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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

4 NEW TO-DAY— DRY GOODS. SPECIAL VALUES IKT- SILKS AND BLACK DRESS GOODS! The EXTREMELY LOW PRICES that characterize every arti- :le comprising our UNEQUALED NEW SPRING STOCK are strongly emphasized THIS WEEK in our Silk and Black Dress Goods De- partments where, in connection with numberless other attractions in NEW AND ELEGANT FABRICS, we offer the following UNMATCHABLY CHOICE BARGAINS ! SILK DEPARTMENT. At 12. Cents. 100 pieces ALL-SILK SHANTUNG PONGEE will be placed on sale at 12^c a yard. j£Sjt 45 Cents. 35 pieces FANCY STRIPED SUMMER SILK, in air the newest combinations, good value for 75c, will be placed on sale at 45c a yard. jC^x S3 Cents. 20 pieces 24-INCH BLACK SURAH SILK, soft, heavy quality, extra good value for 75c, will be placed on sale at 55c a yard, j&.t OS Cents. 750 yards FANCY FIGURED AND STRIPED SILK VELVET, former price $2, $2 50 and $3, will be placed on sale at 95c a yank BLACK DRESS GOODS. -£Lt 25 Cents. 40 pieces FINE ALL-WOOL FRENCH SURAH SERGE will b...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

THE TROUBLES OF LA REGALONCITA secretary mccomb said she Was Too Young to Dance in Public. HER MANAGER ARRESTED. Rev. Dr. Ferdinand Ewer, Her Grandfather, Was a Well- Known Pioneer. V The withdrawal of the three little dancere known as La Regaloncita, La Gra^iosa and La Preciosa from the Or pbeum, where their infantile but artistic antics created some commotion, is due to the action of Secretary McComb of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. A few days ago that official caused the arrest of Manager Walter for violation of the law relating to minor chil dren acting upon the stage, and until the case is settled in court^ the little dancers will enjoy an enforced rest. La Regaloncita is the nine-year-old dancer whose case created a sensation in New York three years ago. Elbridge T. Gerry, the head of the Humane Society of that city, caused the arrest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Ewer, for unlawfully exhib iting the child, and after months of litiga tion the courts fi...

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. — 19 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL—»6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— per year. AVEEKLY CAJJ —11.60 per year. The Eastern oflice of the SAX FRAXCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Hose and I)i;;\ni' streets, Sew York. |" JJz' TUESDAY MARCH 19. 1895 To-day we welcome the manufacturers. It is easier to ridicule society than enter it. The cold snap was no frost for fruit prices. ". It is sometimes fatal to mistake a masked robber for a joker. The rain dropped in at the right time to find a good welcome. With a terminus assured in this city the people's railroad is on velvet. The fair bicyclist who skims the pla: is not necessarily a milkmaid. Governor Budxl should see to it that his veto mill is in gorxl working order. The Harbor Commissioners are all right, and the competing road wont get left. Even the stilled heart of the Monterey and Fresno Railroad has begun to...

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

TUESDAY MARCH lfr, 1896 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. Forecast Official Hammon has had h hard time the past week trying to keep pace with the changes in the weather. There were so many changes every day thai oven the extensive terminol ogy ahowed by the Department ot Agriculture has been inade quate. Now that St. PAtri.a-'t ,>„,- i> part steadier weather may be expected Tne prediction for to-day ii: \,fii«rallv fair;- sta tionary temperature; fresh southerly winds. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF The Cu'.ima sailed" for Panama and wav ports yesterday. • y _. J T 7 I - Ra "? r has been given judgment against T..D. HaakinsfarfSTTOS. "Brick" McPherson, a politician, attempted to commit suicide last night. Manufacturers will meet in convention at tne < nainber of Commerce this afternoon. 1 he charter was diactuwd by a convention of labor unions and reform societies last night. Governor Budd said yesterday that he would fign the China Basin valley road terminal bill. A "tudents' class in architec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

