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Dances and Suppers Welcome New Year
Ball at Fort Winfield Scott Is
Among Many of Affairs
Officers and ladles at Fort Winfleld
P nit wit] see the new year in at a
brilliant bail tonight, attended by
residents of Fort Mason and tlie Pre
eldio as well as the city. Some of
those who will enjoy the affair are:
Captain and Mrs. Er-;Captain and Mra.
nest Bingham Charles Lull
Lieutenant and Mrs. L"* I .^^"-
Robert Bodine ; W Ullam H. Monroe
_ Lieutenant and Mrs.
Captain and Mrs.; Maxwell Murrar
Louis Chappelear ; Captain and Mrs.
Colonel and Mrs. Will tarn Tobln
Richmond Pearson Captain and Mrs.
Davis | Lewis Turtle
Colonel .nd Mrs.: C *r" al ° ». n i
Thomas Rees i "We* Wertenbaker
1 nomas Kees ! Lieutenant and Mrs.
Lieutenant and Mra. b. 11. L. Williams
Halsey Dunwoody j Miss Call Phillips
Captain and Mrs.! Miss Sadie Murray
John T. Geary Miss Dorothy Reea
Lieutenant and Mrs. Lieutenant Ralph O.
Francis Hardaway Harrison
Colonel and Mrs. j Lieutenant Conger
Charles Phillips Prstt
ten,nt ■ nd Mrs, j Lieutenant Ravmtmd
Charles Hines | Cramer
CaptaLn and Mrs. Lieutenant William H.
Francis Lincoln I Jeuett
* # *
To Depart for Europe
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fennimore are
■aying goodby to their friends and
relatives here and tomorrow will de
part for the east, where they will en
joy a brief visit before sailing:. Jan
uary 10, for Europe. The Fennl
mores have taken passage on th>
Adriatic. They will go first to the
Mediterranean and in March will so
journ in Cairo. The trip is being
taken as a benefit to Mrs. Fennimore,
who has heen in poor health for sev
eral months. They do not expect to
teturn to San Francisco until the
* ♦ •
Monteag.es Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Findlay Mon
t eagle will be hosts tonight at a
dance in Century Club hall in Frank
lin street. The rooms have been dec
orated with mistletoe and holly and
Christmas greens. Paige and Ken
neth Uonteatrle will assist their par
ents in receiving the guests, among
trbom will be:
Mia* Ttearr,.-* Nickel S'dner Ford
Mia* Gertrude O'Rrien Clinton Iji Montaigne
MiR: T-T.iJiaheth Oyster i harles Keener
Mis. Sadie Murray n r . Lore!! ijinesfroth
Miss \ugusta Foiite William Van Fleet
Miss Marian N'ewhsll 'Gsrle Aiiderion
Mis* Bora Douglas Alexander
.Mis- Cora Oii* Dudler <:unn
Mi*« 1 red eric k* Otis Ondlev t a'eurine
Miss liOiii*.. .Isnln Waiter Hush
Ml*« Fii ;7 a McM'lllls Andrew Carrigan Jr
Mis- C-harlrttte. Tuttle Beverly Tucker
Miss R»b*c a Siireve somers Peterson
Mis* Harriet Pomeroy John Cusblng
Ml** Luetic Johns Spencer Granr
Ml** rWa Winn Arthur Foster
Miss Rn»h Winslow Cordova de Gnrmendta
Ms, Harriet Aiexan- Herbert Pavne
d»r Robert Eyre
Miss M»tba McMahon Corbet* Mor»j T
Vl*. Msryorle Page Gordon Arm.by
Ml«» Marian Zelle B . r>trlct
Wi«. Ruth Zelle George Bowie*
Miss Marie Louise' Edmund* Lvman
Black Lelsnd < srr
Sf.sa \ <t* de SaWa Piatt
Mi*. Marian Crocker Austin Tubbs
Miss f hristine Ponohoe Chapin Tnbh.
Ml** Evelyn Barra I.yman Grim»s
Mtaa Girvin ;Jack Neville
Iv Harta'a I)ick««n William Mintacr
MU« Margaret Carrl-, Kenneth Moere
„f"", . . Potialas MacMonagie
M-s \=sb.l i ha.c John Hartiaan
Mis* Mildred Hark Edward Stow
Mi*« Grace Gibson Samuel Hay
Mls« Jane Hotaling Charles Stetson
Miss Marlon Stone Wlieeler Jr.
