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VESSELS BUFFETED
BY RAGING SEAS
Transport Logan Delayed by the
Same Storm Which Bat
tered Nippon Maru
EPORTING a pas
sage as stormy as
that entered in the
log of the Xtppon
Maru which arrived
Saturdaj' morning,
the army transport
Logan, Captain
Stinson, came into
port yesterJay, Just
24 "hours after the
Japanese liner.
Off the coast of
Japan, where tbe
Nippon was caught
in a fierce gale, the
Logan encountered
the same blow, and
for two days the
troopship battled
• with the high seas
and the passengers and crew were
aw.?d by a terrific electrical storm
which drove the wireless operator from
h!s post and made the more timid, on
board fear that the transport was
Nf-unJ for the bottom. Bolts of light
ning came frn-n the skies in every di
rection as though the ship was the ob
s^ct of a bombardment from the heav
ens The s*>a continued rousrh for a
Fts^fcrce 01 da5S after the St ° Vm 6pent
Wave* Wash Deck.
Two days eff the Golden Gate the
Lopran encountered a nrone south
soiijheasr wind which developed into a
jrale winch tossed the big transport
about and kept the lower decks contin
ually awash. Several heavy combers
liooJed a number of the cabins on the
nrst and second decks, but no serious
.lamajre was done. As the result of the
two storms the Logan came in one day
Among the passengers arriving- on
it , L^ 811 v 'as Lieutenant M. B. Bow
d!s!i, Seventh cavalry, who has been in
charge. of tiie government coal lands
on the island of Bataaon. Quarter
master 7. B. Aloshire of the department
or California returned from a tour of
inspection of the government stores in
tn* Hawaiian islands, as wen as 600
enlisted men. a number of prisoners
nnd Jischarged soldiers. J. B. Cooley
a secret" service operator- in th<? em
ploy of the Philippine government,
came to obtain papers for the extra
iiitK.n of D. H. Ward, wanted at
Manila as an embezzler. P. X Frear
brother of Governor Frear of Hawaii,
was also aboard.
Many Paxsenger* Aboard
Among those who returned are:
TP.OM MANILA »
Dr. Florentine Amjiil. employee insular pot-
P;di«ent; John K. Bauer, clerk, quartermaster's
J*-prrrmfnt: Hozier C- Bayly, first lieutenant
nic-dwi o<,rps; K. c. Berkeley, oaptaln United
Mates marine oorps: H. A. BordnPr, employe
j-suiar and wife; m. B. Bowdish.
first lieutenant Seventh cavalry; -Miss Ruth W.
B«X*8. daughter paymaster United States
b«tx: Israel F. Co«ei!o, captain Philippine
s^mis: Henry 3. Castle?. *>«cond lieutenant
Hitlipplne Scouts, and f«mily: Mrs. James \V
Qlntoa. wife captain Twelfth infantry, and
: J. B. Cnoley. employe insular poTern-
Ri'-nt: largo M. Crowe, ton employe Insular
COTcrnmcnt,
I*. J. Pitn<:nicion*. employe Insular porern
!«•\u25a0«. ;nd wife; -Joha Fuldner. superintendent
nir«i Stairs imrial corps: Miss <}. B. Gll-
Ktrmp; N. E. Cor ton. employe insular frovern
nient; Miss Louise IL Uutberlet; Jack Hamil
!<>n. naploye insular government; E. A. Horn-
Inir. fcrst lieutenant Philippine Constabulary-
Jona W. Hensley. clerk adjutant peneral's
d-;iKrtcient: Mary A. Klinefelter. employe in-
Bnlar orerDTaent .- John E. Loskot. olerkquar
t^rm;ister'B department; Mrs. H. J. McKenney.
«:fe lieutenant Fourteenth oavalry. and daujth
•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: Mi-k. William T. NoJtlng, Vlfe employe
lamur trurernment : T. H. Normand. *
Mr*. J. K. farsons. wife captain Twentieth
[nZaatrr; Hiram A. Philips, fic.«t lioatenant i
DMdloU corps: Mr*. Charles U Pitney, wife i
-aptain Pbilippine Scnutt:: Major J. n." Porter. !
Judt» advocete; F. E. Sidtnan. first lieutenant
Twelfth cavalry. B nd ftSnily; Matt H. Signor.
Uenteaast rommandT \u25a0 I'nited States nary;
Arthur L. Smith and wife; Thomas B. Smith;
I tulip G. Stf-rne. clerk quartermaster's depart
ment: Henry B. Wes-ton. firct lieutenant
M. R. < .. and family; Mi«=s Marie Uiordan,
army rjui>e corps. S
FROM NAGASAKI
Mrs. K. T. Bull, wife of second lieutenant
Thirteenth cavalry, and dsuthtcr: Miss Jane
A. IWann. siij.erlr.tendent army nurse corps;
Miw Adele 1. Hnyne, Filter of raptaln of
T«<lfth cavalry; Miss Maude B. Kee. army
DqrK cr.rps; .fol-.n J. Kintman, ttr»t lieutenant
<f><-ps cf •>ncineers: Oarfield 1,. McKinney. first
li'-rsfnount medical c<-Tpp and family: Edwin
It. Stuart, tnajor corps of engineers, 'and wife;
i'liarlcii a. Williams, eolont-l Tvrenty-flrst in
fantry, and wife.
FROM- HONOLt'LU
•T. B. A)»-»hire. quartermaKter general V. S.
.srray; S. A. Anthony, clerk encinper's depart
m<"-m. and family; George niakelv. major C.
A. C.. icspector peneml. department of Cali
forcis: Mrs. F. I). Buckley, wife of clerk
of *-u!*iftence department: ' William L. Burch
rj'ld. first lieutenant T\ S. marine corps; Mrs.
Msrs-ton Campbel!. wife of territorial employe;
A. J. Derby. territorial employe; p. *N\
Fr*ar. t^rritorinl employe; Mr«. Mabel <\ Ore-
CAry. territorial employe. !uid dat]jc»itcr: John
P. Jlains. major paymaster. I.'. S. army: Mrs.
rranf^*<-g Lsupblin and rtaughtrr: Mrs.* B. 11.
Msrsb. terriu>rial employe, mother and rw,
T. Neide. payEssters clerk, V. S. army: J.
M. O'Conn'->r. sub-insjiector. navy d»pßrtn»<Mit :
P. 11. BbMMsa, lifutenart Fifth cayslry; Miss
l.'llian Tincley. territorial employe, and Harry
B. Vau^liun, f-f-eond i!>utenaJJt C. A. C.
Fire Tielaytt' Abeaarnia
The Knsmoa tramp steamer Abes
k? nia. which wa:- due to sail almost a
w^ek a go, is Btill in port and probably
yriu not put to F?a until tomorrow or
tlio next day. While the officials of the
Kosmos company and the officers and
crew deny the fact, fire started-in the
hold of the vessel while it was taking
fi car.go of bailey a t Port Costa, and
it took two day? of hard fighting
\u2666>f the officers and crew to extinguish
the flames. jtaraage was confined en
tire^' to The cargo.
Damarn Brought $22,500
The British steamer Damara, which
run on the Fort point rocks a month
ago and which Is now at Hunters point
drydock, is said to have been sold for
$22,500. The Matson navigation com
pany is the reported purchased. The
Damara was built at a cost of $250,000
at Glasgow and was in service a little
more than six months when wrecked.
The deal is gossip in shipping circles,
;js the Matson company sails only ships
of American registry, and the. Damara
can not become an American ship un
der the law. It was rumored yesterday
that the Damara was bought by the
Matsbn company- for the Union" iron
works. The iron works, the rumor
«ik). will repair \he Damara and pell
it to some company operating out of
this port under the British flag — prou
ably the Robert Dollar company.
For the first time since going Into
drydock the Damara was afloat again
yesterday. The fteamer's battered bot
tom was equipped with soft patches and
sfiiJed from the dock to make room for
the tramp steamer Riverdale, jwhlch is
laid, up for repairs.. Later the Damara
was placed in the small dock.
WUholraica Due Tomorrow
The Matson liner Wilhelmina, Captain
Johnson, js due to arrive from Honolulu
tomorrow with a full list of passengerß
and a heavy cargo of island products.
Returning on the Wilhelmina iß*t3en
eral Charles Bliss, U. S. A., who has
been making a. detailed inspection of
the government force iothe islands. As
the "vTilhelmina stands a good chance
to run into the same storm which de
layed the Nippon Maru and thejxigan.
It is possible that it may arrive a few
hours behind schedule.
Water Front Xote»
The steamer Governor, Captain Jep
sen. arrived late yesterday afternoon
from Seattle, with a-passexsger list of
150 and a general cargo of merchandise.
Private Wire — Xctt VorU, Ckleesfo
Western Union .Code
J.C. WILSON
MEMBER
STEW YORK STOCK BXCHAXGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB
THE STOCK AND BOXD EXCHA.\GE
SAX ERAXCISCO
Matu Office, Mill* Bldir, San Franclifo
Branch Office*— Palace Hotel (main
rorridor), San Frand*co; Hotel Alexan-
txia, Los Ancclf*. Cal. \u25a0
CorntpoDdrati — Harris, WlntUrop &
Co., New York, Chicagro, London and
Purl*. <
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Officers of the Governor report unfa
vorable weather coming down tne
The demand for cement on Puget
sound is increasing. The bark Annie
Johnson. Captain Page, left yesterday
with a cargo of cement for Portland in
tow of the tug Dauntless. Within the
next few days a nubmer of other barges
and sailing ships are due to load
cement for the sound. .
