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Stages run daily between Boulder Creek and
BlR Basin Park, connecting with Southern Pa
clflc Coast Line. Leave BouWer Creek 1:15
p m... arriving at the Park 3:00 p. m. ; leave
the Park (Sundays exeepted) at 0:00 a." m., ar
rivlnir Boulder Creek 11:00 a. m. Stage fare,
round trip. $2; free bagRaye allowed. 40 lbs.
Round-trip tickets from 8an Francisco to the
Park sold for $5 -In San Francisco. Oakland
aad Alameda by Southern Pacific ageou, . •
Stage Service to Big Basin.
A white Russian priest must be
married, but he cannot marry a second
tl me . if his wife dies he must enter
a monastery. Hence the Russians tell
many ' stories of the extraordinary
means, to which the priests resort in
guarding the' health of their wives.
If the consort sneezes a mild
panic ensues In. the household.—
"Yes,;ma-am; an* he 'ad j-u-s* paid
six-ty ni-iie dol-larp' fer 'im," . inter
rupted and concluded the youngster.-—
The teacher of a primary grade in
one of the public schools in the Eight
eenth Ward was made the confidant
by a young pupil of the following .hard
luck story. The little chap * is noted
for a slowness of speech, which Is
offset, however, by a directness of
statement that goes "straight to the
marrow of any subject. He said: : .
"Miss J-o-n-e-s, pop wuz 1-e-a-d-l-n'
a horse 1-a-s-t hl-ght, an' he dro-pped
d-e-a-d."--- 1 ¦" . : ,'. ¦'¦ ••¦ : ' \
"That's too bad, Johnnie.; I—" ..
Short . Hard Luck Story.
The biggest carving knife ever
manufactured is thirty feet in length
and has an edge as sharp as a razor.
It is made out of the finest steel and
the handle is a masterpiece of the cut
ler's art, elaborately carved and beau
tifully polished. It would take a veri
table giant to wield a knife like this.
The blade is altogether of American
manufacture and it is expected, to
show that American cutlery has now
reached a point of perfection where it
fears no rivalry. The giant carving
knife cost several - thousand dollars
and special machinery had to be made
before its construction could begin.
No such knife was ever before manu
factured. — Jewelers' Circular Weekly.
Knife Blade Thirty Feet Long •
Several days ago there was an ex
cursion train run from Guthrle to El
Reno over the St. Louis, El Reno and
Western. A number of society belles
were aboard. Everybody was having
a good time, and Just after the train
left Piedmont the conductor noticed
two of the Klrls smoking cigarettes.
He ordered the train stopped in the
country, and put the girls off the train.
They had to walk a number of miles
to a olace where they could hire a
team, and It took them all day and
part of the succeeding night to make
the trip overland to Guthrle. The girls
employed attorneys to sue the road for
damages. This news reached the gen
eral manager, and the matter was set
tled by the railroad company out of
court The manager said that the con
ductor should know that a person with
a paid ticket could not be put off the,
train.— Kansas City Journal.
Giddy Society Belles.
ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMENT.— A war
rant was Issued yesterday for the arrest of
Harry K Rodger*, who Is accused by L. Ev
erett, roa'nager of Getr Bros., with embezzling
the sum of $SH 75.
Yerba de mate stimulates brain,
nerves, heart and kidneys. The shrub
is " . a species of holly, the leaves of
which . are roasted and pulverized.
South Americans drink it as we do
punches out of a loving cup, passing
a bowl of It around a circle. for each
to .suck up a swallow through a bom
bllla. The afternoon tea is in danger
of being supplanted by the afternoon
mate. An ultra fashionable woman liv
ing on East Fifty-third street sent. out
invitations one day last week to her
"Five O'clock Mate." Some callers
who were unfamiliar with the South
American brand of. tea wanted to know
the meaning of "mate." The hostess
charmingly explained that it was
"mahtay." The taste Is not more dif
ficult to acQiilre than that for-ordi
nary tea or coffee.— New York Press.
The Afternoon Mate.
At a recent meeting of an agricul
tural society at Verulam, Natal, a
speaker gave some Interesting details
regarding the deadly native intoxicant
made from treacle.
An analysis of this drink — which is
called Isltshlmiyana — by an eminent
doctor showed that it was 50 per cent
stronger than any known alcohol. Four
milk-tins full given to a pig produced
death in half an hour. This poisonous
stuff is taking the place of Kaffir beer,
and is exterminating the population on
the coast. Whole kraals, including
women and little children of four years
old, • have been seen reeling drunk,
said the speaker, according to the Na
tal Mercury, and the scenes of de
bauchery which followed cannot be de
scribed. — London Dally Mail.
