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MISS HATTIE BOH RING is visiting in San Franc seo. H. M. II duster is recovering from an attack of il .ness. The Misses Barns of Sacramento have been visiting the family of James Breelin during the w cii. S. J. Lewis of Sheridan was in Auburn the first of the week. Fred Mason and Goff Lohse were ud from Newcastle Wednesday. L. M. Lay ton of Rocklin was In Auburn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Armstrong attended the funeral of the little daughter of J.H.Arm strong at Forest Hill Tuesday. L. H. Cary and wife of Lincoln visited the county sent Saturday last A. E. Coates and wife have gone to Los An geles for the winter. Mrs. W. C. Conroy visited her sister, Mrs. Ralpti Hawcroft, at Reno last week. C. K. Warren left during the week on a short irip to England. \\. F. Hall of Portland visited his sister, Mrs. W. J. Wilson Jr., at Newcastle the first of the week. Mrs. W. B. Gester of Newcastle has returned from a visit to Palo Alto. Among the weddings during the week were George W. Fllcher and Miss Violet Coker, both of Auburn; Alfied Jones of Newcastle and Miss Leona Weir of Applegate; E. L. isse aiid Miss Florence Phelps, both of New castle. Major Biggs, ex-Congresfman, of Biggs sta tion, visited L. E. Tebbs and family during the week. Ar\dersor\. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McMurray were visitors nt Redding last week. T. E. Parker of Fresno is visiting his brother, J. M. Parker, of this tlace. J. W. Han line and family have moved to \\ iaiams, CaL, and will make that place their future home. A.F. tmith of Shingletown called on friends here last week. Walter S. Pierce of San Francisco was visit ing A. C. Potter last week. He returned home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ogburn of Red Bluff called on friends here last week. D. P. Bysth of Shasta was here Tuesday vis iting with relatives. Miss Edna Dack departed for Berkeley Satur day morning. Mrs. Nora E. Fickas departed on Saturday's train for Santa Rosa to visit with relatives. Bakersfield. Miss Ella Healy of Oakland Is vi.-itlng her mother at this place. General William A. Snafter. U. 8. A., is visit ing his daughter. Mrs. W. H. McKittrick. Mr. and Mrs. William Bowman spent Thanksgiving in Oakland with relatives. E. E. Armstrong of Bakersfield and Miss Leonora Beavers of Indiana were married November 28. They will make Bakersfield their me. The little son, Donald, of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stiender died Tuesday morning. EL A. Jastro returned Wednesday from Mexico. George H. Deacon was down from Hanford this week. Mrs. C. Figge of Lancaster, Mo., is visiting her brotner, C. C. Cowgill. Miss Emily Conkiin is visiting Miss Mabel Blodget Mrs. A. R. Conkiin end Mrs. L V. Olcese are here visiting Mr. and Mr-. K. E. Conkiin. Miss Lina McLeod is home from San Jose. N. W. Tilton of San Pedro is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. W. Crass and of Bakersfield. Louis Fickertof Pear Valley passed through here Wednesday on bis way to witness the great football match between Stanford and Berkeley Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Alice Howe from San Rafael Is visiting friends here. Charles Jones of Fresno was visiting among his many friends in Bakersfield this week Colin Stewart is here from Pasadena. Ballard. Mrs. Teresa Bell, accompanied by her attor ney, was in Los Olivos last week. Alden M. Boyd has returned from New York. Mrs. Boyd will not return until Feb ruary. Rev. Joseph Hemphill has returned from Santa Maria. Mrs. Anna Wood has returned from Shan don after « visit with Mrs. S. Lyons. Miss Grace Parish will spend the winter in Hueneme. The young people of Santa Yuez were treated to a social dance by Lew Johnson's troupe last Monday night. Miss Floyd has closed her school at Najagul and will soon leave for San Luis Obispo. The ladies of the Presbyterian church held a very successful bazaar for church benefits last week. Gahto. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hittell, for many years residents here, have moved to Ukiah. Mrs. W. F. Wade is visiting iv Oakland. A most enjoyable "farewell" party was given to Frank Hittell and family in honor of their departure and long residence here. Mr. Hit tell will study law in Ukiah. Harry While left for Ukiah Friday on busi ness. Me returns Monday. Colusa. Mrs. E. Houx spent Thanksgiving with friends in Sacramento. Mrs. Judge Moore has gone to Sacramento to visit her son, who is seriously ill of typhoid fever. Miss Crow, who has been here from San Diego to visit Miss Arnold, has returned home, Miss Arnold accompanying her as far as Wil liams. W. W. Kilgore and wife of Grand Island went to San Francisco Sunday. Mitt Grant of Woodland has been visiting Miss Myrtle Riddle and returnod home early in the week. News came Tuesday of the death of Mrs. Lot tie Blank of Blank Springs. She left her bed at night, and, being unconscious, fell into a ravine, where there was but little water and where her body was found. Heart trouble caused her death. J. C. Bedell, lor a long while a citizen of Co lusa, died at the Napa asylum this week. Mrs. Frank Davis of Afton is visiting the family of Judge J. B. Moore. Supervisor Laugenour has been in town