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AORANGI SAILS
FOR ANTIPODES
Union Steamship Company's
Liner Carries 75 Passen
gers and Full Cargo
Among Those on Board Are
Round the World Tourists
and French Officials
The Union Steamship company's liner
Aorangi, Captain Stephens, sailed yes
terday for the antipodes with about
78 passengers and a-full cargo. The
jassengers included a number of tour
ists making the grand Pacific tour and
many French government officials.
Among the passengers for the an
tipodes was Mrs. Robert E. Scott, wife
of Captain Scott, of the British navy,
the famous antaroiic explorer. She is
on her way to Lyttleton, where she
■«i'l join her husband.
T!. V. Dixon. a passenger for Sydney,
is an intimate friend of Sir James Mills,
the Union company's managing di
rector.
Miss Eva E. Wallworth of Melbourne,
who was a passenger on the Aorangi,
la returning to Australia to become
the Wife of J. C M. Scott, former
purser of the Aorangi and now purser
of the Moeraki. The Scott-Wallworth
romance started on hoard the Aorangi
-»hen Scott was purser and the girl a
passenger. Miss "Wallworth was very
ill, the purser very attentive, and by
The time the ship arrived at Papeete
they were engaged. They were to have
been marrid the next trip of the Ao
rangi. but an unsentimental steamship
company transferred the purser to a
Bhip that does not cross the Pacific.
They will be married at Wellington
the day the Aorangi arrives.
Captain Lewis, pilot commissioner
and marine superintendent for Hind,
Rolph & Co., agents for the Aorangi,
shocked his friends just before' the
gangplank was hauled la by skipping
up the pla,nk, taking Miss Wallworth
In his arms and giving iier a hus: and
kiss that could be heard In East street.
Mayor Rolph, who was present,
blushed.
Among the passengers for Tahiti was
G. Hoppensteadt, German consul at Pa
peete, who was accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Hoppensteadt.
T. M. Ball and his nephew, E. J.
Ball, passengers on the Aorangi, are
on their way around the world.
The Aorangi's passengers included:
T. If. Ball. E. J Ball, Miss E. Iloppensteadt. i
Miss E. K. Wallworth- G. Hoppenstoadt. J. Chap
man. S. H. Strite. SydDey B. Hardt, Irving
Smith. Miss E J. Andrew, H. V. IMxon Mr*.
K. Scott, J. B. Wells. Mrs. J. B. Wells, Dr. 1..
Bellonnc, Mrs. L. Bellonne, A. Bellonne. Dγ J.
Prandon. Mrs. J, Prnndon. Hipolito Gallinal Jr.,
G. Gournac, Mrs. U Cuaptuan, Ray L. Koyce,
M. B Viers, J. Bickinp. G. H. Sharpe. John H.
Warrur, K. L. Breok. Mrs. R. L. Breck. G O.
Ilayfr. Mrs. G. O. Hayu-r, W. Haytpr. Miss
Iry Hayter. Georgo Mathiszig, B. Wl'nzer. Mi-*
* Rseber, R. Aikman. Rev. Miehaol O'Flynn,
W. H. Dixon, Dγ, Herman Miller, Mrs. It. J.
Ka> mond and infant, R. J. Raymond. Thomas
Pean, Mrs. Thomas Dean, P. H. Wilson Ed
Barr. E. H. William. Mrs E H. William,
Thnmas Flynn. E. r>nrio, Mrs. E. Dario, Miss
Yvonne tMrlo. L Chriok, J. H. McNown, Peter
Smith. T. Kilfara. It. Nelson, ,T. Dwyer. James
C Williams. Auge Perennez. W. L."Titus, A.
Hatrley. Lawrence Ma boo. Mrs H. Cotter. L.
I.pfebvre. Edward C. Boyle. E. McDermott, Hen
rie Rehoul, Charles Lane. Thomas Pike, John
Keatine. O. Anderson. Miss Margaret Bracken,
R. McPaul. J. Nope. William A. Thompson. O.
A. Harrington. Ben Becker. ,T. A. Fr»iwirth,
Joseph Sampson, J. Smythe, Steve t/awlpss.
Sherman $ai!« for Manila
The army transport Sherman, Cap- !
tain Frank Hall, sailed yesterday for
Manila with a full complement of
cabin passengers, and, in the troop
quarters, 100 enlisted men of the United
States navy, 65 United States marines
and -00 army recruits. The Sherman
carries no quartermaster captain. This
position has been abolished and the
work formerly presided over by an
army officer Is now done by a civilian,
a trained purser, who rates as quarter
master's agent. The agent, or purser,
on the Sherman is J. "W. Wickersham.
