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I SSl'UKTS, CLASSIFIKI) AND SHIPPING lie who Relievos in nobody knows that he himseir is not to ha inistel.Montague. 'NEWS' SECTION SIXTEEN noyOLCLU STAR-BCLLETIX. SATT H OA Y v J A X U A HV 2, 1 91 5. PRICE IIVB ORNT 'ft &iwc !HJJU1JL UU1 NEEDED CHANGES IN PRIMARY LAW TO BE DISCUSSED Ran is Suggested to Chairman Andrews by William Thomp son in Form of Resolution chances !n the direct pri- t. mMorni l.r r he 1 T'i 7,. VtnHaiYnA rnuntcomJ j 1 sv u - i " w nilttecs, if the suggestion made today ; by .William Thompson is adopted, as it ptobably will be. Thompson today , handed to Chairman Andrews of the jiepublican territorial committee the following reeo'.uticn: ' Vbrcas, the platform adopted bjr th Republican territorial convention held In Htnolulu on July 13, 1914, con. "tains the folowiitg promise to tXio people re atlve to the present primary law:. . - . . "'We pledge our Republican members fn the coming leglsla ' turn to the enactment? cf such, amendments as may be suggested by the working cut of, the present primary law in the coming cam paign, and basing any . changes made cn the principle that -the 'will of the majority of the voters . . shall . be registered on the oues- : .. ticn of who are proper candidates . for cf flee.' '.': . "Whereas, Section 13 of Article IX of the party rules requires that 'all party measures In fulfilment of party pledges shall emanate from tbe, terri torial central .committee and In dis-j v charging Ita duties in this rtspect this committee Is now engaged In formu lating amendments to the primary . law; and :? . . . Whereas, the performance of thess duties requires that its members shall j : be familiar with all the Imperfections ' of the present Ibw as evidenced in the ' primary- election ' recently; held throughout the territory; and . ' "Whereas, it Is the belief of this committee that this Information can best be obtained through the medium of the several Republican coernty cooi mittees, throughout the Islands; now. therefore, be It V-5 t : " -.' ' . 'Resolved, thatthe secretary f . this committee be Instructed to trans- mit a copy cf this resolution to the several county committees With tbe request. that they, by such means ia muy c-onsiaer aavisaoie, . ootain tle consenfius of opinion' cf : their re sjective constltnents relative, to, the. .shortcomings of .the present primary, law and-the amendments that should be made to remedy these defects; and transmit a report thereon to this corn- mittee, together witk their own rec- ommendatioas, In order that Its work in Uifs connection may be Intelligently and effectively accomplished " . iw t s j lo-man Sayward, 18years-old, wps srrested at -iloston for operating a powerful wireless station without a license V ' , ' : n While sleepirg in ter home in New rrk, N. J; . acid, was poured on Miss Kose 'Felstler.' ' . It- fell on her half, , changing it from Jet black to bright rgj-- ' i ; - - - ' ' j Crown's an Immediate re lief for couf Ks, Koarseies5. throat troubles Affording 'reet relief la bronchi tin end asthma. - Dronchial Trcctcs, ". John L Broim k Son, Bocta, Uui, U.SJL IF YOU ARE GOING EAST OR TcO MIN G WEST, REMEMBER . T'fBSTnn'i.pcnrTQ, - . Routt - ;v . ;V " Offrt unusual facilities far a " Pleasant Journey.. f BED L. VVALDRON, LTD Aocntt ' Honolulu PR C I Q H T " . and --.!,. T I C K E T Alto Rettrvatlona any point on the mainland. : . A co; 7t 8. Kino StATM51S LAUNDRY Ucdcenger Bolya h Ehona 3J61 HOME INOUSTRY CIGAR CO. ; es So. King St. Patronize Home Industry u: The Soap that Does Thlnga. Ak Your Grocer; CLEARANCE SALE AT SACHS STORE The annual January clearance sale at Sachs' for 1315 will start Monday morning with the opening of the doers. Each year this sale ranks high in the estimation of those who are pleas ed to take advantage of opportunities to save money. For the past several days this store has been preparing for this event and now both floors are In readiness, em bodying offerings from every depart ment The January clearance sale has a characteristic that is rather different from some sales. At this 'season of the year it is very necessary to make as much room as possible for the daily arrivals of