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HONOLULU STAllBULtEtlN, TIHrRSDAV, JHLY 30, 19141 r- He Made an Unsuccessful Fight For Peace I Er XT 2L ri Forecasts German Mobilization ' ' Associated Tress service by Federal Wireless. J BERLIN, July 30. It was report :d last night, from sources of inform ation close to the Austrian embassy here, that the order for the general mo- bllizaticn of the German troops 'will be issued early this morning and that '- the ; German foreign office 8 has abandoned all hopes of. peace.. France Takes Every Precaution f PARIS, France, July 30. France a taking every military precaution, sa ving actual mobilization of her troops, in the guarding of all hef important railroad etatiens and terminals, her sAitcheo and her signal boxes. It is the Intention of the republic to be prepared 'fir immediate action v juctas soosj as a beligerent move is mid- by any of the powers that' are known to be opposed to this country. 1 ' . V ' i: : ' : Excitement reigns in this city, th 5 native 1 tmperament of the French people easily coming to the surface and giving evidence of the possibility . of an outbreak in the form of riots su;h as have not been Vnflwn here, since thee days of the Commue. ,; . ; Remaining at the port from an early hour In the morning -until-5 o'clock in the afternoon, the Pacific Mail liner Persia from China and Japan ports is now predicted by wireless to bo come a Sunday visitor at Honolulu. The Persia has come into touch w ith the 'wireless telegraph plants on the Island of Oahu, the information being received this morning at the agency of II. Hackfeld & Company that 'the Persia was bringing 500 torn of Oriental cargo for discharge at th port The vessel is in need of tW tons of fuel, which will be placed or. board during the stay at pier. 7. The next mail for dispatch to th mainland will . be forwarded in the 1'erEia sailing on Sunday evening. The vessel Is reported to carry r total' of 38 cabin, 19 .second class ano 1G2 Asiatic steerage passengers. f 'atson' Steamer Movements, With the exception of the Matson Ftcamers Lurline and Hyades, thf f.ect of passenger and freight car ricrs are well along the Pacific coast cf the mainland, according to late ad vices received at the agency of Castle & Cooke. The Matsonia with more than 175 cabin passengers and a full cargo is en route to San Francisco The Lurline, now in port.is scheduled for departure to Kahului and HNo to day. The Wilhelmina is steaming from the coast to the islands. and due al the port on next Tuesday. The Ma noa is reported at San Francisco. The II jades has been discharged of much freight at Honolulu and is expected io i team, for island ports this evening. This vessel will carry a full shipment cf Euar to San, Francisco. The HIU i :n is steaming from San Franciscc to Seattle, there to complete cargo !:r the islands. The Enterprise with nore than 3000 tons of sugar Is re ported to have arrived atthe coast :. jRaT ' 'rl .' Wilhelmina Now Nearlng Port - Departing from San Francisco with Ml 9 tons freight for discharge at Ho r lulu and 255 tons supplies for Hllo: the Matson steamer Wilhelmina is re ; rted as nearing the port and due i arrive at a berth at Pier 15 early t Tuesday morning. Until the vea- ! fets into touch with the local clcss plants, the number of cabin I eteerage passengers will not be ;le known. The Wilhelmina was ven a large mail for the islands. C .rlcter Penalty for Stowaways. I'cr the purpose of protecting the fcIs from stowaways, the Seattle tonrs ofHcials are reported to have ;(c3 new regulations regarding : e steamqrs.