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THEY WERE WEDDED
AT THE CATHEDRAL
Nuptials of Miss Annie
O'Kane and Dr. Theo
dore Rethers.
Miss Mamie Kelly and Stephen
Gill United at St
Brigid's.
Interesting Ceremony at San Rafael.
Jennings-Dou hi t and Ehret.
Fechter Nuptials.
One of the most Interesting social events of
the past week was the wedding of Miss Annie
O'Kane, daughter ot Mrs. M. E. O'Kane, and
Dr. Theodore Rethers.
The nuptials were celebrated on Wednesday
morning at half-past 9 at St. Mary's Cathedral
on Van Ness avenue, Rev. Father McQuade
officiating.
The decorations of the church were simple
but most artistic, palms and ferns being used
exclusively. On theaJlar ourucJ innumerable
tapers.
The bride was attended by Miss Nellie
Games, who officiated as maid of honor, and
Miss Gertrude Sutc'.iffe and Monie Fogarty,
who acted as bridesmaids. Frank Dunn v;us
best man and the ushers were: Dr. Lustig,
Percy Long, Frank O'Kane and Horace How
ard. W. D. O'Kane, the bride's brother, gave
her into the keeping ot the groom.
After the church ceremony, an elaborate
breakfast was served by Ludwig at the resi
dence of the bride's mother on O'Farrell street.
covers were laid for seventy-five.
The bride was handsomely attired in a
modish gown of white satin. The jupe was
made en train and the corsage trimmed with
chiffon.
Miss Games, the maid ot honor, wore a
pretty gown, the yoke of which was taanloned
hi yeUow satin and the corsage ot while
organdie.
The bridesmaids were dressed alike in pink
6atin nnd white organdie. AH the young
ladles wore large white Gains-borout;ti litu».
Dr. und Mrs. Ketuers have gout to Dei Monte
for their bridnl tour. On their return they
will reside on the corner of Van Ness avenue
and Vallejo street.
Miss Mamie Kelly and S'ephen A. Gill were
married by the Rev. Katner Ryan nt St.
Brigitl's Church Wednesday evening, Septem
ber 9. Mi-s Kale Maghan acted as bridesmaid
and Eugene Gill, a brother ot the groom, was
best man. The bride ai:d bridesmaid, both
brunettes, were Ure.-sed la white and pre
sented a charming appearance.
Mr. Gill is a popular native son and well
knovvn in the business circles of this City.
At the appointed hour the church was well
filled with the numerous friends vi the con
tracting parties and after u;e ceremony a re
ception wns held at the home of the bride.
The ho -se was tastefully decorated with ever
greens and flowers. The presents were numer
ous, many of them combining beauty with use
fulness, ihe Snorky Social Ciub," of which
Mr. Gill is a charter member and officer, i.re
sented him with a substantial check as a token
of their regard. The musical programme was
excellent and varied. Mr. Ptuiuger gave a
whistling solo, accompanied on the piano.
Mrs. Ffininger delighted the assemblage with
a recitatiou. J. J. Boyle, W. W :-chmitz,
B. Jeremiah Hyland, J. tcully and others xuil:
solos. The Snorky Quartet, composed of
Messrs. Boyle. Hyland, \V. Wand and 11. L.
Schmitz, \vas*inatnr»ilnnce and sans some fine
songs, which were \\eil received. After enjoy
ing the music and merry-making the guests
were invited to the dining-room, wncre an
elaborate fea^t had been prepared. The genial
Colonel Billy Jordan started the toast-making
and many were the appropriate and sincere
expressions for the weliare oi the yuuii,;
couple.
The following were present: Mr. and Mrs.
John Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr.
and Mr.-, ihonias Boyle, Mr. and 2<lrd. c'te^ar
Valente, Mr. and Mrs. Marti a Detels, Mr. and
Mrs. F.a McKvoy, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Detele.
Mr. and Mrs. John McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Marden, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Finnigan,
Mr. and Mrs. Jo>eph Murpoy, Mr. uud Mr*.
Henry Callahan, Mr. und Mrs. Stinson Vance,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garthorne, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Owens, Mr. and Mrs. James Ovens, Mrs. J.
Devine, Mrs. William Boyle. Mrs. William
Akman.Mrs. Lena i.iine. the Misses Acnes and
l^oretia Murphy, the Misses Annie and Lizzie
Devine, the Muses Katie and Lizzie McGahan,
the Missel Louisa and Jonauna Meyer, the
Misses Jennie and Nellie McGonicie, Miss
Maggie Spowa/t, Miss Annie Kelly, Miss Lz
zie Quigley, Miss Ceiia Mann, Miss May Bel
lew, Misa Sosie O'Donnell. Miss Alice Tnrbin,
Miss Mary Campbell, Mi.^s Maggie McKee,
Miss Kate Mageoni, Mis.s Annie Akmann, Miss
Sop. lie Detels, Hisa Julia Murphy, M:s-. Amelia
Buebolt, Miss Julia Alien, Miss Mamie Finn,
Messrs. Aiex Imbrie, Bart Mahoney, Eugene
GUI, Herbert Schmnz. Walter Schinitz, 1;
raiun Hyiand, E.i Colvin, Kd Nelson, James
Rielpy, Willium Meyer, Jieury Meyer, Frank
Pfeiff«r, Charles Stewart, John' Roach, Thomas I
Carr, Al Kueboldt, Harry O'Lrieii. John !
Whasen. WilLittm Drown, Eugene Valente, I
Frauk Zana, Eugene Detels, Wil.iam Detels,
Charles Akmann, Colonel William Jorlan,
Captain Evi Graham, Ed Feeney, John Bulli- '
van. Otto Pikhl, Peter Owens tr., Jonn i
Scully, Jerry Regan, Professor John Wler, \
George Duffy, Wiiliam McMunus, James Kelly, \
John Kelly, William Delaney, Dave Wilson,
I'harits Johanson, M tin uel Rogers, Masters Ed
Boyle, Herbert Boyie, Leonard McEvoy.
One oi the preititst weddings oi tife season
was ti. at of Miss Zuneila Dee Eiiiot and K. B.
Laucel. celebrated iv ban Rafael Saturday,
September 12, at the residence ol Mrs. F. P. !
