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

WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. Druids to Meet in Grand Con vention in St. Helena To- Morrow. INTEREST IN THE ELECTION. A Spirited Contest Expected Over the Office cf Grand Secre tary. Gfncial Assessment Table. -N'aME. I i I! h an ■ f b s, Q S. 3 If II :5 rhosf^n Friends. ... '244 1 June 1 v.oflheU. B ! 98 09! June 1 \3ightsof Honor.. 435 30 37 May 20 v.anrtL. '■■:'. • £15 41ti June ] )rdcr of lido . 14 June 1 1.0. V. « 3415 16 Jim. I 1 . .. .; Arcanum 218 May 31 j {June 30 July I June 30 June 30 June :50 June 2S •Juno 30 [Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal toeiery will be published free of coat in above ruble. Send them, with any other niftiters of importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Society Editor 2IOBKXXB Call, Bon Km i> Cisco.] U. A. 0. D. St. Helena will have the pleasure of enter taining the delegates and iriends of the Grand <3|Grove of California this week, the session of the thirty-first annual convention beginning on Tuesday in Masonic Temple. It ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. ' ~~~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— *6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— »1.60 per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily end Weekly), Pacific (States Adver tising Burcan, Ilhinelander building, Hose and Puane 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 THR CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you ; for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Ofliee, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. MONDAY JUNE 17,1895 Bust the lottery games. It i 3 our turn to festivate. Don't speculate in crime. Remember Bunker Hill to-day. The lottery prize is a forlorn hope. Going to the springs makes one elastic It is well to be cheerful, especially in lying. The balm of patriotism is healing to sore hearts. The sunshine of California cures even laziness. To those who tak...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 June 1895

MONDAY ....TtTjrXK 17,1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Attractive bills are offered at all the theaters to-night. The Knishtsof the Bed Branch FJfles shot at Shell Mound yesterday. M. H. de Young has- sent several eases of curios for the park museum. The Caix has gained mnny friends for its stand on the lottery question. The shooting team of the SchUtzen Verein started to Milwaukee yesterday. Oakland Knights of Pythias are preparing for b reunion on the Fourth of July. Mrs. Sarah R. Cooper addressed the Epworth League at I>r. Hirst's chord) last evening. Company X, First Infantry, was represented at Che Shell Mound shooting range yesterday. The press entertainment at the Columbia on the 27th inst. promises a specially tine pro gramme. Quite a number of people returned from Ptuita Cruz yesterday enthusiastic over there rent carnival. Experts in real estate are convinced that the records of the rir^t haii of the year will show some improvement. The Weather Bureau forecasts fair and warmer ...

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

8 SALVATIONISTS IN CAMP Annual Revival Meeting of the Army at Rush rod Park, Oakland. SINNFRS WERE REPENTENT. Severa' Are Hard Hit In the Open ing Skirmish and Give Up Service In Sin. The annual campmeetinß of the Pacific Coast Chief Division of the Salvation Army opened yesterday at Bnshrod Park, Oak land, and will continue until July -l. 15ri<.' adier and Mm. J. J. Keppel will conduct the meetings, assisted by the brigade staff, which is made up of ollicers prominent in the work from ail parts of the State. The attendance was fair for the openinp day, between 500 and (iOO people being present, and the results were .satisfactory in every respect. in la* orders for the encampment Brig adier Keppel calls attention to the fact that Bushrod Park, though not possessing the romantic features of places selected "for the- annual encampment in years gone by. will more than outweigh the slight dis adrantages in surroundings by reason of its gent ral accommodations in transporta tion facil...

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

CITY REAL ESTATE. I ©1 9 C\(\(\ RENTS $100: 2-STORY BUILD- -1 Mi.l 'UU. ing and lot; Berry St., near butter and Dupont; lot 22:6x100. COO AAfl RENTS *407: LAI'.K IN-ST. IN- -SPoU.UU« *. vestment, bavlng two corners. stores and dwellings: nearly 50 vara in size; on one of the best portions of the street; southwest corner of Lark in and Geary streets. AQR AAA VERY CHEAP: BRANNAN <u>Oi).lMMf. si.: 137:6x250 feet through to and front 137:6 fee; "ii Bluxome St.. bet. Fifth and sixth, iieur railroad freight sheds; fine site for warehouse of any kind. &Q£ AHA BRICK WAREHOUSE AND *s)£O.\J\J\i. lot 137:6x125 on Bluxome st., bet. Fifth and Sixth; or warehouse and lot 137:6x250 to Brannan st. <3»Orv A. A RENTS $274 50; CORNER; 90x »J)i)U.l'' \'. 125, covered with 2-story and 3- story buildings on Ellis st. MAKE OFFER: OWNER MUST SELL; TWO 2-story dwellings In first-class order and lot 37:6x100: Pierce St., TiearGoldenGateave.; bouses rented lorij;70; price asked. if 10,000. Apply ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 June 1895

