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Varsity Teams That Will Face Each Other Tomorrow Selected
IL C. OUTWEIGHS
CARDINAL SCRUM
Stanford Team, Man for Man,
Equal of Opponents, but
Team Work Lacking
WILLIAM UNMACK
The nervous tension under which the
players of both the California and
Stanford varsities have been for the
last week, wondering whether they
would be the lucky ones to be named
to represent their varsity in the game
of all games tomorrow, was broken
yesterday when Coach Presley of Stan
ford and Cos Schaeffer of California
gave out the names of the men who
have won the greatest honor a varsity
man can win on the football field. _
The teams announced were practi
cally what has been expected by the
public that has followed the progress
of the "squads, though at the Stanford
camp there have been one or two sur
prises, "not so much in the men an
nounced as in the switching of -the
players to positions in which to A cer
tain extent they are not so familiar.
Coach Presley has announced a lineup
which, if it can show the necessary
combination, will give California the
." * fight of its life. The Stanford univer
sity has never during the present sea
>«m been represented by such a strong
•\ »m as the one which will take the
" field tomorrow. It is strong in every
department and man for man is the
equal of California in ability and
knowledge of the game. In combina
tion—that machine like action that
brings success and victory to teams
it is doubtful If the cardinal is -as
strong as the California team. -In this
respect it stands to reason that the
. team can not be quite so experienced,
for the simple reason that the Califor
nia team, as announced, has been play
ing . together more or less the entire
season, while the Stanford team has
never been together in a full game. It
may happen, however, that the .Stan
ford men will show sufficient combina
tion to make things very uncomforta
ble for the blue and gold.
The California team in the back field
is strong and the placing of Peart on
the last line to defend the goal from
the depredations of the cardinal hosts
has strengthened the defense of the
.team 33 1-3 per cent. While Price
has shown good form at the position.
Peart has shown better, and his long
kicks for touch will be one of the fea
tures of his work tomorrow. Again.
the Woodland boy is a brilliant tackier
and in this he is even surer of his man
than any other player who could - be
placed in the position. He takes the
bail cleanly and generally manages to
get his kicks away, sometimes under
the most adverse conditions.
For a number of years -past Stan
ford has generally sent heavier teams
into the field than the blue and gold.
but tomorrow the situation will be re
versed. The California fifteen aver
ages 173.S pounds per man. while the
Stanford team only averages 165.6 per
man, or a difference of 8.2 pounds per
man. This is a big factor in a game,
but. it is in the forward division more
than elsewhere that the beef makes
the great difference.
The two forward brigades look to
be big men in their uniforms, but it
• would never occur, even to the trained
eye. that there was such a great dif
ference as 11 pounds per man in the
scrum. The California forward aver
age is IS4ii pounds per man. to Stan
ford's 173H- This will be a big handi
cap for the Stanford scrum to over
come, particularly toward the end of
the game, if the cardinal pack shows
w any Jack of condition.
I Both teams were out fßr their last
, practice on Stanford, field yesterday
afternoon and the trainers expressed
themselves as satisfied with the con
dition of the men. Trainer Dad Moul
ton of* Stanford said that every man
on the squad was in the best possible
condition. Cass is in good condition,
though he was limping perceptibly yes
terday, owing more to a tight ban
dage than- any other cause. His ankle
is still a trifle weak,' but Moulton ex
pects to have it in the best of shape
when he goes on the field tomorrow.
The California varsity men. 22 In
number, accompanied by Manager
Farmer, Coach Schaeffer and Trainer
Voltz, were on the Stanford campus
yesterday afternoon and held secret
practice. The blue and gold asked
that the team be granted the privilege
of practicing behind closed gates on
the enemy's ground, which was al
lowed. The team went through noth
ing more than light work, kicking, a
little scrum work and llneouts. The
new uniforms for the game were tried
out and everything found satisfactory.
At Encina hall the Stanford student
population gathered at 4 o'clock and
Yell Leader Stan Kennedy, with his as
sistants, put the rooters through a
dress-rehearsal of the songs and yells
before marching down to the field. On
the bleachers pandemonium was let
loose when the selected team trotted
out. resplendent in new cardinal uni
forms. The whole team received a
great reception and the coaches and
trainers were not forgotten.
Brown, the Stanford fullback, is play
ing his fourth intercollegiate game and
Is the best fullback on the Pacific coast
today. The surprise of the team came
in the placing of the three-quarter line
although even this was expected in
some quarters. Erb has been playing
In the center all the season, but in the
first game against the B. C. team was
v switched to the wing position and
Kern put in the center* place. This
evidently suited the coaches and the
change was made a permanent one
Geissler, as expected, had no opposition
on the other three-quarter wing.
On the five-eighths line a mild sur
prise was sprung when Noble beat out
►Risling for the outside berth. Noble
* has been showing to wonderful ad
vantage on the defense, while Risling
lias been more suited for an attacking
•game. The Stanford coach is evidently
al satisfied that he will be called upon to
a defensive game, but even at that
Tfhe back field, as constituted, should
also prove a great attacking machine
if the men can get under way."■'■"-.
Cass had no serious opposition for
halfback. Should he be unable to go
through the whole game, it would not
be surprising to . - see Captain Erb
switched to the scrum half position and
either Templeton or Risling given a
chance on the wing in place of the
captain.
i In the forwards. Sanborn? and Smith
inched their places in the hooking de
partment, while Woodcock nosed out
Haley and Corbett for the other place.
Partridge and Dole will be the second
rankers, while Card. Schaup and Frank
will be in the rear rank, with Gard
end Frank as the breakaways.
?-*■. The California team was given out
to «the press yesterday afternoon by
Manager, Farmer and the official an
nouncement was made at the? univer
sity last night In the great rally in
Harmon gym. With Peart in the full
back position, Evans was given the va
cant wing.three-quarters place and The
popular player.'was roundly congratu
ted on* his success. He has been play
ing a great > game of- late ■-. and i should
; prove invaluable • Saturday. :Allen,> of
course, had no trouble lln landing. the
center position,, while Watts went in
on the. right wing.
There is some speculation as to what
would be done -* if either of the three
quarter wings were injured : and : had
to retire, and it is • generally conceded
that Peart would • be?,sent up to the
wing and Price sent in to take his place
at fullback; This seems to be the only
feasible solution, but why cross the
bridge? '-?.?-?-:'
Captain Elliott and Johnny : Stroud
will be the big pair at I the five-eighths
Place, and if Elliott is in the same
form that he displayed last year, then
some wonderful work will be seen. be
tween him. Allen and ? Stroud -If 'the
weather holds fine and- the ball Is not
wet. Monty Morris had a cinch on the
halfback- position and his playing in
the place has a lotto do with the won
derful ; form shown by the whole back
field.
!?w In the: forwards- the whole pack is
exactly what was expected.: The Phle
ger brothers, Cwpand Herm, with i Car
penter, will form the front'row,?? while
'■ ,Hardy and Hansen; will be in the sec
. ond row, with King in the center rear
-position and Pauly and Swartz flanking
im as the breakaway; men.
