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practice ground j for the j next:- two days
Of members of : both the Australian and
American which will contest for
the Davis cup. While they ■< will no . op
pose each other, players of both teams
•U'ill be... in action. " '~ "
In their play on the LonflTWOod cour
in the last week, the Australians:ihave
been closely observed by experts. It
is the opinion of many that Jones, the
youngest member of the team, is espe
cially strong in placement. "Observers
have noted I that while Dousts service
ie weak, his low volleying ; is sharp and
accurate, and a . formidable'; factor in
■" offense. :: £~SvS ': :::: '~~-" : ' J .''
Rice, the veteran of , the team, is a
one stroke player,; from - the observa
tion of his game here, relying: strongly
on his backhand play. ; All? a whole, the
visitors seem ;to prefer * the English
back court style, rarely going to the
£t ■—■'■' '- '-•'■ -—-
'7/ THREE I. LEAGUE V'j
'■• '','■' " ■ ■'. —. ■'. '".■'„'..' [ .-: ,;. -♦■
Ploomingrton 6, Quiney 1.
Decatur 2, Davenport 1.. .. . . .
Panville 8, Peorla 4. • - . ■
Dubnque 6, Springfield 1. : . •'; ■ • . -.<
■ -.-■--- • '--. - /':,:■•••■■•.■■■ -?----->i v" *^^SK3Bj
AMATEUR STARS
SHINE BRIGHTLY
Wield Willow Effectively
and Record Plays Are
Pulled Off ,
Continued" From Page 10
into camp at Balboa park yesterday afternoon.
(tear*; v .„.-.. .» •-., ,R. -. «h. E.
Union Iron* Work« ..•......."..".... 8 '15 * 3
McDonald & (oliett .;. ..rj^: , ;:.?..; :; ..- 8 4
B Batteries—AlVerada» and Current; I Steigerman
I ami; Honey. ■•. • ■ • '
r :, MILL VALLEY ,• 3, TRIBUNES C, 1
J MILL;. VALLEY. May 25.— Tribunes ') of l
i Oakland were mowed down , in lively-fashion "by.
: the Mill Valley nine this afternoon. The battle
I *ns -a great > pitcher* , ,;'duel",between; "Leftr"
Johnson and Big John Healon ,*, who was tried ont
by the;. Chicagoi White. Sox this vspring: i Both
flinders -twirled- phenomenal ball, with . Johnson
having a shade: the; better iof -hie J rival.;-.;* Kite
Rodger* of Mill Valley played a remarkable game
at short, >'accepting several difficult- chances.'
Score:■•--.. .V-, -~. . y.. :;. - . ~■/.:, -.-:- R.r:,,H.-J E.
, Mill: valleys *.:.'...-. ; ..\.. .......;.:. •?,.. V 3.5., I
Tribunes .:.'..'. .';■.....:.;...".... ...1 : 3 3
Batteries— and * Mensing; Healon "and
Pezzola. f.' ',':-■ _'\ '■;■•..•■■.■■■ ■■>■ .■>•-.•■- : ' >■■■.*
;; : ; SOLDIERS 9, FLOURS 2 . :
(Special i Dispatch' to 'The Call) ■
i I' FORT 7. BAKER. May 25.— VThirty-second
company,- C. ,A. C. won from .'the perry: Flours
i today. > The -score: .R. H. E.
! Thirty-second Company ;..;... 9 11 '* 1
Sperry Flours .\r:;.r...V..;;....;.; 2 v 7 4
I i Batteries:- •' Thirty-second *; Company—Robison
and Crow; ; Sperry Floor*—Mails. ami Payne. [~
VISITACION 9. CLOTHIERS 5 ■ •
' IVISITACIO>. T ;*fMay."2s;— Visttacion succeeded
,in : piling up ■ five -straight wins |by |downing! the
Mission Credit Clothiers at Visltacion -. thin after
noon. Score: r- ■"-.' ■'' R. -H.v E.
Visltacion .........;..'.....;.... 9 *]0 ' 3
Mission a Credit :.....;............ .5.;, 10 .'-:. 4
'■Batteries—Wilson,> Flnnegan arid Paulsen;
Cummtngs and Joost; Callara and Dora!. *.'-..•..--..-.
GOLDBERG v' BO WENS ; 14, £L. D. . McLEANS ~ 3
; The Goldberg Bowens added another scalp yes
terday - afternoon,^taking • the -I*. D.; McLeans
as their victims, making the total five straight
wins. Score: ■:'..: ' -■ .. n. h. E.
Goldberg Bowens ....... .■■■"• 14 i*> - 2
L.D: McLean....... [.. ...... .'...'. 3... 4
Batteries-Roberts and Feeler; , McLain and
Monro. . :'v .- /. ,;■■ '~ . - .-. ■•■,*;■•'-" :;*,.j.\ -\ -../
EXCELSIOR 15, SHOE COMPANY 5
,The,: Excelsiors'."annihilated* the Royal Shoe
Company at Balboa park » yesterday afternoon/
Will Meister, ,on -the mound for the Excelsior*.
pitched a fine game of ball. Score: R. H. E
Excelsiors v...'.-.'.*;*.....;.. .',.:. ... i 5 11 1
Royal Shoe Company.. . .■..:......!] 5 7 '3
Batterie*—Meieter and- Lank; • Obrlen and
Goodwin. , . . ... -~" ... \' (V .. : ''V :;! >-
V - ISLAIB CREEK 11, STARS 0 ' ;
■- • The Islais Creek 1 nine simply "smothered the
Castro Stars at Fifteenth -, and San Bruno road
yesterday afternoon. The game was devoid of
features. Score: - R H E
Islais Creek.............. ';. {{' o" - ;.
Castro 5tar5..:.;................... 0 "s 3
Batteries—De" Martini and Abbott; Smith.
Logan and Crosby. •; ; -._-.-
TCONCORD* 13, WIELANDS 5
CONCORD. ; May 25.—Louie : LowenburgV John
w lelands must hare | Indulged | too plentifully in
Wieland's extra pale this afternoon, for the score
at the final, count read nine juicy errors. , Louie
tried out many new, faces . in, today's lineup, • and
expects to gather ian unbeatable bunch together
before, long., Scott, who bore a reputation as a
siaMtcr, was warmly received by the borne slug
ger-, they taking a liking to his -assortment of
benders, scoring enough rune In the first frame to
prove sufficient to clinch the contest Score: •'*
f -■-'--■ " -IP : ' ■R. 11. ■•• E.
Concord ..,; ..... 13 8 1
Wielands .. .......-.... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.-.'. 5 ■ %': 9
Batteries —Depardo and Scares; Scott, J. Gil
lespie and P. Glllespie. ■; ,
BOXES SPRINGS 6. FRAJfKELS 0
BOYKS SPRINGS. ; May 25.—The Boyes Springs !
nine, under' the leadership of Joe Bolarl applied
the whitewash in large quantities to the Barney
Frankels, at . Boyes Springs." this afternoon. The
contest was j marked with plays •of * intense inter
est. . Ball allowed % four s scattered * drives and
fanned 10 \ men, while Plngree * made ; the entire
circuit on a hit to center field. ■> I>u . Bols - pulled
down one of the ; greatest' fielding catches wit
nessed here for some time, when he ran back to
the - fence and speared a drive that '.was labeled
for four bases, the bags being overworked at the
time. Score: - " , •
Bores Springs ;... ....\............i 5 s 1
Barney Franke's .....:...........-.,0 4 1
Batteries— ~ and Relterman; Folev and
Irilarry. ~: ■-.•.;-• ■. . .... .- ■-
> . GLEN ELLEN ,io,;sAXT ! ic;6! : rS'*';'/,.
GLEN" ELLEN, May 25.—The* Leslie Salt Co.
of San Francisco' Invaded | Glen' Ellen this after
noon, but were given a severe setback •at • the
hands" of the country outfit. The losers outblt
their opponents 2 to 1, but were unable to make
their hits count when they were needed. :■' Score
" ■ '■"--,- t " -'/• " -■.- R. 11. E.
Glen Ellen .....:. .............10 -7 4
Leslie Salt Co . .'.:. ..■s). 15 5
Batteries—Hansen and Schroeder; Schoneld, Lo
madmlni and Becker. ;--v,.",;-" ; " • '
~ BUCCANEERS 8, MERCHANTS 7
The Buccaneers and the , Piedmont Merchants
clashed \ in ,an . interesting ~ encounter ( nt \ Bushrod
Park '■ yesterday afternoon, with £ the ; i visitors
snatching the long end score of the fray. Score:
■.; .:'.'-' ."-; : ;:, v .- ■• .: 11; H. ,E. I
Buccaneers ...8:' 9 3 j
Merchants ......... .....;:.;.*. 79 4
Batteries—Clark and Glrad; Abrabamson, Bau
man and Johnson. - ■ .-• ' ' ■■.-.-■•■
. DUTCH 19. IRISH 3 .; , [.
