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VOL. V. NO. PALO A^TOr OAL,r FRIDAY, OTTOBKR 38r 1898. WHOLE NO. 10ft A Pleasant Reception. A very pleasant iv<_eption was it II- deitd t!u* students ut Matusanlla hall 4ui last- Friday evening *»y Mr. and Mrs, Cramer. <>»-cr fifty \nunj: jtcople woio present, among: them being the members of CaslUIeja. and the former student* of Man'/atuita now in Palo All... The reeejilion was held in the muiu hull, which was tastefully i!(mo ajtid Tor the occasion. Ht#«*hll games . unao indulged in unlit late in the. cu-mng, when refreshments were served. Miss Newcomo und Mrs. Satidersou assisted Mr*. frauit r in eiHeirtaii.irg. Amiiiil! those [trt'iei.l Wen* Mesdames Peek, Powers, "Bryant, KahVIeiiou: Mioses Newcomc. Gurnet*. Wright. I lining. LauVa and Mary ll\ »!•-, Culh- hcrlson, iNfk. Kvans, Henry, Sue* t- | l»e a largc'crop <if navels, of excellent, iquullty. .but other' varitfan will be In-; I forlor. The temperature hat* becrfj | slightly above tlie normal Tor the week. I The 'conditions Tor the week ended j j October 24, were: In Santa Clara' -county the weather is favorable for \ ! fruit drying, which is nearly finished. , ( Fair erop of wine grapes Iteing gather-; jed. Grass growing* rapidly. Poliltcal Rally. The Good Government League ^iH hold a political meeting at Nortree hall tomorrow (Saturday) night. Hon. J. R. Lewis, Clarence Wooster. Ksq./and I Hon? P. K. Dow will be the speakers, and they are excellent campaign orators. They promise to handle local political questions without gloves. The Local Mews. Mrs. C'.L. Howeof Portland,'Oregon. Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Rpsebrook, Mr. I). C. K<»sebrook of Los Angeles visiter! his uncle. G. H. Rnscbrook. Saturday aud Sunday. It Is rumored that the Stanford resl- deiire in Sim Francisco is soon to 1m converted into a school of history, economics and social science. No verification of the report has been made. The ladies of the Haptist church will give a reception to students at lower Nortrev ball tonight. Entertainment and refreshments will be .provided. All students will be made welcome. A blizzard prevailed throughout the Middle West Wednesday, with a heavy Fuller announcement will lie made • later. — —* — . . president Jordan ls-Vxpeeled home fiom the cast- tmlay. A Republican rally will 1m* held at Mayfield tomorrow night, with the comity candidates present. The Ladies' Guild of the (Episcopal church will give a reception at Inland 'hall tonight. Admission 10cents. I Dr. Kellogg can be reach»»d by telephone at any hour of the day,or night by going to the Palace Pbartjotiey. Habbl ViHM'sanger was unable to he heal the chapel Sunday as announced. The sermon was.by Dr. Thoburn. Tlu» Glee and Mandolin Clubs are arranging for a holiday trip cither as lar laud; Hor/.lnger, Peetr, Pay,-Downing. Kwectmau, Nichols. Breekeuridge and Dunn; M**srs. Thomas, Snow, Edward antl James Hyde, Wrighi, Bryant, Sou'erson, Maize. Anderson, EtR muuds. Powers, Clark, Crawford, Ww, Miller, Curtin, Kulen, Raymond. ltossil«*r. Wright, Partridge, V'ergy, Henry and WtHIani Scales. Hosmer. Logan, Masse, Stuart aud Will Taylor and Nichols. 9 ---T -■ ' Wtather ami Crops. . ENTHANCK CiA*TKf STANPf well known Sampson quartette of San .lose will be present- and sing campaign songs. Come out and hear what these gentlemen have to say. >l*t> UN1V&II81TV GROUNDS. snowfall and cold winds. The hcauti- fut weather California ts enjoying; makes such a contrast almost tncom-j prehcnslhlc to us. The following Is the report of tbe lie- . p icMHMni of Agriculture,, on climate and crops lu California for the week ending October 24: Ll_:bt rain bas fallen in the Sacra- mtMiio. and portions of the San Joaquin valley, und as far south as Los Angeles; it was generally very bene* fieial. Raisins and prunea ai-e nearly all cured; the crop will be nearly up to the average. Oranges are coloring in the Sacramento valley and in Southern California, and . picking will begin earlier than usual: there will probably Ki*ratio Kansas has made another bid for notoriety. Some or the leading women of the State have organize) an assiM'latUrn to ratw"-*tHHH».