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CALIFORNIANS OF SOCIAL PROMINENCE BLITHELY ASTIR
Society is resting. All eyes are turned with
pleasurable anticipation to the deliehtsof the
fast-approaching winter season. Yet no one
has been brave enough to rob the favored ones
of the charm of a genuine surprise by def
initely announcing anything.
The younger Met is on the gui vive for invi
tations to the most p pu at of dancing classes,
the Friday FortiiighUies. Mrs. Mf-nroe Salis
bury, who so ably managed the affairs of the
class last season, will this year have the as
sistance of Mrs. Cordon Blanding. No dates
have as yet been arranged for the meetings,
although it has been definitely decided to hold
the first dance early in November atLunt's
Mrs. Hager. who is passing the season at San
Rafael, gave a lunch party last Monday at
Fairfax Villa. Those invited were: Mrs. George
C. Boardman, Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Sidney M.
Smith, Mrs. Henry L. Dodge, Mrs. D. B. David
son and Miss Throckmorton.
XV. V. Sanborn gave a theater par y at the
Baldwin on Friday evening: His guests were:
Mrs. Monroe Salisbury, Miss Kate Salisbury,
Miss Margaret Salisbury, Miss Alice Spragno,
Dr. Tevis, A. D. Keys and Dauforth Boardman-.
Mrs. Augusta F. Tracy gave a delightful pro
gressive euchre party recently at the Hole:
Bella Vista in honor of the Misses Gingllng of
Tiffin, Ohio, who are out here on a visit to
iheir aunt, Mrs. John Gillig. About thirty
ladies and gentlemen were present and had a
spirited contest for the pretty prizes. A sup
per was one of the many pleasant features of
Mrs. William M. Bunker gave a very pleas
ant matinee tea last Wednesday at' the Hotel
Bella Vista in honor of Mr*. Niles of Los
Angeles, who is visiting her. Tnere were
quite a number of guests in at tendance and
they were most hospital' y entertained.
The ensaeemcnt Is announced of Cassius M.
<;oe and Miss Marie E. Lister. Mr. Coe, one of
the best known and most popular o! local
newspaper men, has for many year- been eon
ied d with the local stuff of The Call. Tor
the last two years he has been the efficient
president "i the Sin Francisco Press Club.
Miss Lister is the able dramatic and musical
critic of The Call. No date has yet b_-en set
for the wedd'tig, which will be celebrated
some time in October in New York City. Mr.
Coe left on Thursday for New York, where he
will assume the responsible duties of New-
York cot respondent of Ihe Call.
Betrothals Made Public During*
the Past Week.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Lilian A. Snyder of Oakland, daughter of the
great capitalist, A. J. Snyder, and John Weber
Bryce of the Bryce Furnace Company and a
prominent cit zen oi Toledo, Ohio. The wed
ding will take place during the holidays.
A very quiet marriage, to take place Sunday
afternoon, August 29. will be that t,f Miss
Carrie Miller and Sun C. Greenberg. The
ceremony will be celebrated at the home of
Mr. Greeiiberg's sister. Mrs. R. Mohr, 315 Hyde
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon announce the engage
ment of their daughter Minnie, to Mark
S'-hwartz. They will receive Sunday, August
_U, from 2 to 5 o'clock, at 1514 O'larreli streei.
Events in -Local Society During
the Past Week.
A most enjoyable party was held at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keating, 27ttl
Twenty-third street, Saturday evening, August
14. The evening was spent pleasantly in
games and dancing until midnight, when an
elaborate supper whs served. Dancing, sing
ing and games were then resumed and con
tinued until morning. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keating. Mr. and Mrs.
Junes Melody, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tyrrell, Mr.
.vi'! Mrs. R. Keyes, James Donohue, Miss M. E.
Keating, Miss Lizzie Doyle, Miss Julie Keat
ing, Miss *ennle McCarthy, Miss Non ie Keat
ing, Miss Nettie l^enihan. Miss Delia Keating,
Miss Mabel Melody, Miss Adrian Melody, Miss
Tressa Black, Miss Maggie Cummings, and
An enjoyable surprise party was tendered to
Mrs. Cri-pt at her residence, Filbert and
Mason streets, Thursday evening, July 29.
A i 12 o'clock a very elaborate supper was pat
taken of, alter which singing, games and
dancing were kept up io an early hour of the
morning. Thosj present were: William Bas
tian, George Bastian, Mrs. Frunkte Bastian.
Dave Powers. Mr. McGown, Mr. Brady, .red
Hildebratid, Mrs. Annie Hiidebrand', Mrs.
Crispt, William Aherns, Ed Plath. Mrs. Minnie
Plath. George Cripian and others.
A very enjoyable birthday party was ten
dered Miss Rose Simon on last Wednesday
evening, at her residence, 140 Russ street, the
.occasion being the twentietu anniversary of
her birth, Games and dancing were indulged
.in up till a late hour, when the guests repaired
to the dining-room where, a bounteous repast
was served. Among those present were: I.
Cohen, A. L. Friedman, J. Berenson, I. Fried
lander, a. Peters, M. Goldman, L. Goldman, A.
Fine, Harry Simon. H. Green. S. Cogen, Mr.
Meyer, Mr. Freed, Miss R. Simon, Miss B.
Simon, Miss A. Goldman, Miss H. Peters, Miss
Millie Fri dmati. Miss Meyer, Miss Muller,
Miss Cohen, Miss Hussey, Miss Rosie Levy,
Mrs. Freed and many others.