The steamer Olson and Mahony lert
Ancon Saturday for this port. .*
Advices from Las Palmas tell of the
Failing of the British steamer St.
Ronald for'this port last Friday.
By United IVlrele**
Sunday, November 13.
STEAMER SIERRA— Nov. 12. j* p. m.. ,104
miles off San FrsncUco: hence todsy for Hono
lulu: strong northwest wind: rough pea; bar
ometer 30.15. temperature 52.
STEAMER GOVERNOR— From Seattle, for San
Fram-isco: Nov. 13. 8 a. m.. off Point
Arena: expect to arrive at San Fronclsco
about 3 p. in.
STEAMER COLONEL -E. L. DRAKE- With
barge Ninety-one In tow. Nov. 12, < .30 n. m.,
"off Cape Blanco, bound to Seattle. |
STEAMER SIBERIA— From China and Japan.
Tin Honolulu, for San Francisco: Nov. 1...8
p m 2 027 miles from San Francisco; all
well. ' \u25a0
STEAMER KOREA— Hence Nov. S. for Hono
lulu. China and Japan: Nov. 12. S p. m,. 1.500
cillo* from San Francisco; moderate southeast
\u25a0 wiuds; all well.
STEAMER \u25a0 MARIPOSA— From Tahiti, for San
Francisco: Nov. 12. 8 p. m..« 772 miles from
San Francisco: north northeast winds; rougn
sea: barometer 30.13, temperature 64; all
Veil.
STEAMER SANTA MARIA— From Port San
Luis, for Kahulul; Kir. 12. S p. m.. 310 miles
from Port San Luis; strong northwest winds;
heavy sea.
STEAMER ARGYLE— Not. 13. at 8 p. m., off
Yaquina heads; fine weather; northeast wind;
smooth sea; barometer 30.13, temperature 50.
STEAMER WHITHER— At 7p. m.. Nov. 13,
off Santa Barabara; weather clear; light west
orlr wind and sea; barometer 29.89, tempera-
ture 50.
STEAMER ATLAS— Nov. 13, with barge 03 in
tow. left Point Orient at 4 p. m., bound north.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF. MARKET STREET
Pier 3 WashinctonjPlor 17 Union 1
p|o r 3 Jack«oo!Pler 19 Union 2
pier 7 Pacific Pier 21 > Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway l|Pler 23 Greenwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2iPicr 25 Greenwich I
Pier 13 ValleJoiPlrr 27 Lombard
Pier 15 GreeniPiPr 51 Powell
SOCTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 4 Mission 2|Pier 2S Main
Pior 6 Howard llPier 34 . / Beale
Pier 8. Howard 2>Pler 38 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3 Pier 38 First
Pier 12 Folsom 1 1 Pier 401 . -
Pier 14 Folsom 2iPier 42 \ P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier 10 Harrison Pier 44 J
Pier 20 Steuart Pier 34 Fourth
Pier 24 Spear , .
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE I
From I Steamer ,| Date
C'oquille River LFlfield Not. 14
Manila & Honolulu. ..|L*SA. T. Logan. Nov. 14
Portland & Astoria ....JKUmath Not. 14
San Pedro IJ. B. "Stetson. .. Nov. 14
Run Pedro IHanalei ...T... Nov. 14
Ean Diego & Way Port6lSanta Rosa .... >ov. 14
Tahiti IMariposa ......Nov. 14
Grays Harbor Newburg Nov. 14
Honolulu Wilholmina ....Nov. 15
Khl. Cruz via S. Diego. Pleiades Nov. 15
Humboldt ..'. Santa Clara ... Nov. 16
Seattle & Tacoma..... Watson Nov. 16
Portland & Astoria Beaver Not. 16
Gray* Harbor Chehalis Not. 16
San Pdero Rose City ..... Nov. 16
San Pedro Ad. Sampson... Not. 18
Humboldt City of Topeka. Nov. 17
San Pedro Santa Monica. .. Not. 17
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno Nov. 17
San Dieso & San PedrolG. W. Elder... Nov. 1^
Grays Harbor ...... IXorwood Nov. 1.
China & Japan . (Siberia •••••••• J OT - If
Puget Sound Ports City of Puebla. Not. 18
?an Diego & Way Ports Governor Nov. IS
Hamburg & Way Ports Setos .......... Nov. 19
roofi Bay M- F. Plant... Nov. 19
•Portland & Astoria Roanoke ....... Not. 19
New York via Ancon... City of Sydney. Nov. 20
Puget Sound Ports... 5 ... President | Nov. 20
* ~~ ' TO SAIL / . ~"
Date I Steamer { Destination 1 Sails 'Pier
Soy. 14iRflvalll ....... j Humboldt .. 2 pml 27
Nov. HiKlnmath ..;...|Los Angeles. 1 pm ol
Nov. 14iM. F. Plant... Coos Bay 3pm S
Vov. 14| Vanguard Humboldt .. I pm 10
Nov. l4jCity of Topeka. Humboldt .. II am| 11
Sot. 14 ! Governor Ban Diego... 4pm »
Not. ir.jCsrlos Los Angeles. 4 pm 19
Nov. l.'.!Ftfield ....... I Coquille Rlv. 5 pm 10
Nov. 15JJ. B. Stetson.. Portland ... 12 m 39
Not. l.'lPennsj-Ivania... Ancon direct. 12 m 42
Not. 15|P«»ru Ancon 12 m 4-
Nov. 15! Queen iPnget Sound. 2pm n
Nov. 1.-.lHanalei ....... ]lx>s Angeles. 3 pm 10
Nov. lOiHoqulam I Portland ... 5 i»m
Nov. l6!Brooklyn ......TPoint Arena. 4pm 4
Nov. 161Redondo lHoo« Bur 4 pra 19
Nov. 16!S*a Foam Point Arena. 4 i>m '4
Nov. lO'Aorangi Wellington-. 2 i>m 21
Nov. l«iM«sioan SaUiw (,'ruz.. 10 am 27
Nov. l«! Coos Bay ..... San Pedro... 5 pm 11
Nov. lOirhehalls ...... Ixs Angeles \u0084.
Nov. UiNorwood ll.os Angeles. 2 pm ....
Nov. 17'Sacfa Uosa. .. . 'San Dleco. .. 11 «m O
Xov I7]llose City Portland — 12 m 40
1 N'ov Js!Ad. Sampson... I»uget Sound. 1 pm 10
Nov. lSlNewnurg Grays Harbrj 8 pm 21
Not II^SG. W. Elder... Portland ... 30 am 13
Not i^ißeaver ... Lo« Angeles. 9 am 40
Nov. l£|W»tKon ••• Ixjs Angeles. 10 am 40
Nov. 10'OoTernor '. . Pupet Sound. 2pm 9
Nov 19'RoanokP .... ..|Los Angeles. 7 pm 13
Nov. l»| Nome City jPortland ... 5 pm 27
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Ueftinatlon | , Steamer | Date
Skiigway &. Way I'orts.|Humboldt JNov. 14
SVasrway & Way ports. Senator Nov. 14
Valdez k Sftvard IVietoria Nov. lfi
Sewsrd & War Ports,. | Bertha |Nov. 20
f«un. .Moon nnd Tlrto
Tnlted States coast and peodetic survey — Time
and height* of tides at Fort Toint. For city
front (Mission street wharf (odd 23 mlnutCP.
~ .VOXDAV. XOVEMBER 14
Sun rises • " " 2 : Ra
Sun wts .......3:00
Moon pets •\u25a0** «• m-
Full moon Not; 18, -at 4:lft p. m.
I/SRt quarter m00n .... . . X«*t. \u25a0 23. at 10:04 a. m.
Timel ITime ITirte ITime \u25a0
XoT . IFt I Ft | Ft :Ft
. \U \V\ \u25a0 IH W( [I, W| -(ll
A. 2&. I I". M.
14 I "-3T.1 1 4! fi:s«] S.R 3:22| - 0.51 fl:sH| 4.X
15" 3 : 20 i 1.7| J>:32| 0.1 4:10J— 0.2|10:55| 4.8
1«"| 4-0» ' 2.0110:121 R. 3 4:sT|— O.ft 11:57 4.8
17-4:55 2.5)10:52 0.4 5:47|— 1.2 ..:.......
1H W ll* Wl H W| L W|
15 1 100 4.71 5:40 V^-fl 11:32 c.3 fi:4o ( — 1.4
lft'i •» : 05 4.5 6:30 .1.2I12:1« fi.2 "7:32 — 1..".
2<t" 3:10 4.5| 7:2r. 3.3 1:04 5.0 8:25—1.0
"1 4-I.'. 4.r.| &:30 3.C 2:00 T..0 0:22—0.7
it. S. Branch Hydrogrnphle Office
X branch of the United States hydrograpnlc
office, located in the Merchants' Kschanpe, ( is
maintained in San Francieeo for the benefit »f
mariner* without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators nre cordifllly invited to
visit the office, where complete nets of charts
aad eaHlns directions of the world are kept, at
hand for comparison and reference and the
latest information can always !*• obtained re
pnr«lin<r Ushts. dsnjters to naripatlon and mat
ters of interest to ocean ««"««*•,-.._;_.
