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Man and Wife Acquitted.
The charge of felony embezzlement epalnst August Sans and his wife. Marie. was dismissed by Police Judge Gabaniss yesterday after hearing the evidence^ of ( erlos Oliverdi, the complaining witness, pnC Detective Wren, who made the ar rests. The Judge held that on Oliverdi's own etatement no crime had been commit ted. Oliverdi acknowledged that he was a friend of Sans and his wife, having known tl:ern Intimately while employed with them on a ranch at Callento. He admit ted that Mrs. Sans had agreed to go to lialy with him and leave her husband and ht had given her $900 at her suggestion < n that understanding. He was not pre pared to say that the woman's husband knew that he had given her the money. TJnrub's Suit Dismissed. The motion for a r.ew trial of the suit cf Hiram Unruh. foreman of E. J. ("Lucky") Baldwin's ranch, against Florence Blythe-Hinckley-Moore to recov er the property of the late Thomas Btjtlie was dismissed Jn Judge Hunt's rourt yesterday. Unruh claimed the prop erty under deeds given to him by Alice EdHb Dickason during the time she was battling in the courts of the Blythe mil lions. Unruh, it is eaid. advanced her th* money to prosecute the action, receiv ing the deeds as security. After Seven Years' Kest. The whalins hark Wanderer, after seven years' idleness, has been brought down fron» her mud bed and is beinR placsd in commie- Fion for whale hunting. She will go from here to Japanese and South American waters aftei right whales and at the end of her cruise will po to th* Atlantic, discharging her catch ut New B A dford. which r*>rt she. will thereafter make iier headquarters. The Wanderer lit owned by B. F. Cleveland. Her Seven Hundredth Trip. The Pacific Coast Steamship Company's Hanta Rosa, which arrlx-ed yesterday from Han Diego, has completed her Eev«n hundredth round- trip between here and the southern port. Khe Jias* been on the run since 1SS5. Captain Alexander, her commander, has crossed the San Diego bar 1000 times. ».J Dismasted in Channel, The French ship Alice, bound from Antwerp for Vancouver, K. C, which the other day pasted the Lizard In poor condition, put Into Falmouth yesterday for repairs.. Tin a chan nel rale i-he bad ku-t her main topgallant mast and had a suit of sails blown to ribbons. . » Will Have Twin Screws. The Fchnoner Rio Rey Is being equipped with a gasoline engine and will be supplied with twin screws. When finished she will be ueej by her owner, F. R. Peake, for trading • pur poses around the bay. Barbound at Coos Bay. Quite a fleet of coasters is barbound at Coos PORT BLAKELEY— Arrived Jan 21— Br ship Vunbrltton, frzom Port .Gamble; schr^Ludlow, from San Pedro. .VjS^aMa*aBt><WwWjagiiaa;gaaaaM TATOOSH— Pas*ed in Jan 22— Br shin An dromeda, hence Jan 12, for Port : Townsend; schr Endeavor, from San '., Pedro,' for Tacoma. Passed out Jan 22 — Nor chip Otra, for'.Val paraiso. . ,;.^9BBMEKHtil!HSiK!l*3££f£E£ft,4 ¦¦ Thursday, January 22. Etmr State of California, Thomas, San Diego. Stmr Geo Loomis, Badger, Ventura. Stmr North Fork, Nelson, Eureka. Stmr Pomona. Bontfleld, Eureka. fitmr Phoenix. Odland. Mendocino. Stinr Albion River, Bash, Point Arena and Albion. : X Schr Fannie Afiele, Everson, Grays Harbor. Schr Renton, Thunell, Port Gamble. Schr S Danielson, Laracn, Flgks Mill. ' TELEGRAPHIC. POINT LOBO#, Jan 22, 10 p m — Weather clcudy; wind W, velocity 12 miles per hour. DOMESTIC PORTS. SAN PEDRO — Salleb. Jan 22-^Schr James H Bruce, for ¦ Port Townaend ; stmr Brooklyn, for San Francisco. x Arrived Jan 22 — Stmr Samoa, from Caspar; bktn Chehalie, from Grays Harbor. PORT TOWNSEXD— Arrived Jan 22— Bark Star of Bengal, from Honolulu. EUREKA — Hailed Jan 22 — Stmrs Corona, Eu reka and-South Bay, for San Francisco. Sailed Jan 21— Stmr Arctic, for San Fran cisco. — - Arrived Jan 22 — Schr Ida McKay, hence Jan 1U. .-iglBM'W • CASPAR — Arrived- Jan 22 — Stmr r South C«aEt, hence Jan 21. . , . ¦ .". SAILED. ;;"->;/., Thursday, January 22. Stmr Aberdeen, Hansen. hence Jan 22, for Grays Harbor, returned for repairs. RETURNED, Thursday, January 22. Stmr North Fbrk, Nelson, Eureka; The Chas Nelson Co.. Stmr North Fork, Bonlfleld, Eureka; Pacific Coast Steamship Co.