- Passengers and n.htrs of thfe crew must remain on ship once jhey have gone aboard; ;i the crew must be checked off and k hoard ship two hours before the -irturp nf the VPSSeL" ' 0 ' Cramer Helene to Enter Dock. I M o. rl r i rcneral overhauling, : the InterP ' Ir.r.d stenmer Helen, which fo -.0 months past, has been engage . a freight service between Honck r:J Kauai and Hawaii ports," wl . r tLTT dry dock. The vessel wi cut of commission for about I n 1 HI ril Vessels Chartered for'Grain. Le r ?enting over 91,000 tons n r 41 vessels are now. under charter to load at Portland, Ore, ; -catest amount of tonnage ever r engagement for the port for one ;'e grain. . . ;..h :" h; ' , : c tirely new language, which is cnt a" mystery, Vas .also dis S by archeologistsln .London-i : f !- ir.:ci ' Itons. f"; '" - . en r.IAIL FOR COAST SltlPPER SPEAKS TO LEAVE POUT UPON HAWAII SWAY II r-1 tn i iii - i ' l I 1 ! ii i w w m m m J w ,.m, , J 7 I c- - v . i- Captain George Lapraik will not be found at his accustomed post of duty when the Pacific Mail liner Nile steams to a berth at Honolulu harbor tomorrow- evening. ' Captain Lapraik has been granted a - 60-day leave of absence and today it Is reported that the popular commander will combine business with pleasure. In that he will deliver a series of interesting and in structive lectures or travelogues on he countries that have come under Us observation during the' score or cnore years that he has been' voyaging the Pacific. h . The Hawaii : Promotion Committee recently forwarded a . collection ' of colored and plain photographic slides ,o Captain Lapraik,' These have fjeen used in talks given on board the Nile while the vessel was steaming from Iho Orient to the islands. The pas sengers who elect to use the Nile in traveling the Pacific have been loud ."n their praise of the lecture service inaugurated by ' Captain, Lapraik. mong the addresses two have been prepared that have to do: with Hawaii and its many points of interest' It bas been stated that several touring parties visiting Japan navel been ' in duced to lay over at Honolulu through the able presentation of the attractions of the islands by the orator-navigator. Captain Lockett is bringing the; Nile to Honolulu. ; TODAY'S r,2AJ0R LEAGUE RESULTS AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit Detroit 3, Washington 2. At St Louis Philadelphia 4, St Louia 1. - At Cleveland New York 3, : Cleve :and 2?;New York, 8, Cleveland S. , NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Boston Boston 2, St Louis 1. At New York Cincinnati '2; New York 0. v:; , ' . , At s Philadelphia Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3; Chicagd 5, Philadelphia 1. At Brooklyn Pittsburg Jt . Brook, lyn 2. . . hW They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' " ';' ':,:- . vv. L. Pet New York J50 34 95 Chicago . 52 40 .563 St Loula .......... 51 43 .543 Boston 43 45 i489 Cincinnati . 41 43 .451 Philadelphia .... . . . . . . . 40 48 .455 PUUburg . V . .... . . 38 47 .447 Brooklyn . ............ 37 47 .440 (Iff been pointed out today as instruct '1" ""t"""'1" OUb" "Granted that natioiiil guard . -. . rice is the duty of every clUsen," cargo brousht by the steamer a regular' officer this morning, Widine from, Maui ports has been would be raterestmg to find out h?arged and, that .vesser has been many members of the chamber, de ready to steam f6r.Kahuhu at commerce are members of the guan? tomorrow evening, -The 1st Infantry; N. G. H4 less Cot , ,v ' O ' ' - ; v nn I. mirrhMi fmm HUl frt1njrbaBt. -only,--the schooner Honolulu r"""" -TPHP" ly 397 DRUUGIST - K The Hollister Drug Co. reports tomers fiiuj pjeasea wiin me, QUICK action i of simple buckthorn eark. glycerine, etc.; ad mixed In Ad-leri-ka. This" simple remedy drains the old foul matter from the bowels so THOROUGHLY that NIT SPOON FUL relieves ' almost ' ANY ' CASE of ccastipatlon, souf .or' gassy stomach. It is so powerf al that it- is ' used suc cessfulry in appendicitis. - Adler-J-ka never gripes and the INSTANT action is surprising. 