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NEWS GATHERED
FROM SEVEN SEAS
Movements of Vessels Plying
Between San Francisco and
Ports of World
< ominned From Pas* 14
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MAltKET STREET
*
PJt :i.... Washineton IMer 17 Union 1
£"- r 5 Jai-fcsoii Pi<-r 19 Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific pier 21 Filbert
p > p r 9 Broadway ijPter 23 Greeawteti J
p, er u Broadway 2|Pfer 25 Greenwich 2
18 Vallcjo VWr Lombard
Pigf 15 (JrevnJPIer r>1 Powell
SOUTH OK MARKET STREET
Pi«T 2 Missiou l;Wer 24 Spear
PJ<r ■« Mission »Pl«r 28 Main
P|*r e Howard IPtcrM Beale
•'"i" v Howard 2 Pier Sβ Fremont
Pi« 10 Howanl r 38 First
Pter 12 Folsom lPior 40 ]
P*er 14 1'olsotn LM 1 . . l»fP. M. S. S. Oβ
Pier Iβ Harrison Pier 4 i
P'*r 20 Steuart Pier 54 Knnii h
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
Steamer
1 Date
(j
Tiicoma JOiiwo 'Nov. 7
O--1S Bay Nov. 7
Loe Angeles jC'oronado Not. 7
Bal. Cruz & San Diego. jAlastau |Not. 7
Humboldt [North Fork :No*. 7
Los Anxeles [Vanguard Nov. 7
Ban Pedro & Way PnrtslCuracao Nov. 7
Point Arena & Albion.. jl'omo Not. 7
Bydnev & Way Ports... jVe.ntura Nov. 7
Sera Lleto <fc Los Ang.. Boauoke Nov. 7
*NlBd [Sebara Nov. 7
Hnmbol.lt JOity of Topeka. Not. 8
Hilo Virgiuian 'Nov. 8
Los Angeles 'Yale 'Not. 8
Puget Sound Ports ( City of Puebla.. Not. 8
Ban Diego A Los Ang.. 'President !Not. 8
Ijoa Angeles |j. B. Stetsiu.. Not. 8
Portland & Astoria Geo. W. Elder. ..Nov. 9
Seattle & Tacoma (Not. 9
Fort Brajrs Brunswick Nov. »
San Diego & \nc. . HarTard Not. 9
Portland & Astoria [Boar Nov. 10
Portland & Astoria... .'Carlos Nov. 10
L/>s Angeles & Way Pts Santa ClarR ... Nov. 10
Humboidt i\ a. Klll.urn. . Nov. 10
P'Ttland & Astoria ....[Beaver Not. 30
f>"ittle direct (iovernor Nov. 10
M»-ndocino Foam Not. 10
Vancouver Workman 'Nov. 10
Orays Harbor I Norwood 'Not. 11
Portland .Lyr* ,'Not. 11
San & Los Aβ?.. Queen JNot. 11
San Diego & Lcs Ang.. Yale Nov. 31
Port San Luis .., Nut. 11
Clilne & Japan Nile Nov. 11
Manila & Honolulu. N>>t. 11
Honolulu iWillielmlna .... Nov. 12
Piiget Sound Coloxabta N-v. 12
Ss!. rteoean Nov. 12
Antnfagasta 'Nov. 12
S*a-tle Senator Nov. 12
Hamburg & Wny Pons;Snkkarah Hα*. 13
tk Tacr.oia ; Watson ;Nov. 13
Nov. 13
Los Angeles Hnrv.ird Nov. 13
TO BAIL
Date :
Steamer
I Destination Sails : Vier
Not. 7('oronado VJrays Harbor 10 am 21
Nov. 7 Del Norto .... iCresoent City] .". pmj 16
Nov. 7 Kureka Santa Cruz..! 6 pin IS
T F. A. Kilburn.;Huniboldt ..10 an
Nov. 7 Portland iBall>oa J12 m! 3d
Nor. 7'Crown Galicia. [Liverpool ...'5 pm ....
Nov. 7Magician !Victoria .. . .\ 5 pn:
Not. 7 Northland !Portland ... 2 pm in
Not. 7jQeeea ;s.in JHego... 11 ami 9
Nov. 7 Beaver 'l.<-x Angeles. 11 am) 40
K©v. SQuinault WilUpa Har. 4 pv. .~
? Homer [Coot Bay .. 5 pm' Iβ
. N ' 4rl« .... l»:<mluirg ...(12 nj| 19
. v \ ai.- >sn Diego... j 4 pmi 7
Etoanoke Portfaed . ..'10 ami 13
Nov. s Bii.lmiin Pttfet Sound.' 3 pm M
Nov. 8|Jim Butler Portland ...I " patj 27
Nov. h [nvprlc '<ydnej- r, j.m 12
Nov. o Montara |VaaeuB*ei ..j 4 pm| 9
Nov. . Hamburg ....12 |
; I'utrpt Sonnd.' 8 !>m; 9
Nα. BjMaocburla Hongkong ...| 1 pm' 42
Nov. 9 Oeo. W. Elder. |San D'ego...! 7 pm' 14
Nov. ;Humboldt ..1 pmj lf»
Xov. f> North Fork.. . . HoMOoMt ..[ 1 i»m! 38
Nov. 9jPhoenlK jHnmboldr ..11 ami 19
N«r. tm*nr»'fi - ■-,; *vi«4.|Mn:> U ■.
N Har\anl Loe Anireles.) 4 po
fca.JHmBboMt ..111 tn! 11
'" !«thmi« ; Sai;na Cni«.'lO am f 27
' I Point Arena. G pmj 8
Nov. i''A;-i'i- (Fort Bragg.. 3 pmj 8
.... AiiRi'lt-s. 4 )>m 7
ll'Beart-i- iT'Ttland ...12 ■
Kβ*. 11 GamttfT >*;> l»i-(to... 2 pin s»
Vcm. HChas. Nelson.. .|!"»uRet Sound. 5 pm; 38
11 S. B. "■•rtlanil ... 5 fta Bl
Nov. 11 Rednndo . 0o<» lt.iy .. S pm\ Iβ
N>-v. 11 N'orwoed fx»; Anjreles.l 2 prn . . . .
Kβ 12 Bear Los Angelee.ll am 40
Nov. 12 < - ity ,,f r.iohla.U'ncPt SoqImL 2 pmj U
Not. 12.Yiik.»n IPiigct Sonnd. 3 pin 10
Not. 12 (4anta <"'arM . . !>><; Angeles. 2 pm' 13
\-T»ngi j .... j....
N"v. IS Ijirliiii- Honolulu ... 12 m, 3S
N'.v. I?, San Juan Balboa !l2 m 42
13jOoM Bay I't. San I.uis.i 4 pm 11
Nov. 13 Sea Foam . . . . iMeniloelno .. 4 pm 4
Nor. 13 Brunswick .. .{Fort Bragg.. 3 pm 8
IS Harvard san Diego... 4 pmj 7
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
j.psfination
I
Steamer
i Date
Sksgway & Way Ports.IHUBBoUt Nov. 10
Eksgway & Way Ports. City of battle.. Nov. 11
1 & Seward iYukon [Not. 20
Sun, Moon and Tide.
j United StatPH coast and ppodetic surTey—Time
' ■•id heights of tides »r Fort Potot. For city
front (Missioif street wharf), arid 25 minntes.
*>:42
9:08
5:01 a. m. !
THTRSDAY. NOVEMBBR 7
Ne« moon November S at ."):sfl p.m.
First quarter mii... November 16. "at 2:34 p. m. |
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4.0 5:87 32 11:57 5.9 7:14—0.7
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Time Ball
United STates Branch Hydrographic Offlrp, Jfor
chants" Kzubangc, S.in Francisco, November
h. W3.
Tbe time t.ull on llif roof of tho Fairmont hotel
was dropppd today exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard timp 112(>th meridian), or at Bh. 00m. 00s.
Greenwich moan time.
P.. <:. BAUTHAI.OW.
Llptitenant, r. s. N., in Charge.
