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IN WOMAN'S WORLD The Smart Set wedding, of course. Miss Alice Poorman, who will be the bride, is to wear white. But Lieutenant Hoyt, who will be the groom, is to wear the uniform of an officer ef the United States cavalry. This is a splendid and impressive costume. Blue cloth, braided with yellow, epaulets fringed with gold and gold rc*T>es laced across the coat. An effect of yellow a...* gold at the saber's hilt and a cap (removed for the ceremony \ shoeing the cavalry colors again with more gold. All the ushers will be similarly splendid, and the be-, man. Not that this splendor is extraordinary for a military marriage. Other grooms of the cavalry (bridegrooms, of cot.rse) have introduced like magnificence at weddings'. The unusual thing about the Poorman-Hoyt wedding ■vrill be the insistent, brilliantly pervading yellow of the whole affair. Yellow roses, gold of Ophir and gorgeous yellow jonquils; prirarses, gladioluses and marigolds, and whatever else in yellow Jure floriculture offers. Also yellow gowns for bridesmaids. This is the point at last: The cheerful sacrifice of Miss Poorman , s maids, at least one of them, who has never worn yellow before in her life and knows she will look her worst. It is sheer courage—the courage of her devotion to the bride. Deliberately she is doing what other girls have declined to do. Some one asked Louise Blank if she was going to be one of Alice Poorman's bridesmaids, and she said: "Not for a minute. Can you see me in yellow? - ' Which was a conclusive answer, in spite of interrogation. It might express the sentiment of any girl with ash blonde hair or certain shades of red in regard to yellow. ♦here have been tragedies of green at weddings, and vivid pink has had its victims. Bridesmaids are inured to these. But yellow is so unusual and so altogether hopeless when it isn't becoming. Perfectly one understands Louise Blank, to wonderingly admire the girl who dares yellow for friendship. * * * * * * In notes sent yesterday to Uie friends of both young people the engagement •was announced of Miss Marion Miller and Bernard Ford, both prominent in the. younger sf><ial circles of thie city. All plans for the wedding are indefinite and it will probably not take place for more than a year. The bride elect is tIM daughter of C. O. G. Miller of this o.tty and is a sister of Miss? Leslie Miller" Her mother was a Miss Tucker. daughter of one of the pioneer families of Oakland, and her maternal aunts are Mrs. George TV. McXear, Mrs. Augustus S. MaeDonald and Mrs. Edward L. Bray- Ton. H. ML A. Miller is an uncle, and her cousins are Mrs. John Jerome Alexander Jr., who was Miss Albertine Detric , '; Ml(?s Elsie Detrick, Miss Ernestine MoNear, Miss Flora Miller and Christian Miller. During the last winter Miss Miller entered into training as a nurse at the Maternity hospital, where she remained three months. It was hinted at the time of h-er resignation that the three years of hospital duty, which Is prescribed for a ourse who is really in earnest, would interfere with the Impending announcement of her betrothal, but Miss Miller steadfastly refused to admit that any romance existed. Bernard Ford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ford of this city and is a brother of Sidney, Arthur Xorman and • Jeffrey Ford. He is a nephew of Mr?. «»eorge*A. Moore and is a cousin of Mrs. Arthur Geisler, Duval Moore and Kenneth Moore. * * * Mr. an* Mrs. J. A. McGregor have started for the east to be away several week?. McGregor, who is president of the Union Iron Worke company, is making the trip for business. .