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Without any effort, though goodness knows there are times when I'd gladly ex
change any brains I have for that, hut prettiness opens so many doors to you,
end prejudices people in your favor right from the start. It's like, an attractive
show nmidow that makes people want to come inside and see your wares."
The second girl was thoughtful. "It is a great advantage,' she admitted,
"but you know perfectly well that you arc popular, and that you have succeeded
in business without it" :
"Oh yes," said the rebellious one, "I suppose I have done pretty well, and
youve done better, but I know we could both have done a lot more if we had
only had prettiness as well as brains." •'.'/: •»
The other girl , eyes shone with a brightness that brought her very near
in the bcauiy she was admitting she lacked. "Somehow I don't feel that way,"
she said: "Of course sometimes I wish I were pretty, and then again I take
the greatest pride in seeing how much I can do without it. I think it's really
the most fascinating thing in the world to win in spite of odds. It's just like
cards. You know it's fun to have such good hands that you can't help win
ning, but it's a lot more fun to win in spite of a poor hand just because you
played it perfectly. I can stand having poor hands in cards. The only thing
that troubles me greatly is to feel that I didn't get the most I could out of what
I had. Even if I win I'm not content when I feel that I didn't play my cards
just as well as I possibly could have." ' ,
"The only failure is not to have done the best you could," says Cannon
Farrar. , # ■
i doubt if this young person would have realized that she was expressing
the same sentiment, but wasn't she?
Life is a game. Some people have good cards and play them for half their
value, and others with a mediocre hand win out. We can't all have the high
cards, but we can all play those we have in the best way possible. Are you
doing thai? or are you playing a slovenly game because the great dealer did
not see. fit to give you just the cards you would have liked? Which?
SOCIAL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Potter entertained
at a large dance in the Hotel Potter in
Santa Barbara. Tuesday night in com
pliment In Mr. and Mrs. Harry Checker
ing and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Filer of
New Tork. The affair was held in the
palm room, and the adjoining garden
was thrown open for the pleasure of the
strollers between dances. Lanterns
•were festooned under the trees, and
the tables were massed with red gera
niums, the effect of which was ex
tremely artistic under the soft glow.
Some of those who enjoyed Mr, and
Mrs. Potter's hospitality were: ;
Mr. and Mr«. Filer Mr. and Sirs. Chtekering
Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. end Mr*. K. K.
G. Heashaw •■■ JJaxley - ;
Mr. and Mri. Joseph Mr». William Miller
. nan Graham
Mr, and Mrs. Joel Miss Marion 7M\m
Fithlan Mies Marjorle Bull
M■• and Mrs. Talbot Miss Mna Jones
Walker r " '• ■ Miss Florence Henshawe
Mr. and Mrs; W. P.JMls* Elinor Park
R*>fi(i!n(ftr,n Dudley Dexter
Mr. and Mrs. James j Harold Print
Kin;* Fteele Charles Keeoey '
Mr. HJifi Mrs. Ferdinand! Frank King
Rain |Franrl* Undorhill
i qAiaiodore and Mr.-. Harold Chase
James Bull i .'--' ~
* * *
Letters from "Witter. Springs tell of
the round of gayety which the quests
of the resort have enjoyed for the last
fortnight. Swimming races billiard and
bowling- tournaments have formed only
a, portion of the pastime, and besides
these amusements there have been card
parties and picnics and the ever popu
lar balls. Among the visitors from
San Frnnclsco who have been partici
pating in the merriment are:
I'r. and Mr*. G<K>rgel Mr. and Mrs. R. V.
ralmer EUI» J
Miss rtmda Palmer , Mr. and Mrs. M. J. i
Mr. and Mr*, Cyme Savage \
rieroe i Mr. ami Mr*. E. A. I
Mr. an ' sin. James N. Chrlstenson |
Block Mr. and Mr*. Hewitt
M!*s Mftlrtta Block ] I)av»npi,rt
>riss UrsulaXansan i Mrs. John G. Kittle
Mr. . and Mrs. Charles] Miss I'.iuny i.«:oian «
M. "Waller (Mr. and Mrs Lorenzo
Miss r.vr-lyn Trailer I Arena 1(
Lawrence Waller -Ai'.ea Kittle
Mrs. H. Neil Ilobart and Miss May j
Kyre returned to San Francisco on the
Mongolia Wednesday after having en- |
joyed a three months' tour of the ori
ent. .Mrs. Hobart is in San Rafael,
where she is making a brief visit wit
her brother in law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Lilley. Miss Eyre "has
returned to her home in Menlo Park.
