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

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Ambrosewf, the Noble Russian, Found Guilty in the Po lice Court. THREE NEW CITY OFFICIALS. The Pacific Athletic Association Appoints Committees for This Season. F. A. Ambrosewf, the doctor who claimed to be a Russian nobleman, was found guilty yesterday morning in the Police Court of practicing medicine without a license. Judge Wood based his decision on the fact that the doctor had not secured a license from the State Board of Medical Examiners, without which he violated the law. The defendant was given five days be fore the passing of sentence in order that he might have time to prepare a motion for a new trial. New Athletic Park. Oakland is to have an athletic park sec ond to none on the coast. R. M. Fitzger ald. P. Bowles and W. F. Pierce, three capitalists, have formed a syndicate to purchase twenty acres of land from J. E. McElrath, embracing live blocks between Shat*uck avenue and Grove street, in the Alpine tract, a short distance north of Temescal. The d...

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. — 13 July 1895

14 LOTTERIES DENOUNCED. Interior Journals Join With "The Call" in the Crusade. GEOSS FRAUDS ARE EXPOSED. The Country Press Is Unani mous in Fighting the Evil. The press of the State with unanimous voice commend the action of The Call in denouncing the lottery swindle. Excerpts from leading journals of California cities and towns show that the uprising against the lottery frauds have become one of magnitude. No better work, considering the morals of a community, has been done recently than that of the San Francisco Call against the lottery traffic. It is most effective, too, for that swindling traffic has been reduced one-half on account of the exposures of that journal. One of these lotteries is conducted by E. Fox & Co. of Kansas City, which is de nounced as a fraud. The Metropolitan National Bank of that city states as fol lows: "We desire to say that K. Fox & Co. have less than $180 to'their credit on our books. We have requested them time and again to discontinue referen...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 July 1895

«I SIN ESS CHANCES. -|)ROLL * STENBERG, 719 MARKET. NEAR X Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished bouses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco. Ala- meda and Oakland property: send particulars; all applications for sales promptly attended to. •<J> 97 <;K<u-KRY. BAR, LIVING-ROOMS: C— I O. reasonable rent: nice home for family; don't miss it. PROLL <fc STENBERG, 719 Market. eTTf'A CIGAR-STORE: CENTRAL LOCA- <3>OO\J. ion on Market; large transient trade; will safely guarantee $10 to $12 daily; trial given. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. QTfWI ELEGANTLY FITTED UP CORNER •7 I \t\J. saloon near Market st.; location best; departure. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. ©1 7X BRANCH BAKERY; STATIONERY, «1P 1 I U. living-rooms, furniture, splendid stock, fixtures: Western Addition. PROLL A STEN- BERG, 719 Market st. QOAA RESTAURANT; BIG-PAYING •_ «n»IF. place near large factory; hundreds of regular boarders: crowded during meal hours; full Investigation. PROLL...

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

16 HOME INDUSTRY MUST BE THE WATCHWORD. Rousing Mass -Meeting at Metropolitan Tem ple Last Night. ENTHUSIASM AWAKENED Co-Operation Urged Between Manufacturers and Consumers. PLAXS TO BRING PROSPERITY. Stirring Speeches Made by Con gressman Magulre, Samuel M. Shortrldge and Others. The mass-meeting held at Metropolitan Temple last evening, under the auspices of the Manufacturers' and Producers' Asscia tion, was a double success. Not only was the attendance so large as to crowd the edifice to the doors but it showed that the association which has for its object the promotion and encouragement of Califor nia industries has the sympathy and sup port of the people with it. Every sentiment which the speakers gave voice to, and each hope for future indus trial advancement, touched a responsive chord in the heart of each person in the audience, judging by the hearty manner in which the applause was bestowed. It was in all respects a representative gathering. In the audience were business me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— 44. A TORY LANDSLIDE. Crushing Defeat of the Liberals in English Elections. TRIUMPH OF SALISBURY. Will Now Be Able to Form a Ministry on Tory Lines. HABCOUKT IS BADLY BEATEN. Derby, Heretofore a Liberal Strong hold, Gives the Opposition a Large Majority. [Copyright 1595 by the New York Times.] LONDON, Esq., July 13.— 1t is decidedly an earthquake which has opened under the feet of the Liberal party to-night. Most sane people have been prepared during the week, especially since Gladstone so mark edly withdrew from even an appearance of interest in the contest, for a considerable Tory majority. To-night when, out of just six Liberal seats heard from, five were re turned as lost to the Tories, people began to admit that the outlook was pretty bad. However, as most of the losses were in Lancashire, there was a certain relief in remembering that that county was doubly disaffected over cotton duties and the In dian silver question, and it seemed legiti mate to hope that m...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

