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..." • Weddings.
'. . . Engagements. ' .
• : ." •: A Satfsalito fete.
I-,; The Castle dinner.
•• •'. Tennis at Monterey.
, ' Mrs. Karl Formes' musicale.
The Bliss barn party at San Mateo.
'.. : " German Literature Club's first meeting.
The -Williams wedding anniversary in
'. Private theatricals at A. S. Hallidie's country
'• pl^ce at Portola.
• ..The following engagements have been an
<• ■ Dave Frank and Miss Beokie Simon.
.. "Phil Hirsh and Miss Beckie Schweitzer.
. John W. Dwlght and Miss Emma Childs.
•' Thomas Hodge and Miss Frances Davison.
-■ . . Louis F. Turtle and Miss Florence Anna
Weddings last week:
WHAT IS GOING ON.
A Sausalito Garden Party-The Cas
tle Dinner-The Barn Party at
A midsummer fete or garden party was given
yesterday at the residence of Mrs. C. C. Wheeler
in Pausalito by the ladies of Opportunity Circle
of the First Congregational Church.
Major-General William H. Dimond, N. G. C,
and his staff gave a dinner in the tapestry
room of the Palace Hotel last Thursday even
ine to Colonel Albert E. Castle, N. G. 0., who
will be married next Tuesday to Miss Jennie
i!, daughter of Mrs. J. W.Winston of
Dgsles. The dinner was a very success
ful and enjoyable affair.
O-n Friday evening, August 2, at A. S. Hal
lidie's country seat, Eagle Home farm, Portola,
the charming operetta, "Widows Bewitched,"
was presented by the following cast, which
rendered it last December for the benefit of the
Pioneer Kindergarten at Mrs. Louis Monte
alegfe: Marquise de Montaubry, Florence
n; Countess de Berg, Daisy Hay Oressy;
. Norma Preston; Mons. de Fremont,
.}.. .'. Purnell; Mons. D' Albert, C. M. Elliot;
.accompanist, Miss Fressa Brooks. The follow-
' T1 - g it was given at Assembly Hull,
J- ■' y, before an audience that filled
'the hall to overflowing, for the benefit of a new
town dock, and was adecided BOCcesa.
The barn party given by Mrs. E. W. Bliss of
KtiM York, at the home of her Runt, Mrs. Mose3
J^ '■ He.;. kins, at Redwood City last Wednesday
evening, was a charming affair. The grounds
and stable vrere gay with lanterns and the
. •.ladies Kener:»lly appeared in cotton gowns and
the men in duck trousers and lounging coats.
The handsome and imposing barn was made
additionally attractive by the addition of
plants, ferns and flowers, while tulle scarfs
Vere gracefully arranged in the greens. Por
tieres covered the doors and from the arches
were suspended netting, with small lamps of
different colors attached. The floor was can
vased and rugs were placed at different points.
In the four corners were grouped wooden
rakes of an old pattern. These were tied with
v-eilow ribbon and they pave a decided Maud
■Muller appearance to the dancing-hall. The
supper was served in the open air under the
oaks adjoining the tennis courts.
Among the guests of Mrs. Bliss who w:-re
present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benedict, Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph D. Redding, Mr. and Mrs. J. Downey
Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hopkins, Mr.
and Mrs. W. MayoNewhall, Mr. and Mrs.George
H. Lent, Mrs. William Howard, Mrs. Henry T.
Scott, Miss May Hoffman, Miss Minnie Hough
ton, Miss Jennie Blair, Miss Bessie Shreve, Miss
Morgan, Miss Isabel McKenna, Miss
Laura Bates Miss Kate Clement. Mi-s
J.aura McKinstry, Miss Mamie Holbrook,
Misi Jennie Hooker, Miss Nellie Hillyer,
Ella Goodall, Miss Jessie Coleman,
Colonel C. F. Crocker. Mr. Edward M. Green
way, Mr. Edward H. Sheldon, Mr. Allan St.
J. Bowie, Mr. Walter Hobart. Mr. William H.
Taylor Jr., Mr. Henry N. Stetson, Mr. Benedict
of New York, Mr. William R. Heath, Mr. J.
W. Byrne, James D. Phelan, Samuel Knight,
Frank L. Owen, H. M. Holbrook, Charles N.
Feiton Jr., Mr. Pillsburv, Clarence McKinstry,
'^oTRe Aimer Newhall, Captain Wainwright,
Ohurles A. Baldwin and Henry Simpkins.
The German Literature Club's first meeting
for the new season was held in the parlors of
the Beresford last Wednesday, when Arthur
Becker delivered his reading from Ibsen's "Pil
lars of Society."
Last Wednesday evening the popular play,
"The Governor," was produced at the opera
house in San Diego by Leon Rey
nolds of New York and the following
£au Diegans: Miss Nellie Nesbitt, Miss Estella
Huyck, Miss Cecelia Dorsey, Miss Maydie
Ready, Little May Mudd, Henry Egan, James
McHeqry, Ltwreooe Dorsey, J. W. G'Sullivan,
F. J. Rodriquez, Walter Madison and Simmons
Mrs. Karl Formes and her pupils gave b. JBU
sieate on Friday at 825!^ Sntter street. An in
:? programme had been arranged and
■was well received.
The Castle-Wlnstoir, Dwlgrht-Childs,
Tuttle-Morg-an and Hodge-Davi
The wedding of Colonel Albert E. Castle of
this City and Miss Jennie Winston of Los An
ill lake pluce in thatcity on Tuesday.
Announcement is made of the engagement
Emma Childs, daughter of Mrs. O. W.
