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UMATILLA TAKES
CROWD TO NOME
Steamer Which Sails This Week
Will Be Among First of
Gold Fleet
Montara Will Also Leave Here
Few Days Later With Cargo
for St.' Michaels
NE of the first
steamers to reach
Nome this season
v.-ilf be the Pacific
Coast steamship
company's Umatil
la. Captain Thomas
Rellly. which will
sail from this port
at 4 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon. Cap
tain Reilly knows
all about the ice
and other obstacles
likely to be en
countered on the
first trip of the
Beaten to the
northern gold port,
and is usually
among the first to
Set his ship there. In addition to his
other titles, one of them conferred upon
him by the czar of Russia for his serv
ices as a blockade runner, Captain
\u25a0-Iveilly is known as the uncrowned king
of Nome, where lie holds court, twice
at least, every year.
Wireless telegraphy will rob the first
trip this reason of much of the old
time danger. All of the passenger ship 6
engaged this year In the Nome trade
will be equipped with wireless, and
each will be prepared to start at a mo
ment's notice to the assistance of any
other vessel that turns loose a wire
less call tor assistance. "
Th£ U mat ilia, will go direct to Nome.
Much of tiie cargo is for the Northern
commercial company, whose employes
constitute 125 of tne Umatilla's pas
sengers. Among these employes are
masters, mates, pilots and engineers for
the company's river steamers and the
clerical force for the store at St.
[Michael.
Tie freighter Montara will sail Sat
urday for St. Michael with 2,600 tons of
cargo for the northern goldtields. Most
of itoe ilontara's cargo will consist
of heavy pieces including two dredgers
lor use on the Solomon river. The Mon
tara's. carjjo will include 1,000 cases of
\u25a0oil arid 120 tons of oil in barrels.
Hard I.uck for Halibut Fleet
SEATTLE, Wash., May 30. — The hali
but fleet off Cape Flattery last week
lost $#0,000 worth of cables, anchors,
buoys and tackle during violent storms,
according to vessels that arrived here
today. The power schooner Pilot was
run into off Dungeness by the steamer
Albion and was barely able to reach
shore. Ole Stock and Hans Olsen of
the schooner Lester caught a large
s^iark in a trawl. The shark, rising to
the surface, struck the schooner dory
with its tail and- tore off the starboard
s=ide and.then raced away with the men
*iinging to the wreck of the boat. They
escaped death through the parting of
the tackle.
Wllbelinina la Due Today
The Matson navigation company's
steamer \Vilh*»lmina is due today from
Honolulu and, according to wireless
tressages received yesterday, will ar
rive about 9 o'clock a. m. The Wil
helmina has 11* passengers and & large
cargo of island products. The Wil
helmina was 555 miles away from this
port at * o'clock Sunday night.
Tenyo Marti to Sail Today
The Japanese liner Tenyo Maru, Cap
tain Bent, will sail today for the far
fast. The liner will carry a fairly
pood cargo and about 60 cabin pas
sengers, as well as about 100 Asiatics
in the steerage. Among the passen
gers on the Tenyo will be Dr.- A. R.
Ward, formerly head of the state
hygienic library at Berkeley and pro
fessor of bacteriology and veterinary
science. Doctor Ward is going to the
Philippines in the government service.
He will have under him about 40 vet
terinarians, who, under his direction
will wage a campaign against the
tlnderpest and surra, two diseases that
are playing havoc with the cattle of
the archipelago.
Water Front Xotes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 2,815.000 feet.
It was a general holiday yesterday
along the water front, no work other
than that actually necessary being
done at any of the wharves.
The Japanese liner Chiyo Maru, which
left h*re May 3. arrived yesterday at
Hongkong.
The American ship Edward Sewall
sailed Sunday from Honolulu for New
York.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Missourian, Captain Lyons, sailed yes
terday for Honolulu via Seattle.
The liner Mongolia, which sailed May
~4 for the orient, arrived yesterday at
.Honolulu.
<'hoyenn<» to Sail
SEATTLE, May 30.— Advices were
received here yesterday that the moni
tor Cheyenne will sail from Mare island
for Seattle next week. The Cheyenne
will be placed at the disposal of the
newly organized Seattle division of the
naval militia. Word also was received
here yesterday that the California
naval militia will visit Puget sound In
July while on the regular summer
cruise with the cruiser Marblehead.
Coming; for Ammunition
SEATTLE. May 30.— The gunboat
Wheeling sailed for Mare island today
to take on ammunition. Accompanied
l>y the gunboat Petrel the Wheeling
will return to the Puget sound navy
yard for coal and both. will then sail
for the coaling station at Dutch Har
«>or. Alaska, which is on the great
circle route to Japan, the gunboats
being under orders to the Atlantic
coast via the Suez canal. It is said
or. the Wheeling that the two gun
boats may receive orders to Join the
Bering sea fur eeal patroL
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dhpatch to The Call]
EUREKA, May SO.— Tbe Holmes Eureka lum-?
ber company's pteamer Katnerine crossed In at
11:40 oVJock this moraine from San Francisco. :
It is losdiug a cargo of tidewater lumber for thriM
roiv.rn trl|» at Bucksport.
Su-aia Kchoonnr J. J. Toffie of the McKay Inm- \u25a0
bc-r company arrirpd from San Francisco shortly
tftfr noon today. After discharging several new
<?»rs for the Ilumboldt transit company at the
<'il dock It discharged general freight at First
sfjf-ct. It is now loading a lumber' carjro for the
jintropolis et tbe Occidental mill.
AuuTicsn schooner 11. C. WrlgUt arrived from
Fan Francisco at 2 o'clock this afternoon ,and
w»s towed to the Arcata wharf by the tug
Kauprr. where It will load redwood lumber for
Mexican ports. The Wright is under charter to
the Charles Kelson company. - ' -oj
BrUUh tramp eteamer Strathspay was towed
into port this afternoon by the tug Banger, ar
riving from San Francisco to load a partial car.ro
at redwood lumber for Australian ports. It will
load oa this bey at Arcata \rharf. and tbe latter
part cf tain vwk Jt will bo to Puget sound to
finish. It is under charter to tbe American trad-
Ing company.
Messrs. Irwln, Wagner, Summerland and Arm- :
strons of the state railroad commission, wtio held ;
a session at the parlors of the Hotel. Vance Sat
urday forenoon, departed this morning tverland
soutli botiud to their respective home*. • .
J. S. Morrow. Pacific coast manager of Llbby,
McNeil & Übby's bnsines*. arrived yesterday on
the steamer F. A. Kiltmrn. Morrow left for Lo
leta to visit tbe condensing plant of the com
pany there.
Dc Paul M. Burn* and Earl Rlley of the lum
ber manufacturing firm of McKay & Co. of this
dry arrived with their families yesterday after
noon from San Francisco In their touring card.
Tbe party trill spend. tbe Bummer at the Burns
w > immer home on Ryan slough. - <
PORTLAND, May 30.— Laden with 2.500 tons
of- cement, the «:eamer Stanley Dollar arrived
today 1 from Ban Francisco.
Carrying passenger* and .freight, tbe steamer
»"«\u25a0 City, Captain Mason, arrived at Alnsworth
dock this afternoon from San Francisco
The steamer Sue H. Elmore. Captain Schrader.
will -probably not . sail for Tillamook until
Wednesday nitfxt. as «b» was detained la her
last torn trip by betes bar bound.
Th» Britfrb cteamer Btratbfiy Cais&ea. Isafliaf
First Trip of Season Into the Frozen North
at Knappton this afternoon and will come up to
St. Hr-lens to finish her cargo.
Carrying passengers and freight, the steam
schooner Kiamath. Captain Jahnsen, arrived to
night from San Francisco.
Three steamers, the Aztec, J. L. Lackenbach
and Lara, are available for the New York-
Portland line, and two other craft are being
negotiated for. according to A. S. Cbesebrough
of the San Francisco firm of Bates & Chese
brough, who reached the city today to com
plete arrangements for tbe sailing of the Aztec,
which is to reach here October 1. Cbesebrough
does not deny that his corporation is prepared
to battle with. the American-Hawaiian steamship
company in tbe matter of rates and in all
probability there will be considerable cuttinz of
tariffs.
POETLAITD, Ore., May SO.— Arrived— Steamers
Rose City, from San Francisco; Stanley Dollar,
from San Francisco; Kiamath. from San Fran
cisco; Sue H. Elmore, from Tillamook.
Sailed — Steamers Claremont, for Greys Harbor;
Rosecrans, for San Francisco.
ASTORIA, May 80.— Schooner Daley Mitchell
errived today from San FrancUco and left up the
river to load lumber to return.
Oil tanker Rosecrans sailed today in ballast
for San Francisco.
Steamer Stanley Dollar arrived today fri>:u S;:u
Francisco cud left up the river to load UijulktJ
Steam schooner Klannuh arrived this morulng
from San Francisco to load lumber.