2 ENGLAND AND ITALY. An Alliance to Check hthe Avarice of Russia. WARNING TO THE CZAR. Great Britain Stands Ready to Aid the Southern Kingdom. THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. An Immense Stream of Lava Still Pouring From the , Crater. [Special cable to the .New York Sun.] LONDON, Esq.; July 13.— Nothing is to be gained apparently by further discussion of the week's unfortunate events at Hen ley. The Cornell men wisely concede that they would have been beaten, even if an accident to one of their men had , not hap pened in the race with Trinity Hall. They will be wiser still if they admit that the de feat was due to their unscientific method of rowing, instead of ascribing it to the English climate. The wjather in England in the. past month has been wonderfully equable. The changes have been far less sudden and extreme than they would have been sure to encounter at home. Three men of the Cornell crew were undoubtedly out of condition, but it is unreasonable to hold the weather responsible. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

DEATH IN A TORNADO. A Terrific Gale Sweeps the North Atlantic Coast. . MANY BUILDINGS RAZED. Three Persons Killed and a Number Injured in a New Jersey Town. CROPS TOTALLY DESTROYED. Hall Accompanies the Wind and Levels the Growing Grain and Tobacco. CHERRY HILL, N. J., July 13.— A tornado swept over this place at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, and besides robbing twenty-five families of their homes, killed three persons outright. The dead are: Conder Friedman, proprietor of the Cherry Hill Hotel; a Hungarian named Anton, in the employ of August Mund; and the eight-months old son of William Ahren. Edgar Chinnock, while attempting to re lease his horses from a barn, was caught in the ruins and his head badly crushed. The following are in the Hackensack Hospital: Charles Cole of Paterson, broken leg, blown from carriage while passing through Cherry Hill; Mrs. A. M. Ahren, one ear torn off; Willie Friedman, scalp wound; Andrew Suttle and Anton Hoffman, in the employ of N. C. Zabriskie, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

4 EUREKA WATER FETE. One of the Features of the Sequoia Car nival. BEAUTY OUT OF CHAOS. The Transformation That Is Being Wrought by the Committee. SPECIAL FIELD DAY LIKELY. Cyclists From All Parts of the State Already Entering for the ' Races. ;' EUREKA. Cal., July 13.-The voting for the Carnival Queen, which has been in progress for the past twenty days, ter minated this evening at 8 o'clock. During the entire contest the liveliest interest has prevailed, but to-night it became intense. Over 150,000 votes have been cast, of which Alma Haight received 68,655, Ella Mathews 67,860 and Annie Evans 9695. About 3000 ballots were cast ' for the withdrawn can- Elm a Hai?ht, Queen of the Sequoia Carnival. [From a photograph.] didates, Miss Hall and Miss Scott. Over $1500 was realized for the carnival fund from the contest. Miss Haiirnt, the chosen Queen, is a pretty brunette and resides at Rhoner viile, where much of her support came from. Maids of honor have been selected by committee as f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Owner Charles Boots Fined $250 Over the Services of a Jockey. MAY REMOVE HIS HORSES. Thornhill, Carrying Lots of Stable Money, Won the Handicap in a Drive. Thomas H. Williams Jr. leaves for the East to-night. Johnny Humphrey took his trainer's tip .and backed Thornhill all over the ring. Judging by the length of the lines back of his box Billy Beverly did not fancy the chances of Reno and Mero. Little Pete, the Chinese plunger, is said to have experienced a swell day of it yesterday, among other winning bets making a mild "killing" over Crawford's win. Previous to the opening race of the day Wyatt Earp notified the judges that Esperance was no longer in his stable so that he might not be held accountable for any of his future per formances. Nellie G is said to be a dope fiend, and before the race in which she was entered was called two of the owners having horses entered in the race against her made a protest to the judges against the "hypo" being used on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

