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Ae is opjxirt uii i ry im k?w HfUltTS, LASIFIKU AN!) SHILTJXO ' Than romli Hw'If, t!irudr innnotlipr Mmtjc f? SECTION. ! m; -PRICE TIVE CKNTS ISIiBlBE-- SIGCI LEADERS I - i u UL.Jfil iiUiiL i! -r l si . r 1 - - IEWSPAPEBSI1 ililiii ',',!!IIT2i,' Sllllt HAS t . t v--. :: 1 5 I K . i.w , v f - - iv i i ' ; .- J ,y-y-: ":y. DENVER, liar ; ; 1. ( Associated iTf-s" Ly Federal 'Wireless) The en tire 'strike zone as reported quiet Autx. v.0 The state' trtxsps 'ara -be- . . ,t m;.!Jy , f eMeved ' tr reEular.'army trrx; "Tli6 iinroediate disarmament v,f i. 1 rr.fr:e rnarda Is the'ooly cdndl i ! : ::r. tr. ( 1 t;y t union headers ' if they uy' i. own' their aras.v-' ' r ; t ? f-trcn " coal -m!a operating, cora- I : t. r: t: t . 1. ... cf tr e.. state yesterday posi . r f js,t Z ' to consider tKessuggea cf Chair::. an Foster of the bouse a c. ice that negotiations for ".: :..,'.t -ff -the f lilke troubles : 1 L.to upoa the basis of re-::.;.-.n cf the t:r.!on, wh!cli Vis, for .alv J' by ir.Incrs: " ,, ., Cp.--, r-rn" ' nil : INDIGESTION. Oft GAS ' nd la fire st le. t f cf : Scry la itcr.uuh . ; --r r. hr.t rr."t yc :r Etr art . ; ;t: .n cf ihe f;.: I t':.e dan- T . y:a? '.. t'!, d t tclh?r. if " '-'i is in a rtvclt; :f E:-:r. : ,., . t, ai.i nl.'t you ; '.-t ata I ir.fo ft-.lhorn J.;r.::3; : . . :y r - J achr :?; bc':!i fs ; i.r. I rucf-tj ur. Icstrd . i f.ul, Ur.r-e coatr j :rt '' -ft,R n-r- rs'- : 1 f : : I.:.-- ' t ; r: -'t tche onrp . t r : I- " zl c! i t, Eurcit, , . -3 r; ... ,.- . r - T . . . ' ... i I. I . o .' t 1 -1 C ' - - . I : . . : : i c :i v.:;.i Ii's 3 ! tv -rrf v . : ' r f;..- - .', ; 'ci.:c ! . 1 liitrrry; ;:; .:: i '.c - J. .7. eocial ' : : race by motor :i v. Ill start form, the I rr.-.a-racif.c Inter it:: a t- fan .Francico , : ; : . A r. I re r.Jy- announce 1 , 1 1 .ve tern assured : ;i. i cl events. A ,!n:p.;cr ; S 1 C J . ' C 3 will be award for circuit of the plcbe, with :rr.tal prizes to aviators first v-i!cus sections cf. ti lt is i ; feted . that the i -cf r " '-r-'-tal prizes' w.il ...;- :- I ..-icwuv Tlh-.C-JCil-THAINS DAILV . , , - Ctv;jn '. :--' "-. C:t Tr -ciaco, Oakland, Kansas City, Ct. 4.cuis, Omaha and Chicajo , - . via ; , . . - : .! . .. C:'t Like City, Colorado Springs and j - Csnver. ' y, -r-?'' i rr.:3 t- waldhon, lto F fl E l G H T ' ": and T I C -K E jT '8 A!:3 neservafons azy point a the mainland - . C:s VCLL3 FAR CO C CO, 728. .Kim St. TeL '1515. Wn WASH AND STERILIZE; F5 AT i I Etl F I LLQI7S i LCX,; VCbNG'LAUDRT. . ' Phone " 34S . - ''. " ,-. ' - ' -:J: - " i 1, 'V C :i-K-'.:;;:Cly5-' UV .;-' ':''' '.--. .1. ''? "or rllbclesale lictan Ccalcr .,.'t t 'i 4rrrr TTrtfi o--!' - rsf ; NEW YORK. "Dago Frank" piro ficl' dying confefisidn to the; sen sational rinnrder' of : Gambler', Herman Rosenthal will aid materially in fend ing , ex-Polfce , tieubebahtrr Charles Becker, toj the chair as the .master mlndn the slaughter plot, according to the vieir of District' Attorn ey Wait- man. '. r, - ----l ;- - v i . , Whitman declared that in no essen tial detail had Cirofici's antemort.n Ftatment contradicted, the" stories of Webber, Vallori "and'the" other inform ers, and he said it -had; almost abso lutely confirmed the story cf the trag edy" told -by. fJackRoss, the princi ral alleged, go-between for Becker and the gunmen who 'slew. , .' T' .'