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LINER ARRIVES
WITH BIG CARGO
Amasis Comes From Hamburg
and South American Ports
With Valuable Load
Ninth Infantry Will Sail Today
on Transport Sherman for
Manila
HE Kosmos line's
steamship Amasis,
which arrived in
port late Saturday
night from Ham
burg; came to its
dock early yester
day morning.
It brought 26 pas
sengers and 2,699
tons of cargo, in
cluding 10.000 pack
ages'of sugar, 2,000
bags of coffee from
southern ports, and
a valuable lot of
general merchan
dise from European
ports, which em
braced rare •wines,
fine liqueurs and
1.000 cases of gin. It also had $3,000
. in treasure from Mexican ports.
yS captain yon Appen reports the voy
• jtg-e was uneventful. The Amasfs was
.127 days from Hamburg and six days
from Ma sat lan.
.; Troopn Board Transport
The Ninth infantry arrived yester
day from Fort Sam Houston. Texas,
and at once went on board the trans
port Sherman, on which vessel it will
. sail for the Philippines tomorrow. The
regiment is In command of Colonel
Charles J. Crane.
Half of the soldiers were, given per
mission to go on shore, and up until
'.the dinner hour they spent the time
wandering along: the front and taking
rides in the cars to different points
about the city, the park attracting
many of them. Today those who did
.-. not pro ashore will have a chance to
visit the city. The Sherman is in
: • splendid condition and a s fresh and
clean as any vessel that ever left this
: port.
Liner Brings Big Crovrd
The Pacific Coast steamship Gov
ernor, Captain Jepsen, arrived yester
day from Seattle, making: the run down
the mast in 52 1 * hours. It brought
"00 cabin passengers, the largest num
ber since the spring season opened.
W. \u2666;. Irrrln A r riven
The brig W. G. Irwin. Captain Kid
ston, arrived yesterday, seven days
v from Roche harbor, with 7,000 barrels
of lime to the Tacoma and Roche Har
bor lime company.
Bring* Junk From fiuajma*
The tramp steamer Hermine, Cap
tain Gerolimieh. arrived yesterday,
FPVP! > and a half days from Guaymaß,
with a lot of junk and scrap iron.
After unloading its cargo It will pro
ceed to Puget sound and there load
The approaches to the ferry building
yesterday were gay with Easter finery.
Crowds of people left the city in the
.^r.rning for different bay points, and
\u25a0-.._ when they began to pour back about
4 o'clock the scene resembled a verl
. table picture garden. All of the thou
sands of women and little girls had on
their Easter bonnets, which they were
prevented from wearing Easter Sun
day on account of the rain.
Added to this. men. women and chil
dren were heavily laden with great
bunches of spring- flowers.
Lumber Arrival*
Lumber arrivals from the north coast
by sea yesterday amounted to 2,635,000
feet.
Bear Due Thin Moraine
The new steamship Bear of the San
Francisco and Portland steamship com
pany is due to arrive In this port to
day from New York as per a wireless
message received by the Merchants'
exchange yesterday.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items- of Interest to Mariners
[Special Dispatch to The Call}
E"EEXA, April 3. — Two nights out from Ran
|> Francisco, bucking head winds all the way up
tb* coast, the fteam sdiooner Catherine arrived
early this morning from San Francisco. It Is
loading redwood lumber at the Holmes mill for
the return trip.
Fteamer City of Topeka arrived from San
FrancUeo at 10 «. m. today with freight, mail
end passengers. It waa barbound for several
boars on account of low water. The Topeka
departs for San Francisco tomorrow morning
at daybreak.
Steamer F. A. Kilburn departed for San Fran
cispo at 10:30 ttis morning.
\u25a0' Norwegian tramp steamer Alden, loading red
mood lumber for Australia, via San Francisco,
Id tlie. Australian mail line, shifted today from
Arrata to the Dolbeer-Carsoa mill wharf. It
will in a few days move to Samoa, where its
cargo will be completed.
Schooner S. T. Alexander, boond for Hilo with
tics, is still barbonnd. It was ready for sea
« week ago.
S.A large crew of mechanics is bow engaged at
ii? Eureka foundry, overhauling the steam
ecbooner Newport. The, Newport has been out
of com mission for several weeks, but soon will
be placi-d in the Euro ka-Coos bay coastwise trade
by ttm owner. Asa Dunham.
.. Captain Billy iTerson, formerly of the steam
srnoon^r Premiss, has succeeded Captain Panrer
• in command of the Pacific lumber company's big
lumber carrier Temple E. Dorr, operating be
tween Fields Landing, Wilmington and San Fran
cisco.
Captain Hannah, who is to command the
Btcaopr Eureka when that vessel Is placed on
the Eoreka-Coos "bay-Portland run. Hay 1, ar
rived here from Hun Francisco yesterday. The
Kureka is now being overhauled in Saa Fran
cisco for the North Pacific company.
John O'Neii. George Langford and Harry
Scbwartx of tixis city nave been elected directors
of the company operating the steam schooner
J. J. Loggle. which has carried lumber from
the Occidental mill on tills bay to San Fran
cisco for tbe last three years, succeeding Paul
M. Burns and Earl T. Kiky. both of San Fran
? Cisco, and Philetus Bell of this city. Burnt-
and niley are interested In the Occidental mill,
and local stock holders, holding a majority of
etock in tbe vessel, were dissatisfied with the
management. Tbe Loggie may be chartered to
other interests in the near future.
' Tbe gasoline schooners Katata and Klamalb,
which have been laid up In the Klamatli" river
tor four months, will^ !>e placed in operation
between this city and the Klamatn and Smith
rivers in the near future.
Captain Bowman of the lighthouse tender Se
! <juoia arrived here yesterday on a short business
trip. Captain Bowman is endeavoring to organ
ize a company which wiit -operate a fast steamer
\u25a0on tbe Eureka-San Francisco run. He has been
promised support. It Is believed, by local capi
tallsts. WPIPWVi
LOS AJTGELES, April 3.— Arrived: Steamer
..Santa Rosa, from San Diego; steamer lao.ua,"
. .from Eureka; steamer Aurelia, from Eureka;
Bchooaer Louise, from L'mpqua river.
' . Seiled: Steamers Santa Rosa, for San Fran
. Cisco; steamer WeUesley, for Grays Harbor.
\u25a0\tspecifli D'uvaich to The Call]
f^rOKIULSB, April 3.— Preparing for a sis
months' cruise in tbe Bering sea sealing grounds,
• the United States revenue cutter Manning Is. to
}\u25a0 tx> outfitted at once and it is expected that it
."" w-ill be ready for tlie cruise about. tbe middle of
Way. The Manning is undergoing repairs at the
yards of the Willamette Iron and steel work*.
Bids for f 10,000' in supplies arc being solicited,
tout local jobbers are flow to respond and it may
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
be necessary to send tbe vessel to Seattle to be
outntted: . X
'"To avoid unnecessary expense during the quiet
summer mouths, the port of Portland has with
drawn from service, temporarily, the gasoline
pilot schooner Joseph Pnlltier, which left up the
river from Astoria today to go on , the . Oregon
drydoek tar repairs. The tug will resume pilot
duty at the opening of the fall season, tbe Wal
lula being left to take care t>f the light (summer
traffle, announces U. F. Campion, superintendent
of towage and pilotage for the port of Portland.
Carrying 20S passengers, the largest number it
has brougbt from the south since the winter sea
son began, the steamer Roanoke arrived late
Saturday night from San Pedro. The North Pa
cific steamship company, sayx Harry Young, local
agent, is doing 20 per cent more bn»ines« than
it did a year ago. The Roanoke experienced \u25a0\u25a0 a
severe southwest gale between Cape Blanco and
the Columbia river. Officers of the vessel say
the gale was the most severe encountered this
winter. The barometer went 10 20.47.
British bark Altalr. which has finished a cargo
of wheat for Europe, will be shifted tomorrow
mofning to midstream, where It will remain un
til a crew is completed and the vessel ready to
call.
