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VOLUME 114. —NO. 47.
"Passing Show" Remains for Week Tivoli Rehearses Another Revival Former. Leading Man Re turns .to Alcazar With Bessie Barriscale Vaudeville and Motion Pic ture Theaters Announce Interesting Bills Owing to the unprecedented success of the "Passing Show of 1912" at the Cort theater, arrangements have been made whereby this great New York Winter Garden production will remain another week in San Francisco, cancel ing all other bookings in California ex cept Oakland. The sale of seats for next week—the third and last of the engagement—will open at the box office this morning. Sunday night. July 27. will be the last performance of the "Passing Show of 101 Yin this city. The following week the production will be taken in tact to Oakland. Three matinees will he given during the last week — Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. ** . * The Tivoli lias scored another "re vival" success this week in the Gilbert snd Sullivan repertoire. "Pinafore" has attracted splendid business and promises for next week's reception of ••Tlie Mikado" are exceedingly bright. "The Mikado" will be staged next. Monday night, with Teddy Webb as Ko Ko, Henry Santrey as Pish Tush. John Phillips as XanW Poo. Charles Gal lagher as Poo Bah, Robert Pitkin as the Mikado. Rena Vivienne as Yum 'Yum, Hon Bergere as Pitti Sing. Marie Sherwood as Peep Bo and Sarah Ed wards as Katisha. Bessie Barriscale will have as co star next we%k' at the Alcazar Forrest Stanley, who will be remembered by local play patrons as Laurette Taylor s leading' man ,at the Belasco playhouse when that now famous star was play ing a brief engagement. "The Tfaveiing Salesman" will be the presentation. It was written by James Forbes, author of "The Chorus Lady." ...-Nothing better has recently been con trived in the way of a vaudeville pro gram thai* that promised by the Or nheum for next- week. Miss Orford ycill, exhibit elephants in an act that t . lipses anything presented here in the trained animal line. ■ Pat Rooney and Marion Bent will seek approval with a witty and humor ous ' skit called "At the Newsstand." I.ar.tbert4. "the master musician,'' plays the violin, cello and piano and makes up in full view of the audience to repre sent Josef Hoffman. Liszt and Joachim. Hal Davis, Inez Macauley and oom \ "pany will appear in a modern sketch by Archie Colby. "The Girl From Childs." Jfarris. Boland and Holtz will offer a comedietta hy Elsie Janis. Ida O'Day will give her "songologue." For the second week of her engage ment Irene Franklin will introduce new songs .and impersonations. Next flork will be the last of Theodore Ben dix and his symphony players. The kin.emaeolor motion pictures at the Columbia theater are proving "the For next week the human interest story of Nathaniel Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter.." the great American classic, will be revealed in motion pic * * Xn unusual -musical comedy attrac tion is' announced for the American (heater beginning next Sunday. Charles ' Iphin will present "the twentieth cen tury pirls" in "The Follies of Paris," a tnbloid musical comedy, filled with dash, bright muslr and real humor. Alphla will he remembered particu larly f*r the clever productions he put on at Fischer's in O'Farrell street be fore the fire. He is a.producer of tm :c = tioned ability, a writer of * the music in his pieces and was the first man to produce "tabloids" on the Pa * * * Edith "vTyckoff. the pretty young woman who plays the pert telephone girl in "Such a Little Queen" at the Alcazar, is another San Franciscan who has successfully invaded the New York dramatic field. She studied her art In one of the local schools and then went *o Broadway, where she was enrolled tn one of the companies directed by Charles Frohman. Porter J. White and his associate players are making a pronounced hit at the Empress this week in his ve hicle, "Scandal." a strikingly original sketch. Fred Pisano and Katherine ftintrham score with their parodies and Irish and Italian Impersonations. An other feature is the oriental novelty .of Emma Francis and *her Arabian lads. The coming week's hill at the Em press bids fair to eclipse many other of the very good bills with the Ex position Four as the headline attrac tion. As the added attraction the Empress management announces "The Trainer," a dramatic sketch of turf life, with Caul Dullzell. George Pierce and Jack Harrington, former legitimate players, composing the cast, » §) * Arthur Pelkey. claimant for heavy •weight honors in the fistic arena, will top tlie new bill at the Pantages next Sunday. This will be Pelkey's first 'appearance in this city. As a fea t-ire. Mrs. Bob Fitzsimmons will pre sent a spectacular musical comedy, "A Bulgarian Romance." Mrs. Fitz simmons is assisted by Charles Dano atid 14 singers and dancers. Alisky's