(Hiild? of Los Angeles, to John W. Dwight of
JjTeW York City. m
Announcement has been made of the engage
rr."nt of Miss Florence Anna Morgan, daughter
f.i (ninmantler William A. Morgan, U. 8. N.
I), to Louis F. Tattle, formerly of Cleve-
I iiio, but now of this City.
One of the most notable events of the near
• future wilt be the wedding of Miss Frances
. J-Kviton of Berkeley and Thomas Hodge, a
widely known young business man of Cali
fornia street The ceremony will take place
on tlie 22d mat. at Trinity Methodist Church,
Berkeley, hi*'! will be followed by a supper and
reception, to which a large number of guests
will "be invited. Mflfil
■ The engagement is announced of Miss Beckie
" Schweitzer of 1520 Pacific avenue to Phil
Hirscb df Sacramento. At home Sunday from
.'4 to s' p.m. •
The engagement is announced of Dave
Frank and Miss Beckie Simon, both of this
BEFORE THE ALTAR.
The Hayne-Howard, Spreckels-
Jolilffe, ' Johnson-Cunningham
and Flynn-Slack Weddings.
; The wedding of Duncan nayne and Miss
Agnes Howard, daughter of the late George 11.
Howard, took place, yesterday at noon in the
private chapel at the residence of the groom's
brother. Juage Robert Y. Hayne, in San Mateo.
Only the immediate relatives were invited.
Judge and Mr*. Hayne gave a breakfast after
the ceremony in honor of the bride and groom.
A quiet wedding took place last Monday at
the residence of Mrs. W. EL Jolliffe, 2015 Pacific
avenue, when her daughter. Mi-s Eleanor D.
Joiliffe, was married to Rudolph Spreckels. The
bride has been a gTeat favorite in society circles
since her debut and has a host of friends. The
groom is the youngest son of Claus Spreckels.
He is the president of the Hawaiian Commer
Only relatives were present to witness the
marriage ceremony, which was performed at
noon by Rev. Father Prendertfast. Miss Mary
Jolliffe was the maid of honor and C. A.
Spreckels acted as best man. The bride was
becomingly attired in a tailor-made gown of
tan-colored cloth. After a wedding breakfast
was enjoyed the newly married couple left to
make a southern tour. They will return about
September 1, and will occupy the residence of
Webster Joaes, corner of "Gough and Clay
The wedding of Ellsworth E. Johnson and
Mi>s Frances Cunningham, daughter of James
Cunningham, a retired ranchman of Sonoma
County now residing in this City, and sister of
Mis. Captain Teschurrun, which took place
last Wednesday, was a delightful family affair.
Only the immediate relatives of the parties
were present. The residence was decorated in
smilax, palms and roses. The Rev. Thomas Fil
ben, D.D., of the First Methodist Episcopal
Church, of which both bride and groom are
members, performed the ceremony. After an
elaborate wedding breakfast was served Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson left by the evening train for
a two months' wedding trip in the East. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham,
Mrs. Captain Teschurrun, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Cunningham, Miss Edith Teschurrun, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. A. 8.
Johnson, Joseph Cunningham and the Masters
The wedding of Anthony A. Flynn and Miss
Nellie E. Slack took place at the Paulist Church
last Wednesday at noon. The groom is a deputy
in Tax-Collector Block's office, and the bride
the eldest daughter of Mrs. Julia Slack of this
City. Both are Tell known, and a large num
ber of friends witnessed the ceremony, which
was performed by Rev. Father Wyinan. Miss
Minnie Slack was bridesmaid and Thomas B.
Dwyer acted as best man. After the ceremony
congratulations were showered on the happy
pair. A dejeuner was partaken of by the bridal
party at Delmonieo's, and the afternoon train
to San Jose conveyed them to the Garden City,
where they will pass their honeymoon. Many
valuable presents were received by the couple.
H. P. Millichop, the well-known station agent
of the Park-street (Alameda) office of the
narrow-gauge, was married on Thursday even
ing to Miss Ruth E. Clinton of Portland, Or.
The bride has been on an extended visit to the
family of Arthur F. Barber of Jackson street.
The young couple will spend their honeymoon
at Monterey, and upon their return will oc
cupy a cottage on Chestnut street, Alameda.
Clement R. Johns and Miss Martha Thomas
were united In marriage lßst Tuesday afternoon
at the residence of William F. Johns on Santa
Clara avenue, Alameda, Rev. John Kirby
officiating. The bride recently graduated from
the Alameda High School. The erroom is the
eon of W. F. Johns, superintendent of various
mines in Tuolumne, Shasta and Amador coun
ties controlled Dy an English syndicate, and
■will relieve his father of the management of
the Jacksonville shortly. The honeymoon will
be spent in the southern part of the Estate.
JThe wedding of Earnest Claxton and Miss
Grace M. Thompson took place at the resi
dence of the bride's father in Redwood City
last Monday, Rev. O. M. Hester officiating. A
wedding breakfast was afterward served. The
parlor and dining-room were tastefully deco
rated and draped with beautiful vines and
blossoms. The bride was attired in a hand
some brown traveling dress and carried a
bouquet of white roses. The attendants were
Ulsa Abbie Thompson, sister of the bride, and
George F. Drake ot San Francisco. Only >the
intimate friends and relatives of the contract
ing parties were present. The bride and
groom left for their future home in New York
on the evening train.