Mfaa Helen Bertbeau Ikwohoe .Tr
slis* Helen Garrit: Frederick Beaver Jr
>|,ss Sopbie Beylsrd Paul .Tone*
.Miss Matiricis Mintzer T Van Eck
Miss Hel» n Jones ; William Leib
Miss Emily Tubb* George Lelb
Miss Marie Louise Hall Roc
Harrington Russell slade
Chare, Chapman Major Gillroo-e
Fred-rick Tillmann iCount Albrecht Mouf.
Courtenay Ford gela*
* * *
Southern Club Dance
The Southern club wiVl give its an
nual New Year eve dance tonight at
the dubroom in California street. The!
regular Southern dinner, for which
the club '.y- famous, will be served,
small dinner parties will
P'V entertained there preceding the
ball. Mrs. William Perm Humphries,
Mrs. T. A. Pettus, Mrs. G. M Terrell
and Mrs. .1. N. Harrison will receive
the guests.
William Goldsborough will be one
©f the hosts at dinner tonight, his
guests including Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell Shorb, Miss Ethel Shorb. Miss
Rhoda Riebling, Miss Marie Rose
Dean. Augustln Keene, George Gill
eon and Robert Hunt.
To Return South
Mrs Leila B. Hedges, who with her
aon. E. Walton Hedges Jr., has been
spending the holidays with her moth
er. Mrs. Emma Butler, at the Hill
crest apartments, will depart Friday
for Santa Barbara, where young
Hedges will resume his studies. Mrs.
Hedges will be feted at supper to
night by James E. Reid, who will be
h'»st to a party in the St. Francis.
Paring her sojourn here Mrs.
Hedges has also been entertained by
her sister, Mrs. Henry Clarence
Breeden. at her home in Buriingame.
* * *
Home From East
Mrs. Lovell White returned a few
days ago to her home in this city
after a brief visit in Washington,
D. C, and New York. Mrs. White will
spend the winter at her home in Sac
ramento street.
* # #
Conclude Oakland Visit
Mrs. Louise Aldrich and Mrs. Vir
ginia A. Beede have returned to their
home in Clay streot from a two
weeks' visit with relatives in Oak
«• * ♦
Arrived Yesterday
Rev. William de Witt arrived yes
terday from New York and will be
gUMt of Mrs. M. D. Stringham at
her home in Berkeley until his mar
riage with Miss Harriet Stringham.
which is act for next Tuesday.
News of Society and the Theaters
Mrs. W. D. Fennimore, who will depart for New York tomorrow
To Ssi'A January 2§
Mr .snd Mrs. George B. Bates have
engaged passage on the steamer sail
ing January St for Australia and th»
Fiji Islands, both r>f which they will
visit before they begin their travels
in the orient. Russian Siberia and
Europe will be visited by the couple
before their return to this city,
which will not be for another year.
Mrs. Bates MI a sister of Chief Jus
* % »
Entertains House Party
Mr. and Mrs. <">orge T. Wright are
entertaining a house party over the
New Year at their bungalow* at
Brookdale. Mrs. "jeorge H. Hellmann
E. I.cc Wright* departed for
Brookdale Sunday and will return to
her home today.
* * *
House Warming Plan
Miss Emilie and Miss Josephine
Parrott have issued invitations to a
j house warming at "The Bungalow,"
| the San Mateo residence of Mr. and
Mrs. John Parrott, next Wednesday
Transbay Social Happenings
With dinners, dances and other af
fairs, society folk on the east side
of the bay will celebrate the passing
of the old year tonight Many reser
vations for tables have been made at
the Hotel Oakland Mrs. Philip E.
Bowles, Mrs. Harry Chickering, Mrs.
Harry Maxwell and Mrs. H. C. Cap
well will be among the guests.
— * * *
At the Claremont Country club a
New Year eve ball will be held to
celebrate the formal opening of the
new roof garden. Several dinner
parties will precede the dance. Among
those who have planned for these af
fairs are Judge and Mrs. Harry M.
Wright. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Black, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Seaver. W. H. Hardy
and Dr. A. W. Wallace.
Mr. aud Mrs. William Ede and a
party of friends will await the pass
ing of 1913 in their Piedmont home.
Supper followed by a dance and cards
will be the entertainments enjoyed.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Lin S. Church have
Invited about 40 of their friends to
their Etna street home, Berkeley, for
tonight. Dancing and cards will while
away the hours marking the closing
of the year.
