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If I have faltered more or less
In my great task of happiness:
If I have moved among; my; race r *-
And shown ; not glorious morning face;-
If beams from happy human i
Have moved me.;not; if morning skies,
-Proks, and my food, and summer rain
Knocked on my sullen heart in vain: —
-er«i. Thy most pointed pleasure take
And stab my spirit broad awake." '
A THOROUGHLY good memory
A\ for things in general is a rarity.
But infinitely rarer is a mem
ory for certain things in particular;' peo
ple's names, for example, benefits -con
ferred for another, and happiness for 2
another.* '.'■'" Xf ''*?;';; "-•*-* 2* ' 3 *.
Especially the latter. -y " X
How very easily and quickly most: of us forget to be happy. ..-...» ■*?* ;;■-..
Suppose you should have an automobile given you : tomorrow (and perhaps
we'd belter say, the: wherewithal to run it) ; suppose your husband should get a
big raise :in salary; suppose the very biggest annoyance of your life were to be
forever removed; some rich relative whom you do not even}l(n6w,2an'd
hence could not grieve for, should leave you $100,000 ■tomorrow ;idoniiy6u
think you would be happy for a very long time? i- ' ■ y'X.X
,J You wouldn't."-
Of course you would be very happy for a while, but it's astonishing how
short that while would be. Xd/XX' 2^Xi'iXxx'X2iXXXXXX : i
Somehow: it doesn't taf{e any particular effort to remember to bezunliappy
over the tangles that won't come straight, and the conditions in our lives that
aren't pleasing, and the luxuries: we can not have. But; when the tangle is
straightened, the disagreeable condition disappears, or We gain the coveted
possession, how hard it ]isf lo remember to be happy over our ■ blessing .more than
a day or two. *■ . y.
The duly of happiness is one of the most sadly neglected duties in I the
world. Indeed there are Tsiill, many people who do not even •recognize "the great
task of happiness." X'X.iZ. XX XX X'XX- . :; ''.
7 he old idea thai one must necessarily be sour and miserable in order 'to
he good is slowly disappearing, but it's positive, the idea that goodness and
happiness arc more or- less f synonymous, still smells of brimstone to many foil?:
I know a woman whose morning prayer is "May I be happy today and
make others so." Do you think she can wander very far from the right path
if that prayer is granted? '. . .'. - ' - . .
Is there not blessing in your life today that you were once sure would
make you very happy? And have you forgotten to be so? Then begin again
ioday. It's never 100 late to remember lo be happy.
At" a fashionable wedding In Los j
Angeles last evening Miss Marjorie j
Sibley Severance, youngest daughter 61 I
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Severance, became j
•the bride of "Walter Scott "MePherson, 1
of a •prominent, eastern family.
Tho wedding was celebrated in St.
Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Bishop Johnson
officiating. a brilliant reception, fol
lowed at the Hotel Alexandria. ;
The bride, who was gowned in : .'-.'n
creation of brocaded satin and 'lace,
was given in marriage by her grand
mother, Mrs. Caroline M. 'Severance of
West Adams street, the; "Mother of j
Women's Clubs"; probably the oldest I
living clubwoman in the United States.!
'Mr.B.'X Co m Ma rto rv. T of * San ;D1 go
* ' V^K S the matron of honor. The brides-j
lntids were Miss Louise Boyd of San
Francisco, Miss Caroline Trask,.Miss
Mary Burnham and - Miss. Florence j
Rowan.. ..."--■"" ■ . ,- ;
John V. MePherson of New York .was
his brother's best man. The ushers
were J. C.McFarland; R. B. , Naftzger, j
Roger D. Lapham,;! Reginald Johnson j
of Pasadena, and John H. "Lapham of
New York. The future home of the
couple will be In toe Angeles. •
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Invitations Were Issued yesterday by
Mr. aud Mrs. Francis Latimer Mathieu
fes- the marriage of their; daughter. |
Miss--Marianne Mathieu to Alexander
A. Wilson Jr. on Wednesday evening, ]
June 18; at 8:30 o'clock. The cere- |
mony'will be held In St. Luke's church.
A supper, .which will follow immedi
ately afterward *at the* home, of the
bride's parents. 2611 Pacific avenue;
will be attended by 40 guests including
the relatives of both parties.
