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<^^ Jl£,A perfect fitting, high-class tailoring,
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*♦ M^^ ~ Prices> $15 to $60
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f ;ppgw Collarettes, 85.00, $5.50.
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i • Capesat $10, $12.50 $15.
♦, Red Alaska Seal Collarettes at $10 and $15
I JACKETS. JACKETS,
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.£ The very newest, made by competent tailors, the pink of perfection,
♦_ at our well known popular prices $5 to $35
I CAPES. CAPES.
♦ The latest styles in GOLF, CLOTH, SILK, VELOUR and PLUSH-
? $5 to $50.
4 MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CAPES, in great variety
I $2.50 to $10
1 NEW SILK AND WOOL WAISTS at very low prices.

KNIGHTS OF HONOR
ENJOY AN OUTING
SPENDING ADMISSION DAY IN
LOS GATOS GROVE.
The Members of the Order and
Friends Entertained by Citizens
of Santa Clara Valley.
It took fourteen cars of the broad-gauge
line yesterday to convey the Knights of
Honor of San Francisco and Alameda
County and their friends to Los Gatos,
Santa Clara County, where they cele
brated Admission day by a picnic and
barbecue in I»s Gatos grove, one of the
very pretty spots in Santa Clara Valley.
There were nearly 900 persons on the
train, who, after a two hours' ride, were
landed within easy walking distance of
the grove. They were met by the citi
zens of Los Gatos, who bid the visitors
welcome^ and invited them to partake of
delicious steaks iked on an immense
gridiron in the open air, and of sweet
(-■urn.
After lunch there was the distribution
of a number of useful gate prizes, after
which Grand Assistant Dictator Ben
I. Salomon, chairman of the committee
of arrangements, delivered a short ad
diess, thanking the people of Los Gatos
for their kind '"■■;• lon. He was fol
lowed by Grand Dictator Prescott L.
Archibald] who In a few words explained
the work of the Knights of Honor, and
stated that in their twenty-six years of ex
istence they had distributed to t.ie bene
ficiaries of deceased members the cum
of $i~.'X>O.onrt, and (11,000,000 for the relief
of sick members. •
An hour was then devoted to dancing
on the platform under the shade of wide
spreading trees, and then followed the
races, with the following results:
Boys' race— by Syl O'Brien. 1784 Ellis
Street: second. J'.ert Houston, 313 Folsom street.
Girls' race — fVarl Maraales, Los Gatos; Lor
etta Archibald. 429 Turk street
Ynung men's rac«— Ed Stone, Los Gatos;
James Webster, ISI2 Pacific avenue.
Young ladies' race— Lottie Xeale, 2003 San
Uruuo road.
Fat men's raeo— N*. "Weynerosky, 210H Perry
street: C. F. l Iraeber, 6.14 Post street.
Married ladies' race— w P. Archibald.
2*2 Valencia street: Mrs. M. Berran, 2323 Post
street.
Knißhts of Honor race— .T. Denny of Terba
Buena Lodge, 2:.2 Van Ness avenue; M. F.
U;anoh.nr<l of Anchor Lodge. 644 Sanchez street.
Fat ladies' race— Miss G. Weinbers;, 856 Clem
entina •■•: Miss J. E. Kitzpatrick, ISO Perry
etreet.
Standard broad Jump — Thomas Johnston, Ben
I. Salomon of Liberty Lodge.
High Jump— Thomas Johnston, G. W. Gep
pert, 532 Linden street.
The events closed with "cock fight*."
The contestants entered In pairs with
arms folded, and hopping on the right
foot knocked one another with their el
bows until one or the other forced his op
r.'.nfnt to rest his left foot on the ground.
Peter Kromberg of 1614 Turk street was
the winner of this contest.
There was an extra race for boys and
girls, and these were won by Charles
Johnson and Willie Eubanks. of Los
Gatos. and Clara Fex and Lottie Cramer,
of this city.
During the afternoon Miss Clara Fex
nitertained the excursionists with popu
lar Bongs.
E. B. Thayer of Iceland Stanford Lodge
upon arrival at the grove released three
homing pigeons with a message announc
ing tho safe arrival of the excursionists
to A. Rosa on Albion avenue.
At half-past 5 o'clock the band mem
bers. after having played several dance
numbers, gave three cheers for the peo
ple of Los Gatos, three more for Cali
fornia, and returned to the waiting train.
Bible Class Meeting
rh« Bible class which waa organized
DIRECTORY
OF RESPONSIBLE HOUSES.
Catalogues and- Price Lists Mailed
on Application.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
THE SAN FRANCISCO NEWS COIWPAN V
■{42 to 250 Geary Street. Above Powell
PERIODICALS. BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
T COAL. COKK AND PIG IRON.
Jr H'll CAM £. rti 900 Battery Street.
t W ILSU!N 4 tU- > Telephone Main 18M.
