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from tuck wnpons, IOQIIc; pppcUl <Jo, 12c;
r*«rl oil 5n cases. l"c; «straL 17c; etar, 17c;
j v-tn star. 20c; Elaine, 26> s c; eocene. 2«c: red
1 rf'">wn fi*=o!ln<B. In bulk 17c. in cases 24c; No. 1
<Jitti'.l«te In iron barrels or drums. S>Vi<"
><•. 2 00, 713 c. cews 7c more; £6 .!•>•;:. - v liaeo-
Jfne. in bu'k 30c, in cases 374 c; motor gasoline
Sn bulk 17c, cat«- 24c; naphtha, in bulk, 10c
f«s.>s. 17H.C.
Turptntine— 7sc per gallon In cases and CSc In
Omsis «nd iron barrels.
Eosin ip^r bbl of USO ponnds)— E. JB.SO- F S7-
G. t'M: H. $7.15; I, $7.25. ' * '
F.«-d «nd White I^ead— Red lead. SHQ9c per
1b; trtite lead, '-(gsHiC. according to quaclltv
Sngar— Tte Western sugar refining company
quotes as follows, terras net cash: Cubes and
A crushed. 5.50 c; powdered. 5.35 c; candr granu-
Uted. s.S.>e; fine fruit or c-wrse granulated.
6.20e; bett granulated {100 lb b*g» oulvi 5 00c
confectioners' a. 5.25 c; magnolia A. 4.t->; extra
O, 4 ..^; golden C. 4.65 c;. D, 4.55 - H 4 B
crjetal dominos, BX5c: tablft*. half liblg' 5 75e :
r°^T*L^" J,'r r lb " B an"el* «nd 50 lb bags l<k!,
cair titt.t. _5c and boxes 50c more per 100 lbs
for « ; l grades. No ordem taken for less than 75
t«arrp ; s or its »><julva!tnt. Beet sugar "Mon
arch brand, is quoted over and above the price
cf standard fine (eauet granulated In 100 Jb bags,
es follows: Bag*. 100 lbs, Ssc; barre!?, 45c;
h.a.f barrels, COe; 40 lb tins, cased. $2.05; 35 lb
tins, casf<J. $2.05; 10 >b tins, cased, 10 in a
?,!*£• f - T " : 8 lb tins ' 6 to * c «6e. 52.70; 30
lb boxes, bsc. T^
Recelpta of Produce
FOR FEIDAT, DECEMBER 6
riour. or «ks 2X22' Leather, rolls . . 17*.
X\lx»at. rtl» l.ySJJTallow. ctls 10
Barter. rtl B ISttjfUAM, No ..."..'.* SO
Oau. rtls ."AT. Pelts. Xn J3
Beans. t.ks (IOTJUbm. bbls 1 «)
X'"*"- <*ta IMlWiae. cals Cs.2'«i
«'»"\u25a0 «k» noon. w.is ;>-o
Middiintrs. sks .. !'«>: Lumber. M ft 40
Pn?at<ws. sks ... s,r.sn:Aplle«. bxs 200 '
Onions, sks 37C;OuirksUver. Sa»k» 2il ]
flar. toes yJfi'Raislns. bxs SliO :
"O'>l. -;« KS'nstcory. bb!s ... 10]
r*-«wl. *kc 4ir»"Oracs:eß. bxs 0.50 '
K\ rts. sks lii T»p«r. bdls 1.500
J OREGON
V :% ctls 4SO
WESTEUN STATES
Flour, qr sks 1.020
THE STOCK MARKET
Southern .Nevada Storka Advance With
Inrrpase>d Activity
The feature of the local stock market yoster-
C*y wm the ini-reased activity and strength in
the southern Nevadas. notably the •'merger."
rioren.f. Combination Fraction and Daisy, all
cf which were SiheraUy dealt In. Buying or
der* for Investment were reported on the market
and .*\u25a0:,::•• of tbe recovery was ascribed to thin.
wbiJe some operators paid that the sending of
troop* Into the GoldSeld district had a Rood deal
to do with It. as preMicinc a final settlement
ft the labor disputes which bave been hamperir.^
the market for months. At any rate the wholf
Jlst was strong and the leaders scored material
advances.
The Com«t<vks were quiet and showed but lit
tle change from previous prices.
I-©cal *e<-urltles continued tame, but there
»rss sometlitnj: doing la bonds, the Southern
Pacific branch railway C» being hifthrr at
fllS.rvn. The United Railroads bonds were also
dichtly firmer, with sales at $60.
The regular annual meeting of the stock hold
ers of the Ophir mining company has been
called for December 18.
The dt-Hnuueney 1a office of the Hale &
>orcroßs a*s*s«ineot has been postponed to De
cember 20 and the day of sale to January 10.
The regular annual meeting of the stock hold
ers of the Ma<"Namara mining company has been
called for Dteember 10.
STOCK AXD BOND EXCHANGE
FRIDAY. Dec. ; 6— 10:30 a. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Atk.
4s <;r cp new.lis — «3» qr coup...lyo —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
AY* A W ss. — - — lOak Tran ss. — mi
AA- <>U r.s. 73 — ! Do (i>n r*. — 09
ii» 1 I'C os. — SC'y»!<«t Trac Css — V\
<«X G s*. — US O W gtd 5«. — 05
Cal li &E g Nveanir S .">«. 40 —
ra &. <-t 5s — 70 lorn Cable 6s. — !OS
<ai st C Ds. — 102 iPae G Im 4s. — —
«>:! Uine *s. — 92»^!P E Ry os.. — 100
»' C Wai 5». — tW^lPac UP ss. — S7H
I>o (l ings» — 'j«> iPac T&T 5s. — —
J:<l UP <ss. — Iv 7'P i C H 6s. — I<4
F & <: H •'*. — !P & O R 6s. — !«l
<":<>*rv st ."*.. -tn s < 70 'Powell st «s.. — ii»j'i
HIC & 8 f*. — :»«V,Sac EG&RSs. — OO '
lion X T «s. — 133 SF & SJVSs.IO7 UriV,
I. Tah.ie Rss — — 'SF.O * SJ5*. — lOO'S
I. A Ele<> s*. — 1W I Do 2d mgos —
I.A<; & G!ss. — 100 ;s.I& SCR 4VjS —
1. A Rr 55.. — |i.;t 4 Sirrra R 65.. — i<i3
I.AI, gtd {is. — 101 S P «f A 6s
LAP Inn \u25a0#. — iimii.. ,i9,i3| 101 —
I.AP Co) Ss. — m i (1910) 101 >ilol Vj
Uki »=t c «*. — tea !s p cf c fi«
l*> Icm ss. — 100U1 (1912> 102 li —
M»"4 MiTr*.i«y> — ispc 1 eg r.s. — 111
NR of C ."..1.107 10S IS P B R CB.llS'i —
X PC R 5». !K)li — iSPRR Ist r4e 85 S7
XC Ky 55.. — — ISV W g rcg4s M —
N< - P C .".s. — — iStkn G&E 6s. — 105
S r.i Co ss. — tut U; g & E ss. — • —
0 (il^Lll 5a.101^410S !CR of SF 4s. C9 T 4 Cl
Oak Tran Cs=. — 109<i;Val Co P ss. — 00
WATEU STOCKS
Marin Co -.45 — IS V Wat Co. 20' i2l
GAS AND ELECTRIC
Mut EI. ctfs 4*» — IPac LCn «\u25a0*> —
Ihj ex ctfn — ft'ilStkn G & E. 52 —
INSURANCE
rirrman'* Futui 145 152',^
BANK STOCKS
Am Ml Ek. — 12 » 'Lon. P fc A. — i:*,o
Ant-10-Cal .. — M !Mer Trust ..175 200
Bant «>f CaLSIO 3iU iS X National. — —
<'al tsef* Dp. — — iL'cica T Co. — 52.10
rirst Nstnl.. — 213 I
SAVINGS BANKS
Ger S & L. — :»(OO is F Say f.. — E«r,
Hum .5 Bk. — 2G"O ;»av iLS».. — 120
Mut Say Bk. — 85? I Sec Say Bk.. — —
STREET RAILROADS
California .. — IS3 'Presidio — 23
«i<-Bry — 43 I
I'OWDER
<ii>Tt Consolidated Co 70
, SUGAB
V Hawaiian C. — V» JOnomea S C. 2S»; —
Honokaa S C 74 S^iU'aauhan SC. 13 : u 14"'i
Hutch SP C 13*4. — j Union S Co.. — 43
Kilauea SC. — 3 Do pool ... — 45
MakaweU C. 29»i — I
MISCELLANEOUS
AUfka P A. 3S — lOceanic S Co — —
Asso Oil Co. 25Vi 2S Pac Anx F A li —
Cal F C A. — — 1 Pac C Borax. ls2^ —
ral Wine A. — JO Pac T&T pfd 0T» 70
MV4 MtTm.llo — I Do com ... 8 10
SALES
Morning Session
Board—
20 Hutcbinson S P Co 14.00
fl.OuO S P Branch Ry 6s 11S.&0
Afternoon Session
• $4.«« x-> 5 p BraDWi Ry 6* .*. 115.30
13.000 fi P Arizona U903) K.'1.«0
JM.t>o<J Uniti-d It 14 of S F 4s GO.O*
Cnlifornta Stock and Oil Exchange
Bid-Ask. i Bid.Ask.
