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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
DEATH CLAIMS
V. N. METCALF
Son of Former Secretary of the
Navy Passes Away in
Colorado
Bride and Parents at Bedside
When Popular Young Ook«
land Man Expires
OAKLAND, Nov. 9.— After an illness
of r;iore than two years. Victor N. Met
raif. the son of Victor IL Metcalf.
former secretary of the navy, and at
the present vice president of the Union
pavings bank of Oakland, died this
morning: at Colorado Springs, Colorado,
\u25a0where he had gone, with his bride of
I^bs than a year, for Ills health. At
his beside when the end came was his
*>ride, 'his father, his mother, and a
number of friends who knew how seri
ous his illness was. Death was due to
tuberculosis.
Metcalf was 27 years old. having been
born ia Oakland, February 10," ISS3.
end wss educated in the Oakland
schools. He was a member of the Uni
versity of California with the class of
'04. but left before graduation to en
ter Annapolis, from which he was grad
uated in 1906 with the rank of mid-
Fhiprnan. He was assigned for duty
to the cruiser West Virginia with the
rank of pact midshipman, but retired
*s ensign. Ills health failing him he
resigned from the navy, and came back
to Oakland to live.
His marriage to Miss Marie Butters,
the daughter of the late Mrs. Henry
Butters, was quietly solemnized. The
young couple became betrothed five
years ago. but owing to Metcalfs poor
health, the wedding was postponed sev
eral times and they were not married
until last February. The wedding was
looked upon as the sequel to "a pretty
love affair among the smart set.
Soon after tha wedding young Met
caif and his bride went to Colorado
Springs, where his fight for health was
ended this morning. The body will ar
rive in Oakland Saturday, when' ar
rangements for the funeral will be
made.
CAVALRY WILL BE
SHIFTED ABOUT
War Department Orders Relief
to Stations in the Phil
ippine Islands
According to orders received from
the ri-ar department at local headquar
t<=rp yetterday several changes will be
mad? in the. stations of cavalry in the
Phslippir.es. The cavalry organizations
nara^d are designated for service in
the Islands, will be relieved of their
«luty at present stations and will pro
ceed to this city In time to embark
es follows:
Eighth cavalry, headquarters, hand.
eight tmnps and machine gun platoon,
on December ." to relieve the Twelfth
cavalry. Two troops of the regiment
•will remain at Fort Robinson, Neb..
ono st Fort Apache and one at Fort
Jluachus. Ariz., to garrison the posts
until th<> arrival of the Twelfth cav
«lry. when thfv will proceed to ' San
F"ranciF<-o, fa sail for the Islands on
3tfarrh .". 1931.
Ser«ntii cavalry with the same or
ganizations, on February -5. 1911, to re
lipv«» the Thirteenth cavalry. Two
troops of the regiment to remain at
Fort Riley, Kan., until the arrival of
the Thirteenth cavalry, when they will
proceed to San Francisco to sail for
the Tplands. May 5. 1911.
The cavalry relieved, in the Islands
t. ill Pftil from Manila on dates named
Sn<l proceed to stations, as foilows:
*Twelfth cavalry. January 35, 1311,
3!fied<juarters band; two squadrons and
machine gun platoon. Fort Robinson.
Neb.; headquarters of one squadron and
two troops. Fort Huaehua. Ariz.; two
troops-. Fort Apache, Ariz., Thirteenth
cavalry «n March 15, 1311, to Fort
Rlley. Kan.
Osptain Wright. Fir.et cavalry, who
><ss heen at Camp Sequoia, joined his
Ftati^n at the Presidio again yesterday
morning.
Private L.co D.^Lewis. company E,
Thirtieth infantry, will be discharged
Tiy his commander, according to orders
of thp war department.
Private Joseph Smith, Sixty-seventh
c<#npany. coast artillery corps, will re
port to the adjutant general of the
department for .special duty In his of
£ce.
A board of officers, consisting of
Tlajor J. P. O'Xeil. Thirtieth infantry:
. Captain A. B. Warfield. Fifth field ar-
tillery, and Second Lieutenant H. T...
V.'atson. First cavalry, has been ap
pointed at the Presidio to investigate
the death of a horse belonging to Wil
liam J. Gallagher, 615 Grove street, and
hired by the United States on the res
ervation.
LATE SHIPPING I>TELLIGE.VCE
ARRIVED
Wednesday, Norfmber ?.
fi:23 r- o>.. ftmr W*llesler, L4n<!quiM. 110
bours froa Ast&ria; bound south, .pat la fnr fuel.
Y.j; SAILED
Wednf^daT." NoTembp.r 9.
9:35 p. tn., strar Hornet. Merxen, Seattle.
ISLAND PORTS
HlLO— Arrired Not. s— Scbr Sequoia, troxxx
Eureka.
HONOLt'LU— Sailed Not. 9— Ger ship Her
sogin Ceclle, for Sydney.
By United Wireless
BTEAKEH EKTZKPEISE— From San Francisco
for Hilo: Not. ft, 8 p. tn.. 7&S mile* from San
rracciseo; cl<>u<3.v; light stnitnwest wind; small
t-oa.
STEAMER ASTIIfCION— From Seattle for San
Francisco: Not. ft. 6 p. m., 50 miles south of
Cape Blanco; Ftroag sontheast ga,le and heaTy
eea.
ETEAKEK LAJ«SI2fG— From Pan Francisco for
Seattle: Not. 9, 8 p. in., 20 miles wrath of
Meadocino; li*bt touiheast wind; OTercaßt.
ETEAKEE KOREA— From San Francisco for
Honolulu; NoT^mber 8. S p. m., 426 miles from
i S?an Francisco; all well.
Mexico and Return, $SO
On the Christmas holiday excursion
leaving San Francisco December 14 and
Los Angeles December 15. Personally
conducted. Dining, parlor and observ
ation cars and Pullman vestibuled
sleepers. Go via Southern Pacific and
' National Railways of Mexico, return
via Santa Fe. Side trip from Williams
to Grand canyon, if desired, $6.50 ad
ditional. For details see agents South
ern Pacific, Flood building. Palace
hotel. Market street ferry depot. Third
and Townsend streets, and Broadway
jand Thirteenth street, Oakland; Santa
j>ye, 673 Market street: National Rail
' Trays of Mexico, Jloaadnock building.*
Victor N. Metcalf
Who Died Yesterday
After Long Illness
RETRIAL WANTED
IN BUTTERS CASE
Proponents of Her Will Not
Satisfied With Verdict in
Probate Court
OAKLAND. Nov. 9. — Not satisfied
with the verdict of the jury In Judge
Wells' court, which declared that the
will of the late Lucie Beebo Butters
should be declared invalid, the execu
tors of the will today petitioned for a
new trial.. The petition is based on
the contention that the verdict was not
warranted by the evidence and that
Judge Wells erred in his instructions
to the jury.