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sprague and
their children, William and Thomas j
Sprague, have closed their home in j
Menlo Park and have gone ;to Del j
Monte where they will' spend the sum
mer. Mrs. George Boardman and her
granddaughter. Miss Dora Wfrin; are
among' others who are passing the j
season at this resort. Miss" Ethel Mc-
Allister is In Del Monte for, a few days
as the guest of Ml Winn.
- a- * *
Mrs. "William Root; Thompson took j
her departure yesterday for her home j
in "West Virginia after a visit of-sev£;
erai months 'in 'this city where she
was the guest of her. brother,-Robert
Huh As Miss i Sadie Iluie, Mrs.
Thompson was one -'of ';■■<-■ Francisco's
most feted belles. 'Since 'her?marriage
she has m*kde her home in the south. ;:
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Mr. and Mrs/ Charles Shiels, who
have returned from a tour* abroad,'
have.'taken a house in San Rafael for
the summer.
A ' ""* " * « * ..X-X'". '\;XX
™ Several young people have ; gone to
Napa county to join a camping'party,"
which Miss". ysabel' Chase is giving;
They expect '■ to be gone about two
; weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ralsch and their
daughter, Miss . Aimee -Ralsch, will
spend the summer in San Mateo,Where
they have taken a house for* the sea
son." ■- ■*.■•■■■".. :•
Miss Lily O'Connor is spending^ a few
days in Burlingame as the ,guest of
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Marye. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick -Kohl will
depart this week tor ; Lake' Tahoe,
where they Will"open their ilia, "Idle
wild," for the summer. KM
Adleux will be said today to Mr. and
Mrs. Qarret McErierney, who will de-"
part for New York eri route jto '"> Europe,
where they will spend the summer,sea
The many friends of Mrs.. Mary
Thompson Deady-will be,glad .to learn
that she is cohvalescing;-rapidly;.; from
a severe case'of blood poisoning, which
has confined her to* her * home .for sev
eral weeks. Mrs. Deady will pass the
entire summer with her aunt, Mrs.
Frank P- Thompson, in her home in
PUo Alto..;*". i-'x..' ' " X-Ty '. "■
Mr*. Richard Kipling was among, the
arrivals on *. the China yesterday.; She
will make -an;* extended- visit in Cali
fornia, the greater 'portion ...of; which
will be passed with her brother in law
and sister, Admiral and Mrs.' William
15. Whiting.*...': '...'» ■-'
The Misses. Morrison; of > San Jose are
visiting at the .Hotel Del Monte, vwhere
'thflv. will remain; some weeks." Every :
/#4* sees;them on the golf ; links, which
are proving the; chief j attraction of the
resort at present time. iX -
Mtv and .Mrs. James ** It. K'.hv.i rds .of
Santa Kosa, ... at i present the quests af
Mr*-' William Hood in her Ilroadway;
residence, are looking for a house in.
j this- city,'where they-contemplate; lo
i eating' for the" next three year*.; Mr. ;
i Edwards is associated - with Luther
.Burbank in the horticultural depart
ment of the Panama-Pacific interna
tional exposition. *•"-;.
i -*; ; * *
l Captain and Mrs. "William Holmes
I McKittrick; of - Pakersfield. who have
| been making a brief tour; of l th) south. J
: are staying; for a few days at the Hotel
; del Monte, -"i 'X ■-.-**' * :: ;-' *.. ''- : ''' "" -
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood: Putnam will
depart next .week for Xew York. Later |
they will; sail for Tan extended tour '
abroad. Miss Elizabeth Putnam will
enter Vassar this year.
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Mrs. Carrie; IX Donnelly, daughter of i
Joseph 1/Terry; one of the [ pioneer \ res
idents of "the* state and : sister !of-John
and Paul Terry, the newspaper; artists,
was married ;at 1- o'clock" noon x Mori
day to Henry G. Lctaghurst,. an adver
tising; man of .' Sacramento. , "X~
Only intimate; friends: of the; ;two
families were present;at the wedding;
at which Rev. William E. Couper ) offi
The young couple left afterward for
a honeymoon trip in the ;southern part
of the state. They will be at home,
after June; 20 at 112 Clayton street. ;
Judge Graham Receives Telegram' From
Guardian, Telling of Estate Worth
-; 910.000
: Through the publication of a notice
that Mrs. Mindell D. Case had been
i appointed administratrix of the estate
of her late .husband,' John W. Case, who
left an estate ;valuediat*- $10,<j00. Nor
man L. Case, a son* of 4 the decedent by
a former 'marriage; will Inherit ; the
money., '*'';;.'. '
i Yesterday Judge Graham received a
telegram from William H." Good of New
! saying that he was the attorney
for young Case's guardian, and; re
questing :. full information concerning
i the property, both; here and in New
York, ; left 'by Case, who died January 7.