A Strong Drink.
HONOLULU. May 19. — The United
States cruiser Tacoma is about to start
from here for San Francisco by a
roundabout route. She will go first
to a location between here and Pan
ama In search of an unknown island,
which has been reported many times.
J. D. Hague of New York is on
board the Tacoma and will conduct
the soundings. He says he believes it
probable that the warship Levant,
which disappeared after leaving Hilo
in August. 1860, was wrecked on this
island. He expects to find traces of
this vessel and thinks it possible that
there may still be some of her sur
vivors on the island. This view was
presented by Hague to Secretary of
the Navy Moody, and he finally in
duced Moody to order the Tacoma to
go in search of the island.
Hague avers that there is strong
evidence of the existence of the island
and he thinks it probably is habitable,
as was reported by Captain John De
greaves in 1859. There are also cir
cumstantial indications that the Le
vant was wrecked there and that she
did not founder at sea. Hague has
been conducting investigations here.
He has found a spar which drifted to
Hawaii in 1861 and says he believes
it belonged to the Levant.
Secretary of the Navy Moody Directs
the Tncoma to Go Out on an
CRUISER IS TO SEARCH
tX3R AN UNKNOWN ISLAND
BUFFALO, 1ST. Y., May 19.— The Gen
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church in the United States was this
afternoon stampeded for Rev. J. Addi
son Henry of Philadelphia for modera
tor. Dr. Henry was elected unani
mously" almost before the other lead
ing candidates for the position knew
what was going on.. Three minutes
before Dr. Henry was chosen It was
thought Rev. James R. Moftatt of
Washington-Jefferson College would be
elected on the second ballot at least.
The other prominent candidate was
Rev. Dr. Howard A. Johnston of New
York. It was while the friends of Dr.
Moffatt and Dr. Johnston were prepar
ing to nominate their respective candi
dates that the stampede for Dr. Henry
started and he was elected within
twenty minutes. Dr. Moffatt's cam
paign had been carefully conducted for
months by his friends, whereas Dr.
Henry did not come Into the contest
until the last few days.
Pre-destination and the educational
qualifications for the ministry were
among the questions discussed to-day.
The plan of the proposed union with
the Cumberland faction will give rise
to' an Interesting debate. While the
Presbyterian Assembly is meeting here
the General Assembly of the Cumber
land Church will be held at Dallas, Tex.
Upon their decisions depend the ques
tion-whether the Cumberland Church
shall be restored' to Christian fellow
ship, with its membership of 185,000,
mostly in the south, and southwest.
Upon this decision alsto will depend the
future maintenance of a separate color
ed church with separate presbyteries,
as are now being maintained under the
Moderator of the Presbyterian
Philadelphia Clergyman Is Elected
FRILINDS OF DR. HENRY
STAMPEDE THE ASSEMBLY
A United States Civil Service exam
ination will be held on June 22 at^San
Francisco, Los Angelea, Fresno and
3l.iryRvl1l«* and at Reno. New. for the
position of assistant in the Philippine
Service. Salaries are from S1300 to
.$1400 per annum. Among the op
jional branches are bookkeeping, fin
,anee. chemistry, civil engineering,
tlectrkal engineering, agriculture and
the Spanish language. The age limit
is .16 to 40 years. Application may
fcjf made to the 5ecr«»tary, 301 Jackson
t-treet, San Francisco, or to the United
'^Tat^s Civil Service Commission at
•Washington, D. C; for blank forms.
Philippine Assistant Wanted.
MOTHER AND CHILD FALL FROM CAR.
— rMrs. Harrington of 114 Twelfth street and
her baby girl were thrown off a Fillmdre-street
car at Church and Thirteenth streets last
night. Both were badly injured.
This ballot resulted in the election of
Dr. Burt of Rome, but the vote will not
be stated before it is announced at to
morrow's session of the conference.
Drs. Cook. Neely and Wilson lacked
only a few votes of election and their
friends predict that to-morrow's ballot
ing , will result in their election.
There has been a growing conviction
that the South must be honored and it
appears that a colored Bishop is out of
the question. • . '
About the corridors of the hotels to
night there were loud protests uttered
on every hand against Dr. Day's with
drawal, and a conclusion was reached
to revive his boom to-morrow morning.
Besides these strong leaders Dr. Jen
nings, the successful agent of the West
ern Book Concern, and Dr. George P.