Nippon Main la Due Today
The Japanese liner Nippon Maru is
due today from the far east and is ex
pected to arrive about noon. The Nip
pon is bringing 46 cabin passengers,
2 in the second cabin and 7 in the
steerage. The cargo of 2.000 tons in
cludes 50 tons of raw silk.
Water Front -Votes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 875,000 feet.
The Pacific Mail liner City of Para,
homeward bound from the isthmus , , was
436 miles from here at 8 o'clock Tues
day evening and will arrive today.
The Pacific Mail liner Korea left
Hongkong Tuesday for this port.
Change of Master*
Schooner Emily F. Bichard, Christian
1-arsen, old master, John Desecker Jr.,
new master; steamer Breakwater
(changed at Portland), H. c , . Kelson, old
master, T. J. Macgenn, new master.
Olaen'M License Revoked
The local inspectors of hulls and boil
( re, James Guthrio and Joseph T. Dolan,
revoked the license of Captain Chris
topher J. Olsen for wrecking the steam
er Samoa at Point Arena on January
23 of last month. The master was found
guilty of negligence and unskillful
ness.
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
K\piri* Via the Inthmun
Tbe steamer I-ewis Luckenbach sailfri for
Balboa Tuesday with cargo from this port as
fr»ll»*ws:
For New Y0rk—209.777 frals wine. .'.«,000 lhp
prime*.. rw.600 lbs raisin*. 40,000 lbs dried
grapes, H.6U7 cs salmon. 4.521 cs canned fruit,
40,125 lbs b*ans. 110 hags herb*. 502.300 Jbs
«<"rap tin. 3 bales rabbit skins, 25 l>al°s scrap
leather. 55.636 lbs <>id rubber. 8,000 tons as-
I'hultum. 3S bb!s cst,insr«, 'J.ftT.O lbs ca scare,
105 Cβ electrical goods, etc., ralued at $135,782.
lor f'Hiiama—*.2OO wine, 2.218 Iba hops
and 20.030 lbs pig lead. Talued at $2,631.
A rn»r transports
The Buford is at San Framisin.
The Crook is at San Francisco.
Tbe Logan left San Francisco January 6 for
Manila.
The Sheridan is in port.
The Sherman nulled February r> for Manila.
The Thomas left Manila February 2 for this
p"rt.
"THE FORTUNE HUNTER"
BY AMATEUR COMPANY
\\ . <;iad*tone >Vilson and Mlm Carolyn
Walte <"a«it for I.raflincr
V:irtn In Tlece
BERKELEY, Feb. ,">.—Leadins parts
in "The Fortune Hunter." which will
b<? presented at tlio Macdonoug'h the
ater. Oakland. Marc li 14, by the Mask
and Dapper I)ramatic society of the
*? Univorsity of California, have been as
e£gtim6 to Miss Carolyn Waite '13 and
to W. Gladstone; Wilson '15, son of
Mayor J. Stitt Wilson.
Wilson first appeared in university
dramatics when as a freshman he won
the leading role in "Francesca and
Paolo," when the Knglish club ffava
that drama. Tlie critics highly praised
tlie amateur actor.
The caet in "The Fortune Hunter"
will be:
Nathaniel ("Nat") W. Gladstone Wilson
Barrey Kellogg J. B. Oliver
George Burnham <a promoter) K. U. Clewe
Miller G. T. Judd
Willie Bartlett C I- Ifoedy
Uobinson F. P. K«v-n
Newsboy E. V, Curley
Village Characters
Sato Graham R. G. Ham
Blinky Lo<kwood V. F. Collins
Tracy L- I->- I-fvy
Koland Bartlett 11. H. Chaniberiaiu
rSperrr -T. C. Altman
Pete Willing (Sheriff) R A. .Silent
Wattf K. T. Perkins
Mi...' It. 1.. Coiltna
Hetty Grahimi Carolyn Wait*
.li-fphiue l.o<;kweod Alice MciV.'iib
JLurita tsiuue
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers
TO ARRIVE
I Date
Seattle !Huinboldt |Feb.
Coquille River JFifield !Feb.
Coquille River [Brooklyn [Feb.
Monterey & Santa Cruz.'Eureka IFeb.
Rumboldt [North Fork jFeb.
Los Angeles jSpeedwell Feb.
