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Mr. and Mrs. George
Proposed trips to Alaska.
l>ady Hesketh returns to San Francisco.
The Misses Morrison's dinner party at San
The following engagements have been an
D. P. Martin and Miss Mamie Sheehan.
George Gordon and Miss Anne Brilliant.
Robert Emmet O'Connell and Miss Pauline
•v >n ■ 'ED DINGS possessing more than
MMI B ordinary interest to society took
■* f Dl&ce during the week — the Brown-
Scott wedding in San Francisco and the Lang- !
McKee marriage In Oakland.
The Santa Cruz water fete claimed the atten- '
tion of society people during the week, and '
many ladies and gentlemen well known in !
society circles went to this resort on the bay of j
Several wedding 9 for the coming week have
Trips to Alaska and the Yosemite Valley
t . to be popular with society people this
The return of Mr. and Mrs. George Crocker
of New- York, and the arrival of Lady Hesketh
from London, are noted as society events of the
Young ladies, recently graduated from col
leges and high schools, have been compliment
ed with parties in their honor.
WHAT IS GOING ON.
* j m * VERY pleasant gathering of the j
&*» friends of the Episcopal church '
t^jt i »*■ » 4"au Mateo, took place in the parish I
house, last Tuesday evening. The ladies of the I
church guild had the matter in charge and
issued the invitations. A varied programme,
containing something to suit everybody, was
presented. The "Mother Goose" reception by
fifteen prettily costumed young folks was very
nicely personated. A musical programme; was
rendered by Mrs. J. H. Doane, pianoforte; Miss
Agnes Reynolds, mezzo-soprano; Miss Mary E.
Nichols, violin, and William S. Jack, tenor.
Flower-bedecked refreshment tables were
covered with things good to eat and drink.
The main floor was reserved for dancing. El
mer Anderson had charge of the dance pro
gramme. The Rev. J. R. de Wolfe Cowle and i
Mrs. Cowie were present and helped materially |
in making the occasion an enjoyable one.
About seventy-five of the "old people" from
the "Crocker Home" spent the day at Mills
Coll ege last Thursday. This is an entertain
ment which they look forward to through the
Tear with a great deal of pleasure. It is a great
treat to them to go about the beautiful grounds
and a delight to pick the old-fashioned flowers,
which remind them of their early childhood.
Mr. and Mrs. George Crocker returned from
their Eastern trip last Monday and are occu
pying their home on California street. Just
previous to Mr. Crocker's departure from New
York City a dinner party was given in his
honor by Herman Oelrichs. Fourteen gentle
men were present and among them were John
W. Mackay, D. O. Mills, Adrian Iselin, Theo
dore Havemeyer, Charles Childs, Mr. Sturges
and Colonel C. F. Crocker.
Miss Rutherford, daughter of Mrs. George ]
Crocker, sailed from Europe last Wednesday
for New York City. After her arrival she will
visit Mrs. Herman Oelrichs and Miss Virginia
Fair at Newport for three weeks, and then re- j
turn to this City, accompanied by her brother, i
Alexander H. R'utheriord. They will remain
here during the entire summer.
Augustus Comte Jr. has issued invitations for
tne wedding of his daughter, Miss Pauline
Juliette Comte, and Robert Emmet O'Connell,
which will take place at half-past 8 o'clock on
Wednesday evening, June 26, at the Church of
Notre Dame dcs Victoires.
Mrs. Rounsevelle Wildman gave a pink lunch
eon last Tuesday at her residence and enter- j
tamed Mrs. Charles Webb Howard, Mrs. Stephen ;
J. Field. Mrs. Louis Aldrich, Mrs. J. Condit •
Smith, Mrs. Colonel Chandler, Mrs. Frank M. j
Pixley, Mrs. M. B. M. 'Poland and Mrs. S. W. ,
The Music Teachers' Association of California :
pave a musloale last Monday evening at Byron i
Mauzy's, 308 Post street. It was a charming
affair throughout, and music of a high order,
vocal end instrumental, was rendered.
TheAuzerais party leaves for Alaska on the
21st. The company is composed of some eight
een young men and women, and. has Dr. Red
ding as treasurer and Here ward Hoyt as stage
manager. They are to perform at Victoria, at
Bitka, and possibly at one or two other places
up north. The repertoire consists of "Love on
Cratches" and "The Yellow Curtain."
aARDS are out for the wedding on the
I J 26th inst. of Robert Emmet O'Connell
and Miss Pauline Juliette, daughter of
Augustus Comte Jr. The ceremony will take
place at the Church of Notre Dame dcs Vic
toires at 8:30 o'clock.
The wedding of George Gordon and Miss
Anne Brilliant will take place in the latter part
The marriage of Miss Mamie Sheehan, daugh- I
ter of D. J. Sheehan of this city, to T. P. Mar
tin, son of Captain J. J*artin of Alviso, will
take place on Tuesday next. '
The wedding of Miss Hattie Tennis and J. W.
Gilkyson Jr. will be solemnized on next
Wednesday evening at the residence of the
bride's mother, onGough street.
