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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
BIG IMPROVEMENTS
MARK REALTY BOOM
Municipal, Corporation and Pri«
vatc Ventures Show Faith
in Oakland's Future
OAKLAND. Sept. 15.— Important
among the many municipal, corporation
••' and public Improvements that give evl
. dence of Oakland* growth and pros<
..' perity and Indicate future development
: In the realty market is the work of
• -widening the space between the elec
•.-•tric railway tracks in Broadway be
• tween- Fourteenth and Water streets,
now being carried out by the Oakland
: company..
; T^TV'hen the tracks that are being
. shifted were laid on the roadbed of
\u25a0V- the former San Pablo avenue cable car
: line the intervening space was ample
- to insure public safety. Modern de
' velopment and increase in traffic as
r . the result' of growth in population
• made it necessary to relegate the old
:i cars to the scrap pile. The largest
-. and latest types of trolley cars were
\u25a0• installed and were so broad that there
J was no room for any one to stand be
! tween the tracks without risk of hay
)", ing his limbs crushed by v the foot
'\u25a0:\u25a0 boards of any two cars that might
\ .pass at the came time. In the interest
\u25a0'\u25a0:.-• of public safety it became imperative
that the tracks should be shifted far
ther apart and the traction company
\u25a0' ordered the Improvement,
v . A large force of track layers has
'\u25a0: ' commenced the work in lower Broad
•- :.^ray and the old rails will be sup
- /planted by new ones of finest man
"\u25a0\u25a0'. ganese steel.
'-.\u25a0'\u25a0 BUSINESS BLOCK. BUILDING
• ' Activity in business block building
.. .!s noted east of Broadway in Thir
•: teenth ami Fourteenth streets, where
.the R. A. Perry block, the big Oakland
: . iiQtel, the Polytechnic engineering col
lege building and other projects are
well under way. The buildings men
\u25a0\ tioned will represent an aggregate ex-
V; penditure of approximately $1. 250,000.
•.; The hotel structure is farthest along
:'.'• in construction. the massive steel
:\ frame being partly in place.
V Broadway will not be outstripped In
y. the improvement and building race.
'" Many firms Are busy planning either
.'-. the erection of modern busines blocks
<l or the remodeling of their premises.
is tills noticeable in the
f-nd. where the Realty syndi
;: eate and Security bank are about to
1 begin work on two Important building
V' enterprises thai will add to the list of
.\u25a0 . sky sc-rapers. \
WATER FROM A\D PARKS
'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 Values near the water front continue
to ascend by reason of the municipal
'- ' improvements under way there and ;
["• the operation of the Western Pacific \
'. company. Property holders are cllng
.'; ing to their holdings, foreseeing future
I- 'profits, and many buildings and im
\u25a0\u25a0 .provements are planned by firms that
; realize that the time has come for a
-.-. step forward.
''• The park commissioners have or
. dered that the two triangles formed by
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' the curving of Eleventh and Thirteenth
> streets into Twelfth from Fallen
'.: toward the Twelfth street dam, be
\u25a0'parked at once, and this will mark the
'.; beginning of work !n the beautificatlon
-..> of the Lakeside district. "
V Demand for modern private dwell
'\u25a0; Ings continues strong. The number of
::• building permits applied for at the'
; ' tioard of public works during the week |
! " *hows a substantial increase, while |
;•'• the 'total amount Involved is $78,431 !
• more than that of the previous week.
:;;. The first, fifth and seventh wards agafh
\u25a0:. .lead in building ventures, which shows
.'•'• the phenomenal rate at which the out-
X?, skirts of th* city are building up. Fol-
V lowing is the summary:
\u25a0-. •; PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS
j"T BuiMiaps— No. of- Permits. Aints.
"r 1 j-tory rtwpninjTK 25 $34,655
• \u25a0'\u25a0l\ i > MorV «lweliicss 2 3,600
\u25a02 «<*ry <lnre:ilugs 11 C 1.115
: -J. etory flats 1 7,500
-'•: *' ftory SO r. cpts. and stores 1 5T..000
\u25a0Aj (.mtt office and store b\&g. 1 ".(**)
•V^> ttorj- ftorrs 2 \u25a0 4.300^
\u25a0 .\u25a0•*\u25a0 ftow 4 room sclioo'.housp . . . 1 7,000
.. 1 <rory planin? mill 1 «00
Garsgcs. ra.a!i frame* trd b&rns 4 - - ' £05
'./ Aiterati:,Si.. adOltiiins and repairs 41 12.083
:"- Tuta! ..:... 90 $174,258
EEPORT Bt WARI>S
. Van ward t .21 $46,260
' •. S*cond ward 0 4,430
• Tbliri ward *. 4 865
: - . J"ot:rt!j ward •« • . - 53.050
V- Jtrth arjud IT &4,iSO
•' BlxtJi v.aid 8 1,735
\u25a0 SeTcatL vtrd ;.2S' 30.758
•- Total .....00 J174.25S
I- IU2ALTV DEALERS' OPIXIONS
i • Reports from realty dealers as to
;."' marjket conditions follow:
:'\u25a0 . F. E. Reed, subdivision manager of
• the Laymance real estate company,
'" : e-cld:
\u25a0" An In'.er^stiap fact ia connection with Ro;t
t- Hide* 1 t£!e« l* the Urge percentage of buyers
.' *i.o are taking snore ti.*n on» lot. Though the
'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 e'.ti^'.e iot« ai-e lars«, av*>ra£in; i 0 feet la Rock
:\u25a0 R\difi. \itrle nod CO feet In the plaef. many want
•;. ' «-Tf-n Isrjrr homesltey, *6 Imj- two and «yen
|f thTe lots. VTp Uan> bpfcii surprised to find the
: . <l<'uand fi»r larje hoaicsitps co great. When we
; 'pzr. U<>ck lUdee place cwj 'tbe Eiarket it was with
;\u25a0\u25a0 korar tns>siri;is* iliet we set ol a number of
'.; double sites, 120 foot frontages. Vet those b!s
:\u25a0 • propertUs were amo&z the first «oM. 1 era sat
~." lf-fi<-<3 that tlicre ure buyers f/ir lar^re homeoltes
«n<l I believe they arc naturallr attracted to a
• wtich makcE « fpeclalty of them. A
*." tnas wbn Is fuiap to Kpend 5A.009 or more for
liis host'; Is cot ?o;a? to iipsltttte orcr an extra
thftifnad or bo on tie price If It jirea him
r.flfli»a ruwa for r«rden« and lawns. Now that
\u25a0 - hrildinsr In Rock Rldfre bar begun 'n earnest it is
i pr-r.rri'i to tii« moxt carnal obs^rrer that we •
l.«Tf a. borne district nnequaled la beauty and
;' . esclusivpnefs by anything on tte coast.
TR.VXSITIOX OF SKASOXS
JS. B. Bull, manager of the^Frank K.
2« tt company, said:
Xi tUat peMiliarJy trtsEitSTe period of the year
• bftween rumsicr and fall, such a« we arc vow
t:n<3erco?i!g. we are jestified In expecting a spell
' -of laaetiTity in city real csute. And in oplta
of this we tare found that Grand ' Arenne
. teljhts Is doing well, as witness the sale of
•two Dapnlflcent r«l<leMC*>B In the tract thlK week
to two wealthy IIu:uhol(!t county men who hare
been uttracted to Oakland , as a place of resl
'. de:icc. The hmiws were bnllt l»y Lester BelJf
and are beautiful specimens of- modern home
' bu'.lSlojr. •
On a naturally smaller «cale there Is some
ectlrlty In Eastlaw.q. which is becoming better
known every day ts a a admirably situated point
• for suburban residence." The laying of gaspipes
. along the front of the track was completed this
we^k. and with wat*r and sewer facll'.tles-in
*tal!ed and poles from, the electric light plant
placed on the property, we are equipped to give
h«n>e tiuilders in the tract ev«ry comfort and
a*roramodation. - , \u25a0•--.
.It f» satisfactory lo tig to learn that work on
the Orand avenue streetcar line extension will
ik.w- I* rushed to completion at an' early date.
