San Francisco Call, 9 AUG 1900
THE steamer John S. Kimbali; scheduled to sail for Cape Nome at 10 o'clock this morning, will carry one happy girl who goes with ] a stout heart, to face the hardships of .Alaskan life, because there she will meet her betrothed. Miss Rae Boas, daughter of Isador Boas, will take passage on the steamer and on the day of Its arrival at Nome she will be married to Fred Carter. . The groom-to-be was formerly manager of the sporting goods department of Newman & Levinson's. He was a member TO BECOME A BRIDE of the Olympic Club and Is widely known In San Francisco. Three months ago he went to Cape Nome to engage In a general merchandise business. He has prospered so well that he and Miss Boas nave decided to hasten^the wedding day. A large number of the friends of Miss Boas will gather at the wharf this morning to wish her godspeed and a quick voyage. She will go In company with Mrs. Cassius M. Coe, wife of, the former San Francisco newspaper man, who Is now editor and proprietor of the Nome Gold. Digger. . Mrs. Coe Is making her first trip to the great mining camp. WILL BE MARRIED IN FAB AWAY ALASKA.