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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
WOMAN ESCAPES
FROM ASSAILANT
Clothes Torn in Fierce Strug
gle With Man Who Forced i
Way Into Home
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OAKLAND, June "JO.— Mrs. Grace
Leal, who lives at 579 Fifth street,
where her husband, Manifcl Leal, con
ducts an agency, was brutally beaten
yesterday between 11 and 12 o'clock by
a. strange man, who escaped after be
ing frightened away by the screams
of Mrs. Leal and her two children.
The Leal family live in the rear of
the office, where the business is con
ducted, and it was there that the at
tack was made. The' man entered a
side door opening into Jefferson street
Rnd_walked to the rear door of the Leal
hoxne through a three foot alley be
tween the store and an adjoining shop. :
Mrs. Leal told the following story: •
"I had stopped in my work and was
stooping down to attend to severe
burns on the arms and body of my
year old baby, who had been scalded
with hot water, when, glancing up, I
saw a strange raan standing at the
door. He asked me if there were a
dark haired woman living in the alley.
2nd when I went nearer to the door
and h^ld it partly open, he. remarked
that I had beautiful arms and that my
kimono was becoming to me. He then
attempted to open the door wider, and
when I tried to shut it he pla< ed his
foot In the way. finally forcing his way
In. 'He then endeavored to place his
\u25a0arm around me. drawing from his
pocket a handkerchief, at the same time,
saying, "I'll get you.' I have but re
cently returned from a hospital, where {
I underwent a serious operation, ami
my condition was such that the terror
and excitement made me almost speech
less. I fought him as best I could, and
tn the struggle he tore my clothing
j»nd choked me so brutally that I would
have I.een forced to give up had not
the screaming of my two children, who
were knocked about In the struggle,
frightened him away."
Mrs. Leal describes the man as 5
feet 10 inches tall, stolidly built, dark
«»y»s and hair, wearing a dark suit,
derby hat and short box overcoat. She
said that two teeth were missing from
i lie front of the upper jaw. Mrs. Leal
is 24 years old.
NATIVE SONS PREPARE
FOR WATER CARNIVAL
Arranging Swimming Tourna-
ment for School Children
ALAMEDA, June 20. — The managing
committee in charge of the water car
nival to be conducted by Alameda par
lor, Native .Sons of the Golden West,
at Surf Eeach park on July 2, 3 and 4
is arranging for a prize swimming
tournament to be held for pupils in
t lie grammar schools. The distances
will be 40. SO, 160 and S2O yards:
Medals will be awarded the individual
winners ot races and a trophy cup will
be awarded the school the pupils, of
which- score the greatest number of
points. Entries will be received by H.
N. Eher&mSky. ?32 Taylor avenue.
SANDOW HAD NOTHING
ON THIS BURGLAR
OAKLAND, June "0. — Twenty-three
*o!id oak chairs, woljrning in all about
balf a ion, comprised the booty of a
burglar who broke into the Fairlawn
hotel at the corner of Fruitvale ave
nue and Bellevue street In Fruitvale
during the absence of the proprietor,
M. L.. Zappettlno, yesterday. In his re
port to the police Zappettlno says that
the burglar got into the hotel through
a. rear window, but does not state
whetlirr he carried his weighty plunder
out the same way. A former employe
©f the hotel is suspected of the bur
£taxy>
ALAMEDA MAKING READY
FOR PANAMA EXPOSITION
ALAMEDA, June 'JO. — Several promi
r;ent loral businessmen, including F. N.
Delanoy, have inaugurated a movement
to have' this city prepared to profit by
the Panama canal exposition if that big
fair is to be held in San Francisco in
1915. The plan embraces the advertis
ing of the pity and Its attractions and
the, maintenance of an Alameda city
bureau at the exposition. -\u25a0;
Triavel Assured
Go East via Denver and
Kansas City over the
Southern Pacific
li I- -• • fC' fk '\u25a0 .. a set s»''i^i;
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byway of Cheyenne and
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r Finest equipment 1 and sc ry — dustiess,
perfect track— electric block signals— dining
car meals and service ' \ Best in the World . - *
For rates, reseryations»'etc., call on or address
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San Francisco, CaJ. , San Francjsco, -Cal. • ' wX;
MINISTERS CARRY
FIGHT TO NEVADA
Efforts to Prevent Jeffries*
Johnson Scrap Follow Pro*
moters to Sagebrush
OAKL-\XD, June .20. — War on the
big light in Nevada: was- declared this
morning by the members of- the Bap
tist ministers' union,' who met at the
First Baptist^church.^lones street and
Telegraph, avenue, to prepare a cam
paign. **In addresses and by resolution
the action of Governor Gillett of Cali
fornia in preventing the pugilists from
fighting .in this state was commended,
and resolutions- were framed by Rev.
L. K. Sawyqr of San Francisco express
ing the gratitude of the Baptists to
Gillett. *
But the mere banishing of 'the glove
battle from this state did not suffice,
for the ministers present all declared
in favor of- carrying the fight across
the. Sierra into the sagebrush. A tele
gram condemning the exhibition pro
moted by Gleasoii and Rickard as im
moral, . brutal and illegal was dis
patched, to Governor Dickerson; of
Nevada. A letter and telegram cam
paign against the contest was advo
cated by the ministers as a means of
enlisting the citizenship of this state
In the struggle' .to put the lid on the
fistic carnival in, Nevada. \u0084
Rev. William C. Spencer of Berkeley
drew up the message to Dickerson.
Rev. A. E. Woods, speaking on this
resolution,, said:
"We must telegraph the governor of
Nevada at once. Having gained a great
moral victory in this state, it Is up to
us to see that the disgrace so narrowly
averted in California be not attached
to the name of our nation."