a part of this week. Miss Anno Tindall of Sacramento, who has bsen visiting her sister, Miss Elizabeth Tin dal), has returned home. M. Jewell Bogs and Miss Geneva Elizabeth Boedefeld were married Tuesday and left for a bridal tour to fan Francisco and other points. Major William Singer of San Francisco came up to the Boggs-Boedefeld wedding, being the grandfather of the bride. Ross McAmis and wile of Marysville paid Co lusa a visit the past week. Miss Gertrude Houchins has returned to Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson of Willows are still here. Mrs. Tennantand her daughter, Miss Carrie, will go to San Francisco Saturday to remain a month or Bore. PERSONAL NEWS OF OUR FRIENDS IN MANY PLACES. Attorney Freeman of Willows is attending court here. Colonel and L. F. Moulton were in town Tuesday. M'ss Gasscn of San Diego is visiting Miss Josephine Arnold. William Duke has been here visiting the family of I). H. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis of Afton left Co lusa Monday for Sacramento. Mrs. L. A. Hoyt has gone to Humboldt County to visit her sister. Miss Hattie Belle Watson is visiting friends in this place. Mr and Mrs. A. R. Baker have been in town for two weeks. Goifax. Fred Nlcholls baa returned to Browns Valley. Miss Edith Quire has returned to Sacra mento. Val Curran of the Southern Pacific Company has moved his family here. John L. Butler is visiting at the coast cities. Dan A. Russell has gone Into business here. M. L. Peters of Centerville is at Sacramen R. W. Brown and family have removed here frcm lowa Hill. Mrs. J. H. Kneeland Jr. is quite ill. Robert Hamilton of Baker & Hamilton of San Francisco, accompanied by his wife, spent a portion of the week at Forest Hill. J. A. Garrison of Forest Hill was here re cently. Miss Lizzie Peacemaker has returned home to Oakland. T. B. <orey of Auburn was here recently. Mrs. H. Wales has returned from San Fran cisco. C. C. Campbell of Damascus is here. John Middletou is suffering with a broken leg. Mrs. A. J. Holmes of San Francisco is here. Ghico. Joe D. Sproulls home from San Francisco. Mrs, Hattie Clark and daughters have gone to Gridley ior a visit. H. D. Burroughs of Susanville is spending a few days in Chico with old iriends. Misses Hattie and Jessie Baker of Colusa are visiting Mrs. C. _. Perkins of this city. J. 11. Peck and F. M. M cum have gone up Butte Creek to look after their mine. Dr. J. E. Rodey has left for San Francisco for a few days. E. A. Warren and wife arrived home from San Francisco this week. Mrs. >v. M. Marvin, wno has been visiting in Nebraska for the past four months, arrived home this week. Miss Hal.ie Hallet has returned to her school near Butte City. M. Harris of the Harris Lumber Company is in Chico on business. Miss Bessie Collins has returned to Auburn, after a few days' visit in Chico. Miss L. C. Snider of Berkeley is visiting Miss McMillan at the Park Hotel. B. F. Pearson ot the San Francisco Call Is in Chico on business. F. W. Davenport of Marysville Is in Chico. J. L. Bsrham, Assessor of Tehama County, is Visiting his parents in Chico. Mrs. _. Cussick bas gone to San Francisco for a short visit Mrs. E. S. Rego and daughter of Sacramento are visitine old friends in t'hico. Fresrvo. W. H. Hodgkin. president of the Farmers' Club, has recovered irom his recent illness. Miss Agnes Merz of Lemoore is visiting Fresno f-iends. City Recoider A. M. Clark has returned from San Francisco. Lewis 11. smith, the City Attorney, is con fined to his room because of sickness. C. H. Schweizer and County Clerk Truman G. Hart have returned from San Francisco. W. W. Eden has returned irom a visit of _ few weeks to his old home in Illinois. George H. Smith, the druggist, and wife left on Thursday night for England, where they will spend three months visiting their old home. Mm Laura Drennan ot Hanford Is visiting in Fresno. Harry Armltage and wife have returned from ati extended visit in the East W. D. Grady has returned from San Fran cisco. Captain and Mrs. J. R. Jenney of Mattapoi sett, Mass. , are in Fresno on a visit to their son, Charles E. Jf-nney. Captain W. A. Neviils Is in Fresno looking alter his extensive interests. Oscar Johnson, private secretary to Con gressman C. H. Castle, started for Washington on Monday. Daniel Brown, thePetaluma banker, has re turned home alter a visit to his son, Dan Brown, of this city. Fulton G. Berry is in San Francisco. W. H. Norris, of San Benito County, is visit ing his son, Thomas E. Norris. Qrass Valley. Miss Edna Buckett and O. L. Twltchell were married by the Rev. L. J. Garver. 11. Fuchs is home from a business trip to San Francisco. Mrs. J. P. F tannery of Marysville, who has been here assisting at the orphans' fair, has returned home. Isaiah Moyle is ill with pneumonia. Miss Annie Trathen has gone to San Fran cisco on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Sexton. Mrs. Hooper of San Francisco, Mrs. Fisher of Alameda, Mrs. Burress of Crockett and Rich ard Ryan of San Francisco are here to attend their father's funeral. Miss Lily Bosworth has returned to San Francisco. Mrs. Maude M. Peaslee is reported to be seri ously ill. Miss Lillle Prisk, who has been so very ill, Is Improving. Mrs. Jennie Porter and daughter are the guests of L. C. Wllhelm. Mrs. EL Arthur, who lives on Colfax avenue, is reported as being very ill. Florence, the bright little daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, is dead. W. C. Eckhart Jr. has returned from San Francisco. Miss Josle Conlin of Smartsvllle, who has been the guest of Miss Mildred Vincent, has returned to her home. Mrs. Batten is down with a severe attack of pneumonia. Qilroy. