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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
FRIENDS SURPRISED
BY WEDDING NEWS
Wife of Former Minister Ac
cepted Jack London's
First Article
OAKLAND, Nov. ll. — Mrs. Annette
Eames Payne, whose quiet marriage to
Rev. Edward B. Payne, writer and lec
turer, caused a surprise yesterday, ac
cepted the first story written for pub
lication hy Jack London. Mrs. Payne
was then connected with the old Over
land Monthly and the initial endeavor
of the young California writer won the
praise of Mrs. Payne.
Since then London and Mrs. Payne
have been great friends, and it was at
her suggestion that London established
his home at Glen Ellen in Sonoma
county. The homes of the Londons and
Mr. and Mrs. Payne adjoin, making a
literary colony in the heart of the val
ley.
Rev. Doctor Payne and his wife are
both known as writers. He was the
founder of the commmunistic colony
at Altruria which was a "glorious
failure. 1 it has been said, and then
:urned his attention to philosophic and
socialistic thought. His contributions
were many and he also delivered a
course of lectures before, various so
cieties and ciu*e. f :.y; 'V -
Mrs. Payne, who is the aunt of Mrs.
.<"harroSon Kittredge London, wife of
the author, is almost as well known as
a writer as her husband. In addition
to contributions to various monthlies
she has written books tha\ have at
tracted attention on socialistic and
philosophic subjects.
Rev. and Mrs. Payne have gone for
th^ir honeymoon to Los Angeles, where
he will deliver a number of lectures. On
their return they will live at Wake
Robin lodge, a mile from Glen Ellen.
FATAL DOSE FOUND
FOR ARGENTINE ANT
Prof. C. W. Woodvvorth Tells
flow to Eradicate Pest
From This State
BERKELEY. Nov. 11. — "The Control
of ihe Argentine Ant" is the subject of
a bulletin which has been issued by
Prof. C. \V. Woodworth of the depart
ment of entomology of the university
as the result of two years' work in ob
serving the habits of the infects
The bulletin covers the subject thor
oughly and tells of the best means of
eradicating the ant In this state.
In summarizing the results of his
investigations Professor Woodworth
Tbe Argentine snt new occupies about 5,000
Cfs in California.
Ttiorr kvp more tlian 40 s«>paratf colonies.
trying fr<>m one acre t<» Dearly 2.000 acres
: -. exteat. .---
Except vrhon «-arrlr<l b.r human a^nole*, they
-;read at «»K»ut the rate of an tlsbtb of a
rr.lle a resr.
Manure tud r.ursfrr iitock ar»> particularly
llsble to b* the method of trair«i>isrtatl<m.
thoasb xbry may go with til torts of tnercban-
Naturel sprfad Is not a<vHjtDf«lish«>d by Cißht.
Mlprstton normally occurs when .the numbers
i xc«"«<l tb« fo«l supply.
Hradlctiioa Is a possibility and should be
undertaken.
Itaparlfiw^ e*tim«t<^ ivs a lowering of the
value of r*>rid«>nce property betw»H>n 10 and 1!5
p^r cent.
AH nstir^ *-p«~>ies «re <Jiseufs«>d «nd the treat
ment of raeh euppested.
«.'CE!rol tnfaFuros consist of barring ants oat
and methods at klllicjr.
The b*st barrier co:i«if-t<! of vttPT trented
trirh cre^ioi »r\d makos |>oys!lj'.e a j)ractlcal ant
prr-o*ag of rc-ocis or houses.
For E3«ny enrt tfce cf*ti« m«y lie <V"?troypd
hv the uft of carbon bisnliihide. potassium
crecfcle or oil.
' Ant potid^rg and fluids sre <3l«ea<=j:od. bnt a
r-Tr-ap containing a rery small giiantity »>f *r
6*fcic Is recommended a^ the must arallable
poison «nd the only reallr satisfactory method
of killing the Argentine ant. , " '
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB TO
RENDER A CANTATA
San Francisco Organization to
Give Half Hour of Music
BERKELEY. Nov. 11. — Under the
leadership of. H. B. Pasmore, the girls*
jcrlfe club of LrOivell high school of San
Francisco will render the half hour of
music in the Greek theater Sunday aft
ornoon. In place of a varied program a
cantata on which the members of the
club have been rehearsing will be ren
,K-rerj. .._...- . . .
That selected by Pasmore is Bendall's
•fcetting of Tennj'son'B . "The. L#dy. of
Shalott." the soprano solo in which will
be sung by Miss L,ouise Murphy. Before
the cantata, the cltfb wfll sing '"The
Sweet Little Girl and the Quaint
Squeegee," and Miss Elizabeth Dblan"
aad Miss Judith Roesch win give Ros
sini's duet-, % •/Qyis est Homo." -• ~_- - .
Th« accompanists Trill be Miss Mar-.
• ia Gans and JlJlks Harriet Pasmore. In
'ease of Inclement Trcather the concert
will be postpone^. ; |^P«^M
REAL ESTATE DEALER
DIES AT HIS HOME
Elijah J. Shepardson Succumbs
After Long Illness \u25a0
OAKLAND, Nov7 11.-^Elljali J, Sliep
srdton, for many yea« a reajty brOkep,
<iird today at his residence, 1717 Tel<?
praph avenue. He had been ill for
*ome time from diabetes. Shepardson
was 41 years old. a .native of Califor
nia. The funeral arrangements have
not been made.
DEFAULTER'S ELOPING
WIFE ,JS SUBPENAED
OAKLAND. Nov. 11. — The wife of
Percy Soott, th«» defaulting accountant
of the Berkeley national bank who
pleaded guilty, will havo to appear in
Judge Brown's court Monday so that
it may be learned whether or not
Scott is telling the truth. Judge Brown
Issued a pubpena for he*r appearance
at today's proceedings. Scott stole
from the bank to send his wife money,
he taid. She had eloped with an army
officer and gone ]to Shanghai, and
wrote him for money some months
later, saying that she would come
back if he Bent her $500.
VICTIM OF S. P. TRAIN
WAS BLOCK SIGNALMAN
[Special Diipatch to The Call]
• OAKLAND. Nov. 11. — The body of a
man who was" killed last night at West
Oakland by a Southern Pacific freight
train was identified tonight as that of
George H. Foster, formerly employed
5n the Southern PaciSc company's block
signal 1 system department 'Foster, was
45 years old and unmarried. "Mrs.
