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SOCIETY MEETS AT THE RESORTS And Indulges in the Gay Whirl of Summer Festivities. Rooms Engaged at the Fashion able Hotels for June and July. Pleasant Reports From the Mountains, the Seaside and the Springs. There is no longer any reason for tarrying in town. The schools are closed; the weather is propitious-, and everywhere mine host the manager of the fashionable hotel— be it at the seaside, the mountains, the springs or the lakes-has everything in readiness for the re ception of nis guests. The reports from all the resorts are most en couraging. Hops have been inaugurated; there is music nightly, and elaborate prepara tions*™ t'oing maae for the many gayeties without which a successful sammer season is incomplete. Below will be found a resume of .•merits ol our society people. Miss Jennie Catherwood and Mrs. Young left on Saturday night with General Forsyth's party tor a fortnight's stay in the Yoscmite Valley. There is quite a knot of Californinns at nt in I'nr;:. Among them are Mr. and Mrs. Clans Spro " - Emma Bpreckels, Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Bprague, Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew Rose. Mr. and Mrs-. Robert Oxnard, Mrs. W. H. Wilsliire, M;»s Lizzie Carroll, Miss Mnd»;e Carroll, Frederick R. Webster, Joseph P. Grant and others. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague gave a dinner party a iortnight ago at their home, among the guest? being several of those mentioned above. Mr. Sprague and Mr. Web ster both won valuabli prizes hi the ereat international pigeon match. The Grand Prix de Madrid «v- won by George Work of New Yorii. Mr. Webster had left Paris to attend the Derby at Last advices, and expect* to sail for home July 1. Mrs. Go rce D. Strickland has gone East, summoned by a telegram apprising her of her husband.- dangeroul Illness. T. J. Traif. 'Tii I! 1 for Europe on the steamship Teutonic, June 17, ami will Vie Bt the Continental, I'ttrS, for about two month?. Miss Clara Taylor is visiting at Taso Robies. Miss Susie Wells and Miss Sallie Fields are passing a few week- at < lazadero. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Belden are in San Jose for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Scott will be at Castle Cnif; during July. They are now at Santa Cruz. Miss Daisy Ryan ol Menlo Park has Deen visiting Mrs. W. B. C. Brown in .-arramento. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vincent Wright of San Jose have secured rooms at the c-ea Beach Hotel in Santa Cruz ior the season. Mr. ana Mrs. Sidney B. Cashing are passing the summer in San Rafael. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradford, nee Badlam, are visiting health resorts in Lake County. Albert Wieland and John Siebe arrived here from Japan on the Coptic last Tuesday, after making a tour of the world. Mrs. Charles K. Green and family are pass ing the season in San Rafael. . Cbauncey R. Winslow arrived in New York City last Sunday. Henry W. Hyman and family are passing the summer at the Sea Beach Hotel in Santa Cruz. George H. Rice and Miss Birdie Rice are at Paso Koble.«. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crow are giving a house pßrtya. El Ranoho del Cuervo, Crow's Land ing, in honor of Miss L. Dorochy Steffens of Sacramento prior to her departure lor Europe. The other guests are: Miss Evelyn Bell of At lanta. Ga... the Misses Crow of San Jose, Robert Bradiori Mar-hall of Washington, It. (.'. , ■ Jack of Paso Robies, William C. Cressey and Gleabarn Crow. .lames N. Suylam and Charles H. Suydam I for Honolulu iast Tuesday on the steam ship Australia. Colonel William Macdonald sailed on the steamship Australia la.st Tuesday to visit Honolulu. Tarn McGrew sailed for Honolulu last Tues day. He may go to Corea. in which case he will be absent for some years. Edward M. Greenway left last Thursday to visit Portland, Tacoma, Shuttle and Spokane. He will be away about two weeks. Upon his return he will go to Del Monte to witness the fiesta. Mr. and Mrs. William H . Crocker and Prince and Princess Poniatowsfci will return from the East late in June. Peter Donahue Martin, who is visiting in Portland, Or., is expected home late next week. Lawrence Van Winkle will leave soon to pass several months in Soutnern California. Miss Susie Russell has returned from a visit to friends in San Jose. Dr. L. Neumann will pass the month of July at Lake Tahoe. Mr-. Robert J. Woods is passing the summer in San Jose. Miss Beaver, Mifs Ethel Beaver and Miss Fitch are visiting at Coronado Bench. E. H. Kittredge and family ot Oakland have leased a cottage near Los GatO* for the season. Mr. and Mrs. William Greer Harrison have been passing the week in San Jose. Mr.=. L. R. Elierr, aud son left on the City of Puebla ior a trip to Alaska. Miss Murion Y. Bunner and Miss May V. Townsend have gone abroad lor three yean. They will visit France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria. Italy, Greece, Egypt and Algeria, then return through Spain and France to Hol land, Belgium and London for the summer season of 1897. after which they will do Ire land, Scotland and Wales thoroughly and probably settle permanently in London. Mrs. Dickey and Miss Panno have left for an extended tour of the Eastern States. Mr. ami Mrs. (.eorge M. Pinckard are in San Rafael lor the season. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and Miss Moliie Thomas are passing the summer in Ross Valley. Mis- Romietta Wallace will pass the summer in San Rafael. William S. Blair and his sister, Miss Jennie Blair, have been visitibg health resorts in Lake County recently. Miss Frances curry will pass the summer in Ban Rafael. MiM Daisy Van Ness will be at the Hotel del Monte during July. Mrs. Richard T. Carroll p.nd the Misses Lizzie and Gertrude Carroll will pass the next four weeks in San Rafael. Mr. and Mrs. Perry P. Eyre, who are now at Menlo Park, will be at the Hotel del Monte dur ing August. Mrs. F. B. Lewis and Miss Mabel de Noon will pass trie summer in Southern California. Miss Eila Goodall of Oakland is visiting friends in Portland, Or. