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

NEWS OF TIE COAST. Delia Stigler Arrested on a Criminal Charge at Santa Rosa. A CLEVER JAILBREAK. Interest in the Beauty Con test at Visalia Continues Unabated. SALMON OFF SANTA CRUZ. A Fire Results In the Death of a Man and Fatal Injuries to a Woman. SANTA ROSA, Cal., June 2.— Mrs. Delia Stigler, a daughter of Mrs Norman Bugbee of this city, who was arrested Sat urday evening on the request of Chief of Police Glass of Los Angeles, charged with having obtained money under false pre tenses, was interviewed by a Call repre- sentative to-day. She gave her name as Mrs. May Hudson, but claimed to know nothing of the reason why she was arrested. Her husband was a railroad man and formerly resided in Los Angeles. He is now working on a farm near here. Mrs. Stigler is a tall, prepossessing lady, stylishly dressed, and looks sadly out of place in jail. Deputy Sheriff Dougherty, who made the arrest Saturday evening, said he had been waiting and watching for the lady to make her appearance for...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

4 DENVER'S EXPOSITION The Success of the Fair of 1896 Now Seems Assured. PROGRESS OF THE WEST. Mining and Industrial Re sources and Developments Will Be Shown. BUILDINGS TO BE PERMANENT. It Is the Intention of the Managers to Hold an Exposition Each Year. DENVER, Colo., June 2.— The mana gers of the proposed mining and industrial exposition have issued a statement to the public setting forth what has already been accomplished and what it is proposed to do. They say: The results to date of the canvass for subscriptions justify the statement that junnle financial aid will be obtained, and the selection of the site ends the important preliminary work of the committee and warrants the announcement that the suc cess of the expo&itidn is now practically assured. Active work will begin at once. Since the National Mining and Indus trial Exposition, held in Denver in 1882, which proved a great factor in the subse quent development of Colorado and Den ver, there has been no exposition of ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

MISS HARRINGTON'S MURDER A MYSTERY The Police Looking for I a Well-Known Rac ing Man. ROBBERY NOT A MOTIVE. Was There a Buggy in Front of the House During the Murder? SENATOR L. W. BUCK DYING- Conflicting Statements of the Neighbors Who Wish to Avoid Publicity. The heads of the Police Department worked assiduously yesterday in trying to unravel the mystery that surrounds the butchery of Miss Ellen Harrington, whose half-burned body was found in her apart ruents at 1017 Ellis street Saturday after ternoon. Captain Lees spent most of the day in going through the mass of correspondence found in Miss Harrington's room, and in examining the 300 or more photographs that belonged to her. In the morning the two sisters and brother-in-law of the mur dered woman came down from Sacra mento. These are Mrs. Josephine Jack son, the widowed sister and heir under the will of deceased, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Rae. They spent several hours in con sultation with Chief Crowley and Captain Lees, but ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL-W per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c per -week. SUNDAY CALX— SI.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhlnelander building, Rose and Paane street*, New York. THE SUMMER M JNTMS. Are you going to the country on a vacation ? If co, It is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you tor . you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. MONDAY : JUNE 3, 1895 California leads. Hurry is often worry. The Berkeley boys did us proud. Enterprise ripens with the fruit. All prospects encourage progress. What doesn't come our way gets lost. Precedent may be a shackle as well as a shield. Good crops will make a good year for every trade. Santa Cruz will be a mermaid on shore duty next week. There are no Silurians ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

MONDAY JUNE 3, 1896 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. Condensed City news on seventh page of the Call Brief City items are to be found on thi« page of the Call every day. The first anniversary of the Mission of the Good Samaritan was observed yesterday. The first Methodist Japanese church edifice in America was dedicated in this City yester day. The Morning Call nine defeated the crack St. Francis it-am by a score of 16 to 14 yester day. The Bunker Hill Association are making ar raugements for a grand celebration on the 14th inst. The Ziliani Musical Society will sing Auber's "Crown Kiamonds" next Thursday at the Cali fornia Theater. Four militia companies and two German shooting societies held shoots at Shell Mouna range yesterday. The series of games played between the Pa cific and Olympic baseball clubs was won yes terdey Dy the former. Time-tables of the railroad companies are published free of charge in the Oai-l for the ac commodation of readers. Tue work of laying the foundation for the v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

