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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 12 August 1903

JAPANESE TEA GARDEN. Every day at 2:15 an automobile will leave the Arcade building for the Japanese Tea Garden and Golf Grounds. The tea garden is located northward from the City of Tents, and is a faithful reproduction of the tea-drinking bower of the Jap. With its miniature streets, cascades, nooks, and pagodas, it gives a scene of Oriental art in architecture and gardening. The presence of dainty Japanese maidens in native costume, serving delicious tea in exquisite china, lends an additional charm. The round trip fare is 25 cents, and as the auto runs but once daily parties can arrange with the driver about when to return. Beautiful Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns, and Stamped Linen for Shirt Waists at the THE WOMAN'S Art Exchange 1114 Fifth St., Sefton Block The latest in hand painted Shirt Waist Buttons and Belt Pins. Diederichsen & Lester Wholesale and Retail Dealers in California Fruits, Game, Poultry and Vegetables. Fine Table Fruits a Specialty 923 Fifth St.,...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 12 August 1903

TIME TABLES. CORONADO RAILROAD. CARS LEAVE TENT CITY AS FOLLOWS: WEEK DAYS. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. 6:40 9:55 a-b 12:55 c-4:15 7:00 10:15 1:15 b-4:35 7:20 10:35 1:35 4:55 7:40 10:55 1:55 5:15 a 7:55 11:15 2:15 5:35 b 8:15 11:35 2:35 5:55 c 8:35 11:55 2:55 6:15 8:55 P.M. 3:15 6:35 9:15 12:15 3:35 6:55 9:35 c l2:35 3:35 7:15 7:35 NOTE: a This car for Santa Fe trains. b Tia Juana c La Jolla Tickets on sale at Tent City office. All persons holding Santa Fe excursion tickets must have same stamped at Tent City office before departure. Santa Fe P. M. 7:55 8:15 8:35 9:15 9:35 9:55 10:15 10:35 10:55 11:20 11:40 Santa Ana, Orange, Los Angeles, Pasadena and intermediate points. Trains leave daily 8:35 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily at 12:45 p. m. and 6:20 p. m. Riverside, San Bernardino and intermediate points, leave daily, except Sunday, at 8:35 a. m., and daily at 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Redlands, leave daily, except Sunday, 8:35 a. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Overland express ...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 12 August 1903

2. OVERTURE "Kaiser" PIANOS TONIGHT AT 7:45 SHARP Wednesday, August 12, THE 7th REGIMENT BAND MR. GEO. CANN, Director. The TENT CITY CONCERT BAND MR. HENRY OHLMEYER, Director. IN A Grand Combination Concert PART FIRST DlRECTED BY MR. GEORCE CANN 1. MARCH "The Jolly General" Moret 3. FLOWER SONG "Hearts and Flowers" Moses-Tobani PART SECOND DIRECTED BY MR. HENRY OHLMEYER 4. MARCH "The Stars and Stripes Forever" Sousa 5. EXCERPTS from the Opera, "The Serenade" Herbert 6. MARCH MEDLEY "1863" Calvin "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" PAVILION THEATRE. Friday Afternoon, August 14th, at 3:30 o'clock, SECOND AFTERNOON MUSICALE By Mr. Henry Ohlmeyer and a Grand Orchestra, VOCALIST: MRS LOLETA LEVETE ROWAN. VIOLINIST: MR. CHARLES G. GORENFLO. ADMISSION 10C. FORTUNA PARK LOTS now $25 to $50 Will be selling for $100 inside of a year. If San Diego booms they will bring $250 and up. Absolutely safe a fine small investment can't go lower must rise. Buy now and double or quadruple your money. FOLSOM BROS., RE...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 12 August 1903

Vol. 1 (Continued from Yesterday) Next comes Company A; they are the hightoned company. Each morning they polish their shoes and actually brush their hair. The next company is C. Here is the midway, the home of the windjammers They devote the whole time to practicing. The Los Angeles Companies are O. K. boys. When in the city, come down to Armory Hall and meet them. They are all alike; they are brothers and have their family rows. But Camp Last would not be in it without these boys. The truth is we are afraid to compliment any of them, for if they ever got a compliment they would die of surprise. Monday afternoon, Sergeant Baker, C Company, held a delightful little musicale at the headquarters of the Volunteers Association. The string band rendered the music. The music was interspersed with ventriloquist work by Corporal Everest, and story telling by Sergeant Baker. The guests were the Hospital Corps. Before breaking up some of the windjammers instruments appeared, and then you may ...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