■ A very pleasant birthday party was given to
Miss- Ethel Day on Saturday evening, August
14, at her residence, 80S';,' Greenwich street.
The guests, thirty-five in number, were
amused by singing songs and piaving games
until 10:30, when they partook of an elabo
rate repast. Dancing was kept up until the
wee small hours oi the morning. Among those
present were*. M*ss Bessie Brown, Mr. Cath
cart, Miss Nellie Ford, Mr. Murphy. Miss Lulu
Manning, Miss He eu Furst. H. Burfeiud, Miss
Annie Ruff, W. Furst, Miss Lillian Johnson,
Mr. Melropolsky, Mis- Katie Mobr, Mr. Bouch,
Eugene Aschett, Mr. Kugelberg, Ernest Furst,
R. Ruff, Mr. aud Mrs. Givens, Mr. Clark, Mrs.
Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider. Mr. and Mrs.
Coopjr, Mr. and Mrs. Klinker, Mr. and Mrs.
Malsen and Mrs. Day.
An icecream parly was given to Mrs. J. Lippi
on July 31 at ncr residence. 3803 Twenty
third street, in honor of her bir.hday. Those
present, were: Mrs. J. Lippi, Mr. and Mrs.
Merkins, Miss Alice Cosielio, Miss Maggie
Cunningham, Miss Julia Cunningham, Miss
Eda Schutz, Miss Lillian Hirting, Miss Vic
toria Fernandez, Miss Zciii Fernandez, Miss
Josie Doherty. Miss Maggie McDevitt, Miss
Janie McDevitt, Miss Minnie Fisher, Charles
L ppi, Alex Lippi, Louis Hewelcke, J. J.
O'Driscoll, Fred Harmon, Walter Shine, Max
Hubert, Henry luskippi, Billy Spiller. Miss
Julia Spiller, Joe Lippi, William Hoffman,
M.ss EiUMcCTuskey, Miss Minnie Mehrkins,
The Western Addition Club Pre-
sents a Howell Comedietta.
As is customary, a fashionable audience
fiJled Native Sons' Hall on Wednesday even
ing, on the occasion of the regular monthly
entertainment and dance of the popular West
ern Addition Literary and Social Club. How
ells' charming comedietta, "Evening Dress,"
was one of the features of the evening.
Th* following was the programme in full:
Overture, selected, orchestra; barytone solo,
••Once in the Purple Twilight" (E. Cowies), J.
Wheaton Leonard; selection. Harmony Quin
tet—Miss L na Hachmeister (first sonra •••.•),'
Mrs. Nathan B. Frisbic (second soprano), M s.
John Madden (first alto), Mrs. Rooert Lloyd
(second alto), Mrs. Alice B. W hitby Lewis
(pianist); dialect recitation (selected), Miss
Clam M. Kuck; selection, Lawrence Brothers
Quartet D. -M. Lawrence (first tenor), A. C.
1. wrence (second tenor), M. 1.. Lawrence
(first bass), O. M. Lawrence Jr. (second bass).'
•'Eveniug Dress," by W. D. Howells— Ca'-t:
Mr. Charles Roberts, William M. Ogilvie; Mr.
Willis Campbell, Alfred A. Berlin t; Mrs.
Charles Roberts, Miss Gertie Ingham; Mrs.
Willis Campbell, Miss Rose Broderick; Bella
j(tho maid), Miss Nettie Hynes. j ,
At Larkspur Canyon.
The bevy of winsome summer girls com
posing Camp Noel, Larkspur Canyon, enter
tained their friends at a most enjoyable and
select garden party on the evening of the 18 th.
The deft hands of the young hostesses had
transiormed the picturesque camp ground into
a bower of sylvan beauty. Japanese lanterns
of fantastic shapes glowed from the treetops
and large palm ferns were used with artistic
The early evening was pleasantly, spent in
listening to a delightful musical programme,
in which the following numbers were pre
' sen ted: Vocal solo, Miss Marcella Noel; ouet
lor mom! .'.in and guitar. Miss Power and Miss
Matheson; piano solo, Miss Fairweather, and
readings from "As You Like It," Miss E. J.
Shea. After the dances a light supper was
served on tete-a-tete tables.
The lollowir.g were present: Miss M. Noel, 1
. Miss M. Power. Miss Elizabeth J. Shea, Miss B.
' Matheson, . Miss M. Noel, Miss E. Fairweather,
Miss A. Sims, Miss M. Duke, Miss E. Duke, Miss
'M. Fairweather, Miss- K. Sims, Miss R. Kelle
' her,. Miss M. Sims, Miss J.Creem, Miss L. Berge
vin; Maurice Miller, Harry Sutherland. John
Davenport, M. Algernon, Scanlon, Will Mathc
son,GeorgeClearv, B. Bend- r, S. Sims, R. Duke,
A. Fairweather, Jack Miller and D. A Drady.
AT THE RESORTS.
Notes From the .Seashore, the
Mountains, the Springs and
the Lakes. *
In spite ofwe advancing season ill ' interior
resorts stil/boast of a nig register. The de
lightful weather for which all the interior is.
noted, together with the many charming di
versions that "mine host" so generously pro
vides for his guests, is doubtless the cause for
the extended season. : <"-'j -Jt
Below will be found our usual interesting
budget from the various fashionable resorts: "
MOUNT TAMALPAIS, Cal., Aug. 2l. —Society
still favors the retreat above the clouds, and
the guests that have stood ou the rocky sum
mit of the grim old mountain have been nu
merous. Last Thur-day night tne new danc
ing pavilion on tiie top of the mountain was
thrown open and a merry party of over 150
celebrated the occasion with a hop. 'The
mountain train left Mill Valley at 7:30 o'c ock
and arrived at the summit in hour later. The
full moon threw its pale lignt on the great
mass of fog that seemed Ike a vast sea below
the merrymakers. On th" summit it was
warm and pleasant, and what with dancing
and feasting the party had its fill oi pleasure.
