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Ht**^' 4 **" •• * a 03; Great Bend ..86 87
'•'•r B Boean C 2 OB;Grt Bend Anx 05 .06
»« Butts Ex 03 04 Grt Bead Ex. 08 oa
lack Rock .. 02 03 Grt Bend Fra« — 02
}}at Bell ... <« 09 G Bend Twins — 00
>ltt« Boil ... 16 IT Hlbernla t& <n
•rooklyn .... — 01 Jumbo Ex 40 42
ttte GclflSeia C 2 OSUnm Ex ULM. — C 3
looth \u0084 22 24 Kaiser Gld .. 05 — '
Inesa Viata.. — 04 Kendall .1$ i§
O D 20 —Kendall-Ex .. 01 02
ColumbU .... _ 12 Lone Star .... 09' U
Dolumbia Mt. 20 2lJLou Dtlloa .. 04 06
Dona Fraction.' 66 GTJMayne .... 03 04
Cosnce X*Oon O8 04! May Queen " — 10
gConcaeror .... 04 OS, Mid Pawn»«... 01 02
lacker Jack. OS OOjMllltOTra Frae. 02 C 3
« J«r •• 1-02 l.OSlMohwk C Leas 03 05
P«J«S- Ex.v- 01 C2Mchawk Ex . . 05 0«
n" c™e ™ £ bM A- °* OS ! Mohawk Junior — 02
Dm B Btte C. 18 10 Ncr Bor 05 06
Kwua s li Si a 8
pmoralda ... — W;Ued Top Exr> 13 14
.F^orenee Ex.. — 20 Sandstorm .... 23 '30
aX %\u25a0 hk ~ '? — S«n««torm Ex. 02 ,03
S« «•»''\u25a0; 01 03 Sandstm WEx — 02
??i d n B *L Gld 2 s — 'SUrer Pick .. 26 27
Cld Bank _- 05 Silrer Pick Ex 01 08
? \a S?" M...4.62 4.esSlaimerone ... — 10
%}a ms•' ~~ «"^pearbead Frc — 05
r\* S era , ld -" — 02tV»rnar 07 03
« 2 .? ortl *B<l- 10 12 Wonder — 02
£i 5 5il WILBIL *- * 2 «( Yellow Rose... 03 04
?5 ?*>****••• — C 2 yellow Ti«er.. 15 16
Gld taloa .. — OllYeUow Top ..01 C 2
BoUfroe District
1 m^2L — 08|Hlnkl» C Sr*s *9 —
.... U IS BomesUk* S. 49 50
!* - B S Uf »«- — 02!lUinois Con .. 05 0C
. 825r8 25 r •• ~ C2jLige HarrU ..01 02
««• Clare- 09 —Mayflower Con 15 16
n Buttt — 04 Mont BnUfrog. 02 03
«r DaliT .. 04 — Montsemy Mt. 07 08
uWrc* ilia. 05 091 Mts; Quartet.. — 06
ftx If at Bk 13 13'Mte 6hos Ex. 03 04
Ifrr N star. — 02|Nn£*et 02 03
lfr« Bnnset.. 02 03;Orls Bcllfrog. 03 04
""\u25a0* Victor.. 03 041 Pride Gold Mt 01 — '
>pesns ..... 04 05 Stelnway 02 —
»n Blfg Anx 04 — Tremp Con . . 23 —
§0:4. Bar 87 — Valler View.. — 08
<H4 Bar Ex. 08 — Yankee Girl .. 02 —
Gold Sceptre. <* OTi
. _..t Maxshattan District
Apr fool Ex. — 02IMan Jactson.. — 20
Atian i he. — OliMan Little Joe — 02
Comet ; — Oil Man Mm N>r. C 304
Cold TTefire.. O« 04, Men Mammoth •— 02
v runny G M. OS 10 Man Bed Top. — 02
utcplng Jack -fKi — iMineral Hill.. 03 10
-irtle Grey. . . 05 —Mas tans: Man.. O7 i#
lan Belaont. — OliMuptans Ex .. 04 05
4an Bronco. 04 O3iOrlg Man .... 02 CS
Con 15 17iPii»e Nut 04 OS
Jaa Ccn Ex. 15 19,5yl Uumphrey. C>4 05
Jan Comb .. 01 Ci Stray Pog ... 06 —
flan Cresoent. 02 08 TbantssirW.. — 2S
!sn Cowbcy.. 02 OSjtYbaU 02 —
N«n Porter.. 09 10: Yellow Horse.. 01 03
Man Bumbldt 02 C3j '
Otter Districts
of Won. — OllNev Hills 3.05 3.15
J'ngle'a Nest.. 21 221N«t Wonder.. C 2 i-S
rairrtr O Bid «'7 OSN Star Wondr" — 01
rslrrw • Hfcilst 07 08Fltu 8 Peak.. 1.20 1.H5
I'elrrw r.sjle. — Tuißamser Won.. 10 —
Jalrrw Keyft — Olißamwy Com.. 23 —
Goldylre" tteef. 01 02! Hound Mt 67 —
Jark.Uot 13 —i Bound Mt Ex 06 —
= Jf.hcni^ Cons. 11 12Bubj- Wonder.. — 07
Ulnafc JPedras.l.23 — j Vulture 04 05
San TranoUro Mlnlns Excbaoge
« c ». ,° "-8:15 a. ra. Regular Sesslun
cloQ°Ophirrc 10Q°Ophirr ...'...2.67V*! 100 Gld Con M...4.75
• :>>\u25a0\u25a0 Moijrtu ...1.17^1 100 Gld Con M.4.721%
1000 &ed Hills ...
' "•• \ll a. m. r.pjrvler Session
200 1 1)al8.T ........ l. oo' K>oo Blrie Bull 16 l i
SWD«I«r- l.ns^iioor* n«>d Top Ex. .l3^
2^o Gld C-cn M.4.i!;if» Lone Star 03^
LOO CM Con M...4.95: 1C00 Orisr Bullfroa;. 04
2fO Ophir 2.625,'2f>00 Geld Wfdge. ..03Vi
\u25a0 H«"< S:lt Hill. t>3o. t-i jmio Trianpl*' 6ft
H«-0 Ma<-.N"amar*. . S3) 10(;.<:id Con M.4.62'A
W» J B«tler. bSO .•» 1000 Wtite Water.. 03
600 Jim Butler .. 3«
..." n . o. .
• 2:l* ji. m. Regular S?ssion
1000 Great Rend .. 36! 100 Florence ....4.02}%
1500 I>>. b 10... 87 : .1000 SsEdstorm SO
600 Dalgr 1.C2 3 ,,! 500 MacXamara .. 33
100 Gld C«n M...4.65; 300 Beliaoat 1.30
CLOSING QUOTATIONS .
