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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

MEANS A REHEARING. Petitions Will Be Heard Before the Full Bench. MERITS TO BE ARGUED. The Supreme Court's Action on the Income Tax Decision. ME. JACKSON AS AN UMPIRE. Now There Is a Prospect of the Whole Law Being Declared Constitutional. WASHINGTON, D. C. April 23.— The United States - Court to-day, through Chief Ju.-t! er, made the following order r . c petitions for the rehearing of the ::. tax question: "The consideration of th< two petitions for rehearing is reserved until Monday, May 6, when a full bench is • - pected, and in that event two counsel on a side will be heard at that time." Though the order does : >t explicitly so Btate, it means an ar_- n I will be heard not on the merits of the :: ome tax ques tion itself, but on the question of whether or not there be a w ' U heretofore decided. Jus c Jackson is expected to return by the date named. tlemenfaxoil edure of court for many years can r t Dut one in stance in which like a a been taken. That was in the ! - It i...

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. — 24 April 1895

4 OUT AT THE RACETRACK Another Day of Ruin and Dis aster for Backers of Favorites. TWO OUT OF SIX IN FRONT. A Head-and-Head Finish in the First Race, Captured by Donna Carlotta. Twelve bookmakers cut in yesterday. Nate Hill, the jockey, leaves to-night for St. Louis. Starter 11. D. Brown went on to Memphis at the conclusion of the Los Angeles meeting. The Lenoke filly, by Surinam-Lenoke, ran in the colors of Jack Follansbee of society fame. I do not wonder that Frank Van Ness does not name the Experiment gelding. He is certainly a great horse to experiment with. Colonel Dan Burns got whipsawed in the fifth race, lie first backed Silver, and return ing to the ring placed a few good-sized wagers cm Mary S. Mr. Boots says that Installator was laid up with the influenza this past winter and could hardly be expected to show up better at his first start. Senator Mahoney was beaten by two votes in the first race. His owner, 7.eke Abrahams, stood to win two or three Legislatures on the Fell...

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. — 24 April 1895

THEO. DURRANT IS AGAIN BEFORE THE BAR Trying to Show That the Police Have Been Overzealous. BERKELEY'S BLOODY COAT The Woman With Whom It Was Left Still Thinks It Was the Prisoner's. MEETING OF THE STUDENTS. Many of Them Think Durrant At tended His Class— The Lights In the Church. The center of interest in the double mur der has shifted from the ch\irch on Bart lett street to the Police Court, where Dur- Tant passed the second day of his prelim inary examination yesterday. The dese crated shrine is practically left to it- grue some self, and only strangers in the city go to the Mission to gaze at the tall belfry in which Blanche Lament's body was found on that Easter morning that will be remembered with a chill of horror by •rs in this city. Men, won i and ren pass the structure while I ie sun :s shining, but after nightfall they s ~m to prefer the otner side of the street The evidence against Darrant, .riven piecemeal in the papers, is being t>M in the court, and among those in ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILY CALL— « 6 per year by mall; by carrier, 15c J>er week. SUNDAY CALL— SO per year. "WEEKLY CALL— »I.SO per year. The Eastern office of the sax FRANCISCO CALX, (Daily and Weekly), Pacific Mates Adver tising Bureau, Rbinelander building, Hose and Dunne streets, New York. WEDNESDAY APRIL 24, 1895 King. Scully> ________ Hirsch. Dunkcr. Hughes. _ Wagner. Benjamin. Morgenstern. Behold the pang! These are the Solid Eight I Can they really run the town? What think you of the insects? Brer Colnon is doing Mr. A. Page Brown. Hodge-breakers have no future in Re publicanism. The Solid Eight are spotted, but they did it themselves. Perhaps Scully is with the combine and perhaps he isn"t. The small potato in office feels bigger than a wnole metropolis. A silurian stands up in a community like a sore thumb in church. The way for honest men to oppose the Solid Eight is to consolidate. When bad men are tolerated in office,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

\Y.... APRIL '24, 1895 NEWS ITEMS IH BEIEP. Look out for clouds to-day. ; For breezy racing reports read the Call. For condensed city news read the seventh page of the Call. The weather to-day will be slightly cloudy with westerly winds. Brief city items are to be found on this page of the Call every day. . A. Page Brown doesn't like to talk about the ferry piers and foundations. Local items, bright and brief, can be found on this page of the Call every day. _ _ _ .... rnqr Budd will spend his summer vaca tion hunting and tishing in the Yosemite Val ley. 1. Kr.iger explained yesterday who the mys workmen seen in Emmanuel Church rtlng events throughout the State receive ilar attention in the columns of the ii you want to get the latest news in the most condensed form pick up the Call bright and early. The ambulance presented to the city by Mrs. Oelriehs and Miss Fair will go into service this morning. Time-tables of the railror.d companies are published in the Call ior the accommodat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