During.the past week many private picnics
In the surf this lovely pair,
Equal pleasures gayly share —
I have been held on the summit, and a party
! cons sting of Mrs. Elsie Daliing, Alice Moul
' ton Warner, Mrs. G. XV. Warner and Mrs. Ed
W. Krehimke spent an afternoon here last
Charles Carpenter and Clarence Carpenter
j of Los Angeles were among the recent visitors.
| Judge Charles Conlan and wife spent a day I
! on the summit Inst week. .
| A party c mposed of Miss Myra A. Holt, Miss
I Annie M. Ho. land Miss Grace F. Holt enjoyed
I a visit to the rocky crest of Tamalpais this
Mrs. A. E. Cheney, Miss Cheney, Everett
I Cheney and Miss Orr, of Reno, Nev., registered
| at the tavern on the top of the mountain this
Mrs. H. 11. Darling of Boston was a guest
Miss, Jennie M. Graham, Mrs. George Cleave
, land. Miss Belle F. Runyou, F. XV. Runyon and
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Runyon were among
1 the guests Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Gushing of San
Rafael were at the Tavern of Tamalpais Thurs
day evening. .....;
Judge and Mrs. J. C. B. Hebbard were among
last Sunday's visitors at the summit.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. BtMd of Stockton were
on Tamalpais' summit last week. • t.ZxiJK
M. Frank and party visited the mountain
■ last week. . .
J. H. Culver and T. H. Fallen of San Fran
j cisco are among the guests registered at the
. hotel on the summit. .:■■■■;
| George Riper of Philadelphia, Pa., spent a
| pleasant dayhere last weeK.
Dr. Johu J. Kin;,' we ll and F. I. Kiugwell on
I Thursday night ascended the mountain.
I Joseph Smith and M. P. Marshall of San
' Francisco were among this week's arrivals.
Miss Edith Bond and party enjoyed a few
j hours on the summit lins week.
Mr. and Mr*. Oscar ('. Cappelmann were
among the moonlight excursionists that as
| cended the mountain last week.
E. Drum was a guest at the Tavern last week.
Among those who have recently registered
j at the Tavern of Tamalpais are the following:
j XV. N. Strohmeier, William McClure, Mrs. F.
I B. P. McClure, a. XV. Brown, Joseph Curiae, A.
j E. Beaver, Mrs. Joseph G. Gallagh.Mrs. F. G.
: Mead, Paul Boleion, Mrs. L C. Warren, C. J.
j Peopcs, orge H. liaker. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
|L. Giusscll, Jos- Goodman, Colonel
] Schwartz, Harry Scnwartz. Mr. and Mrs. John
jR. Cross. E. T. Dal ton, Miss Katie R.
; Dalton, Charles McCaflerty, Mr. and Mrs. H.
• A. Buck, T. 1". Fitzgerald, A. Oitinger, Walter,
i Heyneman, Mrs. T. H. W'iihelm, George li.
! Wllhelm, Miss Mabel H. Smitten, Mrs. E. Rev
; ter. Mrs. Lizzie Austen, Miss* Freeman, R. Dv
! Mont, Miss Emma Duuiont, Miss Alice
j Chassagne, Miss. Mac ■ Weir,' : Miss • Sophie
| Schmidt, R. Williamson, H. Hinderson, Mr.
i and. Mrs. H. Holmes, Irn Lane. Miss: Amy
j Rott, John XV. Case Jr., Miss Emma L. Mc
; Kenny. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lane, Mr.
i und Mrs. John - Oswald, Je).siah Hamilton,'
; Mrs. J. R. Stcge, Or. an. Mrs. Martin
| Rcgensburger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer,
; William Hat oth, D. Saifiuid, D. R. Campbell,
i A. L. Heizog, Mr. and Mrs. F.W.Goodwin,
Mr. and Mrs. John _. Morion, B. F. Armstrong.
i Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Carpenter,- Miss Hattie M.
j Vishcr, J. Perry Jr. . Bam Parker, John Brad
i ley, Mr. and Mrs. R. A Backer, Mrs. William
j C. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Butler. F. S. Chase,
Miss R. Whiting, Mr. and Mrs. E.A.Steven
-1 son, Miss Alice Wright, Mr. . and Mrs.
! XV. M. Rolph, - Miss Kolph, Miss Helen
: Williams, Sadie T. Samuels, M. A. Lip-
I pitt, A. J. Rich, D. Rich, J. L. Samu
els, Louis Samuels. Miss Fannie E. Whitnev,
j K. C. Thompson, Mrs. M. R. Drake, John M.
j Wright, Kate L. Han, Robert O. Newton, Laura
Richards. Helen M. Robbms, lone. la Robbins,'
l Alice Steub n, Mollie E. Burland, Mr*. Gecrge
I Perry. Mr. - and Mrs. T. T. ■ Williams,
. Mijs Helen Williams, Mrs. H. B. D.xter, Miss
j Mary McKei.zie, Mrs. Robert Kickmoit, Mrs.
j Merritt, Mrs. L.< E. White. XV. E. Griffith, K.
i Watson, Mr.-. M. J. Leach, Charles T. Agau,
Mr.-. John Boggs, Miss Boggs, Mrs. M.P. Chip-
I man, Miss Chinman, Mrs. Charlotte B. Brown,
Miss Adelaide Brown, M. Aid rick, F. H. Blan
chard. Richard C. Harrison, T. S. Boggs, Miss
: H. Monroe, Mrs. Charles Kaneen, Miss A.