HYDRO GRAPHIC OFFICE
af moan
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I . S. Branch Hydrographic Office
A ijrancli of the United States bydrographic i
office, located in tli<> Mi'ichants' Exoiiaupf, is '
maintalnpi! in San liancisfo for the benefit of
mariners, without regant to nationality, and free
of pijicnse. «re cordially Invitf-d to
Visit tb<> office, where a eoosplet* stt of i:h;irt>
uud eaillng directions <>f the world urc kept at
hand for comparison aad reference, aad the latest
information can alwaj-a (><_■ obtained regarding
'Jghts, dangers to navigation and matters of in
>reet to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lleutrnaiit, V. S. N-, In Charge.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
\ Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
Mb EUREKA, Nor. 6.—Two malls arriTHi today,
the eteainer Reralli, whiHi arrived early ti.is
corning, bringing Iα « consignment, and tM
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
WIRELESS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
Then* report* are recelTetl directly from the Paciflc coast etatlona of tbe
Marconi WlrelesK company t
MARCONI WIRELESS
Weduesday, Ne*> 6.
STEAMER W. S, PORTEH—From Monterey, for
Astoria; \ov. 5. 8 p. m.. 2.">2 miles nortli of
San FnttcHco. Moderate SB winds; rain: mod- \
orate sea; barometer. 20.50; temperature. .".-'-
STEAMEH NAVAJO—Hence Nov. 4 for Astoria;
Not. o. 8 p. m., 2SO miles north of Sau Fran- ;
eiaco. All well.
STEAMEH HYADES—From Seattle, for Hono
lulu: Nor. r>. k p, ni.. 1.6.10 miles from Cap*
Flattery. Smoth sea; all well.
STEAMER VENTURA—From Sydney, for San
Francisco; 8 p. m.. Not. 5, 623 tnilee from Sao
Francisco. Moderate SW wiuils; fine weatlur;
modern tr NW swell; all well.
STEAMER SIERRA— Hence Nov. 5 for Honolulu;
8 p. m.. Not. r<, On miles off San Francisco.
Fresh south winds; rain squalls; alt well.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN- N,ot. 5. 8 p. in.. 10
mQes north of Pi>n San Luis; from Port Snii
Luis, for Portland.
STEAMER SIERRA-Nor. L S p. m., 00 mileß
off San Francisco, bence Not. 5 for Honolulu.
SW wind and rain.
STEAMER NAVAJO—Nov. t, S p. m., 290 miles
north of San Francisco, hence Nov. 4 for Aβ
torla.
STEAMER ROMA—Nov. .-., R p. m.. 130 miles
south of Port San Luis; from San Pedro, for
San Francisco.
STEAMER SAKTA lfcARIA—Nov. R, S p. m.,
1.153 miles off Port San Luis; from Po.-t Sau
Luis, for Balboa.
STEAMER ROMA—B p. m., 170 miles south of
San Francisco. Fresh N wind; heavy NW*
swell; cloudy and hazy.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN—B p. ni.. IT miles
north of Point Reyes. Dense fog; light XW
wind and heavy westerly swell.
STEAMER ROSE CITY—B p. m., off Fort Roes.
STEAMER WHITTIER —8 p. m.. 0 miles north
of Point Arena. Fine weather; passing fojj
bank; large westerly swell.
STEAMER HARVARD —6 :.'.5 p. m.. passing
Pjgfon point. Fresh NB wind; rain and mod
erate sea. i
City of Topeka, from San FraDclsco, following
an hour later. .
The lumber carriers and Aberdeen
arrived this morning to load cargoes at bay
[voints.
Steamer North Fork departed this morning at
10:30 o'clock for San Frßneisco with a lumber
cargo and a consignment of mail.
Lieutenant Harry Emerson arrived from San
Francisco this morning and will hereafter assist
Morton L, Tower in connection with the jetiy
construction work at the entrance. He will be
stationed at the scene of operations.
SAX PEDRO. Nov. (>.—The steamer Yosemite
completed U)p discharge of 750,000 feet of lum
ber for the Charles KeCOnßtek Lumhpr company
at San DiPfo, returning here ttlta morning. After
taking passengers jmd freight for the Merchants'
steamship company at San Francisco it cleared
tot Portland for reload.
The Pacific Coast Steamship company's steamer
President cleared for San Diego with passengers
and freight and will touch here northbound fw
Puget sound ports via San Francisco.
Carrying eoo.ooo feet of redwood lumber for
various consignees, the steamer Katuerine. has ar
rived. out three days from Eureka.
The steamer Tahoe arrived this morning, out
five days from Portland, bringing 775,000 feet of
lumber consigned to the Southern California
Lumber company.
The steamer Willamette completed the dis
charge of 950.000 feet mixed cargo of lumber
and railroad ties and cleared tonight for Puger
pooad ports to reload, taking passengers and
freight foe the Merchants' Steamship company
at San Francisco.
After having discharged 300.000 feet of lnm
ber for consignees at Redondo Beach, the steamer
Fort Bragg arrived from Mendoclno via San
Francisco with ."75.000 additional feet, and will
clear tomorrow with passengers and freight for
tte West Coast Steamship company at San Fran
cisco.
The Bteueec Olympic arrived this morning
from the Columbia river via San Francisco, ear
ryine: 850,000 feet of lumber consigned to the E.
K. Wood Lumber company.
Carrying 600,000 feet of lamber for the Ham
mond Lumber company at Terminal, the eteamer
Casco has arrired, out three days from Albion.
Thf steamer San Pedro has arrived, three days
in KnreVfu. #HB 475.000 feet of lumber
consigned to the Kerckhoff-Cuiner Mill and Lnm
ber company and others.
Anivala today Included the steamer Shoshnne,
I ftvH daje from Gnjn Harbor direct, carrying
706,060 fret of '.umber for various local whole
sale yards.
The pteamer Svea has arrived, five days from
Hoquiani. with 100,000 feet of lumber consigned
to the Consolidated Lumber company at Wil
mington.
The steamer J. B. Stetson completed the dis
charge of {00,000 /pet of lumber for the Sun
Pedro Lumber company and cleared tonight for
San Diego with 250.000 additional feet. Thence
it will sail for Grays Harbnr via San Francisco
to reload.
The steamer Shasta will complete the discharge
of 090,000 feet of lumber for the K. K. Wood
I,umber company and is scheduled to sail to
morrow In hnflßßt for the Columbia river to load
a return cflrfro fnr the same company.
The stppiiiPr Welieslpy, arriving nut three daye
from Bureka. will discharge KOO.OOO feet of lum
ber for the PnHftv I .umber company at Wilming
ton.
PORTLAND, Hot. c. — Its hull being pro
nounced in gor>d condition l>y Captain A. Hoben,
wlifi conducted a snrvey of the vessel. thf> Brit
ish steamship Strathclpne, which leaked slightly
after completing a cargo of lumber at the Port
land mill for Cftlcntta. left down for the sea this
afternoon. If probably would, have left for the
I sea this mornfng had the matter of insurance of
cargo been adjusted. The Strathdene. which lias
been put to n delay of about thrpe days, carrip*
3,160.000 fppt of lumber, valnei at $40,000, whfch
is hetng exported by Hind. Roljih & Co.
Couiing from Table bay. the N'orwpgian bark
Valeric arrivpd in the river this morning, having
sailed August 20. The bark is under '-hartcr to
M. H. Houser to load grain for the Cnited King
dom.
Bringing gpn*>ra! cargo, the stPamer Aurella.
Captnin Carey, has arrived from San FnneiKO.
With .'4BO tons of crment. the steamer ,Io!i»n
Ponlfrn nrrived from San FranHsco last nic;!it.
and will load lumber for return trip.
The steamer Camfno. Ca|Haln Ahlin. arrived at
6 o'clock this morning from San nnd
will take out a cargo of grain ami miscellaneous
frplgbt.
ASTORIA. Nov. o.—Steam schooner Ypllow
afem nrrivpd Tuesday evening from San Fran
cisco with cargo.
re ('ammo arrived Tuesday evening from
Ran Krnm isro and will load lumber.
Norwfclan bnrk VfUerie -strrlvpd this morning
from Cnpe Town in bailast.
fjß.-w.linc schooner Tillairlook Is ready to sail
for lianii'in with csrgo.
