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SPUR TRACK BILL
CAUSES A ROW
The Board of Supervisors declined
yesterday to pass the proposed amend
ment to the ordinance regulating the
operation of spur tracks because Roa
was the only member of the street
romrnittee that had recommended fa-,
vorable action. The debate on the
matter was the cause -of a small row
among some of the Supervisors.
Coleman took exception to Itea's
statement that the representatives of
the big railroad companies, including
lore Burke of the Southern Pacific,
favored the amendment, saying the
"board was not catering to Mr. Burke."
R<^a urged strongly the passage of
the amendment, which eliminated the
clause exempting spur tracks on pri
vate property from thp provisions of
the ordinance and permitted a reason
able charge for the switching of cars
on tracks laid on private property.
Rca said the ordinance -would legalize
;Ifiw Interchanged ewltchintr of. -cars to.
tfhich the 7>\g transcontinental roads
had subscribed and -which was in vogue
In every other r;ity but San Francisco.
Furej', one of the members of the
street committee, said a representative
of the Western Pacific Company was
the only one who had appeared to urge
the passage of the amendment, and he
insisted on action being postponed for
one week, which was ordered.
The proposed ordinance giving, the
board authority to build a sewer in
lower Market street, the contract for
which, held by the Eurrell Construc
tion Company, was revoked, was de
ferred one w*ek, as there were not
four Supervisors present to pass it
legally.
MEJf EKGAGE IV BLOODLESS
111 i:i. FOR LOVE OF A WOMAX
Jealoan Ilnsiband F?re» at Gallant lie
Finds la Wif>'«« Company and
Fire i« Rrtnmrd V-r
Olaf Nygaard, a mate on the schooner
nival, on returning horn* Sunday even
ln« found Harry Waidc-lich paying at
tention to his wife Hattie. He at once
opened fire with a revolver. He fired
two shots at the man wtio had aroused
hie Jealousy, neither of the bullets
taking effect. WaideUch returned the
fire, shooting twice at the husband,
but without cfiect.
The shots aroused the neighborhood,
and the police were sent for. All
three of the persons involved were
taken to the Mission -street police sta
tion. Jealousy is the only cause as-
Figncd for the bloodless duel.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
First Mortgage and Collateral Trast ;5; 5 Per Cent Sinking Fnnd -30-Year fiold Bonds
Dated January 2, 1907. Interest January 2 and July 2. Due January 2, 1937.
TAX EXEMPT IN TfiE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
We offer $3,000,000 of the above bonds for public subscription at 102^ and accrued interest. Sub-
scriptions will be received up to and including January 21, 1907. The purchase price will be payable
upon the delivery of temporary bonds, which will be exchangeable for permanent engraved bonds
when issued. The privilege is reserved of 'rejecting any- or all subscriptions and of allotting: a
Paller amount than subscribed for. \u0084 . . .. i - *
, A comparative statement of the Earnings and Expenses, jof the combined companies, consoli-
dated by the formation of The Pacific Telephone -and Telegraphy Company, for the years 1904, 1905
and 1906 (the- Earnings and Expenses for the month of December, 1906, being partly estimated), and
an. estimated statement of the Earnings and Expenses of the hew company, are given below :;
„ ' 1904*. - 1905. 1906. - 1907 CEsrimafe^
Gross Revenue .....$6,824,506.43 r $7,884,071.03 $7,725,624.41 $8,50000000
Operating Expenses including Maintenance and Taxes.... 4,977,984.7 1 1 5,966,101.62 6,077,594 28' 6 400'om'nn
$1,846,521.72 '$1,917,969.41 $1,648,030.13 $210000000
Interest on bonded debt ? .. 157,500.00; <; ; 157,500.00 157,500.00 -
Net Revenue available for dividends.. ;$1,689,021.72,.,5 ; . 51,760,469.41 $1,490,530.13 $1,442,500.00
•In this amount Is Included the entire year's Interest on the S10,000.0J)9 bonds now proposed to be Issued althoue-h it
*M not p\-r»<»rt*<i that tiw .iKirf amount will be Issued durlnff this year. •.%'%) v * uw De isauea, aithoueh it
NEWYORK PHILADELPHIA . CHICAGO
POLICE COURTS IN
NEW CITY HALL
The first move toward occupying the
new City Hall on the site of the old
Tivoli Opera House at EdVy and Mason
streets was made yesterday morning,
when the police courts of Judges Con
lan and Shortall were transferred to
the new building. Owing to the un
finished. condition of the chambers,
Judge Conlan merely went through the
formality of calling the calendar, all
the cases being set over until a future
date. ;:*'• -^
Judge Shortall was unable to hold
court In. the forenoon, but at the after
noon session two cases were called.
Both cases .. were continued until
Wednesday through the failure of some
of the witnesses to appear.
The courtrooms to be occupied by
Judge Cabaniss and Judge Weller are
under construction and will not be
ready for oecujSancy Until tha .first of
next month. Judge Weller will not
assume his new duties until that time.
Judge Cabaniss will continue to hold
court in the hall above the O'Farrell
street police station in O'Farrell street
near Devisadero.
The accommodations for the Central
police station, which will occupy, the
lower floor of, the new City Hall, will
be equal \u25a0in convenience to i the old
quarters in the destroyed hall. They
will not be ready for occupancy until
February 15. .. : . ..
miM.O IS^IADE PBESIDEVT \u25a0
OK THE FIRE COMMtSSIOX
Reorcanir.atlon Effected and 'T. w ll.
Goodman, the _\e»v Appointee,
Takes Seat on the Board
The Fire Commissioners effected reor
ganization yesterday by electing Mario
80110 president and seating the newly
appointed commissioner, T. H. Good
man, who presented hi* credentials for
the one-year term. 80110 secured the
four years* term. Commissioner Parry,
who has one year yet to serve and
who would have liked to have served
it as executive head of the commission,
did not show' his., disappointment, if he
felt any. Parry himself moved that
80110 be electea president.
Retiring Fir Barrett
was present And responded feelingly to
a eulogy by Commissioner Parry.: Bar
rett told of the pleasant relations that
had existed at all times between the
commissioners, and spoke ' words of
praise for Chief Engineer Shaughn&s
sy, the Fire Department In general.
Secretary J. W. McCarthy and the cleri
cal staff of the board.
The petitions of the Ingleside Im
provement and- Sunset Improvement
clubs for fire alarm boxes and hydrants
in their respective districts were re
ferred to the Chief Engineer for action.
WELMXGTOJT GREGG JR. IVIXS
AS GRAXTEB OP COPPER KI.VG
Daily and Associate-* Let «lie Case Go
!«>\u25a0 Defanlt In United States
Circuit Court
Judgrment by default was rendered
yesterday by Judge "VVhitson in the
United States Circuit Court in" favor of
Wellington Gregg Jr. In the suit of
William H. Daily and the Pacific Coast
Smelting and Refining Company vs.
Christopher Furness, Frank P. Deerlng,
the Copper King, Limited, and Welling
ton Gregg Jr. A decree was entef«d to
the effect that the .deeds signed and
acknoweldged by Daily on February
13, 1900, and May 25. 1900. were valid
and did convey to the Copper King,
Limited, the title to all the , lands
therein described, and recognising
Gregg as grantee- of the Copper
King and as the owner in fee simple
absolute of those lands. The court or
dered also that the complainants must
convey the lands to Gregg within'
thirty days by a quitclaim deed.
The property is near Bay Point,- In
townships Xos. " 2 and S north, range
2 west. Mount Diablo base and meri
dian. Gregg recovers costs also.
With the land go also certain rights of
way claimed by the complainants.
MORXING BLAZE DRIVES
GUESTS FROM THE PALACE
Defective; Wiring Starts Fire Id Hotel
Kltcb<*n cad Aroused Inmates
Fire Into Cold Street
The clang of fire engines and the
ringing of the house alarm roused the
guests of the temporary Palace Hotel
at 3 o'clock yesterday morning and
sent themi scurrying, from their ,rooms
to the street In all conditions of attire.
Smoke -was seen issuing from the
kitchen, and -when the firemen arrived
the fiames were eating through the
roof. After a hard fight. In which the
wall between the kitchen and the
hotel was burned througrh, the flames
were extinguished.