The engagement is announced of Frederick
Schmidt, who is well known in German frater
nal society circles, ana Miss Anna Poets.
BEFOKE THE ALTAR.
SOCIETY observed with pleasure the
wedding of James Nash Brown and
Mica Alice Scott, which took place last
Wednesday afternoon at Grace Church. The
bride Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving M. Scott. She possesses youth, beauty
and intellect, and her father gave her a beauti
ful home at the northwest corner of Jackson
and Pierce streets to live in. The groom Is the
son of Thomas Brown of the Bank of Cali
fornia. The ceremony at the church was per
formed by Rev. R. C. Foute. it was toilowed
by the playing of Mendelssohn's wedding
march as the bridal party left the chancel.
There was a reception afterward at the home
of the bride's parents on Harrison street.
About 100 intimate friends were invited, and
as they arrived extended their congratula
tions to the happy couple. During the recep
tion refreshments were served under the
direction of Ludwig at tete-a-tete tables. The
ternooa was passed la • most pleasant man- '
ncr, and in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Brown
left to pass their honeymoon at Castle Crags.
The wedding of Miss Nellie McKee and Mr. j
Norman R. Lang took place last Wednesday
afternoon at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. S. A. McKee, 1033 Adeline street, ;
Oakland. The ceremony was performed by
Right Rev. Bishop W. F. Nichols. The resi- j
detice was prettily decorated with pink and ■
white sweet peas and pink carnations that had
been sent from Redondo Beach. The bridal |
table was adorned with La France rose* and '
orange-blo«soms. After the wedding, refresh- :
incuts were served, and the couple left for i
Southern California to pass the honeymoon.
* J m*T Pan Jose the Misses Morrison re
#"l cently entertained a very distin- i
t^Jt B t guished house party at their lovely
home, corner of Fifth and Julian streets.
Their guests were: Judge and Mrs. E. M. Ross, j
Judge W. B. Gilbert, Judge Haskins, Judge
Thomas P. Hawley, Mrs. L. O. B. Sawyer. A
handsome dinner party of twenty covers was
j given in their honor on Saturday* evening,
I June 1, followed by a reception. A four-in
; hand coaching party was enjoyed on Sunday.
1 All the guests returned to this City Monday
' The little friends of Blanche Guggenheimer
' gave her a surprise party in honor of her eighth
j birthday at her aunt's residence. 1450 O'Far
; reli street, last Friday evening, which was a
| genuine surprise in every respect. Through
I the efforts of her parents sliss Blanche was
i able to give several pretty little surprises to her
friends. The evening was passed delightfully
with recitations, piano polos, games aud vocal
music furnished by the little ones.
Mr. and Mrs. o'Kain last Saturday evening
gave a reception at their residence. There was
I an interesting programme of vocal and instru
, mental music. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. O'Kain and family, Mr. and Mrs.
i Giubbir.g and daughter, John Carroll, J. Me-
I Mullen, George Douglas, J. O'Connor, J.
o'Kane, A. J. MeKenzie, Joseph Regan, Edward
1 Korb, Professor M. Hayes, Gerald M. Kelleher,
Professor McMnhon, Mr. Reid and family, Dr.
D. D. Connolly, J. McNicols. Fred Pearce, P.
Bradley. J. C. Malby, James Hipginp, J. O'Con
nell. Professor P. O'Connell, Mr. Brady, Daniel
Mullen, George Douglas, Colonel Brady.
A very pleasant day was spent la9t Sunday
by a party of friends "from this City at Eden
vale, Napa. County, the beautiful country resi
dence of the Misses Annie and Mattie Kelly.
Those who formed the merry party were de
lighted with the charming spot and much time
was spent among the magnificent redwoods
which have made Edenvale famous.
A Rose Snrprise.
On Friday evening, the 14th inst., a surprise
party was tendered Miss Lulu Perkins by
Charles de Gear and friends at her residence.
It was what may be termed a rose party, as the
J queen of summer flowers was the principal
| factor of decoration.
Dancing, recitations and games were in
dulged in throughout the evening, and at mid
night the guests repaired to the spacious din
ing-room, which was very prettily decorated,
and the table also showed an exquisite elabo
ration of adornment which was realty artistic.
As for the menu, it was composed with all the
cunning of a master of cuisine.
The guests of the evening were: Misses G.
Gimple, L. Lamb, A. White, Laura de Gear,
Eliza Ginniver, Louise de Gear. Ada George,
Antonette Frahni, L. Macdonald, L. Newbert,
Elsie Zahl, Cora de Gear, Mollie Bates, B. Ellis,
Edwiga Zahl, Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Williams, Miss
F.Perkins. Annie T. Perkins, Miss Fies.Miss
Dugan, Mis 9 Lewis, Miss Monroe, Miss Lake,
Mrs. E. Perkins and Miss Lulu Perkins, Messrs.