scenic production, "A Night in Hawaii." is a fine drawing card at the Pantages this week. * * * A marvelous production of "Quo Vadis" in motion pictures comes to the Savoy, theater next' Sunday after noon. En conjunction with the "Quo A'adls" riiotion pictures there will be Stroud's pictures of a country little known to Americans—the Wickson Hole rcg-.ion where nature is at Its grandest. ARGENTINA'S MEAT TRUST BUENOS AIRES. July 16—By way of ending Its discussion of the alleged meat trust In Argentina, the chamber ot deputies named today a commission *<< study the question and recommend measures for safeguarding the meat in dustry. • TO YOSEMITE IN A NIGHT DO XT MISS IT . Pullman Sleeping Car via Southern Pacific. Leave Kerry Station 9:40 P. M.; Oakland, Sixteenth Street Station, 10:17 P, ML., arriving El Porta] 7 A. M. Round trip from San Francisco, Including vtHgc between Hotel Del Portal and Sentinel Hotel, in center of park, 14 miles, $22.35. Stage thence to Wa wona (Mariposa Big Trees), 26 miles, and return, $15. Comfortable camps in »<> flrst class hotels.—Advt. Players who figure in the theatrical events and news of the week \ in San Francisco theaters. MIDLAND TRAIL IN NEVADA CHANGED Hoosier Tourists to Elimi nate Reno and Make Way via Bishop A change in the route of the Indlana- Pacific tour lias been made, within the last few days. Instead of traveling: from Ely, Nev.. over the highroad to Reno and then down into Carson Cltv. the Hoosler parfv- will circle from Ely down in through Tonopah, Goldfleld and Bishop, thence north again to Carson City and direct to Tahoe, Cal. As one of the purposes of the tour Is to officially designate the Midland trail this section of the tourists con stitutes an act of approval for the southern, or horseshoe, route in Ne vada. It is presmrned by local motorists that the action was taken on the rec ommendation of A. L. Westgard. a member of the party, who is official patiifinder for the National Highway association of Washington, I). C. Mr. Westgard Jias Crossed the continent In a motor car many times and is familar With all the roads across the country. Whether this action will delay the arrival of the Indiana manufacturers in this city haw not been definitely figured out. Advices are expected from Wie party if there is any change, today at the lajest. The tourists were in Utah yesterday and Colorado the day before. The fol lowing telegram was received by the Haynes Auto Sales company, this city, yesterday morning from its represen tative on the tour: * "Grand Junction. Colo.. July 15. "Emerged from the rockies late this afternoon after witnessing another variety of Colorado scenery. First stop was at Rifle, where we were ex tended enthusiastic reception. Elwood Havnes, father of the American auto mobile industry, delivered -brief ed oVess from car. Lunched at Palisade. 13 miles east of here. We touched the famous Colorado fruit country, the whole populace turned out to meet us, headed Uy a brass band. City gaudily decorated. Each tourist presented with a basket 'of fruit. The remaining 13 miles of roadway Into Grand Junction was lined with ranch ' col upon welcoming us. Grand Junction was on holiday. Obliged to parade through the city. Never ha*ve seen sheh enthusiasm anywhere. This city Is the head quarters of the Mid land Trail association. Banquet, this evening, 420 people attended. Road* very poor, worst experience thus far. Green River 124 miles distant to * ■* * GOSSIP ILOMG -<.\s row " A. P. Berrum, a wealthy flour mill owner of Reno, Nev., arrived In the city yesterday, having driven his Regal underalung ear overland from the Nevada city. Mr. Berrum states that In his business he requires a good mountain climbing car, capable of negotiating any sort of a grade, and that he has found the Regal the best suited to his needs. He has driven his machine for several years without repa Irs. Fred llmvinaii. local manager for the American Motor Car company, to Sacramento yesterday on a business trip. He will be gone several days. * * ♦ Trophy for <oron a Meet September ft —Eleven thousand dollars l is the sum which has been raised -flby the rm i - 250 PIECE RAND TO PLAY MARCHES ! Musicians' Union to Parade Down Market Street on Way to Annual Picnic March music such as never was I'.eard before will be played by a band of 250 pieces this morning leading the members of the Musicians' union in a parade to the ferry for the annual out ins-. It will be the largest parade band ever assembled on the Pacific 1 coaot The parade will form at the city hall at 10 o'clock. Mayor Rolph and President Joseph Matheson of the union following the band In the van of other i city and union officials. A. A. Arriola will be band leader. At Shell Mound park an elaborate pro gram of entertainment has been ar ranged-for. There will be dance music by several hands of 50 pieces. The crowning