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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

•_"_;■♦ CITY REAL. ESTATjE. qT^h. T7MBSRH * OoT HEAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS •.•■; • AND AUCTIONEERS, •;.•'• .14 Montgomery St., San Francisco. . ; CaU.and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," winch contains a list of properties for sale in all parts of the city. '••'. . . ' IMPROVED PROPERTY. © 1 d.(\(\ MISSION WARM BELT: NICE • iUW'. location; sunny line of Hill street; " 2-siory bay-window residence of 8 rooms and bath, ' etc.; Lot 25x114; easy terms. ii JAAA ELGIN PARK, NR. VALENCIA v iv'V'w. and Market s;s.; 2 flats, renting for $30 per month, and lot. BUSH-ST. INVESTMENT: TWO O *-'"♦'"-'• houses, one of two flats, and cottage; rents $44: brick' foundation: stone walks; both . streets accepted; 25x127:6; two frontages. (BjQO^n XATOMA ST.; RENTS $60 PER «jJ3 O~tJ\J . month : 3 two-story houses of 6 rooms and bath each; lot 50x75. CjKOXA 2 ELEGANT NEW BAY-WINDOW *£?«->— *JU. flats of 6 and 5 rooms and bath each: brick foundation : all modern improvements: rents $42 ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

14 BUSINESS CHANCES C "^PBi S ; iPAL ST RE «JpD_iO. half block from Market; no night work; owner going to Europe; a chance to secure a good business for halt its value. P. A. DOLAN & SONS. 632 Market, room 2. . - COFFEE-SALOON, NORTH AND NEAR \J Market; clearing about $150 a month; full satisfaction given; price reasonable. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. COFFEE SALOON ANDCREAMERIE; FIRST , V class; few blocks from Call Office: receipts $60 to $S0; reasonable. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. L' AUNDRY ROUTE. CLEARING $17 WEEK; horse: wagon. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery MIDDLE-AGED EASTERN LADY WANTS gentleman with means as partner in a lucrative business. Address B. _ , box 66. Call Oiiice. j,.QnA GOOD-PAYING SALOON: OWNER cM Ml has other business; the business speaks for itself. '/.. 8. WOOD .v CO., 917 Market St. <_QCA A FINE "MEAT -MARKET; FULL ♦JpOtlv". value; doing a good business; trial given. Z. S. WOOD A CO., 917 Market st. • CIGAR-STAND; CITY FRONT, COR. HAR- VJ rison and St...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS "Capitano Garibaldi" Killed by a Southern Pacific Engine. END OF A aUEER CHARACTER. Mayor Davie Watching the Electric Roads — Drowned In the Bay. Ghrizzo Lorenzo, better known as Capi tano Garibaldi," one of Oakland's many queer characters, was killed by the "fly" engine on the broadgauge local at about U:o0 o'clock on Friday evening. The en gine, in charge of Conductor Lidell and Engineer Goff, was running to the mole to bring up the last local, and neither of the railroad employes knew that they had run over a man until they were told of it on their return trip. It is believed that the deceased, while in toxicated, lay down on the track and went to sleep. ■ (apitano Garibaldi," who was once an officer in the Italian army, left Italy, for political reasons, about twenty years ago, and settled in Oakland, where he followed the occupation of a gardener. He bore a striking resemblance to the Italian soldier, whose name he adopted, and prided himself in dressing as ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

16 TRUE AMERICAN MUSIC Ysaye Wonders What Becomes of the Native-Born Violinists. WHY HE ONCE PLAYED BACH. A Strange Reason for Hoping His Own Children Will not Be Virtuosi. Ysaye arrived by the overland train yes terday morning, and before he had been four hours in the city he had made a dis covery which filled him with satisfaction. French tobacco — the genuine French to bacco that he smokes at his home in Brus sels — is to be procured here, and when I was admitted to the great pianist's presence I found him overflowing with good will and at peace with the whole world, not except ing a departing visitor, who had heroically been trying to interview him in English, a language of which the jovial musician has a choice vocabulary of about twenty words. "IN EUROPE A GIRL MUST BE A PRINCESS OR A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR," EXPLAINED YSAYE. [Sketched for the "Call" during the interview yesterday afternoon by Nankivell.] "You pardon me, yes, if I smoke?" he said in French, tilling a little blacke...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

