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Informal Session .
mo Anrtes ....... " 200 Mexican ...... T6
Kfirt Belcher "7 2000 Ophir ..1.15
S.v» Besf* Belch. 7.'. 300 Ophir . .... .1.12*4
100 Chollar JO) .too Kejr Rel<-b«r .. 02
V>o Con Imperial.. <*2 200 Sierra ... 47
100 Gould & Cur. 17| 100 Utah 06
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bld.Ask.j Bld.*A*k-
AlAa — Cs'jußllre 01 03
Alt* -. 01 A£iKeii,tnrk 0" 08
Andcf ....'. c 21 Ud'T Wash .. — ' 04
Brlolier Jo 20 27 Mexican 55 .16
Bcia.& B«lcb. 7."> 76 N Gould &.C. 14 —
nnlllon — l":Occl<Jental .... 27 —
t'alrdoQla ..'...' £0 23iOphlr 1.101.15
<-hallrnce .... 17 — 'Overman 0"J 31
» hnllßr ....... 03 10|PotOfil 10 12
Confidence ... — Oy'Savase 43 47
Con Imperial. 01 02^ScorpIon • — 07
= Con N York. ~ 03, Sec Belcher .. 01 (-2
Con Va M Co. 55 • I>C] Sierra Ncr ... 4<> —
CrowiK.J'olnt.. 24 27;SllTer Kill :.. K5 " —
i:^< : h<'<Ji»' < r '... 80 — I Union Con : . . 30 S2
<iou!jd & Car. 15 I'iUtKh CS 06
Halfr A- Norc. » — 70; Yellow Jacket. 1:27 —
TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS
Herular Session— a :So to 12:30
3*xlO AnietliyKt 00i SOO Great Bend .: 27
b*> Bejmont I.VSi 100 Great Bend ... 28
I'MJ Blue 3ull ... jP; 4«J7 Hoinestake K. 50
l««i(>Tlootb . .. — i 7<k) Jim Butler .. 45
2WO <oti Traction. K"j r.OO Jim Butler ..44
ltKt C">ra Fraction. M 7fK) Jumbo Ex . ..; :^ 7O
.H>.«» Knrvka Ton... 04 1000 Kendall 11
1000 Cracker Jacit. «F.i 2.VJ Mohwk C Leas 01
COO Da it. j- OltKHiO Mobwlc C Leas 02
3«0 Daisy : «>'- 15^000 MbcNamara. 17
«») 2.151 300 Montana . 1.00
l«0 Florence . ..2.I2V* IKK >O Pine Mit ... 03
4 MK> Florence Ex.. » U«) Ton of Ne»..8.15
2i<>o «W < > on M...3.W! 533 West End ... 40
I<*» tild <Yin M.S.K7M>I 500 We»t End JT.'.V 41
,1000 Cranny" <.; M. J7j
Informal Seesloo— l2:3o tft 2 p. ra. :" v
]i>O Adamt «v;i 700 CI4 Con M.3.024
Xu*> Adioii i>7 l«0 <;ia <oa M...3.03
I'M' Atlanta l^. lot «M Con M.3.V7Vi
-H«t Itelmont l.luilSOOUld C^n M...4.<''»
JirnO P.lue Bull ... : 17jlStiO Orenr^-Bend .. 1:7
.';<"K> O>i:i Fraction. S3] 4C<O Jumbo Ex 08
-~ s'«> CV«o Fraction. K2;3500 Mayflower Con .. 37
"i k :;'«i Uuitf Q2 100 MonUnt ..V.'.I.SS
S HIM Kslsy i-{l 200 Montana !.•«.»
\ I<hh! Hid H Btie C. IT. IWK) Monuna .i.V.1.50
r I'nft I^^le'g Nest.. Montana 1.45
lOD K.\ Ut Coppr.l.C'j t>(X> Montana :t.1.82%
t'««> Ksirwraldß ... <>7 10CK) NeT Goldflpld.. It
]<"«' I'alrvw Hallst <«' 2C«) Scr Hills 3.25
7' 1 " Flor GUI ..2.12>i!10(i0 I'ltts S Peak.. t>7
M<| Fhirrace Gld.2.l<)'looo Red Top Ex..- 14
:-.(«' Florence Gld.S.lstlOOe Ued Hill* ....' 23
©C JOB Flor G!d . . 2. 17HJ 200 Silver I'ick .. 23
TOO Florence Gl<j.2.2<.i 2fO Tr«mp Con '.- . ... 18
IJ.W Old JL'on M...3.»0,
.:-.. i -CLOSING QUOTA TIONS ; : .
':,;\u25a0 '" \." X; '\u25a0 CALIFORNIA -;; •
•\u25a0\u0084"\u25a0•' ^•\u25a0. Bil.Ask.l \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0 ' ' Bid. Ask.
Ruiiker.-; Hill .•>_'. 10 — ;Hx. Mt CoppV. — 1.25
« '.M-ckJark • V,.. 03 • 50 —
': •'_-*; '. .; V ' NErAI)A: : ';V V.:-.:
' .'. ••;'. '•\u25a0: Tonopali Irtstrjct' \u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0•: ' : \ Bld.Atk.f ' .«\u25a0 . Bld.A^V.
MU-lmont ...'.iVl.uy l.oV.Mlspah Ex ... — 20
•'\u25a0;,' "California V;:. ' — • D 5 Montana 1145 1.50
<"«sl< Boy. ... 03 — Mont Mid Ex. Ol 03
Kureka-Tonl.. <>4 - Mon I'ltis Ex. 03 —
'iuld Aachw.i -.04- (<:>i North Star ... 09 —
OoM Crown .V" 03' -iOhlo Tnn 02 03
OoldMt ..-..\u25a0' — :^e{Ohlo Ton Ex. — 09
<;rr»t Westrn. .' ol \u25a0 lC t Paymaster ... — 01
Home .' ..«C'- — -'Rescue Con ..04 05
Jlra Butler .. 4S ' 4;«;Toa Exten ...1.12 —
NU.N«mara s '; •17 18 Ton of N>t. .8.00 —
MSdwaj; • ..;i. '. 4S \u25a0\u25a0—SWest End ... 40 42
\u25a0;..;•' "\u25a0• OoldfleJdDUtrlrt
\u25a0\u25a0 Adams-. ..!•".:•;. OTiGUJ Tom Boy. — 2."
' Atlanta . 7. /.-. 21 2"J Wrandm* ..... O(5 07
Klsck'AntsC :•::{ <'4;<Jreat Bend .. 27 2-S
Mk B Bonar "2 -. '\u25a0;; <!rt Bend Anx O2 0:1
Hlk Butte ; "Ef OS . <>:> «;rt Bend C<m 01 —
Bl«ck.«locV:.: : "2 CTCrt limd Ex. <15 —
Bine Bell \u25a0\u25a0-•:' ; M \u25a0-. Ort Bend Frac 02 03
Bice Bull -A." lit :i>H!heTnia ..... 03 I*4
Brooklyn. :iu..V-- tc.lr.mhn Ex &S 70
ntfe-CfoUrSeld. <X 1 -03 Kendall ...... 10 32
Boofls J. : >..,.-.'2'.» 21" Kendall Ex .-. 01 -?
. Columbia. ''. .i.. : \*i \u25a0 i!V Lskuuh SO —
. ColirmbjA. Mr, -17-. >— (Lcne Star 10 11
iViluni" _Mtv.Es "'- fiM.ru Dllloa ... 04 .; O5
: t'otn iJKrartlon.- . ?2 * ; 4:'NJayne — =(.>3
Com.hC "Nation- 03 <>4!Mid Pawnee. .. 02 i-^
• Conqueryr •\u25a0';.. .05 -^iMUltown Frac <>2 \u25a0 —
-.. Cnwker.Jaek: «5- ,<i7-|Mofcawk _8.12 • —
,M»iisy :-.:.".•...• •<« \u25a0 W! Mohwk C Leas <'l (2
'iiaiey.Et . 01 <fi! Mohawk Ex . . fHJ 07
ll»esert CnleT... 02 —'Mohawk I>>dse OH —
Onr B.Btte C. " ll'.- I*: Nevada Boy .. 03 01
Pnxifld - Trnsl: \u25a0• O7 os.Nev Goldfleld.. 11 J2
Dixie-'. \u25a0......,;,. *a <"<4;Oro OS 1O
I»i>mlnlon..-X . .' "— r 02;Penni>TlTanla;: 01 \u25a0 —
Ijrmin- \u0084..,> O4 ~!Ked Hills .... 22 23
Fsnjeraldfc- :.. 04 — He<l Top Ex.. J3 .14
Fofleral .- .'.V. . -—v"* •^Saijd«t<irra . :.,' . 10- :;1S
Florence:-,...2. 17 2.'2^-.Sanrtßtorm . El; — -t*4
. Hf>»-cuce f.\':. Jl .iSiSandstm \V Ex •V— ('2
Fr«n<-.»« Mkk. 4:t . — Si!.T«r Pick ..22 23
«:o!d ,n«r t'r«» <rj -^\u25a0SllTor Pick Ex <X .—
• »;id Bull I*"X <••%. — 'Si Ires ..-..;. :J4 - : S-'i
<:!<1 i'nn'Mv.a.'«i'..--.'« Irw ' l/»s. 07 : —
«.;id KTiie!.-. . 'f'l3.' —-.Sun Do*- \u25a0.'„•.. <— 01
' iiUjHrmli: !.:\u25a0—: re.Tremsncc ..... — i»>
«;id Portland. • 07 • Cw!V-ern«l ....'.-.. 1)7 30
.: <;m K«l King • -.-•tr, ;'Won«#r ..;... *- 03
. \u25a0 «;i<l Joshua.-.. — --/W Yejllrw Hose.. <>4 —
(U'i -Kowedss; ?3" ~ : :Yellow Tiger.. : 11 — ;
Amsrs:o*a ' . .'. '.— . >'3 I.l"ine«iake K. r— 50
: Amethyst :... . (H» 'JOiUre Harris .. — 02
Beatjrr Mt XL- — 'JWfiyllwfr. Con 16 17
P.iC Bulifrrgi., "I- — Midniriit '...... 03 05
Bonnie CUre.- — ." 'V! Mom Bullfrog. Ol \u25a0 —
•\u25a0 Bulifroc Anx'.. — •' '. «^,Montjromv Mt. V 3 — '-
' Hifrc Banner. 01 --\Mtir Shon Ex: .03 - — .