* 4* *
In Alameda club and society women
will gather in the Encinal Boat club
house for a dance, in which about 150
will participate.
* * 4*
Miss Adele Scott was formally pre
sented to society this afternoon by her
mother. Mrs. J. Walter Scott, at a re
ception at her home in East Oakland.
In the receiving' line were: Mrs.
Henry Miles Bull, Mrs. Walter Mor
gan. Miss Barbara Miller, Mrs. M. J.
Laymance, Mrs. H. C. Fisher and
* * *
Miss Doris Hoyt will be a New Year
Irs Los Angelies
Mr and Mrs. Peter G. Mcßean have
gcr.e tn ixis Angeles. Where they will
spf>n<] several days.
» * *
At a f-a Riven yesterday in Santa
Etaai hy Miss Dorothy Klder and Miss
ijnretta Boyd formal announcement
was made of the engagement of Miss
Ada Cline of that city and Frederick
W". Palmer of San Francisco. The
bride elect Is the only daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. C. W nine of Santa
Kosa. She graduated from the Uni
versity of California with the class of
191::. and was affiliated with the Pi
Beta Phi sorority. She has fre
quently visited in San Krancisco. and
Is a favorite with the younger set
here. Mr. Palmer is- the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Palmer. He is a grad
uate of the Stanford university, and
was one of the organizers of the uni
versity assemblies and belongs to the
Saturday Evening assemblies, of
which clubs his fiancee is also a mem
ber. No date has- been set for the
| wedding, but it will probably be an
| event of the early summer.
eve hostess at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoyt, in Ver
non heights Two score of the
younger set will dance until the pass
ing of the year, when supper will be
* » #
Dancing and games will be enjoyed
tonight at the home of Mrs. Albert C.
Hcunisch in Boulevard way.
* * *
Mrs. Tyler Henshaw will be host
ess at a table party at the festivities
at the Hotel Oakland tonight. The
dinner will be in compliment to her
father. Colonel F. R. Harrington of
* # *
Eighty guests of Miss Adele Welsh
will dance at her home in East Oak
land tonight to celebrate the birth
of the new year.
* * *
At the Oakland home of Miss Mil
dred Porter, herself a bride elect, four
brides to be -will be guests of honor
this afternoon. The girls who will
share the honors of the occasion are.
Miss Grace Laymance, Miss Edith Har
mon, Miss Laura Van Slyke and Miss
Lillian Barnard.
* * *
Among the Alameda affairs tonight
will be tbe dancing party presided
over by the Misses Mildred and Edith
Meyers, who will entertain in their
home in Alameda avenue.
* ■» *
In the presence of 300 guests last
night. Miss Miriam Blacker became the
bride of Lieutenant Roland Wilbur
Finger, U. S. A., at the Trinity M. E.
church; Berkeley. Mtss Helen Blacker
was maid of honor to her sister and
the bridesmaids were: Misses Beth
and Edna Donkin, Miss Verna Pinger,
Miss Mabel Mattern, Miss Bess Crit
zer and Miss Dorothy Blacker. Both
Mr. ar:d Mrs. Pinger are graduates of
the University of California,
in the
Charles Frohman recently hit on a
highly original plan for producing
in New York in April, Sardou's cele
brated play. "Diplomacy," a revival
of which Is now in the tenth month
of its season at Wyndham's theater,
London. "Diplomacy" will be pro
duced in New York In April, as Mr.
Frohman states it. "with a real star
cast." Madame Alia Nazi mo va, who
is now on tour in the Hichens play,
"Bella Donna." will play the role of
Countess Zicka. It will be the first
time in the history of the play that
this Russian character has ever been
played by a real Russian.
* * *•
Charles Frohman has decided upon
Monday. January 5, as the date for
the commencement of Miss Maude
Adams" first New York season In over
two years. On that night at the Em
pire theater, New York, Miss Adams
will be seen for the first time in .!.
M. Barries "The Legend of Leo
nora." his first full evening's play
since "What Kvery Woman Knows."
"The Legend of Lenora" as a play
is best described as a comedy written
only for those who have had a mother.
