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

WHERE OAKLAND'S POLICE CLERK WENT. said to Have Taken an Oak land Woman to Hono lulu. EXPERTS WORKING HIS SAFE. Friends of Mrs. Dean Say The Counterfeiter Hypno tized Her. "Walter R. Lambert, the alleged default ing Police Court clerk of Oakland, who has been missing since last Friday morning, is on his way to Honolulu, and he is accom panied by a fair but frail young woman, whose name is said to be Gertrude Mahoney. Lambert- and his female com panion sailed away on the. Mariposa, which left for Australia by way of Hono lulu a week ago yesterday, and they will probably land on Hawaiian soil to-day. Lambert was one of the last to go aboard the steamer, he and the young woman going up the gangplank just be fore the steamer sailed. They drove up in a coupe to the office of the Oceanic Steam ship Company on Montgomery street shortly before 3 o'clock and Lambert bought two tickets for Honolulu for J. C. Thomas and wife. Lambert seemed to be suffering from the effects of a protracted spre...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

14 APPROVAL FOR THE LONG BOULEVARD. The Projectors See the Main Difficulty in San Fran cisco. HOW THE CITY IS ISOLATED. San Mateo People Discussing the Big Scheme With Enthusiasm. # The great bay shore boulevard grew in beauty and magnificence in the minds of ,11 Mateo Count}' projectors yester day. The idea won many new admirers and supporters, too, when it was described in the Call in a general way as it exists in the imagination and hopes of its origi nators. There is nobody, for that matter, ■who will not approvingly, if not enthusi astically, contemplate the existence of a fine macadamized driveway from the heart of San Francisco to San Jose, affording an alluring route for pleasure drives through a region of richness, beauty and scenic charms. Of course, attaining this striking idea is a harder task than planning it, but the discussion of it is growing keener and more enthusiastic and the sentiment along the bay portion of San Mateo County, where three-fourths of the populatio...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

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Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 97. THE PACIFIC COAST Fresno Raisin-Growers Consider Plans of Organization. DRAFT CV CONSTITUTION A Central Agency Is to Have the Control of the District Sub-Agencies. SEVEN MEMBERS AS MANAGERS The Executive Committee Will Have Absolute Power to Contract All Sales. FRESXO, March 16.— Thomas E. Hughes presided at the meeting of raisin-growers •which was held in Kutner Hall to-day. The gathering was the largest held this season, raisin-growers from all parts of the county being present. T. C. White presented the report of the committee appointed to draw up a consti tution. It entered fully into the details of organization and met with very general approval. The Central Association is to have a president, secretary and treasurer and an executive committee of seven, to be chosen at the annual meeting of the stockholders. The officers are to be under heavy bonds. A constitution to be adopted by each of tho various district organizations or sub companies was included in...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

2 nothing here since and should not receive any more money." '•Stand up for your man. Explain, why don't you?" called out Brusie to Ewing. who at last reluctantly admitted that what Bennett said was true. He tried to ex plain that Bunner had done other work, but succeeded lamely. By this time the full force of the situa tion dawned upon the House. Ewing had fathered the scheme. Belshaw had loaned it his support. Yet these two were con sidered as among the chiefs of the "holier than thou" clique. The House fairly gasped in astonish ment, then a shout of derisive laughter went up, and Bennett had the satisfaction <.f bearing the resolution killed by a thun der of "noes." ' Since the resolution was beaten, it has been whispered that the resolution intro duced by Swing was written at the instiga tion of Slart in Kelly, who has occupied a seat at tne Populist's elbow during a large part of the session. CANNOT SWAP LOTS. Killing of a Bill Relating to the Ferry Bridge. SACRAMENTO, March...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

CUBA'S INSURRECTION Rebels Have Been Gain ing Every Battle Lately. THEIR PLANS STRATEGIC. Telegraph Lines Cut in Order That Facts Should Not Leak Out to Officials. LEADERS ARE INDEPENDENT. Several Severe Actions Have Re cently Occurred With Loss of Life and Arms. KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 15.—Au thentic advices direct say the Cuban revo lution is progressing most favorably. Ex act information as to the various move ments cannot readily be obtained, owing to Government censorship over telegraphic communications. This was foreseen and provided for. Each section of the revo lutionary party has been operating inde pendently so far. Each leader lights on his own account, thus distracting the Span ish forces and leaving them in perpetual doubt as to where and when the next blow will be struck. At every point occupied the insurgents' first act is to destroy the telegraph, so the Government shall be left in the dark as to their movements. It tfl supposed at Havana and Santiago that I>r. G...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

