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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY AND ALAMEDA
BRIDE ELECT SETS
DAY FOR WEDDING
Harold Hobart and Miss Caroline
Madise of Oakland to
Marry May 31
OAKLAND. May 9.—The wedding of
JlarpU Hobart, the eldest son of Rev.
C. H. Hobart and Mrs. Hobart, and Miss
Caroline Maclise will take place this
month at the residence of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Macllse.
in Vernon street. ,The bride lias chosen
the evening of Wednesday/May 31. for
liT marriage. The ceremony will be
marked with simplicity. The wedding:
guests will number only the members of
I !i» immediate Camilies and a few close
friends. Both the Maellse and Hobart
families have lived in Oakland many j
■ears and are prominently known. I
Tlev. Dr. Hobart came to the bay cities :
■_,'. tears asro anJ for a long period was
pastor of the First Baptist church.
• • «
Miss May Palmer, tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs." George Palmer of Ala
medal will become the bride of Henry
K. Westbrooke on the evening of
Thursday. June 1. The wedding will I
take place at the Palmer residence
. with only the members of the families
present. Rev, Clarence Reed of Palo
f^lto will officiate as clergyman, West
brooke. and his bride will establish
their borne in Del Norte county, where
(ha pridegroom has Important Inter-,
eats, —~
In illss Palmer's honor, Mrs. James
IT. Davis will entertain at an elaborate
luncheon Friday afternoon, asking a
r of friends to meet th« bride
*. * *
Miss ray Chapman, whose betrothal
to David Oliphant was announced early
In the winter, has chosen to join the
ranks of the June brides, naming her
wedding day for Thursday, June 1. The
marriage will be solemnised at the res
idence of the brld**a aunt. Mra. F. K.
Wens, at Adams point, will be
sent out to 23ft guests. Mrs. Roy Ba
ker, formerly Miss Hazel Burpe-e. will
attend Miss Chapman as matron of
honor, with Miss Florence Treadwell
serving; as maid of hondr. _
In the bridal party, besides Mrs. F!a
k<*r and Miss Treadwell. will be Mr*.
Charles Firebaugh, Mrs. John Treanor;
Mlsa Abble Oliphant. a sister of the
bridegroom: Miss Alice Hoyt. Miss
Katherine Barnes and Miss Florence
r.urr-cll. Kuth Vincent and Teddy Oli
phant will act as ribbon bearers. The
bridegroom's brother. Reamer Oliphant,
will be best man. Rev. Charles Oli
nhant of Boston, Mass.. an uncle, of the
bridagroom, will read the marriage
service.
Both Miss Chapman and h^r fiance
represent well known families in the
bay cities. Oliphant took his degree
from tho University of California be
stabliehlng himself in the prac
tice of law in Oakland. He is a, grand
son of the late Mrs. Sara Reamer. Miss
Chapman will be feted before her wed
ding, although a number of hostesses
• serving the compliments which
they are planning la her honor until
the return from the honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Vickery re
•urned yesterday from their wedding
urney and are established at the
v ckery residence in Kingston avenue,
>■ here they will remain a few months
until the completion of their own home
in the Clarcmont district. The mar
riage of Vickery and Miss Charlotte
was a notablo event of a fort
night a»o. laet evening Mra. W. K.
Vi^kery entertained at dinner In honor
of her son and his bride, asking the
members of the two families to share
hrr hospitality.
Mrs. Harr* Smith la planning a
of bridge parties for the late
Bfason. announcing the first for the
afternoon of May 2.". A number or the
•mart set this morning received cards
for the intereating occasion. This
evening Mrs. Smith was hostess to one
of the larger bridge cluba which has
.eeting throughout the winter.
Miss Hazel Palmanteer waa assisted
in receiving the three? score guests
whom she entertained at bridge and tea
ifternoon by her mother, Mrs.
William G. Palmanteer and sister, Mrs.
Frederick Snowden.
Mr?. Frederick ft Stratton is claim
dnzen guests for luncheon on
Friday afternoon, asking them to meet
b*r mother, Mrs. Gregory, at the Har
rison street home.
• • •
Mrs. "William Thornton White was
hostess at one of the larger teas of
the week this afternoon at her home
In Vernon heights, asking her guests to
meet Miss Charlotte Hall, the fiancee
of James P. Kenna.
The Tahitian bridge party at which
Mrs. Clarence Crowell and her mother,
Mre. Samuel, will entertain tomorrow
afternoon In the grounds of th« Crow
♦"ll home in Linda Vista will be one
of the events of the late season. Forty
friends have been asked to share in
th« pleasure of the hour, which will be
rounded out with a menu of Tahitian
dainties. The second in the series of
similar affairs will be griven on Thurs
day, when two score friends will ac
:ept their hospitality.
HUNGER IMPELS MAN
TO ATTEMPT FRAUD
Penniless, Butter Makes Tries
to Pass Confederate Bill
BERKELEY,. May —The pangs of
hunger drove Guy.Porter,"., a butter
maker of Salem, Ore., to attempt to de.
3 fraud. O. Paras, a Shattuck avenue
restaurateur, with a $10 confederate
bill last night, according to the
prisoner, who awaits trial at " th« city
Jail. Porter declared that.ho was pen
niless and had had nothing to eat for
three days. V9VMMPW"IBBB|
At first he refused to go to the res
taurant If handcuffed, but consented
when his manacled hand was allowed
to rest in the pocket of Special Police
man Won; ; . . -
"I would rather starve to. death than
be seen on the street hi handcuffs," he
decrared. [ •
° The police are looking up his record.
ELKS PREPARING TO
ENTERTAIN HERMANN
Grand Exalted Ruler Will Be
Quest of Berkeley Lodge
3 BERKELEY, May 9—August, Her
mann, grand exalted ruler of the Elks,
will be entertained *in •; this city for a
few hours the afternoon of May 23, ac
cord in to the plans made by members
of Berkeley lodge No. 1,002. ' He will
be. escorted to• this city •_ from .' Oakland
by automobile :by Secretary! (Harry A.