8 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. The Good Templars Hold Their Quarterly Session at Vallejo. PYTHIAN DEPUTIES APPOINTED. An Important Meeting of the Past Workmen's Association Called. Official Assessment Table. Name. 55 . c £ 3 1? re i c o p a o Q £ o E_ <*> _ Is a r. : c- . «< n Friends. ... 244 June its of Honor.. 435 36 37 1 May of Pendo | 14 1 June [Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal society will be published free of cost in above table. Send them, with any other matters of importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Society Editor Morning Call, San Francisco.] I. 0. G. T. District Lodge No. 5 of the Independent Order of Good Templars, comprising all the lodges and Bands of Hope located in San Fran cisco and the counties of Alameda and Solano, convened at Vallejo Saturday, May 25, in regular quarterly session. Rev. William Crow- Jiuret, D. T., presided, and Frank Carpenter acted as secretary. Fifteen lodges and ten Bands of Hope were represented, «nd there w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS S. N. Fielding Drawsa Pistol on His Son in the Street. TO WHEEL THROUGH EUROPE. How Jail-Breaker Hickey Managed to Elude Pursuit for Many Days. S. N. Fielding, an old gentleman, got into an altercation with his son, W. P. Fielding, a Pullman palace-car conductor, in front of the Galindo Hotel yesterday. The father became excited and pulled out a revolver, which he pointed at his son. The crowd that had gathered dispersed in a hurry upon seeing the weapon brand ished before them, but the young man took the revolver from his father and put it into his pocket. It happened that Chief Schaffer was passing by, and ho separated the two. No arrests were made. It is understood that the trouble arose over domestic difficulties. Hickey Brought Back. Hickey, the Oakland jail-breaker, isonce more behind prison bar-;. Jail-keeper Al "White returned from Reno with him yes terday morning at 7 o'clock. When seen at the County' Jail yesterday afternoon Hickey was not inclined to b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

10 UNITY OF THE CHURCHES An Encyclical Letter From the Pope to Catholics in AH Lands. ASKED TO PKAY FOR UNION. Father Clark of the Paullsts Preaches on Pentecost and Christian Harmony. Catholics were asked at all the masses yesterday throughout the diocese of Pan Francisco to pray for church unity. The request came in the form of a letter from Vicar-General J. J. Prendergast to the pas tors of the various parishes instructing them to draw the attention of their congre- gations to an encyclical on this subject, which is now engrossing the minds of leaders of thought in two continents. The Pope addressed the encyclical letter early in May to the heads of the Catholic Church throughout the world, pleading for universal prayers for the unity of Christen dom. The prayers were to be offered about the tirue of the festival of the Pentecost, which was celebrated yesterday by the Catholic church. The encyclical was given out by the Apostolic legation in Washington, 31 ay 22, translated into ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. • AN OPPORTUNITY' OF A LIFETIME TO BUY A HOUSE ON EASY TERMS. Don't fail to examine those 8-room houses on the sunny side of Cole St.. nr. Haight; to be sold at auction on June 6; similar houses in the close vicinity have been selling for $8000: the houses are going to be sold for whatever they will bring. ould YOU BE THRIFTY IF YOU COULD? $900— 5300 cash, Installments of $8 per month, will buy a neat 1-story frame cottage of 4 rooms- good stable and outhouses; corner lot, 50x100- within 1200 feet of Mission-st. cars; right In the direct line of improvement: lot alone is worth the price asked; by the time you get it paid for it will be worth $2000. Apply to TOBIN & McNALLY 030 Market st. • pOTTAGE 3 LARGE ROOMS AND CELLAR- VJ yard; chicken and cow house and number of chickens: cheap. 6 Caroline St., bet. 9th and 10th. OB SALE OR EXCHANGE— HOUSE OF 15 X? rooms: lot 68:6x137:6. Address Lot, box 81 Call Office. ROPEBTY-OWNERS, BUILDERS, ARCUl- tects— Guaranteed su...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 June 1895