SAN* MATEO. * May 25.—The , local -Jodjie of
Elks staged their annual game of : the national
1 pastime at San Mateo this afternoon, with the
; Dutchmen f overpowering the - men '_ under Erin's ]
isle to the tune of 19 to 3. The official scorer■!
i requested that the , hits and errors be eliminated
from pub! lea ion. A Burke, • who relieved McCor- i
mick :Hi ■ the t sixth frame, was no puzzle xto : the i
j Dutch sluggers. " for they I hammered out > many v
safe 1 drives, "Which- were converted into a like
I number of runs. - The content was • viewed 'by a |
vast throng of ardent Spectators coming from. all :
parts of the peninsula to witness the fracas." ' : I
CORDAGE COMPANY 6, TRACY 4 V |
l TRACY. May'2s.—The iWhitlock Cordage nln« !
of San , Francisco, donned their I batting togs in
this afternoon's conflict with > Tracy, and when
the smoke of battle had cleared away they were
safely perched on s the long end, with "the score
reading- in their favor. , Dee, supplied the main !
attraction of the afternoon by sending a sizzling I
three bese hit into left ; field, I scoring. three | run
ner* ahead of him. : The visitors also put up a
grand fielding game. ' pulling ; off ■' many shining
I stunts. . Score: ■•_;. <-■ R. ll.i E.
! Whltlock Cordage company .."....."..c 8 1" -2
Tr:i ..■............'... ...4 ,6. ,i
Batteriesßuhen and Jackson; Truer and
Tesch. ; .: .;' ''.-■ -:'.±y...:.:■ y : '- ... . :. : . ;.■,-.
COURT U. S. 5. COURT PRIDE 4
9 KMKBYVrLLK. iMay"2s— Court L'nited States
defeated Court Pride in the game here today.
Score: r R. H. E.
Court United States ...5 6 :\
Court Pride........... ..*:.'.:........ 4 14 '5
* Batteries—Sullivan . and• Wieland; Brown- and
Harris. . • ' ~'.:,:'. _
. EMERYVILLE 7. ELMHURST 3 ; ,
EMERYVILLE.-;May; 25.— Two game* in the
Foresters'?'league' were \ played here' today. ~. ; In
the J--morning,, Emeryville, court outplayed . Elm
hurst court, winning handily by a 7 to 3 score.
The :- score: ■'. '.. < : -.-. ' : 11. .■H.*. E.
Emeryville J,;...'.;.................7 -D. '. 2
E-lmhnrst : ..'.:...*......;.........i. 3 '.5 3
Batteries—Strcster' and ' Colette; : Matto ; and
Grlzzola.-: ■■':.--.. ~■ : :.-.. ■".:.".•.;. ~■=■>'• ...-•.,-■-,.■ .
In -' the afternoon ' contest at '• the - race - track
grounds Court United States 1 handed a 5 to 4
1 mating ito ■ Court Pride ...of i Alarm-da.:;■ '•'.*..
". ST. JOSEPH'S 21, HIRE'S 2 V,
OAKLAND. May " —An i astonishing score
was I piled up in s the- game between St. Joseph's
academy : and Hire's, when V the former defeated
the latter to : the tune of 21 ito 2. * The oeore: -
:■* -■ A ! -'^-v ; :■--'- ;■;*' -■•-:•' 'n. el ;E.
St. Joseph's '"'Academy:'.'........: 21 .24 r 2
Hire's. ..■.;..•.......•;....:....:.:,. 2 "47
Batteries —Samuels ■; and ' Palmer; Price ; and
Cronan. ■--..".:'■-:.":.,■»'.'--'"- - V- : '■ .'/....'
ALAMEDA 4. KRIEG-HALTON ; 3 ■-'~..
C ALAMEDA, Mayf:2s.*—Holding; forth: in" Rec
reation park, the Alatneda team put it over the
Kr!cg-& Heltons by one run. .-The sr-or*-: -'.. ■■-■•
. ■ •',: .' '•' - ■■•: : - - .'.■:'- It. H. V..
Alamcda %."..;..".... .....■..'....... 4 V, 3
Krieg & Halton ...........'..*..... 3•'-'- '■''. ? 4
' ■ Batteries—Manning and Schacht; Pollard and
Mackie. -. V ■■'■_---- ? --';'' ■ "?:-; ; - ■ -■*' ' • ;■■ " 5 ■■■*.*■-'■■ '■
CYCLE ARMS 9. ANDERSONS &
AI.AMEOA, May 25.-Nino ;to five was the
INN *: in ;■ th* ■ game lot ». the - Cycle Arum % against
the ' Anderson Brothers jin Lincoln J park. . The
former aggregation won. . The-score: - •"'" -
•■>:; ,-;-.- : -:- ■■.-<■■ „. . ; :..";..;.. .--' ;R. it. E.
Crete Arm« i .....;... .'... ... ..9 11 1
Anderson;, Brothers :;■......-. ;.;r.'.'.'.; 5 *.'".' 7 2
Batteries—Pierce and McDonough;'Johnson and
MctiiUirC."? *' .', --*-„,-»-; ,•--:'•;.•.'■._"- •;
• FURRIERS 8. WELLS FARGO tj: * *
. OAKLAND. May 25.—The Robert Wallace
Furriers , and ; the Wells Fartv team; played a fast
game con > the s> San Pablo t avenue gronads, ;' the
former carrying i off} the * honors with ■ scare of < 8
to 6.; The -core: ; " R. H. E.
Robert Wallace Farriers..'....'...-...' B—l2 * s .-* 2
.Wells Farge :*.. ":: . :y. .*: .'..■;:: r..:... 9 ■6: ■ 4
: ' Batteries —Knz and Held; ; Powell i and DahLy;
NEW ERAS^II,-M.< t WEINERe It ; '
.The , New J Eras trimmed ';, the sl."VWelners Jat
the; park yesterday .:» afternoon. .'.The:' wonderful
heaving .of *■; Carberry, together with the hepvy
stick work• of BraremE,.was s largely,responsible:
for the downfall of . the • Weiners..- Been: ••; r ■;%'
R. 11 I.. ;:
New Eras iY;.', '.'. -.';y.'.?'.':lH:.".'.". i..". 11 , ;V'.'jlS ' **•&
M.« Weiners'v;;;.;^^;v...'..;;.:.'. 1) 10 '3:
.Batteries —Carburry *' and I Korn;; Heeves,* McAl
lister and Vogelsang. '• .- ,
- ' . : BERKELEY NEWS 6, CUBS 0*
■>;'ln a fast game; on ;a i' San : Francisco diamond
the ; Berkeley News; aggregation blanked I the : St.l
THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL; MONDAY, MAY 26,- 1913.
AN ANSWER BOOK IS FOUR
STEPS TOWARD THE BUICK
- 1. Booklovcrs' Contest contestants using an Answer Book, are in line
for the three bonus offers of $150, $100 and $50 orders on Radkc & Co. The
first, three regular prize winners using Answer Books : will be given these
additional awards. - - , .
2. The Answer Book tells you the 10 pictures which represent the ! |IO|:
titles starred in the catalog. In the catalog* are lO titles which have stars
printed opposite them. These arc 10 of the CORRECT titles. And 10 of
the numbered Answer Book pages have circles printed on them.. The 10 j
pictures which go on these pages are the pictures which; represent: these 10
starred titles. " • : ". ' '
3. The Answer Book permits you to make as many as 10 different
answers to each picture, while having only one copy of each picture. ■■'-.'■'' ■ ;■
4. Thus giving you , the opportunity to submit ALL the likely titles you
have found in the catalog. It would be foolish :of you to cut down your
POSSIBLY CORRECT titles. Your total ingenuity is represented by the
total 5 number of answers you have found. Can you afford to cut this list
down, and so submit only one-sixth or one-eighth or one-tenth of your
ingenuity? Other > contestants will submit ALL their ingenuity. Can you
submit a fraction of yours and win? "'■'>-. '-'
. ANSWERS TO QUERIES
I will move to another address in this city ; after sending in my set of
answers.• Will that prevent me from winning a prize? No. 4
; My daughter bought T a catalog and an Answer Book, and made out her
list of : answers, but now is ill. May I write them in the Answer Book for
her? ' Certainly. . - . , , ' . . ' ;
No. 64. The child on the throne is a gin. _. ,
* What is article in man's mouth in No. 75? Looks like a knife.
May I write the initials and last name of an author whose full name is
given in the catalog? Yes. <• , ■ *; x
May one title be the correct answer for more than one .picture?. No.
Each picture represents a different title.
. : May a contestant write the j same title as one of the answers given to
two or more pictures? Yes. ' r . T - ".