: Dawring. Mrs. 0. EL Helnrich, E. J. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Tuomas P. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Merrill, H. Smith, -Miss F. H. Hunt, Miss M.
Bayers, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Siller, Mrs. L. Os
born, Miss Clara Osborn,- Will Osborn, John
Parrot, L. D. . Smith, 2 Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Tick,
- * " '.'■■.:■•'-• ..-.■.,.■_...,, ....,_-. .
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897
- Mrs. C. R. Eager, Mrs. Bell Walton, Mrs. A. M.
McNally, Miss H. S. Spillinan, Mrs. Charles M.
Plum Jr., Mrs. a M. Humphrey, Mr. and
Mrs F. H. Ho. veil, Hiiler G. Allen,
Mrs. Arthur G. Loupe. Mr-. T. Loupe, Mrs.
Liuis Loup;-, Fannie Lask, H. C. Morris, J. H.
Roberton. Pauli ie Woefl, 1. N*. Jacoby, Mr.
anu Mrs. Allen Raleston, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Kennie. J. Boyle. P. Bellegarde, Mrs. XV.
Myers. XV. Mver« Jr., *-. H. Andrew, R. D. Kir
be'v, R.ilph Stocker, Mr. and Mrs. La wren Mr.
and Mrs. F. Crockett, Mrs. C. H. Chase, L. W.
Scoville, Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas D. Barnstead,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brand. Miss S. Criss, Mrs.
Strassburg, K. R. Burr, XV. A Curtis, Miss M.
Curtis; Mr. and Mrs. M. A. de L*w, Mr. and Mrs
G. N. Foster. C. R. Boyd. G. F. Boyd, R.
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Courrier, Mr.«. F. P.
! McLennan. Mrs. Winson Brown, Miss B. P.
! Bates, Charles K. Wont, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Dwyer, Will. am Coe. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
McLeod, Benjamin Miller, H. A. Graves, Miss
Mic ' Dranfieid. Miss Mary Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Williams, Mrs. Chxrles H. Ab
bott, Mrs. A. A. Martin. Miss A. Elliott, Rev..
W. H. Stoy, A. M. Lockwood, C. 11. Anderson,
Ms. G. Hoffman, Nathan Abbott, G. Roullier.
Mrs. Henry S. Bridge, John Bra ly, Mr. and
Ms. J. B. Byrne, W. Aver, E. 1) Lyman, Miss
Mabel Adams, Miss Dorcas C. Higgins. Mrs. J.
B. Butt. Mrs. H. S. Henshaw, Mrs. M. E. Hen
shaw, Mrs. George Collins, John Scot:. Walter
H. Henry, David Rosea!, P. Morgan, Miss
Ethel Martin, Miss Bessie Henderson, F. W.
Lake 1 ahoz.
TALLAC, . LAKE TAHOE, ( AL., Aug. 21 —
Fishing is the principal attraction at Tallac.
Angling is especially good in the numberless
little lakes in the adjacent mountains, and
tho shipment of fish by guests for the month
of August will be unusually large.
A party composed of Sig M. Heller, A'bert L.
THE BICYCLE GIRL AND THE MERMAID.
Ehrman, John T. Wright, XV. H Wills and
Charles Ivanoff visited Floating Island Lake
on Tuesday and secured a fine mess of rain
bow and Eastern trout. ». Floating Island Like
is a center of atttraction. It is about 300
yards in length and the same In breadth, and
on its surface floats an immense island which
may be anchored at any place on the lake and
u c ed as a substitute for a barge. Wind seldom
strikes the little body of water sheltered by
lofty Mount Tallac, and nature's rait remains
intact. V-i-a JJyj . . ■
Ex-Mayor Sutro and Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Merritt ere among the receut arrivals and
will remain for a mouth.
T. H. Goo lman and party, Mrs. J. A. Hosmer
and son. Miss BeDell and Miss Hosmer, are
! sojourning here.
Mrs. B. Sheehy and Miss Sheeny have se
i cured accommodations for an extended stay.
Ji-cob Shaen of San Francisco is registered
| here. - ■■.:.: J --';"•' ,-- ,y.... -■*,;■ :..•:■.
J. Pal ache ana wife of .Berkeley have se
cured the La Belle cottage. ......
| " "A party consisting ol H. M. Gorhnm and
I wife, T. F. Fredericks, and wife of .Virginia
! City, Mrs. K. J. Gorhnm and Harry XV. Gorham
of Saut-v Monica, accompanied by James. A.
Raycroft of Carson.' drove up in a four-iu-ltaud
from Carson City, Monday. During their so
journ at Tallac tnev have visited all the places
of interest in the vicinity.
Dr. John Havnes of Los Angeles left on
Wednesday. Previous to his departure he
I pave a delightful fishing party on the steamer
| Mamie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Drake and Mrs. William
jI. Tevis- of San Francisco were among the
I guests invited.
