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SAX JOSE. Sept. 6.— Everything is
in readiness for Admission day,
and only the arrival of the hosts
of Native Sons and Daughters of
the Golden West is needed to in
augurate the celebration. All the decora
tions are in place to-day, and the local
parlors and citizens of San Jose are
waking to extend a welcome. Large bear
Cags are hung over the principal streets.
Tuesday night will open the celebration.
At that time the various parlors from San
Francisco and Oakland and adjoining
counties will arrive. A bana and the fol
lowing reception committee from the va
rious parlors will be at the depots to
meet the trains: Palo Alto— Ed Younger,
F. H. Benson. Dr. W. A. Gaston and J. A.
t>esirnone; Saji Jose — M. E.^Jrlfflth, J. S.
Williams and Thomas Monahan; Vendome
Parlor, Native Daughters— Mrs. Garcia,
Mrs. Griffith, x Miss Delia McAbee, Miss
Tillie Brohaska, Miss Florence Rock; San
Jose Parlor — Mrs. J. Barboni, Mrs. Llliie
Lawrence. Mrs. Koerber, Mrs. Lizzie Ami
con and Josie Barboni.
There will be a night parade, with ro
man candles and redf.re. and the parlors
will be escorted to their headquarters. A
band concert will be given in St. James
Park. The local headquarters will hold
a reception at Xative Sons' Hall and re
freshments w-ill be served.
Wednesday morning the big Admission
day parade will be hcid. It will be formed
Chief cf Police and platoon of officers; trrand
iraiFhal. G. M. Foley; aid. Mayor Schmitz of
i^an Francisco: chief of staff. Ed Younger;
chief aid. H. W. McC*mas; chief of aids. O.
I>. Ktern. The following were selected from the
San Francifeco parlors as aids to the grand
marshal: H. J. Mulcrpvy. J. J. Ryan. John
F. Twomey, L.. Nnnneman, Joteph Kini?. J.
Hammond and Charles J. Turner. Those who
will act a« aids from Oakland, AlameiJa and
licrktley are: J. F. Hanfen. A. T. Sou?a, Dr.
W. J. Emvth*, W. S. C. Schmidt. W. J. Bacus.
\V. J. Brady. Ed Cook, H. Williams. H. C.
fakeborn. . II. Hannake. George Stutt and A.
Companies A and G. First Regiment, X.
G. C, and Companies I and B, Fifth Regi
ment, N. G. C, will rorm the first
division. The second division will com
prise the Pioneers, Mexican War Veter
ans and the Sons and Daughters of Pio
neers. The other divisions are as follows:
Third division — El Dorado Parlor No. 52,
California Parlor No. 1. drum and bugle corps.
Pacific Parlor No. 10, Mission" Parlor No. «S.
grar.d officer* and officers of the day.
Fourth division — El Dorado Drum Corps. Ala
meja Parlor No. 47, San Francisco Parlor No.
45>. Oakland Parlor No. r-O. Jn tailyho coaches,
eix-in-hand, escorting Governor ParJee; Muuni
Tamalpais Parlor No. 64.
Fifth division — Drum corpp (four men). Stan
ford Parlor No. 7»5. Orlnda Parlor. Native
Daughters. No. 56. Ilinccn Parlor No. 72, Hay
C'ltv Parlor No. 104. -.Niantlc Parlor No. 10. 1 ),
Xat:onal Parlor No. llh. Piedmont Parlor No.
Sixth division — Drum coepg. Hespian Parlor
No. 137, Alcatraz Parlor No. 135. Halcyon Par
lor No. 14B. drum corps. Precita Parlor No. 1P7.
Urookl^n Parlor No. 151. South San Francisco
Parlor* No. 157. F«-a Point Parlor No. 158.
S>\-enth division — Drum and drill corps (uni
formed). Captain J. Stand*: Alcalde Parlor No.
154. Santa Clara Parlor No. 1UO, Watsonville
Parlor No. 65. Redwood City-. Presidio Parlor
Vo. 194. Athfn* Parlor No. 11*5. Mountain View
Parlor No. 1115, 1'nlversity Parlor No. 21 C, drum
corps, Sequoia Parlcr No. 100.