Tn looking: over the teams it Is ln
°isting to note that a? number 'of the \
Lineup As Officially Announced by the Coachers
CALIFORNIA VARSITY #STANFORD VARSITY
NAME. HOMETOWN. AGE. WT. HT. 7. .; - POSITION. *• ■* .;AGE7.\VT.?7v,HT.7 ■'.?_ ? >AME. ; '.7?.' HOMETOWN.
S. PEART •"..:. A......: Woodland 21 105 > : 5»8-V&v. ?*.?. .7? Full Back* ........ 23 170 BslO F. C BROWN r ..';.7;.7 t ;.?;?7:;5e1|»^
ii L. WATTS ..... .7.. Berkeley .........22 102 6il ..Right Wing Three-Quarter. .21 100' ,5:0 ,B. ERB (Captain) .... Chemainus, B. X.
C. ALLEN 7 .At... Boston, Mass .A. 24 100 ?\5:9-V-a .. "'&'. Center Three-Quarter .., .21 107 5i11% E. F. KERN ?,.?'.. ''.*.,.7 .%A'-AXA.BerUeley;[
C. EVANS ............ Pomona .. 77.22' 155? -5:10'?-'. .Left ? Win* Three-Quarter 1.20 170 5:7*4 E. P. GEISSLER V.'. ".A.:y. . Los Angele s:
A. ELLIOTT (Captain). Oakland ..........22 . 1007 5:0 7.. .7 Inside Five-Eighths .... 20 147 5:0*& P. F. HARRIGAN ...?.:'.\.:<l.oa Angeles _•■
J. STROUD ...........Oakland .........22 175 ? 5:11% .. .7 Outside Five-Eighths ... .20 170 5:7% R.M.NOBLE .......... ?GaleshurgjVlll. '<
M. M0RR15.....?.-. ...Berkeley ..._.. 21 155 5»8 "....'.: Scrum Half Back ....721 . 152 5:9 L. CASS ....\ 7..........7 Loa Angeles"
7 ?7??7? : . FORWARDS ,' v " " * y "
C. A. PHLEGER ...... Sacramento ..... 21 186 .'- Gill ...... Right Front Rank .. .23 " 157 5:10% E. C. "' WOODCOCK .... .".. Portland, I Ore.
H. PHLEfiER ......... Sacramento ......20 . 172 5:10% ............ Lock ............23 170 . 5:9 A.M.SANBORN ..'.....V...... Redlandu
K. CARPENTER .. Treadr*ell, Alaska.22 7 182 6:1 ? ...... Left Front Rank ......24 .170., 6:0 W. L. SMITH ............ Ferndale
D. HARDY V.. Berkeley .........21 w 190 6:2% ..... Right Middle Rank ...723 195 > - , 6:1 K. L. DOLE ............... ■ «7 Xlv*™'<?*,
G. HANSEN ..........Eureka 22 200 0:3 ...... Left Middle Rank ...... .20 ISO 6:3% 7C. F. PARTRIDGE. ..... San Francisco »
C. W. PALLY .........San Diego ........23 176 silo ....... Left Breakaway ...... 20 ? 152 75:9 7?A. FRANK .7 ...7. ........ Los Angeles
W. KING .... .....San Francisco.. .". .21 210? > 6:4 ...... Center Rear Rank 28 7.. 185 ,---; 6:0% K. L. :- SCHAUPP... ......... Santa Rosa
B. SWARTZ ......Fresno... .24 100 . 5:11% ."...'.". Right Breakaway .....20 X 170 „V 6:3% F. J. GARD 7.7... .... 7 ...... Glendora
Averages Entire Team ................. 20% 173.8 t 5:11% . ' 21% 165.6 5:10%: 777
Average of Back Field. .............7.. 22 161%; 5:9% 20.8 162.2 5:8% 7 77*
Average of F0rvrard5....7............. 21% 184% 6:0% 22.6 173.5 6:0% y .7? 7 7. .
B1 BSTITLTES—
31. PRICE Highland ........21 130 7 5:6% IS : 130 5:8 R. R. TEMPLETON ... ...Palo Alto
W. HALE.. .?„... .7 731art1ne5.........18 142 5:7 • 22 163 5:10 T. SANBORN .<•?.".......... Redlands
T. ABRAMS Oroville ... ...21 158 j.. 5:7% 22 143 5:7 78. RISLING :?7.1.!;... Palo f Alto
R. 3ICMAHON ......... Mexico City ......207 4 138 5:7 22 157 5:9 7G. D. WORSWICK.7.V;...'. .V. San Jose
L. DOLAN .7.. 1.. Los Angeles .. ....23 170 6:3 22 ? 156 5:11 C. L.BOULWA RE............Pa 10 Alto
H. FLEMING ......... San Jose ..;......20 ISS 6:3% * 22 179 6:1% F. B. WATKINS ... .. .j. A. 7 Los Angeles.
D. BRANT ............Los Angeles 21 165 6:1 21 186 7 6:1 * S.M.HALEY .'... 7.7.. San Francisco
I' " 77 *?. 7 7 21, 170 75:11 ?E. B. CORBETT'. .7 7.7^, "San? Francisco ■
men have represented .their varsities
on more than one* occasion,' while one
man on each; team—^Woodcock of Stan
ford and Hansen of California
having tried out for a varsity team for
four long (years have at last succeeded
in making* the team. On the Stanford
team Brown and Dole are both playing
their fourth game against California,
Erb is in his third game, while Harri
gan, Geissler, Cass, Frank and Smith
are playing for the second time. Kern
has made the team for the first time,
having been unfortunate enough last
year to break his ankle the week be-
I fore the contest. ?„7,-7? , T .»..
■• At California Watts, Elliott, Hardj
and C. Phleger are four year men.
Peart, Allen. Stroud, Pauly and Swartz
are three times varsity men, while
Evans and Carpenter are two year men,
the remainder playing against Stanford
for the first time. '
Burbank of Stanford, graduate man
ager yesterday announced that the
gates would be thrown open to the
public tomorrow at 12:45 o'clock, which
will do away with the overcrowding at
the gates, which has > been the case at
some of the previous games. Burbank
announced that 15.768 tickets, repre
senting a value of $36,952, had already
been sold, and with the exception of a
few seats that will be taken off sale at
Spalding's today at 11 o'clock and the
standing room tickets, which number
3,000, there are no more available
tickets. ; ? -
Referee T. E. D. Byrne of Vancouver
arrived last night and will go to Stan
ford to confer with the coach before
the game. He will also visit Berkeley.
GRADUATES STIR UP
GREAT ENTHUSIASM
BERKELEY, Nov. 9.—^There was an
enthusiastic rally tonight at Harmon
gymnasium, at which old graduates
spoke, among them John R. Glasscock
Sr. of Oakland of the class of 1865, and
the oldest, living alumnus of the uni
versity.
Others who addressed the students
were President Benjamin Ide Wheeler,
Major E. M. Lewis, Prof. Don E. Smith.
Fred Smitheran of the winning varsity
of '98 George Bell, varsity captain, and
Robert Fitch, yell leader of 1909, Milton
Schwartz of '06 and Jay Dwlggins, cap
tain of last*year's team. There was
music by the various university or
ganizations and tremendous enthusiasm.
Tomorrow at 11 o'clock the varsity
squad will have a place of honor at the
university meeting at Harmon gym
nasium.
