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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

A PAGE FRO WOMEN Three things I have heard during the past week that belong in this column. The tir*t i? that women with beautiful figures are rebelling against the Moused front, declaring ttiat if is well enough for defec tive figures, but they are not going to tolerate this style any longer. The second is that alpaca and mohair dresses will not be much worn here until fall, as the mills are unable to supply the tremendous de mand for these lovely fabrics, even in the East ; of course I allude to the new style alpacas and mohairs. The third is that glace and taffeta silk petticoats of all colors and shades have frills and flounces of white lace or of muslin edged with lace which can be easily removed and sent to wash. One skirt which I investigated had a fine ruffle of cambric deeply tucked and edged with lace T7i« coat, a light sleeveless Eton, turns back, with velvet-lined revers, and over this the cape falls to the elbow, and to the waist at the back. It is lined throughout with...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

20 Sir* ra *S*tt CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: D AII.T CALL— W per year by mall ; by carrier. IGc per week. SO" DAT CALL— «I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— «I JO per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific Slates Adver- , tising Bare&a, Rhlnelander building, Rose and Duaae streets, New York. . . THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If so, it ii no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss yon for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. SUNDAY JUNE 9, 1895 Hunt the suburbs. Spare the rod and spoil the liar. There is lots cf scenery near town. The empty purse tempts to no folly. And GroTer tries to Harmonize Ohio. Social life is crowded with unsocial peo ple. Society people ought to work a while for a rest. The brightest jewela are the hardest and coldest. There is such a t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

SOCIETY Weddings. Colonel Trumbo's musicaie. The house party at Forest Lawn. Rabbi and Mrs. Levy's silver wedding next Tuesday. Miss Alice Sullivan's birthday party last Tuesday. Mrs. Catherwood's luncheon last Monday at the Occidental. The musicale of the Music Teachers' Asso ciation to-morrow. Mrs. Homer S. King's dinner in honor of the Jeromes on Thursday last. The following engagements have^been an nounced: BBS Robert Stcgemann and Miss Clara Pearce. Joe H. Rosenberg and Miss Martha Jacobs. Nils Greenwald anil Miss Georgle Harrison. Weddings last week : Hunt-Stump. - Morshead-AJto. Bertsch-Tripler. Ponting-Elliott. Marquis-Bennett. Frost-Blackburn. | Dinkelspiel-Jacobs. Dean-Hem memuay. Cantwell-Quillinan. Tauszky-Rothschild. THE WEEK. is not losing its name as the month JA oi weddings this year. A large number J of prominent weddings took place last Q/ week, but most of them were quiet affairs as far as the attendance went, because nearly everybody is out of town. , Alaska is t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

22 The Theatres. Miss Irma. Fitch will reappear next week at the Tivoli. "The Old Homestead" reopens the California on the 24th. Dixey is tired of Daly's. He wishes to scin tillate alone once more. Alexander Salvinl is going to spend the sum mer with his father in Florence. Mrs. McKee Rankin has been re-engaged by Richard Mansfield for next season. Morosco's new melodrama is full of scenes taken from life in New York City. A float of living mßrble starunry will be pre sented this week at the Circus Royal. Otis Harlan has made quite a success in Hoyt's new play "The Black Sheep." Mrs. Kreling contemplates giving grand opera with Eastern artists at the Tivoli. Pauline Hall will present a new opeVa during her coming engagement at the Baldwin. The mysterious mystiflcators will perform with fire and electricity at the Orpheum this week. C. E. Verner, an American actor, has scored quite a success In Australia in Irish comedy drama. William Barry opens his season of 1896 at Sau Francisco i...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

IN CHILDHOODS REALM They Didn't Think. Once a trap was baited With a piece of cheese: It tickled so a little mouse It almost made him sneeze. An old rat said : " There's dangtr, Be careful where you go!" " Nonsense !" said the other, '• I do not think you know." Bo he walked in boldly— Nobody in sight; First he took a nibble, Then he took a bit*. Close the trap together Snapped as quick as wink, Catching monsie fast there, 'Cause he didn't think. Once a little turkey, Fond of her own way, Wouldn't ask the old ones Where to go or stay; She said; " I'm not a baby, Here I am halt-grown; Surely I am big enough To run about alone 1" Off she went, but somebody Hiding saw her pass; Soon like snow her feathers Littered aU the grass. So she made a supper For a sly young mink, 'Cause she was so headstrong That she wouldn't think. Once there was a robin laved outside the door. Who wanted to go Inside And bop upon the floor. " No. no,'' said the mother, " You must stay with me; Little birds are...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