Th* damage 'ls nominal and fs cov
ered by Insurance. The cause of the
fire was defective electric wiring. ~
CASHES WORTHLESS CHECK •
William Wienstock, a merchant at
2286 Mission street, reported to the po
lice yesterday that on Saturday even
ing he cashed a check for JlB for a
man. who gave his name as Mike Car
man. The check was returned yester
day marked "no funds." The police
have been asked to investigate. '
THE SAN FRANCfSCOr GALL. TUESDAY,^JANUARY 15, 1907.
COAST LIME OPEN
TO SLOW TRAINS
Th 6 coast line will be opened to Los
Angeles today, but only slow trains will
be run, as the track is in such condi
tion that it would not be safe to. send
out the fast trains. \u25a0 :
Trains' Kos. 10 and 22 will be started
for the south today and will travel
cautiously.
The line over the Sierras is open,
though It was snowing heavily all
day yesterday. \u25a0 At noon , there were
two feet of snow on the summit and
snow was falling as far west as Colfax.
It was snowing hard from Bedding
to Sisson. but no damage was done to
the track. The* trains to and from
Ogden were running without interrup
tion. . •
PROGIIKSO SUED AGAIN
Harry Connama, through his guard
ian-at-law,. Richard P. Henshal, filed
suit in the United • States District
Court yesterday against the Michigan
Steamship Company to. recover $50,300
for injuries received when the fuel oil
steamer Progreso exploded on Decem
ber 3. 1902. He alleges that the ex
plosion was due to the negligence of
the company's officers and the unnec
essarily dangerous character of the
oil used. . ..
MARRIAG^LICENSES
The following marriage licenses were Issued
January 14: \u0084',
Nick Fredrick, 21, 1801 Folsom street, and
Catherine Kirk. 18. 420 Eleventh aye.
Henry Morelli, .38," and Emma Hawkins, 87,
both of Monterey, Cal.
Harry G. Sell*. 24, 47 Guerrero St., and Mary
V. Walsh. 17. 511 Moultrie st.
Frank J. Ford, 21. 402 Walnut St.. and Mary.
G. Guthrie, 18, 3311 Sacramento st. •
Henry Haseler, 41, and Helena Ring. 36, both
of Auckland. ' ~ . '
Jesse J. Smith, 22, Knoxville. Term., f.ad
Norma E. Weller. 19, 204 Lily aye. i
Frank E. Davidson. 25, 1736 Union st., and
Ethel B. Hinriebs, 23, 1918 FJlbert St.
George J. Meloche, 35, 614 A Hampshire St.,
and Frances E. Burgren, 30. 35 Mariposa st.
Charles \V. Smith, 32, 327 A st., and Vilma
M. L. Berggren. 23, S6S Second aye: •-
George -Anderson. 28. 70R Douglass St.. and
Maude V. Spurr, 20, 4291 Twenty-fourth st.
Alpho&se Bollack, 21. 12-15 Franklin St., and
Flora L. Reiss. 18, 1245 - Franklin st.
Jean P. Loutitaunau. 29. 2119 Webster St., and
Caroline Bascou. 22, 155S Eddy st.
George Batten, 48, Murphys, and Minnie A.
Hogan, 31. Sonora.
Anker Miller, 22, 414 Dolores St., and Anna
Andenen, 23, 240 Duncan St. - /
OAKLAND, Jan. 14. — The following marriage
licenses were issued today:
Joseph J,. Gray. 23. and Trellis E. Blessing,
22, both of San Francisco. "--;-.- - - -. .
George A. Faria, 24, Oakland, and Virginia '
Valent.lB, Hayward. . - • : •\u25a0 !
Ilamlin A. Whitney, 45, and Elizabeth Pown-
lng. 28. both of Oakland. .
Raymond V. Wilson, 26. and Edna E. Mac-
Fadyen. 21, both of Berkeley. :
Timothy Shea, 28, of San Francisco,-' and
Bridcet Sullivan. 24, of Oakland. *••
Kdward D. FenrnK. 29, - and Kate A. Low, 30,
both . of- San Francisco. " ..... „ r
\u25a0 Uenry-C. Xassen. 28, and Camllle M. Kelson,
26. both of Alameda. ' ••-\u25a0- -- •••.- •
George H. Jones, 2S, and Mlna Marjotta, .l9.
both of Oakland. .. \u25a0 ; -^,
George H. Winters. 31, and Ellen B. Forbes,
22. both of Fitchburg. .•\u25a0•-\u25a0. . : - - - •
Harry P. Fallls, 19, of Berkeley, -*nd Geneva
C. Peer. 18. of Goldfield.
Manuel G. Rodrignee. 26, and Virginia S.
Amaral. IS, both «f Irvington.
James A. Angle, - 22, and Dorothy S. Hudson,
23. lioth of Oakland. . \u25a0-
William M. Wood. 24, and Edith M. Sturm,
21. fcoth of Oakland. •. •>\u25a0• \u25a0 -. ~ ;\u25a0: ."..-•
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
wiil not be Inserted. They must be banded in At
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
witii the name and residence uf persons author-
ized to 'have the same published.- Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are. published once In this column free of charge.
MARRIAGES
BEATTIE-^-MAYER— In Mill Valley. " Ca I. ~ " Jan -
»uary 12, 1607, by the Rev. Frederic Maar,
Dr. I.' Irving Seattle, and Hilda \u25a0 Elisabeth
Mayer. \u25a0 \u25a0 .' .. - - - \u25a0\u25a0 .
DEATHS
Bartol. Artolph. 29 • Hughes. Geo. WV, 75
Brown, William E., 82 Kidd. Jeauttte M.
Clancy, Geo. T. Jr., 1 Lapham. Henry 8., •&3
Cooney, Jobon, 70 Leonardl," Salvatore, 57
\u25a0 Crudy, Frank, 82 . Lichtensteln, BenJ., 15
Cummings. Jay 0., 59 Mains. Robert. 00
Cusblnr. John, 74 Nelson. Albert X., SO
Daly. Daniel. 50 O'Neill, Eugene T., 27
Dibble. Frank. 24 Oulevey, Ernest H, 48
Dowltng. Mrs. Bridget Owens, Frank ' J.» -.-
Efford. Kate Bowen Peckham.-' Harah B.; - 51
Emerson, Mrs. Anna, 74 Schilling. Anna M., 65 \u25a0
Gallajrhcr, .Edward. 2 Stnrtevaat, H. F., 30
Gallagher, Patrick J. Vltt, Adclheld, 49
Gillen. Bridget, SS Wachtfr, Conrad, 74
Howrln, Margaret,. 4B Williams, Pauline, 1-
BARTEL— In this city, January 12. 1907, Adolph
Bartel, a native of Germany, . aged ' 29 years.
A member of Rbelnhold Rlchter Camp No. 2,
United Spanish War Veterans.- ..-, ' :•
-' The funeral will. take place today- (Tues-
day), at 10 o'clock a. in., from the' parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co., 2919 Misslun street, be-
tween Twenty-flftU and ".Twenty-sixth, '\u25a0 where
services will be held under the auspices of
Rhelnbold Rlchter Camp No. 2. United Span-
ish War Veterans. Interment National Ccme-
****• . ' •. \u25a0 . . - '\u25a0;*'',"•.,-...:
nbe.in.bold Richter Camp No. 2, United Span-
ish War- Veterans — Comrades are hereby. . noti-
fied to attend tlie funeral of • our late "com-
rade. Adolph Bartel. today (Tue«;<3ay4f \u25a0at
10 o'clock a. m.. from the parlors of *H_ F.
Suhr &. Co.. 2»11> MtsMon utreet, > between
Twenty-firth and Twenty-sixth. By order' -•
H. J., BUCKING, Commander..
A. W. CILLS. Adjutant.
BROWN— In this city, January 14, 1907.' Wil-
liam E. Brown,, beloved eon of Oaptain
Charlc* and Flora E. Brown, and loving brother
of Florm I. Cant well, a native of Ban Fran-
cisco, CaL, aced 32 years and 8 months.
(Sacramenlo and Sea,ttle papers please copy.*
Friends and , acquaintances are rt^poct fully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wed-
nesday), at 9 a. m., from his late residence.
•65J,-' Hayes \u25a0 street,"-- between" Xaguna i and
chanan, thence to ; Sacred it fart Church.
