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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAY WARD AND SAN LEANDRO
MISS McNEAR IS
DINNER HOSTESS
Half Dozen Friends Entertained
at Country Club by Oak
land Girl
OAKLAND. Nov. 1. — Miss .Ernestine
McXear presided last evening" athost
ess at a dinner given at the Country
club to half a dozen friends. The spirit
of halioween was carried out at Hie
informal affair. Miss McNear is enter
taining' as her house guest Miss Marion
Turner, a beautiful St. Louis, girl who
will regain In California' for six
weeks or more. Th* McNears are at
the Country club, but expect to. take
possession of their Piedmont residence
toy the Thanksgiving season. ' . .
Mrs. Lilian Brown -Everts returned
to her home in the Lakeside -district
after an out of town sojourn at Camp
Meeker, where, she. \u25a0' was . the house
guest of friends. . :': '- > -
Mrs. Newton . Koser. •will- entertain
tomorrow evening at a large bridge
party, including: a number of the
younger married set In her hospitality.
A supper will round out the occasion.
: T<\ celebrate the twenty-fifth anni
w>rpary of their marriage Mr. and Sirs;
•01.O 1 . C. Borton received this evening at
their residence in East Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Babcock. will
leave within a few days for a tour of
the Atlantic coast. They expect to
Fper.d mud of their time in New York.
Mrs. William G. Henshaw was a
luncheon hostess yesterday. Several
close friends were her guests at the
Country club. Late in the afternoon
the party attended the card benefit
given at the Club by the women of the
Oakland new century cl-ib. .. .. . .. •
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Mrs. H. B. Mehrmann "will open her
Grove street home tomorrow afternoon
fnr an informal reception ;when the
\Tn:ncn of. the Charity needle work
<"Mque -will entertain at a musicale and
sale. The proceeds of the day will be
dei-oted to one of the local charities.
Announcement is Tnad e of tfie marr
iage of. Albert C. \Jenkin and Miss
Jeanette HowelL which . took place
Siindav at noon at the residence of the
> rise's parents. Mr. and Mrs ; Albert
H.-,v -»n .in . Fiftyrninth street. The
c-rvi'-e was read by Rev. S. B.'. Crowe-.
'The bride ivas attended by her sister,
M^f? Bertha How<?H, 'who wore a dainty
?•\u25a0'.:.: of white .broadcloth. The wed
<rr.iz jr<-wn was of . white- silk-poplin
-•-::•. -.- :r.r 4 in: bands of hand, embroidery
2r 5 gold. White chrysanthemums
f-v.rined the bridaj bouquet. ' . ' : l'\,-\
K(>y Gordon was best man
\u25a0V:Jlr. 'ipd Mtf. Jenkin are spending
tlieSr honeymoon in the' southern- part
V.f the «tate. They will establish their
''\>^r.\f ir. Oaklarvd. \u25a0 Jenkin is : connected
w : t h tlie Pacific Coaet steamship com-
FRATERNITY MEN ARE
CONVENTION DELEGATES
Undergraduates to Attend the
*'Deke" Meeting at Detroit
BERKELEY. Xov.l— William H.
Grepnlaw And Donal<l R. McXeSll, popu
lar memberF of the Delta Kappa Ep-
FHr>n fraternity of the university Trill
Irtve here "Wednesday, to attend i the.
annual convention of the Greek letter
society »it Detroit November 16, 17 and
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The students willgo east by the way
jr»f Seattle and tour. the northwest coun
try, after which they will travel east by
easy Ftagres. \u25a0 \u25a0' . : . '
: Aft>r the convention they plan to go
to New York, visit Boston, ;Wasbington;
\u25a0Philadelphia and other cities on the
Atlantic seaboard. ". • .' •..-.'
: Greenlaw is the varsity baseball cap
t?ln and popular on the campus. . He
was custodian of the Stanford ax until
jift -named Allen as his successor on
California field this afternoon.; Mc
;S>i;ll is a member of the sophomore
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international! club \u25a0
plans novel features
Each .Meeting: to Be Devoted to
Different Nation
BERKEL.EY. Nov. I.— The Interna
tional club, an organization for the pro
rhption of co-operation between, stu
dents of various nationalities at th*
university, has arranged to give each
m>eTing: over to a nation, and a. Chinese
day iviil be held In Hearst hall in ab.out
a month. . \u25a0 \u25a0 •' '.- >' \u25a0. -
-The Chinese Ftudenti? of the unlver
:*sty have charge of tho arrangements
for the rn'-e ting, and. many novel feat
ures a r*> planned. \u0084•. . : \
:,:rarnhum. P. Griffiths, secretary to
Doctor "VVhepier. is president "of the
new organization. .:. " *" V;
PRINCIPAL ENFORCES
ANTI-FRATERNITY LAW
Rules of School Board Explained
to Pupils
OAKLAND. Nov. 1. — Five days were
given by Principal C. E. Keyes in which
pupils of the Oakland high school may
sign the pledges required by the board
of education in the fight against the
Greek letter fraternities, Keyes, in an
address to the student body, explained
the rules 'whi<*h have been adopted by
the-dlrectors. penalizing violation of the
•anti-fraternity statute and prohibiting
the wearing of the emblems of the for
bidden organizations. Teachers have
been instructed to confiscate all such
emblems.
RICHMOND IS TO HAVE
BIG APARTMEiVT HOUSE
Henry A. Johnson to Invest
$30,000 in -Modern Structure.
KJCHMOND. Xov: -1. — Ground wai
broken : today for a 72 room apartment
house -of ittq and thr?e room suites to
be erected at the corner of . .Fourth
street, and- .Macdonald avenue .by
JTenry. A. Johnson. The" structure will
:be of the latest design and will cost
TSQ.Odf): The . "Woodmen- of the World
and- Red Men are negotiating: for the
lease, of the" Nclll buildiog at Mac-
HJor.ald and Sixth avenues, where they
intend to maintain headquarters.
