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BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL SECTION
FOREIGN DEMAND
SENDS WHEAT UP
Highest Figures of Day
Come With Discovery
of Export Sales \
Corn and Oats Break—Corn
Rallies, Oats Finish
Weak
VV Cciiv
'■ " '- - ;. /
CHICAGO, July 10.—Wheat prices
ndvanced today on account of bullish
crop figures and because of aroused
foreign demand. The close, .although
easy, was 14 @%c to %#|4a above last
rtigrht. Corn finished He to Me tip, .oats
o*l %c to %c, and provisions varying
from 7%c decline to a rise of 15c- ,
Highest quotations of the day In
wheat came after discovery that ex
port business was being counted in
millions of bushels and included some
harvested No. 2 red which has here
tofore been neglected. Sections east of
Chicago were reported to have sold
today for ocean shipment more soft red
wheat than ever before in a corre
sponding: time.
Apparently the foreign buying was
largely due to the low estimate that
Washington put on the probable'yield
in the spring crop states, but there
also were discouraging advices con
cerning the harvest outlook in Europe.
.•specially France.
Only one important setback in wheat
took place. The dip occurred soon
sfter the open in * and resulted from
country dealers sending in liberal ac
counts"on bids for the new crop. Com
mission firms, however, were selling
rather freely as the day drew to a
close.
Corn rallied sharply with wheat, ard
as a result of arrivals being small. At
first the market was at the raercv of
the bears. many longs; unloading.
spurred on by the government report.
Oats broke with corn, but failed to
recover all the loss. ■'. '■_ ,
Barring an erratic upturn .as. July
pork, weakness ruled provisions. The
main reason lay in cheaper prices for
hogs.
Hutton's Chicago Advices ,
—Although wheat prices had
a dip following a strong opening: and
based on large overnight acceptances,
the tone during most of the session
was strong with bullish sentiment run
ning- high. Latter has been based on
reports of large export business and
the strength shown abroad. Paris was
higher and excited on further rust re
ports in France. All other European
centers were higher because of rains
and fears of a wet harvest. Continental
Europe has bought a great deal .of
wheat in America today, including No.
" wheat (new red), which has hereto
fore been neglected and the hard wheat
taken instead. It is claimed that the
sections east of Chicago have sold a
lot of soft red winter today to clear
from Philadelphia, Baltimore and New
port News. Meanwhile there has been
a lot of selling of September wheat on
hard spots by at least one of the lead
ing elevator concerns and it has caused
recessions from top prices. St. Louis
claims that cash wheat there is on an
export basis today and that there will
be no further deliveries on contracts
there this month.
"Corn —Corn has been easier, despite
the strength shown in wheat. The gov
ernment report was counted very bear
ish, many longs were unloading and
new investors were apparently busy
in wheat. Cash corn steady to firm In
the sample market.
"Oats—Oats lower with corn and on
free liquidation and profit taking. The
government report showing a prospect
of more than a billion bushel crop is
unheard of in the United States previous
to 1910 and wae not taken as very
bullish, despite the showing of a re
duction of 73,000.000 bushels last month
«nd a total yield indicated of 1.031,
--OSO,QOO bushels against 1,418,000,000
last year. _
"Provisions Very small trade in
provisions. Changes in prices were not
important. There was a fairly good
trade in lard early, but business in
all items proved light later.'"
* Chicago Grain and Provision Futures J- ;
(Furnished by E. F. Hntton ■& Co.. 490 California street.)
CHICAGO, July IC— 'leading futures ranged as follows: T , - .-
WbMt— " Open. High. Close. Jiilr ft. 1 e*r ago.
hPj£ jo.fo* $0.8"; SO.RTm, $1.04
■n».r\.: V; »» »* -^
,Orn " I «0 .e0i 2 .TSVi
, bP ;. • ■%% -sjj
r*eemh*r .::::: 57U, .57% ■*** - 5T^ .5S» 4
T..lr ° atS ~ .391* # .Zm :3» ' '."... .42V
rsbr':;:;;;;;;;;;;;:;:: I m ■«» 4J '" •*** β-t
jlv ™ rk ~ 2J.2T. 21.40 21.2.-. 21.40 21.2.- i«.ts ■
Snnembor :::::::::::::::: 20.97V4 * « SO.O* . 21:00 =I.OS 11:40
Tnii Lard— . n r>r , H.W ,lt.i!!"j 11.00 . 11.(V) 10,60 .
%SS?EZZEB SiSs ; -S!:S- lif 1 !!:S. HS- SS|
,„,- ' ShOrt R,bS " it RO 11. M H.fiO lI.M 11.5 T.,. . 30.45.
.Tt:!y •••••• 11821, 11 «-, 1177. It.M>4 11.R7K. 10. f>0
ZV:^:\ ::::v:.v:.:::::-::: 11:11 ;il:&. .. n:«g.;,, u.wS.-; ig.»m
DO3IESTIC AXIJ FOREIGN GRAIN
V:itur« Grain and Provisions
LIVERPOOL.
TTheat— , -TolT. Oct. pec.
:Uni; lOS it. - -{*
PARIS
Wheat— -Tuly- >fV,- 7"!.r
:)p»nin E ..." ?I.4«*i *} : Hv
Flour, per barrel— July. Sept.-Oct.
opening ■•■ *!l''- 6.26
.losing - G.oo c..c
C"n»h Grain and Provisions
CHrCAC.O. July 10.—Corn—No. -• 61*4©62 He;
No 2 white. g.e.tc: No. -J. yellow. 61 %i@62c:
Xn a 61<gfi2r: No. -.'. whit?. 62»4<gft2<6c; No. 3
tpiiow. . fiia.c: No. 4. .-.N'.*,rtrrtOc: No. 4
white. eoVjQdmc: No. 4 yellow, u3%@6o«ic.
ICyp—No. 2. fi2i£c.
Barley— 48^S3r.
Timothy e**d—l3.7se*.7s.
CloTer seed—Nominal.
\r« York Grain Market
New York. July 10.- Floor—Kt*ady.
Wheat—Spot, firm: No. 2 red. • Nc; No. 1
northern Dnlutb; $1.01 W. Fiituree firmer,
filly closed &7?gc; scpi<-nil>cr. WHc; December,"
:. ; --.-' "-. .-' ;. '
\orthne«t Wheat
:washington v
fSEATTLE Jnly 10.—Wheat — P.l'ieetem. n';'- 3 c:
rinb, 90c; forty-fold, We; fife, we; red Rus
sian. Sfcc. ... '• , " . ' . ' : '-"' ,'■ - :
HAVE YOU 550.00
that you want to exchange for $500.00. ; Right now you can
join small syndicate by putting up FIFTY DOLLARS, ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS or any amount up to One Thousand *
Dollars. This syndicate is being organized for the purpose of
buying and subdividing, improving and selling 300 acres of rich,
well located, California Country Land.
After allowing for all expenses of subdividing
and selling, a conservative estimate shows
that every member :of the syndicate will -
receive back One Thousand Dollars for every
hundred dollars advanced. ' .
■ The present members of the syndicate are well known,
successful San Francisco business men that you will be gladi
to be associated with. Write today for full particulars. Imme
diate action necessary. Address Box 183, Call.
■"'-YesterdsT'av receipts— ',3 cars; corn, -1
; car;: oats.' icir." " -- v ' ■.:.::- v ; ■■:.-■- --: :'
■■ TACOMA. July 10. — Wheat — Bluestem, ,94c;
' forty-fold; 0."! c: club, 92c: red fife, 91c. •
; Receipts—Wheat, 1 car: oats, 3 cars. . -
, OREGON /; ,**
PORTLAND. .Inly 10. —Wheat, track prices—
! Club. 89®90c; bluestem; ; forty-fold. Otto;
: rod Russian. SBc; valley. 90c. ■ , i: ; -'••- ' •
; Receipts—Wheat,' : 8 cars; barley, 2 rats; fl"i;r.
:11 cars; oats. 1 car; hay. 9 cars.. ■ " ;■
Minneapolis Grain Market J?
WINNEAPOUS, July 10.—Wheat—J:il.v
September. December 1 94«jfrf94Sc- Cash-—
i No. 1 hard; 92%c;iNo.X northern. 01%Q923«c;
! No." I northern. 89«»<390%c; ■ No. 3 wheat, , 87»»
: : . :: .-■/. ■■-■\: -•," : --';V./■:: 1 --"c;¥'-v-.->
Flour and bran—Unchanged. .
Corn—No. 3-yellow, ." @5Se.
Oats—No.3 white. 37@37i*jC.
Rjra—Nα. 2. DM
! Flax—[email protected]. ",
Barley — Unchanged.- >-'':/C r '.
Dtihith Llneeed •:'.:••
DULIJTH. Minn.. July 10.— Unseed, on..track
i—sl.3S»i: July. $1.3 i; 7 bid; September, $1.40 Vi:
1 October,,sl.4oii-" : ■" • -
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts of Produce.July 10
Floor, qr sks.:.'. Molasses Feed, 800
Wheat, ctls .... 560 leather, ;roll* ... 110
Barley, etle ... 2,10." Tallow, ctls .... 30
Corn, ctls ...... ■ • ■O.Huies. No .. '..{.. • : 340
Bran, sks- 170' Pel No ....... '"
Middlings,- Rk» .. i 200 Lime, bbls; ......: 230
Potatoes, sks ... 1,4©0 l Sugar, ctls .....: 8,400
Onions, sks ....; 575 Wine, gals /../... 28,400
Hay, tons ...... 3»4!C0e1. tons ....... ; ISO
Straw, tots .... 10 Lumber. M ft.... 40
Wool, sks ■.. : 200 Apples. bxs.^...6Co
Malt, ske ..".... r>CO Quicksilver, flasks. , 82
Shorts, sks ..... 225 Honey, . : cases .... 40
Rolled barley, sks- 500| : ;
Wheat and Other Grains
December barley was rather; freely offered in
the local pit yesterday and the. net result of
the day's dealings was a decline of l?ica cen
tal, the new low, level for the current down
ward movement being' reached at the end of
the afternoon session of the grain trade., The
near new crop options and the distant May con- |
tract were quoted at' lower prices, but .there J
was no trading in them. Prices for .the spot
grata were wholly nominal, there being nothing ,
to speak of offering for immediate "delivery. Re- J
ceipts are small and what little grain Is coming j
i forward is being delivered to buyers who bought :
I «head at [email protected]*4. Offerings, to arrive are
i liberal, but; buyers arc inclined to -be offish, : j
Weakness still dominated the market for cash
wheat yesterday, with sellers reporting business
; very slow. The clubs and Russian red were quo-
I ted at a decline of 60c a ton and sales were few
and far between, at the reduced rates. Oats
were dull, with prices largely nominal, while
corn remained firm at the old quotations. •
■ ; - :■-.'■: CASH WHEAT '". ■-- ;
California white Australian, nominal: Califor
nia club. " $1.87Vi@1.«0 per ct! • northern■ club.
$1.5"V>©1.60; Turkey red. $l-.70®1.72H: Rnssiaa ;
red,''[email protected]: forty-fold, [email protected]; '
bluestem, [email protected]%. -
, : FUTURES . *
No quotations.
CASH BARLEY
Choice feed on the spot is nominal, with re- j
ceivers filling back orders at [email protected]. Good j
to choice feed Is offering to arrive at $I.32Vi©
1.35. .' ~ '•• -■ ■■' -■
FUTURES *
:11 a. m. Session " "
December— for opening and high and
$1.37 for low and closing. The other option* 1
were inactive. July closed af51.33»4 bid. $I.M
exked; August at $1.32% bid. $1.35 asked, and
May, 1914, at $1.38 bid, $1.40 asked. .;
■ 2 p. in. Session :
December — $1.3G 1 -i for opening and high, and
$I.SeV 4 for low and closing.. July closed at
$1.3314 bid. $1.36 asked,, August at $1.32% bid,
$1,341-4 asked and May. 1914. at $1.37% bid.