Bully and T. T. Crlttenden and will spend
a couple of hours in the Shattuck ave
nue lodgerooms.
, 3 IUSG ROBBERS SENTENCED— OakIand."May
!).—Glrn :d« ( Long • and .John, Matner, -IT and
ii years of »ire respect lrelf, were iient to the
Preston ' Srhru'l .of industry :at : lime, today *by
Judg« Pr»wrir. to M«.Y ttiTP until they attain
thHr m»JoiltlM. They pleaded aullty torob- (
blag i lodging ; bouse. --. ';\' *
Scores of Pretty Girls to Be
Partners of Oakland Clubmen
• — «
| A quartet of pretty girls who mil attend the Seminole dance.
SEMINOLES ISSUE
MANY INVITATIONS
Club to Give Shirtwaist Dance
at Maple Hall Friday
Night
OAKLAND, May 9.—The fourth an
nual dance of the Semlnole club will be
given Friday evening. May 12, in Maple
hall, Twelfth and "Webster streets. Sev
eral hundred invitations have been sent
out for the affair, which will be a shirt
waist dance. '■', #
' The features of the dance will be the
decorations,in the ballroom consisting
of gold ami silver pennants, ferns, flre
balls and crcpo designs in arrowheads,
the. emblems of the. club. During the
grand march the women will, be pre
sented* 'frith a gold and silver pennant
of. the club, v ,-^W-j" ~
-The grand march will r be led by
Frank X. Smith and Miss Laura Besson.
It will start at 9:30 o'clock and dancing
will continue until 12 o'clock. „,
The Semlnole club has a closed mem-'
bership of 60 young men. Many clubs
from San Francisco and Oakland will
be in attendance, among them the Set
awa and Le Tres .Toll clubs of Oakland
and the Sphinx. rAllegro,' Waikiki, le
Debonair, Spartan and California Grays
clubs of San Francisco. Music will be \
furnished by an eight piece string or- i
chestra.
The officers of,the club are: .
TreMdent. Henry - Claudnls; vice president
Archie Miles; secretary, Roy. Reed: treasurer
Charles Feehan; directors—Frank Smith, Charles
Besnerer. Karl : Carlson, W. Hatch ami Georee
Schmidt.' , ; - • - ■" V
Among the guests who will attend
are: to» • • ■ — ' -■ -
The Misses— T. nansbonsh
I.aura Judge Esabelle Harris
Ida Wylie . L. Josßeljn
Edna Schwartz Marie Kmittic
Erelyn Kins Cecil? Kinc
Helen MfDunough Blanche Le^allet
B. Arnest ' Clara Lowcn
Myrtle Smith Bessie Layton
Mary Feeban Romona MessensHl
Martha Butler • . Anna Madden
Laura Benon Dora Noui-kp
B. Seldom * j Lenor Martin, ' '
Edna Arnold 'Marion McDarid
Kdith Know Bessie McArthur
Edith Heist Mabel Mclntosh
I.aura Rice M. Meyers ■
Alice Bertstran Anna I'eter*en
Betty Austin Ira Pickering
Etta Ackerman . Fay Pickering
Ethel Andrews Edna Kaletgn
Edna Armour Ida Reeder
Katheiine Ahem Teresa Schmidt
Anna Ahem (Jenevieve Schafer
Maron Anne " , Adrlene Rlarlch
Mima Bingland - Era SlaTlch -
Irene Blgley ; j.,-.' ■ Margaret Slnylch :■■;<: I
If D.D 1
II If DII
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. 1911.
Irene Barren ■ O. E. Pmlth
Florence Karroo " Ella Spring
Let it Burnliam ."»;*,' Sadie Tucker '
L.vrtia Itrainlis Laura Todd • .
Alary Bexen Vivian Tyler
B. Bouham ; Gene Van der Nallien
B. Berry Dora Van der Xaillen
A. Buckley* - i E. Watson :■
E. Bellnoniinl J. Bark*
nolle Ciinell Mabel Stuartf -
Bertha Chnell M. Wilcox
T. ClaiKitiis R. Wayne ■'--« '. •:'> '~\~ ■'-.'
E. Camplln---•-■-— Florence Waterman .».•'.
Alice Downs Francis Williams - .
Lillian da Franc . Muriel Beimel -■•".". i
Alice rvwyer.- ■ Francis Wright -
Gertrnde DwjrW , Kittle Webster '
Joseph hie ' Rasplller '■' ," Ethel Pooovnn '*
R. Rutlrr -.' Josephine. McAToy* .
Dorothy SchuUhets Beulah' Allen ..
L. Sclr 1 or n . • Marie Kelton
K. Rebwerin Bessie- Crane-
V. Scliwerin Gertrude. Wall
Marie Erne. "■:_..• . ■ Elsie Crane"
Louise Ktnlay *" [.. Ri'-lmrd :
a. Crecii
Rnth Grimes K. 80*1
Clara <;riffln' > Vora Lydon,'
K. Gnllaeher Kate Lydon'
Dorothy Ore»:or.r 13thel Keller
Gladys Gardner A. Dexter
I.ene Gacciarlno Nora Uowe
Anna. Oacciarino Dorothy Wat^n
Marie Garblnl r ■ Lucille Beßserer .
Hazel Homau \ Dr. and Mrs. Shores '
Both Unman Dr. and Mr*. .lonian
Emma Harrington * ' Dr. and Mr*. Healy '
Jennie Harrington Dr. K. Kcpert *.. ■'
Edna Haghs Dr. A. S. Kelly
Eli<e Holromb Dr. H. A. Mark _
Anna Herhst Mr. and Mrs. Frank
May Nolan Barnet -
Adel New-house. Mr. and Mr». Edward
IvaOaborn; ; . Adam« . t, .^
Bonnie Overall Mr. and Sirs. A. Botb-
Zeora Pendcgast %r wp« ... - .