( Stmr Columbia. Doran, Astoria; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co. Hark Roderick Dhu, Enealls. Hilo: J D rpreckels & Bros Co. CLEARED, Thursday, January 22. ¦ Stmr Point Arena, Hansen, 14 hours from llendocino. etc. Stmr National City, Johnson, 17 hours from Fort Bragg. Stmr Queen, Cousins, Cl hours from Victoria. Stmr Gipsy, Leland, 23 hours from Monterey. Ktmr Aamona, Gielow, 51 hours. from New port, etc. Ktmr Rainier, Hansen, 07 hours from What com. Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander, 40 hours from San Diego. Ktmr Mackinaw, Storrs, 00 hours from Se attle. Barge Santa Paula, McGovern, 2 days from Ventura, in tow tug Rescue; up river direct. Schr Ida A, Campbell, 6 hours from Point Reyes. Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA. Channel through Wrangell Strait from the southward, page 90. Burnt Island ledge beacon and Bush Top Island beacon are reported, Jan uary 17, as having been carried away. They will be rebuilt as early as practicable. South Ledge buoy No. 4, and North Ledge buoy No. 0 (the latter heretofore^ reported as being out of position), each a seco'nd-class nun, are reported, January 17, as having gone adrift. They will be replaced as early as practicable. By order of the Lighthouse Board. - C. G. CALKINS, . Commander, V. S. N., Lighthouse Inspector. Willapa Bay entrance, page 70. Northeast end of Sand Island buoy No. 6, a first-class nun, heretofore reported adrift, was replaced January 12. "¦• Grays Harbor entrance, pages 07 and 73. Outside bar whistling buoy, red, marked ••"Grays Harbor" in white letters, heretofore re ported as not sounding, was replaced, Janu ary 11, by a perfect buoy. WASHINGTON Coos Bay entrance, pages 40 and 44. Out side bar whistling buoy. B. & W. P. S., with the letter "K" in white, is reported, January 15, as not sounding. It will be replaced by a perfect buoy as soon as practicable. Notice Is hereby given of the following changes in the aids to navigation in this dis trict, wblch affect the list of beacons and buoys, Pacific Coast, 1903: OREGON. Notice to Mariners. Low Rates by the Southern Pacific. Nearly every one has friends In the East who are "interested in California. Now is the time to let them know of the low rates over the Southern Pacific every day from February 15 to April 30. You can deposit the fares now, and the ticket will be furnished in the East. Rates from Chicago $33, St. Louis $30, Memphis $30, New Orleans $30, Kansas City $25. • Movements of Steamers. Will Sail for Philippines. Several batteries of artillery, and a de tachment of cavalry will arrive in San Francisco to-day from Fort 8heridan. These troops are ordered to leave for the Philippines on the Thomas, which Is scheduled to sail on January 31. FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, How Benjamin Ide "Wheeler tackled the Iegis latois. In the. Wasp to-day. • s . * Times and Heights of High and tow Waters at Fort Point, entrance to San Francisco Bay. Published by official au- thority of the Superintendent. NOTE — The high and low waters occur at the city front (Mlssionrstreet wharf) about twenty-five minutes later than at Fort Point; the height of tide Is the game at both places. Sun rises 7:21 Sun sets 5:22 Moon rises ....' 3:08 a. fa. NOTE — In the above exposition of the tldea the early morning tides are Riven In the left hand column and the successive tides of the day in the order of occurrence as 1 to time; the fourth time column gives the last tide of the day, except when there are but three tldea, as sometimes occurs. The heights given are In addition to the soundings of the United States Coast Survey Charts, except when a minus ( — ) sign precedes the height, and then the number given is subtracted from the depth given by the charts. The plane of reference is the mean of the lower low waters. D Time Time Time Time | » Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft' ? L