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Gillett and Shortridge Fire
Opening Guns at Big Oak=
Success of Executive Declared
Necessary to Continued
Prosperity of State
"AKLAXH. April Iβ.- -With lively in
terest and enthusiasm, the campaign
for the renomination of President Taft
xras opened in Alameda county tonight
at a mass meeting: which was held at
the Macdonough theater. Former Gov
f-rnor James N. Olllett and Samuel M.
Rhortridge were the principal speakers.
Charles Mifflin Hammond, chairman
ef the state Taft republican executive
campaign committee, called the meet
ing- to order. W. K. Dennlson of Ala- '
meda was chairman of the evening.
Jn a brief preliminary address Ham
mond said that he trusted that the
large number of voters who had regis
tered would be in evidence at the poll*
on primary election day. Hβ declared
that there were 95 republicans out of
every 100 persons in the state, and that
the major portion of these were for
the re-election of President Taft. He
eaid that California and the bay cities
in particular owed a great debt of
STatitude to Taft for his activity in as
sisting to bring the fair to San Fran
3VOT ANGRY, LIKE OTHERS
Dennlson introduced Samuel M. Short
ridgre, who spoke in part as follows:
"T am here primarily and lastly to
talk as a republican man to republican
men and women and to speak earnestly
In a kindly manner. I am not angry in
this flgrht. Governor Johnson is fairly
eaten up with anger, and former Gov
ernor Pardee has been in the same con
dition ever since we failed to elect him
governor for the second tim*. But I
am not here to arraign the democratic i
party, in whose breast hope springs '
eternal, nor any other person or per
sons who may differ with us. I am
here simply as a republican. I am
sorry to differ with certain other re- (
publicans within the party, but the suc
cess of the party is certainly gTeater
than the success of any one man.
"The success of Taft is necessary to
the continued prosperity of Califor
nia, and I ask you to consider well the
you nominate to lead the party to I
victory. And I have not the slightest i
doubt that if you renominate Taft thei
republican party will triumph in No
ALWAYS HAS FACE AHEAD
'The republican party has always
been the party of progress. It has al
ways had its face ahead. It has been
the party of accomplishment. It is the
party which has always been faithful
to the constitution, to the rights of
citizens and which has moved forward
in conservative safe and sane pro
"The narty is not wedded to the
T-HPt, but is regardful of it. It has
profited by its lessons, and moves for
ward cautiously. Progress in every |
8"n?e is written all over the banner of j
the republican party, and no one man
•an claim the honor of bringing it J
about. Therefore, I say that the safely
of the party today is more to be con
sidered than the ambitions of any one
Rhortridge apoke of the record of
Taft since hit election and said that
. he was a man of capacity, ability, sin- J
cerity and" honor and greater than his
detractors. He denied that Taft was
f> reactionary or that he was in any
way allied with big business.
H» said that the president had im
proved every detail of the national gov
ernment since he had taken office. He
held that Taft had revised numerous
Nvptems and carried on affairs with in
tegrity. He cited the situation exist
ing in the postofflce department, say
ing- that there was a surplus in the
place of a deficit that had existed be
• fore Taft instituted his reforms.
Shortridge declared that the president
was no less a friend of one man than
another. He mentioned the employers'
limited liability act and spoke of the
improvement in the operations of the
interstate commerce law.
Former Governor Gillett was intro
duced by the chairman and said:
•President Taft seeks renomination,
*s nearly every president has done be
fore him. He wants again to be the
standard bearer of his party.
"And he should be. He has been in
public life for many years, and gained
the confidence of the people long be
fore he took the presidential chair.
iHe was a superior Judge when a. vpry
• ybung man, then solicitor general, then
circuit judge and fltially went to the
Philippines to take charge of the diffi
cult situation there.
PEOPLE ALWAYS RULE
"In all of these positions the people
have learned to respect him. He has
now been president for three years.
He has been assailed by friends un
til It Is doubtful whether the repub
lican party can weather the storm in
"Taft's chief opponent, Colonel Roose
velt, has raised the issue ac to whether
the people shall rule. The people have
always ruled and always will as long
as this is a republic. That issue is as
old a* the country. Adams and Van
Buren were assailed on the same
grounds and on the charges that they
were aristocrats and allied with the
"If the people have not ruled during
President Taft's administration the
records will show it. The fart is that
T»ft b*« advocated and put through
niu' li progressive legislation during his
short tenure of office. Tf he is de
feated it will be on the principal ground
' tie lias incurred enmity of the
trusts, which he has prosecuted vigor
ously for illegal combination. It is in
conceivable that the charge that these
trusts are supporting him could be true.
