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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

SUNDAY APRIL 14, 1896 CITY NEWS IN BEIEP. Nearly $3,000,000 has been subscribed to the Valley railway. The valley road directors will purchase rall ron<l ties on Monday. The churches to-day will observe Easter with special musical services. Rev. Father Bradey. the Paulist priest, died yesterday at St. Mary's Hospital. Roper of Stanford broke the two-mile bicycle time at the Olympic Club grounds. The Fire Commissioners held their usual weekly meeting yesterday afternoon. The British ships Lord Spencer and Metropo lis, which left port last week, are racing to Liverpool. The spur track to Golden Gate Park is used by the Southern Pacific Company for hauling coal to power-houses near the park. The wills of Ellen Gallncher, P. G. Fabetie, D Callaghan, Edward Martin and Caroline Meier were filed for probate yesterday. Senator Stephen B. Elkins, at a dinner given him last night at the Union Club, snM: "I'm for the Nicaragua Canal first, last and all the time." The University of Californi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

8 GLORY OF THE LILIES All Denominations Preparing to Observe the Easter Festival. SPECIAL MUSICAL SERVICES. Many Choirs Will Be Assisted by Stringed and Wind Instru ments. ' To-day the churches celebrate the great est holiday of the Christian year. The Bomber crape which in tne Catholic and many of the Episcopal churches was used as a symbol of mourning on Good Friday has been thrown aside for Easter lilies, and the penitential psalms of Lent are re placed by the triumphant anthem, "He Is liisen." Of all seasons in the year Easter is the one that offers most opportunities for beautiful sacred music, and nearly every church in the city has prepared a special programme to celebrate the festival. The Easter decorations this year are also elab orate and beautiful. WITH BEAUTIFUL MUSIC. How Easter Will Be Celebrated in Catholic Churches. Man-? Cathedral, on Van Ness ave nue, is such an elaborate building that detailed decoration would be superfluous. The sanctuary, however, is adorned wi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

SPRING ART EXHIBITION. Sketches of Some Representa tive Pictures to Be Shown. ELECTION OF THE JURY. Everything Considered, This Year's : Work Shows Marked Im .-.'.;.■■• provement. f The jury and hanging committee of the San Francisco Art Association were elected yesterday, and there is no doubt that all ALAMEDA SANDDTJNES. [From an original sketch made for the "Call " by Amedee Joullin.] >yill be in readiness when the opening day .Comes around next Thursday. . '••■■;■.•■ Under the recent action of the associa iien, the jury and hanging committee were merged into one body, to be composed of *. instead of nine artists, as heretofore. ;:^6is plan went astray through the fact •>'•!.':.:>; £;-* - V- The Day After. ■:. : \Frnj* an -original sketch ma^f for the "Call" by •'..;.;;;. • Mi*« Selina Newman.] . that there was a tie in the votes sent in, ■ /an<i'. now the jury stands six— an even number— instead of the five, as originally • .intended. :| :';.-THey- are: L. P. Latimer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

10 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cai-l— HO Market street, open until 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S2S Montgomery street, Open until 11 o'clock. 839 Hayes street, open until fl:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street, 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 0:SO o'clock. CHUIICH NOTICES. V^S> TRINITY CHURCH, cor. BUSH AND X— ' Cough sts.— Rev. George Edward Walk, rector. Easter day. Holy communion at 8 a.m. At 11 a.m.: Processional, "Jesus Christ is Risen To-Day" (Worgan) ; Easter anthems, "Christ, Our Passover, Is Sacrificed for Us" (F. N. Shepperd); Te Deum and jubilate in B flat (C. VilUers Stan- ford)- hymn, •'The Strife is O'er, the Battle Done" (Palestfina): Kvrie, Credo and Gloria Tibi in 1 fStelner) • hymn", "The Day of Resurrection" (Wes- lev) • sermon by the rector; offertory from the ora- torio "The Redemption...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

CITY KKA_ ESTATE. (1 HTUMBSEN"- CO., ;■■ J . Real Estate Agents, Rent Collectors and Auctioneers, 14 Montgomery street. — Please call and obtain one of our Real Estate ■ Records, which contains a list of properties for sale In all parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. »■ • flft - - i\i > RENTS $85 PER MONTH; HOTEL " "»aSIOUU. of 22 rooms, dining-room, etc.; 3- ' story house, bay-windows, brick foundations, etc : •• located, in the Potrero, Kentucky aye.; lot ■ 25x100. "■_i»OTin CORNER ON VERMONT ST., NR. •rS'OOUU. 24th st. and Potrero aye.; 2 houses, "..' in store and 3 tenements: rents $43; lot 33:4x100. £> ' >C/it \ RENTS $42 PER MONTH; 2 SUB- fs{)O\J\}- stantial houses on Geneva st., near Brannan and 6th; street accepted: lot 25x100. ' ' _> £AAA - NICE BAY-WINDOW FLATS OF ' . t ()U''i'. 5 and 4 rooms and bath; hrick foun- •■ lons, etc; rents $45; lot 25x90; Baker st. ' CIA !\f\(\ SIXTH ST. AND MORRIS AYE.; . <j>J_U.OUV. house of 9 rooms and bath and rtar house; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