There will be three alumni speakers:
Ezra W. Decoto of the class of 1900
and from 1901 to 1906 graduate man
ager, Robert" W. Sibley '03 and John R.
Gabbert of the class of 1907.
Santa Cruz May Revive
Racing Game
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA CRUZ. Nov. 9.—John M. Fer
guson, an old time driver and breeder
of thoroughbred -trotting horses, Is at
the head 'of a movement to provide a
racetrack for Santa Cruz. He is meet
ing with unlooked ■ for encouragement
and strong financial backing;? and r has
already secured a site 'in , East Santa
Cruz for a mile track, where the soil :is
naturally adapted for all the year round
meets. The racing game has been dead
in Santa Cruz ever since the mile track
close to Vue de l'Eau was put on the
real estate market in the early eighties.'
St. Mary's Second Squad
to Play Final Game
OAKLAND. Nov. 6. —The second team
of St." Mary's plays Its final game to
morrow afternoon, when It lines up
against Mission high on the local col
lege campus.
The splendid work of Pappa, Cooney,
Blanco, Togrney, Glavinich, : Bruzzone,
Chiles, Guptil and Tognazinni? has re
sulted in their selection \as < members of
the varsity squad by Coach Faulkner. ;
The varsity will not play Saturday,
as the players will watch the univer
sity struggle at Palo Alto. ,
WINNERS AT LIVERPOOL
LIVERPOOL , Nov. .».—The Witherstack, plate
of 150 sovereigns for; 2 year olds, distance five
furlongs, wis » won today • by: Charles i Carroll's
Miss Malaprop. Sunny Lass was second and
Witty Girl third. * Nine started. The Steward*'
plate, a handicap of 350 sovereigns for 3 year
olds and upward, distance six furlongs, was won
by J. B. Keene's RunnymedciLevolt was second
and Grammont third. - Fourteen ran. - *
HURLBURT BEATS JAMESON
The three cushion billiard game at the Oraney
last evening resulted in a 26 to 21 victory .for
Hurlburt i over Jameson.. Both men played a
pood, steady ; game, but the ; winner «was more
consistent^ Each made a high run of 3.? This
evening Lyons ' (30) will play Covey (23)
ANOTHER CROSS CONTINENT HIKER
SAN JOSE, Nov. ! t>. —Carl Van Wye, a well
known local pedestrian, will leave San Francisco
Sunday on > a wait to New York and return on a
schedule calling for 40 miles a day. He expects
to reach the shores of the Atlantic in the spring
One of*V«n Wye's self-imposed restrictions* is
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1911.
STANFORD SPIRIT
IS EFFERVESCING
Students Hold Great Rally and
Show Faith in Cardinal
Gridiron Heroes
[Special Dispatch to The Call] [.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Nov. 9.—
The big rally?in the.assembly. hall this
evening * was*: the 7 most ; enthusiastic
send off ever given I a Stanford. football
team. When the team and ■* substitutes
came in there was long and tumultuous
applause.--- --?;.-y--='---.;"-' y..-, ■ ... x :■'-"-■'■,
X Burning of red fire in front of the
fraternity. houses and Encina hall pre
ceded the gathering in the: assembly
hall. At 7:30 300 men from Encina
marched in • and Yell Leaders Kennedy,
Shattuck and Wilson started the cheer
ing with the famous varsity yell..The
students ? sang I and yelled with a great
amount of vim. but when:the team en
tered the enthusiasm was tremendous.
When the yell leaders had succeeded In
quieting the undergraduates the speak
ers took the platform. The ■ consensus
of opinion was that Stanford was up
against the hardest proposition she has
had to face in years, but that Stanford
spirit of pluck and right would win the
day."' - -= ',
The principal speakers were Trainer
"Dad" Moulton.* Coach George J. Pres
ley, Prof. = P. J. Treat of the history de
partment, Dr. T. M. Williams '97. a star
of the old game, and "Billie" Erb '01. a
former captain and brother of this
year's captain.
" After the session <in the assembly
hall the students serpentined the inner
quad by the light of red Are. This was
followed by a like performance around
the huge fire on the gym field. ?On top
of the burning pile was an effigy of the
University of -California.? -7 A dummy
representing .| Berkeley ? was hanging
from the side of a canoe "with a sign
over ?its head, "Get on the boat: Cali
fornia."
The rally ended with the singing of
"Hall. Stanford,? Hail!"
«Intense excitement pervades the cam
pus and theories can be heard on all
sides as to the outcome: of the strug
gle Saturday. The undergraduates' are
overjoyed with the return of the crip
ples In the lineup. It is the consensus
of opinion that the presence of these
men will give the cardinal an even
break with the men from* across the
bay. The dark overhanging clouds and
the general weather conditions Indicate
rain, but it is thought that this should
be an advantage to Stanford by slowing
up the -fast Berkeley backs. It Is : the
belief here that the local pack is a trifle
superior in all departments save. per
haps in hooking and rain should give
them the better, of the argument.
The graduates are returning to the
campus in great numbers.
The Kappa Alpha team, composed of
R. L«. Murray -'13 and W. F. Geary '12,
defeated C. C. Peabody '14 and P. T.
Jones '15, the - Sigma* Chi. representa
tives, for .the; championship. in the • in
terclub doubles tennis tournament. The
match. was bitterly contested through
out three ; long sets. The score was
12—10, 6—3 and 6—Z;A*?r-;'?•
- The Foil and.Mask society are plan
ning an interclass fencing tournament.
The following committee, consisting, of
two members from each class, has been
appointed 'to?make the arrangements:
Miss R. Bennett '12, Miss M. H. Volk
mer '13, Miss M. Boyd '14, Miss M.Gard
•15. 11. Lyons '12; W. D. Lewis "13, H.
Walker '14 and C. Olcott "15.
AMERICAN RHODES SCHOLAR WINS
OXFORD.' Eng.. , Nov. O.—E. T. Adams, ? a
Rhodes * scholar from Baylor university, Waco,
Tex.. - won the * hammer >. and weight throwing
events; st the freshmen's sports ; held here today.
Adams.threw the hammer AS feet 11 inches and
tossed , the weight 32; feet 2 - Inches. •X" ' „:..'
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Baseball Magnates Off
For San Antonio
The magnates of the Pacific Coast
Baseball league left for the . minor
league session at San ? Antonio yester
day afternoon. Included in the party
were Danny Long and ?Frank M. Ish of
San Francisco.' John P. Cook and Joseph
Kelly of Oakland and Charles Graham
of Sacramento. / Harry Wolverton,, the
Oakland manager, will follow this aft
ernoon.- *'-' ?y 7 y
The party will ybe reinforced ?by
Henry Berry of Los Angeles and Happy
Hogan of Vernon In ■ the southern ' city.
In , the meantime -the^McCredles * will
leave Portland in time to reach Sari An
tonio, the morning of November*- 15.
when the meeting will be called?'to
order. .?'.-?■". .; ■;.?;y;7-:-'-7 -'.': „"■■-',
x All the Coast league r magnates have
made up their t minds to follow; in the
footsteps of Cal Ewing and fight for
their rights. It Is expected that Ewlng
and Allan T. Baum, the? newly elected
president, will loom up as two of „the
leading figures at the convention, and
they will be backed up by the -other
delegates from the Pacific Coast league.