$1.39*4 asked. «'; '■■"- -. :' V'
Oats—White feed. $1.52&@1.C0 per ctl for
No. 1 to choice; black, [email protected]; red. $1.75 j
@1.90. ■■■■."".■.,■■-'■■.- ■ ■-; ■ ■'■ ■' :■ -■
Corn— Eastern yellow, carload lots, $1.5181.52
per ctl: do white. "[email protected]; Egyptian white,
nominal: Kaffir, [email protected].
Rye— 51.4001.45 per ctl. ,~, ..
■■.-■■ _—1 1■ ■. - - .-■ ■ ■
- * Jiutter, Cheeee and Egg*
■ : Wednesday's advance lin the price •of extra
eggs had the unexpected effect of checking the |
demand among retail tradesmen yesterday, and
as a ; consequence a reaction occurred ,in ; the j
market. Receipts were not large and there did <
not seem to be any great accumulation at any j
of the stores,.but It developed on the exchange |
that* several receivers had some stocks to spare, j
I and a small selling movement brought about a |
i decline of half a cent in extras ■ and one ? cent
in selected pullets. The fact that only 60 eases i
were required" to fill buyers up on the exchange !
showed plainly that there was no great short- j
age in any quarter. " ' > -■•■-■"■,,-,: ■ ~''.■ - ,
The ; quotations ■ for butter were - again .■ undis- I
turbed, the market remainin? firm all uronnd. I
Some large handlers were still putting their sur- I
plus holdings in cold . storage, but there was
very little butter left for the ice houses, after
regular trade wants were- supplied."' In the
cheese department new California fancy flats
were half a cent higher. -. ••
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
Butter — 20 cases of extras at 28%ca pound.'
Cheese-r-25 new California fancy flats at 15% c*
and 25 fancy Young Americas at I pound.
Eggs—2o cases ot extras at 25c, 10 at 24' jr. ;
10 <-a«es of selected pullets at 22c. and 20 at
21',ic » dmen. ; : ■ .-.'■ ■ ■
rieccipts were 40.500 pound* of butter. 23,500
pounds of chreae and'l.s4o cases -of "kr. ; . -;.
Tlic following arc official quotations »»t3b
!i<«bcd by sales, bids and offers on the floor of
inn Dairy exchange, Prices in the street," while
goTPrn<»d by the exchange . quotation*, " generally
r«ng« from ; I.c ■to 2Vic higher, otving to the
various charges to be added: , ■■:. .■- '.- : .- :' ~ '■'■'.-
*?:.*; BUTTKE.PBR POUND i\
Grades
<-t «-l «- I tH ' S« I -- Cm
.'Si ■£.'■? "S." £. S. " - s
x" M V «< C
,5 ;CJ . -I .5-,... g:
,J.... :|2Sc
....... 27<-
J7V 28He
;:'}27ci;;|27ev-. 27«&
; 2S¥tc 2J»i.
2*> istc
The aTerace quotation for extra butter for the
four business days ending Thursday, July -3;- was
27f«C a pound. :i '.' : " y - i"v
Cheese—Fancy California, flat*. 15% c pcr r lh.
firm; do firsts. -14i-ic, firm; fancy Young ,■ Amer
icas. IT'-c steady; Oregon twins. 16c, ateadj - ;
do triplet*. It>c. steady: do Young Americas,
l?c. steady: New York fancy, 20@20^c," steady;
Wisconsin fancy. Ic. steady.".-•.*:?
Kgg*—California fresh, per doien, cases In
cluded: ,- . ■•: ' .:■ ;': ;' v : .■"..■;;:•■
Grades

■-
9
-i

vf,
m
'A
i:
3
;tr*e .:... ,124c 24<- 124c 24<
r»t» ...:... 2214c »Mt<r|22Hc 22'
cond» ..... 20Hc 20%C 2OV4c
lect pullet8i22%e 22:
£1'
:20s
8 22'
93
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913.
V V'KS Market In XVnrhy Counties'^
(Special* Dispatch ', to The Call) , ' ; :
. c t .••KTAMMA. July ilO.*— egg market „ weak
ened i slightly t today < after receipt of, transactions
of t'je San Francisco Dairy and Egg j exchange,*.
quotatloaa ? for extra ranch being f. marked t down
■t 1 >cnr . and 1 for, selected )'millets »1? cent. Dealers
and speculator* ♦ offered .• 2314c >"• for f extra ~- ranch
and SBC lor selected-pullets.-L-Tlie .delivery-was ■
light.;-:.:...v--,,;vt ....?■•.-:,;--.• -VK.-u- -..« ■'-■.%■; r■'->'. -J i:
"5 SANTA BQ&A, ; July 10. First : grade eggs
dropped<half a <rnt .andjeecond'OT/jiullet? grade r
, egg*,l« cent today; on receipt! of advices showing
transactions! on the.San' , " Francisco Dairy, Produce
and i Egg • exchange. Local ' dealers' I today paid 33
cents ?for' choice ,;and ;, 18%* cents sper-5 dozen 'r for
second grade " eggs delivered yesterday. The
supply. , is ' light ■ compared to previous seasons i at
the same date. .-' ' ■'- : ■■':■.'-•■■'•':■'-<. V'- '•":.',
SANTA 'CRUZ, July .:■ 10.—Eggs dropped ? L..c
upon receipt' of San ; francisco quotations today.
Bayers found ! extras plentiful' at■ 23% c and firsts
or seconds dropped sto as a>result c of ! a
heavy, supply. : ■ .: :. ... - ..„■■; ,-
Portland Batter Market 1 "
PORTLAND.- July 10.—Butter City creamer
ies, extras, solid pack, 30c; 1 prints, j 3m<J£32c;
country creamery, solid sack, 2i@3oe.'•' '■■• " i
Potatoes, Onions and ; egetablfM
I Except , ' in "a " few j isolated | instances, , * prices for
miscellaneous :, vegetables were : generally steady
j yesterday, J continued heavy j< receipts ,' being offset
by Ia I brisk buying [ increment In»nearly, all; line*.
Hiver tomatoes In ; "lug" boxes were fa l!tt!<*
higher; on r limited < arrival* and % the 1 scarcity of
the large! carriers caused la'; better I inquiry i for
email Merced boxes..: Cucumbers; eggplant.": string
and lima j beans; and summer' squash < stood • about
as before quoted, with bay offerings of the latter
still having the preference over river lots.: Green,
corn was iin | abundance, i but I prices g for Alam
stock remained steady, j while offerings from Sac
ramento , ands Stockton '*. dragged ;i at low rates*
Receipts of asparagus were only 114 boxes end
they j were 3 readily ; disposed 'of *, in the regular
trade at satisfactory prices. Green peppers were
suddenly plentiful, with the result that Wednes
day's advanced prices could ; not be ?maintained.
The potato • market - was < firm, '»• with * river goods
I selling at higher prices, the advance being
' brought about by a. brisk shipping; demand.
Onions ■ were : steady at •• the' previously s quoted
rates.., '*..:.. ..:■"•-..,,;- ■■.•■ - - .-:■ ,- ■..-■: ■--.■■^- v ••■;■:*■•
r..Potatoes—New river, whit*. [email protected] per ct! in
boxes and $1.25 in | sacks; :• San Mate© do, 141.50
per ctl; old crop Oregon «Burbanks,* 80c@$l per
■CO.; :.;■-.■,, -,:•,;■ . •.:;. .• ' • <.*.■ v .-•: ■; ■;- .. .■ „- :■..
- Onions —New,'river red. 50<365c' per sack- do
; yellow. <30@70e per sack; Clarksburg- yellow,'. tKic >
&$1 per it I. •' ; > ./' ~:-..o-.-•;,-, ' .;;. ,-,- y ■ -"■
■■-.-.Vegetables—' corn. ; $t.25@2 • per . sack' for
bay; other kinds. r 73c<3sl: green peas;;- 2(ft§c per,
i lb; cucumbers,,Co(g tor large boxes, v small
boxes 23®35c; garlic. 3(g,4c■ per :. ib:.cabbage, i4O
<tisoe per ctl; cauliflower, 40@5Oc'per ■ dozen;'
i green peppers,- 60<<7;7r>e per bos; carrots. 75c per
■aek; string beans. 2©4 c*' per lb; i ; lima beans,
[email protected]: lb; ' summer squash,-: Cs@7sc per box
for bay and 35<g50c for river- Italian squash,
25@35c>per . box;» tomatoes, 40<g50c per I box- for
I Merced; large s river boxes, ;[email protected]: southern
I crates, 75c@|l; ; artichokes,' 15®25c ' per dozen;;
I green, okra, • 10@15e per lb: : > asparagus. |1|jJ2.50
I per box; eggplaat,sl.2s(Sl.Co;per boxy
Drcldnons and Citrus Fruit*
" All descriptions of orchard fruits were in cood
request, among local and suburban,tradesmen yes
terday,; and nearly everything that graded ;as
choice or fancy was disposed of at satisfactory
prices in quick time.:/ Peaches and apricots were
among | the ! best sellers I and the wide : ; range in
prices for • the former i showed ■ that - buyers were
making selections carefully and; that .they t were ]
willing. to pay well for what they wanted. Ordi- j
nary small boxes sold up ■to ' $1. ; but undersized |
fruit, which 1 was in evidence everywhere, went
as low as Csc. 'Basket; fruit brought high rates]
and small lugs from Santa Clara sold In prefer- I
ence to - similar packages : from Sonoma and at j
higher - figures.«; The market •- was >; well supplied |
with'apricots and prices for this fruit also had a
wide ■: range. '•'•: Blenheims ; from y Alameda.-. county
seemed •- to have the. most ; call, * the ruling ; price
being $1.25 a , box for bulk fruit, which was
equivalent : to about r $60 a ton. j. Some ■exception
ally fine lots brought 3c a pound and j over ,hi ; In
stances. The -leading; canning * concern recently
paid $00 ■ a ton in the \ Santa* Clara valley for
"cots'"that went 8 to the pound; Sales of second:
quality fruit were made to fanners in this market
yesterday at $30<i$40. Apples;:were' in Increased
supply, but steady as to values. Figs and Trag
edy; prunes sold off well at good prices, and what
cherries came ; In I were' quickly closed ■ out at the
previously quoted rates. .; Ordinary plums dragged
at low and -irregular; rates. ■■-Wrapped 1 Bartlett
pears and choice lots of unwrapped fruit contin
ued to command high ; prices.-" •-: only one car of
cantaloupes came hi, , and, 'although there : was '
quite an accumulation of old stock,still on hand,
! values remained firm' In that line. Arrivals of
' strawberries - from > the ■Watsontllle.'region' were j
! mostly soft, owing to the hot weather,: and 1 prices' :
; were lower. , ' Other berries stood about as before■
i quoted.'," Currants had another sharp advance on
: limited offerings; ... ■ ;'•' ■■■ ; -..:-.*■:;•,-■* ; " ;-• r-v. , :v>: :\ .