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Eells are occupying their cottage in Ross Valley. Hugh Tevis is en route home from the East ern Sta-.s. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Coleman (nee Blmp kins) are occupying their cottage at Bur lingame. >liss May Clark has returned from the East and will spend the summer with her sisters in ban Jose. Mr.s. Pedar Sather of Oakland is at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York City. Mrs. J. C. Flood and Miss Flood will leave New York to-day en route to this City. Mrs. Frank M. Pixley will leave the City to aay to pass the remainder of the season at her country home. Owl's Wood, at Corte Madera, in Boat Valley. Mrs. Alexander Forbes and family will pass the season in the Berry cottage at San Ratael. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanding and Miss Susie Blanding are passing the summer at the Bradford cottage, in San Rafael. 'V»3ia>it ».i:<l Mrs. Millen Griffith and the •hisses Griffith are occupying the Connor cot tage, in ban Rafael, during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond willleave Pretoria, tiouth Africa, next Monday for England. Mr. and Mr-. Henry E. Bothin are occupying a cottage in Ross Valley. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tubbs will pass the season at the Hotel del Monte. Mrs. Robert J. Woods is passing several veelcs in S-an Jose. Mr. Lawson S. Adams will pass the summer atCasile Crag and Del Monte. Mr. Callaghnn Byrne and Mr. Thomas O. Lark in left on Friday to view the water car nival at Santa Cruz. Mr. and Mrs. Thomes Magee Jr. of Fruitvale will pass iiie summer at Castle Crag and Del Monte. Mr. George Loughborougb. has returned to tbe Citj ror a brief visit, after a prolonged ab- KPnea in Mexico. Ir.and Mrs. A. G. Booth are passing the i er in Kausalito. • i--. »Vi!l;am L. Ashe and family are at the beu Beach Hotel in Santa Cruz for the season. Mrs. F. M. Hatch, wile of the Hawaiian j Minister to the United States, has returned I from Washington, D. C, and is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. G. Hawes, in Santa Rosa. Mr-. Hatch was formerly Miss Allie Hawes of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Davis have leased the I Crosby cot tMKi* in t*n Rafael for the season. Mrs." Henry lilass Ji occupying the cottage of Frank S. Johnson in Ban Rafael during his ab sence in New YorK. Robert P. Wicland will leave next month to make a tour of the world. Mr-, s. \v. Korman and Miss Gertrude For man left last Thursday to visit Alaska. When they return they will pass the remainder of the'season in San Rafael. Mr. and Mrs. I>. B. Davidson are passing the summer in San Rafael. Mr>. E. L. G. Steeie and family and Miss Ben nett are at the Steeie country-seat, "Feiici dad," Salmon Falls, near Auburn, in Placer County. Mrs. (ieorge Gordon has been spending the pnst month visiting various summer resorts and is for the present at Zeigler Springs. Miss Rose Goldstone Ol 1400 Post street has left for Heppner, Ore. Miss Kathleen Sullivan of San Francisco is spending the summer with her brother, J. E. Sullivan, at Rio Vista. The Misses Rose and Jeannetle Keene, of San Francisco, are among the social acquisitions at Santa Cruz. They will give a coaching party on Saturday night to the big trees and Mon terey. Mrs. Joseph fle Lano haß returned from her Kuropean trip much improved in health. Ttie Misses Florence I'eters and Alice Puncan are spending the summer at their country villa in Meudocino County. Miss Rose Clarridge is visiting her brother, Stephen <iarridge,at Rio Vista, Solano County. Frederick C. Garrick <>i Now York, for a long time a resident of San Francisco, recently graduated irom the New York University, re ' I'ivmgthe degree of bachelor of laws. Mr. ! Garnet sailed for Europe the 10th inst. to pur sue his law studies abroad. Mrs. W. L. Powelson and daughter, Grace M. Powelson, left iast week for Sonoma County resorts, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. A. Sbarboro and family left for their villa at Asti, Sonoma County, Saturday, June 20. They will remain for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Badlam Oi Sau Fran- I cisco are registered at Paso Robies. i John Taylor and daughter, Mrs. Curran Clark, Mrs. Commodore Beardslee, Mr. and Mrs. Young and a number of friends from New- York will sail from Tacoma ou the 21st ior I Alaska. AT THE SEA BEACH Following are the arrivals at the Sea Beach Hotel: Mrs. W. J. I.owry, Miss H. Lowry, Miss T. Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hibbard, Mrs. D. M. lvlrnas. child and maid, Mrs. B. Thomas, 1". S. Chadbourne, W. M. Chadbourne. Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Bochman, Mrs. L. B. Fiegeubaum, Mrs. E, s. Dennison, Olive Dennison, Mrs J. Naphtaly, Florence EUoper, Mrs. J. M. Roper, Mrs. J. M. Steeie, Mrs. G. Ettlinger, Mrs. L. L'ttlinger, Mrs. L. Strauss, children and ranid, Mrs. M.x-hmitt, Mrs. i-.dith Bchmitt, Annie Schmitt, Mrs. H.T. Hart, Milion L. Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Diiuphy, Master Robert Imn phy, Miss Hall, G.W. Qarnett, R. Ma r sh Brown, W. L. Davis ana daughter. Mr?. James Mcc, Miss M. Mcc, J. H. Mcc, Sau Francisco; K. Ermeler, Berlin, Germany; W. S. Thomp niss IL W. Thompson, New York; 6. v . Wall's, Mrs. M. Hcott, D. K. Minnor, Mrs. Wangenheim, Mrs. B. Harden, Mr. and Mrs. Charies a. ueiden, Miss Wangenheim, Miss Laurie Russeli, Gerald Sachs, Mr. ana Mrs. Charles F. Taylor, Mrs. B. Schonme-scr. Miss Margaret Solilkc, Mrs. E. H. Prentice, Master Whitman Prentice, Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and son, Mrs. H. L. Crawiord, sou and maid, Mrs. A, Oveholser, can Francisco; R. H. Flint, .