Mrf=. Butters* will left the J>«tlf of
an estate of $3, r >o,ooo in trust for her
youngest son, Henry A. Butters, mak
ing monthly allowances for her seven
other children. All of the children, in
cluding even Henry A. Butters, joined
in the effort to break the will.
The children contended that their
mother was .of unsound mind when
she made the will and was unduly in
fluenced "by her great affection for her
husband, the late Henry Butters, when
she made'lt. Butters left his wife sev
eral months before she made the will
and her children say that his desertion
unbalanced her mind and that she made
her will in favor of his favorite son in
tho hope that he might come back to
her." 1
BRAZIL'S FOREIGN TRADE
SHOWS STEADY GROWTH
Exports Exceed Imports and
Cause Free Buying
The total foreign commerce of Brazil
during the fi-ve months ended May. 1910,
exceeded in value that of any previous
similar period, amounting to $190,107,
404, as compared with 5172.466.07S in
1909. write Vice Consul General J. J.
Slechta of Rio de Janeiro.
' The exceptionally favorable position
In which the country's foreign trade
relations and domestic affairs were left
by the unprecedented balance of ex
ports over imports in 1909 contributed
largely to an increase of imports, since
buyers purchased freely, even in Janu
ary, which Is usually considered a dull
month in Brazilian trade. The exports
in the 1910 period were valued at $107,
374.22?? as compared with $104,351,032
in 1909*. while the imports in 1910 were
$32,733,176, as compared with $68,115,
046.
Because of the increasingly high
prices received for the rubber crop the
total value" of the exports exceeded
slightly that of the previous year's five
month period, in spite of the great re
duction In exports of coffee, the coun
try's principal crop.
The decrease in exports of coffee is
accounted for altogether by the fact
that exportation from Santos had vir
tually stopped when the 9,500.000 bag
limit for exports in 1909 was reached
in the middle of December, thus bring
ing Into force the additional tax on ex
ports in excess of that amount. The
exports in the 1910 period were 1,258,656
bags, as compared with 4.427.938 bags
in 1909, the average price this, year be
ing $10.15 per bag, as compared with
$9.45 last year. Rubber exports in the
1910 period aggregated 59,897 tons,
against 19,854* tons in 1909, the. price
per ton in 1910 averaging $3,400, as
compared with $1,930 in the previous
year, j
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY
TO RUN FROM ONTARIO
North Bay, 227 miles north of To
ronto, has doubled its population in
the last five years and Is now a city of
10.00!) inhabitants, reports Consular
Agent K. OAVakefield of North Bay.
It is a railway center of great import
ance, being a divisional point on the
main line of the Canadian Pacific rail
way and headquarters of the Lake Su
perior division of that line, with resi
dent superintendents and officials. The
road maintains a large shop here for
repair and construction work.
I The Temiskaming and Northern On
tario railway, bwned and operated by
Ontario province, which extends from
North Bay to Cochrane. 252 miles, has
its terminals at North Bay, with large
shops and an official -staff. .It is planned
to continue this line to Hudson bay to
connect with the steamships for Eu
rope. . .
TJie northern branch of th,e Grand
Trunk, from Toronto to North Bay. ter
minates there, "Ttecessltatlng a staff of
operatives. v
Headquarters of the eastern division
of the Transcontinental railway, in
course of construction, is; located at
North Bay, •with a staff of officials, and
all supplies for the division are handled
there. . - „ . . • ." : ; „;\u25a0.•' -\u25a0 \- •\u25a0' ..
North Bay is" situated on Lake Nip
issing, which Is the. highway for most
of the logs, cut in northern Ontario
on their way to the sawmills of Ottawa.
The outlet of the lake is via the French
river to Georgian bay, a favorite resort
for tourists on ] account {of Its '\u25a0•. scenery
and/ the hunting and fishing; which it
affords. Many Americans have' summer
homes on French river. . " .
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THE SA^ FRA^^^
BLOODHOUNDS ON
TRAIL OF FOOTPAD
Berkeley Police Endeavor to
Trace Highwayman, but
BERKELEY, Nov. 9.— Following the
holdup last night of George B. • Stur
getfn by a lone highwayman Chief of
Police Vollmer put two bloodhounds on
the footpad's trail this morning, but
the dogs could not follow the scent on
account of the heavy rain which had
fallen and washed the ground. This is
the first time that the hounds have
been used on a manhunt in this city.
The clogs are owned by Frank de Pue,
head of the state bureau of identifica
tion, whose son Is a member of the
Berkeley department. The, hounds are
j thoroughbreds and valued at $500 each.
I Young De Pue held the leash this
morning in* the hunt and was assisted
by Sergeant A. S. J. Woods and Police
men Lee' and Richardson.
! Sturgeon, who is a civil engineer of
Northbrae, was held up in the Indian
J road, where D. T. King, also a resident
! of Northbrae, .was robbed July 30. The
! footpad wore .a black mask over his
I face and talked with a broken accent.
He was of large build and stoop shoul
dered. He wore a dark suittof clothes,
black soft hat and soft shirt.
Vollmer intends to keep the blood
hounds at the station for a few days
and may take up the trail of the thug
through another clew.
STUDENTS PLAN TO
HAVE MERRY NIGHT
Banquets and Jinks Arranged
to Celebrate Before the
Big Game
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Nov. 9.—
Whether the biff game is won or lost
by Stanford, the cardinal rooters are
determined to make their football show
a success. "Too Much Johnson," this
week's attraction at the Alcazar in
San Francisco, will be the scene of
the Stanford festivities.
Two college thesplan*. P. P. Ward,
'3 3. and J. H. Forbes, '13, .will be given
s^all parts In the production, and in
troduce a number of local hits. V.
W. McCourtv and IS. W. Lewis, two
freshmen, will introduce a special nov
elty between the acts.
The Stanford team will occupy two
boxes In the lower tier, and will aid
the yell leaders in arousing Stanford
enthusiasm.
Several affairs arc scheduled, to be
held in San Francisco the night before
the game. The men of the classes of
1906, 1909 and 1910 will have separate
banquets.
Hie most elaborate affair to be given
on that night will -be the jinks to be
held in the rooms of the Press club
under the auspices of the Alumni asso
ciation. A great deal of time has been
devoted to the program, and besides
giving over their rooms for the affair,
the Press club has invited the Press
club of Stanford to att<*hd the function.
The entertainment will take the form
of a smoker and general jolly up.
Vaudeville turns will be featured. In
teresting illustrated talks by San Fran
cisco cartoonists and artists will be
givy. Several Stanford men will
conmbute to this part of the program,
among whom E. fit, Albright will figure
,with'a chalk talk on humorous phases
of student life. <
AEROPLANES NEEDED
BY UNCLE SAM'S ARMY
Congress to Be Asked to Buy
Five or Ten Machines
WASHINGTON. Nov. B.— Congress
will be asked by. Secretary of War
Dickinson to buy five or ten aeroplanes
for the army. General Allen, chief
signal officer of the army, has recom
mended 20 aeroplanes.