# * * Kdward M. Greenway is expected , to return to Pan Francisco in a few days after a business trip .through Utah and Montana. He has been away about Hght weeks. S*TT*HE present social interest is so I many June weddings. All pink. I Quite the prettiest possible color frr weddi. gs in the poet's month of roses. Something gay and brightly * trusting about pink. Blue is so subdued, and lavender positively resigned, a though there have been very pretty *" violet weddings. Green is fresh, and Tainbow shades effective. But most 'lovely to look at will be the June weddings, all of them couleur de rose. All \ but one that promises a martial effect of cavalry in full reealia. A military his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Theobald, in this city, was obliged to cut short his furlough and returned ' > the cast on Monday. There lie will Join his ship, the U. S. S. Nebraska, which is bound for Key West. Mrs. Theobald will remain in California with her little eon, Bobby, until the middle of June, when she will return to the eastern states to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. * * # Miss Margaret Burns was a tea hostess yesterday afternoon i* , honor of Mies Olga. Jungbluth, the fiancee of James Irwin Broughton of Modesto. The house decorations were pink and white. Those bidden to meet the bride elect were Miss Qorothy Mann, Mrs George Joerns, Mrs. Carl Sword. Miss Camille Raas, Miss Joel Raas, Miss Marguerite Haas. Mrs. James Kelleher, Mrs. J. Milbournp, Miss Angela Oovle Miss Maizle Coyle, Miss Alice Ratye, Miss Helen Hibbs and Miss Gertrude Lieutenant and Mrs. Thurman Bane Harrison, I". S. A., ■who have been spending the last month In St. Helena as the guest of the letter's mother, Mrs Dichman, will arrive in San Francisco today and will go to Berkeley to visit Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Bane, the parents or Lieutenant Bane. Later they will visit Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Bryant of this city in their home in Broderick street ♦ * * Mr. and Mrs. Athole Mcßean and Peter Mcßean will leave tomorrow for Auburn. They will make the trip by THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912. CHIMES FOR GOVERNOR'S SON Hiram Johnson JnMarries Amy Bowles Mrs. Hiram W. Johnson Jr., until lasl evening Miss Amy Bowles. CLUBWOMEN DISCUSS ROSES The thirteenth annual breakfast of the Corona club was enjoyed by 177 members and guests yesterday. It was held in the Bellevue hotel, Mrs. John Delamater Jessup, president, presiding. Aβ the program of the day was indicative of roses, similar flowers were used in the adornment of the room and the tables. Mrs. extended the club greeting, , to the members and guests and Introduced as toastmaster Mrs. Edward Dexter Knight. Mrs. Alfred McCullough responded to the toast, "Roses of Yesterday"; Miss Daisy Salter answered to "Buds of Today," and Mrs. Charles Mason Erruerson spoke on "Blossoms of Tomorrow," chief among which she counted the greater San Francisco and the establishment of national and universal peace. "Hedges" was the subject chosen by Mrs. George B. Miller, Mrs. Olive Brown spoke on "Climbers" and Mrs. J. "W. Orr. newly elected state president, made a brief address. Other toasts were 'Flowers Beyond Our Reach," by Mrs. Ethelwyne Morris; "Roof Gardens," by Mrs. J. H. Bullock, and "Hidden Flowers, ,, by Mrs. Paul D. Partridge. Miss Florence Warden, accompanied by Mrs. Partridge, rendered a number of vocal selections. Flowers were presented to Mrs. Jessup, Mrs. Knight and Miss Warden. The luncheon was concluded with the installation of the new officers, who were: President, Mrs. J. D. Jessup; first vice president, Mrs. H. l>. Seager; second vice president, Mrs. A R. Mc- Cullough; treasurer. Miss Laira Collins, secretary. Miss Emma Van Bergen; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. F. Lewis: directors, Mrs. R. B. Phillips, Mrs. E. B. Carson, Mrs. Robert Dunbar, Mrs. Charles Emerson and Mrs. Horace Sexton. WOMEN CLEAN AWAY RUBBISH ALBANY, May 29.