24 BOOKS&BOOKMAKERS A Californian Story-Writer. A most illusive will-o'-the-wisp for the literary critic of the hour is "the typical Californian." We all admire the creations of Bret Harte's genius, and acknowledge his to be a master hand in presenting the type of character he best loves to portray. "But of course you know," say the critics, "that Bret Harte's men and women are not typical Californians." Even Gertrude Atherton, who is conceded to have given us some admirable types of early Spanish- Californians in the days "before the Gringo came" is denied by the critics to have portrayed "the typical Californian," and when, re cently, Geraldlne Bonner sketched a sort of girl whom we have all seen and known out here, and called her "a Californian," the critics were at once up in arms. What ever ali other types might or might not be, this, pre-eminently, was not "the typical Californian." It was, therefore, quite in order when, a few weeks a^o, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. sent o...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Increased revenue collections. Eighteen failures last work. 1 oal heading this way freely. Flour advanced 10c. Wheat and Barley futures higher Oats, Corn and m-e dull. New Hay steadier. Beans in fair shipping demand. Middlings brisk aud rirm. Bran unchanged. Bank clearings pain $7,200,000. Hides firm at the advance. Provisions slow. Dried Fruits and Raisins neglected ♦ 'berries and Peaches steady. Apricois lower. orancos and lemons firmer. Limes lower Kastern Poultry selling slowly. Potatoes weaker. Onions higher I'airy Butter firmer. Kites active and advancing. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. t-N)TKi. States Departhknt of Aoricui^ Tnn^B \^ THI "- R BlßK^' S *^ FRANCISCO. •lune 8. 1895, 5 v. m.- Weather conditions and ci'tieml forecast. hJ toUowtng maximum temperatures hare Fitrk-R P rf . frOm California stations to-day : i uil n* bl £? Francisco. 58: Fresno, 90: San i^ace^^^nfa^ 8 ' 721 * M 06 = fon!,^'! 0 ",;',""" " "' 6 380 "* 1 rainfalls to da...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

26 DAVID CLARK SEA LAWYER, U. S. N. Tbere are sea lawyers and sea lawyers in the navy. In the merchant service the man before the mast knows no law except wliat comes down to him from a handspike, and even the manner of its induction to his understanding leaves him in no condition to retan any of the knowledge. It is cer tainly knocked in too deep for practical use or itleaks out through the breaks in his head. But in the navy the cut-and-dried iron clad, unswerving system that governs the man from cabin to forecastle is builded on the "blue book," as "the cerulean-hued vol ume that holds the rules and regulations" is called. It is the compass, the barometer, the wind vane, and by it the sailor trims his sails and weathers the gales of his three years' enlistment. It is the safe guard against encroachment upon his eminent domain by the brass buttons aft, and bis hope of drifting clear of breakers when cited to "the mast" — that dread place of official inquisition — to answer for som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 10. NEWS OF THE COAST Governor Budd Rapidly Improving in His Health. A SENSATION EXPLODED. Tragic Suicide of a Woman in the Presence of Her Husband. A GRAIN FIRE AT NEWMAN Lighthouses and Beacons of Alaska to Be Thoroughly In spected. SACRAMENTO, Cal., June 9.— E. Me- Cabe, private secretary to Governor Budd, said to-night that he had a message from Governor Budd, who is at Klamath Hot Springs, In Siskiyou County, and that the Governor was rapidly improving in health and enjoying the trout fishing in thac vicinity. He expects to be well enough in a very short time to warrant him in re turning to his duties at the capital. Rumors that are without foundation have pained circulation to the effect that Gov ernor Budd was seriously ill. LOS ANGELS` SENSATION An Investigation of Spencer's Death Chores His Wife to lit Innocent. LOS ANGELES, Cm... June The sen sation caused by the finding of the dead body of E. H. Spencer lying in his bed, the result of asphyxiation, has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

2 THE RESOURCES OF MARYSVILLE. AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE AND MANUFAC TURES PAY TRIBUTE TO THE METROP OLIS OF THE TWIN RIVERS. MARYSVILLE, Cal., June 9.— Where fertile valleys pour theirgolden and amber harvests through its marts of trade, where the streams of two broad rivers mingle en ! route to the sea, where orange;, ripen for market two weeks earlier than in sunny Southern California, but where gentle breezes from a broad expan.-e of living waters render the nights delightfully cool and the sleepers' dreams almost Elyaian, stands the city of Marysville. Cradled in. the lap of rivers it is leveed against the waters' too fervent embrace, ami from its gates fields of yellow grain and blue alfalfa i stretch to the foothill?, while on the slopes above orchards and vineyards display their amber and purple riches. In the days of Jong ago, when the waters of the Feather ran streams of yellow gold and rough-clad miners scoured the hills in their search for the precious metal, Marys ville was...

