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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. • I TO GREATNESS IS TO BE ,^oo^^ I I S C: ' HONEST I I j^^^-SS, 435,437 Montgomery Street, Corner Sacramento. | TICKET AGENTS SURPRISED AGAIN. Another Protest Sent in to the Southern Pacific Company. E"j:ceLt Engineers Appointed— Eanch Transfer— lneretn of Land Sales-Eqnali zition of Mileage. The members of the local Agents' Association were greatly surprised yesterday when it was announced that the order from the Southern Pacific Company issued sev eral months since, but rescinded, and re stricting the sale of tickets, had been re issued from the office of the General Fass enser Agent of the company. The order referred to was rescinded when tne late agreement was entered . into by the ticket agent?, and its reissmnce is looked upon by the association as an _ admission on the part of the Southern Pacific Company that the late contract is no longer binding. A meeting of the gen eral agents of all the Eastern railroads ■ represented in San Francisco was held yes terday...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL na» a lure" circulation than any other "■".'-£,? p»blUh g t IB San Francisco., ;; PUBLICATION O.FICE : B26 Montgomery street, near (Hay, open until 11 ov?o*t ■ ■ m. BKASCH OFFICES: 710 Market „„,,, near Kcarny. open until IS o'clock mldnleht; *'■■'„ ii ■-„ street, open until 9:::0 o'clock; «03 Larklii street, open until 9:80 o'clock; 2318 Mission ■ street, open. imtil 9 o'clock p. m., ami 11« Ninth street, open until 9:30 r. h. HIAIUKK PREDICTIONS. SZOXAX SKRVTCF. V. S. Ann?.) Division* ok tiik Pacific, >• San Francisco, Not. 8, 1890—6 r. M.J r^tio; - ; * for the I*. st Twenty-four Hours.. Tbe barometer lias risen in all districts, especially Northern California and Nevada. It Is talgliost in vteßtern Oregon and lowest in Southern California. Toe temperature has generally risen In all districts except .Arizona. Haiti baa fallen la Arizona, Oregon aud Washington; fair weather has prevailed else where. The fallowing rainfalls have been reported In the past twenty...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

CITY V.V.M. ESTATE. i| TTo -„/| HATES ST.. NEAR DEVISADERO: SoOUU. elegant new bay-window residence of ..,,,„:,.. tad batli: brick toundations: stone walk, etc • lot "-5X137:6. G. 11. UMBSEN * CO., 14 M,,',; i .,,ii.tn st. noil I'll i'h „,,n( i n GREENWICH ST., MAR LAGINA: •S^Ov/U. new l i -window house of 4 rooms and bath: lauuilry, etc.; brick foundations: lot 2&x 137 .-6. G. H. LMI.M-N A CO., 11 Montgomery street. no 9 SnTulh3t - IUI H OAK ST., NEAR LYON: IiAY-WIN- 'v'U. ilo« cottage ol 5 rooms and bath: laundir: l.rick loundations, etc.: lot 25x110. G.H. I MI'SEX A CO.. _ Montgomery st. noi* spTtiTh 31 „j-iii| IAKKI.R AYE., NEAR GEARY; ,_ _ 4 l.'v/. new bay-window house of 5 roasts and 7. 1 1 : ; brick foundations, etc.: lot 25x125. G. H. i M i siN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. noB Bu i urii '.it _Qonn NATOMA ST., NEAR NEW MONT- poniery: 2-story house in 2 Bats of 4 rooms each, and lot 20x70; reuts $25. <;. H. IMB- tKN .> CO.. 14 Montgomery st no 9 SuTnTb lit AOKAfI El 11 I...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

6 CITY KEAI. KSTATE^, 'srr:'r77prp'rTrHAi>£Ro s^~iTaTF~blTTck SuUOU.'n.m Suiter cars: 1-story building of 2 stores, with 4 an I 5 living rooms each: rents SsL^r"" 1 - liovk, lOY *0£ liVgntr gnmery £f. no» (\ au»>« ajTZT'Tm XW. COR. BROADWAY AND PIERCE tbOOUU.st.: beautiful building lot: excellent marine view; lot, size 37:6x100. BOVEK, TOY 4 CO.. M Montgomery at. no 9 2t c m |O/|(I PINE ST., NEAR DEVISADEKO— 3640UV.'. Cosy cottage of 6 rooms, bath, etc.: modern Improvements. ISOVEE, TOY » CO., 19 Montgomery st. no 9 SuWe lit if* I-) /Win SPLENDID 60-VARA ON THE JS iZ.UUU. N. side or Green St., E. of Scott on line of improvements. BOVJiE, TOY & CO., 19 Montgomery si no 9 SuWe 2t *»/•-) (\l\f\ FOLSOM ST., >EAR 13TH. OX iO.UI'U. sunny side. « bay-window flat of 4 and 5 rooms and bath each: also 2-story and base- mont house of 10 rooms, batn. laundry, etc.; total nuts $160 per month; size lot 62:6x114. BOVKE, TOY & CO.. 19 Montgomery st. no 9 SuW c lit SfTnllii BARGAIN-...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

