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The Bixler musicale.
The De Kontski concert.
Students' German literary.
Travesty on Romeo and Juliet.
Dramatic Club entertainment.
Mrs. F. Savant-Jerome's dinner.
Reception by Mr. and Mrs. C. Dunne.
Mayday fete at the Oakland Trotting Park.
Mrs. Auzerais' private theatricals next Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhodes' tin-wedding re
Weddings last week:
The following engagements have been an
Samuel Knight to Mis* Mary Holbrook.
Edward Schmiedell to Miss Alice McCutcheon. \
Professor Charles A. t^ifert to Mrs. Dora
«j ■ -j »EDDIXG? have monopolized the at
/jj I tention of society during the week.
'l^Jj£J\ > There has been very little else going
on, in fact, worthy of recording on
this side of the bay. Oakland has had, how
ever, unusually few nuptials in this year's post
-I'enten season, and so society over there has
.devoted most of its attention to the travesty on
'■Rf.meo and Juliet" and the coining Mayday
The bicycle craze is not dying out at all, and
the riders are seen out in full force at the park
in the mornings.
Talbot Clittor's coach did not receive the
rt expected, and no lonerer makes the
runs to Buriingaine from the Palace Hotel.
WHAT IS GOING- ON.
» v » AST Saturday afternoon the young
I. t lady ex-members of the Crocker Aux-
B i. A '''<"•;• and a few others were enter
tained at the residence of Mr.*. L. Eugeue Lee,
2524 Gough street.
t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holbrook gave a dinner
on Friday evening, at which the engagement
was announced of their daughter, Miss Mary
Holbrook, to Samuel Knight. The dinner was
a very pleasant affair. The decorations were
in pink. Besides me host and lioness, Miss
Holbrook find Mr. Knight, there were present:
Mr. and Mr.-. Wakefield Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Lent, Miss Isabella McKenna, Ed
ward M. Greenway, Miss Hooker, Edward H.
i. Mi— XV.a Goodall of Oakland, Claude
Hamilton, Miss Jennie Blair, Southard
I , Misa Nellie Hillyer, Harry Wilson,
Mi-* Jessie Coleman, Augustus Taylor, Miss
Hobart, Frank L. Owen, Joseph l>. Grant,
Misa Ella Hobart, Charles N. Felton Jr., Miss
Carrie Taylor, Harry N. Stetson and Miss May
The Entre Nous Club pave their final dance
of the sca~on in Maple Hall of the Palace Hotel
on Friday evening, and it was a very successful
and well-conducted affair. There was a large
attendance, an elaborate display of elegant
gowns and beautiful decorations. The earlier
part of the evening was taken up in general
dancing, and the cotillion was begun at 10
novel and pretty figures were danced, j
Sanford O. Lewald led the cotillon, with Mini
Emma (Jmbsen for a partner. The figures were
as follows: "^irand chain and arbor," "Entre '
Nous.' and "Double columns of three."
The first or leading set was danced by the j
following ladies and rontlemen: T.Patterson ;
■ ... Grace E. Berte, George A. Rice
and Miss Camilla Redmond, George F. Kincaid
and Mis. 1 - Clara Bylngton, I>r. E. R. Bryant and
Miss I.ida H. I'latt, Wallace Alexander and I
.'• --;.■.■•". ■■!:-•<•,, Qenry P. Urabsen and Miss
Kate L. Byington, Oaston Roasaey and Miss
Aim«c Woodworth, Clancy Musio and Miss Kva I
Worth, Louis W. Lovey and Miss Alice M. But- !
ler, Dr. I". J. Frazer and Miss Leah S. Young, '■
J. A, Wadswortb and Miss Mac Hoesch, Saniora !
G. L.ewald and Miss Emma (Jmbsen.
At theconclufion of the cotillion supper was j
served in the banquet hall, after which came
a short order of dances, which concluded the !
season's festivities on the part of the club.
Oakland society is always ready to give royal
support to her popular charities, the Ladies'
Relief Society and the Fabiola Hospital. On
May day the latter institution will receive the
proceeds from the fete at the Oakland Trotting
Park, and arrangements have been made for a
>most interesting spectacle. It will combine a
flower show and a display of the fine hroses of
J Oakland, with horseraces and bicycle races.
/ Tire committee in charge of the races and
a horse show consists of: E. M. Fitzgerald. P. K.
Bowles, V. G. Hush, S. B. McKee. A. A. Moore,
(.'. D. Bates Jr.*. J. W. Finis?an, Orestes Pierce,
Dr. Latham, De Witt Van Court, P. H. Reinil
lard, Walker Hackett, Atheara Folger, Harry
Gordon, F. S. Stratton, H. Meek, W. If. Rank',
Charles Neal, W. V. Whiteher, Edson Adamh,
H. Q. Alexander, T. L. Barker, S. P. Channell.
Frank Pierce, Charles Mclvor, J. W. Laymancc,
A. S. Mac Donald, E. G. Vinzent and Gu's Harri-
' The refreshment and decoration committee
has been named as follows: Mrs. John Yule,
Mrs. PedarSather, Mrs. Remi Chabot, Mrs. It.
W. Gorrill, Mrs. A. A. Barton, Mrs. £. B. Je
rome, Mrs. Q. A. Chase, Mrs. Wallace Ever.«on,
Mrs. \V. A. Standeford, Mrs. W. R. Davis, Miss
May Burnham and the board of managers of
the hospital. The sub-committees are as fol
Refreshments — Mrs. Wallace Ererson, Mrs.
Robert McChesney, Mrs. Arthur Brown, Mrs.
