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PACT WITH JAPAN
A SUPREME LAW
'^ WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.— 1n discuss
ing the right of the Government to en
force treaties made by this Government
and a foreign Government, Representa
tive Foster of Vermont today, while the
House was considering the District of
Columbia appropriation bill, took pro
nounced ground in support of the Presi
dent's contention that the Government
should see to it that the treaty between
the United States and Japan is rigidly
observed.
"The constitution." said Foster, ' con
fers upon the national Government the
treaty-making power without qualify
ing- words, and provides that all treaties
made under the authority of the United
States shall be a part of the supreme
law of the land."
He said he would spend no time on
the academic question whether the
treaty-making power lies In grant or
In sovereignty, because It was his be
lief that whatever theory Is known the
power of the Federal Government Is
the same.
Foster would not say whether there
was contained expressly or lmpliedly
in the treaty with Japan a clause that
we would have to provide schools for.
the Japanese in our midst. "If It Is
contained In the treaty." he said, "and
if it la deemed unwise, there is a proper
and honest method by which to secure
its modification.
"If, however. It is In the treaty, so
long as the treaty remains in force it
is binding upon the conscience of the
people of the State, and It Is the sworn
duty of the President to enforce Its
provisions as a part of the supreme law
of the land. In doing this he should
Jwt be charged with attempting to
ctyfrce a sovereign State."
He pointed out that the power of the
Government, within Its Jurisdiction, is
"absolute and uncontrollable; It ex
trnds over the people to the farthest
corner of the remotest State."
SMALLPOX ADDS TO
FAMINE HORRORS
SHANGHAI. Jan. 16. — To the horrors
of famine have been added an outbreak
of smallpox among the refugees at
Slngkaing, necessitating the demolition
of the mat sheds erected to shelter the
thousands who have arrived there in
search of food. Captain Kirton reports
that 300,000 destitute persons have been
driven back toward their homes and
that terrible scenes are being enacted
along the line of retreat. He estimates
that a quarter of a million persons are
likely to be doomed at Singkiang alone
and 400,000 at Antung, where small re
lief works have been started.
The distress Is largely due to lack of
, means of communication and the fear
that the Chinese officials might appro
riatp any work they undertake. The
dykes being dilapidated, renewed
rains are certain to cause fresh floods.
Every house in the neighborhood of
Antung visited by Captain Kirton con
tained dead bodies or dying persons.
The relief committee, which had
IIiO.OOO tacls at its disposal, has insti
tuted relief work under foreign super
vision.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 6. — The Amerl-
A -.m National Red Cross gave out a
p^iatement today that Dr. Louis Klo
pach, editor of the Christian Herald of
New York, lias received cable news
from Ellis, who made a trip into the
famine district of China, that he finds
famine conditions worse, than reported.
He states that must be sent
within fl\-e months and that $50,000
cabled now will be of great help In pre
venting death.
The American Red Cross has com
pleted arrangement* for making- a
large shipment of flour by tbe steamer
Coptic, which will leave San Francisco
tomorrow. It is the first assignment
of foodstuff to the sufferers from this
country and amounts to 12,000 bags.
JAPANESE SERVANTS OP
ARMY OFFICERS DISAPPEAR
Circumstances Indicate That They
Were Gathering Information for
(he Mikado* Government
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. 16. — Three Jap
anese who had been employed as serv
ants by the officers at Fort Clark have
mysteriously disappeared. Their ac
tions in examining the fort and equip
ment, their close attention to the drill
ing and th« discovery that they were
.\£«Quently making memoranda led to
til c belief that they were officers of
tß* Japanese army.
KAVKOKD'E BAIL SET— C. H. TUiymmul has
been ordered by United State* Commissioner
Heftcock to appear for examination at 10 a. in.
tomorrow upon tbe churjre of taring fraudu
lently lmpenvinared a I'nited States secret aer-
Tic« agent. Hl* ball waa fixed at $2000.
JAPANESE TO TEST
THE LAW TODAY
Pupil Will Try to Enter
School, Alleging Rights
by Treaty With Empire
TO BE BASIS OF SUIT
At a conference between the School
BoarS and United States Attorney
Robert T. Devlin yesterday it was ar
ranged that the foundation for one of
the suits to be brought in settlement
of the Japanese school question should
be laid today.
At 9 o'clock this morning Kcikeichi
Aoki will ascend the steps of the
Redding Primary School and demand
admittance in the name of his Mikado
and his treaty rights. Keikcichi will
be coached in the role of champion of
the local children of Japan by his
father. T. Aoki.
His demand being made, it will be
refused by Miss M. E. Deane, teacher
of white children at the Redding
school and, for the moment, the cham
pion of the School Board. She will re
fuse to admit Keikeichi Aoki in the
name of the Board of School Directors
of the city and county of San Fran
cisco and the law of California, the
School Board having declared that Jap
anese children shall not attend the
white schools and the law of the State
having given it the right to provide
separate schools for Indians and Mon
golians.
The Issue having thus been formally
declared and determined on the door
steps of the Redding Primary, the At
torney General, in the name of the
President and through Attorney Dev
lin, will be ready to present the case
in the Federal courts for trial.
All this was arranged in detail when
tho members of the School Board con
ferred with Devlin in his office at the
Postoffice building. In its initial step
this case, which Involves an inter
national dispute and the Interpretation
of an international treaty, takes the
form of an amicable suit In \u25a0which both
parties meet to arrange the ceremonies
in advance. City Attorney Burke also
was present at the conference.
KMGIITS EFLOGIZR LATE
ARCHBISHOP MONTGOMERY
IrlKh OrjcanJcation Expresses la Reso
lutions Deep Rrgrret Over
Death of Prelate
Members of the Knights of St. Pat
rick held a meeting Monday evening
and adopted resolutions eulogizing the
late Archbishop Montgomery and ex
pressing regret over his death. The
resolutions were as follows:
AifhMshop Montgomery, whose untimely death.
In the fullness of bis powers, is deeply re
gretted by Ills fellow-citiiPUß of every creed,
was possessed of the most exalted conception
Of his duty as a minister of the posix-1. Karnest
ne*£, sincerity, leal for the we!fare of his
people, characterised his whole life, which was
piTen to the service of God with a eelf-efface
ment that made him beloved by all who knew
him. Such men ennoble human nature by the
purity and cnHelflshxn«s of their Htos. A pre
late of the church and fully conscious of the
dignity attaching to tbe high station to which
he was called, yet be was us accessible as the
humblest of his flock. lie ever sought the up
lifting of bis people to the highest moral
standard of rrllpious and civic rirtues, and the
Incalculable pond which he rendered the cause
of temperance in the organization of tbe League
of the Cross for the youth of this archdiocese
places bis name on tbe roll of great temperance
reformers with that of Father Matbew.
He was a man cf deep Fympathy and of the
kindliest nature, and do one ever consulted him
in sorrow that did not come away comforted and
consoled, feeling a better Christian and a bet
ter men. In Liv death the archdiocese, of San
Francisco suffered the loss of a distinguished
and estimable citizen, and this v'ty a he'pful
and uplifting influence. Be it therefore
Resolved by the Knights of St. Patrick, That
we. In common with . our fellow-cltlzena, deeply
regret tbe untimely death In the plenitude of
bis powers end in the midst of his great and
useful career of Archbishop Montgomery, and we
extend to bin relatives and to the Most Her.
Archbishop Biordan, his friend nnd associate,
ocr deep eympatuy at the loss which they have
sustalnod.