British bark Arctic Stream, which is to load
grain foe. Europe, will shift tomorrow from Co
lumbia dock No. 1 to the North Bank dock.
British ship Brablocb. will shift tomorrow from
Jefferson street to Montgomery dock No. 2.
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
I ASTORIA, April 3. — The steam schooner Ho
-tjuiain arrived today from San Francisco and
proceeded up : the river to load lumber for re
turn.
Steamer George Fenwick arrived early this
morning from San Pedro aud docked at the
Hammond lumber company to commence loading
lumber for return. .
The steamer Ramonn arrived this afternoon
with a full freight and passenger list from Coos
bay and after a brief stop here proceeded to
Portland.
: The steam schooners Yellowstone. Coastrr and
Claremout, all lumber laden for San Francisco,
crossed out today.
The schooners Mabel Gale ant. Alvlna arrived
down the river today with lumber cargoes and
will probaby cross out Monday.
Tbe steamer Northand arrived down the river
today with a partial cargo of lumber and pro
ceeded to Knapptnn to finish.
The steamer Kansas City, which arrived down
from Portland Saturday afternoon and did not
get out on account of a rough bar. made it
early this morning. It has a full freight and
a good passenger list for San Francisco. ".>\u25a0\u25a0
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE -
FTom i Steamer I Date
3an Pedro |Jim ftutii-r [Apr. 4
Coos Bar M. V. I'lant. . .|Apr. 4
M«-ndocino & Pt. Areua St-a Foam I Apr. 4
San Pedro |Katr Oaks (Apr. 4
Xew York Benr .Apr. 4
Humboldt r~. A. Kilburn. . Apr. 4
San Pedro .>anta Barbara. .Apr. 4
San Pedro Vanguard .JApr. 4
Portland & Astoria (Kansas City Apr. 4
Seattle i- Tacoma |Ad. Sampson. .. Apr. 4
San Pedro &. Way PortsJCooa Bay Apr. 4.
San Diego & Way i'orts|Santa Uosa Apr. 4
Humboldt City of Topeka. Apr. 5
San Pedro Hanalei Apr. 6
San Pedro Centralia Apr. 6
Grays Harbor [Norwood Apr. 6
Portland & Astoria JKlamath Apr. 7
Tahiti Marlposa jApr. 7
San Pedro O. W. Elder. ..j Apr. 7
Point Arena & Albion. Porno :..]Apr. 7
Honolulu Hyades Apr. 8
Pugpt Sound Ports City of Puebla. Apr. 8
Portland & Astoria |ltoanoke Apr. S
San Diego 4 Way PortalCovernor Apr. S
China & Japan rhina :: . . Apr. 9
Xew York >ia Ancou. . City of PanamaiApr. 0
Sal. Cruz via S. Diopo. Alaskan (Apr^ 9
TO SAIL. .__
Destination | Steamer | Sails |Pier
April 4— i
Grays Harbor jFair Oaks.. 3pm 21
Coqallle River Flfifld 5 pin
Astoria & Portland ;J. B. Stetson 12 m 51
(irays Harbor S. Barbara.. 4 pm 31
Humboldt Vanguard .. 1 pm 1!)
Honolulu NVvadan ... 10 ntn 27
Ban Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 4pm 0
April 5—5 —
IjOS Angeles Ports J. S. Higgins 10 am 4
Humboldt ..F. Kilburn.. 10 atri 13
Seattle & Tacoma Bee 5 pm 3.8
Grays Harbor S. Monica. . . 4 pm 51
Japan & Cliina Nippon Mam 1 pin 42
Puget Sound Ports Cmatllla ... 2pm 9
Coos Bay M. F. Plant 3pm 8
April 6—6 —
Seattle & Tacoma Olsn & Mbay 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland.... Wellesley ..5 pm 27.
Los Angeles Porte A<l. Sampson 10 am 10
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay... 4 pm 11
Los Angeles Ports Norwood ... 2 pm
Grays Harbor Centralia ... 3 pm 21-
X. York via Sal. Cruz. Xebraskan .. 10 am 27
Seattle & Tacoma Buckraan 1 pm 10
Seattle direct Rainier .... 3 pm 21
Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam.. 4 pin 4
April 7—
Humboldt City Topeka 10 am 11
Los Angeles Ports Hanalei .... 3 pm 10
Los Angeles Ports Klamath
Portland & Way Ports. «. W. Elder 1 pm 13
Auckland & Sydney Alden 1 pm .
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.. 11 am 9
Astoria &. Portland..'. ..[Tahon 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland IXonic City.. 5 pm 10
April 9—
New York via Ancon.. City Sydney 12 m 40
Puget Sound Ports Governor 2pm 9
Astoria & Portland Kansas City. 11 am 40
Los Angeles Ports Roanoke 5 pm 13
Point Arena & Albion . . Votno |C pm 4
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE "
Destination 1 Steamer [ Date
Skagway & Way Ports. Cit.r of Seattle. Apr. 5
Kodiak &. Way Ports. Portland Apr. 5
Skagway & Way Ports. Hnmboldt : Apr. 7
Valdez & Seward Xorthwestern . . . Apr. 8
Skagway &. Way Ports. Jefferson ...... Apr. 0
Sun, Moon aud Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey — Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes.
: MONDAY. APRII/ 4
Sun rises 5:50
Sun sets 6:3<>
Moon rises .' 2:51 a.m.
Xew 'moon April 9, at 1 :16 p. m.
First quarter m00n. .......April 16, at 5:55 a. m.
iTime I Time) Time jTlme
Apr! 1 Ft I 1 Ft Ft I Ft
|L W )H W| L W IHW _
4.. 0:30 3.5 0:03 4.9 1:09 0.3 8:41 4.6
5.. 1:35 3.2 7:21 S.O 2:01 0.2 0:11 4.9
6.. 2:30 2.6 8:25 5.1 2:50 0.2 9;42 5.3
7.. 3:19 l.» 9:22 5.3 3:30 0.3 10:14 5.5
8.. 4:06 1.3 10:16 5.5 4:28 O.« 10:4(5 5.6
9.. 4:54 0.7 11:11 5.5 5:10 1.0 11:20 5.8
10.. 5:36 0.2 12:10 5.4 5:52 1.5 11:58 5.8
11.. 6:24—0.211:10 5.1 6:35 2.0 .........
V. S. Branch Hydroitraphlc Office
A branch of the United States hydrographle
office, located in tbe Merchants' Excbanire, is
maintained In San Francisco for. the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit the office, where complete setß of charts
and sailing directions of tbe world/are kept at
band for comparison and reference; and the
latest information can always be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce.
J. C. BURNETT,
Lieutenant, D. S. N,, in charge, i
HYDBCGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE I Ft. I Date ( Remarks ~~~
Grays Hart 18 I.Tan. 13' Inner bnr buoy sub-
"I I I merged. \u25a0 .--\u25a0 -.
Willapa Bl 27 jFeb. 81 Whistling buoy 1 mUe
_|_^ I I north of 'bar. \u25a0__
Coium. R.j 24 IXov. S'shnallnpr "outside nun
I 1 I buoy Xo. 2.
Nehalm Rl 8 {Feb. 2 Har buoy 200 yards N.
I I I channel.
Tillmk B. 9 . jDec. lTlChannel shifted 1 mile
I I I south in gale Nov. 28.
Nun buoy Xol Q and
Yaquina B 14 Feb. 12 can buoy Xo. 3 gone
'=_, I adrift.
Siuslaw R| SHlFeb. SjChanncl goipsnorth.
UmMua R] 13V4jFeb. 4|Channel in sood~condl-
I 1 I tlon.
I 112 feet at low tide to
Coos Bay. 18 Feb. 17 Xorth Bend; 12 feet
\u25a0 at low tide to Marsb-
field. \u25a0--. .
Coquille Rl 9 JJan. 7!Channel straight; good
I I , I condition.
Kogne R1v| ..... | |
Klamth R| 7 "(Jan. 7!Channel straight east
.1 II and west. • -
Hmbldt Bj 19 IMar. llXortb. channel unsafe
\u25a0 • • I !__ f to navigation.
