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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAY WARD AND SAN LEANDRO
BUILDING TO BE
FREE OF ALL DEBT
Berkeley Congregation Adopts
Unique Style of Architect
ture for Edifice
BERKELEY. Se*t. 2S.— Plans for the
\u25a0 r.ew $50,000 church for the members of
• the First Church of Christ. Scientist, of
" this city have been completed by Archi
tect Bernard Maybeck of the firm of
Maybeck, Howard & White of San
I>ancssro. -and work on the new house
<>f worship at the corner of Bowditch
;-treet and Dwight way will be com
menced at once. According to the rules
of the church the congregation will
renter the building free of debt. '# , -
drawings show an edifice of un
usual attractiveness and striking char
acter, different from the ordinary
church building, and for this reason
the new Scientist church will be
unique among the places of worship in
Berkeley.
The building will be a combination
of wood and concrete. French windows
reaching to the floor, on a level with
the pavement, will give an air of open
' hospitality. The church entrance will
resemble a garden and the congrega
tion will enter this vestibule of flowers
to jrain access to the church proper.
The roof will show, a broken line,
the several rooms added to the main
auditorium giving an opportunity for
this effect. The rustic appearance will
: be further enhanced by a pergola ex
tending along Bowditch street. The
finish both within and without will be
rough, the color being a soft, weath
ered gray.
The interior will have a sloping floor
.of concrete with a seating capacity of
TOO and an org^n loft at the rear or
north end, supported by pillars of har
* monious design. It will be reached
through a roomy vestibule from the
Dwight way side, while the Sunday
\u25a0 school rooms will occupy the major
portion of this exposure.
At the east side will be the women's
\u25a0waiting room with a telephone booth
and cloakroom. A garden will sur
... round the church.
: The lot upon which the church will
.'. be built has been owned by the Chris
tian Scientist congregation for several
years, having been purchased for
JS.OOO, although its value now is far
greater. It measures 100x150 feet. In
> Sedition to the $50,000 to be paid for
.. the building a 54.000 organ will be in
stalled.
Charles F. Wieland of this city is
' acting as superintendent of construc
tion and W. L. Bodt is the contractor.
Mrs. Gertrude McCaslln Is the first
reader of the church and Herbert Fish
Is the second reader. Charles W.
Camm is president of the church board.
ENGLISHMAN SEEKS A
MISSING MILLIONAIRE
Police Judge Samuels Asked to
Find Retired Chaplain
OAKLAND. Sept.. 23.— 1n a letter to
Police Judge Samuels. E. Brewis of 27
Winchester road, Tottenham, London,
asks for Information of William Pro
hert. said to have been a resident of
Oakland 30 years ago, and reputed in
•England to have been a millionaire.
: ..Samuels was puzzled by the letter,
for it says Probert was a. friend of
\u25a0the magistrate, while he does not recall
any such person as is described. The
letter read:
D<»ar Sir — William Probert. for
; - merly of Almwick. Northumberland,
Knjr., left London about March,
:. 1572. for San Francisco. He had
been private chaplain. to the Duke
• of Northumberland. Some 30 years
ago he represented the : Richmond
\u25a0 consolidated mining company of
Nevada, and resided in Oakland,
Cal. His age will be about 75 years.
As a friend of his. can you in
form me by early mail if he is still
living in Oakland? He was well
: . oft when he left here, for many
years past. He is said to be a
Vrni'.Honaire in Oakland,
x Yours very truly. E. BREWIS.
MOTHER A\AKES FIGHT
OVER CHILD'S CUSTODY
Says Father Is Unfit to Care
for Infant
. ' OAKLAND. Sept. 23. — Judge Waste
'.listened to testimony today tending to
.;6how that Vincent Sylva. the first hus
• • band of Mrs. Adelaide B. Butler, was
. : .an unfit person to have the care of
. ; .' .their baby daughter, Beatrice. Testl
.. • mony vas given to the effect that Syl
:: va boasted often of his conquests over
other women, and that he spoke of his
"i former wife in a disrespectful way.
\u25a0." Mrs. Butler made a request for a modl
• fication of the divorce decree by virtue
•. of which Sylva has the care of the
• child. iMore testimony will be heard
t.omorriw. >
Adeline Kruckeberg was granted a
final decree of divorce today against
.. Frank Kruckeberg on the ground of
extreme cruelty.
The following new suits for divorce
were begun today: Georgina against
. John Crossthwaite, failure to provide;
.. Conception Tiret against Frank, deser
. tion.
COMMITTEE CHOSEN TO
GATHER INFORMATION
BERKELEY. Sept. 23. — For the ap
pointment of a committee which shall
in the future gather all data and in
rVrmation in regard to Berkeley, as a
mv-ans of preventing annexation, se
cession and other movements, resolu
tions were passed by the chamber of
commerce of thss city last night.
President C. C. Juster will name the
committee at the next meeting. - Di
rector George 8. .. Ocheltree was ap
pointed by the chamber as a delegate
to the California development board.
CAR CREW IS FINED
FOR ATTACKING CHEF
OAKLAND. Sept. 23. — Charles Erick-
Kon. a motorman. and J. C. Lloyd, con
. doctor, on a Richmond car, were found
guilty by Police Judge Samuels this
"-.morning of committing battery upon
\u25a0 *V- J- Jones, emploj-ed as chef, of J. C.
Bunting's private car. Jones was beaten
. unconscious and left Jn the street near
Emeryville. Erlckson was fined $30
• and Lloyd $20.
Alameda Church Services
.; .. ALAMKDA. S*pt. 2:s.— First Btptint church,
;.-b«nta Clara ar^m.* near Benton street. Rev.
... .. L. r. BasseU. minister.