Joseph's Sodality Cubs, scoring ' »i* ran». The
score: -./_ '■/: ■•:'-:■"{ '■ ;,■ j ; : R - -'X' ™' :i!7'
Berkeley News ........... ■'• ...... o fi 10 , : 9
S. J. S. Cubs ...■;;:..;;.;;...'. •i-•• •-j *>, - °
Batteries— »errt<?r and ; Lydlatt: Banallee,
; Baeier and Baldwin. - ,*■ - ■ • ■". —
\,.\ .- ;;^ALBANY 7. MOHAWK 1 y-\:k
'■ Wright, of Alba ny.. struck ■ out ; 10 1 men ?eiter
: day in a fast game with the? Mohawks fin- this
citV. the trausbayf player* winning, 7 to 1. The
score: x >- H - "•
j Albany ..".'...'.....*.7 8 '"'>■'. °.
! Mohawk r.'. ,1 ■ -~. ■■:.? °
r Batteries—Wright and Glazier fWiir and Me-*
I Neilly.'-;: 1 /;:;'.: ..,■■.'--,:'•-;■ -<:/ •'■.:-.';'
WAWONA CLUB 7. MOOSE 3
I BERKELEY, : May 25.—G00d hitting cuabled
the Watrona club *of ■' this < city ; today *to wrest
I Tictory from the Alanieda , Moose team by a 7 r to
! 3 score. '. The score: -, - . .r'.'^.-'S- : .'- R- H. ; '2.p:
Wawona club ''..'... .. •• -•• ■•J '12 i_ : 3
I Alanieda Moose t.\t\l'. :;.... v .V...•, 3 6 ~, -t 2
\ v Batteries—W. C. r Schnoor ! and Samson; ■ Spear,
I nigbee- and Steinbeck. ; ;... 1"a: ;v; _ \ - : ' ! . r.■ '• -'.;■
J" CLOTHIERS 12, COMPANY B, L. C. C. 2 } ;
I i The JnTenile Clothiers had <anas 7 '<<as 7 ' time of it
lin i registering la< defeat =' upon 'i the; Company 'B.
League of ; the Cross Cadets, ?at i the park | yestcr
; clay afternoon. Heavy hitting won the game fox
I tlie Clothiere. Score: •■ i .'. J ''>; U. K.
\ JtiTr-Dile; Clothiers ......"...... V.... 1- ■ 12 ; ." { 2
i Company >B, i l>.'C.:C.'... ...'•....'... - ." '» ;.«
I : ? Batteries—Smith and Goldbeck; Baunann" and
Aidy. : "r-; '.; ■■. '. .-- ~ '■' ;-',•";. .';.;.. -:. ; "
! :•'.,-.••.; BERKELEY 12; HAYWARDS 9;
I I HAYWARI). May 25.—The entire; Hay Ward
! team-went to pieces in 5 the second : inning of to
day's "game* with Berkeley, and the visitors '■ took
I sdTantage■ of the many • miecues.i winning with
J apparent eese. >, Score:;,,,•;-', ■■.. :.»'• H.'.yi H. ' E."
I Berkeleye '{.:.::.".:/. .......V.. 1;;:%12 12 : 4
; Hay wards ..;... .............V. » 12 6
-■ '"• Batteries—Heafey and liedemark; Vargas i and
' Gabriel., ■■■-■:■: r ■:■'-' r' : ■■ \ •: : rS-.Tit'.
I ;'- j - yi-'i- ■■;' stnsrjir 4, fraser.B 8 -"._■'
OAKLAND,'; M»y '< —The ' Snlwjns triumphed
! orer the Fraeer Photo company /team in a fast
game at an Oakland park. The score: : ;
k-.:/:':;;."■;:' ' ; r''-^';. • : ;-' •'-''^---;- -n."*. ft. T.
Snisuo ;.v.:..;.:i'..r.;.....•.;*...'.'. 4 ''/' 5 "",1
FraserJ Photo c0mpany...'........... '•'. -. 8 -;;3
Batteries— Carroll ' and Wilkinson;
Coyne and J Dill. : • '--■-,;..■• :; , v ... : .-.-: : .... ■■■■:.
.;; •': ; MERCHANTS :7. . VICTORS • 4 '"'.; ■', •f^
- OAKLAND, May 20.—The West Oakland Mer
chants took a fail out of ;. the S. J. ,S. Victors
! this ■ afternoon \at ~ Frultrale' Recreation ■ park.
J Score: ;:;.-■ -". -^;V'- V : ' ' ■;>' -'•'• R. n. E.
! West Oakland Merchtats....V.v.i.: 7 12 J
s.^'jJs.^.yictor».-.:r..'. t, j.-.'i,-;'."...-.':'.: , *>■ '.• : -^-z
V Batteries—Orr and McCarthy;!-Staraslnlch and
; McDonald. y. .. ;j ',':.'<■ ; ,-' : = ---
I;;;'.• ;'■;;,*.•/ LIVE OAKS 5, WALTERS IT' \:, ff
I * OAKLAND, May 23.— Lltp Oaks took a ;
! close contest from the D. N. & K. Walters of San
[ Francisco this afternoon. Score: R. H. .; E.
' LiTC'0ak5".............:........%;. o 8 ~ 0
l>. N. & E. Waiters.;.;:..•.-...•;.■..•; 14 1
[.Batteries—Martin, and Ects; Watson and
Browning. -■-' •. -'-■.;;.;.•:■.■..'.; ■•■ ■ *-'--•'::. > i .--t':./*
8. P. OWLS 16. BELMONTB 2 - ;
OAKLAND, May 2r«.—The S. P. OwN ran
away:; from * the Belmont • - Bare - this afternoon.
The Owls won , handily all the way. Score:. - ".
V ■;•; :;' - - ■■;'■:■■■- -:■;■; -. E. H. E.
B. P. Orfls ..:.......;....;;..:.. 16 57 ;: 0
Belmont ' Bars .............. .... 2 4 3
.'Batteries—Daborltch - and , Radke; : Wilson,
Zaler and Schramm.,,;''.*•'■/: '"■'; .-.,•..-.'
?■£-■ . SAMtTELS 7, WIXSONS 2 :; :.y^ : ;
I; OAKLAND. May 25. — J. M. > Samuels , won
orer the Wlxsons -. In a•* good • contest *at ■ the
Thirty-second: and Ettie street grounds :. this
afternoon. Score: .. •-"*■-; ;, ~> R. H. ■E.
J,i M. Samuels-/.................... 7 7 1
Wissons :..;;.T^;;;...;v............ 2 5-." ,2
f Batteries— and Lyons; Mitchell and
McCleod.." :; ,/ ...-:.■ ;-; r - " v* : ■,;■-.,':; yr^-_
Ut '— ■ — — ►;
U .. TROLLEY league ":.;.'h-.v: j :3l;
ifrr—r. ———-—.■ , ;;• .:; ' -; •. • +.
\ .j-'- -;. . -,v-,.'■■ -.;-■ W. v -x.•;; Pet.
! Chico :..;.:....................' 6 - 2 '■■■ ■ 760
i Woodland : ...;.*..' ....... 4 . 4 600
Brook Realties .. .........4 4 ~ 600
Oroville ...'..;..... .,t.:;..:,~.: 4 4 '. ; 600
Maryaville ........."............;-.'; 3 ;- : ,'--.- 5 ; 376
Colusa ■;': .*. V."..'.'..".......;'..';.".';.' 3V' ;-. 5 •■;. l' 375 ■:
: CHICO 8, MAItYSVIIXE 2
(Special Dispatch to The Call) - * .
CHICO, May 25:—Before' th? < largest 'crowd
that has ever attended a c»m<v on , a trolley !
league diamond.!Chlco <lefpat«»«l MarysTille ' here '
today by a score of S t>2. v -Marygvllle sent up !
500 fin*, i beaded by a ;bra«t» band. , : 4 Tjie game I
was -full' <jf * sensations.*?;.: Hoag.jf '- Chlco was i
responsible for ; Jite of the eight runs. ■ Bromley I
pitched, a remarkable gamp.- Mar.vsrllle's new
pitcher, Oeschger, f was knocked - out T o the ~ box
in the fourth. Score: v * . ; R. h. E
Chieo .\ .... r..... B'B '- 3
MarysTillc -, . .'.t:..";'.■;.'.'.'..... :.;'.. •; '■".'. 2 3
- Batteries—Bromley and .;' French; , Oeschger,"
Jones, Harris, aDd Unit. • < , , ■ - ■■:.■
' WOODLAKD 4, COLUSA 1 :
(Special Dispatch to The Call) V : .
I -■■ COLUSA, May 2.V—Gill, pitching : for ■,'"' the
Woodland 'Trolley, leaguers ; here this afternoon,
was . invincible. *. while i Thode § was ' pounded ; all
over =,the lot. Woodland won, v 4 to .J. Score: v
; - .'•:■' ..'.- ■ «;^-:,>;?.'?-'v,:;,".ji:Bi , ;«H;-'.;B.'
