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TERN'S TRICK BREAKS THE
WORLD'S 5 FURLONG RECORD
SPRINTER WINS BY
TEN OPEN LENGTHS
Fastest Horses at Local Track
.. Unable to Get Anywhere
Near Leader
Speed Marvel Simply Flies Over
Course and Increases Lead
All the Way
JOE MURPHY
Three-fifths of a second were clipped
off the . American running record for
five furlongs yesterday by Tern's Trick,
the Peter McCue gelding, which ran
the distance In the Candelaria handicap
in :5S flat and beat one of the best field
of sprinters in training at the Emery
ville course in the easiest possible man
ner. Ten lengths separated the winner
and Likely Dieudonne, which secured
the place from Seymour Beutler.
The American record for five furlongs
was formerly held by Jack Nunnally, a
three year old. who ran the distance in
:58 3-5 on the Emeryville track, Decem
ber 8, 1900. carrying 108 pounds. Tern's
Trick shouldered ,97 pounds yesterday*
Tern's Trick was ridden by Guy Gar
ner and the victory marked the two
hundredth winner he has piloted dur
ing the season. This will be re
membered by him mure vividly than
many of his others owing to the fact
that the winner established an Ameri
can running record.
The field was composed of the best
sprinters around these parts and with
the exception of Elfin Beau, which was
making its first appearance of the meet.
every horse in the race came in for a
good play.
Pride of Llsmore opened favorite at
5 to 2 a^idcloeed at 1G to 5, but he still
held the honor of being the choice.
Tern's Trick was given a good play at
4 to 1 and Likely Dieudonne also re
ceived good support, being backed from
6 down to 5 to 1.
Starter Holtman sent the field off in
perfect alignment. Metropolitan, as
usual, broke first but in a few hounds
Tern's Trick was In the front and when
Garner gave the Peter McCue gelding
its head he fairly flew over the ground.
He opened a big gap on his field and
at the stretch turn he was five lengths
ahead of Likely Dieudonne, the nearest
contender. The farther he went the
bigger gap Tern's Trick opened up on
his field and he crossed the wire ten
lengths In front, stfll going away.
Likely Dieudonne ran a'creditable race,
finishing second in front of Seymour
Beutler. Pride of Lismore could never
gr«r near the flyrng leader aftd gave up
as did John H. Sheehan. Metropolitan
ran out in the stretch.
The day was a tou^h one on the
talent, for nary a favorite crossed the
\u25a0wire in front. If Kerderis had put up
any kind of a ride on Pickaninny.in the
opening race, the youngster, could have
won handily, but as it was he. took a
big early lead." looked to have the race
tucked away and then Joafed on his
mount,. The favorite tired' 'and Crex
stole up and won in the last jump. Les
car was third.
Jim Basey went down' to defeat In the
second event before Ma'xdice, but it was
only throusrh the poor efforts of Jockey
Oargan that the groat two year old was
beaten. He was just nosed out by the
narrowest of margins after making a
great stretch run with his heavy im
post of 123 pounds. Gargan got Basey
cut off at the turn and.when.it came
to a drive he was unable to give the
co!t the necessary help.
Klrschbaum, who rode Maxdice. bore
in on Pawhuska and killed whatever
chance Gabriels entry had of winning.
It looked as if he were soing to put
Pawhuska and Garner over the fence
in the run through the stretch.
Buckthorn, with his usual gameness,
ran over his field in the stretch in the
third event at a mile and romped home
an easy winner with odds of 10 to 1
against him. Glass kept the horse be
hind Until the stretch and then turned
him loose and he made a great run, :
beating Captain Burnett and Royal
River.
, Anna May showed that she could go
a distance as well as sprint by cap
turing the fifth event at a mile and
seventy yards. She was 8 to 1 and
Taplin sent the mare to the front and
she made all the going and had enough
left at the finish to stand off Court
Lady's challenge. Old Military Man
took third honors.
C H. Patten, starting for the first
time here, and 10 to 1 in the betting,
went to the front In the last race and
was never headed, though he was faat
tiring near the anish. Emma G just'
failed to get up and Belle of Iroquois
was also close up.
Williams Takes Lead
In Pool Tourney
Billy Williams took the leaVl in the
—pool tournament at the Graney last
night by beating Hal McGulre 76 to 37.
It \u25a0was a fast ga.me throughout, and but
for hard luck McGulre might have run
out In the twentieth inning, in this
period an unfortunate "kiss" spoiled
his chance for a good session. Williams
then came like a champion and ran out
by making 23 in a row.
One of the best games of the tourna
ment is looked for this evening when
Lee Hannold and Doctor Decamp' hook
up at evens. These players are very
closely matched and the betting is at
even money.
Next Sunday . evening a mixe'J
• doubles, three cushion pool tourna
ment will start at the Graney. This
promises to be the most important
affair of its class ever attempted here,
and already more than GO well known
players have sent in their names -
LARSOX WIXS IXDOOR: RACE
The 10 mile Indoor race of the Swed
ish-American athletic clu"b was won by
J. Larson at the club gymnasium
track last night from a five minute
handicap. L. Lija was -second, six
laps behind the winner, "and A. Gus
tafson ran Into third place from the
scratch mark. Gustafson ran with
good judgment, but the handicap was
more than he could overcome, though
he secured the prize for the fastest
time, with 60 minutes 40 seconds.
The starters and their order of fin
ishing- were as follows:
, h^J*™??' B .°»im>te»;'2. 1,. vj a . 3 m | nnt^,.
3. A. Gnstafson, scratch; 4. E. Lear.r, 414 mla^
utes: 5. H. Botheteln. scratch ; 6. J. Johnson
6cratcb; 7, E. Llndelow, B»4 mlnutps. -
Winner's time, 62 minutes and 40 seconds
ATHLETICS FOR JAPAN
CINCINNATI. Dec 29. — ' Business
Manager Frank Bancroft of theCln-
Nationals, who has taken base
•^« clubs to foreign countries several
t 'U- r -J?. expects to add. another country
telhis list after the new world's series.
JaVan is* the country Bancroft expects
to norm and his army of invasion, he
cays. will consist of the Philadelphia
THE CALUS RACING [FORM CHART
OAKLAND. Thursday. Dec. 29. 1910.— Forty-first day. Weather 'naiy; Track fast. E. "
C. Uopper, presiding Judge. J. J. Holtma!j, starter. . •\u0084 . .: \u25a0 \u25a0 . \u0084
7830 rIRST " KAGB— Six furlongs; selling; 2. year olds; value to first $200. - T ~
Ipjex.l Horse and Owner. |Wt{Bt. % % Btr. Fin. I Jockey. | Op. Cl.
7735 JCtpx (Henderson & Ho*an>... 106 1 T7T 4 2#4 V 2 n 1 h lOlaM .......I 3 • 4 .
7w« I(I)PICKANINNy (J. Qulnn).. 1O« S ... 1 h 13 1 3%2 0 Kederts ..... t 6-2 5-2 \u25a0
76(10 jLPKcar f J. M. Crane) 105f 5 ... 2 2&2 I^3 2^3 h ; Klrschbaum 12 7
7770 '<S)AI.TAREO (K. F. Wrlffht). 109 9 ... 8 6 810 7 4 4 XV, Taylor ...... "6 'rl 8
77«.T !(I)DOHIDE (Wll.«on & C 0.)... 103 4 ... 3 % 3 % 4 % 5 2% Plckens ..... 3 . 4 '
nu 'Otuiudene (Carblgan Ktable)... 97 2 .i . 6 h 6 n 5 1 C h Sflden '15 15 »
7»20 Inon Uncaa (Keene ftros. ) . . . . 100 I) ... 5 IViR 1 617 4 Thomas ..... 15 15
7735 .{La Camarpje (MarManus) . .. . 97 7 .;. 7 2 7 2 8108 20 Garner...... .8-10
7770 jKtrry Oow (P. Campbell) 109 8 ... 9 9 0 ft J. Martin.. ... 20 • 60
Time— :24 4-5. :47 4-5, 1:13 3-5. At post 6%mlnut«s. Off at 1:51. Crrx, 3-2 place. 7-10 •
show; Pickaninny, 1 place, 1-2 chow; L#sc«r. 6-s nhow. Winner b. r. by Ingoldsbj-Affray.