Steamer Kose City arrived today from , San.
Francisco with freight and passengers.
Steam schoon<*r Tamalpais arrived this after
noon from San Francisco with some freight, and
will load lumber for return. *
The first log raft to leave the Columbia river
this veer trae taken out this afternoon In tow of
the steamer George tV\ Fenwick for San Pedro,
and contains 0,500.000 feet. The Fenwick has
about 2.000.000 feet of lumber for San Francisco..
When the stoamer Ross City arrived this morn
log it had 241 passengers aboard and 134 tons ot
freight, the latter being .'<» Astoria.
ABERDEEN, May 30. — Schooner William Ren
ton, wlilch has been lying at Llndstrom's ship
yard for nearly three years, has been chartered
for lumber to San Pedro. The Renton has been
placed oa the marine railway for a general over
hauling, which it needs, preparatory to the
voyage.
Saturday and Sunday and today all the steam
ers and soiling vessels anchored In the lower
bar awaiting a favorable opportunity to cross
the bar got away with the exception of the bark
Glenmark. which is expected to get out late
this afternoon or tomorrow morning.
The departures from the lower harbor include
the steamers Norwood, Hoquiam, Capistrano,
Doris. Tahoe, schooners Wawona and Robert
Searles and steamer Helene.
Arrivals are the steamers Santa Barbara, New
burg and Daisy Freeman.
LOS ANGELES. May 30. — Arrived — Steamers
George W. Elder, from Portland; Brooklyn, from
Delmar Landing; Bowdoin, from Portland;
schooner J. M. Weatherwax, from Coos Bay.
Sailed — Steamers Hanalei, for San Francisco;
Arctic, for Hardy Creek.
SEATTLE, May SO.— Arrived— Steamer Pres
ident San Francisco; German steamer Slsak,
Hamburg; steamer Col. E. L. Drake, San Fran
cisco. » •
Departed — Steamer Huniboldt, Skagway.
TACOMA, May SO.— Departed— British steam
er Epson, Belliugham.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
From | Steamer | Date
Humboldt iNorth Fork May 31
Portland & Astoria. ...} Nome City May 31 ,
Graj-s Harbor jCoronado May 31
Sal. Cruz tU S. Diego. Isthmian May 31
Honolulu Wilhelmina May 31
San Pedro Ilanalei ........ June 1
Grays Harbor Norwood June 1
San Tedro & Way Ports Coos Bay June 1
Santa Barbara Vanguard June 1
Seattle & Tacoma Tallac June 2
San Pedro Carlos June 2
San Pedro G. W. Elder... June 2
Point Arena & Albion . . Porno • • June 2
Pupet Sound Ports City of Puebla. June 8
Portland & Astoria Roanoke June 3
San Diego & Way PortsiGovernor June 8
New York via Ancou..City Sydney. ... June 4
Seattle & Tacoma Watson June 4
Honolulu -. .. Xevadau June 4
Grays Harbor .Santa Barbara. . June 4
Los Angeles Ports jAd. Sampson. .. June 4
Coos Bay M. F. Plant June 5
Mendoclno & Ft. Arena Sea Foam jJune 5
TO SAIL
Destination | Steamer I Sails |Pler
May 31— j j
Loe Angt-les Ports Nome City.. 1 pm 27
Coos Bay M. F. Plant 3pm 8
Humboldt F. Kilburn. . 10 am 13
Astoria & Portland. ...' Yosemite 5 pm 27
Japan 6c China Tenyo Maru. 1 pm 42
Pugef Sound Ports.... Queen 2pm »
Astoria & Portland.... J. B. Stetson 2 pm 19
Los Angeles Ports Coronado ... 1 pm 21 -
June 1 —
Astoria & Portland.... Quinault ... 5 pm 27
Humboldt '. Vanguard . . spm 19
Humboldt City Topeka 10 am 11
Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam;. 4pm '4
Los Angeles Ports Norwood ... 2 pm
Hawaiian Verts Hyades 12 m 38
Honolulu & Kahului... Lurllne 12 m 38
June 2—2 —
Astoria & Portland Casco 5 pm 27
liamburg & Wsy Ports Sais 12 m 19
Nome & St. Michael.. Urea tills I. 9
Portland & Way Ports G. W. Elder 1 pm 13
Coos Bay & Grays Har. Carlos^ < ....
Hamboldt North Fork.. 12 m 38
San Diejo & Way Ports Santa Rosa. 11 am 9
June 3—3 —
Seattle &, Tacoma Hornet spm 38
San Pedro & Way Porte Coos Bay. . . 4 pm 11
Los Angeles Ports Hanalel .... 3 pm 10
June 4—4 —
Nome & St. Michael.. Montara
New York via Ancon.. San Juan... 12 m 40
Hllo Enterprise ..12 m 38
Puget Sound Ports. Governor ... 2pm 9
L Astoria & Portland Bear 11 am 40
Loa Angeles Ports..... Roanoke ... 6pm 13
Lor Angeles Ports S. Barbara.. 1 pm 51
Astoria & Portland.... Northland .. 5 pml 19
June 6—6 —
Point Arena & Albion. Sea Foam... 6pm 4/
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
j Destination | Steamer | Date
Nome & St. Michael.. St. "Helens {June 1
Valdcz 8c Seward Northwestern .. June 1
Skapway & Way Ports. Cottage City.... June 2
Nome & St. Michael... Victoria June 2
Chena & Fairbanks. .. Olympla ........ June 3
Nome & St. Michael. . . Edith June 3
VuMcz &. Seward Alameda June 4
Nome & St. Michael ... Senator Jane 5
Bethel & Way Ports.. A. G. Lindsay. June C
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic I surrey — Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes.
~- TUESDAY, MAY 81 * ~ ~
Sun rises .........: 4:48
Sna sets : ....1. ...7:27
Moon rises: 12:42 a. in.
Last quarter moon May 31, at 2:15 p. m.
New moon June 7, at 5 :07 a. m.
ITlmel Timel Time Time] "
My f 1 Ft J Ft Ft ] Ft
1H W| L Wl H W L Wl
31.. 1 S:021 4.4)10:57] 0.5 6:18 6.1 11:55 STI
Jim] { i \u25a0
1.. 5:32 4.1)11:51 0.8 6:51 5.3
LW HW LW HW
2.. O:ST 2.1 7:00 4.212:45 1.3 7:26 5.5
3.. 1:46 I.S 8:05 4.4 1:36 1.7 6:02 6.9
U. S. Branch Hydrographic Office
A branch of the United States hydrographic
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, Is
maintained In San Francisco for tbe benefit of
mariners,, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially .invited to
Tlslt the office, where complete sets -of charts
and sailing directions of tbe world are kept at
hand 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. t.; McMillan,
Nantlcal Expert. In charge. -
HYDKOGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE | Ft. | Date/ | Remarks
Grays Harl 18 'Jan. 13] Inner bar buoy sub-
ft 1 merged.
Wlllapa 81.27 |Feb. BiWhlstling buoy 1 mils
" j I | north ot bar. \u25a0 ' .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
Colum. R.I 25tt|May I\..
Nehalm RJ 8 jFeb. Sjßar buoy 200 yards N.
I i i channel.
TUlmk B. 9 IDec. 17jChannel shifted 1 mile
1 1 I south. In. gale Nov. 2S.
• , Nnn bnoy _•\u25a0 No. 0 and
Vaquioa; B 14 Feb. 12 can buoy No. 3 gone
.-' - j adrift. .-\u25a0- •..\u25a0 -
SlpiUw R| s%|Frt>. SlChannel going north.
UmpQna B 13% Feb. 4 Channel tn good condi- 1
• |__ I tlon. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0.- ,
' j 12 feet at low . tide to
Coos Bay. 18 Feb. 17 North Bend; 12 feet
"'.-. at low tide to Marsh
\u25a0 \u25a0:' :\u25a0\u25a0 field. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•-\u25a0-\u25a0
Coqullle R\ 9 JJan. 7 Channel straight; good
y^ y (- ( j condiaon.-
Rogoe R1v1... ..>........ I
Klamth HI 7 JJan. 7iChannel straight,, east
\u25a0•* . I . l- r I and -west. • . -
Hmbldt : B 19 IMar.* 1 JNorth channel unsafe
I - I to navigation.
S Pdero B 20 | Feb. 26 No cbange^ln. channel.
g Diego 3| 25 (Dec.. 9 1 No change tla channel. ;
S Pablo Bt 24 |Deo. llDepth In dredged \u25a0 cban
\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0-.'\u25a0»- -I- . - 1 seL \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0: \u25a0• \u25a0-\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0* \u25a0 :~
THE SAX ERANCISCO GALL, TUESDAY, MAY .31, ,1910^
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
L Weather Bureau, San Francisco? May 30, 1910.
\u25a0 RAINFALL DATA
.*~ -y . Last Seasonal Normal
Stations — '24 hours, to date, to date.
