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DID xsou ever happen to notice in
studying yourself and those
around you that there are two
distinct kinds of memory possessed by
different people; the mental memory and
the visual memory?
That is, some people remember
everything as facts in relation to other
facts, while other people remember
everything visually as if their minds con
tained actual photographic imprints of
the scenes or events.
Perhaps that isn't entirely plain to
poo. Let me try to make it simpler hy a concrete example.
1 have a friend who has the visual memory in a very strong form. Now,
1 hqj-c a terrible faculty for losing things. One 'day when I was shopping I
met this friend. We talked for two or three minutes and then I passed on.
Some time during the day I managed (o mislay an important bundle. To assist
me m my investigations I Wanted to find at what time I lost it, and so I called
up my friend and asked her if I had that bundle in my possession .when she
saw me. She knew at once. "Yes, you had it under your right arm" she
said. "V ou had two smaller bundles under your left arm, and your, wrist bag
on your, left wrist."
'.. I have no doubt that she could have gone on and described every detail
oj njy costume from the crown of my hat lo the rubber heels on my walking
. : .. That s what I mean by visual memory.
.i\ow I have a.menial memory. I could told exactly what we two
said, but except that my friend wore something blue and looked very nice, I
i ouldn t have celled up a single visual detail of our meeting. This girl and I
went to the same school and studied together. Sometimes we would want to
turn to some postage in a book We had studied, and she would say, "It was on
r rtght hand page near the bottom," while I would know that "It was right
after [that part about Charlemagne." v
She remembered daics hy the looks of them; I, either by a sheer effort
of will or by associated fad.
I can never remember how people look; I can not. even clearly call up
the faces of those I love best when lam absent from them. Fugitive glimpses
n- I . S&fafhnG come to me uncalled, but when I make a deliberate effort to
recall a face f can not get it at all.
descriptions of places in fiction bore me. lo extinction. ,/ was talkipg
about this to a friend with whom I redd a great deal. She enjoys them mt?
mcmcty,; cr.d by comparing notes we came to the conclusion that this is because
she tS'4 visual thinker and gets a menial picture, while I, being a mental thinker,
. ' - 'Perhaps "picture thinker" and "thought thinker" might be better terms
10 describu -these two classes. * .
it % always interesting to analyze one's self, because one is sure of an in
teresting subied and an interested audience. So perhaps you'd like to decide
to which clcis you belong. .
M "«?•'• Robert t,oi-fl folrman am! Miss
• 'i-- -and Macomber at
Jb.e -be ' n.i i fu'l • Pa> ines Ramho in..San ,
n*J .Which., will be completed and
ready for ■<•• .upaacv In October. TMw .
Ki.ugV'Ma.- embers are..enthusiastic/ over |
e>p n i'eil-'u t>v't h;«ir y 111 aa i n Pa ris'
" a. t iieir y-ea c V.twccn their , two ' f or-.
• rigVr ' v-ilhis " .ahd • their 'rartcho- in • San
r"- ,' : : .*;.. * : '» '' • i.
,''Mr'--. Peri.ianiin Haync. ..and- Mrs
•.r.e..;-b-e McDoufjat] Weeks.' v are enjoying
t c ■ : .,si,it:i Rty of Mrs.. Id ward .).. M>\
ri:- .oi ~, Talioje. The: party left by
mn.l.oi ia.srSaturday; Sir's. McC'Utcbeon
-oifnk for. tlie "strmjrter and. the', others
as-' her' gueirts- - to- spend several weeks
: ■.<* ' ■.# ■ "■
Sti s lirlPiT Wright and her brothers.
. ~ . Hdperton Wright will
v ; , - ... San I'ran<'i«!ro tomorrow- for
• : Ta-hoV' ; vvhcr>'\they?'.Vill.' ; pass the next
ive apartments at 2299. .Sacramento
I re.;.; wl they, will reside for the
. aevt year.