Lloeteniint, U. S. X., in Charge.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
ASTOHIA. Not. 13.— Steamer Breakwater ar
rived this morning from Coo« bay with freight
and paspenper* for Portland and proceeded. /.
Steamer Falcon, -with a general cargo for
ATLANTIC OCEAX TRAVEL
FRENCH LINE
CIE. GLE. TBAXSATLANTIQUE
DIRECTLINE TO BAYRE —PARIS
Saillncs Every Ttursday and Saturday. :
La Lcrraine^Nov/ni La Breta»n».'.Deo. I.
La Touralne.Nor. 24**| . La SaroU Dec 8
\u25a0] •Vbitba" sailing's.
Tn w uteamers carry one class (II) cabin
paesencers only. : \.V. '
La Oaacogne.2fOT. 13 Caroliae ... .Not. 26
•florid* .....Kot. 12 Chicago ....Nov. 26
FUGAZI BROS.. Pacific Coast Managers.
630 Mont eotnery street. San ' Francisco. Cabin
Office. CSS Market street.
THE SAN FRANGISGO CAI^L; MONDAY^ NO
eastern states, sailed this morning for San Fran
cisco. , '.- :
Steamer Nome. City, with a cargo of lumber
for San Francisco, crossed out: this, morning.
Kteamer Nehnlom arrived here this- morning
from San Francisco and will load lumber for San
Pedro.
Norwegian steamer Elr. • witti "a full cargo of
lumber for the orient, snlI«R this morning.
Steamer Roanoke. arrived this evening with
freight and passengers, from; San Pedro and San
Francisco and after discharging some local
freight proceeded to Portland. '
Oil lank. steamer R«secrans arrived this morn
ing from California with a cargo of fuel oil for
Portland and proceeded up the river to discharge.
PORTLAND, Nov. 13.— wtt>n the; steamer
Beaver left the Ainsworth . dock , this nffernoon
bound for San Francisco and San -Pedro it took
000 passengers, the largest load ever carried out
of this port. In addition the Reaver Xirrled ft
large load of freight. . made up of the'larger part
of paper for the newspapers of San Francisco
and Los Angtle**.
* Steamer Breakwater arrived tonight from Coos
bay with passengers and freight.
Oil stenmer Rosecrans arrived tonight from
San FraDdsco. ."•.-; , • . • -\u0084
x ET/REKA, Nov. 13.— The steamer Prentiss ar
rived in port this morning from San Franci«co
w.th mlßcellawouf! -freight mid mail. \u25a0 The
Prentiss In taking on a cargo of redwood lumber
at tlie Field's Landing wharf.
The steamer Chief arrived In port this morn
ing after having taken a quantity of supplies
to Crescent City and the Smith river . country.
The steamer -Aberdeen, which has been load-
Ing at the Field's Landing wharf, departed
at 9:05. a. m. today for San Francisco.
The Bteamer Santa Clara is due to arrive
in port tomorrow | morning. The Santa Clara
will depart on Its return trip Tuesday morning.
SEATTLE. Nov. 13.— Arrl ved-f Steamer Ber
tha. Valdez; steamer Dolphin. Skagway: British
steamer Prince Rupert. Prince Rupert: Japanese
steamer Tamon 'Maru. Portland: steamer Needles,
Portland; schooner It. W. Bartlett. San Fran
cisco. . ' . • ' ' . •
Sailed — Steamer Lansing. San Francisco;
steamer Watson. Pan Francisco; British steamer
Prince Rupert. Portland canal. .
LOS ANGELES. Not. 13.— ArriTed— Steamers;
Santa Rosa, from San Diego; Raymond, from
Raymond; Grace Dollar, from Albion: Admiral
.Sampson, from Seattle; schooners. Meteor, from
Grays Harbor: Omega, from COOs Bay. :
Sailed — Steamers: Santa Rosa, for San Fran
cisco; Tallac, for Puget sound; schooner W. F.
Jewett. for San Francisco. \u25a0 .
TACOMA. Not. 13.— ArriTed— French bark
Montcalm. Seattle;- steamer Yosemlte. San Fran
cisco; scbo<|aer 11. I). BPndixsen. San Francisco;
British steamer Bankdale, Nanaimo.'B. C.
I . Array Transports
The Buford Is In port.
The Thomas is In part. ' -
The Crook Is at Manila.
The Warren Js at Manila.
The Sherman Is at Manila.
The Logan. 29 days from Manila, arrived in
i port yesterday' morning. \ '
The Sheridan sailed from San Francisco for
Manila November 5.
The Dix arrived in port yesterday afternoon
from Seattle. > t »
Weather Report
United States department of , agriculture,
weather bureau, San Francisco, November 13:
raixfai,l7data"< ~~
* \u25a0 Last . Seasonal Normal
Stations — 24 hours. to date. to date.
Eureka 00 2.89 ' ' .V7O .
Red Bluff 00. 1.30 3.48
Sncramento 00 ..TO • 2.02
Mt. Tamalpals .... .00 1.2.1 2.45
San Francisco 00 .82 2.26
San Jose .00 .20 1.74
Fresno 00 : 1.40 1.2G
Independence .02 1.39 1.1(5
San Luis Obispo... .00 - \u25a0 .72 2^3 "
Los A,nge!es 02 .fiß 1.2.1
San Diego '.14 1.78 \u0084 .81
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
x ' \u25a0 Z> r-~ \u25a0 ' \u25a0'\u25a0' 3M *•
STATIONS VS J STATIONS jJ?S ?i
£ S : 3 2 : \u25a0-'
i * *** Z '.
Boise 42 30 .00 Reno ........ 4S 40 .06
Del Monte. ... «3 38 .00 Rnsebnrg . ... 48 32 .00
Eureka 54 40.00 Sacramento ..6640.00
Flagstaff .... 40 34 .60 Salt Lake . .1 . 54 44 .00
Fresno 60 42 .00 San Diego ...60 36.14
Helena 42 32 .00 San • Francisco. 62 48 .00
Honolulu 68.00 San/Jose 0B 34 00
Independence . 56 46 .02 S I/Oblepo ... 68 50 .00
Kaltspel ..-T.. 40 2« .00 S E Farallon.. !W !H) .00
Ix>s Angeles.. 62 .16 .02 Spokane 44 36.00
MMena .44 38.42 *Summlt 47 33...
Mt. Tamalpals. 55 30.42 Tacoma 44 36.00
North Head . . . . 40 . . . Tatoosh 46 42 .00
Phoenix 66 54.44 Tonopah .....40 40.30
Pocatello 42 36 .00 Walla 34 30 .00
Pt. Reyes Lt. . 37 49 .00 Winnemucca . 50 34 .02
Portland 48 36.00 Yum* 64 58.24
Red Bluff ... 68 48 .00
EASTER.V STATIONS
Abilene 82 62 .OOi KnoxTille \u0084..50126.00
Atlantic City. 46 32 .00 LoulsTllle ...*. 4SI2S 00
Boston 50 2« .00 Memphis 6S 44" 00
Buffalo 36134 .04! Montgomery ..68 38 00
Charleston . .. .-si3Sl.no* Mnntreal *....aS3O 20
Chicago .o>Si:*f»!.(to|. o >Si:*f»!.(to| Nfoorhead .... 32 22 01
50 42. 00 New Orleans .80 54 00
I>ep Molnes . .140128 .00 Xew l'ork . . . 42 32 "00
Dortge City 1.-V4134 .00 North I'latte . 4S 32 00
Duluth 130J24 .(*> Oklahoma 7fi 5,<T 00
Duransro l'<s|3o .00 Pittshurg 3K 32 01
Eaftport .'..-.[40 32.00 Roswell . . 72 3UI' 00
GalToston .... 7fl OR .00 St. Louis .... 48 34! f>o
Green Bay ... 4n|28.00 St. "Paul ..... 42 20 00
Hatteras .....52140.00 Tampa . ... .. 6S 48 00
H*™* 1 42130 .00 ToleAo .40 34 ]()()
Huron p2 22 .00 Washington . . 44 40 .00
Jncksonville ..106 42.00 Wlnnipre 30i°C 0G
Kansas City . . |54 361.00' »•-»-.••• W-" •«»
. *Snow on ground, 5 inches.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
A moderate depressions oTerlies the ' Taller
of the. Colorado, causing rain in the 'southern
countle* of California, with thunder storms and
cenerous rains, In Arizona, southern Utah and
Nevada. The depression will move eastward
ftver the Pecos and Rio Grande galleys. An
other depression is. deTelonlng over the Mli»«ig.
sippi valley, while a third disturbance overiies
the north Atlantic states and the St. Lawrence
valley. Brisk west winds are reported at New
York. - • \u25a0
Temperatures below, the freezing point are
reported cenersUy in the northern states east
of the Ca*cadp«r. On the Pacific *lope llcht
frost occurred flt many of the interior stations
and conditions ore fovnrable for light frosts on
Mondwy morning.' - 'L . . j
The pressure distribution furors north winds
Monday in central and northern counties -with
Increasing cloudiness and probable rain on Mon
day-night. • \u25a0."*\u25a0'\u25a0 *. .. ,
\ FORECAST
For Pan Francisco and vicinity— Clondr Mon
day: probably win by night;light north wind
changing to southeast.*
n rr £ r V Sa 1 ta « C li ra vallp . T -<-Fair Monday, with
light frost in the morning: light north wind
For \u25a0 Sacramento valley— Fair Monday; light
frost-in the morning: light north wind.
