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MM C« — li;i.JtU<s Bnllfro's— 02
y.it B^Utrof... «03| Mayflower Con. r,4 ' 36
Him Mt <;rt!«3 05 — JMootana Blfrß. 04 08
Jennie Clare. 44 4."! Mt' Hill Mines C 2, —
I'.ifrg Aunex.. — OolMontgomry Mt 15 —
R'frjr Banner. — 4<i'Mont-Shosh Ex, 10 11
j:frsr Columbia 04^ lO'.Nnjrupt- 07 <;8
"V.ullfrojr Comb — 051 North Shoshone 14
Itullfrojr Cons. — 33!0!d Sol Blfrs. — ; 20
nifrst Dafsv... is — lOrlcinYir Blfrg. H'-X2
Hulifrop Kx.. — OfliPhlla Bonanra. — 10'
HlfrjrM Co N 1(5 ITIPlut- .... . OS '
Bifrg N>.!l Bt r4 251 Pride Gold Mt. 05 O«',
Rfr? N Star. 04 —ißed 8ird...... — m
r.'frjr P»dostal — JOißpd D0g...... — 15
Pr? Sunset.. OR 10!UhyoliteTwnst 02 v_
Bifrz Victor.. \l2 — IShos-Bfrß Gold 07 —
Blfrjt Wiener. — 20iShosh Xatl Bk 0.1 04
<"r<>esu* — 16'Skookum Blfrg — IS
niamond Bfrg — :;.VSteJawav ..;.. OS
Hold Bar 65 «7!Tramp t>in*.. . «0 63
«". Bar An?hor — "l.VjTecopa Con 50 —
Go!d Confer.. — 101 Valley View:., OS —
Ooldfld Blfrjt. — - . irri Velvet \u25a0\u25a0 — ..OS
n Sopptre 15 lfil Ventura . 20 \u25a0' \u25a0
Hsr. Hoolfsan. OT —j Yankee Girl... Ofi» 07
HeW Cr Srrp« 25 —j . -
Manhattan i?Vstrlct
April Fool F.x 02 O3|Man Kewanos. 02 03
At'.an&Pac. <»2 0:51 Man MCo Nev -*\u25a0; 12
Itonnnsa Ex.. 17 — iM«n Mummoth — 07
<>oiet — OS Man Mohawk.. — 10
nonble Eagle. 01 02 Man Monarch. — 08
Kurri« M&n.. 06 — Man Monitor.. — ' O5
Oo!<l Wedffe.. 06 08 Man Rpd Top. 03 TO
«raany G M. 17 — j.\fan Rnss.._. —/ 01
Hindocraft ... 1« — iMan Standard. 02 03
Jumpinr Jack. 10 _ |Man Tnited... 1!5 —
Little Grey... 17 — |M»n V>rde — 03
Mhu Atlas — O.VMin Wisconsin — 05
Mun Bflmont.'oi 02'- Mineral HiJJ.. 01 02
Man Broncho, oa lOlMnstantr Man. 20 21
M«n Buffalo.. 04 OsMustang An... 01 02
Man Cons — TOjMustang Ex... 11 —
>»«n Coo Ex.. OSlOrlginal Man.. 17 19
Man Comb 04 — UTTae-Xnt in J2
Man Cresrent. — OKinoeky.nni 05 —
M«n Cowboy.. OS - 04]S«>vler Htnphry "7 OS
Men Pester.. 10 — I Stray Dop 15 —
Man Giant.... — fl!>!Tsqnims Coppr — OR
Wan G Crater — SOjThjtnksjrlvin*.. — HO
*Jsn G"ld Kir»jt OS —ji^itrd Man... — 10
Man Iv«ntww>. 25 — ! Whale — O9
Man Hmnboldt O~> 071 Yellow Horse.. 03 04
Man Little Joe 01 r — j
Other Districts
Alice of VTon. O«i 071 Monitor Gold.. — 05
.Arradi» 05 — t Nov. Dcv C 0... — 'OS
Clrae Mln Co. — 2O|N>va<sa Hi 115. .4 .17 4.20
C.vnis Nohle. . 10 —I Nev nills An. 14 15
X Com Wondr — 15) Nev Hills Ex. — 45
1-asle's Nest.. 23 26! Nev Dcv GCo — 05
I airvw Art<v. — 25 1 Nevada Wonder. 20 —
Frw G Bouldr — 35! New Bel Amal 50, —
V'vw Hailstone OS OT>! N Star TTondfT OS - —
frairrw liable . 22 —Pittfb, Johnnie — 10
litw S Kin* .10 — U'lttsb/i Peak.l.Cn 1.C3
Dor G Kod X — 21|Rp<f!i» Rfv Gold JO —
fMdyVe Rorr. 13 —I RR «<>ld Stand — 10
Jfla Mines — IKjßcr Wonder... 15 —
Ida Mac Annex — . OMRonnd Mt — f>s
Tctcrstatp ... — 05! Ronnd Mt Ex. — 20
Jnrfc pp oto t — l.«0!R Mt Bine .Tkt — 20
r«-ff*»rson Apex — 161 Rd Mt Mohwk IT. —
•Tolinnio Cons. 03 — |R«hf Wnndor. 25
Kwrli G M Co 01 . — 1 Siorra M & M — >1R
Knwlch K*>}>t 02 — ISP Excelsior. 1« IR
Kwr-h MCo N — Oil Vulture — 40^
,Maj*Jl Co; 25 — i Walker L Hi*;> — in
lynx Crp0k...1.25 .• — Wndrlnfl MCo — J5
>:ini,z P<vlraz'.l.2o — | . ,
*an Franclaro Mfntne Kichanse
\u25a0'\u25a0'.•? --A ® ; 15 a. m. Rpc«!ar Sossl»n
;f«»l Afltmii j .Vine* Daisy .1.45
i <»<>!> Bine Bell ... IJMOnn Jumhn, « 10.1. 62U
!ik¥) Cmv Frc. sio.3.2ii'2rt<v> Musunr Anx.. 01
into Cli C<>p M...6..V>i1«i0 Nev Gldfld.bCO 27
100 Do. « 10... 6. 501
ll':30 a. m. Regular Scssian
•*<iO Msj-ilowpr ... MmM Jembo Ex .1.47'^
4<iOO TJgj-Bcvn-*T ... :{.".! J 400 S Grt Bend. .«.1»4 j
4irf¥i r>f>. b 10... 303000 Grt Ben*- Con.ra I*.1 *. i
5000 Mustanjc ..... 19\ ;
"'":, 2 p. m. KcsMon
2<W Great 80nf1... 70] r=Oo Jim Butler .. JX3
I< -no Ohio Ton ..... <»4| 1000 Gold .Bar Ex. !>4 '
100 XV End Con..l.OJi|i.vm H<nnest#ke X.. 80
l«-oo Sunset i)B;inriO Rik b Banana OS
jnor, ppxter lu;Kr»o Black Ante. s5 fiS
"•f-»><» line Nut ... 10'K/iQ R*>ese R Stnd~ 25
2iJOO Denver Anx.. I'JilOCiO Blk Butte Ex. 10
CLOSING «^ .'V.TIONS
Tonopah District
;m^i Bid.Art.
C**U B(i.r ... _ 11 ! IJ^'-nr. Con .. 1« —
2iin Butler .. «5 :»G!Ton N Star.. 28 * —
M<mt Ton ..3.H7V4 — West End C0n.1. 00 1.10
I'.i.tL-.tsi'-r . .. <>3 — j
Goldfleld District
Adams .. n ir.'Ort Bend Anx. I*" 15
ArUnta .:... fis — «; r t Bond Ex. 14 16
lt'a«-k Ants .. 07 OS;int>eniVi — -,10i
Blk B B'laxnt «X — jJumbo ....... — 4.25
LiHw Bell ... JS lytJnmbo Ex .... — 1.C5
Pino Bnll ... 2« 2nlKawanos Ex.. — 34-i
V.ls.ck Rotk .. — 07iU,ne Star .... 20 £1
Booth — WllM Pawnee... 05 OJ
<<'lumhia Mt. 61 G2iMohawk Ex .. 12 1
'<m' Krartlon. —\u25ba S.OftjOro ....... 2<5 2i> \u25a0
t i>< ker Jack. 15 — \lUil HUls ...: 3« ::7
l>»lsy 1.25 1.45! Rod Top 3.50 4.12
!»m B Ettp C. 27 JSa'.llerl Top Ex.. 28 30
]>ir..lfid Trncl. 21 — (Sandstorm ... 51 82
I'ixi^ 09 — iSpndstonn Ex.' — 08
I>ornlrloa f« 03; silver Pick .. — 70
tJ!d Con M 6.50 6.CsiS^earhead Fre. —' 22
«;id m *c«t.. — i.esjst ivcs ...... »« es
\u2666 '.rKadina — — - IHiVemal : ;17 —
* : rrat Bend .. 70 73!Y«>Jlow Bose.. 05 C 7
Bullfrog District
Eonnl* Clare. — 50!U|re Harris .. 01^5 02
<^old Bar . — 70'Maj-flower O»n 35 K6
llotDesUke K. — «JMtg Shoe Ex. 09 11
Manliattan District
Apr Fool Kx. — 03! Man Red Top. 01 —
«."rannr G, M. IS ISiMan Whale .. -— " 08
Man Belmont. — C2Vl<!Mtistani; Man. 20
Man Cow»»oy. — WlPlne Nirt 09 lb
Man -Pester.'. 10 15i Yellow Horse.. ftS
Man Huuiblit 07 — ;svl Humphrey. 08
Mm Mt Joe. 02 <S| •
Wonder District -
Alice of Wonder 07 . '-r
.Mjroaant .... — 4.Ss!ritt« S Peak.. 1.50 I.TO
So BWIe Mln — 40[
REAL ESTATE THA.XSACTIOXS
W. D. Wadley and wife to Le Grand Howell,
jit on E line of Willard street. 00.24 S of Sulli
van. S 00.0b. E fe0.24, S 50. W 77.3", and one
< tli^r pi»oe. . • ,
I»Ina Bunzel et al. to James O'Connor, lot 'on
S line of Oak street. 1OC:3 feet E of Scott. E i 5
1 v S 137:6; *10.
Jolin C. C*>brian «tnd wife to Conrad Kissllnff.
l«l on SR line of federal street. 187:6 NE of
h<^-on<l. NE «L:6 by SEW; $10.
.Is«»c M. UrOiy and vtitc to Paul P. O'Brien,'
]\u25a0 t 11. bl«<*k ». subdivisfim 1. Castro street ad
dition: ?io.
FMwla L. HltPrnsn *>t al. to Joseph P. Duffy
k»<l v.ifp. Jot on W line of Eureka street, 149
> of FJ^itcenth, N" 25 by W 125; $10."
M. J. Koho<» and wife to Ralph de Jloff nnd
*«:f<% lots TKJ2 and 504, sift map 2: $10.
M. .1. Kfhoe and wife to Jacintho J. Pavia,
It 6fli>, jrift map 2: flO.
Unch W. Hainmuud «ud'wife to Mary E. G.
\u25a0 V>'yti«», lot on W Ure of Twcnty-flfth avenue
Sin X of l*k* etri^t. N 28 by W 120; $10.
Mlnni* M. Marino et-. a!: to James VAToscano,
l"t on E Jin* of Aubnra street, 68:9 N of Jack
fm. N 23 lijvE 50; tlO. ' \
J. W. Mullen to Wilhelm Nielsen and wife.
l"t on N lino of I^«ke street, O X of Eleventh
tvpnue, E 37:6 hy X 72; $10.
Starr estate company tn Bohemian club lot
•>n X line or Taylor street, 97:6 X of. Post S
sr.:lo. E 91:«..8 4S:10. B 13:4, S 40, W 105; $10.
(Jerpina CrosKcup t» Theresa B. Dean, lot 25.
lilofk 2, Park lane tract: gift. -
Brmijard H^tx and wlf#> to Otis Knight and
« lfn, lot on W line of Twenty-fifth avenue, 250
S of Point Lobos. S 25 by W 100; flO.