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baxter of Watsonville and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kingsland and daughterof Oakland attended the funeral of their friend, Frank Smith, here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mayock are visiting in Sau Francisco. - Miss Bertie Bcnn has returned from her school in Monterey County. Mitt Grace Holsclaw is home from her San Luis Obispo school for the holidays. Mr. Foster and Fred Hersey have been here on a visit to the Hersey residence. Miss Harris of Colorado Springs is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. J. Box bor ough, in the Orchards. A whist party 'was given in her honor at tbe letter's home last Friday evening, the 4th inst. "Grandma" Howell, mother of Mrs. Mary Hollaway. is very ill at her apartments in the Hotel de Oaks. Mrs. McAinine has returned from a city trip Mrs. Frank Staniford will winter in San. Francisco. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1597. Miss Anne Swan has returned from Kings City. Miss Nettie Hlnch of Fresno and William Houston ot Sonora will be married on Sunday, December 5, at the home of Oscar Willson in Old Gilroy. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Willson of Salinas are here to attend the marriage Sunday of Miss Minnie Cavanaugh and George Mliias. Dr. Porter is visiting relatives in Napa and Grass Valley. Miss Lizzie Swan is in Son Francisco. HavjWards. John Smith of Sacramento has been sojourn* ing here during the past week. Miss Little of l'etaiuma was visiting friends during the week. J. HetheriDgton of Centerville has taken up bis residence here. Mrs. E. Dent and family have returned home after a prolonged Visit at Ferndale, Humboldt County. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Haley departed this week for a month's stay at Rockford, San Joaquin County. Mrs. E. P. HtlDorn and son of Suisun were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Muzzy last week. Mrs. Bryant of San Jose has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Rose. George Greiersen, who recently retired from business here, and family departed this week for Oakdale, their former home. J. P. de Camp and wife of Oakland were visiting his brother. A. de Camp, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Archey McKeeu of Hanlord spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Rice. J. C. Alves of Mountain View, Santa Clara County, was visiting old acquaintances last week. E. Eberspacher was visiting relatives in Napa County last week. Lodi. Fred Taylor of Sacramento li visiting with his mother of this pluc e Eddie Clark, who has "been dangerously ill, is slowly convalescing. J. W. Djugherty and daughter, Miss Eva, visited in town part of the week. A. M. Hill has returned to San Luis Obispo after a visit wit i ola friends here. Professor Me tzeer of San Jose has been the guest of E. Thorp and iamily. Merchant S. A. Kitchener returned Wednes day from a business trip to San Francisco. Miss Lottie Joues of Acampo was in town Tuesday. Ed Pickings left Monday for an extended Slav at Yub* City. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fulton have returned to their home at Yuba City after a short visit with relatives here. It was their first visit to Mrs. Fulton's (nee Wood worth) old home since she left as a bride a short time ago. Mrs. Charles Guggoiz is recovering from a dangerous Illness. A. P. Bellows of Acampo was in town on business Wednesday. Mrs. D. Kettelman and daughter, Miss Re becca, have returned from a visit with rela- lives at Visaiia. Dr. R. H. Adlam, a pioneer of this county, died at his home here Tuesday. He was 95 years of age. JMarysVille. Miss Hannah Reardan is sojourning at San Francisco. Mrs. Frank R. Zumwalt and children have returned from Missouri. Mrs. Lizzie Bowen is here from Chicago. Mrs. E. D. Myrer visited San Francisco Tues day. C. C. Hampton and wife have gone to the bay. B. F. Gilman accompanied his son Frank to San Mateo. A. B. Keaton, wife and child, late of Colusa, have taken up their residence here. Dan Coughlin is home from San Francisco improved in health. Charles Stelniff Is here from San Francisco on business. Miss Lena Balkwie of Chico was the guest of Mrs. L zzie Syfert Dr. Meek and wife of Chico were the guests of A. P. Llpp and family. Mrs. B. Feeley and nephew of Santa Rosa are here on business. Mrs. S. Duke and her family has joined her husband at Sacramento. Mrs. Carrie Berg and daughter, Annie, are visiting in San Francisco. John Walsh and daughter Mamie of Smarts vllle visited here this week. Mrs. Kurtz has returned to her home at Sac ramento. Mrs. M. J. Lefalvre of Vallejo, who has been visiting her daughter, Miss Etta Simmons, has returned home. Mrs. C. Newell of Sacramento was the guest of her nephew, W. W. Shaffer, and family. Mrs. John Bell has gone to Tracy to visit her son