El iot. The Ceremony toot place iv the
music-room, which was btautifu'ly decorated i
in wime satin ribUm. sruilnx and asters. Rev.
Dr. I>'obei was the officiating clergyman. The
bride was gowned in white brocaded sa in,
w.th mousseliue <Je sole and pearl trimmings.
Her veil was caught up with a beantif nl dia
mond 6tar, the gift of the groom. The maid of
honor, Mi-s Eaith Eiiiot, wore pink taffeta
covered with sillc orgitnuie, aid the brides
maid, Miss Pearl Cottle of San Jose, was dressed
in pule green brocaded silk covered with
mousfseline de t-oie. The atiendants wore
gold and turquoise hearts, presents from the
grtiom. Immediately after the ceremony the
wedding breakiast was served, and during the.
afternoon recepiicn Mr. Lantlsberger, Mr.
Flieshman, Miss Jennie Lehn, Charles Elliot
and Dr. Rodden. frienda of the bride, enter
tained tne guests wi:h mu^lc. Later Mr. and
Mrs. Lanc.rl left for L-.k<t Tahoe, where they
will remain sosm time.
The marriage of C J. Jennings and Miss
Jennie Douthitt took place on September 12
at the residence of the'bride's mother. On ac
count of the recent death of the bride's father,
Judge D. W. Doutliitt, the ceremony was pri
vate, the gutsts being only members of the
family.
The" wed-iing of Antoine Ehret and Miss
Jennie Fichter was celebrated Saturday even
ing, Septem!>er 12, at the residence oi Mr.
Hoch, the bride's brother. The bride was
charmingly gowned in white silk, gown made
en train, aad c>rried Bride's roses. The brides
maid was Mi.-s Joaie Denis. Charles Ehret,
brother of the br degroom, acted as best man.
After the ceremony v reception was held, at
tended by ti-.e immediate fru lids, and an elab
orate supper wus berved. The young couple
were the lecipu-nts of many handsome pret
ente. Mr. ai?d Mrs. Ehret kit for San Jose for
the houeyniuuu.
ENGAGEMENTS.
Announcement Is Made of Be-
trothal Receptions.
The engagement reception of Miss Birdie E.
Coleman and Sun Abrams will take place on
Sunday, September 20, from 2 to 5 o'clock, at
915 Buchanan street.
Tie engagement reception of Miss Ray Harris
and Harry Casner will take place this Sunday,
September 20, from 2 to 5 o'clock, at 1413
Jackson street.
Ihe engagement is announced of A. N. Jack
sou to Miss Annie Harris, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Harris of 1804 Laguna street. They
will receive .Sunday, October 4.
The engagement is announced of Miss Allie
McUuan to Francis E. Dunn, a prominent and
wealthy Chicago attorney. The wedding will
take place in November.
SURPRISE PARTY.
Mill Valley Reception in Honor
of Miss Dorcas Burtchaell.
A very pleasant surprise party was tendered
Miss Dorcas Burtchnell at her beautiful home
in Larkspur on Tuesday evening in honor of
her turUiafty. xiie boose and grounds were
handsomely decorated for the occasion. After
enjoying music and dancing ti ll midnight the
assembled guests sat down to an elegant re
past.
Among those present were: Mr<. M. E. Eas I
lnau, Mrs. W. Jackson, Mr=. T. 11. Walsh, Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Bnrtchsell, Mi-s Belle Brown,
Mi-s Annie Farrell, Miss Susie Bmith, Mi-s
Bichards, Miss M«e Rich«r la, Misa Lottie
Gruoer, Miss Dorcas HunchaeU. M;s- Mab.-l
. Miss Ethel Walsh, Messrs. Joh;i Rhod< s,
George Farrell, C. Harmon, Bart Hurtchaeli, R.
h. Duke, J. Hooker, W. Jackson, C. Burtchaell.
OUTING PARTIES.
Young People Celebrate Admis
sion Day in This Pleasant
Fashion.
Miss Mabel Church gave a number of her
friends a very enjoyable outinn Ht Like La
gunitas on Admission day. The party was
chaperoned by Mrs. Backett, Mrs. Vas'et and
Mrs. Church. Her guests were : Miss Savage
of Alameda, the Misses White of Oakland, Miss
Cairy Hewsonof Larkspur, Mi-s Lou Mcßoyle,
Miss Gertrude Paiker, Miss Belle Norton. Miss
Kittie Anderson of San Francisco; Messrs.
Robert Butler, Hope Frost, Marcel Cerf. Ben
Brooks, J. H. Wheeler. Curl iSuiith, Robert
Hewson, Paul Jones, Dr. Rawdor, Mr. Buskey
and Mr. Ireland.
Admission day was fittingly celebrated by a
party of thirty young people in a novel and
most enjoyable trip to Mil brae. Leaving the I
residence of Mr. and Mrs. B twdinan, '2-3 Fair
Oaks street, at ?< a. m. the party arrived at the |
grounds at lv:15 a. m. Games, diuicing. races, j
beanbap a".d football anci an elaborate lunch- !
eon were ihorougii y . |oyed. 'i :i m i resent
were: Miss T. Stevens, Sli*s a. Colbertson,
Miss L. Finch, Mis» G. Cutting, M ss M. K.
Boardman, M s< A. B'-Hrdmnn, Mi-s N. lioard
man, M:ss U. Smith, Miss A. Spatrowe, Miss A.
Morehuuse, M. Norris, Mrs. <.ai.»:iioru,
Mrs. Boardman; F. Cmig, P. Clarke. R. Cie
land. Dr. Sm:tn, 1^ Bernheim, J. Cross, A.
Lnndy, J. Thompson, W. Day, A. Gnnninson,
R. Clarke, V. Walsh, G. Horlou, C. Halleu and
J. Boaraman.
AT OAKLAND
The Misses Jessie Neuman and
Pearl Hickman Tendered
a Benefit.
Elite HhII, at the cornrr of Twelfth and
Franklin streets, ©ak!an<i, was crowded to the
ioors lust Wednesday evening, September Hi, I '
the. occasion being a benefit tendered the J
Misses Jessie Ntuman and Pearl Hickman. i i
These clever and talented children I aye lately
performed at many private and public enter
tainments in Oakland, and at the rtij.-st of
the managers of tne Industrial Fair, recently I.
held in Oakland, pave an exhibition of their \
daucine there. The appreciation of the audi- I
enM was shown by th< lr heai t v a: plaii.^.-.