M- a>V<r Mis Wallace Sabin have
retiirhltta to their home in this.'city
Mr. .Sabirj will go to the Bohemian
i v. oh the Russian river/to /take part
wi.ll 1 emath until tlie. middle of August,
: I>r. end Mrs. Shiels : and' their
• ehtfdren: Miss l^onora.. Miss .lean, and
WifMani Shlels. ar. .among, others who
- are' -en'ie'ylhg-' a brief vacation, at- Ap
."' j>,- an ii Mrs. liertbert Yerrington left
.'by . motor' Tuesday afternoon for a
'visft to Nevada where they- will be
.'.joined by Mrs.. Ye'rrington's little
daughter. Miss lloliis Hamilton. The-
Vcrringtons evpc'-r to be away from
Mii Mary; Polk de Rose announces
■h"e marriage 'of her daughter. Miss
■ Ifclynr dv Bose. to- Daniel E.
Newett'j* on Tuesday afternoon, July
- The marriage, which' was a quiet
.-•ir. was attended by only the im-
relatives and a few of the
T Vfackley" of Los Angeie.s attended
M.« Newell is a member of one of
rue old southern families of the state.
Her mother is a member of the-Albert
Sidney Johnston chapter of the t nited
jrhters of the Confederacy.
-\j r Newell and bis br.ide sailed on
tm Mongolia yesterday for a tour of
ii t e orient. Tbey expect to be away
i ra I months.
' -t.vill leave for Brookdale tomorrow to
spend the Weekend as the guests of
' ""Mrs, X. N. Bryant and Miss Marie
i.o.nse Bryant, who have been visiting
in Berkeley for the. last few days, re
turned yesterday to their home in
tr * *
°. Mr. and. Mrs. Albert P. Bedding have
otaken possession of their new home in
pierce and Filbert streets, where they
w ? HI be domiciled during the coming
wirrter. Mr. and Mrs. Redding left
San Francisco a few days ago. on a
"omelet Crip-to Tahoe to remain over the
C"o#" \r # °
Mr. and Mrs. 1 Paul Foster have come
down from their ranch in the northern
part of the state and are enjoying a
•-hort visit In Pan Francisco. They
in\e taken temporary apartments at
the Fairmont hotel.
American Ambassador to Japan,
. George AY. Guthrie, and Mrs. Guthrie,
accompanied by the former's sister,
illey Annie. Guthrie, safibd'on the Mon
| golia -yesterday for thofr new home in
j .Mr. and Mrs. George W. Carr. the
I former Miss Katherine Mortenson.
. whose marriage was an event »of Tues
j day evening- were also among the
I . Mrs. Charles Page and her children
are spending the summer at Bolinas,
where t.he Pages have taken a cottage.
Mrs:. H.offH.-kor. who is at present tbe
guest of her daughter, will return to
her home in Steiner street this week.
. : • • . ♦ * *-
[.. Mrs- Robert Augustus Hray and Miss*
j Ellen O'Sullivan will leave their homes
iln Oakland tomorrow to spend the
• weekend in Plumas county as the
i guests of Mrs. Clinton Walker. Mr.
■j and Mrs. Allen "'bickering. who have
j been spending a portion of the mid-
J summer at Mrs. Walker's delightful
J country place, will return to their
i Piedmont home next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Of'ar .Sutro have re
j turned to their home in Piedmont after
having enjoyed an .extended visit at
Mrs. Mary Grayson Hincklev and
! Miss Helen Hinckley have returned to
f their . home at ' Beowawe, Nev., after
haying passed the early part of July
as the guests of Mr., and Mrs/ Egbert
[ Stone in their, attractive country seat
i on. the Russian i4x*er.
* \4 *
I. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Shepard returned
j .-undty evening to their honor In Pa
cific avenue after a id days' visit at
the Potter in Santa Barbara, whither
["they motored with Mr.- and Mrs.
■ Miss Marjorie shepard. who has been
visiting in Monterey, has also returned
!to San Fianciwo. , . '
j. Judge and Mrs. J; .!. Hunt and Mrs.
; lure for Aetna • Springs, where they
plan to enjoy an extended sojourn.
