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The Trouble With Great Fighters Is That They Have Too Much Ready Money
Making It in Bogey
THE boxing commission of Wisconsin has come to the front with the
announcement that Sam Langford will not be allowed to peddle his
pugilistic wares there while the men who control the sport have any
thing to say about it. When Sam first returned from Australia it
looked as though he would have a tough time digging up opponents. Now
the switch has been thrown in and Sam can't find a place to fight when he
does land a man who is willing to take a chance with him. What's the use
of being a great fighter if they keep ruling you off for trying all the time?
# * #
OUR Seals might have been right up and fighting for that old rag a
month ago had they given Pete Standridge a chance when the other
slabsters started to go wrong. It's sa*d to think that this sterling
jroung slabster was wasting his efforts on a lot of bushers when he might
have been helping a regular ball
club to make a slab for a pen
nant. But then, it's all in tbe
game anyhow.
* » *
THEY won't miss Arthur Pelky
very much when he succeeds
in talking himself hack Into
the fourth rate class, where he
figures. For only an alleged
heavy weight champion, he was
the most unspeakable specimen
that the ring ever ha 3 known.
The beat things he ever did were
to beat a manslaughter charge
M then stall around for a few
weeks on the vaudeville stage.
* * *
HOGAN'S Tigers generally
start off like selling platers,
but they finish like stake
horses. Its the finish that
in baseball, anyhow. The
fans will always forget where
the team was In the first month
of the season, provided that It's
in the running in the final month.
* * *
FREDDIE WELSH probably in
tends to spend his spare time
cleaning up the brush fight
ers in British Columbia. But the
question is: How long will Harry
Pollock stay away from the
white lights of Broadway?
iJV 4v ' #
be the best lightweight In the
business, but he has a name
that appeals to the box office. As
a matter of fact, he should have
buried the prefix long ago, but he
apparently knows a meal ticket.
* * #
WE notice that the Reds have
grabbed our late lamented
pitcher, Phil Douglass, on a
draft from Spokane. Well, the
Reds are welcome to him and
they may have to pay his carfare
back to some other tank town.
* * #
LOOKS like the Athletics and
the Giants were doing a bit of
kidding when they fell Into
what some people were pleased to
i ali a slump. There waa not
"vldence of the slump
* * t>
THE Olympic club will have to
dig up a new Idol. Bob Mc-
Allister filled the bill very
nicely while he was winning right
along, but when the t»r put him
on the broad of his back, the
members of the famous winged
"O? institution came to the con
clusion that the Idol was dam
aged beyond repair.
* * *
THE Giants and the Phillies
probably will still be shouting
about that, forfeited game aft
er the world's championship has
been decided. If there were no
' liani-e to kick, the national game
would fall flat.
T THi 'LE TOM MoCAREY is still
U i?**,r£? lo t it 1 south -
The old boy probably is busy
ing his plans from the housetops.
He does not seem to have much
•onfldence in the public when it
"!r!"j to keeping its mouth
JACK JOHNSON has not been
heard from since he wrote
Charlie Miller, asking him to
run over to Paris for a little en
•jcunter. Perhaps Jack will yet
be forced to tight Sam Langford,
unless Sam is barred from
Eutope, too.
Professional Charges Likely
to Be Passed Up to Parent
Legislative Body
Preliminary action was taken by the
Pacific association last night with a
view to clearing the situation on the
football field. Several members of
the club teams have been suspected
by the association of taking money
for their services as coaches, and the
local governing body of athletics Is
anxious to get to the bottom of the
rumors. A special committee, consist
ing of Charlie Mlnto, Eustace Pelxotto
and William Donald, was appointed
to confer with the Rugby union and
amicably settle the matter.
It is was further decided that the
legislative committee of the Amateur
Athletic union of the United States
be apprised of the football situation
in this state and a request will be
made to draft special legislation cov
ering college and club players of the
Rugby game.
William Donald stated last night
that the Rugby union was anxious to
live up to the amateur rules, and that
the union is at present drafting a
set of rules which he thinks would
prove satisfactory to all concerned.
C. Boulware of the Barbarian team,
who was one of the former coaches
suspected of taking money for hla
services, proved to the registration
committee that be took nothing but
legitimate expenses. On his showing
he was granted an amateur card.
The other men mentioned as coaches
are now considered to be In the same
status quo as to expense money as
Boulware, and they will be given a
hearing by the registration commit
tee t and granted cards If they prove
their case in th" same manner that
the Barbarian player did.