W H W L W 1HW| ' 23 lToO 2.T 7:38 S.S 2:41 0.3 9:41 TS 24 2:06 2.0 8:26 6.5 3:25 0.0 10:31 4.5 25 2:57 3.0 0:10 6.5 4:01—0.2 11:18 4.8 26 3:30 8.0 9:B0 5.5 4:35—0.3 11:49 4.S 27 I 4:20 2.9 10:25 5.4 5:05 — 0.3 [..... H W C.W H W L, Wl 28 0:22 4.9 4:59 2.0 11:00 6.3 5:361—0.3 30 0:53 4.8 5:09 3.0 11:12 5.1| 6:10— 0.2 At the close of the meeting Gilbert Pi- Irche In behalf of the wher members of the board delivered a brief address re viewing the splendid work done by Colonel Charles Sonntag during his twenty-seven ytars of labor for the society. The fol lowiug resolution in honor of the retiring prcRioent was then unanimously adopted: Resolved, therefore. That our Fentiments, a* herein expressed, be inscribed in the record txxik of this society; andbe it further Resolved, as evidence^f our «?»t»-em for our ro-work^r In the harvest field of humanity. That Colonel Charles Sonntajr be elected an h'.noraary member of the California Society fur the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. At a meeting of the directors of the So cifty for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children held yesterday the following ex ecutive staff was elected for the ensuing year: President, EL W. Newhall; treas urer, G. A. Newhall; secretary, M. J. White; counsel, C H. Garoutte; attorneys, Furcell, Row?, Martin Stevens and T. J. Crowiey; physician. Dr. Rufus Rigdon. Ihe proposal to combine under one roof all the first class charitable organizations o^ the city wa* favorably discirssed, but Co decisive action was :aken f Children Lauds Labors of Colonel Sonntag. IK.ECTOHS DO HONOR TO RETIRING OFFICIAL society for Prevention of Cruelty to The n»»w drydock at Hunters Point is almost rea'Jy for service and next Wednesday will r*c?i\e in its huge basin its first fhlp. Th» United fctates bsittloship Ohio, which was christened by the late President McKinley and Is now ueannK completion, will on that day be docked I'or a thoroush cleaning and painting. The new dock la larc? enough to accommodate any vessel afloat and it is expected that it will be patronized cuite extensively by Uncle gam. First Ship on New Dock. cording to latest despatches in se rious danger of total destruction. News of the catastrophe reached here in a ca blegram from London to the Merchants* Exehance- The Helga left here for England with a cargo of wheat. She arrived safely at Falmouth and v.as going from that port to Cork when disaster overtook her. When she grounded the crew took to the beats, but stood by the ship, aa it was thought the high tide would float her off shore. This expectation was not real ized and it is now feared that the Helga v.-ili become a total loss. She is on the beach about a half-mile west of Ball croneen coastguard station. The Helga is a sleo! vessel of 1773 tons r< gister. She was built in 18S9 at Dum barton. She is 256.7 feet long, 39.2 feet beam and 22.4 deep. Her skipper, Captain Ferguson, is well known In San Fran/isco. According to the cabled dispatches no lives were lost. • ' v HE British ship Helga. which left IJ here September 3 for Great Brit \\ ain, is ashore at Queenstown, ** abandoned by her crew and ac- Giuseppi Smario, 442 Broadway, heard yesterday; morning, that Salvatore Gall nero, 322 Vallejo street, had gone to the Hall of Justice to get a warrant for his arrest on a -eharge of embezzlement. Smario hurried to the Mall of Justice and found Galinero in the bond and war rant clerk's office. They went outside the hall and Smario struck Galinero sev eral times in the face and threatened to cut his throat if he procured a warrant for his arrest. Galinero returned to the bond and warrant clerk and secured a warrant for Smario's arrest for battery. Quarrel Over Bail Money. Shipping Merchants. NEWS OF THE OCEAN. Matters of Interest to Mariners and The bark Martha Davis loads general cargo here for Hllo. Merchandise for British Columbia. The steamer City of Puebla sailed yesterday for Victoria Tvlth an assorted merchandise carso. consigned to the principal British Col umbian port?:, valued at $€tsn:;, and including the following: 28,400 lbs 1 pkg dried fruit, 67tf pkg:s fresh fruit, 110 pkgs green vegetables, iiCCO lbs glucose, 500 lbs bread. 