They Speak -for Theniselves
San Francisco, Nov. \u25ba 2*l 1909
Dr. Wong Him. 1268 O'Farrell Street,
San Francisco— Dear Doctor: After
• suffering for &
j^o^W^\ number of years
Wffipf @: >j&m disease and
j^PJp^^ Ftomach Trou-
nminatlon and
jmr*xSsbs%*'****^ treatment. Your
Jv&K "**" ,v?«^Sw diagnosis of my
>i^^t^3fegS|^l*4^fcv raso- by simply
feeling the pulse
fence Tnd C after
K^t^mij^m^MMm taking your herb
treatment for a few months I am en-
tirely well and'free from pain. Faith-
fully yours, HECTOR BEAUL.A,
1032 Kearny* Street. San Francisco.
San Francisco, February 2, 1910.
Dr. Wong Him — Dear Sir: For three
or four years I suffered with nervous
gastritis of the v. stomach, kidney and
liver trouble. I could not eat potatoes,
bread or any starchy foods for months
and was at death's door. As a last re-
source I applied to you. I did not care
to take Chinese herbs, but was com-
pelled to. as I could not receive any re-
lief from any other source. After a
few months I was entirely cured and
ran eat all kinds of food, even starchy
foods.i for which I tender you my sin-
cere i&ianks. - :.
MRS. ELIZABETH KLUBER.
2273 Post Street. S. F., Cal.
DR. WONG HIM
12GS O'FARRELL STREET
lielnfen Coukli and Ovlavia .
SAX FRANCISCO
OFFJCE HOURS:
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p.m.
THE HICKS- JUDDCOfiiPANT
BOOK, CATALOGUE AND '
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
. Library, /Law . and 1 all:
classes of , .^Bookbinding.
Loose Leaf Systems and.
Binders for all purposes.
51-65 ;Firsl St. - San.ffanciscb
CITY PREPARES
TO MAKE A FILL
Western Water Front to Be Im*
proved According to War
Department Conditions
OAKLAND, Nov. 9.— That the city
may lose nothing by failing to> take
advantage of the permission given by
the war department to fill the tideland
2,000 feet west of the old bulkhead line
in. the western harbor the board of
public works today ordered the city.at
torney and city engineer to prepare
plans and specifications at once for the
work. The action was taken by .the
board upon the reading of the com
munication from acting Secretary of
War Oliver, bearing the news that Oak
land's petition had been recommended
by the harbor line board of San Fran
cisco bay and granted by the war de
partment.
The first part of the improvement
will be merely" the extension of the
two sanitary and storm sewers which
have outlets beyond the old bulkhead
line. The huge concrete pipes will be'
carried out 2,000 feet farther to deep
water. City Engineer Turner will make
the plans and draw the specifications
at once. /City Attorney Stetson will
frame the resolutions to call for bids.
"I do not consider that the condi
tions laid down by the federal govern
ment in granting the permit are too
rigid or impossible of fulfillment by
'the citj%" said Turner. "The -war de
partment merely desires to protect the
public interest, and to prevent the per
mit granted to the city being used for
the of private ; corporations.
That is just what the city wants and
the conditions were not unexpected.
MERCHANTS DECIDE
ON HOLIDAY DAYS
Downtown Body Specifies Cer
tain Closing Dates
After canvassing the city thorough
ly to obtain the general views of the
merchants relative to closing on holi
days, a special committee reported yes
terday to the Downtown association
at a luncheon at the St. Francis what
days should be observed and what oc
casions it thought' need not call for
closed doors.
. It was recommended and adopted
that the stores continue the present
custom of closing all day on New Year,
Washington's birthday. Memorial day.^
Independence day. Labor day. Admis-^
sion day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The committee recommended that the
stores continue open on Lincoln's
! birthday, Discovery day and election
day. The report was prepared by F.
W. Dohrman, James A. Johnson and
Frank I. Turner.
While the Downtown association
was lunching, the Get Together asso
ciation, made up of members of the
Merchants' association, the real estate,
board, the Civic league and the Down
town association, met and a general
plan of educating the people on the
charter amendments was gone over.
W. D. Fennimore is chairman of this
committee and It is proposed to in
augurate a campaign sfor the 'amend-.
/tients considered , worthy and against
..'he undesirable amendments.
ATLANTIC OCEAJf TRAVEL'
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth — Cherbourg— Southampton
Philadelphia— Queenstown— Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
Xcvr York— London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
New York — London— Paris — Rotterdam
Via Plymouth n»d Boulogne-Sur-Mcr
RED STAR LINE
Xeir York— Dover— Antwerp— Paris
WHITE STAR LINE
3Verr York— Queenstoirn— Liverpool
IV.Y.-Plynionth-C'herbourjr-Smitlianipton
Host 011 — tluceneitown — Liverpool
Xcw York and Boston to
; RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT .-.. -.
The Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, -. Alder*,
Vlllefranche, Genoa, Naples, Alexandria
Romanic. .... . .Not. GO! Romanic Mar. 13
Canoplc D«. 7}Cretlc. Mar. ~29
Romanic. ..Feb. 4|
; 'CKDKIC (21.033 tons) Jan. 11. Feb. 22
•CELTIC (20.904 tons) ....Jan. 23. Mar. 8
*Lnrg;est steamers to the Mediterranean
WHITE STAR— DOMINION
Canadian Service Mall Steamers
Montreal— Quebec— Liverpool
Weekly Sailing*. The Scenic Ronto to
\ Europe . '
NEW S. S. LAUREXTIC * MEGANTIC
Largest and Most Modern Steamers son the St
"••— - Lawrence.
WEST INDIES CRUISES ..
Spanish 3laln— Panama Canal '* '
Jr. B rc2U.S, S. NEW YORK
G. N. KOEPPEL Passenger Agent Pacific Coast,
319 Geary street, opposite St. Francis
Hotel,, San Francisco.
f"~ 1 I LOS DON 1 PAIUSI
BREMEN
North TU .o s A D «y s
- matmmmmmmmmmm . Express Sailings.
. Cecilie :-.-: ..Not. 13
eO.WRhnew.NoT.22
49k KIMM* #k M 5 >J w? Z Wm.NOT.29
jgrilid " THURSDAYS
.-. \u25a0 IO A. M.
_' _ _ •\u25a0- Ttrin-Screw and Fast
1 i(fill7ff! - f F - W '< ne w)XoT.I7
BBB*^^ " . ' \u25a0-. *Cassel ...'.Dec! 1
m ~ mmmmmmmmmm Frd'h <1. Gr.Dec. 8
"-'.". . *Brt»mpn rilrpot. \u25a0 .
J GIBRALTAR I NAPLES | • GENOA. I
SATURDAYS »a. m .