Tomorrow afternoon the Stanford
freshmen and the Palo Alto high
school fifteens will try conclusions on
the turf field, which will be the second
game this season for both fifteons.
Neither Coach Brown of Stanford nor
Coach "Jumbo"' Morris of the high
school team has announced the per
sonnel of the teams. The game will
probably result In A scrum flght, as
■the cardinal freshmen are- much
heavier in the pack and should have
I little trouble In dribbling.
CHICAGO, Sept. 16. —President
Chlvlngton today euf-pended Pitcher
Slapnika of Milwaukee for three days.
In a game several days ago Slapnika
engagt-d in a dispute with an umpire
and pushed tho arbiter.
BT. I.'H is. Rapt, if, TaeoAorie Bland nt
St. l/oul« was elected president Ot the west
ern division of the Amateur Athletic union
for the third successive time at its meeting
Horrors! They Have
Signed Bat and Ad
MILWAIKEE, Win., Sept. 1«.
What for three years the lend
ing; light promoter* of the
country have failed to do was
accomplished In Milwaukee to
day, when Ad Uolgnst and Bat
tling; >iel*On were matched for a
second time. The pair have
agreed to go 10 rounds before
Ben Stetnel'a Milwaukee club
the second week of October.
There was little trouble In
bringing the two bated rivals
together. Both .N'elion and
Wolgast were spectators at the
Charley White-Mickey Sheri
dan light In Racine last night.
The matter was put up to the
Dane and he accepted without
hesitation. Ad staked for time
to consider, and when aeen In
Milwaukee this morning ac
cepted. He wants to rest two
necks nnd then will begin
Free for All Trot
Goes to Albaloma
at the State Fair
j SACRAMENTO, Sept. 16.—Mountain
I Boy, driven by Springer, caused the
j sensation of the day's trotting at the
J state fair by defeating Albaloma in
: the last heat of the $5,000 free for all
trot. Albaloma had won the two pre
liminary heats. Albaloma got a big
lead in the early stages of the race,
but for the last half Mountain Boy
| picked up the lost ground and event
; ually rushed across the line half a
length to the good.
R. J. McKenzie announced that his
last year's champion, Joe Patchen, has
recovered from his aliments and that
In company with Vernon McKinney
Joe Patr-hen would be entered In the
big races at Phoenix this fall.
Yesterday's results follow:
First race. Futurity course. No. 8, 2 year
olda and upward, pacing:
Change, b. c. by Cop a de Oro-Lady H
'Burry) *. i i
Alta Barnato. b. c. hy Barber Barnsto-
Altamont (Blackwell) J J
Time—2:lß. 2:1!).
Second race, free for all trot:
Abalotna, b. h. by Almaden D-toma
B < Durfee) 1 to
Mountain Boy, h. g. (Springer) .14 1
Merry Widow, eh. m. ( Parsons)...... 2 8 8
Redeem, b. g. i Daniels) B 2 4
Expedlo. b. m. (Qutnnl 7 5 8
Silver Hunter, b. g. <Sextoni 4 A A
F.lla Mac. b. m. (Zibbeli « 7 7
Time—2:l4, 2:ISV,. 2:lBV*.
Third race, 2:13 claaa pace, amateur:
Nifty, eh. g. by Tidal Wave-Montana
Director (Silva) 1 1 1
Clara Mac, br. m. (Callup) 8 2 2
W J X, b. g. (Smith) 2 3 3
Time—2:37 Vs. 2:23%. 2:14.
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H oprrutit, 1913, International News Scnier)
John Elliott, William Unmack
and Herbert Hauser Named
to Fill Important Positions
John Elliott wag last night re
elected to the presidency of the Pa
cific association of the Amateur Ath
letic union by a unanimous vote for
the third year In succession. William
Unmack was elected vice president
and Herbert Hauser was named sec
retary and treasurer. The election
of Hauser marks the fifteenth suc
cessive year he has been chosen.
The registration committee showed
a total registration of 1,390 athletes
for the last year, the largest list ever
registered in this section. Nevada
university and the Army Y. M. C. A.
[of the Presidio were elected to mcm
i bershlp.
The 10 mile road championship for
1918 was awarded to the San Fran
cisco Y. M. C. A. This organization
will stage this race on Thanksgiving
day, the course being from the Y. M.