*\u25a0 il}i 1 } ?.fl°? k ~? I .? ni i? X worship and sermon; sub
\u25a0 Je<t, Lmu~ Ute Over Again." During wwshlp
"•\u25a0 /\u25a0" TSlirtn J f n<l nnrßP '-y «\u25a0"! be conduct*!
•" f^/Hnf^^tSn 1 " I>arentß can - then mV
•• ..?r ? - / l 'l f * * R(V t ! ' !ti «a<'. or H^cile Fortes."
• 3 ™r? t ! l f^r a o^- !Rt . lc , h 7 n ot cbarct> worship.
..--.. •ilimo FCbool— 9:4.j o'clock «. m H F C«rvln
.„ siywriutcndeut. The school is jrraded 'and hai
, ijraarterlv examinations, or tests, with- report
\u25a0 - *
\u25a0 .*\u25a0\u25a0; fetors sludj- c\&% nifrii. «t 10 o'clock
\u25a0\u25a0 Tb£. Her I. P. «.«rll has retu>£S l£m the
\u25a0 a* rnnrlKo Btf BaptUt association conference.
... -wfjrn held at Mode*lo September 20 to 23
M^-Mtxers Irotn his church were Mr* w-~w
ttobinson.-Mrs* r. T. Ward and Mr* C B
. Bei<?.-- The pastor, made a report -ti bible
ecVinle or tin* ahvociatiiri. He tarred educa
. tiontl evangelism la the bible school.
$50.000 CHURCH TO BE BUILT
BY CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS
-\u2666- — . .. — \u25a0 ; . ,—., — . — — — - — . — -•\u2666-
j View of the church which will be erected by Berkeley CMstian Scientists. The picture is from a.drawing by the
I • architect, Bernard Maybeck of Maybeck, Howard & White. V
\u2666\u25a0 :—:: — : : : : _ __ .*.
WOMEN TO ARRANGE
MISSION JUBILEE
Members of Eight Denomina*
tions Wftl Meet Today at
First Baptist Church
OAKLAND, Sept. 23. — An interde
nominational meeting of women's mis
sionary societies of the bay cities will
be held at the First Baptist church.
Twenty-first street anJ Telegraph
avenue, at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon to complete arrangements for the
celebration here of the fiftieth anni
versary of the society. The jubilee
will last until spring and will be ob
served throughout the nation from
October until late in May,, when a
great demonstration will be held in
New York. A large maeting will be
held October 12 or 13 at the First
Congregational church. Twelfth and
Clay streets, and will be addressed by
the national and coast leaders in the
society. This meeting will be part of
thi national celebration which will
conclude in New York in JNlay, 1911. . It
Is to make arrangements for the local
demonstration that tomorrow's meet
ing is called. The gathering is open
to all interested persons.
Women repres^nting branches In
eight denominations will assemble at
the First Baptist church. Reports will
DON'T _BE BALD \
Almost Any One May Secure
a Splendid Growth of Hair.
You can easily flnd out for yourself
if your hair needs nourishment, if it
is thinnine, getting dry, harsh £.nd brit- i
tie, or splitting: at the ends. You have '
simply to pull a hair from the top of
your head and closely examine its root.
If the bulb is plump and rosy it is all
right; if it is while and shrunken your
hair is diseased and needs / nourish-
ment.
We have a remedy for hair troubles
1 that can not be surpassed. It has a
record of growing hair and curing
baldness in 93 out of 100 cases where
used according to directions for a rea-
sonable length of time. It will even
grow hair- on bald heads if the scalp
is not glazed^and shiny. That may
seem like a "strong statement— it is,
and we mean it to be, and no one
should doubt it until they have put our
claims to an actual test. ;
We are so sure that Rexall "93" Hair
Tonic will completely eradicate dan-
druff, prevent baldness, stimulate the
scalp and hair roots, stop falling hair,
and grow new hair, that. we personally
give our positive guarantee to refund,
every penny paid us for Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic in every instance where it!
does, not do as we claim or fails to,
give entire satisfaction to the user. .!
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleasant;
to use 8S clear spring water. It • is
perfumed with a pleasant odor, and |
does not gr ease or gum the hair. < We |
have it in two sizes, prices 50 cents and
$1.00. We urge you to try Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic on our recommendation and
with our guarantee back of lt. You
certainly take no risk. .Remember, you
can obtain Rexall remedies in San
Francisco only at the. Owl Drug Co.!
Inc., 710 Market- street, ' 778 Marked
street. Post and Grant „ avenue. Six-
teenth and Mission streets, Fillmore
and Geary streets.
Ml IN U T E S
You "may doubt It— but we can
-PROVE it:
- DETAILS ON PAGE, 10. '•'
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL; \ SATUBDAYvr SEPTEMBER \u25a0, 24; 19lp.
be heard from committees which were
appointed at earlier meetings. -
Mrs. L. A. Keller of the First Pres
byterian church will preside. Mrs. J. J.
Rohlfs, secretary of the district; Mrs.
C. H. Hobart, and Miss Mary Ortin of
the King's Daughters society, treasurer
of the district, will assist. /
,Commltteewomen will include Mrs.
Charles R. Brown, Mrs. J. J. Chown,
Airs. Esther Johnson, Miss Isabelle
Smith of the Young Women's Christian
association, Miss Grace Nichols of the
Jewish" mission of San Francisco, Mrs.
J. E. Hill, Mrs. G. W. Hinman, Mrs. A.
J. Plllsbury, Mrs. P. F. Schertzer, Mrs.
G. C. Mitchell, Mrs. W. J. Passiby, Miss
Mary E. Sanford, Mrs. J. Sunderland,
Miss Emma R. Hempstead of .the Young
Women's Christian "association. Miss
Matilda Brown of the King's Daughters,
Mrs. Josiah Keep of Mills college, Mrs.