Ac»o OH ct.2s.iAi .vi Saner Douch.. — i.45
Junction — 30: Sovereign . — 13
M«n of Arlr.. 11 — !Pt»Tling — 2.0U
t»<d of W Va 11 — 'Superlur 13 —
1 Feerleisa 3.00 — I
OFFICIAL SALES
X'*X> Snnset Monarch 21
Mftsinj: SiAckn
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the Kales on the San Francisco
ftock and exchange board yesterday:
COMSTOCKS
Regular Mornlo* Session
3<X> Caledonia .... 17| JOf) Ophir ........1.25
100 Confidence ... M»l 200 Sierra Nev ...
CfMK) Con Imperial. <i2;12-.io Union Con ... 30
SiK> Con Va M Co. 27 300 Yel Jacket. .I.T2 Hi
2tW Mexican 02l
Informal Session
3' >o Aloha or,! 100 Savage 27
V* 1 " Chollar ...... <«j f»0« Sierra Nev ... ?3
-A- Gould & Cur. (.* 2f«) Sierra Nev ... 34
. Of <* Mexican «2j 800 Union Con ... so
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bid.A*k.j Bld.Ark.
Alph/ «« ««Jastice — v]
Andes "."."."... 15 —I Lady Wash"! — 04
Bflcber 15 Ih Mexican 31 S3
BW & B«>lcl>. 70 SOJN Goold &C. 14 —
Bullion — VA Occident* I 16 .—
Caledonia .... 16 JS Ooblr ...: 1.25J.27
<':;allfngi' .... — lOiOvertnan — i 2
Cbollar 06 <'7Potosi ]O 13
i'.madence ... — tr.'Savage 26 2S
C.n lmt*rtal. C 2 m|s^>rj>i<« — 07
<••* N York. — '•SSeg Beloher .. O5 • <-6
(".\u25a0n Va M «>». 2*! 27, Sierra N«>v ... 3:{ .'',4
Crown Point.. 24 —'Silver Hill ... 43 :.3
Exchequer ... — 22iUnion Con 3«i Si
Gould & Cur. ri7 oSil'tah -- m
Hale &. Norc. 45 Wj Yellow Jacket. I^2 1.35
JcU* — °?'. \u25a0"
TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS
Regular Session— 9:3o to 12:30
1«O AnwJbj>t \u25a0*•"-'* !»fto Ixme Star ftS J
l'ffj Atlanta 2i!ln00 Man Comb .. «CJ \u25a0
lOfto Bln<-k Ants .. "2; s<»<i Man HumbolUt o:i '
s*>O Blue Bell ... ««j s<iO Mayflower Con 15
:**> Com Fraction. 74!20"rt MacNamara .. •17 |
Iftfrfj Daisy M: 2fO Mtk C Ls.sS. >"2
I<KX) Dixie .' t''i\ 250fi Montana . ..1.42Vi
l«dQ Fairrw Eagle. 50 1000 N Star Wondr Xl
7«X> Flor Gld . .2.57H I.ViO Red Hill* 22-
400 Florenc* "Gld.2.sK>i 500 R*d Too Ex.. fl9 j
Ssf»o Gld <"on M.3.72H '2000 Red Too Ex.. t'S
1000 Goldyke Reef. tOt sfiO St Ives 40
2' Oo Great Bend .. 23! ]<X> Ton Nev. s 5.7.00
le? Hom»>*take K. 55 1000 Vernal <C
S(«f« Jim Butler .. <2 I'JOO Yellow Tiger.. ,08
2000 Johsnie Cons. 14 x
Informal Session — 12:30 to 2 p. m.
irif > Atlanta 2.V 2000 Florence Ex... 11
\u25a0'^ Belmont 90; 7X00 Gld Con M...3.73
J^-Blue Bell ... 4 16 8000 Gld Con M.3.77'^
l(*n Bice B<*ll ..'. 07llW» f > Gld <'on M...n.**o
2300 Blue Bull ... 158700 Gld Con M...3.55
1000 Blue BuU ... 16UT0OGU1 Con M.Z.k'M
. 500 Booth 1713100 Gld Con M...3.!»0
\ 500 Booth IS] 1000 Gld Comb ... <m
2500 Elk Bntte-Ex o*l3ooo GW Con»* ...?\u25a0!»•
STOCKS RISE AS TROOPS
DEPART FOR GOLDFIELD
Promise of More Stable
Conditions Restores
Confidence
MERGER RESPONSIVE
Consolidated Gains Ten
Points, to Florence's
Twenty-three
The assurance of peace in Goldfleld
through the dispatch of federal troops
to the mining camp reacted directly on
the stock market yesterday, and Bush
street was more active than It has been
for several weeks. Goldfield Consoli
dated and Florence responded sharply
to the impetus given tfte market, and
the former, opening at J3.75, closed at
53.55, while Florence went from $2.87
to $3.10. During the day's trading the
merger stock went as high as 53.90 and
the Florence stock went 2Vt points
higher than its closing quotation.
Since the financial stringency became
felt In Nevada and particularly after
the miners in Goldfield went on strike
the stock market was quiet. The news
of the ; / possible sending of federal
troops from this city to Nevada and the
declaration of a dividend by the Flor
ence strengthened the market, and
when it became known that troops
were actually en route to the camp and
would preserve peace there the mar
ket rebounded.
In the trading in" Goldfield Consoli
dated yesterday about 30,000 shares of
stock were sold and nearly 12,000
shares of Florence changed hands.
Brokers agreed that the -day was the
liveliest experienced within several
weeks. Besides the activity in Florence
and merger stock, Daisy received- at
tention of the buyers, and went from
CS to 75. Jim Butler gained a point,
closing at 43.
1700 Cert Eureka.. 06'IOCO Glil Comb ... 09
1000 Columbia Mt. 13:1000 Grt Bend Anx 04
10C0 Columbia Mt. 10 500 Grt Bend Ex. 05
SW Com Fraction. 74 1 £00 Homestake K. 01
200 Corn Fraction. 73!2n00 Do. b6O 65
1000 Com Fraction. 72 2000 Islam M. b 30 23
5100 Com Fraction. 7l! 600 Jim Butler .. -43
1000 Com Fraction. 70! 500 Jumbo Ex 51
100 Daisy fS 500 Jumbo Ex .... S3 '•
500 Daisy 701000 Jumbo Ex 52
4300 Daisy 71jlOOOLone Star .... 08
1000 Daisy 72-1000 Man Dexter .. O»
"On Daisy 74! 2000 Man Dexter .. 10
2000 Daisy 75! 100 Mouwk C Leas 04
l«00 Daisy 70 3000 MUr Shos Ex. t'3
600 Dm B Btte C. 151 500 Nev Hills 3.00
1000 Dixie 04' 100 Pltti S Peak. .l.lo
1000 Eagle's Nest. 25 1000 Pitts S Peak.. 1.03
5000 Empire 0411500 Bed Hills • 23
100 Falrvw Eagle. C3:2c00 E*d Hills 24
200 Florence 2.WJ I'iOO Red Ton Ex.. 00
.TOO Florence ...2.32U1i0.500 Red Top Ex OS
1700 Florence 2. 1*51 500 Sandstorm .... II)
7<">o Florence ...2. 07^11000 Sliver Pick .. 23
3350 Florence 3.00:2500 St Ives ...... 40
$<\u25a0«> Flcrrnce ...3.02^1 200 St Ives 38
25f>0 Florence . ..3.07u!i000 St Ives SO
1700 Florence S.lO] 1000 Vernal 06
200 Florence .. J.l2«i!
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
CALIFOBNIA
Bld.Afk.) Bld.A«k.
Arsonant . — 3.50 Grnwtr Clinton 50 —
Cent Eureka.. 05 — 'Kennedy — 7.00
NEVADA
Tonopah District
Bld.Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Belmont £7 — plldway 42
California ... 02 —'Midway Ex .. 02 —
Cash Boy ... — O^UMontana 1.42 1.45
Eureka Ton... — 05! Mont Mid Ex. 01 02
Gold Anchor.. 03 — jMon Pitts Ex. 01 —
Gold Crown . . 04 — North Star ... 08 -^- .
Gold Mt 01 — jOhio Ton .... 02 03
Gold Mt Con. — 02lKescn# Con . . <>4 —
Great Westrn. — f<2'.Ton Eiten ...1.20 —
Ind Ton — 02,' Ton of Nev.. 1, 12 —
Jlai Butler .. 42 43! West End ....$4 —
MacNamara.. 17 l'J.