After the entertainment die floor was c eared j
f<»r dancing, « hie. ■ was indulged i:i until &
late h> ur. Fo lowing is a programme of the !
evening's entertainment :
Overture, orenestra. Comedietta, "A Happy
Pair": riiHrHCters — Mr. Honeyton, Mr. Frank
Moore; Mrs. Honeyton, Eateiia Millar. Over
ture, orchestra; butterfly dance. Pearl Ulcfc
man and Jes^le Nemnaii ; vocal s«)io, te ected,
Mrs.R, Kevalk. Scene, "King John": < iiarac
t«n—Hubert, George E.Clarke; Prince Arthur,
Jessie Neuman: attendant, Hobart Pnrdy.
Character song and dance. I'earl Uickman.
'•The Pardon" : Character-- Qieen, Miss Hilma
Butler ; Marlon, Xisa Edna [tall; page. Miss
Alma Ferris. Specialty, Jessie Neuman; dub
swinging, Mr. Frederick Lewis; sailors' horn
pipe. Pearl Hickman; overture, orchestra.
Pantomimic posing— Mist Nellie Fox, Miss
Maud Newnard, Mi^s Rnby Stimpson, Miss
Jessie Neuman and Mi>s lean Hickman; an
nouncer, Miss Hiima Butler.
SAILED AWAY.
Society People Lfave for a Visit
to the Islands.
The passenger-list of the steamship Alameda,
which sailed on Thursday for Honolulu, Auck
land anil Sydney, included: E. B. Beard and
wife, W. T. Brigham, Dr. A. H. Bryant, wife
and child, Miss A. Cabiil, Mrs. S. M. Dodge, j
C. L. Gallien, .Miss H. Harding, Miss Alice I
Hake, Dr. W. F. Hall and wife,* (". M. Heintz,
Karl Hermann, Miss A. D Keliog?, Miss E. j
Kennan, Miss W. M. Lampton, H. Looison, j
A. J. Ladwigsen and sun, Miss a. H. I'arke, '
K. li. Kosi-, Miss 1.. Koyston, Mrs. Vollertson,
R. D. Walbridgc. wif; and chilU, A. 1. Wells
and wife, W. P. Whitley.
For Auckland — George Armstrong, H. A.
Brigham, F. Wegg Horn, Robert James. H.G. I
B. Kinneur, N. Lew.eni I i:. 11. Mason. A. K.
Ritner, F. Richards mid wife, Jamas Ruddin,
H. L. Sargent, Miss I. Sheriffs.
For Sydney— Samuel Allan and wife, William
Allan, Hon. George W. Bell, John liUbtard, J.
W. Butcher, William Collins D. Cri-zier, J.
(owe.l and wife, J. R. Davis, R. A. Dexter, D.
I). Enschtae, Dr. F. Fiaschi, Miss Graves, H.
M. Gnoch, 1. Howard and wife, Fred Hesssrt,
If. Haege, W. li. Herdsman, Dr. J. B. Hunt, (i.
W. MslTallfen, R. Moorhead. J. W. Parson, R.
Recknagle, wife and cuiid. N. M.Tnomson,
Miss 8. H. Winder.
PERSONALS.
Dr. E. S. Breyfogle and wife are sojourning
iv Berlin.
Dr. and Mrs. David Cohn left Tuesday even
ing for Europe to visit tneir son Robert, who
recently graduated at Heidelberg. They are
accompanied by their daughter, Edith.
Mrs. ¥ Lewis and Miss Mildred Lewis leave
for New Yurie at Hie end of this month.
-Mr. hi) I Mrs. George H. Tyson left last night
for New York.
Mrs. F. y iiarnes has returned after spending
the past week at Santa Crux.
Mr*. Major Darling has returned very much
benefited by her visit to Paso Roblts.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Black {nee Meyerfeld)
Will receive their friends on Saturday and Sun
day afternoons, September 19 and 20 at 1930
Bush street.'
_ Miss Ada \Ve!gel has. returned to the Hotel
Bella Vista, after passing the bummer at Bel
vedere. .
Mrs. Nettie Harrison, the beauty doctor, re
turned the nast week from an extended trip to
the East. Mrs. Harrison's trip was mude for
pleasure and business combined. Dur.ng her
absence she visited Chicago, St. Louis, Phila
delphia, New York, Buflalb, Boston and
Toronto, Canada. •
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUXDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1896.
Franc sco after an extended visit to relatives
in Eastern c
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sawyer have returned
from the Yoseniile Valley a 'd llig trees.
Mrs. F. H. .Stable, wife of Dr. F. H. Stable,
Sup rintendent of the City aid county Hospi
tal, is lyiug seriously ill at her home nt the
hoxpitai.
Mrs. J. H. Fleckincer und Miss Parßh Fleck
inKer of Ban Juse have returned home after a
month's vimi to P*so Rubles.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Gross, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed D.
Griffin, M. Ot: nnd family, and Miss Leta Gross
tire visiting in Bolinas, Morin County.
Miss Kiitherine White left for Vienna Friday
evening to tinisn her musical education.
Mr.-. •'. P. LeiCbter, -Jon; Vallejo street, will
be at home thesecoud and fourth Thursday of
euch mouth.
CORONADO.
CORONADO, CAI-, Sept. 10.— The mo-t en
joyable bowling party of the season was givi nat
the hotel on Wednesday evening. Among
j.ar;ici>>at:ng were: Mr. :md Mrs. W. T. Bishop ]
Jr.. Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Widney, j
Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hall, San
jco; Mrs. E. W. Runyon, Red Bluff; Miss
Noyes, Washington, I). C; Miss O'Connor and
M'ss hurling, San Francisco; the "
. Detroit; Mi-- B ssington, Tr
Messrs. B. W. M Kenzir, Coronado; C. E. Maud,
I. Stuart McConnochL Riverside; W. 8. Ely,
Cincinnati; H. B. Tennoy, Tucson, Ariz.; W.H.
Luu, Los Angeles; E. O. Hull, P«s ; ideno.