4r * *
Andrew Mack wiil open his starring
engageenmt at the Alcazar theater
on January 19. It is eight years since
Ma- k's last local appearance, and
judging from the lively interest al
ready manhested in his coming again,
he left many friends on his last tour
* * 4r
Klaw and Erlanger and Harrison
Gray Fiske's production of "Kismet"
brings forward Otis Skinner in a, role
unlike any that he has played before,
but that includes in its requirements
almost every style and quality of
Bachaus, Piano Wizard, to
Appear Here Next Week
THE visit of
Wllhelm Bac
haus to this
city will lend
special luster to
the musical sea
son. Bachaus is
a giant among
pianists. Though
barely 3<i years
old he has al
ready risen to
the pinnacle of his
profession. Fire,
temp c r amental
warmth, grace,
delicacy and per
fect repose are
characteristics of
his playing. Bac
haus Is coming
here for the first
time, but his rep
utation of brll
-lia nt achieve
ments has pre
ceded him, and he
will be greeted
as a popular idol
rather than a
newcomer pre
pared to conquer.
Three pianistic
programs will be
given next week
by this artist at
Scottish Rite au
ditorium, next
Sunday afternoon,
and Thursday
night and Satur
day afternoon of
next week.
Sunday's list in
cludes Brahms'
Rhapsodte in G
minor; two move
ments by Scar-
Wilhelm Bachaus, pianist.
latti, Allegro in O minor and
Scherzo in F major; Beethoven's
"Appassionata" Sonata. a Chopin
Pope in Good Health;
Jokes With Delegation
By Associated Frets.
ROME, Dec. 31. —Pope Pius X is in
excellent health, despite reports which
have been circulating that he is in
disposed. The diplomatic corps ac
credited to the Vatican, headed by the
dean. Prince yon Schonberg-Harten
stein, the ambassador of Austria-Hun
gary, presented greetings for the new
year. The pope Joked on his unfa
miliarity with the French language.
A special New Year mass will be
celebrated at 1 :30 o'clock tomorrow
morning at St. Patrick's church. In
Mission street. Music, will be fur
nished by a special orchestra. St. Pat
tick's is the only Roman Catholic
church on the Pacific coast that has
the privilege of holding a special
mass at this hour and date. Rev. John
Rogers will ofilciate.
The Swedish Singing Society of San
Francisco will give its twenty-second
annual New Year Festival and bail
tonight in the German house. One of
the features of the entertainment will
be the presentation of the dramatic
sketch. "The Quiet Hotel."
The annual banquet of the Call
fornia division of tlie Travelers' Pro
tective Association of America will
take place Friday night at the Belle
vue hotel.
! acting of which Mr. Skinner is master.
Hajj, the beggar of Bagdad, runs the
entire gamut of emotion in the course
of the play and the role could not
possibly be played by an actor of less
than the widest experience. Otis
Skinner In "Kismet" will be one of
the attractions at the Columbia dur
ing the month of January.
* * •
Arthur A. Perm, publicity man of
the Gaiety theater, is a song writer
in his leisure moments. His "Caris
slma" is internationally famous. The
other day he found himself with a
few odd seconds to spare, and to
save them from going to waste, wrote
a "Eugenic Love Song" for Marie
Dressier, who will sing it during her
forthcoming engagement at the
* * *
Can you imagine a young girl of
IS summers, with gorgeous eyes,
laughing, sparkling dimples, the col
oring of the sunny south and hair
thai ripples all over like a delicate
cascade, covering her face with burnt
cork, pulling a kinky, black wig over
her glorious tresses and taking on
the slovenly shuffle of a below-the-
Mason-Dixte-Jine colored, girl ? Well.
Mona Morgan is going to do that very
thing at tho Alcazar next week in
Edgar Selwyn's unusual play. "The
Country Boy." Fred Belasco dis
t overed this little actress In New
York last winter, when she was play
ing tbe ingenue role in the big Drury
Lane melodrama. "The Whip,' at the
Manhattan opera house.
When only IT years of age. Mona
Morgan played Meg. in "Little
Women," and, at the time, she was
the youngest leading woman on
group, including
Trelude in X fiat.
