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TO settle an estate, must sell 18 room fist
building and lot. located in Oakland and
rented for $60 per month: paying 18 per
cent on the investment; price $4,000; $2,000
cash, bal. terms.
D. R. TANNER REAL ESTATE CO..
228-229 Mulrbead bldg..
127S Market St.. San Francisco.
FOR sale —A nice home In Berkeley; 7 room
house near College ay. Address J. W.
GOXEY, 851 33d St.. Oakland.
GIVE me offer for lot. 90x320: 4 room house,
windmill and motor: 38 fruit trees; must
sell at once. 1906 57th ay.. Oakland.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE
SACRIFICE less than cost, to go east, beautiful
home ln Alameda: two story, 10 rooma; fin.
location: unfurnished: $6,400; fine furniture
at a bargain. 3ox 1927. Call office.
FOR sale—l lot. 60x150, with 1 barn, 2
small bouses and 1 two story frame build
ing $oxso. conducted as grocery store;
owner must leave for his health. Inquire
*>12 Castro St.. Haywartf.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
ATTENTION HOME BUILDER
This Is th* best time in the yesr to hsv*
your pl»us prepared for your building. There
.re . number of reasons; let me explain.
LEONARD H. FORD
SIS 6 Center st. Berkeley.
FOR sale—2 lots in tbe Richmond Berkeley
water front- $1«5 cash. $10 a month. Ad
dress H. STEENGRAFE. 420 Adams St.,
Petaluma.
FOR «ale cheap, business lot ln Richmond an
nex; directly opposite proposed inner har
bor; improvements complete; owner must
sell quickly. Phone Park 4841.
TWO lots ln the Herm«nn tract, close to car
line, and real Inner harbor property; bargain
for ca»h. Address box 4916. Call office.
ESTATE
FOR rent—Furnished 6 room modern bungalow.
Address F. G. HALL, Castilleja School, Palo
Alto. Cal.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE
NEWARK—2 k:s. cheap; close to prop. S. P.
shops and Key Route. Box 1917. Call offlc*.
SANTA RjO§AJREAJ^ST^TJE^
TOR real bargains In good lands, SONOMA
Co. LAND CO . 223 4th st.. Santa Bo**.
BARGAINS ln Napa lands. Writs W. B.
GRIFFITHS CO.. for list*. Nap*.
REAL ESTATE
FOR MILL VALLEY BARGAINS. SEB
WILL FAI.LEY. MILL VALLEY.
REDWOOD CITY REAL ESTATE
ALEGANT HOME SITES, only $150 each. $1
down and $5 per month; no Interest, n*
taxes. Write or call for bandsom. booklet.
K. W. MAGRUDER, 423-423 Ph»l«n Bldg..
T6o Market St.. 8. F. AGENTS W A N'T PP.
MARIN CO. REAL ESTATK
FAIRFAX I EVELOPMENT CO. offers 3 up to
date properties Cheap—Easy terms~~~Modern
Improvements. 110 Mkt. St.: Kear. 2380.
FARMS WANTED
WANTED—To hear from owner who has good
farm for sale; send description and price.
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Minneapolis. Minn.
SOHOM/^COUNTJ^Re^
Yii...ri J. W. Horn Co., Petaluma. CaL for
free copy "Sonoma County Bargalna."
ii• i •M> sad unlmp. GravvostetQ appl. saa
berry lands. W. Wldebase. Sevastopol. CaL
ROSS V ALLEY^EAX ESTATE
iA/i S. cottages and residences for rent ana 'u»
sale. Apply to A. BAUER. Rom. CaL
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES, ranches. scre«g»: exchange: prtc
list. WILSON BROS.. Banta Crux. Cal.
ft , _. 1 . _ "
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
WILT. EXCHANGE LOTS IN STOCKTON:
BEST RESTRICTED DISTRICT; WANT
BERKELEY OR OAKLAND HOUSE; MOD
ERE; SIGHTLY SITUATION. ADDRESS
OWNER. HOTEL BERKELEY. 2039 SUAT
TUCK AY.
OREGON
Willamette Valley Farms—Send me full de
tails yours and I will send you list. Also
have 500 acres stock and farm land Lincoln
county., Colorado, clear, for clear Califor
nia property. R. W. TRIPP, Brownsville.
Oregon.
BUSINESS CHANCES
HEADQUARTERS mov. pic. theaters and vau
deville houses. We buy and sell large lists of
city, country, towns: term*. 744 Pacific bldg.
$1.7(«J —Moving picture bouse, 350 opera chairs;
town 50.000. Call Monday. 744 Pacific bldg.
COUNTRY bey town hotel and bar clearing
$200 mo.; chance man. wife. 744 Pacific bid.
FOR sale—Saloon and other "money making
business connected; best location city; will
take partner: want to retire. 744 Pacffic bid.
FOR sale—Planing mill; big money maker;
city: investigate. 744 Pacific bldg.
HIGH CLASS mov. picture house, clearing $350
mo.; best location, city. 744 Pacific bldg.
$BT>o takes moving picture house, fully equlp
ped: long lease; large place. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED—Partner with $1,000: % Int. moving
pic, house: clear* $300 mo. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED—A partner with $4,000; moving pic
ture and vaudeville house; 1,300 chairs. 744
Pacific bldg.
state manager wanted,
large western manufacturing
corporation wants state manager
to handle the state. mist bb
first class salesman. with $5,000 in i
cash. can make $10,000 to $20,000 per |
tear. finest opportunity to make j
big money and no risk at all will i
guarantee proposition and fur
nish best of bank and commercial i
references. applicant must also i
furnish best of references or
will not be considered, prefer
man with some automobile expk
bience, but can (jet along with
out it. address the san francisco
call, box 192z
25 rooms for sale
cheap; paying net $15®
per month; long lease;
gold mine during Fair;
$50® cash will handle it.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mnlrhead Mdg.. 1278 Market st
HOTEL for sale or rent: established 25 years;
railroad worklngmen and tbt best transient
trade in town : opposite S. P. depot and N.
I. depot; man and wife preferred; small
raplial. Apply or write JOS. P. HANMAN.
Stockton, Cal.
WELL EQUIPPED planing mill In Fresno that
Invoices $13,000 offered for sale for $9,500;
half cash and haif on easy terms: owner may
be xeen by appointmeut. Address JOHN
I'.KAVES. care Seneca hotel, city.
Delicatessen store,
with living rooms; doing
nice business; cheap.
D. R. TANNER" .
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Muirhead bldg.. 1278 Market at.
A $2,000 Investment now will net you a com
fortable fortune; I need your time and
money; no real estate deal, but a bona fl.de
Investment In one of the best and largest
retail houses ln this clty : must have Al ref
erences, etc. Address box 11)09. Call office.
WANTED—Partner to take cash and look
after dining room in my restaurant, to whom
will aell Vi interest for $930. I am first
class chef, cook and do tbe cooking: lease
to 1911 at cheap rent; will clear $150 to
6200 per month each; with fine future; ex
perience not necessary, but must be sober
and steady. See OWNER at 180 4tb st.
MONEY —Kuroi>«-ao capital for InveMment lo
attractive enterprises. Address BANKERS'
ALLIANCE, 125 High Hulborn, London, Eng
land.
BUSINESS CHANCES
Continued ,
$150 buys half interest ln good transient bar
ber shop; best location. Pb. Kearny 4087.
SCOTCHMAN, with capital, or able to Influ
ence same, can obtain good position in finan
cial institution. Box 1876, Call office.
FOR sale -Tailor shop; good business; buy it
for little money; owner gone to another busi
ness. 423 Bills at
$375 buys a restaurant with 3 years' lease; re
ceipts $.'io a day. See owner Turf Quick
I.unch. 201 4th st.
RESTAURANT—SmaII; good location; old es
tablished business: for immediate sale;
CASH. AT SACRIFICE, account owner leav
ing state; low rent; two men do all' work.
Address Owner, box 1914. Call office.