George H. Strieker, a sister, lives, at
1411 Oxford street, Berkeley.
WRITERS ON SOCIAL
PROBLEMS UNITED
[Rev. Edward B. Payne and his bride, ivho rvas'Mrs. A'—" 1 * Eames. |
OAKLAND BUYS LOT
FOR NEW CITY HALL
Entire Site of the Proposed
$1,000,000 Building Is iNow
Municipal Property
OAKLAND. Nov. 11. — By the purchase
today from H. C. Capwell for $125,000
property with 50 feet frontage in
Fourteenth street, extending 103 feet
to Fifteenth, the board of public works
obtained the full site for the new
$1,000,000 city hall. Secretary of the
Board Nelson was. instructed to. ad
vertise for bids for the removal or
wrecking of^the structures now occu
pying part, of the site. /
'The buildings to be torn down are
the old city library building, now used
by the board of health and city engi
neer; the polica department additions
to the eify hall; the Fifteenth street
fireliouse, and the buildings occupying
the land "bought today from Capwell.
The plans for the excavation of the
site and the foundation of- the new city
hall have been completed by the archi
tects, Palmer & Hornbostel of New
York, and the digging will begin as
soon as the site is cleared.
sleep at night P\
-=<^^g^^^r Is your system in such a wrecked condition that you yH
-^g^^py canlt ta . ke advantage of nature's greatest medicine— and the IE
-^"^ jSy , opportunity to rebuild the tissues torn down thru the day. B
»/and you should begin to take -it nor,— and be consistent in its >^i§A
g/ . use— insomnia is one of the worst health destroyers there /%slsm
3 f\?rV 1S * Combinin ? the body-building food vr.lucs'of rich' /4fiW3M i
B\^ . barle - v m^ lt nith the soothin? tonic qualities of the s4®o^z!nL
mia&A lu P ulmofchoi cest hops, Pabst Extract induces s%m\atfssss&
Xflil eace^ ul . refresh ing eleep and assists nature >"^^SJ / r^^'
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wSBS^ Mt t «2e»V B £*? ideofiaediciae ~ J
fe=^ Insist u£on7tuL'q Palst. Illlllllfr^lP^ (
LIQUID CURES ECZEMA I nDmbnriu
WHERE SALVES FAIL fi?% UUH
. : , , ' TLe - Xoted Doctor
In regard to- skin diseases, medical &*s&* '^\ " ' 'of <h "*,
authorities are now agreed on this: l&iL'^-:'} r-u, ~"
Don't imprison tlic disease prerms in $B£z£%W - tllne9r ' Empire,
your skin by r the use of greasy salyes, '1 " now or -
and thus encourage them to multiply. , m JkJN^K'Tv 766*768 CJ2V St
A true cure of all eczematous diseases ,: "
ran be brought about only by using the «M^K^»*«i*a san FEANCISCO
healing agents in tho form of a liquid. 0 "^
WASH THE GERMS OUT. bcre«n system i« subject' to. by meioi of
A simple wash: A compound of Oil gS: :^^ffl;ffi?ft^^^^
of Wlntergreen, Thymol, and other 4 n- \u25a0
gredients as combined In the D. D. D. — r~~ — ~ ;—:; — : '\u25a0
Prescription. This penetrates to the 'WlflflUCOTrß O rtlf B «
disease perms and destroys them, then S^H||,HcSTER SPILI S
soothes and heals the skin as nothing V^i^ S^»IAMON»BRAND7f->^
elee has ever done.; iv^Tr^S^ I^od^sl A«k youi>l>rucrl«tfor'V^''
A- 25 cent trial bottle will -.tart the \ MJ^^'S^^^BSfSSiS^-.
cure, and give you instant relief. bbe*.o *c*. «=»i«rf Blue RibboiVv^ ;
The Owl Drug Company. V¥) ** «J £»Ue no other. . Bny of your V !
"T- : : ~ ~ I Iff DUSfoND nRAKD>IU,s; fw SB
' - - ' \u25a0\u25a0 '. A~ - fy J«rskno»nasße<t,Safcit,Alwaysßeliabi«
~~ NEWBRO'S ;\J'\ $()IDBYDRtJGGiS^EVERYWHERE
__^_____^_^^___-_«_____^^_ if '• Jules Gf»nd. 1032 Kearny
F^J^TTT"™ 7~"T"^SiaAls*?7'7*TC 1 I «[S f^^§^ ft., .S. : t., _ am ..Terr slad to 1
KILLS QBRMS U . F . F . i Wf «stlf J; .to th e ,s k m ; of V Dr;,
I |7 W*??2 <-bow Juyan. who cured my
D, _„_ -,II, IIA _ S <**IM°M&»^ wife of paralrsis after she had
iO B Wt Bl l/ IHr l.fl \F ll d?!B!£B£Z&Wsik mauy mouthsin treat-
talnU^~«""OvV:l CBMBaffi>^ afc^t a >lth doctors in thls.c.ty,
CURES DANDRUFF OR MONEY BACK. IVt« v w J\xn. %r w . ?
ALL DRUGGISTS .SELL IT. 1 jIIIuSE^LI?^SSr^AI)iII!j I
THE SAN F R A^GISCO CALL. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1910:
\u2666 ; : — „. . — : \u2666
GIRL PRETENDS. TO
SUFFER FROM POISON
Stomach Pump. Changes Her
Tune at the Hospital
OAKLAND, Nov. 11-. — Elinor Simney,
a 17 year" old girl, was rushed to the
receiving hospital from the . detention
home last night for treatment for poi
soning. "When the stomach pump was
shown, However, she sat up and de
clared that she was all right, but Doc
tor Irwin used It as a precaution, and
the girl was taken back to the home
cured. This morning, she repeated the
story of poisoning, 4>ut the hospital at
taches" believe she *-as shamming. She
ran away from home several weeks ago.
GRAND JURY HEARS
ATTACK ON DALTON
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(flinty Assessor Puts Deputies
on Stand to Deny They
Gave Him Money
OAKLAND, Nov. 11.— Several of the
deputies of the office of County As
sessor Henry P. Dalton werer called be
fore the grand : jury; today to testify
as to whether or not ithad been Dal
ton's practice to levy on them for con
tributions out of . their salaries.