HOW OLD ROMER LEFT THE NAVY George Romer said he was going to leave ] the.na.vy. He told it all around the ship — ' aloßg the- fore and main topmen's pang ways, and even spread it over the to'gal lant forecastle. Down in the comparative calm of the waist, .'or amidships, where the bulwarks are high and hide the sea, any yarn can be passed along and at least be treated with some respect, even if not accepted as ortho dox. . But up on the to'gallant forecastle, where the wise old men of the ocean con gregate — a region airy, railless and ex posed—where the winds sweeping full and free blow everything that is not fastened down overboard, including poetry, romance and sentiment, a theory or anything not as solid as a topsailsheet bitt has no clinging- Itlace. And what idea could be more base es:-. sentimental and unsubstantial than the idea of leaving a ship — the only place of refuge, of security, rest, peace and joy? It was a conception not at home on the to'gallant forecastle. Ah, th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

18 FORT FRAYNE CHAPTER XI. Just as first call for tattoo was sounding, (no one having thought to tell the or derly trumpeter that, both on account of the holiday and the unexpected duty for the garrison, "rules were suspended") a long column of cavalry wound away through the shimmer of the snowy moon light and disappeared from sight along the flats below the post. Fenton and Wayne, with four of the six troops, had ridden down stream for a ten-mile march. His object was to bring Big Road, with his little village, warriors, women, chil dren, ponies, dogs, dirt, and all, within the lines of the reservation of Fort Frayne. Once there even cowboys dare not molest them, and no self-appointed sheriff could impose his authority. With all Thorpe's bluster. Fenton felt reasonably assured that even in so turbulent a corner of 'Wyoming, the hustlers could not muster in force sufficient to warrant an attack that night. Big Road's braves were few in number, but they were fighters to a man. Their ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

A Page For Women. Now that so many are preparing to leave for seaside and mountain resorts, not a few are taking preparations to counteract the effects of sun and wind, but women cannot be too cautions in the use of face lotions and powders. Recent chemical analysis of hair dyes and cosmetics shows an appalling lack of conscience in their in gredients. Out of many samples examined at official laboratories not one was free from lead. Of thirteen face lotions, ten were found to contain corrosive sublimate. Women should use such harmless things as borax in the water to eoften it, or a few drops of ammonia, and the best soaps to be had, returning if they must with freckles a^d sunburn, for these are cer tainly good indications, and in the end the complexions which have not been irritated with cosmetics will last the best; besides, if the general health is good there will not be much the matter with the skin. A famous beauty noted for her wonderful complexion confided to a friend that it...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

20 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »O per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— #I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— 11.00 per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific Slates Adver tising Bureau, Rbinelander building, Rose and puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a .vacation ? If bo, it is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. SUNDAY MAY 12," 1895 Ho for the white wings. The world is a picnic resort. Too much good living spoils the liver. Understanding is the measure of charity. Self-gratification is a lonely sort of dissi pation. The aim of the society beau is generally ft miss. Even Mrs. Grundy never hints at all she knows. If it were not for etiquette, society would be a mob. Some take...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