For t San Joaqilln valley— Fair Monday; light
frost in the morning; light north wind."
For California south of the Tehachapi— fn
settled weather Monday, clearing . during the
day; , moderate north : wind. :
». A - (} - McADIE, nistrict Forecaster.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED v "
Sunday, November 13
6:3.» p.-- m.. stmr Acme. Olson, 26. hours from
Eureka; 400,0f<0 feet- lumber' to Charles Nelson
0:40 p. m.. stmr Oualala. Martensen. fl hours
from tort Ross; 175 cords, bark to F. Llnder
mnn. - . ..v . . ; : . " \u25a0
— .-_ '-./ ATLAXTICJQCE AN TRAVEL ;
PLEASURES M&ffl ifty V I fll 1 1 1 YtJ^Skii^d "~— "
Tf.lP ARE Fo^M^aiTTofTTHßM^^^m COMFORT
ASSURED . f j.| [j§sq || I Tj* I pj Ik 5 SERVICE
London --Paris-- Hanihurq "W GiBRAtTAR^ALGiERS,
:itg^MMM^s&££ : " v - NAPLES, GENOA -
tKaifprinAiDT.: Vic.^.Uw;. 10, 12 aoon : *V. Now. 17,000 tons. Elevator, Electric
IPresident Grant. ..../.Dec. 17, 10 aiu "O Baths. Gymnasium, etc.- :\u25a0:-\u25a0\u25a0
> \u25a0 tUnexcPlled; Bitz-Carlton; »•!« sCnrte~< .q S. SfCLE VELAXD ..Dec ~6''Yo am
\u25a0 n#>staurant. Oymnaoium.-r Electric Baths."- P 'J c rivriNVATl - T c r-*i :
Elevator. Palm Garden. JSecond Cabin E : S ' - " CiaCIAAAI 1. . Jan. 5, FSb.l4 '
only. SHnmhunr direct. . \u25a0—«». S. \ S. (CLEVELAND :v'.?.tf: JarT.'i '28 V
.-BOOKINGS FOR NILE. SERVICE.-" .. Tourist Deparment for Trips ! Every vfh'erK^'
\ The ' Orient, W>Bt j I mllo.x, South , America; 'Around, the . World, : Etc.
A GRAN J CRUISE VTO I .By the Steamship BLUECHEK for
C /VIITIJ -A H*C TIB/* 1 the^ East* Coast; of? South? Amef ica;
jUUIiI ArMrKll A throughthe Straits of Magellan and
J V ' ,-."! - • ?: / * *"\u25a0\u25a0-.:\u25a0* I .V'»-. the Westt Coast ro£>. Valparaiso^
• a \u25a0«S» LL T c Y i ,s?w? c X » York « . . : ;Chile. i 'Acrbss;the>Andes,Vtc.lDura-
JANUARY^ 21; .191 l r tion 74: days.'v Rates^oOup/^v -
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0':\u25a0- Write for Detalled ; ltlneraries of All, Cruises. -";- ' • ;.-
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 16O.Pcwell SL,. Phone Kearny. 29l6,. S3n. Francisco, Cal.
2:45 p.m., US stmr Dix. Ankers, 314 days
from Seattle: ballast to V.: S.; government. ~
3:1." p. m.. * Ptmr M^andalay. Lofstrom. "41
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Uobbs. Wall
& Co. : . * :.- \u25a0': - \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '--\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0--: -
\u25a0 3 p. m., stmr Governor. Jepsen.*. s2*4 hours
from Seattle; -passengers and - merchandise to
Pacific Coast steamship company. ' '.: ; >
3:10 p. m.. stmr *J. A. Chanslor.
2 days from Astoria: ballast to Associated oil
company; up river direct. ; : ~ — . \u25a0-. . .--.: -.
5 p. m.,. stmr Ctios Bay. Farla. .7?. hours from
San' Pedro and way port.«: merchandise to Pacific
Coaet '"steamship <r>mpGny. • ;
1,5: JO: p. . m.. . strar Katherlne.'. Joryenson. 24
hoiirs I from Eureka ; 530,000 feet lumber ,to
Holmes-Eurelca .-lumber company.
\u25a01:35 a. m.. US >tmr . I^ogan. Ktlmson. ' "0
days . 3 ' hours' and 23 minutes, via Nagasaki 21
days • 11 ' hours and 42 minutes,, via H»aolulu 7
days 4 hours and 5 - mtnules; passengers to
US government. ; \u25a0• • f . ',
4:35 a. m., stmr .'iSoa Foam.: Henrlckson. . 14
hours from Mendoclno. rla Point Arena 11 honrs;
passengers -and merchandise to C. H." Higgins.:
.s:ls;' a. m.. stnjr San Jacinto, Carlson.- 38
hours from Ventura; ballast to L. E. White
lumber company. ' -• • \u25a0\u25a0
8:40 a. m.. stmr Arctic, 'Under. 1.1 hours
from ' Fort Bragg: : 311.000 . feet of lumber to
Union lumber : company. - , • . ... . /
.5:15 a. m.. stmr City,' of Topeka. Glejowv 22
hours from Eureka: passengers and merchandise
to'Paciflc Coast steamship company.;, '
• 4:35 p. m.. schnr Advance. Ogldenssen. 8 dayn
from Coqullle Kiver; 347.000 feet lumber to
Frank P. Doe & Co.
SAILED . -
. -Saturday, Novpmber 12.
.11:15 p. m., stmr North Fork. Nelson. Eureka.
_ Sunday. . November 13.
0:40 pT m.. stmr Porno. Mlleland. Albion.
I 2:50 p. m., stmr Alcatraz. Johannsen. Point
Arena. '<..\u25a0-,: y .:..^ .-«• 1 ..;.\u25a0.-. .. ,
S:2O p.' m.. >tmr Bee, Wehman. Seattle. •
. ..5 p. m., stmr Atlas. Badger, Seattle and Ta
cbma.... - . . _ .-.,..'
5 p. :m., stmr George Loomis,' Smith, Redondo
Beach. ' - - - ' , •-\u25a0 : f
\u25a01:30 p. m., stmr Coronado, Stangeland, Grays
Harbor. . . -" \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 r \u25a0 ... . :
6 p. m.. stmr.J..J. Loggle. Johnson. Eureka.
6 p. m., stmr Saginaw. Walrig, Ast.orla.
11:50 a. m.,' stmr South Coast, Olsen. Caspar.
' 12:20 p. m., stmr San Jacinto. Carlson, Asto
; rla.- \u25a0 ..,-\u25a0-. -, \u25a0 .
10:40 a. m., stmr Santa Clara, McLellan, Eu
reka. . .'
f>:3o a. m., stmr Rose City. Mason. San Pedro.
0:30 a. m.. stmr laqua. Self. Eureka. - '. -
10 a. m., stmr George W. Elder, Jessen, San
Pedro. ' — , . ;
12 m.. stmr Lakme. Malmgren, Eureka.
1:15 a. m.. bark Annie Johnson, Page, Astoria,
in tow of tug Dauntless. ; '
11 a. in., schr James H. Bruce, Roslch, Port
Gamble. " . \u0084-
5 p. m., barge Ninety-three, Kirkwood, Seattle
and Tacoma, in tow of stmr Atlas.
WEATHER REPORTS :
TATOOSH. Nov. 13. 9 a. m.—MVather cloudy,
wind north; velocity 30 miles per hour.
•POINT LOBOS. Nov. 13, 10 p. m.— Weather
hazy, wind northwest; velocity 6 miles per hour.
POINT \ LOBOS. Nov. 13. J) a. m.— Weather
thick, wind northwest; velocity 6 miles perhour.
POINT REYES. Nor.- 13. ft a. m.— Weather
clear, : wind northwest; velocity, 10. miles per
hour. •
FARALLONES. Nov. 13. 0 a. m.— Weather
clear, wind northwest; Telocity 10 miles per
hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS :
"SEATTLE — Arrived Not. 12 — Sehr R. W.
Bartlett, hence Oct. 20.
Arrived Nov. 13^-^Jap stmr Tamon Maru. from
Astoria; Br stmr Needles, from Astoria; stmr
Dolphin from Skagway. Due 1 p. " m. — Stmr
Bertha, from Juneau.
Sailed Not. 13, 2 p. m. — Stmr Watson, for
Pan Francisco; 4 p. m.— Stmr Lansing, for San
Francisco. . ' .- -i
Sailed Nov. 12— Stmr>River»ide. for Mukilteo.
Sailed Not. 13. 8 a. m. — Fr bark Montcaltn
for -^ — . " .. .
TATOOSH— Passed in Nov. 13, 7a. m Stmr
Maverick, hence Nov. 10. for Seattle: 7:30 a. m.
Schr. A. m. Baxter, hence Nov. 3, for Port
Townsend. J • • - '
Passed out Not. 12 — Stmr Argyll, from Seattle,
for San Francisco. . •
SOUTH BEND— Sailed Not. 13, 6:30 a. m.—
Stmr Mayfatr, for San Francisco.
Sailed Not. 13, 9 a. mJ— Stmr Carlos, for San
Francisco. . ' .*•
FORT BRAGG — Arrived Not.' 13— Stmr Na
tional City, hence Nov. 12.
failed Nov. 13— Schr Transit, .for Salina Crua.