4 MAY RETURN TAYLOR Spain Not Expected to Bow to the United States. GRESHAM IS CRITICIZED. Diplomats Think He Should Not Have Acted Upon a Moment's Impulse. PRESENT NAVAL SITUATION. Warships to Overwhelm the Span iards Can Be Ready in a Week. WASHINGTON, March IC— Secretary am ia -till very sick, but was at the tmenl for a few boon to-day. He said to a Call correspondent that he had nut yet received any word from Minister Taylor ;it Madrid in regard to the AUianca affair, and al><> that there had been no developments in the case. Great interest is manifested in the matter in official circles. There is an impression that the Spanish Government will make its reply by merely handing Minister Taylor his passports and severing all diplomatic re lations with the United States. This would place the countries in the position now assumed by Venezuela toward Great Brit ain, Prance and Denmark, A a might have been expected Secretary Gresham is severely criticized for his course in the...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

TWO MEETINGS ON THE OCEAN. An Incident in the History of j the Crack Sailing Ship Elwell. A MOTHER'S PRESENTIMENTS. Drifting for Days in a Squadron of Undesirable Ice bergs. The ship Elwell, which recently lowered the round-trip speed time between this port and Nanaimo to a little less than nineteen days, was built at Newcastle, Maine, in IS?. 5 ), and came to this coast in I^M. She left San Francisco February li), reached Cape Flattery the 24th and THE CRACK SAILING SHIP ELWELL, ENTERING SAN FRANCISCO BAY. [Sketched for the "Call" by W. A. Coulter.} Nanaimo the 26th. Sailing March 3 on her return, she arrived in this port on the 10th. The vessel is 212 feet in length, 39.1 beam and 24 feet in depth, and registers -- tons net. She is commanded by Cyrus Ryder, who wins a $100 prize given by the company for record-breakage?. The Elwell is an old Cape Horn rounder and has been in close touch with the many perils that menace the ship beating her | way by that tempestuous point of land. ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

6 LAMBERT'S FLIGHT FROM OAKLAND. Checkered Career of the Bru nette Who Went With the Clerk. BARSTOWS STRANGE WILL The Catholic Societies Will Celebrate the Hibernian Holiday. The anxious bondsmen of the missing J clerk of the Police Court, Walter R. Lam bert, had the pleasure of looking into the treasure-box in the clerk's office yesterday, sixteen hours had been put in on the combination by Expert Ensign. Instead of Btacka of yellow gold the box contained only a few worthless bail bonds and a lot tery ticket for last month's drawing. There are many reports in circulation regarding the amount of Lambert's short age, some putting it as high as $10,000. The truth cannot be ascertained until the experts, who are now working on the de faulting clerk's books, have rinished their task. Expert York, who has charge of the work, said yesterday that the shortage so far discovered waa $1606, and unless some of the bail bonds found are forgeries this amount, be thought, would cover Lam bert's s...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

S!NI)AY • MARCH 17, 1895 .11 ST ABOUT THE WEATHER. .^eattier to-day is likely to be doubtful, with a slightly threat en.!? 5 n , s P ect - The official fore casters forgot to predict the slight >£i es of rain that made the cobblestones slippery yesterday ibtful, with a Bllghtly threat ng upect. The official fore urs forgot to predict theslight ines (it rain that made the "h'stones Blippery yesterday rning. The prognostication for to-dHv is as follows: Probably occasional light rains Sunday morning; clearing during Sun tnrp- hricw £**V nearly stAtimiary tempera westerly gh southerly winds, shifting to LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEr. Rt S a°n ca 1 r!y C datT TatOry ° f **" bC ° PCnCd r B !?°, Vi f, tims( ? { counterfeit coin reported their cases to the police yesterday. lames <,iiwnn, ex-Superintendent of Streets was sued for $1700 for hotel xmt The steam whaler Narwhal sailed yesterday Jor a two years' cruise in uiu Arctic. " Sigh school boys won a basket-ball tourna ment at i he V. M. ('...

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

8 NEW TO-DAT— DRY GOODS. . ' ' " . FIRST SHIPMENTS : : OF ■ NE"W SPRING QUTER GARMENTS ! We take pleasure in announcing the arrival of first shipments of the new Spring stock of our Great Cloak Department and in inviting an inspection of the INDESCRIBABLY BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND NOVELTIES exhibited this week we present a few examples of the EXCEPTIONAL values offered ! NEW SPRING CAPES. At $22.85. LADIES' TAN BROADCLOTH CIRCULAR CAPES, with seal brown applique on fronts and high circular collar, full bow of ribbon at neck, will be placed on sale at $2 95 each. SESgSfSKpSE -A.t 63.50. JLADIES' DOUBLE CAPES, of tan, black and navy broadcloth, both capes trimmed with braid, standing collar, finished with loops and streamers of ribbon, fastened with fancy clasp, will be placed on sale at $3 50 each. -A.t SO. LADIES' DOUBLE CAPES, of tan, navy and black ladies' cloth, lower cape trimmed with lace inserting, upper cape with Vandykes of lace, finished at neck with lace and ribbon, will be pla...