Tonopah IMstrict
B!d.Ask.| B'd.Ask.
Csfh Boy ... fix 04 Mont Ton ...1.65 1.90
CoM Ascbor.. 05 0C Rr*eue Con -.10 12
Gold Crown .. 03 OSlTon* Belmont.l.27Vi 1.30
Jiuv Bntler .. 37 ZH Ton Ex ...1.15 1.17H
UacNamara.. S3 S4Ton of Ner. ..4.55 4.00
Ulaway 70 71iWest End Con 30 32
GoldSeM Dlstrlel
/<fL-.«> O3 06iGld Kewanas.. 42 43
Atlanta 28 2&;Uran<Sma 07 1*
I-'k-fc- Acts .. 01 «;2iGreat Bend ..38 £7
Blk B Bonan 03 04' Grt Bend Anx 03 00
Kit Butte Ex €3 USiGrt Bend Ex. OS 09
Blue B*l! ... OS 03 Jumbo Ex ... 39 40
Blue Bull ... 36 17: Lone Star 10 11
Footh 23 25 Mohawk Ex .. 04 06
Columbia Mt. 20 21iOrc- 11 13
tV^ns Fraction. fiC C& BeA nii'.s 2S 29
Cracker Jack. 09 10 Red Top Ex.. l.t J4
Deisr -..1.024 1.05 Sandstorm 29 3') I
T>m B Btt» C. IS 20." SUrer Pick-.. 26 27
PUie 03 OSiSt Ives 40 41
Fiorance . ..4.00 4. 02VJ Yellow Ti*er.. — 19j
Gld Con M.4.65 4.67H1
. ./ Bulltroc; District.
ATnctfcyot -.... I<> lliHtinestake K. 43 50
Gold E*r S6 3S'.Ma}'Bow«r Con 15 J«J
Gold Sceptre. 07 VSiMontgoiny Mt. 10 12
Manhattan District
Cnld Wads*.. 03 04|Man Dexter .. 08 1&
Kan Broncno. 03 «.* Pine Nut <i 3"5
MBO Con 2o 22;Syl Humpkrey. 04 06
" Oth^r Pistrlcts
.V«t HUU ...5.05 8.10:p;u* S Pk..l-22'.i 1.25
. • Comst(Kkk
Selcker 20 — [Hale & Kore. 44 4T,
£est& Belch. 66 C& Jnlia il 12
Calednnla 12 13; Mexican ...1".22Vi 1-23
Com Va M Co. 05 fifiiOpUlr 2.60 2.62' i
Crown Point- 2S 80;Sarsge T2 .'3
-Could ti Our. 20 22 Yellow Jacket. l.4s 1.50
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Armarfl T>. I,*tt s.nd wife to Mark TT. I>tj\
lot 1b W lldb of Fourth «reave, 225 X of C
• treet, tt 25 hr W 120; JlO.
. Bsvid B<'t<U«?r imd w'fe to JVjirc Jscobson
gnd wife, lot In N* line of Gror* street. lflGilO'i
E «f Baker. E N 46:9. E o:2^, X 31. \V
C2\i, N 53:», W 25. S 137:6: flO.
Frederick M. Lucas «>t si. to William Mumo.
lot ftj SE line ef Howard street. SSO SW of
Fifth, SW 25 by 5E SO; $10.
Wlllltm Muc*o to Philip P. Poseiiel et ti
ls*, la W ltae of Dale" place. 57:6 S cf Golden
<Jste arenu«. S 40 by W 60; JlO.
HsrTej- H. Dana to Jane 1. Mryersteln, lot
1b W" llae of Vsn Nes« av«»nue f Co S of Turk
atre«t. 8 32 by W 109:9; *10.
Oeorge Bot<J to Eiizatwth Boyd, Jnt In W llne^
ef.Eaa Bruno ar«nu«. 77:2 X ©f Nineteenth, X
6.>" by W 200; JlO.
. Rotinfly realty company to John F. Barfield
\u25a0 Hud wife. Interest in lot at KE oorner of Manß
fitld street and SW corner of Burrows, NE 120
fey ,-fiE 1O0; HO.
Samool end Josephine Altsbnler to Phillip
'Lay and wife, lot in S line of Lombard fctre«t,
!C:6 E of Scott. E 27:6 by 8 100; $10.
John Procter tad wife to Procter realty oom
raay. let at XE corner of V Ktrrell and Jones
• ireet*. N Jl2:<? by E IS7^: Jin.
' Charles A. ShattncV to Anna *\u25a0:. Kbattack.
lot In W line of SeTPßt»pnth avrnut. 335:G X of
C ftrf»t, X it *. \r 210.0 U. S 47:4, E 240; .
Hft.
Tnetna L. O'Xell Jr. to Joseph Gsffey. half
el lot, in SW lii» of Ritch street. 2M SB of
FrUem. EE 25 by%W T5; $10.
Frances A. Coßnollj to Albert Meyer, lot In
r. Use of Eighteenth tresae, 100 S of I street,
8 32:6 by E 12%: HO.
Morris Bruc« and wife to W. f5. TTrbb. lot In
NX lint cf Mksosic avenue, 60 SE of Java street,
SE 23 by NX U«: $10.
Thomas W. Rlr»rs et al. to August Butolz.
lot 6, block t: subdirition 1, Castro street addi
tier: flO.
Gecrj* A. Rlss and wife to Certmde E. Ows
l«y, lot la E line of Saneb«e street, 100 S of
Haacoclr. S 23 br E 100; HO.
Otto F. Wettphal and wifa to Belel E. Weeks,
lot la W Use of Ocatiia street. 125 N of Broad
way, N 25 by \y 187:6; flO.
Albert Meyer to Hugh J. McGinnls end wife,
lot In E line of Twentieth arenne, 200 X of I
street. N 25 by E 120; $10.
Hugh J. ilcGicnls and wife to Ira E. Randall.
sass«; $10.
Edwls B. Tacker and wife to WJlllanj O. Toy*.
l"t In NE line of Langton street, 120 XW 'of
Harrison, XW 25 by XE 75; $10. \u25a0
l.wy D. Chandler to R. D. Connolly, lot at
EW ccrcer cf No* and Army streets, S .M:6 by
W U"; $10.
R. DocnolJy and wife to E. <S. Harrison -and
wife, lot at SW corner of Not and Army streets,
S 61t6 tj W 117; $10.
3. 3. Devlin to Thomas J. Larktn, lot in X
line of Twenty-serentb street, 203:7 W of Cas
tro, W 60 by X 114; $10.