Eckman, the representative pastor of
the great metropolis of the East, must
be reckoned with.
A feature of .this ballot 'was the sur
prising gain made by Dr. L. B. Wilson
of Baltimore. On the third ballot he
received ?77 and on the fourth 345. The
fifth ballot was taken immediately after
the result of the fourth had been an
nounced and the conference adjourned
until ' to-morrow morning. Meantime
the tellers worked until after midnight
counting the votes. -
This fact is a great surprise to the
delegates themselves. It required a
week's balloting four years ago to
elect two in Chicago.
. On the third ballot, the first taken
to-day, Dr. Bashford received 480 votes,
Dr. T. B. Neely 407, Dr. Burt 389, Dr.
R. J. Cook 3S4 and Dr. James R. Day,'
chancellor of the Syracuse University,
297. These were the leaders in the
voting, but as 489 votes were necessary
to elect, the ballot resulted In no elec
tion and another ballot was ordered. .
Dr. Day arose and withdrew from
the contest, begging his friends not to
vote for him again. In the fourth bal
lot it was announced that 483 votes
were necessary to a choice. Dr. J. W.
Bashford received 525 and wa,s declared
elected. Dr. William Burt received 452,
Dr. T. B. Neely 440 and Dr. R. J. Cook
LOS' ANGELES, May 19.— Three
ballots were taken to-day by the
Methodist General Conference for the
election of the Bishops, but only two
of them resulted in a choice. The Rev.
J. W. Bashford, D. D., president of the
Ohio ,Wesleyan University, was elected
on the fourth ballot and the Rev. Wil
liam Burt, D. D., of Rome Italy, was
chosen on the fifth. Five in all have
now been elected— Berry, Spellmeyer,
McDowell, Bashford and Burt.
PRELATES OF METHODIST EPISCO
PAL. CHURCH WHO HAVE BEEN
PROMINENT AT LOS ANGELES.
No action of interest to the order at
large was taken at to-day's session,
according to the secretary, but there
is some quiet electioneering going on
for favorite candidates for the high
•offices to be chosen in a few days.
Two names are prominently mentioned
in connection with the office of assist
ant grand chief engineer. They are
M. W. Cadle of Sedalia, Mo., and S. A.
Bickford of Pennsylvania. It was said
i to-day that Bickford was in the lead
! for the honor, but no test of the
I strength of the candidates will come
j before the day of balloting arrives. It
! is believed Chief Engineer Stone will
I be re-elected. - .
LOS ANGELES, May 19.— The
Brptherhood of Locomotive Engineers
mixed business with pleasure to-day,
holding 1 a morning executive session
and 'visiting Chutes Park in the after
noon, where a special programme had
been provided for their entertainment.
Members of the Brotherhood Discuss
> . the Selection of Men for
HOLD QUIET SESSION
BAKERSFIELD, May 19.— Besides
the election of grand officers for the
ensuing year the most important ac
tion taken by the Pythian Grand Lodge
to-day was. the adoption of a resolu-"
tion instructing the supreme repre
sentatives to use their influence when
the Supreme. Lodge meets at Louisville",
Ky., in August, to obtain such legisla
tion as will enable the Rathbone Sis
ters to receive official recognition at
the hands of the parent order an'd to
change their name to Pythian Sisters,
at the same time retaining the Knights
as members. This matter has been be
fore the supreme body several times,
but as the value of the order as an aux
iliary is becoming recognized more
every year, it is thought that the ef
fort may be successful. . The resolu
tion was introduced by the Grand Tem
ple. An unsuccessful, effort was also
made to repeal the law enacted last
session making the term of officers in
subordinate lodges one year instead of
six months. After a long ' discussion
the resolution was withdrawn, the
chief argument being that the new
rule had not been fairly tried. The
only contest of importance for the of
fice of grand prelate .was won by M.
L. Short^of Hanford, Superior Judge of
Special Dispatch to The Call.
The third and closing session nf the
Lacific Coast Oonfert.T.ce of Unitarian
ai;"d other Christian churches was held
# 5.wterday at the Second Unitarian
Chjurch, Twentieth and Capp streets.
*'Thj? Church and Social Service," was
•the subject of an address by the Rev.
CHristc-pher Kuess, who said In part:
• t An;oci the slums of thi» coming timi are '
th»-. soc 4 «tl *etUfir.ent and th* institutional
etiurcta- mcven-.tnt. neither or *rblch «a thtir '.
\t*-s*zit term u= mere than forty years old.