COPPERSMITH.
JOSEPH FOX. Supt. H. BLYTH, Mgr.
CB CMITH Ship Plumbing, Steamboat
• TT- J.MiIH. and Ship Work a Specialty. 16
and 18 Washington at. Telephone Main (ML
FRESH AND SALT MEATS-
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JAj DUILJUtU , day. Tel. Main 1»4.
FURS.
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J. 11. LVrjIHU, styles, lowest price*, remodeling.
IR )N FOUNDERS.
WESTERN FOUNDRY, R^ & o ' n y t
Bt Cas- ngs of Every Description Mad* to
Order. Tel. Black ISOG. ; '
PAPER DEALERS.
H'll I AMFTTP PULP AND PAPER CO.
VULLAIUCIIE 722 Montgomery street
PRINTING.
En HUGHES, m PRINTER, r. •
t nIUnCJ. 611 Sansume st , a. F.
THE HICKS- JUDD CO , 55gjg^» *£%
STATIONER AND PRINTER.
18 PARTRIDGE *" SgSg""
WHITE ASH STEAM COAL, NE g LA^
DIAMOND COAL MINING CO.. r.t Its GREEN
RIVER COLLIERIES, is the Beat Coal In the
Market. Ufllco and Yards— i£o Main street.
last spring at the sug-g-estion of D. Tsli
Moody will resume its sessions n<>w that"
the summer vacation is over. The first
meeting of the class will be held next
Tuesday evening at s o'clock at the Young
Men's Christian Association Auditorium.
Rev. -W. H. Bell, D.1)., will again have
charge as lecturer. Tills class is Intended
as a help to all students of the English
Bible., and especially to Blble-teacners.
It is open to both men and women anil
free to the public.
NATIVE SON VOLUNTEERS.
A Banquet to Be Given and One That
Was Given by Local Parlors.
Next Tuesday evening National Parlor
of thf> Native Soup will Rive a banquet
to its soldier members. The following will
be the guests of honor, all members of the
First California, except three: Lieuten
ant-Colonel Charles Bo acton, Major Chas.
Tllden, Captain Otto Huber, Company I:
First Lieutenant Charles E. Thompson,
Company (i; First Lieutenant Herman
Huber,. battery ydjutant; Second Liei
r W. X. Swasey, Company <J: Fust
Sergeant Phil J. Newman, Company «;;
Drum Major John yon Stader, Company
I. Sergeant Frank L. McNally, Company
<i; Private w. L. Eiagerman, Company <i.
First California Volunteers; Private Harry
Harper, Battery A, California Heavy
Artillery: Corporal Nlckolas Madsen,
Company a, Eighth California Volunteer
Regiment; Second Lieutenant Ed Schnut
enhaus Jr., Fourteenth Infantry, U. S. A.
Committee on Banquet John Dispaux I
(chairm&n), P. (i. dv l'y. 11. F. Lilken
day, I>. K. Munl^n, A." K. Vaughn, F.
Glocker, D. F. Nunan, K. Matthenson, R.
L. Raiike.
The members of Presidio Parlor. X. S.
G. W - iast Thursday
nig-ht ;it the Occidental restaurant to the
six members of thfir parlor v.h<> recently
returned with the First Regiment of Cali
fornia Volunteers from the Philippine Isl
ands. Tiny were given a penuini Native
Sons' reception. Speech-making was in
dulge-*] in, the soldiers related tnc.r expe
riences, and other members expressed
th^ir appreciation of the volunteers' cour
age to have- s.t aside their daily pur
suits to go to the front in defense of tho !
country.
LIEUTENANT AND PRIVATE.
Reception Tendered by Social Council
Chosen Friends to Members.
I^ast Friday night th.; banquet hall In
the Native Sons' building was crowded
with rm-ml^rs of Social Council No. 46 of
the Order of Chosen Friends and their
Invited guests-, who had assembled to ten
der a reception to two of tho s • > l r 1 i^- r mem
bers of the council. Lieutenant Charles
E. Goodell and Private Henry P». Hilton
of Company C First California Volun
teers. A special guest was Captain Den
nis Geary of the California Heavy Artil
lery. The programme. und.T the direction
of Mrs. K. A. Adams, chairman of th»
committee of arrangements. Includi <\
words of welcome by W. WL Sullivan,
councilor of Social Council; reply l>v
Lieutenant Goodeil and Private Hilton;
address by Captain Geary; vocal BOloe by
Mrs. H. Sorensen. J. Bloom, Mrs. \". h
Armacost and Hugh N. Callander; reci
tations by Joseph Goodman. Mi.-s Carrie
Purcell and Aubery M. Vat.s. and spe
clalties by Miss Victoria Orr. After that
there was a programme of twelve dances.