Dolphin Oarsmen Ready
To Row for Cup
'The crack oarsmen of the Dolphin
Swimming and Boating club will meet
in a series of skiff races Sunday.. The
winner will be awarded the handsome
trophy donated by the reTired cham
pion, Alex Pape. The ; course will be
from the government docks to Meiggs
wharf and; return. The races? will be
rowed { in 7heats: 7 The ,following? will
compete: ■ W. F. Ambrose, Walter Stein,
Al - Hagerdorn, Romeo?- Rocca, if. Julius
Hauser and:? Henry Wellman. These
men are all cracks I and i some exciting
sport is looked for. The officials will
be: R. Ohea-, referee; A. A. Bert rand
and H.?McKe\'itt, "> judges; Charles M.
Farrell, timer.'* .7 ?.' '■; - . r
Read on -the classified pages of to
day's Call what the leading Real Estate
Firms will do on -Sunday/; Nov. 12. ■"• *??-
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EUREKA A r/%58%
SEATTLE li^aU/
TACOMA -VICTORIA \Kk7t 2s>f
VANCOUVER *■--: i * >54a«eWV' :
ALASKA -;^ MEXICO ? -VBS^
. Berths and Meals Included in Fare 7;
LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 AND 11
liOa Angel San Diego, * Santa Barbara
President or Governor. .7Every Monday,? 2 p. m.
•Queen .;.7'...7.7. Every Thursday, 11 a. m.'
7 •Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara. 7
Seattle 7(Direct), Tacoma, 7? Towniend,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska ?
President or Governor?.. Every Saturday, 2 p. m.
Umati11a....;..... Tuesday. ; Nov. 7, 5 21, 2 p.m .
5enat0r...............Tue5day, Nov.* 14, 2 p. m.
City of Puebla .77.. Tuesday. Nov. 28, 2i p. m.
Eureka (Humboldt Bay)
City of Topeka. . .Nov. 9, 14, 19. 24, 29, 11 a. m.
Gnaymns, [ Mazatlan,? La Paz, Ensenada
Alaska Cruises, 1912
Spokane:..?! June 5, 19; July's, 17, 31; Aug. 14
Right: reserved to'change this schedule. ■>
TICKET OFFICEB—Palace Hotel, 653 Market at.,
16 Market st. and Broadway Wharf,
Telephone Kearny 492. .7 "'■
OAKLAND—ll2o;Broadway7 Tel. Oa»lands6Bo.
BERKELEY—2I2S Shattuck ay. Tel. Berk. 1547?
7 C." I>. DT'NANN. General Passenger Agent.? •
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
steamship company
%jPS*T Tehuantepec Route
. Regular Fast Freight Service
i I NEW YORK TO ? PACIFIC - COAST
PORTS AND v HAWAIIAN ,! ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every, six days,
making, direct ' connection with? Pacific
steamers Bailing from Salina Cruz."
Mex., every; six ! days for San* Francisco.
- PACIFIC COAST X PORTS TO NEW
YORK. 7?Also \ tot Mexican and ; all prin
cipal s European s ports under *? through
rates and = through? bills of lading. Sail
ings | from San Francisco i every 12 ; days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply *to DEARBORN* * *LAPHAM, Gen
eral '■■*:,- Agents, 8 Bridge : Street, New
York.- WILLIAMS/i-DIMOND? & 7 CO.,
General Agents,: Pacific Coast.
310« Bansome t St., .San - Francisco.'? :„
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY y
8? 6. Nippon Maru Wednesday, Not. 1 IS, 1911
8. 8. Tenyo MarurrrTTT. Wednesday, Nov.f 28, 1911
8. 8. Bhinyo Mam (eew) Wednesday, Dee.'l 18, 1811
8. 8. Chlyo Maru..;™ ;Vr; Wedneaday, Jan. 10,1912
M Steamerss sail 1 from company's J pier. No. 84?
near foot of Brannan *t.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama * and ? Hongkong, calling at . Honolulu, Kobe
i (Hlogo): and 5 Nagasaki ? and, Shanghai.v and ; con*
necting /at | Hongkong ? with - steamers \ tor t Manila,
India, ■■ etc.'« No cargo > received •on board ion * day
of sailing. Bound trip tickets ,atireduced •< rate*.
fs For * freight f and ! passage I apply,** at J office. 4th
floor." Weatern' Metropolis National Bank ' building,
625 Market at. W. H. AVERY,
Assistant General Manager. -*
UNION S.S. CO. ofN.Z. Ltd!
■'?'Now Through Paaaenger and Freight Service
SBs««^Ef*«*---'i Without s Change.. '-xagsgsmSl
SAN FRANCISCO TO SYDNEY, N. S. W., VIA
WELLINGTON. TAHITI and
8. 8. MAITAI * (3,393 tons) f sails; 11 a. m. Nov. 15
8. 8. AORANGI (4,288 tons* sails 11 a. in. Dec.* 13
■ Sailing* ■■ every j2B days, connecting; at Welling
ton and Auckland i for New Zealand 1 portal and
Australia. - '
OCEANIC 8. S. CO.. Gen. Agts.. 100 Davis st.
.Ticket | Office. 6731 Market I St.; *»pl. Sutter « 648.
KmmMMm^^mmWSs^^t
WmTs.^MMMMMFtt.SMZI&W*jWI^&
I for outer*, tickets, etc.. apply Pacific Narl- 1
H gallon Co.. 680 Market at.. San Francisco. 1
- .. T" —-'. *--*.--. ... --, --..»
Walter Coffey Punishes
Young Loughrey
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
? NEW YORK, Nov. 9. —In a rough and
tumble .? fight Walter Coffey? of 7 San
Francisco ? earned the boxing?-;honors
over. Young Loughrey , of ? Philadelphia
in a 10 ' round bout at < the .^National
Sporting clvb 1 tonight. *It was one of
.the greatest fights ever held In this
city. , Young? Loughrey, though beaten
to shreds, fought with the valor:of de
spair. " x . ?--xx' - -
In the v second round ■'•? Coffey - hit
Loughrey, a terrific smash '■ In the ribs,
which damaged cone .of them? so ? badly
that he gasped like a dying fish'during
the periods of rest. When he returned
to his corner he told one of I his seconds
that the thought ; the rib was broken,
the pain was so intense. * •■• ■.-':X'-'- x. *
Despite? the injury he^fought?to the
end, refusing to give up the battle.
DUGAN TO RIDE IN GERMANY
CHICAGO; i Nov. ■; 9.—Jockey Eddie Dugan of
Oakland; Cal., Is to join'the:colony; of American
riders in Europe. He will leave tomorrow from
Cincinnati ■ for Berlin, having signed a r contract
to ride in Germany for Baron * Rothschild.
DIXIE KID KNOCKS OUT SUMMERS
LIVERPOOL. ': Nov. "The Dixie Kid." the
negro welter weight, tonight knocked out Johnny
Summers, the British fighter,* in the. second round
of - a scheduled 20 round contest - for ': the welter
weight championship Of the world.
