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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 May 1895

FREDERICKS PLAYS INSANE The Murderer Howls and Raves in Court Before Judge Murphy. BROUGHT TO BE SENTENCED. His Absent Attorney Is Cited for Contempt— Sentence De ferred. There was a dramatic scene in Judge Murphy'scourt yeiterday.where the Sheriff had been ordered to produce the body of William Fredericks, that he might be re- FREDERICKS MADE A DESPERATE STRUGGLE BUT WAS SUBDUED BY THE OFFICERS. [Sketched by a "Call " artist.] sentenced for th* murder of Cashier Her- • rick. Fredericks, during the last few months j of his incarceration in San Quentin State ' prison, has been giving evidences of in sanity which hare been regarded by the ■ authorities with some skepticism. His i transfer to San Francisco was marked with violent ebullitions in the line of insane ; ravings and the same line was notably ac- \ centuated in the bearing of the prisoner on , his production in court yesterday. Owing to the non-appearance of his at torney, Fredericks was not sentenced yes terday. Captain Eage...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 May 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. '.i . ' . v Eighty-eight In res in April. • \ ;.'■ '■':■: ..: ,'; Quicksilver advanced again- '" : • •. .• :; Nut Oil weaker. ■.".•;"■::;■;.-.;': ■"•■•"•-■.-';:....; "•'-.•.'.'" '■ ' Grain Bags continue firm. '■'..-.:■' j'. ;:' ; - -...:•.• ; ■' Fine export call for Flour. ' ':•::■■ A ".-•..•' ;. -. :. Wheat dull. Freights firm. .'.:.'- •-.-.; „.••:',.. Sliver weak. '.-. •'. 'V-.:- • • • "•': • •*■ ;'•''.;• :v-'.:.. Barley. Oats. Corn and Rye qalet."";.v'.. • » •"• ■: Hay lower. v Bran firm .. .-.-.-.'. iv :',■-'■'. ■• ..... ■:. • Beans weak. Seeds neglected. -.\ ' ■.-■■?..:. .'•■.-'. . Potatoes lower. Onions unchanged. •• .■'■":■■; .' .Green Peas and String Beans declined. •:-.■:• ■;.'■' .-. --"; Butter and Cheese in large supply. •'., ;,.:-: '. -.". : Eggs slowly tend in? up. '■■;";. :■' '.•..".•".••.'•••'. ' .'.- '. A car of Oregon Poultry In. '_.••'':.'.-. :• ..-.-" V.'/.'.' : ■". Green Apples and Apricots arrived. :■..'. .■; "';.'...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS > . Jacob o - Samuels Was a De "-. . faulter in More Places " ■„■ '• Than One. A SALVATIONIST CONVICTED. „•:■-:• • • • ■ •-' .- '. : '" •-: ■• -- '■' ;..••■ ■•:••.•-, ." . ';•:. : •.' •' - ":=;. .= •"•' ' '■'..• •.' ••""•.' ■;• -, . ■' ■.'■ •'■ ■ Assessor Dalton , Raises the Rail :"•■. road—Oakland High School . : -!" .: Relay Team. . Jacob Samuels, whose shortage as secre tary of the ; :Chevra Kadusha Society was reported yesterday',- seems to have . fallen into disrepute with the Jewish t>opulation of Oakland on account, of his manipula tion 'of' the f rinds of three organizations : to which he belonged. • -. Several; years ago, while acting. as secre tary of Pacific Court of the order of Forest ers,, he was discovered to be short quite a .large' amount in his accounts and a settle ment was demanded of him. He put the .matter off from time to time on the prom- that he would refund the money in a few days, and the members allowed: him time to settle." .. :...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 May 1895

14 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS, I " ' Patrick D. Kelly to Jane Kelly, lot on E line of Noe strt-et. 80 Sof Thirteenth (Ridley) street, 25 by E 100: also lot on S line of Thirteenth street, 74 ■X of Waller. E24by 8 100: .gift., v:. . ' ■'■ • i;.' - : MelvlnaL., Clara : M. and George L. WilsOn to ■ '■Charles 11. Sherman, lot on SIC line of Bryant street 275 XX of Second. NX 69,'SE 137:6, 8W 3 inches, SE 22:6, SW 68:9, NW 1C0: *10: •,- • j ■'■:'■ Henry -.and ! Rosalie J. - Columnat :to. Charles -Sch roth, lot on Xv line of Shipley street, 340 SW of Fifth, SW 25 by 76; $10. ....- .; ; . : .: v ■ Elliou J.Moore to Clara Kluge, Outside Land block 219, bounded by Clement street. Point ■:Lot>os. Thirty-eighth and-. Thirty-ninth avenues; ■•slo,'- •'• • - ■■:•-: -: •■■••■ .-'■■• ■-'• : :-:i---H ■ ' 11. C. and C. A. Bennett to E. McC. Weste, lots 136 and 138. Gift Map 1; $10. -... : „-: ;•-. , ;..:.• . • E. McC. West* to Maude H. Weste. same; $10. £ Arthur and Mattie E. McCurrle to Gilroy Mcr ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 May 1895