Trained by S. M. n*nder«m. Boratched— 7soo Fontello. 7812 Sallle O : Day. - Btart good. [
Won driving. Second easily. Third drlvlhr. HUh price— Osaudene-20, La Camargue 15.
Winner entered for $300; no bid. Crex stood a long drive with great gameness and Just -
pot up In last stride. Pickaninny had the speed, but began to tire fast at the finish and
K^deiis could not help her Any. .Lescar stopped badly in final furlong. Altarec, - away "
v«ry badly, closed np a blggap and was running over -horses at. the finish. Dorlde had a
little early speed,' but stopped at - the last turn. ' : ' - ' -"\u25a0 - : .
7331 SECOND R.VOE-rFlve and- a- half, furlongs; purse; 2 year olds; yalue to first $250. '
indei.j Horse and Owner. [WtjSt. \\ -Vt % \u25a0'\u25a0 Btr. Fin. ( Jockey. 1 ' Op. CI. |
1122 I5i"»^ c \u25a0<?• P- Waterhouse)...|lo3| 4- .-. S 1%2 3 - l,n Ins |Kirschbanm | 6 .7 ":
m Sg^% < fw*SBSaVSB J \u25a0:::• igkffij&M SW |l^S
JS? SA^ AE (T V W - °'P rlen ) 103 3 -1- 5858 414 6 Glass :..... 4 5
cm Sf^Sff^.W'" 11 ? 11 .i- 6 6 6 5 6 6 5 5 iKederis ..... .15 -20
C 450 \\lnona Winter (B. Schrelber)T 95 2 ... 2% 3 % 58 6 8 ißclden ...... "20 >100 ~i
.... Micco (Keene 8r0«.). ....... .[IOQ 7 ... 7 7 7 7 |Radtke .\u25a0..\u25a0} -60 -100 |-
2^,'» :iS Vfoi :o^- ' At • Hfwt^ 2% mmu te». Off at 2:12V4- Maxdlce, ,5-2 place.. 1
snow, Bas«r^ 11-20 place. 1-6 show; Paw hunka. 2-5 show. Winner b. c by Maxnlc
r. 1?/1 ?/^ I^^' 1^ br M W -^A- H cKi ? My - 'S*«rt good. Won drlvig Second VaSe." Third v
Si»l y »"^ B w- P'tftr'* 1 " 11 * 106 8> Jlm B"ey 3-2, Pawhuaka 13-5, Ossabar 6. v M«j:dlee ran
r?i ,i ?J all the way. was bearing over on him all through the stretch, stood a drive
foJL'i^.Jt! c ? i J ?**** bwt hOTBe and wonM haTe ww f >n ia another stride. Gargan de- '
wv- makte * : "*» run too long and was not strong enough to help him at th« end. . Paw
n^f.^.l «5,I mart race I H * Tf 8 bothered- considerably -by Msxdice all through the stretch.
Ossabar conld never get near tie leaders any part of it. Wlnona Winter showed a nice
turn °f «P«ed for three furlongs and then stopped; probably very short. . .'^ ;
7832 F lll^ RACE— One mile; seUln«; all ages; value to first $250. . ~~ r ~~, "
Index.! Horse-- and Owner. |WtfSt. .\j % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op7~CL
\u25a0^ fc&sftvsssai ss 1 1* iiiiffllf Siii pi
Bo«s 5 (J.N. Oamden )...... 101 22n2 n 4 I^4 n6 4 Thomas -5 6
(7CJ9) %g&A T jggSS^y?^^ I IU g{ n-? S V %IZ^ I °1
Tlm K7^w 5f tj 50 * Ml 4?*;M 14 ?*; 1:40 o At post 1% mlnutes - °T at 2:35%. Buckthorn. 4 place.
TViin^ 7l B^ D6^' i, p!ace^ 2 8how: BlTer - 2 6how - Wnner b. g. by Santello-Escarola.
' Jrahied by F. W Doss. Start good. Won easily. Next two driving. High prieer-Boggs
'" Jl er entered for $.00: bid up to $905 by E. Moyne; retained. Buckthorn kept well
UP L«.w Vr * y ' made h!s run Rt the tnree furlong pole and galloped over his field, win
ning with i snat ease. Burnett ran his race and had no excuses. \u25a0 Royal River
was running very strong \u25a0at the finish. Responsful stopped to a walk a furlong out.
Boprs ran a good half and then stopped.* He wants a clear day to do his best. Marigot .
ghowedjiotuing at all. Great Jubilee practically broke down. » , oe»t. axangoi
7833 Fo^*^ TII RACE— Five \u25a0 f urfongs;~the"Cande"laria handicap; all ages; value to arsTs32s".
Index.l". Horse and Owner. jWt|St. \u25a0 H »4 Str. Fin. | Jockey. |' Op.' - <5T :
lift ?Y™' 8 ™ ck - 3 < Allcn & H.).. »7 3 ... 1 2%1 4161 10 (Garner .....'. 4 ~4
iS5i Llkely DiPudonne, 4, (Raisin).. 100 6 ... 3h222H 21% C. Williams. 0 *5
o9(Xi EJfin Beau, a (Mackenzie) 100 2 ... 4n 7 7 7 Taplin ...... 15 30
5'5 ' l^M* :56^^ A 1 v ° st » fl mlDUtes - °«f "t 3:07. Trick, 8-5 place. 4-5 show;
Dieudonne. 5^2 place 6-5 show; Bentler, 2 show. Winner b. g. by Peter McCue-Tern.
Trainedby R.IJ Allen. Start good. Won easily. Second and third cleverly. :\ Hlgb S
price—Tfrn's Trick 5, Seymour Beutler 10. Pride of Llsmore 7-2. Tern's Trick had a rider
up today, went to the front at once, set a heart breaking pace, had his field dlzry in first
?M ar J er T^, n(1 J Tron ?s? s be P le " 8ml - beating the world's record by thre<»-flfthß of a second.
I.ikely Dloudonne. slow to begin, moved ut> quickly at half mile pole and was next best.
Seymour Beutler oqtpampd the others through the stretch. Metropolitan" found the pace too
warm and quit \u25a0 ear »y. Pride of Ltsmore acted badly at the post, broke badly and was never
-„_•_ Jt> -'i H- Sheeban digged it. He can not win with such early speed as this.
7834 firsT I so? ACE ~ Oae mlle * nd 7 ° yards; 8cllln e: 3 year olds and upward; value to
Index..! Horse and Owner. IWtjSt.l4 V, % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op.' "cT.