8 BACK AT THE RAILROAD Answer to Be Filed To-Day in the Famous "Stop-Over" Cases. CONSPIRACY CHARGE DENIED. Nearly Three Thousand Claims Against the Road Under the Code. There is a big surprise in store for the twenty-six attorneys employed by the Southern Pacific in the famous Dr. Robin son "stop-over" cases. The answer of over 300 pages will be tiled by the attorneys for Dr. Robinson and his co-litigants by their attorneys, Thomas V. Cator and C. M. Jen nings, in Judge Sanderson's department to-day. The "bill of peace," filed in equity by the Southern Pacific a little while ago against Dr. W. H. Robinson, his son, L. S. Robinson. Thomas D. Poole, C. W. Bas sett, ex-Assemblyman Aaron Bretz, Dr. C. W. Loomis and Dr. Frederick Hiller, all of Alameda, and Dr. W. N. Griswold of this city and twelve other persons who were designated by fictitious court nomencla ture, asked the court, it will be remem bered, to omnibus all the "stop-over" cases into one cause of action and to en join the...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

NATIVES IN PARADE. Oakland's Streets Were Thronged With People. THOUSANDS IN THE LINE. Some of the Interesting Feat ures of the Pageant Described. BULLS' HEADS AND BEEVES. They Are Fed to the Numerous Guests of the Athens of the Pacific. All of Oakland and the greater portions o! Berkeley and Alameda were apparently turned loose on the streets of the Athens of the Pacific yesterday to witness the grand parade in honor of thn Grai 1 Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden We.<t. Even from Ban Francisco the v:s. - . rs came in such numbers as to break the n 'ord for ■weekday traffic on the ferry steamers. Although the decorations o; Monday ■were abundantly and generously .1 -played, yesterday saw them richer, more varied and more plentiful. There was M?arcely a building along the line of parade that did not have ->>me adornment in onor of the occasion. In order to encourage a proper pirit of patriotism in the risir.- generation the schools were ordered closed by th< Board ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver firm. shipment of $775,950 to China. Wheat off again. Barley and Oats dull. Corn fluctuating, live steadily held. Some changes In White Beans. Hay very wreak. Feedstuffs as before. More Cherries and Gooseberries arrived. Straw berries weaker. Cabbage getting dear. A corner in Garlic. Asparagus, String Beans, Rhubarb and Peas lower. Another advance in Poultry. - beginning to do better. Butter and Cheese unchanged. Hams and Kacon firm. Pried Fruit quiet. Shipping demand for New Potatoes. Onions qniet. Citrus Fruits weak J! WEATHEK BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Aoßirni/- TURK. Weather Bureau, San Francisco. April 23, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast : The pressure continues highest In Nevada and Utah, and lowest in California, but it is falling In all sections except along the immediate coast of California. The warm wave which has prevailed throughout the Pacific Coast States since Sunday has been succe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Municipal Officials Are Wor ried by Tax Collector Dalton. X IAY APPEAL TO THE COURTS Concert of the Treble Clef Quar- tet— Hurt by a Freight Train. Tax Collector Dalton has tightened his on the salaries of those city employes .aye so far failed to put up $2 for their j tax for the current year by filing a gar nent on the money that is to be paid by Treasurer Gilpin on May 1. action in the matter has raised a >ud on the horizon, for the public its do not propose ta pay without a struggle, and there are intimations that Auditor Snow and Treasurer Gilpin are in sympathy with their fellow-employes, and that they will begin legal proceedings to raise the embargo placed on their offices by the vigilant collector. The latter thinks that he has the matter well in hand, for should a city official by any means secure his warrant in spite of the garnishment which has been served on the Auditor, he will run against the same barrier in the Treasurer's domain. He says that ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

12 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every night in the year. BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock. 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 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 9:30 o'clock. NOTICE OF MEETINGS. , ■^3!p~MX)UNT MORIAH LODGE NO. J» _=^^44. F. and A. M.— Meeting THIS^\ (WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7:3o^T7f o'clock. Third THEO FBOUCH. Secretary. ' |K3? MISSION LODGE NO. 169. F. • !>^ and A. M.— Called meeting THlS_*^ (WEDNESDAY*) EVENING at ":*'^v3? ; o'clock. Second degree. By order of the ' * \V. m. c. D. BUNKER, Secretary. IT-~%= CROCKETT LODGE NO. 139, F. * tit—' n.i A. M.— Called netting Tllisji (WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7:3O)K^ ] o'clock. Second degree. By order of the'^ r> W. M. H. FORTRIEDE, Sec, j iF§sF~ODI> FE...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 April 1895