12 TOURNAMENT OF TURNERS Preparations Being Made for the Kreis Turn-Fest in Los Angeles. THE PROGRAMME COMPLETED. Delegations Will Be There From the Several Pacific Coast States. Up to date the present year has been prolific of carnivals, tiestas and all sorts of jollifications throughout the State. The spirit of jubilee appears to be in the at mosphere and the good-time millennium is apparently at hand. It was ushered in with the spring sunshine and early blos soms, and it undoubtedly has an extensive season ticket which will carry it over the summer. The Turners, not only of this City, but throughout the Pacific States, have the joyous fever, and great preparations are being made for the grand triennial tour nament of the Pacific States Turners, which will be held at Los Angeies from Saturday, the 22d inst., until the 27th. It has been three years since the last festival was held, in Oakland, and it was a grand success. Among the local Turners the interest Alfred F urth, First Lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 4. PACIFIC COAST NEWS General Rollins' Friends Fear He Has Been Killed. FIGHT OVER AN ABYSS. lohn M. Egan Appointed Re ceiver of the Oregon Short Line. &0 PARDON FOR MRS. HARTLEY. Odd Fellow Delegates Given the Freedom of the City of Tacoma. LOS ANGELES, Cal., June 2.— Word *ras received here several days ago that a wealthy relative of General H. C. Rollins had died in the East and left him an inter est in his estate. An attempt has been made to locate General Rollins, but thus far the effort has proved futile, and his frienns now fear he has met with foul play in Lower Califor oia, where he went about two years ago to prospect for gold. It is known that he employed several In dians to accompany him on an expedition tn quest of some rich mines several months ago and it is feared that they have mur dered him. General Rollins was formerly County Auditor of Los Angeles County and many fears ago was Surveyor of the State of California. ODD FELLOWS AT TACOMA. All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

2 STEAMERS TO CHINA Another Oriental Line Said to Be in Con templation. JIM HILL BACK OF IT. His Western Trip Said to Have Been Made to Look Into the Matter. SECOND CONSULTATION HELD. The Details of the Project Will Be Made Public at the Proper Time. PORTLAND, Or., June 3. — The im pression prevails in railroad circles that Mr. James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern, who is now in this city, intends to establish a line of steamers to the Orient at no distant date and that his present Western trip is to look into the feasibility of the undertak ing and determine the point at which to put on the line. Mr. Hill waa in consultation to-day with several prominent businessmen and finan ciers of this city. Several Chinese mer chants were among the number. Judge O. N. Denny, ex-American Consul to Shang hai, was among Mr. Hill's visitors. After leaving Mr. Hill Judge Denny said that the subject of their conversation had been Chinese trade. He declined to say anything further. Mr. Hill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

FORESAW THE DANGER Captain Taylor Tried to Have the Colima Lightened. PROTESTS OF NO AVAIL. Told by His Superior to Take Out the Vessel or An other Would. CENSURED BY THE SEAMEN. Verdict Along the Water Front Holds the Company Responsible for the Disaster. SAN DIEGO, Cal., June 3.-A state ment made to-day by the commander of a Ehip now in port here has caused consider able comment. He said he had been in formed by an otHeial of the Pacific Mail <iock that Captain Taylor protested vigor ously against the overloading of the C'.ilima. There were ten feet of lumber on the iiurricane-deck, and Taylor said that as the coal was consumed and the hold «argo discharged the ship would be top beavy. Finally Schwerin told Taylor that if he would not take the ship another man •would. CAUSE OJF THE DISASTER. Recognized Authorities Agree That the Colima Was Top- Heavy. Speculation and theory as to the causes •which led to the loss of the Colima have made way for certainty in the minds of nearly ...

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

4 ILLINOIS VS. CALIFORNIA. Berkeley Athletes to Meet the Men of the Prairie State. W ILL TRAIN AT CHAMPAIGN. The Match With Michigan Called Off- Would Not Compete With Professionals. CHICAGO, 111., June 3.— The Califor niana will not compete with the Univer sity of Michigan athletes in a dual meet this spring. After the legislation against Leroy and Hall Saturday night Manager North of the Golden State athletes said that the du;d tourney would probably be called off. "I do not know anything as to the merit of the decision, but the fact remains," he said, "that these men have been called professionals by the Western Intercol legiate Association, and we canuot afford to meet professionals." Manager North at once negotiated with the managcis of the Wisconsin, lowa and Illinois university teams for the open date of Saturday, June 8. It is announced that a dual competition has been arranged with the University of Illinois, and to-morrow the Californians leave for Champaign to put in a we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

THE HARRINGTON MYSTERY IS UNSOLVED Man and Motive Are Still the Subjects of Guess work. POLICE WORK IN SILENCE. Interest Turned Strongly to Ex- Senator Buck Yes terday. HE IS DYING WITHOUT A WORD. The Gray Horse, the Frequent Caller and a Cause for the Deed Alike Untraced. The Harrington tragedy is practically the mystery it was when the mangled and burned remains of the dead woman were found on Saturday afternoon. If the police have any well-defined theory they are keeping it closely to them selves,and if they have any information that constitutes any important circumstantial evidence against anybody they are also keeping that to themselves. The Information and the clews of most importance thai are in their possession nre undoubtedly found in the bundles of private papers, letters and photographs belonging to Miss Harrington, which the detectives promptly seized and which they are jealously guarding. Captain Lees lias everything of that na ture found among the dead woman's ef- fect...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