COLLEGE CHESS CLUB
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T*am Is Organized for Annual
Matches
\u25a0BERKELEY. Nov. 1. — E. W. Gruer,
for .the last two years a member of the
university chess team,, has been elected
president of the .newly organized chess
clpb. Other officers are: James de
Fremery, president; E. H- Troutt, sec
retary-treasurer. The club wks organ
ized to prepare for the matches with
Stanford ia April of bext year.
Chester A. Allen,
Who' Has Charge
[Of Stanford Ax
POPULAR ATHLETE
CHOSEN CUSTODIAN
Football Player to Guard the
Famous Weapon for the
Next College Year
. BERKELEY, Nov. I.— Chester Arthur
Allen, a member' of the varsity football
and baseball teams, was selected as
the custodian of the,famous Stanford ax
at the annual ax rally held by the stu
dents of the university on California
field this afternoon. William H. Green-
law, ' custodian of the ax last year,
named Allen as his successor, and his
choice met with the hearty approval of
th-e students.
•The ceremonies began at the First
national /bank of this city, where sev
eral hundred students gathered to take
the ax from the safe deposit vault. To
the air of "Give 'em the ax, the ax, the
ax," the procession "serpentined"' to
California field, where the ax was
shown to students and a great crowd
of spectators.
Speeches telling how the weapon was
captured some 10 years ago from Stan
ford, arid how it has been kept "Safely
under blue and gold protection since
then, were delivered by A. J. Cloud,
Robert Moulton and James M. Burke,
graduates of the university.
Greenlaw then named Allen as cus
todian. With a strong guard around
him to prevent a possible theft of the
weapon, the new custodian took the ax
back to the bank building, where it
will rest from view for another year-
Allen is a junior in the college of
social sciences, registered from Ala
meda. He Is a member of the varsity
rugby team and is known as one of the
best backs in the lineup. He is also
a baseball player, having played on
the nine for the last two seasons. He
is affiliated with the Abracadabra house
club of the university. :.' \
THIRTEEN YEAR OLD
GIRL WEATHER OBSERVER
Alamedan One of Youngest Fed
. eral Employes
ALAMEDA, Nov. 1. — One of the
-youngest and possibly the youngest
girls in the employ of the United
States government is Miss Annette
Feader. the 13 year old daughter of
Mr. -and Mrs.' "W. F. Feader of 1611
Hibbard street.
Miss Feader has been taking the
weather observations in this city in
the absence of C. E. Sears, the Ala
meda observer.
The girl, who is a student at the
Haight school, is an adept in figuring
the weather, and her skill was dis
covered by Sears, who allowed her to
fill his place when he was called away.
COMMISSION WOULD >
•t; RESTRICT SOCIETIES
Organization Wants Fewer Per-
sons Collecting Alms
BERKELEY. Nov. 1. — Asking that a
campaign be started against the collec
tion of funds by unauthorized persons
representing .charity organizations, the
charities commission of Berkeley ad
dressed a letter of protest to the city
council today. The commission declared
that several persons, acting for various
charitable organizations, had obtained
money in an Illegal way and that the
practice was growing here to an alarm
ing extent. The council took the -mat-,
ter under advisement.
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS .
MADE FOR GRAND BALL
Native Sons Will Make Merry
at Fruitvale
OAKIiAXD, Nov. I.— Arrangements
have been completed for the ball 1 to he
given by Fruitvale parlor No. 252, Na
tive Sons of the a Golden West, at
Eagles' hall Saturday evening. The
committee in charge consists. Jo'
George Zimmerman, Antone J. Rossi,
Edward Brandt, James Deering and
Jack Bolesworth. Miss Jennie Mades
and a number of native daughters have
taken a" hand in the arrangements.
The grand march will be led by Presi
dent W. J. Manning.
RANCHER'S WIFE COMING
TO FIND HE IS DEAD
Letter Found in Pocket Tells of
Journey From Italy
[Special Dispatch to The GrM]
" TOMALES, Nov. 1. — Domincia Pon
chi, the rancher who was crushed to
death here Friday .beneath his over
turned waj?on, was expecting his wife
and two young daughters from Italy.
A telegram which Mrs. Ponchi sent
her husband from New York was found
in the coat pocket of the dead man' by
Coroner Sawyer. It stated that; she
and the children had Just landed and
would 'hurry west to meet him.
Ponchi left Italy two years ago 'to
win a home in the wjgst for his family.
He. rented Supervisor" Henry Gou,dy's
ranch near here and saved enough by
hard labor to send for his: wife "and
children.- . \u0084. ui-': ' '. » ,;>j
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TOEPyESDAY, yQYEMBERn \2;\ 1910.
DR. MCLEAN HAS
RESIGNED POST
Leaves Theological Seminary
Next June; Has Had Fifty
Years' Service
BERKELEY, Nov. I.— -Rounding: out 50
years of active \u25a0work as of. the
Congregational church -June. 26, 1911,
President J. K. McLean of^ithe Pacific
theological seminary^ of this city will
cease his duties as head of the'institu
tion to be succeeded by Dr. Charles S.
Nash, dean of the faculties jand pro
fessor of homiletics. Doctor. McLean's
resignation has been accepted this time
in order that he, may take an extended
leave of absence pending his final re
tirement.
For the last. 14 years. he has been In
active charge of the administration of
affairs of the Congregational seminary
in Atherton street^ . -, ,
Prior to his work here he was /for
25 years pastor of the First Congrega
tional church of Oakland, being suc
ceeded by Rev. Charles R. Brown.
Rev. McLean is more than 75 " years
of age. His successor, Professor Nash,
is known throughout the United States;
He is expected home tomorrow morn
ing from Boston, where he was chosen
a moderator. Doctor Nash's home com
ing will be a sad one\ on account of
the death of his daughter yesterday
in an accident. .< ' ;
Professor Nash is a graduate of
Amherst college and of the Hartford
theological^ seminary. He was a teacher
of Robe/ts' college, Constantinople, for
several years, later returning to Hart
ford to Join the faculty of his alma
mater. He taught there until 16 years
ago, when he came west to Join the
faculty of. the local seminary. w: ;>-
BELLBOY IS JAILED
AS A HOTEL ROBBER
John Adam Dobner Charged
With Purse Theft
BERKELEY. Nov. 1. — Charged with
the theft of $13 and a purse from Mrs.