Esther Robl Mr- nnd Mrs. 1.. An-
Hazel Reeder ..tler'!' >l3 „ - r-
Marie gtoddard Mr. and Mrs. F. Gros
rxioloe StoddarU ser i,
Marie Clancy Mr. and Mrs. A. Bow-en
H. Hearing Mr. and.Mrs. J. Manon
K. Hlllyer - Mr. and Mrs. D. .T. Hall
Florence Hensrl Mr. and Mrs. D. Hurley
Bessie Henderson • . Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray ■.
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY MOTOR—
May 9.—Frank. H. Kellogg.; a retired express
manager,: living at 2115 Encle areni:e. wan
struck hr a motorcycle near his home last
night and rendered : •.inoonjclnus. He was
severely cut about the head. • The motorcyclist
I did not stop and bis Identity , baa not been
, discovered. ;" i.: ■■-..•■. ■, .. - .■ „« -
ALAMEDA TAILOR SENTENCED—OakIand.
May 9.—C. D. Trotter, an Atameda tailor, was
.sentenced to the county jail for two i years
•. today by Judge" Prewett for assault with a
revolver on , L-. R. Longnecker. - He pleaded
Wilt?. .
BERKELEY CAR LINE
WILL BE EXTENDED
Oakland Traction Company Ap
plies for Franchise in
Spruce Street
BERKELEY, May. North Berke
ley. * Northbrae and Cragmont will be
benefited by the extension of the Spruce
street car line north ' on that street,
along Los Angeles '; avenue. 1 In North
brae. .to join with the Korthbrae' car,
which now runs; out Grove street to
the-circle, application for a franchise
for which was ; filed •by the Oakland
traction company in Berkeley * thU
morning. ■ "■■■", • •
A »econd application was made to
place the« Grove street car tracko on
the west side of Adeline street In South
Berkeley instead of on the , east aide,
which is now a maze of tracks.
Both applications call for the full
term, 35 years, under the city charter.
The North Berkeley line will be a
northern continuation of the present
North nml West Berkeley car line,
which travels over Oxford, Cedar and
Spruce streets. Instead of turning
west In Rose street, the line, if the
franchise Is granted, will continue over
the Hpruce street hill.
The South Berkeley franchise Is
framed to avoid much of the traction
congestion at Alcatra* avenue. It is
planned to have the Grove street cars
oross the Key Route and Southern Pa
eiflo tracks at Felton street, traverse
the west side of Adeline street to
Prince, where the line will be continued
is now, north In Grov* atreet in
Berkeley,
NEW BAILIFF ACTIVE
IN BUSINESS SECTION
Merchants Are Forced to Serve
on Berkeley Jury
BERKELET. May 9.—Newly ap
polnte court bailiff, John EL Boyd.
known here as the "village poet and
raconteur," worried the businessmen
here today Uy summoning a score of
oromlnent residents for jury duty. In
the past many of them had been over
looked, but Boyd issued pubpenae to
every man he met.
The courtroom had the appearance
of a meeting of the realty exchange.
There were Francis Ferrier. former
mayor of Berkeley, C. W. Peck, Rev.
Oeorge H. dc Kay. Lemuel Clark. E. A.
May and J. H. Wheeler. Councilman
elect E. Q. Turner wai also summoned.
All were excused from jury duty for
several causes except Ferrier and May.
AGED WOMAN DIES AT
HOME OF PROFESSOR
Mrs." Annie Stevens Bullions
Succumbs to Long illness
BERKELET. May P.—Mrs. Annie
Stevens Bullions, who has been making
her home at the residence of Prof. Carl
C. Plehn of the economics department
of the University of California, died
last night at the age of 81 years after
a lingering illness. She was born In
Albany, X V.. and had lived In this
'^Hy 16 years. Two B©ns, Samuel Bul
lions of Albany, N. T., and William
Bullions of Long Beach survive. The
funeral will be held from the Plehn
homo, 2308 Warring; street, tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
ATIVAXTIC OCEAN TIUTEL
FRENCH LINE
CIS. GLE. TRANSATUAJITIQUB
DIRECT LINE TO BAVRE—PARIS
Ballings Ererjr Thank!*? and Saturday.
I* Lorraine May 4 La Prercae* .' Jen* S'
La r.-o»#aee May 11 La Sarola on e IS
La Tonrsln* Mar II *•* Lorr*ln« June 23!
1.^0.. «„» s*s£3s: 'sky
La Lorraine. Jan* 1 La Sarole July 13 j
FUGAZI BROS- ; Pacific Coast Managers.
830 Montgomery street. Saa rraaclaco. Cabla
office, 683 Market at.
Canadian Pacific
Steamships
The Tourist Highway -
' * and ■••■•' '
Scenic Bout* t» Eorop*
The St. LaVttne* B!m.
The St. Lawrencs Rltbt.
The
Shortest Ocean P**s*ra.
kßh 4 DAYS &
tr th*
"EMPRKSSES OF THE ATLANTIC."
Wetkly salllnga, Montreal, Quebec, to Liver
pool. First Ctbln. $90: B«eend Cabin. $51.25- One
Cla«i Cabin (called Second Cabin), $47.90: Third
Cabin. $30 ud 131. ■ For particular* ask local
agent! or O. M. JACKSON, ftntrtl agent, lit
Market st., San FraocUco. „ T.", *™ ' ?**
Scandinavian-American Line
II 10000-Ton Twin-Screw PtftenJter'Slrs.dlreet to
Norway, oWcucD <>*e*r !?!?^^^
. 1 . 'i~J c F. Tletgea, June 13
and Denmark. KafifcJM
All Steamers equipped with Marcoot Wireless.
:■'■ First cabin, $75 up; a«cood cabin, led.