Rev. C. M. Hill, president of the Pa
cific coast Baptist theological semi
nary, spoke on the: difference in the
California and Nevada laws. •
"While realizing that, prize fights are
allowed in the state of Nevada," he
said, "we must do all me can to urge
the governor of Nevada to take a moral
stand against holding the proposed
contest. It is a case of moral preserva
tion."
Several other ministers spoke. Rev.
F. M. Archer of Melrose was chairman
and Rev. R. M. Vaughan of the First
Baptist church of Berkeley was secre
tary, of the meeting. . i
RECORD ENROLLMENT
AT SUMMER SESSION
BERKELEY, June 20.— The summer
session of the university opened today
with an enrollment of 702, breaking all
previous records. It is believed by
Dean Charles 11. Rleber that tne at
tendance will be at least 200 more than
last year, when 625 were registered for
the six weeks* course.
Up to Saturday noon 734 applications
had been received, and of these stu
dents 702 enrolled' today for work. At
least 150 more are expected to register
this year. - There are 28 states and
territories, and two foreign countries
represented in the session.
This afternoon a university meeting
was held, and professors and students
became" acquainted at the gathering
held in the gymnasium. ' ........
More instructors may be engaged. .
j Suburban Brevities |
FORGER BENTEJTCED— dakIand, June 20.—
Fourteen years in Kolsom xras the ..sentence
imposed today l»y Jurtjtp Harris ou'Ocorgc
Wilson for pusslns a fictitious check. : '
SUIT FOR DAMAGES— Oakland. June 20.—
Suit for $6,000 damasrs for personal injuries
was hroupht today by C. Pourneau o^ain«t
Adnlph Rudellc, who administered a beating
to him.
ELKS TO PLAY BASEBALL— AIaroed.i. June
20. — The crack baseball team of Ahmeda
kxlpe of Elfcg will ro to San 'Jo*e next Sat
urday to play * team representing the Elks'
lodge of that city.
PLACED ON PROBATION— BerkeIey June 2ft.
James Provost, arrested by the police of this
city a week afeo for stealing two revolvers
from Nene CaDales of 2826 Kighth street,
w«x placed on probation until December S.
BENEFIT GAME BIG SUCCESS— AIameda. June
20. —^The benefit basebnll rame played yester
'f\*r by nine* from Alameda parlor of NatiTe
J*«n« and Alameda aerie of Kagles for tbe
widow and child of 'George 11. BoursulmJ-m
yielded about $400.
DELEGATE RETURNS FROM CONVENTION—
Oakland, June 20. — A reception is beinc
planned by the local court* of the Tribe "of
Ben Hur in honor of Mrs. A. P. Kelley. su
preme teacher of the order, who has just re
turned from the national convention of tbe
organization held at Crawfordsrille, Ind.
TPIEgSAJT^RMCISGOaGMiL. . TUESDAY./ JUNE 21. 1910.
Ethel Hamilton; - ;
11 Wealthy; Planter
ACTOR ASHAMED OF
HER, SAYS WIFE
Mrs. Albert Jolspn Declares
Husband Would Not Let Her
Meet His Relatives
OAKLAND, June 20.— Albert Jolson,
the minstrel, was ashamed' of his wife,
Henriette, according to the latter. Mrs.
Jolson sued for divorce today. She said
her husband refused to permit his rela
tives to know her or see her. .
Mrs. Jolson obtained an order of
court tying up what money. Jolson. has
in .bank. She declared that he is get
ting $350 a week, and she asked the
court to award her $400 a month ali
mony. - -
The pair were married in 1907, and
since . they , have traveled continually,
living in trains and hotels. Whenever
they took a train together, Mrs. Jolson
says, her husband left her in one car,
while he .went into another, and stayed
there until the end of the journey. lie
never permitted himself to be seen on
the street in her company unless it was
absolutely necessary, she said. . & ; > "\u25a0'•
All of this humiliated Mrs. Jolson,
she declared, but the .worst came when
they went to Washington', where her
husband was to appear on the stage.
He put her in "a hotel Ihere and then
went to call on his father and mother,
who live in Washington.: He refused
to take his wife to see them, she said,
and he told her that if by any chance
his relatives should come upon them
while they were together that he would
introduce her, not as his wife, but as
"Miss White.' 1 . * \
Hilda Shapiro was granted a final
decree of divorce today from Harry
Shapiro on the ground "of cruelty.
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Tender Feet
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which .
Draws Out All Inflammation
and Soreness.
This remarkable foot bath remedy is
Superior to Povnler, .Plaster or Salve
and is guaranteed to cure Corns, Cal-
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Ingrowing: Nails. Tired, Aching, Swol-
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Smaller Slioe.i Can Be Worn by using
TIZ, because it puts and keeps the feet
in perfect condition. " ;• . ; ,- -
TIZ is for sale at alUdrugglstp*. 25
cents per box, or direct If you wish
from Walter Luther -Dodge & Co.,
Chicago. 111. , ; .
Recommended and cold by' . .
The Owl Drug Stores
BY SEA AXD RAIL OR
. AliLi KAlij - '-.>"\u25a0\u25a0
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SCENERY AND SERVICE UNSUR-
rASSED • : ;. :
G. W. COLBY, Generai ;/ Agentv
655 MARKET ST., (Palace: Hotel)
DRONG TING SHEW
Chinese Famous Doctor. .
f. ' Over 10- years with
. • Oriental \u25a0 Dispensary,
-Chinese Tea and Herb
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cured . exclusively by
VC hin c s c Wonder-
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.varieties , used. . \u25a0 \u25a0
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: Chinese t Dras- Store,
-Wholesale and Retail.-
11-13 Brenhain Place, between Wash-
ington and Clay Streets, opposite
, Portsmouth Sauare'Park. >\u25a0...:;;:
Get off car at corner Kearay «nd Clay sts.
