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IN WOMAN'S WORLD
of no distinction, who love and marry
and raise their children. It was Gilbert Chesterton who said, in effect, that
d never be reduced to suicide with so many diverting things happen
in? every day; H. G. Wells discovering that children cry, and Shaw boldly
vealing the perfectly obvious to a startled world. Something of the spirit
that pervades creators of the.world of American short story characters.
, however, is wandering away from the realism and gloom of the
new school abroad, which was first referred to as sometimes encountered in
hie. As it is in a quiet Ibsen home of Massachusetts, where a San Francisco
girl once visited. The people were her cousin?. They were lather, mother
and daughter. The daughter was 34 years old.then, and had not spoken to
her father for 28 years. They lived together serenely, if necessarily, in a sort
of settled melancholy. The father, a taciturn man at home, was well liked
abroad. The mother, who seemed saddest, had devoted friends. And the
daughter was a strange, grave creature, who read incessantly and went no
S \\ hen the daughter was a child the family had spent a summer in Europe.
In Paris she had gone for a walk with her father one day. On some street
corner they met American friends, who insisted that the father find American
refreshment with them. So he turned to his little girl and told her to stand at
the apple woman's cart until he came for her, and gave the apple woman
several francs for her protection. The little girl stood, and he didn't come for
her in an hour, or two or three. He didn't come tor her at all, because he'd
lost the way and was frantfc in another part of Paris. She stood in a sort of
silent terror until night, when the apple woman took her home. She couldn't
lei! where she lived or anything in French, and the apple woman couldn't
to her in English.
Early the next morning they found her through the American consul's
effort>, and she was taken to her mother at the hotel, where her terrified
silence was unbroken for days; never to be broken to her father. This is a
very serious story, but it is true, and it ought to be the plot of a Strindberg
study. Wasn't he the gloomiest of them all?
* * *
Mrs. FJleanor Martin was hostess at
h theater party Monday evening and
later her quests enjoyed supper at one
of the downtown <-afes. Amonjf her
aupsts wer<- Major and Mrs. Henry
F*ereuson, V. S. A.. Mlsp Nellie Grant,
Philip Pasohel. haron yon Schroder.
<*hapman Grant and Lieutenant Mc-
Intyre, I. & N.
* * •
Charlei Huse- Of Chicago, accom
panied by several New York friends.
will arrive in San Francisco July ].
They will leav* Immediately for Men
docino county, where Huse owns a
ranch. Later the party will be joined
by the host's brother in law. Pel by Haii
ns, and they will spend several weeks
hunting' and flehing. Mrs. Huse and
Mrs. Henna will remain in the east
during , the ahsence of their husbands
and will pan* the summer visiting in
different eastern watering; places.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Johnson Jr. are
:r Chicago, where they will remain for
the next three weeks. Before her mar
riage Mrs. Johnson was Miss Amy
Bowles of Piedmont.
# * #
The marriage of Mrs. Florence DHa
plelne Beekman Amsinck and farmer
R»r rejsentetive Hamilton Fish was cel
*»r>j-ate«l in the New York home of the
bride yesterday. «It was attended by
only the immediate families of both
parties. Mr. and Mrs. Fish will leave
this week for Europe, where they will
r-aps their honeymoon, returning to the
metropolis in the fall. Mr. and Mrs.
Breeze of San Mateo. who
have been eummering in the east, were
the. gueete at the marriage.
They will return today to th« Hamilton
Fl«h estate on the Hudson, where they
will remain throughout the geason.
Mr. end Mr*. Breeze will not reopen
their home in San Mateo until th# be
ginninc of the winter activities.
♦ » »
Mrs. LiireH White has returned to
San Francteco after having paused the
weekend in Mill Valley as the guest
of her son and daughter in law. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralston White. The Ralston
Whites will move this week into "The
Garden of Allah," their new home,
which hae iupt been completed on the
Riop> of Mount Tamnlpaie.
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MAT. TOMORROW—LAST 5 NIGHTS
MABEL MORRISON and the Al-arsr O>. in
PIERRE OF THE PLAINS
E<J»er Seltryn's Tirtnreeque Play.
rUrr'KS - Ni|rhf. 2Ro to |1; Matifi»». 25<- to Hβ.