-an Juan; Miss Metcalf, Santa Barbara: Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge H. Wertield, Hea.ds.turg; Harris Laning, J. J. Raby, N. H. Hall, Captain C. & Cotton, Joseph R. Brinns, United States steamer Philadelphia; A. <\ Bsssett, Men. o Park ; Mr. and Mrs. Rothschild, Greeley, Colo.; Thomas Hopper, Miss Hopper, Santa Rosa; Mr. S,. C. McCreaiy, Miss Minnie Clark, Sacramento: H. G. Ellsworth, M'.ss Ellsworth, Miss Carrie Ells worth, Miles: Miss Nlta Seymour, Oakland; Will Sparks, H. McCarthy, Miss McCarthy, MiSB Wxgner, Miss Landers, J. A. Clover and wife, W. B. Taylor. Frank Morris, Dr. George W. Leeit, W. J. Sullivan, J. B. Lauck, Mrs. H. Phillpp, W. J. Piatt, Dr. Walter Hunterberg, H. Crane Spencer, Mrs. L. M. Mnuarlane, Mrs. Captain l. MeEaec, H. L. Bcbmiti, J. G Boyne, John Martin, J. B. Fuller, M:s. H. K. Silveiter, J. E. Polhemus, J. Everding Jr., Jair.e> Wcuh man, Mrs. B. .Schweitzer, Miss Bchweitaer, Mrs. D. McFadden and daughter, Edwin Fish. Ban Francisco; J. McMahon, K. McMahon, George T. Ke'.lain, San Jose; Mis- V. Rodgers, H. A. Greene, Monterey; J. R. Webb, Mrs. J. v. Ron, MiM I. a iderson, ETtesn >; E. J. < plgan, Saeraini-iito; Wil.iam B. Wheeler, Chicago; C. Warnock, Sait Lake; Adella Hilton, VRllejo; Mr. and Mrs. D. ML Kulhuan, Oakland: Frank Baxter, John Bax ter. Mrs. Murphy. Watsonvile; Captain Senl liy. 5..-. Coptic; Mrs. W. G. Hensuaw, maid and child, Miss Chandler. Russell H. Cool. Miss Mabel Hopkins, Oakland; J. H. Gardiner, Mrs. J. Gardiner, Rio Vista; A. M. Cunning, Hol lister; Mrs. Abbott and two children, Stuniord; Mrs. P, Cary, J. J. Adel, W. T. Adell and wife, H. S. Bruner and wife, W. T. Jordan, J. D. Griss:m, E. F. Schneider, H. Lion and wife, Ban Jose; A. T. Gunnel!. Mrs. H. T. Gunnell, M las Gunnel!. Colorado Springs, Colo. ; Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Woodworth. Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. J. D. Bishop, P. C. Haslett and wife, Ala mc-da; Mrs. J. F. Bishop, Miss M. Bishop, Miss Jean Bishop, Dillon, Mont.; William M. Schultz and wife, SaustUito; J. W. Lyndon, Miss Blanche Tisdall. Miss I. Lyndon, Los iiato- ; Herbert A. Page. Thomas O'Connor and •.viie, Alameda; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Derly, Mi-- E, M. Derly, Miss Emma Wellmaii," M;ss Ray Well man, Fruitvale; S. K. Miner, Wilkesbarre, Pa. ; Mrs. Thomas P. Bobb, Mrs. 11. W. Mitchell, Sea View Villa. Mount Roberto; Lewis a. .-liire and wife, Master P. 1". Sage, li. \v. Hyman and wife, Mi-r> E Hyman and maid, Mi-s R. Hyman. Ma- er -. Hyman, Ma-ter Robert Hyman, M. EL Hyman, wife and maid. Sam, Willie and Helen Hyman, Congress Springs; W.E.Henry, Pender, New; B. E. Bergen and wife, Oakland; R. S. Douglas, H. Jl. < 'aldwell, United states ship M.niuii; ick; W. R. Schneider, Balmont; Mrs. I. Kohn, E. P. Gray, Mrs. K. I". Gray. Mrs. George T. Polsom, Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. Wiekersham, John Hunt, A. 0. Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs. K. A. Green, Miss Clara Sutro, Mrs. H. Gray and rtaughf-. Mrs. F. M. Ames, A. Burt and sister, Mr.-, g VV. Leek and children, M.N.Sherman, A. W. Northrup, A. ('. Freese, wife aud son, Miss Clara Morris, Miss Alice Livingston, J. M. Livingston, A. S. Rix, T. J. MeCann, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bauer, Charies R. Heath and wiie, Charles F'razier and wife, San Francisco. At Del Monte. The beautiful weather is attracting many visitors to the Hotel del Monte. The surf and tank bathing, the famous seventeen-mile drive and the tennis courts all have their patrons, and there is ao lack of other attrac tions. Among those at the hotel now are: Mrs. E. J. de Santa Marina, Miss de Santa Ma rina, Miss Polastre, Mrs. Hager, the Misses Hager, Miss Lucas, Mrs. C. Simpkins. Miss Throckmorton, Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Bergen, Mr. aud Mrs. C. J. Foster, Evan J. coieman and Barry Colemau ot San Francisco. Among those who have engaged rooms for the season up to July 1 are: Mr. and Mrs. J. Downey Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Scholle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Laton, Colonel and Mrs. P. A. Fmigan, Mrs. Mountford S. Wilson, Mrs. Rus sell J. Wilson, Mrs. Adam Grant, Mr and Mr- Walter E. Dean, Miss Dean, Walter Leonard Dean, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bruguiere, Major and Mrs. Joha A. Darling (U. S. A.), Miss. Jennie Catherwood, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. S/preckels, Miss Spreckels, Lieutenani and Mrs. F. EL L«favor (U. S. N.), Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Jerome, Cap tain and Mrs. A. H. Payson, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tubbs, Lieutenant and Mrs. (ieorge M. Stoney (l\ S. N.) and Miss Laura Bates. At Castle Crag. There are quite a number of guests now at the Tavern of Castle Crag enjoying the pictu resque attractions of that delightful mountain resort. Among those who are there are : Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Doty and Miss Rowe of San Mateo, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Klink, Miss Klink, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Reed, Mrs. H. W. Reed, Mr. W. U. Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Crane, Mr. and "Mrs. Rounsevelle Wildman, Mrs. H. E. Huntington, Miss Eliza beth Huutington, Dr. C. W. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. James IL Gocwey, Miss Gertrude (ioewey, Mr. Herbert Goewey, Mrs. A. P. Whittell, Miss Florence Whittell, Mrs. A. N. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. Cliuton E. Worden, Master K. T. Shaw, Mrs. Lester A. Beardslee, Lawson S. Adams, Mrs. A. H. Voorhies, Mrs. Clark W. Crocker, Mrs. W. Van Bergen, Mrs. 1". \V. Van Sicklen and family of Sau Fran cisco. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Howard and Mi-s Frances Howard of San Mateo, and Mrs. P. (J. Pope of Mare Island. Those who have engaged rooms, and the dates on which they up' expected, are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. \V . 