Telephone— China 650; Boms C 5223. Doctor's
office hoars — 10 to 12 a. " m. ; 1 to 3, \u25a0 7 to 9
p. in.: Sunday, 10 to 12 a. m.~ and;. 7, to 0 p, m.
, BRAI^OMTpPpiCES-
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will be received In • San Francisco at
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• 16TH ' AND : MISSION/ STRKETS'-
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>'i 2200 ; FILLMORE - STREET r - 4 -'-
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874 iVALEXCIAj: STREET
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XIXETKBXTH ST. "NEARi CASTROI
Maas^Bazaar. >, Phones; Mission c 2383^
ISLANDERS WIN
FAIR GRADUATES
Two Maids Who Became Ha=
jvaiiah Teachers Fall Vic=
thn to Cupid's Darts ;
BERKELEY. June 20.— -Of the^three
university graduates ,- who went from
the campus ; tw O ; years • ago to teach
school in ; . the islands, 'two'
are soon to-be married.- and rumor has
it'that the third- has. fallen 'before, the
darts of Cupid.i - 1 ./
r- A.bit.'cif interesting news which" has
reached^ this ;\u25a0' city .is the .approaching
marrjago , : of. Miss/ EtheK Hamilton of
the class .o f 1 905,',' wtio, : wi th Miss Jessie
McCorruJck, whose f engagement- to R.
Huhd.'/ofi: Honolulu, was 'recently^ an
nounced,: left f ol' /the 'islands with \u25a0\u25a0" a
third ' 'classmate! "c;.= "/- ';' . , . '...,.
Miss. Tlamilton. .-.wJiose . parents '.- are
members of a. well known" Rio: Vista
family, has named: July "17, for -her
wedding withy H:. .Witte, . a wealthy
planter iof the -Islands, and she is now
on her way: home;: ; v ;. . -
For the last, two" years Miss Hamil
ton has been teaching at the Kawaika
seminary of Honolulu and ! has ; resigned
her position to marry the man, of, her
choice.* McCormick will also be
married early .next month in the
islands. ,
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS
COLDS. AND HEADACHES
DUE TO CONSTIPATION.
BEST FOR MEMQMEN
AND CHILDREN-YOUNG
AND OLD.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIALr
EFFECTS-ALWAVS BUY
THE GENUINE.
MAMUttCTUREp BY_ THE
SOLD BYALi; LEADING DRUGGISTS
Ohe size only. Regular price soußorm
ATLANTIC OCEAX TRAVEL
Wireles* and Submarine Slgnaln.
m v ' 'l'o Lnndou, Paris,
n.l . -m Branca
« Af^TM '- Express Snilings.
I Vflli II \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' Tuesdays. ,'lO A. M.
'-'11' J VfA Ll l " Kronp. vninin. "June 2S
Plymouth ; K. WHh'm «|;Gr.July 12
Cherbours_ - • Cccilie.July 10
Bremen /"^ 1 "
ThursyslOA^^l^m^ll
P. F. Wm. (new) June 30
Barharosjtn. July 7 : ' ' ' '';
«j. Washington (new),' July It. ' \u25a0
Bremen, July 21 .
To Gibraltar, - -\u25a0.
Sailings Sats. 11 .A.M.' B I/\Yf/fl
Korli'n " (new) ':'. July It! M^l&\-t™
K. Albert. .....July od \u25a0""""\u25a0" 1
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Travelors rht-cki cnod nil orer.
.. thA^Torld. : ->.._- \u25a0 i.
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S Broadway, New York
Robert Capellc, «. A. V. C. 250 Powell st.
-.-. oppooHe St. Francis Hotel, San Fran-
cisco. Telephone — Kearny 4704. - . .;
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth— CberbourK—Southnmpton
Philadelphia— -Qucrnstown — Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York— London Direct : ; ;
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
New York — Rotterdam,- via Boulogne
RED-STAR LIKE
New-York— Dover— -Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
N.Y.-Queeriatown-Holyhead-Liverpbol
N.Y.-Pljrmouth-Cherbourg-Southampton
Boston— -Uueenaioivn— Liverpool - -
N. :,Yi : & BOSTON— MEDITERRANEAN
WHITE STARr-DOMiMION
Canadian Service Mall ' Steamers '/j ;
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G." N. KOEPPEL, Passenger Agent Pacific Coast,
'py- 310 Geary Street opposite St. Francis \u25a0
• Hotel. San Francisco.
Compagnie
Generate Transatlantique
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La Sar ole . . : June i 9 La . Prorerice . .Jnly %7' "
I La' Prorence. June 16 La Lorraine ..July 14 -, "
La < Lorralne.'Jane 2.*5 La Sarole. i V. July 21 i
La Sarnie.".: June 80 f.a ProTenper..Tuly 28'
FUGAZI - BROTHERS, .Managers Paclflo
Coast, CBO Montgomery st.,\ San Francisco
P. . FAGUET, : General «- Agent : for <U. S. and
Canada, 19 State jßt.r New York. ,~ ...
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; r Two Tdayß i on . the 1 beautiful ; st. : Law-
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route < to :Europe. > -,f ..x \ •' ,-.
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Eailirigs,* rates and booklet, v .mo)
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SPECIAL NORTH CAPE" CRUISE
"By S. 8. Tieteen from topeahasea July 7
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GAMES REPLACE
BURNED POWDER
Oakland to\ Hold "Sane" but
Lively Fourth for Its
/OAKLAND, June 20.— Although the
fire cracker and the sky rocket may be
forbidden to the children of Oakland on
tliel; fourth of July, ; the young folk of
the city will have no dearth of amuse
ment on the national holiday if they
participate ;in \ the; program of ; enter-/
tairiment which* has been /mapped out
by the playground commission.