10 APPLAUSE FOR THE ANTI-LOTTERY CRUSADE. Dr. Brown's Congrega tion Demonstrates Its Approval. INDORSING THE "CALL." Eighty Thousand Dollars a Month Taken Out of Oakland. THE MOVEMENT IS POPULAR. Buying Two Bits' Worth of Hope for a Month— The Counterfeit Tickets. Quoting from the report of the Grand Jury. Rev. C. 0. Brown, in his address last evening in the First Congregational Church on "The Civic Federation at the Bar, 7 ' the reverend speaker read: The fact that newspapers continue to publish notices of lotteries is a crying shame, bat we are advised that It is not within the province of the Grand Jury to indict, a* the law is not made to cover more than a misdemeanor in these cases. This jnry desires to express to tho people of the City tho commendable course of such of its dailies as have now refused to advertise the drawings of the various lottery companie*. It is to be hoped that other proprietors will, in Justice to themselves and to the public, follow this good example, wh...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 18. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Escape of a Prisoner From the Sacra mento Jail. ST. HELENA WINE SALE. Homing Pigeons to Be Used as Mail-Carriers to Alaska. FRESNO'S RAISIN COMBINE. Hotel Men to Meet at Santa Bar bara—A Fatal Accident at Raymond. SACRAMENTO, Cal.. June 17.— When the jailer began to lock the prisoners in their cells in the County Jail this evening, he noticed that one was missing. An im mediate search was begun, resulting in the discovery that John Anderson, a one year man, had cut a hole through the brick wall of the washroom and decamped. Ander>on ifl a Swede who was arrested by the citizens committee in a tramp camp on t lie levee during the excitement which followed the Weber murder. He was sent up on two charges, getting six months on each. One was for having burglars' tools in his possession, the other vagrancy. The escaped prisoner is be lieved to be a dangerous man and Sheriff Frank Johnson has offered a reward for his capture. In order to have e...

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

2 VACAVILLE JAPANESE Why They Are Employed in the Big Fruit Orchards. GROWERS ON THE STAND. Their Testimony Not Compli mentary to the White Laborers. BOSSES RECEIVE THE PAY. Results of the Inquiry Into the Alleged Employment of Con tract Labor. VACAVILLE, Gal., June 17.— The in vestigation into the cooly question by Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald and Immi gration Commissioner Stradley was begun here to-day. A large number of witnesses have been subpenaed. Many are among VAOA VALLEY FKUIT-GROWERS WHO TESTIFIED IN THE COOLY INVESTIGATION. [Sketched for the " Call. 11 ] the most prominent orchardists in the State. As so many Japanese and Chinese coolies are employed here the Commis sioners desire to learn the reason for this preference over white laborers. The reasons given to-day were very un complimentary to the whites. Nearly all stated that the latter are so unreliable that it is not safe to attempt to harvest a fruit crop with white heip, and when the aver age laborer gets a few do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

Short. a c^ • t tx 1 1 o p <^^ 1 rouser Suits! _^ :;:■-::• 4^/ iri. Jl t^^^ • fe^ f^> [3 ir w^r r > r ri A ND THE WONDERS WE'LL MAKE IT PERFORM WILL AGAIN DEMONSTRATE TO THE PEO- «$S^ \X7'^?> \^ J Ell IVS I /\ pie the supremacy of the big store. The Spring season, commercially speaking, is virtually over, Those Pretty Reefer /v^^W ybf_C\ yr^j *—^^-^^J. *** . • but with you it's just begun. You know the rule of the big store is not to carry goods over from "vac ricuv I^CCICI I \ <>C /^^ ' \ /"~j£'Wr i^\ I;? . one season to another, and beginning with this very day we shall begin a sale that will make your Suite nf Olir« / 1 N^^^ 1 \ /l\ * i\'\& A glorious selection of bright dollar have as great a purchasing power as that of two spent in other stores. This sale means an uIISUI .. Ul & V ( W ** M \ / \^^ I '^\3 a " d pretty suits for those Short j actual clearance of every garment from basement to garret. In Stylish Colorings dressy as f LI \ / A "^°r-!V / Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