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

established firm, located rooms 2B-25), Bry soi) block. The firm Las a large general practice. Col. W. H. H. Russell has practiced law in Los Angeles since IS7!*. He organized the Seventh Infantry Regiment, First Brigade, X. G. C. He has an office, 109 Biyson block. I. H. Johnson, whose offices are in rooms 64 ami 65, is a Southerner, b\it has prac ticed law for seven years in Los Angeles, devoting his attention largely to civil, cor poration and real estate law. General Johnstone Jones, whose office is in the Law building, 125 Temple street, is ex-District Attorney of San Diego County, and has held other offices of' trust and responsibility. He is a man in the prime of life, a wise counselor, a strong pleader at the bar and a thorough gentleman. Knight <fc Harpman are located in the Btimson block, and have a large general practice. Will E. Dunn is the popular city attor ney. He held the deputyshlp in the City Attorney's office seven years, and is thor oughly conversant with the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

4 CUT DOWN TO A MAN All Whites at Cheng Tv Said to Have Been Massacred. NOT ONE WAS SPARED. Men, Women and Children at the Missions Slain by Chinese. TRY TO CONCEAL THE NEWS. A French Gunboat Dispatched to the Scene of the Report*! Outrage. LONDON, Ekg., June 9.— A special dis patch from Shanghai says it is almost cer tain that a massacre of all the persons con nected with the English, French and American missions at Cheng Tv has oc curred. Neither men, women nor children have been spared, according to the report. It is admitted that telegrams have been inter cepted by the Government, the object be ing to conceal the news of the massacre. A French gunboat is en route to Wuen ' Chang to investigate the report. RUSSIA'S COURSE CONDEMNED. Mellon Reparding the Chinese 'Loan. Un favorably Received by Germany. BERLIN, Germany, Jane 9.— Russia's action in the matter of the guarantee of the Chinese loan is regarded as partaking of disloyalty toward Germany and is the • more keenly felt by t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

COLIMA UNSEAWORTHY. An Expert Opinion of an Old- Time Fireman of the Sunken Ship. HER HULL BADLY DECAYED- Steward W. Harry Tointon Ex pressed Fears of the Vessel Before He Sailed. The Federal inquiry into the causes of the Colima disaster will be oontinued this afternoon before the United States Enspec tors of Hulls and Boilers, at the Apprais ers' building. The inquiry was held open for this length of time to give those who cared to come forward and testify an op portunity to be heard. Only the em ployes of the Pacific Mail Company have thus far been summoned by the Govern ment officials conducting the inquiry, and they have declared themselves satislied on the score of expert testimony. And the presiding inspector has declared that if any others, who are not employes of the Mail Company, want to come in and testify, no one will hinder them from doing so, but they will not be asked. From the evidence at hand, of course, the Inspectors can return but one verdict — that the Colima wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

6 air* .^rutcfc* 1^ „ Z^Z . CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— *I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rblnelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation ? If so, 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. MONDAY JUNE 10, 1895 Might often makes fight. The home market is always with you. People who take most chances rarely profit by them. The gallows is what some people get by taking life easy. Holly Park is ambitious to look like a Christmas tree. People who go to see the water carnival need not drink it in. The public schools are all having a roll of ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

MONDAY JTTXK IQ, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. Spider Kelly and Burns, the Australian, will meet in the prizering next Sunday. The McAlpin-Harris prizefight did not take place yesterday. McAlpin has an abscess. Chief Justice Field and Mrs. Field arrived from Washington for several months' stay. There will be fair weather in San Francisco to-day, with even temperature and the usual winds. Battery F, Second Artillery, N. G. C, manned the 8-inch converted rifles at the Presidio yes terday. Despite the chilly weather there were a large number of people in Golden Gate Park yesterday. The Bunker Hill Association of this city has everything in readiness for the celebration on the 17ih mst. Fritz limit of 68 Brady street was arrested last night on a charge ot assault to murder, preferred by Michael McCarthy. Soecial services were held "at St. Boniface Church yesterday to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organization. 'Justice Field says that the sentiment in the bast in favor of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