Goldfleld District
Adams 05 06' Great Bend .. 23 25
Atlanta ...... 22 2u!Grt Bend Anx 03 04
Black Ants .. 01 02;Grt Bend Con. 01 f>3
Blk B lionan. -<n — iGrt Bend Ex. 03 OU
Blk Butte Ex 03 O4',Grt Bend Frac — 01
Black Rock .. — ca'Hibernia (Xl 04
Blue Bell ... 06 UTjHlKhland 01. —
Blue Bull "... 14 lC' Jumbo Ex 51 53
Blue Quartz.. 06 — !jum Ex L&M. — 01
Btte Goldfield 02 —Kendall 10 11
Booth 17 IS Kendall Ex ..01 —
Columbia .... 08 — 'Lairnna 7."> —
Columbia Mt. 15 lG^Lone Star OS 09
Com Fraction. 63 "OjLon Dillon ... 04 —
Comnsr Nation 02 03-Mayne 02 03
Conqueror 04 — jMid Pawnee... 01 —
Cracker Jack. 1*! OTiMllltowa Frae. — 02
Daisy 75 ZOlMobawk 8.T5 —
Daisy Es ... 01 02; Mohawk Anr.. — 01
Dm B Btte C. 34 15iMohwk C Leas 02 0.1
Dmd Bed Mt. 15 —Mohawk Ex . . — . U5
Hmrtfld Trncl. 06 •'\u25a0? Mohawk Ledce — O2
DUIe 03 04:Nev Boy 02 03
Dominion .... — Olj.Vev Goldfleld _ Otf —
F.mpire 04 i 5 Oro 07 00 ;
Ksmeralda ... fil . WiPennsylvanla. . — f>l
Florence 3.J0 3.J2Red Hills 23 2%
Florence Ex.. 10 lllßed Top Ex.. 08 <)i)
Fr*nc<-s"Mbk.. 35 — ißed Ton Frac — 04
Frisco — 061 Sandstorm 18 20
Gold Bar Gld — 2oif»andstonn Ex. 02 —
Gold Bar Frac 02 — (Silver Pick ..22 23
Gld Con M...3.K7 3.»o;Silver Pick Ex 03 —
Gld Comb ... 07 lOSlmmcrone ... 03 —
Glil Eureka.., — <>o'St Ives .. SS 40
Gld Herald. - — ' t>2, Vernal 06 CS
Gld Portland. 06 —i Wonder — »03
Gld Kewanas. 22 23! Yellow Rose.. — 04
Gld Trotter... — 06! Yellow Tiger.. OS C 9
Grandma 05 OC|
Bullfrog District
Amethyst 05 — lGold Sceptre.:' 03 —
Beatty Mt M. — 10 H Hooliffan .. — 04
Big Bullfrog.. 01 — 1 Homestake K. 62 —
Bonnie Clare. 18 20: Mayflower Con 15 18
Bullfros Anx. — 01 Mont Bullfrog. 01 —
Blfrsr Banner. 02 — Montgomy Mt. 04 —
Blf g Daisy . . 03 — Mtg Sho« Ex. 03 05
Bullfrog Mln. 04 — Orlg Bnllfroe. 03 04
Blfrg Nat Bk 0« lOjShosbn Nat Bk — 02
Blfrg Sunset.. 02 — 'Tramp Cnn ..17 —
Bifrg Victor.. 02 —I Valley View.. — 06
Den Blfg Anx — 02! Ventura — 12
Dmd Blfrg... f'3 — (Yankee Girl .. 01 02
Gold B*r 30 33i
Manhattan District
Apr Fool Ex. — 01 1 Man IJttle Joe — 02
Atlan & P»e. — 02! Man Mln Nev. 03 C 4
Comet — 01 i Man Red Ton. — 02
Gold Wedge.. 03 04|Man Wisconsin — .03
Granny G M. — 18' Man Wolf tone. 07 —
Ind Camp ... 05 — {Mustang Man.. 11 —
Jumping Jack — 07iSIustang Aox.. — <>2
Man Belmont.. — 01 Mustang Ex . . — 03
Man Broncho. 03 — Orlg Man 04 —
Man Bnffalo. . Ol — pine Nut 03 04
Man Con ... 25 26 Syl Humphrey. «I 2 < 03
Man Comb .. 01 IKJiftray Doz ... OO —
Man Crescent. 01 — j Thanksgiving.. 2." — \
M*n Cowboy.. 01 02 s Whale 02 — i
Man Dexter.. 0$ 101 Yellow Horse.. 02 —
Man Ilumbldt 03 04 1
Other District*
Alice of Won. 02 — Ijohnnle Cons.. 14 15
Crown Pt Gib 35 — IMinajs Pedras.l.oo —
Dromedary H. 25 — JNev Hills 2.95 —
Eagle's Nest.. 23 25 1 Nev Hills Flor — 07
Fairvw O Bid 04 0(1 Nev Wonder. .02 —
Falrvw Hailst — 0" N Star Wondr 02 03
Fairvw- Eagle. ~r- ' 30 Pitts S Peak.. 1.05 —
Fairvw Keyi,t — 09 Ramsey Com.. 20 83
Falrvw S Kng — in! Round Mt SO —
GoMyke Reef. — 05! Ronnd Mt Ex. — 15
Jack Pot — 40lVulture .. ' — 08:
San Francisco Mining Exchange
8:15 a. in. Regular Session '
inr> Gld Con M. ..3.75! 500 Daisy C 9
2<X) Florence 2.on|ieKX> Red Top Ex.. 08
11:30 a. m. Regular Session
RrtO Diiisy "Ul 100 Florence 2.57H
300 F'loren'f 3.U01-500 Atlanta 22
2:30 p. tn. Regular Session
400 Ophir 1.251 200 Florence 3.10
lV>o Atlanta " 22 100 Do. b 60;.. .3.15
300 Florence ...3.07'.i 300 Gl<l C M. 55.3.53
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Tonopab District
Bid. Ask. '\u2666- Bid.Aj.k.
Cash &? ... — 03 Paymaster . .1. — 02
Great Westrn. 01 l<2 Rescue Con . . 04 —
Jim Bntler .. 41 43 Ton Beltnont. . •87 —
MacNaiaara.. 17" .20! Ton -of • Xer.".. 7 .00 "—" —
Midway 40 42 1 Went End Con 34 —
Goldfield District
Adams ...... 06 07jGld Con M.. .3.85 3.JM)
Atlanta 21 2C'Grandma ..... 06 —
Black Ants .. 01 f2J(ireat Bend ..24 26
Blk Butte Ex 03 O4 Grt Bend Ex. 05 00
Blue Bell ... 06 07 Jumbo Ex .... 49 —
Bine Bull ... 14 \u25a0 lCJLtme Star 07 00
Columbia Mt. 14- — Mid Pawnee... 02 • —
Com Fraction.^ 72 74|Mohawk Ex .". 04»4 — .
Cracker Jack.? 06 O7loro ...... 07 09
Dsisy 75 TSißed mils .... 23 24
Dm B Btte C. 14 t.MRed Top Ex.. 08 09
Dixie ...; «'"3 <C»lS»ndstonn .... — : 20
Dominion .... — ni (Silver Pick ..22 23
Florence ...3.0714 3.10 i
Bullfrog District
Amethyst .... 03 — iGold Bar 30 —
Big Bullfrog., mo:!' Mayflower Con 15 J6
Bonnie Clare. — 19 Orig .Bnllfroj:. 03 <>4
Blfg Daisy .. 03 — tTramp Con .. 16-19
Blfrg Nat Bk OS 1"! Yankee Girl .. —; . 02
BlXrg Sunset.. 02 031,
Manhattan District
\u25a0 Xpt tml Zx. — '"' ; CllMuitta* Mu.. 13 14
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL,- SATURDAY; DEO^fBER 7, 1907.
FOUNDER OF CIRCUS ENDS
HIS LIFE AT SANTA CRUZ
Andrew C. Cozad Shoots
Himself at the Home
of His Brother
LEAVES BRIEF, NOTE
Was Known as Originator of
Norris & Rowe Shows,
' Which He Sold
SANTA CRUZ, Dec 6. — Andrew C.
Cozad. known to the circus world as
Andrew C. Norris, the originator of
Norris and Rowe's circus, shot himself
In the head shortly after 1 o'clock this
afternoon in a bedroom in the home
of his brother, Clarence L Norris. This
morning Norris had met his mother,
Mrs. Lucy Whitney, who was Just re
turning from an extended visit with
another son in Kansas City. On her
arrival they went to the home of Clar
ence Norris, which is but a short dis
tance from the scene of the McLaugh
lln tragedy a'few days ago, and had
lunch. During the meal Andrew seemed
to lose the good spirits he had mani
fested on meeting his mother, and
the others tried to cheer him up. After
spending some time at the table he
excused himself and went to his room
upstairs. Shortly after leaving the room
a muffled sound was heard, and Mrs.
Clarence Norris exclaimed: "Andrew
has shot himself!" She rushed to the
room, where she was horrified to find
the lifeless body of the man lying on
the bed, while blood gushed from a
gunshot wound in the head. A note
\u25a0written with a lead pencil on the back
of a chromo and addressed to . his
mother was found, saying that he coufd
not live under the strain any longer.
Andrew Norris founded Norris &
Rowe's circus in 18S2 and owing to
poor health sold out to his brother and
Mr. Rowe in 1898. The circus is now In
winter quarters in Santa Cruz.
JAPANESE CHURCH IN
HEART OF VAGAVILLE
Permission to Be Granted
Despite the Protest
of Residents
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
VALLEJO, Dec 6. — Despite the pro
tests of nearly every white man and
woman In Vacavllle, the Japanese resi
dents of that city, backed by the
Methodist foreign missionary board,
will secure permission to erect a Jap
anese Methodist church In the very
heart of the finest residence section of
the little fruit center. The site chosen
is in elbow, reach of some of the finest
homes in northern California and every
effort has been made to keep the Jap
anese in their own-part of the city.
Offers to purchase the site of the
proposed church and to give the orien
tals in addition a site in their own sec
tion of Vacavillb has been met with a
steady refusal on their part. "What
makes the feeling of the whites more
bitter is the support given the Japanese
by the Methodist church authorities.
FAVOR CON'SOHDATIOX
BERKELEY, Dec. 6. —^Th© consolida
tion scheme of the Greater San Fran
cisco was favorably discussed at the
last meeting of the North Berkeley Im
provement club of this city.. H. A.
Sully spoke at length on the; project.