IMPORTANT FINANCIAL ASSOCIATION uu
dertakes placing of large capital in impor
tant mining or industrial concerns, or would
bur stocks and bonds of any established
concern. Write CAR NOT CHEQUE 4378,
Bureau 87, Paris.
Stioii—A wiuner for man and wife; an estab
lished, clean, pleasant business; bright fu
ture; fullest Investigation. Box 1894. Call
office.
A FLORIST as partner to open first store la
the Sunset District; no capital necessary.
Call or address BLUHER. 150 Henry st.
VALUABLE patents pay better than gold
mines; write for list. "Patents for Sale."
RANDOLPH A CO., patent attorneys, Wash
ington, D. C.
STATIONERY business, located ln a good busi
ness town; will sell cheap. Box 343, Marya
ville. Cal.
WANTED IDEAS—Write for list of Inventions
wanted by manufacturers and priaes offered
for inventions; our 4 books sent free. Pat
ents secured or fee returned. VICTOB J.
EVANS A CO.. Washington. D. C.
WANTED —Steady man to take retiring part
ner's interest old estab. business; pays $125
month each; exp. unnecessary; $200 required;
money secured. Call 064 Market st., rm. 21.
OAKLAND BUSINESS CHANCES
UNDER 5 year lease; restaurant and pool
room; centrally located <n Richmond; cheap.
Call 717 Castro for particulars.
PARTNERS WANTED
WANTED—2 partners with $3,000 rash, with
•r without services; will stand rigid investi
gation. Call at room 833. Monadnock bldg.
BUSINESS"WANTED ~
LUBECK'S
CALIFORNIA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST
INVESTMENT BROKERS.
Businesses Sold
City and Country
LUBECK'S POLICY of eelllng
businesses without publicity brings
bona fide buyers and sellers
together.
LUBECK'S SYSTEM means effi
ciency, greatest guarantee of serv
ice, at the lowest possible rates.
IT IS CONCEDED that LUBECK'S
►ell more businesses than all of
San Francisco brokers combined.
FOR PROMPT. DEPENDABLE SERVICE
GET IX DIRECr COMMUNICATION WITH
LUBECK'S
Sixth FJoor, Pacific B!dg
Market and Fourth Sts.
MONEY TO LOAM
AAA—WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE.
PIANOS, SALARIES, etc.. at REASONABLE
RATES; LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
You get the money on 2 HOURS' NOTICE.
$0.85 weekly pays a $15 lean.
$1.35 weekly pays a $30 loan.
$1.65 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums ln proportion. You pay monthly
If you wish. It Is easy to borrow money from
us. No PUBLICITY, no DELAY. If you don't
place your loan with us we both lose money.
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO..
220 Monadnock bldg.
6SI Market st. Second floor.
D. D. DRAKE.
Money on your salary without secnrlty;
best and most private terms; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 201, 048 Market;
room 18. 1225 Broadway. Oakland.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Loans on furniture, pianos, etc.; low rates;
private. 357 Paeifle bldg.. 4th and Market
sts.; pbone Douglss 3265: Oakland office. 518
First National Bank bldg.
!WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVR
| PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no indorser!
confidential; no red tape methods: $1 a week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan. $3
weeks pays $45 loan. $4 week pays $60 loan.
Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST
MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan bliding.
°n your salary quick: cheapest
rat e s . Those dealing else
where especially Invited. They will appreciate
the difference. FOX CO.. 623 Market., rm. 51L
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY,
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-35 Kearny at.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
WAGE earners, either men or women, can
make a loan ln strictest confidence st the
Employees' Credit (k>., 424 Monadnock.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without
indorser. MORRELL, 507 Monadnock build
ing.
PAWN tickets, diamond* bought, highest val
ue*. BCHUMAN. 133 Geary St.. room 524.
MONEY TO LOAN
OAKLAND
FOR
XMAS MONEY
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNDITURE, ETC.,
PHONE OAKLAND 2910.
Independent Loam Co.,
201202 PANTAGES THEATER BLDO..
OAKLAND. CAL
LARGE OB SMALL AMOUNTS, fl. C.v, or 7
per cent, flat or Installments. Call or write
O. E. EVANS. 2367 Mission St.. S. F.
WANTED _
D. D. DRAKE.
Money on your salary without security;
best and most private terms; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 201. 948 Market;
room 18, 1223 Broadway. Oakland.
Classifed Directory
for Ready Reference
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Fab.
JOHN R. RCCKSTELL. cTpTATsTfloorTciaus
Spreckele (Call) bldg.; phone Kearny 4151.
ATTORNEYS
AA—ADVICE FREE—AII cases; installments
sccepted; no publicity; estates, damages, de
crees, bankrnotcy: open evenlnga.
995 MARKET ST.. ROOM 719.
CORNER 6TH AND MARKET STS.
ADVICE FREE IN SACRED CONFIDENCE;
family matters; 3 attorneys; all welcome.
LAW BUREAU. 1278 Market St.
| BALDWIN VALE, valid patents; estab. 1895.
Consultation free; Inventions commercialized.
Underwood bldg. 525 Market at.. S. F.. Oal.
j ALE cases bandied by reliable attorney; those
I small means welcome; pay when work le
| done: advice free. 1112 Market st., office 122.
HARRIS A HESS, attorneys st law. W. T.
HESS, notary public, room 709. Hearst bldg.
"BUTTONS AND PLEATING"
STEELE'S Button Works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason,
Tel. Franklin 4321—Ma1l ordera aollclted.
BUSINESB COLLEGES
BAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 900
Market st, opposite 6th—Day and evening
sessions.
c^Jropodist^__
P. SPUGNABD, chiropodist and manicure, win
teach full course. 3 lessons, (10. Room 518
Grant bldg., 1095 Market st.
CARPET CLEANING
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work,
send your carpeta to J. SPAULDINO A CO.,
352 Tehama sLj Douglas 3084. Home J2347.
VACUUM cleaners rented. 3 days for 75e.
UABDENEK CO., p. O. box 4ii, city.
THE SAN FRAKCTSCO CALL AND POST, TUESDAY, PECEIVIBER 9, 1913
CHINESE MEDICINE
FAMOUS Chinese oil, Imported from Chin*; ex
cellent results; for toothache, headache, stom
achache, severe colds, catarrh. Indigestion,
fevers and numerous complaints: small bottle
35c, large 76c. Cut this ad, send 12c for sam
ple bottle. Traveling Medicine Co., 723 Sacto.
_JDJTEINX3j&NTJ^^
$11 l!Mn CP —Suit* cleaned «sd pressed.
il oWiS Phone Oak. 1397. 2306 Saa P.M.
■ v.. Oakland.
DRESSMAKING
| McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery
School-Evening classes; patterns cut to or
der. 121 Geary st. near Grant ay.; tel.
Douglas 4751.
' DRESSMAKER, newly established here: satls
-1 factory work guaranteed; pbone Fillmore 121.
1439 Fillmore at.
DAY AND^ONXRACT^JV^RK
W. G. UAHIEN, successor to C. R. Cooper,
carpenter and builder: general jobbing.
Franklin 4133.
ALTERATIONS, additions, repair*, garages,
cabinet work, general woodworking; refer
ences; estimates. Market 5821.
! . —■
ELECTRIC MOTORS & WIRING
MOTORS rented, repaired, bought, sold and ex
changed. Globe Elec. Works. 1959 Mission.
FURS—OAKLAND
PRUCE~YOUR FURS EVERYWHERE, but
don't buy until you see our big stock; selling
below cost. 2033 San Pablo. Oak. 9334.
HOUSE CLEANING
AMERICAN HOUSE CLEANING CO.—House
cleaning by hour, day, contract. Telephone
Sunset 1053, all hours.
INVALID HOMES
EL PERENO SANITARIUM, San Rafael, Cal.
For aged persons needing special care. City
home. 3421 23tb St.. S. F. Ph. Mission 462 ft
MILLINERY
MILLINERY taught from start to finish in 3
weeks for $15. 2269 Mission at. near 19th.