Q. A. Chase, Mrs. E. B. Jerome, Mrs. Remi
Chabdt, Mrs. R. W. Gorrill.
. Candy— Miss May Burnham, Mrs. T. G. Har
rison, Mrs. W. Gruenhagen.
A very successful concert was given at Mrs.
David Bixler's last Thursday evening for the
benefit 01 the Seamen's Institute. The pro
gramme included songs by the Loring Club
quartet, the Treble Clef quartet and Willis
Bachelder. Miss Bessie Lv Wall gave some
selections on the piano, and Miss Alice Ames
and Sigmund Beei on the violin.
Chevalier de Kontski will give a farewell con
cert to-morrow before his departure for Berlin.
J^ H will be given at the spacious residence of
Mrs. Frank M. Pixley, who has kindly offered
her house for it. The Chevalier will be assisted
by Mrs. Dr. Spitzy, and a military band will
discourse sweet music in the grounds.
Owing to a serious illness in the family of
Mrs. Mills the musicale for which she and Miss
Withrow had issued invitations took place at
the residence of Mrs. H. v. Huntingtou, at
2840 Jackson street, last evening.
The young men of the French church, Notre
D*»«ne dcs Victoires, forming the Sodality of St.
Aloysius, will give an
ment to-morrow even
ing at Union-square
Hail for the benefit of
the organ fund of the
church. The pro
gramme gives promises
of a pleasant evening.
The event of the •week
was the travesty on
"Romeo and Juliet" at
the Macdonough Thea-
Bn Oakland, present
,y well known club
society men for the
benefit of the Ladies'
Belief Society. The the
ater was crowded on
the two evenings with
The performance was a
great success and had
little of the appearance
of the wont of amateurs.
It will be presented by
the same people this
week at the Baldwin
Theater in this city
for the benefit of the Little Jim Fund. The
cast of characters was as follows: Capulet,
Harry Melvin; Romeo, Burbank Somers; Mei
cutio, Harry Thomas; Tybalt, Dr. H. P. Carl
ton: Friar, H. B. Hopkins; Juliet, S. J. Taylor;
Apothecary, Charles Dickman; Nurse, p.
Yanke Campbell; Peter, Paul Miller. In the
chorus were: A. A. Downing, H. M. Baker, T.
Vail Bakewell, E. Dowdle, Benjamin Bakewell,
R. Chestnut, William H'ubbard, C. W. Crist,
Charles Hubbard, D. J. Cornell, W. P. Melvin,
Allen Babcock, Douglass Waterman, H. D.
Gaskill, O. Dickman, P. S. Carlton, W. D. Lit
tleton. M. W. Jellett, E. A. Brodie. Peter
Hatching, Charles B. Wells, B. P. Miller,
Richard Mould and Charles Lewin.
Mrs. Louis M. Auzerais has issued invitations
for private theatricals to be given next Tues
j day evening at Maple Hall, Palace Hotel.
"Love on Crutches" will be produced, with
the following ladies and gentlemen in the cast:
Mrs. Auzerais, Mrs. F. de Ojeda, Miss Marie
Durand, Miss Lulu Bishop, Miss Edith Bishop,
A. B. Wilberforce. H. Blinn, Dr. George H. Red
ding and Walter Hall.
t^iHE announcement was made at the
Coleman-Simpkins wedding reception
\. of the engagement of Edward Schmie"
dell, son of the late H. Schmiedell, the stock'
broker, and Miss Alice McCntchen. daughter of
E. J. McCutchen, the attorney-at-law, who re
sides in Ross Valley. Both the young people
are prominent in society and are very Dopular.
At the dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles
Holbrook last Friday evening the engagemen t
was announced of their daughter, Miss Mary
Holbrook, to Samuel Knight. Assistant United
States District Attorney. The young lady has
been prominent in society gatherings and is
deservedly popular among the members of her
set. Mr. Knight, who is a nephew of the late
ex-Governor Haight, is a graduate of Yale and
one of the most popular members of the
The engagement is announced of Mrs. Dora
Werner of East Oakland and Professor Charles
A. Seifert of the University of California. Mrs .
Werner is a sister of A. J. Dotger of New
York City, and is at present visiting friends
and relatives in the East. Before returning to
the Pacific Coast the will go to Maine, North
Carolina, Florida, Washington, D. C, Chicago
and Denver and will arrive in Oakland the
latter part of May. The wedding will take
j place in June.
The wedding of Lieutenant G. W. Kirkman
and Miss Grace Goodyear is to take place
: at noon at St. Paul's Church in Benicia.
The weddiiig of Bryani Hill Barber and
lOss Beulah Plumnfer is set for next Wednes
day at noon at the Westminister Presbyterian
Church. The marriage of this couple will be
the last official act of Rev. J. Q. Adams before
he leaves for the East.
BEFOEE THE ALTAB.
• TV OBERT Louis Coleman and Mies Alice
H^cr Simpkins were married last Wednes
t*■ \> day at noon at Trinity Episcopal
Church in the presence of most of the leading
society people of the City. The groom is a
son of the late William T. Coleman. The bride
is a daughter of the late Charles Simpkins, a
large property-owner in the southern section
of the State, and resides with her mother at
The church presented an attractive appear
ance. The chancel was filled with palms and
ferns, dotted with Bermuda lilies and La
France roses. Two immense bouquets of roses
were placed on the altar at each side of the
golden cross. The Mendelssohn wedding
inarch was played on the appearance of the
procession, which was led by the ushers, A.
H. Wilcox. Walter G. Landers, Harry N. Stet-
Bon, W. H. Taylor Jr.. Augustus Taylor, E. G.