■■^r*^ CITY -REAL ESTATE. - . ' gOL GETZ * B^ estate OWNERS, ■ - •■-.'.:•■; Room A. first floor, Crockef .building, :.. ■-;• •■'■;■': Conw Market- ahd • Montgomery streets. -. ' -■•;.;' -■■'■ '... Headanarteis' for PaikJots. ''.' -'■ '„..' : /'-..?: Railroad* assure San Francisco's prosperity. .' : ■p ', iff. Bargains la-lot s. Call on ns, the owners. • = Wf 'ATI? *1 $200 4 to $500; HOB PARK LOTS • XU. .near 'ocean, park or Strawberry Hill; only $2* down at>d $s'monrh!y. '■-?- . . SOL tiETZ &B HO -room A..Crocker bniiaing. ''■ : - c^- iAA •'«. s©b» : $ coo -Ttf 100 for grade • .^-il'U/.lo;*; ready to build on; north and south cf park, near electric-cars; on very easy ■v.-.y^L'G'ET^r^-.'BR'O.f'i^ A, Crocker building. -< 1 i\(\ TO #359 . FOB BUILDING :. LOTS > iW cear .-JlisSslon st. and : electric-cars; only • ■ siO' ddnrri and $5 monthly..' "; • s :";i ;. . ;. ; 'J - . ■' ■'-; ; SOL GETZ & BRp.; room A, Crocker building. -. .'■■■■ ■-■•• "r^-Call for maps and diarrai...

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

16 STREETS TO BE LIGHTED Gas and Electric People Ignore the Order of the Super visors. THE COMPANIES DEFIANT. While There Is Money In the Fund They Will Stand by Their Contracts. When Supervisor Taylor at the last meeting of the Board of Supervisors made his doleful speech, in which he stated that the citizens of San Francisco would have to wander in darkness for the next six weeks ; that the gas and electric-light com panies would have to put out their street lights for that period of time, and that the $40,000 in the street-light fund would have to be used for other purposes, he evidently did not foresee he would be balked in his purpose. Neither did the other Supervisors, who, in a half-hearted manner, voted "aye" to the resolution to shut off the street lights. There was some surprise among the members of that body last night when they saw that their order had been totally disre garded by the light-furnishing companies, and that every gas and electric street light in the city wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVn.-NO. 158. HEALDSBURG'S TURN. Opening of the Pretty Carnival of the North. QUEEN EMMA CROWNED. Never Has There Been Such Rejoicing in a City of Sonoma. SUBJECTS SHOUT GREETINGS. In the Parade, Plaza and the Pa vilion Due Homage Is Shown Her Majesty. HEALDSBURG. Cal., May 16.— The triumphal march of California's carnival north from far Los Angeles reached Healds burg this morning, and the era of revelry here has begun. The city is thronged with visitors already. The perfume of roses, and the throb of music is in the air, and the rich colors of the festival, blue and gold, are everywhere. It has been a notable day in Healdsburg. She dressed herself up and laid her plans for a carnival that will take its place in the front rank of the splendid procession ol holiday affairs the spring has inaugurated. She invited the good people of the State to come and join in her merry-making, and they are arriving by every train that enters the city, and when they depart it will be to spr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

2 PACIFIC COAST NEWS A Murderer Seeks Aid From the Mexican Consul. PETALUMA-SANTA ROSA. Proposals for a Railroad Be tween the Two Points Under Consideration. EPISCOPAL WOMEN CAN VOTE. Broken Levees on the San Joaquln and Kings Rivers Have Caused Much Damage. SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., May 16.— Emilio Garcia, the condemned murderer, who is to be executed June 5 at San Quentin, has appealed to the Consul of Mexico to save him, Garcia is a Mexican, and has written to the Mexican Consul at San Francisco, asking him to interfere. District Attorney Daley has received a letter from the Consul Inquiring into the case, and asking for full details of the trial. Garcia claims that the trial was unfair, that he was not allowed to testify by his attorney and that he is not guilty of the brutal murder of "Chicken Jim" at Colton, for which crime he is soon to be executed, unless some power intervenes. PETALVXA TO SASTA. ROSA. Proposals to Build a Railroad Beticeen These Points Under Consideration. SANT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