12 COUNTKY REAL ESTATE. /^•OLONY LANDS, IN TRACTS OF 4000 TO \J 100.000 acres; adjacent to rail and water trans- portation; at exceptionally low prices; and moder- ate priced bay county homes a specialty. C X ACRES, THE LATE COUNTRY HOME OF 00 a deceased gentleman, the choice of the Rus- sian River Valiey, 3 hours from this city, adjoining depot; 32 acres full-bearing fruit and vines ;modern 9-room, ■ hard-finished boost, and first-cluss farm buildings; a beautiful place that cost 49000 before fruit or vines were planted, is now offered by the administrator for the low price of $5500, half cash. T OVELY PLACE OF 19 ACRES. SUITABLE JL_ for summer residence or poultry ranch ; one of the finest views In the State; $1000 cash. 00 ACRES; 30 MINUTES FROM DEPOT: 40 J.— miles out: 11 acres fruit and vines: 7 acres forest; horse, farm tools and poultry: 1500 each. mO EXCHANGE (BANK PROPERTY)- A 1 number of high-class ranches at half their value for good income city or Oakland property. \ BOV...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS The Fabiola Hospital Robbed by a Probationary Nurse. i A BABY SCALDED TO DEATH. D. M. Heagerty Arrested on a Charge ''■'■..'■■.■ of Arson — Lambert at O Liberty. '•.-.*• :In future when an application is made : to the authorities of the Fabiola Hospital for a position at the institution the ere . dentials of the candidate will be scrutin ized with extraordinary care, and the ref erences must be of an unimpeachable char acter before the applicant is admitted to the sanitarium, this state of affairs was brought about by a recent and very un pleasant experience, which for a time threatened to disrupt the institution. About a month ago the directory of the hospital, which is composed of ladies prom inent in social and charitable circles, was horrified to learn that a thief was being harbored in the building and that, despite the close watch which had been kept, no clew to the guilty party could be found. Fearful of the scandal which would arise should the matter beco...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

14 BUSINESS IS ASSURED Merchants Promise to Patron ize the San Joaquin Val- . ley Road. THE EEVISED HONOR ROLL. Vlsalia Comes Forward as if It Wanted a Railroad for Itself. The pledges of patronage to the com peting railroad are coming in by every mail and train, and the public is jubilant. The Valley Railroad is a live subject at this time. Its probable support in a busi ness way is also a subject of considerable importance. The Call's proposition of i pledges of business has met with a re sponse which insures the building of the road. Since the last publication of a roll of honor by the Call the following names have been sent in, making a total of which all the towns interested are proud : BAKEB9FIEI,D. 1... S. Koser, G. V. Hummell, C. E. Wold, C. 1". Fox, A. R. Walters, 1". K. Valentine, H. Hundnnt, A. C. Kunnay, G. \V. Hill, R. A. Brown, > If. Dorley, Ed Dorley, T. A. Wells, C L. Stanley, E. W. McCutcheon, W. H. Scribner, C. Guslay, J. W. Norboe, fc>. W. Moohn, A. C. Tible...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 1895. 15

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

16 LATEST STYLE TRAIN GOWK WITH DRAPERIBS FROM THE SHOULDER AMD A CIRCULAR CAPE WITJI YOKE AMD MEDICI COLLAR. Many hsve been the lovely eowns de signed and completed during the past six weeks, for our post- Lenten season promises to be unusualiy gay. White satin still holds its own and is very popular. One gown just tinished has a tight-titting bodice most gracefully cut, the severity of the corsage being relieved by a volant of tulle studded with silver paillettes set in at the decolletage with a band of silver paillettes, repeated below as a waistband, which is tied at the back with a large bow of white satin. One shoulder strap is of white satin fastened with a pique of violets; the other is of violets alone, and sleeves are substituted by arm lets of white satin knotted in bows, reveal ing the beautiful curves of the shoulder. A charming gown from Paris shows a full skirt of a purplish pink silk mull over a glace pink silk foundation. Around the bottom is au edging, like a ruche...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