Millinery store.
COMPLETE course in French millinery taught
in 4 weeks; terms reasonable. Box 1910. Call.
PRINTING
ALL Job and commercial printing. STEWART
PRINTING CO.. 1264 Market »t.. 8. F. Cop
per plate printing. Country order* solicited.
_ PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY*. STRONG A CO., U. 8. and foreign
patents; Inventors' guide; 100 mechanical
movements free. 911-917 Crocker bldg., 8. F.
H. C. SCHRGEDER, patent trademark attor
ney. 417 First National bank bldg.. Oakl'd.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. O. S. ESSENSON, physician and surgeon,
late of N. Y. 257 Leavenworth. Frnk. 9071.
PENSION ATTORNEYS
W. E. DILLON. U. 8. Trademark, copyright
and pensionsttorney, 527 Pac. bldg.. 4th Mkt.
A A —Model and experimental work; mechanical
or elect'l; we can do it. BAKER A SON,
78 2d st.
ANYTHING In METAL. WOOD OR IVORY. F?
HICKERSON. 904 LAGUNA; PH. MKT. 2078.
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS
DIXON TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
79 81 83 Turk st.; Franklin 4600-5080.
CHARLES W DIXON. Manager.
WILSON BROS. CO.—Fireproof storage, mov
ing, packing, shipping. 1636 Market *L;
* phone Park 271.
CENTRAL Trensfer snd Storage Co., Franklin
3M2 —Furniture moving; trunks 85c. 804
Larkin st.
TRUNKS moved. 35 CENTS. BELL TRANS
FER. 357 Jones St. ; Franklin 1121.
PIERCE RODOLPH STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
*t. : phone West 827. West 828.
_TJRUJ^S_AJ*^
6ECOND HAND trunks bought, sold. rep»lred
and exchanged LEVY'S TRUNK FAC
TORY. 707 Mission et., cor. 3d; telephone
Dougla* 3192.
TAILORS
A MERCHANT tailor suit made to order;
bring your cloth; I furnish linings, etc.;
$8.50 upward. 787 Market st.. room 129.
UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE
Your old furniture. We make it look like
new. We quote lowest prices. Work guaran
teed. Representative will call with samples
to give estimates free. We give you time to
pay on weekly or monthly payments. Orders
attended to within 300 miles.
BARON BROS..
Cor. Stelner and Elliot park. Pbone West 254.
Vital Statistics
BIRTHS
A RATA—In this city, December 4. 1913, to
Ik'- wife of J. Arata, a son.
BAUKSDAI.E—In this city. December f>. 1913.
to tbe wife of A. G. Barksdale, a daughter,
BELL—In thin city, November 27, 1913, to
the wife of C. O. Bell, a son.
BOYD—In this city, December 1, 1913, to tbe
wife of R. J. Boyd, a son.
COIETKOVICH—Iu thla city. December 4.
1913, to tbe wife of T. Coletkovlch, a daugh
ter.
KG<;ERS—In this city. November 30. 1913, to
the wife of Charles Eggers. a daughter.
ELLIS—In this city. December 5. 1913, to tbe
wife of M. Ellis, a daughter.
FRANKE—In this city. December 4, 1913, to
the wife of J. F. Kranke, a son.
HOFFMASTER—In this city, December 6,
1913, to tbe wife of John L. lioffmaater, a
daughter.
HOLLAND—In this city. December 1, 1913,
to the wife of Benjamlu Holland, a son.
MAYER—In this city. November 29. 1913, to
tbe wife of E. B. Mayer, a daughter.
NEWTON—In thla city, December 7, 1913, to
the wife of Dr. John C. Newton, a daughter.
RAHNN— Iv this city. Nevember 20, 1913. to
the wife of William Rahun, a son.
SAI•TORES— In this city, December 5, 1913,
to tbe wife of B. Safforea. a son.
SEGAL—In this city. November 30, 1913, to
the wife of B. Segal. « son.
SELIG—In this city. December 5. 1913. to the
wife of Harold G. Selig. a xon.
SHAN AH AN—In this city, November 30,
1913. to tbe wife of F. Shanalian, twin
daughters.
SMITH —In this city. December 2. 1913, to the
wife of J. E. Smith, a daughter.
ST. ALMOND—In this city, December 4, 1913,
to tiie wife of W. L. St. Almond, a son,
TURNER—In this city. November 28, 1913, ta
tiii- wife of George Turner, a son.
WARREN—In this city. December 1, 1913, to
the wife of J. C. Warren, a daughter.
WKLCH -In this city. November 27. 1913, to
tbe wife of J. F. Welch, a son.
OAKLAND LICENSES
The following marriage licences were is
sued ln Oakland today:
Charles A. Jones, 20, Willows, and Imogen
Stiles, 24, Berkeley.
Walter Magness. 29. San Francisco, and Ber
nice M. Stutx, 18. Alameda.
John N. Lind. 21, aud Anna A. Keeklmen, 22,
both of Berkeley.
John F. Jeffrey, '29, Oakland, and Evelyn M.
Axx. 22. Berkeley.
Ralph 11. Mcpherson. 28, and Edith B. Mc-
Pbernon. 25, both of Oakland.
Rol>ert L. Root, 23, and Mabel B. Norton, 20,
both of Ceres, Stanislaus county.
Manuel Alameda. 24. Rodeo. Contra Costa
county, and Rose Machado, 19, Oakland.
Albert Protest, 34. Oakland, and Margheritte
Molinarl, 28. Point Richmond.
J. W. Jones, 62, and Carrie M. Sleber, 44,
both of Berkeley.
James E. Reycroft. 25, and Katherlne L.
Hunt, 29, both of Oakland.
SAN RAFAEL LICENSES
SAN RAFAEL, Dec. 9.—Marriage licenses
issued here yesterday: John L. Walsh 80,
and Caroline B. French, 35. both of Oakland;
Frank C. Koenlg. 22. Boyeß Springs, and Alice
J. Swonson, 21, Sausalito.
DEATHS
AHLERB—In this city, December 7, 1913,
Mabel, dearly beloved wife of William Ah
lere and loving mother of Herbert and Edna
Finch, a native of Kansas. (Crescent City.
Cel., papers please copy.)
BAILIE—In this city. December 8. 1913. at
her residence, 1533 Page street, Alice, dear
ly beloved wife of the late Thomas Bailie, a
nstlve of Ireland.
BAKEB—In this city, December 7, 1913.
Wakefield, beloved husband of Coralle
Thomas Baker and father of Livingston L.,
Wakeueid Jr. and Marion. Daker, a native
of Massachusetts, nged 47 yearn 5 months
and 5 days. (Boston, Mass., papers please
copy.)
BEHAN—In this city. December 6. 1913. Ag
nes, beloved wife of Maurice Behan and lov
ing mother of Maurice S.. William J.. Rich
ard F. and Agnes M. Behan, a native of
County Kildare, Ireland.
BERGIN—In this city, December 7. 1813, at
his residence, 851 Chenery street. Michael
William, beloved husband of the late Mary
Bergtn. loving father of John Bergin and
Mrs. J. Lynch aud beloved grandfather of
Elizabeth. Mary, George. James, Dauiel.
I John. Joseph and Jeremiah Lynch, a native
of County Waterford. Ireland, aged 81 years
2 months aud 21 days.
BLUM—In Martinez, Contra Costa county.
Cal.. December 0, 1913, Simon Blum, beloved
husband of Leontlne Binm and father of
Myrtle Blum of Mexico. Albert E. Blum of
Martinex. Mrs. Rose Goldsmith of San Fran
cisco, Mrs. Hermine Straus of New York
and Edmond Blum of New York, and
brother of Gabriel Blum of Martinez, a na
tive of France, aged 79. years and 8 months.
BOGLE —In this city, December 6. 1913. Elea
nor J., beloved daughter of Fred C. and Ad
die Bogle, a native of San Francisco aged
9 months and 9 days.
