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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 April 1895

. ; . StOXDA Y APRILS, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BEIEF. • /.The relay race was checkered with accidents. : ••- Members of the Olympic Club are forming a .cp an try club. .•'."•ispecial services will be held in the Catholic •- : ; t;imrches on Good Friday. ■: ■ A new road for bicycle-riders is being pre -■-pared in Golden Gate Park. . • • "Chick" Wright, a crack amateur billiardlst, '. : is.spending a few days in town. • ■'■'y x &\m Sunday was observed in the Catholic ■■'.-'and Episcopalian churches. : •.;;.<Takland saloonkeepers arc organizing to : -Qp.pose the Sunday-closing movement. . ■ .■•Two coursing meetinge were held yesterday ":.-and.some splendid sport was enjoyod. . •'• " The entries for the race track to-day comprise Eix events, and brisk betting is expected. ; : Fred Hansted, the lobbyist, defies Senator . .Earl of Alameda to make good his words. .• _'. There wes a lively fight between two females ; on Clara street, on Saturday night, over a love : quarrel. * > This sc...

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

8 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Ca_i-- -710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S2S Montgomery street, open until 11 o'clock. 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin streett open until 9:30 o'clock. SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock. 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. NOTICE OF MEETINGS. OCCIDENTAL LODGE, No. 22. F. j_ ft-y nndA. M., will meet THIS iJinx- 14 DAY) EVENING, 7 :30 o'clock. Second de- TK2T gree. By order of the Master. Be J2T H. JONES, Secretary. »__r» KING SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. • S^ 260. F. and a. M., corner Geary and _#V_ Steiner sts.— Called meeting THIS (MON-^fJT DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock for hrst 'N^^ degree. By order of the W. M. ■ • HARRY BAEHR, Secretary. ■rSP SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER NO. M _^-^l. R. A. M., meets THIS EVENING _J\_ for degrees. ' /^_K H. G. PRINCE, Secretary. /V> __a_> HERMANN LO...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 April 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. AT AUCTION. AT AUCTION. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS. RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS. Office and Salesroom: 14 MONTGOMERY ST., NR. MARKET. SELECT AUCTION SALE, As per Catalogue, at Salesroom, THIS DAY, . s MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1895, \ At 12 X., OF BUSINESS RESIDENCE AND INVEST- MENT PROPERTIES AND BUILD- ING LOTS. DOWNTOWN INVESTMENT. TVTOS. 326 AND 828 O'FARRELL ST., NORTH 1\ side, bet. Mason and Taylor: 2 3-story houses of 11 rooms and bath each in front, and 3 8-story houses of 6 rooms each on Raphael place; brick foundation under each house: rents $180; tenants ray water; after July 1 rents to be increased; no . leases; lot 45x137:6, less 22:6x22:6. TWO CORNER INVESTMENTS, x- , I— NW. CORNER OAK AND GOUGH STS. ; .IN 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 walks; both streets accepted; rents $215; lot 70x110. V ( >. 2-SW. CORNER OAK AND...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 April 1895

10 GOLDEN GATE PARK JOTS A New Track Being Prepared for Those Who Ride on Bicycles. A ROMANTIC RUSTIC BRIDGE. One of the Pretty Roads In a Not Much Traveled Over Section. "The Commissioners," said Superintend ent McLaren of Golden Gate Park yester day, "are putting the linishing touches on a road specially set apart for the use of bicycle riders. It is south of the speed track and opens from the north drive just before reaching the track. It is a little over a mile long and at the west end joins the main drive that runs to the ocean beach. It will be ready in a few days, and will, no doubt, prove a great convenience to those who ride on the wheel. Park Commissioner Austin said : Eventually this special road, which is twenty feet wide, wiH be extended east to Conservatory Valley, and then it will be a line road lor bicyclists. It is the purpose of the Commis sioners to provide a particular road for the ■bicycle-riders, who are becoming very numer ous. That is, we do not want to force...

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

VOLUME LXXTIL-NO. 120. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Sanders Again on Trial for Forgery at Fresno. HISTORY OF THE CRIME. The Result of the Case Will Settle the Mystery of the Wootton Murder. IT IS THE SECOND HEARING. Testimony Will Show that the De fendant Has the Missing Man's Property. FRESNO, Cat... April S.— The second trial of Professor \Y. A. Sanders of Reed ley on the charge of forgery began here to day. The case is one of the most sensa tional over tried in the county. On March 1. L 894, William Wootton, a wealthy farmer of Reedley, suddenly dis appeared, and, although the shrewdest de tectives in the State have been trying to fina him, they have utterly failed. Wootton owned 3000 acres of land near Reedley, and it is the belief of many people that Professor Sanders murdered him after getting the title to the property into his own name. The result of the trial for forgery will practically settle the ques tion as to whether or not Sanders mur dered Wootton to get possession of the rich"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