new goods that have been ; purchased for the new year. Copse juently in order to facilitate the ban 4 dling of them to the best advantage t the "January clearance tale" is the ! means by which this end is reached. The point is (bat the merchandise on sale at this time comprises the same t staples that are sold every day at reg ular prices, there being no "junk" of j fertd as U a great many ; times the , case. 1915 VILL SEE SAYS C.S. BESIIY Charles S. Desky, sales i agent for Mclnerny Park tract, ; feels that In con nection with the "Happy and Prosper 'ous New Year" spirit the real estate -market may well he taken; as a reli able criterion of business conditions in general'. -j- ,' : ':' -, Since Mclnerny Park was thrown oh the market, approximately two hun dred lots have been sold,. the majority haying been purchased by; those In tending to erect homes. This fact In itself Is every demonstrative of the fith that people hare In Honolulu, . "When a nian of moderate means buys a niece oi ground ana ftuuas home, it is a pretty sure sign that he is settled for a time at least, and that his every effort will be toward the general, good xt the city in which he resides,!: says Mr. Desky. ."Concerted activity along these lines is bound to work good for the community at large, for it is really the 'home-town'; men that form the firm foundation for any town. . : r-V . . ' In the same breath, Mr. Desky ex- presses It as his- Arm belief tbzl If business in eyery line, as well as his own, continues throughout? the new year as it has maintained itself the latteripart of this, the year 1915 will go down in the annals of business history without a peer. 1 m -r r The Jonnecticut Company is to pay lilC IOWH VI lurllk oirvv as ii o share of the expense of building the new Washington street bridge in that town. ' ' ; - . ill - : Drinkers of Fairmont, Va., are. eag erly awaiting the day when the con fiscated liquor .which- has been col lected will be poured irf theMonon- -gahela Tiver. -.- . OAHU RAILWAY TIFJIE TABLE , OUTWARD. , .'.j; For Walanae, Walalna, Kahnko. end way atatlon9:lS a. m 3:20 p. m For Pearl City. Ewe Mill and wa) UUona 1?:30" e, m- 9 :15 m. 11:30 a, m lilS p. 3:10 p. m. 6:15 p. 19:30 p, nu tll:15 p. m , For Wahlawa and Lellehua 10:2 a, m M AO p. m, 6:00 p. m ni:0 9- xa. : ' ' 'INWARD. .7;;;:':;: Arrlre Ronolola from Kahifci, Wai Cua and Walanae 8:SC a. m, S:t p. m. . . . Arrlre Honolulu from Swa MH1 ano Pearl City 17:45 a. hl,;8:SS a. m. 11:02 a. m n:40 p. nu M:XI p. m. 5:31 p. m 7:30 p. m. , ? Arrive Ilonolnln from Wahlawa and Leilehna 9'.:5 a. txl, fl:" m. 4:01 u nt, 7:10 p. m. r ; The Ralelwa Limited, a 'two-how train (only flrstcJass tickets honored; leaves Honoluln every Sunday at 8:31 a. m, for Haleiwa hotel; returning ar rivea In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tht Limited itopa only at Pearl City , and Walanae. Dally, t Except Santay. tf nnday only a P. DENI80N, ' P. C SMITH, Superlntendt nL - Q. P. A LO.paD&Son Igeneral , merchandise ... Fort and King 8ta v Y. TAKAKUWA & CO., Limited. "NAMCO" CRABS packed In Sanitary Cans,' wood lined. Kaaana Bt. near Kins St. STARTS MONDAY BU NESS DOOM CANiBl MM MAYOR i r-.!-. rw- , v-a ' vrt..;.. i tnnr,. . I CHICAGO, 11!.. Jan. 2. Carter H Harrison cnnot:nc.cc last night that he ; would again beXa candidate for re ' election as mayor of Chicago. He had I previously refrained frora stating his I candidacy, but said last night that he nan Leen WuiiinK' io ascertain nis wife's withes, and that ihe had given her permission for him to run. GIRLS! STOP WASHING THE HAIR WITH SOAP - oap drle jwur M-alp. causing daa. ... t'it t rr.. this next time. After vcSnt vour hair with soatJ1 -er &;Ing.!.y.? -"i.-rJ: . rilK always apply a little Danderine to the scalp to invigorate the hair and pre vent dryness. Better still, use soap as sparingly an possible, and instead h.ave a "Danderine Hair Cleanse. J" moisten a cloth with Danderine, and Iraw it carefully through your hair, taking one strand at a time. This will remove dust, dirt and excessive oil. ln h few moments you will be amazed, your balr will not only be clean, but it will be wavy, fluffy and abundant, and possess an incomparable softness and lustre. f the e halr.Voue application of Danderine5 ssolves eery Vticle orda dissol Stimulates the scalp, stopping itching and falling hair.