M^rie Berjrfeld to Claee V. IJndJwrg, lot on
N line of Twenty-fifth jstreet, 130 E of Noe. X
Co hy N 114; $10., .
Hpnry W. Ba!)s ntine *nd wife to Paul Ban
croft, lot on SW line of Tenth street, 312:0 SE
r of. Folsom. SE 25. XW 25. NE 109; $10.
i:«-il Estate and Development company to F
J. McN&U.v. lot on W line of Mississippi street
125 N of Twenty-second. N 25 by W 100: grant!
Henry P. Sopbpy et al. to Anna M. .Wagner!
lot on E line of , Folsom rtreet, S5 8 of .Twenty
third. S 30 by E 90; $10. . . /, .
Charlotte M. Co«by to 6. Ducaa company, lot '
on W line of Naples street. 150 i of- Bussla I
\u25a0 vraiir, S 300 by W 100; $10. v
8. Ducaa company to' William G. Loewe,
sxme: ?10. \u25a0".-' ::.:'.
Williatn N'icol company, to Demetrius Kltchak, !
](-, on KB list of Harrison avenue, : 200 SE of
lolsom, SE 25 by NE 75; -$lO.
Dcmctrita Kltchak to Samuel Kltchak, Bame:
no. "\u25a0' \u25a0-\u25a0--\u25a0•> \u25a0
Aleda C. Herman to David Dillon, lot on N
l!ne of Two) ty -fifth street, 25 W. of Vermont.
W 25* by X 100: ?I<L
ThociHS H. Wolfe and wife to Euppne R.
Crandall, lot on E line of Twelfth avenue, 100
S«f Clement rtreet. S2sby E 120; $10. '
Eli Entcn to John Rhelcgold, Jot on SW Una
of Glrard street, 60 SE of Burrows, tSE 40 by
SW 30; $10. -
Spring. «*tate company to Franklin It. Smith,
lot on NW line of Athens Btreet, 273 SW of
Persia 'avenue, SW 25 by XW 100; $10. -
Francis W. Huller to same,' same: $10-'
Lewis H. Newroth et " al. to Frank B. Grant,
lot on N -line of Carson avenue. -131 ;8W of
I>onglefs Btrf*t, N 78 by'W 25: $10.
Katharine A. Smith et al. to .William Matson,
lrft on cent«T line of Berry street and E of De
Haro, S 100. E 200. N 274, SW. 275; $10.- " :
W. I.flr Hill to William Matnon. same: $10.
nriene G. Qulna to Francis W. Mosber, lot
t<n-E line of Cole etreet, 82:6 S of Parnassus
avenue. S 27:6 by E 100; $10. :-v:..,-:
/Jnlon Park Land compsny to Anton F. Dlss
mprer Jr.. lot on W- line of Diamond street,
157":6 Nof Wilder. >' 25 by W 77:9>4; $10. •-•\u25a0\u25a0:*-;
Martin Meyer and wife to Amu C. Schlleker,
lot on E line of Clayton street, 100 8 of .Waller.
S 25 by E 108:3; $10.
Robert Howe to Christ Ha user and" wife,
lot on W line of Eureka street, 100 S of Twea
tleth. S 25 by W 180: $10. , ,
Ne t Uack-1 Damutb and wife to Hattie A. Long,
Jot on W line of Sixth avenue,^ 100 S of. Lake
rtreet. 8 25 hy W 120; $10.
Hattie L.~ Davis to Jaoe B. Palmer, lot In
l«me Mounuln cemetery; $116. ~
I Bulldf nk i Contract s
I.C. Moore estate ' company with I James :F.
Smith — Lathing' and plastering for three atory
frame building on NE •: comer '. of Pacific and
JLsricln streets, -E 66:9 by X 60;"52,550.
Jacob Z. Davin estate company., with P. s> W.'
\u25a0Jtitkpn — A H work - for \u25a0 four - 1 tory e.u4 basement
Mining Share Current Holds
Its Downward Tendency
Goldfield Gdhsolidateci \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0, : Mines ; '-i'T6jiieiieb'
Lowest Figures' for- S^veral^'Weeks
The downward current of prices 'for
the mining: stocks of southern Nevada
was continued: yesterday... Gojdfleld
Consoliated-^lines had the most con-
spicuous drop of any stock. It opened
at $6.50 and fell to %K.%lVi. Combina
tion Fraction lost 25 points, -opening
at $3.25 and selling: down to $3/: Jumbo
Extension dropped 20 points) from $1.60
to $1.40 a share. Pittsburgh Silver Peak
opened- at $1.70. andL-slid to; $l; 60.
Seven thousand . mor-e ".. shares Jof 'i Mo
hawk- Consolidated ~ Leasing ; were
dropped into the market and. the 'shares
sold for 19 cents.
Practically all the Goldfield stocks
fell" a few points.' Adams sold as low
as 12 cents. Blue Bell a^ 18 cents,
Booth from 50 to 45 cents, Daisy from
$1.45 to $1.30, Columbia' Mountain at
50 cents, Booth from. 6o cents. down to
4£ cents. Blue Bull- at 31 xents, Dia
mondfield Triangle between 24 and 21
cents, sliding downward; Goldfleld
Kewanos from 88 to '90 cents, gaining
two points in_the day; Jim Butler from
$1 to 96 cents. . v v
Lou Dillon was on the- block at 13
cents, and Manhattan Dexter sold at
the same price. Mayflower Consoli
dated was sold to the. extent of 17.000
shares at 37\to 86 cents;' Red' Hills 'at
28 to 36 cents, with 26.000 shares dis
posed of; Red Top Extension 29 to
28 cents, with 23.500 shares taken
over. The market was dull and un
interesting', all, day. .
FINDS ORE I.V TOIVABE
Country North of. 'Manhattan District
Located by Prospecting: , Party
Excitement was caused in Manhat
tan last week, so says the Tonopah-Mi
ner, by the report of a new strike in
the Toiyabe range at the headwaters of
Reese river and 25 miles north of Man
hattan. The Tonopah Miner's article
follows: \u25a0\u25a0:'\u25a0'; r ----X '\u25a0 \u25a0
The dispoxery was made by Bert Kopenhaver,
Walter Meissncr and Frank Cochrane. Late, in
the sammer of last \u25a0 year I Kopenbaver and his
friends began i prospecting In the region at the
headwater* of nee*e river and made ' a . number
of location*. Becoming Interested at Superior,
the deep snows came on In - the -Toiyabe 1 range
before they could take full adtantage of . their
discovery. Meanwhilv. last wiutrr, while wait-"
Ing for the unow to disappear.: the hardy young
prospectors \u25a0confided their discovery to W. O.
Pray, the well ' known mining engineer. Tray
was shown some of the rock, and . bought on
Interest without visiting the ground. Last week
the-wiow had melted sufficiently^ to permit a
trip to the- scene of the strike, and Pray, Kopen
haver and Cochrane went up together.- nich ore
was found in place. The ledges can be traced
long distance*, although the croppings are not
pronounced, owing to the Bof t natnre " of the
formation, which is described as a grecnlsh-gray
porphyry- of medium texture and Is probably an
old andesite. Sit Is a typical 6llver lode por
phyry, and the ore occur* In certain belts which
have undergone extreme alteration. Thesa belts
traverse the country «f or miles and outcrop in
places as immense reefs of siUcificd country
rock, showing at many places stringers and
velnlets of free quartx. ,
The new district Is reached from Manhattan^
ODD FELLOWS RESUME
WORK OF GRAND LODGE
Vote Against Admitting
; - Liquor Dealers v to
the^brcler •--
Los ANGELES, May 15.— The session
of the grand lodge>f Odd Fellows of
California today was an executive one
and devoted largely to a discussion of
the regulation barring f rom . the order
persons engaged in the liquor, business.
There was an . animated debate /upon
the question of admitting applicants of
this character, and much attention was
directed toward- the, , suit o^Snavely vs.
the Woodland, CaL, lodge"*of .Odd" Pel-".
lows to compel the lodge to admit him
as a member. After prolonged debate
the action of the lodge, in rejecting
Snavely as a member was sustained by
a vote of 336 to 218. The annual elec
tion of officers will take place tomor
row. :;': ;'
The California Rebekah assembly
convened this morning with 455 dele
gates present The assembly will elect
its officers tomorrow.
STATE EXGIXEER'S STAFF
SACRAMENTO, May 14.— State En
gineer Nathaniel Ellery returned from
San Francisco • today ; ! and announced
that he" had appointed . George Sellen \nt
San Francisco to be state architect
and Paul M, Norboe/ of Hanford 1 to be
assistant state engineer, with offices at
Sacramento. He' has also appointed W.
J. Young of Berkeley I draftsman:
Ellery says he has men in eight;, for
the "positions of harbor engineers, etc.",
b«t that he pro oably will not make any
further appointments for several days.
CITY EDITOIUTAKES BRIDE
VALLEJO, May ; 15.— Miss Grace Hely
became the bride of \ George i Roe Jr.,
city ; editor . of : the Vallejo Times, this
morning. V She .was attended" .'by : her
sister. Miss Ada" Hely; while Harold
Sanderson was best - man. r . The cere
mony was performed ;by; the Rev;
Father .Nettervillej and ; was witnessed
by the immediate relatives f and friends
of the couple. '\_They left 1 for -Santa
Cruz and Los Angeles, where, they will
spend their honeymoon.;
COHXIXG HAS SAL.OOX FIGHT
CORNING, May , 15.— A petition has
been' circulated r requesting - the -board
of supervisors" of county; to
cah another 1. election ; for ; the V purpose
of voting on " incorporation. The saloon
element will ' flghf , : hard against ; the
proposition.- and?; the-' merchants, stand
with the . liquor 'men. : --'A' lively battle
is ' in proEpect,^n9BJHSBBMH ' •\u25a0 \u25a0 ; ;.
CAMfiLLNG HOUSE OX B&UXDAB
RENO, Nev., , May; 1 5.— It? is said that
definite plans have - been ; laid Jor"' thp
erection of ;'a' bigf ; hotel : and gambling
casino on the; boundary liner between
California . and ' Nevada, • near : Lake Ta
hoe. .The hotel :; Itself 7 will IbeVontthe
California side and the guests will' have
to \u25a0go* a . few ? f eet ?over v < on ". the ; Nevada
side to engage : In. the ; gambling.- f.V> >'
brick building on " W line of Battery 1 street, 80
Sof Bush, N 28:9 by W"137:6; $30,940. . -•
\u25a0 John E. Shoemaker with Felix , Mart use— All
work for^ two ' story ; frame; building on . W line
of ' ; First " avenne,-' 290 -S " of '• California ' street, "
533 by W- 120; $7,665. ; ;\u25a0'.'. ; • ::^: :^ ...:,-
Helena : Mahon ; with : Armstrong ; building I com- :
pa,ny — Woodwork, •-. plumbing, y. painting, • nlaster
lng for; one : story frame , building - on ' W•. line
of. Ellis street, «2:6 W of Hyde, W -25; by.