Balboa ria AcHpuloo [City of Para... Feb.
Portland & Astoria ]Mtiltnoraah Feb.
Los Angeles IHanalei |Feb.
Humboldt City of Topeka. JFeb.
Hllo 'Enterprise IFeb.
San Diego &. Los Ang.. Geo. W. Elder.. Feb.
Point Arena & Albion.. Pomo Feb.
Port San Luis Cooi Bar Feb.
China & Japan Maru .. Feb.
Taltal iPectan Feb.
I*>s Angeles [Columbia Feb.
Lie Angelee Tumalpais Feb.
Los Angeles direct Yale Feb.
Seattle & Tacoma Bookman Feb.
Portland & Astoria Bear Feb.
Puget Sound Ports UmatilU Feb.
San Diego & Los Adr. .'President Feb.
GrR.rs Harbor [Norwood 'Feb.
Hiimboldt JVanjcuard Feb.
Seattle & Tacoma !F. H. Legfrett... jFeb.
Humboldt |F. A. Kilburn. ..(Feb.
Fort Bragg I Brnnnwick Feb.
Valparaiso (Artemis Feb.
Grays Harbor iCentralla Feb.
Portland & Astoria (Roanoke Feb.
IjOS Angelas Bearer Feb.
San Diego & Los Aug.. Harvard Feb.
Wlllapa Harbor ISanta Barbara.-Feb.
Humboldt jSanta Monica... .[Feb.
Seattle direct iQueen !F*b.
Mendoclno & Sbel. Cove'Sea Foam Feb.
I>os Angeles iNorthland Feb.
San Diego & Los Aug..[State of Cal Feb.
Lou Angeles & Way Pts Santa Clara ... Feb.
Snl. Cruz & Sau Diego.jMIseourlan 'Feb.
Portland Paralso 'Feb.
San Diego & Los Ang.. Yale Feb.
Karatsu Robert Dollar... Feb.
Grays Harbor J. B. Stetson... ;Feb.
Fort Brags lArctlc iFeb.
Honolulu iHonolulan iFeb.
Antofagasta ICordelta IFeb.
Los Angeles direct 'Harvard !Feb.
Date I
ition J Sails
Fell, c> Eureka ISanta Cruz..]
Feb. C Ad. Sampson. . .jPuget Sound.
Feb. 6Quinault IWIllapa Har.
Feb. fl'MuItnoniab [Loa Angeles. |
Feb. 6ir. H. I-eggett. .Los Angeles.
Feb. 6|Cleyeland (Hongkong ...
Feb. 6'State of Cal...[San Diego...
Feb. IGrays Harbor
Feb. TiBrooklyn [Coqullle RIt.J
J>b. TISpeedwell iCoquille Rlv.
I'pii. 7 Tamalpals !Grays Harbor
Feb. 7 Fifield jCoqullle Rlv.
Feb. TPity of Topeka.lHumboldt ...
Feb. 7 sGeo. W. Elder.. [Portland ...|
Feb. 7|Hanalei I»s Angeles.
Feb. 7'Vale San Diego...
Feb. 7iOamino | Portland ...
Feb. S' Vanguard iHumboIdt ..
•ft., s Norwood Ix>s Angelei.
Feb. S F. H. Lepgett.iLos Angeles.
Feb. Si North. Fork JHumboldt ...
Feb. SfOooa Bay "Pt. San Luis.!
Feb. 8 Nile !Honpkong ...
Feb. SiPresident !Puget Sound. ,
Feb. 8 Harvard lLos Angeles. I
Feb. 8!Roanoke (Sen Dletro...
Feb. R ! Centra}i» 'Los Angeles.
Feb. ft Santa Monica. ..lLos Angeles.
Ob. ft Santa Barbara. iLoe Angeles.!
Feb. S'Bee [Pupet Sound.;
Feb. 9 BeaTer Portland ...I
Keb. O'Pomo I Point Arena..
Feb. 9 Arctic Fort Bragg.. !
Feb. 10 Northland Portland ...I
Feb. 10'Redondo |Cooe Bay ..I
Feb. 10'F. A. KUburn. .'Humboldt ...I
Feb. 10;Yale |Loe Angeles. |
Feb. lOBuckman jPuget Sound.!
Feb. 101 Bear 'Los Angeles.!
Feb. 10'Queen !San Diego...!
F"h. lO.Paratso [Portland ...!
Feb. ll'Sqeoma jSydney j
F"eb. lljl'matilla :Puget Soi;nd.