In ; the Bushrod park, Tompkins and
Garfield playgrounds there will be pa
triotic exercises, games, .sports | and
amusements, of 'all sorts practically all
day. : ? SSuperintendentt t George E. Dickie
of the; playground commission has in-
Vited the: members of. all the Sunday
schools of the city to take part in the
festivities, and Mayor Mott, City At
torney Stetson and City Engineer' Tur
ner. have promised to visit each of the
playgrounds '-and ''.tell ...the young cele
brators what the holiday really means
and of the : duties; of citizenship which
it.i mposes upon them.
. PACIFIC OCEI4N 'TRAVEI*
. JS^. \u25a0 "Stoamers Irare from Broad-
ysVJi«^^y - way Wharros "(Piers 0
/v^KS^B n '' OTr "'^ 'ncludlns berth
LA .yP^TAj/ Special Round Trip Rates.
\!#>*J» : ' Jt<OS AKGELE3 .
SAX DIEGO
•SANTA BARBARA
l'rfnidont or Governor Alternate Mondays, 4 p. m.
'•Santa H05a. ..... . . ..Every- Thursday, 11 a. ;m.
•Only steamer 'calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIIIECT), TOWNSESD
TACOMA. VICTORIA. VANCOUVER
Connecting . at Seattle, for. Southeastern Alaska,
Skagway, Dawson, Fairbanks and all points on
ir_tbe 'Yukon.' _ •. ,
President or Governor Alternate Saturdays, 2 p.m.
City of Puebla, Queen or Uniati11a ;...... ...
........ . ."Alternate Tuesdays. 2 p. m.
?37.D0 Seattle and' return, lncv berth and meals.
EUREKA < HUMBOLDT BAY)
State of Cal......Junc 21, 2G, July 1, 6, 3 p. m.
. ETcry fifth; day thereafter, 3 p. ra.
GUAYMAS, 3IAZATLAN. LA PAZ
EXSEXADA, SAX JOSE DEL CABO, Ac
CURACAO..... ....Sun., Aug.: 7, 12 m.
LIiJAVE SEATTLE •
ALASKA CRUISES, 1010
Spokane. .June 28; July 12, 26; Aus. 9. 10 p. m.
Queen. ............... .........Ju1y 12, S p. m.
x Uight reserred to change this ehedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel. G33 Market
»t., 1G Market st. and Broadway wharf.
\u0084 Telephone Keaniy 402. ,
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5650.
C. V. DUN'AXN, General Passenger Agent.
\u25a0^B^ AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
gTOVJ STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Teiiauntepec Route
Iteerular Fast Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New, "iork every six days,
making direct connection with Pacific
steamers i sailing: '- from V Salina • Cruz,
Mex.," every -«lx days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European ports under „• through
rate and through bills of lading. Sail-
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM. Gen-
eral *> Agents, 8 Bridge street, /New
York; WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
v 310;Sansome St.. San Francisco.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. "Nippon Mara...... Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910
8. S. "Caiyo Mara" (ris, Manila) .....;. .
................... Tuwday, July 19. 1910
8. 6. "Teayo Kara" Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1910
\ Steamers sail from company's piers, Noa. 42,
44, near foot of Second Bt.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko-
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagasaki - and .Shanghai, and con-
necting at Hongkong with - steamers for I Manila,
India, etc. ; No cargo recelred on board on day
of sailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
\u25a0 For freight and passage apply at office. . 240
James Flood building. W: H. AVER?.
v. ~ " , ' • .. • Assistant General Manager.
•w mr Airai in II The sew, fast and ele-
I IHIIfll 111 II B»ntly fitted
I 91 IllllsV s>2s ° tons displacement.
\u25a0 11 811." FMils at Dnoa Jul ? fl -
I \u25a0 U> *\u25a0.. \u25a0 1910, for Honolulu aiuj
S. S. L.URL.IISE
13,000 Tons Displacement,
Sails noon June 28, \u25a0 1910.' for Honolulu and -Ra-
hulul. Round trip to Honolulu 'sllo. first class.
Mutgpn-Naylaratlim Co., 208 Market St.
"TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND — S.&
Marlposa sails 11 a.. m. I June 29. Special Ta-
. hit! round i trip $125, first class.
HfINMHI II s - s i erra (10.000 tons dis-
UUIIULULU pUceinent) sails 11 a. m. July
9,. 1010. "Special round trip $110, first class.
OCEANIC : LINE, 673 Mkt. ; \u25a0 tel.Kearny : l23l.
/^i^i Schedule Effective
(*@sffl ;June;l2,vl9lo
]^4w^ ,; UNION . FERBY DEPOT
: V -'fS-i^ : . ' .; '• •" : ; San \u25a0 Francisco :"
Leare^: 1 Via SAUSALITO. . Arrire
\u25a0;"* :4sa Petaluma. Santa Rosa, \u2666Healds-
. '. \u25a0• ' , burg, ,*Clorerdale, Guernerille, \u25a0\u25a0 '
Monte Bio, Duncan .Mills,
• \u25a0- 'Cazadero $9:05p
' 7:15 a Sonoma, Glen Elleu. •'-- 6:05p
T:-45a Petalums, Santa Rosa, Healds- - *
burg.J Clorerdale, •-> Uklata,
Wllllts,, Sherwood -;.*.;..;... , 7-35n
/'B :lsa Pt. • Reyea, Camp Meeker, Ca-
•;:\u25a0\u25a0- ' zadero- .........'............. 7:J5»
* S:4Sa Petaluma,' Santa Rosa. Guerne-
. rllle, Monte . Bio, Duncan
Mills (learea , from * Caza-
\u25a0--\u25a0" - . dero)- ........'.;.......:..... 7:05p
J9:lsa Sonoma, Glen E11en........... tS:35p
. t9:lsa Pt. ? Beyes :........... ;..-;;.-. . . ; |8:05n
10:45 a Petalnma, > Santa R0ca.. ...... 4:35b
12:40p Pt. Beyes. t Camp. Meeker,: Caza- *. .