Afnes C. Clemensen to Georg* H. Hansell.
lot la W line of Tenth arenu*. 275 N of Point \u25a0
Lobos svenue, X 23 by W 120; $10.
John SUerlen and wlf« to Frank 11. Harrl*. j
lot in E line of Belvedere street, 240 S of Par
nsvsus avenue. S23by E l2*:7Vi: $10. .
Madeline Kelly to Emannella Lfppi, third In
terest in tot in X line of Clieetnut street, 109:9
W of Van Ness avenue, W 27:6 by X 137:6; $10.
Charles Herman et aL to Oscar yon Gerrabek
and wife, lot at £E corner of Chestnut and
Baker streets, E 137:6 by S 137:6; $10.
Peter C. Brown et s.l. to Carl Smith, lot la
W Use of Arkansas street, 278 X of Twenty-sec
ond, X 28 by W 100; $10.
William Hollis to Peter J. . Smith, lot In W
line of Arkansas street, 4SS S of Napa, S S3 by
w loo: $10.
Potter realty company to Louis Levine and
wife, lots 1 and 2, block 11, Bels tract; grant. .
Miry F. Lawless et al. to Catherine Law
less, lot In SE line of Howard street, 157:6
KE of rocrtfc. NE 25 by 8E 100; gift.
Michael B. Ksva&agb and wife to William
D. Solllvas end wife, lot at SE corner of
Twenty-third aad Castr* streets. 6 26:6 by E
105: (10.
Edward A. Oehajr and wife to J. C. Cos
tello, lot la 8 lln* of Twenty-sixth street, 100
W of Cbnrch, S 114 by W 24; $10.
Santa Clara Investment ' company to Albert A.
Frfedlander , lot in W line of First avenue, 800
N of Point Loboa, V 50 by W. 120: $10.
Judas Boas company to J. T. Blazes:, lot in
E liae et Bronte street, 80 S of Jefferson, S
26 by E 70: (10.
Tb etn«s w. Rivers et aL to Frank. A. Dar
sajsOs* lot 4. block 80,-Lakerlew; $10- *
WANTS WOMEN TO
DISCOURAGE LEVITY
W. H. Ford Asks Associated
Club Members to Put Plague
on Serious Basis
First Weekly Meeting Results
in Definite Lines of Work
Being Drawn
The assembly room of th« Califor
nia club was comfortably filled yes
terday morning- when representatives
from all the women's clubs in the city
met to discuss the plague situation in
Ban Francisco. This was the first of
the regular weekly meetings and cer
tain definite lines of work, especially
women's ,work In this matter, were
laid down by those in . charge of the
campaign.
The first speaker was Dr. W. C
Rucker, who reiterated the instruc
tions he had already given the club.
G. "W. Owen stated that there were
5* improvement clubs in the city, but
that their boundaries were bo imper
fectly defined that it was impossible
to systematize the worfc that must be
done or to hold any one club respon
sible for any part of it. This point
was made by several other -speakers
yesterday and steps will be taken Im
mediately to fill the need.
F. J> Churchill invited every one to be
present to a mass meeting tomorrow
night'in the Sixteenth street theater in
Mission Btreet. William H, Ford asked
the women present to. make one im
portant feature of their work the dls
couragemeilt of the spirit of levity
and Incredulity that is so widespread
In regard to the plag-uel Robert A.
Roos gave tome most interesting
statistics as to the work done by the
Fillmore street improvement associa
tion and expressed the hope that con- i
stant arrests would convince those
who break the laws of sanitation of
their responsibilities.
Some of those present yesterday, be
side Dr. Rucker, Owen, who repre
sented the Bay Shore district improve
ment club; Churchill, who spoke for
the Mission promotion association;
Ford and Roos, were: George Renner
of the Dairymen's association, Dr. C.
D. Salfleld. who represented five of the
Panhandle Improvement clubs; Joseph
W. rtolph, R. S. Cochrane, E. L. van
der Naillen, Charles M. . Troppman,
George R. Fletcher, C. E. Sturgess, E.
M r . Haughy, T. S. Fritz, Mrs. A. W.
Scott, Mrs. Laura Bride Powers, Miss
Ardalla Mills, Mrs. Henry Payot, Mrs.
Horace Coffin. Mrs. J. M. Curtis, Miss
Mary Fairbrother, Mrs." Mary Sperry,
Mrs. L. C. Levy. Cephas Stuart, J. Em
met Hayden. Mine. Emilia Tojetti, D.
J. McGowan and Denis Leahy.
CHINESE FINED $300
Others Also Pay Penalties for
Violating Sanitary Laws
Gee Tongr, a Chinese laundryman at
Twenty-fourth and Bartlett streets,
tvas fined $300 yesterday, with the al
ternative, of 150 days In the county
jail, by Police Judge Conlan for keep
ing his laundry and stable in an un
sanitary condition. Gee had been
warned several times by health officers,
but paid no attention to the warning's.
Spredona Dolce was fined $10 by
Judge Weller for keeping an unsani
tary stable at 2952 Twenty-flfth street.
In Judge Shortall's court Fred Mlnnoll.
a scavenger, was fined $10 for carrying
garbage to his wagon in a cloth instead
of a can. Lawrence W. Blucher was
fined $10 for not haying wire screens
In his meat market at Fillmore- and
Greenwich streets, and Chris Ziongos,
333 Third street, paid $5 for failure to
keep a metal receptacle for garbage.
Warrants were sworn out before
Judge Shortall for the arrest of "John
Doe" Christman on a charge of permit
ting manure to remain in his stable
at 728 Clementina; "John Doe" Metz
ger for not having wire screens in
his butcher shop at 1316 Fillmore
street, and H. Brese, 2984 Sixteenth
street, for not maintaining- a proper
receptacle for garbage. Warrants were
sworn out bef<»re Judge Conlan for the
arrest of William Bellini, 127 Arkansas
ptrcet, for not preparing a proper gar
bage receptacle, and Joseph Leach for
keeping swine within the city limits.
ACCUSED OF BURGLARY
Frank Hynes, aged IS, who is out on
probation, was arrested yesterday by
Detectives Ryan and O'Dea. Ho con
fessed that he and Walter Joyce had
broken into the fur store of Max Mark.
Eighteenth and Mission streets, and
stolen $250 worth of furs, which they
sold to women in Commercial street,
lie also confessed that they broke into
the tailor chop of Thomas O'Dowd, 154
Church street, and stole $700 worth of
cloth. Joyce was arrested last week,
and when confronted with Hynes he
also broke down and confessed..
George J. Rasmussen to Marianne C. Ba»
nnixsen, lot in S line of Seventeenth avenue 125
XW of Q street, XW 60 by SW 100; jrtft.