Eighth division — Drum corps (sixteen pieces),
Olympia. Parlor No. 180. Minerva Parlor, N. D.
<i W.. No. 2; drum corpc: Mart-hall Parlor. N.
F. O TV\. No. 2C2: San Jose Parlor, N. D. G.
Y\\: Vendome Parlor. N. I). O. W.
Ninth division — Bugle corps. Army and Navy
Parlor No. 2f>7. Doloree parlor No. 20fi, Derkeley
Parlor No. 210. Twin Peaks Parlor No. 214,
drnm and fife corps. El Capltan Parlrr No. 222.
Tpnth <ll\1*lf>n — Band. Ban Jose Parlor No.
22. Palo Alto Parlor No. f-2, drum corpa, Ob
eervatory Parlor No. 177.
Literary exercises will follow In the
park. The Hon. L. F. Bylngton will be
ROME. Sept. 6.— The police ¦ forbade a
public coxnm^moratlon of the death of
the Italian philosopher Bovie, which the
extreme parties had arranged to hold to
diy, as they believed that It was intend
ed to convert it Jnto a demonstration
against the cornier visit of the Czar to
Rome. The troops were kept In readiness
in case of disorders, but nothing hap
pened to call for their Intervention. Tho
extremists have decided to hold the com
memoration next Sunday in spite of the
The pood effects of Koenigsteln's Red
Eaive lor skin complaints are apparent at
once upca its use. •
president of the day. David M. Burnett
of this city will deliver the address of
welcome. Grand President H. R. Mc-
Noble will deliver the oration. In the
8fternoon and evening of Admission day
the various parlors will keep' open house
and entertain. About midnight the par
lors will depart for their homes. :'•¦ • V
PROMINENT MEMBERS OF COMMITTEES IN SAN JOSE, WHERE A HOST OF NATIVE SONS AND DAUGHTERS
WILL GATHER ON WEDNESDAY TO CELEBRATE WITH A PARADE AND LITERARY EXERCISES THE
NATAL DAY OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
' The excursion via Southern Pacific, arranged
for - September IT, will show ths wondprful
canyon In the golden light of autumn. Thou
sands have seen the valley this season and
another thousand should Bee It when/ as now,
the air is like rich old wine. The rate, #48 50.
includes fare both ways, sleeping car, stage,
hotel, carrlaee-ride in the'valley, horses, and
guides for Mirror Lake, Vernal and Nevada
falls and Glacier Point. The big trees are In
cluded in the-'trlp. Itinerary at Information
Bureau. «13 Madiet street.. -' .¦¦.*. ¦ .'. •
¦¦ :. ... jtft.it/- " «.*»~'/l ' / ?* -i,- ¦«»>'*¦ - " ' ' '¦
Great Opportunity to See Yosemite at
' -Small Cost.
The Great Northern Coal and Coke
Company, recently oiganized with a capi
talization of $10,000,000 owns 500,000 acres of
coal lands in that region and is said to
be promoting the new railway. It is pro
posed to ship this coal by rail as well as
down the Big Sandy and Ohio rivers, as
has been done for years. It is said that
the Great Northern Coal and the Pitts
burg Coal companies will then control the
coal trade from Pennsylvania and all
States along the Ohio River to New Or
leans. Large elevators and tipples are to
be erected at Maysville for transferring
coal into barges for the trade along the
Ohio and the Mississippi valleys. The
Great Northern will have its land and
railway headquarters in New York, its
shipping headquarters at Maysville and
its selling headquarters at Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 6.-A mortgage to
secure bonds on a new railway from Co
lumbus, Ohio, to Maysville, Ky.,\ to
connect Cast and West trunk lines In the
North with the Chesapeake and Ohio, the
Louisville and Nashville and other South
ern lines, was recorded yesterday and to
day it is announced that this new line will
also extend ninety miles from Maysville,
Ky.. through Jackson, Pike, Floyd and
Martin counties In Kentucky, so as to
form an outlet to the coal fields on the
west side of Big Sandy River.