.:,-:" : No importance .was j attached ; by Whitman tQ ClroficTs" ; declaration that he ."had been told" tthat Harry Vallon,one of the- informers, headed Inthe shooting when," Rosenthal, felL Neither was the district attorney im pressed 'with the dyings gunman's j de claration that "so- far as he knew" Becker had nothing to do wlthL the murder plot. ; . '-f y' ' " !f . Whitman has taken.no steps to ar rest Vallon, nor, it 13 said, will he "do so. Vallcn himself admitted he was present -.when "Rosenthal' was" killed In1 front of the .Metropole hcteU and the enly two men who can swear he f!re,l cne cf the. fatal shots are dead, Thcv, Horowitz and Rosenberg, are l-'i-.ved in the lisht cf;cJl that has tror.-rired, were the actual murderers cf the -irrLIcr whose "squealing". , to Vrhitmaa caused' his murder.- ' ; As -to -'Circflci's statements "aiding Becker, the district-attorney's office pointed out that at no time was it tcii-ved the band of - gunmen-who in the -chair had uuy.direct 'deal 5: - y v.ith Becker. ' The ex-czar cf tl : I.:. : rloln, Jf 'was :eo!3.' dealt ?only with Roe, ' Webber, and Vallon,- and j!" four" actual 'killers' fiiurlywent i..i!i to slay on"th Jequc-t cf the -' to when Vrhitinan' alie-res Beck er h'.i civen the word that Rosenthal i..u,t die. : '. '. . '. That Harry -..Valloa' and .Triigie" Wclber.Teally fired the shots which hiiicd. Rct-cnthal .was -the contention cf -"Whitcy Lewis,"., the 'dead gu: rn, according to a Etcry by James ;llp rcn. who was "V.'hiteyV-ceil mate v -Tf-' x'-H-rrT faid t.t-Whi-" t ' . ' . : .;:: t r ' th i .iiir-, th: "I -;o Fraak Ci.ici" , . :.:t t' re. a:. I that Webber and W.iaa were in frcut cf Horowitz and ite. :.lt:pr ar.d fired the Ehcts .which ) re rht 'Rca V.thal down. Her ron. de- Ci-r he had "l:e;:f silent until' after Whitevs" execution in the hcue that t! ; r ..:::. ..n at the last moment might . 4 death in the chair.;" 1 An ar.aaing decdaratioa was. made by ,Dc:i.:r John" Lanser,' who,"T)ago Frank" raid in his confession,": was marhed for death by the gunmeneven tefcro Rc-enthal's trail . was , taken. Larger, declared- he did. not know he was marked foi death, -and, though cry cautious, made the remarkable aarertin .'that, the" man who really thot Rosenthal to death is still ' free. "It's really strange," , T said ihe, "that they . don't get the. rrfanfwho n ally lulled Rosenthal. The world i-n't losing anything, by the sort, but the-man who is-directly responsible l:r the kiHinand who' undoubtedly r e K CUTWARD, Tcr Waiarae, TaiiluaiTIahukTi a Way statics rMS bu"3:20 p-'ta For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Wa3 Ctatlons 17:30 a. Ta-r:I5-: n. 11:20 a. n 2:15 p. n,'3t2D p. tx 1:15 p. n, 9;30 p. ta, U1.15 p,,n : ArrtTe Ilonolulu from Kahakv,- T7S alua and Wadanae-8:28 a. cu ! jt, p. in. 9'ti f .:C:;.. - .-:; Arrlre Ilonolulu from : Ewa ItEt ai Petri City tT:45 a: :tt W'tt 11 r 02 aV xau r; 4(t p. taw !f 5:31 proi 7:30 p. in. s - f Arrive "Honblulu: from" ' Wldair and Leilehua-9 : 15 a. nU: U ', tS K 4:01-p. xa4 7:10 p, ta,T;; '. .The ' Halelwa Limited,' ; tiro train (only first-class Uckels,1icaor4 leaves Honolulu every Sopday at 8: a- m, for Ilaielra Hotel vteturtUigai rives Itt'Honolultf at 15M0 P. nL Th. Limited ; stops only at Pearl. City a Walanae. ,V.