Kfpnm s<-hoonpr Xehalem sailed today for San
Francisco w'tli a cargo of lumber.
Steamer Breakwater sailed today for Coos Bay
with freight «nd passengers.
Steam schooners Klamatli and Constpr arrived
today from San Francisco and will load Imnher.
SEATTLE. Nov. c. Arrived-Steamers Sphb
tor, Nome, Columbia and Yukon, from Tacoma;
steamer Geveraor, from so»ith»rn rnirtc.
Sailed StpninPrs City of Puphl.i ami Wanhto
naw. for San Francisco; steamer Senator, for
Tar-oma.
TACOMA. Nov. i,—Arrived- Steamer Yosemitp,
from San Francisco; steamer Senator, from
Seattle.
Sailed -Steamer Yukon, for Seattle; steamer
Captain A. F. l/ucas. for San Francisco; £t»ainpr
Columbian, f>r Salina Cruz.
Movement of Tranaport*
Boford »t San
Crook at San Francisco.
Logan left San Francisco for Manila October
B, 1912.
Bbertdan at San Francisco.
Sherman at San Fraocieco. to sail for Manila
November 6, 1912.
Th.imaa left Manila October 15, 1012. for S»a
Francikco.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
AHKIVKH
Wfrtnosday. Not. 6.
11:20 s. m.. Mte Alumna. f)lspn. <*>!) days from
Newra^tii , . Aus.; 1,185 tons coal to Hind, Rolph
B:.V> a. m., etmr Harvard. Jppucn. 17 hour* 20
minutes from San Pedro: passengers and mer
chandise to Pacllic Navigation company.
9:50 R. m.. Rtmr Coronado, Stanjreland. 37
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Pollard Steam
ship company.
UAV a. m.. Btmr F. A. Kilburn. McLellan. 24
hours from Eureka; passengers and merchandise
to North Pacific Steamship company.
9 a. ro.. Mmr Arctic. Under, Ifl hours from
Fort Bragg: Si".000 feet lumber to Tnlon Lum
ber company.
J>:<B a. in-. «tmr F. H. I-eggPtt. Anfindsen. 37
hours from Snn Pedro; ballast to Kaetern Red
woofl company.
4 a. in., otmr Eureka, Wnyland. 11 hfwm from
i Monterey; merchandise to South Co*st Rieamshit)
company.
8:43 a. bi.. >=ttr>r Itratom, 18 hours from
Bowens Landini;: 7,M6 ties to the Richardson
eotnpesy.
7; If> a. m.. stmr Helen P. I»reTT. .Tohanneen, 18
hours from Point Arena: 7.7<>0 railroad ties to
L. K. White Lnniber company.
7:1."> r. Hi, stmr Asuncion, Brldgeff. 4R hours
from Astoria: ballast to Standard Oil company,
up river direct.
2:45 p. m.. stmr Santa Barbara, Zandnrt. B4
hours fi'itn Wiliapa harbor; bound south, put In
for passengers and foe!.
3:.~iH p. m . F<-hr Mabpl r.alp. 27
days from Blakele.v: fppt lumber to Loop
Lumber company.
3:."><J p. m.. jschr Bertie Minor. Olspn. B days
ttma Oqnllle river; 29»;00<> feet lumbPr to R.
Dollar company.
4:40 p. m., gas whaling schr FJvlra, Pedcrson,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
STEAMER CtrZCO—3o miles south of Blanco at
STEAMER AL-KI —Passed Inactive pass at noon.
SEATTLE. Not. C.
STEAMER PUEBLA—Passed out of Flattery «t
5:45 p. m.
STEAMER ARGYLL—Abeam off Race roc , .; at
0:."0 p. m.
STEAMER LUCAS—Loft for Richmond
at 5 p. m.
ASTORIA. Nor. 0.
STEAMER ALAMEDA—South of Ca;>c tj—CW
STEAMER MARIPOSA North lwun.l. phss<*l
Cape Stellas at 1 a. sn.; flue at Cordova at
STEAMER BREAKWATER—Crossed out Colum
bia river at 2:1.5 p. vi.
STEAMER FALCON—North bound, 9 miles south
of Tillamook at 6:30 p. m.
STEAMER PORTER—For/Portland, off Cascade
head at S p. m.
STEAMER OLETJM—From Portland, for Port
San Lais, 403 miles north of San Francisco at
STEAMER CHEHALIS—For Grays Harbor, 10
miles north of North Head at 8 p. m-
STEAMER NAVAJO — For Portland, 45 miles
south of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER MAVERICK—For Seattle, off Cape
Mears at 7 p. m.
STEAMER VICTORIA—From Nome, for Seattle,
210 miles west of Flattery at 8 p?. m.
STEAMER TTMATTLLA —North bound, 11 miles
north of Blanco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER WATSON—South bonnd. off Colombia
rjver at 11:45 a. ni. ; due at Seattle at 7 a. n>.
BTEAMER SPOKANE—North bound; due at
Prince Rupert at 9 a. ni. Nov. 7.
41 days from Point Rarrow, via TJnalaska Iβ
.days; 17,544 lbs whalebone, 2,170 assorted skins
to Schroeder & All is.
0:10 p. m., stior Wbitesboro. Frederlckson, 21
hours from Greenwood; feet lumber to
L. E. White.
CLEARED
Wednesday. Not. 6.
Stmr Kose City, Rankln. Portland; San Fran
cisco and Portland Steamship company.
Stmr Queen, Alexander, San Diego; Pacific
Steamship company.
Stmr Brooklyn, Svenson, Bandoo; Sudden &
nsoQ.
Stmr Harvaui. Jepsen, San I>lego; Pacific Nav
igation company.
Stmr Reaver, Ma<;on, San Pedro; San Francisco
and Portland Steamship company.
Stmr AvaloD, Cnristensou. San Pedro; Inde
pendent Steamship company.
SAILKI)
Wednesday, Nov. 6.
10 a. m., stmr Taqua, Self, Astoria.
»:05 a. m., stmr Whittier, Zolling, Ftoreka.
2:18 p. m., stmr Rose City, liankln. Port
-3:15 p. m., stmr Scotia, Wlnkel, Albion.
4:20 p. m.. stmr Acme. Olsen. Kureka.
:i:SO j). m., stmr Brunswick, Wahlgren. Fort
4:15 p. m.. stmr Harvard, Jepsen. Sun IMego.
S:4o p. m., etmr Hornet, Marxsen, Puget
;>. m. stmr Coo*! Bay. Bowfu, San Pedro.
WEATHER, REPORTS
POINT LOBOS, Nov. 6. 3 p. m. —Weather
thick; wind south, velocity Iβ miles per hour.
I'iHNT LOBOS. Nor. *6. 12 m. — Weather
f"ggy; wind southwest, velocity 18 miles p«r
hour.
POINT LOBOS. Nov. 6. fl a. m.—Weather
foKRy; wind southwest, velocity 18 miles per
b"ur.
POINT RKYKS. Nov. 6, 12 m.—Raining; wind
south, relocity '.'i miles per hour.
POINT RSYES, Nov. 6, 8 a. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind smjthwest. velocity 31 miles per
hour.
TATOOSH. Not. 0. 12^m.— Weather cloudy;
wind southeast, velocity Wmiles per bonr.
TATOOSH. Not. 6, 0 a. m.—Weather cloady;
wind south, velooitv four miles per hour.
'Nov. G. 9 a. m.-Weather
cloudy; wind southwest, velocity 24 miles per
NORTH HEAD, Not. c.— Weither cloudy;
wind southeast, velocity 2i miles per hour; bar
SPOKEN
Oct. 11. in lat 15 deg N. lonjt 26 deg W, Br
bark Juteopolis, from Hamburg, for Honolulu.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, Nor. r>, 10 p. m.- Weather
thick; wind south, velocity 12 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
TACOMA—Sailed Nov. 6— Br stmr FlticUr
nct, for Victoria; stmr Captain A. F. Lucas, for
San FramMsro;' fcchr E. K. Wood, for San Fran
etßtn. Nov. s—Stnrr Columbian, for Seattle.