FOIGHT WITH MILLIONS
■ He has taken steps to dissolve the
Standard Oil company, the tobacco
trust, the paper trust, the elevator
trußt and others too numerous to men
tion. It if little wonder that he suf
fered defeat at the primaries In Pe.nn
. sylvania. A lengthy complaint against
the steel trust has already been
drawn at his instigation, and attempts
are to ho made to dissolve it as being
a combination in restraint of trade.
'|Tne only thing that is hurting Taft
today, if anything ran hurt him, is his
fearless attitude toward these trusts.
They are fighting him with their mll
]i.»n« and millions of dollars."
Gillett urged the women to vote for
Taft as hHng the logical candidate to
succeed himself. There were many
women in the audience.
Another meeting, at a date not yet
fixed, is to be held to effect the per
manent organisation of the Taft Re
publican club of Alameda cooaty. At
' tb*t time the officers will be elected, (
Minutes of the Two
Houses of Congress
WASHINGTON, April 18.—Day
Met «t boor
Considered mtscellaneou* bill*
Commfrff committee appointed
subcommittee of woven member*
to take testimony In Titanic In.
( halrnixm Dlllingham of l.ori
mer committee announced • its
report would be ready noon.
Finance committee voted ad
verse report on chemical tariff
Adjourned at T»:50 p. in . un
til 2 p. in. Friday.
Met at Noon
Resumed consideration of post
office appropriation hill.
to rcKnlate amateur wireless
telegraphy and his resolution to
establish by joint agreement
trans-Atlantic travel routes.re
ported favorably by committee.
Adjourned at 5:39 p. m.. until
THE LOCAL ISSUE
Major Georg-e W. Stone of Santa
Cruz looks upon the present campaign
as a fight to maintain the state organ
ization established by Governor Hiram
W. Johnson rather than a struggle for
an expression of opinion favorable to
one or another of the republican can
didates for president, according to the
following- excerpt from a letter written
by him and griven out by the Roosevelt
publicity bureau yesterday:
"To regain political control of the
state —to injure Governor Johnson —is
more than anything else the aim of the
Taft campaigners. This should be
made plain to the people."
Governor Johnson is to be the prin
cipal speaker at a Roosevelt meeting in
the Macdonoug-h theater, Oakland, to
M. C. Zumwalt of Tulare. W. F. Chan
dler of Fresno, Stewart Edward White
of Santa Barbara and Frank R. Devlin
of Solano report conditions very favor
able for Roosevelt in their counties.
A Roosevelt ciub has been organised
in the twenty-eighth district, with the
following officers: President, Andrew
Cunningham; vice presidents, Walter
Macauley, James Conyers, Walter Lar
sen* and John Connolly: secretary, N.
Lennon; treasurer, George E. Dodg-e;
sergeant at arms, F. Beck.
Officers have been elected as follows
by the Roosevelt club of the thirtieth
district: President, Thomas F. Roberts;
secretary, Milton B. Runkle; vw presi
dents. John C. Barr, L. H. Holomon. John
Kilroy, Luther C. Case and Mrs. Clara
In the forty-third district a club was
organized in behalf of Roosevelt at the
El Monalda apartments Monday night
as follows: President, James <'. Sims:
secretary, A. M. Duncan; treasurer. W.
Roosevelt adherents in San Leandro
organized last Saturday by electing- of
ficers as follows: President. L .T. Tof
felmier; vice president, A. C. V.irgas:
secretary, Harris P. Jones; treasur- r.
William J. Gannon. The following com
mittee on permanent organization was
named: A. B. Cary. A. A. Rogers. C.
1... Best, Dr. Charles Coleman. AL Geisen
hofer, W. A. Brown and C W. Spurr.
Announcement was made yesterday of
a big reduction in refrigeration rates
on deciduous fruits. The decrease will
apply to shipments from California to
eastern points. It is estimated that the
amended tariffs will save the shippers
of the state from $75,000 to $100,000 a
year. The new schedule of charges was
given out yesterday in the offices of the
Pacific Fruit express, a subsidiary of
the Southern Pacific. The reduction
was voluntary on the part of the South
ern Pacific, and came after a series of
conferences with fruitmen.
These new refrigeration tariffs are
being: checked over and the Southern
Pacific intends to make an effort to
have the interstate commerce commis
sion allow the rates to go into effect
within one day's notice instead of the
prescribed 30 days.
The rates now in effect for deciduous
fruits are from $70 to $90 per car, while
the new rates will be from $70 to $75
per car, or a reduction of from 11% to
16 2-3* per rent, which will put all ship
ments under practically a blanket rate.
Heretofore shippers at Ran Jose were
paying- $20 per car more for shipments
of deciduous fruits than were the ship
pers of the Placer county territory,
while shippers from points between
Stockton., Fresno, Vacaville and that
vicinity were paying $85, and will now
pay $76 for a pre-iced car.