( STOLEN- ■>
AUTOMOBILE
''- ' From Pine and , Leavenworth streets, about
110 p. m. Saturday night, four passenger 1910
CADILLAC? AUTOMOBILE, ' bearing 'state,
? license No. 83050. : factory „; No. 20112, * motor
I No. ' 42880:' is painted: black, equipped with.
glass wind shield regulation top, ..clock on
left side dashboard and prestolite tank slung
In rear. ;*;-:?f --.':. ■ x.;'%,.: -:'■.-?'" =■-7-.?;■-.'■" :'*-? :
,: $50 \ REWARD ; FOR .' RECOVERY |OF CAR.
? $50 REWARD FOR ARREST AND CON-
X"' X'■' 7 VICTION OF THIEVES. 7 7
Wire or Telephone Automobile Department,
"7 FIREMAN'S . FUND INSURANCE CO.,
V^-;','7?- r7 ~ San ;Francisco. ." 7 ? -*7x
„?•■'■' ?.^ RAILWAY TRAVEL 7 ?.-'
,s!£[&}, : Schedule Effective *
POE& . Nov. Bth, 1911 7
1 wJLAA ; ;7 * 7 San. Francisco 7yy ,I
?7^£j>< IMQX FERRY DEPOT
Leave! VIA SAUSALITO 7 'Arrive ?
7:4ua Petaluma. Santa -Rosa." Healdshurg.
Cloverdale. Ukiab, Wllllts; Sher f7-1 i
- wood. Ixmgvale, , Sebastopol (to '" „
'. •Guernevllle f and ;7*Duncan? Mills .?-'"--'-'?"
week:days; 0n1y).?::...."..:...'.. 6:35p
.8:15 a Pt. Reyes, -Monte: Rio, Caaadero... t6:35p
8:15 a ••Sonoma,>,*Glen*.Ellen:.-.::.".-:.-:'. f5:35p
tS:45a I'etiilnma. 7 Santa '" Rosa, JGuerne- ;
vllle. Monte ? Rio. Duncan Mills, ' "X. '[
'Cazadero (leaves ? from • Duncan ■'-'~
•? , -'Mills)-..;..........:.......;.:. J7:35p
10:45 a Petaluma. Santa: Rosa :;:;.;'...'.*. 4:33p
\2A5p Pt. Reyes, ?^ Camp j: Meeker (leaves : * >'■
- from Caxadero).".;'.."-..':'. f.. ..':;*. t~ :85p
t S:lsp Petaluma,: Santa - Rosa,'- Healdsburg,
Cloverdale,' Ukiah, : Guernevllle, '7
[ Monte; Rio,, Duncan <"■ Mills,'*: Se-, fx.x, -.
? ';::•- '■ ?bastopol '*'■'.......". .". ..'.."..'.'..'.'.'.'. 11:0."a
;.4:45p Sonoma. Glen E11en.:;....';;...-.;. 8:35*
1 .">: l."|) Petaluma. Santa.. Rosa .........."; S:3sa
ELECTRIC SUBURBAN VIA SAUSALITO • :
Sausallto, Mill Valley, San Rafael—Daily
every "30 minutes * from * 0:45 -a. m. ?until 9:45
a.m.; hourly until 2:45 p. m.. then 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minutes until 6:45 -. p.'^m.; then
7:45, 9:15, 10:45 p. m. and 12:15 a. m.
Fairfax—Leaves tfl:4s, . 7:15. 7:45, : 8:15. 8:45?
0:15,- 9:45, 10:45/ 11:45 a. ru.; 12:45, 1:45, 2:45,
3:15, . 3:45, . 4:15, 4:45, *5:15. 5:45.;:6:15,-6:43,
7:45. 9:15, ||10:45 p. in.; $12:15 3a. m.*
•' , San Quentin • via San ■ Rafael— Leave 8:45 a." m.'
daily; * 1.45 p. m. * daily,' except' Sunday; : 3.45 p.
- in. Sunday only. . ,?:?-?
- .Tlburon- and Belvedere —Dally hour from
I 6:45 a. m. until 1:45 p. m., then 3:15 p. m. ami
every hour until i 6:13,? then;7:4s, 9:15, 10:45
p. m. and 12:15 a.-m.-v? ? ■ >•-\ ? ; ?-
- 'Sunday arrives '7:33' p. m. "Also arrives 7:05
p. in. Sundays. fßxcept Sunday.;: {Sundays only.
'Saturday . only. s-» {{Saturday and » Sunday only.
-;, Pacific Transfer Company's > agents are « author
ized to check baggage direct; from residence.
HFBH wawawwMMwauwa
Mmuir woodsssl LssV
xMHr^ or
#MT. TAMALPAIS^k
.mf. VIA SAUSALITO rCHSY ? ' -?^^L
MM *?I_"*liT ST. »>w r*»*cise» wA
m l'- m mKMO\ ii. Ml)l» troaas I v ml UHOfUI ?Wk
S WwMn|««»AY ' WkUit : Siil-v Wat-NT I Stria .W;
■ "TWi" ~SJSi fFSdI "Taj , ■
m 145p 9 45a I 40p12 50p I 40* I) 40a? JB
•: 17*4 45p 10 45« 12 40f) 1 50p 445p I 40* 70
m\ ......1145a 450p 2 50p *8 55p 2 40s V
m 2J5g 3 50p 3*%8
... 245 a' 4 40p ...... 4 *OpMW
y ißk * UMvfi nil. f U*a4irs wit. IW. Jtuiptt^LW
iBJL • iMiir Worts Oil? ? -A^mW ■'■'
TICKET OFFICES: j^mW
Sinn* Fim. Til. (tiriMUt
v Uirtet. TtJ. tuiuUtl^MMr
ornu:^mW r
/FARE -^AWjAr- FARE-,
60UNJ2 TRIP „j^ WTO TRIPS;
fel.9Q $i.90
-U. . . —
7 B^AY^JtND^^NTEKyURB^^ROIJTES
Mare AIInJWIVj >larB, Vallejo, lUw, SLBelat
f > Boats leave 7:00. 9:45 a. m. 12:30. 3:20.
i f1:00,&30p.m. Meals a l«C«rt«.w*^af2^/|
'. pock and office, North • Bad« Ferry BaJMbia>
>- ; J3^^Bein»jloft;.HoflM C 4708. -
PACIFIC OCEAWT TRAVEjL
HfIIUAI 111 II 7sJfs^LURUNB^(I?U^
nUiIULULIn" tons) Palls noon. November
• .tijwf>wTOwaßsi 8, for Honolulu j and Kahyiui.
. S. S. WILHELMINA (13,250 tons) sails noon,
- • November : 22, for i Honolulu : and \ Hilo.^^^^B^
; S. S. HONOLULAN (13.000 tons) sails it rom
SEATTLE, about November 25,? for Honolulu.
rsROUND TRIP. San' Francisco.to Honolulu, first
class, SUO and up. '•■>■*. .
. MATSON NAVIGATION CO.. 268 Market. 8. F.
HfINAIIIIfI *• s- Sierra (10,000 tons ds
? | lIUnULULU placement) sails \ll a." m.' Nov, 1
25. Special round trip $110, first class.
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND—S. S.
Mariposa sails 11 a. m., Nov. 22, Dec. 28. etc.
