THE first Important event of the so
cial season of '89 will he the wedding
of J. A.th< Folgrer and Mrs. John
Cunningham, to be celebrated on
Tuesday evening at the residence of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Whittell, on Califor
nia and Jones streets.
Rev. Father Prendergast will perform
the ceremony and E. R. Folger is to of
fidate ns best man.
Another September ceremony of great
social importance will be the wedding of
Miss Goad and Andrew Martin, The 26th
is the date set for the marriage, which
will bo .'••..::.■••■< mansion,
on Washington street.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Hobart are
still at Del Mcmte. hi re Mr. Hobart s
health has much improved.
Mrs Henry K. HuiHlngton and the
Misses Elizabeth and Marion Huntii i
returned last Sunday from their tour of
Canada. Mr. Huntington and Miss Hunt
ington will i • main in the East for some
weeks longer. ,_; Z. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cnvode.of New \ork
(formerly Miss Louisa Moulder) are
upending the month of September with
Airs. A. J. Moulder at her residence, 812
Bush street. , rT ,
The Misses Helen and Josephine Hyde
Bailed last week for Japan, where they
purpose spending a year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dougherty and fam
ily will return next v.eeic to the Hotel
Picnsanton from AUuneda. :
Miss Bee : too] la visiting Mrs. Thomas
L Breeze and her daughters at Del
Monte. , TT
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Klnney of Hono
lulu are registered at the Hotel Pleasan
Dr. Clark Burnham left for a two
months' visit In the East on 'Wednesday.
He will pass most oi the time in New
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Reynolds are
among the permanent guests of the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Devlin of Sacramento
registered at the California Hotel during
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dean. Miss Helen
Dean and Walter E. Dean Jr. are passing
a few days at the Hotel Rafael.
William L>. Collier Jr. came down from
Mare Island early in the week and is now
at Del Monte.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bowen and Miss
Mary Bowen were guests at the Hotel
Rafael a few days ago.
The marriage of Miss Lottie Frier of
Alameda to li. G. Manifold of San Fran
cisco is announced to take place on the
14th icst. at is o'clock at Christ Church,
Mrs JJertha Constine announces the en
gagement of lier daughter Pauline to Otto
Joel. They wil receive the first Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer announce the
engagement of their daughter Flora to
The engagement of Miss Kittle Lark
fpur, the writer, and Davis Atkinson, the
well known football player, is announced.
They will receive at the home of Will
Hoss, 306 Folsom street, on Sunday, Sc-p
Mr. and Mrs. P. .1. Stolz announce the
marriage of ihelr daughter. Miss Lottie,
and Emile Ha Her, on September 12. Owing
to the death of the groom's sister the wed
dlr.K will be a rjuiet affair.
Mrs. Harry Jacotmon and son have re
turned from their two months' visit to
Portia Or.; and will be at home the
lirst Friday of each month at 1227 Golden
Mrs. Gußtava Cohen of 1636 Willow
street arrived in Aberdeen^ Scotland, on
Tuesday, the 29th ult.. and was met by
her sister, Mrs. C. Bittiner, at Glasgow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alexander announce
the engagement of their daughter Beckie
to Louis Gross. They will be pleased to
see their friends on Sunday, September
IT. from 2 to 5 o'clock, at 1322 J?111more
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Potter announce
the engagement of their daughter Louise
to Ktison M. Hall.
The Id ing of Miss Annie Gilligan and
Thomas C Towns took place at St. John's
Catholic Church last Wednesday evening.
The bridal party entered as the organist
played the wedding march. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Father Brady.
Miss Jennie Gilligan. officiated as maid of
honor and John Devlin as best man. The
bride was attired in a charming crea
tion of organdie; lace ad chiffon. The
veil was attached to the hair with a
wreath of orange blossoms, while a spray
of the same cor a ted the corsage, She
carried a bouquet of bride roses tied with
white satin streamers. ' ri •■ gown of the
maid of nor was of white organdie,
trimmed with ribbon) and lace. Her bou
quet was of pink carnations. Aft. the
ceremony the young couple were driven to
their new home In Sunny Dale, where
they received the congratulations and
best wishes of their numerous friends.
They were the recipients of many costly
and appropriate presents. About midnight
an elaborate supper was served, after
which dancing was resumed. Mr. and
Mrs. Towns will reside in Sunny Dale on
their return from their honeymoon.
A pretty but quiet noon wedding took
place at St. Mary's Cathedral last
Wodnewlay*. when Rev. Father Dempsey
united In marriage Miss Kitty I logins and
George V. Uhl. The bride was attired In
a beautiful gray silk poplin, with hat to
match, and was attended by her sister,
Miss Ada Hlgglns. Robert E. Chatham
acted as best man. Following the cere
mony there was a repast at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. P. Spadin, 707
Green street, (or the bridal party and
relatives only. Mr. and Mrs. I'hi will
spend a short time in the southern part
of the State, and on their return will re
side at SCO Fell street.
A very pretty family wedding was cele
brated at the Mugner residence, OOC O'Far
rell street, on Thursday evening, August
81. the contracting parties being Miss
Bertha Magner and Julius I lei Insky of
L<is Angelen. The rooms were handsomer
lv decorated with smilux and roses and
the wedding i <■;•:.. ■:.-. was performed by
Key. 1. Meyer. On account of the recent
death of the bride's mother the wedding
was a strictly family affair. Joseph Mag
ner CaVQ th<? bride away and Saul Mugner
acted ;u3 best man. Miss Edna Speyer
acted as ringbearer nsid Miss Mabel Mag
ii'-r was maid of honor. The happy couple
will spend their honeymoon traveling
through the southern portion of the State,
and will return to this city In about two
The marriage of Miss Eva Graf ton Lu
kens to Dr. Francis Keber Mu^e; took
place Wednesday evening, August 23, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. und
Mrs. Edward Graf ton Lukens; 1302 Jack
son street, Oakland. The Episcopal mar
riage ceremony was performed by Rev.