—The Women , * Improvement club is receiving the congratulations of friends and supporters for the work accomplished in beautifying, , the city. Throug-h the club's efforts, with the assistance of the school children and citizens, both sides of Main street, from the Santa Fe tracks to the crest of Cerrito hill, have been planted to red geraniums. The borders are to be kept cultivated and will form part of a general scheme of beautitication. While the work was under way the club members served a luncheon to the energetic, townspeople who made an enjoyable task of the event. San Mateo Society SAN MATBO, May 29,—-Mrs. James Cunningham sent a telegram from New York to friends here today announcing that she ana her three daughters, Misses Mary, Sara and Elizabeth, are leaving for California and will spend the summer at Santa Barbara. * # * Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foster Dutton returned last night from a week's motor trip to Napa county. They were the guests of the Walter Martins at Stag's Leap, near YouiftvlUe, over the week end. * * * Rev. and Mrs. William A. Brewer. accompanied by their sons, Wheaton and William, will join the summer colony at Santa Barbara Monday. * # * A large number at house parties have been arranged In Hillsborougti and Burlingame for this week end as a result of the golf tournament that is under way on the Burlingame links. * * * The S. E. Wellers of San Francisco have taken the Samuel Knight house In Hillsborough for the summer. * * * Miss Ruby Gardner, daughter of Dr. \. M. Gardner of Belraont, Is the truest jf friends In Berkeley thft week. VARSIIY GIRL A JUNE BRIDE BERKELEY, May 29.—Transbay society Is interested in the announcement of the coming marriage of Miss Mary Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Baker of Ventura, to John M. Arneill of Oxnard. News of the engagement has just been received here, and the wedding has been set for Tuesday, June 11. Both Miss Baker and Arneill were members of the 1911 class at the university, and their marriage will culminate a romance of campus life. Arneill is a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and took an active part in college athletics. His fiancee Is affiliated with the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. The wedding will be a pretty affair ana will be celebrated at 7.30 o'clock in the evening at the home of the bride's parents in Ventura. The attendants will be college friends of the couple. There will be a reception after the wedding at the Athene Country club of Ventura. Arneill has large farmlng .lnterests near Oxnard. where, after an extended honeymoon, the young couple will make their home. Bride Is a Member Of a Pioneer Family Rev. CN.Lathrop Ties Knot at "The Pines" In Qaremont OAKLAND. May 29.—Hiram W. Johnson Jr., eon of Governor Johnson, and Miss Amy Bowles were united in marriage thie evening at 9 o'clock, the ceremony taking place at the P. E. Bowleg home. "The Pines." in Claremont. More than 20» guests witnessed the wedding. The Bowles family is representative of the pioneers m California, the bride's grandfather, the late George W. McNear, being prominently identified with the iarly history of the state.< Among the close connections of the bride are George McNear Jr., Seward McNear and John McNear, who are uncles, a»d Miss Elitabeth McNear, who is an aunt. The bride's father is well known in financial circles. Two years ago at a reception at the Fairmont the bride made her debut and since has been a papular guest at the affairs of the smart set on both sides of the bay. Her education was finished in a seminary in New York. She has had the advantages of travel both in the United States and abroad. Johnson i 3 a graduate of the University of California and a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. He is established in law offices across the bay. After their honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will live in San Francisco. The extensive grounds surrounding the Bowles mansion were transformed into fairyland tonight by the placing of hundreds of incandescent lights through the trees and shrubbery. The spacious rooms were made into bowers by the wealth of flowers, which carried out a color scheme of pink. The bridal