1". Hernn and Miss C. M. Dunn, June 20; Mr. and Mrs. <\ \V. Tuttle and family and Mr. and Mr-. F. W. Tallunt and family, June 23; Cap tain and Mrs. J. J. Brice, U. R N"., June 24; Mrs. General Williams and Mii*B Fillmore, June 28; Mr. and Mrs,. Homer s. King and the Mines King, June 30; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May nard, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gwin and Miss Mary Bell Gwin, July 1. At Del Mar. Recent arrivals at the Hotel del Mar. Santa Cruz, include Miss K. Marshall, Detroit, Mich.; Mi«s M. Schmitt, Miss T. Schumacher, Ala lncda; H. Millmeister and wife, T. Lenzen and family, Dr. R. H. Burke, San Jose; Rev. M. A. McKey, Rev. J. F. Collins Santa Clara; O. Heydenfeldt, L. J. Flynn, Leo Gonzalez, J. M. Kelly, Miss D. Silk. Miss R, Fleming, Miss Annie Maher, Miss Bessie McLoughl in, Mrs. W. 11. MoUoy, Mrs. M. chandler, Mrs. J. J. Gonza lez, Mrs. J. D. Suhivan, San Francisco. THE SAN FRAXCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 189 G. THE DREAM OF THOSE WHO REMAIN AT HOME. THE PAST WEEK IN LOCAL SOCIETY. Silver and Golden Wed ding Bells Ring Out Merrily. Surprise and Serenade in Honor of a Thirty-First Anni versary. The Frcst, Simpson and Wei s B rt:: day Gatherings— Hogan Sur prise Party. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Van Pche'iluyneGibbs celebrated their golden wedding last Wednes day evening at their residence, 72'J Post street, where they hospitably entertained a large number of their friends, and received not on.y their congratulations but many golden tokens of their esteem. Although they have both passed the period of three-score and ten they are in the full possession ot" health and are as active as many of their juniors. Mr. and Mrs. Gibus were married in Brooklyn, N. V., just fifty years ago last Wednesday and arrived in this City in April, 1840. Mr. Gibbs has been prominently identified in the worid of commerce here since then. He was one of the founders of Trinity Church, one of the principal promoters of the Young Women's Christian Association, was twice elected presi dent of the Society of California Pioneers, and for the past two years has been president of St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Gibbs hiis been espe cially notable in her charity work and as an hospitable entertainer. The host and hostess were assisted in receiv ing by their two daughters, Mr.s. John Staf ford, wife of Lieutenant Stafford, V. S. A., and Miss Martha P. Gibbs, and by Mrs. W. C. Gibbs. Mi*s Harriet Gibbs, Mrs. C. E. Gibbs, Mrs. J. K. Walker Jr., Mrs. George C. Cobb and Mrs. Eli Lewelling. A feature of the reception was the exhibition of a piece of the original wedding cake that did service a hali-century ago, the white kid gloves and lace handkerchief that Mrs. Gibbs wore, and the while brocaded v.nisi coast that the groom wore on his wedding day. A string orchestra played during the re ception and rcireshmentß were served. The pleasant affair came to an end at midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kronberp celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding on Sunday, June 14, at their residence, ](>l4 Turk street. The couple held a reception dur ing the afternoon hours, and received many valuable and handsomo presents. For trie j>ast seventeen years Mr. Kronberg has been the secretary of the local lodire, "Doric," ol the F. and A. M., and his broiher Masons remem bered him handsomely on the occasion of his silver wedding. The thirty-first anniversary of the wcJding of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Riley was celebrated in an appropriate manner on Saturday even ing, June IS, at the Riley residence, 449 Natoma street. Early in the evening the worthy couple were induced to visit a neighbor's, and during their absence, their many friends took possession of the residence, and with the aid of flowers and evergreens and Hugs, completed a beautiful transformation. Music was furnished by the Acme (Hub, and at 10 o'clock the Veteran Fireman's band ap j peared on the scene, led by J. F. Fernandez and managed by C. W. Dunn, and serenaded the assembled party. Mr. Riley is an ola Veteran, not only of the old Volunteer Fire Department, but of the National Guard and of the late war. Quite the feature cf the evening, however, was a fancy dance in costume byMissFauny Rave. The young folks amused themselves with games, muse, singing, dancing and reci tations until 1 1 o'clock, when the guests wore invited into the dining-room, where a s.ump tnous supper awaited them under the direc tion ot Mrs. Charles 11. Krucke, übly assisted by Miss May White, Sadie Riley und Mi-s Trix Davis. At the conclusion of the repast Mr. and Mrs. Riley were called into the parlor, where they were presented with several ele gant and very appropriate presents. Here they also renewed their former vows of mar riage, the ceremony being performed by Pro fessor Charles H. Krucke. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. James H. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. .GOS "Encleke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomr.s Manning, Mr. and~Mrs. Charles H. Krucke, Mr. und Mrs. John Crotty, Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle, Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Kruggle, Mrs. Frcu Green, Mrs. Alice Kegg, Mrs. Lou Meyer, Mrs. M. A. Milne, Mrs. A. Smith, Mrs. Vernott, Mrs. Crane, Misses Sadie Riley, Trix Davis, May White, Mamie Fisher, Nellie Riley, Annie Shaw, Josie Riley, Irenu Lynch, Maude Riley, Jose Taylor, Leuii Jacobs, Daisy Henshaw, Mamie Riley, Gracie White, .Gertie Fisher, Millie French, Molly Green, ! Lula Tibbitts, W. F. Koch, Eddie Rliey, Jerry ' ; Kelly, George Xii- y. Brie King, Frank Mur phy, Walter Riley, (ie.'r,.