Eureka 0.00 30.86 44.92.
Hed Bluff .0.00 17.20 24.54
Sacramento \u25a0. 0.00 12.17 19.03
Mount Tamalpais 0.00 ' 2<i.2.'l \u2666 22.61
San Francisco. ....... 0.00 10.50 -22.08
San Jose 0.00 14.50 12.01
Fresno '.. 0.00 10.09 0.56
! Independence 0.00 5. 0S 0.42 :
San Luis 0bi5p0..... 0.00 20.85 20.39
Los Angeles ....:. 0.00 12.63" 15.66
San Diego ....0.00. , .9.78 $.97
Coast record for 12 hours, endios v p. in.
s\u25a0; f« • ? i 'i si
STATIONS 1 ' H £ T Jf gf
Boise. 80.04 92 48 N Clear :: .00
Eureka ..30.00 CO 52 W Clear .00
Flagstaff ..20.58 SO 44 NE Clear .00
Freeno 29.74 108 C 8 W. Clear .00
Helena 30.10 -82 50 W Pt.Oldy .00
Independence ..20.84 100 64 SE Clear .00
Kalispell 30.10 76 42 S Clear .00
Los Angeles 29.86 SO 64 SW Clear .00
Modena.. 20.02 02 .. E Clear \ .00
Mt. Tamalpais. 2o. 9l 02 81 W Clear .00
North Head.... SO. 14 02 52 NW Clear .00
Phoenix 23.60 114 70 W Clear .00
Pocatello .30.08 SS 48 SW Clear .00
Pt. Reyes Lt..29.83 75 50 N Clear. ' .00
Portland ..30.02 64 54 NW Clear. .00
Red Bluff 20.76 100 72 SE Clear .00
Reno ..29.86 96 50 S Clear .00
Roeeburg 29.f»6 90 52 NE Clear .00
Sacramento ...29.76 102 64 S Clear r.OO
Salt Lake /30.04 88 . . NW Clear .00
San Dieg0...... 20. 86 70 56 NW Clear .0Q
San Francisco.. 2o. B2 00 62 W Clear: .00
San Jose 29.52 102 54 NW Clear .00
San L. Obispo.. 2o. SO 84 54 • S Clear .(K>
SE. Fara110n...29.88 50-54 NW Clear .00
Spokane 30.12 84 50 W Clear .00
Summit 81 50 W Clear «...
Tacoma 30.12 74 .. N Clear .00
Tatoosh 30.18 66 .. N Cloudy .00
Tonopah 29.86 92 66 E Clear .00
Walla Wa11a... 30. 04 00 58 NW Clear .00
Winnemucca ..20. 0S 00 54 NE Clear .00
Yuma 29.60 120 68 SW Clear V .00
.. »Snow on ground, three Inches. .
SYNOPSIS y
Unusually warm weather Is reported from all
stations in California, except the southern coast.
In the San Francisco bay section temperatures of
00 degrees have occurred,* while In the great val
ley afternoon temperatures have ranged from
102 to 108 degrees. , It Is also unusually warm
in Arizona, Utah, Nevada and eastern Oregon.
At Yuma a temperature of 120 degrees Is re
ported.
The pressure is falling slowly- and there are
Indications that the hot spell will begin to mod
erate Tuesday.
The relative humidity at Red Bluff was 27 and
at. Fresno 30 per cent.
Following Is the forecast for the 30 hours end
ing at midnight Tuesday, May 31, 1010:
, San Francisco and vicinity — Fair Tuesday;
warm in the forenoon, cool in the afternoon and
Comniercial News
London doming Stocks
Cons for money.B2 11-16 Louisv & Nash 151%
Do for acct. .82 15-10 M. X & Texas. ... 43
Amal Copper 72% NY Central 123%
Anaconda 8% Norfolk & West... 104^
Atchlson 112 Vi Do pfd 02
Do pfd 105 jOnt & Western. .. 48 Vi
Bait it' Ohio 1 17 M Pennsylvania 6!» v
Can Pacific 202% Band Mines 9%
Cnes & 0hi0.'.... 88% Reading 83%
Chi Great West.. 28M;!So Ralltraj 27* i
Chi. Mil & St P.142%1 Do pfd 64^
De Beers 17H So Pacific 129%
Den & Rio G 41V£ Union Pacific ....188»£
Do pfd S2V6 Do pfd ..:..... 07%
Erie 29^4 C S Steel ..85%
Do Ist pfd 48 Do pfd ... .12114
Do 2d pfd 3S Wabash 21 v -
Grand Trunk 30% Do nfd .:...... 47
111 Central 13» Spanish 4s 9<>i
Bar sliver — Steady; 24 11-16 d per onnce.
Money — 3^@4 per cent. ~ "
The rate of discount In the open market for
*hort-.bills Is Z% per cent an,d for three months'
bills $% per cent.
London Hop .Market
LIVERPOOL,. May 30.— Hops In' London (Pa
cific coast), steady at £4g£4los. "
Eastern Llventock Market
CHICAGO
CHICAGO. May 30.— Cattle— Receipts, esti
mated at 13,000 bead; market 10c higher. Beeves,
[email protected]: Texas steers, [email protected]; western
steers, $5.20<a7.60: stockers and feeders. $3.9[email protected]
6.45; cowe and heifers. [email protected]; calves," [email protected]
Hogs — Receipts, estimated at 31.000 head; mar
ket slow but steady. Lißbt. $0.35<g9.621£; mixed.
$9.35(g9.C5; heavy, $9.3009.62%; rough, [email protected]
9.40; pigs, [email protected]; bulk of . sales, $9.50(3
9.C0. \u25a0 \u0084
Sheep — Receipts, estimated at 11,000 head;
market strong. and 10c higher. Native, $3.60<g
C.60; western, [email protected]; yearlings. [email protected];
lambs, native $5.25<g5.C5. western [email protected]
KAXSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY, May 30.— Cattle— Receipts,
8,000 head ; market steady to strong. Native
steers, [email protected]: cows and heifers, [email protected];
stockers and feeders, [email protected]; bulls, [email protected];
calves, [email protected]; western steers, [email protected];
western cows, [email protected]«.50.
Hogs — Receipts. 5.000 head; market Be lower.
Bulk of sales, $9.35<29.45; heavy, [email protected]^2%;
packers and butchers. [email protected]; light, [email protected]
9.45; pigs, $8.75(J?9.25.
! Sheep — Receipts, 8.000 head; market steady.
Muttons, $4<g6.50; lambs, $708.75; fed western
wethers and yearlings, $4.50©6; fed western
ewes, [email protected] '
SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA, May 30.— Cattle— Receipts,
2,000 head; market . steady •to strong. Native
steers, $5.50®7.9Q; cowb and heifers, [email protected]
6.75; western steers, $3.50Q7; cows and heifers.
[email protected]; canners, $2.60<34.25; "stockers and
feeders. [email protected]; calves, $4®7.50; bulls,
stags. etc..53.75Q6.26.
Hogs — Receipts, 4,000 head: market steady.
Heavy. $9.Sofe»-40; mixed. [email protected]; light.
$9.37V>®9-45; pigs, $B©9; bulk of sales, [email protected]
9.40.
Sheep>— Receiots, 2,000 bead;' market' a shade
higher. Yearlings. [email protected]; wethers. $4.75®
5.50; ewes. [email protected]; lambs, ?6.75Q8.60.
Xnvnl Stores — Turpentine nnd Ro«ln I
SAVANNAH, Gar, "May 80.— Turpentine— Firm
at 57&@3Sc; sales, 788; receipts, 763; shipments,
649: stock. 5,817. '
Bosin — Firm; sales, 1,545: receipts, 1,827; ship
ments. 4.657; stock, 44,191. _Quota: B, $4.15®
4.20; D. [email protected]: E, $4.72^^4.80; F, $4.80(n&
4.85: G. $4.80(84.95: H. J4.03; I, $3(513.05; X, 1
$5.15; M. $5.20; N, [email protected]; VJXi, $5.80;
WW, $6.15.
Ginnerx' Report on Cotton*
- MEMPHIS. Term., May, 30.— The acreage and
condition of the cotton crop by states to May 28
follows: '
State — - Condition. Acreage.
Alabama • ...81 3,605,000
Arkansas SO 2,870.000
Florida 84 . 230,000
Georgia V..V. ....79 4,800,000
Louisiana 76 965,000
Mississippi ....... .".... 75 8,200,000
North Carolina SO 3 ,470,000
Oklahoma 85 2,070,000
South Carolina ....,.:...... 78- 2,565,000
Tennessee S2 750,000
Texas .............. .... 84 10,500,000
Missouri and Virginia. ....... ... • • ' 110,000
Total acreage .32,655.000
Average, 80.2. •
E.F,HunpN&co:
400 California St. Tel. Douglas 2487
St. Francis H otel Tel. Donelas 3952
Members of New York Stock Exchange
* Pioneer House
Private Wire to Chicago nnd
New York , .
n. iB. j MULCAHY, Mnnugcr
PRIVATE WIRE, , NEW- YORK, CHICAGO.