Schmiedell. Frank McNear, William Page and
Mr. Heffelfinger; the four bridesmaids, Miss
Mary Eyre, Miss Alice Hobart, Miss Anita Dlb
blt!<"*and Mi= c Carrie Taylor, followed, and last
of all came the bride, leaning on the arm of
her brother, Harry Simpkins. At the altar they
were met by ihe groom and his best man, C. C.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
George Edward Walk, rector of the church, as
sisted by the Rev. E. Spalding, the Rev. C. S.
Faekenthall of Pacific Grove and the Rev. Mr.
Sinclair. During the performance of the cere
mony the orchestra and organ played "Elsa's
Dream" from "Lohengrin." When the sacred
rites were finished the vocal quartet, consist
ing of Mrs. Brune, Mrs. Batchelder, Mrs. Bir
mingham and Miss Tarrant, rendered the
bridal chorus, "Faithful and True," from
"Lohengrin," accompanied by the orchestra.
Only relatives and intimate friends of the
family were bidden to the wedding breakfast,
which was giv^n at the residence of the bride's
mother, and at its conclusion the young couple
took their departure for the southern portion
of the State, where they will spend their
On Tuesday last was the wedding of William
Ferrel Timlow and Miss Evelyn Carolan, which
wa6 attended by most of the people prominent
in society. The groom 13 a young business
man of Philadelphia, who has become well
known in club and society circles here through
his frequent visits to this coast. The bride is
the eldest daughter of James Carolan and a
sister of Frank Carolan, who married Miss Pull
man a few years ago. Miss Carolan is an ac
complished and popular young lady. The
decorations of St. Luke's Church, where the
ceremony was performed, were confined to the
chancel, which was filled with plants and
As the organist played the wedding march
from "Lohengrin" thebridal party entered, led
by the ushers— Samuel H. Boardman, Claude
Terry Hamilton, T. Oscar Seawell and Thomas
Darling of Wilkesbarre, Pa. Then came the
bridesmaids— Miss Emily Carolan and Miss
Genevieve Carolan, and lastly the bride, lean
ing on the arm of her father. The groom, at
tended by his best man, Sharswood Brinton of
Philadelphia, met the party at the chancel.
The rites of the Episcopal church were read by
the Right Rev. Bishop William Ford Nichols,
assisted by the rector of the church, Rev.W. W.
The breakfast which followed at the house of
the bride's parents, 1711 California street, was
only participated in by a limited number of
the intimate friends and relatives of the con
The gifts to the bride were unusually numer
ous and elegant. After the breakfast an hour
was spent in the parlors, and then Mr. and
Mrs. Timlow left on the afternoon train on
their wedding tour, which will include a trip
The wedding of James Russell of the Bank of
British North America and Miss Bertha Welch,
daughter of Mrs. Andrew Welch, took place
last Wednesday at noon, at the residence of
the bride's mother, 1090 Eddy street. Few
but members of the two families were invited.
In the main saloon to the left of the entrance
the guests had gathered by noontide to wit
ness the ceremony. An altar, garnished with
snowballs and Bermuda lilies, had been
erected in the large bay-window. The wall!'
of this apartment were hidden from sight by
masses of Berkshire roses, in striking contrast
to which were the bunches of thistles which
were festooned over the mirror as a delicate
compliment to the nationality of the groom.
Daylight was excluded and all the rooms
were brightly illuminated. Rev. Father Varsi
took his position at the altar and performed
the ceremony. There were no bridesmaids. A
little nephew of the bride acted as page. After
the wedding breakfast the happy couple left
on a two weeks' bridal tour to the southern
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1895.
section of the State. Their city residence will
be erected on the lot adjoining Mrs. Welch's,
and pending its completion the young people
will reside with Mrs. Welch.
John Lee Jr., son of the president of the Pa
cific Canning Company and owner of the hotel
property at San Mateo, and Miss May Golder,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Golder of 1121
Bush street, were married last Wednesday
evening. The Rev. Dr. Fuendeling officiated.
The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Di
Golder, and George Neuman attended the
groom as best man. After the ceremony sup-
Eer was partaken of, and to-day Mr. and Mrs.
cc will leave on their wedding tour to Cor
onado Beach and Santa Catalina Island. They
will then make a three months' trip to Europe,
and on their return will occupy their new
home at 614 Steiner street.
An interesting wedding in the Mission was
that of Benjamin C. Dalton and Miss Nina F.
Lyon at Trinity Presbyterian Church last
Thursday evening. The church, which was
crowded with the friends of the young couple,
was beautifully decorated for the occassion.
To the notes of the Lohengrin wedding march
the bridal party entered, led by the ushers,
Frank C. Dalton, W. Robert Williams, William
H. Carr and H. A. Nauman, followed by the
bridesmaids, Miss May Dalton, Miss Ella bmall,
Miss Mabel Hazeltine and Miss Ida Insell. The
maid of honor, Miss Ethel Dalton, preceded the
bride. W. H. Dall assisted the groom as best
man. The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. J. Cumming SmitL, the pastor.
At the conclusion of the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the Dalton residence, corner
of Twenty-sixth and Fair Oaks streets. The
groom is a son of Frank Dalton of the commis
sion-house of Dalton Bros., and the bride is the
daughter of George F. Lyon, who resides at 506
At the Mission Dolores Churcn last Wednes
day evening William F. Pitts of Fresno and
Miss Winnio Hodnett of this city were united
in the bonds of matrimony, the Rev. Richard
P. Brennan officiating. Miss May Hoanett was
the bridesmaid and Jack C. Hademark the best
man. The edifice presented an attractive ap
pearance and was crowded with numerous
friends of the bride and groom.
