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Low Bound-Trip Rates West-Bound
for Bomeseakers.
On« limited faro, plus 12. from Ihe PJnst
to California and return, vln Southnrn
Poe|n>. on homopoeker*' oxcur*lnnn. semi
monthly, this rummer. Rottthern Pacific
agents will be plad to furnish free Cali
fornia literature! for Eh stern friends and
accept deposit* for tlrkoln. Short line
from all the principal Kantern cities.
Tourist excursions personally conducted.
Call on nearest agent Southern Pacific.
Well-Known People Married.
Dr. Gustavusi W. Dorn, a well-known
physician of this city, was married to
Mr*. Badlo McConkey, also of* this city,
at Ban Rflfnol lnst Thursday by. Justice
of trw Peace Bnilrurle. Dr. Dorn was at
tended by his son, Oustave E. Dorn, and
Minn Millie McConkey acted ns brides
maid to her mother. • .
Architects' Supplies.
Architect* will profit by having their
blu* printH made by ua at 4 centa per
nquaro foot or by buying th#lr prepared
i»lim print paper from urn. our itock is
til way* frown and our pnper the best. 8nn
born, Vail & Co.. 7<1 Market at. . - ¦ ,-•
In thn receiving Instrument a *lx-c<M
dry battery operated thn decohering pnrt
»if the m»rhnnlBm und a two-cell battery
wrt* Ins'-rtfi with tho coherer and !h*>
relay. Onn terminal of th*» coherer wn»
ennnreted with tho vortical wire strung
tf» the pecnnO rod, which was Inserted In
a socket Ilk" th«« other. Th« meohnnlcnl
rotation nt the two cylinders nf the Hum
moll plrturo machine was effected by
moan* of a small electric, motor oporated
by connection with tho regular electric
lighting current of the building.
In the. Hummolt rrcojvor a revolving
cylinder similar to that In thn transmit
ter, nnd so adjusted as to rotate with It
synchronously. I* wound with u sheet of
thin blank pnper. In place of th« «'on
tact finger on tho tran*mlttor tho receiver
ha* a «t«-el tsfylu*. the. point of which
beam upon the revolving paper. Uy a
slmpio spring d*ylee tho point of contact
of tho Ktylus with tho cylinder In moved
along «n almost Infinitesimal dlntantni
with the completion of enoh rotation.
Wero It not for the circuit bHng broken
by tho shellac linos of tho plcturo. tho.re
foro tho stylus would, Inscribe on the re
ceiving cylinder a norlon of close p;iral!»l
hair lino* completely around the blink
paper. Hut the opening and cloning of tho
Circuit by tho shellac lines result In their
perfect reproduction by tho stylus of ihfl
receiver In a scries of dots and dashcu,
masts uiiod In wireless telegraphy ov*r
long distance*. Tiny, hair-like wires hung
from the top* of the brass rods. The. o»
cillator consisted of a pair of brew
nph<fr»s each about an Inch In diameter
«ml adjusted at a distance of about one.
thlrty-Mcmd of sn inch apart.
A dry batteiy of seven cells operated
a small Induction coll, causing nnarks to
pass between the two bras* sphernii of
the. oscillator. An in wireless telegraphy,
two groups of Instrument* were used, thu
trnn»>mlUlr:R and the receiving.
The Hummeil transmitting Instrument
contained a small revolving metallic cy
linder. On It* surface wa* clearly drawn,
with a *he|lac-ltk<s puh«tan<.'«, the picture
which wan to hn telegraph*!. As the
cylinder revolved, a metallic finger horo
lightly on the minting surface.
BhHlnc Ink or p:«lnt Is « non-conductor.
Th«- electric current wa« therefore broken
at awry point whero the rotating cyllmvr
• •rough! th» contact finger In touch with
any part 'if the *hc|lar> (racing. Thl* m
turn raused thu closing of th« Induction
•¦'ill circuit and a crackling spark leaped
brtwrcn the two brans upheren of thn cm-
Hllntor: n current wa* gonorntetl through
the hair-Ilk" wire nt the top of tho hri»*«
rod and lhr>ncr> pnnsed through Mpacr> In
thr. form <>f an elr-ctrlc or Hortxlan wavo.
Continued from Page Three.
HERTZIAH WAVES FLASH PICTURES
Another feature would be the announc
ing of the** storms and cyclones. TheM
cyclones come down from the north and
their npproarh and the storms from the
southeast could be heralded, fo as to be
of incalculable advantage to shipping.
The Call has been doing good work In this
respect nnd it certainly deserves the com
mendation of every citizen and business
man who knows how much Importance
Rttaches to the arrival and departure of
vessels from this port, especially now
that we have s»o extended a business with
all parts of the world, a business which
will increase as the years go by. more es
pecially when that business may be de
prived of dangern which up to the present
time have menaced it.
There should be a telegraph station es
tablished at Point Lobos and the Govern
ment should pay for It. There Is a sta
tion there now which is pro\"ided by the
enterprise cf the Merchants' Kxchanite.
At the last Congress, four days before th"
session came to a close, we were notified
that the weather reporter at that place
was obliged to vacate the building In
which he hnrt been welting and we man
aged to g^t an appropriation to build an
other building for him to occupy.
