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AA— MRS. J. p. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $tt. at ber home, 1164 O'Farrfll;
ry letter. 4 questions. $1: phone FVanklln 5024.
A^— MR S. U H. \INNAIRD, ord.; con. dally.
nUrao*" 1 SUn N. Wed "' FrLt p ' ra> 14^
Mrs. Seal medium; nip*, dally; officiates at tnar-
rlages. funerals; dr.Thu. g p.m. 766 McAllister.
CLAIRVOYANTS
G KS I - 1 Ef^ 1 - 55 - °«lainrd P^chle and world
fnnrxi medium. Jost arrived: sbe tolls names.
1 «\u25a0».«•* "\u25a0 nA fl S BrPS : cornet advice about
i<-ve. raarrißce, divorce, lawsuit*, speculation*.
».,r«, ' trllls - patents, etc.; dispels evil in-
nuen^s and micites the separated; if worried.
'" trouble, or Ki:fffring business reverses, call
''«i«r: R=tJpfactl .11 guaranteed: hours 10 to fl
f" I*^-"1 *^-" 'wsdlnrs It tnsll $1; no stamps; bring
tliis ad. H33 M.iffcpt st. -
MISS ZrMOAU. to ing gifted rtalr. and palm'.Kt;
\u25a0 V>ndrrful proplcters; hours 10 to 10: 1. 50c,
g- $1. ICIO McAllister st. nr. Dcvlsadero.
M\fE LEONIDA. behest readings: palmist, cards.
<u«tr.: Sun, appointments. O4S McAllister st.
Miss LEA. best fortune teller: readings, 2Sc.
Room is. nil vBnv 8n n oss ht . nr . McAllister et.
\u25a0"Vi^i^t?" of O«klsnd. at Hotel Carllng. S. F..
1154 Mkt.. r. 3; tr^th or no pay; 10 to 9 p. m.
INVESTMENTS
.?:\u25a0? WAYLANI* & CO.. BROKERS,
*• -/' 6 Monadnork Building San Francisco.
1 ,v£ TOCKS OFERF.D FOR QUICK SALE.
\'Vm "-h* 11 * 8 Pyramid Oil Co @ .50
1.000 shares Llb<»rtT Oil O <<i .12
J •£*\u25a0» "har** Manchtiris Midway OU Co Chenn
}•**** Pacific Fruit Coning & Yap. Co..® -10
\ -"xJ| California Prewi Brick Co & .12
l -^2 Fh *nm AliMl Oil Co & .05
f-Vj2J Poclsen Wireless Trl. &\u25a0 Tpl. Co.<a .SO
3.000 phjtres Section Six Oil Co <?? .If
'\u25a0'J^ shares Templor Ranrh Oil Co «i .IR
\u25a0J-^} shares Jewell Oil Co & .15
3.000 chares PJnnacl* Oil Co <5 .3"
1.000 Ventura Oil Development Co CJ .09
•**"> shares Co«llnra Sffurity Oil C0...d .2«
>->0 shares Carbo- Petroleum Oil Co (ft -«0
fyO ftharos The La Blanc Oil Co (>t .22
r»O0 JPoulsen Wireless Tol. & Tel. Co... (ft .30
P'fO 'Alaska Petroleum & Coal <3 -12
pp 0 * 1 shares Gates ConcivtP Tie Co ('I 2.75
000 California Consolidated Oil Co <4 .45
—'50 Biirllnjrftme Tel. Typewriter <<% .23
200 Paciflc Slope Securities Co @ .50
I'Hi shar*>s Ms»«rot Copper Co Special
20 Western States Life Ins. Co @ 20.00
1500 California Consolidated 01! Co Wanted.
1.000 Lady Wartinffton Oil Wanted.
3 .o<V> Mbertv Oil Co Wanted.
B.OOn Templar McKittrick O:I Wanted.
STOCK BARGAINS OFFKRKD FOR SALE
CHEAPER THAN YO[T CAN BUY ELSE-
WHF.nr.
r 7.000 shares Templor Rp.r.-h Oil O @ Bid
1.000 shares Ventura OH Dev. Co ©Cheap.
".100 chares Orljr. Ama«3or Mm. Co & .60
2.000 thaw* Alaska Prt. & Coal C0...<3 .12
a. 000 shares La B:»cc OU Co & .2S
1.000 sbares Mari^'pa Producer* Oil Co.@ Bid.
1.750 Coallnga North Pole Oil Co & Bid.
1.000 shares Lady Washington Oil Co.® .09
30.000 Monterey rr>al Co. (lot) 0110.00
1.000 shares Mis*s Pet. Co <3 .12
100 sharps Lnriie Oil Co CB 9.00
POO shares Liberty Oil Co ©Cheap.
670 shams Visalia Midway Oil Co <a .75
1 La Zacualpa Rubber CIS 99) ©155.00
100 shares Mascot Copper Co @ 4.25
420 shares High Gravity Cn'.ted Oil O>.<3 Bid
100 Trlejrraph Ay. S«t. Bt. of Oak.<J 2.50
150 shares P/ramld Oil Co QCheap.
P. If. HARRIS * COMPANY. BROKERS.
751-753 Phelan B !<!?.. Saa Francisco. Cal.
~ «<£— OOI,D COUPON BONDS— 6%
URBAN REALTY IMPROVEMENT CO.
Secxr.'ty — Three Dollars to One.
Illustrated booklet and full
Information on application to
JOSEPH A. LEONARD. Manager,
•903 Phelan bldg.
THERE Is money ln oil stoc.t: I have a lease
with optio; to bay 160 acres of land ln a
high gravity oil district. If you have ( 100 or
more yon can get in on the ground floor; $100
chocld bring $1,000. Address box 253. Oak-
land. CaL
' INVESTMENTS. — —
! 1.200 chares Pcrissima Hills o!l stock. 2Sc:
3.000 shares Burks oSI, 30c: 19 shares California
Pine Box end Lumber company 6 per cent stock,
effor. Box S2S4. Call ofn>-e. Oakland. \u25a0•> \u25a0;
FOR information concerning tbe Poulsen wlrelesa
pnmppny phone Setter 1247. or call upon John
l Van Alon. 525 Foxeroft bldg.. 68 post st.
"ABBOTT bnrs BONDS." corporation STOCKS
and DIAMONDS. Money loaned. 250 Market st.
MINES AND MINING
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bosght: cash; assaying
50c Pioneer ' Assay Co.. 131 Bth nr. Howard.
MONEY TO LOAN
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE.
PIANOS. ETC.: $10 to $200: LOW COST: CON-
FIDENTIAL: HONEST. AND SQUARE DEAL.
CALL. WRITE OR PHONE.
857-8 PACIFIC BLDG., 4TH and MARKET.
PHONES— DOUGLAS 32C3, HOME J1741.
I Oak land office. ClB First National Bask Bldg.
QUICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE.
We make all *alarled people a loan without
SECURITY OR. INDORSER in a quick, confl-
«rtpntisl manner: lowest rstes In city. GREAT
NORTHERN LOAN CO., 616 Phelan bldg.. 6th
foor. " Office open until 6 p. m.; Monday and
Saturday eTeniiips nntil fi o'clock.
JJONEY lovned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms in
this city: see others, tbea see me and be con-
vinced; I wi:i save you money: $2.25 weekly
repay* $50 loan. Phone Market 5029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3009 lOtn St., aoctnwett corner
Mission, room 35.
r.EAD AND NOTE TUBS!: If you are PERMA-
NENTLY employed or hare a regular or FIXED
iiifome. . but require a little ready mooer. you
MAY borrow it upon reasonable and EASY
terras. witl)«mt indor**r or delay, at 433 PHE-
LAN BUILDING: PHONE DOUGLAS 3244.
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS.
Pay all your bills: owe one party; money ad-
vanced without indorser or security: •*\u2666 c» now
for rates. WF.STEBN LOAN CO., 40S Call bldg.
Office open till Op. m. ; Monday and Saturday
un:il *.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
sou*« snd others upon tbelr own names with-
out security; easy payments; save money by
trading here. Offices !n 65 principal cities.
IOLMAN. room 949. Phelan bldg., San Fran-
clfcco. and room 9. 460 13th et., Oakland.
FURNITURE —
LIFE INSURANCE—
SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company.
443 Pine st. **
AAA— SECURITY LOAN COMPANY..
Money loaned on furniture, etc.; LIBERAL
TERMS; transactions strictly confidential and
Kjoare. 506 Pacific bldg. Phone Putter 17S8.
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., •
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-33 Kearny st.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
wltboct delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co., 321 Phelaa bldg., third floor.
AS**— Wajre earners.. either men or women, caa
' make a loan ln strictest confidence at the Em-
ploye*' Credit Co., room 424, Monadnock bldg.
gALARY LOANS— Ltdles and gentlemen without
security; notea and commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' Ex. bldg.: phone Douglas 1411.