Thomas. Miss Maud Sheets of Wheatland visited here this week. W. M. Oyster, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dam and Dan Frasler, all of Wheatland, visited here this week. Mrs. James Winslow has returned from San Francisco. Merced. Andrew Raynor of Buchanan visited town on Monday. Miss Iv 4 i z a Atwater has returned from a visit to San Francisco. Daniel Wilson of Dry Creek, near Snelllng, was iv town Monday. Miss Nellie Stoddard has returned from a visit at Haywards. Miss Essie Rosenthal spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Miss Belle Rosenthal, at Ma dera. Mrs. George Landess Is In San Francisco re ceiving medical treatment I. J. Buckley was over from Snelllng on Monday. Miss Claire Washington bas returned to San Francisco after a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. C. Law. John L. Csnavero of Snelllng was In town Friday. Mrs. A. T. Hastings is in San Francisco with her father, T. H. teggett. Miss Henrietta Gagllardo of San Francisco is the guest of tbe Misses Garibaldi. Monterey. W. C. Gretter Is in Kings City. N. Whltcomb is doing Grand Jury duty in Salinas. Miss Elizabeth Strong, the prominent San Francisco artist, left here Monday for San Francisco and thence for Europe. Captain Thomas G. Lambert is rapidly con valescing from his recent serious Illness. Miss Imogene Burr is visiting San Francisco friends. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lewis Jr. are in San Francisco. J. league of Salinas is in town. Mrs. R. Stevenson has gone to Winters to re side. Attorney Fred Fellz is in Salinas. Mrs. R. M. Bogle of Nashville, Term., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Bogle in New Monterey. v-:-.' John McDonald of San Francisco is the guest of friends hi Hotel del Monte. Mrs. Dr. James of San Jose spent a portion of the week with the family of Postmaster W. W. James. Dr. J. L. D. Roberts is visiting his Tuolumne County gold mine. W. C. Cochran and Mrs. Cochran have re turned from Salinas. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nicholson of Erie, Perm., are winterine at Hotel del Monte. Attorney R H. Wiiley was in San Francisco during the week. JMer\lo ark. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Doyle have returned from a visit to Berkeley. Miss Sadie O'Toole of Tennant station is on a visit to relatives. C. W. Smith has returned from a two months' trip to the East. . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clothier have returned from their honeymoon, spent in Solano County. Miss Rose Nolan of Oakland is visiting the Misses Smythe. E. Black Ryan and family have closed their residence and moved to the Occidental Hotel, San Francisco, for the winter. Mrs. Jane S. Stanford has returned from Europe and wilt spend the winter here. Henry Mangels and family have removed to Redwood City. Perry Eyre has taken up his residence in San Francisco. Miss Edith Macßaln has returned from San Francisco, where she spent the past few weeks. Peter Farley has returned from a trip to Watsonville. O. E Brady, the contractor, was down from San Francisco for a few days during the week. Pacific Qrov>e. Mrs. B. L. Hollenbeck i nd Miss Grace Hol lenbeck have returned from an extended visit in the East. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sand wick have returned from San Francisco. Mrs. S. G. Gale Jr. spent a few days of this week in San Francisco. Rev. T. J. Martin and wife of Alameda at tended the Knox-Gosbey wedding here on Tuesday. Charles J. Martin made a business trip to San Jose during the week. L. Die'zof Philadelphia in in town. Mrs. J. Hubert Vosburg of Grand Forks, Norh Dakota, is wintering here. The Misses Polhemus of San Jose are occu eying their cottage on Central avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Gosbey are spend ing the week in San Francisco. F. Loui King and wife of San Jose are at El Carmelo Hotel. J. F. L Dohrmann of Nathan, Dohrmann & Co. of San Francisco, was in town during the week. . W. W. Long and Mrs. Long of Grand Rapids, Mich., are wintering here. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Merchant of Berkeley are guests of Mrs. Gosbiiy on Lighthouse avenue. Pasaderva. Rev. Dr. Eli Fay and wife have returned from New York, where they have been Blind ing the summer. Ray Greeuleaf of Berkeley, son of Colonel Charles R. Greenleaf, chief of the Pacific medical staff, 0. S. A., is here for the winter. W. 11. Metson, J. D. Murphey, San Fran cisco, are registered at Hotel Green. Charles Gallagher and Edward Gallagher, Philadelphia, are at Hotel Green for the win ter. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bridge arrived home from their Eastern trip Saturday, December _. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Ladd have returned from Monteclto for another winter in Pasa dena. City Attorney W. E. Arthur went to San Francisco on business Saturday and will be absent a few days. Mr. Jobson returned to San Francisco Mon day after a visit of ten days here with his daughter, Mrs. Lyman A. Craig. Attorney G. A. Gibbs has returned from an Eastern trip of six weeks. J. D. Nash, prominent grocer, has returned from a month's trip East C. B. Hawley of San Francisco Is at Hotel Green. Mrs. Ned Cohen of Sacramento is a guest of A D. Hall's family. Redding. James Dockery returned to San Francisco. J. N. Gregg arrived from Red Bluff. Miss Sophia Schneider is visiting in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Criss were over from Mlli vllle. Mrs. W. G. Hunt came op trom Sebastopoi. Miss Eda Bush visited Miss Laura Burt at Red Bluff. Abel M. French is here from Michigan. Frank R. Dobrowsky returned from San Fraucisco. Miss Alice Frisbie of Anderson visited Miss M. Mabei Waiden. Mrs. Jonas Holcomb, Mrs. D. de Forest and Mrs. C. S. Smith were here irom Round Mountain. C. C. Bush Jr. returned from Palo Alto. Miss May Reynolds Is visiting in Alameda. Miss Myrtle Fuller was here from Anderson. Mrs. P. M. Paulson and Mrs. Nat Shurtleff, both of Weaverville, have returned from San Francisco. Miss Jennie de Shields returned from Tehama. Red Bluff. Mrs. N. P. Chipman and Miss Alice Chipman have returned from San Francisco. Mrs. E. E. Johnstone left for her home in Dunsmuir last Wednesday. Mrs. Emma i hard Is visiting the Chard ranch on Elder Creek. C. A Garter came up from San Francisco on Wednesday. • W. R. Pond of Woodland was in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd Vickcrs of Reading came down to attend the Van Tyne-Pollard wedding on Wednesday, returning home that morning. W. B. Parker of Vacaville was in town last week. .-• •.-, Mrs. Sherman and her niece, Miss Celia Baker, have returned to their home in Baker City, Oregon. Tne Misses Charlotte and Lillian Alvord are homo from a short visit to San Francisco. Mrs. J. J. Grinnell is in San Francisco. Mrs. C. R. Mayhew and Mrs. William Dun can are visiting in Redding. Mrs. Lake of Orland has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Hamilton. Miss Clemena Frank is home from an ex tended visit to San Fianclsco. She was accom panied by her cousin. James Hobro. The Misses Annie and Agnes McNeil re turned to their home in Anderson Tuesday. Miss Luella Corrfgan is in Redding. -Mrs. E. A. Olendorf snd daughter, Miss Frankie. returned from Woodland Monday. Ml s Mattle Masters of Knights Landing fs visiting Mrs. A. L. Conard. Miss Alice May hew Is home from Woodland. RedWood Gity. Miss Ellen Rogers of Boulder Creek is visit ing friends at this place. Henry Paddock spent the latter part of the week with relatives here. Mrs. Con O'Connors, accompanied by her son, came from Hollister on a visit to friends here. Mrs. Pfeifer and daughter, Miss Frances, have returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. Bullivaut, G. Kreiter, just arrived from Germany, is at the home of Henry Beeger. Rev. Robert Johnson of Sacramento spent the latter part of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson. W. A. Waller has gone to Colusa to engage in business. Mrs. W. H. Pipkin and children returned to Redwood Saturday, after a five months' visit to relatives ln^Missouri. B. A. Nordyke of St Matthews school was in town Saturday. Miss Mary Wilson of Victoria, B. C, is spend ing a week with Miss Robbie Engle. Mrs. M. A. Cloud is visiting her mother, Mrs Wilsey, at Healdsburg. Miss Lzzie Swan of Gilroy paid a visit to Miss Augie Princevalle during the week. Harry Lovie and Will Piumo spent fou 1 days last week hunting on the marshes of Alvarado. Ed Allen of the United States steamship Alert visited his father and mother Wednes day. Miss Magna Johnston is visiting Mr. and Mrs. I). Mullen. Will Lovie has resigned his position in the drug-store on account of 111 health. He will probably go to San Bernardino County. St. Jielerva. F. L. Alexander spent Tuesday at the county seat. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Druhe went to Oakland Tu-sday for a few days' visit Eddie Hoffman is home from Berkeley to spend bisChriatmas vacation. John Whitton, a former resident of St. Helena, sDent the first of the week here with his brother. Mr. and Mrs. C. Carpy wont to the metropo lis Wednesday to spend the winter. Miss Mabel Ward went to Crockett Tuesday to visit Mrs. C. E. Palmer. Miss Juuia Wade spent a few days last week with friends at Palo Alto. Mr. and Mrs. R. Hoehn went to the city Sun day to spend a few days. Miss Viola Rhlnfrank Is spending a few days in Pope Valley. Miss Edith Longmore and Miss Harriet Rogers have returned to their homes In Santa Rosa after a visit with Miss Racbael Angwin. H. Brlstow and family of Chicago have gone to Sant i Rosa to reside. Miss Anita Beringer returned to San Fran cisco Sunday, after spending a vacation with her parents. MissSchild returned to her home in Vallejo Su day, after a visit at "Villa Beringer." Mr. and Mrs. F. Salmina were in the city the first of the week. Sarv Luis Obispo. Julian Garcia Jr. and sister. Miss Elois, of Poso visited relatives here Wednesday. E. L. W lliums has gone to Nevada expect ing to open a law office at Carson City. J. T. Dolan left Tuesday for Sacramento. Miss Vera Forcade has returned from a visit to friends in Gonziles. M.