Arrived Nov. 13 — Stmrs National City and CO
qullle River, hence Nov. 12. \u25a0
\u0084 .. 'VENTURA—-S ailed _>'ov^-13, 5 p.- m.— Stinr
Whittler. for San Francisco.
POINT REYES— Passed Not. 13, 10:15 a. m.—
U S stmr. 1)1%.- from 'Seattle, for San Francisco.
Reports Not. 33. ;12 m.— Stmr Governor 18
miles northwest of here, bound from Seattle,- for
San Francisco; ' .-' '\u25a0.-".\u25a0- •.•••.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Not. 13-^Stmr Grace
Dollar, from Albion. - • , -
Arrived Nov. 13— Stmr Admiral, Sampson,
hence Nov. 12; . stinr Santa Ro«a, from San
Diego; schr Omega, from Coos Bay; schr Meteor,
from Grays Harbor. '' ' - : ' -
Sailed Nov. 13— Stmr Santa Bosa, for San
Francisco. • .\u25a0-.••- • , • \u25a0 \
: COOS BAY— Sailed Not. 12— Stmr -Newport,
for Astoria. \u25a0 ,
Arrived Not. 12— -Stmr Nann- Smith, hence
Not. 10. * -
BANDON— Arrived Not. " 12— Stmr Elizabeth,
hence Nov. $>. \u25a0;;,\u25a0». • : \u25a0\u25a0 - •
Sailed Nov. 13— Stmr Fifield, for San Fran
cisco. . . : . .
PORT SAN LUlS— Arrived Not. 13.' 5 a. m^-
Stmr Homer, hence Not. 11, and sailed,4 p. m.,
for San Pedro, via way ports. • ;
Arrived Nov. 13, S a. m.— Stmr Washtenaw~,
from -Portland. . .
Sailed Nov. 13, 7 a. m.— Stmr Santa Rita, for
Son Francisco. ,-
ASTORlA— Arrived Nov. 13, 8 - a.- m._ Stmr
Rosecrans, hence Not. 10; stmr Breakwater
from Coos bay. . >• • , ;
Sailed Nov. 13, 0 a. m. — Nor stmr Eir, for
Australia.., \u25a0'
Arrived ' Nov. 13. S a., m.— Stmr Nehalem,
hence Not. 0,, via Eureka.
Sailed Not. 13.. 10 a. m.— Stmr Nome City, for
Sun Francisco; stmr Falcon, for San Francisco. *
• Arrived Nov. 13, 5 'p. m,— Stmr Roanoke,
hence Nov. 11.
EUREKA— Arrived Nor. 13,-7 a. m.— Stmr
Pr«Hittss, hence Nov. Jl. .
Sailed Nov. 13, 'S «. ns.— Stmr Aberdeen, for
San Francisco.- ' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0' ' " - .•
FORKTGN PORTS
PANAMA— SaiIed Not. 12.. c, a.-.m— Stmr Ol
son & Mahony, for San Francisco. >
lloNGKoN(t— Arrived prior to. Not.' 12— Br
stinr Empress of, India, from Vancouver \u25a0
LAS PALMAS— SaiIed Nov. 11— Br stmr St.
Ronald, for San ' Francisco. . . -
VICTORIA— SaiIed Not. 13-^Nor stmr Thor
for San Francisco; Br- stmr Bankdale, for Sau"
'Francisco. - . \u25a0- ' \u25a0 \u25a0 . \u0084
. OCEAN STEAMERS ... " .
QUEENSTOWN — Arrived Nov. 12— Stmr Cel
tic, from New York, for Liverpool. .- '
Sailed Not. 12 — Stmr Baltic, for" New • York
stmr Varan nia. for New York. • » •'.'
» PLYMOUTH— Arrived Nov. .12— Stmr Kalserln
Auguste Victorln. from New York, for Cher
bourjr and Hamburg. \u25a0 -'..
GIBRALTAR— Arrived Nor." 13— Stmr Cincin
nati, from New York.; for Genoa. \u25a0 •
\u25a0\u25a0 SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived Nov. 13— Stmr New
York, from New "York. , .. i
Sailed Nov. _J3— Stmr Cleveland, for New-
York. . ' ' \u25a0 ' . < •
HA VRE— Sailed Nor. . lS^Stmr -I Chicago, for
New York. ; -\u25a0 - . ; \u25a0 '. \u25a0\u25a0 .
NEW YORK— ArriTed Nov. 13— Stmr. Caledo-'
nia. from Glasgow; stmr Rotterdam, from Rot
terdam. \u25a0; -, :--. * \u25a0 / •
SON OF LATE GEORGE {
; JOHN ROMANES DIES
COLORADO SPRINGS, V Nov. ' 13.—
George B. Romanes, sony of the late
eminent British vscientist; % George John
Romanes, /originator of the Romanes
lecture, delivered annually at^ Oxford,
died -here (today, of tuberculosis; \u25a0: The
Romanes lecture /was' last delivered by
former. President Theodore Roosevelt.
P. 0. BURGLAR MAY
"DO" MORE TIME
Government Claims Important
Principle of Law Is Involved
in Wayne's Case
WASHINGTON; Nov. 13— Having sent
Frank Wayne to the penitentiary for
three years for the alleged burglary of
the Sellwood -postoffice in Portland,
Pre.. the department of justice tomor
row probably" -will appeal to- the su
preme court of the United- States to
keep him ; . there \ for alleged s larceny,
growing out of the same transaction. .
The government desires. Wayne Im
prisoned two- iffore years for the lar
cony of postage stamps at the time, it
is alleged,* he broke into' the office and
an additional }year' foi- the theft of •$3
from the office.- The government claims
an important' principle of. law is in
volved.. .''•\u25a0. y.. / , ;
; After, Wayne had> served the sentence
of three years on the count of burglary
he obtained his -release- on habeas cotl
pus proceedings on the ground that the
burglary larceny constituted only
one offense. .
' 1 The government is preparing to ask
the supreme court; to review this
finding. •
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at meaplnw water, entrsnee to barber.
PLACE", f Ft I Date | Remarks
Grays Har| 19 lOct.' 27} Depth glTen is for south
\u25a0 |. I :\u25a0: I channel.
Willapaßl 27 _ JSept. 3|
Colum. It. |~2s~"|Sep*t7"23i
\u25a0 . ~ |B«r buoy to right of
N'ehalm R ,9 July 10. entrance.- Channel is
\u25a0 . ' I -.shifting.' to nor t h,
\u25a0\u25a0'. \u25a0\u25a0 '• •\u25a0 \u25a0 . . very narrow.- 150 ft.
Tillmk B. 9 [July . ."ifCharinel shifted 1 tn'Te
- I ' I . south in galft Not. 28
Vaqulna B[.l3H[Sept. 12|~.. w . .......
giuslaw R.| 4V a |-Sept. 11|
Umpqna R| 9 |Sept. 30|
Coos Bay.|_lß lOct. s'Can -buoy -"No. 1 gone.
Cofiullle R[ 8 \u25a0 jOct. 4j'Chanoel straight.
Rogue. RiT| 2 -|Sept. 1| ••\u25a0••• •
Klanith it| 4 |Oct. 3|Channel sonthwest. *~*
Hmbldt 8.1 19 [Sept. l|Channel straight \rork-
1 r I . I /ing north. \u25a0___
S Pedro_B[ 20 |Oct. 3[No change in channel.
s'Dle'go B f 28m Nov. l|No_change_ in channel.
S Pablo B] 24 [Aug. 20[Depth in dredged chan-
I I mcl.m cl.
STEAMER ROSE CITY— Nov. 13, 4 p. m.. lat
36. long 124, thence for San Pedro: northwest
wind; clear; barometer 30.06; temperature 60.
• -•' ! *. ' -
Nearly x 580,000,00x $80,000,00 worth .of South
African gold was exported via Cape
Town during the first six. month's of
1910.
PACIFIC OCEAX TRAVEL
, *!**«. Steam*>rs leave : from Broad-
J<«A~sQik way Wharves (Plera 9 and
AA'WS^bItA Low rates, including berth
I V xr^^Kwl Bpecial Round Trip Rates.
\Vk\j yC/ - LOS ANGELES
' >d/sfSV*B^ 'SAN DIEGO .' y
-*"**=-* l-<^ , . 'SANTA BARBARA
President or Governor alternate Mondays, 4 p. m.
•Santa Rosa. *..'. Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
. *Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTTLE ' (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska,
Skagway, Dawson, Fairbanks aad all points
on the Yukon.
President\or Governor alternate Saturdays. 2 p.m.
Queen, Cmatilla or City of Puebla alternate
- Tuesdays, 2 p. m. .
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
Cityof Topeka. Nov. 14, .19. 24, 29. Dec. 4, "9.
14. 19. 24, 20— 11 a. m.
. GUAYMAS, aiAZATLAN, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO
, SAN PEDRO. ETC.
Curacao.. 7th of each month, 12 m.
LEAVE \u25a0 SEATTLE . '
ALASKA CRUISES 1911 '
Spokane. June 14, 2S; July 12, 26; Aug. 9; 9p. m.
Right reserved to change ' this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel. 653 Market
v st., 16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf.
- -^ Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND — 1120 Broadway. Tel.' Oakland 5680.