C. A. building to the beach and back.
The annual gymnastic championships
were awarded to the Berkeley Y. M.
C. A.
The following committees and del
egates were named by the meeting
to hold office for the coming year:
Handicap committee, H. Hauser, C.
Mlnto and W. Unmack; registration
committee, George James, Herbert
Hauser, W. Donald; delegates at
large. Ralph Merritt. W. R. Dodd.
Archie Cloud, Doctor Hubbel. D. E.
Brown and G. E. McDowell; delegates
to the Amateur Athletic union meet
ing in New York next November,
George James, Eustace Peixotto, R.
W. Dodd and Milton Meyer.
BROOKLINE. Mass.. Sept. 16.—With
a gallery numbering nearly a thou
sand trailing the players, the first
eliminating rounds in the national
open golf championship started to
day at the Brookllne Country club.
Forty-odd pairs started for 36 holes.
The balance of the field, which has
been about evenly divided, will start
H. C, Lagerhlab, Yotingstown. 41-40—RI.
C H. Anderson. Wipthrop. Mass.. 43-40—83.
Nicholas d« Mains, New York. 44-44 RS.
(.Jeorge A. Ormlston, Pittsburg (an amateur).
Golfers, Look Out
For the Statesmen
Picked teams from the senate
and house will battle on the
Columbia links September 29 for
championship of the capitol.
It la hoped that President Wil
son will head the gallery of dis
tinguished men and women who
will witness the match. Vice
President Marshall and Speaker
f'hamp Clark have promised to
be on hand to cheer for their
teams. House Leader Oscar
I nderwood may serve as ref
A corps of physicians from
the house health service will be
there to pick up the wounded
after the battle.
James D. Foot, Apawamia. 43-44—SO.
L. B. Tattoo, Boston. 47 44—91.
Jack Boebel. Greenwich. 40-44— 93.
E. R. Anderson, Wiutbrop. Mass-., 64 40 ' HW.
Harry Hampton. North AodovcT, 42-37—T9.
H. J. Harris. Rhode Island, 42-40—82.
Charles Thorn. Shlnneoock HUla, 44-41—So.
C. H. Rowe. Beaver Valley, 43-39—84.
A. T. Chlsholm. Portland, 41-46—86.
Jack Gordon, Rhode Island. 44-4<—BB.
Harry Vardon, England. 37-89—75.
Herbert Beler, Birmingham, Ala.. 42-37—79.
Louis Tellter. France. 41-3B—Bo.
Jack Hutchinson, Allegheny, 42-38— 80.
Alt. Campbell, Oakhlll 42-39—81.
Fred McLeod. Washington. 39-42—81.
Norman Clark, Westmoreland, 44-39—83.
Peter Robertson. Fall River, 45-38— S.:.
Elmer Lorlng, Areola. N. J.. 45-88—83.
A. G. Loekwood, Boston. 43-41—84.
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Salt Lake Anxious
To Join Our League
KAJLii lake cmf, sept, lb. —wen I
H. Hlte. president of the Salt'Lake 1
Baseball club, of the Union associa
tion, announces the local club will
make application for entrance Into
the Pacific Coast league. President
Hite said he would present facts to
the directors of the Pacific Coast
league to justify their taking Salt
Lake City into their league. The sea
son, which closed yesterday with the
local team second in the race, has
been the most successful season ever
had In Salt Lake City.
NEW YORK. Sept. Hi— James E. •tuU*all
baa been re-elected president of the Metropoli
tan Association ot the Amateur Athletic unioa.
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BEAR "" t " Sept. 17th
S Los Angeles
Disputed Game to
Be Played Again
CINCINNATI. Sept. 16.—The meet
ing of the National league directors
called to decide on the forfeited game
between the Giants and the Phillies
sustained President Lynch in his po
sition to a certain degree. The di
rectors decided the game must be
finished, and set October 2 as the
date for the playoff. Play will be
started as lt was when forfeited In
the eighth inning. The score will
stand the same and the same players
must be used. ,
Sox and Giants to
Start October 18
CINCINNATI, 0., Sept. 16.—Charles
Comiskey, president of the Chicago
American league club, announced that
the first game of the tour of the
world, which the New York National
and the Chicago American teams will
make this year, will be played In this
city on October 18. From this city
the two clubs will proceed westward
by easy stages to the Pacific coast.