COKE AND COAL COMPANY
IS BACKING NEW BAILWAY
Americans were not appreciably- affected
by the advance in the bank ratp owing to
the strong position of the associated
banks and the favorable reception given
to Secretary Shaw's currency proposals.
Turkish securities were flat. •
Bulgarians showed little change. Sliver
mines and Canadians were strong *and ac
tive. . . • ¦ --.-
LONDON, Sept. 6.— The rise in the bank
rate last week depressed all investment
stocks and home railways and the week's
business on the stock market was again
of the smallest proportions. The condi
tion of the money market inspires anxiety,
as it is feared that the heavy demands
from Egypt and the United States may
compel the bank to adopt a 5 per cent
rate before the year is out.
Secretary Shaw's Currency Proposals
Well Beceived and American
! ¦' Securities Remain Finn.
ADVANCE IN BANK BATES
WEAKENS LONDON MARKET
The two men met yesterday. *
"Why don't you marry the woman?"
Kohlander asked fiercely. "She's not my
wife any. longer."
Hanson Is said to have replied that he
had thought better of It. After more,an
gry words the former husband knocked
Hanson "down and pummeled him.
Mjs. Bohlander and Hanson finally left
the" house In each other's company and
the woman sued for a divorce, which
was granted a week ago.
Paul Bohlander, a labor leader, was liv r
ing happily with his wife In South Chi
cago until three months ago. They had
been married seven years. Lorenz Han
son, a teamster. ..was a close friend of the
husband. His frequent visits Indicated
a growing attachment for Mrs. Bohland
er, a vivacious woman, 30 years old.
Kohlander called his wife and Hanson to
gether and said:
"Minna has always been a good wife,
but if she thinks more of you than she
does of me I am willing, she should' go
with you. She would better get a di
vorce'." . . . *
The divorced wife Is at her former
husB&nfl'ij house. He is living at a hotel.
The victim of the assault Is In bed.
CHICAGO, Sept. 6.— In South Chicago
lives a man who allowed his -wife to pro
cure a divorce that she might marry an
other. When "the other man refused to
wed her the husband gave him a beating.
Special Dispatch to The Call
The train was made up of five cars and
was pulled S by " locomotive No. 1460. In
charge of Engineer William Dunton.
This locomotive is of the new Atlantic
type, weighing 177,000 pounds. It. is the
most powerful style in service on the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad. An extra large
water -tank helped . in this performance,
saving stops for water. From Garrett
into. Chicago another locomotive of the
same type 'took, the; train*, On this run a
speed of seventy-six miles an hour wad
reached. \ The performance between Chi
cago. Junction- and Garrett could have
been duplicated had not tne ; train been
blocked by train ahead. This compelled
slowing down- several times. The dis
tance of 131 miles between Garrett, Ind.,
and South Chicago was, however, cov
ered in 153 minutes, making the whole run
of . 259 miles in = 278 minutes. .
CHICAGO, Sept. 6— A new world's rec
ord for -long distance running: was made
by a passenger train, on the Baltimore and
Ohip Railroad early this morning.. A
stretch of 128 miles was covered in 125
minutes. 'No" stops were made. The dis
tance traversed is between Chicago Junc
tion, Ohio, and Garrett, Ind. During the
run a speed -of eighty- five miles an hour
was .reached. This was the maximum..
Bursts of speed at seventy and seventy-,
five miles. an hour were frequent. •
When She Is Rejected He Ad
ministers Beating to
?¦-¦'. His Rival.
Locomotive Used Is of New
Type and Carries Extra
Helps Wife to Get Di
vorce in Order to
Traverses a Stretch of
128 Miles in 125
AS CUPID'S ALLY
THE SAN FB AN CISCO CALL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1903.
GARDEN CITY IN GALA GARB
WILL WELCOME NATIVE SONS
(Mala Line. Foot of Market Street.)
I»atk — Fiom Skptimbib 2. 1903. — a kbit ¦
7.00* Benlcla, Salaun. £lmlrs aad Sacrv
7.00a. V»c»TUle, "Winters, Ramior. 7^5*
7.30* Martinez. Sna Bimoo, Vallejo,
Xapa, Calt.itoe«. Sanf»Itos» 8 25r
7.30i Xlles. Llrermore, L3tUrop. Stock-
8.00a Datls, Woodland. Knlshu L*a<tiair.