Madalena and B. MaoAdara to MabMle J
wood, lot In W line of Forty-fifth avenue -"ft
S of M utreet, S 25 by W 120; $10
Clara C. to Charles T. Part**, lot
wiils'by^S^^lo"^ "° W ° f WtIDUt '
Catherine MrElroy to John J. MrElroy. lot
in SE line of Natomn street. 126 SW of First
SW 42 by SE 80; gift. '
Timotby Resan to Nellin L. Sawyer et al. lot
at. SE corner of Seventeenth avenue and A
street. E 82:6 by S 100; $10.
Henry Ohlaodt Sr. to St. Frascia hospital
company, lot in XV line of Julian avenue, 155
N of Fifteenth street, N 90 by W. 100: $10.
Charlotte Sctton to \u25a0 M. V: Brady, lot in W
line of Thirty-nintn avenue, ICO S of B street
S 150 by W 120: $10.
Sabrlna L. Suttonto samp, same; $10.
Bothtn real estate company .to Alexander
Thfbodeau. lot st SW corner of Lombard and
Polk sweets, S 25 by W 114; $10.
David Boyd et al. to Elizabeth Boyd. lot in
W line of San Bruno avenue, 77:2 N of Nine
teenth.-X 50 by W 200; $10.
. Ellen Dorcey ct al. to Elizabeth Boyd, same;
Elisabeth Jenninßs to same. Fame; • $10.
Rnildingr Contracts
W. E. Lowe with McPbee company — All work
for a. four story class C building in 8 line of
Clay street,6 6:9 .W- of Waverlv, W 25. S 84:3
W 30:*ji4. X IIS, E 65 :SH; $30,000.
Niels A. and Bertba . S. C. . Anderson with
i,. C. BoDde— All . vrork for two - story frame. In
X line of Rlcbland avenue, 1 237:6 W of South
avenue. W 37:6 by X 100; $3,230.
Pierre Chanquet . with C. M. . Llndcay— All
work for three story frame. ln SE Mm*- of Minna
street. 221 SE of Eighth, W 24 by SE 80;
*3,t15.». * \u25a0 . -\u25a0• ' .- ' .- \u25a0 . .
Christopher F. and Catherine Blank with J.
V. Campbell— All work for three story frame
in H line of Clayton street, 62:6 8 of Page,
S 25 by E 112:6; $9,500.
Jules Bpsenstim with J.«P. Lorden mill com
pany—Door and mill work for La Grande hotel
at NW corner of gutter and Uyde streets. W
117:6 by X 77:6;. 55,700. ;
Ellen A/ Fife with Sartorius company. Van
Emoa electric company. • McGtlvray stone com- -
pany and Clinton fireproofing company — Iron,
four elevators,. Indicators -and electric signals, ;
granite plinths and ' entrance metal • partitions, '\u25a0
etc., for eight story building- at SW corner of I
Drumm and California streets, W 46:11U - NE
57:10%. N 60:6%; $32,585. : W
Mrs. -. Elizabeth . Ooss with Mayder & Pierce—
All work except gas fixtures for three story
frame (three flats) In 8 line of Fourteenth
street. 25- E of Minna, SSO by: E SO; $4,800.
Parrott" estate company - with - M.". V.- Brady-
Excavating, , brick . work, - roofing., paving : brick,
iron and steel, carpenter work. plumbing,
ilastering and electrical work: for , four story
and basement . building at XE corner of Sacra
mento and Davis streets, X 119:6 by B 100;
Crocker, estate * company with ' Sanitary ; De
vices manufacturing, company— Sweeping plant
for building on Gor* lot, Market, Post and
Montgomery ; $2,661.20.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, FEBRUAjRY 27, 1908;
isisjcßinic votis iidon ©^
in 3 n©^/ tboormiiiQ
and ph©iiom©§ially
rich gold camp....
H I i^ug ygQ H. IB h^ 63i BBfl B Bf ~^- TTffJ x^r^y tfj B^ hj
Alive-to-the-news readers of The Call are The purposes for which the Syndicate is'
aware oV the sensational happenings at to be formed are as* follows :
the newest of the Nevada camps— Rawhide., — A— To buy and develop Rawhide
\u25a0 fnines. "
"Rawhide," so the Reno Journal says, "is the B _ To secure ;by location, lease,
one word among mining men everywhere," purcltase^or otherwise acquire l:V
° & . \u25a0 J : mines and mining properties in ;
and the Nevada Mining- News states' that Rawhide or other mining;
"Rawhide today is without question the great- C— To do a general mining. promo-
est gold' mining district the world has ever tion and -brokerage business.
known. This is the consensus of opinion of This Syndicate is now being organized under
* : : ' the nonassessable laws of the Territory or* Arizona
all /authorities on mining who have been t h a capital stock of $3,000,000. Each share of
there during the past fortnight. The greatest stock is to have a par value of $1.00 and be forever
. , ,, v , \u25a0 . nonassessable;, there will be no preferred stock and
mining boom the world has ever known iy no bonded indebtedness ar^ no promotion stock-
now in its incipiency there, and within 90 it is all treasury stock. A mutual co-operative- com-
days the name of Rawhide will be in the mouth Pany., Every stockholder, large or small, on an
J „ ' i equal basis,
of every one in the country. it is the plan of the organizers to immediately
As you are doubtless aware, the vast for- ?^ d a first class paining Engineer 'and a capable
_ \u25a0 , , . , v , manager to Rawhide, Nevada, to manage and see
tunes made at Goldfield were made by the tQ that end of thea ff airs o f the corporation. The
pioneers that went into the camp while it was bestb cst available piece of property which we can secure ,
new and struck while the iron was hot. As will be immediately taken over, and then such other :
can readily be gleaned from the newspapers properties as may be deemed advisable will -be
today, Rawhide threatens in a short time , to Purchased, or leased from time to time
" , _ .... \u0084 , Tr . , , , Within a few weeks there will undoubtedly be
outdistance Goldfield. Whether you succeeded many Rawhide mining stocks on the markc tr Some
in getting in on the ground floor of Goldfield of these will make large amounts 'of money for
or not, you, should certainly take advantage of the shareholders, while others will result in a loss.^
today's opportunity'^ TOD AX and become a . $sM the P lan oi the R^ whidc Operating Syndi-
. -\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . ,« x> V-j j- . • . cate, however, every possible' safeguard will go to
pioneer in the Rawhide district. ' - . .' *[v \u0084,.,, ,
1 . protect the investment of the shareholders, and a
The mineralized section of this district greater opportunity for. quick and large profits is
covers an area of six by eight miles. The offered by this company than any one mining com-
,:, . i \u0084 ,r i v* i pany can possibly offer. It is planned- to immedi-
principal shippers are the Kearns lease, which . / . • . .Ui \u25a0 , . ,
v y y rr -\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- ,- £ > ately acquire and own outright and develop on our
has 60 feet of milling ore on the surface, and own account at least one Rawhide property. In
at a depth of 100 feet a good Jedge of high addition to this many opportunities for earning large
grade ore has beenjencouhtefed^ from -which profits are now offered to Rawhide operators,
the owners are shipping;' the Grutt lease ex- . through the securing oflvaluable leases and through
- . «i frt \u0084 \u25a0»«- i the promotion of a good mining company,
tractmg $150 ore; the. Murray lease-now i norder to accomplish this end cash: is needed
erecting a mill ;- . Hustis lease taking out and nee ded quickly. The Rawhide' Operating Syndi- .