J Strawberries-—'Longworths'.i $s@7' per chest;
Banners, $8.50@5; other, varieties. $8.60 :.,-.;
Other / Berries ■— Raspberries,' $500 per chest:
blackberries, $3@4 per. chest; Loganberries, $4<g 5
per 'chest for red and j $2@3 for black; gooseber- j
ries, uiitnluai; huckleberries, 22V4c per lb.. •-•
• Currant* — ncr drawer, r.-'■•■'.-" ■■:■■■■■ ■;. '„ \
' Cherries—Loose bla<"k. "&\of per lb: Rings, !
lo@l2'4c: do Rovil Anne. We; Oregon packed, i
$1.25 i g1.50 per drawer. ; ; * :
;Peaches—Small boxen, 6"c@sl; baskets. $1@
1.25; Sonoma lugs, 75c@$l; Santa' Clara do,
$1.2501.40. ,>:., ....,.;:;■, ■;;■.-„ ■■,;.:■.;;..;.:■;.: : . ■
- —7jcQS3c per crate: small boxes and
baskets. 60igC0c: lug boxes, 05@90c for small
and [email protected] for lugs. '
Figs—Black. [email protected]. , for double layer and 60
<<|75c for single layer drawers r large river boxes.
$1.40<g1.50. J- .T ';•;. .. * *: :- ' - >,' y, t >
! * Plum»7s®Bsc. per crate; Tragedy prunes,- Me
j @$1; boxes. 30@50c. ■'_.■ '■;'/_ : -; f : • ';; :«■■ ', :'
Ife Apples I <per,, box)-f-Grravenstelris.". [email protected]
I for four tier and $I.2"<V; ! .40 for 4 1 -. tier; red '
I Astrachans $1.2501. for four tier arid $1.1.10
I 1.25 for 4% tier: white Astrnehans, $i:5o; for 4
I tier and,sl.2s for 414 tier; crabapples,: Me. >; -■*•
Pears—Wrapped Bartletts,sl.7&<ai.B3 per box;
I unwrapped, $1.868180: small*varieties; 75©S5c
! for small and $1<31.50 for large boxes'. .' »;•:! :
I ."'. Melons—Cantaloupes,. $1<§>2.25 per crate-as to
i condition,, etc.; watermelons. $1.00<g3.50 per
■ doren and l%@2c per lb. ;•"-••■, v: , .-.
' Citrus -•■ Fruits - (per rboxl—Valencia -oranges;
$4.r.0<if5.50: ..seedless grapefruit, j $2.f>o®s:* lem
ons, $7@9: off stock.»s3®s; lemonettes
Mexican, limes, $10 11.--,.:. . ' ~. -
,'■- Tropical '"Fruits—Bananas., 314 Q4c per lh '; for
Mexican, $1.23(31.75 per bunch for Hawaiian and
BVJ@-ic per lb for Central Amerlcau; pineapples,
$2(g._'.50 per dozen for, Hawaiian. - ~: •
Dried Fruits* In Now York
SEW YORK, Jaljr ,10.—Evaporated Apples-
Firm. ■ '-'• Fancy, . BJi'@B',4c; /choice, ■:'• 6% (gUTsci
prime. 6%ft9e ' . ' ..,.-..
-■ Prunes—Steedv. -California* , ni,l@l2Vic;• Ore
gons, -V.jQ^V- : ~ . . -
Apricots—Firm.'.' 'Choice. ■■: 12012% c; extra
cboico, tse i- ; v • fancy, 14%CdlSc. - , ,
,*: Peaches — Quiet. •'.'Choice,', ■ e»ieeVjC; extra
choice."'e9iQ7c; fancy, I% @7?ic '/:,.-:■ '
Raisins— Firm.: Loose I muscatel*. ' 4tj(g,";s4c:,
< hoice j to'fancy reodi-d. .">(SE<;i jc; seedless-, 4 ? , rd
6*ic: = London layers. $1.20(Ji1.40.
Dried Fruit*. Knlnlnri. Nut* 'arid \Honey
1 Prunes—Spot, bulk bnsls.-SVJc per lb: 50s, |ie
higher; 40* to 00s, jobbing at s>_.@6e as a.'bulk
basis. r-Vp \v ■ --■- • • ■.■'■.. .■•■.■■-■■ ri ■'■
Oti}or fruits, 1912 crop: ',-'; - - »
:;» ;, - :.. ". ' \ '.:•'' Stand- ' -. ... ..'■,■ Kxtra* .&■■".iV'ii ,
;50 1b -boxes— : . ■;.-' ard Choice \ Choice, Inner
Evaporated apples. ...'. . r>1.40 ' j_>^ c :-\ e»?,c
Apricots 9\Lt 11« -12c LSc
I Peaches V..;.....: 4<_,c 4-V , r. i_c ||<
Tears :........... 5 V evjc ; Tf|« ■ ■-"■.■■
Nectarine*. .'....'..• .... ; 5 Vie Re ■■- ;CVic :
: Futures, IP 1.1 crop -{'nines. 4c for 60s to 90s
and 4V«,c for .V>k =to 00s;,; apricot*. 50 lb boxes
nnfaced.' 12c for standard, 1:. , '..._<■ for choice; 1-'%<'
for extra choice and 13'«r for fancy; peaches. 150
lb boxes. for standard. 4*4e for choice, s*ic
for extra* choice and 6<y for fancy.>.'.■ „ •• :
S; Raisins—l>ooee muscatels,' ?.V t r, and 4hn>'
for 2. 3 1 and 4 \ crown, - respectively; :2. •;{. and , 4
crown. layers, ! 95c, r ' $1 and 91 . 25. respectively ; ' 5
crown i Dehesa clusters," $1.70; 0 crown imperials,
I $2.20;r seeded, , 1; lb boxes.* Z>% e • for.: fancy . and ;5c
I for ■ choice, with the usual differential ; for' 12: os
boxes;; , eeedlpes'sultcnas, , 50», ( 4*4e; do Thomp
son, tic tor unbleached.- '■, . ■ ;:■-•.* ■, -:; . -
• ; Nut* —Jobbing (prices to tb*>;trade: ■ Walnut?.'
36@]8cifor.yNo.flteoftshell 11®12.~: for No. 2.
18c for standardcand-19@20c; for budded per.lb:
almonds.' 14@16c; ■-pecans, 16Q18c;-';Brazil; ll@
13c: ; jM-anuti". *.V4©B^e ; pinenuts,: : 13@14c, ■?•'..;,;
* ■ —Fancy : water white comb, 16H@]6r;
dark to I amber,' , 13't(g!i4' j<:: ? white extracted,
nominal; at'9@loC!per lb; light amber.«B@9c;
amber, i,7@Bc; lower , grades,': 6@7c per lb. ■■■.■>. ■■ ;-■ •■;
-Beeswax— per lb for ligbt end 29331 c
i for dark. , ■'_■',:..' ■ *■•'.-. ■ ■ -.- -; ■: ' ■'".' ■~" •.;■;■ '•
;..;,: : ■'■-,; He«n«. Moeil.H and; Hops .- ' : -
Hpsuis <recleaned, per ctli—l-iman. ?3.50(35.00;
Msn'hiirlan butter. |[email protected]; ', bayos. $.!.40rq_
8.89; r rife ; whites, f4.70a.4.85: i email whites,
[email protected]: pink, [email protected]; blackeyes/$3.40(9
' 3.60; red. ?4(34.20; red,kidney.'f3.7o<@3.J>s;;gar-
I Tanzas,**. $3.r>o(g(4; :■ horse •; beans, t [email protected];* cran
berry, nominal. •< ■' ; . •.-',- V."- ■■'■.- .• '. ■.•-'.'r : .."v
i»s Seeds—Nfiistard. —; flaiteed. $3.B."@4'per'ctl; •
canary,*- 6@<H4c per lb; ;alfalfa, il4@lßc; '■ rape,
2^@3V4c;? timothy,} nominal; hemp, ac; millet,
', - -
Dried s fees— [email protected] : - per ; ctl. •'- ! -
■v; —California. 1012 crop, to jcrower<:. i 12*5
ICe t per lb * for ■ general. offerings; \ choice, scarce
and' nominal <«t.;2oe."v"-. ; v-;- "•;.*•>..■ ~. ; -=i.>.;•. •.*.-',_■.■■;■.
■: NEW TORK. July 10.— Hop*--Quiet; • state;
common to -hoiee. 191.;. ■14®lJic:«lo mil. '.>(£
I4r: 'Pacific coast, 1912, 15519 c; do; 1911,
iliei4c. ; : ;rv "■■ ;■• '~■%.■;■■%- ■ '- u '--ir.-
Flonr and Farinaceous, Good *? > ,}[-,
■ Flour * (net -'per bbl) —California Can 11T : extra
$s.6o@e*£do- bake.ra'yns.trM. , '?'f4.no@s.'. , O: naper
flne, [email protected];" Dakota ./ patent*, g $(>.4o<g>i .40;
Kansas>patents,: $<>t_cc*>. .' •..; •: . •>/■'.■ ;,-.;; *^v
;S Farinaceous;Cloods— ln ,10 lb .sacks arc -' quoted
a* i follows,* «s per/ 100 * lbs; ' Graham " flour." S^."JO;
entire wheat' flour,'* $.°>: buckwheat : flour/; $">; - self 4
| Tlniug buckwheat flour. $3.50;-i wheatt; meal, '! $4;
rice flour. $$.W>;; rye flour, $8.70; rye meal. $3.(M);
cornnaeal. yellow ,?• and t. white. $3.23:'' '\.ira '-?■ do,
53.50; oat groats. $4.0(); buckwheat groats,'; $8.90:;
t hominy,". $3.70: cracked.. wheat. $3;V; farina, ■ $4.10:
j ■ pearl barley. ; $5.80@e; t split pea». *6 ] for yellow
I and * $7.50« for greeny «In; 25 lb ; sack* 10c , lower
i for; alt and 20c lower ; for 50 J Li , sacks. :■ \ r "
' Hay and FeetlNtuffe . ..;;- : .■. ; '";: : '
Keotfstuffs <per vton)— Bran,' 127038 - for ; wiiit*
and j [email protected] - lor red; >shorts,'* $2e®3o;imld
dltngs,'?s3l@S3;* rolled "barley; $28.CO(g|30;scornr
I I bhl,';i $3e<E{37; icrackrd :-, corn.- $36^$3i; chopped;
feed, f flP«t23; * *T«rjsf«eu * chop "'. feed, * |.'l in c car
lots r and : #23 , for 'Jobbing; % ollctke! meal. 20 ton
lot $32, 10 ton ,lots- $32.50, 5 ton'lots: $88,"i small
lots $33.50; * cecoannt > cake *or i meal. $23 1 for 20
and 10 too lots, j $23.50 for 5 ! ton ■ lots: and $»<
for email lots;- alfalfa : carload lots $21,
jobbing $22; - alfalfa meal,* carload lots ' $21. job
bing * $22: « Eureka js meal, •% carload : Sots ■ $21 .50,
Jobbing $20; Tig orator, per ton. $22. - -.'
H Hay . (per , ton)—Fβ acjj wheat] hay* $22@ $22.50:*'
No. lS wheat S and wheat :oat, v ts2o@2i;so;igood' 1
to choice sdo,Sslß@2o;;nower-] grades,™, $17fa 17
Itarlev and 5 oat. t $ie@l9; s fancy j tame oat, $-'l@*
22; other do, $18020;; wild oat,l [email protected]; stock ; '
hay. $11@13;. alfalfa. -$l4@lti.
i'Straw—4s@9sc; per ;bale.--<>. ■ ,
' . ; Y. Poultry and Game ~ -.t ■, ■■ '■
?-;• Arrivals of \ poultry from J state , shipping points
i were light again yesterday, being : well below, 200
i coops, and •■ although » the t demand % was •: not * par
ticularly .* brisk the -3 market I retained « all iof Its
former ■« firmness $ and i prices '4 remained ** etrong."
