THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1911. 5
WOMAN'S WORLD Dame Fashion Revives the St. Louis Singer
And Manager of Mother's Gentleness Is Oil
Quaint Bonnet of the 60's St. Francis Concert Of Life Ruth Cameron
Set Santa Barbara club is one of
mothers lost their tempers over little things—
If mothers insisted on having their own way, no
matter how much it inconvenienced all^the rest of
the family, no matter how much happiness and comfort
it took out of other people's lives—
THE the inspiring places in the south-
ern city. It is a formal, federal
looking building on the outside
and set in a quiet street that is used as
If mothers thought up grievances and sulked over
If mothers felt it their privilege to be cranky and
disobliging and cross whenever they were tired—
If mothers made life harder to live in any one of
a bridle path from the Potter through
the dozens' of ways the rest of the family do—
town; but within the atmosphere is in-
spiriting. Tell me, how on earth should we ever get along?
It is strictly a men's club, just as the. Truly, I think we just shouldn't —at least, not for
Woman's club is exclusively feminine, long.
I SUTH CAJfcE&OX I
with the Montecito club common ground Any more than a machine would be able to run
where equal rights prevail. very long without any oil.
You don't like the implied comparison?
One of the conspicuous members You think it degrades mothers?
of the Santa Barbara club is Billy I don't know.
Graham, husband of Mrs. William Miller Graham of London, this season. It seems to me that oil has a pretty important function.
Billy Graham, however, is not the hero of this story, of whom there are Just think, if there were no oil to be found anywhere in the world, how
long would all the vast' fabrics of ma-chinery that makes modern life what
two—one a Xew York man of Santa Barbara residence and the other a San it is—the huge pumps that send the water into our_ kitchens and our bath-
Francisco guest at the Potter who has a distinguished record at golf. rooms, the machinery that manufactures our clothes and our furniture^nd
They had played bridge until late with two other congenial spirits, and ten thousand other things for each day's use, the motor, the dynamo andthe
after that a friendly game of poker—all poker games being friendly in clubs, steam engine that minister to our daily need or pleasure—how long would
meaning, possibly, that there were no stakes. they all run smoothly, if at all, without oil?
About as long, I fancy, as the complicated machinery of family life would
Across the street from the club is a livery stable where horses are some- endure if mothers' began to claim the privileges of obstinacy and bad temper
times housed, with wagons abandoned and sulkiness that fathers and brothers and sisters all claim at least once
AMUSEMENTS in the street. When the friendly poker in a while.
game broke up the players scattered, Think of it some day when you are fretting or sulking or finding fault
the last to, leave being the San Fran- about something, and mother—poor little mother, who isn't the least in the
cisco man, who followed the New York world to blame—is' trying to smooth things over.
gHW r# # w±ZA&i<n Phone man by eight to ten minutes. When Think how strange it would seem ifmother should turn the tables, expect
p^a ggjflEsfll i3c he found the highway he saw his
friend seated high in the driver's place the rest of the family to soothe her.
on an abandoned wagon. Think of it, and thank God that he made those wonderful beings called
• THIS WEEK ,:ONLY. . .' "Where are you going?" he asked.
The friend waved an arm vaguely. mothers and made them willing and glad to be the oil of society.
IVIAX DILL '"Just up country," he said.
"I guess I'll go along," the San Fran-
THE RICH MR. HOGGENHEIMER
Saroy Prices Sever Change. Night. 51 to 2.V.
_• cisco man volunteered and climbed to
the seat beside
the other, and they
drove the rest of the night until the
them at 6 o'clock
and sent them home in hacks. They
Auto Party Contra Costa in
Special Price Thurs.. Sat. Mat.. 2.V and 50c.-
SEATS: AT THEATER AND EMPORIUM.
Mai-ting; Xext Sunday Mat., 1:, -i
tried to pay him for the use of the
wagon, but the man wouldn't hear of
it, and the next day they sent him a
box of cigars because he hadn't let
them settle with him.