SOCIETY -.Seaside and mountain. . College commencements. The Press Club's ladies' night. " Loring Club's annual election. '■ The Hobart luncheon to Miss Mary Holbrook. • >'iH "Love on"; Crutches" at the navy 1 yard to-morrow. . ' ' Reception in Berkeley to Professor and Mrs. Whitney. ' Mount Holyoke students' reunion ; at Mills Seminary. The president's reception to the seniors at the State University. Tableaux for Girls' Exchange at the Palace Hotel next Thursday. James D. Phelan's dinner at the Pa cific-Union Club to Samuel G. Murphy. Mrs. Stanford to give a reception to the graduating to Samuel G. Stanford rs. Stanford to give a reception to graduating class of the Stanford The following engagements have been announced: Mr. Waldron to Miss Marie Durand. Milton Glass to Miss Sarah Kall wann. George R. Sneath to Miss Anna Lee James Mowbray R. Dundas to Miss Laura J. Phillips Dr. Frederick H.Stahieto Mrs. Rose Clarl Jeghers. • Viscount George de Benghem to Miss Edith M. Rhind. We...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

22 The Theatres Ysaye will be at the California this week. "Captain Swift," Haddon Chambers' ro mantic drama, will be the attraction to follow "Sweet Lavender" at the Columbia Theater. A season of theatricals will be inaugurated at the Alcazar Theater this evening by the James Ward company. Morosco's Grand Opera-house returns to sensational melodrama to-morrow evening. The Calitornia Theater will be closed for a week after to-night's performance. It is ten years since the next Tivoli operetta, '•Hand and Heart," was played in San Fran cisco. Meyer Cohen, the California barytone, will sing at the Orpheum this week. A floating theater has been launched at Bos ton, which will be towed to Bar Harbor, Coney Island and other places during the summer. "A Dog in the Manger" is the title selected by Charles H. Hoyt for the entertainment in which his wife. Caroline Miskel, will be the central attraction next season. Joseffy, the pianist, has had his plans much broken up by the burning of his ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

In Childhoods Realm 'i . '. BLANKET . STREET. Oh come with me, baby, rt> Blanket street j^ 'Tis a famous place, dear, for tired feet. ■ ' Up Stairway Hill. across Landing Ridge, Past Banister lane and then "Kissing Bridge," -Where somebody always you're sure to meet. Over the bridges, and at last we are there, - Right i.i the middle of Little-crib square. ■ .* The street is as white-as the driven snow, ; '•'•But. warm like tin? blossom-time snow, you ,'• •., know— • •-'".; ■"'•i; : ; », Warm to toes that are soft and pink and bare. '-. Aha speaking of toes, 'tis In Blanket street •That the Five Little Piss so often meet; And the. littlest always goes squeak, squeak, " '..'■ 'squeak,' " ■ • Though the weather never is cold and bleak, - For 'tis always summer in Blanket street. ■ And tbe'yellow bird talks as well as sings, ■ And the bumblebee hums, but never stings; : „ Ann the love-lamps burn like stars all night. .'".'." Oh come, and be sure to listen right. For 'the Blanket-stre...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

24 ELECTRICITY ON THE WATER Ingenious Methods of Propelling Boats. NEW YORK, May 6, 1895.— "0ne of the I most important and at the same time least i noticed departments of electric science j is that which has to do with aquatics." i This statement is made by Thomas Com merford Martin, author of "Electrical i Boats and Navigation." Mr. Martin has , considered the subject from all its stand- | points. Hence he is competent to speak, i Thus beginning a conversation with the j present reporter recently, Mr. Martin con- ; tinned: "I think it can be said that we are in the middle of a swift evolution of electric- J boat building. Tims far the greatest j advance in the electric-boat building lias ; been made, I suppose, in the line of the i launch. Its greatest exemplification was ! witnessed at the Chicago Exposition. ' where electric launches were the most pop ular boats on the lagoon. Some of these boats have since been shipped to Venice, [ and there are now regular electric passen- j g...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD >.V SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. | ' '■ : , i 1 j '; :''Si!.vcr firmer. -;.Bjirrkc:oar.ns:s lose 065,000. '. J-uieve'n Failures hist week. \Vh'eat. and Barley dull. .... . ",' .Qftter Cereals slow. Ifa^- ..'-.iky. "Straw scarce. Bea<ns> weak and neglected. •nfctfliKtrflg unchanged. .' Old. Pptatoes very weak. '. OntQns no lower. ' ' -^'brisker and firmer. ■ B.itter and Cheese weak. •. ry unchanged. ■Strawberries and Cherries higher. String Beans lower. Provisions unchanged. ' Coal In sufficient supply. WEATHER. BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Agricci/ ti-kk. WKATH3EB BrEEAf, S AN FRANCISCO, Mbj- 11, 1895, 5 p. M.— Weather conditions and general forecast. . ■ ■ , :-r ■'■. The following maximum temperatures are re ported May 11. 1895: Eureka 68 deg.. Red Bluff 94 dep., Sacramento 88 deg., San Francisco 89 de?., . 1 rFS':o 98 deg M San Luis Obispo 88 deg., Los Angeles SO deg., San Diego 68 deg.. Yuma 102 deg. The pressure is highest in Montana and Wy...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 May 1895