I Plump • chickens ; were % particularly arm as to
I values, though everything on the list was in good
*demanu.-s>. Some J- dealers % were *i talking % higher,
prices, and lit was the f consensus 'of opinion that
values ; would soon* - improve if the ;receipts ) con
-1 tinued 'moderate.**v ; No more eastern 'stock 'came*
! la.' - - ■'
I'■'■» Poultry (per dozen) —Hens. 8404.56 for small
$s@e c for ■• large ■ and -' $BQIO » for j, extra;;; young,
roosters, ': $7®B: ;do extras, $9@10; ? old - roosters,
$4®4.00: fryers,* $s.so@e;ibroners,'. $4<g4.50: for
large, [email protected] ■>- for % medium 4 and ■ $2..%[email protected] ■■' for
smallr ducks. $4@4 50 lor old and $o«7 r for
young; geese, [email protected] per pair; pigeons, $1.25@
1.60; squabs, > $lMfft. '•%,,::.•: .=,'.-.
sft* Prices ■ (per' Ibs— Eastern -\ hens, 19®!_'0e; > Call
fernia >hene,"J'ls@l7e?for l>Khorn9 and l?<Klfto
for Plymouth l ,Rocks; i young roosters. .'2s@2Cc;
fryers. 23@24c; broilers,"22c.';"-;:-> , -;.-;.•' >.'■■ v-;:..;
■;■ Game (per —Hare, 551.25@2-v ! Belgian
hare, $4@7. "• ' : "'-; ••- -. '.-' :Tav.. ■
hotenßle Fleh Market
H Prices I (per - lb>—Salmon, s halibut,' 10c:
I chicken •« halibut, codfish. 8c; red rock, lOc;
Meek * rock, "c; « barricuda;> f)c; - sand '- dabs.>' Cc;
soles, s> sc; y. kingflsh, Cc: - : carp, > 4c; *.smelts.:; ; 10c;
silver <*smelts," —; f herrings,vs 4c; * toaicods, 8c;
email striped bass.'', 15c; • large do, —; ; sea bass,
9c;, shad, " oc;;catfish; i 12Vic; 5 trout. —; " crawfish,
25c; crabs, $2..»0 per dozen.,.,** /-- " '
■ C The above quotations ? represent f. o. b. prices
for . cleaned fish,; iced. and s. boxed.
-- / i! ''- Meet Market -•- , -
; . DRESSED MEATS ..- ,
. Slaughterers' rates .to dealers ■ and butchers*are
as follows: ■;. ?' v ■ ;-,- : -, ' .. :.-. ■-..; : .,-.; •
iv Beef—Prime; steers, 12(g12>4«-; medium '-do,
lC@llc; ?heifers. llSllHc:. , cows. »%@lo%c.* .:
« Veal—loV.@ll l ie for large and" 12(gl2',jc for
small. -..■?.'■< ."•>?-"'•-*■ ■'-■?5-.- ~U~.-,.'a.'-: ■ • -;*. ; " -,-•-':-.
Mutton—Wethers. SSIOd-i: ewes. S@9e. '',
1-amhß—Lightweight. ll@12c: heavy. lOHsC. •
Dressed . pork (per*lbl—l2V,<gl3<\ . i;V<--^¥'<sß
I LIVESTOCK MARKET • .
;•• The .• following '• quotations ; are • for : good, ; sound
! lirrstock, delivered *in '■■;; Sau Francisco, gross
weight:- •■:- :-. l: " ■:-:.'.-,i~-\ ':if i- : »v.■.•■>•»: - •■»■-;■
i> Grass fed tattle— No. 1 steers. over 050 lbs.:
7Vi*7i..e per lb: under OsO!lb*,*CS4@7c; second
quality, all weights. o<26&c;;-thin, undesirable
steers, 4@5%c.V-...'•"■.'. • ' *'v. ' •' •-<.?■ ; ■
-' No. ■1. cows ■• and .heifers, * 6(!JG*ic; second
quality. 5% @3?* c; common ito thin. > undesirable
cows,*3©4c. -■ -*T ; :-~; -;■■■■ *; '. -' ■-/ •- •• •■. .•."•
" Desirable ?bulls and : stags, 4@4*«e; half fat or
thin bulls. 2(a?.<\ - . ' ,"* , , : -
h .:Calves— Lightweight, per lb, i@i'ic; medium.
O'itCHc; heavy,. r.r,tr. -jc. C,- ;■■ ■•■■■ --.-' '--;••;■;
Shel'p -Desirable wethers,'4U@4Vac; ewes, 3Vi ,
@3*iC -•■, : "",- : ..;■•'.;■:■ •-'-■• ; - ■"':'■ r.'''V : : 4 : ?>■/'-.'■' ', \
I -Suckling, lambs— + 'Sec. -~ '1. " :
I Hogs—Hard hogs weighing 100 to li>O,lbs, IV*
I @7Hc; 150 to 250 lbs, 7 l i@7-%c; 250 -lbs and
j up, 7'i' . %..<<" -* " ■ '•.. '' ■ v
. ';'■ .. '•" PrbvtMlone , : " ; , ; ; : . ..■',*■'!■ '. ''
;. i Call fenp.'-.v salad -oil v and .* Eastern ;La ins are
nuoted • higher. " »'..*. „ - ; •
Hams (per Ibi—California. H. H. brand. 20Vac;
M ; ■'& ■ L." brand. -21c: picnics, 14% c;'" Primrose,
23c; Eastern" Star,• 22»4c;; skinned, 24c; Mon-
I arch.' 20% c; picnic, 15% c. -
Bacon —Primrose, 4: to 0 ■ 11W. 32c; Eastern
Star 4 to 6 lbs 30c,: 6 to 8 lbs 29c. 8 to 10 lbs
' 27c, 10 to 12 lbs 2Cc; - Arrow, ; 8 to 10 lbs 26V6c,"
!10 to 12 lbs 25% c; medium bacon, 2OV4c; light
medium, 20% c: light dry salt bacon, 8 to 10 lbs
23c. 10 to 12" lbs 22c. :;, ■ ■
California i Bacon—M. & L. brand.; 6 to 8 lbs
27>4c"8 to 10 lbs SG'sc: 11. B, brand, 6 to 8
lbs 25UC, 8 to 10 lbs 24c;'-.10 , to 12 lbs 23 ,^"
Cottolcne-Half bbls.i ll%c; 1 tierce, llV«c; 2
tierces, llMjc; 5 tierces, 13c per ib : - Califene,!
ile for 1 tierce. 10T s c. for 2 tlei/es,, 1074 C for
5 tierces and 11 - for • half Vbls : and tubs; :
cases,"'s7.i-"-C\-?>-'t'•-:.-"'■«" ■'-'■> >■■ . -•'•"•.vu-'-: •
Eastern Lard and Oils, Western Meat Brand—
' Lord tierces, 14V*,c; 50s (per case) $7.38, lOs
I $9.15," us $9.23, as $9.30; compound lard, tierces
i 0?ic; 50s (per case), $5. 10s $6.30, 5s .$6.33. 3s
I $6.45; yellow cooking oil. 65c per gallon; white
j cooking" (oil,- 67c per gallon; salad > oil, 78c per _
■ ' gallon. .*■-"'■• '■'■■■■■ γ-i : -■--','• ';. ■ ■'..: -.- '/_■' ■:.':'-!
f California Pure Lard. M. & 1,. Brand —Tierces.
■ J4Uc; cans,. 1 to a case $7.B"Vi. 4' to va^> case
$r./90- large tins. 6 to "a case, $9.15: medium,
"12 to a case, $9.22 Vi; small, 20 to a case, $9.30.
' " California 1 ; Compound S Lard. i'Jl.r.H.'s Brand
' Tierce basis, 9%c: , cans, 1 to a case. 4-.to a,
case," $8.10; tins. 0 to a case. $0.30; 12s. $e.'!7»-i:
20s, $0.45; -. M. & L. ;' salad oil. : tierce , basis, ■ 66c;
MV' & r>. cooking 4 oil. 60c '■ for white and 58c for
yellow; Blsrola, tierces lUjC, buckets lITeC,
I half bbls ll%c, cases $7.50,-' ■- - ■'.-..•
* Beef — family, family and extra ' mess
bref. $24 per bbl. <;.!.>* r<" ;, », : <''-■'■-Ztifx^S
' Pork —Extra prime, in barrels, $2"; pig : pork,
$28. " A. • ' r
J » Hit!l'm. TaUnw,(erf»se and • Wool hm{
I Hides—Culls '«eJl'»lc 'wider ■:the> quotations; for
i salt and l@2c for dry hides. Heavy and medium
salted steers. 13»A<"; light, cowhides. J3c;;
bulls; and stags, 813.80; salted i kip. 14c: s , salted
J veal end salted calf, 17»4c;, dry hides, 24<g25c;
j culls. 23c; '■ murrain, 23c; dry calf * and . veal, 28c:,
dry: kip, , ; 25c;' dry; salt bides," 10c; dry bulls and
Bta?s. , 17<-: Sheepskins,'- short wool, ; ' 35(£40c;
! medium,i4s@Boc; long. wool, 85c@$l;, lambs, 85
: <gsoc. for long ( and Ms@?.oc- for short - wool; I milk
j ! Jambs.;lfiJloc; shearlings, l. r for No. 1 ; and
; i 10c for No. 2: horsfhides, salt, J2.75@3 for large
prime ■ and $2.25<g2.50 for No. 1: ' medium, $1.75
1 (g2; ! email, :[email protected]; colts, - ' 25080 c; horse
hides, dry, $2(g2.25 for large. $1..%0W2 for me
dium, isoc(gsl for small «nd 2r>@soc" for 1 colts;"
goatskins, prime:angoras;" 75c@$l: medium, 33
f>oe;-long hair ■ goats," 4Cc; medium. 2Dc;- kids,
0@l0c;v- -.:-■:,.--..:.:■; -■■■■•-. ' " ■--; ,:■-?. •: / - -,■< -
>Tallow-—No.'"- 1 rendered, bbls, s@t>*ic; cans
and drums. 3\4@sc. * ; , " '
• Grease —2@3c per lb. ';\ . \ 11--" *
Wool (spring clip) —San .Toaquin, 6: and 8
months. B@loc per lb; do defective. 6®!Sc; Red
Bluff. Il<gl2}»c:' do year. 12%Q14e; Humboldt
and M«»udoc!no, 6 months, 14@18c; do year's clip,
18foC2Oc. -.; - -"-J: .i: ■■•--...- - -•,,- ■-.•-.-. ■■■',',-'■. -■:
NEW YORK, July 10.— Firm. Central
America, 2»Vj<'; Bogota. -29U®&0!;<*.
Wool —Steady." Domestic fleece, 27@2Sc. :
llnr«r>i and Mule* •' : L.-':-'
Tbe following quotations for horses and "mates' 1
are furnished- by tbe Butchers'.; and Stock Grow- j
ers' ' Journal: •-:•'<■■ ' \■■' ; .' ; ~'■ ,' -■.'/-"-:'•!
■ : , ..:;:■ ■' • HORSES .-, •' . '■■[ ,
Desirable drafters. 1,700 lbs and orer. .$275<H;32.' , >
Light drafter»,« 1,550 to 1.650 1b5...;.-. 225@2">0 !
Chunks,. 1.350 to 1.5C0 lbs '.:.......... 200(§225
Wajron; horses, 1.250 to 1.350 lbs ..... 1500200 :
Delivery wagon horse*. -.1,050 to 1,250 lbs 120(^140 !
Desirable farm > mares f. ..'.*...-;.".'.:;. .'r? 100® 125
Farm", workers :*';'.'.:. '-.tf. .'. ....*......'... ..75M100
MULES—MKDIUMTO EXTRA 1
PSO Ihs, 4to 7 years .......:..-...; $75@125
1.000 lbs, "l 4 to 7 year 5.........:...:..; 12,"«17.'.