$3,500" on improved city real estate. 8., 572
Montdnock bcfldtng. S. V.
BORROW money at 2 p. c on diamonds. Jewelry.
V GARIN JEWELRY CO.. HIS Market opp. 7th.
Nx Tornitur* or pianos; private party. BECKER,
room 2»7 Moctdnocfc building. 681 Market st.
ON furniture and pianos; no removal. TRE-
MA»N. room 611. 833 Market, next Emporium.
f ASH loaaed to salaried men on note without in-
fld-wr. MORRELL. 1022 Monadnock building.
SAL ART loans; other propositions. San Fran-
cj«co Discount Agency. 411 Paciflc bldg.
H\ONEY TO LOAN— Real Estate
Xj>*Y amount; lowest rates on first and second
mortgages on real estate, legacies, undivided
interest, wtatcs in probate; no delay. B.
McCOLGAN. room* 502 and 504. Clans
£pre<-kels (Call) building. Market and 3d sts.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort-
VV t pcs, on any security; no delay; lowest rates.
O W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg.. eSI Market.
MONEY to loan on Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda
and FnUtvale real estate at 6 to 7 per cent.
GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway. Oakland.
FIRST mortgages, city real estate. 6 per cent.
tol $3,000 to $50,000. T. E. HAYMAN, Ist
National Bank bldg.. Montgomery and Post tta.
FIEST end 2d mtgs.. $100 op: R. E.. fur.,
plane* ; prl. party; no com. Krohl, 20L 87 Bd.
FIRST and second mortgages, any amount.
BHADBURNE CO.. 603 Monadnock building.
FIRST end second mortgages, estates, legacies.
H. MURPHY. ISO Sntter et.
LEGALjAND OFFICIAL
~" REDEMPTION OF BONDS
rEDEMTTION \u25a0of bonds — Notice It - hereby
eivrn that In accordance wita the terms
of tlie bonds lKtwd .by the Nevada Couaty
narrow gauge railroad company, the direc-
tors determined by ' lit numbers to be re-
<i"f>med «t Wells - Fargo Nationsl bank la
Jhe city of San Francisoo, California, on the
••A day of Jsnoary. 191 U wlto the follow-
,'mc %*ulu: Nos. M. 57, 87. 103. 110. 16S,
I !*V 200 and 223, which bonds will be paid
in 'united States gold cola on said *4<l day
of January. 1911. upon surrender of _«ame.
»ritb coupons attached, and interest tbereon
••111 cease from and alter that date.
- HOWARD R. WARD. Secretary..
Nevada' County Narrow Gtnge Railroad tom-
l»»nr. OfficV.-Orat* Valley, Cal. Decent
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
Continued >_ - __— —
THE copartnership heretofore existlne between
E. B. L^nnls; and J. W.'Rappln under th« flnn
.name and style of the Lennift-Rapple Engineer-
ing Company, is tbls day dissolved by mutual
consent. E. B. Lennig will assume all the lia-
bilities and conduct the business thereof.
E. B. LENMfi.
J. W. B APPLE.
Dated December 28. 1910.
NOTICE— We hereby announce tbat the. Sam
Hop laundry at 419 Ist st.. WoodlandVCal..
lias been sold to Soon Lee Tons, wbo vrlll »;uc-
<-ped the business under the same name, >*m
Hop. Soon Lee Tonp will not be reKponsiMe
for any debts owed by. Sam I-ee. laundry «""
tb ° flSnrtT ° f J " naarr^a LfeE TOKG. _
CITY REALJBSTATE^__
HERE IS THE BARGAIN TOD ARE LOOKING
FOR.
$40.000-Pays 13 por rent net per *™™''™
inrMstrnent in the heart of Chinatown,
KSToaih J15.000 rnortpaße If desired.
or will erchßDire for nnlneumbered land
• suitable for snbdivlslon. _
EDWAW^jm^r^* cLOVtn.
thinp first class; location not away out. but
close in. Apply to ALBERT WILFOItD. owner,
229 Montgomery St.. only from 1~ to -2.
«5.600— Larse 8 .room dwelling; 2 mantels. 2
toilets, auto entrance and 3 bay window roomj;
terms. $1,000 cash, balance monthly. 654 2d
av./l block from park. F. NELSON, owner.
f>n premises. *. \u25a0 '
LOT 35-4x127:6, south side of Clay st. bet. Polk
end Ltrkin. Price reduced to $7,600: choice
tnrroundin?*': a most convenient location;
f*e this quick; won't last lonjt. T. B. HAY-
MAN. First national bank building.
FOR «a!e — Reasonable, lot and cottage. 4 rooms;
street work done; Mississippi st. near, ISth.
Inquire 017>4 Illinois st.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills*
bldg.. Insure your title; *aye time, save money.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
ADMINISTRATRIX SALE.
IN REGION OF AMrLE RAINFALL, at prl-
Tate tale. 760 acre ranch. 2 miles east nt Santa
Rosa. Cal. Northern boundary is middle of
channel of Santa Rosa creek, an ever" flowing
stream; best basalt block quarry In California
(now operated by City Street Improvement Co.)
Is on this ranca; the S. P. R. R. runs through
ranch and has station thereon; part of ranch
heavily wooded lvrith oak, portion ln fine prunes
producing best crops ln vicinity; few acres in
grape! ; pood. house of S rooms and other Im-
provements; a large acreage Is same soil as
celebrated Vroonren walnut • orchard, which di-
rectly Joins the ranch on the west; ranch now
rented as dairy and prodnce and income on over
173.000; properly improved, would produce in-
come on much larger capital. Inquire 312 Buss
building. . \u25a0 , \u25a0
rr ~ J IRRIGATED LANDS.
CRESSEY COLONY COMPANY offers cUoice
20 and 40 acre irrigated farms, including per-
petual water right, at $S5 and $100 per acre.
The land is level, rich, sandy loam, suitable
for all crops, especially alfalfa, sweet potatoes
and fruits.
Tbls section is admiraby adapted to dairying.
We sell on the crop payment plan.
The land Is at Cressey, Merced county, on the
main line of the Santa Fe. half way between
Turlock and Merced.
Excursions to tlie property can be arranged
for.
For literature or full particulars, write or
call.
CRESSEY COLONY COMPANY,
302 Monadnock building, San Francisco.
$25 cash for a 6 acre home, close to San Fran-
cisco, ln Alameda county; some of the finest
land In California for poultry, berries, vege-,
tables, fruits, walnuts, almonds, etc.; beauti-
ful, level acres; some land only 5 minutes to
P. 0., stores, theaters and all requirements of
an up to date community; S. P. and W. P.
railroads; 20 passenger trains dally; 25 freight
trains; buy good land close to S. F., the best
market on the coast, with good transportation
facilities, and you are sure to make money: we
have the best land, choicest, most beautiful lo-
cation; abundance of water; lowest prices;
easiest terms; $73 per acre up; S acres, $25
cash, balance small payments.
RICH VALLEY LAND CO.. 180 Sntter st.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
ONE TO FIVE A^RE HOME AT HAYWARD.
Tbe crops and orchards will meet future pay-
ments: 2 Pteam and 1 electric line to" the lands;
-only H8 minutes from San Francisco; land level,
20 feet deep; plenty of water 50 feet ;. berries
pay $1,000 per acre; prices reasonable; 4 years
la wblch to pay: don't mis* thin chance.
ROBINSON A GUNNING.
General Agents for Lands of Meek Estate, 533
Castro st., Hayward, CaL
CALIFORNIA APPLE LANDS.
10 acre tracts of choice Mendocino county
coast apple lands for only $60 per acre, with
small payment down and $15 per month; no frost,
no snow, no insect pests; cheapest transporta-
tion ; roses all the year; excursions to the land
every Wednesday; see or write us.
CALIFORNIA APPLE LAND COMPANY,
:':'\u25a0•\u25a0: 101 Telegraph ay., Oakland. Cal.
320 ACRES rich farming land In Lassen county;
close to railroad: plenty of water; $400 cash,
balance $320 ln 3 years; *ee> maps and sample
soil at office. BOVEE, TOY & CO., 11l Mont-
gomery st.
JOIN the Linn coonty orchard colony; buy a bond
vow and get In on the ground floor; each bond
secured by an Individual mortgage; every man
can make money; write for booklet. Linn
County Orchard Colory. Albany, Ore.
414 ACRES near Hayward; fine soil; house,
stable, chicken house; SO chickens; horse and
buggy; only $2,500; the snap of a lifetime.
P. E. BAIRD. 408 11th St.. Oakland.
610-20 acres Irrigated fruit, garden and alfalfa
land; $10 acre cash, balance 10 years if de-
sired. PAUL ROSSIER. 838 Pine st.