Biilltror Ex . . £-"••• fllrNupcet •-...:.-. «l . 04
KtilSfros ;M»n. 04. . tjS'Oriff Bullfrog. fi3 04
liirnr Nsr Bk- otr. — bhoslin Nat Bk — ;(•!
P.lfrj: N Stiir. i"J- — iTnmii (on .. 2<) -S2'
BIXiV .Victor.. — <HJ Valley View..; — «>0
IH»n TSlfii iKnx. \u25a0 03 ... <i4|VelTel -. -^ ' :.Os': .Os'
«;<)ld : Bar - XT'- <ij:Ventura .-: os •;—; —
\u25a0<;ol<i; Scptre;. ta\ r.-';Y)iukw Oirl v, 02 —
H Hoolisaa..': — ;\u25a0 .(4j .-.;., • \u25a0 \u25a0 '. •' .. •"•;
;.-. "Manhattan District \u25a0\u25a0'-.\u25a0 *
Apr .rool Ex. — .'. Otiiiaa Mln NeV. 03 ,"C4
Comet :'• — ' .;'«>l.'.Man Plute .i. 01 \u25a0 —
\u25a0<;•>!* : Wi-rlge ; . •_ 03 <i Men Red Top. — 02
(irannr <; M. l«i- \u25a0 : •— i*Hner«l Hill.. 02 -\u25a0— >
. li:d «;«mp .... -Of--- — .-Mustans .Man.... 12 —
I.Ut-Je <Jrpy . ; —•-\u25a0. <> Mhhum- Anx.. — :O1
Man T^lfnoTit-,. *—^-'-'wi'Mustantr Ex ... '03 . .04
Mtn .P.ron^tvD..' 03 ,-\!<4.'f»rls: Man ...'.'. <M .—. —
Man Buffalo.. 01." — :i-Plne Nut. ...; IM •05
Mj.a ' (.'fln' *\u0084 . -r- iKlfiyr lluiuphrey. 02-'-'O4
. Man :Comb ; 1 :; 01 • --^istray D<>g .:\u25a0:. 00 ' —
•.. Men'iCresce'nt. 02 rKiTafluinia Coppr -^ .-.J13
M»i,n C-owbo?.. O2 • •—^'ThanksslvlnZi.. " — i. SO
Man rs l>ester. . <» ..— ;Whale :. 03- —
Msn IHumMdt ««' • — 1 yellow llptw- 02' V' 3
•.;•' ManvLit Joe 4 ' : ;oj ' .*?±\ • . \\y-/ '. "
. Otber' District* ' '" •"•.
h' Crown Pt GVd 15 •• — 'Jeffetron Apex — -30
* ?>jrle'e- Ne*t,. 25 "•\u25a0 r^»l Johnnie \u25a0 Cons.;. ;>6 — '
Ksirrn- .Aztec.' -i-.. 25'I.ynx CPffk . . — 05
. Fairrw" O . BM 12 !s.Ma«ima H!ll«. -*- £5
r«lrrn- 'llailut at . — i»T Hills ... .3.25 —
\u25a0rcirvj\- Kaclo." CB..\T«'!K*t Hills Ex :« —
Fairra- Jt Mt. —- \u25a0 lOiNer • Wonder.;. " <U —
:. " Futrrw 11 lick "— '." 37-* .V. Star -Wondr Ol —
Feirrw-S Kng:'-— L<> Pitts S Penk. .' S~> 00
• ' "Plor C. c II K«x '— 15! Round 5it.'.... .-: -^- Ni
.<;iohej Johnnie. '15 : = -^f&ound Mt Et .-7 IS
,«;bldyke . Beef.- OC v — (Smoky Val-,-.'. — -£5
Ida Mac Anx. c r^-. •\u25a0 Jo'Vultnre . .-.!.» '^- •15
. ' San FranrliiFO Kxchance !.
D:ls a. m.- rtrpular Session •'\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0
No 6a les. . .•\u25a0 '\u25a0 \u0084 - • ' \u25a0 .' ]
SnJpP!**rs'h \u25a0•' m.°.'Bepular Session ' :
I." 5000 Enatrtre I 05.2000 Adams ..'\.Z. '07
100 ItaiFy ...•./.'...- 02ilOf>0 <irrat Bend .'. 27
.-.lfftx' J-one Smr "..: -10-^no Sandstorm ... 17
: \u25a0 2fK«) K»-d Hills--..-. 2S .1000 Daisy . . : . . <>2
3"0<» I'jkl< Top Ex. 14 1000 Florence- Ex 15
3f«rift Bis Bullfroe.. (C 500 Gld Con M...3.f«5
•2000 Pine Nut ... <W3OO Do/islO 3.V0-
Yon Old C*n M...3.tHi! 200 Florence "..-... 2.15'
; 2:":j p. m. Regular Rewion" ....
V** C*'.t Eureka.. Cl! 30 Gld Con M...3.05
CLOSING QUOTATIONS -
Tonopah District ' •• \u25a0.
Bld.Aisk.; • ' .Bjd.Ask.
. Cash Boy .-. — <^!Mont Mid Ex. — 05
Oi-eat *X\'«trn. 01 02'<">hlo Ton ...; — 05
. !nd Ton . — 01 Paymaster ... — 01.
Jlru° Butler .. 40 — Ilencue Crm ..04 —
MacNaroara.. 20 — [Ton Belmont.. 95 *—
Midway 48 . Bo! West End Con — 4Z
Goldfleld District
Adams O0 o*>; Great Bend . . 2<5 2S
• Atlanta 21 22|Grt Bend Anx 02 03
Black Ant* ..02 03'Grt Bend -Ex. 05 07
Blk B Bonao (C fpS'Jcabo Ex 70 —
vF.lk Butte Ex 03 04: Lone Star 00"
IBlue Beil ... *** Ofe.Mayne *03 —
\u25a0Jt'Aat; Bull ... 1« IS.MId Pawnee.. .' 02 O4
Fraction. « S4|Mobii«-k Ex ..-05 07
Ocmnir >"atlon 03 OSiOro 08 !0
Cracker Jack. <»i . OSllled Hills 22 24
Daisy' €1 —Red Top Ex.. 13 15"
Dm B Btte C. 14 1C Sandstorm ... 13 17
o Pixie «« O4i Wonder — 03
Cld Con M...4'.iK« 4.05;
Bullfrog District
Amethyst — JOXljre Harris .. 01*. 02
VAz Bul^fro^..- — 01 !Moct Bullfrog, i— '. <<3
• Blfrs Net Bk 0C — 1 Victor ... 02 —
Manhattan District
Apr Fool Ex. — OliMan Dexter .. 10 —
Gold Werfre.V M OBjMan Uttle Joe Ol C 2
M*n Broncno.. 04 07 Man lied Top. 01 02
Mas Cowboy.. 02 CSiMan Whale ..03 t-5
AtpbV .....I. — 04' Julia — 08
A!U ..01 (SJwtice 01 M
Andes ...•....„ 21 22 Kentuck OS OS)
Belcher ...... 23 -. — Mexican 57 5S
Bwt & Belcb. 7S Ss|oyhlr 1.12 1.15
Bullion 13 J4iOrerman II 12
Ctledonia 21 23|Pctosl 15 ie
ihallense .... 16 —JHaraire — 47
Ciiollar oa lo:Sc<.Tj'lon 03 05
Confidfnce ... .—. — MiSejr Belcher ..02 O4
C<j» Imperial. 'H t«2 Sierra Ncr ... 47 SO
Con Va M Co. .'.7 sS;silver 11111 ... — 40
Crown Point-. 2-1 — .Union C«.a ... 29 SI
Exchequer ... — 35'Utab —:\u25a0• *»
Gould & Cur. 14 Isjyellow Jacket. l.2s —
llale & Norc. .— 04| .
nCAL. ESTATE TRA.\SICTIO\S
Pui A..- Lout* and, wife to Eafae! Trotta,
lock 3. Roisw tract; Rrant.
ta Plant and wife to Empire State snre
sny, lot «t NE comer of Twenty-fourth
i<\ Doiarlass. E 65 by N 114; <1O.
<U<»r and wife to Alfred XV. Morsenstern,
' line of Mafon street, 44 N of Jackson,
jj- W 77:«: 110.
Bcafemla Healr to Barbara. M. K.nl.