1.100 lbs, 4 to 7'year5..."...;.......... 150@200 ,
1,200 lbs : 4 t0.7;year5;:."....... r...".'.; 200@230
' Over 7 years old range from $15: to $25 lower.
n Note —Shippers to this market must have horses
clone j to: type, with »f. bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotations. ;.:
s :•,; v. General .Merchandise :'
Tht» Standard Oil annouriced;a decline, of lr ji
gallon', in red crown pasollne. engine \ distillate
and ; varnish makers' and; painters'' naptha yes
terday. : - '•■■'". —-'-'- . -"" !/ ;..•,; -■"'-;' '_ -.: :: ■-■ -;
r' Bags—Standard ' ? grain bags.
9 1 4 c; San Qiif-ntln. BV2C; woo! bag«, SOV4c for 4
and : 48c for ' 3Mi : lbs; * fleece twine, - 9He - per. lb; I
bean: bags, BV»c. ' ■ > _■■. - ...'- -:■ ... . : j
» Oil-' quotations ; are ; J for barrels-Linseed. 63c 1
per , gallon ? for ■ boiled * and a 6lc "■ for i raw. , 3 „ bbl j
lots lc less, i cases 5c more; Baker's AA , castor,
caspp.-: 5 gallons $1.07, 10 gallons $1.06; com
mercial 1 castor, , * In ; cases. We; i China -• nut, «cases;
75<g85c per gallon; extra blear-bed , winter sperm :
oil, 80c; pure lard' oil, 85c: winter strained laid :
oil, 75c; j piir<* J neatsroor oil. ; We; paint 5 oil. 1 - 40
@45c; * cocoanut f oil. - * 5 i bbl ; lots. \- Sic , for XXX,
78',-ic for Kβ. 1" «nd for No. !8; small lots :
2Hc more, car, lots lc less. , ,--.. < .<. --• j
i". Coal ; Oil. Gasoline. *>tr.—Pearl oil. in bulk : 9c, ■
in cases 10c;' headlight oil," in bulk 100, in cases
. 17c; 'i Eocene,- in •' bulk 5 lie, in ■ eases ' 19c; ' Elaine;
26% c ; Crown gasoline, in bulk 15%c,"s.in''
C»fcß 22^c : ';engine- distillate,"*iln j bulk 7><.c, ~in ;
cases• H'bc: gas >machine! gasolittp. In bulk. 37r.
in v cases ! 44% c;' varnish s<makers' ■> end i painters' i
nunthn. in bulk 14»4c.|1n cases 21V4c.: ' : .
f "'l, Turpentine—ln cases,;s7c;■ 10 ■ case lots •lc less;;
drums «ud iron barrels, fiOe; Aroturps, cases 80c, i
Iron barrels and drums 23c per gallon.
Itosln— r, $7.70; H, $7.73; WO, $9.75 per bbl i
of. 280 lbs. ■-~ , • j.i~ ■ 1
■' Red '<■< and White ! T-«-art— Red. '<- B@B^c; white,
*7*i@Bi4c:pcr,;ib;?(lo in and 10 In lots,"7HC
and 7'-4c, respectively.
Reflned;SuKar Market
; The Western 'i Sugar-t Refining company , "quotes
For Your Vacation
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Glacier
National Park
A WOXDERFIL SCENIC« HE(iIO\ ' '
Tour*, by; Auto, Stnac H6r»seback or
. C '; Afoot—Boating-—Fishing
Coat $1.00 to $5.00 per Day
;',*' , Send for :Free ■Illustrated Booklet*.
fi. COIiBV. Cieueral Agent
655 Market «t.. Saa Francisco.
Telephone Keamy 2149- -
;as3follows:-, net cash: Flna granulated, 4.80 c;
canners' granulated. 4.80<': fruit granulated n
crystal domino?, 5 lb cartons io cases,
8.00 c; f do; 2S !b cartons in i cases,! 8.10 c: monarch
bar, tablets in half bbls. 5.30 c: do in 25
i!b : boxes. 5.5."tc; : cubes. 5.05 c;; monarch j powdered,"
4.90 c; XXXX j powdered. 4,t»oc; J confectioners' A.
4.HOf ; beet granulated.^4.6oo:^ extra C. 4.30 c;
golden .G. 4.20-; SD, 4.10 c. Barrels and isos lb
bags 10c, half bb'.s 25c. boxes 50c " more per 100
lbs than for -bags of 100 lbs net. Bar in 36 and
40 Jlb I tins . $1.70 , more, in .8: and )10 lb I tins $2.35'
more per 100 lbs than the price for this grade in
100Ul»ibaga.'f-w.'-;v'-fV■':-.;;-':.y.v-».:•:;.,-.';
The I California i and 7 Hawaiian x, Sugar Refining
'company | quotes tas £ follows: W Granulated '. basts.
4.80 c; sC.'& •H. fine standard.% 4.80 c; i coarse \ dry
granulated. 4.80 c; confectioners ,^ A. 4.SOc; ? berry.*
powdered. 4.90 c;* cubes, 5.05 c; "Higrade"
bar. s;isc; bricks (in half bbls). 5.30 c; bricks (in
25 lb boxes};-' 5.55e; | crystal dominos |(5 : Ib. cartons
in cases),?B.COc;; do ; 2 lb :cartons• in ; cases, 9.10 c ;;
extra.'"- fine | dry Ji granulated (100 lh bags only),
4.60 cfl extra C 4.30 c; golden . C # ' 4.20 c;: yellow D,
4.10 c; Additional per 100 lbs: In , bbls and 50 lb
bags,; 10c, more;' half |bb!s.« 25c ,more: i boxes, 50e
more ', for all -J grades. *- * Bar *in-: 88 and s4O » lbs,
$1.70 more.; In 10 lb tins $2.35 more. - Minimum
order,' carload weigh!. ■ " ■■'-"-■-. : • ■■'-:' } ' ■-•'■-'■•
NEW YORK. July 10.— Raw " strong.
Centrifugal. 3.54a8.«1c; muscovado, [email protected];'
molasses, [email protected]. >' '.. ; ■<,<- ~■*■"." )'•;.: 7: :
REAL ESTATE ACTIONS
H.■;• 11. Johnson and 1 wife to ; Rose de Martini,
lot ■in .'■ NW ' line* of "ChVnery' street," 325 NE "of
Whitney. NE 1:5, NW 103. SW 27, SR 00:; $10.
-c Mrs. >C.; C. - Amedee, to iFrank TUonias C«rnrn,
lot in W line of i Harrison "street,";looS:o£
Twenty-rourtU ? street. 8 30 , by.W. 112:6;' $10. ,-"*;
: ; -Mrs. Ol.rnthia - Moffitt to : 11. -R. Pain ton ; and
wife, i lot in aNW line of . Madrid street. > 150 jBW
of France a?enuo. 123 by NW 10<>; $10. >
; ' John -T. Fofarty ;to i Robert «C. Porter. ■■ lot iin
S line of Pacific avenue. 66:0 W of Presidio are
nue, W; 52 by S ■ 27:8%;.- $10. -■':;-''. v -'f> w v
** Robert Pleaee ; Phillip to Elbridge .T. Bailey
and .Thomas*, Walsh, lot in -B'line =of lill*abetn
streot, 254:2 Eof Douglass, E 25:10 by 114:
$10.w■-•*:•;•.;■>:;*.'• ; .:,■.. ■'- ■-.-.;>. .-.>•- ' : ■-',;■■ ••^-■i,-----^5
». Anglo-American Land company to Ada 1.. Cra
mer, :i lot ,in W line *of ; Twenty-fifth aTenue, - 400
Sot, Klrkham, S 50 .by W : 120; ? $10. .' i ■- i- '--■>'
■■-• • Fred ' Wardenv and. wife >to Francis; W. Huller,
lot in SE line of Paris -street," 300 NE of China
aYrnue, ;NE 25 by SE*;iOO : $10. I- i= ;
v Mary Ann Belden ;to Blanche: K. Margue
rite A Belden. lot : in X line of Gouph; street,*
137:0. K. of Vallejo. N 28:0 by X 10S:(>: gift. «;
~ Amelia S. Damon to Manuel I". Venrelan anil
wife, lot In W line Jof Sixteenth, aVenue South
and , ' X street.* NW 50 by '8W ! 100; $10. ' h ■: ;.
: * Mrs. Maurice' Katz to Charles ■ Gossman."- lot :in
E line -of Rhode' Island' street, 140 N of Nine
teenth,' X ■;■ 133:0%; VNW 01:4. SW ■ HO. to »
point, r 229 ? S of ; Nineteenth . and , ; 41:C"4 E. of
,Rhode; Island. i SW. 25; I $25. - "
Peter Aiizonhofer and wife to Ella;FclKe; et
«1.. lots 18 to 22,*: block 5,' Syndicate's First ad
dition: $10. ■'■■ ■■■'. ■ ..■•".. ■'.-■•.--;;:: ■■-."•■ :.-'"•- '■■■ ■■..•'[-■■. '[
'-' Stephen • Dunney► and wife :to Oscar Herman A
Brother, lot nt NW corner of Rhode . Island and
Twentieth: streets, < N 25 <byj N « 100; f $10. v
.Thomas: H. Smith to Lillian C.Cam»bell. lot
in W line" of Thirteenth avenue, S of Noriega,
s 05 i by-W ■■120;--$10.■-,-■■.• ■.γ-i'.';:.: «. -■■ t,: r --:-'^."■-'",:- ':,
■.« ■ Arthur Mullan and i wife >to Terminal Ware
house company, lot in SE line of De Boom street,
180 NX of Second. NE 50 by 80; $ll>.
B) Charles Stade and wife to William .1. ' Kreuzer.
lot sin NW line of ; Moscow street, 125 '.- NE -of
France-ftrenue. NE.25 by NW 100: $10.
Henry Buettner Jr. to John -F. Murphy, lot at
NW - corner- of r Twenty-fourth f and iDe Haro
streets.., W 25 by N 100; $10. V, ■: • • ■ :
I N.-W. Maltby to Eleanor B. Mult by. , lot in -8
line of J Ellis street, 35 E of Mason, E 52:6 by
B 100; gift.- ; -■' ;- : ,-.■.-:,,■.-■ .-. :\-Ar
'■■ - Peter Schafer. et :al (by referee) *to Ellen jM.
Kerrigan;' lot in \E \ line of ,-. Twenty-firth • avenue,'
1":> H of Geary street, N 23 by I 120; -$2,635.':
Thomas C. Bntterworth j and 'wife to A. A.
Butterworth,'.-' lot .in S W line lof -. Treat 3 nvenue.
\-_ ■ :".■' : TBAYEL ■ y"Vo
s s
.; §j SEE THE - - ","'SI
= Grand Canyon of the Feather 5
E River and; the Royal Gorge =
— , The "Panama-Pacific Express" 5
5 with Observation :Car* and —
;| The -1915 Mail ,, Train. =
• g s
' : 5 Lcay - Union Ferry Depot _'* ; Arrive |S i
i S ■Vβ a I Stockton, Sacramento. ') .9n _' a:
S i - ie *ysalt Lake, Denver. (J' ,0 * S
E 780 ■# Omaha. Chicago, Kan- \■ * Q _ S
i 5 J™* ( ;sas City, St. Louie I)"° ■ > =
; = '- 4.10 p. .'.V.'.'.V. 4 . .5t0ckt0n..;...... 10.20 eg
~ Throusrh Standard and Tourist Sleeping 5
[ S Cars via Den. & Rio Grande and Missouri -5
' «■• . Pacific, Bock Island Lines and Burling, >a'
i: — ;•.-•-;■../■ :«,-" : ..:,v---v ton Route. v--«-~ <:-.- -.3
5% Dining Cars and Electric Lights ss
E "V Ticket Office* : v> ■ .:■> -■ ■>■§■'
= 665 Mark* St.—Phonei Setter 1651 v& a
, £ 1326 Broadway. o>k!«s-Phcße Oakland 132 5
%IIIIUII!IIUI!IIIH!IIIIIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIUUn^
jsffi§\ Schedule Effective
BJSjlMay 11, 1913
San Francisco
IMO.V FERRY DEPOT
L»ave 1 ■:;■*!' VIA 3AUSALITO C-■- I Arrlv
JO:43a|l'etalurn«, Santa Kosa, GuerneTllle, , " r.v " * ,
I •; Duncan. Mills, Cazadero +9:05p
T:lsa Sonoma, , .Glen'Ellen/..;*..".v.*:.".." , ; 6:06p
7:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healdsburg. ' ' .