At the wedding of John L. Lermen, of the
law firm of Lermen & Kahn, and Miss Emerlta
A. Conoily St. Mary's Cathedral was crowded
last Thursday evening by the friends and rela
tives of the contracting parties. At 9 o'clock
the march from "Lohengrin" was played and
the bridal party entered, led by the ushers,
Julius Kahn, Charles A. Drury, George Devine
and William O'Brien, followed by the brides
maids, Miss Gertrude V. Lermen, Miss Ida
Smythe, Miss Mollie Mulcahy and Miss M. Sul
livan. As they reached the front of the aisle
they separated ana the maid of honor, Miss
Agnes J. Conoily, passed through, followed by
the bride leaning on the arm of her fatner.
They were met by the groom and his best man,
Alex T. Vogelsang.
The ceremony was performed by the Re*-.
Father Yorke, after which a reception was held
at the home of the bride, 637 Ellis street,
near Larkin, where an elaborate supper was
served and the young couple received the con
gratulations of their friends.
The Williams and Hinkel Wedding
Anniversaries— The Bray and Lan
kenau Surprise Parties.
Mr. and Mrs. David Williams gave a reception
in Fruitvale last Wednesday evening, the twen
tieth anniversary of their marriage. The
gnests enjoyed themselves the earlier part of
the evening with music, singing and games,
after which they were invited to the dining
room t<f partake of refreshments. The spacious
rooms were handsomely decorated with ferns
and roses, ivy and sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs.
Williams received a number of handsome pres
ents of china.
Those present were: Rev. Dr. ana Mrs.
Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Grant, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Colquhoon, J. A. CoHjuhoon, Mr. and
Mrs. W r . E. Lebes and son and Misi Edith
Colquhoon, all of Oakland; Miss Mabel Ran
some of East Oakland, Mrs. A. W. Fink and
daughter Alice of Alameda; Mrs. 8. J. Hamil
ton and daughter Ellen cf Alarneda, Mrs. Mhx
Eichrodt of Sacramento, Mre. J. K. Clark, Miss
Anna Kimball, Mrs. W. P. Miller and daugh
ter Elna of Melrose; Mrs. Charles Lehn. Miss
Lena Lehn and Miss Ella Vrooman of
Fruitvale; Jennie Colquhoon of White Rock,
Cal. : William Lander and James C. Colqu
hoon of Mariposa County.
Hinkel Wedding: Anniversary.
Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. William
Hinkel celebrated the tenth anniversary of
their wedding at their residence, corner of Clay
and Buchanan. The house was tastefully dec-
orated with ferns and flowers and an enjoya
ble evening was spent. After music and danc
ing the guests sat down to a supper. Among
those present were: Rev. E. J. Lion, Mrs. E. J.
Lion, Professor J. G. Kennedy. Mrs. J. G. Ken
nedy, Henry T. Bush. Mrs. H. T. Bush, George
E. Dow, Mrs. George E. Dow, Mr. and Mrs. Shan
non, Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Daly,
Mrs J. Smith, Miss Sophie Arnold, H. D. Tur
ner, W. Turner. Mrs. Le Koy Brundajje, Mr. and
Mrs W. Hinkel, Miss Helen Curtis, Miss C. Cur
tiF, Mr. Scbroll, Mrs. Simpson, Miss E. Pfeiffer,
Mrs. Tomiinson, Miss Tomlinson, Miss May
Brown, Walter Douglas, Miss A. McCraith,
Charles Wheat, Miss Bertha Bcribner, Mrs. J. G.
Jones, Miss Maud Smith, P. Hammond, Miss
May Scribner, George Bennett, George A. Hln
The Bray Surprise Party.
Mrs. M. F. Bray was tendered a surprise
party on Sunday evening last at her residence,
724 Grove street, ia honor of her return to the
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALJL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1895.
City. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs*. R.
Dowllng, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bray. Mrs. Ellis,
Miss A. Bray, Miss H. A. O'Rourke, MiM E.
Mannix, Miss E. Buckley, Mists K. Buckley,
Miss M. Daly. Miss A. Daly', Miss E. Reilly, Miss
J. Morrin, Miss S. Morrin, Miss B. O'Connor,
Messrs. R. A. Drake, N. Wynne, Dr. P. J. Con
ran, W. A. Brown, Thomas Hopkins, T. N.
Callen. B. Ward, C. Shaw, J. Casey, F. McDon
ough, D. Creedon, George Hubert, A. G. Litson,
JohnShinn, D. Murphy and J. Campbell.
Corte Madera Clambake.
The Corte Madera Club gave a clambake last
Sunday, which was well attended and was a
great success. Those in charge were J. F. Broad,
James McCue, George A. Folsom, William E.
Jackson, J. H. Behr, W. W. Westerfeld, E.
Scouler, E. Alexander and C. R. Nye. The fol
lowing were the guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Broad and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Behr
and family, Mr. aun Mrs. George A. Folsom,
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Scouler, Mr. and Mrs. E. Alexander and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.C. R. X ve and family, Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cowles
and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Radovich and
daughter, ilr. and Mrs. F. L. Wedgwood and
son, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cantwell, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Swett, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, Mr.
and Mrs. G. J. Reynolds and family, Mr. and
Mrs. William Griswold, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wharff, Mrs. J. J. Shepheard and family, Mrs.
H. Litchfield. James McCue, Miss J. M. Adams,
J. C. Matson, J. Macmillan, Miss Inez Pacheco,
George Sutten Jr., Miss Alice Garter, If. H.
Westerfeld, E. R. Allen, Miss Maud Folsom, J.
Shula, Louis Moller, Miss >'. G. O'lirlen, Walter
Jackson, A. Folsom, William Eastman, Miss
Alice Folsom, Thomas Ryder, George Hanghy,
W. E. Mitchell Miss Mac Folsom, J. L. Hensel,
ired Hobs, B. Woods.
A Mason-Street Surprise.
Mrs. John Lankenau of 2110 Mason street
was given a surprise party last Saturday night.