The club also voted In favor jof the
Hetch Hetchy valley water system for
the bay cities. \u25a0
ALAMEDA, Dec. 6.— Adolph Hecke.r,
N. C. Hawks and A. E. Ridley have
been appointed by the Alameda Im
provement club' to represent that or
ganization in the project for tbe con
solidation of the cities on both sides
of the bay. F. I. Macauley and Sam
Frank have been named to represent
the club at the convention ot commer
cial travelers to-be held In San Fran
cisco on December 26.
.MERCHANTS TO CELEBRATE
BERKELEY. Dec. 6. — The opening of
the new exhibition rooms of the cham
ber of commerce of this city in Center
street will be celebrated tomorrow
night in a blaze of light and by the
music of the Fifth regiment band. Part
of the program of the evening will be
speeches by prominent citizens. Among
them are W. A. Gates, F. A. Jackson,
G. B. Ocheltree, E. D. Burrows and K.
A. Milllcan. Prof. Bernard Moses of the
university may also speak.
"JIM CROW" BILL PASSED
GUTHRIE, Okla., Dec. 6.— The /'Jim
Crow" bJll passed the senate this after
noon b>\a vote of 36 to 3. The bill
will be signed by the governor and will
become effective in 60 days.
HEAL ESTATE TUAXSACTIO.VS
Major Conway and wife to John C. C«l
houn, lot in S line of Homaln street, 100 W
of Doaglas*. W 25 by S 100; $10.
Charles L. Patton to Mary J. Stark; -lot ' In
£ line of Andover avenue, 50 S of Itichland,
»v 100 by S 25; $10.
Marararetha Angelina to George H. ChtOssl,
lots SR and 89, Spring valley homestead; $10.
v A. Scbmeide to Henry Schmeide lot in NW
SW 0 2^ ff^oSfilk ~ 5 SW Ot BCrkShW
John H. Bremer and wif« tn Peter
Schmidt, lot at NE corner of Vallejo and Larkln
streets. N 25 by. E 110; $10. "»"»>
Howard H. Salz to Eattle Simon, lot at NW
corner of Forty-fifth avenue and 0 street. W 240
N 200, E 150, S 23. E 120. S 175; $10.
Johann F. Wagner and wife to San Francisco
and Suburban home : building society, lot In E
line of Palm avenue, 366:8 N of Euclid avenue
N 53:4 by E 120; $10. '
Wilson Harper to F. J. Kierce, lot in SE line
of Edinburgh street, 50 SW of Italy avenue.
SW 50 by SE 100; $10.
Janes B. Cowden and wife to Arthur O.
Franklin, lot 19. / block 12, Flint tract; $10
Arthur C. Franklin and wife to Hannah
Franklin, name;- $lO.
Honora Godfrey to John C. Ballettl and wife,
lot In S line of Army street and -W boundary
line of Precita valley 53, distant 800 E of Fol
som street. S 125, W 25, N 126, E 25:0%: $10.
Amy G. Bowen -and wife -to 11. A. : Mackr»s
company, lot In 8 line of California street. 87*6
E of Larkin.E 50 by S 110:6; $10.
Joseph A. Stnlz to Mary- E. Stulz, lot- in S
line of Clay street, 137:6. E of Baker. B 50 by
S 127:814: gift. .;\u25a0:\u25a0
Ernest L. Hueter • and wife to Frederick W.
Dunslng and wife, lot -in W line of Kansas:
street. U)0 S of Twenty-third,. S 25 by W
100; $10. ,-vv :
John C. Cebrian to Maria J. Cebrlan, lot at
XW corner of Octavla and Pine streets,' N CS
by W 137:6: $100.
• Ellen Carrlck to James ' K. Carrick, lot in N
line of Oak street, 95 E of Franklin, E 42:6 by
N 120: gift. -. .'-.-•:
Helen I. Crooks to Elliott McAllister, lota 9
to 20, block 735, salt marsh; $10.
. nuildlng Contract \u25a0
W. R. Snell with W. N. Jess —^All work for
a frame building in N line of California street,
82:6 NE of Fifth avence. NE 25, N 90 more or I
less, W 25, S 90 more or tew;:fl,2oo. \u25a0
Gold Wedge.. 03 : Oti.Mnstang Ex . . 02 03
Granny G M. — 101 Pine ' Nut .... 03 04
Man Belmont. — OliSvl ' Humphrey. 02
M»n Lit Joe. 01 C2|Vellow Horse.. — ;03
' Comstocks
Alpha 05 07 Exchequer .... 20 22
Alta ........-' — 02 Hale & Norc. 43 —
Andes ..;.... 15 17 Justice '.*...... 01 . (>2
Belcher ...... 17. ?o|Kentuek ..... — 'OS
Best Ar Belch. — SO Mexican ..... 30 82
Caledonia ..„ 15 \u25a0'— Ophir \u0084;... :1.22M, 1.25
Chollar . . 00 OS Scorpion ..... 05 07
Con Imperial. 02 03!Slerra Nev ... 34 30
ConVa M Co. 27 —Utah.......... — 05
Crown Polau U 20jXeJUpw sSm&&.}W:>» :
FLOWING WELL PROVES
NEW COALINGA FIELD
Million and Half Spent in
Development Produces
Great Results
OILMEN
FOR
EVENT
Associated's No. 5 Destroys
All Fear of a Poor
\u25a0 Yield
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
LOS ANGELES, Dec 6,— The $1,500,
000 used in developing the south field
of the Coalinga oil district has not
been sunk in vain, according to a tele
phone message received here, which
states that the Associated well No. \ 5
is now flowing more than 150 barrels a
day. notwithstanding the fact that the
casing has not yet been landed.
The progress of the numerous wells
in this portion of the great oil region
has been watched with interest an.l
anxiety, as the fate of the great sum
that has been expended in developing
might have been decided by one well.
Now that the Associated oil, company's
well has come in with such production
all fears are laid aside. The only
other well operated is yielding 800 bar
rels, a day.
FIRE DESTROYS STEAMER— Baltimore. Dec.
6. — Tbe steamer St. Marys was destroyed by fire
at Hallowing point en tbe Patuxent river last
night. No passengers . were aboard. Tbe crew
of 28 had narrow escapes. :
MARRIAGE LICENSES
The l oHowlng marrlape license* ' were Issued
la this city Friday, December 6. 1007:
Emll J. Paganetti, 22, and Llllie V. Giacom-
ettl, 22, both of Oakland.
Joseph Ivleevlch, 28, and Domenica Pecarich,
28, both of 826 Greenwich street.
Giovanni Oafasso, 25, and Maddalena Ronco,
24, both of 19 Bourbon place.
Gustav Pelka, 24, and Katharina Pltz, 19,
both of 1994 Folsom street.
Hugh J. Hearney, 2i), 707 Capp street, and
Margaret J. Commlngs, 29, 1371 Eleventh
avenue. "
Thomas J. Bvrnes, 24. 333 Duncan street,
and Margaret J. Caradnff. 22, 1219 Florida
street.
Jesse Kosbland. 35, Boston, and Edith R.
Gußgenbime, 20, 2297 Laguna street.
Herman H. Fahs, 21, . Tiburon, . and Nellie
Dunn, 18, Emeryville. . "
John Mladinich, 22, and Domenica Restovlch,
20, both of 1510 Dupont street. ...
Otto F. Schiller, 25, 1153 Ashbury street, and
Tillie li. Schnutenheus, 23, SBl Oak street. -
Carl E. Stevens, 29, Berkeley, and Lizzie B.
Hansen, 21, 1356 Dolores street.
OAKLAND, Dec. 6.— Th« following marriage
licenses were Issued today:
George F. Fltzpatrick, 25, and Era N. Glenn,
23, both of San .Francisco.
Alma Copeland, 29, Livingston, Merced county,
and Allison M. Yonge. 23, Berkeley.
Stanley B. Sexton, 64, and Clara S. Stacy, 50,
both of Oakland.
Marino Radonich, 30, San Francisco, and Anty
Luclch, 21. Oakland.
Jose J. Soares, 1:3, and Maria Sllva, 21, both
of Oakland.
Albert Braner. 54, and Sarah E. Barclay, 41,
both of Oakland.
Walter Burns. 21, aad Clara Medeiros, IS,
both of Alameda.
Riley Huston, 23. San Francisco, and Lydla
Laucher, 82, Berkeley.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
Birth, man-lace and death notices sent by mail
will not be Inserted. They must be banded In at
either of tbe publication offices and be Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ised to have the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
«re_publlsbed one* In this column: free of charge.
___________ .
CATZ— In this city, December 3. 1907, to the
wife of M. Cat* . (nee Stein), a daughter. •
BTAUFMAXN— In this city. December 4, 1907,
to the wife of Adolph ICaufmann, a son. \u25a0
DEATHS ~~~
Bowden, Joseph .... .741 Lahiff. Mary E. . . .'. 00
Bowers, "John: T....52 London, John J.....42
Campbell, Jane F. . . 64 Maste, Paraisa .60
Castle, John C...... — McCabe, Mary. ...... T4
Cator, Ethel I — McCarthy, Thomas.. 44
Chnler, William. ... 61 McCarty, Frances M. —
Cousin. George. 30 O'Brien, Daniel 63
Finger, Thomas -59 Pfaffer,' Martin ..... 117
Fitzgerald,. Dennis.. 50 Perry. Richard 1... 34
Fredericks, Henry. . .43 Rogers, Robert A .". . 38
Galindo, Augustine CBO Seipel, Charles T. . . 00
Gurich, Pauline.... . 22 Tierney, Mary. Rl
Hincb, Eleanor. .... 23 Walter, Rev. Bro. .53
Hunn, 5u5an. ...... 52 Williams, Mr*. Mary 67
Kraus, Mary....... . 75 Wilson, Fred 5.....64
BOWDEN— In this city." December 6, 1907, "at
the French hospital, Joseph Bowden, husband
of the late Emily C- Bowden, and father
of Joseph, . Harry and Mabel E. Bowden, Mrs.
