last 3 Days
N!pht and Saturday Prlcee. POc to $2,
LAST PERFORMANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
LITTLE MISS BROWN
Night & Sat. Mat.. 60c to $1.50. Wed. Mat.. $1.
Matinee Today nml Krery Day
A GREAT NEW SHOW
MiNMF. liTI'REK and Cβ. in AlfreU Sut;
act p!ar. "Tht' Man in Kn.nf'; B. A. Uolfe Ex
travagauza. "PLSS IN 800T5. ,, with a Cotn
panv of 25 People, featuring Will J. Kennedy;
VOLANT, "the Flying Piano"; DIAMOND and
KUKNNAN: EDWAHDS, RYAN nn.l TtKUNKV;
WVB J!.(;<iI.lNG MO WATTS: APUALES ZOO
r,O<!irAL CIBCUSj NEW DAYLIGHT MOTION
pieroaKSj john «nfi wrNNiE uennings,
"the Kill Kare Kouple."
ETenlng prices 10c, 23c, 50c, 75c. Box seats
fl. Matinee, prices (except Sunday* and Holt
day?) 10c, 25c, 50c. Pbones Douglas 70, Howe
MARKET ST.. OIM , . JH ASOX
>KI,I, S« HMini
"THE ALAMKDA MERMAID." and
"VIVIA X MARS H AI .L
wonrj> FAMOrs firh diver.
mill THE WARDEN
Walter Montague's Dramatic Incident of
With CARt. STJM H PAT.F Jfc_ •'"
TQM KELLY. Peerleam Barytone
Mat. DaUy~at 2:150: Kifbtl at 7:IS-9:15.~
M \ AND ) M«tht«M at I«30 and 3:.!0. !
HOLIDAYS S Nights CootiD«oo« Kroui 8:30.
PRICES— 10c. 20c, 30c.
SAN FRANCISCO MINT
JOB IS SOUGHT BY THREE
T. W. H. Shanahnn, Shasta; J. B- Sea
fora, Mendocino, and S. J. Sill,
Berkeley, After Snap
(Special Dispatch to Ifce Call)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.—Three can
didates are making a hard fight for a
desirable Job at the San Francisco
mint. These are Senator T. W. H.
Shanahan of Shasta county, Senator J.
B. Sanford of Mendocino, now national
commltteeman, and Stephen J. Sill of
! Berkeley. All have filed credentials
and hay» pood backing , .
Southern California papers have an
nounced that Ernest Martin of the San
I Bernardino Evening- Index was cure to
'■ be appointed postmaster In San Ber
nardino. Congressman elect Kettner
said this was not quite Thero
are four candidates out for rae office,
but Martin and T. W. Duckworth have
the best chance. Both weer on Kett
Duckworth Is secretary of the eountv
committee. Kettner will not cay which
MARCOXI CO. AFTER LAND
SAN , RAFAEL,. Feb. 26.—Attorneys
j for the Marconi Wireless company of
j America have called for an abstract of
; title to the Inprerman ranch of 650
I r.cres, nnxr Bollnas. The transaction
was started several weeks ago, and
probably will be Hosed this week. The
I price asked is $40,000.
Women's Club Work
Calendar for Today
Corona clnb, 636 flatter atreet,
2:30 p. m.
Council of Jewish Women,
2137 Sutter street, 3 p. m.
San Francl»co Conferee* of
Mothers, Golden Gate school, 2:30
California <>lab, Outdoor Art
leajriie. 1750 Clay etreet. 2 p. in.
Alpha Neighborhood club,
Grattan ecliool, S p. nu
A lecture on Norway was given yes
terday afternoon before the members
of the Forum club by the Rev. H. J.
l,oken, stfreopticon views Illustrating
He spoke particularly of the govern
ment method in Norway of dealing: with
the liquor problem, saloons being al -
All liquors must he bought In sealed
packages between the hoars of 8 ami
5 o'clock In the day. He told all
the municipal theaters conducted there.