Zlt* ! Anna * Ia J- 6 < H - 800ker)..... 105| 2 1 1%1 I^l 3- 1 \u25a0 l^'liS Taplin ...... 0 8
TT» lmvTT I Tn?i'»t ( i?i« ge V? le) -C I<V V 7 2 I^2 2 '2-2^2 -H 2"4 " Garher- ' 5 R
t iSS H3)MILITAEY MAN, a (Prws) 114f 1 3 n 42' 3 n 323 IU. TCnOn-tV '' • - • -<S \u25a0-r i
(J7ja^(l)lOAHl, 4 (J. N. 1 Camden)! 109 8 4V, 8 h 4-1%4 X+l : " -8-5 ' 8-5 '
»7M Onatassa. 5 (Livermwe stable) 108 11 R 2%7 %' 7%6 15 h Taylor • '\u25a0 10 V '
Zlli f^>'- S (Wripht & H.)... ...... 105 6 6 h 8 4 »1%7 3 6 h Piokens ' "O 1
-l?r tf )S^ " < Dennlsoa * Co.) 10R 310 1 6 1.5 1%5 %72 \ V^xi%\\V;. "4 \u25a0•' \u25a0I [
Tjme— :24 3-5. :48 4-S 1:13 2-5 1:39 3-5, 1:44. At post 2 minutes. Off at 3:2S^. May. "3
place. f>s> show; Lady. 3 place. 7-5 show; Man, fi-5 show. Winner b. ra. by Kinc Eric-Fl'
I^af. Trained by T. O. Webber. Scratched-7729 Canique. Start^ good l Wot driving
:««£?£?«£ ™ rd<> ir erlr - Hlgh P r^-Mllit«ry Man 10. Sake 6. WiVner entered for
t ; _ no . b!d - Anna May made every post a winning one, ninnlng a good, true race.
\<?JL y hB f «« D ° excuseil ,- s^ c was W *lJ *'1 d "- Military Msn ran right to his notch.
p«2lr r m.?. £V* C S Onlr '. . w Onatasßa closed c "- So did Cool. Sake miserably handled
togarty made half a dozen different runs, with htm. . r>j" -"
7835 SIXTn RACE— Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds an- upward; value to, first ?250".* '
lodcx.j Horse and Owner.. rWtjSt. \u25a0-**\u25a0 ,Str. Fin. 1 ' Jockey. . I Op. -CI. t
\u25a0 |C H. Patten. 3 ( Weaver) .... 108 3 . . . T5 110 15 in V Mnrttn -' m \u25a0'•\u25a0 g "
(7S00) Emms G, 5 (W. H. Trarers) . 109 0 ... fl % 7 2^6 2^2 h Glasß 5 4
(7783) (8)B. of IHOQTrOIS. 6 (Lewis) 109 4 \\ ; 2h 5 2V44 W3 h Rdole"""" 4 7
7817 (t)HAK. LOUISE, 4 (Cahill): 10!) 6 4h3% 34 4 % Taplin """ t I
7813 F. G. Hocsn. 3 (H. & 1L)... 105 5 ... 3 2U2 2*42 1V.5 4 PlrkPn.""" in i«
(7548) (I)ADA MEADE, .4 (Keene).. 109 11 . 8%4%1n fi I % X \u25a0"" 52Ul \u25a0
7805 pireli!|:ton..s (O. Turek)..'.. 1121 2 ... 11 T*lOT *1O 2 »3-7 n MeXy 6' ft
TOI7 Funeuil Hall. 4 (Sheridan).... 1091 7 ... 6hOn7n 8 4 Selden """ 6"r '
Zs?l ££& SI - V - 3t* Slnnott) 108 Sy ... SV. 8 4 fl 2 Corey """ 10' 2%
7517 tauißgbMt; 5 (W. Gabriel)... lORIIoT ... 10 2H»-# 8 H1O.:%1 Garner ".! '.'" is fi
,241 ISnparmald. a (Ferpnson) lOOJ 1 . . . . 7n U 11 'v * Kirschbaiiro . 15 20
Time— :23 1-5. :47 2-5. :53 4-5, 1:09 4-5. At post 14 minute. Off at 3:56% Patten 4 nlacp '
2 show; Emma. 2 place, 4-5 show; Iroqnois. 7-5 show. Winner oh c by SantPllo-Cath' '
no Enni.. Trained by W. J. Spiers. Scratched— 7Sl7 Darjrfn Start cood Won In a
drive of fonr. High prlce-C. H. Patten 12. Emma G 6~Ada Mtodl 3%arelne?on 10
\\lnnw entered for $500; bid up to $905 by A. L. Denny; retained. C H p ntt "n set a
IVfJ***'™* A he B^',? pen r dd r up \ bij: ga P »«t- was stopping very fast at the
finish. Emma G and Belle of Iroqnois both closed very strong. En\ma eomlne the strong •
of the pair. Hannah Louise ran a smart race herself. Hogan quit. Ada Meade In a pocket
in t-tretcli and had no chance to get oik. Other* no chance " " pocKet
Famous English Tennis
Player Is Dead
LONDON, Dec. 29. — Reginald D. Do
herty, elder of 'the brothers of the
English tennis team, died today. • He
had been In ill health for some time.
R. F. Doherty made his first appear
ance on American courts In the summer
of 1902 with his brother, and Doctor
Pirn, forming the British team In an
unsuccessful attempt to lift the Davis
International cup. The Doherty broth
ers won the doubles event, defeating
Ward and Davis in four sets, but lost
in the singles contest, and the cup
stayed In America. Later R. F. Doherty
met William A. Lamed and was de
feated In a four set match. "
The brothers, however, captured the
American championship in doubles 'by
defeating Ward and Davis in a hard
match.
The Doherty brothers returned the
following year and made a clean sweep
of the" American tennis courts. ,~, ; : *
CINCINNATI HOLDS GRANT
' CINCINNATI. Dec. 28.-— "Third Base
man Kddie Grant will play with Cin
cinnati next year," said President
Herrmann of the Cincinnati club yes
terday. "He will receive his contract
coon after the first of the year and I
don't think thero will be the least
trouble about his signing it." The
statement was made. in reply to an In
quiry whether Grant would be sold or
exchanged to the Boston Nationals. :
FOOTBALL GASIE POSTPONED
NASHVILLE, Term., Dec.r 29.— The
football game. scheduled here this aft
ernoon between the Harvard . law
school and 'a. team 'made- up of players
representing various southern colleges
has been postponed until tomorrow on
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THE? S^ OFRANCiSCO 0
Deacon Phillippe Signs
Blank Contract !
PITTSBURGH Pa., Dec. 29.— A peculiar
case of contract signing occurred ro'day
in the office of the Pittsburg baseball
club, Charles (Deacon ( Phillippe, the
veteran pitcher, who has just returned
from a hunting trip in Indiana, called
to wish -President Barney "Dreyjuss a
happy New Year. '
"I wonder if you have the nerve to
sign a blank contract and allow ,me
to fill in^ the -amount later?" asked
Barney. •. ,Yl-. : • '.-• •• \u25a0'• ..* •• " j'
The deacon reached for ;the blanK
wrote his name, on the 'last line, and
handed back the contract -to Drey fuss.
The club owner -filled out . the docu
ment and it apparently pleased the
pitcher, for. he smiled, when-he read it.
