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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

WOMEN AT THE POLLS Better Still, Several of " ' . Them Are Elevated : to Office. I DEFEAT FOR DEMOCRATS. /Exciting y Battles -y for / Office J. :•"■■.' in Several Eastern States. VICTORIES FOR REPUBLICANS. ; At the Coming Elections In Okla / homa and Kansas Blood May ./. '■•/' ••' •': Be Spilled. •) ''y : /y/\yy ° CINCINNATI.Ohio, April I— ln Ham ilton County Mrs, Captain W. W. Peabody of- Madisonville was elected to the Board of Education, and she -had a woman in competition. ;At Harrison, this county, -three women were defeated at Carthage 7. one woman was elected;:. at Norwood the 7 women were defeated. y - /Commercial Gazette specials report the ''/ women were/defeated at Camden, Ohio; -•'.;. also that, women voted elsewhere in Ohio, as . follows: .At Yanwert .50 ' Votes, at Ripley .50,7 at Martins Ferry 45, out of a ///total/ vote -of. 1200 ; at Mansfield and. at c ', Marrow they turned out in . the : - rain and 7; refused offers of precedence by men- :. '.'" " CLEVELAND, Ohio,...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

4 PLUNGERS WERE ABSENT. * Granrian and the Other Heavy Bettors Were Sadly „ •- ' " ' Missed. 7" ' . ; FOUR FAVORITES WIN : OUT. Contribution Dumped the Crowd ° •' Hard by Finishing Behind :, Mainstay. •'...;. .- The band tried hard to .'enliven matters . -'• at the track yesterday, but only partially succeeded. The presence of Pittsburg Phil, Riley Grannan and Dave Gideon was : " sadly missed in. the betting ring, .and. .; .deeper still will -be the gloom after to-day, .".-for jovial Barney Schreiber, the most pop .-filar,bookmaker in the ring, will leave for St. Louis to-night. Of course the bangtails j -will -continue to run and there are still one yor two men left that can afford to make, a •• $100 bet, but the absence of these men . leaves a void that cannot be filled. ■;"'. The favorites did fairly well; yesterday, » winning the first four races, and then the longshots had an outing. 7 -.'.,- y . - Nebuchadnezzar'- brother, the Gypsette gelding, won the opening race for two yea...

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. — 2 April 1895

AFTER CORRIVEAU'S GOLD. His Death Has Brought Pecu liar Complications to Light ... '-'. ~ ;■■'■■.:' I THE BIG ESTATE'S VANISHMENT yX: Woman Claiming to Be the Decedent's ; : ' Widow yin ; ':■■■ . • yy- ;" ■ Court... - .' '■ -7 The somewhat novel • spectacle of two distinct applications; for letters of adminis tration on ah estate, which at present exists • Only in the Imagination of those interested. will be witnessed in Judge Coffey's, court "Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The parties to this interesting proceeding are Public Administrator Freese and. a lady calling herself. Mrs. Edna Dean Corriyeau. THE LATE LOUIS CORRIVEAU AND THE WOMAN- WHO SAYS SHE IS HIS WIDOW. [From photographs.] Both are expecting to be appointed guar dian of the estate, if such can be found,. of niveau, the erratic "Frenchman, who died March 18. ■ Since the death of Louis Gorriveau the atmosphere' has been tilled with rumors concerning a considerable sum. of money 77ahd:7real:yestate, '■] . known to ■; be 7 ...

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. — 2 April 1895

6 » ' " ,;•■■• ; ■ ■ — — 7 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE/ Editor and Proprietor. • \y* - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mail . by carrier, 15c week. SUNDAY CALL-51.60 per year. WEEKLY CALL-51.50 per year. I The Eastern offlce of the SA^ FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and "Weekly);,- Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinpian.cr building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. , .: -'.-,» ; 7V TTt7E5DAY. 1.;.;..;..;;., /y,..y..;;APRIL _. 1895 - 1% Think progress, talk progress, act prog ress. V Bonds, that provide for public improve ments will gall none but -Silurians? .".'"■ ■ Sunshine, prosperity and happiness are the portion of St, Helena's residents, There is many a .man in the swim who can hardly.keep his. head ! above water. • y ; lf theybicYde:;;hasite I will the bicycle has its way, dress reform will go from bloomers to tights in a single Whirl. 1 ' * • The competing road will start across the country just in time to be considered a picnic. The best thing- in San Francisco is the _„...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

