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GLACIER IN PORT;
TWO DIED ON TRIP
Supply Ship Returns From War
Zone in Nicaragua With
Stories of Heroism
HE U. S. & Glacier,
supply ship at
tached to the navy
and recently sta
tioned with the
government boats
at Nicaragua, put
into port yester
day, 10 days from
Corinto, with vivla
tales of the revolu
tion and a crew of
officers and men
eager for the sight
of and a footing in
a real city once
time expired, dis
charged marines, veterans of the occu
pation of Nicaragua: a sick list of 16;
hero talps, and with Lieutenant R. G.
Coman, the most distinguished naval
hero of the revolution, aboard, the
Glacier passed in, and, after quarantine,
anchored In man-of-war row.
Captain n. S. Douglas, one of the
best liked commanders on naval ves
stationed on this roast, reports
that conditions are settled in Nicara
gua, thai the cruisers California, Colo
rado j>, :■! Maryland were to have left
Cormto for San Diego November 15,
ajifi that the Denver and Prometheus
(probably sailed at the same time, leav
,'jng: the Annapolis. Buffalo and Saturn
.to serve as base for the 350 marines
'left in the troubled zone. The marines
• ■will be under command of Colonel Pen
• dieton, 250 of them being stationed at
lieon and 100 at Managua.
Two men on board the Glacier died.
Edward Andrews, a seaman, died off the
coast of Mexico and was buried at sea
eff Acapulco. "W. F. Scott, fireman,
whose home was at Birmingham, Ala.,
became seriously ill off the upper Mexi
can coast, and nearing San Diego, Cap
tain Douglass wirelessed the torpedo
destroyer Whipple to meet the Glacier
end carry Scott to Sin Diego for medi
cal care. At 20 knots the Whipple
*ped out, meeting the Glacier twenty
fnlles off shore. With Scott aboard, the
pnosquito boat sped back at twenty
jelght knots, landing Scott, who was
iiurried to a hospital there but died
fen the operating table.
Otherwise the trip north was un
eventful.
Mexican Liner Iβ
The passenger and freight carrier
General Y. Pesqueira. Captain J. M.
of the Companla Naviera del
S. A., passed quarantine at
sunrise yesterday morning with a cargo
rf 50 tons of sacks and general stuff
tor the Portland Lime and Cement
company. The liner operates between
f?alina Cruz and Guaymas, and comes
liere from the latter port for annual
It will go to drydock
Either this morning or tomorrow, and.
es soon as the job is finished, depart
■*or Guaymas with a mixed cargo.
Jacinto Lasa, managing director of
the line, has been here several days to
arrange for the work. It is reported
that the line intends to institute a pas
senger service between San Francisco
and Mexican ports when the canal
j opens. Sixteen boats are now operated
by. the line.
MlwJnU.cn for Sroiißielrr<«
The customs inspectors were on the
keen lookout for smugglers yesterday
afternoon. Excitement reached the
melodramatic pitch when it was re
ported that a mysterious schooner
yacht was working its way in. hug
ging the north head. It was at once
".spotted" as the Mac, reported to be
freighted with contraband Chinese, that
customs men were looking for, and
everything looked good for a nice chase
and possibly a big catch. Steam was
up on the Golden Gate, revenue cutter
of the customs service, and Captain
Ulke was stepping aboard to make
ready for the chase when the keen
eyes of Lookout Ernest Raynaud of
the Chamber of Commerce, made out
iue lines of the supposed smuggler as
strikingly like those of the schooner
yacht Lurline, formerly owned by John
l>. Spreckels. It proved to be the Lur
line. and Captain Ulke stepped off the
Golden Gate without giving the orders
for a chase. Wise men along the
front expressed the opinion that the
Mac landed its Chinese Saturday night
and made out early yesterday morning.
Bring* Skipper** Body
The steam schooner Homer arrived
yesterday afternoon from Cons- bay
with the body of Captain H. Jacobsoii.
■who lost his life November 7 in the
wreck of the power boal Osprey off
Marshneld. Captain Jacobson wae for
mer skipper of the Berwick and lived
In this city.
Mimcllanpoim Votes
Captain H. A. Mattson, former skip
per of the Georgp W. Fenwick. has
arrived from San Pedro to take com
mand of the steamer Necanieum, being
built here for the Hammond Lumber
company for coast trade.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Lyra put in yesterday morning from
, the north.
The Pacific Mail liner Mongolia ar
rives this morning from China ports.
The Oceanic liner Ventura will de
part for Sydney via Pago-Pago on
Tjueeday.
Bep?ie Dollar, due today from
Muroran, is expected to bring tidings
of some heavy weather.
Ship Thought Lout
Fifteen days out on a voyage from
Roche Harbor, Wash., which should
not take more than four days, the
power schooner Archer, Captain Par
ker, is believed in local shipping circles
to be lost. Although the craft is
equipped with wireless no word has
been received since its departure from
x-hc Harbor. November 3. The
J. C. WILSON & CO.
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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
WIRELESS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
Three rennrtn arc received directly from th* Pacific coaat Btatlona of the
MarcoMl Wtrelee* rotnpanyi
By MARCONI WIRELESS
SAN FRANCISCO. Nut. 17.
STEAMER BTAMTXT DOLLAR-S p. ni., 70
in lies south of San Francisco.
STEAMER WABHTEWAW—S p. m., SSi miles
Bortk of San Francidco.
STEAMER SANTA CLARA—S p. n>.. 25 tulles
south "f I'oint Sur.
STEAMER CHEHALIS— Passed Totnt Sur at 7:50
p. m.
STEAMER CATANIA—B p. m.. 102 mllee Borth
of Sun Franci*c>.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIK—.S p. n>.. 30 miles
JMrth of Cai»e Bluwu
STEAMER FENWICK—S p. m.. off Tigeon point.
STEAMER WILHELMXWA—»»ff Arena at
">:3O p. m.
STEAMER CORONADO- OM.-i p. iv.. passed
I'igeon point.
ASTORIA. Noy. !7.
STEAMER HILONIAN—From Seattle for Hono
lulu, r.'o miles from Tatoosh at 8 p. ni.
STEAMER BEAR—PYoni San FYaneivro for Port
land, 4 miles north of. Hoceta head at & p. m.
Archer was formerly a four masted
barkenttne. and with the installation
of gasoline power stiil maintained its
barkentine rigrsrins. it is owned by
the Tacoma and Roche Harbor Naviga
tion company and was bound for San
Francisco with a cargo of lime and
lumber.
It Is believed that in the heavy storm
of two weeks ago the craft took water
which, reaching the lime, possibly
caused fire. The most significant omen
to which shipping men point is the
mysterious wirefess message picked up j
by the lumber schooner CVntralia sev
eral da.ys ago. The message as deci
phered by the Centralia operator was
to the effect that the power schooner
Wasp waa Jn trouble, and it was sup
posed to be from the Wasp. Subse
quently the Wasp put into port and
neither Its skipper nor wireless oper
ator knew of the message.
It wae then thought that the massage
was sent out by some amateur wireless
operator along the coast. Diligent in
quiry failed to reveal that the message
was sent out- by boys, and now it is
believed that it may have been sent
from the Archer in distress. The mes
sage wae to the effect that the vessel
was sinking. It is possible that the
Archer sent in the message and that in
confusion the operators may have mixed
up the code name of the vessel.