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912.
PRESS CLUB SHOW
ONE LONG LAUGH
Newspaper Men Display Real
Talent as Actors Before
Big Matinee Crowd
Every art is akin and that is the
reason why the newspaper fraternity
slipped so easily into the roles of
thespians at the "Six Tears After"
show at the Columbia theater yester
day afternoon. A big house was sur
prised to find that a poet might wrig
gle a nimble foot when occasion pre
sented, that the man on police had a
Bonei talent and the court reporter a
spirit of fun giving in his makeup al
together unsuspected in his serious
The Press club hung proudly on the
front sheets of Its excellent program,
"Scoop," the announcement. "Nobody
hut members of the Press club In the
cast." To those who know of the en
tertaining nights to -which these Bo
hemians are in the habit of asking
their friends yesterdays show appeared
to be merely an extra effort, but to
the exoteric, those not in the know, the
matinee of yesterday opened up new
fields of delight and entertainment.
As is the custom, many of the pro
fession, the actor folks, were on hand
to listen and learn. John Morissey of
the Orpheum was present looking over
the cast with a critical eye, hoping to
find in the. medley a new dramatic
hope. John. Manager John, was reti
cent after the performance, but he
was heard to say "Bully, bully ,, sev
eral times—and this man Moriseey Iβ
not given to overpraise.
MIXSTRELS A HIT
The German minstrels , opened the
performance, that is if yon except the
palaver of Arthur Regensberger, Her
man Heller and Fred Butler before the
curtain went up. This trio engaged
in a running dialogue in the dark, try
ing to explain away.the fun that was
to come. The many personal touches
and taunts in this prologue were rich
But the German minstrels made the
real beginning. Once the curtain went
up on thr 3d songsters and comedians
there was never a halt. In passing it
might be said that nine acts were put
on without the slightest delay in a lit
tle over two hours. Fred Butler, whose
experience dates back to the days of the
Alcazar's first production, said that no
professiona.l show in his recollection
ever ran so'smoothly on an opening per
Burr McTntosh. Franklin B. Morse, E.
D. Burrows, Al Joy and W. L,. Mallabar
were the stars of the minstrel part. Of
course, there were many lesser lights
twinkling unseen in the back row of
the chorus who will be in the first row
next year, and all these deserve recog
Thompson sang in a great,
sonorous voice a song written by Hel
ler. "I'm a Bohemian," and had to re
peat both song and chorus.
Waldemar Young and "William J.
Jacobs gave their wonderfully funfty
sketch, 'When Caesar Ran a News
paper." The laughs came so frequent
and so long In this sketch that Manager
\V. Russell Cole, who had seen the skit
in rehearsal, had to guard the ticket
office himself while the ushers and
treasurers in Gottlob & Marx's employ
peeked at the footlights.
a numt>er or excellent merit was the
'.Toys and Glooms" of Freddie Thau, Al
Joy and E. D. Burrows. Thau acted as
a ventriloquist and used his companions
as manikins until Joy rebelled and Bur
rows wanted to have his own say. And
then laughter ran riot.
'The Politicians" closed the perform
ance, presenting a sketch wherein all
the prominent candidates for the nom
ination for the presidency were allowed
to put forth their claims to the chair.
Burr Mclntosh was Be-a-boreßose-and
fell; Waldemar Young, Big Bill Laft:
Franklin B. Morse, Willing Jennings
Tryin; William J. Jacobs. Robbered Ah
forget; W. L. Malabar, Would-run Will
poon, and Thomas Bellew, Chump Mark.
William Pennington was a demure lit
tle stenographer. Miss Anna Nlas.
Pennington, by the way, contributed
largely to the fun of the day, first by
being caught flirting with Charles Han
lon in a box in the theater and later as
Cleopatra in the Roman burlesque of
Young and Jacobs.
Ed Scaly should not be forg-otten in
the feminine roles, for his Calpurnia
had so much fire in it that it almost
broke up Caesar's editorial sanctum.
Haig Patigan drew a picture of the
wreck of the old city hall enveloped
in fire. His work was rapid and finely
executed and won enthusiastic applause.
"Bill" Osterfeldt threw on Ihe screens
one of his beer moving pictures. The
members of the Press club have got
into the habit of expecting something
good of Osterfeldt.all the time, and he
did not disappoint yesterday.
The orrhestra was excellently con
ducted by Herman Heller, who also
contributed a violin solo number.
The show is to be repeated Saturday
night, the curtain going up at 12 o'clock.
This idea of a midnight performance is
a novelty to San Franciscans, but it is
expected that the Bohemian element of
the town will be present in numbers
to fill the house from orchestra rail to
the last row in the gallery.