Marrsvllle. OroTll!-, (connects
•tMarytYine for Grldler, li'.ss*
8.00a Atlantic Expre»»— Ogaea and Eim. 10.25a
8 0Oa Port Costa. Martinez. Antloch. By-
ron.Tracy, Stoc it ton, sacrsm e n to.
Lot Bano*. Mendota, II aa ford,
Vlsalla. PorterrUlo 4^5,
8.00a Port Cot to, Martinez. Tracy. Lato-
rop, Modesto. Merced. Fresno,
Gosnen Junction, Ilanford, VI-
•all*. Bakenfleld 5.23^
8.30a Shut* Kxpreas— Darla, *i:;i»mi
(for Bartlett Spr!ae»). Wlllovi,
tFruto. Ked PlnS. Portland 7.857
830i KUf «, Ban Jose, Lirennore, Stock-
MarysTllle. Cnlca, Red Bluff 4.2S»
8.30a OaSdale. Chinese, Jamestown. So-
nor*. Taolnmn- and Angela 425p
9.00a Martinez and Way Swtloot 6 5op
10 00a Vallejo- :..- 12-2i»
10 00a El Pa*o Passengrr. Eastbonnd.—
Port Costa, Martlne*. Byroa.
Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton,
Merced. Raymond. Fresno, Han-
ford. Visalia, Bakertaeld. Los
Angeles and El Paso. fWest-
boand arrives Tla Coatt Line)... O33f
10.00a The Or«rland Limited — Ugdea.
DenTer. Omnha, ChlcaKOu »23»
12 00x Hayward, Niles and Way Stations. S-2Sp
t1 .00r Saersmento Ulrer Steamers tl 1 .OOf
330r Benlcia, Winters, Sacramento,
Woodland. Williams, Coluia. Wtl-
lows. Knights Landing. Marys-
Tllle, OroTtlle and way *tatl»ns.. IO.BSa
3.30p Hayward,5Hle»andWay8Utloas.. 768p
4 COr Martlnez.San tUmon.Tallejo.Kapa,
C'allstopn, Santa It-ja» .!¦»?*
4.00p Martinet. Tracy.Lathrop.Stockton. 10 25*
400p Klles.LlTennore.8tocktOB.Lo4I.. 4.25*
43Cr Hayward. Nlles. IrTiagton, Suit t3.55*
Jose. LtTennore f tl 1.55a
BCOr The Owl Limited— Fresno. Tulare,
BakeriQeld, Loa Angeles 8.35 a
6. 0Op Port Coita. Traoy. Stockton, Lot
tS30r Hayward. Nlles and San Jo** 7.25a
6-OOp Hayward. lilies and San Jose 1025a
GOOr Oriental Mall— Oxdcn. Dearer,
Omaha, St. Louie. Chicago and
East. Port Costa, Benicla, Sat-
san, Elmlra, Carts, Sacramento,
r.ocklln. Auburn. Colfai.
Truckee. Boca, litno, W«df
worth, Winneinucca, Battla
Mountain. F.lko 423P
ft.. Reno, Traekee, Sacramento* DaTls,
Suisun, Bcnlcla, Port CosU 7 55 a
B.OOr Yallejo, dally, except Sunday..., 1 7 K5
7.00y Vallejo, Sunday only f /l0Br
7.00r Ean Pablo. Port Costa, Marttnea
andTVay Statlona. 11-25a
8 CSr Oregon * California Express — Sac-
ramento. MarysTllle. Redding.
Portland. Puget Sound and East. 8-55a
9.10? Hayward. SUes and San Jose (Saa-
11.25? Port Costa. Tracy. Lathrop. Mo-
desto. Merced. Raymond (to To- ¦
Semite). Fresno, Ilanford. VI-
sa.Ua. BakcrsCeld 12 23"
COAST LINE <J«arrp«T Uaaf«). -
(Foot of Market Street.)
746a Santa Crm Excursion /Sunday
8.15a Newark. CenterTllle. San Joso.