H. A. Josselyn, a guest at the Carlton
hotel. John Adam Dobner, alias John
Adam Jones, a bellboy, is in "the city
jail.
The police have been on the trail of
the burglar for several weeks. Dobner
was -not suspected.
All of the burglaries were, however,
on the floor on which he works, and
detectives were set to watch him. ;, They
found the purse on his person. \
F. W. Miller, alias Albert Springer,
another youth arrested, is charged with
thefts of cigars and other articles from
Theodore Blitz, proprietor of the Ocean
View hotel at the foot of University
avenue.
BAPTIST PASTOR IS
- CONSIDERING A CALL
Rev. H. J. Vosburgh Sought by
New Jersey Church
OAKLAND, Nov. I.— Rev. H. J. Vos
burgh, D. D., pastor of the First Bap
tist church, has received a call to the
pastorate of the North Baptist church
of Camden. N. J., where he preached
last summer •while on an eastern tour.
Rev. Mr. Vosburgh is considering the
call, and will decide within a week.
Doctor Vosburgh has served here for
nine years, during which time the old
church edifice was burned. The new
structure at Jones street and Telegraph
avenue, was badly shattered by the
earthquake In 1906. Through the pas
tor'a efforts the edifice was restored.
The call from Camden has followed sev
eral previous invitations from the same
church.
RHODES SCHOLARSHIP
PAPERS FORWARDED
Oxford Authorities Will Cable
EHgible's Name
BERKELEY. Nov. I.— The examina
tion papers of the students who re
cently took the tests to qualify for the
Rhodes scholarship at Oxford have been
forwarded to the English Institution
by the university authorities for cor
rection. Announcement of the results
will probably be made by "cable.
JIH 1 i • i ' c • J \u25a0wi
X smoke two-thirds of a cigarette
•# 7-yet you pay for the tobacco %
II in the other third— the stub I
I which you throw away. I
ji . MoyihpiecelCi^'^re4-+es' ; ' | ;
1 says this waste and make a cool, clean If
|| '.. . smoke. The mouthpiece takes the place If
I of the tobacco, cast* ; away. ; It' means '$$
|| . economy to the manufacturer arid- per- 111
wh mits him to give you a Lmore exquisite '
\\ 10c for a box of 10 yf y
NEW CITY HALL
PLANS FINISHED
{fid Buildings, Will Be Razed
About December 1 , It
$ Is Believed
\ OAKLAND,, Nov. I.— palmer &t.Horn
bostel, the noted New .York architects
who , designed the $1,000,000 city, hall,
which' will, be erected at Fourteenth and
Washington streets,', have completed
the detail plans and speclflcatlons r
after four months' labor.V Copies i-'ot
the specifications -for,, excavating^ the
foundation were received today, by.- City
Engirieer'F. C.' Turner 'and will be sub
mitted tomorrow, to the board of public
works. ...'\u25a0."•\u25a0...\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0 ""' \u25a0\u0084,.,./ \u25a0..'.' .
The new city hall site, west of the
proposed * extension of 'Washington
street, will be cleared oCbuildings as
soon as Ci ty E lectrician • Babcock can
put the wires of c \the fire . alarm and
police telegraph underground
and connect; with .the new building be
ing erected -v at and Oak
streets. This will i be 'about December \u25a0' 1:
If his plans are fulfilled the buildings
will be. razed before the first of, the
year.
The plans for the foundation call for
a solid bed of concrete. "!' This will be
Btrapped with steel and girders will
be imbedded In the g artificial stone at
various angles' to prevent wrenching
of the columns. .-,-.."-.
'Marriage Licenses |
OAKLAND, Nov.; I.— The following marriage
licenses were Issued today: • . \u25a0 ' i
Mot t D. Fuller, . 26, Fellows, and Oorlnne V.
Macllse. 21,. Oakland.
• Antono F. Lima, 41, and Annie Perry, 87, both
of Oakland. - '(\u25a0( \u25a0 -"' '
Charles S. Dixon, 28, and Louisa B. A, K.
Flick. 20, both of Oakland. S
John F. ShPnmaker, 27, and Amy Malleoat, 27,
both of Arbuckle.-
! Charles Borcher, 23. and Hilda Adler, 10, both
of Berkeley. * .
Hoy A. Gassaway, 25, and Gladys M. Gobel,
both of Williams. , ;
PULL OUT A HAIR
The Way to Tell Whether or
Not Your Hair Is Diseased
Even If you have a luxuriant head
of hair you may want to know whether
It Is in a healthy condition or not.
Ninety-eight per cent_ of the people
need *a hair tonic. You can make a
test yourself that. you can see and un-
derstand, which will tell you whether
your hair is healthy or not. Pull a
hair out of your head; ifthe.bulb at
the end- of the root is white and
shrunken it proves that the hair is dis-
eased and requires prompt treatment
if its loss would be avoided. If the
bulb is pink and full the hair is
healthy.
We want every one whose hair re-
quires treatment to try, our Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic. We promise that it will
not cost anything if it does not give
satisfactory results. Rexall "93" Hair
Tonic is -designed to overcome dan-
druff, relieve scalp irritation, stimulate
the hair roots, tighten the hair already
in the head, grojiy; hair and eradicate
baldness. ,
' Out of 100 cases where it was given
a thorough, conscientious test, it grew
hair on C' 3 heads, which should be suf-
ficient proof that Rexall "93" Hair
Tonic .contains extraordinary -remedial
and h^r growing qualities. It is be-
cause? of our knowledge of this prep-
aration^ and our sincere faith in its
goodness ; that we want you to try it
at our risk.
Rexall "93" • Hair Tonic is a. clean,
clear preparation which, does not
grease, gum or thicken'the hair and it
has a very pleasant odor. We have
it in two sizes, prices 50 cents and
$1.00. 1 Remember you can obtain' Rex-
all Remedies in San Francisco only at
The Owl Drug Co., Inc., 710 Market
st., 778 Market St., Post and Grant aye..
Fillmore and Geary sts. and Sixteenth
and Mission stB.