. TUESDAY .^=:7-v,7 f , _: APRIL. 2, 1995 ' JUST ABOUT THK WEATHER. ' _>* This very young lady has prb_» .. .. :.-. .^s_. ably strayed away ;-.-: from ' home; ; .'■■' y ■--■; " lured therdce by an unkept promise; - ■■••"•* ... ■V^ ot'sunny-weather and the prospect • '.- ■':?>,■■. of doing a little shopping— that '• '.-'• ~% <:■■■ •joy .of 7 : all women among - the ; .candy-stores, of the vicinity, arid she has been met and Interviewed -by. a "fresh rain frog, who wasiri turn lured from his dark hook under the. fence: by the prospect .of a nice cool April shower.,: The possibilities are that the little woman will -not have any too much- sunshine,- though the forecast is '-stationary ter n.V ; rature, yyfth'.cool westerly Winds. . 7 ; -*- " '■-.:.". - •y LOOAL HEWS _g BRIEF. C. P. Huntirigtonhas not yet ! started west. The Traffic Association will not go out of ex - -.steneey y 7y7 :yyy ' : *7' : .\*. 7y y*.- ,-.-".. •./•.- ..-.-. ;-.y . Cooking is the fad among society ladie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

8 i EEAL ESTATE TBANSAOTIONS. P. J. O'Brien to Ellen O'Brien, undivided 1-8 of lot on NW corner of Polk street and Golden Gate avenue, N 120 by W 82:6; gift. Isidore and- Nettle . Schwartz to Solomon and Louisa (lump, lot on N line of Geary street, 110 E Of Gough", E 27:6 by N 120: $10. , Charles W. Baird to Michael J. Conboy, lot on line of Hayes street, 131:3 E of Steiner, E 25 by S 137:6, subject to deed of trust: $10.-. • D. P. and Marion H.Belknap to Richard O'Con- nor, lot on N line of Oak street, 275 W. of Steiner, : E 82:6 by N 137:6; $10. • ; : ' -. . '\ -Distilling and Cattle Feeding .Co. to John ,Mc- Nulta, John J. Mitchell and Edward E. Lawrence, : receivers, Bay View DistiUerv—NW corner Scott ! and Lombard, streets, "W- 126. N 2-75. 126, Sto beginning; also lot on NW corner Lombard and '.Pierce streets, W 412:6 by >' 276; alsoloton SW I corner -Lewis and Pierce streets. S 80%-deg., W I 881:3 by N 200, lots 1 to 16," block 4. Supplemental I Map No. I, Salt Marsh ; and...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