Woodland ............;.'........... 4 12 ■ 2
Colusa .- .... .~.\ '■.*;:.'.. ■/;.;;. ..■.".-..*. ,vi 2' 1
• Batteries: Wqodland—Gill *nd Hoap; Colusa—
Tbode, Snook; and ißlordon.*,'. -.;v " .
OROVILLE 18. BEOOKS 7 'C^
- OROTIIXE. May* I's.—OroTille won 'the -Trolley
league % attraction here I today % from - the « Brook
Realties.. , 18 to 7.-"- Errors on 1 both : sides marred
, the • game.. OroTillo i cnthit P, the g Brooks .r? Bat
t< riee—Oroville. , Sparks and '■ Lucas; Brooks. Kita-
end Culb^rson. ■„:'.:'.';-',, *-/-•- t>
COMING EVENTS
> i lnformal dance ; and entertainment In
Kighta of Columbus auditorium, Thurs
day, evening:, May 29.
Without Change I
Leave San Francisco 10:20 a. m., Oakland ; 1058 a. m., ;|
arrive Chicago 9:15 a. third day, making direct
connections with trains for all points East i .
Your journey will be one of solid comfort and keen "
pleasure over the most direct route between West
and East—via the
Southern Pacific—Union Pacific
1 Chicago,Milwaukee&StPaulLine I
L- • Tickets, literature and full information at - : . " ?&§&
,_ ■ 22 Powell Street (Flood Building) San Frmncieco - - Jl|
Rotary Clubs Clash on
Diamond
r OAKLAND, May 25.—Business and
professional men of this city and San
Francisco ; doffed top • hats, dress J. suits
and stiff shirts : today to : don . regulation
baseball cap, blouse and knickers In
the annual » diamond ; contest between
the San Francisco and } Oakland Rotary
clubs, '. which was played : this ', afternoon
in the new Coast : League grounds at
Fortieth street and San: Pablo :: avenue.
The hoodoo which has been ; hovering
over the ; Oaks when : they play ;on this
diamond did not hold good- this after
noon, for the home ." team X won * a de
cisive victory by °a\ score of 13 to *5. .-.:* '
.;- Much to the surprise of f the several
thousand \ loyal fans who gathered :to
cheer on their . respective ' teams to vic
tory, the brand of baseball handed out
by these business magnates was Of first
class, variety. ;■;; There J were i few jj orrors,
and the game was an interesting one
from start to ■. finish. A number ,-.'of ? the
plays were worthy of the big leaguers.
?;' San? Francisco put . over a fast double
play in one of the j innings , , while A.
Saroni, :i the ; ; sugar/" man, ; • who '-■ was
pitching for the local {club,>?. put them
over ;in v the "one, two. three" order
until ;it ; got very monotonous, particu
larly ;to the : transbayites. Not i only
Tvas Saroni clever in the box, but he
also was ; a good i. hitter, : and \ was ;i the
first : man to make three : : base 1 hits,
thereby > winning •' the -i handsome seal
wallet offered '. by President Smith »of
the Minneapolis Rotarians. * . ,
Z David -"■'-. E. ; Perkine, sales manager,
playing in the left gardens, was the
other particularly bright i star for the'
Oaklanders. With i* three I well , ■ timed
hits he brought in five runs. >;* :-; r v ; ffi
i" The I pace grew top hot ; for Edward ■
Laymance in the frame, and his
place ;in the right field was filled by
"William s Morton, who bad • been J hold
ing down . the third ' sack. , * Lynne
Stanley moved ?up from second and his
place was filled by Robert Arlett,
manager of the Oakland Rotary team.
Lee i? Bertilllon caught I for the ;; locals,
while George ;!Randolph played A? first,
William Bercovich shortstop and Rob
ert Horst center field.
'.-'.-; The I Oaklandere proved * A 1 hitters
and ;> found the offerings : of the San
Francisco 3 slabster in quick order. * "
BANKERS' LEAGUE
' • STANDING OF THE CLUBS -*,
_. ci ub—•■.--■v"--'-.-;"—;-"■■.:,- Won Lost : : * PctJ
First National ...... ■;;-.;.-..-..;.' 5.=. o • 1000
SsTings Uni0n..;. , ..".."..........4 ■•'."• 2 666
Wells Farg0....;;....-;'........ 4 2 . 660
Union Trust *..'.V.'.V.;..... 4•; 3 -' ■ 571
Mercanti1e;.....;..:..'...;..... 2 - - .1 ■ 200
International -....-...:..;:..-..1 5 'lee
Anglo London Paris.';'.;V;.'..l.l - 6 ". 143
I■;';: SAVINGS TTKION 7V,XmiON TRUST 6
_. The Savings : Union ts; Union* Trust game at St
Ignatius' diamond Saturday; proved |to be <. full lof
excitement. The Union Trust " boys ■ had every
thing their own way till the seventh. McCannV
single Into center, field brought in two scores and
Moore, V following ■> with i a homer 5 along i the t left
field line, , chalked iup two : more, giving j the Sav
ings Union the, lead. Anthony was batted out of
the j box In I the I seventh, Andrade '. flnisnlng the
fffcme. Score: R. H E
Savings Uni0n;.;;..17............. t.~ " : 9' • 7
Union Trust;*..•;•.'.*. '.'.*.'■/.".■:.:;. r:.;-..6 ■ lo" 8
Batteries— and Miller; Anthony, Andrade
and Barr. ■ - :c-," , .., * ■
WELLS FARGO 8,; MERCANTILE 0
Tn« Wells * Fargo i r«. Mercantile' game *at t the
Sotithslde v playgrounds s Saturday H wag f full 4of
"pep. , , , . The ! MercantiJes s fought \ hard * but could
not find Sammy Worth. Sammy allowed only two
hits * and i registered -17 strikeouts. «He • featured
all 1 through the I game,' end |it wan ; his I single In
the seventh t that ecored ; the two runs ; for Wells
Fargo.:* Score:.:; , .". ' ■'; v- '■/. '. ■ ■'■ ""•;:■. R, HE '
Wells- rargo.-.;:...'.r.;;......;......2 - 6 i
Mercantile r.:'.*'. ...:;;■............. ...o ■' ■'■"■ 2'- ; 2
>'■'. Batteries Worth' and Wakemaji; Bertrane and
Smith.
I:, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE j
,-♦- —— '.. ~ . ——■: —-—■ ♦-
Newark 2,: Baltimore 1. " *
No other games.'.',-»-,'•,■-,-'■" - : .-' -; ;. .
I r? : : i-:f- ,^; ; - TEXAS ; LEAGUE ■' "'-. ; \y'iM\i
+ ———-—■:""■;'">'— —-"-..'" _■■"'.' ':""''■ "'v
;. Beaumont 4, Oalteston 3. * /. .
-j. Austin .'{. Waco 2. ; v "'" ; ' '"»
Forth Worth 5, Dallas 2.
: San Antonio 2. Houston 1. ;
Alleged discrimination iln the frelent
rates applying |J from San Francisco,
Oakland and Alameda to lone and Lin
coln will be the subject of a hearing
; before J the state railroad i commission
at 10 o'clock this morning , , when the
traffic;'* bureau of the San t Francisco
, Chamber of I Commerce, act lng> for the ;
three bay cities, will attempt to ob- 1
; tain more favorable ;i rat on % raw ma- j
terials for terra cotta and pottery.
BLASSE ANNEXES
HONORS IN SHOOT
Adolph Strecker Also Does
Some Shooting f: of a
Record Sort
BOB SHAND
William F. Blasse i annexed about all
the honors in sight at the annual prize
shoot of > the Germania Sehuetzen club
held at the Shell Mound targets yester
day. Blaesef got Into the limelight 1 first
:by annexing the! Initial bullseye of | the
shoot and before noon he had run up a
score lof 72 on the honorary target,
which netted him first place. Blasse
shot consistently throughout the day,
and when the targets !' closed at \ 5:30 <he
had piled up a ten shot score of 696,
which was }"'six* pointsV better than the
second man, W. G. Hoffmann. . . :
Adolph Strecker, who has passed the
fourscore j mark and who brought fame
to California r , as a member of ,the
World's Champion Centennial club in
the early 70's, captured third prize Ii in
'
the ten ticket event, which was the
'
most important competition on the pro
gram. - Strecker defeated ; more than 40
younger shooters in , this event an<l
came right back with the second best
score on the honorary target. ."":>*' -'
M Ben Jonas won fourth prize in the ten
ticket competition and ran second in the
competition for the best centers. Law.
rence S. Hawxburst was first in the
latter event. v> ' '••
While the i shooters were going after
prizes in the Germania's big event,
John Frei was busy piling up ? a record
rifle ecore in the Swiss Rifle club's reg
ular monthly competition. Frel set a
mark of 232, and this figure is expected
to j stand for some time. M' In the same
'event Frank Muhlebach built up a total
of 227.