The affair, which was entirely impromptu,
passed off delightfully. Among those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Lankenau, Mrs. irtarcken,
Mr. and Mrs. Fact. Mr. and Mrs. Rhyma, Mr.
Gerstenberg, Miss Hoffman, Miss Weitsfieimor,
Miss Gerstenberg, Mr. Weisheinier, F. Lanke
n&u and Mr. Hoffman.
The P. D. C. Social.
The fiftieth social of the P. D. C. was held
last Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall.
The grand march, in which about 200 couples
took part, was ied by C. H. Beardsley and Miss
T. Doyle. They were followed by R. Trautner
and Miss C. Tscheiner, L. Q. Haven and Miss
May Doyle, and 11. J. Cordes and Miss Minnie
Boyle. The. affair was altogether very success
ful. The P. D. C. will continue to hold its
socials on the first Tuesday of each month.
Floor Manager Haven was assisted by the fol
lowing committee: C. H. Beardsley, H. J.
Cordes. R. Trautner, Brendon Clark. U. Wilson,
F. A. Norton. H. Zahu, A. C. Wilkins, A. G.
Nagel, W. R. Nelson, C. F. McMenomey aud W.
THE SUMMER RESORTS.
San Franciscans atthe Outing Places
of the Mountains and the
Castle Crags, Aug. B.— Among the late arri
vals at the Tavern cf Castle Crags are: Herman
Cohen, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watt,
San Francisco; Miss Ives, San Francisco; C. L.
Hussey, New South Wales; H. A. Kelley, Butte,
Mont.; Oscar R. Cohst, New York; H. G.
Brown, San Francisco; Miss 11. H. Levy, Miss
P. Levy, San Francisco; W. S. Menton,
A. D. Martin, S. J. Clarke, San Francisco;
Mr. and Mrs. D. May, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs.
C. T. Blahe, Miss Blahe and M. R. Blahe,
Berkeley; J. H. Hayes, San Francisco; Rev. J.
Adam, Los Angeles; MUs Elizabeth Faulke,
Gazelle; H. Folk, Marywille; H. W. Breeden,
Ban Francisco; Mrs. L. R. Webster, Oakland;
Miss A. J. Riergs, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Day, San Francisco; Charles F. Lutgen,
San Francisco; Mrs. F. Russ, San Fran
cisco; Miss Vesta Colby, Berkeley; Miss
Helen Deming, San Francisco; Miss D.
M. Taylor, San Francisco; Dr. and Mrs. Charles
T. Poore, New York; Mrs. J.Campbell Harris.
L. Powers Harris, Henry L. Harris, New York;
E. Bliss, New York; Miss Irene Lowrie, San
Francisco; Miss Elizabeth E. Meehan,
Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Judah
and daughter, San Francisco; C. L. Adams,
Chicago; Mrs. O. M. Trumbull, San Francisco;
Judge P. Van Clief, Judge Niles Searles, Judge
John Uarmes. Judge Eugene Garber and W. F.
Herrin, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. C. J.Titus,
Santa Rosa, Cal., Aug. 10.— Dr. Pierce Pres
ton has gone to San Francisco. Mr. ana Mrs.
W. H. Young have returned from a visit to
Santa Monica. Mrs. R. C. Moodey and chil
dren returned from Los Gatos. Victor Ver
dellet of San Francisco is visiting here. Albert
Thomas of San Bias, Mexico, is in Santa Rosa.
Colonel Hardin has gone to his Mendocino
ranch to look after his business interests. Otis
Allen, the pioneer hop-grower, was a yfsitor
here Friday. Mrs. E. \V. Davis, Superinten
dent of Schools, has pone to Monterey to enjoy
a rest. W. A. Petty of Shasta is in Santa Rosa.
Mrs. George C. Berger of Kenwotki left this
week for Chicago. Don Elliott has returned
from a vacation at Inverness. District Attor
ney Sewall and wife have gone to Capitola for
recreation. Miss Adelaide Elliott has returned
from a two months' sojourn at San Jose. Henry
Meacham of Stony Point was in town Friday.
C.P. Wines, receiver of the Anglo-California
Bank, is in Santa Rosa at present. J. 11. Car
riugton, brother of C. N. Carrington, who has
been camping near here, returned to Sacra
The guests at the Midsummer's Night Club's
fashionable dance at the City Gardens last
night were: Dr. and Mrs. Meneray, Mr. and
Mrs. Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Wright, Mayor
ami Mrs. E. F. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. 1). E.
McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Lummon, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Burnett, Professor
and Mrs. Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brophy,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brush, Mrs. SpaldiriK,
Mrs. Rue, Misses Ada Royal, Gertie Rue,
Anna Cuyler, the Misses McMahon,
Miss Julia O'Meara, Misses Scribner, Edith
Brooks, Lulu Leppo, Dora Kinsel, Bessie
Riley, Miss Hall, Sallie Hall, Miss Cooper, Miss
Hinmans (Oakland), Mrs. Philip Hyde, Misses
Montgomery, Fanny Reynold?, Mary Farmer,
Misses Pearce, Misa Belle Spottswood, Misses
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oate.«, Miss Edna
Finley, Mrs. Spaulding (San Francisco), Mrs.
Dr. Wright, Messrs. Joe Grace, Al Stahl, J. F.
Stanley, M. L. McDonald Jr., Grant O. Rich
ards, Bert Flint, J. R. Edwards, W. S. Gill,
George F. King, M. J. Hall, L. W. Bur
ris, E. Finley, Bert Regsdale, Ney Dona
van, R. J. Pye, John Brophy, Dr.