FolioAving the lecture tea was served
to the members and their pruosts.
The Leading Playhouse.
Geary and Mason Streets; i>tior:e Prank.in 150
LAST 3 NIGHTS
>fatinee Sat.—7,est tin Sat. Ntsrht
In the New Corned r.
•THE SEX.VTOR KKKPS IIOISK"
NEXT WEEK ONLY—Seats Now Ready
In the Best of all Motlcrl Comedies,
"THE SIREN ,,
BRILLIANT SUPPORTING COMPANY
>§w vjjy iitiL
The World'i Greateat Danee
rJff'»(\!v*k -Assisted bj M. Volinln and
VALENCIA THE ATE U
and Saturday Night, "LA CAMARGO
Tomorrow Night and Sat. Mat."LADANSr
Tickets—S2..V), |2, Si.r.o. «i. at <?h««nii«n. CI
& Oo.'« and Valeucla TliPßtPr.
XEXT MO> DA V T? TVT I? T?
Seoond and Last \\>Pk nf VJXL/JIN JE>li/
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nijhte and
Saturday Afternoon. "LA CAMARGO."
Tnes., Tbnrs, and Sat. Ni<rht», "LA DANBE "
MBATB KOVT <>\ SVI.K
;. ' MoAlllsti-r
t 8. Phone:
■T Mg Market 120. I
C!ia«. 11. ?ifuphlm(in, Manager. I
HI.NK.HT AM) EVKRV MGHT I
I "PUT IN OR TAKE OUT" |
KOLB and DILL
BLAKE and AMBER
A\l» BIG COMPANI IH
"MOKMMi!" "I,V X.MXX: ,,
MATINEES SATURDAY AM) SUNDAY.
Vljr.s -J",, in S1 (>«».
SK,vr< Ff>it sK.ro.m> wkkk i\on.
"Greatest llorwe Itnee Em N(a«ed"
3 RACE I The ; BEN HTTR" lADnAnln
HORSES 1 of Vandeville j IUI COpiC
Bettor*! Tout*! Jorkeyv! Sp«ctatora!
A CARLOAD OF SCKWERY
DOITT MISS THia GREAT SHOW—B 1
■'■"• MWB I
■ * xI feliLris
Opening March 12. IDtS.
Pablle SnhKcrlptioD sale New On
At SHERMAN, CI. \V it- ro.'S, hl,AI!\ V
AXD SI'TTKH 9THEBTS.
CHICAGO GRAND OPERA CO.
IneluiHnK 1,1 ISA TRTit»/7.1M
anil JURY (ani)K\.
MAfI K< " : SEA«ON ril.i'.K!) M,\\
ORDERS '■'<■■■! now. fiiif i.
Subecrii)tl>>i) as D«ir
cation a* p<«siMi>. Sfats $2, $.J. $1, $'.. f<;. $7
ni hC- :iti..n giv.>n order* ..f' oat
patrons. Make an checki p«7*bl« tr, w ::
LKAHY. Tivoli Oper«-Hou»«, San FrancH"-.
Sale of Single Seats Begins Monday, Match ?.
at 9 a. m., a.t Tiroli Opera Home Box O:fice.
BISH A\D LAKKfX STREETS
OCEAN WATER BATHS
>\\stiimiiiK and Tub lint ha
Salt wntir dirct frrira ttM ONUL
eTerr dny and evpninjf. lntludine Sund«T»
arnl holidays. fr»>ni 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
iutors' gallery free.
The Sanitary Bathe
Natatorliim UaWIH Tuesday and Fp!.!«t
mornings frcai a o'clock to uuoa for women
"FILTERED OCEAN WATER PLUNGE
COMFORTABLY .HEATED. CONSTANTI"
CIRCULATING AND FILTERING
Hot Air Hair Dry»Ti, Electric Curling Irons
and Shampoo Ri>om foT Wrxnen Bather* Free
BRANCH TUB BATHS. 2151 GEARY ST