Shortly aftrr the fir«t of the year there will be
the most effective oar service in Oakland, gkirt
lng Crand Av*nne heights al<rng Ituwitlre'west
ern frontecp. and property ttlucs, which are now
:• «Amparatively low for this class of residence
property, will Increase from 25 to 50 per cent., ,
• FRLIT FROM HDIBOLDT
*. I am not at liberty yet to cay much In regard
• ••.•«« new properties knows as the Fort Seward
ranch in Huraboldt eoanty," which we-porchased
three months sgo. We hare had Inquiries!ga
lore us to prices for orchard lands and ton-nslte
."; lots, but inasmuch as we have not yet surveyed
. the entire 22.000 acres It is Impossible . to con
• sider reservations. _\
Mr. Crown and my6elf brought down with os
from the little orchard at the edge of the town
.- .site Rome apples and pears which- are*aeknowl
otlged by Albert Etter. the famous hortlcultor
ißt. to he equal to any fruit be has ever tseen
XH'wu In the west. - .' • ;
JvWe were ngreeaWy surprised to leant that the
>«J«rthwestern l'acific railway company, which .is
• <h-":tz Its upmost to complete th« gap between
Wiiiitk and SUively, pawing through Fort Seward
V>wn*!:e. has decided to- tunnel through \u25a0 the
I*ruitland hilL Just north of oor. property, 1 this
TTiutor. instead of waiting until next-year. -This
means that by the summer of.lflll Fort- Seward
»1H be In direct communication with Eureka.' and
within a year thereafter. tl»e entire I line will . be
©pen tfOm San . Krancleco . to Eureka/ 'At the
. ridiculously low price which { we paid J for our
acreage properties we thall be enabled to place
RAILROADS RUSH WORK ON NEW
BERKELEY AND OAKLAND TRACKS
Southern Pacific road maker aitvoT^'near- entrance lo Thousand Oaks, [Berkeley.^
on the market within .two years orchard land of
unparalleled quality at prices which will aston
ish orobardlsts who are- accustomed to paying
$£50 and $400 per acre for bare land.
BUILDIXG IX, BERKELEY
BERKELEY, Sept. 16.— The buiUing
of homes in Thousand Oaks, Berkeley,
has begun, although the property has
been on the. market only a short time.
R. C. Newell's home, for which William
Knowles is the architect,* is well under
way. It is in the English style of
architecture and will cost between
$8,000 and $9,000. Mark Pw Daniels is
also building ; In. Thousand Oaks. His
Swiss chalet Is being erected on a site
where the large rocks form a grotto
and suggest the outlines 'for the gar
den. Between .this and Newell's home
TV. C. Murdock, cashier of the Western
national bank, will build a plaster
house costing $8,500.
Large forces of men are bringing the
street work into good shape. The
oiled macadam pavement on the Ala
meda will be completed in another
week. When this Is finished It means
that there will be a broad, well paved
boulevard from Berkeley to the heart
of Thousand Oaks. . '.-'; -
It nas been decided by the Kewall-
Hendricks company to sell Arlington
heights at the same time as Thousand
Oaks. Arlington heights is an exclu
sive tract Just east of Thousand Oaks
and south of the 20 acre site upon
which J. H. Spring will soon build his
$100,000 home. ; Only villa homesites
ranging from a fourth acre to an acre
will be sold in this tract, and the
building restriction will be $10,000.
Xewell feels confident that there is a
sufficient demand for large homesites
upon which to build expensive resi
dences to make it an easy matter to
dispose of the 50 homesites which con
stitute Arlington heights.- The Crocker
tract and Claremont court are the only
other subdivisions on the Berkeley side
of the bay which have a $10,000 re
striction. As Arlington- heights will be
within five minutes' jyalk of two rail
road Btatlons, the Hopkins street Key
Route and the electrlqlzed Southern Pa
cific on the Alameda, It offers excellent
advantages to San Francisco capital
ists.
Alameda Builders Busy
ALAMEDA, Sept. 16. — Building
shows a tendency to pick up and within
the last two weeks a number of con
tracts for dwellings considerably above
the average in cost and construction
have been let. The south side Is receiv
ing much attention from home seekers.
Unimproved lots in that part of the city
are* rapidly getting 4 scarcer and choice
locations are held at high prices.
Joseph H. Durnay has with his family
moved Into a new residence in Dayton
avenue. .Dr.- W. O. Smith is preparing
to have a home built near the south end
of Grant street. 'j
The two story business block erected
by the Alameda savings bank in Park
street north of the present building of
the bank Is receiving the finishing
touches. The entire lower_ floor has"
been leased. . . " \u25a0
Y. M. C. A. TO RALLY
IN NEW BUILDING
Bible Study Classes Will Hold
Big Meeting in Gymnasium
I of Structure '
OAKLAND, Sept. 16.— With the new
home of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation nearlng completion at Twen
ty-first, street-., and Telegraph avenue,
the directors have arranged a great
bible' study rally to.take place in the
gymnasium of the edifice Sunday|after
noon, September : 25. - ; The program will
include music and' addresses ; and' the
presentation of ( diplomas to i those ..who
passed the last year's study class exam
inations. '\u25a0.'-: -V \u25a0'\u25a0':\u25a0'/-.'_ .
F. . L. - Starrett, 'general secretary of
the association, expects -that, from 1,500
to 2,000 men will; take; part: ln the big
rally;- •;.'; \u25a0' - ; ' : --. >: ' - r - •'[- :':: ': : '--^ ' ; .
The associalion""lß making, plans for
an elaborate Christmas i festival ) to -be
held in the new home Jto cbntlnue^for
a week. The tentative date for this
affair is December.il/' /'..;..
Work -on : the interior is progressing
rapidly^ and* the^directors^hope soon" to
announce definitely: the "date. o( comple
tion.' "The l structure- wllKube- fully,
equipped for the many activities of the
of .its features, will , be
the dormitory department: for young
I men. "IiSBBSBBB^r-' >•••-.\u25a0.-•-."^ \u25a0-%\u25a0\u25a0- :;: •'*\u0084 •' :\u25a0.\u25a0'\u25a0'•
T,he educational- classes will be amply
provided : for,- and special attention .will
be given the 'athletic, equipment. >'
I NSURANCE AGENT IS
\u25a0} ACCUSEDjASiEMBEZZCER
; OAKLAND, 5 Sept.' 16.— F. : A. /High, 30
ye^rs old, ' an agenf for j the §, West Coast"
life-insurance i company, was arraigned
before Police Judge Smith'this morning
on a charge ; of , misdemeanor ; embezzle
ment and was given ;until; tomorrow* to
plead. He is ? charged by .his- employers
in the -local , .officer of Uhe^ company^with'
withholding j $170? ih'y small r sums from
collections made in:the-last few months.
TRAIN KILLS MAYOE— Douglas. v Ga.. Sept.-10.
\u25a0 The \u25a0 Georgia I and j Florida | passengers train I from
, Valdoeta collided i with' the . automobile of i T."= 8.
; -Price. Jn thlscity; today.'* killing" Mayor iF.;L.
I Sweat >of Douglas «nd Injurijig :l'rlce.' ; -.
THE :SA^;FRANGISCO CALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910.
JUNIORS PREPARE
FOR FESTIVITIES
Committees to Arrange Pro
f ram for Day When Class
Will Hold Sway
BERKELEY, Sept." 16.— Newton B.
Drury, college debater and. Carnot
medalist', last year, has been given .the
leading" place for the junior day fes
tivities by Junior Class President
Harry G. Gabbert, and he •will at once
commence to organize the students for
the, events of junior day, second In col
lege activities to the ; commencement
of the gra'duates.j - ; V :
"Assisting Drury will be a number of
committees which'-wil^ handle. the vari
ous- details of the program for the day,
which is annually devoted exclusively
to the juuior class. ' , /
. The committees are:
Farce— B. ir. Einstein S (chairman), ,B, H:
Clork. W. E. Randall, M. A. Cartwright, N. S.
Mlckel. B. G. Clewe. Katherlne McElrath, Caro
line Teiehert, Harriet Ehrenberg, Hazel' Hund,
Hollace Sharr.; .- -, \u25a0 :\u25a0..\u25a0;\u25a0.., j .,.-'-:.' .-•-..
