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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

A PAGE FOR WOMEN OF INTEREST TO ' ALL WOMEN. One of the latest pieces of news is that the Godet skirt is to have a train. A model is given in a Paris journal first of a car riage costume, with a skirt having organ pie :its, and quite a long train. The next design is of a Paris walking-gown, which ■ rilw?d as having a Godet skirt with three organ pleats, ami it is semi-trained. I really thought we had seen the last of trained street dresses for a long time to come, but from the present indications we may expect, by next winter, to see the trained Godet skirt in vogue. Another \ise has been found for the pretty, inexpensive Japanese wash silks (from 2~> cents to .x> cents per yard). They make charming wrappers to wear in your . bedroom during the warm weather. One of those garments take* ten yards of silk, end is pretty when made with a large roll- Dainty Gown for Young L.ady. ing collar edged with a frill of lace, which should be cascaded down the front, and edge the sleeves. A...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

18 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, c Editor and Proprietor. • (SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— *O per year by mail; by carrier. 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL-t1.50 per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. • ./f- The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhin»lander building, Rose and Duaije streets," New York. SUNDAY MARCH 31, 1895 Unrest and unreason go together. • What experience costs in dollars, it pays In sense. While things are improving, improve yourself. The railroad will not go to Stockton — it will start there. A good walker never finds any difficulty in taking steps for recreation. The ideal San Francisco is worth work ing for as well as talking about. Ii the beautiful life can be lived any where, it can be lived in San Francisco. Theater-sroers have noticed of late that the loveliest girls never wear high hats. Silurians are not always old men; there „ are some people who are born that way. Pleasure as well as business will have a gr...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

* ■ * EXT will receive rather scant observ e ance during polo week at Burlingamp. ■ -4 Of course every one in the swim is looking forward to the games of Thursday and Saturday next. The army of ficers from Walla Walla are already on" the ground, and the Englishmen from Riverside, of whom all the other players are a little afraid, are to arrive on Tuesday. Nearly every member of the club will take down a party of ladies on one or both days, and every rig will be brought out of the stables to help out the Bhow during the games. There will be Talbot Clifton's new coach, the club coaches, drags, tandems and dogcarts, and any number of turnouts from the neighborhood. The -week has been rather lively for Lent and San Francisco, but mostly in the way of com plimentary dinners and receptions to people about to leave. A number of San Franciscans have gone to the southern resorts and many more are making engagements for an early de" purture to the country. Golf, the Scottish game played on th...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

20 THE THEATRE Following "The Girl I Left Behind Me" at the California Theater comes Peter F. Bailey in "A Country Sport." Mag Irwin is still with Peter F. Dailey, as are also John Sparks and other of the best mem bers of last season's cast. Overheard at Morosco's: "They say that K.J. Holden has been the death of twenty-seven people in the course of his career as a stage villian." "You don't say ! Were they all members of the audience?" narrigan's Theater, New York, has been leased for a long time to Richard Mansfield, and its name will be changed to the Garrick. Mansfield was reported recently as confiding to an interviewer, apropos of Henry Irving: "He is a stage mountebank, who knows how to break into print with advertisements of him •elf." The women in Paris are raving over the beauty Of some of Sarah Bernhar'li's: powns in -'Mag da," nt the Renaissance. One is of butterenp vellow brocade, the def=i?n enriched with an embroidery of gold beads and sequins, the bodice being \eiled...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

What a thrill hies along the steel nerves of the cruiser when this call booms from t he strong throat of the sound-timbered old boatswain's mate. Down through the open battle-doors of the lower deck it rolls, changing its tone and dying a — w-a-ay in a prolonged monochord infinitely sweet and tender. Then comes the wild rush of the blue jacketed crew up to points of vantage — re served seats — on the upper structure or rising to see the coming Face. This is the only time when the iron discipline of a man-of-war relaxes. Jack loyally backs his iodgment with his money and there is I subordinate rank in the dollars he places against the coin of his divisional of ficer, if that dignified personage feels dis .my bullion ou the speed of the other boat. In an instant the tomb-like stillness of the ship is filled with sound and motion. Ah, there is life and fury in these natty f the sea — these marine dude.* that j will co at the bugle note from the barber's j o the battery, or from the ins...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