WESTERN UNION GODE.,^ %}p'~-
. - NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE s
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE? '
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE, SAN
, rTRANCISCO. ;- \u25a0.;\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0-. :\ \u25a0-
Main Office, - Branci Offices, 1 • '
\u25a0 Correspondents -" , {Main Corridor)- -'
MILLS BLDG., S. F. FALAOE \u25a0 HOTEL
HARRIS, -WINTHROP San Franciscor-
\u25a0-\u25a0-:: - - >\u25a0;-' tc CO. '\u25a0 -\u25a0 :'. •: \u25a0\u25a0•:•!.•;:•\u25a0..-. .-...": U.--:. \u25a0\u25a0.;-\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0>•- ; .- \u25a0
New York, Ohletgo. > HOTEL ALEXANDBA
London and Paris. , Lot Angeles^ Cal. ; ,-,
at night; light north wind,* changing to brisk
w-est.- -. ' •>..-;.".\u25a0 -. \u25a0:•'\u25a0 ;..V •\u25a0 '"'\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0• :- '. h- \u25a0
Santa Clara - valley— Fair Tuesday, - not - quite
so warm; light .north winds.- ..-..../" . .
J Sacramento valley — Fair Tuesday ;, cooler In the
afternoon and at night; light south winds.
I San \u25a0 Joaquin valley — Fair '\u25a0 Tuesday, not quite
so -warm; light north winds.-. . *•\u25a0 - :
: California south of \u25a0 • the ;. Tehachapl — Fair,
warmer Tuesday; light north wind, changing to
south. A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster.
»y United Wireless
Monday, May 30, 1910.
STEAMEH SANTA MAEIA— From Port San
Luis, for, San Francisco. May 29, S p. m., 20
.miles north of-Pledras liluneas. Freali north
-west: winds. ,- •, "
BTEAMEB NANN SMITH— From Coos bay, for
San Francisco. , May 29, 1 p. m., off G*tpq
Mendocino, - met ship Alexander Gibson, in tow
tug Hercules, hence May 27, for Townsend.
Moderate northwest breeze;, clear and enjgotn.
STEAMER WILHELMXHA— From Honolulu, for
San Francisco. May 29, 8 p. --in., 533 mile* off
San Francisco. . : Light - southerly winds: sea
I smooth;' barometer, 40.10; temperature, 63. '
STEAMER LANBINO-^Hence May 29 for Port
San Luis. May 20, 8 p. m., 85 mUos south of
I'olnt \u25a0 Sur. \u25a0; Light northerly, winds; smooth
"sea.. \u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0 .. : \u25a0.\u25a0 ;; \u25a0\u25a0,-\u25a0•'. \u25a0
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ABBIVED
Monday, May 30.
Stmr Fulton,* Maloney, 28 hours from Kureka;
lumber to J. R. Hanlfy. - •
Stmr Shna-Yak, Hutton, 04 hours from Colum
bia river; 000,000 feet lumber to George E. Bill
ings. . .-*\u25a0"\u25a0 :~ •\u25a0\u25a0
Br stmr Century, ' Downie, 84 Hours from Ta
coma; put in to finish loading. . '
Stmr J. B. Stetson, Sears, 40 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to H. J. Knowles.
Ktinr Santa Rosa, Alexander. 43 hours from
San Diego and way ports; passengers and mer
chandise to Pacific Coast steamship company.
Stmr Falcon, Datalquist, 62 hours from Port
land, via Astoria -54>£ hours; merchandise to
Williams, Dlmond & Co. \u25a0 r '- - .
.Stmr Shasta, Hansen, 2 days from San Pedro;
ballast to E. K. Wood lumber company, up river
direct. •„' .
Stmr Saglnaw, Walviz, 38 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to Hart-Wood . lumber company.-
Stmr Ravalli, Nelson, 24 hours from Kureka;
830,000 feet lumber to Hammond lumber com
pany.
Stmr V. A. Kilburn, McLellan, 19 hours from
Kureka; passengers and merchandise to C. P.
Doe & Co. •. . '-..-•
Stmr Xatin Smith. Olsen, 3S hours from Coos
bay; 1,600,000 feet lumber. to C. A. Smith lum
ber company. .
Stmr Bear, Nopander, 47% hours from Port
land; via Astoria 40 U hours; passengers and
merchandise to San Francisco aud Portland
steamship company. ' \u25a0
Stmr City of Topeka, Glelow, 20 hours from
Eureka ; passengers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast steamship company.
Stmr M. F. Plant. Burtis, 38 hours from Coos
bay; passengers and merchandise to Oregon coal
and navigation company. \u25a0 , \u25a0 .' , >
Stmr Vanguard, Odland, 39 hours from Port
Los Angeles; ballast to E. J. Dodge company.
Schr Monterey. Kelly, 12 hours from Monterey;
19,000 barrels s oil to Associated ..transportation
company, in tow tug Navigator. '.
' Stmr Northland, Erlckson, 58 hours from As
toria; 840,000 feet lumber to P«rtland lumber
company.
Stmr National City. Hlgging, 15 hours from
Mendocino; 375,000 feet lumber to Union lumber
company.
Stmr Chehalis, Kettleson, 36 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to Sudden & Christensen.
Stmr Argil, Dickson.. 3 days from Seattle;
ballast to Union oil company, up river direct.
SAILED •
Monday, May 30.
Stmr Vanguard, Odland, Eurekn. "-\ '\u0084\u25a0
Stmr Chehalis. Kettleson, Grays Harbor.
Stmr Governor, Jepsen, San Diego and way
ports. ' •
. Stmr Mlssourlan, Lyons, Honolulu «nd Seattle.
Stmr Buck man. Wood, Seattle.
Stmr Shasta, Hansen, .
Stmr Admiral Sampson, Bartlett. San Pedro.
Stmr Thomas L. Wand, Peterson, _, Santa
Monica. .
Stmr Whitesboro, Frederlckson; Greenwood. -
Stmr Helen P.' Drew, Gunderson, Greenwood.
Stmr Albion, Nyman. Stewarts point.
* SPOKEN
May 12,~hrlat 30 N, long 18 W, Ger bark
Woglinde, from Cardiff,* for Antofagasta.
- . -.WEATHER REPORTS' --
POINT' LOBOB, May 30. 10 p. m. — Weather
hazy; wind west, velocity 10 miles per hour.
POINT LOBOS, May 30, -0. a. m.— Weather
hazy:. calm. , . ; .. ;
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEIi ' ,$}? "y^
JVfc. -• Steamers leave from Broad-
y<«J»U^^Jw way Wbartes (Piers 9
fi\S?§B^l ll Low ratM% lncl oding berth
VjV -Xy^^jOj Special Roand- Trip Rates.
IjOS ANGELES
i SAX DIEGO
' • SANTA BARBARA
| President or Governor Alternate Mondays, 4p. m.
] State of California.;... Thur., June 2, 11 a. m.
! *Santa Rosa . . . Every Thur. thereafter, 11 a. m.
'. *Only stenmer calling at Santa Barbart.
; SEATTLEi (DIRECT), TOWNSErD
; TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
' Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska.
Skagway, Dawson. Fairbanks and all points on
• i the Yukon.
; President or Governor Alternate Saturdays, 2 p.m.
; Queen or Pueblc.... Alternate Tuesdays, 2 p. m.
• EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAT)
. City of T0peka......... .....June 1, 9, 10 a. m.
j State of Ca! ....June 11. 16, 21, 26. 3p. m.
GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN, LA PAZ
. ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO
I J \u25a0 SAN PEDRO
City of Topeka.... ..Wednesday, June 13, 12 m
Nome, St. Michael; ........ Umatilla, June 2
I . _ ? LEAVE : SEATTLE '"
) Nome (0n1y). ....... .......5enat0r, June 6
[ . , ALASKA CRUISES, 1810
Spokane, June 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 9, 10 pm
Queen. .................. ....Ju1y.12, 26, S p. m.
. Bight reserved to change this schedule. -
! TICKET OFFICES— (PaIace Hotel). 633 Market
St., 16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf.
» „ -'-_.:• Telephone Kearny 492.
1 OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5680.
CD. DUN ANN. General Passenger Agent.
! ijp^ AMERICAN»HAWAIIAN
ffml ; steamship company
I. ?^^3f Tehauntepec Route
: • '-.-\u25a0 Uegrular Fast Freight Service
1 NEAV YORK TO - PACIFIC COAST
.PORTS and HAWAIIAN ; ISLANDS,
sailing from. New York every six days,
I making direct connection with Paciflc
5 steamers sailing .' from ' Salinav Cruz,
Mex., every six 1 days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW.