Resolved, That these resolutions be spread
cpon the minutes of this meeting, and that a
copy thereof be glTcn to the dally and weekly
press.
PROPERTY OWNERS SUE
TO TERSIIXATE LEASE
Georsre de Urloste Claims Terras of
Lease Were Not Lived Up to
by Thomas L Dillon
A suit to terminate the lease on prop
erty at the northeast corner of Van
NeFS avenue and McAllister street was
filed in the Superior Court yesterday
by George de Urioste against Thomas I.
Dillon, to whom be leased the property
In question on May 3, 1906, for three
years at a monthly rental of $650.
By the terms of the lease Dillon was
to commence the erection of a one
story building on the premises at once
and complete the foundation within five
weeks, on failure of which De Urloste
was to have the option of terminating
the lease. The foundation was not fin
ished within the time specified, but the
building has since been completed. Dil
lon later assigned a two-thirds interest
in the lease, of •which De Urioste, by
another assignment, has secured one
half.. '•;'
The plaintiff claims that the terms of
the lease were not carried out, and
asks to have it terminated, a receiver
appointed, and himself awarded $5000
damages and $8000 for rents and profits
which he claims Dillon has illegally
collected.
SAX FERXAXDO BOYS RCX
AWAY PROM THEIR HOMES
Low ell Herbert Smith and Prank
Snuilirra Suddenly Leave Parents
for Trip to City
J. G. Smith, an electrical engineer, of
Los Angeles, Is making efforts to locate
his 14-year-old son, Lowell Herbert
Smith, who ran away from his home
at San Fernando last Saturday night
in company with a boy of his own age,
Frank Southern. It is believed . the
boys started for Kan Francisco, but
nothing has been heard of them since
their departure.
Toung Smith Is 'described as being
five feet high, slender form, blue eyes,
dark hair, and as having a small dark
mole epot on one cheek. When last
seen he wore a gray suit with knee
pants and carried a suit case. The
Southern boy has dark auburn hair
and blue eyes and is heavier and taller
than his companion.
WORK SOOX TO BE BEGUN
OX THE MILLS BCILDIXG
Structure Will Be Restored Exactly as
It Was Before tbe April Con- \u25a0
II aeration
A large force of men will soon be
put at work on the Mills building on
Montgomery street. * The structure is
to be restored to its original condition.
An inspection has shown that almost all
of the steel work can remain and that
a large section of the walls can be
used.
D. O. Mills desires to have the build- j
ing restored as speedily as possible.
He is only waiting for a complete re
port from hie engineers to decide
whether to allot the work in bulk or to
divide It into separate contracts. Many
of the former tenants already have
made application for the offices they
occupied before the flre.
IKEUB/JfCE EVITS FlLED— Fuits for incur
line* on policies coverinis property destroyed in
the lire were filed yesterday by Emma P. An
drew* HjrnlDxt the AtlanU-Birminrham Fire In
surance Company fur $2000 and by Fisher & Co.
ac&ftist the Atlanta-Birmingham Fire Insurance
Company xor JIUOO.
THE SAN FRANCISCO ;GALL:^ THURSDAY,-- JANUARY 17, 1907:
DEATH CALLS HEAD
OF LOCAL BANK
L. Balli, president of the Swiss-Amer
ican Bank of San Francisco, died at
his home in Locarne, Switzerland, yes
terday. A cablegram brought the news
to the local officers of the bank. Balli
had never resided In San Francisco, but
owned considerable property In this
city and was Interested In many en
terprises In California. His holdings
In Switzerland were extensive, and he
was rated as one of the rjchest men
in the republic He was a large stock
holder in railroads and financial in
stitutions in his native country. For
a number of years he had been Mayor
of the city of Locarno.
4 Balli's attention was first attracted
to California by emigrants from Switz
erland, who returning to visit their
native country told of the abundant re
sources of the State.
VOLUXTEEn FIREMEN MKKT
A.\D ELECT A'EW OFFICERS
Stepben Itunner Selected President of
the Association for tbe Eninlne
Year
Members of the Volunteer Firemen's
Association held a meeting In their hall
at 1656 Ellis street Sunday evening
and elected officers for 1907 as follows:
President. Stephen Burner; first vice presi-'
dent. William H. Miller; necond rice president,
F. L. McCormark: third rice president, F. P.
Desmond; recording secretary. I. d. Johnson;
financial secretary, John Williams; treasurer,
William Kahrenkrug; board of directors — C. J.
Iteilly, 11. de Vine. J. M. Loane; trustees— H.
J. Barns, J. 0. Rellly, William Wright; sergeant
at arms, W. Kane.
MARRIAGE_LICENSES
The following marriage licenses were Issued
January 16: -
Joseph L. Jacobs, 21, and Florence Seller, 18,
both of this city.
David L. Howard, 21, and Hary T. O'Don-
nell. IS. both of this city.
Leonard Canepa, 27, 385 Paris ft., and Lil-
lian Cuneo, 21. f»08 Vallejo et.
Louis La Place, 27, 1428 Corbett aye., and
Margaret E. Curry, 27. 10C3 Corbett aye.
.Stephen L. llubbß, 37. and Lillian B. Clin-
ton. 27. 347 Presidio aye.
Herrmann I*., C. Jenssen, 22. 2CS9 Bryant
aye., and Annette Algnor, 22. 3339 Twentieth st,
Franz J. Eckberger, 26, and Louise C. Bandmo,
27. 2(S3Q Sixteenth st.
Harry Kothlcr. 27, 304 Waller St., and Anna
M. Odrers, 2fl. 4138 Twentieth et.
Frank A. Olifent, 26, 1254 Eddy Bt., and Cora
" E. Peterson. 2<5, Spokane.
Paul F. Phillips, 82, and Daisy Wlghtman, 26,
8392 fifteenth st. •
Woodley B. Fitrh, 19. 1,835 Scott st., and
Cose Delameter, 18, Santa Rosa.
OAKLAND, Jan. 16. — The following marriage
licenses were Issued today:
Charles Edward McLean, 24, San Francisco,
i and Esther Ellen Gethlngs, 25, Glen Ellen.
Frederick Ritters, 32, and Ida Meyer, 18, both
of San Francisco.
Joseph Medevios, 22, and Mary Pacheco, 17,
both of Oakland.
Frederick W. Permler. 35, and Almira Mary
Hyde. 35, both of Oakland.
Joseph Perry, 45. Oakland, and Itelvlnla Cor-
rela, 19, San Leandro.
Charles Henry Boelt. 33, and Mabel Rawllngs, '
24, both of Oakland.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
Birth, marriage and death notices »ent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be banded in at
either of the publication offices and be Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ized to have the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to tbe announcement of tbe event
are published once In this column free of charge.
BIRTHS
HEUREUX— In thia city, January 8. 1907, to
the wife of Charles O. L. Heureux, a son.
O'BRIEN — In Oakland, Cal., January 8, 1907, to
the wife of Walter J. O'Brien (nee Erwln),
a daughter.
DEATHS
Barry, John M., 80 Oulerey, Ernest E., 48
Borland, Mrs. M. M.,72 Owens. Frank J.