The «kTfal ("itlltrmnt It or.f of the moft
t>i»i-racl«TiMic vxprwsions of the distinctively .
Vnrlslian eJenjt-nt in nwdern civliizat:un. In '
»•• fa» as it hat bworm- .^;nral J !rom the :
jT.rirtian ct-.utrti it Jia» becomt a standing
n buke of <Tir1stian Inactivity.
It is a menace to our hipher life that Chri»- ;
Uvg support of social t^-rvice undertakings is !
_*¦•. t^rovaleTitly anonymcuf. We should *m>j>ort ;
"«ur* !-¦¦¦•:»»: p*til'mt-nts. Associated Charities ;
«r.d a!l other :>hilanthro:>it* in the r.anie of .
tnr.t-hurvh, not that we crave the credit for '.
<dctfpc tood, but that oetjr po can we strengthen j
• '¦<? churches themselves and lncr?a*e the vr>l- j
"u,-ne of wise and preventive charity which j
tfapy insoiif and but for which our i>hilan- j
Ihrcry would languish.
".Tile Rev. Maxwell Sands Savage of
/<e,dlar.ds delivered an address in the
nft*rnoon entitled ' # The Church and
3rTC8*nt Day Problems; Has the Uni- I
T.:Han Church a Special Point View'" .
¦ The speaker said in part:
The fmtarian church is not a .police force, i
net i*.it a church mijitsnt. It puts peopie on
. r+>*ir Hens*- of honor, not commanding or bo«j"- :
Ire; but uufcgesting and pointing out those '
tr.inm which are pood for the *uul.
• It is interesting to »e« the stir which •
<«rton Heneun hat made in hi* own Church of '
Tnrisnd by hi» Ut» article In ths Contem- :
I- -/ary lifview. We ere plad to s?<? it, for It
means growing lifF. Out that which Is their !
jriibleni ro <1T v»as our problem over a tren- '.
•¦ration ago. We do not look at Canon Hen- :
».T»"or I.yman Abbott with apprehension, but ;
>a?h«- with rejoicing, for they are coming our
•The Rev. George W. Fuller gave an '
address on •"Th* Minister as a Special- :
The Woman's Alliance meeting was
addressed by delegates and the Minis
ters' Conference listened to a paper by
thr» Rev. W. II. Jones, his subject be
ir.j; •"Practical Problems cf the Pastor." i
The following were chosen fcr the
bfiard of director?: W. P. Olds of Port- ;
!nnd, president; William ii. Payson, '
Berkeley, vice president; Rev. Christo
pher Rue?s, Alameda, secretary; Ja
b!sh Clement, treasurer; Horace Davis,
'liev. W. D. Simonds, Rev. Bradford
Leavitt. Rev. B. F. Ooodridge and j
Stoddard Jess. Unitarian headquar- ;
fere — llev. George W, Stc-ne, field secre- •
i«ry. 374 Sutter street, San Francisco; '
Hev. TT. G. Elicrt Jr., superintendent
f6r Oregon and Washington, 681 Schuy- \
ler street. Portland, Oregon.
Tho cor.ferenoe was brought to a sue- ;
r'f;:fu! close last evening with ad
dregses by Dr. Cressey. the Rev. W. '•
JW. Jor.es and the Rev. Jay William ;
' *A hearty vote of thanks was ten
dered the Rev. Mr. Hudson and the
• la&ies of the Second Unitarian Church
ftir their hospitality.
Superior Judge Short of
Kings County Wins the
Position of Grand Prelate
PAST EFFOBT EEXEWED
WvU Known Ministers Pre
sent Important Topics for
• the Workers' Attention
•MIOBLEMS OF THE HOUR
Special Dispatch to The Call.
* Interesting Discussion Be-
Jfprc Closing Session of
" the Unitarian Conference
Kathbone Society to Have-Be
quest for New Designation
Presented in Convention
Interesting Election Is Held in the Southern Metrop
olis and the Withdrawal of One Clergyman
Stirs a Protest From Many Admiring Colleagues
OF THE CHURCH
FIVE NEW BISHOPS ON THE ROLL AT
LOS ANGELES METHODIST CONFERENCE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, MAY 20, ; 1904.
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' SOLJO fln.. 3c to 5c VELOX fin.. 3c to 6c
DAYLIGHT LOADING FILMS.* In all
peculiar siifs. at ry usual low prices.
Mall order* prcnfptly filled.
THAT MAN PITTS,
: . K. W. PITTS, the Stationer.