Holiday Ties Up Business in the
Mining Stock Market
Deals. Run: L6\v; ; but Proposition to Adjijurnf
; ; ; Is Promptly; •Vetoed by the Brokers . ;"":• ".\u25a0
The ;rrrlnlng: stock market was prac'r
tlcally , dead yesterday. \ln .the San
Francisco stock and exchange board
and the • San. Francisco • mining ex
change the sales amounted Iri both the
call board and the informal sessions to
only 80,000- shares of all kinds, which is
the smallest record made-. since the
boards were opened. The holiday tied
up the business of the stock : brokers
almost completely* A proposition was
made to ' -clos*. ' the San Francisco stock
and exchangre board . during the holi
days, but this was voted dowft; '.Conse-:.
quently the business, will continue tp.
day. ;•...-. '.\u25a0 ' . ; •'. \u25a0• :'\u25a0\u25a0 - . :
The conditions; were singular, as they
related to mining stock transactions; :
Brokers found it Impossible to deliver
stocks In some instances!" Some others
refused to accept deliveries. Other
brokers declared that the legal holidays
CARMEN CALL CORNELIUS
TO TALK WITH COMPANY
Strike Is Imminent on All
J Lines for Allege 4 Pis :
criminatioii : \u25a0 '-\u25a0:. ".:. ,
Special b\j Leased Wire to ThtCall
BTOCKTON,; Oct. 31.— Richard Cori
"nelluß, president of the San J-Trancisco
carmen's un}pn, was in Stockton today
investigating, complaints by , ;tha-. local
carmen's union against the Central Cal
ifornia traction company, which its men
say is discriminating against unionism
in attempting to operate Its. ihterurban.
lines between: Stockton and Lodi with
nonunion \u25a0 men' imported from -Xios. An*,
geies. Trouble, is imminent with the
traction company and Cornelios.V&t the
solicitation of local carmen, is: :attemp.tr
ing to adjust differences, and: save a;
tieup of the lines here. : ... : - \u25a0,':
President Cornelius said he merely
came to Stockton to pay an official .visit,
but it was learnedthat his:bnly purpose
was. to attempt &h : adjustment of the
contentions. ..'.'.. :/ ;.'":• '\u25a0\u25a0' ' :>-, .- - .'•\u25a0
. Several weeks ago Manager. Mctener.:
gan, late of 'the Huntlngton: lines .of
Ivos Angeles, practically forced the local
union to accept his terms., which pro
vided that union men could operate ex^
clusively, upon the lines within- the city;
of;. Stockton, while he should be;-per-
mitted to employ : such niien as he de
sired on the ihterurban lines, regardless
of the unions..^! .. \u25a0 \u25a0 =\u25a0 : -'| : ;;..:, \u25a0: : ' :.':
SdHQQL BOARD REFUSES
;\u25a0:\u25a0;(= TO ORDER VACCINATIONS
State Law : Largely : Disobeyed ; by
Sonoma County Trustees,;. Who
\u25a0 Would Rather Resign >:
Special by Leased Wife to The Call
: - SANTA ROSAV Oct., 31. — The board of
education has ignored the order -'-qf the
state, board of- health requiring the,
yaccinattbn of . school children under
this state law and when County Super-,
iniendent Dp Witt Montgomery Hies his ;
report NDvernber. T many country dis
tricts also wiirhave failed.". 'Consider-,
able opposition to the law by parents
has: appeared and trustees of several
districts in Sonoma' county .have said,
they 'would resign rather, than: to en
force •". it. •\u25a0"\u25a0'• :.\u25a0•\u25a0•:"\u25a0:: ..:\u25a0,'.:'::..• • : - : v
: :The' matter has b«en before tlie : Santa.:
Ilbsa board, for meetings but:
was . referred ".to a special committee
which failed] to -report, it is: believed
that ther« Is penalty attached; ftfr. fall-.,
ure. of board ..rmembers, to .'.comply with^
the.law. 't . \u25a0 ; --.v. v . '\u25a0'• .'; :' ','j. [\u25a0\u25a0', '\u25a0;'
LUMBERMEN. WIN. BIG . • . .
. VyiGTORV IN NORTHWEST
Secure an : Injunction to. Prevent
: \u25a0 Railroads From . Putting ,in
...:-\u25a0 ;• Force Increased RateS ;
. ' PORTLAND',- Ore,", ..Oct.: 31.^-rlJumber'
rrieri won a. vjetoTy'.in the federal cburt :
tiiis. xiiprninß; \u25a0 when-. Judge-. C: :E.: E. Wol- ;
verton -granted the irijunction. asked by.
the Oregon and, Washington. 1 lumber,
rtiarjufacturiers*. association against the
proposed new " advance in lumher rates
which' the : railroads .had announced
would take : effect tomorrow,' Novem
ber 1. The association was ordered to
deposit a., bond pf $250,000 with which
to. pay ani' difference between the ex
.isting rate and .th« . proposed rate,
should the railroads eventually win.
Inc. lot Ht XW •corner of Filbfrt street and Na
.pif-r MIPT- X.5»:6 by W.fiO; $.%<ipO. •: '
Honry H.DIIgM md wlfp to Abraham GoifJpn
ion. ,on#-hiilf of lot 4<V block 30. Ileiss tract; ?10.
\u25a0Julius -Rotb to Josephine Rothi lot In E line of
TV>lsom Btrwt. C37:6S of Tvrenty-gecond, S 22:«
by X 122:«: gift.' -• . :• ' ' .. \u25a0 "
Georpp- tyxlbunt'i:' to Christina M. Todhunter, '
Wt in W line of JiaTkln. street, 87:8 N of Lom
•bf.r<l.- eN SO by W 8-7:0. tprt one other piece : jpift.
BnlMlng construct lna company to H. Law and
H. K. Jaw. lot In E Jlne of Seventh avenue, 110
Nof I tctrert. N 23.byK 120; $100: •; . .- : .
A. M. Rwlng'and wife to Mary C. Pehnuten
ba«R.: lot In X line of Fourth ? venue, 284:3 N
of B street.- N 23 by. E 116; f6,700. \u25a0
John J. Greeler and wife to Tbomas F. Gree
ley,"lot In RE line of IToward street, GSO SW
of Klrst. SW 2-"> by SE S.">; $10.
John B. Griffith to Fannie Griffith., Vi lot In
Dolores- 6trpet. 147 S of Twenty-second, 8
36 by E 117:0; $10.' • •
John W. Roller to Theodore J. WelsK. lot in
N line of GarfleM street, 25 W of "Bright, 'W!
25 by N 100; $10..
Julia McDennott •to Mary C. Saul lot in E
line of Seventeenth avenue." 2«:11 JJ of Cle
ment' street. N 25 by E 120; $10. .
Mary C. and Gwirge M. Saul to Clau? Bntt
mann and wife, lot in E line of Seventeenth
avenne.- 28:11 N of Clement street, N- 25 by E
120; $10". ' o
Boy D Walker and wife to James N. Denier,
lot 20,- block D, Mission Street land -company;
$10- \u25a0 • . .
T. B. Potter realty company to Henry I,
Tassett, lot 0, block 62, Rels tract; grant. ;
''\u25a0' nulldlnsr Contract* • |j
.Western real estate company, with Raise' 1
Dodge company — Plumbing .-and gag fitting for
11 Btorv and basement building at S corner ot >
First and Market streets, SW 30 by SB 80, ,
$5,750.
Frederick. L. Gridley with It.. W. Merrill— All
work on one *tory bungalow at Seventeenth and
Belvedere streets; . $1,505.
B*becca U. Head and Anna B. 11. M.- Jeph
•on.wlth H. W..Moffart. L. A. Boylngton and
Turner company — Heating system.- electrical
work and plumbing for 12 story building at SW
corner of lost Ptreet and Grant avenue. S 120,
W 07:1, N 40. E 4. N SO, E G3:l; $35,370.
Sophia 11. Slockman with Jenkins & Gross-
All work for 3 story and basement frame build
ing (6 C«tsi in S line of CaneHi avenue, 925:3%
W ot bouglas street: $5,120. '
B. H. Llchtensteln with Forderer cornice
works — Pheet mstal work for building at SW
corner of Ellis and Powell streets; $1,050.
Jacob Stern tt l th -I*, K. Boynton — Electrical
wirlnir for building -at NW corner of Sansome
and Ha! Jerk streets: $2,800.
Llndgren-Hlcko company with Hersog iron
works— Ornamental' lron work for 8 story build
ing at SE corner of First and Market I streets,
S 137:6, NE 1)1:8. XW 137:6, SW 91:8;
$11,078. : :
Mary E. Carlton with J. A. Davis & Son— All
work .on 1 story and sttlc building on N 20
feet of lot IS and S 10 feet of lot 17, block 11,
Sunset Heights; . $3,000.
Caldwell & Co. with Golden Gate structural
and ornamental Iron works— Work on building
In E line of Taylor street,. 187:6: X of Turk:
$3,200.
Northern Whent Market
. WASinNOTON
TACOMA, Oct. Sl.~Wheat inactlye, ; nominal
and unchassed. Blue Btcm, 80c; club. SSc:
t*<JL Sfia. '
THE VS-AST 'FRANCISCO ; CALL;f FRIDAY, g\KrOV JJiMBEB 1, 1907;
• - ..,-.. .. -. . f
prevented them from meeting their" en-"
gagements. . . The market was i prac
tically bare of business^from'.the out-v
side because there was no exchange to-,
be had with other cities.- . :.-
The prices for Goldfleld Consolidated
Mines did not change much; from- the;
rates of the day preceding.. TheC'rahge'
was from $3.87% to $4\05., Th.c • merger
deals did not much exceed 5,00.0.. shares;
Florence sold at $2.10® 2.20, which!.sales
of only about 3,000 shares. ... •\u25a0•.'>\u25a0.-'*•'.' '.
With these small ~ showings there,
were some shares that gained strength;
arid the market*^ wag quite" firm? 'on.
prices;. Belmont opened: at $1.05 and
a gain of 5 points was made later. -'V
• : .The. interruption to mining' -.-stock
sales is due entirely to the financial
troubles of the country. 'When.>the
banks get their balances the stoefc.mar
ket will share the revival -with: other
lines to be benefited; . .• . . .; : •
CARRIES LIFELESS BABE
IN HER ARMS FOR HOURS
Mother Unaware of iittle
% jOne's Death yntfl.^6ld; : J.