' A. Feihling, Charles de Gear, F. Zahl, 11.
j Fraser, Wade de Gear, Frank Cafrey, George
Langforrt, George A. Williams, Joseph Wil
liams, P. Sehellberg, George Monroe, Charles
McKenna. T. Kenney, H. C. Bruehmann, W.
! Feiling, Fitzpatrick, R. Martin, Brandenberg,
: Mullen. De Hay, Hansen, Bean, H. Harris^
I Lederer and Prince Williams.
A Gradnation Reception.
Last Wednesday evening, at the residence of
Mr. Austin A. Fairbanks, 1006 Twenty-fourth
street, Oakland, a charming reception was ten
| dered to Miss Tillie Rowe of Georgetown, Cal.,
| who graduated from the State Institute for the
| Deaf at Berkeley on Tuesday. It was semi
j formal, and one of the features of the evening
j was the recitatien Us signs of a "A Visit to His
I Sweetheart," by Professor Theophilus d'Es-
I trella. Among those present were: Mrs. M.
j Rowe of Georgetown, Mr«. A. A. Fairbanks,
I Mrs. Cantrell, Miss Anna Fairbanks, Miss
I Rose Craddock, Miss Grace Taylor, Miss
Bessie Cole, Miss Maria Bischoff, Miss Vogel,
Miss Florence Alexander, Miss Mabel Gaude,
Miss Anne Llndstrom, Miss Tillie Rowe,
Miss Isabel Hennessey, Miss Mattie Dag
gett, Miss Mamie Dugga'n, Messrs. IsadoreSelig,
Kossuth Selig, Harry Cook, Edward Lohmeyer,
Lincoln Fairbanks, Douey Goodrich, Professor
d'Estrella, Fred Heckmann, James Daggett,
Fred Strobel, Johnnie Fairbanks and Morris
I Fairbanks. Refreshments were served, and the
reception broke up at a late hour.
The friends of Miss Stella Truitt gave her a
delightful surprise party at the residence of
her parents, 2378 a Market street, on the even
ing of June 8. Songs were sung, instrumental
music was rendered, and there were also games,
dances and refreshments. Following is a list
of those that attended the party: Sam B.
Sutton, Mrs. Kitty G. Sutton, Master
■ Sammy Sutton, Miss Lillian Sutton, Mrs.
| Kitty Smith, D. King, Mrs. S. King,
Miss Lizzie O' Hair, Miss Daisy White, J. Par
raer, Mrs. J. Parmer, William Farmer, D.
Brown, Mrs. Florence Brown, Master Everet
Brown, Mr. Buel, Mrs. Buel, Mr. Lyvere, Mrs.
Middleton, Mr. Nickleson, Major Freden
bun, Mrs. Frodenbun, Miss Lizzie Freden
bun, James Galliger, Miss Florence Middleton,
Miss Christena Cole, John Kelley, Miss Georeie
Cole, William Pildren, Mrs. Will, P. Trade
Mrs. Hagerty, Mr. Laurie, Mrs. OUle Norton,
Al Mandott, Miss Maud Henry, Mr. Bohn, W S
Judd, J. R. Keough, Master Carl Truitt, Master
Ray Truitt, Master Leslie Truitt, Master Joe
A large party gathered at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Schoenstein on June 14, the
eve of their silver wedding. The rooms were
beautifully decorated with evergreens and
flowers. Many beautiful songs and toasts were
rendered. The beautiful present given to Mr.
and Mrs. Schoenstein was presented by Peter
Denner Br. , In the name of those present, with
an eloquent speech, after which Mr. Schoen
steiu responded with expressions of gratitude
and thanks. Among those present were: P.
Denner Sr., J. Frank, Joseph Muller. P. Muller,
George Buecker, August Vetter, P. F. Petri and
P. Denner Jr.
A Graduate's Party.
The friends of Miss Daisy Simpkin spent a
very pleasant evening ut her home, 51 Russ
street, Friday evening, June 7, in honor of
her graduation from the John Bwiit Grammar
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1895.
School. Various young ladies and gentlemen
by their talents added greatly to the enter
tainment. Supper was served at 11:30 o'clock.
Among those present were: Daisy Simpkin,
Grace Lewitt, Clara Fuller, Gertrude Rocke.
Effie Anderson, Emily Chevesich, Mac Corbett,
Emily Conklin, Jeniu-tte Perry, Ida Gilbert and
Blanche Anderson; Will Itsell, John Terry,
Emmanuel Franklin, Jack Kellner, Ernest
Hewson, Ray Hursh, Orley Angevine and
A surprise party which proved to be a bril
liant success was given to Miss Minnie Byrne
at her residence on Harrison street last Tuesday
evening by her many friends prior to her de
parture for the East.
The evening's entertainment was enlivened
with music, singing and dancing, in which the
guests participated with delight till a late
hour, when a sumptuous repast was partaken of.
Among those present were: Miss Minnie
Byrne, Miss Josie Ward, Lawrence Wickstrom,
Miss Agnes Ward, Dr. Mohun, Miss M. Bren
nan, M. Brennau, John Caplace, Frank Ward,
Miss D. Foley, John Phelan, Miss Phililia
MB. AND MRS. \ JAMES NASH BROWN OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Mohun, Miss M. Higgins, George H. Alden,
Miss Maggie Higgins, Miss Aggie Caplace, L.