31 cs canned goods. 1050 lbs millstuffs, 03 pkgs paste, 200O ;bs chocolate. 203 gals wine, 52 pkgs grocer ies and provisions, 0500 lbs soda, 20 rolls pa per, 1 pk« machinery, 20 cs arms and ammu nition. 2C0 tins matches. 15 bdls 38 pes steel, 20 bars iron, 100 tubes. J!ay. A heavy sea has b<>en breaking for sev eral days and amor.e the vessels awaltin< smooth water for a chance to get out are tht .Arrata, Czarina, Coquille River and Esther tiulme. OCEAN STEAMERS. NEW YORK— Sailed Jan 22— Stmr • La Sa vole. for Havre. LEGHORN — Arrived Jan 22— Stmr Peruvla, from New York. _ . MANCHESTER— Arrived Jan 22-*Strtir Ca iedonian, from Boston. / QUEENS! OWN— Sailed Jan 22— StmV Teu- t r r.tt, f;t . Llverpoo-, for New York. BRISBANE — Arrived Jan 0 — Br stmr Aoran gi. from Vancouver. HONGKONG— Arrived" Jan 21— Br «tmr In dravelli, from Oregon; Br stmr Yangtse, from Tacoma. Sailed Jan "2 — Br ship Drumburton, for Hakodate. ANTWERP— Sailed Jan 20— Br bark Saxon, for Oregon. VLADIVOSTOK— Arrived Deo 2— Stmr Hya des. from Seattle. COLON — Sailed Jan 20 — Stmr Finance, for New York. QUEENSTOWN'— Sailed Jan 20— Fr bark Commandant Marchand, for Lelth. Jan 21— Fr bark Jane Gulllon, for Leith. VALPARAISO — Sailed Jan 17— Br bark Trongate. for Honolulu. MANILA— Sailed Doc 10— Bark Alex Mc- Neil, for Port Tovvnsend. ' HAMBURG— Sailed Jan 21— Ger «tmr Mem phis, for San Francisco. SUKZ — Arrived Jan 22 — Br stmr Hyson, from Tacoma. for London. PLYMOUTH— Arrived Jan 22— Ger . ship Pcfr Rlckmers, from Orecon. YOKOHAMA— Arrived Jan 22— Br stmr Cop tic, hence Jan 3. MARSEILLES — Arrived Jan 20 — Br stmr Vo lute, from Manila. SANTA ROSALIA— Arrived Jan 13— Ger bark Ellbek, from Hamburg. Sailed Jan 17 — Ger bark Schurbek. for Che mainus. PORT ANGELES — Arrived Jan 22 — Brlff W G Irwin. hence .Ian 13, for Roche Harbor. UMPQUA — Sailed Jan 17 — Schr Beulah, for San Pedro. COOS BAT— Ready for tea. Jan 22— Stmr Czarina, stmr Arcata, Ftmr Coqullla River, schr Kster Burnc. Bar rough. ASTORIA — Arrived Jan — Bktn Omega, hence Jan 10. ) BOWENS LA XDIXG— Arrived Jan 22— Stmr Sotola, hence Jan 21. /- FOREIGN PORTS. VESSEL WHICH ENDED HER VOY AGE FROM THIS PORT B^ RUN NING ASHORE AT QUEENSTOWN. Frank Porch, who until recently was employed at the chemical works near Martinez, appeared before Police Judge Cabaniss yesterday on a charge of carry ing a concealed weapon. He was arrested Wednesday evening on Stockton street by Policeman Hook on complaint of Etta Chappelle, a woman who came here with him from Martinez. She told Hook that Porch had pointed a revolver at her head and threatened to kill her. The re volver was found in his coat pocket. 1'crch told the Judge that the revolver belonged to the woman and she had evi dently put it in his pocket with the inten tion of having him arrested, as she de sired to keep his diamond ring and other personal effects. Hook admitted that Porch was very quiet during the scene On Stockton street and the Judge dis missed the case. Porch at once secured a warrant for the woman's arrest on a charge of petty larceny for stealing his ring. " . Frank Porch Arrested for Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Acquitted VISITOR FPwOM MARTINEZ TRICKED BY A WOMAN •'I am not in this case at all," said Roberts,'* and 1 did not instigate Croke's arrest, r.cr did I Interfere with him in any way. It was a row between Croke and E>avids-on Bros?., and I decided to keep out of it altogether.