Pierce Preston, Ed Hall, Clyde Laughlin,
M. L.^ McDonald, Stewart McDonald, Thomas
Graham, C. H. Lane, Clarence Brooks, E. Mer
rill, G. S. McCallum, R. H. Taylor. Dr. Height,
L. \V. Julliard, R. A. Thomp son, Herbert Slater,
J. C. Bims, T. Brosnahan, C. C. Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Swain, Professor F. L. Burk, C. O.
Dunbar, Don Elliott. James O'Meara, W. E.
Luman, Bert Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. Finlaw,
Charles Farmer, Ben S. Hood, W. N. Taylor, \V.
Cloverdale, Cal., Aug. 10.— The arrivals at
Duncans Springs are: Dr. and Mrs. Taylor,
Mrs. Beers. Dr. Reeves, S. B. Blake, W. Red
mond, J. McManus and wife, D. A. Macphie,
Mrs. Eitenne, F. C. Moseback. William B. Hunt,
H. Hill, J. O. Duncan, J. McCoy, Rev. L. T. Mr-
Cray, Mr. and Mrs. W. Thompson, Charles J.
Covilland, Mrs. J. Hughes and children, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Brown, George McCray, Miss Ad
die Lance, Miss Minnie El well, Miss Minnie
Caldwell and Charles L. Domine.
Santa Cruz, Aug. 9.— Late arrivals at Hotel
Capitola are: Edward N. Hilton, C. Pcador
and wife, 8. Gadsby, L. Williams, Miss Stewart,
Miss Jardina. Miss Scott, Miss Taylor, F. W.
Stansfield, B. C. Gadsby, Santa Cruz: L. A.
Smith, Chicago; Joseph Ball, Felton; Frank D.
Ryan, Sacramento; A. H. Buily, M.D., Santa
Cruz; T. G. Hart and wife, Fresno; Luke G.
Sresovich, S. Sluparich, San Francisco.
Santa Cruz, Aug. 9.— Recent arrivals at Hotel
Del Mar are: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nunan, Maurice
J. Nunan, Essie Nunan, Cyril R. Nunan, John
Barrett, Stockton; Mrs. A. McNamee, Poltom;
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Welsh, Sacramento; Miss
E. A. Donovan, Mrs. M. Deane, Mrs. M. 51c-
Carty, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Donovan,
Miss' K. Dooling, Miss K. Flinn. Hollister.
Movements of People In the Swim
Who Are Out of Town for the
Mrs. Moses Hopkins will spend a fow weeks
at Paso Robles.
Mrs. Gashwiler, Miss Gashwiler and Miss
Laura Gashwiler have returned from Paso
Robles and are staying at the Occidental.
Einile A. Bruguiere Jr. has gone, to visit Dr.
and Mrs. Charles B. Brighani at their home
at Lake Tahoe.
William C. Carl, the musical director and or
ganist ol the First Presbrterian Church on
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nTT tt Tin-n i "nnnumvrm I in black and a variety of colors, with
VII If HUD A \VV MUK T I various styles of trimming, worth $6 50,
UILJi UElilll 1 1. ' will be closed out at $2 50 each
At 50 Cents.
20 pieces 22-INCH BLACK FIGURED nTrTT -nrmvnn TinTTTimni
TAFFETA, small neat designs, former nTTTT H BE M' V T A P7UTQ I
price 75c, will be closed out at 50c a UfllLUllljll U JAuJiijllJ .
At 85 Cents. At $1.50.
30 pieces BLACK FIGURED SATIN, rich CHILDREN'S • DOUBLE-BREASTED
designs former price $125, will be JACKETS in navy and scarlet twilled
dosedout K. P }S. ' cheviot, sailor collars and sleeves, very
closed out at boc a yard. neatly trimmed with black soutache
At $ 1 00 braid, worth $3 50, will be closed out at
40 pieces BLACK FIGURED GROS- 150each -
GRAIN SILK, fine, heavy quality,
handsome designs, former price $1 50,
will be closed out at $1 a yard.
„ ZZ^ nnnT,n , LADIES SUITS !
BLACK DRESS GOODS ! *;**. ,
LADIES' SUITS, navy and, black seree,
At 50 Cents. worth $9, will be closed out at $4 95
20 pieces 45-INCH FINE SILK LUSTRE each ' ■- . '
ALPACA, worth 85c, will be closed At $7.50.
out at 50c a yard. LADIES' SUITS, navy, black and tan
aa. _,- n . cheviot, box jacket and skirt, lined
At 50 LentS. throughout, worth $12 50, will be
20 pieces 45-INCH ALL-WOOL ENGLISH . closed out at $7 50 each.
CHEVIOT, worth $1, will be closed out __ ' ;
at 50c a yard. «r"See To-day's Examiner and Chi
ifU Murphy Building, /
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llidlJLul ulili Juliuo OUCuld.
Fifth avenue, New York, is on his way here and
will remain in the State for about a month.
At his home near Santa Margarita General P.
W. Murphy is entertaining Peter Donahue,
Charles and Philip Fay, Richard HotaliiiK and
Madison Groves ; Mrs. N. G. Argues, Miss Maude
Argues, Miss Lolita McGeoghegan and Miss
Mrs. Henry Wetherbee is spending the sum
mer in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Hicks left on Monday
for Redondo Beach after a short visit to this
City and Del Monte. They will be joined thore
by Mrs. Hager and her three daughters on the
15th of this month.
Miss Cora Smedberg has returned from Castle
Crags and will spend the latter part of this
month at Del Monte.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Crooks are expected to re
turn from their Alaskan and Northern Cali
fornian trip about the middle of August.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoppln have returned
from San Rafael and have taken a flat on Van
Ness avenue, near Pine street, for, the winter
Mrs. le Roy Hough and her son will return
to the Hotel Mateo on Saturday, after spending
the past two months in Chicago.