BOHNER—In this city, December 7, 1913,
John Bohner, beloved uncle of John Bohner,
a native of Germany aged 6 years 5 months
and 28 days. A member of St. Paulus D. R.
K. Understuetzungs Vereln.
BRENNAN—In Berkeley, December 7. 1913.
Josephine C, beloved wife of Edward B.
Brennan and loving mother of Edward J.,
Francis C. John P.. R. Jeannetta, William
T., Gertrude C. Mary L. and Raphael G.
Brenuan. Mrs. J. F. Michaels and Mrs. L. S.
Gibbs, a native of California, aged 61 years
0 months and 26 days.
BROUGHAM—In this city, December 7, 1913,
John Joseph Brougham, dearly beloved hus
band of Wilhelmlna Brougham, loving father
of Robert and Christina Brougham, loving
brother of Mrs. J. J. Mahoney, Mrs. P. J.
Hnrlght and the late Mrs. Evelyn Eickhoff.
a native of San Franciaco. A member of
San Francisco Aerie No, 6. F. O. E.
BUBE—In this city, December 8. 1918, Ber
nard Bube, a native of Pennsylvania.
BURKE—In Berkeley, December 7, 1913,
Elizabeth X.. widow of Jere T. Burke,
daughter of Lizzie K. Burke, and mother
of Sherman, Barbara. Elizabeth. Katherlne,
Warren, Roger and Jackson Burke.
BURMEISTER-In Petaluma. December 7,
1913, Diedrlch, beloved husband of Dora
Burmeister, and father of Fred, August.
Henry and Ludwig Burmelster, a native of
Germany, aged 73 yeara.
CASE—In this city, December 7, 1918, Eliza
A. , wife of tbe late Joseph Dearborne Case,
mother of Mrs. Frank Severlo and Maud
M., William A., Mabel Leland and Leland
8. Case, and slater of Marlon A. Bruce, born
in Samoa, aged 62 yeara 8 months and 1
day. (Chicago, 111.; Salt Lake, Utah, and
New York papers please copy.)
COONEY—In Pittsburg. Cal., December 4,
1913, Mike Cooney, a native of County Clare,
Ireland, aged 65 years. (Chicago papers
please copy.)
DAUGHNEY—In this city, December 5, 1913.
John J., dearly beloved husband of Kate
Daughney, loving father of Mrs, William
O'Connor and John W. Daughney, beloved
brother of Mrs. Nicholas Borden and the
late Mrs. Jennie Langley, and grandfather
of Ollta and Gloria O'Connor, a native of
San Francisco.
DEN AH Y—ln Oakland. December 8, 1913.
Daniel Michael, beloved husband of Mary
Denahy, and loving father of John. Fannie,
Daniel, William and Jeremiah Denahy and
Mre. F. Rupert, a native of Cablreiveen,
County Kerry. Ireland, aged 68 yeara.
DOYLE—In this city, December 6, 1913.
Michael, husband of the late Mary Doyle.
and father of Nellie and Jeremiah Doyle
and the late John Doyle, a native of County
Kerry, Ireland, aged 80 years. (Providence.
R. 1., papers please copy.!
DREW—In Point Reyes. November 24. 1913.
Charles F., beloved son of George P. and
Florence Drew, a native of Napa. Cal.,
aged 31 years 4 months and 7 days.
FAWKES—In this city. December 6. 1913.
Richard Fawkes, a native of England, aged
73 years.
FLA HEY—In this city. December 8. 1913.
John, dearly beloved husband of Bridget
Flahey. a native of County Clare, Ireland.
FLORENTINE—In this city. Decemlwr 8.
1913, Theresa, beloved' wife of the late
August Florentine, and devoted morner of
Mrs. Theresa Wagner. Mrs. Mary Dieck
mann, Mrs. Herman Dleckman. Mrs. Henry
Van Erkelens, Mrs. Charles Tracey and
Eugene J. Florentine, a native of Alsace-
I/orralne. aged 61 yeara 6 months and 8
days.
FORD—In Oakland. December 6. 1913, Jeremy
T.; beloved husband of Martha M. Ford,
and father of Carrie M. Ford and Mrs. Lillle
B. Hernoii, a native of Massachusetts, aged
84 years.
GEORGE—In this city. December 7, 1913. Hon
orable Dr. R. W. T. George, dearly beloved
husband of lizzie George, a native of Eng
land, aged 65 years. A member of the R.
A. S. of England.
HASWELL—December 7. 1913. at her home, in
Alameda. Matilda, beloved wife of Charles
H. Haswell, aged 51 years.
HEENAN—Iu this city. December 7, 1913.
Catherine Heenan, loving and devoted mother
of John F. and Mary Heenan and Mrs. J. L.
Armes, and beloved sister of Miss A. O*Dan-
Be!] and Mrs. Mary Nocton of Pennsylvania,
a native of England.
HEISEL—In this city, December 6. 1913. Fred
erlcka. beloved wife of the late Peter Hei
sel, loving mother of Mrs. J. Montgomery
and Edward. Anita and Willie Heisel, dear
grandmother of Evelyn Montgomery, and be
loved sister of William Schmidt, a native of
Germany, aged — years 1 month and 26
dasy. A member of Deutscher Frauen Un
terstuttungs Vereln (Rothes Kreus), and
Eureka Stamm No. 20, U. O. R. M.. and St.
Paul's Frauen Vereln.
JEANSON—In this city, December 7, 1913.
lzora Jeanson, loving mother of Evelyn
L. and Carleton P. Jeanson, and beloved
wife of the late Oscar Jeanson. a native of
Lanslnburg. N, V., aged 50 years 4 months
and 17 days.
JIBLIE -In Emeryville. December 8. 1913.
E. J. Jlblin. deafly beloved son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jlblin, and loving brother of Katie J.
and Martha E. Jlblin. a native of Emery
ville. Cal., aged 18 years and 6 months.
KABLE—At rest, in this city, December 6,
1913, at the St. Francis bostptai, Maria,
dearly beloved wife of Frank Kable, and lov
ing mother of Frank Jr., William, Edward
aud the late Augusta Louise Kable. a native
of Germany, aged 61 years 5 months and 11
days.
KROEGER—In this city, December 6, 1913. at
the residence of her daughter, 942 Noe atreet
near Alvarado. Augusta, dearly beloved wife
of John H. Kroeger. and loving mother of
Mrs. George F. Paul and Leo Kroeger, a na
tive of Slttensen, Hanover, Germany, aged
68 years 2 months and 21 days. A member
of St. Johannes Frauen Vereln.
MARTIN—Iu this city. December 6, 1913.
John Martin, a native of Ireland, aged 67
years.
McINERNEY (nee Leahy)— ln this city. De
cember 7, 1913, Florence H., dearly beloved
wife of John A. Mclnerney, and loving
mother of John F. Mclnerney Jr., and lov
lug daughter of John F. siul Nellie Leahy, a
native of San Francisco, aged 20 years.
McMILLIN In Fresno, Cal., suddenly, Sallle,
beloved wife of W. B. McMllliu, daughter
of the late J. M. Walker and Eliza C.
Walker, beloved sister of Mrs. J. T. Cana
van, J. Flood Walker and John M. Walker,
a native of Philadelphia, aged 40 years 7
months and 22 days.
MITCHELL (nee Wall)—ln this city, Decem
ber 7. 1913, Florence V., dearly beloved wife
of Michael E. Mitchell, idolized (laughter of
John and Mary Wall, and beloved sister of
John M. and the late Mary Wall, a native of
San Francisco, aged 22 years 11 months and
15 days.
MORRIS—In this city, December 7, 1913, Mary
Morrl*.
O'CONNOR—December 6. 1913. Margaret, be
loved daughter of Michael and Mary O'Con
nor of Ocean View, a native of County
Kerry, Ireland, aged 20 years and 8 months.