1 The Hollister Drug; Co. advertisement - . : v .. h-: "'Aur::onrii to v;;:::.: it r:;rcor:cEnri: r - cf f::: rvi-rs of-the' r.:y z.i Ccunty cf IJ - ' will hold a r -i; in the r-. h!y tall, ?- : ' ' ' . c-r: r c : Tort and " r 1 '-; , I.': a, j t 7:i: .t o'clock i ,T. ; . A;:; . t i, 13H, at c ;::s 1'; ; n r. hi ho v. i'5 invh ' r. 3 tr why c :c.:h ;..?:;.). rs, : .::.' Cr.::..;-.r.oe, . J"-.' Cl.rk. j . Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey, secretary of state for foreist affairs for Mie' French, Italian and German ambassadors to a conference to consider situation proved, unsuccessful.': . ' ' :'..;r",.i;'h: h- ;h' HARBOR NOTES ': The arrival ; ot the schooner Daunt less : from Honolulu is reported at Grays Harbor,, , ' The. Pacific Mail, steamer! Persia scheduled to sail for San Francisco about 5 o'clock Sunday . evening will carry the next, mall to the coast Mail from the mainland amounting to 3S0 sacks is. due at the port from San Francisco with the arrival of the Pacific Mail .steamer Nile tomor row evening. ' " " ' ' v.--.'- !' Lumber destined for Kahului is on the way to the islands from Grays Harbor in the schooner A. F. Coates. The vessel sailed from the Washington port yesterday. ' - h ! To sail for Kauai ports at 5 o'clock this evening tho, Inter-Island' steamer W; G. Hall has' been suppli'id with the usual assortment of freight for gar den island plantations. ? ' V The Matson freighter Hyades is predicted will' remain in the islands Ijor about 10 dys' before steaming om Hilo for,S.m Francisco direct - faffltrLewols was dispatched v for afteVnVTW3 vrssel has been dis- The Japane? steamer iTokat Maru cus-fnow completiifAtbe discharge of '450ft tons or jaoan pn. nas neen cnwriereci to- proceed to Makntea Island, there to load lUiosphateV for Kobe or Yoko hama. '-'h5''; '..'i: ;i ''-.-' '' i ' .;.:! !':': Railing frrmi Hiln ;m .TiinR '2S i wlttt more than soon tons of susar, the 1 American-Hawaiian freighter Georgian is reported to have called t Puen ta Arenas , on the "Atlantic end of Ma gellan straits rm July 27.- The vessel has eargo destined, for "New York. :' Returning from Mid wav Island, the Commercial Pacific cable ; schooner Flaurenc Ward 1 is dw at' tho port from Midway Island dailv. The ves sel has been discharged of a quantity of sunolies for the colony cf . ofners. operators 'and laborers stationed on Midway Island. V '"r ;::.-j.;frl, I"- . ';'. .-: Should the' Pad fie Mail liner reach the - port front Sn Francisco at 5 o'clock. Fridav afternoon; it is the intention of HI Hackfeld & Company to dispatch the vessel for "Japan and China the following morning. ' The Nilft will be, given about' 400 tons of coal while here.' ..-'' ' r: . Included in a varied car?o of pro- d-jcts'from the, island of 'Maui that were received tn this city with . the ... .Tfc ... v3 ,h ' S arrival - of " the nter-Island Steamer Claudine were cratc krf spuds, 75 crates "Of corn; 9iT sacks of taro, 87 sacks ol empty bottles, 54 head of hogs, 5 crates of chickens, one auto and .128 packages' of sundries. The vessel is reported to have met with strong northeast winds and heavy seas. It will be a part of the mission of Collector of Customs M. A. Franklin while at Washington to take steps toward a change In the uniform at present worn by federal customs in spectors ' at Honolulu 'and other ports in the district of Hawaii.' For years there' has been - a1 contention raised for lighter texture and more in keep ing: 'with the climate. Petitions for warded