Dr. John Bake well of Trinity Church,
Oakland. The bride was given away by
her father. Miss Sadie Hale was the
i>.;..<J of honor. The bride's brother,
George Russell Lukens, supported the
groom an l A Fletcher Cornwall, George
.1. Hitter. Raymond J. Rush and Dr. Wil'
Hani H. Porter were the ushers. Dr. and
Mrs. Mucfer will make a tour of th<; East
ern States and on their return will take
up their home at Oakland.
The wedding of Fred Kaiser to Miss
Emilia Wrede took place nt St Boni
face Church August 2! at 9:30 a. m.
The bride was given away by her father.
The church was prettily decorated with
smilax, ferns and sweet peas.
. August Kaiser, brother of the proem
acted as best man, while Miss Josephine
Wrede, sister of the bride, acted as maid
of honor. - ;>:
The hers were Messrs. Joseph Kaiser
Albert Kaiser, Fred Schoettler and
The bridesmaids were Misses Annie
Kaiser. Josie Bouquet] Tlllle Wrede, Paul
ine- Wrede. Annie Wrcdc and Emma
After. the ceremony a reception was held
at the residence of lit- groom, 909
Btciner street. Only the relatives and
most intimate friends were present.
The wedding of Miss Ella Davis, who
lias spent the past two years in this cfty,
and Professor rank K. Hanscom. took
place at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Davis, at :• i hanic
Falls, Maine, on Tuesday, August 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanscom will reside in
Bethel, Mo.. Mr. ' Hanscom being princi
pal of Gould's Academy of that place.
Mr. and Mrs. H. *'" "' ln of r) 33 Geary
street gave a pleasant dinner In honor of
one of the returned California volunteers,
A. 13 O'Neill of the engineer corps, on
Saturday evening, September 2. The sup
per room was handsomely decorated in
the. national colors, as was also the table,
and small bouquets of red, white and
liluo flowers were worn by each quest.
After two hours spent at the table the
guests adjourned to the parlors and en
joyed the stories and reminiscences told
by the returned defender of our country.
Seated at table besides the host and bost
• :-~ wire: A. B. O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K. Dittmar, T. J. Johnston, Syl
r McKenna, Captain and Mrs. Tay
lor and Mrs. S. A. Jones.
A very pleasant evening was spent at
the residence of Mrs. Charles Mayer re
in honor of the return of her pun,
. • .1. Mayer, from Manila. The house
was beautifully decorated with the na
tional colors. Among the features of the
ing were a cake walk, and a duett on
the piano by Sergeant H. D. Pohlman and
iral W. A. Jameson. Dancing and
games were kept up until early in the
morning. The supper march was led by
Lieutenant George W. Swan and Miss
Annie Mayer. The table was set in the
hall, downstairs, and was also decorated
with the national colors and lanterns.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mayer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. Price. Lieu
tenant Swan, Miss Annie Mayer. Ser
-seant Pohlman, Miss K. Aherne, Corporal
arneson. Miss A. Kelly, Mr. Kushion,
Miss Jennie Aherne. Mr. Brown, Miss 11.
Renner, Berg-pant Davis. Miss Sophie Ren
ner, 1.1. A. Mayer, Miss C. O'Connor. W.
N. Mayer, Miss E. Clunaw, Corporal E.
Aherne. Miss E. Price, P. Mohn, J.
Seyden and J. Schmidt.
The twentieth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Springer was cele
brated at their residence, 1252 Ellis street,
on Thursday evening, August 31. Nu
merous presents were received, one of
which was a case of silverware from Cali
fornia Lodge, No. 113. Sons of Benjamin,
of which lodge the host is a charter .-mem
ber. Several telegrams were received
from Portland. Or., Oakland and the
East. Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Springer. Mrs. H. Springer,
Mr. I. Springer. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Springer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Springer, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Munter, Mrs. J. Gardner and
son, Mrs. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ja
cobs, Mr. and Mrs. B. Wacholder, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Robitseher, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Michaels, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mendelsohn,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sideman, Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Langley, Mr. and Mrs. K. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Welngarten, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. E. Schul
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mamlock, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Arnheim, Mr. and Mrs. Gronosky,
Mrs. L. Chaskel of Portland, Mrs. E.
Langley, Mrs. L. Blank. Mrs. Conn. Mrs.
Hymes, Mrs. J. Harris, Mrs. N. Franken
berg, Mrs. N. Bernstein, Mrs. Joseph,
Mrs. J. F. Eaton of Aiaroeda, Mrs. J. Ja
cobs, Miss G. Munter, Miss C. Jacobs,
Miss Cohn, Miss R. Sanders, Miss B. San
ders, Miss Schuiman. Miss G. Wacholder,
Miss C. Langley, Miss F. Isaacs, Miss 11.
Chaskel of Portland, Messrs. B. Harris,
D. Harris, I. Baer, A. Meyer, K. New
man. Sol Saunders, 11. Kimball, J. Spring
er, E. SprrViger, A. Springer, S. Goldman,
Harry Langley, IT. Langley. I. Joseph, M.
Chalfen, H. Ochs, C. Werner, F. Levier,
M. Alexander, Dr. A. Nusbarn. L. Jacobs,
M. Lewis of the First Colorado Regiment,
A. Cohn of the First California Regi
On Tuesday evening, September 5. a
military party was given at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Fest. 1616 Turk
street. The rooms were prettily decorat
ed with Hags and smllax. At 10:30 the
guests repaired to the dining-room, where
refreshments were served. Those present
were: Sergeant Quartermaster R. R. Mc-
Gregor, Corporal Julian Kralmer, Corpo
ral T. Kruße, Alex Meyer. M. R. Kruse,
Company L. Charles D. Lowe, Company
1., First California Volunteers; Corporal
Charles Berryman, Colorado band; Cor
poral Orton T. Weaver, Corporal A. R.
