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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

CLEVER GIRLS IN THE LIFE CLASS. It Is the Lack of Reasonable Encouragement That Hampers Them. NOT CONSIDERED SERIOUS. Proof of What the Young La dies Are Doing Under A. F. Mathews. The girls' life class at the Hopkins Art School is working bard, and its teacher, A. P. Mathews, i? confident that as a class the work is successful. There are more than thirty members of this class, and repre sentative studies are here reproduced. It is always hard for a girl to study art with any reasonable amount of encouragement from either her friends or relatives. It is this fact that hampers the girl worker all the time, and it is also this fact which makes the teacher of this class feel strongly inclined to swear at the position taken by those who are closest to the students. As a matter of fact, the woman studying art has more subtle and quicker perception of color than the man. She also suffers, despite the statement made by the "new woman," from a certain lack of physical strength; but the trou...

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. — 22 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— IO per year by mall; by carrier, 15c j>er «ii El. SUNDAY CALL— 4I.CO per year. WEEKLY <am * 1.60 per year. ThH Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dully and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising IJurcau, Rutnclamler building, Rose and Jinan* streets. New York. FRIDAY MARCH. 22,1895 California first. Home goods for home use. Home protection is self-protection. The manufacturers talk business with a true eloquence. If th»- < i.ty water doesn't agree with you, try California wine. The way to advance the Union is to ad vance your own State. Local patriotism should touch the busi ness men as well as the heart. Eailroad building is not difficult when undertaken by the right men. Of hydraulic mining it may be said lit erally, '"there's millions in it." Pausalito is not only rightly incorpor ated, but has the right spirit in her. Even our hens and cows are blushing because we ship eggs and butter f...

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. — 22 March 1895

FRIDAY , -MARCH 22, 1896 JUST ABOUT THE WKATHEE. The young fellow who pnt faith in the Government's forecast ofti eial got Us Bilk hat dampened by yesterday trains. The scheduled sunshine did not arrive There are better hopes for to-day. The signal service prediction is a? fol lows: l'artly clearing weather in the morning; nearly stationary temperature, except slightly warmer during the day; bri^k to high southerly winds. s • ' Oll * K l 0 LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF. xnSSctchoof UCtS f ° r the am Ume in his new t,T^ ««f,! cg teS ? the Manufacturers' Conven tion enjoyed a trip on the bay. An ambulance cor is to be organized and equipped as a part of the naval militia. M. .T. Uurley, the jury-briber, has been de clared sane by the Insanity Commission. Staff officers of the naval reserve will h-re atter be required to attend all drills and target practice. Labor and capital met and agreed at the meeting of the manufacturers in the Chamber 01 Comiunvf, The city agents of the Prussian National ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

8 MINING ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. News Gleaned From All the Gold Districts on the Coast. THE SEASON'S PROSPECTING. A Railroad Company Trying to Patent Mineral Lands in Washington. "The shaft for the North Star mine near Grass Valley arrived there last Tuesday." This item is from a Merced paper, and will surprise miners somewhat. If it had said a shaft for the mill it might have been understood, but the arrival of a ready made shaft for a mine in any camp would astonish the natives. The Baker City Democrat says that the vexed problem of successfully working the ores of the Eureka and Excelsior mines, situated in the Cracker Creek district, has at last been solved. Mr. John Longmald of Bait Lake City after repealed tests satis lied himself that cyanide was the proper process, and he leased the properties and is now saving 85 per cent of the gold. Captain Hall has been notified from San Pram Isco to resume work on the Bonanza quicksilver mine near Oakland, Or. The tunnel is being straight...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. c 99 x t c AMING HISINESS; ' '. — — »■»• double team, with steady work for 2 ; wholesale houses on Front St.; worth from $75 to $100 per month; work secured or no sale- rare i chance for some active, industrious man: team worth more than price asiced and work thrown in- owner sick: must sell; investigation and trial' GEORGE STEWART, 632 Market st- £4-50 PART3 EB WANTED-COFFEE SA- V.» * loon and restaurant; finest place north I of Market si.: trade Immense: wants steady reli- «ble man to take charge cash counter aud (liuirie department, look after help, etc.; has splendid i tcrowing business: too much for one to run alone • needs help of good man; chance In lifetime; don ; t miss It: clears $b0 per week; is cheap at $800 GEja STEWART, 632 Market St., op P 7 Palace ■V-OTICE-TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS OF -> any kind see STRAND & CO., 719 Market st. Q»97K BRANCH BAKERY: 3 ROOMS- <S._ 1 0. cheap rent. STRANDACQ., 719 Market" <K97n E i SII 2 EIX(i SHOP; BEST ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. B :- • r sfverai fractions lower. Wheat and Rar>y weaker. Oats. Corn and Rye dull. Hay and Feedstuff's unchanged. lteans continue to advance. Potatoes and Onions firm. Butter and Cheese weak. Egg market continues stroag. Limes lower. Oranges and Lemons unchanged. Liberal shipments of Dried Fruit overland. Eastern Poultry sold high. Gurai- scarce and firm. . !es steady. Hams, Bacon and Lard active. Mexican Dollars quiet and weak. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department or Asbicci> TUBE. WKATHER BCREAf. SAX FRANCISCO, March 21, 5 p. He.— The pressure is highest this evening on the Southern California coast, from which section it diminishes to an extensive area of low pressure in the British possessions, extending from the coast eastward to Manitoba. This area of low pressure has moved somewhat southward during the day and caused rain from San Francisco northward and eastward into Nevada and Idaho. lii;h southerly winds have...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