Studies, op. 2">, in
A flat, F miner
and G fiat, and
Op. 10, No. S In
G flat. Berceuse;
Walt'/., Op. 1* in
A flat and Ballad*
in A fiat. Richard
.Strauss' Serenade,
t r a n s c r ibed by
Bachaus, the
Schubert Liszt
Soiree de Vienne
In D major, Rach
manlofTs Preluce
in G minor, Schu
bert - Liszt's " T
Heard a Streamlet
Gushing" and the
ever popular
Marche Militaire
of Schubert- Taus
sig are among the
gems. The pro
grams for Thurs
day night, Janu
ary 8 and Satur
day aft cm o on,
January 10, are
equally colossal,
and will prove
that the grea.
reputation of this
splendid artist
has been well
Tickets for all
three concerts are
now on «ale et
I he Greenbaum
ticket offlces» at
Sherman, Clay &
To. and Kohler &
N. F. Wilson, Missing,
Sends Wire to S. F.
Nicholas Field Wilson, the oil
fields promoter who Mas reported
missing, telegraphed today from Van
couver, B. C, that he is returning
from a trip to Alaska.
"There is absolutely no differences
between my wife and myself. I am
on my way to see her now. I do not
know how my absence attracted so
much attention."
Wilson's wife was Miss Helen
Gray. She is witli her parents at
2500 Green street. Wilson was di -
yorced from his first wife a year ago.
Alaska "Poor Man's
Land" Says Governor
, — — s - — - —
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.—The pre
diction that Alaska will be the "poor
man's land" of the future is made by
Governor Strong of that territory in
his annual report, which has Just been
made public by Secretary Lane. Par
ticular emphasis is laid by Governor
Strong on the fact that Alaska's tre
mendous coal bearing lands are still
withheld from development, despite
the increasing demand for coaL
League to Save Black
Pt. Cove by Injunctions
If any attempt be made by pri
vate capital to take possession of
the shore line at the foot of Van
Ness aveinse. Injunction proceedings
will he instituted by the, San Fran
cisco Recreation league. Two com
mittees were, appointed last night by
the aquatic section to safeguard in
terests of the league.
always progressive;
always independent
French Thief Drama at Grauman's Imperial
A scene from the filmatized version of "Leah Kleschna" at Grau
man's Imperial.
"Too Much-a John"
Expresses Missions'
Feelings About Rain
Colloquial Phrase Coined by Chi
nese Now Used to Describe
Feelings of Residents.
In tho Mission district within a
radius of Severn; blocks of the »ld
Mission Dolores t colloquialism has
j become .* fixed part of the -onver-
I sation.
According lo th* story. the>/- was
! a G"ttl ese man servant in the h. me
of a wealthy man not far distant.
John was a good servant and very
popular with the mistress and the
two young: ladies of the home, who
kept him runn'ng this Wf and that
with their " iere, John, this," and
"here, John, that."
So ~obn went to the husband and
father and asked for his money. To
I the repeated questions of the boas.
I who had frown to think the China
man almost part of the family during
his 14 years of service, the Celestial
made but o c reply. "Too much-a
.lohn, too much-a John," and he re
i fused to stay, no matter how big the
inducement offered.
So In the argot of the Missio- "too
much-a John" means too much work,
too much rain, too much worry, too
much everything. They are saying
"too much-a Joh~i" regarding the
Police Lieutenant to
Retire; Four Benefit
A promotion in each rank in the
poiii c department will follow the pen
sioning of Lieutenant John R. O'Con
nor of the Potrero station, who will
apply for a pension Monday night.
The police commission, is ready to
grant his request.
O'Connor, born in 1856. was ap
pointed to the force in 1881.
Sergeant John J. O'Meara, formerly
chief clerk of the chief of police, and
now head of the record department,
will be made a lieutenant. Corporal
William Healy of the Chinatown
squad will become an acting ser
geant. Patrolman Richard Foley will
get corporal's chevrons. An eligible
man from the civil service list will
be appointed patrolman.
jjj ur Annual
I Muslin Underwear J
Sale I !||
II also
I Clearance Sale
j in All Departments J! ffl
j | Will Commence | |
j| Friday, January 2, 1914 Ml
Jl |||
Sutter and Grant Aye.
Husband for Salel
Wife Prefers* Cat
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Dec. 31.—"1 am
willing to sell n»/ hus
band for $1,000 cash," writes
Mrs. Agnes Bedell of Quincy
to Miss Mary E. Chandler.
The letter, after explaining
that Mrs. Bedell had seen Miss
Chandler's name in the news
papers, continued:
"I see where yon need a hna
hand to take rare of yonr
property nsd to be a father to
your baby. My husband ta at
working man. tired of support
ing a family on small pay. I
want money to open a hoarding
house. He trill be content to alt
with you and to tend the baby.