-s Jessie Fu ton returned Monday from a visit in Oakland. United States Marshal N. Covarrubias was was up from Los Angeles on official business Tuesday. L. K. Dorsey has returned from San Fran- C SCO. Mrs. H. Tourchard has returned to her home In San Francisco after several weeks here as the guest of Mrs. E. W. Lewis. Sonoma. Miss Mabel Sellers has returned to Santa Rosa alter visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Streiff of San Francisco has purchased a small ranch near Glen Ellen, where he will re side. Miss O. Copeland and Mrs. R Watt have re turned from a brief visit to San Francisco. Miss Agnes Duhring will spend the next two weeks In San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Phillips of Glen Ellen visited ia the metropolis last ween. Mrs. C. Walllser has returned from her visit with San Francisco friends. H. Pasch of San Francisco spent several days last week with his uncle, S. Schocken. Mrs. J. A. Poppe and Miss Reua Small were In San Francisco last week. Frido Clewe returned to Berkeley last Sun day after spending Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Clewe. Thomas Monahan was up from the city last Sunday. Sacranr\er\to. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Connor have returned to their home in San Francisco after an extended sojourn in Sacramento. W. W. Greer, accompanied by Mrs. Greer, left last Friday for Harrisburg, Pa. Mr. Greer is a delegate to the National Grange, which is soon to convene at Harrisburg. Mrs. Boyntonof Colfax is paying Mrs. Wil liam Lainphrey a visit at her borne on E street. Mr. and Mrs. Southask of San Francisco are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bailey. Last Wednesdoy at noon a very quiet wed ding took place at the residence of Rev. A. C. Herrick. The contracting parties were Sidney B. Phlpps and Miss Anna Webber, both well known in Sacramento and having many friends. They are spending their honeymoon in San Francisco. After t.eir return they will take up their residence at 609 I street The engagement is announced of Miss Miriam W. Govan and J. A. McLean. Miss Govan has been a teacher in the Sacramento schools, and is one of the most popular young ladies in the city. ■■' ...r Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jackman are home again from an extended trip through tbe Eastern States. Nicholas Becker and Miss Annie C. Olson were united in marriage at the residence of G. Carlson, 1922 I street, on the 18th inst. W. M. Brown of We. ls, Fargo _ Co.. in this city, and Miss Sadie Lawson were married last Wednesday at the Methodist Church South, Rev. T. H. Lawson of Santa Clara, brother of tho bride, officiating. At the residence of Mrs. Conrad Clinch, 1116 Seventh street, the wedding of Miss Lida I. Clinch and George E." Lester took place last Wednesday evening in the presence of many friends ol bride and groom. One of the most delightful afternoons ever spent by the Sacramento Literary and Musical Club was marked by last Tuesday's meeting. The trio from Neale's orchestra, composed of H. Heyman, M. Adlce and Leader Neale. ren dered some beautiful selections from Rubin stein, Faust, Schubert and other world-re nowned authors, while Miss Helen Howe, Mrs Walter Longbottom and Mis. Mary Ross con tributed the song music for the aiternoon The accompanists were Mrs. c. A. Neale and Miss Cora Mott. Santa Ana. Miss Louise Preston has returned from San Francisco, where she spent the past three months. Miss Rose Wilson is home from a six weeks' visit in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Scarborough of Los Angeles were guests at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Padgbam last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. £. Bunker arrived home last week from an extended visit in Onio and Kansas. Mrs. Laura Lee of' Los Angeles was in the city last week, the guests of Mrs. W. W. Crozier. Miss Nettie Buell was called to Red lands last week by the illness of her sister, Mrs. J. L Parsons, formerly of this city. John Hickey has returned from Ventura, where he spent a month looking after his business interests.. John Raney, with his wife and family, ar rived in Santa Ana last week from Albany, Or. Mr. Raney is a brother of Mrs. J. L. Garnsey and Mrs. L. B. Fine of this city, and has come here to locate. Mrs. Belle Clemens visited friends In East Los Angeles last week. Santa Barbara. Henry H. Hills and wife, Bridgeport, Conn., are here to spend the winter, and have rented the Everhardt residence at Montecito. Mrs. W. L Clark, who has been visiting in San Francisco the past mouth, has returned to Santa Barbara. Louis Blak m and family have arrived here, and will occupy the Hollister place until May 1, at which date they return to tne East Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Daly of Wisconsin are here for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Ladd, who have been here for some montns, have departed for their home In Pasadena, where they will remain during the winter. James Gutierrez and family, who spent the summer in New York City, have relumed to this c.ty. Dr. and Mrs. Kleingienther of Hanover, Ger many, are visiting Santa Barbara. F. WoClark and family, alter a week's so journ in this city, have departed for Avalon, Catallna, Miss Fannie A. Harrington, after a number of weeks' stay in Santa Barbara, has left for Chicago. Mr. and 3§rs. Louderman and Mr. and Mrs. George P. Whitelaw of St. Louis, will be here shortly for the winter. C. Villlers-Cooper of Portland, Or., who was here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. F. V. Howard, has returned home. Mrs. 8. W. Sperry of San Francisco is