EIIUCATIOXAI- ___„__ T ADI TEACHES PRIVATE LES^ L sons in public scboo studies. Address li. i).. «o»»S. Cau uraneh OClcg. ncfi 2** LaTkVOVANX: FEE 25C; LADIES o>'L¥. o^7 Third at- basement iio!> 3t* _ f.uOF DE Hi ilTri'S "SIMPLIFIED FBACTI- J cal metHod of Spanish": Indorsed by the Span- ish Koyal Acj'i' ray and adopted by the best Insti- tutions- price 91 60: a similar work published In > re ijfh. THE BANCROFT CO. or as tt GA LA BOH M, TEACHER OF ISANJO AND .guitar. Music-store. 383 Ellis at oeao lm QPANISU OB FRENCH SPOKEN IN 3 MONTHS: 0 new practical method. V. o. r.ox IB7'J. oc2Btf r/ITHEH LESSONS GIVEN BY PROfESSOR 11. W. Zi 01-I'KR.M ANN. 1017 Folsoin St. oc'.'B Sin 1 VEKBATIONAL FRENCH AND FLUTE. 25c. V - per lesson. V. . FUKI). ;117 l'olk St. 0C26 30t* TIIE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REIH'CED 1 to 15 rents perweek, delivered by carrier to any part of the city; the Bulletin is the best, oldest and largest evening paper published on the coast; orders by postal-card or ot...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

8 1 SOCIETY Some of the Bright Doings of Late Autumn in Society Circles. THE EEIS MATINEE RECEPTION. Mahonsy-Brougham Wedding — A Trip to Angel Island — Dixon Musicale— Keller-Donlon Wed ding—Sugar Refinery Aid Soci ety Ball — A Potrero Party. Hawkin9 - Dunshce Wedding. Notes. The San Francisco Opera Company, which delifclitu! every cne wilh their presentation of the "Doctor of Alcantara," at a recent meeting of the Western Addition Club, has "Patience" in preparation. It will be pre sented in a few weeks, probably at the Bij< v Theater, for the benefit of the Chil dren's Hospital. The members of the San Francisco Verein will give an interesting entertainment in their dob-rooms on Saturday evening, No vember 2-d. An operetta entitled "The Feast of the Sun" will be presented with >I proprlate scenery, beautiful costumesand every necessary accessory. The 1 fiicers-elect of the Catholic Ladies' Aid Siciety, No. 2, were duly installed by the Grand I'iesident, Mrs. M. l>eane, at...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. ANENT RUSSIAN GALLANTRY. Joseph Hontet Tells an Exciting Tale of Lore aud Hunting in Russia. A PKINCESS 1 LOVER'S ENCOUNTER An Interesting Insight Into Russian Manners and Customs— The Im perial Hunt and the Chief Hunts man — Two Mortal Enemies Posted Together— The Furious Conflict. Written for The Sunday Cam. MESSIEUKS," said the chief huntsman, "here is your r.ost. The place may be dangerous, for the tracks of the bear pass by here, and. to judge from the footprints, the beast must be a v ry large one. But with yon 1 have no anxiety on that account, and if be should choose this road I rely upon you to give ii i in a warm reception." And, turning about th« chief huntsman disappeared behind a rook that barred the path scarcely traced on tne si'ie of the vi oun '1 tie Hue Nicolas and the Conite Franz m re -'.lone. . . '1 here whs a moment of silence, dun np which the two men, without looking at neb other, prepared their weapons, seeing llial their carbines worked prop...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORTS. All in Ite.-idiness for the Merced Coursing Meeting. at the o:ympic Club Grounds—An noyacco to Hunters by Gamf-Keepers, Potularity of Hani-Ball. *°f* HE boxing tournament of the Olympic \\ <C Ciubwastbe principil feature of in '■■l. M-'ii-st at last week. This afternoon the club's athletes will held a series of races at the new grounds, after which some spirited mines of hand-ball will be played. The arrival of the two great Eastern lov ers cf coursing, Dr. Ton nnmim-U and J. H. Watson." who will huveatM.rctd some ex cellent docs representing th- East, has given nzest to the spat in tins city. Hunters are beginning to show up some good bags of docks and snipe, aud the an tlers who fancy royal sport are meeting with fair success Bailing la the sloughs for grilse. ATHLETICS. Sprinting at the Olympic Ground!— The Salfnrd U«rri«rl. The boxing tournament of the Olympic Club, although it pleased the members who witnessed it, might have been much more interesting...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

