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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

SEARCHING FOR THE MURDERER'S GARMENTS. Detectives Again Busy in Emmanuel Church. CHARGED WITH MURDER. The Coroner's Jury Finds a Verdict Against Dur rant. EIS MOTHER'S INFORMATION. The Afflicted Woman Thinks She Has Strong Proof of Her Son's Innocence. Dwellers in the Mission still pass the blood-stained church on Bartlett with a mirth-dispelling shudder, and the people upon whose homes the Bhadow of the tall steeple falls would gladly si growing high where the building stands. On the subject of removal the c is divided, b'ome declare that they will never cross its threshold again. Others think that in time ali objections to using the building will be silenced. Ex visor Taber, who take? a kindly interest in the church, because some of his relatives are members of Pastor Gibson's flock, sug gests that it would oe advisable to demol ish and reconstruct the front of the edifice a;:d destroy the little library room in which Minnie Williams met her destroyer. F.< . will not at in : or...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

10 This evening the wheelmen who wit nessed the great racing events at San Jose will return more than pleased that they had the good fortune of being specta tors at one of the greatest cycling meets held west of Ihe big mountains. As will be seen In the department of wheeling, several spins in the country are booked to take place to-morrow. Sportsmen are keeping their hands and eyes in practice with a view to being well up in the race for prizes at the State Sportsmen's tournament. Anglers are happy because of the good prospects for enjoying their favorite pastime. There will be conrsing at Ocean View to-morrow, rifle shooting at Shell Mound and San Rafael ranges and handball in the courts. THE WHEEL. Wonderful Performances at San Jose— A Bene fit Will Be Given the Fabiola Hospital. All the wheelmen from this part of the State who could possibly arrange to do so journeyed to San Jose yesterday to witness the great races there given by the Garden City Cyclers, an account of which # w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

RACING AT SAN JOSE E. C. Bald Lowers the World's! Two-Mile Record to 4 Mm: '.:•. utes 15 1-5 Seconds. FIVE THOUSAND LOOKED ON. ■ The Garden City Cyclers' Meet Is a Great Success and the Track Is Very Fast. ; : - The great two days' bicycle-racing tour nament of the Garden City Cyclers was commenced yesterday at San Jose and was a grand success in every particular. No accidents happened to mar the sport, and '.the racing was all that had been expected, : some of the best riders in the world com peting and the track proving to be safe and ;•: very last. I-.:.' Fully 5000 people had assembled at the . gTounds at half-past 1 in the afternoon, when the first race was called. It was a ..gala crowd,- all out for a holiday, and their enthusiasm showed they fully enjoyed the y>ort. Bald, Ziegler," Edwards, Terriil, Wells and all the other crack riders were c-lieejed on their appearance at the track, ■ arid they rode with a dash and vim which Showed they were all riding their best. All Vrf...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SI.MMART OF THE KABXETB, Silver lower. " Coffee weak and dull. Wheat strong and in demand. Barley easy and quiet. Oats and Corn dull. Bye weak. Hay continues soft. Beans unchanged. I Thirteen Failures last week. Coal in fair supply. Slejt. unchanged. Provisions active and firm. Hides in demand and stiff. No Change in Tallow. Hops still neglect -d. Dried Fruit unchanged. . Cbes nut. neglected and lower." Young Poultry still higher. Butter going East again. . Cheese and Eggs easy. Potatoes easy. Onions firm. : Vegetables weak. •WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Pkpaktj-EXT op Aoßicrr,. TUBE. Weather BfRKAf. Sax Fra.«cis-0, April 19. 5 Synopsis and general forecast: An extensive area bl high pressure is now situ ated off the Washington coast, from which section the pressure diminishes In all directions. This in sures a continuation of the present fair weather conditions for a considerable period. A light shower of rain occurred last night, which ceased this m...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS The Reliance Club Wheelmen to Oppose the Bicycle Tax. WILLING TO CONTRIBUTE. The Railroad Company Files a Statement With Assessor Dalton. The Reliance Athletic Club, one of the heeling organizations in the I the initiative against the ■ted taxation of bicycles in Oakland, and v :in aggressive fight until the - either beaten or passed by the ■ ouncil. At the meeting held on Thursday even commiltee consisting of J. A. Young, J . E. Whitney and R. J. Boyer was ap pointed to see the members of the Council and protest against the passage of the or dinance. It was stated at the meeting that there Would be little difficulty in suppressing the obnoxious order, as the Mayor, City At torney and several members of the Council had intimated that they would not countenance it should it be made plain that the wheelmen, as a body, were op to it. ••It goes without saying," said R. J. Boyer, "that the wheelmen are opposed to ordinance almost to a man. In the first place, it is un...