here lor the winter. Mrs. L. E. Kelly of Chicago Is in Santa Bar bara, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred. Salinas. Harry Hollander has returned from a two months' visit to San Francisco. W. M. France arrived from San Franelsco Wednesday. Mrs. Lou G. Hare and child, accompanied by Mis-, Lena Carlsen, have gone to Concord, Contra Costa County, to visit Mrs. Hare's sister. E. E. Hall of Kings City is In Salinas on business and will remain several weeks. Sam Matthews left for his ranch near Kings City last Wednesday. O. D. Arnold and C. T. Rutherford of Soledad are here on business. Ex-Supervisor John Iverson is in Salinas on legal business this week. Miss Frances Lewis, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Joy, has returned to her home in San Francisco. Mrs. L. T. Brock and daughter, of Portland, Or., arrived in towu this weeK to join Dr. Brock, wuo is located here. Judge. M. T. Dooling of San Benito County, who has been presiding for Judge Dorn, left lor nis home the end ol last week. Miss Lola Gibson, who tas been visiting her sister. Miss Lillie Gibson, returned to San Lucas on Wednesday. John R Cross, general manager of the Sperry Flour Company, came down from San Francisco on business. 11. Lauriliiard is here from San Jose on legal business. Andrew Reld is in town from Oleto, having been summoned as a witness ia the Campos arson case. Santa Rosa. Senator Halloway of Cloverdale spent a few days In this city the latter part of the week. Judge J. M. Mannon of Ukiah was a well known visitor here Thursday. Mrs. S. J. Loucks, accompanied by her niece. Miss Laura Hutchinson, has returned from an extended visit to Fresno. Superintendent of Schools Carl H. Nielsen Is in Ukiah. William and G. __ Wallace are in San Fran cisco preparing for a trip to the Hawaiian islands. Miss Edith McDonald has returned from _ visit to Oakland. Colonel J. A. Hardin, accompanied by A. Riley Hardin, have gone to Nevada. Judge Albert G. Burnett spent this week in Ukiah. Henry Purrlngton of Massachusetts Is visit ing his brother, James Purrington of this city. Rev. W. D. P. Bliss of Boston is the guest of the Rev. and Mrs. James Cope of the Church of the Incarnation. Rev. _. P. Dennett spent the week in San Francisco. Ukiah. Hon. A. G. Burnettof Santa Rosa Is presiding in the local Superior Court on the trial of the Supervisors of this con ty for malfeasance In office, and Judge J. M. Mannon of this county has taken Judge Burnett's place In Santa Rosa during the pendency of the Supervisors' case. Ihe Covelo school closed on Friday and Abbe P. Scott, the vice-principal, returned to this city for the winter. Assemblyman J. B. Sanford, who has been teaching school at Point Arena during the summer, is in Ukiah on a visit, to spend the holidays with his family here. City Clerk W. E. Deering, who has been sick for some time, is on the streets again, greatly improved. Colonel Sam D. Paxton. a prominent Repub lican of this county and State, lies very ill at his rooms in this city. G. A. Keller, attendant at the Mendocino Asylum, left Ukiah to-day to visit San Fran cisco and the bay counties. Seymour Marks, manager and proprietor of the opera-house at this plac.', spent a week at Fort Bragg latterly and has now returned home. Glazier, who for some months has been et%aged in business at The Dalles, Or., has returned to Ukiub on a visit to his family! Ventura. Hon. Thomas O. Toland is in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bartlett returned Sunday morning from San Francisco. A. Pratt, reporter lor the Superior Court, has returned home from Mexico. James Reynolds of El Rio has gone to Inyo County. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bonestcl returned from San Francisco Tuesday morning. Dr. Cephas L. Bard was in Los Angeles dur ing the past week. Miss Nellie Newby passed the Thanksgiving holidays at home. Captain John Cross of Los Angeles was in this city during the past week. Hon. is. T. Black, State Superintendent of Schools, is here. Mrs. J. H. Herbst and daughter of nueneme returned home from San Francisco this week. Captain and Mrs. C. W. Metcalf of Santa Paula have gone to Wisconsin. W. EL Barnes, attorney, is in Fort Worth, Texas. v.Vy-" Mr. and Mrs. Seth Prudence, of Akron, Ohio, ore in Pleasant Valley. Miss Belle Mason of San Diego was here this week. Judge S. A. Shepherd of Nordhoff visited Ventura v.* A County Assessor James Donlon has returned from Los Angeles, H. Keyser of Los Angeles was here Friday. William Wagner has returned from Santa Barbara. c. W. Hlnchcliffe of Los Angeles was in thii city last week. Mis Ida Schiller of Fremontville is here. Miss Carrie Sheridan of St. Joseph, Mo., will j pass the winter here with relatives. Visaiia. David B. James of San Francisco has been visiting among his old friends here. Miss Lizzie McMurray of Stockton was visit ing relatives nero a few days ago. Mr->. A. H. Murray has returned from a visit of several months with relatives at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. S. Churchman of Sonoma County have come here to spend the winter with tneir son. Miss Myrtle Garrison of Fresno is visiting with her sister, Mrs. B. L. Hughes. Max Schulhofer, a business man of San Franilsco, has been here several days with a