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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 March 1895

12 IN BEHALF OF STATE INDUSTRIES. Opening session of the Manu facturers' Convention Yesterday. GOVERNOR BTJDD ATTENDED. Addresses Upon Pertinent Top ics—The Wine Industry and Other Matters. The meeting of the Manufacturers' Con vention — an event which means so much to the manufacturers of this city and the State at large — opened its session yester day in the Chamber of Commerce rooms. In addition to the delegates which were present there was a large number of inter ested spectators, among whom were repre sentatives of various local trade organiza tions. When the convention was called to order SCENES A* THE MANUFACTURERS' CONVENTION YESTEEDAY. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] at 2 p. m. by Hugh Craig, chairman of the advisory committee, the assembly chamber was crowded. Mr. Craig said that General W. H. Dimond, president of the Chamber of Commerce, was ill and, therefore, the fluty devolved upon him of calling the convention to order. He then called for nominations for temporary chai...

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. — 21 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 101. THE PACIFIC SLOPE Los Angeles Orange Growers Demand Protection. EFFECT OF LOW DUTY. Foreign Shipments Depress the Market for the Seedlings. PRESENT TARIFF DESTRUCTIVE. It Will Ruin One of California's Great Industries, Says a Leading Grower. LOS AIKGELES, March 20.— Superin tit E. C. Kirn ball of the Southern I ni:i Fruit Exchange Association n by the Call correspondent this afternoon and asked regarding the query mih to Senator White asking for in formation on the question of the present duty on oranges. "Yes," lie >aid, ''we have informally asked the Senator to furnish us some a in the matter-of the duty on it is becoming an important Indeed with us now. I think that • ■ reduced the tariff from 25 cents per box to I. tents per box, and it was merely for the purpose of verifying the - that we sent the request to Senator White for information. "As a matter of fact 600,000 boxes of oranges have been imported into this coun try during the past few weeks from...

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. — 21 March 1895

2 FROM THE CAPITOL. The Appointment of a New Judge for Sacramento. GOVERNOR BUDD'S PLAN. He Will Listen to the Presen tation of the Merits of Aspirants. CLERK FOR THE CONTROLLER. Signing of an Assembly Bill That Creates Another State Office. BACRAMEJJTO, March 20. — Friday morning, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, is the time that has been appointed by d.'vernor Budd to listen to the various delegations from the legal fraternity of ih:~ city who may desire to present the personal abilities of the several candidates for the position of the third Superior Judgeßhip of Sacramento County, created by the late Legislature. If there be any truth in the rumor that ha- been circulated to the effect that the Governor has declared an intention to ap point the candidate who is considered best fitted for the position by his colleagues, ir respective of politics, it is claimed by lead ing legal lights that Charles Oatman (R.) indoubtedly secure the greatest ma jority. On the other hand, if...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

RECALL OF THURSTOH. Gresham's Request May Cause Unpleasant Complications. LIKE CATACASZY'S CASE. Similarity of the Charges Against Ministers From Ha waii and Russia. CIRCULATING WILD STORIES. Instigation of Certain Newspaper Articles Attacking the Ad ministration. "WASHINGTON, March 20.— An intimate friend of Minister Thurston, now in Wash ington, says that Thurston has no official information as to the request for his re call, while at the same time he has no doubt that such a suggestion will be made to the Hawaiian Government. It is likely, however, that Thurston will continue to look after Hawaiian interests in an un official manner. Thurston's friends say, as a matter of fact, that he never has been treated at the State Department as other Ministers have been treated. It is inti mated that Frank Hatch may be selected to succeed Thurston. It was learned late this afternoon that the Hawaiian Minister is accused, in addi tion to the giving out of facts, of having instigated newspap...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

4 JUST A GLIMMER OF LIGHT AHEAD. The Brave Champions of Women's suffrage Are Gaining Courage. TO CARRY THE AMENDMENTS. Mrs. Foltz and the Constitu tion—Susan B. Anthony to Be Enlisted. The last Legislature has been subjected to much adverse criticism for the good work it diiin't do, and among the most severe critic- have been the good and brainy women of the Stale of California, who asked for a loaf in the shape of suf frage and received a chunk of dough in stead in the shape of a concurrent resolu tion to Bubmita constitutional amendment for female suffrage at the next general election. liut women are by nature more grateful thai: men, aud thej are imw thankful even for the unbaked loaf that they may be made re.i'iy fora suffrage feast four years hence-ttwo years after the amendment is adopted— if the necessary votes are secured three yean from next November. The defeat of the woman's suffrage bill in the State Senate was ;t hard blow to the women who had labored through the cam pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