6 THE METHODS OF THE LOTTERY SWINDLERS. Upson's Counterfeits of the Little Louisiana Company. METZGER AND FRANKLIN Their Mail Seized in the Post office and Marked "Fraud ulent." THE WELLS -FARGO EXPRESS. Earle & Co.'s "Goods" Are Being Transported Regularly and Without Trouble. The 50 per cent decrease in the lottery traffic in this City since The Call's cru sade against the pernicious and dangerous vice began has affected the genuine lot teries more than it has the counterfeit and bogus swindles. In truth, it has almost cleared the market of genuine lottery tick ets, leaving the demand to be supplied by the counterfeit tickets and the tickets of fake companies. It is Chief Crowley who gives the in formation. He is watching the illegal Mr. We found to-day in our office a letter from you, and the same is dated April. 21, and we are at a loss to know where the letter has been for the past ten days, as some one must have left it in our office, as it had no stamps on, therefore coul...

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

3** »*&s>&&M SUNDAY JULY 14, 1896 AMUSEMENTS. Columbia 'I'iIKATF.R— "The Senator." Tivoli Opera-house— "Tar and Tartar." California Theater— "The Old Homestead." Morosco's Opera-house— "The Prodigal Daugh- ter." Orpheuk— Array of Novelties. Alcazar Til ATKH.— "Hamlet." Goubits Oat* Park— Golden Gate Parte Band State Boabd or Trade Exhibit.— s7s Market street, below Second. Open dally. Admission free. Central Park.— Sunday. July 14. Prof. O. R. Gleaaon, King of Horse Tamers. PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS. French National Celebration. — Sunday, July 14, at Shell Mound j'ark. L.i (AMi-o-Sunday, July 14— Music Dancing. Boating;, etc. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Emmanuel Baptist Church will he formally rededieated to-day. The Haight-strect School building will be one of the finest in the City. Over 500 people went to Santa Cruz yester day on a special excursion train. The Richmond district is to have a new opera house, at an estimated cost of $10,000. The Maeomber-Grayson Electric Compan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

8 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'ciock every Wjfct In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— B3O Montgomery street, „,;,.( ;. . : open until 9:30 o'clock. £Sfl Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 larkin street, open until 0:30 o'clock, SV,'. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open titil f o'clock. ".-51S Mission street, open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. CHCKCH NOTICESj.^^^ mas' TRiNrWcHrmcH. cob. bush and Bfi£? Cough sts.— Rev. George Edward Walk, rec- tor Fifth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday-school at o-30 •.. m. Morning prayer and sermon by the rector at 11 a. m- Te Denm and jubilate In E (Barnby): offertory, "Send Out Thy Light" (Gounod). Evening prayer and > sermon at 7:45 o'clock. Bonura Est and Bencdic Anima in F (Whitney*: offertory, '-Lord, at All Times I will Bless Thee" (Mendelssohn). H. J. Stewart, organ- ist and musical director. rF^-*f» CENTRAL METHODIST EPISCOPAL Lr-^ Chur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. I pi H. UMBSEN A CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTOBS AND AUCTIONEERS. 14 Montgomery St., near Market, 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. <&/IQZ.fI NEARLY NEW SUBSTANTIAL f^XOOXJ. bay-window house of 7 rooms and bath: brick foundation, etc.; Fulton St.; nice location. <3* ifHIA CHEAP; 2 FLATS OF 6 AND 4 »^-±UUU. rooms and bath each; bay-window brick foundation: stone walks, etc.: rent $.'1", 101 80x114; Elizabeth st. $1 Q7 C BARGAIN; WESTERN ADDITION XO I O. residence; sunny line of O'Farrell St.. 2-story house of 7 rooms and- bath, etc; lot fronts on two streets. SI fiflfl FILBERT ST. iNVESTMENT; i UUU. store, flat and 2 cottages- rent $44 50, lot 48x81:6. Qfil -AH CALIFORNIA ST.: 2 FINE BAY- OOIOU. window flats of 7 and 6 rooms and bath each: brick foundation; all modern improve- ments and conveniences; lot 25x137:6. <S9^nri CLI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