"Prom" dance committees: .Arrangement* —
S. G. Wilder; (chairman), S. do la Cuesta. B. D.
HAIR HEALTH
If You Have Scalp or Hair
Trouble, Take Advantage
of This Offer
"We could not' afford \u25a0so - strongly
Indorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and con-
tinue to sell if ax we do If we were
not certain that v it would do air we
claim it will. , Should our 'enthusiasm
carry us away and Rexall r','93" Hair
Tonic not give entire satisfaction to
the users, they would lose faith' in us
and our statements, and In consequence
our business prestige would suffer, i
. Therefore when we assure you that
if your hair is beginning jto unnat-
urally fall out, or if you have any scalp
trouble, Reball "93" Hair Tonic will
promptly eradicate 'dandruff, stimulate
hair growth and : prevent , premature
baldness, you may rest assured that we
know- what; we are talking about.: -
; Out of one hundf ed test cases Rexall
"93" Hair, Tonic gave | entire satisfac-
tion in ninety -three cases. * It has been
proved that it will grow hair even ion
bald heads, when, of course, the r bald-
-ness had not existed for so long a time
"that the; follicles,^ which are the roots
of the hair, had not become absolutely
lifeless. ;\u25a0' ;v : "\u25a0;\u25a0*. \u25a0\u25a0''\u25a0 \v \u25a0 .-'' \u0084
; "Rexair "93" Hair Tonic is vastly dif-
ferent from other similar preparations.
; We .believe that It- will 7 do more than
any other, human agency toward restor-
ing hair,. growth "\ and ; halr-healthl\ '-'-. J tX
Is ;not greasy^ and J will | not . gym .the
scalpfor hair or cause permahent>staln.
It . is i. as pleasant \u25a0to \u25a0 use as puro cold
.water.* '--'\ - : -;'.,,. \u25a0•"'\u25a0•"\u25a0' ; '.,- \u25a0?'-:." <\r- _\u25a0> \u0084.:-/; *.'---.. •\u25a0-..\u25a0
1 Our; faith in : Rexall "93", Hair 'Tonic
is so strong that; we ask 'you 'to? try It
on our positive ' guara-ntee that Hyour
money.-, will bog cheerfully ? refunded
without or -\ quibble. If 'lt does
not . do ias - we '\u25a0< clalm.4 Certainly we' can
offer -no ', stronger argument. ; It I comes
In two-sizes,. prices 50. cents and": Si. oo.
Remember \u0084 you -/.can obtain if. only Hat
the Owl : Drug Co., v IncV V7lO { Market
Btreet, :, 778 * Market . street,V Postr street
and Grant avenue, > Sixteenth alid
slon'v streets,'* Fillmore *; and Geary!
streets.;-". \u25a0-"•; ' "I^' \u25a0'":''' ."\u25a0/ '\u25a0 ;.\u25a0.;"-'..\u25a0.--'*\u25a0.•-
At Fountains & Elsewhere
:-:', " : m Ask; for >; : : ;;,.;'/ V .
The Original and Gtnulne
The Food-drink forJAlliAges.
;At restauraiits, Hotels^ and fountain*;
; Delicious; invigorating \ and- sustaining^
• Keep ' it on yorxc sideboard at home.
: Don't "tr^el'^Abut , ;\u25a0':
k quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitationVfJust $ay TRUCK'S."
In No Combine pp Trust
|yv|ipr>r • u^t^b- gs-
S Remarkably ; fast "" going— and » : :
:. : . ; smooth: riding; atj" tnatr.- T ' ,'
turn :to page; io
SlcNear: J. R. Quinn. W. Warmlngton, B. U.
Frees, . J.-- G. Sweef. M. L. Dinkelßpiel.^HZ-R.
Lawton, Marlon Gay, v Dorothy . Phillips, <• Elaine
Standish. Doris -Clark, Alice niestand, ; Agnes
Bcholl, , Florence Doyle and Helen Eames.' 7 •
«B Reception — O.W. Payne- (chairman). : J. B.
Black. C. A. Phlefrer. T. W.Veltch, C. A; Allen,'
Theodore Owens. E. C. > fcirlngston, A." J. Rath
r>»De,-R.'G.'Grah«m,'lrene Flanagan,-Elsa"Schil
ling. Caro • Slmonson, Allce*-Armstrong.- Marianne
Brown, Carmelita Woerner, Ethel Lockhart and
-£dlth Pence. . -•- . \u25a0.'-• •. •:.*.! .-.-\u25a0 \u0084 •
Floor committee— C.L. Butler; informal com
mitte, I C. ,W. Evans (chairman), M.E. La Rue,
A. B. Tinning. CD. Barnett. 1 R./U. Shurtleff,
Dorothy i Fish. Roth Shrere. = Emmellne Parsons,
Dorothy Bradley; floor manager, J. R.- Newsom. t
COUNCIL REFUNDS $42
' PAID FOR' SICK HORSE
Animal Dies and Buyer "Gets
His Money Back f "...
BERKELEY, Sept: 1^ — The city coun
cil sold a horse to .Hal. Flesher three
weeks ago \ for r and now Flesher
wants his money 'back .for" the' horse
had an incurable disease and died two
days after the purchase.- The council
debated the matter at some, length
today, but finally refunded the; cash. '
' ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
AMERICAN LINE
Plyraouth — Cherbourg— Soathamptnn '.
.Philadelphia— Qneenatown— Llrerpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
; • - New York— London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
New - York— London— Parts— Rotterdam
\u25a0, Via Plymouth and Boulogne-Sur-Mer
RED STAR LINE r
Ne^r Yo rk— Dover— Antwerp ' ' - v. v "
WHITESTAR UNE i
N.Y.-QueenstoTrn-Holyhead-Liverpool
N.Y— Plymouth-Cherbours-Southamptoa
. Boston — QueenstoYT n — Liverpool • .;\u25a0 -\u25a0• -\u25a0\u25a0
. . \u25a0\u25a0 New York and Boston to
RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT
The A«ore«, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algier*,
Viilefrauche, Genoa, Naplen, Alexandria
Romanic -.:..Oct.vl, Nor.' i l2, Dec." 15, Feb. 4.
Can0p1c. ........ ..'.0ct. 22, Not. 80. April 8.
Cretlc. .-;.-. . .Not. 2, Dec. 7, March 29.
•CEDRIC (21,035 t0n5)..... ..Jan. 11, Feb. 22
•CELTIC (20,904 .tons) n . . .. Jan. 25. Marvel
•Lareeat steamers to the Mediterranean j
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Canadian Service Mail Steamers
; :'r - Montreal— Quebec— Liverpool .'
W r eekly Sailinss. v The , Scenic : Route to
\u25a0-\u25a0• •-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0".:-i->.:.. - \u25a0 '-.; -i..:- -\u25a0-. -
NEW S. S. LAURENTIC & MEGANTIC
Largest' and Most Modern Steamers on the . St.
Lawrence. '\u25a0- \u25a0-"\u25a0\u25a0'.'\u25a0 N -- " \u25a0\u25a0" "»• •\u25a0-•"" 1 ; •-"-.•;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0:,\u25a0\u25a0
O. K. KOEPPEL, Passena;er Affent Paeiflo Coast, •
\u25a0;-.-.\u25a0!> 319 Geary "street, opposite St. Francis •-
. "\u25a0. ;".-; ' ; Hotel,.S an Francisco. . r • \u25a0", . .
%&\u25a0 North 'f^
BREMEN HHLUi WA.M.
:'. -. (-"'>;" > '. v .:> Express Sailing*.^ ' . .".. \u25a0; " %,- :
I Kron P. Wm. Sept. 27 I Ks. Wm.d.Gr.Oct. 11:,|
I Kals. Wm. H.Oct. 4 I Ceellle .'....: 0ct." 18 | :
pa«s on Oar man ™^ AYS
BREMEN 53lgllligil 10 A. M.