PEACHE—In Oakland. December 7, 1913. Al
fonso M., husband of the late Clara Fothef*
Ingham Peache, a native of Port Huron,
Mich.
RITMAN—In Oakland, December 7, 1913.
George L., beloved husband of Margaret Hit
man, and loving father of Edna M. Hitman,
a native of Pennsylvania, aged 53 years.
(Honolulu Dapers please copy.)
ROBINSON- In this city. December 7. 1913.
Hannah G., dearly beloved wife of the late
Frank B. Robinson, and devoted mother of
Luke E. and Frank J. Robinson, aud loving
sister of J. H. and L. B. Regan and the
late J. R. Egan and Mrs. J. H. Flynn of
San Mateo, a native of Sun Francisco.
SAMUELS —In this city, December 8, 1913,
Lena Samuels, beloved mother of Mrs. Ike
Marks and Harris Samuels, a native of Ger
many, aged 84 years.
SCHARBACH—In this city, December 8, 1913.
Peter J., dearly beloved husband of Mar
garet Scharbaeh. devoted father of Mrs. W.
C. Miller and Marie. Amelia, Cecilia, Mel
vlna, Frank, Burnett, John, Fred and the
late Lena Scharbaeh and Mrs. A. E. Trask.
beloved son of Anna M. Scharbaeh, and
brother of Mrs. E. Bruukey, Mrs. M. Os
wald, Mrs. W. Kaugant. Mrs. J. Roycroft
and Jacob, Alec and Theodore Scharbaeh, a
native of Milwaukee, Wis., aged 59 years
10 months and 27 days. A member of Tam
alpals Camp No. 427. W. 0. W.
TODD—In Oakland, December 5. 1913. Alonzo
L. Todd, devoted brother of Mrs. Ida Lewis
Mrs. Kate Lewis. C. A., G. T, R. B. and
W. A. Todd, a native of Mississippi, aged
61 year*. A member of Live Oak Lodge No
61, F. A A. M. (Los Angeles and Sacra
mento papers please copy.)
TURNBTTLL —In this city, December 8, 1913
Virginia Lathrop Turnbull, wife of Walter
Tnrnbull, and beloved mother of Mary Turn
bull Murphy and Dr. Walter Turnbull
WARWICK—In thl* city, December 8," 1913
William, beloved husband of Rosana War
wick, and father of Nellie E. and Stella
Warwick and Mrs. C. F. Lewi* of Modesto
a native of England, aged 71 years
FLORISTS
PARK FLORAL, 1487 Haight at.; phone Park
836. Cut Bowers, pl'ta, etc. R. Groves, prop.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
The branch hy orographic office at Seattle
Wash., reports to this ofnee by telegraph as
follows: Schooner Aloha waterlogged aban
dotted between Umatilla light and Platte-y
Saturday night. Dangerous to navigation
probably drifting on the Vancouver coast- Snol
bomish is searching for the derelict '
W. V. TOMB.
Lieutenant Commander, U. s N
._.. la tWi*.
PROTEST PROMPTS
RATE STATEMENT
Chamber of Commerce Shows
the Difference in Lumber
Tariffs in 3 States
Following the protest of the north
ern California lumber interests to the
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
against the action of the board of di
rectors in maintaining proceedings
before the state railroad commission
in the matter of obtaining reduced
rates out of San Francisco, the Cham
ber of Commerce has issued a state
ment of rate comparisons made by
its traffic bureau.
The northern California mills con
tend that the proceedings before the
commission were instituted so that
pine and spruce lumber from the
Washington and Oregon mills could
be brought to San Francisco bay and
then disposed of more favorable terms
than now exists in regard to the
California lumber.
The existing lumber rates out of
San Francisco, as shown in the Cham
ber of Commerce statement, follow:
Rate
_ , . Mile* per ton
Weed to Mnrysvllle 207 6 $3 10
San Francisco to MaryavlUe.. .123.0 350
Weed to Redding 90.2 1.25
San Francisco to Woodland... 2!oO
Seattle to Spokane 339.0 4.00
San Francisco to Bakersfleld.. .30L5 6]63
Weed to Woodland 238.1 8 10
San Franciaco to Visalia 235.5 4.60
Christmas Holiday if
Mrs. Wilson Says So
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9.—Just where
President Wilson will spend his
Christmas vacation, should he permit
himself one, will be left to the "Main
House," as he expresses it. The presi
dent is understood to mean that Mrs.
Wilson and the Misses Wilson will
make the selection. It is said Mr.
Wilson is not adverse to congress
taking a recess over the holidays.
CLUFF ESTATE $135,384
William B. Cluff died worth $135,
--884.21, according to an inventory and
appraisement filed ln Oakland yester
day. He was a San Francisco mer
chant and his estate consists princi
pally of real estate.
CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL
The Christmas tree festival of the
Marie Kip orphanage and Alfred Nut
tail Nelson Memorial home will be
hfld at 2 p. m. December 29.
Hale's for Toys
Market at Fifth
RAILWAY TRAVEL
THE SCENIC ROUTE TO THE EAST
Throirh the Graad Ciioi of the faUitr Riiir tfj th« Royal Ogg, Qraad Ciion of thi irkatni
PASSENGERS ARRIVE AND DEPART "
leave UNION FERRY DEPOT, FOOT OF MARKET STREET NBfcVS
_ f Stockton, Sacramanlo, Marysviiia, Oroville, Portola, 1
8:iO a.m. Doyle, Winnemucca, Elko, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, 8:30 a.m.
— < Grand Junction, Glenwood Spring*, Pueblo, Colorado (
7:30 p.m. Springs, Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha, I 6:30 p.m.
I Chicago and tha East J
I Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Nils*. Idylweod,
4:10 p.m. \ Ploaaanton, Livermore, Altamont, Carbons, Lathrop and > 10:20 a.m.
{ Stockton J
Electric Lighted Pullman Observation Sleeper on Train Leaving San Francisco 9:10 a.m.
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars to above destinations In connection with:
BURLINGTON MISSOURI PACIFIC ROCK ISLAND
T(OeS Market St., Palace Hotel —Western Pacific, Denver A Bio Grande, Mis
souri Pacific and Bt. Louis. Iron Mountain A Southern Pbone Sutter 1661
086 Market St.—Burlington Route Phone Kearny 3668
681 Market St.. Hearst BUXg. —Bock Island Lines Phone Sutter 817
Onion Perry Depot Phone Kearny 4980
1836 Broadway, Oakland Phona Oakland 133
OCEAN TRAVEL
JJS Portland
fig S. S. BEAR
4axtMoF THURSDAY, DEC. 11.
filffij Los Angeles
xSSm. S. S. Rose City
II A. M., FRIDAY,
Oakland. 1228 Broadway
SYDNEY
19 Days Hasr"
■ w aw «aw SOUTH SEAS
Weather Fine—Shortest Line—Quickest Time.
Splendid steamers (10,000 tons displacement)
of Sydney Short Line, sailing Dec. 16, 30, Jan.
13, and every two weeks for Honolulu, and
Dec. 16, Jan. 13. etc., for Sydney.
$110 HONOLULU ?,°r,t d cL r .. SYDNEY $300
Sydney Round Trip Second Class *200.
Various tours. Including Java, China, Japan
and Round the World. Send for folder.
OCEANICS.S. CO., 67S Market St.Ban Francisoa
LONDON—PARIS—ROTTERDAM
•Ryndam Dec. 23 'Potsdam Jan. 6
tßotterdam ..Dec. 30; IN. Amsterdam.Jan. 90
*Vi.-i Boulogne, tPlFxn°atll and Boulogne.
PACIFIC COAST OFFICE. 319 Geary St.
Newspaper of 1773
Contains "Ad" by
George Washington
Father of His Country Wanted to
Lease 20,000 Acres of Land;
Negro Girl for Sale
By Associated Press.
JOHNETTA, Pa., Dec. 9.—ln search
ing among old books and newspapers
which had come into his possession,
L. E. Alien of this place yesterday
found a copy of the first edition of
the Maryland Journal and Baltimore
Advertiser, dated August 26, 1773.