N.-87:«;. $1,350. .. ' " ', " ,:.V: '\u25a0\u25a0-' ---. '\u25a0 . V •-. .,
•>- A. ; B.i O uua . with ; John \ Westerlund " and f" John
Hedquist— Al 1 work for a. ' one and \u25a0 a half * story
frame . cottase and basement on . E line of Con
necticut itreet, 25 8\ of Xlneteenth7l : 25 < by; 100:
$2,768/ - \u25a0)" \u25a0- '\u25a0-;':•-- \u25a0'-;.-\u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0, \u25a0; \u25a0 ..;,-';\u25a0, -. r » ' ,
-. Cl^ra J. and John C. Meyer with J; F.-Hoerl—
Alterations and I additions \u25a0 except brickwork," con
crete! work, Tjjlumblngr-/ painting 'and *: electric
wire <\u25a0 work • for a ; ; two f story ' frame X building =on
NW : corner . of i Brodericlf < and - Sutter b tree ts, '•'\u25a0 W;
137:6 by- N* 32:6; -$5,100.: :.;\u25a0;.'- . " - ->w \u25a0
-F. F. , Kalston -with \u25a0 Otis - elevator company-
Freight \u25a0- and passenger^- elevator t. for * building
owned ! by- Bchroth ; company-- on : S • line 'of > Geary
street, : 107 HJiW, of Polk-TIS^OO.' " - .- {
BergerotLecoste with Otis elevator company-
One • freight * elevator. : for/, building . on ?. Second
street " between " Jesile : and 5 Stevenson ; < $1,550. : •\u25a0.--. r
\u0084 O. \u25a0\u25a0*• Bozio :.; with > Bl.* Cohn - fc^ Co.— Painting,
staining, llncructa andvarnishlngv forfour Btory
frame building «o NE corner of? Sixth and How
ard streets; $1,170. - '
THE SAN "FRANCISCO .1 CALL, 'THURSDAY, '.MAY: 16, -. 1907. '
through - .Pea vine canyon and /thence ; over -\u25a0 the
summit to Reese - river, or . through ' any '. of ? the
canyons ' between Peavlne ' and >. the > couth fork of
Twin river. • • » '' '- i".
SIERRA XEVADA IS SOLD
Group of ' Mines .in Jefferson . Canyon
Finds . New; Owners
/ -, ~ : -\u0084/-.\u25a0- -\u0084,- \u25a0 ' \u25a0 ' • - s. ;
The followingconcerningthesale.ot
the Sierra.' Nevada group'of mines in-the
Jefferson canyon is told by the Tonopah
Miner:; .': \u25a0. - *:>, ~><:^-^ •: \u25a0'.'. "Y-.-'^fK/,, '\u25a0':
The Sierra Nevada' group of claims. . known :as
tho : Kanrohat mine, situated -In' Jefferson can
yon, was purchased last" week ' by; lj.; A; Stockl^y
and associates. :'For 34 years Kanrohnt baa been
a central v figure .' In T the - mining •: operations \u25a0at
Jefferson. :V In the \u25a0 fall , of • 1873 1 he :\u25a0 located . his
Sierra :\u25a0 Nevada - group \u25a0\u25a0 of claims, -.; after ':, havluif
spent two years in the old Jefferson 'mine,': which
was one of I the , richest producers ..In . the state.'
Daring the few, years -preceding the demonetiza
tion of • silver the • Jefferson- \u25a0 mine I was worked
thoroughly. , In 18 month*' time ; over $3,000,000
in bullion was shipped to the Bank of California
at San :; Francisco, one * shipment '- of * bar » Bilver
bplng valued :> at \u25a0 $900,000.. -* Two \u25a0 tons of ' ore
carrying ', gold ;' and \ sliver - yalues ; netted : , $15,000.
While I worklnß on h the Jefferson \ property Kanw
hat discovered, the'rlch :surface ishowlng^on hfs
Siprra Nevada : claims... After \u25a0 sinking , a 20 fo->t
shaft on • the , new strike he was x offered $20,000
for the ; property. : This . was j refused; $100.0<W
being the price ; asked - by. the optimistic owner.'
Then came- the' crash of the . California - bank.
Active work was - suspended jat -the • Jefferson
mine, - but Lon Manchett * took ia -. working bond
and in the summer |of 1 1ST0 1 extracted \u25a0: $150,0)0
worth of ore. 4lt was \ practically the last'.worh
of any Importance In | the Jefferson | district : until
James L. Butler discovered the wonderful miner
al deposits of Tonopah .In • : 1900."'C : During;: nil
these years, I however, - Kanrohat " was I diligently
digging . away at }>is SleiTa I Nevada , mines, t sink
ing, drifting, crosscutting, : stoping , and " always
bl<icking ont bodies of ore. ', J.-r \u25a0 •;-•; '\u25a0..--\u25a0.
."More than • $60,000 has - been -, expended . in. de
velopment f work: 1 in/ the \ Sierra - Nevada ; croup.'
Theore ,is- principally, of a ; free ' milling:charac
ter — about two-thirds " silver ' and l a ? third r gold;
There are 15, claims In: the group. -'. \u25a0 - : ,
STRIKE IX THEMIDWAY
Ledsre Is Encountered '. at -a- Depth, of
Kiprh t ' Hundred ' Feet
A. strike In. the ; Midway, mme 4 in the
Tonopah district" has ;beeni made at the
depth of 800 feet; according to the Ton
opah Miner, whichTalsOs says: ? ;."; ''\u25a0: *•*
One of the 'most -important: strikes eyer v made
In the Ton6pah • district '.occurred this ' week,
when the .mine™ at' work "on .the SOO. foot level
In the » Midway- encountered a ; ledge ; at " a - point
ahout 600 feet " north : of ith'e , shaft." -;,\u25a0 Yesterday
the ledgp .had been, crofescut *.t. t or i 8 ;\u25a0 feet, -with
the • hanging wall not yet -in sight. > The ore -, is
identical withthat^of-the great Macdonald rein
; in the Montana-Tonopah, and Is belicred to tie
an oxtenFlon of the \u25a0 Macdonald. ?. - : .: . - . :
The greatest : significance of the new " strike
lies in the fact that the discovery practically
demonstrates that \u25a0 the ledges of Tonopih
go down . to ' depths whlcn the -"knockers" - bava
persistently predicted they would, never reach. ;
The ntrlke also giTes additional; confThnatlon to
the belief that the big ledges -extend": out -Into
the desert, throngh" the Golden Anchor,', the Lit
tle Tonopah and neighboring '. properties. -: '"\u25a0:. : i .
:-\u25a0 The , Midway \u25a0* management . announces » thab^the
new ledge will be thoroughly developed ss rapid
ly as possible by drifts pushed •In • both % direc
tions, i The crosscut .on the 800 wIU also ( be
continued to the j north line '"" of ." the : Midway
ground, with a view of exploring all th« terri
tory beyond. . \u25a0 \u25a0 -
COUGH REVEALS HIDING
PLAGE OF A CONVICT
Tickling in His THroat Foils
Prisoner's Attempt :
to 1 Escape ; : 'J; ;
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THB CALL,
; RENO, Nev., May 15.— T0 'a rasping !
cough, Convict S. O. W. Gordon owes
his failure : to escape fro~m<the ; Carson
: penitentiary, for,' it warned Tthd* prison
; guard: of -his hiding . place,'? whe?»Vne
was awaiting an "~ opportunity to W get
beyond-^ the | masonry, .walls unnoticed.?
Gordon.'a negro sentenced to 10 yeara
from Elko : 14 i months ago, was missed
from the roll call last 'evening. Be
lieving he had made his escape, a poss^
searched, the sagebrush ;\u25a0 on the hills
around Carson fo^ra* trace\of him. . v
But Gordon was wedged :" securely be
tween ,the ; rafters r near the ; roof of ' tho
prison, awaiting a" chance ) -to tfolt v for
liberty. Captain Muller:: of i the : time
guard' heard him^coughtthiß afternoon
and he was found "and put, into t chains.
He was armed with a,.case knife/sharp*
ened on: both sides, /j i-P'^T'-r- \u25a0.
METHODIST* CONVENES
SAN JOSE, May ,15.— The annual
meeting of the California conference
of the Free Methodist church began to
day..; .Delegates i from Q all northern
points are- here. .Gsnoral^Superintend
ent and Bishop B.R Jones of Jackson
Mich.,;is in attendance, i.--;^ x
MARRIAGE LICENSES
The following r> licenses" were lsaued In
thls'-cityi \u25a0\u25a0-May 15: x ' '
20 S^of-Qu^^^^-?^^
23 '
J . ohl iv-' r - 7nurle3r ' 23 > 428 Church lstfwt.' and
ElsieJProvenee,- 18, 8829 ITwenty-rixth sfreet.*"
\u25a0-: Petro ißaccU- \u25a0 83, 1810 . Greenwich street, "and
Antoinette GulifulU, - 36,^ 1122 - Francisco street
» £ > Smith ,-, 29. r San , Antonio. -Tex."and»
Rachel H. Johnson, 27. Evanston uL : " \u25a0
\u25a0William; H. SteUing, - 24, \u25a0 3422 Twenty^lflf th
street. , and • Caroline Schwerdt, , .2o, 186 Grattan
.j. Half dan ;Enkeboll,' 29, , 2111 Fourth? avenue, and
Anna Schou. ' 26, i 334 Second avenue, v ~ \
V John r Farren, v 23, and « Winifred • Colmaa, 18^
bothiOf «9. Bay i View? street. u<^-^ -7 ... .
Gnstav F."Adolphson.23,,and,Wendla A-' Jack-
vmt 23,' both •of 3901 < Folsom : street. 'jT&
•'John ' Ari Mulllck,'- 21," and Rose fA.* Gardemeyer
18,: both of, ! 1615 vO'Farrellj street.- - . ,-/- .'
HarrieE.,Walker,:2l."; Loa Angeles, and Acnes
C. Marshall, 21,: 127_ Sixth; avenue.' -
'\u25a0\u25a0 OAKLA^D,v May : 15.— The r foDowing marriage
license* ;; were issued; here, today:*-: ..""'?•\u25a0;. >
"\u25a0-• Tony/ G: \u25a0-• Salgardo,' : 21;\ and Christina ' Quintal.
17, honi of Hayward. ?"• '\u25a0\u25a0 •:"\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0</:• -~ • - <» ,
\u25a0 wmiam A. Jacobs,-. 44, Alameda^ and , Margaret
Johnson, 33, Sebastopol;-' Sonoma - : county. ; -»-....
- JoUn - A.iFlink, 86, .- and - Minnie Ek'land, 25,
both of Oakland. : .- ':-,';,
; \u25a0-,• Knowlson Townsend. s 28/ and , Annie.' 1*1) John-
«on, :. 25, ; both i«»(. Oakland. ."". r..;. \u25a0:-' .*.< \
\u25a0 Christopher C.;;CoMnF, 21, . aad Maudt'^L^
Hatton, 20. "both of ..Woodland. - . \u25a0 ;.-;;
•' George IM.~ Mahoney, 62, : Oakland,^ and r Anna
Ludert, : 40,, Berkeley. ;;,'; 1 ; : r.. - ;" :,
births; marriages; deat§
J Blrth. r marriage and death .notices^ sent by mall
will 'not be. inserted. p.Theyi must be banded in' at
either, of : the , publication \u25a0 offices and be \u25a0\u25a0 Indorsed ;
with ".the" name I and ( of : persons 'author-
ized ; to : ha ye ' the same v published.*- 1^ Notices •" re^
stricted' simply, to the announcement of the event
are j published once in : this column < free, of ] charge, j
, - y BIRTHS
i GRIFFITH— In this r clty,'e May .' 11," *iWT,'*to'ithi
* "\u25a0.wfte \u25a0of j Harry, ; J." Griffith,*; ada ugh ter. »jf ,'. -" , J> j
McCARTH Y-^-In . this ' clty,^ May! 11.1 1907/: to* the
•jwifeiofi James [P.", McCarthy,, a son. •>%.. -*.