FO R THE BENEFIT OF OUR STATE Manufacturers United in i Their Efforts to Revive Trade, i Interesting Papers Read by Prominent Merchants and Others. TRADE IS TO BE REVIVED. A Constitution Which Will Be Passed On To-Day. A Bay Trip. The proceedings of the Manufacturers' Convention were somewhat enlivened yes terday morning by a discussion which fol lowed the introduction of a resolution by Henry T. Scott of the Union Iron Works. It was as follows: Whereas, The Trustees of the city of Sacra mento art- considering a proposition for the erection of pumping machinery ; and whereas, the question of Eastern competition is likely to be an important factor in the decision to Se reached; now, therefore, it is Retailed, That this convention urge upon Bald Trustees the importance, all things being equal, of awarding the contract to California manufacturers, thereby keeping the money at home and contributing to the common good. An exception was taken to one clause in the resolution by M. McGlynn ...

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. — 21 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »C per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c jjer week. SU> I'AT CALL— fI ..VI per year. WEEKLY CALL— 1.50 per year. The Eastern office of the BAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, lltainelander building, Hose and Duaiip streets, Xew York. THURSDAY MARCH 21, 1895 Home industry to the front. The people are with the manufacturers. Energy tackles the hard job and makes it a soft snap. "Why not clean up the old era by cleaning out the cobblestones? We must get out of the era of raw material and cobblestones. California will help all the Pacific Coast when they help one another. It is evident we are going to have reason to be proud of the convention. Ti:e"-e may be a few strong Democrats left but all the cuckoos are weak. Labor and capital are on the best footing when they stand on the same platform. California should live up to the resolu tions of the Manufacturers' Conventio...

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

THURSDAY MABCH 21,1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. Wind and storm, sunshine and pelting rain came yesterday until many thought that the forecast man had sent East for a supply of March weather. Rain de earlj in the morning, and at noon ■, c 59? *> urned brightly. To-day it will be warm and fair, with uuiiijciiy wiaas. — LOCAL NEWS Iff BEIEF. Tr?-t 1 i e Pilot Commissioner were installed yt_ sicru &y. ■ for V A U pril"6 ieetinS ° f carpenters has be en called HiSl? Erd ? - ** uckle >'> a Pioneer, died of heart disease yesterday. . Congressman Maguire will arrive from Wash ington to-morrow morning. The Carpenters' Unions will demand better pay, and in mm of leiusal, strike. The Imperial Cycling Club has indorsed the call s movement for better roads. The wreck of the sealing schooner Peabody has been condemned, and will be sold. The Southern Pacific Company has adopted the mileage system of paying its engineers. A successful preliminary meeting of the Woman's Congress was held...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

8 LUCKY DOG BEAT THE OTHER DOGS. Starting With 6 to 5 Against Him He Lost His Field in the Slush. RED BIRD DOWNED SLIGO. Contribution Beat His Field in the Last Race in Fast Time. The game at the Bay District track Feems to have degenerated into a sort of duel between the worthy gentlemen of the chalk ami < n^er. most of the heavy wagers being made between the bookmakers themselves: Very few of the horsemen have any money, and while the talent are not "broke," they are pretty badly bent. The horsemen lay their poverty to the entrance money fee that eats the purses up and the talent claim that their lack of funds i< due to the acrobatic performances of the bangtails. I do not wish to pose as oracle, but when the latter gentlemen let 6t05 against Lucky Dog in the midday get by diem, against the Held he had q tend with, they deserve to ride on the "pork special." The <ruep«ing was not hard yesterday, yet at the conclusion of he day winners were about as plentiful as strawberri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

MAY ENJOIN THE WATER COMPANY. Mayor Sutro Will Take That Course If Lake Merced Water Is Used. SOME HARMLESS BACTERIA. Dr. Spencer Says That the Lacuna Contains No Dan gerous Microbes. Mayor Sutro has fully made np his mind to invoke the aid of the Grand Jury in his efforts to show that the water of Lagana de la Merced is not lit for the use of the inhabitants of San Francisco. 'I see that there is no use looking for re lief from this Board of Health," he said after the close of yesterday's meeting of the board. "The members admit that the hog and cattle ranches along the streams flowing into the lake are likely to be detri mental to the purity of the lake, and yet they come up serenely and say that they mvinced that the water is'all right. 1 don't care anything about their opinions or for the report* of all the bacteriological experts in the world. I know from what 1 have seen that the water of that lake is bal, and I consider it a crime for the Spring Valley Water Company to furnis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