SPORTS; ETHICS , FAR REACHING
• NE\v- j TORK;;.Dlc.:29^"ir ; we suc
ceed in. eliminating.^ the win at any cost
i<iea on our.r.college ;athletic. fields the
civic life -of this ; country will' benefit
enormously,' since ,bye"r. 50 per.'Wnti of
the successful.. me;i "", in; business and
professions are college s graduates,'!
said Captain'' Palmer E. Prize, U. S., A.;
president, of the Intercollegiate , athletic
association.vat its fifth annual meeting
at the Hotel Afltor-today.-'
PLI^N TO'MEET OKELLY :
STRACDISE;-N.-,T..TDec..,29.— "Porky"
Flynn of "Boston, has »been. substituted j
for Al Kubiak- of Pittsburg as^the op
ponent for Con ' O'Kelly r Here January |
17. Carl Morris, ; the : Oklahoma'- ''hope,"! I
was offered a match, herewith: : O'Kelly;
but refused. 'Miles "McLeod and Carl
Morris have declined to. "meet him/
INFANTRY MEN HAVE
WEBFEET SKINNED
Swimmers of Thirtieth Hold
Aquatic Carnival, ajf ;] the
\u25a0\: Lurline Baths ".[ \u25a0
. Lurline baths was the scene yester
day \u25a0'morning of . the -.holiday / water
sports of the men of the ; Thirtieth- In
fantryi who, in "conjunction with, the
officers of the regiment, have planned
to spend every day of : Christmas week
celebfatlngr In some branch of sport or
entertainment.; .- ;:/;.: , \u25a0
The announcement that, cash - prizes
for swimming races,! diving, and other
aquatic contests would be i given > drew
120 men of the regiment into « the" tank
and packed ' the \u25a0', spacious i galleries at
the baths with several ilnter
ested spectators. The reglmental : ; b'and,
under the. leadership of -Bandmaster
Wilfred Gaudet.', "f was hand and
played for; two hourß. l •; . " ' ;
There were plenty of contestants: for
every, event on- the" program ; : and in- a
number of the races it .was necessary
to hold elimination heats. ' •;, ' . .
..The men. and officers of each com
pany" were on hand to, "pull" . for. .the
contestants and. the "rooting" | indulged
In' was a big feature of the program.
The" most exciting event of the : day's
sports was the relay race between
teams of four men each of six compa
nies. Theleyenness Q.f the contest made
the event a^ pretty one to watch :, and
the enthusiastic' backers of each team
fairly ; raised the roof with v cheers tt f or
their favorites. , After the -team : ~ from
Company \E had secured a "slight lead
and appeared to be- the' winner, bril
liant \u25a0 work by the \ swimmers of \u25a0 Comi
pany C overcame the lead^ and captured
the event. The-- memberav of Company
C team were Lieutenant Kelly; Cor
poral Wor«ham, Cook Hathaway and
Private Young. ~; Company " v E:.team,
which took- second, ; was composed of
Privates Curran, Czarnecki, Powers and
Osborn.
\u25a0 In the diving for distance event Pri
vates Osborn and Newman of Company
E tied for first place by covering the
full width of the tank, while I Private
Black of Company D took third place.
The other events and winners were
as follows:
' Diving for form—Private Miller.' Oorapany M;
Private BrigKS, Company F, second; Private
Curran. Company E. .third. . .;.?--t;<"
40 yard dash — Private < Cnrette,' \u25a0 Company M;
Private Graham, M. G. P., second; Sergeant
Gaskln*, Company \u25a0A, third. ' ,
80 yard dash — Private Presley, M. G. P.; S^r-
Keant Gaskins, Company A, second; Private
Ithlnehart, band, third. - \u25a0'** '\u25a0 :: \u25a0
The officials of the meet were Cap-"
tain Wilcox, Captain. Reams, Lieutenant
Hunt, Lieutenant Carleton, : Lieutenant
Kelly, Lieutenant Ord and lieutenant
Sherrard. - r .
Following 1 the soldier's contests Gus
Petersen and J. A. Jackson of the Lur
line baths entertained the visitors with
a pretty exhibition of fancy, trick and
high diving.- >, -' v* ' , \u25a0\u25a0..:'.<
Speaking of the sports Captain Wil
cox said yesterday:
"There ;ie a movement on foot to in
terest all army men in swimming and
the exhibition today; certainly shows
that with a little effort 'we: can malfe
splendid swimmers of ; all- our soldiers.
I wish' to thank Manager Pryor and
the Lurlin bath company for the splen
did treatment accorded us. This was
second only to the -generosity ot the
management to our soldiers at the time
of the Spanish-American war."
TamalpaisGlub to : Have
Trio of Fives
The Tamalpais athletic club has de
cided to enter three teams, In; the Pa
cific athletic association championship
tournament. ;: ; .
The Tamalpais club has been more
active in the basket ball activities this
year than any of the other teams and
is the only club up tp the present^that
has made any sort of offer to the cham
pio% Company P team of Wisconsin.
Last night the club wired the cham
pions an offer for aJgame on the club
courts.. The entire, gate -receipts are 'to
go to the champions, less the bare ex
penses for lights and incidentals.
Walter Moore has resigned as < cap
tain of the Tamalpais unlimited, team
and the members of the squad have
elected , Jack McGrath to fill the va
cancy. ? McGrath was - a forward on last
year's Siaplamat' Indian team:
. The. unlimited team decided to drop
the name of "Peerless Five" and will in
future be known as the "first team."
The ' Tamalpais club has made . ar
rangements with the basket ball teams
of Cogswell, Mission and Commercial
schools and Sacred Heart college for
practice privileges on the court, each
team having been allotted a ."• special
time for training. /;
The Company B team of the League
of v the Cross cadets took the measure
of the Pirate team last night Jim a : one
sided. basket 'ball; game, the final- score
being 31 points to 9. \u25a0. The cadets played
a \u25a0 fast, ; aggressive game and clearly
outclassed their opponents. Dan: Ma
her w/iS; the star of \u25a0 the evening! and
his shooting accounted "for, 17, of the
total of 31 points .'scored by the, cadets.'
E. O'Donnell refereed and Jack Car
niody was" the umpire. . _ : -
FOOTBALL- GAME, POSTPONED
MEMPHIS,; Tenn.. Dec. 28.—The".foot
ball r game "scheduled ; here -today be
tween ; the Harvard university -\u25a0 law ' stu
dents ; and • the All ; Southern • eleven ; has
been postponed^ on I 1I 1 account of wet
grounds. The game will be played' next
Saturday. ; .
\u25a0 Hamilton Fish and his team of Har
vard law students arrived;: here this
morning. • -\' : -\u25a0\u25a0;' \u25a0'."\u25a0V'-"» •.\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-.- "\u25a0\u25a0: ... (-j( -j
1 v • Tomorrow • : the '; Harvard .' team l'-iVrlll
play -another southern i mixed .team in
Nashville :and' will then continue on a
trip • farther ; - south, .winding . up their
holiday tour at Baton Rouge, La.
SEXTON ; HARVARD [ ' COACH
BOSTON, Mass., Dec. ; 28:— Doctor
Sexton; ' the former .-;\u25a0 famous i baseball
star, * has .been ; appointed \u25a0 Harvard var
sity; baseball 1 coach.; •;•.;-;,.-
PACIFIC OCEAN YTRA VEL
r^' i >%Tc™?'Sw ' St'>n>ws "leave from^Broad-
* y£j£^!r^tf^ way -Wharves (Piers 9 and
Ai/v^R^E{ \^i Low rates, including berth
if Yt«2vE») I and. meals.
:l 'Speciai " Round ; Trip * Rates!';
' '^^JSV » '»'*''-• 110S ' "ANGEIiES i-i * '
v-NSrtl^ SAN > DIEGO ->-\u25a0;
iiss^'^ *SA3XTA BARBARA ,
President.. M .'.Jan. 25, 4 p. ; m.
G0vern0r......^........... .... .Jan. 15, 2 p. m.
•Queen..... V..v1. ....... 7. Jan. 1, 19, 11 a. m.
Pueb1a.'. .T. .... ..ii. :.;./....;... Jan> 6, 2 V-'ja. :
'•Umatllla'.'.l-Ji '. ...;v.. .:...";". Jan. 28," H v a-' '«•*
•5enat0r. ... .............. . . .T Jan. 10, ' 11 a.' m. .
; *Only steamers calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACO3IA, VICTORIA, VANCOTJVERv
Connecting at Seattle for. SkagTvay,' Dawson,
Fairbanks and all points on the Yukon.