The paper, yellow with age, contains
an advertisement inserted by George
Washington. The advertisement says
George Washington has obtained pat
ents to 20,000 acres of land along the
Ohio and Kanawha rivers, and he of
fers to lease the land at "reasonable
rates." Thomas Brereton, a broker,
advertises that he wishes to purchase
a "negro girl about 12 years old."
I WEATHER REPORT I
SPECIAL CALIFORNIA REPORTS
SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, DEO. 9
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74 34
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72 40
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FORECAST TILL 5 P M.. PACIFIC TIME.
WEDNESDAY
For San Francisco. Oakland and vicinity—
Fair tcmigbt and Wednesday; heavy frost
Wednesday morning: light northeast wind.
For California, north of the Tehachapl—Fair
tonight and Wednesday; heavy frost Wednes
day morning- light northeast wind.
For California, south of the Tehachapl—Fair
tonight and Wednesday: heavy frost Wednes
day morning: light northeast wind.
For Nevada—Fair tonight and Wednesday;
warmer tonight.
For Sacramento valley—Fair tonight and
Wednesday; heavy frost Wednesday morning;
light north wind.
For Santa Clara valley—Fair tonight and
Wednesday; heavy frost Wednesday morning;
light north wind.
For San Joaquin valley—Fair tonight and
Wednesday; heavy frost Wednesday morning;
light north wind.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
An area of high pressure overlies the entire
country, with two maxima—one over the Mis
sissippi valley and tbe other over the central
Rocky mountain region. These conditions are
causing fair and cold weather in all districts,
except southern California. Heavy frost is re
ported from northern California, but as fog
formed In the interior during the latter part of
the night, the damage, if any. wv slight.
Freezing weather extends as far south as
Jacksonville, and temperatures below zero are
reported from Wyoming. Conditions are favor
able for fair weather In this district tonight
and Wednesday, with heavy frost in California
Wednesday morning.
G. H. WILLSON. Local Forecaster.
APPEAL IS DENIED
OLYMPIA, Wash., Dec. 9. —The su
preme court has denied the appeal in
the case of Mrs. Linda Hazzard, the
"starvation doctor" convicted of man
slaughter in connection with the
death of Miss Claire Williams.
Fast Electric
Trains for
Sacramento, \Es
Pittsburg nnd Kant of Bay Point
Baseaare Carried on All Trains.
Leave Key Route Ferry Daily
700 A. M., •8.00 A. M.. 10:40 A. M., 12:20
P. M.. 3:00 P. M., 4:40 P. M.. 7:40 P. M.
•The 9:00 A. M. has parlor obserTation bar
Cooriecta for Pittsburg—Stops Solano City. 4:40
P M. train runs through to Marysville, Colusa,
Oroville and Chico. Sacramento first atop.
For Concord. Bay Point and way statloas
leave dally 7:40 A. M.. 11:20 A. M., 1:40 P. M
4 P. M., B:15 P. M.. 7:40 P. M.
An additional train for Concord and way sta
tions leaves 6:00 P. M. 5:10 P. M. train runs
dally except Sunday through to Pittsburg.
Oakland, Antioch & Eastern Railway
Key Route Ferry. Phone Sutter 2339.
Call Franklin 750. Red Line Transfer Co., or
Oakland 4447. People's Express Co. and railroad
ticket* will be delivered when baggage is called
for at hotel or residence.
OCEAN TRAVEL
PACIFIC MAIL
lIONOI.I I.r—JAPAN—CHINA
PHILIPPINES
8. 8. MONGOLIA (27.000 tons)
Sails Thursday, December 18
8. 8. PERSIA (9,000 tons) calls at
Manila Sails Tuesday. December 30
Cuisine under personal supervision of Mr.
V. Moroni, one of the World's most famous
caterers.
New Feature Tonrs and Trip Dept.
MEXICO—CENTRAL AMERICA—
PANAMA—NEW YORK—SOUTH
AMERICA—EUROPE
8. 8. CITY OF SYDNEY (calls at
Manzanlllo) .Sails Saturday, December 13
PANAMA DIRECT
S. 8. AZTEC (freight). .Sails December 15
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
384 Flood Building, Saa Franciaco
Phone Kearny 3620.
For Folders, Tickets, apply
Pitcific Navigation Co, 680 Market St, S. F.
HONOLULU
S. 8. WILHELMINA, Dec. 17; S. S. lIONO
1.1 LAN. Dec. 23; S. S. LURUNE. Jan. H.
Ness etaagecra, 18,000 tons, u-ave pier So. 2*.
Round trip. $110 au«i up. Direct a* rvice to
i the volcano. MATSON NAVIUATION COM
1 PAN 1", 2ua Max kit eU
JOHNSON'S RIGHT
TO RUN UPHELD
Chester Rowell Says Governor
Has Legal and Moral Right
to Be Senate Candidate
By Associated Press.
FRESNO, Dec. 9.—The Fresno Re
publican, edited by Chester H. Rowell,
whose name has been mentioned as a
candidate for United States senator,
will declare editorially today that
Governor Johnson has both the legal
and the moral right to run for the
United States senate, in spite of the
inhibition of the state constitution.
Editor Rowell. who is the author of
the digest of congressional election
law, has made a special study of the
precedents. "The cases," he will say
editorially, "are uniform that the in
hibition of the state constitution is
null and void. There is no legal ob
stacle to Governor Johnson's candi
dacy, and the moral objection ceased
to exist when the election of senators
was transferred from the legislature
to the people."
N AND AFTER NOVEMBER 23, 1913. TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE OU6 TO ARMVE AT SAN FRANCISCO
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
2.18* Niles, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
. Stockton, Lodi. Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Roseville, Auburn, Col
fax 10.4 Op
2.15 a Sacramento, Marysville, Biggs, Chico 10.4 Op
6.40* Richmond, Port Costa, Martinex,
Antioch, Byron Hot Spring*, Traey,
Patterson. Newman, Los Banos,
Ingle, Kerman, Fresno 11.20 a
840* Vallejo, Mara Island i
840 a San Leandro, Hayward, Nilea, San/ 2.100
Joae I 6-lOp
7.00 a Richmond, Port Costa, B anieia, Sui-f S.3op
sun, Dixon, Sacramento I i O.OOp
7.00 a Elmira, Vaeaville, Winter* {
740* RoseviHe, Marysville (Oroville), Red
ding, Dunstnuir 6.30p
740* Davis, Woodland, Williams, Maxwell,
Willows, Corning. Red Bluff 840b
7.20 a The Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo
Junction, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
sun, Dixon, Sacramento 640 d
7.20* Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi,
Bacramento 740p
7.20 a Tracy,Patterson, Newman, Losßanoa,
Ingle, Kerman, Fr esno 440p
B.ooa Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
Santo Rosa, Crock ett. Port Costa.. 6.< Op
B.ooa Avon, Walnut Creek. San Ramon ... 6.1 Op
B.ooa Newark. West San Jose, Los Gatos,
Wright, Felton (B en Lomond, Bout
dee Creek), Santo Crux 6.50p
840* Richmond, Port Costa, Martinex.
Byron Hot Springs, Tracy (Stockton),
Merced, Berenda, Madera, Fresno.