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

14 HOME PRODUCTS DESIRED Work of the Manufacturers' Association Brings Good Returns. CONTRACTS ARE HELD HERE. The Interior Asked to Co-operate Jn the Upbuilding of California's Industries. California manufacturers are being pro tected. The Manufacturers' and Producers' Association has accomplished wonders since the organization was formed. One of the greatest feats to its credit so far is the holding of the contract for the iron to be used in the erection of the Parrott build ing on the Pacific Coast. , At the meeting of the board of directors in the Mills building yesterday it was stated that the agent of the Eastern firm who has been here looking after the con tract had departed, and that the material would be supplied by the Pacific Coast foundries. Vice-President W. P. Bowers occupied the chair. The directors wore represented by E. C. Williams, A. McLaughlin, G. W. Snyders. Julian Sonntag, M. McGUynn, K. S. Moore and James Sproule. The balance of the board were visiting the sout...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

: • ' BCSIXESS cHA £ISSSI. ~. : Tr r FT^N^FTr~Yo'u^OUT AT SHORT NO- J ** tice; try us. PBQLL, ST£NBERG _ CO. j 873^4, Market st. . .„ n~ /\ — cA««vLf THIS WEEK: POPULAR Sfi^vSlllllsSg . •■ trade. PP.OLL- STE.NS-S'-r. S.3^ 31ar>e> s.. ■■. ■ - - ■ STENB-RO^ST.^ Market s ~_ . SAFE IN- •- ' Q 9; r )0 well : scood OTportnnttT '• :&-££* ££ i-SOLL-- STENBERG, 873^ : '. Slarket st. ■': "Ho - A HOME RESTAURANT, BRANCH ■ i^OOU. takerv.coar.-cted: test location near . ■ Si«^fM_t-*WC_B_ * I**O «2Oda:lv: pavinz la- • :gj^^fP-OLJ- - STENBERG, S73V» Market. . : •' -^T^.v <i. LOON" AND BOWLING ALLEY; -;'• •'"N,")OU. fcisw'ine trade: lunch: musts^U: leav- . ; \ £ z cltr PR"OLL _ STENBE3G. S73^ Market. : ■ f-OR - VLE OR EXCHANGE— RESTAURANT; ■• . _r t^r- location: must se.'l. account sickness: price •• '■ iicV/'PROt—. _ STENBERG, S73Lj Market s_ '■ '. _»'"AA SALOON: PAYING WELL: SACRI- fije acojun: cf other basiness: splendid '•: 'l*_tion: big bsrsai-. PROLL _ STENBEKG. ■';. $~3 r -2 M_r...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

16 REPLIES TO STILWELL Engineer Holmes' Explanation as to the Detective's Report. HIS VIEWS OF MOORE'S STORY. Numerous Details Given In His Communication to the Grand Jury. Following is the full text of the answer made by Engineer Howard C. Holmes to the criticism passed on him by Detective Stilwell iv a recent communication to the Grand Jury: To the Grand Jury of the City and County of San Francisco— Gektlkmkn: In answering the accusation contained in the anonymous letter of Mr. A. S. Moore and the report of Detective Stilwell I desire to submit the following, and will endeavor to answer the statements in the order that they appear in the report submitted to your honorable body: First— The people of the State of California Were asked to vote on the issuance of and sale of State bonds to the extent oi 8600,000 by act of Legislature approved March IT, 1891, one and a half years before I was appointed engi neer of the'state Board of Harbor Commission ers; the estimate of the amount re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