2 inside the corporate limits have been fin ished a line will be run to the Stanislaus River. Mr. Gr&h&m said he did not know just what route would be pursued to the river, and that Mr. Storey would decide on that when he arrived here. Chief Engineer Storey arrived to-night with the application of the new corpora tion for a franchise inside the city limits. The Council being in regular session Mr. Storey took the petition before that body and presented it. After some talk by the City Attorney and S. 1). Woods, the at torney who represented the railroad, it was decided to take an adjournment until to-morrow Bight, that no legal form might be overlooked by granting the franchise hastily. It will be granted at the adjourned meeting, at which it will be the only matter considered. Mr. Storey will remain here two or three days and will then leave the survey in the hands of Mr. Graham. A number of the members of the Com mercial Association were not satisfied with the lines as sugg...

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

DIVIDED IN OPINION Decision of the Supreme Court on the Income Tax. THE MAIN LAW HOLDS. Incomes Derived From Rents and Bonds Declared to Be Exempt. SOME CAPITALISTS ESCAPE. Judgre Field Says the Entire Law Should Be Thrown Out and "Roasts" Congress. WASHINGTON, D. C., April 8.-The anxiously awaited decision of the United States Supreme Court in the income tax . case was rendered to-day by Chief Justice Fuller. The court knocKed out the law as far as it taxes incomes derived from rents and also from State, county and municipal bonds. By a tie vote of the court the law was sustained in other respects. The . court's conclusions, after reviewing the • historical and other phases of the question, • were as follows: . In Charles Pollock vs. the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company et al. it is established: | First— by the constitution Federal taxa tion is divided into two great classes — direct taxes and duties, imposts and excises. Second— The imposition of direct taxes is ' governed by the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

4 A JOCKEY'S BAD TUMBLE Young Reeves, Who Had the Mount on Chemuck, Se verely Injured. THEY BEAT THE FAVORITE. McLight Downed the Field In the Mile Race Very Cleverly Yesterday. Jockeys of the feather-weight persuasion are in great demand at the track these days, and to secure one of any note it is necessary to get a permit from the Chief of Police, put in an application about ten days beforehand, and if the pedigree of your horse extends back to the cub mare, you may be successful in securing one to accept the mount of your horse. In despair some of the lesser lights among the owners have been experiment ing by putting stable-boys up on their horses. That this is a dangerous experi ment was demonstrated in the second race yesterday. Among the starters was the mare Chemuck, ridden by a young lad named Reeves in the employ of Sam Cooper. Shortly after the flag fell to a well bunched start, the mare stumbled, throw ing the boy heavily to the ground. Carried to the paddock, the announc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

OBJECTED TO VISITORS. Why Other Pastors Withdrew From the Methodist Meeting. BEOAD HINTS GIVEN THEM. Rev. Henry Varley Refused to De cide the Delicate Ques tion. A number of preachers belonging to different Protestant denominations at tended the meeting of the Methodist Min isters' Association yesterday morning. They entered the room joyfully, in the anticipation of hearing a soul-stirring ad dress. When, however, after a short space of time they left the meeting, it was ii a body and with a much less cheerful mien. In fact, had they not been men in whose minds wrath is supposed to find no abid ing-place, they might have been said to have left in indignation. Yesterday morning the noted evangelist, Henry Yar'ey. was announced to speak be fore the Methodists on "Personal Life in the Ministry." Dr. Yarley is a Baptist by profession, but he is a gifted preacher, from whose addresses most of the Protestant denominations in San Francisco and Oakland have derived considerable spiritual co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

6 sfe mi * — CHARLES M. SHORTRIDOE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CAIX-«« per rear b7 mail ; bj carrier, 15c per week. 0 N DAT C A LL— »I per Tear. WEEKLY CAHr-tI&J per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau. !'.hine!ar>dsr build: Rose and Duane streeis, B*« York. -:»A~y7".~ .~API:J].t. 1893 Good-by income (ax. Prospect? are pleamng all around. All games are progressive in these days. They were wi-se men who established the Supreme Court as a check on Congress. Grover may have to call an extra session Of Congress to provide a revenue. Silver conventions are getting to be as laumerons as pi' The people who feel the strain of progress most are the silurian 1 -. Oakland wants a boulevard to meet ns lit San Jose and complete the circuit. The fam ous incubators of Petalnma have tatched prosperity as well as chickens. No citizen can do the best for himself ttnless he does the best for the communit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