-:''-'Ji''C'& .(;';. -t t;; 4: Dally t Except Sunlay .Iday oil, a P. DEN'SON, :. .- f. C CMIT- Superintendent L Pf K l - : - r- ii Importer; and Deatr vf "7'--- ' V? 'V "-' ' V V " ' ' "'-'-' JAPANESE DRY andiFAIVJY G06f "PROVISIONS,: GROCERIES, Et'i 32-341,Hotel' Street;flear. Nuuaaa. v it Y. TAKAI'UVA 4C0.i ;V- ;.tmited;,',,:t'" 7;1 : cojnnssift.v ' jiERcniyrs Japanese ;Pj6tIsIoiis an! i 5 ' Wi W i- jS enerar SerdtafttUf Nunann St. near, Kinr St.; O poller skatt 4The-deliferyt'of parcel post pack- ages' by" United 'Statesmall, carriers equipped with roller skates is ;the lat est: scheme, derlsed to SaTe-time In this branch' of the government serr-Jce-' -Incidentally,; It ? also; seems ' des tined to V cut quite a figure z In .the saving j6f shoe Jeath-for. post 'offlce employees. .fr '-: "-'" '. ': -; -:i - ,The idea: was originatec- by the foreman ol; the check-room ' in ? the Chicago post oGfce.' ,-In the "basement of ' the building is a ''clear vspace ', of oter 300 feet of smooth' Concrete-floor-Ing on either ide? of- whicffi are, -ar-ranged a -total 'of 1,400 carriers' lock ers 'The checking 6t -uniforms -,dur-Ing ' the - rush1 hours ' taxed ;'the force fjred the fatal 'shot -is walking: around a- free man. " Why, there are. 80 men ia New Yorkj''ho! know w'ho commit ted 'that; murder." i ..,-v..1''-:; : It "is expected : that Langer. will ibe grilled; by District : Attorney! Whit man in ' hi3 efforts to convict Becker and i finally , to ' break ; up,' the - gangs 3,t sM who murder for hire on. New Yprr East Side, '.-" ' v . There ..were' strong Indications that Joseph Shay Becker's counsel, may retire from I the tease ' following;;; a scheduled - interview., in - theTombs with hi? client. J ' Shay . refused to. say' why ' he contemplated. - retiring -and would la no way: comment oE.Ciro fiefs confession. " V." 1 T"-'' v "Certain, thlnga.have occun-ed "which are not to my liking,", wasa3 far, as Shaywould go In explaatim. ("; J .The name's of; W. Bourke' Cochran and; ' Martlrf"T.; Mantcui' have ; been mentioned as Shay's' successor. ; Man ton said he' bad 'turned doSm the offer, ;.-: . ' - : -. : 'v ' lU J''w.i. JLi :3 Jiur -i ' ' You know' what tl at means misery - worry-7-big ; bill3 -iebt! ' ' . You ; know you cant afford to get sick. Keeping In good health, means lood ' and'rclo'thing v forVou and ' your family. -fit is'up:t'you,wheneYer: you; don't feel right,':t take something tq make' you '; right, tOAStrengtben , you: bnild you up, ward ; oTf worse sickness uuuu-,yu ui,, - -protect you aftd your family: That . thing, "..we havf : In -Rexall ; Olive ;OiI Emulsion.'. ' la offering it ; to : you, vr& protect V you against, money-risk, by personally -.promising you that, if it does not resxore'your, health, 'we' will give back ourv 'money '.'ithout Word w H .fc. v .,. - -, t- - . you .can ' jfet.;,-! 1 'helping'" Many-jot your nefshbors." If jt don't, help jyouj, we Wiirgive back, your -money; ? Rexaiy Olive Oil Emulsion is' com posed principally of pure Olive" OU and tie Hypophosphites Each has long' jbeen :-.endorsed. ; by successful phys?clans. se Here they are : for the firsf trme combined.'