K. Luise. :. .Xov. 12! Koenig Albert.Pee. "
fnr-Hnfnpw)N*f>T. IOiP.. Irene. .*. . .D P e. 10
. , WireleM and Submarine Signals.
Independent Around-the-World Tours,! .\u25a0-\u25a0•'
Travelers' Checks Good All OTerthe World.
OELHiCKS A CO. .Gen. Agtß., 5 P*way.y.V. J -
:''i' v toinlts;Algiers. ' " L " .: \u0084
Robert Capelle.G. A. P. C. 230 Powell st.
opposite St. Francis botel, San Francisco. Tele-
phone — Kearny 4794. - \u25a0.-\u25a0-.. r \u0084
FRENCH LINE I
\u25a0 ; fciE. OLE. TUANSATLANTIQUE :. \u25a0'-.- W
DIRECTLINE Ta HAVRE — PARIS |
Sailings Every Thursday and Saturday..' |3
L* Lorraine..KoT. 17 La, Brotagno. .Dec. 1 O
La ; Touraine.Nov. 24 La Savoie. ....Deo.'S E
"EXTRA SAILINGS. :fl M
These steamers carry one class (II) cabin ij
passengers . only. . - ... : _ - ' VvH
La Gascogne-Nov. 12 Caroliao \u0084 . . .Nov. SO I
liorido . . . .-Nov. 12 CMcago - . . . . N o *v^ S6 I
• FUGAZI; BROS., Pacific Coast Managers,-' H
630 Montgomery «treet.; San Francisco. Cabin \u25a0
Office, - 665 Market ' street. • r - jg
- Caaiidian ' Paciiflo ; Empress i Un«Vof vßt«*jaa*a'v Bt«*jaa*a'
:Ml Ung • wtekly \u25a0 between \u25a0 Montreal . and * LiTerpool.
Wlrelesa on all «te*iner».ir Ask any* ticket agent,
or write E. £. PE2JH. a. A., Palace Hotel, Saa
Fraacisco.- ": ':'?Se::V*:> ' >\u25a0 •' J -.
BIG COUNTY FAIR
OPENS IN RICHMOND
Splendid Exhibits; of Contra
Costa Products Draw a.
Large Crowd ;
' ; • < , *-"\u25a0 -.<---.\u25a0.;•
RICHMOND,/ Nov. -9.— The 'Contra
Costa- county fair opened- tonight -under
very favorable auspices,"?- the.*, exhibits
of orchard and farm . products being
artistically- arranged: V
The Hawaiian sugar refining com
pany of Crockett is placing a very elab
orate exhibit, "a "monument of sugar.
The display : of. the Richmond soda
works is equally attractive: The soda
works are represented by R. H. Cut-o
of Geyser hot springs. The Enterprise
brewing company is arranging a splen
did-exhibit. ' . \u25a0 \ ,
Products of every Important "place ,i n
Contra Costa county will be displayed
in; the mammoth" tent near Macdonald
avenue and Sixth street-under the man
agement of Gorman & Foley, who so
successfully managed the great fair at
Stockton. - . , : \u25a0 •
The Associated charities are working
hard-' to systematize the .gathering of
funds for Thanksgiving and Christmas
dinners to the deserving poor. •
?Xn. information mireau having a list
of : lodging\ and boarding houses and '^
directory of merchants will be estab
lished in the fair tent. Guests who
come from other parts of the state may
leave their addresses at the bureau so
that they may be found in response to
any important telegrams.
The office of M.. J. Kelley & Co.. the j
headquarters of the fair committee, isfj
besieged with 'guests and exhibitors!
for the fair. .
The nursery specimens of the ' Ric
hmond collections of shrubs, flowers and
trees, probably will be in tomorrow.
The concessions are rapidly being
placed in position. The' streets of
Richmond are crowded. It is expected
that about 40,000 will see the fair.
COUNTIES COMMITTEE
TO MEET IN JANUARY
Semiannual Gathering to Be
Held in Oakland
The semiannual meeting: of tho coun
ties committee of the California devel
opment board will be held.in Oakland
January 6 and 7. Arrangements are
being made to have a program which
will deal thoroughly with the problems
of industrial and commercial progress.
Because of the central location of
the meeting a full attendance is ex
pected. >
The local development board is pre
paring the list of speakers and topics,
as well' as outlining the work of the
convention. "The Method of Develop
ing California" wlllbe one of the prin
cipal subjects.
ENDS LIFE IN CAB— Seattle. Nov. !>.— A. man
45 years old, who carried la nig poekft Mil
waukee railroad switchman's key . No. IS3.
shot sriel killed himself in a boxcar of a Great
Northern train when It was approaching
Seattle last night. He was ia the fast stages
of tuberculosis.
111 1 PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
yftf /sv*. SteaoiPrs lpave from Broad-
ygJ^JtQiy way (Piers 9 and
/^/V?P&s3 r*! TowT ' ow ratpil - Includins berth
I I \ftWA 1 I anri njPEls.
\ipV V\^yOy/ s P' cJal Round Trip Rates.
V> *" '-' LOS AXGEt.ES
' SAN DIEGO
* £*"~r*^ / 'SANTA DARBARA
President or Governor alternate Mondays. 4 p. m.
•Santa R05a. .........Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
•Only Bteamer calling at Santa Barbara.
' SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Sontheaptern Alaska,
Bkapway. Dawson, Fairbanks and all points
on the Yukon.
President or Gorernor alternate Satnrdays, 2 p.m.
Queen, Umatilla or City of Puebla alternate
\u25a0 Tuesdays, 2 p. tn.
EUREKA (HIMBOLDT. BAY)
City of Topeka Nov. 14. 10. 24, 39, Dee. 4, 9,
14, "19. 24, 2»— 11 a. in.
GUAYMAS, MAZATI.AN, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO
SAN, PEDRO. ETC.
Curacao ...7th of each month, 12 m.
. LEAVE SEATTLE
ALASKA CRUISES 1911
Spokane. Jun« 11, 23; July 12, 26; Au?. 9;9p. m.
Right reserved to- change thU schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel, 653 Market
St., 16 Market st. and " Broadway Wharf.
• Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 3650.
t C. D. DUXANX, General Passenger Agent.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
fml STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
><gJ2s*v Regular Faat Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND : HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
saillnjr.from New York every six days,
making, direct connectiort-^with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European \u25a0 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 Agrents.v 8 Bridge street, -New
\u25a0York. WILLIAMS. DIMOND---& CO., i
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
;. 310 Sansome St.,,; San Francisco
TOYQ KISEN KAfSHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Nippon Maru.. ....Tuesday, Kov. 23, 1910
S. S. Chiyo Mara (TiaM*aiU)..... •......:\u25a0-.;
.... . ........ . . .... . . . ;Tuesday, Dec. 20, .1910
S. S. Tenyo Maru.. about Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1911
Steamers sail from . company's - piers, Nos. 42,
44, : near foot Of Second et.. • at 1 p. m., for
Yokohama and 1 Hongkong, calling at Honolulu.