HAXVOR JACOMIN * CO., On. Aiaati,
CW Klaattn St.. San Frtaal»eo. ■
RAILWAY TRAVEL
Schedule Effective
# Schedule Effective
April 30, 1911
\§4tB/' IJMOSr FERRY DEPOT :
San Fmritfo
I>*aTe. VIA KAfJAUTO. Arrive.
7:15»|8oooma, Gi«n Ellen.' B:06p
. T:isa|Petaluma, ganta lto«a, Hmlitsburir.
• aot«rC*>,' Uklah, Wtlltta. «h#r
;. wood, Hebaitopol (to'*CuerteTllle
■ '-:* 'I anil *DuDcan Mills week d*:rsj . >
only \ r.."..........;.:.... 7:85p
B:ina|poiat n#.re». Moot* Rio, Cas«il««r". . ', T:3sp
tS.\:,» }>t*)iima. Santa Bo«a 4 Oinri(Tiilf.;
'-■* ■• \ ■■>• Monte Bio, ■ Duncan [t7:o.">p
t9:lsa|PolDt R<»y<»* .................. t«:o3p
ta:l»a.Koaoma. Olmi Ellen Is:S3d
r,a|p«iilnrn». Santa 805*.'..;r........ ' 4:35n
%'2-AT.p Point R*ye», Camp Meeker........ .....
3:l}p I'etalmn*, santa Rosa. Healdntnirf, - ■.
. Clorerdale. f'klah, < Guernerllle,
i Monte Rio, Duncaa Mills, Sebai
-7 topoJ ...................t....... 1108 a
: 4:43[> Sonoma, Glen Ellen. 0:05 a
D:lsp Petaluma. Santa llcmA. 8:33 a
&:43pj point Rejes deaTes7:ls p. m. Suq- :■■ <*■■:
___ i <lay«> .;.....:;■■............... | «:QSa
ELECTRIC SUBURBAiTvu SAUSAUTO
- Sauialito, Mill Valley. flu Ea/ael—Dally every
30 minutes from ti:io a. vi. until 9:45 a. m.;
hourly until 2:45 p. mi, then 3:13 p. m. and every
30: nilnnteii until 7:43 p. m.. then 9:15, - 10:43
p. m. and 12:13 a. m. I (On Sunday* la addition—
Btrry 30 mlnotea from 9:45 a. m. to 3:15 p. m.,
excepting 2:15 p. m. '■■"•' E ■ ? : ?
Fairfax—Lea f(J:4S. 7:15, T:45, 8:15, 8:43,
9:15. 9:40, 110:15. 10:45, *11:W, 11:45 a.fin.:
t12:1.-.. 12:45.".11:15, 1:48. 3:48. 3:18, 3:45, 4:13,
4:43. 5:15, 5:45. 9:15, 8:48, t":15, 7:43, 8:15,
|10:49 p.':D>.S'il3:J3 a. m. *, ; - .
San QnenUn via Ban Bafatl—Lesrc 0:15 a. m ..
1:46 p. in. .
Tiburon and BelTe4ere-^Dally.eT*ry hoar from
C:45 a. m. until 1:4.1 p. m., turn 3:18 p. m. »mi
.very hour until: 6:13,* then 7:43, 9:1.", 10:45
p. -in. Sim 12:1.1 a. m. " , - ;
- *Bund«y f «rri»» 7:©S p. to. '_•fExcept. Sunday.
TS'jnday only. *.Snturday only. JHaturday and
Bandaycnly. ■*■' <■' .•' •■ ."■" "-' ",'■'.' • ■•'■• > •:•..".«.•.■■,.;
- l"aclttc Transfer Company* acentii are author
ised to check baggage direct from residences..
ENGLISH COMEDIAN
SCORES A SUCCESS
Week's Bill at Oakland Or
pheum Well Received and
Draws Large Houses
OAKLAND. May 9.—Bert Coote, the
English comedian, has made good his
reputation of being one of the best in
the business. He has kept the crowds
at the Oakland Orpheum In roars this
week. He piaj^s the role of a man who
has the appearance of being almost an
imbecile, but who In reality ccmes out
all right.
Class of a very high order is evident
the moment the Melnotte twins and
Clay Bmith come on the stage. They
have dainty comedy, catchy and pretty
songs and clever dancing with which to
entertain, and their act makes a hit.
Clever dogs and cats show their
training under the direction of Cole
man. Some of their tricks are so sen
sationally intelligent that they dispute
the theory that dumb animals can not
reason.
Arthur Deagon, who was for year*
the star of Ziegfeld's -Follies' in New
York, sings a bit, talks a bit and Is
entertaining every bit of the time he
is before the audience.
Selblt's spirit paintings are as mys
terious as when they were first pro
duced.
Jean Bedlni is keeping his popularity
with hfs Juggling tricks. Taylor,
Kranaman and White are also bright
■potg ©n the bill, which is well rounded
out by "The Suspect," which keeps
the town talking.
MME. MENICENTI IS
RECOVERING RAPIDLY
■ " - , i "■■■*■
Former Berkeley Girl Regain
ing Her Health
BERKELEY, May 9.—Mme. Corrarlo
Menlcenti,: formerly Miss Ruth Rising,
daughter of the late Professor Rising
of the faculty of the University of
California, who has ■ been dangerously
ill in her home in Rome, Italy, is on
the road- to recovery, according to a
letter sent by her sister, Miss Alice
Rising-, who .was called to her bedside.
She Is now recuperating fast and her
ultimate; recovery is assured.
c'■ 1 .
The Call mow has a supply or Book
lovers' Contest rntaloarurs. Better tret
jours now. 35 cents each; 40 cents by {
mall.: - - •;,
PACIFIC OCEAN" TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES
SAN DIEGO ><K&v
•■AWTA BARBARA /££—*^Pl
eureka /'VW'^Si vS
SEATTLE 11 \BS&y
TACOMA VICTORIA XoJLi^y
VAnrcouvKn. XHl®^
ALASKA MEXICO
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
"\ LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 AND 11
Loa Angeles (Direct), Son Diego
*Smita Barbara
President or Governor.., .Erery Monday, 2p. m.