LINEMAN KILLED
BY HIGH CURRENT
Workman Touches Power JWire
and Is Electrocuted at
Topdf Pole
OAKLAND', Nov. I.— R.' N. Towner, a
lineman employed by the Oakland gas
light ..and- heat company,' was .'electro
cuted 1 today y. in • San * Pabla avenue,
Emeryville', while; working.^at the. top
of Ja: pole which [carries high power
wires; /.Towner/ who was repairing' a
broken "line of , the company's electric
service, came In contact with one of the
main feed wires jat the top jof the pole.
The' heavy .current set his \u25baclothes
afire and -wrapped 1 , his body in blue
flame. For a moment he dangled high
above the ground, then fell to the pave^
ment; He was ; dead when aid reached
him.' C>e>- \u25a0 • \u25a0• \u25a0- -.'
\u25a0'- 'x'owner -was 40- years old. He lived
at -1854 West street, wMere he left a
widow and two children. . ' \u25a0.?
{A-lineman, Michael Holland, was elec
trocuted 12 years ago by the, same
wires. Some of the elder residents of
the neighborhood -. insist that he was
electrocutedwhile working on the. same
pole on which Towner met death.
COMMERCIAL BODY TO MOTE— Alameda, Nor.
• • 1. — The chamber of commerce, which has been
occupying- a house at 2312 Central avenue, will
more to the store at 2305 Central arenne with
in 10 days. .. , ; ;-^,-* -_,:
PACIFIC OCEAX TRAVEL
JS^w Steamers leave from Broad-
. yQ^^-^HrfV wa y Wharves (Piers>J» and
/a/vREgSa \«A Low raten. tnclndlng berth
I I \»iSA I I" V-""' ' mn< * nreals.
I \ ySwml .1 Special Round .Ttlp. TtIp Rates.
\4J» LOS ANGELES
NG/tjev^/ SAN DIEGO
. 7*~- -> *^ 'SANTA BARBARA
President or Governor Alternate Mondays. 4 p. m.
•Santa Rosa ... ...Every Thursday. 11 a. m.
.•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska.
Skagway, Dawson, Fairbanks and all points on
the Yukon. -"
President or Governor alternate Saturdays. 2 p.^m.
Queen. Umat^la" or City of Puebla alternate
Tuesdays, 2 p. m. .
v EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
CSty \u25a0of Topeka. Nov. .4, 9. 14, 19, 24, 29,
Dec. 4, 9. 14, 19, .24, 29— 11 a. m.
GCATMAS, MAZATLAPf, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE. DEL CABO |
SAN PEDRO, ETC.
Cnracio \. 7th of each mcath, 12 m.
LEAVE SEATTLE
ALASKA CRUISES 1011
Spokane. June 14, 28; July 12. 26; Aujr. 9; 9 p. no.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel, 653 Market
at., 16 Market «t. ' and Broadway Wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5680.
C. D. DUN ANN, General Passenger Agent.
:—;: — ; x ,
xj^x AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
|W| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%s^^ Tehuantepec Route
Rnrular Fiuit Freleht Service
NEW YORK TO / PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
salliner from New Tork every nix days,
maklner direct" connection with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Max., every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
TORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of ladingr. Sail-
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen-
eral Agrents, '8 Bridge Btreet, Now
York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO..
General Agents, Pacific Coast
310 Sansome St., San Francisco
SEATTIE-TACOMAi
Belllnzham. Anacortes, Everett, Port Town-
send. Victoria, Vancouver and all Alaska <
portß. -
S. S. WATSON Nov. 6
S. S. BUCKMAN Nov. 12
S. S. ADMIRAL, SAMPSON Nov. 18
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S. S. BUCKMAN Nov. 6
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON .....Nor. 12
S. S. WATSON ....;... ...Nov. 18
Alaska-Pacific Steamship Co.
TICKET OFFICES: »
General Agent's office. Howard street
wharf No. 3- Ticket office. M Market street
and R4B Market street. '
Sailings from Howard street wharf No. 3.
TOYO KISEN KAIsIa
oriental' steamship company
S, S. TenyaMaru...... ..Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1910
B. B. Nippon Maxu.. Tue*Uy, Nov. 22, 1910
S. 8. Chlyo Maxu (via Mani1a)... „.....,... a
....f. ...... .... . .Tuesday, 'D«c. 20, 1910
Steamers sail from company's piers, Nos, 42,
44, near foot of <Second St.. at 1 p. m., for
Yokohama and Hongkon*. calling at Honolulu.
Kobe (Hlogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
Manila,- India, etc. No cargo received on board
on day of Bailing. Round trip tickets at re-
duced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office. 240
James Flood building. W. H. AVERT, t
. . Assistant. General Manager.
UNION S.S. Co. of N.ZLtd.
New Throngh Passenger and Freight Service
. ..- „ • -: Without Change
SAN FRANCISCO TO WEIXINGTON. N. Z.,
VIA TAHITI AND BARATONGA.
S 8. AOBANOI (4.268 tons) tai15...... N0v. 16
B. S. KAITAI (8.898 tons) sails,.. D«c. 14
Sailings every 2S days; connection at Welling-
ton > nd l Anctland for New Zealand ports and
Australia. ' -' V . .
OCEANIC S. S. CO.. General Agents. 90 Clay st.
Ticket Office. ;ft7ft Afarftet wt. Tel. Kearny 1231.
uft ., n , mit ' ;s. S. Sierra (10,000 tons dIs-
nUNULLILU placement) sails 11a.m., Nov.
12, 1910. Special round trip. $110, first class.
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND— S. S.
I Marlpwa sails 11 a. m., . Nov. 22.
<?npclal ' Tahiti * round ' trip. $185. first class.