' where •;\u25a0 a ', requiem a mass " will •* • he : celf'li.'att'll
for tho repose of his, soul,- commencing, at
9:30 a; m. Interment v Holy Cross Cemetery,"
by • electric . funeral car ; from Thirtieth street
ami; San Jose avenue--- .
CLANCY— In '- this '• city, January 14, 1907.
.George Thomas; Clancy !,' Jr., •\u25a0 beloved son'-of
George and Clara : CUney. beloved brother ' of
'the late^James Clancy," and -grandson of : Mrs.
B. Clancy; and the .; late .James Clancy; and
Michael Cuneo, " . a \u25a0 native ottt San Francisco,
Cal.. ared 1 year 9 months ail 14 days.
• The funeral will take placeftomorrow (Wed-
nesday). January; 16, -1907.' at 1 o'clock p. in.',
from- the of bis parents,'* northeast
corner of Bellalre and- Pfpiffer* streets;' be-
tween Stockton ;and DUpnnt. Chestnut nnd
Francisco streets. Interment Holy Cross Cem-
etery..:: ;\u25a0 . >".*\u25a0"• ".' '.•.•\u25a0'.;•'\u25a0 ; ». .'. .'\u25a0
COONET— In "this city, January 13,, 1907. • Jolion
Cooney, dearly ' • beloved husband -- of Mary
Cixmey, and father of Mrs. j. •j. Cooney, a
native of Ireland, agM \u25a0 70 years. '
' ' - Friends and acquaintances • are - respectfully
invited to attend the funeral -today (Tucs-
dny>, at li:30 p., m., from his late residency
1303 Dolores street, thence to St. Paul's
Church for services at 1 p.-m. Interment :ly
11:30 train from Twenty-flfth and Valencia
streets.. # \u25a0' _..'::"\u25a0;.•.:_•..•'.: '\u25a0 -'\u25a0
CRUDY— In \u0084H ayward, ? Cal.", January 14, itW",
• Frank Crudy, beloved husband of Mary Crudr.
and t father of Mrs. Madeline Peyrcllude sod
'James, Peter, Josie and Joseph Crudy, v na-
tive of France, aged . 82 :.years. ~i .. - •
• Friends and acquaintances are respectf nlly
invited' to attend the funeral services tomor-
row (Wednesday). January 16. at 10 .oVUick
a. m.. at All Saints Church, Hayward, where
a solemn requiem high . mass will be • cele-
brated for the repose .of • his soul. • Interment
Catholic Cemetery, Hayward. . , r
CUMMIXGS— In Los Angeles, Cal., January 9,
1&07. Jay Oliver Cummlnss, beloved husijund
of Charlotte B. Cummings. anri fath* of
Catherine Cummins«. Mrs. William T. Sat-
terwliite Of Oakland. Mac G. Cunjmin?s of
• Los- Angeles and Loren K. :Cumming» of San
Francisco; a native of Philadelphia, Pa., ogetl
S9 years 10 months and 10 days.,
CUSHING — In Oakland,^ Cal.. January 13, Jf'o7.
- John Cu.Khinp. .a native of : Vermont, aged 74
years 3 tnonthp and 15 days.
DALY— In this city, January. 14. 1907, Daniel,
beloved husband of . Nellie Daly, and loving
father of Marjraret and the late ' Mary: Daly, «
native of County Meath, Ireland, aged 00
years. ..-- ""\u25a0 \u25a0- - '* ... \u25a0 - • < "-
DIBBLE— In this city, Jnnnary. 13, 1907. Franit i
Dibble,' youncpst feon of Henry C. Dibble and i
Carrie W. Dlbbie, and husband of Edith ; L. ,
Dibble, a native of Arizona, aged 24 years
and 5 months. '." -'\u25a0 \
Interment private. , . .
DOV\XING— A requiem high mass will be -cele-
brated at Mission Dolores Church today (Tues-
day). January 15, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the
repose of the soul of the late .'Mrs. Bridget
Dowling. Friends are : invited to attend.
EFFORD--In fills city, January 14, 1907,; Kate
- Bowen Efford; clearly beloved daughter of the
late N. C. ant! Margnret Efford, and Bister
of Robert J. and N. Clift Efforrt, Mrs. C. 11.
Annls Jr., Mrs. Kd' Johnson and Mrs. 1 A. V.
Anderson, a native of San Francisco, Cal.
• Notice of funeral hereafter. ;>
EJIERSON— In Irvington, Cal., January 12, 1907,
Mrs. "Anna" D. Emerson, a native of Germany,
aged. 74 years'. . .'.- •-. ' ; . \u25a0 .
The - funeral will , take place today * (Tues-
day), January ' 15, at 2 \u25a0p. m... from her
late residence In . Irvlngton. Interment 1. O.
O. F. Cemetery,^ Irylnston.,-
GALLAGHER—In this' city, January 13, 1907,
Edward,, dearly- beloved; son of James A. and
Josephine Gallagher, and \u25a0 loving grandson of
Edward. and Mary Finn, and. the late Daniel
and Mary Gallagher,; -a;- native of San Fran-
cisco, Cal.f- aged 2 >years 4 months and \u25a012
days. ' .'' 'nv.- '\u25a0• : ** >rf \u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0• ,>-',. > r .- \u25a0
The funeral -wJH take place tomorrow (Wed-
! at-. 10:30- a. in., -from < the residence
of- his -parentf, -1403 'Fifteenth -Btreet, near
Folsom; _lntermeot>-lloly -. Qross Cemetery! - ,
GALLAGHER— An I*1 '* anniversarr^reqUieui i hl?h
mass will be celebrated .for' the repose of the
soul of t&e late Patrick J: Gallagher, beloved
husband of thft late "Theresa - Gallagher, at
Sacrea \u25a0"- Heart-? Church. -" Fell and FilJmore
street*,", tomorrow - (Wednesday);, Januarys 10,
commencing C«t : 0 -o'clock 'a. m.~- Friends ar»
-.. Invited Jo attend. - f .^ .\u25a0/_. .... ' -.
GILLEN— Yn this city;-January 13. "1907. Bridget,
beloved - vlte iof tlie late James .011160, and
loving mother- of William Gillen; John Con-
ner, and the late Martin Gillen and i Mrs.
John Curley, a native; ot~ County Galway,
Ireland,' aged "SSyeara. ' ' *•'•'. '•"• !S*-«
The funeral witt take: place tomorrow (Wed-
nesday); at ! S:3O 'a; n1..-:from her late resi-
dence, 645' I street,"' corner of Eighth avenue.
Sunset, tbence'to St-.-AnU's . Church. -where a
reqnlem.'hlsh mass -will? 'be.celebTiitPd. for the
reposeof-her-BOUI.-at « »i m.~ Interment. Holy
Cross Cemetery .(\u25a0»-'-:' t> --.\u25a0.;:•»\u25a0\u25a0: rf-;-->-.-.-. •.\u25a0\u25a0• .
HOWRIN— fii this- 'city.*' January -14, 1907, ; Mar-
garet Jlowfln, .bPloied, wife of; Patrick How-
rla, a native of County Monahan, Ireland, aged
48 years. . •.. ..' ;.".- . ' . • ". .
'Friends are respectfully Invited to "attend
the funeral tojnorrow; (Wednesday), •at .9:30
a. m.'. from St. Dominjcts Church. -Bush and
Steiner streets, .where, mass will be celebrated
for' the repose of • her souL Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.-- # •/ \u0084 - •> ...- \u25a0
HUGHES— In Oakland.' Cal.. Jannary 14, ,1907.
.George W. , Hnches. beJoved husband of- Nancy,
J; Hughes, anrt "father 'of^Watt; Wood. 8.,
John Cj- and iCdward-F.'.Hujrlirs and Mr*. A. J.