Mrs H. A. Jerome, daughter of the lan- Judge
Bastings Ol Sao Francisco, accompanied by
her in nd and Miss Marie Zane, is a-jain at
Coronado. After a few days at the note! Mr». ;
.)■ r<>ine will again occupy the Foster residence j
on the beach.
Dexweil Hewitt of San Francisco is a guest
at the hotel.
Fred t. Hussey and bride are enioving-life at I
" Ghange your Suit."
A DEVELOPMENT OF THE OLXX FOB TRfMPP, AS
PROPOSED BY MAJOR-GENERAL A. W.
dp.a yson— cojicnruM ■.
Having considered the advantages of this
system, I will now refer to its probable disad
vantages. I will suppose that my partner has
advanced so iar as to spesk of ihe present con
ventional "signal" <is "ChanEe your suit to
trumps." He sees me play this ••signal," and
he holds the losing trump, the better trump
being in the adversary's hand. Is my pir I
ner, if a reasonable player, likely to conclude
that I wish him to lead his losing trump, or
will he consider that my signal means
'•Change your suit"?
Again, supposing the two remaini-ij; trumps
are held, one by my partner, the other by me,
and 1 ask him to change his suit, is he likeiy
to think I wisn him to draw my trump? or
will he weet-pt my intimation that he is to
change to another 6uit? Mistakes might hap
pen by such means, but I do not think they
are likely— at least with an intelligent player,
when the "ask for trumps" has been
altered to "Change your suit" (to trumps).
Thus at the early t-tage of the play of a hand
I suggest that the playing: an unnecessarily
high card means "Chance your suit to
trumps." When, however, the trumps have
all been played, or when ouly oue or two re
main in, and when the play of an unncccessa
rily high card cannot mean 'Scad a trump."
then iheplHyof an unnecessarily nigh card
means "Change yoursua."
I feel convinced that if two players ac
quainted with this system plpyed with equal
cards against two omers unacquainted with
it, there would be a considerable percentage
\ in favor of the former ever the latter.
! This is not the introduction of a new
i conventional signal, But merely increasing
I the powers -if one at present in use, and which
j is now rather cramped and arbitrary in its
meaninie. Whenwhis. payers become accut
i tomed to say, "You asked me to change my
I suit to tru*nps," instead oi saying "You sig
nal, d for trumps" I think the system will be
f.iund practically useful. A player i.ow might
6hv: "You signaled for trumps when (Ley were
i all out. What was I to understand by that?"
I If he said, -'You asktd mo to change my suit
to trumps when they were all out," he would
not be likely to ask what to understand by
that, for trumps bein? out of the question
must be considered out of tht> demand, and
"Chunge your suit" can alor.e be the meaning
of the play of the unnecessarily high card.
When winning trumps «re led by your part
ner, the present conventional system of in
timating thut you hold four in the suit, by
playing the lowest but one, followed i >• tne
lowest, would still be folowed without any
1 chance oi confusion. The play of the unneces
sarily high trump would— if we kept to the let
ter of the principle — mean change your suit to
trumps, as the first meaning; as, however,
trumpa were being led, the piay of the un
necessarily high card in trumps could only
mean that the player held four trumps at least.
When a player is leading winning cards and
his partner indicates that he wishes the suit
changed, and when all the trumps are out,
the player would at once use his judgment as
to whether he should continue his suit or
change it. If the player held enough winning
cards in the suit to win the game out of his
own hand of course to change would not be
desirable, so thai a responsibility rests on the
player asking for a change «f suit as great as
now rests on the player "asking for trumps."
This responsibility, however, does not
diminish the value of the signal to "change
your suit." when trumps are out.
When a player holds two other euits besides
that which he is leading, and trumps being
out, the signal to change suit may leave him
iv doubt as to which of the other two suits to
lead. A careful aud observant player, how
ever, is not likely to make an error, and his
partner's signal mc&ui "change the suit," as
Coronado. Mr. Hussey is superintendent i
provincial police at Victoria, B. C, and his
wife is the daughter of the iate Captain H.
Berkley of her Majesty's Twenty-fourth Infan
try. The wedding occurred in Los Angeles on
the 12th Insi. at St. Paul's Ei tscopal Church.
J. r. Moulion and Miss Moulton of San Fran
cisco were recent visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 'Morehou.se and son. El
Pa^o, Tex., «re staying here.
Mr. and Mrs. H.*H. Vree'.and, children and
rntiid, and Dr. and Mrs. <.. A. Ferguson of New
York City, who are touting California in their
private tar, were reoenly nere.
Munsßer J. H. Holmes of the Hotel Greene,
Pasadena, accompanied by Mrs. Holmes, Miss
Aiifie Holmes and John Holmes, have been
spending a few days at Hotel del Coronado.
Jay W. Adams was a recent ban Francisco
guest here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E.Nichols of Slanitou, Colo.,
are guests here. 'Mr. Nichols is well known lv
connection with the Cliff House at Manitou.
Mr. ana Mrs. William Fitzherbert West (for
merly Miss Helen Sobioska Ball) are passing
lueir honeymoon at the hotel.
W. A. Doyle of bau Francisco registered here
early in the week.
VICKY SPRINGS.
Among the late arrivals at Vichy Springs
are: Annis Meirill, Mr. and Mrs. Pierre N.
Boeringer and family, A. L. Boeringer, Laur
ence C. BoeriDger, W. L. Cranford, D. Q. Troy,
Fred Vaughan, W. Raubinger, J. Schweitzer,
Mrs. F. M. Sponagle, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Mcln
tirc; Chßrles W. Sutro, W. M. Brown, P. EL A-
•rood. Miss Kate M. <>ogus. Sun Franci.-c>; Mrs.
A. Kllgore, WatertOWO, Muss.; Mr. u nd Mrs.
K"4<-ham, L. Barnard, Fort Bragg; J. W. Mac
anler, San Jose; Chares R. Herrin, Titraron;
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Thgan, Walnut Grove:
Miss Elizabeth Davis, Miss Rachel M. Davis,
Golden Uate.
WHIST
i anything Is better than continuing as you are I
I playing.
ECHOES FROM GREAT Wlll-T EXPERTS. |
The following deal at whist was played in the
Trist Club rooms last Tuesday nignt:
!>K\L NO. 2.
