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Many Are Called, but Few Are Chosen When They Try That Old Comeback Act
NEWS WRITTEN BY LEADING EXPERTS The History of a White-JHope^ Slattery's Spikes SAILOR ED PETROSKEY and Jimmy Clabby ought to be able to furnish the fans with the sort of excitement which they crave when they come together in that 20 round bout on October 3. The local followers know Clabby by reputation only, but they are positive that the tar is a game and willing mixer, for they have been watching him perform for the last four years. Clabby is said to be a very clever boxer and it is safe to predict right now that he will need all of his skill if he hopes to avoid Petroskey's rushes. * * * THE fans will miss Jim Griffin. He's about the only referee around here now who Appears to suit everybody. It looks as though the middle weights will have some trouble selecting an <»fflclAl for their comlnc battle. I ■ —— — Harry Foley stands out as - the most likely choice, although Toby Irwin may also cut In. Both have had plenty of experience and know all the Ins and outs of tne game. * * * jOE AZAVEDO says that all he I wants is a chance to show the world that he is a great little fighter and not a lucky one. Ap parently, he stands willing and ready to meet anybody they pick out for him. The youngster is riisplaying the right sort of spirit and he is entitled to a chance, al though he really has come in for more fame and notoriety than is hla Just due. * ♦ * IT BEGINS to look as though the rival promoters, Jim Cof froth and Eddie Graney, are liable to lock horns on Thanks giving day. Graney holds the i'>oal permit, but Coffroth has been talking to Ritchie about a ateh, which evidently means that he intends to show down in Daly City, where he can put on a bout any time that his fancy suits him. * •* # THEY must have great confi dence In Joe Rivera down south, when Tom McCarey turns right around and signs him up with Leach Cross for next month The little Mexican would not draw the price of a ham and egg party in San Francisco. This Just goes to show how loyal they are to the home talent around I.os Angeles. Joe is lucky that he don't claim San Francisco as his home. * * # MORE power to Ad Wolgast and Battling Nelson if they can make the Milwaukee fans fall for their stuff. And If Wolgast is not better than he was on Labor day. the old Battler is sure to stick one over on him. ONE ROUND HOGAN must be I given credit for his Industry, ,1 anyhow. Before he started his recent comeback sk.t the former | II ISlOfl' #*V SEE AMERICA first. ■I n RAI I GO EAST VIA PORTLAND, TACOMA, fm^ m .mm>*rrM SEATTLE AND SPOKANE IT COSTS NO MORE visit Glacier National Park | Our Nation's Newest Playground. EXCELLENT SERVICE MAGNIFICENT SCENERY Choice of Scenic Shasta Route or delightful sea trip to Portland or Seattle. Get illustrated booklets and full information from 655 MARKET ST. "^SSST Telephone Kenny 2148 king of the four round light weights toiled away at his trade, plumbing. * * * WE notice that no more of the American fighters are tum bling over themselves in an effort to invade Australia. The reports which Sam Langford, Jack Lester and Grover Hayes brought back threw a scare into all the boys. * * * FRANK LOGAN and Ofto Berg are going to mix things up in a 10 round bout at the West Oakland club this evening. Well, if they don't show more speed than they showed here in a four round canter some two months ago they ought to be barred for keeps from this section, anyhow. * * * ISN'T it strange that John J. McGraw has failed to pay his respects to Pan Francisco since the racing game fell by the way side. The old boy sure did like to watch 'em run around over at Emeryville, and he also liked to swing in with a little bet on every race. And what a handy betting commissioner and all around tout Danny Shay used to make. 