Patterson, a native of i Indiana, aged -75 years
and 2 months, r \u25a0'•I'- >9 %r '<-_.'\u25a0•' ;»;.?.-\u25a0 --;
KIDD — In' this city, j?nnu»ry 14, i 1907,' Jeanettei
M., beloved daughter -"f.; Catherine- and the
late John Kidd, •\u25a0 and 'filter <*f* Mary G. . and
John' J.' Kidd and the latn -Hugh Kidd,- a na-
tive ot San' Francisco, ; Cal."" • \u25a0-.»-\u25a0- -,
RemalnK at'the funeral parlors of Bunker A
I-unt,' 2666 Mission street,' between' Twenty-
second' and Twenty- third. •;', ' ." \u25a0 ; •
LAPHAM— In this "city, January 13.. 1907, nenry
S. .Lapham, beloved -father of Ky.. Joseph C,
Pe^-ry L., , Edward N. I and "Cora \u25a0\u25a0 M. Lapbam
and. , Mrs. - Lulu - Gibson, a native iof \u25a0 Attica,
Ohio, aged US years. .(Sacramento papers please
COPy.> i" \u25a0'!\u25a0: '\u25a0 ;••'*"'••:\u25a0 ',W\, \u25a0-•-<•.
' Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
-invited (to attend. the funeral tomorrow -(Wed-
\u25a0 iif-sdajK- ill U:l."> a. . id., from tin- \u25a0 parlors of
Porter & White, 1531 Golden Gate; avenue, cor-
ner of Scott street.' Interment . Cypress' Xawn
Cemetery, via jlhe -.H:3O •\u25a0a;«;;m. > : trains. from
• Third ond Townijend; streets denot.:"- i,; r - ;
LEOXARDt— In "M ayfleld," pal?. Ja.mmry* 13, IDO7,
Salvatore ' Leonardl, r -beloved husband "of Mrs.
S. Leonard I, 'and father, of O.< C. - Ijeonardl and
Mn>. V. Anztni, a ; native"«f 'Osaoco,- Can tone
TldlnO. - Switzerland^ "aged '57 years'' 4; months
and o~dars, f •,'.?' *". 11 ' I'.''£1 '.''£ - % " Vl - .'''\u25a0• '\u25a0 -
- : The "funeral -win takft" : place 'lomorrow (Wed-
nesday), Jannary ;l(J. at Majfield,'- fill., thence
. to" Cyprefet . ; Lawn- 'Omctery \ for ,. cremation' at
.' i o'clock ,p., p. tn.; undi>r., the auspices- of -Bper-.
flnza- I^alla.nVt -L^td^e v No.'2J9,: Ji.' and \u25a0"A.VM.V- 1 "
LlCHTES'BtßiN^ln,bak)ami;- Oali, January Mi
15*07, Benjamin -Lichtehßtpln, beloved , son of
Abraham and Caroline ''Lichtensteln, a native.
of- New. York, age 4 13 years 11. months- and
21 days. -,_*-!^*: .-;:\u25a0> \u25a0 - - '• -.;'
MA INS— lii vthls \ city. 'Janns nr 1 4; ' 1907, , RotJert
. Mains, beloved -Ijusba ml -of Macy Mains, father
' of Ahdre*- J.,-RpUtrt iL'and'Kliiabeth Mains
and Mrs- Ad<ilpU -Wojterx. »nil brother. 'ot'Mrsf
'. H. . 11, tMabanr,"a. native of. Ireland, aged
ca years : 3' nj6nihsand,-2 .days.;.*' V v -~—
Prlenfls i are*' reopfectfully " lnvltpi!'. to attend,
the funeral, .services .tomoritiw.
at 10:30 ! o'cUick. .«. <n.V at his residence,'' CO
Boycc .street,' near Point " Lobos avehue. In-
termerit ' Woodlatvn- Cemetery, ; by electric
funeral -c«r* from Thirtieth j streetiyE'i^Sau'
Jose avenue, at 12; o'clock. i.» v>.' .,.;
NELSON— In "this city. January 13; "\ 907,' '^Albert
Emil Nelson, belovwl; husband of Minnie, Da-
vies Nelßon, ' devoted soli of Mra. TheO\lore
Jackson; and* brother of Airs. James -Dunn' of
. Ulhxc'iw, Scotland and. the late Mrs. Severina
Vane, .a native of San Francisco, r Cal., ag&d'
30 Years B' months and 20 flays. - ? \u25a0
Fimcral and Interment strictly private. Re-
mains at^the new funeral chapel of' Charles
11. J. Truman,. 1909 Mission street, : between
Fifteenth I and Sixteenth. • , »
O'NEILL^At "' St. Francis Hospital, - Grand
Island, Nebr..' 'January '. -B, ' 1907,. Eugene
Thomas O'Neill, beloved .son of Ellen and the
late ,* Engene «.-. O'Neill, -and dearly beloved
brother of John •W. and Fred Florence O'Neill,'
a native of Ssan : Frnncisco, Cal., aged '27
years \u25a0 2 'months and -11 aayn. A ' member of
San Francisco • Council -No. 615,- \u25a0 KuiKhts of
Columbus, and Petaluma Lodge No. ,901, 8.,
P. O. E. : (Petaluma and Palo Alto/papers
please copy.) . - \u25a0 • ' ;
Friends, r acquaintances and. members of
above • societies are respectfully ' invited to at-
tend "the funeral tomorrow '(Wednesday), at
10 oVlock a. v m.," from the residence of his
brother, Fred. Florence O'Neill,- 3829 Twenty-
Flxth street, 1 near Dolores," thence to St.'Paurs
Church, c6rner ; of .Twenty-ninth and Church
: .street*, where : a requiem, high mass:- will , be
celebrated . for the - repose of his souL * com-
mencing iat 10:30 o'clock •a. - tn. '\u25a0 Interment
\u0084 IWy Cro«g Cemet»ry, by > electric; funeral car
from -Thirtieth -street and • San Jose avenue. "
. Knight* of Columbus— San Francisco Coun-
cil No. 615: Jlembers < will olease assemble
at St. .Pauls-C hurch, corner Twenty-ninth
and Church streets, »- at 10:13 a.-m.- tomor-
row" (Wednesday), to assist in ' the : funeral
services, of our -late brother. Engene - Thomas
O'Neill. ', JAMES R. KEITH. Grand Knight. V ,
OULEVEY— In "this city.: January ' 14, 1907,.
Ernest E. Oulevey, a -native .of Switzerland,
aged -. 4S: years. \. • \u0084 ' *" v ' ' "\u25a0' '
. • Notice of ,i [funeral l hereafter. <V ie ;
OWENS— In this city. January 14, 1907,. at his
late , resiaence. 1311 * Fifth avenue.: Sunset
District, Franit •; J.. youngest and dearly be-
loved brother of Edward, James, v.% and Ellen
Ow<>ns."and the late John M.- Owens, a native
•of Ireland." .*. ' ' ' ' ' -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- -.' '\u25a0•\u0084.-•
: Notice •-. of .; funeral hereafter. l \ ; *
PECKHAM — In Berkeley. Cal., January 13, 1007,
Sarah B. Peckham, wife of GoorgejW. . PecK-
ham, and ' mother of G eorge W.. Peckham ' Jr.
and Mrs. r Cora *B.!Pettit. 4 a native; of Ohio,
r ag«l 61 years; 9 months. and 29 days.-- . .-
\- i Friends f and'; acquaintances" are i respectfully
invited to' attend stbe- funeral services tomor-
row (Wednesday). January. 16,--at 2 o'clock
p. m..: at 3132 Harper streM, Soxith Berke'ey
,- (Lorin)l s Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
, :' " . . ; ' , '." :,/";:.;. .
SCHILLING— In this city. January 12, 1907,
Anna M..' doarly beloved wire of .the late
Charles- Schilling, devoted •- mother of Mrs
- E." 11. Aigeltinger,-Mrs.J.":Kabel,;Mrs.^W.-.Gr
• Wreden.f Mrs. » S M.-, Paulsen ' and *. Charles H .
Schilling,, and :annt r of C:Baumann, ,«\u25a0 native
' of Grledel,»Hessen-Darmstadt,; Germany, aged
" 65 '; years '11 months - and r 2*> ! days. " A member
<if St. " Panlns ft; German . t. Frauen
Vereln,'-and 'the 'German .\u25a0Ladles "Benevolent
- Society -v ;-;;- >..>...\u25a0 \u0084.,
• -, Friends i and "are respectfully
i invited :. to \u25a0 attend ,: the S= funeral f today \u25a0 (Tues-
day). -; at ; 1 o'clock ' p. * m:. "; from i her s late resi-
dence. r 1427,; Steiner/ street.s between t. Ellis I and
O'Farrell. -thence' s to aU ] ag , i G ermta
. Evanftlieal » Lutheran '. Churchy: corner . Gough
'and Eddy streets, -where servlce».wlll be held.