1 CITY REAL ESTATE. .: y. _' p H. BSE N A CO., ■ * ' REAL ESTATE-AGENTS. RENT. COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS. . ■> c o °y Office and Salesroom: •■- •.•-. ;.7 • 14 MONTGOMERY ST.. NR." MARKET. .- • SELECT AUCTION SALE, y" ' As per Catalogue, at-'Salesroomj .: '• -. '-. 7 • MONDAY, APRILS, 1895, " At 12.1*4 OF BUSINESS,' RESIDENCE AND INVEST- °>° MENT PROPERTIES AND BUILD- ' : ' . -" ING LOTS. ■ DOWNTOWN- INVESTMENT, y •VTOS. 326".A.ND 328 O'FARRELL ST., NORTH ' lii side, bet. Mason and Taylor: • 2 3-storj- houses' of 11 rooms" and bath each in frorit. ; and 3 3-story housesof .6 rooms each 00 -Raphael' ■I'a.ce: -brick oil under.each house: rents' §li..d;, tenants pay water: after July -1 rents to be Increased; ho leases; lot 45x137:6, less 22:6x22:6. . ° TWO CORNER INVESTMENTS. ; "V"0. 1-NW. CORNER OAK AND GOUGH STS.; J-> substantial buildings in 4 stores, with living- rooms and 4 flats above, and 3 Cottages of 5 rooms and bath each; bay-windows, "brick foundations, etc.: stone...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD ...';-: SUMMARY' OF THE M ARRETS . silver sliarplv raised. • . Mexican Dollars advanced. y • .Wheat and Barley quiet. : ;. Oats." Corn and Rye dull. . -Bran.firm. ; Hay lower. 7 Beans unchanged. ' Potatoes in good supply and easy. . Onions abundant and lower. Butter still cheap; Cheese unchanged. • Egg market stead.v. ■; ■• Poultry and Game nominal. Strawberries dull Limes higher and scarce. , • Oranges and Lemons weak. . '.'■'•.- ;"•--.'■':*'; • •Vegetables not materially 'changed. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. . ! j I . | i I | ! j i I j i j j , i ... United" States Department or : aaricpl-' ." tube: Weather Bureau. Sax Francisco,; April 1. SP. m.—Synopsis and general forecast; * /•"'.The barometric depression, which was central • last night off the mouth of the Columbia, has '• moved. very rapidly - eastward and now forms a trough-like depression from Western Washington . • southward to. Arizona: The pressure has risen ' rapidly during the afternoon. along the co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

SAYS OAKLAND'S MAYOR. • ( His Strong Message on Rail '■v;y:road and Water-Front Questions. .". FAKES SHOULD BE REDUCED. Other Recommendations Made. Death of P. H. Smith, an Oak land Pioneer. .Mayor Davie does not assume bis seat until- to-day. but bis inaugural message to the City Council, which took the reins of government in hand last evening, was read ; on. the; ■ Convening of '. that body .7 . He . re viewed the figures taken from the books of various city officials, showing that while the increase of expense for the maintenance of -the city government from 1881 iio' 1594 bad only been 33*4 per cent, the re ceipts, from taxation had increased during the same period by 40 per. cent, while the assessed value of Oakland property had increased but 25 per cent. He argued from this that taxation should be materially re duced and asked the careful consideration of '-Council on that subject .' After touching on the question of public parks, and calling the attention of the Coun cil* to....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 April 1895

12 THE LINE TO STOCKTON. Valley Road Directors Formally Select a Starting Point. . . WORK WILL OPEN NEXT WEEK. This Action, However, Does Not In -:K<:terfere With the Santa Clara Project. Stockton's . offer to • the valley road has - been accepted,, that action having been taken at a full meeting of the board of di rectors "•yesterday; and the favorable intel - ligence was conveyed; .to: the people of that city in the following telegram: San Francisco, April 1, 1895. ' Pi A. Buell, President Stockton Commercial As sociation, Stockton; C_„yT_e board of directors 7of ,v " San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley : Railway Company, . iii /board, assembled, rati ■ and: approve -.committee's action accepting 'Stockton's offer, it being understood, that the right of wav outside of city limit be 100 feet wide. Alexander Mac_in, Secretary. The principal topic of discussion at the meeting yesterday, aside from the proposi tion made by Stockton, was the matter of . surveys and a decision was r...

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

TCXLUME XXXVII.-NO. Ill; THE PACIFIC SLOPE. Capture of a Chinese Sluice Robber ;at Folsom. PRESCOTT MINE HORROR; Suspension of the Treasurer at the Soldiers' Home at ■::77 : 7777 Santa Monica. ; : SONORA MINER'S FATAL FALL A Severe Dust and Wind Storm ..Sweeps Over Oregon and Causes ';/"../. Much Damage. ./SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 2.-Consta : bie' James Donnelly of Folsom had an ex citing adventure with a Chinese sluice robber last night, -whom he. caught in the . act of robbing the sluice boxes of the ."White & Donnelly drift mine. y- hen the robber saw that he was dis covered he drew a large dirk-knife and at tacked the officer. Donnelly drew his pistol, and fired twice at his would-be : assassin, but failed to hit him owing to the extreme darkness of the night. ' ■'. The Chinaman took refuge beneath the . end of the sluice-boxes where he was cap tured, disarmed and taken to the Folsom jail. -> • /: This morning the prisoner was held to /answer before the Superior Court on a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