Hibernians at Harbor View
Division NO. 2 of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians held a family reunion at Har
bor View yesterday. The attendance was
good and there was no discount on the
programme or on the fun of those who
had the pleasure of participating. There
was dancing in the big pavilion and on
the platform on the outside, where the
good old Irish jigs and sailor hornpipe
music kept the enjoyment moving. Prom
inent among those who aided in making
the event a pleasant feature were Judge
M. Cooney, Vice President M. F. Donleavy
and Secretary T. 1.. Clancy. Assisting
these were the following committees and
the officers of the division:
Bartly Lee. president; M. F. Donleavy, vice
president; M. C. Gorham, treasurer; T. L. I
Clancy, recording secretary; M. Uolan, financial
secretary: John Kenny, chairman social com
mittee; Dr. T. F. Brennan, medical examiner.
Committee of arrangements— M. C. Gorham.
chairman; William P. Harmon, secretary; T.
J. Mellott, treasurer; P. J. Mcehan, James
Smith, M. F. Donleavy, T. L.. Clancy.
Reception committee — Bartly Lee, chairman;
Judge Cooney, John Kenny, Francis Cornyn,
Bartly Keville. J. J. Meehan, Captain Wren,
John McFadden, John Devany, T. J. Norton;
M. Nile*. Bernard Higglns, M. Farrell, San
Jose.
Floor committee— Thomas B. Crowley, floor i
director; assistants, T. J. Mellott, J. J. Mogan, i
Thomas Conroy, John T. Connolly, P. F. Rellly,
John Casey, M. Casey.
Committee on games— Captain Sheehey, chair
man; C. Rodden, John Kllcullen. Hugh Dono
hue, John McFadden. John Marmn. Edward
Mach-ry. Charles Kelly, Charles Dillon.
Committee on Jib and reel dancing— John |
Kenny, chairman; Judge Cooney. Samuel I
Qulnn, John Devany, J. C. Sheehan, Peter |
McArdle. :\ . .
Committee on Cakewalk— Michael Dolan,
chairman; M. C. Gorham, Francis Cornyn,
Luke Tally, M. McOee.
Sherwood Circle.
Sherwood Circle of the Companions of
the Forest had a good attendance last
Thursday .night at Its social dance In
the social hall of the Foresters' building.
There was a good programme of dances
and the young folks enjoyed themselves
hugely Between dances there were sev
eral vocal and Instrumental numbers.
Hereafter the circle will give its socials
on Wednesday night Instead of Thurs
day.
California Hive.
California Hive No. 2 of the Ladies of
the Maccabees has taken quarters In the
Native Sons' building and become auxil
iary to Pacific Tent of the Knights of the
Maccabees. This hive will give* an enter
tainment and dance in the Native Sons'
buildings on the evening of the 29th inst.
Rev. L. J- Garver to Speak.
There will be a mass-meetinjc for men
only at the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation Auditorium to-day at 3 o'clock.
An address by Rev. L. J. Oarver on "Silas
Marner or the Transforming Power of
Love," will be the feature of tne occasion.
THE SAN THAN CISCO CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899.
FRATERNAL NEWS.
The Odd Fellows.
On the 19th Inst. W. H. Barnes, P. G.
1 I M. W., will deliver his annual lecture
. I before Unify Lodge, and that date -will
j be the forty-fourth anniversary of his
• ! initiation as an Odd Fellow and the
j sixty-fifth of his birth.
Last Tuesday a number of the grand
, I officers went to Sacramento to attend the
' i funeral of the late Deputy Grand Master
, J. L. Robinette.
As yet no one has been selected to fill
! the vacancy caused by the death of Dep
uty Grand Master J. L. Robinette. The
, constitution provides that the deputy
I grand master shall fill the unexpired term
, in case of the death of the grand master,
I and that if there is a vacancy in the
, j office of deputy grand master it shall be
filled by the Grand Lodge, if In session,
and if hot In session, then by the stand
ing committee. At present W. W. Wat
son, who at the last session of the Grand
• ! Lodge was elected grand warden, would
1 under the unwritten law of the order be
• come, next year, the deputy grand mas
ter and the following year the grand mas
• t.^r. lie was in the line of promotion,
but In view of the death of the deputy
• grand master in order to be elected to
that office he would have to resign the
• position he now holds. Whether that will
bo the course pursued remains to be
seen.
The general relief committee will en
■ tertain a number of the Odd Fellow sol
■ di< ra from Idaho this morning.
Past Grand Master Karl C. Breuck of
■ ' Stockton and Miss Fannie Benjamin, past
• , president of the California Assembly of
• f \ the Rebekahs, were in this city last week.
Ancient Order Workmen.
| The extension committee held a meet
. ing last week at which there were pres
ent the grand master, deputy grand mas
• ter, grand overseer, grand lecturer and
j ; other grand officers, when there was the
• discussion of a number of plans for the
. advancement of the order in the city and
State. One conclusion reached wa_s to
. devise ways and means to reduce the time
within which claims are paid. It was
. stated at the meeting that there had been
, a great deal of good work by the special
, deputies In the district resigned to the
, grand overseer. Favorable reports were
, presented as to the work that has been
done by Deputies Wells, Saunders and
, I Hargraves.