MATINEE THURSDAY. SATTP.DAY. SrNDA\
NEXT MONDAY NKJHT.
CABBAGES AND KINGS
Ad«pr«"l from O. FKNRY'S Stories
ITS FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE
* Leading Theater
\ I Ifl Mr;:n and market
"tT- • i U U" SECOND
TenisM, Wemefls Bienmal NigW big week
Mat. D.lly at 2«30— Sight* et BrSO
In KISEMACOLOR. *
Vorid's Greate»t Spect*cle Reproduced in
Motion and Natural Color
TWO HOUR ENTERTAINMENT
\usmented Orchestra Special Lectnrer
PRICES — SSe and 50e
Thene pleturre will posltit-ely NOT be Shown
t any other theater In this city.
SvTlmmißK and Tab Hathe
Silt water direi-t frcru the ocmß. Op*n
' i pry day and evening, including Sundays
end "holldiye, from « a. m. to 10 p. m. Sp«c
18 April** incloalr*. batbt op«n
U NetTtorium renerred Toewlay and Fridsr
from 9 o clock to noon for women
Hot Air Hair Dryer*. Eleetno Cuihag Ironi
LIFE is sometime- very much as it
is written into stories and plays,
and this is surprising. Of course,
there is a magazine world quite
remote. A fourth estate. They seem to
have a charming society of beautiful
women and brave men, with perfect
manner?, mild wit and no irfspiration.
And also a bourgeoisie recently devel
oped. Formerly there were only two
classes, the rich and the poor. The
bourgeoisie, however, has become a
power in the last year. Homely people
Mr?. B. B. Harris has returned to
this city from Sacramento, where she
has been spending the last six weeks
as the gueet of her nephew, Dr. June
Brainard Harris. Miss Isabelle Har
ris did not accompany her mother but
will remain in the capitol city another
George H. Helimnnn. who recently
underwent an operation at St. M&ry'a
hospital, is convalescing repidly. He
will be able to I?»ve the hospital next
wfpk and m return to his home in t'la
* » *
The members of the 'Lagunitas club
enjoyed an afternoon of bridge yes
terday. Some of those who attended
the flffair Mrs. Chnrle s Jay Fos
ter. Mrs. Henry Mrs. George
Pinckerd. Mrs. Arthur W. Foster. Mrs.
Wank B. Anderson. Mrs. Frank B.
Zook, Miss Mayp Col burn, Mrs. Robert
Menaces, Mrs. William Ba brock. Mrs.
William Kfent, Mrs. Aimer N'ewhall,
Mrs. Joseph Snicker, Miss Ethel Tomp.
kins. Mrs. Edward Schmieden. Mrs.
George H. Roe. Mrs. Alexander T,illey,
Mrs. Ifugh P, Jones. Miss Gladys Jones,
Mrs. Eldridge Green, Miss Beatrice
Howiti and Mrs. Louis Carrigran.
Mr. and Mrs. William Trowbri<lg*»
have returned from Mill Valley, where
they passed the weekend.
# # *
Mrs. William Mayo Xewhali and h»r
son. William Mayo N'ewhall Jr.. re
turno-i Saturday to Pajt Alto aftpr a
delightful visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Athole Mcßean in Auburn.
# * *
Judgr* and Mr?. "William Cary Van
Fleet. Miss Julia Van Fleet and r-Jark
and <""ary Van Floet. left yesterday for
the Van Fleet country estate at Inver
ness, where they will remain until
after July 4.
* * *
Mrs. Georgie Rpaulding le the
gueFt of Mrs. Francis Gay in Honolulu,
where a great deal of entertainment
is being given in her honor. She will
be in the island for several months.
» * #
Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Reddinsr and
Miss Kathryn Redding;, who has
ly returned from one of the fashinn
lee , Mason
MATINEE TODAY 2 ? c sc 5 £
MATIXEE SAT. —LAST TIME SAT. NIGHT
In an Intensely Human Oram*.
"THE PRICE* ,
Cotnm«B<-fnir no*r SUNDAY MATINEE, fmir
nijthts. one metlnw —MX. and MRS. KKMI's
n<»w scrip*. "Travel Talks «nd Motion Pic
ture* of the 'Groat Panama Canal.' "
Seat* 85 and 50 r<>nt*. now atfttag.