;; • \u25a0; •:_•<-'• by the Doctpr . : : }: : -." -.:"\u25a0;
Special fep Leased Wire to The Call
; .SANTA ROSA, Oct. • 3t.^Hr.a. : j? Gu'^
Peterson, who lives in \u25a0 the. suburbs of
this city, carried her .11 old
baby i richer arms for several hours this
evening; without knowing .tha.t;,. Us
Uf^ had' gone. out. '\u25a0 ; : ';•" ' v :'?.•••' -." :
•j. The child had been : . : slck;f6r... several'
days. .-. The mother took th« Ut.tl«- on^
tonight ;and carried it to a physician's
office,, but as he was absent' she-was
compelled to await his re turn/ --While
waiting: she wentout to several places
: bh errands, and when she returned' the
physician told her the little. onfe : had.
been .dead several hours. . ••\u25a0' ; - : "
'\u25a0'. Thp coroner will hold an inquest;.. .'• ; - ;
GOVERNMENT SENDS SOIL' ." \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0':
= :. EXPERT TO SAN-jpAQUIN;
Will Determine HoW Best ; to Make
v Lands Yield Greatest : : / Return s.-!;: .,:
•;;• ... . and Preserve Fertiiity '. ;; :•; : -
Special by Leased Wire to /The Call
. 'STQC^CTOH Oct. : 3l^"Vy'iiii;a;'m ; Whlt;. T
ney; . chi«f of [the bureau ' <>f -soil', sur
veys.', of the' department .of '; agricul
ture, notified Secretary J. Al! Eddy of
the Stockton chamber of commerce to- :
day that Dr. Howird S.'Reed pt Washf
Ingtoni iD. C., one of the best' expert^;
In fertility problems,. wbuld : bb'tseht to
Stockton immediately ; - to ; • • determine
Irow best to niake r the rich : larid.B of
San Joaquln county prbduca tlie: great
est revenue and still maintain.', the- pro^.
ductive quality of. the-. soils."-. AVhiitney
said: ~ ' •'•; •' ,-" : : "V •'\u25a0-% .• -\u25a0 . ' :
• I -fully apprpclale that the matter 'of , r presprv-
Ing the .fertility of tbe-sbll involves trreat.'ajrri
oultural interests and-.iR becoming a": vital ques
\u25a0fion to the people. . of ' the Rtate.-. The investi
gation will result . lm tho greatest good, to/ -the
farmlnc rlann of the>tate and particularly the
rich "dplta lands, which', are • Just, the class .of
foils that should continue, with proper trnatnipnt,
proper fertilisation and proper rotation of'crops,
.to yield, the flueet ' returns. : \u0084- . .';g - '
\u25a0Dr. Reed will arrive in Stockton dur
ing the first week In November. •
JAPANESE HORDE TO POUii \
: .: INTO BRITISH COLUMBIA
Brown Witness Testifies That | Four
I '•: Immigration Companies Are.; '..'
{-.- : : ,' at .Work -M y-':"
B. C. Oct. 31,-^A- wit
ness named Ishikwaga; before Govern
ment Commissioner King, who As'set
tling riot damages, declared. today." that
four Japanese immigration companies
operated, in Vancouver. These companies
were prepared to bring large
of men from Japan and had made large
contracts, with railway, companies, to"
•supply laborers. \u25a0','\u25a0'•\u25a0"/ !."• .; '\u25a0 ..-•
' .Tlie system was, .hd said, that : tiie
ak^nts of the companies In. Japah'-re-:
ceived ai stated amount for supplying
men for.one, two or three years, and
sometimes longer, 10 per cent of; every
oriental's wages being collected by -.'the
employment agency. This applied \u25a0to
domestic; servants. as well as mill hands
and railway ! workmen. . A boarding
house keepers' union in Vancouver con
trolled the situation. ':,:"\u25a0\u25a0 • .' '
FARMERS' INSTITUTE . . . '
: BEGINS ITS SESSIONS
President Wheeler \ Is on Program
for 'Address Concerning Ag*
ricultural Education '
Special by Leased Wire to The Call
.SANTA. ROSA, Oct. 31—Arrange
ments have been completed for the
Farmers' institute which -will begin
tomorrow and continue through. Sat
urday. Th 6 institute is under the au
spices of Sonoma Pomona
grange, and is conducted by Prof. W.
T. Clark --of the "agricultural faculty
of the University of California. He will
be assisted by Prof. M. • E. : Jaffa on
poultry, "Dr. A. R. • Ward of the bac
teriological , and veterinary department
on dairying. Professor Bioletti on vitl
cultural topics and Prof., E. J. Wickson,
'dean of the agricultural' department,
on orchards. President Benjamin 'Ide
•Wheeler -will lecture tomorrow eve.nlng
on "Agricultural Education." . .
SON OF SENATOR CLARK
IS CHARGED WITH FRAUD
Mexican Bank Makes Serious Allega-
tions in e^Suit Brought to
Collect a Judgment
JIEL.ENA, Mont, Oct. 31.— A suit for
collection of;' a ; judgment against
Charles W. Clark, son of former United
States Senator Clark, ; which was \u25a0 filed
in the federal court" today "by a "Mex
ican bank, charge's that a certain trans
fer of stocks by; Charles {W: ; Clark > to
his father' "was a fraudulent device
to hinder, and delay, creditors.'.: j
REMARKABLE WEIGHT OF BABY
CHICAGO, Oct. 31— A dispatch to ; the
Tribune from Parkersburg/.Wr V.; says :
A remarkable freak ; of is; an
infant of W..H. Banes, an:emplos r e;of a
factory at Matoaka. The babe", which
Is- named; William .: Edward ?-! Banes,', is
only S-months old and-; weighs 'llo
pounds. ' r The babe at birth "was of nor
mal weight, but has Increased steadily
in weight until lt[is.now/a prodigy, and
weighsalmost as much;as'ita mother.
WIXTER CHECKS CHOLERA
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. \u25a0 31.— -The
official cholera \u25a0 statistics " for the week
ending ; October 22 show 'that with the
approach of winter, the" epidemic. ls^bef
ing checked. There" were :^1, 099, new
cases and 416 deaths reoortecL-
THREE INDIANS KILLED
IN CLASH WITH TROOPS
Reputed Wizard Chief of
\u25a0 -Navajos Is Captured,
;\u25a0':\u25a0;' After Battle >
UPRISING IS ENDED
Band y Headed <by Bylillie
:• •;;•• Makes Short Stand '
• ••\u25a0 Against Cavalry
• WASHINGTON",: Oct. 31.— 1n a battle
. b.fetwoeri- ' United States troops and In
dians "In 'southern; Utah" three Indiana
'were .killed and another wounded. News
•of ;the, occurrence was conveyed to the
Indian bureau in a telegram from, S
uperintendent Shelton, which, though
:dated yesterday, was not received until
\u25a0today-..
; ; The. army command consisted of four
officers,: 74 men and three' Indian
B.cqut's. A The telegram, which was
dated at Ship Rock, N. M.,, follows:
-•"The troops have returned * from
southern Utah. \u25a0 They arrested Bylillie
arid nine' other Indians. Three others
*vere killed and one wounded while
\u25a0.shooting: .at the Indian police and sol
diers. The Indians are fiulet and I
don't anticipate further trouble."
.:. The Indians arrested \u25a0'_ are part -of
.a .band of Navajos from -New. Mexico
arid eastern: Arizona. , Under the lead
ership of ByiilUe they have been cre
ating disturbances because of their
fdistncllnation to observe
.Superintendent' Shelton requested that
Boldiersbe sfent to the reservation and
troops I and:K of the Fifth • cavalry,
udder Captain Willard, were dispatched
from .Fort Wingate, N. M., to . Aneth,
\u25a0Utah, Qctober 22. It was not intended
.at:'the time that their, presence should
be;.mdre than a peace demonstration. ;j; j
\u25a0..The .war today received
the following-, dated Thunder Bay, S.
: i). f , ; from Captain Johnson, wjjo was
dispatched to the Ute Indian camp in
. Sou th.- ' Dakota :
: "^Visited Ute camp 'yesterday; found
:them quietly awaiting pur; arrival; ex
pect t<>. be able to adjust their differ
ences. ; Will hold council with head
'.men -today and report results. Agent
has dismissed voluntary force and con
trols situation- with", lndian 'police. No
imrtiedlate. danger." ,r, r
; : ••Byliilie. lives, on the south side of the
•San Juan river in Utah, about 40 miles
northwest of the San Juan agency, and
threatened to kill the agent and some
of his .assistants. When some friendly
Indian^ ..visited him, Bylillie challenged
: th;em>to flght..-'- The vast majority of
:the-. Navajos; who are' friendly, regard
hlrri as a wizard. One of them died
•a~ f ew. months ago attributing his ill
ness i;o\ the .witchcraft.; of .' the disaf
fected leader, r They-, have made many
: reqiiests thatßylillie be removed from
the- reservation, and once he was driv
en' but with the admonition not to.re
turri.--' .It is .presumed that when the
.'troop's appeared- he , met them with
threats of arms and was captured after
four of hfs followers had fallen.
piSCONTiNUE CONTRACTS
: .- '; V;.;{ ON- GRAIN SHIPMENTS
: Three - Trunk « Llirie • Railways Are
Worried u ; byi- Complaints and
. SHortage- of ,Cars
; § NEW. YORK, Oct.; '3l.— Following the
recent protest 1 of - ; . the western grain
shippers '£hat it is impossible for them
togettho trunk, lines to move consign
ments of/, grain; X r p.m . Buffalo to New
York, and that in refusing to enter into
contracts -for these 'export "shipments
they AvercT greatly; hindering the grain
export tFade, it Is learned that the N.»w
York Central,^thte;iiackawanna and the
Erie have temporarily discontinued the
making 'of,^"contracts on Jgrain.Ship
ments. \u25a0 ' \u25a0-\u25a0; \u25a0'?* w :^ '-.'-;\u25a0 V>-'-. -'•,...' -
\u25a0•'The cutting oft 'of 'contracts on.fu
tuno shiphipnU'was'ldue to the; purely
physical •.'"condition* of car shortag«.
• It is believed that. the roads will all
r>e -able alike.to: relieve the congestion
in a few.'; days and resume the accept
ance -of contracts. V
'.RUSSIAN ; WO3IAX HANGED
\u25a0\u25a0. : ST."-EETERSBURCr,, Oct. j3ls~Mlle.
Ragozlnnlkava, who on October 28
killed General. Maxirrioffsky, director pf
•the department of. prisons of the mfn
•lstry. opf the interior, was hanged this
morning. . " , ' ;. : '• ,:...-\u25a0.\u25a0;"\u25a0 =
KNOCKS OUT VOTING MACHINES
BOSJON, Oct. Sl.-^The supreme court
in deciding today against 'the validity
of -a voting machine in Massachusetts,
declared that any method of voting.
which hjdes the ballot from the voter
is unconstitutional. • ,
MARRIAGj^LICENSES
.The* following marriage license vtere Issued
In this city Thursday, October 31: .