22 DON'T Batter Your Brains Against a Brick Wall. . IF YOU SUFFER from Sick Headaches, Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Foul Stomach, Liver Complaint, Constipation, Nervousness, Neuralgia, General Debility, Kidney Affections, CURE YOURSELF with Nature's Own Natural Remedy, JOY'S Vegetable Sarsaparilla. DON'T DON'T DON'T Be Substituted. GOOD HEALTH TO ALL MANKIND, JOY'S VEGETABLE SARSAPARILLA THE HEART, THE LIVER, THE LUNGS, THE KIDNEYS AND THE STOMACH Reached by the Great 'Home Remedy,' JOY'S VEGETABLE SARSAPARILLA. THE HEART. The heart is the most essential organ of the whole system. It furnishes the steam to propel the blood through the veins throughout the entire system. Diseases of the heart are many and due to a general debility and improper funotion of tho stomach, liver and kidneys. Palpitation, sharp shooting pains in the region of the heart, shortness of breath, ex- haustion on the least exertion, swelling of the face and eyelids, dropsy of she limbs, headache, throbbing in the...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS Thirty-five failures last week. Bank Clearings a.bout even with 1894. Silver jumps to 66i/ic Mexican Dollars. firm. Wheat and Barley quiet. Oats, Corn and Rye dull. Hay in good supply and easy. r Beans less brisk. "Sweet ' Potatoes firm. "Receipts in New Potatoes increasing. ° Onions weak. * Butter lower. Cheese steady. - ; Kegs unchanged. Poultry and Game in light receipts. ; More Strawberries arrived. Oranges weak and quiet. Vegetables come in freely. Hairs. Bacon and Lard firm. Coal sells very well. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department or Agricci/- Trßi-, Wkatiikb BuRKAf, San Francisco, March 30, 5 p. m.— Synopsis and general fore cast: The pressure is highest to-night in Idaho and Nevada and Is lowest south of Arizona, with another slight depression on the Oregon coast. There are some indications that the depression near the Oregon coast may develop sufficiently to cause rain in Washington and portions of Oregon during the n...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

24 "NOBBY" CLARKE'S GREAT SCHEME. He Wants an Income and Inter est in Thousands of Acres of Land. GREAT RUSH OF APPLICANTS. They Want the Land Now Owned by the Spring Val ley Water Company. Alfred Clarke, proprietor of an institution known as "Clarke's College of Law," is doing a land office business, though he has no official connection with Uncle Sam, nor the lesser commonwealth known by the distinguishing title, the State of Cali fornia, Mr. Clarke, best known to his friends under the sobriquet of "Nobby," is a lawyer of some note in San Francisco and has an office at 213 Larkin street. For the past six weeks United States Land Commissioner John P. Dunn has been besieged by applicants desiring to take lip homesteads in South San Fran cisco and San Mateo County. Within that time probably a hundred people have tiled papers for the regulation 160 acres. If this were a new country such a rush of business would not be considered unusual, but that number of claims for United States pro...