Felton. Bonlaer Creek, Santa
Cruz and Way Stations 8 25P
t2.15r Newark, Centerrllle, San Jose,
New Almaden. Los Oatos.Felton,
Bonlder Creek. Santa Crux and
Principal War Stations 1055a
4-1Sr Newark, San Jo«e, Los Gatoi and
way stations (on Saturday and
Sunday runs through to Santa
Cruz: Monday only from Santa
Crnz). Connects at Felton to
and from Bonlder Cr«rk t3.55 A
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY.
From SAN FRANCISCO, Foot of Market St. (Slip <)
— tf:» t:00 11:00a.m. 1.00 3.00 6.18 TM.
From OAKLAND. Foot of Broadway — 16:00 i3:00
18:03 10:00 a.m. 12 00 200 400 P.M.
COAST LINE (Broad Ua««-.).
C3T Cffalrd and Town«and Streets.)
6.10a San Jose and Way Stations 8 30p
1700 a San Jose and Way Stations 5 33p
; 7.15a Monterey and Santa Cruz Excur-
! slon (Sunday only) 8 30p
800a New Almaden (Tues., Frld.. only). 4-10'
8 00a Coast Line Limited — StopsonlySaa
'<,.. . Jose. Gllroy (connection for Hol-
] lister), Pajaro. CastroTllle. 8a- -
Unas. San Ardo, Paso Robles, - -
Panta Margarita, Sun Luis Obtspo.
Uuadalupe. Surf (connection for
Lompoc). Santa Barbara, Sangus
and Los Angeles. Connection at
CastroTllle to and from Monterey
andPaciflc Grove 10.45'
8.00a San Jose. Tres Plnos, Capltola,
San Lnls Obupo and Principal
Intermediate Stations 4.TO
TO-3Oa Ean Jose and Way Stations 120?
11- 00a Cemetery Passenger— South San
Francisco, San Bruno 1.05?
11 30a Saat* Clara. £an Jose, Los Gatoa
and Way Stations 7-30>
a130r San Jose and Way Stations x 700f
2. COP San Jose and Way Stations 19 40 a
2.30p Cemetery Passenger— South San
Francisco, San Bruno 4.35r
t3.COP Del Monte Express— Santa Clara,
Can Joso, Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove (connects at Santa
Clara for Santa Crux. Boulder
Creek and Narrow Gauge Points) t1 2-1 5r
3 JOp Pacific Grove and Way Stations—
Menlo Park. Palo Alto Mayneld,
Mountain View. Lawrence. Sants>
Clara. San Jose, (Gllroy. Ilollla-
ter. Tres Plnos), Pajaro. Watson-
Tllle. Capltola. Santa Cruz. Cas-
troTllle, Salinas 10 45a
4-30p San Joso and Way Stations 8 35*
b COr Ssn Jose. (Tin Santa Clara) Los
(iatos, Wright and Principal Way
Stations (except Sunday) 9 COa
55-3CP San Jose and Principal Way Stations ti.COA
Car loi. Ked wood. Fair Oaka, -»¦
Menlo Park. Palo Alto t9.45P
G.IOr San Jose and Way Statlona. 638*
7 COp Sunset Limited, Eastbonnd.— San
Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los
Angeles, Demtng. El Paso. New
Orleans, New York. (Westbound
arrlTcs Tla SxnJosqtitn Valley)... v-8.25a
8. OOP Palo Alto and Way Buttons 10.18*
1 1. 30 p South San Francisco. Mlllbrae,')
Burllngame. San Mateo. Be>
a mont, San Carlo*, Redwood, , a .- '
F»lr Oaks. Menlo Park, Palo ¦ ISJat
Alto. Mayfleld. Mountain View. +«•*»*
Sunnyvale. Lawrence. Santa
Clara and San Jose J
A for .Morn in if. P for Afternoon.
X Saturday and Sunday only. j Sunday only.
t 6tops at ail stations on Sunday,
t Sunday excepted. « Saturday only.
'Via Coast Line. xt Via San J oaquln Valley.