Arrived Nov. ft— Br stmr (iray, from British
Columbia: stmtOlson & Mslion.v. hence Nov. 2.
N'T T> —Stmr fSfcTouche, from Seattle.
SAN PKORO-- Arrived Nov. «—Stmr Tahoe.
from A«rorla: etmr Fort Bragg, from Redondo
Beach: etmr Katherlne, from Eureka; etmr Olym
pic, hence Nov. 4: strnr Yoeemite, from San
Dfegoj stmr San Pedro, from Kureka: stmr Casco.
froM Albion; stmr Wellesley, from Eureka.
Railed Nov. C —Stmr Doriß. for San Francisco;
«tnir Raymond, for San Francisco; stmr J. B.
Stetson, fop San Francisro; stmr President, for
San Francisco; stmr Excelsior, for San Francisro:
NORTH k
GERMAN i
LLOYD 1
Esprese B*ilic»i Tuesday* ffjlF
Fast Kail Sailings Thursday* 13
FOR BEST
LOIVDON-PARIS-BRR'HEN 1
Sellings on SATURDAYS for B&wae
THE MEDITKRRANEAIf I
Three WINTER "CRITISES to the I
PANAMA CANAL BK&
JAN. Iβ, FEB. 20. MARCH 27 Kj£
By the S. S. "Grower Kurfuent" I
OELRICHB & CO., General Agents ■
6 Broadway, N. T. fe#r-33
ROBERT CAPELLE, G. A. P. C, Kgf
250 Powell at., jpp. St. Francis B
Hote'.. San Francisco. raailS
Tel. Kearny 4794. Home C3725.fj
"transatlantic lines
AMERICAN LINE
N.Y.-Plymonth-rhertioiirK-.Southampton
Philadelphia—Qneenstow n—Liverpool
ATLANTIC IRANSPORT LINE
NeWT York—London Direct
RED STAR LINE
London— l'arln, via Dover—Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
X.Y.-Plymonth-t'herboursf-Southainpton
New York—Queenatoivii—Liverpool
BoNton—(liieenntiMvn—Liverpool
If.V. A Ronton —Mediterranean—Ejrj-pt
WHITE STAR-DOMINION
CAXADUX SERVni , ,
LARGEST STEAMKRS FROM CANADA.
.Montreal. <tnel»ee, Liverpool
Pnolflc CoaMt \|een<\v, 310 fieary Street
Pbone Kearny 3265 opp. St. FrancU Hotel, a. V.
FRENCH LINE"
CIE. OLE. TRANSLANTIQT/E.
DIRF.CT LIWK TO HVVRK—PARIS
Sailing every Thursday and Satnrday.
FROM ft'KW YORK TO HAVRE
Krery Thursday at 10 a. m.
Lβ Lorraine. .Nov. 14 La Lo" ■»*»...Ppc. 12
Francp(new i..\or. 21 France) new K.Oec. 10
La Tonralne..NoT. 28 La Provence..Dec M
ILβ Provence..Pee. 5
FROM MSU YORK TO HAVRE
Every Saturday st 3 p. m
JfoT. Iβ Chicapo... ] )oc v
j Mexico Nov. 88 Virginia....".'. Doc. 2S
Niaeara Nov. 30 Niagara Bee 28
Roohambeau R«x4iaml>eau
n (nw) l>pc. 7 (n«-w) Jan, 4
FUGAZI BROS., Pacific Coaat Masaran 630
Montgomery Street. San Francisco. '
CABIN OFFICE, 673 MARKET STREET.
|WfWW!| P»rls—London— Rotterdam
Itlljrllfillljy Twin Screw Sailings Tues. 10 a in
feidafMßMM *Rvndsra Sor. 19
I'lMlM lllf'l K f| ttPi(lam j, OT . i>e
UZjujdUMH * l'"tstia in Dec. 3
HtH hTTTmB ' Amsterdam Dec. 30
ißf3ikU^B** y ' o ' lr '' am ••• i)»c" i 7
■■■■■■■• *Via BOULOONB BjM.
tPLYMOUTH and BOUIX>GNE.
Paelflc Coaat Office. 319 Geary St.
stmr Yosemite, for San Francisco; etair Willam
ette, lor San Francisco.
SAN DIEGO —Sailed t>—Dan etmr Ara
bian for San Francisco; schr Maweetna, for
Grays Harbor; stmr Yoeemite, for Saa Francisco,
via San Pedro.
PORT KAN LUIS — Arrived Nov. 6 — Stmr
Roma, from San Pedro.
Sailed Nov. f>, midnight—Bktn Fullerton, for
San Francisco, In tow tug Dauntless.
GREENWOOD—SaiIed Nov. s—Stmr Whites
boro, for San Francisco.
Arrived Nov. 6—Stmr Alcatras. hence Oct. 23.
POINT ARENA —Sailed Nov. s—Stmr Helen P.
Drew, for San Francisco.
SANTA BARBARA—Arrived Nov. 6—Stmr Cn
racao, from San Pedro, and sailed for Ban Fran
cisco.
RAYMOND—SaiIed Nov. 5, 10 a. m.—Stmr
Falcon, for San Pedro.
SKAGWAY—Arrived Nov. C—Stmr Dolphin,
from Seattle, and sailed for Seattle.
ABERDEKN —Arrived Nov. C, 9 a. m.—Stmr
Norwood; 10 a. m., stmr Helene, hence Nov. 3.
WBSTPORT— Sailed Nov. 6, 1 p. m.—Stmr San
Jaclnto, for San Pedro; stmr Santa Monica, for
San Francisco.
ASTORIA—SaiIed Nov. 6, noon—Stmr Break
water, for Coos Bay; 11 a. m., Ger ship Egon,
for United Kingdom; 9 a. m., stmr Nehalem,
for San Francisco; 10 a. m., Br ship Altalr, for
Ipswich.
Arrived Nov. 6 7 a. m.—Stmrs Coaster and
Klainath. hence Nov. ii; Nor bark Valeric, from
Cape Town.
IIOQT'IAXr —Arrived Nov. 6 —Stmr Westerner,
hence Nov. 2.
MONTEREY —Sailed Nov. 6, 12:30 p. m.—Stmr
J. A. Cuauslor, for Kedondo Beach.
Arrived Nov. s—Schr5 —Schr Monterey, from Redondo
Beach.
TATOOSH—In Nov. G, 1 p. tn.-9tmr Argyll,
hence Nov. 3 for Seattle. Nov. 3 —Four masted
■eta.
PaaMd out Nov. c, 9:30 a. m.—Bktn Mary
Wisikelman, from Tacoma, for Pearl harbor; 7
a. in., four masted RCtir.
CLALLAM—Passed in Nov. 0, 11:40 a. m.— Br
sclir David Evans, from Osakn. for Townsend.
Anchored Nov. 6— Br schr David Evans, from
Osaka.
POINT REYES—Passed Nov. 0, 10:43 a. m.—
Stmr Santa Barbara, from Willapa, for San
Pedro.
CKKSCEJfT—In Nov. 6, S> «. m.—Jap etmr Awa
Maru, from HongkoDg, for Seattle; 9:40 a. m.,
stinr Fslrhaven hence Nov. 2 for Liullow.
Passed in Not. 6. 4:20 p. m.—Schr William
Renton, hence Oct. 23 for Townsend.
HL'ENEMB—Arrived Nov. 6—Barge 91, In tow
tug Hercules, from El Segundo.
SEATTLE—Arrived Nov. s—Stmr Atlas, hence
Nov. 1, with barge 83 In tow. Not. o—Stmr
Senator, from Nome; 7:.T0 a. m., etmr Washte
naw, from Port San Luis.
Arrived Nov. 6—Stmr Washtenaw, from Port
San Lais.
Sailed Nov. s—Stmr Al-Ki, for Skagway; stmr
Jeanie, for Alaska. Nov. 0, 4a. m.—Strar City
of Puebla, for Sau Francisco.
serin BKND—Arrived Not. 6—Stmr Daisy
Gadsby. hence Nov. 2.