party descended the broad stairway as the clock chimed the hour, taking their places upon the lower landing, where their coming was awaited by the bridegroom; his brother. Archibald Johnson, who served as best man. and Rev. Charles N. Lathrop of San Francieco, who read the marriage service. The bride was given into her husband's keeping by her father, P. E. Bowles. Her gown was a combination of white satin and rare lace with pearls used 1n the trimmings of the bodice. The skirt was ftnished in a long train. Orange blossoms held in place the lace veil. Orchids were used in the shower bouquet. «. Preceding the bride were two pretty flower girls, Miss Sally Havens and Miss Mignon Wilson. Miss Gladys Wilson was maid of honor and the trio of bridesmaids were Miss Harriet Stone, Miss Anna Peters and Miss Ernestine McNear, a cousin. Miss Wilson's gown was of a paler shade of pini. than the other attendants, but similarly made. Pink crepe was used in the foundations of the robes, the paniers being of chiffon. Short pink tulle veils falling over the left shoulder were worn, a broad band holding them in place. Each of the quartet carried an armful of pink roses. Miss Marian Miller, who was to have been numbered with the bridal party, did not arrive from the east in time to take her place, although she was among the evening's guests. The uehere were George Bowles. Harry Coegrave, Laurence Lyman and William Dibble. After the ceremony an elaborate supper was served before Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left on their honeymoon. They 1 will spend the summer abroad. Four Personalities Joined in Marriage IF ONLY marriages could be contracted between two parties instead of four, how much more chance there would be for happy What do I mean? Let me answer your question yankeewise by asking if you have ever read what Oliver Wendell Holmes says about the confusion and misapprehension which are likely to occur among the six, when any two people are talking together. The "breakfast table" was as startled at his statement as you were at mine, and he hastened <o prov-c his sanity by explaining that these six personalities were: 1. The real John; known only to 3. Thomas' ideal John; never the real John, nor John's John, but often very unlike either. 1. The real Thomas. Three Thomases: 2. Thomas' ideal Thomas. 3. John's ideal Thomas. Now I think that the four personalities which join in every marriage contract are: (1) The real woman; (2) the woman the man expects to marry; (3) the real man; (4) the man the woman expects to marry. For instance, two young people who have been living for some months in the glamorous Maytime of engaged life, finally take their marriage vow?. By her hopes anil dreams, and by the glamor of engaged life, she has been led to think she is marrying — A being whose greatest delight, will always be to listen to her woes aivi tribulations and comfort her. A man who will never tire of telling her how much sweeter and more desirable she is than any other woman in the world. A man who will always consider her caresses and her approval the greatest happiness on earth, and her society the most blissful excitement. A proxy money maker who will remove all necessity for her ever worrying any more about things financial. , , •, , ( The man on the other hand has no doubt that the dutmil creature he is swearing to cherish is— _ - - I A woman who will always admire him above all other men, no matter how commonplace he may really be; who will see him tall, though he i-j short; handsome, though he is ugly; clever, though he is the most stupid of mankind. A listener who will be always eager to hear him talk about himself A housewife whose highest earthly ambition will be to have his food prepared just the way he likes it and keep him in every way comfortable. A manager who will make his income cover the needs of two a little more easily than it compassed the needs of one. And when you consider that after all, he is