Mrs. M. H. Ilecht and Miss Sadie and Miss
Grace Hecht leave for the East on September 1.
Mis 3 Grace Hecht will remain in Baltimore
during the winter to finish her education.
Captain T. F. Kane, U. S. N\, has been ordered
to the command of the Monterey.
Lieu tenant-Commander E. C. Pendleton, U.
S. N-, has been detached from the Monterey and
granted two months' leave of absence.
Lieutenant-Commander J. W. Carlin.U. S. N.,
is now executive commander of the Monteiey.
Lieutenant-Commander C. 11. West, U. S. X.,
will report for duty on the Thetis on August 21.
Passed Assistant' Surgeon J. E. Page, U. S. N.,
has been ordered to the Philadelphia.
Lieutenant J. B. Milton, U. S. N., haa been
ordered to the Monterey us navigating officer.
Lieutenant Richard Mitchell, U. 8. N., has
been detached from the Wabash and ordered
to the Olympia.
Ensign E. H. Campbell, U. S. N ., Ensign C. J.
Lang, U. S. N., and Ensign 0. C. Fewell, U. S.
N have been ordered to the Philadelphia.
Ensign C. L. Hussey, U. S. N., has been de
tached from the Philadelphia and ordered to
Lieutenant-Colonel W. H. H. Benyaurd,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., has been in Wash
ington, D. C, during the past week.
Ensign L.A. Bostwick, U. S. N., has been
df-ui-hed from the Monterey and granted three
months' leave of absence.
Misses Maud and Bessie Younger are passing
the summer at Lucerne, Switzerland. Mrs. \V.
J Younger will soon leave for the ERSt to re
main durine the winter, and next spring she
will be joined by Dr. Younger and go to
Miss Muriel Homan, a granddaughter of Sir
Sidney Woterlow, ha 3 arrived from London
and is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Alfred Ford, at
her villa, Fairseat, at San Mateo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Crooks will return from
Alaska next week.
Mrs. A. N. Towne and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
E. Worden will soon leave f o visit Lake Tahoe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dutard have leased the resi
dence of W. B. Wilshire on Buchanan street
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Cutler Paige will pass the
autumn and winter at the Hotel Richelieu.
Mr. and Mrs. William Babcock (nee May)
sailed from New York City last Saturday on
the steamer Werra for Genoa, Italy.
Miss Jennie Catherwood is expected to return
from the East in a fortnight.
Mrs Milton S. Latham and Mrs. C. V. Gum
mer are at the Sea Beach Hotel In Santa Cruz.
Mrs. Loland Stanford has been at Lake Tahoe
during the past week.
Mrs. Robert Mackenzie is registered at Paso
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ellicott have returned
from Baltimore and are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Schwerin at their residence 1111
Mrs. Lloyd Tevis and Miss Brecklnridge are
at the Hotel del Monte for * few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs.T. C. Van Ness and Miss Daisy
Van Ness have returned from Southern Cali
fornia and will soon go to Del Monte for a few
Mr and Mrs. J. Philip Pmith and family and
Miss Anita Gonzales, of Santa Cruz, will leave
for Europe next Thursday, and will be away
several months. •
Mrs. William H. Crocker and her two chil
dren went to Castle Crags several days ago to
remain a couple of week".
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sheldon were in Saratoga,
N. V., last week.
Miss May Hoffman left last Thursday to visit
Dr. (.?. B. Somers will leave for Japan on Au
gust 13, and will be away about tnree months.
Richard Gwin will spend a month at Paso
Mrs. W. 8. dv Val, accompanied by her two
daughters, Miss Catharine dv Val and Miss
Robson, are in London.
Mrs. D. Van Denburgh of Los Gatos is visit
ing friends in this City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alexander will be pleased
to Bee their friends Sunday, August 11,
afternoon and evening, at their residence,
1322 Fillmcre street, on the occasion of the
twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding.
A tarty oieisrut went up to Stockton last Fri
Utif Murphy Building, ./
iildllul dilll Jlillijii oil to.
day on the J. D. Peters for a. moonlight trip.
I Arriving there on Saturday morning ihey took
i a swim In the Jackson baths, visited the points
! of interest and returned Saturday night. The
| members of the party were: Captain and Mrs.
I F Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hooper, Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Holbrook, Miss J. Hosier and Miss
S. C. Greenberg has gone East on a short trip.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Seely are spending a short
season at the El Monte Hotel, Sausalito.
Mrs. F. O. Wilby ajid her sister, Mrs. J. B.
Poultney, are at the El Monte, Sausalito.
Miss A*. L. Doyle has gone to the Mendocino
mountains for three weeks.
ONE BIT OF FAIRYLAND
May Be Seen Where the Victoria Lily
Reigns in the Park— To Bloom
Visitors to the conservatory in Golden
Gate Park may get a glimpse of a real
fairyland, for the majestic Victoria Regia
water-lily is in bloom, and the stiff little,
circular.pond is transformed into a spot
of singular beauty by the gardener's art.
At no time in the history of the park has
the Victoria lily reached such a perfect
state of adolescence as at ? present. Gar
dener Cole, who has charge of the exotics,
claims that it ■will blossom to-day and that
the plant will then be seen at its best.