10 SCALE OF WAGES FOE ENGINEERS. New Rules Relating to That Class of Railroad Men. MANY IMPORTANT CHANGES. Southern Pacific Introduces the Mileage System of Pay ments. The roubles of the Southern Pacific Com pany with its engineers have been settled upon the basis of the following mileage pay. In addition is given a large number of new rules adopted by the company re lating to engineers, all of which take effect on April 1: Section 1. On all parts of the system, except ing between points as noted in section 2. the stand ard day's work and day's pay of au engineer shall \ be: In passenger service, eight or ten wheel engines, 100 miles or loss, $3 50; over 100 miles, 3.5 cents I per mile. In freight service, eight or ten wheel engines. 100 miles or less, $4 30; over 100 miles, 4.3 cents per mile. Sec Between Los Angeles and Bakersfiel.l on the san Joaquin division, between Sacramento and Truckee on the Sacramento division, between Truckee and 'Wadsworth on the Truckee division, betwee...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

BVSIXKSS (HAX('», r»LD-EPTABLISHED HOTEL: BIG SALOON v» 1 trade; 1111.-d with steady boarders: investigate* 2io offers; departure. PROLL A STENBERG bi3 Market. S"v(|(l s A LOON- AND LUNCH - HOUSE; %&*j\j\j . does an cxcMHmt business; present own- er 13 years; sickness. PROLL & STENBERO. 873 Market st. : ~ - iJM'SO PARTNER WANTS D— COFFEE SA- '. T'M'.],,,,;., and restaurant; finest place north x, tßtlf rade immense: wants steady, rell- ao.e man to take charge cash counter mid dining department, look after help, etc; has splendid growing business: too much for one to run alone; needs help of pood man; chance in lifetime- don't miss it; clears $00 per week; Is cheap at $600. '-ho. STEWART, 632 Market St., opp. Palace "YTOTICE-TO BUY OR BELLA BUSINESS OF STRAND ,\: CO., 719 Market st. BRANCH BAKERY: 3 ROOMS r-V.fi '■'* '" ' ■'' rcut : Ijorgain. STRAND _ CO.. 719 Market st. ' 097 X HORSESHOEING SHOP; BEST LO~ 'j-'<J, ration in the city: clears *-50 per ttionth. JBee STRAND ,v ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SIMMAKY OF THE MARKETS. Turpentine advenced. Mineral Illuminating Oil higher. Coffee in good movement. Canned Fruits unchanged. Another advance in Silver. Mexican Dollars higher. Wheat freights firm. —- Wheat quiet. Barley dull. Other cereals inactive. Beans firm. Seeds neglected. Bran firm. Hay i:i larger receipt. straw comes iii slenderly. l( uiruid for Flour. Wool Bii+cs lower. Coal unchanged. s steady. ' Onions easy. Batter plentiful and weak, cheese In good supply. 1 {b slowly advancing. Veal lower. Pork higher. Hams. Bacon and Lam active and firm. Apples in good supply. Citrus Fruits quiet. Dried Fruits and Raisins slow. AlmoDds very weak. Hops neglected. Small sales of Wool. Hides weak and dull. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Bepabtmkst of Aoßicr/l/ -tukk. Wkathek Bceeau, San Francisco. March 20, 5 p. M.— The storm which was central last night in Northern Washington has movnd eastward into the British possessions north of Mon tana. Light rain has...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

WHAT OAKLAND'S COUNCIL MAY DO. Bassett Will Make an Effort to Reduce Local Rail- road Rates. MAY ALSO FIGHT THE GATES. An Opposition Telephone Com pany Is Prospective Over the Bay. Councilman -elect Bassett, known as Old Paid" Bassett, because ol his cele brated Huntington letters, intends to make the new Council a lively body. one of the very first movements Mr. t will favor is in the nature of a blow at the Seventh-street local branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad. He lias "ever liked the idea of "gates and fares on that line. Ho has other reforms in view, too. In speaking of needed legislation in Oakland he said yesterday: ••I am going to make'a study and find out what are the needs of Oakland that van be supplied by legislation. 1 have re sided In this city eighteen years, and dur ing that time I do not know of a Council that was unanimous on any subject that was ol vital interest to Oakland. 1 will do «11 I can to bring about unanimity on such matters. "I have not as yet giv...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 March 1895