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set them right — it's simply and
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LEAVES DAILY |
»t 9:3Ot. m., tarouyli in 3 days, I
. with diner aad all trappings. 3
Other Santa Fa Trains:
n-Ko*' m "l for Stockton. Fresno. Bakcrsfleld.
8:00 %'. m. J Merced. Han ford and VU&11&.
4 :00 p. m. for Stockton. .
8:00 p. m. for Kansas City. Grand Canyon aad
TICKET OFFICES — 641 Market St. ana
Ferry Depot. S. F. Also 1112 Broad-
way. Oakland. CaL 27 Sontn Flrat St.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY. CO.
SAN FRANCISCU AKO NURTH PACIFIC
Tibnron Ferry. Foot oX Market Street.
SAW FRANCISCO TO 8A2T BAFAEI..
WEEK DAYB— T:ao. 3:0u. l>:w. 11 :w a. m..-
12:32, 2:30. 3:40, 5:10. 0:60. 6:30 and 11:30
Saturdays — Extra trip at 1:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 7:30. 8:00. 0:30. 11:00 a. m.; 1:30.
2:30. 3:40. 6:10. 6:30. 11:30 o. m.
SA2T RAFAEL TO SA2J PBAKCISCO.
AVKKK DAYS — 6:t*. 6:5«. T:a5. T;6O. *;M.
11:10 a, ro.: 12:&0. W.W>. 3:40, 0:0u. 5:l'->.
«:25 p. m. Saturday a— Extra trip at, l:H
SUNDAYS— 6:30. 7:35, »:20. 11:15 a. m.; 1:43,
2:40. 4:50. 5:00. 5:20. 6:25. 7:50 p. m. tEx-
Leave I In Effect I Arrlv*
San Fran. | May 1. 1904. ( San Fran.
Week I 8un- I Deatlna- J Sun- I Week
Day». I d«y». I tlon.. . | day*. [ Day*.
7:30a • ~ 7:4Jal 7:4»a
7:30a 8:00a 8:40a 8:40a
8:0O a 0:30 a l^nacla. 10:20 a 10:20 a
2:i0p 2:30 p * 6:00 p 6:2\t p
6:10 p 5:10 p n 6:20 p 7:25 p
? 7:2S p
/ 8:45 p ¦'
7:30 a 7:30 a • 7:45 a| 7:45 a '
8:00 a 8:00 a Novato. 10:20 a!lO:20 a
2:20 p 9:H0i PeUluma <S:20pl«:2up
6:10 p 2:30 p and 7:23 p] 7:23 s
5:10 p Santa Rosa. 8:45 p|
7:30 a 7:3Oal 10:20 a 10:20 a
8:00a 8:0»a| Fulton. 7:25pl6:2Op
3:30 p 2:J0p, 8:45 p 7:2Ap
7:30 a 7:30 a Healdsburg-. [10:20 a 10:20 a
2:30 p 2:30 p GeywrvlUe. 7:23p 7:23 p
7:30a| 7:30 at Hcpland 110:20 a|10:20 a
2:30 p| 2:30 p| andUklaa. (7:25p(7:23p
I I TVMlts. I I
7:30 a| 7:30 a | Sherwood. 1 7:25 p( 7:23 p
8:00 a| 8:00 aj Guernevllle and 110:20 a|10:20 a
2:30 p| 2:30 p( Camp Vacation. | 8:45 p^ B:20 p
8:00 a 8:00 a ¦ 8:40 af 8:40 a
6:10 p 0:30 a Sonoma. 8:00 p* 8:20 p
6:10 p Glen Ellen. 8:13 pj
7:30 a I 7:30 aj . lloT20~a|10:20 a
_2_:3O_pl_2:j5O_p|_ SebastopoL | 7:25 p| 6:20 p
STAGES cononct at Santa Rosa for White
Sulphur Spnnes: at Fulton for Altruria and
Mark West Sprlng-s; at Lytton for Lytton
Springs; at Gjyservllle fcr Pkaggs Sprints; at
Cloverdale for the Geys*rs. Boonevtll« aad
Grcenvood: at Hopland for Duncan Kprlncj
HlcnUtd S-prlngs. KelAeyville. Carlabad
Eprlnga. Soda Bay. « Lakeport and BarUett
gprlnics; at Uktah for Vichy Spring*. Sarator»
Springs Blue Lakes. Laurel Del! Lake. Witter
Springs. Upper Lake. Porno. Potter Valley
John Day'a. Riverside. Llerley*a Buknella"
Eanhedrln Helehts. Hutlville. Orr** Hot
gpringe. Halfway Houe*. Comptche, . Cams
Elevens. Hopkln*. Mendoelno City. Fort Brag/
Westport. Usal: at Wllllts for Fort Bra**'
Westport. Sherwood. Cahto. Covelo, Layton-
»ille. Cum.nlns, Bell'a Springs. Harris, Ol-
icof Dyer. Garbervllle. Pepperwood. Scotia,
Saturday 'o Monday round-trip tickets at re-
On Sunday*— Round-trip ticket* to all point*
beyond Ean Rafael at half rates.