WILD WEST SHOW
Youngsters From Orphan Asy
lums Wilt Be Treated to
The trade winds of yesterday after
noon and the cool air of last night had
no perceptible effect upon the attend
ance at the 101 Ranch wild west at
Twelfth and Market street. Two over
flowing- audiences gathered in the big
arena, enjoyed the excitement of seeing
plucky cowboys and equally plucky
cowgirls riding bucking- horses, en
tered into the sptrit of, the clever rop
ing contests, felt the thrill inspired by
the realistic Indian attacks upon stage
coach* and pioneer's camp, and laughed
unstintedly at the anting of the cow
boy clowns and their able coadjutors,
a bunch of very knowing mules and
In the morning there was a second
parade, and the professional features of
the show were exhibited in the streets
of the Fillmore and Mission districts.
The unwonted spectacle, with its gayly
decorated Indians and other typical wild
west features, attracted big crowds all
along- the line. At the afternoon per
formance, which followed, the members
of "The Pink Lady" and "Balkan
Princess" companies were guests of the
management. This afternoon the or
phans from the various institutions to
the number of several hundred will be
entertained, and a number of special
features will be introduced for the
amusement of the youngsters.
In addition to the two performances
of the Wild West show to be given
this afternoon and evening, there will
be exhibitions Saturday and Sunday.
TAKEN BY REBELS
TUCSON. Ariz., April 18.—Thirty
were killed in a battle which resulted
in the capture of Culiacan, the capital
of Sinaloa, by rebels yesterday, accord
ing to reports which reached Tucson to
day. Earlier reports had been to the
effect that the federals had withdrawn
from the city and that the rebels had
been invited to take possession. After
the battle the federals and rifrales re
treated to Altata.
EL. PASO. Tex., April 18.—An official
rebel report received at Juarez today
states that the liberals captured Sierra
Mojada, where there are large Ameri
can interests, yesterday. The report
says that 37 federals were killed, 52
prisoners taken and 82 rifles. 7,i>32
rounds of ammunition and 106 horses
captured. Their own loss is not given.
A report of the capture of this place j
seems to have been premature. j
XA2TB SKELETON 18 FOUND--Santa Cm*.
April 18. —O. O. Plni, while ctittlne lime bar
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of the Senthern Pacific, found the slreleton
of an unidentified man with a ballet hole
through the temple. A •ri'Tolrer lay cloe* by
with two chamber* empty.
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BERKELEY. April IS.—Dr. William
Conger Morgan, president of the board
of education, speaking at a mass meet-
Ing at the Oxford school tonight,
charged that the majority directors,
against whom the recall has been di
rected, have embarrassed Superintend
ent Frank F. Bunker in his work wh«n
opportunity offered, and that the two
socialist directors, Herman I. Stern
and John A. Wilson, went on record in
the beginning of the school controversy
as determined to dismiss Bunker be
cause he did not stand for socialistic
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2.1 Bβ Sacramento, MarynviUe, Bi«i, Chico. 10.40*
6.40* Havward. Nttto (Ceoterville. Newark,
Redwood). 3an Joe 7.30 a
7jooa Richmond. Port Cost*. Martinei, Bay
Point, Antioch. Tracy, .Stwktoa,
Lodi, Gait. Sacramento 11.40 a
7.00 a Tracy, Patterson. Newman, Lot Bacon,
Kerman, Freano lI.IOp
7.20 a GoldfieW fW-Truckee. Haara, Wa
buska (Yerinrtoo. Hudson). Mina,
Tonopei, GoJdSeld. Urn, Keejer.. 7.30 a
7.20 a Richmond, Port Costo, Benieia. riuisun,
Dixoa. Sacramento 7.30p
7.20 a Roeeville, Maryeville (Oroville), Red
ding, Duntmuir 10.40p
7.20 a Elmira. Vacavilks, Rumsey 7.30p
Davis. Woodland, Williams. Maxwell.
Willows, Hamilton, Corning. Red
7.40 a Valleio. Napa, Caliitogs. Santo Rosa,
Port Costa, Crockett. Hartines 6.1 Op
7.40 a Aron. Walnut Creek, Su Ramon ... 8.50p
7.40 a Niles. Pknsanton, Livernwre Tracy,
Lathiwp, Stockton, Lodi. Sacramento 7.30p
7.40 a Tracy, Patterson. Newman. Loe Banos.
Kerman. Freeno 4.30p
BJWa Newark, Wast San Jo«. Lo« Gato».
Wrifht, Feltoa (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek). BanU Cms 5.501
•MQa Port CosU. Martiae*. Byron. Tracy.