County Doing Good Work
In "JIM THE PE\MA\' W * - Which is all a true story of two
years ago. Suffrage Performance
• • • Posting Bills,
The younger set will enjoy a jolly
dance at the Ingleside Country club Promises to Be a Votes for Women Workers
A I rA7AP
AIA,ALAI\ ™ i« STEINEH Friday evening when Miss Metha Mc-
Mahon will be hostess in honor of Miss
Organizing Clubs and Holding Rallies
BELASCO & MAYER. Owners aDd Managers. . Amalia Simpson and William Hough,
and Miss Florence Cluff and her fiance.
Dr. Edward Janss. The guests will One of the newest creations in the fall fashions
TONIGHT—ALL THIS TONIGHT include those who will attend the two The efforts of the College Equal Suf- dresses will be interpersed with singing
MATINEE SATL'RDAY AND SUNDAY '-} couples at their wedding in September The concert to be given by Nellie frage league workers touring Contra and dancing and a monologue.
very latest in fall fashions in millinery includes a bonnet that was
and about forty other friends of the
NANCE O'NEIL Miss Rebecca Kruttschnltt, whose en-
to C. M. Woodhouse of Mon-
• • • the vogue at the time of the civil war. The picture of it above Rives Widman-Blow
the auspices of the Clubwomen's Fran-
an excellent idea of its quaint charm. The confection is made of mole chise league, will be not only the first
Costa county in the "Blue Liner," an
automobile, are meeting with success.
After leaving Byron Hot Springs, the
party will go to Oakley to prepare for
on fences a meeting.
Aided by CLIFFORD BRUCE and the
Alcazar Company, In
. • treal was announced last week in Santa
Barbara, has arrived with Mrs. Krutt-
schnitt for a visit of several weeks in
colored velvet with a fringe of the same tint over the front brim and on the of the season but promises to be one
upturned "curtain" at the rear. The shirred crown is of white silk, the bow of the biggest successes.
Placing suffrage posters
and barns is only a small part of the
Though the plans for the concert work in Contra Costa county. Meetings
. Sardoa'B Most Powerful Play San Francisco. They are at the Belle-
vue and will be entertained at a num-
of mole colored velvet and the top decoration of pink roses. have been under way but two weeks, are being addressed each day, plans
PRlCES—Nijrht, 25c to; $1; Mat., 25c to ' 50c. ber of affairs before going to their under the energetic management of made for organizations in all towns,
. Seats .for sale at box joffice and Emporium. -;-; home inyoung couple willthetake place. Robert N. Graves at her home in Los Mrs. Edward de Witt Taylor and the
O'NEIL, and her support in Mrs. Kruttschnitt
and her daughter
Gatos. Mrs. Graves will leave shortly
for San Jose to remain for several Three Generations other members of the committee of the and, in order to insure a good attend-
league, already all but one of the ance, the county committee is giving
"THE FIRES OF ST. JOHN" friends In San• Rafael.
were guests over the weekend of weeks, returning in the middle of Sep-
tember to San Francisco, where she
Celebrate Pioneer's boxes in the ballroom of the St. Fran- entertainments and dances. in fa
Pii iiMn flWf a Mfifffli
Governor and Mrs.
• Eugene Fogs of • will take an apartment for the winter.
•• and • her brother.
cis hot«l, where the concert Is to be
given at 8.30 in the evening:, have been Those in the committee are Mrs.
Last Seven Nights.
Matinees Wed. and Sat.,
The Year's Big Fun Provoker,
Massachusetts were guests of honor at
a dinner given last evening by Mr. and
*\S A' Mrs. Alfred Tubbs at their home In
• -^r ~^- Miss Cora Smith
Sydney V. Smith Jr.,
week from Lake Tahoe with the Roe-
returned last Eightieth Birthday reserved as well as 50 of the seats Louis H. Wall, Francis R. Wall, Mrs.
on the floor of the ballroom.