President. ....... ..... ..... . ... .Jan. ' 30, 2 p. m.
G0vern0r. . ......... . . . . ; . ; . . .Jan. 3, 21, 2 p. , m.
Pueb1a. ;...'.....'.............\u25a0.: Jan. 12, 2 p. m.
Umati11a....... .;............ .Jan. '16,; 11'a. m."
Queen ...... ............... .Jan. 7, 25, 2 p. m.
EUREKA (HiniBOLDT BAY) "[}
Topeka....... .Jan. 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28 t 11 a. m.
GUAY»IAS, r MAZATLAN, liA' PAZ,
. ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO,
SAN PEDRO ' .
Curaca0. ........ .....7th of each month, 12 m.
ALASKA CRUISES - 1911 Leave Seattle
Spokane..June 14. 28; July 12, 26;'Arig. fl;9 p. m.
: : ; Right reserved to change this schedule. ; ,-\u25a0
Ticket. Offices— Palace Hotel; 653 " Market \ St.,
» 1G Market Bt. and Broadway Wharf. 5
: Telephone Kearny '. 402. . ' • .--. .
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel.' Oakland 5680.
C. D.' : DUN ANN, ' General , Passenger Agent. '
EXI'JtESS SERVICE.
SEATTLE
TAGdMA
SOUND PORTS AND ALASKA.
Steel Steamnhlpa
ADMIRAL SAMPSON,
WATSON,
BUCKMAN
E?ery Wednesday and Saturday.
LOW RATES — BEST SERVICE.
ALASKA-PACIFIC
r STEAMSHIP CO.
TICKET j «48 Market ? st.'
1 OFFICES: ) fI7S Mtrket «t. .
• •-\u0084.\u25a0:•\u25a0 l Howard tt.. Dock No. 1
R. J. RINGWOOD. General Freipht and Pts-
ppnjrer Appnt. Slfl .Mprchantß' Exchange.-
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
ffHI STEAMSHIP COMPANY
'%S t^' Tehuantepec Route
Reicular, Fait Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
\u25a0ailing from New York every six days,
making direct connection with Pacific
steamers sailing' from Sallna Crux,
Mex., every six' days for San Francisco.
- PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO-NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin-
cipal European, ports under through
ratea 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 Agentß, 8 Bridge street.- New
| .York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO^
Ctoneral Agents, Pacific Coast <r;r-
110 Bansome SW Ban Frandico
• ' STEAMSHIPS . ,
HARVARD andMLE
LOSANGELES
Leaving at I Mondays, lYcdnesdays,
4 p. in. J Thursdays, Saturdays
From - Pier 7, Pacific Street Wharf
: For further information, folders,
etc., apply. -
Pacific Navigation Co. -ißSisii;
THE TRIP. MOST COMPELLING an.l worth
while, excelltnff all others for novelty and pleas-
ure. 'The volcano of Kllanea— the largest "in. the-
world— is • tremendously active. '.: It Is now \u25a0 pousi-
ble to make this desirable; trip with SPEED and
comfort,, and ,the price I is : low. $110 first, class;
to Honolulu and' back, and $45.50 for -Hide; trip
from .- Honolulu \u25a0; to volcano, including :rall and
auto to- Kilauea, , hotel at : Hilo, ; also 'Volcano
House. No other- trip compares with- this. .Be
sure to visit the island, and DO IT NOW, while
the volcano is active. 5. \9.~ SIERRA : «10.00(>
tons displacement) • sails * Jan.' 14. , Feb. <4, > Feb. :
25. Write or wire Oceanic 8. S. Co., 673 Market
street. Telephone Sutter 648. "\u25a0•\u25a0.'*-••. .-\u25a0•
TQYO KSSEN KABSI
: ohIEXTAL. STEAMSHIP COMPANY H?
S. 3. America Maru.. „.; Thursday, Jan. -12/1911
8. S. Tenyo Maru. . ... .Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1 1911
S. B.. Nippon Maru :..-.. Wednesday, Feb. .8, 1911
S. S. Chiyo Maru:.... ; Wednesday,' Mar. iB, 1911
Steamers sail from company's. piers, JNos.v 42,
44, . near . foot •of Second \u25a0 street, a t , 1 ; p. m. , •*' for
Yokohama " and Hongkong," calling f at „ Honolnln.'
Kobe "(Hiogo): and;- Nagasaki:; and .Shanghai and
connecting at Hongkong with .steamers, for Ma-
nila, India," etc. -No cargo received on board 'on
day. of sailing. Round trip tickets „ at reduced
rates.>; -..: ."".v -.'.'.••"\u25a0;,\u25a0>\u25a0 -'- -,-'-;7 -, - r \u25a0;\u25a0.\u25a0•.•,.'.-
; For : freight • and passage •• apply . at , of flee, 240
James Flood building.. \u0084\u25a0" ,W.H. AVERY,- ' '
Assistant! General Manager.
|JNIONS.S.Co.x)fNZ.Ltd.
New : , Through Passenger ' and '. Freight Service
\u25a0 Without Change.. "
SAN FRANCISCO vTO - WELLINGTON: N. Z.,
•*f - . VIA 1 TAHITI AND s RAROTONGA.
S.I S. AORANGI (4.2G8 tons) saila. .\ .: . : Jan; 11
B. S. MAITAI : (3,395 tens) ; sails. .*. . . : . . .r»b. . 8
Sailings every 28 days: connection at Welling-
ton and Auckland for - New Zealand ports and
Australia. \u25a0" \u25a0-:..'..\u25a0 •\u25a0 " . . • , i -- , . ».
OCEANIC S. S. CO.. Gen. -Agents, 60 > Calif, st.
Ticket Office. 673 Market f st. Tel. -\u25a0 Sutter 648.
HANfll FII n^S.'.S.: Sierra i(10,000i (10,000 tons" dls- \u25a0
U UIIULrUL<U; placement) sails 11 a. m., Jan.
- 14, -.' 1011; : -Special; round trip $110, first class.*:
\u25a0TAHITI; AND jXEW ZEAIiAXD-^f-S. S.;
; '\u25a0<?? Marlposa * sails 11 .' a. m.V- February -• 2." -i
• Special "Tahiti ;' round T trip, - $135, first: class.-
i OCEANIC -LINE,^ 073 -MktJ; ; tel.^ Sutter 648^
II — ...,,^.^.,^..,,.;..-.-";:.-V"-';:^...,.:^ > , \u0084J
' [if! Sin I 111 II iS-"-SX LurllneV (13.000: tons): sails 1
1 lif fMf 111 Iff 1 1 noon - Jan - 4 » for \u25a0 Honolulu and
lIUIIULUI - U Kabului. \u25a0,--> ; \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0-;:\u25a0 •\u25a0--; ;;;.--- -;. ;^
\u25a0\u25a0' S.T. S.I -Wilhelmltia '} (13.500 ' tons) '< sails • noon,
Jan. s IS.' for Honolulu * and » Hilo. /. Round . trip to
Honolulu,: first class,' ;sllo and "" '
'i "MATSON, NAVIGATION. CO.vI 269 i Market stl V
I [\u25a0&}. ] j'atiJa'xtic'i ocean ; \'_
I -'\u25a0-'\u25a0 CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE. ? '. |
j DIRECT LINE TO BAVKE— PARIS
\u0084 Sailings Every jThursday/and* Saturday. /,- p
La Provenc.e. . JanJ ; 19 Espagric r. . . ": Feb.' 23 1 1 j
j Espagne^.^l.Jan.: 26 ;La;Bretagne..Marr2j S j
.L"a;Savoierl:.:Feb."2 ;La*Lorralne. : .Mar.. 0 H I
\u25a0 La " : \ Toufalne^. Feb.; J) ; ; La ; Provenc.e.'.Mar.' ia > 9 j
La Provence.. Feb. 10 La Touraln£.'.Mar. 23 U j
FUG AZI -' BROS.*; '\u25a0-• • Pacflc ' Coast p Managers, '"f |
630 ;Montgomeryj street,*; San : Francisco/ Cabin 1 1
Offlce,* rCSSr CS5* Market street. •-...;-..;... g|
RAILWAY TRAVEL
'•;TRAIMS LEAVE AMD ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM DECEMBER 11. ISI9
j ' VIA O AICL, AISO PIER
• Leava (Foot of Market Street) . Arrive
' 2.154-Nfles,. Tracy^Lalarop, Stockton,
Lodl," Gait, EDc Grove. Sacramento ll.lBp
6.40* Hayward, Nile*, Saa Jose. 7.08*
7.00* Rlcnmond, Port Costa, Btnlcla, Suissa \~
Dlxon. Sacramento, Rnseville.Marys- \ - 7.28p
Tille,Reddlnz.Dunsinulr... ........ J 10^8p
7.00* Elmlra, Vacaville, Rum5ey .......... 7.28p
\u25a0 7.00 a Davis. Woodland (Marygvllle, Oro-
villt), William*, Maxwell, Willowt,
Hamilton, Coratag, Red 81a5. . .' 7.28?