The Misses Morrison of San Jose are
spending some- time at the' Casa Del
Rev ir. Santa Cruz, whither they were
attracted by the splendid salt bathing
and fine golf links. Since'their arrival
lat the southern resort they have been
i the incentive for. a good deal of enter-
I tain men t by the smart set, who are
sojourning there during the midsum
mer season. Among the recent affairs
given Ift their honor was a luncheon
over Which Mrs. William T. Sesnon pre
i sided in her country seat rem- Aptos.
SLIT SKIRT IS
Fined for Not Wearing Petticoat
With Garment, Blossom Brown
ing Forsakes Richmond
r:ICHMO.Vi>. Va.. July IR.—Blossom
Browning paid a $25 fine in Judge
Orutchfield's court here today for wear
ing a slit skirt and declared she in
tended to go to New York at once,
"where people are not prudish." She
was charged with indecent exposure.
The skirt, slit knee high, and held
by the police as evidence, was restored
to Miss Browning on her promise to
sew up tlie slash or not to appear again
in the streets of Richmond without a
Miss Browning's lawyer argued that
the sale of the skirt hy a licensed de
partment store permitted her to wear
it. Judge Crutchfield replied that a
city license for the sale of firearms
did not authorize murder.
The justice, after a»n inspection of
the offending skirt, blushingly fined
the defendant, who paid with the re
mark that "Richmond was a most Illib
JI'KTKTt BfllUi, l.frmaiiT, July 10.—
Lieutenant Stoll, an army aviator, died
today from the effects of injuriea suf
fered last eveninfrjn.au aeroplane ac
cident on the military aerodrome here-
THE SAX FKAKCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, .ILLY IT, 1913.
Mrs. Hearst Is Guest of Honor
Birthday Dinner at Hacienda
Beautiful Home Is
Many Prominent So
ciety Folks Gather
The birthday anniversary of Mrs. !
"William Randolph Hearst was made the
occasion of a dinner dance, over which j
Mrs. Phebe Hearst presided last even- ;
ing in her country seat ''Hacienda de I
Verona." in Pleasanton. A large house j
party of merry guests arrived yester- j
day afternoon to participate in the pro- j
vfded merriment and to spend the night.
The beautiful home was converted .
into a fairyland of light and flowers to
do the occasion honor. Palms and
potted plants, combined with every va
riety of fernery and greenery, formed
the background for the decoration of
halls and reception rooms, and every
where was a profusion of pink roses—
bridesmaid. Killarney, love, I*a Prance
and duchess being interwoven in the
elaborate scheme. .
Pink and green also prevailed in the
adornment of the dining hall. A tall '
vase,* (lowering with bridesmaid roses,
was set in the center of the table, while
at intervals along tlie hoard were
smaller bowls filled with roses and
maiden hair fern and tied with tulle
After the banquet the guests repaired
to the court, which had been especially
fitted up as a dancing hall. Here a
platform was built around the playing j
fountain and the place inclosed by a,
tent, Whose white walls were hidden
by handsome Egyptian tapestries and
draperies. In the ceiling, covered with
costly stuff of a deep blue, were set
electric bulbs in the shape of stars,
and these furnished the illumination
for tile dancers.
Mrs. Phebe Hearst received her
guests in a magnificent robe of laven
dar brocade embellished with rich lace,
and Mrs. William Randolph Hearst was
radiant in a robe of blue and white
satin, heavily embroidered and trimmed
About 4J guests went to Pleasanton
yesterday to celebrate with Mrs. Wil-
NEWS FROM THE HOTELS
H. E. Shepard and wife of Portland
are registered at the Stewart.
C R. Thorburn. a business man of
Santa Cruz, is staying at the Argonaut.
F. J. Berry, a mining engineer of
Shanghai, 'is registered at the Union*
Robert B. Hochstader. a well known
banker of Paris, is registered at the
T. ML Barr and wife of Kansas City
are staying at the St. Francis for a
Frank W. *Cottle and Dudley Webb,
business men of Cincinnati, are guests
at the St. Francis.
T. E. Hoover, a leather manufacturer
of Chicago, Is registered at the St.