4 CYCLONES LET LOOSE They Spread Death and Destruction in Three States. PLAY PECULIAR PRANKS. Graphic Description of One in Kansas Given by an Eye- Witness. PHENOMENAL FALL OF RAIN. < Overflows in Oklahoma Result In the Death of Three Daring Men. KANSAS CITY, Kaks., June 17. — A special to the Times from Hartford, Kans., Bays : About 5 o'clock this evening a cyclone struck this place coming from the south west, and swept away everything from its path, which was clean cut and about 100 feet in width. Several persons were in jured so badly they are not expected to live. >"o one so far as known was killed outright. The known wounded are: Mr. Law son, who will die; Mrs. Lawson, seri ously injured; Mrs. Mary B. Rawson, probably fatally injured; Cora Rawson, severely hurt; Ola Rawson, badly cut about the head; Mrs. H. K. Smith, severe ly hurt. About twelve houses were destroyed, as well as many barns and outhouses. Among the houses destroy ed were those of Judge W. J. Combs. Mrs. Ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

McGLAUFLIN IS RILED. The Grain-Dealer Sues Partner Bresse for an Accounting. MAKES SERIOUS CHARGES New Aspect of the Suspicion Around Smith, the Missing Bookkeeper. LIGHT ON THE BIG FAIR DEAL. Cash and Records Said to Have Been Abstracted and Records Changed. The serious schism in the firm of Me- Glauflin & Co., the big grain-dealers, as already announced in the Call, culmi nated yesterday in the Superior Court. M ■"•Glauflin charges his partner, Bresse, with grave delinquencies and there are counter criminations naturally forthcom ing. This latest development of affairs ap pears to have an intimate bearing on the transactions of the big wheat deal in which the late Senator Fair's money Xvas employed. It remains to be seen how much of that transaction was submitted to Fair, how much was approved by Mc- Glauflin, and how much was the work of his partner single-handed. The suit referred to as brought by Louis McGlauflin against his partner, Eugene A. Bresse, and the Bank of Califo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDCIE, (Editor and Proprietor. • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— S6 per yea:- by mail; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CAIX— per year. WEEK CALL— *I.SO per year. " The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, R'ninelander building, Rose and Puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you poing to the country on a vacation T If go, it is no trouble; for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will mips it. Orders Riven to the carrier, or left at Uusmess Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. TUESDAY JUNE 1 8 , 189 Civilization is beginning to pick a bone with Turkey.. Some Oakland ladies insist that queens are born, not made. The railroad of the future will do less bribing and more business. Buy home-made goods and keep your money within home reach. Some men fancy they can get out of the world by retiring into themselves. There is a chance for a mystery st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

TIKSDAY JUNK 18, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed City news on seventh page of the It has been suggested that the Park Com missienon compel all bicyclers to keep to the right. George EL Roe's estate has been appraised at 5216,522 11. Naval Reserve had a day of practice on th<- Oiympia. Rupert Sk'hmid is working on California bust* at Carrara. local artiets intend to found a Club to ex hibit works in black and white. Evangelist Varley addressed the Presbyterian Ministerial Association yesterday. Governor Rudd has been tishing in tho Klf. : lath River with great success. The will of R. H. Bunker was admitted to probate by Judge Murphy yesterday. Many San Franeisoo Imh-Americans favor fecuring Ireland's freedom by force of arms. The Pioneer Yacht Club held an outing on the bay yesterday and a clambake on Angel Island. A deed presenting the Home for the Care of Inebriates to the City was given to the Super- Visors yesterday. James E. Markley has invented a new car fender, which he w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