The fact that no wireless communi
cation from the Archer since that time
has been received indicates further that
the distress message was from the
Archer. No vessel of the description of
the Archer has b"een sighted by-north
coast skippers, and this, added to the
failure of wireless communication, Is
regarded by v/ater front veterans as
evidence that the Archer has been lost.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OP MARKET BTREET
Pier 8 Washington jpler 17 Inion 1
Pier 6 JpcksoniPler 19.. Union 2
pier t.... Pacific Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 8 Broadway 3 Pier 23 Greenwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2 Pier 25 Greenwich 2
Pier 13 ValleJoiPier 27 Lombard
Pier IS Green|Pler SI Powell
SOUTH OF , MARKET STREET
Pier 2 %..Mission !Pi<»r24... Spear
Pier 4 Mission SjPler 28 Main
Pier c Howard 1 Pier 34 Beale ;
Pi«r S ..Howard 3 Pier Sβ Fremont
Pier 10 Howard SPier 88 First
Pier 12 Folsom l'Pier 40]
Pier 14 Folaom 2|Pier 42 y P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier Iβ HarrteeniPier 44 J
Pier 20 SteuartlPier S4 Fourth
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
Vrova
I Date
Humboldt Snnta Monica...'Ni»t. 1$
t/os Angeiee [Cbebalis |Not. IS
bos Angelas * Wa.v Pts ; Kanta Clara Nov. 18
San Dtppo & Los Ang.. .Queen Not. 18
San Diego* Los Ang. . Yale Not. 18
Port San Luis Cooe Bay Nov. 18
Mororan jBeiale Dollar... Nor. IS
Los Angeles iHanalei Not. :»
8«uttl* ;K<Jith Not. 19
Sal. Cruj ts. 8«.d Diego. Arixoniin INov. in
Humboldt jF. A. Kllborn... Not. ]fl
China & Japan {Mongolia Not. 10
Hongkong Ternara-- Not. 19
Portland (k Astoria Northland , Nov. 19
Portlaod * Astoria F. H Leggett.. iNor. 2tt
Los Angeles Norwood ! Not. 20
Hilo Nov. ilO
Fort Bragg jArctu , Nor. 110
Loa Augtlea Humr<1 Not. 2(>
Honolulu Honolulan [Nov. 20
Portland & Astoria |B«>«Ter iNov. 20
l.o« Angelei Rosp C!tr Not. 20
Humboldt I North Fork Not. 21
HuoaboKlt Vanguard iNor. 21
$an Diego & Los Aug.. Klamath Not.. 21
Lo* Angeles Curacao Not. 21
Point Arena ft Albion.. Porno Not. 21
.San Diego k. Lot Ang.. Roanoke Not. It
S«-attle it Tacoma j Ad. Sampson... Nov. 21
HuniUoldt 'City of Topefca. Not. 22
Loe Angelea jVale Nov. 22
Honolulu Sierra 'Nor. 22
Pnc*t Sound Ports Wty «f Puebla..NoT. 22
5*an Diego & 1-os Ang. . 'President : Not. 22
Tatara Bar Mine Brea Not. 22
Balboa A San Pedro |A«tec S»\. 22
Fort Bragg iRruuswick Not. 23
San Diego k. Loe Ang.. Harvard 'Nor. 23
Honolulu Hrailes Not. 23
Sal. Cruz tt 8«n Dieg<>. Mieumrian ;Not. 23
Shanghai [Niagara A'ot. 23
Portland & Astoria «}eo. W. KUler.. Nov. 2S
Wi!la[>a Harbor Santa Barbara.. ;N»r. 2.T
SAIL
Dat<? ;
Steamer
I Destination | Sai!«
Not. 18,Santa Monica.. J.o« Angelas. 1 pm Iβ
Nor. lSjOliebalis Grats Harbor,!*! am ....
Not. 18 Eureka Santa Crui..j C pin 13
Not. IS Vanguard Hmuboidt .. 1 pm[ ID
Not. ISNome City Paget Sound, (t pm 38
Not. lSFUfcld :<oqullle Riv. 8 pm 1»
Not. 38 Yale Lo» Angelea.. 4 pm 1 7
Not. 1$ President 'Sen IHego... 2 pro »
Nov. 19JEll*abeita 'Coqullle RIt. 2 pm Iβ
Not. 19;CentraUa Uirays Harbor 10 am 21
Nov. 19 City of Toiieiia.iHumboIdt ..12 m 11
Not. 10 Haoalei |Los Angeles.. 3 pui 10
Not. 10 Ventura Sydney 2 pm 21
Nor. IB L'matUia [Puget Sound. 2 pm f>
Not. Iβ Northland Los Angeles.. | .1 pm 10
Nor. 20)8aginarr Portland ...j r> pm 39
Nov. 20 F. H. Leggett. I/)« Augfle*.., S pm 51
Not. 20;Norwood Grays Harbor 10 am ....
Nov. 30!Brooklyn Ooquille Rir. 4 pin
Not. 20JNavaJo Portland ... 1 pm 8
Not. 20 Santa Clara... .{Lea Angeles.' '2, pru; 13
Not. 20'WllbeInalua . .. [Honolnln ... 12 m C8
Nov. 20|BuckmaD I'ugrt Sonnd.f :\ pm 10
Not. 20 Lyra [Saline t:rui.. 10 am ....
Not. I'D Sea Foam .-Mendooino .. 4 pro 4
Nor. 20 Brunswick Tort Bragg.. 3 pm ft
Nov. 20 Harvnril ;Snu Ulego... 4 pin T
Nor. 2I!Qtilnault Willapa Har. 2 pm 27
Not. 21 J Daisy Willapa Har
Not. 21 Klamatb {Portland ... 4 pm, M
Not. 2l!Vanruard |S*n Diego... 5 pnr 1»
Not. 21F. A. Kllburu.. iHumboIdt 12 m 13
Nov. 21 f Re«e City Portland ... 12 m 40
Nor. 2l!State of Cal...;8nn Diego... 11 am »
Not. 2li01»0!i ic MaliooytPortland ... R pin 27
Not SZjBemw fx>s Angeles.. 11 am 40
Nor. 23|Y«*f San Diego... I 4 pm 7
Nov. •22<'atn!no Portland ... .... |....
Nor. 22 Hoanoke IPortiand ... 10 am' l.*J
Not. 23!North Fork JHwniboldt ... J pmi 3S
Nov. 23'Harvard I.on Angeles.. 4 pm 7
Not. 2.'! Nile iHongkong .. 1 pm 41!
Nov. 23 ! Kansa* t'ity... jBalhoa [12 tu 42
Nov. 2.'»City of Panama'Bafboa 12 in 42
Not. 23;Pre*iiient 'I'ujret Sound f 2 pm' e
Not. 2'iRocheHe jPortlantl ...(.... ]
Not. Sidfo. W. Cider. San Diego... 7 pm ! 13
Nov. L'.rCoos Bey |Pt. San Luis. 4 pra 11
Nov. aSIHeract H'uget Sound. 5 pm! 38
TO SAIL F-ROM BEATTT.E
Destination
SU-imcr
& S*wtnJ |Yukon 'Not. 20
J & War Torts. (Humbolilt Nov. -M
Sun, Mou and Tide
United States roast ami gpojptlo stirrer— Time
nut! heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
rront (Mission street wlmrf». add 25 uilnur.es.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18
Sua risrs 6:54
St«tt eet* 4:3T
Moon sets 12:22 a. m.
Full moon November 24, at R:dU *. m.
l.mt auertpr moon Ocr-ember 1. at 2:56 i. m.
I'liawl liiuej iXime, IT]
N ,. T : ___ Ft —i n I —1 rt -
>n w« It w! (a w [t#
ft
»;
IS.. T:'.r.' i.Of I:20j 8.7: MX. S.Sj J
i. wj !n w ;u w f»] w
Iβ.. 0:43! 1.4 8:4*7 M , 5:00i 2.0 8:031 3.9
2tk. i!» 1.7 8:10 M |r» 1.3 , S:3i 4.1
•j;.. 2:05! 2.O S"^ ,: r.« a:0s , o.r; 1 e : 5i{ 4.2
•.".■.. 2:.%el 2.M- i»:«irt' f.»; 9:.v>! e.<Wi*:«t 4.1
23..; 3:29 2,9 8:X>! 6.0! 4;JJ2i—-0.8' 11:42 4.0
S4..I 4:i0i 2.&|I0:0Ti 6.1j 6:1T,—1.0| 1
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, .MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1912.