WANTED — Improved chicken ranch. 3 to 6 acres,
to rent. Send particulars, box 526, Call office.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
FOR Immediate disposal on account of, owner's
departure for British Columbia, pretty villa
residence, exclusive locality, fully furnished;
best offer accepted for equity; make appoint-
ment to view with owner. 278 East Oak St.,
Oakland.
NEW 5 room bungalow, pretty, modern and up
to date, cobblestone front, marine view, close
to cam and Claremont Key Route station: $150
cash, balance $30 per month, price $3,300. O.
M. BULLOCK, 1420 Broadway. Oakland.
FOR sale— s2,2oo for new 2 story house; lot 60x
120: In the heart of Elmhurst; on« of the best
bargains on the market; must be sold. ' For
particulars call evenings for C ROBERTSON,
1012 Adeline st.. West Oakland.
SELLING out 3 nice 0 to 8 room homes, very
desirable, at $3,500 to $5,500: terms; call or
send for photo*. E. BANGLE, 1402 6th ay.;
phone 'JJerritt 1317.
BERKELEY REaL ESTATE
COZY home of 6 rooms, electric lighted, gas,
modern, oa terms. lftOS 10th st., Berkeley.
HAYWARD REAL ESTATE
biTbubb to visit^^sunn^sl^pb "tract
BEFORE INVESTING.
* Ideal subdivision for poultry - raising. Only
3 miles east of Haywara.
Well watered; fronting on the*proposed Dub-
lin boulevard; only 'i mile to public school, and
you can buy 3, 6 and 10 acre tracts from $75 to
$200 per acre; terms, third down, third ln 1
year, third in two years; no Interest, no taxes.
Why buy a eut urban lot when yon can get a
choice tract of this acreage for less money, from
which you can make an Independent living!
Apply to the owner, W. B. PROCTOR. 662
I7th St.. Oakland, or to any real estate dealer in
Hayward. .
1 ACRB or more in famous Meek orchard tract:
electric and 2 Eteam lines on land; fruit and
poultry; prices right; easy terms; free Infor-
mation. • -
ROBINSON * GUNNINO.
T>l. Hayward 226. * ". • Htyward.
FRUITVALE REAL ESTATE
$1,200— $50 cash, $10 mo.. 2 r., lot 100x100. .
;i,Soo— slso cash, $15 mo.. 4 r.. lot 50x110.
$2.200— 5300 cash. $20 30., 4 r.. lot 45x174. - '
Houses to rent or purchase. $10 to $30 per mo.
FRL'ITVALE REALTY CO., • "
5202 E. 12th st. Phone Merrltt 242. ;r; r
BURLING AME REAL ESTATE
"~^^TuTlTOL^ollE^lTlEs7r>
Vitlt the beautiful Burllngame hlil country,
the most beautiful within reach >of the city, far
surpassing the cross bay localities; transfer to
the Ban kateo electric car at 6th and Market-
yon tl way * ,ret a . seat— and get off at EASTON
station, or uke the Southern Pacific at Third
and Townscnd. Here Is the finest suburban home
site on the peninsula. EASTON ADDITIONS TO
BURLING AME; beautiful shaded paths, cool on
the hottest days; a u improvements, cement side-
walks, streets. ** we rs. water, light . and tele-
phone are installed; the homes , will appeal to
yon; large lots on c» ly terms; excellent and fast
train service, twice as fast ; as to cross « bay
PO^ts . For particular* about EASTON address
fJuSScSSS?***':™?*- BUILDING, ; SAN
RICHMOND REAL ESTATE
FOR sale— 2. choice lots :in the *onter : of - Rich-
mond; i graded street, water an< sewers; "\u25a0 will
make a handsome profit •'In *hon"tltne; $400
»ach. easy payments. C. \V. MfcbLEIJ, \u25a0173
Tine Et. - -;
Me SAN FRANGISGO; O
REDWOOD CITY-r-Real Estate
A— IItPEOVED lots; 0 minutes' walk (ronilled-
\u25a0wood City, depot; very easy terms; also acre-
•tej send for booklet. \u25a0 BALDWIN & HOW-
BLL. 818-824 Kearny ist. ,;.; .... .... vv-',v v -',
REAL EST AT ETO EXCHANGE
TO exchange^ — I make "'-. exchanges \u25a0' daily, can
candle any property that: ls located in or. near
Oakland If the prices are right - and you mean
business. " What have yori - and what do you
want? D. P. MINXBY. 422 11th St.. Oakland.
OAKLAND Improved for coin* merchandise busi-
ness - anywhere.- Address 1855 Berkeley, way,
Berkeley. t : - :-,' - ".:.-,:.. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : -.--/*';-. -^
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES." ranches, acreage, exchange.' Pries list.
bAVIP L. WiLSON. SanU Crus. Cal. r .^
—1 J^MBER IFQ&S*y?S:^- -, -;
NEW boards, $10; tnlaglea, $1.40; \ rustic, $2a
Country orders solid Ud. 83 lOtb tt..' g. F. .
Harvard Law Eleven and
Southerners Tie
ISTASHVILMV- Term.. Dec 80.—Cap
tain Hamilton Fish's eleven, composed
of Hdrvard law school stuvients,; played
tlie . Vanderbllt-Sewanere Stars a spec
tacular gams, in which neither aide
scored, on the Vandorbflt university
field this afternoon. In aplte of . a
muddy field the. gtune was fast. The
feature was the; run of Hamilton Flan
for 100 yards with a clear field, and
only: Browne, the celebrated Sewanee
player. In pursuit. Browne caught up
with Fish and downed him 10 yards
from th© Vanderbilt-Sewanee. g-oal.
Harvard used forward passes to ad
vantage and played a magnificent de
fensive game. The Sewanee and Van
derbilt forces were assisted by Smith
and Schultze, the celebrated Michigan
players. Fielding Yost of Michigan
coached the Tennessee players.
JUAREZ ENTRIES
FIRST RA.CR— Five and a half furlongs;
celling; 2 year olds:
Texan ._ 103 Soon ...103
Agility _. 103*Red"LaM-- -.105
Hersaw Balella 106
Doughty 103) Ben Lasca 113
SECOND RACB— Five and a half v furlong*;
selling:
•Florence A .lOOlOobleskiU ...........119
Creston ll&lRlder .119
Ilmeter 118 Tom McOrath ......llfr
.Bon Ton 119 Joe Enrich ..........122
THIRD RACE— Five and a half furlongs; sell
ing:
Deerfoot 114|Gresbam. .'......119
Georgia Shand ....lUlLady Quality 119
Alve B .lHrjlm Banes 119
Ray el -Tovar 114T»reen 119
John Mooney ..117 Fancy ...... u . ...... 119
Bitter Sir .... ..119MIlplta« .............122
FOURTH RACE — One and a sixteenth, miles;
Santiago selling stake: \u25a0 . \u25a0
•Green Seal .".102 Domate --......». .117
Jacquellaa ...103 Injury ..............119
Taboo 106
FIFTH RACE: — One mile: selling:
La Dextra 102 Shamrock ...........107
Pllaln 105 Short Order 107
Tugboat 102 Ed Holly ...110
Roberta . . : 107 ,
SIXTH RACE — One mile: , - -
• Miss Caithness 93 Nethermost 105
Itamoa Corona 101 Hoyle 107
Acumen 104 Kopek «",.-H0
Hannis ...., .... 103| •Light Wool ..11l
•Apprentice allowance.
TEXXEY BOSTON MANAGER
NEW YORK, Dec. 30. — Approval of
National league contracts and releases
is announced in an official bulletin Is
sued today by President J. T. Lynch.
Among others was the contract of Fred
Tenney as manager of Boston.
BREWER DEFEATS ENGLISH
OKLAHOMA. CITY. Okl'a., Dec 30.— Harry
Brewer of Kansas City tonight won a fast bout
from Clarence English of Omaha on points, the
fight going the scheduled 1 15 rounds. , Brewer
knocked English down three times in the first
round and handled the Omaha man at will
throughout the fight.
ARMY Y. M. C. A. WINS
The crack army Y. M. O. A. basket ball team
defeated tie Irish- American five last night on
the letter's courts by a score of 88 to 11. The
game was well played and replete with stirring
Incidents. The army boys started off.* In the
lead and won very handily. -
A.SKCLL DOWNS BECKER
COLUMBUS. 0., Dec. 30.— James Asbell at
wrestling tonight won two straight falls . from
Oarl Becker, said to be a German ; champion.
Toe bolds were effective on Becker, the \u25a0 first
fall coming In 82 minutes and 7 second and the
second ln 15 minutes 25 seconds. . .
SCHLEI SIGNS CONTRACT
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— Catcher George Schlei
signed: with the New -York National league clnb
today for 1911. Pitcher Arthur Raymoud will
report In Marlln, Tex., next spring.