OCEANIC L1NE. 673 Market; tPI Kearny 1231
iinnni 111 II S. S. Lurline (13.000 tons) sails
JflMfll 111 II noon. Nov. 2. for Honolulu and
IUnULyLU Kahului. i ' \u25a0.\u25a0
> o ;.f aH. wilhelmina U3.250 ; tons),, sails noon,
v* ,23 -for Honolulu ! and , Hllo. Round trip
o Honolulu,- first class. JllO and up.
to H ° n MATSON NAVIGATION CO., -
, •\u25a0:•\u25a0.< 268. Market st. \u25a0 •
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
FRENCH LINE j
CIE.'OLE. TRANSATIiANTIQUE.-. H
DIRECT LINE TO DAVRE—PARIS I I
Sailings Every Thursday and Saturday. |
£» ProVence^NoV. 3 j: ta Lprrtine..NoT. 17f \u25a0
L* Savoie. . .Not. :10 : | t La Touniine.Nov. 24 ; I
. -1 EXTRA SAILINGS? : -" 4H
-.These steamers, carry Tone class (II) cabin I Q
passengers only. ( -.: ' •'-. " . . " \u25a0
Nia»axa.?....Oct. 29 I LafGa'scogna.NoT. 12 : \mt
Eloride. .-.'.-,-. N0T.;12 |. Caroline. ....Nov. 26 ; \u25a0
\u25a0 FUGAZI; BROS., Pacific Coast \u25a0
630 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Cabin B
.Office", J683- Market street. I ; H
PRICE GIRL WILL
HAVE OPERATION
BERKELEY. Nov. I.— Birdine Price,
the daughter of Mrs. VEdna D. Price,
2711- Parker "street, who was injured
last night in an accident which cost her
Playmate, Kathertne Nash, her life, was
removed to the Fabiola hospital, Oak
land, today for treatment. *o
The child's left leg was broken by
the automobile and the . bone was
crushed. Dr. A. M. Mclritosh, who is'
attending the child, held a consultation
with other physicians tonight and an
operation may be resorted' to to pre
vent the girl being maimed for life.
\. No v funeral~arrangements have been
' made for Katherine Nash. Prof. C. S.
NaSh, her father, is expected from the
east" tomorrow. The- inquest has been
set* for Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. , - ; 'v
If** A ™ Mk ® fc^ la Sra •*» w. y£ Rk s^t sis \u25a0» vv *^*l S 91 "t»
iii _ j __ -> TRAINS LEAVE AND AWE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM OCTOBER I. 1910 \u25a0' ".
-^ VIA OAKLAND PIER - VIA COAST LINE C .
Leavt (Foot of Market Street) Arrivo Lears (Third and Townsead Streeta) .Arrrnt
2.13« Nile*, Trtcr. Lathrop, Stockton, f5.35a Loop— Valencia Street, Ocean View, . .;-
Lodi. Qalt, Elk Grove. Sacraaieato.. 11.18? Cecwtcriet. Soath San Franciaco,
0.40 a Hay ward. N'ilcs. San Jose. 7.08 a 23d Street. 3rd and Townxad . . . 16-484
7.00 a Richmond. Port Costa, Bwieia. Sntsun, 1 6.30 a Soath Saa Frsnciaco. Saa Jose. Gircr;. \u25a0 ' ' \u25a0-.-
Oison. Sacramento,m ento, Rosevflle. Uaryi- } 7.28» . (Hoilister). Eargeat, PajaM. Wataon> \u25a0' \u25a0'.
vfllt, Reddinj. Daaamuir. J 10.38? v2le. Santa Croa, : 7£of
7.00 i E3air». Vacavflle, Runawy...... 7.28p 7.10* South 3an Francisco, Palo Alto, San ./ : '
7.M« Dim Woodl»nJ (Maryiviße, Oro- Jo«e. War Station! \u0084 7-30»
vine). Williams. Maxwell. Willows, 7.10 a MaySeld, Loa Altos. Lei Gatos ... T7.2C>
Hamilton. Cornia t. Ked Bluff 7.28p 8.-00* Shore Line Limited— Paso Roble*. .. -•\u25a0..:
7.40t Vall«jo,' Napa, Calia toga, Santa Rosa, Hot Sprinsa, Santa Barbara. Loa ... • . : .
VlirtinM. 6.08* - Aoseies :..- 9.3C>
7.49» Avon. Saa Ramoa, laveraore, 8.48? 8.05 a The Coaster — Saa Jose, Pijxro (Wat- \u25a0
/.4Ji Niles, Pleanatoa. 'Ltvermore. Traey, 1 ' aonvQle, Santa Crus). Cistroville,
LathroD, Stockton , Lodi, Sacramento. 7.28 ? ( Del Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove), ". ' : " \u25a0
7.40» Tracy, Los Baaos. Kerman. fresno. 4.25? Salinas. Soledad Pi » Robies Eqt. ..:.-'.
B.ooa Newark (Centerville), San Jose. Los Springs, Atascadaro, Pan LuisObispb, -\u25a0 ; '
Gatos, Wright, Feltoa (Bbulder • Surf, (Loapoc). . Santa Barbara, -\u25a0 - - i
Oracle). S»aU Crus aV.".. &48| • Ventura. Oxsard. Los Anztles. .". . . . 11.45)
8.20* Port Cost*, Uirtinea, Byron. - Traey. B.loa MaySeld. LO3 Altos. Los Gates, Wright. . \ \u25a0 , .;
Stockton. Merced. Fresno, Gosbea Glenwood( Boulder .Creek), Santa Craa, -. - .- '
JuaeUon (Haaford. Annona), Visaiia. Witjoavilln. Castr ovii!?. Eel llonte. -'.". - :
Portervflle. BiksrsS eld 4.4«p Monterey. Pacific Gr0ve.:^..'..;.... aOO*
8.20 a Yoseniits Valley ii Merced. 4.48p 9.00 a Saa Jo*-, Gitroy. Palira*. fito Robies
9.001 Nilej.f3»a.Josa), Livermore. Stockton Hot Sprincs. A tascadero. San I.via \u25a0' "
(•Miltoa). Vailsy Spring. lone. Sacra- Obispo— Tre» Pinos — Witaonv2le, ..-.;\u25a0.