Sailed Nov. C— Stmr Falcon, for San Pedro.
ISLAND PORTS
HlLO—Arrived Nov. 2—Bktn S. G. Wilder,
from Grays Harbor.
HONOLULU -Arrived Nov. O--Stmr Kilauea.
hence Oct. 30; etnir Honolulan, hence Oct. 30.
Sailed Nov. H, 10 a. m. —U S stmr Thomas, for
San Franoisco; stmr Wilhelmina, for Sau Fran
cisco.
BLASTERS PORTS
NEW YORK—Arrived Nov. s—Stmr Oregonlan,
from Puerto Mexico.
Sailed Oct. 28— Br stmr Santa Rosalia, for
Vancouver.
BALTIMORE—SaiIed Nov. 5 and, passed Cspe
Henry Nov. s—Ship Edward Sewall, for San
Francisco.
FOREIGN PORTS
NANAIMO—SaiIed Nov. 5, 2p. m.— Br *tmr
Workman, for San Francisco.
VANCOVEFt Arrived Nov. &— Nor etmr Hor
nelen. from Bellinpham.
HONGKONG—SaiIed Nov. 6—Stmr Minnesota,
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES**
•SANTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO /£P~^§\
eureka n^Eln
SEATTLE VVTyI O /
TACOMA VICTORIA nSj&cuXV
VANCOUVER \filSH^
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Inclnded In Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS !» and 11
Low AnereJe*. Sen Diego, * Santa Barbara
President or GoTernor Every Monday, 2 p. m.
•Queen Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
•Olily Ktparner calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tntoma, T«meme«id,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Governor. ...Every Saturday. 2 p. m.
Governor—Sat., Nov. 16, 4:4* p.m. Instead 2 p.m.
City of Puebla or Umatllla. .Hvery Tuee.. 2 p. m.
Eureka (Humbolilt Bay)
ropeka..Nov. 10. 14, 19, 23. 28; Dee. 2, T, 12 no.
Alaska Cruises, 1918. leare Seattle
Spokane, June 18; July 2, Iβ, 30; Aug. 13, 10 p.m.
Nome, St. Michael (Direct)
Sailings. Season 1913 will be announced later.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE— Palace Hotel, 653 Market
et.; Iβ Market st. and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 495.
OAKLAND, 1226 Broadway; tel. Oakland 5880.
BERKELEY. 2125 Shattuck ay.; tel. Berkeley 44.
C. D. DUNANN. Passenger Traffic Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE
MODERN STEAMERS
PORTLAND LOS ANGELES
BEAVER A BEAVER
Sails 3 2 norm Salle ll a - nX
Nov. llth. AoMM» twlny.
Not. 7th.
rir«t class "^B&
$10. $12 First rinse
$15. * 7 ? " V
* 5 "'''
BKRTH aiifi MRALS Included.
The San Francisco «« Portland S.S.Co.
A. OTTINGEK. Grneral Agrnt.
Tkt. of flee. 722 Mkt. op. Gaflj tel. Sutter 2344
S Fast et. opp. Kerry bid*.; tel. Slitter 2542
Berkeley office. 2105 .Shattuck; tel. Berk. 331
BmHIMIUIO. .I.is. Warraek. SO4 X et.
©AMERICAN-HAWAHAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fait Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
»ORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Jailing from New York every six.days.
nakin" direct connections with Pacific
iteamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Aex. every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PdRTS TO NEW
fORK Also to Mexican and all prin
•ipal European ports under through
•ates and through bills of lading. Sail
ngs from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
>lv to DEARBORN & LAPHAM. Gen
ial Agents, 8 Bridge street. New
fork WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO..
ieneral Agents. Pacific Coast.
310 Sansome St.. San f rancigco.
TOYO KISOI KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
>. S. Shinyc Mam (new)
Saturday, October Iβ, 1918
5. 8. Chiyo Mam (via Manila direct)
Friday, November 15. 1912
5. 8. Nippon Maru (intermediate service saloon
accommodations at reduced rates)
Saturday. December 7, 1918
5. 8. Tenyo Maru Friday, December 13, 1912
Steamers call from company's pier, No. 34,
iear foot of Brannan st.. at 1 p. m.. for Toko
iiiga and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
IHioftoj and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and eon
leoting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila.
indla etc. No cargo received on hoard on day
>f iaillng. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freißlt and passage apply at office, fourth
Soor, Western Metropolis National Bank bulld
ng, 625 Market et. W. H. AVERT,
Assistant General Manager.
IWS m* ,9\ «> SP- IftMMkiawilaflt
AUSTRALIA
and New Zealand
SYDNEY VIA. TAHITI AND WELLINGTON:
3. 8. AORANGI (8,000 tons) sail* 11 a. m .. NoT .
13; 8. 8. TAHITI (12,000 tone) walls 11 a. «.,
Dec. 11. And every 28 day* thereafter.
WriON 8. 8. CO. OF KEW ZEALAND, LTD.
RIND, ROI.PH 4k CO.. O*n. A»ta., 310 Cal. at
rick«t Ofao«, VJ9 Maxket at-s Ul. Doqclm «»*«.
fox Nagasaki. Not. s—Japs —Jap etmr Tenyo Maru,
for San Francisco.*
CAIXAO—In port Oct. 14—Ger ship Llsbetb,
for Portland, Ore.
RIO DE JANEIRO —Sailed Oct. 21— Br stmr
Keo+ra. for Swansea.
VICTORIA—Arrived Not. 6—Jap etmr Awa
Mam, from Yokohama.
Sailed Not. 6—Stmr City of Puebta, for San
Francisco.
YOKOHAMA — Arrived Not. 5 — Jap stmr
Shfnyo Maru, hence Oct 19.
BAHlA—Sailed Sept. 21— Br ship Neotsfleld,
for Portland, Ore.
GIBRALTAR—Passed Not. 4— Br itmr Bloem
fonteln from New York, for Manila.
KOBE — Arrived Not. 4— Br stmr Matoppo,
from New York.
BUSHIRK—SaiIed Nor. 4— Br stmr Clan Mac
iTcr, for San Diego.
CAL.ETA CO LOS A—ln port Sept. 28— Br bark
Torrisdale, for Portland, Ore.
OCEAN STEAMERS
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Not. 6—Stmr Majes
tic, for New York.
SAlGON—Sailed Not. 3—Stmr Romany, for
San Francisco.
HAVRE—ArrITed Not. 6—Stmr Prance, from
New York.
NEW YORK—Arrived Not. 6—Stmr Bremen,
from Bremen; etmr Berlin, from Naples; stmr
Moltke, from Naples.
Sailed Not. t> —Stmr Zeeland. for Antwerp;
etmr Kaiserin Augnste Victoria, for Hamburg.
Memoranda
Per schr Mabel Gnle —Oct. 18. 100 miles south
of Columbia rlrer, had strong SE gale; shifted
deokload to starboard, damaging starboard and
main rigging.
IMPRESSIVE PARADE FOR
DEAD CHINESE GAMBLER
Hundreds March or Ride in Rain
in Lee. Toy's Honor
Five hundred Chinese, some walking
and the others in carriages, attended
the parade following the hearse con
taining , the body of Lee Toy, known
as the "Mayor of Philadelphia." Lee
Toy was one of Chinatown's biggest
gaxnblers and was the successor to
"San Jose Charley."
Three bands participated in the cele
bration. In the drizzling rain, the
Chinese walked and rode. Those who
"walked, carried umbrellas, but kept
their hats off in respect to the late
gambling king.
Lee Toy was 58 years of age. He
died Monday from a stroke of paralysis.
The body of Toy will be shipped to
China on the next vessel sailing for
the far east. The parade was an im
pressive one and Kearny street and
Grant avenue traffic was blocked for a
half hour.
INFORMAL RECEPTION—An informal reception
to local members of the Alaska Crniee club
will be held in Union Square hotel Saturday,
November 9, from 1 to 5 p. m.
RAILWAY TRAVIBL.
Through the
GRAND CANYON
OF THE FEATHER RIVER
and THE ROYAL GORGE
The "Panama-Pacific" Express and
Th* "1015" .Mall
Leave and are due to arrive Union
Ferry Depot from June 9, 1912.