STEAMER OLEUM—Southbound, 417 nUIM north
or San Francisco at 8 p. in.
STEAMER MARIPOSA—From Seattle for Cor
doYfi, 215 miles from Seattle at noon.
SEATTLE, Nov. 17.
STEAMER JEFFERSON—Off San Juen island at
9 a. m.
ECREKA. Not. 17.
STEAMER WATSON—2I miles north of Cape
Blanco at 8 p. tn.
STEAMER CARLOS S a. m.. off Cape Blanco.
STEAMER KILBURN— In at 8:15 a, in.
STEAMER RUPERT CITY—Off Trinidad.
STEAMER WASHTENAW—3I6 miles north of
San Francisco et 8 p. m.
STEAMER BUCKMA2T—Off Trinidad at 8- p. m.
STEAMER YOSEMITE—O:3O p. m., 40 miles
north i»f Blunts reef.
EAST RAN PEDRO. Nor. 17.
STEAMER YALE—Passed Hueneme at 3:14 p. m.
STEAMER SAN JUAN--S p. m,, 992 miles south
of Sun rruncleco.
I. S. Brunch Hj-rtrojtrnphlc Ofßce
A branch of the t'nited States hydrographle
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, i*
maintained in gftn Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of r>sp*n*e. Navigators are cordially Invited to
YiMt the office, where a complete set of charts
and sailing; directions of the world ere* kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latent,
information onn always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of in
terest to octan commerce.
B. O. BARTDAtOW.
Lieutenant. 0. S. >'~ in Charge.
KYDEOGRAPHIC OFFICE
Pepth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
LCH
Ft. j Date.
Remark*
Graj-i Han IT iNot. 1 Lon* tree held Juet open
of north Jetty. Beet
water will be found at
i J present.
Willapa B!"g5~!(vT~T8i '...'..'
Polum. R.( 26 iXov. 1;
Nehalm Rj 7»<t!Aug. 5iChannel straight out from
[ [ i jPttT.
Tilltnk B.! 8 'Oct. 29 CbannH etraight !n from
| I whiM-Hug buoy.
Yaqufna Bi~10 !0<>t, 22|Channel narrow and
I ! j <Tookei!.
Sluslaw HI 9 iJul.v 24 Channel is straight oat
| | and lu good ibape.
n'pqua B. STsIOct. 28 Range lightiTfor channel
! over bar are in correct
£ i range.
Coos Bay. | 17 jJuly '27 Bar shoaHng elijcrttly.
(.'oqnille R| "iChannel straight.
Klarnth R| 6 jO<?t. oOii'hanpel due ww»t.
Rogue R.i 3 Sep. 28 Channel almost atraigbt.
i slightly to northward.
Hmbldt R ~17 \Sor. 5;Stralght channel. ~Eigh"-
! teen feet In north
( channel.
S Pedro B| <k> lOot. 30 Chancel 400 6>et wide.
S Diego Bj aOHiOct. 28i
S Pablo B! 23ViSep. 20Dep«h in dredged chan
i nel.
i
Army Trenepert*
The Thomaa. from Manila for Sao F'aneUco,
•ailed from Honolulu Koreiuber 6.
The Sberidan Iβ Jn port.
The Crook la In port.
The Warren la on duty In the Philippine lel
anda.
The Bαford la in port.
The I>ix it on Puget sound.
The ljogaa Iβ at Manila.
The Sherman tailed from San Francitco for
Manila NoTember 5.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
AKKIVKD
Saturday, Not. Iβ.
11:30 p. m.. «tmr Pofnt Arena. Sreneen, 83
hours from Eureka; 230,000 feet lumber to Pier
tide Lumber company.
Sunday. Not. 17.
4 *. m.. etmr Asuncion, Brldeett. dayi
from Astoria; ballast to Btandard Oil company,
up rher direct.
8:40 a. m., power •ehooner Surprise. OUen. "
hours from Pigeon point; 3,000 efcs oate and
200 sks beans to order.
5:45 a. m.. utmr Taqna. Self. Rβ hoiim from
Columbia river bound south, put in for fuel.
1:15 a. n;.. stmr • ammo. Ahlin. 57 hours from
Astoria; 4.200 tons wheat to Swayne & Hoyt,
Inn.
i :40 ». m.. *tmr Lyra, McDonald. 5 days
from Portland ria Astoria 63 hours; put in to
finish loading.
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OVER 400 f ' .210.000
SHIPS . Mr - f TONS
\
g Service V
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' : A*Amerika ..:.... Not. 2fl. 10 A.M. ■ .
■T. m• t Patricia - ;■; ~ T.T. Nor. 30. 2 P.M. M "■■ ■ •
•■-' B Pre«. ; Grant P»<\ 7, ft A.M. V <
M Xaia'n Au». -Vie*.Dec.* 12, 10 A M. V- ■
", B/ + Hamburg ; direct, '; 24 cabin only. -, B. ; -.
I MEDITERRANEAN 1
i Katfeira, Gibraltar, Naples, Geoea I
B »S. S. CINCINKATI.Dep. 9, 11 a. M : ■
jR :;;-*"' ilT.ijOo ton*, i - ■ ~ '•;■ .
I 8. 8. HAMBUH6... Jan. 11, 11 A. M I
?l:'».' ;:^'s,K(n i tone.) ;-/ ..•;■ ■'■'■;■■
" : \ If 8. 6. CINCINNATI (ORIENT 1: : ■
1 - CRUISE i «:. r.;vr: Jsn 21, 10 A; M> I ■
T■-S. 8. HAMBURG .;I F#h. 28, 10 A M ■ ; '
m '-.'Will not call at Algiers. ;■,';: J?.» Jj-,
I GRAND CRUISE
iTheOrient |
S - by the Palatial ' :
I S. S. CINCINNATI I
■'"■ "' (17.000 Too*) .. ' -.'
8 LEAVING NEW TORK ':
■ January 28,1913 i
■ to MADEIRA. ) SPAIX, the (U
M MEDITERRAXEW and the l -J
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citco. Cal.
Copyright, 1912.
FRENCH UNIT
- CIE. ■ OLE.' TRANSATLANTIQtIE. • "
nrnKCT line: t*» 1 havre— Paris l
Sailing every Thursday and Saturday.
FROM SEW YORK TO HAVRE ;•/
Every Tboraday at 10 a. a>. > >:
France (new>.. Nov. 21 France (new).. Dec. 19
La TouratDC.NoT. 28 1, It La ; ProT«ac«..Dec. Ml I
La I SxToip r. r. Dor. 5 511 La Touraine.Jan. 31
La Lorraine...Dec. 12 I . ■ -.•-;;-.•.• .-^Sii
FROM XKW YORK TO HAVRE
- Erery Satarday*at?B»p?|«i»S^^M
Mexico Not « :m> Virginia ..:. Dec. 28
Niagara Nor. 30 Niagara Dec. 28
Rocbambeaa Bocbatnbeaa
■as (new) Dee. 7 incwt rrnsSa94|
Chl<-«go Peg. 14 Chicago ... -Jan- 1 1
' FUGAZI BROS, r Pa'ciCc Coaat lfaaa«ert. WO
ipsasi Mantfomerr : Street, Ban Fr*nci»co, **««
;,.: CABIN OFFICE, 873 : MAAKET BTEEIT.
2 4ft a. m . irtmr Navajo, MlUer. 60 hmirK from
Antorla; lft.ooo «k» wheat. 15.000 eks barley,
1,505 ska rye and 5.000 ties to Swayne & Hoyt,
D 2:40 a. m.. stmr Bandon, Boeenblad, 43 hours
from Point Orford bound eoatb; put In for fuel.
3:20 a. m.. etrar Falcon. Sc&age. 33 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Charle* Nelson.
3:2 D a m.. stmr Sea Foam, Henreckeon. 14
hours from Mendocino tla Point Arena 11 hours;
210.000 feet lumber to C. H. Higgins.