Fischer, Louis Madison. Company B, and
Chester Brinkley, Company M. First Col
orado Volunteers; Mrs. Cook, T. Smith,
Misses Nina Cook. Aggie McGillan. Mar
gie McGlllan. Belle McGillan, Marie Co
ture, Jessie Kramer, Lennie Fcst, Mattie
L. Pest. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Feat.
On Thursday evening, August 31, a re
ception was tendered to Thomas F. Sulli
van of Company B, First California Vol
unteers, on his returning home from Ma
nila, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mur
ray. 1G27 Devisadero street.
A reception was tendered to Mr. and
Mrs William J. Corcoran at their resi
dence, 4220 Twenty-fourth street, last Sat-'
urday evening. The parlors were hand
somely decorated with evergreens and
smllax and presented a picturesque ap
pearance. The evening was spent in sing
ing, dancing and games, after which ail
adjourned to the dining-room, where an
elegant repast was served.
An enjoyable party was given by Mrs.
L Gehrels to her daughter, Miss B.
Gehrels, at their home, '.<:■' Filbert street,
Thursday evening, the 7th inst. Games,
music and cakewalks wer<s indulged in,
greatly to the entertainment of the in
vited guests. The music rendered by
Misses B. Gchrels and L. Gehrels was
specially good, and the Cakewalk by
Messrs. Donovan and McMahon was ar
tistic. Those present wen: E. Frey, A.
Klarnet, B. Beany, A. Caglierl. A. Tiet
gon. L. Tlotgen, 11. Todt, L. Carter, M.
Goedirke. T. Sthlltter, D. Donovan, B.
Gleaiun, R. McMahon, W. Donovan, J.
Klarnet, P. Prouch, E. Abenhelm. C. Cav
agnaro. F. Mayno, W. Wef^s. H. Hlrch
felder, Mr. and Mrs. Silbersteln.
A very pleasant surprise party was giv
en to Mr. and Mrs. h. Boysen. at Shot
well street, near Eighteenth, in honor of
the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wed
ding. Those present were: Fred Boysen,
Miss Josie Boysen. Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Boysen and son, Mrs. Brockmann, Miss
Brockmann, Mrs. Heltmann, Miss Annie
Heitmann, Mrs. D. Muller, Miss Lizzie
Muller, Miss Dora Muller, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Lunsmann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Lunsmann and children, J. H. Lunsmann,
THE SAN FRAJS CISCO CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899.
|H. A. Lunsmann; Augr N. Lunsmann,
I Adolf Lunsmann, Mrs. M. Duer and chil
dren Mr. Denicke, Hy Dierks, Hermann
Dierks. John Brutt, Fred Mohrmann. Mr.
and Mrs. Glanders, Mrs. Van da Lubbe,
Mrs. Kuhlke, Mrs. Kuhlmann, Miss F.
Kuhlmann', Henry Kuhlmann, Mr. ana
Mrs. Schroder, Miss A. Schneider; John
Hegerhorst, Ana Mayer. Edward Bitter
Miss Johanas, Mrs. Donohue, Mr. and
Mrs. Baumann. Miss Annie Baumann,
Miss Louise and Minnie Baumann, Henry
and Fred Baumann. Mrs. Wanderer and
Miss Clara Wanderer.
An enjoyable surprise party was ten
dered to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelling by
their many friends Friday evening, bep
tember 1. Among those present were: i.lrs.
Todt, Mrs. Kommaycr. Mrs. Zecker, Mrs.
Palmer. Miss K. Todt. Miss B. Zecker,
Miss A Zecker^ Miss M. Doerr, Miss 1-.
Doerr Miss Bergfeld, Miss B. Fuendel
ine:. Miss D. Fuendeling, false E. Fuen
deHng, Miss X. Guillaume, Miss M. Gull
laume. Miss L. Kommayer, Miss H.
Kommayer, Miss C. McKinnon. E. Lutely.
E. Larson, L. i- Brinna. H. Schroeder,
G. Marshal. C. Cordes and C. Stelling.
The residence of Victor A.. Hancock, 29
Cajiji street, was stormed on the evening
of September 2 by a host of young visit
ors, who swarmed In without' the formal
ity of an invitation. These were the many
friends of Miss- Marguerite Baker, ..the
sister-in-law of Mr. Hancock, and the
occasion of the guests' visit was to give
the young lady a birthday surprise party.
Miss Baker had Just acquired legal age
; on this day and' the many who came were
I there for a good time, which they had.
After the usual congratulations the as
semblage proceeded to make themselves
at home with song, music and recitation*!.
A Cakewalk which Introduced Miss Marie
Hayden, Miss Mollfe Long and 1 Major T.
L. Pohl, all of whom were especially
dressed for the occasion, amused • the
company. Several select pieces from the
latest musical productions were rendered
by the Misses Marie and Sedrich Hayden.
Those who were present- were: Miss
Marie and Miss Sedrich Hayden, James
11. Scanlon. Mollie Long, J. F. Hancock,
Bertha Fakrenkrug, Miss Marie Dona
hue, Thomas H. Casey, Miss Ada Vera
Long. Thomas J. Moroney, Miss Julia
Donahue. Major T. L. Pohl. Marguerite
Baker, Miss Cora Long. Charles Morgan,
Joseph Garin, Miss Alice Kenney, Thomas
Gardner, J. H. Sheehan. Victor A. Han
cock, Gertrude Balser, Mrs. Mollie Han
cock and Mrs. Joseph Balser.