Charges to this effect -were made be
fore the vprimary election of August
by F.rank Shay, formerly one of the
assessor's deputies,' and by Leslie
Blackburn, who was once Dalton's
right hand man.
The testimony was not finished, and
the grand jury will continue the-ih
quiry Tuesday. Frank Shay was one
of today's witnesses, as was Black
burn. Shay reiterated his statement
that he had regularly paid $25 a month
out of his salary lof $125 for ;many
months. The money was given to
Thomas M. Robinson, he said, and it
was understood that It was to go to
Dalton. -Robinson, is Dalton's <!hief
deputy. He was a candidate for county
clerk at the last primary election.
The. rest of the deputies who testi
fied denied that "they had ever given
Dalton any money out of their" salaries,
and said that no .such practice: had
been in vogue in his office. Those who
appeared and testified before the grand
jury were: Lee WellSj H. P. Winegar,
Emanuel George, John Smith and H. E.
Harwood. '."\u25a0'\u25a0 ;
Dalton and Robinson probably will
testify Tuesday. Dalton will also of
fer as witnesses a number of his other
deputies and former deputies to testi
fy that he never, required them to pay
him anything out of their salaries.
Blackburn testified that it .was the
practice in Dalton's . office .for the
deputies to contribute to their, chief's
income and that Shay told him that
he paid Dalton regularly every month.
Blackburn made other. charges
against the county assessor last Au
\u25a0 gust. He declared that he had paid
large sums of money to Daltonin 1902
and 1903, hinting at the time he pub
lished this statement that it was paid
for improper purposes. He gave no
testimony today of this nature, that
could be brought within the statute
of limitations.
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEL
AMERICAN LINE
Plymouth — Cherbourg — Southampton [i
Philadelphia— QueenatOTvn— Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
fSexv York— London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICAN LINE
jVew Vork— London— iParlii— Rotterdam
Via Plymouth and Boulogne-Sur-Mer
; RED STAR LINE
Nerr York— Dover— Antwerp— Part* jjj
WHITE STAR LINE
Xfw York— Qneen«toTrn— Liverpool
K.Y.-PlTmodth-Cherbourit-Southaßiptoß
i Boston— Queenaf own— Liverpool ".
Xctt York and 'Boston "to
RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT
The AioTfi, Sladelra, Gibraltar, AlKlera*
Vlllefranche, Genoa, JVaplea, Alexandria
Romanic... . ..Not. 30 Romanic .....Mar. Id
Canopic .........r»«K\ 7 Cret1c. ...... .1 .Mar.;. 29
Romanic ..Feb. 4 ~
•CKDRIC • (21.035 tons) ..... . Jan. 11. F«b. 22
\u2666CELTIC (20.004 tons).. .Jan. 25. Mar. 8
•Largmt nt earner* to the Mediterranean
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Canadian - Service Mall Steamers
Moutrenl — Quebec— Liverpool i
Weekly Sailings. The Scenic Route to
— -..\u25a0\u25a0." Europe
NEW S. S. LAURENTIC A MEGAXTIC
Largest an 4 Most Modern Steamers oa th« SL
Lawrence. - > -
WEST INDIES CRUISES
Spanish Main— Panama Canal w
i°."r.l S 4S.S. NEW YORK D »U
G. N. KOEPPEL Pastencer Agent Fa«iflo Coaat,
310 Geary street, opposite St. Francis
. - Hotel. Ban Franclaco. ".
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I Ri^ 1 1 ' I I Gibraltar I
North s
\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 Australia.
LlOyd LONDON
'"' ;' Paris, Bremen
I LONDON PAEIS BREMEN I
TUESDAYS THURSDAYS
Expres. Sailing.. i ®&&Ksg^
a. Waßh'on.. Not. 22jPrin« F. W.i Not. 17
K'prlnz Wm., Not. 20 »Roon Not. 24
K. W.. A. Or.. Pec.l 3 *Cassel ..Dec. 1
J O. TVasta'ton., Jan. 3 Fried'h (J. Gr.. Dec. S
• .. .: J 'Bremen direct.
l\.* *• ' SATURDAYS it a. m.
GIBRALTAR. ALGIEKS. NAPLES, GFNO4
-. Uerlln. new. Not. 19 P. Irene..... Dec. 10 : ,
X Albert.. ..Dec. 3 'Berlin, new. .Jan. T
'•fOmlts Algiers. •Omits Gibraltar .
1 and Algiers. "
Wlrelees and submarine Hicnol*. -. . "-"
Independent Arotind-th«- World Tonrt.
Travelers' Cliecks Good All Ot«t tbe World. V
OKLRICHS «fc CO.. Gen. Affta., S B^tray.^.V.
Robert' Capeller G. A. P. C., 250 Powell «t. op-
posite St. Francis hotel, San Francisco. :Tcle- r
phone-rKearny 4794. ..:- . -
FRENCH LINE
CIE. OLE. TBANSATLANTIQUB w
DIRECTLINEJO HAVRE--- PARIS
Sailings Erer/.Tnursday and Saturday. \u25a0 "
La' Lerrain'e..lToT. IT !,» Bretame. .D«e. 1
La Touralni'.NoV. 24 1* Savoia. .'. . .Z)«o. 8 .
f EXTRA. SAILINGS.- / ;
Tbe«e steamers carry one class (II) cabin'
passengers ; only. : . - v.
La Gascogne.Nor. 12 ' Caroline .... Nor, 86
FlorideV...:.NoT. 12 Chicago ...;Nor.l«
FUGAZI BROS.. ..Paclflc Coast Managers,
630 Montgomery street; San Francisco." Cabin '
Office, . CSS Market street.
THE ROYAL MfllL s '^^
.•:-•..!-; : ' Cruises de Luxe .-> :'- ~O_ r .
SEVENTY YEABSV; Experience ™*
the West Indie* Pasienger Trade, >«.:', .
R; Mi S; P. T^i"AVON J ? i*KS
•Jan. 21 (27 days » $140 & un~Feb. IS
. (32,dayn). Sl5O «fcup— - March 25 (19
days); 9R5 & up- ; . \u25a0 ;-,1
The. only Steamer crulslnp In the Went in-
I dips specially constniotea for nerTloe » in 'the.