George C. Smyth, Mrs. H: H. Guy and
others. ; .
BUSINESS STAFF CHOSEN— Berkeley. Sept.
23. — Manager U. C. Inprara, business man
aser of the Blue and Gold, the class annual of
1012. has named the following ! members of
hi« business staff: 11. S. Chase. I. Q. Cock
roft. M. J. Black, A. L, Beal.'W. S.Heger.
Dorothy Fish. Pearl Kenyon, Agnes School
aud Florence Haynes.
RAIL>VAY TRAVEL
( ~ -~ — -^—
z^^^. Schedule Effective
p^Pl August 29, 1910
, Vft^2<W U.MO.V FERRY DEPOT
N^£jj^' San Frnnclwco : .
.Leave. I Via Sauialito. | Arrive.
{6:43 a Petaluma. ' Santa Rosa, *Healds-
bnrg. •Cloverdale, Guernevllle,
Monte Bio, Duncaa Mills,
Caiadero J9:osp
7 :15« Sonoma. Glen Ellen 6 - 06p
7:45 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa, Bealds- •
burg, Cloverdale, Uklah, .Wll-
llts. Sherwood 7-35 d
8:15 a Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker, Caza-
dero . 7:35n
S :4sa Petaluma. Santa Rosa, Guerne-
ville. Monte Rio, Duncan Mills,
(leaves from Cazadero) - 7-osn
• J9 :lsa Sonoma. Glen Ellen. . ts-ash
" J9:lsaPt. Reye5..:...............;;;;; tg-olp
10:45 a Petaluma. SanU Rosa .... 4 : 35n
Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker, Caza- '
. dero **11'05a
3:15p P#taluma. Santa Rosa, HealdV- t
burg, Cloverdale, Uklah. Guer-
Beville. Monte Rio. Duncan
Mills, Sebastopol (to Caza-
dero Saturday and Sunday)... 11-05*
: 4 :45p Sonoma. Glen Ellen
5:15p Petaluma. Santa Ropa 8-Ss*
, s:4spPt. Reyes (leaves 7:15 p. m Z00"Z 00 "
I Sundays) ; 8:05 a
ELECTRIC SUBURB AN VIA SAtfBALITO
I SausaUtO, Mill Valley, Saa Rafael — Daily
• every 30 minutes from 6:45 a.m. until 945
. a.m.; hourly'until 2:45 p.m.. then' 3:ls p. m
\u25a0 and every 30 minutes until 7:45 p. m., then 9-00
10:35 p. m. and 12:01 a. m. " (On Sundays' in
i addition — Every 30 minutes from 9:45 a. m. to
L 3:15 p. m.. excepting 2:15 p. m.) »
Fairfax— Leaves t6:43. 7:15. 7:45, 8:15, 8-45
9:15. 9:45, ±10:15, 10:45, -111:15. 11:45 a. m •
\u25a0 J12:15. 12:45, Jll5. 1:45. 2:45. 3:15, 3:45.? 4 -15
• 4:45, 5:15, 5:45. 6:15. 6:45, t7:15. 7:45,-9ioo'
t ,1*10:35 p.m.. J12:01 a. m.
Saa Quentin via San Rafael — 8:45 a. m., 1*45
p. ™. . ... '
' Tiburoa and Belvedere — Week days, 7:30,-900
, |10:45 a. m. (112:45 p. m. Saturdays only), 3:30*
, 5:30 p.m. Sundays — 7:30. 9:00, 11:00 a m •
12:30. 3:30, 5:30 p. m. «nd §12:01 a. m. . "-
•Sundays arrive 7:05 p.m. * "Mondays r'only.
tExcept Sunday. {Sunday only. only
• if Saturday and Sunday only, j {Via Sausalito.
Pacific Transfer Company's agents are author-
ized to check baggage' direct -from 'residence. . •
f MUIR WOODS ;?
MT. TAMALPAIS
VIA SAUSALITO FEPRY
FOOT OF MARKET tTREET
Wound Trip from San Frinalsca, $1.90
Li.tu fnecfret Lr. Malr Waift Lt. Timtlnls
• Wfe>cd »T Sunday Weekdiy Sunday Weekday Sandty '
" 9:45 a 8:15 a t7:20» 11:00* .".' 7:2ot 110:10 a'
1:45p 9:15 a 1:40p 11:45 a 1:40p 11:15 a
* 4:45t ,3:45* ©2:40p 12:§0p ; 4:14p 12:40 i
...... 10:45 a 4:20p 2:40p * 9:50p 2:32?
...... 11:46* ....... 3:50 p.;.... 3:45p
1:45 P...... -5:20p .7;... 5:10p
3:45 P...... 6:40 p...... 6:40?
>4:l6p®ToMt. Tamalp sisonly ......
*To Muir Bat. only, t Mon. only. aSat.only.KMuironlyi ;
' Ticket t Offices-rSauralito Ferrj* and 874 Market
General Office— Mill YaHey, California \u25a0\u25a0,:\u25a0\u25a0 t.' ' '
1 "Taveri if Tuulpis" vA "Widr In" in ilwiis itu fir insts
OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY
Depot 12thand. Mlssioa— F. 8. Str at ton, Receiver
Leave San Francisco. If- Leave Arlata.
A. M.»: 00, 9:30, tl0:30|!A. M. 5:25, 6:40. 11:20
S. M.3:CO. 5:40, «S:«UP. 11.3:25,44:10
•Leave Tunitta Glen: A. M.. |6:15; P. M.. 3:00.
All . trains dally .except t Sundays only, f Mon-
days only. STunltas Glen Saturdays only; 'Stage
.for San Gregorio and ' Pescadero.