7.40* Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, SanU Rosa, .
v Uartmei...... 6.08?
740* Avon, Saa Ramon (tLtveraore) .... 6.48p
7.40* Niles, Fleasanton; livermor*. Tracy,
i V > Lathrop, Stockton, Lodl. Sacramento. • 7^Bp
7.40* Tracy, Los Baaos, Kcrmaa, Fresno. .. 4.08?
B.oo* Newark (Ceat smile), Saa: Jose, Lot
' ..Gatos,- Wrljht, feltoa (Boulder . '
Creek), Santa Cr0a........ 5.48p
8.20* Port Costa, Martina, Byroa, Tracy, .."«
Btocktun. Merced, \u25a0 Fresao. Goshea
. Junction (Hanford, Annona), Visalia, '->
Port«rrme,Bakerafltld... 4.4« i
8.20* Yosemito Valley via Morced. . 4.43?
9.00* Kilts (San Jose), Livermore, Stockton • - \u25a0
" ,(*Miltoa), Valley Sprlaj. loae, Sacra- - . • •- .)
-mento ......;.•...:..: 4J)Bp
o.oo* Sonora, Tuolumaa aad Angels. - 4.08?
9.00* Atlaatio Express— Sacramento. Truc-
kee, Ogden. Salt Lake Gty, Denver,
' Kaasat City, Omaha, Chicago ..8.28?
9.40 a Richmond, Port ' Costa, Martmei !x •
% \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . • Bay P0int.....;......-....... » BXBp
10.20* Vallejo, Mare- Island. Napa........... 1 1.28 a
1 0.20* Los Angeles Passenger— Port Costa, . ;
' . Martlnea, Byroo,' Tracy, Stockton, ;.- .^
Merced, Fresno (Hanford. Coalinga, " .
- : •*-\u25a0•" \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0" VUalla),Bakersfidd, Los Angeles."..... 7.48p
10.40* Saa Fraadsco Overland limited— • -;\u25a0
• Dearer, Kansas City, St. Louis,;. \u25a0•••
Omaha, Chicago 5.28p
1 1.20* Shasta limited— Portland. Tacoma. ;
5eatt1e. . . . . ... . . :.. ;..... 9.1 8?
1 2.00n Goldasld Pass.— Fort Costa, Beaicia,
Sacrameato, *-' Truckeet, flaxea, Wa- ... . s -
. : . • \u25a0 btuka (Yeriastbn, Mason), Miaa,
Toaopah, Goldadd. Laws. Keeltr. . . . 7.48*
12.00n Davis, Yolo, \u25a0 Williams. Col asa Juao-
tion. Wi110w5...........:.......... 2.48p
12.00n Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff 4.08p
I .oop Niles, Irvlnzton, San Jose 2.48p
1.40p San Leaadro. > Niles. Ceaterville. f 9.03 a
••'\u25a0» Newark. Saa Jose. ~r...\ \ 7.48p
2.00p Newark. San Jose, Los Gatos, Wright.
Feltoa (Boulder Creek), SanU Cna... 9.58p
2.40? San Leandro, Niles, Saa Jose 9.28*
3.00p Beaicia. Winters. Sacramento — Wood- VIC '
land. Knights Landing. Tudor. Yuba
City. MarysviUe 10.48*
3.20p Port Costa (Stockton). Martlaea,
Byron, Modesto, Merced, Fresno 12,08?
3.45p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St. Helena. •
•Catirtoga.... 10.35*
4.00p Vallejo. Napa, Calistoga. Santa Rosa, - •
Martinei, Saa Ramon, Livermore.... 9.23 a
4.00? Niles (Ceaterville, Newark), Liver- f 10.28*
\u25a0more, Tracy, Stockton, Lodl -.."I ' Ilil8»
4.40p San Leandro, Hayward, Niles, Fleas-
anton, Livermore, Tracy, Nevman,
Kermaa, Fresno. ...:... 11.18?
B.OOp Vall?jo, Port Costa, Benicia. Sacra- - -
meato, Lincoln. Marysvtlle. Oroville.. 11.28*
5.00p Davis. Woodland. Yolo,, Arbuclde,
Williams, Colusa Junction. Willows... 10.38?
5.00? Russell. San Jo;e. Lot Gatos 9.28 a
5.20p Saa Leindro, Niles, San Jose. 7.48*
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angeles :... B.oB*
6.40p Eastern. Exprew — Ogden, Pueblo, Den^
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Cbicatro,
Port . Costa, Benicia, Sacrameato,
Truckee. Reno. Sparks. 8.28p
6.40 ? Havward, Niles and San Jose 6.48 ?
t7.00p Vallejo.' Port Costa. Martlnea, Bay
Point aad Way 5Ut10n5, ...::.. 111.18?
7.40p Richmond, Port Costa, Martinei,
. Cornwall, Byron. Tracy, Stockton... 12.48?
8.20p Oregon Express — Sacramento, Row-
< ville. Marysville. Redding. Ashland.
Portland, Tacoma. Seattle, Spokane. 9.08*
9.00p China a&d Japan Fast Mall— Oftden,
Cheyenne. Denver, Kansas City.
Omaha, Chicago. . , 2.48p
9.00p Port Costa, Benicia. Sacramento. Col- -
fax, Truckee. Ren0.....::.,-.*. 10.08*
9.40p BakersSeld. McKittriek. Monarch, I
Moron. FeUow.. ............. 1 8.28 a
9.40p Richmond. Port Costa, Tracy. *
Morlesto, Merced, Fresno, Hanford.
Coalinca, Visalia. Tulare'. .. ._j 8.28*
9.40p Portland \u25a0 Express— Davis.' Willows,
\u25a0 Red Bluff; Weed. (Klamath Falls). '
. Ashland, Roseburg. Portland. Tacoma
• 5eatt1e........ ........-...: (2.28p
9.40p Hunter's Train — Saturday only. Saa
\u25a0-,*\u25a0 Josa and Way Stations..-.'., . . .". .; ... *7.48p
NETHERUNO'S ROUTE— From Pacific Street Wnarf.
CoUinsville. Emmaton, Rio Vista, Isletoa. Ryde, Wal-
nut Grove, Vordea. Courtlaad. Clarksburz, Sacramento.