- "This is aM a matter cf Fpite work, ' ;-aiJ Croke. "Some time aRo Arthur PrSnoJe. a friend of mine, had Super \i*lr.g Architect Roberts, who has charge of the erection of the Postoftice. arrested on a misdemeanor chaste and when the case came up in Judge Cabiniss" court I went on the stand anfl testified against Roberta. Ever Elnce th»>n he has made it unpleasant for me. My contract is to furn.sh and crcci the iron ceiling - fur ting*' in the ntw l'ostofflce buildinsr. and, it distinctly epeclflea that I shall have what time it requires to do the job. A few days ago Mr. Roberts served me with a r.oti'-e from the Davidson Eros., mating that I should have the work completed in three days. He said that if the work wns not completed he would throw me out of the building:. When I tarfte down to work thip morning I to!d Roberts that I would protect my men. My attorney advised me to arm myself and pTotcct ray rights. Then he sent out fora poXlocmaJi and had me arrested." When seen at hi.s office yesterday Architect Roberts denied that he was in eny way responsible or had anything to do with Croke's arrest or his quarrel with his contractors. ting hip men to the task cf finishing Crok^'i Job when he .--aw Crcke making ft motion to draw his veapen and ho r.ent cmside on Mission street and hunt ed for a poiiceinar!. The first minion cf The law that he met was Sergeant Tom Mahcry. 7Y.<> policeman listened to Fchmitt's trcuisl?!" and ihen went inside to ecek !he belligerent sub-contractor. He fearch^ri Croke. and, finding him firmed, he took him down to the Hall of T. F. Criiko. an Oakland iron work ron- Iractor, who has a sub-contract from the Chicfcgo firm, became involved in a *-<lu:ibb!e over the iron ¦ eHing; work, and «"roke was arrested pro taken to the Haii of Justice, where he was charged with carrying a conceikd weapon. Sehmitt cisimc d that Croke did not live up lo his contract, in thet he.-ffci!ed to ha\e his work completed within a spe lifkd tin<\ and Croke claimed that un der hi? contract he was allowed to finish the Ti-crk at his own convenience, S< hmitt v.-cr.t into the building yesteruay morr.Sng with a force of men and was prepared to take the work out of Croke'fe hands and finish it himself. Croke was i!so prepared to nr.ish hi« work himself and he backed up his iir^iiarationH with, a b'g revolver and a threat to blow the head off th«» first man who sought to interfere v.ith hir.i. Scbrali! charged hi<= mir.d about put- There xvas a merry war yesterday rnon.ir.g in the interior cf the new Pcst <iCU-e bu!'t!ing. v.nvc being finished at Seventh and Mission vtreetF. Jacob BclJtrltt, representing Davidson Bros, of CWcafiO. which lirm has the contract for thf ;m«-r:or finishlnc of the building, and T. F. Croke Resisted Attempt to Interfere With N His Work. In view of these facts Spear asks that the Collector use his influence with Wash ington to prevent the possible removal of the Golden Gate. The persistent rumors of the intended removal of the revenue cutter Golden Gate from this port, whore it has been In service for. five years, to the port of Se attle has called forth a protest from Surveyor of the Customs Joseph S. Spear. Yesterday he voiced his objections against the rumored change in a communication to '^Fred S. Stratton. Collector of the Port. \Wh the exception of the antiquated cutter J. F. Hartley Surveyor Spear points out the fact that the Golden Gate is the only other' boat available for us|e in the revenue service. The growing needs of the service make another such boat Im perative instead of permitting the re moval of one. Spear says in his communi cation: * The entrance from the Pacific Ocean through ihe (Jolden Gate to San Francisco Bay is but a bhort distance. It i» with difficulty that the requirements of Treasury decision No. 222915 are now carried out. Should we not have a boat capable of doing proper patrol duty In raSe of necessity, the decision aforesaid would be grossly violated. To be prepared, in other words, prevents many infringements upon the law that would Inevitably occur otherwise. In addition to the va.st amount of customs duties performed by the Golden Gate, the boat is used as a conveyance in conjunction with the customs duties by the United States Im migration Commissioner and his staff of offi cers, also the Chinese Bureau and Its staff. Informs Collector Stratton That Customs Service Would Suffer. Postoffice Contractors Have a Row and One Is Arrested. Arrives Safely at Falmouth, but / Comes to Grief Near Queenstown While on Her Way to Cork— Is Aban v doned by Crew and in Danger of Total Destruction Vigorously Objects to Removal of Cutter Golden Gate. STOOD GROUND WITH REVOLVER SURVEYOR SPEAR FILES PROTEST BRITISH SHIP. HELGA' GOES ASHORE AT END OF VOYAGE FROM THIS PORT Sun/ Moon and Tide. United States Coast and Geodetic Survey— .TO SAIL. Steamer. Destination. Sails. Pier. Jan nary 'i'.