H. K. Munn of Snn Francisco is spending a
I couple of weeks at Tallac. He is an enthusi
; astic fisherman, and his catches are splendid.
I Last year Mr. Mann landed a twenty-pound
| trout, the largest trout caught for some time,
; but so iar he has not succeeded in a repetition
! of last year's catch. He leaves for San Fran-
I cisco to-morrow.
Mr. and Mrs. C. .*•'. Wright and Miss Helen
j Wright of San Francisco are visiting at Tal
lac. 'j-.. '•'>.r».".r '-»' : '„ "■'. j'7 ' '<■;
Ex-Mayor Sutro and Mr. and Mrs. George W.
j Merritt have secured accommodations at Tai
lac for one month. ; .....
T. H. Goodman and party, Mrs. J. R. Hasmer
j ami son, Miss BeDell and Miss Hasmer left
Tuesday after a pleasant visit- V-"'
William Keliy and Arthur H. J. Nixon of San
j Francisco are visiting at Tallac.
Mrs. : R. Sheeliy and Miss Sheehy of San
Francisco left for San Francisco via Carson
! City to-day.
j Among the recent arrivals at Tallac are* E
] M. Norton, V. A. O'Neil, Mrs. R. Shcehv, Miss
i Sheehy, Jacob Shaen, San Francisco; Mr. a<d
1 Mrs. J. Palache, Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs. G.W.
j Kline, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hallows, Miss Lillie
i Allie, Ben H. Lichtensiein, E. Levy, San Fran-
I cisco; Mr. and Mrs. John B. ike well, Oakland;
Mrs. J. A. Hasmer and son, Miss BeDell, Mi-s
j Husmer, T. H. Goodman, San Francisco; H. L.
i Collier, Washington, D. C. ; F. C. Howard. W.
!J. Boyle. J. C. Rice,' A. Suiro and valet, Mrs.
I George W. Merritt, D. Ghirardelli and wile,
j Charles F. Wilder, Captain Charles Nelson, J.
i L. Hawks. O. Ellinghouse, S. W. Dougherty,*
1 Mrs C. H. Huffman, Miss Huffman. Miss Mary
Huffman, George W. Merritt, San Franci-co:
I G. G. Haliiday, John Rothchild, Vallejo; Wil-
I Hum Kelly, Arthur H. J. Nixon, Mr. -and Mrs.
I C. S. Wright. Miss Helen *E Wright, San Fran
cisco; F. Fredericks and wife. Virginia City, l
Nev. ; EL M. Gorham and wife, Gold Hill, Nev. ';
Mrs. E.J. -Gorhnm,- Karrv W.J Gorham, Santa
Monica; James A. Raycraft, Carson City, Nev. ;
Emma Cordes, Stcckton ; XV. Gifford. San Fran-
Cisco. .;: -'•'", v'.-~. ;
; Coronado. ;
CORONADO, Aug. 21.— Fishing has
I never been finer at Coronado than at present.
j The pier is thronged with anglers alt the day
j through; many cross the , bay, by the early
ferries to cost a line. --Yellowtail in schools
and armies are-found close to the shore and
one lone fisherman on -Monday landed thirty
one in a few hours. _ , -. . .;.
:. An unusual number of cottagers are on the
island this' season and several' new cottages
are building to supply the increased -demand.
'The Giles Kellogg residence, plans for which
were drawn in San Francisco/will be in, the
old Spanish style, now becoming very popular
in Southern California. . ; .;. i ,1 ryJJJ.
Bathing is the .pastime par excellence, the
hot weath -r and co.d plunge and the surf
each receiving its full quota.
• J. H. Audertem has returned from a visit at
his old home in England. Mr.'Anderton was
present at J the Queen's jubilee, and spent
several weeks in Paris and at the popular.
English seaside resorts.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tevis, San Francisco, ac
companied by Miss Susie Bianding, Miss
Breckenridge and maid, are occupying a suite
here. ..•*>' :,j *
W. I. Broderick "of the Los Angeles W.iter
Company, whose party includes Mrs. Broderick
and children, Mrs. Sesmun, Mrs. Kimball and
child and Miss MucDjugall, is again at Coro
nado for a holiday. yy _■-,'.-.'■ ■ " *
The Misses E. F. Adams and A. G.
Adams, of Betroit, are again staying at the
hotel, a d are accompanied by Mrs F. Adams
and Miss Katherine Adams. s .--.:
Lieutenant Knitne-l.'s family are occupying
the N -vms cottage on Tenth street.
E. F. Pierce an i family have leased the Muir
'residence on Pa k place, near Star Park.
Hon. Stephen M. White is a guest here this
week. ■■.:■.■■ ... ■■ . - jJJy*' yii'j
Mrs- Grieome is a San Francisco guest. .
H. Hornby, late of New York, accompanied ;
»y Mr-. Hornby, Mi-is I. W. Hornby, R ymond !
Hornby. F. C. Hornby, Miss Frisseli and. Miss I
N. Frissell', is here, awaiting the completion of j
his new nome at R'sdlauds.
A Will amsport (Pa ) party at the hotel in
clud i Mr. and Mrs.. Oliver H. Reighaid and
James Gamble Keighaid. .. . J-
Mr. and Mrs. .Ta- ons Evans, popular society* I
people of Pasadena, are domiciled at the hotel, j
Mr*. R. T. Vtind.vori, Miss Dorothea Va -
devort and Mrs. F. Gleason, Pasadena, hay ■ !
joined John W. Vaudevort and party at the
hotel. • j. . .*.