8 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Hugh L. and Lilian P. sime to Mary L. Sime and Charles Ashton, all interest in the following on N line of Pine street, 17 AW of St. Mary's place. W 29:9 by N 47:6. W 21 :7. N 32, X 60, 822, W. 17 8 57:6! subject to a mortgage: also lot on N line of Everett street, 150 W of Third, W25 by N 80: also lot on N line of Jackson. 122 E of Drumm, E 15:6 by N 40; also property in Solano County. $10. Marion Sime to same, all interest in Bam: "$10. Arthur M. Sime to same, all interest in same; 010. William M. and Caroline H. Slme to same, all Interest in same; $10. Estate of Morty Kelly (by Jennie Laird, com missioner.) to Patrick .1. Walsh, lot on W line of Joice street. 87:6 S of Pine, N 28, W 77, S 21, X 25. S 7, E25: $2350. Morty and Hannah Kelly to same, same; $5. Daniel Buckley to Orel m. Ooklaracena, lot en N line of Post street, 176:3 E of Jones, E 40 by N 60; $5. Peter P. Schmidt to Marie Schmltt, lot on NE line of Seventh street, 275 8E of Howard, BE 24 by...

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

CITY REAL ESTATE. "DEAL ESTATE AUCTION. . SPECIAL TERMS AS PER CATALOGUE. Wednesday, March 20, 1895, at 12. Noov BHAIXWALD, BUCKBES & CO., Auctioneers 218-220 Montgomery st., Mills Building ' CITY HALL LOTS. R. line of Park aye., 123:1% E. of Larkin: 25x 100: gives rear front to Market St., opposite new City Hall and close to the coming retail center- the junction of Market, Larkin and Hayes sts ' THREE ENTIRE BLOCKS. Close to junction of San Miguel road with road from Golden Gate Park, leading through the Alms- house Tract: these blocks are not In the gtfttln- sand: we can show you anyone of them; each block fenced and ready to subdivide, if desired Block bounded by 28th, Duncan, Fowler sts nnd Stanford Heights aye.; contains 54 lots, 25x Block bounded by 30th, Clarke, Twin Peaks and Lincoln sts.; contains 46 lots; 25x114 each Block bounded by Kent, 33d, Stanyan sts. and i ™" Heights <*-; contains 46 lots; 25x114 each. For sale In blocks. PRECITA AVENUE. 8 lots; Precita and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Twenty failures last week. Silver considerably higher. Wheat and Barley lower, oats. Corn and Rye dull. Pair export demand for Hay. Beans tirm. Coffee more active. Oranges, Demons and Limes lower. Dried Fruit dull. Earlr Cherries, Peaches and Apricots badly hurt. Butter slightly lower. Cheese weak. »c up. Spring Lamb lower. Hens dull and weak. Game scarce. Onions lower. Potatoes show some fluctuation. Asparagus lower. Hams aud Bacon very firm. Mexican Dollars higher. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United Statks Department of Aoricpl- Tt hi:. Wkathek Bubkau. Sax Francisco, March 18, 5 p. m.— The pressure is highest to-night along the California coast and lowest in the vicinity of Vancouver Island. The pressure has risen in California during the day. causing the skies to clear m that section, although showers fell along the California coast from San Francisco southward during the early morning hours. Cloudy skies con tinue in Oregon and Washingt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

SHE TOOK HIS OAKLAND ROOM. Lamson's Wife Moved In Upon Him and He Quickly Moved Out. ANOTHER ELECTRIC RAILWAY. The Mayor May Take Steps to Return Lambert, the Runaway. With the advent of Auctioneer George F. Lamaon in the divorce court it would ap iiat his troubles have only just com menced. His wife intends to tight against iiis getting a divorce, and to the bitter end. In his affidavit filed in connection with his complaint Lamson cited the extravagance of his wife in flitting hither and thither and puttinj; up at high-priced hotels, where she would leave bills for her hus band to pay. She stopped in San Fran cisco at the Devonshire, Grosvenor and California, at all of which places she left bills, which, Lamson said, he grew weary of paying. Recently the wife took a new tack and concluded to stop at the hotel at which her husband put up. Accordingly, a few days ago the lady came over to Oakland and went to the Arlington Hotel. She took up quarters in her husband's room in his abse...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