W. P. Emmonß, Mrs. E. P. O'Hatr and Sister
Mary Ernest, C. B. V. M., a native of Sydney,
Ans.. aged 74 years. - - .
Friends are respfetfully invited to attend
tbe funeral today (Saturday), at 10:30 a. ra.,
from St. Mary's church, California and Du-
pont streets, where a mass for the repose cf
his soul will \u25a0be celebrated. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, - by electric funeral car from
Thirtieth street and San Jose avenue. Re-
mains at the parlors of X. Gray & Co., 219S
Geary street corner of Devlsadero. .
BOWERS — In Santa : Rona, December 6, 1907,
John T. Bowers, a native of New Hampshire,
aged 82 years and' 6 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ,
CAMPBELLr—IB Oakland, December 4, 1907,
Jane F. Campbell,' beloved wife of the late
James Campbell, dearly beloved and devoted
mother of , Mrs. Robert E. Riordan and the
late James Campbell Jr.." a native of Dublin,
Ireland, aged 64 years. \u25a0:- ..-.\u25a0
-Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend tb<» .funeral services today
(Saturday), December 7. 1007, at' !) o'clock
i a. \u25a0 tn.. , from her \u25a0 late re sidenre, 1 42T.14* Seven-
" teenth street," thence to . St. I Patrick's church,
where; a solemn requiem hiph 1 mass will be
celebrated for. the repose "of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 o'clock : a. '* m. :. Interment St.
Mary's cemetery. <
CASTLE—In this pity. Deremlwr fl. 1907, John
C, dearly, beloved husband of Katie Castle,
devoted father of Ralston Castle and son of
-James and Knr Castle and brother of the late
Mrs. Lillian' Fojrnrty and son. In law of the
late Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, a natlve'of San
Franrisco, • A inrmber of Guadalupe parlor No.
231, N. S. G. W.;- brotherhood- of teamsters of
i »San FrnncißCO, and Golden Gate aerie No. Cl
F. O. E. ',-: - .-:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -, -.- \u25a0-:\u25a0,; "\u25a0•
\u25a0\ Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
. invited", to ' attend : tb« ' funeral Monday, 'De-
cember £>, 1907, *at 9 a. m., from his ; late
: residence, \u25a0'\u25a0 246 Elsie, street, thence to St.
John's church, where a requiem high mass for;
. the ; repose \u25a0of bis . soul will be celebrated/ '<
cqmmencing *at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy
:r Cross cemetery." -^ \u25a0
Officers and members of Guadalupe parlor
No. 231, N. S. G. W. — Yob are requested to
attend the funeral of our late brother, John
J Castle, on . Monday morning at 9 o'clock, from
his late residence. 246 El*ie street. By order
J. J. CEREGIIINO, President.
GEO. BUEHN, Secretary.
• Golden , Gate aerie No. 61; F. 0. E.— Mem-
bers r are - requested to attend < the funeral of
. our late John C. Castle, Monday. De-
cember 9, at 9 a. m., from his late residence,
246 ' Elsie street near Cortland avenue. ' By
> order. " . .--. ;'\u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0'.' v \u25a0 : - '-..-. -.--.
JOHN J. OASSIDY. Worthy President.
B. F. HANLON, Secretary, j
CATOR— In this, city.- December- 6, 1007. Eth»l
; 1., beloved wife of Thomas V. Cator, and cl<-
: ter 'of -Mrs. "Edith V.' Houghton, _ native of
> Springfipld.-i Mass. . ;
Remains at the ".parlors, of N. Gray & Co.,
: 2198 Geary street comer -of Devlsadero. -
CHULER— In this city, ; December 6,; 1907, Wll-
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 Ham" Cbuler, a -native oorf r Germany, aged 51
: , years. ;•_ --. \u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0 _ . - \u25a0
COUSIN— In this city,' December 4, 1907, Georgo
" Cousin," a native of Scotland, a aged 80 years.
FINGER— In this I city, December "2, 1907,
Thomas Finger,"* aged -49 years.' \u25a0-\u25a0./'-
Remains at s the parlors of \u25a0 Valente, Marlni
. &Xo., 3449 Mission street.
FITZGERALf>4-In this city, December 0, : 1907,
Dennis Fitzgerald,, a : native : of Kova \u25a0 Scotia,
| aged 1 50 years. '\u25a0-• '
FREDERICKS—^-In: this city,. December . 4, : 1907.
-Henry Fredericks, -a native of Germany." aged
' ; 43 years 5 months and 28 days." A- member of
~ Pajaro lodge No. 90, I. ' O. O. F. : riegers and
, stevedores' union, and Schleswig-Holsteiner
. • vereln. ;\u25a0 \u25a0:'\u25a0 \u0084. .-";•• v }" : '\u25a0 -'.:'\u25a0\u25a0 -, > - .....
['.-'- Friends ."\u25a0 are : . respectfully invited .to '. attend
•' the -funeral tomorrow (Sunday), atl p.- m..
•• 'from: tbe chapel of. N." Gray' & Col;"- 2199 Gpary
;; street, ; under . the . auspices of \u25a0\u25a0 tbe Odd \u25a0 Fellow«
: . ; relief .- ' conimlttee. \u25a0 "Interment ;• Mount \u25a0 Olivet
..cemetery,, by. carriage;. .7:' -; " .; >
GALINDO— In '•" Oakland,'- December 6, 1007. Au-
r gustine .C. Galindo, i a native -of s California,
\u25a0 aged; SO. years 'and 3. months, \u0084\u25a0',; {San ; Jo«e 'pa.-
pers.please.'copy.)':^. 1 .. ...,.-/
-,":'", Funeral 'tomorrow j. (Sunday), '.; at v 2: o'clock,
-. from " ' bis : " late V ' residence,' .< C 2? "— tw-sUth
-street. Interment , private, : - \u25a0;._ \-.i
; GURICn— In this clt.< : December ' s, 1907.' Pan-
line, beloved wife of Gino Gurich. mother, of.
Madeline Gurich. daughter of , Petronlllea and
: the late James Connich. sister ofiAntone- and
Tbomas Connleh ana . the late Margaret Bogl-
t=lch, a native of San Francieco. aged 22 years
and 10 monthg. _\u25a0?\u25a0\u25a0.
FriendK ' and acquaintances "are respectfully
invited tr> attend the fnneral Monday. Decem-
ber 8, 1907, at »:30 a. in.; from her late resi-
dence. 325t4 Union street . between Kearny
and Montgomery,;. thence to Cnurch of the.Na-
'-' tlvlty. wbere a requiem '•\u25a0 high mass for .. the
repose of her soul will be celebrated, rom-
' raeneing at 10:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
. cemetery. . : ..'-- .:, : - -
HINCH— In this city. December «. WO7, Eleanor.
\u0084 dearly beloved daughter of the late Richard
and Mary \u25a0 Hloch, and i loving sister •of Grace
; Hlnch,* Lydia . Butler of Niles Canyon. Mrs.
... Richard Blanchard : and Mrs. David Broderick
; of Kohala, .-. Honolulu, a native of Eureka.
Humboldt county, Cal., aged 23 years 8
| • months and 6 days:".--' "
. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the fnneral Monday. De-
cember 9, 1907, from the residence of her
a tint, Mrs. Lydla Coady, 1511 Noe street near
Twenty-eighth,-- thence to St. Pa nl's 'church,
where a reqniem high raa9s for the repose of
her soul will be celebrated, commencing at
9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, g
HUNN— In thia city, December 4. 1907. Susan,
beloved wife of - Robert Hunn and mother of
Robert, Sydney, Albert, Edvrard, Victor, Les-
ter and Alice Golcovich, a native of England,
aged 52 years and 8 months.
Funeral services today (Saturday) , De-
\u25a0 cember 7, 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m., from her
late residence, 1535 Ninth avenue. Inter-
ment Cypress Lawn cemetery.
KRAUS— Entered Into rest. In this city, Mary,
beloved wife of Frederick Kraus. mother (f
Sophia and Fred W. Kraus, Mrs. Emma
Becker, Mrs. Martha Steers, Mrs. Georgia
Wheeland and the late Mrs. Lulu Campbell
and sister of Mrs. Margaret Jones, a native
of Ireland, aged 75 year*. . .
The funeral will take place today (Satur-
day), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from 811 Lyon
street, : thence to Holy Cross church, where a
low requiem mass for the repose of her soul
will be celebrated, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
LAHIFF— In this city, December 6. 1907. Mary
Ellen, relict of the late David Lahiff. and
loving mother of James T. Lahiff, Mrs. J. T.
Corpsteln and Mrs. 1 Frank J. Murphy, a na-
tive of County Cork, Ireland, aged fiO years.
Remains will be forwarded to HoUister to-
day (Saturday), on the train leaving Third
. and Townsend streets at 9 a. m.
LONDON— In this city, December C, 1907. John
3 J. London, relict of the late Catherine- Lon-
don, and father of William H.. John J.,
j Henry . and Generleve London, a native of San
, Francisco, aged 42 years 4 months and 29
Remains at the parlors ofMcßrearty & Mc-
Remalns at the parlors of Mcßrearty & Mc-
Cormick, 813 Valencia street near Twentieth.