S Pedro B[ 20 |Feb. 26jXo change In channel.
S~Dlego B| 25 |Dec. 9|Xo" change In channclT
S Pablo Bl 24 (Dec 1 [Depth In dredged chan-
I I • I nel.
A BOOKLET FOR INVESTORS
The Harris Trust and "Savings bank,
204 Dearborn ; street, Chicago, has \u25a0' is
sued a booklet" entitled "Bonds for Safe
Investment," intended ; for the use of
persons planning. to Invest in bonds for
the first time. , Its aim' is to explain in
simple} terms -the purposes ;of; various
classes of "bonds," and. {. to indicate the
value of \ bonds ) as safe : investments' for
individuals,' Vasv^well, as
Copies may be had free upon request, *
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THE SAN ERANCISCO CALL, MONDAY; APRIL 4; 1910
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
. ARRIVED ":&\u25a0 I
Sunday, April 3.
Stmr Svea, Allen, 65 hours from Gray^ Harbor;
680,000 feet lumber to Wilson Brothers ft Co. -
Stmr Governor, Jepsen,-* 52 >A hours from Seat
tle; passengers and merchandise to Pacific Coast
steamship company. "
Stmr Santa Monica, Olsen, 66 honrr from Grays
Harbor; 555.0U0 feet lumber "to J. R. Hanify.
Brig W. G. Irwln, Kldston, 7 days from Roche
harbor; 7,000 barrels lime to Tacoma and Roche
Harbor lime company. . . v , i '^
Hchr Meteor, Homer, 10 da.ws from Grays Har
bor; 725,000 feet lumber to E. K. Wood lumber
company. : .. ;.
SAILED > -'
Sunday, April 3.
Stmr Thomas L. Wand, Peterson. Astoria.
Strar l^icy Neff, Klitpaard. Seattle.
Stmr Tlverton. Johnson, Ludlotv. ; \u25a0
Stmr Raymond, -Knudsen, Raymond. . :
Stmr Asuncion, Bridgutt, Portland. - '
Stmr Wbltcsboro. Frederickson. Greenwood.
Stmr Excelsior, Nason, Coos bay.
Schr Sausallto, Nelson. Siuslaw.
fiohr Santiago, McDonald, Monterey, In tow tug
Navigator.
Schr Charles It. Wil?on, Nelson. Grays Hnrbor.
Barge 01, Monroe, Gavlota. in tow tug Daunt
less. \u25a0 r: .
TELEGRAPHIC v
POINT LOBOS". April 3, ; 10 p. m.— Weather
hazy; wind NW; velocity 18 miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
ASTORIA— SaiIed April 3, C a. m.— Stmrs Rai
nier. Yellowstone, Kansas City," Coaster, for San
Francisco: 7 a. 111., ctmr djareraoutj for Will»«-«.
Arrived April 3, 7 a. m. — Tug Fearless, with
bark Diamond Head in tow, hence March 27; 9 a.
m.. stmr HfxiuUm, licmv Marco Stt; •<••! \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.;(••'<• .
from Red6ndo Beach. 4 p. m.; stmr G.W. Fen
wick, from Saa Pedro; *tmr Kamuua, from cous
bay.
SEATTLE— Sailed April 3, 2 a. m.— Stmr Cot
tage City, for Skagway: 3 h. m.. stmr Tampleo,
for San Francisco: 7 p. m., ship Benjamin I.
Packard, for Chignik. ' \u25a0 , '
Arrived April .'{. 3 n. m. — Stmr Northwestern,
from Juneau; stmr Columbian, hence March 31.
KUREKA— KaIIP<I April 3— Stmr I". A. Kil
hurn. for San Frauclsoo.
Arrived April 3 — Stmr City of Topeka, hence
April 2. . * <
JVE.STPOHT— Barbonnd April 3. '2 m.— Stmrs
Norwood. Grays Harbor. Carmel and Melville Dol
lar, for San Pedro; stmr May fair, schr* Daunt-
Iphs and Sophie Chrlßtenson. for San Francisco.
Pa«»<vl out April 3, 6 a. m. — A steiunef.
Arrived April S, 4:50 p. m.— Stmr Daisy Free
man, hence March 31; 5:30 p. in., stmr Carlos,
hence March St. • x
FORT BHA<J(;— Sailed April 3 — Stmr Fulton,
for San Francisco.
Arrived April 3— Stmr James S. Hlgglns, hence
April 2.
TATOOSH— Passed In April 3. 1:40 p. m. —
Stmr Watson, for Seattle; .*5 a. In., ftror Colum-
Man. hence March 31 for Seattle. Aprlf 2, 7 p.
m. — Br bark I^ord Templetown, heni'e March 24
for Tacoma.
Passed out April 3. 4 p. m.— Stmr Tampleo,
for San Francisco; 4:30 a. ni., «tmr Olympic,
frnm Belllngham for San Poilro; 5:30 a. m., stmr
Col. E. I/. Drake, from Tacoma for -San Fran
cls<h>; 9:30 a. m.. stmr Admiral Sampsoii. from
Seattle for San Francisco.
CLALLAM — Sailed April 3. noon— Schr Ameri
cana, for San Pedro; schr R. W. Bartlett, .for
San Francisco.
CRESCENT— Passed in April 3, 3 p. in.— Schr
A. F Coats, from Salina Crui for Townwnd.
TOWNSEND— SaiIed April 3— Schr Prosper, for
Alaska.
Arrived April 3 — Schr El Dorado, from Santa
Rosalia. .
VENTURA— Arrived April 2— Stuir Westerner,
from Sun Pedro.
TACOMA — Arrive! April 3— Br bark Lord «em
pletown. hence March 24; stinr Stanley Dollar,
from Seattle; sehr Lyman D. Foster, hence
March IS.
Sailed April 3 — Br Ptmr Manennla, for Na
naimo; stmr City of Puebla, for Seattle.
SOOTH BKND— Arrived April 3, 12 m.— Stmr
Clareraout, from Astoria.
POINT REYES— Passed April 3. 11:30 a. m.—
Stmr San Jaclnto, from Grays Harbor for Ven
tura.
NEW CAPITAL ISSUES
DEPRESS STOCK MARKET
Sharp Drop of Atchison Bonds
Affects Other Securities
NEW YORK, April 3. — Depression of
the securities market last week was
ascribed to a number of special causes,
but the most general factor in opera
tion was the growing evidence of con
gestion of new capital issues, threat
ening the success of financial plans of
the railroads for carrying forward
projects of improvement. The abrupt
decline in the price of the new Atchison
convertible bonds when first offered ia
the market to a price that almost wiped
out the value of the subscription rights
to stock holders was the salient feature
in the bond market.
Following the sag of the New York
city 4^4 per cent to below the "sub
scription price, the influence on the
bond market was bad.'
The sudden death of Justice Brewer
had the effect of confusing ideas in
stock market quarters as to the effect
on the vitally important cases pending
in that court. The first impression of
probable delay gave place to expecta
tion of a decision on Monday in the
American tobacco -case after the chief,
justice had announced that members
of the court would not attend the
funeral. Both suppositions seemed . to
have a depressing effect on stocks.
"Wide reaching effects were produced
by the collapse of Granby mining stock
in the Boston -market, ' owing to the
disclosures of the conditions of the
property. Copper securities suffered in
consequence in all markets. ; The sharp
decline mi American exports of popper
aggravated the depression. .'
PIG IRON TRADE FOR
WEEK REPORTED LIGHT
Greatest Activity Prevails in the
Philadelphia Market
NEW YORK, April 3.— Although ex
treme dullness prevailed in the pigJron
trade during the last few days, a* fair
volume of business was placed -during
the week. Sales aggregated about
80,000 tons. . In the east \ the greatest
activity was, at Philadelphia, where
about 10,000 tons of basic iron was sold
at $17.75 delivered oyer : the second and
third quarters, and "25, 000 tons addi
tional are now pending. . r. ; ,
It is estimated that March contracts
for pig Iron in all sections aggregated
about 300,000 tons. \u0084
Orders for structural and fabricated
steel were released with more freedom,
specifications for the "week>be!ng 35,
000 tons and for the month«of March
130,000 tons. Railroads placed larger
orders for equipment, the i March car
orders aggregating. 24,000, i while .the
locomotive shops booked borders for 459
engines. Rail contracts ; placed * last
week were small,- only 25,000 tons, and
the total for: March, including export
orders, was\ only 250,000 tOns.
