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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Perhaps and Boreas the Only Favorites That Won Out. MR. JINGLE SURPRISES THEM. April Won the Hurdle Race, but Was Disqualified for Losing Weight. Entered to be sold for $400 imp. Ivy was bid op to $SOO, at which fignre her owner retained her. .here was little or no demand for the horses of J. Talbot Clifton when put up to be sold at Killip &. Co.'s sale yesterday, and after two of the animals had been bid in the sale was de clared off. Goodwin Bros, of New York, publishers of the official turf guide, will shortly publish a book that is a novelty of its kind, that must certainly interest all of a speculative turn of mind, especially those with a leaning toward the turf. The title of the book in question is "How to Win or Lose Money on a Small Cap ital." In it is treated the different "systems" of beating the horses, as well as an exhaustive treatise on handicapping and the art of book maKing. This very useful aid to the turfman will be issued both cloth and...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

10 A PUNCH-MADE "PULL" Mrs. Chadwick Mixed Drinks That Reached the Hearts of Big Men. THEY LIKED HER HUMBLE BAR. That Explains the Mystery in the Interesting Case of the School Janitress. Mrs. Chadwick's "pull" is out — that is, it's not exactly "out" because it's such a quiet, deep ami unobtrusive "pull," but it has been located, and line some other oc cult things it has only been partly under stood. M"rs. Chadwick is the La Honda Schoo' janitress who makes such fine milk punches according to Director Scott who knows good things, and whose $20 a month job is so strongly fortified that two valiant but vain efforts to part it and her have nearly wrenched the School Department to pieces. The first effort was to get the job away from her to give to another deserving woman who had friends. It succeeded i hat time two years ago, but two weeks later the director who got her out quietly mi aed for a reconsideration. The present effort is to get her away from the job, and it was made by the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

SHE STILL TRUSTS HIM Mrs. Lulu Jamieson Writes of Her Lochinvar in Loving Terms. HER DIVORCE IS DELAYED. Mr. Jamieson Changes Attorneys and a Mlsslner Paper Makes Trouble. Mrs. Lulu Gertrude Jamieson, carried off from Victoria, B. C., to Mexico City by J. Arthur Turner and there abandoned by him, still clings to her infatuation for her Lochinvar. Yesterday Laughlin P. Jamie son, her husband, prosecuted his applica tion for a divorce from her, and the follow ing pathetic letter, received by a lady friend, shows that his wife's attitude is all in favor of a decree : ___ Mexico City, May 17, 1895. Dear tnend: lour very long letter came yesterday, bo I hasten to answer. I read your first letter, and of course it hurt me very much. Hut what is done can't be undone. lam alone, but I have thought it over and 1 won't come to California, lean do just as well here. lean live more "quietly. But of course I hadn't my divorce, and people Mill not help me until I get it. lam getting discouraged. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

12 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL.- BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Caxx— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every night In tMe year. BRANCH OFFICES— SSO Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock. S39Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open ur.til 9 o'clock. 2518 Mission street, open until 0 o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. CIIUKCII NOTICES. B^g=~ GR A C E M ." E."cH U V COR?'cAPP Itj^ and Twenty-first sts.— Rev. E. McCllsh, D.D., pastor. Preaching by Henry Varley at 11 a. m. subject: ''God's Will In Regard to Man; Man's Will in Regard to God. Preaching by the pastor at 7:45 p.m. Subject- -'Christianity as Old as Crea- tion and a Part of Creation." Members of Em- manuel Baptist Church will worship with the peo- ple of Grace M. E. Church. Baptist Sunday- school at 12:30 p. M. O^S= SIMPSON MEMORIAL METHODIST B?-» Episcopal Church, cor. Hayes and Buchanan Ms.— Rev. ...