1;.'.;I;.'.; W. H. McNillty, clerk' of ■ the court,
was instructed to wire full particulars.
Public Welfare Committee Decides; to
■■--■- -- :-• '■--.-:.. -i.'-y- I »-■; • :
Auk City Attorney Long for ;.;
?;Further action leading to the removal
of the cemeteries was I taken by the
supervisors' public;welfare"committee
yesterday,] when It : was decided Tfto2 re
quest City/Attorney. Cong for an opinion
as to what legislative steps are next
in order J to"accomplish the; abandonment
of the burial places. ; Supervisor Gian
nini expressed the opinion the
cemetery . associations would be called
upon to bear the expense of removing
unlnd en tificd;Js raves -; and that; relatives
would be responsible for the "cost of
removing the identified dead. -'X. ' ;'•> y
Mr*. Taylor ; I noble to Plead on Charge
at Forgery
(Special I>l*patch : to,Tiie Call) v ' .: i'\
Xx NAPA, June, 1°- —This , morning -was
set ;for Mrs.; Mazie; Taylor, formerly a
well known society;woman; of this city,
to enter, her plea *to a charge of forging
a check for $5,000, but the case did not ]
proceed. The attorney^or the defense |
said that Mrs. Taylor was ; 111 with a
nervous attack at her residence," and i
was unable to appear ..; : In court.; The
case was continued : until 'Wednesday I
afternoon at 1 o'clock, ;when the de
fense plans I: to; make an attack* on the
validity of the indictment found * in; 190S, 1
Eirunl°n« 'to Lake Tahoe
One-Way. Fare For Round Trip
On June 13th and 14th.- from San
Francisco. Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley,
San Jose, (Sacramento and points be
tween via. Southern Pacific. Includes
'7S-mile . tsi earner trip around lake,
stoppings at al! resorts. Return limit
.Tune 17th." Fishing now exceptionally
good.—Advt. . :
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
; -.■Bears the /T]jf ' iS/Xll/? i ■***";* 7-"**'
Signature ol <~£a^/fficUC>£tf£
Mrs. Marion Bishop Admits
Paying High Price for .
Italian Title
Market for Counts Fluctu
ates, but She Finally
Found One for Sale
(Special I>!sna.leh to The Call)
NEW YORK". June 10.—A pretty 24'
j year old widow arrived today on the
I Noordam, for,. a final visit to this coun
try before achieving the ambition she 1 '
~ , - >s- —- ~ - "•j."' • , apftjßHWßt" "Vm";"**!!
ha* cherished since she was a little
girl in pinafores. She ts Ing to be a
.titled- lady. Mrs. Marion Bishop, erst-'i
while of Alabama, and soon to make ;
3?*"**^B"^-- ; * --5--j ■ --.-.»,- .-- .:,:: -..• .- ; -.- ■ -,i*»wsi«!
her home .in .Italy as the Countess
ft"***"* . _• -<&?»mim l
Moretti, stood on the deck of the liner
today and told about the beautifully
manicured hands of the count and how
the Europeans market for counts fluctu
ated. , XT'
* *- !-' -t' <■: .
. "My husband died soon after we were
married, when I was IS," she said. "And
it seems as though I had been a widow
all my .life. - -. ■ ,-••.
;I>4T;; have had',always< a desire to be a
princess or to have some * title, and so
when my husband, who was an iron
manufacturer, left me money, 1 saw a
chance to realize, my:hopes.**-' <Z&jmsi
"The first time I went abroad I did
not find anybody, but . now 1 am en
gaged to -Count/ Lionel'- Moretti, a re
tired lieutenant of the Italian army.
."I wanted a title, and lie seemed fto''
me to be about as good a titled person
jas could be found. So I put the propo
sition up to 2 him) Ini a purely business
like way, and found that his price was
a 1 little higher I had anticipated.
