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jM/ss Sherwood Charming Bride;
\ Friends Witness Pretty Ceremony
T , —~
i Mrs. George
| •: Newton,
";• the former
Miss Avis
■Woman Becomes Wife of Financier
: and Clubman —Other Social Events in San Fr.and.sc6-.'
* .'At a pretty ceremony in the home'
♦af her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
\ Hamilton . Sherwood, in Clareroont,
'. Miss Avis Sherwood became the bride
ojt George. Newton this afternoon.
Three- o'clock was the hour set for
„ ; the-service,.- at which Rev. Edgar
, ° Gee.- o% St Peter's Episcopal church
•/Only the. two families and a few of
o • the cotfple's closest friends witnessed
■ the. ..marriage. Mrs. Newton waived
= the .time -honored bridal costume of
satin- and lace for a smart three piece
- ' suit.of dark blue velvet, with a large
■ picture'hat "to match. A corsage bou-'
■ \<Juet~of purple orchids completed her
costume. -Miss Mary Sherwood, as
Ji aid of honor, was her sister's only
« j. 'attendant, aha A. B. Weeks was the
bes.t 'niaq.' .
. .At '.the -conclusion of their honey
.Trioon- trip, the destination of which
. . they a-r.'e, keeping secret. Mr. Newton
. and.'.his, bride .Will live at the Hotel
Fairmont-.. - After. the New Year they
j 'Will go to- Honolulu for a six weeks'
B' i> irn.
Mrs. Jjew'toti is a niece .of Mrs. Wil
frid =' Bf Chapman■ and .of William
B.herwood and a cousin of Mrs. Ben
jamin Fbss, .tht former Miss . Dorothy
Chapman. .• Mr. Newton is a-.leader in
club antf financial circles, Jft- : is one
« „Af the directors Of the Union.League
"creb* and "is" aiso.'a "member - of. the
Olympic and the*. Commercial' "clubs.
His two sons..';are'Francis .-.and Ken
♦ Beth Newton. ••■':.'.' • \ .. . <
.*., : ' '•#->'. ♦'' «' -•
•To Live .at $t...Francis;
- . Mr. and .Mrs. Heiiry "Foster Dutton
Jiave- ". taken -apartments at" .the . St.
t Francis-hptel for'the winter season.
.* * ." *" ' ** •
* -Irifant-'Sfeelter'Tea*.
Officer's- and directors of the infant
shelter extend an Invitation to -the
public of San Francisco to "the -tea
they are giving Saturday afternoon at
the shelter, 1025 Shotwell street. The
purpose of* the reception is to let the
city see to what purpose were de
voted the funds from the society cir
cus and horse show held last Decem
ber as a benefit for this institution.
The proceeds of the entertainment
were--divided and a portion was set
aside as a fund on which to run the
* shelter, while the remainder was used
to beautify«and improve the building.
A new playroom has been added for
the children, hardwood floors have
l>een laid and the house has been
lighted by electricity, and every de
partment has been perfected as far
as possible. More than 50 children
are now being cared for in the infant
Those who will receive the gueets
Saturday arc:
J. Johnson | Mrs. Douglas Mcßrlde
Mr*>. Minnie Sabtn Mr*. Adolpti Holteu
Cooper Mr*. Henrietta Taylor
Mr:-. Adrian SpliTalo Mrs. Howard Holmes
Mrs. Harry .thubaeo Mm. Fred WlUlama
Mra. Guttloeb Mrs. Deahl
* * *
4** * * *
In Sacramento
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pike will return
tomorrow from Sacramento, where
they been spending the last
week, Mr. Pike having been called to
the capital city on business. «
Visiting in Alameda
•Mrs. George 11. Hellmann is spend
ing a few days in Alameda as the
guest of her brother Ira law. arid -sister,
Mr. and Mrs. George .T.- Wright; •
Miss Mary Selden Hellnjann' Is con
fined to her home in Cafifornia-' street
with a severe attack- of grip and has
been obliged to decline air social en
gagements far the last week.". ~*•
'•'••.' .* " #''
For Sam Mateo Poto OSiab
A benefit vaudeville performance to
take place about December 20 will be
given by the society men and women
of San Mateo, the. proceeds to go to
ward beautifying and furnishing the
San Mateo Polo club." Mrs. H. McDon
ald'.Spencer is. in charge of tne affair
and Monday. aXternpon rounded up the
participants in the' Tivoli theater for
their first rehearsal. Among those
who will appear-on the program are
Mr. and Mrs. FeltOn Elkins. Mr. and
Mrs.. Christien. de: Guigne, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry . Hastings-. Miss- Merritt
Reid, Chapin Tub'bs and Edmunds
Lyman. •• . " •' • '* m • • *
"*' •' » * • *. • •
Compliment Debutante i
Miss Rebecca. Shreve,.' debutante
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rod
man Stireve, was made the guest of
honor this afternoon at a luncheon
oyer which Mrs. William H- La Boy
teaux presided at her home in Pa
cific avenue.- The residence was dec
pra.ted with, greens and flowers, pink '
ros.es.and tulle, carrying out the color
scheme in the appointment of the
table.'. Bidden, to meet Miss Shreve
were Mrs. Shreve, M.lss Ruth Zeile,
Miss Marie Louise Black, Miss Ger
trude O'Brien, Miss Elizabeth Shreve.