< commencing a t 1 :30 ; p. m. Intenne&t :• Mount
mmi\ imi'imh i i n imi it ii"iii ii ' i ii i , r V ,
'- '\u25a0'•" Olivet ; Cemetery, by . electric funeral car from
Thirtieth and/ Mission streets, v^.: .
STCRTEVAN'T— At - Honokoo'/ "Hawaii." January
; 13, 1807. r Hugh ' F. • Sturtevant, son of N . G .
: and ' Caroline Sturtevant.-" and brother-, at' h.
Thomas, i Lucy = E.. Nellie M.. i Eugene
Catherine' and > George H. Sturtevant of Oak-
; .land, aged 30 years . 10 months ; and 14 days.
VITT— In . this cltyi January 13, 1907, Adelheld,
j beloved wife of Alfred - Vltt, "deroted • mother
•j of Mrs. E.'Sichnetzler and Alfred.; Walter and
Oscar Vitt,' - and lovlny sister, of • Adolph ana
\u25a0<. John Jachens. a native i of ' Hammersbeck.' Ger- 1
many;; used • 49 . years • 7\u25a0. months and 20 dars. " i
••\u25a0'• \u25a0 Friends and : ncquaintances ; are respectfully
invited to ' attend , the funeral - tomorrow (W ed-
* npsday), \u25a0• at 1 - p. M.i \u25a0 from • her late • resl-
,dpnee. 246 Waller street, -between Webster
: and Bucbanan... Incineration^l. 1 O. O:-F." Cent- :
.: etery, > .. -.. ;•; :' . . \u25a0 . . _ ' \u25a0\u25a0 '. ' '\u25a0-'. .=- :
WACHTER— In this city. : January, 13. 1007, \u25a0
Conrad Wachter, beloved husband ' of Barbara
Wacbter, and . father of ? Charles \u25a0F. Waehter,
Mrsr J..9 . Godeau and , Mrs. W. G: Koe'nig, s
native of Bavaria Germany,, aged 74: years
1. month and 12 days. A member of Concordla
•"Lodger No. 122,;1. 0.0. F. : *
\u25a0\u25a0•' . Friends • and , acquaintances are - respectfully
.invited , to attend the funeral services 'tomorrow
(Wednesday),- Jannary 16, ~ at'- 1 p. -m.. at
' the - parlors of Julius ' S: Godeau. • 2123 Bush
street, thence to Thirtieth street- and San Jose
avenue, for -electric funeral car. •. Interment
Greenlawn Cemetery." ;'• .•
WILLIAMS— In this city. Jannary 14, '\u25a0\u25a0 1007.
'Pauline,- dearly; beloved daughter of Ber-
nard :and Mary Williams, sister of Ber-
\u25a0 nard. Lilly. Edward and Perry Williams,;. a
native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 1 year
.-and, 8 months. : • . -. " • ', - i
CYRUS S.,WRIGHt!
GEO." 11. CLARK. 1 -'J
A. P. BOOTH.
HAROLD L. WRIGHT. '
N GRAY & COt
• :U.\DBRTAKERS, r , .
2198, GEARY ST.) COR. DEVISADERO.
; Telephone Weat 4707.
FRANK VAYR
I 17 yrs. at 105 Sixth Street .
.... FLORIST....
Now at 512 McAllister
, ' Telephone Market 3091
J/C. O'Connor & Co.
Funeral Directors
Now permanently, located at our
\u25a0 /. .. new establishment,.'
X7O TURK ST4 between Van' Ness)
\u25a0 : -' Aye. -and -Fran Kiln -'-St.-** '\u25a0'•
Lady attendant. Tel .F.ranklln . 1911.
Halsted & Co.
Undertakers and Embalmers
924 FILLMpRE STREET
\u25a0 ' NEAR . MCALLISTER. -
Phone Park 550. .
McBREARXY& McCORMICK
• FUNERAL DIRECTOUS; . VSi
;-. 915 VALENCIA- ST., NEAR 2OTH
: Formerly of McFadden.- Mcßrearty & Green. :
Telephone Market . 07.-- -\u25a0- \u25a0 .
P. F. GREEN ®, CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. , -
NB. cor. Sixteenth and Ouerrero sts. . •
Formerly of McFadden.' Mcßreartr &' Green.,
. Telephone Specials. 1567. j
H. J. Gallagher Undertaking Co.
1314 WEBSTER st. bet. Eliis ; &: O'Farrell. Tel.
West 3925. DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Pres. &
Manager; JOHN DOUGHERTY. Vice Pres.
_G. SELLINOER. - H. SIETZLER.
METZLER'S UNDERTAKING COMPANY
„ 1952 Folsora St.. bet. - 14th and ' 15th. ' >
* \u25a0---\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* PHONR MARKET 166.* -»\u25a0
VALENra;MARINI&Cp,
-:/.'.-.; ; - :'- 'UNDERTAKERS^
' 3448 MISSION STREET, -
Xenr Thirtieth. Tel. Special 253.
WOODLAWX CEMETERY
-_ . i - - - - San Mateo Co. '-\u25a0 - , - -
Finest and Best Equipped Receiving Vault ' and
. - ' .Chapel.:.- >'•- \u25a0'•\u25a0
" (Mnsonlc Cfmetery j Association.)
; Office 1154 O'Fnrrell St. \u25a0,
THEODOR DIERKS £ CO., j
• Undertaker*,'
000 Devlsndrro St., cor. McAllister.
\u25a0Telephone "Weait 4504. >
California Undertaking Co.
2210 STEINER STREET
Between Sacramento and Clay. '- Phone West 1321.
' GEO. W. LUNT. - HENRY C. BUNKER.
BUiVKER-'ALUXT, : .
FVXE R A I. DIREC TO R S
\u25a0MtsMion Maaontc Temple. "• v-.,*
: \u25a0•-\u25a0 '.\u25a0,':*"\u25a0 2606 Mission St. •
Phone Market 2620. \u25a0 ' \u0084
McAVOY, O'HARA & CO;
UXDKRTAKERS . ; . '.-"
! Are now Permanently. Located at
2640 MARKET ST., bet. 'loth arid "lTth.
- \u25a0 " Tel.rJlarket 154..'; ' : r
UNITED UNDERTAKERS,
riTXERAL. DIRECTORS. .
2608 Howard st., nr. 22d.... Ph0n0 Special 276
\u25a0; ivioinahXis <&; co. I
: Funeral. DlrectorMj and. Kmbalmers.
.-' • Private Residence -Accommodations.
Office S. W. cor. 25th. and Guerrero sts.
Phone Market 35. ;•;!
ECI. KENNY & Ga
•; . . —UNDERTAKERS — .
1719 EDDY STREET, Near. Scott
, .:. ,\ Phone AVesjt; 2645. ,\ . : '.
Cypress Lawn [ temetery
.'-.-";;:^OFFICE 1380 Vu/TTER ST.,.
•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*: .'Near Van Ness aye.
Rooms 5 and 0, r Phone Franklin 1838
CAREAV;&ENGLISH
'.!:<\u25a0 i FUA'ERAL DIRECTORS, ./
, 161S GEAR V; STREET,
" - Between \u25a0 Buchanan. und AVeb'ater. .
Pbflne West 2004^ .
HP. PETERSEN
Funeral' Director : and Kmbalmer., 1040 and- IW2
Post f street, between Fill ftore and Steiner. '.Ele-
gant residence funeral parlors. Personal serrlees
under all conditions. \u25a0 Phone -West 6388. '.-\u25a0.- .'
' SAMUEL McFADDEN -aTcO. X
undertakers; t
The firm of McFadden, Mcßrearty A Green baring
dlssolvpil partnersblp; all bills due -the late firm
are payable at tne parlors tof Samuel McFadden
lOTOHalght sit..' nr. Baker. Tel. Park 13
PHONE. MARKET : 132. V
Bros.
UNDERTAKERS : AXD 'EMBALjuERS,
r : :'\u25a0- u \u25a0-.'- S46O; SIXTEENTH STREET,^ r '
";V \ Between "Church :and', Saacne*.: > y • '
:.". .". .\u25a0•;.-\u25a0. ';: ' OCEAX TR.IVEL 1 S : '.\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.