/.v; ''\u25a0\u25a0>.- 1 "/ : /- .^' Twin Screw Salllnss. '-..;"; : ' -/- \u25a0.'.-«,
1 'Fried' h d.Gr.Sep.29 1 PrinBFr.Wm.Oct.l3 I
I- Gr. Korfuerst.'.Oct. 6 I G. Washlng'n.Oct. 20 j
1 •Bremen, direct.-. v-V- ''• =-'-..;. ;.•,*.
N^Lnvrf SATDRDAY ?
GENOA/ fciiUf U UA.M.
I P. Irene.... Sept. 34 I Berlin (new). Oct. S;l
I K. Lirise:....Qct. 1 I K'nlgr Albert. Oct. 22 |
Wireless and Submarine Siacnnla. /
'Independent Kound.ttie. World Toarsv /';
V- :7>\u25a0a»«torJ^C*#ct» Good All Over the World.
OELRICHS & CO, Genl A|fs^ 5 \u25a0roadway. N. J.
Robert -Capelle.^ G. ;V A-* P. - C.,' 250- Powell: st.
opposite St. ".Francis Hotel, San Francisco. *': Tele-
pnone— Kearny 4794.:- -;,;,: \.:. .j \u25a0;....\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0'.\u25a0;, ± >.->.- i
PLEASURE CRUISES— |
9 cruises this winter, •,-'
H leaving^NeWc York for." thq\
1; Orient^Jan^ 28,'t0 Uhe'i-'West : : ; :'
f. : , -Indies vJan: -24^ Feb. J 25 5 and; ?
" March' 2B; to South America !' j
Jan; ' 21V and? two^ Grand .?£.•\u25a0 '
\u25a0 Cruises yArqund % the • Worlds- ' £
- S leaving^ New/iYork>lf or; ' : li'^i * ; i
.' I ; 1911 ; \u25a0 leading San r Francisco -C)
.Write for, detailed intlnerarles/":;,
;- Guide .'and Trarel^ Booka Bale. Vj:
y (Hambnrgf American. Line" \u25a0\u25a0. _
j i ICO Powell : st a': Phone Kearny 2946
FrpipilpSlf
CIS. GLE. TRANSLANTIQUE
DIRECT .LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS
] Erery) Thursday^ and : Saturday". i;s
Lai Lorraine^ Sept^ 1 La| Lortalne.^ Sept: 22 s
=La ' Prorence. . Sept. t, 8 La ' Touraine...-. Sept.' 29 1
La i SaTole :v: .Sept. : 15 La i Prorence. ..Oct."; 6>6 >
:; : .';.- ;-^^iBXTBJ^iSAILIXGSS;:^'v:;S '0£
'-, 'These steamers carry imt class .(.ll) cabin :'
.passengers "only;,:': j; 5 ;". v? A-'-'lt !-".';?'J'-::?"-- -v> 'i-A
Chicago v^-^-'.Sept.?; 31 LatGascogne;.Sept. 17 '{:
. Niagara V::.'...Se P e 171 Florlde;;';. . : ..Oct. 1 \u25a0
'j \, FUG AZI ; B BOS:, \u25a0} Pacific j Coast ,- Managers^ ;
;i; i 630 f :. Montgbmery^-:; street, >;; San : i Francisco; !|
I Cabin Of flee**' 655 \ Mark et : streets \u25a0-! , '\u25a0';-. v ; :*:/\~;: *:/\~; $
!•;;;• Canadian > Pacific * Emprass ii Hn« %ot Steamers j
•alllns: weekly between Montreal and: Liverpool^
Wireless oa all steamers. VAak any ; ticket asent.
or write : E. X.'< 7EW.7 Q.* iv. Pslaes HottL i Saa !
/ranciscQ. : .* t^ : \\('~. : ';-.'\- --\u25a0">• ';•;:•:>\u25a0•<:•\u25a0.-' %>-\u25a0;•,; -r--' \u25a0
NO COMPROMISE
IN HAGGETT SUIT
Trial i Breaclr: of Promise
Against P. E. Bowles Jr.
-vWiil Begin Next Week
'' OAKLAND, ; Sept. < i 6.^— ln fpi te \u25a0" of ru
mofs .to the effect \u25a0that'a' compromise
had^been ' effected -between P.- E. Bowles
Jr.;" and /Clara -Haggett; I ; who' is 1 suing
him \u25a0 for ! _ $50,000 damages, for^breach; of
promise^ the ; trial ! . of \u25a0'; the ' c'a&e; will, v in
all likelihood, go on' next week' in 'Judge
Waste's"; court.': - No
reached,'^ andnonerseems-likely^and as
a">e&ultl sensational 4 will : be
heard i^whoril'? the^ pretty '*. Oakland girl
trjes.to, prove^that:" the; sonfof - the ; well
known*; banker promised i to ; make her
hisllwife:^-, i' : '\u25a0' '..;.. \u25a0 y-'-r - "\u25a0:"--. V_y_;- •-.<,:.,.•. ;-*
t^The 'case^ has '.been set ' for, trial f or
next: ; Monday, i but; it -will .nofl begin
thsh.,f- An ; election; contest^ and : in junc
tion* proceedings againstHhe, city Tcdun
cil^of I Oakland .have the^ right ; of -Iway
becauserof^the "pr^Sfeing nature f of .; the
suitV^J -The vlTaggett-Bowles pease will
be T. from - . day'i- to ? day until
suchttimgas i It; may ;be- taken! up," keep^
ing -Its', place '.on t . tlie fcalepdar. .It . is
likely;- that"> the ; trial /will;; begin early
in^the. w*eek. : . f^- r .'* : ''-.V- \u25a0\u25a0• ;; :j .'; ":\u25a0:-\u25a0 " \u25a0"
; Accordingi- to n Miss Haggett, Nf- Bowles
passed | her, offi as his. 1 wife, not only" in
Oakland," *but_ ; in>/ Washington, D. 'C.
where \ he was 1 . for . a' time private j secre
tary/of I Victor \u25a0H. - Metcalf , ; tormer^sec
retary -:of Jthe . navy, .who Awas^,theh In
President f§ Roosevelt'S~ cabinet.. . Their
Jntimacy is j alleged^.tb \ have continued
for a period "of ; two or thr^e , years. \u25a0, ;> •'
NEOPHYTES INITIATED ,
AT BANQUET OF ORDER
Berkeley 1 Parlor of Native Sons
'Hold-Dinner
BERKELEY, • Sept. r-r -A -large num
ber^ of > young .-Californiaris were .. ln-f
ltiated -tonight: at. ¥ the!; annual
of • the Berkeley parlor. . of -the -Native
Sons ; of the- Golden ,West ; ; of/ ; this .city
held in ; their . lodge \u25a0 rooms. \u25a0/ Fred;Meln
heit,. president of the - parlor,'; presided:
The establishment of a junior; order
was discussed at length. "^
The, sweetest \u25a0 slumber , is the kind interrupted
by. • the "\u25a0• alarm - c10ck.*7..: - - .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-
'V; PACIFIC 1 OCTBAN^TRAVEIj .
V: \u25a0 J *tft7 I TSN^ Steamers • leave • from Broad-
V^v^^fiiv \ * V Wbarrts (Piers 3ud
A3/OQHKSfe vH LoW rates> !n <? lu ding berth
I V .1 Special Round . Trip Rates.
N&J» ' LOS ANGELES
y&ftfetf&7 SAN /DIEGO
r^^^T^ \u25a0•SANTA 1 ; BARBARA
President or Governor Alternate Mondays, 4 p. m.
•Santa R0ea........".. Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
- ; 'Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA; VANCOUVER
Connecting at ' Seattle '- for Sontheastern Alaska,
, Skagway, Dawson^ Fairbanks and all points on
f the Yukon. -;;:.;"*
President or Governor Alternate Saturdays, 2 p.m.
City of Puebla or Queen.
s = . ' Alternate Tuesdays, 2 p. ra.v.
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT, BAY)*
State of Cal.. Sept. 19,: 23, 27; Oct. .1, 5, 9,
:;13, 17, 21, 23, 29, 4p. m: . ' : ';"
I GUA YMAS, M AZATL AN, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN' JOSE DEL CABO
Cnraca0. ........ -..J"J;7th of each : month, 12 m.
