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HONOR to two fair fiancees was the
motive of a charming luncheon
inner on Wednesday last.
Mrs. Eleanor Martin gave an
elaborate luncheon at the Univer
sity Club last Wednesday In honor of
Miss Genevieye Goad, who is to be mar
ried to her son, Andrew Martin. on Tues
day. The luncheon was served at three
tables. At the first, which was decor
ated with bridal white flowers, Mrs. Mar
tin presided, with Miss Goad on her right
hand and Miss Hattie Bell Goad, who is
to be the maid of honor, on her left. At
the second table, where the flowers were
rose pink, Mrs. Osgood Hooker presided,
and at the third was Mrs. Marion P.
The others present were Miss Ames,
Miss Genevieve Carolan, Miss Gertrude
Carroll, Miss Hortense Child*, Miss Mary
Crocker, MisS Caro Crockett, Miss Follis,
Miss Helen Hopkins, Miss Edna Hopkins,
Miss Jackson, Miss Mary Jolliffe. Miss
Ethel Keeney, Miss Fanny Loughbor
ough, Miss Josephine Loughborough,
Miss Edith Meßean. Miss Laura
McKinstry. Miss Rutherford. Miss Birdie
Rutherford, Miss Kate Salisbury, Miss
Margaret Salisbury, Miss S.chneely, ,Miss
Scott, Miss Carrie Taylor, Miss Eleanor
Terry, Miss Mary Thomas, Miss Helen
Thomas, Miss Beatrice Tobin and Miss
The Misses Fanny and Josephine
Loughborough gave a dinner party on
Wednesday iast at the residence of their
mother, on the corner of Franklin and
O'Farreil streets, in honor of Miss Salis
bury, whose engagement to A. D. Kayes
was recently announced. Those invited
to meet Miss Salisbury were Miss Gene
vieve Goad. Mrs. Russell (nee Welch),
Miss Ethel Hager, Miss Keyes, Miss
Olive Holbrook, A. D. Keyes. Mr. .Welch,
W. B. Sanborn, Maxwell McNutt, Walter
Martin, Fred W. McNear, Percy King,
Frank Goad and Bert Cadwalader.
The wedding of Miss Genevieve Goad to
Andrew Martin will take place at noon
on Tuesday. Walter Martin, brother of
the groom, will be the best man. and Miss
Hattie Bell Goad, cousin of the bride, will
V- the maid of honor. There will be no
bridesmaids. The ushers will be Peter D.
Martin. Edward M. Green-way, Frederick
W. McNear and Addis,:-. Mlzner.
The wedding of Miss Martha Bell
Mb. ion, daughter of Major John B. Mhoon
ut Oakland, and Frederic English Magee,
Eon of Thomas Magee of San Francisco,
will take place on Wednesday, October
11, at i o'clock, at Trinity Episcopal
Church in Oakland. Miss Amy Marguer
ite McKee will be maid of honor and Miss
Florence E. Dunham, Miss Florence B.
belby, Miss Garter and Miss Helen Boss
will be the uridesmaids. Walter Magee
will act as best man and the ushers will
bu - tnuel McKee Mhoon, Samuel Bell
McKee, Thomas Vail Bakewell, Sheffield
ghumnay Sanborn, Frank B. King and
Horace Herbst Miller. The wedding will
be a quiet one, only the relatives ar.amost
intimate friends being invited.
Announcement has been made of the en
g-agemer.t of Miss Caroline Bosqui to
<Jeorgo \V. Borrowe. Miss Boaqui 19 the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Bosqui. Mr. Borrow* Is the Bon of
Captain aud Mrs. William Borrowe of
bausalito. The wedding will take place
In the middle of October at the home of
the bride's parents in Ross Valley.
Announcement has been made of the en
gagement of Miss Elsie Hecht. daughter
ut Irs. Isaac Hecht, to lrwin J. Well,
ton of LfWls P. "Well.
•.. i Mrs. William Gerstle gave a
i.ini.er on Thuruday last at ihelr home in
bajj Rafael to a number at tnoir friends,
I : Morgan,
.'. : : ace Hecht,
■ . Mr. Una Mrs.
Man E. M. (jrtonway anC Wil-
Th» lit is announced of Miss
Ida DecKer, daughter oi Mr. and Jlrs. K.
-r of Jl7B Park avenue, and Alfri d
f \ ancouver, B. C Both are now
in Berlin. Miss Decker has a contralto
. ellent quality and two months
at to Uerlin to reside with reki
there and ttuuy music, liie an
. her engagement c
Bi :r.n. Mr. Berg ia a wholesale im
liquora at Vancouver. He met
ker during a visit she made to
,vi, Mrs. L. yon Hartmanu oi Van
Mr, and Mrs. Cohn of Canada announce
the engagement of their daughter Kiale
to Bam i- rank of this city.
Mrs. Hannah J-i<!;ts announces the en
fcdfceintiit of her daughter Elsie to Frei
Mr. and Mrs. W. Frese of Mill Valley,
Mann Count}', announce the engagement
of their du.ug.iter, Scnta Frese, to \\ LLUam
Hinrlchsen of Monterey, Mexico.