$125, and many others. The Royal and \u25a0\u25a0 cate plans to secure as* many stockholders through-
Tiger properties, which lie a quarter of a mile out the^ country aa possible, and will sell the first
from the "Paymaster," are blocking out ore, block of stock to charter members or preorganizers
-j \u0084.'., . . \u0084 »,v i- at a temptingly low price — a real ground floor price..
'and rich strikes in various sections of the dis- Th - s ;s to be a m u tual company in every sense
tnct as high as $300,000 per ton, have been of the word and it ,y nnto t desired that any 'man;
made. Big bodies of mHling ore exposed all or clique o r men, should ever be able to obtain
over the camp prove the permanency of Raw- control.
hide. Properties are being taken up at the II is Panned to start our engineer and manager
\u0084\u25a0, . , . , . \u0084 • j . from here to Rawhide within the next ten- days,
highest cash prices by ; capitalists,. and, in. s 2 v- or as
eral instances men-have paid out big sums .- scribed. It will, therefore, be necessary for those
just to lease on the various properties, y >\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. who get in on t^ie ground floor to act at once.
RawhH3e is said to be a greater goTd camp The' stock is to be listed on the various
than Goldfield. Exchanges. as soon as possible. Your oppor-
r ijcu 'j-j «.'i • v f-~— turiity to get in on the ground floor basis with -
Goldfield did not nave so rich a surtace J - fe . 6 _
, •:\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 t> «-j t> v-j '•'\u25a0\u25a0 • 4. «. successful men is before you. Consequently,
showing as Rawhide. Rawhide is a eriant at - .\u25a0-. \u0084- rr . \ J>
, r \u0084, \u0084 4.-11 v v -' 7*7 * v if you are alive to.it; call at our office for full
an age when Goldfield was 1 still a baby. - , ,
. '' ' " particulars, or fill out the attached coupon rat,
jWccould go- on giving facts on facts— once and fpnvard to us- by return^ mail. The;
dilating on the wbjvderful promise of this." vir- . pre-organization -price will niake this allotment
gin field— but our time and space are limited. go rap jdl y . so act at once. Your money will
We are forced to get right down to the point • be p romp tly returned should "it arrive too late J
and state our business to you without further -for this offering.
geheralizing. ' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 r - '"'\u25a0"'\u25a0 -''\u25a0' '\u25a0'- \u25a0' ' -; - •\u25a0 -- ' '
Time is of the essence of all things in «i INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT CO.
booming mining camp. Affairs move, rapidly 9th floor- Humboldt Savings Bank Bldg,
there and important things happen over night. /;•.- San Francisco.
Men are made rich between two suns-^-so if ~ Gentlemen-^— -Please send me full par-
wewould -get; in and strike while the iron is ticulan; concerning, the Rawhide Opcrat-
\ hot .we: ; must move quickly. ing Syndicate .at the . preorganization
Several prominent San Francisco mining . pjice.
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men, together with yourselves, are'; right how ! * •* \* * "-' *-" * ' * * " ' ' ••••••••• •• •
organizing the Rawhide Operating Syndicate, .; Address . . i^^^^^^^^^ & . . -.
and we invite you to join us inuthe -pre- - • : ;
Industrial In vest ment Companf
901-906 Humboldt Savings Bank Building
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AUGTIONSALES
Jfec ALjQTiprS £a
Thursday, Feb.' 2T, beginning at 1 p. m..
at ', livery stables 1516 Broadway, S. F., 40
head of all purpose horses.
"1.0.; BDTLEB, Auctioneer.
£g> Satnrday, Feb ? 29,|^ JJL&g 5^
65 head of plow, contractors'.' general business,
roadsters I and . family horses to hn sold without
limit or reserve;- all horses guaranteed to work
will be hooked after sale. 565 4th St., Oakland.
J. W. MEDEIEOS. Licensed Auctioneer.
OCEAN TRAVBL .
' p "J9*x. Steamers Leave Broadway
/£w^~^©\ ' '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - Wharves. '>: .
An&'!" :\u25a0< LOW RATES. Including
it W^3 V*l BERTHS AXD MEALS.
I \ I j SPECIAL BOUND TRIP
. \£>jL I jrfC^7 FOR LOSAKGEXJCS.
SAX DIEGO
, SAKTA BARBARA
Santa. Rosa '.... Erery Sunday, 10 m. m.
Queen ..............'.Every Thursday, 10 a. m.
FOR SEATTLE, TACOMA,
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER, B. C*
rUGET SOUXD AND ALASKAN PORTS
City of Poebla...Feb. 28. Slar. 13. 27, 11 a. m.
Umataia ...:.......... ...Mar. 6, 20. 11 a. ta.
: And Alternately Every Friday Thereafter.
ROUND THB SOUND EXCURSIONS, 11 DAYS'
Bound Trip, Including Berth and Meals, $45.
\ FOR ECREKA (HITMBOLDT BAT)
City of Topeka..;..Feb. 27, Mar. 8. 10 :W a. m.
And Every Fifth Day Thereafter.
FOR GUA YHAS. MAKATLAN, LA PAZ.
ALTATA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO,
MAGDALEXA BAY.
Curaca0.......... About March IT, 10 a. as.
ALASKA EXCURSIONS. 190S
The palatial Alaska excursion steamship SPO-
KANE will l»-ve Seattle. 11 p. n.. June 16.
July 1, IS, ht, August 15.
Bight reserved to change this schedule.
TIOKET OFFICES i
SAN FRANCISCO— 3 Market st. 112 Market st.
and < BROAD WAT WHARF— TeI. Kearny 492.
General Offlces .112 Market st.
Freight Office... .Broadway Wharf
OAKLAND Ticket Office 968 Broadway
CD. DUXAXNv O. P. A., San Francisco.'
Toyo Kisen Kaish'a
(Oriental Steamship Co.)