• O. D. DONANN, . General Passenger Agent.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
#W| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%\>«f Tehuantepec Route
?*3»*r Regular Fasit Freight Servlo©
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
\u25a0ailing from Now York every slx'days,
makingr direct connection with Pacific
steamers - sailing from Salina Cruz,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
•PACIFIC iCOAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sall-
ings.from San Francisco every 12 days.
ES For rates and further particulars ap-
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen-
eral Agents. 8 - Bridge street. New
York. WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO.,
General- Agents, .Pacific v , Coast. \u25a0
* 310Sansome St., San Francisco :.
I SEATTLE -TACOMA I
Bellingham, Anacortes. Everett, Port Towo-
cend, Victoria, Vancouver . and all Alaska
\u25a0 ports. \u25a0-\u25a0--\u25a0-\u25a0 \- - '^ . . .- \u25a0
S. S. BUCKMAN ..... ...Nov. 12
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON.. ....Nov. 18
S. S. WATSON ................ . . Nov. 24
LQS ANGELES DIRECT
S. S. ADMIRAL 5AMP50N. . . . . . . . . .Nov. 12
S. S. WATSON .:...:........: ...Nov. IS
S.-S. 8UCKMAN.... .....:...:...... N0v. 24
Alaska* Pacific Steamship Co.
'. ,' , ' "TICKET, OFFICES:.
-,' General ' Agent's, office. Howard street
wharf No. 3. Ticket office. 54 Market street
and 648 Market street. . v *."-\u25a0
r Sallinps from Howard street wharf No. 3.
TOYOjKiSEN KAiSHA
ORIENTAL \STEA9ISIITP CO3IPANY
S. 6, Nippon Mahi. ..:. .Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1910
B. \u25a0- S. - Chlyo Maru> (Tla Mani1a) ............
""'. . . . . V. ..... .':•': ..... .7. Tuesday, Ceo. 20, 1910
S. S.'Tenyo Haru. .about Tuesday,' Jan. 10,. 1911
Steamers sail from company's piers,' Nos. 42.
44,; near: foot ' of Second st..- at l\p. m., for
Yokohama and'. Honpkongv. calling at Honoluln.
Kobe , (Hlogo) «nd / Nagasaki and Shanghai and
connecting : at >-Honskong < with steamers for Ma-
nila, India., etc." No cargo received on board on
day of sailing. Round trfp tlcketa at reduced
rates.-./. -' \u25a0\u25a0 — .\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0.-.-
}> i For freight and passage apply at of Ore. ' 240
James Flood building. W. H. 1 AVERT.'
- - v Assistant : General . Manager.
UNIONiSgCoorNZLtoV
New '.Through PassengeV \u25a0? and : Freight Service
.. r . ," •- Without Change.- \u25a0;:
SAN FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON. > N. Z
tv ,- \u25a0::.-; VIA TAHITI AND - R AROTONG A
8. S. AOHANGI (4.268 tons) aaUs S p. m., Kot; 16
8. 8. MAITAI 1 (3,898 tons) . sails . : . .; .V. . . Dec. 14
Sailings every 28 days: connection at Welling-
ton and Auckland for New Zealand ports and
Australia. . ..;. \u25a0 \u25a0 :\u25a0
OCEANIC S: S. Co., -. General \. Agents. 00 Clay r' st
Ticket .Office. 673 rMarket'at.irTeU Kearny 1231*-
I* TAHITI AND XEW ZEALAND S. S.
"->.;• Mariposa T sails II a." nj-v-; Nov. . 22
Special i Tahiti « round, trip.; sl3."i. - flr*t class.?
.UUnULLLU-.pi ac enient) r railß ll »: m.. Dec
?n.^l9lO.>Spepial" round trlp.-|lIO." first class %
'OPKAVTn.T.INR.-.ft73 Mnrk»»: foi Kfnmv t?ni
iinilhl 111 II s-^ss -^ s LurUne (13.000 tons) sails
nliNuluUliSiuKr'
f;'v: ; 'S. v S".' Wilhelmina (13,500 tons) nails noon/
-' J .'; Nov. 23. \ for - Honolulu and - Hilo.: *' r Round trip
to • Honolulu." first • class. $110 'and up. 4-'4 -' -- ....
MATSON NAVIGATION CO., ' "
268 Market «t- ' --
AI^TiQNSALES
AUCTION SALE
At Western Horss Market, 14th and
Valencia Sts., Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 1 p.m.
' 60 head of horses and marcs. 50 h^ad of Horse-
sboe Bar mare* and i:cldit»e». l.ioo to 1.1&>
ponnds. broken double: 10 hrod of cpntln broke
horses, 1.800 to I.ROO ponnds; 10 head of horses
broken.' pentle.' sinsle and rtoohle. 1.000 to 1.T.Q0
nnd lrt head of pood work liors's and mares.
1.200 to 1.400: 1 team of 5 year old seldlae*.
5.20<.». Parties "ranting well broken horses <hocl<l \u25a0
attend 'thin sale. E. STEWART A CO..
14th and Valencia st*. . AnctJoneers.
£ez \u25a0
MONDAY at 11 a. m.. 2f>s-<» Valencia §t..
"»0 cheap bisr.cit.v hr»rse«. . al»o wazon.". bngpie*.
harness. Outside stock sold ot\ commission.
Phone Park 2723. CLOUOH &- BRODIE. Auct'r*.
AUCTION SALE 555
Mnle*. ': marcs, horses. Will srlt Tupsday. Nor.
loi 11 a. m., 227 Bth »t... cor. -Alice. <>aklmi(l.
B rauiP team »ml hsrnwscs: wcisht \.<**> to
1..100 ]te. and 2."> all purjKW mures and liorscs.
Rain, or shine. ODELI. & FLESHRR. Ancfra.
WEEKLY CALL, $1 PER YEAR
TRAINS LEAVE AND AHE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM NOVEMBER 14. *3'o
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
Zls* Naea, Tracv. Lathrop. Stockton..
Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, Sacramento. . 1 1.18?
6.40 a HaywarJ. Niles. Saa Jose. 7JDSU
7.00 a Richmond. Port Costa, Beaicia, Suisua. 1
r Diion. Sacram ento, RosevQle. Marys- } 7.28p
; viile. Redding. J)unsmuir. /10.38b
7.00 a Dmira, Vacavlle. Ruratey. 7.2 fa?
7.00 i Davis. Woodland f Marj-sville. Oro-
ville). Waiisais. Maxwell. Wjllowa,
Hamilton, Cornin c. Red Bluff 728;
7.40 a Vallejo, Napa, Calis tog*. Santa Rosa.
Martinei 6.CBp
7.40 a Avon, Saa Ramon, livermore 6.48?
7.40 a Niias, Pleasanton. Livermorr. Tracy.
LathroD. Stockton . Lodi. Sacramento. 7.28p
7.40* Tracy, Los Eaao«. Kerman. Fresco, i 4.28?
B.ooa Newark (Centerville). Saa Jose. Loa
Gatos, Wright. Feltoa (Boulder
' *~ Creelc), Santa Crus 8.48 a
a2oa Port Costa, SLtrtin es. Byron. Tracy.
Stockton, Merced, Fresno. Gosheo
Junction (Hanford. Armona), Visalia,
Portervilie. Bakersfi dd 4.48t
S.ZOt Yoseaiu Valle y via Uerced, 4.4 6 p
8.03 a Niles. fSaa.Jose), Livermore. Stockton
(•ifilton). Valley Spring, lone, Sacra-
mento 4.281
9.03*. Sonora, Tuolumne and Angels 42£p
9.03 a Atlantic Express — Sacramento. True- < -
kee. Ogdea. Salt Lake City, Denver,
Kansas Gty, Omaha. Chicago 5."3?
9.40 a Richmond. Port Costa. Martinez, :
Bay Point .'. 6JCtf
10.20 a VaUejo Mara Idaad. Napa 11.28 a.
10.20 a Los Angeles Passenger— Port Costa,
Martinei. Byron, lracy, Stockton;
Merced. Fresno, (Hanford. Coaliaga,
Vinlia.) Bakersa eld. Los Angeles. . . . 7.48s
. 10.40* Saa Francisco Overland Limiwi—
Denver, Kansas City; St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicago.. 5.28p
1 1 20a Shasta Limited — Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle ..........*... B.lBp
12.00(1 GoldSeld Pass.— Port Costa, Beairix
Sacramento. Truckee, Hasea,- Wa-
buska (Yeringtoa, Mason), Hiaa,
Toaopah. Goldfidd. Laws, Keelwr.... 7.48»
[12-OOn Davu, Yolo, Williams, Cclusa June-
tioo. Willows 2.48 a
12.00H Marysvill?, Chico, Red Bluff 4.23p
1.20s Niies, Irviagtoa, San Jose 2.48p
1.40b San Leaniiro. Niles, Centerville. t 9.CBa
Newark. Saa Jose... 1 7.48p
ZOOp Newark. Saa Jose. Los Gates. Wright.
Fdtoa (Boulder Creek). Saata Gnu:.- 9.68p
2.40b Saa Leandro. Nil es. San Jose. 9.23*
3.00p Benicia. Winters. Sacramento — Wood- .
land, Knights Landing, Tudor. Yuba
City, Marysville «O.4Sa
3.20? Port Costa (Stockton), Martinez,
s Byroa, Modesto. Merced, Fresno.. 12.08p
3.45? Via Saunlito, West Napa, St. Heleaa.