Nellie Wldman-Blow is a mezzo- Baker.
Frank B. Patterson and Mrs. Elizabeth
Broadway. It was an elaborate affair ricke party, which included Miss Doro- soprano singer.
for sixteen guests. thy Boericke's fiance, Lawrence Met- With the thrilling incidents of the She is well known in the east and Aiding the committee are Miss Jean
• • •
Mrs. Charles •B. Alexander, Miss
calfe Symmes of New York, and Mr. gold
and Mrs. Ralston White. rush and all the events and muta- toured the west In 1905. She returned Hayes, Kenneth Hayes and Spencer
Janetta, Miss Harriet and Miss Mary
Alexander spent the weekend as
• • •
Among the members of the younger
tions of California history since the to the present year. in the early part Davis.
the Pacific coast
On Thursday, at an informal meeting
days when San Francisco was a clus-
guests of Mr. and
Crocker at "New Place."
William H. set who will leave in the early part of
ter of shacks dearly fixed in her mem-
Those who attend the concert will held in Walnut creek, 20 residents an- •\u25a0 We like .to talk g gßf'-f
THE IMAI y^&y/\ MONDAY September to resume their studies in also hear four violin .obligatos by nounced that they were willing to do
girls and their cousins. Miss Ethel and the east are Miss Rebecca Shreve and ory. Mrs. Rachel Rotenberg celebrated Hother Wisner. anything to secure votes for amend- -"; ;H ;:*about our two big JH H s
Miss Helen Crocker, made an attractive
Exceeding the /jS^S itlCli3rd group at the garden fete In Menlo Sat-
Miss Arabella Schwerin, who will at- her eightieth birthday yesterday at the The patronesses
tend Briar Cliff seminary. Mrs. Henry residence of her daughter, Mrs. Adolph Mrs. Arthur Cornwall, this event are: ment No.Saturday evening the "Blue '- £\u25a0 0
of 8 in their neighborhood.
specials because they i:'
• « • J. Crocker will also travel east shortly, Cohn, in O'Farrell street. A reception Coffin,
where she will place her daughter. was held in her honor and three gen-
Mrs. Horace Next
Mrs. Charles D. Blaney, Mrs. Liner" party will address a meeting ;sK|j
are two big specials
to talk about.
-*" S .:i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oxnard have the management of the ; <;; The best V lunch | V^ § |
Miss Kate, at one of the fashionable erations of her family surrounded the Grange, Judson A. W. Scott Jr., Mrs. under who are being organised suffra- *:rv -;'?
Edgar Benedict, Mrs. Clarence
been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Ben- 'V:X::V?;B
jamin Oxnard of New Orleans at thejr
•• • vigorous minded pioneer woman who Aylett Cotton,
Mrs. gists, by the
.4^;* 1 anywhere, I B^'^-
//^V/ lD "JUMPING JUPITER" new home in Woodside. Last week the Mrs. Krnest Reuter, following Walnut Creek committee:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poett and 'their crossed the, isthmus of Panama in 1849 Mrs. James Costlgan, Mrs. E. G. Wil- Mrs. J. Leech. Mrs. Mary J. Border, Dr. -11:30 to 2 o'clock, '
SEATS THURSDAY.! \u25a0
a motor trip through
children, little Miss Evelyn and Harry on a mule and has been a San Fran- liams, Mrs. A. B. Spencer, Mrs. William Caroline Cole, Mrs. H. F. Spencer and ;,-\u25a0 3 \u25a0'\u25a0..*;: ,' W^-'•''^^^k""'•-'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '
"B'B •' \u25a0"\u25a0
Poett. are spenJing a few weeks in ciscan for more than 60 years.