? I The result is a reirarfcable nerve: blood and strength-1 budding remedy that is both food aha mdicine. , - For all who are nervous; ritn-down s- and 'debnitated no matter; ' , Vhat the: causerTfoi old people;: for; ionvalescents'; ? for puny children, we know: or -notning mat win give neann and strength as quickly as -llexall Ol ive, Oil Emulsion. . If is a real builder of . good , blood,, strong 'musciesd gobd digestion; vr: Pleasant : to ' take, it i con tains no - alcqhol '.-'.or.'." habit-forming druet - If vrvn don't fool woll wnno' arugs. ,ir. you aon t ieei weu, econov. mize both money and strength by be- o4i W-f vr.-Rn nn, riZ'jwZ i?;Vii : Arthur IC Jones, Col. A. Coyne. J. Len OII Emulsion. ; Sold' only, at the Rexall , T t., ri rtvl . n Stores, 'nd in. this- town only ui'- H 5L00i? BensonrSmltK & Ccv, LtdW Ho- noluIu.--advertisement . -" " -' - : WHAT IS TOBACCO 7 S -ji"' ,: -;'. '?--vv - 'j-".' ' A : fearsome llstV of ' the chemical cohstis of tobacco "Is ' given by . a writeT& iKnowIedge -X; He .states: Nic6tineScombined :-with J inallic, cit ric,; and other organic acids,; is thle chtet ancaloidal constituent,; but amalt traces of other alkaloids,' namely, nic otine, f , nicoteliine,pyrrbIidine, and roethyl-pyrrblldine hare'1 also been 'de tected. .! Callnlose and ' calcium pec tatewhich eerve to 'give . Stability to most plant structures; are,, of course, to be found in tobacco,' as are also al buminoids, resins, chlorophyll,' philb bophane,, and other complex organic bodies.! f In' addition, calcium potassi um and'magnesium also occur, as well as the . Salts of other metals and ?a variety cf other acids, saccharine matters, and starch. Who would have, thought it? ; . , "What's the matter with your daugh ter, Mme.- Benoit?", She looks very pale! " "Heart disease. Mme. Glbou-? fGraciousl' Not an aneurism; I hoperi No.va bank clerk' Gazette de Hol- ' 9- i of men in! charge of ; this work Mo the limit. iTheir the platf of providing the ch eckers with; ; roller-' skates was hit upoQ with the ; resultHhad thtime formerly -required . fore carrying T uni forms from one end of theJocker room to. .the vother was " cut , to ; one fourth. Following ; this . the scheme; was ap phied 'tOf thet moving of packages Tot mail from one pait of the' building to another, and ' flnajly ,s a-.pjeans for the- regular dellyery of p'arcelVpost packages on ' the butsldeul-i't,' -V " J' The success- of thexpefimerit,taa suchHhat'TostmasterrXT?mpbell of vnjeagu,--. preuicis tue,-. yiu t wui .kuuu generally ;adopte4 ' inH, .large 'cit Jes inilhecountfy. ; :'"..'. ;' a' v The ofacesof ithe' Baltimore-,? and Ohio used ;last "year 700,000 lead pencils,-1,000,000 pens, f. SSO'O.OOO'i pihs,' 18,000,000 envelope's, r14,00O,0Gtf sheets 6f . carbon; paper, 11,000,000 if rubber bandsi.; 570,000 blotters and', 3,300? rub ers. a-- ' ''.;.,':.; :' ' I 3IAILS : Mails are due from the following points' as 'follows :' ? 'ptk-S.. San Francisco-Manchnrla May Xsf Yokohama Seiyo Maru, "May 6. Australia Ventura; May ISl-l.U'l L Virtoria-"Marama, May. 19 .'-. ' r ' . . vf Mails will depart for the. following points', as' follows: Hf..-.vif'-v'v: ' f ' San i"Francisco-rThomas, '.May:-4. 'i ', 'f i Ybkohama-r-Manchnria,? May H;-ri- A Australia-'-Scnomar'May 18.