Following the ceremony a reception was
given at the residence of the bride's parents,
309 Seventeenth street, where elaborate pre
parations had been made for the entertainment
of the guests. The presents, many of which
were beautiful and appropriate, were exhibited.
The newly wedded couple left for Fresno early
the following morning.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam I". Pitts. Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Hod
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Mclnerney, Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Storm,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Holmes, Mrs. J. G. Storm, Mrs.
M. Bovdston, Mrs. W. F. Wood, Mrs. J. Arney,
Mrs. Ay". Morey, Mrs. Hussy and son, Robert;
Misses May, Kittle, Annie and Nellie Hodnett,
Misa Pottie Schwartz, Miss May O'Brien, Miss
Katie Wood, Miss Blanche Wood, Miss Gertrude
1 Kiley, Miss May Hesthal, Miss Mamie Rock,
I .Miss Tessie Rock, Miss Tillie Reed, Miss Julia
A. Smith, Miss Susie McCloskey, Miss Etta
Corbett, Miss Lizzie Corbett, R. E. Geistlich, J.
C. Hademark, Herbert A. Yoell, Jack Shea,
Henry Reed, John Fitzgerald, George Bram
hall, Ed McCloskey. James and William Hod
A very pretty wedding took place Wednes
day evening, April 17, at the church of Notre
Dame dcs Victoires in the presence of a very
large gathering. The contracting parties were
Adele Paturel, daughter of the late Mrs. C.
Paturel and Claudius Paturel, at one time a
well-known druggist of this city. The groom
is the son of the late Dr. Lewis Soher.
As the organ pealed forth Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March," which announced the ar
rival of the bridal party, the bride entered
escorted by her brother, Gustave Paturel, who
gave her away. Then came the groom, followed
by his grandmother, Mrs. M. Billegoya, Miss
Eva Osuna, the bridesmaid, ana Harry Osuna,
the groomsman, Mrs. G. Paturel, Al "Paturel,
Ed Paturel, M,s. J. Salcido. A. Inerson, Joe and
Gussie Soher. The young couple were united
by Father Audifred.
Immediately after the ceremony, a reception
was held at "the future home of the young
couple, 1228}$ Bush street, where they received
the congratulations of their frienas. The happy
pair then left for their wedding tour in the
southern part of the State.
The marriage of Miss Sadie Beck of Portland,
Or., and S. J. Strauss of Santa Cruz took place
at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. Davis, 1808
Pacific avenue, last Wednesday evening. The
house was beautifully decorated.
As the wedding party entered the "Bridal
March," by Mendelssohn, was rendered. The
procession was led by Master Alvin Davis, fol
lowed by the maid of honor. Miss Mattie Davis,
and the best man, Max Strauss.
The happy couple were married by Rev. Dr.
Voorsanger. After the ceremony the eruests
retired to the dining-hall, where a repast was
served and dancing was inaugurated and kept
up until a late hour.
The wedding trip will be to Southern Califor
nia, and on their return they will reside at
C. F. Michaels and Miss Lillian Green were
married at Christ Church, Alameda, Wednes
day evening. The bride is the only daughter
of A. F. Green of 1520 Grand street. Michaels
is the son of Henry Michaels of the drug firm
of Langley, Michaels & Co. The marriage ser
vice was conducted by the Rev. A. T. Perkins.
Miss Alice Miehaels'was the maid of honor
and the bridesmaids were Miss Herbert, Miss
Watt, Miss Buneman, Miss Crane and Miss Has
lett. The best man was Bartlett Collier and the
ushers here Seabury Mastick, Herbert Page,
James Tyson, Fred Youngberg and Mr. Lands
berger. After a tour of Southern California the
young couple will reside at the Michaels home
on Central avenue.
Quite a society event at Pacific Grove was the
wedding of E. Cook Smith, the banker of that
place, and Miss Carrie E. Michaels of New York.
The bride came to the coast last fall In search
of health and has been visiting her nncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rosendale, at the
Grove. She is highly accomplished, having a
beautiful soprano voice, and has sung in New
York City at many fashionable musicales and
The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. M.
Hoge of St. Mary's-by-the-Sea. Charles Rosen
dale assisted the groom and Miss Ana Barry, a
cousin of the bride, was maid of honor.
After the wedding breakfast was served the
couple took the afternoon train on their wed
The wedding of Miss Alice Hyde, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hyde of 2012 Pacific avenue,
to Captain I. M. Hibbard of Port Costa, took
place last Wednesday afternoon at the resi
dence of the bride's parents. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Dr. Minturn, and Miss
Florence Hyae was the maid of honor. John
Rossiter officiated as best man. Only relatives
and a few intimate friends were present at the
ceremony, but at the reception which followed
the parlors were crowded. Captain and Mrs.
Hibbard will reside at Port Costa on their re
turn from the wedding tour.
Isaac L. Rosenthal and Miss Amelia Rosen
thai, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Rosenthal, were united in marriage Thursday
afternoon at the home of the bride's parents
by Dr. Voorsanger. There were no guests
present except the relatives of the two fami
lies. Miss Dora Rosenthal, a sister of the
bride, acted as maid of honor, and Moses Sand
heimer, the bride's uncle, was the groom's best
man. After a trip to the southern counties of
the State the young couple will return to this
city and take up their residence at 2321
Miss Lena E. Goodenough, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. S. Goodenough, and Leslie H. Lord,
the insurance adjuster, were married at the
First Universalist Church in Oakland last
Wednesday. Miss De Esta Price was the maid
of honor and Miss Grace Carroll and Miss Gertie
Hatch officiated as ushers. The best man was
Harry Benner. The ceremony was performed
by the bride's father. The couple have left for
a bridal tour to Salt Lake and Denver.
