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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

ran**.® I**1 ** tIOSPAY T^j----*****™^ CITY NEWS H BEIEP. The Lincoln Gun Club has elected officers for the ensuing year. The Bahvin Theater will be closed to-day and will remain so until May LS. „tve performances will be given in the several theater, this evening. „ q Hir^t preached last night on the law of life and tie duty of man. The Kock-cod Fishing Club had an enjoyable fishing trip on the bay yesterday. Photographers and policemen attended Em tnanu- arch yesterday. The Cross-coantry <"!ub returned last even- Ing from a tramp in Marin County. A bicycle club has been organized in Red wood City, and a new track is being built. The Yor.r.g Nob Hills defeated the Sansome- Btreet I yesterday by a Bcore of 17 to 9. The weather to-day will be fair and probably cooler, with fog at night and fresh westerly \ Key. Alfred Williams Momene, the noted Ine, is stopping in this ..itytempo- There was an unusually large crowd of seekers in Golden Gate Park yes- inservatory In Golden Gate Par...

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. — 22 April 1895

8 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUBINEBS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cai.i^ -710 M.-.rkct street, open unfil 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES- 530 Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock. 839 Hayes street, open until 0::<0 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 9:30 o'clock. NOTICE OF ! : _________ SS^CING~SOLOMON'S LODGE, NO. __ ufst 7 260, F. and A. M., corner (-eary and «* Stelner stc— Called meeting THIS (MON-^^ DAY) EVENING at 7 : 30 o'clock for second /^r \ decree. By order of the Master. ° ' HARRY BAEHR, Secretary. fi-r_S» OCCIDENTAL LODGE, No. 22, F _T~ Sfc^ and A. M., will meet Tills iMoN- JV_ DAY) EVENING, 7:30 o'clock. Third de-^^ gree. By orderof gr^y orderof the w. M. .^^ Ptr~= SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER NO. __ _—^ 1, Royal Arch Masons, meets THIS Ik EVENING. P.M. degree. >§L__?\ H. G. PRINCE, Se...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

' CITY REAL ESTATK. TTIOR^SALE^^LoFTTT'x'sb. XOE GARDEX X Homestead Union: also one Ibox3o, College .-. Homestead Association, San Bruno. Owner, 244 Seventh st., San Francisco. ~CI» 1 AAA MASONS NEAR UNION, 3 «_ IO.UUU. 2-story modern residences ; each 8 nTnms. ba-h: rented low a. $90; 80x . B t" a^ev. !f4sOO— T^narv near Sle:i!or: 2-story baj -window, 7 rooms and bath: 22:6i87:6; rent s^e. 4 S 55250-Paciflc i .<-. ■ !«« More, 4 rooms, cellar and 8 rooms and bath above; rent $50; v house of 5 rooms and bath on 10th ear' Point I Jsx 100; easy terms ,oc: ; ,us,H,s^i ; s:, ; ..n i; ., ; , :Vr rv,,,r i sMeby 603 C-_for_- st. V»T rrf\f\ HOUSE B KOOMS~:"BARX. ETC., S 1 00. in Berkeley: lot 100x100, with creek. J*5250-House, 7 rooms; line corner; l'_'o.\l3s, • * $1000*— Fine corner; 40x100; macadamized ; sloo a cHAs!A 0) I!\liKV, 46 Market st., or Berkeley station. Berkeley. ""COR SALE— NKW COTTAGE 5 ROOMS AND JD b\th- high baspment; part cash: owner on premises Sunday. Plymouth nve., H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