Ticket office. C50 Market street. CnronlcU
H. C WHIT1NO. R. X. RTAN,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt.
H ROSS VALLEY/'
MTT T VAT T FY
' Via Sausallto T*ttj.
SUBURBAN SERVICE. STANDARD GAUGE.
L'ena;- ir. lit >-¦•» Knini-isci . «>ik days, at
6-30 7:10, 7:45. 8:50. 0:15. 10:CO. 11:00 a. m.
<ll:4o a. m. Sausallto only*. li:20. 1:45. 3:15.
4:00 4:33. 5:1B. 5:5O. 6:23. 7:15. 9:00. 10:20,
11-35 p. m. Sundaya ari<J legaT holidays, depart
at\7:10. 7:45. 8:30. 0:15. 10:00. 11:00. 11:40
a. m... 12:20. 1:00. 1:45. 2:30. 3:15. 4rt». 4:35.
6:15. 5.50. 0:25. 7:15. 8:15, 0:00, 10:20. 11:33
'Arrive at San Francisco, wt^k day*, 6:1T.
7 00 7-35 8:15 8:45. 9:35. 10:20. 1J :05 a. m..
12^05 i-25 2:50. 3:35. '4:20. 5:08. 5:4O. 6:1ft.
6 55 '7:35 10:05, 11:23 p.m. On Sundays tnj
legal *iolldaya e*tra train* arrlr* at 12:45. 2:05,
8'5>O p. m
For Fairfax, week. day*, depart at 7:45 a. tn.,
3-15 p m.. 5:15 p. n». •'«*. Sat.) Ots Sundays
and legal holiday*, at 7:43. 8:30. 9:15, 10:00..
11:00. 11:40 a. m.. 12:20. 1:00. 1:45. 2:30. 7:15
I' and 8:15 p. m; ' - - . ¦
> THROUGH TRAINS.
7-45 a m. dally — Cazadero and way •tatlona.
' 8:15 a. m.. Sundaya only — For Point Reyes,
M 3:15 li. n. dally except Sunday— For Caza-
'5^15° p" rh. dally except Saturday and Sun-
day—For Point Reyes, etc. .
7 :15 p. m. Sunday* only — For Point Reyes,
etc •' <¦ * ¦' "¦"
¦ 8-15 P. *n- Sundaya only — For Cazadero. etc
TICKET OFFICE — 626 Market St.
FERRT— Union Depot, foot of Market st.
The Weekly CaD.
$1 per Ysaiy
# Trains leave and are au»
to arrive mt
Fbox Mat IS. 1904.
(Toot of Market Street ) .
»«t» - MAIN LINTE. -*«»it«"
7 00* VncaTilIu. winter*. ISamwiy.. 750^
7.00 a Bealda. Salsun. Elmlraand Saera-
7.30a Vallpjo. Napa. Caliitoca. Santa
- llosa. Martinez, Stn U»mon 8-20''
7 33* SUM. Llvermore, Tracy. Latttrop.
f 00a Sb»»ta Express — (Via I>avti>.
Winums (tor Bartlstt Spring).
Willows, trruto. Ueil IMoS.
Portl»n<!. Taeoma. 7-50^
t C0» Davis. WooUland. KnUMs Luntllnj.
Mary»Tll!e, OroTlUe 7.50p
t-30* Port Costa, .Martinez. Antlocb.
Byron. Tracy. Stockton. New-
man. Loa llano*. Mendota,
ArtniM. lino font VI sal la.
8 30* Port Coita. Latbrop. Modesto,
Mrrcrd. Fretao. (lOfhcn Jaae-
.. tlon, Ilaaford, Vlsaiia, R.ikers-
t 30* Rile*. Ban Jote, Llverraore. Stoctc-
ton, (tMtltuD). lone. Sacramento.
Flacervlllo. Mary*TtlIe. Caico.