, -. - •'\u25a0 dero-... .\u25a0-.....".. :.. ;..;...;. ••H:03»
3:15p Petaluma, • Santa -Bosa, Healds- ?:\u25a0- •
- I burg. * Clorerdale, Dkiab, Over- •-
', . XJerilie, Monte -^ Bio, -. Duncan - : '
.'o Mills, \u25a0' Sebastopol •, (to - Caaa- >
•i.:->- -dero Saturday and. Sunday).. li-OSa
\u25a0': J3:lsp Pt. * Beyes .1 :. . ; . ..'..—.•;;-... -. ; tslosp
4:45p Sonoma, : Glen E11en.. ... . . . .-. . . 0-03 a
: 6:16p Petalnma,"i Santa Rosa. .... ;'. .-. B:Ma
. 5:45p Pt.- Beyea, (leaTea^7:l3 p. m. : \u25a0_. ..
\u25a0•; ;;\u25a0' I' Sundays):,; ."..7>:V;t-..''. . .:*:.-. ' g ; c3 a
EIECXKIO BTTBtrEBA2r : VIA BAT7BAXITO.
• b*u«*ljto, \u25a0 Mill" Valley,; San" I*Rafae1 * Rafael ~ Dally
erery 30 : minutes ~ from \ 8:45 '\u25a0- a. \u25a0 m.*; nntll 0:43
a;: m: i hourly : until 2:45 p.-* tn. ,- then 3:15 p. tn
and eTCry, 3o. minutes until 7:45 p. m., tnen 9:00,
10:35 - p. ; m. and '• 12:01? a; y m. - (On • Sundays In
addition— Every •30 \u25a0 minutes from * 8:45 a. m. to
8:15 pi-m., exceptinr.2:l6 p.m.)" -v •- _\u25a0....., >
j ;; Fairfax— Leares 16:45. 7:15. 7:45.^8:15, 8:45.
9:15. 9:45. J10: 15. 10:45.- t11:15.< 11:45- a. m.
12:i5. 12:45. tl:15, 1:45. 2:45. 3:15. 3:43. 4:15
:i8. \u25a0\u25a0 5:15, ; 5:45, . 6:15, \u25a0: 6:43, ,t7:15, , 7:43, - 9.-00
110J33 p.-na-.' 213:015 a. 3 ra.' .; ;r. V. .. ; .. .
. San ftuentin tv Sanßafael — 5:45 a. m., 1:45
p.': nj.""*.';^.'.".''. rf:""r f : "" *\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0 v " I "- ! "-" > " 1 •"-;-" . ' - ': •. .
«. Tiburon and'Belvedera-i-Week days. -7:30, 9:00,"
i 10:43 a:ra."s(|l2:4sp. J .ni." r Saturdays only), 3:30.:
:30 -p.v m. <'- Sundays— 7 :3o. ! 9 :00, n :0O -a. m. :
12:30. - 3:30.; 6:SO p.m.'.Uod \u25a0 112:01 a.- m. /- /
\u25a0jl.' *Sundays« arrire - 7:03 -. p.? m. i- *»Monday . oaly.
Except Sunday.- JSunday only. •^Saturday only.
f Saturday • and- Sunday; only. ;» f Via* Sausalito.
' Pacific > Transfer; Company's agents "are author-
Ued j. to , check i baggage ; direct from ' residence. :\u25a0'.
; OCEANISHORE }RAILWAY \
;*: \u0084'•;?> .;^-.F.*-':S.': I .'Sstratt6n,' ; Bcoelrer » "'* '\u25a0\u25a0-''\u25a0
«'l.v>J2tij"& Mission"? sts.' daily— •8:00a.'.- ; }a":30a?, :
••10::;0a.^ •.::00ii.;>V.:40n.; ,? A>. ; s. =-'F/r dailr—
•7:2."ji.. s i»B:4oa.T,»2:oftp.^J"»:2Sp.-;- ; **B:iop':.-'
j \u25a0\u25a0:*, Arlcta;J?sTunitas :<Glfn:> stage; ior'tjan l Gre-
I gorlo!and TcscttUero.. **Suutlay ooly'Arleta.
H DATES OF SALE M
g| June 13/ 14, IS, 24, 25i 26, 30. August 1, 2, 3, 4, 22,' 23, 2&.J?'Z fe
gg July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 25, 26, 27. Sept- 1. 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 14. |Jj
i ROUND TRIP RATES i
* Wi Chicago ....; 72.50 Toronto .... 95.70 Philadelphia. 108.50 'W-'M
EH -.St.- Louis "... 67.50 Atchison ...60.00 8a1tim0re... 107.50 ig?
HH -Omaha ;.... 60.00 St." Joseph... 60.00 Washington. 107.50 HI
Kansas City. 60.00 Houston .... 60.00 Duluth 79^0
EH- Boston.;'..;. 110.50 Memphis ... 67.50 Minneapolis. 73.50 E^j
g^ -New York. . . 108.50 . St. . Paul . . . . 73.50 Montreal . . . 108.50 |p
Choice of Routes — St6pover Pri\-ileges— Long Limits. Wf
This- gives' a splendid opportunity to go BACK EAST at Ell
Eg small expense. - .v-.' §M
H TICKET OFFICFS J^l
@ 882 MARKET STREET 1120 BROADWAY S
H| .\u25a0;-\u25a0-'.-. ;•-• San Francisco; i'lT"-:- Oakland fM
Wm Use This Coupon for Particulars |i
M _C. A. Rutherford, Dist. Pass. Agent. iffi
g| - BS2 Market SLy San Francisco k*|
Send me full information in regard i,i_, *^f|
KB to above excursions. vT'O \rr^y^^wr^T7 &m
Wa I expect to go to. | jW^tffSyW | |i§
{599 Address .....«».«»«..«. •«•••••.••.•..• f* J
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM JUNE 12. 1910
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leare (Foot of Market Street) Arrire
2.15 a Niles. Tracr. I-itarop, Stockton,
< Lodi, Gait, Elk Grore, Sacramento.. 10.35 a
6.40 a Havward. Niles. San Jose. 7.C3a
7.00 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisua.