5:50 a. m. National City. Bostrom, 14 hours
from Fort Bragg bound south; put in for feel.
11:40 «. m.,stmr Qulnault, Walvig, 07 hours
from Willapa; 000,000 feet lumber to Hart
Wood lumber company.
11:40 a m . stair Whitesboro. Freedriclteon, 18
hour* from Greenwood. 22G.000 feet lumber to
the I- E. White Lumber company.
11-40 a m.. stmr A. M. Simpson. Bende
guard. 44 hours from Coos, Bay; 760.000 feet
lumber to tbo gh&|0OB Lumber company.
11-45 h. m.. sttnr City of Top***, Harris. CU-i
hours from Eureka; passengers an<l merchandise
to the Pacini: Coast Steamship company.
1 p hi stinr Davenport, Dettmprs. DO hours
from Gamble; 900.000 feet lumber to Pope &
1:10* p m. stmr Elizabeth. Olscn. 4G hours
from Bandon; ptfMßgeo ami merchandise to E.
*2 i) m stmr Pasadena, MeGovern. 17 hours
from Albion: 360,000 feet lumber to Albion Lum
ber company. _ , _„ ,
4 15 p. m.. stmr CentraUa. Carlson. .3 hours
from Grays Harbor; 550,000 feet lumber to the
Pollard Steamship company.
4:15 p. ra., United States steamer Glacier.
Douglas, 33 days from Corinto; ao marines
5 p' m. etn»r Honwr. Wall. 46 hours from
Coos Bay: pateengers and merchandise to W. S.
SCHmmel & Co.
SAILED
Saturday. Xot. 16.
11:50 p. m., stmr Korth/ork. Nelson: Bureka.
Sunday, Not. 17.
12-45 a. m.. stmr Watswi. Griffith: Seattle.
4 a m.. stmr Iralon. CnHeteneen; Portland.
11:15 a. m.. stmr Roanofco, Purrington; San
Pedro and San Diego.
11:15 a. m., stmr National City, Bostrom;
San Pedro. _«" 'h
11:35 a. m., etmr Rose City. Kankln; San
11.r>5 a. vi., stmr Nana Smith, Magee; Coos
10:50 a. m., stmr Bandon. Roeenblad; San
1) a. m., echr Bertie Minor, Olsen; Ooquille
8 a. m. F Ocr stmr Buffalo. Janßsen: TV owning.
.1 p. m., etmr Tamplco, Scoby; Vancouver and
Bellingbam. _ .
2 p. m.. etmr laqua. Self: Pedro.
3:20 p. m., etmr Arctic. Linder; Fort Bragg.
PASSED AT SEA
By atror laqua. on voyage up the coast Not. 7.
coast power sonooner Archer off Crescent City,
bound from Roche hsrbor for «an Francisco.
POINT LOBOS. Not. 17. 9 a. m.—Wenther
Ifczy: wind northeast. Telocity 12 miles per hour.
POINT REYES. Not. 17. 9 a. in.—Weather
cloudy; wind south, velocity 24 mile per hour.
TATOOSH. Nov. 17. 9 a. so.—Raining; wind
•outh; Telocity 22 mile* per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
POINT REYES— Passed Not. 17. 7:40 a. m.—
Stnir Quinault from Willapa for San Francinco:
7:50 a. m., stmr A. M. Simpson from Coos Bay
for San Francisco.
ASTORIA—ArrITed Not. l<, 6 a. ni.—Stmr J.
B. Stetson, benee Nor. 14: ettnr Breakwater
from Coo* Bay. %„
Sailed Not. 1", 8 a. m.—Stmr W. S. Porter
for Monterpy: stmr Olenm from Port San Luia.
SAN PEDRO—ArriTed Not. 17—Stmr Tallac
from Seattle: stinr Klamath. hence Not. 15;
irtmr Yale from San Diego; stmr HarTerd, hence
Not. 16.
LOS ANGELES s≤
•SAXTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO
EUREKA M\B& M
SEATTLE V^v^yoV
VANCOUVER
ALASKA
Btrth and Meals Included fn Fare
LBAVX rKOM PIERS 9 and 11
I.oji Anifln. Sail Diego. 'Santa Barbara
President or GoTeraor Every Monday. 2 p. ra.
•Queen or 'State of Cal.ETery Thursday, 11 a. m.
•Only eteamers calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle <»lrect), Tncoraa, Tenniend,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
Pretldent or Gotwnor Erery-Seturday, 2 p. m.
I Ge»»rnor—Sat., Nor. 16. 4:45 p.m. instead 2 p.m.
City of Pttcbla or Umatilla. .Etery Tuea., 2 p. m.
Eureka (Hnmboldt Bay)
Xepeka Not. 14, 19, 23. 27; Pec. 2, T, 12 noon
Alaska Cruises, 1018. Leate Seattle
Spokane. June 18: JnlJ , 1" 1», 80; Auk. 13, 10 p.m.
Nome, St. Michael (Direct)
Faillnga. Beaton. 1913 will be announced later.
Right ret*r»ed to change this achedule.
TICKET OFFICE—Palace Hotel. 653 Market
it.; Iβ Market «t. and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 498.
OAKLAND. 1226 Broadway, tel. Oakland 5880.
BERKELEY. 2125 Sbattack c*.: tel. Berkeley 44.
C. t>. DCNANN. Pawcnger Traffle Manager.
FOR COMFORT I
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND A LOS ANGELES
ROSE CITY BEAVER
Sails 12 uocn AaMfc% B.IU U■• »
Nov. 2Ut. N ° T - "
First r-IBES First class
$10. %12 * 7 - 35,
113. $S.X>.
24 C'ag* l 2d aaei
IG.uo $5.35.
BERTH AND MBAIiB lnoluJed.
The Saa Franelaco A Portland S.S.Co.
A OTTINUEK, (Jeneial Agent.
Tkt of flee 722 Mkt. op. Call; tel. Sutter 2344
S Kaet at.' op. Ferry bid?.; tel. gutter 2482
Oakland office, 1228 Broadway; phonei, Oak
land 1314: Home A 4381.
Berkeley office, 2105 Staattuck; tel. Berk. 331
Sacramento. Jag. Warrack. 804 X »t.
TOYO KISEN KAIgHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S 8. Chiyo Maru (via Manila, direct)
». a. i,niyo ~" w \ yridliy Hevember IS, 19W
S. 8. Nippon Maru (Intermediate Service Saloon
' accommodations at reduced rates)
Baterday, December 7, 1912
S B- Tenyo Maru Friday, December 18, 1912
S. S. Shinyo Mam (new)...-. v'««-
Saturday. January 4. 1913
Steamera gail from company's pier. No. 34,
near foot of Brannan St.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kob«
(HVogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila,
India etc. No cargo rerelTed on board on day
of Bailing. Round trip ticket* at reduced ratee.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
floor, Weetern Metropolis Bank build
ing. 625 Market at. W. H. A\EBY.
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
IPLEMDID TWIN *C R EW 10.«». ton steamer.
"SIERRA." -SONOMA" and -\ ©<TL RA.
$110 HONOLULU SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD— ttM lit cabin; $375 2d cabin,
ria f>ylon, E?ypt, Italy, etc. Literal *top-overs.
Honolulu sailings Not. 19, Dec. 3, 17, etc., 2p. m.
Sy.lney sailings. Not. 18, l i* tc - o 2 P- m -
Write or wire >OW Jorberths Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 873 Market
street; phone Sutter 841.
I For folder*, ticket*, etc.. apply Paolne Nar- I
Igatlon Co., 680 Market street. Sen Francisco. I
AUSTRALIA
and INew Zealand
SYDNEY VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON—
h *■ S/^is^.^:
M B. da C T O e . th ZEALA«». LTD.
HIWD. BOLPH «V CO., Oca. Cal. at.