The dding of Miss Adelia F. Killer to
James J. Schmlt of this city is to take
idacc on Tuesday evening, September 20,
ut t>i!t> Eddy street.
Tins engagement is announced of The
rc-sa M. Solomon, daughter of Louis Solo
mon, to Moe L. Hartman. They will re
ceive Sunday, October i, from 2 to 5, at
the residence of A. Fisher. 54U McAllister
John Lawrence ■> wry and M. Alice
ill wen married at iiiyh noon
"U edn< sdaj .Bi pteml er 20, I <lence
of th< Mr. and Mrs. .1. P.
Mason, SOS <;i- The m.v
a of tin- brid< .
:.-. daughter of State Librarian
J. J.. Gillis. The groom's I si man ■
r of the i i Ide, John P. Mackall.
ipte recoil • >i man; band
some and valuable presents, and after
lunch rtarted on an extended tuur through
uthern part of the State.
On the night of Saturday, the 16th hist..
the cozy little I^rench church, Notre
Uaines '••■- Vlctoires; on Bush street, was
brilliantly Illuminated and the altar
pretty with decorations of flowers, while
i ho church was crowded. The occasion
was the marriage of Miss Charlotte,
daughter of Mr. and Airs. O. Fouchy of
]tj Putnam placo to Eustbe P., son of Mr.
«nd Mrs. Charles Lille of Bay and Web
ster streets. At half-past S o'clock the
organist Intoned a march and the wed
ding procession moved up the center aisle
to the altar. Master Louis Lille and Miss
Lucie Lacoste, each six years of uge, led
the way. Then came the bride, attired in
a handsome white silk, with long tulle
veil, orange blossoms in her hair and
carrying a bouquet of white blossoms.
The groom on the arm of his mother. H.
Berres, groomsman, and Miss Elolse
Quedeus, bridesmaid; John T. Lacoste
and Miss Irma Lille and E. Lartigue and
Miss Madelaine Murphy closed the bridal
After the ceremony and congratulations
the wedding party and invited guests re
turned to their carriages and were driven
to a rotisserte, where a diner de noce was
served to about sixty. After tho dinner
several hours were spent in music, song,
mirth and dancing. J. J. Applegate, an
old-time friend of the family of the
groom, delivered an address of congratu
lation, and* ho Was followed in the same
line by Hon. A. Goustiaux, the Consul for
Greece; Eugene Roblnet. G. Monnler, A.
Lacoste and several others. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lille. Mrs. J. Anglade, A. Lacoste,
A. Nodet and J. Milocq favored with vocal
selections, and Theodore Roussinet gave
a humorous recitation, after which It was
"on with the dance" until 1 o'clock in the
morning:. The newly wedded couple will
spend the honyemoon in Santa Clara Val
ley, and on returning will make this city,
where both were born, their home.
The following named were the invited
guests: Mr. and Mrs. G. Monnler, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Lacoste, Mr. and Mrs. J.
13ernou, Mr. and Mrs. J. Anglade, Mr. and
Mrs. Henri Pottot, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. A. Laeroix, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Debats, Mr. and Mrs. J. La
bataille. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilkinson,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Fouchy, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lille, Mrs. C. L.avergne, Mrs. E.
Saner Simon, Mrs. Harper Wilkinson,
Mr*;. E. Katz, Mrs. E. Grlnsingher,
Mrs. Mamie A. Sheehan, Misses Lucie La
coste, Emily Anglade, Helen Lavergne,
Elolse Quedons, Amelie Mathieu, C. Ran-
Bom, Blanche Mathieu, lrma Liile, Made
laine Murphy, Josephine Desprey, Mamie
Welch and Miss Wilkinson; J. J. Apple
gate. Sheriff Henry S. Martin, Hon. A.
Goustiaux, P. Triech, Louis Henry L
RoElgnol, E. Gresirgher, E. Blanquie, J.
T. I.ac.iste. Theodore Roussinet. L. J.
Masson, Henry gerres, J. J. Holland
James F. Sheehan, W. E. Kimball Nar-
Clsse Simon. E. T.artique, E. Robinet, J.
Mllocij, Alcide Fouchy, A. Thierry F
Laesere, o. Nodet. I/juls Thibault and
The marriage of Miss Hattl© Kron,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kron, and Mr.
Shwarz of Napa, took place at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, 903 McAl
lister street on Sunday evening, Sep
The marriage ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Jacob Nleto. The parlors
were handsomely decorated with roses,
ferns and similax. After the ceremony
guests marched to the banquet room,
where an elegant dinner was served.
Speech making and toasts were the order
of the evening. Numerous telegrams
w< re read from friends residing in this
City and the interior.