MANY NEW SUITS FILED
UNDER McENERNEY ACT
Expiring of Operation of Law
Causes Rush
There was a great rtish yesterday to
file new complaints in/ stilts to quiet
title to real estate under the McEner
ney act, which expires at midnight to
nigrht. A total of 1,210 complaints were
lodged with the county clerk, ; or more
than double the number filed the. pre
vious day.
Presiding Judge Van Nostrand re
mained at the office until after 5 o'clock
and assigned every case for trial.
Today the county clerk's 'office Will
be kept open until 6 o'clock instead of
closing at noon, as is usual; on Satur
days, for the convenience; of those who
have waited until the last moment for
beginning suits quieting title.
RECORD ESTABLISHED
BY JUSTICE MUELLER
More Than 3,000 Cases Disposed
Of in Less Than Year
The registers of the' y clerk « of the
justices' court show that Justice of the
Peace Carl W. Mueller, who has been on
the bench 11% months, .disposed; of
3,062 cases. This 7 is; said "to be ; a reo
ord for dispatch in the .history I of . the
court. Justice Mueller, never took a
day's vacation and held no • case under
advisement more than .24 hours, de
ciding: the great majority, immediately
on their submission. During 1 the" pri
mary election the justice held ; court
every day and the result of his refusal
to go out and hustle for votes, was seen
in his defeat for *• nomination. •
LATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
. Friday, ; December 30.
im a# ln " s ' mr Queen, Zeh,:R7 honra from
Victoria; passengers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast steamship company. .
' 10 p. m., stmr Mongolia^ Morton. \u25a0 from ' Honjr
kong, yia \u25a0 Yokohama and - Honolulu ; passengers
and merchandise to Pacific Mall steamship com
pany. . • ; \u25a0.:.. ; . - ; ... j ... \u0084 :-;-.,. -
i " OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK— Arrived Dec. - 30— Stmr Cam
pania, from Liverpool. ' r
LI It AC — Arrived Dec. 26^— Stmr IJtuanla, from
New York. ;,v--. , . -
GENOA— Arrived Dec-127— Stmr Bnenos Aires,
from New, York. \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0:.". : ' \u25a0 - \u25a0•-
• HAVRE— Arrived Dec. 30— Stmr ; La ' Twiralne.
from New York. 'v- -
ROTTERDAM— Arrived Dec. 30— Stmr Nobr
dam, from New, York.
Supplies for; the North
The rteamer Slontara • sailed for i Victoria on
Thursday with 123,600 lbs dried fruit," 37,160 lbs
rnlslns, 1,139 cs canned goods, ; 70 >cs \u25a0 eggs, ? 125
pkgs vegetables, 1,152 lbs chocolate.' 19,722 ' lbs
coffee. 650 lb« meals. » 4,ooo , lbs seeds. 19 steel
warns, 3S pkgs machinery,' -etc., \- valued at
»21, 447. . \u25a0'. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•-\u25a0.;-..\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0 . . ,
: A AVhent* Charter . .: ;
The German steamer Serakof the Kosmos llne, ;
now on the way from Seattle to Portland, :1s en
gaced for wheat from tlie Columbia river Ito th«
United Kingdom, Hayre, Antwerp or Dunkirk at
\u0084 . Shipment 'of Barley \u25a0:'...."\u25a0'
_• The Gerjnan bark > Werner [ Vlnnen sailed -'\u25a0' for
<inecnKtorrn.*«: for orders, s yesterday with 110 lisl
centals of barley,. valued af5144.184.
CHICAGO ; STRIKES"; DIES ' OF A WOUND— Cnl
; cago, Dpc.'i3o.— Thai fourth (death i in^thef par
. ment workers\? strike? occurred Hoday.V ; it < was
. that , otf Ferdinand * Well"*, \u25a0' 19 S years j old,- 1 ? tvho
:. w«s s i«hotf D^cvmber " 4* by Edward, Heaney, 1 a
special policeman. . , '\u25a0'\u25a0..\u25a0:\u25a0: '\u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: -.;,;••
Swastika Five Will Be]
;Reprganized f
\u25a0 ' At a meeting held yesterday by^or
mer players', of ( the well known Sgwas
tika bneket ball team the'rnenyaeclded
to reorganize -the team and 'ivWlil'. com
pete in jthe 130 .;pound ; clafgg ;of ,the
coast championship' tourna/nent to be
held nexf month.^, ~ ;\u25a0 /
-:.;>'\u25a0\u25a0 -," '--, :•-?. ".•\u2666\u25a0\u25a0- y \u25a0:':\u25a0 \u25a0
The' Livermore".: national guard and
the Seminoles have, arranged a ; game
at Livermore on Sund&'y. Cogswell has
also scheduled :a . gajhe ; for January ' 7
at Livermore.. ' .. :
::\u25a0\u25a0 ..\u25a0\u25a0;. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0* - .' * - :• .-. \u25a0....'.
"lihe; Sequoia and the Pirate clubs
will meet at the Pirate court-- Friday
night, January. 6, , and the Sacred \u25a0 Heart
college team >and. the Irish-American
quintet will try conclusions next
Wednesday on .. the . Irish-American
court. ! . •
"Thirty Thou/ Says jack
To Mclntoshv^
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 30.— Jack John
son, heavy weight champion pugilist of
the .world, is willing to: fight any man
I? V* 1 ®^ world under .the auspices of
iV£s?!.P*' MclntOßn »" Provided- he receives
130,000, win, lOBe or draw.
Johnson signified his \willingness to
engage in^a battle .under; these condi
tions In an interview today with Henry
O. Messier, who is the United States
representative for Mclntosh. .
Johnson further stated that the same
conditions which governed the match
between himself and Tommy Burns in
Australia must be included s in any
fighting., articles. . He denies having
received any offer from a, Paris. syndi
cate with regard to a contest. ••* \u25a0 .
Yosemites /Ready for
The telegraphs
One of. the most exciting games of
American football -of the season Is
looked for tomorrow afternoon when
the Yosemites of this- city line up
against the -of ' Vallejo at
2:80. These elevens met at Vallejo
two weeks ago and the. game broke up
In a dispute^ the Yosemites. claiming a
I $2 -3" -victory, while the Telegraphs
held that they won, '3 to 0. Both
teams have, been training hard and
figure to be in good , shape. A large
crowd of Vallejo rooters will accom
pany their kickers. • ..
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth— Cherbourg — Southampton
Philadelphia— Queenstoirn — Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
/,-.':\u25a0 .:v Kew York— London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
New York— London— -Paris— Rotterdam
Via Plymouth and Boulogne-Sur-Mer
RED STAR LINE
N. T^—Cherboursr— Dover— Antwerp \
WHITE STAR LINE
New Tork— Queenstovm— Liverpool
N.Y.-Plymouth-CherbonrK-Southampton
Bonton— Queenstorrn— Liverpool
New York and Hob ton to . .
RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT
The Asores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers,
VHlefrnnche, Genoa, Naples, Alexandria
•CEDRIC ' (21,035 tons) . . Jan. 11, Feb. 22
•CELTIC (20,804 tons):.. ..: Jan. 25, Mar. 8
•Largest steamers to the Mediterranean
Romanic ..... . .Feb. 4 Canopic ....;.. .Apr. 8
Romanic ......Mar. 18 Romanic: .......Apr. 29
Cretlc . . . . . . . . . Mar. 29 CreUc .... . , : . . .May 10
WEST INDIES CRUISES
, Spanish Main— Panama ' Canal
i££ 4 S. S. NEW YORK
G. If. KOEPPEI, Passenger Agent Pacific Coaat.
819 Geary street opposite St. Francis
Hotel, San Francisco. .
nflrftl
\u25a0-'* V Vf 1 lIJ K'prlnz Wm.. Jan. 17
\u25a0 ' r Prinis F. Win. Jan. 31"
it -Ma... »«,_*_ ' K'prinz Wm:Feb. 14
n£Z£F* s± G.WWn,Sa.Fb. 25
FtF t "vl ludll
•Rhein.Tue., Feb. 7 '\u25a0\u25a0''*"\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0?. >?:sU; : h"
Bremen/Tte. Feb. 21
<*Roon ..." ..Mar. 2
•Bremen direct.'
- ' TtoCftNrattJtr.Aisiet'avar
W»pl«"«. and *ieo««. M — -
Batt£«a batr djra. U A.M. §/| y. _ "_, *
Berlin fnew).Jan. 7 1 11 1 %/ If
•K. Milse. . . .Jan. 21 J^l 1f V U
" K. Albert. ; .-.'Feb.' 4 *f*v J U
Berlin (new). Feb. 18 - . ' . !