/minto 4.23p Santa Cnu. Del Uoate, Monterey^ . • : \u25a0 •
*.00» Sonora, Tuoluin n j and Anseli 4.28p Pacific Gr0ve ...,;... ......:. • 4XlO^
».03» Atlantic Express— Sacramento, True- 10.40 a South San Francisco. Burlicgame, Eaa . '-.
kee. Ofdea. Salt mA'u City. Denver. Mateo. Palo Alto. San J05e.........: t&3sa
Kansas City, Omaha. Chicago 8.28? man. t«- it*-- \f™_.. v-«. v« r.»«. i t8.45«-
9.401 Ricamond. Port Costa, Itotinex, la 4°* Lo * Altps « Uont * V "^ Los G * to '" 1. : I.lo^
Bay P0int...... 8.48 a I I^Oa YelVacia Street, Ocea& View, Cotoa, .-
10.20 a Vallejo Mare Island, Napa U.2Ba Cemetenr*. Baden. San 8r0a0...... 1.35p
10.20 a Lo« Angeles Passe azer— Port Costa, 1 1. 40 a South Saa Francisco, San J05e....... f B£C*
Msrtiaei. Byron. Trscy. Stockton, 2.00^ Del Moato Express— Saa Jose, Gilroy. .
Merced. Fresno, (Haaford, Coallaj*, Sarjent (Watsonville. Santa Croi),. ; . : -
Visaiia,) BalcersSeld. Los Acgelfs.... 7.43p Del Monte. Monterey, Pacific Grove, \u25a0'.'":
10.40 a San Francisco Overland Limited— \u25a0'*\u25a0. (Saliaas).. :... >... l?J3O>
Denver. Kansas City. St. Louis. 2-05p South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto, Saa : . '
Ornahi, Chicago 8.28p Jose ..;....... "8.45 a
1120 a Shista Limited— Portland. Tacoaaa. f2-05? Los Altos. Moata Vista, Loa Gatos. \u25a0.. 1325?
Seattle , 9.18p 3JX>p South Baa Francis co. Saa Mateo. Saa . - -•
IZOOn GoldSsld Pass.— Port Costa. Benicia, • Jos», Giiroy, Trts Pinos, Sa lisas. ... 1 0.1 Ca
Sacnmeato. Truclte^ Hasea, Wa- 3JOOf Watsonville, Saata Crus, Castroyill!. ' :'
buiic* (Yerlngtoa, Mason). Mins, Del Monte. Monterey, Pacific Gnm., 10.10*
Tonopab. Qoldaeld. Laws. Keelc... 748 a 3.13s Saota aara. West San Jcse. I.onCaton,
liOOn Marysvaie, aico. Red Bluff 4.25p Wri?hr. (Boulder Creek). Santa Cnis. IO3C«
1.20p Naes. Irviagton, Saa iose 2.48p 4.COp Sonset Exprtss — Tuescn. remiaf. ' > ; .'
1. 40p Sin Leandro. Niles, CeatervUle. ( 9.08 a i B Paso. Houston, N«w Orleacs. \u25a0-".'•..:
- — Newark. Baa Jost I 7^Bp Paso Robies Hot Sprincs. AtaseadexOi
2.00p Newarlc Saa Jose, Los Gatos. Wri«ht, Saa Luis Obispo, Saata Barbara and ''\u25a0'" '
Feltoa (Boulder Creek). Saata Crus.. 0.68p LosAnueJes ..... . ...... 10.85*
2.40p Baa Leaadro. Niles. Saa Jose. 9.28 a 4.00p Kansas City, St. Lonis, Ch1caj0...... 10 55a
3.00s Beaicia. Winters. Si cram ento— Wood- 4.20p South San "Franciaoo. San J05e....... .|9.CO»
• land, Kni«hti Landing. Tudor, Yuba f5.05p Borlin?ame. fisn Mateo, Palo Alto, : ". ' '
___ Maryrrille: 10.48* Saa Jose and Way Station* ....: 8.4i8a
3.20p Port CosU (Stockton). Martines, t5.20f Redwood. Pilo Alto. Saa Jo».. ....,.• UOp-
Byroa. Modesto. Merced. Fresno.. 12.03? t5.2Qp Los Altos. Monta Vista. Loa Gatos... t3-25f>
' 3.48s Via Sausalito, Wast Napa. St Helena, t5.23p Buriincame. Saa 3f&tro. Ean Jose 3.25p
.— ,P^ i ? tog ? • IO3U tS^Op Loop— Valeaeia Stteet, Octaa Virw^ -..' .
4.00p Vallsio. Napa, Calistoii, Santa Rosa. Censeteriem, South San Fraaeiaco. , •' :'.: '. -
Martines. Sin RiTSba. Livermore... 9.28 a 23d Street, Sd aad Townwod .' t6 4Ca
4.00p Nflei (Ceatervflle, Newark), Uver-1 10.25 a 8.40p Saa Bruno, *San Matso. fifdwood, Palo/ f7:'2sa
more. Traey. Stockton. Lodi \ 11.18? Alto. Santa Clara. San Joee .1735*
4.40| Saa Leandro. H&yward. Kites. Pitas- i 3.40» Lcs Miv». Los Gatot.. .]ft46«
anton. Livermore, Traey, Newman. |8.00? Millbrae. San Mateo. Palo Alto. May- \u25a0' \u25a0 ' •
Kermaa, Fresno ." 11.18s field, Los Altos, Los Gatos , tSXCa
B.OO? Valtejo. Port Costa, Benida. Sacra- t8.03p 23d* Street. Visitacion. Sooth- Baa '
mento. Lincoln, Marysville. OrovDle. 11.28 a Francisco. Valencia Street. ... •....;' 1715*
B.OOp Davis. Woodland. Yolo. Arbnekle.j 2.48p BJOf Sooth Saa Fraa eisco. Saa Jose .' 6.45 »
Williams, Colusa Junction. Willows \ 8.28p 8.00? Tha Lark— Paso Robies Hot Sprisfs.