Indeed such mighty leaves were never be
fore Been to float upon water in San Fran
cisco. There are twelve of them, great
circular vessels of living color. Two or
three measure just five feet in diameter
and have projecting upright rims fully six
inches high. Their structure shows
through the green in lines of a yellowish
tinge, describing a series of geometric
figures as truthfully as the spider's web,
though the girders f and trusses of the
leaves underneath are unseen. The leaves
have spread almost entirely over the pond,
forcing back to the wall the '• beautiful
flowers and leaves of the Nymphia, of the
Duke (or Duchess) of Devon, and make a
display that deeply impresses all who see
Friday last a spiked bulb was peeping
above the water like the head of an ugly
creature . of . the sea, > but it contained ; a
flower, the equal of which for size, colors
and the extraordinary characteristic of
changing its hues from deep, vivid purple
to pure white through a series of grada
tions in pinks is unknown;
AN INSURANCE SUIT.
£11 Marks Wants 95000 and Coinmli-
■ ions From Butler & Haldon.
Eli Marks is the plaintiff in a suit against
Butler & Haldon, insurance agents, for
$5000 and a percentage on premiums. He
says- that early last year he gave up his
office on a stipulation that was embodied
in the following written promise:
San Francisco, March 1, 1894.
Eli ifarks Esq.— Dear Sir: During your leave
of absence from this State it is understood that
for eight months from April 1, 1891, your
salary will be fixed at $'.225 rer month, and
then during further absence 2a per cent com
mission on office net premiums and 15 per
cent commission on outside premiums until
further notice. Yours truly,
Butler & Haldon.
Marks says that he carried out his agree
ment and did not return to California until
June 18. He received $225 a month, accord
ing to his statement, up to December 1, but
has received no money since.
Amateur Editor* and Authors.
A meeting of the Golden State Amateur Press
Association was held at 2735 Clay street, Thurs
day evening. Daniel J. McCarthy of the High
School Recorder presided. The winners of the
laureeteships wera awarded their official rib
bons. D. J. McCarthy, H. A. Igoe, Roy Block
and Franklin C. Mortimer were the winners.
The resignation of the official editor ecessi
tated an election and William A. Day of Oak
land was chosen to fill that office for the unex
pired term. A musical and literary entertain
ment succeeded the business meeting.
A Bank to Retire.
The Fallbrook Bank of Fallbrook, San Diego
County, has asked the Bank Commissioners to
pay iv depositors in full, and retire from busi
ness. No action has as yet been taken on the
application, but as the bank is in excellent
condition the request will probably be granted.
The capital stock of the bank Is $50,000.
BLANKET DEPARTMENT !
This week we shall place on sale 10 cases
fine Lamb's-wool Blankets, the product of
the Golden Gate Mills, San Francisco. We
recommend them stronclv —
Because they are HOME PRODUCTS,
Because they are BETTER MATERIAL.
Because they are CHEAPER
Than any Eastern makes.
At $6.75 a Pair.
10-4 FINE GOLDEN GATE BLANKETS,
every thread fine Australian wool;
At $7.50 a Pair.
12-4 EXTRA SIZE FINE MISSION MADE
LAMB'S-WOOL BLANKETS; worth
At $9.75 a Pair.
13-4 SUPERFINE WHITE MISSION
BLANKETS, soft, fine, fleecy finish;
worth $12 50.
At $12.50 a Pair.
14-4 EXHIBITION LAMB'S- WX3OL MIS-
SION BLANKETS, largest and best
made almost; value for $17 50.
At 15 Cents a Yard.
BLACK SILK BOURDON LACE, 3 inches
wide, regular price 30c, will be closed
out at 15c a yard.
At 25 Cents a Yard.
BLACK SILK BOURDON LACE, 5 inches
wide, regular price 50c, will be closed
out at 25c a yard.
At 35 Cents a Yard.
BLACK SILK BOURDON LACE, 6 inches
wide, regular price 75c, will be closed
out at 35c a yard.
At 25 Cents to 50 Cents a Yard.
WHITE AND CREAM GRENADINE,
SEWING SILK and CHIFFON VEIL-
ING, with black dots; a complete as-
'onicle for Additional Cuts in Prices.
IfU Murphy Building, /
Market anS Jones Sirests.
OBJECTED TO BLOOMERS
S. Korper's Dog Ordered to
Appear in the Police Court
It Seized Hold of Miss Mary E.
Look's Trousers and Bit Her
S. Korper, fur manufacturer, 916 Market
street, is the owner of a dog that has a de
cided antipathy to bloomers, which it
manifested on several occasions.
He and the dog were on Golden Gate
avenue last Sunday when Misa Mary E.
Look of 405 Geary street rode past on her
bicycle, attired in a neat-fitting bloomer
Korper's dog eyed her grimly and ma
liciously for a moment and then made a
rush at her. The dog sprang at her and
seized the wide trousers in its teeth. Miss
Look screamed with fright, and in her ex
citement jumped off her bicycle. The dog
still held on to tbe trousers and kept tug
ging at them. Finally Miss Look uttered
a piercing snneK of pain. The dog had
inserted iis teeth in her leg. Korper
rushed at the dog and released Miss Look
from her unpleasant predicament.
Korper was profuse in his apologies, but
Miss Look was too indignant and hurt to
accept them, and informed him that she
would sue him. She found out that the
dog was not licensed and accordingly
swore out a warrant in Judge Conlan's
court for Korper's arrest on the charge of
allowing an unlicensed dog to run at
The case was heard by Judge Conlan
yesterday morning. Miss Look gave her
evidence and Korper was put on the stand.
Prosecuting Attorney Morgan asKed him
if his dog had any particular objection to
bloomers, and he replied that he sup
The Judge convicted Korper and or
dered him to appear for sentence to-mor
row morning. ''Bring the dog with you,"
said the Judge, "but kindly leave him in
tne omce of the Prosecuting Attorney, as I
don't desire to have a dog that has such
an aversion to bloomers to appear in court.
