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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 July 1890

ItrSTNFSS CHANCES. -i-i (-./••Ul A FINE CHANCE FOB a WORKING , UUU. man; sure to clear $100 per month over I and above eU expenses; express business for sale; 2 horses and a hue wagou; ono of the v. -.;, i.i si stands lv town: has tbe sole trade or -■ I - i.ii stores; a full Investigation and trial allowed before you buy. Ap- ply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. It eCRfIA HOTEL FOB BALE; A GRAND OPEN- C''<Ji-"' lug; 60 rooms, liaudsomely furnished; in the viciniry of this city; largely patronized by first-class people: established SO years; kept by (.nsiut owner 17 years; no question about the steadiness of the Iradc; a most thorough Investiga- tion allowed: owner will give a long lease the property aud grounds, which are among the ilnest - in Hie IJLiI ' l> K. KEN NY, 22 Kearny st lt Q '-! ".('^HEbT.M 11 WANTED IN A FIKST- » v «Jl)V7 l/fjclase book and stationery ftore: uo j.ievious experience required, but must be of un- doubted steady habits: established nearly 80 years; doing a lar...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 July 1890

6 IN SIMMER TIME. Now the teacher, the preacher, Most every made creature; The doctor, the lawyer, the dude and the turn The butcher, the bakes, The candlestick maker, Are each ot rtiem wearing the neglige shirt. Hut laundrymen bate It Anil fiercely berate it, • •■■'.-,'■ • For naught else their business so vitally hurts. They'd make scores of dollars , On starched cuffs and collars If 'twern't lor those terrible lietllste shirts. —Chicago Evening Post. ELSIE'S ADVENTURE. . pT% Jll, Martha! I'm soatraidl Suppose I . §_:!!, Martha! I'm Suppose I should be ' meet somebody! Suppose I should be tLJ;^ robbed all In the data!" . . ■-Nonsense, Miss Elsie! The road is as safe by night as it Is by day. Why, 'tis but six o'clock; and as lor the distance, 'taint moie . thai) half a lr.lte." "That is by the lields, Marlha-by the road It is longer; and there is oue pait ol Hie road so dark!" i .: - v .. "Hit darkness does not hurt folks. Miss Elsie. Floe i up a Oil oi eotiraue. and in an hour or...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Scottish Thistle Club Dance at the Pavilion Last Sight. AN OAKLAND WELDING. Numerous Pleasant Picnic Parties and Club Excursions — The Ep worth League Social— Orlando Club's Outing — Golden Links' Entertainment — Junior Court Pride Meets— Notes. Baron and Baron Rogn'.at entertained a few in, i. ,is at a dinnerparty at their residence in Los Angeles last Tuesday night In honor of San Fraucisco guests. ibeaflaii was characterized by its elegance. The following guests were pres ent: Mis. P.. Smith and daughter and Mr. W'll sblre ni Sun Francisco, Miss Dillniau of Sacra meulo and Mrs. J. S. Owens. .Notes. A farewell party was tendered last Tuesday night at the residence ol Piofessoi Balnbiidge of Sacramento to Miss Evelyn Kallman, who was about to leave for Sao Fraucisco to make her residence here. A number of young people weie 1 resent and an enjoyable evening was spent. Our Keighors' Daughters' Social Club gave then paiiy this evening at Mangel's Hall. Last...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 July 1890

8 RUMORS OF FRAUD. Gity Officials of Sacramento Under a Cloud. A Missouri Criminal Forces His Guard to Aid Him to Escape. Progress of Educational Work at Pacific Grove— Violent Death of a Farm Laborer at Stockton. Special Dispatches to The Mosni.no Call. Sacramento, July 18.— It is stated that while a committee of the Graud Jury was looking over the books of the clerk of the water works, a day or two ago, they came across what has long been sought— the most unmistakable evidence of fraud. It is also said that the indications are that the alleged frauds will go beyond the water works office aud involve certain city officials. It is stated that as soon as the committee had obtained knowledge suffi cient to establish guilt beyond all question they ceased operations to await the report of their experts next Tuesday. If the experts have discovered nothing then the investigation will be resumed and conducted to the end of the lead. METHODS FOlt TEACHERS. Classes Organized for Various Bran...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