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

CITT REAL ESTATE, p H. VMBBEIT^CO~ '""*""" " REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, Office and Salesroom, 14 Montgomery st., near Market, San Francisco. Call and obtain on* of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties for sale in all parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. ©1 a (\f\f\ CORNER ON HYDE ST.: nice O-»-^fc«UUU. residence of 19 rooms, etc.; lot 60 x 71:3; part of the lot vacant: both streets l ac- cepted by the city. , nil rAA MISSION-ST. BUSINESS PROP- -Si)±I.OUU. erty; 2 houses and lot 45x122:6. CrOOAA GILBERT ST.; BAY-WINDOW C-'-vU. cottage of 6 rooms; lot 25x80. C9jrnA A BARGAIN; A NEARLY NEW <s~*O\J\J . bay-window cottage of 5 rooms and bath; otone walks; brick foundation, etc.: rents for $26 per month; near several lines of cars; lot 25x100;. York St.; easy terms. ©in AAA BUSINESS PROPERTY IN a tjp-LU.UVJU. rapidly improving neighborhood near Market st, ; building and lot 26x59:9. q»£»nAA A NICE 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW tJ)U' 'UU. reside...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

14 HOUSES TO LET. 9^OfTcALIFORXIA-7 ROOMS, BATH, $40. _.« )_,\ I 908 Guerrero st.— B rooms, bath, $ 40. 726 Shotwell si. -9 rooms, bath. $30. 2726 Mission St.— 9 rooms, bath. $2i 50. '; 134 Fifteenth St.. near Howard— 6 rooms, bath, §20. 2324 Folsom St.— 6 rooms, bath, stable. $20. W. H. CRIM & CO., 118 Montgomery st. IQI HYDE-16-ROOM HOUSE AND BATH; I'll lodging: rent reasonable. O'FARRELL _ CO., 11 Montgomery St. /I'm POST. OPPOSITE FIRST COXGREGA- t:OV» tional Church— Good location for doctor or dentist; low rent to a cood tenant. Apply to G. H. 1 UMBSEX & CO.. 14 Montgomery st. j 01 »-)i PERRY— BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 4 ! _. 1 _.■.» rooms and basement: water free: rent re- 1 duced. Apply to G. H. UMBSEN _ CO., 14 Mont- gomery si. • LITEST STYLES IN HOUSES TO RF.NT AT JU BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery. r-BOOM COTTAGE. BATH: 81*. 38 DAME O St., near Church and Thirtieth. UXNY 2-stob's house, 6 ROOMS. IN good repair. 323% Minna st. -14 I ELLIS— HOUSE, 7 ROOMS AND JL_-_J:i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Lady Chosen President of the Fourth of July Celebration. MRS. C. W. HOWARD DECLINES. P. J. Tormey Will Represent the Whist Club at the Minneapolis Congress. Oakland gave the new woman substan tial recognition last evening, when the committee having in charge the coming Fourth of July celebration elected Mrs. Charles W. Howard president of the day. The committee, which is composed of the substantial business and professional men of the city, met at the Merchants' Exchange and was presided over by D. C. Brown. "When the question of naming a presi dent waß taken Up Dr. Mayon took the floor and announced that it was high time that the ladies were given a chance to show what they could do as the executive head of the celebration. He thought that a lady of recognized standing and ability could give more time and attention and fill the place better than many men of business, who would be compelled at times to neg- Jeot the celebration to look after their own affairs. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

16 THE GIRLS` HIGH SCHOOL Graduates' Diplomas Con ferred Upon 80 Young Ladies. A NEW ASSEMBLY HALL. Recitations and Music by the Pu pils—A Reception to Friends of the School. The crowning event in the public school calendar took place wnen some eighty young ladies were graduated from the High JSchool Jast evening. Long before the hour appointed, the three entran to the school were thrown open to admit the large number of friends and relatives of the graduates, who were glad lo witness the exercises. The immense stage, capable of seating 150 people, was decorated with palms, Bermuda lilies and ferns. Potted plants FAIR YOUNG GRADUATES AT THE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL. [Sketched last night by a "Call " artist] were ranged before the footlights and the stars and stripes covered the walls. Round the music- 1 conductor's stand was twined a long cl -in of ivy, terminating in a wreath at its base. The visitors were shown to seats by junior gu -s of the High School, who were robed in white, with w...