. " LEAVE SEATTLE
! ALASKA .CRUISES 1911
• Spokane ' (Sailings will be announced later.) .
NOME— ST. MICHAEL
nmatf11a. . . . .' . . . . .Thursday; Sept. 29, . 10 a. .m:
: : Right reaerved- to change tthla schedule. •
TICKET OFFICES-^-Palace ' Hotel. 633; Market
; ;._.-."\u25a0 at., 16 Market at., and Broadway_wharf. - V
r j - : ; V Telephone 'Kearny ,492.i ;•" .. "
OAKLAND--1120 Broa<lw«y. • Tel.. Oakland 5680.
V 0. : D. DUNANN, General i Passenger Agent. - '
AiVaERICAN-HAWAIIAN
gW| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Route
;-^B»*^a Reajrnlar &**t Fr«l«ht' Service
NEW YORK : TO COAST
PORTS 'AND HAWAIIAN .ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making- direct connection with Pacific
steamers / sallin g , t from * Sallna - Cruz.
Mex.V every six days for Ban Franclaco.
PACIFIC COAST: PORTS TO * NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prtn--
clpal European /ports ; > under .through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail-
ings from San Francisco every 1 1 2- days.
For rates and further particulars ap-:
ply to DEARBORN & ,-LAPHAM,> Gen-
eral -Agents.v 8 Bridge -iv street, : New
York.* WILLIAMS, DIMOND & > CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.- .
-. - 310 Sansome r St.; San . Francisco
ISEATTLE-TACOMA
Belllnxliam, Anacortes, Everett^- Port Town--
send, '\u25a0; Victoria, » . Vancouver, and all .Alaska
porta. /:•<•;\u25a0> :•.-.\u25a0 .' .•- .. i.~- _- \u25a0; :_
. 8. S. BDCKMAN .'...: :...... 1 Sept. IS
S. 8. ADMIRAL SAMPSON." .;: ... ..Sept.: 24
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S.S.jApMIRAL SAMPSON. :;:/.;.. Sept. 18
jAla^-Pacific^Steamshiir Co.
«' \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0«\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0, - TICKET' OPWCES::^ ''{;\u25a0%
; General • Agent'a ".' office', >. Howard "street"
wharf No. 8. \u25a0 Ticket office, 54 Market street
and:64B Market Btreet. •;. \u25a0, - '-\u25a0
•^Sailings f rojn - Howard^ street wharf No. 3.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP; COMPANY;,
S. S. Chiyo ? Mam. '.V. ,\ '. : .Tueaday, Oct. 4, 1919
8. 8. Tenyo". Maru ."\u25a0..-...;.. Tueiday, Nor. 1, 1910
8. 8. Nippon Maxu.. :..... Tuesday, Nov. 22. 1910
Steamers ; sail ; from company's piers, ; >*o». * 42,
44, near foot of Second St., at I p. ni/, for Yoko-
hama' and Hongkong, calling at Jlonolulu, Kobe
(Hlogo) I and ! Nagasaki I and 4 Shanghai „ and ) con-
necting at \u25a0\u25a0 Bongkon» * with ; steamers .. for j Manila.
India, etc. "\u25a0* No cargo received on board on day of
tailing.' i. Round trip tickets ' at \u25a0 reduced - rates. % -
For freight and \u25a0 passage j apply at I office/. 240
James Flood building. ."? ,-.< i W. H.v AVERy.-^^;
;:\u25a0\u25a0":' Agslatant General, Manager.
|JMIONiSMCO.;Of N. Mm
New?, Through "< Passenger -^and h Freight - Service
-, 4 . . •;•.. -.v ••.-:,. r .Without ' Change. r. . _\u25a0. . . -, - ,t, t
SAN 4 FEANCISCO ft to ;- WELLINGTON,^ N.> Z..
"-,f" -,f VIA TAHITI AND EARATONGAt.-,< -.-\u25a0--
8. S. AOKANGI - (4.268 . Tom) \u25a0 aaila. - . ." Kot.l IS
jf ' a,i MAITAI > (8,393 totu) ; sails.-.. .'.:." '-D«o. \ 14
w* Sailings every 28 days ; \u25a0 cotteectlon ; at t Welling-
ton and v Auckland v f or , , New,.; Zealand \u25a0 ports s and
OCEANIC S.'S.'cb.: 1 General 'Agents. 90 Clayjrt.
Ticket ;\u25a0 OfCce. \u25a0>. 873 \u25a0 Market , st. Tel. Kearny 1231.
5 I llJl* -Sept.' 2&,' 1910, for
JI" .. : Honolulu: and ;Hllo:
h,-B.:< S.V.VLURLINE/^13,000 .Uons^dls-
placement,'salls;noonr f Sept.*,2iri9lo, : for.
HonoluLutandsKahulul.faßounditrlpjto
Honolulufe|llo,v' firsts classy Matson
NavlgatlontCo.r326B?MarketjStreet.v^ ;^4
HflNni 111 II -•^8.1 aX Sierra '? (10,000 : toas dls-'
|HO WULIILU g pucement) i sails 11^ a.- m. Oct.*
il3i»10.I. Special' round < trip |110. p : ftrst iclass.
iTAHITHAND ? NEW| EEAIiANI>--&S. j
'• -•\u25a0 . ;>\u25a0 Marinosa t sails! llf «;\u25a0? m.t* Octf* 17.{ C: \u25a0 f
- : Special Tahiti round trip $ 133,* first class.
*, OCEANIC LINE."* 678 Mkt. ; tel.-- Kearny, 1231. ,
WIDOW OF PIONEER
DOCTOR SUCCUMBS
:^OAKLAND,: Sept. : 16.— The funeral of
tho-vlate- Mrs. "Eugenia Irene Cole,
widow of^ Dr..R. f Beverly Cole, » noted
physlclah'of San Francisco in the early
days^fj-the ;state,"will be held tomor
row, afternoon from Trinity Episcopal
Church ; ln -this ". city. Mrs. Cole died
yesterday, at:. Callstoga. " She -was tne
mother, of, Mrs.'rE.*'M.:Sellcken and Mrs.
LA; Sching. ~.-" : ';\u25a0'.: • '/;;>
VTr C.'iT.* V.~; TO ; JSEET-lOakland, ,, r Sept. 16.—
* '.; The Central .Oakland W.-C.",T. «. wIU meet
:* Monday;aftenK»oa^at 2:^o o'clock; at the Yonngf
\ Women's Christian Aisoclatlon bnildlng. ;Dele
\u25a0 cates to the county <conTention to be held In
1 \u25a0 Oakland - September i 23 | and to the gut* coo
% mention, i which "-wiir-be ' held In Berkeley la
v October. ' xrill , be elected. Mrs. > E.« V; . Spencer
v'-wlll-* address the .'meeting,- on* probate law In
y* Callforpta." 5 The meetlnj \ will be open to the
)H public. '; V . . \u25a0' ' -"' •' r '•; ; ' ' , ; .' ' \u0084 ' ' v '
' RAILWAY TRAVEL
fty^^^^^^^^^^r^i^^i^BnM^^^r^^^M^^B^-'jjr^^vyt^w'^^TagS^*'' ' a^ 1 s&r
B^^il wm BMt^l9 — - vfl M Jw i Fl^y SA si fciS sA - \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0* U iB^J
>\u25a0\u25a0•-.- TRAIWS LEAVE. AND ARE OUE TO A«HIV£ FROM S£PT£MB£W 18. 1310
: VIA OAKLAND PIER
, Leav \u25a0. . (Foot of Market Street) - ; : Arriva
2. IS* Nde*. , Tracy. - : I^tarop. ; duKttoa,
\u25a0•-\u25a0-\u25a0:. Lodi, Gait, Dk Grove, iaeramento.. 10.35»
6.40 a Hayward. S'iet. S»n i0te... ......... 7X6a
7.00e Ricaiaoad. PortCopta.Benkia, Sumin,
Dixon. Saenunento. Rotevile. Marys-
vile. Redding. Dun anujr ....... . 7.28»
7.00 a Qaika. Vaea vfile. Ruraaey.. ......... 7.23?