Mrs. A. W. Rose and family, who have been
I Rut on : the beach in bloomers gay, r
; The Summer Girl she wheels away,
.And the" Mermaid weeps in sad dismay.
guests hero since earl v.in June, returned to
their San Francisco home on ; Tuesday. Mrs.
Rose. and her son aro indefatigable sailors and
accomplished swimmers. '" - ■■■■'■
T. ', E. K. Corneal and . G.V. de Lonne arc
down from San Francisco. .... ■ - ';
Mrs. A. C. Armstrong. Miss Armstrong and
Master Gardner A. Mnr.'cy, Altadcna, are
passing a few weeks at the hotel. ■ ■• . ,
• C. I*. Morehouse, . the I'asadena capitalists
acconmanicd .by. Mr.-. Morehouse and Miss
Vera Morehouse, is paying his annual visit at
the hotel. - - <■■-'." .'
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adams of San Francisco
are here with their children.' - - .
C. W. Cluctt of Cluctt & Sons, Troy. N.Y.,.
is now at the hotel accompanied by Mrs. Frank;
H. Cl-.-.ett. ■■■■■' ,; \ . ■ . . • ;
Major and Mrs. A. DriSill are among the]
Los Angeles guess. ' ' ■ ' - '.
Isaac Trumbo, Utah, well known as a min
ing capitalist, is, spending some time at the
hotel. . '. .'..,
B. W. Fernald !of the Los Angeles Auditor's,
office was here during the week with his bride
(formerly Miss Alice S. Bowles).
Snmuei L. Short ridge accompanied by his
j secretary is down from'Bau -Francisco in con
nection with the- Gulden Cross mining suit.
J. Cnandler and F. S. Brittaiu: are here in the
same.- interest. "
Attorney J. H. Shnnkland and daughter of
Los Angeles are sojourning at the hotel.
J. A. Hooper ana- S.jHc^-nemann, San Fran
cisco/are at the hotel' this week. '_'■(■■ ,'"y.\
' Anderson Springs.
. Among the late arrivals at Anderson Springs
are: William V. Bryan, Colonel A. W.Sissou,,
A. W. Liriiorth, Walter H. Linfortb, San Fran
cisco; Rev.' 5 ' James Mitchell, 'Mrs.'! Mitchell,
Master Mitchell, Miss Neabs. St. Helena; F. ! M. !
Denis, Mr. McGill, Vallejo; Mrs. E. C. Holmes,
Marion E. Holmes, San Jose; | Mr. Malloy, Mrs.
Malloy, Miss Malloy, San Francisco; F. E.
Corder, Mrs. F. E. Corder, Miss Corder, > J. Slat-'
*- \ *~ - ■■■:-..■'■ .-...' .: - .-.■-.....■■' . '
I tery, , Miss M. Slattery, Oakland; Elizabeth
Curran, John Hayden, Osceir Hocks, G.
j Glindermanu, Thomas W. Earl, Baby H,
j JLL-Burfcind, W. Marxe*_. Wm, Fenstermacher,
I O. H. Ferguson, James Ludlow, T.F. Blake,
i San Francisco; F. Martin, Napa City: Mrs. T.
i P. Littlefield, J. J. Gomley. Sacramento; J. M.
Quinlan. Fruitvale; M. Ce>rcoran and iamily.
.I D. Games, Val ■; Mrs. T. Gomlev, Benicia;
I Joli . P-tcrs, G. J. Fault F. Sehoeifler, George
I Gillin. Mrs. R. K*ll.v, Mrs. H. B. McAvoy. Miss
. Ha nah McKalvey, M. P. Holmes. L. Van Lack,
, Captain* L. Meyer, San Francisco; Mrs. G.
1 Kammerer. Charles R. Happ aud wife.Hoburg;
Harley Smith, Calistoga. -/---^i"
Among the arrivals during the past week at
! Bnrtlett Springs are:
From San Francisco— George T. Bohen, John
I Wilier, William Fa till. F. M. Nace, K. E. Nace,
j A. R. Hamill." William; Cohen, J. Shea, •J. D.
! Sullivan, E. R. Rak, I. Anderson, M. Shannon,
i H. D. Nacy, T. L. Lyons, John Marks, Rowena
| G. Thompson, F. M. Delaney, Samuel Jones.
From Sacramento— J. E. .Lyon, William F.
! Bellmer, P. Pendegast and wife, Martin
1 Steiumetz, M. Keintz'emau, Tom Scott, J. M.
; and Harry Connor, W. H. Baldwin, Jo.-epn
! Sims and wife, S. W. Haynie, A. Swanson.
_ J. A. Butler and G. Seulberger, Oakland;
j Herman Stick, H Mis Etreers, Charles Rohwer,
IL. Kumle and Fred Kamle, Dixon; C. M.
Wrignt, Miss Helen Sanborn and Miss Alice
; McCol urn, Los Auge .s; H. Wieg'.l, B.af-ks sta
l tion; E.Rideout. B. Mehl, wile and children,
I Morysvilte; R. Powers and wife, Porterville;
j Mrs. Kohler, San Jose; Mrs. H. A. Roberts.
I Chi<o: S. E. Hilliard, Lodi; John Dempsey,
i Smartsville; J. R Flagg, Trinity County; E.
; B. Vann and wife, Grimes; F. W. Farnsworth,;
Sycamore; J. Hyinan, Folsom; F. A. Elerman,
Nevada City; Mrs. Frank Williams and two
children, Fresno; E. S., A. B. and Mrs. A. B.