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

PLUME . I,XXVII.-NO. 112. NEWS OF THE COAST. I tabbing of One of a . rio of Footpads at 'qS§m San < Jose. 0 FIGHT AGAINST ODDS. The Robber Succumbs ,to His v Injuries and Is Found t^rO ' -^ Dead in a Lot. ■ FRUSTRATION OF A JAILBREAK. •A Deputy Sheriff Discovers a Plot ' '> ■ * of County Prisoners In the \« Nick of Time. t'i ' " '■/' - ' J FAN JOSE, C =.!,., March Three foot t pads held up William Dowdigan, a Santa i Clara street notion dealer, late last night, and one of them is now lying on a slab at the morgue, while the others are at large. Mr. Dowdigan was attacked while on his . ay home and a desperate struggle ensued, during which one of the robbers was . '. bbed by the man assailed. Dowdigan's 7«-:ket, containing about $15, was cut way and the three men fled. About 11 o'clock this morning the corpse of one of the footpads was found in a C -scant lot a short distance away by Mrs. Dowdigan and a girl who had followed the ' trail of blood. The dead man was a Swede, .bout ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

BEAUTIFUL ST HELENA GRAYSTONE WINERY. THE LARGEST CELLAR IN THE WORLD. ST. HELENA, Cal., March 31.— St. : Helena, the chief town of Upper Napa : Valley; in the midst of acres of olives and j vines.encircled by spurs of the coast range of mountains, is a bonny spot. The scenery here is grand, the climate mild and the soil ex ceeding fertile. In palmy days,*vvhen dur ing vintage time all was life and motion, before ruinous price - cutting was known, word pic tures of this wonder ful district of Califor nia were sent all over the world. All the beau ties and advantages of nature* still remain, but the merry times of the vintage are no more, for joy has fled the grape- ' grower and wine-makers since adversity has come* to them, and the stream; of gold that poured into/ their coffers in return"] for' their products has l , become a small rill of silver. This war of prices has worked a great in jury to the reputation ( o f California wine. W ine-shiopers thought only" of " cheap wine. Win...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

HONOR FOR BISMARCK. Thousands of ; People Ready for To-Day's Celebration- GIFTS FOR THE PRINCE. Telegrams of Congratulation Received From AH Parts of the World. TRY TO SEE THE IRON] MAN ■ Visitors March Around the. Castle to Get a Look at the Famous • Statesman. FRIEDRICHSRUHE, Prussia, "March 81.— The Bismarck celebration is in full swing and every" day -.seems to' add to the enthusiasm displayed by the German peo ple over'the eightieth anniversary of the old Chancellor. Every train arriving at Fried ricbsruhe is loaded with 1 presents for the aged statesman and every post brings hun dreds of congratulatory letters, not only from people* in Germany, but from Ger mans and others" throughout the civilized world. Thousands upon thousands of spe cial Bismarck postcards have been sold, and a great number have been mailed to the United States. Those in Germany who have received them have put them care fully away, to be preserved as memories of the Iron Chancellor and the great out pourin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

4 THE TRUE SPIRIT OF CHRISTIANITY. Rev. Dr. Mackenzie Delivers an Eloquent Address to His Parishioners. "CALIFORNIAaiS MY .HOME." The Preacher Describes the New Power Vested in the Son of Man.- The Rev. Dr. Robert Mackenzie preached 6t the First Presbyterian Church at Van Ness avenue and Sacramento streets yes terday morning on the "True Spirit of Christianity," taking his text from Luke ©; 46-56. He said in part: The Christian church is thinking in these days of Christ's last journey to Jerusalem, Which led to his crucifixion on -Good Friday morning and his resurrection on Easter. On that last journey he patiently instructed His disciples in the nature of his power and the manner of spirit in which it should be exer cised. The lessons he taught them are for the perpetual admonition of the church. It might be well to turn for a little while from cate chisms and creeds and listen to his own words, and from maximum Christs and minimum * m ~ *'' — -^ -■•"■a REV. DR. ROBERT MACKENZIE. [...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