Calistoga •. 1035 a
4.00b VaUejo, Napa. Calistoga, Santa Rosa,
Martinet, Saa Ramon. Livermore... : 928 a
4.00b Nfles (Center vHle. New ark). Liver- f 10.28*
more. Tracy. Stockton. Lodi \ 11.18?
4.40? Saa Leandro. Hayward, Niles, Pleas-
anton, livermore, Traey, Newman,
Kerman, Fresno 11.13?
6.00? Vallejo. Port Costa, Benicia, Sacra-
mento. Lincoln. MarysviUe. OroTille. 1 1.28 a
5.00? Davis. Woodland. Yolo, Arbuckb,
Williams, Colusa Junction. Willows.. 10.33p
5.00? Russell. San Jose. Les Gatos 9.28 a
6.23b Svt Leandro. Niles, Saa Jose. 7.48 a
6.03? OvH Limited— p>s Angeles BXBa
8.4U? Eastern Express— O«tden. Pueblo. Dea-
, : ver, Kansas City, St. Lo uis. Chicago, .
Port Costa. Benicia, Saerameato,
Truckee, Reno, Sparks 8.28?
6.40? Hayward, Niles aad San Jose 6.48 p
. J7.00» Vallejo. Port Costa. Martinet. Bay
Pointand Way Stations.... .... {11.18?
7.40? Richmond. Port Costa, Martinei,
Cornwall, Byron, Traey, Stockton . . . 12.48p
, 8.20? Oregon Express — Davis, (Sacrammto),
Willows, Redding, Ashland, Portland,
Taooma, Seattle. Spokane..... 9.08 a
9.00? China and Japan Fast Mail — Ogdea.
Cheyenne. Denver, Kansas Gty,
Omaha, Chicago 2.4£j
9.00? Port Costa. Benicia, Saerameato, Col-
fax, Truckee. Reno i.... 10.08 a
9.40? Bakexsfidd. McKittrick. Monarch,
. Moron. Fe110w.. .;.: : B^Ba
9.40« Richmond. Port Costa. Tracy. Mo-
desto. Merced. Fresno. Hanfcrd;
-"Toaliniw, Vimlia,. Tulare. '. 8.28 a
9.43? Hunter's Train— Saturday only. Saa
Jose and Way Stations +7.-JS?
11.40? Portland Express — Sacramento. Marys-
viUe,Red Bluff. Weed.(Klamath Falb),
• : . \u25a0 Ashland, Roseburg, Portland, Taeo-
ma. Seattle... »2^Bp
HETHERLAND'SROUTE-frorn Padfle, Street Whirl.
Collinsville, Emmaton. Rio Vivta. Isieton. Ryde, Wal-
nut Grove. Vorden, Courfland, Clarksburg. Sacramento.
Steimsr Navajo. leaves San Francisco B:oo a. m. dairy
except Sunday, stopping at points shown, arriving Sac-
ramento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9:CO pjn. daily
except Sunday (no stops en route), arrivisg Saa Fran-
cisco 5:00 a.m. \u25a0 • v_ r
» Stsimer Modoe or Apache-, leaves Saa Francisco I.CO
p.m. Daily, except Sunday; arrive Saa Francisco 11.30
p.m: " .
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY —From San Franchse,
Karkat Strwt Wharf— Daily — Hourly from 6.00
ajn. to 9.00 p.m., inclusive.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Alamtda Pisr.
To Oakland and Alamtda— fflLlQ. t6.45 a.m.. and, then
10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 pja.: then
8.30. 9.15. 10.00. 10.45, 11.30 pja. and 12.15 ajn.
To Alawda an^ Frultvato vla-Hofisthoa sam* as abevt.
[a for Morarag. ? for Afternoon, t Sunday rxcepted;
t Sunday only. . § Saturday and Sunday only,
— tSunday and Monday only..
ygs2^ Schedule Effective
p^«) November I, 1910
V^i^w/ u>iox ferhv depot;
- ;^Q^Clt^ San Francltca: . ';>
i Leave | - - Yin Sausalito - • ( Amw I
7:43 1 a I'etaluma. Santa ttosit. Healds- I
burg, Cloverdale, L'feiah. Wll- / ;
lit*. Sherwood. . •GnernfTlWe.
" *Mont« Hlo. •Duncan Mllla.
SeliaKtopol «:.T.".j>
«:15aI««Sononia. •*Glen Ellen i\... f5-33 P
8:15 a jPt. Ueyes. Camp Meeker. Caza-
f dero t6:35 p
ja:4s a P«>talama. Saata -nosa. Healds-
\u25a0 burs. CloTerdale. Gnpme»iße,
, . JlnntP EIo. Duncan? Mills/... $7:3.1 p
10:45 a Petatumn. Santa Bosa.. -i:3Sp
12:40 p Tt. Rey*^«.". Camp Meeker (leaTes
from Cazader01........... t":05 p
3:15 p Petaluma. Santa- Rosa. Bealds-
••\u25a0; ..r bore. Cloverdale, Utiab, Guer-
" npTllle. Montr Ela. Duncan V
• Mills. S<»bastopol ..:.......... 11:05 a
j- 4:43 p Sonoma. Gl«i El>n . . . ;..'..V;.V. 9:3-% a
- B-1.". ptP»t*ln'»i«. «J«nta linmn .-. J R:S.I » |
ELECTHIC . SVBTXKBAN^VIA EATXBAIJTO 1
Sausaiiw, i Mill Valley, " San Bai'Ml — Daily j
eyery 30- minutea 'from 6:45 a. m. -oatU 5:43 j
a.", m. ; = hourly nntll 2:45 p. m. (except tb« 3:45
p.- m. does not.; ran 'to San Itafael oo Sunday*).}
then 3:15 p. m.. and every 30 roinates until 0:43
d iv. tbea 7:45. »:45 p. m. «ud 12:01 a. m.
'Faiifax— Lea»?s tS:«: t7M3. < 8:15. 8:43.
0:45 10:45. 71:43. a. m.,^12:45. 1:45, 2:45, S:l3.
3:43. 4:15. 4:45. 5:15. 5:45. 6:15, 6:43. 7:43,
y:45 p.'Ci.. JI2:0la. tu.
San Qtentin via San.Safael— B:43, a. tn.. 1:43
p. m.: '-'.t3:45-P." % ni. -:.-"•".:\u25a0 - :
Tiburon and Betvedero, ria 8%u»allt»-- W?efc
days:- 0:40, 7:40. 5:45, 19:30 a. m.. 12:45. 3:13.
4:15."3:15, 6:15 p.' m.v- 1112:01 a. m. .Sandaya —
6:45^7:45r5:45. |9:30. 10:45.' M:45 a. m.. 12:45.
1:45. 3:15. 4:15.-5:13. 6:15. p. m.. 12:01 a.. ta. l
\u25a0 'Sundaya arrive 7:33 p.-. m.« ••Sundaya arrive
7:05 \>. m. tExcept Sundays. \u25a0 (Sundaya ' only.
ISaturdays ' only.' {Tiburoa direct. • iiTbursJ^js
only. •• \u25a0•- ,'.;•; \u25a0; .:.. .-:.,-';.• _\u25a0--,:. . \u25a0\-is~..-
PaciSe i transfer i company's agents are author-
ized to cbeck baggage direct from residence.
AUCTION SALES
JUST ARRIVED
Three carloads horses: l.ii» to l.sr>9 pounds.
One ear "Uransht Uorses from lowa. Three
matched teams, dappl* preys: all gentle.,. -Brok a
double and •ingle.' Call antl ceo them ah
G.XIXDAUER*^ STABLES-
- 132-^4 CLARA ST.
ste AUCTION SALS jfeg
; TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 15. I^lo. AT 11 A. 11.
By ot«1«t of J.itsii Iverion of Tehaina county. I
win nell Hcrses and Mare*, from WO to 1.300
i Ib*. aufl from 4 tr» 10 years eld. Tills stock con-
slrts* of TVork Horses and Drivers and Saddle
(\u25a0Horses amr 2 Pnnie*. I irtll also sell 20 head o?
[ City Horses and Jlarr*. Tv'aaoaa. Bnffciea antl
Harnp«s. OutsMf Horses sold oa conimlsslon.
I Mission Sale Stable, 4.tf> ral»n<*ia st» near 15tb.
' H. COHEN. Acctlooeer..
*\-^ AT PUBMC ATCTION ,
>A^f> 20 larßi» hnr«e^ and mir»9 frr>m Red-
[ dine 3 larrc conti-actine conspani*!". to soli!
without r**erre: also S5 hend of all purpose
horsps: *an<i wa?dti. $10: S h«csl»«. 20 *pts of
harn**^. Wednesday Not. 15, 11 a. m., 563 4th
st.. Oakland.
THURSDAY
we will soil at 20.VJ) Valencia *t.. at 11 a n>. 39
head good dr>er< and draft maw, also 50 bi<c
horses and m»rf«. Ontsid^ stock sold on com.
Thonp Park 27-.».'{. CXOU6B * nROPIE. Auet'w.
RAILWAY TRAVEL
VIA COAST LINE
Leave (Third and Townsesd Streets) Arriv» !
t5.10* Vslenrb Strwt. Ortan View. Colna.