12 SENSATIONS IN THE FAIR CASE. The children File-a New Will Which Is Very Favor able to Them. ALLEGED TO BE A FORGERY. It Deprives the Executors of the Fat Fees Ex pected. The sensation which Reuben H. Lloyd promised in the Fair will case startled even those who were waiting for something to drop. It came in the form of a new will, of later date by three clays than the re cently stolen will, and it caused a great shock to the executors mentioned in the Eiibniitted will. Pair's children, especially Charles Fair, are benefited greatly by the terms of the newly found will. Outside of bequests to relatives and orphan asylums the main be quest is one of $500,000 to Charles Fair, who is also given an equal share of the remain der of the estate with his two sisters. The power given to the executors by the previ ous will is taken from them, and the chil dren are given the management of the estate instead of the executors. W. B. Goodfellow and Louis C. Bresse, who were two of the four execu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 100. NEWS OF THE COAST Two Sharpers Attempt to Bunko a Santa Rosa Farmer. THEIR PLANS MISCARRY. The Intended Victim Becomes Suspicious and Scoree the Swindlers. HTFRRIED FLIGHT OF THE MEN. Both Are Caught by the Sheriff of Marln County and Make Con fession in Jail. SANTA ROSA, March 19.— An attempt to swindle Richard Crane, one of the wealthy farmers living near Santa Rosa, tras made near here this afternoon. About two weeks ago a large, smooth-faced, well dressed man came here representing him- Belf as in search of a farm. He went out and looked at Crane's. He came here again last night and registered at the Oc cidental Hotel as "James Swarm." With him was a smaller man with a dark mus tache, who registered as "James Fox." Each Becured a team from a livery stable this morning and went into the country, but in different directions. The big man went to Crane's place and represented himself as Dan McGarvey, nephew of Judge McGarvey of Ukiah. He told Crane he knew hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

2 POLICE GATHERED IN Some of Gotham's Finest Arrested as They Re port for Duty. ML AUGHLIN ON THE LIST. Inspector and Five Captains Among Those Recently Indicted. ALL MARCHED INTO COURT. Bribery, Perjury and Extortion the Principal Charges Against the Accused. NEW YORK, March 19.— A1l the police officials against whom indictment? were found yesterday by the extraordinary Grand Jury wore arrested when they went to po lice headquarters this morning. The indicted are: Inspector William McLaughlin, Captain Jacob Siebert, Union Market station: Captain J. J. Donohue, Wesi Twentieth-street station; Captain M. .1. Murphy, Wesi One Hundredth-street station: Captain J. K. Price of the M.Q al-street Btatio'n; former Police Cap tain William S. Devoy; Wardxnan Edward Glennon (dismissed); Wardman Edward S. Hill (formerly under Captain Price); Wardman Burns (jumped his bail). Superintendent Byrnes said there was a warrant for still another formerly con nected with the police force. The prison ers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

HOLDS BACK A JOKER Why Spain Does Not Hurry in Apologizing to Uncle Sam. ACTING VERY COOLLY. May Call Attention to a Little Incident in the Gulf of Mexico. SPANISH-CUBANS FIRED UPON. Diplomatic Negotiations Relating to the Allianca Affair Remain Rather Mixed. WASHINGTON, March 19.—Informa tion is said to be at hand that the schooner which recently >ai!ed from Savannah, Ga., afu-r having been watched by the customs ofticers, had on board arms and ammuni tion concealed under a deckload of lumber. Her destination is supposed to have been Cuba. The Spanish gunboats are on the watch for her. Nothing is known hereof the reported action of the Spanish ship Infanta Isabella or Arcedo tiring on American vessels. There is good ground, however, for believ ing that the ship sailing from Savannah with Cuban arms aboard will furnish an actual case of detention if she is overhauled. Careful investigation is proceeding as to the cargo shipped by the Allianca at Colon, allegations that arm? were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