* 'Omits Glbrnltnr. » "* " * ' - *>
Tr»T«ter>a checks ir»Mt aUI *rer
\u25a0 ./-;\u25a0.;• '. thA^werlO. :
OEXBICHS & CO^, General AgeittsL,
{Broadway, N«w Yorlc
Robert Capelle.G. A. P. C, 150 Powell St..
opposite St. Francis hotel, San Francisco. Tele-
phone — Kearny 4704. -. \u25a0; . :-;. \u25a0 •~t
FRENCH LINE
Cia GLB. TRANSATLANTIQUB.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS
BaUingo Every Thnrsday and Saturday.
La PrOT«nc.e..Jan. 19 .Feb. 28
Espagne... ...Jan.' 26 La Bretaffne^.Mar. 2 :\u25a0
La Savole. ... .Feb. 2 cLa Lorrainp/.Mar. '; 9
La I Touralne. .Feb. ; 9 ( ILa Provence..Mar. 16
La - ProTence..Feb. 16 ' '. La Tonralne.". Mar. 23
FUGAZI BROS., Paciflc Coast Managers,
630 Montgomery; street,' San Francisco. > Cabin
Office, .685 Market street. : " /
Wt^^l Cruises dc L«xe^>i/ - \u25a0 • 1
: Etpeeialtv hrilt f«r W. Indies and Trrpieal Crwina '
; .- BalUngafromK«nrPiwr4S,N.B^H.T. t \u25a0 (
Caba-^Jaißaica--PaiuunJa--HColombia
\u25a0; \u25a0-..-, \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: - \u25a0\u25a0• Round Trip 'to \u25a0\u25a0': '*. • '\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 .
BERMUDA, $20 and U»
,\u25a0 inclnslTe Tonrs at Modecata Bates.
SANDEHSON &'. SON, V 140 th'ti'i Salle st
" :• j - Chicago. \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0..''.
\u25a0\u25a0-**.- :Thos. Cook \u25a0&\u25a0 Sons." eS9 Market"- st.'.'--
; Central American Cruised
\u25a0'•' Seventeen day* .In' --"a , floating hotel
steaming over l the g blue . Caribbenn, In-
terspersed with fascinatlnsr K Umpses^ of
Honduras, ;/ Guatemala, r, Costa Rica and
Panama— that Is the story; of our cruise
t rom '• New .-? Orleans -to i Central - America
and j back/OFare : In stateroom,' ¥95.00. •-;.
I * Connections '[. for Pacific > Coast -points,
South ; Amerlca< and Mexico, '-.The newest,
finest -; idilps ii ln ,,- the \u0084 : tropical ': service.
-Write : for handsome | Illustrated \u25a0. booklet
grlvlnip; complete Information,/- L : \u25a0
United A Fruit Gompany^
; >, .SERVICE "v' " 27
is- New, Orleans . -. "' -2Vew.York-' '
321 St. Charles St.. \u0084 17 Battery. Pl."
Or Any Authorized -Touriat. Agency.
I\u25a0\u25a0 - , CaaaAan \u25a0'\u25a0 Paoifla \u25a0 Emprow \u25a0 lint •\u25a0\u25a0 of .'= Btoamws"
: sailing : weekly I between i Montreal : sod / Llrerpoo*.
Wireless oa all steamers. Aafe any ticket ageat."
er writs £\u0084 E, XXHM? tt, A.. faUm \u25a0 tiwai. S*a '
;KxutdM«k . --; -. "-' .*",'/•/- S -.'\u25a0. : ; \u25a0 :";\u25a0 '
Bed Cell's Fate Rests
l :^W|||(a3ge^pirice:v
[Sptzhl Dispatch - !oThe CM]
V CHICAGO, Dec. 30.— 1t transpires^ that
at, Wednesday's megting of the' Ke
ntucky.™ state racing commission; a' letter
from H. G. Bedweir to Chairman E. F.
Clay was read. It asked: that the,Bed
well; horses be reinstated,' so that their
owner, who is at Emery vllle, could, sell
them, for their full "value. , Under- the
present rules. of the commission horses
belonging to'an" owner who is ruled off
are also ruled off the' turf, and "there
fore thet commission: is "unable ito; grant
Bedwell's request {without changing its
rules. While there is practically ,no
doubt that If Bedwell- sold": th?i horses
to bbna fide purchasers "in good' stand
ing they would be reinstated as a cour
tesy, a change In : the -. rules by which
horses | could " | readily : ; be \u25a0• ; transferred
nominally from the hands of a ruled off
owner would so materially, lessen the
punishment and afford such chance* for
fraud that the commission decided not
to-open '.up -the question', j It is"; pretty
well agreed among the members of the
commisslonTthat nothing will be: done
in'thei Bedwell case until he has first
pbtalned "the'- recommendation of Judge
Charles F. Price, who. ruled him off at
Latonia last July. ;
SUUIVAJf BIISTSMAJfTELL
NBW YORK. Dec. 30.— Jack (Twin) Sullivan
of Boßton earned the popular decision over Frank
Mantell of Pawtucket, R. L;here tonight In a
10 round bout. In the first seven rounds Man
tell had a slight advantage, but Sullivan forced
the fighting in the last three. In. the final
round be hammered Mantell at wilL Both men
used roogh tactics. : , ,
\ PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL!
J*^»; : \u25a0 Steamers leave from Broad-
ygjjit-^QV , r way Wharvea (Pier* 9 and
An/yKR4* \A\ Low rates. Including berth
\iV \\^tyrtM ss P eclal Ronn <J Trip Rates.
Vsfcv> 1-k^r :LOS ANGELES
>1 S(/5nfiS5yV SAN DIEGO
BARBARA
President..'... .........Jan. 25, 4 p. ra.
G0vern0r....... .»» .......Jan. 15, 2 p. m.
•Queen .......Jan. 1. 19, 11 a.' m.
Pneb1a. .................. .......Jan. 8, 2 p. m.
•Umat1Ua...... '...'...........: Jan. 28, 11 a. m.
•Senator. .Jan. 10, 11 a. m.
•Only steamers calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACO3IA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle B for Skajjway, Dawson,
.* Fairbanks and all points on. ths Yukon.
President.... .............Jan. SO, 2 p. m.
Governor. .Jan. 3, 21, 2 p. m.
Pneb1a........... Jan. 12, 2 p. m.
Umat111a... ............... ....Jan. 16, 11 a. m.
Queen ....Jan. 7/23, 2 p. m.
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
Topeka........Jan. 8, 8, 13. 18, 23, 2^ 11 a. tn.
GUAYMAS, MAKATLAN, LA PAZ,
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO,
SAN PEDRO
Cnracao .........7th of each month, 12 m.
ALASKA CRUISES 191 % Leave Seattle
Spokane.. June 14, 28; July 12, 26: Auc. 9, 9 p. m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
Ticket Of floe«— Palace Hotel. 653 Market St..
16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. TeL Oakland 8680.
C. D. DUKAXN, General Passenger Agent.
EXPRESS SERVICE.
SEATTLE
TAGOMA
; SOUND PORTS AND ALASKA, .
• : Stee] steamahlp* >? . \u25a0
ADMIRAL SAMPSON,
-WATSON,
BUCKMAN -
Everj Wednesday and Saturday
LOW RATES - BEST SERVICE.
ALASKA-PACIFIC
STEAMSHIP CO.
TICKET f&^ar&'fc
i .OFFICES: } 67g Market rt. t-'
: ' Howard st. Dock No. S
B. J. RINGWOOD. General Freight and Pa«-
neneer A cen t. 316 Merchants" Exehane».
eAMERICAN-HAWAnAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
- Tehuantepec Route -
Reirnlar Fa«t Freight Serrlce
NEW YORK TO PACTFIO COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
\u25a0ailing . from New York every six days,
making 1 direct ' connection with Paciflc
steamers sailing , r from Sallna Cruz,
Mex., -every six day* for San Francisco.
PACIFIC - COAST PORTS TO ' NEW
YORK. 'Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European .ports binder through
rates and through^ bills of lading. Sail-
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN & : LAPHAM, Gen-
eral" Agents, 8 Bridge street. New
York.. WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO..
Gen eral Agents, . Pacific Coast.
Blf Sansome St, San Francisco
STEAMSHIPS
HARVARD ANDrYALE
h LOS ANGELES
Leaylng ai I Mondays, Wednesdays,
4 : p. m. ) Thursdays, Saturdays
Prom Pier 7, Paciflc \ Street 'Wharf
For. further Information, folder*
•'. ...'•••:-...•\u25a0' f '«tci:apply ;_. '.••';••\u25a0.•-••. .