Last Sunday evening at her residence
on Guerrero street Mrs. Barbara M. Mc-
Carthy tendered a reception to her broth
er, J. J. Galvin, and his sons, Arthur and
Thomas Galvin, returned soldiers from
the Philippines. Patriotic selections fol
lowed a well appointed supper. Those
present were: Michael Torpey, Joseph
Murphy. »Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maguire,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Rivers. Miss
Helene Galvin. Miss Gertrude Murphy,
Mrs. Mary O'Brien, Miss Nellie McCarthy,
Mrs. Susie Galvin, Leo McCarthy, Miss
Katie Torpey. Victor McCarthy, Miss
Mary Adam, Frank Torpey.
Miss Grade Hammond was the recip
ient of a birthday party last Saturday
at her home, 540 Gough street. Mrs. C.
S. Hammond was assisted in entertain
ing the little folks by Mrs. Burdett and
Mrs. Henney and a very enjoyable after
noon was spent. mose present were*
Alice Bissett, George Bowen, Honey and
Leara Burdett, Amy Fretschl, Grace and
Lewellyn Hammond, Charles and Harri
son Hammond, Battle and Charles Hen
ney, Irene Marl burg, Alfarata Shepston
Hedwig Shoenfelrl. Willie Slaman. Lydia
and Wardie Walkup and Hattie W/>lf.
A most enjoyable party was tendered
William Foley at the residence of the
Misses Dexter. 369 Silver street. Satur
day evening. September 2, in celebration
of his home-coming from the Philippine
Islands, where he served with the Fir**-
California Regiment. Among those pres
ent were: Miss Jennie Dexter, William
Foloy. Miss May Dexter, Daniel Crowley
Joseph Nannery, Miss Lily Stevens Jos
eph Corrlgan, Miss Florence MoGee
Walter Curien. Miss Maggie Smith ' Mr.'
Huddleston, Miss Ida Gibson, Arthur Me'
Gee. Miss Louise Miller, Fred .Siebe M'ss
Pearl Parker. Harry B. Delmas ' Miss
Florence Gibson, Daniel McKell ° and
A reception ami banquet was given on
tho evening of August ."1. by the Elkhorn
Howling Club of this city, to one of us
members, John Koiiemann, sergeant Com
pany D, First Regiment of the just re
turned California Volunteers, at one of
the uptown popular rotl*MHes. Nine
teen of the twenty-five members sat
around the banquet table enjovinjr a
splendid repast with the necessary re
freshnients. Konemann'e answers to the
many questions put to him as to his ex
peri«ncM while at Manila and Negros
Island made it very Interesting. '
Out oF Town Parties.
A delightful bullshsad breakfast was
given at Ignacio, Sunday morning, by
Mr. and Mrs. Pacheco, in honor of
Eugene Don of Santa Clara. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs. White,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McGlvern, Mrs. Skel
ley. Salvador Pncheco, Mr. and Mrs Tan
foran. Mr. and Mrs. Valencia, Mrs. Boek
en, Mieseß White, Penelope Btandort
Brown. Mercle Pacheco, Gertrude Valen
cia, Messrs. Manell Hector and A. Can
tura, Boeken, Tanforan, Gable, Spencer
In the Future.
The I.idle 3of the General German La
dies' Benevolent Society will give a grand
ball or. the 2Sth cf October In Odd Fellows'
Invltatlonß will be issued shortly by
the members of the N. S. L. K. 10, for
their tenth anniversary reception to take
place, Tuesday evening, September 2t>
at Cotillon Hall.
The members of the Entre Nous Cotil
lon will commence their tenth season
with an assembly and german on Friday
evening, October 23. at the Palace Hotel.
Amnng those who galled on the st^am
siiip Alameda for Honolulu, Auckland and
Sydney on Wednesday. September 6th,
wore: Honolulu— P. Is". Beringer. W. M.
Buchanan, M. Campbell, H. J. Carls, A. J.
<'":its. Xi Nino Eddie. Miss M. Egan. Mips
C. Green. Miss Rhoda Green, Miss Emo
gene Hart, A. E. Hughes, G. Kaleikau,
Miss Mabel Lampman. G. A. Loring. Rob
ert Lov.-rie, Judge F. S. Lyman. Wm. M.
Maluku, E. E. Manheim. L. Marcus, Gap
ton Marcus and wife. Captain Matson, J.
T. McCrosson and wife, Miss McCros
son. Miss A. McCrosson, W. X. Norton,
Mrs. B. J. Parker and child, D. M. Ross,
Mrs. J. F. S^ott. J. Bllngerland. Miss E.
E. Stazubury, Mrs. Helen Theillen, Miss
Anna Taemen, D. F. Thrum and wife.
Miss J. Wores, Miss J. N. Wores. Auck
land-Miss Caroline J. Elton. G. E. 3a
bites, H. E. Harrington. H. P. Reed.
Sydney— John T. Arundel. Miss C. M. Bry
den. John Connolly, Mrs. Congar. Miss
r -ii-jr, Louis Conrad. Donald Cormaek,
T. Algernon Elwell and wife, George Gibb,
IX Hamilton. F. A. Holdsworth. S. C.
H.uvi 11 and wife, Henry Marquiset, Miss
Charlotte Me«-alfe, Mrs. W. H. Patton,
Miss Patton, Jos. Porter. David Ross,
J. Sharp and wife, W. J. Trehair, H. M.
Miss Kathryn Ford and Miss Lizzie Mc-
Carthy have returned after a pleasant so
journ with Mrs. E. D. Thompson of Wat
Miss Amanda To res i. Mr. and Mrs. V.
Ten-si and Miss Charlotta Tcresi have re
turned to the city after a protracted so
journ at the springs and mountains in
Mrs. Jullen Brock hap removed from 1023
Dtvipadero street to 2130- Post street and
will be at home on the second and third
Mrs. I. J. Anatz nf 2527 Howard street
has left with her children on an extended
visit to Biggins' ranch, Sonoma county.