• • • Yosemite valley. Mrs. Rotenberg was born in Ger-
Kent. Mrs. C. A. Barrett, Mrs. J. S. the Rev. Mr. Lowther. This committee •|v -. Hi \u0084-,'"*t'
- - :*. ' '.'-''^ H 9
Jr. Mrs. Frank Buck (Zaida
• • • "'
Mr. and Sanborn. Mrs. Timothy Guy Phelps, has arranged a dance to follow the >
wefe married in »w Zabriskle), who
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Knight and Mr. berg in
many 1831, married Abraham Roten-
Mrs. L«on Sloss, Mrs .Lovell White meeting.
York last spring, have returned from and Mrs. George Pope have returned in 184S and set out with him for and Mrs. Edward de Witt Taylor. Such interest in the cause by the
Europe, where they spent their honey-
from a visit of several weeks at Lake the land of gold the following year. Tickets for the concert can re- Walnut Creek citizens is regarded as
The steamer Yankee Blade brought the served at the headquarters of thebe
moon, and are visiting Mrs. Buck's
parents in New York. They will leave Tahoe. Club- quite a victory, as the committee was
for California this week and will b^ at
the Fairmont on their arrival, to newre-
young couple up the west coast and was
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Kohl are burned on the return trip. The Roten-
enjoying a few weeks at Idlewilds, bergs opened a store
women's Franchise league in the St. told that there was no use coming
Francis hotel, at the newstand in the to that town as there were only four
, I Our Popular '
Safest and Most Magnificent Theater in America* main several weeks
M\TIXEE TODAY'; AND ? EVERY DAY i home Is ready for them.
until their their country home in the vicinity of
Kearny and Sutter streets when they
at what is now St. Francis hotel and at Sherman, Clay women really Interested and that they
THE STANDARD "PIANOPHIEXD?. mix marriage of Miss Anita Berlnger, The
• • • Lake Tahoe.
• George Newhall and arrived birthday celebration was pr«-
• here. & Co.'s would carry on the fight through the v Kg \-. served ie every after-
women's improvement club. Bg .\u25a0 .
Jesse L. Laskj's daughter of Mrs. Bertha Beringer, and
Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Murphy left on Wednes-
ceded by a reception on Saturday at PICKPOCKET STEALS These four women were surprised at • H
the number in sympathy with the move-
3:30 to 6 P. M.
STEELS," with Ben Linn and Ila Grannon;;BOß Louis Oliver Cannon was quietly cele- day tor Del Monle, where they will Royal Arcanum hall In Eddy street,
TENDER'S GIANTS. Comedians -' and It;" Pantomlm-' brated In St. Brlgid's parish house Sat- \u25a0
remain for some time. Eugene Mur- where the California lodge of the Re- WATCH OF ATTORNEY ment who enrolled or sent word that are delights to our y,;|j a g
CARL- urday morning. Miss Edna Beringer
lsts in "The Long and the Short of
TON "The Long Magician:" KARL EMMY and attended her sister as maid of honor,
phy, who will join the party later fn
the month, is staying at present at the the order. bekahs presented her with a jewel of
they would be present at the next meet-
ing. H .^. lady patrons. - MH|
HIS CANINE -
PETS; CONNELLY: and WEBB: while the bridegroom was supported
Burllngame club. Instrument Was Gold and Con-
PEIRO; MORNY CASH: New Daylight; Motion by Henry Whitley as best man. The members of the Contra Costa
Pictures ; • Last Week, Great r. Terpslchorean : Hit, ( bride is a daughter of the late Fritz
NANA, Dans Danses. :
','\u25a0>. z Beringer. a prominent
vlneyardlst of Mrs. James W.