•Santa Rom ...... Every Tnoraday. 11 a, o.
•Only steamer calling at Santa . Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tncotna, Townaend, l
-„ Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Governor.. .E»ery Saturday, 2p. m.
City of Pusbla or Queen. .Etrry Tuesday, 2 p. m.
5enat0r.................. .5at. May 20, 3 p. m.
8p«kant..................Wed.. Junt 7. 2 p. m.
' ' Eureka (Hamboldt Bar)
Topeka.May 8. 18, 18. 23. 28; Jane S. ll a. m.
Gaarmaa, Masatiaa, La Pa«, Ensenadn,
San Jose del Cab*, San Pedro
Curasao ................................. i' i ."
Nome-St. Michael (Umatilla). June 1
■'. Alaska Cruise* 1911 Leave Seattle
Spokane, June 14. 28: July 12. ' 26; Aug."B.' 9
«, p. m. Right rastrTtd to Chang* thla tehedulo.
Nonae—Les»e Seattle. Senator, June 1, 10 a. m.
TICKET OFFICES, Palae» Hotel, €33 Market at..
16 Market at. and Broadway Wharf.
«-...«. Telephone Kearny 492. -";
OAKLAND—II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 6680.
C. P. DCNANN. General Paesen»er Agent.
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tchuantepec Route
Rf-cular Faat Frrlsrht Serrte*
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, !
tailing; from New York every six day*,
making: direct connection with Pacific
steamers calling from Sallna Cruz,
Max.. every nix days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
TORK. Also ,to I Mexican and all prin- ,
cipal European ports :■, under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from Ban Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN A LAPHAM. Gen
eral Agents. -•> Bridge street. New
York. WILLIAMS, DIMOND * CO..
General Agents, Pacific Coast. : ,
.810 Sansome St.. San Francisco. I
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ORIENTAL. STEAMSHIP COMPANY
6. f. "Cbiys Man»"...W»dn»i4ay, Kay **. 'Mil |
S. S. "America H«iu". Wednesday, Jun« It. 1911 |
S. S. "T«nyo Mara".. . Wednesday, June tl, 1911 |
S. B. "Jfippcn hUiu"... Wednesday, JUy 13, 1911
Bteatqers tall from company's pl«r, No. 34,
sear foot of Braona:. at., at 1 p. m.. for Yoko
liinu and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu. Kobe
(Blogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hosgkonc with t.teius«r« for Manila.
ladla. etc. No cargo rt««|T«d on board on day of
•ailing. Round trip ticket! at reduced rates.. .
■ For freight and . passage - apply at ! office,: 4tb
Boor, Western Metropolis National i Bank build
inf. 623 Market at. ■ W. H. AVER?. '
/ : A*Rißtant Oenerat Msnaeer.
[^""""""thb > SWIFT steamships .< -,
YALE AND HARVARD
; Leave Pier 7, Pacific St. Wharf, at 4 p. m.
every . Monday, Wednesday, ' Friday and Sat
urday for - . * - - „...- ,_.
-, LOS ANGELES
- AND
J For San Dle«o Wednesday* »nd Fridays,
.-. For tickets and Information apply ■■
. PACIFIC KAVIGATION CO.,
(i"0 Market ft.. S«n Francisco. J>-- ■
UNION S.S.CO. of N.Z. Ltd
< New Through Passenger and Freight Serrlce,' ;'
'„;■ -■•' Without Change. '
BAN :• FRANCISCO TO WELLINGTON. -N. , Z.,
VIA TAHITI AND KAROTONOA.
I. 8. MAITAI (S.S9S tons), sails 11 a. m. Kay 31
8. 8. AOKAKOI (*,*«• ton*), Mill 11 a.m. June St
Ballings every 28 days; connection 1 at Welling-;
ton and Auckland fur New Zealand ports and
Australia. ■' ■ ■ ■',:'■-' ■ ~ ■ ■ k-,-.; j ■:
v OCEANIC S. 8. CO.. Gen. Agts.. 100 Davis at.
Ticket Office. 673 Market St.: tel. Slitter 848.
NHntrtl 111 II 8- s Sl*"* (10.000 ton** dIs
nUHUIULU placement) satis 11 a. m.. May
20, 1011. Special round trip $110, first clasa. j
' TAHITI AND SEW, ZEAL AND—a a i
■■•■ ■■■•■ Uariposa tails 11 a. m., May 31.
' Special Tahiti round trip $135. first class.
OCEANIC LINE. 873 Market: teL Suffer 648.
lintini 111 II S. s- wilbeluina (13,230 ton*)
HUNULULU **lU nOOD ' M" T 10> Honolulu and
S3. 8. lA'RLINK (13.000 torn) sails noon, May
13, for Honolulu and Kiliului. ■:_ ,^
S ■8. HuXtU.l LAN 413.U00 tons) • sails noon
Kay 21, for Honolulu and Kahulut. _ j>:S''<v
kVoond trip to Honolulu, flrst class, $110 and up.
: • MATSOM - MAVIOAIiOK i GOJCPAVT.
1 '-. Sag Marks* Street ■•? .-
COUPLE REST WITH PLEASURE
By Including the *>
NEW ORLEANS-NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP LINE
Between New Orleans and New York in the routing
of your ticket East. Will cost you no more than
an all rail route and affords an interesting; and de
* lightful diversion on your trip.
RATES:
FJr«t class rail-to New Orleans and
First cabin steamer to New York fT7.75
Nine months, round trip 145.30
SpecUl excursion, round trip i 05.50
Second class ralj to New Orleans and second class
cabin steamer to New York «j.7j
Rates Include meals and berth while on steamer
■Write or ask any agent for details
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
TICKET OFFICES:
Flood Building
Palace Hotel
32 Powell Street
Market Street Ferry Depot
Third and Townsend Streets Depot
Broadway and Thirteenth Street. Oakland
Visit Portland Rose Carnival, June 5-10.