Leare Through Trains Arriye
§:10a Salt I-ake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago.
Kansas City, St. Louis 8:46»
7:30p Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha, Chicago.
Kansas City, St. Louis 8:30 a
9:10 a, Sacramento 3:80 a,
7:30p do 8:45p
9:10 a Stockton 8:30*
4:10p do 10:»0a
7:30p ~ do B:4Sp
Through Standard and Tourlet Sleeping Care via
Denver ft Rio Orande and Burlington Route, via
A; "Rio Grande and Rock Island Lines, via
Denver and Rio Grande and Missouri vacifle.
Through Trains,-Observation Cars, Dining Carl,
Electric Light* and Electric Fan*.
Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 1912
San Frnaol«ro
INION FERRY DEPOT j
Leave ' VIA SAUSALITO i Arrive
7:43a!l'et«luma. ganta Rosa, Healds-j
J btirg. Cloverdale, Ukish,
Willits. Longvele, •♦Sebas-!
tonol I 7:05p
B:lsa ! Sonoma, Glen Ellen ift6:oop(
I $6:35p I
8:15 a Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker. Monte. (te:.Vip )
i Rio. Duncan Ifffla, Catadero.j I t7:35p (
B:4sa]Pptaluma. Santa Riwa, Gnerne-;
Tille, Monte Rio, Duncan' J t6:3J>i>}
I Mills. Cazadero (leaves from {$7:36pJ
j Duncan Mills) !
10:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healds
( burg 5:05p
l:4sp;Pefalnma Santa Rosa, Guerne
vllle, Monte Bio, Duncan •
[ Mills 10:S5a
f2:4sp'Pt. Reyes, Camp Meeker
3:lsp'Pefaluma, Rfinta Rosa, Healds
! berg. ClAvenlale. TJkiah.
Willits, 'Sebastopol U:SCa
4:4sp,iSonoma. Glen Ellen 9:35 a
S:lsp Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Healds
[ burg 9:03 a
ELECTRIC SrrBURBAN VIA SAUSALITO
Sausallto. Mill Valley. San Rafael—Dally
every 30 minutes from 6:45 a. m. until 9:45
a. m.; hourly until 2:4f> p. m.. then 3:15 P- m.
and every 90 minutes until 7:45 p. m.. then 9:15,
11:18 p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
Fairfax—leaves te:43. 7;l*>, 7:45. 8:15, 8:45,
n:l5. »:4.V 10:4.1, ll:4.Va\ m.; 12:45, 1:45, 2:45.
3:15. 3:4.\ 4:1". 4:4 T. 5:15, 5:45. 6:15, 6:45,
7:45, 9:15, 11:15 \\ m.; 12:30 a. no.
San Quentln via San Rafael—Leave daily at
9:15 a. lv. and 1:45 p. m.
Tlburon »nd Belvedere —Dally every bour from
6:45 a. m. until 1:45 p. n>.; then 8:15 p. m. an<l
every hour until 6:15, then 7:4H, 9:15 and 11:15
p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
•Arrives daily IOUtS a. m. ••Arrive* Sundays
7:05 i>. m., week days 6:3T< p. m. tEscept Sun
days. JSundnys only. ISatuVdays only.
Pacific Transfer company's agents Hr* author-
to check hagrgege direct from residence.
MUIR WOODS
MT. TAMALPAISS
VIA 6AUSALITO FERRY
UNION OSPOT, FOOT OF MARKET STREET
iUund Trip. $1.30; CotiWiixl Trip. UM T
U.Sufrwtlto j Lt.MilriHfa It. Mt TwJmH
Weekdarl Sudav Wfay S*m4*j WtJAy Swiiay
9:45 a 8:45* t 7:20* 11:50* 7:20 a 1*1:40*
\Mf 9:45* 1:4»fl12:60|i j:40» 11=40*
* 4:46p 10:45* 2:40p 1:50* 4:46« 1:40p
11:45* 4:50p 2:50t * $:35p 2:40p
1:45P 3:50p 3:4*
2:46P 4:49P 4:40f
•Saturdaysonly, f Mondays only. % Ht. Tsmalpeis ooiy.
( Sausalito Ferry—Tel. Kearny 4980
Ticket Offices \ 687 MarkeV-Tel. Ke»my 2751
( 874 Market—Tel. Doug!** 4407
General Office-MiU Valley. Cal. Tel. JflllValley Sub.Bl
-Tmti tf iMMWrm: "Mririw" ir* ihwynmtertmti
BAY AND^I^Bjy^RBjiNjaOJIJTE?^
Rare inland N»vy 'Ytrd."~V«llejo. NapaTst. Heiona. Calistafi
Boat* leave 700 945 i m_ 13:30. 3:20 0:00. 8:30 p. m.
Dock and office. North End Ferry BnUdinf.
Phones Kearny 400. Hone C 4708. Meal* a la carte
PACIFIC OCEAN s TRAVEL
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-ton tteamera
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU j£S&D C Vl5!} SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—SSM let cabin; $379 2d cabin,
via Ceyton, Egypt, Italy, etc. Liberal stop-ovem.
Honolulu salllDge Nor. Iβ, Pec. 3. 17, etc., 2,p. m.
Sydney Nov. Ift, Dec. 17. etc., 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berths. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
otreet; phone Butter 648.
UAIIAI 111 II S- S. LUBLINE aailt Nov.
HONOLULU
sails Nov. 27. New steamers, 13,000 tone die
placement. Leave Pier No. 38, 12 o'clock noon.
Bound trip, $110 and up. Direct service to the
Volcano.
MATSOff NAVIGATION COMPANY
868 Market at,. Saa Ftanciico.
BEER BOTTLERS
WATCH 'DRY' MOVE
Union Authorizes Committee to
Confer on Local Option
Measure
Tne executive com-
mittee of the Beer
'**fto^ffp&& fy ~ ' Bottlers' union Tues
day night authorized the president' to
appoint a committee of three to work
with committees from other organiza
tions, in regard to local option which
comes before the voters December 10.
At the next meeting of the subor
dinate locals the. members will take a
referendum vote for officers of the in
ternational union. That night the first
prize, awarded to No. 293f for the beet
appearance in the labor day parade,
will be formally presented. At this
meeting each member who is a natural
ized citizen, or who has declared his
Intention to become such, will have to
present so they may be re
vised, and in all cases of declaration
of intention, the holder of first papers
who is entitled to his second, will be
assisted by a committee to obtain them.
Al J. Rogers, business agent and sec
retary, was presented with a dining
table and six chairs as a wedding gift
from the local union. He was married
two weeks ago.
* * *
Information comes to the label sec
tion of the San Francisco Labor coun
cil from Michigan that at the recent
convention of the federation of labor
of that state there were 70 delegates
and these were examined by a special
committee to discover the number of
union lahMed garments each wore- The
» BAILTITAT TRAVEL.
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER IS. I*l2
VIA OAKLAND PIER
hmm (Foot of Market Street) Arrive'
(Subject to change without notice)
2.16 a Mies, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton. Lodi. Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramecto.RoeeviUe.Auburn.Coh'ax 10.40*
2.15 a Sacramento, Marysville, Biggs. Cbico. 10.40*
6.40 a Richmond, Port Costa, Martinez. An
tioch, Byron Hot Springs. Tracy. *
Patterson, Newman. Los Banos,
Ingle, Kerman, Fresno 11.59*
8.40 a Ran Leandro, Hay ward, Niies, San
Jose 8.50f
7JOa The Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo
Junction. Port Costa, Benicia, Sui- I
sun. Elmira, D»vis, Sacramento. .. 8.50*
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville. Rumsey 7 JD*
7.20 a Goldfield Pass.—Truckee, Haien, Wa- I
buska (Yerrington, Hudson), Mina,
Tonopah, Goldfield, Laws. Keeler.. B.loa
720 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun, |
Duon, Sacramento 7^o*
7.2oa'Roseville, Marysville (Oroville), Red- |
ding, Dunsmuir 10.40*
13SO* Davis, Woodland, Williams. Maxwell,
Wiilows, Hamilton, Corning, Red
Bluff 7JOf
t.2oa Nilea. Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy.