" Although there were relatively light
orders for railroad bridges, only 40,000
tons during March/the - raHroads ' last
month purchased larger tonnages of
plain structural material for their own
shop work, aggregating about 100 000
tons. ' ; ; ' \u25a0 .. ; :'. :- ! -».;\u25a0-" V \u25a0- .;;• - ••. \u25a0
NEW $102,000,000 TUNNEL
OPENED FOR INSPECTION
NEW ."YORk.;- April 3.— The Pennsyl
vania railroad opened to public inspec
tion, for :the ; first time yesterday ? 16.5
miles of \u25a0 the most - expensive E construc
tion work, -foot, for foot, .ever attempt
ed—^namely, its • tunnel and terminal
improvements from ; Harrison,- N.i J., ; to
Sunnyaide.L. I." ; ; v - v ;>
The^average cost of a mile of •-steam
railroad is 125,000;. the .cost' per
mile of J the funnel and; terminal -im
provements has been'more than $9 600 -
000. ; ; : \u25a0. ;; ; ; y.-j;S-. v,;; '—/:-. k'\^
"The company has thus far. expended
$102,000,000, i and will expend $160,060,
000; before S the i improvement \u25a0} is '\u25a0'\u25a0 com
pleted. ; Train Z service ,is r due .* to^begin
late iin \ June ; or;; eafly^in':'July,i, with -; an
initialcard^ofiljOOO trains'daily^
; The boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens,
witha populationVof :1,500,000,\wi1l then
have : direct • 'connection '' byj rail lt or the
first timeiwithUhe south and\ west.
Weather Report
United- States -Department of Agriculture-
Weather Bureau. San Francisco, April 3,, 1910.:
RAINFALL' DATA .
Last Seasonal Normal
Stations— 24 hours, to date, to date
Eureka 0,02 38.49 . 3».04
Red 81uff...... 0.00 . 16.45 21. «3
Sacramento .* 0.00 V 12.151 . 17.19
Mt. Tamalpais .... O.fiO 1 25.41 16.80
San I'rnnclHCO. T. ~; \u25a0 19, ] C \u25a0 10.71
San J05e:....... 0.00 14.10 "10.27
FresDo 0.00 \u25a0'* 10.02. f1.64
Independenrn ........ .0.00 i * 4. 77. (j.49
San Luis Obispo 0.00 21.11 14. 4S
1,6s Angeles i.,0.00: 12.20 v 11.27
San Dieso .:,.....• f. 0.63 7.34
Coast record for 12 liourm, ending ."» i». m.
" : .: §'\u25a0? J . I -i' I|
STATIONS %. '\u25a0$.<% -' : §" "|
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Blalne "....50. 22 48 30 SW Clmi<ly .00
Boise .SO. IS 4S - NW. flcar T,
Eureka :.30.1« 52 .18 N Cloar .00
Flajti'taff ... ..;29.«2 52- 32 SW Cloudy ,00
Fresno ........29.04 (iS 46 NW Pt.Cldy .00
i Helena \u008430.04 3rt 28 NW Pt.Cldy .04
1 tadependenco ..21). 78 74 44 N Clear .00
! Kalispell .30.02 42 32 W • I't.CWy .1«
I^>b Angoles. . .20.58 CO 58 *SW Cloudy .00
i-Mnrebfield :JO.'J6 5-t — NW Clear .00
I Modena . ..29.58 30 — NE PtiCldy .00
Mt. Tamalpais. 29.!)l> 57 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. 3S N Clear .00
North Head... .30.32 48-42 W Cloudy .00
Phoenix :. ».«4 SO 52 SW Clear .00
Pocatello 30.02 42 28 W Pt.ClUy T.
Pt, Reyes I.t. .29.1)4 53 : 46 NW Clear" .00
Portland 30.24 50 40 SW Pt.Cldy .00
Red 81uff. . . . .."0.00 (M .44 NW Clear .1)0
Keno ...: 30.04 52 3S N Clear .00
Roseburj* '. 30.22 5t5 30 NW Clear .00
Sacramento ...21*. 02 04 48 ,NW Cloar .IM)
Salt Knke.. ... 30.02 3S — NW Snon- .14
Pan nipjtp 2t).l)0 CO -3« 8W Cloudy T.
San Kratiflsco. .2!>.9« «2 48 W Clonr .(K)
5an« J05e., v...2d.94 6(5 48 NW Clear .00
S. Luis 0bi5p0. 29. !>2 60 48 SW, Clear .00
Sprtkane 30.12' 50 30 W : Cloudy ' .00
•Summit 4rt 24 SW Clear .00
Taeoina "o.2<> 52 40 W Cloudy T.
Tatwsh ...30.24 4rt 3S SW Cloudy T.
Tonopah 29. K4 40 34 NW Clear .00
Walla Wa11a.. .80.18 M 38 SW Clear T.
Winnemueea ..30.14 4« 32 NE Clear .00
Yuma 20.70 82 43 W Clear .00
•Avi-rage mow on jrround. 57 Inches.
SYNOPSIS /
Tlio storm over tho north Pacific states yester
day has moved rapidly eastward ar.d been fol
lowed by an area of hljth pressure, which n<vw
overlies the northern portion of the Pacine Mope.
Theup conditions have caused llfiht rain In the
north I'aclfle states nnd snow In the Uo«ky
mountain region. Over the southern lmlf of tbe
Pacific slope fair weather prevails.". The tem
perature has rtecn along: tbp cf^jst and fallen
over the Itocky mountain region. ( The humidity
at Red Bluff was 49 per cent and at Fresno 72
per cent. Conditions are favorable for fair and
wanner -.weather In this ' district Monday, . with
liKht north wind.'
Forecast made at Sun Francisco for tbe 30
hours pndlnir at miduljrht April 4, 1910:
San Francisco and Ticlnity-r-Fnlr. warmer Mon
day; light north wind.
Santa Clam . valley— Fair, warmer Monday:
llstht north wind.
Sacramento valley — Fair, warmer Monday;
light north wind. . ,-*
San Joaqnln valley — Fair, warmer Monday;
light north wind.
Southern California — Fair Monday; lleht south
west wind. G. H. WIIXSON.
Local Forecaster.
General. Prediction for Country
WASHINGTON. April 3. — Rains will be gen
eral throughout the United States during the
pregeut week. During the first half of the week,
according to the prediction of the weather bu
reau, an extensive barometric, depression will
cross the central vallcyfe, the lake. region and the
Atlantic seaboard, attended by rains. The rain
area will be followed by a sharp fall In tem
perature, which will carry the frost line . to or
somewhat below the fortieth parallel. Another,
disturbance which- promise*, to be, attended by
(funeral rains -will -appear on the Pacific \u25a0• ooast
about Tuesday and advance over the .. plains
states", central valley states, lake rpgton and At
lantic stntes during the latter part of the week.
-"' Dally Hirer Dulletln
SACRAMENTO, April 3.— Observations taken
at 7 'a. m.. ' : ,-- -
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STATIONS r^" if?S
Sacramento watershed- —
Krnnott. Sacramento river. 25.0 3.8- -0.2
Bed Bluff. Sacramento riv. 23.0 6.9 -0.1
Monroevlllp. Sacramento H. 22.0 5.4 —0.1
Colusa. Sacramento river.. 29:0 15.2 0.5
! Knights Landing, Sac. river. 18.0 14.0 -0.2
I Oroville. Feather river..... 25.0 6.74-4-0.1
M»rysvllle, " Yubft rlvor 30.0 11.1-j- +0.3
Folsom. American river... . .... 7.8— —0.1
Sacramento. Sacramento rlv. 29.0 21.8+4-0.1
Rio Vista, Sseraroento river 13.0 6.5- 0.3 :
San Joaqnln watershed — .