A Glorious Show on the Glorious Fourth,
"Louisiana X<ou." .
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The Acme of Vaudeville
j FRANK KKBNAM and Hil O. In Oliver White
InteDSe Play of K«w York I.if*-. "Man to M«n;
PRINCESS RAJAH In Her Kammm Oeopatt
Dane*; BD WYKN. "Tb* Boy with the Funr
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912.
HYMEN CALLS ACROSS PACIFIC
Altar Awaits Golden Gate Woman
Mrs. Marguerite Hanford and Wilhelm Frederick Schuetter, v>ho will be
married in Shanghai.
able eastern pcininnries. are visiting
at the Hotel Del Monte, where they
will remain for sever*! days. They
were accompanied to the south by Mrs.
Redding's sister. Miss Elise Clarke.
* * *
Reports from the sickroom of J. O.
B. clunn are encouraging his friends.
He Ik out of danger and rapidly rp
gainini? ing strength.
♦ * *
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Avenaii were
WOMEN AT WORK
OAKTJVNt>. -Tune 2.'.—The Women*
Good Government league of Oakland
was organized this afternoon to oppose
the proposed recall of city offlcielK.
Work in the various precincts was
planned at the meeting, which was the
initial step in the formation of a per
manent body. Those who were pres
ent will meet Friday afternoon to per
fect the organization, establish head
quarters and outline the campaign.
Taking- a firm ytanri against the so
o!alist attempt to discredit the officials
who are at this time at the head of
the city government, the women got
and laid plans for the regis
tration of hundreds of their ccx wh»
wiH po to the polls on August 5.
At the call of Mrs. John N. Forter
those interested in the movement gath
ered and formed a temporary organiza
tion. Mrs. porter was elected chair
man and Mrs. H. W. Roos secretary-. The
executive committee Includes: Miss
Ethel Moor»\ Mrs. X»llie Nelson, Mis*
Mary McClees, Mrs. Caroling Holmes,
Mies S. T. Nott, Sirs. F. W. Trower,
Mrs. R. CL Youngr. Mrs. M. Graham, Mrs.
W. G. Hawes, Mrs. A. R. Hawkins, Mr«.
J. R. Farrell and Mr*. W. A. 9eely.
The leagrue will organize In every
votipgr precinct in the city and will
makf a campaiirn against the recall,
which will bp based upon a sentiment
expressed aßainst the I. W. W. disor
ders last March, the suppression of
which by the police led the socialists
to staxt the recall campaign, backed
bs' a number of politicians who had
been defeated in earlier municipal
AFTER ROW IN A CAFE
Disarmed by Policeman Matthew ("of
fee while he was flourishing a revolver
in the Carnation cafe. 1360 Fillmore
street, i Maude Harding, an electrician
living at 234 Eddy street, was arrested
early yesterday morning and charged
with assault with a deadly weapon.
Harding and George Dealy, proprietor
of the cafe, became involved in an argu
ment, and Harding drew a revolver and
leveled it at Dealy.
THIEVES BREAK INTO
AND ROB RESTAURANT
Burglars gained an entrance to the
restaurant of Noah Shaw, 615 Eight
eenth street, early yesterday and stole
$315 in cash which wae hidden In a
drawer in one of the booths. George
W. Hafi, 1203 O'Farrell street, made re
port to the police yesterday that his
diamond ring, valued at $300, and a
charm had been stolen by pickpockets.
< aady Ftreworka
Novelties that make appropriate
Fourth of July gifts—firecrackers, can
non, flag and shield boxes filled with
candles. At all four of Oeo. Haas &
Pons' candy stores: Phelan building
Fillmore street at Ellis, Polk and Put
ter street* and 28 Market etrett near
dinner hosts Monday evening in their
home in J-eavenworth street. The af
fair was in honor of Arthur Brown,
the prominent young , architect, who
recently won the coveted priae in the
'on test for the new city hall plans.
Six guests were entertained.
* * *
Miss Alma Tlianf is visiting friends
in I'etroit. * Slie will remain in the
ejjFt several months. Mr. and Mrs.
Thane are at the Hotel Victoria.