>nitar>AY ...Z. -APRIL 9, 1895 ■ ■ — OITY NEWS HST BKIEP. '. lav sieainei iciu"ii-.^-- . ' lerchiy. " ■-—^.i\ " ;' • Two cases of robbery by Chinese have been ! - reported to the police. ''•I The annual trade review of the Journal of „ ' Commerce has been issued. ■ ' The Debris Commissioners granted two hy : '•■■"draulic mining permits yesterday. • ' The capital of the Pan Joaquin Valley Rail •' •v ay reached £2,440,950 yesterday. . ' : : The California Keramlc Club opens new '■•.';. q.u*rters and gives an exhibition sale to-day. '.""' ' the Olympic Club ground'; will be closed .' ' next month as a matter of curtailing expenses. ' ' The Young Woman's Suffrage Club save one " oi ■- open meetings at Pythian Castle last •';;; evening, v - .•->.:.. -■"' '. Forty ship carpenters are wanted in Stockton "...for the building of barges and repairing of .• ""steamers. -A 'small fruit cannery at the corner of Second -. ■ and Townsend streets was burned last night. '. Loss $500. ;■'.■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

8 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Lively Expectations of a Crowded Lobby Not Realized. THE MAYOR'S VETO MESSAGE. His Reasons for Not Signing the Bituminous-Rock Monopoly Order. There was a lively anticipation among cer tain City Hall circles that something was going to happen at the meeting of the Board of Supervisors yesterday, and U an evidence the lobby and the gallery were crowded long before the hour for the meet ing. The word was passed in the shuffle of the clerk's office, which for an hour precedes the call to order on every meeting day, that there was to be a general reorganization of the board through resolution to be intro duced by some one not named ; that Adolph Spreckels was to be removed from the chairmanship of the street committee, and G. C. Hughes put in his place, and that other members of the big four were to be robbed of their special honor* and reduced to the ranks by the votes of the solid eight, co far a? that were possible. The trouble out of which the gossip grew ...

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

' • BUSINESS rH\>CK>. ••• Vv^F^crN-SELLYOU OUT AT SHORT NO- " \\ See: try 11s. PBOLL, STENBERG & CO., ••'..87-3% Market st.^ ' '■"• FOR SALE^IMMEDIATELY; HOTEL, LOCA- -"'X tefl among factories: several hundred men em- "'■ .... i-i vicinity; sacrifice: sickness: suitable man . .- and wif^i! PKOLL & STENBERG. 873% Market. ■ >, ArvA SPLENDID paying restau- : " .'* V L'"M'. rant: principal street: near Market: • Wojdtirelv clears $150 to $200 a month: full inves- and trial given. PROLL & STENBERG, ... .-B?3i{, Market st. •• „.-,. FOR SALE THIS WEEK— POPULAR ■•" : 9yOOU. - corner cigar-store: will sell at Invoice; j "•fi-x-hires worth the money: value in sight. PROLL, '.- i STENBERG, 873% Market at. : ' '■ ••s^-|« COR. SALOON. TRANSFER POINT; ! : .■£:< •' • bis day and night trade; safe; cash-regls- ■'fcri fixtures worth money Ask.l: must sell; other ■' : ! -business. PROLL & STENBERG, 873% Market. : : • TjUijST-CLASS BILLIARD AND READING ■ -X" parlors; Europe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WOELD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver advancing again. Wheat and Barley quiet. Oats, Corn and Rye dull. Hay weak. Beans unchanged. Grain Bags firmer. Mexican Dollars firm. Hams and Bacon keep strong. Meat market unchanged. Potatoes and Onions weak. Butter continues in overstock. Cheese in ample supply. Common Eggs weaker. A car of Eastern Poultry sold. Meager receipts of Game. Oranges sold well at auction. Limes lower. Strawberries keep up. Raisins show some change. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. 1 | • 1 [ United States Department or Aoßiruir tubs. Weathkb Bubkac, Sax Fbancisco, Aprilß, 6p. m.—Synopsis and general forecast: The pressure is highest to-night along the Cali fornia coast, with a secondary of moderately high pressure in Utah and thence eastward. A trough like depression of somewhat lower pressure ex tends from Arizona northward through California into Oregon, but the pressure is generally some what below the normal throughout the Pacific Coast States. -i_ „ Ligh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Troubles Between Auctioneer George F. Lamson and . His Wife. TRIED TO COMMIT SUICIDE. Lambert Wishes to Return to Oak land— Philbrook Will Practice. The troubles of George F. Lam son and his wiie. Arrie P., who is suing the well known auctioneer for a divorce, were yen- j tilated i*i Judge Greene's court yesterday, when the application of the latter for an | increase of alimony came up for a hearing, j In support of his contention that the $10 per week which he has been paying his estranged better half was all that he could stand, Mr. Lamson filed an affidavit, in which he told of Mrs. Lamson'a peculiar eccentricities and stated that her actions during the period since their troubles be gan had so crippled his resources that he was unable to increase the amount allowed by the court. He stated that his wife had a mania for moving and that no sooner had the family been comfortably established in an abode than she began" to fret ami ask to move somewhere else. From...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 April 1895