Francis with Mrs. Hoover.
James F. Faye of New York and F. E.
Abarcassis, a stock raiser of Woodside,
are among recent guests at the Fair
Chester Kelly,, manager of the Manx
hotel, returned from his vacation in
southern California yesterday and re
sumed charge of the house.
• "William H. Haines, a manufacturer
of plumbing supplies, of Philadelphia
is registered at the Palace with Mrs.
Haines. They are touring the state.
W. B. Dawson, a capitalist of Jack
sonville, Fla., Is staying at the Manx
with his wife and family. They will
make their summer home in Ran Fran
pobert N. Kenyan, Qf&orffe n. Kenyon
and Nelson T. Kenyon. well known
brokers of New York city, are regis- I
tered at the St. Francis. They will
remain here about a week.
■A Human Match Factory*—
The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phos
phorus is one of fourteen elements composing the body-divided among
bone.-, flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body
requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from the
food we eat—the stomach extracts and distributes them.
But if stomach is deranged—the balance of health is destroyed and the
blood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there
is blood trouble—nerve trouble—heart trouble. Pain is the hungry cry of
starved organs. Put the liver, stomach and organs of digestion and nutri
tion into a condition of health. That is just what is done by
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
'which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put up in
tablet form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers
everywhere or by mail by sending 50 cents in lc stamps for trial box
address R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N.Y.
THB COMMON SENSE MEDICAL ADVISER
is a book of 1008 page* handsomely bound in cloth-treat*
ol Miysio:ogy Hygiene, Anatomy, Medicine and is a complete
lioute Physician-Send 31, lc stamps to R.V.Picrce,Bulfalo,N.Y.
Mrs. William Randolph Hearst (top), who was guest of
honor last evening at a dinner celebrating her birthday, and Mrs.
Phoebe Hearst, hostess at her beautiful Hacienda in Pleasanton.
Ham Randolph Hearst her birthday
party. Among those present were:
Mrs. I'h"bt.' Hearst Miss Kthel OreckCf
Mr. nml Mrs. V\ tlliani \|Ks Mildred Clark
Randolph Hearst MNs Amy Hat-sett
Mr. mid Mrs. Jerome M in, Rrrthe" Bowden
handheld Mb* Kucenia Burns
Mr. ami Mrs. Dent Miss Mar Smith
Robert Miss Helen Smith
Mr. and Mrs. ttrorße (iordnn Te-ris
Wilson Ea rising Tevis
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edward H. Clark
("lark Edward 11. Clark Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick; Vict or Couley
H. Clark Orrln peck
Mrs. Anita Torer ; Ilobert Webber .
Miss Augusta Foute I Oscar Frank
F. T. Rice and MrS. Rice of Long
Baach are staying at the Manx.
P. F. Phelps and Airs. Phelps of Salt
Lake City are guests at the Stewart.
F. S. Ewer, a leading orchardist of
St Helena, is staying at the Union
J. W. Dougherty, a rancher of
Pleasanton, Cal., is staying at the
Bel lev ue. . .
Walter P. Bell and W. J. Barnett.
business men of Seattle, are. guests at
Harry Burnett of Portland and Fred
ML White of Topeka, Kan., are regis
tered at the Palace.
A. G. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis of Bak
ersfield are guests at the Argonaut.
Mr. Lewis owns extensive oil fields.
W. W. Russell, an official of the
New York. New Haven and Hartford
railroad of Connecticut, is a guest at
A. M. Tlaynes, a newspaper man of
Buenos Aires, who is traveling- about
the world gathering data for a series
of newspaper articles on various phases
of-life in all countries, is a guest at
the Fairmont with Mrs. Haynes.
Kiehard Jewett Sehweppe and his
bride, who was Miss Annis Van Nuys.
one of the wealthiest heiresses of Los
Angeles, arrived at the Palace yester
day en route for a round the world
honeymoon. Tbey will be gone about
eight weeks, visiting the principal
cities of America and Kurope. The
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Van Nuys. are guests at the St. Francis.