8 MINISTERS IN SESSION Reception Accorded the Mes sage From the Civic Federation. REV. MR. VARLEY'S ADDRESS. The Baptist Ministerial Association and the Clericus Take a Vacation. Evangelist Yarley occupied the hour and a half devoted to the weekly meeting of the Presbyterian Ministerial Union yesterday morning. He said in part: "We read in the Bible of 'the blessed and only potentate. 1 lam convinced that the speaker referred to two persons, the Father and Son, in terms of contrast, and not, as is commonly supposed, to God alone. The Bible is exceedingly precise in its language and careful reading will show that all thiough the book God is spoken of as the sovereign of heaven and Christ the sover eign of earth. "Within twenty years we snail have reached the end, not of the world but of this wicked age. A skeptic said to me, 'Do you, as an honest man, claim that Christianity has been the salvation of the world?' 'Up to date, no,' l replied, 'but you do not lake into account the speed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Melanle Defeated a Very Or dinary Lot With the Greatest Ease. SIR REEL'S COLOES LOWERED. Carrying Top-Weight Royal Flush Downed a Speedy Bunch of Sprinters. Chevalier again carried off the riding honors, finishing in front on two winners. W. 08. Macdonough, the millionaire horse man, is said to have quit a big winner on the day. Joe X, winner of the two-year-old race, was struck and severely cut en onfi of his hind legs at some period of tie run. After a couple of days' outing in San Jose, John Merrell. looking in greatly improved health, again occupied the starter's box and sent the fields away to very pretty starts. While at the post in the first race Amigo, the second choice, received a severe kick in the stomach from Josie G, which It is thought may have affected that horse's speed. It was light in comparison with the kick his backers made. The sale of thoroughbreds belonging to the eEtate of the late H. C. Judson will be held by Klllip A Co. at the Wildid...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver off again. Wheat lower. Barley higher. Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged. Heavy shipment of flour to Chin*. J-arger receipts of Hay. Feedstuffs as before. Beans quiet. Potatoes easier. Onions steady. : Butter higher. Eggs duller. Poultry nominal. Vegetables not materially changed. Cherries and Apricots Bold up. « Oranges firm. Berries weaker. . Dried Fruits unchanged. Provisions as before. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department or Asßicrn> TCBK. WKATHKB BDBKAU, SAX FRANCISCO, June 17, 1895, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The following maximum temperatures have been reported from California stations to-day: Eureka, 56 degrees: San Francisco. 72; Los Angeles. 84: Red Bluff. 88; San Luis Obispo, 86: San Diego. 74; Sacramento, 86: Independence, 78; Yuma, 102; Fresno, 74. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those of the same date last year: Eureka 46.30, last year 65.15; Red Blu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS The City Council Prohibits the Charging of Fares on the Local. MANY TEACHERS DISCHARGED. There Will Be No Balloting for a Goddess of Liberty for the Fourth. By a vote of 6 to 3 the City Council last evening passed an ordinance introduced by Councilman Bassett prohibiting the charg ing of fares between stations within the city limits on the Seventh-street local. Tniess the Southern Pacific Company contests the measure and succeeds in hav ing it declared illegal, the train gates with the attendant gasmen will be an expensive luxury and probably be removed. Broadway and Washington street merchants would like nothing better than to see the gates go, as they claim that since they were put on the business of those thoroughfares has declined 25 to 50 per cent. They long for the days when every train from East or West Oakland de posited its load of passengers and made business lively. Councilman Bassett brought up the or dinance, when a motion was made to refer it to the...

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

12 CITIZENSHIP BY BIRTH. Attorney George D. Collins Takes Issue With Just ice Field. THE LATTER MAKES REPLY. He Says He Does Not Consider the Lawyer's Article Possesses Any Merit. Georpe D. Collins, a well-known attorney of tbis City, has taken issue with Associate Justice Field. In an article entitled "Citi zenship by Birth," in the last number of the American Law Review, Mr. Collins attacks a decision of Judge Field in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Circuit, in which he reiterated the dissenting views expressed by him in the much quoted "slaughter-house" cases. "According to this decision," as Mr. Col lins states it, "a child of Chinese parent age, both father and mother being subjects to the Emperor of China, born within- the territory of the United States, is, ipso facto, a citizen, and becomes, by the fact of birth, full vested with the status of Ameri can citizenship." This matter is of considerable interest to the people of the United States, in view of the new tide of immigr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. STRAND A TUT'I LET^S^uTRD^&ifCsELLs" ! buys and exchanges business interests of all de- i scriptions at short notice; 10 years' experience i qualifies us to handle all kinds of business to ad- ! vantage; also partners procured with responsible i parties only; we refer to banks and leading busi- ! ness firms as to our reputation aid standinir STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. , B>Jtuu ' n g- Bakery": OLD-ESTABLISHED; BEST cation In the city : uses 4 barrels of Hour daily large trade: great bargain on account of deuarture' STRAND ATO i U.K. 45 Third st. ve P «ure. &100 6ALOONI GOOD STOCK AND FT X : •nT *\J\J. tures: near 4 theaters; clears $150 a month; cheap rent: owner in place 6 years- retir- Ing. BLAND A 1 UiTLE, 45 Third st ' ■ -lO PARrXK!; . IN HORSE-SHOEIN(i *&XO\J. shop: clears $75 a month to each- rood chance. STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third st. ©1 PATENT ARTICLE: CLFAHS $lqU. $5 per day. . STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 J DJu St. S• j -|P7;ROCE"RY AND BAR, WITH 2...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 June 1895

14 CONVENTION FACILITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO Ample Accommodations for a Vast Throng of Visitors. NO SWELTERING NIGHTS. Railroads Can Transport All the Delegates and Spec tators on Time. WIRE SERVICE SUFFICIENT. The Journey Across the Mountains Will Instruct and Delight the Delegates. The facilities possessed by San Francisco for taking care of vast throngs of people are not'doubted" by any one wao surveys i he field of accommodation. In the line of hotel convenience only two cities in the United States surpass San Francisco, nnd these two are New York and Chicago. The quality of accommodations afforded is just as good in San Francisco as can be found anywhere else. New York has more hotels, ana can therefore shelter a iarger number of persons than the hostelries of this City can accommodate, but the ac commodations are not superior to those provided here. When it comes to providing meals for a multitude, tan Francisco is not behind any Eastern city. The restaurant facili ties of this t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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