After dinner the guests returned to the
parlors, where dancing was enjoyed un
til midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Shwarz were
the recipients of a great many elegant
and costly presents. The young couple
have left for an extended' trip to the
southern part of the State, and afrer
their return will make their home at
Third and School streets, Napa, where
they will be pleased to receive their
The Misses May and Anna Shean gave
a most delightful reception at their home
last Thursday evening. The guests were
er.tertained in the reception 100 ms with
vocal and Instrumental music till half-
past 10, when refreshments were served I
in the dining-room. Covers were laid for |
twenty-two. Much amusement was de
rived from the favors received, after
which the guests repaired to the bal'
room, where dancing was indulged in till I
a late hour. Those present were Captain
Beely, Lieutenant McGurren, Lieutenant •
Goodoll, Lieutenant Potty, Sergeant Tur- I
tin. Mr. Dietrich of Menlo Park, Mr. and |
Mrs. William Ackerson, Mr. and Mrs. |
Thomas Curley, Mr. and Mrs. James E. |
Shears. Misses Nonie and Dollie Jen- |
nings, Miss Ulmer, Misses May. Anna ,
and Grace Shean, Messrs. Joe Brondens,
William F., Jarr.es and Frank Shean,
Mf. and Mrs. M. D. McLaughlin of 572 I
Minna street entertained a number < t
their friends in the First California
Volunteers on last Tuesday evening. The
residence was handsomely decorated with
American Hags and cut flowers. Dancing, j
music and games were enjoyed during J
the evening, and at 12 o'clock supper wis I
served. Every one was presented wit.i
an American flag.
Miss Oeraldine Scupham gave a delight
ful moonlight drive in Oakland on Thurs
day evening last to a few of her friends,
after which the whole party was enter
tained by Mrs. John Charles Adams (nee
A delicious supper was served under
rose-colored canaelabra, and the beauti
ful grounds of the old Adams homestead
were artistically lighted with Japanese
lanterns for the occasion.
A very pleasant gathering of the friends
and acquaintances of Mrs. Carrie S. Rob
inson assembled at her residence. 518 Ellis
street, on last Wednesday evening, their
object being to congratulate the lady on
her birthday anniversary. The evening
was spent In parlor amusements, games,
singing and recitations, after which a
sumptuous repast was served.
Mr. and Mrs. James Jordan celebrated
the tenth anniversary of their wedding
at their residence, 530 Castro street, on
Saturday evening. September 2. The I
house was beautifully decorated for the '
occasion. Dancing was in order until mid- '
night, when th© guests repaired to the
dining room, where an excellent supper
was prepared for them. After supper
dancing was again resumed and kept up I
till morning. The following were the
guests present: Mr. and Mrs. J. Fowzer
Mr. and Mrs. T. Millar, Mr. and Mrs'
H. V. Wniiston, Mr. and Mrs. P. F Zarn
mitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schutte, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. C O
Hermann, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Luth Mr
and Mrs. D. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs J
Langmark Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Thomas',
Mrs. R. E. ■ Cole. Mrs. Berlin, Mrs. E
Hoff Buckley. Miss Katie Bchofleld, Miss
Toland, Miss Frankie Donohue, Mlbb
Sarah Donohue, Miss Ada Slink, Miss
Mollie Ryan, Miss Ella Murray. Miss An
nie Murray, Miss Tlllotelle Berlin. Miss
M. McGlllan, Miss A. McGlllan. Miss Ella
Thomas, Miss Hannah Llnehan, Miss
May McMahon. Miss Maggie Baldwin
Miss Blanche Baldwin, Mies Katie Bald
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1899.
win. Miss Marie Hermann, J- A. Sulli
van F. J. Sullivan, F. J. O'Neill, p.
O'Neill C. O'Neill. Florrie O'Neill, John
O'Neill. Eugene O'Neill, Thomas Bree,
Mr O'Day, Mr. Beasley, T. rF. Killeen,
G. Bauer. J. L. Cahill. F. .Graves. Mr.
Brown, Ed Murphy, G. Berlin and R.
Mr. "and .Mrs.. Jordan, were ithe; recip-
Mr. arid Mrs. Jordan were the redp- !
ients of a» large number of valuable pres
ents suitable to the occasion. '
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. ., J. W.
Newbert, 318 Noe street, was the scene
of much enjoyment and mirth Saturday
evening, September 2, the occasion being
a reception tendered their son, Sergeant
F. W. Newbert, who has just returned
from the Philippines with the First Cali- ,
fornia Volunteers. The dancing- hall,
where dancing, recitations and songs |
were participated in, was beautifully dec
orated with the national colors; smilax
and rare exotics. The same effect was
carried out in the parlors and dining
room. Supper was served at midnight
and the jollification continued till dawn.
The Cakewalk was one of the features
of the evening and created great merri- :
ment. Professor G. Puckett and Miss L.
Newbert carried off the cake. The grand
friareh was led by Sergeant Newbert and
Mrs. J. Hayes. Sergeant Newbert was
the recipient of many beautiful presents.
Mips Gertruu-2 Bauer celebrated 'he
eighteenth anniversary of her birthday
by a party at her parents' residence, 41.';. ;
Seventeenth street, Monday, .September
IS. The parlors for the occasion were ar
tistically decorated. There ; was a largo !
number of the young lady's friends pres
ent. An hour of singing and dancing was
enjoyed, after which there was a sump
tuous supper. Miss Bauer was the recip
ient of many presents. .Among those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bauer. Dr.
and Mrs. F. Kemp Van Ee. Mr. and Mrs.
Hesthall, Mrs. Westerfeld. Mr. and Mrs.
Kllng, Miss Weaterfeld, Miss Nordman.