10 BUSINESS CHAWCES. _^ _^OH7ST^'I>ESTABLISHED CORNER SA- «J)OOU. loon and lunch house; 5 furnished rooms: on account of new business. Callat_u.is._'- SCHMIDT CO., 1001 Market Or - **. FntST^LASS SALOON: BEST COR- «Jf) OOU . ner In city : elegant fixtures ; costly safe ; cash register cost $225: low rent: receipts, $15 per day. BARRETT A CO.. 865% Market st. _**./W' COFFEE SALOON, NEAR OCCI- _IOUU. dental Hotel; no night or Sunday worK: receipts $20. SPECK A CO.. 602 Market st. TDHYSICIANS AND GOOD BUSINESS. MEN A on this coast out of immediate employment can make some money with our Portable As- sistant; small capital required; this means busi- ness to the right one. Call or address room 90, Chronicle building. S. F. State partner wanted. <_ -""./111 ON ACCOUNT OF BEING EN- ♦jDOOUo. gaged in two businesses owner will sell a first-class, centrally located, paying- hotel; 106 rooms: all modern conveniences. M. M. FOOTE, 14 McAllister st. • . ALOON FOR SALE CHEAP: NO BETTER loca...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Members of the Police Force Come to Ex-Chief Schaf fer's Aid. WILL CONTEST WITH LLOYD. Charles Callan Flees With His Em ployer's Money and a Pretty Alameda Girl. In spite of the declaration of ex-Chief of Police Louis Schaffer that he had not made up his mind regarding a contest for the position, it is now certain that he will make a strong effort to remain in office, and that he will have financial backing to accomplish this end. Since the date on 7 which he asserted that he would step out without a contest because of the unpleasantness which the action of Messrs. Peirsoi and Wilson in voting for his dismissal had engendered, a change has come over his mind. This transformation was due to the fact that the few friends he has on the force have tendered him their moral and finan cial backing, and will aid him in lighting the new incumbent, C. E. Lloyd, to the bitter end. A few days after Schaffer was deposed a number of" employes of the department, who had been t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

12 SPUR TRACKS SPOIL A FAMOUS DRIVEWAY. Only the Park Commis sioners May Remove the Rails. A PUBLIC OBSTRUCTION. The City Authorities Have No Control Over the Great Highway. WILL THE ROAD BE REMOVED? There Is No Valid Excuse for It Remaining There Any Longer. Now that the true inwardness of th« Midwinter Fair spur track has been ex posed by The Call a fair question is, How long will the Southern Pacific tracks re main without a license or franchise on the ocean boulevard ? Only the Park Commissioners can an swer that question, for it transpires thai the whole road, excepting that part of it which traverses the Spring Valley Com pany's lands, is under the control of the Park Commissioners, and the municipal authorities are reported to have no say in the matter at all. Of course, it is a peculiar state of affairs that the people of San Francisco, through their municipal servants, should have no power in such a matter. The Southern Pacific Railroad has planted its rails al most in the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