One of Nature's Convulsions. Tty? lucent CJpb ca s a ' =• ■ SA.N .MHjUWj ISLAND, April :», lew. — It has fallen to my lot to present the : readers of the Call with the first accurate ■ and reliable account, from the testimony Of an eyewitness, of the mysterious con vulsions that have taken place at Cuylers ; Harbor on San Miguel Island, completely changing the aspect of the harbor along its : pinner shore. • ; ". It was on Monday, the 25th of March, - that passage was taken for the island of 'San Miguel on the sloop Liberty, which , had come in two days previously and lay at anchor in the harbor. The purpose of the Call correspondent had not been pub lished abroad, but a very great interest was manifested in Santa Barbara as to the personnel of the passengers booked for this trip of the little sloop. It is perhaps only fair to own that the Call correspondent went aboard the sloop in a very quiet and "unostentatious manner, and the list of the ;. -Liberty's cabin passengers only show...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

18 sit* c&n CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— «O per year by mall; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— »l.£o per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific (States Adver tising Bureau, Khlnelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. SUNDAY APRIL 14, 1895 Beho Idthe bonnets. The world is full of beauty. Easter has a blessing for all. The lily always preaches when it blows. Fashion spends money, but it makes work. There is lots of Christian comfort in hav ing style. He that giveth to the poor lendeth to posterity. The question of the day: Is my bonnet on straight? Easter means a new awakening of every thing this year. The world and the church have a mutual loveliness to-day. To people who receive none, the Easter card is a chestnut. The sunshine of California is as whole some as her wii The mirror of society casts lovely reflec tions this morning. The springtime ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

Weddings. La fiesta. Friday Night Club. George T. Bromley's birthday at the Bohe mian Club. Dinner at Miss Head's school. May day fiesta in Oakland. Mrs. Rising's reception to university students. Establishment of a branch of the Little Sis ters of the I'oor. Chevalier and Mme.de Kontski's luncheon to Remenyi. Charity fete for the benefit of Armttage Or phanage on Wednesday at Mrs. Henry T. Scott's. m San Francisco Girls' Union benefit at 929 Pine. Weddings Easter week: Green-Garnett. Cannon-Peacock. Dobbins-Lloyd. McGee-Langford. Braunschweiger-Ran. Weddings are set as follows: Miss Winnie Hobart and Will F.Pitts, April 24, at Mission Dolores Church. Miss Elsie Knox and Edward B. Jennings, 21 Eleventh street, next Wednesday evening. Miss Evelyn Carolan and Mr. Timlow, at St. Luke's Church, on the 23d. Miss Sarah Haight Tompkins and Julius Burns, at Souther Farm, Saturday, the 27th, at S o'clock. Miss Elsie Holm and S. H. Love on the 22d. Miss Alice Dexter and Elliott McAllister on ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

20 The Theatres "The Girl l Left Behind Me" la about to be brought out in London. Kyrle Bellew talks of spending his vacation roughing it on a whaling vessel. Louis James and Frederick Warde have sepa- Tated, and James will star by himaeli next season. The fourth annual 'entertainment of the Stu dents' German Literary and Dramatic Club of the University of California will take place at Union-square Hall on the 2'Jd inst. Charles Coghlan has joined forces with his sifter Rose. Their compaay la a strong one, but Mrs Charles Coghlan (Kuhne Beverid.se) is not mentioned in the list of performers. Alpnonae Daudot has agreed to dramatize his latest novel. -'La Petite Paroisse," for the Paris Gymnase. It Is to be ready for delivery a year hence. Jane Hading will create the leading role. Mme. Rejane, it is said, did not attend the professional matinee of the English version of Mme. Sans Gene, because she did noi wish to red to death, as she feared Bhe would be, .pie asking her how she liked ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

For the new Boulevard There is a present gratifying promise that the spirit of life and progress which has so thoroughly been awakened in San Francisco, in common with the rest of the t^tate. is to make the city grow in beauty BS well as in prosperity. The agitation in favor of new boulevards for which San Francisco has greater natural opportunities than any other city on earth, and which more than any other feature might give it world-wide fume, has been steadily growing for several weeks. So many progressive men of influence have already enlisted in favor of the large and early development of these opportuni , it it appears certain that definite - tn the direction of boulevard build ing will be begun soon. The superb project of building a broad 50-mile driveway from Golden Gate Park to San Jose, which arose in San MateoCounty - recently, began the boulevard agitation. That idea was taken op soon in this city by a few progressive men, and the possi bility of this city's doing its s...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