view of taking charge of the Palace Hotel. t Mr. and Mrs. John B. Knox of St. Louis are here for the purpose of spending the winter I months with friends. \ ' Gus Larsen left a few days since for his '*^ home in Norway. He will be gone scvij-fari months. Mrs. D. C. Sheppard has returned to her home at San Jose after visiting her brother and family. Ludlow Chambers is back again from a,' . visit of several days in San Francisco. «9 Woodlar\d. Mrs. Webb Curtiss visited Sacramento last , week. Ray Parramore was an arrival last Tuesday. Misses Mary and Agnes Bemmerly went to j Sacramento last week. W. E. Tufts has returned home. Ike Bedell has returned from Oakland. Mrs. Jennie Frazer is the guest of her i mother, Mrs. M. W. Lee. H. E. Coil and w.fe went to San Francisco Wednesday afternoon. Frank. Belew of Dixon was in the city last week. Mrs. Will Browning has returned from Sac ramento. E. I. Leake has returned to school at Santa Ciara. Miss Myrtle Gable returned to Berkeley Monday. Charles Nelson and wife returned from Sac ramento last week. Miss Kate Stephen is visiting in San Fran cisco. John Wolfskin and wife of Lis Angeles visited Woodland this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Curtaz are expected soon to arrive home from a bridal trip to Europe. E. J. DePue and H. W. Laugenour are up from San Francisco. Mrs. W. H. Dowd went to Sacramento this week. Thomas Dryden of Vacaville and Miss Mat tie Eddy of Madison were married in this city on Wednesday. The couple will reside in Vacaville. WatsorWille. Owen Tuttle is in Los Angeles on a visit id» his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Craig. }l_~ Harry E. Jones Is home from Arizona for ay visit. r Mrs. S. J. Kitzmiller of Soledad was here this wet k on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MPcnell. Misses Ethelbert Morey and Maud Hoff mann oi Santa Cruz were visiting here the lore pert of the week. Bishop Montgomery was the guest this week of Rev. Father Marron. G. B. FTetcher bas been at Madera this week on legal business. William Sanders of Eugene, Or., was here this week on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. J. Goldstone. Arthur Bagge was over from Santa Cms a few days this week. B. A. Osborn succeeded A. B. Hawkins as postmaster this week. ' Mrs. A. W. Hoffman is in Benicia on a visit to her parents. Rev. Mr. Ash and wife. Frank Gaffey, Will Gaffey, George Kennedy, R. Coward and A. W. Sylvia were home from Santa Clara College for Thanksgiving. Deputy County Clerk H. H. Miller and wile spent Thanksgiving here with his parents^ Mrs. A. M. Peterson of Santa Cruz was here the fore part of the week. B. F. Ward has returned to his home In lowa after a pleasant visit to his sister, Mrs. A. P. Roache. Arizona. PHOv.NiX, Dec. 3.— Hon. Thomas G. Norris of Prescotthas been in Phoenix for the last few days. Colonel William Herring of Tucson is a guest at the Adams Hotel in thin city. A. B. Richmond, superintendent of the big asphalt works on the island of Trinidad, is i registered at the Adams Hotel. > Professor James McNaughton, superintend^,^ entof the Territorial Normal Schoolat Tempe, , has been spending several days in Phcenix. Hon. and Mrs. G. W. Hull of Jerome have been guests at the Ford Hotel this week, en joying their honeymoon. Mrs. Hull was until veiy recently Miss M J. Barnoy. The clergymen of Phcenix have reorganized their association for the winter, with R.-v. Dr. Halsey as president, Rev. M. L. Weems as vice-president and Rev. Cal Ogburn as secre tary. Mrs. M. J. Aitken, assisted by her sister Mrs. A. A Johns, entertained very pleasantly a number of well-known society ladies in Phcenix, among whom were: Mesdames Mont P. Chubb, M. E. Morgan. S. U. Cake, C. B. Goodell, C. Scott. G. B. Vickers, B. Snider, B. Cox, R. Parker and J. F. Wilson and Miss Demars and Miss and Mrs. Howe. Miss Maud Dickinson of Fresno, Cal., is visiting with her sister at Williams, Mrs. J. C. Phelan. General W. O. O'Neil, Mayor of Pre-cott, In company with Gvvynne Denn.s of Chicago, whoso present headquarters are at Williams, have gone to Chicago on a brief errand in con nection, with the Grand Canyon Railroad pro ject N. K. Masten of San Francisco, president of the Maricopa and Phoenix and Salt River Valley Railroad, has been spending several days at Fortuna. in Yuma County, where his son Louis is gaining practical mining ex perience. NeW JMexico. Dr. W.-D. Cockerell left a few days ago for old Mexico, to reside there permanently. Mrs. T. C. Greening has gone to El Paso, to be absent for about a month. Sel Biboof Laguna has gone to New York. Colonel Alexander Bowie of Gallup has been in Alberquerque lor a few days during the week. Mrs. Arthur G. Wells and children have been} visiting friends in the city for the last fe \y_\ days. V c. W. Alexander has moved to Las Cruces./ Mrs. Thomas Midaley of Canada will spend the winter in Albuquerque with her brother R. D. Lusted. ' E. D. Sharpe of Aztec has been in town for the last few days. Governor Otero has gone on a trip to Wash ington. and Secretary Wallace is acting Gov ernor. \ y b John H. Clark of Las Vegas has gone to the southern part of the Terr. Judge F. A Hubbell of Pajaritawill move his famllv to Albuquerque some time next month, ana thereafter live in town.