The wedding, in Los Angeles Monday
night, wag one of the big social events
of the season.
STARTS FOR WASHINGTON
BOSTON. July 16.—The second dele
gation of suffragists starting from
Boston for the "On to . Washington"
crusade was sent away today by the
Political Equality union, in charge of
Mrs. Susan Walker Fitzgerald, record
ing secretary of the National American
Wotnan Suffrage association.
On a roundabout trip to the national
capital they will visit the capitals of
the New England states and other
cities and towns, holding meetings.
.M rs . Fitzgerald said that a stop
would be rriade at Cornish, N. H., and
that she was trying to arrange to have
the delegates received by Mrs. Wood
To the Public
Owing to the unprecedented suc
cess of "The Passing Show of 191 2"
at the Cort Theater, another week
has been added to the engagement.
Se&ts on sale now for next and last week*,
$1.50 Matinee Tomorrow and Saturday
Last Time Here Sunday Night, July 27
flu? l -IS^^
Geary nnd Mason — Phone. Franklin ISO.
MAT! NEE 'DAILY at 2:3o—Nightlv at 8:30.
Animated Photography in Natural Colors.
This week "MAKING THE PANAMA CANAL,"
BALKAN WAB," "JAPANESE ARMY MA
NEI VERS." M tJ. 8. BATTLESHIPS IN REVIEW
AND AT PRACTICE." Two hour program
Superb travel talk.
BEGINNING NEXT SUNDAY MATINEE
NEW KINEMACOLOR FEATURES
The Sensation:)! "SCARLET LETTER."
The, Superb Scenic "NIAGARA FALLS." In
addition to PANAMA CANAL" and "The
Balkan War." other novelties.
Prices —Evgs.. 2.1 c. ooc. 50c; Mats., C3c.
Phone Kearny 2
Matinee Today—Last 4 Nights
HOWARD HICKMAN and the Alcasar Company
in Cbauning Pollock's Comedy,
"Such a Little Queen"
PRICES— Nitrht. 2">c to $t; Mats.. 2fi> to 50e.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Nest Wr-ok —BESSIE RARRISCAT.E. FORREST
Howard Htckman nnd Corapanv In
THE TRAVELING SALESMAN
CALL TO PULPIT
Dr. Ella W. Brown of Fair
mont College First Female
Pastor in Berkeley
(Special Dispatch to 'the Call)
BERKELEY, July 16.—T0 Dr. Ella
TV. Brown, former head of the English
department of Fairmont college. Wichi
ta. Kan., and a well known temper
ance worker, belongs the distinction
of being the first woman minister to
occupy' a pastorate In this city. She
has iust become the pastor of Beth
any Congregational church. Califor
nia and Carlton streets.
Owing to the failing health of her
aged* father. F. W. \V.hitP. Doctor Brown
was preparing to give up her teaching
and come to California with him. when
the local charge was offered to her
tbrougli Rev. Guy D. Yoakum, pastor
of Park C 'ongregational church of
Berkeley, who was formerly one of
Following her graduation from Cen
tral Normal university at Danville. Ind..
a number of years ago. Doctor Brown
was appointed head of the English de
partment at Campbell college. Holton.
Kan., later taking a similar position
at Fairmont college. Ordained a min
ister In the Congregational church in
1!<05, her first charge was the Powhat
tan Congregational church. After five
years she resumed teaching and was
associated with Fairmont college at the
time of her call to litis city.
For several years she was state
president in Kansas of the W. C. T. U.,
also editing the state temperance paper.
In clubwork she was active for many
years, being a member of the Hypathia
club In Wichita, the pioneer woman's
organization In the state.
A reception will be given at the
church Friday evening in honor of the
MISS AGNES GIBERSON
BRIDE OF SPOKANE MAN
Impressive Service at Marriage *o
Verne Winters Tnesday Conducted
by Father Perrln
The marriage of Miss Agnes Giber
son, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. S.
Giberson of this city, and Verne W.
Winters of Spokane, Wash., was cele
brated in the Union street honyle of the
bride's parents Tuesday morning. Rev.