> YORK. -Also to- Mexican x and all prin-
> cipal European - ports under \u25a0> through
> rate and through bills. of lading. Sail-
> ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
J For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen-
! oral Agents, 8 Bridge street. New-
York; WILLIAMS, DIMOND &•? CO.,
[ General Agents, Pacific Coast.
) ' .- 310 Sansome St., = San Francisco.;
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
-ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. "Tenyo Maru" . v. .'..".Tuesday, May "3l, 1910
8. 8. "Nippon Maru". .*.. .Tuesday, June 21, 1910
S. S. Mmti". (vi* Mani1a) . . . . ... ... . . ; .
... .v ... .Tuesday, July 19, : 1910
Steamers* sail from company's piers,- Nos. 42,
44, near foot of Second St., at 1 p. m., for.Yokav
liama and Hongkong, calling at , Honolulu. > Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagasaki t and Shanghai, and con-
necting at Hongkong with steamers f or ; Manila,*
India, etc. vNo j cargo '. received : on board on day
of sailing. -" Bound trip tickets at ; reduced : rates."
For freight t and . passage apply at office. ' 240
James Flood building. • ; W. H. AVERYs .
.'.'-Assistant Qeneral Manager. -
PI in II The new. fast and ele-
\\M~. -> 8,250. tons displacement.
-^ Sails at I noon - June ; 8>
1010. | for Honolulu and
:v: v ; :' S. S. L.URL.INE " :
\u25a0«- -\' Xv 13,000 Tons Displacement. \u25a0 ,~-l '.-. - r; '
Sails noon! June - lr, 1910/; for t Honolulu and " ka-
hululr Round trip to , Honolulu $110; first class. "
MatBOU; Navigation [ Co., 208 Market St."
*• .•\u25a0„"..- "\u25a0..•\u25a0\u25a0--''-. -~ --'- •-*""'•- "" ~-J '• /. '-. : .- C.ov ; v'j-; -.• *-"
HflNfll 111 II S .l.s: : : . Sierra ~'(10.000 tons dIs-
nUnULULU placement) sails ai i A;-:M. June'
18,* 1910.?: Special round « trlp.l $1 10 first dasfcii
TAHITI 'AND NEW; ZEAL ANT>-i-S.*S.':
\u25a0 Marlpoaa aans 11 ; a; V m.'. 1 ' June" 29.* Spcl." Tahiti *
round trip,' $125, , first class. V. " ;.^; .^ ; ; . . .
OOBAWIO UNE.^ 6T3 Mkt: V'tei; Kearny 1231 ' k
AUCTION SALES
SALE
\u25a0OF THE -
>i'-HObIiISTTOR.- HORSE - MARKET
IS 16 MARKET ST., SAN.-FRANCISCO.
We AVIH Sell on -
-•;;;j;jmostdaw?juneto/jii a. at. -.
One carload-.of. standard bred horses from the
R.A: SPARKS'RANCH of Dlxon. Tte?e horses
are all young and sound. , Among tbom . severs 1
matched-teams, blacks, bays and,sorrels. > Posi-
tively „ no reserve,. as Mr. Sparks is. overstocked
and-has ordered them sold. - - f-r- . \u25a0
\u25a0Also, at same;time and place, we vrlll sell one
carloatl of draft horses. •< Everjthlng, as repre-
sented. : Horses ;ou .' exhibition Saturday/. Re-
member the date and . place, ISIB Market bt.,
June 6. No-outside bors«>s'offered. /
-A. 11. SCOFIGLD; Livestock Auctioneer.
POINT LOBOS, May. 30, 3 p. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind, west, velocity eight miles per
hour. « \u25a0 \u25a0 k i v \ .—
POINT REYES, May SO, 0 a. m.— Weather
clear;, wind northeast, velocity four miles per
hour./ _ " . \u25a0
FARALLONES, May 30, iO: a. m.— Weather
clear; wind, north, Telocity 12 miles per hour. .
- DOMESTIC PORTS ! .
ASTORIA— Arrived May 30— Stmr Tamalpais,
hence . May 27; . stmr \u25a0\u25a0 Stanley Dollar, hence May
27; stmr Rose City,, hence May 2S; stmr Klam
atb, hence May 27. -
' Sailed May 30 — Stmr . Rosecrans, for San
Francisco. . -
' GAMBLE — Arrived May 30 — Schr C. S.
Holmes, hence . May 14; schr Spokane, hence
May 20. \u25a0-....-.
-\u25a0•\u25a0•-SANTA, BARBARA— Arrived May 29-^Stmr
Santa Rosa, from San Diego, and sailed' for
San Francisco; stmr Coos Bay, from Sa» Pedro,
and sailed for San Francisco. / . " . I
•MA RSIIFIELD— Arrived May 30— Stmr Break
water, from Asturia: stmr Newport, from As
toria., . » . , ' ..
BELLINGHAM— Arrived May 20— Stmr Olym
pic, benceiiay 26. \u25a0• ' " •-
Sailed May 29 — Stmr Rirerside, for Cordova. •
SEATTLE— Arrived May. 2D— Stmr Harold
Dollar, from Port San 1 Luis. May. SO— Stmr
Colonel E. L. Drake, hence May 2G.
Sailed May 30 — Stmr Huinboldt, for Skagway.
Arrived May 30 — Stinr President, hence
May 28. ' y ' - ' -
UMPQUA— Arrived May 23— Schr- Mly, hence
May 20; schr Louise, from San Pedro.
TATOOSH— Passed in May 30— Scbr W. H.
Talbot, from San Pedro, for Townsend; Get stmr
KIsak, hence May -27. f6r Seattle; Btmr President,
hence May, 2S for Seattle; schr Commerce, from
San Pedro, for Townsend. j In during nljrht—
Bktn Panko, from- Valparaiso, 1 " for Port Town
send. . . :. - . s.. . ".
Out May 30 — Stmr Leelanaw, for Saa Fran
dsco.'.'\u25a0 > . - ;
Ontside bound — Schr E. K. Wood, hence May
10 for'Belllngham; ' schr Melrose, from San Pe
dro, for Puget sound. \u25a0
Passed in Ma v 30 — Schr E. K. Wood, hence
May 10 for Belllngham: schr Melrose, . from San
Pedro, for Pujret- sound; sclir- Americana, from
San Pedro, for Puget sound... !
Army Transports .
The Crook is at Manila. X'
The Warren is at Shanghai.
The Logan is in port. • " ''
The-Buford is In port.
The Sheridan sailed for/Manila May 5.
The Thomas is In port. .
« TheJSherman sailed May 16 for Manila.
Additional Shipping \>w» Pace J)
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL .^
AVirelens and Submarine' Signals
\u25a0,W w" Tw London, Parts,.
W A^th Express Sailings.
I\l 111 1 111 Tuesdays. 10 A. ,M.
\1 -1 111 111 K. Wil'm.d.Gr. June 14
A VA *'** Kronp.. Cecilie.Jnne 21
lMvmoutU— Kronp. \u25a0 Wll'm.June 28
cs"bo«Sl. K. WHhm IL.July 5
Bremen '£^- * •'
Thns °A^ ijcniiidfl
O. Washington (new), Juno 9 \ i
Bremen, June 16 _ • .
\u25a0Main, June 23
P.F. Wm. (new), June SO
\u2666Bremen direct.
NaploH tS: Genoa \u25a0• ' m
Sailings Sats. 11 A.M. \u25a0 I s\v Tsm
. Fried'b d. Gr. June 11 B 11 11/ I I
K. Albert JunelS I .111 V U
tNeckar June 23 *^*V.T
P. Irene. July 2 -
- tDoes not call at Genoa.
fnrtf(|>«ndf>nr .Irounrt-tne-World Tn"r«,
Travelers rhnnka H~»od all orer \u25a0:-\u25a0,\u25a0;
th© -world. «, "
OELRICHS & CO., General Agents,
6 Broadway, New York
Robert Capelle, G. A. P. C, 230 Powell st.
'opposite St. • Francis Hotel. San Fran-
\u25a0\ ;.\u25a0 clsco. .Telephone—Kearny \u25a0 4704. "•- -"t - •
American line
Plymotith—Cherbourg—Sonthamptoa
Philadelphia—Quecnstown—Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New Tork—London—Direct .
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
New York—Rotterdam, via Boulogne
RED STAR LINE
New York—Do ver—An twer \u25a0 '
WHITE STAR LINE
' N.Y.-Queenstown-Holyhead-Llverpool
N.Y.-Plymouth-Cherbonrff-Sonthamptoa
' ; - Boston—Queenstown—Liverpool .
N. Y. * BOSTOX-MEDITERIUXEAN
WHITE STAR—DOMINION
Canadian Service • Mall Steamers •
'Montreal— Quebec— Liverpool .
Weekly Sailings. The Scenic Route to
• -- Europe y . :
NEW S. S. LAITRENTIC * MEGANTIO-
Largest and Most Modern' Steamers on the St.
Lawrence.