Kerwin, E. Colbert, Miss M. Mohun, John
Byrne, Miss Jennie Byrne, William Donaldson,
T. Campbell, T. Paula, Edward Hayden, John
Higgins, Frank Foran, J. Callahan and Hugh
A Surprise at the Mission.
Miss Alice Wentworth was the recipient of a
surprise party on last Friday evening by a
number of her young friends. The evening
was spent in dancing and music, after which
an elaborate supper was served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. N. S.
Wentworth, the Misses Mamie, Alice and Jen
nie Wen tworth. Miss Minnie Clark, Miss Nellie
Jordan, Miss Bertha Dornbaeh, Miss Annie
Lonergan, Miss Riley, Miss Katie Neary, the
Misses Kittie and Mamie O'Hearn, Miss Susie
Lyons, Miss Etta Stevens, Messrs. Lyman Went
worth, N. S. Wentworth Jr., A. Schulte, Stanley
Stewart, Joseph Norton, Frank Neary. Daniel
McNeil, Richard Eagan, Ed Carter, William
McNulty, Rusch Angelis, Clarence Smith and
Graham Tea Party,
Donald Graham gave a tea party at his studio
on Sacramento street Saturday afternoon, June
1. Miss Jessie Coleman sang and Miss Bessie
Wall played several pieces on the piano.
The guests at the Redington Place gave a
hop last Saturday evening, which was a very
pleasant affair. The assembly hall of the school
building was converted into a fine dance hall
by removing the school furniture.
•"TV EMBERS oi the Centennial Club eel-
B I W ebrated the club's third anniversary
t**^i last Sunday by an excursion on the
bay. After a cruise to various points of inter
est the party was landed at Angel Island,
where lunch was had. After lunch sail was
again Ret and after a delightful sail out the
straits and along the coast shore to the. Cliff
the party returned to the City. Upon arriving
in town tho invited guests and member s re
paired to the grillroom of the Palace Hotel,
where a sumptuous repast waR awaiting them.
After satisfying the inner man speech making
and merriment was indulged in 'until a late
hour. The affair was pronounced by all who
attended to have been the most successful of
the many events given under the auspices of
Souvenir Party of the Verdis.
Union-square Hail was the scene of a very
Important social event last Tuesday evening,
the occasion being the semi-annual souvenir
party of the Verdis. The strand march started
at 9:15 o'clock under the leadership of Joseph
M Nfve Jr and Miss Grace Richmond, assisted
in the intricate figure of the march by Phil W.
Hammersmith and Miss Emily Spencer.
Miss Richmond is a tall, stately beauty of the
brunette type and was attired in a handsome
maize-colored silk costume cut decollete, and
carried La France roses, the emblem of the
club. Miss Spencer, in direct contrast to Miss
Richmond, is a pronounced blonde, and was
attired in white silk cut decollete and carried
Marechal Niel roses.
The souvenirs were handsomely embossed
photographs of the members, and were an ap
propriate memento of the occasion.
The affair was under the management of the
following members of the club and reflects
great credit on them : Joseph M. Nye Jr., floor
director; Phil W. Hammersmith, assistant;
Ernest A. Lange, Henry Hansen, Will Hynes,
George W. Cofleld and Frank J. Williams.
IN THE FUTURE.
BY the Bunker Hill Association the
hundred and twentieth anniversary
of the battle of Bunker Hill will be
observed at Glenwood to-morrow.
The tenth party of the Mystic Social Cmb
will be given at Union-square Hall on Tuesday
evening next. The Mystics' affairs are strictly
by invitation and at them evening dress is de
The Headlight Band of Hope No. 222 will
give a literary and musical entertainment in
Seven Pines Hall, Alcazar building, next Tues
Oro Fino' Parlor No. 9, of the Native Sons,
will give a social in its rooms in the Alcazar
building on the evening of Wednesday, the
The Western Addition Literary ana Social
Club will give an entertainment and dance at
Odd Fellows' Hall on the evening of Wednes
day, the 19th inst. The entertainment will be
a production of "All the Comforts of Home,"
in which many noted local amateurs will take
The fiftieth P. D. C. souvenir party will be
given at Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday even
ing, August 6.
The secondjparty of the Eschscholtzias will
take place Tnurwday evening, June 27, at
National Hall, 815 Ellis street. March at 8 :45.
AT THE SUMMER EESOETS.
R- F. J. K AYLOE of the Oakland Cen.
#^ I tral Bank and E. N. Cole of the Ar
\. 1 ./ rnnant are among the recent ar
" ' rivals at Soda Bay Springs. Many
improvements have been lately made at this
popular resort, among them being a large bath
house which encloses the Mammoth spring.