: ' BAY AAD isTERURBAX ROUTES '
H**^ ?J.<»-«*« v«U£y BiXJ* I L
1 j^ * Q '
Mire Island Navy Yara.y«TleJo,tJipiTßt.H«lena
• - Boats leave 7:00. 9:45 a. m ,12^0. 3:20.
&00. 8:3 Op. nu Meal* ala Carte. - - \u25a0
Dock and office. North End Ferry Bnlldlni. \u25a0"
- ffconct: Kearny 409; Borne C 4708.
LUBBOCK WILL KTTN— Alameda, Sept. 23.—
City Treasurer Oswald Lubbock has issued a
statement in which be declares that he will
be a • candidate for re-election . at the election
next April.
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth — Cherbourt? — Soatltampton
Philadelphia— Queen«tovrn— -Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
»w York— London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
New York— London— Paris— Rotterdam
Via Plymouth and Boulosne-Sur-Mer
RED STAR? LINE
Xcir York — Dower— Antwerp .-. 1
, WHITE STAR LINE
N.Y.-Q.ueenfitOTfrn-Hol7bead-LlTerpool
JV.Y.-Plymouth-Cherbourc-Sonthamptoa
Ilos( on — Qurfn«loHn — Liverpool ;.
New. York 'and' Boston to \u25a0'
RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT
The Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Alerters,
Villefranche, Genoa, Naples, Alexandria
Romanic ....Oct. 1, Nov. 12. Dec. 15. Feb. 4.
Canoplc Oct. : 22, Nov. 30. April 8.
Cretic ....Nov. 2, Dec. 7, March 29.
•CEDRIC (21.035 t0na)..... ..Jtn. 11. Feb. 22
•CELTIC (20.904 toas) Jaa. 25, Mar. 8
•Largest steamers) to the Mediterranean
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Canadian Service Mall Steamers
Montreal— Quebec— Liverpool
Weekly j Sailing:"* The Scenic Ronte to
Europe I
XEW S. S. LAVRENTIC &* MEGANTIC
Largest and Most Modern Steamers on the St.
Lawrence.' '- \u25a0'" \u25a0 '." \u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0-.\u25a0 ' .-\u25a0. -\u25a0 ' ' . ; j
6. K. KOEPPEL, Pattenger Agrent Pacific Coast,
_ 319 Geary street, opposite St. Francis
Hotel, San Francisco, j
london y '' •\u25a0\u25a0 TUESDAYS
Bipreit SaUiogt.
IKaio. Wllhm 11, Oct. 4 ICecille Oct. 18 I
K. Wm. <1. Gr.Oet. 11 |Kronprlnz Wm.Oct. 25 |
pa«s on fiprman ™ rsdays
BREMEN IJIPI llHlll 10 A- M.
. .. v Twin Screir Sailings.
|Gr. Kurfuerst..Oct. 6 |G.Wash > n(new).Oct. 21 1
IPrlr.7. F. Wm.OPt. 13 | 'Barharoasa ...0ct.271
\u25a0 •BrpmPn direct. •. -; .r • ' . • ,
IK. Luise ...;... Oct. 1 1 KOenlg Albert. . Oct. 22 I
I Berlin (new).;. Oct. -;B|P. Irene.. Not. 5}
Wireless and Sabmsirtae fllxnala.
-, - Independent Konnd-tbe-Vforld Tours.
Travelers ' Cheeks' Good All Over the World. "- '
OELRICHS & CO- Cen'l Aflts., S iroadwty. N.T.
Robert Capelle. G. A.^ P. s C, 250 Powell st.
opposite St. Franclt Hotel, Saa Francisco.. Tele-
phone— Kearny 4794. ; :
AROUND THE WORLD-.
Twqf Grand Crnises of
v about; three s and r one-half
months duration each, -
"Around the .World," the
first to leave New York Not.
1," 1911,' 'and the' second;
% from San Francisco, Feb. 17,
1 1912, .by " the ' large trans- '
atlantlci steamer, :- "Clere- ,
land." Rates from $650. up.
Also cruises to West Indies, '
the Orient and South
A" America.',
- v?Write . for Itinerary of Both
; "Cruises. Guide and Trarel Books
\u25a0.';.: on Sale. .-- -' .- N .- ',',- .
Hninburic-Amerlcan Line \u25a0"•. i '-'
160 Powell ' at. Paoae Kearny 294<J.'- ,
FRENCH LIINE
v CIE. GLB. l TEANBLANTIQUE
DIRECT LINE TO HAVKE-^PARIS
Sailings ETery Thursday and Saturday.
La Touralne. Sept. ; 29 | La ProTence. . Oct. .6 v
EXTEA SAILINGS ; :
La SaVole. . : . '. Oct . 13 : 1 j La . Touralne;. Oct. : 27
La Lorraine .". Oct. 20 b \ La Proreace . . Not. - k 3
V These steamers'carry i one class (II) cabin'
passengers . only. ' :. *'• \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'"' "•" r ..-
Chlcago .....Oct. 1 I 'Nlagtrt .....0ct."29 =
La Gascogne. .Oct. 15 | Florlde .... . .Nov.. 12
' FUG AZI BROS. , Pacific; Coast Managers?!
630 . street, . 8«a - Fr^nciico'^
, Cabin ; pf flee, » 6Ss . Marke : " street. >-. : ; J; - ,T ":" t
Canadian Pacific Zmprest '': line or ' Steamers
Bailing I weekly between Montreal | and I Ltrerpool.