Miss Elizabeth Oyster, Miss Corona
Williams and Miss Beatrice Nickel.
* ' •*- •*:
l&etiarn. to. California
..A- warm welcome Is being emended
-to M-"- and Mrs: Arthur Rose Vincent
(Miss Maud Bourh)', who arrived in
California yesterday from Europe,
where they have lived since their
marriage several years ago. Mr. and
Mrs. .Vincent are planning to spend
the greater part of the winter here
as the guest 3of the latter'e parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers Bourn,
at their home in Webster street.
, *' * *
Exhibition Dancing
During the performance of "The
Pageant of the Seven Seas," to be
held tonight for the second time in
Dreamland rink, Mr. and Mrs Doug
las Crane -will give an exhibition of
the castle walk in all its varieties.
The exhibition will in reality be a
dancing lesson and will be held In
the intermission between the Ma
gellan episode and the Drake episode.
Tomorrow night, after the third and
last performance, there will be a &
cent dan.cc in Pavilion rink, which
will be attended by the actors and
their friends in the audience, as well
as the public. The pageant is betr.s
given as a benefit for the Somen's
* * »
To Reside in Vallejo
Lieutenant J. Lawrence Kaufman,
U. S. N\, and Mrs. Kaufman have come
up from San Diego and have taken a
house in Vallejo for the winter. Lieu
tenant Kaufman has been appointed
to duty at the Mare Island navy yard.
Pageant of
Seven Seas
Is Success
Spectacular Production for
Sailors' Benefit Enjoyed by
Those in Attendance _
Beautiful, spectacular, colorful was
San Francisco's first pageant, which
opened last night and which reaped
a golden harvest for the beneficiary,
the Seamen's Institute.
"The Pageant of the Seven Seas,"
staged at Dreamland rink, with Gar
net Holme of the University of Cali
fornia as pageant master, brought
from each of its seas the most bril
liant and effective of episodes and
individuals. Jason and his argonauts,
Columbus and the welcoming Spanish,
Magellan, his stern soldiers and the
natives of the Philippine island where
he met his death. Sir Francis Drake
and the English of his period, John
Paul Jones at the gay court of Ver
sailles, and the nOrth pole scene, in
: which appeared not only intrepid ex
plorers, but the entire cast from all
the episodes, who joined, irrespective
of race, in the singing of "America,"
as a finale.
Not a moment of these scenes but
brought some keen delight to the
eye, either through the effectiveness
of the costuming or the grace of the
dancing, which ranged from the ex
quisite fairy like dance of Miss Ma
rion Walter, as leader in the French
court scene, to the energetic war
dance df the soldiers from the Pre
sidio, clad as natives of the Island
of Cebu. *
Probably nothing won the house
more completely than the minuet of
the children in the Paul Jones scene.
Tiny lads and lassies in the most
gorgeous of court' costumes danced
with marvellous skill and charm.