(Foot of Market Street) Arriv*
to change without notice)
2.15 m Nilea, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop.
Btockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Roseviiie, Auburn, Col
fax, Truckee, Reno, Sparks 1040b
2.15 a Sacramento. Marysville, Biggs. Chico. 10.40b
2.15* Yolo, Williams. Wiilowe, Tehama ... Io4op
840e Richmond (Vaileio), Port Coata, Mar
tinea, Antioch, Byron Hot Springa,
Tracy, Patterson, Newman. Loa
Banos, Ingle. Kerman, Fresno 11.20 a
6.40 a San Leandro, Hayward, Nilea, Saa
Joae 6.10b
7.00* Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
aun, Dixon, Sacramento 7.30s
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville. Winters 1.1 Op
7.00 a Roseviiie. Marysville (Oroville), Red
ding, Dunsmuir 10.40*
740 a Davis, Woodland. Williams. Maxwell,
Willows, Hamilton, Corning, Red
Bluff 740 a
7.20 a Tbe Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo
Junction, Port Coata, Benicia, Sui
sun, Dixon, Da via, Sacramento 6.50p
7.20 a Niles. Pleaaanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi,
Sacramento 740 a
740 a Tracy, Patteraon, Newman, Loa Banos,
Ingle, Kerman, Fresno 440p
7.40 a Richmond. Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
Santa Rosa, Crockett, Port Costa.. 6.1 Op
740 a Avon. Walnut Creek. San Ramon.... 6.1 Op
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Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Crua 640p
840* Richmond, Port Costa, Martinet,
Byron Hot Springa, Tracy (Stockton),
Merced, Berenda, Madera, Freano,
Fowler ,3elms. Traver, Goshen Junc
tion (Hanford, Armona), Tulare,
Bakerafield 4.30p
8.40 a Visalia, Lindsay, Porterville. Ducor... 7.1 Op
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o.ooa Irvington. San Joae 740p
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Sacramento 4 Jop
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6.00 a Port Coata, Benicia, Suisun. Davis,
Sacramento 1 0.40p
9100 a Vaileio, Napa. St, Helena, Calistoga . 4.30p
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Haxen, Wabuaka (Yerrington, Hud
son), Mina, Tonopah, Goldfield,
L»wa.Keeler 3 B.loa
MOa Richmond, Saa Pablo, Pinole. Vallejo
Junction. Crockett, Port Costa, Max
tinex. Avon, Concord San Ramon . 640p
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Omaha, Chicago—Salt Lake City,
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fax, Trickee. Reno, Haxen, Love
lock, Winremucca, Battle Mountain,
Palisade. Elko, Welle. Cobra 8.50*
10.20 a Nilea, Irvington, Saa Jote . J LJBJ
10.40* Stockton I 3.10*
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Springa, Tracy, Stockton, Merced,
Modern, Fresno, (Hanford, Coalings,
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i cago IZ.oob
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Tacoma, Seattle . "Op
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tun Fairfield, Dixon. Sacramento.. 4.300
f 2.00n Elmira. Vee**ille, Winters. ......... 740p
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1.20 a San Leandro. Nilea, Canternlle, New
ark TvaMwood). 9*o Jo** 7JOB
I4ob Newark, Alvien, Agnew, Santa Cl*r»,
West San Joae, Loa Gatoa, Glen
wood. Felton. (Boulder Creek).
Bant* Cnu, Wataonville ?\!!5
2.400 San Leandro, Nile*. San J0a*........ ' JOB
3.00p Richmond, Benicia, Suisun, Sacra
mento—Wood l»nd. Tudor, Yuba
City. MaryeMile, Oroville. I Llg
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340b Richmond. Port Costa. Martinet,
Byron Hot Spring*. Modesto, Mer
eed, Madera. Freano 10.40b
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Kansas City. St. Loui*. Omaha,
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nut Creek. San Ramon, Livermore 9.10*
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Gtoa Ellen. Santa Rosa 9.10*
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Pleaaanton. Livermore. Tracy. Stock
ton, Lodi. Sacramento ~. . ■ . 1 _-50b
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antoo. Livermore I ♦ , 2 , °*
4.400 Irvington. San Joaa vti
440p Tracy, Patterson. Newman, Los Baoo*.
Kerman, Fraano • - JO4OP
*400 Valley Flyer—Port Costa. Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy. Modesto, Merced.