" j Liberty Lodge at Ocean View will hold
an open m-eting on next Tuesday night,
( ' when there will be an interesting pro
gramme. A number of the grand officers
will l>e present.
i Past Grand Master Barnes will deliver
, an address before the lodge at Hollister
l on the 18th inst.
r 1 There will be a meeting in Haywards
' j on the 10th of October under the auspices
> of the Alameda County extension com-
I mittee.
Native Sons.
i Grand Secretary Lunstedt has notified
I the parlors that the roll of honor of the
■ Volunteer Native Sons has been printed in
shape to frame and place on the walls of
the parlors, and will be forwarded to each
• : parlor as soon as completed.
He also gives information that the
. board of grand officers had under con
dition at the recent meeting of the
parlor of instruction in the ritualistic
' work the various models and designs for
! i the seal of state proposed to be placed
. over the station of the president of a
: parlor. None were deemed a suitable
substitute for the banner seal of state
now in use nnd It was decided to return
■ : the same, but the grand secretary was In
-1 l-structed to have the same more elab
. I orately printed on silk to furnish to new
parlors and to such of the old parlors as
require new ones.
Grar.d organizer Steinba>"h and Grand
Trustee Sabichi have organized a new
parlor at Riverside, and the grand organ
izt r is laying the foundation for a new
parlor at Santa Ana.
Stanford Parlor is making arrangements
■ for a grand vaudeville performance to be
i given in the main hall of the Native Sons'
] building on the night of the "Oth of next
October. It is expected that it will bo the
• grandest entertainment of the kind given
: in that hall, and one of the features of
I the evening will be a cake walk with re
freshing novelties.
Native Daughters.
A new parlor organized at San Andreas
by Miss Annie C. McSorley was institut
ed at that place by Miss Mary Segale,
district deputy for Calaveras County, on
the Ist inst.. sh»- being assisted in the work
by Miss Emma F. Boarman, deputy for
Jackson, Amador County, and members
of Ruby, Princess and Ursula parlors.
"The parlor," writes a correspondent,
! "starts with thirty-four charter members,
; all lovely girls." The officers for the
present term are: Mrs. P. H. Kean, past
president; Mrs. Mattle Hanscom, presi
dent; Mrs. Naomi E. Davis, Mrs. Louise
; Toon and Miss Mayme O'Connell, vice
presidents; Miss Sarah Gallagher, mar
shal; Miss Annie C. McSorley, recording
secretary; Miss Kate Zwings, financial
etary; Miss Chrissie Tormey, treas
urer; Miss May Treat, inside sentinel;
Miss Ella Porter, outside sentinel;
Mrs. Mary Palmer. Miss Carrie Verdier
and Miss Joanna Dower, trustees.
Foresters of America.
On the night of the 25th inst. Junior
Court Pride cf the Golden West will give
a cakewalk and dance in Laurel Hall of
j the Bhiels building.
During the recent session of the Su
preme Court California was honored by
having i'ast Grand Chief Ranger C. P.
Renden of Stockton elected to the posl
tion of sub-supreme chief ranger. Cali
fornia, through the American Forester
Review, the official organ, made a claim
I for recognition in the supreme body on the
■ ground that the jurisdiction of California
! had done, unusually good work for the or
-1 der at large, and the result shows that
the claim was recognized as a just one.
There was considerable legislation dur
i ing the session, but the most Important
waa the adoption of an amendment from
California to the effect that it must ap
pear by the certificate of a competent
physician that the wife of the member
Joining, if he In married, is in sound bod
ily health to enable the member to de
rive any benefits in case of her death.
Th<» statist i'-al reports show that on two.
15th of last August there were 1361 courts
of the order, with an aggregate member
ship of 164,909.
Representatives from California were
represented on five important committees.
The order will no longer be on wheels, for
i It was decided to secure permanent head
quarters, and the matter was left to the
advisory committee. The charter fee for
a new court with not less than thirty-five
I members was fixed at $75. Relief asked for
I by the grand courts of Minnesota, Kansas
and Missouri was allowed.
Fred Severance of Court San Francisco,
who was one of the representatives to the
Supreme Court from this State, returned
a few days since and on last Tuesday
night paid a visit to his court and was
welcomed in a most pleasing manner.
That night the team of this court initiated
for Court Justice fifteen candidates. The
week before the team and a number of
the members of the court paid a visit to
Court Shell Mound In Berkeley and ex
emplified the work by the Initiation of
! two candidates. Court San Francisco has
appointed a committee to arrange for a
banquet to be given at a date to be an
nounced at a later day.