-" Robinson, Artie Riley, George cash, George Williams, John Couran, Tom Mitchell, Guj Bhgleke, Fred •Green, Major J. Humid mi. Benny Somers, ! Thomas Hyuea, Billy Mitchell and many oth : tr?. A very pleasant birthday party was givpn by 1 Walter Bijnpson at ins residence, 4 « » l' 2 Te hama street, lasi Saturday night In honor of : his. nineteenth birtnday. Games and recita tions made the night a merry one. The enjoyabl ■ of these selections were a piaii" soio by Miss Agnes Aiikmann, vocal solo by M -- Harvey, focal duet by Mines Frances Scherin and Mi-s Dora Thompson, and the rendition of tin- rramway March by Walter Simpson and MissF. gcherin. After n splendid sni per the gn< -:•< prolonged the festivities until the br.-nk ". day, when they deported with regret wish : in^,' their host many happy returns of the day. a the guests wire Mi-s Frances Bcherin, [gnes A bkmann, Mi •■ Dora rhom Miss Ray Marlowe, Miss Birdie Henry, Miss | McKenua, Mr. and Mrs. Bchi rin, Mr. and Mrs. M' K.llllll.K .111111. Mr. Longton. Mr. McConnieU, L| Schuster, Mrs. Simpson, James P. Law.er, Wnl-' ter Simpson and many others. A pleaunt surprise party was tendered Miss Gerti-' EJogan, ai tier re-idence on Dolores ► trei.t, lasi Fri lay evening, by her many yonng friends. Biuging, dancing hiu! games were the features of the evening. Among those pn sen) w re: Misses Gertie Hogan, Marguerite Mc- Donnell, Agnes Bulllvan, Anita McDonnell, Edna Gam bl , Mabel McD mnell, Phoebe Gibson, ; Xii.ii- Sullivan, Master Charles Gamble, Clif ford Warren, Joseph McDonnell, Willie Rey nolds, Stanford Warren, Gerald McDonnell and Eari Northrup. Mi-s Lottie Wells of 1532 Folsom street was ve:y plea a'ntlj surprised on Sunday iast, the , teventeenth- anniversary of hor oirth. In h»r honor the young lady's friends gave a bus ride to Lake .-an Andreas, where they camped an I : h d lunch, returning to Campf's restaurant, where dinner was nerved. Those presi ni we:- 1 -: John T. Gibi in, Miss Bella Wells, William T. Hamil on, Mi«- Madge Grant, E. C. Jessurum, M a Clara O'Brien, Milton Bernhard, Miss Minnie Bradley, William So.ari. M;ss Josie McD ineli, D. Bray, Mi-s Sadie Gibson. Ben- : jamin Baddley, Miss Mamie Churchill, Julius Homer and X. woblander. A very enjoyable birthday party w»s piven : in honor oi Fiosaie Frost on the evening of I June 13 al the residence of Mr-. Chambers, 1310 Mi--ion street. Among the pleasant featnresof the evening was. the recitation of ' Miss Nellie Winchell, also the singing and ; . dancing of Miss Flossie Frost and the piHno I playing l>v Master Chamblos. 'I hose present were: Mis, Nellie Winchell, Mi-s <'am:','-. Miss Essie Conneli, Miss Sadie Kelly, Miss Clara Woof hoses. Miss Jennie Murphy, Miss Mabel : Murphy, Miss Elsie Stewart, Miss Emma s^w- j : yer, Miss i laxa Unnrke, Miss Ma? ("onneli. Miss Xi tie Zammltt, Miss IJazie Kelly, Miss Rossi Foye, Miss Margarette Theile, Miss Violet Sawyer. 'Miss Freida Mccarty, Miss Ilfltlie i chamblos. Mi-s Lewis Chambioa, Miss Maud Frost, Mrs. F. Lynn, Mr. Miid Mrs. Lafayette, Mrs. Gray. F. BckenhoS, <;. E- Conneil, Will i Cantwell, Vincent Hayes, Frank Brenneke, J. I Conneil, F. Coffee, M. Buckley, R. Conneil, J. Breiinan, E. Hailahan. LAKE TAHOE Among those who have engaged rooms at ■ McKinney's on Lake Tahoe are the following: I Mr. and Mrs. Kn-s and son Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hammond, J. C. Role, Captain i and Mr.s. Grey, Mr. and Mrs. H»ns Gullixen, I C. h. Uonner and party, Professor Treadwell ■ and party. Professor Troyer, Theodore Hit tell, i San FrancisCo; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown, i Berkeley; Mrs. G. F. Davis and daughters, T. R. llot'er and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Rosser, ! Canon, Nev. Among those already on the i register are: F. J. Cordi, superintendent of the 1 Bodle Con. Mintnc Company, and wife; w. a. I Cameron, Mr. and Mr>. \V. Westoff, Mr. and Mrs..). Hurtcbaell, Mr. and Mrs. E. Zachan. ! Mr. and Mr.s. C. W. Kenitzer, 11. Kenilzer, Mi-s ' Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Kmbbe, San Francisco; 1 G. o. Monk house, Penryn: Mr. and Mrs. Wil ! liam J. D. Trousdale, Co'llax. At Mount View. Among the guests at Mount View Hotel, Ross station, are: Mr. ana Mrs. Maurice Schweitzer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cahn, Miss Nager, | Messrs. Goewey, Lewald, Jennings, Long, i Peterson, Mr. Wright and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lincoln. Mr. llaldon and son, Mr. and M;s. Mandel and family, Mr. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. Sioss, Di. Peschel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dohrmann, Mr. and Mrs. Prager and family. the Misses liny and C. Prager, Mrs. Roe, Mr. Roe, Mr. and M rs. Frieke, Miss Charlotte Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Dinkeispiel and family, Mr. and Mr-. Bancroft, Mr. Wirthle, Mr. aim Mrs. Kenkelin. Mr. and Mrs. Colter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Leopold and family, Miss Peck ham, Mr. Pettigrew. At Klamath Hot Springs. Arrivalsat the Springs are: J. H. Rothe, Chi cago; E. Esliert. Chicago; A. A. Wise, Chi cago; Charles Martin, Yreka; Thomas Culburt, san Francisco; Charles WhitehSsd, San Fran- I Cisco; Mrs, c. H. shattuck and son, Alameda; j Mrs. James Spaulding aud daughter, San j Fruncisco; \V. N. Sution, San Francisco; G. V. I Hall, San Francisco; Dr. C. L. Goddard and family, Oakland; Miss Burnham, Oakland: Miss Center, Oakland; Miss Jones, Oakland; Vigil Conn, Paisley. At Mark West Springs. The latest arrivals at Mark West Springs are: Julius Lemle. Samuel Maxwell, Henry Planz, Ban Francisco; Beery K. White Jr., Boston, Muss.; T. L. Snurtoach, Samuel Abrams, Ernest J.. Wenle, Richard Radke, Rudolph S. Kelien, San Francisco; George W. Brooks, Oakland; Mrs. J. R. Grugel, Oakland; J. XV. Keegan, Judge Overtoil, Santa Kosa; Mrs. Frese I Juergcnsen. SOME ENJOYABLE CLUB GATHERINGS Society Entertained by Fash ionable Organiza tions. The Sequoia 'Club Ent rains in Honor of Miss Mabel Leary. The Western Addition Entertainment and Dance— The Tuesday Night's Outing Party. The Sequoia Club gave a most enjoyable sur prise party In honor Of the graduation of Miss Mabel I.eary, at Cook's Hall, on toe evening of June 13. During the evening a farce was ren dered, songi sung, games played*, dances en joyed and supper partaken of by Misses Mabel Leary, Grace Rankin, Annie Selion, Lois Eoff, Alice Cameto, Meta Boiaon, Laura Xeill. Liilie Reynolds, Lena Schellenberg, May Lawry, Jo-)ie Kane, May Pat er.