. Wireless on \u25a0 all steamers. - : Ask any ticket agent;
or write E. E. PENN, O. A., Palace HoteJ, Saa
INJURED MAN TRIES
TO OBTAIN DAMAGES
Judgment Awarded^ 1 2 Years
Ago Remains Unpaid and
v , \ Bond Disappears
OAKLAND, Sept." 2 3.— Although 12
years* have passed since he'was .in
jured and in spite of the fact; that he
secured judgment jin^l9o4,^Xavier yish
er has been unable to collect from ; the
"Western fuse and; explosive company
any part "of :thes: thes 1,260; damages award
ed , him. \u25a0 Today he '.made another at
tempt by means of an in
Judge : Harris* court/ conducted by > At
torney Stanley; Moore. ." .
. Fisher was , Injured, when*: the com
pany's " plant ; was blown up^by. a Chi
nese in 1898. Numerous appeals were
taken from the judgment, but the su
preme court finally decided that he was
entitled to recover. In the meantime
the assets of the company, disappeared.
F. H. Pittrrian, secretary of the com
pany, -.was .questioned ; by. Moore and
said j that he had < held;" three-sevenths
of the" stock, at the time :of the explo
sion. He: received $60,000 for his hold
ings whea .the plant- was sold shortly
after. ; Former"' State \ Senator G. R.us-*
sell Lukens;owned most of the : rest of
the stock, he said. , v ;*. ".
fr The bond put up when the appeal was
taken secure the: amount;, of the
judgment has disappeared. The case
was continued one week, and then Lu
kens will be questioned ' as 'to what
property, the company; may have.' :
CHANGES MADEIIN THE^R
CAST OF "THE MIKADO"
BERKELE"?, Sept. 23.— Changes have
been made in the cast of "The Mikado,"
which the women of the Treble Clef so
ciety of the university will stage in an
Oakland theater next month, as fol
lows: Herbert B. Johnson to the part
taken by Harold Brayton, who resigned
on account vof college duties; E. D.
Woodward to the part "of Pish-Tish,
and C. N. Smith to that of Nanki-Po.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
> rf.ir is^ Steamers leave from Broad-
*/c^^ S *^©V way Wharves (Piert 9 and
fa/ytJSfto V\ -Low rates, lnclndlng berth
If Vm^KA I I ' and meals.
t V VotM^Bi/ .1 Special Round Trip Hates.
vVjtt JdMT LOS ANGELES
: SAN DIEGO
'/^*T~^ 'SAKTA BARBARA
President or Governor Alternate Mondays, 4 p. m.
\u2666Santa Rosa Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calllns at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle, for Southeastern Alaska,
Skagwsy, Dtwson, Fairbanks tad all points on
the. Yukon. - »
President or Governor Alternate Saturdays, 2 pm.
City of Topeka or Queen.
. \u25a0• Alternate Tuesdays, -2 p. m.
. EUREKA (HVMBOLDT BAY) .
State of Cal. Sept. 27. Oct.' 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21,
.25/29, 4 p. m. \u25a0 .
GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN, LATAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO
Curacto .7th of each month, 12 m.
LEAVE SEATTLE
ALASKA CRUISES 1011 '^> •„,-•,'*
Spokane.. June 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 9
NOME— ST. MICHAEL
Umatilla... Thursday. : Sept. 20, 10 a. m.
• Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace - Hotel, 653 Market
st.," 16 Market, st. and . Broadway Wharf . '
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. r Oakland 5680.
C. D. DUN ANN, General Passenger Agent.
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&s*. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
|W| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%J*3y Tehuantepec Route
Resrular Fast Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
aailins; irom New York every six days,
making direct : connection -with Pacific
steamers salllnt; from Salina ,Cruz,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco^
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European ports under through
rates 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 Coaat. ~
310 Sansome St., San Francisco
I SEATTLE -TACO MA
% BelllnKhtm, Anaeortes, Everett, Port Town-
tend, ' Victoria, Vancouver and all Alaska
ports.
3. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON. : ....... .Sept. 24
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S. S. 8UCKMAN ....!.:.....?.... . . .Sept. 30
! Alaska-Pacific Steamship Co.
: TICKET OFFICES:
: General Agent's office.* Howard street wharf
No. 3. „ Ticket office,: 54 Market street and
648 Market street.
"": . Sailings from Howard street wharf No. 3.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
\u25a0 ORIENTAJL , STEAMSHIP COMPANY ,
8. & Chiyo Maru.. Thursday. Oct. 6, 1910. 5 p. ra.
S. B. , Tenyo Maru. . . . . . . . : Tuesday, Nor. 1. 1910
8. 8. Nippon Kara. . . . . .'.Tuesday, Not. 22, 1910
I Steamers tall -from company's piers," Nos. 42,
44. near foot of Second St., at 1 p. m.. for Yoko-
hama and I HofKtkong. calling at- Honolulu, Kobe
(Hlogo) and: Nagasaki -and Shanghai and con-
necting at HongVong with steamers for Manila.
'India, etc. 4 No cargo received. on board on day
of sailing. Round trip- tickets 'at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply s at office. 240
James Flood building. ' W. H. AVERY. .»
_ ; ..>.;. .1 \u25a0.\u25a0'..' Assistant General Manaser.
UNION S,;S; CO. p|N.Z. Ltd.
New I Throogh" ' Pt«*nger :'\u25a0\u25a0 and ; Freight Service
\u25a0 Without Change. - \u25a0> \u25a0\u25a0 ••\u25a0\u25a0•-
SAN FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON. -N. Z..
VIA TAHITI- AND RARATONGA. t
8. 8. AOEANGI - (4.268 ; tont) 5ai15. . . . . . N0t. 16
8. 8. MAITAI I (3,893 tons) stilt. . . . ; . ;r.Dec : 14
Railings every 28 days; connection at Welling-
ton >* tnd Auckland • for \u25a0- New' Zealan d; ports \u25a0 and
Australia;^ ; \u25a0 - y -'""-. '" r -'-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 -\u25a0' '\u25a0..--•
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.. Geaeral Aaents. eo.Clty st
Ticket Of (Ice. J573 Market st. Tel. X earn y 1231.