KILLED AT THE OAKLAND HOLE. A Man Run Down at the Dan gerous Curve by the alameda local DIVORCE OF MRS. CUMINS. Susie Spexcer McKusick Has Decided to Wed Edward T. Harms. A man, supposed to be Harry Asph from Oregon, was run down yesterday morn ing on the Oakland mole by the Ahimeda local train and received injuries that re sulted in almost instani death. The accident happened near Tower 2 on the mole where the Alaniedii local swings around a curve at a high rate of speed. The train wu heading forthe pier depot and the man wa* evidently going in the i.ime direction. It is thought that he be > ame confus< d at the number of tracks and stepped on instead of away from the one on which the train was approaching. Q i the map's person were found several letter! 1 to Harry Aspit and also a conductor.- ferry check, which is given - before reaching Sixteenth-street •■• hen their tickets are taken up. The aLa that t lie man came in on the . express, which arrived a short time . and got ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 March 1895

12 HAVE AGREED ON A FORM OF POOLING. Valley Road Trustees Will Have Almost Autocratic Power, The Lease of China Basin Will Probably be Signed To-Morrow. STOCKTON STOUTLY UEGES HER CLAIMS. San Jose Will Be Given a Hear ing on Next Tuesday Afternoon. The principal topic of discussion at the meeting of the valley road directors yester day was the form of pool hy which it is proposed to secure and preserve the road as a competing line, and a copy of which THE DIRECTORS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY RAILROAD. •was submitted to the board by Attorney Preston, who had charge of the important duty of drawing tip the document. The result of their deliberations was the adoption of a resolution indorsing the plan and the next action will be to submit the form to a meeting of the stockholders, which will be called soon for this purpose, and also for the additional purpose of naming the persons who shall act as trustees. The directors refused to allow the form of the trust agreement to be published y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

VOLUME LXXYIL— NO. 103. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Bold Attempt to Rob a Stage at the Town of Redding. RUNNING NIGHT TIGHT. A Lone Road Agent Shoots at the Messenger, Who Re turns the Fire. THE DRIVER REFUSES TO HALT. Lashes His Horses and Takes the Passengers and Treasure Out of Danger. '^PlXf;. March 22.— A bold attempt to hold up the Redding and Weaverville was made here this evening at the . ::i;>. and nm for the nerve of the driver and the messenger might have suc ceeded. It was just after dusk as the stage from Weaverville came up the last hill in the road on a walk, llichard Heath, the driver, and Shotgun Messenger Haskell had been whiling away the time in a dis d of n-.v^e robberies. In the coach were three passengers. As they reached the edge of the hill, the driver gathered a firmer grip on his reins and craikeii his long whip to send the horses into a gallop, when both the men on the drivers seat heard a shout to the right antf just behind the stage, and turned about. Then cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

2 S. B. 122— Amending section 487 of the Penal Code. S. B. 51— Amending section 2218 of the Po litical Code. A. B. 28— Amending section 671 of the Civil Code. B. H. 88— Amending the law for an Italian court interpre tor in San Francisco. A. B. 29 -Amending section 685 of the Civil Code. P. B. 155 Relating to the penalty for a Pub lic Administrator's not filing reports of estates. A. B. 32— Amending section 1094 of the Civil Cede. S. B. 10<; -Amending section 294 of the Civil Code. .<. 15. '2'.iO— Amending section 653 of the Civil Code. A. K. 141— Amending section 670 of the Civil Code. A. B. 142— T0 abolish State law libraries. A. B. 4— Amending section 3440 of the Civil Code. S. B. 850 Granting Sacramento County an additional Buperiqr Judge. A . B. 174— Amending sections 1859 and 1860 of the Civil Code. S. B. 34— Amending section 527 of the Civil Code. A. B. 10— Amending section 1214 of the Civil Code. 8. ». 313— Providing foran autopsy physician in San Francisco. S. H. 110— ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