' "The price for counts fluctuates. We
Anally 'agreed on" a figure and became
engaged. Tt was so J high that I have
had io begin to economize. You see
I came back on a small ship. »
There was a Russian prince who un
derbid the cqunt by a good deal, but
his fingers were ail stained 'with c nico
tine. The ..(Hint's fingers are long and
tapering and his hands are beautifully
manicured.vi* ■-, Xf
. ,i-Ti' am fgoing to close up-my business
affairs"; .hero and ,go back.'- in ; Septem
ber to -be married. Then 1 shall be'-the
Countess.'Moretti;, ~ Doesn't that' sound
1 --flne?;r'*cy--*;-; : * -**..' ; *"'* .' ; •*•■ r*X:i.z. i
Citisea*' Committee of Stricken Ohio
■ City AeknowledgfK *Aid-Received* "'*
' From S San Franciaco
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The Citizens' Relief commitee of
Hamilton, <).. has; sent,', the folio wing
communication X for publication Jin 'the
hope that it may come; to the attention
of all who contributed to aid those in
want', following the April flood in that
City: v' •' ''■" 'X X ': ' ' '
X... "1n response; to appeals \ sent out in
| behalf of the flood sufferers of ; Hamil
ton, letters and contributions have
[ been received from your city. It has
I been impossible Ito "acknowledge many
| because',of insufficient accompanying
addresses. ''" -, -' *
; "Will you. through your j daily j press]
convey Jto ,such" contributors ).the* same
thanks and gratitude which a personal
answer^' would have carried?''; ,XX
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, JACKSON, ; Miss.. Jane 10—-The Mis
sissippi legislature met in extraisession 5
today to pass x measures; enabling the
Mississippi board of levee ; com on
ers to Issue bonds for $3,000,000 for the
improvement and repair of levees dam
aged by the recent 'Ti floods in the Missis
sippi river. \ '
Budget of Store News
John E. Magnin, President
Grant Avenue at Geary St., San Francisco Phone Sutter 3600
.* ■ ■
There; Are Sales and Sales
All Over Town;
The Magnin Alteration Sale
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is not one of these
he Magnin Sale is in a class
1_ 'i. I£ £ *1- Hit • Ci
by itself, for the Magnin Store
has no alternative, as the Mer
chandise must go, in order to
■* dJP '■■■.„ J ■
make room for the carpenters
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It is impossible to quote prices, for the stock is too
varied, but come in and you'll find the garments and
hats you want at the price you want to pay for
your Ready-to-Wears.
ail garments—Coats, Cloaks,
Suits, Waists, Children's Wear
and Hats —are of the justly
celebrated Magnin Quality,
but the prices are lower than
ever offered before at Magiiin's
Club Takes Up Cooking
Domestic Science Now
Only One Voice Raised
Against Introduction
Of New Study
, '% Music, - art ;. and v books .to ;?. the :~ ex- i'
t elusion of other things have engaged!
the attention of the- members of the ! .
Papyrus club since us- organiation \
{several: years ago, but .now they have ; I
:. .■ -~ :*■:-.-,----- "■ ---???&-:*$&&&*&&&& \
.taken-to heart the line Which says j
;that "civilized man can not live with- i |
out cooks."
i The result ,is the* formation of a j
domestic.science section to be throughly j j
jM.|«s«a>- i »ji»W'V-",,9a*~y»:'- . ... '--■.•ssiwot ]
practical in : its nature which practices j ;
under the leadership of Mrs. D. J. j
Patterson, the first of. its kind to be
found in the San Francisco club.world.
A special meeting of the club was j
called ; yesterday which, was unusually '
1 -■■■■;- w *- X * : - * ■■-■*''-' Vl j
well attended and tne new section was .j I
instituted with, but one dissenting i
voice. : •< : l .
j;The name of the .woman who refused j ;
to .Interest herself in household af- j
fairs was loyally withheld and a hope j }
was expressed that she eventually will ! ;
'■ succumb to the influence of domesticity. '
Lessons in cooking will be given on
the first and third Mondays of each ,
month, the demonstrations to .be ■
furnished by different I members of the j
club who are skilled in culinary arts. | .
Each course of a dinner will be taken i ]
lup in turn and the results will be j
I served at the luncheon which is to be a
■ feature of each meeting.