The reception which was to have been
tendered to Sergeant Ben M. Clancy by
1 Court Sutro Heights last Thursday night
1 has been postponed until the 21st, when
1 a first -lass welcome will be extended to
I the court's soldier members.
Companions of the Forest, F. of A.
All of the circles of the jurisdiction
have received official notice that Inde
pendence Circle of this city has been sus
pended for Insubordination. The circle
wanted to have a certain companion
named as deputy and the grand chief
companion claimed that while the circle
had the right to recommend a companion
for the position she had the right not to
indorse the recommendation and to nomi
nate any one she desired for the position
and did so. The circle did not approve of
the action of the head of the order, hence
the trouble which resulted in the sus
pension.
Last Tuesday night Inter Nos Circle
held Its first meeting in its new quarters
In Pythian Castle. The room selected
Is a lar*e and pleasant one, and as it
was "ladies 1 night" and in honor of the
change of meeting place the hall was
tastefully decorated with flowers and
evergreens, and after the meeting there
was an excellent collation that was par
taken of by aIT present. That being dis
posed of a series of games were Inaugu
rated and there was a joyous time until
midnight. During the evening one com
panion was, admitted by card from one
of the local ciFcles. This circle has the
promise of the addition of several new
members at the next meeting.
Robin Hood Circle last Wednesday night -
I had a pleasant meeting. Miss Alice
Ticoulet, recording secretary of the cir
cle, has presented to the membership a
fine silk American flag to place upon the
altar at meetings. This circle will give
a social on the night of the 20th Inst.,
when there will be an enjoyable evening
for all who shall attend.
The National Union.
At the meeting of California Council
last Tuesday night three candidates were
obligated, and after the transaction of
routine business there was a short pro
gramme of entertainment including vocal
selections by the National Union quartet,
an address by James E. Field and the
reading of an original article on patriot
ism by J. J. Scoville, secretary of Golden
Gate Council.
The San Francisco Cabinet will on the
evening of Monday, the lsth Inst., pay
an official visit to Yosemite Council.
On the night of the 3d of October the
San Francisco Cabinet will pay an offi
cial visit to California Council and It is
expected that there will be a large at
tendance of the membership to greet the
visiting officials. The council will make
arrangements for a pleasant evening.
Knights of the Maccabees.
During the past month San Francisco
Tent has through the efforts of Deputy
Supreme Commander J. W. Arbogast had
a large increase in membership.
•This tent has erected on the main floor
of the Mechanics' Fair a Maccabee tent,
which has been decorated with a great
deal of artistic taste and in which is dis
played the costly costumes of the team
and' part of the paraphernalia used in con
ferring the degree work of the ritual. The
tent is known as the headquarters of San
Francisco Tent No. IS of the Knights and
of San Francisco Hive No. 8, Ladies of
the Maccabees. Members of each branch
of the order will be in attendance every
evening to explain the foundation and
work of this progressive fraternal organ
ization.
Independent Foresters.
Court Yerba Buena has completed all
its arrangements for the entertainment to
be given in Laurel Hall bf the Shiels
building to-morrow night to welcome the
rrieml>ers of the court recently returned
from the Philippines. There will be a
programme and a dance.
Knights of Pythias.
On the nl>;ht of last Friday Golden City
Lodge tendered a reception in Pythian
Castle to Its soldier members who re
cei.tly returned from the Philippines.
There was a large attendance of members,
a ftrsi class programme and a good time
generally.
Unity Lodge conferred the, knight rank
in long form on two candidates last week,
and Myrtle Lodge conferred the same
rank on' one.
A new lodge will shortly be Instituted
In Siskiyou.
C. B. Frnsle of Garden Grove, lowa-, Im
perial treasurer of the D. O. K. X., Is
wandering about "the desert" of San
Francisco.
\n effort will be made at the session of
the Supreme Lodge next August to have
Hint body hold its session in this city in
1902.
American Guild.
Deputy Supreme Governor McGarvie
is visiting Corning. Tehama County, in
the Interest of the order.
There Is talk of active measures being
taken to extend the order in various parts j
nf the Slate.
At a meeting of Pan Francisco Chapter
last Wednesday night the secretary was
instructed to communicate with the su
preme secretary in relation to som^
amendments to the laws which should,
in the opinion of the members of the
chapter, be altered.
Ancient Order of Druids.
On the Ist Inst. St. Helena Grove, In
the town of that name, was officially vis
ited by Noble Grand Arch James F. Mar
tinoni and Grand Secretary John M.
Graves, who were welcomed by a large
number of the members. They witnessed
the conferring of the first degree on three
candidates and were well pleased with
the work. Two applications were pre-
B< nted. When tho work of the grove was
closed the doors were opened to admit the
ladies of ulWi Circle «nd their friends.