Miss Maas. Miss Sahl, Miss Boyl. Paul
Westerfeld, W. Kuss, C. Spect. C. B.il
gerenl. W. Kuss. Dr. Botsford. H. Busse.
May and Paula Bauer and many others.
On Saturday evening, September 16, at
the home of S. Sullivan, 718 Broadway, a
reception was tendered James Reiily of
Company A. First California Volunteers.
A very enjoyable evening was spent in
speechmakingr. feasting, singing and danc
ing and games. After the introductory
speech by S. Sullivan, William Anton
vich responded to the "Irish Race" and
Miss G. Kerrigan "The Fighting First."
A flashlight picture was taken by William
Watkins. Among those present --were:
Mrs. Sullivan. Miss K. Sullivan. Miss
Burke. Miss Fleming, the Misses Bheean,
the Misses Silva. Miss A. Peterson, Miss
Tasto. Mrs. Tasto. Miss Reardon, Miss
McAndrews. Miss McTahan, Mrs. Godkin,
Miss Quirk, the Misses Broderick, Miss
Smith, the Misses Powell, Mrs. Jones,
Mrs. J. Tavin. Miss O'Neil, Miss Wedel, !
Miss Werner, Miss IJnwaU, Mrs. J. Hale, I
Rose OTonnPll. Mlps Farn Kruer,
Miss Levy, Mrs. Levenburgr. Miss Kerri
gan, Mrs. Connlff, James Roilly, S. Sulll
van, William Watklns. R. Watkins. B.
Mullin, R. Sullivan, William Antonvlch,
Al Cristenson, M. Donigan, D. Sullivan,
H. Hunt, E<l Linwall, Mr. Zlpnel, J. Mo-
Nulty. F. Kunig, Al McCarly, William
Cunningham, C. Welskow, A. Gloria, P.
Quirk, J. Quirk, J. Hearty, T. Hearty, Ed
Mullenbv, >lr. Tevenburg, F. Bartrnan, P.
Murray. F. McEvoy, G. First, J. Murphy,
B. Jackman. M. White, T. Burke. William
Burke, J. Manning, Mr. Cooney. B. Bive
?ey. F. Zunel, F. McCloskey. Mr. Bow
man, M. Cross, C. Scheblc, M. Sherlock,
J. Favin, J. Hale. G. Barde. B. Donri
van, S. Campondieo, M. McGowan, H.
Meyers, A. Salvador, Steve Sullivan, F.
Ir) the Future.
The members of the N. S. L. K. 10.
have Issued Invitations for their tenth an
nual reception, to take place next Tues
day evening, September 26, at Cotillion
"The Cotillon Club of "99" announce
the opening assembly and german of
their third season, to be held at Shermnn
& Clay's Hall, Friday evening, October 6.
Among those sailing on the steamship
Australia for" Honolulu on Wednesday,
September 20, were: Mrs. L. Andrews, G.
H. Angus, Miss M. Angus. William Arm
strong, Captain E. F. Cameron and wife,
E. J. Cotton and wife, Frank Curtis, Mlsa
Rose Daly, Miss A. S. Eckfeldt, W.
Forbes. F. W. Graham, William Green. J.
I. Grove, Robert Harker, Mrs. G. A. Hen
dricks. Charles Johnson/ E. A. Johnson,
Mrs. M. Kennedy, Hiram Kiley. J. L. Kil
worth and wife, S. W. Lederer, Mrs. W.
T. Lucas, Mrs. D. Maclean, Captain Wil
liam Matson. R. S. Moore, James O'Neil,
M. M. O'Shaugnessy. R. M. Overend and
wife. J. R. Parker, wife and two children;
R. T. Peel. N. 8. Sachs and wife, Mrs. H
Schou, Mrs. I. Seyde and child. Miss M. B.
Shaw. Miss Sheridan. Miss Gale Sheridan
H. F. Sturtevant, D. J. Styne. Miss J.
Tanner, J, B. Travelle. Mrs. Paul de la
Vergne. Mrs. R. A. Wellman, Miss Well
man, Miss E. Wellman. G. P. Wilder, C.
W. Yolland, wife and child.
■ . I — .
Most milliners make money mercen
alrly. Madame makes millinery more
merrily, many more majestically move,
many more materially minded Miss.
Madame manufactures more millinery
makes many more meritorious modes'
mixes many more materials modestly,
makes many mothers more magnificent,
make;" men's money more materialize
makes many maids minus millions more
model, modern, munificent, millinery
manage than all the other milliners put
MME. ALMA E. KEITH.
808 Market Street, Phelan Building. ♦
Dr. Joseph G. Tompkins and wife leave
on Tuesday morning for New York, where
they will visit the hospitals for a few
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ayres of 899
Noe street, who have been traveling in the
East for the past six months, will return
to San Francisco the last of the present
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Warwick left on
Wednesday for New York City, where
they will make their future home, Mr.
Warwick being engaged with his father
as the Eastern representative of Beverai
large California vineyards. .
Mr. and Mrs. Adol'ph Kutner have re
turned from their trip abroad and will r>e
pleased to Bee their friends at the Gran
Clarence F. Manon has returned from
Mount St. Helena, where he has been a
guest for the past two weeks of Mrs. A.