OCEANIGS.sIi
S YDN E Y, " ACCKLA SD,\ SAMOA, HONOLrTLU—
\u25a0 8. ; S.^ Venturas sails 2 p::m: Jan.- 18.-:ChtUt«
'- church' (International Exhibition)* and return,
. Orst." 5295.60: . second, '#22B.so., i ' - '-•--\u25a0
HONOLULU only;~S. S-y Alameda satl«' ll' a..' m."
"Jan. 20, -1907. '< Round trip,- first class, $125.> \u25a0-
TAHITA, * SOUTH • SEAS— S. S.'^ Mariposa- aalls
-at* 11 *.» m-i-Feb.' 2. - Flrst-clasa : rouud trip,
v»i23. ; \u25a0-\u0084\u25a0 \u25a0--. .--'::-': ;rri--- ; .'v-v : : •;\u25a0.-, ; T!.
iJ. D. . SPBECKELS & BROS. CO., '
- r ; .; 68 Clay, Street," San Francisco. . ",,
Passenger ;, Department^ 878 \ Market ;'' St, | -J -' •
'- iii^j^ Phbii6^«*Teiiiporar7 j 128*?,;^ '* '
,i.™r~'.. .•':.•--\u25a0/--" '-\u0084--'\u25a0-.-. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ;— TV
jUCTIONSALES
W. Public Auction Entire
Stock of The Consoli-
dated Transfer Co.
615 and 617 BROADWAY. Oakland.
Consisting of 26 head of WORK and DRIVING
HORSES, WAGONS. BUGGIES and HARNESS;
must -be sold to the highest - bidder for cash.
rain or < shine, TUESDAY. Jan. 15. at 11 a. m.
sharp. ; - ... T. ., P. . SMITH. Prop.
OCKAJT TRAVEL
... .1- \u25a0.-.\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0....—\u25a0\u25a0—\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0. i _..i. ...\u25a0\u25a0.;\u25a0 i
-^p— os^- Steamers Leare Broadway
/£}&^ : ~^& k \ Wharrea
\u25a0ffmfi For LOS
yXT^W ANGELES,
'SAN DIEGO,
SANTA BAFt&ARA
BANTA R05A ......... I Every Sunday. 10a.m.
STATE OF CAL..,....ETery Thursday, 10a.m.
forSEATTTLE, TACOMA t
VICTORIA, B. :; C
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Puget SoundS Alaskan Ports
5ENAT0R. . .... ...... i Jan. 17.' Feb. I.' 11s. m.
.UMATILLA......:....Jan. 22. Feb. 6.11 a. m.
CITY OFPUEBLA.... Jan. 27, Feb. 11. 11 a. m.
fend Brery Filth Day Thereafter.
- For EUREKA {Humboldt Bay)
P0M0NA.. ... .... . . I .Jam 10, 25, SI. 1:36 p. ta.
CITY OF TOPEKA...Jan. 16.- 22, 28. I:3o' p. m.
C0R0NA..........:....... 1:30 p. m.
For QUA YMAS, MAZATLAN,
LAPAZ,ENSENADA, SAN
JOSE DEL CABO, ALT AT A
CURACA0... ............ ......Feb. 7. 10 a. m.
' Low rates — Including Berth' and Meals.
Right Referred to Change This Schedule.
TICKET OFFICES: :
San Francisco. 3 Market st. and Broadway Wharf
: Telephone Temporary 402.
Oakland.. .068 Broadway
San Francisco Freight I Office,- Broadway Wharf.
C. D. DUNAXN. Q. P. A.. San Francisco.
oatnburg-j&merican.
Twin Screw Passenger Service
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
Patricia ..Jan. 12j Pennsylvania ..l-'eb. 9
Protorla .Jan. 18| Amerika ..'.*. -.Feb.; 10
Kals. Aug. Viet. Jan.SCI Graf Waldersee Feb. 23
Bosnia, k...Feb. 2) BaUTla .....March 2
MEDITERRAXEAX SERVICE
TO GIBRALTAR, NAPLES' AND GENOA.;
•Moltlte . .Jan. 29| •Hamburg :: . .-, , Feb. 19
a*Deutscbland .Feb. 41 Romanic.. .'.'.March - 9
•Han Grillroom, and Gymnasium. ' \u25a0
aaMedlterranean and Orient Cruise, 70 days.
a Leu than eight days -.to- Italy,
tfvelve ; day* -. \u25a0to Alexaadrln. ..= \u25a0_.."..
,-• "Tours de Luxe \u25a0[.
C 2 days' trip costing $365, Including all neces-
sary expenses. \u25a0; ~.\u25a0 \u25a0 *;\u25a0;:\u25a0\u25a0 •. ','-\u25a0•\u25a0'
Travel Bureau R. R. Tickets, hotel accommo-
dations '-ami generar Information about foreign
travel. . Travelers' Checks, good all over the
world. , "i. ' /-• -
HAMBITRG-AMERICAX LIKE
90S Market St., San Francisco.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
\ (Oriental 1 , Steamship Co.)
Have Opened Their General Office at
217-221 Brannan St^ San Francisco
S. S. "Hon; Rons Mara*' (calls at Manila).
Thursday. January 24, 1907. " .
S. S. "America Maru," Wednesday. February
13. 1907. -' • ' : \u25a0\u25a0„\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 — -
S.S. "Nippon Mam," Wednesday. March 13.
1907.,.. ",- :...',','\u25a0::...\u25a0 \u25a0 '"i 1 .,- '-. -. ..-'-•.:- ;\u25a0\u25a0
* Steamers will leave wharf, corner First and
Brannan - street*, 1\u25a0 p. m.. for Yokohama and
Hongkong, -.calling- at' Honolulu, Kobe.- (Hiogol,
Kagasakl and Shanghai, and connecting at Hong*
kong with steamers for Manila. Indl*. etc. >o
car?o received on board on day of sailing..
\u25a0 - Round - trip tickets .at reduced rates. .
For freight and passage apply at office, corner
First and Brannan streets. ? • ,
.. . \u0084-i , i •;* ,vr.n. avert.
-r:.v; : , . .-*- Assistant' General Manager.
' * : AMERICAN LIKE
Plymouth— CherboorK— -Southampton
. Philadelphte— <jueenstown— Liverpool.
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT. USE
NEW YORK— LONDON DIUECT.
' HOLIiAXD-AMERICAN LIKE
NEW YORK. ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE.
. • RED STAR LIKE
NEW YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
WHITE STAR LINE
NEW YORK— QITEENSTOWS— LIVERPOOL.
BOSTON— QUEENBTOWN— LIVERPOOL. '
T T,V MEDITERRANEAN AZ J^ S
\u25ba FROM NEW-YORK.'" c;
Cedric /T. .Feb. 16r S:3O a. m. J 21.000
Celtic; .........March/2. ? a.in, ! TONS
Cret1c. ........ March 30.-noon: May 9; June 2Q
. . FROM BOSTON. •
Republic Feb. 2. 1 p. m: March lfl
Canople./ Feb.. 23. 7 a. tn.: April 1Q
G. N. KOEPPEL. Passenger Agent Pacific Coast,'
• 207 Monadnock Building, r:' \u25a0 ;
; COMPAGNIE CENEHAIE TRANSATLIimQQ? f ,
DIRECT LINE TO HAVEE-PARI3I ""
- Silling I every Thursday/ Instead of Sa tardsy .
at 10 a. tn.. from Pier i'I t . North River, foot of
.Morton st. : * * •'*'\u25a0
• Flrnt-claw to ' Havre, $70 and upward. S»e-
on4-cl«s« to Havre. $43 »nd upward. GEN-
EBAt AGENCY FOR DXITED STATKS AND
CANADA. 32 Broadway /Hudson "' Building),
New Tork. J. F. -FUOAZI.'- tnansc»r Padflo
Coast. 680 ' Montgomery street. San Francisco.
Tickets sold by all Railroad Ticket Agents.
RAILWAY TRAVEI. \u25a0 , j
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY.
Boats Leave Tiburon Ferry, foot of Market st.
From S. F. for Tiburon, Belvedere snfl 8a&
Rafael— Week Days— 7:4o, 0:13, '11:00 a. M..