2 MODEL REDWOOD CITY >> . . . , 'Why Political Econom . ists /, Use Redwood . . City for a Lesson. ITS WATER AND LIGHT. This Pretty County Seat Down '■' '. the Bay Is Booming Just Now. A' NEW BAY STEAMER LINE. Things of Interest' Concerning a '/ . Lovely and Lively Town and « Region. • REDWOOD CITY, April 2.— Down at Stanford University the students in economics, read about Redwood City in some of their textbooks on municipal gov- REDWOOD CITY'S FINE NEW SCHOOL . BUILDING. [By ofurte^flfihe Redwood City Democrat;] --.. . eminent, and professors point to the little "city a few miles away as a/model town. That is quite an honor to any. place, for •' professors of political economy are sup . /. posed to know what a model town is. '. .- The interesting feature of Red Wood. City which makes a pattern of it is its way with ** * its water and light supply, and it presents .-. a lesson to every town and city in America, .'/".' Years ago, when it was decided to estab :• • lish a water ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

SWIFT CHOSEN MAYOR In Chicago Democrats . . Meet Overwhelming Defeat. THE SAME: ELSEWHERE. Republican Victories Roll Up ... . in Many of the '■.-' States. : POPULISTS ' ARE NOT "IN IT." 'Even in Missouri the Ground Gained at the Congressional Election • "-.'.,'..' y : ls Easily Held. .; CHICAGO, 111., April 2.— At 10 o'clock the returns from the municipal election in dicate that the Republicans obtained a complete victory, electing George B. Swift, their candidate for Mayor, by a plurality close to 40,000; 820 precincts out of a total of 938 give Swift 126,165 and Wenter 83,000. In addition to the Mayor, the Republicans have, the returns indicate, elected their candidates for Assessor. Collector,; Super visors and Town Clerk in all the towns, making a clean sweep of all the town offices. yy •"' •-■-.•' Of the Aldermen the Republicans have certainly elected sixteen out of a total of thirty-four and claim that they have fully thirty Aldermen, but this, is doubtful, the Democrats claim...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

4 WAR IS NOW AVERTED. Mexico and Guatemala Enter Into a Little .".-'" Agreement. DEMANDS TO BE SETTLED. ■;. Of. Course "the Weaker Coun- ' try. Will Have to Pay .Heavy Indemnity. TERMS •• OF : THE COMPROMISE. ■ ■:° :..'■ .-".:'• . : ;.-• .' . -'-.- :';. '<"-y. yy.yy:"y. 7' An; Understanding Which Puts an t°-y .End to the Preparations for • '". Hostilities. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 2.— From I unofficial advices reaching Washington the general terms of the agreement signed yesterday by which war between Mexico and Guatemala was avoided are substan tially known. Mexico's demand was in the form of an ultimatum sent by Secretary Mariscal November 27, embracing the fol lowing points: y. *>y First— Mexico asked satisfaction for in juries received by the invasion of her ter ritory and for vexations which foreigners end Mexicans cutting wood in the forests of Aqua Aral, Egypt, San Nicholas and San Pedro and Mexican residents of Ayulta had experienced. v -vy Second— Mexico also demanded ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

RISE OF A SUPERVISOR. From Rowdy Hotel Runner to a Position of Honor and Trust. NOW THE "HON-'' JOSEPH Once Helped to Fleece a Tourist; Out of $1900 by; Sharp 7 ' • Card -Play-,/ - ; 7' --'' ' y Time, on whose arbitrary wings the vary . ing hours must slip, -.slide.- works in.any wondrous chabgesfW-ithiri. i-short; period of : itself. ; ;■ It also/ dSihbnstrii" fes,; aiu.o-iig : othery tilings, that here i only a gap of eight: or i '.; ton years. bet ween a vvater : front rowdy and- 1 a City ami County Supervisor, ;.betwe<m al Card-sharper and; sure-thing man -and : a. political boss and- legislator' for the -.people with an alleged tendency toward reform- . '„ The evolution and convolutions of . the; ->a.n Francisco war l-:lieeier are things marvel-/ ous to behold. •"''/'■:';./..:■■•■■■/-■•.■■• Joseph King, Supervisor . from the First Ward; is a living: proof of thiese erratic flights of fortune. . A comply.': history of this gentleman's career/would - make as in- ;.' 7. cres...