The season at the Geysers promises to be
much gayer than usual. The new tennis court
Is in fine condition, and, of course, finds much
favor with the poung people. The bathhouse,
just completed, with natural hammam baths,
is equal to any in the State. The fishing is
good, the biggest catch of the season being
made ty G. H. Rankin and Walter Manßfield of
Among the late arrivals are: Miss May
Adelaide Avers of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs.
George 11. Josselyn of New York, Henry Lund
Jr of San Francisco, Mrs. and Mrs. L. Wenle,
Miss Anna K. Selkirk. Percy Bidwell, A. W.
Tavlor Alameda; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Whitton,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Matthews, George A. Ran
kin, Walter Mansfield, San Francisco; E. H.
Hale Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rathbone, San Fran
cisco- O Mohr and family, Miss Rose Roths
child, George R. Wrighr, Richard Honfray, W.
W Young, A. Drasdo, Mr. and Mrs. Josepn N.
Atherton, Dr. and Mrs. R. K.Dunn of Oakland,
Otto X. Rode, Walter E. Rode.
Among the recent arrivals at Highland
Springs were: Annis Merrill. San Francisco;
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. High Jr. and children, Oak-
land; Miss C. S. Sage, Guilford, Conn.; Misa
Benning, Mrs. Benning, Charles A. Schrath,
Mrs. A. P. Craner, H. A. Lorraine, E. J. Barrett,
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wulzen, R. Mohr and
family and Rose Rothschild, San Francisco;
C. R. Wright, Calistoga; L. C. Roberts, Sacra
mento; If. W. Goldstein, Oroville; T. J. Henra
han, Sacramento; John F. Schomer and J. M.
Litchfield and family, San Francisco; Mrs. E.
V. Far n ham and family and MissS. H. Winder,
Oakland ; Mrs. L. A. Kilgore, Watertown, Mass. :
M. W. O'Niell, Crockett; Wallack Anderson.
F. W. Crowell and J. Meyerstein, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. J. Cunning Smith, San
Francisco; Mrs. R. Lee Colgrove, Lakeport;
Mrs. E. A. Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Baruch
and Henry Hoffman Jr., San Francisco: Miss
Mary E. Hopps, Alameda; Miss Macy B. Rey
nolds, J. de la Montanya, Mr. and Mrs. O. F.
yon Rhein and Mrs. G. W. Luce and children
San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. William Keegan
and children, Alameda; Mr. and Mrs. William
H.Grenelle, Bath; C.H.Hoffman and family
Mrs. W. T. Wheatley and children, W. N. Don
aldson and F. W. Brock, San Francisco.
Among the arrivals at the Hotel del Mar at
Santa Cruz are to be found Mr. and Mrs. Heffer
nan and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Owens and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Kahn and family, Mrs. C.
Weinschaute and child, Paul and Gus Man
heim, Mrs. E. Manhelm. Mrs. J. Frankel, Mrs.
W. Crouan and children, William J. J. Cronau
Mrs. EL Madden, Mrs. and Miss Pendergast, Miss
Florence Maguire, Mrs. K. Maguire, Miss Ma
mie Sullivan, Miss Helen Sullivan, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Queen, Mrs. and Miss Queen, Mrs.W
E. Rippon and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Keenan
and family, Mrs. E. J. Breen ami sous, Mrs
William J. J. Cronan. Miss A. Burns, Miss Kate
Tighe, Mrs. J.D. Sullivan and children, Mrs.
M. E. Holmes, Mrs. J. R. Deane, Miss M. Deane
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. O'Brien, Mrs. JameJ
Mcc, Miss M. J. Mcc, Mrs. W. P. Meagher San
Francisco; Mrs. H. B. Barkis and tomily, Stock
ton; the Misses Marion and Annetta Hall and
Master Evelyn Hall, Alameda; Mrs. Vollmer
and children and Mrs. Bauer, San Lnis Obispo-
Miss Gertrude Gunn, the Misses Ethel and
Helen Gunn and Miss Alice Harrison, Mills Col
Quite a number of visitors to .Stna Springs
In former years have already returned for this
season. The countryside never looked more
inviting. Following are the most recent
arrivals: William Giselman and wife, Miss
Grace Giselman, Marshall Giselman, Francig
Wilson, Mrs. W. E. Goodrum and son, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. Frederick Russ, Frederick Rurs and
Miss Vesta Colby, Clairmont; P. M. Watkins
Oakland ; and R. S. Gee, Alameda.
Following is a list of the late arrivals at the
Gilroy Hot Springs: A. Wagner, William M.
Wilson, H. Barr, Frank McDonald, Theobald
Gay, Master Xavier If ugret, F. Mannoni, Mrs.
Shaw, Miss Nina Dyer, G. S. Dyer, Henry S.
Robinson, Mrs. S. Constantine. s. Constantfne.
A. Constamine, C. Constantine, Leroy A.
Bunker, John Blohra, John Peterson, J. F.
Helmls, F. Conway, D.G.Collins, C. L. Field.
Mrs. G. R. Field M.D., Abbie L. Field, Alfred
Marcus, John D. Feldmann, Master J. Feld
mann, John Hannite, Joseph Simonson, Mr.