PElSEH— lniFfesno,\MayTl3,ii9d7,'^tO;thVirtfe i
•\u25a0^of;^l:rPelB*r,"a;BO"^ i i^--'^;.:;-;.;v/"<>..'",-:;.~r»' < *i J ''" ;
• "• ' *' > -\- v V deathV ;• »^r ; v^--- - : -^ '
Bonilla, ' Rachael ' L. — McLau-thlln', € Enima.. 44
Bradjr, [ Daniel ' J.^.T.* 65 Mella,-;-; Mary c 3r7T?:~~
Busb,-. - Leah . ; l r.~. '.".": 55 Montgomery, * Ellen J. It
Bush,i Orson ". B;Tr.\s7. 'Nielsep,jf H.-? : P.™rtTr773
Bush,-; Orson rß./Jr.r 18 O'Connor.i Jeremiah r.' 2B
Berensen, H^T::J/Wi ; OrrJ (infant) -'\u0084-?./\u25a0
! I)^mon, - James %B : .\77, Reichert « (infant)
I>erbr.-t Charles iWrr 65 'fiilvey.-S Hilary r.-rV?f W
DouKberty«-*Jobn.t:*r L BB Smlth;t Abigail JLffHT9
Dnnbar,^ Joseph 5 J ,'f \u25a0— ; Sitrossmay er.i Rev.T J•} G^
Flatley, -rjohn r.V.T r, 66 i±'< (mass) f'^a^'^^^w
Henry, s Angle; M.'..'. 65 Varyus.v Maniiel^¥?lB"
Uuot,~ Napoleon ' Jr.— jVoßbroneo.fePietro.-.T 41
." • : ' •\u25a0'\u25a0 .'-. ' " : — -nnii.lini>i «\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0«r..i
La-ran. ° Bernard.':.:". — 1 Wheeland, --W. ,R.'.. 00
Mallett, Harriet.".": : 67 Whelan, 'Mary .-V s ?. TT 65
. McGutre," John P->.'- 38 j Woodbury,;l Lennette 42
BONILLA— In this- city , : May \u25a0 1£ 1 1907, L ; Racbael
L.;^ beloved *vrit e of •: Bellsario , Bonilla. iloving
' mother -of r Lsui?, •'-,'\u25a0 Lottie,- ; Edward,;-; William,'
'Isaacs Gu&sle-'and ?Kacliael • a' native
; :; or.- san "Luis ; owspo, i cai. ;,- .;, ; -: ':: ; ~-" • - ; \u25a0\u25a0; \u25a0 ;*:
.BItADV— In this elty,' May 14. '.\1007.\" Daniel' J.
'. Rradv,'- beloved* husband of .ttn'er-late.-'i ßridget
fc Brady,' a -native'; of Brooklyn,.- N.-Y-.i aged 03
'.'years.-.' \u25a0 •\u25a0'\u25a0-'.\u25a0'. ••••' : . : '.'--•. v .\u25a0.':*\u25a0\u25a0-."\u25a0;': -r^y' "•'""-\u25a0.-
\u25a0\u25a0 '•' \u25a0}< Frientia and ."acquaintances 3 are; respectfully
;: invited \u25a0. to l attend r;the,r= funeral % today ,i (Thurs-
C day).' at 9:30 Of'P^P;;
,\ Green " & C 0 .,-. northeast "* corner iof x Sixteenth
"aUd >. Guerrero * streefs.-*:, thence* to % St. « James
'=•'- church,' where- a : requiem ; masts ' tors, the ? repose
-?"; of his soul ': will , be celebrated, ? commencing at'
:-tlO ? a. , m . ;\u25a0 .- Interment . Holy; Cross ' cemetery, v bs,
;, 11:30'- train ; from \u25a0-Twenty-fiffti'f. and^ Valencia
' \u25a0^streetß.";." \u25a0' * .'.';;\u25a0 v:.'" \u25a0':': ."\u25a0• v.. s:;:-'vs :;:-'v v/y.; r~. '\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0'\u25a0,':\u25a0
BUSH— -In: this cliy. May ' 7. 1907, Leah/ beloved
; vrife cf * the . late Orson \u25a0 R. A Bush, v mother" of
'\u25a0-- ' Glenn \u25a0' L." Bush " and : the \ late i Orson ': R. - Bush
• ; Jr. i and ' Annls L.^ Bush, and ; . beloved ; sister jof
•\u25a0 : Mm.' S.<. A:? Lowe,- a native '. of .Canada,"'; aged
r* 53 years. 1 -;'."^'^.--, 'y.;; ;-,' * ":' ,'.- .':'^T-: '; \u25a0 > \u25a0 . \u25a0;;.\u25a0
BOSH— In this * city, " May i 7,' ft 1907,^ Orson" B.f
beloved husband of the late Leah. Bush.T father
r< of, Glenn ' Lr= Bush and the late ! Orson R. Bush
' Jr.'?: and Annls ! L/ Bush, ra ' native ; of < Illinois,
Zinged' 67^ years. t^' *\u25a0:..;\u25a0 .':-". \u25a0-*'-. " ; .'V;-;.v" : ! <\u25a0'.! :>'v--..
BIJSH~In^ this city, r May 7, 1907,fOrson R: - : Bush
73 Jr..'^ beloved i son .*, oti the - late tOrson S R." and
H Leah Bush, ' and brother of Glenn ; L, I and Annls
' L:< Bush,; a native of Michigan, < aged 18 yeaM.-
BEUENSEN— InT-this cityT-May";i4^ioo7,^ftt'Uhe
\ residence of - his aunt. Mrs. ; J." Hagen, v Htlmar
f v T. \u25a0 J.^; dearly i beloved '< son iof VTonnea : and' the
'.: *\u25a0 late •' Helma* Berenspn,! a > native ": of : San ; Fran-
cisco, aged . 1* y ear . 1 . mon tn \u25a0 and " 27 ; day s.', \u0084 -
> \u25a0> Friends > are -, respectfully., invited ito .attend
; '• the \u25a0\u25a0'- funeral \u25a0= services \u25a0\u25a0: today.?- (Thursday), " at
lit. 10:30 o'clock a.l at.;' at i the >\u25a0 residence •• of • Mrs.
t* 3: i Hagen, ' 1330 v Alabama street , near Twenty-
:..'; fifth. ; Interment Mount. Olivet 'cemetery . *
DAMON— In ; this city : r May; 14, J 1907/; Jaiae« - E. .'
.^beloved- husband .of Amelia -B. \u25a0.Damons apd
; uncle 'of Mrs.'- E.'> C." Lyonof Los Angelas, * a
,» : na tive of Blrminf-toni Vt ; sged 77 . j ears . and
\u25a0£ 1 ; mon tb.v .;, ; - \u25a0\u25a0 - - •h/'i'/'K-'.^'V I :.-/:;: 1
DERBY— ln "'this city, May 15. 1007,"' Charles W.,
U dearly beloved husband of . Elizabeth A.', Derby,
[ father r. of <l the - late - Frank t W. . Derby,' v and
i " brother , of Mrs. ; L. A. Erkson ; of } San Jose. , a
; nativa \u25a0-'. of Massachusetts,'- aged /C 5 \ years v 8
' m6nth s 1 and \u25a0 16 days. \u25a0 .; •• \u25a0 .'- : .- v-'T"--'* '. .
>*.^.Notice f of; funeral, hereafter.- \ '
DOUGHERTY— Entered into; rest May. lß, 3007,
:: John ! Dougherty,-: husband ; : of :: the '-. late \u25a0 Eliza-
%\u25a0 ; beth » Dougherty, . a native ' of , Ireland,-; aged •68
; :; ; years. >-r-- <\u25a0"\u25a0*-....•> '\u25a0•.:\u25a0 ,k.--- ;- >i "--r \u25a0>'.•.\u25a0.\u25a0•; * .\u25a0>.
\u25a0 '.' -The '\u25a0 funeral .will takp ; place ' tflmorrow • (Frl-
' day); ' at 8:30 : a> m., -;\u25a0 from ' the S parlors ; of * Mc-
, Brearty W& v, McOormick. ~ 915 f^Valenda ?r? r street
;-,* near . Twentieth, thence ; to , St. - James ; church.
v.- where" a reqniem . high , maes^ for : the \ repose •of
v his . soul trill ; be celebrated, • commencing at - 9
r a.' m. " Interment * prlsftte,> Holy,; Cross . ceme-
i; tery.^.';.*.+/_, : -:, ;-.'-\u25a0 -\i v ".".-\u25a0*. ' ; . '.\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0 /-'.: ; '" .-\u25a0'^- vJ
DDNBAB— In ; this city. Mny v 14. - 1907,: at "his
late residence,, 2914 California' street, Joseph
'..' J.'. Dunbar,' beloved husband \u25a0of I Sarah - A.'j Dun-
. bar. father of August and Joseph Dunbar, • Mrs/
. .William O. Hamberger and Mrs. W. 0. " Haase,
. and brother in law, of John B. Carson,-* a native
-,et ' Ireland.'V''--??' I ''^ ' ; •'" ; <." -"\u25a0.\u25a0-•\u25a0=.<•..•:>\u25a0\u25a0 :;\u25a0;•\u25a0
The : funeral \u25a0 will " take - place . today (Tburs-
:'day); ? from . his late • residence, : : at •. 9 \u25a0 o'clock
;la. < m.,V thence to : St Dominio's : church," Pierce
> and Pine j streets^ where a - requiem ; mass I for.
\u25a0i the i repose yof t bis ' soul will t< be i celebrated,
commencing at . 0:30 o'cloclr. ";. Interment : Holy
. Cross . cemetery. • • • . '."'. \u25a0\u25a0 '.'' :.\u25a0'. . . • "
FLATLBY— ln* this city. May 15,' 1907. John,
. • dearly \u25a0 beloved ; husband of- Catherine ', Flatley,'
:" devoted ,' father rof r. Mrs? Robert . H. i Murray,
""John J.,; Harry and TVUliam Flatley, \u25a0a • native
'': of, the parish of Knock,' County Mayo.: Ireland,
. \~aged 06 \u25a0 years 10 • months , and; 6 - days: . . -\u0084
•" ' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 and : acquaintances f are * respectfully
' . invited to \u25a0 attend the funeral tomorrow . (Fri-
r day) , j May 17. at 8:30^ o'clock;; from f his : late
\u25a0 residence, v 1492 r : Fulton : street i near ; ... Baker,
*1 thence to : St."'ApneS* church,'- where a requiem
\u25a0 .' biith i mass ' for > the , repose , of ;his •; sonl. will ; be
- celebrated,"-' commencing *at;• 9 ; a. ;- in.' v? Inter-;
J ' ment s Holy ": Cross cemetery. , \-t^ \u25a0_- ',;*.; ';' ';
HENRY— In 'this city.' May 14, v 1907. Anjrla ; M."
: Henry, /.wife '\u25a0of Alva- G. H psry,'; and * beloved
mother of Alia N. Smith «nd> the late Clinton
T. Smith,, a native of Indiana, -aged 65 years.
- (Chico papers please copy.) '-. - . . : -\u25a0 -•
.'."\u25a0'-\u25a0-\u25a0 Funeral and , interment private. ; Remains at
1 the new, funeral chapel of Charles >H. J.V Tru T
: man, • ,1909 *; Mission street "(between
"'••i and Sixteenth. <;_;. '", -\u25a0'...'\u25a0- ':" : y~"~-^ ,' ; ; " ,"\u25a0\u25a0'. \u25a0
HUOT-^-In this city. May 13,- 1907, Napoleon J.?