«H>ii to-re-r- lutburse Howard Gould for the money he lost by his marriage. Church fairs und social entertainments are to 6e the means to that end. The whole State of;"Kansas—wHI Ih* equal to a .college town during the coming century. There iteems to Ih* a probability of war hetwucu France and Kngland over the question or territorial acquisition on the Upper Nile. Both countries are preparing for thecontert and unless France should withdraw her claim war is certain. T. VV. H. Shanahan and J. V. Webster, the prominent Populists, aro both out for Gage, and John P. Irish, the well-known U-uiocntt, is opposing Ma- jfulre. . J The poHturail ineetihg lomorriiw night will Ihiinteresting. .Indue l^wis is a ii ni ■ orator and ot her i_ <« h) Sfiuakers wilt, \h; pii^sent. The Sampson tjpar- tetteof San Jose will sing eainpaigu songs. The member* of t 'ourt Stanfoi'd. I. O. K.. will glvea reception to theii: wives, sistei'sand lady friends on .Monday nlgllt. .-Nove.Ui.iu'i; 7, at-J-Viiterual hall. A pork,and lh*aus sup|M',r will he served and a pleasant, old-lasbioitefl time is anticipated. Herr Anton Sehoic th** great German tenor will giv«* a concert iu the tTnlvei*sity ch»iHd mi November II. hi April. 1«N1, and May. 1*97. HL*rrSebot1 gave concerts on the i*amjni> which wen* truly musical treats. Those who enjoy the highest art iu v<*eai mosie will appreciate very much that lbi« great pupil of Wagner has again con- sen ted Ui appear before them IiCIHK east as Denver, or north to the Sound cities. Claremi* Wurdall, one of the Stan- ford students who w^pt to Manila, is expcM'ttfl back this week; He returns because of ;ii health. Geo. K,. Flench of tin- San Fraucihee Call delivered an interesiinu b^lutvat the cbapei Tuesday night on -'Ku- inaisi. Asbairt<H*t and the Gold ConM Colony." Tie- L'liiiu- Just Katimlay Is-twieu tjie Varsity and thu'Olynipics was vpun , by tie- Stanford-men in a scdru of .*i ti> 0. The game was n most interesting one aud was won hy goiMl playing by the home team. Tfie * "bi;istian Kiid*-avor M«-ial at Fraternal ball tonight will lie unique. Hawaii, tin* Philltppine* aud Cuba will Ih- represented by young ladies in cos- itiinn. of thitse countries, appropriate' intioie will 1m* furnished and refreshments iu keeping. Theiidmisslou will Ih- ]'* ceuTsj twit fur iVeeots.
|Title||Palo Alto Live Oak 1898 October 28|
|Date of Publication||1898-10-28|
|Number of pages||8|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||Frank Kasson, Frances A. Kasson|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Live Oak|
VOL. V. NO.
PALO A^TOr OAL,r FRIDAY, OTTOBKR 38r 1898.
WHOLE NO. 10ft
A Pleasant Reception.
A very pleasant iv<_eption was it II-
deitd t!u* students ut Matusanlla hall
4ui last- Friday evening *»y Mr. and Mrs,
Cramer. <>»-cr fifty \nunj: jtcople woio
present, among: them being the members of CaslUIeja. and the former student* of Man'/atuita now in Palo All...
The reeejilion was held in the muiu
hull, which was tastefully i!(mo ajtid Tor
the occasion. Ht#«*hll games . unao indulged in unlit late in the. cu-mng,
when refreshments were served. Miss
Newcomo und Mrs. Satidersou assisted
Mr*. frauit r in eiHeirtaii.irg.
Amiiiil! those [trt'iei.l Wen* Mesdames
Peek, Powers, "Bryant, KahVIeiiou:
Mioses Newcomc. Gurnet*. Wright.
I lining. LauVa and Mary ll\ »!•-, Culh-
hcrlson, iNfk. Kvans, Henry, Sue* t-
| l»e a largc'crop