Ticket Ofnce. 67» Market St.: tel. DongU, 3100,
llAilAi ... .. R. 8. WILHELMINA Mil!.
IiVIIVaUUIVW la n «nt!s Nor. 27. S. ».
LtJRMNR sails Dec. 11. >»>*" Meamers, 13,000
tons displacement. Pi#r No. 3%, 12
o'clock noon. Round trip, $110 and up. Direct
serriee to the Vel^ane.
MATSON NAVICATIOX COMPAJTIt
268 Market Street, Saa Fnneuco
Sailed Nor. 17—Stmr Yal* for Sen Franeieco;
etmr Vueen for Sau Francisco; stmr Chehalie for
San Franeieco.
EUREKA—Arrived Nov. 17, 11 a- m.—Stmr
Prentice, hence Nov. 16; «tmr Latme from San
Pedro; 9 a. in., stmr F. A. Kilburn, hence
Nov. Iβ.
/TACO&IA— Arrived Nov. 17—Stmr MonUra
from Vancouver.
Sailed Nov. 17 —Stmr Admiral Sampson for
Seattle.
TATooSH— Passed out Nov. 17. 5:40 a. m.—
Br fctmr Harpaljce from Taeo#i for the United
Kingdom.
SEA'rrrjC—Arrived Nov. 17—Stmrs Prince
Rupert, PrSm-e Rupert: Yukon, Charles »tson
and Riverside, San Frnnoisco; Jefferson, s>kag-
WB.v; Rertliß. southwestern Alaska.
Sailod Not. IT—Stmrs Spokane. Skagway;
Prince Ruptrt, Prince Rupert: Captain A. F.
Lucaa ami barge t>l. fan Francisco.
EASTERN PORTS
NORFOLK. Vs.—Sailed Nov. 17—Nor stmr
Terrier for San Francteco.
NEW YORK—Arrived Nov. 17 —Columbia,
Glasgow: Rottenlmu, Jtottfrriam.
MEMORANDUM— DIED AT SEA
Nov. it, on board United States stmr Glacier.
8. Anderson, naval seaman, aged 28; buried at
sea.
FOREIGN PORTS
BOtiYHAljPTON—Arrived Nov. 17—Stmr New
York. New York.
Sailed Not. 17— Stmri? George Washington.
New York: President Grant. New York.
QUEENSTOWN—SaiIed Nor. 17—Mauretania,
New York.
LONDON—Sailed Nov. 17—Anponia, Portland.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of'lnterest to Mariners of
the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
EUREKA, Nov. 17. -Three steamers arrived
today, bnt none departed, bar conditions not
having I <t:i oi>tirelv fnvorable.
The F. A. KlHjurn. from San Tranc'sco witlx
freight, mail and passengers, was first to ar
rive, Htid wa* followed by the lumber carriers
Prontiss ami Uktne.
Stea.uvr Itavnlll was to have departed late
thin efternooii for San Francisco with lumber
and passengers, but by the time there w»s
sufficient wiitw on the bar darkness had tet
in aud the departure of the. Ravalll was post
pone<l vntii tomorrow morning.
With 2 feot of lumber from tb* bey
mills, ihi- British steamer Strathdon will de
part tomorrow morning for San Francisco, where
additional cargo will Ik< taken on boarr?. The
Strathdou will depart for Sydney, Australia.
SAN PEDRO, Nov. I".—The Paoiflc Coast
cempany's slettiner Queen returned this morning
from Sun Diego, ami aft(»r taklhj? passengers
and ldihrfouai i-arpo proceeded for San Fran
cisco via Santa Barbara.
Arrivals during the night, will inrludp the
steamrr X/clvllir Dollar, out flre days from Ta
coma \!a San Franciisi.o, carrying I.loo.o*X> feet
of lumber for various ooneignpfs.
Steamer Tallac arrived rhis mornine. five dars
out from Everett, bringing a full cargo of pole*
and piling for \Velr & Jordan company.
Oarrj-'ng 840.000 feet of lumber for San Prdrn
Lumber conijuny, the schooner Meteor is out two
days from Gray* Harbor.
Pacific Navigation company's steamer Yale
arrlred this afternoon from San Diejjo, and
after t.ikioc passoncers and additional cargo
proceeded far San Francisco.
Steamer Harvard of same company arrived
this morning from San Francisco with a good
passenger ami freight list.
Steamer George W. Fenwlck completed dis
charge of 2.ZHMKH) feet of lumber for Ham
mond I timbe; - company at Wilmington and
••'.v,*v-v ,^»gßwa!ii"""""", """*°*~'-' , "" : ' '■'■■•■ : ""■■- ■'■ ■ ■■■■■■ ■ ,;; " : ''
: .. .-■.•- - RAILWAY TRAVEL.
' - Through ; the ' " '
; : GRAND CANYON
;V Si OP THE 3 FEATHER RIVER - :
;'-■; and THE ROYAL GORGE ; ,
The "Panama-Paeiflc" Express and
bi£Z-'S The "1015" Mall .'
Leave - and are due -I to ' : t arrive Union
Ferry Depot from June 9. 1912. _
Leave rough Trains . -'Arrive i
9:10»■■ Salt Lake, Denver. Omaha, Chicago,
'
Kansas City, St. Looto 5:45»
7:30p ; Salt Lake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago,
68»«£fes* Kansas; City. St. Louis. 8:3 2*
&:iea*^ J^vrrv;r Sacramento 8:80 a
7:80p :.. .-'.-.'... *• -' do - ;: .:rr.T.w*B:*sp;
9:10*:- "... Stockton ".:::?:77^"m*:U*
«:10p r....v.:::-. do rrrr rrrrrr: 10:20*
7:30p.-.Y.:..- do \%\rrr;*:r.-;r;;B:4enj
Through i Standard » and Tourist Sleeping Care Tla |
DeriTpr & 8 Rio ' Grande I and : Burlington ": Route, Tla ;
Denver & Rio Grande : and Rock Island * Unee, Tla
' Denver tad Rio Grande J and i Missouri « Pacific. i
Through Trains. Observation Cars, Dining ■ Cart,
i Electric i Lights and j Electric ' Fans. JS^jsSISSSf
/^ Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 1912
\<tffefcfcW./ ■'■\ San Francisco
LNION FERRY DEPOT
I>eii VIA SAUSALTto I Arrive
7:45 a PetalumaT Santa Koea, Heald*- I
T ; VV Inirg. Cloverdale, Ufciab. ,
';■'-■:■■-" Willlts, Longvale. ••Sebas
UX'\ topol rie «:<*P
8:15 a Sonoma. Gien Ellen ...;... { I5 : !h.' p I;
- I Jb:*.-op )
8:15 a Pt. Reyes. Camp Meeker. Monte J t«:ssp )|
%,-*-•«>• Rio, Duncan = Mills, Catadero. [J7:35pJ
8:43 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa, Gnerne- itsaspgsgfef
' .- ville. Mont* r" Rio. Duncan » t6:35p I|
' Mills, Caiadero (leaves from (J.:3spf
Duncan Mills) :.....:. _
10:45 a Petaliima, Santa Rosa. Healds- - ,^^S'l
;- : burg 3:05p
1:45p Petahima. Santa Rosa, Guerne
- .. - ville. Monte Rio, Duncan
, Mills ••' ' 10:35 a
t2:4sp!Pt. Reyee, Camp « Meeker .. .:',"TT.". 4
; 3:15p Petalntna, Hanta Rosa, Healds- , '
Mlfm® I * burg. Cloverdale, Uk'ab, j«PpP»*B
- '■ .... WllHt*. •Seliaetopol . 11:35 a
,14:45p Sonoma;:; Glen Ellen ::V. :'. TT. ~'\' 9:33 a
s:lspiPetahiina. Santa Rosa, Healds- - ';;.#&«*«%
ESI-,"ii« (,-,' burg -.:.. rrr: ?:r. tr.T.T.\\*. • t*«.* 9:05 a,
""ELECTRIC SUBURBAN VIA SAUSALITO
Sausalito Mill Valley. San • Rafael— Dally
every 30 minutes from 6:45 a. in. nntil 9:45
a m.: hourly until 2:45 d. tn.. then 3:l"> P- m
and everr M minutes until 6:45 p. m.. then 7:45.