Brady. Patrick. 41 Patrick, Albert Bard
Brooks, Edwin G., 7 Perry, Marie E., 43
Comte, Edmund, 21 Proctor. Mamie, 39
Cooper, Teresa Rees, Katberine, 40
Doherty, Hugh Robbins, Frank, 53
Efford. Kate Bowen Schmidt. Olive H., 67
FitEgerald, Leonora D. Scott, Thomas, 66
Gill. Dolores E.. 1 Smith, Julius C, S5
Halllhan, Jeremiah Sperling, Amalia, 66
Kelleber, John, 3 mo. Traver, Eugene A., 50
Largente, Jean. 43 Walsh, Cornelius, 75
McCarthy, Mary, 46 Walsh, Bridget, 72
McKenney. Jaa. M.. 26 Walsh. Margaret. 22
Morgan, William, 40 Welch, Capt. H. H., 70
Olsen, Ole A.. 42 Wemple, Dr. E. L.. 5S
Ott, Mary, 01
BARRY— In Vallejo. Cal., January 13, 1907.
John M., beloved husband of Mary Barry, and
loving father of Mary and the late Nellie
Barry, a native of the parish of Rosscar-
berry. County Cork, Ireland, aged 80 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral, which will be
held from his late residence, 501 Sonoma
street, Vallejo, Cal.. at 9:30 o'clock, this
(Thursday) morning, January 17. thence to St.
\ lncent's Church, where a requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 10 o'clock. Interment In St. Vin-
cent's Cemetery, Vallejo.
BORLAND — In Oakland. Cal., January 15, 1907,
Mrs. Margaret M. Borland, beloved mother
of Mrs. L. C. Vanderwerker of Nome.
Alaska, and James E. and Alex J. Borland
of Oakland, a native of Germany,, aged 72
yeara 8 months and 27 days.
BRADY — In the City and County Hospital.
January 16. 1907, Patrick Brady, a native of
Pennsylvania, aged 41 years.
BROOKS— In this city, January 10, 1907,' Ed-
win G. Brooks, dearly beloved son of Al-
pbeus B. and Mary C. Brooks, and brother
of Alpheus B. Brooks Jr. and George F. and
William C. Brooks, a native of San Fran-
cisco, Cal., aged 7 years 8 months and 19
days n.
The funeral services will be held tomor-
row (Friday), at lf> o'clock a. m., at the
family residence, 1827 Thirty-fourth street,
Oakland. Interment private.
COMTE — In Tuscon, Arizona, January 11, 1907.
Edmund Comte, son of A. Comte Jr., and
brother of Mrs. Robert E. O'Connell, Lau-
rence H. and George A. Comte, aged 21
yearn.
The funeral will take place today (Thurs-
day), January 17, at 9:30 o'clock, from the
residence of his father, 102 Guerrero street,
thence to Mission Dolores Church for mass
at 10 o'clock. Interment St. Mary'e Ceme-
tery, Oakland. Kindly omit flowers.
COOPER — In this city, January 16, 1907, Te-
resa, dearly beloved and devoted mother I of
.Mary Cooper, a native of Dublin, Ireland.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Fri-
day), at 9 o'clock a.~m., from the parlors of
Carew & English. 1618 Geary street, thence
to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a solemn re-
quiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her noul, commencing at 9:30 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Thirtieth - street and San
Jose avenue.
DOHERTY— In thia city, January 15, 1907,
Hugh, tbeloved father of Isabella Doherty, son
of the late Hugh and Mary A. Doberty, and
brother of John and Fannie Doherty and Mrs.
Alfred Marslcb of Brooklyn, N. V., and the
late Mrs. T. H. Soule and Dennis Doherty
a native of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day), at 12:30 p. m.. from the funeral parlors
of Mcßrearty & McCormlck, 915 Valencia
utreet, near Twentieth, thence to St. James
Church, where services will be held at 1 p. m.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
EFFORD — In this city, January 14, 1907, Kate
Bowen, dearly beloved daughter of the late
N. C. and Margaret Efford, and sister of Rob-
ert J. and N. Cllft Efford, Sirs. C. H. Annls
Jr., Mrs. Ed Johnson and Mrs. A. V. Ander-
son, a native of San Francisco, Cal.-
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Thure-
day), from her late residence, : i3is>A Guer-
rero utreet, • thence to St. James - Church
Twenty-third and Guerrero streets, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for
tbe repose of her soul, at 10 a. m. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car
from Thirtieth street and San Jose avenue.
FITZGERALD— Ia this city, January 15, 1907,
Leonora • Downing, beloved wife of Daniel Fitz-
gerald, loving mother :of ' Cans B. Downing,
and daughter of Bridget and . the late Neli
Barr, a native of \u25a0 San Francisco, Cal.
Friends are Invited to . attend the funeral
today (Thursday), at 12 m., from the parlors
of Samuel McFadden & Co., 1070 Height
street, near Baker, thence to St. Charles Bor-
romeo's Church, where «ervices , will be ' held
at 1 p. m. Interment Holy, Cross Cemetery.
GILL— In Oakland. Cal.,' January 1«,~ 1907, Do-
lorea Emma, Infant daughter, of. William i Ad-
ams and Dolores E. Gill, a native of Colusa,'
Ctl., aged 1 'year i 6 months and \ 25, days.
HALLIHAN— In this "dry. January 16.; 1907, Jer-
emiah Halllhan, beloved uncle of Dennis , Fltc-
cerald, Mary Davis, « and ; Margaret and Jere-
mlah Hallliian, a native of Baltimore, County
Cork, .Ireland, t. .. \u25a0 ' •' _
\u25a0 Notice' of fnneral hereafter. Remains -at
tbe_parlors of D.-I. Kenny & Co., 1719 Eddy
. street, near Scott.
KELLEHER— In this city," January 1(5, 1007,
Jobn Kelleher. dearly belovod son of 'James
J. and Rosp Kelleber, and beloved brother of
Veronica and the. late James KelLbpr Jr.,. a
native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 3 months
and 7 days. • \u0084 :
The funeral will take pl»<* tomorrow (Frl-*
day). at 10 o'clock a. m., from: thp parlors
s of"Gantner Bros., 34C0 Sixteenth street, be-
tween Church and Sanchez. -
LARGE.VTE^ — In this city, January. 14, 1007,
Jean Largente, beloved husband of Genevieve,
and father of Therese Largente. ; and brother
of Mrs. Lande, and brother-in-law of Mr.; and
Sirs. Palllassou and Mr. Lande, and nephew of
J. P. Juncas. a native of- France, ajred 43
years 9 months and IS days. ; A member of
Richmond Camp >»'o. 470, - Woodmen .of the
' World.
Friends ' and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Thare- i
day), at 1 o'clock p. m. t from the parlors of
J. S.- Godeau, 2123 Bush street, thence to
Thirtieth street and San Jose avenue by elec-
tric car. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MCCARTHY— In Oakland. Cal., January 15. IW>7,
Mary McCarthy, relict of the - late Timothy
McCarthy, and beloved mother of Thomas
and Jeremiah McCarthy, and aunt ; of .: John
Good, a native of County Cork, Ireland,, aged
46 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day), January 17, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., from
her late residence. 1713 Broadway, thence
to St. Francis de Sales Church, Oakland, for
services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by
electric car from the ferry on arrival of the
1 o'clock Creek boat.
McKENNEY— In this city, January 16, ' 1007.
James M.. McKenney, beloved son of.. Daniel
and the late Cella McKenney, stepson of
~ Rose MeKennev. brother of .John McKonney
nnd the late Mre. Mamie Hornbeck and Daniel
McKenney, and uncle of Frances Ilornbeck,
a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 2C years.