Madera, Fraano Goahen Junction,
Tulare. Bakerafield, Mojave. Loa _____
Angeiea . '«°»
B.oob Vallejo. Port CosU, Benicia, Suwun,
Sacramento, Roaenlle, Lincoln.
Wheatland, Marytvill* (OroviUe),
Oridley, Biggs. Chico . , 10.40p
8.000 nana, ArbuekX Williams. Willows,
Orland. Tehama, Red Bluff 10.400
8.000 Newark West San Jose. Loa Gatoa 10.10*
B4op Saturdays and Sunday*—Qtattwood,
Felton. 3*nt* Cru* _. . . §10.10*
8.000 Niles. Pleaaanton, Livermor*. Tracy,
Stocktoo •••• IPW>
8400 Richmond, Pinole, Crockett, Port
Cost*. Martinex, Avon and Way
Stations 10.00b
140b San Leandro. lorenxo, Hayward,
Niles, Pleaaanton. Livermore, Tracy
Stooktoo • _t- -it ***»
8400 Owl Limited-Port CoaU, Tr»cy,
Freano, l/os Angeles g
840b Hevward, Silas and San Jo** 6.1 Op
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vsr. Kanaa* City, St Louia, Ciicago. 1 40p
840b Richmond, Port Coata, Byron Hot
Springs. Tracy, Btockton, Sacra
mento. Colfax. Truckee. Reno,
Spark* 140b
740p (Sunday only) -Richmond (Vailejoi.
» PortCosU,Martioex.Coacord,Walnut
Crack. Pleaeaoton. Nile*, Oakland 1245*
7.20» Sleeping Car to Tru-kee for Lake
Tahoe '40*
840p Oregon Express-Richmond Sacra
mento. Roseviiie, Marysville, Red
ding (Klamath Fallal. Ashland, Port
land. Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane .. I.IOP
848* Mt Eden. Alvarado. Newark. Santa
I w Clara, Sao Jam 7.50*
8.40b Bakersli'H, McKittnck, Haxeiten.
Monarch, Moron, Fellow Shal*. . 7.50»
940p Richmond. Port Cost*. Tracy, Mo
desto. Merced. Madera, Freano,
Hanford, Tulare 7.50 a.
8400 Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
Coalinga 7.50 a
840p Viaalia, Exeter. Lindsay. Porterville,
Ducor, Famoso 7.50b
1040b Portland Krpress—Richmond, Davis,
Willows, Red Bluff, Weed, iKl&math
F»V. Aahhod, Roeeburg, Portland,
Tacoma. Seattle 740*
U4oo California Mail—Ogden. Cheyenne,
Denver, Kanaaa City, Omaha. Ch»
cagn 840p
fT4Op Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
sun, Davis, Sacramento, Colfax.
Truckee. Reno 8.30*
Agents **Ut t i«,;;i;i ana c„»c»a oa trains or
hosts of Southern Pacific Company and deliver
j baggage to residence. They are authorized to
' eaeck baggaga air set fro re residence.
All in Readiness
for the Dipsea Run
Entries for the Dipsea race, the
classic cross country event of tha
year, will close at the Olympic club to
morrow night. The race will start
from Mill Valley at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning. Athletes are to get the 8:15
o'clock ferry for Mill Valley.
The Olympic club will transport
baggage to Willow Camp if it is left
at the club on Friday night. This
will enable the athletes to get into
their street clothes instead of return
ing to Mill Valley In their track suits,
as in the past.
The committee has decided to cut
down the handicap limit from eight to
six minutes. During all the years the
race has been held the handicaps have
proved too big for the scratch men,
and the shortening of the time allow
ance this year is expected to make a
much better race than previously.
Fifty entries have been received up
to the present, and it is anticlpjated
that the lists will close tomorrow
night with more than 70.
PRINCETON. N. J.. Sept. IH.— The coaches
selected a tentative varsity lineup and plan
sending it againat several different scrub for.
mutlona during the balance of the week.
Leave (Third aad Townsend Streets) Arris*
(Subject to change without notice)
t 5.05 a Valencia Street, Ocean Mew. Cotma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno. . .. t 6.35*
545* South San Franciaeo, San Jose, Mor
ganhill, Gilroy, Sargent, Wataon
ville, Aptos, Capitola, Santo Crua . 8.00 a)
545 a College Park, Campbell, Los Gato*.