Father Arch Pen-in, rector of the
Chuch of St. Mary the Virgin, officiated
at the impressive service, which was
witnessed only by members of the im
Mr. and Mrs. Winters have gone to
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, the country seat
of the Winters family, whwre they will
pass their honeymoon, and later they
will reside in Vancouver, B. C. which
will probably be their permanent home.
• Mr. Winters is a graduate of Stan
ford university, having completed his
course with the class of 1912. In his
days he was a popular frater-
man and is well known in local
club circles. • ®
NATIVE SONS' CELEBRATION
La Honda Expects Large Attendance
\f\t Saturday and Sunday
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
LA HONDA, July 16.—1t is expected
that fully 250 Native Sons and their
friends will assemble here for the two
days' celebration next Saturday and
Sunday. Members will be present from
San Francisco, San Mateo, Redwood
City, Palo Alto, Menlo Park and San
CLUB ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
REDWOOD CITY, July 16 —The R e d ;
wood City Boys' club has elected these
officers for the year: Lisle Winter, pres
ident; Robert O'Connell, vice president;
Ray Griffin, secretary; Roy W. Cloud,
treasurer; Rev. C. H. Stevens, Dr. N. C.
Cummings, P. A. Ryan. Roy W. Cloud
and Frank Griffin, directors. The club
is fathered by the pastors and lead
ing business men of the city.
TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT
GILBERT & SIT.LIVAVS
|Or THE LASS THAT LOVED A SAILOR
SPLENDID CAST BIG SINGING CHORUS
• For we sail ffie ocean blue antl our Saucy
Ship's a beauty."
MATINEES SATFRDAY ANI> SFNDAY
Popular Prices— Zjc. 50e. 75c; Box Stats $1.00
Next Monday—" MIKADO"
The Noted Legitimate Star
PORTER J. WHITE
And Associate* "
. Droll and Daring Cycllats
THE BOOTH TRIO
j Sensational Exploits- aad Tomfoolery en the Bicycle
Aad Her ARABIAN WH IHI.AI IN'PS
j Matinee Every Day 8:30; Evenings 7:15 & 9T15
I PRICES IQc. 20e. 30c
MIND IS A BLANK
W. H. Morse of Chico Identi
fies Young Stranger as
(Special f>l*patch to Tln» Cain
STOCKTON*. July 16.—The identity of
the young woman who arrived In
Stockton last Saturday, her mind ap
parently a blank, has been established.
She is Miss r2uiu Morse, formerly a
school teacher in Fresno county.
W. TT. Morse, her father, has arrived
from his home in Chieo. He called at
the sanatorium whSre the your,sr lady
was detained and immediately reeoio
niz«d her as r> daughter. Sh». how
ever, did not recognfz o him.
Morse said that his daughter had
undergone an operation for re
moval of adenoids, and that further
than being ill from the ordeal she un
derwent, she showed no slans of los
ing her mfnd. Saturday she dffan
peared and no trace of hf>r was found
until he learned of the appearance here
of the str.tnge young woman. Miss
Morse's case Is n strange one. S*e
can remember everything that haS oc
curred since she arrived here, but
further than that her mind <« a blank.
She taught school in Fresno county for.
some time, having resigned last No- '
vember to live at home. Wie It ?*>
years of age and of attractive apr°:; -
ance. Rhp will remain In Stockton and
GRASS VALLEY TEACHER
HAS LENGTHY RECORD
Miss Frances Doom. \ppl> -ant for 'Untm
Pension, Has Tr-ogh* 43 Yenrs .->-id
Still Ik nt Work
SACBAMENTO. July Mis* Fran
ces Doom of Grass Valley is one of the
oldest teachers, tn point of service, in
the state, according to an announce
ment made today In the office of the
state department of public instruction.