.■ / A TIE THAT BINDS! STABILITY, CHAKACTEE, INFLUENCE, FORM A WHICH FIRMLY BINDS THE PEOPLE TO THE CALL VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 50. THE SITUATION IN THE FAR EAST. It Causes Emperor William to Hasten His Conference With] 5.t« the Czar. - _■ AFFAIRS WEARING A CEISI.S No Move to Be Made Until After the Imperial Interview Is Over— Ex- Empress Frederick Threatens Bismarck with Prosecution in Case He Publishes Any of Her Letters— A Secret Conference. _ • Copyrighted 181)0 by New Turk Associated Tress. Berlin, July 10. The Beicbsanzeiger de clares that the shortening of the Emperor's trip is uot duo to Hie political situation, but the facts contradict this statement. Affairs in the East are hastening to a crisis, and this has caused the Emperor to advance the date of his conference with the Czar. These rulers will meet August inth. The Xovoe Vremya says the situation in Armenia and Bulgaria will remain in statu quo, as far as Russia is concerned, until the imperial in terviews are over. BISMARCK...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

2 BULLETS INSTEAD OF BARE KNUCKLES. Blood-Letting Follows a Dispute i Over Articles for a Prize-Fight. BILLY LYNN'S PISTOL WORK. The Rhoads Faction Captures the Primary Election at Sacramento. A Candidate for Congress Ar rested—Serious Accident to a Farm -Hand Near Pleasanton. Vacaville Fruit. Special Dispatches to The Uohkixo Call. Spokane Falls. July 18.— The reporters' room ..I the Morning Spokesman was the. seen* of a terrible tragedy this morning. A party ol local «nd visit prize-fighters bad met there to sign articles ol agieemcnt tor a tight between Patsy Mulligan and Jimmy Casey. Two bundled dol lars loireit had been placed iv the bands of a re porter ol Ihe Spokesman Darned Hutchinson. The men got Into a dispute over the teims of the tight and Billy Lynn, another prize-lighter, etuick Mulligan. The latier thi n pulled a revolver and struck Lynn. The men were separated, and Lynn while struggling to draw Ins gun was ejected by Hutchinson. He slipped around to the back door an...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. hQRAND MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE!-*- CLOAK DEPARTMENT! PRICES HATE BEEN REDUCED FULLY 50 PER CENT in this great de- partment as we have still on hand _ very extensive collection of Cloaks, Wraps, Newmarkets ami Jackets THAT MUSI' HE CLOSED OUT to make room for Fall importations. The following are a few examples or the MARVELOUS BAR- GAINS OFFERED THIS WEEK. LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS. At $2.50. 75 LADIES' JACKETS, In fine Quality of cheviot, in all the new shades, tailor-made, re- duced Irom $5 to $2 50 each. At 53.50. 54 LADIES' JACKETS, in fine quality of broadcloth, in all the new shades, tailor-made and bound with braid, reduced from £7 50 to $350 each. At $5.00. 47 LADIES' JACKETS, in fine quality of cloaking. in all the new shades and style.-, reduced from $10 to So each. At $7.50. 38 LADIES' JACKETS, in fine quality of broadcloth, in black and all the new shades, satin-lined and bound with braid, tailor-made, reduced from $15 to $7 50 each. At $10.00. 32 LADIES' JAC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL i *Tae ■ farcer circulation than any other lir... Hi.er pnbHahed In San Francisco. rri.Ll CATION OFFICE: 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 odor* r. M. URANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until l'J o'clock midnight: US Beyee street, open emit 9:30 o'clock: 603 larkin street, open until 8:30 Clock, and 2518 Mission meet, open until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), *6 per year by -Bail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. I>AILY CALL, fire dries three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). 81 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a: d WEEKLY CALL *2 60 per year, postpaid. w EEKLY call (eight pages), _1 'li per year, post _...-,. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR TUB SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country dur li p tlie: smuttier month .can have Till-: DAILY CALL wailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