MORGAN— In this city, January 15, 1907. Wil-
liam Morgan, beloved husband of the late Ab-
bie Morgan, father of Ellen - Morgan, : and be-
loved brother of Mre. James Downey, a native
of KUkcel, County Down, Ireland, aged 40
years. . - - i
The funeral will take place .tomorrow (Fri-
day), at 0:30 a. m., from his late residence,
1226 Railroad avenue. South" San Francisco,
thence to All Hallows Church, \ where a sol-
emn requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of bis soul, at 10 a. m. Interment
, Holy Cross Cemetery.
OLSEN— In Alameda. Cal., January 15. 1907,
Ole August Olsen, beloved *on of .. Captain
Hans and Amelia Olsen of Norway, brother of
Mrs. Claus Arneson of Chicago and George and
Helena Olsen of nalnestrand, Norway, and
nephew of Chris Olsen of " Oakland, Cal., a
native of Halnestrand, Norway, aged 42 years.
OTT— In this city, January 16, 1007, Mary, be-
loved wife of the late J. W. Ott, and loving
mother of Ray F., Arthur S. and Mary A.
Ott, and Mrs. C. S. Church, a native of San
Francisco, Cal., aged 51 years and 8 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
OULEREY— In thia city, January 14, 1907,
Ernest E. Oulerey, a native of Switzerland,
aged 48 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Friday),
at 12 o'clock m., - from the parlors of Julius
•S. Godeau, 2123 Bnsh street, near Flllmore,
thence to Mission Masonic Hall, 2GGB Mission
street, where services will be held under the
auspices of Amity Lodge No. 370, F. and A.
M., commencing at 1 o'clock. Interment
\u25a0 lawn Cemetery.
OWENS— In this city, January 14. 1907, Frank
J. Owens, youngest dearly beloved brother of
Edward, James V., Ellen and tbe late John M.
Owens, a native of Ireland.
Friends anil acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the fnneral today (Thurs-
day), at 9:.1O o'clock a. m..- from his late resi-
'. dence, -1311 • Fifth avenue. Sunset . District,
thence to St. Anne'e Church, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
poul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car
from San Jose avenue and Thirtieth street.
PATRICK— In this city, January 15, 1907. Al-
bert Bard Patriot, beloved father of Albert
E., Harris F., Florence T., 'Edward L. Patrick
and Mrs. K. J. Cote, a native of Montrose, Pa.
(St. Louis papers please copy.)
The funeral will take plac« from bis late
residence. 612 Stelner street, today (Thurs-
day), at 10 a. m. Friends are invited. Inter-
ment private.
PERRY— In this city.- January. 10, 1907, Marie
Eugenia, beloved wife of the late Henry C.
Perry, devoted mother of Vlrgie and Ruth
Perry, danghter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.-Cbar-
trand, and sister of Mrs. C. M. Johnson, Mrs.
Chßrles 11. Spear, Mrs. M.R. Johnston- and
Mrs. Eva Negley, a native of Alameda County,
Cal.. aged 43 years 9 months and 22 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited -to attend
the funeral services Saturday, at 2 p. m., at
her late residence, 2324 Howe street, Berke-
ley, Alameda County, Cal. Interment Moun-
tain View Cemetery.
PROCTOR— In the City and County Hospital,
January 16, 1907, Mamie Proctor, a native
of California, aged 39 years......
REES— In this city. January? 15,- 1907, Kath-
erlne, beloved wife of Alexander ' Ree«, de-
voted mother of Louisa Reps,— -a nfl sister* of
Matthias Radennacher -of St.- " Louis, Mo., a
native of St. Louis, Mo., aged 40 years and
29 days. o \- '..
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully I
Invited to attend, the funeral • today (Thurs- i
day), at 1:30 p. in., from the- parlors of
H. F. Suhr &, Co., 2010 Mission street, be-
tween Twenty-flfth and Twentyrsiith. Inter-
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery.' ",."
ROBBINS— In this city. January 15, 1907. Frank
Robbing, eon of Edwin Robbins of Arlington,
Mass., and grandson of the late Nathan Rob-
bins of Boston, Mass., and beloved husband of
Katherlne A. Uobblns, and beloved father of
Edwin Parker* and Josephine Robbins, a native
of Boston, Mass., aged 53 years and 4 months.
(Boston papers please copy.). •
Funeral and interment private. Please omit
flowers.
SCHMIDT— In this city', January 15, 1907, Olive
H., beloved wife of Val Schmidt, a native
of Michigan, aged 67 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
- Invited to attend the - funeral services, to be
held tomorrow (Friday), at. 10:30 a. m... un-
der the auspices of Olive Branch Chapter, O.
E. S., at their hall. 159 Church street, thence
to I. O. O. F. Cemetery for cremation..
Officer* and members of Olive Branch Chap-
ter No. 169, O. E. 5.,-are hereby -notified to
attend the funeral of our Past Matron, Sister
Olive H. Sc&mldt. on Friday morning, at 10:30
• o'clock, from their ball, 159 Church , street.
By order of "— '\u25a0 -I - .\u25a0-,-. • -\u25a0-.-\u25a0
RAY GOLDSMITH, Worthy Matron.
BADIE J. KAHN, Secretary.
SCOTT — In this cltyi January 16, 1907. Thomas
Scott, beloved husband of tbe late Helen M.
Scott, and beloved father of J. .Winfleld.
Thomas S., Charles W., Walter E. and Rnby
C. Scott and Mrs. narriet B Nelson, a native
of England, aged • 6ft years. A member of
Mount Diablo Lodge No. 91, A. O. U. W.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral Saturday, January
19, at 2 o'clock p. m., from his late residence,
158 Cook street, off Point Lobos avenue. Cre-
mation Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
SMITH— In this city, January 15, 1907, Julius
C, beloved husband of Laura Fay Smith,
devoted father of Gladys Smith, son of
Charles C. and Mary. Smith, and brother of
Mrs. Kate Tarwater. Mrs. Thomas B. Towle,
and Charles C. Jr.. Frank J.. William A.,
Henry C, Oscar 8., Louia A. and Walter
S. Smith, a native of San- Jose, Cal., aged
35 years 8 months and 22 days. (San Jose,
Cal., papers please : copy.) . :
Funeral and Interment San Jose, Cal. Re-
• mains at the parlors of H. F. Suhr & Co.,
2919 Mission street, between Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth, until 3 p. m. today (Thurs-
day).
SPERLING— In this city, January . 15, 1907,
Amalia, beloved wife of C. F. Sperling, and
beloved mother of P. C. Sperling, Mre."< T.
J. Clansen and William Sperling, a native
of Berlin. Germany, aged 66 ' years 3 months
• and 10 days. >;\u25a0 \u25a0-.>•,:"-"\u25a0 . \u25a0'< v > d,r :--;\u25a0",. -::?s*rc-\ r .
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Fri-
day), January 18, 1907, at 10 o'clock, from
her late residence, 1184 Treat avenue, thence
to Thirtieth street ' and San Jose avenue for
electric funeral car. Interment Mount - Oli-
vet Cemetery.
TRAVER— In the City and County Hospital,
January 10, : 1907. Eugene . A. Traver, a ' native
of Vermont, aged 50 years.
WALSH — In tlila city, "January 12, 1907, Cor-
nelius Walsh, a native of Ireland, aged 75
years. Assistant Engineer Exempt Fire De-
partment. J ,f ' , - .'
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services today (Thursday), at
0:45 a.m., at the chapel of N. Gray &-Co.;
219G Geary street, corner of Devlsadero, un-
der tbe auspices of the Exempt Fire Company.
Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
H. D.- HUDSON, President.
J. J. GUILFOYLE. Secretary. -
WALSH— In this city, January 15, 1907, Mar-
garet Agnes, dearly beloved djughter of Mar-
garet and the late Arthur Walsh, and beloved
ulster of -Alice, Frank, James and Eugene
Walsh, Mrs. J. F. McCarthy . and Mrs. G.
Lillls, a native " of San ; Francisco, Cal., " aged
.22 years and 18 days.
Friends and . acquaintances are •' respectfully
Invited to attend ; tbe funeral . today (Thurs-
day), January 17/ at 12:30 o'clock p. m., from
her late residence, 418 Twenty-ninth street,
thence to St. Paul's Church for services, ' com-
mencing at 1 . o'clock ' p. w. , Interment , Holy
Cross ' Cemetery.
WALSH— In this city. January IC, 1007, Bridget
Walsh, beloved mother of Mrs. J. banian,-, a
native of County Kerry. Ireland, aged "72
years.; .- •.;.;>\u25a0 ,"" \u25a0: \u25a0 \ \u25a0 ' :-;•- '\u25a0 '
Remains at "the funeral :; parlors of J. CV
O'Connor & Co., 770 . Tnrk street. . \u25a0> ;
WELCH— In this city; ; January". 16, 1907, Cap-
tain Heiiry 11. Welch, a native of New York,
aged 76 years 2 ; months \u25a0 and '\u25a0 21 days. - (Syra-
c use. N. V., papers > please copy.) / ... ;
Friends s and \u25a0 acquaintances ~ are- respectfully
Invited to attend 'the funeral ? services- tomor-
row (Friday), January. 18,'fat^l,o'elock;p.-m.,-
a t the pa rlors -of ? the 1 California I Undertakers,-
2210 Stelner • street,' between > Sacramento » and
: Clay, :; under '\u25a0 the ; auspices Jof : ; tbe « California
Pioneers. Incineration ; 1 .1 0 . \ O ; ; ; F; ; Cemetery."
WEMPLE— In .this ?city,> January '} 15, i 1907,'{ Dr/
; E. . L". iWcmple,* beloved \u25a0 husband '\u25a0 of Annie « I .*.
; ; Wemple, : father/of . E3 L.k Wemple Jr., t Muriel
-\u25a0 'Wemple, ,.- Edwards '\u25a0\u25a0!\u25a0 and •\u25a0" Edna .»V,Vmple;""and
, brother « of * Frances * Latham.'V Llbby^- Blglow,!
UatUeWUlls and. E.;U.;. Wemple,: a native of
\u25a0' Jamestown, N." V., "aged CS years 6 ' months
'\u25a0 and 3 days. ' iUH^^'vA"^ i ' tf WfIIPWII' 1
Friends are respectfully : invited to attend
the funeral serriccs Saturday, January , 19, at
10:30 a. m., at the ..Howard , Presbyterian
Chnreh, \u25a0 corner of Oak and Baker streets. • In-
terment' private. -_ ,
CYRUS S." WRIGHT.
•'"> GEO. IL CLARK.
A. P. BOOTH.
HAROLD L. WRIGHT.
N GRAY & CO.
UNDERTAKERS,
2198 GEARY ST., COR DEVISADERO.
Telephone West 4707. -'
FRANK VAYR
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
new establishment,
770 TURK ST. betwffn Van Nesai
Aye. and Franklin St.
Lady attendant. Tel Franklin 1911.
McBREARTY & McCORMICK
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
915 VALENCIA ST., NEAR 20TH
Formerly of McFadden. Mcßrearty & Green-
Telephone Marhet 07. '
P. F. GREEN \u25a0;« CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
NE. cor. Sixteenth and Guerrero sts.
Formerly of McFadden, Mcßrearty & Green.
, Telephone Special 1067.
H. J. Gallagher Undertaking Co.
1314 WEBSTER (it., bet. Ellis & O'Farrell. Tel.
West 3925. DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Pres. &
Manager; JOHN DOUGHERTY. Vice Pres.
O: SELLINfiER. H. METZLER.
METZLER'S UNDERTAKING COMPANY
1952 Folßom St.. bet. 14th and 15th.
PHONE MARKET Iflfl.
VALENTE, MARINI & CO.
UNDERTAKERS
3448 MISSION STREET, ,
Xrnr Thirtieth. Tel. Special 252.
WOODLAWX CEMETERY
San Mateo Co.
Finest and Best Equipped Recelrlng Vault and
Chapel.
(Masonic Cemetery Association.)
Office 11.%4 O'Farrell St.
TIIKODOR DIERKS 6: CO.,
Undertaker*,
900 Devlnadero St., cor. McAllister.
Telephone Went 4504.
California Undertaking Co.
2210 STEINER STREET
Between Sacramento and Clay. Phone West 1321.
McAVOY, O'HARA & CO.
UNDERTAKERS
Are now Permanently Located at
2649 MARKET ST.. bet. 16th and 17th.
:*\u25a0,.-.-' Tel. Market 154.
UNITED UNDERTAKERS,
FUXEBAL DIRECTORS.
S6OB Howard at., nr. 22d Phone Special 276
MONAHAN & CO.
Funeral Director* and Embalmen.
' Private Residence Accommodations. •
Offlce S. W. cor. 25th and Guerrero sts.
Phone Market 36.
1 GEO. V W. LDNT. HENRY C. BUNKER.
BUNKER «fc LUNT,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Minslon Mannnlc Temple.
2GC6 Mission St.
Phone Market 2020. ,
D. I. KENNY & Co.
—UNDERTAKERS—
1710 EDDY STREET, Near Scott
Phone West 2645.
Cypress Lawn Cemetery
OFFICE ISSO SUTTEB ST.,
Near Van Neas aye.
Roams 5 and 6. Phone Franklin 1539
CAREW & ENGLISH
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
. 1018 GEARY STREET, s
Between Iluchannn and Webster.
\ . Phone .West 2004.
I CRAIG, COCHRAN & CO. I
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
llflft .Valencia St., near 23d St.
Telephone Market 161.
H. P. PETERSEN
Funeral ' Director and Embalmer, 1940 and 1942
Post street, between Fillmore and Stelner. Ele-
eant residence funeral parlors. Personal services
under 'all conditions. Phone West 6333.
i SAMUEL McFADDEN &. CO.
UNDERTAKERS '
The firm of McFadden, Mcßrearty & Green baring
dlssolTed partnership, all bills dne the late flrm
are payable at tbe parlors of Samuel McFadden
Ac Co. \u25a0 •
1070 Halffht mt., nr. Baker. Tel. Park 12
PHONE MARKET 132.
Qatitner Bros,
UNDERTAKERS AND ' EMBAL.YIERS,
8460 SIXTEENTH STREET, .
' Between Church and Sanchez. \u0084 .
. . OCEAN TRAVEL
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
(Oriental Steamship Co.)
nave Opened Their General Offlce at -
217-221 Brannan St, San Francisco
S. S. "Hong Kong Maru" ' (calls at Manila),
Thursday, January 24, 1907.
' B. S. "America Maru," Wednesday,' February
13, 1907. " „. \u25a0'••••\u25a0
S. S. "Nippon Maru," Wednesday, March 18,
1907.
Steamers will leaye wharf, corner First an<}
Brannan ' streets, 1 - p.' m., for Yokohama and
Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe - (Hlojro),
Nagasaki and Shanghai, and connecting at Hong-
kong with steamers for. Manila, India, etc. No
cargo received on board on day of sailing.
Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
\u25a0 For freight and passage apply at offlce. corner
First and Brannan " streets. . -
; W. H. AVERT. -
Assistant General Manager.
OCEANIC S.S. CO.
'! - "" \u25a0\u25a0: ,\u25a0\u25a0 >j *-.".\u25a0"'.'•: '\u25a0 -' ' \u25a0 / : 'r <\u25a0:\u25a0'\u25a0'"
SYDNEr i AUCKLAND. SAMOA. HONOLULU—
• .8. S. Ventura salla 2 p. m. Jan. 18. Cbrlst-
\u25a0' church (International ' Exhibition) and return,
'"first. $208.60: second. $1228.60. ,
HONOLULU only — S. S." Alameda sails 11 a. m.
• Jan r 28, 1907. • Rormd trlp.t first class, $ 125. -..
TAHITA. SOUTn SEAS— B. S. Marlposa , salla
-\u25a0 at r 11 a. • m. Feb. 2. ;. First-class round trip,
:J:sl23.' •. ' ,\u25a0'.. \;: -..V,: -\., -•..-:• \u0084\u25a0 "..\u25a0,'.•.\u25a0• \u0084 \u25a0
J..D. SPRECKELS * BROS. CO.,
S8 Clay Street,' San Francisco.
. Passenger Department, -673 Market St.
' Phone "Temporary; 1231"
; ;;COHPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLUmQUE
; ; t DIRECT, LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. . .
i- Sailing i every ' Thursday/ Instead of ' Saturday,
at : 10 . a. - m.; from Pier, 42, - North River, foot of
Morton street., .--.,. * . .• • \u25a0-\u0084-•- ._ ,:
£\u25a0'•> First \ class to Havre, ' $70 . and , upward. Second
'class ito i Havre,* $45 and ! npward. - GENERAL
\u25a0AGENCY; FOR -UNITED i STATES AND CAN-
ADA; v 32 •-' Broadway ; - (Hudson 5 Building), i- New
• York, is J. 'A F. ' FUGAZI," manager \u25a0 Pacific >- Coast.
630 ' Montjromery : street, s San Francisco. . Tickets
sold by all Railroad Ticket Agents.'
AUCTIONSALES
2a£
105 Gentle, Broke, Utah
Draft anil Driving Horses
AT AUCTION
5O LIGHT WAGOX, HORSES at 1 p.m.
55 DRAFT HORSES at 8 p. m.
Horses on exhibition Sunday. No ontside
horses will be offered.
SALE TUESDAY, Jan. 22
WESTERN HORSE MARKET,
297 Valencia st.
I WILL SELL
AT AUCTION
Saturday, Jan. 19th, at II a. m.
25. head of LARGE and SMALL HORSES. 4
BUSINESS BUGGIES, 5 RUBBER TIRE RUN-
ABOUTS. 6 WAGONS (LIGHT). 20 SETS of
DODBLE and SINGLE HARNESS,
At 565 4th St., Oakland, rain or shine.
J. W. MEDEIROS, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE
£& £& 5^5
SATURDAY, January 19, at 11 a. m.
ARCADE STABLES. 031 to 037 FOLSOM ST.
I will sell 20 good younir horses: also 2
mares In foal weighing 1500 lbs., 5 years old;
also 16 all-purpose horses.
JOnN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer.
. OCEAJf TRAVEL
•'-*\u25a0- . \u25a0
-^rp-~s^ . Steamers Leave Broadway
><£\Ji=-soVy Wharves
(rafj < For LOS
\X\^y ANGELES,
SAN DIEGO,
SANTA BARBARA
SANTA ROSA.. Every Sunday. 10a.m.
STATE OF CAL Every Thursday. 10 a. m.
forSEA TTLE, TA COMA,
VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Puget Sound & Alaskan Ports
SENATOR.. Jan. 17. Feb. 1. 11 a. m.
UMATILLA .Jan. 22. Feb. 6, 11 a. m.
CITY OF PUEBLA Jan. 27, Feb. 11. 11 a. m.
End Every Fifth Day Thereafter.
For EUREKA (Humboldt £ar)
POMONA. ....Jan. 19, 25. 31. 1:30 p.m.
CITY OF TOPEKA...Jan. 16. 22. 28.1:30 p.m.
CORONA.... 1:30 p. m.
ForGUAYMAS, MAZATLAN,
LAPAZy ENSENADA, SAN
JOSE DEL CABO, ALTATA
CURACAO... Feb. 7. 10 a. m.
Low rates — Including Berth and Meals.
Right Reserved to Change Thia Schedule.
TICKET OFFICES:
San Francisco. 3 Market st. and Broadway Whart
Telephone Temporary 492.
Oakland oes Broadway
San Francisco Freight Offlce. Broadway Whart
CD. DUNANN. G. P. A.. San Francisco.
fiamburg-Jtmerican.
Twin Screw Passenger Service
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOU RG— HAMBU RG.
Patricia Jan. 12 Pennsylvania ..Feb. &
Pretoria Jan. 19 Amerika Feb. 16
Kais.Ang.Vict. Jan.2C Graf Waldersee Feb. 23
Bosnia Feb. 2 Batavia March 2
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE
TO GIBRALTAR, NAPLES AND GENOA.
•Moltke .. Jan. 2») •Hamburg Feb. IP
a*Deutschland .Feb. 4| Romanic March 9
•Has Grillroom and Gymnasium.
aaMedlterranean and Orient Cruise, 79 days.
a Lea« than elKbt darn to Italy,
twelve days to Alexandria.
Toursdetuxe
' 52 days' trip costing $365, Including all neces-
sary expenses.
Travel Bureau R. R. Tickets, hotel accommo-
dations and general Information about foreign
travel. Travelers* Checks, good all over the
world. - :
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE
808 Market St., San Francisco.
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth — Cherbourg — Southampton
Philadelphia — Queens town — Liverpool.
' ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
NEW YORK— LONDON DIRECT.
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
NEW YORK, ROTTEPajAM. via BOULOGNE.
RED STAR LINE . ;:'; :'
NEW YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
WHITE STAR LINE
NEW YORK— QTTEESSTOWN— LIVERPOOL. *
BOSTON— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
tSe MEDITERRANEAN xzw&b
FROM NEW YORK.
Cedrlc. Feb. 16. 8:30 a. m. I 21,000
Celtic... .March 2, 7 a. m. f TONS
Cretic... March 30. noon; May. 9; June 20
FROM BOSTON.
Republic... Feb. 2. 1 p. m; Mareh'lB
Can0p1c...... Feb. 23, 7 a.m.; April 10
G. N. KOEPPEL. Passenger Agent Pacific Coast,
207 Monadnock Building.
RAILWAY TRAVEL
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY.
Boats' Leave Tiburon Ferry,., foot of Market st.
From S. F. for Tiburon. Belvedere and San
Rafael— Week Days— 7:4o. 0:15, •11:00 A.' M.,
12:35, 3:30. 5:10, 6:30 P. U. Sundays— 7:4o.
8:15. *ll:00 A. M.. 12:35, 8:30, 5:10, 6:30
P. M.
From San Rafael for S..F. — Week Days — 6:15.
7:40, 7:55. 9:25. 11:16 A. M.. 12:50, S:4O
'5:00, 5:20 P. M. Sundays— 6:ls. 7:40. 7:55,
9:25 A. M., 8:40, 5:00, 5:20, 6:30 P. M.