'They say that John would not wink at a racehorse any more. Those good old days are gone forever. Kilbane Outclasses Little Jimmy Waist" uuoiuw, sept. 17.—John Kilbane of Cleveland successfully defended his feather weight championship crown at catch weights before a large crowd at the Atlas Athletic association here last night. Jimmy Walsh was com pletely outclassed. Kilbane knocked the local boy down with a right hand smash to the Jaw in the tenth round and would have knocked him out but for Walsh hanging on. Referee Jack McGuigan of Philadelphia a.warded Kilbane the decision. PRINCETON SOUAD CUT PRINCETON, N. .T.. Sej>t. 17. —The Prinea ton squad is dwindling, and today only about 30 men reported for early practice. They were sent through some light srrimmage work. No Pink Tea Stuff For Yale Kickers NEW IUVKV Sept. 17.—roach j Jones of the Ante aquad let It be known today that he would not conn- : Ittnct nny pink tea methods In ' KcrimuiHKr work. One of the back fleld candidates crashed into a Ilnes mau In practice today, bowling; the anld linesman over in handy fashion. Whereupon tbe old back rmhed over and asked the llne*mnn to "please excuse me, old man.*' Jones overheard the apology, ; rushed over to tbe halfback, poked hla finarer at him and roared: "Cut out that polite -lull : this la ' a man's avnmc. It's Tour business to j bowl that fellow over—the harder ; the better. \ovr g-o at him "stsln and i slam and mm him hard."* No, Cole Doesn't Want To Be Big Leaguer ST. PAT."L. Sept. 17. —There is one drafted American association star whose heart is not filled with joy, although he has been burning with ambition to return to the big league. He is King '"ole of Columbus. When Cole waa informed that he had been awarded to the New York American league team he dashed his cap on the ground and displayed other evidences of disgust. The reason is that Cole has been with Frank Chance before, and does not like him any too well. In the summer of 1910. when Cole was having his best year in the Na tional league, Cole was put out of 5 a close game for kicking, and was fined $100 by the "peerless leader" Cole did not worry much about it until the close of the season, when, to his astonishment, the penalty was tpf remitted, Ever since that time < rile has had little personal regard for the "peerless leader." Strong Syndicate For Cup Defender BRISTOL, R. L, Sept. 17.—1t was learned today that another New York Yacht club syndicate, to include Fred erick G. Bourne, George F. Baker Jr. and probably C. Oliver Iselin, to back a second Herreshoff boat to compete in the trials for the America cup defender next year is a strong prob ability. ] Plans for this syndicate were dls j cussed today at a meeting of certain j members of the New York Yacht club j near Newport. While Nat Herreshoff, ! the designer, has let it be understood j heretofore that ho would accept only one commission, that of the vander ! bilt syndicate, for a cup defender can didate, it is said that he Is now in a I more receptive mood. Another meeting of the New York i Yacfit club members to plan for the ! new syndicate will be held early next week. STATE FAIR/^v $3,35 Round Trip %£jf Sold dally to September SO. Return Halt September 32. SACRAMENTO In Addition to Local Service SACRAMENTO TRAINS Will Leave SAN FRANCISCO (Key Route Ferry) 7:00 A.M. 10:40 A.M. 3:40 P.M. 6:40 P.M. 9:00 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. Leave Oakland (40th & Shafter Aye.) 30 minutes later 5:00 P. M. Train Carries Parlor Observation Car 9 A. M. and «:« F. M. trulmm resseet at MONTEZI MA with Ant* Stage for RIO VISTA A Sceafe Trip Through Redwood Csnyse. Moraara Valler, Saa Raaaea Valley, Mt. Diablo Couatrr and Salann Irrigated Farm*. Roek-Ballaated Roadbed, Steal Coaches aad Modern Equipment. Cesnrets at ssorsmeete With Electric- Line* for North. Call Krarklia 780, Red l.lse Transfer Co., Saa Franclaoa, aad ticket* for traa«!