Mrs. Eugene Folsom, known < among
• her friends for her cooking, will be
j the first demonstrator at the opening
! meeting of the section -on the first
Monday in; September. , -
I: After luncheon the time 'will be de-
I voted to sewing.-.'" Embroidery will be
I taught but far more : practical lines
I will be mastered. Felling, Inserting j
j gussets, fine seaming, hemming, darn- 1
I ing and all the other ;multitudinous.
I possibilities: of the needle are to be
mastered. 1 .-
"/Reports -will ,be given ;each month
las to the seasonable food th(\n, s in
market and advice as to buying and '
I prices will be furnished. Experts from
the'outside;will be engaged to; speak
(from, time -to time on the , nutritive
value of foods and Ideas as, to prac
tical menus will be furnished. .
Home economies', hygiene and in
dustrial art : will be; expounded in lec
tures also but the main object of the
hew*organization, is to gain practical;
results and impart thoroughly 'practi
cal information.
Outsiders, who are not members of
the Papyrus club will be permitted to
join this .section on' the payment of
an initiation, fee. ' ■ '*
fy Another new section was formed yes. :
terday also, one for ;; the study, of
I French. Mrs. Patterson will' be leader
of that as well. : :
;,\ Lecture, "The lied Light Districts:
a Menace A toA. Our Homes," ."' Dr. R." O.
Moody. University of California, to
morrow evening 'at Green Street Con
gregational church, 613 Green street.
Meeting, South ;of Civic Center "'lm
provement association, this i evening; at
Qulrilan's hall, 1243 Folsom street:
Matthew; MeCurrle speaker. j - I
• Entertainment,- The Emanuel*, to
morrow}, evenings at Westminster Pres
byterian Church, R^ge/.*and Webster
streets; toi raise funds to buy piano* for
the church. "'-"'yf '■■ ,■.•"*■:. • *. "
Meeting;, Women's rrnuremive club,
tomorrow afternoon at Columbus hall.
Dr. sobey v speaker on \ "Children's Dis
eases." l ** ' "'-■' •' ■' ' ' *'*'*■■■.-: ' *XT ■'■'•-
-; Lecture, '•Men , nod Mule*," Sunday
evening by Prof. W. F. Ries, Jefferson
Square hall, . 925 Golden Gate avenue.
Mrs. D. J. Patterson, foremost in
I ! formation of domestic > science section ;
for Papyrus club.
Empress of Russia Com
pletes Round the World? '
Trip From Liverpool
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(Special >. Dispatch to j; The ('»!!)
i- ' VANCOUVER^B*"C.'.'June 10.Citizens
here are enthusiastically enjoying what
eie are enthusiastically enjoying what
virtually amounts to a holiday In
honor of; the arrival of the magnificent
i new Canadian Pacific railway trans
j Pacific liner Empress of Russia.
\f wr*-La -'*-'■ '•", ■*'-'*'>V , >'-'' i ■;■■-"•- -■-*> '^^^aM»ai^^^?9P"S
; This steamship came into port 'Sat-.
. ■ ■-, , . - •■■"..,
urday, completing an all round the
world trip from Liverpool, having left
that port April .1. The Empress enjoys
the distinction of .being by far the
largest; fastest and most elegantly
furnished modern passenger steamship *]
on the Pacific coast.
! ; The-Empress of Russia is a sister j
: ship of the Empress of Asia, which will !
j leave Liverpool Juno, it; following a
"round the; world"; passage";*;to Van
These ships.cost $2,500,000 each and
contain J the latest devices for safety,
comfort and speed.
2: The Empress of Russia established
a new record-} between Yokohama*• and
Vancouver, covering the distance in
nine days and five* hours, which is one
I day and five .hours less than the best
previous record.- a speed of 13H knots
was averaged on the trip.
Captain E. Beetham. commodore
commander of the five Empress steam
ships of ' the Canadian Pacific railway.
Today's Beauty ; Recipes
I ;X:iXX : By Mme.~ D'Mille.
"Women may want the vote, but the
desire for masculine prerogatives! does
not extend to the wearing of whiskers.
Superfluous iiair on face or forearms
I always will be ' abhorred by women. To
| remove wild hairs, make a paste with
I powdered delatone and water, cover
the hairs I with | this I paste for min
utes, wash the skin and the hairs will j
be gone.
■ "The ' use ;of . powder tends to clog j
and enlarge the pores ;*" of. the skin, j
causing blackheads. It is much better
to use a lotion instead of powder. Dis- |
solve an original package of mayatone ]
in a half pint of witch hazel and apply !
in the morning, it will hold all day ;
and will not look 'mussy' If you
perspire. Mayatone prevents sunburn,
tan and freckies. .