'*; Ben Jonas ; won the rifle; event of the
Golden Gate J club with a score of 227,
and Henry L«neburg was first *in the
bullseye competition of the Norddeut
eeher Schuetzen club. ,'"
Following are the results in the prize
shoot and the other competitions: ; '.'*
& Prize shoot; •10 best tickets—W.* : F. Blassc 696.
W. G. '~i Hoffmann 690; ;'.• Adolph f Strecker 083,
centers '
Ben Jonas % CT4, L. I, Hawxhur<it;67e. Best
centers—L. S. * Hawjhurst ? 163. Ben f .Ton«* i 21«.
H. Bornholdt " 208. sE.g Hoffmann » 327, '4 W. F.
Blasse f342,-1 O. A. < Bremer ; 340,'; F. P. Schurstor
357.-
JB First bullseye [In • morning, W. ; ; r. Blasse; I aft
ernoon, O. A. Bremer; * last • bullseye; In morning.
N. Ahrens;; afternoon, W. G. Hoffmann. ; *»'' >-.
*» Honorary v target—W. *F. , ": Blasse '',72,': W. G.
; Hoffmann. v 71, Adolph > Strecker is 71. ?B. «s Jonas
71. L. ;S. ■ Hawxhurst 71, D. W. McLaughUn 71.
R) Norddeutscber Sohuetzen club, bullseye • shoot—-!
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4:10 p.....:.; iV.; Stockton i. vr... v-... 10:20*J
*; Through Standard ■ and Tourist I Sleeping Cars
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/s3*§fc\ Schedule Effective
P§#)May 11, 1913
"NIC !><r UNIONIFERRY! DEPOT
Leave |^; ? v% VIA BAUSALITO I Arrive
J6:45a Petaluma, Santa Rosa. GuernevlUe, -' "• , '
"<; Duncan Mills. Casadero ........ Jfl-.or.p
,T:lsa Sonoma, Glen E11en.... .......... 6:050
' T:4S* Petaluma, Santa Rosa.' Realdsburg. ■ ;
Cloverdale. Ukiah. ; Wllllte, Fort ,'
*■■ . Bragg. Longvale, "•••Dos i Riot, -'-*'.'^v%.,
•Sebastopol ...../.....V....... 7:S5p
, 8:lBa Point Reyes,* Camp Meeker. Monte -i*-*^;
Rio. Dnncan Mills. Cazadero 7:33p
S:4sa Petaluma. Santa Roia, Goernevllle. ■:■
• ; ; Monte Bio, Duncan Mills. Caxa- i
*■-'"■ dero. (Leave* from Duncan .; • ■■■* " ,
v Mills) ..........v;.."......... * 7.ORp
td:lsa Sonoma. Glen E11en............... tB:S5p
t#:l6a ennitas. Point Reye5........... : *S:osp
10:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsbur* '■
c '<'; : --.i * (to Sonoma and Glen Ellen week •.- ' >
- days only,' and arrives C:O5 p.m.) 5:05p
' 1:45p Petaiuma, Santa Rosa. Gnernevllle. j
- Monte Bio. Duncan Mills (to > :
: 1»Vj*'4 v Cazadero Sunday only) ... i.%.. 10.83 a
T2:45p Point j Reyes, Camp Meeker i Monte w»«is
Bio. !Duncan Mills* Ciwadero.... |10:35«
8:15p Petalnma. Santa Rosa. Healdsburg,
C-'-.>T : Cloverdalt, Uklah, Willits. ••Sβ- . - ,
■ . -* bastopM ...*;....... .*..... .".i. i.. 1 ll:Ma
4j45p Sonoma, Glen EUen..r...........'. 0:35 a
B:15p Petaluma. Santa Boss. Healdsbarg 9:05 a
♦8:16p Point Reyes, lv. Sunday 7:15 a.m. 8:85 a
y. '■: ELECTRIC SUBURBAN VIA SAUBALITO
Saasallto, Mill Valley. Ban Rafael—Dally every
80 ■ minutes ■ from '- 6:45 .a.; m. until 0:45 la. m.:»
hourly * until % 2:45 =p. - to., ■ then 8:15 ap. on. and
every 80 1 minute* until 7:45 ■■ p. . m.; > then -• *:*O, .
11:15 Ip. m. and ; 12:80 t. m. *On s Sundays :la • ad
dition —Every 30 minutes from 9:45 a. m. to 8:15
p. m., except 2:15 p. m.
Fairfax—Leave t8:45. 7:15. 7:48, 8:15. 8:48,
O UK* 9:45, $10:13, « 10:45. til :15.« 11:45 *•. m.•
{12:15, 12:45. Jl:15, 1:45. 2:46. 8:15, 3:45, 4:15.'
4:45, 6:15, 5:45. 6:15. i 6:45. {7:15. 7:45. »:30.
11:15 p. m.; *12:80 a. m. ■ -.-.'■
twj San Quentln * via * San i Rafael—Leave •, daily fat
0:15 a. oi. and 1:45 p. m. ' . -..* . .1
•■ • Tiburon [ and Belvedere—Dally every i hour: from
:45 a. m. tin til 1:45 p. m.. then 3:15 'p.' m. and
every hour until 6:15, "ithen 7:45. 0:30. 11:15
p. m. and 12:3o a. m. ,- • ■ --.' <■ 2*Jmbsb££
■**•Arrives 7:05 p. m. ••Arrives 10:81 v«)&mS
•••Arrives 1 11:35 ;a. m. J tExcept ; Sundays.% ISua-'
days only. * ISaturday, only. Monday oaly.%«s«
-, Redline Transfer Company's agents are aather
toed ;to check. baggage ; direct : from resident*. .«g
——— — ——
BOCTES
S3^f^% ■.. -'-.*'*» t-"*
vail im»V tLIBuTcSSm '
Baato km- 7«0 »40 •. ■, lisa »30 MattOsaT
DMk Ms •■» Nertk IM »CT:ftttßWliiis^l
H. Lunebnrg 400, H. Jntortnann 465. H. Born
holdt 720, G. W. Silkman 1,172, *O, Lctncke
1.203, F. P. Schuster-J ,403. E. : Stehn 1,309, G.
H. Bahrs 1,370. ' - .v>ra*gß(
m ßwise t Rifle % club, twllseye shoot—Charles ! Ott
310, 11. Tschopp f 455, 1 Charles I Bachmann S 556,
L.'- Hmispr 723, F. MuMebftcli ? 798, i. Itm I 853. ;
John Froi 870, E. Slitter 034. A. Yon Wyl 1,054,
Frank : Sutter ■; 1,287.- A. E. * Hlntermann • 1.379.
m Swiss Rifle club, medal s sftoot—John S Frel
232, 21.1: \F. Muhlebach 227; tH. Perrin 217. 195;
J. A. Sutter * 213, 204; E. Suttor , 211 . 210; A.
\on f*Wj I ,210. 181; ;. Charles r Bachmann V 20&: t
;Charless Ott 203. : 189; «Franki Sutter 194: John
; 191. 184; L. Mauser f ISO, 188: V J. ■
It»n 188. IST.; K. de 180; 11. li«jliop|>.
lb4: A. Htntermann 163; A. Luthe 147. ■•
•S ?, 01 4£ n Uate Rifle and ? Pistol club, rifle scores
—IT. Purmann 158; iK. C. jK bdgren 215, F. A.
Garrabrandt s 210, 1 217, 226;- E. Satter{ 214. 1203;
George A. Fattberg>2lß; t C. .W. Seelvl 2OS. 2OS,'
213- v «O.VA. i |Bremer 208;; Ben Jonas 227,1212; i.
;F. Bridges 1 210. = 213; W. F. | Biasse 1226; JJ. W.
Smith 210. 4; Pistol scored—C. V,'. Seely , 00,'.
90, 90,1 QH. 89. j 04. 00;; C. T. Slsson SB; C. "W.
\\halej ! 03; Pr. H. A. 1 Sunnnfrs 82,-83; W. V.
Bl asse» 81. 93:: R. ?. W. Jones ,73.- 72. s 1 80. SC, ' 73:
M. Standlsh'- 71, 75. Si B«n Jonas 88; A. }.
Brannagaa 93,*92; t Robert Mills 94, 9G, 90, 1 94,
M:'C;-;._W;> Under 93, 93. 83. . ,
Xi Shell Mound' Park * Pistol and RiSc «lub, ■ short
range f eompetttio*—C. " S W. Wheley 430. George
Armstrong 420, vF. P. Poulter : 420. .J.> W. Phil-■
lips 424, C. M. Kraul 42.5. > Te«m , total, 2.135.