feature of the day will be a concert at p. m. by the People's Philharmonic concert orchestra tinder the leadership of Conductor Herman Perlet. The program will include: Overture. "Oberon." Yon Weber; mln uetto, Bolzoni; sixth pastoral symphony (two numbers i, Beethoven, and the "Egyptian Ballet Suite," by Euigini. The committee in charge of arrange ments 1 estimates there will be 10,000 there. The committee is made up as follows: A. J. Giacomlnl, chairman; C. 11. King, secretary; Philip Sapiro, Ernest Williams, W. Fabris. A. Trueh ler, F. K. Moore. W. 11. Stross. ,A. S. Hess, W. H. Lee, X Dei t rich, P. M, Schoenfield, W H Rice Jr., A. A. Arri ola. chants of Corona, (Tab. for the "Per fect Circle" meet, which will be staged there on September ft. The course Is now being put Into shape and many prominent "dare devil* drivers have entered for the meet. The following telegram has been received by Mr. F. H. Ott. president of the Corona Automobile club from John Flagler, New York. "I accept your suggestion* Wth pleasure, nnd will have prepared proper tropin- to be known as the John H. Flagler trophy, to be given In my interest, by the Corona Automobile club, September 9, 191,1." * * # t'lilliflnder Car Make* Record- News was received here yesterday to the effect that the Pathfinder car. which has been traveling in the Hoosler tour party with its hood locked. Is making a marvelous condition despite the. difficult mountain roads. The fol lowing Is th* wire received by the local agent from Glenwood Springs. Colo.: "Pathfinder. sealed bonnet, run Indianapolis to Denver. longest on record, marvelous performances over plains, foothills and mountains with out single mechanical adjustment; motor In perfect condition on raising hood to locate short .circuit.- Path finder only car In Indiana-Pacific tour to scale Berthoud pake without radiator boiling. BRUCE DANIELS." TOURISTS NOW IN UTAH farce Delegation of AtifoM \rt aa I Escort for IlooMer Party GRKEN RIVER Utah. July 16.—The Indiana automobile party bound for California over the route of the new transcontinental highway, entered Utah early today from Grand Junction. Colo. They were escorted over the Mifdand trail by a delegation of Utah awto mobilisis, and expect to reach here before night. Entertainments In their honor have been arranged at Green River, Price, Provo and- Salt Lake <*ity. where they are dCc to arrive Krblav morning. THE >if Call HEIRESS BRINGS SUIT FOR HER PART OF ESTATE Miss Elizabeth Hastings Wants Guardian Removed, Mortgage Canceled and , Property Sold That Elizabeth Parker Hastings, granddaughter oi the late Judge S. Clinton Hastings, never was incom petent; that Attorney L. M. Hoefler never-was appointed her guardian be cause of any alleged Incompetency, and that James Whitman Daniell. her step father, in England, holds a mortgage on Miss Hastings' share of the property, left her by Mrs. Mary Jane Daniell. her mother, are the allegations of Attorney Archibald Treat In an answer filed yesterday on behalf of Miss Hastings. The answer is In a suit by Harry Coghill Hastings. Miss Hastings' brother, to partition the property orig inally belonging to the Hastings estate at Clay and Fast streets. Attorney Trr>at, who signed and veri fied the answer, asks that the court order a decree of partition so that her share of the property may be sold and the money given to,her. Mr. Treat, also asks for the substitution of Charles H. Holbrook Jr. and William L. Mc- Guire as plaintiffs instead of Harry Coghill Hastings and his wife, Maud Hastings, alleging that the Hastings disposed of their title and interest In the other half of the property to Hol brook and MeOuire. Treat denies that after proceedings on November 15, 1599, that Miss Hast ings was declared an incompetent and that Attorney Hoefler was appointed Jier guardian because of incompetency. He alleges Mr. Hoefler was appointed h*r guardian during minority, and that minority has long since ceased. The answer sets forth that when Mrs. Daniell died a trust deed provided tMat the property mentioned in the action should go to Harry and Eliza beth. After recounting the alleged transfer to Holbrook and McGuire. Mr. Treat further alleges that on July 8. 