, Theatrical Business Getting IJnck to Its Accustomed Grooves. TEE EMOTIONAL DRAMA. Miss Clara Morris at tlie Baldwin. " The Stowaway " — Hermann's New Transatlantiques— A Week of Concerts—" The Magistrate " Still on the Bench— A Musical Fete — De Vivo Incensed—Cleve land's Minstrels— The Buzz- Saw— At the Players' Club. General Mention. There have been so many light entertain ment* at the various theaters of late that it Is with more than usual pleasure we note the appearance of Clara Morris at the Baldwin next week. When the perspective of time shall have made possible accurate estimates of those who are in ami of the life of today, there can be little doubt thai Clara Morris will be accounted the greatest hi:- tronic g'-nius among actresses that America has ever produced. The era of stage trickery, Worth costumes, mechanical ef fects and gorgeous scenic appliances have so monopolized the stage that native hiitricnic genius has been lost sight of. It is, there fore, with a feeling...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

12 A TERRIBLE NIGHT AT SEA. Jcseph Honlet Writes of an Ad rentnre Amid Storm and Fire. V»l Irvers Settle Their Differences en a Fishing-Smack — Ins Diabolical Deed of a Desperate Han. f-JVIIEERILY, boys!" shouted thn IJPX master. 'Wo umst be nearing the Hold hard the helm, Jean! liuke fast, the roue, Pierre!" Over the mcine sea the.tishii:g-9maek shot like a flash. The previous day they had set out amid superb weatlier. There was a stiff breeze, covering with light foam the waves, upon the surface of which th* sun was mirrored with bright silvery reflections. Nevertheless, on passing: the lookout house, Pere Landure, the master, had paused with an uneasy air. In less than an hour the barometer, the column of mercury of wliicli giiitereJ at the door, had fallen a centi meter. Tie old man had remained there a second, seeming to reflect. Then he had glanced at the sky, sn.fted the wind, and had ended by shrugging his Bhaulders. A tempest* io such weather, was that possible? He would ha...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. DESCRIPTIVE OF QUEENS TOWN. The First Tort Made by Amer ican Steamers Bound to Liverpool. THE FIRST EIT OF LAND SIGHTED A Harbor Much Like That of New York-Mails Left and Received There The Reception of the Passengers— A Street Scene in Queenstown — Famous Places Within Easy Distance of the Town. V~Z j^ 7IIE word "Qaeenstown" has an ) I) 1/ V attractive sound to most tray *—'( y~-* elcrs to find rum Europe. It is S / as good as Hie end or beginning I I of the ocean voyage ou that t- — sHe a3 Sandy Hook is on this. It is the first stop for a steamer from New York to Liverpool, aud many passengers m A QVt: ESS TO 1 1 -V BTSKE T. land tliere instead of completing the voyage, i referring to vo o:> by rail, says a writer in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Tiie first bit if lard jilted by a beat from the United states is Crookhaven. This is simply a station where the vessel is spoken and her rrival is telegraphed over the world From this point to Queenstown is about eighty...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

14 IRMA SALLE, OR A POETS LOVE. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY ALPHONSE DAUDET; THE ENGLISH ADAPTATION BY PHILLIPE PREVOST. CHAPTER L *3. >rSm ni V HAT a young noble- Y. • v-/;;8» / man, who had inherited •^^Jssms% from his ancestors a V>SV j distinguished name, •~^%7K'B-'-7 a snug fortune and al >^/''-'///i' l 'k>/" most striking nuuily Zs/CA K•% * beauty should have ■Sw» V V •%■ peen fit to enter the / i • \ literary arena, take the hard knocks of captious critics and bear patiently with editorial cntnmely until he had wrested from them distinct and marked recognition as a poet was something which the gay Parisian world of ten years ago could not comprehend. But Count Charles d'Athls-Mone, although his suave and de bonair exterior might lead you to list him almost anywhere else than among earnest men, was nevertheless a man of radical thought and in no slight way a contemuer of the conventional. For the third time now the poet had left his writing-desk, the top of whic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

