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

IN WILLIAM'S DOMAIN Mystery of the Illness of the Empress Explained. A ROW OVER SOCIALISM. Fierce Feud Between a Burgo master and a Federal President. YON GERLACH SNOWED UNDER. So Confident of Election Was He That He Went to Kiel as a Member of Reichstag. BERLIN, Germany, July 6.— Despite the mystery surrounding tne illness of the Empress while at Kiel and the various conflicting statements which were issued in regard to it, attributing her indisposi tion to this and that and the other cause, it has transpired that the real cause of her sickness and consequent seclusion was an accident brought on by the exertion of traveling and the excitement of the fetes. The Empress, being in good health, rap idly recovered from the effects of tier mis hap, and the Emperor was assured of her complete restoration to health before leav ing for Stockholm, where lie arrived to da*y. Since her return to Potsdam the Empress has enjeyed good health and has been able to take her usual daily exercise in t...

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. — 7 July 1895

4 PACIFIC COAST NEWS The Body of a Murdered Man Found at Sac ramento. LONG WALK OF A MUTE. Plot of Bunko Men to Keep a Lodi Witness Out of Court. LOS ANGELES BRIBERY CASE. Work on Santa Barbara's New Electric Line About to Be Commenced. SACRAMENTO, Cal., July 6. — The body of Juen Orellanda, an aged Chilean, who for a number of years past has been the watchman of the property of the San Joaquin Transportation Compony in this city, was found in the river shortly after 4 o'clock this afternoon. Orellanda had been missing since Tues day. He was undoubtedly murdered and then thrown into the river. There was a deep incision under the lower jaw on the right side and a scalp wound extending from over the right eye to the center of the head, which was crushed in. A ban dana handkerchief was tied over the dead man's eyes. The case is a mystery and the police are at work endeavoring to rind a clew. JPXOT AOAIAST A LODI FARMER. Scheme of Bunko Men to Keep a Witness Out of Court. LODI, Cal., Ju...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

THE RICHMOND DISTRICT Over Fifty Buildings Are Now in Course of Con struction. THE RACETRACK PROBLEM. The' Residents Are Badly Divided on This Most Interesting Sub ject. The residents of the Richmond district are nothing if not enterprising. At present there are probably fifty dwelling-houses and stores in course of erection. The major portion consists of handsome, two story frame buildings, costing from $2500 to $10,000 each. On the northeast corner of Point Lobos avenue and Second avenue W. L. Hines is erecting a handtome, mod ern two-story dwelling that will cost in the neighborhood of $10,000 when com plete. Three blocks away, on California street and Second avenue, Steuart Menzies is building six two-story frame buildings, which when completed will add materially to the attractiveness of that portion of Richmond. The six houses are built very close to each other, in such a manner that the rear of all can be merged into one or continued separate should the several oc cupants so ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

6 UNLAWFUL ACTS OF SEVEN SUPERVISORS. They Will Now Add Another to a High- Handed Series. NO EXCUSES ARE OFFERED Petition of One Railroad Com pany Ignored in Favor of Another. THE ONE WOULD NOT BLEED. How Behrend Joost Did Not Get a Franchise— ls Still in the • j Fight. To-morrow the Street Committee of the Board of Supervisors will make its report to the board favoring the petition of the Market-street Railway Company for a franchise out Ocean House road to the pro posed new race-track and the ocean. And Behrend Joost— the man who has been pleading week after week for this same franchise— will probably be ther« to hear it done— just as a matter of melan choly satisfaction. Neither the Market street Railway Company nor any one rep resenting the able-bodied corporation will BEHREND JOOST. [From a photograph by Taber.] waste a moment over the petty details. They will not deem it necessary. The board will, by a majority vote, ap prove the actions of the committee; a reso lution, alread...

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

SCNPAV JULY 7, 1898 AHUSEMENTS. CoiXMMtk Theater— "The Senator." Tivoi.i Opera-house— "Tar and Tartar." < ai.ikorxia Theater— "The Old Homestead." Morocco's Opera-house— "Under the Lash." Hrphevm- Array of Novelties. Golpev Gate Park— Golden Gate r.irk Band. PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS. KlCampo— Music, Dancing, Boating, ale. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. c, race Episcopal Church has a new choir to day of men's voices. St. James' Episcopal Mission now has morn ing service every Sunday. Mrs. Frank M. Pixley wai prostrated by a Stroke of paralysis last Tuesday. The First Christian Church has extended a call to Rev. George M. Campbell. Rev. w. N. Meserre will officiate for some months at the Free Baptist Church. Big Ben Butler, tho monstrous, sea lion at the Cliff House, died yesterday after a fight. The Call's weekly resume of doings among the local manufacturers appears in this issue. Mrs. s : \rah Halsey lived in want, but be queathed #1100 to* a wealthy sister in HOW York. Work has commenced on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