-on, Mary Gilchrist, MabL-1 Miller, Mury Boyian, Julia Boylan, Ethel Car tan, Maud Cartan, Nellie Saury, Minnie Leary, Pearl Btroud, Nellie Kemptson, Mrs. Rankin, Mrs. Leary, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Nott, Mrs. SOS, Mrs. S.'llon; Messrs. E. Cartan, E. Dimmer, J. Eofi", J. Nicholson, J. Leary, H. Leary, G. Moloch, J. Gallagher, J. Barry, L. Springer, J. Laury,, J. Folty, J. Patterson, J. Henna, 0. McCarty, J. Jones. T. Arias, A. Smith, P. R. X >ff, R. Lincoln, E. Musson, G. Ogle, A. Gerken, E. Rankin. The Western Addition Literary and Social <lub held their regular monthly entertain ment and dance Wednesday evening, June 17, at Native Bons 1 Hall. The excellent pro gramme, varied and interesting, was well re ceived by the lame aud iashionable audience present. Dancing as usual brought the even ing's entertainment to a close. The pro gramme in full whs ai lollows: Overture, orchestra; recitation, selected, Miss Mabel Hfueltine; tenor solo, "How Can I For<et Thee" (Denza), J. Hoy t Toler; the sym pbony, operated by 11. A. Sheppard— (a) "Over ture irom William Tell" (Rossini), (b) "Selec tion from Robin Hood" (DeKoven); contralto solo, "Thou Art My Life " (Masiheroni), Miss Josephine Patterson; comedy, "The burglar and the Judge," the cast— Justice Geoffry Gyves, Alfred A. Borlini; Parkhurst, Will M. Ogilvie; Joe, George B. Crandall. Tiie members of the Tuesday Night Club gave a delightful outing at Ross Valley on Sunday, May 31st. The affair was successfully managed by Miss Dollie Wyants, Miss Nell I Casey, Miss Maude Barclay, Miss Anna How i «rd, Miss Ada Keily, Rfiss t'arrie Morton, Mr.s. I Austin, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. c. Cole, Mrs. Mc- Colgan, Mrs. Morton and Mr.s. Howard. The I next meeting of this club will be held at the residence ol Miss Ada Kelly on Fell street on June 23d. A delightful ice-cream party was eiven by ! the young Indies of Miss C. Hunt's class at the I Gir.s' High School on Thursday, June 18. The young ladies of the class and all teacuers of the building were present. Among those help ; ing to make the afternoon pleasant were Miss May Levy, Valeria Kieineberg, Lulu Becker, ; Floreiice Lipsher, Eva Levy, Grace Prender j gast. The room was beautifully decorated i with ferns and flowers and other artistic ef- I feets arranged by the pup. Is. Dancing con i eluded the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. A. G. Elliot and her mother, Mrs. E. S. ! Howe, entertHined at dinner Tuesday Colonel and Mrs. D. McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Staf iord, Wallace Mudgett, Colonel Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hansel. AT EMERALD BAY Late arrivals at Emerald Bay, Lake Taho?, include: Miss Mattle Dixon, Michigan Bluff; Miss Gertrude Hutchings, Yosemite; James llogc, Mrs. James Hogg, William Hogg, Miss Mabel Hogg. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. dough, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Guenthers, San Antonio, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dixon, Los Angeles; Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Cooper and iamily. Modesto; A. F. Calloway, San Fran cisco; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sampson, Grass Val ley; C. F. Overtoil, Santa Rosa; Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Clifton, San Diego; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Graves, Santa Cruz; Thomas H. Hutchings, Oakland; A. \V. Smith ton, San Jose. At Cazadero. The following are the arrivals at Cazadero this week: Will M. Graham, Dr. and Mrs. Mc- Lean, family and nurses, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehii and family, Roy O. Yates, Clarence XV. Reed. David Williams, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Richardson and daughter, W. H. Wells, H. F. Blethen, J. L. Blair and sou, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chadbourne, James Carolan, C. G. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fredericks, East Oakland; ILL. Smith and wile, Sa.. Francisco; Miss A. J. Walker, f*an Francisco; James Schmitz, San Francisco; Miss Josephine Daws, Santa Rosa; J. Stuart Yates and wife, Victoria. B. c. ; Miss Austin, Victoria. B. C. ; Dr. J. S. Eastman and family. Berkeley; George C. Bnllantyne and wife, ' Oakland; *L. N. Jacobs, Pan Fran cisco; J. W. Harris, wife and boy, San Iran- Cisco. A coaching trip was made this forenoon by a large number of guests, to Austin and Ward creeKs, Pole Mountain and other inter esting points and all had an enjoyable time. Yours etc., C. F. Burns. At Bartlett Springs. BARTLETT SPRINGS, Cal., June 20.— Allen A. Curtis, the well-known lumberman, accom panied by Mrs. Curtis and their two children, j Ralston aud Carleton, are hero for several | weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chandler have taken the "Atwood" cottage for the summer. Mrs. Calvin C. McMahan and daughter, Mather, j accompanied by Miss Emmerson of San Fran- Cisco, have taken the "Glenwood* 1 cottage for the summer season. Mrs. Gus E. Dorn, wife ot the well-known commercial man, and Mrs. Ciprico are up for a six weeks' stay. John Pacheco of San Rafael, w.ith George Kavanagh, Milton Brooks «nd Ed Bailey of San Francisco, yesterday morning started out at daybreak for Cache Creek fishing, returning in the evening with sixty, forty, tweuty-nve | and tifteen respectively to their credit. . Mrs. A. C. Weher and daughter, who are mak- j ing a Hying visit to all the springs, stopped over here for one night. W. H. Hoi eubeck, wife and two children, of Fresno, are up for several months' stay. E. C. Creiler, a well-known business man of San Francisco, is up for a f*ew weeks' stay. Mr. Creiler finds niany improvements since his visit fifteen years ago. Burr H. Mitcheil, the ! well-known young business and