*orta«lon will ba delivered when baggage la ceiled fur nt hotel or home. Baggage carried oa all trains. Oakland=Antioch & Eastern Ry. BAN TBAJTCIBCO: Key Boate Forry. Phone Sutter 8335. OAKLAND: 40th and Bbafter Art,. Peons Piedmont »70. (Copyright, 1913, International News Service) " » • • LAST CHANGE FOR ONE ROUND HOGAN He Must Get Rid of Tommy McFarland if He Wants to Remain in Game If One Round Hogan does not come j back when he starts against Tommy t McFarland at the Pavilion rink on Friday evening he may as well sign himself up for a steady Job in some plumber's shop. This will be his last chance to show the fans that he has anything left. They generally are willing to stand for one attempt, but if the fighter fails them, It's generally good night with him. Hogan used to be a great favorite around here. When he was in his prime, some three years ago, he had a habit of tearing right after his op ponents and flattening them quickly. This is how he gained his nickname. When he first went east he was a card, too, but after hitting the slide about a year ago he seemed to lose all his old time dash. They are sending Hogan in against the toughest boy of the whole outfit. McFarland is a boxer and a fighter combined, and none of them has ever | been able to do anything with him j over the four round route. Ho was not a success as a 20 round performer, i but at the short distance game he al- ! ways has shown himself to be the sort of a fighter who appeals to the public. If Hogan rushes in and sets the pace the battle will ' surely be a speedy one, for McFarland Is a won der at stopping them when they come at him. He Is not so much of a knocker out, but he is a damaging puncher, especially with those short .distance Jabs. Hogan, on the other hand, is a swinging puncher, and when he connects he generally does a lot of harm. The fans are taking a great in terest In the setto between Johnny O'Leary, the recognized king of the i northwestern feather weights, and ■ Babe Picato, the clever little Los An- ; geles boy who has shown so often j around here. O'Leary probably is a batter puncher than his opponent, but Picato is there with all the clever stuff, and it is very hard to get at him. j Roy Moore and Harry Dell, ths old ' time rivals for bantam weight hon- i ors. are to hook up once more. This j should prove a mill worth traveling j Injury Results in Death of Tosse WINNEBAGO. Minn.. Sept. 17. —Clar- ;neo Sterns, formerly of the St. Paul team of the Northern league, but who finished the season with Sheridan. vVy., is dead at his home here today as i result of injuries which he received tvhile playing ball. Sterns was Jtruck on the head by a ball twice this summer and of late complained if pains in his head. The cause of leath was hemorrhage of the brain. MORGAN GOES TO REDS CINCINNATI. Sept. 17.—The national com nisslou set aside the sale of Pitcher Cy Morgan ■f the Kan«as City club to the Cincinnati :lub and ordered that the latter clnb be retui »..i>eil for any expense lt had gone to In <■ curing the player. Manager Carr of the vansas City club and Morgan himself testl ied that hi* arm was not In condition when >rdered to report to Cincinnati. miles to see. They both flght like a couple of game roosters, and when they start the fur generally flies, i Dell lately returned from the middle west, where he took on all comers J and won nearly every one of his J battles. The other bouts are as follows: Totn Nlckola vs. Grover Brinkley. middle weights; Carl (ioubatz vs. White, feather weights; Stanley Pa- i radie vs. Young Hogan, lightweights ! I AMERICAN Largest SS.Ca f 400 Ship* in the W 1,306.819: /"IMPERATOR"! WORLD'S LARGEST SHU' \ SAILS AGAIN OCTOBER 11, 3 p. m. 1 and every three weeks thereafter H to arrive H In HAMBURG on seventh r*: M now open for season. LONDON, PARIS. HAMBURG 1 A n-rika Sept. 88, 10 a. n;. I Kalserin Aug. Vie.Oct. 8, 10 a. I t$ '.Pretoria Oct 4. 