' , ' Cloverdale.Uktab.: Willlti. s Fort •.
Bragg, Longvale, •••Dos Bloc, __.;,
; * ■.' "Sebeßtopol; ...:...■;..'.*...".■..■■;. n7:33p
"8:15 a Point Reyes, Camp Meeker. Monte -'= ;
! Rio. Duncan Mills; Cazadero.... ' 7:83p
:8:45a Petaluma; Santa Rosa; GuernetllU, ," : :
i j Monte < Rio, »Duncan <Mills,. Csca- , :
.■ ! . dero.i (Leaves from Duncan Mills) 7:05p
1 J9:lsa Sonoma. E11en....■.;'..*....:. JB:3sp
$6:13* Lagunitas. Point Reyes.;:... :,.V. $8:05p
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdeburg,
■■■■'.: ! ■: (to Sonoma "and Glen Bllen w«k ;?
■'•■] days only, and arrives 6:03 p.m.) 5:05p
-1:43p Petnlnma,Santa Rosa.' Giierneville, -/.:.",•-.-
I -Mont* , Rio. Duncan Mills T (to , -' *
- r I Cazadero ; Sundays only) '..;. r." 10:35 a
12-45plPolnt Reyes, Camp Meeker,* Monte . - ■
! Rio. Duncan Mills. Caiadero.•:..■ |10:35 a
. 8:15n Petalunaa.'-Santa <Rosa.s-:Healds- » \-,. t
'-■ I • bur*. Cloverdale, Ukiab, Willlts, .'• -v
; I - ••Sebastopol ■;../............■.. 11:35 a
'*4:45p Sonoma,": Glen»Ellen...-.'.;.. .V..;: > 9:35*
fi:lsp'reteluma. Santa Rosa; Healdnbufg 9:05 a
ts:lsp!Polnt Reyes. It. Sunday,7:ls a.m. y 8:35 a;
: ' ELECTRIC t SUBURBAN ' VIA SAUSALITO \T,:
• ;Bau»alito.-. Mill Valley, San Rafael—Dally, every
80 minutes - from 6:45 ,; a. m.V until ; 0:45 ?a. ? m.;
hourly until 2:45 p. ra.. then 3:15 p. m. r and
every ■30 minutes * until ,7:45 ?p. < m.; v then i 9:80. .
' 11:15 p. m. and 12:00 a. m. On Sundays In ad
' ditlon —Every 30 minutes from 9:45 a. m. to 3:15
' p. m.. except 2:15 p. m. '■■':'■•'-■■■ ■'■-■-""■ v
Fairfax—Leave te:45,.i.7:15, ! --. 7:45. 8:15.. 8:45,
8:15.*9:45- {10:15. 10:4.'., t11:l5. 11:45 a. m.;
112:15. 12:45. *1:15,; 1:45. 2:45. 3:15,-8:45, 4:15.
4:45, s 5:15, i 5:4-%, 6:15, 6:45, t":15, ; 7;45. 9:30,
11:15 p. ra.: J12:30 a. n>. ■ ' ~
■ :v.-- San ■ Quentin % vis - San ; —Leave - dally vat
• 9:15 a. in. and 1:45 p. n>. ■■-;•;;>?•*:: : - : \~S■:"■<>:■
. ■■;.,Tlburon and: Belvedere-Daily every hour from
' 6:45 a. m. until 1:45 p. its., then 3:15 p. m. and
every : hour "until' C: 15,'?: then 7:45, -• 9:30, 11:15
p. in. and 12:r.0 a. in.
•Arrives 7:05 p. - : tn. "Arrives 10:35" a. m.
•••Arrives 11:35 a. m. tExcept Sundays. JSun-'
days only. " I!Saturday3 T only:s;|Mdadeye'only. '
: RrdllDe Transfer Company's .agents are author-
, lied to check baggage direct from residence.
BAY AKI) ptTREtTBBAy yOCTBS
M»pjl YwiEir Ronfip
1 J.iJ~k»rvY»nl "ViHtn. N«*l St. KeLia. -'IIMIM
IMS tar" 7Oβ »4S S. a. I3JIO »J© •<». tN»a,
• •:■<■-) Dock tat «■». Nsitk Mnm BMMb« ,|
•w fawW ' ttmlttkmm.
245 a of Twenty-first street, S SO by W. 122:0;
$100. . "' . -.• ,
**sGeorge,; H. » Maklneon et a!, to J. J. Bauer,' lot
In W line of Forty-seventh avenue. 225 •: N, of
: Jiidali i street. N'2s by ** W 120: : $10. >- ' .-> . ■>:-*
@si l. H. troldmeyer :to , Henri 1 Bercut. et *V,','■. lot .In
W iiue of Twenty avenue, 100 N of San
tiago street, N6oby W 120: $10. ', ' '
*■ * John :« B. Coleman *" and * ; wife «f, to Joseph A. >
i Ernst, lot 30, ' t block 26, Sunnyslde; $10.
see Patrick J". F. ii Beilly and $ wife '--.to: George .; F.
Bolscheider.i lot in N line of -Eddy-street < 30-W
of Pierc*. W3O by N 75: $10. >v.v ; .. ■,•->' V
Mac A. Bluinenthal to Ixiuls Kuttner and wife,'
lot :« in > W line 2of : Seventh J avenue. 77 •- S. of
Balboa street. S 2.*. by W 90; $10. ,: v
Frederick !R. Drinkbouse to Cora B. Smith, lot
3s2^eittttaip-4;''slo:-:-:^':::\::,.,^-\\ : .- • . •'. ■:■
3 John Regan and wife to Patrick W. Donovan.
lot in X line of Nineteenth; a venue. 175' S of A
street. S2sby E : 120; $10. r :; ' .-\\ ;,-'.. -
Thomas J. Davis to William R. Davis, lot : at
NE corner %of U Golden >* Gate .'avenue and . Lyoa
street. N 100 by X 71:10 ft $10. ~ \ -
;«, William IP. •; Redlngtoa and - wife to ; Millie 'L.
Wright, lot in W line of Baker- street. 30:8 N
of Green, H 30 by W 110:10: $10.
X~'\' • Building Contract*
Crocker Hotel company with J the Turner com
pany snd William F. Wilson company— Heating,
ventilating ■ system,' plumbing, , sewering,* drainage, '<
gasplping. ,'etc.," for addition ; to" St. ' Francis
hotel, for $72,658/- -, ,;, / ''_•""
S. Montani and G. Stefanlnl with V. Rege and
G. /Rege-—All work except -grading,', plumbing,
painting, tinning and chimneys for a three story
and basement, frame building (flats) in S line of
Filbert street. 179:5' E of Gough, -E; 27 by S
137:C^for"$7,0eo.y.'^J v - '■:.•; U^.] : ■'• •■ ;'r-]:-'i
; ;.i W. r ,T. Peebles r. with r Gus 'Anderson—All' work
except Ipa I ing; for ;a l . one; story - 1 and ' basement
frame ■ residence in il S • line ;of ■• Geneva avenue,'
50.77 iE. of . Madrid street, E 25 ■by ;." S 100, 'for
$2.1.V>. .?,:..:■"•;■. - •■"-'"-:.'■".■ ' : .-:-■--■-■ .--.: •
•,;; Mrs. 'Amanda E. Tuff with J. 5. Mallpch—All
work except .basement'partitions,;;cement.-floors
and - walks - and i street ; services for ;a j two \ story
frame building (flats) in N line of Twentieth
,^ wi RAILWAY JFBATEL
!^!^ ON AND AFTER JULY 1. ICT3, TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE AT SAW FBANCISCQ
VIA OAKLAND PIER
Leave (Foot of Market Street) - : Arrive
to change without nctioe) : x iV.
2.15 a Nile*. Livß-more, : Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton, Lo'li, Gilt, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Roseville, Auburn, Col*
fax, Truckee, Reno. 5park5........ lO4Op
2.15 a Sacramento, Marysviila; Biggs, Cairo. 10.40?
2.15 a Yolo, Williams, Wiilows. Tehama.... . lO4Op
640 a Richmond (Vallejo), Port Costa, Mar
" tin*!, Antioch, Byron Hot Springs, , ' ;
Traiy, * Patterson, Newman, Lot i
Baaos, Ingle, Kerman. Fresno ..... I f .20n I
: 8.40 a San - Leandro, Hayward, Niles, San
; , J05e..;...................:...... B.loa
7.00 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
v,:.- f-i-. sun. Dixon, 5acrament0........... 7.300
7.00 a Vacaville, Winter 5........... : 1.1 Oβ
. 7J)oaJioeeviue, Marysville (Oroville), Red
■ ■>.-' .-;, - ding, Dunsmuir .-.;.1. , .;r....;..... 1040f>
y 7.00 a Davis, Woodland. Williams, Maxwell.
.- v Willows, Hamilton; 1 Corning, "■ Red ,- .
■■.■-'■'-.■"".••' 81uff.;.:..;.:..:..:...:....::... 7.30?
7.20 a The Statesman—Richmond, Valtojo?' .-■•.
"j. -" " Junction, Port Costa, Benocia, Sui- ;■'■
. ; sun, Dixon, Davis, Sieramento..... - 8.80)1
Nilet, PJeasantoa/Liverraore, Tracy,.
' - Lathrop,'Stockton (Oakdale), Lcdi,
5acrament0,..;.:.."..:.....:.... 7^o|>
7.20 a Trs/<y, Patterson, Newman, Los Banoe, 3
■ - -Ingle, Herman, Fre5n0......:..... ' 430p
-■ 740 a Richmond, Vallejo, • Nana, Calietoga, •
BanU Rom, Crockett, Port Costa.. 6.1 Op
-.' 740 a Avon, Walnut Creek, San Ramon.... 6.1 Op
B.ooa Newark, Went Sin Jose, Los Gates, . ■
' '<■: •■* Wright j Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Cm 5............ 8.50p
840 a Richmond, Port ' Costa, Martinet,
Byron Hot Springe, Tracy (Stockton),
Merced, Berenda, Madera, Fresno,
. -. Fowler, Selma, Traver, (iathen June- ;
tion , (Haaford, Armona),. Tulare, . -'. -
8akerefif1d.........;.......: 4.30jl
•'-; - 8.40 a Visalia, Lindsay, Portcrville,' Ducor... • • 7.1 Oβ
840 a Yosemite Valley via Meroed ........ 4.30 a
H 9.00 a Iryingtoii, S*n J05e..:.....:....:.... 730p
B,ooa Niles,-Pleajsanton, Livermore, Stock
,;,'". ton, (*Milton), Valley Spring, lone, ' -
' -':■* Sacramento .: 1..;.'.":. i...:..'.;:.. 440?