- Danderine is to the lair .what fresh showers of rain and umshine are to vegetation. 2t goes right to the roots, Invigorates and Its ertailaiMtin atrengthens them, and life-producing the hair to grow iI-S .J?5. .yu6, .uS win " v Men: Ladies : jou can surely nave , tots of charming hair. Get a 25-cent! beautiful. bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from iny drug store or toilet counter and ry it. advertisement - (Associated Press by Fed. Wireless J 1 WASHINGTON, D.-Ci Jan. 2. Pre sident Wilson yesterday addressed let' ters "to Representative Underwood, chairman of the committee on ways krTX wZ - Vr I! t f iSSItJS mp SSJS on Interstate commerce, urging the prompt enactment or . It is of the highest .consequence His L u?i iW M"-A- E.:Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. and the life saving services that this .. rhner Mr nnrt Mn Jame A WH shouw pas.. dlared the: gSiS'lSl WHhTi YOU'RE BILIOUS AND r C0STIVE! CASCARETS Sick Head tbe. Bad Breath. Stomach mean Liter and Bowels 1 Clogged Oean np tonight Get a 10-cent box now. "r n s et,. a hi 1 gestlon. Sallow -Skin and Miserable f Headaches come from a torpid liver . und?ownt ments like garbageoin a swill barrel. . N Eve p-rtv That's the flrst step to nntold mis- o of Se informal' New Year's ery indigestion, foul gases, bad eve parties was that at which Mrs. breath, yellow skin, mental fears, will Wavne and Mrs. William C. Whi everythlng that Is horrible and nause-Jtener wlfe of Llent whitener. enter- aung. A t,aacaret tonight wur gi your const! patea ooweis a tnorougn cleansing and straighten you out by morning.,, They work while you sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist will keep yon feeling good for months. Millions of .men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their decorations and an attrictive arrange stomach, liver and bowels regulated,! ment of these blossoms ornamented and never know a miserable moment. the table, where a delicious supper Don't forget the children their little insldes need a good, gentle cleansing, tiio. advertisement. ROCKHILL INTERMENT IN NATIONAL CEMETERY Associated Press by Fed. Wireless WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 2. The funeral services at the interment of the ashes of the late W. W. Rockhill. the famous American- diplomat," will be lield here today. The government will be represented by Third Assistant Secretary of State Phipps. Interment will take place In the national ceme tery at Arlington: , ; ; TXSSE1S TO DEP1BT 1. Saturday, Jan. 2. Japan ports and Hongkong Nippon Mam, Japanese stmr. - w Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, stf I Pt m. Sunday, Jan. 3. San Francisco Ventura, O. S. S., 9 a. m. Monday, Jan. 2. Kauai ports Likelike. str., 5 p. m. Maui ports-Claudine, str., 5 p. m. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., 5 p. m. 1 . Cards at the Courtland. A delightful affair of this week was the bridge tea at which Mrs. Daniel N. Swan, wife of Lieut. Swan, was hestess at the Hotel Courtland on .Tuesday afternoon. The lanai where Ifha Al'oVtt AAfl1 iKtAM 0AMAt the eight card tables -ore arranged ' was Prettily decorated with vari-color M, flit (Inwr. r0Hnv0,l with potted palms and ferns. After an afternoon devoted to cards dainty prizes were awarded the guests making the highest scores. Mrs. Frank Applin w-on . the first prize and was given a dcren after-dinner cups and saucers of Canton china. For the sec ond prize Mrs. Edward J. Q'Hara re ceived a dainty sandal wood fan. A hand-emroKred bag was the trophy for the third score and was given to Mrf- B Brv- a,nJ the eonelatloi. ia brars candle stick, was given to M"-4Cofnn- ft , , , Late in the aftrrncon Mrs. L. L. Wilton, Mrs. Frank Ixwry. Mis. Ar thur G. Smith, Mbs Harriet Hatch I Ami T, t, fl.l nll.,l o uuu 1 " "W,,,L v,"'u"5 vanM Other guests were Mrs. E. J. O'Hara, Miss Delia Holmes. Mrs. H. H. Zor nig, Mrs. Frank Coe, Mrs. Mather, Mrs. C. R. Baxter, Mrs. J. P. Edgerly, Mrs. Otto B. Rosenbaum. Mrs, Wil liam H. Carter, Mrs. J. D. Reardan, Mrs. Charles Brr-mwell. Mrs. C. E. Smith, Mrs. A. L. Ede, Mrs. H. B. Berry, Mrs. Paul Bates. Mrs. T. W. Scanlon, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. P. J. Wil lett. Mrs: William C. Whitener, Mrs. S. D. Barnes. Mrs. lames Brown, Mrs. Harold Nichols, Mrs. Frank Applin, ., . i . rj . T-. i t . ..rvou ..A r-m,na Miss Barrie Gamble, : . General Carter Receives. It has long been the custom in the United States army for the general every r.P08t to receive Jhe Day. Yesterday General Carter, com- fnandlna officer in the denartment of Hawaii:, received the officers of Fort - , - Ci,.h. n n.sv SSerV bftS: J0lJ5!u?"