Miss Doom has taught, without inter-,
ruptlon. for 12 years and still i<» teach
Miss Doom has written to the state
superintendent concerning the teachers*
pension act. which goes into rrfe, t Au
gust 10. and the record she submitted
with the inquiry Indicates that She Is
among the few eligible to receive a
DOCTOR MULLER ENDS
HIS AMERICAN VISIT
Brazilian Statesman. Whn Dedicated
Exposition Site in *nn
NEW YORK. July IS pr La tiro
Muller, minister of ferelyn affairs of
Brazil, ended his long visit to the
United States today.
Before ffoinc; aboard the Brasilia*)
warship Minas Geraes, DOCtof Muller
paid a short visit to th» United °;ates
battleship Arkansas, where he said bis
official farewell to Rear Admiral Win
slow of the North Atlantic (lee;. Rear
Admiral Winslow returned t!><-. ,-.]!
aboard the Brazilian warship.
Doctor Muller expressed his apprecia
tion of the cordiality' or the American
government and people.
MONEY FOR BAND OF BLIND
BERKELEY. July 16.—T0 aid in the
teaching of tlie students !n t*he Cali
fornia institution for the tleaf and
blind in musical studies a donation of
$500 has been made by the nobles of
the Islam temple in San Frawiseo,
the money to be used in purchasing in
struments for the formation of an or
chestra by the pupils.
30.000 BOOKS IN LIBRARY
Secretary James H. Deering ot the
San Francisco law library submitted
his annual report to Mayor Rnlpii yes
terday. The report states that 1.070
books were added to the library during'
the year, making a total of 29,299 books
on file. The expenses for the year wcfe
O* rARRfcU. »ixSXOCVtfOtt-& POVvSAA.
Safest and Most Magnificent Theater tn America.
MATINEE TODAY AND EVERY DAY
VAI'DEVII.I.K AT ITS BKST
IRENE FRANKLIN, the American CMnedt
enne. assisted ny Rurt Green at the plane;
THEODORE BENDIX. the Noted Composer and
Conductor, and His Symphony Player*: M tv
TYRE and HARTY. '"The Sugar Plum Oirlle and
tbe Marshmallow Boy"; MORAN and WIPER,
Comedy Boomerang Hat Throwers: GOYT TRIO
Novelty Gymnasts; THE I.E GROHS: NEW
ORFHET'M MOTION PICTT'RES. Showing Cur
rent Events. East Week. Immense Hit. HACK
and RAMBEAt", In "Kick In." and CI ARK I d
BERGMAN, in Jesse L. Easky's I.atettt Tabloid
Musical Play. "The Trained Nurses."
Evening Prices—loc. 35c. 59e, IScj Boi Seat a
91. Matinee Prices iexcept Sundays and Holl
days) — 10c. 25c, 500. Phone Douglas TO.
MARKET STREET. OPPOSITE MASON
ALISKY'S TEN SEREN ADERS.
"A Night in Hawaii"
Sweet Singers From Southern Seas
Vaudeville's Virile "Third Degree,"
"The Police Inspector"
COOGAN A- COX BELLE OLIVER
"Aa You Like It." Tetrazzinl of Ragtime.
Coming—Arthur Pelkey and Tommy Burns.
Sunday Matinee, July 20
EIfGAGKMEIfT EXTRAORDIX \RY
The Veritas Motion picture Production.
Depicting America's Wildest Game. In
cluding Herd of -1.000 Wild Elk.
Matiuees Daily at 2:"0. All seats 2.V.
Nigiita, 25c and 50c. Sale of seats now.
BLSII ANU LARKIN STREETS
OCEAN WATER BATHS
SWIMMING AND TVn BATHS
Salt water direct from the oceao. Open
every day and evening, including Sunday*
and holidays, from 6 m. to 10 p. m. Spec
tutor*' gallery free.
The Sanitary Baths
Natatorlum reserved Tuesday and FrMat
mornings from 9 o'clock to noon for woaaaa
"FILTERED OCEAN WATER PLUNGE"
COMFORTABLY HEATED. CONSIANTL7
CIRCULATING AND FILTERING
Hot Air Hair Dryers, Electric Curling Iron*
and Shampoo Room for Women Bat he.a Fr»».
BRANCH TUB BATHS. 2151 GEARY sr.