\u25a0Tropics."^- Weekly Sailings from -New. Pier 42,=
BfiriTiiida-"Cu£a--r Jamaica ife!!;^
; On* Alternate- Saturdays by , West India Mall'
steamers 4 and In terTening Saturdays- by '\u25a0 th"
SANDERSON & SON, 21-24 State St.'f N.V?" ;
-:. 149 La Salle St.; Chica«o.3 : \u25a0 < \u25a0 f -
; THOS.cCOOK & Sons., 689 Ma,rket St.V* S. fF. •
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; ; Canadian '; Pacific Empreis line of Steamer*
•\u25a0ailing | weekly t between Montreal , and Ur«rp«ol. {
Wireless on all eteamers. ?. Ask ' any ticket agest,
or write E. £. PENM, O. A., Palace Hotel" Saa
Francisco. .-..;?,,.-'> \u25a0 : .'-^§^^SSSSgO//Hi
CURE SOUGHT FOR
INFANT DISEASES
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Health Authorities Take Action
to Prevent Epidemic o!
Dreaded Paralysis
OAKLAND, Nov. 11. — To forestall an
epidemic at any time r 6f Infantile par
alysis the- health authorities of Oak
land 'will request^ the ; city council to
pass an ordinance "requiring physicians
to : report 'all cases i\tb the board of
health for quarantine.
Dr. N. K. Foster, medical director of
tho school department, -has- made an
investigation here which proved to hlrn
that several unmistakable . cases ; of the
disease have occurred. "-\u25a0 Several deaths
of children have ' resulted from ;<thei
malady, and In consequence the local
health board is, working to find a
method of successful treatment, as are
doctors throughout country.
'.-''. '^Tfie'se* investigations are being made
by. Dr. Pauline, Nii»baumer, city bac
teriologist, in conjunction with. Dr.
William F. Snow of the state board ot
health: The doctors here realize that
there is no -Immediate danger to the
community and' will prevent any such
peril by quarantine of all cases. The
disease is highly contagious. •
The disease is known to scientists as
anterior - poliomyelltiH. It attacks per
sons under 20 years of age, usually oc
curring In Infancy. 1 The: mortality is
high because no. certain remedy la
known. Jt is to find a treatment by
antitoxin that .the local doctors are
working. \ . ;
§ The malady is prevalent in all parts
of the world, usually in slums and con
gested districts. Its increase is pre
ventable by sanitary regulations.
THIEF XARRIES AWAY
VALUABLE MINK CAPE
BERKELEY, Nov. 11.— A mink fur
cape valued at $300 was stolen from the
home of Captain Marxen while . Mrs.
Marxen • was on a sea voyage. ' Mrs.-
Marxsen said the fur cape was the only
one of its kind in the Country, and be
lieved that it was.taken from her resi
dence at 1706 Dwight way several days
ago.. Entrance to the house was gained
by a skeleton key.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEJU .
SteanHTs leare from Brosd-
, /^S^-^S^. w *y Wbarres (Piers 9 snd
(0./VB&Z&& \A\ Low rate*. Includlns berth
I ( \^bkjOl^ ) I " nd meals.
*. \ Y^ss^LJ Special Round Trip Rates.
V3-N V Jw I<OS AXGELES :
/ \u25a0"-",: j,',_...»A» DIEGO
* SANTA BARBARA
President or Gorernor alternate Mondays. 4 p. m.
•Santa Uosa.... Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
. *Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWXSEXD
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle j for . Southeastern Alaska.
Sfcajrway," B**rson, Fairbanks and all points
on the Ynkon.
President ; or Gorernor alternate Saturdays, 2 p.m.
Queen, Umatllla or City of Puebla alternate
':\u25a0.: Tuesdays, 2 p. m.
/ ! EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
City of Topeka Xot. 14, 19. 24. 29, Dec. 4,.»r
\u0084 14, 19. 24, 20-^ll a. m. .
GUAVMAS, MAZATLAIV, L.A PAZ
ENSENADA," SAN. JOSE DEL CABO
SAN PEDRO. ETC.
Curaca0. ......... ..7tb of each month, 12 m;
LEAVE SEATTLE.
' ALASKA CRUISES 1911
Spokane.June 14, 23; July 12, 26; Aug. 9; 9 p. m.
\u25a0 Right reserred, to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel, 633 'Market.
St., 19 Market St. and Broadway Wharf.
, ' Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— -1120 Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5680.
C. D. DUNANN, General Passenger Agent.
j&Ste. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
|W| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%Or Tehuantepec Route
\u25a0£*iE&r Restilar Fast Freight Service
'NEW YORK TO PACIFIC -COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
\u25a0 sailingr from ; New York every six -day s,
making direct connection with Pacific
steamers - sailing ttom Salina Crux,
Mex.. every six flays for San F*ranclscc%
PACIFIC COAST. PORTB TO NEW
YORK: »Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail-
ings from San Franclßco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN ' & LAPttAM, Gen-
eral Agents. 8 Bridge street. New
York. WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO.,
General Agents, Paclflc Coast!
310 Sansome St., San Francisco
I SEATTLE -TACOMA
' Belllngham, Anacortes, Ererett, Port Town-
send. Victoria, Yancourer • and all Alaska;
! • port?.
S. S. BUCKMAN ..". ......Nor. 12
i 8. S. ADMIRAL, SAMPSON..;... ...--Nor. 18
s. s. Watson . . — ....... .::.... . . .not. 24
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
S. 1 S. ADMtRAI, 8AMP50N. ....... . .Nor. 13
8. 8. WATSON ......................Nor. 18
g..B.'^BUOKMAN-.;.....,.........r.N0T. 24
Alaska* Pacific Steamship Co.
c. -TICKET. OFFICES : ' -
General " Agent's eof flee, ; Howard street
wharf No. 3. Ticket office, 54 Market street
anf1.648 Market street.-', - *
'. Rslllntr* from Howard : street irbarf No.' B.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
i ORIENTAL STEAMSfHIP ; COMPANY
S. fi. Nippon Mam.. ....Tuesday, Nor. 23, • 1910
8. 8. Cniyo-Msru (»ls Man115)....;..V.:..- r---f,\
. . .... ............ . . . : . Taesdsy, Dec. 80, 1910
S. 8. Tenyo Maru. .about. Tuesday,' Jan. 10, 1911
Steamers call from - company's piers, Nos. 42.
44. near foot of Second st., st 1 p. m;, for
Yokohama and Honjrkonr . calling \u25a0st • Honolnlo.