From Fisher Ames, author of "A Practical ;
i Guide to Whist."
10 spades trump in West's hand. North to
cad. The winning card is underscored.
I
tricks. I north. I east, south, west.
'
1 1 60 40 100 KQ
2 ! _*+_ 5* 8+ «J +
3 39 go -JO ! An
4 4« 7+ 6+ | Q+
5 0* K« ah j 8*
« 6* 3* _Q*_ 10*
7 20 7* 9ft 2+
8 7O 40 i 6O I 4*
9 '- 9O 70 i 30 ' 9*
10 80 : 10* 90 I 50
11 f 2V 3+ QO i * +
12 IUO JO 2» 160
IS 80 AQ *b* I KQ
Kg
04*
An
s>core: f»orth nndßouth 11, East and « est 2.
-her Ames' comments on the play:
This hand is one in which the long suit
system of leading the fourth best gains
| tricks. The short suit or "Hbwell Game"
would lead the 9 of hearts as the "lop oi noth
j ing," and his partner would have no clew to
I unblocking. North would be unable to bring
, in his last three' 'hearts and East and West
would make three diamonds, s
Trick 2— South begins a trump call.
Trick 3— South can count North's hearts and
j unblocks by throwing ihe jncK.
Trick 6 — East's cover is. perhaps question
| able, but it makes no difference. It is, how
i ever, sometimes well 10 cover to promote
i medium cards in partner's hand. Thus, if
West had had another guard to his ten
spades it would be the master card on third
[ round. By his unblocking play South can put
, his partner in in hearls and enable him to
bring in his suit.
Vallejo Qets the Jftdeout Jrophvj.
A little over a year ago a few whist enthu
siasts ot Valii jo got their heads together and
formed a whist and chess club, and to-day they
j are the happy possessors of the Rideout Trophy,
I v.h eh represents tre championship of tho
Pacific Coast Waist Association. Captain F.
J. Walters and second vice-president of the
club paid the whist editor of The Call a visit
! ou Saturday morniug last. He told us they
came down to take b»<fk ihe trophy, and noth
ing would stop them this time. He spoke by
j the card and the Vallejo boys went back home
crowned with success and carried with them
j the beautiful trophy of solid silver valued at
J $250 i_resentea to the association by N. D.
I Rideout, ex-president of the San Francisco
I Whist Club. . • .
The contest took place in the rooms ; of the
Ban Francisco Whist Club. The. teams were
made up of the following gentlemen: The
San Francisco Club team—Mr. Hotaling, Bay
den, Halton and Abraham. The Vallejo— F." J.
Walter captain, F. H. Brew, 1 C. H. Colyin and
J. M. Brady.- Twenty-four deals ; were played
in the afternoon and twenty-four again in the
evening. , J. G. Button of. :he Trist Club was in
charge of the match. Captain Walters writes
us as follows: "Alter the play the members of
THE PAST WEEK
IN LOCAL SOCIETY
A Theater and Chute Party
in Honor of Miss
Fair.
Miss Cuneo Entertains Her Little
Friends on Her Tenth
Birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Krenz, Assisted by
Their Friends, Celebrate Their
Silver Weddiag.
James D. Phelan gave a theater party on
Monday evening complimentary to Miss Vir
ginia Fair. After enjoying Miss Kathryn Kid
der in "Madame Sans Gens," Mr. Phelan and
his guests repaired to the Bohemian Club
where supper was served in the red room. Iv
the party were: Miss Fair, Mrs. Oelrichs, Miss
Jeunie Blair, Mrs. C. A. Spreckels, Walter
Dean, A. M. Small, E. M. Greenway.
On Tuesday evening Miss Fair was the guest
of honor at a chute party given by Milton S.
Latham. A supper served at the University
Club followed.
Miss Regina Cuneo entertained a number of
her friends and classmates at her parents'
home, 015 Bay street, on last Thursday after
noon, September 10, when she celebrated her
fifteenth birthday. The afternoon was pleas
antly spent in various amusements, after
which a bounteous repast was partaken of by
the little ones. Before their departure they
were presented with a souvenir of the occa
sion.
A delightful surprise party was given to the
Misses Ellner and Tessle Ryan on Admis
sion day at their mother's residence, 2812
Nineteenth street. Among those who were
present were: The Misses Elmer and Tessie
Ryan, Miss May Kelly, Miss Annie Mulreany,
Miss Georgia MacEnnis, Miss Nora Ryan, the
Misses Allie and Liilie Meagher, Miss Lillie
Peletier, the Mis.-es Bessie and Agnes Fitzger
ald, the Misses May and Gertie Green, Miss
Mollie Smith, Miss Ethel Grazer, Miss Lillie
Russac, Miss Mary Rowan. Miss May O'Uara,
Miss Rosa Jorden, Miss Margaret Flynn, Miss
Mabel Dnrkins, Miss Gertie Bryant, Miss Ella
Gorden, Miss May Fitzgiven, Miss May Rior
deu. Miss Eliza Bowman, Miss Charlotte Hun
ter, Miss Loretto Ryan, Mis-8 Annie Lawton. the
Misses Mollie and Bessie Mulreany, the Misses
Mary and May O'Keefe, Miss Maggie Dosrherty,
Mi-s M. Ryan, MissE. Fitzgerald, Miss K. Mui
renny and Mrs. Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Krenz celebrated their silver
wedding on Sunday eveniug, September 13, at
their residence, l'J35 York street Dancing,
vocal and instrumental music made the hours
pass all too qu:ekiy. At midnight festivities
were interrupted and an elaborate supper was
served. Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Ness, E. Krenz, Mrs. F. Gaevart, H.
Krcnz, R. Kroiiz, Mi-sT. Meyer, E. Meyer, Cap
tain und Mis. rhristiansen, M. Gorgoll, H.
Gaevart, Miss D. Ness, Mr. aud Mrs. J. Crudup.