26 • — 11 ■ — " - 11 ■ ■ j , . r . - , s - ■ ■ ■ . .-.-■• I SAN FRANCISCO'S BARGAIN FIESTA. i 937. 939 and 941 Market Street, *^ AlfiHT/i^T^^^fe. 937. 939 and 94' Market Street, 9 ex "37* yt3y «-nu,y4* iTidrivcL /\!unl V IA^I c^^SS^^^^^ 1 yo/^ y«jy £iiiv * y^i- 1 **vl *^liwvi, I San. Francisco. . „ *^^! ♦ *-l\N'M_J ™ / %fb •""^^^^" ' * San Francisco. I X~* OVERNOR BUDD, writing of the Floral Fiesta at, Santa 3<L^Jj ThF^^at^RAD^NS CANnIoT LAST/ A / ~ I GOVERNOR BUDD, festival of the Floral Fiesta at Santa Itf . tIf^DpS^AD^NS CArW LAST, A C OME ° f the best lines of the KENNEDY BANK- Rosa, says: -The festival to-day surpasses my expecta- J^f^ YoU HAD^BfjT^ [C^k HfRf 1 QU.CKLY. 1 OME Of the best lines of the KENNEDY BANK- -1 tions. • • « • The railroad company was compelled to stop iff* ' TriEY'Kf "60M(3 Mi6HTt PAJT *' - - ft \^^ RUPT STOCK have been reserved for these last I selling tickets, it had not transportation facilities to accommo- '^%h TrtfßE* ARTDRFJS-STUFf 3, siL<)**&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

The San Francisco Call. VOLUME LXXVH.- NO. 154. NEWS OF THE COAST A Former Los Gatos Man Murdered in Mexico. LOS ANGELES ROMANCE. An Heir to Millions Who Will Marry a Variety Actress. AT THE MAEE ISLAND YARD. Progress of the Work on Govern ment Vessels at the Naval Station. LOS GATOS, Cal., May 12.-Word has reached here of the killing of John P. Lemon, formerly of this place, in Chihua hua, Mexico. Mr. Lemon was employed as superintendent of the New Carmine mines in that State and was shot down by Mexicans. The cause of the crime has not been learned. Two other Americans were killed at the same time. MARE ISLAND XEWB. Happening* of the Day at the Govern ment Xaval Station. VALLEJO, Cal., May 12.— The Ben nington awaits orders for sea, which are being delayed for the evident reason that there is no particular place for ncr to go to, and that while lying at the dock the expense of oil and fuel is saved. The Thetis came up to the island Satur day. She is considered one of the most comf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