Miss M. tiwitiiei of 832 Sutter street has
left for New York.
Miss Anna Lehnert has returned to her
home. 1135 Bush street, after a very pleas
ant summering in Xew York, Boston and
James M. Goewey Jr. recently left for
an extended trip abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christie, formerly
of 214 Franklin street, have moved into
the new home they recently had built at
777 Cole street. At home second Wednes
Mrs. H. H. Ihnen has gone to Pacific
Grove us a delegate from the Richmond
M. E. Church.
Mrs. Jules Arion of 1227 Geary street
will be at home the second Monday of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Abraham will re
ceive their friends to-day (Sunday) at
their residence, IL'M Eddy street.
Mrs. M. Cohen of Seattle is here and will
be pleased to see her friends at the resi
dence of her sister. Mis. M. A. Livingston,
on Tuesday afternoon, September 12, at
SIS Octavia street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lachman have removed
from :&1 Oak street to 677 McAllister.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Abraham (nee Al
tell) will receive their friends on Sunday,
September 10, at their residence, 1254 Eddy
Mrs. I. GunzburKPr of 1617' i Webster
street has removed to ISO 7 Sutter, Dear
Webster, and will be pleased to see her
friends on Mondays.
Mis. A. A. Stafford of Alameda wo J
be pleased to receive her friends at her
new home. 1042 Santa Clara avenue, next
Saturday afternoon, from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. E. E. Stomls of Los Angeles is vis
iting friends in Haywards.
D. Becker and daughters, Minna and
Emma, ar<> spending a month in Lake
County, visiting the various springs.
Tli" following passengers sailed for
Europe on* the Hamburg American line
steamship Augusta Victoria September 7:
Mrs James A. Robinson. Miss Elena Rob
inson, Miss M. A. Lattaillade. Miss Mary
V. Beans, TVlip.s F. L. Beans. Miss Miller,
Mrs. O. P. yon Rhein. Mrs. G. W. Luce,
Miss Mabel Luce. Master Roy Luce. Mrs.
C. L. Hansen. Mies H. Brown.
On the Hamburg American line steam
ship Pennsylvania the following- sailed:
August Waldenmeier. Mrs. August Wal
denmeier. Miss Bertha Waldpiimeler, Miss
Auguste Waldenmeier. Mrs. A. Nordmann.
Mrs. H. Larsen. H. Larsen and child, Miss
Bertha Pohl. Frederick W. Helms. Miss
M. Braun. ,_• .
Mr. and Mrs. I* Ancker of 381 Oak street
have removed to 677 McAllister.
Mme. Billoni Zifferer has returned from
the country and will reside far the winter
at the Hotel Pleasanton.
Now that the hot weather Is practically
over the society folk of Los Angeles are
returning from mountain and sea and so
cial events are becoming more frequent.
The outlook for the winter season is very
bright, and In a few week^ Los Angeles
society will again keep upTts reputation
for brilliant entertainments.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Borden enter
tained at dinner complimentary to their
house guest Captain Edward Winston Of
the Nineteenth Infantry, who will soon
join his regiment in Manila. The other
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby
Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hay Chap
man, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner P. Hunt, Mrs.
M. M. Burnett, Miss Emma Graves, Miss
Cahart and W. S. Burnett and Robert
Mesdames Abbot Klnney. W. H. Hay
Chapman and J. Addison Smith were the
hostesses of a fancy dress ball given at
the Doria, Santa Monica, on Wednesday.
The house was very artistically decorated
with geraniums, cannas and potted plant ß ,
and the national colors were gracefully
draped about. The guests, who numbered
about one hundred, were all artistically
dressed, and the whole affair was one or
the most successful of the many which
have been given during the summer sea
The marriage of Mies Mary E. Apablasa
to Peter Joseph Conley was celebrated at
9 o'clock on Wednesday at the cathedral.
I The ceremony was performed by Bishop
Montgomery in the presence of a large
number of friends and relatives of the
bride and groom. The bride, who is the
daughter of Mrs. I. A. Sepulveda, was
handsomely dressed in duchess satin
trimmed with chiffon, orauge blossoms,
; lace and pearl ornaments. She wore a tule
i veil caught with orange blossoms, and
I carried a bouquet of white carnations tied
with broad satin ribbon. Miss Florence
Canfkld acted as maid of honor and
■ Misses Hazel Shafer, battle Labory. Fay
i Lewis and Conehita Apablasa, a sister of
the bride, acted as bridesmaids. L. E.
I Meyer was best man and Messrs. Salter,
I Edgerton. Williams aaid Adkinson ushers.
Elrte Brinkman was ringbearer, and two
little sisters of the bride, Lita and Lav
! Rita, were flower girls. After the cere
mony an elaborate wedding breakfast was
served at the residence of the bride's
mother in South Grand avenue, where the
entire house was beautifully decorated
in carnations, ferns, roses and ribbons.
Mr. and Mrs. Conley left for an extended
trip to the northern part of the State,
and on their return will make their home
in Lob Angeles.
The Newman Club gave its fourth
monthly dinner in the banquet -room at
Jerry lllich's restaurant on Thursday.
About thirty members and guests were
Mrs. W. H. Brodbock entertained at
luncheon Thursday in honor of her moth
! er, Mrs. W. A. ('hick. All the guests
| were formally residents of Aurora, 111.
! The table was artistically decorated with
I pink carnations, ferns and satin ribbons
lof pink and green. The guests were:
! Mesdames W. J. Boyle. A. J. Cobb, E.
Ropseau, S. C. Heaton, E. R. Orandon, A.
Crtswell. Kate Brodbeck, Blaisdell, Lucy
Curtis and Miss Brodbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Washburn enter
! talne.l at dinner Friday in honor of Rev.