This system could signal the Immedi
ate approach of steamers and sailing ves
sels and glv«- information of the coming
of fogs and elomfnta! disturbances. The
fog rolls over the Faralloncs twenty-four
hours before It comes ashore and th«?
news of the arrival of a vessel under such
circumstances would suggest to lnt«res'.
*d people here what course they should
take.
fog to her anchorage resulted fatally, as
we all knew.
Anto'nlo Stnnegna found a stick of giant
powder In the tool house at Olen Park
yesterday and a short time afterward he
"was sent to the Kmortjoncy Hospital to
have a badly lacerated thumb and foro
finger amputated. He was unable to ex
plain how he had caused the powder to
explode. ¦
Antonio Fooled With Explosives.
Continued From Page Three.
Breaking of the Controversy.
The storm that has centered around
Judge Humphreys grew out of contempt
proceedings against Walter G. Smith, edi
tor of the Advertiser, for features of hi*
testimony before the Grand Jury In the In
vestigation of bribery charges in relation
to the recent session of the Hawaiian
Legislature. When Smith's caee was
called his attorneys, W. A. Klnnov. Syd
ney M. Ballon and A. S. Hartwell, pre
sented an affidavit by Smith to convince
the cturt that It was disqualified to try
CALL'S ADVOCACY IS INDORSED
fight. The Dole element maintains a paid
lobbyist at Washington the year round
and he Is reinforced during session? of
Congress.
"I do not think the effort to disfranchise
a large body of peaceful, law-abiding and
fairly intelligent people will meet with any
degree of success or favor."
Again lh« electrical waves dM their
work well and reproduced the portrait n*
rerHve.1 through the thick wall.
Other «*prTlnn«ntn conducted at th* time,
nhnwed the rnsft with which electric enrn
rnuM h« operand without rnnntctlna
wlr**: Incandescent lamps lighted. C ar
? rldB-oi fired, clocks wound by mpano of
thr wireless npparntufl.
IT the powder rnagaxlna of n battleship
oan b* considered «« bHna- a glgnntln ro
hsrrr. It might be possible, to nor.ure n suf
ficiently powerful alectrlcnl wave, to funo
the dearth' enploMveK. WHh such n din.
rnvrrv will com* the realisation of th«
era when the sword shall hn beaten Into a
plowshare.
Then a mor« Mver* tost was mudo. The
transmitting apparatus was carried hod
lly Into an adjoining hut not a comunlcat
ln«r room and the receiving apparatus wn*
left In lt« original position. A dlHtance of
about fifteen f*»ot now separated the tips
of the. two vnrtlo.il rods, and an eight-inch
wall, solidly built of partition brick «nd
plaster. Intervened between thpm Th«
transmuting apparatus was no longer vis-
Ihl* to tho»« watchltiff the receiver. Tho
electrical waven must force the.lr way
through the Intervening wall or Hue not
reach tho receiver at all. They dirt It as
easily it* the Roentgen rays pierce a fab
ric, of human flesh and muscle.
Down CAme the stylus on th« paper
wrapped about th« rotating cylinder of
the receiver. Then, keeping time to the
tick-tack, hammcrllkft blown'of tho dreo
herer. the little stylus ros« and fell like
a thing of life and Intelligence. Mr. Ash
brldge's features began to appear neatly
outlined on the. cylinder. I*, was all done
In thirteen minutes.
The first experiment was conducted In a
room with the Instrument:* six feet apart
but unconnected. A profile portrait of
Mayor Anhbrldge of Philadelphia wan se
lected and bent around tho cylinder
f?l<nrk.» flashed from the oscillator. Elec
trical energy shot up to thft tip of. the
bass rod, leaped ncroK* in electrical waves
to the tip of Ita fellow and thence down
ward to the coherer. The tlttlo metal fil
ings welded nnd fell apart In their work
This allowed the current from the two
cell battery to pass through the relav
which. In turn, closed tho circuit of the
«lx-cell battery through the magnet gov
erning tho Rteel stylus.
For the sake of the layman, as the co
herer play? so important a part In wire
less tfiegraphy, It merits a brief explana
tion. It la a slender gla«s tube, stopped at
either *nd by metallic plug* and with a
small open space between them. This
space Ik filled with nickel filings, which
normally form a medium of very high re
sistance, because- they Mo to loosely to
gether Sn tho glass tube as to represent
a series of imperfect contacts, and "conse
quently are practically a non-conductor
of electricity.
But convey into that little tub- elec
trical energy of the right Intensity and
you generate sufficient heat to momentar
ily weld the filing*, eo that they cohcro at
their points of contact, and for tho tlmo
become a good electrical conductor of low
resistance. The current pusse* through
them instantly, completing the circuit.
Thf? next Instant n hamm?r!lke blow
struck automatically upon the outer sur
face of tho »la*s tube by the decoherer
again r#-ducc« the- Mings to their normal
slate of histh resistance, until the oscil
lator, flashing another spark from ihe dl«
tnnt transmitter, imparts Its energy to the
vertical wlrn of tho receiver, thence to the
coherer, nnd again welds tho filings into
« coherent e.lecirlcal conductor.
which arc made more distinct by Inserting
o carbon sheet under the thin p.i;»vr
wound nbout the rf-celvins cylinder.
the case. Smith accused Judge Hum
phreys. In his affidavit, of personal ani
mosity due to Smith's refusal to take
charge of the newspaper of which Judge
j Humphreys Is a stockholder. Judge Hum
phreys stopped the reading of tho affidavit
I and sentenced each of the three attorneys
I to thirty days* Imprisonment for contempt.