RAILWAY TRAVEL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM APRIL 14. 111 l
VIA OAKLAND PIER
. Leara (Foot oi Market Street) . Arrf™
2.|5a Niles, Tracy. Lathrop, Stockton,
Lodi. Gall. Elk Grove, Sacramento,
RossvUla, Aubun. CoUaz. 11.18;
8.40 a Hay ward, Niles, San Jose. 7.08 a
7.00 a Richmond. Port Costa, Beslria, Sultun 1
Diun, Sacramento, RottTille,Uaryt- > 7.28p
rill». R*ddi»g, Dunsmulr ..J 10.38p
7.00 a Elmira, Vacavllle, Ruasey ......... 7.28»
7.00 a Darts, Woodland (Maryrrllle, Ore- -,
rifle), WUliaas. Maxwell, Wlllowt,
Hamilton. Cornini, Red Bluff 7.28p
, 7.40 a Vallejo, Naps, CaUatofa, Santa Rota,
Martinet 6.08p
7.40 a Avon, San Ramon, (JLiv-naore) .... 6.48p
7.40 a Nilet. leaianton, Llvertßore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento. 7.28f
7,40 a Tracy, Lot Baaot, Kermaa, Fresno... 4.08p
8.001 Newark (CentenrlUe), San Jose, Lot
Qa'os, Wrigbt, Fsitoa (Boulder
Creek). SaataCrui.. 8.48p
tUOa Fort Costa, Martin Byraa. Tracy,
Stockton, Merced, Fresao. Gosheo
Junction (Haaford, Armona). Vltalla,
Porterrille, 8akenf1e1d.....■...:.,.. 4.48p
8.20 a Yosemite Valley Tla Merced 4.48?
B.oo* Nflps (Saa Jom), Livermore, Stockton
(•Miltos) Valley Spring. lone, Sacra
mento 4.28p
* 9.00 a Tuolumne, Soaora, Jamestowa, Angela 4.08p
B.ooa Atlanta Express—Sacramento, True- - ■'.
kee, Ogdea, Salt Lake City, Denver.
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.28p
8.40« Richmond, i Port Costa. Martine* '
B*y P0int......;...... B.oBp
10.20 a VaUeio. Mar, Island, Napa 11.28 a
10.20 a Lot Angeles Passenger—Port Costa, jSKSEi
Martinet, Byron, Tracy. Stockton,
Merced. Fresno, (Haaford, Coaling*,
Vlsalia),Bakersfield. Los Angeles..... 7.48p
10.40 a San Francisco Overland Limited—
D-nver, Kansas City, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicago... "... S.2Bp
11.20 a Shasta Limited—Portland. Tacoos,
5eatt1e........................... 9.18p
i 12-OOn Rlchmnad. Port Costa, Beaieia, 8u!
- saa. Elmsrt, Dixoa, Sarrameato 10.48*
r2.COn Davis, Williams. Coiuta June, Willows 2.48p
12.00.1 Marysrille, Chico. Red Bluff 2.48p
■ I.oo* Nilet, Irviniton, San Jote 2.48p
MOp San Leandro. Niles. CentmlUe, f 9.08 a
Newark, San J0te...... I 7.48»
2.00» Newark, San Jose, Lot Gates, Wright,
Feltoa (Boulder Creek), SaataCna... 9.58p
2.40p San Leaadro, Kltt, San J0»»......... 9.28 a
BjNb Goldtield Past—Truckee, Ha tea, Wa
buika (Yerlaitoa. Mason), Ulna,
Tonopah, Qoldfidd, Laws, Heeler ... 7.48 a
3.00 a Benicia. Winters, Sacramento—Wood
land, Knights Landtag. Tudor, Yuba
City, MaryjTille 10.48 a
&20» Port Costa (Stockton), Martinet,
Byron, Modesto, Merced. Fresno..... !2.08p
3.45* Via Sausalito. West Napa, St. Helena,
Ca1i5t0ga...;...................... 10.36t
400* Vallejo, Xap* Callttoga, Saata Rota,
Martin*-, San Ramon. Livermore 9.28 a
4.00p Ndet (Centerville, Newark), Liver-f 10.28 a
more. Tracy, Stockton, Lodi I 11.18*
4.40» Saa Leaadro, Hay ward. Nilet, Pleat
antoa, Livermore, Tracy. Newman.
Kermaa, Fresno. 11.18?
5.00 a allfjo. Port Costa. Benicia Sacra
* meato, Lincoln. M»rytville, Oroville.. 11.28 a
i 5.00» Davit, Woodland. Yolo, Arbuckle,
- Williams. -Willows. Ortasd 10.38p
6.00p Russell. San Jose. Los Gatos 9.28 a
: 5.20t Saa Leaadro, Nilet, San Jose.. . 7.48 a
6.03p Owl Limited -Lot Aageltt.... B.oBa
8.40 a Eastern Expr-st— Ogdea, Pwbto, Dea
rer, Kantti City, St. Loulf, Chicago,
Fort Costa, Beaicia, Sacramento,
. ; Truckee, Reno, 5park5.............. 8.28p
8.40p Havward. Sites aid San J0te......... 8.48p
J7.00p Valleja, Port > Costa, - Martinet, Bay
Point War 5tati0n5...........411.
; 7.40p Richmond, Port Costa, Martinet,
Cornwall. Byron. Tracy, Stockton... 12.48 a
8.20pj Oregon Express— Sacramento, Rote
';,.., Till*, Maryivlll*. Redding. Ashland, j
' Portland, Tacoma, Seattle. Spokane. 9.08 a
•Ma China and Japan Fait Mail—Ogden, .
Cheyenne. : Dearer, - Kansas City.