Feb. 11 J. B. Stetson. .iLos Angeles.
Feb. 12;Harvard 'San Diego...;
Feb. 12 Sfa Foam !Point Arena..';
Feb. 12 Brunswick !Fort Brass.. !
Feb. 12 Santa Clara ... Los Angeles. ,
Feb. 12 Wllhelmina (Honolulu ...'
Feb. 12:Phoenix [Humboldt ..!
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TO SAH. FROM SEATTLE
Destination
Steamer
i Dat«
Skagway & Way Ports, i Jefferson fFeb. 7
Reward & Way Porte.JAlameda Feb. 8
Kodiak k Way Ports. .(Yukon [Feb. 20
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
I'i-r 3 Washington-Pier 17 Union 1
Pier 5 Jackson P!t 19 Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway l.Pler 23 Greenwich!
Pier 11 Broadway 2Pier 25 Greenwich 2
ri.-r 1" ValleJo'Pier 27 Lombard
Pier 15 Green Pier 51 Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET BTRKKT
PUr 2 Mission l!Pier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2 Pier 28 Main
Pier 6 Howard l|Pier34 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2!Pier 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard SiPier 38 First
Pier IS Folsom 1 'Pier 401
Pier 14 Folsom 2!Pier 42 J- P. XT. S. S. Co.
Pirr Iβ Harrison!Pier 44 J
Pier 20 StenartlPier 54 Fourth
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States roast and freodetie surrey—Time
and hflghtg of tides at Fort Point. For city
froat (Mission street wharf>, add 25 mlnntei.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY C
Sunrises 7:10
Sun sets 6:3S
Moon sets 6:06 p. m.
First quarter moon. . .February 14. at 12:25 a. m.
Full moon February 20, at 5:45 p. m.
ITlmel Time Time, Timel
Feb. - -I Ft Ft Ft Ft
[H W\ I. W Ff Wi L W!
•:..; 0:441 4.8 5:20' :Uj1l:17 5.6! (>:13|—0.2
7..I 1:11 4.R| ">.. r i8! 2.8 11:54 ft.3 e:,-{9 0.1
8.. J 1:SH 4.8! fS-.m 2.6'l2:3J 6.0; 7:04 O.n
J).. 2:01 4.k; 7:1K 2.8 1KIB 4.7 7:30 1.0
10.. 2:r_'! 4.8: 8:01 2.11 1:33 4.3 7:*7 1.4
11..12:401 4.»! 8:51 1 l.s' 2:.V>( 3.8 8:24 1.9
I^..! M:00i 5.0 1 8:49! l.r«| 4:l»' S.5 , , 8:. r ».s! 2.4
Time Ball
United States Branch Hydrogranbir Office. Mer
chants' Exchange, San Francisco, February
5. 1013.
The time ball on tbe r<vif of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon, Pacific etand-
Hrd time (120 th meridian), or a< Bh. 00m. 00s.
Greenwich mean time.
D. O. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, V. S. N., in Charge.
U.S. Branch Hydrographic Office
A branch of tbe I'nited States liydrographle
office, located In the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially Invited to
visit tb»» office, where a complete s«t of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and refprence. and the latest
information can always be obtained regarding
lights, clanger* to na-rigation and matter* of in
terest to ocean commerce.
B. O. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N-. in Charge.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low wafor, entrance to harbors.
PLACE I Ft. I Date
e«t water over b«r,
with Inner bar P. 8.
can buoy bearing NE.
same.
bannel to the soiith-
ward and rhanping a
lit tie to the north.
:.

aannel soutb of range,
150 to 200 feet. In
poo<l shape.
••
mpqua
out for buoy,
tranters entering should
keej> range well open
to northward.
est water 500 f<
black buoy at
jetty.
-
order.
out, slightly to
ward.
I
channel c
navigation.
■;i in:- 1 '
30 feet
nearly to
[ ......r
.
Will 1.0.mi1 for Australia
The British gleaner Harmifttn"n h under time
eftarter for (ho Australfun frndc, via north Pa
cific, at (is 3d, ami not as previuu<s:y repoiicd.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
These report* are received directly
from the Pacific coast stations of the
Marconi Wireless company t
Tuesday, February 4.
STEAMER CITY OF PARA—From Panama for
San Francisco; 8 p. m., 436 miles south of San
Francisco; all well.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—From Hilo for San
Francisoo; 8 p. m., 358 miles from San Fran
cisco lightship; moderate easterly breeze;
smooth sea; all well.