G. N. BOEPPEL. Passenger Agent Paciflc Coast,
819 Geary Street opposite St. Francis
:_ > Hotel. San. Francisco.
r Compagnie
GenerateTransatlantique
FRENCH LINB
DIRECT LINE TO HAVBK-PARIS.
: Sailings every Thursday and Saturday • at,
10 a.' m.. from, pier 57,; North river, foot of
Morton st.
"""""T" SAILING DATES J
La Touraine, May 20 La Lorraine, June 23
La Lorraine, June 2 La Sa vole. ...June 30
La Savole....June 0 La Provence,-July 7
La Provence". June 10 La Lorraine.. July 14
FUOAZI \u25a0 BROTHERS, Managers £ Paciflc
Coast., 680 Montgomery St., Sap Francisco.
P. FAGUET. General Agent" for S< and
Canada, 19 State St., New York. \ -
Canadian Pacific
Less Than Four Days at Sea
.Weekly."- Sailings .Between Montreal,
- '• , Quebec .and Liverpool . :
Two days on the beautiful St. Law-
rence River and the shortest ocean
route to /Europe. \u25a0 • :
Nothing better on the Atlantic than
our. Empresses. Wireless on all steam-
ers." *••.\u25a0*-\u25a0'.' . \u25a0 •.:-' . \u25a0'--' \ "'- '; '
First class $90, second f 51.25, one
class cabin f47.50. . ' : -
Ask any ticket agent, or write for
sailings, rates and booklet. -»- (10)
E. E. PENJf, G. AMA M Palace Hotel, San
_; "- . '":';'Franelaco ' : •
QCANDINA VIANAMERICAN UM
- |318,0003 18,000 Ton Twin^crcw Passeacw Steamer*
-TT- i Direct to -y _ \u25a0
Norway\ Sweden and Denmark
C' F. TietßenV.June 16 Oscar . 111... July 21
United. States.^.June"23 Unit«l ; States..".Aug. 4
Hellig' Olav, ....July 2 Hellig 01av.... -Aug. 18
First cabin, $75 upward: second cabin, |60. -
- \u25a0 '- '.All: steamers equipped with \u25a0 wireless.
' ".';" .'; SPECIAL NORTH | CAPE : CRIJISE ->
By S. S. Tletsen from Copenhagen July 7
A. E. JOHNSON & CO.. 1-Broadway, New York,
. :.-..- : or,ljocal-Agents.-, 'r •\u25a0
RAILWAY TRAVEL
\u2666 MUIR WOODS
MT; TAMALPAIS
VIA SAUSAUTO FERRY
'i. ''\u0084 ,/. \u25a0 FOOT OF MARKET STREET ;,.,.- . . )
KwHd Trip fwm San Franoltc«. <IJO
\u25a0 Ly.tw frwetat 5- a l>. Malr Wiaft. .--\u25a0- It. Tinilwli :;
Weekday Snday Waekday Sunday W«tkd«y Snday
9:45 a 8:15 a t7:2oa .11:00 a - 7:20 a
? 9:16 a 11:46* 1:40p 11:15*
* 4 45p 9:45 a 02:40p 12:50p 4:14p 12:40p
?£'.--. 10:45 a 4:20p/2:40p a 9:50p -2:32p
~..v... 11:45 a .J:sop ...... 3:45p
' ..V... V 1:45p :...... s=2op ...... i B:10»
?.;:-;:. :45p -'.*:.... 6:40p ~/..'... -6:40p
c~:':;.-.'. »4:15p ®ToS[t. -Tamalp aiaonly *;..-...
•To Muir Sat. orJy. -:; t Mon. only., a Sat.only. H Muir only.
v~- v.-' Ticket • Offices—Sausalito Ferry and 874 Market " .
??f$M Oeaeral Ofßce^-Mill Valley. California ~<
ymn ti liwdpiir ni "Hit In" art ilw m tw fir wirts
AUCTIQNjSA^ES
t M I Dispersal Sale
MSBI 50 HEAD
A^ffi^ THE GRANDEST COr>-
gyAHßjgffl^^ LECTION of import-d and
g^^J HelKlan and Perchrron
Wg*"— Stnllionn and Mares
I- i *r I ever, offered at public auc-
tion by one owner. Cer-
tificates with every animal. Property A- A.-San-
dabl, Montana. -
14 HEAD BELGIANS
3* HEAp . PERCHERO> IS
- Among them bcins a number of gold 'medal
winners in Belgium and Franc*. . .
Sale takes place Monday,, June 20. 1910, at 1
p. m.. at v-
UNIVEHSITT FAHM, DAVIS, TOLO CO., CAT.
: Horses can be seen at Mr. O. A. Lowe's. Lowe-
lands farm. 2 miles N. W. of Woodland, up to
June IS. Visitors are invited.' June 13 and 20
they can be seen at Davis. Horses loaded f. o. b.
cars at Davis.
Send for catalogue ta
FRED H. CHASE & CO.
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEERS
478 Valencia St., San Francisco. ,
WEEKL^iALL, $1 PER YEAR
RAILWAY TRAVEL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM MAY 8. 1110
VIA OAKLAND PIER i
L»Te (Foot of Market Street) ' Arrive
2.15 a Niles, Tracy. Ijithrop. Stockton, .
Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, Sacramento. . 1C.38p
' 6.40 a Hayward. N iles, San J05e. ........... " 7.08*
7SXH Riehaiond. Port Coita. Benida, Suiaun,
\u25a0\u25a0_: Kxon, Sacramento, Rosevile, Marys-
ville, Redding. Dunsmuir 7.28p
7.00 a ELmir*. Vaeaville. Runssey.... 7^Bp
7.00 a Davis, Woodland (Mirysvflle. Qro-
viUe), Maxwell, Willows,
Hamilton. Corning, Red Bluff 7.28?
7.00 a Newark, San Jose, Los Gatos, Wright.
. Felton ( Boulder Creek). Santa Crui ... BABp
7.40 a Valiejo. Napa, CalLrtoga, Santa Rosa,
Martinei, San Ramon 6.08p
7.40 a Niles, Pleajanton, Livermore, Alta-
mont, Lathrop. Stockton.... 1 . 7^B?
7.40 a Tracy, Los Banos. Kerman, Fresno, 4.28?
. &20a Port Costa, Martinea, Byron, Trwy,
| Stockton, Merced, Fresao, Goshca
' Junction (Hanford, Armona), Visalia, -—
Porterrille, Bakfrsfield 4.48p
850 a Ypsemite Valley via Merced. 7.48»
9.00 a Niles, Livermore, Stockton (*Miltoa).
Valley Spring, lone. Sacramento.. . . . 4.28p
9.00 a Sonora, Tuolumne and AngrU 4JZBf
9.00 a Atlantic Express— Sacramento, Troo- ' v;'-'v ;'-
' kee, O«den. Salt Lake City, Beaver,
Kansas City, Omahi, Chicago 828p
9.40 a Richmond, Port Costa, Martinez,
-r Bay P0int.......... 6.45p
10.20 a VaUejo Mare Island, Xapa 1128 a
1 0.20 a Los Angeles Pa«enf»r— Port Costa,
Martin? i. Byron. Tracy, Stockton,
- Merced. Fresno, (Hanford, Coaliaga,
Vkilia.) Bakersfidd. Los AagclM 7.48?
10.40 a Ean Francisco Or trhind Limited —
Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis.
Omaha, Chicago 7.28p
1 1.20 a Shasta Limited— Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle 9.18p
12.00n Goldfield Pass.— Port Costa, Benicia.
Sacramento. Truckee, Hazen, Wa-
fauska. (Yericgton, Mason), Mina,
Tonopah, Goldfidd, Law^ Keeler. . . . 7.48 a
1 2.00n Marysville. Chico, Red Bluff 4.28p
1 ,20p Niles, lr vinzton, San Joee 2.48p
1. 40p San Leandro, Niles, Centex ville, f 9.08 a
Newark. San* Jose. ...i 7.23p
1.40p Newark, San Jose, Los Gatos, Wri;ht,
Felton (Boulder Creek), Santa Craa. . 9.58p
2.40» San Leandro, Niles. Ean Jose. 9.28 a
2.45 p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helena,
• Calistoga '..., \u0084 ia3sa
3.COp Benicia, Winters. Sacramento — Wood-
land, MarysviUe, Oroville — Yolo, '
1 Arbuckle. Williams, Willows 10.48 a
3.20p Port Costa (Stockton), Martinea, f !2.08p
Byron, Modeato, Merced, Fresco.. \ 1 0.38 f
4XOi Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, Swtfa Rosa, \
, -\u25a0 Martiner. San Ramon, Dougherty, -"."•- Vr.
; Livennore...... 9.23 a
«.00p Niles (Ccoterville),Livermore,Tracy.J 10.28 a
Stockton, Lodi \ 11.18?