9:15. 11:15 :P- m. and 12:30 a. n.'^a**£Bß&Sßß|
Fairfax—Leaves t6:45, 7:15. 7:45, 8:1*18:43.1
0:15, 9:45. 10:45, 11:45 a. ra.; 12:45, 1:45, 2:4:..
JI-)S 3:45 4:15. 4:45 5:15. 5:45. 6:15, 6:40.
7:45. 9:15, 11:15 p. m.: 112:30 a. m.;.
ia San Quentin * via San Rafael—Leave r dally at
9:15 a. m. nnd 1:45 p. vm. . 'SS«J*KSt
«Tlbiiron % aDd I Relvedere —Daily every I hour from |
e-45 a. in. until J :4."i p. m.; tben S:tX p. ra. anr|
every hour until 6:15. then 7:45, 9:15 and 11:13
p. m. and 12:."3O , »a:- in. - -"*i*^?s»
•Arrive* daily 10:33 i>. m. ••Arrives Sunday*
7:05 Ip. m.. week T days 6:3." !p. m. Except S Sua
davs. tSnndayx | only. ?i 5 only.
~^Peel Up % Transfer company's % agents | are * author- \
Ized *to check I fcajrcajre j direct g from I residence.
MUIR WOODS ; dfjSfek
MT. TAMALPAIsS i
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY
UNION DEPOT, FOOT OF MARKET "T^-^^^^K^^m
B*uwiTri*Sl.M;C«mlHn«tTrip,M.»o T
ti.t»frmtaa i if.mirWMfa I U.MtTaMWs $4
Weekday Swlar Weekday Sanday Weekday Soaday
9:45 a 8:46 a t7:2Qa 11:50* 7:20 a tJH 9 *!
1:45> 9:45 a §§1:40p 1i2:50p 1:40* 11:40*
* 4 45* 10:45 a 2:40p 1:50p 4:45p ||1 :40p
WtTt:-. 11:45 a |:50» 2:5©P • 8:35p » ", 2:40«
1:46P 3:50p frtto
...... 2:45> h?:-.-.-; : ''' 4:40» jMOp
'Saturdaysonly, t Mondays only. * Mt.TamaJpais only.
( Sausalito Ferry—Td. Kearny 4980 &%
Ticket Offices < 687 Market—tel. Kearny 2751
Wm&mkm. ( 874 Market-Tel. Doujrla* 4407
I General Office-MiTl Valley, Cal. TeJ. MiflValley Sub. 81
"Ttmt • f Tieaipis , ' art "Haft! w" in itnn mo f»r pntt
RAY AND '^TSJ^jy^f^BSliXSiL^ \
Maic Island Navy - Yard. V»liejo. Nap*. St Helena. Call«to#» 1
I Beat* have 700 :9 45 a. m.. 12 30. 320. 0.00. 830 p. m.
S|;«»Docli r and oSce. North End Ferry Building.
B Phone* Kearny 40ft. Horn* ' C 4703. Meals ala ' cart*.
. - ■ ■- - ' ■■ v
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
■ftel STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Reajnlar Fast Krelarht Service
\EW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing: from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Pacific
steamers sailing: from B Salina Cruz,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco every 12 days. I
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen
eral Agrnte. 8 Bridge street. New
York. WILLIAMS, DIMQND & CO..
General Agents, Pacific Coast. ,
lga^B3l0 } Sansorae | St., San Francisco.
cleared for Columbia river direct, in ballast, to
load return cargo for same company.
Steamer Klttraath this morning, out
flve days from Portland via San Francisco,
bring tug pass' -ngers arul freight for Merchants'
Steamsnip company and 1.100/100 feet »f lum=
her for Charles McCormick Lumber company
and others.
Power schooner Santa Rosa Island sailed to
day for Sinta Barbara with a cargo of cement.
Steamer Not wood will complete discharge of
875.000 feer o , lumber for E. K. Wood I/Timb<>r
company, ami Is scheduled to clear tomorrow
for Ornya Harbor to reload, taking passengers
and freight for West Coast Steamship company
at San Krcneisco.
Arrivals at Itedendo Be«rh include oil barge
Monterey. In tow of tug Navigator, with 20,000
barrels of oil for Associated Oil company, loaded
at Gaviota.
PORTLAND, Nov. 17.---Tl)e eteam schooner
Jim Kutler shifted toflny to the .North Bank
dock to take or. a load of wheat, and will then
go to Stella t> take on a oechload of piling for
San Francisco
The ttfttta schooner 3. B. Stetson arrived to
day from San Francisco nirh a cargo of ec
ment f,>r th- Oak street dock.
The steamer Breakwater m-rired from Coos
Bay with s> pnseogen and r full freight, cargo.
The fcte»ni.-r Alliance sailed tonight for Coos
Bay md Kmeka with c good freight anil pas
seogcr li.-t. ,
I'be steamer Beaver sailed tonight for San
Francisco with 430 passengers, her limit, and
all the freight that she could handle.
A. F. AKorfer, general ageeft of the pasaenger
department of ihe San Francisco and Portland
Meamship company, was r paasenger on the
Bearer to«'ay for San Francisco.
With wk»t Is considered to he I record pas
sage, the German bark .lersbek arrived in tiie
Columbia rive; today froni Santa Rosalia after
having been out from that port 10 (lay*. The
average between these port-- for sailing vesxt-ls
is not 'ess than 30 days, and from local records
the best pi<vloua run was UO days. The Jer*bek
is under charts to M. H. Homer to load grain
for Kuopo. ]t Ik evident that it got behind
a gale aflcr leaving Santa Rosalia and keot
coming with its driving force.
ASTORIA, Xov. IT.— Hw eteam schooner*
Ciaremont and Olympic, with cargoes of lumber
for California, went to sea today.
Steam schooner Stetson arriitd In port todar
from California end will load Kimber for return
Stea.nor Breakwater, with freight and pas
senders froir. Coos Bay, arrived in port this
morning, and proceeded.
Oil tank steamers Oleum and W. S Porter
sailed totUy for California in ballast.
DOCTOR TVAI.XER SPEAKS TONIGHT— Rev
Hftborr Walker, prfaclier and noted lecturer
on Itellin lifr. will address the rogular month
Iy meeting of tho B<>ri»an society of tbe Cal
vary PruHli.vterinn church tonight at' Sl">
o'rlofk. Doctor Walker's subject will i>o
"The Witbln Onr Gates " The
meeting; Is for rncu only.
~. ~ RAILWAY TRAVEIi
TRAINS LEAVE AND ABE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER 15. 1812
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Lbm« (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
2.15 a NiJes, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton, Lodi. Gait, Elk Grove.
Sacramento.Roseville.AuburD.Colfax 10.40p
2.15 a Sacramento. Marysville, Biggs, Chico. 10.40p
8.40 a Rirhmond, Port Costa. Martinez. Aα
tioch. Byron Hot Springs, Trao r .
Patteraonii Newman, Loe Banoe, !