Kobe (Hlogo) and Nagasaki' and Sbangbal and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for Ma-
nila, India. "etc.-: No. cargo recelred on board on
dsy. of sailing. J Bound trip " tickets st reduced
rates. \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0'-..,\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- -'\u25a0 -^ r .•* -\ " ; "•">\u25a0•\u25a0-
For freight and passage apply st*efflce.- 240
James Flood • bnildlng. ;. .' W. H.sAVEET,'' v
, .-\u25a0'\u25a0'.. Assistant General .'Manager.
UNION SMb-op£Ltd.
New TBrough- Passenger Freight Serrlce
". • "Without Change. . ".-..-
SAN FftANCISCO TO -\u25ba WELLINGTONS N., Z.,
' VIA - TAHITI AND RABOTONGA.
S. 8. AORANGI (4,268 tons) sails 2 p. sn., Nor. 16
i 6. 8. MAITAI (8,393 tons);ssils.".v..V....Dec. 14
I gatllngs 28 dsys; connection at , WeUlng-
ton ' and 'Auckland for New C Zealand • ports snd
Australia. -\u25a0 : '\u25a0;*--\u25a0" .si •'. "V. ..-\u25a0-'J-.*:.v .;--'.'- * . \u25a0< - . •
OCEANIC S. S. Co.. General -Agents. SO Clay st.
Ticket ; Office, . 673 Market j st.^Tel." Kearny, 1231.
;; H ft Vfll 111 II s-ts -t- S. Sierra > (10,000 \ tons ;\u25a0 dls-
ilUnULliLU placement) sails 11' a. m.. : Nor. •
12 ?» 1910 Special \u25a0 round . trlp.^ $110, first class.
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND-S. 8.
v \u25a0 \u25a0•: Marlposa ' sails > 11 *a:lm. .> Nor.-i 22. -a •< \u25a0\u25a0' '
Special Tahiti- round* trip..: sl3s. r first « class/.
OCP.ANIO UNB. 873 Market: tel Kearny 1231?
liniini 111 H'S- S." Lurline} (13,000; tons) \ \i\\n
HI Nil 111 noon, l>ec. 7, for Uonoluln and
lIUIIULULU Kahulul. « :-\u25a0-."••-'\u25a0•.: -\u25a0-. "••- '\u25a0•.' \u25a0rr-.-i'- X.: r -v
'. • '; ' g ' s. iwilhelmlna (13,500 tons) » calls nooa.
f?" ;\u25a0-"'\u25a0? Nor. '\u25a0 23," for Honolulu and • Hllo. \u25a0 • Round trip
- 'to Honolulu," ; first - class," $110 and up. \u25a0\u25a0• ' \u25a0
MATSONNAVIOATION CO., "Jrc \u25a0- \u25a0-"*
\ 208,, Market st. - — ' ' "I
FOOTRAT I (tAIVsE
1 \J\J JLUrkJLgL^r yJlTklljLJL*'
Special Ferry Service
\u25a0For the intercollegiate game November 12;
/> 1910, in addition to the regular 20 minute
service, special trains -will nm from Oakland
Pier for Berkeley, "connecting with 1:00, 1:20
and 1:40 p. m. boats from San Francisco.
Special trains will stop at Bancroft Way and
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
•v .. ' . - - ' <r \u25a0 ' .
TTCKET OFFICES i
Flood Building, Palace Hotel and
'Market Street Ferry Depot
-. TRAINS LEAVE AMD ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FKOM OCTO3EJT I. ISI3
- VIA OAKLAND PlER \u25a0.*' VIA COAST UNE
, Lt*T« . (Foot of Ifarkat StrceU Arms L«a?t (Thad aad Townsaad Stnets) Arirn
2.ISa NSet. Trscr, Istbop. a»ckton, t5.35s Loop— Valear* Street. Ocraa Tirr.
Lodi. Qslt,Hk OroTS.&er»meato.. IU8» * Cemeteries. Soath San Fraccae^
8.40 a Haywsrd. N3m. 3aa Joes. 7j08« 23d itreet*. Srd aad Towasend. . . . . . t»-43«
7.00s Richmoai Port Coat*. Benkis, Huaun. 1 8.30s South San Frsncisco. San Jose. GIUO7.
Dixon, 3a«n»ia wto, Rossraia, Hsryt- } 7.28» (Ho«ist«). SsrjenS. Fsja?#. Watjoa- _._
Yfflo. Reddint, Duasmuir.T.... J 10.33? Tffle.Saato Crax......^ ............ 7-SC»
7.00» Qalr*. Vtcsrilla. RuaseT. •"• ?^»» 7.1Q« South 9an Fnscaco, P«io Alto, Saa
7.00» Dans. WoodUnJ (Maryswlls, Oro- Jose. Way Stations. 7.30t
- rflltX Wilisms. Maxwtll, WiUowa, . 7.10* Jl»yfiald, lea /lto», 105 Gtt0t....... I^2t)P
Hiailtoa. Coraiaf. Red Bluff 7.28) 8:001 Shore lin» Lisuttd— Pas> Bcbles
/ 7.40» V*li«j». Nspa, Calls to»^ Sants Ross, HotSprinjs. E*nts Bsrbars, Los
Msrtinw.r?. TV. 6.08p Angries , BJOf
7.40s Aron. S*a Raaon. liTermore BM? BJJSs Tha Coaster-3aa Joie. Psijro (Wat-
7.49« Slit. Ptewtatoa. liTrrmore. Traey. .eatilk. Saata CwsX Castroraie.
Uthroo. Stastfcn . Lodi. Sacrsaenta. 7.25p (Dei Mon!«. Mon t er»y. Psrifie Gr<r»e).
7.43k Trsey. Los Baan«. Kerman. Fresno. 4^Bp \u25a0 SaUoaa. SeltdaA P»«o Robies Eot
B.oot N«»»rk (Ceaterrine). San Jose. Los Spriajs. AU«ador o. San Lois^ Oharow
Oito v ' Wrfcht. Ftfßn (Boeder *»f. (Lmnpoc). Santa Barbara. _
OrseSc). 3»n^ Crui..... 6M9 Ventura. Oxaard, Loa Anxrles 11.48F
8.20t Poet Ooit*. 3J«tiae«, Byron. Trsry. ElOi Mayaeid. Los Altcs. Les Gates, Wrjgkt.
, Stacktaa. Mercei Fresno, Goihen Glan»ood( Boulder Creri), Santa Cns.