FOR HONEST MONEY Plans Outlined by the Leading Champions of Silver. EDUCATION IS IN ORDER. Organization and the Distribu tion of Suitable Literature Advocated. METHODS TO CONVINCE VOTERS. All Are Agreed That Non-Partisan Methods Are Proper In the Campaign. SALT LAKE, Utah, May 16.— The silver conference met in its second day's session at 9:30 A- m., and immediately went into executive session to consider plans of ac tion. Various suggestions were made, sum marized as follows: The Montana delegates, -consisting of Messrs. jMerrill, Sargent and Bickford, were all of the same* opinion as to the plan, agreeing that honest -money leagues should be organized in! every precinct, county atvd State. These leagues should agree to a; specific plan of raising money to distribute literature throughout the Mid dle States; AH prominent mining compa nies should be asked to pay certain assess ments permonth to aid in the work. : Mr, Borah of Idaho agreed in the main with the plan proposed. He was op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

4 BUTTLING FOR A BABY Mrs. Amelia Costa Awarded Possession of Her Infant. WHICH ANOTHER WOMAN HAD. The Mother Claimed Her Child Was Wrongfully Taken From Her. A battle for the possession of a seven month-old baby took place In Judge Hunts department of the Superior Court yesterday. It appeared, from the complaint of Mrs. Amelia Costa, who had petitioned the court for the possession of her baby, which she claimed was unlawfully held by Mrs. J. Wiesmann, wife of the saloon keeper at 1940 Market street, that she is the natural mother of the child. According to the story of Mrs. Costa the child passed into the possession of Mrs. Wiesmann through the duplicity of the latter. It was alleged that Mrs. "Wiesmann, who was childless, went to the lying-in-hospital of Mrs. Rogers at 929 Howard street last October and arranged with the midwife to have the child of a Mrs. Coleman trans ferred to her. But the child unfortunately died and Mrs. "Wiesmann was in a wretched state of mind in consequenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

WOMEN TO MEET AGAIN — : :■: ,| Enthusiasm in Their Congress Aroused Throughout the State. THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE. Parties of Earnest Women Are Coming: From Several Towns In the interior. To judge from present appearances the second annual meeting of the Woman's Congress Association, which opens on Monday in Golden Gate Hall, will not only attract numerous women from San Fran cisco and its vicinity, but will also be the Mecca of women from all over the State. Mrs. George T. Gaden, the corresponding secretary, while discussing the congress, said: I am in constant receipt of letters from women in every part of California. Many of these ladle* are coming up in parties to attend the congress. There is a large auxiliary con gress commitiee, the ladies of which will; devote themselves to receiving visitors and giving them any information or assistance they may require. Mis<- Susan B. Anthony and Rev. Anna 11. Phaw are traveling together, and the entire board will meet ihem on Saturday....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

5 7 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. .-'/.'■ .• • .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— « 6 pi* year by mall; by carrier, 160 • per week. •■-=, . • . v ' i SUNDAY CALL— »I.SO per year. ; WEEKLT CALL— »I^O per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and .Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rblnelander ■; building, Rose and Puane street*, New York. ', • • ' ,-" '■'. .. ; THE SUMMER MONTHS. .: "■ " Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If .go; 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 Bnsiness Office. 710 Market street, ; will receive ' prompt attention. -• -,;,, : ; 1 FRrDAY .MAY 17, 1898 Well done, Healdsburg. The last festival i 3 the best. As time flies everything goes. The police are looking blue over their uniforms. Silver speaks out warmly, but gold is do ing the clam act. The blush of the May Queen is lovelier than a royal flu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