12 800 ■ Pres. Grant Oct. 8, 12 no B 'Victoria Luise- Oct. 9, 1 P. 11 ■ •Kirst cabin only. ISecond cabin only. dire ITT B. S. Pennsylvania and S. | Pretoria sail from New Pier. foe', c. 33d st., South Brooklyn. All other Sailings In this servico from out He ■'<er. Piers. MEDITERRANEAN Gibraltar. Naples and Genon Z-T All steamers in this service leev from NEW PIER. 83d St., Soutl Brooklyn. Take 3Bth St. Terry. B. S. Moltke (ir-.500 t0n5)..*.... Oct. 7, 11 a. m. 8. S. Cincinnati <17.0n0 tonsi... Oct. 28, 12 noon CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD ft Throngb the PANAMA CANAL, January, 1915. ■ BOOKS NOW OPEN ■ VT Our Tourist Department B « crranges Tours by Rail or Mf Steamer to all parts of the Sj V HAMBURG-AMERICAN / 160 Powell Bt. , *i Phone Kearny 2fi!«. IMpl'-ndid 19.000 Ton "it earner a SIERRA. SONOMA and VENTURA $116 HendHiti M^mr ! VStia AUSTRALIA l** tfATS TIA HONOLULU AM> SAMOA |32s Grand Tear, Jontk K«tnd th« World, • Sew. $325. Honoiaie. I*dais: 2nd dais J3«o Samoa, Australia. New rotting fht coirtlr.cnt Zealand, Tahiti etc and world'j great dtie HoaaltjktSalUßg* ">*»*• 23, Oct. 7. 21. etc,. 2 p. re. Sydney sailrcgj sep:. 2i. Oct. 21. etc. 2 p. m. Wr.w ot Witt Now for Berths. Send (or Fdkr. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.. 673 Market St. Phone Sntter fi^S No. 4 B AIL WAI TBA V E L j E SEE THE * = Grand Canyon of the Feather = = River and tlr Royal Gorge | EE The "Panama-Pacific Express" E 5 with Observation Cars and s The "1915 Mail" Trains |l Leave Union Ferry Depot Arrive — r i i«. ( Stockton, Sacramento, 1 a _ — = "•'"■ \ Salt Lake, Denver, ( " B 9 E E 730 ■ / Omaha, Chicago, Kan- C aan . E = 9 ( ass City, St. Louia J 1 = = ".10 s Stockton 10.80 a = E Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping- E Cars via Den. & ilio Grande and Missouri S ~ Pacific, Rock Island Lines and Burling- — E-j tou Route. S j§ ALL TRAINS ELECTRIC LIGHTED = E EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE E E Ticket Offices E E 665 Market St.—Pbose Softer 1651 E 5 1326 Brejdwjy, Oakland- Pbcse Oakland 132 J= ""gjSSjIZ FAST ELECTRIC TRAINS for Pittsburg, Sacramento and east # #fl\ lot Ba J" P° lnt daily—Leave Key ■ I Route Ferry : — 5 %| 7:00 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 6:40 P.M. ¥ t, ¥ 9:00 A.M. 3:40 P.M. 8:00 P.M. 10:40 A.M. t*:00 P.M. f'The Capital" has parlor, observation car; makes no stops: addition;.! service to Bay Point and sut stations. Tel. Sutter 2HBf. OAKT.AJfP. ASTTIOCK &■ EASTERN RY. j S Portland BEAVER Snlla 12 Voim, BEAR Monday - BgVER Los Angeles wmyp BEAVER 11 A. M. Tomorrow, Thursday, .OTTINOtB \ PACIFIC MAIL I HONOLULU—JAPAN—CHIN \ PHILIPPINES S. 8. NILE (11,000 tors) calla at Manila Mails Saturday. September M j S. S. MONGOLIA (27,000 tons) calls at Manila Sails Wednesday, October 1 Cuisine under personal supervision of Mr. V. Moroni, oae of the world's most famous MEW FEATURE TOURS ANP TRIP DEPT. PANAMA LIIVE Mexico —Central America —Panama I New Vork —South America—Europe I S. S. PERU (calls at Maxatlan) Sniis Tuesday. September 23 PANAMA DIRECT I S. S. PENNSYLVANIA (freight nnd pas- I sengers... .Sails Tuesday. September 30 j \ PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. j Flood bldg.. S. F. Phone Kearny 8630. Links of Brookline Attract the Bright Stars of Golfdom BROO KXJ N Mass., Sept. 17.--A fresh group of distinguished golf stars will take the field in the play for the national open championship, and the scores of such players as McDermott, Ray Smith, Travis, An derson and Travers will be awaited with much curiosity. The play is drawing much Interest here. The eliminating rounds yesterday split up the stellar field into two sections. Of the 40 odd pair that started yesterday, 33 finished with a score of 170 or under. The balance of the field will go through the same elimlnatory test today, more qualify ing, or 66 in all. These will comprise the championship division which will play tomorrow and Friday. Edward Ray and William Reld meet today in the second qualifying round, and