GROVER IS ADVISED Meeting of the Cabinet to Consider the Complications. CARLISLE NOT PRESENT. Attitude of England Toward Venezuela and Nica ragua. MINISTERS NOW OVERLOOKED. It Would Seem, However, That For eign Nations Will Not Act Hastily. WASHINGTON, March 22.— The Cabi net meeting to-day lasted but two hours, everybody being present but Secretary Car lisle, who was in New York. The session is said to have been uneventful, and there is said to have been an entire absence of friction between the members, although the principal subjects under discussion re lating to the various complications 'into which the United States has become in volved with certain foreign countries were well calculated to exhibit diversified indi vidual views. It is presumed that the attitude of Great Britain toward Venezuela and Nicaragua was canvassed, but as far as can be gath ered, the Secretary of State had no new matter touching this to impart, and it was not believed to be necessary to take any positiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

4 A GOOD BEGINNING FOR A MUSEUM. M. H. De Young Tells Some thing About the Treasures he Collected. SOME INTERESTING CURIOS. Costly Art and Relics . From Everywhere— The Fund Is Not Exhausted. The m*w museum which stands on the ' grounds, a monument to the success of the California Midwinter [nternational Exposi tion of 1894, will this day bo handed over : to the Park Commissioners by Director j General de Young and the executive com mittee and the Park Commissioners will | throw open its gates to the public. A force >>i busy men have been at work for some time and will so continue up to , A GOLD AND LACQUERED IMAGE OF BUDDHA IN THE MUSEUM AT THE PARK. [Sketched by a "Call" artist] the hour of opening the doors to-day in getting the curios placed ana the car penters' and truckmen's evidences of how it was done cleared away, but the glimpses that have been obtained during the tur- ; moil present collections of rare and.inter esting objects 6unk::ent to make an exceed ingly credi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

A SPRING OPENING OUT AT THE PARK. The Court of Honor Is to Be Beautified and Made Attractive. THE PROPOSED BOULEVARD. Vehicles Will Move to Music. New Bicycle Road— Drive Extensions. There is a quiet, sturdy-shouldered, bearded man, a little under the medium height, who every day drives hither and thither through the park at a gait just under the limit as allowed by the park po lice, and who notes with deep satisfaction the pleasure of everybody else in the park, but being very busy he says little about it. This is Superintendent McLaren, whose existence in the Jworld very few people SUPERINTENDENT M'LAEEN THINKING OF PLANS FOR THE PARK. [So modest v this energetic gentleman that the accompanying sketch, made by a "Call" artitt, is the first ever published in a San Fra)icisco newspaper.] know about because his modesty is only exceeded by the strictness with which he attends to business, and the results that grow therefrom. John McLaren is the agent through whom the miracle of Golden...

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. — 23 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mail; by carrier, 15c Jjcr week. SUNDAY CALL— *I.GO per year. ■WEEKLY CALL— »I.6O per year. Tin- Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL- (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, llhlnelander building, Hose and Duaue streets. New York. SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1895 Keep in the swim, or dry up. To-day we open the Memorial Museum. Good business men are always good citi zens. .-- The path of "duty leads to the competing road. Governor Budd is in no hurry about scalping the coyote bill. Pan-Americanism is rapidly becoming a live issue in the field of diplomacy. We would have better City officials if we helped them more and abused them less. Wherever Progress puts a foot in Cali fornia it finds something solid to stand on. If the little Iberian King is not careful Uncle Sam will be after mating him walk Spanish. What could be a happier occurrence than for -:<n Jose and Stockton both t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

X ATURDAyT.^^ ~MXi~CH 23, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. *y, . e .conbdent young man with vie tall hat appears again to-day vitn a hopeful sun pictured about him. He might have been out yesterday if he had known there were to be so few clouds. The w , ealh u r cx P ert » appear to believe that the stormy season is about over for the present, and that t.h« MTnf an . rcely expect any more moisture ma^S^i a f* £u SI5 '- no matter now much they ™nL>?i Ed U,• I h , c "recast for to-day is: Fair; wind? V sUghtl >' warmer; fresh, variable LOCAL NEWS IN BEIEF. "Cabalists" was the subject of Dr. Nieto's i riday evening lecture. / The museum in the park will be opened this aiternoon with appropriate ceremonies. Billiardists Schafer, Ives and Cotton will play an exhibition game at the Press Club to-night. Dr. Voorsanger discussed the Hebrew reform movement at the Temple Emanu-El last even ing. The mystery of the holographic will remains unsolved. Mrs. Craven knows, but she won't tell. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