Captain and Ma Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ricic,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Barduhn, Mr. and Mrs. P.
t-traus-, Mr. and Mrs. X. Loranz, Mr.
atid Mrs. Juiei, Mr* ami Mrs. Arntt,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ness Jr., Miss J. Rick, Miss
<>. Berkner, Miss M. Lorinz, Miss R. Loranz,
Miss fi. Borduhu. E. Sand, Mr. Reef, E. Bowes,
R. Howes, W. Barduhn, G. Barduhn, R. Gorsoli,
P. i-iorgoll.
The birthday of Mrs. Kate Hopkins was
ploH.«aiitly celebrated on Saturday hist at the
lady's residence, 130 Onk street. Among those
pn so. t war*: Bier. E. Wallace Nevill anl wiie,
(it urge I. Drew and wile, Arthur Paddock
ami wife, I). N. Place and wife,
D. A. Skeen and wife, Mrs. E. C. Giitfin, Mrs.
H. A. Griffin, Mrs. G. W. SKinier, Mrs. L. H.
the San Francifco Whist Club team treated v
royally, in fa.et, so much so that I am not over
the effects of it yet." The full score oi the
match is given below:
vai.ujo whist club vat sax frakcisco
WHIST CI.UB. SSPTKmBKB 12,1896.
The following schedule shows the score divided
in deals of 8:
Total
'• I <
Deals. • 1234 66 7
• 'a
San Francisco...) 0| 01 It 01 'J| 0| til 01 3
Valifjo | l| l| 0| 'j\ 0| o| l| l| | 6
Deals. 91 10 1 1 11 IISI/£I IS 116 i
Sun Francisco... j 0 0 0 2 3 a 0 i 8
Va11ej0..... lo■ 10 0 0 0! 0 0 I 1
Deal* ;...\l7\lS 10 m\ til Si Ml I(| ,■ i
San Francisco... ; 0 0 hi 0 0 1 IJJ6
Vallejo ! 1| 0 o.o|l|UOo 2
Deals- ...| iS sf~S7\Ts\ !!>\ 30 31 Hi "
San Francisco... , 0 0 10 0 '2 0 1 4
Vallejo I 1 3 0| l| 0 0 0 0 5
Deals 33~3t 35 .55. 37 SS 39 10 i
Sa:i Francisco... 0 v 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0
v«ii)t-i'. i| tl| 3 0 13 a i \ 11
Deals 411 it 13 4; V in< 47 &
Han Francisco... 0 2 0 ii 0, 0 0 l! 5
Vailcjo 30000Q00 :
1 — . i — |_i_t— I
Total >:aiii Sun Fraucisco 20
Total guia Va:l«'j < 2
Net gain for Vallejo
WKistlets.
Mrs. Charles E. Sitton, president of the Kate
Wheelock Club of Portland, Or., after spending
a couple of weeks with ber many whist friends
in this City an-.l Oakland, returned to her
! home last week. During her stay in the City
; she won the admiration o: ali the members of
j the Trist Ciub by htr knowledge and skill at
i the game. She extends through The Call nu
j invitation to ali San Francisco ladies who love
i -whist to visit the Kate Wheeiock Club when
■ ever they go to Portland.
"The Wednesday afternoons" for the ladies
: at the Trist Cub rooms was inaugurated
! Wednesday last. The Indies in chartte of the
games have persuaded our.whist "editor 1 ' to
give a2O minutes' talk during the play. Two
o'clock sharp is the hour.
Plans of the San Francisco Whist Club for
the fall and winter play were published in
full in the August number of Whist.
Henry Pnyot, er-president of the San Fran
cisco Whist Club, presented to the club a very
un.que picture in the center of a large frame,
a portrait of Sir Wiliiam Pole, the whist phi-
I losopher, surrounded by piayiug cards, with
j autographs of expert players, procured by Mrs.
| Payot at the sixth congress at Manhattan
Beach.
Solutions to Froblems.
Correct solutions to our problem No. 14, have
been received from Mrs. F. A. Carmichael,
John McKay and J. Hali Lewis of Byron Hot
Springs.
The solution to our double dummy problem
published July 5 is as follows :
(The winning card is underscored.)
TRICKS.
NO BTH.
BAST. SOUTH. WEST.
40 70 kc>
10** 3* 2+
Q+. A»-, 8*
50 *C> +
100 90 90
70*. JO JO*
100 kg Qo
*30 60 X +
L::::::::::::::-^-
-3..!!!!."!!!!!!;!'. ~4+-
4. 20
5....::::. - 60
0........ .. IQ»
*...;.: ..-Ho~
8.. ....... ,7+
. •If at trick 2 East discards a diamond South
will . discard a ' diamond ; the play will bo
similar ,to ; the ; above, diamonds and clubs
being interchanged. '... If east discards a heart
obviously Sou ih will make a trick in hearts. ■ i
If at trick 6 East discards queen of hearts
South will make the jack of hearts. If West
discards the kiuß of clubs North makes the 0
oi diamonds. . .
Champion, Mrs. E. B. Beel, Mrs. R. Parker,
Mm. M. Finlnyson Drynan, Mrs. Elizabeth
Sloper, Mrs. M;ud Waltnam, Mrs. Cleveland,
Miss Meda Hoskins, Miss Mabel Griffin. Dr.
Samuel H. Roberts, William T. Jones, John P.
Bogardus, George Reed, George C. Sutherland,
Frank McCann and many others.
On Monday evening, the 14th lnst., an en
tertainment was given by Clarence Suther
land at Grand Central Hall. The programme
consisted of the following numbers: Over
ture, Brockoff's string band ; a short talk about
Indians, H. Burgess;"recitation, Miss Blanche
Rivers; piano selections, Dr. Roberts; vocal
duet, Miss Mabel Griffin and Mr. Reed; har
monica, guitar and mandolin specialties;
vocal solo, Mrs. 9hriner. A one-act farce, com
posed by Miss Lottie A. Dwyer, entitled "The
Flanigans' Quarrel," made a decided hit,
with Mi-s Dwyer as Mary Ann Flanigan and
Clarence Sutherland as Barney Flauigan. The
farce concluded with some original comic
specialties. Character song, P. Brudy; comic
sketches and songs, Harry Burgess. The en
tertainment concluded with a one-act sketch
entitled "The Haunted Room," with H. Bur
gess cast as the tenant, P. Brady as the teacher
and C. Sutherland as the ghost.
A very enjoyable party was given by Miss M.