FRIDAY. -- ■■■■MAY 17,1895 CITY NEWS IN BEIEF. ■'. A contest to the will of Susan Crooks has been • filed, by her sonV^annel CroofcsT " . ' •'• The way passenger ticket arents perfected ; >. their ccrs past yesterday on rates. . . ■■■■ There were more :Bcanda!ocs revelations in :. tne LoorkiH^piers trial yesterday. ■ The '■■•• "triursday evening concert took ".place- }a>;. : &:....ht «t the" Art Institute. ; " '• . • The T*i » €Iro pissed , a fear "pleasAnt hoars law ey.e?ins:ii».«ntertauilng its lady friends. / .^An^ntertal^ent was given last night by . th* QeEtlepiaii's Sodality ■of St.- Irnauos ; (Lauren::.. ■••; -. . . . ■":..-, .1 " The- winners- at tie racetrack yesterday were' L*ba L, Amette, Morven, Miss BnekieV and ::Jjoac'ie 8... ■■": -.:■■■■ "■ '' i :\.-MiuUd Comss, ; the water front life-saver, •^•rescaew • three men ; yesterdar from droTninz . : i a bay. ''•.. • . ■ ■ ."• . SstrnelL Harrod, barber, 701 ■ Fifth avence, ■ ,w%s..arr|st*d;. yesterday for violating...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT TRACK. That Good Looking Youngster Leon L Downed His Field Handily. MORVEN WAS A GOOD THING. The Redhot Favorite Rear Guard Beaten Out by Miss Buckley. Leon L, the two-year-old brother to P&nway, was jilaycd to win the opening event. Miko Hennessy put up an excellent ride on the 25t0 1 shot, Del Norte. Mike is very far from being n "has been." Kd Purser, made two plays that did not pan out veTy remuneratively. He backed Rico for the place and had a good-s'.zed bet on Mantell to win. Judging by Rico's performance yesterday the Shannon gelding is sadly out of form. He was heavily backed for the place, but ran last all the way. ■. ' ■ Just after Starter Merrell dropped his flag on the fourth race Hinrichs on Red Glen pulled his mount up, lot-ing several lengths. It did not escape the judges, and he was fined $50 for his carelessness. Bookmaker Hay-den, who has been taking a hack at the horses from the talent's standpoint the last week, made his presence visibly f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

THE GRAND LODGES ELECT THEIR OFFICERS Quite Exciting Contests Decided in All of Them. CHARTER FOR REBEKAHS. A. M. Drew Carries Off the Grand Wardenship of the Odd Fellows. FORESTERS STAND ADJOURNED. The Conclusion of the Sessions Work Celebrated In a Grand Banquet. Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and Foresters were occupied nearly all day yesterday in electing their officers for the coming year; but little other business was trans acted. In the Odd Fellows' Grand Lodge the interest centered in the contest for grand warden, for which there were nine candi dates and which required two ballots to de cide, and also in that for grand Becretary. There were two spirited contests for office among the Rebekahs. For grand vice-president there were six aspirants and P. F. Gosbey, Grand Vaster I. O. O. F. George T. Shaw, Grand Secretary I. 0. O. F. A. M. Drew, Grand Warden I. O. O. F« two ballots were necessary. For grand treasurer there were three candidates. For grand secretary there was only one rival...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. ° g l Silver off. ' .. ■ _■': . : . '.'.','•"':. ° Wheat stationary. \\* ;V- ;>;-v ' '." ' :■-' ; o No change in Barley. / •' : • : ■ ' j = Fair call for Oats. '■ :. '' - " • ■..':■. •. o Corn quiet. Good demand for Rye. "-."."' \- ! Hay weak. Straw scarce.. .:- • ■. '\\ '}„ '-. Beans very dull. -. :-. ;' •'",_ • .";..'{. ,o- =.' Feedstuffs unchanged. »" . ... •■ ' • •'-..■•■ Fresh Fruits lower. ■" I Vegetables very plentiful. : . ! .. ;' "" '• Provisions unchanged. " .'. . . ".'; '• Sharp advance in Hides.. : '."-" ;ff||s|ii -° , ° Tallow fairly active. . . . . < ; ° Poult steady. -v ■. ' , . . ".' ' ° „ Butter, Eg;s ami Cheese unchanged. . ' ; -j 'V : Wheat freights stiff at 35s bid. ... '. '■ ■ . \ '■'' WEATHER BUREAU RErORT. • " , United ' States Dkpartment of- Aqkxctti/- ; ° TURK' Weatjtkr. Bubkau, (SAN Fbascisco, • 0 '. May 16, 1895, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast., -' .- -,'■.'■'". The following maximum t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. The Mystery of Sidney Smith's Death Fully Ex plained. STRANGLED HIMSELF. Commencement Exercises at the California College— Collins' Trial. : . : . •;•' The mystery regarding the death of Sid ;, ney Smith, the' Scotchman, who died at . Rawliris, Wye, and. whose body ; was ' •!" shipped to Oakland to friends whom he '.- was traveling from Scotland to meet, has " "been solved to the satisfaction of those who ° . Were interested in his fate. •' "\ .D/r.E. M. Paterson, who wrote to Raw ..]ins- regarding the matter, received an an swer yesterday, tfhich : removes " all doubt 1 ; that Smith committed suicide, and clears j "•'• the Union Pacific of all blame regarding i his demise. The letter was as follows : - Ra wires. Wyp., May 11, 1895. « ..-. "Dr. E. '31: Patcrtryn— Dear Sir: Your cour -1 teous letter of inquiry of the 7th inst. .at hand. , The mystery which the Associated Press dis patches .-speak of in relation to the death of Sidney Smith docs not exist, • The m...