6.00p San Leandro, Hayward, Niles, Pleas-
acton, Livermore, Tracy, Newman,
, - Kerman, Fresno. *\u0084....... 11.18?
'\u25a0\u25a0 B.OOp Yallejo, Port Costa, Benicia, Sacra-
mento— Roseville, Marysville, Or»-
viile 1 1.28 a
B.oop Russell. San Jo«e. Los Gatoa 9.28 a
6.20p gan Leandro, Nilea, San Jose. 7.48 a
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angeles B.oBa
6.40p Eastern Exprets— Ogden, Pueblo, Den-
ver, Kansas City, St. Louie, Chicago. .
Port CoeU, Benicia, Sacramento,
Reno, Sparks -. 8.28?
6.40p Haj-ward, Niles and San Jose., 6.48 a
J7.00p Vallejo, Port Costa. Martinei, Bay
-- Point and Way Stttkws -. JII.ISp
7.40? Richmond. Port Cwta, Martiaea,
Cornwill, Traey. Lathrop, Stockton . 1 2.48 p
8.20p Oregon Eipres*— Davis. (Sacramrnto),
Willow*. Redding (Kiamath FalJ.«).
Ashland, Portland. Tacoma, BeatU%
Spokfine.. 9.28«
OjOOp China and Japan Fast Mail— Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas City,
;';'*•'. Omaha Chicago 2.48p
9J)Op Port Costa. Benicia. Sacramento. Col-
fax, Truckee. Reno. Sparks. Ogden.. 2.41?
9.40p Yosemite Vailey Sleeper via Merced '
toElPortal BJBa
ft4op Nile*. Pleasanton, livermore. Lathrop, V~ -,
, ; • - Modesto, Merced, Fresno, .Tulare,
Bakersfield 8.28 a
9.40p Visalia, Hanford, Lemoore, Coalinga—
McKittriek, Moron. 8 28a
J l .oop San Leandro, Niles, San Jose .*. 7CBa
1 1 .40p Portland' Express — Sacramento, llsrys-
; ville. Red Bluff, Weed. Ashland. Roie-
burg. Portland, Tacoma. Seattle. .... 12.28»
NETHERLANDS ROUTE— From Paelfle Stratt Wharf.
- Collinsville, Emmaton, Rio Virta. Isleton, Ryde.* Wal-
nut Grove, Vorden, Courtland, Clarksburg, Sacramento.
Leave 8.00 a.m. Tue., Thurs., Sat M Steamer Navajo:
arrive 50.00p.rn.;
i, : Leave 1.00 pjn. Daily, except Sunday, Steamer Modoe
or Apache; arrive 11.30 pjn.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY— From San Frandteo.
. Market Street Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from 6.C0
. a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sundayj— 6\45, 8.15, 9.43, 11.15
a.m., 12.45, 2.15, 3.45, 5.15, 6.45. 8.15 aad 9.45 pjn.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Alanwda'piir.''
Jo Oakland and AlameBa-^f6.10, t&is aji., and then
10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7 45 pjn • then
m 8.80. 9.15, 10.00, 1f1.45, 11.80 pjn. and 12.15 ajn.
To AUmtda and Frultvale via Horwthoa tarn* at abovo.
- a for Morning, p for Afternoon., f Sunday ercepttd
X Sunday only, j Arrive Mon., Wed., Fri. v
Union Tran»f«r Co. authoriied^to check Baggage
a tree t from residence. ' \u25a0
&3Blpb-A Trains Leave
r^n^P^7 Francisco
'^^iisSl '\f'-'"' Market Street
Ferry Depot
Leave For— |A.M.| P-M.
Bakersficld .... . 7:15 8:00-10:00
Chicago ..:..... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Fresno ..C.r.... 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
\u2666Stockton ....... 7:15 4:00- 8:00-10:00
Stockton, " Oak- ;. . . ,
/ dale and Sierra
Railway points .9:45 .
Tulare \u25a0:. '.„ . . . . . . .7:15 8:00-10:00 .
Visalia . : . . . . .... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Yosemite Valley. 7:15 . -10:00
\u25a0 'Stockton Local leaves 1:25 p. m.- \u25a0•-\u25a0• • -.:
California Limited through to Chicago leave*
at 10:00 p. m. Offices— 673 Market street and
Market street Ferry Depot, Saa Francisco; 1112
Broadway,; Oakland. \u25a0 _ : \u25a0
_ BAY AXD I.XTEHURBA.V ROUTES -j
MARE ISLAND NAVY * YARD
r Vallejo, -^Napa, St. Helena
ST.- HELEXA-NAPA VALLEY ROUTE
"'" ' Monticello S. S. Co.: and Napa". Valley Electric
R. . R. ; Co.* Close • rnnni i Iliuiii .aJJlJiiyilMjfflll
;:fr-ROUND TRIPS DAILY— fi '
,c ' Boats leave" 1 San - Francisco 7:00. »9:43 aY m.,
12:30 noon;, 3:20, 6:00,. »8:30 p. m.' , /,
\u25a0 San l-'rcucisco landintr and office. Clay, street
, wharf,", north » end ferry building, * Market street .
ferry. ,' Meals a la carte. -Phones Kearny 406'0r
C4708.:--vj>*.;w---f -.-.--:; . -.-• -^
' . 'Lands navy ; yard direct. ~ ', \u0084-•.
CALL WANT ADS "; BRING - RES ULTS
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION SALE
*^^^A- O& 54 head of gtnrl* wason
4^T^^ET^ and rsneti hordes; also a con-
vym4HKßflß?|s slgaiaent of llrery htirse-t
fltjdHH&Awn 'r*»m Los Banos. These ar*
iff Sl ra all cood. sefYievable, sound.
f>H^,^^K w iJi^' seatle. broken animals, and
rtriwmVmS&T you will find theai tuHt -what
you want at this Reason of the year, all ready to
go to wort. ALSO. 13 head of HEAVY DRAFT
HORSES, from 1.500 to 1.630. Teamsters ami
farmers will do well to call and inspect these
horses, which will be ready for inspection Mon-
day. Sale will take place at our pavilion
TUESDAY", THE SIS.T.
At 1 p. m. only,
WESTERN HOBSE MARKET.
E. STEWART ft CO.. Auctioneers.
• At 14th and Valencia sta.
sio 52sx» si*s»
Just arrived, and will be sold THCRSDAT.
Jam- 2. 11 a. tn., •_*03-200 Valencia st.. a carlnail
of b!? mares, mules. < ami work and drivim;
horses. Park 2723.
CLOCGU A BRODIE. Auctioneers.
£g? AT PUBLIC AUCTION jto
WEDNESOAT^June'I. 11 a. m.. «5 head of all
purpose mares, ponies, bnjrsles and names*. 55T
4th St.. Oakland. J. W. MEDEIROS.
' Auctioneer.
«. •* VIA COAST L.l?s'E
Leav» . (Third aad Townsend Streets) Arrive
t?£sa Loop— 234 Street, VisiUcioa, South *
Son Francisco. Valencia Street t&3Sa
f5.35a Loop— Valencia. Street, Oceaa View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco, •
23d Street. 3rd and Townsend f6.48s
6.20 a South hi a Francisco, Fin Jcse. Gilroy,
(Hollirter), Sargent, Pajaro, Watsrn-
%il!e, Saata Crax. 7.50p
7.00 a South Son Francisco, Palo Alto. San
Jose. Wft v Stations 7.30 a
7.00 a Mayfield. Los Altos. Les Oatos t7.20p
8:00* Shore Line limited— Paso Robirs -
Hot Sprinz*> Santa Barbara, Los '
Angeles fc 9.309 '
8.05 a The Coanter— San Jose, Pakro (TVaC-
\u25a0onville, Santa Crus), Castroville.
(Dd Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove).
Ealiaas, Soledad. Paso . Roblcs Hot
Springs. Saa Luis Obiipo, Surf.
(Lompoc\ Saata Barbara, Ventura, -. • ,
Oxnard.Los Angeles.... 11.43>
&20a May£eld, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Wright. "
Glenwood( Boulder Creei). Santa Cm j,
Watsonville, CastrovSle, Del Moate.
Monterey. Pacific Grove 9.00?
9.00 a San Jose, Gilroy, Salinas, Paso Robles *
Hot Springs, Saa Luis Obiraor-Tres
Pinos — WatsonviUe. Santa Cni*, Del :
Monte. Monterer. Pacific Grove fc 4JSOp
10.40 a South San Frannseo, Buriingsme, San
Mateo. Palo Alto, Saa Jose > 8.30 a
-10.40 a Loa Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gato». . { ' t B ; 4 {j*
1 1.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno •\u25ba 1.35p
1 1.40 a South San Frenciaco, San Joae i tB.2C*
2.00p Del Monie Express— San Jose, Gilroy,
Sargeat (V.'atsonville, Santa Crui).