STEAMER OLEtTM—From Port San Luis for
Portland; S p. m., 374 miles north of San
Francisco.
BTEAMER LEWIS LUCKENBACH—From San
Francisoo for Panama; midnight. 70 miles south
of San Francisco; all well.
STEAMER CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS— With barge
83 in tow. from Seattle for San Francisco; 8
p. m., 9 miles south of Columbia riTer.
Wednesday, February 5.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—From Hilo for San
Francisco; due Thursdaly morning, Feb. 6. 8
o'clock.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5.
STEAMER LURLINE— 8 p. m., 522 miles from
lightship.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—B p. m., 112 miles
from lightship.
STEAMER HANALEI-β p. an., 4 mtlet north of
Pledras Blancae,
STEAMER CHXHALIS-β p. m.. 19 mile* north
of San Francisco.
STEAMER GENERAL HUBBARD- S p. m., out
bide the bar.
ASTORrA, Feb. 5.
STEAMER BREAKWATER—PortIand-Marshfleld;
3 miles south of Yaquina at 8 p. m.
STEAMER BEAR—Portland-San Francisco; in
Columbia river, 40 miles from Astoria, at 8
p. m.
STEAMER ROSE CITY—San Francisco Portland;
off Umpqua river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER ITMATILLA—SeattIe San Francisco;
25 miles south of Destruction Island at S p. in.
STEAMER NAVAJO—Southbound; crossed Colum
bia river bar at 8:40 p. m.
SEATTLE. Feb. 3.
STEAMER ROMA—Tβ com t-San Francisco; off
Race rock.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSLOR—I9 miles from,
and bound to Ererett.
EUREKA. Feb. 5.
STEAMER SENATOR—B miles south of Cape
Blanco.
STEAMER CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS—With barge
93 in tow; 24 miles south of Cape Blanco.
STEAMER CITY OF TOPEKA—Passed out at 10
a. m.
STEAMER HTTMBOLDT—7 p. m. t off Seal rock. '
STEAMER RIVERSIDE—With schooner Oceania
Vance in tow; 10 mllee eonth of Eel rlrer.
STEAMER WASHTENAW—34O miles north of
San Francisco.
STEAMER OOL. E. L. DRAKE—22 milea north
of Cape Blanco.
STEAMER MTTLTNOMAH—« p. m. IS miles
north of Trinidad.
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN—2S4 miles south of
Columbia riyer.
EAST SAN PEDRO, Feb. 5.
STEAMER HANALEI—I mil's north of Pledras
BlauL-as, northbound, at 7:30 p. m.
STEAMER NORTHLAND—Off Point Buchon,
southbound.
BRITISH BTEAMER PECTAN—Feb. 4, 8 p. m.,
62G miles south of San Francisco, northbound.
STEAMER PENNSYLVANIA—Feb. 4, 8 p. m.,
600 miles south of San Pedro, southbound.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
SAU PEDRO, Feb. 6.—After h*Tin* dis
charged 650,000 fpet of lumber f*r consignees at
San Diego, steamer Avalon retnrned focre, took
passengers and cleared for Seattle, via San
Fraaeleco.
Steamer Columbia completed the discharge
of 850,000 feet of lumber for the Consolidated
Lumber company at Wilmington, and cleared for
Portland to reload, taking passengers and freight
for the West Coast Steamship company at San
Franclseo.
Steamer Tallac has arrived from. Port Ludlow,
carrying a cargo of polej and piling, consigned
to tbe Weir & Jordan company and others.
After having discharged 1,400.000 feet of lum
ber for wholesalers here and others at San
Diego, the ateamer Stanley Dollar cleared today
for Grays Harbor, In ballast, to reload.
Steamer Daisy I%eemau Jibs arrived from Re.
doudo Beach, with the balance of a lumber
cargo loaded at Grays Harbor.
Steamer Speedwell finished discharging 850.
--000 feet of lumber, and cleared for Cooa Bay to
reload, taking passengers and freight for the
West Coast Steamship company at San Francisco.
Eaelfic Coast company's steamer President pro
ceeded this morning from San Diego with pas
sengers and freight, and will touch here tomor
row, northbound, for Puget sound ports, via San
Franclaco.
Steamer Tamslpafs finished discharging 600.000
feet of lumber for the E. K. Wood Lumber com
pany, and cleared tonight for Grays Harbor to
reload, taking passengers and freight for San
Fraueieeo.