THE CORONADO TENT CITY DAILY PROGRAM is published daily at the Tent City and distributed freely for the information and amusement of the campers. It is proper to state that, though the proprietors are interested in this publication in the same manner that they are interested in everything that pertains to the Tent City, they are in no sense responsible for the opinions or expressions of its editorial writer. Correspondents having items for publication may leave them at the Tent City office or with the editor, George O. Jenner, at his tent, 1101 1/2 Main street. TEMPERATURE AT TENT CITY, AUGUST 12. Minimum thermometer 6 5 Maximum thermometer 7 5 TIDE TABLE, AUGUST 13. HIGH TIDE: 12:07 P. M. LOW TIDE: 5:34 A. M.; 6:23 P. M. Miss Alma Cherry has gone to Los Angeles for a short stay. J. D. Latimer entertained Andrew Cochran at dinner on Monday. Mr. J. D. Finsley, of Mesilla Park, N. M., resides on Sixth street. The latest arrivals on Eighth street are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bryce, of Homest...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

A Good Chance for You to Buy DRY GOODS and WEARING APPAREL LOTS of the Tent Citizens come from sections where there isn't a store like Marston's. To such people their stay here offers a fine opportunity to buy the Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel and Carpets they require, from the very large and complete assortments that the MARSTON STORE is noted for. A visit to MARSTON'S may pay you better than you imagine. At the Corner of 5th and C in San Diego A Cheap Reliable Clock FOR YOUR TENT or Watch for Your Pocket While camping can best be obtained of C. W. Ernsting, JEWELER 915 FIFTH ST., SAN DIEGO CORONADO'S PIONEER GROCER Cleanest Stores Best Service Best Goods Main Store, Cor. Second Street and Orange Avenue Telephone Blue 71 Branch Store Opposite Hotel del Coronado Telephone Blue 75 Free Delivery from Marston's, San Diego. J. A. Mathewson Emily Mizen Amelia Kahle Kahle & Mizen SEFTON BLOCK, 1316 C STREET Formerly with Mrs. Rumple. SAN DIEGO, CAL. From Yesterday's San Diego "Un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

"The Elite" Candy and Ice Cream Parlors CORNER 5TH AND D STREETS SAN DIEGO, CAL. Specials for this week: Mexican Kisses, Butter Cups Pecan Brittle E. S. POTTER & CO. PHONE RED 1051 COMBINE BLDG. Bicycles and Automobiles Repairing of All Kinds FOURTH AND F STS. JOHN U. WIDRIN, SAN DIEGO KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES Developing and Printing, Fresh Films. Also a Full Line of Views J. E. SLOCUM, Agt.for Howland & Co. The Arcade, Tent City. 946 Fifth Street San Diego The Misses Richards' Hair Dressing Parlors ARCADE BD'G, TENT CITY. Also 1158 5th St., bet. B & C San Diego SHAMPOOING MANICURE SCALP MASSAGE CHIROPODY SHOE POLISHING FACE MASSAGE Art Creations Unexcelled. Climatic Conditions the Finest on Earth. Before leaving San Diego have your Photographs taken by Studio 1025 Fifth. HEMENWAY For TALLY-HO PARTIES To TIA JUANA and POINT LOMA see our agent at the Coronado Livery office across street from the Arcade. CORONADO LIVERY. A Wonderful Natural Water B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

Klauber Wangenheim Co. Wholesale Wine Merchants SAN DIEGO Have two Retail Liquor Establishments No bar in connection with either Establishment FOURTH AND H STREETS AND 927 FIFTH ST. Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits Outing Suits White and Colored Duck and Tennis Shoes. Consult us as to the proper thing to wear on special occasions. DOUD & GILLONS 1021 Fifth Street SEA SHELLS Manufactured and polished by F. X. HOLZNER Taxidermist 1431 F, near 6th. Phone Black 1982. Empress For Best, Sweetest Flavored Bread, use EMPRESS FLOUR. Made in Kansas from the Choicest Hard Wheat. For sale by all grocers at the same price as the best California flour. Nason & CO., Wholesale Agents. Souvenir Postal Cards View Books of San Diego & Coronado Special Prices on Stationery at 951 5th St. PACKARD'S BOOK STORE Gold Discovery A Scientist at Tent City has discovered that there is Gold in the sand on Coronado Beach. One pail of sand on Nome Beach netted $480. Get a pail full...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