! and Mrs. Edwin Hurt Jenks. The table
i was beautifully decorated with ferns and
' red carnations and the lights were shaded
] with rose color. Besides the guests of
i honor there were present: Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Muir, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flint,
Mrs. G. A. Danskin and Mrs. William
Ernest Tanner. West Thirty-first street,
i entertained at dinner Friday In honor of
I Edward Off, prior to his departure for
Chicago, where he goes to be married.
The table decorations were of ferns and
pink carnations and ribbons. Covers were
laid for eight.
Mrs. Allan Muir, South Workman
street, entertained with a matinee party
on Friday. She was assisted in receiving
by her sisters, Mrs. w. 11. Roberta and
Miss Grace Boal. The rooms were decor
ated with roses and pott«<l ferns, and
•■ the veranda, where refreshments were
: served, was inclosed with smilax and
i decorated with ferns and carnations. The
guests were: Mesdames J. A. Muir. F. W.
Bteddom, K. 11. Boal, I. A. Jamison, W.
A. Clark. Homer Lapp, W. J. Melntyre,
! Alice Cooley, L. Gates, A. M. Jamison,
William Muir, William Keppenstall, A. A.
Lester, F. Atkinson, H. Aylesworth and
the Miss, s Cole and Boal.
Mayor Fred Eaton has returned from
the north, where he spent his vacation.
Most of the time he was in San Fran
■ cisco, where he assisted in welcoming tne
Miss Violet Putton, the Southern Cali
i fornla champion in ladles' singles, is in
' Del Monte, where she will try for the
I championship at the tennis tournament
i to be played there.
Dr. George W. Lasher and Dr. F. W.
I Steddom have returned from Sierra Coun
] ty, where they spent three weeits In flsh
j ing and hunting.
Judge York Is spending a few days at
| Terminal Island.
\V. J. \Vashburn, president of the Bank
of Commerce, and wife are enjoying a
ten days' stay at La Jolla, San Diego
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Craig are at Cata
linn for a ten days' outing.
Miss Edna Bragg of Little Rock. Ar-
I knnsas. is visiting Dr. Weeks and family
] of 1324 Newton avenue.
Mr. L. Redpath of the Herald has re
turned from his vacation at Redondo.
C. N. Earl has returned from Ventura
County, where he has been sojourning
for the past two weeks.
Mrs. F W. Steddom and Miss Ida Need
ham of Glendora spent several days last
week at Santa Monica.
Dr. W. W. Beckett and family have re
turned from Catalina, where they had a
most enjoyable outing of a week.
Mrs. H. M. Sale, one of the most ardent
entertainers at Terminal Island during
the summer, has returned to Los Angeles
Mrs. W. W. Hitchcock and daughter.
Miss Mac, have returned from Terminal
Island, where they spent the summer.
Carlos Brausby, teacher of Spanish in
the High School, has returned from Cat
alina Island, where he spent part of his
Miss Daisy Bell of South Figusroa
street has returned from Santa Monica,
where she whs the guest of her sister
Mrs. Frank Walsh, who is spending the
Little Bessie Buskirk of Los Angeles
the child actress of the Modjeska com
pany, was the guest of Madame Modjes
ka at Hotel del Coronado during the past
week. The niadamo is very fond of h«r
ANOTHER SPECIAL SALE
. . OP . .
LADIES' KID GLOVES !
On August 19 we placed on sale 100 dozen LADIES' KID
GLOVES at 50 cents per pair. These gloves, which represented
"a manufacturer's job," were marked at 50 per cent below usual
cost and were entirely sold out during the ensuing week. We now
beg to announce to our friends and the public that we have
placed on sale another similar "manufacturer's job," numbering
205 dozen of LADIES' KID GLOVES, all sizes, in brown, gray,
tan and black colors, at 5O cents per pair.
BLACK I>«KSS (iOODS- 60-inch fine all-wool English
serge, extra heavy, suitable for tailor suiting, extra special
at Jp1.25 per yard. French Crepons. in a large variety of
designs, positively a bargain, at $1.25 per yard.
COI^ORa-J* DKIMS tiOOJDS — All-wool Venetians, 36 inches
wide, 5O cents per yard.
ZIBELIN and CAMELS' HAIR PLAID, 36 inches wide, 50
cents per yard.
1O pieces TAJBI-E DAMASK-64 inches wide, pearl white,
all pure linen, heavy and substantial, very special at 50 cents
9O doz. 3-J diKKHA.I *' A l»l4l^S— Half bleached, dinner size,
extra heavy and durable, very special at $1.25 per dozen.
!F!F Murphy Building, /
Cor. Market, Jones and McAllister Sts.
youthful protege, who is known among,
the madam's friends as her French doll. .
B A Cecil Stephens, an old-time jour- |
nalist 'of Southern California after an
absence of six years has , rec e ntl > JT
turned here to again engage In the news
paper business. During Mr. Stephens
absence he spent one year in the Klon
dike and when the war broke out he
! formed a company and offered nib ser
vices to the country, but at that time
they liiul sufficient troops and besides
didn't care to take any from the Terri- ,
Miss Cleme Griffin, who has been visit- ,
I ing friends in South Pasadena, has re- j
I turned to her home.
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Hamilton and fam
; ily who have been residing at 110 Downey
avenue, have removed to Newton avenue, i
Dr. W. H. Roberts of Pasadena, for
merly of Los Angeles, has gone to Chi
cago to take a post graduate course in
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bond Francisco have j
; returned from the mountains, where they j
spent the summer. Mr. Francisco will
soon open an academy of art in the
Miss Lillian Bell of South Figueroa
street is in Santa Monica visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Frank Walsh, for the remainder |
of the summer.