Fowler, Seima, Tray er, Goshen Junc
tion, (Hanford, Armona, Rosai-
Visalia), Tulare, Bakersfieid 4.30p
840 a Sanger Lindsay. P orterville, Ducor.. 740p
8.40 a Yosemite Valley via Merced 4.30p
B.OOa Irvington, San Jose 8.30*
B.ooa Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock
ton. ('Milton), V alley Spring, lone,
Bacrameoto - £-30p
B.oo* Tuolumne, Sonora, J ameatown. Angels 2.60p
B.OOa Vallejo, Port Costs, Benicia, Suisun,
Davis, Sacramento 1040p
B.ooa Goldfield Pass —Colfax, Truckee,
Haxen, Wabuska (Yerrington. Hud
eon), Mina, Tonopah, Goldfield,
Laws, Keeler B.lo*
B.OOa Battle Mountain, Cobre, Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas Cttj I4op
9.40 a Richmond, San Pablo. Pinole. Vallejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Coeto. Mar-1 440p
tines, Avon, Concord / 840p
10.20 a "Pacific Limited"—Ogden, Cheyenne,
Omaha. Chicago—Salt Lake City,
Denver 8,50 a
10.20 a Colfax, Truckee, Reno, Hasen, Love
lock, Winnemueea, Battle Mountain,
Palisade, Elko. Wells, Cobre 8.60 a
1040 a Stockton, via Martinex • J 2 / 50 ' 0
10.40 a Vallejo. Mare Inland. Nap* {
1040 a Los Angeles Passenger —Richmond,
Port Costa, Martinet, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, Stockton, Merced,
Madera. Fresno (Hanford, Coalinga
Visalia), Bakersfieid, Los Angeles.. 7.30p
1040* El Paso, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chi
cago l2_BOp
11.20 a Shuts Limited De Luxe—Portland.
Tacoma, Seattlo 8.50p
12.00 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia. Sui
sun, Fairfield, Dixon, Sacramento.. 440p
12.00n Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff 440p
I.OOp Portland Express—Richmond, Davis,
Willows, Corning. Red Bluff, Orland,
(Hamilton), Weed. Ashland, Rose
burg, Portland, Taooma, Seattle. .. 740*
140* Newark. Alviso, Agnew, Santo Clara,
(Saa Jose), West San Jose, Los
Oatos. Glenwood, Felton, (Boulder
Creek), Santa Crux, Wataonviile IO.OOp
I.OOp San Leandro, Niles. Cc nterville. New-' 7.30 a
ark (Redwood), San Jose \ 7.80p
1.20p Niles, Irvington, San Jose 4.30p
2.00p Elmira, Vaeaville. Winters Io.oop
2.00p Sacramento Limited—Port Costa,
Benicia. Sacramento 2.1 Op
2.40p San Leandro, Niles, San Jose 840 a
3.00p Richmond, Benicia, Suisun, Sacra
mento—Woodland, Tudor, Yuba
City. Marysville 11.10 a
S.OOp Elmira. Vaeaville, Winters, Ramsey.. 11.10*
3.20p Richmond, Port Costo, Martinet,
Byron Hot Springs, Modesto, Mer
ced, Madera, Fr esno 1040p
4.00p Overland Limited De Luxe—Denver,
Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
Chicagd 840 a
4 OOp Niles. Livermore, Tracy, Stockton ... 10.10 a
4.00p Port Costo, Martinex, Concord, Wal
nut Creak, San Ra mon. Livermore.. B.loa
4.00p Vallejo, Napa, St. Helena, Calistoga,
Glen Ellen, Santo Rosa 10.10 a
4.40p Tracy, Patterson, N ewman, Los Banoa,
Kerman, Fresno Io4op
440p Valley Flyer—Port Costa, Byron Hot
Springs. Tracy, Modesto, Merced,
Isfadera, Fresno, Goshen Junction,
(Visalia), Tulare, Bakersfieid, Mo
jave, Loa Angelas 12.50 a
4.40p San Leandro, Niles, San Jose 8.1 Op
5,00p San Francisoo Limited— Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago 7.60p
O.OOp Port Costo, Benicia, Suisun, Davis,
Sacramento, Colfax, Truckee, Reno,
Hazsn. Lovelock, Winnemueea,
Elko, Ogden 7.50p
B.oop Richmond, (Vallejo), Port Costo,
Benicia, Saoramen to, Roseville, Lin
cola, Wheatland, Marysville (Oro
ville), Gridley, B \Jgs, Chico II 40a
B.OOp Davis. Arbuck'e, Williams. Willows,
Orland, Corning, Tehama IOAOp
B.OOp Tracy,Stockton . '2-2?
B.OOp Sunol, Pleasauton, Livermore 8.30 a
B.OOp Niles, Irvington, San Jose. 748*
B.OOp Newark. West San Jose, Los Gatos... lO.lOa
8.20 a San Leandro, Lorenzo, Hayward,
Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy 10.10 a
8.40* (Sunday only)— Richmond. (Vallejo).
Port Costa, Martinet, Concord, Wal
nut Creek, Pleasanton. Nilea, Oak
land ii--- *Io4op
840* Owl Limited—Port Costa, Tracy.
Freanp, Los Angel ea... B.loa
840p Hayward, Nilea and San Joae 7.30p
840p Eastern Express-Ogden, Pueblo, Den
ver, Kansas City, St Louis. Chicago I4op
8.40p Richmond, Port Costo, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, Stockton, Sacra
mento, Colfax, Truckee, Reno,
Fernley, (Wads worth, Sunanville),
Haien. (Fallon), Elko, Ogden I4op
840p Oregon Express — Richmond. Sacra
mento, Roseville, Marysville. Red
ding, (Klamath Falls). Ashland,
Portland, Taooma, Seattle, Spokane 1.1 Op
B.oop Mt Eden, Alvarado, Newark, Santo
Clara. San Jcee 44 Op
840* Bakersfieid, McKittrick, Haxelton,
Monarch, Moron, Fellow .Shale 7.50 a
840* Richmond, Port Coeto, Tracy. Mo
desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
Hanford .Tulare 7.80 a
840p Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
Coalinga 7.60 a
840p Visalia, Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville,
Terra Bella. Ducor 7.50*
" OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY,
MOIOKCi-CLES and TE
itJWLtb. From San Francisco. South End
£ tn J B ul ldin- for Broadway Wharf
Oakland—From 6:00 a. m.. dally, and everr
ttalf hour until 8:00 p. m .. inclusive, then
J»:80 p. m.. »\O.OO p. to.. *10:3© p. m.,
•11:13 p. m.. »12:00 mdn.. »1:00 a. m
From Broadway Wharf, Oakland, for Saa
Franciaco—From 6:15 a. m.. daily. and
every half bour until 8.43 p. m.. ioclustve
then t»:15 p. m.. '9:43 p. in., J10:15 p. m.'
•10:43 p. m.. '12:00 p. tn.. IC:4.S a. ro. "
* tor Morning. 'Dally. p for Afteriiooo
TSunday excepted. {Sundays ouljr.
ISojttU/* aad Mondavi ottU, >
Grizzled Fan Picks
Out Umpire Rigler
As the Only Anson
NEW YORK. Dec. 9.—Charles Rlg
ler. the National league umpire, at
tended the performance at Proctor's
Fifth avenue theater to see the base
ball celebrities, Captain Anson. Char
ley Doom and Rube Marquard, do their
acts today. As Rigler stepped out Into
Broadway an old fellow hailed him.
"Hello, Anse," he said to Rigler. "I
ain't seen you since you played first
base for the Chicago*. But you ain't
changed a bit since then and you're a
swell actor. I applauded as loud as
any one."
Rigler shook hands with the stranger
and refused an invitation to have a
"ball," but he was kind enough not to
spoil the old man's pleasure by telling
him that he was not Anson, who
greatly resembles him in facial ex
pression.
WEATHER FORECAST
For San Francisco —Fair tonight
and Wednesday: heavy frost Wedneaw
day morning; light northeast wind.