• Keeney. accorrtpanied cer of Rotenberg and 50 of the an offi-
• • Mrs.
sidered Worth $80 county grange living in Danville are
going to make a fight to get the other
by Miss Laura McKinstry, will leave and members were present to do her venberg, an attorney OAKLAND, Aug. 20.—J. J. Van Ho-
Eve. price*—l<V. 25c,, 50c. 75c. Box seats, $1. St Helena. belongs to one of the
Matinee prices (except Sundays and holidays)
10c. 25c, 50c.; Douglaa 70.: Horoe'Cls7o. —
families of Napa county.
ert Cannon of Oakland and of Rich-
He is a
brother of Miss Stella Cannon and Rob-
— next Wednesday
George P. Marye Jr. of Washington,
who will remain in California for a residence in O'Farrell street.
for Santa Barbara,
they will visit Mr. and Mrs.
This afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock 969 Broadway, reported
with offices at members of their organization to in-
to the police dorse suffrage.
she*Vlll receive her friends at the Cohn this morning that a pickpocket robbed league addressed the yesterday. of the
him of a gold watch, worth $80, in grange in Danville
ard The bride- Others who are enjoying a brief Broadway last night. Toung of Danville has taken charge of
Cannon of Portland. stay in the southern city are Miss Jane
groom is associated with Henry Whit- Selby and Miss Alejandra Macondray. A pickpocket also robbed H. Fingali, the league's affairs in his town and
in the Silver
ley Tip Oil company. FLAG IS RAISED ON NEW of San Leandro, of a gold watch last expects to bring in the grange indorse-
After a honeymoon the young couple night, on an Elmhurst street car. ment.
will return to San Francisco, at where FIRE DEPARTMENT'S LONGFELLOW SCHOOL Mrs. D. Armstrong, who has been liv- The suffragists, touring in the "Blue
they will occupy apartments the
Westgate In Hyde street. Mrs. Bertha EXHIBIT IS ATTRACTIVE ing temporarily in a tent in Tompkins Liner," augmented by volunteer speak-
Markeeßros-j Bud. Snyder Beringer and Miss Eda Beringer will
leave Wednesday on a trip to Honolulu,
Large Crowds Visit Industrial
Building Is Dedicated by Im- avenue, Beulah heights, reported to the ers, will have a meeting at Byron Hot
provement Association police that somebody stole $80 from'un- Springs 4his morning. The proprietor
will sail extensive whence they for an der the pillow of her bed yesterday of the hotel has given permission for
BEATRICE INGRAM'S Players and
• •William Ford Nich-
tour of Europe.
Fair in Auditorium Building
The annual industrial fair of the Re-
The exercises of raising- the national eVenlng.
flag on the Longfellow grammar school
were held yesterday by the West End
the meeting on the hotel porch. Ad-
ols and Miss Nichols will arrive Peggy tailers' Protective association drew a Improvement cjub, of which H. J. Hinz BLACKMAR CIRCLE TO
HANSON & BUUU absence
several months In
from east large crowd of visitors to the Audi-
is president. They were held in the GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
their in I/ondon torium at Page and Fillmore streets assembly hall of the school. Fred J.
Europe. During stay
BROWN & COOPER aft Fulnam
• • • Miss Marian
Lon- they were guests of
bishop of Churchill, secretry of the Mission Pro-
A band at the extreme end of the motion association, was orator
Soloists and Appomattox Choir
great enclosure furnished music day. Will Provide Music
. i• i
Gallols and throughout the evening, anJ during
Probst | Lee Long Foo; Zeile Jeanne Mr. andtheMrs. Fred
of Miss Florence
the intermissions a singer in one of direction of Miss Mary McGlade, ren-
the booths sang the latest song hits
The children of the school, under the
dered songs, and Edward Healey enter-
BERKELEY, Aug. 20.—A program of
literary and. musical features has been
arranged by W. W. Blackmar
also entertained a house party from to the accompaniment of a piano. tained the gathering with songs and of this city for next Wednesday circle even-
The fire department exhibit was the recitations.
Saturday to Monday. Mrs. Fred Mc-
Near was another weekend hostess at main attraction, instruction being; brief address.