Lathrop. Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi,
Sacramento 750*
7.20 a Tracy. Patterson, Newman, Loa Banns.
Ingle, Kerman. Fresno 4.30*
7.40 a Richmond. Vallejo, Napa. CaKstoga,
SanU Rosa, Crockett, Port CosU.. 6.10*
t7.40a Avon, Walnut Creek, San Ramon,
livermore t8.50*.
•,00a Newark, West San Joee, Loe Gatos,
Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), SanU Cru* K.6o*
BviOa Port Costa, Martinet. Byron Hot
Springs. Tracy, (Btockton), Merced,
Berenda, Madera. Fresno, Fowler,
Selma, Travet, Goghen JunctJon
(Hanford, Armona). Tulare, Bak
ersfield 4.30*'
■.40a Visalia. Lindsay, Porterville. Ducor.. 7.10*.
8.40 a Yosemite Valley via Merced 4.30»
9.00 a Irvington. San Jose 7.30*
SjjOOa Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock
ton '•Milton). Valley Spring, lone,
Sacramento 4.30*
9.00 a Tuolumne,Sonora. Jamestown, Angels 2.50*
•HO* Atlantic Express—Sacramento. Truc
kee. Ogden. Salt Lake City, Denver,
Kannas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.30*
9.00 a Tonopah-Goldfield SUndard Sleeper f . B.loa
B.ooa VaDejo Junction. Yallejo { 7 50*
940 a Richmond. San Pablo, Pinole. Vallejo
Junction. Crockett, Port Costa, Mar
tinez, Avon, Concord, San Ramon. 6.10*
M2oa San Francisco Overland Limited—Den
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
Chicago 2.19*
10.40 a VellejoTMare Island. Xapa 12.50*
10.40 a Stockton { g g |s
MUOa Lot Angelee Passenger—fort Coata,
Martinez, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy,
Stockton. Merced, Madera. Fresno,
(Hanford, Coahnga. Visalia), Bak
ersfield. Los Angeles 7.10*
11.20 a ShasU Limited—Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle 8.60* ,
12.00 m Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui-1 10.30 a !
sun, Ehnira, Dixon, Sacramento . 1 I i. 10*
12.00n Davis,Williams, Colu»June.Willows,
Gennaniown, Orland, Hamilton «9.50*
12.00 a Marysviile, Chico, Red Bluff 4.30b
t.oo* Niles. Irvingion, San Jose 2.50 i
.20* San Leandro, Niles, CenterviOe, New- I
ark. (Redwood), San Jose 7JO*
1.40* Newark. Aiviao. A gnaw, SanU Clara.
West San Joee 10.00*
2.40* Saa Leandro. Niles, S»n Jose 7.30p
t.oo* Benicia, Winters, Sacramento—Wood
land. Tudor, Yuba Qty, Marysvilfe,
Oroville I I.IOa
B\2oa Richmond, Port CosU.Martinei, Byron
Hot Springs. Modesto, Merced, Ma
dera, Fresno 10.40*
490* Port Costa, Martinez, Concord. Wat
net Creek, Ban Ramon. Livermore. 9.30 a
4.00* Richmond, VaDejo, Napa, Calistoga.
Glen Ellen. Santa Rosa 9.30 a
4JMp Niles, (CeaterviUe, Newark). Sunol
Pleasanion, Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton. Lodi, Sacramento 12.60*
440*- San Leandro. Hayward, Niles, Pieas
anton, Livermore 8.38 a
4.40* Irvington. San Jose 9.30 a
4.40* Tracy.Patterson, Newman. Loa Banoa,
Kermao, Fresno 10.40*
440 a Valley Flyer-Port Costa, Byron Hot
Sprints, Tracy. Modesto, Merced.
Madera, Fresno. Goshen Junction,
Tulare. Bakersfiold. Mojave, Lot
Angelee 12.50*
AjßO* Vallejo, Port CoaU. Benieia. Suinun,
Sacramento, Rowville. Lincom,
Wheatland, Marysville (Oroville),
Qridley. Bigo. Chko 1t.30t
UOp Davis, Arbuckls. Williams, Willows,
Orland. Tehama 10.40* |
5.00» Newark. Sanu Clara. West San Jose. 9,30 a
San Leandro, Lore n 10, Hayward,
Nile*. Pleasanton, Livermore.
Tracy, Stockton 3.10*
420 a Owl Limited—Port Coeta, Tracy,
Fresno. Lot AnfleJea. B.loa
420* Hayward, Nltei andSuiose 8.50*
440 a Eastern Express —Otden. Pueblo.Den
ver, Kansas dtr, St. Louis, Chicago 430*
440* Port Coeta. Benin*. Suisun. Elmira,
Sacramento. CoUax, Truckee. Reno,
Spar** 8.30*
fjOO* China and Japan Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas Qty.
Omaha, Chicago 3.10*
7jBoa Port CosU. Byron Hot Springs. Stock
ton, Sacramento. Colfax, Truckee,
Reno 3.10*
«7jOfif Richmond. (Vallejo). Port Costa, Mar
tinei, Coocorri, Walnut Creek,
Pleaanton, Niles. Oakland a 12.45 a
420* Oreson Express—Sacramento. Rose
ville. Marysville, Reddine.CKlonath
Falls). Ashland. Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle, Spokane I.lo*
9.00* Mt. Eden. Alvarado, Newark, SanU
Clara, San Jose 7.50*
9.40* Bakersfcld. McKittrick, Haxieton,
Monarch. M>ron. Felbw. Shale. . 7.50 a
9.40* Richmond, Port Costa. Tracv, Mo
desto. Merced, Madera, Fresno.
Hanford. Tulare 7.50 a
9.40* Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
Coalinga 7.50t
440* Visalia, Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville,
Ducor, Famoso 7.50 a
tOaO* Portland Express— Davis. Willows,
Red Bluff. Weed, (Klamath Falls),
Ashland, Roseaurg, Portland, Ta
com*. Seattle 7^lOa
■ETHERLANDS ROUTE-Fran Pacific Street Wharf
This route offen exceptional opportunity for Auto
mobUisti to reach a 8 p<inti on the Sacramento River;
Collinsvilfe, Bmmaton, Rio VlsU. Isleton, Ryde, Walnut
Grove, Vorden. Courtiaod, CUrkib urg, Bacramento.
Staaißor Seminolt or »nv4jo. leaves San Francisco 8.30
a. m. dairy except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Sacramento 8.30 a. m.
daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving San
Franeisoo 5.30 p. ra. Stopping in either direction at afl
points shown above.
•taarnor Modoe or Apache, leaves San Francisco 1.00
pi m. dairy, except Sunday: arrive San Francieco 11.30
p. m. dairy except Monday.
• if* , " , * , M «Y*J e "■ Seminoto, leaves San Francieeo
P.OO p. m. daily except Sundays, arriving Sacramento
7.00 a. ra. dairy except Monday. Leave Sacramento
MO p. m. daily except Sundays, arriving San Francisco
«jgO*- J g.Jairy except Monday. No stops ea route in
count showed: Shoes 66, hats SR. vests
54, overcoats 52, dress coats SO, shirts
49, collars 41, suspenders 41. under
shirts 40. drawers 39. neckties 34,
trousers 34, socks 30, night shirts 17,
collar buttons 13, hose supporters 12,
separate cuffs 11, cuff buttons 8, arm
bands 5. Four of the number had
union made watches aDd three union
fobs.
* # *
At the quarterly meeting of the Ma
rine Firemen. Water Tenders' and
Oilers' union the reports presented
showed that during the quarter there
was paid $885 in death benefits. $550
in shipwreck benefits and $465 to
members on the sick list and for hos
pital service.
Patrick Flynn, secretary of the
union, was granted a leave of absence
to enable him to go to Washington.
D. C, to attend a session of. the senate
committee on commerce and speak In
behalf of the seaman's bill that is to
be taken up at the next session or
congress.
* * ♦
In a document received by local Nβ.