- -f t-:, Victoria Marama, . May 1'0- s 1 v 1 v :j' TRANSPORT; SERVICE ,? - ; ' 'j - i ,-,im Logan, -sail el froni Tloaolula' fori Can ianciacoirrlced .Mardf5.1u;i Sherman, , frcrn '-, Ilonolulu'.v.for - Ban SFrancisco, arrived , ApriL 12.-ij Ur- Thomas, from 'MairilaVfor Honolulu, Sheridan, ;, from f Honolulu, for 1 Guam and '. Manila. : Sailed -April 15. ? f.&f. DIx-at Sranil. v ' ',, i . f ' -" , ' : A iii Warren; stationed -at rthen Philippines. PASSENGERS DEPARTED : PerNitr.t W.: -3. Jlall for Kauaf ports! April '30:'. . Judge L-' A: .Dickey, Miss Wight, " J. -F; Jordan," Miss M Wilcox, Bishop Libert, T.-Nakashima. r; J'rJ ,7nr -rer-simr. wauna ixa,-ior ivona- ana A. . ' ' ; . . VV. y ' M Kau ; ports, - May L-rrE.C.:: Smith J. Lightf obt, M. Osai,-R. Wallace and wife, J. DJ Paris,-. Goo vWaa Hoy Mrs. J A..Magoon, -R.'. A. " McWayne,' Mr. ind Mrs. At: N: PlmerMiss -Cotrell, Mrs.' L McWayne, Master R. Lee, Mrs. J. .Mi Lee and infant. Miss Lee, Miss M.;;A-.-Piuiupvi PASSENGERS BOOKED I ' Perstmr Glaudine tor, Maul ports. May 1. W.: J. Cooper and. wife, Mrs. A. E; B.rune and . daughter,'.!!, Stajage. f -Per .6tr, Mauna Kea "for HUo l and way ,porti,';Iay ?2: -L. ;A. Kerr . and wifC-.Misa'.Klttast4'.Mri4JiLs,VCor- anA infant, Mrs. Hitchcock, Misa "U5ncOTK qmaia . ",cnara toson. Miss E. . W.- Sailer, Miss.- M! Cocket,VGeo Charnock;Miss S'PT1 9 Bt: : v ' " ? r w'fr' :i' Per stmr. Claudine, fdr Maui v porta, May 4: Mrs. KT MJones'A.. Hane-J Derg;:: vr-A -5 i-z..? ..i : Per - stmr. Kinau, for Kauai v ports, May 5. W. A."Wright,i Miss H. Hatch, Miss -B.v CasUe.;--1:',? v ; -5-. ra . vi omi jYancisco. May : Mr.and Mrs.'H.! v" -iVkST R- Bxirg. Bob Ross, Frank F. Frisbie, Clark,' Miss. M. Awana, Mrs. P. Grun-hof,-Mrs. ' Ri SJ Chapman,;- Mr. and Mrs.; , C. ' R - Hunt, MisaHWilliamson, H.f' T TUf Willjamenn ' IL JjBaker and child, Ai Brown, :RVS' PP.rfr1?u1Ine- stmrt ' 6 Wolff," Max: Lewin. F. E Meddlecoff, Mr, s: and Mrs. H.' W. Burden and in fant Mr. and: Mrs. Geo. Mann, Mr. and Mrs.' W. R. Felton, Miss C D. In gaIls,.Miss A.sM.:Farrell;-Miss M. G. Meek, v Mrs.-J. B.' Sledge and child, Miss Vroqm, Miss C. B: Roe Mrs. S. JBanbrldge, Mrs. E.? Owens,1 Miss Beby ,Schade. K: ' B. -White. Rev. D. C..' peters, Miss Kate Mossman,'. Miss R. Henderson,: Miss M. Roach. Mrs. Bradford, Daihq Okada. Utalo Ko dama, Mrs. D. Hamilton Weir, Mrs. A. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sleicher, Mr. and Mrs. -C. W. C. Deering.Mr.and Mrs. T. T.- Greaves, 'Mr nnd Mrs. Whitaker, Wm.. C.f Swart, Mrs. 'Winterfield. Mrs.! Clarkson.f Miss Park, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. c Balding Mrs. E. C. Bowen, Mrs. N. TX Bowen and child, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Master Carpenter, Mrs. J. K. Gandall, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tay lor, Miss M. Taylor, Mrs. C. Haysel den Miss M. 1 Carrr Mrs. W. P. Carr, Mr. and " Mrs. F. H. Harris, Miss V. Harris. . Miss A. Barry, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McKenna. Miss Mary McKenna, ' " rftr Latest Mailt iytSA& FRANClSCO;i-rNewspapers are the great insplrers of public ea thusiasm In the advancement '6t pros perity .and progressive projects," said Frank, I. Turner,"" toastmaster.'at the Weekly luncheon of the Downtown' As sociation in the St. Tranels hbteLlD ': f.