Jttaetha (Hsafori, Armou), VissHa. WiusonTilte, Castr c^aie. Dd ileate.
Pbrterrjns.B»kers6eW.... .......... «.4«f Manterey. PseiSo CKrre M 0»
i.2ot Yo»eßit4 Yxlhv '11 Utrad......... 4.48? 9-CO* S*a Jose. GUroy. Salins*. !'»» P.oblss
9.03* Niiss. (3sb,Jo>s). Liranwre. S'.ocktoa Hot Spriazs. Ata sea dero. San Luis
(•ltatoa), VaSlsy Swim, Us*. Bs«sJ Obiipo — Tres Pines — Wstsontills.
msnto 4£B| Saata Cms. Del Moate. Monterey.
J.OOa'Soaors. Tuolunne and Aaxe15........ 4.28| Pacific GroTe 4JJOp
9.00t AtiiQtw Etprejß— Sacramento. Trae- 11140s South Saa Fnnasro, Burlinjaase. Esn
kae. Orlsn, Salt Uu qtr. Dearer, ibteo. Palo Alto. Ssa Jow 3 l*
Bay Point 8.45? 11.30* Vs!«nda Street. Octao Xkr*. CoLas.
10.20* V»!l«;o Mare Islmd, N'5pa. ......;... 11.28* Cemetenw, Baden. Ssn Bruno »-35f
10.20* Ln» Anjates P*«B nger— Port Costs, 1 1.40* South Saa Francisco. San J«e tB.2C«
\u25a0: Martiaej. Byroa. Tracy, Btoekton, 2.00> Del Monts Express— San Jose, G3roy.
Merced. Freino. (H»nford, Cosilogs, Sargsat CR**tsonrille, ganta Crez),
VissliA.) B*'«f*s«ld. Los Anfriss 7.48? ' . Del Hants, Monterey. Pacific Giore.
10.40 a 3*n Ff»aci«ao OrerUad Lisutod— (SaUna*) 12.30f
« Dearer, Kansas City, St Louis, /- Zo3s Soutii Saa Fnaeiseo, Ptio Alto, Saa
Omaift, Chicago 5.23? Jose 8.45s
1120s ShMU limited— Portland. Taeoms, tZOS^ Los Altos. Monts Vista, Los Gates. .. t3.£5»
- Sesttls -0.18? 3.00p South Saa Fraacis co, s*n Mstco. Ssa
IXOQ.i Goldacld Pass.— Port Costa, Eeaici*. Joss. G3ray. Tres Pices. Salicas.... 10.10 a
Sacraaisato. Truekee, Hassn. Ws- 3.00> WsOonriile, Santa Cm. Ca*trorill',
butk* (Yerinzton, Mason), Mins, Del Mant*. Monterey, PseiSc Gro-v . 10.10s
N Tonopah. Goldaetd. Lawa, Keelsr.... 7.48s 3.18> SaatsCUrs. VTest Sen Jose. Lcs Ga too,
flOOn Marysr ills. Chico. Rad Bluff 4.28p Wrkht. ( BoulJcr Creek). Sa ni a Crux. lOJJQI
1.20? Niles. Irriajtoa, San Jose. 2.48? 4.C0? Suawt uprrss — Tutpcn, ftenunz.
1.40? Sin I^andro,' CenterrSls,/ 9Ca» £3 Paso. EonstAn. Kew Orirsns,
NTB-rark.N T 8-rark. Sai Jok I 7.28? ' ?»*> Robies Hot Sprints, AUsraderoi
2.00? KeT&rk, San Jsse. Los Gates. Wright, Saa Luis Obispo, Sants Barbara and
Feltan (Bod de r Creek), Saata Cms.. 9.58? LosAazei?* - 10.55*
2.40? San Lsandro, Ndes. Saa Jose. ft2Bs 4.00? Kaaaa* City, St Louis, Chieaja 10.58s
3.00p Beaicla. MTiaters. Siersßento— Wood- 4^os South San Francisco. £sn Jose 19X0*
land. K-.ijits Lindlng. Tudor. Yubs t5.U5? B'irlinsiffie. Sitn Uiteo, Psio Alto.
City, Msrysrills 1048s San Joes and Way Stations.;.-. 9.45s
3.20p Port Coita (Stockton). Jlartines. t^2of Redwood. Palo Alro. tan J05e...!.... l»0*o
Byron. Modesto. Msrced. Fresno.. 12.03? t5.23? Loi? Altos. Mnnta Virta, Lr» Gates... t3.25a
3.43? Via SaussJito, West Nspa, St Helens. t5.25? Ihuliosaaie. San Jlatto. Ssn Jcse. 3.25?
Calistoja 1035 a t5-30p Loop— VaJeaci* -Strtet, o«an View.
AMp Vallsjo, Naps, Calistogs. Sants Ross, Ce-neteriea. Sonti San Francisco.
Martines. Sin Ramon. Lirermore... 9.2E3 23d Street. 3d and Towniend +B.^o^
4.00s Nttss (Claterrflle. Newsrk), Urer-I lO2Bs 5.4 C? Saa Bran*. S«b Mat». Redwood, Palo fl7 255.
more. Tracy. Stockton. Lodi \ 11.18? Alta. Ssa t* Qars. Saa Jose \ 7.35s
*Mp Saa Leandro. Hayward, Nfles, Plea*. - ti4o» Us Altos, Los Gatos J9.45s
' I snton, Lirermore, Tracy, Newman, ' i&QOp Jlillhras. Ssa Ms tea, Psio Alto. May-
Kermaa, Frssno 11.13? fieM. Los .\JtoA tosGato?... .... faCOs
8.00? Vallejo. Port Costs, Benicia. Ssers- tBi»p 23d Street, \lsitAelon. South San
tnenta. Lincoln. MarrsrHle. Oroville. 11.28* Frsnciseo. Valencia Ftreet Ti.lf*
6.00p Dsris. Woodland. Yolo. Arbuckle,/ 2.48? 8^0» South Sao Fran cisco. San Joie 5.45?
Williaat, Coluss Junction. Willows \ 823p BXOf The Lark— Psso Pafc!es Hot Sprinjs.
5.00p Russell. Ssa Jose. Los Gates...- a2Ba S»nts Barbara, los Aafrfcs 9.30s
550t Saa Leandro. Niles, Esn Jose. # * 7.48 a 8.05s Los AnsriesPa«sen xer— Gilroy.EalJnss.