12:33, 3:30. 5:10, 6:30 P. M. Sundays— 7:4o,
9:15. *ll:00 A. M., 12:33. 8:30. 5:10. 6:30
P. M. \u25a0-"•'\u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0 /
Prom San Rafssl for S. F. — Week Days — 0:15,
f :4O, '7:65. 9:25, 11:15 A. M.;. 12:60. 8:40,
- 6:00. 5:20 P. M. Sundsrs— 6:ls. 7:40, 7:55»
8:25 A. M.. 8:40.-5:00. 6:50,<«:30 P^ k.
From Tiburon for S. F. — Week Days— 6:4s, 8:17,
9:55. ' 11:38 A. M y 1:10, 4:06, 6:40 P. it.
Sundays— 6:4s. 8:17. 9:55, 11:3 i A. M.. 1:10
4:05. 5:45. 6:53 P. M.
Leave S. l\ I « " Arrivs S. #."
— -j DEgTINATION
Week Son- \u25a0 ' Sun- Week
days. L days. - *>«»•_ days^
7:46 al-7-40a 1 - 7 -40 a~ — ~ if^TT TTiTa
......: 9:15 a 10:25 a 10:25 a
• 8:80 p '8:20 p • \u25a0 Ignado. 6:20 p 6:20 d
6:10 p 5:10 p - \u25a0 7:80 p .riT-.
\u00847:40.1.....-.: \u25a0.": ••\u25a0-:.-.- "siirtinsrT
...;•..; 7:40 a Novato. 10:25 a 10:25 a
" 8:30 p f»:15 a Petaluma. ', 6:20 n 0-20 d
6:10 p 3:30 p Smta Rota. T:M p .......
...:... B:10 p .- .\u25a0;.--\u25a0' \u25a0*-\u25a0:-\u25a0: .;..... ..Mi
.7:40 at .1 ' — ToTsTsFrysgnf
..'.:... 7:40 a . Fulton. 6:20 n 8:20 o
3:30 p 8:30 p ...':.. ...T...
: "I Windsor. \ — ;
\u25a0' 'i ' " Healdsburg. ' ; ,
« 7:40 a! 7:40 a .-. . Lytton. . 10:25 a 10^5 a
8:30 v» 8:30 p . Geyserville. ; 6:20 p 6-20 t>
\u25a0 I ->\u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0 |-*nd Cloyerdale. (
-"f:4O a 7:40 at , Hopiand : 10:25 ci 10:23 i-
8:30 p! 3:30 p and uklab, ..- -. 6:20 p| 6:20 p
t;4O a I 7:40 a V ' ' Toi2s «!i°^»'
8:30 p 8:30 p : Gnernevlllg. 6:20 n 6-20 p
,7:40 51.7U0 ij" ' \u0084' . ..-..-.-, \u0084 -gtiTT ~Si4Ti-
\u25a0B:lo p .\.:... \u25a0\u25a0; * 6:20 p 6:20 p
...:.. 5:10 p| Plea T Ellen. ....... ." .
7:40' al 77^« a - - - 10-2S allO-si a
8:30 p 3:30 p Sebastopol 6:20 d 6:20 d
5:10 p s:i& p. -\u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 I.; " ' ":
\u0084 ' " • --"»,. vtilhts and i : **'"""
7:40 a 7:40 s{. Sherwood „ 6:20 p 6:20 p
- ' •nMm on!/. -\u25a0- \u25a0'.-'> '»; '\u25a0-. .-'-;•'-; ' t-'Cit -' Ci - \u25a0.-,:'•
• fe. ='.*, 1 8TAG1! CONNKCTIONi
Stags* connect at GREEN BRAE for Saa Qn«n-
tlat st 'SANTA ROSA for Whits Sulphnr SpH&n
and Mark West Bprtnrit at FOLTO>Tfor Burkl?s
Sanatorium : at LYTTON for Lytton Sprier* • at
GEYSEKVIiXB for Bkaggs Sprines; at CLOVER-
DALE ' for \u25a0> ths * Geysers. Boonville, Phiio, Elk
and .Greenwood; at HOPLAND for Duncan
Springs, , Highland . Springs. -fvelseyville New
Carlsbad Springs. J«ds Bay. Xakeport. Bartlett
Springs; at UKIAB for .Vtehy Springs. Santo*
Springs, Blu« Lake s, Laura Dell Lsks,. Witter
Springs. Upper Lake, Ppmo, Pott** Valley. John
Day's • Llerley'sr HullviUe. Orr's Hot Springs,
Bsndley • Half- Way . House. , Hopkins/ Comptch*
MendQCteoClty. Fort Bragg. Westport and Osal;
st WILLITS ifor Hearst and Sawyers; at SHKK-
WOODf for ; Fort \u25a0 Br««r^ - Laytt>nviHe.\ Westport,
CevetojSCrannilugs. Bell's- Sprtngn. 'Hnrrls. Hub-
bard, -i Frultland,- DTersville, QarberviUe. Pepper-
Wood, Camp 5. Pcotia and^Eureka; . '.-\u25a0\u25a0':\u25a0\u25a0•
-Boats leave \u25a0 Tiburon r' Ferry, foot of Market
Street, and connect , with ; trains at Tiburon.
-.^General. Of flee; j-i
-.FERRY, BCILDINO; SAN FRANCISCO. :
- ' r *.' •• »» i « J^ 8: A° LEB . General Manager.
B. -X. BYAN, Gen. Fsuesger >. and Freight Agt.
RAILWAY TnAVBL.
/^yij^s. * Tnlitj !« »t tiiclanim ' • *
fo£mmi!mZlir\ 3il Francisco
FERRY DEPOT
\u0084 j t>^ . Foot of Market Street
Leave — VIA OAKLAND PIER— ArriTl..
7,00 a Elmira. Vacaville, Winters. Rttnv
sey ..; ,• , i . 7.48|
7.00» Richmond. Benicia, Sacraraentow
Suison and Way Stations 7.48|
T.M« Davis. Woodland.. Marysville.
Chlco. Red Bhift— OroviUe 7.4%
7^o» Elanhurst. Newark. Centervilta.
S-au Joi«. Los Gatos. Wright _ $.**%
7.40 a Vatlejo. Napa. Callstoga. Santa
Rosa. Martinez. San Ramon — ••**!
7.43« Niles, Pleasanton. Livenuore.
Tracy. Lathrop. Stockton 7JB|
«Coa Shasta Expresa— (Via Davis.)
Williams. Willows. Red Bluff.
Ashland. Portland and Bart— iJ3i
5.29* Martinez. Antioch. Byron. Tracy.
Stockton. Navman, Los Banos.
Mendota. Armona, Hanford. *-**i
Vjsalla, PortervUle «•«•
8.20 a Port Costa, Lathrop. Merced. Mo»
\u25a0 desto. Fresno. Hanford. Yfc
BaUa.Tulare.Bakersneld 4^*
S.4l* Niles, San - Jose. livermore.
Stockton CMllton). Valley
Spring. lon», Sacramento. «-••»
BMm Sonora. Tuolnnrae and A nieli — *-**I
S-00» Atlantic Express — Ofden and
East *uh
9.U* Richmond. Port Co»ta. Martinez.
and Way Stations .f**
18 JO. Vallejcv Mare Island. Napa 11.XU
1«JO« New Orleans Expresa— Bakers-
fleld, Los Anseles. Demiiyr. X
Paso. New Orieann.... — «•••»
Io^oa Port Costa. Martinez. Byron.
Tracy. Lathrop. Stockton,
Merced. Raymond. Fresno,
Gosh en Junction. Hanford.
Lemoore. Visalia. Tulare. 7.W#
1 1.00 a The Overland Umlted-Omaha,
Chicasro. Denver. Kansas City *•»»
11.40 a Niles. San Jose and Way Stations 2.4J»
2.W# Newark, Amew. San Jose_ Ufo
3.09# Benida. Winters. Sacramento.
Woodland. Knifhts Landing.
Marysvilla and Orovllle- . IWJa
ZJBp Port - Cc*ta, Martinez. Byson.
Tracy. Modesto. Merced.
Fresno . ~ w^*»
3Jlh> Via Tibnron. West Kapa, St. ,
Helena. Calistoga -_- W^S«
3.40p Portland Express, (via Davis>.
Williams, Willows. Bed Bluff.