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. — 3 April 1895

6 K -i____tS^l^^^^S^ I | CHARLIES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. V SUBSCRIPTION RATES* .' j.' CALL— *6 per year by ;by carrier, i par week.*--.; ■.'.-'-,■,'■•.•.-••.'.•...•.■..':-•.• 'i.' .'. - - SUNDAY CALL— per ydir, -",-• -•-. WEEKLY CALL— M.-50 per year. '■■'' . ,/ The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO 1 CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver -1 tising Bureau, BJafnelander building, Hose and Duane streets, New* York. ?■■■■ .'■ „i '■'■-■-- " '••■'■■■ ■..'■■. ; W1**)yE5DAY;.....7,...;...7..,, .APRIL 3, 1895 „ • April starts well. :" : J""-';Xv : :' ! -\-'-'-:;"- y;'->'i- : - : :-. :■;■■■'■ -.:-.,.;.•.. v : ;. •■••' »^ : - ' • ■■ .'•• ' All enterprises: are moving; •."!:: - : Don't forget the pledge. v .... - !■.•■• Home reformers have work waiting for ! them. ' • ■"■ :■■ _ / , Stockton is getting ready to turn the j earth over. .■.-.' ; : : ;^: : ■ ' .'■ .•■ ';"■ Signing the Call's pledge is a declara ■' tion of independence. :.■ ;, ■ ■ • ■. ■ ;.--. • ■■ . . i N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

©foe- WEpy AY. , :.■■■■ .... .APRIL 3, 1895 ASSEMBLING THE NEWS. '■ Newspaper readers; appreciate' such an ar rangeniefit/of the hews as will enable them at all tinvesta. find invariably a particular kind of. hews in c. -.-certain place in the pa*>er. The arranp-omi-nt of the. news'- in the C.u.Laccom plish-es this end perfectly. •.- . As- the. Pacific Coast, is .the 'first thing that concerns -us it is assigned to the first page of ; the paper. -.- Following .that comes the news of the Nation, aiul foreign news/comes next. - 7 .;• Bej ;y-i!ig;tli«t .the. people of San Francisco 7 are particularly interested in -the news of their y-:pwn;:,-C:ityi and that they want it to be not only thorough and comprehensive, but also invari -. ably nssernbl-d i. a certain place, the Call has selected this page, opposite the editorial ■';. .'/.page.- on -.which to^^publ.ish.the'imailer-item's of . <itv news every - day, and • the last page on which the longer articles /shall appear. In the '•...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

8 "LOOK HERE, UPON THIS PICTURE. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY^ APRIL 3, 3 895.

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

AND ON THIS " --- THEN CHOOSE. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1895. 9

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

10 THREE FAVORITES FIRST. i •• Wheel of Fortune Won the j ' : Opening Race in an Ex ".-: -o citing Drive. . i " r „ " /, - | GRIFFIN WOULD "NOT 7 RIDE. The Lark Won the Hurdle Race, Clipping a. Fraction Off y, the Record. The crowd that strolled out -to the Bay District yesterday/ was ■ larger numerically and seemed to-be' much more bountifully t supplied with rash than the Monday's. I gathering/ The : twelve bookmakers that j were in the; ''cut". yesterday were pleas j antly surprised by tbe. volume of the play. ; Among the hew names that . appear* on • the bookmakers', boards 'was'- that of N-/S. Hail, the -'jumping horse" nian.and Nick's - i carmine Whisker's., bad / great •• effect in dis -1 felling the gloom, -that has enshrouded' the ; .betting ring since the plungers 8 -- departure I Favorites and outsiders broke, even; three, of each winning... ' ° j Although he had accepted a mount in ■every race but the .steeplechase, Harry Gri'ftin was not- seen in the saddle yestex- day:...

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