JAPANESE TEA GARDEN. Every day at 2:15 an automobile will leave the Arcade building for the Japanese Tea Garden and Golf Grounds. The tea garden is located northward from the City of Tents, and is a faithful reproduction of the tea-drinking bower of the Jap. With its min miniature streets, cascades, nook,s and pagodas, it gives a scene of Oriental art in architecture and gardening. The presence of dainty Japanese maidens in native costume serving delicious tea in exquisite china lends an additional charm. The round trip fare is 25 cents and as the auto runs but once daily parties can arrange with the driver about when to return. Beautiful Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns, and Stamped Linen for Shirt Wais at the THE WOMAN'S Art Exchange 1114 Fifth St., Sefton Block The latest in hand painted Shirt Waist Buttons and Belt Pins Diederichsen & Lester Wholesale and Retail Dealers in California Fruits, Game, Poultry and Vegetables. Fine Table Fruits a Specialty 923 Fifth St., n...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

TIME TABLES. CORONADO RAILROAD. CARS LEAVE TENT CITY AS FOLLOWS: WEEK DAYS. P. M. P. M. a-b 12:55 1:15 1:35 1:55 2:15 2:35 2:55 3:15 3:35 3:35 A. M. 6:40 7:00 7:20 7:40 a 7:55 b 8:15 c8:35 8:55 9:15 9:35 A. M. 9:55 10:15 10:35 10:55 11:15 11:35 11:55 P. M. 12:15 c 12:35 NOTE: P. M. 7:55 8:15 8:35 9:15 9:35 9:55 c-4:15 b-4:35 4:55 5:15 5:35 5:55 6:15 6:35 6:55 7:15 7:35 10:15 10:35 10:55 11:20 11:40 a This car for Santa Fe trains. b Tia Juana c La Jolla Tickets on sale at Tent City office. All persons holding Santa Fe excursion tickets must have same stamped at Tent City office before departure. Santa Ana, Orange, Los Angeles, Pasadena and intermediate points. Trains leave daily 8:35 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily at 12:45 p. m. and 6:20 p. m. Santa Fe Riverside. San Bernardino and intermediate points, leave daily, except Sunday, at 8:35 a. m., and daily at 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Redlands, leave daily, except Sunday, 8:35 a. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Overland express ...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

6. MARCH Selected. FORTUNA PARK LOTS now $25 to $50 Will be selling for $100 inside of a year. If San Diego booms they will bring $250 and up. Absolutely safe a fine small investment can't go lower must rise. Buy now and double or quadruple your money. FOLSOM BROS., REAL ESTATE 1308 C St. Opp. Brewster Hotel. SAN DIEGO PIANOS PROGRAM Thursday Evening, August 13, 1903 RENDERED BY The Coronado Tent City Concert Band Mr. Henry Ohlmeyer, Director 1. MARCH "The Monks of Malabar" Englander 2. OVERTURE "Morning, Noon and Night" Suppe 3. CHILIAN DANCE "Manana" Missud 4. WALTZ "Moonlight on the Hudson" Hermann 5. GRAND SELECTION from "Faust" Gounod "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" PAVILION THEATRE. Friday Afternoon, August 14th, at 3:30 o'clock, SECOND AFTERNOON MUSICALE By Mr. Henry Ohlmeyer and a Grand Orchestra. VOCALIST: MRS LOLETA LEVETE ROWAN. VIOLINIST: MR. CHARLES G. GORENFLO. ADMISSION 10c. STEINWAY CHICKERING BROS. and a dozen different makes to select from. Every piano marked in plain figur...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 13 August 1903

Vol. 1 COMPANY NOTES. COMPANY F. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Caruthers, Miss Blankenship, Miss Johnson, Misses Brechter and Mrs. Boal, ladies of Company F's Auxilary, came down as representatives, and had mess Sunday. Attired in officer's blouses, they had a snap shot taken with Mrs. Williams as lieutenant. Sunday afternoon they enjoyed a launch party to Fort Rosecrans with the company. Company F is the only company with its regular organized auxilary of ladies. They never forget to urge the boys on, and in war time would willingly go to the front to care for the boys. Sergeant Prentess with Privates Burton and Brown visited the training ship Adams, Monday. Orderly F. It's a fact, we name more orderlies than any other company. Privates Fickes and Busse won the first two days, and Privates Warneke and Ketchuns won color guards. Gerald Craft, the mascot, the ladies' man, etc., etc., is the handsomest lad in the regiment. Take "Jerry" away and our luck would change. Quartermaster-Sargeant Plae...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