Carrying full cargoes of lumber for the Kerck
hoff-Cnzner company, the steamer San Gabriel
and schooners Lucy and Louise are on the way
from Urapqua river.
Steamer Olympic arrived tbU morning from
Columbia river, carrying 850,000 feet of lumber
for the E. K. Wood Lumber company.
Steamer Lakme completed the discharge, of
700,000 feet of lumber for the Consolidated Lum
ber company, and cleared for Eureka, In ballast,
to reload.
Steamer St. Helens, arriving from Portland,
will discharge 1.500,000 feet of lumber for the
Southern California Lumber company.
Steamer Caspar returned from San Diego, die
charged balance of lumber cargo anil cleared for
San Francisco for order*.
PORTLAND. Feb. s.—The Oerman ah!f> Terp
sichore cleared at the custom house this morning ,
for Queenstown, Falmouth or Plymouth, for
orrters. with 120.065 bushels of wheat, Talued at
5104,975. She was cleared by M. H. Houeer.
To discharge her cargo of general freight from
Ncwcastle-on-Tyne, the French bark General de
Negrler ar'ved at the North Bank dock thla
morning.
To load a cargo of lumber for Australia, the
schooner George K. Billings was towed up to St.
Helens this morning.
Carrying passengers and freight, the steamer
Bear. Captain Nopander. sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The steamer Roanoke, Captain Dtekaoa, sailed
for the same ports and San Diego tonight.
Bringing a cargo of 200 trnii of general
freight, the steamer Coaster, Captain Xason,
arrived this morning at 6 o'clock from San
Francisco. She will load CiC.OOO feet of lumber
at Llnnton for San Diego.
Because of being dragged under almost con
tinuously by the current. Sand Island bell buoy
So. 9 has been discontinued. Being under the
water so much, It could not ring, and at those
times was a menace to navigation, says H, L.
Beck, lightbouie Inspector for the seventeenth
district. Another reason given for discootlnnrog
the buoy is that the recently installed ascetylene
gas buoys make It unnecessary.
Clatsop spit buoy, which was carried out of po
sition by the current, wae re-established yester
day by the tender Manzanita.
ASTORIA, Feb. 5. —The German bark Oater
bok. laden for the United Kingdom, will be
towed to sea Thursday.
Steamer Breakwater Bailed today for Cooe Bay
with fn-ipht and passengers. The eteamer is
now under the command of Captain MacGenn,
who recently returned from Washington, where
he went to urge an appropriation for the im
provement of Cooe bay.
The stonm schooner Shasta shifted Tuesday
night from Wauna to Westport, where it will
flnish loading.
Steam schooner J. B. Stetson sailed today
for Grays Harbor to load lumber for San Fran
cisco.
The British bork British Yeoman cleared today
for Sydney with a cargo of lumber.
The tank fcteamer Oleum arrived this morning
from San Francisco with a carjro of crude oil.
Bteam schooner Willamette arriTcd today from
San Francisco and will load lumber.
ETTREXA, Cal.. Feb. s.—Fire this afternoon
putted the house of the Sequoia Yoeht clnb on
Ounther'n island, damage in the sum of $4,000
being done. The blaze started from the ex
plosion of a can of tar which was being heated
by workmen engaged in repairing the roof of
the building.
The steamer Despatch, which arrired early
this afternoon from San Francisco, brought mail
and freight.
The steamers City of Topeka, North Fork and
Aberdeen departed this morning for San Fran
cisco. The City of Topeka carried mall and pas
sengers.
ABERDEEN, Feb. 6.—Schooner Dauntless,
from Honolulu, will reload for the same port at
the R. K. Wood mill in Hoqtiiam.
Steamer J. B. Stetson sailed for California
ports and the steamer Newburg arrived.
Schooner Ktbel Zane began loading for San
Francisco.
SEATTLE, Feb. fi.—Arrived: Steamers Jef
fprson, Nkngway: ratania. San Franoiwo.
Sailed: Steamer J.oelanaw. Sen Francisco;
rivcnue cutter Tahoma, Tort Towntend.
Weather Report
United States department of agriculture-
Weather bureau, San Francisco. Feb. 5, 1913.