TOYO KISEN KAfSHtt
, ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. America Maru. ...; .Thursday, Jan. 18, 1911
5. 8. Tenyo Mam. .... ."Wednesday, Jan.' lB, 1911
8. S.'Kinpon Maru..:. '.Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1911
8.~ 8. Chlyo Maru . . V. . . Wednesday, Mar.' 8, 1911
; : v Steamers - sail'; from company's • piers,'' Nos. 42,
44, near , foot of ; Second : street, \u25a0\u25a0 at 1 p.V m., for
Yokohama ; and s Hongkong, \u25a0 calling at , Honolulu,
Kobe ; (Hlogo) \u25a0- and Nagasaki ? and \ Shanghai ; and
connecting at:' Hongkong 'with: steamers for; Ma-
nila, , India," «tc. - ; No cargo received oa ' board on
day of sailing. Round trip ; ticket* at reduced
rates. ,-. :• /\u25a0\u25a0 :- \u25a0-\u25a0 '\u25a0-'-:-'"'\u25a0\u25a0 '- "\u25a0 -" '-\u25a0:
'•-\u25a0 For freight and s passage apply at offlc*, 240
James Flood building. - W. H. AVERY.V
. Assistant General -Manager. " :
New - Througn ; Passenger - and i Freight : Berrlca*
»•> , •'.\u25a0- Without Change.-" \u25a0- - . -.j, --.-\u25a0
SAN : FEANCIBCO TO ft WELLIKGTON, iN. Z..
R~ v - VIA TAHITI AND 5 RAROTONaI: \u25a0
6. 8. AOBANOI (4,288 toni) < \u25a0aIU.-.T. ; , :. Jaa. 11
S. 8. MAITAI (3,395 j tona) f sails - : . ; .-. . ,re£ *•
Sailings erery 28 days; connection at Welling-
ton - and - Auckland *. for -\u25a0 New . Zealand \u25a0 ports ' and
'Australia.'. -,>.v--^ .:-' .:\u25a0--- :„ •--•• •\u0084•...-.-\u25a0 \u0084
OCEANIC S.'. S. CO.: ' Gen. Ajrents; 80 = Calif." it
Ticket ; Office. ; 67a Market at. , - Telr: Sntter tea.
\u25a0 HONOLfIHI ' S^ S:< S'wraFC 10.000 'tons ;' dls^
UUH UL, UL.U placement) ; saJls 11' a." m.; 1 Jan.
'14M911;* Special round- trip $110.' first class.
iTA HITI AND NBW> ZEALAXD— S. a "
. - r '. Marlposa J sails \u25a0\u25a0 II j a.'< m.*,'s. February^ 2. ; :
.^Special ;»Tahiti f round ,trip/"5135/ffirst'?clasi, trip/" $135/ f first '? clasi' I ' l '
' OCEAXIC * MX E.T673 ; Mkt; ";]. teV% Sntter/ 648^
I finJUril 111 II •\u25a0\u25a0*' ' Lirline U3.ooo "tons) "laila
•'. S: - s. a Wilhelminar ; (13.600 * tons) sails " noon
Jan.f 18."; for i Hon vlnlu rand' HUo. js Round ; tri d :to
Honolulu." flrit class, f 110 and mf. ;.^ r . •--.
i'-MATSON;NAVIGATION;C0 M 52«8 ; Mark»t it.
Big; Leaguers to Play
•In Garden City
Nick Williams, \ the popular Seal
catcher, who ,wlll manage the Portland
Northwest club . next season; has gath
ered together a bunch, of Coast and
National and AmericanM«ague stars
who will play a series \of games
against a : like \u0084 aggregations which
Bobby Eager has collected down in San
'Jose. There will -be five games in a.ll
and the \u25a0 first will be played tomorrow
afternoon on the Garden City diamond.
Jimmy \ Byrnes will do 'the catching
for Williams' club. Krause will pitch,
Williams -will play first. Dick Eagan
second. Bob. Burns short and Terry Mc-
Kunecthird. In the outfield there will
be I j Heine Heitmuller and two other
well known performers.
On the opposing- lineup will be
Eager, Hal Chase, Frank Arellanes.
Harry Wolters. Charley Fiene and oth
ers well known to local and eastern
fame. Bull Perine will hold the indi
cator.
SEMIFINAL GOLF PLAT
PINBHUBST, N. C, D«c. 30. — Walter 3 j
Travis of Garden City. Robert B. Hunter of
Midlothian, Parker W. Wblttemore of the Brook
line country clnb and Paul M. Hunter of Midloth
ian will meet here tomorrow ln the semifinal
round for the President's cup In the seventh an
nual holiday week golf tournament. Today they
were victors In the first aad second match play
rounds. . ...
TRAIMS LEAVE AMD ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM DECEMBER 11, 1118
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
2.15 a Niles, Tracy, Lathrop, iatocitoa,
Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove. Sacramento IMS?
6.40 a Harvard. Niles. Saa Jose. 7.08 a
- 7.00 a Richmond, Port CosU, Beaida, Suisua )
Dlxon, Sacramento, Rosevflle,Maryt- > 7.28?
. vllle. Redding. Dunsmulr J 10.38p
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville. Rum5ey .......... 7.28p
7.00 a Davis. Woodlaad (Uaryrrnie. Oro-
vffle). Williams. Maxwell. Willows,
Hamilton. Corning, • Red Bluff 7.28?
7.40 a Vallejo, Napa, Calistoca, SanU Rosa,
Martinez.... 6.08b
7.40 a Avoa, Sao Ramon (tLlvermore) .... 6,48?
7.40 a Niles. Pleasanton, Llvermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi. Sacrameato. 7.28 p
7.40 a Tracy, Los Baaos. Kerman, Fresno. . . 4.08p
B.ooa Newark (Centerville). Saa Jose, Loa
;. Gitos, Wright, Fdtoa (Boulder
Creek), Santa Crux.. 5.48?
8.20 a Port CosU. Martinez. Byron. Traey.
Stockton, Merced, Fresao, Goshea
Junction (Haaford, Armona), Visalia.
Portervllle, Bakersfidd.... 4.48b
8.20 a Yosemite Valley via Merced........ ... 4.43?
9.00 a Niles (Saa Jote), Livermore. Stockton >
(•Milton). Valley Spring. lone. 5acra-
meat0...... ........... 4.08?
9.00 a Soar:-, Tootumne and Angds 4.08?
9.00 a Atlantic Express— Sacramento. Truc-
kee, Ogdea, Salt Lake City, Dearer,
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago. ...... 8.28?
9.40 a Richmond, Fort Costa, Martiaes
Bay Point BXBp
; 10.20 a Vallejo. Mare Island. Naps : 1 1.28 a
10.20 a Los Angelet Passenger— Port Costa,
Martines, Byron, Tracy, Stockton.
Merced, Fresno (Haaford. Coalinga.
Visalia). Bakersfidd. Los Annies 7.48b
10.40 a San Francisco - Overiand Limited —
Denver, Kansas City, St. t Louis,
: Omaha, Chicago... ............ 6.28?
- 1 1.20 a Shasta limited— Portland. Tacoma,
Seattle..... 9.18s
12.00 D GoldSeld Pass.— Port CosU. Benida,
Sacramento, Traokee, Hacea, Wa-
buska (Yerlngton, Mason), Mini.
i -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• • Toaopah, Qoldfldd. Laws. Keder. . . . 7.48 a
12.00n Davis. Yolo, Williams, Colusa Junc-
tion, Wlflowj :... 2.48p
12.00n Marysvllle, Chleo, Red Blufl 4.08p
, I J)9p Ntles, Irvington, Saa Jose 2.43?
1.40p San Leaadro, Nile*, Centerville,/ 9.08 a
Newark, San Jose \ 7.48b
/ 2.00p Newark. Saa Jose, Los Gatos, Wright,
r- \u25a0 .. Fdtoa (Boulder Creek), SanU Cruz... 9.88p
2.40p Saa Leaadro, Niles, Saa Jote 9.28 a
3.00b Benida, Winters, Sacramento— Wood-
\u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0 land. Knights Landing, Tudor, Yuba
aty.Marysvffle... !0.48a
3.20b Port CosU (Stockton), Martiaes,
Byron. Modesto. Merced, Fresno 1 2.08 p
3.45p Via Sausallto. West Napa, St. Helena.
Callstoga 10.35 a
4.00b Vallejo. Napa, Callstoga, SaaU Rosa,
- -.- Martinei.Saa Ramon, Livermore. ... 9.28 a
4.00p Niles (Center vUle. Newark). liver-/ 10.28 a
: more. Tracy, Stockton, Lodi... \ 11.18?
4.40p San Leandro, Hayward, Niles. Fleas-
antoa, livermore, Tracy, ' Newman.
Kerman, Fresno 1 1.18?
5.00p Vallejo, Fort Costa, Benida, Sacra-
mento, Lincoln, MarytvUle, Oroville ..II ,28a
• B.OOp Davis, Woodland, Yolo, Arbuckle.