THE CORONADO TENT CITY DAILY PROGRAM is published daily at the Tent City and distributed freely for the information and amusement of the campers. It is proper to state that, though the proprietors are interested in this publication in the same manner that they are interested in everything that pertains to the Tent City, they are in no sense responsible for the opinions or expressions of its editorial writer. Correspondents having items for publication may leave them at the Tent City office or with the editor, George O. Jenner, at his tent, 1101 1/2 Main street. TEMPERATURE AT TENT CITY, AUGUST 13. Minimum thermometer 64 Maximum thermometer 70 TIDE TABLE, AUGUST 14. HIGH TIDE: 0:22 A. M.; 0:50 P. M. LOW TIDE: 6:15 A. M.; 7:37 P. M. Mrs. Carrie Harrington, of Globe, Arizona, is living at the Arcade. Mr. G. Seright, of Pasadena, is enjoying his vacation at Tent City. On Wednesday's noon train arrived Miss Alice E. Foss, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Choate were dining at the Cafe on W...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

A Good Chance for You to Buy DRY GOODS and WEARING APPAREL LOTS of the "Tent Citizens" come from sections where there isn't a store like Marston's. To such people their stay here offers a fine opportunity to buy the Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel and Carpets they require, from the very large and complete assortments that the MARSTON STORE is noted for. A visit to MARSTON'S may pay you better than you imagine. At the Corner of 5th and C in San Diego Dark Glasses... Will protect your eyes from the Sun's glare 25c will secure a pair. Have higher priced ones too. C. W. Ernsting, JEWELER 915 FIFTH ST., SAN DIEGO. CORONADO'S PIONEER GROCER Cleanest Stores Best Service Best Goods Main Store, Cor. Second Street and Orange Avenue Telephone Blue 71 Branch Store Opposite Hotel del Coronado Telephone Blue 75 Free Delivery from Marston's, San Diego. J. A. Mathewson Emily Mizen Amelia Kahle Kahle & Mizen Millinery SEFTON BLOCK, 1316 C STREET Formerly with Mrs. Rumple. SAN DIEGO, CAL. From...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

"The Elite" Candy and Ice Cream Parlors CORNER 5TH AND D STREETS SAN DIEGO, CAL. Specials for this week: Mexican Kisses, Butter Cups Pecan Brittle E. S. POTTER &. CO. PHONE RED 1051 COMBINE BLDG. Bicycles and Automobiles Repairing of All Kinds JOHN U. WIDRIN, FOURTH AND F STS. SAN DIEGO KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES Developing and Printing. Fresh Films. Also a Full Line of Views J. E. SLOCUM, Agt. for Howland & Co. The Arcade, Tent City. 946 Fifth Street San Diego The Misses Richards' Hair Dressing Parlors ARCADE BD'G, TENT CITY. Also 1158 5th St., bet. B & C San Diego SHAMPOOING MANICURE SCALP MASSAGE CHIROPODY SHOE POLISHING FACE MASSAGE Art Creations Unexcelled. Climatic Conditions the Finest on Earth. Before leaving San Diego have your Photographs taken by Studio 1025 Fifth. HEMENWAY For TALLY-HO PARTIES To TIA JUANA and POINT LOMA see our agent af the Coronado Livery office across street from the Arcade. CORONADO LIVERY. A Wonderful Natural Water...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

Klauber Wangenheim Co. Wholesale Wine Merchants SAN DIEGO Have two Retail Liquor Establishments No bar in connection with either Establishment FOURTH AND H STREETS AND 927 FIFTH ST Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits Outing Suits White and Colored Duck and Tennis Shoes. Consult us as to the proper thing to wear on special occasions. DOUD & GILLONS 1021 Fifth Street SEA SHELLS Manufactured and polished by F. X. HOLZNER Taxidermist 1431 F, near 6th. Phone Black 1982. Empress For Best, Sweetest Flavored Bread, use EMPRESS FLOUR. Made in Kansas from the Choicest Hard Wheat. For sale by all grocers at the same price as the best California flour. Nason &. Co., Wholesale Agents. Souvenir Postal Cards View Books of San Diego & Coronado Special Prices on Stationery at 951 5th St. PACKARD'S BOOK STORE Gold Discovery A Scientist at Tent City has discovered that there is Gold in the sand on Coronado Beach. One pail of sand on Nome Beach netted $480. Get a pail full...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