Sttamer Navajo. leaves San Francisco S:00 a. m.dally
except Sunday, stopping at' points shown, arriviog Sac-
ramanto 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9:00 p.m. daily
except Sunday (no stops ea route), arriving aan Fran-
cisco 5:00 a.m.
Steamer Modoc or A paeht,, leaves San Francisco 1.00
p.m. daily, except Sunday; arrive Saa Francisco 11.30
p.m. .' r'V'vsi. '.f \u25a0 : \u25a0. 'i - : .-'"j •
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY-From Sin Frineijw.
Miwion Street Wharf— Dally— Hourly from 6.00 a.m.
to 9.00 p.m., inclusive. .
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Alameda Pl«r.
To Oakland and Alameda— l6.lo, 16.45 a.m., and thea
- 10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 p.m.: then
8.30,-9.15, 10.00, 10.45, 11.30 p.m. and 12.15 a.m.
To Alameda and Fruitvalt via Horseshoe, samt at above.
a for Morning. \ p for Afternoon. • 1 Sunday excepted.
t Sunday only. $ Saturday asd Sunday only.
aSuaday and Monday only.
Schedule Effective
i-peSsffl'. November 1,1910
AaSJliff/. , UNION FERRY DEPOT
. >t£]Jt^ San FmncUco
Leave I Via Baugalito . . | ArriTa
7:45 a Petaluma. Santa Itosa. Ileadls- " \u25a0 '
burg, Cloverdale. \ Uklah, WU-
llts. - Sherwood. ••SueTCe-rllle. :
.•Monte Klo, " 'Duncan » MIIU,
Sebastopol ....'............:.. 0:.T5 n
i 8:15 a "Sonoma. •\u2666Glen.Bllen t5:33 p
\u25a0'\u25a0 8:15 a Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker. ' Caza-
. dero ."..«t«:3sp
{8:45 a Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Healda-
; , burp. -..' Clorerdale. G nerne ville,
: \u25a0 Monte .Rio. Duncan' Mi 115...:. t":33p
10:45 a Petalnma, Santa Rosa... 4:33p
|2:4spPt. Reyes, Camp Meeker (leaves
\u25a0. - from :Cazader0). .............. j7 : 05 D
3:15 p Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Healds-
: - . --i ",'• burK. 'Cloverdale, Uklah, Guer-
\u25a0 * nevllle, Monte - Rio, : Duncan
.; "' Mills, Sebastopol \u0084...;...\u25a0.... ll^)s a
\u25a0 4:45 p Sonoma.\ Glen . •E11en... ......^... g'jj a
r S:l5 p Peta'mma. Santa R05a. ......... 5:35 a
ELECTRIC SUBTTRBAN VIA aATTSALITO I
BausaJito.? Mill Vall«y; San Eafae! — Daily
erery 30 minutes from 6:45 a. m. .until/ 8:45
a. m.; hourly until 2:45 p. m. (except the 2:45
p. m. does not run to San Rafael on Sundays),
then 3:15 p." m. and every 30 minutes nntn 6:45
b "m., then 7:45, 9:43 p. m.- and 12:01 a. m.
Fairfax— Leaves t6:43, t7:15. 8:15, 8:45
8:45, 10:45, 11:45 a. m., 12:45, 1:43, 2:45, J:l3
3:43, 4:15. 4:45, 6:15. .3:45,: 8:13, 8:43, T:43,
9:43 p. m.. J12:01 a. m. , -
\u25a0 Ban Ouentln via. San Rafael— B:43. a. m., tl:*3
p. m.. t3:45 p. m. * :
Tihnroa ana - Belvedere, via Banaaiito — Week
days: 6:45, 7:45, 8:43. 19:30 a. m.. 12:43. 3:15
4:15, 5:15, 6:15 p. m., |J12:01 a. m. Sundays-1
6:45!17:45. 8:45, J9:SO. 10:45. 11:45- a. m.. 12:43,
1:45, 3:15/ 4:13. 5:15. 8:15 p. m..' 12:01 a. n>. •
•Sdndays arrive '-7:35 p. m. - ••Sundays arrtvs
7-03 p.: m- tExcept Sundays.' {Sundays only.
.^Saturdays only. ; ITlburon direct. i|Thur»days
only. \u25a0W^aa&BlSßKQ'^BWßßWeMflflßfit - ,
Pacific transfer company's apents are author-
ized to check . barcase direct from residencs. ,
ATLANTIC OCEAN • TRAVEL
lionildn vPans-THamliurg ; :r^ Algiers,
tAMERIKAI . : . ; . Jan. j5. 11A.X U NAPLES, GENOA i
tPRES.* I.IXCOLN Jan. 12, ; 9 A. M.. ~n By new 17.000 ton «teamerf. e<xntppe<l
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JPRES.': GRAXT i-VJan.'. 2B, :9 A.M. *-' : trie Baths. GymnnMum. Elerator. etc. >
.-tUneTcelled'nitz-Carlton ala Carte Res- F* S.?S. .CINCIXXATI. . Jan. 5, 12 noon
taurant/ : Gymnaslntn. : Electric , Baths. -p?' S. S. OLEVEMXD Jan. 23
rator, \Palm garden. ciHambnrar,- direct. T- S. S. CIXCIXXATI ...Feb. 14
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PL-EAS^JRE CRUISES"
The Orient. West ImMesi, South America. Around the World. Etc.
f" GRAND CRUISE "TO VTHE3 By : the Stpamship CLEVEI^AXD
O" \u25a0 f-r-k it * \u25a0—^ "rW T *\u25a0 V (17,000 tons) for Madeira, Spain, Italy,
\u25a0•'rC I fei ll^ I Greece. Turkey, EgypU Holy Land,
.'*\u25a0* a -" - *-* T * etc..,. Duration 80 days. Rate fro»n
Lea\-fnsr-X«Tr-York $325 Up, including landing and enx-
,y. JAXUARY 28, ; 1911 . . j barkingr expenses.
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- USE CALL WANTS—THERE'S A REASON : SUCCESS j
VIACOAST UNE
Leave (Tfeird aad Townssnd Streets) Arrtr«
t3.!oa Valencia Street. o«aa View. Colma.
Ceaeterles, Baden. Saa Bruno f6.35t
6.30* South San Fraaclseo. San JosejGllroy.
• - - <Houlster), garzeat.'Pajarb, W*t«>n- • .
Title, SaaUCrsi.... 7.5 C?
7.10 a South Saa Frutcixo. Falo Alto, Eaa
Jose, Way Stations 7.3Ca
7.10* Slaynid. tea Ahos. l«a Gates t7.20>
B.oo* Sho.-s line Limited — Faso Robles
: - " Hot Springs, Santa Barbara, Los
An seles. 9.3Cp
BXO* El Paso, Stn Astonio. Houston, New
Orleans, Chicago tsd East 9.3Cp
8.05* Tha Coaster— Saa Jose F»iaro (Wat-
gonville. Santa Crui). Castrovillo.
• (Dd Monte, Monterey, Pacific Crove),
Salinas, Soledad, Paso Robtes Bet . .
Springs, Sia Ltns Oblrpo. Surf,
(Compoc). Santa Barban. Ventura,
Oxnard, Los Angeles 1. 1!.43p
B.lo* MavfietdVLos Altos, LoaGatec Wright.