6 & SMI CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mall; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— *I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— 1.50 per year. lie Eastern office of the SAN FRANCIBCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rbinelander building, Kobe and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If [ to, it Is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let It miss you lor yon will miss It. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. TUESDAY JUNE 4, 1895 The Water Carnival is growing. Cupid is the most agreeable of liars. Hill is not the mountain that he used to be. San Francisco furnishes her own mystery stories. A sharp tongue is a poor substitute for a dull wit. Time is money provided you don't spend it for trifles. Resting is sometimes the most profitable employment. An elastic leg i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

m&> com TUESDAY JUNE 4, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. Nearly two score buildings are going up at Richmond. The will of R. F. Bunker, the packing mer chant, was tiled for probate yesterday. Nearly five miles of rails for the Valley road are now on the water bound for this port. The Methodist ministers discussed the com ing convention at their meeting yesterday. The Presbyterian Club heard a paper yester day on the moral condition of sailors in the navy. The weather to-day, according to the fore cast, will be warmer, with light, variable wiuds. The waterfront is asking if there is to be a «'wh n ?" y regatta th " year, and if not. Laura de Force Gordon is Uking an active part in the establishment of the Co-operative Common-wealth. Miss Sarah B. Cooper addressed the Congre gational Club yesterday on the subject of "The vt Oman's Congress." The winning horses at the Bay District track yesterday were Rinfax, Rear Guard, Walcett, fair Richard and Mt. Air. The charge of forgery against ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

8 INDORSE EQUAL RIGHTS Ministers Declare Woman's Day of Power Is Nigh at Hand. A TALK ON THE CONGRESS. Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper Pays High Tributes to Her Late Colleagues. There were almost as many ladies as pas tors at the Congregational Monday Club meeting yesterday afternoon to hear Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper speak on "Reminiscences of the Woman's Congress. Mrs. Cooper said: The Woman's Congress of the Pacific Coast for L 895 will never be forgotten. It has be come a part of the unique history of this West ern world. As in the woman's branch of the World's Congress, so also here auring the weeks past, each participant lias been moved by the desire to assist in properly focusing the last and best thought developed, not only in regard to the home, but also in regard to "the various outlying departments of the world's work, in which women take a brave and heroic part. All have brought their votive offerings to assist in building up the fair temple of "The Home." And it may just as truly be sai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

CELEBRATE THE FOURTH Ladies Are Assisting In the Work of the Various Committees. ARCH FOR MARKET STREET. Committees Appointed to Solicit Subscriptions— Decorative Work. Meetings of four important sub-commit tees of the Fourth of July celebration were held yesterday. Ladies were present in great numbers and took an active part in the business transacted. The finance committee met at 2 o'clock, Chairman Daiton presiding. A score of women were present at the opening of the meeting, and numbers arrived during the session. Among them were six from the New Woman's Club, three from the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and others representing different organi zations. Among those present were Mine. L. A. Sorbier, Mrs. E. C. Sargent, Mrs. Nellie Blessing Eyster, Mrs. John Knell, Mrs. Colonel Hunter, Mrs. S. A. O'Neil, Mrs. Colonel Bullock, Mrs. L. C. Fraser, Mrs. May L. Harrison, Mrs. Clara Josephi. Mrs. Mabel V. Osborne, Mrs. Rose M. French, Mrs. D. J. Spencer, Mrs. M. J. Foster, Mrs. A....

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver easier. No foreign quotations. Wheat and Barley weaker. Oats and Corn quiet. Rye firmly held. Hay steady. Heans unchanged, leather continues to advance. Hides firm and active. Provisions very slow. Cherries and Berries higher. Peaches and Apricots steady. Poultry nominal. Butter lather steadier. Cheese and Ecgs as before. Potatoes and Onions firm, WKATHER BUREAU REPORT. Uxitkd States Department of AGRictTi/. TFRK. WkaTHKR BrRKAf. SAN Kk\N('ISCO, June 3, 1895, 5 r. M.—Weather conditions and general forecast. The pressure is highest to-night alonsr the north ern coast and in Washington and Idaho, with a sliehtly diminishing pressure alons; the coast. These are typical warm, fair weather conditions, and as a result there has been a rise of 10 dig. in temperature throughout the interior of the State, and of about 15 deg. along the coast from San Luis Obispo to Ixis Angeles. Conditions are favorable for still warmer weather Tuesday t...

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