Kobe (Hiogo) " and Nagasaki and Shanghai and
connecting at Honpkong with I cteamers for Ma-
nila, India; etc. No cargo receded on board on
day-of .salliDg. Bound trip -tickets at reduced
rates.; "-\u25a0-\u25a0 - \u25a0\/: .-'--' rir ' '-\u25a0\u25a0 : " ; - \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-' ' *:' .\u25a0
For freight and passage apply at office. 240
James Flood tmlldlnjr. . . W. H. AVERT.
. Assistant * General Manager.
UNION S.S;Cp;ofN.Z.Ltd,
New ' Through ' Fa*«enger / and . Freight Service
- . \u25a0""•' Without ' Change.
SA.N FRANCISCO *TO WELLINGTON. N. Z.,
, VIA TAHITI AND KAROTONGA:
S. S. AOBANOI (4,268 tons) sailt 2 p. m., Nor. 16
S. S. MAITAI (3,338 torn) sails Dec. 14
.Sailings erery. 28 days: connection at. Welling-
ton : and AucSland ; for ; New Zealand . ports t aDd
Australia."; ' • » ->Ti:"< v" . • v ';.-\u25a0
OCEANIC S. S. Co., - General Agents. 90 Clay st."
Ticket Office, l 673 Markergt. Tel. Kearny 1231.
HOVAIITf ll s - S. Sierra . (10,000 tons dis-
UUlluLrliLUpiacement) sails 11 a. m..\Soy.
12, * 1910.V Special round trip. $110, flnt class.
TAHITI AND NEW W2ALAND-S. S.
- : Maripoea sails 11 •.^m... Not. 22.
' Special Tahiti round trip, $135.' flmt class.
OCEANIC ; LINB. 673 Market : tel Kearny 1231 .
linilDl 111 II S- S. ; Lurline (13. C00 tons>v sails'
Hllniill 111 II nooa. Dec. 7, for Honolulu \u25a0 and
lIUIIULULU, Kaho i uLr . , : ~ ,
S. i S. : WHhelmina. (13,500 \u25a0 tonsi . sails noon;:
\u25a0 "•* -\u25a0 Not. - 23, : for Honolulu : and Hilo. - Itousd \u25a0 trip :
• to Honolulu.' first cla»«,'$110 and up. ' •» £**i
: JIATSON NAVIGATION CO.. >i j ?
1 -, :. . 2CS Market r st, --rs"^:'r 5 "^:' "
MISSING WOMAN LEFT
BABY WITH NEIGHBOR
Wife of S. P. Employe Myste
riously Disappears
OAKLAND, Nov. 9.— Leaving her
two" months old baby with Mrs. Caro
line Gavello. a neighbor, Mrs. Helena
Capra, wife of a Southern Pacific em
ploye, disappeared.^mysteriously last
Monday. - The mother said she would
return for. the child in an hour.
.This morning Mrs. Gavello informed
the police, at Capra'&^request.
'This missing- woman lived at 1419
Thirteenth , street. Capra fears his
wife, suffering under temporary mental
affliction, has met with harm.
"•\u25a0He described her as :2s year's of age,
sfeet -finches tall. light complexioned.
of medium "build and dressed in dark
clothes/; ./ y . /v/"'
BOASES CAR IX BEASTEST— Policeman Arthor
Sullivan, 'wfco ha* been' In St. Thomas hos
pital. 300 Pa sentreet." created a sensation on
, an eastboftnd Hnigbt .' street car eerly yester
"rtay by \u25a0 appearing la- hi* .nlghtrob© and a
\u25a0 blanket, • He wes returned to the hospital.
BANKBTTPTCir PETITION— J. H. Lawreae*. a
* contractor of San Jose, filed ! his petition la
the United". States district conrt yesterday
to be declared a TOluntary bankrupt. He owes
$-t.sßQ'and -has assets amounting to $1,414.
__ TRAINS LEAVE AMP AWE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM OCTOBER I. 1918 ,^__
- -VIA OAKLAND PIER
LeaTa (Foot of Market Street) ArriTß
2.15 a Niles. Tracv. Lathrop, Stockton.
Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, . 1 1. 18j
6.40 » Hay ward. N fl^. San Jose 7.OSa
7.00 a Rieaaoad. Port Costs. Beaida. Suisua,l
Dixon. 3aeram ento, P^»sevillt, Marys- } 758 a
villa. Redding;. Duasmuir. J 10.38 a
7.00» EJfflira. Vacaville. Rumsey. 7^Bp
7.03 a Daris. WoodlanJ (Mirysville. Oro-
ville), WOliaaw, MaxwdL Willows.
Hauilton, Corning. Red Bluff ... 7.28»
7.40 a Vallejo, Naps, Cilia toes, Santa Rosa,
UartinM 6.08p
7.43 a A roa, Saa Ramoa, livermsre 6.48?
7.4 Ji Nile*. Plessiatoa. Ijrermore. Tracy,
' LitaroD. 3fc>cktaa , Lodi. Sacraaeato. 758p
' 7.435. Trie/, Lo« Baaon. *£erm*a. Fresno. 4.28 a
B.ooa Newark (Ceaterrille), Saa Jose. Los
Gstos. Wright, Felton (Boulder
Creek), Saata Cru» 5.48>
8.20 a Port Carts. Mirth ci. Byron, Tracy,
Stosktoa, Mercei. Fresco. Goshea
Jusetijn (Hnfari. Armoca), Visalia.
Portarvflls. B*kerss dd 4.48p
8.20 a Yose-nita V'.\llsr »ia Uereed. „ . . 4.48p
B.ooa N'des. (Saa^Toss). Li 7 era-are. Stockton .
(•ililtoa), Valley Soriaj. lone. Sacra-
m«aw : . .~. 4.22 p
a.oo* djiors.T-nlu.nne and Angela...' 4£Sp
O.C3i AtUatis Express — Sscrazaento. Trae-
kee, Ogdea, Silt City. Denver,
. - Kansas City. Omahs. Chk*:o O.ZS9
9.40 a Ricaaaad, Port Cosu. llartmea,
B*y Point 6.48?
10.20 a Vallejo ilxo Uiad, Napa I|.2C»
10.20 a Loi Aajelss Passe apr- Port CosU. '
Martinez. Byron. Tracy. Stockton.
. llerssd. Freino. (Hanford, Coallcg3,
Visalia,) BakeraSsld, Los Angelas.... 7.48p
10.40 a Saa Fraasisio Overlaad Limited—
Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis.
Oaihi, Chisaw 6.25?
1 1 20* Shasta Lrakei— Portland. Tacoc3,
Seattle... 9.18?
12.03 a Ooldadd Pass.— Port Coits, Benicia.
Saeraaerttn, Truckae, Hssea. Wi-
beska (Yerinictaa, Mason), libs.