marrying an average woman md she an ordinary man, is it not strange that these four personalities do not come to grief more often? Is it not truly remarkable that we do not have more divorces instead of leys , Ruth Cameron I RTTTH CAHEKOH > 7 |9nVMHirHX LKADINC I Mason ™»eB MATINEE SATURDAY. Last Time Saturday Night. Ttie Gay Viennese Opera. THE SPRING MAID with MIZ?I HAJOS Beg. Monday—Matinees Wed. and Sat. HENRIETTA CROSMAN In the Comedy You'Te Read About, "THE REAL* THUVd" Summer Scale of Prices in Vogue Next Monday. Seats Ready—Bargain Mat. Wed.. 25c to SI. II r>!7in O'FIBBi Ml rUWEU A I A/ Ak Phone Kearny 2 A~\Lj\*Jr\£ar\M\ Home phone C 4453 I'.ELASCO & MAYER, Owners end Managers. POSITIVELY ITS LAST WEEK MAT. TODAY—LABT FOTTB NIGHTS, RICHARD BENNETT MABEL MOHRLSON snd the Alcazar Co. In ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE PRICES—Night, 25c to $1; Mat, 25c to 50c. MAT. THURSDAY, SATURDAY. SUNDAY. NEXT MONDAY, "THE MELTING POT" gafest BDd Most Magnificent Theater In America. MATINEE TODAY AND EVERY DAY THE STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE! Crw.lL LEA* and FLORENCE HOLBROOK. "Jast Aβ They Are"; MLLE. GAMILLE OBER, the Pbeaomenal Parisian Vocalist; THE SAY- T*"»N TRIO, In 'The Land of th* Crocodile ,, ; REBA and INEZ KAUFMAN in Clew Cgpers; SIX KIBKRMITH SISTERS: PAUL.HAM TEAM; New Daylight Motion Pictures. Last Week MISS RAY COX in Original Characterizations, and THEODORE ROBERTS and Company la "Th* Sheriff of Shasta." Bγ*. Prices, 10c. 25c, 50e, Ac; Box Seats, St. 3J«r. prices {Except Sundays and Holidays'). 10c. flic. Me. Phones Doujrlas 70. Ham* CISTO. LURLINE BUSH A.YD LAHKI\ STREETS OCEAN WATER BATHS Swimming and Tub Oaths Sslt WBter direct from the oceaa. Open erery day and eTening. including Bnndays and bolidars, fr<nn 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. Spectators' gallery free. April 1 to October, inclusive, baths open 6 a. m. Natatorium reserved Tuesday and ftiday D3«rnings from 9 o'clock to no<>a for woman ocly. "Filtered Ocean \%"ater Plunere" COMTORTABLY HEATED Constantly Circulatinir. Hot Air Hair Dryers. Electric Curling Irons and Shampoo Room for Women Bathers free. BRANCH TUB BATHB. 2161 GEARY ST., NEAB DEVISADEBO. AMUSEMENTS THE NEW CRAZE Barefoot Texas Tommy Dancers And Elßht S. A C. Feature Acts lOc 2Oc 3Oc ♦ ± Theater ■ ■ llf I EIXIS4 MARKET It M ?non«s— Sutt*r S*W Hom# Clos ° I,A«T THREE NIGHTS Matinee Saturday—Last Time Saturday Night. Margaret ANGUN Iβ the New *n<l Brilliant Comtdy GREEN STOCKINGS Next Sunday Nfgbt—Seat* NOW Margaret ILLINGTON In Charles Kecyon's Pla.r "iCINDLIINCi" Prices—4oc to *2. SPECIAL SI Wed. Mat. H. JHTEHLMAN, Mgr. MAT. DAILY AT 2:30. NIGHTS AT 8:30 PHOTOPLAYS OF BERNHARDT With Her Company In "CAMILLE" and REJANE Franre's Most Fimoui Comedienne, Iβ "MME. SANS GENE" A Complete Two Hoar Presentation Reserved Seats, 60c and 29c >?arketstreet|opfSB7te mason , ™ CINDERELLA The Hl* Muafcal ExtraTaaraasa lIAHIC THE PERFECT NAUJL WOMAN And An ALL FEATURE] BILL MLLE. \AI)JE will lecture on Health and Beauty, for Ladies Only, after FRIDAY'S MATINEE. Mats. Pally at 2:30. Nights 7:16 and 0:15. ! SUN. AND Matinees at 1:30 and 3:30 HOLIDAYS Nights Cootlanous from 0:30 ! I'rices—loc. 20c and 30c. NEWMAN &LE VINSON Stockton and (TFarrell NEWMAN & LEVINSON REORGANIZATION SALE DISCOUNTS 10% TO 50% Throughout the Entire Store Final Millinery Clearance Our entire stock of Trimmed Hats will be Offered tomorrow at the following great reductions: REGULAR PRICE. ' SALE PRICE. $85.00 TRIMMED HATS Now f42.50 60.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 30.00 55.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 27.50 45.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 22.50 35.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 1T.50 30.00 TRIMMED HATS... Now 15.00 ** 28.50 TRIMMED HATS Now 14.25 20.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 11.85 15.00 TRIMMED HATS Now ».85 10.