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

CRESCENDO AGAIN HAD A GALLOP. The Spring Stake, Worth $900 to the Winner, Was but a Walk for Him. LEDA FILLY BROKE A LEG. Jack Richelieu Downed Rear Guard in a Very Excit ing Drive. \\ bat has become of all of San Fran cisco'a high-rollers at the racetrack? Have i hey given the game up in disgust ?- Glancing around among the throng that crowded the betting-ring at the track yes lerday it was noticeable that all, or nearly all, of the big wagers that were recorded were made by Eastern turf followers. They are the life of the game, and when they be gin to take their departure, along about the first of the month, it will be like a play without the star. As usual Kiley Crannan's stand was the (outer of attraction, a large crowd with ad miring eves surrounding it from- the open ing of the betting. And, by the way, it was one of the most expensive days the young plunger has exi>erienced since he has been booking at the meeting. After Suing astray on the first two runs he got over-gener...

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

10 PUBLICATION OFFICE: r-2. r Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock r. m. BBAN< H OFFIOES-710 Market Ftreet, near Kejiniy. open until 12 o'clock midnight ; K?9 Hayes street, open until 9:3o o'clock ; 717 Larkin street, open until fl:*!0 o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth tod Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock; 2518 M isEion street, open until !) o'clock ; and 116 Ninth street, open until 0:30 o'clock. , " CIiUItCII. NOTICES. P I. V M 0 U T II CONGREGATIONAL S!S-»^ Church, Post St., between Buchanan and Webster— Rev. W. D. Williams. D.D., pastor. Preaching at 11 a. M. and 7:30 p. M. Sunday- schools al 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m.; Professor Lloyd's Bible class at 12:30 p. m.; Christian En- deavor at 6:30 r. m. Thursday evening, store- opt icon lecture by Rev. Dr. Harrison. "California, 11. r History and Her Prospects," one hundred views, admission 10 cents. Morning sermon, "Giv- ing Ourselves." Evening lecture, ••Half Hours With the Churches of San Francisco." This even...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

_ CITY REAL ESTATE, i■• HL UMBSEN tii. ~" \ REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, 14 Montgomery st., San Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records " which contains a list of- properties for sale in all parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. ©£AAO KISBION WARM BELT- 2 NICE OOUUU. bay-window flats of 5 and 6 rooms ana bath each; brick foundations, etc • lot3l-6x 117, to an alley; Fpir Oaks st. ' "■/*••"* &21 000 £" EAP v: R U SINESS CORNER: , }l }„, V onl - v ' 1 short dtataoce fron Market j«t.: lot • 52:6; a 5-story buildine would make this one of the finest investments in the city $3600 «f^ X V-WINDOW COTTAGE <n OUUU.«B rooms and bath; brick founda- tions, etc.; Eleventh st.: 10t 23:4x70. Sl,")00 ILINTO f PARK NR. MARKET Sth h -ts : s t^ i sojr^7 i 5: <i 6 r(>oms aDd S(il>()0 rNIOX -«T. INVESTMENT: SUB- fl^tTrems $31 !iSt U i a 9 -■*--"•>• buUding, In store and ! lla; ; rents $31; lot 19:6x60. Sl.^ooo TAYLOR ST -: INVESTMENT: $mt I r...

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

12 BUSINESS CHANCES. J LADIES, "attention: FIRSTV •4P"±"U. class branch baKery and confectionery; facilities for making handsome store: 3 living- rooms; a complete stock and a fine business; must be sold at once on account departure; establisned 4 years: best, possible business location. Particu- lars GEO. STEWART, 632 Market. YSTER AND CHOP HOUSE; PARTNER leaving for Europe. STRAND, 19 Sixth st. "PARTNER, WITH CABH, TO RANCH, JL ot 320 acres tan oak; Y. S. patent. Address U. C, box 163, Call Branch Office. 2 saloons. LUNCH-HOUSE AND LODGING- houf-e, cheap for cash. Apply 802 Fourth. Man WITH $3000 CASH ; MUST BE GOOD business man not afraid of work ; can make $500 clniir profit monthly for the next year; posi- tively no chance of loss. Address for three days A. X., box 85, this office. d_OCi 1 IH-.STAURANT IN FINE LOCAL- ijx)JJU\J. ity; 4 furnished living-rooms; rent only $15; no agents. 3421 Mission. PA KTN ESTABLISHED MONEY-MAK- ing bag business; experience not necessary. M., box...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