8 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL.- BUSINFSS OFFICE of the San Francisco CAHr -710 Market street, open uutll 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES-630 Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock. SSB Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Lai-kin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. SVY. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until {) o'clock. 261 8 Mission street,- open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth .-ireft. open until f>:3o o'clock. CHUKCH NOTICES. b£~3eS~simPs3n MEMORIAL METHODIST Episcopal Church, corner Hayes and Bu- chanan streets. Rev. A. C. Hirst, D.D., LL.D., Dastor- residence, 813 Brodenck street. Services it 11 a. m 7:45 r. m. Preachinz at 11 a. m. by the Rev. R. T. .Marrlck and at 7:45 r. M. by the Rev J <;eorge Gibson, D.D., pastor of Emmanuel Church Special music at both services. Sunday- school at 12:30 p. m.: C. B. Perkins, superinten- j dent. Epworth League services at 6:30 f. m. Seats free; ushers in attendance. The public cor- dially invited to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

CITT REAL ESTATE. H. TJMBSEN & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS. -•;.!?*•'' 14 Montgomery et., near Market, San Francisco. call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties for sale in au I'arts of the city. ' ■ IMPROVED PROPERTY. ©91^0. BAY-WINDOW COTTAGE OF C — LOO. rooms and lot 25x80; near 7th and iiryant sts. _____ a- 99^0 EXCELSIOR HOMESTEAD; COT- >-J.OVJ. t»?e and several bargains: lot 200 x l-_' 4; fronts on 3 streets": only 200 feet from Mis- sion st. ; this is a bargain. 82300! wfn n dow $ flats in good condition; btone St., near Powell and Jackson. Q^OO 2 SUBSTANTIAL BAY-WINDOW §5000. flats of 5 rooms bath each; brick foundation; all latest conveniences; rents *4-iOU, lot 25x114; od 23d St. CM AAA A GR4.ND BARGAIN; PACIFIC &4000. Heights cottage of 5 rooms and bath; lot 25:6x50; Webster st. L-ntt" r\r\/\ TAYLOR ST.: 2 FLATS OF 7 15.000. Ind 6°oon^ and bath each; lot 25x80; street accepted. C!>-|O 'A...

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

10 BUSINESS CHANCES*. Q^A^Vn?r"HOTEL PROPERTY AND BUSI tJpOU. UUU. ness for sale; best paying business on line of railroad, in thriving town; did business $35,000 in 1894, far better expectations for 1895; fine buildings and grounds: accommodations ample and first-class: splendid opportunity and bargain to right man. CURTIS A BOWLEY, Mills building, San Francisco. REAT BAROAIN-FOR SALE CHEAP; whole or half interest of fine corner liquor- store. 401 O'Farrell st. ; ANTED— PARTNER IN WKIL-ESTAB- »V Hshed machinery business: $15,000 required: full value for money. Address P., box 16&, this office. . ■■ OR HALF-INTEREST IN FAMILY hotel; 100 rooms: enjoys highest reputation; always done good business; paid cash for every- thing; no creditors: will sell for less than half the value of furnishings; references given aud re- quired; price $2500; principals only. Hotel, box 51, this office. nOKXER BRANCH BAKERY, CANDY, NO- \J tions and tobacco store for sale. 2401 Mission street. : " T AU...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Roads to Be Investigated by the State Highways Bureau. WILL MEET ON WEDNESDAY. Insinuations by the City Council In Relation to the Board of Education. The Alameda County Good Roads Asso ciation feels jubilant over the meeting about to be held in their interest under the auspices of the California State Bureau of Hitrhways. The association has been laboring un ceasingly for months, and now that it has the co-operation of the State bureau it will go on with renewed energy. The State bureau is composed of R. C. Irvine, J. L. Maude and Marsden Manson. I Hiring their short stay here at the time of the meeting, July 17, they will be shown even' courtesy by the good-roads people of this city. It is proposed to drive them over a number of the principal highways of the county that they might see the work needed to be done, count}' Clerk I'Tank C. Jordan is in receipt of the following communication from the committee: ■If Clerk, Alameda County— Dear Sir: In a> >'!>...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

12 THE STATE MILITIA IN A PRETTY MUDDLE. Shoulder - Straps and Chevrons in Danger Everywhere. MORE COMPANIES TO GO. The Board of Location In a Tangle Of Innumerable Propositions. PLANS FOR REORGANIZATION. In the Process of Reconstruction There Is Promise of More Trouble. The National Guard of California is in a sad mess. The mess is quite bad enough in itself, but the National Guard is addi tionally afflicted as to when and how it will get out of it. Governor Budd doesn't know, neither does General Dimond, and Adjutant-General Barrett is not a whit wiser than bis colleagues on the Military Board of Location. Meanwhile every shoulder-strapped citizen-soldier in the State declines to hazard any opinion upon the subject of where he is "at" for the pres ent. The National Guard of the State, which until recently mustered about seventy companies, had been allowed somethint: like $180,000 a year to get alonp with. This rather liberal allowance was utilized in the payment of armory rents, e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