Hale'sforToys
Market at Fifth
VIA COAST L4INB
Lean (Third and Townaend Btreete) Arrive;
(Subject to change without notice)
t tVOOa Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries. Baden, San Bruno t 648s
840* South San 1 ranciaco, San Jose, Mor
ganhiil, Gilroy (Hollister, Tres Pinos),
Sargent, W atsonville, Aptos. Capi
tols, Santa Crus 840p
6.30 a Los Altos, M cnta Vista, Loa Gatoa... t 8.40 a
t 7.06 a Burlingame, Redwood City, Mayfield,
San Joae 7.20 a
B.oom Shore Line Limited—-Paao Roblea Hot
Springs, Sa eta Barbara, Los Angeles 9.60 a
8.05 a Coaster—San Jose. Morganhiil. Gil
roy, Salinas, Soledad, King City,
Paso Roblea Bot Springs, San Luia
Obiapo, Surf (Lompoc), Santo Bar-/ 9.10*
bars, Ventura, Oxnard, Los Angclea| 10.30*
8.05 a Wataonviile, Santo Crus—Del Monte,
Monterey Pacific Grove 10.30*
B.loa Mayfield, Los Altcs, Loa Gatoa,
Wright, Glenwood (Boulder Creek),
Santa Crux, W atsonville, Castroville,
Del Monte, M onterey. Pacific Grove B.OBp
B.ooa San Jose, M organhill. Gilroy, Sargent,
Salinas, Soledad, San Miguel, Paso
Robiee Ho t Springs, San Luia Obispo 4.00p
9.00 a HoUister, Tret Knot—Wataonviile,
Santo Crui—Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove 440*
10.40 a South San Francisco, Burlingame, San
Mateo, Redwood City, Palo Alto,
Mayfield, Loa Altoa, Lot Gatoa 1.25*
11.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno I.BBp
11.40 a South San Franciaco, San Jose t 840*
1.20p San Mateo, Redwood. Mayfield. Santo
-Clara, West San Joae, Lot Gatoa,
Glenwood, Felton (Boulder Creek),
Santo Crus , Aptos, Wataonviile 11 AO*
I. 20p (Saturdays only)— Los Altos, Monta
Vista, Los Gates 346*
2.00p Del Monte Express— San Jose, Mor
ganhiil, Gilroy Sargent, Wataonviile,
Santa Crux, Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove (Salinas) 1240)
f 2.1 Op South S an Francisco, Redwood, Santo
Clara, San Jose 7 JO*
3.00p South S an Francisco, San Mateo, Red
wood City, San Jose, Morganhiil,
Gilroy, (HoUister, Tres Pinoe), Wat
aonviile , Santo Crus 10.(0*
3.26p Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
Paio Alto, Mayfield, Los Altoa, Los
Gatoa 6.30 a W
4.10 a (Daily except Sunday)—Mayfield, Lo* w
Altos. Los Gatne, Laurel, Glenwood,
Felton (Bo ulder Creek), Santo Crus,
Aptos. Wataonviile t 9.80*
4.20b South San F raocisco, San Joae t 745»
B.OOp Sunset Limited—Los Angeles, El Paao.
San Antonio, Houston, New Orlesna
and East I.lo*
5.00p Washington Sunset Route—Wash
ington. D. C, New York and East .. I.lo*
B.OOp Golden State Limited—Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago via Tucson and
El Paao 9.I0»
t 6.05* Burliagams, San Matoo. Redwood,
Palo Alto. Mayfield, Santo Clara/ 746*
San Jose \ I I.BBp
t 5.20p Redwood, Atherton. Menlo Park Palo
Alto, M ay held, Mountain View, bun
nyvaJe, San Jose t 8.20*
t 6.20* Los Altoa Monto Vista, Los Gates... 7.20*
6.28p Easton, San Mateo, Belmont, Red
wood City 7.488
t 5.30* Loop— Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townaend t 6.409
S.4op San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara. San Joae.... 8.40 a
t 6.40p Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatoa I 9.40 a
t B.OOp MMbrae, San Mateo, Redwood City,
Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatoa... t B.ooa
f 8.06s 23d Street, Viaitocion. South San
Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.189
8.30p South San Franciaco. San Josa t B.oo*
B.oop The Lark—Santo Barbara, Lea An
geles 8.48*
8.1 Op San Jose and Way Stations 6.60 a
IO.OOp Sunset Express—Tucson, Betning, EI
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
cago I.lo*
Io.oop Salinas, Paso Roblea Hot Springs,
San Luis Obispo, Santo Barbara,
Ventura and Los Angelas 9.10*
10.08* South San Francisco, San Jos* 8.40*
11. 45p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San 746*
Josa 3.26*
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—ELECTRIC SERVICE
Via Oakland Pier
Te Oakland, 18th St.. aad Berkeley, via Shattuck Aye.
and Ellsworth St Lines.—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., and
every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive; than
9.00,9.40.10.20,11.00,11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1 JO a. to.
Additional boats Saturdays and Sundays only, 8.40
p. m., 8.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 p. xn.
Ta Berkalay via California Street or Albany via Ninth
Street Lines.—Daily—From f.OO a. m.. f8.20, •6.40,
t7.00a. m., and every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m ,
inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.00, 1140 p. m,
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and i
Sundaya only, 8.40 p. &.. 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m.
Ta Oakland, Wathlnoton-Broadway, East Oakland,
Fruttvale and Mslrose, via Seventh St.—Daily—From
6.00 a. m., then 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 Saturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p. m.
Ta Haveaeeourt.—Daily—From 6.00 a. to. and every
twenty minutes until 7.40 p. m., inclusive; then 8.20,
9.00, 11.40 p. m. Saturdays and Sundaya only 9.40.
10.00, 10.40 11.20 p. m.
To Dutton Ava.—Daily—6.oo a. m., 6.20, 6.40.7.00,7.20,
7.40, 8.00, 8.40. 0.20, 10.00, 10.40. 11.20 a. m , 12.00
! p. m., 12.40, 1.20. 3.00, 2.40. 3.20, 4.00, 4.20. 4.40,
6.00, 5.20, 5.40. 6.00, 620, 6.40, 7.40, 8.20. 9.00.
Horseshoe to Oakland, Washington-Broadway, Frultvale,
Alameda, North Side.—Daily—From 8.00 a. m., t6.20,
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, 8.00, 8.40, 9.40 a. m.; then 4.00
p. m.. 4.20, 4.40. 5.00, 5.20, 6.40. 6.00, 6.20, 6.40, 7.00
and 7.40 p. m.
To Alameda, Park St. via 7th St., Oakland—Daily—From
9.00 a. m., 9.20. 9.40, 10.20, 11.00, 11.40 a. m , 12.20
p. m.. 1.00, 1.40, 2 20, 2.40,3.20, 7.20, 8.00, 8.20, 9.00,
9.40,1020 and 11.00 p. m.
To Stonehurtt (Steam Sarvlea)—l«-00. f8.40. *T2O
19.00, 110.00 a. m., {1.20 p. m., {2.00. t&JOO, 13-20
•4.00. »5.00. *5.40 and 16.20 p. to.
Vl* Alameda Pier
To Oakland, 14th and Franklin Sts.—
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past th*
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then BJO, 9.15. 10.00, 10.45,
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
To Alameda. North and South Side—
6.15, 6.45 a. m., and then 15 and 45 minutes past the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45,
11.30 p. m., 12.15 aad 1.00 a. m.
NETHERLANDS ROUTE
From Pacific Street Wharf, Pier No. 7
This touts offers exceptional opportunity for Auto
mobilists to reach all points on the Sacramento River,
ColUnsville, Emmaton, Rio Vista, laleton. Ryde. Walnut
Grove, Yorden, Courtland, Clarksburg, Sacramento.
Steamer Navajo leaves San Francisco BJO a. m.. daily
except Sunday, arriving Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Stopping
at all points en route. Leaves Sacramento 9.00 p. m.
daily except Sunday, arriving San Francisco 7.00 a. m.
No stops en route.
I Steamer Modoc or Apache, leaves San Franciaco 13
noon daily except Sunday. Leaves Sacramento 1000
a. m. daily except Sunday; stopping both ways at all
points en route. Arriving time San Francisco and
Sacramento indefinite, account fruit season.
ONION TRANSFER COMPANY. 1 "
Agents collect baggage and ehetks oa trains or boar* af
Southern PaclHc Company and deliver batmaaa to
dance. Thay are authorized to check ba*saaa
front raaWaoea, —aawa* swat*

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