Flrehangli, San Joailuln river 12.0 ..... . . —
Merced Falls, -'Merced river .... 1.3+ +0.1!
Jacksonville. Tnolumne river 20.0 5. «+....
Melones. Stanislaus river 4.7+ +0.7
Jenny Llnd. Calaveras river 10.0 .... . ...'
Eleetra, Mokclunine . river. 12.0 '....' ....
Lathrop, San Joaqnln river. 13.6 12.1—"....
+Indicates a rising river. — Indicates a fall
ing river. . ~ -"""
RIVKR FORECAST
There will be little chango in the rivers dur
ine the next two days./
THOMAS A. BLAIR,
Official* temporarily in charge.
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'\u25a0:.;• CHICAGO BOAKD i OF =TBADE
THE STOCK AKD BONITEXCHANGE, BAN
' Main Of floa : C, '• JBraaeh Of fleas '
MILLS 2 BLDG., S. - T. ;: PALACE HOTEL
Corretpendants ' • :;\u25a0 (Main- Corridor) »;i;
HARRIS >WINTHBOP>*-Ban-iFrancU«o >
; HOTEL ALEXANDRIA;
25 Pine Bt.r:New,Tort.^_*^Los Anreles. ' \u25a0'
3 Rookery. -Chicago. HOTEL^ DEL : CORO-
1711 ; Stout 3 street, -* ' ': J?NADO, - ,\u25a0?- :r
'\u25a0\u25a0' Denyer, Colo. 'c~v - Coronado Beach.
NATIVE SONS HONOR
HUMBOLDT PIONEER
Jacob Nelson, Who Came to Cal*
ifornia in 1847, Is Given
; Public Funeral V
' ' - '. ' ' \u25a0 \u25a0v-.v.-.",;. ,- :
[Special Dispatch to The . Call} \u25a0\u25a0
EUREKA, April 3.— Jacob Nelson, be
lieved to have been the oldest
of any living California pioneer, was
buried hWe today with Impressive cere
monies by the' Native Sons,. Daughters
and Pioneers of Humboldt county.
Nelson was 91 years of age March
17 and \had resided in California since
July, 1847;^ when ,tic arrived at Mon
terey on the man of war sloop War
ren, Captain Stanley.
Nelson had been In straitened circum
stances. for : three years prior to his
deathand was carried for by the Native
Sons, -who revered and respected him as
a : sturdy pioneer who had played an
Important part in the opening of the
west.'
The remains were placed in a public
vault temporarily,, it being the inten
tion of the Native Sons and Daughters
to erect an' appropriate mausoleum to
the memory of the pioneer.
SPEEDING AUTO HITS
TROLLEY CAR; TWO HURT
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 3.—Run
ning at a speed of*4o miles an hour, an
automobile,; ln which Nil Cooney, man
PACIFIC OCEAX TRAVBI.
jg*m. Steamers leave from Broad-
>WjS-*s^^ way Wharves (Piers 9
ftyWjHP*!^ vtt Low rates. Including berth
I J VSSSoS 11 and nieals -
I \ Xf&ahL,} SpeciHl Hound Trip Rates.
YAji ~\^Sf ''OS AAGELES
VQ^rtfJK^ iiA.V DIEGO
- «SAXTA BARBARA
President or Governor.. Alternate Mondays, 4 pm.
•Santa Rosa.... ..Every Thursday, 1 11 am.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE < DIRECT ), TOWJVSBXD
TACOMA, VICTORIA. VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska,
\u25a0Skagway, Dawson, Fairbanks. .
President or Governor.. Alternate Saturdays, 2 pm.
City of Puebla, -Umatilla or Queen. .......
....Alternate Tuesdays, 2 pm.
"y EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
City of Topeka.... April 7, 12. 17. 22, 27, 10 am.
EXCURSION .MEXICO ASD RETURN'
GUA Y.MAS, MAZATLAN, LA PAZ
EXSENADA, SAX JOSE DEL CABO,
SAN PEDRO
Senator, April 20, $73. inc. berth and meals,
Xome, St. Michael. . ...Umatilla. June 3
LEAVE SEATTLE
Nome, St. 311chae1. ... ..Senator, June 5
ALASKA CRUISES, 1910
Spokane. .June 14, 28; July 12, 26: Aug. 9, 10 pm.
Queen................ ....July 12. 26, 8 pm.
Right 'reserved to change this schedule,, '
TICKET OFFICES— (PaIace Hotel) 653 Market
St., 3 Market st. and Broadway Wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5680.
C. D. DOXAXN, General Passenger Agent.
OgP STEUHSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
NEW YORK -TO PACIFIC . COAST PORTS
AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, sailing from New
York every alz . days, making direct connection
with steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Mexico, every sir days for San " Francisco. -
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW .YORK.
Also to Mexican and all principal European ports
nnder through \u25a0 rate F and through bills of lading.
Sailings from San Francisco every 12 days.
LOCAL SERVICE FROM SAN FRANCISCO
TO HAWAIIAN ISLAND PORTS, direct every
28 days, and via Puget sound every 12 days.
For rates and fnrther particulars apply to
DEARBORN &. LAPHAM. General Agents. 8
Bridge Ft., New York; WILLIAMS. DIMOND &
CO., General Agents, Pacific Coast. *
310 Sansome st. ,- San • Francisco.
SEATTLE -lACO MA
- Belllngham, Anacortes, BTerett, Port Town-
send, Victoria, Vancouver and all Alaska
Ports. -
S. S.. BUCKMAN April 6
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON... April 12
S.S. WATSON April IS
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON.. ?...... April G
S. S. WATSON. .April 12
S. S. 8UCKMAN. ..;. ........ . . . . ..April 18
Alaska Pacific Steamship Co.
TICKET OFFICES:
General Office. Howard Street Wharf No. 3.
54 Market street. . 643 Market street.
6SO Market st.. Chronicle hldg.
Sailings j from Howard : Street Wharf No. 3.
TOYO KISEN KAESHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. S." "Nippon * Maru".. ...Tuesday, Apr. 6, 1910
S. S. VChiyo Maru"....... Tuesday, May 3, 1910
S. S. "Tenyo Maru".. ....Tuesday, May 31, 1910
' Steamers sail from company's piers, Nos. 42,
44, near; foot of Second st., at 1 p. m.. for Yoko-
hama and, Hongkong, calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(HiogA) and Nagasaki and Shanghai,, and con-:
nectlng at Hongkong with steamers for Manila,
India, etc. No cargo recelTed on board on day)
of sailing: . Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, 240
James Flood building. . W. H.'AVBRY,
' . ..Assistant 'General Manager. .
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND— S.S.
ilariposa sails 11 *.- m., Apr. 15. Special
round < trip, Tahiti,' 5125 first s class.
HHU'ill 111 II «• S. Sierra sails at 11 a.m.'
nUnULuLU A P rU 10 - 191 °- sp«i«i
. iv Vf^Tr round trip, $110 first class. .
OCEANIC 8. S. C 0.. :673 Mkt.: T. Kmy 1231
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
All Modern Safety Devices ("VVlreles«.,«&c)
LONDON— PAHrS-HAMBURG
tKals'n A." Vie. ..... 1 1 Amerika . ... . . .Apr. i 30
.-."..;. Apr. _ 10,1 2 noon *Pres. Grant. .;: .May 4
Bluecher..';'.".. ; Apr. .21 sPennsylvania.'..May .31
\u2666Pres.^bincoln.'.Apr.'. 23 1 Graf Waldersce, May: 18
•Cincinnati. 'XTi\ Apr. .28 :_•.'_; \u25a0.;;.• \u25a0 ;
tUnexcelled Ritz-Carlton aria Carte Restaurant.'