Camp Taylor, July 13.— Recent arrivals here are: George Hubert, Miss O. McElroy, J. M. Long, W. F. Moore, J. Hilgatlan, H. C. Wilson, M. Murray, S. Butterfieid. John Green and wife, J. B. Johnson and wife, B. P. Barker, Mrs. T. Quigley, Mr. Plunder and wife, Mr. Glynn and wife, F. Hodge, J. McArdle, Mrs. Reed and daughter, S. Viscovitch, Carrie East ing, D. Cross, J. M. Reynolds, Lou Wilson, C. Hatfield, W. Leahy, H. B. Thomas and wife, S. Featherstone," O. P. Filch, F. E. Sawyer, 11. Morgan, Mrs. Rudgear, William Rudgear, A. Cunningham, , H. Schaezleim and family, R. Hazen, R. A. Hazen, Mrs. J. Butterworth, Thomas Brady, Miss Adams, Thomas Graham, Miss Cowan, A. Ayres and wife, J. Ibbotson, George C. Wood, E. Gosmcr, 11. F. Windele, Gus Ritter, E. Bitter, J. Flvnn, L. J. Sutter, J. W. Clark, E. J. Clark, W. Ram say, C. Trolliet. B. F. Davis, E. VanWynn, E.F. Flynn, J. Straub, E. Xeubauer, L. Baumleigh, J. Waldheimer and daughter, W. A. Friend, Mrs. Friend, Mrs. Chrishoffer, W. A. S...

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

14 In Childhoods Realm. Blue and Gold. Little Two Years Old. my son. Life for you has just begun ; Dew is fresh upon the grass, All along the way you pass : Every blade your dear feet press Gives a gentle, cool caress. Violets and buttercups Chronicle your downs and ups. Blue and gold, and gold and blue, Seemeth all the world to you. Little Two Years Old, too soon You will know the heat of noon. Dust along your path will lie, And the grass be sere and dry. Every blade will give a thrust. Cry and urge. "You must! you must!" Rose and flame with cruel thorn Best will tell the sweet pain borne. Bed and brown and brown and red Seems the world, the sun o'erhead. Little Two Years Old. the light Softens when you say "good-night." Sweet the journey will be when You are almost home again. Ever, footstep brings you near Faces, voices, long held dear. Gentian blue and goldenrod Lead you onward up to God. Blue and gold, and gold and bine, So the world will be to you. A True Fairy Tale. Have you ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

BRIGHT IDEAS FOR UP TO DATE WOMEN AND MEN. Half the pretty girls are inquiring about I the "Night in Venice." They ask me, 'What shall we wear?" about a dozen, times a week, as I am credited with know ing all about it, having been in Belvedere last year when the first celebration took place, and 1 can assure you all it was well worth the trip across the bay, for the bril liant success of the exertions by tne Belve derians and the Arkites was proclaimed far and wide, and this year everything will be on a larger scale. By this I mean that many more thousands of lanterns will be used, the fireworks will be more numerous, two bands, instead of one, will play until the wee small hours, the owners of yachts, arks and launches will all vie with one another in entertaining the most charm ing women in California, every one keep ing open house for friends, and I have been positively informed that the tide will be exactly right and the moon will shed her light over all, giving the finishing to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 July 1895

16 A HEROINE OF THE CHEHALIS. ME «_£>¥£ ©if WMrew, "All aboard!" "Hold on, Dick, you're short one." "Well, hurry 'em up, then. We're twenty minutes behind already and the weather don't look any too pleasant. But here he comes.", "The dilatory passenger who climbed to his seat behind the driver of the Monticello stage was a good-looking young man of broad athletic frame, frank kindly expres eion, with but one defect, which, in the eyes of the stalwart frontiersmen who lounged in the little Monticello inn, was beyond all. condolement — he wore a monocle. He might be as strong as Samson and as valiant as Hercules, but with that single glass in his eye he was nothing in their es timation but a type of the effect of San Francisco civilization, which from the bot tom of their hearts they abominated and despised. A few nights before Howard Ashton's departure to write up the Northwestern m THE DOOR FLEW OPEN AND MIRANDA FLEW INTO THE ROOM." [From a sketch by a "Call" artist.] • \ country...

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