(Stockton).Merced. Berenda, Madera,
Freeao.Fowler. 9elma. Traver.Qoaben
Junction (Uasford, Armona), Tulare,
BakereSeH 4.10 a
8.40 a Msalia, Lsnd«ay. PortervOle, Ducor... 7.1 Op
; 8.40 a YoaenaU Valley via Mereod 4,10p
9.00 a Irvingtou, Saa Joe 7.30p
9.00 a Nils*. Pleauntnn. LiTerroon, Stockton
(♦Milton). Valley Sprint, lone, Sac
9.00 a Tuolutane. Sonora.-Jarnest.own. Angels. 2.50p
9.00 a Atlantic Express—Sacramento, True-
V*e, Ogdea, Salt Lake City. Denrer,
Kansas City, Omaha. Cklcafo 830p
9JMa Tonopafc-OoidfieH Standard Sleeper.. 7.30*
9.00 a Vallejo Junction. VaUojo II -30»
940 a Richmond. San Pabto. PiiwK Vallejo
Junction, Crockett. Port Oesto, Mar
tinet, Avon, Bay Poict 8. !0p
10.20 a San Francisno Overland Limited—Den
ver, Kansas City, St. Louii, Omaha,
Chicago 2.10 a
10.40 a Vallejo. Mare Island. Napa 11.30 a
1040 a Los Angeles Passenger—Fort Costa.
Martinez, Byron. Tracy, Stockton,
Merced. Madera. Freeao. (Haaford,
Coalings, Visalia), Bakerneld, Los
1120 a Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoroa,
I2JMH Richmond, Port Costa, Beaicia, Sui- f 10.10 a
sun, Elmira. Dixon, Sacramento. 1 I I.IOa
12.00n Davis, Williams. Colusa June. Willows,
Oermantown. Orland, Hamilton ... 4.30s
12.00n Marysville (Oroville). Chico, Red Bluff 4.30p
IMf Nilee. Irvington. Sen Jose *■.... 2.50s
1.20b San Leandro. Nile*, Centerville, New- f 9.30 a
ark. (Redwood). San Jose 1 7.50s
1.40p Newark. Alvieo. Agnew. Santa Clara,
West Saa Jose-. Los Gatos, Wright.
i 2.40p Saa Leandro. Nile*. Saa Jose \.. 9.30 a
3.00 a Benieia. Winters. Sacramento—Wood
land, Tudor. Yuba Cuy. Maryeville. I I.IOa
3.20p Richmond. Port Costa. (Stockton).
Martinez. Byron, Modesto,*Merced,
4.00p Crockett, Port Coeta, Martinez. Avon.
Concord. Walnut Creek. San Ramon. 9.30 a
4.00p Richmond. Vallejo. Napa, Calistoga,
Gken Ellen. Santa Rosa. 9-30 a
400 a Njlea (Centerville. Newark). Liver
more, Tracy, Stockton, Lodi ... 10.305.
4 20p Valley Flyer—Port Coeta, Tracy.
(Stockton). Modesfto, Merced, Ma
dera, Fresno. Goshen Junction. Tu
lare. Bakersfield, Mojave, Los An
4.20b Tracy, Patterson. Newmaa. Los Banes,
Kerman, Freeno 10.40p
4.40p San Leandro, Hayward, Nilee, Fless
anton, Liverrhore ...*... 8,30 a
5.00p Vallejo. Port Coeta. Benieia, Suisun,
Sacramento, Lincoln, Marysville,
Oroville 11-30 a
5.00 a Davis. Arburkle, Williams, Willows.
Orland. Tehama 10.40s
ft.OOp RusseU. Santo Clara, San Joss 9.30 a
5.20p San Leandro, Hayward, Nilee, Sunol,
Pleasanton, livermore, Tracy, Lath
rep, Stocktoa 2.60p
5.20b Imngton, San Jose 9.30 a
8.20b Ow! Limited— Los Angeles B.loa
6.40p Eastern Express—Ogden. Puebln. Dea
rer, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago. 8-3Gp
9.40b Port Costa, Benieia, Sacramento,
Colfax. Truckae. Reno. Sparks.... 8.30p
8.40p Hayward. Niks and Ban Jose 6.50p
7.00p China and Japan Mail—Otd»n,
Cheyenne. Denver. Kansas City,
Omaha. Chicago 2.50b
7.00p Pert Costa. Bay Point. Stockton, Sac
ramento, Colfax. Truccee, Reao .. 2.50p
J7.00p Richmond (Vellejo). Port CosU. Mar
tine*. Bay Point ._ %\ I.IOp
8.20b Oregon Express—Sacrameato. Roee
vUk Marysville. Redding. (Klamath
Falls). Ashland, Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle, Spokane 9.10 a
940b Tosemito Valley Sleeper, via Merced. 7.50 a
9.40p Bakenfield. McKittrirk. Hazelton, Mo
narch. Moron, Fellow, Shale 7.50 a
940b Richmond, Port Coeta, Tracy, Modesto,
Merced, Maiera. Fresno, Hanford.