B.ooa Tuolurane, Sonora, Jamestown, Angela , 2.50p
fa B.ooa Port Costa, BenicU, Buisun, Davis,
5acrament0...................... 10.40e
B.ooa Vallejo, Napa, St. Helena, Calbstoga.. 4.30*)
• 840 a Goldfidd Pass.— (LakeTahoe), ;>/
Haaen, Wabtiska (Yerriajjton, Hud
. son), Mina, Toaopah, Goldfield,
• • .."• ■ Laws, Kee'or ..'.V...;.. .V..:.:... j B.loa |
> 1 940 a Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole, Vallejo I
' ".*■•;;.. ; - . Junction, Crockett, Port Mar- ' -' !
; . ! »i- : ; •: tinej.AvMj, Concord, San Ramon.; 6.50p
i { 10.20 a "Pacific Limited"— Cheyenne, t r '•- ■•■
. ..- i -Omaha, Chicago—Salt Lake City, :.
1 - Den-er .r...*.'.;.*.*..i.~.:...;.' 8.50 a
1 1020 a Port Costa, Benicit, Sacramento, , Col* * ■"• ; - r
:;..- ■::.'■ fax, Truckee, Reno, Lore- a.3>3
, : • : lock, Winnemuct-a, Battle Mountain, w :
Palisade, Elko, Wells, Cobre V..'... 8.80«
10.20 a Nile*, Irvington, San Jose 1...;..... 11.20*
1040 a 5t0ckt0n.:................... ....{' '^op
1040 a Los > Angles ' Passenger—
" Port Costa, Martinet, Byron Hot
j: Springs, Tracy,- Stockton, Merced,
Madero, Fresno, (Hanford, Coelingv
Visalia), Bakersfield, Los Angeles... 7.1 Op
11.20 a Shasta , Limited De : Luxe—Portland, ' -
'ii - i • Ta-oma, Seattle .-.:..'.':. .:..:.... i-. B^op
12.00n Richmond, Port Costa, Benkia, Bui- :
J - • sun, Fairfield, Dinon, Sacramento..-.'-' 4JOB
. 12.00n Elmira, Vaeaville, Winter 5...;....... 7JOp
5 12.00n Davis, Williams, Col i»a June, Willows,
: ; Germantowa, OrlaaL Hamilton 8.50b
I 12.00n Marysville. Chico, Red 81uff......... 4.30e
■ l/)0e Nitej, Irvwtjfon, San J05e........... ,\A9?
• l2op San Leandro. Nile-, Centerville. New
; , v - ark (Redwood), San Jose ........ 7.50*j
. 1.20s Newark; Alviso, Agnew, Santa Clara,
' -' West San Jose, Los Gatot, Gien-: A;V
-, wood, Felton, .- (Boulder,- Creek), ,
' ; SaataCruz, Wata0nvi11e........... • 9.1 Of
V - 240p San Leandro. Niles, San Jose ........ . 7.308
:' 3.00p Richmond, Benioia, Suisun, Sacra
• - . rarnto—Woodland. ' Tudor,* Yuba "'■ -
'.■■-■ City, Marysville, Oroville ......... 1 I.IOa
m 3.00n Elmira, Vacavillo, Winters, Rumsey.. M.IOa
; 53.20ps 3.20p Richmond. 'Port j Costa, Martinet,
i •« v ■■;"'- Byron Hot. Springs, Modesto, Mer
.' J i ced, Madera, Fresno , . 1 .:........"... 104*0
skOOa Overland Limited De '■ Luxe—Denver. y
'■•--";-' ;, .'. ; Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
Chicago v..<: ;..:..;.....:..... 9-30 a
44500 Port Costa, Martine.Coneord, Wai
: nut Creek, Baa Ramon, Livermore.. 9.10 a
: sWIOe Vallejo, Napa, Bt. Helena, Calistoga,
* - Glen Ellea, Senta Rosa ...........' 9.10 a
4.00p Nilea,(Centefville, Newark), Sunol.
. Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy, Stock- - ■
ton, Lodi, Sacramento :.'...:::.,. 12.50»
MOp San Leandro. HAyward, Nile*, Plea*-/ 1 BJOa
- antoi, Livermore ......:......;. \ ll o.loa
I 440 a Irvington. San J05e.....'.:.........' 9.30 a
i 4.40p Tracy. Patterson, Newman, Lot Banes, ■-■
■ ■ Kerman, Fresno .?:.::.."...:..:.. 10.40 a
-sUOb Valley Flyer—Port Costa. Byron Hot .-•:;,
■j£u .- - Springs, Tracy, Modeito, Merced, -
: "Madera, Fresao./Goshen Junction, 'r ... '.*
':':'■'■''■' Tulare, Bakersneld, Mojave, .Los
•■ -:. -':■-■ '-■ Angelet ;r.;.r::.: .•..:.•-..::;.:.■:. «2.50»
; B.OOp Vallejo, Port Costa. Benicia, Suisun,
./. Sacramento,-»Roseville, ; Lincoln, ,
\." Wheatland, : ; Marysviller (Oroville),
Gridley, Bkgs, Chic 0........... T. 1040b
'' B.oob Davis,'; Arbuoße, t William*, <■ Willow*,
;.: Orland, Tehama ::;:;.:.::.... IO4O»
,: B,ooa Newark, West San Jose, Los Gates... 10.10 a
8.009 Saturdays and Sundays—Gleawood, -
: Felton. Santa Cru5:....'..:..'..... |lO.IOa
y\ B.OOp Nile?,'Pleasanton,' Livermore, Tracy, ■;
■ ■■ f,8tw5kt0n:'..:..:r....:;..::..:.. 10.10 a
% B2op Richmond. - Pinole, Crockett, Port
;: " Costa. Martinez, t Avon aad Way ■
■:■■"■■-••■ Stations :-:.\-.'-'.-:.~.::Vr .-.■.'.•.'..'•.'.■':.:.' 10.00*
&20p San Leandro, aLoreazo,.- Hayward, :
';-- '■■ • Niles, Pleaeanton, Livermore, Tracy;
,:5t0ckt0n.:...;T.:.....:......... 2.50e
I:'■ 8.20b Owl : Limited—Port Costa, Tracy, ' M
:':'-■ ii- Fresno, Lo« Angeles :.:........ 8.1 Oβ
;V8.20a Hayward, Niles and San Jose; .:.:...* 8.1 Off
•-: i 840? Eastern Expren—Oeden; Pueblo, Den
> •-•:;■. -.V:"':;.-Ter, Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago. 1.30p
840p Richmond, Port Costa, Byron Hot
Springs, Trasy, ■ Btockton, ' Sacra- , )
'' ' mento, Colfaj, Trjckee, ■ Reno, •'■>'
'■■ Spark*/.:: , :.:: . : .'".V.'.".'.-:". .*..... :"•;--. I-301
i 8403 Sleeping ■■ Car ■to Truckee v for Lake
• • • -• - Tahoe.T:.' .*;*. :'".:".".-:".:.f..:.:.*.....:' 8.1
7XiOp Richmond (Vallejo), Port Costa. Mar
= : tinsa, Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleas
e-r.-,'v'■&'. »nton; Niles, Oakland.-*;. r r..;.:...,!
'--' : 8.20p ' Oregon v> Bxprexx—Richmond, ■' Sacra- ■ ' .
: •" r: mento. ': Roseville, - Marytville, ' Red- :
v : .. . V ding (Klamath Falls). Ashland. Port- .; '
land, Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane..."..; I.IOp
-» 8.009 Mt Eden. Alvarado, Newark, Santa:- ■
• Clara, San Jose - 7.50?
M 940p Sleeping Car for -Yosemite. Valley via 'y • •
<Merced and El Portal ............ ;• 7.50 a
■*■ 840b Bakersfield. i McKittrick. Haielton, i'V-- 1 '■'-.
':' ;, •■ Monarch, Moron, Fellow, Shale :. , 7.50t
8400 Richmond. Port CoeU, Tracy, ~< Mo- vi -;i(*
„ ■;; , ■ :*. de*to, * Merced;.. Madera, * Fresno,' •" -■■
'"."' j: .> Hanford/Tulai*:;:.':'.-.•...-:-;•'.", *;..: 7.80 a
.' 8.40s Eaaford, Armons, Lemoore,' Huron, -'
Coalinga. , ;;. .r; •;-.': 7.Y::-:':Cl\::... 7.50 a
c ; v 940b Tisalia, • Exeter. Lindsay, Porterriiii, . ~ r< ?:
■-•'." Ducor, Famoso .'tV.-';':-"-.'.'.v'. J ". - .'.-'..' 7.50 a
10.20? Portland Etpreas—Richmond. Davis, ' • ;:
' th : > Willows, Red Bluff, Weed, (Klamath f, . -
Falls!, Ashland, Roseburg, Portland,
'■' .-V- Tacoaa, Seattle 7JOa
, w ll4oa California Mail—Ogden, Cheyenne,' ; * J
' • :;- = : Denver, Kansas f City, Omaha, 1 Chi- *'_•■■' : "
':>•'•' r:. U:^~ix&:\\^;.\r:?tr???f: : .*.'?<:■. ?.■:.:■} 8.30b
I l4Op Richmond, ? Port Costa. Benicia, Sus- . , ;
• mm, Davis, :■ Seeramento," Colfax, -•*".
. Truckee;; Reno :r;r..;... r; ;.*. V.\ : y, 8JO?
UNION TRANSFER COMPANY
Agent* collect baggage and checks on trains or boats *f
SouUiern Pacific Company ami deliver baggage ta resi
dence. They are authorized to cheek baejage direct
(row ftsWence,
street/, 25 * W of' Missouri. , W 25 by X 100. • foi
$4.i<00. •>■'■■-■' - :: 'i -■ ■"•'•■ ''■ : -■'"
Henrietta E. Clark with McCnvran * Rntter- -
, Construction, erection ami palp ■of east '.well of
buildinitMn'S'lltif of Washington street," 10e:fl 1
of Battery. IS 37:0 by S , 120, for $0,83*. Archi
tect, ; Charles F. v Man. : : "MiftmßEßß
AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN'
v WILL BE BANQUET GUEST
George .■■ W. • (iiiibrir to Be Present m
.. Itrception to fI. S. Chamber ;of
• ,* Commerce f Directors";
Further announcement as. to the re
ception to the directors of the Chamber
of , Commerce; of the United' States and
! the banquet to he tendered them in the
Fairmont 5: Monday evening; under the
auspices of the San Francisco i Chamber
iof ; f Commerce > was: made yesterday, to
j the effect that George W. Guthrle, am
bassador." to ; Japan, will' be "I a special
1 guest of honor. ■
:... His expected arrival has aroused con-,
i siderabie. * interest 1 among: the Japanese
residents; of t the city and .invitations';
I have been 'issued to many prominent
I representatives of the colony, including
Y. Numano, : acting consul general for
Japan. r : .:*•. '■/-^-■■■' ! - 'v-'. '• ;*--V- : .v'' •'-, '
The board of directors of the United*
'States Chamber of Commerce will ar
! rive here? Sunday evening from Apto?
'and the Santa- Cruz «big trees,- where
they are to be the 'guests of William T.
Sesnon, president of the local CRamber
of \ Commerce. ... ; , -■;. " ~- * '■','.
The .visiting party will consist of
about 15 members, Including Paul T.