Tonight and ' tomorrow night the
pageant will be repeated and this aft
ernoon the Palace hotel will be
thronged from 4 to 7 o'clock for the
"The Dansant," which is given in
connection with the pageant. Tomor
row afternoon will be children's day
at Dreamland and a scene from "Alice
in Wonderland,*' as well as other joys,
will be staged.
Gossip of tK?
Drawing Room
Southern Club to Meet
The first meeting of the Southern
Cotillon club will be held tonight in
the colonial ballroom of the St. Fran
cis. Several young girls and a com
plement of men have been asked to
receive "the guests and in this number
will be:
MI" Camille Porn j George Frs«er
Mis* Violet Cook William Hyde
Miss Christine McSab Thomas Haye*
Mins Mllo Abercrombiel James X..Polk
Miss Margaret Aber- Dr. Crittenden Tan
orombie Wyck
Miss Clementina Klsg Dr. -Sterling Bonnell
Miss Ethel Graham l»r. Thomas Shumate
Miss Karhle-n Booth Dr. Edward Parsons
Miss Nell Hartley IJohn Orares
Harold Maundrell | Colonel J. C. Carrie
The patronesses of the Southern
Cotillon club are:
Mesdames Sewall Dolli-IN. A- Dorn
rer M. B. Johnson
John P. Toung William Koff Cook
T. B. Dosier J. W. Hoyt
Thomas Shumate Arthur Murray
W W. Wymbre Selden Wright
M. O. Austin * James C. Jordan
Squire V. afooney Jonathan Swift
William B. Waldron John Grarea
Gi-orge L. Hunt
* * #
Weekend in San Mateo
Miss Isabel McLaughlin returned to
San Francisco yesterday after having
spent tlie weekend in San Mateo as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Howard. With them she attended the
meeting of the newly formed dancing
club Saturday night. Other members
of this organization are: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Driscoll, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
J. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. L I. Scott, Mr.
and Mrs. Elliot McAllister, Mr. and
Mrs. E, D. Beylard and Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Hitchcock.
* * #
Arrive in New "Orleans
Mr.-and Mrs. William Pierson Ham
ilton and their party have arrived in
New Orleans, where they will spend a
week before, proceeding to New York.
While here they were informally
entertained, Mrs. Hamilton declining
all formal affairs, as she is in mourn
ing for her father, J. Piecpont Mor
gan. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Miss
Charlotte Harding, Miss Helen Ham
ilton and Mr. Turnball were given a
luncheon Sunday afternoon by Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Crocker at their
home, "New Place," in Burlingame.
The only other Invitation accepted by
the party was a luncheon and trip
through Chinatown, of which Miss
Floride Green, an old friend of Mrs.
Hamilton, was the hostess.
"Wilson s Policy in Mexico" will be
the subjecf of keen debate in Hearst
hall. University of California, Satur
day evening, for the purpose of get
ting before the public and college stu
dents the situation surrounding the
Mexican situation. The affair will be
opened by an informal debate be
tween three sets of speakers repre
senting the men students, the women
students and the general public.
A triduum in preparation for the
feast of the immaculate conception
will be opened Friday morning in
Holy Cross church. Rev. Father Mol
loy of the Redemptorist will conduct
the services. There will be an instruc
tion each morning at 9 o'clock and an
other service in the evening.
in the
The latest prima donna to bid for
vaudeville recognition is Edna Mun
sey, described by the eastern critics
as a beautiful girl with a beautiful
voice. She will shortly be heard at the
In "The Unseen Empire," the new
play by Atherton Brownwell. which
shortly goes into rehearsal, the title
refers to the secret influences that
drive nations to war and the dramatic
clash occurs between the forces that
make for armament and the influences
that fight for peace.
Mrs. Albert Gallatin Wheeler, bet
ter known to theater goers as Claudia
Carlstedt, recently returned to the
stage, appearing in London in the re
view of "Come Over Here." Upon her
return to America a few weks ago.
she made arrangements to appear in
vaudeville and will shortly be seen
over the Orpheum circuit. It is said
that her coatumes represent an outlay
of $50,000, —ona.-chinchilla coat alone
being valued at $25,0*0.