MABTE— In this city, December 5. 1007, Pa-
raisa Maste. a native of Italy, aged 60 years.
McCABE— In this city. December 4, 1907, Mary
I McCabe, a native of Ireland, aged 73 years.
MCCARTHY— In this city, December 5, 1007,
Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Lizzie Mc-
Carthy, and loving father of Mamie R. and
Robert L. McCarthy, and ion o( Julia A.
Plant, and brother of William H., John, Da-
vid and Maria McCarthy, a native of County
Cork, Ireland, aged 44 years 9 months and
22 days. A member of San Francisco aerie
No. 5, T. O. E.
Remains at bis late residence. 1921 Page
street. Notice of funeral hereafter. >
McCARTY— In this city, December 5. 1907,
Frances M., dearly beloved daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. McCarty, sister of Theobold
M., Alice E., Beatrice M., Evelyn G. and
Cannellta G. MeCarty. Mrs. J. M. * Crowley
and the late Gertrude E. McCarty, a native of
San Francisco.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited Jro attend the funeral today (Sat-
urday), December 7, at 9 o'clock a. m., from
her late residence, 3211 Fiilmore street, thence
to St. Vincent de Paul's church, Green and
Stelner streets, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. In-
terment Holy Cross cemetery.
O'BBIEN— In this city, December 6. 1907. Dan-
iel, beloved husband of Ellen O'Brien, a na-
tive of County Cork, Ireland, aged C 3 years.
Remains at the parlors of Mcßrearty A
SJcCoratck, 815 Valencia astreet near Twen-
tieth. Notice of funeral hereafter.
PFAFFER— In thto dtr. December 6. 1907. Mar-
tin Pfaffer, a native of Germany, aged 67
years. . * -. lft , •.'
PERRY— In this city, December"s,/1907, Richard
1., beloved son of the late Richard and Theresa
Perry, brother of John W., James, Peter and
William Perry, a native of San FrancUco,
aged 34 years and 6 months.
Friends and acquaintances "are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Bai-
urday), December 7, 1907, at 8:30 o'clock
a. m., from the funeral parlors of Bunker &
Lunt, 2666 Mission street between Twenty-
second and Twenty-third, thence to St. Peter's
church. Twenty-fourth and Alabama streets,
where a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
. cemetery.
ROGERS— In Monterey. December 4, 1907. Rob-
ert A. Rogers, dearly . beloved husband of
Mrs. Margaret and father of Miss L. Rogers,
and son of Mrs. Annie. P. and tbe late J. F.
Rogers and brother of James P. Rogers, a
native of Mount "Auburn, Mass., aged 33
years 8 months and 12 days; ' "i :
Friends and " acquaintances . are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Sat-
urday), December 7, on arrival of the 5 p. m.
: train at Cypress Lawn cemetery for Interment.
SEIPEL— In this city,' December 4, 1907, Charles
Theophil,. dearly beloved husband of Marie
Seipel. deroted father of Mrs. Chris Waldan,
?lrs. H. Hennmg and Charles T. Seipel Jr.
and" the late Mrs. J. Larson and Mrs." W.
\u25a0 Remmers. and brother of Mrs. Helena Fischer
of San. Francisco, August Seipel of Petaluma
and Carl Seipel of Brooklyn. H: V.,' a native,
of Hessen, Germany, aged 66 years 5 months :
and 8 days. A member of Vereln Elntracht.
Friends and acquaintances are •. respectfully
Invited to attend \u25a0 the fnneral tomorrow (Sun-
day). December 8, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., from
the parlors of H. F. Suhr * C 0.., 2919 Mission
street : between Twenty-flfth . and Twenty-
sixth.' Interment. Mount Olivet cemetery".
TIERNEY— W this city. December 3, 1907, Mary,
beloved wife of Martin' Tierney and lovlnj
< mother of Martin J. Tierney Jr., Mrs. Louis
A. Wolters, -Mrs. John E. Dolan, Mrs. Wil-
liam W. Lambert, Mrs. James R. Murphy and
the late-J ohn Francis Tierney, a native •of
County CaTan, Ireland, aged 61 years.
I Friends and acquaintances are respectfully |
Invited to attend the funeral today : (Sat-
urday)/ December 7. 1907. at 9 o'clock a. m..
from- her late residence, 1159 Guerrero street
between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourtb.
thence to St. James' church, where a solemn
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock
a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
WALTER-^ln San . Rafael, December 6, 1907,
Rev. Brother Walter, late president of Bt.
Mary's college, ; Oakland, a native of St. Louis,
Mo., aged 53 years. Remains at St. Mary's
I college, .Oakland. Notice of funeral hereafter.
WILLIAMS— In Oakland,; Cal., ', December 5,
1007. Mrs. Mary Williams, beloved mother of
Lillian E. and : John P. Williams of Oakland.
Thomas -W. William* of -Berkeley. Mrs. J. M.
, Stuart and Mrs. W. J. Hemphill of St. Louts,
and sister of Miss Catherine Jones, a native
of;\ Wales, aged 67 years 10 months and £3
days. ' •"
WILSON— In San Rafa»l. December 5. mO7,
• Fu>d -S. Wilson, . be!ov«Ml husband of Julia
Wllson.'a native? of Beelmnin. Australia, aged
64 years. .'. ' ";."
Funeral services will- be' held at his lafe
residence. 321 Bay - View afreet, today (Sat-
. nrriay}, at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Odd Fel-,
lows' cemetery/ San Francisco, Cal.
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PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN, 10 am.
Cecilie (new). .. Dec. lOlCecilie (new).. . Feb. 18
Kronprlnz Win.. Jan. 7 Kaiser Wm. 11, Mar. 3 ,
Cecllte (new). .Jan. 21K>cllle (new). ..Mar. 17
Kaiser Wm. It. Feb. 4»Kronprinz Wm.'.Mar. 24
T\VIX, SCRE\V PASSEXGER SERVICE
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN, 10 a.m.
•Rheln . . -•• • • .Dec. 121+Barbarossa . . ..Jan.' 2
•Ooeben ". . . .... .Dec. if»! •Hoon Jan. 16
•Main ..;...; ..Dec. 26| -
. 'Bremen direct. -tCherbourg and- Bremen.
'. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA. AT 11 ar m.
CONNECTING AT GIBR.\i,TAR FOR ALGIERS.
Frledrleb ....... .Dec. "\u25a0\u25a0"." K. Albert...... .Feb. R
K. Lu15e.. ......Jan. 4 «Neckar ...Feb. 15
P. : Irene. ;™: . .*. .Jan. 11 P. ' 1rene. . .... . . . Feb. 29
Friedrlch; .:..:. .Jan. 25 Friedrlch - ..Mar. 14
•Omits Genoa. . \u0084 . - . .
? AROIHVD - THE \ WORLD TOURS
East • and Wml.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS LINE.
"Marseilles— Naples*— Alexnndrla
GERMAN— MEDITERRANEAN— LEVANT LINE
: alarßellles — <senoa \ia Naples to the
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ROTAL'ROJOMANIAN MAIL STEAMERS.
Const anza — Constantinople — Smyrna —
.; Alexandria '\u25a0' .
North German' Lloyfl Travclern* Checks
: . . ; : -: ; Good All Over ; the World
, OELRICHS A CO.,' 5 Broadway," New York
ROBERT CAPELLE. G. A. P. C.,250 PoweU St.,
\u25a0".-f;-. Opp.": St.; Francls'Hotel," San Francisco.
•:..-,..'\u25a0, Telephone j Temporary. 4794
BAY. AND INTERURBAX ROUTES
MARE ISLAND NA^Y YARD
; VALLEJO AND NAPA :
;, JXAPAVAUEY ROUTE;
V. Montlcello S. Si \u25a0Co and ; Napa 'Valley Electric
B.R.CO.T; CIose connections."-,; \u25a0.
O— ROUND -TRIPS DAILY— «
Boats leave San ' Francisco 7:00, *3:45 a. m.,
12:30 n00n;. 3:15, 6:00,\*8.30 p.m . *
r-r San i Francisco •: landing s and \u25a0 office. Clay. t street
wharf,'? north t end : ferry ; buildlag, '".\u25a0 Market street
ferry;.*? Meals, a 4a 4 la; carte. .
Phone v Kearny 406/;
•• •Lands INavy 1 Yard direct
BYECURTIS
On A ccount of
Yesterday's Storm
We Will Resume the Sale
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OP
The World's
Best Books
DeUUXE EDITIONS
Today at 11 a. m. at
"THE NORDHOFF"
1545 Pine Street
Note: The books are from the bank-
rupt stock of the Merrill-Raker Co. of
! London, nothing finer extant, and they
are coins at half the prices realised
In other cities for the aame works.
•J- E. CURTIS, Auctioneer.
&& 3S?.
HORSft-WAGONS-HARNESS
WEDNESDAY, December 11. 1907. on ac-
count of retiring from business, we will sell
for n. B. Uuziy his entire lumber teaming
outGt, consisting of 30 bead of higb cla*9
horses, all city broke, weighing from 1.500 to
1,700 pounds (these horses are all In fin* con-
dition and ready for hard work>: lead and
wheel harness: 10 four-horse lumber wagona of
tbe latest and best patterns; 1 two-horse lum-
ber wagon; 5 sand wagons; business horv*.
bucgy and harness ;% blacksmith outfit, safe and
office '/furniture; corrugated Iron stable for 60
horses: blacksmith shop and warehouse with
room for 75 tons of hay; also lease on the lot.
which is 145 ifeet on Bryant street and 137:9
feet deep. /• \u25a0
Sale takes place on WEDNESDAY. December
11, 1007, at 11 a. m., on the premises, 670
Bryant street, San Francisco.