1910, Miss Hastings, for value received, gave to James W. Daniell. her step father, in England, a certain mortgage on the property as security for the payment to him by her of £100 a year, and that no part of that sum has been paid. The answer does not set forth the manner in which Miss Hastings be came indebted to her guardian, but, ac cording to Mr. Treat, it Is being paid by Miss Hastings In accordance with the wish of her mother, expressed be fore she died. A petition for the sale of the prop erty is pending before Judge Graham. It is said that an offer of $85,000 has been made and that the value of the real estate is $110,000. DR. STEINAU, DENTIST, IS SUED FOR DIVORCE Wife Alleges lutempernuee and Asks for Child, llano and f 100 Monthly Alimony Dr. Eugene D. Steiffau. a dentist, yes terday became defendant In a suit for divorce by Mrs. Pearl Steinau. who asks $100 a month alimony, the custody of their child and th* return of tbe family piano now In the pos session of D. Steinau. Mrs. Steinau charges her husband with habitual In temperance. The couple married at Sat/*Rafael on October 1, 1902. and have one child, Eugene D. Steinau. t* years of age. who is now with the mother. Complaints' filed: Emma against Bernard P. n»rrt«. cruelty; Emma flßalnst .Tohn Amstutz. cruelty; William H. acalnst Edna Btlrcu. desertion: Mary A. against Burr 1). Austin, cruelty: Emma against Antonc Balslow cruelty: .Teannette A. against Edward B. Ingram, cruelty: Margaret against I. oois 1 x»m«-si. npglect; William .I. ngHlnst Eleanor V. Rafcey. crnclt.rt Louisa against Seenndo Pleol ln. einHty: Emily against Tony Bndie. cruelty; Bessie H against John J. Lynch, intemperance; Etliel C. against A. B. McClure. intemperance; Robert A against Annie McCooochle. cruelty. Special Train for Lake County Resorts Leave San Francisco 9 a. m. daily, arriving Calistoga 12:13 p. m., in time for luncheon and connection with auto ptaere line for resorts in that vicinity. 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If h« camion sirp l>iy jou ceud "05c for a bottle to. Ofcoaes KAYEELE OPTICAL CO. (Eat «• HW Market altreet, San Francisco. CTRErUSE SUBBXITVTEBt> LOCAL BREVITIES Albert Nicholson was fined $50 for carrying a loaded revolver. Burglar.* stole «45 from the saloon of H. Sotzen, 220 Mission street. Jewelry and other articles were stolen from F. L. Thalen, 516 Octavla Street. fiarrett Palmer, SOS Bush atreet. saya six men held him up at Bush and Jones streets and robbed hjm of $3.50 and a pin. Isaac Goldman, member of the grand jury, left yesterday for tha east on a business trip. He will be gone three weeks. D. W. Slenard, San Bernardino, waa held up at Washington and East streets by three men and robbed of $29 and two rings. Former teachers of the John Swett grammar school who dosr¥e to join the alumiw are requested to communicate with Eugene M. Levy,' 1635 Golden Gate avenue. "Elevators, Their l ae* and Abuses," will be the subject of B. G Van Emons' lecture before the Technical society to-, morrow evening in "the board room. Mechanics' Institute, 57 Post street. The .Misaouri society will hold an en tertainment next Thursday evening, the program of which is being arranged by Mrs. A. G. Boggs and committee. The place will be announced later. Bids for the steel construction work of the new city hall will be received by the board of public, works up to, and including July 30. The specifica tions call for the completion of the work in 190 days. Mrs. Ida Smith, 12.15 Pine street, ap peared before Police Judge Shortall yesterday and swore to a warrant for the arrest of O. L. Walker, whom she charges with embezzling $514 given him to purchase mining stocks. The Anlmuls' Friends' society will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Palace hotel to take steps to do away with the overhead check and whip and to provide more watering troughs in the downtown district. Knits for 95,000 damages for malicions attachment was filed yesterday by F. H. Wilts against the C. Meyer estate and Irving C. Aekerman. It is alleged that June lf>, defendants attached two hotels to safeguard a chattel mortgage on furniture. Alex Parker Is held In detinue by the police following the story told by Miss Nina Stanley and Jennie "Wright. 640 Jones street. The young women claim that they were entertaining two men, who beat them and took $7.30 from their purses. While playing nee saw In the child ren's playground In Golden Gate park yesterday afternoon, Rosle Rosenthal, aged 10 years, living at 1428 Hayes street was thrown to the ground and received a concussion of the brain. The child was removed to the park emerg ency hospital for treatment. The "Wonders of America" Canadian special, with 100 young people from Toronto and Ontario points, arrived yesterday morning. The tourists passed a day seeing the sights of the city. Dr. H. G. Spence of Toronto was In charge of the party. The party left at 1 p. m. for Shasta, with nine days more of sightseeing before reaching Toronto. ' The police are Investigating the shooting of IT. Morgan*, a bar tender, 545 Pacific street, who was treated at the harbor hospital yesterday morning for a gunshot wound of the right hand. He said that he was examining a pistol in the room of Eulu de Van. 875 Mont gomery street, when It was discharged. The woman said the bar tender was not In her room. YOU CAN HAVE IT REPAIRED JUST LIKE NEW AT A VERY MODEST COST THE CALL'S REPAIR DIRECTORY gives all the prin cipal places where an article can be repaired and should be preserved in every home as a ready £vide. Trusses Of all kinds. Largest stock on Pa ri n> Coast. Trusses, Supporters, etc., mailed - on approval to out of town customers: satisfaction guaranteed. THE MEDICINE SHOP 91 THIRD ST., SAX FRANCISCO a THY nSUFFER/LIKE THIS? 