' * * -: - r
Mrs. Albert IV Brayton and Mrs.
Cliarles Clement Clay are enjoying a
\-isit to Shasta,where they plan to re
main until the end of the month. Mr.
«nd Mrs. Warren Harrold, the latter of
whom was Miss Madeleine Clay, will
spend the week end in Shasta.
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Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Vail and Miss
Nan Vail returned yesterday to their
home in Leavenworth street after a
trip to Stockton, where they were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M- Vail at
their beautiful home, Oakdene. The
Vails were away 10 days.
NEWS FROM THE HOTELS
B. R. Bancroft of Merced is staying ,
it the Dale.
Donald ■H. Cox of. Sacramento is a
guest at the »ale.
W. T. Farley, stockman of Nicasio, is
registered at the Stanford.
B. W, ("lark and wife of Santa Cruz
are staying at the Argonaut.
George H. vby and wife of Bakers
field are staying at th* Stewart. ■
R. de Montgales, a stock broker .. of
New York, is registered at the Manx.
W. S. Robinson and Mrs. Robinson »l
Bakersfleld are registered at the St.
Francis.
J. H. Wind, a, plantation owner of
Uaniia, is spending a few days at the
Bellevue. •
F. W. Brown, a capitalist of IjOs An
geles, is staying at the Palace with his
wife and daughter.. ._■■
L. }}. Long, chief engineer of the
Southern Pacific lines in Mexico, is
staying: at the B«H«vu«.
It, L. Polk, who prints the directory
if Detroit, ie staying at the Palace with
Mrs, Polk. They are visiting friends
-f, ft, • '■'■':■ ;- : ■
11. EL Vogf and wife and J. C. Mueller
mi.} wife of Milwaukee are spending the
lurnmcr in San Francisco. They are
registered at the Palace.
John F. Murray, Indian agent for the
United States government, arrived in
Kan Francisco •; and established • temp
orary headquarters at the Argonaut.
X V. Engle. Mrs. L. Edwards and
laughter and Charles and wife,
all of Los Angeles, make up a party
of tourists registered at; she Fairmont.
H. F. Alexander, president of th«
Alaska Steamship company, with head
quarters in Tacomn, is staying at the
St. Francis.} Mr.Alexander la her* on
a tour of investigation.
In The
Social
Whirl
RUTH CAMERON
ONCE upon a lime two girls who
were clever, bright looking, jolly
young persons, but not at all
pretty, even in the eyes of their most de
voted friends, became unwontedly con
fidential and fell to talking the situation
over.
One of the girls was distinctly bitter
at nature's stinginess in their direction.
"Sometimes after I've seen a particu
larly pretty girl," she said, "I can't get
to sleep at night for envying her. It
isn't just the pleasure of being admired
Mrs-. Lovell White has returned to
her home in Sacramento street from
Mill Valley, whither she went a fort
night ago to remain for the season.
Mrs. White will remain in town until
It is deemed safe to return to her sum
mer home. . -
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Hugh Ferguson, the son of Major
Henry T. G. Ferguson, I". S. A . and
Mrs. Ferguson, and George Baker will
return Saturday on the transport Sher
man after a three months' trip to
Manila. Both will resume their studies
at the University of California. 5
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Frederick Iα Murphy , and John Mur
phy, sons of Mrs. Eugene! Murphy,
sailed a few days ago for Australia.
They will make the round trip, return
ing; on the same steamer.
* # *
Mr. and Mrs. John <;, Kirchen and
their daughter, Miss Florence Kirchen.
arrived last night from Tonopah. They
will depart today for Berkeley to take
possession of the Bancroft home, which
they will occupy for the next year. .
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Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Shepard, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
Lathrop have arrived at the Hotel Pot
ter in Santa Barbara, where they will
remain for a 10 days' sojourn. Later
the party will go for a tour- of the
south in which , they will be accom
panied by Vanderlyn Stow and Charles
S. Green.
On their return north Mr. and
Mrs. Lathrop will reopen their home
in the heart of the Palo Alto foothills,
where they will be domiciled until the
early winter.