B.oos Owl Limited— Los Angles 1&08* PsaoßoWe* Eat iprr.zt. Ataseadero.
B.4op'Eastern Express— Osden, Pueblo, De- *" San Luis Obspo, Santa Earbars and
rer. Kansas Qtr. St. Louis. Chieaio. Los AogsJef BJC*
Port Costa, Benicia. fiaersajento. \u25a0• - !o.oop Ess Jcaeaad Way Etstlasa 7.2 C»
Truckee, (Uke Tthoe). Reno. Spark* a2B» 1 1.43» Souta Saa Franesseo. Ptlo Alto. San J 7.«5s
8.40p Hayward, Nfles and Ban Jose... GABf . Joss tJIO.SC>
J7J3O? VaUejo. Port Costs. Martiass. B*r
Point sad Way Stations. J 11.18? LOCAL FERRY TRAIHS-Vta Oaklsnd Pier.
\u25a0\u25a0 7M9^SSSA-£S. Lafe.Ste'fkte^ IZ4B, T. Osklsnd. Byk^sy. B^ryn»a. Ea« Oaklsn. .««
8.20p oCn ExVe^Ds^^crsmnS); r rnrit«to-Ds3r-Froa CM s.m.. sod wr t*nt,
Wniows. Reddim. Adud. PMtlsna. ; »»««« £>*,?£ f* IB * I 2?« * a l^k UO l
Tacoma. Seattle. Epoksne. * 108* u00 « "-^ V-*- i2M « a «*
? 9J»p Chlas snd Japsn Fast Mafl-Orien. . Lasja.
, Cheyenne. Dearer. Esassa City, To Sathsr ta< HsVote vis Ssvsnth St.— DsJy— From
Onwhi. Chicago 2.45? 8.00 sjbl. and, erery twroty ninntes uatil 7.C0 p.wi
9JOOp Port Costa, Benicis, Sacrsmento, W» iaciuare. thea 7.<0. BJB. B.CO, 9.« X IOJa 11.0.
fax. Truekee, Reno 10.08* *ndlL4opjn.
9 -*°* SS^Fioi?^*"* UaDU^ BL2«s T. Stcnrtwtt-Daflr Except ftmday-CCO. 7.00. B.CO.
9.40p MehSSai Ptort" *Cos^'*'i^cV; M^ »•«> Vfe 2^ 3CC - I( fJ-°?^^^ ia i^lS r
desto, Merced, Fresno. Haaford, ealT 9 -°° *>M * jn - LCa iOO. 3100. 400u SXO.
. Coslinzs, Vlsilla. Tulars 8.28s -s.4Opja.
0.40p Hunter's Train— Saturday only. Ssa fa Oaklsnd First St.. Frultvsls, AUnsds. vis Hsrisshos
Jose snd Way Stations .........*... J7.48? —Daay— From tiCQ, 8.20 ajc. aad erery twenty
1 1. 40p Portland Express — Sacramento, Marys- minutes Bnt2 &i 0 a.n. inelusire; then 9.C0, 0 20.
. raie,Redßful.Weed,(KlamathF*U»). 10.00s. lttSD. HXa 11.20 sjn.. 12m., 12L20 ,1.C0. l.ro.
/ - Ashland, Roseburg, Portland, Taeo- 2.00, 2.20 L I.CO*. 1.20, SHO pun. sad erery ftnty
ma, Seattle. 1228? mhmtesontil 7 pjn. tcrhzsirt; 7.M. 120. 9.(XX 9.40.
\u25a0 * .-\u25a0 W.M. 11.C0 «nd 11.40 pjn.. 12.20 snd 1.30 sjb.
KETHERLAND'SaOUTC-Frem Piciflo Strjit Wharf. Addi'ioaai traia to Chiliad First St. 2.15 a ja.
ColltnsTllle. Emmston. Rio Visls, Isieton. Ryde. Wai- _v . j.~ m . , r. t - » - . - \
nutOrore, Verdea. Caurtlsnd. a*rksbu.-«. Sacraaeato. Ts Wut B*rtslsy-Da2y Exwpt Sunday-Fran 600
Stwmsr M»v*Jo, leares Saa FrsnciecoB.oo s, bl dally *:*- *** eT«7 f* o^ mtcutes wstiliiM sjb. odu-
exespt Sundsy, stoppiaj at points shown, arrtrlng Bso ««: **»\u25a0 9- 00 »«• •«* ctot kour uctil 100 pjn.
ramento 6:00 p.m. Leares feicrameato 9*o pan. dally ad :f l JSJ, thea I- 20 , *"• *?d? d V^7 *"**%£**)£
except Sunday (no stops sa routs), arririn* Sin Ftan- ™£ ?M V:™-*?™!* theß I-ff -R"- 82X 9Ca «
eUeo3.-00s.rn* - 9.40. lttSO, 11.00, IUO pjn. and 12^0 sjb.
nm'^-^fiJSSa^I&ft&ASHS Tt Wwt Bsrk^-Scnday, rary-Ftom COO «.;
p.m. Daily, except Sunday. arnrrBsn Frsarfs» 11.30 thea 700> 7:40t g.^ 9J fo MA irdnsire; then 9.20-
P' m- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 .\u25a0 -• ' ' 7^ sjn. and erery twea^r miantes 7.00 p.m. indusird:
n .^. ...«. u .»^». P t-» BU P - 1 — 7 --*0" P- 13 - B^°- 9 -°°» 9 -* O. 10.20. 11.C0, IL4O
OAKLAND HAR3OR FERRY— From Un Francisco, „_ -aJ Ilti ajn.
Market Street Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from 6.C0 -
a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sundays— 8.45. 5.15. 9.45. 11.15 Ts Cortln— Ds3y Except Sods/— Freta B.DOsja. sad
s.m.. 1143.2.15.1*5.5.15.8.45, s. 15 and 9.45 p.o. erery 20 minutes until 8.20 a.m. industa. t&en
_ 9.00, IaCO s.m^ 12.C0 au I.OOt 2JOO, UO. 4.CQ. 1%
tOCAL FCTRYTRAJIIS-VUAltrattoPw. 4.40. iOO, 5.20.5.40 snd M 0 pjn.