Carroll, who ■ joined the party at Salt
Lake City. - - ... - -' \-r.-. _
VIA COAST LINE
Leave (Third and Townsend Streets) ■ Arrive ~
(Subject to ehanje without notice)
t 5.05« Valencia Street, Ocean View/Colaa/" '■" '
~ -• ' Cemeteries. Baden, San Bruno .... t 649t -
8.45 a South San Francisco, San Jose, Mor
ganhill. Gilroy, Sargent, Watson- '
ville. Apt**, Capitals, Santa Crus.. B.ooe
8.45 a College Park, Campbell, Los Oatot,*;
Gleawood, Felton (Boulder Creek),
Santa Crux ....:................ fl I JO*
7.00 a Coaster— Jose, Morganbill, Gii
roy, i Salinas, i Soledad, King City,
- Faeo Rob'.et Hot Sprinss, Sin Luis
r, Obispo, Surf (Lompoc), Santa Bar
• bara, Ventura, Oxoard. Let Angeles. 10.30?
;■' 7.00* HoUister,' Tret ' Pino*—Watsonville, ,■-•■;
-' *■• Santa Cm— Del Monte, Monterey, "
■'■ Pacific Gr0ve.................... • 10.30b..
t 7JOB* South San Fraaeisro. Palo Alto, San >
Jose, Way 5Uti0n5....;..;....... 3.25* ,
t 7.05* Los Altos, Monta Vista; Lot Gate*. .. • 7.20*
* B.ooa Shore Line Limited—Paso Robtet Hot
■.■■■•■'■:■: Springs, Bμ!a Barbara, Los Angeles. ■''■;■ BJSOB f
8.05* MaySeld, /Altos, Los Gatoa, ■ .
Wright, Glen wood (Boulder Creek), :;"■ '
■ Banu Cruz, Watsonviile, Castrovllle,
■•■•■• ' De! Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grore. 8.05 a ',
. 9.00 a San' Joe-, MorganLill, Gilroy, Sargent,
Patinas, Sotedad, San Miguel, Paso
V RobleS Hot Springs, San Luis OWspo. 4.00p
9.00 a Holliiter, Tret WattonviJle, :
Santa Crux—Del Monte, Monterey,
: - ; .Pacific Gr0ve:....1.......*....,.. 4.00p •
10.40 a South San Francisco, Burlincame, San
Mtteo. Palo : Alto, Mayfield, • Lot/12.300 I
■ , Altos, Los Gat 05...:...........:; \ 720b
11.30e Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Oem*teri«, Baden, San 8run0.... 1.569 ."
1 MCa SouUI San Frandsco, San Jote ...... t 8.20 a
120b Saturdays only— Mateo, Red
. . wood, MayfieM. - Lot Altos, Los \
■ . Gatos, Glen wood, Felton (Boulder
Creek), Santa Cru* ....:;....... c 10.35«
\ 2.00p Del Mont* Express—San Jose, Mor- '• - vV;;
~ '■■■ eanhill, Gilroy, Sargent, Watsonville, ■' •
• .. EaaU Cms, Del Monte, Monterey,
'- .« * Pacific Grove, (5a1ina5).....*...... I2£ob ; "
2.05<> Eatton, : San Mateo, Palo Alto, San
Jose. , Moi ■
'■ t 2.1 Op South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa
Clara, San J05e...........;...... ft 1.30 a
/■ 3.00p South San Francisco, San Mateo. San,
. Jose, Morganhill, * Gilroy, < (Tree
Finos), Wataonville, Santa Cna, Del
- ~ Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.10* s
I 3.20* Fridays and Saturdays—Mayfield, Lot
Altos, Los Gates, Wright, Glen wood,
-: i C Felten (Boulder Creek), Santa Crus,;'.' -1 -.»
»i ; Capitola, Wataonviile .;.....:-. {ICOOp
:t 3.25p Bu-liniranif, Bma Mateo, Redwood, xv:'-'- ki
- - Palo Alto, Mayfield, Lot Altos, Lot '
Gat 05:?;.;;:..:;..............:. Mop
S 3.250 Wright, Feiton 'Boulder Creek), Santa > : ' ;
'■-: r<. iC Crua, WatsonviUe •; ..V.. .:..... f. i »>■
4.00p Sunset Express— Deming. El ,'- ~;
:• t Paso, Houston, New Orleans, > Chi- ?
■:'■ -*•■. : cago '.■:.::v;'.::r..v'r:; , r:.-.t.'.";:■. -\ e.fOi :
I i 4.000 Washington Sunset Route—Washing-
V ton, D.C., New York and East.... •.Iβ*
I 4.00s Salinas/Paso Robles Hot Spring*,
■ . San < Luis ; Obispo, Saata ■ Barbara, ;
>--•'' /-Ventura and Los Angeles ....... f.lOe
I ; 4.00? Kanu.l City. St. Louis. Chicago .:..'*' B.loa', -.
- ■ 4.20p South San Fraaeisco, Ban Joe* ... i.: t 7.25* m
t 4.55# Santa ; Cms ' limited—Mayfield,* Lot
,;■ Altos. I,o» ;Gates, Felton (Boulder
Creek), Santa Cnu......."..v...v. t MS*
t 5.05p Bnrlingame, San Mafeo, Redwood,
. - Palo Alto, Mayfield, Santa Clara,
San Jos* ..;....:;...;....;.v... t 8.38 a /
t 5.20* Redwood.: Afiierton, Mmlo Park, Palo
: .: - Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View, ::
" -'..■• : ■. ■ nyvale, San J05e.................. t •-Oβ! '0,
t 6.209 Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gates.. f Moa -
t 5.23p Easton, Ban Mateo. Redwood, Moan- -
, tain View, Ban Jose ~ '............ - 840 a ■;:
t S.3op Loop—Valencia Street.' Ocean View,,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
- 23d Street, 3d aad Tewnsend...... t MOp . •
8.40p San Bruno, * Ban Mateo, Redwood,, ■<>•■ ,,
-■ •: v, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jon.. 746*
t 5.40p Mayfield, Lot Altos, Los Gatoe ...;; J 9.40*
t e.OOp MitlhrM, San Meteo, Redwood. May
field. Lot Altos, Loe Gate 5..;...... t B,oo*
B.oop Saturday*—Glen wood, Feltoa, Santa *> '
*Cruj;;;...;.v;.v..u:.;....;;.. JIO.OOp
t «.05p 23d ". Street;'"' ViiUdon. South San
Francisco, Valencia 5treet......... t 7.16p
m MOp South San Fraecisro, Ban Jose. ;i.'.... 545*
- : B.oop The Lark—Santa Barbara, Los An
ge1e5.................. ...:. 9 -*5"
■':". 8.1 Op San Joss and Way Stations. 1 .:....... ; 7.30 a
IO.OOp Los ' Angeles Passeeger—Morganhill,'
Salinas, Paso ; Roblea Hot Spring*,
- Ban Lms Obispo, Santa Barbara ana
!■ - i Los Angeles ;;....;;..■..;...:..; B.2Ssr,
I■■ 10.09*) South San Francisco, Saa Jos* ... I.6&>'
111 .45p South San Francisco, * Palo Alto, Baa: - ■ -it ,
i.-:',';^^-Jo Mi^.w/A>v..-....- ;,::...:.-•.:-■ 7.»5a
! LOCAL FERRY. TRAINS ELECTRIC SERVICE |
|>-:.- - : T ■. Via Oakland Pltr ..-'■'■'" '. ' ■
Tβ Oakland, IMh St.. and Berkeley, via Sharhitk Aye.
-: an*] Ellsworth St. Unm^-Daily—From 6.00 a. a., and ■ ; •
I every twenty minutes until 23 p. ».. ! induwre; the« -;
I 8.00.9.40.10.30. 11.00,11.40 p. a., 13.10 and IJOa. a. -
Additional boats - Saturdays and Sundays oaly, 140 j
-p. m.. 0.20. 10.03" 10.40 and 11.20 p. m.- 1 k ■•■'■■> V
; To Berkeley via California Si. and West Berkeley, Albany
i•' via Ninth 8t Unas.—Daily—Free *6.10 a. m H3O,
: I •8.40, f7.00 a. ■»., and every tweaty miautes until $.20
I p.m.,iaclusiv«; then 9.00,9.40.10.20,11.00.11.40 p.m.; •:
! 13.30 and I -30 a. m. ':?Additional boats SaturdaTS anil
! Fuadays only, 3.10 p. m., 9-20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.29 /
'To Oakland, WatMnitan-Broaehray, East '• Oaklamf, '%■
\ Frultvala and Melrose, via Seventh St.— Daily—From m
6.00 a. m., then every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.,
i inclusive: then 9.00, 9.40. J0.20, 11.00. 1140 p. mztm
I 12.20 and 1.23 a. m.-* Additional boats Satardays and
! a Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 ;
; Horsesfiee to Oakland. Washington-Broadway, Fruitv«Jt,
I Alimwl*. North Side.—Daily—From 6.00 a. m . te.2O, \"
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40, 8.00, 40 and forty minute* past
! the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, 5.00. 5.20, -.
1 6.40, 6.0Q, c.23, 0.40, 7.00, 7.40, 850. 9.00, 9.40,10J0, | I
' v 11.00,11.40 p. a., 12.20 and 1.30 a. m , «
Tt ■ Stanahtirtt * (Steam 1 Servtee)-t«.OO, ' t«.40, +730,
J9.00, 110.00 a. m.. J1.20 p. m.. J2.00, {3.00, f3.20,
*4.00, *3.00. *5.40 and f6.20 p. m. . '" /. .
-i : . f ->^'.:':-^ , v"Vla;Alameda'PiBr ? -' : '■; .
Tβ Oakland. 14th and Franklin Sts.— - . t -
6.13, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 nunutes past the ffl
z ; , hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45,. '
?■■'• 11.30 p. m. aad 12.13 a. m.. ■ :
Tβ Alameda. North and South Side— "- r * ;•
β-l 5, 6.43 a. m.; and then 13 and 45 minutes past the I
. hour until; 7.45 p. m.: then, 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.45, ■-.
■ 11.30 p. m- and 12.15 a. .a.v X ; ,
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
v AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES
From San^Francleee', : *Beuth , EM! *f Ferry BuiMing. for '-
n Broadway Whirl, Oakland.—From 16.00 a. m., daily, ■»;
•'- and every half hour until tJOO p. m.; inclusive, then .
:»J0 p. m., '10.00 p. m., J10.30 p. m.. '11.00 p. m.,
", *12.00 midnight. Beats » leave * Broadway r Wharf—
From 6.15 a. daily, and every half hour until 8.45 |
B inclusive; then $0.15 p.m.;* 0.45 p.m., JlO.Wp. a., w<
10.45 p. m., '11.45 p. m. ! - :■ .■. --■"'' ■
' ■• a for MorniM. k* 'Daily, a• ■ ': p for Afternoon.* ■ ■
fSunday except«l. ! i' tSanday only. -j;. c Monday only.;
:f and Monday* only." ' » ..
~ NETHERLANDS ROUTE *
Frem P»a»Me Strae4 Wharf
9 This route offer* exoeptional opportunity : for Ante.l '
mobilists to reach all points on] the Sacramento River: : -
CoUinaville; Emma ton, Rio Vista, Isleton,* Ryde, Walnut f *,
Grove, j Vord»a, Coartland, % Clarbburg,: Sacramento. :
■ Steamtr Hlvaji leaves Ban Francisco 8.30 a. m- c daily I**
except Sunday; arriving Sacramento 7.00 p. m. ; Stopping ■
at all points enirorate.f Leaves; Sacramento J 9.00 p. n>.
daily except Sunday, arriving San Francisco 7.00 a. m. :;
No stop* en route., ,--- . .. _ '-•■ .
■ r Steamer, Modoc or Apache, leaves f San Frascneo 12 '. I
boob J daily j except ■ Sunday, i. Leave * Stcramento j 10.00 &
a. m." daily except Sunday; atoppineibothlwayi at all
points :en "route' «J Arriving, tine'- San s Francnoe | aad 1*
Jaerameato ioielnite, account fruit leans.,.
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