J Three hours later Acting Governor
(Cooper pardoned the three lawyers. Much
i excitement ensued, and the Honolulu Rar
j Association has prepared charges against
Judge Humphreys, asking his removal
I from o.fllce. The Judpe asserts that he Is
i here for rent and recreation solely, and
that his visit hap no connection with the
.alleged charges against him and effort to
[secure his' removal. He says he has no
i knowledge of such attack, and has studl-
I ously avoided Information ns to his op
ponents" actions, being content to let the
I records of his court stand as his defense.
Noted Author and Physician Passen
ger on China — la Making Trip
Around World.
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, the eminent nov
elist and physician, the author of "Hugh
Wynne. Quaker." arrived yesterday on the.
steamer China from a trip around the
world He was accompanied by his wife
and daughter nnd Mr. and Mrs. P. Schuy
ler of New Hampshire.
Dr Mitchell and his party left Phila
delphia March 16, 1900. -nnd after a tour of
the Continent continued . eastward
through Egypt and India and to the Ori
ent. The longest visit was made In
Japan, as the famous author whs much
charmed with that Httlo country. After
a short visit In San Kranclnco the party
will Journey homeward by the Canadian
Pacific.
DR. S. WEIR MITCHELL /
ARBIVES FROM ORIENT
"The Dole faction hoped to perpetuate
urxier the Territory the conditions which
*»xfpted during the Republic, and their ln
¦toUirjr to do so has led to the friction
v.-hich exists between the executive
branch. In which the faction is supreme.
*»n th* one hand, and the legislative and
Judicial branches on the oth»>r. Th«*y have
rr>E*1e war ur>^n the Legislature and the
Judiciary simply because they cannot con
trol them, and they seek to compass the
ruin of any man who stands opposed to
tbelr ideas of civic duty.
If the fuhi*»cts of controversy were put
la v<->re S».' per cent of the people would
liohold the I>egislature and the Judiciary.
The or.!v way that the men who were rep
refcfnt' l d. sn and by the Dole government
can regain their lost prestige and power
!.<¦ by having a property qualification
r'.arf^d bv Congress upon the right to suf
frage, which would eliminate a very large
native Hawaiian and white vote as well.
To this end rhargp? of corruption and In
o<-.trpotency ar*- being made by {he execu
t^'-^ r.jraln«t th<» other branches of the
giV^rrment. These charges are being
pent broadcast over the countrv, and are
f - * en^d to erente a purclv artificial scnt!
isent againft the native Hawalians.
"Ar, effort was madp at the time the
"Territory nf Hawnii vw-as cr«>at»*<1 by the
Cor.preyp to have a property lunHfl
•v • m pla^M jpon suffrage In Hawaii, but
«• 'fftr>4 Th*> e^Tn" »l«»r*»ent!« oortir.ue the
How Factions Are Aligned.
JCDCE A. J* HUMPHREYS «>t the
fnitod BtatM Circuit Court for the
Territory of Hawaii was a passen-
B«M" oa the Btest&er Ohlna. which
arrived late Saturday n!cht. He
ta row «t th«* Palace Hotel with his
v!f«» and cht'd and will spend ten days In
San Kram-tseo, and tin- remainder of a
vacation thai may ext«nd to rixty days
lit Mont«r«*ry and pumtttdy l.-ikr ThIiw.
The JudK*' will not »r<> to Washlni^on to
K 4 .at«.» ht> sld«> of the controversy that has
torn the territory Into (actions. He de
r.le«« that tho Honolulu bar is lined up to
Bocurg Ms removal, ktthoush he admits
thr.t thf mon whom ho spntonc«l to thirty
d»>>* imprisonment arc popular and
v»>rthy attorneys. He decline* to discuss
hl« Judicial decMon* or ntiy friction that
has mmlted from them.
"I have no Intention of visiting Wash
lnKt.»n." Judge Humphreys <a\d yesterday.
"1 h-v«> »•» business of any character with
unv of the deitarttnetits. Motto in their
J;ir>- som«:tmcs take a man out of Jail
find deal with lilm summarily without
benefit *>f rlergy« but a Judicial officer who
Js r.ot peculiarly sensitive will not rush
to WashlnKtnn with an explanation of his
conduct becauite a few citizens, however
worthy au.l well mcanlnp, arc dissatisfied
with his derisions."
Condemns "Dole Oligarchy.*'
While refusing t<» explain or defend his
commitment for contempt of court of
three highly respected lawyers. Jurtce
Humphreys does not hesitate to express
lsis «>;»inlon of (.overnor I>ole and his fac
tion. H*> is a particular thorn in the «lde
of the Gorernor'a clique, and he si>eaks
his rr.lr.i! nbout the "ollsrarchy" with a blt
ir.g emphasis and clean-cut, stralght
from-th»»-?houldcr manner characteristic
cif his Southern blood. He is a small man
of wiry ligure and well chiseled features.
Who avidently knows his own mind and
mill hare his say without fear of man or
devtl. He is a. Mississippian. but has Hx-ed
in Honolulu rive year? and is very caretul
t.» call himself a Hawaiian. It has been
1*-q years since he was in San Francisco.
* What Is the popular feeling toward
thf Territorial Government?" was asked
of him.