Toaopah. Gildadd. Laws, Keeler 7.48s
irOOn Marysvilla. Chica, Red Bluff... 4.28*
1.20 a Niles, Irviajtoa. Ssa Josa 2.45p
1.43? 3-iH Leaadro, Nilu, Ccaterriile, f O.C3a
Newark. Baa Joie. \ 7^B*
2.00? Newarlc Saa Jose. Los Gstss. Wright,
Felton (Boilder Creek). Santa Cnu. . 0.58?
2.40» Saa Leaadro, Nil es. Saa Jo*e. 9.28*
3.00b Benicia. Wiaters. Sacramento— Wood- .--^ . :
•;:-" land, Enizhts Liadlag, Tudor. Yuba
Qty, ilarysrille... 10.48 a
3.ioa Port Coita (Scoektoa). Uurtiaes,
Oyroa. Modesto. Merced. Fresno.. 12.08s
3.43? Via Ssusalito, West Naps, St Hdeaa,
Calistoga ." 1025*
4.00s Vsllejo. Nsna. Calistosta, Santa Rosa,
Martines, Saa Raaoa. Livermore... 9281:
AJOOp NUes (Ceatervflle. Newark). Liver- / 10.23 a
more. Tracy. Stocktoa, Lndi \ U.lSs
4.40p Saa Leaadro, Hsywsrd. NSes, Pleas-
anton, Liverraore,- Tracy, Newaaa,
Kertnaa. Fresno..'. 1 1.18;
B.OOp ValleJD, Pert Costa, Benicia, Sirrt.
msnto. Liaccla. HbrrFrflls. Orovile. l!.2Sa
B.OOp Davis. Woorflaad. Ydo, Arlraekle./ 2.48p
Willbms. Colun Juaction. YTiilaws \ 5.23?
6.03p Rnssdl, Saa Jow. Lo* Gatos .....' 82Ea
6.208 Saa Leaadra. Niles. Saa Jose... l> 7.48 a
6.03» Owl Limited— Los Angeles > BM»
6.40p Eastern Exprens— Ogdea, Pueblo. Dea- '
- ver, Kansas City. St. Louis, CLicazo,
Port Cost*. Braicla. SaeraEento. \u25a0
Truckse. (Lake Tahoe), Reno, Sparks S.2S?
8.4?p Hav^-i- i. Niles and Saa Jow 6.48?
J7.C09 VaUejo, Port Cost». Mar^Ees. Eay
Point acd Way Sta lions.. JII.I8?
7.40p Riohnaond. Port- Costs, Martlnes,
Cornwall, Tracy. Lathrop, Stockton. 12.43?
8.20? Ors^nn Expre«»— Da via. (Sacramento), •
Willows. Reddins, Ashland, Portlaad.
Tacoaia. Seattle. Spokane " 9JDS*
COO? Chixi and Japan Fast Ma2— Otdea, .; ; -;'.
i" -:'-v-/.: Cheyeaae, Denver,- Eaniaa City,
Omaha. Chicago 2.48p
9.00? Port Costa, Benicia. Sacraments, Col- '
• fax, Traekee. Reno IO.CSa
9.40p BakersSeld. McKittrlck, Moaarch,
Jloroa, Fel!o!v 8.28 a
0.40p Richnioad, Port Costa, Tracy, Mo-
desto. Slersed, Fresno, Hanford,
. Coaliass, VlsilU. Tulars 8.28 a
9.40p Hunter's Traia— Saturday only. Saa
Jose aad Way Statioas : J7^CB?
11.40? Portland Express— Sacrsmento. Starys-
viile.Redßiu3.WeeJ,(lilaiaath Falls).
Ashland, Roseburs, Portland, Taco-
ma. Seattle. .^ I2^Bp
KETHERLANO'SROUTE— From Paelße Strsst Wharf.
Collinsville, Emmaton, Rio Vi«ta, iaieton. Ryde, Wal-
nut Grova, Vordea. Courtis nd. Ciarksbur?, Sacramento.
Stiamtr Navajo, leaves Sin Franeijco S.OO a. m. daily
except Sunday, stopping at points showa, srnvlog S*e-
rssento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacrsmesto 9:00 p.m. dally
exsept Suaday (co stops en route), arrrrlag Saa Fr»a-
elsco SKX) a.m.
Stiam«r Modoc or Apachs, leaves Saa Frinriseo IXO
p.m. Daily, except Suaday; arrive San Fraacisco 11.20
p.m. : ..'•,?, \u25a0„— l~ ..
OAKLAND HARiJOR FERRY— From San Frandiee.
Mir kit Strict Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from B.CO
ajn. to 0.00 p.m. . Sundays— 6.4s. 8.15. 6.45. 11.15
xm.. 12.45. 2.15. 5.45, 5.15. 6.45, 8.15 and 9.45 pjn.
LOCAL FERRY TRASNS-Vla AlairMte Pier.
Ta Oakland and Alamsda— fS.lo, t6.43 a.m.. aad thea
10 and 45 miautes part tha hour until 7.45 p.m.; thea
aSO, 9.15, 10.00. 10.45. 11.80 p.m. aad 12.15 s.m.-
To Alamsda and Frultvala via Hsrashos tarns as above.
I a for lloraing. Vp for Afternoon, t Sunday exeepted.
; t Suaday only. . J Saturday and Sunday only
- aSonday aad Moadsy only. .' *
/s£§& Schedule Effective
Pp^ . November. 1, .1910
V^JLay/ UNION FERRY DEPOT
' ' San'Franelaco-'
Leave | ' . : Vi* Sanaalito I ArriTa
7:45 a- Petaluma. #aata Ko*a.. Utald*-
bury, Clo»erdale f Ultlah. Wil- 1
lits. SherwooU. •GuemevSlle,
•Monte Klo. •Duncan Mills,
, Rebastopol • .s*-*' n r
8-15 a '^Sonoma. ••Glen Ellen yo:Zo p
8:15 a Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker. Caza- -
dero... •..\u25a0......:.......... to:»P
IS '45 a Petaluma. Santa Kosa. Ilealds-
burg CloTerdale. Gu»rrjPTille.
* Monte Rio, Duncan Mills. „ . J7:35 p
10:45 a Petaltima. Sar.ta Rosa 4:35 p
*2:45p Pt. Reyes. Camp Meeter (leares
.<\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0 from Cazadenx {7;05 p
" 3*15 p PetalumS.^ Saata Rosa. . l]ca!ds>
bur?. ClOTerdale, I'kiah. Guer- * \u0084
nt- Tllle. Monte . Rio. \ Duncao
-Mills, Sebastopol .... . ..'.. . ... ll:C"> a
-4 -AoV Sonoma. Glen E11en... .......... O:S5a
5:15 p Petahima. Santa Rosa I *:35 a
ELECTRIC STTBTOBAN, VIA SAtTSAUTO "
Sausalito, Mill V*Uey, Saa Rafael — Dally
every 30 minutes from » C:4s a. m. until 9:4S
* m.; hourly until 2:45 p, ra. (except the 2:45
n. i m doe* not run to San* Rafael oq Sundays) .
then 3-15 p. a- *n il tmj SO minutes until 6:43
n m then 7:45. 0:45 p. m. and 12:01 a. m. ,
Fairfax— Leares t0:45. -t7:lsvi 8:15. 8:43,
9-45 10:43. 11:45 a. tn. y 12:45. 1:45, 2:43. S:iv
3-45. 4:13. 4:45. 5:15. 5:4,5. 6:15, 6:45, 7:45.