society rnau i of Colusa, gave us h flying ,-isit on his wheel. He will return in a few weeks for a long stay, i C. Martin, the well-known hack inspector of I .San Fra:;iisco, is enjoying himself hugely. Among the many rec nt arrivals may be ; seen: Mr. and Mrs-. E. L. Maze, Upper Lake; i /. B. Kincholoe, Woodland; E. A. Oppen- ; heimer, Marysvillc; H. B. Rodgcrs, Wntson ville; Francis Toad, Vallejo: Burr H. Mitchell, Colusa; Allen A. Curtis, wife and two sons, San Rafael; Mrs. otto bluches, Sacramento ; | J. E. Coibrer, Mrs. E. S. Ciprico, Mrs. (ius E. Dom, F. G. Roberts. W J. Shives, K. C. Creiler, James Kelson. Mrs. A. C. Webt-r, Mrs. C. C. Me- | Mahan. Miss Emerson, San Francisco. Bowl fng ana tennis are all the ga Thomas Hanra- ■ han of Sacramento heads the list in bowling, ' With ■ score of 'J4(i. Arno'is; those who have recently engaged j rooms for the season are: J. W. Elliot (presi- , dent ot the First National Bank of Los An geltis) wife, two children und muid; Mr. Jesse i Potter (of Miller & Lux) and family; Miss ! Annie Sullivan and sister, San Francisco; | John T. Graynor (of Murphy, Grant & Co.), with his wife und family, accompanied by their friend Mr. Horrigan, Mrs. Toesner and Mrs. Beel, San Francisco; Mrs. P. F.Nolan, Miss Kittle Nolan, Mis.- t;enevi eve Nolan. Leo i .Nolan, Miss Kiltie Arnold, Mrs. Dunbar, Mrs. Fredericks, Miss Fredericks. At Magnetic Springs. The following guests hare engaged rooms and cottagi's at Magnetic Springs, Glcnwood, for the season: Mrs. E. B. Leverc, Mrs. Mey ers, A. Wyss and family, U. B. Norton, J. H. : Norton and wife, A. >ummerfield nnd family, H. Koniai) and fain il> , Mrs. A. Harris and two daughters. Mrs. K. Levy and daughter, Mr. aud Mrs. Kedston and family, E. H. Sllsby and iamily, Mrs. J. Marx and iamily, Miss Lmma Crossj Miss May lickett. J. Mot-S and wife, Mi.-s May Cuthbert, Miss E. A. Mai. son, Dr. Edward : Wiuden, Mrs. Sansoni and family, Mrs. Cap tain Townsend and child, Aloert Lachman, Henry Lachman, J. lil. om. H. Bisimp, E. L. • b ui.cr, J..J. Mcany, Vie. or Metcaif, wife and ! family, Mrs. Hail, Louis Sage, wife and child. There was a hup £iVerc ai the hotel on Sat- i nruay, June 18. which uas attended by all the i;uc.-ts and a iiiinueroi residents from Santa (rnz and vicinity. It was an enjoyable affair and continued until the wee 3maL hours. At Paraiso Springs. The recent arrivals at Paraiso Springs are as j follows: Dr. M. K. 'lonzaiez nnd wife, Mrs. ' E. Hitchcock, Mi-a HitGbcock, Thomas chip- 1 ninn and wife, 8. L. Parsons, C. T. R<imle, Dr. , XV. R. Cmness Jr., Frank Doud Jr., J. N. Bes-se, A. <i. lliland, S. W. Cowles and wife. Mrs. Trues- j dell, William V. Bryan and wife, P. Johnson, F, F. Kellogg ami wife, Ed F. Arms) Mrs. J. A. Magee, Mrs. E. Malloo, D. C. Bloom. W. L. Garretson, Sum Dannen btum, James Harris, L. Sanborn, Mr-. .1. Morri son. >li<s £. Kttcheuer, Mrs. M.D. Boruck, Lewis F Watson and wife, John Allison, Mrs. M. Kil burn, 1". McAllister, Sanborn Backus, Mrs. S. W. Bnckus, Miss C. Wilson, K. Israel, A. Crocker mid wife, J). F. Leddy, Timothy O'Grady, L. T. Watson, H. w. Hatborne, T. c. Johnston, M.ss P. Johnston, Father Brennen. At Soda Bay. The following have registered at Soda Bay during the past week: William Harfst, San ! Francisco; William Si;>py and wife, Miss Caryl Bippy, Los Angeles; Captain A. Y. Tiask, J. Scaomfield u:id fami y, J. M. Litchfield and Wife, Mister R Ll« yd Litchflvld, A. Y. Trust, 8. B. Cristy, Charies C Hilton, Howard C. Holn.es and wife, W. Y. Wheatly, wife and Child. Mrs. h. E. S.ade and child, William Y. Grant, Ml W O. Lflinhardt, pan Francisco; E. i Loll .hardt, Oaklnnd; F. B. Heath, Masiei Prankle Heath, San Jose; Miss Lelinharat, [ Miss Elna Lelinhardt, William Rudgear, Oak land: Dr. A. L. Walsh and wife, J. F. Cunning- : ham. Stanley Adderley and wile, J. H. Kelly, j Mrs. R. Root, G. Gregg, San Francisco; George I R. Dodson, Fred Mauses, Alameda. At Gilroy Springs. The late arrivals at Gilroy Springs include: | T. H. Norman, J. B. Cavanaugh, J. B. High- ; tower, William E. Cunningham, Charles XV. [ Chapman, William H. Kruse, G. B. Gobert, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rainey. Joseph H. Me- ; dirthv, Mrs. Me urthy, C. D. Hurrisnn, Edgar | Painter. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Johnson, A. 11. Mur ker, H Frederick, Edward Schwerin. John . Britt, John Btegeman, Mr. and Mrs. John F. : Helms, Miss Alice Helms, James Smith, J. C. Humphrey, San Francisco. James Wood, John Mulv&ny, Sun Jose; W. H. Smith, Gilroy; K. Boulogne Riid family, Alameda; Mrs. L. G. Richmond Judd, Oakland. At the El Monte. Among the guests registered at the El Monte, Sausalito, are: Mrs. M. C. Keen, Mrs. J. L. Lev) son, A. A. Guardior, Mr«. R. S. Nagle, Max Warshauerand wife, S. Green and family, Miss Je^sk' Marston, Mrs. R. T. Devlin, Mrs. War dt-11, Mrs. A. O. Colton, J. Seven t, J. L. Good lay. W. H. ( arr, H. A. Nauiuan, Miss Mabel Huselton, Miss May Warde, Mrs. Bonuey. At Blue Lakes. The list of arrivals at Blue Lakes Hotel in cludes: Mrs. A. C. Weber, Miss Weber, P. H. Farrell, J. F. Cunningham, Mr. tind Mrs. L. Wickstroin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Capell, Mrs. Lux and daughter, 0. F. Marwedel, M. A. Gaugham, Mrs. A. C. Bolderman, Fred G. Gant ner, H. Wolf, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. R. Eliot, Chicago; D. Clopton, Montgomery, Ala. NEW TO-DAY— DRY GOODS. Blacks and Checks r> The Market-Street Store will be an attrac- tive place this week — attractive prices on Black Goods, and. then we've just received those long-looked for Shepherd and Broken 3 Checks. ON SALE MONDAY— MARKET-ST. STORE ONLY. Checks. I Black Dress Goods. 80" pieces Shepherd and Broken 15 pieces Fancy Armure Suitings, Checks Dress Goods, in BlacK and neat small designs, 45 inches wide. White, Tan and Brown, Brown and Never sold regularly under 50c, but wo oi7 STi^S jar's £?£?