\ Special > Tahiti i round ! trip $135, first class.
' " OCEANIC LINE. 673 Market; tel. Sutter 648.
Outlaw League May Be
Organized Here
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—-An; outlaw league j
that y will fight organized; baseball on,
the % Pacific coast may be formed by Cy
Moreing of Stockton, 7 Cal., according
to J. Cal Ewing, president of the San
Francisco team, and*: AlTßaum,*? newly
elected?* chief executive of ? the Pacific
pY - BdmohiJ
'%, 7 , t The Clear Havana Cigar - •
• / El Belmont is the unusual com
-7^ : Ii
'£. bination of captivating aroma,
|_ uniformity of quality and per
lilk, feet workmanship. Made of
y^ —-<Othe best leaf grown
i \^^^} n Cu^a^n 'he shapes
/ like. It is the
j j premier cigar at
Ilk^V 2 for 25c—10c—3 for 25c ,
! ;.. ■■.-■ ,-. ~,- ......... ■-. '..-•,--•:-, :I ' ■!■
????-. RAILWAY TRAVEL -" -.7 „,:. 7..?. 7 .
7 TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER 12, 1911
[AAA. VIA OAKUAiNDPIER ?
Lmto - (Foot of Market Street) '; - - Arrive
• (Subject to change without notice)
2.15* Niles, Livermore?* Tracy, Lathrop,
. _ « Stockton, Lodi,? Gait, ; Elk I Grove, 7 ;-"" *
Sacramento,Roseville,Auburn,Colfax 11,20p
6.40 a Hayward, N'iles, San J05e............ 7.30 a
; 7.00* Goldfield Pass—Truckee, Hazen, Wa
buska, (Yerington, Hudson), Mina,
Tonopah Laws, Heeler... 7.30 a
. . 7.00 a - Richmond, Port Costa. Benicia, Sui- * ?
sun, Dixon, Sacramento ...........' 7.30p
: 7.00 a Roseville, Marysville. Redding, Duns
muir ...•.".....:..;..........":.. 10.40p
7 7.00 a Ehnira, Vacaviile, Rumsey ....... . 7.30p
7.00 a Davis, Woodland (Marysville, Oro- -
ville), Williams, Maxwell. Willows,
Hamilton, Corning, Red Bluff ...... 7.30p •
7.40 a Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, Santa Rosa, '? "
: » * : Martinez, San Ramon,' Livermore.. 6.1 Op|
7.40 a Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore. Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi. Sacramento ■ 7^op
7.40 a Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banos, .
• * - Herman, Fre5n0...''..........:•••. 4.30p
: B.ooa Newark, West San Jose, Los Gatos,
Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul- /?
der Creek), 5anUCrui............ B.SOp
8.40 a Port Costa, Martinei, Byron, Tracy, -v~
Stockton, Merced, Berenda- (Ray
mond), y Fresno, Fowler, Selma,
? Traver, Goshen Junction (Hanford, _?.?:
. _ ?.. . Armona), Bakersfield ............. 4.50p
;~ «.40a Visalia, Lindsay, Porterville, Ducor... 7^op
? 8.40 a ! Yosemite Valley via Merced.....;.:.. 4.50 ;
7 8.40 a Avon, Concord, Walnut Creek, San
Ramon ..:. -......... .......... 4.50p
-^9.00 a Irvington, San J05e:..............?- 7^op
9.00 a Niles, Pleasanton; Livermore. Stock- y
: :.;*. -;-.:ton (*Milton), Valley Spring, lone,
"J~ ' _ Saciamento.';-..^*.:.:.'?..'.':....... . 4.30p
. 9.00 a. Tuolumne, Sonora, Jamestown, Angels 2.50 p.
X 9.00 a Atlantic Express—^Sacramento," True
* • kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver,
-*„ - Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago....... ? 8.30p
X. 9.00 a Tonopah-Gofdfield Standard Sleeper, .v 7.30 a
• 9.00 a" Napa. Calistoga.Glen Hlen, Santa Rosa 1 11.30 a \
10.20 a j San Francisco Overland Limited—Den- j
7 - ' : ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
'7--' Chicag0..:........:....'.....v.... 2.10p |
10.40 a Vallejo, Mare Island, Napa...........' II .30a |
10.40 a ; Los * Angeles • Passenger—Port Costa,, - |
Martinet, Byron.-Tracy, Stockton, j
: Merced, Fresno, (Hanford, Coalinga, .J
..' Visalia), Bakersfield, Los Angeles... .?; 7.30p'.
? 11.20 a Shasta Limited—Portland,?- Tacoma,
5eatt1e....:..??.?.:?:..;;;....:. ; 9,10p
; 12.00n Richmond," Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
. sun, Elmira, Dixon, Sacramento.... 1 1.1 Oa
i 12.00n ' Davis, Williams, Colusa June., Willows,. - *
■3*4t*»iV:; Germantown, Orland, Hamilton .. "4.30p t
• * 12.00n f Marvsville, Chico. Red 81uff......-...'. 7 4.30p
1.00» Nile's, Irvington, San J05e.....:.....'. 2.50p
?-:' l.20» : San Leandro. Niks,Centerville, New- f 9.10 a
art5anJ05e.......;........ .; 17 7.300
1.40p Newark, Alviso.TAgnsw, Santa Clara,
West San J05e.:..:..?...:....... 9.1 Op
y, 2.40p' San Leandro, Niks. San Jose ..":."... \ 9^oa
... 3.00s Benicia, Winters, Sacramento —
- -land. Tudor, Yuba City. Marysviue.. 11.1 Oa
[ 3.20p Valley Flyer—Port Costa (Stockton),
- Martinez, Byron, Modesto,- Merced,:
Fresno, • Goshen Junction, Tulare; ; -??
' Bakersfield, Mojave, Los Angeles .... 12.1 Op
'? 3.20 a Avon, ! Concord,? Walnut Creek, San
- -Ram0n.......:......:;....:....?: 12.1 Op
... * 3 40p : Richmond, .Vallejo, Napa, .. Calistoga,.
Glen; Ellen, Santa Rosa, Crockett, -
Port Costa ;...-..............:... 9.39 a
4.00p - Niles (Centerville.; Newark). Liver- f i 10.30 a \
more, Tracy, Stockton, Lodi .V... \ 11 .20p
440» San Leandro,; Hayward; Niles. " Pleas
anton, Livermore, Tracy,' Patterson,
r - Newman, Herman, Fresno...::..'.'.: i 1.20p
6.00p Port \ Costa, Benicia, Suisun, *' Sacra-. •
mento, Lincoln, Marysville, Oroville. 11.30 a;
:? 6.oo*?Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, Glen Ellen,?
' -.': Santa Rosa "..'tr;. :-.-.■.'::•:•:;• L :.V:;-. 7.30p;
•?>6.00p Davis, Arbuckle, Williams, i Willows,
Oriand, I^hama..:;..::.:?.v.vi;. I0.40p:
? ". 6.00p vßusseH, West San Jose, Los Gates;.:?:? 9.30 a'
6.20p San Leandro, Hayward, Niles, Sunol,
Pleasanton,'Livermore.-r;."... TV.'.';." 8.30 a
6.20s ' Irvington, San J05e...:........' 9.30 a;
»„ 6.00» ; Owl Limited—Los Ange1e5:.......... B.loa
: i 6.40p .;Eastern Express—Ogden, Pueblo, Den-.,
' - ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, 8.30b
; 6.40p Port Costa, s Benicia. Sacramento, .