4 THEY DIDN'T ALL RUN AS EXPECTED Good Things Went Wrong and the Plungers Had Another Rough Day. WHITESTONE BEAT HIS FIELD. Both of the First Choices in the Steeplechase Dumped Their Riders. The usual card of six races, which seems to be the rule now, was run off yesterday to a fair sized crowd. It was a very spicy day's racing, replete with rumors, bad rides and tumbles. It was a day of in ts and twisters, and the plungers had a hard day of it. Pittsburg Phil remarked, after the last race, that the day's sport had turn $7000, and I don't think Riley Grannan was far behind him. The bidding upon the selling races was continued yesterday. In the fourth race imp. Vigor, running in the colors of George Covington, wont to the post a heavily backed G to 5 favorite and won easily. Entered for $100 the colt was run up to »y Mose Gonst. [t seems very strange that when the other horsemen that had • s in the race were satisfied at the-re sult that a man who it is said is interested heavily in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

THE MOMNTANYAS AFTER MILLIONS. Prominent San Franciscans Will Contest Trinity's owhership. ALMOST FABULOUS WEALTH. The Property in Dispute Valued at Over One Billion Dollars. The San Francisco heirs of Aneke Jans Webber are preparing to make one more desperate struggle to secure their birth right. This means, if successful, the pos session of all the property in New York City now held by the Trinity Church cor poration and variously estimated to be worth from (500,000,000 to $1 ,000,000,000. Among the prominent San Francisco people interested in Trinity's millions may be mentioned James de La Montanya, Mrs. A. W. Fetter, Mrs. E. L. Bronson, Mrs. Halstead, Mrs. J. "H.. McGhee, Mrs. S. Harrison, Mrs. Schriner, Professor Martin C. Gee, Mrs. Griffin, James de Witt and the Kip heirs. The property for which these descendants of the royal House of Holland sue embraces l'J2 acres of land in New York, all more or less improved. Trinity Church itself is involved, along with nu merous tenement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, " i 1 : • V Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL-tC per year by mail; by carrier. 150 per week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— »I.SO per year. . . :■ _ The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Hose and Duane streets. New York. .i. WEDNESDAY MARCH 20, 1895 Business has the floor. Watch the manufacturers. Cutthroat insurance insures nothing. It never rains enterprise but it pours .'profits. A diversified industry is a living issue ><and ought to be a dead sure thing. Antonio Terry evidently prefers the Cuban revolution to a woman's tears. The proceeding? of the convention will be something more than conventional. We arc pleased to note that Assembly man Brusie put no useless attaches in his tew play. If we ever reach for Cuba we should reach out with both hands and take all the "West Indies. We need not only more money in this coiintry but a live...

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

WEDNESDAY MARCH~2O, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. If it doesn't rain to-day the weather sharps will be surprised For lorty-eigfu hours the fitful clouds have been threatening a downpour that would be'welcome to the agricultural districts. The prediction for to-day U as follows: Showers, but partly clearing weather: stationary temperature brisk to high southeast, shifting to southwest winds. 6 LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF The Loring Club has appointed a new direo tor pro tern. The San Francisco Yacht Clnb has issued its programme for the season. The Sailors' fnion has demanded an increase oi *10 v month, and a strike is on all along the coast. The ball for the benefit of the Barbers' Asso ciation will be given in B'nai U'rithHallon April 18. < ora Everett, the actress who was murdered last Minday by Charles. S. Bice, was buried yesterday. The National Guardsmen did not get their pay last night as expected, but are still looking lor it daily. Solomon Ducasof this city has invented a voting-m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