Omaha, Chicago...... 2.481
' B.oop Port Costa, Benicia. Sacramento, Col- ■ ■
fax.Truckee, Eeno .............. 10.08 a
9.40p Bakersfield. : McKittrick. Monarch,
Moron, Fellow 8.28 a
1 9.40 pi Yotsmlte Valley Sleeper via Merced to
. H P0rta1....,........„...:■..,r..:8J»a
v. 9.40 a Richmond, Port ' Costa. Tracy..
Modesto, . Merced, Fresno. - Hanferd,
■ Coillnga, Visalia. Tulare 8.28 a
• tMOa Portland Express—Davis, Willows,
R,^ Bluff, Weed. (Klamatn Falls).
Ashland. Roteborg, Portland, Tacoma
-■■„ ■'.;• ■,;' Setttte.'.-/..'.'.:.-..;.;.;;:..:......" l^2Bp
NETHERLANDS ROUTE-From Pacific Street Wharf
ColliasTille. Emmaton, Rio Vista. Isletoa, Ryde, Wal
nut Grove, Vordea, Courtland, Clarksburg. Sacramento
Sttamtr Havtjo, leaves San Francisco 8:00 a. m. daily
except Sunday, stopping at points shown, arriving Sac
ramento 6:00 p.m. Leaves Sacramento 9:00 p.m. daily
except Sunday (no stops en route), arriving Saa Fran
cisco 5:00 a.m. • » : :-
Sttamtr Matbe or Apache, leave* Saa Francisco 1.00
! i p.m. daily, except Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11.30
p.m. ■ ■, • •■■.■■•■-■ ' . .. " ■ ■ :--, V':.: ■
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY-From ■ San Fnnetata,
MlHitn Street - Wharf—l6.oo ». to.; t7.00 a.m..
then 8.00 a.m. aad every hour, daily, to 9.00 p.m., in
1 elusive. :•'■--•••■"■-■■• " ■ _ . ■:■ -■•-.- ..--•"-- '■■■■'■■
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Via AUmeda Pier.
To Oakland and Alamtda— 0, +6.45 a.m.. aod then
10 tad 45 minutes pa.it the hour until 7.45 p.m.; then
.8.30. 9.15. 10.00, 10.45, 11.30 p.m. and 12.15 a.n.
Ta Alamoda and Frultvale via Hortethot sams at tttvt.
... Union Tranifer. Co. authorized to check Baigage
Uratt frem rttidtnet. ; ; .- ■■■-■„ ." . . -.
' ; • for Morning.: "Dally ' p for Afternoon. * "
t Sunday exeepted. , I Sunday only. •
• D Daly except. Sat. and Sun. f Sat. and Sub. only.
MUIR WOODS -«a^
MT. TAMALPAIS^^
MT. TAMALPAIS® &
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY ...-^BgSrt-,
.! UNION OtK)T, FOOT Of M*RKIT STREET ' '
llawJ Trip frwn tan Franoltot, $\ 10 M
U. S« FriwHc* I It.itft Wwm U. Mt Tw«lt»li_
W-kAy] Swdir |W«A.U l S.«Uy WtAdiyl S— i*j ■<
}:4§« Ms«jt 7:20*1 11:45* 7:2<J« ©10:10»
1:«5» 9:15* 1:40? 12:50p 1:40» 11:15*
* 4:4 Si 9:45*1 2:<op 2:40p 4 45? '12:40*
i..... 10:45* 4:50p 3:50p *1O:OoJ 2:32p
...... 11:45* ...... 4:50» ...... 3:40»
...... 1:45* .:.... 5:50 p...... 4:40p
...... 2:45 p...... 6:48 p...... 5:40p
...... 3:46 m t?Muir Woodsnnly. S:4op
•S«t«rd»ysonly. t Monihiys only. % Mt. Tun« only j
TirkH OffW.s SauKilito Ferry—l>l. K»*rnv 4980
Gwerai OaSee-MiU Viltey. CaliforßU. Tel. Mill VtlleyBl !
tmn il ImHili- «« 'IWr \m" hi il«m »pa Mr fnttt ,
9
VIA COAST LINE
Letra (Third ud Townjend Street*) Arm*
t5.10a Valencia Street. Ocean View, Colma,
'•' - Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0...... ' f&3Ba
' 8.30 a South San Francisco, San Jose, Gilroy.
(HoOhter), Sargent. Faiaro. Waisoa
• vllle, Santa Crux.........; 7.50»
7.10 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa
Jose, Way Stations..... 7.30t
7. 10* Msyfield, Los Altos. Los Gatot ...... t7.20p
B.ooa Shore Lint Limited—Pa*o Robin "
Hot Springs, Santa Barbara, Lot
Angeles ; 8.30?
B.ooa El Pato.6aß Antonio, Houston. New
_ Orleans, Chicago and East 9.30 a
8.05 a The Coaster— Jose, Pajaro (Wat
tonvilie, Santa Cruz), CastroTille,
(Del Monte, Monterey. Parifie Grove),
Salinas. Soledad. Faio Roblee Hoi
Springs, Saa Luis Obispo, Surf,
(Losipoc), Santa Barbara, Ventura,
Oxnard, Lot Angeles...... 11.45*
B.loa HaySeli, Lot Altos. Los Gatot, Wright,
Glenwood (Boulder Creek), Santa Crux,
. WatsonviUe, Castrovlll?, Del Monte,
Monterey, Pacific Grove 9,00 i
9.00 a San Jose. Gilroy, Salinas, Paw Robin
Hot Springs, Sac Lvi» Obiipo—
TrM Knot — Watsonrllle, Saata
\ Cms, Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific
Grove ....... 4.00 i
10.40 a South San Francisco, Burllngame, Saa
Mateo, Falo Alto, San Jote tS.3Oa
10.40 a Lot Altos, Itonta Vista, Los Gatot.. { * \*l\
11.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colina,
Cemeteries. Baden, Ban Bruno ...... 1.351
11 .40a South San Francisco, San Jose ....... t8.20a
2.001 Del Monte Express— Jose, Gilrey, ./ ,1
Sargrnt (WatsoETillf), Santa Crui),
Dei Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.