: beloved husband of ' Annie L. -Huot, and father
'\u25a0'\u25a0 of- Mary. L. and Milton A. Huot,' a . native . of
Canada. , (Yukon and Canada ( papers please
copy.),: .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,••\u25a0.-\u25a0.'.\u25a0-;\u25a0\u25a0 '.:\u25a0-\u25a0 c ••\u25a0,-;' \u25a0'\u25a0- ' \u25a0\u25a0/''\u25a0:
Friends '\u25a0 and ' acquaintances . are * respectfully
I Invited to . attend ..the funeral - today ; (Thurs-
\u25a0 day) .• May , 16, at . 8 :30 a. :• m .,' \u25a0 from \u25a0 his late
.•• residence, ; 253 Scott street, ;. thence to ; Sacred
; Heart church, Fell and Fillmore streets, ; where
;.; af, reqniem s high \u25a0\u25a0' mass for \u25a0' the : repose \u25a0 of his
* soul \u25a0-. will vbe > celebrated.' i commencing f at :z.St
.•"a. - m. ; . Interment ; Holy ; Cross ; cemetery.V : „'
LAGAN— In :, this i city," May,,; 14,'' 1907,*? Bernard,*
"*- beloved ; husband *of Annie \u25a0 Lagan, '\u25a0 and • lovinK
:'. ; father of , Bernard. | Margaret,T Annie;: John ; and
.:; Daniel ' Lagaa< a ; native . of ; Ireland. - :\u25a0\u25a0» , ; \u25a0 'i»'£*it
\-:- • The , funeral «, will \u25a0• take , place today J; (Thurs-
.; day), " at -\u25a0 8:15 : o'clbck ? a;? m.;"* from » the • parlors
' of v.'i I.< Kenny/ & i Co.; • 1719 i Eddy I street I near
\u25a0> - Scott,* thence ; to • Boly \u25a0 Cross : church, i, where ; a
v requiem • low > mass ; . for i the ;• repose : of > his ; uoul
B wul be celebrated.'^ commencing at 8:30 o'clock
/; a.; m.j. Interment private," Holy Cross cemetery.':
MALLETT— In C Oakland, % Cal.V ' May": 14,-3 1907/
~ Harriet Mallett, * widow.- of - the late Richard
i Mallett, ; and- mother of " Richard H. Mallett, 1
; Mrs."' A. -sL.'" Wolfe and Mrs. Harriet ! Wol f,' a
:.-*. native . of. Devonshire,; England," aged, 67, years
':~and ;li month; c",.';. = : — ;'-. .? ' :\u25a0\u25a0-;\u25a0. - \u25a0 •' -; ;
-MeGTJIRE— In '. thfs city,' May 14, 1907, John • P. ,
beloved \u25a0? husband .; of >^ Marion ' MeGulre s and
'beloved father of .Josephine,', Joseph/'."Alleen,*
\u25a0 Walter - Erminold- * and ;. Frances .; McGulre; *» and
\u25a0 ;; son of James and ' Ellen j McGuire,"*, and 1 brother
,j of Patrick ' McGuire : and ; Mrs.'- George Sutton, a
of Marlborough.' Queens county, Ireland,
; aged '. 38 years. " <A < member of "A."- O. , H. No.-
\u25a0;. 15, Knights of ; Tara, and; Eagles. >:- w " »^r
'>-\u25a0" Friends I and < acquaintances - are- respectfully
'.; Invited to attend the 3 funeral • tomorrow % (Fri-
: , day ) , -at\u25a0 9 ; o'clock iar m.< from his i late - resi-
''\u25a0 dence, '\u25a0 1519 ; Masonic : Avenue," thence to ' 8t.~" Jo-
\u25a0 ;seph's church, ;Tenth'. street, where a requiem
'." high :\u25a0 mass for : the \u25a0 repose of • his : soul v will . be
\u25a0'\u25a0'. celebrated, 2 commencing :at \u25a0; 10 . a. : m. ' \u25a0- ' Inter-
: ment Holy. Cross cemetery. •; .'.; .\u25a0.;/
Mclaughlin— in x this "city , May 14,' 1907,
:V Emma': McLaughlin; 'wife of J. H. McLaughlin,
\u25a0 * mother «of ' Fred.; Hazel; ! Cyrus,' Edward, Wal-
. .ter,' John,'. George,"; Arthur, Huph Land -Esther
\u0084 McLaughlin.'; ana i\ sister ,- : of *> Bertha vAllgeler."
, ; Auguste Uttlej l and , Henrys Ruhe," a - native of
'\u25a0\u25a0: \ Downievllle,- Cal.Y aged^44 years ; and ; 17^ days.
MELIA~In "this ? city,- May J l3, 1907. " Mary" J.V
:. - widow of t Patrick ; Melia, beloved .mother \u25a0\u25a0 of
•William 'P." Melia 'and the late John,: Mary .-'jr.;
\u25a0 Catherine * and \u25a0' Theresa \u25a0 . Melia, k a = native '; of
": Kings ' county, ;- Ireland*. :--,--;,C:.« % : . -
1 . :V \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0! Friends --, and =: acquaintances - are i respectfully
- Invited \u25a0:>- to :- attend • the "* funeral ; today - (Thurs-
' day) , May \ 16, ' at ' 9 o'clock : a." m., from her
• late residence, » 2l3 " Guerrero : street,: thence ; to
Mission ; Dolorei chnrch." where a ( requiem high
". mass i for ; the , repose of her . soul will : be cele-
'. brated,- commencing f at • 9:30. o'clcxpc. - ; Inter-
ment \u25a0 Holyi Crons cemetery. V- ..". - .'. :': ' V: :
MONTGOMERY— In this~ city,' May 13. * 1907. !
M Ellen " Jessie \u25a0 Montg«nery, - beloved | daughter lof
ij Dr. D.Wii and j Ellen: C: Montgomery, . a native
v*of San Francisco, : Cal.", aged ,13 years 7 months
\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0. and : 2l days.'; \- : \u25a0 ;: - ••.^ L-:^ \u25a0 : :V- '-.:\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0 '•- •\u25a0 '\u25a0.
.. -•*-."\u25a0 Friends i and '; acquaintance"- ; are . respectfully
•\u25a0'- Invited -to s attend -the % funeral \u25a0 today ...- (Thurs-
%'\u25a0 day) ;\u25a0\u25a0 at » 10 '* a."j m\\ from ; her,T late \ residence,
it: 2417; California \ street. % Interment ' private. .
NIELSEN— In 5 Alameda'r sanatorium,.- May l H;
1907, , H. *; P.'; Nielsen, '" father %of ~ Mrs. > H. : 0^;
? > Olsen,'* aged -78 years \ 1 \ months and 1 <Jay v ij;.
,- : Funeral; strictly; private. \HJ, ;..;\u25a0'. : > : \
O'CONNOR^-In% this ? city.t May; 15, 1007, ; Jere-
Hf miah M.;- dearly ; beloved ' husband ofJ Margaret
ih O'Connor;; loving ' father of Maria B; O'Connor.
-'\u25a0 and : brother t oti Michael I O'Connor,; a > native \u25a0of
V County* Kerry,*; lreland, ? aged , 29 -years. : . $ '• •;
: " \u25a0':- Friends ;: and r , acquaintances * are s respectfnlly
" invited \u25a0• to •; attend r the * funeral > tomorrow - (Frl-'
% day) , nt \ 9 :30 a. i ro.Vl from .' hfs " late residence,
: 1018 .- Church f: street,"^ thence -to \u25a0; St.". » James
: ., ; church,'; where a' requiem high mass for, the re-^
pose of his soul .will be celebrated," commencing
H at 10 a.' m.v: Interment Holy; Cross cemetery. ?,:
OKR-^In v -this. city,':'- May;!' ls,^)' l9o7,\Y Albert
. < Leonard. - beloved :« lnfant ; son j of ;; Albert ; and
?£ Charlotte > Orr, i and i sister *of i Hazel ' Orr and
>'.-. the • late ; Myrtle -Agatha '\u25a0 Orr, Ia ; native \u25a0 of ; San
it- Frantteco.'- aged i 4; months - and r 15 1 days. * \u0084
- -- The \u25a0 funeral \u25a0 wfll"" take r place : tomorrow I (Frl-
r V day).) at < 12 : o'clock,*. from the residence . of ; the
ii parents,'; 20 iWheat •. street : off Sanj Bruno \u25a0 road. •
• : Interment Mount Olivet \u25a0 cemetery: C. ;. - v -£. \
BEICHERT—InIthIB ? city?; Miy« 14;? 1907," Paul
m "W; * Reichert. • dearly i beloved land * only > son * of
-* Paul . and s Catherine C Reiehert) and ;• brother • of
;,; Alleen v Reichert, >, a *, of i Ban \u25a0; Francisco,
. 'ajr«l; 11; months; and' 7'days.">' "\u25a0' '.'\u25a0 \u25a0_• ':\u25a0'.
The i funeral * will ? take i place "today ' (Thurs-
day) ,v at £• It o'clock 3 p.* "l ral.'i • from V the ?„ resi-
i dence ; of k his it parents.V 2018 S> Twenty-second
H street' between: Potrero 'avenue "and -Hampshire
;• \u25a0 streets.*''; Interment Holy I Cross i-i; v T
SILVEY— In > this - city/- May} 15 «ni907. ;; Hilary,- 1
J^ beloved f. husband s pt -< Sarah S B. 1" Sil vey,'; father
\u25a0of I Lacey B.T* Everett j 0. . \u25a0' Margaret 1 8. , | Ed ) 0."
I :, and : Lou \Vp SUvey,'! a < native tof Indiana.i: aged
,-St. 59 \u25a0 years ' 4' months ; and <1 \ day. *?.', . -.;* -/." :' *- ; -;r \u25a0•. * . !?
:C->Notice"(of i funeral J hereafter. j,r ; r. .
SMITH— iniOakland.fMaylls.ll9o7,VAblgainL:
\u25a0;• Smith? sister, of Mrs." Sarah E." 1 Berry of Berke-
'm ley 5 and $ George 't E.™ Sevey Aof I Seattle,^ Wash: f
B and aunt of Mrs,* 1 George . P. \ Clough.- a' native of
B5 Maine,! «ge<l ; years . 5 months \u25a0 and ' 15 ; days-Uij
STROSSMAYER \ CJonncilj N0.^460,'i V.* M.'i I.— The
:-i officers » and l members } of '•\u25a0 Strossmayeri Council,'
u'7 and. all: members of .the^Y-lM.'-I." and members
i lof i the : Slav: colony,! are S respectfully i invited 'to
\u25a0:i attend ''\u25a0} the * solemn I high f mass i for s the * repose
; "\u25a0"•\u25a0 of z tbe% soul 5 oorf r - the 5 late it lamented . Rt. I Rev. 1
£f Joseph .George : Strossmayer.-V Catholic " bishop 'of
>f: DJakovo, ito >be t celebrated i at t the ? Church^ of
fi; the : Nativity ,"*< Fell \ street \u25a0 near ' Gough.i Sunday,
•J May ~- 193 commencing '• at \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 10 :15 ia. i m: .: Re v.-
it John " W, Sullivan s will f deliver ; the ; eulogy, npon
4 the ; life ; of i the ' dlstJnguißbed ? bishop." 1 - 1 .. •/ . v - 7<7 < -? :
'...,' - , \u25a05 :
* President Strossmayer.Councll."-"';
l :^D/ i F.' i BERTICH.TSecretary:U:-^;W';;.-:-, ';:.-fyi;j
VARGUS-^lnl Oakland, S May >, 15; H 1907/ ; Manuel
p.Varguß, 3 ? dearly \ husband ; of j Clara % Var-
?i gus.* and ! father jof Joseph iVargus"! Mrs.^Caro-^
S;iina- Saraa;-} Mrs?'' Annie * Garcia | and^Loral Gar-*
Pcla,'-3ainativeSof|Portugal;i'agedjB2i years? 10
& months and 5
, VONBRONEO^In" thls'clty,^ May] 15,^ 1907/5 Pletro
|t*4 Vonbroneo, s a i nati re < of U Italy,-? aged J4l "j years/!
WHEELAND.— In t AJ * m t^*^^^2?» a Wil-''
; 11am . R. Wheeland. 1 brother of Mrs. F. '. G. Cur-
/ tis and ; the •Is te .Tame* i and ; Samuel '\u25a0 Wheelattd,
Sa* native! of * Nova 1 ! ScotiD,;'? aged i GO : y earso"- 1" 1 \u25a0ii
; w,- Friends i and' acquaintances" are )< respect fully.
\u25a0 invited |to ? attend , the i funeral > today .- (Thurs-
;fe day ) i ;' at . 2 S p.-i m.13 from ; his ? late ; home. ; 1535
j-V Ninth j street,^ Mastlck ; station,'-. AlamedaiK ,' v
WHELAN— In ! Sa«T Leandrb?^ May* 14, -1907.1 Mary"
UWhelan.^* devoted -.wife j\u25a0of £ John . Whelan,"; ; a \u25a0
Pf native •of i Ireland, ; aged ' 65 » years. - ~: . ' - -.;- \u25a0
' :%i.i Friends "i are '* invited 4* to .' attend C the -: funeral
% today. ; ; (Thursday); if at?: 10 ;, o'el6ck,~ from \u25a0 St.'