"You; can restore life and -strength; j
to faded and falling *« hair by correct j
shampooing. Dandruff X. causes most
hair troubles, and Mother's Shampoo i
directly attacks the dandruff parasite. 5 ! |
Get lart package of Mother's Shampoo
(only at your druggist's), use it i
just once, and your hair will be bright, I
clean, wavy, beautifully ; lustrous and
easy! to arrange." ] .. ,
■ ■P«MRamaM«aaMH««MMia«ii''
Hair Truths
The Only Safe Hair Remover
Each application of an unknown
depilatory 18 a dangerous experiment j
3 and likely to cause permanent dis
figurement. The mere fact that such
preparations are short-lived .should
alone be sufficient warning to avoid
their use. De Miracle has stood the
; test of time, having been sold for over
11 years, therefore it is the only de
pilatory you can uso without expert
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If you use De Miracle it will be im
* possible I for any curious § persona to I
know that you navo ased 3, hair re
f mover because De Miracle evaporates
immediately after accomplishing its
work, therefore leaves no odor what
ever. On the other hand, if you use
any depilatory with a distinctive odor
an offensive tell-tale smell will cling
to your skin for hours.;
Others Advertise, "Guaranteed? 9
but give no gusro.ntee. De Miracle is
the only depilatory that has a binding
guarantee in each package. ' " . .
Avoid permanent disfigurement by
refusing substitutes offered by dis
honest dealers * J merely for a few cents
more profit. If your dealer will not
I supply* you,* send* $1.00 direat. Free in
formation how to determine which
depilatories are harmful an<* worth
less sent In plain, sealed envelope.
New truths in next advt.
De Miracle Chemical Co., New York
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< "CHUALE" CO,, INC. f
J 064 Market 5 St., *aa|Fra»elsc«*£< ,*
Miss Margaret Hill of San
Francisco Candidate for
First Vice President
TALLAC, June 10.—The twenty
seventh annual grand parlor of the
Native Daughters of the Golden West
, S«rssKSMS«, . - - • ;-«B"s»SBBfir* , «S!«M»i«»
opened; here today with an attendance
of more than 230 delegates, from,, the
114 subordinate parlors fof i the state.
Olive Mattock of Red Bluff, grand
president, presided at the opening scs
i sion. Sessions will be held tomorrow,
Friday "and Saturday.
"Nomination of officers is scheduled
I for tomorrow with election -f and : j. in
stallation Friday evening.-,-: An elabo
rate program of entertainment : has
been prepared. ■:,£* «§££
; ' Mrs. Allison Watt of Grass Valley,
grand vice-president of the grand
parlor, will be the new president. XX.
Mrs. Watt's ascendency comes auto
Two candidates : for this year's vice
presdency, through the, rule obtaining
for next year's presidency, are Mrs.
May C. Bold ema n and Mrs. ' Miss Mar
garet Hill of San ; Francisco. Xf XTXTHX
The erection 7of a Native Daughter's
home, which has been presented before
several grand parlors, will come" up
again, f and " the- San Francisco delega
tion : will make a . strong plea to have
the home located there. - -■■ -
WASHINGTON, 10.— Application
for a rehearing in, the Denver water
case was today filed with the supreme
court by the Denver Union Water com
pany and the New York Trust company. ?
b was highly complimented at .the recep
tion held today on board the liner.
The Empress of Russia Is 593 feet in
length ';and .has'ai registered gross ton
nage of . 16,550>" tons. She brought
about 1,200 passengers with her.",,; -
Brnot nan
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A Boarding and Par.School for Girls J
' titi 'i """ini y;t '"i '!"■ "*. ' p ■■■^*—una , .. .upt
i ; Certificate ; admits to Smith. s Wei- l <
Jleslev.TiVfissar and other ; colleges.
Music department under X the best
foreign ' trained : teachers. Fine art
studio. Well : equipped laboratories
| nd gymnasium: & domestic '(/■ science;
1 department. XI Faculty - composed x of ;
experienced teachers from the best.
colleges. Ideal ■ climate". for study.
s For further ;; Information " address ;
i principal' - i
:>2ftOP4CIFIC AYE.. Spokane, Wash 111
"- _ - * ' - x\ ~~L \
St. Mathew's !