their play will attract much interest. Harry Vardon. the British golfer, showed best in the qualifying round yesterday, beating Frank Quillet, 151 152 "WHITE HOPES'* SIGN UP NEW YORK, Sept. 17 —Jim Sarige, ' white hope." ■nd. Jack Keating, who la the same, will meet in a 10 round bout tonight. Keating claim* a record ot 18 knockouts. RAILWAY TRAVEL U.l.l.'Nrllli/Md.H i ■ a innniMßTainiiii ON. AND AFTER AUGUST I. 1913, TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE AT SAN FRANCISCO. VIA OAKLAND PIER (Foot of Market Street) Arms (Subject to change without notice) 2.16 a Niles, Lirermore, Tracy, Lathrop. Stockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, Sacramento, RoaeTiile, Auburn, Col fax. Truckee, Keno, Sparks 10.40* 2.15 a Sacramento, Marysville. Biggs, Chico. 10.40p 2.15 a Yolo. WiiUanv. Willow*, Tenama... 10.40p MO* Richmond (Vallejo). Port Costa. Mar tinet. Antioch, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy, Patterton, Newman, Loa Banot, Ingls. Kerman, Fresno I UOp 6.40b San Leandro, Hayward, Nilea. San Jote 8-lOp 7.00 a Richmond, Port Cotto, Benicia, Sui tun, Dixon, Sacramento 7.30 a 7.00* Elmira, Vacaville. Winter* l.lOp 7.00 a Roseviiie. Marysvillp (Oroville). Red ding, Dunamuir I0<40» 7.00 a Davis, VToodland. Williamt. Maxwell. Willows, Hamilton, Corning, Red Bluff 7JOp 7.20 a The Statesman—Richmond, Vallejo Junction, Port Coata, Benicia, Sin tun, Dixon, Davis, Sacramento B.BOp 7.20 a Niiet, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdaie), Lodi, Sacramento 7.30b 7.20 a Tracy, Patterton, Newman, Loa Banot, Ingle, Kerman, Fresno 4JOp 7.40 a Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga, Santa Rosa, Crockett, Port Coata.. o.lob 7.40 a Avon, Walnut Creek, San Ramon C.I Op B.ooa Newark, Wett San Jose, Loa Gatoa, Wnght, Felton Ben Lomond, Boul der Creek), Santa Crua 5.50p MO* Richmond. Port Coata, Martinex, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy (Stockton), Merced, Berenda, Madera, Freano, Fowler, Selma, Traver, Gothen Junc tion (Hanford, Armona), Tulare, Bakersfield 4.3 Op 8.40 a Visaiia, Lindsay, Porterville. Ducor... 7.1 Op 8.40* Yceemite Valley via Merced 4JOp 9.00n Irnngton, San Jote 7JOp B.oo* Niles. Pleaaanton, Livermore, Stock ton. (•Milton), Valley Spring, lone, Sacramento 4 JOB o.ooa Tuolumne, Sonora, Jamestown, Angela 2JOp o.oo* Port Cotta, Benicia, Suisun, Davis, Sacramento 10.4 Op B'.OOa Vaileio. Napa, St. Helena, Calistoga . 4.300 B.oo* Goldfield Pats.—Truekee(LakeTaboe), Haxen, Wabuaka (Yerrington. Hud ton), Mina, Tonopah, Goldfield, Laws, Keelcr ! 8.10*) MOa Richmond, San Pablo. Pinole. Vallejo Junction, Crockett, Port Cotta, Mar tines, Avon, Concord San Ramon.. 6 JOp 10.20 a "Pacific Limited"—Ogdea, Cheyenne. Omaha, Chicago—Salt Lake City, Denver 8.50 a 10.2 On Port Cotta, Benicia, Sacramento, Col fax, Truckee, Reno, Haien, Love lock, Winnemueca, Battle Mountain, Palisade, Elko, Wells, Cobra 8.50* 10.20* Nilea, Irvington. San Jost J LJOp 10.40* Stockton j 3,10 a 10.40* Loa Angeles Pastonger—Richmond. Port Costa. Martinex, Byron Hot Springa, Tracy, Stockton, Merced, Madero, Freano, (Hanford, Coalinga, Visalia), Bakerafield, Lot Angele* . • 7.10b 10.40* El Paso, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chi i ■ cago/ I 2.80» 11.20* Shasta Limited Do Luxe—Portland, Tacoma, Seattle ........... 8.50p (2.00s Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui tun, Fairfield, Dixon, Sacramento.. 4.30p 12.00n Elmira, Vacaville, Winter 5.......... 7 JOp 12.00n Davis, Williams, Colusa June, Wdlowt, Germantown, Orland, Hamiltoa.... 8.50P 12-OOn Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff 4.30b l.oop Niles, Irvington, San Jo** «*op l-20[> San Leandro, Niles, Centerviile, New ark (Redwood), Saa Joae /JOp 1.20b Newark, Alviso. Agnew, Santa Clara, West San Jote, Lot Gatoa, Glen wood, Felton, (Boulder Creek), Santa Crux, Wataonville 8.1 Op S4op San Leandro, Nile*. San Joae.... 7 JOp 3.008 Richmond, Benicia, Suisun, Sacra mento—Woodland, Tudor, Yuba City, Marytvill*. Oroville | . 