■ Glenwood, Felton (Boulder Creek),
Santa Crua tl 140 a)
7.00 a Coaster—San Jose. Morganhill, Gil
roy, Salinaa, Soledad, King City,
Paao Roblea Hot Springs, San Luis
Obispo, Surf (Lompoc), Santa Bar
bara, Ventura, Oxnard, Loa Angelea. 10.30 ft
740 a Hollister, Trea Pinoa—Wataonville,
Santa Cnu—Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove I 0.30»
t 7.05* South San Franciaeo, Palo Alto, Sao
Jose, Way Stations 3.25 a
t 745 a Loa Altoa, Monta Vista, Los Gatoa .. 740*
840* Bbore Line Limited—Paso Robles Hot
Springs. Banta Barbara, I<oa Angelea. 9.508)
8.05* May field, Los Altos, Los Gatoa,
Wright, Glenwood (Boulder Creek),
Santo Crux. Wateonville. Caatroville,
Del Monte, Mon terey Pacific Grove. 945*)
9.00 a San Joae. Morganhill. Gilroy, Sargent,
Salinaa, Soledad, San Miguel, Paao
Robles Hot Sprm ga, San Luia Obiapo. 4448)
9.00 a Boihstor, Tree Pinos—Wataonville,
Santa Crua—Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove 4.00»
1040* South San Francisco, Burlingame, San
Mateo, Palo Alto, Mayfield. Loe/12.309
Altoa, Loa Gatoa \ 740*)
1140 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colin*, I
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno. . . . 1.55b)
1140 a South San Francisco, San Joae t 840 a
I.2t)p Saturdaya only—San Mateo, Red
wood, May held, Loa Altoa. Los
Gatoa, Glenwood, Felton (Boulder
Creek!, Santa Cnu clo4BB]
2.00p Del Monte Express—San Joae, Mor
ganhill, Gilroy, Sargent, Wataonvilie,
Santa Crux, Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove, (Salinaa) 1240*
2.05b Eaaton, San Mateo, Palo Alto. Saa I
Joae 8.40 a
t 2.1 Op South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa t
Clara, San Joae tH4OJB
3.00p South San Francisco, San Matec. San
Jose, Morganhill, Gilroy, (Tret
Pinos). Wataonville, Santa Crux, Del
Monte. Monterey, Pacifio Grove .. 10.10 a
340p Fridays and Saturdays—Mayfield. Lo*
Altoa, Los Gatoa, Wright, Glenwood,
Felton (Boulder Creek;, Santa Cnu,
Capitola, Watson villa 1 10408
345p Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
' Palo Alto, Mayfield, Lo* Altoa, Los
Gatoa 6408
4.00p Bunset Express—Tucson, Denucg. M
Paao, Houston, New Orleana, Chi- *
4.00p Wellington Buneet Route— Washing
ton. D. C, New York and Eaat... . 9.108)
4.00b Salinaa, Pa*o Robia* Hot Springa,
fanluia Obiapo, Santa Barbara,
efla* aad Loa Angeles 9. Oa
4.00b KanAS City, Bt. Louia, Chicago 9.10 a)
4.20b South Sao Franciaeo. Saa Jo**.. T 7^Ba
t 4.56 a Santo Crux Limited—Mayfield, Loa
A hoe. Loa Gato*, Felton (Boulder . ,
Creek), Santa Crua t 845 a
t 5.05p Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, MayfiekL S*nt* Clara, <
Sao Joe* . •• • 040 a
t 5.20p Redwood, Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo
Aito. MayfieM, Mountain View, Bun
nyval>, San Joae , I f-OOa
t 5.20b Loa Altoa. Monta Viata, Loa Gatoa t 840 a
t 645b Easton, San Mateo. Redwood, Moun
tain View, San Jose 940 a
t 5.30b Loop—Valencia S'reet, Oeeaf View,
Cemetenes, South San Franciaeo,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend t 8409
5.40p San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose.. 7.459
t 540b May field. Loa Altos, Loa Gatoa t 940 a
f 6.00b Milibra*. San Mateo, Redwood. May
field. Loa Altoa, Loa Gatoa t B.ooa
6.00 a Sat irdayt—Glenwood, Felton, Santa
Crua J104C9
t 6.05 a 23d Street, Viaitaeion. South Saa
Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.189
6.30b South San Francisco, San Joae 845p
B.oob The Santo Barbara, Lo* An
gelea tag
B.lob San Jose and Way Stations 7401
I o.oob Los Angeles Passenger—Morganhill,
Salinas, Paso Robies Hot Springs,
San Luia Obispo, Santa Barbara and
Loa Angelea 848*
10.05* South San Francisco, Saa Jot* 1145|
I 145b South San Franciaeo. Palo Alto, San
Jose 7481
Via Oakland Pier
To Oaktand, 16th St., and Berkeley, via Shattuek Ay«
and EUswarth St. Llo*a,—Daily—From 6 00 ». m., and
I every twenty mm utos until 820 p. m , inclusive; th*l
' 9.0Q,9.40.10 20, 1140, 11.40 p.m., 12.20* nd l-20a.ni
Additional boats Saturdays aad Sunday! only, S.K
p. ra., 9JO, 10.01. 10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
To Berkeley via California St. and West Berkeley, Albani
via Ninth 8t Uitaa.—Daily—From '8 00 a. m.. t«.20
•6.40, t7 0D a. by. and every twenty minute* until S X
p. m.,incluatve; then 9.00.940.10.20,11.00,11.40 p. m.