Rasmussen September 12 at her residence,
1322 Rhode Island street. Music and dancing
were among the features of the evening. Re
freshments were served at midnight. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Worm, Mr.
and Mrs. Beicroft, Mrs. Btrrell, Miss.Berrell,
the Misses Ida and Lillie Brockowsky, Miss
Lizzie Williams, the Miss's Louira and Nellie
Bergle, the Misst s Ida and Liihe Daniels, Miss
Alice Shereh, Misses Mary and Annie stanward,
Miss Jennie Johnson, Mrs. Walsn, Miss Hilda
Roseublad, Miss Gertie Summers, Miss Addie
Rosenbruck, the Misses Birst, Miss Minnie
Rasmussen, Miss M. Johnson, Mr. Ketr, Mr.
Kimball, Fred Kimball, David Kimball,
Charles Johnston, Fred Johnston, Frank Stan
ward, Will Bordurie, Martin Bordorie, Herman
Brockowsky, Henry Craig, Mr. Swain, Mr.
Urmland, Joe Breithaupt, Peter Hetrgolt,
Richard Gogell, Ed Connors, Albert Koaea
brock, Alfred Henderson. Charles Berson, Vic
tor Parrison, Joe Erickson, Mr. Johnson,
Charles Rasmussen, Henry Rasmusst-n, Fred
Rasmussen, Gus Rasmussen, Mr. Westerlund.
A domino surprise party was tendered Miss
Mac H. Roberts at her residence ou Baker
street last Thursday evening, September 17.
Among those present were: Misses Anuie
Armstrong, Dollie Wyants, Ellie Wright, Nel
lie Casey, Minnie Diivis, A'dele Smith, Maud
Casey, Hettie Wood, GrHce Adams, Kate Alex
ander, Francis Roberts, Bessie Cole, Ada
Kelly, May Wheeler, Rita lountr, Mabel
Tnom;is, Margaret Bertin, Eva Stanley, Mrs.
Stanley, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Clarkson, George
Young, Lto Brooks, James Hill, George
Wright, Edward Cole, Charles A.lams, Robert
Smith, Russell Little, Will Sanderson, Mr. |
Clarkson, F. Howard, Henry Philips, W. Pratt,
J. A. Tobin, Charles Wyants, Arthur Cole, W.
Alexander, R. McDonald, Bun Wiison, George
Lewis, John Roberts, Mr. Sawyer nnd R- Bertin.
Thursday evening, September 17, a very en
joyable birthday party was given by Mrs.
Jeunie Griffin. 412 Jones street, to Axel Miller,
who has just completed his nineteenth year, i
The house was beautifully decorated with ever- i
greens aud La France roses. Music and danc
ing were the ieatures ot the evening. At 12
o'clock they adjourned to the dining-room,
where an elegant banquet was spread.
The sues's present were Mrs. Jennie Griffin,
Mrs. S. Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Hoitz, Miss Jen
nie KiJd. Miss Mazie Golden, Miss Mabel Nor
ton, Miss Celia Wolff, Miss Jessie Roderhouse,
Axel Miller, Joe Griilin. George Griffin, Louis
Aiborelli, William Ruddiek, Emil Merz, Charles
Jenkins, Joe Lapham, J. A. Simmi, William
Kiotz, Robert Carson.
Bay City Lodge No. 71, I. O. O. F. enter
tained the Veierau Odd Fallows. California
Rebekah Degree Lodge and Loyai Rebi-kah De
gree Lodge on Tuesday evening, the 15th inst.
After tne visitors were appropriately wel
comed by the noble grand, WMliam Roth, the
following programme was given: Lute solo,
by Professor S. Adelsteln; the Knickerbocker
Quartet, Messrs. Lawrence, Eliot, Crane and
Lrtrson, sang several selections; vocal solo,
Mrs. E. Mngner: harmonica solo, Past Grand
William Cline; zither solo, by the Regensbur
ger brothers; tenor solo, by D. M. Lawrence of
the Knickerbocker Quartet, and Diano solo, by
Prolessor Martin Shultz.
Speeches were made by the following: the
president of the Veteran Odd Fellows; the
noble grand of California Rebekah Lodge aud
vice-grand of Loyal Rebekah Lodge; also by
Grand Secretary Shaw, Past Grand M. P. Woif
of Bay City Lodge, Past Grand Master Simp
son, Mrs. Peterson, district deputy of the Re
bekahs; Past Grand Linforth, and others.
During the intermission refreshments were
served.
HOTEL DE REDWOOD.
The latest arrivals at the Hotel de Redwood
are: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Smith, H. A.
P.edfield. Miss Mamie O'Neil, Miss Kate O'N'eil,
Mit-s Jessie McKep, Mr. and- Mrs. 'J . E. Clark,
E. Nob c, Mrs. Helen If. Jones, Mrs. Walter
Ehrenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Allison C. Nile*
The artist, Allison C. Niles, and bride (nee
Morrison), are passing their honeymoon
at Hotel de Redwood.
NEW TO-DAT.
-~ ' Jp fr3 fhiXtd<&~rri&rri VVIX «-
\ Back to I
| Beauty's I
j Bower, j
Mrs. Harrison is hem: again jfj
looking lovelier than ever, tier ®
trip to the principal Eastern $
cities in search of the beautiful x
and to review the work, of h r «>
i> branch offices gave her a much ® j
\ needed change and rest. Fresh S
| from her trip, with new ideas ® I
t and new helps, she is better ®
| than ever prepared to treat «
i) lovely women who would be ® i
•> lovelier, and homely women .® i
5 who would be beautiful. ®
i Free Treatment, i
I For one week I will give free f,
5) treatment at my parlors for ® !
» Pimples, Blackheads, Freckles, ®
§ etc. Come and see what I can S ;
3) da for you. I have the largest w
$ Dermatologieal ;; Institute in w j
§ America and its resources are «
% free to you this week, to show ®
$ you what I can do. (•)
I LOLA WONTEZ CREME, I
$ The g-eet ."-kin Food. Tissue Bu Ider '•O
S and beautifier. feeds the impoverished ®'
» skin, removes all Impurities, restoring ® '
•) the natural beauty oi youth. (•) :
g 7sc a jar. Impugn for 3 months. <f)
I . COUrOX-Trlal Pot-FltliE. »
|) .Ladies out of town sendine this A
§ ad. and lOw in stamps will receive &l
« a trial pot of Lola Montez Creme Si
5) . and a box cf Face Powder FREh. • (S '
ll 4-DAY HAIR RESTORER. I
H . rS .' H ? rriBOn>s 4 -<lav Hair Restorer i
I is just whut ( ts name imtMies-lt irive« 8
ft back to gray or fade i hair its natural Si i
1 SUPERFLUOUS I
HAIR I
Destroyed lVimrnrntiy by th« «
Electric Needle. T *{|
| Mrs. nettTeharrison I
Dermatologist, ©'
40-42 deary Street, San Francisco. S
CLUB PARTIES
AND RECEPTIONS
Fashionable Organizations
Prepare to Open the
Season.