■■ This Week, 25c a Yard. one who has been waiting, better come in Monday. iq pieces Fine Surah Serge Dress $3.50 a Suit Length. ' Goods, all pure wool and perfectly 6 fast colors; 40 inches wide. Worth 60c, but - ■■•■■; -,';,' REMNANTS. This Week Sc a Yard. d,, f n. « one, third tie re ga ,»r '^'his W«k! OTd a Yard. KOHLBERQ, STRAUSS & FROHMAN, 107-109 POST STREET— and— l22o-1224 MARKET STREET. PREPARATIONS FOR JULY WEDDINGS Cards Are Out for the Hobart - Baldwin Nuptials. The Date Is Set for the Wed ding of Miss' McKenna and Peter Martin. A Cathedral Wtdiing to Ba Cele brated on the 3otu Day of Ju y. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Hobart have is sued invitations for the wedding of their sis ter. Miss Ella Hobart, and Charles Baldwin, to be celebrated on Tuesday, July 7, at high noon, at the church at Han Mateo. Bishop Nichols will perform the ceremony, which will be fol lo\ved by a breakfast, to which invitations have been limited, at the Hobart residence at San Mateo. Another swell wedding announced for July is that of Miss Isabel McKenna and Peter D. Martin. It is to be a cathedral wedding.and will be celebrated on Thursday, July 30. A small reception will follow at the McKenna residence on Franklin street. The wedding of Miss Josephine Delmas, daughter of D. M. Delmas, and Lionel Fitz gerald Keeney of Dublin, Ireland, was cele brated yesterday In London. The young couple will go on a tour of the world for their briJul trip and are expected in this City next fall. Mrs. D. M. Del mas will make the trip till here with the you nsr couple. The wedding of Miss Lucy Tpson ana Mr. Lewis B. Hanchett will take place next Wednesday at the residence of the bride 's father. Mr. L. S. Upson, in Sacramento. Mr. Hancheit is the son of Mr. an.l Mrs. L. J. Hanchett, and brother of Mrs. George Crocker and Mrs. Edgar B. Carroll. Mr. Alexander Center invited some fourscore gentlemen to dinner at the I'acinc-l'nion Club on Thursday, the 18 h instant, to meet His Excellency Hoshi Tt.ru, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States from the Empire of Japan. Miss Alice Voorman was married last Wednesday evening to Mr. Heber Coay Tilden at the residence of the Lr de's father, Mr. Henry Voorman, on Bush street. Roy. dsoree Edward \\ alk of Trinity Church officiated. The bride was attended by Miss Mil Voorman, Miss Maitie ffbittier, Ml»s Flint and Miss Griswold as bridesmaids. The affair was very pleasantly celebrated. A very quiet and simple wedding ceremony united in the bonds of matrimony Miss Louise Young, the charm in* Jaughter of Mr. and Mr.-. H. J. Young, 1799 Pine street, and Staf ford Parker, the weli-known shipping commis sioner. The wedding was celebrated at Trinity Church Mot.day last at noon in the presence of the relatives of trie bride and groom. The Rev. George Edward Walt officiated. The only at tendant that the bride had waß Miss (iene vi.-ve Huntsman, her cousin. Mr. Parker was supported by Mr. Fisher as best man. Among --hbse pn-uot were Mrs. Maynard, Miss Maynard, Mrs. Hunt-man and the Miesea liuntsin* ii, Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Dutton, Mrs. Wil iani Gwin and Miss Gwin. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Parker and the marriage party were driven 'o the home of the bride, where a very delightful wedding breakfast was enjoyed. The bride and groom left in the afternoon for the south, where they will remain for some time. As Miss Young, trie bride was a very popular member of soc.ety, and was well known as one of ■ ho prettiest girls "in the swim." The weddiug ot Mis- Teresa Wall and W. J. Kennedy was celebrated o i Wednesday at St. James Church, Rev. Fatner Lynch officiating. A number of the many friends of the couple wit'iessed the ceremony. Ml»s Lyrlia Leddy of Santa Rosa wns the bridesmaid and WiilP. Dunn of Petaiuma acted as best man. After the ceremony an elaborate wedding oreakfast was served at the residence of tue bride'i father, 928 Dolores street. Among ttie many gifts received by the ymrtg couple was a handsome silver set, sent by the employes of the Suuset Telephone Company, of which Mr. Kennedy is cashier. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy left Wednesday afternoon for Coro nado. After a tour of Southern California they will return to this city. On the 16th iust. at 4 o'clock the wedding of Miss Catherine Landers and John J. Hen dricks took piace at the home of the bride's motner, Mrs. M. Landers, at 812 Shotweil street. The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev. W. A. M. Breck of St. John's parish in the pres ence of the family and a few intimate friends. The maid of honor was Miss Margaret Brown, while the groom was assisted by H. L. Warren of San Jose as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony a sump tuous wedding breakfast was served, after which the happy pair departed on tneir bridal journey amid showers olrice. Among those present besides the family wit.-: Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Shadbourne, Mrs. Drace, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts, Miss Kate Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Woersen, Miss Margaret Brown, Mr. War ren and others. AETNA PRINGS The list of late arrivals at Springs is at follows: Mrs. A. M. Burns, Miss D. Burns, Miss C. Evens, Mrs. F. L. Whitney, Miss Graco Whitney, Harry G. Scovern, A. Alexander, C. A. Sweet, San Francisco; Miss Ellen M. Bartlett, Alameda; Dr. Watt, Victoria; Z. Watt, G. W. Fee, St. Helena; Alexander Borgen, Oat Hill; Miss Elva Robinson. Mis» Anita Pearch, Miss Marie Keller, Napn; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schultz, Miss Faulina Schultz. Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. C. j. Paddock, Henry S. Russ, Edmond Russ, San Francisco. At Paso Robles. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sachs are spending & month at Paso Robies. Chief Justice Field and family intend to spend several months at Paso Robies. Major and Mrs. McLaugbliu and Miss Mc laughlin ol Santa Cruz and Sam N. Rucker of San Jose will spend a few weeks at Paso Robies.