As for me, I'd rather have my
Fraser Confirmed as
Executive of W. 0. W.
By Associated Press.
OMAHA, Neb.. Dec. 31.— W. A. Era
ser today became executive head of
the Woodmen of the World, succeed
ing the late Joseph Cullen Root,
founder ot the order, who died in
Hendcrsonville, N. C, last week. Mr.
Eraser's succession was confirmed late
last night by the executive council.
No Pay for Alameda
Employes Till Friday
Inasmuch as the Alameda city char
ter provides against the payment of
city employes' salaries before the end
of a month. Christmas passed without
the payment. The employes were
looking forward to receiving their
money today for New Year's, but city
Auditor Oroll has announced that they
will have to wait until Friday.
Miss Nillson Will Interpat
World Famed
"Leah Kleschna." tlie intei nationsl
dramatic success, interpreted by Car
lotta Nillson, the celebrated actress,
which is to be presented at Grauman a
Imperial theater next week, has mad*
an admirable motion picture study.
Miss Nillson is said to give Leah a:i
the sympathy, sentiment and pathoa
of tha character. Kleschna, tha
master thief of France, Is faithfully
portrayed by Hal Clarendon, and
Sylvain, the French deputy, inter*
preted by House Peters, is said ta
give an exceptionally faithful por
trayal of that character.
The purpose of this world famed
drama, from the pen of C. M. S. Me-
Clellan. is to prove that if peopla
who have been involuntarily led fnto
a career of crime, can be met with
kindness and sympathy, their better
natures can be awakened and they
can be led back into tho light.
"Leah Kleschna" brings to the
motion picture a new prestige anl
numerous opportunities for great
camera effects. The film production
of "Leah Kleschna" surpasses the
greatness of the original, because of
the evident limitations of tho oral
stage for scenic and realistic effects.
In the production of "Leah Klesch
na." the scenes in the burning bazaar
and many other thrilling effects can
be faithfully portrayed, whereas in
the drama they can only bo describe' 1
verbally. Carlotta Nillson's associa
tion with the motion picture wil
also confer on fildom a new dignity
appropriately comparable to th
glories of Mrs. Fiske, James O'Nelli!
Lilly Langtry, James K. Hackett am
others. "Leah Kleschna" will be se«T
at Grauman's Imperial theater fo
one week only.
Honeymooners Are
Married Second Time
SAN JOSE. Dec. 31.— Just to rnak>
doubly sure that they are properlr
and securely married. 'William J. Grif
fiths of Santa Clara and his wife. Wat
wai' formerly Eva E. Pyne. obtained
a second marriage license and went
through a second ceremony.
The couple slipped away the d*
after Christmas and were marrleS |Jie
first time by a police Judge at Ban
Rafael. Upon their return they took
out another license, and this time
Rev. Halsey "Werlein. rector of Trinity
Episcopal church, officiated.
Griffiths is a prominent merchant ol
the mission town.
Try It.
No condiment can equal It
for delicacy of flavor.
A perfect seasoning for Soars*.
Flan, steaks. Boast a, Gravies,
Chops and Salad IT' r—lbjs
An Appetizer
Sold by Grocert Everywhtrt
"Winter is with us and * "eed not
only a winter suit, but ought to have a
couple of dresses as well," said Gen
evieve. "It Is not only a question of
ought to have, but It is what I must
have. Now what am I going to do"'<
"Tou could not have done better
than to come to me," said Helen." be
cause I am going to show you the
progressive styles in coats, suits and
dresses, and, better still, I can put
these most desirable clothes within
your reach. CHERRYS , clothes and
CHERRYS credit plan have become
the by-word in the homes of the best
dressed men and women in San Fran
cisco. Not only are CHERRYS styles
at the very top notch of fashion, but
the time allowance of payments bring
them within the reach of all."
So they joined forces and went to
1009 Market street, where they found
such bargains that they completely
outfitted themselves with new
clothes. For the residents of the Mis
sion CHKRRYS store is located at
2400 Mission street. The stores In
Oakland are at 528 13th street for
men, and 515 13th street for the
women. In Los Angelea tbe store is
at 63<5 South Broadway.—Advertise
Phone Kearny 232
Residence Phone Writ 94*9
and want to save from $50 to $200
on your investment, write W. L.
CALWELL, 918 Hearst Bldg , S .F.,
for Bargain List.
Address nasaa

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