BERKELEY, June 25.—Women's
night will be held fty the Berkeley lortgre
of Elks at their ciubrooms in Shattuck
avenue Friday evening. The attend
ance will be limited to members of the
order and specially invited friends. In
charge of the entertainment will be the
Floor- r»r. Charles A. Meek, manager; Homer
H. Swp#sy. assistant.
Arrangements— A. J Wnolser, rhatrttian: W.
Roxs Wrlgbt Milton T. Farmrr and Clyde E.
ttpcepiion—Walter M. forty, fhalrman: Harry
H. Oakle.r. Laurence J. Cbarles S.
Erann. Kaiph Halloran *}. 1,. Srbneirler, 3. 3.
Jtanin, A. S. J. Woorta. 8. F. Wtottaker. A. 1.
I-e«lfe. August Volliuer anrt Hirry A. Sully.
Floor committee —Walter L,. Woodward.' chair
man; w. i;r>«* Wrlgbt and U B. β^bueaeler.
TONQ WARRIORS HIDE AND
CHINESE ADVOCATE PEACE
Large Celestial Organizations
While most of the Chinatown fight
ing men are hiding:, fearing trouble
between the Suey Sing and Blng tongs,
it is believed that the tong war scare
is nothing more than a rumor started
by young members of the Suey Singe.
If they do start a tong war, it 1* said,
every powerful tong in Chinatown will
be arrayed agrainst them.
The Chinese say they want peace.
One of the most expensive tong wars,
lasting three months, was stopped by
agreement a fortnight ago. Twelve
men were killed and the war cost the
tones a large amount of money.
The trouble started Monday night
when the Suey Sings exploded fourth
of July torpedoes in front of the Bing
tong headquarters at Stockton and
Heveral conferanees were held yes
terday between the large tongs. While
peace was advocated by all, the police
are prepared for an Outbreak.
RECEPTION TO BE HELD
IN ORPHANAQE BUILDING
Public Invited to Visit New
A reception to the public will be
given next Saturday, June 29, by the
Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent de
Paul at the recently completed building
of the Mount St. Joseph's orphan
asylum, at Bay View and Xewhall
A mass will be celebrated in th*
chapel at 9 o'clock in the morning and
will continue all day until benediction
at S o'clock in the evening. Arch
bishop Patrick Riordan will be pres
ent to dedicate the new chapel. Tβ*
new building has been erected on the
site of the old structure which was
destroyed by fire two years ago.
There are 400 children housed in the
TALK OV PBISOK aiTESTIOir -Ctßttln Wtl-
Htm J. Dej will d*llTM- • l»rture in tb« Mi»
■ion Baptist rbareh. near INr#nty-thlM «e<l
MUtton «tr#*t*. rriday »r*ninf <-omm*nrtn*
at T:45 o'clock. The *nbi*rt will t» "Tfc*
Thr»»fni<l rr«M«n of tiie DUcliarfed friaoaer
ul lie Solution." „
Hanford Goes to
Mrs. Marguerite Hanford, who re
turned recently to CaJifornia from the
east and Canada, will tail on the Mon
golia Friday for Slfanghai. On her ar
rival in the orient, her marriage with
Wilhelm Frederick Schuetter, will be
celebrated. After the wedding the
couple will go to Teingtan, where
Schuetter has prepared a home for his
Schuetter is manager for Carlowita
& Co. of Shanghai. The Schuetters will
live in the orient for the next two
years. Then they will go to Munich,
which will be their home.
A great many entertainments had
been planned in honor of Mrs. Hanford,
but for th« last two weeks her con
tinued ill health has obliged her to
cancel all social engagements.
Mrs. Hanford Is planning to visit
California some time in the next year,
when she and her husband will receive
a warm welcome from her many
friends in local society.
BERKELEY. June 26.—Young Ladles'
Institute No. 58 installed officers this
even frig at Native Sons' hall in Shat
tuck avenue. The new officers are:
President. Blanche M. Zelt: flret Tioe presi
dent. Laurence Fechln: second rice provident.
Mary (". R<v»re: recording spcretery. I>*ura Col
boarn; flnencial eecretary, Nellie E. Creed: treae
nr*r. Mary K. Nolan; in«r«h«l. Sort I. Row* , ;
tn»lde nenfinel. Mary Feehan; eot«Me *<»ntinel,
I«abell« McColloob: munirian. Marie Bardet;
phyntrlan. Ooctor Burke: spiritual director. Her.