* * *
One of the largest foreign hits ever
booked on the circuit is said to be
Morian's Swiss canine pantomime com
pany, with about 40 wonderfully
trained canines, called "The Spoiled
Honeymoon." These dogs present an
entire drama. They will appear at the
Empress in the very near future.
* * #
Coming to the Empress soon is Or
ville Reeder, a pianist with a kick to
his playing that has won him quite a
name for himself.
* * *
"Oh, Oh, Delphlne," the delightful
musical play which was the big hit of
last season in New York, is now play
ing at the Illinois theater, Chicago.
After the Chicago run the Klaw & Er
langer production will be sent to San
* * *
May Irwin will be here late in De
cember with her newest comedy suc
cess, "Widow by Proxy." Theatergoers
Transbay Social Happenings
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. David, former j
residents, are spending the winter in ;
Alameda. The greater part of the year j
is now 6pent by the Davids on their j
ranch near Lodi.
Mrs. David is a member of tn»
Adelphian club and Is warmly wel
comed by members when she visits
* # *
Mrs. George D. Gray of Oaklana,
accompanied by Mr. Gray and his sis
ter, Mrs. Cyrus Wright, are in Hono
lulu, where they will remain until the
first of the year.
* # *
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Robertson 'Clax
"ton are spending their honeymoon in
the southern part of the state. Upon
their return they will occupy a home
in College avenue near the home of
Mrs. Claxton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Young.
. * ♦ *
The Claremont club members have
suspended all reg*ular club meetings
for the month except December 13,
when a dance will be given for mem
bers and guests. Mrs. Paul R. Ruben
will be In charge, assisted by M. L.
Delaney and Harry McGown.
* *• *
To spend the Christmas holidays at
home, Mr. and Mrs. Wickharn Havens
and Mrs. George Wllhelm have cut
short their visit in New York and re
turned to Piedmont.
* "* ♦
The wedding of Miss Lillian Bernard
to Harold Havens of San Francisco
will be one of the events of the early
spring. Although no definite date has
been set, April is announced as the
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Pease of
New York are established at Cloyne
court, Berkeley, for the winter, as are
Clinton Snowden, the historian, and
Mrs. Snowden.
» » * '
The family of Edward Jerome Olds
of Thousand Oaks, Berkeley, will
gather for the Christmas festivities at
the Olds ranch near Gilroy. Among
those who will be present are Mrs.
Olds' sister, Miss Sarah B. Collier of
Fair Directors to
Banquet Hoosiers
The directors of the exposition will
be hosts at a luncheon tomorrow at
the Fairmont hotel in honor of Lieu
tenant Governor William P. O'Neill of
Indiana, Homer L. Cook, speaker of
the house; Will R. Wood, state sen
ator, and Architect J. T. Johnson. The
ladles of the party will be present and
also members of the women's exposi
tion board.
Woll Is Guest at
Engravers' Ranmiflt
_.. 0
Matthew Woll, president of the In
ternational Photo-Engravers' union,
was the guest at a banquet given in
his honor last night at the Hotel Ar
gonaut. Andrew J. Gallagher was
toastmaster. Responses were made
to toasts by Samuel Gompers, presi
dent of the American Federation of
Labor; Mr. Gallagher, President Woll
and others.
The meeting of the first district of
the California Library association will
be held Friday evening at the Me
chanics' Mercantile library. City
Librarian Robert Kea la president of
the association. The librarians will
discuss methods of book buying and
book selling.
in San Francisco have not seen the
jelly comedienne in a number of sea
sons, and she is sure of a very hearty
* * *
Another opportunity for the Amer
ican playwright has made its appear
ance. This time, however, the demand
is for playlets and for playlets of
every description—dramas, comedies,
farces and tabloid musical comedies.
And, in addition, for those with ideas
not yet wrought into definite shape or
form there is also an opportunity, for
the ideas —mere suggestions—are
likewise in demand.