12 PARK MUSEUM LOOTED Coins and Jewels Taken From Their Cases in Broad Daylight. NO TRACE OF THE CULPRITS. Detectives Are on the Trail, but Have Very Little to Work On. The memorial museum in the park has been despoiled of its richest jewels. It is only two weeks since Mr. M. H. de Young, on behalf of the directors of the Midwinter Fair, delivered the building and its con tents to the Park Commissioners with the words, "I hand you the key with only the request that the museum be kept open to the people every day in the year, including Sundays and holidays." Only two weeks, and yet in that short space of time robbers have managed to break through and steal, The crime was not committed in the dead of night, but between the hours of 4^ INTERIOR OF THE MEMORIAL MUSEUM, SHOWING THE CASI FROM WHICH THE JEWELS WERE ABSTRACTED. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.} and 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The actor or actors in the little play also appear to have had plenty of time, for they took just what...

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

VOLUME LXXVH.-yO- 121. NEWS OF THE COAST Shipping Is Delayed at San Diego by the Union. BOTH SIDES ARE FIRM. The Schooners Sequoia and Mary E. Russ Cannot Get Non-Union Crews. MUCH TROUBLE IS LOOKED FOR. Captain Larson Says He Will Man His Ship if He Goes Through Blood to Do It. SAN DIEGO, Cat., April 9.— The schooners Sequoia, Captain Larson, and Mary E. Rows, Captain Blorn, have been delayed in port several days fighting the demands of the Seamen's Union for $35 per month wages The Sequoia's owner is a member of the Ship-owners' Association, which is bound to pay not over $25. and Captain Larson says he will never concede to the sailors' demands. He has been try secure a non-union crew, but the agent of the sailors' union, Oscar Borlin, fcaa been successful thus far in scaring off ell non-union men. Borlin shadowed Captain Larson all day . to-day, and also posted men on every cor rer, who undid the skipper's work with the men as fast as done. Captain Larson - $30, but has not yet ...

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

2 SONOMA'S CHIEF CITY. Glimpse of Santa Rosa, the Beautiful Place of Roses. ITS VARIED INTERESTS. A Bright Gem in the Diadem of California's North western Towns. MILLIONS FROM THE FARMS. Competition In Railways and Elec trlo Ltghts-Many Thriving Industries. SANTA ROSA, Cal., April 9.— North of the Tehachapi Mountains there is but one interior town in California that can boast SOME OF THE PROGRESSIVE MEN WHO ARE IDENTIFIED WITH THE ENTERPRISE OF SANTA ROSA. [Drawn from photographs.] , of two competing railways, and that town is Santa Rosa, nestling in the heart of a land beautiful to behold and teeming with innate richness. To be sure, Santa Rosa has no claim to the distinction of situation on tidewater or navigable ways, which in sure prosperity through proximity with deep-sea shipping; but it has a beauty and a character peculiarly its own, and being the very center of a wonderfully produc tive region its commercial wealth is as- ; sured. Its products can reach sea ports . by eithe...

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

OLD WALLS GIVE WAY. Collapse of a Flimsy and Much Patched-Up Building. OTHERS DRAGGED DOWN. Several Men, Including an Aged Priest, Meet Death in the Ruins. HORRORS INCREASED BY FIRE. Terrible Havoc Wrought by a Dis aster in a Business Block of Wheeling. WHEELING, W. Va., April 9.-At 8:20 o'clock this morning the south wall of the four-story brick block of Hutchinson <fc Co., on the corner of Main street and the alley south of Twelfth, collapsed without warn ing. Next north of it was the store of Chapman & Son, who were just finishing a five-story brick block, to be used as a paint, class and building supply store, and they already had stored in it about $14,000 worth of stock and were doing business there. Hntchinson & Co. deal in hard ware, saddlery and wagon supplies, and that building was packed full oi goods. The wall on the alley first fell out, pull ing with it the partition wall between the Hutchinson and Chapman buildings. The crash of the falling buildings was te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 April 1895

4 NO REVELATION CAME. Mormon Apostles Fail to Receive Word From Above. VERY PATIENT WAITING. Interesting Testimony, How ever, Is Given by Some of the Saints. SMITH IS THEIS PEOPHET. Communications That Caused Them to Lift Up the Lamp of the Gospel. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 9.-Tbe ex pected message from heaven was not re ceived at the Mormon conference at Inde pendence to-day. President Joseph Smith Jr. spent the entire day with the twelve apostles and the dtk. - I the confer ence, momentarily expecting to hear that revelations from on high had been made. There are two vacanies among the apos tles which have existed for many years, and which cannot be filled until it is re vealed of God to Joseph Smith and the apostles who the new apostles are to be. Nothing having come after to-days long sitting revelations are not now expected at this meeting. A lively debate was occasioned in the conference this afternoon by the resolution introduced yesterday instructing the bish opric to mature p...

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