8 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Session C. of F., A. O. F. of A. PEIZES FOR NEW MEMBERS. Workmen Prepartngfor Their Grand Reunion on the 27th In st. Official Assessment Table. Name. i 3 if DO o V <? O 3 - bosen Friends. ... 244 June llJune n:phtsof Honor.. 435 36 37 -May 20 Jinn . and L. of H 415 416 June l;June rder of Pemlo | 14 June ljJune [Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal society will be published tree of cost iv above table. Send them, with any other matters of importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Society Editor 'Morning Call, San Francisco.] Companions of the Forest, A. 0. F. of A. At the seventh annual session of the Grand Circle of California, which met last week in the city of San Jose, the following officers were elected and installed: Mrs. M. B. Campbell, MISS A. D. BBEMER, Grand Secretary, C. of F. Pan Francisco, junior past grand chief coin- ! ]>anion; Mrs. A. B. Andrews, Los Angeles, I grand chief companion...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS The Portuguese of Alameda Celebrate the Feast of Pentecost. A PROCESSION AND FEAST. Another Mammoth Fence Building Contest Begun in East Oakland. Yesterday was a gala day for the Portu guese of Alameda County, the occasion being the feast of Pentecost. They passed the inure time; from early morning until late at night parading, attending worship, feasting and dancing. Out in East Oakland they were astir before the break of day. getting ready for their triumphal procession. All were dressed in their best before the hour of starting. Old men and women, who had observed similar rites in their native land, were out in bright and glowing colors, and seemed to take a deep interest in all that was going on. Their children were run ning about in high glee. The procession, which left Twentieth avenue and East Nineteenth street at 9 o'clock, was headed by the East Oakland Portuguese Band. Two standard bearers came next, followed by 100 little girls dressed in white and wit...

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

10 MILITARY AT MONTEREY Officers Who Will Go Down to the Encampment of the Regulars in June. A NUMBEE OF WEDDINGS. San Franciscans at the Summer Re sorts—lnteresting Personals. Receptions. At Monterey the regular troops tinder General Forsyth will have an encampment during July. Among the officers who will be present are : Colonel Young, Lieutenants J. B. Bell, aid de-camp to General Forsyth, Thomas W. Wins ton, Thomas \V. Haan and Samuel P. Ruther ford of the cavalry. The officers of the First United States Infantry are: Colonel \V. R. Shafter, commanding:' Lieutenant V. Brandt, adjutant; Captain J. J. O'Conneli, Captain M. P. Mans. Captain Charles G. Starr, Lieutenants Lewis 11. Strother, Lamson L. Faison, Robert 11. Noble, Frank O. Ferris, Leon S. Rondiez, Richard C. Croxton, (ieoipe W. Kirkman, Sid ney A. Clowmnn, Harry A. Smith, William M. Crofton, Frank A. Wilcox, Lincoln K. KiU boiirne, Dana W. KiUmrn and J. R. Bemi.s. C. F. Kohl gave a picnic on Wednesday last at Point Lotto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

_ BUSINESS CHANCES. WELL ESTABLISIYED^nr^XYTNcT'sTX ** pie grocery without bar. cheap; situated on Market st. Address W. E., box 65, Call Office. % 1 (l(\ BAKERY. CAXJJY, SODA AND ICE- M -t-yjyj. cream parlor: best location; near Mar- ket; finely fitted; 2 living-rooms: low rent; re- <:eipts »8 day. BARRETT A CO., 865^ Market. "J >AX BE s : FINE CHANCE TO BUY SHOP -»-» in good town: departure to Europe cause of Rening; goad reasons given. Owner can be seen Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8 to 10 a. si., at 119 Jackson st. ;■--, . ■ "WTELL . ESTABLISHED AND PAYING business for sale; capital required, $10,000; rash or secured notes: every facility for exam- ination offered to an intending purchaser, and will assist party until thoroughly familiar with the business. Address B. O. L., Call Office, Oakland. T>ROLL ST STENBERG 719 MARKET -1- near Third, sell or exchange businesses, fur- nished houses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Alameda and Oakland property; send purticulars;...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 June 1895

12 MAGUIRE ON SINGLE TAX. The Eloquent Congressman Addresses the Social Economics Club. MAN'S HERITAGE ON EARTH. Popular Ownership of Land Is a God-Given Right of an All- Wise Creator. Congressman James G. Maguire deliv ered a lecture on "Single Tax" to the members of the Social Economics Club at Pythian Hall, 909 Market street, yesterday afternoon. The hall was crowded to the doors and the reception tendered the speaker upon his appearance within the walls was particularly enthusiastic. After the meeting had been called to order the chairman, Hermann Rover, made a short speech, outlining the objects of the club and then introduced Judge Maguire. Again the audience broke out with a great peal of applause, which was followed during the hour the speaker oc cupied in giving his views with many more similar demonstrations. "Ladies and gentlemen," said Judge Maguire, "I presume that most of those who are present know what the single tax proposition is. I have, however, found in my time t...

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