22 In Chilhoods Realm Easter Lilies. Lilies, Easter lilies, Standing Id the sun, Swinging fragrant censers When the day is done. lilies, Snowy lilies. Keeping hearts of gold. Would yon to a mortal Secrets sweet uufoldT Lilies, Dreamy lilies, Is your gleaming white Belie <>! December And of Christmas bright? Lilies. Spotless lilies. Is your radiant gleam Just a touch of sunshine, Or & heavenly beam? Lilies, . . . .. . Christ-like lilies, Be my life like thine. Heart of '. gold and sunshine, Perfume sweet and fine. Lilies. Holy lilies, ' Springing from the sod, Growing toward his heaven, Looking unto God. x. A. M. Rob. liiterature for Children. "Give me the training of a child until his sixth year,'" says a French philosopher, who has studied children as men follow science, " and I care not who teaches him thereafter." The books written for men and women ! are weighed, measured and endlessly dis- i coursed upon by the critics. He is indeed a wise man, and a great one, who ca...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

FORT FRAYNE CHAPTER IV. All this was but part and parcel of the of the old Wyoming fort. Long years had it served as refuge and resting •jilaee for the emigrants in the days before the Union Pacific was built, when the over land stage route followed the Platte to the Sweetwater, and then past the Devils Gate and Independence Rock— old landmark? of the Mormons— and on to the backbone of the continent, where the mountain streams, springing from rocky beds not long pistol-shot apart, flowed rippling away, the one to the Missouri and the Gulf -of Mexico, the other to the Colorado and that of California. Frayne was but a huge stockade in the early days of the civil war, but the Government found it important Srom a strategical point of view, even after the railway spanned the Rockies, and the emigrant and settler no longer trudged the weary trail that, bordering the Sioux country, became speedily a road of fire and blood, second only in its terrors to the Smoky Hill route through '-bleedi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

24 Recollections of Lincoln jasjjascpty^cdill ki)cwl)ifi)» About noon of a spring day in 1855 the I office of the Chicago Tribune was invaded ; by a singular apparition. The editorial es tabiishment consisted at that time of a sin gle, long room on the third floor of the "Evans Block," a building called after Dr. Evans, who also gave his name to the now , famous town of Evanston. It stood on a ; part of the ground now covered by the sky scraping Ashland block, and from the cdi- | torial windows "the force" looked out upon the quagmire called Clark street, wherein, ■ as a frequent diversion from their labors, they might see a hapless wagon sunk hub deep in the mud, over which the driver facetious in misfortune, had set the legend: j : NO BOTTOM HERE. : The "force" was grouped about a single long table in the center of the room, the j editor-in-chief at one end, the proofreader ' at the other, and in the interval the re- j porters, minor editors and "specials" — ', there were not many...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD Si MMAUV OF THE MARKETS. red. Shipment of ?47'_',944 to China. Bank clearings lose $2,800,000. and Barley quiet. receipts of Oats. . i' stocks of Corn. Rye dull. Hay oO cents lower. i;r;'.n and Middlings unchanged. - weak and quiet. Huh s.-u-tive and !ir:n. IV. e'.ve failures last week. Livestock market looking up. Shipment of sheep to Chicago. I. tie cleaned out of Nevada. ■ tirm. Limes neglected. la ..>:,! Peas sold better. Potatoes and Onions unchanged. Cheese and Eggs weak. Poultry and Game dull. I nr?rer arrivals of Strawberries. : ruit quiet. Another rise in Coal Oil and Gasoline. WKATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Aobicci^ TtTKB. WEATHKB BCRKAU. RAN FRAVOISCO, April 13. 5 p. m.— Synopsis and general forecast: The barometric depression which was central last night in Oregon has moved eastward into Mon tana with a trough-like depression extending into ■ Arizona. Light rain has fallen to the west of this • depression, extending from Centra...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

26 BOUND FOR THE FIESTA Half- Million Club Excursion Leaves on Its Mission To-Morrow. EVERY DETAIL COMPLETE. The Whole State Is Enthusiastic Over Movement for a United California. To-morrow will be memorable in the history of California as the day upon which* the great movement for a united and harmonious commonwealth took prac tical shape and form. To-morrow, Mon day, Apriljlo, at 3 P. M., the Half-million Club will drive its first train from the bay •city toward the orange land and the fiesta. The northern and central counties will .^oin hands with the southern counties amid common expressions of joyous good •will. In the series of excursions that will follow the inaugural trip to-morrow, the people of every section of the State will be given a royal opportunity of becoming ac quainted with the people and the resources of every other section. The people are enthusiastic from one end of California to the other. Chairman D. M. Carman of the transportation com mittee of the Half-mill...

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