6 R<*no trstn eastbonnd disconttnned.
ry Only trains stopping at Valencia St. ponthboun*
axe«:10 A.M..t7:00A.M,n:COA.M ..8:30 P.M. and kJQr.l,
(g^^^^^)TO SAN RAFAEL
K^^Hp SAN OUENTIN,
fcfftSwa CAZAD ERO, ETC.
l^^^^^^^y&ll via Sausalito Ferry
WEEk~I>AT&-^Hollday» excepted>— 6:43,
f7:43, 8:45. 0:43, U a. m.. 12:20, n:43. S.U.
4:13. t5:13. "«:W. 6:45> °« 11:43 P- m "
7:45 a- m. train week daya does not run u>
"sCNDATS AND LEGAL HOUDAT9_7.
iS t«»» t*10, 11. tll:3O a. m.. n2-Ui fl.JO.
2::;5, •3:50. 5. 6. 7:S0. 9. 11:45 p. ™-
Trains marked (•) run to San <****"*•
Those marked (t) to Fairfax, except 3:15 p. m.
Saturdays. On Saturdays the 3:15 P. m. train
Tn^M^AFAELTO SAK FHANC^SCO
10^UNDAYS-«:15. 7:35. tS:W. 9A0 »©.».
tll-45 a m.. 12:50. 2:30, |3:23. 4:40. J5:5O.
6-53 7:S5. 10:20 p. m. ir
Tralns marked <t) start from San Quratin-
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRAN-
CISCO— -Week days— 6:45. «:?<>. 7 i 45 -. 5" 2'
9:45. lT:10 a. m.. 12:40, 2:45. 4:13. 5:10. 7:05.
10^UNDAYS-«:35. 7:55. 10, 11:10 a. m.. 12:C3.
105 °-40 3:45. 4:55. 6:05. 7:10. 10:40 p. m.
*•«"• - • THR oUGH TRAINS.
7:45 a. m.. week days— Caxadero and way
5:15 p. m.. week days (Saturdays excepted)—
Tomalen and way statlotw.
S:15 p. m., Saturdays — Cazadero and way
Sundays and Lea;al Holidays^ — 9 a. m., Caza-
dero and way stations.
Sundays and Legal Holidays — 10 a. ra., Polat
Reyes and way stations.
TICKET OFFICE— €26 Market at.
FERRY— Foot ot Market at.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS RAILWAY
Leave , Tla Swalilo twrj Arrvvts
SsmFran. ** * HartM a. San Fraa.
W«ki San- TB San- I WccT
»;45a 8:OOa f^sMrW£a Vi-.OOt, 57T5X
l:4Bp »:OOa l?»Sg»Ly lX:OOr 3:3O»
Bslftp IO-.OOa V^£<Sv 3:3Op 5;SOr
fctersjsys salj. tnrs Txnn T 9i30T.smwlJ. : l:3f>r
TICUT t «QA Maxkmt St- (North Store Railroad;
077ICB I aad Sausauto Fkhry Foot aiarkat St.
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sleeping cars, and service that you will
We like to consider those who
patronize as as our guests and endeavor
to treat them as such. Our sleeping
care are modern, roomy, comfortable.
They have all the conveniences of-a
standard Pullman car at less than half
the expense. Save your money.
Join one of our parties and yon will
have pleasant company and the serv-
ices of a special conductor who goes
1 through with each party.
Kindly drop me a* line if you are
W. D. SANBORN, Gen'l Agl Burlington Route,
f 631 Market Streef, San Francisco.
I CALIFORNIA |
I LIMITED TO CHICAGO | j
H leaves Monday* and Thursdays k( ».M a.m. H 1
ffl Through la J days with Din*ri ind all trappings. FJ
|4 Our other trains to at f J
H 7:30**1 1 for Stockton, Fresno, tj
B 1:33am > Bakerafield. Merced. II
H 8:C0pm ) Hanford, Visalia. f f|
H 4:00PM for Stockton. ||
g 8:00PM for Kansas City and Chicago. I j
H Office. 641 Market St., and in Perry I
gg Depot; 1112 Broadway, Oakland. I
II Train* Icavt Marktt Strttt Firry. I, '
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN BY. CO.
SAN FRAKGISGO ANU NORTH PACIFIC
Tiburon Ferry, Foot of Market St.
saw raAircisco to sax kafaei..