One of the most important society !
events of the season will be the double j
wedding which will take place on the 14th ;
inst.. the contracting parties being Miss j
Henrietta Heinzeman and J. O. Oashem
and Miss Agusta Heinzeman and Pro
fessor Edwin H. Clark.
Mrs. J. Toney Connor and Miss Olive
| Percival left Saturday for their second
trip through Mexico.
Mrs. D. Gotthelf has returned from her :
! European trip.
Miss Jette Thorn is in New York City
i visiting friends.
Hen. Stephen M. White, wife and child
i ar>' .it Lake Tahne for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank McGrath left
I Saturday for Chicago, where they will
visit relatives, leaving there for New I
York, where they expect to arrive in I
time for the Dewey celebration and in- i
ternational yacht race. They will return
the latter, part of October.
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Graves, South Fig- ;
i ueroa street, announced the engagement j
of their daughter. Miss Emma Graves, |
to "William A. Strong of this city.
"L. E. Mosher of the Times and family
| have returned from Santa Monica.
Postoffice Inspector Motley Flint and
I wife have returned from San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffith J. Griffith, Bon j
and niece. Miss Mary Mesmer, have re- j
turned from Santa Monica.
General Sherman has returned from i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis A. Bowe of Los '
Aiift'ps have issued invitations to the j
rrmriage of their daughter Maude to
Clyde 11. Abbott. The wedding will take
Sea SSathing and the
33y 97? me. 3fc/geia,
«7 HAPPENED to pass through the
bathing suit department of one of the
I! downtown shops a few days since Just
at the time when a particularly tempt
ing lot of bathing suits were being dis
posed of at really bargain prices. I pledge
you my word the women were clustered
about that counter as thick as flies about
a molasses jug, and chattering like so
many magpies. Believing a riot to be
imminent I gathered up my skirts and
elbowed my way out of the crowd as has
tily as possible, but not before the
thought had occurred to me that a few
words for the special benefit of the maid
en who Is still butterflying away the days
at the seashore would not be amiss in this
There Is no tonic in the world equal to
a salt sea bath. A dip into the briny
deep is not only delightfully refreshing.
but it is invigorating and strengthening
to the body as well, providing the sub
ject be robust. It is particularly benefi
cial to women who are inclined to obe
sity, tut the thin, nervous girl should in
dulge In moderation. An aching head,
fatigue and blue linger nails are the sig
nals that she has been in the water long
enough, and she should at once hast-en
Statements to the contrary notwith
standing, .^ea bathing is destructive to the
complexion and will also play havoc with
silky tresses unless precautions are taken.
To leave salt water on the fare. neck,
arms and hands will certainly prove dis
astrous. Therefore a cold, fresh shower
should always follow the plunge. If this
is not available then have a bowl of fresh
water In your dressing-room and sponge
Oil with it before getting into your clothes.
If a pure cold cream Is rubbed into the
Bkin as soon as possible after this rins
ing tan or sunburn will be less likely to
make 'he skin unsightly.
Another thing. Before entering the wa
ter be careful to wet the hands, face, neck
and chest. If this precaution is neglected
the blood is liable to rush to the head
and disfigurements in the shape of red
blotches may be left on the face.
Sometimes an ugly little crop of erup
tions will appear after a bath in the surf.
When this happens it is a pretty sure in
dication that salt water does not agree
with that person, and the bath should
not be repeated.
Some women have an idea that when
taking a sea bath every day the fr. ?h
water ablutions can be dispensed with.
This is altogether wrong. Cleanliness
like virtue, is its own reward, and in the
bathtub, with a good, firm flesh brush,
plenty of fresh warm water and soap will
be found a rapid transit line to beauty.
When taking your swim in the ocean
do not let the salt water get into your
hair if you wish to keep it fluffy and nice.
You can easily prevent this by wearing
a rubber cap and exercising a little care.
If the hair does get mcflstened despite
precautions, then it must be shampooed
afterward and carefully dried, and no
mischief will be done.
A delightful cream to be used after
coming out of the surf, or, In fact, at any
time, is the following:
Take two rather ripe cucumbers. Wash
carefully and slice very thin without re
moving the green outer skin. Place be
tween two plates, bo that the juice will
drain from them. Let stand over night
and strain through muslin. Melt twenty
grains of white wax In a porcelain ket
tle, and add to it two ounces of the very
best oil of sweet almonds. Remove from
tha fire and add half an ounce of roae-
?i™K at ,| :3 ° ° c lock on the evening of Sep
tember V* at , th £ First Baptist Church,
corner of Eighth and Elower streets, Los
Angeles. At the conclusion of the cere
mony the happy couple will take the
northbound train for Berkeley, their fu
ture home, whore Mr. Abbott" is en a ed
fit the Resorts.
GILROY— following quests have re -:«.
tered at Giiroy Hot Springs during the past
week: William Bercovich, T. P. de Barber,
San Jose; Gottlich Relchstetter, Sergeant J T
JJonovan, Judge A. B. Tread well. F. Fopete
Mrs. Charles Lehmann. Miss S. Lehmann,
Miss J. Lehmann, Sergeant John Mooney, D.
cv^' a l>P - J - R >' an - F - w - Bugles, August
Schleicher C. M. Beck, Pan Francisco; Charles
B Pollard, New York; T. O. Kelly and wife,
Colma; Sam Hooper. Ireland; John A Laird,
James E. Kanaely, Marshal White, Giiroy; ,
Mrs. B. F. Strati San Felipe; Frank Bar
rett-and family. Julia S. Barrett, Annie Bar
rett, Palo Alto: Emll E. Farnsworth and son,
f>. J. Smith, Carson City; H. M. Wreden, wife
PARAISO HOT SPRINGS- Following are the
arrivals for the past week at Paraiso: Mrs P
Crowley, Miss Josephine Crowley, Theodore
V\ f-hr, Mrs. M. de Forest, J. M. Dwver. Miss
Kate Crowley, P. Crowlev. Master Horace
Amphlett. R. R. Ritchie, Edward Holland, Mi? 3
Amelia Bahrs. Miss Julie Bahrs. Mrs. E W
Holland, San Francisco; Victor Canhape, Ed
ward J. Bennett, John A. Woodward, San Jose-
Mr, and Mrs. George Seltz, Mrs. J. Burke
WatsonvlHe; Ed E. Holbrock, Ira L Ramgdell,
Holllster; B. F. Gould, Mission Soledad; Rev.