BALLS &ROUTS AT SAN RAFAEL "When I arrived at the Tennis Court rather late on Wednesday afternoon I looked about me and saw the people who do not matter. There were little rows of them, neatly piled one above the other, like little loaves of bread on the shelves of a Dakeshop, and it occurred to me that they were all pale and heavy and a trifle underdone. They were principally girls, light, indefinite girls, in blue shirts, white duck skirts and white sailor hats. They sat and breathed and stared. They stared a good deal at the little boys who were playing tennis, whom they knew, and they stared even more at the little people who were not playing tennis, whom they did not know. When there was a sharp rally they applauded flabbily. Wnen the wrong man made the right play they hissed rudely. "When they discovered a Btranger or so in their midst they com mented audibly. I observed that their hands troubled them, that their feet were a responsibility, that their frocks were another, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

14 IN CHILDHOODS REALM 6EVEX TIMES ONE. There's no dew left on the daisies and clover, There's no rain left in the heaven: I've said my seven time 6 over and over, Seven times one are seven. I am old, so old I can write a letter, My birthday lessons are done: The lambs play always, they know no better, They are only seven times one. O Moon! in the night I have seen you sailing And shining so round and low; You were bright, ah, bright! but your light Is fail ins— You are nothing now but a bow.. You Moon, have you done something wrong heaven, That God has hidden your face? I hope if you iiave you will soon be forgiven And shine again in your place. O velvet bee, you're a dusty fellow, Vou"ve powdered your legs with gold ! O brave miahmary buds, rich and yellow, Give me your money to hold. O columbine, open your folded wrapper, Where two twin turtle-doves dwell, O cuckoo-pint, toll me the purple clapper That haugs in your clear, green boll ! And show me yo.ir n^st with the young ones i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

BRIGHT IDEAS FOR UP TO WOMEN AND MEN July has seen a regular exodus, and the up-to-date young man is kept in a pleas urable state of excitement trying to decide whether he loves Maud the best on her wheel, playing tennis or golf, in her yachting dress, or when she is reaiy for the hop, a dear, sweet mortal all in frills of rose chiffon, showing just enough of the prettiest shoulders in the world. The young man may not have definite ideas about the new woman, but if Maud is one he loves the entire -sisterhood with entire devotion. Really and truly, what is the new woman, or rather I should say what is she not? How do you like this for a definition: One who has ceased to be a lady and not yet learned to be a gentle man. To confess the truth, I know no more than the average young man what is meant by the expression, for some will use it to describe the brightest and most charming of cur sex. and others again only when alluding to some most unwomanly action, so really I begin to dislike...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

16 ASTRIDE A FROZEN ANCHOR IN A GALE. \ Startling Midnight Adventure m the British Channel BY DENIS KEARNEY. Itlwas in the winter time. The sky was very dirty looking to the southwest, and thelittle breeze that was upon us came up from the east'ard, but the clouds— the dark threatening clouds — were moving slowly the other way. It had been snowing all the forenoon, and the captain, who was a short stocky Englishman of the easy-going type, hesi tated about putting out to sea on the high tide of that afternoon. He was very cau tious owing to the reported loss of a great many vessels all along the coast. Even a couple of collie s that left the Bute docks the week before Lad foundered in the Bris tol Channel, and every soul was drowned. Our vessel, the Ffnchley, was a soft wood, St. Johns- built craft, of about TOO tons capacity, and was bark rigged. Every thing about h«r in the shape of sails, I CAUGHT HOLD OP ONE OP THE BBOXEN BACK ROPES, THE END OP WHICH LED UP TO THE CATHEAD." stand...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

WAGES AT THE POTRERO. Pacific Rolling-MMIs Steel- Workers Advanced 10 Per Cent. BETTER MARKET FOR IRON. No Particularly Big Orders, How ever, Received at the Largre Concerns. General Manager Charles M. Iteeney announced yesterday that the wages of the steelworkers and also of a number of men on the rolls at the Pacific Rolling-milla have been increased 10 per cent voluntar ily and without any request for such raise being made by the men themselves. About 150 employes are thus benefited. The increase took effect on the Ist of the month. Mr. Keeney's explanation is that the raise was made because the company believed it was the proper thing to do. Naturally, the large number of iron workers employed in this City and partic ularly at the JPotrero view this increase of wages as an indication of a manufacturing revival. The inference is that the price of manufactured products has gone up some what, warranting the wage increase. On this point, however, local manufacturers are divided. A v...