-The." luncheon"; was V addressed by newspaper "publishers',, who "offered whole-hearted : support; off all move ments i for commercial and : civic In provement ' San ; Francisco's unique advantage in shaving 'only four great daily newspapers was 'emphasiied by Influenct l Wide. v ?San. iFrancIscd's newspapers' cpver a very 'large kf Eeid. V? The farea they teach ' is 'practically aradius" of i 500 mles. -This gives . them ' a tretoen dous sphere of Influence and aast ad Vantage'oyer.tbe' newspapers of other large cities," said M. It:de YoungJ ; i F. W. Kellogg and George E. Croth- ers.s newspaper proprietors, declared that: the daily journals ate doing all they can do nd starid always willing to aid in every public advance toward bigger husiness and greater prospt ityvU : 7 1 . n .K-'Advrtisefs In' Sad'" Francisco flen 1oy; a i great advantage," 'said Erjiest Birmingham! of New Tork, editor of The Fourth Estate." A-. ' RatesAre Cow." ' - "You have ionly the, four papers In which you. need . to advertise and ad vertlsing rates here ae vety w com pared to other cities. Th'e newspa pers.here don't' know It yet, but fhey will have 'to , raise 'their ' advertising rates,"-because the cost ;6f "newspaper production ' is ' constantly. Increasing." CoL Frank W. Maston spoke on1 the co-operation . of the' merchants i 'and newspapers. ' v The "greatest " feature of the new rates. for 19J5 Is that' they are good for 90 daya and-willlae on sale at'any station. on any day.r..'.f': : '.'!. -. IIOVEIUJIITS OF . , HAIL STEAI.H2ES 5-i VESSELS TO ARRITE I - Hilo via : way ports-iMaun f Kea, stmrT- '"', ;.'"' "" '' nt'm: k 'T"r' X.Tf-: Sunday.:- May 3. ; i . Maul,- Molokai and Lanal porta-rMk kahala, stmr.': '' xi h:' -'HUo-Matsonia; lt.'XjB." S;.' ft -Maui ports Claudine, stmrf - i Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.' i -Kauai pofts Klnau;stmr.i3 v 3 ."T &jr?-t M onday,-' May 4. f ;: ; A; San Francisco Sierra; Cv S. : : .Tuesday, May :5i ?;.r-';v: . SanFrancisco Manchuria, P. M. S. . Manila Via ; Nagasaki fhomas,TJ. ks. a.- t. -. . -u. y . j ? " - - .. . mm ..... I - '.-.. -. i' w ' - V Hilo : via,- way r ports Mauna ' Kea, stmr. s. . ' i'.-v-i-'i-'-'i -''' --i .-: -:--'- .-. San Francisco Lurline, .MN.- SS. '... Wednesday, 'May. 6, x Hongkong via "Japan ports Seiyo Maru J Jan. stmr. ' r: ''''CvveV; S,W J 4 Kauai ports W, G.' Hall, .f tmr.i : ; :; .' v-. s ; ' Th unday, ; May 7.", '; .,; -j. f -' ; Maul ports Claudine, stmr:, , , ;.-;'-;,:i.. Saturday, May 9.t; .' . : ..i Hilo yla way 'ports; Mauna Kea, stmr. !f- .. :Y l : 7 .7i7y;l: 77-'j:- i Tuesday, May 2. 7XfJ"i ;.Sanl FranciscoWllhelmjina, f M, ,: K. iS. S i : ' -: , ? ,V':' .:'-:.':?' ;-.-lThursdayvWay-.f4. J:";v,R';:4 ; ? San Frwcisco-aierman,' TJ. S." X jt!:???;: FrIday,'Alay .1 VK-fc San Franciscqffenyo Mara, . Jap. stmr.';. :- : e Sydney, N.- S. W. via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S.. Si .-,r,'v ',.: . : , i. Saturd, : May 16."