to Washington have been pigeonholed. Collector Franklin hopes to bring about a much needed reform. ' ' v -. PASSEXGEKS booker Per str. Claudine for Maui ports. July 3t: Mrs. W. E. Foster, Miss F. Abbey, "J;: M. Whitneck, Miss D." Per reira, A. C. Perreira, Miss B. P.yrd. Miss Hayw&rd, W'mJ Bellinger, R. J, Coddinstoh', Miss Ethel Hsrvey; Mrs. F. EL Hiarvey, Mary Silva. Frank Silva. Per'Mauna Kea. for Hilo ind way ports,' August 1: Mrs. Stone and child. F. Stahge-, M'- Ai Ntcoir, Miss D. Put nami'Mtes FhHoogs; Mrs: F. L. HoOgs, Miss CohnMrs. H. Cohn, Mrs." S. S. PeClc.- Philip Peck; Jack Peck, Mrs U F. Martin, Stanley Waldron. Redvers Waldron. Miss' Ti . K. ,Murphy, W. J. Forbes, Daniel Naohe, Phillip Naone,' II. J. Webber. : Per; str. Claudine J or Maul ports, August 3: Miss Esther Kopke, George R. Carter, J. A. Medeiros. Per 8tr M.'N.'S.tS; Lurline for San Francisco, August 4. L. R. Wilson, A. Hearing.- Rh Codcnt. H. H. Zornig. Mr. Blum, Miss Mansfield,' Mrs.' M'.. Jeff era, Mrs. Ramsden.h Miss Dora Lydgate, Miss Florence Fi Ballou, J. A: Buchan an. ! S. Bedell, . J. M Lydgate, J. Ml Lydcate. Jr;, L.-J. Borcell, F. Trant E. I..- Wilson. Miss A. Allen. Miss M. Allen, E. W.' Green, C. J. Ilunn and wife, Miss . Mary. Connelly, Mrs. ('. A. DeCew,' Capt. and Mrs. Lister and child, Miss A.: Wilkin, Miss C. E. Wil- kin. Uss I. Smith, Mrs. M. E. Smith, Mrs. J. A. McLennan. Mrs. NT. v.. Wolfe. . , ' Per str. Maura Loa for Kona and Kau ports,-August 4: Mr. and Mrs. J. It Pirls, Miss E. M. Stevens, Miss E. McLeodv Mrs.4 T. Hustace and three children. Miss C. Muller, C. M. Cooke, Miss ilana Akana Miss Hoogs, Mrs. Love, George Apela,' Miss Eva S. Board man. Miss L. K, Auld. Per str. Kinau for Kauai ports, Aug. 4: Mr.- and Mrs'. Leo Goldman. A. Lewis, Jr., J. Oswald Lutted.' Miss R. B. Goldman, W. H. Rice, Miss E. Wich man, George Fuller, Mrs. J. B. Mil!er. Per str. Mikahala for Maui, Molokal and Lanal ports, August 4: " J. I. Mc Veigh, Mr. and Mrs. H. McCorriston, Dora McCorriston, Gertie McCorriston. Per str. Mauna Ke" for Hilo and way ports, August 5: Mrs. E. H. Boyd and infant, Mrs. J. A. Campbell, Miss 1. Campbell. 'Miss Sheldon Jackson. Miss Lesley Jackson. ; ,i An economical woman tries to make her waist- as small as possible. - v i i J -- Sr. .- . " V -i Great Britain, whose invitation to mediation of the Austrian-Servian .x PISSEJfGKRS AKRITED Per str. Claudine from Maui ports Rev. M. Tusaka, J. Garcia, H. A. Ageo, E. Kishida, Miss M. Hauikl, T. M. Church, Miss J. Kruger, . H. D. Sloggett, Dr. Carroll, Miss R. Morgan, S. F. Osborne, Y: Amoy, Jno. Freltas, T. Oda, F. O. Boyer, St C. Sayres, M rs. A. F. Longley, Av F. Longley, L. Y. Aiona, -P. S. -arman, Mrs. laugher, Mrs. Ah Yet, P. Ewtng, M. Todd, S. J. Nell, Miss J. Gulich and Mrs. Scott. '-' ':' Zampa Will not Go in Dock. It has been determined today that the schooner Zampa will not be re- quired to enter the drydock . for the purpose of effecting renalrs. The purpose of effecting repairs. The open seams through which much wa- tpr has. fniiTlrt .Ifa wav uora f-nnT ' above the waterline when 360 tons of . " " "J w . O ...AVUMW cargo had been removed. ; The ship ment of phosphates may be sold to local fertilizer companies. The re caulking of the vessel is now in prog ress under tne direction of Superin- tendent Alex Lyle of the Inter-Island It is believed that the work will be completed in" about 10 days. Captain Janscn has been ordered to proceed to ban Francisco in ballast. '', - ' . m v-:-. To Seek Laborers for Fanning. ' Its mission being to visit the Gil bert Islands for the purpose of secur ing laborers for the copra and phos phate estates cn Fanning and Wash ington islands, the British steamer Kestrel is today being supplied with ccal and provisions preparatory to an extended cruise in the 'south seas.:l The vessel is expected to sail for the island plantations belonging to the Armstrongs in about one week. Mamma--'Tton't you know that King Solomon said 'Spare the rod and spoil the child'?" - Little Leo "Yes; but he never said it until after he got so old his mother couidn t lick him." .' .1 Probably the most difficult tbia in. the world to learn is to know thyself. 