A LITTLE SUNDAY FISHING FOR MEN. How the- Commission Protects , the Finny Wards of the° •-. -• State. 0 :.-, • 7 A LABOR PURELY OF \ LOVE; j — . A Gun Fight Averted by Cool ness and Good Judg ment. • . ° All the world -loves a lover, but never. With the love it has for a fish. - *. .j In organic life there is no living thing so j persistently" wooed and .so enthusiastically won as the silvery, swift and dainty tooth some morsel that" swims in the sea. When the bipedal epicures of the shore are not : picking his Tibs, the feathered things are harvesting him from the wave; and when ' he is too deep for the birds of the air his own friends and relatives down oh the sunken bases of the hills are nipping.him ] out of existence with brotherly? affection and cannibalistic zeal. This practice on ' the part of his family is reprehensible con- j sidering the fact that the good Saint ' Anthony preached so earnestly to the | fishes recommending a diet other than ; themselves, but it justifies n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

6 <%&tf^fa2e*! CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— IO per year by mail; by carrier, lCc per week. "SUNDAY CALL-11.50 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 Dunne streets, New York. MONDAY '.....APRIL 1, 1895 After the rest, work. y y; Talk straight business to-day. » Start the week with your best foot fore most. Bond the property of the city and set its energies free. « Bismarck has used a sword in writing o the history of Germany. Talbot Clifton's coach assures the build ing of the San Jose boulevard. About as fast as enterprises take shape in these days, they get a move on. • Pioneers of enterprise are worthy suc cessors of the pioneers of the State. m The residents of Hayes City, Kans., have to burn down their city to keep warm. Every new industry in a community adds ! to the value of all the other ind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

Site i <Eatt MONDAY.. ...?■ /APRIL' I, 189? 4 , _ JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The individual here depicted moving gingerly down the street with feet wide spread is shrewdly watching for the usual old April Fool hat filled with bricks which bad boy* always place on the side walk for incautious people to kick. He has "been there many a time," and each trick he vows will be the last, but he will probably get there again, as he has got in the habit of getting caught. ' However, the jokist will have a clear tiny in which to vent his pent-up humor, as this locality will be visited by fair weather, nearly stationary temperature and westerly winds, though it will rain slightly in the north. LOCAL NEWS IN BEIEP. Remenyi will play at Berkeley to-night. The spring term commences in the public schools to-day. j ■ sy^-;y.y The Olympic nine .defeated the Santa Clara tea m yesterday. The Berkeley Non-Partisans nominated a full ticket Saturday night. y\ -£ - The first entertainment and ball of the B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

PUBLICATION OFFICE: 626 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock ; r. .. M. • BRANCH - OFFICES— 7IO Market f treet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight ; 320 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 717 Larkin street. open until S:SO o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission * streets, - open until 9 .o'clock ; 2518 M ission street, open until 9 o'clock ; and 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock . ' - NOTICE OF MEETINGS. nSi=>" HERMANN LODGE NO. 127 F. " » - tSSe' and A. M.-S.ated meeting THIS Jl DAY (MONDAY"), April 1. 1895, at BTSJT o clock p. m. By order of the W. M. /nt.Y L. SCHUMACHER. Sec , B_S» OCCIDENTAL LODGE NO. 22, F. * w* : * and A. M. — Stated meeting THlS__k_ o (MONDAY) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. By order of the Master. H. JONES, Sec. /^y * Sr_? SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER NO. _ i±^ f 1, R. A. M.. meet THIS EVENING. _/_. Busines and M. M. degree. «U?C 0 . H. G. PRINCE, Secretary. y/^Y jjEfap THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL MEET- UFjS^ ing of the Bricklayers...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. Gflfi^n A GREAT BARGAIN: 25q75- -ig>XOP\s. Capp,' near 16th; choice lot all ready to build upon; street paved with basalt blocks and accepted by city; cheapest well-located lot in the Mission. For sale by y ... BALDWIN _ HAMMOND, *■?''•'•>.. ' \ „ 10 Montgomery street. <J_9Q 000 INVESTMENT. O-O.UUU. C. .H. REYNOLDS & CO., 333 ■ Montgomery st. " ° „ , OR SALE-NEW COTTAGE ROOMS AND bath: part cash; owner on premises Sunday Plymouth aye., Holly Park, 1 block from Missio'n- st. electric cars, y, ; * OR SALE AT A BIG BARGAIN-835 CAS- T trost.;amodern;house; almost -new; 7 rooms and bath and lot. ■'. ..«.■„■ ;. .*., . ■_ :- * HALF-FRONTAGE OF A BLOCK IN RlCH- mond, cor. 21st aye. and California st. * rail- road depot right at the property; will sell cheap, or will subdivide. Apply to owner, D; REDMOND 145 Harrison st.; no agents. 7 ' DARE CHANCE. r ~. " " $7000- house (nearly new) 9 rooms. bath, laundry and all conveniences; Oak st near Ashbory, facing Golde...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 April 1895