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Judge and Mrs. Carroll Cook have
returned to their home in Broadway
after a lengthy visit at their country
home, El Wide in Glenn Ellen. Judge
Cook has entirely recovered from his
recent severe illness.
-.:- •■-*'■ /*'..'■■
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Sanborn
have returned to their home in this
city after a visit in Santa Crux, where.
they were the guests of Judge and
Mis. Curtis Lindley.
# * V
Dr. and Mrs. Walter *cott Franklin
have gone to Taboe on a few weeks'
outing.
* * *
Mr. ad Mrs. Laurence D. Ul«n, Mrs.
D.'.H. Allen end Miss Edith Allen re
turned Monday from a three weeks'
motor tour in Humboldt:county. Miss
Allen will depart today for Inverness
to remain a month.
. -' ■ #.. * *- '.
Mr and Mrs. W. D. K. Gibson are
entertaining- Miss O'Brien and her
brother in law, Charles Mosey, at the
Hotel del Coronado in Santa Cruz.
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Herbert Schmidt has returned to his
home in this city after having passed
several days in Santa Barbara as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Potter.
Miss L. Lewis of Los- Angeles is at
the Columbia.
Miss E.R. Strickler of St. Louis is
a guest at the Colonial. J
Mrs. W. H. Dlnehart of Santa-Ana
is staying at the Columbia.
A. N. Youngrer and family of River
side are guests at the Stewart.
K. O. Litchenstein and wife of New
York are guests at the Fairmont.
A B. Xye, state, comptroller, ie stay-
Ing: at the Union Square with Mr». Xye.
G. W. McCampbeH.: a business man
of Marysville, is staying at the; Manx.'
Joseph Glnnelii. a capitalist of Stock
ton. is staying: at the Manx with Mrs.
GlanelH. ;
O. A. Love and family and T. R. Love
and wife are guests at the Stewart
from Woodland.
H. M. Homer and W. H. Homer, busi
ness men of Emporia. Kans., are guests
at the -Union Square.; '
'Georsre IT. Reynolds;'.and R. C.
Younger, business men of Sacramento,
are registered at the Argonaut.
Mrs. L*Wis Delafleld ; and her two
daughters, Misses Charlotte*andiEmily
Delafleld, are stopping , ' at 'the " % St;
Francis. ■
Judge William T. "Whitney; c>t thf cir
cult court el Honolulu is registered at
the ; Stewart with John Marcallion. land
agent and 'clerk; of ' the 'circuit court.
They; are here on - pleasure.
, Jederico fiemlega, one of the wealth
iest planters of Chihuahua, ie staying,
at the Palaco ; with his- family. They
are refugees '■, from Mexico and are tour
ing America during their : forced fab
sence . Mr. Sisrneiga says that ,hi.*»
country will not bo peaceful for "many
years unless the administration change*
and the reins of government are placed
in capable hands."
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THE SAN FTCAXCISCO CALL, FRIDAY. JULY 11, 1013.
MILITARY PRISON
INSPECTOR HERE
Gen. Enoch H. Crowder Will
Investigate Conditions
on Alcatraz Island
Finishes Work at McNeil's
Penitentiary—Other
Army News
Oeneral Enoch H. I'rowder, judge ad
vocate general' of the army, arrived
last night from Washington, D. C,
coming directly from Seattle, where
he went for inspection of the prison
on McNeil: island. He will make the
annual 5 inspection of the Pacific coast
?ra a r^la°n f d! he military prison on ai -
,• * *
Aia.Tor (,«. n eral Alexander :Godl<«y of
the J British army will ' arrive today
from New Zealand on his way to Eng
land. In accordance with orders from
.the j war department, he : will be ex
tended: all .! military courtesies during
his stay here-and; will be met by Cap
tain, Dennis P. Quinlan, judgV advocate
who will a-t as his aid during- his
stay.
* * *
-General John P. Wisser. commanding
the Pacific coast artillery: district, will
depart Saturday for ; San Diego, where
he will remain for about ;a;week, dur
ing: the annual target practice of the !
coast artillery nt Fort Ko.seerans.
Major Jacob C. Johnson,' coast artil
lery corps, will accompany him to act
as umpire, and Captain Louis Chappe
lear and s lieutenant . Charles Hines.
both of the coast artillery corps--, will
proceed to Fort Ro<=ecrans. also *to act
as assistants to the umpire.