-.";.;r-.:- T Hongkong yia Japan ports"r--H(Jng-kong Marn, Jap. stmr. "-a , : e '? San FrancisccNne, P. M. S. 1 . ' 4 ' r hYESSEX 7 TO DEPART V Frtiay, May t. - Maul ports" f- Claudine, stmr., 5 p. - Saturday, May 2., -, via VFiy ports ' Mauna ; Kea, stmr.; 3 p. mJ v J ' . ,.V V - r;' Mnday, May Kauai ports W. g: Hall, stmr., 5 IP m. m. Kauai pontB Noeau,: stmr., 5 p. m. esday, May 5. Maul, Mqiokal-and Lanai ports Mi kahala, amr 5 p. m. ' Hongko: via Japan ports Man- ' a c ' 1 cnuna; u. a. a. i San Fraricisco Thomas, U. S. A. T. Kauai 'wrts-'Kinau. stmr.. S o. m. ednetday, May 6. Hilo via! way porta Mauna Kea, stmr., 10 i. m: .'. r. :' - - San Frici8CO Matsonla, M. N. S. S., 10 a. tL? ',. ' , - . . ; X?entrali and ' South American ports via : Hilo4Seiyo Maru. JaD. stmr. Thursday, May 7r , Kauai rts W. G. Hall, stmr, 5 p. m. Friday, May 8. rts Claudine, 5 p. Maui m. Saturday, May 9. San noon. Hilo mcisco Sierra,, O. ia way ports Mauna Kea, ctmr ; i p. m. Tuesday, May 12. San aanclGcdI.untne. M. N. S. S.. tor latest Mni ' -ft H OAKLAN iCat A? Mreef sema- chore that i all but human has been Invented by p. G. Wailman. of the Oak land policedepartment - Chief of Po lice Walte Petersen calls it the "last word in Automatic devices for'.han dling 'street traffic," ' v , -" ;: " " " ' Wailmp's device "7 is :' an -;' electric semaphore. ' New York used a ' sema phore system operated by hand '-levers by ihe traSc policemen, but there are dwadyantages . to' this, as the policepan must pay some attention to the lfvets and cannot devote all his attention to the trafac, - . ; . - The , new elect ri C , semaphores a re beirik-installed at Twelfth and Broad wstT Oakland's , busiest - corner, and will be given a thorough tryout. A semaphore, arm is to be put at each jfl the;' four, corners, .thus controlling traffic, In all directions and on both sidea of the street ; The" arms are Controlled ' by'; four electric -buttons,, held.bv.the trafMe coliceman in the Scenter of i the street. The current necessary is obtained from the regu lar street lighting service. V-v' Each 'semaphore, arm . signals three ways visually, besides- sounding- an alarms eWhen tra. Jic Is to be hell up, the arm Is horizontal and a sis? read3 "Stop,": a .Ted' K.ht being. used- for night signals.'; Whcd.:tra.T.c i3 allow ed to go forward on .that side 'of th? street, the arm drops and another slen Is shown or; at nlrht. a gree:i yH rnty j 'p-nr Direct Service E:tv;::n ! FROM SAN'FnANCICCO: 8. S. Luriins ...V.,.;..riay. 5 S. S. Wilhelmlna ?. . . . ; . May 12 ' -8. S. Manca ,...'.,. ...May 13 SS. Mats'onla 7.iii'-Uiy 23 S. S. Luriine- .V. Juns Z S. S. Withslmina" .... ..June . 9 S. S HYADS sails fromart "; at V -Apr. 25. .: ',. ' ; S. S. HQNOLULAN calls from Ceattls fof - H:r:!.'j -p about. May, 5. , ..-"'i . '- - -CASTLE d COOXELTD.. OT'f "SYDNEY Cr I -v FOR SAN FRANCISCO: : - t 8. 8.: Sierra . . . . .. .;. . May 9 , S. Sm Ventura . ....... . M ay 15 , 8.; Si Sierra-.. iif.'Vlii June . 6 8.'. S. Sonoma , . .. , Juna 13 8. S. Sierra '. .... . . . July - 4 1 t . ;.if- to sydnzy, $i50.c:: ncuriD thip, Sailing Lists' and Folders on application to C. .DRIVEn I CO,, LT ii 'Generaf 7:-:r7- '"--Sailings from Honolulu or FOR THE ORIENT,. . Manchuria, via Manila.. May 4 , K Nile V;;:.V;i.v.May fl5' ts Mongolia Vi:V.V.IC.:.:.May 23 ;;- ;Persla;.'.t.yiVUl.Ju'ne 8. Sr Korea 4 ; .U ilJ..TJun 22 - 8.SV.;SibHa' ",Ta,ii' July 1 CMna via M anila out. ; 'a i,: .-: ;'ij'(l in V'i: .fJ V' ;'t; . J uly ; 1 0.,. vi .'OV.r A ". For';."fle'neraI h-: .Steamer or.tfie. above i Company rrVf; FOR-THEiORlEf ; 8. 