RAINFALL DATA
STATIONS
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Eureka 10.00 124.75 25.03 19.34
Red Bluff 0.00 13.17 14.01 6.73
Sacramento 0.00 C.32 11.38 4.16
Ht. Tamalpais 0.00 15.81 13.37 8.01
San Francisco 0.00 8.82 '13.26 5.89
San Joee 0.00 3.91 9.49 4."7 «
Fresno 0.00 j 2.52 5.44 3.05
Independence 0.00 | 0.92 5.32 0.87
San Luis Obispo ! 0.00 4,51 |11.3» I 7.12
Los Angeles I 0.00 2.ftO | 8.e8 | l.K
San Diego | 0.22 [ 3.10 | 5.58 | 2.57
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
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Baker
Bolee
Pel Monte ..
Eureka
Flagstaff ...
Fresno
Helena
Honolulu ...
28j .011 Red Bluff ..162! 38 .(
28 .00) Beno 52) 28 .1
I 50 .00 Roseburg ... 60 34 .<
44 J .00 Sacramento . 58 42 .<
Iβ .00 Salt Lake... 48 36 .1
40 .00 San Diego... 60 52 .:
I -8 .00 M. Francisco. 62 52 .(
64 .00 San Jose ... 66 44 .<
2'4 .00 S. L. Obmpo. 68 46 .<
-12 .OO'iS-E. Farallon 56 .. .<
50 .00 Spokane ....18 10 J
.. .OO|t*Sunirait ... 40 22 .i
18 .00 ITacoma 138 82 .'
40 .Oo'iTatooeh 36 82 .(
38 .04!|ToDopah 44 30 .<
40 .00'Walla 22 18 .:
20 .00' ! Winnemucca. 52 22 .(
51 Tr.iYuma 64 50| .1
3O| .»K)il
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Head.
1C ....
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Light
id ...
•Snow on ground, 7S inches.
EASTERN STATIONS
Atlantic City
Boston
Buffalo
Charleston ..
Chicago
Denrer
Des Moines..
Podge City..
Puluth
2S| Tγ. <n*tville ...144 28 .00
28| .00 LouieTille .. 122 34 .00
22 .IX' vremphls ...Uβ 30 .00
8! .12 Montgomery. [58 .. .00
44 .00 Montreal ...|14! ..|'Jr.
-2 .00 Mooriwad ... | 2!-ls| Tr.
4 .01 N'pw Orleans 5Si 401 .00
2 .00 Sfw York... 261 20| .00
e .00 North Platte 26| -2 .10
-24! Tr. Oklahoma ..Uβ 16 .00
14 .00 Pittsburg ...120 12 .00
12 .OejiRoewi-ll 5« 24| .00
50 .OOiiSt. l»uis ... Iβ 8 .00
-10, .00 St. Paul 2-12 .00
42 .00|;Tampa 78 .. .01
-14 .00 Toledo 14 2 .00
-14 .00 Washington . 38 SO .00
48 .OOi,Winnipeg ...'.. -221 .00
6[Tr.ii
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Duranjto ....
Eastport
Galveston ...
Ore«>n Bay..
Hatteras ...
Harre
Huron
•ALASKA STATIONS
Eagle
Nome
01-26! .00|!Taaana |20|
581 22! .OOiiValdez Ittj J
Ml 26! .OO;!Uut<-h Harbr|42; J
.on
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Sitka
•Afternoon reports of preceding day.
SYNOPSIS' OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure is beginning to fall along tbe
entire coast. Cloudy weather prevails and rain
has fallen at San Diego and also throughout
Arizona. The pressure distribution is unfavor
able for fair weather. The southern disturbance
will probably extend ov«»r most of California
Thursday and the long dry spell will probably be
broken.
An area of high pressure overlies the Rocky
mountain section and extends east to the south
Atlantic states. A storm of moderate energy
overlies Ontario and will move quickly down the
St. Lawrence valley.
Temperatures are still low at all eastern points.
The greatest fall has occurred in Texas amount-
Ing to 30 degrees. Temperature* are below freez
ing from northern Texas to Virginia.
Iα California temperatures are still high, but
will fall Thursday.
FORECAST
Forecast for the 30 hours ending at midnight,
Thursday, February G. 1013:
For San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy, nn
settled weather Thursday with showers; brisk
east wind.
For Banta Clara valley—Cloudy, cooler Thurs
day with showers; moderate fouth wind.
For Sacramento valley—Showers, cooler Thurs
day; moderate south wind.
For San Joaquln valley—Cloudy Thursday with
showers; cooler; moderate north wind.
For California couth, of Tehachapi—Showers,
cooler Thursday: brisk east wind.
A. G. MeADIE, District Forecaster.
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN
SACRAMENTO, Feb. s.—Observations taken at
7 a. m.. today.