1 Everj' little helps especially 'little kicks when you re going down hill, Attention! National Guardsmen I Photos of Red Hill camn now nn s;ale at THE KODAGRAPH SHOP, CORNER HOTEL & UNION STS. advertisement KING STREET AUTO STAND (Mahuka Site) TELEPHONE NUMBER 4700 Chauffeurs: Henry T. Hughes Sam McMillan Billy Aylett M. E. MUlea Antonio Rodrigues Manny Holt (Former Young Stand Chauffeurs) Careful Operators Best Machines J as. H. Lovt. CITY TRANSFER CO. Comparative Strength oft . Rival Factions in Europe THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE. . On the Land.. . Germany Peace ; strength, 870.O0O; reserves, 4,430.000; total war strength 5,200,000; available for duty, unor- ganized, 1.000.000. Austria-Hungary Peace strength. 390.000; reserves. 1,610.000;. total strength. 2.000.000; available for duty, .wv.wv; aviujaoic ior uuxy. unorSc unorganized, 3.000,000. ; ited, 1.000.000 tK ... t 'i r. . 9-n nnn- Great Britain Peace strength. 2 4,- Italy-Peace strength. 2o0.000 re- m reserves. 7.056,500; total war ,rSrtn9o0,00,i MOUV yi fitre,u' strength, 730.000; available for duty. ganized, 1.20000. Grand toUls reacft strength. 2.264. Grand totals Peace strength, 1,510,. 050;,. reserves, 7.05G.500; total war 000; reserves. 6.990.000; total war strength, 10.230.000; avaUablo' for strength. 8,400.000: available for duty, duty, unorganized, 8,200.000. unorganized, 5,200,000. On the Water, r : ..:.'.. ; .. v ' On the Watar. ; v Great Britata Modern battleship. Germany-Modern battleships, 19: J9: cruiser battleships, 10; older bat, cruiser battleships. : 7; older baUie- JjLjjt $?r ships. 20: 1st class cruisers,. i 21 :9ririJJ-. clasa cruisers. 6; 3d clast cruisers, 39; yJIh V? destroyers, 141; torpedo boats. 47; VmJ?& submariues. 30: personnel, officers and officers, and men. I7,o00, with, .SOO men, 66.783. with 110,000 reserves. , h.io-MM - 17. . . France Modem '.battleships, 17: Austria-Hungary Modern battle- older batt,e,hIpSL, jS; m dasa cruls ships, 4; older battleships, 9; 1st claw Jg. 2d dags cralger8i 4; 3d claB9 cruisers, 3; dclass raisers, 3d cruiserB 9. gttoyers, 87: torpedo class cruisers. 7; destroyers, 18. tor-. bot m submarines. 90; personnel.; pedo boats. 53; submarines, lo; per- go.62l. sonnel, 17,581. h . Russia -Modern battleships. 9; Italy Modern battleships, 8; older crujaer battleships, 4; older battle battleships, 8; 1st class cruisers, 7: Rblns. 8; 1st class crulsers6; 2d class 2d clasa cruisers. 3;. 3d. class, cruisers, cruisers, 6: 3d class cruisers. 3; de-. 1 0 ; destroyers. 35 ; torpedo boats., 73 ; stroyers. 1 05 ; . torpedo boats: 23 ; sub submarines, 20 ; personnel, 33,095. marines. 48: personnel, 52.463. Grand totals Modern battleships. Grand ftotala-Modern battleships. 31; cruiser battleships. 7; older bat- 55; cruiser battleships. 14; older bat tleships, 37: 1st class cruisers, 19; 2d tleshlp.8, 61; lat clast cruisers. 66; ,2d class cruisers. 11; 3d class cruisers, "; class cruisers, 4 i: 3d class cruisers. 56: destroyers, 194; torpedo boats,. 45; destFoyers.; 419; torpedo boats, 1 173; submarines. 65; personnel, 117,- 254; submarines. 223; personnel. 250,-; 459. with 110.000 reserves. ; In the Air. ! . A AMn1ntAB '- ' till built or ordered. 375; dirigible baMfui't ordered. 