Lennon, L.F.Campbell. F. G. Howell. Mis* F.
Edwards, Mrs. G. 11. Edwards, L. F. Hanley.
Among the new arrivals at laurel Dell Lake
during the past week are the following: Mr.
and Mrs. J. Simpson, the Misses Agnes, Maud
and Amy Simpson, F. W. Rosenthal Jr., and
wife and daughter, Mrs. F. W. Rosenthal and
daughter, Mrs. M. L. Maxwell and daughter,
F. W. Dart, M. J. Kellopg, Miss OUie Fry, F. W.
Davis, George Busch, Al Mever, C. Peterson. C.
Bluth, Mrs. M. A. Josselyn, Miss Josselyn, Mrs.
David Bixler. Miss Helen Hyde, J. Meyerstein,
F. W. Crowell, Mrs. Harry Jerome, Miss Suste
H. Earl, J. C. Stokes, E. A. Williams, Frank P.
Le Count and wife, Dr. T. P. Tisaale, Mrs. M. A.
Hall, Miss Hattie Hall. Miss Susie Hall. Miss E.
Onyon, Miss M. Wood, Miss E. U. Linberg, H.
W. Pulcifer, Robert Edgar, G. E. Gallagher, W.
R. Young, Mrs. Walter Conner, Miss Ada Street,
Mrs. F. H. Massey, Miss Florence Sherwood,
George B. Easterly.
The new arrivals registered at Paso Robles
are: Mrs. A. M. Burns, Miss Burns, Rev. P. S.
Casey, Rev. P. R. Lynch, James W. Coffroth,
Mrs. J. F. Dooley, Mrs. H. Matnues, M. H. Stin
son, N. F. Knapp, Hazzard Gragg and wife, M.
Eneff and wife, George Faw, .1. W. Eate4, \V. .1.
Davis, T. W. Brown, J. M. Price, SM. Collins,
W. H. Sundenand, George H. Thrope, W. M.
Gragg and family, Miss Sargent, William H.
Miller and family. Miss Marston, Mrs. A. K.
BoLsford, Horace G. Platt, Mrs. E. Clayton, I.
W. Brown and wife, Volney V. Ashford, Mrs. M.
Dickson, Mrs. E. Goodwin and daughter, P.
The Stoneman House. Yosemite Valley,
shelters quite a number of society people.
The recent arrivals were: James D. Phelan of
San Francisco, the Hisses Clark of San Joee,
Miss Hattie Sachs, Miss Eppinger and Misses
Fisher of San Francisco. Judge William T.
Wallace's party are visitors at Wawona. Horace
llill and family are there and Mrs. Breeze and
The following are the recent arrivals at the
Redington Place, Burlingame: Mr. Tourney,
Mrs. Frank W. Sumner, Miss May Lowell. Mrs.
J. M. Chretien, Mrs. Black, Mr. and Mrs. \V. M.
taJOIIN DENAIR, superintendent of trans-
J, M portation fur the Atlantic and Pa-
cific .Railroad, left fc>r his home in Albu-
Cx querque, N. M., on Wednesday. Mrs.
Denair, who has been visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Heister, for two months past,
Mrs. S. Wise, 1022 Ellis street, has discon
tinued her day at home for the remainder of
Mrs. M. Rocca and family leit for their cot
tage iv San Anselmo, accompanied by Mrs. F.
Arata and Miss Dolly Arata.
Mrs. John J. Boyle and children have gone to
Glen Ellen to spend the vacation.
Dr. Clinton Cushing has returned from
Mrs. D. S. Jacobs and daughter are spending
their vacation at St. Helena, Cal.
Fred Sharon and his sister, Lady Hesketh,
arrived last evening..
Mrs. John R. HoKsie of Providence, R. 1., is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. 1). Garliii, of 413
Harrison street, for a few ■weeks.
Misses Minnie and Stella Boas have departed
for Southern California.
Mrs. W. 8. Green of Colusa is visiting with
friends at 605 Stockton street, this City.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman lleyueman, accom
panied by Misses Dorothy and Lolita and
Walter Heyneman, are visiting the carnival.
At its conclusion they will go to Monterey for
Mrs. J. H. Stein and children are spending
the summer at Mark West Springs.
Andrew J. Itsell left on Wednesday for a visit
to his old home in Detroit, and fora tour of the
Mrs. C. W. Whitten of Eureka is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Zipper of 710 Yea Ness
M. Grossman, a retired merchant of this City,
left yesterday for a six months' visit to the
Leo E. and Michael S.Alexander have gone
to the Yosemiie Valley for a short vacation.
Mr. ana Mrs. H. G. W. Dinkelspiel, after an
extensive tour of Southern California, are rest
ing at Coronado. They will summer at Sausa
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sheldon and their daugh
ter, Miss Catherine, have gone to the Adiron
dack Mountains, in New York State, for the
Mrs. Ida Stevens of this City is visiting
friends in Santa Cruz.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster Jones have taken a
house at Ross Valley.