Ingle, Kerman. Fresno 11.59p
•.40a San Uandro, Hayward, Niies. San
Jose 6.50p
7JWa The Statesman—Richmond, Vaiteio
Junction, Port Oosta, Benicia, Sui- |
sun, Elmira, Davis, Sacramento 6.50 a
7.00 a F.lmlra, Vacarille. Rtansey 7^op
7.20 a Goldfield Pass.—Truckee, Hasen, Wa- I
buska (Yerrington, Hudson), Mina, I
Tonopah, Goldfield, Laws, Keeler.. 8.19 a
7.20 a Richmond, Costa, Benicia, Suiaun. l>
Dixon, Sacramento 7^op
7ioa Rose\-ille. Mao-sville (Oroville), Red- t
ding, DuMmuir 10.40 a
720 a Daris, Woodland, Williams, Maxwell, ;
WiUows, Hamilton, Corning. Red
Bluff 7.50b
VJZOa Niles, Pleasanton. Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi. J
Sacramento 7.30b
Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banns, I
Ingle, Kerman. Fresno 4.^Op
7.40 a Richmond, Valiejo. Napa, Calistoga. i
Santa Rosa. Crockett, Port Costa.. 6.1 Op
17.40 a Avon, Walnut Creek. San Ramon. j
livermore t6.50p.
•AOa Newark, West San Jose. Los Gatoe.
Wright. Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Cru» KJMa
M 0» Port Costa. Martinet, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, (Stockton), Merced.
Berenda, Madera. Fresno, Fowler,
Sehna, Traver, Goaoen Junctioa
(Hanford, Armona), Tiilare, Bak
ersfield :.. *fOp
•.40a Msalia, Lindsay, Porterville. Dueor.. 7.10p
•.40a, Yosemite Valley via Merced 4.30p
•.00a Irvington, San Jose 7.30p
tXOOa Niles. Pleasanton. Livermor*. Stock
ton ('Milton), Valley Spring, lone, \
Sacramento ■ • T , ?®'
B\oOa Tiiolumne.Sonora. Jamestown, Angels 2.50p
•j0O« Athujtic Express—Sacramento. Truc
kee. Ogden. Salt Lake City, Denver.
Kansas City Omaha, Chicago 8.30p j
•.00a Tonopah-Goldfield Standard Sleeper . B.IOa
•XOOa VsJlejo Junctioa, Vallejo { 7^sop
•40a Richmond. San Pabb. Pinole. VaDejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Coeta, Mar- |
tinei, Avon, Concord. San Ramon. 6.1 Op
t&V2Oa Ban Francisco Overland Limited —Den- •
ver. Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
Chicago .5M5"
10.40 a Vallejo. Mare Island. N»pa 2.50p
•040 a Stockton ~..{ ajfoj
HUCa Los Angeles Passenger—Port Costa,
Martinez, Byron Hot Springs. Tracy,
Stockton, Merced, Madera. Fresno,
(Hanford. Coalinga, Visalia). Bak
erafield, Los Angefee 7.10p
lIJRHi Shasta Limited—Portland, Taosma,
Seattle 8.50p
irOOn Richmond, Port Costa. Benicia, Sui- i 10.30 a
sun, Elmira, Dixon, Sacramento . f I I.IOa
12.00 ft Davis.Williams,CoiusaJune..Willows.
Germaatown, Orland, Hamilton— 6.50b
•t.oon Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff 4.30p
I.OOp Niles, Irvington, San Jose ZMp
1.20b San Leandro, Niks. Centerville, New
ark, (Redwood), San Jose 7.50p
140b Newark, Alviso, Agnew. Santa Clara.
WestSanJoee lO.OOb
2.40p San Leandro. Niles, San Joee 7.30b
S.OOp Benicia,Winters, Sacramento —Wood-
land. Tudor. Yuba City, MarysvilK
Oroville 11.10 a
VJ2Op Richmond, Pori Costa. Martinez, Byron l
Hot Springs. Modesto, Merced, Ma
dera. Fresno 10.40p
4.00p Port Costs, Martinez, Concord. Wal
nut Creek, Saa Ramon, Livermore. 9.30 a
4.00p Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
Glen Ellen, SanU Rosa 9.30 a
eXOOp Niles, (Onlai tilh Newark), SunoL
PieaeaDton, Livennore, Tracy,
Stockton, Sacramento 12.50b
440* San Leandro. Hayward. Niles. Pleae
anton, Livermore 8.30 a
4.40p Irvington. Sao Jose 9.30&
440b Tracy.Patterson, Newman, Lot Banoe,
Herman, Fresno 10.40p
440f Valley Flyer-Port Costa, Byron Hot ,
Springs, Tracy. Modesto, Merced.
Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction,
Tuiare. Bakersfield. Mojave, Los
Angeles 12.50p
flhMa Vallejo, Port Costa, Beaicia. Suisirn,
Secratnento, Rossville, Lincoln,
WheaUand. Marysvilla (Oroville), ►
Qridiey, Biggs, Chico 11.30 a
Mop Davia, Arbuckle. Willianu. Willows.
Orlaad,T e liaa».... 10.40p
6.00» Newark. Santo Clara, West San Joee. 9.30 a
&20a San Leaadri. Lorenn, Hayward, .
Niles, Pleasaaton, livermore.
Tracy, Stockton 3.10b
§Mp Owl Limited—Port Costa. Tncy.
Fresno, Los Angeles B.loa
tX2Oe Hayward. Niles and Svi Jose 6.50p
•40b Eastern Express -Oiden, Pueblo.Den.
ver. Kansas City, St Louis, Chicago 8.30p
•40a Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun, Ehnira,
Sacramento. Colfax, Truckee, Reno,
Sparks 8.30p
fjOOa China and Japan Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenne. Denver, Kansas City.
Omaha, Chicago S.IOp
f JOOa Port Costa, Byron Hot Springe. Stock
ton, Sacramento. Colfax, Truckee,
Reno 3.10p
«?JQOa Richmond, (Vallejo). Port Coeta, Mar
tiaes. Concord, Walnut Creek,
Pleaaantoo, Niies, Oakland a 12.45 a
A2op Oregon Express—Sacramento. Rose
ville, Marysville, Redding.CKlamath
Falls). Ashland, Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle, Spokane I.loa
•LOOb lit. Eden, Alvarado. Newark. Santa
Clara.S»nJoee 7.50p
8.40b Bakersoeld. McKittrick, Haileton,
Monarch, Moron. Felbw, Shale.... 7.50 a
•40b Richmond, Port Costa, Tracv, Mo
desto, Merced. Madera, Fresno.
Hanford, Tuiare 730 a
•l4ob Hanford. Armona, Lemoore, Huron.
CoaKnga 7.50 a
9.40p Visalia, Exeter, Lindsay, Portervilis.
Ducor, Famoso 7.50 a
HUOb Portland Expresj— Davi.% Willows,
Red Bluff. Wesd, (Klamatb Falls).
Ashland, Roseburg. Portland, Ta
ooma.Beattie 740 a
MCTHERUNOS ROUTE-Froi, Pacific Street Wharf
Thie route offers exceptional opportunity fnr Auto
snobilistai to reach all point' o'i the Sacramento River;
CollinsviHe, Emmaton, Rio VT»», Isteton, Ryde, Walnut
Grove. Vorden. Courtiaod. Clarksburg. Sacramento.
ftaamer Swrrfnole or Navjjo, feaves San FraccMeoB-30
a. n. dariy Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Leav-. aacramento &30 a. m.
fc ly - eXO^« Sttad,y *° d w «*J«»d3y. arriving San
Francuw SJO p. m. Stopping in either dwection at all
pants shown above.
Steamer Modee er Apache. leavee Sao Francisco 1.00
p. m. daUjr, except Sunday: trrivo San Francisco 11.30
p. m. dairy except Monday.
Steamer Navajo or Seminole, leaves San Francisco
5*55 •*" B * P , exre P* Sunday*, arriving Sacramento
JM a. a, dairy eteept Monday. Leave Sarramento
MO p. m. daaty except Sundays, arriving San Francisco
JjgO*'Btawy except Monday. Jio stopa ci route in
13
MARYLAND SENATOR
IS CRITICALLY ILL
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.—United
States Senator Isador Ray nor of Mary
land is critically ill with neuritis at
his home here.
COPY BUTCHER NEEDED
ON STATE BULLETINS
[Special Dispatch lo The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 17.—Because
state departments and officials arc
making their monthly and special bul
letins too voluminous and expensive
the board of control And state control
ler have notified all the officials to cut
costs, and if this caution is not heerlpr!
drastic measures may be used to en
force the order.