Burl in California
Will begin Thursday. Aug. *2li 1913.:
Primary, Grammar School and High
School Grades.' Prepares for, col
lege or for active ; life.' For .** illus
trated catalogue address , .
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•ItammmmmmmmiMMmmmmmemmmmmi^mmmmMMMwmmima^mmmmr^mmm- I
■ EwE m b P<£ S
) Hoaie and ■ Pay School: for J Girls. 1 !' Accredited . toycollezcs' I
; East | and f, West. Grammar | and ? Primary i Departments, j
; Pour J new J building". Extensive 1L grounds. Ont-of-doer j
study, recitations, physical sleeping porch. |
; Domestic science. Fall term opens September I, Illustrated ; j
book of information. P-jnc'pal. MARY, I. LQCKFY.'A: B. j
2J Accredited to Colleges— Grammar * Primary : JPJ : j
St Grades. Twelfth year - Au{. 25. 191 " M.
.•lUbiiicA 1.1.1 s'l'KJi , vrKUET
;.! Boarding j and Pay School: for Girls. Accred-; ]
itedl to ! collene.*.\Grotnmßr| and Primary Grades. ;
f ; Tweuty-K'.xth year.:"Ao(rust:l!>, 1913. ••-;-: -. ]
Xfxy }i i MAKT ?!. 1... Principal. (
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.By MAY MANTON _ j j
7844 Men's Xegligee Shirts
34 to 44 Breast
negligee shirt is the accepted one i
|of warm weather wear. and here is a |
model that can be made either with a
coat or a short closing, so that it fills '
all needs*. Tub silk Is delightful to '
wear and by no means costly when ; ;
made at home. Pongee makes excel- j
; lent summer shirts and madras, per- ! i
cale and the like are familiar materials I
for such use. The back can be left)
plain or 5 finished with an applied fyoke, j
and the sleeves can be finished with
straight cu*fs or with rolled over soft
. For the medium size the shirt * will
require of material 27 or 3 I
yards 36 inches wide.
The pattern of V c shirt 7544 is cutj
In' sizes from 34 .to 44 inches breast*
measure. It will be mailed to any ad
dress by the fashion department of this
paper on receipt of 10 rent:-.
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xl ''AMUSEMENTS-''-- ,
~A Tale of San" Francisco's Little Italy
; ■ - IT ** 1 ■&
WITH ; CHRISTINE ? HILL*' & CO. : ■ _. -
Six Other Big Acts
sjSJWSf* • .;■'■■■ ■'-'■-■-■-.- -;•":.
ALCAZAR O'farreil Nr. Powell
ALvALHI\ phone Kearny .l
Mat. Tomorrow —Last 5 Nights
ISABEL * IRVING. ~ Cora.iWlthTspoon. .' Mads*
' West "and-tbe Alcazar Players In' ..if.
-■ * * i *• ' *-! ■■--■ -f' '-'.-- m
• x 'David -Bflaaeo's.-Successful. Frodnetiou or
rr Mr. Ditrlcbstctn't Comedy.
PRICES— Nlgbt,*G2JC*to;sl; f Mats.. to 50c.
TO FOLLOW— Dltrlebsteln'R; Newest Comedy
-.Its: First ,'.Presentation- on . Any Stage
Ellis and Market.
H. "* ; ■ x b9K Use Phone—Sutter 2460.
Le lS ldB ' I HANKY
Nights. 2."c to $2: Entire Orch. JI at Sat.'.Mat.
..VnVERYWOMANi'N the huge dramatic *pectacl« 1
which will;be seen !at;the Cort Theater beginning ,:
Sunday knight.-;* represents *, the highest,-. achieve
ment of i the I producers'.;* art. 'X Orer < one hundred £
and i. fifty 1 people;' are 5 employ ed \ln - the big : scene".
Night! prices ■ See i to *2; i Wed. and Bat. matinees §
25e sto|sl:so. * Sale i ueee* :at • the r box office sat 9 *
o'clock tomorrow morning. Ida Hosted Harper
Mrs:a*f Dignified and beautiful ;y*•■) *..:; •»'-,- de.£
ligbtfully refreshing .r.* J, * i in contrast .with ;.
the "shallow nonsense which has taken-possession
of .the | stage.'.'. -.'V -: - " *■■-. '*":..- '-'**-'■'. ■* "*;-.■
X,i Tho ! Leading ; Playhouse—Geary, and - Mason. .;
Xl»fh<ly, Except Sunday at* Ssl.". - f
MATS. Wednesday and Saturday at 2:15s
: '-•' fX THIS f and NEXT WEEK
•■'.-.:" Charles Frohman '■ Presents
In ;a;:. ti "' 1 bella donna
•"X'f-XxXi; -:-.'■-;.:Phone s Sutter : 4200.