9-45 d m.. J12:O1 a. m. MK^mßagftjßaja
"S*n Qtentin via, Saa Rafael— B:4s a. m.. 1:45
p* m J3:45 p. n»." •\u25a0". .
Tibuion ana Belvedere, ? vi* S*ns*lit»— Week
days: 6:45, 7:45. 8:45. I9:3O a. m.. 12:45.- 3:15,
4:15. 5:15, 6:15 p.m., {$12:01 a. ra.,. Sundays —
6:45. 7:45. 5:45.JD:30. 10:43. 11:45 a. m.. 12:45,
1:45. 3:15/4:15,. 5:15. eilS.'n.m.. 12:01 a. m.
-\u25a0?• 'Sundays 'arriTe-T:35-. p. m. . ••Snadays. arrive
7 :05 -p.- m. t Sundays. . tSnndays . only.
only. >; ITlburon. direct. "* HThursdjiya
only. \u25a0 <mk i.mti ibya^BSSßgfflbs^gt^afig^
< Pacific transfer., company's a;ents are author-
ized to-checK basgase direct from residence.
CHINESE TREASURER
SKIPS WITH MONE\
Warrant for Arrest of Jub Jung
of Oriental Club.
A warrant charging tho embezsTP'
ment of $5,773 from the Oriental socia
club, <i Ross - alley.- vfas- sworn.. : t>u'
against Jue Jong, alias Jue Wee."b>
Jue Sing yesterday In Police Jurist
Deasy's court.
Jue Jong, was secretary-treasurer c:
the club ant! handled the financial trar.3'
actions. He is said to have sailer! foi
China recently. A cabled de3crtpti-u
will be flashed to- the flrst . stop o:
the trans-Paciflc liners In Japan ant
China.
Giovanni Tarantlni. secretary of thi
ship cleaners* and sealers' union, yes
terday -was charged with embezzling
$330 of the union's funds in a warraiv
sworn out by J. J. Bona, 27358 Stock
ton street. .: • \u25a0
It's c valer for some men to pain 1
word pictures than it is for them to tel
the plain unvarnished truth."
Oh, well, if hubby doesn't like wifey'j
new fall hat he can pay for another.
Love recognizes no law — not even 8
mother In law.
RAILWA V TRA VEL
VIA COAST LKVB
Leave (Thard iad Townsead Street*) Anivt
t3.35a Loop— Vtleaeia Street, Ocesa View. .
Oaisteriei, Sooth £aa Froscisco,
23d Street. 3rd sert Toicssend t6. 13»
6.30 a South san Fraarisco, Saa Jcse, Gilro7,
; -. (HoiUster), Sargsnt, PsjaM>, Waticn-
ville. SanU Cres. 7JBQ}
7.10 a South Saa Frasciico, Palo AiU), Ssa
Jose. Way Stations. !. J 7.3d
7.IO» Msyfidd. Los .Altcj, Los Gates , t7-2C»
8.-00 a Saore Line Lixaited— Pa?o Eobles
HotSprics*. Saata Barbara, Los
Anjtles i 9.501
W)sa Tha Coaster— San Jose, Paiaro (Wat-
«onT2!e, Santa Ctjx). Castroville,
(Del Monte, Mont erey, PsriSc Grove), ••;*-
Salinas. Soledad P»k> Rob!es Eot
Spriass. Atsjcsde r 0. Saa Luis Obispo.
Surf. (Loaipoc), Santa Barbara.
Ventura, Os-iard, Los Aneeles 11.45>
B.lo* MaySdd. Los Altos. Los Catos, bright,
Glenwood{ Boulder Creei). Santa Croa.
WatsonvsUe. Castr ofille. Del Monte; "
Monterey. Piriiic Crove. : S.CC*
9.OCa Saa Jose. Gilroy, Falinat, raw Eoblfs
Hot Sprinas. A tsjeadero, San luis
Obispo — Tres Pinos — Wstsonvitte.
Ssata Crus. Dd lloate. llonterey.
PaciSo GroTw ; 4.COi
10.40 a South Ssn Frsnristo, Burlirgsae. Saa
Jiit». Palo Alto, Saa Jore 1 tfi-33s
10.40 a Los Altos. Mont* Vista. Los Gatos.. { 1 f *g*
11.30 a Valencia Street. Ocesa \iew, Colnia,
Ceaeteriw. Baden, S»n 8run0...... 'I^s?
I l.4Ca South Saa Francaco, Saa Jose. . . t&2Sa
2.OCp Del Moats Express— Saa Jo»e. Gilroy.
Sargent (W'stson ville, Santa Cra*). v
Del Hants, Moaterey. Pacific Grove.
(Salinas) 12.33*
2.05 j South Ssa Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa
Jose 8.45 a
t2.05? Los Altos. Moata Vista. Los Gatot. . . 13.259
3.003 South 3an Francis co. Saa Mateo, Ess
Jow, Gilroy. Tres Picos, £»!a:as. ... lO.tOa
3.00s Watson ville. SaaU Cras. Csstrovill).
Del Moate, Monte rty. Pacific GrtT' . IO.ICa
3.16 a Ssnta CUrs. West Saa Jose. Li« Gates. -*
Wri?br. (Uodder Creek), Santa Cti*. lO3CS
4.00s Sunset Esprrjs — Tucscn. ,r«ria«,
D i'no. Houston, New OrirsLS, .
Paso Rablei Hot tprir.j?, Ataseadero,
Saa Luis Obispo. Saata Barbara and
LosAaieles tO.SSa
4.00p KaasMCity, St. Louis. Chicajo 10.55 a
4.20p South Saa Frsncisco. Ssa Jote 19.6Ca
t3.05s Burlioguae. San Mateo. Palo Alto,
Saa Jose and Way Stations 9 *5i
t5.2a» R«a*ood. Palo Alto, Saa Jose KIC?
tS.2Oa Los .Altos. J.'nnu Vista. Los Gstos. . . 13.259
t5.23a Burliagsme. Saa Ms teo. San J05e..... 3£sj
t5.32? Loop — Valeacia Street, Ocesa View,
Cemeteries. Sooth Saa Francisco.
23d Street, Id and Towasead +8.4 C?