The Western Addition Literary
and Social Club Enter
tains
Candy Sale and Musicale for the
Benefit of the Maria Kip
Orphanage
The regular monthly meeting of the West
ern Addition Literajy and Social Club drew a
large and fashionable audience to Native
Bons" Hall on Wednesday evening. The fol
lowing excellent programme was presented:
Overture, orchestra; recitation, selected,
Miss Etta Butler; tenor solo, "Keep Thy Heart
for Me" (Balfe), William M. Ogilvie; violin
solo, selec.ed, Miss Ethel Jones; vocal selec
tions, F Company, Hawaiian sextet. Comedy :
"A 1 ramatic Evening," by John Kendrick
Bangs — Thaddeus Perkins (a victim), Alfred A.
Buriini; Edward Bradley (a friend in disguise),
Joseph A.Fogarty; Robert Yardsley(an amiable
villain). Aruiur W. Jones; John Barlow (trie
amiable villain's assistant), William Wallace;
Mrs. Thaddeus Perkins (a martyr). Miss Mabel
Haseitine; Mrs. Edward Bradley (a woman of
executive ability), Miss E. Butler; Joseph (the
Butler), George B. Crandall.
Dancing concluded the evening's enterteln
mem.
The Ferndale Club held a very pleasant re
ception on Tuesday evening, SeptemDer 8, at
Manc-rbaum Hall. The evening was passed in
dancing and games until midnight, when the
guests repaired to the banquet hall, where
they partook of a bountiful repast. After sup
per games and dancing were resumed until an
early hour. The guests present were: Misa
Marie lianavun, Miss Madge Hanavan, Miss
Fanny Bulman, Mis 3 Julia Kennetick, Mies
Marguerite Michel, Miss Maggie Ryan, Mjss An
nie Wacnter, Miss Belle Boutes, Miss Susie
O'Donneii, Miss E. Walters, Miss Lottie Law
rence, Miss Alice Rodjrers, MKs May Rodgers,
Miss Hattie McMenoniy, Miss Gussie Laver
ence, and many others.
Mrs. Evan J. Coleman, 1450 Sacramento
street, has most generously tendered the use
01 her home on Saturday, October 10, betweeu
the houis of 2 and 6 and 8 and 11 p. m., for a
candy sale and musicale for tne benefit of the
bui'.ding fund ot the Muria Kip Orphanage.
The Loring Club has issued invitations for
the first concert of the twentieth season to be
held on Tuesday evening, September 22, at
Odd Fellows' Mall.
Alta Parlor No. 3, N. D. G. W., will give an
entertainment and dance in the banquet-hall
of the Native Sons' building, Thursuay even
ing, October 22.
The next musicnle of the Arion Verein will
take place Saturday evening, September 26.
The ciub will be assisted by .Miss Neubeit and
th-j Easenible Quartet.
The Theatrical Employes' Union will give
their first annual outing at Germania Gar
dens ana Presidio Athletic Grounds Sunday,
October 4.
The baseball game between the Tivoll
Opera-house and Orpheum Theater clubs, Fer
ris Hartman as umpire, will be called at 10:30
a. M. Afternoon game, Morning Calls vs. Ex
aminers, will be called at 2p. if. Dancing and
games at Germania Gardens from 1 to 6 P. M.
Music by Blum's band. Valuable gate priies
will be distributed.
Borromean Council No. 129, Young Men's
Institute, will give an entertainment and so
cial in Mission Parlor Hail, on Seventeenth
street, on Friday evening. October 23.
Court Occidental Xo. 6676, Ancient Order of
Fore>ter^, held their annual reunion at A. O.
F. Hall on Thursday evening. Music anddanc
it.g made the evening pass pleasantly.
James A. Garn\>ld Relief Corps No. 21 enter
tained its friends at a "campfiro" at Social
Hall on Tuesday evening. A large number of
guests enjoyed the hospitality ol the corps.
urw to-dat:
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< SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
MAGQIONI KID (JLOVES.
Startling
Values
T r\
In Our
Underwear
Department.
Profit and cost lost sight
of in our Great Sale of
Underwear This "Week.
Nothing like it ever
offered to the public of
San Francisco.
These are but a few of the many
Big Bargains to be had at
this Great Sale :
Ladies' Silk Vests,
Swiss ribbed, in low neck and no Crt*
i sleeves, in all colors, worth 85c Out
each. .Sale price..............*...,,. Each.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests,
„ In Egyptian cotton, high neck and
long sleeves and low neck and no OC«
sleeves, color ecru, worth 50c each.
Sale price Each.
Ladies' Combination Suits,
! Ribbed Merino, high neck and
long sleeves, iv white, natural <t1 F^O
and black, worth $2 25 a suit. *pi««-' v
Sale price ■...; a Suit.
Ladies' Combination Suits,
In wool, Swiss ribbed, high
neck and short sieeves and ,«.•%
low neck and no sleeves, in CO QO
• white and natural, regular *p^"^ >y^
price $3 75 & suit. Sale price. A suit.
"Badger's" Underwear.
. Misses', , Ribbed Wool Vests and fiQr*
..... Pantalettes, regular price $1-0 V V V"'
.'I each. Closing-out price i&ch v
Ladici' Ribbed Wool Combination Suits.
, In high nook and short CO 50
sleeves, regular price $3 65. *Pf i '~7
Closins-oui price a ami.
See Display of Underwear In our Show
Windows This Week. 1 .
»c« our Latest Styles In Velllngs-JUS*
Out.
NEWMAN & LEML
185. 187, 139, 131 Kearny Street.
BIIANCU SXOIU3— aud ,44 Market St

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