7.00 a Davis. Woodland (MarytvSle, Qro-
vifl«). Waiiaaw. Maxwell. Wilowa. \u2666
,-. '..- Hamilton, Cornrag. Red Huff ... 7.28?
7.40 a VaUejo, N'apa. CalistAga, Banta Roaa,
' Martinet. «aa liamon, livtrsiort. . . 6.08 i
- 7.40 a Nile*. Plcaanton, Uvermore. Tracy.
\u25a0 Latarap. Stockton... ;..: ...... 7.28t
7AOa. Trasy. Ua Banoa. Kemaa. Frean*. 4.28?
J B.oo* Newark. Saa Jose. Los Gatoa, Wright.
' Feltoa (Boulder Creek). S*ata Cru«. . . 5.43?
\u25a0 8.20 a Port Costa, * Martin es," Byron, Tn»ry,
• \ - Stockton, Merced,- Fresno, Goahea
Junction (Htn/ord. Aratona). Yiaalk.
. ' Portervflkßalcerifield........ 4.48p
8.20 a Yoseaite Valley via Merced. 4.48?
9.00 a Naes.' Livermore. Stockton (*M ton). .
'. \u25a0 \u25a0 - Valley Sprint, laae, 3aera»ento..... 4.28p
i 9.00 a Sonora. Tuolumne aad Aaxds 4.28p
. 9.00 a Atlantic Espresi — S»crmmento, Trwv
kee. Ogdtn, (Lake Tahoe), Salt Laka
i> - i City, Denver. Kaaaaa City, Omak*.
I CUtcago ;.'... -.'.... ..*.;... .'....... 8.28 a
_ 9.40 a Richmond, Port Costa, Martiaes,
Bay Point .;.... v- 8.48»
10.20* Vallejo Mare Hand. Napa 11.28 a
10.20 a Los Angdes Passenger— Port Costa. ,
Martinet > Byron. Tracy, Stockton,
Merced. Fresno, (Hanfoco. Coallaga, <
VisaluO Bakersfietd. Los Aagdta 7.48 a
10.40 a San Francisco Overland Liaaited— .
Denver. Kansas City. St. Louis.
Omaha, Chicago... 5.28?
ll.20» Shi«U Limited— Portland. Tacoma,
SeattleT....... ..../.... 9.18 a
12.00n GoldSeld Pass.— Port CotU. Bentcia.
Sacramento. Truckee, Hasea, Wa-
\u25a0 tmska . (Yerlagton, \u25a0 Mason). Miaa,
Toaop»h. Gotdaeld, Lawn, Keeier.... 7.48 a
12.00b Miry»viUe. aico. Red Bluff .' .4iBp
1.20b N2es, Irvinrton. San J05e....:. 2.48 a
1.40p San Leandro, Niks. Centervile, / - 9.08 a
. Newark, Ban Jose. i 7^Bp
l.40» Newark, San Jos*. Lm Gatos, Wright,
Fdtoa (Boulder C*e*k). Santa Crai.. 9.13?
2.40? San Leandro. Sits, San Jose. 9.28 a
3.00p Benicja, Winters, Sacraiaento— Wood- '
.; bad. \u25a0 MarysviUe. Orovflle^ — Ydo,
. Arbuckle. Wflliams. Waiows... 10.48 a
3.20p Port CoiU (Stockton). Martinet,/ - 12.C8?
Byron, Modesto. Merced, Fresno.. \ 11.18?
3.45p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helen*. "
Ca1i«t0ga:.r. .;•...;\u25a0.......•..."-...., lOJSa
4.00 a ValUjo, N'apa. Calirtoga, Santa Rosa,
Martinez, aan Ramon. Livermore... 9.28 a
4.OCf Niles (Ceaterville),Livermore > Trae7. f 10.28 a
• Stockton, Lodi. ....:.. I Il.lBp
• 4.40p Smi Leandro, Hayward. N'iles, Pleaa-
. anton. Livermore, Tracy,' Ne»-man,
Kermaa,' Fresno :....V..'....'.; II. IE?
5.001 Vallejo, Port Costa. Benieia, Sacra-
*• men to. RosevHle, Msrvsrille, Orovhls 1 1.28 a
5.00? Riiwril, San Jose. Los Gatos.:;. ."T... 928»
fS.OOp Wright, Felton, Santa Crui.. a9.28a
. 5.20 a San Leandro. Nilea. Saa Jose. 7.48 a
6.00 a Owl Limited— Los Angrles..... B.CS*
.. 6. 40t Eastern Express — Oscden, PueHo, Dea- \u25a0
? r't, -f. rer - Kansas City. St. Loais. Chicago. . •
Port Costa, f Benieia, Sacramento, . .
.'\u25a0\u25a0- -r"- '. lleno. Sparks. :.:.. '..............-. 8.28 a
6.40p Lake Tahoe Sleeper...... 7.48 a
. 6.40? Haywsrd, NBes and San Jose... 6.48 a
17.00? Vallejo, Port Costa, Martroes, Bay *
Point and Way Station*....... til. 18?
. 7.40p Richmond. Port Costa.. Martinet,
> .\u25a0-. \u25a0-. \u25a0".- Cornwall, Tracy. Lathros, Stockton. " 12.48s
8.20? Orefoa Express — Davis. (Saeramroto). v i -
;v; v V ; WSlows, Redding {klamath Fafls). \u0084
Aihland,' Portland,' Tacoma, Seattle, i '
- 5p0kaae....................'...:.. ; 9XBI
9.00e China and Jaoaa Fast Mai — Ogdea,
Cheyenne, • Denrer, Kansas City, \u25a0 \u25a0
'; i : Omaha. Chicag0. ... ............... 2.48?
9»00p Port Costa. Benicta. Sacramento. Col-
.i • .; fax. Truckee, Reno. Sparks, Osdea.. 2.43?
9.40? BakeriSri.3, McKittnck. Monarch.
'. - Moron, Fellow .'; .; ; .... 8.28 a
9.4op.«icbmoi!d, Port Costa. Tracy, Mo-
desto, Merced, Fresno, Hanford,
Coaling*. Visalia, Tuiare.......... 8.28 a
1 1.00a San Leandro. Niks, Saa Josa ........^ 7.C3a
11.40b Portland Express — Sacramento, Marys-
vfllc. Red Bluff. Weed. Ashland. Roae-
' burg. Portland, Tacoma. Seattle...... "I Z2Sp
M£THERLAND # S ROUTE— From Padfic Strtat Wharf .
;.. ~ Colliasville. Eamaton. Rio YiMa. Isleton, Ryde. Wal-
nut Grove, Vorden. Courttand. Clarksburg. Sacramer.to.
: \u25a0 Steamsr Navajo, leaves Sia Francisco 8.00 *. ta. daily
I except Sunday, (topping at point? ihown, arriving Sac- ,
nmento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Saenunento 9:00 p.m. daily
• except Sunday (no stop* en route), arriviag Saa Fraa-
dico s:ooa.ja. • r _- :- : " * " '•-•_' •
StgaoMr Modoc or Aaacha, tearea Saa Fraaeiaeo 1.00
p.m. Daily, except Sunday; arrive Saa Franciaeo 11.30
~V.n.: • " >' : -| -.--.-_ -'\u25a0 -• '_ \u25a0 .. ' •._ ,-- : ;
OAKUND HARBOR -FERRY- From Un Franduo.
Itarket Strtet Wharl— Week Day*-H»urfy frora 6.C0
a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sunday t— €.4s, 8.15. 9.H. 11.15
a.m.. 12.45. 2.15. L 45. 5.13. 6.45. 8.15 aad 9.45 p.m.
'- /LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via AUtmaM Pur.
.To Oakland and Alamtda— ffl.lo, t6.« a.eu aad thea
I 8 10 aad 45 minutes past the hour sntfl 7.45 pjn.; tbea
B.SO, 9.15. 10.00. 10.45. .11.10 p.m. and 12.15 ajn.
- 76 Alamtda and Frultvatt via HonathM unit at a&ova.
• for Mjrning. p for Afternoon, t Sunday exempted.