The request that material be sub
mitted comes from Lew Fields, propri
etor of the Forty-fourth Street Music
"For the guidance of authors,'" said
the manager of the Forty-fourth
Street Music hall," it should be said
that only the best playlets of all
classes are wanted. Many writers
have found that their products, on one
hand were too elaborate for vaudeville
production, and, on the other, were
too short too abbreviated, for produc
tion as entertainments to occupy an
entire evening. The Forty-fourth
Street Music hall now affords an out
let for such material.
The scripts submitted must be ac
companied by return postage and a
stamped self-addressed envelope.
* * *
Eleanor Gates, author of "The Poor
Little Rich Girl," which Klaw &
Erlanger are presenting on tour, says
it was some time before she found a
name for the play.
"Finally, one day, almost in de
spair," she said, "I told an intimate
friend that I could think of no suit
able title."
"What's the play about?" she asked.
"Why," I said, "it's about a poor
little rich girl, and she—"
"There!" she exclaimed, stopping
me, "there's your title, 'The Poor
Little Rich Girl.'"
And it was.
j Victoria, Ralph Olds, who will come
I from Reno, and the daughters of the
j family.
* * #
A Christmas meeting of the Alameda
[ County Mills College association will
j be held at the home of Mrs. C. M. Per
kins in Le Roy„ avenue, Berkeley,
Thursday afternoon. Miss Agnes Saw
yer will talk on Christmas books and
cards. Mrs. Francis Ferrier is presi
dent of the society.
* * *
The most notable club affair of the
month in Oakland is the birthday cel
ebration of Ebell club. Only members
of the club are expected to b* present
on this occasion, which grows with
importance each year. Ebell is the
second oldest club in the country, the
Sorosis of New York being the oldest.
* * *
In honor of Miss Helen Runyon, who
is to become the bride of Amos Elliot
December 31. Mrs. Samuel Johnson
Taylor Jr. entertained at tea this aft
*• ♦ #
The next of the Minotti concerts
will be held next Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Oscar Sutro in Piedmont. The
program will include chamber music,
the work of the masters.
* * #
A cotillon has been arranged by a
group of the younger set in Berkeley,
and during the days preceding the
first event, which will be held -this
month, the young people have been
taking instructions in the new steps
from Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crane.
* * *
The engagement of Miss Josephine
Lacy of Los Angeles to James Higgins
Jr. of Oakland is announced. The
bride elect is a member of a southern
family. She is a graduate of Miss
Somers* school at Mount Vernon. Hig
gins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Edwin Higgins of St. Charles street,
Alameda, and is associated with his
father in business in San Francisco.
He is a .graduate of Stanford. The
wedding will take place early in the
new year and the couple will live in
Piedmont. .
(Sierra Club Members
i Split on Hetch Hetchy
Many members of the Sierra club
disagree with the action of the direct
ors of the club regarding the issuance
of pamphlets against the Hetch
Hetchy. A recent meeting of these
members was held and resolutions ad
dressed to the United States senate
were adopted.
At a meeting last night of the mem
bers of the local council of Knights of
Columbus a telegram was ordered sent
to Vice President Marshall and Sen
ator Perkins indorsing the Hetch
Hetchy water supply.
Cupid Mixes Dough;
Wedding Is Result
Dan Cupid mixed the dough in a
bakeshop out at 2828 California street
last summer when Jacob Eppler, the
proprietor, took lessons in the art of
bread n.tklng from Miss Hortense
Brown, owner of another bakery at
512 Clement street. The little god
also sat at the wheel of an automobile
in which Eppler and Miss Brown took
a spin down the peninsula Monday
afternoon. The marriage license was
obtained and Eppler soon found a
clergyman to perform the ceremony.
The annual bazaar of St. Paul's
Gu'ld of Burllngame will be held Fri
day afternoon and evening at the
Guild hall.
Barytone to
Sing Solo in
Cort Concert
Clarence Whitehill, Nev/ York
and Philadelphia Artist,
in Symphony Cast
Clarence Whitehill, the well known
barytone of the Chicago-Philadelphia
Metropolitan Opera company, will be
the soloist at the concert of the San
Francisco Symphony orchestra Friday
afternoon at the Cort theater. Mr.