\. C-Nelson... Seattle & Tacoma.. 10 am Pier 2 Columbia... Astoria & Portland 11 am Pier 21 ! ¦lannnry 114. Del Norte... Grays Harbor 5 pm Pier 28 Newnboy Los Angelee 4 pm Pier 1H Eureka Humboldt 9 am Pier i:t Homer Eureka-Coos Bay.. 4 pm Pier 10 Pt. Arena... Point Arena 4 pm Pier 2 Newport N. Y. via Panama 12 m PMSS Jannnrf 25. Arctic Humboldt. 10 am Pier 2 Arcata...... Coos Bay-Pt. Orfd 10 am Pier 13 Corona Humboldt l:30pPler 11 Ramona.... Newport & 'Way.. 9 am Pier 11 S. Rosa San Diego & Way. 0 am Pier 11 January 20. Chlco Coqulllo River 5 pm PLer 2 Queen Puget Sound Ports. 11 am Pier 19 .Innnnrj- —7. ' . Redondo. ... Portland-Tlllam'k 5 pmlPier 27 ! Rainier Seattle & Tacoma. 5 pmjPler 2 Jniinnry 1!S. j Pomona Humboldt. 1:30 plPier 11 G. Lln<i«iuer. Orays Harbor ..... 4 pm Pier — San Pedro... Humboldt 4 pm Pier 2 Gaelic China & Japan 1 pm PMSS G. Dollar... Grays Harbor 4 pm Pier 2 Centralla... Grays Harbor 4 pm Pier 2 J.S.Klmball. Seattle & Tacoma. 10 am Pier 2 G. W. Elder. Portland & Astoria 11 am Pier 21 Jannary 'Z'.t. Albion Rlv.. Pt. Arena & Albion 6 pm Pier 13 State Cal San Diego & Way. 0 am Pier U Coos Bay... San Pedro & Way. 0 am Pier 11 Ventura Sydney & Way Pts 10 am Pier 7 . Jannary 3O. S. Monica... Grays Harbor 4 pm Pier 2 Isis ;.. Hamburg & Way.. 12 m Pier 31 Jannary HI. City Para. .. N. Y. via Panama. 12 m PMSS Senator..... PuRRt Sound Ports Jl am Pier 9 February 1. North Fork. Humboldt 0 am Pier 2 Texan New York j jpier 20 FROM SEATTLE. ~~ Steamer. For. Sails. Cottage City.. Ekagway & Way Ports. Jan. 2* Santa Ana.... Valdez direct ..Jan. 25 City Seattle... Skagway & Way Ports. Jan. 30 Al-KI Skagway & Way Ports. Feb. 3 Dolphin Skagway & Way Ports. Feb. 3 Nome City.... Valdez direct ....... ,|Feb. 8 TO ARRIVE. ~~ ' Steamer. ' From. . Due. Czarina Coos Bay' j an . 23 Arctic; Humbaidt Jan. 2.1 Newsboy...... San Pedro Jan. 25 Conemaugh... Tacoma Jan. 2a Arcata........ Coos Bay & Pt. Orford Jan. '2.1 Corona........ Humboldt Jan. 2.1 Isls.... ....... Seattle Jan. 23 \Tellus... ...... Oyster Harbor .....;. Jan. 24 G. Lindaucr... Grays Harbor j an . 21 J. S. Klmbail. Seattle & Tacoma ..... Jan. 24 San Pedro..... Humboldt Jan. 24 Homer..'...... Portland & Way Ports. Jan. 24 Centralla. .... Grays Harbor ........ Jan. 24 Redondo. . . . ."'. Redondo Jan. 24 G. Dollar..... Grays Harbor. .¦..:.....; Jan. 25 O. W. Elder.. Portland & Astoria. ... Jan. 25 R. Dollar. ... . San Pedro ........... Jan . 21 State of Cal.. San Diego & Way. Pts. Jan; 26 S. Barbara.... Seattle ....:......V.... Jan. 29 Coos Bay..... San Pedro A Way Pts. Jan. 2fl Pomona. ;..... Humboldt .....; Jan.^ 26 Santa Monica. Grays Harbor . . .... . . . Jan. 2;i Eureka. ...... Humboldt Jan. 27 N*«-o. ..... r. .. Willapa Harbor ...... Jan. : 27 Senator... Puget • Sound Ports:. .. Jan. 27 H. K. Maru... China & Japan.... .... Jan. 27 Alb. River..:. Point : Arena &, Albion. Jan. 27 KorthFork... Humboldt ............. Jan. 2S City Panama.. New York via Panama Jan. 2» Nevadan..."..'. Honolulu & Kabului... Jan.' 28 Point Arena. . Point Arena . . . . ...... Jan. 29 Santa Rosa... San Dlfgo & Way Pts. Jan. 21 Crescent City 5 Crescent City ........ I Jan. 29 Columbia..... Portland & Astoria. .;. I Jan.; 3i» Rimotia...... Newport .&: Way Ports. Jan.:30 City Pueblar. . Puget . Bound Ports. . . . Feb. 1 Alamecla ...... Honolulu '....;.. r. .'.;. Feb." 3 The Time Bali- on the tower of the Ferry building vras dropped exactly at noon to-day, I. e.. . at noon of the 120th meridian, or at 8 p. m';. Greenwich time. ' J. C. BURNETT, j . Lieutenant. U. S. N.. in charge. Branch Hydrographtc Office, U. S. N., Mer chants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., January 22. 1803. Time Ball. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FBIDAY; JANUARY 23, 1903. 