Ashland. Portland and East «.4Sa
J.lt, Uayward. Niles and Way Sta-
tions . -"\u25a0 > <•«»
4.80» Vallejo. Martinez. San Ramon,
Napa. Calistoya. Santa Rpsa^ »-2»*
4.M» Niles. Tracy. Stockton Lodi „._ ]••»\u25a0
4Mp Elmhnrst. Newark Centerville) JMto
Amew. San Jose. Lea Gatos~ > MfJ*
4.48» Hay ward. Niles. Irvinjton. San JtZM*
Jose. Llvermore ~~ Ul.4Ss
S.OOp The Owl Limited— Newman. Lc*
Banos, Mendota. Fresno. Tv- m
lare. Bakersfield. Los Anjeies ».4«»
S^Op Hayward. Niles and San Josa___ 7.«3«
5.20p Vallej o. Port Costa. Benlcia. Sci- -
sou. Sacramento — \u25a0 — \u25a0 — H JSa
«.oOp China and Japan Fast Mill—
Ogden. Omaha. Chicago
'Martinet.. Stockton, Sacra. - M _-
mento. Reno. Sparks _. «•*••
j «.20> Hay ward. Niles and San Jose — *M»
7.00» Tonopah Pass.— Port Costa. Be-
nida. Suisnn. Elmira. Dlxon.
Davis. Sacramento. Trtrckee.
Hazen. Tonopab. GcJdneld
and Keeler TJIs
7.00p Vallejo, Crockett and Way Sta-
tions. Sunday only J . U2U
t2H Oreson Express— Sacramento.
Marysv llle. R e d d i n ». • Port- \u25a0
-- - : land. Puget Soond and tast. MBa
9.00» Fast Mail— Ok den. Omaha. Chi-
cago.— Pueblo. Kansas City.
St. Louis -^ 12-<*»
9.00> Hunters Train. Saturday only.
Newark. San Jose and way
stations . \X33%
COAST LINE
•WlTblxd and Townsend Streets)
TTt« San Jose and Way Stations «J*»
7.00 a San Mateo. Redwood. San Jenw.
Monranhill. Gilroy. Paja.ro.
- . Watsonville. Santa (Tnz— Lau-
rel— Boulder Creek. Del Monte.
Monterey. Pacinc Grove 5.40»
I.ooa Shore line Limited— San Jose.
Salinas. Pa*o Robles. Fan Luis
Obispo. Santa Barbara. Los
Angeles :.- »J»»
S.ooa Del Monte. Monterey. Padflc J--
Grove r • J0 »
B.ooa WatsonvUle. Santa Cros. Laurel. -
Boalder Creek _ >J»»
8.30 a Tlie Coaster— San Jose. Salinas.
San Ardo. Paso Robles. Santa
: Margarita. San Luis Obispo. >
Gu&dalupe. (javiota. Santa
Barbara. San Bdenaventara,
•^ Oxnard, Burbank. Los Angeles H.4S»
SJCa Gilroy. Hollister. Tres Plnos. Pa- - \u25a0 -
Jaro. Watsonville, Santa Cruz.
.:'\u25a0\u25a0• CastroviUe. Del Monte. Pacino \u25a0
Grove. Surf. Lompoc 11.43>
t.OSa South San Francisco. San Mateo.
Palo Alto. San Jo*e_ . 7.485-
10.30 a BurliHsrame. Saa Mateo. Red- _-
wood. Palo Alto.San Jose J-29»
IUOa San Jose and Way Station* 4.lS*
2.00» San Jose and Way Stations *J5« •
3.00» Del Monte Express— San Jose.
Gilroy. Watsonville. Santa
Crux. Del Monte. Monterey.
~'s "\u25a0;- - Pacific Grove : 1Z.15»
J.IS» New Orleans Express— El iwo,
y San Antonio. Houston. N«w
— Orleans and East- l«Sa
3.15* San Jose. Salinas. Paso Robles.
Santa Barbara. Los Angeles _ 9.11 a
3.15s Wattonville. Santa Cruz, Del
Monte. Monterey. Pacific
Grove : — H.4S*
3.30s Sooth San Frnncisco, San Jose.
/ ; Gilroy. Hollister. Tr« Pinos_ IfIJS«
4 JOs San Jose and Way Stations \ ii!ul
tS.OO» Burlingame. San 'Mateo. Palo
Alto. San Joae. Los Gatos .~_ tS.IM«
SJ»» Sa» Jose and Way Stations U.ot«
tS.OOp BnrUngame. San Mateo. Beres-
'. . ford.Belmont.SanCarios.Red.
wood. Fair Oaks. Menlo Park.
Palo Alto. San Jos? 7.49.
6.30b Fan Josa and Way Stations 8.35*
B.oop Sunset Express— San Jose, Sali-
nas. Paso Roblea. Ban Luis
Obispo. Santa Barbara. Los
Anftcles,Deming.El Paso.New
Orleans 10.15 a
S.OOp Golden State Limited Sleeper-
El Pa.-io. Kansas City. St. Louia. N
Chicago . ' 10.15*
B.oo* rajaro. VVfttsonviile. Capfto'la.
Santa Cru*. CastrovlUe. Pel
'*' Monte. Pacific Groveu . 11.45»
>.lSp Ocean View, Palo Alto. Saa Joss f.4ss
tI.M» Sacraßlento River Steamers. ii.OSs
4.00» Tuesdays from Howard St. Wharf
' ** No. 2, "S. S. Break w m t s r,"
Marshfield. Coqullle. Myrtle
Point. Ore. , {1.00%
•Union Transfer Company «gsnts collect
baggage and checks on trains of Soatbern
Pacific and deliver baggage to rtsidvaw*. • they
are authorized to check baggaca direct nm
residenOß. > \u25a0
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
; .' 1 (Foot of Market Street) .
7X0. 8X0. 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 a. m.
12-00. 1 JO. 200. 3.00. 4 .00. 5X0. 8X0. 8 J0. 8.00 p. M.
A for Morning. P for Aitanaoa
tSunday excested. JSunday our. .
" \u25a0',-;' k . . . rarr"
xrstos TnA^rsFEn cosn»Ajrr tr«nt*
collpct baggaee and checks on train*
of Southern Pacific and deliver iMWt-
cage to residence. They are authorized
to check bargagre direct » from rtil;
dence. Telephone "Temporary 154&."
NbRTHSHORERAILROAD
PAKL-WKEK PATS AND sF«i>*T«-.T:Oi
•7:45. J«!» . •9:15. »:sft , MtOO a. «-t «f*»
•1 45. •S:IS 4:55. ?:!&. 8:50. 6:30. T.IS, »:o<t
10:15* 11 :»5 Pvja. .
•Rcns to Sun Qnmtta. *
T-4» «. m» <J«lty. to* Ca*s4«f» aa« w«ir,
S-15 P- m-. Batwday «mly. for Casad*r» »mf w»»,
'BJs*d m!. b*n*. *r«?«>t Sar«rM<»*« uttd Bsa£sj%
MiTTAMiLPiis RAILWAY
Via Ssßtallto r»tT^— Foot of Marttrt tt.
*Xt. San Fran, I } L^ Tm f ml9^-"
W»Ttey|sijjisiy| 1 3nnd> y[ vnt
Tma "ii25"A! M-** Af »'-l» *
....... 11 00 A 2:30 P! 4:SO P
jsWiy ":« w year 4:^Ki s^iv
On Lreal Holidays Trains Run on Sun (*\u25a0«.» Tlra*.
\u25a0 '-\u25a0 TICKET QyFICg AT BAHaAI.TTO y»*HWT -.-•
BAY AXpiXTCHaiBA.S^OUTE*.^
Mm ISLAND NAVY YARD)
VALLEJO and NAPA
JfAPA.VAUBT ROCTB*
Ifontleelk. «. 8. Co. and Napa ValMj Elsetttt '£
B. Hr Co. Clo«« connections.
D-ROU.VD TRIPS TOAII.Y— « ' \u25a0 !'
Boats lears San FrancUco 7:00. *9:45 a. m^ I'
12:30 n00n.*3:13, 8^)0, •3:3opw ! m. *' .-. t
San Francisco lsndlox and ofnes. Cl*}-*tn*s !
WbarfUortn End Ferry Bnlldia*. Uarktt-«trtt« |
retry. MesLi f 1* cart*.
pton» Temporary *06. \A* •
•Lands Navyl*rd direct -
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