GAME PRESERVES IS SCOTLAND. '• Hiirlilanders Not Worlh to tlie Great Landlords so Many Red Doers." PARTRIDGES AND RABBITS. Wakeman's Investigations Show That the Scottish Peasantry Are in the Way of Game and Fish — The Annual Rentals for Shooting and Fishing Privileges— They Do Not Fall Short of $10,000,000— An American Claims the Largest Deer Forest in Scotland. Special to The Scnday Call. \ n /OMICII (Scotland), Sept. 20, I\Jl/ I 1890. — On coming face to face <— / y — 'with thefactof the depopulation S / of rural Scotland, and especially I I of the northern and western t— — — I highlands, it is astonishing that any system of land laws is permitted to ex ist which will work such fatal results to a country. There must be a practical reason for all this, you feel. You dig and delve for that reason, and you are still more as tonished. Inquire where you may, there is in effect but one answer: "Highlanders are cot worth to the great landlords so many red deer. Crofters are of less a...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

16 FRENCH NAVY MANEUVERS. " Torpedo Catchers " That Could Not Steam Fast Enough to Catch Anything. OBJECTIONS TO SEARCH LIGHTS. But Little Is Being Done by the United States Navy to Keep Abreast of the Work of Other Powers- A Question, How Much Is Being Done by. Ships and Squadrons to the Consideration and Application of Modern Meth ods of Naval Organization and Strategy? C — T the prfseut time there is /, \ not 1.1 that is occupying so fj\ N much attention as the uew ■t lA / navy of the United States, as 1 — \ \ it Is the desire of the Auieri / S C —I can ptotde to have a navy that may be dei ended upon in case a time should me when it might he needed. The following, Inki n from a recent issue of the New York Herald, in reference to foreign ami our own navy, is of special interest. Tbe Eng'.isl) naval maneuvers for ISPO having been so planned that the opposing fleet? kept away from each other, as de scribed in the Herald of September 12tb, comparatively few practical p<ints in n...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

B^x-!y:<-x-:*>:*:'A-:v':-:-:v>:-x-V':v^i fe|.T ll IN CIRCULATION, • . : li? I 1 nnr ma? IN w ANT " ADS '" I r§ll (I'll Hill - IN POLITICS. £ ; H I if/fli! ill v IN ADVERTISEMENTS, & M-U V Hill 11^ IN GENERAL NEWS, V (K| AND AS A CLEAN ANT RgJABU NEWSPAPER. |§ it^?»i«x^?xo*i- , xox<oxo>>x»>>r*x»x*p|] VOLUME LXVII-NO. 163. AFRICAN HORRORS. A Corroboration of Stanley's Charges. Major Barttelot's Inhuman Treatment of Natives. Bonaey Believes the Commander of the Sear Guard Was Insane— Jamison's Sketches of Cannibalism. Special to The Morning Cam. London, Nov. 9. — The Times this morning publishes a three-column state ment from Bonney, who opens by re gretting that Barttelot's brother forced the disclosure ot a painful story. Bonny says Stanley only heard of the poisoning suspicions from him on the 26th of October. Konney says Barttelot and Jamiescn, after questioning the Arabs belonging to Stan ley's previous expedition its to the fate of Tocock and others, e...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