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

BIG GUNS AND FLYING MACHINES A TALK WITH MAXIM, THE INVENTOR, LONDON, ETC., May 5, 1895.— 1 dined with Mr. Maxim a few days ago at his house at Baldwyns Park, Bexlcy, and could not help contrasting as a signiticent feature of the affairs of nations, the palace of the gunmaker of to-day and his personal im portance with the grimy quarters and the humbleness of his predecessor of a century ago. Mr. Maxim is a private business man not officially connected with any Govern ment, yet he knows more about what is going on in the war departments of the nations of the world than almost any other man. Were he not a good man and true how valuable the information he might be prevailed upon to impart would be to any statesman in Europe. Mr. Maxim was born in Maine. His Bge I do not know, but judge him to be 50. His silver hair is brushed straight up and back and corresponds in color with his moustache and beard. He is above me dium height and has a frame of enormous Btrength. His eyes and complex...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

18 FORT FRAYNE CHAPTER XVl— Continued. "I've got to go, Rorke," said Ormsby, briefly. '"In all my years in our regiment, I've never missed an inspection or a re view, and mighty few drills have I failed to be there. They'd forgive me for staying here for the honor of the Seventh, and a sure thing of a fight, but nothing less, and the colonel says there's no light here— only another surround and capture and escort home. "Why, Big Road's drunk!" "Ay, a}*, sorr; and if the colonel was Irish, as was him that preceded him — by brevet, and how, and the love of ivery Irishman in the Twelfth — he'd know that an Indian's never so full ot right as whin he's full of whisky. There isn't room in Big Road's akin for another noggin', sorr. Jlis people will drag him after the village. The cowboys will jump them up the range. It'll bring on a general row, and our carbines will be crackling along Trooper Creek by noonday to-morrow or I'm worse than a Jew — I'm a bureau agent!" "How'd you get out here...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

A PAGE FOR WOMEN The latest Paris fashion notes state that skirts are by no means decreasing in width, as a well-known designer has recently used j eighteen yards for the skirt of a black- j spotted satin, which has a box-pleated j back and the front is adorned with a large i bow. Stole ends descend from many j bodices, and never before have such beau- | tiful buttons been seen, for instance, pearl buttons are set in steel or jet, and china painted miniature buttons are with but a metal rim. Then there is a new mother of-pearl pailette, which, mingling with others, has the most unique effect in em broidery. Crimped silk gauzes in brilliant colorings are much used for dresses, bodices and sleeves. One of Paquin's prettiest models for the season is a gown having a skirt of cerise silk, with a fine black line stripe; the bodice, white chiffon back and front, with a shaped trimming of black net, covered with steel, and an applique of the finest Brussels point. Attached to this were squa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

20 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— *B per year by mall ; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL— »I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL-«l.#> per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhlnel&nder building, Rose and Pnane streets, New York. ' THE SUMMER MONTHS. . Are you 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 JUNE 2, 1895 Nothing exceeds like excess. Vanity is the egotism of folly. Uncharity is a form of suicide. Envy has rattles and a forked tongue. To live leisurely without getting lazy is a fine art. A cynic is one who mistakes caviling for wisdom. The cherishing of grief is the dissipation of the weak. The smile of the fruit-grower is expand ing every...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

SOCIETY Weddings. I Engagements. Summer resorts. The artists' reception. Mills commencement. The Irving Scott reception. Stanford's Closing exercises. St. Margaret's school musicale. Mrs. Auzerais and her amateur company at the California to-morrow evening. The following engagements have been an nounced: Isaac Gillert and Miss Fannie Leon. James M. Brown and Miss Alice Scott. R. F. Stewart and Miss Mabel E. White. i .< orge A. Merrill and Miss Sadie McKie. Walter J. Dyer and Miss Florence Bauer. J. H. Rothgeber and Miss May Dennison. H. G. Ponting and Miss May Biddle Elliott. Dr. Maurice W. Brown and Miss Hattie Mc- Kee. Herman L. Fabry and Miss Anna yon Gerza bek. Lieutenant William H. Bertsch and Miss Emilie Alice Tripler. THE WEEK. * Sa^ EPORTS from the summer resorts IS^ show larger numbers of visitors than « ■ \3 ever before at this time of the year, and they are all expecting the liveliest season they have ever had. More San Franciscans are making long outings each year, an...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