METAMORPHOSIS OF A BLUBBER HUNTER A ship is everlasting. Her timbers may resolve themselves back to dust and her individuality be lost from among the per sonnel of her fabric, but she passes to memory and lives. '•Sinnpre vive, ' always living, may be Written over the final mooring place of noble structures of the ware. Some ere resting in silent ordinary along the Btormlesa coves inshore, others* are down in the deeps of the tropic zone and their frames, like the bones of sea-born Ariel's m re, are "coral made," and not a few lie still under eternal winter's glacial shroud, not colder than the monument berg lifting its crystal crest above the dead. But they live— live as does the imperishless pole Mar from out whose ray no ship has ever wandered the great swelling globe around. On memory's mystic tides the pallid THE NIANTIC - WHALESHIP, STOREHOUSE, BUSINESS BLOCK. [Sketched for the "Call" by W. A. Coulter.] squadron sails and sails, passing and re passing in spectral review. Built...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

14 EVERY ONE FAVORS THE BOULEVARD. The Enterprise Is the Natural attendant of the valley Road. AWAITING DEFINITE EFFORT. It Is Urged That It Would Directly Pay in Dol lars Alone. The bay shore boulevard project gains momentum every hour. It is daily more strongly stamped with public and press approval in i?an Francisco, i^an Jose and every town between the two cities. in Jose at a meeting of the Board of Trade and elsewhere the pkui has been enthusiastically indorsed. In all the pretty towns that jewel the main highway down the west line of the bay it is talked of enthusiastically. In the city every progressive citi/.en speaks of it in the st-am that Nathan Dohrmann, president of the Merchants' Association, spoke of it yes terday. Not only are the many San Fran cisco people who live or own property down that way for it, but so is every one who takes pride in the city's progress. So far, it remains a magnificent idea, but even as such it wakes people up, and the spirit that attends M...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

BEFORE GRAN WON HID STARS We know with a good deal of detail the Ftory of Grant's successes from the time of Belmont to the day when he delivered over the White House to his successor. But the part of his career which was uneventfully contained in the few months prior to the outbreak of the Civil War and a few weeks after, or until he received his colonelcy, is so little known that all that can be said of it by almost every one is that it was a period of trial, of hard luck and at times almost of despair. It is possible, however, How to give something of detailed narra tive of that time, because one who was near Grant at Galena, who saw him in the tanner's store many times, who went with him to the meeting called by th<- citizens of Galena in answer to Lincoln's proclama tion, who had him as a companion from Galena to the Illinois capital, and liis roommate while Grant was there desperately straggling to gain an entrance into the service, is now living and can recall those times ...

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

16 The Lady of the PooL [Continued.] "I'll ask her, if I see her, whether she . ■wishes it," she wh#pered back; and, with a hasty good-night, seized Willies arm and hurried him off. Charlie was left alone with Calder. '•"What the deuce did she, mean? asked Qalder. "I don't know," answered Charlie. "Where did you meet her?" "Oh, down at home. The fellow she was with is a son of a tenantof ours; she's going to marry him." "She's a nice little girl, but I*m hanged if I know what she meant." And, as the one was thinking exclusively of Agatha Glyn and the other spared a thought for no one but Agatha ISrown, they did not arrive at an explanation. One result, however, that chance encoun ter had. The next morning Miss Agatha ', Glyn received a letter in the following j terms: Madam: I hope you will excuse me intrud ing, but I think you would wish to know that Charles Merccron is in London nnd that I met him this evening with Mr.Went As you Informed me that you hail passed Mr. Merce ron on t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

A Page For Women. Ooum of shrimp-pink moire and painted moire, red blooms u~ith greenery on a crevetlc ground; trimmings of pink silk muslin, white lace aivl pink velvet veiled icith lace. Bell skirt of moire finished with a deep pleated fiounce of silk muslin, headed with a puffing of the same. Bodice composed of a back, front with darte, and tide* of front, with fastening in front undef a lace jabot. Shoulder straps of lace-covered velvet, from which falls handsome lace forming a sort of collar describing a point in the back. Belt of velvet, collar and bal loons of painted moire. DAME FASHION'S LATEST FANCIES. The season is now at hand when the winter gowns and wraps are laid aside, and most of them deposited in trunks with , camphor. I used to fold my garments j cantAully, and having provided protection from moths felt I had done everything j necessary ; now I know better, and always rip up my gowns as much as possible — by this I mean that I always remove the drapery and rip off...

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