14 SAUSALITO IS INCORPORATED. The Supreme Court Holds the act of incorporation to Be Valid. WHAT THE TRUSTEES WILL DO Water Street to Be Paved— An Eighteen-Mile Drive Will Be Built. Beautiful Sausalito is an incorporated town of the sixth class. That point was settled by an election held nearly two years ago. The Superior Court of Marin County held that the election was valid and yester day the Supreme Court of the State af firmed that decision. The question was brought before the Supreme Court on the main contention Commodore Harrison, Sausalito's Pioneer. [From a photograph.] that the votes in favor of the incorporation vrere not a majority of those cast at the election. It was also contended that the votes had not been properly canvassed by the Supervisors, they having canvassed only the returns and not the ballots. The Supreme Court considered this claim as of but little value, however, and it is dis missed in a few words. As to the question of majority it appears and is so deci...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 102. ALONG THE COAST Capture of a Bigamist for Whom Four Wives Yearn. A MATRIMONIAL FRAUD. The Uxorious Career of a Michigan Electrical Engineer. LAST VENTURE IN WEDLOCK. Woos and Wins a Widow of the Capital, Who Will Now Prose cute Him. SACRAMENTO, March 21.— District Attorney Ryan received a telegram this afternoon from V. M. Smith, Superin tendent of Police at Minneapolis, notify ing him that John L. Clark, an electrical engineer formerly employed by the Capital Gas Company in this city, was under arrest at that place and desiring him to send an officer with the necessary extra dition papers to return him to this city, where he is wanted for the crime of bigamy. John L. Clark, who disappeared from this city about a month ago, is a much married man. No less than four women claim him as their husband, and, with the exception of California and Michigan, the rest of the United States remains to be heard from. John L. Clark married Mrs. Elizabeth Barber in this city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

2 A MONOPOLY SCHEME Features of a Measure to Stop Telephone Competition. IT IS NOT YET A LAW. The Bill Awaits Consideration and Signature by the Governor. APPROPRIATIONS TO BE VETOED. The Executive May Refuse to Ap prove Many of the Claims Measures. SACRAMENTO, March 2L— The new telephone company whith is to begin operations in this city has discovered that there is a bill awaiting the .signature of the Governor which, if it passes, will cause them to go out of business. This is Assembly bill 17^, which provides that any franchise applied for must be let to the highest bidder and not otherwise. The bill bears the ear-marks of being one of those which was engineered through by the Bell telephone and other powerful companies holding valuable and practi cally exclusive franchises. The matter will be laid before the Governor to-morrow, when it will be argued that if he signs the bill he will prevent Sacramento, Stockton and numerous other cities from getting cheap telephone rates. COYOT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

SIXTY WERE KILLED Increase in the Death Roll of the Mine Disaster. RECOVERING THE BODIES Perilous Work Performed by the Heroic Rescue Parties. HORRORS AT RED CANYON. Among the Victims of the Explosion Were Many Men of Large Families. EVANSTO>*,Wyo., March 21.— The total number now known to have perished in the mine disaster at Red Canyon last evening is sixty, of which fifty-one were married men and nine young men and boys. Up to this hour the bodies of the following out of a total of fifty-three who met their death in the mine have been re coTered and turned over to their relatives: Peter Clark, John Morris, David Laurie, George Hyde, John G. Locke, W. H. Grieves, Samuel Clay (single), Samuel Hutchinson, William Morris, Thomas Booth, Benjamin Coles, Charles Clark, Willard Brown, James Limb and Fred Morgan, all men of large families. This leaves twenty -eight unrecovered bodies in the mine. The timbering has been largely blown out and the walls and roof of the whole in terior are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

4 NOW HIT VERY HARD Some Candid Admis sions by Union Paci fic Officials. FAILURE OF THE CROPS. But This Is Not the Greatest Blow Received by the Road. AS TO THE LINE'S FUTURE. Receivers Say the Offer Made to the Government Was Exceed ingly Fair. OMAHA, March 21.— The future of the Vnion Pacific was informally discussed to day in Omaha by Messrs. E. Ellery An derson, J. W. Doane and Fred R. Coudert, receivers of the Union Pacific system, who arrived this morning from the East. J. F. Mink of the party said : "The status of the Union Pacific might be decidedly better and then not be at all worthy of great comment. We are pretty hard bit and the future is not at all prom ising. While I am hopeful that another crop failure will not be put against Ne braska this year, still farmers are afraid to put in seed for fear that the dry soil will not hold the grain and the winds will sweep the seed away." Upon the question of a reduction in salaries on the system Mr. Mink would not talk except to...

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