*» fAlfli Ifl If The new. fast and
I ItTHJill Hill elegantly fitted S.
11l iHvl^ -13,250 tons displace- ,
I I^JJI ment, sails at noon,
- Honolulu 5 and Hllo.'i
S. S. rHILONIAN" : sails noon, Oct. 8,
1910, for Honolulu and Kahului. ;: Round
trip to: Honolulu, $110,1 first class.^Mat-
son; Navigation* Co., 268 Marketv Street.
HHIMOI 111 II s - s - Sierra. (10.000 tons dis-
\ IIUIIULULU pucement) sails -11 a. m.^ Oct.
!1,^1910. 4 SpecUKroundtriplllO,'. first class.
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND— S.S.
;>j:iolfarlpoßa tails :llja.l,m.;,Oct;: llja.1 ,m.;,Oct; IT.
Special " Tahiti round 1 trip , $135, first ! class, t i
OCEANIC LINE.I67S Mtt.: tel., Kearoy i. 12311.
On At
The Army Maneuver Camp *
% Paso Robles Hot Springs
See the Regulars and Militia
at Practice Work
Educational Spectacular
Interesting
Round (JO 7C
. .Tickets Good Until October 31
[SOUTH ERM
PACIFIC
TICKET OFFICES
Flood Bulldlngr
Palace Hotel •
Market Street Ferry Depot
Broadway and 13th St., Oakland
READ—
"THE SPIRIT OP IDAHO"
By Arthur W. North .
"GREATER THAN GOLD"
(The Harnessing of Western Rivers)
By Clayton, M. Jones
In OCTOBER STJXSET MAGAZIXQ
Now on sale on all news stands; ,
L. -13 cents/ -;v^;--. v _
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER IS. ISO
VIA OAKLAND PIBR
Lot* . (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
- 2.15 a Niles, Tracy. Lathrop, Stockton,
Lodi. Gait, Elk Grore, Sacramento. . H.lBp
8.40 a Haywftrd. Niles. San Jose. 7.08 a
7.00* Richmond. Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun. 1
Dixon. Sacramento. Roserille, Marys- > 7.23s
rille. Redding. Dunsmuir. J 10.38?
v 7jOQ* Elmira. Vacarflle, Rumsey. 7.28?
7JJO* Daris. Woodland . (Marysville. Oro- ,
rule), Williams, Maxwell. Willowa.
Hamilton. Cornin g . Red Bluff 7.23p
7.40t Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, SanU Rosa,
Martinez. * - 6.08s
7.40 a Avon, San Ramon, lirermoro S.4Bp
7.40 a Niies, Pleasanton, liTermore. Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento. 7.28p
7.40t Trasy, Los Banos. Kerman. Fresno. 4.28p
i B.ooa Net7=ri (Ceaterville), Saa Jose. Lot
iGatos, Wright, Feltoa (Boulder
Creek), BanU Ctuj ' 5.48p
& 8.20 a Port CosU, Mir tines. Byroa. Tracy.
f- Stockton. Merced, Fresno. Goshea "*>-i-i
- Junction (Hanford, Armoffa), Visalia.
Porterrille. Bakersfleld 4.48p
8.20 a Yosemite Valley ra Merced. 4.48t
9.00 a NQes. fSin.Jose), Lrrermore, Stockton
(*MUtoa), Valley Sprins, lone, Sacra-
mento. ......... 4.23p
9.00 a Sonora, Tuolumne and Angds 4.28p
9.00* Atlantis Express — Sacramento, True*
kee. Ogden. Salt Lake City, Denver.
Kansas City, Omaha. Chicago 8.28p
9.40 a Richmond, Port CosU, Martines,
» Bay Point 6.48p
10.20 a Vallejo Mare Island, Napa 1128 a
10.20 a Los Angeles Passenger— Port CosU,.
Martinez. Byroa, Tracy, Stockton.
* Merced. Fresno. (Hanford, Coallnga,
Visalia.) Bakersfield, Los Angeles. . . . 7.43?
10.40 a Saa Francisco Overland Limited—
Denver. Kansas City. St Louis,
Omaha, Chicago 5.28b
II 20a Shuta Limited— Portland. .Taeoma.
Seattle 9.18p
12.00n Goldaeld Pass.— Port CosU. Benicia.
Sacramento, Truckee, Haxen. W*.
. buska (Yerington. Mason), Mina.
i Tonopah. Goldfidd. Laws, Keder.... 7.48 a
[ I ZOOn Marysriile. Chico. lied 81uff ......... 4iB>
£ 1.20p Niles. Irrington. San Jc5e....:...... 2.48p
t, 1.40b San Leandro. Niles. Ceaterrille, / 9.08 a
f Newark. San J05e....... I 7^Bp
t 2.03b Newark, Saa Jose, Lot Gatos, Wright.
j Feltoa (Boulder Creek). BanU Cnu.. 9.58p
• 2.40b San Leandro, Niles. San Jose. 9.28*
i j 3-0Q» Benicia. Winters. Sacramento — Wood-
land, Knights Landing. Tudor, Yabs
Gty. MarysTille 10.48*
. 3.20> Port CosU (Stockton). Martinez,
Byron, Modesto. Merced. Fresno.. 1 2.08 p
3.45 a Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helena.
Calistoga. 10.35«
4.00p Vallejo, Napa, Calietoga, SanU Rota.
Martinet, San Ramon, Lirermore... 928 a
4.00p Nilss (Center vflle. Newark). Liver- J 1028 a
-- more, Tracy, Stockton. Lodi :\ 1 1. IS?