CITY ItEAL ESTATE. C'Tnnn GOLDEN GATE AYE., NEAR LYON C" UUU. st; 2-story bay-window bouse of 7 rooms and bath; brick foundations, etc. ; lot 30x100; high basement O. H. I'MHSEN & CO.. 14 Mont- poiucry st Jy2o SuTuTh 3t Cj-OKn '-'IST ST., NEAR VALENCIA; NICE i*-.)CO\'. 2-story bay-window residence of 8 rooms and bath; brick foundations, etc.; stone side- walks, etc.; lot 22x92. O. H. UMBSEN ft CO.. 11 Noiilgoiiicry st. jy'JO SuTuTh 3 1 <8: IJ Ml '-' ; " ST - NBAS SANCHEZ; LOT 25l Cl IXU.'.'O. G. 11. USIBSEN* * CO.. 14 Mont- gomeryst Jy2o SuTuTb 3t -- ! Jim "A>IPS!IIKE ST.. NEAR 24TH; LOT C IxUV. 'Jtixioo; street wort complete, U. 11. t: MBSEN A- ■•.. 14 Montgomery st.jy2o SuTnTh St Ct7U*".n tASTBOBT., NIf.'IOTH; LOTB2:6x -_ I r^UU. 125; f.ue location for flats. G. 11. I Jill- SEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery st. Jyao SuTuTh 81 Sifvvnn HOWARD ST., NEAP. 2 1ST; LOTAiZ CUUUU. 90. G. 11. CMHSE.N ,v CO.. 14 Mont- gotuery st. Jy'JO SuTuTh 3t v. ■ ' I I A DOLORES ST.. NEAR 18TH; LOT 29X...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

6 HOUSES TO LET. Q7 HILL ST., NEAR VALENCIA 7 ROOMS, V » bath, $40: Guerrero, near 17tb, new nat o rooms, bath, $30; 437% 17tb, 6 rooms, bath very neat. BE: new flats on 22d, near Dolores, 6 and 7 rooms! bath. $27 60 and $30; 2122 Mission, 6 rooms, batb, $18: 708 Capp, 9 rooms, bith. $.«. 312 Beale. front and rear house, 2 rooms. $30. 5726 Mission, 9 rooms, bath. $30; D?"T. r Octavia, furntshed. 5 rooms, bath. $40; r 1 9 0 1 ?, M » s .°°' 5 room;, bath, *2" 50: " ' Geary, 4 rooms, $18; corner Stevenson and WlUoWv 4 rooms bath. D So; Diamond, near 18th 7 rooms st.ible, $8 loin". Guerrero, 4 rooms, bath. $18; JHO llii. Nats, 3 rooms, $10 and $12; 29 ,4 rooms. $14; (ottage. 2511 Miss on. 6 rooms, $16; 1124 JJd, upper flat. 5 robins and bam. $21 : 9 Kingston aye.. near Mission, 3 rooms, $7. W. H. CKIM A CO., 205 Montgomery st. " TO LET- 11 30 MISSION ST.. REAR: 4 ROOMS. 1140 Mission St.; 2 Oats; 7 rooms and 4 rooms; also carpenter shop. 1148 Mission st.: 4 rooms. 43 Langton St. ; & ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

Tk a^Ma x^_^_ I^x^\R *fr "-"; ■ •y~^*p'*--tf- m 2«ff& — -"i-V? '.-""■ > <^7/ **V-*' * The Simpson Memorial Meth odist Episcopal Cliurch Social. IEENHABD-EOBINSON WEDDING. Pleasant Festivities In and Out of Town — The Bartholdi Lodge Entertainment — A Woodside Party Letter-Carriers' Banquet. Two Club Parties— Notes. The coming concert, In which Mrs. Jonn D. Spreckels has consented to take pan. is destined to be one ol those delightful memories of the sea boo at del Coronado. Mrs. Bounheim of Sacra rauieuto has also promised lier aid. A number of friends were agreeably enter tained at Hie weddiug breakfast given recently by Mr. and Mrs. John I'zzeil at ihelr handsome residence on the border of Clear Lake. Among those present were : Captain and Mis. W. B. Collier. Mr. and Mrs. J. William Brown, Dr. r.ud Mrs. P., ogle. Miss Maraquita Collier, aud Mr. B. Coiner. A party of friends, the guests af Mr. Irving Bt Scott, drove from the Palace Hotel, last Satur day a week ago, to Ins...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