Dixon. Sacramento, KoseriUe, Marys-
rile. Redding Dunsmuir 7.28y
7.00 a Elmira. Vacarule. Rumsey..... 7.28p
7.00 a Davis, Woodland (MarysriHe. Oro-
rille). WiUiams. Maxwell. Willows,
- Hamilton, Cornin z. Red Bluff. . . 7.28 i
7.40 a Vallejo, N'apja. Calistoga, Santa Rosa.
Martinez, baa Ramon, Urenaore... 6.08p
7.40 a Niles. Pleasanton, lirermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton 7.28s
7.40 a Tracy, Los Banos. Kerman, Fresno. 4.28s
B.ooa Newark, San Jose. Los Gatos, Wright.
Fdton ( Boulder Cr eek), SanU Crus . . . 5.48*
8.20 a Port Costa, Martin es, Byron, Tracy,
' Stockton, Merced, Fresno, Gosßra
Junction (Hanfard, Armona), Visalia.
Porterrille. BakersSdd 4.48»
8.20 a Yosemite Valley ria Merced. 4.48»
9.00 a Niles. Lirermore, Stockton (»Milton).
Valley Spring. lone. Sacramento 4.289
9.00 a Sonora, Tuolumne and Ar.s'ls 4.28?
J 9.00 a Atlantic Express— Sacramento. Truc-
kee, Oeden. (Lake Tahoe), Salt La!ce f
\u25a0 .. - City, , Denver, Kineis City. Omaha. , ;vi £.*'
Cbicato. 8.23 a
9.40 a Richmond. Port Costa, Uartiaes. -
Bay Point.". ..,. 6.48 i
10.20 a Vallejo Mare Island, Napa. .......... 1 1.28 a
10.20 a Los Angeles Passe njcer— Port CosU,
Martinea, B.vron. Tracy. Stockton.
*: '. Merced. Frevio, (Hanford. Coalinja,
Visalia.) Bakersfield, Los Angelrs. . . . 7.48 a
10.40 a San Francisco Overland Limit«<l—
Denver, Kansas City, 8C Louis,
Omaha, Chicago 5.28b
1120 a Shasta Limited— Portland. Taroma,
Ssattle ;.... 9.181
l2J»a GoldSdd Pass.— Port Costa. Benicia.
Sacramento, Truckee, Uazen, - Wa-
buska -(Yerlngton, Mason). Miaa,
Tonopah, GoidSeH. Laws, Keeler.... 7.43 a
; 1 2.00n Marysville, Chico. Red Blu3 4.28 i
1 .20p Niles, Irrinztan, Saa Jose 2.48»
1.40p San Leandro, Kiles. Ceatervflle. f 9.08 a
Newark, San Jote.. 1 7.28 a
l.40» Newark, Saa Jose. Lo» Gatos, Wrishi,
Felton (Boulder Creek). Santa Cnu. . 9. 1 81
2.40p San Leandro, Niles. San Jose.. 928 a
3.00» Benicia, Winters. Sacramento— Wood-
land, Marysville. Ororflle— Yolo. .
Arbuekle. Williams. Willows 10.48 a
3.20 i Port Corta (Stockton). Martinet, / 12.08p
Brroa, Modesto, Merced,' Fresno.. \ I |.|Bp
4.00p Vallejo, Napa. Calistoga. Santa Rosa. : -
• : Martinet, San Ramon, Lirermore. . . 928 a
AMp NQes(Centerraie).l4rermore,Traey.i 1028 a
Stockton, Lodi ,\ 11.18 a
AAOp Saa Leandro, Hayward. Mies, Pless-
'. ' , - anton. Lirermore, Tracy, Newmaa,
Kerraaa, Freno.... w:...... 1 1.18s
B.oop Vallejo, Port Costa, Benicia, Eacra-
< mento. RosarSle, Marysriile, Ororjila 1128 a
5.00 a Ruwell, San Jose, Los Gat 05 . ........ 9.28 a
|5.00p Wrkht, Felton, SanU Cru» a9.28a
6200 Saa Leandro. $1 ilee. Saa Jose 7.48 a
• 5.43 a Via Sausalito, West Napa. St Helena.
Calistoga... |0.35 a
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angflfs B.oB*
8.40p Eaatera Expreie— Ogdea. PueUo, Dea-
\u25a0 rer, Kansas City. St. Louis. Chicago. .
Port Costa. Benicia, Sacnaiento.
Reno, Sparks. .'. .....v • 8.28)
6.40p Lake Tahoe Sleeper..... 7.48 a
. • 6.40p Harvard, NHes and San Jo?e 6.48p
. J7.00p Vafiejo, Port CwU. Martinet, Bey
- Pointand Way Stations.. JII.IB*
7.40p Richmond, Port Costa,- Martinet,
- -Cornwall, Tracy, Lsthrop, Btoektoa. • 1 2.48 »
B2op Oregon Express— Daris, (Sacramento),
- r-c.r. .Willows, Keddins (Klamath Falls),
Ashland, Portland. Tacoma. Seattle.
,' Spokane. 9.28 a
9.00p China aad Japan Fast Mail— Ogden.
Chevenae. Dearer, .Kaneaa City.
'»; sjii- . Omaha, Chicaco ........:.. 2.48?
I 9JOOp Port CosU. Benicia, Sacramento. Col-
fax. Truekee. Reno, Sparks, Osdca.. 2.43?