The wedding of Walter Smith of Wells, Fargo
& Co. and Miss Desimone. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Desimone, took place last Wednesday
at the home of the bride's parents, on Third
street, San Jose. Miss Elsie Desimone was the
page and Miss Maud Wolf acted of maid of
honor, while William Foley of Santa Clara was
Last Wednesday afternoon, at the home of
the bride's parents, Miss Minnie Bissert and
Harry Nordman were united in marriage. The
wedding was a quiet family affair, and the
young couple, after the luncheon which was
served at the house, left for a five weeks'holi
day tour. The groom is well known in busi
ness circles in this city.
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church was the scene
last Wednesday evening of the wedding of
William H. Matthews and Miss idaE. Kerr, and
the friends of the young couple were .present in
large number to witness the ceremony. Rev.
Edgar Lion officiated, after which a reception
was held at the nome of .the bride's parents.
After a tour of the southern part of the State
the young couple will occupy their home, on
the corner of Twelfth avenue and Clement
The wedding of Gregory A. Casey and Miss
Annie Beach, both of this city, took place at
the residence of the bride's parents, in Melrose,
Alameda County, last Thursday, The marriage
ceremony was performed by Rev. A. K. Craw
ford of Oakland.
On Wednesday last the wedding took place
of Sander Lang and Miss Fannie Kornfeld. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. 11. N. Schoen
The wedding of Daniel J. McQuaid and Miss
Isabel McAdam took place last Wednesday
morning at 11 o'clock at 815 Howard street.
VERY successful was the entertainment
given by the members of the Students'
German Literary and Dramatic Club
of the University of California last Monday
evening at Union-square Hall. The perform
ance opened with the play of "Em Kriminal
Verbrecher," which was produced with the
following cast: Hermann (Bezirksvorsteher),
A. H. Allen; Froelich, W. J. Drew; Mina, Miss
Mehlman: Lorenz, Mr. II us; Charlotte, Miss L.
Parker, Em Unbekannter, J. S. Drew.
After a short intermission the audience were
entertained with the farce entitled "Als Ver
lobte Empfehlen Sich," with the following
distribution of Characters: Frau von> Grum.
bach, Miss A. Krenz; Malwine, Miss E. Sander
son; Franz yon Grumbnch, W. F. Larsen, Ade.
laide Hofstengel, Miss C. Sanderson; Andreas
Langerhaus, E. E. Girzikowsky; Gretchen, Miss
The club is composed of the following mem
bers: Miss Cook, Miss Kuhls, Miss Knerr, Miss
Krenz, Miss Kalman, Miss Mehlman, Miss
Michaelitschke, Mrs. Dr. Miner, Miss Parker,
Miss £. Sanderson, Miss C. Sanderson, Miss
Wilson, Miss Williams, A. H. Allen, Mr. Baun,
J. S. Drew, W. J. Drew, Mr. Girzikowsky, Mr.
Hus, Mr. Larsen, Mr. Perry, Mr. Rheinhart, Mr.
Rosenthal and Mr. Wharff.
The Dunne Reception,
A reception was given last Wednesday even
ing by Mr. and Mrs. C. Dunne to several of
their friends at their residence, 143 Ridley
street. The affair was a very enjoyable one, and
the merrymaking and festivities were contin
ued until long after midnight. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. Dunne, Miss May
Cook, Miss Amanda Sylvester, Miss Lucille
Schmitz. Miss Nellie Dunne, Miss Maggie
Dunne, Miss Loretta Byrnes, Mis* Nettie Hynes,
Miss Grace Williams, Miss Cora Wanz, Miss
Rose o'Donnell, Miss Maggie o'Donnell, Miss
Sadie Brown, Miss Kate Mclnerney, Miss Gertie
Burns. Miss Kate Burns, Stephen J. Costello,
Dr. P. J. Farrell,WilliamG. Lee, Walter Burner-
George W. Richardson, Thomas F. Dunne-
Frank I. Kingwell, Dr. A. A. Gilmour, Al J.
Fritz, John J. Dunne, Ed J. Dunn. Dr. J. J.
Kingivell, Ed Lane, James Douglass.
Dinner and Musicale.
Mrs. F. Savant-Jerome gave a dinner at Del
monicos last Friday to her preceptor, Dr.
George 11. Martin, and his wife, Dr. Eleanor F.
Martin. Decorations were arranged by the
hostess, and were unique and dainty. The
favors were selected according to each guest's
peculiar fad or fancy and caused much merri
ment. The music was provided by two of the
guests, Professor H. Clay Wyshain and T. K.
Whittick. The dinner and all decorations
were in Roman style. Among the guests pres
eut were: Professor and Mrs. H. Clay Wysham,
Professor and Mrs. Whittick, Professor and Mrs.
A. Paul Tonelli, Dr. B. M. E. Vaguer, A. E.
Shattuck and Hugh H. Scott.
Tin Wedding Reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhodes were the recip
ients of a pleasant surprise at their residence,
1616 Lyon street, on the occasion of the tenth
anniversaiy of their wedding, Saturday even-
Ing, the 20th inst. A number of their many
friends, accompanied by an orchestra, repaired
to their house and soon had the parlors deco
rated with flowers and the kitchen given the
appearanoeof a tinware store with their gifts.
The evening was passed with dancing and
vocal and instrumental music, followed by a
supper, at which several appropriate toasts
were proposed and responded to.