8 SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS BANKS. 1 Good Showing for the Fiscal Tear finding on (he 30lh of June. DEPOSITS OF $82,757,62038. An increase of $8,998,496 for the Year Savings and Loan Society. Mutual Savings Bank— Hibernia Savings and Loan Society— San Francisco Savings Union — The California Savings and Loan So ciety. There are thirty-seven savings banks doing business in the State, eleven in San Francisco and twenty-six at various points elsewhere, with aggregate deposits of nearly 8100,000,000. On January 1, 18:8, there was but oue savings bank in the State— the Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, with de posits of only S-O,OvO. A comparative statement showing the marvelous growth of these institutions since that time is here given Jan. 1. City. Country. State. 1858 fiO.ooo f-0.000 1861' OO.bOO 58.500 lhbO 68.H00 68.900 1861 1,135,00J 1,135,000 lr.il 2,952.000 2,952,000,. 1803 8,944,000 2,944,000*1. 1804 3.867 601) 3,857.600 1865 6.10.1.011,1 6,103,500 1866 7,393.100 7,393,100 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. A PRISONER'S LIFE IN SIBERIA. Two Pitiful Letters Just Received by Leo Hartman From Un- fortunate Exiles. NEW LIGHT ON PRISON OUTRAGES The Long Road Across Siberia — Tid- ings From Oust-Kara and Verho- liensk— Three Years in Transit. Secret Orders of Count Mcli- koff— Unexampled Brutality to Women. JIT is my pleasure to supply the demand IS for information regarding Siberian Alf prisons by placing before my readers two letter?, written by women exiled in Siberia, which 1 recently received. These letters present a timely addition to what became recently known conterninjj Siberia, and an interest the greater in that, to my belief, they are the only ones of the kind that ever reached America. The; will argue with the readers the sub ject of Russian Nihilism and imperial des potism in a way and with an impartiality of which 1 am not capable; for, while I, as an interested party, might not be abso lutely impartial, as I might view the tacts in a light to suit the interest...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

10 MY SISTER. WRITTEN FOR THE MORNING CALL BY WALTER BESANT. CHAPTER 1. !UV SISTER— OB I Sir SISTER. ■fTV.i'S a fine Satuiday evening lv July there _\£_\ I ate never many readers In the Free Li ilfl j§ bia ry. The old men who come lv winter, * Ss *'' 1 because the place is warm, light anil quiet, are now walking up and down the pavement, where the sunshine warms ihem through and through, and chase away their rheumatic pains. The yonnger men are all afield, playing cricket, boating, cycling, i ambling afoot, thinking of nothing but the delights ot fresh air, aud rejoic ing in then- youth. What have the young to do Wllb a musty, dusly library on a snmmer even ing? A library is a cemetery. Books are mostly the tombs of dead meu's brains. Youug folks are much better occupied wiih reading each other's thoughts than with walking among the tombs, so that the library is almost empty. Il was about 7 o'clock. At the window Into which the sun would have poured Its wealth of heat anil light— It...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

Vfe*-.^-<^a^^f<>* - (k **- 4&t$*r t~^.' zxjl>Af\ -okv-i/. _V*R_^---"^^*r"7-i Palmer's Players Will Present a New Double* Dill Next Week. A TINE LIST OF ATTRACTIONS. "The City Directory" a Steady Pull. Where Curtis Made a Mistake. " Orpheus and the Literature Thereanent — Elsie Leslie and Mark Twain's " Prince and Pau- per" — The Lask-Cook Farewell Testimonial. There was not niucli m tlie way of novelty last week to be viewed " through the opera glass." Curtis' Hebrew (day at the Bush-street stood aloneln the fact of newness, bul not of merit. The pieces at the Baldwin and the California were revivals. The closer we analyze "The Shatcheu" Uie more we see the awkwardness with which the play is put together, I rom the title line to tbe colophon. In the lirst pi. ice, the name Is so old and difficult to pronounce lhat man; prefer not io tackle it for fear ol making a blunder. The siib-iltle, "The Marriage-broker," ought to be made the principal, because It Is by all odds...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

12 CLARA MORRIS AT HER HOME Her Charming Conntry Residence Near Lowere Station on the Hudson. HOW SHE LIVES AND WORKS. Regaining Her Health by Horseback Riding— Some of Her Very Many Pets— Splendid Horses, Cows and Dogs— Brief Chat on Stage Work— No Particular Favorite Among Her Plays. f/LARA MORRIS, the popular and 'i well-known actress, who appeared •' many times before the public in San Pranclsco, is at present spending her time and regaining her strength at her charming heme on the Hudson. A representative of an Eastern journal recently accepted an in vitation from the lady to pay her a visit, and following is bis report of that visit: We took the Sixth-avenue elevated train to One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street, where we changed cars for the New York and Northern Railroad. Fifteen minutes' ride and we alighted at Lowere Station. Entering a comfortable Victoria drawn by a clinking thoroughbred, we were soon spinning along a beautiful country road, turf bordered and tree shadowed...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