;'\u25a0 .{Hamburg dlrecf. , i *New. ; ;
wri-«» A "m rV Sl V/''Xi'IA"GIBRALTAR,-rrALjY^^V /' 'Xi'IA "GIBRALTAR,-
rrALjY^^ ; napless r. :
* J *..<*V* \u25a0— • * ' i AND; GENOA
S.S. M0LTK8..... . .'. .April 10, 2 P. 51.
S. S. BAT A VI A ( Naples 0n1y) ; . . . . May 5
S.S. HAM8URG. .... ...... 1 ...\. May I*o
;: Travelers' " Check* ; lanued •*:
V Tourist Dept. : for -Trips ; Every where. \u25a0 i
SUMMERAVOYAGES
WONDERLANDS OF- THE NORTH.BY STJPEHB
CRUISING STEAMERS FROM HAMBURG DUR-
ING JUNE, JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER/
. • "~- t ;. ] Send for > Booklet.
V '\u25a0"> HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE "•'
100 Powell St. ... \u25a0'= Phone ? Kearny 2946
Compagoie Generale Transatlantique
T ' . y DIRECT LINK' TO X HAVRE-PARIS, i -
" Sailings \u25a0- every, ; Thursday,*; Instead of . Satur-
day, » at *10;\u25a0 a. \ m.", < from ;. pier * 42, - North r river,
foot : of ) Morton : street. S -\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0".:
•1, First ' class Ito Harre, 1 ; $77. 50 and npward ; I sec-
ond class: to Havre.* $50 and. npward. GENERAL
AGENCYi for IUNITED ; STATES \u25a0 and CANADA,
19 estate New^York. J.. F.f.FUGAZI,
Manager i Paelflc Coast,: 630 ' Montgomery \u25a0 street.
San :.r Francisco, j"; Tickets , sold ?b/ % all railroad
ticket axentt... . N \u25a0 -;-
AUCTIONSALES
.^ffvrfc xfrarv.
A large consignment •of . Horses and „ Mares,
Wapons, Buegies and Harness will be sold on \u25a0
MONDAY. April 4. and THURSDAY. April 7. |
Sale at 11 a. m.. 205 and 20;* Valencia st. Ont- 1
tide stock sold on commission. Phone Park 2723. :
AT PUBLIC AUCTION sto
-S8 - head of large horses and mares. • Also 15
head of all purpose horses and wagons. WED-
NESDAY, April 6. 11 a. m. 56« 4th st.. Oak-
land. >.- J. W. MEDEIRO3, AucUoneer.
ager of the Grays Harbor commercial
company of Cosmopolis, was riding,
dashed into an electric 4 car this after
noon.
The automobile -was smashed, win
dows In the car broken and the steps
torn off. Two passengers in the car
were seriously' cut t by the glass and
Cooney narrowly escaped death.
Cooney and Jay Weatherwax were
thrown out.
RAILWAY TRAVEL
Xm k \i H 9g 3 Ljb obi CS ca.^9 & wfca m. ItljSSh >*7 *• «n wwSBl S3 mv 61 Gait
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM APRIL I. 1913
VIA OAKL.ANO PIER \u25a0" _"
Lwtb (Foot of Marsrt Street) Arrire
2.154 Niles, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton, Lodi, Sacrameato IO.38»
6.40 a Hayward. N'lles, San Jo*. 7.08*
7.00* Richmond, Port Costs, Desiria, Suisun,
Dixon. Sacramento, RoseTille, Maryt-
rille. Redding. Dunamuir 7.28p
7.00* Hmirs. Vacate. Rumsey. 7^Bp
7Mk Daris, Woodland (iUrjsville, Oro-
' TMe), Wjlliami, Maxwell, Waioirg,
Hamilton, Corninz, Red Huff. ...... 7.28?
|7.00 a N> wark, San Jose. Los Gatoß, Wright. 6.48?
7.00* Friton (Boulder Creek), Santa Crui. . . 9.58»
7.40* Vallcjo, Napa, Calistcgs, caaU Rosa.
Martinez. San Ramon 6.03 a
740* Nile*. Pleasanton. LiTennore, Alta-
mont, lathrop, Stockton 7.28 a
7.40* Tracy, Los Banos. Herman, Fresno,
Hanford. Vfcalja...:.... 4.28p
8.20 a Port Costa, Marttnei, Byron, Tmry,
Stockton, Mereed, Fresao, Cofhftt
Junction (Hanfoni, Armoaa), Visalia,
Ppstetrillf , Bakersfirid 4.48»
8.20* Yowmita Valley tU Merced. 7.48»
9.00 a Kiles, Lirermore. Stockton (*Milwn),
Valley Sprin;:, lone, Sacramento 4.28?
9.00* Sonora, Tuolumne and Angrfs 4.28p
9.00* Atlantic ExprfM — Sacramento, True-
kce, Ogden. Palt Lake City, DeaTcr,
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.28p
9.40* Richmond, Port Costa, Martiaez.
B»y Point 6.48»
10.20 a VaUejo Jlare Hand, Napa I I.2S*
10.20* Los Angeles Passenger— Port Costa, •
Martinea. Byron, Tracy, Stockton,
Merced. Fresno, (Hanford, Coalinga,
Viralia.) likwsfield. his Angeles. . . . 7.48p
10.20* Mo jive, Olancha, Lone Pine, Mt
Whitney 7,*Bp
10.40* San Francisco Overland Limited^—
Denver, Kans&3 City, St. Loufe,
Omaha, Chicago. ~ 7^3p
M^O* Shasta Limited— Portland, Tacooa,
Seattle 9-lBp
12.00n GoliiSdd Pass.— Port Costa, Benicia.
• Sacramento. Trurkee, Haien, Mina,
Tonopah, Gold field. Lsto, Heeler. . . . 7.48 a
1 2.00n Marysville, Chico, Red Dluff 4.28p
I^Op Mes, Irrington, Fan Jore 248p
l.40» San Lean<lro, Nflej. Centerraie.f 9.08 a
Newark, San Jo«. I 7^Bp
1.40p Newark, San Jose, Ixw Gates, Wright, *
Felton (Boulder Crerk), Santa Cm*. . 9.58p
2.40p San I.omdw, Niles, San Jose. 9.28 a
3.00p Benicia, Winters, Sacramento — Wood-
land, Marysrille, Oroville — Yolo,
Arbuckle, Williams, Willows 10.48 a
3.00p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helena,
Calistoga f 1 0 J7a
3.20p Port Costa (Stockton), Martinea,/ 12 08?
Byron, Modesto, McrceiL Fresno.. \ 10.38p
4.00p VaUejo, Napa. Caliitoga, Santa Roa.
Marlines, San Ramon, Dougherty,
Livermore 9.28 a
4.00p N3es (Centerrille), Tracy. Stockton ( -J0.28a
i Lodi \ lOJBp
4.40p San Leandro. Hayward. Niles, Pleaa-
an ton, Livermore, Tracy, Newman,
Kerman, Fresno 8.28 a
6.00p Richmoad, Pinole, Vallejo, Port
Costa, Benicia, Suison, Sacramento
• — Rosevflle, Marysrille, OroTiile 11.23 a
B.OOp Russell, San Jose. Los Gatoa. 9.28 a
5.20p San Leandro, Niles, San Jose. 7.46*
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angeles B.oBa
&40p Eastern Express— Ogden, Pueblo. Den-
.'-V- • : - ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicaeo. .
Port Costa, Benicia, Sacrameato,
Reno, Sparks 8 23p
6.40p Hayward, Niles and San Jow 6.48?
J7.00? Yallejo. Port Costa, Marlines, Bay
Point and Way Stations JIMS?
7.40p Richmond. Port Costa, Byron, Tracy. .