1 0* 3.00b Elmira. Vacariile, Winter*, Rumtey.. 11.10* 3.20p Richmond, Port Coata, Martinex, Byron Hot Springs, Modesto. Mer ced, Madera, Fresno 10-4 Op 4.00p Overland Limited De Luxe—Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha, Chicago j... 8 JOB 4Mp Port Cotta, Martinet, Concord, Wal nut Creek, Smn Ramon, Livermore.. B.lo* tkOOp Vallejo, Napa, St Helena, Catistoga, Gien Ellen. Santa Rosa B.lo* ' MOp Nile* (Centerviile, Newark). Rnnol. Plaaaanton, Livermore, Tracy, Stock ton, Lodi, Sacramento . "f.sOp 1 MOp San Leandro, Hayward, Nil**. Pie**-/1 BJOa anton, Livermore I I'O-lO* 4.40? Irvington, San Jote 8.30* 4AOp Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Lo* Banos, Kerman, Fresno I OAOp 8,40b Valley Flyer—Port Coata, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy, Modesto, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction, Tulare, Bakerafield, Mojava, Lot Angeles '2-s°» i tU)Cp Vallejo. Port Cotto, Benicia, Suisun, Sacramento, Rosevyle, Lincoln, Wheatland, Maryr-Ul* (Oroviile), Gridley. Biggt, Chico 10.40p ' B.oop Davis, Arbuclcle, Williams, Willows, ! Orland, Tehama, Red Bluff 10.40b B.oofl Newark. West San Jose. Los Gatos... 10.10*1 BJOp Saturday* and Sundays—Glenwood, Felton. Santo Oas §10.10* I B.OOp Niles. Pleaaanton, Livermore, Tracy, Stockton 10.10* I 8,20* Richmond, Pinole, Crockett, Port Cotta, Martinex, Avon and Way Stations... IOJWO f£op San leandro, Lorento, Hayward, Niles, Pleaaanton, livermore, Tracy Stockton 2.60P 6.20b Owl Limited—Port Cotta, Tracy, Freano, Lo* Angeles 8. Oa 8.20b Havward". Niles and San Jose 6.1 Op 6.40p Eastern Express—Ogden, Pueblo. Den ver, Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago. I JOp MOp Richmond, Port Costa, Byron Hot Bprings, Tracy, Stockton, Sacra mento. Colfax, Truckee, Reno. Sparks |w*P 7J)Ob (Sunday only)-Richmond (Vallejo), PwtCoato,Martinei,Coneord,Walnut Creek, Pleasanton, Nile*. Oakland . 12.45 a 7.20» Sleeping Car to Truckee for Lak* Tahoe T- 30 * 8,20? Oregon Express—Richmond, Sacra mento, Roseviiie. Marysville, Red ding (Klamath Fails). Ashland, Port land. Taeoma, Seattle. Spokane 1.1 Op MOp Mt Eden, Aivarado, Newark, Santa Clara. San Jos* TJOp MOp Bakersfield, McKittrick. HueltoV, Monarch, Moron, Fellow, Shale . . . 7JO* MOp Richmond, Port Cost*. Tracy. Mo desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Hanford, Tulare 7.50* SAOp Hanford, Armoqa. Lemoore, Huron, Coalinga 7 JO* MOp Visalia, Exeter. Lindsay, Porterville, Ducor, Famoeo 7 JOB 10.20? Portland Express—Richmond. Davis, Willows. Red Bluff, Weed. 'Klamath Falls), Ashland, Roseburg. Portland, Tacoma, Seattle 7 JO* I 1.40p California Mail—Ogden, Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, Chi cago 8 JOp !Mop Ili-hmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui min, Davis, Sacramento, Colfax. Truckee. Reno 8.30 a UNION TRANSFER COMPANY ! Agents collet uasgago as.l ctcci on traina er ! Boats of Southern Pacific Company and deliver I baggage to residence. They aro authorized tc I *heck bag gag* direct frozr residence. Eastern Athletes Anxious About Our Big October Meet That the Portola athletic meet Oc j tober 25 Is attracting nation wide I notice Is evidenced from the fact that eastern athletes are making inquiries j about it and also that some of tho j biggest eastern athletic officials will jbe on hand. Word was received todny by the j Portola athletic committee from C. V. Rawson, chairman of the Missouri valley conference committee, that he will bo out to see the meet. Kawcon is one of the best known athletic officials in the east and is particularly | well known In that section of the country which embraces the Missouri j valley conference. The conference is one of the I strongest collegiate organizations in j the country and includes in its tnem i bership every big university and col lege of