8. Tenyo, Maru . .V. , , May 15 - 8. 8. Nippon Maru May 21 : 8. SJ Shlnyo.Maru .'...June 12 : 8. 8. Chlyo Maru..... . June 29; ' 8. 8. Tenyo.Maru ..."...".'July 27: . -. ia . -. ; -' v,'-: ffv .r,r;:x,V:.-:r- :. mmmmh.'' Calls at Manila; omitting'eall at Shanghai. V' - CASTLE & C00KE, LIMITED, Agents,i Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LifiE For gara, IncUail aad Sjiaey 8. 8. Niagara ..May 20 8. S. Marama. ; . .... ..June 17 8. ;8.'MakBra.:. ....July 15 :r ':'"":: ;"" THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY .-. From' New York to Honolulu every twelve days via; Straits of Magel- ' Ian next sailing May 11th. ' . - V' ''.-';;'' V'. ! ',' Freight received at all 'times at the- company's - wharf.,; :41st Streets South Brooklyn. ' ' -.:'-' 7-:.Y:.y: ' ; v'7 ':: '.- . i- tDnu etm t An taaua rnv.uniii if, m m - '. S. MEXICAN to sail about. ....V;l.i.;X.;v.,V.; . Ma S. S..V1RGINIAN to sail about. H Hackfeld & Co Lt4V Aaeots : WASHINGTON, May 1. A. ? ated Pre?s by, Federal Wiri O :: i Eleanor Wilson. daughter cf Tr 1 dent and. Mrs. 'Wood row Wi! on. will be marrled'to Secretary cf th Tr . ury William O.'McAdoo ca May 7. Th i ceremony will be . perform ?J i i ti. historic' blue.- room : of th ' ;. :.".: i House. - . . y 1 " o .- The loan exhibit to-be ho : -M i: 7 s Palace " of Fino Arts d :ri t t: : Panama-Pacific. Internatiou 1 i:t, ' tioa at San Franciico, in l r. l without exarrf ration, be th- cr t art ccilectioii" ever as-rav ' :. . exhibit. will inclnle many f masterpieces . which r.avrr I" : . been alloweJ to leave :th- .. i and . gallerioa of Euro vi y have beea'treasured. ' T'. 1 c aneous exhibits frcm th? v.; Ions cf Eurore'and the new v ; : : : comprise 'the very best wu the best modern rInt?rs. -Yapp'er V.'hy d: ;t th t a police aut for the ir.ar ' , And haye all Lhe dr.::' ; fittin free rides Et c- r r:c; much. I can't afford ca-- : ; V-ht. All this U dan- 1 y a f :r'a syrtc: i c f ii ccutrch; 1 by tha tr: ton by the policeman-i:i - the rtrr t. ' 7" "k" 1 rrzr.::':o . i. .a C. C, Lvrll: C. C, VVh'htlr-.tra S. S. Lurlin- Fr3n:i2:a fr H:.: V i 3 .7 'Li - FCn CYCN'ZY, fl. C. ' C. C. C;r :rr.a. .... v -1 .... - .r, a ' . A;:nt3. or aiout the fsiloWina 'Jats: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Pertla Korea t .'-- i ' . Siberia .... . . . , .;.' ...... J 8. S. China .. .. . . . , . . . . J a 8. 3. Manchuria t :. v. -. . J- 8. S. Nile July information; apply to JL. . . . Am V' ' - 1 " .-4 i ... .. . -"!T will calPat and leave Honolulu 8. 8 Hongkong Mam ,. May 1S J 8.' 8, Shlrtyo Maru. V... May CO '-.; S. 8,; Chlyo Maru . ,.,'.J una t - S. S. Tenyo Maru ,;,. ..July 7 8. S. Nippon Mara ....Juiy 14 a-- fo? Ylctoria ill .Taxtrrcf " . 8. 8. Mamma. , . ....... r.!ay .11 f.S. S. Makura .;;......:June 1i . 8. 8. -Niagara ;. . . . i .'July 14 - LTD., GENERAL AGENTS :? - May 3rd May 15th C P.' Mome. GenL FrpiKht Arent T ' . ' .i , , t !eir Rob. Barry, T. M. McKedna. 6p:;.ini"'.'4";'f.a-' -" '.- ev. qaotk - li'?'V.i'-:V-:'iI-.:'; ' ' . 'l ..' -- . ' -: i : - . .. ; : i -' ' '"' .- 'v'" .,i J ' 9 -- j---- r : t-'- f T4 . : t- -;..-..; ' ;-" - -"'-v..- . it :.V.-' sit, 9 - . 7 - ''-"":... rVi-r" !a:i::- ' Phent ' ;aO;;- I.