P. Farrell, Gonrales; T. J. Field, Monterey;
J. T. Perrault, Guatemala; E. A. C. Long,
HIGHLAND . SPRINGS— Recent arrivals at
Highland Springs are: \V. R. Harvey, wife and
child. San Francisco: Dr. H. E. Mailer, wife
and child. .T. H. Dieckmann, Miss Dieckmann,
Oakland; Mrs. A. Hassey, A.. A. Plunkett,
W. V. Hopkins. San Francisco; Mrs. R. A.
Sparks and family, EHxon; Colonel Gain-es
Lawson, Pasadena; Hon. F. M. Angellotti, San
Rafael; J. H. Goldsmith and wife, Robert
White and n-Jfe. San Francisco; W. C. Tiehe,
Madera; M. de Martin, A. J. Bloom, Petaluma;
Mrs. A. S. Klnsey, G. H. Kinsey. San Fran
cisco; H. F. Eber and family, San Leandro:
Miss Viola Piereey, San Francisco; Mrs. L. M.
Hayes, F. A. Braun. Oakland: G. M. Franks
and wife, San Francisco; C. Faust, Haywards;
Mrs. E. Hlrchler, Miss Sachs, Miss Carrie
Sachs, San Francisco; Mrs. Norman Rideout,
Mrs. Kimball. MarysvHle; G«orge Horn, Ma
dera: Miss Laura Meyers. Dixon; Edward S.
Oakley, Thomas Madden, Thomas Murray. Mr«.
T. J. Drury, J. T. Barnes, J. T. Dimbleley. San
Francisco; William Heyer, Oakland ; William
J. Raymon, San Francisco; Miss Mabel Kal
loch. Miss Alice Healy, Los Angeles; Eugene
Korn, San Francisco; Miss S. R. Liebke, Mrs.
R. C. Greer, St. Louis, Mo.; James McCul
lough and wife. Mrs. J. E. Hopkins, F. B.
Cavarly, San Francisco; Warren Green and
wife, Preston; William McClellan, San Fran
. ♦ .
Opening over we are down to solid busi
ness. Fair hats for fair women at fair
prices. "Keith's," SOS Market street. *
water and the juice of the cucumbers,
warming these very slightly if the day
happens to be cool. Beat with a silver
spoon or fork, and when a whitish mass
begins to form add two or three drops
of oil of rose. This cream should ba
fluffy and white. It is particularly ni« a
for tan or sunburn.
Arjswcrs to Correspor)der)ts.
HOPELESS SINNER— I really cannot
answer your question in this department.
I am chary of giving advit?e in such mat
ters, anyway, but ir you will send me a
stamped, addressed envelope I will give
you ray opinion on the subject.
MARY SIN'BAD— If you will apply a lit
tle lemon juice to tlmsp brown spots on
your hands, let It dry on and then use a
little cold cream It will whiten them
nicely. The cold cream, formula for which.
Is given in to-<lay's Beauty Talk, will be
found to be a splendid bleach. The fol
lowing process Is said to bo a quick way
of wintering the hands. You might try
it: Rub them well at night for three
nights in succession with airnond o!l and.
then cc^er them with as much tine chalk
as they will take. I expect this would,
be moro effectual if a large pair of gloves
were »irn over nifjht.
OYPSY QUEEN I am Forry. but I
haven't a good formula for liquid pow
der. Massage the hollows in the ne<'lc
with equal parts of lanolin, cocoa butter
and COCOanut oil melu-d together. Or
ange flower skin food Is the best all
round skin food you could possibly find.
The use of the skin food and powder will
not enlarge the pores of the skin, par
ticularly if the face is well scrubbed with
a complexion brush, warm water and cas
tile soap every ni»ht before retiring.
VOI'TH-I wisli, you would try the cu-^
cumber cream, formula for which is given y
in to-day's Beauty Talk. T know you will
find it delightful. Do not attempt to re
move the TUJKf from your face. Those
things are beat left severely alone. Out
of-door exercise Is the best thing to put
into the cheeks. Or it may be that
you need an iron tonic to increase tha
number of red corpuscles in your bloo.l.
I would not advise you to do anything
more to the hair at the back of the neck
than to brush it up persistently.
Madar.ie Neergraard, pupil of St. Genaaln,
scientific palmist; reading:, by mail. $1: otHcm
hours 1 to 8 p. m. 616 Oeary st., above Jones:
"When . Mrs. Nettie
Harrison's 4-day Hair
ffW Tfl Restorer ■ will bring
■ «■/ Wfim _ _ _ . back: the natural col-
m/u/ El M / or Gray or faded hair
s/'W B I m/ restored permanently
II HB W without inconvenience
I I H-* T and with no disagree-
<a/ able after effects. Not
a dye; is cleanly;
leaves no sediment,
Ba -and'doe3 not make tha
Sj » — ; hair sticky. All drug-
|««f /3 gists sell It at $1.00.
| ■ |Tj Superfluous Hair
"^^/ Removed permanently
by the Electric Needle
as operated by me.
Iff* 5| 17 Mrs, Settle Harrison..
11 I £\ W . DERMATOLOGIST, jj 1
J - 41-42 Sear] St., Sao Francises /
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