Red nin!T ... 420p
e.33* T>ak.1«I«. Chinese. Jameitowa. So-
sora. Tnolnmne and Anireta 420P
900* AtIantlcKxpre»»— OirJcnsad E»«». 11.20*
9.30a Richmond, Martinez and Way
Stations 8 50?
10 CO* The Overland Limited — Ogden.
Deaver. Omaba, Chicago. S20>>
10.00a Vall«Jo 1220*
10- 00* Los Ancele« Paiscncer — Port
Costa. Martinez, Byrun. Tracy.
Lsthrop. Stockton. Mrrced.
Raymond. Fresno. Oosbrn Junc-
tion, Hanford. Lrmoore. Vlsalta.
BakeriAeid. Los Anstelc* 7-20"
I2.G0* Ilayward. Nllrsniid TTay 8:atton». 3-2O)>
tiXOr Barrainento Hlver Steamers. til. 00?
3J0r Bentcla, Winter*. Saeramcnto.
Woodland. Knlshts Landlnc.
Marysvnie. OrovtUe and way
».30r Hayward.Xtlea and Way Sutlons.. 7&0p
3.30 r Port Costa. Martinez. lS>ron.
Tracy, Lathrop, ITodesto.
Merced, B«renda, Fresno and
Way Buttons beyond Port Costa 12-29r
340r Yoaemlte Valley, via Beresda aod
Wawoni 8 50*
3^0p Martinez. Tracy. Stockton. Lodt... 10 20*
4 COj- Uartlnez.8an IUmon.ValleJo.yapa,
Callstoca. S»nta lioaa.... 9 20*
4 00p Nlles. Tracy. Stockton. LoUl 4.20r
4 SOp Hay ward. Ktlea. Irrlngton. San) t8.60*.
Jose. Llvermore "J 111.50a
6-00r The Owl Limited— Nevmu. Los
llano*. Mcmtoia. Fresno. Tttlaro.
BskeriQeld. Los Anjeles. 8-50*
6 COr Port Costa. Tracy. Stockton 1220?
fo 30p Usyward. Nile* aod San Jane 7.20a
S.OOr Rayward. Klles and San Jo*« 9iO»
t.GOr Eaatero Express — Oitden. Denver,
Omaha. St. Louis. Chicago and
East. Port Costa, Oenlela. dui-
-lon. Elmlra, Davis. Sacramento,
Rock 1 In. Auburn, Col fax.
TrucVei. Bo^ca, lie no. \V»4.v
woria, W!nn«m;icca 5 20*
O.OOf Vallejo. daily, except Sunday I 7 KA>
700r Vallejo, 8onday only J '•¦•*
7.QQr Klchmond. San Pshlo. Port Costa,
Marttnss and Way Stations 11 20*
7 COr Oregon M Cnl!fornt» Kxpreis — t*«c-
rrvm«nto, Marysrtlte, Retldlng,
Port! «nrt, Pagct Bound *nd East. 8. 50*
8 0 5p Reno Paasenger— Trnckse, Lako
Tshoe ....:.. 7.50a
9.10r Hay ward. Kile* and 9tta Jute (Sun-
i dayonly) •. 11-50*
COAST LINE Oarrow Uaage).
<Koot o< Market Sueet.7
7.45 a Santa Crui Exear»!on<Sun<i»y only) 81 Ol*
S.ISa Newark. Centervtlie. 6aa Josa,
Fflton. BouUier CreoX 8uU
Crai and W«y St.tltons 553'
t2.16> Newark. Centerrille. Saa Jos*.
New Almaden. Los Gato*.?etton,
Boaider CrMk. Santa Crai and
Principal W«y Stattocs flO 55*
4.15P Newark. San Joae. Los€atos aad ? 4 8.8S «
way Ttatlonn : »M0 65«
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY..
FrouibAN rKAM'ISCU, Foutuf Market St. (51I»«»
—11:13 t:U) 11:1-0 a.m. 100 3 00 515 r.»
From OAKLAND. Foot of Broadway — t«:UO $1:*]
1S:a-» \\t-.m a.m. 1200 2.00. 400p.m.
COAST LINE <Dro«J <.««:•).
ty~(tai^ nuil Trtrrmend Streets.) <
6.10a Saa Jose and Way Stations 630p
1700a San Jose and W»y Stations 6 40r
7.15a Monterey and tf.iut* Cruz Excur-
sion (Sunday only) 10 30?