P. Ryan: trustees, Sarah McColloch. Marguerite
Zelt, Mary FarreU. Ktnma Smith. May Counolly;
past president. Ethel Farrell.
Grand officers from San Francisco
attended. The committee in charge
was composed of Mies Josephine Ras
piller. Miss Gillian Roark, Miss M. La
cey and Miss M. Furlong.
ALAMEDA. June 25. — Rev. C. b
Mears of the First Congregational
chufch with Mrs. Mears left this even
ing for Excel9ior? on Lake Minnetonka.
Minn., where they will spend a month
with relatives. During the minister*
»bsence the pulpit of the First Congre
gational church will be supplied by
men and women prominent in th«
[Special Dispatch to The Call] %
SANTA CLARA. June 25—At the
graduating exercises of the Academy
of Notre Dame held today diplomas
and gold medals were awarded to Min
nie K. L/origan and Mary M. Hughes
of Santa Clare,, D. Kipp of San
Francisco and Elveala D. Rianda of
Tres Pinos and a Special degree was con
ferred upon Filisene E. Estrabo of Sen
Jose. Rev. James P. Morrisaey, presi
dent of the University of Santa Clara,
delivered the address to the graduates.
FORESTERS TO PICNIC
AT MONTICELLO PARK
Three Courts Arrange Outing for
Courts California No. 4. San Francisco
No. 7 and Zenith No. 21 of the Foresters
of America will picnic at Montleello
park next Sunday. There will be a tug
of war between team* from Courts Cali
fornia, and Zenith, a swimming contest
between Joseph J. Ade and Bryan
O'Connor and rowing contests. There
will also be games and dancing.
The outing will be under the direc
tion of a Joint committee composed of
the following members of the three
George BUband, C. 3. Wood nil. Joseph G. Mr.
Ponalri. 3. 3. A 4«, William C. Datbe. T. Henry
Muling. Williaai H. Dot\+, Frederick Miller,
William Fleming. Dare Frankel. Cbarlea 3. B#n
nJng, Loula* Owrimnii, C. B. J. Culver, W. *fha
b«r, Leo Fwtnia, W. Sebabey. O. W. etewtrt,
T. W. Hennln*. Alexander Dittan, James J
Ryan, 8. 8. Ceok. William Caaey, T. CL O'Connor
REAY MONEY AND THE
FAMILY PEACE RESTORED
The last word in the flght between
Wallace Reay and his mother, Mrs.
Christiana G. Reay, over the possession
of $104,000 was said yesterday when the
two met at a downtown bank and the
sen returned the money to his mother
and received her forgiveness.
The dispute began several months ago
when Mrs. Reay transferred the money
to her youngest son to scare her two
other sons and stop them lighting as
to who should get in on her win.
When she decided the scare had gone
far enough Wallace Reay refused to
give up the money, but Judge Zook
ordered restitution. Now the family
peace is restored.
CHINA REJECTS LOAN
BECAUSE OF STRINGS
WASHINGTON, June 25.—China has
rejected the $360,000,000 loan from the
banking group of the six powers, prob
ably because of the stipulation for
forelep supervision of it* expenditure.
The proposal for foreign administra
tion of the salt monopoly also has been
declined. Four cabinet officers of Tans;
Shao Vi have offered their resignations.
These advices were received today by
the itate department.
Spoad YooV Vaeatiea
In the Feather River Country on the
line of th* Weetern Paclfto Railway. •
For Iftfutt aad Children.
The Kind You Havi Always BoaKht
Why Some Persons Get
THERE is a certain young friend of mine who often
remarks apropos of family affairs, "I usually manage
to get my own way."
She docs. There is no doubt about it; I happen to
know her family, and f*know that what she says is more
than true. Nor is there anything strange about the mat
ter; she has the most disagreeable temper and the more
imperious egotism in the family. Why shouldn't she
get her way? Just as, of my neighbor's three dogs, the
dog with the most quarrelsome temper would always
get the pick of the feedings, unless my neighbor in
But the queer thing to me about this girl's statement
is the evident pride with which she makes it. Can she
possibly be proud of being the human prototype of the quarrelsome dog, to
which all the other dogs defer rather than risk arousing his temper?