S. S. "America Mam" (via Manila), Tuesday.
March 8, 1908.
S. S. "Nippon Mara" (via Manila). Tuesday,
March 31, 1008. '
8. S. "Hongkong" (via Manila), Satur-
day. April 23. 1908. /
Steamers sail from company's piers, Nos. 42.
44. near foot of Second at., 1 p. m.'. for Yoko-
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(Hlogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai and connecting
at Hongkong with steamers for Manila, India,
etc. No cargo received oa board oa day of gall-
ing.
Bound trip tickets at reduced rates.
- For freight and passage aoply at cf flee. 240
James Flood building. W. H. A VERY.
Assistant General. Manager.
Alaska Pacific S. S. Co.
ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS
BUCKMAN & WATSON
Every Saturday at Ix3o p. m.
Only direct route between Sin Fraadsco. Seat-
tle ssd Tacoma. Through freight and passenger
rates to ' all Sound points, also Alaska.
For rates apply to W. D. WELLS, Gen'l Agt..
Ticket office. 54 Market st. Steuart st. dock
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
(SPRECKELS LINE)
HONOLULU— S. S. Alameda sails 11 s. so.,
Feb. 28. Bouad trip. $125.
TAHITI. SOUTH SEAS— S. S. Marlposa sails
March 9. 1903. Round trip, first class. $133.
Scenic line to New Zealand via. Rartoaga,
Cook island, etc Auckland, first. $175.40;
third, $77.50.
Passenger Dept.. 673 Market St.; Freight Office.
00 Ciay st. Phone Tern. 1231.
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth — Cherbourg — Southampton
Philadelphia ...Mar. 71 New York Mar. 21
St. Paul ..\...Mar." 14| St. Louis .. Mar. 2»
Philadelphia — Qneeaxt ow»— Ll Yerpool
Merlon ........Mar. StMerlon Apr. 11
Haverford .....Mar. 28|NoordlaBd ......Apr. IS
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York— London Direct
Mesaba » Mar. 7[Minnehaba Mar.' 2l
Minneapolis ...Mar. 14[Mesaba Apr. 11
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
New York— Rotterdam, Tla Boulogne
Noordam ..Mar..ll[Ryndam Mar. SI
Statendam Mar. lSj Potsdam ..Apr. 8
RED STAR LINE
N*w York— Dover— A atTTcrp
Krooaland .....Msr.7lVsderls.nd .....Mar. 21
Finland .. Mar. HJZeeland Mar. 2S
WHITE STAR LINE
New York — Q n eensto wn — LI vcrpnol
•Celtff. ..Mar. Bf'Oedrtc Mar. 2ft
•8a1tic........ Mar. IBJ •Celtic Apr. 2
Plymouth — Cherbourg; — *outhampfon
•Majestic .....Mar. -4t»Teutonic Mar. 1%
•Oceanic ......Mar. ll|»tAslrlatlc.... .Mar. 23
t»Tr, 25,000 Tons; has) Klevator. Gym>
nasliim, Tarklnb Bath, and .•Orcbentrji.
Boston— Qne/ens to vrn— Liverpool
CTMRIO -...'.; ...Mar. 15. Apr. 22. May 23
New York ITAI V
and Boston to llrtLl
Via Asores, Madeira, Gibraltar. Alsrfera
•Republic. ...Msr.. 7. noon: Apr. 18
IP 0 .!?/ 1111 *"**!; 14 '-^"- m - : A ? r - 25 - Ma/ 30
•Cretlc Mar. 79. noon; May 9. Jane 20
*Canoplc....Apr. 4, 1 p. m.; May 16, June 27
Fast Express Service'
PLYMOUTH— CHERBODRO-BRBMBN-10 A M
Kaiser .Win ll.. Mar. 3"Ka!»»r d. Gr. .'. May * 5
Cecille (new).., Mar. 171 Cecille (new).... May l*
Kronprinz Wra.Msr. 24]Kronprtas Wn»..MaT ij»
Kaiser Wm ll.. Mar. 31 1 Kaiser Wn 11.. May "B
Kaiser d. 0r..:. Apr. "SKalserd. Gr....Tntif> 2
Cecllle (newK..Apr. 14 Cecille (new) :..JnniT »
Kronprins Wm.Apr. 21!Kn>nprins Wm..JuD« 1«
Kaiser Wm ll. .Apr. 28' Kaiser Wm ll. .June 23
Twin Screw Passenger Service
PLTMOUTH-CHEBBOCBQ-BRBMEN 10 AI JI.
•Sejdllts .....Mar. 12 Derffl!n«er .....May 28
•Breslau - . ... . . Mar. . 2« Lue ttow j M , 4
•Barbarossa ;..Apr. 9 Korfuerst ......Jnne U
Seydllts... Apr. 23 Bremen .'....: -.. Jane 18
Luetiow-....;.Anr. 80 Friedrich Jnne 20
Kurfuerst May 7 P. Fried. Win. .June 25
•Main . . :.\u25a0; May ' 14 -*Barbarossa ." . .June 27
Barbarossa .....May 21 Loetxow July 9
•Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA— AT 11 A M
CONNECTING AT GIBRALTAR FOB ALGIERS,
rriedrlch ....i.Mar. 7 Friedrich .......Apr. 11
<:\u25a0 Luis* ..... .Mar.' 14 K. Luis* "..... : . Anr IS
K. Albert \u25a0."..-.".Mar. 23 K.- Albert .. May 2
P." Irene... l....A pr. -41 P. Irene ....r.-.May 9
North Germaii Lloyd Travelers' Checks
Good All Over the World
! OELBJCHS & CO., 6 Broadway, New York.
i BOBERT CAPEILB, Q. A. -P. C. 250 Pow.H
\u25a0 fst. odp. Bt. Francis Hotel. Saa Francisco.
* Telephone Temporary \u25a0 4794.
"-\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0• - \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0' - - - \u25a0 \u25a0- .
Coinpagnie Gcoerale Transatlantiqße
DIRECT LIN? TO HAVRE-PARIS.
• Salllngs'tTery Thursday. , lnstead *>t . Saturday,'
at 10 a. m., from Pier 42, North river, foot of
Morton. st.\ :-;- r . " j
• First class to Havre. 170 and upward: second
class* to ' Havre, *43 - and npwartl. GENERAL
AGENCY. FOR UNITED STATES AND CAN?
ADA;I9 Stats St.; New York. J.F. FUGAZI
Manajrer Paclfle ' Coast, 830 Montgomery st San
Francisco. Tickets . sold by all railroad ; ticket
agents. . , , ,
HAY AXD, IXTERURBAN ROUTES
MXrlb islanOXvFa^
; VVALLEJO: AND NAPA
: NAPA VAI.i.EYROtJTTB
- Montlcello 8." 8.' C0. -' and Napa Valley Electric
B. R. Co. Close connections.
' ! ef-ROUXD : TRIPS ; DAltt^a
' Boats'; leave San' Francisco .7:oo.", *9:45 a. m..