10 SAVED FROM DROWNING Narrow Escape of William S. Ballard and E. A. Crennan. IN THE BAY OFF LIME POINT. Their Boat Was Upset by a Squall. Rescued by Four Young Men. William S. Ballard of 113 Larfein stieet and E. A. Crenann, who is in a real estate oilice in the Mills building, had a narrow escape from being drowned in the bay off | Lime Point yesterday about 11 o'clock. Their boat was overturned by a squall about a mile from the shore, and had it not been for the heroic efforts of John J. Gormley, Charles "Wedde and \V. F. and H. Koch, the two young men would have i been washed from the boat and perished miserably before other help could have ar tired. Aa it was Ballard was about to give i up the struggle for life when the rescuers j PLEASURE-SEEKERS RESCUED FROM DROWNING OFF LIME POINT. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] reached him. There was a third party in the boat, a fisherman named Mike, but he was in no great danger, as he sectired a comparatively safe position astride of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVH.-NO. 134. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. An Eastern Colony to Settle on San Juan Grant. SMALLPOX AT NOGALES. Plans for a New Railroad From Pendleton to San Fran cisco. VISALIA EMBEZZLING CASE. A Beet-Sugar Plant to Be Erected Near Anaheim— Accident at Seattle. (■ACRAMENTO, Cal., April 22.—Nego tiations have been completed for the pur chase of the land known as the San Juan arrant, lying south of Orange vale, north of the American River and east of Rancho del Paso, by a Chicapo syndicate for col onization purposes, and a party of intend ing settlers will be formed at once in the East. The first party is expected to arrive in Sacramento on the 30th. The portion of land purchastd consists of 7000 acres, and the whole tract will be thoroughly irrigated. FROM PEXDLETO-V SOUTH. ■4 Proposed Sew Railroad With San JFran- ciscn as a Terminal. FENDLETON, Ob., April 22.— An official of the Washington and Columbia River Railway Company is authority for the statement that that company contempla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

2 FAIR HALFMOON BAY. A Pretty Suburb That Opposes the Boule vard. IT IS NOT IN ITS INTEREST The People Want a Coast Rail road Down to Santa Cruz. VIEWS OF LEADING CITIZENS. The Silurians of San Mateo Counted Upon to Fight Against Bonding. HALFMOON BAY, Cat.., April 22.— The people of Ualfmoon Bay and all along the coast line of San Mateo County are a solid phalanx in opposition to the boulevard proposed to be built on the ea*t side of the county. One of the oldest residents, a gentleman who has been thirty-live years in Halfmoon Bay, said to a Call represen tive in substance: "The boulevard ques tion now agitating the county if carried through would be a great detriment to us all, and especially to the coast side. It would be morally wrong and totally unfair to tax the western portion for a road which would not run within fifteen miles of up. Why ? For the simple reason that it would naturally divert and draw all the traffic to the San Mateo side, and would not benefit Halfmoon Bay ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

HUNTINGTON IS HELD. He Is Placed Under Ar rest in New York City. STONE'S PASS THE CAUSE. Says He Does Not Know Any thing About the Gift to the Complainant. HE THINKS IT IS REVENGE The Indictment Spread on the Min utes of the Gourt by Judge Morrow's Order. NEW YORK. N. V.. April 22.— Collis P. Huntington, president of the Southern Pacific Railway, was arrested to-day on the charge of giving a free pass to one Frank Stone in violation of the interstate commerce law. President Huntington was arraigned be fore United States Commissioner Shields. He was represented by Frederick R. Cou dert. Huntington admitted his identity. He was taken before Judge Brown of the United States District Court for warrant of removal to California. The indictment against Huntington was found on March 33 in San Francisco, a cer tified copy of which was sent to United States District Attorney McFarlane. who notified the railroad president to :r before the United States Commissioner and furnish bonds. When Hunt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