7 "WvA Mk W*\ i $§& S l^ e J 0^ °^ the household, for without t&* f$k N^ \^ / WV *t no happiness can be complete. How lO^alliiilf? W fSwl^ eweet the picture of mother and babe, War B m Easy (a vg^r angels smile at and commend the ¥sfZ*\ rj g&s. TS3& ' thoughts and aspirations of the mother ini| E2 K^ g bending over the cradle. The ordeal through KA yJ *1 rs S^* which the expectant mother must pass, how- to x^ ever, is so full of danger and suffering that she looks forward to the hour when she shall feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliable all the parts, and —-,-—— t^vL 'Jr^. great crisis in perfect safety "jbbt uj l» value to all women cent free. Address .up W\M rzM BRAariELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Go. B . M «3 §1 O3S S W S^^ Oscar Hollldnr HonRhart M tn*t necarinK a treinendonii reputation ¦ both • liere nntl abroad an an ¦ lllaatrutor. Por- trattH of women are hi* »tron«; point. lie Is the "American Jan ,Van Beers." Hi» ¦¦ pictures have a grsce and- delicacy -es- sentially Gallic. His success is extrnordfnary In view of the fact that a decade ago lie was simply! a business .man,- at- tending 1 : art* school ot even- Ing;*. ¦ . . . * -:¦'. ¦..,...¦. With, his meteoric career Sir. Ilnmehnrt seems destined to follow: In the 'footsteps of his nrreat com iiitt riot. Whin tier. Certainly no American artist since the (rlorions trinity of AVhlstlcr. Abbey and Sargent first startled Europe ha* made mii'li an extraordinary success. In his now : famous pictures . of women Banghart is as pleas- inif "¦ as Aubrey Beardsley was unpleasantly orlflrinal. More- over, to create an impression Hn 11 Rr'mr-t has ¦; not fonnd it necessary, n la Ilenrdsley, to make his 'women look as ¦ if they bad their noses In >a trough. The- pictures " offered their .readers by. the 'Sunday Call'are certainly the most he- t» 1 tch in sr creatures that Mr. Banghar t has flnished.*^^^Q A T> \I y, H.TTRTHVrP'CTTS- 1A f Kast's, of course, is rapidly growing in gMa i|\ popularity — our salesmen's books showing that Bm'S »H\ One Hundred and Five Pairs more were I^S I hIP'X sold than on the corresponding day of the I fog I \^^"\ Good Proof of the fact that those who \^^\ ftW%\ bought arc telling their friends of the Vwkl ft^^Sl Great Merit in Shoe Values we are giving. \^»« mI^Si Remember, we vacate on March ist, and Vl&gB g^pl All Shoes are Marked Down, nothing be- Vail H^§# * ns reserve^ — even those just received from \$»1 Btsig t°e manufacturers — as we must not carry any Vsl sMi ot " tncm t0 our nevv an(^ l ar ser store, 104 to \^| x XT3 8-74O Market 1 . AMUSEMENTS. BELASOO and MATEH...y. ..fropri«t«» TO - night. •mis-mr all this Week. ll/j \l Matinee Sat- Iff I W u r d a y an.J Ifl J[ Sunday. First l>lDAUOHTER- cess. Brilliant and v-BlT W I CTT -ft N-LAW.. Prices: Evenings. 15c to 75c: Mats.. 15c to 50c. N'ext Week — -THE CHRISTIAN." . A NEW AND NOVEL SHOW ! Jules and Ella Garrison; Fields and Ward; Les Frasettis; Richard J. Jose; Scott Brothers and the Bio- graph. | Last times of the Miles Stavordale Quintette; Elinore Quintette and Zazell and Vernon. Reserved Beats. 25c: Balcony, 10c; Box Seats and Opera Chairs. 50c. /...LAST 3~NIGHTS... MATINEE SATURDAT. John P. Slocum Presents The Kirk La Shelle Opera Company la THE PRINCESS CHIC VERA MICHELENA in the title role. Beginning Next Monday — Seats Selling. LOUIS FREDERICK JAMES and WARDE In a Magnificent Spectacular Production of "THE TEMPEST." The Greatest of All Irish Comedians in Their Latest Farce A NIGHT ON BROADWAY. Next— Knute Erlckson In "The Man From Sweden." CMJWM1A Market Street, Near Eighth. Phone South S33. I ¦•-,.¦ TO-NIGHT— ALL, THIS WEEK. MATINEE SATURDAT AND SUNDAT. A [Ck j n__ H, B The Great Comedy- /a wQB ai a by Author LA MtUH aivii ct "Bowery After Xml 1 \**^*< Dark," "Road to Ruin." A play for the AT* TUP people — a blending of IIP I 1 1 r pathos and comedy — a " * * IJ U cvclone of ' surprises — a .