. . 4.40t San Leandro, Hayward, Nile*. Pleat- '
. anton, Lireraore, Tracy, Newaua,
Kerman, Fresno...... I I.ISp
5.00s Vallejo. Port CosU, Benicia, Gac>
mento. Lincoln, Marysville. Ororflle. 1128 a
.- 5.00p Davis, Woodland, Yolo. Arbuekle. t 2.48?
• •-\u25a0•\u0084' Williams. Colusa Junction, Willovn \ 8.28p
5.00p Ru«ell, San Jose, Lo« Gat 05 ......... 928 a
5.20b San Leandra. Niles. San Jose. 7.48>
600p Owl Limited— Los Angeles. 8.08»
6.40p Eastern Express— Ogden. Pueblo. Den-
ver. Kansas City, St. Louis, Chkago,
Port CosU, Benicia. Sacramento. .
Truckee. (Lake Tahoe). Reno. Sparks 8.28p
. 6.40p Hayward, NQet and San Jose 6.48p
J7.00p VaUejo, Port CosU. Martinez, Bay
Pointand Way SU tions JI I.ISp
7.40s Richmond. - Port Costa, Martines, »
Cornwall, Tracy. Lathrop, Stockton. 12.48p
8.20p Oregon Express— ; Davis, (Sacramento),
V Willows, Redding, Ashland, Portland,
Taeoma. Seattle. Spokane B.oB*
9.00p China and Japan Fast Mail— Ogden.
: Cheyenne, • Denver, Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago.. .7"..... 2.48p
9.00p Port Costa. Benicia, Sacramento, Col-
;- ; - fax.Truckee. Reno. Sparks ? 10.08b
9.40p BakersSdd. McKittrlck. Montrca,.
"--\u25a0" --\u25a0- Moron. Fellow. "... .... 8.28 a
9.40p Richmoni Port CosU. Tracy. Mo-
• desto, Merced, Fresno, Haniord,
Coolinga, Visalia, Tu1are.......... 8.28 a
1 1 .4Gp Portland Express— Sacramento, Haryt-
Taie.E^ed Bluff. Weed .(Klamath Falls),
" ' .' ' " Ashland, Roseburg. Portland. Taeo-
ma, 5eatt1e. . ..................... ie.2Bp
NETHERLAND'SROUTE— From Ptdfle Street Whtr t
Collmsrflle, Emnaton, Rio Vista. Isletoa. Ryde. -Wal-
nut Grove, Vorden. Courtland, Clarksburg. Sacramento.
, Steimer Navajo, leaves San Francisco 8:00 a. m. dally
except Sunday, stopping at points shown, arriving Sac-
- ramento 6:00 pjn. Leaves Sacramento 9:00 pja. d-Sy
except Sunday (no stops ea route), arriving Saa Fraa-
eisco 5:00 a.m. - •
Steamer Modcc or Apache, kavea San Frudsco 1.00
p.m. Daily, except Sunday:' arrive San Fraaeisco 11.30
-. p.m.; . - . _\ - , . \u25a0 \u25a0_
OAKLAND HARBOR. FERRY— From San Franduo.
Marktt Street Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from 6.C0
,- aja.*to 9.00 p.m. Sundays— C 4s. Rl5. 9.45. 11.15
aja., 12.45, 2.15. 8.45, 5.15. 6.45. 8.15 and 9.45 pja.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Alameda Pisr.
To Oakland and Alameda— ftilO. f5.45 a.m.. and thea
'. : 10 and 45 minutes past the hoar until 7.45 pja.: thea
.8.30. 9.15. 10.00. 10.4.5. 11.80 pjn. aad 12.15 aja.
-To Alameda and Fraltval» via Horteshoe wn» at «boy«.
\u25a0 for Morning. : " p for Afternoon. Sunday exeested.
\u25a0.-.'. * Sunday only. } Saturday and Sunday only, -
aSunday and Monday only.
VIACOASTUNE j
LesTS (Third and Towaaead Street*) Arrms '
r ,
t5.33i Loop— Valeaeia Street. 0««a View.
Cemeteries, South Saa Francisco,
23d Street. 3rd aad Townsend tB.4S«
6.30 a South baa Fmncisco, S&a Josp, Gilroj,
(Hollister). Sargent. Pijsro. Watsoa-
Tille, SanU Cras. 7-50?
7.10 > South San Fraccisco. F&Io Alto. Sen
Jose, Way Surions 7.30 a
7. 10 a Mayfield. Los Altos, Los Gatot t7.20?
8:00 a Shers lina Limited— Paso Robiea
HotSprinss, SaaU Barbara, Lea
knviin 8.30*
&05a The Coaster— Saa Joar. Pajxro (Wat-
sooville. Saata Cro»), Cartrorille,
s (Del Monti", Monterey, Pacific Grore).
±b Silicas. Soledad P*=o Roblrs Hot
v *\u25a0 Springs Atascadero, San L«is Obispo.
Hart. (Lompoc), Santa Barbara.
Ventura, Oxnard, Los Ansel w 11.45»
aiOa UaTSdd. Los Altos, Los Gates, Wright.
Glea«r ood( Boulder Creek). SanU Crus.
WatsonriUe, CastroTille. Dei Monte.
Monterey. Pacific GroTe * 9J)Op
9.00 a San Jose. Gilroy, Salicas, fkm Robles
Hot Sprinzs. A^tucsdero. San Luis
Obispo— Tres Pinos — WatsonTSle,
Santa Cnu, Del -Monte, Monterey.
Ptdfie Grote 4.CCp
1Q.40t South San Francisco, Biniinesme. San
Mateo. Palo Alto, San Jose f6.35»
IO.4O« Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gatot.. {
11.30* Valencia Street. Ocean View, CoLxsa.
Cemeteries, Baden. San 8run0. ..... 1.35?