2 LODI AND SUBURBS Two Thriving Towns of Which San Joaquin Is Proud. MELON DISTRICT CENTER. A Fruitful Soil Which Yields Abundantly of Every Va riety of Produce. FINE TRIBUTARY COUNTRY. The Business Possibilities and Cli matic Attractions Which Should Induce a Rapid Growth. LODI, Cat.., May 12.— 1n the midst of the most prolitic grain and fruit sections of the far-famed San Joaquin Valley is LodL This prosperous town is 100 miles by the Southern Pacific from San Francisco, and is the terminus of the Valley Springs nar row-gauge road, which is the outlet of one of the richest mining districts in the State. A project is under way to build an electric road from here to Stockton Wharves fifteen miles away. "The Stockton-Lodi Terminal Railway Company" is headed by General Hartzell, a practical railroad builder, who has associated with him some Eastern capitalists. Rights of way are being se cured, and the active work of construction will soon be commenced. This road when completed will g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

HE ASKS A HEARING Minister Hazelton Is Not Anxious to Resign. VICTIM OF A MISTAKE. No Intentional Discourtesy to Admiral Meade in Venezuela. COULD NOT CALL ON STTNDAY. A Slip of the Pen Puts the Min ister In an Embarrassing Position. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 12.— The diplomatic trouble concerning United States Minister Hazelton, resulting from serious cha rges made by Admiral Meade, as given exclusively in the Associated Press dispatch, has been the absorbing theme to-day. Mr. Hazelton has received a dispatch fron Hon. B. B. Smalley of Ver mont, through whose influence he was ap pointed Minister to Venezuela, saying he would arrive in "Washington to-morrow to give personal attention to the matter. It is known definitely that Secretary Gresham, in a cable dispatch to the Minis ter, called for his resignation. The Minis ter desires to see the specific charges, and before tendering his resignation will en deavor to have his side of the case pre sented to President Cleveland. Assistant Sec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

4 THE JOY-RYER WEDDING. Commencement Exercises This Week at the State University. ENGAGEMENTS AS ANNOUNCED. Parties, Personals and Other So ciety News — The Alumni Banquet. The wedding of Hon. Charles F. Joy and Mrs. Elizabeth Ina Ryer took place on Saturday at St. Matthew's Church, San Mateo. The church was artistically deco rated for the occasion with freshly cut flowers. At 12 o'clock sharp the bride, leaning on the arm of her brother, Isaac Grant, en tered the church. Professor Henry J. Stewart played the "Wedding March' 1 from "Lohengrin" as they walked up the aisle. The bride was accompanied by her maid of honor, Miss Emma Fisher. Edwin W. Joy acted as best man for the groom. The rector of Trinity Church, Rev. George Edward Walk, was the principal officiating clergyman, lie was assisted by the Rev. J. R. de Wolfe Cowie, rector of St. Mat thew's. At the conclusion of the ceremony the organist played the Mendelssohn 'Wedding March." and to its strains the bridal party left the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Footpads Rob a Drugstore and Carry Off the Cash Box. THERE WERE THREE ROBBERS. The Reliance Club Relay Race. Profits of the Fabiola May Fete. One of the most daring robberies perpe trated in Oakland for many years past occurred at. Taggart's pharmacy, at the junction of Fourteenth street and Broad way, at 1 o'clock yesterday morning. The night clerk, E. L. Crum, was sitting in the store waiting for customers, when three roughly dressed men, one of whom wore a patch over his right eye, entered and asked him to apply a leech to the eye of the man with the patch, who had re ceived an injury which made such an operation necessary. Crum went to the rear of the place, followed by the men, who kept at his heels as he went behind the prescription counter, which is con cealed from the street by a high glass screen. As he turned to speak to them a revolver ■was thrust into his face, and the com- maud. "Hands up," followed rapidly. The clerk had no alternative but to obey, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— 46 per year by mail ; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL— *I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL-11.50 per year. The Eastern office of the WAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and J)uane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you (toing to the country on a vacation? If bo. it is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. MONDAyT. MAY 13, 1895 Ysaye is sufficient of a genius to be a .Bohemian. In the heat of the weather is the sweet ness of the fruit. A certificate of stock in the Valley road is a diploma of patriotism. Read of the enterprises In the State and Bee how California grows. The weather has been pretty warm, but the heart of the Silurian remains unmelted. There is a great de...

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