12 :30 . noon,! 8 : 15."* 6 :00, '3:30 p. m.
• San > Francisco ; landing • and office. Clay street
wharf , north end ' ferry \u25a0- building, -. VUrktt street
ferry. ; \ Meals a'= la carte. ,' S
•V •La»d» i Navy .. T S ra ". <Ur*ct. - • 1
RAILWAY TRAVEI.
Trains leave aad ars *»
fcfl^JHrJ S an Firancisco
\u25a0 FERBYPEPOT
. 'Toot of Market Street
Leava —VIA OAKLAND PIER— AniT»
Havward.Niles,SaBJoss..'.... 7JO3*
7.00 a Richaond, Port Costa, Benicia. Sui-
sua. Dijton, Bacrameato. Rosevillß,
, • Marysville, Rfddiat Euasmuir 7JZB9
7.00 a Exaira, VaeavUla. Rumwy ....;.... 7^Ba
7.00 a Davis, Woodkad, Willi&ms, Mos-
wtU, Waiowa, Hamaton, Corning.
JehLaa, Red Blafl. 7.28»
7^oa Voliejo, Naps, Calistosa, Santa Rosa,
Martinet, tsa P.aaon. 6.03p
7^o» Niles, Ptaasaatcn, Uvermore, La-
throp, Stockton, Tncv. Los Banos,
Ksrmaa, Hanford, Ytsalia, Porter-
viUe. Biiertftald 7239
B.CO* Goldndd Pass.— Port Cotta. Benieu. /
Sacramento. Trcckce, H«ta Mina,
Toßopah, Goldfield. Laws. Keeler.. 7.08 a
B.ooa Davis, WoodUnd, Mirysville. Oro-
* vf1i8....T7!?Tr!........T! 7.28*
B.ooa RusseL Newark, Ceatervills, Saa
Jos\ Los O»tos, Wrirht, UnreL.. MSp
8,20» Port Costa, Mar tine j, Byron, Tracy.
• Stockton. Uereed. Frwno, Goshen
Junction (Haafora), Visalia. Porter-
ville. Bakerseeid 4.*3 i
9.COa Xij«s. livennore. Stockton (*ilUton),
Vsfley Sprint love. Sacramento. 4.43?
o.ooa Sonora, Tuotumre *nd Anpls \u25a0 4.48»
9.00 a. AtUntis Express— Sacramento, Truc-
ker», 0c Jen. Salt Lake Qty. Denver.
Kansas Qiv. 7 .28»
8.40 a Richmond. Port Costa, Mirtinei.... 6.43s
IO.OC* Th« Ovsrland limit«d— Deavw,
Kansas City, Oaaha, Chicajo 8.28s
10.20 a VallsK Maw liiaad. N'spa 1 1.28 a
10.20* Los A&sdes P»ssecj*r— Port Costa,
Martine*. Byron. IVaey. Lathrop,
Stockton, Mercea, Raymond. Fres-
no. Hanford. Visalia. Tulare, Bak-
ersfieid. Los Anjtlea. : 7.48s
1 .209 Kiles, Sm Joss, asd Way Stations. . 2.45?
M 0» Rus*el. Newiii. Saa Jose. 7.28»
2.20? Benicia, S-dsua. Sacramento. 1 0.43 a
> 2.20? Portlaad Exprws (via Davis). W3-
liam.\ Willows. Red Blaff (Weed.
Bray). AiMand. PortJand. 1 1.28 a
3.00 a Beaiiria, Winters, Sarramento. Wood-
land, Knight* Lasdinf, Marysvilla
aad0r0vjf1e......... 10.43 a
3.oo»»Sia Leandro, Xile% Saa Jose 9.28 a
3^os Port Costa, Martines. Byron. Mo-
desto, Merced. Fresno 12.05?
3 -30» Via Tibwon, West Napa, St. Helens,
Calljtoia \u0084. !0.25«
4.00b Vallejo. Martinez, Saa Ramon. Napa.
Cslistota. Santa Rosa. ;.. 9.28 a
4.00» Niles, TTacr. Stoekten. LodL 1 0.28*
4.20s Eastern Express— Orden. Pueblo.
Denver. Kaajas City, St. Louis.
Chicago _
Martines. Stockton. Saeramrato.
Reno, Sparks \ 4.48f
4UOa San Leandro, Hayward, Niles. f t 3.25»
• Pieasanton. tivennort \JII.4B*
5.00 i Tlis Owl LJaiited— Newman, Los
Banos. Meadota, Fresno, Tu!a.-9,
Bakersfield. Los Ancelss 8.43 a
B.QOf RnueL Newark, Saa Joss, Los Gatos
Wrixht 8.48 a
6.20b San Le&ndro, Niles, Saa Jose 7.48 a
5.40s Vallejo, Port CosU, Benieia. Suisua.
eaeramento 11.28 a
6.20< China and Japan Fast Mail —
Oxden, Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas
City, Omaha, Chicaps. 4.48»
j 6^o» Haywtrd, Na<» and Ssn Jo» 6.43b
> 7.009 Vallejo, Martines aad Way :• tar ions,
Sundayonly. JIOJBB
8.20» Oretoa Erpre»»— s*crameato^Marys-
ville, Reddk(. Portland. Puget
fiouad and Eait. ..-• 9.28 a
COAST LINE
sXsr(Thtrd aiid Townseml StreeUV
TK2Oa Horseshoe— abTßtree^'Bouth 'Saa
Erincisco, Ceaetenea. Valencia St,
3d and Townrsnd. 18^55*
6.40 a Horsfahoe^ — VaJsn cia St., Ocean View.
Cemttenes,3outh San \u25a0maciwo.23a
Street 3d sad Townsead 6.50 a
8.40 a South Saa Fnneisco, San Jose, Gil-
roy, Hollister. Paiaro, W&tsooriUe.
Santa Crua. Boalctr Creek. Daven-
port, Del Monte, Moa'.ersy. Paeifia
Grove. 8.45^
B.ooa Tho Coaster— San Jose, Castrovilie, •
Salinas. S«a Ardo, Pan Robles Hot
Cprmsa, Santa Martarita, £an Luis
Ocispo, Oceaao, Guadalupel Surf,
Losipoe, Santa Barbar*, Ventura,
Ozaard, Los Aajsles I 1.42b
B.ooa Paiaro. Wiwonvuls. S3dta Cms. ... 1 1 .-i5?