Tennant, Colusa; - Mrs. and Miss Kanier,
Upper Lake; M. J. Keegan ana Eugene Bug-
Williams: A. G. Cameron, T. Douncr, S.
McCau.G.F. Dunnagan, Walnut Creek: L. A.
Burns, Charles Bacon, Sonora; Charles Plante,
Rulo, Nebr. ; A. St. Loner, Willows; D. A.
Snellner, Germintown ;;*-''H.* A., Fred and
Thonns Mukfesiel. Arbuekle; Mrs. H. Barriol
het. San Mate E. XX. Murpny and John
Schrettger, Columbia. .._y -."■
,'-) Paso Robles.
PASO ROBLES, Cal., Aug. 21.— E. ;F. Burns
gave another delightful moonlight barbecue
to his guests, some eighty in number, which
ail seemed to enjoy very much. Among those
registered' were: Judge- M. H. Hyiand of San
Jose. - Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Requa, Piedmont; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Russell, Miss Russell, Jerry Sulli
van, J. N. H. Irwin, San Francisco; Herbert J.
Quigly, Oakland ; J. Swinnerton, Frank Tread
well, SDorem, M. C. Cressv, Sun Fraucisco;
H.C.Wiley. cos Angeles; R. D K.-rby. Chi
cago; Captain and Mrs. H. Hill, New York.
C. _. Butler and wife, Miss Butler, Mr. and
Mr-. I.L, Requa are taking the cure at Paso
Robles. XV. Smith and; wife, Grant W. Smith
and son, Mrs. C. M. Mann, J. Swinenon, J. N.
H. Irvin, J. Russell, Mrs. RuSsell, Miss Russell,
are among tho-e registered at Paso Robles.
Mrs. - ; Paul Morrell. Miss P. Morrell. 1 Miss G.
Morr 11, H. H. Kerbv. Miss. May Robinson
Mrs. L. F. Newcomb, ,W. (i. Hall,' A. J. Foster
C. L. Miller and wile, A. R. Lord, Captain and
Mrs. Ashburn.Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Heart and
Miss Heart are at Paso Robles.
* Klamath Hot Springs.
Among the registered Jat \ the Klamath - Hot
Springs are : Mrs. A. E. Raynes,"Mr_.'E. Wads
worth, Mrs. L. L. Alden, W. H. Brown, Mr/and
Mrs Graham Glass Jr.,vL."-Nehibass.'-Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Clark, W.E.'Pruyn, W.L.Nelson, D. :
H. Stewart, Dick Besse, Mr. and Mr. C. W.
Suerman, Thomas Ashworth and wife. F. W.
M. L" nge and wife, Son Francisco; J. B. Quig
ley, Hazelton, Pa.; S. H. Kaerscher, Potts
viile , Pa.; XV. G. Cook, Ktnmathoti; John
cook. Dr. M. M. Cook, J. H. Tadum and son,
Dunham: J. G. Pieice. X amath Falls; W.
Powell William A. Powell, M.sses M. and L.
Powell, Oakland; Fred Cox, wile aud daugh
ter. Sacramento; E. J. Root, San Francisco; E.
a Schaw, J. D. S:vils, Sacramento; Jay K. S-
christ, san Francisco; H. R. Raj ues, Ireka;
Mrs. J. H. Boden, Haywards, Cni.
Skaggs Hot Springs.
'The following guests are registered at Skaggs
Hot Springs: From San Francisco —G. C.
Clinch, G. W. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Burns,
James P. Irvine, Miss Irvine, Mr. and Mrs.
William Clack, M. F. Reiily, W. Rnyhiii, Mrs.
George Cumming, Mrs. Margaret Hendry, W.
J. Burke, J. S. Holliday; Oakland— J. S. Bar
ker; S n Jose-Miss C West; Val ejo— Mr. und
Mrs. J. A. Brownlie and child; Albany, Or.— J.
B. Marks; Petaluma— T. E. Putnam; Santa
Rosa— M. Doyle, Harrison White, Herbert XX.
Austin; Occidental B. Giynn: Guerneville
—George McKennv; Sebastopol— E. W. Hay
den ; Healdsburg-E. S. Gray. Dr. J. R. Swisher,
R E. Carver; Geyserville— Dr. C. *-*. Malcon;
Gualaia— Chris Christeiison.
Registered at Mrs. Hobcrg's resort, Lake
County, are: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. M- -isel, Henry
Mcisel, C. W. Heyer, wile and childien; John
Peters, Martin Colemann, Mrs. A. Glootz. C. R.
Happ and wife, G. J. Pauli. Max Abraham and
wife, Miss Mm- ie Deming, Miss Alice Ferrier,
Paul Hoberg, Henry J. Sicrus, A. F. Stanke,
G. Kammerer and wife, Charles Fraulsen,
Miss Jessie Gibson, Miss Mary Ludlow, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Garven and child, R. Stolzenwaldt
aud wile, Miss Tillie Stolzenwaldt, Miss Anna
Schmidt, San Francisco; Miss Mollie Walker,
Hotel del Mar.
Among the arrivals at the Hotel del Mar,
Santa Cruz, are: Miss Loretta Caesar, Miss
Ro-e Caesar, San Rafael; P. M. Coraerford,
Mis. H. L. Miller, San Jose; Miss Emma Mc-
Fadden, James McFadden, Miss Maguire, San
Francisco; Joseph Hud^cek, San Antonio;
Mrs M. Lais, Arthur and William Lais, Miss B.