*'it 1p one of Reneral satisfaction." re
t>H<»d Judcf Humphreys, "that the repub
lic no longer exists and that the conditions
that obtained under the Dole oligarchy
h;.ve passed away. Under that regime a
handful of men. not exceedinc a dozen.
c<rtrr>lled and dominated the Islands and
• 6 1 "' per cent of the people had not even the
franchise. It was a government of men.
Dot "f laws. It was strictly a military
ru'.e. a large body of soldiers being em
ployed that these men might enjoy place
and power. The offices were parceled out
to incompetent members of the families
of rhe«* men. so that the Government
cam*- to be spoken of as & family com
pact
"'"nder the Territorial form of govern
ment all the people have the franchise
vrlthOTXt property Qualifications or test
fiHt«= which are so abhorrent to free men.
and under this the people have been eman
cipated from the conditions which existed
under the oligarchy.
Circuit Judge Humphreys of Hawaii Arrives on China for Vacation
in California and Talks of the Controversy*
Green could not he found and the charKO
against Ashniann was dismissed lost Wed
nesday by Judgo Frlta for the reason that
Green's testimony was necessary In tho
prosecution of the case. Tho supposition
was that Green hnd gone to Seattle, but
an effort to locate him there resulted in
naught. Yesterday afternoon Officer Mor
rlsey saw the man at Tenth and Harrison
streets and Immediately took him to the i
City Prison, where the charge was placed |
against him. He refuses to discuss his j
predicament and being unable to secure
ball remained behind the bars.
Frank Grrpn. who was treasurer of the
¦Longshoremen's Protective Association
nnd for whom n warrant on n oIkuk*" of
folony embcztlement wna Issued two
weeks nRo, was captured yesterday nfter
noon by rollec Ofllcer Morrlsoy. It is
nllcBcil that Oroen npproprlatod to Mb
own us«> $:HKK) of thfl Rssoclatlon's fundn.
Since thrt time the accusation was made
the treasurer ha« been In hldlnK In this
city under the assumed name of Kelly.
He was supposed to have* decamped.
About Juno 1 tho longshoremen discov
ered a deficiency amounting to about $2500.
An Investigation \vn» bcld and as a result I
warrants were procured for the arrest of
Green and also John AHhmann. tho necro
tary. Tho latter was said to have stolon
$300 and was taken Into custody on June S.
Association.
Accused of Stealing Funds of
tho Longshoremen's /
FRANK GREEN
UNDER ARREST
Alleged Embezzler Said
to Have Decamped
\ Captured.
BITTER WORDS OF CONDEMNATION
FOR DOLE FACTION IN HONOLULU
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JUNEC 24, 1901.
CIRCUIT JUDGE HUMPHREYS OK HONOLULU, WHOSE COMMITMENT
OF THREE WELL-KN'OWN ATTORNEYS OF HONOLULU FOR CON
TEMPT RAISED A STORM THAT HAS NOT YET SUBSIDED.
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tr.T.. EotabllB h e A VmL' •^aasa.^H^
1SS1. Consultation ff^i t£9m^8\
and prlvnte book "^ \\
free. At nftkc or by VjL
mali. Currs Rtinr- |cJ;vm^JMjJM
kot strfct (elcvn- '*ft5fcVsr .
\n\- rntrnnco), Ban y^| \/
AMUSEMENTS.
QRAND OPERA HOUSE
COMMENCING THIS (MONDAY) KVENINO.
FAREWELL WEEK OF
MELBOURNE MacDOWELL
f«iimv>rte«1 hy FT.ORKNCB PTONB. In
HAHDOU'S OKKAT 8OC1BTT liRAMA.
"FEDORA."
MATINEES BATURDAT and StrNDAY.
A flouvcnlr Plintonrnph of Mr. MacOowell WIIJ
f»o Prc»<«nteU (o Every On« AtlpmllniK
the SaturOny Mnttnce,
rnicrs lop. lie. ?5<\ soc. 7So
O<mh1 < "r.'Iirmnt Sent. All Matlpp**. SSc.
Hrnnch Ticket Ofno»~r:tnporlum.
TO-NinHT ANI> Al.r. T1U« WRKK.
FLORENCE ROBERTS,
Supported by WHITE WHITTLESKY.
In Her Or»ate»t HucrruK,
SAPH0
POStTIVRLY- ONE WTCRK ONLY
ONLY MATINEE HATUrtDAY.
Orcti»«tra-Flmt Bl» ltown-7,v
PEATH HIX DAYR IN ARVANCS.
NBXT~ I 'THW BCHOOI. FOn PCANDAL."
CHUTES^ and ZOO
EVERY AFTEnNOON AND EVENINO.
THE TOBINS, LESTER BEEVES,
MART1NETTI AND SUTHER-
LAND, LEE INGHAM, ALL DI-
REOT FROM THE ORPHEUM.
— ALSO—
HOPPER AND HOPPER, BABY
METZLER, AND NEW COMIO
MOVING PICTURES.
AMATEUR NIGHT, THURSDAY.
' * Telephone for Seats, Park M.
FISCHER'S concert housk.
CiOvnCin iJ Admlaalon lOc.
CHARITY MARTIN, Bl*. Abnimofr, Mur-
phy and Hart, Lillian Levey, Arthur Parent.