!ly' Fort Armstrong. Fort Kamehameha and the Naval Station during the aft ernoon. This was one of the most not able of the week's affairs and was ptrktlv a military' function, no civi lians having been Invited. Many of the ' officers 'were accom panied by their, wives, and the dress uniforms of the officers and pretty frocks of the ladles were very attrac tive. ; There w'ere, perhaps two hun dred callers during the afternoon, for all the effficers jvho .were not on duty paid their respects to their general. The home' of; General. and Mrs. Car ter was prettily decorated for the -occasion: with ferns and flowers. Judge and Mrs:' El M. Watson's Eggnog Party; - Judge and Mrs. E. M. Watson chnse a novel form of entertainment yester day when they ftjvited several of their friends In, for an eeenog from four to six o'clock. , The WTatson home was transformed into a tower of greens , vi .ni,. kmqV . t,Kvii -i.n Mr laer, ana. dcsbio aduui jiunmuui and Mrs. M. F. Prosser, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Richardson, Miss Jessie Ken nedy. Dr. and Mrs. Clifford B. High, Miss Marie Balle'ntyrie, Miss Irma Bal- fc.-i'lentyne. Mf,.and;Mrs. W. F. Frear. jur, auu iur-. buwtru icn.unw . an Mrs. Arthur Hodgins, Mrs. William H. Helserman.sCaptaln and Mrs. William R. j)avis. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Marx. Hi . ana MT9 mranK i nompson, ur. nu Mrs. H.- V. Murray. Miss Thelma Mur- v"VA ff, r v. Jl-.r ; m wt taine Eari jn the evening the party motored to the armory to the govern or's reception, returning to Mrs. Wayne's' home in Waikikl later in the evening to watch the old year out and the new year in. Carnations and roses were combined effectively in the was served at midnight. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blair, Mrs. J. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Lelan Pomeroy, Dr. Schifferdecker. Lieut, and Mrc. William C. Whitener and Mr. and Mrs. Will Wayne. Society Personals : So many of the army ladies, who, because of the orders of the army de ' partment, have to live at Schofield Barracks bewail the fact, but this is i not so with Mrs. Jerome Pillow, wife oi juieut. ruiow. Airs, rjnow on ner occasional trips to town says that she Is delighted with the out-of-town post. . After spending several years on the mainland, Miss Vera Damon Is return- week. After graduating from Puna- Ihou academy Miss Vera went east to school and has remained there most of the time since. When leaving the academy she was accorded the high l est honor in the school whejrvshe was given the trustees' loving cnpOandiad her name Inscribed on the bronze roll of honor. v Members of the younger set w ill be LITERACY TEST Associated Press by Fed. Wireless WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 2 The paramount issue before congress is tae immigration bill now pending action in the senate. It is generally understood in administration circles that if the literacy test to which the president has made known his objec tions, is included in the bill when it is passed, the president wilt veto the measure. JAPANESE! LOOK AFTER THE Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 2. Japanese Interpreter Haworth, now at Angel Island, has been appointed to succeed Thomas Walker as secretary of the Japanese Association of Amer ica. His principal duties will be to see that Japanese picture brides ar riving in this country reach the pro spective husbands for whom they are designated. TWO HONOLULU BOYS ON CORNELL CLUB TOUR Two Honolulu boys are with the Cornell TTriiversitv Glee Club on its annual tour of the mainland, which ended yesterday in