NJEW TO-DAT— G"ODs.
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"An opportunity Ladies' eight- 1 You have your
the like of which' - choice of all the
has never been seen , DUttOn length fancy shades, such
inthis before i Mousquetaire J as Red * * v y>
This glove is con- _ : ,^,. , <t , ... , ! Green, pearl Pink,
sidered the best OUSSe ; Lilac> Purple> Yel .
make of Suede in 1 ■- ' -. ■ r
the world and has Suede UIOVeS low » Slate Old
always 'been sold | Rose and Helio-
for $2.00 per pair. ] f£\ gOO j trope.
— j *q>l : — — "" ~
I per pair, fitted
and guaran- 1
Exceptional prices for this week attached to
some of our best values. From this handful of
hints you can catch the drift quite well of what's
going on daily in this always busy store.
Hosiery, , - Underwear,
Ladies'* Fast '^s I X . ;J* Ladies' Im- r\
Black Cotton n^-j " .__>^ nnrt „j Swiss e— •**=*&»
Black Cotton ■_____. Z'uu.a m Ji \
Hose, with ex- MM g c f Me " n0 W" '*)
tra double Wf J" 1 * , two : >*V^
soles, high WJ thirds i L and S H?
spliced heels TO th ,rd cotton ' \ \
and double »V high neck and A V
toes. Worth J^ i 0 "S sleeves, y^l^/\
40c per pair. & col ? in wnite, / i t jp: v
* F ' " pink, natural, /■ ' \
Special price, pair, 25c. shrimp and ( \ \
';•■••-;.;;* black. x _, x
■ Price, each, $1.00.
Ladies' Fast Black 4-Thread Maco
Cotton Hose, superior quality, with Ladies' Unshrinkable Australian
double soles and extra high-spliced Wool Vests', two-thirds wool and
heels. Our regular 50c quality. one-third cotton, high neck and
-, ', , ■■ ...„_ . long sleeves, with drawers to match.
For a few days, pair,. 3sc. Price/each, -,_-„
3 v ' Price, each, 75c.
ia- » «c-t »■_ _oii Ladies' Unshrinkable Merino Com-
Ladies- Silver Star Fast Black binaiion Suits, one-third wool and
Cashmere Wool Hose, superior qual- two-thirds cotton, high neck and long
ity. with double soles, ; spliced heels sleeves/ in white and natural colors,
and toes. Regular price 75c. Price, per suit) $1.30. .
Special price, pair, 50c. A sp|endJJ a=tment of C hil-
. c . ' A splendid assortment of Chil-
~. ,"' - dren's Underwear, ranging* from the
Novel'ies in Plaid Hose for ladies cheapest to the best, in vests, pants,
and children, just arrived. ' ... drawers and combination suits.
g Mail orders are a sort of hobby with us. We %
jo exercise every endeavor to give our customers by ©J
C letter the completest satisfaction. All queries quickly 3
g,- answered in detail. •=<
125-127-129-131 KEARNY STREET.;
Lais Mrs L. Radowicn, Miss Edna X dowich,
sacrament..; A.J. Martin, Miss Martin Miss
Virginia Martin. San Francisce; Mi*-- a. Mc-
Namee. bolsoni; J- P. Ca. lag. an, Aj.Uocl»;
Mrs M J Moran, Mrs Clarkson twain. Frauds
Swain, Miss Grace Pendergast, T. E Siianahan,
\u-'ustus J. Rankin, an I- rai. cisco; Mrs.
Kafser, Miss Kaiser, Yreka.
Mark West Springs.
Among the recent arrivals a Mark Wet
Snrings are: Mr.-. Mary A. E Robert-, Miss .1.
Norwood, Mrs. H. Kieicr. Mrs. .1. F icshman,
Thomas Harney. F.C. Ke-.i.y, James Meruit,
William Wench. Mr-. M. Yapi-v, Mr. -md Mrs.
John Rtissel, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mi.flit, Sin F-au
clsco; John MiLer, nun Ros i ; M.ss H. ir
balk, Alamed-; Mrs. T.P. Tuciomb, Cleve
land, Ohio; Miss Mary Riotdtn, Nairn; Hoyt
Potter, I_ L-benbaum, S. Schoiiih-iz, San
IN THE FUTURE.
Announcement Is Made of Recep
tions, Entertainments and
The Mission Literary aud Social Club will
hold its regular monthly eutert inment and
dance Thursday evening, August "tt, at Teuto
nia Hall, 1322 Howard st eet. Tne following
excellent programme is being carefully re
hearsed lor the occasion: J-.':-:-
Overture, d'Arcy's orchestre; "The Little
Rebel," a comical farce in one act— Stephen
Foppincourt (an old masher), F. H. Seaward;
Arthur Ormston (Poppincourt's nephew). 1.
W. Healy; Mrs. Wingrove (who would bo
young), Miss Ida Biunkail; Kitty (who loves
Bill Joues), Miss dia Dorothy ; Laura Win
grove (the little rebel), Miss Hoi Mosher.
Bass solo, "A Mariner's Grave" (Mcintosh),
Charles XV. Beits; recitation (selected),
Miss A. Hcndrickson; vocal duet (selected),
the Misses Minnie and Ida Bu zbacn. "Pop.
pleton's Predicament'," a comedy in one
act— Mr. Peter Poppl"tou (a rich bichcion,
Henry G. L-ffmann : Mr. Arthur Haidup (Pop
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