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Two thousand rations were sent over
yesterday! from Fort Winfleld ; Scott to
the coast artillery men who are fighting
fire on Tamalpais. and the same amount
will; go , across this , morning.
Captain rGeorge U. 'Weftenbaker.
coast artillery corps. Fort W'nfield
Scott, when further notified will pro
ceed to the. experimental camp of in
struction in.operation near [ th« Pre;
sidio of Monterey, to ; deliver an ad
dress on sea-coast; defenses and kin
dred subjects at that camp. ,
Lieutenant H. 8. XayJor, First field
artillery. Honolulu, arrived ; yesterday
from the '■.'east on sick leave and has
gone to Pacific Grove.
: Lieutenant Thomas' C. Cook, coast
artillery corps. Fort Iflley, has been
granted leave >of absence for two
months, to take effect August 1. -
Lieutenant Lee D. Davis, Fourteenth
infantry. Fort George Wright, Wash
ington, is detailed for duty in connec
tion with the progressive military map
of the United States, and will proceed
to Beaverton; Ore., relieving Lieutenant
Daniel D. Pullen, corps of ; engineer?,
who will return to his station.' ;
Lieutenant W. H. Simpson, Sixth in
fantry, and Lieutenant Ralph Drury,
Sixteenth infantry, who are competi
tors in the department rifle competi
tion, will depart today for the -Pre
sidio of : Monterey. The % enlisted men
who are competitors departed yester
day except four or five, who are with
the fire detail onTamalpais.,,
ARMY ORDERS
•WASHINGTON, July 10. —First Lieutenant
Harry H. Arnold, infantry, unassljned, is as
siirr.pd to the ninth infantry. ';
Captain Fred T. Austin, third field/ artillery,
will proceed to Rock; Jeland arsenal. Ills., for
temporarrdutj-, thence'to proper station.
Chaplain John Taxton. Eighteenth infantry, ii
relieved from further duty nt Texas city and
will proceed to Fort McKentle. Wye., for duty.
KtreT Lieutenant Robert Sterrett. Thirteenth
eaTalry, Is detailed to enter the next class army
school of the line at Fort LeaTenFortb.
CUPID TURNED BULLET
OF ASSASSIN LOVER
Love Decreed Miss Julia Onesti Should
Wed J»*eph Fillppi and Cornet
S<eel Doe* Miracle Act
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
'.HANFORD, July —Cupid surely
decreed that Miss Julia Onesti, a pretty
Italian high, school graduate of this
city, should wed : .fosepli Filippi, '■; a
young musician of San Francisco.; Not
even the rash act of ■ jealous rejected
suitor could frustrate Cupid's? plans.
One evening, five weeks ago, on > the
evening before Miss Onesti "was to have
married young Filippi, Peter Salvestro,*
crazed by liquor and jealously|insane
because his sweetheart-, had spurned
his love, entered the store where Miss
Onesti was clerking' for her sister,, and
when ' she turned to get something
from a shelf he drew a revolver; and
fired twice at her. One bullet took ef
fect in her shoulder, the other struck
her corset steel and | that saved fr her
life. Salvestro, thinking- he had killed
Miss Onesti, turned ■ The; gun on him
self and sent a bullet through his
head, dying two - hours later. Miss
Oneeti made a rapid recovery ; and last
night she whs happily wedded- to her
young musician lover, 1 Joseph Filippi;
They are now in San Francisco en-
Joying a honeymoon. Rev. Father Sal
vador of St. Bridget's Catholic church
said the ceremony and a merry feast
followed. ~
COLONEL IN NEW MEXICO
Roosevelt and Two Sob»"Met by For-
mer Rough Rider
DEMING, N.M., July Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt and two sons left
here at :10 o'clock this morning in au
tomobiles S for Silver City. Captain C.
A. Greenway of Bißbee. Ariz., a , former
Rough Rider, whose; guest the colonel
will be in Arizona, met J the } party here.
■ f ) Going from Home, 11
x to the Sea Shore, make : fiIQPTa 0
£ to me oca tjnorCf ttiurc MOP/A i &
Mi your headquarters at «|2#|r fl
I THE PLAZA !