CITY REAL STATE. _ G"" HTuMBSEN^Con ", • Real Estate Agents, Rent Collectors and Auctioneers, 14 Montgomery street. 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. C?OOAA CHEAP; ISTII ST.; COTTAGE OF rbZoUU. 4 rooms, etc; street accepted. O» OX A A GOOD INVESTMENT: RENTS $75 tjOOUU. por month: corner on Bryant St.; new building in store and living rooms and flat and house- bay windows, brick foundations, stone walks', etc.; lot 25x75 :|both streets accepted. (T* 1 •) AAA CHOICEST BLOCK ON POST ' J*!)J__i.UUU. St.: 2-story bay-window residence oi 9 rooms and bath; stone walks, etc.; sunny line of street: 26x137:6. . Oil XAA CREAM OF PACIFKTHEIGHTS; .pll.OUvl. lot 50:6x127:814: a comfortable old house. _ I&fWJAn NICE NEW BAY-WINDOW COT- .OU\'. tage of 4 roomß and bath, brick foun- dation, etc.; lot 25x120; Collins, near Geary. (BQAAA «OOD MINNA-ST. INVEST- «JUUUU. menf. rents $81 per mont...

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

14 A . PAGE BROWN IS BLUE The Ferry Depot Architect Hates to Talk About His Work. HE WANTS TIME FOR THOUGHT. Will Need About a Year In Which to Prepare His Ex planation. k A. Page Brown, architect of the State's depot foundations at the foot of Market street, is preparing thunder in the contro- j versy now pending between Engineer How ard 'C. Holmes and Detective C. J. Stil well. Mr. Brown announced yesterday j afternoon that he would take ample time j in preparing for his part of the explosion, j and that before he took part in the pyro- j technics he would consult the Harbor Com- ; luissioners and such other persons as he j thought would be proper under the circum- - Btances. "I prepared the plans and specifications | for the depot and ferry piers here in my j office," Mr. Brown said yesterday. "And j I was paid for my services by order of the Harbor Commissioners." "Who wants to see Mr. Brown?" he ■ asked, when first accosted in his office. He j was in the act of folding and unfo...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 136. NEWS OF THE COAST Sonoma County Sues Ex-Treasurer Stofen for Funds. _ HE HAD BEEN ROBBED. It Is Not Claimed That He Took the Money, but the County Wants It. BURNED AT GEASS VALLEY. Miss Lizzie Temby Seriously Injured by Her Clothing- Igniting From a Candle. SANTA ROSA, Cai.., April 24.— As a sequel to the sensational robbery of the Sonoma County treasury on December 23, 1894, a suit was commenced to-day by the county against ex-Treasurer P. N. Stofen and his bondsmen. It is alleged that on that day Stofen ap propriated and converted to his own use $7815 '■'. the amount of monsy secured by the robbers who held up the Treasurer and afterward locked him up in the vault. It is not claimed by the county or anybody that Stofen took the money, but the law makes it necessary in such ac tions to allege the appropriation and con version, as the robbery, according to the plaintiff's interpretation of the law, does not constitute any ground of defense. Stofen's bondsmen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

2 CARSON'S BAD MELTS Secret Investigation of the Mint Steal Goes On. MASON CROSS-EXAMINED. He Tells Why He Suspects Jones of Having Substi tuted Bogus Bars. IMPORTANT DUPLICATE KEY. The Shortage Supposed to Have Occurred During the Silver Administration. CARSON, Nev., April 24.— examina tion of Jones is still being conducted with closed doors, and the Nevada papers are not able to publish accounts of the pro ceedings, except the Appeal, which ap peared this morning with a full account. At 10 o'clock this morning Mason resumed his testimony for the Government. He was questioned a good deal by General Clark, bringing out more positively facts elicited by the testimony the day before. . He reiterated the statement that the stealing began after the clean-up of June, 1892. He was very positive on this point, and explained how the system of book keeping in the mint clearly demonstrated the fact. The defense took the witness and asked him a good many questions, evidently with a view of con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

PORTS ARE BLOCKED Belligerent Steps Taken by England in Nic aragua. USUAL RULE OF FORCE. British Troops to Land at Co rinto and Seize Customs Receipts. COMMERCE WELL BE CRIPPLED. South American Republics Fear Other Debts May Be Collected in Similar Style. WASHINGTON, D. 0., April Exact official information has been received as to Great Britain's belligerent steps in Nica ragua. British troops are to be landed at Corinto. Custom-houses are to be occu pied and British officers are to exercise the functions of collectors of customs. At the same time Nlcaraguan local commerce is to be crippled by blockade. The United States coast defense vessel Monterey is still at Acapulco, about 800 miles north of Corinto. the is expected to ' sail south ward very soon, but no special orders have been sent her since she sailed from San Diego. Reports from Nicaragua confirm the Statement that the blockade of Nicaraguan ports by Great Britain means that she is exacting her demands. The understand ing is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