To OMtni and Alimeds— ff.lo, tt.4A a.c, ssd then T« Cartin— Sundays only— Fxin t.CO sjb. taea 9.C0
'i O .^i 4 ??^^,^^, e^f uruatll J 7^. p .- 1B - :tiiea »Ja. 9 JO sjtu sad rrery twenty miustss aatlt
i 8.10, 9.15. 10.00. 10.45, 11.30 pjn. snd IXIS sjb. 6XO pjn
Ts Alsmmts snd Frultvtl. vis Hcneshoe urns ss sbevs. T , ,^ R ieh™j a i.Momaa-&Co«».i4op ! n UOpm.
• t for lloraiat. p for Afternoon. , t Sunday txcepted. \u25a0\u25a0
.; t Suaday only. § Saturday and Sunday anly. ' , Union Transfer Co. aatborised t» cheek Bsx^ss
aSunday sad Monday only. A ! direct from residence.
/^^^v Schedule Effective
p^Sx) November 1, 1910
VSaLrtj/ UXION* FERRY DESPOT
... San Francisco .
Leavef VU~Bausalito \ Arrive
7:45 a Petaluma.*. Santa Rosa. Uealds-
-bur*.. Clo»erdale, Ukiah. Wll-
' llts, fShsrwood. i •GneraeTllle,
•Monte Elo, •Duncan . Mills.
Sebastopol... ••• li § : 2s p
8:15 a ••Sonoma, ••Glen E11en.... f5:35 p
8:16 a Pt. Keyes. Camp Meeker, Caia- .
der0......... .f«:33p
JB:43a PeUluma. Santa- Rosa. : Bealds-
\u25a0 ; -. bnre. ' \u25a0 Clorerdale. GuernerUle, i
" Mont« Hlo. Duncan Mi 11 5.... t":3sp
10:45 s Petalinna; Sants Rosa. . ..... 4:35 p
12:45 p Pt. R«y«s. Camp Meeker (leares -
i .^ from Caiader0i.... ............ J«:osp
3:15 p Petaluma. . Santa - Rosa. Healds-
bdxK. ClOTerdale, Cklai, Ooer-
• - neTllle.- Monte • Rio. Duncan
' '\u25a0:".' 'Mills.^Sebastopol '.11:05s
4:45 p Sonomar»Glen E11en....... 9:25 a
5dS r Petalnma.' Santa R0««. .....:.... S:tsa
i ELECTBIO STJBTTRBAN VIA i SAUSALITO
Sa^»Jano^ Mill Y^Uey. s *° B*f »ei — DaUy
every 30 minutes from 6:45 a. m. .until . 9:45
a>m.; hourlyuntll 2:45 p., m. (except tl» 2:45
p ,m does -not run to San Rafael on Sundays),
then 3-15 p. m. and erery 30 minutes until 6:45
om' then 7:45. 8:45 d. m. and 12:01 a. m.
.\u25a0Fairfax— Leares . t«:45. ;.t7:15. ~8:15. 8:45.
»-45 10:45. 11:45 a.m.. 12:45, 1:45, 2:45. 3:15.
3:45. 4 :is: 4:45. 5:15. 5:45.-6:15. 6:43. T:45.
0:45 p. m.. J12:01 a. m. •- - \u25a0••"_-\u25a0 , -
i Ssndventin'via San Rafael— B:4s a. b».. 1:45
p -m.," > iS:4S : p."m.~--- "" - ' '" . .*; .-\u25a0-\u25a0"\u25a0 \u0084 '.i "•:
i •- •\u25a0*• Tiburon aad BelTedere, tls SiusaJito— Week
'days: ft:4s. 7:45,. 5:4u, 19:30 a: m.,: 12:45. 3:15,
! 4:15; 5:15, 6:15 p. m., 1512:01 a. m. Sundays — '
! 6:45. 7:45. 8:45, 19:30. 10:45. 11:43 a. m., 1i:45.
1:45.-3:15. 4:15. 5:15. «:15. p. m.; 12:01 s. m. .
\u25a0I "Sondays arrire .7:35 p.- m. ."- ••Sundays srri»e
7:05 : p. ; m. . -. : tExcept: Sundays. JSundays only.
ISa turd ays only. .* ITiburon direct. ' 1 |Tbursd*ys
only. i«i MWUMMQM?Hn(!MMHBM4sManCIM%Mq
-\u25a0*> Pacific * transfer -cwnpauy's - ajrents \u25a0 sr« i author-
ized to check baggage direct from residence. >
MUIE WOODS jtf^bk
MT. TAMALPAIS^^^
VIA S:.USAUTO FERRY
UNION SEPOT, FOOT OF KARK&T STREET Var
Bsand Trig tram San Francisco, St.3o V
jT.tu fmsßtt - UMalrlMfa t». Tuatalt
3:45« I:45« t 7:2oti 11:30 a 7:20» 10:40 a
f:45» -S:4sa 1:19^12:50? 1:40? 11:40s
* 4:45p 10:45s J:4op VM? 4:45p 1:40»
....:. 11:42* 4.50F 2:50s • 3:00p 2:40»
..'.:.'. 1:45r ...... 3:50? -3:48s
2:#sf ..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0{ 4:40 p.....I 4:40»
•Saturdays. t Mondays. «i Mt. T«jaal?»i« oaly. -
tj-w* rMß—iSaasslito Ferry— TeL Kearny 4550
Ticket OC«s } Market— tel. DoagJas 4407 * .
G«nersl OSce— Mill VaUey. California. Tel. Mill ViHey 31
"Tmn if laaiijils" iH "Miir in" in ai* m iiu fir psaj
OCEAN SHOJttE RAILWAY
F. 8. Stratton. KecelTer. Depot 12ta aad Mlj»loa
Lear* San Francisco— •» a. ra.. 3:20 p. sa.
Lea re Arleta— 6:lo a. ».. t1:35. :2:25 p. m.
Lear* TuniUs Ol«a— tl:30. t2:0O p. m.
•Stac* for San GreßOrto aad Peacadero.
All- trains daUy . «xeept tw«* «Uys oary:
tSandays only. / ' "
BAY AAD IXTERIHtBAJf ROUTES
ISJpA'wiAEir-Ronfp
Mareldind JfavyYarSTC'aiieJo, NiwuiZfleirt a
Boots leave 7:00, 9:43 a. m . 1 2^30, 3:20,
e:OO. BJO p- ra. Meals • U Cart*. . *
pock and office, Nona End ferry ftsCdlaA
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