. " ' t Suaday only. _ } Satarday and Sunday oaly. -
- aSunday aad Monday ocly. . \u25a0
' * Union Trantfer Co. authorised to cheek Bacgag*
- jtreet from r—idenee.^ ','; :. y ' - ' \u25a0'.
y^^ Schedale Effective
$mm^ <^gustf29^l9lov
V»iil^q/ UNION FERRY ' DEPOT
. \u25a0,-, _;; ; San Francisco .^
XeaTe. . Via '= Sausallto. '. * . ArrlTe.
j6:4oa|Petaluaia. Santa Kosa. 'Healds- .
\u25a0y. • v I burjr,' s 'CloTerdale. GaerseTllle, -' >^f •
/ ' Monte". Bio, Duncaa- Mills. - ' -
-V Cawdero ............ : J9:osp
7:15 a Sonoma, Glen* Ellen .:.. :,:..'.. «:O3p
7:45 a Petaluma,' Santa .Kosa, Healds- ' ;
- burg/ Cloxerdale, Uklah. «Wll- -
' \u25a0'.-\u25a0. s ; ; . Uts. . Sherwood . . . . i ........ ; 7^3p
8:15 a W.^lteyes, , Camp -Meeker, Car a- ,
;-;... dero ....:..................".. 7:35p
.8:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa," Gnerne- - - •
f? jv 1 rUle. ' Monte ' Bio. 4 Duncan
..•"'•-\u25a0 Mill* \ (leaTes' from Caradero). 7^Sp
t9:l."a Sonoma. G1en 'E11en.... ......... J3:33p
J9:lsa Pt. Reyes .;.:'.»....... *.... JS:O6p
10:43 a Petaluma.: 1 Santa: R05a.": ........ -4:33p
12:4Sp Pt. : Reyes, Camp Meeker. - Caza-
1 -v., \u25a0; dero .7.... :...:. .v: -..'...".. vr. "ll:©^
3:13p Petaluma. Santa , Rosa.- Healds- ? .
• .•; barf.^ Cloverdale. Uklah. Guer- .
• - nerllle,.- Monte ; Rio.- \u25a0< Dnncan "
'i , Mills,"- Sebast»pol"< to . Caaa-
• 1 -'\u25a0 dero 7- Saturday \u25a0 and ' Sunday) . . . 11 :05 a
' -'4:43p Sonoma," Glen ; Ellen /. T. . ;." r . \u25a0 »:05a
5:X5p Petalnma,. Santa = Rosa... X«. ••*\u25a0•• 8:33 a
.C.^SpPt.'rSßeyes'^leaTes T:l5 p. m.
'\u25a0; • . -Sundays4^;.C'.;.V". 1 .V."'... .."...\u25a0. 8:O3a
i^ELECTBIC^ BTJBUEBAS^ VIA^- SAUSALTTO
li SauaaUtoA 1 Mill xJ Valley, '-J San f Eaf ael— Da lly
every 30 ' minutes from \u25a0 6:45 •\u25a0 ay •m. en til 0:45
a. V a.;! hourly 3 until 2:45 p.' m.,: then 3:15 p.-ni.
and every 30 minutes nntil 7:45 p. m., then 9:00,
10-35 ' p. ~ to. 5 and 12:01 . a. " in. v (On SuntUys In
addltlon-^-EVery . 30 < mlnates i from 9:43 . a.> m.~ to
3:15 p.. m., exceptlnc'2:ls p. ;m.) • . \u0084 \u25a0.
1 Fairfax— LeaTesit6.4s.'i7:ls. 7:45. 8:15. 8:43,
I 9:ls>r 9 :45.^ UO-.ls} • 10:43, a tll:15, 11 :43 a. . m. ;
i1i20i,^12:45. J1:15.f 1:45.' 2:45.. 3:15. 3:45. 4:15.
! 4-45 5:15, >3:45.-e:ls.' 6:45.% t7:15. 7:43,^9:00,
i lI10:35tp.im.";':$12:01 a. m. yr- r. .
:*. Ban ttuentin ,Tia; San Baf ael-^-S^ a.j a.. . i:«
, -" Tilinron and BelTedere— Week : days,', 7 :30^" 9 :00.
110:45 a." m. (112:45 p. n»> Satnrtaya only), 8:30.
6 :30 -p. «n. ?- Snndays^-7 :30. ; 9 :0 O. •- 11 :0O ; a. r m. ;
12:30, 3:30,t5:30 p. m.T, and 112:01 t:m.V .
fs* 'Sundays arrlre (7:os \ p. = m- \u25a0'••Monday* ( 'only.-
' • t Kxeept Sunday.^ tSundaiy only.-* TSa torday , only.'
||Baturday. and Stsnday oaly.r<§VU Saosalltj. . .:
- Pacific ! Transfer Company's ; agents \u25a0 are : author-
: ised . to check i baggase direct from residence. - *
FRESHMEN WOMEN
WANT TO DEBATE
BERKELEY. Sept. 16. — Jfot to be
outdone by the sophomore \u25a0women, the
freshmen women have voted to try
out for. the team which will represent
the babies at the annual debate with,
their Stanford rivals. This was decided
upon at a? class meeting of the women
yesterday.' Miss Ethel* Jackson spoko
at length on the subject and her views
met with hearty approval. Steps wilt
be at onqe taken by the women to
organize a team. . •
WOUAK BELIEVED DROWNED— The police
hare come to the conclusion that Ida Men
delsohn, the young sirl who disappeared (rota
hf r home at 2004 Bash street last Sunday and
whose hat and satchel were found at the ocean
beacb on Monday on the rocks In front of the>
Sotrn baths., committed saictde by throwing
herself from thc# rocks Into the sea.
. VIA COAST L.ir\"E
Leave (Thgd aad Townsead Streets) Arriva
t&2Sa Loop— 23d Street. Yiaiiacioa. South
Saa Fraadseo, VsJeacia Street t«3sa
tS.35a Loop— Valencia Street, Oceaa View,
Cameteries. Soata S&a Fraadseo,
23d Street. 3rd aad Townsend T6.43*
6.20 a South Sma Francisco. ?aa Jose, G3roy.
(HoQister)* Sarsent, Psjaro, Waaoa-
vifle. Santa Crui. 7.50»
7~ooa Moaterey Sttnday Excunioa 10.50*
t7.OC» South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto, Saa 1 t7.2Ca
Jose, Way Stations : / 7.30»
7.00 a Hayneld, Los Alto*. Los Gatoa. f7.20»
8:00 a Shore line limited— Paso Robtaa
Hot Springs, Soata Barbara. Los
Angeles 9.30 a
aOsa The Coaster — Saa Jose. Pajaro (Wat-
son v3le. Santa Crus), Castro-nOe.
(Del Monte, Monterey. Padoe Grove).
A Salinas. Solednd Pj» Robles Hot
Spriags. Atascadero, Saa Lois Obispo.
Hvii. (Lompoc). Snats Barbara,
Ventura. Oxtard. Los Aatdes I l.4Sf
8.20 a MiySdd. Los Altos, Los Gatoa, Wright.
Gleasrood(Bould« Creek). Jsaata Crua,
Watsonville. Castrovaie. Dd Moate.
Moaterey, PaciSe Grove 9.18f
9.00 a Saa Jose. Glroy. Salinas, fam Roblea
\u25a0•v' w \u25a0•'\u25a0" Hot Sprrais. Aturadero. Saa Laia
Obispo — Tres Piaos — Wataoav2le.
Santa Crus. Dd Monte. Monterey. '\u25a0
Pacific Grove 4.0O»
18.40 a Sooth San Francisco. Burlingsme. Saa
Mateo. Pate Alto, Saa Jose fS-3Ca
1 0.40 a Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gatoa. . { 1S { \ °*
IUOa Valencia Street. Oceaa View, Colma,
Cemeteries. Baden, Saa Bruno 1.33?
1 1.43 a Snuth Saa Francisco. San Jose tB.2C»
I. OOp Saturday Polo Alto Local 5.00 a
2.00 a Dd Monte Kxpreaß— baa Jase. GUroy.
Sarseat (Watsoavilie, Santa Crus),
Del Moate. Montere/. Pacific Grove.