. John T. NMcholls, 25, C 42 Capp etrpflt, and
Nellie Fltzpatrlck, 25/628 Fifth avenue. :
Hiram 'B. Slyter, 2S, 684 San Jose aTenue, and
Frances M.-'Bohn, -18, 460 Day street. ,
"Claude G. Mentter, 26, 681 Folsotn street, and
I^na Oay, 20. city. ' . .
.Wales B. Klncald. T.l. Oakland, and Mildred
W. Moote, 21. 2843 Howard street.
•William I\ Orßnti.2l. 1619 Turk street, and
Mamie 'J.- Crowley, is, 733 Fulton street.
H. Alfred Anderson, 21,^1014 Fillmore street;
and; Ada A. Gilberts,- 18, 607 York street. •
\u25a0 Louis N: Cleveland, S2, I/»s Angeles, and Anna
A. Arfnbruster, 81; Los Angeles. , .
Martlno Taddeucci, 47, and Ecter Franceschl,
37, both of 1808 Fifteenth avenue. t--y;-'
Benjamin .Bernstein, 25, and Minnie A. Hardt,
19, both of 226 Rcott'street. t ,
Pierre Lilies, 27,'Antiocb,- and Jeanne Pee, 20,
1977 Pine street." '•\u25a0•; \u25a0-'\u25a0
-Florea. Dumltreseu, 2fl, and Mary Dlmltreser,
22," both of 21 Flood aTenue.
: Fred W. Stelnkamp, 36, , and Lottie ' Robinson,
86.. both of Sulsun. '-
Leslie B. Glllim, 27, s and Edna C. Gates, 27,
both of 250 Townsend street.
OAKLAND, Oct. 811— The" following ' marriage :
licenses ; were issued today:
Andrew J. Tißbe, 30. Oakland, and- Mary. E.
Butler, 23.- Columbus, O. - • .
i- Manuel .T. Bettencourt, 22, and Fruminio Dias,
20,. b0th of Oakland. :: ' .
' Giuseppl Cosentlno/ 28, Oakland, an 4 Rosallna
Rucplero, 10, Klmhurst.
James J. Snee, 33. Oakland, and Margaret I.
Long, 23,"Klngston. Pa.", : • . • y
• Frank •\u25a0 P. Carrey; 21/ and Elna BJelkengren.
21., both of Oakland.
Alfred : Sundclin, 37, Oakland, and Mlna
Aksrila. 28.' Berkeley.^ ' ° \u25a0\u25a0'..:\u25a0\u25a0.=
BIRTHS; MARRIAGES, DEATHS
\u25a0:. Birth, -marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted.-. They must be handed in at
either: of the . publication : of flees and.be indorsed
with i the name and residence - of; persons author-
ized :to ' have . . the > same : published. Notices - 1 e-
strlcted simply, to the announcement of the event
are published once in tbls column free of charge.
MARRIAGES
GARDINER— KEMPF— In this city, October' 30
1907, by : ; Rev .-i Oliver L.iCorbln, L. Edward
. Gardiner, and Annie ; M. ; Kempf; , -.;
GARDINER— BTIERLEN— In this city, - October
; 29,1 1907,. by; Rev. J.r A. Gardiner, assisted by
:•;\u25a0 Rev. 'John , F. - Wll9on, Henry -yv. •L. Gardiner
of; Seattle, .: : Wash.,: and Florence 'E. \u25a0 Stlerlen
*. of: San Francisco. ' ' . ' '<
HANSEN— MEYER— In this city, October 30
- .1907/, by Rev. G. A. Bernthal, Lorenz U. Han-
\u25a0 Ben- and Henrietta "il.~ Meyer, both -of .San
- , Francisco. y--:7 "-,'. ..;-., - .\u25a0 . . .' . \u25a0 • . : ~;
; DEATHS
Bamber/; Wai ter ,, E./ 35 Lynch/Michael 88
liea udry.l- Louis ;:M.. 30 Meyer,, Anna:' .".-.. :.v 59
Jtohle, William F/:: 1 70 -Muller.v Katherine./47
Bone. .William-H. .'. ."58 O'Nell, Cornelias.-. ;-. 73
Bradshaw, ' Patrick :v 48 Paneblanca, .. 38
Caminata, Mary.'. :';.''\u25a0 — Petersen-; (lnfant)
paYldson/i Walter, S.T 72 Piconso, - Lorenzo.'.'./ 16
KMaon. David , . . . ; . 63 Segarliil,' Maria . . ... 62
Harris, ' Henry....;.. 72 Waitt. Alfred C. 76
Hart, * Hazel. .'. : . . . : .29 Weaver, , Capt. H. P. 44
Henderson, \u25a0? Margaret 65 Wright. James M . .-. —
Hunt, i Rose : L. . . /. .' . — Wulferdlngen,' C. E.: 74
Lorenr, Christian " ; «. 38 Zlckel. J0hn ........ G"
BAMBER— In this city. * October 30, 1907,
Walter 'E. 1 Bamber.' beloved son \u25a0of Joseph -J.
Bamber - and C Virginia K. . Bamber ; of ; Sky land.
\ and i loving 1 brother •of Mrs. \u25a0 Harry , F". - Law-
rence' of Wrights, Santa ;Cruz. a native of
. Oakland, Cal.-, aged <35 years 11 month 3 and
:11 d?ys.: : ' :;\u25a0. •'.',.. :;'-;.v:^. *?. \ "..\u25a0 .. -: \u25a0
\u25a0Friends and - acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to 1 attend the • f unesal this day (Fri-
.. day)/ "at 12:30 p. . m.7 from the parlors •of
J. J. -Crowly & C 0. ,, 692 Valencia stfeet. In-
* terment Cypress .Lawn cemetery., . *-. : \u25a0
. Officers and members of 3an Francisco aerie
No. 5,' F. O. E .,'• are requested, to attend, the
funeral of our late brother, "Walter. E. Bamber.
from the parlors of J. J; Crbwly. & Co.; 692
Valencia ' street. . ; today- (Frfda'y ), • . November
1/ at 12:30 p. m. By order of -
D, J. CREAMER; 'President.
GDST POHLMAN. Secretary.
BEAUDRY— In Oakland/ Cal.. October 29, 1907.
• Louis M. .' Beaudry, beloved " son of the - late
- Louis M . and Annie Beandry, and brother .6t
Florence/Isabella A. and-J. E. • Beaudry, .' a |
native of California,- aged 36 ycdrs 5 months ;
: and ; 13 days."* -' : ;' •' - .. ; . •
Friends "and acquaintances are respectfully ;•
\u25a0 _ invited .to attend -the.-funeral-. tomorrow. (Sat- •!
urday)f,\November 2, af 9!30 o'clock, from. the J
residence of h[a sister, 552 Twenty-fifth street: i
thence to St. Frances de Sale's church., where al
requiem; high i mass for the repose of • his soul j
willrbe" celebrated, "commencing -at" 10 -o'clock.
, Interment St. Mary's. . cemetery. • .'-; ' :.: ••'-:•. •
BOHLE^-At rest/ In- this city. ' 6ctoper 31^ 1907.
William' F., beloved' husband. -at Emllle Bohle.
beloved father of Al Fi. and' Fred H. Bohle, and
beloved stepfather, of William .F;::Steln:arrd
Mrs. Mario . Schnrman,'; a native "ofV Germany,'
aged ,70 years and . 9.- months.- :..'• ' . -, ..
BONE— In San Francisco, October 31. 1907, Wil-
liam Henry. Bone/ beloved husband' of Emma
L. Bone, and father of Mary" Frances, -Emma
- Josephine-, and Harry.'- O. : Bone, a : native of
CornwalJ,' England, aged 58 years 10 months
and 27 days. • .(Placer county papers, please-
copy.)- \u25a0: . • \u25a0 . . \u25a0•.•.
Friends and acquaintances ' are .respectfully
Invited to attend funeral ; services '.tomorrow
(Saturday) : afternoon,. November 2,^190?. at 2
-o'clock, at Trinity-:: Methodist. 1 EplscopaL
church,; Berkeley. ; Interment it .Mountain
View cemetery. :. • •' ' . .- ' ; ,.- .
BRADSHAW— In this city.. October 3t, 1TB07;-
Patrick,, belnved hasband of. Mary- Bradsbaw,
\u25a0 and loving 1 father of - Margaret; Mary and -Jo-
seph Bradshaw, a native of County Tipperary,
. Ireland, , aged ,48 years. .A member, of San
Francisco lodge No. 2. Knights of the. Royal
Arch. : ' '. . -'• '..,\u25a0;. . \u25a0-•- ./ .-'. .\u25a0.'• '•
(Friends and -acquaintances and officers and
• members \of •• Sarr Francisco lodge No. '2.
Knlphts of the Royal .Arch, .are respectfully
invited to 'attend the funeral' lifon.day. Nevem-
ber 4, 1907, at 8:30 a. *m.,: from his. late rest-
dence, 1300 Potrero avenue corner of Twenty-
fifth street, thence to .St. : Peter's church,
where a^reqnleni' high .mass -for the repose of
his soul' will be celebrated, commencing at 9
a.m..- Interment Holy Cross 'cemetery. . . ' :
CAMINATA— In this city, October -31/ 1907, at
her late residence, '-610 Elizabeth ' street be-
tween Castro 1 and Diamond, Mary,' dearly be-
. loved daughter of Antonio a«d .Kosa Camlnata,
and devoted sister of Amelia;- Josephine, John
and Louis- .Camlnata, a native of San Fran-
cisco. . \u25a0\u25a0:. -• \u25a0:.•• \u25a0 - \u0084: ' .-.-' '\u25a0.?&?&
Remains will depait tomorrow • (Saturday),
'•" November ~ $\u0084 .--1907;. on the 7:40 o'clock a. in.
I boat for 1 Sonoma, v . where interment -will \u25a0 take
place at 10 a. m. ' • "•",'\u25a0.'.'