Those who furnished the musical and
literary entertainment of the evening were:
The Misses Katie and Delia Flannigan, Thomas
Netterville, George MtHenry, Master J. Car
roll and Miss Mamie Koopman. Among
those present were the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rhodes, Misses Katie ana Delia Flana
gan. Lizzie McCormick, Katie Murphy, Mamie
and Sadie Gibbons, Lizzie Giblen, Annie Mor
risy, Katie Lawless, Maggie Gaffney, Mamie
McCann, Francis Hannan, Lizzie Welch,
Nellie Carroll, Lizzie Murphy, Mamie Koop
man, Hannah Dorgan, Katie Dorgan, Annie
Fay, Mary Fay, Maggie McNamara, Nellie Mc-
Carthy, Sarah Farrington, Celia Carey, Delia
Dunleavy, Misses Kearnes, Maggie Burn?, Miss
Cox, Mary Lunning, Bridget Holland, Messrs.
Felix Campbell, James Campbell, George M.
Kelly, Matthew J. Carroll, George McHenry,
Thomas Netterville, Thomas Kearny, Mr. Shaw,
James and Joseph Ix>ughery, John Tay, Fred
Palmer, T. Mury, William Cahill, P. Walters,
M. Kilkenny, Edwin Ericson, Robert Cox, P.
Campbell, J. Turner, Charles Irish, Thomas
Creeney, Mr. O'Kane, John Green, John Dur
ham, Mr. McCojrnick, John Fahey, Thomas
Carey, P. Kearney, James Trainor.
Holbrook Club Social.
On Friday evening, the 19th, the Holbrook
Social Club gave their initial party in the par
lors of the Johnson House, 605 O'Farrell street.
After a musical and literary programme the
guests repaired to the ballroom, where dancing
was inaugurated. Among those present were:
Mrs. L. C. Fraser, Miss L. Fraser, Miss M. Fraser,
Mme. Ellen Coursen Roeckel.Miss E. Roeckel,
the Misses Coleman, Miss Ida Clayton, Mrs. M.
E. Stanford, Miss C. Lawrence, Mrs. Buxton,
Mrs. Mark Strouae, Miss L. Strouse, Arthur
Schmidt, William Manning Jr., Professor
Joseph Roeckel, M. E. Stanford, E. Craner, M.
Thompson, C. Bernbard. The affair was under
the supervision of the following members of
the executive committee: Mme. L. Sorbier,
Mrs. Searby, A. Lundy, E. W. Stone and R.
Tuesday Night Club.
The Tuesday Night Club's party at Union
square Hall was quite a successful affair. The
grand march waa led by J. E. Shannon and
Miss Celia Ford. The floor committees were as
follows: Manager, J. E. Shannon; assistant,
Charles H. Beardsley; committee— Dr. R. L.
Sutherland, C. R. Walsh. A. 0. F. Wilkins,
George A. McGowan, P. If. Subotich, n. Hen
rickson, Dr. W. P. Agnew, Professor Martin,
George Newell. Joseph yon Arx and Thomas A.
Mooney; reception committee — E. C. Leglise,
R. Carlson, Dr. Carbiere, Harry A. Byrnes,
George Ready and J. J. Small.
A Birthday Party.
A birthday anniversary was given by Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Crandall on April 20, at their resi
dence, 822 Army street, to their daughter, Miss
Mina A. Crandall, assisted by Miss Ida B. Cush
ing of Alameda. A very enjoyable evening
was spent. Among those present were: Mrs.
It A. Crandall, Mrs. L. S. B. Sawyer, Miss
Clara Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buffing
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Mrs.
George Wellington, Miss Mattie Welling
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Monckton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hale. Mr. and Mra.
F. N. Machefert, Miss Hale, Miss Edith Cran
dall. Miss Marie Widney, Miss Edith How
land, Miss Bloomer, E. Hunter, Frank Widney,
George Wellington Jr., Herbert Long, Charles
Dixon, 8. P. Monckton, Meredith Sawyer, Tony
Prior, Leslie Freutress, George B. Crandall Jr.,
James F. Giblin, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mather,
Miss Esther Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. will
*^ P HE Fourth Friday Evening Reception
&G\ Club gave its regular monthly Darty at
Hinman's Academy, 1412 Polk street*
last Friday evening.
"ioung Ladles' Institute No. 1 will give an en
tertainment and ball on Tuesday evening next
at National Hall, 815 Ellis street.
The Brownies will srivo their third quarterly
hop next Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall.
The Eschseholtzias give their party next
Thursday evening at National Hall.
The Apollo Dancing Clnb will give a party
next Wednesday evening at Golden Gate Hall.
IN THE FUTURE.
ST. Andrew's Society will give a mu
sical and dramatic entertainment next
Friday evening at Scottish Hall.
General G. G. Meado Corps No. 01, Women's
Relief Corps, will give a May party on Satur
day evening, May 11, at Social LLall, Forester's
building, 102 O'Farrell street.
The Alpha Social Club will give an entertain
ment and social at Union-square Hall next
The San Francisco Hebrew Social Club will
give its first annual outing on Sunday, May 12,
on the schooner Rosie H., accompanied by the
steam tug Millie.
The members of the Aldine Club w-ill give an
informal party at the rooms. of the Arion
Verein, 414 Post street, next Tuesday.
The Han Francisco Letter-carriers' Mutual Aid
Association will hold its first annual picnic
and outing at Schuetzen Park, San Rafael,
HDGAR Mills and the Misses Mills will
spend the summer at their country
home at Menlo Park.