Tulawu 730 a
9.40p Hanford, Armona. Lemoore, Huron,
Ooalinga 7.50 a
9.40b Visalia. Exeter, Lindsay, Porterrille,
Ducor, Famceo 7JSOa
•v4oa Portland Express—Davis, Willows,
Red Bluff, Weed. (Klamath Falls).
Ashland. Roaeburg, Portland, Ta
coma, Seattle , 12.30P
RTHERLANDS ROUTE—From Pacific Street Wharf.
This route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto
toobilists to reach all points on the Sacramento River
Dollinsville, Emmaton, Rio Vista, leleton. Ryde, Walnut
Brove, Vorden, Courtland, Clarksburg. Sacramento.
Steamer Seminole or Navaja, leaves San Francisco 8.30
L m. daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
Sacramento 7:00 p. m. Leave Sacramento 8.30 a. m.
laily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving San
Francisco 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at all
points shown above.
Steamer Motfoe or Apache, leaves San Francisco 1.00
p. m. daily, except Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11.30
p. m. daily except Monday.
Staamer Navajo or Semlnela. teavee San Francisco
MM p. m. daily except Sundays, arriving Sacramento
i'.OO a. m. daily except Monday. Leave Sacramento
1.00 p. m. daily except Sundays, arriving San Francisco
r.OO a. m. daily except Monday. No stops en route in
via sausauto rcpiaiv
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TOYO KISEM KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. S. T*oyo Maru (via. Manila direct)
We4n«MUr. April 24. 1»«.
B, S. SWnyo Mam (w«). Saturday, May l>, 1912
B. & Chiyo Maru Saturday. June 15. 1912
B. 8, Nippon Mara (Intermediate servie* sa
loon accommodation* at reduced rates)
Saturday, July «. 1912
Steemere tall from company's pier. No. 34.
near foot of Brannan St.. at 1 p. m.. for Tok«
nama and Hoogkons, calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(Hlogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila,
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day of
•ailing. Bound trip tickets at redneed rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, 4th
door. Western Metropolis National P.ank building,
825 Market st. W. H. AVERT.
Assistant General Manager.
1 For folders, tickets, etc.. apply PaciSc KaT-1
I Igation* Co., 6*o Market nt.. San Franclaco. I
HONOLULU ff JSSr $110
Splendid 8. S. SIERRA (10,000 tons displace
ment), sail* April 30 and May 11. connecting
wtta volcano steamer (Ktlaaea new Intensely
active). You can do It all In 17 day*.
OGaUHIC LUW. t» Market; taL SutUr ftitV
VIA COAST LIINE
Leave (Third and Towntend Streete) Arrive
(Subject to rhanp; without notice)
t6.10a Valencia Street, o<-ean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bnino. .. t6.35a
8.30 a South San Francisro. San Jose. Gilroy.
(HoUister), Sargent, Pajaro, w atson
rille, Santo Cru» 7.50p
t8.30a Mayfield, lx* Ahos. lon Gatoe :5.45p
t7.00a South San Frsnrisro. Fak. Alto. Pan
Jose., Way Statbns '- 30 *
t7.00a Mayfieki, Loe Altos, los Gatos..... t7.20e
B.ooa Ehore Line Limited-Two Robk-s Hot
Springs, Santa barber*. Los Angeles 9.30b
aOsa The Coaster—San Jrse, Tt'w
sonville, Sara Cm). CB»troTu>.
(Del Monte. Monterey. Pacif r Grove)
Salinas, Sokdad. Two Eobles Hot
Sprinr*. Ranlui* Obiepo,Soil(Lom
poc), SaaU Barbara, Ventura, Ox
nard, Los Anfele* I 1.45b
8.20 a Mayfeld. Las Attn*. I«s G»to». Wright.
Qlenwood (Boeleaf Creek). Santa
Cruz, WatsonvtlJe. CTaftrewffle, Dtl
Monte, Monterey. Taritio Grove 9.05p
9.00 a San Jose (Gilroy\ Settoas. Roblee.
Hot eprinrs. Sen I tie Obispo- Tn>«
Plno»~Wateonville. Fantn Crux.
Del Mont*, Monterey. Facifir Orwe 4.00f
10.40 a South San Fnwisro. Burfinpame. !>sd
MaU*>. Pab Alto. ?an Jose t6.30a
i *9 45a
10.40 a Loe Ahoi, Monta Vista, Los Gat"o \ *|jop
11410 a Valencia Street. Ocean Vi-w. Colma.