DAVIDSOX-i-In this city. October- :30. 1907,
Walter Scott " Davidson, beloved- brother -of
- Robert arid John Davidson and the - late Wil-
liam Davidson, a: native of Springfield, aged
72 years. , A member of building material
teamsters' union , No. 218. •• (Janesville and
Oregon ' papers please copy.) • •
. Notice of ' funeral hereafter. .Remains at
the parlors of D. : I. Kenny &. Co.', 1719 Eddy
'street near Scott. \u25a0 *.;-.. -
ELLISON— In* this city, October 30. 1907. David
Ellison, beloved brother of James Ellison, a
native of Ireland,- aged 69 years/
HARRIS— In this city, October 31/ 1907, Henry
. Harrl*. . husband of the late' Clara Harris, and
beloved • father of Flora. Pauline, Minnie 1 .
Sarah. .Rose and Etta Harris and . Mrs. J.
Weber,' a native of Kolmar, Germany, aged 72
years, r . \u25a0' •
HART— In this city, October 31. . 1907. Hazel
Hart,, a native of California, aged 29 years.
HENDERSON— In this city, October 30. 1907,
Margaret -Henderson, : dearly beloved wife of
the late James Henderson, and loving mother
of Percy L. Henderson and Mre.-E. W. Brown,
a native of Ireland, aged 65 years 2. months
- and 8 days. • • "
The funeral will take place today (Fri-
day), at 10:30 a. m., from-, her late resi-
dence. 823 Po.lnt Lobos avenue/r thence. to Star
: of the Sea church for services'. Interment pri-
; vate. ' " :.\- ,- ,\u25a0 , ' - . \u25a0 .. •'.
HUNT— In New York. October -30. 1907, Rose
Livingston Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Sin.
P. H. Livingston. . • . • \u25a0 '
; Notice of^ funeral : hereafter. ' \u25a0
LORENZ— In "this city." pctj>ber 30. 1907. Chrin-
tian (Jußtav Max Lorens, , dearly beloved father
of , Arthur, and Helen ' Lorenz, devoted son cf
Mrs. \u25a0 Anna- C; Huttmann. and nephew of
-Christiana. Henry and (be lat« Julius Hutt-
mann and Mm. M. Bruce, a native of Ger-'
many, aged 38 yeara 10 months and 12 days.
A member of Chlckasaw tribe No. 153, 1. O.
R. M.; (Oakland, Cal... papers please copy.V ',-'
•' Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Satur-
day), November: 2/ at 2 p.' m.. from the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr& Co.. 2919 Mission street
between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Inter-
ment Mount Olivet cemetery, by carriage.
LYNCH— In this city, .October 31, 1007. Michael'
' Lynch, -uncle of -Mrs; .Nora Tr»lse and Daniel
Hurst and Rdward R. Dore, a. native of Ire-
land, aged 83 years. \u25a0'•\u25a0.": •• . . •
\u25a0\u0084 Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the- funeral tomorrow ; (Satur-
day). *at '10:30. a. m., from h ls late residence,
804 Bay street, thence to St. Brlgid's church,
1 Van Ness . avenue and Broadway, for services.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery. '
MEYER— At rest, in" this city. October 29, 1907.
Anna,' beloved wife 'of Henry -'Meyer, and
. mother of ,'Fred . and Herman . C. \ Meyer and
Mrs. Ma-ry .Petersen, a native of Hanover,
Germany;- aged 69 years.
Friends and acquaintances are " respectfully."
invited to attend the' funeral today \u25a0 (Fri-
• day), November I,- at 1:30 p.'- m.'. \u25a0 from the
parlors of- .H. F. - Sulw i Co. ; 2919 Mission
street between Twjpnty-flf th and .Twenty-sixth.
•Interment Mount, Olivet cemetery. by 'electric
funeral : car .from -Thirtieth street and San
J^e avenue. . . , .
MULLER— In this city. October 31/ 1007. Kath-
erlne (Munk).belove.d wlfe= of John C. Muller,
and mother of the late Emilia Munk, a native
of Lang Gang, Hessen -Darmstadt, Germany,
.aged 47 years and 2 months.
O'NEIL— In this city. October 30,- 1907. -Cornelius
O'Nell/a native at Ireland, aged .73 years.
PANEBIANCA— In this city, October 81, 1907,
Mary. ; dearly beloved wife of Dohato Pane-
blanca. and "mother ,of Archie Burns and
' daughter of Mrs. Mary Jerome, ° sister of • An-
tone and Manuel . Jero#ie . anrf Mrs. Theresa
Bright, Mrs. Annle ; Wood and Mrs. M. Heense",
. . a ' native of California, aged SS .years.
PETERSEN— In this city, October 81. 1907, In- "
f ant ; son of -Albert F;- and Louisa Petersen, a
, native of San Francisco. .''.':
PICONSO— In i this city. October 30, . 1907, Lo-
" renio Piconso, dearly, beloved t>on of Mrs.
Luigla Piconso . and the late Bartholomew
Piconso, and brother of Rosle Piconso, a" na-.
ttve of ; San Francisco, ' aged 16 years and 5
months. . il* 4 ***?: .V> v .;>| v
BEGABINI— In this city, October 81.* 1907. Ma-
ria Segarlnl, - dearly beloved wife of the . late
Lorenav Segarlnl. . and", loving^ mother of
Phillip/; Lorenzo, Jennie and Theresa Segarinl,
. a native of Italy, aged 62 years.
"- - ' v Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral on 1 Sunday, No-
vember 3, 1907,-at 1:30 o'clock. p. m.,.,.fr0m
her late \u25a0 residence, ' 2576 A - Bryant street near
Twenty-fourth. • . '
WAITT— In Oakland. Cal., October 29, 1907,
\u25a0 Alfred . Cooledge, beloved husband of Alice M.
\u25a0 Waltt, " and \u25a0 father 'of ' Clara/; Pauline and
Florence -Waltt,' Mrs. V Arthur * Leigh and > the
.late -George G. '-Waltt. v a native, of: Maiden/
Mass.,; aged 76 years 3 months and 28 days.
. Friends - and ' acquaintances are i respectfully
invited*" to : attend . the . funeral \u25a0 services , to-
.. day (Friday), November 1, at 2 o'clock p. m., ;
at ' his . home, ~ 1236 Telegraph " avenue, Oak-
. land.';. Interment private. .- .
WEAVER—^-In; Seattle,'; October 27, 1907, Cap-
'tainH.: P. -Weaver, beloved \u25a0 husband of Mrs.
U.^ P. ! Weaver/; and father of , Marion, - Robert
and Alec la Weaver and brother, of -Mrs. J.- R.
McGregor, a' native of WHmot, N. S., aged 44
\u25a0 years. . \u25a0. >\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0* -,',<\u25a0' . -\u25a0 \u25a0'' '.-• - • .\u25a0•\u25a0•
\u25a0 Funeral . will : take place torhorrow, (Sarur-
• day),^November 2,1 907, at 1:30 p. m., from
• his late ' residence, . 2067, San ! Jose avenue. ' In-
" terment . private. * .\u25a0:-. \u25a0 .
WRIGHT— In this city. October 80, 1907. James
M.- :Wright, beloved husband of Mary S.
Wright, Fon of Caroline ; V. Wright, brother
of v George :W. -Wright. "ancle of Alice A.
• ' Breese, ~s : native ; of Baltimore, Md/ •
'\u25a0:> Friends and ; acquaintances are respectfully
; invited to attend, the. funeral tomorrow (Satur-
i day *at 2 o'clock p. . m., at , the chapel of the
;-. ! 1. , O.; O.'. F/r crematory.
WULFERDINGEN— In Berkeley, : . October 31,
1907.. Charles • E., \u25a0 ; beloved \u25a0 hasband .: of Ixmts
Wulferdlngen; and' father ! of : Charles E. Jr.,
James, X, - Walter \u25a0 H./ '..; Edward,. George,
'. Louise, Antone,- .; Lynol -^ and \u25a0« Clara \u25a0•Wulfer-
.' dlngen. ' a native ." of , Germany/, aged .74 . yearn.
* .Friends, and \ acquaintances , are «' respectfnlly
\u25a0 invited to attend funeral services Sunday after-
noon > November 3. 1907/ at; 2. o'clock, .at the
parlors : of . the ' Albert Brown company, '. In the
Odd -\u25a0 Fellows* , building, 21OS - Addison / street.
Berkeley.".
ZICKEL— In: this city. October 30. 1907, .John,
beloved husband ; of : Mary.- Ztckel. » and devoted
father of John Jr. 4 George. -7 Henrietta and
the , late • -Annie; /Andrew, ;.. Katie ; and , Louie
- .' Zickel; and \u25a0 brother.: of • Mrs. '. George : Hauser, \u25a0 a
. native . of .Germany, . aged ! ; 67 years 8 c months
and 25- days. .-": A member^of 'Bay; View r lodge
No.- 159, . Ari O;:U. W* . and ' Concordia lodge
No. 122. I/:O. O.\F; \u25a0;.,-.
Friends 1 and ' acquaintances . are i respectfully
invited . to attend the funeral tomorrow i (Satur-
day)," November 2, at 1:30 p. m.. from his late
1 residence. Thirty -second and Railroad avenues \u25a0
South. Inierment Jtount Olivet cemetery, b/
\u0084 c*rriac» — /
RUCTION SALES
ENTI RE PIS PERSAL SALE
Trotting Bred Horses
Belonging to T?. 'BRACK, at Hia Here» tX. Head
of FRANKLIN ST.. SANTA CLARA, CAT.
\u25a0 ... SATUBDATv NOVEMBER 3, 1.807..
BUT Greco \u25a0Tj" fi-«^'> :»:ia'vi. res?. No. 44545.
for, a Btock corse.- STe Ij. by McKtr.n-7 (2:11%).
out .of Alein: (2:JS^>. a- PRODUCER: second
dam I.OC MiLTON, tiis dam of LOU DILLON
{£?2>lt ; •' t «>* 8P SADI MOOR. 3098».