Lathrop. Stockton 12-48p
&20p Oregon Express — Da vis. (Sacramento),
Willows, Redd in? (Klamath Falls),
' Ashland. Portland. Tacoma, Seattle,
Spokane 9.28 a
9-OOp China and Japan Fast Mail — Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas City,
Omaha. Chicago.. 2.48p
9.00p Port Costa, Benicia, Sacramento. Col-
fas. Truckee, Reno. Sparks, OrJen.. 2.48 p
lI.OOp Yosemite Valley Sleeper tis Merced
toElPorUl a2Ba
lI.OOp Niles, Pleasanton. Livermore. Lathrop,
Modesto, Merced,' Fresno " 1 0.38 p
1 1.00? Fresno. Sdma, Gosben June, Hanford,
Armona. Lemoore, Coalinga 8.28*
1 1 .40p Portland Express — Sacramento, Marys-
." vflle. Red Bluff, Weed. Ashland, Rose-
burji. Portland. Tacoma. Seattle.* . . . 12.28p
METHERLAHD'S ROUTE— From Padflc Str«st Wharf
Collinsvilie, Emmaton. Rio Vista, Isieton. Ryde. Wal-
nut GroTe, Vorden, Courtland, Chrksbnrg, Sacramento.
Leave 8.00 a.m. Tue., Thurs., Sat. Steamer Nanjo;
arrive § 5.00 p. m.
. Leave 1.00 p.m. Daily, except Sunday, Steamer Hodoe
or Apache; arrive 11.30 p.m.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY— From San' Francisco.
Market Street Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from 6.C0
a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sundays-^-6.45. 8.15. 9.45. 11.13
a.m., 12.45. 2.15, 3.45. 5.15, 445, 8.15 and 9.45 pjn.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vla Alameda Plsr.
To Oakland and Alamed*— fS.lo, ft 4s a.m.. aad th»n
I 10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 p.m.: then
8.30, 9.15. 10.00, 10.45, 11.30 pan. and 12. Jo a.m.
To Alam«d* and Fruitvaio via Honothoo urn* as abovo.
* for Morning, p for Afternoon, t Puaday excepted.
t Sunday only. § Arms Hon., Wed., Fri.
Union Transfer Co. authorised to check Baggace
from rrsidence, ~ :
tasipL-^ Trains Leave
San Francisco
'-'^^ HJg| J-:- Market Street
Ferx7 Depot
, Leave For— |A.M-l PJI.
Bakersficld . .... . 7:15 8:00-10:00
Chicago ......... 7:15 8:00-10:00 .
Fresno ... .... . . . 7:15 4:00- 8:00-10:00
Grand Canyon.. . 7:15 8:10-10:00
Hanford .:....... 7:15 ....-10:00
Kansas City....;". 7:15 8. -00-10:00
Merced ...... : . . . 7:15 4:00- 8:00-10:00
•Stockton ... .t. . 7:15 4:00-8:00-10:00
Stockton, Oakdale
and Sierra Rail-
points..... 9:45 .......... -^
Tulare :......... 7:15 8:00-10:00.
Visalia ........... 7:15 8:00-10^)0 .
Yosemite . . . ..... 7:15 ...-
'Stockton lineal leaves 1:25 p. m. - '\u25a0
" California -Limited. I throngs to Chicago ' leaves
\u25a0t 10:00 p. m. Offices — 673 Market street aad
Market atreat Ferry Depot. Saa STancUco; 1113
Broadway. Oakland. . - \u25a0•-..;
OCEANSHORE RAILWAY
\ -T. 8. -Stratton, Receiver.
I Lv. S. F. dally— 9:ooa, *4:30 p. \ Ar. 3. F.
daily— f3:lsp. »8:23 a.' , » , «
•Arleta. tTunitas Glen; stage for Saa Grs-
gorio -.and ; Pescadero. .. j
BAY AND LVTERURBAX ;HOL"TES /"
NAVY YARD
~ Vajf e jo, Napa, St. '\u25a0] Helena
ST. } lI KLEN A-N APA VA L LEY ROUTE
\u25a0"\u25a0" \u25a0 Monticello S.S. : Co.' and Napa ': Valley \u25a0 Electric
R.R. Co. Closo connections. ... _> .
£.'**;:* c-^ROUxp :trips daily— 6
. . Boats leave": San - Francisco 17:00." »9:43 a.' in/*
12 :30 n00n,** 3:15, v 6:00. ;, *8:30 p.- m. . . '
San ~ Francisco landing >\u25a0 and office,' Clay street
wharf, •'north: end ferry • building. - Market street
ferry, v Meals a la carte. Phones Kearny 406 or
\u25a0C 4708.*--, '\u25a0.-<\u25a0\u25a0 -v^o- -.^f -,:--:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' ' -
\u25a0_ •Lands navy ; yard • direct. • .. • ; V>. ' I'".
WEEKLY CALL, $1 PER YEAR
AUCTIONSALES
200 -HORSES -200
Wednesday, April 6, 1910
By order of J. T. Long, we will «eU two hun-
dred head of broken and nnbrokea mares and
celdings of Norman and Shire utock. from th»
Rrockman and Van Loan ranches, Laasen county.
Cal. They will welsn from 1.200 to I.« 00
pounds, all yonne, heavy boned blorka. No bet-
ter horses raised on thi9 coast. Come and ac«
them.
Sale takes place at 11 a. m. WEDNESDAY.
April C. 1910. at J. B. HORAN'S Sales lard,
corner 10th and Bryant «t».. San Francisco.
W. H. HORD. Auctioneer.
"04 Market at.. San Francisco.
No outside horses taken.
VIA COAST LING
Lea,T> (Third and Townsead Street?) Arrrw
t5.25« Loop — ;Ji Street. Visitacion. South
San Francisco, Valencia Street I&3S*
|5.35* Loop — Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
-- r. 23d Street. 3rd aad Townsend t8.««
8.20* South fcan Francisco, San JouejCaroy",
£*\ (Hollister), Sargent, Pijaro, Watson-
>S ville. J-anta Craz. 7JC>
' 7.00* South Saa Francisco, Palo Alto. San
Jose. Wav Statior.s :.. 7.33 a
7.00* Mayfield. Los Alto*. Lns Gates t7.2Cp
8:0 C* Shors Line Limited— Paso Robles
Hot Springs, Santa Barbara, Los
Aagdes 93Dp
BJOSz The Coaster— Saa Jose, Pajaro (Wa6-
sonville, Santa Cr«). CastroTSl#,
(Del Monte, Monterey, PariSc Grore),
Salinw. Soiedad. Paso Robles Hot
Springs, Saa Luia Obispo^ Surf,
(Lofflpoc\ Santa. Barbara, \ eaters,
Oxnard. Los Angeles IMSp
8.20 a ila>-field, Los Altos, Loi Gates. Wright.
Glcnwootif Boulder Creek). Santo Cni.
Watsonville, Castroville, Dd Uonte,
Monterey. Pacific Grove BJSQf
9.OC* Baa Jote. Gilroy, Salinas. Paso Robles
Hot Springs, San Lnia Obispo— Tres
Pinos— Wataonvaie, Santa Cruz, Del
Monte. Monterey. Pacific GroTe 4XOp
10.40* South San' Francisco. Burlingame, San
Mateo. Palo Alto, Saa Jose 6 3Ca
i 0.40 a Los Altos. UonU Vista, Los Gatoa. . {
1 1 JO* Valencia Stre-t. Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, S.ia Bruno 1 .35p
1 1 .40* fonth San Fran ti3co. San Jose tB.2C*
2.00p Del Monte Express— San Jose. G2roy.
Sargent (Watsonville, Santa Crux),
s Del Montf. Monterey, Facias Grove.
(tSalinas) IZ3D)
2 Oop South San Francisco, Polo Alto, San
Jose B^4o*
t2osp Los Altos, Monta Vista. Lou Gates. . . t3£Q»
3.00? South San Francisco. San Mateo, San
Jose. Gilroy, Tres Pinos, Salinas. ... 10. 10*
3.00? Watsonville. Santa Crux. CastroTillc.