4 SENT FROM WARSAW. Mme. Mod jeska Expelled by the Russian Gov- 2 ernment. CAUSED BY HER SPEECH. Prevented From Fulfilling an Engagement at a Theater. CANT APPEAR 027 THE STAGE. . The Actress* Te'Unig Utterances on Behalf of Poland Strike a Tender Spot. I i On February 27 an order, Issued by the Jltmian Government forbade Mme. Mod jesJat to f -Jfill an erj-ra-jernerit st the War saw Theater In consequence of a speech she had oellrertd before the Chicago Art Institute on the subject of Polish women. Soon after this speech Mme. Modjeska was notified she could not appear on the --.!*•< within tbe Knssian jurisdiction. In the conr>« of her speech at Chicago Mme. Modjeaka said: "I shall not dwell ur)on the development of onr political in iititutkms. They (the Russian*) have Ja-ighed Ui ttxizn the belief that there was ever a Polish nation. They have restricted, if not wholly prohibited, the u*e of o*:r language. Under such a condition could there be any organized effort of women? W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

EMMANUEL'S PASTOR ON WITNESS-STAND. Questioned About the New Lock on the Library Door. /KNEW NOTHING OF IT. Judge Conlan Expresses Sur prise at the Ignorance of :•";; the Preacher. ANOTHER LINK IN THE CHAIN. .•A Police Officer Who Saw Durrant Visiting- Miss Williams In Alameda. V. Two brass-buttoned blue-coated police ! men; still petard the desecrated sanctuary ph^Bartlett street night and day. Their .watch in the gloomy confines of the church '.is not a" pleasant one, but they keep close .together, and even succeed in cracking now and then a feeble joke. : Yesterday 'afternoon Drs. Porter and Gallway were admitted to the church. They proceeded to the little library and, entering the bfood-stained closet which formed Minnie Williams' death-chamber, : they closed and locked the door. For half an hour they remained in the apartment and then left the building. They declined ";-to state their errand to the church, or for whom they were acting. It is thought, however, that they were emp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

6 -______• i&li CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editer and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— tG per year by mail; by carrier, 150 X>er week. SUNDAY CALL— *t.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— 1.60 per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific _ta.es Adver tising Bureau, Rhineiander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. THURSDAY ...APRIL 25, 1895 Turn the rascals out. Let us investigate the combine. There is a chance for a local Lexow. You approve virtue when yon condemn iniquity. No community ever yet avoided an issue by trying to dodge it. The fiesta series appear to have just about got well started. One can almost hear the fruit grow in this splendid weather. San Francisco is entitled to good govern ment and must have it. Mayor Sutro now holds the balance be tween boodle and decency. When an official becomes a rascal he ceases to be a Republican. The man who cannot keep even with the world always think it odd. Every lick you put in for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

*_m -mmmm .**__£, ___Bs__is_r TH U SPAY.." APRIL 25, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BEIEP. Occasional light sprinkles of rain to-day. The police ere still guarding Emmanuel Church. Henry Bitzau, the veteran musician, died last night. The Blue and Gold 19 published by the students of the State University. The Olympic baseball team will play the Vallejo nine on - ■•". lay at Vallejo. The steamer Farallon has been chartered to run between here and Yaquina Bay. Within a week the Central and Southern Pa cific companies paid in taxes $736,069 -it. The Sons of Temperance in California held their forty-filth annual convention at Pythian Hall. A race for homing pigeons between Alameda and Portland nas been arranged for the Fourth o: July. An attachment for ?660 was yesterday levied asunst the Alaska Coal Company, 218 Sacra mento street. No process of court releases the 200,000 tons of wheat stored at Port Costa, and the market remains hrm. Civil Service Examiner Leadly is arranging lor an examination in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 April 1895

8 HONOR SACRAMENTO. Native Sons Will Cele brate Admission Day There. NEXT GRAND PARLOR. It Will Be Held at San Luis • Obispo— Won by a Large Majority. GREAT SUCCESS OF THE BALL. Election of Officers to Take Place To-Day— Grand Car nival To-Nlgtit. Sacramento is to have the honor of en tertaining the Native Sons and their friends on the Oth of September next, when the joint celebration of Admission day and the twentieth anniversary of the birth of the Native Sons of the Golden West will ROD W. CHURCH, CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENTS AND FLOOR MANAGER OF THE GRAND BALL. take place under the auspices of Sacra mento and Sunset parlors, the local organ izations of the order in the capital city. This victory was won from Santa Cruz only after a hard-fought contest extending over a period of about five days. The supporters of the two contesting cities brought every influence to bear on the contest, but when the issue was fairly up the capital city "won out hands down." Yest...

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