WATCn both Tfcf«* ntslllon* step ov«r th» three-
i-eljrKth m-i!^ straiffht away on sale day. NOVEM-
j BRR2.- B!c,- to- brood marea bT Stambonl. Me-
; Klnney, H«rrv - WiUce^-The Mo*.r. Arthur Wllke»
»r.d Goy TCIUm; 22 Greco B* wl'l be sold. All
I' 0 * ti*lt«* ..Tfc*.. are al! .**?r-at Missouri" and
i wljl stow yen" on the itnrr.Scx of the sale.
i An etb!t.itio3 of.spjed «nd manners 'win l»e
I given oa SALE r«Y from »to 12. LUNCHKOX
1 will \u25a0\u25a0 t-e Sri-veJ at 12 ra.' Sale co«ii*ri<:es promot-
er at :. p. d-.. Take is?reet car froaj either San
.*o*o c* Sar.ta Clar> for Mr . Brace* "New
Psrk" at fc*ad t>t . Frsr.tlin . il. r Santa Clara.
\u25a0 WrUe for c»fj»logr:e. \u25a0'"-\u25a0-=
7'R':r> 11. CIL»SJii &CO.; AUCTIONEERS.
478 VALENCIA ST.. HAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
RECEIVER'S
-/:•;. SALE :•..; : .'
\u25a0 \u25a0 By order of tfce court; -I will nell all the
'• building material of. the Girls- nigh Scboo!,
Geary and Scott sts.. to the n'lgheat rjlddenr
for cash;- in. lota to suit, on SATURDAY. No-
vember 2, at 3 p. m.
J. J. GROOM. Receiver/
. OCEAX. TRAVEI* . '^
• \^^\M JSSv" Steamers Leave-. Broadway
'' v£\J^~^«# l v Wbarves, ' ; •
AjcT-J^fX • LOW RATES. Including
p/\^SSJ'r*\ BERTHS AND MEALS.
I ( \«SMgSa 7 I SPECIAL ROUND TRIP
UV \T -""rV^y - : \u25a0 rates.
\»^_ cr^V/' FOR JLOS ANGELES,
. -^x^§pi»^-. *\u25a0' • SAX DIEGO.
. . V SAXTA BARBARA.
Santa .Rosa \u0084..:..... -. Sunday. 10 a. m.
Queen ...... ..... . . ... .. .Every Thursday. 10. a. m.
' : FOR SEATTLE, TACOMA, , | :
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVERV B. C,
PUGET .SOUND AXD AI.ASKA.V PORTS
City, of Pueb1a., :'....... j.. Not. 3, 19, 11 a m.
Governor .Y., ...... ..N0v. 8, 23, 11 a.m.
President ....-.;•.;..... ...N0v/13, 28. 11 a» m.'
ROUND THE SOCND E^CTJBSIONS, 11 DATS'
Round Trip, Including berth and meals. $45.
. FOR EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
Clty-of Topeka '.:\u25a0... :'.'\u25a0;. ;
..pctl 30, Nov. 5, 11. 17.. 23. 2!». 10:80 a. m.
Spokane ."..;.. Nov^ 2. f,14, 20, 26. 10:30 a. m.
. And every third; day thereafter.
FOR GUAYMAS, MAZATLAJT, LA PAZ,
ALTATA, SAX JOSE DEL CABO,
MAGDALEXA BAY. :* . • '..' \u25a0 v-v-*. :
Cnracao ..:..;..... Tth of each 4nonth. 10 a. ra.
ALASKA EXCURSIONS, 100S '
The palatial Alaska-, excursion stcamsb!D
SPOKANE will leave Seattle, II a. m.. June IB
Joly 1, 16/31, Aug. 15. .. .
Right res.eryed-to change this schednU..: '
. •\u25a0 '' \u25a0: TICKET OFFICES:' . ', .: -
SAN FRANCISCO— 3 Market st. and Broadway
Wharf— Telephone Kearny.492.
OAKLAND ......;.. \u25a0'.;. 863 " Broadway
San Francig'eb Freight Office — Broadway ' Wharf.
CC.\D. DUNANN, G. P.. A., San Francisco.
Toyo psen Kaisha
(Oriental Steamship Co.)
• ' Have opened their permanent" office at-
Roorrr 240, James Flood Building
S. \u25a0 S. "Hongkong Maru" (calls at Manila),
Tuesday, Nov. 26. 1907. .
S. - S. "America Maru." Tueaday, Dec. 17,
1907. .
s; S. "Nippon - Maru." -Tuesday. Jan. 14..
190 R. 'i:.-*--' '-: '. \u25a0 "•" • • -. '
Steamers .will' leave wharf, corner First and
Branhan streets. .1 p. m.. for Yokohama and
Hongkong,.-. calling at Honolulu. Kobe (Hlogo>.
Nagasaki and Shanghai, apd connecting at Hong-
kong with steamers for Manila. India, etc. No
cargo received on board on day of sailing.
Round trip tickets at reduced rate*. - - -
For freight and passage apply at 'office. James
Flood building. • . W. H.. A VERY/
.'. , \u25a0 \u25a0 Assistant General Manager.
SEATTrUE, TAQOiVIA,
iSQOND
AND 'ALL POIXTS IX ALASKA
Through Freight and Passenger Rates. •
••/ \u25a0; Elegant Steel Steamers. '-."-" ' "
:;. BUCKMAN AND WATSON
Sa Iling Every Saturday pat 1 :30 p. m.
ALASKA PACIFIC S. S. CQ:
W. D. WELLS, Gen. Ajt'., Stenart. St, Dock.
••'-\u0084 Phone Temporary' 68.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
. (SPRECKELS LINE,) ,
HONOLULU — S. 8. Alameda tails 11 a. ra., Not.
16. Round trip. $125.
TAHITI, SOUTH SEAS— S. & Uaripoaa sails
Nov. 22. Bound trip, first class. 'sl3s.
Close connection for Auckland ($175 first claas)
: and Sydney ($195 first clan).
Low rates second and. third.
Passenger Sept., 673 Market St.; Freight Office.
:'• " .-• 80 Clay .'St. Phons Ter . 1231.
Compagnie Generale Traosatlantiqae
• DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. :- . "
i Sailing every Thursday, Instead of Saturday
at 10 a. m., from Pier 42, North rjver.; foot of
Morton street. . .; - -- • \u25a0 ' : - : \u0084'../
First-class to Havre, $"0 and upward; .second
class' to' Havre, $45 and upward. GENERAL
AGENCY FOR. UNITED STATES AND CAN-
ADA. 19 State St.. New York. . J. F. FUGAZI.
Manager, Pacific Coast, 630 Montgomery st., San
Francisco. Tickets sold by all railroad ticket
amenta. • EB^BKSMBBBK^STJBe
"J BAY/ A JTD IyTERURB AN ROUTES
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD
VALLEJO AND NAPA ;
KAPA VALLEY ROUTE \u0084^.
Montlcello 8. 8. Co. and Napa Valley Electric
R. R. Co. . Close connectloni^fgufeQw
6— ROUND* TRIPS DAILY— 6 ,
Boats leave San Franciac© 7:00. *8:45 a. m..
12:30 noon. 3:15, 6:00. »S^o p. n».
San Francisco landing and office. ' Clay street
wharf, .north end ferry building. Market street
ferry. : Meals a la carte.'
Phone Kearny 406. "•\u25a0
• 'Lands Navy Yard direct.
with yoior
ads for
Sunday's CalL
RAILWAY TRAVEL
GRE4T NORTHERN
RAILWAY
Best Route for
Belllngham, Spokane, -Wash.,
>. Vancouver; B.C., St: Paul, Mln- \u25a0
neapolis," Duluth; Chicago and
ALL POINTS EAST
Delightful Sceniry and Service
G.-W. COLBY, ;- Oen'l : Aseat, '
26 Poweil St. San Francisco
RAIL-WAT TK-ITTETr.
r — _~ \u25a0 r?
#Tniai Feav* aai irs <a« \
San Francisco
Fbom SzrrxMßXK 26. 19 C "
FERRY DEPOT
Foot of Market Stree*
Leave —VIA OAKLAND PIER— Arriva
7U)Oa Eichmcnd. Port Costa, Beaicia, Sui- - -
. urn, Dison, Sacramento, and Way '\u25a0'.*.
StotioM.^ 8J28B;
7JOQ* Elmira, VacavSle. Ramsey «.28p
7.00 a Davis, Marysville, Oroville— Rose- ... - ,"
... - ville. Red Bluff, Dunsntcr 8.Z89
IJOQk HaywaVd, Niles. San Jow 7.08 a
' 7.40* Vaflpjo, Napa. Calistoti. Santa
Ron. Martines, San Ramon..... 9.28 a
7.40 a Niles, Pleaanton. LiTerasore, Tracy,
Lathroo, Stockton 7.28p
B.ooa Shasta Express-- (Via Davjs), W3- " <
Hams. WJlots, Red Bluff. Aab- -
bnd. Porthad ar.d East. &23p
. 8.20* Martinei, Byron, Tracy, Stocktttt. • :
Nemnan, - Los E.-.r.i s, Mesdota. / 4.CBa
Hanford. VUalia. PcrttrriUe 1 4j»Sp
. 8.20 a Port Costa. Lathrop. Merced, Ray- \u0084 .
inond, Fresno, Hanford, Viaalia,"
Tulare. Bafcersfield 443^.
8.20 a Nexarc. Centcrville, San Joss. '~»
Los Q\lo\ Wri^»t 5.43p:
9JSCi NHea. Lrvermora, Stockton (nCltoa),
Vallay Spring, lone^ Sacaaienta, .'. • • ;
R«dBlal * 4.08?
9.00 a Socora. Tuoltonse and Antds - 4.C8? !'