Mayor McCarthy made a ing in Odd Fellows hall in Addison
Vocal solos will be rendered by -" ¥li '
Have you modernized 8i ¥
Theater I |
Menlo, where society gathered for the
charity fete at the Flood place Satur-
given by attendants
flre alarm signal system.
in the use of the The others who addressed the meet-
All the in- Ing were Supervisors John Walsh and Miss Mac Reed and Mrs. Lee, piano
used in the exhibits were, Charles A. Nelson, School Directors solos by Miss Anita
i; i your business methods ?-'
j * Much sympathy is felt manufactured in the department's shops Alfred Roncovieri, H. G. Vaughan and by Mrs. Smedley of San Francisco and
4s. 1 I 1
Kt>V Route "THAVIATA" Mrs.
«*"/,nuuJr WJth :Leofalll;'Cortadi[MntoU-'H William Bliss and her brothers,forSamuel a medley of songs by the "boys' " choir
innQl Prices— fide, 7.V, $1, in- \u25a0 and Spencer Buckbee. for the death of
in Fulton street and are said to be James Powers.
superior to those that formerly were of Appomatox choir of Oakland. Dur-
ing the evening there will be an auc-
- . > ; ;
I tIH cludiDS ParkEve.—"Cavalleria •Eg : their ago.
mother, which occurred several \u0084
bought in the east.
Delegations from many of the lead- TREATY ON ARBITRATION tion sale of a handmade patchwork |||: Are you making use :of ;
DA DEf Ruiticana" and "Pa^liacci." 2£Z MEETS WITH PROTEST quilt.
tnULLU ORA.VD |P Mr. and Mrs. Newhall, Miss
ing improvement clubs and division
associations of the Home Industry |; I Western Union Day and \u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0s& %; |g
Marlon and Mayo Newhall Jr. wJll
Asiatic Exclusion League Will RIVER STEAMER CREW
y ntiy league were in attendance to aid ex-
Free in the 'Amphitheater. |g| leave Santa Barbara this week and
HUlf Mons. and Mme. Begue.
__- calists. Symphony Concert To-\u25a0
1, when they will return to town tem-
will be at Del Monte until September hibitors in farthering the sale of lo-
cally manufactured wares. Send Petition to Taft MARRIAGE WITNESSES Night Letters?
Oahiana morro Afternoon. |& porarily. Later they are planning a
- * :
Opera Tickets at Sherman,'" Clay & Co.'*. I visit to Lake Tahoe.
« • • LECTURE TO BE GIVEN
To protest against any proposed
of arbitration the Odd
Ceremony Unites Student
Oakland; Tapper. & Reed, Berkeley; i 6*7 \u25a0\u25a0
Market St., S.= F.. and at Sherman; Clay IB
& Co.'»,\u25a0 S. F. Special attention to Mail MB' from a visit to Tahoe for the Chapman-
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dimond returned
ON IRISH-AMERICAN United country is the purpose of a
States and Japan, or any other and San Francisco Girl 5 i
I r-?i' :' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•-\u25a0>'•\u25a0\u25a0 lucyaica ' pdil Ul • ;.\u25a0.'.\u25a0: :*i?: 1 /^-.
* - IWi They are
\u25a0a part 'of gj- .
petition formulated at a meeting: of [Special
DUpaich to The Call]
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<;-"v- ;' y
' Foss wedding Wednesday.