The objection Is not made that the
bulletins are useless.
"The department heads and others
tare allowing themselves too much cdi
i torial laxity at the expense of the
state without improving the publica
tion," is the way Controller tly-9 de
scribes it.
OREGON SHORT LINE
WILL GO INTO WELLS
TWIN FAI.IwS, Idaho, Nov. 17.—The
Oregon Short Line will build at once
from Twin Falls to Wells. Nev., whn c
it will connect with the Southern Pa
cific, according to a statement made to
day by w. H. Bancroft With F. H.
Knickerbocker, liis assistant, (general
Manager Bancroft is here looking over
the reports of engineers who have been
making the survey to Wells. The ex
tension will touch the mining camp of
Contact.
"For the merger. Better San Fran
cisco" la tbe pledaxe and aim of
The Call.
VIA COAST LINE
Leave (Third and Towns»nd Streets) Anive
(Subject to change without ootioe)
t 6.05 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno t 6.35*
6.30 a South S»n Francisro, San Jose, Gilmy,
(Hol!)8t*r, Tres Picog), Sargent, Pa
jaro, Wateonville, Santa Cruz 7.51>p
t 8.30 a Los ARos, Mom Vieta. Los Gatoe.. . t9.45a
t 7.00 a Sonth San Francisco, Palo Alto. San
Jo«e. Way Stations 7.20p
t 7.00* Los Altos. Monta Yfcta, Los Gatos.. 7.20p
B.ooa Shere Line Limited- Pa«o RaMai Hot
Springs, Santa Barbara. Los Angeles 9.509
8.05 a Mayfield, Los Altos.Los Gatos.Wrfght.
Glenwood (Boulder Cretk). Santa
Cruz, Wateonville. Castmville, Del
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.... 9.05p
•.00a San .To*?. Oilrov. Sargent, Salinas,
Bcledad. San Mipwl. Ptso Robles
Hot Springe, Sao Luu Obispu. .. 4.00p
9.00 a Holliiter, Tres
Santa Cms—Del Monte, Monterey,
PseifieGrove «• M*i
10,40 a South San Francisco, BurHngame, 9w
Mateo. Palo Alto, San Jose t 8.30 a
10.40 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatoe.... 12.30b
11.30 a Valencia Street. Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno ' ••"•
. 11.40 a South San Francisco, San Joae t 8.20»
1.20b Saturdays only—San Mateo, Redwood,
Mayfieid, Mountain View, San Jose 10.50b
1.20p Saturdays on!j—Los Altoe, Mon» Vista,
Los Gatos 13.2N
2.00 a Del Monte Express—*an J<?ee. Giiroy.
Sargent (Watsonville). Santa Cnsz,
DelMontA, Monterey, Pacific Grove.
(Salinas):. '"Op
: 208p Earton, San Mateo, Palo Alto, San
Joee 8.40*
t 2.10b South San Francisco, Redwood, San
Jose t 11.30*
3.00p South San Francisco, San Mateo, San
Jose, Gilroy, Tres Piaoe, Salin*e. . 10.1 Oa
3.00 a Watsonville. Santa Crui. Castrovill*.
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.10 a
3.25p Burlingame, San Mateo. Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Altos, Los
Gatoe 5.30f
4.00 a Sunset Express—Tucson. Deming. F.I
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
cago e.ls*
4.00 a Washington Snnset Route—Washing
ton, D. C, New York and East 9.15 a.
4.00 a Salinas. Paso Roblee Hot Springs.
San Luis Obispo, Sant* Barbara,
Ventura and Los Angeles 9.15 a
4.00p Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago 9.' 5a
4.20p South San Francisco, San Jom f 7.25 a
t 4.55p Santa Crui Limited—Mayfield, Los
Altos, Los Gatoe, Felton, ißoulder
Creek.) Santa Cru» t 8.45*
t 5.05b Burlineame, San Mateo, Palo Alto,
San Jose and Way Stations 9.45 a
t 5.20p Redwood, Atherton, Menlo Park.
Palo Alto. Mayfield, Mountain View,
Sunnyvale. San Jose t "OO*
t 5.20p Los' Altos. Monta Vista, Los Gatos.... t 8.40 a
f 5.25p Eaeton, Redwood, Mountain View.
h San Jose I.IOa
t 6.30p loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View.
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend t 8.40»
I 5.40p San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose... 3.25*
t 5.40 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatoe.... 7.20p
t 6.00p Millbrae. San Mateo, Redwood. May.
field, Los Altos. Los Gatos T B.oo*
t 6.05p 23d Street. Vieitarion. South San
Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.15p
6.30p South San Francisco. San Jose 6.45f
7.40p The Lark—Paso Robles Hot Sprinfi.
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 9.30 a
8.1 Op San Jose and Way Stations 7.30 a
i IO.OOp Loe Angeles Passenger— Salinas, Paso
Robles Hot Springs, San Luis Obis
po, Santa Barbara and Loi Angeles 8.25 a
IO.OSp South San Francisco, San Joee 11.55b
11.45p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose 7.45 a
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Via Alameda Piar.
To Oakland 14th and Franklin Sti -
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minute* past the
how until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15. 10.00. 10.45.
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
To Alameda. North and South Sttfe—
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 mitmtet past the
hour until 7.45 p. m.: then 8.30. 9.16. 10.00710.4fc
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Via Oakland Pier.
Tβ Oakland. 16th St., and Berkeley via Shattuck AvK
and Ellsworth St. Lines.—Daily—From 6.00 a. m.. asd
every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.. inclusive: theo
9.00.9.40,10J20,11.00,11.40. p. re, 12.20 and 1.20 a.m.
Additional boats Saturdays and Sundays onb, 8.40
p. m.. 9J20, 10X0,10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
! To Berkeley via California St and Wtst Berkeley. Albany
via Ninth St. Lines—Daily—From »6.00 a. m., t<5.20.
*6.40, t7.00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m. inclusive; then 9.00.9.40,10.20,11.00.11.40 p.m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boat* Saturday* and
Sundays only. 8.40 p. m- 9.20. 10.00, 10.40 an(f 11.20
p-m.
To Vigorli Stega. Pullman, Richmond—l 6 40 and 7.44
a. m., 3J20 p. m., 4.20, 5.20, 6.20 p. m.
To Oakland, Washington-Broadway, East Oakland
Frtftvale and Metros* via Seventh St.—Daily—Frnra
6.oft a. m., and every twenty minutes until 8.20 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
p.m.
Hcrmhoe to Oakland, Washington-Broadway, Fruitvaie.
Alameda. North Side—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., f6.2C,
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40. 8.00. 8.40 and forty minutes past
the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40. 5.00, $.29,
5.40. 6.00, 6.20. 6.40. 7.00, 7.40, 8 20. 9.00, 9.40. 10.3 ft
11.00, 11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
To Stonehurst—l6.oo. t8.40, t7.20. J9OO, JlO.OO a. nu
JIJO, p. m., J2.00, ;3.00, *4.00, *5.00, »5.40 and
t6-20p.m.
AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY—From San Franeisee,
South End of Ferry BuiMing. for Broadway Wharf.
Oakland —Week days 6.00 a. m. and every half hour
until 9.00 p. m., inclusive. Sunday* and holidays
6.00 *. m. and every half hour until 11.00 p. m,
inclusive. Boat* leave Broadway Wharf—Week daya
6.15 a. ro. and every half hour until 8.45 p. m. in
clusive. Sundays and holiday*. 6.15 a. m. and every
half hour until 10.45 p. m., inclusive.
a for Morning. *Dairy. P for Afternnoaj
tSunday ezecpted. JS;nday only. §Saturday onJy.
a Monday.
Union Trantfar Co. authorized to chKk Baggaaa AfsV
Irani residwea. A

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