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"Since the publication in The Call of the need for a railroad which will complete the link between San Fran cisco and Boise," said General Per rault, "there ha%-e been a number of plans suggested for railroad construc tion with the purpose In view of open ing l up the Snake river country to the San Francisco bay region. But be yond doubt the only really feasible plan, and certalnlv the only economical plan, is that outlined in The Call and the one which has already aroused the citizens of Boise and many influ ential business men of San Francisco, namely, the road which would run from Boise to Winnemucca, Xevada. "That is the logical route, for it will mean the construction of but a short gap of railroad. 276 miles, while any other route would mean the con struction of three or four times as much mileage and fhe duplication of existing lines. In Boise we are solid for tlie line that will bring us to Winnemucca, there to connect with the Western Pa cific cr Southern Pacific transconti nental lines." Mr. Perrault was Fnited States sur veyor general of Idaho and has held other high posts in the state. He is a past exalted ruler of the Elks of Boise and has been honored by San Francisco lodge during his visit here. General Perrault was In Idaho in its earliest days and remembers when San Francisco was the wholesale jobbing center for all of that territory. He is eager to* see the commercial relations resumed between San Francisco and Idaho. TRUNK, ROOMER, FIFTH FLOOR, WIRE—HE'S GONE Joseph Emmett, who lived at the Sequoia hotel until he owed $41, is one of those who believe it cheaper to move than to pay rent, according | to Mrs. J. Rogerson. the landlady. 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THURSDAY,* JULY 17, 1913. like to play~ How many, many times you've heard fine piano playing and said to yourself, with a sigh, "If / could only play Tike that!" You can with an Apollo Player Piano. The instant you seat your self at thb instrument, you're a finished musician. You're playing the piano with a downward touch oh the keys and bringing oat all the expression the composer wrote into the piece. You're accenting the melody by aid of the Apollo's SOLOTHEME Device. If someone wants to sing, this self same SOLOTHEME enables you to omit the nnolody altogether, playing only the accompaniment. And you cam play that accompaniment in any desired key, go suit the voice of the singer. Player Piano • And, whether you pedal fast or slow, Tempo (or Time) on the Apollo is always correct —pedaling has no effect upon it. The Metronome Mo-, tor of the Apollo Player Piano will run through and rewind the longest "music roll without pedaling. Realize what that means r And, in spite of the exclusive features of the Apollo Player Piano —in spite of its higher cost of manufac ture —it is priced to you at juat as rea sonable a figure as others ask for ordi nary instruments! Melville Clark'a pat ents are put in aa good measure. They make the Apollo worth more, but do not make it coat yoa more. Just ujr to yourself, "I'll investigate." Let us know you feel that way ana we'll ■end yon two books that tell just what you're always wanted to know .about' player pianos. Send the coupon—write —callortclesraph. Wc'U send the booka Melville Clark Piano Co. PACIFIC COAST BHAXCH HARRY J. CURTAZ, General Manager 233 POST STREET HINTS By MAY MANTON 7906 Child's Empire Dreas, 1, 2 and 4 years. WITH SHORT. ELBOW OR LONU SLEEVES. ROUND. SQUARE OR HIGH NECK. The simple frock in Empire style. Is ° always a good ouo for tiny folk. It is extremely attractive and becoming. It can be easily laundered and it can be made from flouncing or from plain material. This one combines a straight skirt with a plain body portion and. _ the neck can be cut round or square or left high and finished with a frill. The combination of flouncing with all over embroidery is pretty but plain, material or embroidered material or . •• one of the Dresden dimities or voiles would make a pretty little frock. Hem stitched edges are dainty and attrac tive and the straight skirt rs easy to finish in that way. For the 2 year size, the dress will require 2li yards of flouncing 18 inches wide, 9* yard of all-over material. IS inches wide and 1% yards of beaming; or yards of plain materia! 8C or 44 w inches wide, with 17» yards of em- W broidery as snown in the small frant view. The pattern of the dress 7906 is cut in sises for children of t, 2 and 1 year". It will be mailed to any adrireps by the fashion department of this pTpcr, on receipt of ten cents. 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