Kansas, Nebraska. lowa, Wis consin, Missouri, North Dakota and I South Dakota. ! PITCHER RILEY IS SOLD j KANSAS CITY. Sept. IT—William Riley, a I pitcher for the local American association base -1 ball club, was sold to the Bioujc City Western ' league team. VIA COAST L.IPUE Lear* (Third and Townsend Streets) Arrrst (Subject to chance without notice) t 3X6* Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma, Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno t 8.33* 5.45* South Saa Francisoo, Saa Jose, Mor * ganhill, Gilroy, Sargent, Watson ville, Aptos. Capitola. Santa Crui . S.OOp Mb College Park, Campbell, Los Gato*. Glenwood. Felton (Boulder Creek). Santa Crui tl 1.300 7.00 a Coaster—Saa Jose, Morganhill, Gil roy, Salinas, Soledad, King City, Paso Robles Hot Springs. Sjin Luis Obispo, Surf (Lotnpoci, Santa Bar bara, Ventura, Oxnard, Loa Angeles. 10.30(1 7.00 a HoUister, Tres Pinos— Wataonville, Santa Cnu—Dei Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.300 t 7.05 a South San Franciaeo, Palo Alto, Saa Jose, Way Stations 3.259 t 7.05 a Lot Altos. Monta Vista, Loa Gato* .. 7.20 a B.ooa Shore line Limited—Paao Robles Hot Springs, Santa Barbara, I.oe Angeles. 9.580 8.05 a Ma/field, Los Altos. Los Gatos, Wright Glenwood (Boulder Creek), Santa Crui, Wataonville, Castroviile, Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove. 9.088 9.00 a San Jose, Morganhill. Gilroy, Sargent, Salinas, Soledad, San Miguel, Paso Robles Hot Spnn ts, San Luis Obispo. 4.009 9.00t HolOster, Tret Pinos—Watsonville, Santa Crui —Dei Monte, Monterey, pacific Grove 4.000 10.40 a South San Franciaeo, Btirlineame, San Mateo, Pale Alto, Mayfield, Los 112.308 Altos, Loa Gatos I 7.20p 11.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colina, Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0.... 1.550 11.40 a South San Franciaeo, San Jose T 8.20« I. 20p Saturdays only—San Mateo, Ked wood, Mayfield, Los Aitot. I/on Gatos, Glenwood, Felton (Boulder Creek!, Santa Crui c 10.38b 2.00p Del Monte Express— San Jose, Mor ganhill, Gilroy, Bargent, Watsonville, Santa Crui, Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, (Salinaa) 12.300 2.05p Eaaton, San Mateo, Palo Aito. Saa Jose 8.40 a t 2.10p South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa Clara, San Jose * I 1-300 3.00p South San Francisco, San Mateo, San Jose, Morganhill, Gilroy, (Tret Pinos), Watsonville, Santa Crui, Del Mont*, Monterey, Pacific Grove.. .. 10.10*1 3.20p Fridays and Saturdays—Mayfield, Los Altos, Lo* Gatos, Wright Glenwood. Felton (Boulder Creek), Santa Cnu, Capitola, Wataonville JlO.OOO 3.25 a Burhnjame, Saa Mateo, Redwood, Palo Aito, Mayfield, Los Altoa, Lot Gatoa 5.300 4.00b Sunset Exprest—Tucson, Deming. fil - Paao, Houston, New Orleans, Chi- , cag0..... 9.10 a 4.00p Washington Sunset Route—Washing ton, D. C, New York and Last. .. . 9.100 4.00p Salinas, Paao Robles Hot Springs, Saa Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, aa Ventura and Los Angelea 9.10 a 4.000 fcafc.n City, St. Louis, Chicago 9.10 a 4.208 fVfth San Franeitco, San Jose t 7.230 t 4.500 lalta Crua Limited—Mayfield. Los r Aitot, Los Gatoa, Felton (Boulder Creek). Banta Cnu t BMSO t 5.05b Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood, Palo Alto, Mayfield, Santa Clara, San Jote t 6.330 t 5.20b Redwood, Athertoc, Menlo Park, Pa!o Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View, Sun nyvale, San Jote t 9.00 a t 8.200 Lo* Aitot. Moata Vista. Los Gatos.. t 9AUm t 8.25p Eaaton, San Mateo. Redwood, Moun tain View, San Jose 9.400 t 5.30s Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View, Cemeteries, South San Francuxo, 23d Btreet, 3d and Townsend t 9.400 6.40b San Bruno, Ban Mateo, Redwood, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Joae.. 7.450 t M 0» Mayfield, Los Aitot, Lot Gato* 1 9.400 t S.OOp Millbrae, San Mateo. Redwood, May field. Loa Aitot, Los Gatos t 8.000 B.ooa Satunlayt—Glenwood, Felton, Santa Crut.: tlO.OOO f 8.05p 23d Street, Viataeion, South Saa Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.160 8.30p South San Francisco, San Joe* 6.4Gp 8.003 The Lark—Santa Barbara, Los An geles , 9.46 a B.lob San Joso and Way Stations 7.30 a 19.00? Lot Angtlet Paasenger— Morganhill, Salinaa. Paao Robles Hot Springs. San Luia Obiapo, Santa Barbara and Lot Angelea 8.25 a 10.05b South San Francisco, San Jot* 11.580 11.45b South Saa Francisco, Palo Alto, San | Jote r.. 7.360 LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-ELECTRIc SERVICE Via Oakland Pier I Te Oakland, 16th St., and Berkeley, via Shattuck Aye. and Ellsworth St. Lines.—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., and I every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive; then 9.00 9.40,10.30, 11.00.11.40 p.m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. ra. Additional boats Saturday! and Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 p. m. I Tt Berkeley via California St and West Berkeley, Albany via Niath St Line*.—Daily—From *6.00 a. m.. U *8.40, t7OO a. m., and every twenty minutes until S-20 p.»., inclusive: then 9.00,9.40,10-0,11.00,11.40 p. ro -12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturday* and Sundays only, 8.40 p. a.. 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 p. ro. I To Oakland, Washington-Broadway, East Oakland, Frultvale and Melrose, via Seventh St—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., thsn every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m, inclusive: then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20, 11.00. 11.40 p. ra.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and Sunday! only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.2 a p. m. I" Hortoshoo to Oakland, Washington Broadway, Fruitvcle, Alameda. North Skit,—Daily—From 6.00 a. m., t6 20, 6.40, 7.0), 7.20, 7.40, 8.00, 8.40. 9".*) a.m.: then 4 011 pjn.. 4JO, 4.40, 5.00, 5.20, 5.40, 6.00, 6.20,6.40,7.011 and 1.7.40 p.m. To Stoiwhurst (Steam Service}—l6 00, f6.40, t7.3G. 19.00. 110.00 a. m., t1.20 p. m.. t2.00, t3.OQ, tUO, •4.00, *SJOO, *SAQ and t6-20 p. a. 1 Via Alameda Pier Te Oakland, 14th and Franklin Sts.— 6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past ma hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 830. 9.15, 10.00, 10.4 a, 11. 3d p. m. and 12.15 a. m. To Alameda, North and South Side— 6 15, 6.45 a. ro.. and then 15 and 45 minutes past tha hour until 7.45 p. m.: then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10.43, 11 JO p. m., and 12.15 a. m. ( OAKLANO HARBOR FERRY AUTOMOBILES. MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES] From San Francisco, South End of Ferry Building, fat Broadway Wharf, Oakland.—From 6.00 a. m , daily, and every half hour until 900 p. m . inclusive, then J9.30 p. m.. "0.00 p. m., J10.30 p. m., 'H CO p. *12.00 mdo, • I JOO a jn. Boats loavo Broadway WSarf— From 6.15 a. ro., daily, and every half hour untii 8.45 r. m.. inclusive; then J9.15 p.m., *f> 45 p.m., t10.25p.rj, •10.45 p. is., *11.45 p. m., *12.46 a. m. f • for Morning. 'Daily. r, for Atitrnoon, I tSunday excepted. 15unday only. c Mond-iy only. and Mondays only. « NETHERLANDS ROUTE From Pacific Street Wharf. Pier Na. 7 This route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto* mobuista to leach all points on the Sacramento Rivers Colliasville, Emroaton, Rio Vista, Isletor, K;de. Walnul Grove, Yorden, Courtland. f 'larksburjr, B*ocaoMSSto> I Steamer Nava|o leaves Sai Frasriscn S3O a. m. daily except Sunday, r.rriving Sarrsxento ".CO p. c. Stopping at all points en route. I/Csves Barrarar:ito 6.00 p. m. daily except Sunday, arriving Francisco i'iX) c. aw No stopt es route. Steamsr Modoc or Apache, leases Saa Fraacirco 13 soon daily except Sunday. Leave Sscrmncnto 10X0 a, m. daily except Sunday; itoppm? both ways at cU pointa en route. Arriving time San FraccisM ax 4 Sacramento ladciiut:, account fruit kssob.