Bubsequi ntly all took places at the ban
quet taMe. Mr. McCurdy acted us toast
master and the visiting officials and many
of the members responded to toasts pro
posed. One of the toasts was "The
Ladies of Olive Circle," to which several
of the ladles responded. The prand offi
cers feel deeply grateful to tho grove and 1
the ladles of the circle for the very cor
dial reception given them.
On September 2 the grand officers, ac
companied by Henry Lange, deputy noble
grand arch of St. Helena Grove, had a
pleasant drive to Napa, where they vis
ited William Tell Grove, which th.at night
received an application and had work in
the initiatory degree. At that session
there were preseni Past Arches A. Fornl, I
A. Baretta. G. Darerltß, Messrs. J. Cor- 1
hello, L. Metzner. Charles Martinelli, A. '
Slgnorelli and eight of the members of
t )livo Circle of St. Helena, who accom
panied them. All were guests at an ex
cellent supper served at Ballaoti's Hotel,
wh< re a good time was had.
On the following day the grand officers
and a number of the members of William
Tell Grove went to Sonoma to attend the
funeral of T. Ollvieri, secretary of Sono
ma Grove No. 75. In the evening of that
day the grand officers paid an official visit
to the grove and witnessed tho Initiation
of a candidate. Messrs. Jessen and Jllan
chi of Cypress Grove of Petaluma were
present. There were addresses by the
grand officers and many members of the
grove.
Cayueos Grove No. 'M initiated six can
didates in the past eight weeks and still
has six'applic.itlons to act upon.
Last Tuesday evening Galileo Grove re
ceived eight applications and admitted
eighteen Btrangera by initiation.
Jackson Grove of Jackson, Amador
County, during the past eight weeks ad
mitted twenty-two to membership. Dur
ing the same period Cypress Grove of Pet
aluma initiated twenty-five candidates.
Order of Pendo.
Volunteer Council No. 159 will have a
social evening next Wednesday in the
Albion Hall of the Alcazar building. There
will be a large class for obligation that
evening and after the ceremonies there
will be presented a good programme of
entertainment.
Supreme Secretary Ernest Duden has
just returned from an extended visit to
councils south of the Tehachapi, and re
ports them all in good condition.
Eight councils of the order were Insti
tuted during the month of August. These
are located in San Francisco; Roseburg,
Or.: Portland, Or.; Chambersvllle, Tex. : ;
Fremount, Wash.; Houston, Tex.; Bridal
Veil, Or., and Grants Pass, Or.
Order of Americus.
San Francisco Council No. 14 Is prepar
ing a class for Initiation on the night of
October 2.
The team of San Francisco Council will
visit the council in Berkeley on the night
Of the 27th inst. for the purpose of ini
tiating a number of candidates.
Reports from various parts of the State
are favorable to the increase of this
order.
The Juniors.
Historically the last meeting of Abra
ham Lincoln Council of the Junior Order
of American Mechanics was a red-letter
one. Lieutenant Rivers. Private Whitten
and others who returned with the Cali
fornia volunteers were present and gave
their views of the Philippine Inlands, ac- I
counts of the war and told of the people, i !
The speakers were all of the opinion that
the Filipinos are not capable to govern
themselves, but under United States rule
could become highly civilized.
Among the speakers of tho evening was
Past State Councilor Bellinger, who fur*
ther explained the objects of the life in
surance policy lately adopted by the coun- }
ells, which has already received favora- J
hie action, many of the members having
already applied for admission. The con
tracts are from $500 to JoOO>J life insurance,
total or permanent disability and having ■
many of the forms of an accident policy.
The executive committee having in hand
the reception of the California volunteers
has decided to hold the reception and ban
quet on Thursduy evening, the 15th inst.,
In B. B. Hall. The programme includes
patriotic numbers, an original song by a <
chorus and camp reminiscences from the '
boys, and to conclude with a banquet and
ball. d
Three applicants were favorably con
sidered at this meeting. l
This evening the extension committee
of the city councils and the Daughters of •
Liberty have arranged for a patriotic
meeting in Plymouth Congregational
Church. t '
Advances made on furniture ajid pianos, with 1
or without removal. J. Noonan, 1017-1023 Mission. 1
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AMUSEMENTS.
alcazar"™
MATINEE TO-DAY, SUNDAY.
TO-NIGHT (SUNDAY), LAST TIME.
"CHRISTOPHER JR."
TO-MORROW NIGHT and entire week.
The Always Welcome Drama.
The Wages of Sin.
: AX INCOMPARABLE PRODUCTION.
PRICES T7lsc, 25c, 35c, 59c.
• * I
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
TELEPHONE MAIN 532.
LAST NIGHT OF
"EL CAPITAN."
TO-MORROW EVENING
Superlatively Beautiful Production of Van
Suppe's Famous Comic Opera,
"FATINITZA."
USUAL POPULAR PRICES:
lOc, me. 2."i0. 35c and sOe.