• • •
Cobb Hale will return
Rev. Father A. F. Trlvelli, S. J., presi- league yesterday.
dent of St. Ignatius college, will lecture The Asiatic Exclusion sent to President ford. a student of the University of
the VALLEJO. Aug. 20, —Walter L. Bu- ;^.::. i successful business and | g
petition -will be
BUSH AND LARKIN STREETS >
today to her country home at Shasta
Springs after a short visit in town. She
has been entertaining Miss Marie Lou-
ise Tyson a« her guest in the fast week.
on the "History of the Irish-American
in This State" Thursday evening, Au- Taft. action of the Downtown asso-
gust 31, in the white and gold room of
the hotel St. Francis.
ciation in recommending to President of San
California, and Miss Agnes Thompson, !
daughter of a Filimore street merchant
Francisco, were married at the
i| I social life. I!I , ;^»;
Mrs. Hales son. Cadet Bryan of An- im- Monticello steamship
The lecture will be given under the Taft the discontinuanceat of certain rel- in this city last evening. The young
OCEAN WATER BATHS
| | THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH -COMPANY;» 1
napolis, will arrive September 6 to migration Inspections
. \u25a0"; Swimming, and Tub; Baths
Salt water direct from the ocean. JOpen
spend a furlough In' San Francisco.
• • •
auspices of the American Irish Histori-
cal society and will be open to the ative to
Chinese, was censured by the couple came to Vallejo on the steamer
executive committee of the league in a General PrJsbie only witnesses. and the crew of the COMPANY j
Miss Dorothy Page has returned to public. *
s^v , :•' .\u25a0• ...y^ \u25a0..,.-.^. . -.,,. .>:>iH'-»;7^]v7^ V ."'".'; ">;'' ..: .-V-§Ti ;S?
. every : day:'and evening, including Sundays boat were the /v
report which was read to the members.
and holidays, from 8 a. in. to 10 p. m. Spec- San Rafael from a visit to friends at- This will be the flrst public appear-
tators* gallery free. San Mateo. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page ance of Father TrtvelH, who ha 3 just At the next meeting on September
, '- Natatorium ; reserved Tuesday and Friday and their daughter will remain at their been elected president of the college. 17, all of the supervisoral candidates, FATHER DEMPSEY BACK
'mornings from ' &}o'clock :~ to ' noon-- for women \
summer residence until late in Octo-
J, "".,* :??."; J J"':\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'.'*,V. \u25a0"-"\u25a0*:.;.:. '- '\u0084:-'"^A : ber.
. - •
numbering 2?0, will be asked to attend
and give their views on immigration. FROM EASTERN TRIP | I ;,•"'•,''•, "
''-' r8 ' S
-. \u25a0'\u25a0 •'Filtered Ocean Water Plunge" j-^
; > t COMFORTABLY HEATED.
V • The Lurline Ocean Water Baths op-
MA. and Mrs. Lorenzo Avanelli have perate a branch tub bath establishment,
WOMAN TAILS 7KOM CAB—Alameda. Aug. 20.
OAKLAND, Au«. 20.-*Rev. Father E-
Hot Air Hair iDry«« tf * Women Bathen.
\u25a0 or returned from a week's visit at the comprising 50 tubs, at 2151 Geary street Mm. S. Btrinif#r. wbo live* at % 2805 ? Central P. Dempsey, pastor of St. Mary's Cath-
near Devisadero street. Perhaps this is m arena*, fell from an *«»w»*jJMt at Park olic churcji. Eighth and Jefferson
popular jtor; a summer's tday or bungalow of the Ettore Avanellls in
'. evening. Temperature ; of: building adjusted . . >etrlc>' car
suit traather. -: '\u25a0\u25a0•'.-\u25a0 ' .-.\)9KttKmß**l&&m nelli,Jose. San Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Ava- more convenient for you. Ktreot t«nd Santa i Clara alfbt and streets, has returned from a six weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. Ettore Avanelli and
BRANCH TUB * BATHS, 2151 GEAB.YIST.I Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Waterhou«e re- The main Lurline Baths ace at Bush attained injurie* 1that s" rendered >\u25a0•.; her $ «a««»" trip to the eastern cities and has re-
;- [t NEAR iDEVISADEHO. V \u25a0
cently have been the guests of Mrs. and Larkin streets.
«v treated at the emergency \..,, sumed his church' duties'
pital ; and f then taken ', to • her < borne. ,/.