{;. Leander's ? church, s' San V Leandro.*..*;/ Interment
• :'St.; Mary's .cemetery, .^Oakland. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0. ;.: \u25a0 1
•JWOODBDRY— In)thlsi'clty. s;;May'l4,;s ;;May'14,; 19O7.SLen- 'j
If nette /Amanda 4 Woodbary. '* a v native lof s East
i/Cambridge,i /Cambridge," 1 Mass.r aged- 42 years 2 'months and
I ;,>_22;dayB.i>.;K<.">>."~'>^"'r' ' ' '/ \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ''-\u25a0' : "; . ."-TfT."
;.- 7' '\u25a0'\u25a0'- --.---i-.N;' .'\u25a0'.: . • ' '" ',' \u25a0\u25a0 ; ' \u25a0'-\u25a0- • '-'.
V ;AipATHtTO evehy^pAot -r :
Grant .' Bnliaiagr. Market > : and 7t U \u25a0 Stm.
'V Telephone^ Market 5446.;
-.: CYRUS S. 3VRIG HT, •
HAROLD I.;\\VRIGHT.
# Way 6 co.
\u25a0 ,-. . - *. . * ." v: ? DD * :l "'-*-**- 1 ?- I^ s ''\u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0•' '-\u25a0 -•"£• \u25a0-:
210S r GEARY .\u25a0" ST; COR; iIJEVISADERO.
, ';".'•',•"'.: ;'-. Telephone West'' 4707. ;,' ' < ,
G. lACCHERI." . * "lv FERRARI.
\S-'l "'.:"; \u25a0\u25a0:?\u25a0\u25a0-:\u25a0.' L.. lACCHERI.
PHONE MARKET 174. 'PHONE O^AKLAND S7ll
SAN: FRANCISCO. v ; OAKLAND. 1 CAL.
G: iAeeiiEßi & co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS- and EMBALHERS
; ' . 'i 8032 Mission »t.v San Francisco, Cal.
Branch ! Office", and * Residence,^' 548 Sycamore ; st."
"\u25a0..•\u25a0 - ":"/;;\u25a0 near.: 26th',*, Oakland, = Cal. - ; .
) McBRE ARTY^ & McCORMICK f
.iX. "^FUnVralt/ DIRECTORS. % : .
" !> 915 VCIA'! ST. XEAIt 20TH. -„
Formerly/ of '\u25a0' McFadden,'" Mcßrearty \& \u25a0 Green.
. .Telephone/ Market97. •;\u25a0"--: \u25a0 '
J. C^ O!CONNOR^& CO.
* . :FIT2VERAL DIRECTORS,
770 TURK ST., between -_Vi»n Ne»si Aye.
: -T:and/PranUlln -.ISt."— '. ' '
Lady' Attendant.;: V ; ,T«>l.'; Frsriklin 1911
P; F. GREm^& Cp:
: '~ * ; , FUNERAfi DIRECTORS.:^
NE..cor.!Slxteenth;and;Guerrero.'sts.-""::
Formerly, "> of .-.« McFadden. ..*. Mcßrearty & TGreen."
'.'.\u25a0".- -: ..- . Telephone ; Specia l. 1567. »•» • *• i •
DIERKS & CO. V
!:'. .\- . i -:.'•*\u25a0 i'-iUndertakerji,,- . .
960 Devlsadero i St., ; Cor. McAllister.
;.^ : Telephone, W>«t, 4Bo4. ,
V-WOODIJaWN CEMETERY* i
\u25a0 - .-\u25a0.;: •••• '\u25a0; \u25a0';• San '\u25a0 Mateo 'County.--. -". . ;
Finest and. Best 'Equipped; Receiving .Vault and
' . - \u25a0' v•; \u25a0'.\u25a0;•.•-. Chapel. ,':«,; -\u25a0 ."
\u25a0 \u25a0 ; (Masonic Cemetery Association.) rv •
Office 1154 CFarreir St. ;
H. P; PjETERSEN
," . Fu nernl ; Director, and \ Einbal mer,
194011942 Post st. bet.' Fillmore and Stelijer.^
;\u25a0",;%\u25a0::>,:; -!- Telephone; We5t : 6333.' .", \u25a0".\u25a0\u25a0'.-/\u25a0-"'\u25a0'
VAIiENTfe; MARINI & CO;
:\u25a0 UXDERTAKER-S,
"8448 MISSION STREET, J
• -Near Thirtieth. '\u25a0?\u25a0\u25a0 Tel. Market 252.
H^J->jallagher U^
1314 ' WEBSTER t st. bet.' Ellis and O'Farren.
.' ,Tel. < West 5925. DANIEL P.* DONOVAN. Pres.
; & Manager; JOHN 'DOUG HE RT^'., Vice Pree.
; :PHONB' MARKET 132. •/; / '
UNDERTAKERS >i AND '?- EJIRALMERS,
; &'?'\u25a0 --y ** 60 SIXTEENTH i STREET, s
. > - \u25a0-\u25a0'"\u25a0X Between -Church \ and , Sancbea.": v.
G.SELLINGERr^ METZLER; . <
HEnLER:S;UNDERTAHING COMPANY
•.., 1982 ; Folsom 'at: bet> 14th "and 1 15 th.'. t-
•-'. .\u25a0-*\u25a0\u25a0•-' • PHONE MARKET' IU6. ' - \u25a0\u0084 - '\u25a0
.";'\u25a0 \u25a0-•' Undertakers? and 'iEmbalmers. :.;• '.
1335' Golden ::Gate''av." - between.' Fillmore and
. '\u25a0 -> : t '.'.'-':\u25a0 Steiner -streets. -• . \u25a0-
'- j ,:.-; - ' Phone \u25a0= Park 867. • . :
TELEPHONE. PARK 12./ -/: • \
SAMUEL McFADDEN & CO.
\u0084.;;. FUNERAL? DIRECTORS. -
}'\u25a0:.'\u25a0- 1070 * Haight -st. -near.: Baker.' . '
-'<» -:"- Take : Haight r street ; Cars. . '/. . -*\u25a0-
D I. KENNY & CO.
'\u25a0;^-";--IJjmERTAKERS- r- '\u25a0" . .
, t719 EDDY STREET- near_Scott.
' ' :': ' . Phone West 2043. v '7. '
' -MONAHAN;: dfc.- CO.
. Foacr al : ' Director* ' and ; Embnl men. ;
'\u25a0 ! - Private , Residence * Accommodations. -, -
i: ' Of flee SW.' corner .-25 th and Guerrero sts. ? •' '
:.;""' Phone 35. ; : \u25a0•;\u25a0. *
ICRAIG^COCHRAN-StCOij
FUNERALS DIRECTORS ;
'•\u25a0' 1169 Valencia = St. :r'< Near • 23d St.
: Telephone Market . 151.' " .:
McAVOY, O!HARA& CO?
f . ,/. W > . itndertXkers,> \u25a0'
- 2347-2349 Market ?, Street,
.« Bet. ; 16th i and '- 17th - st 3. - Established .: 1878.
•J'" \u25a0-"-:.•.•-.'\u25a0."\u25a0 'Phone Market 154.'. "" "*..•. ' :,
UNITED UNDERTAKERS,
. .."\u25a0\u25a0 FUNERAIi' DIRECTORS./
2603 Howard st.' r neir \u25a0 22d. '. Phone Market -278^
: GEOr-W.' LUNT-.";i HENRY C, BUNKER. v
' I, ' •; — -'BUNKER T&jIiUNT, .;:",>/;\u25a0 ".-. .
; ] FUNERAIi DIRECTORS, >:.
. silxslon' Masonic Temple, : v
-, \u25a0 .2668 Mission ' Street. •;.
- Phone - Market J 2C20. ;
Calif^^Undertaking Co?
i 2210 STEINER STREET
Between Sacramento and Clay^Phone*^West"l32l
; ~f ; \u25a0' -yj-. OCJBAN^TRAyEI.-".' ':/ ';-\u25a0 - :
j4amMrg~&
1 WIN SCREW EXPRESS AND PASSENGER SERVICE
Plymoutii^Chcrbouri--- Hamburg
'Kalserln':: (new). May 16 Batavia V- '.';.. "-."\u25a0;? June 1
WalderseeV;t;..;May 18 \u2666Bluecher : ;,';-.T*.":June?,6
Pennsylvania STT. May, 25 Pretoria .f'. .v.v T~ June S 8
•Deutschlandj:T.'.May 30 •Kalserin i (new) ; June 13
\u25a0-'. "-'Am ongf special If eatores fof ! these < vessels ?are:
.Grlll £ Room, s£ Gymnasium,-?; Pahn s Garden,' ' Rita-
Carlton * Restaurant.l Elevators, < Electric '\u25a0 Baths." '
Mediterranean Service.
''\u0084 , -"\u25a0 TO ; NAPLES *AN"D GENOA: z'i 1 ". \u25a0' v
fHamburg.f;. .*::T.Trr." June li^Auj. 1 13,' Sept 24
•fMoltke -JifTrrT'r7:."r.'.f, May ! 2B,i July.J 2, Sept.- 3
•V, * Has ; Grill ' Robm.X fHas Gymnasium. :
Summer Cruises
DURING JUNK, JULY AND" AUGUST
to the Norwexian tFJords,* JTorth j Cape,
Spltzberßen,' "(lceland and
seaside resorts."; Send for. program ,
£^ R5 R. 1 "! Tickets, 1 ! hotel "Taccoinmbdat ions and gen-
eral -, information « about .' foreign travels « \u25a0-\u25a0
* ; Travelers 1 ,; Checks ; Good ? All '.Over ; the"; World.*;/ V
Hamburg|Sia^^^S|l^^
I \-.'.7" ;..-•;.:\u25a0-' . OOTA\ TRAVE| : ;;
•• '. ;%<-?.\u25a0?. ":";•'.- '-,-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:- :'-:'\u25a0" (T *•'?.-. '->"*''"•-"\u25a0\u25a0 '-" \u25a0-'
;,-\u25a0\u25a0 ~*- j^\'2. "VfcT 1 "-'"\u25a0'•' Steamers Leave Broadway
W/c\P~pP\ V- \Wbarves
((\^^)j. LOS ANGELES .
SAN piEGO.
J^^^ SANTA BARBARA
j Santa R05a. . . . . . ... . .:'. Every Sunday, io a'-m. :
State of California.... Every .Thursday., 10 a/ in. .
For /SEATTLE, TACOM A 7;
Victoria, rVancouver, B. C.*, Puget- :
Alaskan Ports ;
Urnatllia . . . .V.~. ; . .... ';\u25a0. ... .". May ' 22. c - lla. n».
City of Pnebla ;-....*... ........ .May 27,"11 a. m.
Spokane :- : . .-. rt. r. . . : . .r. ... . .May 17. 11 a. m.
. >/ And -Every Fifth Day < Thereafter -, '
For EUREKA (Humboldt^Bay)
Pomona. . May.; IG, 21, 26.;31.* Jane' 5. ; i0:30 a. m. .
City of TopekaiMay. 18.123. 2S, Jon 2,.10:30 a. m
Forj Guayrrias, Mazatlah, La : Paz,
-'-'. Ensenada; San| Jose del\Cabo,
Alta^ta, -'Magdileha Bay
Curaca0..... ......7th .of 'each* mocth,*> 10 a. m.
\u25a0 ALASKA' EXCURSIONS
\u25a0~ -Leartup Seattle and Victoria '
Spokane........ June 14, 2S. July. 12. 26, An?.* 9
Queen . . .... ......... A .",\u25a0. . *. . . ...... /..July '. 16
. For : Nome and \u25a0 St.i Michael
'Senator ..'...;-.. June 1. President ...... 'June : 4
LOW BATES.- including BEKTH AND MEALS.
it!ght reserved to change this schedule..' -
-TICKET; OFFICES: % ,i '; '\u25a0 V . v
SAN, FltAXClSCO—S 'Market st- and Broadway
. , - -wharf.' .Telephone Temporary 402.' -:\u25a0:\u25a0• .'
OAKLAND— 9€S- Broadway. «\V ? -,
San : Francisco Freight ' Of flcp— Broadway wharf.