AVEEK DAYS— 7:30. 8:00. 9:00, 11:00, a. m.;
12:35, 2:30. 3:40, 5:10. 5:50, 6:30 and 11:30
p. m. .
Saturdays — Extra trip at 1:30 p. m. \
SUNDAYS— T:30. 8:0O. 0:30 11:00 a. m.; 1:30,
2:30, 3:40. 5:10, 6:30. 11:30 p. m.
SAW KAPAEI. TO SAN rBANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— B:05. C:50, 7:35. 7:50. 9-20
11:15 a. m.; 12:30. »2:00, 3:40. 5:00 5:20,
6:25 p. m. .
Saturdays— Extra trip at 1:45 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 6:50. 7::J5 9:20. 11:15 a. m.: 1:43
3:40, 4:50, 5:00, 5:20, 6:10. 0:25 p. m.
Leave I In Effect | Arrive
San Francisco.! May 3. 1003. |San Francisco.
W>ek I Sun- I Destlna. I Sun- J Week
Days. | daya. | tlon. (days. | Days.
7:30 a| 7:43 a 7:45 a
7:30a 8:00a R:40a 8:40a
8:00a 0:30a Ignaclo. 10:2Oa 10:20a
2:30 p 2:."0p 6:00 p «:2O p
5:10 p 5:10 p 0:20 p ,7:25 d
7225_p - m
7:30 a 7:30 a 7:45 a 7:4s"a
S:OOa 8:00 a Novato. 10:20 a 10:20 a
2:30p 6:30 a Petaluma. 6:20 p 6:20 p
0:10 p 2:30 p and 7:25 p 7:25 p
r 5:10 p Santa Rosa.
7:30 a 7:30 a 10:20 a 10:20 a
8:00a 8:00 a Fulton. 7:25 p 6:20 p
2:30 p 2:30 p 7:25 p
7:30 a 7:30 a HeaJdsburg;, 10:20 a 1 10:20 a
2:30 p 2:30 p Geyserville 7:25 p 7:25 p
7:30al7:30a! Hopland. 110:20 «|10*>0 a
2:30 p| 2:30 p[ and Uklah. | 7:23 p| 7:25 p
7:30 a| 7:30 a! Wtlllts. I 7:23 p| 7:25 p
8:00 a! 8:00 al Camp Vacation. 110:20 a!lO:20 a
2:30 p| 2:30 p| Guemevllle. | 7:25 pj 6:20 p
8:00a| 8:00a| Sonoma. I 8:40 at .S-40a
5:10 p| 5:10 p| Glen Ellen. | 6:00 pj 6:20 p
7:30 al 7:30 al 110:20 a|10:20 a
2:30 p| 2:30 pi Sebastopol. '[ 7:25 p| 6:20 p
STAGES connect at Green Brae for Sat}
Quentln; at Santa Kosa for "Whit* Sulphur
Spring*; at Fulton for Altrurta and Mark West
Springs; at Lytton for Lytton Springs; at Gey-,
servllle for Skaggs Springs; at Cloverdale for
the Geysers.- Boonev11]« and Greenwood: at
Hopland for Duncan Springs. Highland Springs,
Kelsejrville. Carlsbad Springs, Soda Bay, Lake-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uklah for Vichy
Springs, Saratoga Springs. Blue Lakes. Laurel
Dell Lake. Witter Springs. Upper Lake. Pomo.
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside. L.ierly'3
Bucknell's, Sanhedrin Heights, Hullville. Orr'i
Hot Springs. Halfway House. Comptche. Camp
Steven*. Hopkins. Mendoctno City. Fort Bras*.
"Westport. Usal: at Willlts. for Fort Bragg,
Westport. Sherwood. Cahto, Covello, Layton-
vllle. Cummings. Bell's Springs. Harris. Ol-
sen's. Dyer, - Garberrille, Pepperwood, Scotia
- Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at
reduced rates. ¦ .
On Sunday — Round-trip tickets to ¦ all points
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket office. 630 Market street. Chronicla
H. C. WHITING. It X. RYAN.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Fan. Aart.