Cemeteriee. Bader. San Bruno I -35p
11.40 a fouth Ran Francieco, Pan Jose t8.20a
».20p Saturdays only-San Wateo, Redwood,
Metlo Park, Falo Alto, fan Jose.... J 10.50*
2.00p Del Monte Express—San Jose, Gilroy,
Sargent (Watsonviile), Santa Craa>
Del Moat*. Monterey. Pacific Orof*.
2.05p South San Francisco. Palo Alto. Sao
t2.05p Los Altos. Monto Vista. Loe Gatos... t3.250
3.00b South San Francisco. ?»d Mateo. San
Jose, Oilroy. Tree Pinos. Salinas... I 0.1 Oβ
3.00b Wateonville. Santa Crui, Castrorille,
Del Monte. Monterey, Facitk drove. IO.IOt
3.26p Sac Mateo. Redwood, Palo Alto, Santa
Clara. Wert San Jose. Wright (Boul
der Creeki Santa Crui 10.30 a
4.00p Loe Angeles Passenger— «*lmae, Paso
Roblee Hot Bprir.?s. Pan Luis Obispo,
Santo Barbara and Loe Angeles 8.30 a
4.00p Kanea* City. St. Louis. Chicago 9.15 a
4.20p Pouth San Francivo. fan Jose. ..... I?.ZSt
t5.05p Burlmgame. San Matep, Palo Alto, ban
Jose and Wav Stations 9.45 a
t5.20p Redwood. Tatr Oaks. Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield. Mountain View.
Sunnyvale. Ban Jose β-f, 0 "
t5 20s Los Altos. Moßta Vieta. I.os Gates. . to.*o«
t5.2Sp Eastoß. Redwood. Mountain View,
SaD Jose I.IOp
t5.30p Loop--Val<>nria Street. Ocean View
Cemeteriee. South Saa Francisro, 23d
Street, .%rd and Tow neend TrJ2'
8.40p San Bruno. San Vateo. Redwood, f t7.25a
Palo Aho, Santo Clara, San Jem. \ 7.35 a
J5.40p Loe Alto*. Monta VMb, Los Gato* J5.45f
6.00p Sunset Limited- New Orleans and
East. Leave* Tuesdays and Fri
days—Arrives Thursdays and Sun
days ■........... 11.00*.
f8.05p MlUbrae. San Mateo. Redwood, May
field. Altos, L« Gatos. fB.ooa
te.lOp 23d Street. Visitacion. South San Fran
risco, Valencia Street tj. Isp
8.30p South San Franriaco. San Jo« 5.45p
B.oop The Urk—Paso Robles Hot Springs,
Santo Barbara. Los Angeles 9.30 a
B.lob Sunset Express—Tucson. Deming,
El Paso, Houston. New Orleans,
Chicago ■.--. 8.16 a
8 lOp Washington Sunset Route— Washing
ton. D. CL New York and Esrt 9.15 a
8.1 Op San Joee, Gilroy, Salinas. Paso Roblee
Hot Sprines, San LwJs Obiepo. Panto
Santo Barbara and log Angeles 9.15 a
I O.OOp San Joee and Way Stations 7.20p
11.45b South San Francisco, Palo Aho, San
LOCAL FEHRY TRAINS—Via Alar..eda Pier.
To Oakland. 14th and Franklin St».
-6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutespart the
hour until 7.46 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.45,
11.90 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
Tβ Alameda, North ana South Side—
6 13 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the
hour until 7.43 p. re.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45.
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERFY TRAINS-Via Oakland Pier.
To Oakland, lath St.. and Bsrkslty via Shattuck Ay«,
or Elliworth St. Llnoi— Daily— From 6.00 a. m., and
every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.. inclusive; then
c.00,' 9.40,10.20.11.00.11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
Additional boats Saturdays sed Sundays only. 8.40
p. m., 9.20,10.00,10.40 and i 1.20 p. m.
To Berkeley via CtUfornia St. or West Btrkelty, Albany
via Ninth St Une»—Daily -From *6.00 a. m.. t6.20.
•6.40, t7-00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m. bclusive: then 9.00. 9.40,10^0,11.00,11.40 p. m.
and 1.20 a. m. Additional boat* Paturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
To Vigor!! Stage, Pullman. Richmond—l6.4o and 7.40 a,
m. 3.20 p. m.. 4.20, 5.20. 6.20 p. m.
To Oakland. Wathington-Broadway, East Oakland.
Fruitvale and Melrote via Sevsrth St. —Daily—From
6.00 a. m., and every twenty minttee until 5.20 p. m.,
inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40, 10.20 11.00. 11.40 p. m.
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturday and
Sunday only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20. 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
Horseshoe to Oakland. WatMngtonßreadway, Fruitvale.