- C.D.DnXAXN.G.l 1 . A.. San Franoiaco.
l^oyo Kisen Kaisha,
:. (Oriental Steamship Co.)'
: Hare Opened Their ' Permanent ' Office at
Room 240, James I^lood " Building
i'-sVs. '.'Nippon Maru" (calls at Manila). Frl- >
day. May 31. 1907.
.S. - S. : ; VHongkong iiarn," Friday, June i 23,
:1907.;;: 1907.;; \u25a0 ;\u25a0/. _:-.\u25a0 " .... - . \u25a0 .
S. .S. "America Maru" (calls at Manila).
Thursday. Julj*nB. 1907." . . :-._' * ..-
will; leave -wharf, corner *rirst and
Rrannan stre^tn, 1 p. m., for Yokohama and ;
. Hongkong, "call ing \u25a0at Honolnln. Kobe . ( H lozo t .
Nagasaki and Shanghai/ and connef tin? at Hon~-
kontr with steamers for Manila. India A etc. 'No
cargo received onboardon day of'RHUinj. 1 "
:>'- Rtmnd, trip , tickets at reduced rates, -.
For frolcht and passage apply at of See, James
Flood Building. ~-Hagftgß*seaaag&NaH9*qmg j
: w. -n. avert.
. J-, \u25a0:; .. Assistant General Manager. ;
NOME arid
STT, MICHAEL -
' . Direct From San.Kranclico. "*
"-'_ \u25a0 ':•*": S. ; S.; INDIANA", ; (.
Will. make . four '» round trips durlne Ihe season.
First galling May 2S, from China Basin .Wharf,
and "* every . forty j} ay s - thereafter. \u25a0 \u25a0 ; \ '
'\u25a0"..For, freight ?^nd passengera apply t»
; BAUNESOJf-HIBBERD CO^ ~C' y
. 172 Eait St., San Franelseo..
'-'?«.- >-\u25a0 -Telephone -Temporary. 2970. •
OCEANieSiSCG.
(SPHECKEI^ LINE)
TAHITI, "SOUTH SEAS— S.S. Marlpesa sails 11
;'ar m. > May ,21. '-\u25a0'. Cotind'trtp.' first class.- $125.
HONOLTTLU-iS. S. Sierra sails 11 a. m. May, 23.
".Round trip, 5 135; second class. $90. : i
HONOLULTX-rS. S.\Alameda sails 11 a.' nr.- Sat-
••urday, June'l. Round trip, first class. $125.
Passeng-er Dept., 673 Market ' St.; Freight Office,
.-,..:. 58 Clay St. Temp. 1231.
iSMERIGANH^INE:
- Plymouth— -Cherbonrg— -Southampton
PHILADELPHIA ;..... May 25.' June 'Si, July 20
ST.nPAUL:".. '.-:.•. -....June l: June 29, August 3
NEW YORK.... ...June 8, July 6. August 10
ST. L0U15. :........ June 15. July 13. August 17 %
Pltlla«lrlphln — Cluoen«to« a — Liverpool
Noordland. rr. .*. May / 25] -Merlon. -; . .V. . . . .June S
Friesland. . .*. ."".'.June 1( Westerland... . .June 15
mANTiCTRANSTORT^^
" : Xevr York-^-liOndon : Direct •- -
ME5A8A. ..:......... .May 25.' June 22, July, 20
MINN ETONK A..... r.:. June 1. June 20. July 27
MINNEAPOLIS..:. ......June 8, July '6,-- Aug..' 3
MINNEHAHA.-'.'. .V. .June 15,' Jnly 13. Aug. 10
HOLL^D=AMERICA LINE
New York, Rotterdam, via Boulogne
*-z Sailings Wednesday.^ as per Sallins List. -
Potsdam ..... . v ...... May*. 22. -. Jup^ 26. \u25a0 Aug.- T
New' Amsterdam (new).. May 29. July 3, Aug.' 14
Statendam ,-.-. . . Z. . V. . .June 5, ' July 10, Aug. : 21 ,
Noordam June 12. Jnly 17. -Acg. 23
Kyndam.V.'. ;.;.:..*:. ".June ID, 'July 24, Sept. 4
' REDJSTARLINE '
/ 'Xew York— Dover^-Antwerp
ZEELA ND . . : T.'.: .... May 23, June 1 22, July 20
X ROO NL AND ......... June 1, July i 13, Aug." 10
VADERLAND..T... ....... June 8, Jnly 6. Aug. S
FINLAND . . . V ..-:.. .".June ' 15, July 27. Aug. - 24.
WHITE STAI? LINE ,
Xew York-^Qneenittowii— Liverpool ' :
CELT1C... ........ .'rlMay 31,' Jn«« : 27. July 23
8ALT1C. ..%.......... .June 14. July 11, Aug. 8
CEDRIC... June 20, July IS. Aug. 15
ARA81C............ . ......:..:. .Ju1y 4, Aug. 1
*>\u25a0 \u25a0*:. \u0084.."':\u25a0\u25a0 .V : - \u25a0'\u25a0 './\u25a0\u25a0-:,- ' V-;/ - ' -\u2666
. Pl j-mouth — Cherbonrc — Southampton
• ADRIATIC -V: . . ; May 22. June 19. * July 17
;TEUT0N10........May 29/ June 28, July 24
•: OCEANIC. .*: . ... . .June I S. » JuIy .- 3. Jnly . 3l
MAJESTIC. . . '." ;.~. .June 12, July 10, . Auff.^T
t\«Xevr. 25,000 tons; hen Elevator Gym- •
nasium. Turkish Baths and Band.
.\u2666;,;•,;:;;.- iy-';:- :.:\u25a0\u25a0.:: :-::'^' \u25a0< *'.. ;;, : *
>: Tlo.ston — Queens town — Liverpool
CTMRIC... '..'.'. 1". .'...-. May 23, June ID,; July, l7
REPUBLIC...... May. 80, f July 3
ARA81C. ..... :..:. .......... ... . . . :'. . : .Jane 6
l&i MEDITERRANEAN^^
\u25a0 - -^. FROM .NEW; XORK V .
Cretlc\'. 1 . . .~.V> June* 20, - noon ; Aug. 1 ; Sept. 26
Romanic. '.-r .-.".'«-. -V*v. . .::".-.\u25a0. .July -15, 3 p. m.
•\u25a0'\u25a0.>>-\. •\u25a0-'•\u25a0: - .FROM .BOSTON . \u25a0
Romanic .'if.'. i.'."i .".."*.: : June B,'-9 a. m. :'Sept.' 14
Canoplc.r. .-.V..: :.. June 20.i1?p. m.; . Ansr.'. 10
G:,N. KOEPPELV Passenger Agent Pacific Coast,
'.*;:. 30 Ellis sV near Market. ,
COMPAGNIEiGENEiRALEiTRANSATUSTIQDE
' F'-y direct"; line i to ; havr&paris.
Sailing i every 'Thursday » instead ? of \u25a0\u25a0> Saturday,
at>4o •a. '\u25a0 m.T- from ; pier 42/ North river, foot of
raorton' street",;'''" ""\u25a0 '\u25a0 " - * • .
'First class to" Havre," J7O and upward; second
class ito := Havre,' W3 ; and ; upward. ;- GENERAL
AGENCY « FOR \u25a0 UNITED ' STATES AND . CAN-
ADA,"? 22 > Broadway :• (Hudson j building),' New
Y. ork. • J. --.! F.-^ FUOAZL;-'' manager ; Pacific coast.
630 ' Montgomery : street, - San , Francisco. ; '-.. Tickets
sold by i all : railroad: tlckat agents." ,-.-../..
RAILWAY* TRAVJEI* -. . - " ' [..
Northwestern Pacific Railroad U.
-,'r-_ May 6, 1907 " ,
, ; t 'SHORE -DiyiMOX - :
For Sausallto; 31111 Vallqy, San Rafael. '
s eWEEK »A DAYS-jEvery,": 3 0 ;r«; r « minutes
from'i6:ls sto -9:45!, a.' m.; hourly? until
2:45'p.'?m.";:-tlien^every|Soiminute3 until
7:4s ipjim;; 1 9:00,110:15 and "ll:ss p/'m.^
:-;30 'minutes from
6:ls'a.'**mSuntll^B:ls-p.;m.;^9:00, :*9:15,
•9:45; 10:15 { and 11:55 p. m. ;
? ; For ; Fair fax— Week . days---S :1 5, \u25ba 6:45;
7:15;*? : lo «a.v m.U 2:45,; 3 :15. ''3:45, :15,-
4:45 Cand^ 5:15 J p."Jm.-f.; Sundays.- 8:15,"
9:15;10:15*.10:45. J . 11:45 a. m.;' 12:45, 1:45,
2:45,4:15,^4:46 and!B:ls.p.<m.- -v \u0084 .
••-'i': For \u25a0: San rt Quentln^-Daily— B :ls,, : 9:45.
11:45ia;vm.j;i2:45- and;l:4s p. ra. t v
--;8:l&:a/-m.:;daily;?2:45'p.:m.^daily;ex'-
cep t ;: Sundays and .: 8 :15 « p. m. ' : Sunday
only rforvj Camp %\u25a0 "Weaker,* ? Monte .<rj 0
Cazadero i and -wayj stations, i- r - -
'--.\u25a0?. 9:16 a." m.Y Sunday only, and -p\im
dally -'except Sunday, ;-- for
Camp iTaylor, j Point Reyes iand way
stations.*^. 1 \u25a0:"" . • . ; . '" ' ' ; ;; :_ *V ' ",
:'" ; .*To ' Sausalito only. L . .; ; , - ; •,: .
•iv** : .;i\r. : W^vesterx myisio ?r .-' -
\u25a0For.TlDtiron* Belvedere ana San Rafael :
cfe7:30.**8:00*9:15,-;H:00 ar-nx^12:35,-3-30.
5:10,\*5:50r-6:3op.|m.»*daily.-- \u25a0. -':.:*
\u25a0&\1 :30 i a.! m. (dally; for J Petaluma/- Santa
Rosa; 5 -Cloverdale,iUklah,'i 6 Willits/'Sheri
wood.'Sebastopol; and .way. stations
* \u25a0/\u25a0 8 :00 1 arCnu daily for -Petaluma," Santa
Rosa, 'sCamp .Vacation, -Glen' Ellen and
way * etations. -'>-'•, - .' \u25a0 ,<•-'• v"" \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:•.
is*, 3 :B0 Ip.^m.'i1 p.^ m.'i daily , fonPetalurha; Santa
Rosa, .'Cloverdale/, Ukiah.^Guernovllle.-
Sebastopolrand waystatlons.
J s 5 :10 * p.-i m. 1 - dally; for ; Petaluma ' - Santa "
Rosa 3 Sebastopol," Glen > Ellen < and >"».?
staUons^^;:--^^*:::-;-^;-.::---^ \u25a0-- ""*\u25a0*
;--"* 9:15i a..', m.' Sunday only, for Petaluma
Santai : Rosa,^Glen/ t Ellen*'and > way?sta-
tions.^ v .iSSßKlfiHffiSP^P^Kß;*" ' - \u25a0
>*To Tiburon only on week -days. •» \u25a0 ' -' -r
m. Ticket * Offices : ;\u25a0'• Ferry Bulldlnj, and Genemi
Offices,-* James' Flood buil«njr.~ -~ * " - 7"""™
»k»'- -'\u25a0 JAS.^AOLER.v General '..Manaiei
J. J. GEARY. Act.' Gen. Passenger & Freight A^t.
RAILWAY TRAVEL;
.'• V^rif*sv Tnua» leave tal ire &»
'/^^rt&^pV toarriwat :
pklSlwJH San Francisco
\<ff&!xy FEPJIY DEPOT
• ' Foot of Maricet Street _ •
Leave ::'—VU OAKI.AjrD PIER— Arrfrt
7.COa K^cnmond. Benicia. SacraiaantfX * •"
' - il •' ~ Sal3un and Wa y gtattona...,.,. ' ' 7Xh
7.80 a, Elmira. Vacaville. Ramsey . ;^ IMp
,7.60 a Davia. Woodland. >iary3Tille. : •
Chioo. Ked Bluff— Oroyillw—^. • IMp ;
• I Jam ' Elmborst," Newark, Centerville,
-• Jose. Los Gatoa.Wriglit_ 5,-JSp
7.4« a Valledo. Napa. CalLUoga. Santa
\u25a0 : \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Rosa. Jlartlaez. £aa Ramon \u0084 $2Sm
, 7.48 a Nile3,"Pleasanton, Llvermore.