8 The wheelmen will be well represented to-day at San Leandro and San Jose, where several racing events will be held. Ath letes of Berkeley are training for games Which will be held to-day in the campus. The opening of the angling season is near at hand, and a close watch is now being kept on the streams. A new St. Bernard Club was organized a few evenings ago. Trap-slioou rs will be out to-morrow in large numbers at the Oakland track. I'oursing is being well patronized by leash inen. THE WHEEL. California Associated Cycling Clnbs' Great Relay Eace. The annual 100-mile relay race of the California Associated Cycling Clubs, to be run on Sunday, April 7, is now so close at Land that it is the uppermost topic of conversation among the wheelmen. One )i«ars on < very side predictions as to the result and wagers as to the time that will lx> made, and the riders who are entered for the various clubs are training diligently every <l;:y. That all previous records will be Lowered h w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

IT WAS A VERY ORDINARY CARD. Dumps and Upsets That Kept the Talent at the Track Guessing. TRIX TOOK ANOTHER RACE. Mainstay Beat a Good Field of Mud-Larks in the Last Race. Many of the prizes offered at thcßay I District track yesterday were in the betting ring, and not on the card. The track was Bloppy, but very fair time was made in the j different events. Taking everything into I consideration, picking winners was not ! difficult, but there have been times when ; it was easier. Yesterday was "cut-in" day with the bookmakers, thirteen going on. Among the absentees was George Wbee lock, who dallied with the bangtails on ! the ground, along with the rest of the { talent. George broke about even on the game, and after giving them about a week's trial on the outside will depart for the East. Lucky Dog seems to have a hard time getting a race, for all scratched in the six furlong handicap yesterday but the son of i .Parebin, and of course it had to be de- | clared off, the fourth race b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

10 PRESIDENT OF THE OAKLAND COUNCIL. Walter G. Manuel Said to Be the Man Booked for the . Place. DAVIE AND THE WHARVES. Proposed Tax on Bicycles and Other Vehicles— Professor. Huff Destitute. It is now definitely understood that Councilman Walter G. Manuel will be the president of the new Council. He repre sents the Third Ward in the present Council. It has been generally conceded that one of the old members, or hold-overs, should occupy the important post of chairman, and, as both Messrs. Row and Towle had held the office, it was agreed among the Non-Partisans that some other member should be chosen. Manuel is the man on whom the honor will fall. There is one question which, it is said, the new administration would like much to sec definitely settled, and that is the attitude of the old Board of Public Works, which was voted out of office by the adop tion of the charter amendments! The old board has threatened to hold on, and its attorney, George de Golia, has intimated that he is ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. (S^OO FniST-CLASS . >Al.n I .N;' WHOLE- I-^n sale part of the city; rent s2s; over *p.*oo stock in sight. MICHELS & WOOD, 917 C ALOON ON WATER FRONT; GOOD PAYER' ELS&WOOD Raln; priCe?6OOi rent $30. MICH* i--LS dfc \\ OOD. <* } ~\i \ DAIR X AND. PRODUCE- STORE^ '-- < - )l '- rentsl3: averace «75 a month; a, bar- gain. MICHELS & WOOD, 917 Market st. • ) -i\ BAKER Y AM) CANDY STORE- ' i i?: iVIDg " rOOmS " MICHELS & WOOD, V I . W AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURF store; old-established, good-paying TV" A i 1 : 1 '-GOOD. ACTIVE M \N"as" pTrt' ' T ncr In 150-room hotel: clearing $400 monthly" ssassgasg andtrial grant^ 1 - siS K 17IRST-CLASS COFFEE-SALOON AND STORK I bakery receipts $100 dally; clearing over r>00 • Monfgomeo" %* > ° C0 * ■ health BPK^sTSJ SRI flO COFFEE SALOON; WORTH S4OO- -• »•»"• must sell. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. S 9 0() V l : iTS TORE ON TURK ST • OWNS '- -^- fV -'- building. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery^! OVr' a H :SI V ISH^ D HOTEL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD BUMMAKT OF THE MARKETS. Free shipment of Beans overland. Barley off a fraction. Wheat easy and quiet. Other Cereals dull. _ . nay steady. Wool and Hops very quiet. Bran In moderate receipt. Potatoes and Onions unchanged. Dairy Butter declined again. Cheese in good supply. Eggs rule firm. Poultry Improving. Apples quiet. Oranges sell well at auction. Lemon* and Limes plentiful. Dried Fruit slow. Nuts and Raisins unchanged. Asparagus and Rhubarb lower. Hams, Bacon and Lard very firm. Bogs in good demand. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Tnitko States Dkpaktmknt of Agricul-' Trur. Wilathkr Bureau. Sax Francisco, March 22, 5 p. x.— The storm which was central last night in the British possessions north of Wash ington and Montana has moved eastward into Manitoba and extends southward into the Missouri and Upper Mississippi valleys. A secondary de pression is central in Northern Arizona and South ern Nevada. The area of high pressure which was ci-ntral last ni?!it in Souther...

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