4 THAT EXTRA SESSION Pressure Is Brought to Bear Upon the Presi dent. FAVORED BY DEMOCRATS. They Wish to Redeem Their Party While There Is Yet Time. ___— —— MUST DECLARE FOR SILVER. Urged On to Action by the Growth of Sentiment in Favor of the White Metal. "WASHINGTON. D. C, April 22.— Great pressure is again brought to bear on Presi dent Cleveland toward securing an extra session of Congress. These attempts have occurred spasmodically ever since adjourn ment, but now there is a steady pressure, coupled with a unanimity of purpose by the Democrats. When Congress adjourned, less than eight weeks ago, the preponderance of opin ion among Democratic leaders throughout the country was adverse to calling an extra session. Tne argument was ad vanced that such action would not only proclaim, but practically acknowledge the utter incompetency of the Fifty-third Congress and its virtual incapacity to enact financial legislation. It was then believed that a special convening of Con press would...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

BLOOD-STAINED COST FOUND IN BERKELEY. The Garment Supposed! to Be Theo Dur rant's. STORY OF THE 'FINDING Another Witness Appears Against the Suspected Student. SAW HIM NEAK THE CHURCH. It Was S:ls O'clock the Night of the Second Murder— A Girl With Him. The links in the chain of circumstantial evidence against Theodore Durrant are j becoming stronger. Sunday three young ladies appeared before the Chief of Police ami identified Durrant as the man seen by them near Emmanuel Church at B:16 o'clock the nijrht of the Williams murder. Last evening a man went to Chief Crowley and identified Durrant as the man he had seen with a young lady aim front of the church at 8:15 o'clock on the fatal evening. And, more important than this, a Berke ley constable has found a lady with whom, he says, Durrant left a coat shortly after Blanche Lament's disappearance. The coat, it is said, was wrapped up, and when the lady opened the bundle yester ay she found that the garment was spotted with blood. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

6 — f& flf ■ CHARLES M. SHORTRIDOE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i DAILY CALL— *G per year by mail iby carrier, 15c fcer week. SUNDAY CALL— U per year. "WEEKLY CALL— *I.OO per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL. (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Khinelander building, Roae and Duane streets, New York. TUESDAY APRIL 23, 1895 Bond the City and pay its debts. Crime comes and goes, but virtue stays •with us. Impeach the traitors in the Board of Su pervisors. Treachery to party means dishonesty to the people. Time will improve you if you improve your time. The dignity of train robbery is degraded "by the robbing of streetcars. The best way to help everybody's bnsi feess is to attend to your own. Local development that waits for out side capital will wait a long time. People who brood over horrible murders fere courting suicide or the asylum. The healthy mind is that which is able to force its thought into healthy channels. It is righ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

TUESDAY APRIL 23, 1895 CITY NEWS Iff BBIEF. Fair, cloudy and cooler to-day. For condensed city news read the seventh page of ihe Call. The Traffic Association decided yesterday to continue its work. Brief city items are to be found on this page of the Cai.i. every day. The valley road directors approved the lease of China Bas-in yesterday. Local items, bright and brief, can be found on this page of the Call every day. The Imperial Club has matched King and Peppers to fight at Colnia nextmontn. There will be swimming and boxing tourna hold at the Olympic Club in May. Professor Herron addressed the Presbyterian ministers yesterday upon "Social Regenera tion." Railroad time-tables are published in the Cam. free of charge for the convenience of the public. Time-tables of the railroad companies are published in the Call for the accommodation of readers. Champion Riordan has accepted the chal lenge issued by Harlow to play a match game of handball. " Oakland was given over to the Native S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

8 THE RAW SUPERVISORS Rough Politics at the City Hall by the Solid Eight. GOOD OFFICERS DEPOSED. Their Places Filled by Men Who Are Incompetent or Worse. THE MAYOR'S VETO DEFEATED. The San Joaquin Road Petitions for Right of Way Into the City. The ax of the solid eight of the Board of Supervisors was swung yesterday, and eeven official heads fell in the basket. The movement was switt and effective, and the meeting of the municipal fathers adjourned amidst confusion. There was a good deal of excitement, some serious accusations of the corrupt use of power thrown out and an exchange of caustic insinuations be tween the rival factions after the members had vacated the chamber. The question of removals came up on a motion of Supervisor King, seconded by Supervisor Wagner, and provided for the dismissal, after May 1, of certain muni cipal employes and the appointment of their successors. It was known that a nefarious combina tion had been made and that some re movals were in contemplatio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