Mrs. I. Indig has returned to her Guatemalan
home, after a prolonged visit in this City.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Weitz and family have gone
to Salt Lake City to establish their home.
Alfred S. Hammersmith will leave on the 20th
inst. for Los Angeles.
J. E. Hammersmith and family left on the
11th inst. to spend the summer at Wrights
Mrs. Nathan Bibo and children are spenaing
the month of June at Hillside Farm, near
Mrs. E. R. Elder and her niece, Miss Olive
Elder, have gone to Alhambra, Los Angeles
County, for a few weeks, after which Miss
Olive will return to her Eastern home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Naglee Burke will tour the
H. A. Hedger and family leave for Europe
Mrs. B. D. Murphy will attend the graduating
exercises of her son, Martin Murphy, in Balti
more the end of this month.
Mrs. Richard Freud went to Europe.
Bert Altmayer is still at Howell Mountain.
Miss Henrietta Meyer will summer iv San
J. L. Franklin has gone on a trip to Harbin
Airs. A. Steinberger has gone to Congress
Mrs. Gerson Goldsmith and her son are in
Miss Gertie Moyse is visiting her parents in
Mr. Alfred Cohen and family are visiting San
Mrs. Will Fisher has gone to Blue Lakes for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Steinhart will go on a
visit to Castle Crag.
D. Abramson and family will go to Santa
Cruz for the summer.
Mrs. Pauline Nathan has gone to Merced and
the Yosemlte Valley.
Mr. and Mrs G. Sutro have returned from
their visit to Paso Robles.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Brandon and family are sum
mering at San Rafael.
D. Neustadter and Newton Neustadter are at
Tahoe for a short visit.
Mrs. E. A. Elkus and daughter are spending
the summer at San Rafael.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heggerty, accompanied
by Mrs. Heggerty's sister, Miss Cashin, have
been making a few days' stay at Coronado
Mrs. J. L. Halstead and J. L. Halstead Jr. aro
at Santa Cruz for the summer.
Mrs. M. B. M. Toland will go to Del Monte for
Mrs. O'Connor and the Misses O'Connor will
go to Coronado for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. King are occupying a cottage at
Peralta Park, Berkeley, for the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Castle have gone to Del
Monte to remain duriug the entire season.
Mrs. George Edwards and Miss Emma Ed
wards have gone to Gilroy for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chandler have gone to
Sausalito for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Andrews are visiting in
Miss Helen Collins and Miss Daisy Maddox
are visiting friends in Santa Crnz.
Miss Gertrude Gunn has gone to Santa Cruz
for the season.
Miss Ella Marshall and Miss Louise Thomp
son have returned from their southern trip.
Mrs. Dr. Field is at Gilroy Hot Springs lor the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Anderson ana family are
spending the summer in Bonoma County.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Blinn (nee Nannary)
are spending their honeymoon at Coronado.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Levy are spending
the summer at El Monte Hotel, Sausalito.
The A. O. U. W. have a picnic June 27 at
A poverty social will be given by the S. F.
Temple No. 11, Rathbone Sisters, Saturday
evening, June 22, at Pythian Castle, 909 Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Harrison are at Paso
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Brigham will pess the
summer at their Lake Tahoe cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gerstle and the Misses
Gerstle arrived in Vienna a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bentz of Santa Barbara
sailed on the steamer Belgic for Japan.
Mrs. Alice M. Mullins has returned to her
home, 1809 Gough street, from Europe. Most
of the time during her absence of two years she
was the guest of Mrs. Charles Wyndham in
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rose have gone to
Mrs. Rerai Chabot and Miss Nellie Chabot of
Oakland will pass the month of July at the
Hotel del Monte.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Payot were In the
Yosemite Valley recently.
Judge W. W. Morrow and wife have gone to
Senator E. C. Voorheis of Amador County,
accompanied by his wife and daughter, Ger
trude, visitea the Yosemite Valley early in
June and went to Santa Cruz last week. They
will visit Alaska this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanding, Miss Susie
Blanding and Tevis Blanding are occupying
the Bradford cottage la San Rafael.
NEW TO-DAY-DRY- GOODS.
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The enormous crowds that marked the first week of our SAC-
RIFICE CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS amply attest the UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY PRESENTED
BUYERS unusual not only because the sale occurs so much earlier
than ever before, but also from the fact everything is offered at
REDUCTIONS THAT ARE ABSOLUTELY UNPARALLELED.
Below are a few examples of the reductions with which the
sale continues and, in inviting their perusal by ladies requiring dry
goods of any description we assure all that no matter how varied
their wants they can be supplied at equally
TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS FROM ACTUAL VALUES!
LADIES' CAPES, made of fine broadcloth, perforated all over in pretty designs, lined
throughout in light evening shades, rippled collars of satin ribbon, finished at neck
with steel buckle and ribbon bow, tan, brown, navy and black, worth $5, will be
offered at $1 75 each.
LADIES' FINE PERFORATED BROADCLOTH CAPES, lined throughout with fancy
colored silk, velvet collars or rippled satin ribbon finish, full satin bow at'neck, tan.
brown, navy and black, worth $0, will be offered at $2 each.