AT SEA ON AS OCEAN LINER. Preliminary Incidents cf a Toy- age on a Great Atlantic Steamer. THE ONLY STOP ON TEE Dropping the Pilot— Flower Shows. A Little Bit of Society Cunning. An Angry Beauty — Seasick Passengers in Mute Despair— A Being in Blue, Gold and Bronze. Special Corresponilcuce of TitK Sunday Call. ijT-T^T SEA, June "'"• 1600.— There is only •_H™» 4 " ne place where the great Atlantic _f tjl"' liners come to a complete stop, un less from accident, between their Xew York clocks and Queenstown. This is for a most interesting little incident and ceremonial, of which first-trippers usually have no knowledge, and which even old voyagers seldom quite understand. It is called "dropping the pilot." 11 you are still upon the promenade-deck ami have got the mists of parting" out of your eyes, you have perhaps wondered what that bronzed-face man in citizen's clothing was doing up tnere among the bespangled officers upon the bridge. lie seems the ouletest fellow on board. His eyes a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 July 1890

14 THE LION -TAMER. A STORY. '- >-'■- ■'" ' '' : A''' / -"7^-7'~A7'.A'. '- ' -_" '"'-■' -'r. '*■'"■ '■-.■-'•A".",'- -."--* -*'■ : : -'.- : - *'-""'*'■" l. r -:---^XX BY LADY MARGARET MAJENDIE, AUTHOR OF "ON THE SCENT," " DITA." ETC. '"■■■^llE trumpets peeled shrilly through the /J 5^ streets ol Middleton; every soul rushed '*_.■?■'. ,0 ie window, every passerby stopped in eager curiosity, little toys sprang up the lamp-posts, carts and vans cleared out of the way. A magnificent procession— cli ens, whose renown had long preceded Its advent, was lv tbe act of anivlug. A golden car came first, very brilliant, drawn by a pair of cieam-eolored horses decked with scarlet trappings. Un the coachman's scat, which was transformed into a gorgeous throne, sat a fairy. tin ber throne, high above the vulgar herd, she looked lair enough, so lair lhat tlie little boys clapped their hands iv ecstaclic admiration. She had a small pathetic face, with great big b)ue eyes, the carefully darkened li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 51. CENTRAL AMERICA'S WAR CLOUD. Mexican Reports of a Battle in Which the San Salvadorans Were Victorious. THE TILINGS YET UNVERIFIED. Bismarck and the Emperor — The Ex-Chancellor's Hostility to the Socialists —He Declares the Time Will Come When Social ism Will Be a Military Ques tion and There Will Be a Uni versal State of War. Special Oispttchcs to TnE tfosanre Call. Citt OF Mexico, July 20.— El Universal publishes an account of a battle between Guatemalans and .Sin Salvadorans in Sen Salvador, in which the former were de feated with heavy loss. Tlie Guatemalan forces numbered 9000. General liarrundia, the Guatemalan refugee, has left Oaxaea to take part in tiie war. He will probably raise the st:mdatd of revolt in Guatemala. Private telegrams from San Salvador say that tho tan Salvadorans captured the Guatemalan artillery in the battle which took place Thursday, It is rumored that President Barillas of Guatemala talks of resigning. Senor G<-ronimo, who arriv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

2 HERMANN SONS. Jubilee Celebration of the Fif tieth Anniversary. Magnificent rrocessicn-Concert and literary Exercises — Tableaux and BilL Historical Notes. The jubilee celebration of the fiftieth an niversary- of the Order of Hermann Son;, which will be held for two days, com menced yesterday with a procession in the morning, a concert, literary exercises and games in the afternoon, and tableaux and dancing in the evening. The festivities will terminate with a concert and games this afternoon and tableaux and a ball this evening. The Order of Hermann Sons was insti tuted by Germans in the United States, and the name is taken from Hermann, the Chcruskar, the liberator of Germany from the control of the Roman conquerors. The first society in this city was organized in 1870 by Ernil Grimm, Henry Tostmau and F. R. Meyer. It was named S«n Francisco, No. 1. The present grand officers of the local order are: Grand President, John Scbuur; Grand Vice-President, 11. Spier ing; Grand Secreta...

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