Del Moate, Moaterey, PaciSo Grove,
(Salinas) \u25a0 12.30p
ZOSp South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose T. 8.40 a
f2.05p Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gatos. . . *3.2Cp
* 3.00p South Bun Frv.cisco. Saa Mateo. San
Jose, Gilroy, Tres Pinos, Salinas. . . 10. 10 a
3.00p Watsonville, snnta Cruz, ("nitrovil!.-.
Del Monte, Monterer, Pacific Grove. IO.OCa
3.40p Santa Clara, San Jose, Los Gatos,
Wright (Boulder Creek). Santa Crc*. IO.OCa
4.00p Sunset Express — Tucson, Derail)*, *
'•..>;';; El Paso. Houston, New Orleans.
il -. '\u25a0 Paso Robles Hot Springs. San Lais
Obispo, Santa Barbara aad Los Angelas 10.55 a
4.00p Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 10.55 a
450p South San Francisco. San Jose t9ooa
t5.00p Burlingame, Saa Mateo, Palo Alto, "
Son Joie and Way Stations 9.40 a
t5.05p Loop— 23d Street, \isitacton. South
San Francisco, Valencia Street
T5.20? Redwood. Palo Alto, San Joae 1 . 1 0»
15.20p Los Altos. Mobta Vista, Los Gatos. . . +3.20?
|5.25p Buriingsme, San Mateo. San Jose. t3.20>
|5.30p Loop— Valencia Street, Ocean Vieir,
Cemeteries, South Saa Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend f6.40y
5.40p San Bruno. San Mateo. Redwood. Palo
Alto. Saata Clara, Saa Jose 7.40 a
15.409 Los Altos, Monta Vista. Los Gates. . . 19.40 a
16.00p Millbrae. San Mateo. Palo Alto. May-
field, Los Altos. Us Gatoa |B.COa
t8.05p 23d Street. Visitecion. South Saa
Sraneisco. Valencia Street t7.11p
t8.25p Loop— Valencia Strett. Oceaa View,
* Cemeteries, South /can Francisco,
23d Street^ 3d and Townsend ... XI 30»
6.30* South San Francisco* f San Jose. 5.40p
B.oop The Lark— Paso Robles Hob Springs,
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 9.30 a
8.03)1 Los Angeles Passenger— ;Gilroy, Salinas,
Paso Robles Hot Springs. Saa Luis
Obiroo, Saata Barbara and Los Angeles 8.30 a
1 1. 45 •South San Fraociico, Palo Alto.f 7.2Cp
San Jose. » \ 7.45p
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Oakland Pitr.
Ta Oakland, Bsrktlty, B«rryman. East Oakland aad
Fruitvalt— Daily— From tOO a>jn^ and every twenty
minutes until 7.00 p.m. inclusive; then 7.40. 8.20,
9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.00, .11.40 p.m.. 12.20 and
I.2oajn. «|
Ta Sather and Msltom via Seventh St— Daily— From
6.00 ajn., and every twenty minutes until 7.C0 p.m.
indusive, then .7.40, 8.31, 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.0.
and 11.40 pjn. \u25a0 » \u25a0
Te Stonahtjrst— DailT Xxeept Sunday— 6.oo. 7.00. 8.00.
9.00 ajn., 2.20. 3.00, 4.00. 5.00, b. 40 p.m. Sunday .
only 9.00 10X0 .xm.. LOO pjn.. 2.00, 3.C0, 100. 5.00.
5.40 pjn. ' - '
Ta Oakland First SU Fraltvalt. Alanteda. via Horseshoe
— Daily — From tB.OO, 6.20 a.m. and- every t-wenty
minutes until 8.20 a.m. inclusive; then 9.00, 9.20.
10.00. 10.20. 11.C0, 11.20 ajn., 12m.. 12.20 ,1.00, 1.20.
2.00, 2.20, ZJDO, 3.20. 13.40 pjn. and erery twenty
minutes until 7 pjn. inclusive; 7.40.-8.20, 9.00. 8.40.
10.20, 11.00 and 11.40 p.m.. 12.20 aad 1.20 ajn.
Additional train to Oakland First St.. 2.15 a.m.
To West Bsrictloy— Daily Except Sunday— From 6.00
a.m. and every twenty zniaotes untJ 5. 20 a.m. inrlu-
mt;; then 9.00 a.m. and every hour until 4.01 p.m.
inclusive; thea 4.20 p.m. aad every twenty minutes
until 7.00 pjn." inclusive: thea 7.40 pjiu 8.20, 9.CQ,
9.40, 10.20, 1100, 11.40 pjn. and 12.20 xm.
To Wtrt B«fk»lty— Sundays only— From 6.00 ajn..
thea 7.00, 8.00, 9.00 a.m. inclusive; then 9.20 ajn. and
every twenty minutes until 3.40 p.m. indusrre; then
4.00 pjn. and every twenty omutes until 7.00 pjn. ii»-
elasive; thea 7.40-p.ra, 8.20, 9.00. 9.40, 1020, 11.IXX
IL4O pjn. and 12.20 aja.
To Corain — Daily Except Sunday— From 6.00 ajn. and
every 20 minutes until 8.20 a.m., then 9.00, 10X0
a.m.. 12.00 m. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00, 4.00. 4.20. 4.40. 5.W,
5.20. 5. 40 and 6.00 pjn.
Ta Coral n — Sundays only — From 6CO »jb., theb 7.00,
8.00, 9.00 ajn. inclusive; then .9.20 ajn. aad tr*n
twenty minutes until 3.40 pjn. inclusive; then 4.00
\u25a0 pjn. and every twenty minutes until 6JO pjn. _.
Schedule Effective
&E& May 1, 1910
\ss&y U>IOX" PERRY. DEPOT "
San Francisco
Leave VIA SAUSALITO Arrive
7:13 a Sonoma. Gleo Ellen iS:33p
7:45 a Petaluma. Santa Kosa, Ilealdsburz. .
Cloverdale, Lkian. Wlllits. Sher-
wood. •Gnernevllle. 'Monte Uio,
•Duncan MiUa 7:.V.p ,
8:13 a Point Reje*. Monte Bio. Cazadero. 7:33p
}S :45a | Petalnma, Santa Rosa. Gaernevllle,
- I Monte Rio, Duncan Mill* t":o3p
t9:lsaiPoint Reyes $S:OT.p
JO :lsa Sonoma. Glen Ellen 6:ftfi»
I«>:4j3 Petalnma. Santa Rosa ....: 4:33p
12 :43p Point Reyes. Camn Meeker
3:K>p;Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healdsbnrg .
I > Cloverdale. Ukiah. Gnernevllle. -
Monte Rio, Duncan Millt. Sebas-
• topol ll:ft'a
4 :43p Sonoma. Glen Ellen 9:0.1 a
. «:13p i'etaluma. Saata- Rosa 3:23 a
5:43p Point Reyes Heaves 7:15 p. m. - ;
Sundays) 8:03 a
ELECTBIC STTBTTRBAjr-VIA SAUSALITO.
Baosalito, Mill Vailey. Saa Baiael — DaUr
every SO minutes from 6:45 a. m. nntil 9:45
a. ta.: hourly until 2:43 p.- m.. then, 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minute* nntil 7:45 p. m.. then 0:00.
10:35 p. ro. 12:01 a. tn. (Oq Sundays tn
addition — Every 30 minute* from 9:45 a. m. to
3:15 p. m.. «ieeptlns 2:15 p. a.)
Fairfax— Leaves* t«:45. 7:IS. »7:43. 8:15. »:43.
0:15. 9:43. $10:13. 10:43, $11:1.". U:43 a. m. ;
t12:13. 12:45. tl;15. 1:43. 2:45, 3:15, 3:43, 4:13.
4:43. 5:13, 3:43. 8:15, f6:43, 7:13, 7:43; 9:0 O.
||10:33 p. m.. 112:01 a. m.
San Queatin via Saa Baiael — Leaves 8:43 a.m.,
1:45 p. m. \u25a0 ; — . . #
Tiburon aad Balveder* — Week days. 7:30, 9:0O,
110:43 a. ra. (112:43 p. m. Saturdays only). 3:30.
3:30 p. m. Sundays— l:3o. 9:00. 11:00 a. m.;
12:30. 3:30* 3:30 p. m., and |12:01 a. m.
*Snndai_arrives 7:05 p. m. tExcent Sunday.
tSundsy only. -Saturday only. |)3atnrday *uJ
Sunday only. \u25a0 I Via Sauiallto.
Paciflc Transfer Company'a airents are author-
ized to check baggage direct from residence.
OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY
F. S. ; Stratton, Receiver
Lv. 3." P. dally— «8 :00a.. *9:30 a.. ••10:30 a..
•3:00 p.. •5:40 p. Ar. g. F. dally— «7 :23a.. «S:4oa..
•2:00p..:t5:23p.. ••6:lOp. - -
•Arlata. tTunltas Glen; stags for Saa Gr»-
gorio and Ftscadero. ••Susdsj ©nly Arista.
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