Chiles and daughter at their country
The first anniversary ball to be given
by the Verein Elntracht Turn SchwePtern
will take place this evening at Elntracht
Hall. 237 Twelfth street. _. .
The ladies of Emmanuel Baptist Church,
on Bartlett street, near Twenty-third, in
tend holding a "patriotic bazaar' in their
church parlors on the afternoons and
evenings of October 25, 26 ajid 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McGibben have
returned from the East after a tour of
four months, during which they visited
Chicago. New York and Saratoga Springs.
Miss Rose Henley and Mipb Gertie
Smith returned from SacraTnento a'ter
spending two weeks at the State Fair.
They were chaperoned by Mrs. E. Eldred.
Mrs. J. I. Bornemann left for the East
Friday night, to be absent two or three
months visiting relatives in Bethlehem.
Pa.. Washington, D. C. and other Eastern
Mrs. M. G. Willard and daughter of Los
Angeles are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George 11. Lee. 3000 Golden Gate
avenue, corner of Lagur.a street.
Dr. Henry Abrahm left last Wednes
day night for an extended trip abroad,
which Will include London. Paris. Berlin
The past week has been a very busy
one in Los Angeles society circles and
not a day passed without some society
event of note. The chief factor of amuse
ment, however, was the benefit perform
ance tendered Battery D at the Orpheum
on Friday afternoon.
Under the chaperonage of Mrs. H. M.
Sale the Misses Marguerite Moore, Chris
tine Kurtz. Harriet Milner, Fanny Lan
gue, Katherine Kemper, Gertrude Mason,
Mary Darling, Ncra Steny, Jane Bryant,
Anna Higgins, Daisy Cross, Rose Hun
saker, Maude Tnnner, Lila Simmons,
Mary Babcock and Florence Silent sold
programme- and buutonnieres in thf beau
tifully decorated lobby. The whole house
prrspntfcd a mest brilliant appearance and
was decorated with the national colors in
flowers, ribbons and bunting. Society
turned out en maEPu to help swell the
fund for welcoming our returning heroes.
Among prominent society persons noticed
in the audience were:
In the war board box— General and Mr*.
Otis. Mr. and Mr?. J. R. Newberry, and
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Slauson.
In the bankers' box— Miss Freda Hell
man and friends.
In tliv San Gabriel box— Mrs. Granville
MacGowan, Mrs. A. C. Balch, Mrs. W. E.
Dunn. Mrs. J. Bowers. Mrs. W. G. Porter
; and Mrs. \\\ T. Bishop.
In the Times box— Miss Clara Cnandler
! and the children of H. Chandler.
In the Westminster Hotel box— Mrs. O.
T. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Flint Jr.,
Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Miss Harriet John
son and Mrs. A. M. Shields of San Fran
In the Los Angeles and Pasadena Elec
tric Railway box— Mrs. G. Tomlinson.
! Mrs. Herman Hitt, Mrs. W. A. Smith,
Miss Grrta Hatch. Mies Fannie Lockhart
I and Milton Hammond.
In the Anif-ricus Club box— Prominent
i members of the organization.
In the Blinn and Stimson box— Mrs. L.
'W. Blinn. Miss Willard Stimson, Mrs.
; Irving L. Blinn and Miss G. T. Gay.
In the Newman Club box— Count Bo
zenta. Senator Del Valle, Dr. Maynard.
| I. B. Dockweller. J. C. Kays, L. A. Grant
and Josrph Scott.
In the Los Angeles Lighting Company's
box— W. C. Cline, Judge Cheney, Judge
Van Dyke, R. M. Adams, S. W. 'Garret
son and M. H. Burns.
In the orchestra chairs were promi
-1 nently noticed— Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
I Childs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Silver. Mr.
and ilrs. F. W. Braun, Judge Owens,
Captain Cressey, Mrs. M. H. Newmark,
Mrs. E. F. C. Klokke and Miss May
Klokke, Mrs. J. W. A. Off, Miss Grace
Lankershlm, Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Frank.
Miss Marie Gordon, Mrs. S. Hellman and
the Misses Hortense and Camille Hell
man, Mrs. J. Barnueh, Mrs. H. Newmark,
! Mrs. J. P. Newmark and Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Stewart.
Miss Carrie Davis and Durward Starr
Griffin were married on Tuesday evening
at the residence of the bride's mother in
South Flower street. Only the relatives
; cf th© bride and groom and a few mi
i timate friends were present. Mr. and Mrs.
'■ Griflin left immediately after the cere
mony for the Grand Canyon of the Col
' orado, where they will spend some time.
; going from there for an extended trip
through the Northern States. Upon their
j return to California they will reside in
; Newberry, where Mr. Griffin Is consid
ered one of the most prominent young
men of the locality.
Miss Laura Works gave a dancing party
on Thursday evening at Casa de Rosas in
I honor of her house guests, the Misses
Katherine Hearne and Stella Klauber of
San Diego. About fifty guests were pres
Mrs. William Pridham gave a delightful
luncheon at the Redondu Hotel in honor
of MiS3 Ethel Valentine. The other guests
were: Mrs. J. W. Bowers, Mrs. Camp
bell-Johnson, Misses May Sterling, C lara
Carpenter, Angelyn Benton, May Ridg
way, Marita Seymour, McNab, Sargent
Mr?. J. H. Humphreys and son have re
turned from Long Beach.