Miss Genevieve Carolan, who was
one of the bridesmaids at her sister's wedding
on Tuesday, arrived the previous week from
Farmingtou, Conn., where she is attending
Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Follis and family will
move to San Rafael about the Ist of next
month, having taken one of the Hotel Rafael
cottages for the summer.
Miss Balfour, who has been spending the past
few months with Mrs. Robert Forman, left on
Thursday for New York, en route to her home
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Elkins of Phila
delphia are visiting Mrs. Elkins 1 father, C. N.
Felton, and her aunt, Mrs. Loomis, at their
home in Menlo Park.
Mrs. Richardson Clover arrived in Paris late
in March from Washington, D. C, and regis
tered at the Hotel Continental.
Mr. and Mrs. Sig Stern have gone to New
York to remain the entire summer season.
Mrs. W. W. Polk and her daughter will spend
the summer at their ranch in Vaca Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Steinhart have arranged to ero
to Castle Crag on June the Ist to remain the
Miss Fannie Carroll, Miss Carroll and Miss
Hoffman are among those registered at Paso
Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs and Miss
Fair will leave here early in May for New York.
Mrs. Oelrichs and Miss Fair expect to spend the
summer months in travel abroad, leaving New
York on May 14.
Mrs. John Boggs will return from the East
during the latter part of June, and with her
daughter will go the Hotel Rafael for the sum-
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Kip and the Misses Kip
•will spend the summer season at the Hotel Ra
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bowers have taken rooms
at the Hotel Rafael for the summer season.
Mrs. Flood and Miss Jennie Flood will spend
a month at Paso Robles.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris have issued Invi
tations for their silver wedding, next Saturday.
Among the late arrivals at the Hotel Mateo
are the following: Mr. and Mrs. Shotwell, Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Terpening, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce and
family, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Kip, Mrs. H. A.
Williams, Mrs. H. B. de Merville, Mrs. Rail,
Mrs. Gillig, Mrs. A. L. Whitney; E. de Kay
Townsend, B. Townsenrt, W. Hough, C. W.
Slamm, U. B. N., C. Lanton, H. P. Perrill, T. C.
Dodge, George T. S. White, Henry L. Day,
Charles A. Day, Cesare Poina, G. Byrnes, L. A.
Pallet, A. S. Williams and W. B. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Boyd and Mr. and
Mrs. Basil Heathcote have gone to San Rafael
for the season.
Mrs. H. E. Huntiiißton and her daughter,
Miss Clara Huntington, will leave soon for the
East, where they will ppend the summer.
James Brett Stokes will leave early in May
for Colorado, where he goes for his health.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stone and Mrs. Ivae and
daughter are among those registered at Paso
The family of Major W. B. Hooper have taken
a cottage at' San Mateo, where they will spend
the summer season.
Mrs. Clara Catherwood expects her daughter,
Miss Jennie Catherwood, who has been spend
ing the -winter season in the East with her
sister, Mrs. la Montague, to reach here early in
May for the summer months.
IJrs. Floyd and family have returned to Sausa
lito for the summer and are at the Alta Mira
Mrs. M. de Forrest is spending the summer
at the El Monte Hotel, Sausalito.
Camillo Martin and faniilv are now occupying
Quorn Cliff, the former residence of Mr. Winsor,
Mrs. R. H. Sawyer of Hollvoaks returned last
week to Sausalito from her Eastern trip.
W. Cirkel and family will spend the summer
at the El Monte, Sausalito.
C. W. Edgecpmbe of the U. S. Navy pay
office will spend the season at the El Monte
Professor Samuel Adelstein will spend some
time in Spain before his return to San Fran
cisco in July.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Abbott have re
turned from their Eastern trip and are now
residing at 1632 Vallejo street.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gwin and family
and Mrs. Maynard and family have removed
from Octavia street to the residence on the
southeast corner of Broadway and Franklin
Ex-Senator A. P. Williams and wife leave for
the East to-morrow, to be gone six months.
Mrs. Joseph L. Moody and the Misses Eda, Eva
and May Moody are at Monterey.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ooleman are among
the San Franciscans at Monterey.
Mrs. J. C. Tucker and her two daughters, the
Misses May and Clare, have gone over to Belve
dere, where they have taken a cottage and con
template spending the summer and early fall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lindley and daughter.
Miss Josephine Lindley, intend passing the
summer months in the East.
Miss Emily Potter left on Wednesday last in
company with Mrs. William Thomas and her
daughter for her home in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Frances Carolan leaves to-day for Cht
cago on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Crocker leave on the Ist
of May for New York.
Mrs. William Thomas, Miss Mollie Thomas
and Miss Helen Thomas left on Wednesday fer
Boston, where they wiil spend a week before
sailing from New York for Europe, where they
will speud six months in travel.
Mrs. D. M. Delmas and the Misses Nettie and
Josephine Delmas leave to-day for New York
en route to Europe, sailing May 10, where they
will spend the summer season.
Mrs. A. Page Brown, Miss Laura McKinstry
and Mrs. Joseph Sadoc Tobin are expected to
return from their visit East to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCntchen returned on
Wednesday last from the East.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott McAllister have returned
from their wedding trip and will spend the
summer in Ross Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Stovel have sent out
cards for the first and second Thursdays in
May at 2013 Buchanan street.
Among the recent arrivals at Highland
Springs are : Judge and Mrs. J. C. B. Hebbard,
Mrs. M. P. Jones, Mrs. Joseph Conlon and H.