5.00p Russjll, Saa Jose, Los Gatos 9.2Ca 3aat» Barbara. Los A8f»1et.....i... 9^oa
5.23 i 3.\n Lewdro. Nile?. San Jow. I 7.45t &OSp Los Anieles Passea |er— Gilroy; Salinav '• -
6.03p Owl Limitad— Loa Aeries - - Paso RoNes Hat Spriags. Atascadtio. ' -
8.40p Eastern Express— Osden, Pueblo, Den- " . Saa Luis Obispo. Saata, Barbara and • •
ver. Kansas City, St. Louis. Chlcaao, Los Aagele* .....,;.;. '\u25a0 8.30 a
Port Costa, Benida. Sacramento, IOJ)Op Saa Josa and Way Stations. ..... .- 7.20»
Truckee. (Laka Tahoe), Reno. Sparks 8.28? 11.43p Soath Saa Francisco. Palo Alto, Saa / 7."<5a
8.40p Hayward.N3ee and San Jose 8.48 a Jose. •
i7JWp VsJlejo, Port Costa. Martinei. Bay : .... i»».».«>«»i »».».«>«»
7M9^A^^k-iu^^ lUAfi9 I J ; 0«L«R R YTRA,^yU0 licU»df.c,;.,1 icU»df.c,;.,
Cornwall. Tracy. Lathrop. Stockton. 12.43s T» Oakland. Barksisy. Bsrryman. East Oakland an*
8.20p Orecna Express— Da vis, (Sacrammto), • Frultvala— DaHy— From tt.oo aja.. and srery twenty
Willows. Reddiaj. Ashland. Portlaad. W minutes until 7.00 p.m. inclusive; thea 7.40. &.20.
Taeoms. Seattle. Spokane * BJ3Ba »00. 8.40, 10.20, 11D0. .11.40 pjn». 12^0 aad.
9.00p China and Japan Fast Mail— Ogdea, < \u25a0 1.20 »jn. : ,-"v . . - • •'.
(tS^hiUS™- XK * naa< CU7t 9 «. Ta Sattw a«tl Ms'xts. vtm Ssv^th St-I^T-Fwm
- 9JX} ' ftS&^K..^!S > .?^ 10.08. 'STr^Sa! 7M ' B<2 °' m *•*•\u25a0'\u25a0**\u25a0 ' W - '
9Mf BakersSeld, McKittrlck, Monarch, tndll4Opjn. . ; Vv. s - : ..- ;.•
Moron, Fefflow 8.28 a Ta Stonehur t»— Da 2t Except Sunday— «\oo, 7.00; 8.00,
9.40p Richmond, Port Costa, IVacv, Mo- 9.00 ajn.. 2.20. 3.C0, 4.C0. 5.00. 6.40 pja. Smdaj
desto. Merced. Fresno. Hanford. only 9.00 laCOajau 1.00. 2.00. 100. iOiX 6.00.
, - Coalinga, Visaiia, Tulare 8.28 a 6.4opja. . . - • • ,
1 1 in. ri,T a , n t W » y Stat ' ons ••••;••••— *7.48p -Dafly-From t6.CO. 6.20 a.m.- and every tweaij
ll.MpPorUiadExpre^^cramento.Marys-. miautt9 Mtfl 8 . 20 aja. indasive; then 9 CO. B.id.
i^k? 8 !? d • F »«»>. 10.00. 10.20. 11X0. 11.20 a.m.. 12 m.. 12.20 ,l; 00. \.m\
Ashland. Roseburg, Portland, Taco- '2.00.2.20, 8.00. 8.20, U. 40 pjn. aaf .very twenty
ma. beattle te2Bp miautesuntil 7 pjn. inrfusivt; 7.40. 8.20. 9.00. 9.40,
ur-ruro. AUMBiMirr ' ia2o. 11.00 and 11.40 p.m.. 12.20 aad 1.2p aja.
NE^iL R vi. ND E irJn E^T^^^^^^ Additbaalt^toOaaaaWs^aua?,.. \u25a0
aut Grove, Vorden, Courtland. CUrksburr.. Sacramento. T« Wsst Bsrkslty— Daily Except Sunday— Frota ICO
Ststmsr Navijo. leaves San Francisco B.-00 a. m. dally •J"- *ad every tweaty minutes uatiiS.2oa,m. Indu-
ezoept Sunday, itoppin{ at points ibown. arrivtnf Sac- *if*: ra 9-00 a.m. and every hour until IGOpjo.
rameato 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9.C0 p.m. daily inclusive: thea 4.20 p.m. and every twenty nsir.utes
except Sunday (no stops ea route), arrivtaz Saa Fraa- nnta 7.00 pjn. indusive; then 7.40 pja, 8.20. 9.COj
dsco 5:00 a.m. \u25a0 s~arraa 9.40. 1tt20. 11.00. 11.40 pja. and IZ20 ajD.
\u25a0 ajn. aad every twenty minutes 7.00 pja. fadastve:
OAKLAND HARMR FERRY-Fr.m fa. Frandu.. *J SfSV*? 1 ** " UriM *
Mtrkrt Street Wharf—Week Dayt-Hourly from 600 P "\u25a0• . *
" o: fPL P ra - Sundays— 6.4s. 8.15, P. 45. 11.15 To CorWn— Daiy Except SnadV-Froa ICCaja. tsd
a.m., 12.45. 2.15. 145. 5.15. 6.45, 5.15 aad 9.45 p.ta. every 20 minutes uatil 8.20 a.m. mehtatv*. thea
: — ; 9.00. 10.00 a.m^ 12.00 m.. I.oa 2L00. 8.00. 4-0a 4JO.
LOCAL FERRY TRAIN»-Vta Alamstfa Pier 140 « &00 « 5 - 20 » 5.* 0 ** 1 «-00pJB.
6 ! 10 - 5^ * nd To CorWn-Suadayi only-From 100 ajru thaa 9K»
880 flliTm"^ fl»Bpwßati7.«ai«th» a,m.. 9.20 ajn. and every twenty minutes until
8.80, 9.15, 10.00. 10.45, 11.J0 pjn. and 12.15 ajn. 600 pja
T. AU mwt > tnd Fruity £ H mtiho . urn. » abov.. T , S(n .. RlehnMmtf . Pu n™ a -(loC^S.4OpmBL2flp a .-
a for Morning. /- p for Afternoon, t Sunday excepted. \u25a0 :
t Sunday only. § Saturday and Sunday oaly. Unien Transfer Co. authorised to check Bagzat*
;:^-* \u25a0 \u25a0Sunday and Monday only. . direct from resideaee.