At Saturday Matinee, Beat Reserved Seat, J£sc\
Branch Ticket Office, Emporium.
CHUTES AND ZOO.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
GREAT VAUDEVILLE SHOW.
ADGIE AND HER LIONS
AND MOVING PICTURES,
Showing Scenes on the Firing: Line In the
Philippines.
"How'd You Like to Be the Ice Man?"
Souvenirs for the Children TO-DAY t
BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 11,
HARMON AND SEABURY,
Champion High Divers of the World.
Phone for Seats. Park 23.
SUTRO BATHS.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 10, AT 2:30 P. M.
IMMENSE PROGRAMME.
SWIMMING RACES FOR
VALUABLE PRIZES.
, ADMISSION, 10c ; CHILDREN. 5c. "
Bathing, including admission, 25c; children, 20c.
. OPEN NIGHTS.
MR. DEMS O'SULLIVAN'S
BALLAD CONCERT. His last appearance.
TUESDAY. Sept. 12,,&:15 p. m., SHERMAN-
CLAY HALL.- Tickets, 50c and 75c. For sale
Monday, and Tuesday, Sept. 11 and 12, at Sher-
man & Clay's, 139 Kearny st.
AMUSEMENTS.
Week Commencing Sunday Matinee, Septem-
ber 10.
: B— Bright and NeFVariety Stars— B
Refined, Novel and Amusing:.
The Bachelor Club
And throe hours spent in it.
ROBERT POLLARD. GEORGIE BRENGLE.
JOHN CONNELLY and BERGH
i MORRISON.
First Appearance on the Coatt.
WHITE AND HARRIS,
In a New and Up-to-date Burlesque.
Their Initial Bow.
CRAWFORD LISTERS
Character Change Artists.
, Continued Popularity of
HUNGARIAN
Boys' Military Band,
In Entirely New Selections.
IS MAKING A HIT.
MONTRELL,
The Man Who Plays With Fire.
A Lasting Favorite,
CHARLEY CASE,
The Only Original Story Teller.
Last Week of ARNOLD GRAZER and LA
PETITE HAZEL.
Spectacular Mirror Dance.
American Biograph,
New Views and Battle Scenes.
MATINEE TO-DAY (SUNDAY) Sept. 9.
Parquet, 25 cents; Balcony, 10 cents; Chil-
dren. 10 cents, any part. A few front orchestra
rows reserved, 50 cents.
TIYOLI OPERA HOUSE
." ROMEO AND JULIET "TO-NIGHT.
NEXT WEEK
GALA EVENT OF THE
GRAND OPERA SEASON.
i WAGNER'S GREATEST WORK,
Mon /ay, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Evenings.
FIRST TIME IN THE WORLD AT POPU-
LAR PRICES of Verdi's Famous Creation,
I Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday Nights
and Saturday Matinee.
SUPERB CAST IN EACH OPERA!
ENLARGED ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS!
ADVANCE SALE BREAKS ALL RECORDS!
POPULAR PRICES--- 25 and 50 Cents
Order by Telephone, Bush 9.
TO-NIGHT^ LAST TIME.
MR. CLAY CLEMENT
In the Psychological Romance.
«THE DEI I C "
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NOTE.— theater will be
closed during the weeks of Sep-
tember 11 and 18. The regular
Sail and winter season will be in-
augurated on September 25 by
MODJ^SKA.
OLYMPIA.
Eddy Street, Corner Mason.'
The only free vaudeville show in the city.
Grotesque and amusing:.
CIRDELIER BROS.
Most darinsr act in the world.
He's a hit and hits hard.
ED INOL/\IN.
The man with the musical brogue.
Popular as ever.
.ZOA ffIATTHEWS,
Has a new ■ rag-time serenade.
THE KEESINGR, DOLLIE MITCHELL and
a whole bunch of hits.
Matinee every Sunday. ADMISSION FREE.
AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY.
UNION COURSING PARK.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY,
Sept. 9th and 10th.
CLASSICAL SWARD EVENTS!
PRODUCE AND OPEN STAKES.
122— NOMINATIONS—
$2100— PRIZS MONEY— S2IOO
BAND OF MUSIC IN ATTENDANCE.
TRAIN SERVICE.
Leaves Third and Townsend sts., Saturday, j
C:l5 a. m. and 12:"."> p. m.- Sunday, 10:15 a. m., i
11 a. m., 12 m. and 1 p. m. Twenty-fifth and I
Valencia five minutes later. Returning after
last course. Extra train from park Sunday,
4:45 p. m. San Mateo electric cars every ten
minutes. .-■•.'• _^_- :
ADMISSION 25 CENTS— FREE.
AND
PHILIPPINE EXHIBIT,
SEE THE SPINNING WHEEL AND THE
ANTIQUE NEW ENGLAND FIRE-PLACE.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY IN ACTION.