5.40s Ssa Bruno, Saa Matw. Bedvood. Palo / t 7 25a
Alto. Saata Qara, Sea Jose \ 7.35*
J3.40? Los Altos, Los Gates ~.. :9.45a
t8.00? iiillbri*. Ssa Mateo. Ps!o Alto, llty- ' *
f.ild. Los Al to*. Los Gates f 3.CC*
. tS.OS« 23 A Street. Visitacion. South Saa
Fraaeuco. Valencia Street ; t7.fP»
8.30 a South Ssa Fran cisco. fan Jose '. . 5.45p
B.oop The Lark— Paso Roh!es Bot Sprbgs,
Saata Barbara, Lcs Anje1e5.. ....... 9.30 a
B.CSI LosAn?elesPs«seaaer— Gilroy. sa4l*iss,
P&so Robtes Hot Atascadero,
Saa Luis Obispo. Sa&ta Barbara asd '
Lot Aneelet .."..;... 83f»
lO.OOf Saa Jcse and Way Stations ' 7 2-1 3
1 1.43? South Saa Frsacisco. Pslo Aito. Saa / 7.4 6 p
Jose U10.5C»
LOCAL FERRY THAWS— Via Oakland Pier.
To Oakland. Berkeley. Bsrryraan. East O&kianoV and
Fruitval* — Daily — From 6.C0 a.si.. aad every tw«rtj
niautes until 7.00 p.ra. bclusive: thsa 7.40. b.20.
6.00, 9.40. 10.20, li.cb. 11.13 pxC- 12.20 scd
UOaja. :\u25a0 : . -'\u25a0_ .j
To Sathsr and Mstas* vlt Seventh St.— Dai!?— Frr>m
- 6.00 a.m., and every twenty cinutw KatU'7.C6 p.af.
bclusive. thea 7.40 r 8.20. &.CO, B.»a 10.2 a 11.0.
and 11.40 pja. " . . \u25a0«-"'
T« Stanehorrt— Da3v Except Sar.d*r-«.oft. 7so. ~?.C0.
9.C0 a.ai.. 2.20. 3.C0. 4.L0. 5.W), a.40" pjd. Sundyr
only B.CO 10.00 ajn. LCD. 2.C0. 3S& 4CO. S.S3.
5.40 pja. .r^J- ~ '.r- \u25a0 " '?\u25a0.
To Oakland First St.. Fraitvale, Atas:sda. : «ia jf ortetboa
— Daily — From tB.CO, 6.20 s.n». »ad every -twerty
Biautes until 8.20 a.m. inclusive; th? ry 9 CO. 9 K 1 ,
10.00. 10.20. 11.C0. ilso s.m.. 12m.. 12j0.i:c0.i.:0,
2.00, 2.-JQ. 3.C0. 3.29, :i.40 p.m. asd every :*e rty
nhntea until 7 p.m. inWtuiTe: 143. a. CO. li.COt a.-iO.
10.20. 11.00 and 11.40 p.m., ll£O sad 1.30 a^.
Additioaal traia to Oakland First St. 2J5 aja.
To Wt*l Bsrkitey— Daily Except Sunday— From 6LCO
s.as. aad every twesty minutes u:;t:i.V-osjn. 'nr!u-
sive; th«a 9.00 ».m. acd every houj untiJ :4.C0 p.a.
iadusfver thea 120 p.m. acd every twenty- Eintjtrs
nata 7.00 p.m. inclusive: thea 7.40 p.Ta.. 5.23. 9.G0.
9.40, ia2O. ILOO, 11.40 pja. aad 12:23 aj»v 1.
T» VVetl iarkelsy— Sundays cisly— Froa» I'd) ajn.,
.thsa 7.00. 7:40, 8:20. ».Cd aja. indujive; iken 9:20
a.m. and every twenty miautea 7.C0 pan. (cciSAtc
then 7.40- p.m., 8.20. BXO. f1.40. 1Q:29. 11X0,- IL4O
n..m. and 12.20 aja. \ : .- 4\u25a0- - • '^i^ -^ •
Ta Cartln— Daily Except Suncb/— Fas fJEQija. "asd
every 20 miactes natil 420 a.nt; iadasi-n. then
9XO. 10.00 a.m., 12.00 m.. 1.04 2.00.104 ICtt t2O.
4.40,5.00, 5.24 si4a aad «.00pja,
T« CorWn— Suadaya ocly— Frora IjOO sjru tbes : 3.oo
. ajn., \u25a0 9.20 aja. and every twenty miautes - natil
6.00 p.m. ... , . \.
To Stsgt, RicLTsOßi,Po!tean— CCOaauilOpßiaOpi
T Union .Transfer Co. autaorised ta check -B&tzsti
direct L-em residence. : - '. \~ \ \ '\u25a0_ . », „ ,
MUIR WOODS >^|?^
MT. TAMALPAIsIIIIP
VIA SAUCAUTO FER3Y .
* cs:o» ce^orr, foot cf karket «TaErr » - . .^Kr
Rsrad Trip frtm Saa Francisco, $1.33^ - -y
tf.Sa ftin;ig» it. LT.Jiw!>ats ~
Wetkd«y : Smday WegltJ»y; Sun<iiT W«<lntart Scai*r
5:45*} 8:45»t 7:2 Ps lt:s9a . 7r28« 10:40 a
]:*h\ 3:45* M:4O?«2:5<H» ' t:42p 11:40*
• 4:45p 11:45* 2:4Cp l:S0? 4:45j> 1:40?
...... 11:453 4:50? 2:§3?l*:J:Wp 2:40?
I 1:45 i ...... 3:aot ...... 3:40?
......I 2:4 St 4:4?>1 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-:*r-4UOp
\u2666SstKtfiai's. t Mondays. •; Mr-Taaylpaaoniy.
TT-t-t (¥*--, i sa«saT'to Ferry— TeL Kearov 4950
Cnerd 05m— MIU Vafley. CalHbrni«.T^. JI2L VafleySl
"Jura if taibili" vi "Hair tea" an alvajs tm Sr gtaix
OCEAN SHOUE aiILWAY
F. S. Stratioa.Recetrer, Depot 12th «ad Mlsaioa
Leare Sja i'ranclsco— *& a. m..-3:20 p. m«
I.ea»e Arl«:»— 6:10 a. ra.. fV.iS. t2:25 p. ra.
L#»t« Tnaltas Glea— tl:3o, J2:00 p. m.
"Stage for San Grejrorio and Pe«eadero.
All trains daily except tweet days only;
• tSnmtays only. . •-\u25a0* -' ' \u25a0\u25a0- " "
BAY AND INTER URBAN RODTE3
HisTt li^lthtTT Yari^ail^SspS^LHeiesa
• Boats lMve 7.-00.fi:45 turn, 12i3oC^3aa
6:0 O. &3OP. m. &?e»is a Ia CveteT^ '\u25a0- ~
Po^e end office. Nortisxnd. rerry BalMl.i
• JTSonea: Keanrjioa; Hoae c.4708. *•*
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