New York. They are R. Alexander . Anderson, a gradu ate of Punahou, nd Lester Marks of McKinley; high school. The tour was the longest ever made ,by the club, reaching from New ork state to Denver, Colo. Anderson was honored by bein? the only junior on the trip, only seniors being allowed to g6 as a rule. AR6ENTINE REVOLTS, AND PRESIDENT IS PRISONER Associated Press by Fed. Wireless BUENOS AYRES, Argentine, Jan. 2. Jt i3 reported here that a revolution has broken out in Paraguay and that President Eduardo Schaerer is a pris oner in the hands of the revolution ists. No details have been received. deliglTted to hear that Alvln Keech will arrive in Honolulu on Tuesday to make a short visit in the islands. 'Mr, Keech attended Punahou- when in Ho nolulu but he has been on the main land for a number of years. Recently Alvin Keech and his brother Kelvin haVe opened an ukelele and Hawaiian music store in San Francisco and they are doing much towards Introducing the Hawaiian melodies at the society functions there, v MAUI SOCIETY NOTES rSpecial Star-Bulletin Conmxjn.leneet WAILUKU, Jan. 1. Their twenty fifth wedding anniversary was prop erly celebrated last Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. T. Burlem at their Wailuku home. A very pleasant luau was enjoyed by some 50 of their guests, and the affair was most "de lightful After the lu'au many of the party went directly to the Orpheum to see "The Perils of Pauline," which is iunning here and attracting jarga j houses. I V v . -- . I On Christmas evening Messrs. Col lins and Watson, who are. keeping house in the cottage formerly occupied by W. J. Cooper, invited a few friends in for a Christmas dinner. Covers t were laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. Leslie West, Mr. and "Mrs. H. H. Taylor and j Miss Alona VYhisler.' ) Most attractive decorations made tne taoie iesiive in appearance. j : Last Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. Leslie West entertained - a number of their friends at a delicious turkey dinner. Plates were laid for Mr, and Mrs. V. A. Vetlesen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peacock, Miss Alona Whisler, Mr. T. Desmond Collins and the hestess and host On Monday afternoon last week the piano pupils of Mrs. J. Charles VII liers gave a very pleasing recital at the rectory. Parents of the young people w ere Invited to be present. Af ter the recital ice cream and cake were served. The recital was a s most pleasant affair. i j Mrs. Capt D. B. Penhallow, who has -been absent some five or six months on the coast, returned on the last. Lur line to MauL She Id .in fine health and says the visit was most enjoyable. She is residing with her son. Manager Harry B. Penhallow. Mrs. Annie B. Howell, who spent a few days""week before last in Hono lulu, returned In time for Christmas eve celebrations at the home of her son, Hugh Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Baldwin are spending a short time at Kulamanu, which estate Mr. Baldwin recently purchased from J. P. Cooke of Honolulu. PICTURE DRIDES CADILLAC PRODUCTION UREASES; EQUIPMENT WORKS AT TOP SPEED Production is rapidly increasing at the Cadillac Motor Car Company plant, according to General Manager W. C. LHind. "When we had devel oped the eight cylinder, engtne up to a point where we felt absolutely sure of our grrund and staking cur reputa ticn on it," said Mr. Leland. "the mcst gigantic part cf the task waa still before us. "Notwithstanding our equipment, amcuntlng in value to more than five millicns of dollars, it was Quite inad equate for the production cf the new car. '' ' Practically everj- single part of the new car cailed for new machinery, new fixtures and new tools for it making. "Of ccurse, much of the former equipment could be utilized by re-designing and re-building, yet the new SCIENCE SOCTeTYWANTS PROMINENT MEN'S BRAINS (Associated Press by Fed. WireIes.J PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. 2. The American Association for the Ad vancement of Science will endeavor to induce men who are prominent in science, business and politics to con sent to have their brains examined after death in the interests of science. Three members of the association an nounce that they contemplate giving their consent to this Drocedure in their own cases, j The body of RoseW Busiok of Buf falo. NVY.. stewardess on the steamer Curtis, lost recently during-a storm, was found on the shore near White fish Point. Minn. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO THE EXPOS,TION LINE" FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 8onoma s ..'.Jan. 23 Sierra ... .... . . ... ...... Jan. 18 Sierra . . . : .......... . Feb. 13 Ventura ............. ..Feb 23 Sierra . . . . . .. .... . . . . March 13 MAKE YOUR 1915 RESERVATIONS EARLY. $110.00 ROUND TRIP. - C. BREWER 4 COMPANY, LTO, Matson Navig Direct Service Between San Francisco and HonoIuSj . FROM IAN FRANCISCO: S. S. Matsonia .........Jan. 5 , S. S. Lurline ..Jan. 2 S. S. Wilhelmina Jan. 19 S. Sw Manoa ...........Jan. 26 CASTLE & C00KE. LTD., PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. aldnys from Honolulu on or about the following datea: FOR THE ORIENT: S. S. Mongolia ..........Jan. 15 S. S. Persia via Manila, fn and out Jan. 30 S. S. Korea via Manila.. Feb. 5 '-.'. Fee f anera! Information apply H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. TOYO KISEN KAISHA Staamera of the above Company will sail at and leave Ht4ala a er about the datee' mentioned below: . FOR THE ORIENT. 8. S. Nippon Mam .... Jan. 2 8. S. Shlnyo Maru ....Jan. 22 8. 8. Chiyo Maru Feb. 19 S. S. Tenyo Maru .Mar. 6 CASTLE & C00KE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Subject to change without notice. For Victoria and Vancouver. For Suva, Auckland and Sydney Makura ...........Jan. 8 i Niagara ...............Jan. 27 Niagara Feb. 5 1 Makura.. Jan. 27 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN 8. 8. CO THE PANAMA CANAL. LINE A STEAMER will be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, via Pacific coast ports every TEN DAYS. Approximate time in trnilt FORTY-THREE DAYS. SEATTLE and TACOMA to HONOLULU S. S. COLUMBIAN, to sail about January 8, and Sailing EVERY TEH DAYS thereafter; For particulars as to rates, etc., apply to . C P. MORSE, H. HACKFELD A CO LTD. General Freight Agent. .) Agenta.. ; equipment has involved an investment of more than a half million dollars. "When it is considered that after we fin-ally decided to bring out the eight-cylinder car. It was then neces sary to design, manufacture, install and get Into working order hundreds cf new automatic machines, together with literally thousands of special Jigs, fixtures, tools, limit gauges, etc.. the task was not a small one. "We now have many parts ready ta assemble for mere. than rrtoo car. There were a few parts which, while they have been coming through In fair quantities, were not enough to make maximum production possible. But all new machinery Is now here and in stalled. About 5300 men , are em ployed. Some departments are work ing with a day and night shift and we are looking forward to a full produc tion schedule in a short time." iTAFT'S AUNT DELIA j EMULATES CARNEGIE Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. MILLBURY. Connecticut Jan. 2. Miss Delia Torrey, aunt of Former President Taff, has presented this town with' a public library and a park site, the gift being announced yester day and formally accepted bythe town council S. P. RAILWAY SHOPS WILL WORK FULL TIME Associated Preas h Fed. Wireless.! SAN FRANCISCO. CaL. Jan. 27 The Southern Pacific railway shops at Sparks and Bakerafield will resume work with their full force' on Monday. ... . FOR 8YDNEY, N. S. W. Ventura Sonoma Ventura Sonoma .........;..Jan. 25 Feb. 22 .....March 22 Apr. 19 Qtneral Agtnta I FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: S. S. Manoa ............Jan. 5 i S. Matsonia... .......Jan. 1J I S. S. Lurline.......... ..Jan. 19 S. S. Wilhelminaf... -..Jan ' 27 General Agents. Honolulu FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: 8. 8. Persia ...... .. . . ...Jan. 8. 8. Korea . ......... ..Jan. 12 8. S; Siberia Jan; 19 5. S. China ...... Feb ;2 Agents FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 8. 8. Chiyo Maru.....;. Jan.' 2i 8. S. Tenyo Maru ......Feb. 1- S. S. Nippon Maru .... Feb. 23 S. S. Shinyo Maru Marl 16 Company 4 ; .1- 5 r i - v. . "Sir:. f'.