Charles Chennweth, Kd II. Adams.. Alice Bar-'
nutn and Stanley anil Walton.
Reserved Beats, asp. Matinee Sunday. ."••'
;|f 8UTR0 BATHS.
OPEN NIGHTS,
• ¦ Open dally from T a. m, : to Up, nd. '¦< ¦, :
:. Bathing -from 7 a, m. to 10:Mp. m. n }'¦
P" , ADMISSION lflo. CHILDREN do.
Bathing, Includln. admlsilun, Uo| children. Wo.
Cheap Rates
East
Santa Fe
The places, the rates for
the round trip and tha
dates of sale are below.
The other details can h?
had of the Santa Fe agents.
BUFFALO, S87.00
July 3, 4; Aug. 22, 23;
Sept. 5, 6.
CHICAGO* $72.50
July 20, 21.
CINCINNATI, S76.50
June 30 and July 1.
CLEVELAND, S82.50
Sept. 5 and 6.
COLORADO SPRINGS' $55
July 8 and 9.
DETROIT, $82.25
July 1 and 2.
LOUISVILLE. $77.50.
Aug. 20 and 21.
MILWAUKEE, $74.50
July 17 and 18.
The best service and the
pleasantest way is fur-
.llshed by the
Santa Fe
£4) MARKET ST.
CiLIFORIU H0RTH1ESTERI ET. COt
LESSEE
SAI FRANCISCO AND KORTR PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Ttburon Parry. Foot of Market St.
San Fmnclaco to Ssui Rafael.
WEEK DATS-7:M. 1:00. 11:00 a. m.z U:U.
1:10, (:10, •:*> p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at U:IO p. m. Saturdays— Kxtra trips at 1:M
and 11 :M p. ta.
SUNDATS-CM. »:S0. U:M a- no.; X:». »:J0,
1:00. «:» v. m.
6an Rafael to Saa Pranclaco,
WEEK DATS-«:I0. 7:50. »:J0. 11:10 a. m. : lt:«S.
1:40. t:» p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at i:li
and 6:13 p. m.
SUNDATS-S:10. 1:40. 11:10 a, m.; !:•». I:*8.
t:05. «:» p. m.
U-av» I In KSect I ArrtT*
San Francisco. JAprtl tt. 1*01. 1 San Francisco.
Week j Bun- I | 8un- I Week
Pays. ( flays. I Destination. I days. \ Days.
7.80 am 8:00 am Novato. 10:40 am S:«0 am
I: JO pm 9:30 am Petaluma. «:0S pm 10:*S am
CIO pm 8:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:g ptn <:IPpm
Fulton.
7M am Windsor. I0:M am
l:s» pm Ucaldsburc. 10:«» an
Lytton.
Osystrvllle.
rSOrrn 1:00 am Clov»rdaU. T:C pm t:t»ptn
7:S0am! 6:00 pml Hoptand )l«:«0 am|10:B aaa
l:J0 pn-.i »:00 ami and Ultlah. | tilS ptn I «:»po>
7:30 ami 10:40 am 10 :M am
1:00 an Outrnerttle. T:W pm
1:10 pm| 5:00 pro j <:l»pm
7:30 ami i:«0 am Sonoma Ililitn 1:40 am
Jaad I
S :00 pm Ol*n ElUa j«:0»ptn I:»pm
7:3i>am| 1:00 ami ~~ |»:«0 am|10:g an
1:10 pml t:00 pm| Bebattopot | T:M pm| «;» pm
I States connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and Whits Sulphur Springs : at Fulton
for Altrurla: tt Lytton for Lytton Springs: at
aeyservtu* for 8kact* Springs: at Cloverdale
1 for the Geysers: at Hopland for Duncan
Sprtnjrs. Hlshtand Springs. Kelserrtlle, Carls-
bad Sprlnirs Soda nay.^Laksport and BartUtt
Springs: at Vklah for Vichy wrings, Saratoga
«prlni». Wue LajMe. Laurel Dull Laks. Witter
Sprlncs. Upper Lake. Porno, Potter Valley,
John X>ay*s. Riverside, Llartsys, BuekaslVs.
Sanhedrtn Helghta, MutlrlJle, Orr*a Hot
8prtng*> Mendorlno City. Fort Bragg. West-
port. Vial. Wllllta, LaytonvUle. Cummins,
bell's Springs, Harris, Olaea'a. Dyer, Scotia
a> Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at re-
duced rates.
on Sunday round trip tickets to all points
beyond Ban Rafasl at half rates. .
Ticket Office.. ttO Market street. Chronicle
Dutidlng.
H. C. WHITING. It. X. RTAN.
Pen. Manager. Pen. Pass. Agt.
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via 9ausallto P«rry. *
Oommsnelng April M. 1M1.
FROM BAN A F N nANcTs C 5 wT^l VALL.T
k#««?» •», M^l Ja,^.
fcxTRA TRIPS-ror Mill Valley and San
Rafael on Mondays. Wednesday* Saturdays
and Sundays at 1:10 and 11:40 p. m.
a. mV. 11:45. •»:*», »:». •S.O, 8(00. stOO, T:S
v. m. U:oo a. m. doss not run to tan Rafael
"Trains' marked (•) run to San Quentln.
FROM SAN IUFAEL TO 8AN FRANCISCO.'