(Salinas) 1 12.30 a
2.05b South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto, S>a
Jose a4oa
f2.03? Los Altos. Monta Visa. Los Gates. . . t3.20p
3.00s South Saa Frsncisco, San Mateo, Saa
Jose. Gilroy. Tres Pinos. Saliaas.... 19.10 a
3.00 a Watsonvile. Saata Cms. Castrovaie.
Dd Monti. Monterey. Pscicc Grove. 18.10 a
3. 1 5? Mayadd. Los Altos. Los Gatos. Wright
(Dodder Creek). Santa Cms 11.03*
4.00» Sunset Express — Tucjcn, Doming, .
*». FJ Paso. Houston. New Origans,
Paso Robles Hot Springs, Atascadero, .
Saa Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara aed
/ LcsAayles 10.55«
4.00? Eaasms C tty, St. Louis. Chicago 10.55 a
. 4.20» South San F:sr.«lseo, S&a Jose t9.00s
t4.55p Mayfidd, Los Altos. Los Gatoa, Glea-
wood. Fdtoa (Boulder Creek). Santa
Cru» fl.lB?
t5.00« Burlia^ime. San Mateo. Palo Alto.
Saa Jose and Way Stations. 9.40 a
tS.OSp Loop— 23 i Street. Visitacion, Soath
Saa Fraactfco. Valencot Street 16,15 a
15.20? Redwood. Palo Alto. Saa Joae. l.lOv
t5.200 Los Altos. MoaU Vista, Los Gatos... +3.2 C?
|5.25p BuriinitAai*. Saa Mateo. Saa Jose. ti2Cp
t5.30a Loop— Valencia Street, Oceaa View.
Ceneteriea, South Saa Fnaciaco,
23d Street. 3d aad Towasesd tS.4Op
5.40 a San Bruno. Saa Mateo. Red-cood. Psio
Alto, Saata Clara. San Jos* ..... 7.38 a
15.40? Los Altao, Los Gatoa, Saata Cms J9.4£»
t6.COp Millbrae, San Mateo. Palo Alto. May-
y ield, Los Altos, Lm Gatos f S.CCa
tS.OSp ZZi Street, Visitaeion. South Saa
Fraacuco, Valencia Strret. t7. 1 5p
t8.23p Loop— Valencia Street, Oceaa View.
Cemeteries. South San Francisco.
23d Street, 3d and Townscmi t7.30a
8.30? South Saa Fraacisco. San Jo*. 5.40*
t B.oop The Lark— Paso Roblea Hot Spriaga,
Saata Barbara, Los Aagelea 9.30 a
8.05p Li» Ani?ifsPa»<vnstr— GiL'oy. Salinas,
- 4 Paso RoU«> Hot SDriags. Atascadero.
_' San Lui.* Obispo. Santa Barbara aad
Lo* Aatde*... ...| a3os
tIO.OOp San Jose and W*y Stations 7.20 a
11.40p South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa
Jo« I. 7.45*
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Oakland Pl«r. «
Ta Oakland, Bvkelty. Berrymsn. Eatt Oakland a»4
\u25a0 Fr as tvalt — Daily — From S.OO a ji^ aad ersry ***n{7
roiautes until 7.00 pjn. incfashre; thai 7.40. 8.20,
9.00, 9.40. 10.20. 11.C0. 11.40 pj>, 13.20 and
UOajn.
Ta Sathtr and Mslrste vta Saventh St— DajN— Ffom
B 6.00 s.m., and every t*«ity miaotes nntil 7.C0 p.m.
belasiTe. thea 7.40. 8.20. 9.00 9.40 10.20. 11.0.
- and 11.40 p.m.
T« StantharU— Da2v Exoept Sunday— &.Co. 7.CQ, B.CO.
9.00 ajn.. 2.20. 3.00. 4XO. 5.C0. 6.40 jus. Sunday
only 9.00 10X0 ajn.. LOO. 2.C0. ICO. 4 00. SJDO.
5.40 pjn.
To Oakland First St. Fraltval*. Alamada. via Her xahot
—Daily— From tS.CO. 6L20 ajn. aad every twenty
minutes until 5.20 ajn. induarve; thea SCO. 9.20.
1000, 10.20. 11.00. 11.20 ajn.. 12m.. 12.20 .LC0. 1.20,
2.00, 2.20. 3.00, B.M, J3.40 pjn. and every twenty
minutes until 7 pjn. inclusive; 7.40. 8.20. 9.00, 9.40,
10 20, 11.00 and 11.40 pjn., 12.20 aad 1.33 i.a.
Additional train to Oakland First St* 2.15 a.m.
<fa West Barkaley— Da2y Except Sunday— From 6.00
ajn. and every twenty ainotes un til 13) a.at. adu-
liTe; thea 9.00 ajn. and every hour until ICO p.m.
inclusive: then 4.20 pjn. and every t*enty mioutas
nnti 7.00 p.m. iaclusivt; then 7.40 tutu 8.20. 9.00.
9.4 a 10.20. 1L00. IL4O pjn. aad X.20 ajn.
Ta Wstt Berkalty — Sundays only— From &00 aja..
thea 7.00. 7:40, 3:20, 9XO ».a. iadaeive; Urns 3.30
s.b. and every twenty aunnte* 7jOO p.m. inducve;
then 7.40" p.m.. 5.20 9XO. 9.4 a 10.20. 11.00. IL4O
pjn. and 12.20 ajn.
T« CsrWn— Daily Except Suadiy— From 6.00 aja, aad
every 20 aiinutes \u25ba until 8.20 a.aa. . lad-Mtr*. rfcru
9.00. 10.00 ».m_ 12.00 m n 1.00. 2X0. 100, 4.oft 120,
140. 5.00, 5.20. 5.40 and 0.00 pjn.
Ta CarSln— Sundays oaly— from 9.00 aja. tkca 9.00
fim .- \u25a0 9 JO «"», - aad every twenty miaataa nntil
6XO pjn. .
MUIR WOODS I
TAMALPAIS
>^^T FOOT OF KUKKET »7HEET
. m fanri Trig frosa tan Fratwlaaa. <U0
It.lm tnata tf.Mitf B(wte If. Tamysis ,
WeekJiy Smadtr We«kd«T Samby Weekiay Swlay
9:45 a 8:15* t7:20» 11:00 a 7:20*1 13:10 a
1:45p 9:15 i 1:40? 11:45* 1:40? 11:15*
* 4:45p ,9:45 a 02:40? 12-50? 4:14s 12:40»
...... 10:45* 4:20p 2:40p a 9:50? 2:32?
...... 11:45* ...... , 3:50? 3:45"
...... 1:45? ...... 5:20? 5.10?
...... 3:45? ...T. (lie? ...... 8:40?
.-...'-.. *4:15? ©TdMt. Taaalp afatnV
, •ToJluir Sat. only. tMoa.only.vaSa.t.onFr.
Ticket OSces— Saasallto Ferry aad ST \ Market
General OSce— Mill Valley. California
"brcra it Tailjak" ni "Mr In" «t thnn nm tm ntttj
OCEAN SHORE RAH/WAY /
Depot 12th. and Jlission — F. S. StraCtan, E»c«iToe
Lo»vo San Tranciseo. 1 1 L«*.t« Arlata.
A. M. 8:00,. 9:30, tlO:3O]fA. M.5:25, 6:40, 11:23
P. X. 3:00. 5:40, |5:40,|P. M.3:25, Vksli
•LeaTe Txraltas Glen: A. M.. |6:13; T. \L. 3*o.
All; trains dally except tSandays oaly. {Mon-
days only. : ] Tunltas Glen Saturdays oaly. »Stag»
for San Grejcorl«» and Pe»ca«lcro. ." . •
BAY ASD IXTERURBAX RODTES
maw T»w^y ROUTF
Mire Island Navy YwdTVallejorNaDJvitSelexa
Boats leave 7.-00. 0:45 t. a . 12^0. 3:20.
1 6*00. &30 p.m.-- Meals •la Carte. * -'
ccckand office. North End F erry Baildln*.
" J-^Doh't .Worry; It iDocsn't Pay— J
I— USE CALL r WANT -ADS—— I
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