George E. Place has returned from the
Mojave and vicinity, where he went on
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Patterson and
daughter. Miss Ida Patterson, have gone
to Columbus, Ohio, to visit friends. They
expect to be gone about two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schumacher have
returned to Los Angeles after having
spent the summer a.t their cottage in
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown have returned
from Abilene, Kan., where they have been
visiting friends for the past month.
Mrs. George W. North, daughter Miss
Helen and son Edmunds have gone to
Palo Alto, where the two latter will en
ter Stanford University. Mrs. North ex
pects to remain for the winter.
Judge Gardner and family, who have
been at Santa Monica during the sum
mer, have returned to Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haines have re
turned from Terminal Island.
Miss Eva Alexander is In San Fran
cisco visiting- relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Summer have re
turned from "Rudder Grange," their cot
tage at Terminal Island.
Preston Forrester has gone to Coronado
for a week.
Mr. Ganz, the Mayor of Phoenix, AHz.,
who spent the summer at Santa Monica,
has returned to his home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schwartz and daugh
ters have returned to Los Angeles after
having passed several weeks at Santa
W. F. Burbank is at Santa Monica for
a few weeks.
Dr. George L. Cole has returned from
Europe, where he has been sojourning
for several months.
Edward S. Warren has returned from
the East, where during his vacation he
visited New York, Boston and Washing
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bishop have re
turned from their summer outing at
Willis Ames, manager of the California
Ladies' Quartet, has returned from the
Miss Genevieve Smith and Miss Kath
erine Landt, who have been visiting their
friend, Mrs. John Gay, in San Diego,
have returned to Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Binford are spend
ing several weeks at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Rule have gone
to San Francisco for a short stay.
Mrs. F. H. Pattee and Miss Eleanor
Pattee have gone to Europe. They ex
pect to remain about a year.
Mr. and Mrs-:. S. Nordlinger are in New
York for several weeks.
Mrs. J. W. Bowers of San Francisco Is
at Bellevue Terrace for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cates Jr. have gone
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell have re
turned from Bear Valley, where they
spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Davis have re
turned from the north, where they spent
several weeks in San Francisco, Del
Monte and Monterey.
Mayor Kingman and wife of Riverside
have returned to their home after having
spent the summer in Los Angeles.
Mrs. C. F. Saunders and Miss Grac^
Saunders are at the Hotel Catalina, after
having spent several weeks at the coast.
Miss Belle Beatty of Oakland la the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Kerr. She
expects to remain in Los Angeles for a
H. W. Hellman and family have re
turned from Alhambra, where they spent
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reusch and child
have returned to their home in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Warner and daugh
ter. Miss Edith Warner, have returned
from Catalina, where they spent the sum-
Dr. and Mrs. Klrkpatrick have returned
from Terminal Island.
Miss Eva Bond of Toledo, O. t is the
guest of Mrs. J. W. A. Off.
Miss Gertrude Fairbanks, who has been
visiting friends in San Diego, has returned
to her home.
Colonel John R. Berry has returned
from the north, where he spent three
w< i ks.
Miss Helen Judson was the guest of
Mrs. C. F. Winters at Alpine Tavern dur
ing the pnst week.
H. B. Ashley, wife and son. L. L. Ash
ley, have returned from a pleasant so
journ at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Baker, who have
been visiting in Los Angeles for several
weeks, have returned to San Diego.
Dr. and Mrs. Kurtz and family have re
turned from Santa Monica.
Mrs. M. E. Griswold has gone to Coro
nado for a short visit. - .«.
Mrs. H. V. Carter, son and daughter
have returned from Canada, where they
spent the summer.
Mrs. Milo Tucker, who has been visiting
Mrs. J. W. Rlley in Riverside, has re
turned to Los Angeles, bringing with her
Mrs. Riley. who will remain here for a
few days as her guest.
Edwin Bodman. who. has been spending
the summer with his parents, has re
turned to Philadelphia, where he will re
sume his studies in the medical college.
Mrs. B. Lauchman announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Miss Eva
Lauchman, to Gus Goldsmith.
Senator Del Valle and Colonel J. W.
Mitchell have returned from the Senator's
ranch in Ventura County, where they had
an enjoyable outing of a week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Christopher are In
San Francisco for a few days.
Mrs. B. I.achman announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Miss Eva, to
Mr. Gua Goldsmith of Los Angeles. They
will receive their friends Sunday. Sep
tember 24, at 1022 South Figueroa street.
At the Resorts.
BYRON HOT SPRINGS— The following
guests have registered here during the
past week: B. Butieriely, A. Adelstein,
Patrick Lonchor, J. B. Layng and wife,
Mrs. A. J. Strive, John Corrall, Charles
Thompson, W. G. Goodman, Edward
Clark, Frank L. Triest, R. Monro, J. Sui
llvan, J. Sarthon, Mrs. C. Callahan. Mrs.
M. Demartini, Jnmes Monohan, Edward
Rogers. C. Ramband, A. B. Arnold and
Charles Becker, Suisun; Mrs. C. W. Sand
strom and Mrs. P. Bowers, Stockton; E.