228 of the Cigar Makers' union there
is a statement to the effect that ac
cording to the official returns of the
Cuban customs house at Havana the
number of cigars shipped to foreign
countries between January 1 and Au
gust 31 of the current year was 107.
--270,087. For a corresponding period
during the preceding year the number
was 121,293.861. This shows a de
crease of 14,023,774.
* •* ♦
To save the charter of the State
Building Trades council and to give
the Santa Clara Building Trades coun
cil the right to remain with the state
council, local No. 250 of the electrical
workers, belonging to the Reid fac
tion, complied with the request of the
Santa Clara council to withdraw its
delegates, and in doing so thanked the
council for its support In the past.
The benefit dance recently given by
local No. 8 of the American Interna
tional Musicians' and Theatrical union.
Jointly with the Empire club, netted
$300 for the widow of J. Launette,
who was a member of the local.
VIA COAST LIIVB
Leave (Third and Townaend StneU) * Arrive
(Subject to change without soda)
t 6.05 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma.
Cemeterife, Baden, San Bniao t 6.35 a
8.30 a South San Frandaco, San Joae.Gilroy,
(HoUister. Tres Pinoe», Sargent, Pa
jaro. Watsonville, SanU Crai 7.50*
t 6.30t Los Altos, Mona VisU, Los Gatos.... J9.45a
t 7.00 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto. San
Joee, Way Stations 7.20 a
t 7.00t Loe Altos. MooU Vista, Los Oatos.. 7.20 a
B.ooa Shore line limited—Paso Robles Hot
' Springe, Santa Barbara, Los Angelee 9.50 a
8 .05a Mayfield, Los Altosjx* Gates,Wright,
Glenwood (Boulder Creek). Santa
Out. WataonviUe, Castroville, Del
Ifonte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.... 9.05 a
9.00 a San Jose, Gilrov, Sargent, Salinas.
Soledad, San Miguel. Paso Robles
Hot Springs, San Lda Obuspo .. 4.00 a
9.00 a HolliUer, Tree Knot—%»ttonville,
Saata Cruz—Del Monte. Monterey.
PaeificGrova *.t»i
10.40* South San Franciaco, Burlingame. Sμ
Mateo. Palo Alto. San Joe* t e<3o9
; 10.400 Los AhoftMonta Vista, Los Gates.... 12.30 a
11.30 a VaJeneia Street. Ocean View. Cofana,
Cemeteries, Badea, San Bruno 1.35 a
11.40 a South San Francisco, San Jose t 8.20 a
1.20f Saturdays only— San Mateo. Redwood,
Mayfield, Mountain View, San Jose 10.50 a
1.20 a Saturdayeonry—Los Altos, Mona Vista,
LosGatos. §3.25*
2.00 a Del Monte Expregs-*an Jose, Giboy,
Sargent (Watsonville), Santa Crui,
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove,
(Salinas) 12-30*
2.08 a Eeston, San Mateo, Palo Alto, San
Jose 8.40 a
t 2.10 a South Saa Francisco, Redwood. San
Jose t M.3oa
3.09* South San Franriseo, San Mateo, San
JoscGiboy, Tree Pino*, Sahnas... IO.IOa
3.00* WatsonviJle. Santa Crai, CastroTiHe,
Del Monte, Monterey. Pacific Grove 10.1 Oβ
3.26 a Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
Pab Alto, Mayfield, Lot Altos. Lot
Gatos 6.30»
4.00 a Sonset Expresa— Tucson, Deming, El
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
cago 418*
4.00 a Washington Sunset Route—Washing
ton, D. C. .New York and East 0.15 a
4.00e Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Springs,
San Lois Obispo, Sants Barbara,
Ventura and Los Angeles 9.15 a
4.00 a Kansas City. St. Louie, Ourago 9.! 6a
4.20 a South San Fraocieco, San Jose t 7.28 a
f 4.55 a SanU Cro Limited—Mayfield. Lot
Altos, Los Gatos, Felton, (Boulder
Creek,) SanU Cm t 8.45 a
t 6.05 a BurKngame. San Mateo. Palo Aito,
San Jose and Way Sutiona 8.45 a
t 5.20 a Redwood, Atherton, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View,
Sunnyvale, San Jose t 9.00k
f 8.20 a Loe:Altoe. Monta Vista, Los Gatos.... t 8,40 a
t 6.25 a Eaaton, Redwood, Mountain View,
San Jose I.IOf
t 5.30 a Loop— Valencia Street. Ocean View.
Cemeteriea, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend t 8.40p
8.40p San Bnmo, Ban Mateo, Redwood.
Pab Alto, SanU Clara. San Jose... 3.25 a
t 5.40 a Lou Altos, MonU Vista. Lot Gatos.... 7.20 a
t 6.00* Millbrae, San Mateo, Redwood. May
, field, Los Altos. Los Gatos f B.ooa
t 8.06 a 23d Street. Visitacion. South Saa
Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.15*
8.30 a South San Francisco. San Joee 5.45 a
7.40 a The Lark—Paso Robles Hot Springs,
Santa Barbara, Lot Angeles 9.30 a
8.1 Op San Jose and Way SUtiona 7.30 a
10.00 a Los Angelee Passenger— Salinai. Paso
Robles Hot Springs, San Lvii Obis
po, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles 8.25 a
10.05 a South San Francisco, San Jok II .55a
11.46 a South San Francieco, Palo Aho, San
Jose 7.46 a
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vit Alameda Wan
To Oakland. 14th and Franklin Stt.—
6.15. 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes oast the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.16, 10.00V10.45.
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
Tβ Alameda, North and South Side—
6.15. 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutee past the
hour until 7.45 p. in.; then 8.30. 9.15. 10.00, 10.44
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—Via Oakland Pier.
Ta Oakland, I«h St. and Berkeley via Shattuek Aye.
and Elliworth St. Lint*..—Dai!v--Frt>m 6.00 a. m., and
every twenty minutes until P. 20 p. m., inclusive; then
6.00,9.40.10.20.11.00.11.40, p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a.m.
Additional boats Saturdays and Sundays only, 8.40
p. m.. 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11 JO p. m.
Tβ Berkeley via California St. and W«t Berkeley. Albany
via Ninth St. Lm«t—Dailv—From *6.00 a. m., t6JO\
•6.40, t7.00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m.inclusive: then 9.00. 3.40,10.20.11.00.11.40 p.m.,
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boat* Saturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p. m.. 9-20. 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m.
To Vijorit, Stoat. Pullman, Richmond—+64o and*7.«
fc m., 120 p. m., 4.20. &20, 6.20 p. m.
Ta Oakland. Wnhrngton-Broadway, Eatf Oakland,
Fruitvaia and Mtlroi* via Seventh St.—Dairy— From
6.00 a. m., and every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. nu
inclusive; then 9.00, 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. m.. 10.00. 10.40 and 11.20
p. n>.
Heneshot to Oakland. Washington-Broadway, Frurtvale,
Atemeda. North Side—Daily—From 6.00 a. m.. t6.20,
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, 8.00, 8.40 and forty minutes pas*
the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, 5.00, 5.20,
5.4 P. 6.00. 6.20, 6.40. 7.00, 7.40. 8.20. 9.00. 9.40, IQJt
11.00, 11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
To Stonahunt—te.OO, t6.40. t7.20. t&OO, JlO.OO a. m
tt.2o, p. nu, J2.00, J3.00, t3.20. *4M, *5.00, »5.40 and
t&2O p. m.
AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLEI
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY-From San Franefte*
South End of Ferry BuUdina, for Broadway Wharf.
Oakland —Week dayt 6.00 a. m. and every half hour
until 9.00 p. m., inclusive. Sundays and holidays
6.00 a. m. and every half hour until 11.00 p. m
inehisive. Boats leave Broadway Wharf—Week dayt
6.15 a. m. and every half hour until 8.45 p. m. in
clusive. Sunday* and holidays. 6.15 a. m. and every
half hour until 10.45 p. m., inclusive.
a for Morning. *Daily. » for Afternoo*
ezceptea JSundey only. {Saturday only,
a Monday.
Union Traarfar Co. awthoriMd ta check Baftfttfa aVtjf
from ratiisasi. _
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