* Truckee (Lake Tahoe), Reno. Sparlu 8.30p
: * 6.40p Hayward, Niles and San Jose.::;. .';.!?» 6.50p I
??*7.00p: China ;?' and ??- Japan '-• Mail—Ogden.. *
* Cheyenne, ; Denver, y Kansas, City,-
Omaha, Chicago..;;;:.;;;;:;:.:.. 2.50pj
77 7.00p' Port Costa, Stockton. Sacramento. Col-..-■•'■ -* *»
- -? fax, Truckee (Lake Tahoe). Reno... : 10.10 a
| s?£7.oop Richmond .(tVallejo),**Port;.Casta,
Martinei,: Concord, s Walnut Creek, _ .
■ y Danville. San; Ramon. Livermore.. y 9.30 a
8.20p Oregon * Express—Sacramento, s Rose- ; v
-. yUle, Marvsville. Redding, Ashland, ?
' Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,* Spokane : 9.10 a
? 9.40p Bakersfield; McKittrick, Mo--? ' --■'-
', ?:-rv-*narch, Moron, Fellow, Shale ;: ;^T;r7^7.Boa!
§$ 9.40p /Richmond, Port Costa, Tracy, Modesto, r " •? -
r Merced, Fresno, Hanford, Tulare .-..? 7.50 a:
9.40p Hanford, Armona, 3 Lemoore,? Huron, -:' X
? •■• ■ .--■ Coalinga;.:;v.;.:;-;::t;T:7;::-:::. 7.50 a
I.? 9.40p vVialia,'; Exeter, \ Lindsay, Porterville,. .•
[-"'. ■ -■■' -x "x-x: Ducor, Famoso.?-'.?■ .xxx:"yyfX:...: 7.50 a
! ,■• 7 9.40p ; Portland Express—Da vis,' Willows. Red
i ;.■'•■■'■ ■■■7 y Bluff, Weed; (Klamath Falls), Ash
land, ■: Roseburg,: Portland," Tacoma,
| .7-' ■ • A-" Seattle.".';-::;.".':';'.:'.';;.-; ;;%v /.;:.-? 12.30p :
* !1.40|1 * San \ Leandro, 5; Hayward, Nites, Pleas- ~ *•
■ ■■„-•• anton. Livermore. Tracy, Stockton.7a2.sop|
NEATHERLAND'S ROUTE—From Pacific Street Wharf.
This route offers "exceptional 'opportunity ■ for Anto
mobilists to reach all points on the Sacramento River; I
■ Collinsville, Emmaton, Rio Vista, ilsleton, Ryde, Walnut i;
■ Grove, Vorden, Courtland, Clarksburg,' Sacramento.
Steamer Seminole or Navajo, leaves San Francisco 8:30 i
' *M m. daily except '} Sundays and Wednesday, arriving i
: Sacramento 7.00 p.m.? Leave Sacramento ; 8.30 a. m.
'<. daily - except * Sunday * and >. Wednesday, arriving ! San I
1 Francisco 5.30 p. m. Stuping in either direction at all |
If points shown above. si*^||«!^a**f^l, "x ' -*', ?,*"* C
".- Steamer Modoc or Apache. leaves San Francisco I*oo
p. m. daily, except Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11:30
7: p. m. daily except Monday; r- ; 7-"'"?•"- ":'7£'.'.~ ?v :.-•-"-«, ~y§
A* Steamer Navajo \or {■ Seminole, ; leaves San • Francisco;
■ 9.00; p. m. daily except j Sundays, arriving | Sacramento
7.00 [ a.' m. dally except *? Monday.? -Leave | Sacramento i
1 9.00 p. m.dally except Sundays, arriving | San |Francisco i
7.00 a. m. dally except Monday. No stoFflenroute»to{
;1 either dlrectJoa^gg!|^g^ . ' - ■ 'y,
. AUTOMOBILES AND VEHICLES. ~ "A 7
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY—From San Francisco,
South End Ferry Building for Broadway Wharf, Oak
| ■ and— a. m.: t7.00 a. m., then 8.00 a. m. and \ every
■ hour, daily, to 9.00 p. m., inclusive.^ Boats leave Broad
-7 way Wbarf at same hours as above for San Francisco.
: The convenient route i tor, actomotHEsta. ?
Coast;league," who arrived here today.
They are going' 7° Cincinnati, where
they? will be given a ■ hearing by the
National commission. ,
They held a conference with President
Murphy of the Chicago National 7 League
club, at which the possibility of out
law* baseball; on the Pacific coast next !
year was discussed.' '. '- -■ ?>-.?-. •
r The ;case of ' Orval Overall, the former.
I Chicago' pitcher, who, it is said, wants
to play in San Francisco next,: season,
was fconsidered- at the «meeting, but no
action taken. '. 7' i t •".;.-. *.-.'■ -J -
VIA COAST LINE -
Leave (Third and Townsend Street*) Anita
'y'.-X (Subject to change without notice) "" ?'
$5.10 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0..:... $6.35*
6,301 South San Francisco, San Jose, Gilroy,
—— (Hollister), Sargent, Pajaro, Wataoo
ville, Santa Cruz........;.%....:.. "7.50p
|7.00t South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose, Way Stations. - 7.30*
t7.00a Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gat 05.......: t7.20p
B.ooa Shore Line Limited—Paso Roblea Hot
Springs, Santa Barbara, Loa Angeles 8.30p
B.ooa £1 Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New : 9
Orleans, Chicago and Ea5t......... 9.30 a
8-05 l The Coaster—San Jose, Pajaro 'Wat-. : .
sonville, Santa '. Cruz), Castroville,
(Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove),, ' ,
- ■ Salinas, Soledad, ; Paso Robles Hot ? -' I -
- .. Springs, San Luis Obispo.SurftLom-" -.?'
7 A." \ poc), Santa Barbara, Ventura, Ox-. - ? -?
: '• nard. Los Angele*..-................ 11.45p
8.20 a . Mayfield,' Los Altos, Los Gatos, Wright,
„-*•*:*•- Glenwood (Boulder Creek). Santa >_ ,-;.-;
Cruz, Watsonville, Castroville, Del -' ?
- ? Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 9.05p
I 9.00* San Jose (Gilroy), Salinas. Paso Robles
Hot Springs, San Luis Obispo— :
'.'■' ?. * - Watsonville, . Santa Crux..- •?.?:?. :;i
Del Monte, Monterey, Facific Grove 4.00 a
10.40 a South San Francisco, Burlingame, San
X Mateo. Palo Alto, San Jose ...... 7+6.30* ?
10.40* Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gaioa{ MOp
11.30 a Valencia Street,' Ocean, View, Cohaa, 7
Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0...... I 48*:
11.40 a South San Francisco, San J05e:.:....'. $8.20*
1.20p: Saturdays only—Easton, San Mateo,'
7 Redwood. Menlo Park, Palo Alto.. $9.85p
• £.00p I Del Monte Express—San Jose. Gilroy,
- Sargent (Watsonville), Santa Cruz, ■
7? Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove,
(Salinas).:.... 12.30p
2.05p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San -^ rx;
- :J05c...;...?...-......v......... 8.45iv
t2.05p Los Altos, Monta Vista. Los Gates.:... t3.25p .