2 AFTER THE SPOILS. Candidates for Slate f Appoint. ments at Work. Faithful Workers Who Will Be Rewarded With ■Municipal Positions— Usual Crop of Aspiring Patriots. Applicants for State positions are growing numerous already, and the newly elected Governor, were he the sort of man to allow such trifles to worry him, would find him self harassed from all sides by those anxious bo serve the Slate in an easy posi tion at a good round salary. Those who know Governor-elect Markham best, how ever, are inclined to the belief that the greater part of the worrying will be done by the applicants, and the indications are that some of them are already sweating bloi d in their anxiety over the well-dis guised intentions of the son of Pasadena. m.uikham's philosophy. In this connection a story is going the rounds which illustrates tho latter's peculiar way of looking at things, and evidences the fact that lie is likely to be a hard man to grapple with. It is related that Congress man Yainlever of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. Pk^y^^/^-^-^"^"^' l 3^-i*Oi^SV3^_»^-^-^-3-tt^- 1 ! $ s S^mMWM ie Gold- Hunters % j A mmX v^Jwfe^°f California" $ > <>• t^^.f)ww -•^'^JiK^ series of richly illus- 0 * '/^94^-i :"^^-3^l4Wv\ tr-ated papers describing # _ -V^M."^ laTfl- the exciting* scenes at- # I % i. -• /M 3 n^^«Br^^_s_,tendinor tffe gold fever % \*-*'s4 1 " >Si^^^of '4a begins in the J ' '^flf^^S^: X ' ;^^^ NOVEMBER S. I vS^SWmE?:: -number of century! S^ff^ MAGAZINE. $ p ff=*-J&^. 'ag.*" A? "V '"" The first paper is an account of the thrilling 5 p i^^^i- ' r- "!» experiences of " The First Emigrant Train to ( ' * /"' - •■ *•"• —- California," described by Gen. John Bid-veil, a sur- 0 Iv-ivor of a party of emigrants who crossed the Rockies A iin 1841; seven years before the gold discoveries. Later papers will tell of scenes at i J the mines, the different routes to California, the work of the vigilance committees, J r women in the early days of the settlements, etc., etc. — all written ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL " Has a I-ir;-ir circulation than any other uewnpiper pnbilahed In San Francisco. rrr.'.K" OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock v. v. lIItANCII OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: 339 Hayes street, open until 9::"0 o'clock: 003 Larktn street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 2518 Mission Street, open until 9 o'clock p. — „ and lib" Ninth street, open until 9:30 i*. M. SCBSCUTFTTON KATE*": DAILY i sl.l. (Including Sundays). ad per year by mail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 ecu:-, pec calendar month through carriers. HAILY CALL, five copies, three months, SB 25. Si'NDAV CALL (twelve pases). $1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL. ?-." 50 per year, post paid, WEEKLY call (eight pages:, *1 35 per ye tr, postpaid. Cubs of ten (sent to one address). $10. AFCTION SALES TO-DAY. rcFMTtRK.— By M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market M.. at 10 0 clock. • liisit ik.— By Geo. F. Lainsou, at 5:13 Fust at 11 o cl...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

itisiNi- SS CHANCES. C* I Oftli FULLY SECURED; A GOOD JIAN" TO **-- I _.* 'V'. act I.- treasurer in one of the best chances in the State: will he assured or $200 per ruoiirb clear: must be steady, xvllltii- to devote bis time to the business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny street. lioS tl X, \ BUSINESS PLACES FOR SALE. SALOON, Lx 'vl good business, $250. Saloon, partnership $250 Saloon, full value in sight goo Saloon. SI unfurnished rooms. 300 Saloon, 4 private rooms 400 Saloon. 3 private rooms 500 Saloon, ii country, with building 550 Saoou, 3 entrances tpjO Saloon, 3 unfurnished rooms boo Saloon, partnership , 1,500 Saloon, elegant fixtures 2 300 >;■■ I Mi. SI 5' .. Market st. lt» NJ I'll 10 I' E STA RANT AND COFFEE-SA- C l - 1 ' loon: good location; elegant fixtures; del ie a business or $30 per day: will seat 60 people; only ball block from Market st. tins Is a bargain and will en inspection. EWING, 863 V. Market.l* v ..)ii GROCERY AND BAR, WITH 2 OR * <_ —OV. rooms: mil vain- ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Lengilienins List of Events Set for Future Dates. The Stanford Luncheon — Fonts Hal'cwsen Celt-ration— Patty on Rincon Hill. A Sjuja'.ito Gathering. The good done by society as a collective body is rather apt to be underrated. For instance, because it makes no pretence of being a missionary association, but frankly • flies the pennant of pleasure, one is trim t"! ito forget Its efforts for "sweet charity." ' Yet there are numerous noble institutions that depend fearlessly en tho unfailing - benevolence of society. To serve at a pretty booth or just attend "to help the thing alone" seem .light nets, but they are fash ionable, and, in the aggregate, highly pro ductive of good to the community. Curi ously, too, it is generally acknowledged that the time and loose change so expended are ' rarely missed, while, it is certainly a perma nent gratification, in the midst of the breath less pursuit of delight, to be conscious of having given one's mite to relieve the eve...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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