OUT AT THE RACETRACK. Midas Showed His Competitors How to Skip Around the Ring. MT. AIR WAS A SURPRISE. Nervosa and Cypsette Gelding of the Eimwood Stock Farm Both Won. But for the poor start she got Joan would have won galloping. _ Kelson, away from the post very badly, ran a fine race. Sweet Alice apain bled slightly, which un doubtedly contributed to her defeat. Had Lulu not been interfered with in the she would probably have beaten Ner vosa. The Eimwood stock farm captured the first two races, both winners being ridden by Bob Isom. The Charlotte filly ran her race at the post. She showed plenty of speed in all of the false starts. At present Tommy Lottridge has Rear Guard iv better form than he has ever before shown in California. When Contribution is beaten in 1 :OS*i for the five and a half furlongs it is about time the old fellow's dickey legs had a rest Crescendo, the crack two-year-old, is now quartered in San Jose, where he will remain until the string of Naglee Burke star...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver higher. Continued advance In Wheat, Other cereals unchanged. Hay arrives liberally. Beans quiet. Grain Bass very firm. Red and White Lead lower. Mexican Dollars cheaper. Citrus Fruit plentiful and weak. Not many Apples left. Strawberries weaker. Cabbaee continues to rise. Asparagus, Peas and String Beans lower. Oregon Onions so.d well. Large receipts of Oregon Potatoes. Butter. Choose and Eggs weak. Poultry nominal. Hams and Bacon firm. TVEATHEK BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Aorictl- TtRK. Weather Bureau, San 1 Francisco, April 22. 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast : The warm fair weather of the past three days has continued throughout Hip State to-day, the tem perature in the interior val'oys being above ninety degrees at all stations except saor.imento, where it reached eighty-six degrees. This is the hottest day of the season, and accompanied, as it was, by a very dry atmosphere, it will cause the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS : <;^eefmen Claim That the Police Are Showing Favoritism. WILL APPEAL TO THE MAYOR. Rev. J. K. McLean Resigns From the First Congregational Church. A number of cyclists who are also mem bers of the Oakland Y. M. C. A. are pre paring a protest to Mayor Davie regarding the manner ii. which the bicycle ordinance is enforced by the Chief of Police, or some of those who act directly under his or ders. They claim that favoritism is being shown by the officers, and that men who ) ;.ivf been arrested for failing to carry lan terns have been released and their bail money returned on orders from the City Hull, while others who were apprehended about the same time and for the same offense were compelled to appear in the Police Court *nd pay their fines. J. M. Ca'quhoun, Charles D. Gooch, W, E. Rode »nd J. H. Makens, all mem bers of the Y. M. C. A., were returning from San Jose on Sunday evening when \ they were taken into custody by an officer . on a charge of violating ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

12 AS TOLD OF JENNY LIND. Years Ago When Americans Went Wild Over the Songstress. HER RECEPTION IN NEW YORK, Webster. Carried Away by Her Sing ing, Joins in the Chorus of " Hail, Columbia." The tour of Jenny Lind through America stands out still as the groat musical event in the life of the nation. Other songbirds have come and gone; they have delighted audiences and reaped rich returns in the way of applause and money. But none of them have ever rivaled Jenny Lind in the hearts of the people as they could not rival her in song. She was the queen of hearts as well as the queen of song. More than a generation has passed since she captured all America by her singing and her pure, womanly life, yet none who heard or saw her have ever forgotten the emotions of that hour. She was triumphantly above all others the human nightingale, warbling notes that rivaled those of her feathered namesake (says the Star). She had experienced a wonderful Euro pean career, such as no other had won, be fo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 April 1895