Victor, Herbert's Delightful Comic Opera
Brilliant' Cant*'' Splendid iSlnslns-Clibirurt
"'■ and! FanionTiPTlvbH.' Orchestra
Pop. Prices, Mc, ."iOc, 75c; Box Seats, *1
'■".;■ xext —"IOIANTHE"
If BttAl ENGAGI M E N T ! •
Tho * Distinguished i Character, Player j
Pmeslinic Famous Characters In Famous Scents
Tie' London * Hippodrome * Sensation!;.
' 'IheParaioxxal X ystery That Set All Europe Talking*; >
8-Oreat tv . dfc :C- *Features-8; -)
I'Hicy.s. • • '"• ■'•'■ '■' •"•*•'•"•'*■ ioc. aoc. 30c 1 :*
«* V MtRIUL wtxWtOGAttO***r TOVftMb
~'. Matinee Today and Every Day
MISS; CECILIA I.OKTI'S. the Inimitable Mimic;
BOH MATTHEWS f & AL i SHAYNE -in "*" Tabloid
Fantasy .""A Night on the .Bowery!!; i HARRY DB
COg. ' :l'l»i?" -Man 5 With * the .Tables * and: Chairs":
•.'THE * llirX(;AitIAN GYPSY;- QUEEN.", IRENE -.
BEKCSKXV. Ctmlial i .Virtuoso:* FIVE < HUBS- *
LEYS."Speed Bora and Girls:l^st ; Week,'Daniel
Probman present,* "DETKCTIVE KEEN"// ' with
ArtiiurmiooiiM; BOUBRT A NELSON y NEW
and Tragedy. xfXx'-'-''" '■ '"* ~ ' -*' " „ •"'■**„
i: • renin* * prices ' 10.-. . "V. BOe, : "'«•. Box ; seats
$1. Matinee price* " (accept Sundays, and Holi
day* ): : - 16c. S -"><•• . Me. Phone ■ Douglas TO.
* Death Defying:
Auto Polo
■;■.■■.■.:'.■•■■■.■. :-j; t - SeußJUlonnl
Auto Races
Emeryville Track
Saturday and Sunday,
June 14-15
.Races Start 3:00 P. M.'. . :
808 ' HUHMAX audi Other Great
.•■'■■ Salt '■ water direct ' from the wan. Open
crew ds-v X audi, Fretting, Including Sundays
»nd holiday*, from 6 a.m. to 10 p. m. Spec
tators',? gallery, free.
The Sanitary Baths
Nat n tori urn reaerred T<ie«day and :Friday
fiinornlngsi from.»j o'clock to noon for women
I Rat Air ' Hair 5 Dryers, Elactrio 1 Curling Irons
i and I Shampoo I Room for Women' Bathers Free. ';
Bsmiemm NEAR § DIVISADERO. - X yyf x ..
mmMmimmmfO**!'**''*^^^^^!^^*^^^^ mmmm ~ ■
' Raker and Oa"fe?Kt»,*g Sitting I Sessions Wed. and |
\ Sun. Eyes, and ' Sun. Aft. 4dml**H>n, Including,
Skate* Sir. FBI. EVE. SKATING ; and J DANC- .*§
ING "PARTY. Skatingi.7:.lo to ,; 1". i Dancing in
to 12. Admission ;■ this i eve.. , Gents ; sQc,'| '.adieu |
[ 25c, including j Skates; and "-Checking.***-." ■
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lyi/'WV .I*4leal Auk your I>r««Ut (ct/mX
4 <(!&£» ' CM.****.!*** IM»»o»4 Bra««//WV\'
LP&m&mA lilt* In lied ' and Void metali;c\%JV
I bones, sealed « with « Blue j; Ribben.tVfg.
! m'Klfl Tab* no other.*? Bar ofyoar "▼-»■*
llf H igi * years known as Best, Safest, AWays Reliable U

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