8.C0* Kew Almadeo (Tues.. FrlU., only), 4-10p
8 0(1* The Coaster— Stops only Saa J<»6. ,»»»»
Gilroy (connection for llollls-
ter;. Pajaro. Cajtrovllle (con-
nection to and from Monterey
and Paclflc Urore). Salinas. S*a
Ardo, Paso Robles. Santa Jlur-
. ffartta. San Luis Oblsp<v principal
stations thence Surf (conaeetloa
for Lomptio), principal station* ' *.
thence »»nt» Barbara.San Buena-
ventura, Bnrbsnk. Los Anzetea . 19. 41'
9.00a San Jose. Tres Plnos. Cspltola, . ¦»¦ -f-
San Luis OMspo and Principal
Way Station* 4.18*
I0JC* San Jose and Way Stations .. 1.20'
IU0* Santa Clara, San Jose. Los Uatas
and Tf.jSWflom Z;t Or
1 30r Saa Jose and W«y Stations • 33*
3 XOr Del Monte Xxpreos— Ssala Clara,
fcaa Juse, Del Monte. Monterey, ¦
Fsei11oGroY« (conaecti at Santm
Cam, except Snnday, for 9*nu
Crui. Boulder Creek and Narrow
Gau<e Points) at Gtlroy for Hoi-
Hsier. Tres plno«. at Pslaro for
Santa Cru, at C*»tro»llla for
Salinas --...». IJIIp
3-SOt Trea Plnos Wav Paa*«n**r 10 4**
4 iOr han Jo«e and Way Stations :.. tS-OO*
'SOOr ganU Clara, aan Jose. Les Gatoa,
and prtnetpal Wiy Stations (ex-
cfpt Bandar) t9 00*
!530p SanJoseandPrlnelpanVaySutloii* 1940*
8 45*' 8uni*t Limited. — lt«dwo^<t. San
Jose.GtIrt>y.9allna«.pM»Koblea. ' .
Ean Lula Oblnpo, Santa Barter*,
Los Anj*le». benaiOK.' Kl Ps«o.
New OrfiDK. New York. Coo-
v^M necu at Pnjaro for Saata Cruz
aid at Ca»trovni»» for Paclflc
Grova and Way Stations 7-10t
tf.ib* Ei8Miteo.nert«forJ,Uelmmt.S*a ¦•,/.•
' . - Carlo*. Redwood, Fair O»X«.
MenloP»rlc. Palo Alto t*-*3*
6 JOf San Joe aad Way Stations. 6.38a
I.C0i» Pals Alto and War Stations 10. 15*
ltnijime, San Matoo, Belmont,
- * Baa Carlos. Redwood, Fair Oaks,
Memo Park, and PsJo^lw 9 45p
di.SOr Mayteld, Uoanuia View. Sanay-
.vale. Lawrence. SaaU Civ* aad
San Jon* t3-4»
A for Moraiait. Pfor Afternoo«.
t Saaday «zcept«l J Sanday only.
• Saturday only.
t Stops at all statloats on Snaday.
3r- Only trains stopping at Valencia St- (oatabomd
irf*:10 *.M.. 7:00a. X.. 7:13 A.*.. ll:aUA.«.. l:J0r.M,
»:30r.M. and 1:00 r. «.
Mt. Tamalpais Railway
• Leave ¦ Tn XamsaliU Ftrrj; ArrtT*
San Fraucixo f»H »t Xarktt SI I S»t> Fmiidaco
Week Snn- ffljBL,_ ani.-. Week "
Days. day«. J&ffifflK «i«y«: Days.
. ..10-.00* VS^^^M 2:05 r •11:05*.
10:00 a 11:00 a 3:35 p 3:35 r
1:45 r 12:20 r 6:^0 p 4 6:15r
6:16 r t:4lr xisy'jr 6:15 r 10-.0* r
• 4:35 r TT , 8:50 r ........
• TU Cnrlty C«r, * Taamlpaii U Mill filkf.
Ticket J624 Markkt St. (North dbore RatlroaJ)
Omen land tUOIAUTO ftuY, Foot ftUfkatat.
wSjai^L A, B. C. Bohemian A
N^^^& >U ¦ Beef is characterized by a pronounced and It
| Yy&r delightfnl hop aroma not to be found in any A&
|| • - .y-^;; other brand. This is dne to the use of the U
K^P^^^f^M THE AMERICAN BREW1NG co - ii
• By order of
We will offer *¦ choice list of
Investment, Residence and Un-
At our salesroom
Monday, May 23rd,
iq n /i
at 12 o'clock noon.
Terms: Only 1/e Cash
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