B.ooa Del Monte. Montere?, Psnfle Grove. 11.45 a
6.20 a South ?ia Francisco, Poio Alto, Saa
Jose. Wav Sutious. 6.30 a
9.00 a San Jose. Gilroy, Balinaa, Paso Robles
Hot Spruies, Baa Lais Obispo —
Los Gatos. Ahaa^ Wright. Tres
Pinoa, Saata Cnw. Gtenwood.
Boulder Creek, Del Monte, Monterey,
PaeifioGrove 4.00?
1 1.00 a South Saa Francisco. Burliogame,
San Mateo. Palo Alto, Saa Jose 7.35 a
1 1.45 a Valeaeia St. Ocean View, Colma.
Cemeteries. Baden, San 8run0.. ... 1.55»
2.00b South Taa Francisco, Palo Alto. Saa
Jose aad Way Stationa, t7.40a
3.00» Dal Moa> Express, San Jose.
G3roy, Qiittanden. Pajaro, Witsoo-
vUls, Santo Cms. CutroviDs. Del
Moafa, Uontervy. PaeiSo Grove,
Saliaas I2J>!»
3.20? South Saa Francisco, 3aa Joss, Cil-
' - roy, Hollistar, Tres Piuos. 10.25«
4.0 0» Sunset Express — Demtaj, El Paso,
Houston. New Orleans.
Paso Roues Hot Eprincs. Saa Luis
Obispo. Santa Barbara. Los Angeles. 1 1 .40 a
4.00» Del Moate. Montrrey. Psdao Grove. 1 1 .43#
4.00s Pajaro, WatsonviU^ Santa Cms.... I 1.45b
' 4.00b ICiosas City, St. Louis. ChJcago 11.40 a
4.20» South Saa Friacisoo, San Joso aad
Way Stations ;... B.ooa
f4.458 Horseshoe— 23i St. South §aa Fraa- - -
nsoo, Ceaeterisa,Vale3ds St,,3daod
To»a»snd. t3.55?
f5.008 Saa Bruao, Saa Mateo, Pab Alto, Saa
Joss aad War Statioes f 8.20 a
t5.20l Bir!int»ai«, Saa tfatso, Rsdwood,
Palo Alto. Saa Jo«o tB^oa
5.258 Horseahoe^ — Valencia St..Oc*»a View.
Cemeteries, South Saa Fraacisco, %
23d Stnwt, 3d »nd Townsend. ,»... 6J5s
6.40b South 3aa Fnnrisco, San firuno, Saa
M&teo, Redwood. Palo Alto, Saa
Jose— SanU Clara, Los Gatos,
Wright. ..;..». 6.00b
6.00b Horseshoe— 23d Strset, South Eaa
Fraacisco, Cemeteries, Valeaeia Su,
3d and Townsead , 7.15s
6.29b South Saa Fraaeuco, 6as Jow aad
Way Stations 9.20*
f3.25» Horseshoo— Valeada SUOoeaaView.
Cemeteriea, South Saa Fntneisco.
23d Street* 31 and Townmd t7*35?
8.00? Loa Aogeles Passengw — San Mateo, !\u25a0 '.
Redwood. Palo Alto, San Jose, /
Salioaa, Paso Robles Hot Springs,
Saa Luis Obispo, Saata Barbara,
Los Angeles 8.30 a
1143b South Saa Fraaeiaco, Palo Alto, Saa f 1.20b
jOWj 0W- • t 7.2P»
tI.OOB Sacrameata Rhrsr Stearasrs fl I.oob
Uaiwi Transfer Cbapsnv agsnt^ collect bsgjtage aixj
iheco oa tnios of Southern PaeiSo and Sliver ta
resi leaca. They ars authorised to cheek b&szage direct
from rwidrt'*'. ' \u25a0
A for Mornias. . P for Aftentooa.
tSuaday excepted. t3 inday only.
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
SOUTHER.V DIVISION
1-Vbrunrj- 28. 1908
VIA SAUSAL.ITO
For Sausalito, Mill Valley, San Ra-
fael — Dally — Every 30 minutes from
«:45 to 9:45 a. m.; hourly until 3:45
p. m.; then 4:15 and every 30 minuter*
until 7:45 p.m., 9:00, .10:15. 11:55 p. m.
For Fairfax — Week Days — 6:45, 7:15
a. in.; 2:45, 3:45. 4:15. 4:45. 5:15 p. m.
Sundays — S:l5. 10:45. 11:45, a. m.; 12:45,
1:15. 2U5 p.m.
For San vjuentin — Dally — 7:45 a. m.,
2:45 p. m.
2:40 p. m. daily and B:ls 'a. m. Pun-
days only for Lagunitas. Camp Meeker,
Monta Rio, Cazadero and way stations.
VIA .TIBUROX
For Tibiiron, Belvedere aad 9mm Raf*H
7:40. 3:20, *11:00 a. m.; 12:30, 3:30.
6:10. 6:30 p. m. dally.
7:40 a. m. daily for Petaluma, Santa 1
Rosa. Healdsburfc, Cloverdale, Uklah.
Wllllts, Sherwood,. Sebastopol. Glen El-
len, Camp Vacation and way stations.
3:30 p. m. dally for Petaluma. Santa
Rosa. Healdsburg, Cloverdale. Uklah.
Guernevllle, Sebastopol and way sta-
tions. .. . Hroß
5:10 p. m. dally for Petaluma, "Santa
Rosa. Glen Ellen and way stations.
9:20 a. m. Sunday only for Petaluma,
Santa Rosa and way stations.
v *To Tibnron only. -\u25a0 . . »
- . Ticket Ofnce— Ferry Bulldln?.
General Offlre— James _ Flood Bolldinsr. .
MT. TAiMALPAIS RAILWAY
Via Saosallto F«rrv— Fo«t of Market St.
Lv. San Fran. | _.«a . } Lt. Tamal paia
week ;-.n- a:s- weik
\u25a0 P-^X- P* Y V*£J^%jm DAT DAT
1:45 A 8:43 A 19:42 A 7:45 A
•;V«n- 9:45 A \i»Sy U:«A IMP
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HOCET OFFICB AT SACSAUTO FEBXT
OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY
Depot" 12th and Mission : sts.' Dally «zc«pt Sun-
day— Leave: °::oa. ; l:00p, \u25a0 5:13 p. Arrtw. S:Ua.
; 12:00 noon. 5:00 p. Sundays and hollJsTs-1
I Leave: \u25a0 »:15a. 10:40 a, 1 12:029, 2:00n, 3:25n.
,s:lSp. Arrive: 8:15 a, 11:53 a, l:20p; *:15^
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