1 NEW YORK I
si nCiVV IylvlV h
y Fifth Arenue and Fifty-ninth Street '
y Delightfully located opposite Central Park, i'
1 ... assuring peace and quiet. Summer Terrace j^
J Restaurant. Hotel in New York. Convenient ill
The coolest Hotel in New York. Convenient j j
|yj to theatres and shopping district. 'M
f\ Special Rates during the Summer Season $
] I FRED 3TERRY JfS|H2||pH|» Managing Director Jj
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CLUBWOMAN WINS DIVORCE
Reconciled Couple Are Parted
Mrs. Mary M. Eticnne, president of :the Papyrus club, who
obtains divorce after being once reconciled to her husband.
Ironmaster to Pay $500 Monthly Alimony
For Support of Three Children
After litigation and reconciliation.
Mrs. - Mary M. Etienne, ' vice president
of i the % Papyrus \ club and I philanthropic
worker, yesterday obtained \an inter
locutory decree of divorce from Joseph
M. Etienne, president; of the Cyclops
Iron work.-, upon charges of desertion
and cruelty. t
: The J case was heard by Judge Bar
ber, sitting in department 4. Mrs.
Etienne was granted, in addition to
the decree; $500 ,a ( month alimony and
the custody of 'three children.
V: Mrs. « Etienne. who «lives at 1900 Fell
street, was principal witness in her
own behalf. She j told of \ her domestic
troubles,: which culminated in the de
parture of her husband June 1. 1912.
June 24 she , filedvsuit for divorce, but
Judge Graham "; interceded in behalf ;of
LOST SINGER IS
VEXED BY SEARCH
*'Nigger in Woodpile ,, Remarks
Actor Husband on Receiving
Her Resentful Message
Violet GerishV Colby. the noted musi
cal comedy prima donna, who has: been
lost in Europe for more than Fix weeks,
sent a terse. cablegram: to li<=• r husband,
J. Clarence Harvey, at the si. -Francis
yesterday morning:. . The message read:
"Am in London. Inquiries very an
noying. Letter following."
"There is something radically wrong
and I shall get at the bottom of it, ,,
said Mr. Harvey,, a star with "The
Passing Show"l company. "I am not
ready; to say anything detrimental to
Violet's j character, | but : there's": a 'nigger
in the woodpile." If she wants to leave
me—why, I 1 cant help * it. But her ; let
ters which > I received;up '< to ; six weeks
ago, were■ couched ■in affectionate terms.
Since then she has treated ;me with ab
solute; silence." "
,'?: Mr. ; Harvey- intimated that a separa
tion ;probably, would be the climax of
the affair. V ~V''l :- ' ' '■'."■[:-'' :' "■■■■ : "
harmony and the Eticnnes agreed to
forget and forgive. ; '
The husband, however, according to
Mrs. Stleone, failed to live up to his
promise, 'ridiculed l her In the r presence
of ; her friends and her. children and
was harsh in his treatment of her.
- Mrs. Etienne testified that her hus
band's income was $1,500 a month and
that she needed-ssooj a month for her
support and the proper upbringing , of
the children. V 7 . .
AMUSEMENTS . y
WBBM
Commencing B*jD in Commencing
SUNDAY felol|f|||j SUNDAY
JulyßßJljuly
6™ 188 6™
Otinmua Performance 630 tefhQO - Daily Matinee 3:30 |
ALVnt AX rI,OBC Keerny a
GIGGLES and GUFFAWS
Mats.Tomorrow and Sunday
/; X AST I THREE J NIGHTS '
• Leo Dltrichiteln'e Fainoua Fare*,
"ARE YOU A MASON?"
PBICES— NIjrUt, 23c to SI; Mat.. 25c to 50c.
NEXT WEEK— Begins a Brief SeasonW
BESSIE BARRISCALE
HOWARD HICKMAN and Alcazar Co. In -
"Such a Little Queen , *
iHitmaian
v:-.-•■ Geary -: and 'sMason-rPhone>Franklin 150.
I: EVERY J -I 83 WEEK I I MATINEE I
NIGHT BEGINS; - EVERY
. .■γ-ati,*; -' :?;NEXT;:.-U ,:. DAY AT
1 1:30 J J ySUNDAY ; 2:30 <
COME TODAY OR TONIGHT AND ENJOY THE
KINEMACOLOR PICTURES
Aiiiinntfd Phctosmph.v in Natural Colors ~
• MAKING OF THE PANAMA CANAL."