Dd .Monte. Monterer, Pacific Gror». IOXC*
3.40? Santa Clara, San Jose. Los Gatoa,
Wri?ht (Boulder Creek). Santa Cru*. IO.OC*
4,00? Sunset Express — Tucton. Deminz,
Q Paso, Hotiston, New Orier>.n%
Pa<o Robles Hot Sprinn, San Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara and Los Aageies 1 1 .40*
4.00? Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago II .40*
4.20p South San Francisco, San Jose f9.CC*
|5.00p Burliogame. San Mateo. Palo Alto,
San Jose and Way Stations 9.40*
t5.05p Loop-223d Street. Viaitaebn, Soath
San Francisco, Valencia- Street tB-'s>
t5.20p Redwood. Palo Alto. San Jo«e. I.IOf
t5.20? Los Altos. Mm to Vista, Los Gates... t320»
f5.25p Buriiogsme. San Mateo. San Jose. l3^of
t5.30p Loop^ — Valeacis Street, Ocean View,
-C Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend 16.40)
5.40p San Bruno, San Mateo. Redwood, Palo
Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose 7.40 a
13.40b Los Alton, Monta Vista. Los Gatos... 19.40 a
t6.00p MSlbrae, San Maten, Palo Alto, Mjy-
fi^ld. I^s Altos. Los Gato» t3XO»
t6.05p 23d Street, Visitacion. South San
Francisco, Valencia Street >\u25a0 - f7.13i
|8.25p Loop— Valencb Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street. Si and Townsend f7.4€#
6.30p South San Francisco, San Jose &40»
8.C0? Los Anzeles Pawenger—^Jilroy, Salinas,
Paso Robles Hot Springs. San Lais
Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Los Anceles 8.30»
1 1. <5? South Sao Francisco, Palo Alto.J 7.2Cp
San Jose. : ( 7.43pj
LOCAL FERRY TRAIMS— VT* Oakland Ptir.
To Oakland. Strkslsy. Birryman. East Oakland *nd
Fruitvals — Daily — From 6.00 a.m.. and svery twenty
minutes until 7.00 p.m. inclusive; then 7.40. 8.20,
9.00. 9.4% 10.20, 11.00. . 11.40 pjn.. 12.20 and
1.20 ajn.
To Sather *nd Mtlros* via SevsnQ) St— DtDy— From
6.00 ajn., and every twenty minutes until 7.C0 p.m.
indcsiTe, then 7.40. 8J20," 9.0 a 9.4 a 10.20. fi.a
and 11.40 p.m. *
To Stonahurtt— Daily Except Sunday— 6.oo. 7.00. 8.00.
9.00 a.m., 2.20. 3.00, 4.C0, 5.C0. 6.40 p.m. Sunday
only 9.00 10X0 .ajn.. LCO pjn. 2.00. 100. 4,00. SJXX
5.40 pjn.
T» Oakland Firrt St.. Frartvale, Al*m«da. «f* HertnhM
— Daiiy— From t&CO, 6.20 ajn. and every twenty
minutes until 8.20 ajn. inclusive; then 9.00, 9.20,
10X0. 10.20. 11.00. 11.20 ajTu. 12 nu 12.20, LOO. 1.20,
2.00. 2.20, 3.C0. 3.20, {3.40 pjn. and every twenty
minutes until 7 p.m. inclusive; 7.40. a2O. 9.C0, 9.40,
10.2 a 11.00 and 11.40 p.m.. 12.20 and 1.20 ajn.
Additional train to Oakkod First St., 2.15 ajo.
To Wtrt Berkeley— Daily Except Sunday— From B.CO
a.m. and every twenty minutes until 3.20 a jn. iacl'j-
sive; then 9.00 a.m. and every hour until 4 .CO pjn.
inclusive: then 4.20 p.m. and every twenty minutes
until 7.00 pjn. inclusive: then 7.40 pjn.. 8.10, 9.00,
9. 10, 10.30, 11.00, 11.40 p.m. and 12.20 ajs.
To Wert Btrkelsy— Sundays only— From 6.00 «,m
then 7.00, 8.00, 9.00 aja. inclusiTe; then 9.20 ajn. and
every twenty minutes until 3.40 pjn. inclusive; then
4XO pjn. and every twenty mmutcs until 7.00 pjn. in-
clusive; then 7.Wpjx, 8.20. 9.C0. 9.10, 1020. II.M.
11.40 p.m. snd 12.20 a,m.
To Corbin — Daily Except Sunday — From 6.C0 sun. aad
every 20 minutes until 8.20 a.m™ then 9.00, 10.00
a.m.. 12.00 m.. 1.00. 2.C0. 3.C0. tCO. 120, 140, 5.00,
5.20. 5.40 and 6.00 pjn.
To Corbin — Sundays only — Prom 6.00 ajnu then 7.00,
8.00. 9.00 ajn. inclusive: then 9.20 a.m. and every
twenty minutes until 3.49 pjn. inclusive; then 100
pjn. and every twenty minutes until 6.00 pjn.
/(^«%, Schedule Effective
\XSM November 15, 1909
XQ[|j|>' IJXloiv FERRY DEPOT
Saa Francisco
Leare TU SAUSALITO ArrtTg
T :40a ! Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Eealds-
I burg. Cloverdale. Uiiaa. WUUta.
Sherwood. Sebastopol, *Gnerne-
TiUe. »Mt. Rio. 'Duncan Mills.. 6:17b
8:20 a »Pt. Reyes. »Mt. Rio. *Cazadero t«:57»
8:20 a **Sonoma, •\u2666Glen E11en...... ts:37p>
t9:ooa Petaluma, Santa Rosa. CloTerdal*. ;7:3T«.
11:00 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa 4:17 p.
3:00p Petaluma. Santa Rosa, Healdsburg,
ClOTerdale, Uiiab, Gaerne-rllle.
Mt. Rio, Duncso MIIU, Sebas-
topol ....: 10:37 a
t4:oop Pt. Reyes. Occidental
4 :40p Sonoma. Glen Ellen 9:17 a
5 :20p Petaluma. Santa Rosa 8:S"»
ELECTRIC STJTBTJRBAir VIA aAUSALITO
Siusalito, Mill Valley. Saa Rafael—Dally
every -40 minutes from 7:00 a. m. until 9;(<»
a. m.; then hourly until 4:00 p. m.j then eTety 4o
minutes until B:4O p. m.; thea 8:00 and 10:00
p. m. and 12:01 a..m.
Fairfax— LeaTe San Francisco f7:00. 7:40. 8:30.
9:CO, 10:00, ll:0O a. m.. tl2:00 noon. tl:OU
2:00. 4:CO. 4:4 Q. 5:20 and 6:0O p. tn.
San Quentin via Saa Rafael — t-eare 9:00 a. m.
and 2:00 p. m. «*43MgMHBM
Tiburon and Belvedere — |7:0O, 17:40. 10:13
a. m. (|I2:OU noon, except Saturday). 112-30,
$4:00. |3:20. 7:15 p. m. Sundays. 17:00. J7:U>.
10:15 a. m., 12:30, |4:00» §5:20, 7;15 p. m..
112:01 a. m.
• •Sundar arriTft 7:37 p. m. ••Sandar arriTa
6:57 p. m. tExeept Sunday. JSundaj ouiy.
ISatordays oaly. IVIa * Sausallto.
Pacific Transfer Company's agents ar» author*
ized to check baggage direct from residence.
tMUIR WOODS
MT. TAMALPAIS
VIA SAUSAUTO FERRY
FOOT OP MARKET STRUT •
tESAL KOtCAYS-SUHDATTOH -
* tiJafraciwi , > UHHrWwfc , UTralnfr
Wttki>7 Suadxr W«eMayl Saaiay W>cMay| Smaitr
10:00 a 9:00 a t7:35* ! 12:03* 7:35*jT10:48»
-2:00? 10;00a 1:50»? 2:00? ]:45»r 11:52*
*4:40» 11:00 a @2:55»- 3:03» 1:«P
...... 1:00? 4:30p 4:26» *3:tsp 2j52>
...... 2:00» ...... 5:10? ...... fM*
*Sat.only. tMon. only. GTamalpaJs only.
Ticket Offices— Sausalito Ferry and Si 4 Market
General Office— M3l Valley. California.
" TAVEfIN OF TAMALPAIS " and M MUUt BUI*
an ahrcrs jbm hr mots ;._
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