YOLI3IE LXXVII.-NO. 132. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Fatal Cutting Affray at the Anthony House Postoffice. LOSS OF TWO VESSELS. Improvements in the Russian River and Dry Creek Valleys. SHIPMENTS OF SONOMA WINE. 6ulclde of a Farmer Near Corning. The Arroyo Grande Robber Sentenced. GRASS VALLEY. Cal.. April 20.-A messenger who i brings particu lars of a Anthony House Postoffi. t L Peter Bayne's mother had been engaged to work for Mr.-. Glover, th- ness. Some tride dis pleased her, an i 1 an obi-- Louis Atwocd, who act**i as clerk 1. Glover, inquire-: ' Uayne the cause of the trouble, and made some joking re mark. Mrs. Bayne went home and told her son, Peter Bayne. that Atwood had insulted her. Bayne immediately went to the Postoffice and attacked Atwood with a knife. The weapon was plunged into At wood's body over the heart, making a four- Inch gash. "When the messenger left the scene of the affray the wounded man was «iil alive, but he cannot recover. Bayne is 16 years of age and formerly liv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

2 SANTA CLARA FRUIT Nearly All of the Last Season's Crop Has Been Sold. THOMAS C. GEORGE DIES. The Noted Educator Passes Away After a Two Years' Illness. • TROUBLE OF AN INTERPRETER. Arthur Spencer Held to Answer for Perjury— A Meeting of the San Jose Grange. SAX JOSE, Cat.., April 20.— 1n an inter view to-day Colonel Philo Hersey, presi dent of the Santa Clara County Fruit Exchange, said: "The fruit in the warehouse will soon be cleared up, only about thirty-five carloads of dried fruit, the bulk of which is prunes, remaining on hand. The apricots have all been sold and there is a good demand for them. About one and a half carloads of peaches still remain, but they will be en tirely exhausted by small orders in the next two weeks. "This week the Exchange shipped one carload of dried prunes to Omaha and an other to St. Paul, and one carload of dried peaches to Chicago. The demand for prunes is very good. There is a prospect or a heavy crop of prunes, but the peach fCrop will be ligh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

MEETING THE ISSUE Senator Blackburn Out as a Champion of Silver. DEFI TO HIS OPPONENTS. Favors Opening the Mints to the Unl.mited Coinage of the White Metal. ALWAYS FOR BIMETALLISM. This Government, Says the Ken tucklan, Should Not Walt for Any Conference. LOUISV.ILLE, Ky., April 20.— 1n an in terview published in to-day's Courier- Journal Senator Blackburn in unmistak able terms outlines his position on the silver question and. boldly throws down the gaunt-let to his opponents for similar candor on the same subject. With his usual aggressiveness the Senator almost dares his opponents to meet him on the issue he represents, and it may be assumed the issue will be promptly accepted. Senator Blackburn has written witn his own hand the statement of the position on which he expects to stand or fall in the Senatorial race. He declares his position as follows : "If I have heretofore shown no disposi tion to be interviewed by the daily papers of this city, it has not been because of my pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

4 WALLER IS IN FRANCE Arrival of the Deported American Citizen at Marseilles. SENT FROM MADAGASCAR Tried as a Spy and Sentenced to Twenty Years' Im prisonment. FRANCE TO BE CALLED DOWN. Friends of the Ex-Consul Will Cause a Thorough Investigation of the Case. MARSEILLES, France, April 20.— The steamship Djemmah, from the island of Madagascar, has arrived here, having on board John L. Waller, formerly United States Consul at Tamatave. who was re cently tried by court-martial and sen tenced to twenty years' imprisonment on the charge of having been a spy in the in terest of the Hovas. WASHINGTON, IX C, April 20.— While the action of the French Government will only add to the amount of indemnity it will be called upon to pay, should Mr. Waller's friends show the charge upon which he was sentenced is baseless, it will still facilitate the efforts of the State Department to fully develop the facts in the case, as it can now communicate directly with I'nited States Embassador Eustis in st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