" Tracy. Lathrop- Stockton___. 72Sp
; I.ooa Shasta Express— (Via Davis.)
Willlama, Willows. Bed Bloft.
\u25a0 Ashland, Portland and Ease &23p
t2Q* 31artiae2.Antioch. Byron. Tracy.
. Stockton. Newrp an. Los Banos,
' Jlenilota. Ararona. Baalord. 4.SSp
.v Vlsalla. Porter v111e.........^-:_ 4J3p
B^o* Port Costa. Latbrop. Merced. Mo-
» desto, Fresno,- Hanford. VI- .
\u25a0 -. - : salia, Tolare. Bakersfleld 4Mr
l.«0a Kiles, -..' San Jose. livennore. •
,'r Stockton CMilton). Valley
Spring. .lone; - Sacramento* 4.08j>
8.40 a Sonora. Tuolum ne and Aoarels,^. 4.08p
J.OOa Atlantic Express — Ogden ; ; 428*
9.00 a Reno. Tonopan. Goldfleld- ' 42&9
1.40 a ' Richmond. Port Costa. Martinez.
. and Way stations : \u0084; - §Mw
IOJOa Vallejo. Mare Island. Kapa. IL2S*
I 0.20« New Orleans .Express— Baiers-
: • field, Loa A ngeles, Demins. X" \
- Paso. New Orleans 7.W»
IOJCa Port Oosta. Martinez. Byron. \u0084 \u25a0;\u25a0••,
Iracy. L atbrop. Stockton.
Merced, Raymond. . Fresno.
Gosh en Junction. Hanford,
Lemoore. Vi^alia, TuJaro. 7.9Jb
1 1.00 a The Overland Limi ted— Omaba.
' " Chicago. De over. Kansas City 7^Bp
11.40 a KllesandWay Station9__». r 2.48b
2Mp x Newark. Agne w. San Jose__~ 72&n
3.009 Benicia. Win ters; Sacraicento.
Woodland. Knights Landin;.
Marysville and Oroville 10.45*
32Qf ' Yosemitß Valley via Raymond— '
Wawona Route __.. _™ &AS*
3.209 Port Costa, Martinez, By>on,
, Modesto. Merced. T>«>" : 12.05t
3JO» Via Tibaron, West Napa. St.
Helena. Callstoga^. . - 102 S.
3.40p Portland '. Express, (via Davis>,
1 \ Williams. Willo^ 9.: Red Blnfl. • •
Ashland. Portiaod and East 9.43 i
3.40» Niles and Way Stations^... ;7.48|
4.00p Vallejcn Martinez. San Ramon.. .*-
•~ Napa. Calistoga. Santa Rosa... *.W|
4.00p NUes. Tracy. Stockt on Lodi . . W2S*
4209 Elmhurat.' Newark-. Centerville f t8.48<
\u25a0 Agnew. San Jose. __^..__ 1 t19.4&
4.40p ; Hay ward. Niles. Ir vington. San t*.2*i
- Jose. Llvermore.. JII.4S*
5.OCp Tlie Owl Limited — Newman. Loa
.\u25a0-:'_' Bano3. Mendota. • Fresno. Tn-'
lare. Bakersfleld. Los Angeles 8.4 V
S.2oj» Hay ward. Niles and i-an : Jos« . 7.DSi
5.20p Vallejo. Port Costa. Benicia. Sol-
sun. Sacramento ..-.,?:, .. \u25a0 ,-7 11.2*
6.Mj> China and Japan Fast Mail—
Osfden. Omaha.; Chicago....:..^-.
Martinez. Sto ck ton. Sacra- '
- inento. Reno, Sparks .» C.4»i
<.29v> Hay ward. Niles and San Jose ; 9.4b
T.OO* Goldfleld Pass.— Port Costa. Be-
nicia. Snisan. -Elmira. Dlxon.^ '
I>a»is. Sacra m ento. Truckeo - »
- Wadsworth. Hazen. Fallen.'
Tonopaii. Goldfleld and Keeler 7.o>*
7.Wp> RhyoUte. Beatty. Bullfrog.-; 428 i
7.06» Vallejo. Benecia and Way 6ta- ' ,
• tions, Sunday nnly \u0084,, --. HJUi
8.20p Oregon Express— Sacramento, .
Marysville. Redding. Port-
land. Puget Sound and East. 5.4J« . .
9M? Fast Mail— O gdtn, Omaha. Chi- --.\u25a0\u25a0: >
cago.— Pueblo. Kansas City. - '
* £t. Lonia ;„„ -— . C4ai ;
COAST LINE .
JET (Third and Townsend Streeta)
6.10 a Valencia St.. San Jose and Way '
Stations ;,:,.„ .... 1. ;,;.-, ..,..* CJQs
7.0f1a Valencia St. Redwood. San Jos«. ,
. Morganhill. Gilroy. Pajaro.
\u25a0 Watson vii:*. Santa Cruz— Lan-
rel— Boulder Creek, Salinas . •
Del Monte. Monterey. Padflo \u25a0
(?rf>yi^ ~ ..'.., 1* ' \u25a0 , ri . \u25a0 , 1 5«4Qp ; .
I.oos Shors Line Limited— San Jose.
Salinas. Paso Robles Hot •
Sprinss. Fan Luis Obispo.
Santa Barbara. -Los Angeles . 9.30*
B.ooa Del Monte. Monterey, Padflo .
t Grove' •*" ' , ' *'" '• i- .' ', . . 9J89
\u25a0B.ooa Wataonville. Santa Cruz.Laarel.
\u25a0:\u25a0'\u25a0 f \u25a0\u25a0'RAnMoy Ptpolt -\ --.--,\u25a0• 9JO» >
B JOa Tbe Coaster— San Jose. Salinas.
Paso Robles Hot ' Springs,
..... Santa Margarita, San Luis.- -
.. \u0084 Obispo. -' Guadalupe. Santa
\u25a0' i *' Barbara. San Buenaventura,
;. - \j- j Oxnard. Burba nk. Los Angeles 1L45» :
BJBa Gilroy, Holli3ter. Tres Pinos. Pa." -
Jaro. Watsonville.' Santa Cruz.
Castroville. Del Monte, Pacific -
Grove. Suri, Lorn poc_~~.— .. 11.45*
• 9.05 a Valencia St., South San Fran- -
' Cisco. Palo Alto.' San Jose.™.. 7.40»
10.30 a Valencia St., Burlingame. San - .
>, Mateo. Redwood. Palo Alto.
' San Jose. : 1.20p>.'
II JOa Valencia St.. San Jqs» and Way
RtaHnna \u25a0\u25a0--- *- ~ «.1S».
2.00p Valencia St.. San Josa and Way
. Stations ' ' ' ' ,"~, "~- ; fLSS»
S.ooy Del Monta Express— Valencia
*j St.; San Jose. Gilroy. Watson- >
ville. Santa Cruz. Del Monte.
Monterey. Paciflc Grove—— 12.15»
3.00^ Hollister. Tres Pinos S.4o*
'S.IS? New Orleans Express— El Paso.
./. San Antonio, Houston. New 1
* Orleans and East- _:_ 1015 a
3.159 : San Jose. Salinas, Paso Robles
Hot Springs. Santa Barbara..
Los Angales ' .* X.S.ISa
S.ISp Watsonville. Santa Cruz, Del
-..;•' Monte. Monterey. Paciflc -
> Grove \u0084 . -- - -. ,- -, 11.45p -
3.30p Valencia St., Sooth San Fran-
,- ;\u25a0,-* cisco." San Jose. Gilroy. Hol-
lister. Tres Plnos——. . 10.35 a
4JOp Valencia St.. San Jose and Way j +S.oo* l
- Stations...... - ; , * - \u0084-) ,} t9.lS*>
tS.OOp Valencia St., Burlingame. San
Mateo, . Palo Alto. San Jose,
Los Gatos— -r. ' ,: \u0084 '.- \u25a0.;',• -^- i9.86a
- , SJOs -Valencia St.. San Jose and Way
--..*; 'Stations "~ - ' • 10.80 a
t6.00i» Valencia St.. - Burlingame. San
. Mateo. Beresford. Belmont. \u25a0 >:'
• Redwood. Fair Oaks. Menlo • ""•
Park., Palo Alto, San Joseu:_. 7^oa
•JOp Valencia St.; San Jose and Way
Stations : L._ O»a
\u25a0 B.OC j Sunset Express— San Jose. Sail- j
, nas, Paso Robles Hot Springs.
Ban Lnis Obispo. Santa Bar-
bara. Los Angeles. Deming. El
. . '- Paso. New Orleans - • .'-tO-1S«
B.ooa Golden State Limited Sleeper—
fbnur.- *E1 Paso. Kansas Ci ty. St. Louis.
Ohlpagn \u0084-.,.; V _. 10.13 a
8.009 Pajaro. Watson ville. Capitola. '
Santa . Cruz.-- Castroville. . I>*l
-: Monte. Paciflc Grove -.\u25a0_-\u25a0\u25a0.. '., * 11.45>
8.159 Valencia St: Ocean View/ Palo '.-
: AJto. San Jose -— _ , " -;,;.;. ., «-4« a
; tl.oop ; Sacramento River Steamers iSJOOp
4.00» i, Wednesdays frora Howard 6t.v
\u25a0Wharf N0. 2. "3. 3. Break-
water." Marshflehl, CoqnlUe. -
Myrtle Point. Ora-' ''"' - t3.00a :
: Union : ; Transfer '\u25a0'\u25a0 Company agents ; collect
1 baggago and checks on trains of/ Southern
Pacific and deliverto , residence. They are
acthorteed to check baggago - direct from
residence. -.- ' ' -/ \u25a0 • ~ . \u25a0 - .
OAKLAND '? HARBOR / FERRY
-(Foot of Market Street)'
''\u25a0- " 7jOO. 8J». 9J)0. 10X0. 11X0 a. m. ,
1 12X0. IXO.jtXO. 8X0. 4X0. 6X0. 6X0, 8X0,000 Hum,
!/ A for Moralnj P f or Afternoon
', iSonday trcepted. tScmday only.
; Via Sansalito Ferry—Foot of Market St.
! Lv. SaaFraa, >yJgj^-."-/< Lv.Ta— lpals. \u25a0
I wxek tva- - sra- wbsx
DAT DAY PAT PAT
9:13 A I 7il3A r^3 5^3 A VM x
9:15 A Ua»A WOP
"liii P" '54* A *&mW U:l« P 4i14 P
11:13 A l>ioP,
RATOT- 12MS P .: ..; ;-T: :« • J:10 P M.IOTU *
; dat 2JSPL UnlHdMayt 4:«P dat ;
4;45P 3MSP tShyTS? r 8:40 P fcMP
i TICKET OFFICJB AT SAUSAUTO rEMT,'
BAY A.YD DiT£BUBB.I.\ BOCTEJ
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD'
- \ VALLEJO and NAPA
v -XAPA valley booth V- x . ".. ;
Moatlcello S. S. Co. aad Xapa VaUey El*ctrl«
R. B. Co. ' ' Clove > coonectioos.
I- -;-: «— ROU.YD TRIPS DALLY--«
'Boats leave, Saa rranciac* 7:00,'_»»:43 •••.;«.. .
12 :S0 noon. 3:15. 8:00. »8:80 p. m. "
; . San Francisco landing and office. (Hay street »
wharf, north end Ferry . building, Marie t Sttaet
terry.i Meals a la cart*.
- .* Pune temporary '408.
•Lands Navy ..Tard • dtrtet."^ : SSSoR^^B
Weekiy^Call, $1 per Year'
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