. - - Williams, Colma Junction. Willows... 10.38p
B.OOp RusselL Saa Jose, Los Gatos 9.28 a
•- 5.20? San Leandro, NUet, San Jose 7.48 a
6.00? Owl Limited— Los Angles B.oBa
6.40p Eastern Express— Ogden. Pueblo, Dea-
- - ver, Kaasw City, St. Louis, Chicago,
Port Costa, Benida, Sacrameato,
Truekee, Reno, Sparks. . . ; . ..... 8.28?
6.40p Hayward, Niles and Saa Jose 6.48 ?
J7.00p Vallejo, Port Costa, Martiaex, Bay
Point and Way Stations...... til. 18?
7.40p Richmond. Port CosU. Martinez,
Cornwall, Byron, Tracy. Stockton... 12.48s
. 8.20p Oregon - Express — Sacramento, Rose-
viUe. MarvsTille, Redding, Ashland.
Portland, Tacoma. Seattle. Spokane. 9.08 a
9.00s China and Japan Fast Mail— Ogden.
Cheyenne, Denver,- Kaasas City,
• .' Omaha, Chicago 2.48p
9.00b Port Costa. Bentda. Sacramento, Col-
\u25a0\u25a0• fax. Truokee, Ren0. ...... ...~..... 10.08 a
' 9.40p BakersSeW. McKittrick. Monarch.
Moron, Fd10w.......... 8.28 a
9.40» Richmoad. Port Costa, Tracy,
;\u25a0>-;\u25a0 Modesto, Merced, Fresno, Haaford,
' Coalinga, Visalia. TnUre 8.28 a
9.40p Portland \u25a0 Express— Davit, Willows.
Red Bluff. Weed (Klamath Falls).
Ashland. Roseburg. Portland, Tacoma *
5eatt1e...................... 12.28p
9.40p Hunter's Train— Saturday only. Saa
Jote and Way Stations *7.48p
NETHERLANDS ROUTE— From Pacific Street Wharf.
CoUinsville. Emmaton, Rla VlsU, Isleton, Ryde. Wal-
nut Grove, Vorden, Courtlaad. Clarksburg. Sacramento.
Sttamer Navajo. leaves San Fraadsco 8.-00 a. m.diily
except Bunday, stopping at pointt shown, arriving Sac-
ramento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9:00 p.m. daily
except Sunday (so (tops ea route), arriving Saa Fran-
cisco 5:00 a.m. :
Steamer Modoe er Apache, leaves Saa Francfsro 1.00
p.m. daily, except Suaday; arrive Saa Francisco 11.30
pja. \u25a0/\u25a0.,: '\u25a0'.\u25a0 •--\u25a0 '_ . :.- . • .-".-."
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY— From San Francisco,
\u25a0 Minion Street Wharf— Dally— Hourly from 6.00 a.m.
; to 9.00 djbl, inclusive.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vla Alameda Pier.
,To Oakland and Alameda— t6.ia tfi-45 a.m., and thea
10 and 45 minutes pact the hour until 7.45 p.m*; then
8.30. 9.15. 10.0 a IOIS. 11-30 pjn. and 12.15 a.m.
To Alameda and Frultvalt via Horseshoe, ume n above.
a for Morning. ". . p for Afternoon. , f Sunday excepted.
- J Sunday only.' f Saturday and Sunday oaly.
\u0084 aSunday aad Monday only.
/$j!&&/ $j!&& Schedule Effective
p^Bx] November 1, 1910
N^fev^ UXION ' FERRY DEPOT
j».?sa-13<^r \u25a0' San Francisco
I^avq ]\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0 Via Bansallto | ArrlTiT
7:45 a Petaluma. Santa Kosa, HeadU- '
burg, ClOTerdale, .;Ukiab,. :\vil-
. llts, Sherwood. *OuerneTille,
' 'Monte . Rio, , 'Duncan Mills
Sebastopol \u25a0...........\u25a0•\u25a0 - «.~t _
8:15 a ••Sonoma. ••Glen E11en. .... "* : «^T £
8:15 a Pt. Reyes; Camp Meeker. Caia- \u25a0*
tSAS a Petaluma:"santa*"Bo«i""HVaidt- 16:33 P
; . burg. * CloTerdale, >. GuemeTlUe.
• Monte> Rio, Duncan ' Mills •\u2666?.<»•
10:45 a Petaluraa, Santa Rosa ...... •'. '" ' l I:S "
p Pt. • Reyes." Camp Meeker (i-ares P
.. - from Cazadero) . . . . . . . ; . . t -^_
8:15 p Petaluma. Santa Boea. He'a'ldV * TnJ5 D
• ;burg. aoTerdale, Uklah^GaCT -\u25a0 "
. netllle. Monte \u25a0 828,"^.?:
->. Sebastopol...... nnanc * n „
\u25a0'4 :48 p Sonoma, ~ Glen f Ellen ..-...*"*-*•• J*:08J * :08 »
, 5:15 p Petalnma. Santa Roaa. . .* ''/_\u25a0'•"- SlS'*
. ELECTBIC SUBTTRB AX VIA SATOaTFST- 1
Bauaalito.7MUl Vallay. Saa, Eafael" n »
erery • 30 . minutes from 8:45 ; a. m V^
ur- m. ; hourly until \u25a0 2 :45 p. m. f e^n? .I 11 8 :45
p. m. does not run to San Rafsrt.SV 11 ? 2:43
Then 3:15 p. m. and every 30 minute
p.^n rthen 7:45,.8:43 p. mTand 12%\ , nt " 8: «
LeaTes t6:4V * H:l5 s.i, m< «, .
9 :45. 10:43, s 11 :45 a. m.; 12 :45, ! 1 -43 2 •« I : ??*
8:45,; 4:15/ 4:45. 5:15.- 5:45 e-is' £\u25a0£' f : 15-'
9:45 p. m.V tl2:01 a. m. . ' • 15 « 6:45 '"7" 7: '«.
a»<aei-8: 45 a. » .> t l:«
0:45,:;7:45, 8.45, : |9:30,' 10:45 11:43 a. m l"»-7^ •
i:«rB:W.-f4:« j. 5:15.'6:U lp.; m * 11-Or'./m '
vi •funday« r arrire .7:35 p.-. m. ; ''Sundays , arriv*
T:O5 p.vm, tExcept Sundaya.« JSunday»^onlV #
i Saturdaya • only. ; ITlburon direct -- 1 IThuradaM
imlyo -;.•.;«.-,•: ;:;-\u25a0":... c=;?-;»c = ;?-;» •- ;\ \u25a0\u25a0•^•\u25a0/i r
j ? Pacific ' transfer company's agents ar« "aotb^
J tefl f to ; deck ; baggage direct from ; realdenc**
Amateur War Goad Is
Fading Away
NEW YOKK, Dec. 30.— War between
the amateur athletic union and :th«»
athletic research society Is unlikely,
according to A. A. U. official* today.
The aims of both organizations ar«
similar. It Is said, and there is no cause
fnr '•«. clash The A. A. V. Is willing.
Us" o a fflStifr.Ut!. c that athletic federa
tion branches established by the ;ath
letic research society compete among
themselves without A. A. U. "«|*J"
tio«. The only compulsory registra
tion -vould be for athletes desiring to
compel, in A. A. V. open events. -
James Sullivan, secretary of the
A. A. U.. «ays tfte efforts of the so
ciety to promote Interest In athletics
among young: teople all over the cour.
try meet with x> e approval of his or
ganizatioa. , ;• . . - .
"It is a good thing for the sport, ana
the research society U now starting to
do what the A. A. c>. **%s been doinff
for the last 20 years," s«id Sullivan.
"If the society succeeds In raisins all
the churches, schools, settlement,,, p y- a i
erounds and similar associations under
om> zreat head It will b© a sreat
move The a! A. U. will give 1 all pos-
Sible aid Ind It will be a splendid
thing for us."
COBXELL BEATS YALE
CHICAGO Dec. 30. — Cornell tonight won tS9
first of Its threi game Ice hockey Mrte» wtti
Yale by 4 to 3. . \u25a0 \u25a0
RAIL WA V TRA VEL
VIA COAST LINE
Lesw CTnird and Townaad Strteto) Antrs
t5.10a Valencia »<«t. Oceaa Vl«w. Colas.
Ctaseterles. Badea. Saa 8run0...... T8.351
6.30 a South Saa Francisco, Saa Jose, Gilroy.
(Hoillster). Sarjeat. Pajaio, Watson-
Tillo, SanU Craj - •-. 730>
7.10 a South San Fraaclaro. Palo Alto, fcaa
Jost. Way Stations. : ?•*£*
7. 1 0 a MiySeld. Los Altos, loa Gatos t7.20p
B.ooa Shore Una Umlt*l— Paw Ecblej
Hot Sprlags, SanU Barbara. Los
Angelea •••• 9SO,
8^0» El Paw, San Aatonto. Hotaton, New
Orteara, Chicar> »M East ....^.... 9-3 C»
BJ)5a The Coa«ter— Saa Jose. Paiaro (TTat-
eonTllle, Santa Cmi). CaitroTllle.