22 The theachers Jules Levy is still at the Orpheum. Sine* Worth died new actresses are scarce. A theater for Nat Goodwin is one of the pos sibilities. All actresses paint, but only the best of them draw well. George E. Lask returns to the Tivoli with "?hip Ahoy." This is the last week of the Liliputians at the Baldwin Theater. There will be special electrical effects at the water carnival this week. There is a movement on foot in Chicago to close the theaters on Sunday. The Liliputians will appear at the Macdon ough Theater on the 10th inst. Negotiations are pending for the engagement ot a new contralto and basto at the Tivoli. The Columbia Theater will present a "curtain-raiser" before the "Arabian Nights." The melodrama at Morosco's this week is pro duced under the author's* personal supervision. Lillian Lewis' courage must be admired. She Is to do Cleopatra lor twenty weeks next season. Frederick Warde has decided to make "Runnyincde" his principal play for the coming reason. A ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

In Childhoods Realm Slumber Song. In the winged cradle of sleep I lay My darling gently down ; Kissed and closed are the eyes of gray Under his curls' bright crown. Where, oh where, will he fly and float In th« winged cradle of sleep? Whom will he meet in the worlds remote, Where he slumbers, soft and deep? Warm and sweet as a white blush-rose, His (mail hand lies in mine, But I cannot follow him where lie goes, And he gives no word nor sign. Keep him safe, ye heavenly powers, In dreamland vast and dim! Let no ill, through the night's long hours. Come nigh to trouble him. Give him back when the dawn shall break, With his matchless baby charms. With his love and his beauty all awake, Into my happy arms! Celia Thaxtteb, Little Pitchers. "A chiel's among you takin' notes," quoth Robert Burns. And what a sermon TWO LITTLE HOME BODIES. [Drawn from a photograph.] and aa awful warning is spoKen In that soft poftic phrase. So alert, so omnipresent are the children that if oue would escape t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

24 ACROSS THE GLACIERS AND BENEATH THE PALMS DOWN THE FROZEN YUKON. A Dog=Sledge Journey of Nearly Four Thousand Miles. SEATTLE, May 29.— A dog-sledge trip of 4000 miles down the vast extent of the frozen Yukon is the feat just accomplished by Guy C. Merrian, a United States cus toms inspector for Alaska. It surpasses the undertaking of Lord Lonsdale a few years ago, and fitly compares with the famous journey of Lieutenant Fred Schwatka in his search for the remains of Sir John Franklin ana his men. Schwatka was absent from .1878 to 1880, and made a sledge journey of 3251 statute miles, while Merrian has far passed that mark and broken the midwinter record for travel in the frigid re_'ion of the pole. In point of hardship and demand for intrepidity his trip parallels the explorations of Living stone and Stanley in the heart of Africa. Passengers from Sitka to Juneau on the last voyage of the steamer City of Topeka were insensibly attracted to a tall, athletic, distinguished looking ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THK MARKETS. • Twenty-two Failures last week. Silver steadier. Bank Clearings still decrease. Syndicate Wheat boms shipped away. Reduced stocks of Barley, Oats, etc. . ■ Hay weak. Beans unchanged. , Potatoes and Onions very plentiful. Butter and Egga unchanged. Cheese in excessive supply. Not much Poultry came in. Oranges lower and demoralized. Berries higher. Currants weak. Cherries selling' better. Provisions continue slow. Further advance in Leather reported. . Hops dull as ever. ■\VEATIIER BUREAU REPORT. I'NiTKn States Department of Agbiccl/- Tl-RE. WtATHKII Bureau, SaN Francisco, June 1, 1895, 5 p. if.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The following maximum temperatures are re ported this evening ftom California stations: Knreka, 54 degrees: Red Bluff, 74: Sacramento, 74: San Francisco. 63: Fresno, 76; San Luis Oblppo, 68; Los Angeles, 65; San Diego, 62; Yams. 80. Fair weather has prevailed during the last twelve hours west of the Rocky M...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 June 1895