; "ACTUAL SCENES OF THE BALKAN WAR,"
. "JAPANESE ARMY WAR MANEUVERS." : :
; , "U. 8. NAVY REVIEW." ■ r-x--.. w,.:--.- •■':.;-' t
f "U. 8. BATTLESHIPS AT PRACTICE."; ,
; Two Hour ; Program — Interesting• Travel- Talk.
PPjrpC ' Maiinof*., Ant «eat. 23c. ■ '
rIVIV'L.O ( KT»ninß», 25c, , Wβ, r,Or. ~ reserved.
' ITjPJ ■ ■ ■ . 1013' .
• '-i ' ■ LIBERTY. EQUALITY, FRATERNITY. ■ "
I - Celebration ■ of; ii;c :121 tb ; AetriTtrury \ of,' the ;
Fail of the Bastile
1 udpr the AMPtCM < f the Trench 14th of July
so»;iet». lor. . ■ >;' -
The Hod. R. MONM.r. Consul General of France.
Honorary Tresidcnt of . (he D»y.
GRAND BALL M
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\< ilir Ai;f!itnri)i|T) ;raTllion.? V*s,<* an<l Hllmorf,*■
SATURDAY f:\ KM%«. .11 I,Y 12TH.
(Grurirf >fnrrh dt '.' •>'. U■■ t> i
General! AtlnslsKion BOt, Chlldrenll! d<l ••rilSfKre*?!
r.ifrarT Ex»rrf«M Morula/ E»enln|. at »
o'clock. Scottish Kit*. ; Hall.
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SENATOR STOPS
SUFFRAGE BILL
His Objection Blocks Consid
eration of Proposed Con
stitutional Amendment
But Women Obtain Promise
of Hearing on New Stand
ing Committee
"WASHINGTON. ~ July - 10.— Chairman
Henry of the house committee on rules
today told a delegation of woman suf
fragists 1 headed 4by Mrs. Helen Gar
dener, the author, that the committee
would give them a hearing: next. De
cember on the question of : adding; a
committee on woman suffrage to f the
standing committees of the house.
The delegation included the wives of
Senator = Shafroth. of Colorado and of
Representatives Baker of <"aliforriia,
Stone of Illinois and Taylor of Colo
rado. .'■ ■..■.. ." ■ •, "-
Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. Stone, who
did the talking", told Mr. < Henry that
one-fifth of the senate and one-seventh
of the house membership now come
from states where 'J women vote and
that one-sixth of the electoral votes
is cast by suffrage: states. They also
said that in the 1916 presidential elec
tion /nearly,, 4,000.000 women will vote.
.'Consideration in the senate today of
the proposed constitutional amendment
to enfranchise" women ' was prevented
by objection from .Senator Thornton
of Louisiana. . ■ ,•■■ " k y. ' '**
I WOMEN'S CLUBS
"The Mind the Master •of Human
Destiny" will be discussed ] at the regu
lar weekly meeting of the reading sec
tion of ; the Laguna.Honda:; Parent
Teachers' association this afternoon at
2 o'clock at the home of the president,
Mrs. George Wale. 1438 Ninth avenue.
Mrs. 11. B. Hall will be the speaker.
An -invitation is extended to the
public to visit the cookinir class main
tained by the vocational training de
partment of j. the Women's Outdoor
club in the Lick school, Sixteenth and
Utah streets, this afternoon from 2:30
until 4; o'clock. The group of young
girls who have f been ~£ given the ; ad
vantage of j this vacation course will
illustrate a lesson and display its re
sults. 1 ■■" \]: \; : ' •:;■"/.,'■■, .-;• :• . ;' ..
AMUSEMENTS !
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Safest and Most Magnificent Theater in America.
MATINEE > TODAY ANP KVBBT DAT.
ANOTHER WONDERFUL NEW 811-I.
CLARK and BERGMAN, in Jesee; L. LaakT'a
New Tabloid' Musical Play, "THE TRAINED
NURSES ,, ; PROFESSOR OTA GTQI. Violloi«t j
to the Kin of Spain: THE LE QBOH8; WAt. I
TER DE LEON and "MtOCiINS" DAVIES (Thin I
Week 0Dl7);r CECILE RERBSFOBD. EnclUh
Comedienne; THE LONDON PALACE OIRIiJ; I
MISS NORTON & PAUL NICHOLSON: OR- I
PHET:m MOTION PICTURES. SHOWING CUR
RENT EVENTS:'Special Added Featurt. WIL- |
LARD MACK. MARJORIE RAMBEAU and Fel- •
low Players, offering "Kick In." . * : '
' ETenlnjr prices 10c.".20c, 50c, T3e.. Box «eat 11.