LADIES' FINE BROADCLOTH DOUBLE CAPES, applique designs of cloth in con-
trasting shades, rolling collar, black, red, tan and navy, worth $6 50, will be offered
at $2 25 each.
LADIES' SINGLE RIPPLE CAPES, made of fine cloth, trimmed with bias bands of
cloth and inserting, velvet collars, worth $7, will be offered at $2 50 each.
At 43.50. I
LADIES' DOUBLE CLOTH CAPES, various designs of trimming, perforated, braided
and embroidered, cloth applique, lace inserting and ribbon, fancy trimmed collar;*
with bows of ribbon, tan, Drown, navy and blacK, worth $3 50, will be offered at
$3 50 each.
LADIES' DOUBLE AND TRIPLE CLOTH CAPES, cloth applique and bias bands,
also perforated and embroidered, fancy ribbon collars, or rolling velvet collars, tan,
brown, navy and black, worth $9 50, will be offered at $4 50 each.
LADIES' DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIPPLE CAPES, made of very fine cloth, richly
trimmed, applique of cloth in contrasting shades, also perforated and embroidered,
rippled fancy collars, finished at neck with buckle and ribbon bow, tan, brown,
navy and black, worth $10, will be offered at $5 each.
At 4 10.00.
LADIES' SINGLE, DOUBLE AND TRIPLE CAPES, made of the finest imported
cloths, varied styles of trimming, jet and lace applique, cloth applique, perforated
silk embroidery, also lace and fancy silk embroidery, plain or plaited ribbon, lace,
or velvet collar, lined throughout with fancy silk, brown, tan, navy and black
worth $17 50 and $20, will be offered at $10 each.
extra >t ADIFS' WRAP£^ EXTRA
special! LADI Ho VVnMrO Special
LADIES' WRAPS, of cheviot, silk, camel's hair and twilled cloth, in black only, elab-
orately braided and lined with silk, worth $10, $12 50 and $15, will be closed out at
$2 45 each.
LADIES' WRAPS, of plain and twilled black cheviot, with or without silk linin^
handsomely braided or embroidered, trimmed with silk fringe, worth $17 50 ami
$20, will be closed out at $4 95 each.
OUTING SUITS AND SKIRTS AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS.
WASH FABRICS! HDIISeHiSHIS!
Cut to 1O Cents a Yard.
575 pieces FINE GRADE DUCK SUITINGS AND PRINTED PIQUES; that were
and 15c. . '
Cut to Tii Cents a Yard.
Large lots BEST AMERICAN SEERSUCKERS, also MEDIUM AND LIGHT CHEV-
IOT SUITINGS; that were 12J^c and 15c a yard.
Out to 5 Cents a Yard.
950 pieces CRAPE FINISH WASH SUITINGS, in old rose, light blue, also fancy col-
orings, odd lots; that were 10c.
Out to SVs Cents a Yard.
A splendid line CRINKLED CREPON SEERSUCKERS, in over 100 styles; a service-
able and stylish fabric, that were 12}£c.
Out to 6 1 /* Cents a Yard.
8 cases CHECK NAINSOOK, good styles and fair quality; reduced from 10c.
Out to 5 Cents a Yard.
All our INDIGO 3-4 PRINTS, FINE GRADE GINGHAMS, etc., to be closed out at 5o
Out to 12% Cents a Yard.
50 pieces FINE PRINTED DIMITIES, neat figures and good styles; reduced from 20c.
Reduoed to 5 Cents a Yard.
FAIR QUALITY UNBLEACHED CANTON FLANNEL, twilled fabric, nicely
napped; reduced from 7>£c.
Reduced to 1 5 Cents a Yard.
BEST GRADE 9-4 XXX SHEETING, our own special brand, most durable in the
market; was IBs^c.
Reduoed to 5 Cents a Yard.
4 cases RUTLEDGE 36-INCH BLEACHED SHEETING; was 6%c.
Reduced to a Fair.
About 75 pairs CHENILLE PORTIERES, broken lines; that were $2 75 to $3 50 a pair.
Reduced to'Sl.OO a Fair.
NICE, STYLISH NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, 3% yards long, well made; reduced
from $1 50.
Reduoed to $1.75 a Fair.
3 lots NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, fully 60 inches wide; that were $2 50.
Reduced to TO Cents a Fair.
2 cases NICE GRAY 10-4 BLANKETS, clean goods; that were $1 a pair.
Reduced to .35 Cents a Yard.
Another case BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK, 56 inches wide, nice stylish neurea.
(Will not sell this to the trade.) - 6
About 2000 REMNANTS AND ODD LOTS IN DUCKS, PERCALES WASH FAB.
RICS generally; also TABLE LINEN, CRASHES, LADIES' SILK AND SATEEN"
SKIRTS, AT ABOUT HALF VALUE. Come early for these.
MS" Our New Illustrated Catalogue is now ready for distribution to oui
COUNTRY patrons, to whom it will be mailed free on receipt or addles*.
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