Dangers of San Francisco; Judge R. M. Garvey,
J. P. Cunningham and W. 11. Titus of Ukiah;
H. A. Matthews, Kelseyville; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Hopps, Berkeley; F. W. Thompson, Lakeport;
J. Koup, Preston; J. L. Stephens, Madera, and
J. S. Craig, Woodland.
The Old Boys Will Struggle With the
Australian Ballot Question on
Dating from the conqtiest, the Society
of California Pioneers is the oldest society
in the State, and there is no branch of
business enterprise or association, social
or political, in which they are not most
honorably represented. And as matters
pertaining to the society are, to some ex
tent, of interest to the general public, at
tention is called to a proposition now
pending before it.
If there is an organization in which the
spirit of fraternity and good fellowship
should prevail with all the force and in
tensity that those terms imply, surely it
should be with them.
Almost the sole and only dissension, dis
cord or recrimination that has ever pre
vailed among them has been caused by
the annual election of their officers; and
it would seem that anything tending to
lessen or eliminate such causes from their
proceedings would be welcomed by its
The proposition is io adopt so much of
the Australian mode of election as would
result in the elimination from future elec
tions of those political features that have
heretofore in a degree marred the har
mony of the society. That would give
every member who would present a peti
tion signed by thirty members of good
standing the right to have bis name placed
upon the ballot as a candidate for any
office, as such petition should recommend.
It would do away with prearranged nomi
nating committees and destroy the signifi
cance and unfair prestige attaching to the
term -'regular" ticket. It would abolish
the custom of members circulating tickets
upon the streets and the evil potency of
money to influence the election.
The objections of the few opponents
of the Australian system are the
same as those urged by politi
cians against its application to public
affairs, and it is expected with about the
same effect, as the principle ha.s been and
is being adopted by all intelligent commun
ities throughout the country. It has been
adopted by the Mechanics' Institute, the
Olympic Club and other social organiza
tions in San Francisco, and has fully real
ized all that its most ardent advocates have
claimed for it.
The proposition will be debated and de
cided by the society at their monthly meet
ing, May 6, and, no doubt, a full attend
ance will be present.
TICKET AGENTS UNEASY.
They Complain That Brokers
TO CONSIDER RATE - CUTTING.
T. H. Goodman of the Southern
Pacific Calls a Meeting for
The railway passenger ticket agents, or
at least some of them, have been kicking
over the trace* of late, and there is trouDle
all along the line. .For quite a long time
the agents on Market and Montgomery
streets have held together on rates aa
directed by their respective companies
after a meeting at Chicago, at which
Western passenger rate^ were definitely
settled. The Passenger Association made
it clear to all agents that cutting rates
should then cease, and to all intents and
purposes it did stop immediately.
But in view of subsequent developments
it seems that the Western Passenger Asso
ciation rules were only made to be broken.
So the story goes on the street, and it is
for this very reason that an effort is to
be made to whip into line some agents
who, in their zeal for business, found a
way of their own out of the dilemma in
in which they were placed.
With this object in prospect a meeting
has been called for 10:30 a. m. to-morrow
in the Palace Hotel.
Every agent in town received a letter
yesterday from General Passenger Agent
T. H. Goodman of the Southern Pacific
Company asking him to be present at the
meeting. The invitation announced that
matters connected with overland passen
ger traffic from Ban Francisco and vicinity
will be considered at the meeting, and it
urged upon agents the necessity of attend
ing or sending a representative.
The railroad men claim to be at a loss
regarding the nature of the questions to be
disenssed, and little could be learned from
Southern Pacific otticials further than
a statement that purely business matters
would be adjusted. Agents appeared de
sirous of saying nothing about it, though
from two of them it was learned that the
meeting was called for the purpose of stop
ping cutting through brokers.
"Some of the agents have been paving
brokers an excessive commission to allow
them an opportunity of cutting rates and
thus getting the business. This has given
rise to constant irritation and frequent
complaints from offices that were daily
losing business because they refused to
have any dealings through brokers. Means
will be devised on Monday to put a stop to
this brokerage and put every office on an
equal footing to sell tickets on its merits."
Such was the explanation of an agent,
who for business reasons did not wish his
name quoted in connection with the
The Southern Pacific agent said that no
broker could do business through his offi
ces beyond buying at schedule rates a
ticket for himself and signing it in his own
name, in which case the ticket could not
be transferred. He regarded brokers as a
nuisance and the cause of endless trouble
in the different ticket agencies.
"What the Union Pacific and Santa Fe
representatives may be doing I cannot say,
though it certainly disturbs things," was
the vague insinuation that these offices
have been getting a large share of the
It is a foregone conclusion that unless a
radical change be made immediately sev
eral railway companies will raise decided
objections to continuing under association
restrictions regarding passenger rates, and
then enter into an open fight by cutting
rates. In this connection the Santa Fe
and Union Pacific people say they have
lost a certain proportion of overland busi
ness through tne Southern Pacific's Sunset
Limited train, which has been advertised
all over California, and, consequently, they
feel that they must offset the competition
in some tray.
There is not a very wide gap now be
tween association rule's on passenger rates,
and a free fight at reduced prices for over
land tickets may be at hand.
The English Fisheries.
While the numbers of men and boys en
gaged in fishing throughout England and
Wales has remained nearly constant dur
ing the past five years, and the variations
in total weight of fish caught comparing
one year with another have been very
slight, many of the lishing ports have suf
fered vicissitudes. Grimslay retains its
position as chief of them all, and London,
in spite of some falling off in the quantity
of hsh landed, is still second, but Yar
mouth has changed places with its neigh
bor, Lowestoft, and Neyland, instead of
being seventh in rank among fishing ports,
as it was five years ago, is now behind
Scarborough and North Shields.— London
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