Matinee v prices (except Sunday and HoMdaye;
10c, 23c, 00c. .Phone Douglaa TO. , -W:
mm j— LEADING THEATER,
fWlilrr rule and Marls*?.
■ ■ Iff H#« Phone Butter 2480.
Vk\/1« *r? this week
'.N^MM^ff;^;; :;--;■ ,/;-■; AND ■ NEXT.
I MATINEE TODAY!
BEST, SEATS, $1.50
Mat*. Wed., Fri. a«d Sat.
The .\en York AVleter Garden's'
'.■"■'■ BigTiceat Success, -..•'..
THE PASSING
SHOW OF 1912
Curtain 8:15 Xljrhts: -M 5 Matn.
PLone Butter 4-00. ;:
THIS WEEK OM.V
THAT JOLLY OPERA COMIdUE.
PRINCESS
MATINEES SATURDAY ? AND SI NDAT.
POP. PRICKS—2Sc, 50c. 7.V: Box Seat*. 11.
NEXT "PINTAFQRE ,,
MONDA V a li> -rVr *>JIS.XL,
i
MARKET STREET. OMOSITE IOSSIT
"THE girls FROM the
golden west"
CORA YOTHirGBLOOD OAMON'S 7AMOUB
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VAUDEVILLE'S BWBBTBBT GIRLS
ADAIR & HICKEY
IN A REVELATION Of RAGTIKE
Myrtd Vine and Co. i [d Vinton and Buster,
ia "As ..Obliilnf ■-; ; r the Dog I with ? i the
Wife,." ' ■-' .'.'- ■ *'>?■■:■:'.■■■■■ ■ ' Human Brain. ■-.-•■;■''- '
I OTHER STA R ACXS |
HUGH HtMT
THE SON of SOLOMON
i the Sensation; of TODAY ';.''•. r
CRAIG & DAVIS
DE LUXE' , tr^f
' Beautiful '. Art " Studies by < Li»int - Poseurs
v ». With MIES LILLIAN«"WALKER, the'
' Most ; Perfectly Formed Woman la the , Werld
A»Orrßt C.iShow;B-Blg£Acf-8j
fit ICKS .... . . .". . \Qr, 30c. S»e
Miit'-:<" .Kvi-ry I--- ~ ':30" •■ ;:.■■ 7:15 Jv 3:15'
! LURLINEI
;> ; BUSH AND LAHKIAf: STREETS
OCEAN WATER BATHS
; SWIHMIX*. AND TV ft HATH*. :
■■•: Salt water?direct? from. tU* J ocean.■■■.' Open
fT*rjr At? and evening,' inelurtiug fsund«y»
and holidays, from « a. m. to 10 p. m. Sppc
; tatuiV ; : cAllery s frtf.*■;;■.- : ■ ;■_ ; .,;." [,' ■; ■, *; ■
The Sanitary Baths
* '; Netatorliim i, reservedlTuesday ! and; FrlU»
£ morniD: from «: o'clock to , noon > for wom«'a
"FILTEREH OCKAN ■ WATER PLUNGE' ,
COMFORTABLY KZATEO, COHBTANTLY
CIRCVLATIKO AKD FILTERINO
1 Hot Air j Hair Drytrs. Eltetrio Curling; Iran*
iand' Shampoo : Room • far Women. Batbera Free." t
IBRAKCH IUB » BATHB. 8151. OEABV s ST.
. KEAJt DITIgAPgHO.
BJWY BADLY' '
BURNED OK BACK
From Shoulders to Ankles. Skin
Red and Blistered, CuticuraOint
ment Cured in Two Weeks.
14 North Ash St., Spokane. Wash.—
; " My, baby was sick and I had to give hire
' batas and rub him with alcohol and on*"
Serening by ; mistake in th« ,
dark Sl' grabbed : the bottle.
that contained' carbolic acid
and rubbed tome on before I
noticed my mistake. Baby
was burned on the bark from
shoulders to the ankles. The
( skin «v - red J and blistered.'