Second tram—C. W. Seoly 422. R. R. Newell
417/ F. J. Potey 4<)2, M. Nielsen SCO, J. A.
Jones .235.;-, Substitutes— l A. Siebt 420, C.
W. Under ' 413, nJ. . Baumaua 313, F. L. Me
Laughlln - 239.
W.San?Francisco' Sclluetzen ' vefein. medal scores
first expert I class—H. i Bornholdt ; 216, -L. Bendei
202, O. Bremer 221. 203; C. A. PattberK
200; Cauptain J. I). Bel ee 20.1, 208 f p
l<2. 194; O. Roeberg 204. 214, IS2, 205. Cham
pion class —N. Ahren* w 202: sW. Dreieler' 214,
1 199; If E. cHoffmann > 19C. ?« first; class—G'«■; II
Bahrs 173: G. C. Guntßer = 172; A. Huebm-r' 2lft''
Bendei/370. H - Lnneburg:s2s, Cauptain J D
Helee 528, G. Pattbere 652.: •;"•■
♦ , .
, PITTBBTJH.G * MEETS . WATI?»Tn« '.
(Special Dispatch to , The Call) -y, .i."
fSBYBOX, May;: 25.—Tne i Ptttsburg ball ; team
, RAILWAY TEITEL_
Mii Lair f r fl f m milifliW
■ ON AND AFTER APRIL 4. 1913, TRAINS LEAVE AND ABE DUE TO ARRIVE AT SAN FRANCISCO. v
VIA OAKLAND PIER / ;
Leave >; A (Foot of Market Street) > - •'-: ArriTi
(Subject to change without notice) '
4^ 2.15a Kites, Lirermore, Tracy, Lathrop, ,
■ ' :.;, Stockton, i Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, '■■;{-.
-■ ■■ ■ ' Sacramento, Roseville,: Auburn, Col- •
r>--• fax. Truckee, Reno, Sparks .:..;... 10.40*
2.15 a Sacramento; Maryeriile, Biggs, Chico. 10.40*
U i8.40a Richmond Port Costa. Mar- ;
tinez, Antioch, Byron Hot Springs,
?.'•■■ ; Tracy, Patterson, v Newman, -Los
- ■ ; ." ; v■ Banoe, Ingle, Kerman, Fresno .V::• 11.20*
[9.40 a San Leandro, , Uayward. Niks, " San ■.
'''i,:*y~<o- Jose.f.'rr;"..^.'.;;";';".. '..Ti''.'..':. ... 6.10*
7.00 a Richmond; Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
* .-■ ■: sun, Dixon, Sacramento . I'JV. J ..';.'.. ■ 7.50*
,' 1 7.00 a Elmira, Vacavule, Winters .... I.lo*
;;;'•: 7.00 a Roseville. Marysville (Oroville), ■■ Red
'■> ■ i.» .■; ding, Dunsmuir .'.. ;. .'iTVCV.......• 10.40* '
- 7.00 a Davis. Woodland, Williams, Maxwell, ■;•
■'.!'" '<■ Willows, ; Hamilton, * Corning, > Red
: ; ■ Bluff ..r.v.:.:tT..;..;.;:.. ::.. ; : 7.50p
: ' 7.20 a The : Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo
V ;'-■ Junction, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui- -,' -;
■: ' ■■■■■.- sun, Elmira, Dixon, Davis, Sacra-■■';'•. -■„
:;\-. '■ ■ i;,; mento .'".'..\'.~.'....*...'.-■: 6.50p
7.20 a Niles, Pleasaaton. Livermore, Tracy,
>v(:r:.* i- Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi,
■' ■-'•■ ■ r -*-Y? Sacramento - ;'r.:.."..V.."...'.'.... ' 7.30*
; 7.20 a Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banos, ' - - ■
j-.-= c ';>* Ingle, Kerman, Fresno ."..*.".*...... : 4.30*
5 7.40 a Richmond, Vallejo, Nana, Calistoga, >
I Santo Rosa, Crockett, Port Costa... 0.1 Op
:? 7.40 a Avon, i Walnut Creek, San Ramon, ' ;
■fl^g^-M- * ; Livermore i\f;v..'..;.".■;.r.v:..■■;. B.lo*
9.00 a Newark, West San Jose, Los Gatos, ' :- ,
, - , Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul- • ?
f - der Creek), Santa Cnuit-v;.......t'- S.BOp
5 1 BVWe Port Costa, r Martines, 3 Byron : Hot
V ;-' r Springs, Tracy (Stockton), Merced, I
• . Berenda, Madera, Fresno, Fowler,
j : Bflma, Traver, ■: Goshen Junction ■
r .' (Hanford, Armona), Tulare, Bakers- ' ■i'-'v
;v>► >.' : field 4.30b
8.40 a Visalia, Lindsay, Porterville, Ducor... 7.1 Op
: 8.40 a Yosemite Valley via Merced..;...... 4.300
i j 9.00 a Iryington, San J05e.;...r........... 7.30p
.- 9.00 a Niks,! Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock- v : :'.
I ton, ('Milton), Valley Spring, lone, '
v"; .;• Sacramente.'.v^T.r.r;....:..:;..■. 4.30*
;•': 9.00 a Tuolumne, Sonora, Jamestown, Angels : 2.50p
.]'■;:■) 9.00 a .Valleip Junction (Vallejo), Port Costa, -. 5
j iv.; iv; benicia, Buisua, Dans," Sacramento. 10.40p
> 9.00 a Goldfield Pass.—Truckee, Hasen, Wa
bu»ka (Yerrington, Hudson), Mina, . .
: --■' v Tonopah, Goidfield, Laws, Keeier.. B.loa
v- 940 a Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole, VaiVjo
." , -•: Junction, Crockett, Port Costa,Mar-^-'""- ■■:
~ tinez, Avon, Concord. San Ramon.. ? \ B.Bo*
I i 10.20 a "Pacific Limited"—Ogden. Cheyenne,
,"- . ' Omaha, Chicago : -Salt * Lake City, v •
':•;■■*-'":■" "-'■:Denver.t:.V.'./.:.■:■.;...":..'■.:'.•...> B.Boa
; 110.20 a Port Costa, Benicia, Sacramento, CoX .
l . : , fax, Truckee, * Reno, Haten, ' Love
r. ; •■■■'.- lock, Winnemucca, Battle Mountain, '
/ Palisade, Elko, Wells, Cpbre.;..... - B.Boa
{:■■ 10.20 a Niles, Irvington. San J05e............ II .20*
10.40 a Vallejo, Mare Island, Nape .......... 12.50*
|^040a'StocktOT^^^.;?^..;.^ ; .;.^.^5;?5
[1 0.40 a Los Angeles Passenger—Port Costa, ', '
" - ::.:,■•,:-? ; Martinet, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy, :
' - . Stockton, Merced, Madera, Fresno, :
. ' », (Hanford, Coallnga," Visalia), Bakers
s,. "■" ■-'■'. field, Los Angeles .'V:. *.\.: .'.:::.V - 7.!0p
[ 11.20 a Shasta Limited Do Luxe—Portland,
c*> ;■ Tacoma. Seattle - ....A. : 8.50*
|12.00n Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui- ■
fun.Fairfield. Dixon.-Sacramento.. 4.30p
12.00n Eimira, Vacavifle, Winter 5............ 7.50p
12.00n Davis, Williams, Coluea June, Willows,
German town. Orland, Hamilton.... * 8.500
12.005 Marysville, Chioo, Red 81uff......... 4.30*
■ .00* Niles, Irvington. San J05e........... I.SOp
, 1.20* San Leandro, Niles, Centerville, New*
i * * ark (Redwood), San Jose.vr.... ...',■ 7.50p
",v 1.40* Newark, 4 Alviso, Agnew, Santo Clara, '^- : ".{■■•■■ t
■West San Joee .;■.::.:. = 10.00*
t 1.40* Wright, Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz... , ; IO.OOp
5 I 8.000 Overland Limited De Luxe —Denver, - ;
> -; Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha, Chi
i f '■ &"''-''.'J- cago .-:;*'..■. .-.r....;.': - 0.30 a
:- '■ 2.40* San Xe&ndro, Nile*. San Jose . .*....., 7.30p
v '■-■■■ 3.00* Benicia. Suisun, Sacramento—Wood
land, Tudor, Yuba City, Maryaville, .
Oroville 11.10 a
~; 3.00p Elmira, Vaca ville, Win ten, Rumsey... 11.1 Oa
V 3.20* Richmond, Port f ? Costa, Martinez, ' I ■';.'; ;
Byron Hot Springs, Modesto, Mer
• ced, Madera, Fresno 10.400
4.00* Port Costa, Martinez, Concord, Wal
,■' • s nut Creek, San Ramon, Livermore.. ; - 9.30 a
n 4.00* Vallejo, Napa, St. Helena, Calistoga,
". : ; "~Glen Ellen, Santo R05a:.:.;V::.. ..'-" 9.30 a
14.00* Niles ; (Centerville, ; Newark), ■; Sunol, - - .