From Tiburon for S. F. — Week Days — 6:45. 8:17,
9:55. 11:36 A. M^, 1:10, 4:05. 5:45 P. M
Sundays— 6:4s. 8:17. 9:55. 11:35 A. M., 1:10,
4:05. 5:45. 6:55 P. M. -. ,
Leave S. F. I — - , -— __g____
DESTINATION !
Wk d?»jSiind'g ISnnd's jWk dys
7:40 a I 7:40 a 8:47 a 8:47 a
.. . 9:15 a 10:25 a 10:25 a
R:3O p 3:30 p Irnado. 6:20 p 6:20 d
5:10 p 5:10 p 7:30 p ...... .
i-Ad i I : 8:47 a| A:47"a
7:40 a Novato. 10:25 a 10:25 a
• 3:30 p 9:15 a Petaluma. 6:20 p 6:20 p
5:10 i) 3:30 p Santa Rosa. 7:30 p .......
i^iAii. 5:10 p ;.
7:40 a 10:25 a 10:25 a
....... 7:40 a Fulton. 8:20 p 6:20 n
3:30 p 3:30 p
I 1 Windsor. j j
Healdsburg.
7:40 a 7:40 a Lytton. , 10:25 a 10:25 a
3:30 p 3:30 p Geyersvllle. 6:20 p 6:20 p
"\u25a0 -« „\u25a0-'. and Cloverdale.
7:40 a "7:40 al Hopland 10:25 a 10:23 a
8:30 p 3:30 p and Uklah. 6:20 p 6:20 p
7:40 a 7":40 a ~ " 10:25 aJ10:25 a
3:30 p 3:30 p Onernevtlle. 6:20 p 6:20 p
7:40 a 7:40 a! j 8:47 a "8:47 a
5:10 p ... Sonoma, y 6:20 p 6:20 d
• -I^jl B:1 ° P. Glen Ellen - ••....
"7:40 al 7:40 al •\u25a0 ••" • Tolas a 10723~a
3:30 p 3:30 p SebastopoL 6:20 p 6:20 d
5:10 p 5:10 p ±.;t;S.. .. .
~ < Wlllits and " ~" — "T"
\u00847:40 a 7:40 a .' Sherwood : 6:20 p 6:20 p
•Tiburon only.
STAGE CONNECTIONS. -
- Stages connect at GREENBRAE for San Qnan-
tln: at SANTA ROSA for White Sulphur Springs
and Mark West Spring; at FCLTON for Burke'a
Sanatorium ; : at LYTTON for Lytton Springs; at
OEYSERVILLE for Skaggs Springs; at CLOVER-
DALE for the Geysers. \u25a0 Boonvllle, PhUo, El*
and, Greenwood; at HOPLAND for Dttncan
Springs, Highland Springs, Kelseyville. New
Carlsbad Springs, Soda Bay, Lakeport. Bartlett
Springs; at UKIAH for Vichy Springs, Saratoga
Springs, ' Blue Lakes, Lanrel Dell v Lake. Witter
Springs, Upper Lake, Porno, \u25a0 Potter Valley, John
Day's, 'Llerley'a. Hullville. _ Orr'a Hot Springs,
Handler < Half- Way House. Hopkins,- Comptche.
Mendoclno City, Fort Bragg,' Westport and Usal;
at WILLITS for Hearst and Sawyers j at SHER-
WOOD for ; Fort Bragg, LaytonvlUe, - r Westport,
Oovelo. Oummlngs, Bell's • Springs,- Harris. \u25a0 Hub-
bard, Frultland, Dyersvtlle, - Garberrtlle, Pepper-
wood, Camp. 8, Scotia and Eureka.
Boats a leave i Tiburon Ferry, foot ,of Market
street, • and connect : with • trains : at \u25a0 Tiburon.
.;. General Office:' .
FERRY BUILDING.* SANi FRANCISCO.
JAS. i AGLER, . General Manager. - .
B. X. RYAN. Gen. Passenger and Freight Agt.
~ "'"""' RAILWAY TRAVEL.
><vTf7^v - Timkt kaTt aa4 «r* Am
f^plsSjn San Francisco
\£sZT>*sy FERRY DEPOT
Foot of Market Straet
LeaT« -VIA. OAKLAM) PIER— ArrlT<i
7-Wa Zlmlra.VacaTllle. Winters, Rtmv
sey i »•«»
7.08 a Richmond. Benicia. Sacramento.
Sulsun and Way Stations 7.48»
T.Ma Dayl3. Woodland. MsurysvUle,
Chico. Red Bluff— OtotUl© 7.43»
7^«a E:»hurst Newark. Centerrille.
San Jow, Los Gatos. Wrisht _ S.iip
7.41 a Vallejo. Napa, Calistoira. Uanta
Rosa, Martinez. Saa Ramon.... CIS*
7.43* Nilas. Plea&anton. LlTenaoro.
Tracy. Latttrop. Stockton 7JI»
«.Wa Shasttiicpre3S-(Vitt DaTls.)
WUHams. Willows. R«d Bluff.
Ashland, Portland and East.- 6.21»
S.2t» Murtinez. Ah tioch. Fyron. Tracy.
Stockton. Newman. Lo* Banoa.
Mendota. Armona, Hanfoxd. 4.OS*
. Visaiia. PortervUl© *M*
B^oa Porf Costa. Lathrop. Merced, Mo-
desto. Fresno. Harrford. Vl-
salta.Tnlare.BaVexsfleld^ 4.48»
8.48 a NHes, San Joae. livenqore,
Stockton CMilton). Tall«y
Spring. lone, Sacramento. 4.03»
349 a Sonora.TnolutaneandAnrels.._ 4.M>
5.00 a Atlantic Express — Ogden and
Kast 4JJ»
9.4ta Richixoml. Fort Costa. Martinez.
and Way Stations ,— *\u25a0***
19.28 a Vallejo. Mare* Island. Napa \l3to
10.21 a New Ofieans Express— Bakers-
fleld, Los Angeles, Demlnar, £1
Fas©. New Orleans *.M»
Io^oa Port Costa. Martinez. Byron.
Tracj.^Lathrop. Stockton.
M»rced. Raymond. Fresno.
Gosh en Junction. Hanfoxd.
Lemoore. Viaaiia. Tula re. 7.05»
ll.ee* The Ovexlamd Limited— Osanha.
Chicacq. Demrer. Kansas City T2%*
11.40* Nlle3. San Jose awl Way Stations 2.4*»
2.08* Newark, Agnew. San Jose 7-23»
. 3.0«» Benlcfa, Winters. Sacramisny>.
Woodland, Kaights Landin*.
Mary sville and Ororille WJU
320+ Port Costa, Martinez. Byown.
Tracy. Modesto. Marted. m
Fresno i 12.08*
3Mp Via Tlbnron. West Kapa. St '
Helena, Oklistoga l»-25«
3.U9 Portland Kxpress, (via DaviJ>.
WilUams. Willows. Red Blnfl.