Cemeteries. Baden. San 8r0a0... t6.3Sa
6.30 a South baa Francisco. San Jose, Gilroy,
(Hotiister). Sarsent. Pajaro. Wateon-
ville. Santa Crux. 7-50p
7.10 a South San Fraadsco, Palo Alto, Saa
Jo*. Way Stations 7.3Ca
7. 1 0 a Mayfield. Loa Altos, Los Gatos t7.20a
8:00 a Shore Lino Limited— Para P.cbi*»
HotSpriass. Santa Barbara. Loa
Aajdes 9J3Of
8.05 a The Coaster— San Jose. Fajsro (Wat-
aonville, Santa Crux), Castrovillr, '
(Del Monts. Mon t erey. Pacific Grove).
Salinas. Soledii Puso Robin Hot
Springs. San Luis Cbispo. Surf.
(Lompoci. Ssnta Barbara, Ventura.
Oznard. Los Anteles 11.43 a
EL 10« Ma yneld. Los Altos. Los Gatos, Wright,
Glenwt»d(Boiilder CrteV).SantaCroa,
Watsonvillff, Castr oville. Del Monte.
Monterey. Pacific Grove &00p
9.00 a Saa Jose. Gilroy, Salinas. r*aso Pxbks
Hot Sprinas, San Lois Obispo —
Trea Pinot— WatsonviTle. Santa
Croi. Del Monte. Monterey. Pacifia
Grove 4£oi
10.40 a South Saa Francisco, Barlhigssae. Saa
, Jlateo, Palo Alto. Saa Jose f6.3C*
10.40 a. Loi Altos. Monta \lsta. Loa Gates.. {
11.30 a Valencia Street. Ocean View. Coista.
.» Cemetaries, Baden. Saa Breso 1.353
I Moa South San Francisco. San Jose t&2oa
2.COi Del Moate Express— Saa Jose, Gilroy. •
Sarseat (Watson Tile, Santa Crai),
Del Monte, iloaterey, Pacific Grove,
(Salinas) IZ2Of
2.05 a South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa
V-- - Jose 8.45 a
12.03 a Los Altos. Moata Vista. Lcs Gatos. . . t3£s»
3.00 a Soath Saa Francisco. Saa Mateo. Saa
Jose. Gilroy, Tres Pinog. Saibas IC.IOa
3 CO? Watsonv3ie. Santa Cruz. Castroville.
Del Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove. ? 10.101
3.15? Santa Clara. West Saa Jose. Los Gatos.
Writhe. (Bo aider Creek), Sacta Crus. 10.3 C»
4.00p S'ia«t Express — Tucjca, Demise,
Fi Paso, Houston, New Orienns.
Paso Roblea Hot S.-ines, Fan Luis .
Obispo. Saata Barbara aad Loa
Angelea 10.55*
4.00? Kaasu City. St. Louis, Chicago 10.55 i
4.20 a South San Fran c isco. Saa Joee. 1 9.CC1
t5.05? Buriingiaie. San Mateo. Palo Alto.
Saa Jow and Way Ststiors 9.45 a
f5.200 Redvrood. Palo Alto. Eaa Jose. I.IOt
fS.23p Los Alias. Moata Vista, Los Gats*.. . |3-25f
|5.23p Buriiagvae, Saa Mateo, Saa J05e..... 3.25|
f5.30p Loop— Valea cia Street, Ocean View. .*:
Cemeteries, South Saa Francisco,
. 23d Street. 3d and Townsend tB.4C|
5.40» Saa Bruao. San Mateo. Recfccod. Palo/ f7.2Ss
Alto. Saata Clara, Saa Jose \ 7.35 a
tS.4Op Los AltOR, Los Gatos 19--* si
fS.OOp Miilbrae. Saa Matro. faio Alto, llay-
fieid. Los Altos, Lcs Gatos tS.COI
tS.OSs 23d Street. Visitaeicn. Soath Saa
Francisco. Valencia Street t7.15|
6.30 a Soath Saa Frsadsro. San Jo?e 6.45|
8.00? Tha Lark— Paso Rotles Hot Springs.
Saata Barbara. LosAozrlea 9.3 Ci
8.05» Los Aaspies Pa«s«> p?r— Gilrov. Saliaas,
Paso 1 Roblcs Hot Sprint?, tan Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara aad Los
V. tJXt
10.00 a Saa Joso and Way Stations 7.20 i
I 1.45p South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa / 7.45s
Jose i:»0.50i
LOCAL FERRY TRAIHS— VU Oakland Pisr.
To Oakland, Btrksiey. Berryman. East Oakland tnt
Fruitvale— Daily— From 6.00 aja.. and every tirentj
minutes until 7.00 p.m. inclusive; thea 7.40. S.CO
9.00. 9.40. 10.20. 11.C0. 11.40 pja.. 12:20 and ;
1.20 ajn.
To Sathsr and Mstreu vta Ssvtnth St— Daily— From
6.00 a.m« and every twenty minntes until 7.00 djb.
inHuave. then 7.40. 5.20. D.CO. 9.4 a 10.20. li.o.
aad 11.40 pja.
To StOßeharrt—Daily Except Sunday— tOO. 7.C0. 8.00. ,
9.C0 ajn.. 2.20. 3.00, 4.C0. 5.00. 5.40 pjn. Sunday
only 9.00 10.00 aja., IXO. 2.00, J.CO' ICO. 5.00.
5.40 pja.
To Oakland First St.. Fraltvals. Aiarnsds, via Herwshm
— DaJy— From t6.CO, 6.20 ajn. and every tirentj t-
minutes until 5.20 ajn. inclusive: thsn 9XO, 9.20. :
10.00. 10.20. 11.00. 11.20 a.m.. 12 m.. 12.20 ,LCO. 1.20 i
2.00. 2.20. 3.00. 3.20, J3.40 p.m. and every tweati i
minutes until 7 p.m. inriunve; 7.40. 8.20. 9.00. 9.40. -
10.20. 11.00 and 11.40 pjn.. 12.20 asd 1.20 ajn. '
Additional train to Oakland First St. 2.13 aja.
Ta West Bsrkstay— DaJy Except Sunday— Frees 6.CC
a.m. and every treaty minutes untiiH.2oajn. inclu-
sire; thea 9.00 a.m. and every hour until 100 p.m.
inclusive: thea 120 p.m. aad every twenty mianttt
until 7.C0 p.m. inclusive: thea 7.40 pjn.. 9.20. 9.C0.
9.40. ia2O. ILOO. lL4opjn. and 12.20 aja. /-"*•
Tb Wstt Berkelty— Sundays only— Prom f.CO'aja^ -
thea 7.00, 7:40, 8:20, 9.00 aja. inclusive; thea 9JX
a.m. and every tvrnty micuten 7.00 pja. mduarrt;
thea 7.40- vml. 8.20. 9.00, 9.4 a IQJ2O. 11.00. IL4O ;
pjn. aad 1120 ajn.
To Corbln — Daily Except Sunday— From 6.00 «m. »- &
every 20 miant«s ustil 8.20 a.m. tadnarro. thea
9.00, 10.COa.m^ 12.00 m.. 1.C0. 2.00. 3.0a 100.-4.20.
14a 5.C0. 5.20. 5.40 aad «.00 pjn.
T» Corsln — Sundays only— Pram iXO aja- thea iXO
ajm..' 9.20 «m, and every treaty minutes uatll
* 6.00 pja.
To St*3», Richmond. Pui'min— e.oo»2i. 3.4opm 6J?o pa;
Union Transfer Co. authorized to cheek Basgas?
direct from residence.
JIUIR WOODS /*g&&\
r.^T. TAMALPAiS^^P
VIA SAUSAUTO FERRY
UNION SEPOT, rOOT OF MARKET «T«EET
flaund Trig frsa San Frsaeiita, 51.30 *
Lt.Sh frinclsCT iT.Malr tfwte [ It. Iwalwis
Weekdari Saaday Weekdar; San Jay tWeginfay Sun Jay
9:45 a 8:45* t 7:2oa| U:5Ca 7:20 a 10:<9a
1:45r \u25a0 9:45* .1:40?112:5Qp l:49» V-*o*
* 4:^sp 19:45* 2'M9 I:5Cp 4:45p I:4fo>
...?.. 11:15» 4:50? 2-53? * 9:3 dp 2:W»
.;.... 1:45 p.:...' -3=50? . 3-*f ?
...... 2;45t -.. 4:40 p.. . «-43j
\u25a0 • Saturdays. t Mondays. _*i Jit. Tainabaa cii v .
T- t.^ n«!«-.i Saoaalito Ferrr— Tel. K«ray -JOSO
Ticlrt OSces^ g~A Market— feL DoaaUs 4407
General Offire-MiU Valle*. CalL'ornn. Tel. Mill Valley SI
rTn in if Taaatuji" id "K:ir ba" art thrais aja te puts
OCKA> SUORK RAILWAY
F. S. Stratton, ilcceiTer.' Depot l-ti> aiwt Mlaaloa
Leave San Francisco — *d a. m.. 3:20 p. tn. .
Leare Arleta — 6:10 a. m.. ftiSX :^':-'3 p. m,
Veaxf Tnnitaa Glen — tl:SO. J2:CO p. m.
•Stage for San Gregorto and Pe»caderou \u25a0 *
. All train* dally except tweek dajs oalj;
t Sunday* only. \u25a0 . *
HAT A.\l) I.\TE«taUA.\ BOLTES
HflpjLVaLLEr-ROnTC
Dock and office; North Snd Ferry BMMtwA
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