O. Slakery. Merced: D. "W. Staley, Sid
ney, Or.; Mrs. W. B. Goodman, Isleton;
Otto Peterson. Miss Ethel Reier. Mrs. H.
Hayman, V. Merango, P. Cavallairo and
wife and E. Gerichten, Portland, Or.;
George Hansen, Berkeley; Mrs. F. This
by and Ambrose Maungo and wife, So
noma; A. A. Brown. Hugh Lonohor, John
G. Blair, Phil E. Goslinsky, Miss Josie
Strive, D. H. Boyle. Charles F. Pracht
and wife. Mrs. J. Morton, Fred Lind
strom, T. C. Ragsdale, Mrs. M. Cline
Madams Neerjaard, pupil of St. Gerualn,
■clenUflc palmist; reading:, by mall, Jl; office
hours 1 to 8 p. xa. SIS Geary St.. above Jones;
A close inspection of our show-windows will prove the
exceptional value of these goods at the prices quoted.
EXTRA SPECIAL— I case 47-in. all pure wool English
Storm Serge, at 60c per yard.. v
NEW COLORED DRESS GOODS -46-inch French
Novelty Camels' Hair Plaids, stylish designs, at
/ $1.25 per yard.
Iff PIECES HE AW TABLE DAMASK- 72
Inches wide; new patterns in white and cream; special
at 60c per yard.
LADIES' TAILOR-TWADE SUITS-In fine Import-
ed black cheviot; new style of Jackets, lined with
taffeta silk and elegantly finished with four rows of
stitching; tunic skirts to match Jackets; at $35.00
LADIES* HANDKERCHIEFS- 150 dozen Ladies*
White Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Thesa
goods are of fine quality, and will be found a special
> bargain at 5c each.
• 150 dozen Ladies' Sheer Lawn Hemstitched Initial
i Handkerchiefs, with lace and embroidered corners*
also a special bargain at 5c each.
(MIF Murphy Bulldfngv /
Cor. Market, Jones and McAllister Sts,
Fred C Burßdorfer, B. Sarthon and Miss
Carrie Callahan, San Francisco; Paul De
martin!, Redwood City; John Junoy, A.
J. Broekington, Grass Valley; Julie Py,
Uvennore: L F. Shelly^ A. Bowers. Mrs.
Frank Moffatt and B. F. Hormung, Oak
land; F. Trigeiro. Marysville; A. Meringo
and wife and M. Cinnato, Sonora; Mrs.
James Smith. Sacramento.
PARAISO SPRINGS— Following are the
arrivals for the past week at the springs:
Charles Fredericks. L. R. Ellert, g Pon
ton de Aree, P. L. Butler, Miss Ajinie
Ackermann. P. Crowley, Knut Jernberg.
Mr. Irwin San Francisco; J. R. Johnson
Oakland; W. D. Parker San Jose; Charles
Demange Jr., Charles Demange ?r. Sole
dad; Mrs. C. W. Dana. Miss Sela Dana,
San Lais Obispo; Mr. Dond. Alias Dond,
Miss Pardee. Monterey; John T. Porter,
Pajaro; M. de Ixmg, Happy Valley.
GILROY HOT SPRINGS— The following
guests have registered at Gilroy Hot
Springs during the past week: Frank J.
Veen, W. G. Wreden and wife it.. H.
Goetze and wife, H. Hnrman and wife,
Mr and Mrs. N. Aman and child. A. M.
Goodrich, John T. Wilkins Amos R.
Thompson. Mrs. A. E. Armstrong, Miss
Vivian Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Lilli. Mr. and Mrs. Anglade, Miss Amelia
Anglade. San Francisco; H. M. McCabe,
P. Cros, San Jose: G. W. Hagemann, Bells
Station Miss Mary K. Kellv, Mrs. J. B.
Bheely, Mateo Lettunich and wife, «at
sonville; E. D. Crawford Gilroy; AMUiam
"Walker, Joseph Princevalle. Santa Cruz,
Charles Poliard. Boulder Creek; Arthur
H. Morrison, Alameda,
HIGHLAND SPRINGS-Late arrivals
at Highland Springs include: D. Becker,
the Misses Becker. L. V. Peterson. J. J.
Collins and wife. A. J. Donzel. Mrs. John
Sloan, J. R. Sloan and wife, August
Wei he. Miles Wallace, S. S. Fellows, Mrs.
S G. Gale Jr., Miss L. M. Osborne, Ed
word McGrath, A. Hammerslag, A. Sil
verberg, C. B. Sloan. Mrs. E. 14. Block,
Mr? J. L. Bradbury. San Francisco; Miss
A. Blake. Miss E. Pomeroy, Max Schultze.
A L- Merriman and wife, John S. Maxwell
and wife, Edward Welti, H. E. Jeffrey.
R Bahls, W. E. Dean. Milton G. Per
kins T,. Williams. Charles Wagner, A. B.
Champion. Oakland; S. T. McElroy, Seat
tle 1 William McCann and wife, Dixon; S.