10 A FLYING MACHINE WITH A PURPOSE. . .. •„ =•-.. -..■ -7;-ry • .■-. ; -..-.:-..-.:• --~*-Charles F. Martin ..'Obtains- a / -Patent on a Monster War .' ';'X'i\'-'' : ' BALLOON. ' HER SPEED TWENTY MILES. ; .One- Man Can Operate It- and • Leave the French Ship • •:.; ,y. '-■•.:•; -in His Wake. Charles F. Martin, who is employed in the claims department of the Southern Pa " cific Company and lives, at 223 Mission street, received : word Saturday \ lastythat. the Patent Office had granted him a patent on a flying machine on which he. has been working for about two years. The machine will consist" of two. main parts, a hollow cylinder to be. inflated with hydrogen gas; and a deck which will hang; Charles P. ° Martin and His Flying -.-.•= •*•■ Machine. * j-k* ."'? 7 : 'y .--• [Sketched by a "Call " artist.] suspended from the cylinder, and in which will be placed the propelling machinery and steering apparatus. The hydrogen cylinder, which will sus tain the weight of the remainder of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

U-NQy 113. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. ; Rather Sensational Suit Begun in the San I Pedro Court. SAILORS AS DEFENDANTS It Brings Up the Story of the Wreck of the Steamer yew bern a Year Ago. WAS THE VESSEL SI „ Dl Charges That She Was to -cape Detection as aSmugfe-n the Southern Coat, ; , LOS AN7GELFS7 Gal„, April 1. t.has ... been; over a "y.e.ir. now since the am'" Kewberh went ashore off Poirt incpnt and became a total wreck, butt'i" op of disaster has been : revived afresh : it n ad-. ditional details. Down in the - y _«dro . : " Justices' Court a suit has been c* i encyd , by the steamship company to recoT-r 1250, which is alleged to have been received by. some sailors who sold a portion* of : the -age. After striking on the r ks the : ' ; y Vessel was. fired, but the flames id not consume all of the hull. . • A sailor, named Sjorberg, in cenpany with some companions, managed secure the propeller, which was sold. for $230. /'..-This amount, the company now de ires to recover. The defen...

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

2 FOR THE BIG CANAL. No Time to Be Lost in Surveying the Route. MILLER GAINS HIS POINT. The Board of Engineers to Be Sent to Greytown on a Warship. . MEN ■ WHO WILL BE SELECTED. ' . ' - ~ .*•■•■.' y -. ..':.. :.- ■•.; . This Government Desires to Em phasize Its Concern In •• the . Nicaragua Project. '•'• WASHINGTON, D. C;, April I.— lt is y stated to the Call correspondent that at last Friday's Cabinet meeting it was prac tically decided to send a surveying party.'at once to make a survey of the Nicaragua '■• canal route. The board will be sent, to Greytown on an American war vessel as • soon as possible. The visit of Warner Miller and others ;. from New York last week had much; to do • with this: determination of President '•• Cleveland and his Cabinet. The survey is, ■ '.of course, of .-first consideration, but it is • said that this Government was actuated by . a desire to' emphasize the concern it feels /in the canal project and serve notice early o that it is to be distinctly a...

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