And yet I know many people who speak with the same air of ppide about
getting their own way either in the family circle or in the world at large.
Evidently they do not realize what such deference on the part of other*
means. They seem to think that their success in getting their own way
denotes some commendable characteristic, such as tenacity of purpose or a
strong personality. I wonder if the quarrelsome dog thinks the other dog>
give in to him because he has such a strong will power, such tenacity of
purpose, such a powerful personality. I wonder if he would be surprised
if he were told that he has bis own way simply because he is so very greedy
and so disagreeable when he is crossed.
Did you ever read "The Newcomes"? If you have, perhaps you may
remember the passage in which Thackeray exalts the advantages of self
"To push on in the crowd," says he, "every male or female struggler
must use his or her shoulders. If a better place than yours presents itself
just beyond your neighbor, elbow him and take it. What a man has to do
in society is to assert himself. Is there a good place at table? Take it.
At the Treasury or Home office? Ask for it. Do you want to go to
a party to which you are not invited? Ask to be asked. Ask A. ask B.
ask Mrs. C, ask everybody you know; you will be thought a bore, but
you will have your way. What matters if you are considered obtrusive,
provided that you obtrude? By pushing steadily, nine hundred and ninety
nine people in a thousand will yield to you. Only command persons, and
you may be pretty sure that a good number will obey. If your neighbor*
foot obstructs you stamp on it; and do you suppose he won't take it away:"
So advises the gentle satirist, and such undoubtedly are the rules fol
lowed by these people who are so sure of always getting what they want —
although I doubt if they ever express their code to themselves in quite
such plain words.
And yet these masterful folks are proud, instead of ashamed of always
getting their own way; they boast oi their prowess instead of deprecat
What a (iseer thing human nature is!
DELIRIOUS ANTICS CAUSE
RECOVERY OF SILVER WARE
Actinsr in a. delirious manner at Jack
son and Koarny streets early yesterday
morning: while in a partly nude condi
tion, Emile Hiyett, recently released
A Wedding Gift—
AC 11* &>i>&l*A**sß J Cut Glassware is more
A dp&rKlinS J]! \ < attractive today than
d j \ <j. j ever; it makes a vert;
Piece of wmSM JeMh *'"'"
B em Z the selling agents
flit niaCe >n California for "Lib
\*Ul Ulddd W&M&gsS bey " the n ' nr}d - famou *
T-L n , , i r/ vKyjß glass, we call special at-
Ihe illustrated I asc ftSl? 225, &0&1 . ,• -,
teniinn to its superior
has a deep-cut vhirl richnesS and c l ca rne S s.
pattern; is 14 inches vT^^^m^j
high. iTf"" , / Man)) other factories,
U I / too, have their products
Pf*|/*A \\ if represented in our c.x-
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4#**lopnient In charge of resident teacher from
Dr. Bargmt'i school In Boston. Klsreath year
iMCIu AngMt 20th. Catalogue upon application.
WEEKLY QAlL.ii P£R V£AK
BUTH CAMERON !
from the Nap* f.tate hospital, was ar
rested and will be held for the Oakland
authorities. Hayett was taken to hi«
room, where a quantity of knives,
forks and silver ware was found, fffl
had stolen the articles from the Hotel
Harmonia, Eleventh and Harrison
[ THE FALL TERM OF
Will bPRin on Thursday. Aug.
22, 1912. Primary, Grammar
School and High School Grades.
Prepares for college or for ac
tive life. For illustrated cata
REV. WILLIAM A. BREWER. Rector
H' ITCHCOCK 1/
SAN RAFAEL, CAL.
Accredited: Government Detail: Separate
Rooms: Large Campus; Gymnasium- Indoor
Rifle Range; Annual Military Bacantpsaeat.
Thirty fifth year begins August IS. 1&J.2.
Catalogue on application.
REX U. SHERER A S. J. HALLEV
Sun Rafael, Cal.
Heme and Day School for Girli. Accredited to eelJefri
East and West. Grammar and Primary Deyartsient!.
Four new burets. Exteniive Out-nf-dnor
srndy. redution*. pby»*ra! trainlnc. iteepiag ye eh.
Domestic science. FaJI term open» Ssptenber 2. Illottran-1
honk of information. Frincipa). MARY 1. LOCCTY. A. ».