Atameda. North Side-Dairy- From 6.00 a. m., t6.20,
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, B.CO, 8.40 and forty minutes past
the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00. 4.40. 5.00. 6.20,
5.40, 6.00. 6.20. 6.40 7.00, 7.40. 8.20. 9*o. 9.40, 10.20,
11.00. 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 a. in. and 1.20 a. m.
To Stonohurtt—te.OO. t6.40. +7.20. :?>.OO, JlO-00 a. m.,
J1.30 m., t2.00, J3.00. f3.20, *4.C0, *5 00, *5.40 and
T6.20 p. m.
AUTOMOBILES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY-Frem S«n Francljco.
South End Ferry Building fer Broadway Wharf, Oak
land—t«J» a. m.. t7.00 a. m., then 8.00 a. m. and every
hour, daily, to 9.00 p. m., inclueiv#. Boats leave Broad
way Wharf at same hours ac above for San Francisco.
The convenient rotte for autoinobiliets.
a for Morning. *Dairy. p for Afternoon.
tSunday escepted. JSunday only.
Union Tramfor Co. autnorlzsd to check Baggaga dirtel
(ESS Jan. 7, 1912
TCMBnr San Franelwoo
> hQjx union ferry
Le»TC| VIA SaTsaMTO~ lArrly*
7:45 a Petaluma, "fcanta Koa. Healdbbnrg.
Clorerdale. l.'WUb.. WlHire, Sber
wood. Longraif. Sebastopol (to
•GnerneTllle and Duncan Mills
week days only) 6:.Yip
j 813 a Pt. Reyes, Monte Rio. Cazadero... t6:3.-<p
! 8-15 a ••Sonoma, ••Glen Ellen t5:35p
tB:4sajPetaluo>a. Santa Ro*a. Guerne
Tllle. Monte Rio, Duncan Mills.
Cazadero (leaves from Duncan
10-45 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa I 4:<Jsp
«:45pPt. Reyea, Camp Meeker (leaTt»|
from Caxadero) !J7:35p
815p Petaluma. Santa Ro«a. Healdshurg.
ClOTerdal* , , Uklah. Guerneville. I
Monte Rio, Duacan Mills, Sebas
I 445piSonoma, Glen Ellen 9:35 a
6: lsp| Petalom« : _Sa£ta_RoM_ : _. ■ ■■■ ! 8:35 a
—ELKCTRIC SIBI ItBAV VIA SAL'SALITO
Sansalito. Mill Valley. San Rafael—Daily
I everT 30 roinnte* from t>:4s h. m. until 0:43
i a in.: hourly until 2:45 p. m.. ihf>nce 3:13 p. m.
and every 30 minutes until c:45 p. ta. ; thea
I 7-4", 915, 10:4." p. ta. and 12:1.' a. m.
•Fairfax-leaves f6:45. 7:15. 7:4,-.. *:IC. «:45,
I 9« j)-45. 10:45. 11:45 *. m.; 12:45, 1:4.'., 2:45.
Sis' »:45. 4:1.'.. 4:4,-.. 5:15. 5:45. e:l5, C:45.
7 : 45* 9:15, ||10:45 p. m.: 112:45 a. nj.
Sa'e yuentln via San 8:45 a. m.
daily 1:45 p. vi. daily, except Sunday; 3:45
p m . Sunday only.
Tlburon and Belvedere- Dally erery boor from
«:45 a. «n. until 1:45 p. m., then R:l5 p. m. tn«t
•rery hoor until 6:15, then 7:45, 9:13 p. no. and
12:15 a. tn.
•Sunday* arrlren 7:38 p. m. "Al«« arrlTes 7:(W>
p. m. Sunday*. Sundays. JSnndaye only.
only. HSatnrday and Sunday only.
Paeifty Jraniifer rompany'b ajrfnt* are author
ised to check bSKgaec direct from r»sldeDce.
BAY AND ROITES
Jfjipjl WAxr ROOTF
> Boats Iwe'JiOO* qab> a? m, 3:20k
CK)O.BdO>M. Heals a U Carte.
#ock aad elflcc NortJi Sad ttrry BafldtaA
•Jtummi Keanur 406.; Home C 4708.
PACIFIC OCigAN TRAVEL
nUniULULU tonsi sails M»t l. fr»r
Honolulu and Kahului. S. S.
WII.HEIJHINA ton»t nails noon May R.
for Honolulu and HIIo. S. S. HONOrri,AV
(13,000 tons* nails noon. May 15. for Honolulu
and Kahului. Round trip. Baa Fiancisro to Hono
lulu. •Hβ ahd np.
MATSOX NAVIGATION COMPANY
268 Market St- S. F.