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

18 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Postage Free : Pally and Sunday CaXX, one week, by carrier. $0.1 5 Tally and Sunday Cai.i, one year, by mail... 6.00 I>aily anri Sunday CtAli, six months, by mail 3.00 Pally and Sunday Cai.i.. three months, by mail 1.50 Daily ami Sunday Cai.u one month, by mail .50 Sunday Cai.u one year, by mail 1.50 Weekly Call, one year, by mail 1.60 BUSINESS OFFICE : 710 Market Street. Telephone Main— lß6B EDITORIAL ROOMS: 617 Clay Street. Telephone Main-1874 BRANCH OFFICES : 530 Montgomery street, corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. 339 Hayes street: open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street; open nntil 9:30 o'clock. S\V. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open until 9 o'clock. 2518 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock. 116>"lnth street; open until 9:30 o'clock. OAKLAND OFFICE: 908 Broadway. EASTERN OFFICE: Tacific States Advertising Bim-an, Khinelandet building, Kose and Duane streets, Ntw York City. THE SUMMER MONT...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

Tennis. The Castle Crags cotillon. Lunch parties at Burlingame. The Fourth at the summer resorts. The regulars at Monterey this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. OB. Guun's tug party. Burlingame pigeon shoot nest Saturday. The following engagements have been an nounced: William Orinsby Weyman and Miss Rose Faull. John Horsford Hunt and Miss Olive Ella Cutler. Kaufman Wertheimer and Miss Hannah Clayburgh. WHAT IS GOING ON. Tennis at San Rafael, the Regulars at Monterey and the Burlln trame Pigeon Shoot. As usual in Fourth of July week there has been little going \>n in the way of private so cial affairs. The great attraction, of course, has been the tennis tournament over at San Rafael. A: all the summer resorts preparations were made for celebrating the Fourth more or less elaborate, but in many cases the rain pre vented carrying out the programmes. The regulars at Monterey will draw many down there during the coming week, and on Saturday Burlingame, with the pigeon shoot, will be the attrac...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

20 BRIGHT PARAGRA[HS ANENT THE WEEK'S THEATRICAL EVENTS. The coming week promises some pleas ant evenings for theater-goers. While there are few novelties, none of the fea tures to be presented are dull. Consider ing the fact that so many people are out of town, the playhouses are well patronized. COLUMBIA THEATEE. 11 The Senator" to Be Followed lj "Our Girls." " The Senator " will continue for the J coming week at the Columbia Theater, after which Miss Helen Dauvray will be seen for the first time in San Francisco in Bronson Howard's comedy, "Our Girls." This comedy was written for Miss Dauv ray, and will be produced under her per- \ sonal direction. The cast will include al most the entire personnel of the Frawley Company. Souvenirs will be presented to the ladies attending the opening perform ance of "Our Girls." It has also been ar ranged to take a flashlight photograph of the audience on that occasion. Managers Friedlander, Gottlob & Co. have arranged to give the first pres...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

A MODERN HOLIDAY ON MOUNT OLYMPUS. /L Bookmakers Talking About the Thoughts and Figments . /* Ji OF THE LITERARY WORLD. V The Call to-day introduces a novel feat ure. It is a glimpse into the liter ary life of the Western Coast. Without doubt it will prove interesting to writers and readers of California. Here may be seen at play such notable? as Ina Donatella Coolbrith, William Giver Harrison, Ken neth Malcolm (Markham), AdeliDeKnapp, "The Chiel," and others?. HOLIDAYS ON OLYMPUS. Who were they, these holiday-makers? That is for the world to learn for itself. This world, so wholly given op to its mad chase in pursuit of something that it can get for nothing, shall at least give a guess for the identity of the guests who assem bled on Olympus that day. They were old friends, however, well known to readers of The Call. There was Runnyrnede, earnest and serious, with high ideals for art and life. There was The Artirt, wi€b his Spanish face glowing with inspiration and the delicious Sc...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

22 QUERY COLUMN If correspondents neglect to give correct names and addresses they must not be disappointed 1< ihtre is no answer to the communication. The names are not for publication, but for reference. Questions will be answered as soon as possible after they are received. Sometimes an answer cannot be'had sooner than three weeks after start ing the inquiry. Questions the answers to which will amount.to nn advertisement of any business or article will not be answered. Questions asking for the standing of any in dividual or firm will not be answered. No questions in arithmetic, algebra or geometry will be answered. Material for debaters will not be furnished. Religious questions respectfully declined. Bicycle Terms— G. P., City. A novice bicycle race permits entry therein of any rider who has never won a race, or a second or third place. He may have started in a dozen races, but nerer being placed, he is still a novice. All novices are class A riders. A scratch race is one whe...

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