WEBK DAY8-n:IS..riT. 7:«7. flU, Wiii
». irT. 'IMS. 1:18, 1:10, •JiM. 4:40, B:SO|>. m.
SatTRA TRIPS on Mond"ayi, WedMeCn
and Saturdays at «:48 and 10^00 n. m.
»«:00 »:4$. *ll:«0 a. m.. It
m* 1:00, 1:16. ,M:W» 4:t0. HiU, «:48. T:SO, 10?»
P Trains mtrkea (^'etirt fjrom San Quentln.
FROM MILL VALLKT TO SAN FRANCISCO
,WBBK DATS-!:*!. *'$. iTle. i0:H
a. m.j_U:». 1:«. 8:45. 'SsM. 1:10. 8:JJ> p. ra. . . .
EXTRA TRIPS on Monday e. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at T:10 and I 16:W p. m.
SUNDATS— 8:18. 1:00. 10:08. 11:10 s.f m.. U:lj,
1 '---
v 1:88 a. m. week days-Caiadero and way sta-
tions r - - r * • ' ; ¦**•*' " '" ¦'¦'' ' ¦ : - ' >
l:li p. m. Saturdays— Catadero and way sta-
tions ¦ ¦ * * ¦« ¦ i - • ¦ - • ¦ ' . , - -
1:11 p. m. week days (Saturdays cxceitsd)—
Tomaus and way stations. ; . . •
¦?;• a.' m. Sundays— Caaadere and way (Jatlons.
>¦ 10:00 a. - m. Sundays-Point . Reyes and • way
•«Utio«-,;.v,;^. : - V : :,¦; .:¦¦: ; ;;• ..:.-...
BAILWAT TBAVEL.
SOUTHERN PAOIPIO.
Trala* !•«*• »•¦•* Mr* 4n« «• arrlv* »«
MAN rnANVUMIO.
(Main Unt. foot of MarkatSIwi;
urn — Wmom Juira IS. lioi. — axam
?**a BwiMa, Salwn, Elmlra, Yamrina,
Koausf and ttaorawrato •<s)3r
7iae*MtrUn«,S»uH»mon,Val!oKK»P^
Callc«ng*aad8ut»BiM» •:%9t
•<••* D»tU, Woodland. KaiaUta L»ndtni,
MarTMill*. Oro.Ulo- ltS*r
••••» AUaolto Kipraaa— Ofden aad Eul tm-.*»r-
•«••* Mica, Utluop, Stockton ?>*»»
•leeUXOcB. Mendota, Hanford. YlsaUa,
PortarrUl* «:03»
SiS«* Shut* Bxarwa-DatlOniUaiBS (tot
Button BprtopX WBlow*. Rod
Bluff. Portland:. TtM»
*iS«a Hail Jsot, Uteraore, Stoefekm.
lout, fcacraniento, flaMrrUle. ' . .
MaryitUK Chlco. 1 te-l illu It 4»!»r
ei»»» o«kd«!», (Alnaae (Ycaemlto), 80-
BoravOartan «:S3r
»:••* Htiwutl, Milcs»ad W»f 8t»U<u^. llsoa% '
•••OAYaUeJo tadlf
WteviLea Aaylaa Expraa — Martinet.
Tracy, LaUirop. Mtockton, McteW
Fretuo kiid Lot Ancole* 7il3r
•<««* Vsllejn, MvtiiMS awl Way StaUona ilSSf
I •:••* Th» O»eil»nd U-nlted— O«den, On-
»er. Omtht. Chlca*.. •>«>*
f l:««r HtctmmtnUt Kltet tiim*mtn |3i«*»
SiSOr Hayward, JJ»«« and WaySUUona.. 7sUr
4i««r Ueulda. Wlnten, Haeramsnto,
W«o.«laiid, KniBhU leading.
M*ir«flll«, OroTilt* H:Mi
liMrMaitlim, H»u lUmoii. TaUeJo.
Nap4.<. > >ltabi t c«.HaiitaKusa •>•**
«t—r If Dea, Utanaora, Stoektoa, Lodl... I t»»r
«<3«rHarward.Mlea,HaaJ<«e, Unnaore !»:•¦»»*
eiSerPonOoata. Tracy. Lathrop, Stoektoo imti
»t—rthm Owl Umitad— rvcauo. Tulara.
BakaraOeld. Haacua Cor Bute Bar- 1
baia, horn *¦?»«!«» S>«4»
S:etr Mar Unn. Antioeh, Sioefctoo. Mar*
«d. Fresno ItitO
Si««pToaemit« ISt*f*>
»:3OrNew Orleaaa Erar—a Maadota, - .
Fieano, BakcnOetd. Loa Angulo*
U.mins. El F*»o, Maw Orlean* ' * *"'
aad E.»t T»B«a
¦ie«r Ha? ward, Kllw aad Uau Joee ?>M«.
ISstMr Vallajo : I I»M»
Oi««rOrianUl Hall-Ogdca. Cbeyvaa*. .
Omaha, Chieaso IMIr ¦
en»«r Oriental Mail-Ocdoo. Da**ar. •
St. liOda. CbloasQL «>«9r.
7:eSr Oref 011 and California Kxprttt.Haa.
1 pundit", Marjmlllt. K*>1<ll»c
1'nftl.ii.l. 1'ufst Houiul ami Kaa» S «•»»-,
«>«-•»» Saa Pablo. P»rt Coata. Martlaam
an4 W»» Hi*Uou» I1:»»a
!¦»•»? Vallrln 7»8^y
COAST LINE (Narren IJ«»g»). K .