W. H. HORD. Auctioneer.
Jfe \3fe fe!
Thoroughbred Yearlings
From the ANTRIM STOCK FARM. William
Kerr. Manager. BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO
WINNERS. Sale takes place TUESDAY EVEN-
ING. December 10. 1907, at 7:45. o'clock at
CHASE'S NEW SALES PAVILION. 478 VA-
LENCIA STREET near 16th, S. F. Horses now
at yard. Send for catalogue. -
FRED H. CHASE & CO.. Auctioneers.
OCEAN TRAVEL
Steamers Leave Broadway
/EiJ^-^HSV Waarvt*. .
firtL.. Ofoft LOW RATES, including
W Vfpgfe Y*\ BERTHS AND MEALS.
I V \*»«UW / SPECIAL ROCND TRIP
\|»O»_^v/ FOR LOS ANGELES
1^ SAX DIEGO
SANTA BARBARA
Santa Rosa Every Sunday, 10' a. tn.
Queen Every Thursday, 10 ». m.
FOR SEATTLE, TACOMA.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER, B. C,
PtGET SOUND AND ALASKAN PORTS
Governor Pec. S. 2S. 11 a. ra.
President Dec. 13, 28, 11 a. m.
City of Puebla... -..Dec. 18. 11 a. m.
RODND THE SOD>'D EXCDRSIONS. II I>ATS
Ronnd Trip. Including Berth and Meal*. 115.
FOR EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAT)
Spokane D#c. 8. 14, 20. 2«. 10:30 a. na.
City of Topeka..Dec. 11. 17. 23. 29, 10:30 a. m.
And ererr third day thereafter.
FOR GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN, LA FAX,
ALTATA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO,
MAGDALENA BAT.
Curacao ..'."."... .".".'...'•*.".".. .".^Dee. 12." 10 a. ra.
ALASKA EXCURSIONS, 1008.
The palatial Alaska excursion . steamship
SPOKANE will leave Seattle 11 a. m._, June 16,
July 1. 16. 31. Augnst 15. - ." -." "".
Right reserved to change this schedule
TICKET OFFICE 3: . .
SAX FRANCISCO— a Market st. vaA. Broadway
' , : " Wharf— Telephone Kearny 492. j
/«; 0AKLAND. '....:....... .968 Broadway
San Francisco Freight Offlce — Broadway wharf.
C. D. DUNANN. O. P. A,, San Francisco.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
(Oriental Steamship Co.) " -
Have -opened their permanent office at
Room 240, James Flood Building
S. S. "America Maru." Tuesday, Dec 17,
1007.
S." S. "Nippon Maro." Toesday. Jan. 14. 1308.
S. S. "Hongkong Maru," Tuesday. Feb. 11.
iooa.
Steamers will lea»e .: wharf . corner Flr»t and
Brannan streets, 1 p. ra., for Yokohama and
Hongkong, calling nt Honolulu, Kobe (Hlnjro),
Nagasaki and Shanghai, and consectlng at Hong-
kong with steamers for Manila, India, etc No
cargo received on board day of sailing.
Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office/ James
Flood building. , W. H. AYERY.
Assistant General Manager.
Alaska Pacific S. S. Co.
ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS
BUCKMAN & WATSON
Errr? 1 - Saturday nt 1:30 p.m.
Only direct route between San Francisco. Seat-
tle and TacomaT Through freight and passenger
rates to all Sonnd points; also Alaska.
For rates apply W. D. WELLS, Gen'l Agt.
Pbone Kearny 63. Steuart Street Dock.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
(SPRECKELS LINE)
HONOLULU— vS. S. Alameda, Mils 11 a. m.. Dee.
7. Round trip, $125.
TAHITI. SOUTH SEAS— B. S. Marlpom sails
Dec. 2S, 1907. Round trip, Brst class. $125.
Scenic line to New Zealand via Raratonga.
Cook Island, etc. Auckland, first, 9173.40; third.
J77.30. -\u25a0\u25a0..-.
Pasaenger Dent.. 673 Market st-: Freight Office,
90 Clay st. Pbone T»ta. 1231. "
$50 TO EUROPE
and up, FIRST CLASS BY THE
according to
steamer. FOLLOWING LINES
AMERICAN LINE
Plyn'outh — Chrrbourc — Southampton
l'hlladelphia — Qaefmtnnn — Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LLNE
. . New Tork— London Direct
liOLLAND=AMERICA LINE
Xew York— Rotterdam, via Boulogne
RED STAR LINE
»Tr.Tork— Antvrerp— Part*
WHITE STAR LINE
. Xevr York — Qnrrn«tov»n — Liverpool
Plymouth— Cherbourg:— Sonthampton
noston — Queenstown — Liverpool
n nSo?to ITALY and EGYPT
Via. Azore*. 3lndelra. Gibraltar, Alsrtera
Romanic. . . : .Dec. 5, Feb. 1. Mar. 14, Apr. 25 '
Cretle. ..... .Dec. 11. Mar." 28. May 0, June £0 i
Canople .Jan. 11, Feb. 322, Apr." 4, May 16
Republic. ..... 1 . ...Jan.' 23. Mar." 7, Apr. IS
LCLIKII/ 21,033 ton*, Jan. 4, Feb. 15
G. K. KOEPPEL, Pas»Bti?er Agent Pacific Coast.
36 Ellis Street near M»rk»:.
Compagnie Generale Transatlantiqce
DIRECT. LINE/ TO HAVRE-PARIS
Sailing every Thnrsday, Instead of Saturday,
at 10 a. m... from 'Pier 42, North river, toot. of
Morton street." ' J "ifil'"ffff"*^fli' ff IDiSHLI>iJ,
First class to Havre, $70 and upward : - second
Class to Havre. |43 - and upward. GENERAL
AGENCY FOR;- UNITED STATES AND CAN-
ADA, ; 19; State at.; >. New - York. « J. r. FUGAZI.
Manager, Pacific Coast, 630 Mnntgomery st.. Saa
Francisco. Tickets ' told bj J all railroad ticket
asents.;-/ .\u25a0. \u25a0 . ° .-- \u25a0 \u0084 \u25a0
- . _^-I :.' -\u25a0"
RAILWAT TR.%.YKL
•^jjjjk Ir«i»» Imv« tad tn in*
r'^^gjf 1 Sari Francisco
N^Ql'iV/ ""TEEKY DEPOT
-\u25a0^^\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"^- ----•'- Tcot of Maxtgt Street
.e»va - — TIA OAKLAM) f lER~ Arrita
7,COa Kiehsosd, Fort Costa, Benids, Su>
ra..l>ixon. Sacraastotoj R^serSX. .
- Mary snils. Red Jisj, Dtaifiauir— - 7.288
7.00 i Ei-ni'ra. Vacaville, huairsy . . . '. 7.25^
7.CO*. Daris, WcodJaad -^'Vk iilissx Ihx-
*»&. Willowy Hamilton. Ocrcint !
Tefcasa 7.28?
7.00 a HainT^fi XUes, San Jo* 7.0t0
7.40* Yaaejo, Kajo, C&Sstoja, Santa
- - Roaa Mar&acs, Eaa Raaoc..... 6XB?
7.4Ca N'Jea. Pla»swton, liTcr&cxe. La-
,• . - throp. StosH^toa, Traej, Lo» Bcno-I,
Kmaan, Bxnford, VicJia. Porter-
Tine, E5ka55dd .......... . . ; 7Jffl>
u.CCi Go!ds«si i'aa. — "ort Ccsto, Bfsieia.
. - - ' Eacraateato. Trugkf rJh -an, Siaa. '. -
Tcaonab. G<}!dS e!(«. Lstr?, See er . 7XSi
aco* Bavia, Woodhad, Msrysvias, C«k
Til!»_ 7.28 D
3.20 i Port Costa, Hartices, Byren, Tracy."
Stositon. ilcsei **«:«?> Goahea
Junction. Harford, VLaJi*. Porttr-
. rule, Baierscsld 4.48»
&20t Ne*ac-, Cca-^rTile. Saa Josa,
Los Qitoa, Wrifht , Ltur-1 t.49f
9.00 a N*;!i<. Liver -aera. srorivr. I'MltcnX
Vails; Sprint losat iacrsaeatoi.
Rei 31u?.... 4.«p
9.00 a Soaora. Tuolaoae sad -*«zp)». .... <W8»
9.0J» AU.iati! Erpre»»-Ba!Tasae=to, Trs>
kee, Ojdea. Salt Lake Cfcy. .....' 7.2»»
9.40» nicijioaJ. Port Cotta. Martinet.... i^B?
10.00* Th»' OrerUad lira^ed— Denvet
X.vi«»« City. Osttih*. Ckicaja... 8^8»
10.20 a Valleja. Mar. Ttiand. .\»m..*.... 11^8*
10.201 Los Aoislss Passeara— Port fo«t».
Martiast, Byron, Trary. Lathrop
Stooktoo, VtrrrA, Raysurad, >«*•
bo. Ua^ford. Viaalia, '! uir-re. £ak-
ersfi^d, Lcs Anjeifs 7M?
I^Op Niles. Saa Joas and Way Etaticss.. 2.48»
1. 40» Aivando, Newark. Saa J05e....... 7^B?