Whitehill made his first appearance in
opera in his own country at the Met
ropolitan opera house. It was as Me
phistopheleß in "Faust" that, he scored
a real triumph. Although known as a
barytone "he sings basso roles wJthout
difficulty. . *
The complete program for Friday-is
as follows:
Sololat, Clarence'Whitehill. barytone.
Symphony No. 1. C minor, opna 65..... Brabtas
Cn poso Sostenuto, allegro, andante Boa
tenuto, un peso allegretto B Gracloeo.
Adagio-piu andante, allegro non troppo.ma
con brlr,.
Wotan's farewell and magic fire scene from
"Die Walkure" Wagner
Mr. Whitehill.
Overture from "Die Konlgskinder"
"Wahn! Wahn.'" from "Die Melstrr- *
*'nger" Wagner
Mr. Whitehill.
Introdnctlon to act 111 of ' The Meister- *
singer"; "Dance of the Apprentices,"
"Entrance of the Guilds" and "Proces
sion of Meistersingers" from "The
Meistersinger" Wagner
Mr. Whitehill.
Make Last Effort to
Sell Highway Bonds
SAN RAFAEL, Dec. 3.—District At
torney Thomas Boyd and the county
supervisors are making a final effort
to dispose of $10,000 worth of state,
highway bonds before January I,* to
insure the building of the highway
through Marirt county.
Upon condition made by* the high
way commission that the county
would take care of $150,000, the com
mission agreed to dispose of $75,000"
worth of the bonds, which would sup
ply the amount necesary to build the
road, $225,000. *
The supervisors subscribed for $75,
--000 of this amount, and through their
efforts bonds to the amount of $'65,000'
were sold to banks and individuals. '
Lieut. Chaffee Here '.
En Route to Manila!
Lieutenant Adna R. Chaffee. Fif- !
teenth United States cavalry, and son j
of General Adna R. Chaffee of Span
ish-American war fame, arrived in
San Francisco this morning'en route
to his -nation in 'the Philippines on
the transport Sherman, sailing Friday*
noon. The army officer, who is known
as one of the best horsemen in the
service, is accompanied by his w.ife
and son, Adna R. Chaffee 111, a hand
some youngster, who always tells his
friends that "he will grow up some
day and be a big general like grand
Lieutenant and Mrs. Chaffee are so
cial favorites in Washington. They
are staying at the Stewart hotel.*
Dancer Nijinsky to
Pay America Visit
VIENNA, Dec. 3.—Nijinsky. tiie fa
mous dancer of the Russian imperial
ballet, today resigned from the posi
tion he has held in the ballet for .sev
eral years. Nijinsky, who was re
cently married and is now here with
his wife visiting her parents, an
nounced he would form a company of
his own and tour England and the
continent and then go to the United
States. •
Chicago Mayor Puts
Ban on Hat Ticklers,
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.—Mayor Harrison
today issued an edict against horizon
tal plumes, aigrettes, pompoms or
other devices on milady's hats which
might tickle or scratch eyes or other
sensitive portions of man's facial
anatomy. If necessary, the executive
favors an ordinance similar to the one.
compelling women to remove their
hats in theaters.
The socialists of San Francisco have
applied to the board of education for
permission to use three school audi
toriums once a week for discussions
of education, political and economic
subjects. The request is made under
the recent legislative act providing
for the use of public schoolhouses as
social centers. Director Jones stated
she would oppose the use of schools
on Sunday on the grounds that the
janitors deserved their day of rest.
The request was referred to the
buildings committee.
The Iroquois club and the Woman's
State Democratic Club of California
will meet this evening at Knights of
Columbus hall, 150 Golden Gate ave
nue, with Edgar Apperson, president
of the Iroquois club, as chairman.
Mrs. Charles Spinks, president of the
Woman's Stute Democratic club;
James F. Brennan, Max Popper, Harry
Baker, Mrs. Carry L Hoyt and
Thomas Hayden will participate in
the program.
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.—Lou M. Hous
maii, former newspaper man and one
of the best known men in sporting
rind theatrical circles in the country,
married Miss M. Adelaide Toms late
yesterday afternoon.