* _ _ _ — _ stupendous scenio pro- i f f i^ai ductlon. All l< V FRICBSS Pfti^ivi^a Evenlnps 10 to 50c 1M.MJM1M* M. ¦ Ma tinees 10.15 25c Next Week — "DANGERS OF PARIS." •BURTON HOLMoS' LECTURES. Last lecture to-morrow afternoon at 2:15. Maenlflcect Colored Views and Motion Pictures. Seats now selltng at Sherman. Clay & Co.'s. SALE NOW OPEN. KOPTA BOHEMIAN VIOLINIST. NEXT TUESDAT NIGHT. JANUART 27. AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JANUART 80. MISS GERTRUDE WHEELER. Contralto. MRS. BELLE HARALSON. Soprano. Reserved Seats, 75c and $1. Coming— GABRILOWITSCH. COOPER HEDICALXOLLEGE Corner Sacramento and Webster streets. • LANE LECTURtS. FRIDAY EVENING, January 23. BR. WILLIAM OPilULS. Subject. "POISONOUS FOOD." ADMISSION FREE. 1 MRS. O. ». FOUflEU -pEtK, Will teach classes the use of elec- kPiJoS^ tricity to cure disease Jn the tK^OjSin banquet hall of the California VAMP^oK Hotel beginning TUESDAY. Jan. V"*-*O i*f 20. 2:3O p. m.. and 7:30 p. r.Mhe \^ *»-daV" following. Phrenologtcal ex- ' -^ nmlnat ions and health - consulta- tions dally from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. at the Cali- fornia . Hotel. . room 408. until : Jan. 20. Coma and learn how to benefit yourself and others. Weekly Gall $1.00 oer Year AMUSEMENTS. CONTUJUAX.1.Y AND CONSISTENTLY KTJNNT. Is the Great Burlesque. I ...BARBARA FIDGETY^T! How could it be otherwise? KOLB and DILL, and BERNARD, MAUDE AMBER, W1NF1ELD RL.AKK. OLIVE EVANS, HARRT HERMSEN. CLOT ELMER. HOPE. 3MERSON and VIDOT. CHARLE9 1 BATES. This bunch would make Any pro- I duction 'great. And these are the prices: Nlirht, 23c, BO«j and 75c. Sat. Sun. Matinees, 23c and_£0c. Children at Matinees, 10c and 2.1c. Next Burlesque— "HOITT TOITT." Thursday afternoon. Jan. 29 — ZECH OR- CHESTRAL. CONCERT. Tl V0USS5& EVERT EVENING AT 8 SHARP! MATINEE SATURDAT AT 2 SHARP! "ITS SUCCESS HAS EXCEEDED ALL. PRE- -.i ; DICTIONS." Magnificent Production of the Great Gilbert and Sullivan Japanese Opera, The Mikado Given With a Carefully Selected Cast. Including MME. CARO ROMA aa KATISHA. Scenery Especially Designed after th« London Models./ POPULAR PRICES— 25c. 50c and 75* Telephone Bash 9. ". * ; RmjBHC T^SgS/iK." "«EXT BUSDAY N1QHT iHr xia ralph stuart Sjgi - And Hi« New Tor* • T^~~, .— *-^ Company la O^®"^*^ > -The Muter At Aral." V' Jlk. ''i THIS WEEK « MATINEE TO-MORROW (SATURDAT). THIS EVENING AND TO-MORROW EVEN- ING. The Young American Tragedienne. MISS NANCE O'NEIL In positively the last performances of "MACBETH." PRICES: Orchestra— 50e, 73c and fl. Drest Circle— 25c and, 50c. Box Seats— 73c. $1 and $1.60. ' Sunday evening — First production on th« English-speaking staff* of the Scriptural drama, . "JUDITH." ™ CHUTES! HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTIES IN THE 1H0R (HIGHLY HLA1ED THEATER. EVERT AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SPEND "A DAT IN THE ALPS." SEE THE BABIES IN THE INFANT INCU- BATORS. RARE ANIMALS IN THE ZOO. TAKE A TRIP DOWN THE FLUME, THE WONDERFUL SCENIC WATERWAY. ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN TO-MORROW NIGHT When phoning; ask for "THE CHUTES." Racing SBll^Racinj! EVERT WEiaC DAT. RAIN OR 8HDO6L New California Jockey Club Oakland Track SIX OR MORB RACES DAILT. Races (tart at 2:15 p. m. iharp. Ferry-boat ka.ve» San Francisco at 13 m. and 12:30, 1. 1:30. 2. 2:30 and 3 p. ra.. connecting with Uaina » topping at U>« entrance to t&« track. Last two cars on train reserved for Ucles and their escorts; no smoking. But your ferry tickets to £heU Mound. - Returning — Trains leave tea track at 4:19 and 4:43 p. m.. and Immediately attar ta« Us* race. THOMAS H. WILLIAM3 JR.. President. PERCT W. TREAT. Secretary. PsItlCG Desirable location. unsurpassed cuisine. t unequaled service ana 211(1 modem conveniences . uw are the attributes that ' C A ave mai * e these two u ni no h ° tds p°p uiar w M *••"** tourists and travelers Oil who visit San Fran- Hotels "*- DT3TTCIJT7C FOR barbers, ba- br«werti. bookbinders, candy-makers, canners. dyers, flour mills, foundries, laundries, paper* hanners, printers, painters, shoe factories, stablemen, tar-roofers, tanners, tailors, ttc BUCHANAn BROS.. » Brush Manufacturers, 609 Sacramepta Si