8 WESTERN FARMS AND ORCHARDS. The Wonderful Variety of Products Grown on the Pacific Coast. CHEMISTRY OF THE ORANGE. Remedy for the Peach Borer. Laying Out Orchards on Level Ground. Eastern people are often led to wonder why there is such a variety of products in California. It is because of our climate, and, incidentally, the variety of soil. The climate is influenced by the topography of the country. The Rocky Mountains form a barrier on the east and prevent the tem pests and blizzards from reaching us from that direction. On the west is the peaceful Pacific, with the Japan current sweeping our shores and spreading its warm breath over the land, making it cool in summer and warm in winter. Nearly anything will grow nearly any where in California, but there is a great variety of soil, and what may grow only moderately well in one section, may pro duce largely in another. While one soil may not be suited to oranges it may be the very best kind of soil for potatoes. And while the cli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

__^________; KEAL ESTATE. Q. U. UMBSEN Jt~CO.. """"" *"" ~~~" BJ At ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, 11 Montgomery st., San Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records " parts ;o™Le a citv. a liSlOf prOperUes fOr BlUe in all IMPROVED PROPERTY > - 85000 SI 0 ? 8 , 0 !? WAR M BEL 2 NICE »_} '>y>\T\J. bay-window fiats of 5 and 6 rooms ana bath each; brick foundations, etc.- lot 31-61 117, to an alley ; Fair Oaks st. ' " bx $21 000 CI } EAI >. : BUSINESS CORNER: '- ~l 'I*", Only - a - : "' rt d!sta nce from Market su lot 18x62:6; a B-story building would make this one of the finest investments in the city. $4500 CLl:s " rO i* PARK - NR. MARKET '_3ttUUU. St.; two flats of 6 and 6 rooms and bath each: reats $37 50: lot 25x75. Sl5 000 £ A x. ,?' ST - : J£. IU.VW, 11 '- Market St.: 2 flats of 7 and 6 r^."; ■ IoTySB. 6 ** 5 reUtS ?90: good lotion for &14 ,*)00 ruL JTON - ST. INVESTMENT; rSoms T-Ad h«Vh llr K a »» Hall; 3 Hats of 7, 6 and & i^...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver advanced sharply. Wheat weaker. Barley quiet. Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged. Feedstuffs as before. Hay higher agsiiu. Beans fluctuating. Onions wciair Butter and Cheese In large supply. Kggs steady. Hens and Turkeys weak and dull. Game in light receipt. Dried Fruit quiet. Karly Vegetables damaged by frost. Hams, Baoon and Lard firm. >'o farther change in meat. WEATHER BUREAU BEPOBT. United 1 States Department of Aoricdlt TI'RK. WEATHER BUBKAU. SaU FRANCISCO. March 19, 6 p. m.— The barometric depression which was mentioned last night as central "ear Vancou ver Island has developed into a storm of consider ble energy and is now central in Northern Wash ington, with a trough-like depression extending southward to Eureka. High southeast wiuds and {rales have prevailed along the coast from Point Reyes northward. The maximum velocity during the day was us follows: Fort Canby, 72 miles from the southeast; Portland. Or.. 36 miles from...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

AN OAKLAND ROAD SOLD AT AUCTION. The Consolidated Piedmont Is Bought In by Banker Bishop. SUIT 0? A BRIDGE VICTIM. A Special Election May Be Held to Decide Who Is the Councilman. An extended street railroad system was sold by auction yesterday in front of the courthouse, in Oakland." The railroad was the Consolidated Piedmont, and the auctioneer was Commissioner Ira Bishop. The purchaser was Charles R. Bishop, vice president of the Bank of California, and the price paid was $?'_>. 000. Aj&onc the capitalists present were: John Yule, Charles 11. Bishop, s. C. Kige low, president of the Savings and Loan ation; .John L. Howard, John Mor ris, Montgomery Howe, E. A.. Heron, J. H. Brewer, E. C. Bessions, K. P. Yamk-rcook, Frank Woodward, Attorney Eells, E. J. Pringle. George K. de Golia, George W. Keed, .1. B. Richardson, Henry Squires, M. T. Holcomb, W. .1. JHn-ee and W. P. Boardnian. Commissioner Bishop stepped forward into the crowd at the hour of noon and opened proceedings by ...

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