HALE RECHOSEN WARDEN The Friendly Effort in Behalf of Senator Seymour Failed. FITZGERALD SUCCEEDS IVORY. Co-Operatlon of the Board Asked by the Good Roads Bureau. Hale was re-elected W arden at San Quen tin yesterday by the Board of Prison Di- s, and Senator Seymour of San Bcr- no will have to wait for the political 9 hich Governor Budd promised him. A Vi arden should have been elected at San Quentin at the March meeting of the rs. That no >uch election took place was due to the fact that Governor Budd asked for a postponement, for the purpose of giving him time to investigate the affairs of the institution. A showinsr of extravagant management was to be maile and Seymour elected to succeed Hale. It looked easy enough. The original plan was to throw out Hayes, DePne and Ivory, giving their places to Democrats, and thus msuringthe election of a Democratic Warden. When this was abandoned for obvious reasons. with the exception of Director Ivory, the Seymour boom took delinite form ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

6 A BLOODY SHOE IS FOUND IN THE CHURCH It Was in the Study and Belongs to the Pastor. HOW IT IS EXPLAINED. The Pastor Offered to See Durrant, but Was Not Welcomed. HE IS STILL WILLING TO GO. Important Information Received by the Prisoner's Mother—Dick inson's View. One week has passed since Emmanuel Church received a baptism of blood, and the names of the unfortunate maidens who vrere murdered within its walls were her alded to the civilized world. Interest in the rase is almost as strong as ever. Curiosi ty seekers throng the sunny thoroughfare 3n front of the crime-haunted edifice, and "women vainly appeal for admittance to the policeman who guards the door. Not one of these women would pass an hour •lone after dark in that church for Hunt ington's fortune. The policeman, who is supposed to be made of sterner stuff, passes the hours of his vigil in a room remote from the gory chamber in which Minnie "Williams was strangled and butchered. The police are, metaphorically speaking, tu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

Site> , gags*** 61 ? SUNDAY.., APRIL 21. 1895 CITY NEWS Iff BRIEF. There were 112 deaths In the city last week. The steamer Australia arrived from Honolulu yesterday. W. W de Winton was convicted of arson yes terday in Judge Wallace's court. The n pillar Friday criminal list was disposed of in tne Superior four: yesterday. Tho Oharch-street Club may ask for a writ of mandate on the railroad franchise. The Monterey was sighted by theCityof Syd ney off Cape St. Lucas Bpeeding to Corinto. Tlii' Aim:;" on of Toland Medical College elected officers for the ensuing year. Dr. Traverse, skin diseases; superfioua ha: removed by electricity. 1170 Market street." Alfred L&rsen, a native of Denmark, was ad . to citizenship by Judge Bahrs yester day. Michael Welsh has sued the Girls' Directory ">, which he said he paid for a home for life. The ship Glory ot the Seas finally succeeded intoning to .---h yesterday with a* non-union crew. Warden Hale was re-elected to his office of Warden ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

8 LANDS OF THE STATE Past, Present and Prospective Values of Country Realty. OPPORTUNITY FOR SETTLERS. Profits of the Orchard, Vineyard and Field— Dried and Canned Fruit Exports. Knowledge of California, and the bene fits to be enjoyed hero, have excited wide interest and are causing many persons to look in this direction. But something more than general information is requisite before the man of family, with only a mod erate amount of money, feels warranted in breaking up his home to come west, where conditions are quite new and altogether different. People, as a rule, before letting go the surroundings and occupations into which they have grown, and with which they are familiar, endeavor to settle on Borne definite plan to be taken up on reaching the new section of country to which they are drawn. Boch plan can be intelligently made only after special and practical information has beenobtained. In seeking a home in a different country, among new people, surrounded by new condition...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