9.00 i Atlantis Express— Cjdcn. Salt Laka t
Oty 7^B#s.
o.ooa Trackee. Lake Tahoe, Reno, Tono- * *
. ' pah.Goldfidd ,7.28p ,
8.40> Richmond. Port Costa, Martinei. ... lA&p
1 0.00 a The Overland Limited— Omaha, . •
Ch'-ar 1 . D-nver, Karar.s City... 8.23»
10.20 a VaL'ei?. Mare I .-Lind. X;;pa 1 1.23 a
lO^Oa Lw A;;ia PassecpT— Fort Costa,
SUrtiaea, Byron. Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton. Merr«i Frwao. Han-
ford, VisaJia, Talare. BakersSdd,
Los Abj-Iw. ; 7.08»
1.03? Nile* Sa;i Joao and Way Stations.. 2.489
l AO 9 Aivando, Newark. San Jcse 7.28*
3.00? Beaieia, Winters, Sacramento.
Woodland. Knights Lacdisc
Marvavilla and Orcvifle 10.48*
3^oa Pot. Costa. Martmex, Bjrron. Mo- ~~>' \u25a0: '
- desto. Mereed, Fr«oo - 12.08* -4 1
320p Saa Leasdo, Files, San- Jose v. 9.48 a ,
3JO? VBTiboroa. West Napa. StLHetena, x '<*-•'<:
« Calistoc* ; 10.25« j
3.W» Portland Express (via ray»), Wit . -, '.
Earn* Willows. Red Bluff. Aah- '.
land Portland and East 9.48*
4.0 D» VaI!«M JJir tines. San Raaon, Napa, v . -- \u25a0
Calistoga, Saata Ross 6.OS> .
4-00? Niles. Traov. Stockton. Lodi 1 0.23 a
4.20p Eastern E"xpr,ea>— Osdca. . Ptseblei \u25a0 - - i-•i -•
Denver, Kansas City. St Louis,
Chicago .......••.••'.^. ........ _ . .v.
. . Martinez. Stockton, Sacramento. ' r *£*
Rrao, Sparks.. '. 12.48»*
4.40> San Leandro. Hayward,, Ni!e«,f tB^Ba ; \u25a0
Plensanton, Livennore..' .\ {l l.4Ba , ;
5.00? The Owl Limited— Newman, Los
- , Baaos, Mendota. Fresno, Tulara.
BaksrsSelJ, Los AngelM B.4Sa '
6J009 Newark Saa Jow. LosGatoB.Wricht. - 8.43 a
. c 5.20? San Leandro, NSes, San Joss ....... 7.48 a ".
. 6.40? Vallf jo. Port Costa, Benicia, Scisun. \u25a0
Sacramento ;. 11.28>
6.20? China and Japan Fast Mail—
" \u25a0 Ozden. Cheyenae. Omaha. Chicago 12.42?
6.20? Hayward. Niles and San Jote 6.48 a
7 JW» Goldaeld Pajs.— Port Costa, Benicia,
Sacramento. Truekee, Lake Tahoe, '• *>" : ;;
> Wadiworth, Haxen. Falkm. Tono- -itf-t -.£$
pah. Gol.lHdd, aad Keeler - .7.02* .
.' -7Mif Vallejo, Benicia and Way Stations, • •* - C J
Sunday only 1 1 .28 a •
8.20? Owson Express — Sacramento. j - : , -\u25a0-.-••\u2666
MaryrrXe, Redd-ag. Portland,
. Ptmt Sound and East. .B:4Sa -. .
9.00? Sattrdays Only — Saa Jose and , " ." - • • • :
1 \u0084 X - Way Statiora JBJa* \u0084 .
• • Commencinj October 5, 1907. -','
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY ';
Lea-re. 7.00. 8.00. 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 a. m. ',"\u25a0", "... -
12.00. LOO. 2.00, 8.00. 4.00. 5.00. 6.00. 8.00. 9.00 p.ta \u25a0
' ' COAST LINE "
<y (Third and Townsend Streeti) .
6.10 a Valencia St., San Jose and Way . * \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*'.'
Stations :...../........ 8.38 a ;
tS.SO» Sunday Excursion — Del Monte, Mon-
terey. Padfis Grove JI0.30?
7XOa Valencia St. San Jose. Gilroy, Hoi- . - ...
bster. Pajaro, Watsonville, Santa
f'v Croa, Laurel. Bonlder Creek. . ;.-*.. :
Davenport. Del Monte, Monterey, - • \u25a0 O
PacifioGrqve.... lI. IS*
ZJBO* -The Coaster — San Jose; Salinas.
' Paso Robles Hot Spnnjs, Saota
Margarita, Pan Luis Obispo. -.-.
G-udalurie, Ea&ta Barbara, ban
Buenaventura. Oxnard, Burkank.
. •LosAcgelea, 1143?
8.00» Del Monte. Panic Grove, Surf. "»
L0mp00. ... » , ". 1 1 45?
• 9.00 a Ean Jose, Gilroy, Sftlisas, Paso
Robles Hot 6prinff%.San Lsia - .io
Obispo — Los Gatos, Alma, Wright, •
Tres Puj.ts. Santa Cnu Laurel,
Boulder Creek, Del Monte. Mow
terey, Paciie Grove... 4.1Q?
10 30a Valencia St, BtiHiDganae. San Mateo. ;X_/ .L.
Palo Alto, San Jose 7^*o*^
IUOa Valencia St., Cemeteries, San Jose . v... .- ;„
- and Way Sta^ona &45a'
I .4Cp VaTcncia St., Cemeteries. Saa Jose. . 1040 a
3.00? Del Monte Express— Valencia St, — •
Saa Jose, GUroy Tres Ruos. .-.
Pajaro, V> atscavills, Santa Cnu.
Boulder Creek. Castrorille, Del •
Monte, Bonterev. Pacific Grove .. 12.1%
\u25a0 3.15 a South Saa Francisto, San Jose, Tres
; . ..., Pinos I0^5« '
4.00 a Sunset Express— \u25a1 Paso, Houston,
New Orleans'. : .
\u25a0 Paso Robles Hot Springs. Ean Lull
Obispo, £a«ta Barbara, Los '-".', '
Anjrfes 1240b
4.00» Del-Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove. 12.15 a t
|4.20? Valencia St.. Eaa Jose,. and Way
• ' Stations 18X0a "
4.40? Valencia St., Saa Jose, and -Way
Stotions t.20»
f3.00? Valencia St. Biariiarasie, San Mateo. . \u25a0 .>-; 4
Palo Alto, San Jcse, Los Gatos. >
V/risht.:.: t9.C5a .
• 5.20» San Mateo. Redwood, Palo Alto, .. •-•
.' San Jose. 9.30 i.
. s^o? Valencia St., San- Mateo, Redwood, ,'jc- -
Palo .Alto, San Jo«— Santa Oars," > "-'
'•\u25a0•*'• Los Gatos. Wrshl 5.30b
9Mf New Orleans Express— San Jon; m+sk
. • Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Sprices, \u25a0 •
San LuLi Obispo, Santa Barbara,
Los Aoseles. • 9JOa -
Deraia?. Q Paso. New Orleans... '1740 a
8.00? Watsonville. Santa Cms— Del Mont*
Monterey. Pacific Grove — Lompoo 1 145 s
tS.tO? Valencia it. San Jbse and Way
... Stations t8.48a
6 JO? Valencia 3t. South Ean Francisco, '•
'.'\u25a0-- . SaaJjw... 6,40 i
'. B.oob Valencia St, Ocean View. Pak) Alto, .' .
r; ...i SaaJose 7.30b
• 1 1.45» Valencia St. Palo Alto, San 3o9e._^_ 1 j3 i 3O», I
tl.00? Sacramento Rjvct Steamers. ••• - - y 18J>0b
• (Jsion Transfer Company agenta coUect bafgago and) J
dheiks on trains of Southern Pacifis and oriiver, to I
residence. . They are authcriied to check bazzace direct
\u25a0 from rwidenee. * ,;. <
\u25a0 A for Morninz. /~> P for Af temooa.
.- tSunday excepUi IScnday only. -.--•
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
• October 27, 1907
SHORE DIVISION'
For Sausalito, Mill Valley. San Ra-,
fael — Dally — Every 30 minutes from
6:45 to 9:45 a. m.; nourly until -3:4»
p. m.; then 4:15 and every 30 mlnutea-
untll 7:45 p. m.. 9:00, 10:15. 11:55 p. in.
For Fairfax — Week day* 1—«:45.1 — «:45. 7:15-
a. m.; t:45. 5:45. 4:15. 4:45. 5:15 P. m.
Sundays — 8:15. 10:45. 11:45 a. m.:. 13:4a.
For San Quentln — Daily — 3:15, .9:45,'
11:45 a. m.; 12:45. 1:45 p. m. \u25a0 r-
2:45 p. m. daily and S:l5 a. m. Sun-
days only for Lajrunitas. Camp Meeker.-.
Monte Rio. Cazadero and way stations.
WESTEBX DIVISIOX
For Tlbnron, Belvedere **& San Rafnel
7:40, 9:15, "11:00 a- m.; 12:30» 3:30,
5-10 6:30 p. m. dally. • ••/-'•
7-40 a. ra> daily for Petaluma. Santa
Rosa. Healdsburg. Cloverdale, Uklah.
Wlllits. Sherwood. Sebastopol. ;.<alen
Ellen Camp Vacation and way stations.
3-30 p. m. daily for Petaluma, Senta
Rosa. Healdsbur?. Cloverdale, Uklah.
Guerneville. Sebastopol and way
°C-10 p. m. daily for Petaluma. Santa
Rosa. Qlen Ellen and way station*.*
3:15 a. m. Sunday only for Petaluma,.
Santa Rosa and way stations.-
•To Tlburoa only. . . \u0084/,
Ticket Office— Ferry Building.
General Office*— James Flood BaiMta*. • '
MT. TAIVIALPAIS RAILWAY 1
Via Saoaalito Ferry— Foot of Market St.
Lt. San Fran^ | eqaa Lv. Tamaltfato
9:« A 8:45 A '^^^^F 10: ' c A 7:43 A
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TICSET OFFICB AT SAUSALTin FE2RY
CALL WANT A^
BRING RESULTS .
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