180; dirigible bal-, . , A sFrance-Aeroplanes, as above. 550; Austria-Hungary Aeroplanes. as Ib) bajjoonn 30 , above. 220; dirigible balloons, 10. t Ruf,8aAjeroPiaaps; M above. 313; Italy Aeroplanes, as above, 270; . dirigible balloons, 15, dirigible balloons, 11. . ' Totals Aeroplanes, 1445; balloons, TotaisAeropIanes,S63. balloons. 6152.,, " OTHER COUNTRIES. I Servia Peace strength, 32,000; re- serves. 208,000: total war strength, ! gunboats. 9; destroyers. 8; torpedo 2.40,000; available for duty unorgan- boats,, 51; submarines, 7:, naval per ized, 60,000.- h . ' y sdnner. B,715 . . ' Greece Peace strength,. 25.000: re- Denmark-Peace strength. ; 14,000; serves. 125,000; toUl war strength-reserves. 55,000;. total war. strength. 150,000: available for. duty. .tinorgah-W; Vx??"? ire 200000 . 12,000; old battleship, 1 ; 2nd class v 'V11 '' monitor, 3; Greece has a small .".WJ a torpedo boa 16. submarines, 3; na year ago consisted of eight gunboats, o qoo. inrfe- rw",. uu.u. Criu?r' ! f i., " ttjo!.-- umucpui um v Belgium Peace strength, 42,000; reserves, 180.000; total war strength, 222,000; available for duty, imprgan-. ized, ; 400,000; aeroplanes, 150; bal- loons, 3. . T . . ! Norway Peace strength, 35,000; reserves, 80,000; total war strength, 115,000; available for duty, unor ga. ized, 100,000; 1st class cruisers, 1; 2nd class cruisers, 4; gunbots, 16; mo- nltors, 2; destroyers,. 3; torpedo boats. 26: submarines, 5; naval , per- sonnel, 1003.' , . . i . Sweden Peace reserves. 400.000: reserves, 400.000; total 'war str.engtn, 450,000; available for duty, uaorgan- CONGRESSMAN RETURNS PAY FOR DAYS ABSENT -WASHINGTON, D.. C Believing her had received something to which : he -was. not entitled, Represen tative - Withers poon of . Mississippi has turned ?ck Into the treawT department $82.20. That sum represented the amount of his salary for four days daring' which he was away from Washington 00 private business. ; The fact that Mr. Wltherspoon turned the money became- known, despite- hiu de sire to keep the affair a secret. Somewhere in the statute.' : books there is a law which says a member of Congress shall not draw pay for the days he is absent and not attending to om orrow -V, U . WiOT The MODEL; Doors swing open: for the Bi: ...jli mt 1 4X s Clothins: Sale Phone. 1241 THE. TRIPLE, ENTENTE. On the Land. ; , Russia Peace strength. lj0,000;h reserves, 3.300.000; total war strength. 5,500,000; available for 4uty, unor ganized. 5,200,000. France Peace strength. 1 20.00; r- "ev '-iv''v', Bira.o 584, with 2600 reserves. In the Air: lzedR 200,000; first class; cruiser, 1; Pu.Igaria Peac. strength. 60.600; reserves, 320,500; : total war strength. 380,000; available for duty, unorgan- jzej 100.OOO. 4 Roumania Peac strength,'! 95.000; reserves, 100,000 ; total war strength, 500.00O; available for duty, unorgan- Ized, 175.000. . . .. , - , . Notes British peace strength in- eludes regular forces at home, in the colon ie and 76,000 men, Ln IndU, and excluding the native. Indian, army of about .175,000: and reserves include the army reserves and territorial force or home volunteer militia. Great Britain baa. also 26,200 naval reserve ' uermany nas a navai reserve 01 110,00$ men. ' his public duties-, , The law however, has' been regarded as a dead letter. Not so with Mr." Wltherspoon; He surrendered his- four, days pay. . VESSELS TO AND FRQLLTHE 1SUND3 Special TTIrelesi U Kerchastf' -.' -N-:- ' Aerogram. S. 8. Persia arrives from Yokohama Sunday 6 a, m., and proceeds to San Ftancisco 5 p.. m., same dy. . - S. S. NHe-arrives from. San Fran eiaco Friday about.' -p, m. and pro ceeds to Yokohama Saturday morning . if 4.' ' .''"A - .i4t.r- ' V 11111 - if JRort. Street 1 : -r. , . , V '