MORRO CASTLE IN MINIATURE.
TUESDAY NIGHT SOLDIERS' NIGHT j
All Soldiers in Uniform Admitted Free on this '.
Occasion.
ALICE RAYMOND, the World's Famous j
Cornet Soloist, plays every afternoon and ]
evening.
DOUBLE SEASON TICKETS $5 00
(To members half price.)
SINGLE ADMISSION 25 cents \
GLEN PARK.
TO-DAY SUNDAY TO-DAY
BICYCLE RACES AND FOOT RACES,
And all kinds of athletic competitions for i
VALUABLE PRIZES.
OPEN TO ALL.
Park Open Saturday Evening. Dancing 1 tn
Pavilion. ■ -:^v tk:vt?
When requested, the resorts mentioned
In this column will send you circulars
giving full information "regarding special
advantages, rates, manner of reaching
them, etc. When writing please mention
The Call.
../ETNA SPRINGS..
Had you not better
take a vacation ? You
will live longer and be
healthier.
Rates, $10 to $14 per week. Round trip, $7.
Apply W. L. MITCHELL, Aetna Springs, Naps
County, or J. H. SIMPSON. v Odd Fellows'
building, S. F. Telephone, Mint 1835.
£* fc :
YOUR SUMMER OUTING.
j Health arc Hotel
and assured del
Pleasure at Coronado
Send for Pamphlets, Terms. Etc.
Reduced Summer Rates now In Effect.
Apply at 4 New Montgomery at., S. F.
SKAGGS'HDTSPRINGS
SONOMA COUNTY: ONLY 4H HOURS
from San Francisco and but C miles' stag-
Ing; water* noted for medicinal virtues; best
natural bath In State: swimming and boating;
grand mountain scenery; good trout streams at
door: photographer's room, telephone, tele-
I graph, dcily mall and express: FIRST-CLAS3
' HOTEL AND STACK SERVICE; morning and
afternoon stages: round trip from San Fran-
cisco only $5 50. Take Tiburon ferry at 7:39
a. m. or 1:30 p. m. Terms, $2 a day or $11 \
week. References, any guest of the past four
years. Patronage constantly Increasing— last
year unprecedented. J. F. MT7LGREW. Prop.
HIGHLAND SPRINGS.
*T T IIK best Deer Hunting. Mineral Waters.
* Baths and accommodations In Lake Coun-
ty can be had at Highland Springs. .'... '■".'■"
Fall terms, $10 to $12 per week. Come while
the hunting Is good. J. CRAIG, Manager. .
SARATOGA SPRINGS, baa*
Up In the mountains, near the
lakes and in the heart of Lake
County's mineral belt. Tak.*
train via Uklarj.
ROUND TRIP. $9.50.
J. MARTENS, Prop.- City Office, 418 Pin« Street
•INDEPENDENCE LAKE.
A Charming Spot to Visit This Bummer.
BOATS FREE TO GUESTS. FINE FISH-
lng. Excellent table. Clean beds and care-
ful attention to patrons. Climate perfect. Six-
teen miles from Truckee, In the heart of the
Sierras and surrounded by magnificent trees of
an unbroken forest. The Ideal spot for families
because It Is clean, do poleon oak, no pests. |
And pure air and pure water. Address MK3
H. M. CLEMONS. Independence Lake.
Go to BYRON HOT SPRINGS.
The Hot Mineral Baths will cure your
Rheumatism. Address A. BETTENS. at
springs, or call on LOMBARD & CO..
agents, room 30. 22^4 Geary st.
BOCA HOTEL.
FINEST HUNTING AND FISHING ON' THE
Truckee River; pleasant sunny rooms: good
boating on lake; boats free to guests; prices
reasonable. $8 to $10 per week; special rates for
families. W. J. McDOXALD, Manager.
LAUREL DEL
. 'I '■■'■■ LAKE AND HOTEL.
CLIMATE. SCENERY. ENTERTAINMENT;
Done better In Lake Co. ; gas Indoors and
out. H. WAMBOLD.
NAPA SODA SPRINGS.
TWO TRAINS DAILY, 7:30 A. M. AND 4 P.
m. ; stage meets train at Napa City. AN-
DREW JACKSON. Napa Soda Springs P. O.
BLUE LAKES MOTEL
WILL BS CONDUCTED IN A QUIET,
homeli):e manner, with one of the best
tables In the county; $10 to $12 per week. Round
trip, $9 60. S. F. and N. P. to Uklah; thence by
etage. Address J. WILSON, Bertha, Laks
County. Cal.
HOTEL SANTA CRUZ, Santa Cruz, Cal.
First-class Family and Commercial Hotel.
This hotel is located on the corner of Locust
and Vine streets, one block from the Court-
house. Rates, $1 to $2 per day. Special rates
to families. CHARLES HENDERSON, 304
Montgomery St.
...DO not...
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