26 Kennedy Bankrupt Stock '";* « f%f^%! n Kennedy Bankrupt Stock no/no C ° RPOIUTEDJ ' C^ I iff fs^ X^^ S\ " ' i^T^ X^ ' <^ <^SpCRATED} 937, 939, 941 Market Street, fjk Ptfcej//\ \ m n4 ill 937 939, 941 Market Street, SAN FKANCI S CO. 17^ \WiW^W[W W^K> S» |\ \ ' ? 6l l ' NOW FOR ONE OF THE BIGGEST BUSIEST WEEKS OF ** /A Jtmr/amA/nnrJ, 77^^,,/V^ 7#,,r< fvb/JL for- MV\ i^UR BEAUTIFUL CREPONS HAVE BEEN MARKED TO THE SALE, and the last week at that. Ordinarily |V .Oun€ktj^ro^yJuejO7fJf^at //tuft Tr/M^Jor s<^ S3 11 less than one-half their original price, because we are merchants expect to do the largest business during the (g J) Wr®sk I /Si I I #& ~\ *%?x\s& \^^ overstocked with them. They should have arrived in first week of a special sale, but we expect a great rush dur- £z» // Ojs I I Qj) I(0 I (> X (C 9 February— we got them in April. Those lovely billowy silk ing the last week nevertheless. Why so? you ask. Here's . y<^7 s=^^^^^^^z^^^^^^r^ r '■ -"'^v^^^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII^SO^jif TALES OF SURVIVORS. Terrible Struggle of the Colima Victims for Life. DEATH OF THE WHITINGS Washed From the Raft Which Carried Sutherland to the Shore. THE MAIL COMPANY CENSURED. Seamen Declare That Top-Heavi ness Caused the Wreck of the Steamer. MAZATLAN, Mex., June 2 (via Noga les).—Third Officer Hausen gives a graphic account of the wreck of the Colima. He arrived here on the San Juan, and possibly is the one surviving officer of the wrecked 6teamsnip. This is the story which he re lated: "I was standing on the weather side of the pilot-house when the Colima shipped a heavy sea. She would not mind her rud der, and, though the engines were work ing smoothly, got into the trough of the sea and could not get out. "Captain Taylor and Chief Officer Grif fiths were on the bridge doing all that was possible to head out to sea, first with a slow bell and then with full speed, but without success. "About 10 :45 o'clock we were struck by a terrific squall. The high se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

2 FAIR PAJARO VALLEY One of the Most Fertile Sections in the World. THREE CROPS A YEAR. The Climate Is Equable and the Water Supply In exhaustible. WATSONVILLE ITS CENTER. Strawberries Shipped Nine Months of the Year— The Home of the Apple. WATSONVILLE, Cal.. May 27.— Down through the beautiful valley of frait — Santa Clara— turning at Gilroy into a picturesque pass, along a winding river, the traveler comes into the comparatively fcmall valley of Pajaro, which is one of the wonders of the world, because of its ex- treme and unequaled fertility. Without fear of successful contradiction, it can be affirmed that the yield per acre is greater in Pajaro Valley than in any other locality of this State or land. Pajaro stretches out on either side of the Pajaro River, which separates Monterey from Santa Cruz County. This 50,000 acres of foothill and valley land of unexcelled fertility, which lies partly in Monterey and HOME OF G. H. BEEWINGTON IN THE SUBURBS OF WATSONVILL.E. partly in Sant...

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