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 6.85, 7.50 TRTMMED HATS Now 3.85 5.00 TRIMMED HATS Now 2.85 The best millinery values obtainable anywhere are at this store. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH CLASS TAILORED AND SILK SUITS AT $35.Q0—Irrespective of Former Price Every high class tailored and silk suit in the amg • >v t>tore in the season's most desirable models. J W 1 Ifl ■ Plain and trimmed effects. Choice fabrics. «Tl* ■•! 111 i AH colors and sizes. At the one price I|/W# W STOCKTON and O'FARRBLL STREETS IH— at* , If I P p \Y/HY are "Niagara Maid" Silk Gloves H W favorites from Coast to Coast ? A / I[S \ Because they give entire satisfaction through ' » V their color-correctness, their extraordinary '" VJ >/ ID wearing qualities and their styKsh appearance. A. . M /v Because only the purest silk is used in their vV \\ =31 manufacture. ,\\ \V if THATS WHY \l\u J M LOOK FOR THE NAME IN THE HEM ' p NIAGARA SILK MILLS WT NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. \ f t New York San Fnndteo Chie4eo / j w^BiiiilHiiiPiPl^^^ milfoil & ws?) HOTELSUTTER SUTTEE and KEAEXT STS. An up-to-date, modern hotel of 930 ronmi, taklnv the place of the old Occidental Hotel aad JLlok House. Buropean Plan, 91.80 per day aad up Merchants , Loach 50c. Dinner fl Take Any Taxlcab from the Ferry at the Expense of the Hotel. Under the same management. PALACE HOTEL Entirely rebuilt since the flre. FAIRMONT HOTEL The flnest residence hotel in the world. 0t«--looktng the San Francisco bay and Golden Gate. The two great hotels that have made San Fran- Cisco famous among travelers the worM over. PALACE HOTEL COMPANY. BALDWIN HOTEL GRANT AVENUE ABOVE SUTTEH STREET. First class hotel, located in heart of shopping and theater district. Absolutely fireproof, class A building. All outside rooms, each with private bath. Room with bath, for one $1. for two $1.50 to $2.50 per day. Special rate for permanent guests. % Take Market street car at Terry or Kearny street car at Third and Townsend streets and transfer to Sntter. HOTEL COURT JTUST OPENED An exclusive family hotel in the downtown shopping and theater districts. Rates oa application. JAMBS W. FLANNERY, Manager. Bush St., aear Stockton. Sutter 2?<50. Hotel Harcourt LARKIX AND SUTTER European and American plans. Elegantly furnished, modern bouse. First claw table. HOTEL STANFORD Headquarters for former patrons of the Lick, Grand and Rues hotels. 150 rooms with bath. Bates |1 day and as. 250 Ktacmj St. bctwtea Butter asd Bub. J x" • ■ HOTEL COLONIAL Stockton Street. Abort Sutter Saa Franetico American Plan, §3.00 Day European Plea, $1.50 Day ▲ Hotel with Brery Modem Oonrenlenc*. Erery Room Connecting with Bath. IM\TEI ESS a 1 s» *• • • I J " *" Civic Center I HOTEL TUBPIN Newest and Moat Popular Commercial Hotel. 17 Powell St. at Market. Blx •torlea of solid comfort: 19 first class eating bouse* within one block. Bates: 11, $1.60 to 94 per day; 225 rooms; not a dark room in the house. W. L. * A. W. TCRPIN. Prop*, snd Mgra. Reinforced Concrete Building. ~~HOTEL ARGONAUT Society of California Pioneers' Bid*., Fourth st. aesx Market. California's Most Popular Hotel. 400 rooms, 200 baths. European plan, |1 per day and up. Dining room seating 500. Table d'Hote or a la Carte dinner with wine, 75c. SPECIAL LUNCHEON EVERY DAY FROM 11:90 A. M. to 2P. M.. 40c. EDWARD ROLKIN. Manager. GEO. A DIXO.V, Assistant Manager. POM HOTEL 1012 Fillmore, bet. McAllister and Golden Gate— Elegantly furn. sunny rms.. with tioroughly yentilated sunny bath and shower rrui. attached and detached: all mod. cooren. ; ideal for tourists and country transient: accenetble all oars: rates reas. HOTEL STEWART Geary Street Above Union Square European Plan, $1.50 a day and tip American Plan. $3.00 a day and ap MOTEL iVI A IN X Powell Street at O'Farrell BEST LOCATED AND MOST POPULAR HOTEL IN THE CITYr "MEET ME AT THE MANX." • Management CHESTEK W. kp l t,t.«t, , ; ,

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