',i : Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy, Stock-i , '' '
V - ton, Loc*i, Sacramento .:.:....:::.;''12.500
B 4.40* San Leandro, Hayward, Niles, Pleas-/1 8.30 a
: anton,livermore ;:...'......-::..\j10.10a
'>i 4.400 Irvington, San Joee .........:...:..- 8.30 a
''$g 4.40* Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banos,. -
•, Kerman, Fresno .*..-.....;.".;. :.".;.t 10.40*
4.40* Valley Flyer— Costa; Byron Hot % ;■.
* ~ V Springs, i Tracy, $ Modesto, Merced, > "
*, % ; Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction.
• " Tulare, Eakersneld, ? Mojave, Los , s
; V-~ - ; Angeles ...;:....;.-.......;:;. .\ 12.80*
B.oo* Valleio, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun, .'
»; . •-. .'Sacramento, -RosevUle,i-'Lincoln, ..
i Wheatland, ::, Marysville .; (Oroville),•
'' y: Gridley, Biggs, Chico. , .. f....". .T.v* 11.30*
■'■ B.oo* Davis, , ; ArbuoUe, Williams, Willows, -
>: ;.-, ; Orland, Tehama '...■..;;.".... 10.40*
8.000 Newark, West Sao Jose, Los Gatos... 9.30 a
fM B.OOp Nike,' Pleasanton, Livermore. - Tracy, *
- Btoektoa •.-;•;-.-.'.*.•:■;.-:-;•;:■:.■.:-.- fo.lOa
8.20* San Leandro, Lorenzo, Hayward,
- Niles, Pleaaanton, Livermore, Tracy, *
''';:: "'.'■: 4-'*Stockton r.:': ,t .'Vr.::'iv:'.".7.: J r*.'n.i-: 2.50*
8.20* Owl % limited—Ports Costa. Tracy;. .:
; .••..-.- >> nv Fresno, Los Angeles . .*...... ~..... B.lo*
:«,';8.20* Hayward, Niles and San Jose ..vv* o.lo*
8.40* Eastern Express—Ogden, Pueblo, Den
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago. 1.30*
- 9.40* Port Costa, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy,. ■;
- : - Stockton, Sacramento, Colfax, True- ? .
*:,' ■'~ kee;Reno;Bparksf:r.*::v;.-.:"l i > 1.30*
H 6.40p Sleeping Car to Truckee for Lake Tahoe 1 B.loa
t 7.00* Richmond (Vallejo), Port Costa, Mar-J
- tines, .Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleas- "w ; >,
i- : nanton; Niles, Oakknd^^-r;-;..: , :.- 12.48 a
11 8.20* Oregon Express—Sacramento, Roee
-• ville, Marysville, Redding (Klamath . l
Fall-), Ashland, Portland, Tacoma, '
. • Seat'.le, Spokane.::.:;:v.;::r.v:;. I.lo*
I 9.000 lit Eden, Alvarado, Newark, Santa«
- ► Clara, Ban J05e...vv... ■J'.iT.:..:. . ■''■ 7.50*
9.40s Sleeping Car for Yosemite Valley vis
' i Merced and El Port«J.T^Tf;;'...; 7.80 a
9.40p Bakersfield, McKittrick, Harelton, X -,■:.
-. im , Monarch, Moron, Fellow, Shale;..; 7.80 a
fI 9.40* Richmond. Port Costa. t Tracy, Mo- :• '
•':■■ desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno, '
-.•:.. :'-■ .^.: Hanford, Tulare ;.'; :'.•':'.: \. r;.v:. ;";■ 7.50$
f§ 9.40* Hanford. Armona, Lemoore, Huron, y- ■*• -s
p-- ««r ,3t Coaling ..:.. T.-iv. .;.v.V.V. v:v ; . d ; 7.50 a
■ 1 9.40* Visalia, Exeter, , ; Lindsay, Porterville,
,: -' ■»■■■ : "- <• Ducor. Famceo ."....:;;."...".:;. i 7.80 a
10.20* Portland'l Express— Davis, Willows,
, : Red Bluff, Weed, (Klamath Falls),
s 4 Ashland, Roeeburg, Portland, Ta- " ;
; c v, ■.■•'.: coma, Seattle /'.Crr:^;';'t;:r:w;;:.; 7.30 a
' 11.40p California Mail—Ogden, Cheyenne,
:■*:.:■*> y'.,-'** Denver,' Kansas City, Omaha, Chi- 1 '"■!■■'■. -. ■
■ --'eate:.;.-....-..*..:.-:............. 8.300
111.400 Port ' Costa, j Benicia, - Suisun, . Davis, ■" - '• ■ ■
:■, -:- ---■■ - Sacramento, Cotfat, Truckee, Reno. 8.30*
NETHERLANDS ROUTE
. From Pactfc Street VVharf : v "
i This : route .offers exceptional | opportunity for Auto
: mobiiist*i to reach ail point* on the Sacramento River:
I ColunevUle, Emmaton, Rio ; Vista, s Isleton, Ryde, Walnut
J Grove, Vorden, Courtland, Clarksburg, Sacramento.
■ Steamer Navajo leaves San 1 Francisco 8.30 a. m. daily
except Sunday, arriving * Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Stopping
at all points en route. & Leaves Sacramento 9.00 p. m.
daily except Sunday, arriving San Francisco 7.00 a. m.
: No stops en route.
m Steamer Modoe or Apache, leaves San Francisco 1.00
p. m. daily except Sunday; arrive Sacramento 4.00 a. m.
I daily except Monday. Leave Sacramento 10.30 a. m.
jdaily except Sunday;,arrive Sao Francisco 11.30 p. m.
' Stopping at all points en route. . .
met < Its :'• Waterloo at , *Byrea"'today, , , the - home
team scoring a shutout. ; But : three hits were'
made] off I Wallace.': Nearly > two * hundred s rooters '
came I here *in "J two '■ special» cars, , .- beaded : by: a
drum i corps •of 16 pieces, ,\ The larfeat crowe of
the season saw i Pittsburg ■go down' to defeat. ■
Score: % R. 11. S.
Byron -'.•.......................... 8 10 T4
Pittsburgst.vr.T.r:-..v.w.-..»Y..v.;. 0 3 * vl
% Batteries-^-Wallace.' * ana : i I>nrue; - : McDermott
and "■ Erane, „ Uinplre*—Richard and,McAtoy.'■'"
':■■■'- ■S^IBTIKOTO2T? 2, CENTERVILLE V I 'Lγ^-
5 IttViN;OTON.» May 23.—Irvlntton took the
measure 4 of - Centfrrllle here afternoon. In
the Township league, vby; the ~ close score of j 2
t0:1.i.-r, ,'■:■.' '■;■',-.:■■..■.-■;_ .
111
MJWIfmWffWWgHW
Route of the
ORIENTAL LIMITED
Every • Modern TraTel Comfort
i ;• - -~;_■ See
Glacier National Park
Uncle Sam's New Playground.
UNSURPASSED SCENERY
Special Excursion Rates.
Get illustrated booklets and full in
formation- from ■ ;■
G. W. COLBY, Gen'l Agent,
655 MARKET STREET Palace Hotel
San Francisco. Cal. . .
- Telephone ' Kearny 2143. , ''..
VIA COAST LINB : \;-::;.;;';
Leave (Third and Towneead Streets) Arrive .',,
-■ •' (Subject to change without notice)
t 8.06* /Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma, ■ -
:■ V; ■v v ■ Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0...";. f 6.38* '.
' 5.45 a South San Francisco, San Jose, Mor-;.
ganhill, Gilroy, -Sargent, Fsjero, :;, '•*-*• :' : -.
- Wateonville, Santa Crui ;;:.'.... B.oo* >
J 5.45p Loe Altos, Monta Vista, Lot Gatos.. t Mi*
7.00 a Coaster—San," Jose," Morganhill, Gil- - r
. ;^roy,-- Pajaro, ; Castrovilie. Balinas,
;' • Soledad, King City, Paso Roblee Hoi •>
i i Springs, " San i Luis Obispo, . Surf
* (Loapoo); Santa Barbara, Ventura,
'•'. ' r Oxnard, Los Angeles ;~V;:...... 10.30*
' 7.00 a HollJeter, Tree • Watsonville,
■ • Santa Cruz—Del Monte, Monterey, ' /
; Pacific Grove 10.30*
t 7.08 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Baa
. '"'■■ ■■»;"'-• Jose. Way Station* .....:......... 7.80* >;;
t 7.05 a Lee Altos, Monte Vista, Los Gatot..-7 | 3.26*
■■ B.ooa Shore Line Limited—Paso Roblee Hot " -■■ ■■>: -
■, ■ Springs, Santa Barbara, LcaAngeie*. 9.60?
Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gates,Wnght. ;
f > • Glenwood I (Boulder * Creek), Santa : .*:
Cruz, Watsonville, Del - -
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove . 9.050 ■-•
' 9.00 a San Jose, Morganhill, Gilroy, Sargent,
;' Salinas, Soledad, San Miguel, Paso ■■■:/■ v
' .. Robles Bot Bprings,Ban Luis Obispo, *" 4.00* V
.f o.oo* Hollister, Tree Rnoe—Wateonville, •
i Santa Cruz—Del Monte, Monterey,.
Pacific Gr0ve...;.......;;..:..... 4.00*
10.40 a South San Francisco, Btirlingame, San '
Mateo, Palo Alto, May field, Lot/12.30*
"Altos, Los Gat 05.:.....'....../.... \ 7.200
11.30* Valencia Street, Ocean View, Couna, •■•■-"- -
; ''• .; Cemeteries, Baden, Ban 8run0..... 1.850 i-.
11.40 a South San Francisco, San J05e....... t 8.20 a
1.20p Saturdays v only—San Mateo, Red
:,r- wood, Mayfield, Mountain View, ' ,\
:::-'5anT05e:^.*....;....:........ 111.00*
, 1.20* Saturdays , only- Los Altos, Monte
v~, Vista, Los Gatos :.-'.. ..:..*....:..§ 3.28*
2.000 Del Monte Expree*— San Jote, Mor- y . -. ■
• •'. ' - gaahill, Gilroy, Sargent, Watsonville,' ■ vv-gfsip!
>-" V; Santa Cms, Del Monte, Monterey,
, ! Pacific Grove, (Salinas) .v.Uv:.;... c 12.30*
2.050 Easton, San Mateo, Palo Alto, San .
'■'*■ - :> J*».;....'.:...;..„;;......;..., 840*
\ 2.10* South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa ■ -*3i|jgS§
- Clara, West Saa Jose, Los Gates, '
- "-\;" ■" Wright, i Felton. (Boulder ; * Creek), < '
* Santa Cms. :.rh\\:'.. ;.'.l::..".-. 111.301
' 3.00* South San Francisco. San Mateo, San
" . Jose, Morganhill, Gilroy, Tree Pinoe, •:
'■: '-*--•;■■••' Balinas ..-. .v.-.":.i r:V..;:.'. { IO.IOa \%
' 3.00* Wateonville, ; Santa Cruz, Castroville, -■-
/ *:-~ - r Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove. ; 10.10* I
13.280 Burlingame, ' San ? Mateo, .< Redwood, :
>. Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Altoe, Los
v Oatos ..... .*.'■;.-*?-;•; rr.v.T./.... 8.40* i
t 3.25b Wright, Boulder Creek, SantaCrui... fl 1.30* B
5 4.00p Sunset Express—Tucson, Demlne;, EI
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
• - ■ '.■■-'■ cago ;./..-. 9.18*
, 4.000 Washington Sunset Route—Washing
ton, D. C, New York and East.... t.llt F
4.000 Salinas, Paso ' Robies Hot Springs,
San Lais Obispo, Santo Barbara, '
; -"■ Ventura and Los Angeles ........ 9.18 a
4.00* Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 9.16* .
-: 4.20* South San Francisco, San Jose '.... v. t 7.28* m
f 4.55p Santa Cruz Limited—Mayfield, Loe - % ;
.--•...■.?,•■>? Altos,; Los Gates, Felton (Boulder ' • "r
- f Creek). Santa Cr0|....v. ".:.::. ;Tf aUoa -
f B.oB* Burliogame, San - Mateo, Redwood,: .
- , » Palo Alto, Mayfield. Santa Clan, * :
-:..-:%£. San Jose . 1..........:;.:....... t 8.308 :;
f 8.20* Redwood, Atherton. Menio Park,
, ; Palo Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View, -->■
, Sunnyvale, San J05e;.'..'.:.:...... f 9.00 l
t 8.200 Los Altos, Mont* Vista. Los Gatos... ♦ 0.40 a
t 8.250 Easton, Redwood, Mountain View, < :
. - s 5anJ05e:.^..:..;......v...2V.v;9.40«S
f 5.30p Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View, .
Cemeteries, South Kan Francisco, - '
; 23d Street, 3d and Towneend. .V... f 0.40* -'
; 8.400 San ■ Bruno, t San ( Mateo, Redwood, •
T ;'•■: <;;.' Palo Alto, Santo Clara, Saa Jose... 7.48*;
% 8.400 Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatos ..... J 9.40 a B
t o.oo* Millbrae, San Mateo, Redwood, May--:- *-. 1 '■'
ttmttoW field. Los Altos, Los Gatos f 9.00 a '
t o.oB* 23d: Street, , Visitacion. ; South r San •
< ' - Francisco, Valencia Street. 5 ;;..".;,, f 7.18*
0.30* South San Francisco, San J05e.:..... 8.45*'
8.000 The Lark— Barbara.Los Angtles V; 0.48 a'
r 8.1 San Jose and Way Stations ;........ , 7.30 a
, IO.OOp Los t< Angeles I —MorgatihiU,
■ Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Springs.
San Luis Obispo, Santo Barbara ana
* Los Angeles ;.r,r. :<../.„.:..;..' 8.28*
; I O.OSp South San Francisco, San Jose ..... II .88*,~ -
• I 1.48p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San ■
J05e......;.........;...;........ 7.38 a ■■
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-ELECTRIC SERVICE 1
Via Oakland Pier
To Oakland, 16th St. Md Berkeley, via Shattuek Ay*.
, 1 and Ellsworth St. Daily—From 6.00 a. m., and
I every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive; then
I 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, 8.401
Ifi p. a., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11 20 p. m. " -■■?■
To Berkeley via California St and West Berkeley, Albany'
fl via Ninth St. lines.—Daily—From '6.00 a. m., te.2O.
■ •6.40, 17.00 a. m., and erery twenty minutes until 8.20 I
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 t-
I Sunday only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20.10.00,10.40 and 11.20
■v , p. m. ",„•,;-:.>•' -, *:;Cv,;■;;u\; V/ v.c *■'■''- ' . * ; -'■-■*■'.■ '' '■-■-
To '-■ Oakland. Washington-Broadway. Cast' Oakland,
■ Fntltvale and Melrose, vie Seventh St.—From -
6.00 a. m., then every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., B
I inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40, 10.20, 1140, 11.40 p. m.,
112.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and.
■- Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 920, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p.m. -
Horseshoe to Oakland. Washington-Broadway, Fruitvale,
- Alameda, North Side—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., t8.20,
■ 6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, 8.00, 8.40 and forty minutes past ■
I the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, $.00, 6.20,
16.40. 6.00, 6.30, 6.40, 7.00. 7.40, 8.20. 9.00. 9.40,10.20,
a 11.00, 11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. - ;;• \.\
To VNjorit, Stags, Pullman, Richmond (Steam Ssrvlee)— r
16.40 and 7.40 a. m., 3.20 p. m., 4.20. 5.20. 6.20 p. a.
To Stenefcurst (Steam Service)—f6.oo. +fi.4o, f7.20,
> J9XO, JlO.OO a. m., J1.20 p. m., J2.00, :3.00, f3.20, ?$:
•4.00, »SX)O, »5.40 and |6.20 p. m. t .-,.,;
" Vis. Alameda Pier ,«-V «#,,
To Oakland, 14tli and Franklin St*.- '
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the %
hour until 7.45 ip. m.; , then 8.30, 945, 10.0971044"
i; 11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. si. ; ,
To Alameda, North and South Side— ':■ 1. ' :
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the \-"■
% hour until 7.45 p. m.: then 830, 9.15, 10.00, 10.4*. ' v
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m. /; .; V - "J »
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES,
From San Francisco. South End of Ferry Building, far
M Broadway Wharf, Oakland—Week days 6.00 a. m. and 11
every half hour until 9.00 p. m., inclusive. Sundays —
I and , holidays ; 6.00 ;a. m. and every i half ; hour until ", *
1 ! 1.00 p. m., inclusive. Boats leave Broadway Wharf— ?»;
Week days 6 15 a. m. and every half hour until 8.45 j:'
■■ p. m., inclusive. Sundays and holidays," 6.15 a. m,,
and every half hour until 10.45 p. as., inclusive. ,
a for Morning. •Daily. * for Afternoon. ,v"i
t Sunday except cd. ! {Sunday only. -■" § Saturday only, ,■■:-"
. UNION TRANSFER COMPANY
taents coßaet bacsag* and cheeks on trains or beats iIM
3wttNra PaeMe Compeav and deliver eaagaaa to ml.
ience. They are authorized to cheek tafgago direct fre*
raeWeocabV - - . " .""
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