'„, 9.40p Yosemite Valley Sleeper via Merced
to H P0rta1....".;.....:.. BJ2a
•.40p • Bakersfield , McKittrick, Moaarch.
Moron, Fe110w. .. ....../....-.... 8.28 a
9.40p Richmond. Port ; Costa, Tracy, Mo-
, desto, Merced., Fresno, Hanford,
- CorULnja, Visalia. Tulare.. 828 a
ILOOpSta Lsandro. Niles. Saa Jose ........ 7X8%
' 11. 40p Portland Express —Sacramento. Xfarvs-
. rille. Red Bluff, Weed. AthhnA, Roes-
bnrg. Portland. Tnmma. Settle. \u25a0.... 1228p
( HETHERLAND"S ROUTE— Frem Pacific, Street Wharf
Colliniville, Emmaton. Rio Virta. Irfeten, Ryde. Wal-
tut Grore, Vorden. CourtLind, CUrksburz. Sacranento.
I Sttamtr Nivajs, leares San Franeieco 8:00 a. m. dally
1 'txcept Sunday, stopping at points thovn. arnrir j Sae-
.-aaeato 6:00 p.m. Leares Sacramento 9:00 p.m. daily
\u25a0ncept Sunday (no stops ea route), axririog Saa Fran-
. ilsco 550 a.m.
Steamer Modoe or Apache, feares San Francisco 1.00
:?.m. Daily, except Sunday; arrive Saa Francisco 11.30
\u25a0>.m.": .- ;\u25a0;--\u25a0 .'.•'\u25a0 \u0084.'\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0 .-
3AKLAJID; HARBOR FERRY— From- San Trintluo.
Mif lc«t Strut Wharf— Week Dars— Hourly froa 6XO
. a.ra. to 0.00 p.m. Sanday?— 6.4s, 8.15. 9.43. 11.15
r a.m., 12.43. 2.15. 3.45. 313. 6.<5. 8.15 and C.iS p.m. -
..LOCAL FERRYTRAINS— VU Alamefia Pier,
r* Oakland and Alameda— l«. 10. |8. 45 a.m., and then
10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7 45 p m * then
- 130. 9.15, 10.00, 10.45, 11.10 p.m. and 1115 ajn.
Tt Alanrnda and Fruitvale via Hortethee tame as a bore.
X for Morning, p for Afternoon, t Sunday excepted.
• X Buaday.only. ** J Saturday aad Sunday ealy. \u25a0
I '- '.\u25a0\u25a0•-• \u25a0 and Monday only. -
.Union: Transfer Co.' authorized to cheek Baggage
'lirect from residence. \u25a0 ' -- ' \u25a0--*\u25a0- ' •
jdsks± muir woods
TAMALPAIS
' VIA SAUSAUTO FERRY
\u25a0^Hr' foot or imrkit street .
• -\u25a0 Rowctl Trig ! trow tw Franortw. $1 JO
. Li.ln ftnclsta . UtlifcWieti Twiipis
Weekday SaaJay Weetday _S nad»y_ Weekday saa«lay
9:45 a - 8:15« t7:2oa i]J:OOs 7:20* 110:10 a
> ,9:15 a 11:45 a 1:40p -11:1S«
\u2666 4:45p .9:45 a G2:4op 12:50p -12:40p
....... IB: 5a 4:20 a j2:4op a 9:50p 2:32p
....... 1j:45a;..t.:: ;3:50p; 3:50p ...... :3:45p
...... J : ;sp ..:;.. 5:20 p.:.... 5:18p
\..... r2:45p ...... .- S:4op ...... 6:40p
;:;V:V. »4:isp®ToMt. Tamalp aiaonly ;..v..
•To Mnir Sat. only. ;.J; .J t Mon. only, a Sat. only. 1 Moir onljv
' : : Ticket ; Ofiees— Ssuralito Ferry and 87$ Market '
\ , Gfoeral Office— MM Valleor, Califonjia - - ' ;
rTiren •! TaoaJiahiirt *Utt to", trt Uius im hr atta
RAILWAY TRAVEL
VIA COAST LINB
Lea™ (Third aad Townaend Streeta) Arms
t&2Sa Loojy— 23d Street. Viwtaeicn, South
Saa Fnoeisco, Valencia Street 16.33*
f5.35* L«op— Valencia Stre«t, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South *?*n Francisco,
23d Street. 3rd and Towneend tS.43 1
6.2Ca South Sis Francisco, Saa Jose. Gilroy,
(Hollister), Sargent, Pojaro, Watson-
Tille. Santa Cnji. 7.50f
I* 7CC* Monterey Sunday Excursion 10.5 C»
t/.CO» South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto. San 1 t7.2Ca
Jote, Way Stations J 7.30 a
7.00 a Majrfidd. Los Altof. Ui Gatos Xl2Bf
8:00* Shore Line limited— Paso Roblei
Hot Springs, Santa Barbara. Los
Anjeles 9.309
8.05* The Coaster— San Jose. Pajaro (Wat-
sonTille. Santa Crui). Cirtroville,
(Del Montr. Monterey. Pacific Grore),
• Salinas. i:o!edad. Paso Robles Hot
Springs. Saa Luis Obispo, Surf.
(Lompoc\ SanU Barbara. Ventsra.
Oznard. Los Anjeles 1!.43>
8.20* May add. Los Altos. Los Gatos, V.'njht,
Clenwoodfßonlder Creek). Santa Cms.
WataonTille. CastroTDle, Del. Monte,
Monterey, Paciac GroTe 8.199
9.00 a San 3ose. Gilroy, Salinas. Paso Robles
Hot Sprinzs, ban Luis Obispo — Tr«s
Pinot— Watsonrlle, Santa Crua, Del
• Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grore. .... . 4.00 J
10.40 a South San Francisco, Buriingams, Saa
Mateo. Palo Alto. Eaa Jose tS.3Os
1 0.40 a Los Altos. Monta Vista, los Gatof. . {
1 1.30 a Valencia Street. Oceaa Vie*. Cola a.