JAPANESE TEA GARDEN. Every day at 2:15 an automobile will leave the Arcade building for the Japanese Tea Garden and Golf Grounds. The tea garden is located northward from the City of Tents and is a faithful reproduction of the tea drinking bower of the Jap. With its miniature streets, cascades, nooks, and pagodas, it gives a scene of Oriental art in architecture and gardening. The presence of dainty Japanese maidens in native costume serving delicious tea in exquisite china lends an additional charm. The round trip fare is 25 cents, and as the auto runs but once daily parties can arrange with the driver about when to return. Beautiful Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns, and Stamped Linen for Shirt Waists at the THE WOMAN'S Art Exchange 1114 Fifth St, Sefton Block The latest in hand painted Shirt Waist Buttons and Belt Pins Diederichsen & Lester Wholesale and Retail Dealers in California Fruits, Game, Poultry and Vegetables. Fine Table Fruits a Specialty 923 Fifth St., near...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

TIME TABLES. CORONADO RAILROAD. CARS LEAVE TENT CITY AS FOLLOWS: WEEK DAYS. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. 6:40 9:55 a-b 12:55 c-4:15 7:55 7:00 10:15 1:15 b-4:35 8:15 7:20 10:35 1:35 4:55 8:35 7:40 10:55 1:55 5:15 9:15 a 7:55 11:15 2:15 5:35 9:35 b 8:15 11:35 2:35 5:55 9:55 c 8:35 11:55 2:55 6:15 10:15 8:55 P. M. 3:15 6:35 10:35 9:15 12:15 3:35 6:55 10:55 9:35 c 12:35 3:35 7:15 11:20 7:35 11:40 NOTE: a This car for Santa Fe trains. b Tia Juana c La Jolla Tickets on sale at Tent City office. All persons holding Santa Fe excursion tickets must have same stamped at Tent City office before departure. Santa Ana, Orange, Los Angeles, Pasadena and intermediate points. Trains leave daily 8:35 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily at 12:45 p. m. and 6:20 p. m. Santa Fe Riverside, San Bernardino and intermediate points, leave daily, except Sunday, at 8:35 a. m., and daily at 1:45 p. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Redlands, leave daily, except Sunday, 8:35 a. m. Arrive daily 6:20 p. m. Overland express...

Publication Title: Coronado Tent City Daily Program
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

3. Valse Tres Lente, "Amourouse" 5. Violin Solo "Legende" 2. BALLET MUSIC from "Faust" 6. MARCH Selected. PIANOS Every Visitor to San Diego should hunt up Friday Afternoon at 3:30 Sharp. GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT Direction of MR. HENRY OHLMEYER SOLOISTS VOCALIST: MRS. LOLETA LEVETE ROWAN. VIOLINIST: MR. CHARLES G. GORENFLO. 1. a. Grand March from "La Reine de Saba" Gounod b. Excerpts from "l'Africaine" Meyerbeer ORCHESTRA 2. "Amour Viens Aider" from "Samson and Delilah" Saint Saens MRS. LOLETA LEVETTE ROWAN ORCHESTRA 4. a. "A Song of Spring" b. "A Dream" MRS. LOLETA LEVETTE ROWAN MR. CHAS. GORENFLO 6. Suite de Ballet from "Le Reine de Saba" Gounod ORCHESTRA PROGRAM The Coronado Tent City Concert Band Friday Evening, August 14, 1903 1. MARCH "The Little Duchess" De Koven a. Waltz; b. Ensemble of Helen; c. Entry of Nubian Slaves; d. Solo Dance. 3. INTERMEZZO "Anona" Vivian Grey (Mabel McKinley) 4. SELECTION from "The Burgomaster" Luders "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" FORTUNA PARK LOTS now $25 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Coronado Tent City Daily Program — 14 August 1903

HEADQUARTERS. Captain Fox and Lieutenant-Commander Brown, of the U. S. S. Adams were the guests of the officers of the camp Monday evening. Military subjects were discussed after dinner. Colonel Vogdes made a little talk regarding the relations of the regular army and the National Guards during the war. The U. S. A. officers who visited the campers are without exception fine natty looking men. Everyone of the officers who visited the Fort Monday afternoon express themselves as highly delighted with their reception. As one officer expressed himself, "O, if we could only get some of that kind of snap and vim into some of our men." Lieutenant Rice left camp Tuesday for Riverside. Major F. C. Prescott returned to Redlands Tuesday morning. Thursday the regiment went to San Diego for parade. COMPANY NOTES. COMPANY G, REDLANDS. Oh, joy! Private Grigsby, the DAILY GRIND reporter, was on police duty this morning, and the editor had to get three men to find the notes. Police duty, the worst o...

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