(fouaotM.rkttStrtet.) -•
11 14>4 Sao ta Cruz Kxcuntoa 10 d*nl» Crux
a«4 Principal Wmy BteUooa tS:«»»
•>IS*Mewaftc.UeuimllIe.rSaaJsa«.relton.
Boulder Crt*k.8ajiU0nnaud Waf
StaUm.4 »:¦•«-
]••! Sr Kavark. Center tlllc. San Jot*. K««
AlBwUar r«lto«. llonldar Uraak. . . ;
M»nt» Ckos ana' 1'iindpn! Wat
atmOoum..... t«.»»a -,
« «l«r Kawark. Man Joae. Itm Gatoa t«>»»»
««illr01«a»ood.BonM«C>aak.gan«aQna «»«a«V -
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
m« sn rusasoo— r*+ $t ¦**« sirwt (scy i>—
tl:U ».O0 ll.OOt.a. 1:09 1:03 9:1>'.«. '
rriaiiiuis— ri«i«rBftt4««f.-t'«:Co taoo '»<* -
io:oo*.». » oa in i.tir.i.
COAST LINE <Brea4 «a»g«). .
(Thlril ahd Towaaan4 3>a.)
eila* 8aa Joa« and Way «i.«r .¦
(?>««A Nan JoN»ml Way .SUU»iit... !:«••
/Ti*«a Naw Alwadau / UlSl
:?)*•* 8nnd»T SzeaxtioB for Saa Jew,
Aaata Croa. PadOo Orora aod " '-
rrtodaal Way Suttona. 19>»*r
• >••* Ham J<««. Trr» CIimm, S«i.t« Cfn«, "';
PaHHe OroT*. SaUaaa. Baa LoU
ObUpo, Baata Barbara ami Fria- . •
dpaJintaraMdkatHuthiM 1>fr .
l«i>*«.8an Jetetud War StetUxw.. "•«!•»
I lt»»» Ittu Jnn »..,! Way MWilova »ia«r
»«!«»» San Matro. Ur4wo«J. Menlo rark. .
Palo Alto. San to Clara. San J«a*. . '.
Tree Plaoa, Hanta Cnu. Sallaaa.
Uonlang am) raeiM Gm* fteji4*A '
a : aa r *ui.1o««»h4 War SUUoa* •:¦•*
t«ilSr8anjAaatM4Priaelaal WaaStatlana •««»* •
\*t—r San Joaa. Loa Gatot aa4>rtaaiaat ¦ ¦
WayStaUoa*. TT. t*tW» .
•iMrSaaJoaaaodrHaoipalirarSUUoae Si1«a
«.e«r Badwosd, Saa J«a*. Cllrny. (UJrta*.
Santa Barbara. Loa AafaUa...... ft— a
•*—» t>el Uootat Montanr. Taafla Owra.
Lob poo... ia*«e>A .¦
•t3«rSaaJoataa4 WayStatloaa !•'••?
«lli«3f8an JowanJWay Wtuioaa T»»T
AforMorniac ' t for Aftarsooa.
? H«n*Ur««o.M*a, t "nnda* onlx- . " »1
• Saaantayoal*. m Monday.
• Satarday «il laaaay. /Taaaday aa4 THdaya. • .
Santa Fe Trains
l*ara Markat-atrwt r«rry Depot. '
J Local JUm'dlOrrldi LoeaT
1 Dally 1 • I Daily I Dally
Lv. Ban Ihran t:K>a tiMa 1:90 p 4:3ft p
Ar. Stockton. 10:18 a 11:45 a 11:10 p Ml p
" Marc*4 .11:13 p 1:17 p 1:19 a 1:11 P
'* FMano .. S:OS p 1:33 p 3:05 a 10:50 a
" Hanford. S:ilp j:37p T:M a .7.
" Vlaalla .. J:40p l:«i ........
" Bak*nri4 i:13p «:»p T:SO»
•' Kans. Cy 1:40 a T:3fta
•• Chicago ....t»:ljp >:K)p
a for morning 1 ! P for afternoon.
•9:00 a. rn. train Is th» California t-lm-
IterT. l«avlnv Monday and Thursday only.
mrrylnff Palac* Bl*«plnc Cara and Dlnlntr
Cara through to Chtcago. CTiatr Car runs
to Bakrrsfleld for accommodattoti of local
flrat-ciaaa para«nc»ra. No s*con4-«]aaa
tickets honored on thta train. Corr»«pond.
Ing- train arrlYts at CSS p. m, Tutsday and
Friday.
4:» p. m. la Stockton and Tt**n<% loeal.
Corrvspondlas train arrive* at 1J:M p. nt
dally.
»:W p, m. Is the Orwrlanfl Exttw*, wllh
through Palac* and Tourist Sla«p-ra and
Fr#« H«K>Unln« Chair Cara to CMragn: ¦
alao Palac* 81««per. which cats out at
Fresno. Corresponding 1 train arrtrva at (S3
p. m. dally.
f:*> a. m. is F%k*r*fl«l<1 t/t^al. stomtn*
at all point* In Ban Joaquln Vallsr. r»r~
rentnndln* train arrive* at >:4Q a. m, rtaiiy
Offlce«^-Mi Market utr^t and In F»rrr
Perot. 5an Franotaca; 1113 Droadway, Oak'.
land. / * ,.