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

12 ODDS ON THE GUN. A War Correspondent Tells of a Man Who Loved His Weapon. As the smoke lifted he muttered: "Hi told ye 'twas odds on the gun, sir. She's a 'oly terror. She's a powerful one." . Powerful? I looked down that ravine and drew back with a shudder of horror. If I were to try to report the scene it would not be believed. A squirming, groaning, torn and bleeding mass of human beings filled the ravine. Otherwise there was not a K.iilir in sight. "I suppose we'd better till up again," he muttered, nfter admiring the work of his pet. "Tiiere may be more will want a tastf. Hid be sorry to deprive 'em." Fill up? Hv all means. I went at re loadinjr the rifles as eagerly as the old gun ner himself. With a thing like that to help us we could hold the liill against all Africa. Tf the gunner himself had sug gested retreat then I should have refused -10 f/.ive up the gun. When all was ready we took our posi tions again and waited. "Maybe they've 'ad enough," he mut tered;* bat we wa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

'■■!''■{;' '/i :: CITY KEAt: estate.: [.y;~'. •^rtrTPTr^LITBUY^SOLbTS, 13 CORNERS, ■53250 llixlbaeaclr, and 17 inside lots, 120 x soofS'tV«ifc --AbtoPV Homestead Assn, San Mateo County. CHAKi I -«■ ' ! ~-' 1; '• 507 California.: 'a. <.-*<- 1\ KTrll - 100 x 120 FEET EACH;- -•S2ootno(celbtß In blocks 87 111,112, Uni- verslty Home Association. CHARLES C. FISHER, • 507 California: st/ ■:.■.'■' ■■.■■. ; „-,,n , H n sxloo FEET I-XACH: ONLY S I ;>0 2*lolB left : both corners: in Abbey Home- stead \ssociatirtn, rear of Holy Cross Cemetery. • (HA! rfi^(-?FfeuKH,. 507 California st. ■ "STi~Ai» " 25x100: LOT BLOCK 34.CITY LAND SI !!l, A^sociaiion; adjoining new racetrack pr'o'umis. CHA ■ I ES C. FISHER, 507 California. ' „■■, rriix' fcE. . ■•'.. OLD SAN JOSE ROAD •'O 1 OvJU:' and Kin=«ton live., nr. 30th St.; 29x88. ' CHARLI - ' ■ -'FISHER, 507 California st. . .. 'TnOll HALE - CHEAP. HOUSE, 6 ROOMS; :.J:batl): .stable: 30t' 22x117:6. 239 Chattanooga ' st.: no acent.: ' ■' ■ ■.. .'..•...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 May 1895

14 DEMAND PROTECTION An Important Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. TO HELP HOME INDUSTRY The Agricultural and Shipping Interests Are to Be Fostered. STIRRING ADDRESSES MADE. John P. Irish Opposed the Resolu tions as Being Politically Impracticable. One of the most important meetines of the year in Sari Francisco was held by the Chamber of 'Commerce yesterday after noon. It was cabled to consider the ques tion of a bounty on the exports of agricul tural staples and a tonnage bounty, or dif ferential duty, in favor of American ship ping, both of which industries are at pres ent unprotected. When the meeting was called to order by V ice-President Craig nearly all the available Beating room was occupied. Among the assemblage were many representative men from the interior of the State. The Hon. Thomas McConnell of (Sacramento and the: Hon. George Obleyer of Yuba Cit^ occupied eeats on tne platform on either side of. the chairman. ••.:■■: ■ . • Secretary Clement read letters from A. P....

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