He suffered quite a little. A ;
• neifhl>or told: me about the
Cutlrura Ointment so I purchased a box ac
once. -I just put the Cuticura Ointment on .
twice a day and the burnt skin all came off
and left no scar. It was only two week*
before he wad cured." (Sijned) Mri. J. H.
Laagiot. Mar. : 29, 1913.
p . ... ——, . •
HAIR FELL OUT GRADUALLY
Valley Center, Cal. —," My trouble b«a»
on my head with Itching first thing.; Next
ray hair began falling. My hair was getting
dry and lifeless and thin and it fell out grad
ually. Right away I began to use the Cu
ticura Soap and Ointment, used only ooi -■■.
cake of Cuticura Soap and box of Cutlcur*
Ointment and inside of three weeks I wu
well." f (Signed) Gregory Ornish, Mar. 3* «
1013. J-" ': * " . «;>,. :
Cuticur* Soap (25c) and Cuticura Oint
ment (50c.) are sold everywhere. A singla
•et ;is often sufficient. * Liberal sample of
etch mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dreas post-card ''Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston."
«T*Men who shave and shampoo with Cu
ticura Soap will find it beat for skin and scalp. •
Drs. STEELE & STEELE
I'■ ■.' The "only . exelnilT* - : licensed skin and fee-:
i ter© I laliits on th» coast. correctlD* ill
! sloped Dfsf-d, outstanding * ears, deep scare,
pitting*, ■ sagged facea. wrlnkl»«, double and
thick lip*, freckles, * molps. , mperfinoas hair,
reend eat hollow cheeks, temples, thin neck*,
•rm». hands and ell facial > defects. .
?»jatfi» Keinoved and the Blunder* of Quack
- Eip«rimeiiters Corrected. - -
Of lees: 601-3 Pantacea Theater Building.
935 MARKET STREET
Hours: I to I; Sunday. 10 to It. Phone
[-■;■ - ■■' -■• ■:-j:;K»arny?2t»3.'-': ' ■ : ■ A _
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
jM /%& Cut Rates
fpß&PtfQlr ALL WORK
\l\ \s" , etrjtnAimDßD
Special Price* for SO Day* Only
Geld Crown*. $3.00? Flat**, 54.00
Gold 1"t Ulnar*. C3| S!lT«r Fllllnee, "'««■
GUARANTEE : DENTAL CO.
•1007 MARKET ST.. Xe«r SUth St.
SANDERSON'S PIUS
For women only. Moet ponulnr
Xt fjand only reliable remedy.
VESfkSW (nrfi the moat obst»nat«
r«»ew In 8 to 10 day*. Price
#*2 bo* or 8 boxen for 55.
' jP * fr Money ' retnrne* if ' they fail.
Mr Call •or write,
RAYMOND REMEDY CO.
19 Seventh Street. San Francisco. Cal.
i HINTS
By MAY MANTON
■ I 1,,, ... |"".. ~' '~;„ ,ii i L L .. " 1.,,.., , , n. "i *■ i u'ii . !■.,, ... ■
T538 Girl's Dress, 10-to*l4 years. '
WITH eLbow OR long sleeves,
SQUARE OR HIGH NECK.
■■ No frock: is prettier for young • girls
than*. this one j made in lingerie style.
Thti season , voile, marquisette arid
crepe de chine are made in this way, as
well as i the s many muslins, the lace
being varied * ; to suit the need of the
special; fabric. Heavier lace is pre
ferred \ for voile, while the thinner ones
suit muslin!. Crepe de chine is pretty,"
with* either. ; This I frock Iβ ; all white,
but so much color is used that a pretty
effect could be , obtained,by. banding rose
color ,or blue with .white. The :■ skirt -
is -straight, tucked over the hips and
■ joined.; to a; simple blouse with set In
sleeves,? The trimming: is all arranged
on indicated tinea. •-• ,
i. ' For 'the;'l2 year size the dress will*.
require 3 s * yards; of material-; 27, t% l
yards' 36 ■. 'or... •'■"•* yards ; 44 inches wide,
with*-20, yards of insertion and 5 yard*
of edging. , ' '".',.- ;' . '*' ■ ' <
The dresel,7B9? is cut in sizes for iflrl*.
from m to 14 years of/age.:: It will b#
mailed ;to any address i by.;the; , fashion "
department of thi? paper on receipt of.
10 cents. :■ •■ V .'■■.■■•-. .■;■■ ■■-• :'■ '
Xo
Size
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