MOUNT TAM ALPAIS RAI tWA V
YU SamHts rairy-fMl af Mwkat St.
™»tltj^— trl «K ©at*..... J !:XJ!!'
4M I'. U. ,«*«•¦«¦* attkaUTSM } j^ J- JJ;,
ticket Ottcta. MX Marktt St., at SanaalUo Ferry.
8 Dr. G 1 bbon's Dispensary, ¦ -
02O KBAtUlT »T. Bstabtteb*} •
lit I8S4 for the treatment nf iTlvnt* '
DlMMuiea, l4M>t If anfimid. Debility or I
dlaMM • v irlnf 011 body ami mind aii<! .
»kln l)li-«r.awi. The Doctnrcur»«wln>u .
others -*ali. Try hint, rbargen low,
«'nrf>a at««ri%Ntr#4l. Cull or write. 5
HHBOX. Mail yrawcleco. Cal. ¦.
Weak i Men and Women ¦
SHOULt) U8B DAMIANA BITTEI18. THK i
great Maxlcan . remedy : «!v»s health an I
atrcfittB to sexual organs.; Depot. 333 Itarimu v
*T!VOLI*
•this week rosiTivEi,Y the: last."
EVENINGS AT 8.
Tuesday —SOUVENIR NIGHT.
EVERYBODY GETS A "CORKER." ,
THE
TOY MAKER !
LAST TOY MATINEE SATURDAY AT t
A TOY FOR EACH CHILD.
SUNDAY. JUNE S>_--raHE8 IN THE
WOOD.
Popular PrlccK "c and SCc
Teli»phcn»— Bush 9.
%&$«&*
A NEW COU.KrTlON OF VAUDEVILLE'S*
FAVORITES.
EMILY LYTTON. CHAKLEK TOWSEU AND
COMPANY. K7.RA KENDALL. (IARUNGK
ANt> VINCENT. SISTEnS MAHR,
ODKI.L WILLIAMS AND COM-
PANY. COLE AND DE LOBSE.
THE lUoi-.KAI-H AND LAST
WEEK OF THE EAST
INDIAN PYGMIES.
"Fetmi »nd Sm»un,"
v\*ho will continue their r*«ptlons to children
«ft»r matlnfp performance*.
Re»«rv»il «»*t». 2Sc: balcony. 10c; opfr» chairs
and b»x Mat*. &Co.
Mntlnci Wi'iin»s.!»j', Saturday and Sunday.
niTlI IIUDIA SAH FBWtaSCO'5
VULIHHPIM LEADISQ THEATRE
Every nlRht r«crpl Eundax): matinee Fat. only
r»^*lnnlii(r TO-NIOHT.
"CHAnLES FROIIMAN'R
Original 1'rtxluci Ion From tbe Garden Then-
ter. N«w York.
UNDER
TWO FLAGS
Fy Arrana-ement With DAVID nELAKCO,
Paul M. Potter's &-act Drama on Oulila'n Novel
Tho Entire N. Y. Scenery ami Co.— 110 People.
Including BLANCH B BATC8 n«"Cift«i>cttc"
TJeRlnnlnit TO-NIOHT— All TliU Week.
MATINEES 8ATTTRDAY AND BUNDAY,
! EXTRA MATINEK WEDNESDAY NBXT.
Mammoth Spectacular Krvlvnl of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
On ft Scale of Magnificence Never Refor* Ap-
proached on Thlo fount.
Buck and Win* Danclnit, Cakewalka, niood-
hounda. Ne*r» Mtlodlea, Rtc. 1
HDtrKC Evenlma 10c, \U\ I.v>, SSc, WV
I HlkCd MattneeM 10c, Mk>, :.v
Kext Week-JAMWS M. nnoPHV.
JULY 4 t
BEFORE SIN FRANCISCO ATHLETIC CLUB
8IXTEKNTII AND FOLSOM BTfl., S P. M..
JACK MOFFAT
OP CHICAGO
\/S.
GEORGE GARDNER
OP BOSTON.
; FOR MIDDLR-WEIOHT— .
CMAMPIONSIUP OF THE WORLD.
AL NEILL of San Francisco
CHARLES (Dutch) THUHSTON,
TWENTY ROUNDH BACtT. .
Udauxehotel^I
Visitors to Ban FroncJico who mako !
their htadquartcrs at thai* hotels «n. U
Joy comforts and oonvtnlcnees not to !
be obtained elsewhere. Dealrable look.
I tlon, courteous attaches and unequaled '
cuisine. American and European plans. ¦
j^WgHOTEL** I
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ a
Delighted With
the Route
I came over the Burlington two years ago and
was delighted with the route. As my parents ex-
pect to visit southern California the coming
November, I would be pleased for them to come
the same way. Please send them information. .
E. J. Brown, Chula Vista, Cal.
.j^^,^—^^— The Burlington Overland Excursions leave San Franc aco Tuesdays °
M||H|||k^^MkaH and Thursdays — Omaha, Kanua City, St. Louis, Chicago—
|^[|Mj^^ EVERYWHERE East. Tickets and berth* at—
l|i|H|nfl Ticket Office, 631 Market Street
BMwillBB W. D. Sanborn, General Agent San Francisco

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