12.20 aad 1.20 a. m. Additional boata Saturdaya an«
Suaday* only, 8.40 p. nv, 9.20, 10.00. 10.40 aad lIJX,
p. m.
T* Oakland. Waahlngton-Broadway. East oakl«r4
Frultvale and Nlslr***, via B*v*nth St.—Daily—Froa
6.00 a. m.. then every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. tn.
mcluaive: theo 9.00, 9.40, 10.20. 11.00, 11.40 p. m.
1J.20 aod 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays an<
Sunday* only, 5.40 p. nv. 920, 10.00. 10.40 and 11-2J
Horseshoe to Oakland, Washln^ton-Broad way, Frultvale
Alameda. North Sid*.—Daily— From 6.00 a. m.. t« M
6.40, 7.00. 7.20. 7.40, 8.00, 8.40, 9.40 a.m.: then if
pm.. 4 40, 5 00, 4 40, 6.00, 6^0,6.40,7.0(
and t? 40 p.m.
T* Stoßßtiarst iSlsam 3ervio*)-t«.00. 16.40, ♦:«!
».00, :io.no a. m, p. nv, 12.00, tJ.OO, f-IJO
*4.00, '3.00, *5.40 aad t6io P- »■
Via Alameda Pier
To Oakland. 14th and Frankli* Sts.—
6.16, 6.44 a. m and then 15 and 45 minute* paat tflj
hour until 7.45 p. nv; then 840, 9.15, 10.00, 10.44
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
To Alameda, North and South Side—
6.15, 6.45 a. m aad then 15 aad 45 mmutot past tat
hour until 7.45 p m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10 00, 10.46
11.'' p. m., and 12.15 a. m.
From San Francisco, South End of Ferry Building, fo
Broadway Wharf, Oakland.—From 6.00 a. nv, daily
and every half hour until 9.00 p. nv, incluaiv*, thai
J9JSO p. m., *!0.00 p. m., J10.30 p. m- '11.00 p. m.
•i3.aCmdn.,'l -OO axn. Boats leave Broadway Whart-
From 6.15 a. m., daily, and every half hour until 8.41
p. m . inclusive; then J9.15 p m , *9 45 p a,, {10.15p.0
1 10.45 p. m., '11.45 p. nv, M 2.46 a. ra.
a for Martin?. 'Daily. p for Afternoon.
tSunday excepted ISunday only. c Monday oalj
sSundays and Mondays only.
nethTrlTnds route
From Pacific Street Wharf, Pier No. 7
Thi* route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto
mohhata to reach all pointa on the Sacramento River
Colliasviile, Kicmatoo. Rio V ista, Isleton, Ryde. Walnu
Grove, Votden. Cottrtland, Clarkshurg, Sacramento.
Steamer Navajo leaves San Franciaeo 8.30 a. m. dail
except Sunday, arriving Sacramento 7.W p. m. Stoppini
at all points en route. Leave* Sacramento 9.00 p. a
daily except Sunday, arriving San Francisco 7XC *. a
No atone en route.
Stumer Modoc or Apache, reaves Sar. Franeitco 1
soon da'riv except Sunday. Leave Sacramento 10.0
a. ro. daily except Sunday; stopping both way* at a
point* en route. Arriving rime San Franciaoe a*i
Eacramealoi ndefinite, account fruit season.

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