Young Woman Wins Sti&cess in
Theatricals by Hard Fighting
Miss Helen
"the girl
j Her • invasion ■ ol : . "man's:
\ ' sphere"' nets's3oo .a •• week" •
Miss Lehman, Now i.n .Sah; Frarfcisco. Earns : ssQQ a Week
'as TheatricaJManager.and t
-The' Girl Belasoo" is a title; .that, has
b.een bfstowed on Miss .Helen Lehman.,
manage: x>t Irene # Franklin, and'pr'o.
ducer'of aftumbe.r. of hi'gh,class yau-.
deville acts, who is. a£-present irt this
city 'looking after . the .interests of
Miss "Franklin, who is'to star in tht
new show at 'the. Gaiety theater. *
* Miss Lehman's Income- avecages the
| $30,0 mark weekly "and-she" is still "a
very youn-g 'woman.
"I am very proud of -my success,"
said-Miss Lehman at the St. Francis
hotel, "because it has not been a casju
of luck, but simply hard work anjd
fighting all the time*- I didn't-step
over anybody's head to get-to wne»o
I am today; I had to knock then"}
down, you might say."
Some of Miss Lehman's interests,
besides handling the affairs«of Irene
Franklin, include the management of
'Harry Fox and Yanci Dolly, Maurrce
and Florence Walton, the dancers and
The Five Melody Maids and a Man.
Miss Lehman has just arrived here
from* Chicago, wljere she produced
"Lead Kindly Light," a sketch writteu
by Jack Lait, author of "'Help Want
ed." »The playlet was a phenomenal
success in the east.
"This is my first visit to San Fran
cisco," she said, "and simply mau
about it. ,The floW*ers, the bea-*tiful
women and everything else that this
city is famous* for prove a source of
constant amazement to me. There,
seems to be such a difference between
San Francisco and the east."
Regarding San Francisco as a the- !
atrlcal city, Miss Lehman said:
"I don't believe it will ever become
a producing center for the reason that
there is not enough contiguous terri-'
tory to feed shows to. As for the class
of productions here, I think it ranks
almost on a par with New York. Those
which I have seen since my arrival are
about the same class as the ones New
York gets."
As to the secret of her success Miss
Lehman gave the following recipe:
"Stir a liberal portion of energy with
a spoonful of tact: season with spice
of personality, warm with amiable
Salts harmless to flush Kid
neys and neutralize uric acid,
thus ending Bladder trouble
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
i proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
I and irritate the entire urinary tract,
j Keep your kidneys clean, like you
I keep your bowels clean, by flushing
: tliem with a mild, harmless salts.
which removes tlie body's urinous
] waste and stimulates them to their
j normal activity. The function of the
j kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24
hours they strain from it 500 grains of
I acid and waste, so we can readily un
derstand tho vital importance of keep
the kidneys active.
smiles', sprinkle' with.-.giriger and keep
cool.-"' ' •
. Her career-is* decidedly interesting.
Beginning aa 'secretary* to the late
Fned Hamlin-" of the Chicago Grand
Opera.house at an .ordinary stenog
rapher's, wage* she soon rose to a
weekly stipend" of $50* She stretched
hep activities into every branch.of his
interests. ' When rte>" produced shows
she* looked them„'6ver and made sug
gestion's for revisions and changes and
soon caused her employer to refer to
her as "indispensable." Later she wa»
made, secretary of the' {heater, being
the only woman to Occupy such a posi
tion in a metropoljta-n playhouse.
» But the energy stored \ip within
her* could not find *ufficie*nt outlet in>
this position, so she branched out for
herself in • the vaudeville game ana
for geveral yeaf*a was with
the .United Booking in New
York. Then came her >owh produc
tions. Combined with a charming per
sonality Miss Lehman possesses a rare
judgment of human nature, which has
been of inestimable value in her pres
ent occupation.
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Drink lota of water—you
too much; also get from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tatlespoonful in a glass of
water before hreakfast each
for a few days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to clean and
stimulate clogged kidneys: also to
netralize the acids in urine so it no
longer is a source of irritation, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, can not in
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which every one w
should take now and then to 9
their kidneys clean and active. Tr)
this, also keep up the water drinkins.
and no doubt you will wonder what
became of your kidney trouble and
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