/^^^, Schedule Effective
v^nn November I, 1910
>«^iL»*/ UNI OX FERRY DEPOT
San Kranclnco
L«aTO | ; ' Via Sa^ialito I Arrir»
7:45 a Petalnma, Santa Rosa, Healds-
burg, ClOTerdale, fklah. WII-
llts. Sherwood. \u25a0 •QnemeTtlle.
/ "Monte Rio. 'Duncan Mills.
; - - • .</ ; . Sebastopol • 6 :35 p
8:15 a "Sonoma. ••Glen Ellen... f5:35p
8:15 a Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker, Ca«a-
" ' | d*ero :".. f6:SS p
|8:45 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa, Healds-
bursr, - CloTerdale. GafrneTtlle, •
. Monte Rio. Dnnean Mills J7:33 p
10:45 a Petalnma. Santa Rosa 4:35 p
p Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker (leaTes
i from Caraderou. {7:05 p
p Petaluma. Santa Rosa. HeaMs-
- burg, ClOTerdale, Uklah. Gner-
neTille. • Monte Rio. Duncan
, Mills. Sebastopol 11:05 a
4:45 V Sonoma. Glen E11en.... 9:35 a
5:15 p Petalnma. Santa Rrea 8:35 a
V ELECTKIO STTBTJHBAN VIA BAUSAXITO
Sauaalito, Mill Valley, San Rafael — Dally
eTery :30 : minutes from - 6:45 a.m. until 5:45
a; m. ; honrly . until 2:45 p. m.. then 3:15 p. m.
and every; SO minutes \u25a0 nntll 6:45 p. m., then
7:45, 9:45 IV m. and 12:01 a.' m: -" '^y^tt^KMt
Fairfax— Leaves f6:45, t7:15, 8:15. 8:45.
9:45, 10:43, 11:45 a. m., 12:45, 1:45, 2:45, 3:15,
3:45, 4:15. 4:45. 5:15. 5:45. 6:15, 6:45. 7:45,
9:45 p. m., J12:O1 a. m.
San Quentin via San Rafael— 8:45 a.-mr., 1:45
p.-m... J3:45 p. m. • - \u25a0 .. * \u25a0 \
Tiburon and t Belveder» via Sausalito — Week
days: 6:45,- 7:45. 8:45, §9:30 a: m.; 12:43. 3-15
4:15, 5:15, 6:15 p. tn.. |!jl2:01 a. m. -Sundays
6:45, 7:45. 8:45, |9:30. 10:45. 11:45 a. m.. 12:45.
1:45, 3:15, 4:15. 5:15. 6:15 p. m.". 12:01 a. m.
-•Sundays arrive 7:35 p. m. ••Sundays arrive
7:03 .p.. m.) tExcept Sundays. tSundays only.
> only. : fTiburon direct. JJThurgdays
only."- •;\u25a0. \u25a0 .-\u25a0\u25a0 . -. ,\u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0 .
-'\u25a0 Paclfle • transfer, company's - agents are author-
ized to check baggag* direct from residence. -
WOMAN SAVED FROM
BURNING COTTAGE
OAKLAND. Nov. I.— Assistant Fj>fV
Chief SanT*"Short and Patrolman '. Con- ;
nolly rescued a, young yrpman krtowV :
as Clio Quigley from fire late la^t night "
at 1059 Summer street. The woman fied *
to the attic when the 'fire ' started;
There had been a man in the house
also, but he escaped from the. dwelling
beiore.the ftre uepartment was called..-
Short ajid Connolly heard a woman
screaming in the upper floor of the
building while they were fighting the
flames beneath, and ran up a narrow
stairway to the roof floor. There they
found "the woman, almost unconscious
from smoke and a drug. The author- .
ities^ after investigating, declared that
the woman and her companion had been
using opium and that the flre broke out
while. Clio Quigley was half stupefied
by the narcotic. She was detained at
the police station today.
The cottage was only slightly dam
aged.
MUIR WOODS dtfjSi^
MT. TAMALPAlsllilp
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY
UNION DEPOT, FOOT OF MARKET STREET
ffannd Trip from San Francltco, Sl.BO »
Lt.Sm frucio iT.MairWwte If. Tnulwa .
W««fcj»y! SmU*r W-k<Uyi Su»Uy Weekday 1 Smmitf
9:45* 8:45 a t 7:20«t !1:50a 7=20« 10:40*
1:45p 9:45* 1:40p Jl2:5Qp 1:43p 11:40*
* 4:45p 10:45* 2:40? 1:50? 4:45? 1:40*
..V... IJ:45a 4:50p 2:50p • 3:QQp J:4of
1:45f 3:50p 3:40p
2:45f1 4:40p I 4:40g
• Saturdays. t Mondays. 1 Ut. Tanulpais only.
TtrVi* n«— 5 SauaJito Ferry— T«L Kearay 4980
iickrt Offices^ 874 Market _ TeL dou^, 440?^
General Oflsc«— Mill VaEey. Californh. Tel. Mill VsHer Si
"Tmn it TnatHis** ut "Ibis Isa" v* itwan *m dr (mts
OCEL\X SHORE RAIIAVAY .
T. S. Stratton. Recelrer. Depot 12th tnd Mbsion.
. Tafcins effect Xorember 1. 1910. .
- Leaye Saa Francisco — *9:0O «. m.. 5:20 p. m.
Leave Arleta— 6:lo a. ra.. t1:53. J2:25 p. ta.
Leare Tnnltas Glen— tl:SO. J2:0O p. m.
•Stage for San Gregorlo and Pescadero.
. AU trains daily except t week days only: t
Sundays only.
BAY AND IXTERURMa:* ROUTES
«:00. B^3o p. m. • Meals ala Carte. , V?
. pock and office. Mortb End Ferry BoildlaA.
•;. ;Jbemc»iJUmjAOeji Home.c.47wS^T
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