(D«l Moats, Monterey, Pacific Grove).
Salinas, Soledad. Paso Robles Hot
Springs, Saa tma Obispo, Sort,
(Lompoc). SaaU Barbara, \tntun,
Oxaard, Los Aajtlea *IJB9
B.lo* Vayueld. Lot Altos. Las Gatoe. TVrlzht.
Glenwood (Boulder Cwek), Sacta Cno. .
Wataonville, CaatnTllle. Del Monte,
Monterey. Pacific Grore 9-C0»
9.00 a San Jose, Gilroy, Salinas, Paw Roblea
Hot Springs, Saa Lv!« Obtepo—
Tret Plnos — WetsonYiae, SaaU
Crux. Del Monte, Monterey. Pacific
GroTe 4.00s
10.40 a South Saa Francisco. Bnrllngame. Saa
Mateo. Palo Alto, San Jose tB.3Ca
10.40 a Los Altos, MoaUViaU. Lot Gates.. { t f;fcp
1 1.30 a Valeacia Street. Ocean View. Colma,
Cemeteries. Baden. Saa Bruno 1.35?
i 1.40 a South Saa Fraadsco, Saa Jose tB-2C»
2.00* Del MonU Express— Saa Jose. Gl'.roy.
Sarzent (W»wionvilla. Santa Cnu).
Del Monte, .Monterey, PaciSi; GroTe,
(Salmat) 12.3Cp
2.05p South Saa Fraaeiaco, Palo Alto, Saa
J0ee..... &45a
t2.05? Lot Altoa, MosU Vista, Los Gstcs. ... t3.25?
3.00p South San Fraadsco, Saa Matto, San
Jose. Gilroy, Tres Plaos. Salinas 10.10 a
3.00 i WittoaTtlle, SaaU Cruz. Castrovllle.
Del Monte. Moaterey, Pacific Grors 10.10 a
3.15s SaaU Clan. West San Jose, Let Gatos,
' Wright (Boulder Creek). Saata Cma. 10.30 a
4.00? Sunset Express — Tvtvoa, Demise
El Paso, Houston, New Orleans,
Chicago 10.55 a
4joob WMhlugtca Soafct Route — Waealat>
ton, aC , Ntw York and Eatt 10.65 a
4.00s Eaasas City, St. Louis, Cklearo 1 0.55 a
4JXf Fata Robles Hot Springs, Saa Lull
Obispo. SaaU Barbara aad Lot
Angeles 10.58 a
4.20 a South Saa Francisco. Saa Jose T9-Co*
tS.O6t Buriingaste, Saa Mateo, Palo Alto,
Saa Jose aad Way Stations 9.45 a
t5.20» Redwood, Palo Alto, Saa Jose I.IC»
t5.20s Los Altos. Monta Vista, Los Gatot.... 1 3.25 9
f 8.25b Budlngame. San Mateo, Saa Jcte 3.25 p
tS^Op Loop— Valencia Stzeet. Ocean View.
Cemeteries. Sonta Sta Fraadsco,
23d Street, 3d aad Townsead.T?^. . t8.40n
B. 40» Saaßruao^aa Mateo,Redvood J'alo ( |7.25t
Alto. Saata Clir*. Eaa Joee.. \ 7J5a
J5.408 Los Altos. Lot Gates. Z9A3»
|B.oop Millbrae. Saa Mateo, Palo Alto. May-
field. Los Altos. Lot Gatos 1 3.C0a
t8.05» 23d Street. Visttadan. South Saa
Francisco. Vakaela 5treet.. ......;.. "t7.IS»
BM9 South Saa Fraadsco, Saa Jots. 5.45?
B.oo* The Lark— Paso Robles Eot Springs.
SanU Barbara, Los Angeles 8.30 a.
8.05b Lot Angeles Pasaengtr- Gilroy. Balinat.
Paeo Robles Hot Spriajs, Saa Luis
Obispo, SaaU Barbara and Los
Angeles 8.30 a
10.00s Saa Joee aad Way SUtioct 7.20 a
I 1.45p South San Francisco. Palo Alto. Baa J 7.43>
Joee t $»O.5Cb
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vla Oakland Pitr. -\u25a0
To Oakland. Berkeley. Berryman, Catt Oakland end
Frultvaie— Dally— From 6.00 a. m^ aad eTery i-wenty
miautes until 7.00 p. n.. Inclaßlre: then 7.40. SJO
9.00, 9.40, 10^0. IfOO. 11.40- p. nu 12.20 and 1.20
a.m.
To Sather and Mtirose via Seventh St— Dairy— From
6.00 a. m., and every tweaty minute* until 7.00 r> m
faclusiTe. thea 7.40, 8.20, 9XO. 9.40, 10.20, 11 CO
and 11.40 p. ou
To Stonshurtt— Daily Except Suaday— (J.oo. 7CO 800
9.00 a. bl. 2.20. 3.00. 4.00. fi.oo. 5.40 p. m. Sunday
only 9.00. lttOO a. m. 1.00, 2.Ca 3.00. 4.C0, 5.C0,
5.43 p. m. ,
To Oakland First St, Fniltvala, Alameda. via Hortethee
—Daily— From t6.CO. 6.20 a. nu aad eTenr twenty
minutes until 8.20 a. m.. mclori-n; thea 900. 9%
10.00. 10.2 a 11.00, 11JM a. m.. 12a^ 12^a 1 00. IJa
2.0 a 2.20. 3.0 a 3.20. 13.40 p. n>. and erery hreatr
minutes until 7 p.m., inclusive: 7.40. B^o, 9 CO. 940
10.2 a 11.00. and 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 120 V . S
AddUtoaal tram to Oakland Pint SI., 2.15 a. m.
To Wert Berkeley— Dal^r Except Scaday— Frea 6CO
a. m. and every tweaty Esinutes tntfl SjO a. nv tnAn.
kin; thea 9.00 a. m. and every hour until 4.Cf i xc
\u25a0 lacl ,?t l 2; Aiua 4J2 °. P- m - awl twenty x -. - m
until 7.00 p. m.. Ineluidve; thea 7.40 p. m., fat X
\u25a0 9.40. 102 a 11.00. 11.40 p. m. aad lj/d ZiZ?
To , t Wi ? J 9r , k ?!? y r^ Iffi<!mTS enly-Frem 8.00
then 7.0 a 7.4 a BJ2XK 9.00 a, m.. teclcilTe: t%
a. m. aad every tweaty miautet 7.00 p. m.. •»
thea 7.40 p. nx. 8.20, 9.00, 9.4 a 10.20. 11 0
p. m. tad 12.20 a. ca.
To Cor W»— Daily Except Sonday— From « 00 a
2^5 T i^« mlaute '..' IDtll 82 ° »• ro - Mad^-Kta"
9.(X). 10.00 a. m.. 12.00 m., I.OQ. 2.0 a 3.00r4.00. 4J21
4.4 a 5.00. 5J». 5.40 aad (LOO pt mT *- Wr * w * 44 ~ '
To CorMii- Suadayt onhr-From fI.OO a. m., ihea »00
a.nx. 9.20 a. m. and every twenty miautet until
o.w p. m.
To Stege, Rlehmonl Punmaa-fl.oo a, hl, 5.40 a m.. «^0
p. in. HHMHHEHBI
d&tjrSde^ " lfc<rtwl te rt « k *"*"
MUIR WOODS />^^\
MT. TAMALPAIS^i^
VIA BAUSAUTO FERRY
UNiON C£f>OT, FOOT Of MARKET iTREET
Btgrf Tris fron Saa Franclioo. SI.3Q • ..,
; tT-Sas fruchq tf.HrirlMtt tt. Tw^yKi
Weekday Smda7 W«*k<far] SnaAiy WeeUayl S*.
3:45 a 8:45 a f 7:20 a 11:50 a 7:2os> V
* 4:45p 10:45 a 2:40p • 1:50» 4:4^
•••.-. 11:45 a 4:50p 2:50b * J-tf
••••.. 1:4 5f . . 3:50p U..
....... 2:<Sp '.....I 4.40» /..
, * Saturdays. t Mondays. %Hf T»
, T?rV«t f\K,L. i Sausalito Ferry— •"?*!.
-' 11 ? rt . Officef^874Mark e tr-te'. i>
General Office— Mill Valley. Califr.-nia.
"Imn H Tiaalnh- ul "*Ur lv' p>,
BAT AXD IXTEriR
Mareiilanj !Tr
\u25a0 Boars icav
.«:oa&ior
Dock ««<*
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