3.00p South San Francisco, San Mateo, San '■
Jose, Gilroy, Tree Finos, Salinas.... 10.1 Oa
3.00p Watsonville. Santa * Cruz, Castroville, /
Del Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove 10.10*.?
. 3.15p San Mateo, Redwood, Palo Alto. May
**■: ■■:.-■ field,: Los Gatos, Wright :(Boulder ? - -
7 Creek) Santa Cruz......V5..'..:*..% '11.05*
4.00p Sunset Express — ; Tucson, - Deming, * * -
El Paso, ' Houston, ; New Orleans, ? *
Chicag0...............;.......... 10.681 *\
4.00p Washington Sunset Route—Washing-■••- * - -
ton, D. C, New York and East ■* 1 0.55 i
4.00p Kansas Gty, St. Louis, Chicago ...'..... 10.55* ?
4.00p Paso Robles Hot Springs, San Luis
Obispo,. Santc Barbara and Lo* .,
'■- x Ange1e5..........................?-10.85* y
4.20p ? South San Francisco, San Joee ....... t9.00a ..
t5.05p Burlingame, San Mateo, Palo Alto, San .•*--'-■'*
. ?;Jose and Way Stations .'....:....^ 9.48 i
+s.2op:Redwood, Palo Alto, San J0ee........ l.lOp *
T5.2OpV Los Altos, Monta Vista, Loa Gato*...." t3.25p .--,
+5.25p . Burlingame, San Mateo, San J05e...... 3.25p:
t5.30p Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View.*
Cemeteries, South Ssn Francisco, 23d '
Street, 3d and T0wn5end..:........ t8.40p
; 5.40p San Bruno, San ' Mateo, Redwood, / '.T7.25*, ?
'---• Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose.. \ * 745* y
$5.40p Los Altos, Monta Vista,. Log Gato*. $9.45* .'
-t6.00p Millbrae. San Mateo, Palo Alto, May
field. Los Altos, Los Gatos ..*..... ."• tS.OOa
t6.06p 23d Street, Visitacion. South San Fran- ■■ '*' ' -:?
Cisco, Valencia Street ;.:.........' t7.18*7
6.30p South San Francisco, San J05e.....'...' 8.48| ? '
*B.oop The Lark — Faso Roblea Hot Springs,' 'XA-- 7?
Santa Barbara, Los Ange1e5........; * 9.30t
8.1 Op - Los Angeles Passenger—Gilroy, Salinas,. ?
Paso Robles Hot Springs, San Luia ...
yy Obispo, Santa Barbara and Lo* An- •
7?-- ge!es..r:.V.-.-:;-.'.".v.%"r'.V.;".-.^r..7? B.SO* x,x
! OJOOp i San Jose and Wav Stations .v. -V"..;:: v • 7.20p >;.':
11.45b South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San ny:
■y: J05e..v;:;..v..;.'...:.v.;.'.'.'..;..-^7.48f;?
■ LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—VI* Aliroeda Pier.
To Oakland," 14th and Franklin Stu(EJ*ctrl«l Sarvieel—
i 6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past th* "
hour. until 7.45 p. m.;, then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00,10.45,
711.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.'..•■'■ 77 -: Ar:A"A: ? •
To Alameda, North and South Sid* Electric ServlcsV
\ > 6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the B
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45,7
11.30 p.m. and 12.15 a.m. -**
LOCAL FERRY TRAlNS—Oakland Pisr. :
To Oakland. 16th St, Berkeley and Barryman—Dairy—
> From 6.00 a. ' m.. • and even* twenty minutes until ?
6 8.20 p. m.. " inclusive; then 9.00. 9.40. 10.20, 11.00.;
?. 11.40 p. m„ 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats
Saturdays and Sundays only 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00 I
?- 10.40 and 11.20 p. m. 77 7 7 ■' 7»?7, *
To Oakland, 7th and Broadway, East Oakland. Frultval* '
■y and ? Metros*—Daily—From 6.00 a. m.. and ; every,
'• twenty minute* until 8.20 p. m., inclusive, then 9.00 B
19.40, 10.20,11.00/11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
I Additional boats Saturday and Sunday only, 8.40 p. m.,
9.20.10.00.10.40 and 11.20 p. m.7
To Oakland. First SCFruitval*. Alameda North «**;—,"
:Daily—From 6.00, 6.20 a. m., then on the 1 hour and g
120 minutes past until 4.20 p. m.; then 4.40 p. m. 5.00,7
5.20, 5.40, 6.00, 6.20, 6.40, 7.00, 7.40, 8.20, 9.00, 9.40,g
10.20,11.00,11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
if Additional trajn to Oakland (First St.), 2.15 a. m. ;
To Ston«hur*t-t6.00 a. m., t6.40, 17.00, tB.OO. *9M»A
-y $10.00 a. m.. $1.20 p. m., *2.00, »2.40. *3.00. *4.00.
♦5.00 and *5.40 p."-m.V.*?-.-.•-'..?- '*?.7:'-:77 ?y-7-7;
To W*rt Berkeley—From *6.00 a. m., t6.20, +«40, t7.001;|
: *7.20. T7.40, 3 *8.00. t8.20, $8.40, T9.00, $9.20, *10.00,-5
ii $10.40, *11.00, $11.20. $11.40 a. m., *12.00 N., $12.20,
1 $12.40, *1.00, $1.20. $1.40,' *2.00, $2.20. $2.40, »3.00.1
7-$3.20, $3.40, *4.00 p. a., and every twenty. minute*
until - 7.00 p. in., inclusive; then *8.00 p. m., *9.00.7?
7 b9.40, §10.00, b10.20, *11.00, *11.40 p. m. and *12.20 am 7
To Corbin^-Foo »6.00 a. m., $6.40, ft 7.00, t7.20, t7.40,7 -
■US 00,. tS.2O,t; +9.00, * *10.00.. $10.40. $11.00.- $11.20,
$1140 a. m.. *12.(XLN., $12.20. $12.40. »1.00. $1.20,
851.40,1*2.00,• $2.20, $2.40, *3.00. $3.20, $3.4otHftfcfl
; ? »4.20,' *4.40, *5.00. ; *5.20. : *5.40. *6.20. *8.00, §9.00 >
and 510.00 p. m. >. '-yX-'l-^y j - - -?-v77?- 7? •■ ? r ??-
To VißoritlSteg*,sPullmin, Richmond—6.oo a. m.. 5.40
p. m.. 6.20 p. m.*?.y. ',---,''?" ' *Xx';y[ ; .
a for Morning. 'Daily. •■' - p for Afternoon.
aSunday and Monday only. '-"■■ [ *-?■
t Sunday excepted. $Sunday only.? ' >
b Daily except Sat. and Sun. < x cMonday only.
?: ,§Saturday and Sunday only. 7- * *■*=
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Union Transfer Co. authoriiid to cheek Baggage dirspj
from resident.
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