(Salinas) 12.30 a
2.05p South San Francisco, Falo Alto, San
'■ Jon 8.45 a'
t2.05p Los Altos, Mont a Vista. Los Gatot.... 13.25*
3.00» South San Frtnefico, Saa Mateo, Saa
Jos-. Gilroy, Tres Plnot, Salinas 10.10*
3.00p Watsoaville, Santa Crux, Castrorflle.
'M Monte, Monterey. Padfic'Grore 10.10 a
3.15p Bta Clara. Went San' Jose, Lot Gat™.
- Wight (Boulder Creek), Santa Crui. 10.30 a
4.00> Sunset Express — Tucson, Deming,
H Paw, Houston, New Orleans,
Chicag0............;... 10.55 a
4.00f Washington Sunset Route—Washing
ton, D.C. New York and East 10.55 a
4.00» Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 10.55 a
4.00 a Paso Robles Hot Springs, San Luis.
Obispo, Santa Barbara and Lot
Angeles .....;... 10.55*
4.20b South San Francisco, San Jose 19.00*
t5.05» Buriingaae, San Mateo. Palo Alto.
» • San Jose and Way Stations 9.43 a
t5.20p Redwood, Palo Alto, Ran Jose I.loa
t5.20p Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatot.... t3.25|
15.251 Burlingaroe, fan Mitre, San Jose 3.25)
t&.3oa Loop—Val« cia Street, Ocean View.
Cemeteries, South - San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Towntend iS.4Op
5.40p San Bruno.San Mateo.Redwood.Palo / . 17.25 a
Alto. Santa Clara. San Jo« 1 7.35 a
25.40« Los Altos, Lot Gates.. : J9.45a
+B.oop Millbrae. San Mateo, Palo Alto. Maj
field. Los Altos. Los Gatot .....fB.ooa
t«.05» 23d Street, Vlsittcfon, South Ban
Prinel«ro, Valencia Street f7.1
6.301 South San Francisco. San Joee 6.45p
B.oop The Lark—Pato Roblei Hot Springs,
Santa Barbara, Los AnHes 9.30 a
8.1 Op Los AnHes Pamenger—Gilroy. Salinas,
Paso Roblet Hot Springs, San Luis
Obi«po, Santa Barbara and Lea
Angeles 8.30s
JO.OOp Pan lot and Way Station! ......... 7.20»
11.45» Booth San Francisco, Palo Alto, San I 7.45»
J0te..... ,\ J10.50i
x LOCAL FERRY TAAINS-Vla Oakland Her.
To Oakland. 18th St., Berkeley and Btrrynran—Btily—
From 6.C0 a. m.. and every twenty minutes until
8.20 p. m., inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.00,
11.40 p. in., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Addition*! boata
: Saturdays tad Sundays «ly 8.40 p. to.. 9.20, 10.00,
10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
Tt Oakland. 7th and Broadway, East Oakland. Frußvalt
and Melratt— From 6.00 a. in, and every
twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inrlujivr, then 0.00,
9.40. 10.20 11.00. 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
Additional boats Saturday and Sunday only, 8.40 p. ft,
9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 p. B.
To Oakland Fin! St.. Fruftvalt, Alamtda, via Homthea
— From to.oB, 6.20 a. m., and every twenty
minutes until 8.20 a. m., inclusive; then 9.00, 6.20,
10.00, 10.20,11.00. 11.20 a. m.. 12m., 12.20,1.00.1.20,
2.00. 2.20, 3.00, 3.20,43.40 p. m. and erery twenty
minutes until 7p. m.. Inclusive: then 7.40,8.20.9.00,
9.40,10.30.11.00, and 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and I.2oaim.
Additional train to Oakland (First St.), 2.15 a. m.
To Etotithurtl.—Dafly Except Sunday— 7.00, 8.00,
9.00 a. m., 2.20. 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, ft.4o p. m. Sunday
only 9.00. 10.00 a. m. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00, 4.00, 6.00,
5.40 p.m.
To Wtrt Btrktlw-Prom »6.00 a. m.. t6.30.18.40, t7.00,
•7.30. t7.40, *8.00. tS.2O, J8.40. t9.00, J9.20, •10.00.
:i0.40. tll.oo, :i1.20, $11.40 a. m., *12.00 N. J12.20.
:i2.40, •1.00, J1.20, «.40. »2.00. t2.20, t2.40. '3.00.
*3.20, t3.40, *4.00 p. m., and every twenty minutet
until 7.00 p. m. inclusive; then *8.00 p. in., *9.00,
M.40, §10.00, b10.20. . »11.00, •11.40 p. m. and
•12.30 a. m.
To (^rblß-From •600 a. m.. t6.40. t7.00. 't7.20.
; t7.40, tB.OO. t8.20, «.00. *10.00. :i0.40, • til.oo.
1U.20, :i1.40 a. m., »12.00 N. J12.20, $12.40. •1.00.
:i^o, tl 40, *2.00. 12.20, 12.40, »3.00, iSM, J3.40,
•4.00. *4.20, *4.40, *5.00. »5.20, *5.40, *6.20, »8.00,
; 19X10 and §10.00 p. m. ' '
To Vljorß. Stega. Pullman, Rlchmend-6JOOKB, 5.41
i. a 6.20 o. m.
BAT • AND I.\TERI'RBA» ROUTES
t'- *&c*^* .JT Mv ... - ****^
Mare''lslandl Vallejo, ttapa7st.Helins
>- Boats leave 7:00, 9|45 a. m, 12:30. 3:20. i
6:00.830 p. m. - Metis a la Carte.:.:■ > > - *t,
pock and offktt. North End FemrtotMlal,
_JBWW« «**n«r 4Ofl; Boac C4K^T^
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