11.40 a South San Francisco, San J05e....... t&2oa
2.00b Del Moats Express— S*a Jose, G:lroy,
Ssrg»;t (WstsonvC'.e, Santa Crus).
Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove.
(Salinas) !2.30»
2.05? South San Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa
Jose 8.45 a
fZOSa Los Altos, Monta Vista, L«» Gates... |3.25»
3.OQp South Saa Francis co. Saa Mpteo. Saa
Jose, Gilr^y, Tres Pinos. Salinas 10.10 a
3.00 i WatsonTille, Santa Crjs. Cajtrorills.
Dd Monte. Monterey, Pacific Grore. 10.10 a
3.15» SanU Clara, West San Jose. Los Gates.
Wn'sht, (Boulder Creek). SanU Cras. 10.30 a
4.09 Sunset Express — Tucson. Deming.
El Paso. Houston. New Orleans.
Paso Robles Hot Springs, Atascadero.
San Lois Obispo. SanU Barbara ana
LosAnseles , 10.55*
4.00? Kansas aty, St. Louis, Chicaso 10.55 a
4.2o»'South San Francisco. Saa Jose t3CCa
t5.05p Buriingame, San Mateo, Palo Alto.
Saa Jose >nd Way Stations 8.45*
' f5.20? Redwood. Palo Alto, Saa Jose. 1. 10?
f5.20p Los Altos, MonU Vista, Los Gatos... \3JZfy
1 5.25 ? Buriiasssie. San Mauo, San Jose 3.253
|5.30p Loop— Valeaeia Street, Ocean View.
Cemeteries, South Eaa Francisco.
23d Street. 3d and Townsend +6.40 a
5.40b Saa Bruno, San Mateo. Redwood. Palo f V 25a
Alto. SanU Clara. San Joee ( 7.35 a
15.40* Los Alto*. Los Gates, EanU Cnu.... J9.45a
1 6.00 • Mill brae. Saa Mateo, Palo Alto. May-"
6c id, Los Altos, Los Gates t&OOa
t6.05p 23d Street, VisiUcioa. Sooth San
Francisco, Valencia Street t7.15»
6.30p South Saa Francisco. San Jose 5.45 a
B.oos The Lurk— Pa«> P.oMts Hot Springs.
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles &3Oa
8.05 \u25a0 Los .\ncelesPa.«cen|er— Gilroy, Salinas.
Paso Ro&ies Hot Sprinss. Atascadero.
Saa Luk Obispo, SanU Barbara aad
Lot Aageles BL3OB
10.00 l Saa Joee and Way Stattens 7.20*
I 1.45p South Saa Franeuco. Palo Alto. Saa f 7.45 a
Jose... \ilO.SOp
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vla Otktind Pur.
To Oakland, Berkeley. Btrryman. Cut Oaklaad and
Frultvais — Daily — >rom ti.CO ajn.. and titty twenty
minutes until 7.00 pja. indueire; thea 7.40. BSO,
9.00. 9.40. 102% 11.00, .11.40 pja, 12^0 and
1.20 aja.
Ta Sather tad Mtirese vta Seventh St— Da2y— From
6.00 a.m.. acd erery twenty asinutes until 7.00 p.m.
indushrv. then 7AO. 3.20, 9XO, 9.40. 10.20. 11J).
and IL4O pja. ,
Ta Stenehorit— Daily Except Sunday— CCQ. 7.C0, 8.00,
9.00 sjju 2.20. ICO. 4.00. 5.00, 4.40 pja. Sonday
only 9.C0 10.CO aja. LCO. 2i». 2.C0. 4JX). 5.00.
5.40 p.m. - : . - - \u25a0 - ;
Ta Oakland Firtt St.. Fraltvaie, Atameda. via Hoc Hih.o*
- —Daily— Froai TB.CO. 8.20 aja. and ' erery twenty
minutes until 8.20 ajn. inclusive: then 9.00. 9.20,
10.00, W. 20. 11.00. 11.20 a.at. 12 bjl. 12.20 .1.00. L2O,
2.00. 2.20. 3.00. 3.20. 23.40 pja. and erery twenty \u25a0
— min-ites until 7 pjs. inrittsrre; 7.40. 8.20, 9.C0. 9.40,
10.20, 11.00 and 11.40 p.za.. IX2O and L2O aja. '
Additbnal traia to Oaiiand First SC 2Ji aja.
Ta Wtst Berkeley— Daily' Except Sunday— From 6.C0
aja. and 'erery twenty minutes cati)S.2O aja. ocln»
> <sire; thea 9.C0 aja. aad erery hour until ICO pjn.
ind-isire: thea 4.20 p.m. and erery twenty minute*
, unta 7.00 pja. indusire: then 7.40 pja. 120. 9.00.
».40. 10.20. U.CO. 11.40 pja. and 12.20 aja.
To Wett Berkeley— Busdart only Fluia 100 aja..
thea 7m 7:40, 8:20. 9.00 aja. induaire; then 9.20
aja. and erery twenty minute* 7.C0 pjn. inchuire:
thea 7.40* pja., &20 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, iI.CO. IL4O
pja. tad 12.20 aja.
Ta Cortin— Daily Except Sunday— Proo fI.CO sjd. aad
erery 20 minutes until 8.20 ajn. laehiitw. thea
9.00. 10.00 aja.. 12.00 nu I.CO. 2.00. UXL iXO. 120,
4.40. 5j00,3120. 5.40 aad ICo pja.
T» CorWn— Suadars enly— Fron IXD vta. thai 9XO
a jb.. : 9.20 aja. . aad erery twenty miaates uotll
"6oX)pja.
Ta St»a«,'R'ichrr.cnd.PulLTian— s.Coaa,s.iopa9Jopns.
' Union .Transfer Co. aotfcarised to cheek BMS>O
direct from residence.
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