CRITICISM BY AUTHORITY. Representative Artists' Opin ions on the Spring Exhibition. GENERAL VERDICT FAVORABLE. Some of the Pictures Faulty, but the Collection Is Credit able. Criticism of art by artists must of neces sity be prejudged as valuable in ascertain ing the actual standard of any exhibition of art work. There follow two criticismsas different in their styles as in their lines of work. The mean "line should be a fair and correct valuation of the pictures i exhibition at the Mark Hopkins Institute, where the spring exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association is being held. Frederic M. Vermorcken has already achieved high reputation a3 a portrait painter. Some of his pictures now on view at the exhibition were "lined" by the Now York National Academy of Design and the Philadelphia Art Club. It follows that not only because he is a recognized artist of ability, but because he has been in San Francisco but a few months and holds ssarily impartial views, that his criti cism ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

10 OUT AT THE RACETRACK. Don Carillo Had an Easy Time Taking the Conso lation Stakes. A BAD DAY TOR FAVORITES. McLight Downed Thornhll], the Hot Favorite, for the Handicap. J. O'C was played by the insiders that were aware of his fairly pood work out. After anything but an easy race Friday, the owner of Miss Ruth was very unwise in start ing the good filly in the race yesterday. By the way he backed Meteor, Billy Beverley must have caused a compound fracture of the bettin? ring. Why was Ferris Hartman so favored in the betting ring for the place and his stable com panion quoted at twos for that position? Hart man could not have beaten bis my Into the Tivoli yesterday. After the handicap, Felix Carr, who rode Mclight, said that he had Thornhill beaten ge of the journey. Chevalier thinks that had Trix not been Interfered with twice he would have finished in front. He certainly was a very strong horse as they passed the judgi Ed Purser bet several hundred dollars on Thornhill. After th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

READY FOR THE NATIVES and Will Be Turned Over to the Young Cali fornians. HE WELCOME TO VISITORS. Stores Will Close for the Fabiola Fete — Yacht Season Opened. OAKLAND.— To-morrow Mayor Darie -n the city over to the Native Sons . y will remain in undisputed posses • r several days. . CFfand Marshal T. P. Robinson. on whom I the work of arranging brationhaa devolved, has been • ing hard for sometime and managed V;'t.owork the people up to such a pitch of i hat while the natives are as kland will take on the appear •- Fiesta. • ~t plan is to induce the Board of ; ion to declare Tuesday next a gen • ej4l. holiday for all the schools to give the ' -children a chance to participate in the festivities. With this object in view the iollowinc letter was sent to J. W. Fvans, president of the board, yesterday : Dear Sir: We, as natives of this glorious fixate, do hereby appeal to yon, as a father of some of our noble native sons and daughters, to interest yourself in the progress of this our ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

12 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco C a __— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every nipht in th^ year. BRANCH OFFICES— SBO .Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:HO o'clock. 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street, open until 9:^o o'clock. SW. ooroer 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. *• CHI NOTICES ;^__^ JP^"p_'v MPriil' I REG A TION A L &3? Church,* Post St.. between Buchanan and Webster-Rev W. D. Williams, D.D., pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and; 7:30 p. m. Sunday- schools 9 ? :30 am. and 12:30 noon. Prof. Lloyd's Bible Class at 12:30 noon. Christian J-.ndeavor, 6-30 p.M.-Praver meeting, Wednesdays, 7:80 p. _-• Jlornlng sermon, -Christ's Life In Our Life." Even- ing lecture. "The Presbyterian Church," the founh In a series, "Half Hours with Seven Churches." Everybody invited. S^."~FIIiSl r BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST....

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