J Maggetti. Marshalls; W. A. Clinch,
Grass Valley; P. S. Teller and wife, Ala
i Gray ;
: Restored Hr 11 :
1 without ' 1
1 the use of a dye. and without 1
1 I the slightest Inconvenience. - ,N
c YV^?^^ffi IfuClx !;
MRS. NLTTIE HARRISON'S purchase **£ I 1
LATFST TORTRAIT bottle of Mrs. (J
V ' Nettle)
Harrison's 4-day Hair Restorer a single I
1 treatment will be given FREE. One treat- i,
/ ment is sufficient to give the hair Its nat- i,
ural color. ■ ■ '
!"^ 4-DAY HAIR RESTORER -/,
', is not a dye, leaves no sediment or stick!- '1
I ness, and can be used without fear of 1
i' after effects. It Is cleanly to use and re- (
1 1 stores gray or faded hair to its natural (
' color and gives it the brilliancy and luster (
of youth. One dollar a bottle. /
> LOLA MONTEZ CREME %*<?&£* !|
\ builder and beautlfler. My own clear 1 1
1 complexion and healthy skin is due to it« I
1 use. 75 cents. I
1 FREE TRIAL POT. |.
Ladies out of town sending this ad and 1
10c in stamps will receive my book of In- 1
structions and a trial pot of Lola Montez <
Creme and a box of face powder free. 1
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR \,
Permanently destroyed by the Electric 1
Needle as operated by me. ■ 1
I MRS. NETTIE HARRISON j!
, DERMATOLOGIST, ,'
1 40-42 Gsary St. San Francisco. \
J_j — _, — _ — , ,-,-„-,-,«- -.- --- - - -L-n-u-LO.n.n.nJ
The gj£t Hotels
The covered passageway connecting these
two immense structures places under one
management 1400 rooms, more than half of
which have baths attached. ■ ■
Those who appreciate exclusive clientele,
perfection in cooking, efficient service, and
close proximity to business and amusement
centers can obtain these requirements here.
European plan, $1.00 up. American plan,
J3.00 up. John C. Kirkpatrick,
■ ■ Manager.
During Your Vacation.
Subscribers to "The Call" visiting ths
country, seaside or springs during the Sum-
mer months can have "The Call" sent to them
for a week or , longer by prepaying - for san»
"at the Business Office or by order through
carrier. \ ..- r'-h~j.
15 Cents ...........:.per Week
65 Cents ............pep Month
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
YOUR SUMMER OUTING.
Health are I Hotel
and assured I del
Pleasure at j Coronado
Bend for Pamphlets, Terms, Eta.
Reduced Summer Rates now In Effect.
Apply at 4 New Montgomery st., 8. F.
For grand scenery, invigorating
climate, health-giving waters and
good living spend a while at /Etna.
Rates. $10 to $14 per week; S. P. to St. He-
lena at 7 a. m. or 4 p. m. private rig to
springs; round trip. $7. Apply W. L. MITCH-
ELL, Aetna Springs, Napa Co., or 3. H. SIMP-
EON, I. O. O. F. building, San Francisco.
For the relief and cure of Rheumatism,
Gout, Diabetes, Brights and other renal
complaints, Asthma, Obesity and Chron-
For further information address
J. PERRAULT, M.D.,
PAR AISO SPRINGS.
Or office, city, No. 336 Sutter st.
1 HOT SPRINGS
SONOMA COUNTY; ONLY i\i HOURB
from San Francisco and but 9 miles' stag-
ing; waters 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-
graph, dally mail and express: FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL AND STAGE SERVICE: morning and
afternoon stages; round trip from San Fran-
cisco only $3 50. Take Tlburon ferry at 7:30
a. m. or 3:30 p. m. Terms, $2 a day or $12 a
week. References, any guest of the past four
years. Patronage constantly increasing— last
year unprecedented. J. F. MULGREW, Prop.
'THE best Deer Hunting, Mineral "Water*.
■ Baths and accommodations in Lake Coun-
ty can be had at Highland Springs.
Fall terms, $10 to $12 per week. Come white
the hunting is good. J. CRAIG. Manager.
A Charming Spat to Visit This Summer.
BOATS FREE TO GUESTS. FINE FISH-
Ini». 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, no poison oak, no pests,
and pure air and pure water. Address MRS.
H. M. CLEMONS. Independence Lake.
Go to BYRON HOT SPRINGS.
The Hot Mineral Bat. is will cure your
• Rheumatism. Address A. BETTENS, at
springs, or call on LOMBARD & CO.,
agents, room 30. 22^j;_Oeary st.
FINEST HUNTING AND FISHING ON THE
Truckee River; pleasant sunny rooms, good
boating on lake; boats free to guests, prices
reasonable. $S to $10 per week; special rates for
families. .W. J. McDONALD. Manager.
LAKE AND HOTEL.
CLIMATE. SCENERY. ENTERTAINMENT:
none better in Lake Co.; gas indoors and
out. " H. WAMBOLD.
NAPA SODA SPRINGS.
T«'° TRAINS DAILY. 7:30 A. M. AND 4 P.
* *"v ™ e « s fain at Napa City. AN-
DREW JACKSjON^Napa Soda Spring! P. O.
HOTEL SANTA CRUZ. Santa Cruz, Cal.
First-class . Family and Commercial Hotel.
1 his 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. :
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