BJQBDfEBB CHANCES. TVTE CAN SELL YOU err \T SHOBTP~NO -■ M tice: try us. PROLL, STENBERG & CO., VlB Market st. QnAfk SALOON; POPULAR CORNER; IS '. •iy'\t. magnificently fitted up: business speaks for Itself : full investigation allowed: other business forces immediate sale. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. Qft^O. CORNeIr. SALOON: WESTERN AD- . I'lIU, dltion; this is a golden opportunity: '■ splendid business. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 ' -Market st. Q7HA CANDY-STORE, FACTORY: POPU- :rJP I \J\J. nlar place. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. IN ING-ROOM AT YOUR OWN PRICE; BE- ceipts $10 daily: sacrifice account sickness. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. QIC' BRANCH HAKI : WESTERNAD- *JJ.L 1 1), dition; steady business; receipts $7 and $8 daily. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market S*. f»/»(rrk FOR SALE THIS WEEK~POPULAR •^O')U. corner cigar-store; will sell at invoice; . fixtures worth the money; value in sight; big trade. PROLL <S STENBEBG, 719 Market st. (&IOAA WELL-EST...

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

14 IS BLACK FOR BROWN Harbor Commissioners Call the Architect to Account. A NEW LEAF FOR A. PAGE. Specifications Which Were Paid for Were Drawn by Engineer Holmes. A NEW INVESTIGATION AGENT. The Designer of the Ferry Depot Did Not Fill His Contract With the State. While the experts are at work on the ferry foundation and the character of C. J. Btirwell, the' detective, is being overhauled by the contractors, and Engineer Holmes is building up a defense of his work on the water front, the Harbor Commissioners, in the person of President E. L. Colnon, are seeking for light on an important sub ject. The onus of the so-called investiga tion up to date has boon unloaded on Howard C. Holmes, engineer of the board. Mr. Holmes has defended the work done on the depot foundation as if he were en tirely responsible for it all. but when nailed down to an explanation of the drawings he has admitted that A. Page Brown was the father of the design. Every contractor ■who figured on the foundation a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVIL— :NO. 135. THE PACIFIC SLOPE Professor Sanders Con victed of Forgery at Fresno. TESTING THE FEE LAW. :n to Be Brought by So lano Justices and Con stables. TWO SHERIFFS UNDER ARREST. Serious Complications Growing Out of the Kidnaping of a Prisoner. • i. • FRESNO, Cal., April 23. — Professor .-. "-Sanders is guilty. At 9:30 to-night the •-■_. jury brought in a verdict to that effect ■ ' '.. after only a few minutes' deliberation. ■" .. ; Oh-ly one ballot was taken. .';-.-.< The- crime for which Sanders has been ;;. V\ convicted was that of forging the name of .'.* •••. William Wootten to a draft for $1400. To . ' nctore ' .". however, re ■ Cjtiire I the red by hia •friend, and it was the wish of Sanders' at . • torneys to avert this charge that caused ibborn light to be : defense. ■^as an old i * near Ln this county. He w - .. ■ i perso - farm of about 300 ■cabin - ' me, named It was learned that he had relatives in England, but beyond this «imo=: -as known of his nis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

2 SACRAMENTO GUESTS The Veterans Pass in Review Before the Governor. FIVE HUNDRED IN LINE. Militiamen, Civic Societies, Officials and Civilians Escort Them. PRAISED BY THE EXECUTIVE. • Profuse in His Compliments for the Splendid Showing Made by the Warriors. SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 23.— The California and Nevada department of the Grand Army of the Republic have taken Sacramento by storm, and their triumph ant parade thia morning was the largest they have ever had upon the coast. Fully 600 grizzled veterans marched in a solid phalanx through the city, with the same old swinging march step so familiar to them in years gone by. when marching forward to meet a Southern foe. As the martial strains of the various bands reached the ears of the warriors, the present rolled away like a cloud before the south wind, the infirmities of age were forgotten and they were youths again, passing in review before their sweethearts, mothers and wives, before leaving for the front to combat the stern re...

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