Otenwaod (Boslder Crf-k), Santa Cna,
• WttfCßTill*. Caitrorfle. Ccl Monte,
Mont«y.*Paclfic Orove 9XOp
OJOO* San J.oi?. Gilroy, Ballsas, Faso Robles
Rot Stn Luis Cbi.«po—
- Tres Finos — Watsonville, Sint»
i •" • Cna. Del Meet a, Uonterey. Ftrtfia
Gr0ve.;...... ..- 4.OCp
10.40* South San Francisco. BurUngame. Saa
- Mateo. Falo Alto, Saa Josa.... t«.3Cm
10.40* Los Altos. MonU Vista. Los Gato*,. { t f j|*
H. 30» Valencia Street, Ocean : View. Colna.
. • Cemeteries. Baden. San Bruno <. 1.35>
1 1.40* South San Francisco, San Jos* 18.20s
2.00 a Del Monte Expras— Saa Jose. Gilroy,
Sargent (Watsonvllle, SasU Cruz),
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grovt, .
(Salinas) !2JCp
2.05 p South Saa Francisco. Palo Alto. Saa
: Jose r-. 845*
\u25a0 f2.05p Lcs Altos. Morta Viita. Lcs Gates. ... t3.£5?
3.00 p South San Francisco. San Mateo, Saa
Jose. Gilroy, Tres Finos. Salinas 10.10*
3.00p Watsonville, SanU Cnt. Castroville,
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.10 a
3.15p Santa Clara, West San Jose, LcsGatoa,
Wright (Boulder Creek). SanU Cruz. IO.ZCa
4.00p Sunset Exprest — Tuocn. Desalns.
El Faso, . Eoustoa, New OrlcaQs,
Chicaco. .;..... 10.55*
4J»p Washington Saeset Ronte— Waahing-
ton, D. C . New York and Ea«t. ..... 1 0.55*
4.006 Kansas Cttr. £t. Loui;. Chicago. ..... 10.55*
4.00p Faao Robles Hot Springs, tan Luis
Obispo, Sasta Barbara aad Lot
Angele* 10.55*
4.20? South San Francisco. ?an Jore 19X0*
. 15.05b BurUngame. Sas Mateo. Falo Alto.
San Jose sod Way Stations. 9-45*
15.20? Redwood. Fab Alto. San Jom I.IO>
t5.20p Los Altot. Monta VUta. Lot Gatot 13.25 a
t5.25p BuHingame. San Mateo, Saa Jot* 3.25s
t5.30p Loop— Valencia Street. Oceaa View,
Cemeteries, South San Fraadsco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend 1 6.40?
5.40p Sanßruno,San Mateo.Redwood.Falo f .17.25*
' Alto. Santa Clira. San Jot« \ 7.35*
J5.40p Los Altos. Los Gatos J9.45a
16.00? MiUbrae. Saa Mateo. Falo Alto. May-
field. Lot Alto*. Los Gatos 18.00 a
16.05* 23d Street, - Visitaekm. South Saa
Francisco, Valencia Street 17.15*
6.30? South Saa Fraaclfco, San Jots 5.43 p
8.00? The Lark— Pato Robles Hot Spring*.
SanU Barbara; tea Ancele» 9.30*
8.05p Los Anp:rf« Passenger— Gilroy. Salinas,
Paso Robles Hot Springs. San Luis
Obispo, SanU Barbara and Los
Angeles .'..'. 8.30*
IO.OOp San Jose and Way Stations 7.20p
1 1 .45? South San Francisco, Palo Alto. Saa j 7.45 p
Jose t :iO.SCa
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— VI* Oakland Pier.
To Oakland. Btrtcairy. Berryman. East Oakland md
Fraitvalt— Daily— From 6.00 a. no., and tvery twenty
minutes until 7.00 n. m.. inclusive; then 7.40. 8.20.
9.00. 9.40.- 1020. lfoo. 11.40 p. m.. li2o aad IJ2Q
a. ra. '.;-'\u25a0'' '
To ' Sathtr and Metres* vi» ' Seventh St— Dally— From
6.00 a. m., and every twenty minutes until 7xo p. as.,
Indwtve. then 7.40. 8.20, 9.00. 9.4 a 10^0. II.CO
and 11.43 p. m.
To Stonthurst— Daily Except Sunday— 6.C0. 7.C0. B.CO.
9.00 a. m.. 2.20. 3.00. 4.00. 6.C0, 5.40 p. m. Sunday
only 9.00. 10.00 a. m. !.(». 2.C0. 3.00. 4.C0. 5.C0,
5.49 p.m.
To Oakland Fir»t St.. Fruitvala, Alameda. via Honcsfcm \u25a0
—Daily— From 16.00. 8.20 a. a., and every twenty
minutes until 5.20 a. ra., inclusive; then 9 CO. 9.20,
10.00. 10.20. 11.03. 11.20 a. ra.. 12m.. 12.20. ICO. 1.20.
2.00. 2.20. 3.00. 3.20. ?3.40 p. m. and every twenty .
minutes until 7 p.' m.. mclnsive; 7.40. B^o. 9.C0. 9.40,
10.20. II.CO. aad 11.40 p. ra.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. a
Additional train to Oakbad First SU 2. 15 a. m.
To Wtsi Btrktlty— Daily Except Eundar- From B.CO
a. m. and every twenty scinutts until 8.20 a. m., inrtu-
h!ve; thea 9.00 a. m. and every hour until 4.C0 p. m., '
inclusive: then 4.20 pi m.. and tvery twenty ncinutes
until 7.00 p. m.. tnelurive; then 7.40 p. m.. 8.20. 9.C0.
9.40. 10.20. 11.00. 11.40 p. m. aad 12.20 a. m.
T« \u25a0 Wttt • Btrktley— Sundavi only — From 0.00 a. m..
thea 7.00. 7.40, 8.20, 9.00 a. m., tarkjire; then 5.20
a. m. and every twenty- tola ute» 7.C0 p. m.. mdwiTe:
thea 7.40 p. m.. BJO. 9.00. 9.40. 1020, II.CO. 11.40.
p. m. and 12.20 a. m.
To CorWn— Daily Except Sunday— From 6.00 a. m. and
every 20 minutes until 8.20 a. m., mrlusive. then
9.00. 10.00 a- ta^ 12.00 m.. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00. 4.C0. 4.20.
4.40. 5.00^5.20. fi.4o aad 8.00 p. m.
To Corbln — Sundays only— From. 6.00 a. m., then 9.C0
a.m., 9.20 a. m. and every twenty minutes until
6.00 p. m. .
To Steja. Rlehnwni PoUaun— 6.Co a. a., 5.40 p. m.. 8.20
Union Traatfsr Co. Authorized to check Bij j»;t
direct from rtsidenes.
MUIR WOODS *[email protected]&\
MT. TAMALPAIS '^^
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY .
UNION CEPOT, FOOT Of MARKET STREET -
Ronnd Trig' from San Fraaelw, 51.90 V-
I Lf.Stt Fmcbtt U.M»lrWwO tf. Tml|tl»
: WetkJ»y! Sand.y Weekly S— Jay W»ek«ay Smivt
9:45 a 8:45* t 7:20 a 11:50* 7:20 a 10:40*
1:450 5:45* 1:40p112:5Qp IHOp 11:<0*
* 4:45s 10:45* 2:40? 1:50? 4:45p 1:40:
V 111:45* 4:50p 2:50p * 3:00p 2:40,
...... f:4sf 3:SSp 3:4<h
2:45^ 4:40? 4:40)
* Saturdays. t Mondays. *, il:. Tamalpais only.
T-. . n «;,«.s sausat ' toFer: T~ Tel - Kearay 4SSO
Ticket Osces5 874MarkeV _f eL Dourfas 4407 -
General Office— MSl Valley. California. Td.M2l Valley St
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: Boats leave MXt 9:45 a. m . 12-30; 3^o.
ftOO. «ao p. m. Weaia ala Cart*.
Jjock and office, KortH Xad ferry Bnfldiaa,
• jpjjoac*: Keanor 406; Beaa.C 4208. :
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