I will then decide what to do with the
JOHN S. DOE'S ESTATE.
The Executors Ask for Permission to
Sell Property at Market and
Bartlett and Charles F. Doe, executors,
rendered their first annual report yester
day of the John S. Doe estate. They repre
sent the year's account to be as follows:
Total income, $145,610 10; disbursements,
$115,589 86; cash balance, $30,020 24.
A large variety of mining and other
stocks included in the inventory are de
clared to be worthless.
The executori ask for permission to sell
the property belonging to the Doe estate,
at the corner of Market and Taylor streets.
John S. Doe owned a half interest in the
property, and the other half is owned by
Charles S. Do«. The latter states that he
is ready to sell if $600,000 can be obtained
for all the property, and it is stated in the
report that h»lf of that amount has been
offered for the John S. Doe interest.
MAODONOUGH TO STAY.
He Will Live at Sausalito and Sail the
Joseph M. Macdonough has decided to
live in California and rest from his travels
round the world.
Mr. Macdonough has one particular fad,
and that ia yachting, which, his friends
say, comes to him from his father, who
died recently in this City. Commodore
Macdonough did more, perhaps, than any
CARRIAGE PA RABOLS, in Gloria silk,
lined, in black only, will be closed out
at $1 each.
CARRIAGE PARASOLS, in Gloria silk,
lined aud ruffled trimmed, will be
closed out at $1 25 each.
At 75 Cents.
100 dozen LADIES' 4-BUTTON REAL
KID GLOVES, in tan shades, extra
value for $1 25, will be closed out at 750
75 dozen LADIES' 8-BUTTON LENGTH
MOUSQUETAIRE DRESSED KID
GLOVES, in dark and medium colors,
also black, extra value for $1 50, will be
closed out at $1 a pair.
At 75 Cents.
72 dozen MEN'S CAMEL'S-HAIR UN-
DERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, fancy
silk finished, extra value for $1 25, will
be closed out at 75c each.
50 dozen MEN'S UNDYED SCOTCH
WOOL UNDERSHIRTS and DRAW-
ERS, full regular made, warranted
thorougnly shfunk,former price accord-
ing to size, $1 75, $2 and $2 25, will be
closed out, all sires, at $1 50 each.
Laifis 1 Swiss! Merw!
At 75 Cents.
LADIES' SWISS RIBBED SILK AND
WOOL VESTS, low neck and sleeve-
less, blacK and cream color, regular
price $1 35, will be closed out at 75c each.
lei/ Murphy Building, J
Market anil Joass Streets.
other man on the bay to foster yachting
and the legitimate use of boats in racing.
He persistently refused to allow his boats
to be entered "in races where there were
A few years ago he built his last boat —
the Jessie— with the intention of surpass
ing all other craft on the bay. In dimen
sions the Jessie is the largest yacht on the
bay. She is quite up to Joseph Macdon
ough's idea for an unpretentious summer
cruiser, so he has thoroughly renovated
tne Jessie, which his father used to sail,
and put her into commission.
THE THIRD'S ELECTION.
It Nearly Resulted in the Choice of
Major James F. Smith for
The late election in the Third Regiment,
while a unanimous one, wa3 not without
opposition* before tne ballot was taken.
Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. O'Connor was
elected by the vote of every line and field
officer present, but had Major James F.
Smith consented to run the result would
have been widely different. Smith was
the choice of a caucus before the meeting,
and when the election was held and nomi
nations were called for Smith's name was
proposed and seconded.
Twice Smith got up and declined the
nomination, but the nominator refused to
withdraw the name and his second sup
Colonel Macdonald, who presided at the
election, ruled that unless the name was
withdrawn he would have to recognize
Smith as a candidate, and as his nomina
tor would not withdraw it the ballot com
menced with Smith and O'Connor in the
held. When it came to the vote, however,
Smith's friends decided to take down his
name and submit it for the lieutenant
colonelcy, so O'Connor was elected with
out opposition. There was another argu
ment over the position of lieutenant
colonel, but Smith finally decided to accept
and he had no one against him.
Next Wednesday the officers of the Third
Regiment will meet, and the books will
then be turned over to the ntw colonel.
They will be thoroughly experted, and
much of what the regiment has been com
plaining about will at least be made plain
to the officers, if not explained to them.
There has been much speculation as to the
state of the financial condition of the regi
ment, and it is intended to examine these
books particularly. There is also much
opposition to the shortage in the band
fund, which is much depleted. In fact, the
fund is reduced to nothing at all. There is
an allowance of $35 a month for the band,
and where this money has gone is to be a
question before the meeting.
Philippides was, according to the hon
orable rimy, a pair of seven-league boots
in himself. "He ran 170}^ miles in the
space of two days."
t- MRS..': HARRISON'S.
J^J^ . JtKMOVES Freckles, • Moth
/*yv*~A. tll _ Patches, Sunburn, Sallowness,
- .-■ . Black-heads, Pimples and every
discoloration or blemish of the skin, rendering the
skin as pure and clear and white as it was in baby
days. Guaranteed perfectly 'harmless.". It never
fails to cure. Ladies * who value a ; nice, '•' clear,
natural complexion should not fall to use it. Price,
$1.00 per bottle. ■■ All Druggists.
TV T> TA T PfiT Ladle* out of town send-
XIVIJ^i.IJXA»/l. ing this ad. with 100 in
stamps will receive a book of Instructions and a
box of Skin Food and Face Powder free.
riRS. \ NETtTe" HARRISON,
40 and 43 Geary Street, San Francisco,