Ashland, rortland aud Ea/t 9.4««
3.4H Hay ward. Niles and Way Bta-,
Uons — .- 7.4J»
4.M» Vallejo. Martlnai. San Ramon,
Napa, Calistoga. Santa Rosa_ 9JI«
4.KJ» Nlles. Tracy. Stockton Lodi _„: 1«»*
4.20» Elmhnut. Newark CentemU«> +«-44*
Ainew. San Joss. Los Gatoa_ » tl0.4««
4.4t* Haywartl. Niles^ Irrlnzton. San i«J««
Jose, LiTermore^ Jll.4l«
5.0« v The Owl Limited— Newman. Lo»
Banes. Mendota. Freeno. Tu-
lare. Bakewfleld, Los Angeles *M*
SJH Hay ward. Niles and San *»•__. »••»•
5.20* Vallejo. Port Coata. Uenida. Sni- \u25a0
suu, Sacramento — — IL2S»
«.00p China and Japan Fast Mail—
Osden, Omaha. Cbicago _
Martinez. Stockton. Sacra-
mento. Reno. 3pariM . 12.43*
C2O» Hay ward. NUes and San Jose — 9.43 a
7.00* Tonopah Pass.— Port Coata. Be-
nlcia, Sulsun. Elmira, Dixon.
David, Sacrwnento, Trnckee,
Hazen. Tonopah. GolUftela
and Keeler T.M«
7.0t» Vallejo. Crockett and Way Sta-
tions. Sunday only »1 •*«•
BJMp Oregon Express— Sacramento.
MarysTUle. Redding. Port-
land. Puxet Soond and Jcas*. 8.4b
M 0» Fast Mail— O fde n, Omaha. Chi-
cago.— Put %'o, Kansas City.
St. Louis C4B»
9.8»» Hunters Train. SatarcSay only. •
Newark. San Joee and way
stations — — t*- 2 **
COAST LINE
iW(Third and Townsend Streets?
6.19 a San Jose and Way Stottons 1 «5S
7.80 a San Mateo. Redwood. San Jose.
Morjanfaill. Gilr o y. Pajara
WrUohwUo, Santa Crna— Lan-
rel— Boulder Creek. Del Monte.
Monterey. Pacifle Grore 5.48»
I.Ma Shore Line limited— San Jose.
Salinas. Paso Robles. San Lute
Obtspo, Santa Barbara. Los
An*«le» ! . *J»»
I.ooa Del Monte. Montarty. Padflo
Grove i \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0»
S.Na WatsQjrr3ie. Santa Craz. Laurel.
Boulder Crack™ - ••*«»
8.35. The Coasiter— Han Jose, Salinas.
Ran Axdo. Paso Robles, Santa
Maryarita. San Luis ObUpo. . .
Guadalirpe. Garlota. Santa
• Barbara. San- Buenaventura, ----- -\u25a0.
Oxnard. Burbank. Los Angeles IL4Sp
8.33. Gilroy. Holllster. Trea Pinos, Pa-
jaro. Watsonville. Santa Crc.
CastroTille. Del Monte. Pacific
Grove. Surf. Loxnpoc 11.45»
J.OSa South San Francisco. San Mateo;
Palo Alto. San Jose, T.4op
10JO« Burlinsame. San Mateo. Red-
wood, Palo Alto.San Jose L2O»
HJBa San Jose and Way Stations 4.15»
2.00» San Jose and Way Stations SJS«
3.00» Del Monte Express— San Jose.
Gilroy. Watsonville. Santa
Cruz, Del Monte, Monterey.
\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0' Pacific Grore : : .—. — IZ.IS»
S.lsp New Orleana Express— El P&so.
San Antonio. Houston. Kew
Orleans and East 1015 a
3.15* San Jose. Salinas, Paso Robigs.
Santa Barbara. Los Angelea ,_ 9.lSa »
S.ISp Watsonville. Santa Cruz. Del
Monte. Monterey. Padfle
3.30p Sonth San Francisco. 9an Jese,
Gilroy. Hollister, Tret Plnos n 10.35 a
4 JOp San Jos« and Way Stations .] j£J^
iS.eo* Burlinsame, San Mateq. Palo
Alto. San Jose. Los Gatos . t».Cfi«
5.30p San Jose and Way Stations 10.00 a
tS.CCp Burlingame, San Mateo. Bere*-
ford. BelmonUSan Carlos, Red-
wood. Fair Oaks. Menlo Par.-.
Palo Alto, San Jose. 7.40«
«.33» San Jose and Way Stations. C M*
S.OOp Sunset Express— San Jose, BaJV
nas, I'aso Roblea. San Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los
An jpsies. Deroing. £1 Paso. Kew
Orleans „. . 19.13«
l.00» Golden State Limited Sleeper-
El Paso. Kansas City. St. Louis.
Chicago . :_ 10.15 a
8.00» Fajaro. WatsonviUe. t'apitoU.
Santa Cruz. Gastroville. Del
Monte. Pacific Grove t_._ 11.45»
8.15» Ocean View. Palo Alto. San Jose <.4Sa
fI.CO» Sacramento River Steamers tI.C3»
4.00p Tuesdays from Howard StWharf
No. 2, "S. S. Breakwate r,"
Marshfield. Coquillo. Myrtle
Point. Ore____ tt.oOa
Union Transfer Company agents collect
baggage and checks on trains pt Southern
Pacific and deliver baggage to residence. They
art authorized to cfcecit b&rs&go direct from
rerideaee. .
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
(Foot of Market Street)
. 7M. 8.00. 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 a. m.
12J0, 1 JO. 2.00, 8.00. 4.00. 6.CQ, 6X0. 8.00. 100 p. m.
A far Morning. P for Afternoon
tSoaday exceuted. tSunday only.
UXION TRANSFER COMPANY agents
collect ba»rga?re and checks on trains
of Southern Pacific and deliver bag-
gage to residence. They are authorized
to check baggage direct from .re^j-
dence. Telephone "Temporary 1945.'
NORTH SHORE RAILROAD
VIA SACSALITO. MILL VAXXJBT, SAX KA-
FAEL— WEEK DAYS AND SUXDATS— T:OO.
•7:45, 8:25. »9:15, 8:50, 11:00 a. m.: 12:20.
•1:45, «3:15, 4:35, 6:15, 5:50, 6:30, 7:D, 9:00,
10:15, IIsKS p. m.
•Runs to Ban Quentln.
7:45 a. m., daUy, for Cazadero and way.
3:15 p. m., Saturday «nly, for Cazadero and way
stations. '
5:15 p. m. dally, except Saturdays and Sunday*,
for Point Reyes and way Rtsttans.
TICKET OFFICE
Cnlon Depot, foot of Market St.. Sao Francisco.
IT. TAMLPAIS RAILWAY-
Via Sauaallto Farry. Feot of Maricat »L
Lv. San Fran. >(^s*iS*v (X>v. Tamalpals.
Wk d'y Sundy Mp««*asS3 Sandy Wk d'y
~9:50 A ~S^2S~A 10:40 A 9:10^
1:45 P 9-MA 1:05 P 1:05 P
11:00 A \wSS3r 2:30 P 4:30 P
Saf day 1:45 P VS^ 4:30 r Safdav
4:35 P 3:15 Pf T g:45 P] 9:30 P
On Lefcal Holidays Trains Ran on Sunday Time.
ticket office at sausalito ferry.
. 'bat'a.vd i.nterurbax routes
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD
VALLEJO and NAPA
NAPA VALLEY, ROUTE
Montlcello S. S..CO. and Xapa Valley Electric
R. R. Co. Close connections. \u25a0
»— ROUXD .TRIPS DAILY— «
Boats leave San Francisco 7:00, *0:45 t. m.,
12:30 noon. 3:15, 6:00, »8:3O p. m.
\u25a0 San Francisco landing aad office. Clay-Btre«t
Wharf, North Knd Ferry bulldins. Market-street
Ferry. Meala < a - Ia «arte. \u25a0
Phone Temporary 406.
. 'Lands- Nary-Yard direct.
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