2.20J Portlaa I Express (vai I.»tbVJWß-
fiwaJl TTillo'v. BH Flßff.CWeed;
Br»y), Wlaai Pcrdand 9-*8»
2J2Op Beaida, foisua, Sacnusento 7X3*
3.03? Jienicu. Winters. tiacraKecta U'cod-
Un.i Kn:shts Lsnd^i i!ary*vill»
ai.dorov2lt 10.48 a
3.23.3 Port Coata. Martirea. Byron, Ho-
desto, Merced. Frecso 12.03»
3.20? ftia Uaadro. N : Jeat Eaa Jo« 8.23*
3.30? ViaTiboraa. vTest Xapa. StUetea,
CaH«ai% 1 0.23 a
4.OCp V*i:«-o, Mir tines. San Ra son. Napa,
Calistoga, Saata Roaa 0.28 a
4.00s K3es, Tracy Stockton, Lodi 10.284
4.20» Ewtera Espreas— Opdes, Pnebjo,
.Denver, ivancas G:y,.bU leiax
Chicaja .« ..»..
Martiasi, Stockton*" Sacrsseoto.
Reno, Sparks . 12.43t
4.40? Saa Leandro, Hay ward Kilae,f li.ZZ*
Ple&eaton. Lrvenscre \J11.43*
5.00y Th« o*l Limited— Nnroanj Lcs
Baooa, M°adcta. Fresco, T'^lars,
BakersSdd Lea Aasdt* 8.48 a
6.00? Kswark Saa Jot*. LoaGatoa.^rigit. 9 A3*
' 5.20? San Leaai-o, N^ea, Saa Jess 7.43 a
5.40? V«11«;q, Port Cotta, Beaicis, Smana,
Sacnaeato 11.28 a
6.20? Chini aad Japan Fast Mail—
OsrJea. Cheyenae. Omaia, Clucaes 12.48»
7.00» Eavward. NiM and San Jc»e HAS}
7.00 a Vallejo. Marthea aad Way Sutiosa,
Sunday oaly J10.33»
8.20? Oreson Express — Sacrasaeato,
JJ-xsrvflle. Reddinj. Portland.
P<i?et Soun<i a^il East. 8.48 a
9.00 a Satnrday* Orly — San Jose and
Way Stations. $8.g3»
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
leave. 6.oo, 7.00. 8.00. 900. 10.C0. U.00 a. m.
r.'-W. I.CO. 2XO, 3.00 4.00 5.C0 6.Q0. 7.C0, B JO.
9.00 p. m.
COAST LINE
<y(Tlilrd and TQwnafixi Streets}
6.10 a Vabaeia £•-, &ia Jc*> aad Way
Stations BJBa
7.00 a Vaieaaa St. Saa Jose. GJxoy, HoU
lister, Pajaro, Watsoaville. Santa
Croa, Boulder Creek. Davenport.
Del lloata, Uontercy, Ptdso
Grove 9.10f
S.COa The Constar— Saa Jo«e Psjaro, Ca»
troviHe, Saliaai San Ardo. Pt«>
Kobes Hot Springs, Saata Mar*
zarita. Saa Luis Obiipa Oce .39, .
Gii&ialupe. Surf. Santa Barbara,
-Ventura, Oxaard. Burbank. Los
AbkU5.... ...:........ ......^ UMp
B.oo* Dei Meate, Paci&s Grove, Surf,
Lompoe 11*43*
9.00 a Saa Jose. Gilroy. SaTsaa. Paso
Robles Eol Springs. San Luis
Obispo — Los Gauss. Ataa. Wright
l^wet, Tr»s Pines. Saat» Crui.
Eo'il J-r Oeek, Det Jlar.te. Moa-
terey. Paei i e 0nve. ...;«. 4.10?
10.30 a Valencia St. Burliasase. Saa Matco.
Palo.Mto, SaaJcje..... ..- 7^40»
IIJJOa Valeaii* S:". Ceneferies. " Saa Jose "
aad Way Stations -. B.iU
1 .409 Valeaeia St.. Cemeterxa. Saa Jose. . 10.00 a
3.00? Dd Monte Exprea -Valencia St.
Saa Joso, G2roT ; Trea Pinos. .
-: -.- Pajanfc 3at»snviJ!e,£antaCra, --. - .
CastroriU«t lie Moare, Monterev, • \u25a0
I'iaSo Grovs j 12.13?
3.15p South Saa Fmactsco. Saa Jose. Tre» - -
ftaos:. :-...-.... lOJSa
4 JKp Sunset Exprtss-^D Paso. Houstos, "
. . New Orteaas ".
Paso Robles Hot Sprinja San Luit -
Obispo. Santa Barbara. Lo*Ai>gt!ea " 12.05?
4.00 ? Dd Mqate, Uonterey. Pacao tirora. 12.15?
4.20 a Yaleacia SL. Saa Joiav aad Way.
Stauoas tB.ooa
to.00? Valencia, St., Buriiazace, Saa Mateo, .
Palo Alto; Ssa Jose. Los Gatoa, t9.03a
tS^O? Saa Uatao, Redwood, Palo Alto. .
Saa Joae. : 5 .30?
5.40? Valencia St. Saa Matto, Kedwnod
Palo Alto. San Jo^e — Santa Clara.
. Loa Getos. Wright |.20p
I |6. C0? Vaieneb Sc_ Saa Joss aad Way
Siatiaas ftvUa
6.20? Valsacia St> South Saa Francista
SaaJ «. 6^50?
8.00? Lo» Aajeie. Passenger — Saa Jo*a,
Salinas, Pa.x> Kobln Hot Springs
Saa I \u25a0\u25a0»!« Obiapo, Saata Barbara, *
LcsAoseles, 8.33 a
8.1 0? Valencia St. Oceaa Via*. Piio Alta
SaaJoae v 730p
1 1 .45? .Valencia- St., Pslp Alto, gaa Joie. , . tB-30t
jl.00? Sacramento River Steamem f8.00?
Union Traasfer Cnianany ajents cntlect bazgage aad
caec'ici on trains of Sotjthera PaciSa and deliver to
readeafe. They are authoriiad to chock bt«ag* direct
from reaidence.
A for Morning: P for Afteraooßt
tSuaday excepted. tSuaday osly.
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
October 27. 1007
SHOItK DIVISION
For Sausalito. Mill Valley, San Ra-
fael — I>aily — Every 3Q minutes from
6:45 to 9:45 a. m.; hourly until 3:4S
p. m.; then 4:15 and every 30 minutes '
j until 7:45 p. m.. 9:00. 10:15. 11:55 p. m.
For . Fairfax — Week days — SMS, 7:15
a. m.; 2:45. 3:45. 4:15, 4:45, 5:15 p. m.
Sundays— 8:15. 10:45. 11:45 a. m.; 12:45,
1:45, 2:4S p. m.
For San Quentin — Dally — 8:15. 9:45,
11:45 a. m.; 12:45. 1:45 p. m.
2:45 p. m. dally and 8:15 a. ra. Sun-
days only for Lagrunitas. Camp Meeker,
Monte Rio, Cazadero and way stations.
WESTER.V niVISIOX
For Ttbaroa, Belvedere and Saa Rafael
7:40. 9:15. "11:00 a. xn.; 12:30, 3:30,
5:10. 6:30 p. m. daily. -
7:40 a. m. dally for Petaluma. Santa
Rosa. Healdsburg 1 , Cloverdal©, Ukiah.
Wllllts; Sherwood, Sebastopol. Glen El-
len, Camp Vacation and way stations.
3:30 p. m. daily for Petaluma Santa
Rosa. Healdsburg-, Cloverdale, Ukiah.
Guerneville. Sebastopol and way sta-
tions.,
5:10 p. m. daily for Petaluma, Santa
Rosa. Glen El.on and way stations.
9:15 a. m. Sunday only for Petaluma,
Santa Rosa and way stations.
•To Tiburon only.
Ticket Office— Ferry Bnildiaj.
Getferal Offlce^-James Flood Bulldlaz.
Ocean Shore nail-way— For <V#*a Tlrw
Park. E«ls<»Tnar. Salarta. Brichtun Beach. VaKe-
mir, Koj'kaway & P*<!ro Vall»v — D»pnt 12th and
Mls*ioi st». -Dailr eteppt Snartajr— L«**v»: 9:13».
2:lSp. Arrive: t:.Wp. r,:-»"p. snn«lar and holidaj^
— Leavp; 0:15 a. 10:4»a. li:tV-r», U;0«T». 3:23 p. Ar-
rive: 1 1 :5R«. 1 :CQ P , 3:13 p. 4:40p, ft:lop.
Farallbne City
The ia<«t beintlfnl b«a«h on th'» Oce«a
Shore. LJne.- L*r?e- lots — lowest prie^ — easy
terms. yEjECursioß* dailj. - Call at offlce for
firee tickets. . - - - \u25a0
CALIFOKMA SCBCRBAN HOME CO..
231 Tib Xess a*.",. .
MT. TAMALPAIS RAILWAY:
Via Sansalito Ferry— Foot of Market St.;
Lt. Saa Fran. [_- - L>. Tamalpais
WEEK VN- j^^^f^L SVN- WESS
DAY - DAT - fS9MEK]K9' PAT' DAT
9:43 A S:43A WS^t^ 10:42 A 7:« A
.... 9:i3A II:<WA 1:IOP
1:45 P 1a .45 A 1:48 P ±U P
day 1:43 P UstlHtlMart *=« P day
4:45 P 2:45 P I Senday Ttw 5:15 P >34P
i TICKET O?nCB AT SAt'SAUTO TZSSJ
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