Cemetfri-j. Baden, San 8run0...... 1.35 a
1 1.40 a South San Francirco. San Jose tB^Ca
l.00» Saturday Pilo Alto Local S.CC»
2.00s Del Monte Express— San Jose. Gilroy.
Sarjsnt (WatsonTille. Santa Cnu).
Del Monte. Monterey, Ptcifis Grove.
(Salina.) |2JO>
2.03? South Saa Francisco. Pab Alto. Saa
Jose 8.40 a
f2.OSp Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gates. .. t3-20»
3.00» South San Francisco. Saa Mateo, fiaa
Jose. Gilroy, Trea Pinos, Salinas. ..« 10.10 a
3.00p WatsoariUe. Santa Cms. Caatrorali*.
-. Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grore. 10.10 a
3.15 a Mayfield. Los Altos. Los Gato*. Wrigßft .'\u25a0 \u25a0 •
(Boulder Creel). Saau Cnu 1 1.03 a
4.00 a SUnset Ezoreta — Tuc.«on, Deminc.
El Pan, Houston. New Orleans,
Paso Roblei Hot Sprints, Saa Lnia
Obispo. Santa Barbara an i Los Aagdea 10.33*
*Mp Kansas City. Et. Louis, Chicajo 10.53 a
4.20 a South San Fraaciaco. baa Jose t&OOs
t4.55p Mayfield. Los Altos, Los Gatos. Glra-
wood. Fwtoa (Boulder Creek). 8«t»
Cnu tl-IBpi
fSXOf Boriintjame, San Mateo. Pab Alto, - - j
• Saa Jose and Way Stations., i 9.40 a
t5.Q5? L00p— 234 Street, Visitacios. South •
Saa Frandaco, Valencia, Street 18.15 i
t5.20» Red*ood, Pib Alto. Saa Jose. 1 . 1 0»
t3.20» Los Altos, Monta Vista, Loa G5t0»...5t3.20r
t5.25a Burlingame, Saa Mateo, San Jose.. ...h f3.20s
. t3-30» Loop— Valea'aa. Street. Oceaa View. v
Cemeteries. South Saa Fraaeiseo. v
23d Street. 8d and Townsend fB.4of|
8.40f Eaa Bruno. Saa Mateo. Red-wood. Palo I
Alto. Santa Clara, Eaa Jose 7.33 a
J5.40* Los Altos. Los Gates. Santa Cnu* . . . 19.40*
t8.00» Millbrae. Saa Mateo. Palo Alto. May
- field. Los Alton. LesGatoe t&OOs-
. t6.05» 23d Street, Visttacion. South Saa • *
Francisco. Valencia Street f7.ISp
4125} Loop— Valencia Street. Oceaa VW,
Cemeteries. South Saa Fraaeiseo. \u25a0
23d Street. Id and Totrcsend f7-3Oj
' 8.30b South San Francisco. Eaa Jore 5.40>.
B.oop The Lark— Paso Robles Hot Sprinp,
Santa Barbara. Los Asgrtet 9.30 a •
8.05 a Los An«Jcs Pawn jcr— Gilroy. Salinas. • .
Paso Robles Hot Springs. San Luis
Obispo. SanU Barbara and Lei Angeles 8.30 a'
fIOJOy Saa Jose asd Way Stations 7.20t.
11.459 South San Fraacuco. Palo Alto. San
Joae 7.43»'
LOat FERRY TRAIN J-Vla Oakland Htr~,
To Oaklaad. Berktley. Berryman..East Oakland and!
Fruitvals— Daily— From B.CO a.aa^ and rrery twentyl
minutes until 7.00 p.m. JadosiTe: thea 7.40,. 8^0.1
0.00. 9.40, .10.20. IUXX IUO p.au 12^0 tzi';
I^o ajn. ' ,; • .
Te Sather and Mslrote vta Seventh St.— Da3y— Frooj
6.C0 a.m« and eTerr twenty mL-ratfs rxntil 7.C0 p.m.l
iaeluiiTe. then 7.40, 8.20. 9J». 9.40. 10.20. iUO.i
and 11.40 pjt ...
To Stonehurrt— Da2y Except Sunday— «.oo. 7.00. 8.00.*
9.00 ajn.. 2.20. 3.00. 4.00. 5.00. 5.40 pja. Surday,
onlr 900 10.00 aja.. IXO, 2.00, 3.00. 4.00. SJDO,
5.40 Bjn. -
To Oakland First St. F.-.-itvilt, AJameda. via HorwthM
—Daily— Froa tBCO. 6^o aja. and erery twenty
minutes until 8.20 a.m. indusire; then 9.C0. 6.20,
10.00, 10.20. 11.C0. ll.Joa.rn.. 12 n., 12.20 .1.00.1.3).
2.00. 2.20, J.CO, B^o. :3.40 pjn. and e-rery t»enty
minutes until 7 p.m. rncusir*; 7.40. 5."3, 9.00. 9.40.
10.M. 11.00 and 11.40 pjo.. 12.20 and L2> ajn.'
Additional train to Oakland First St/ 2.15 a.m.
T« West Berkeley— Dafly Except Sunday— Frota 6.00
ajn. and eTery twenty minutes until $.20 a.ra. indu-
«iv»; thea 9.00 aja. and erery hour until 4.C0 pjn.'
indas-re: thea 4.20 pja. aad erery twenty minutr*
until 7.00 p.m. indusire; thea 7.40 pjn^ 6\20. 9.00,
9.40. 10.20. 1 1.00. 1 1.40 pja. and 12.20 ajo.
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