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Kennett, Sacramento riven.) 25.0
Rod Bluff, Sacramento river 23.0
8t. John. Stony creek 12.0
Jarlnto, Sacramento river..! 21.0
Colusa. Sacramento river... 20.0
Knlgbta Landing, Secto. riv 18.0
Orovill*. Feather river 25.0
MarvsvlHe. Ynba rlTer SO.O
Nlcolaus, Feather river.... 25.0
Foleom, American river
Sacramento, Saeto. river... 20.0
Bio Vista. Sacramento river 13.0
San Joaquin Watershed—
Jacksonville Tuolumne river 20.0
Melones, Stanislaus river
Lathrop, San Joaqnin river. 17.0
Jenny Llnd, Calaveran river 1.0.0
Klectra, Mokelumne river... 12.0
Bensonn Ferry, Mokelumne. 12.0
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-0.2
•0.2
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—0.1
-0.2
-0.1
-0.0
-0.1
-0.1
-0.2
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♦Indicates a rise. —Indicates a fall.
RIVER FORECAST
The rlrers «f both watersheds will continue to
fall elowly during the next few days.
N. R. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster.
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVED
Wednesday, February 5.
4:15 a. m.. »tmr laqua. Self, 64 hoars from
WHlapa; bound wwth, put In for fuel.
4:50 a. m.. etmr Fort Rrajrc, Ellasen. R4 hours
from Grays Harbor; 560.000 feet lumber t» C. H.
Hlggins.
8 a. m., stmr Arctic. Ltnder, iri boars from
Fort Bragg; 315.000 feet lumber to Union Lum
ber company.
2 p. m.. etmr Phoenix. Kokorlt*, 28 hours
Eureka; 260,000 feet lumber to E. J. Dodpe & Co.
2:10 p. m.. stmr ReraHl, Neleon. 28 bourn from
Eureka: 780,000 feet lumber to Hammond Lumber
company.
4:20 j>- «•• stmr Nehalem, Tietjen, 77 hours
from Wlllapa: 750,000 foet lumber to Hicks,
Hauptman & Co.
CLEARED
Wednesday, February 5.
Stmr" Harrard. Jepsen. San Diego; Pacific
Narlgation company.
Stmr Bearer. Mason. San Pedro; San Frincisco
and Portland Steamship eorapnnr.
Stmr Chehalis, Koffold, Grays Harbor; Sudden
It Chrlstensen.
Ger stmr Uarda, Moennlch, Seattle and Ta
coma; Kosmoa line.
Ger etmr Clereland, Kler, Yokohama via Hono
lulu; H. H. Kbcy.
Tuesday. February 4.
— p. m., etmr Acme, Olsen, Eureka.
Wednesday. February 5.
R:25 a. m., etmr laqua. Self. San Pedro.
9:50 a. no., stmr Daisy. Smith, Astoria.
11:55 a. m., Br itnir Aorangl, Sterens, Sydney,
etc.
12:05 p. m., U. S. etmr Sherman, Hall, Manila
via Honolulu.
12:20 p. m.. etinr F. A. Kllburn, McLellan,
Eureka.
12:25 p. m., tftnt Bearer, Mason. San Pedro.
8:05 p. m., stmr Santa Clara. Jessen, San
Pedro, etc.
4:00 p. m.. etmr Neradan, Anderson, Sallna
Cruz.
4:20 p. m., etmr Harrrrd, Jepsen. Ban Diego.
4:20 p. m., etmr Brunswick, Wahlgren, Fort
Bragg.
4:-10 p- m., etmr Sea Foam, Henrickson, Mendo
cldo. etc.
4:43 p. m., Ger etmr Uarda. Moennlch, Seattle.
4:45 p. m., U. 8. etmr Justin, Merrlweather,
5:25 p. m.. sttnr Scotia. Wlukel. Caspar.
5:45 p. m., stmr Chehalis, KoSold, Grays
Harbor.
8:30 p. n>., etmr Wellesley, Lnndqulst, Eu
reka. •
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 5, 10 p. m.—Weather
hazy; wind NE: velocity 10 mile* an hour.
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOB. Feb. 5. 9 a. m.— Foggy; wind
NE; Telocity 8 miles an hour.
POIXT REYEB, Feb. 5, 9 a. m.—Cloody; wind
SE; reloelty 15 mUes en hour,
i FARALLONES. Feb. 5. » a, in.—Cloudy; wind
E: vplocity S miles an b"ur.
TATOOSH. Feb. ."». 8 a. io.--Soowlnjr: wind X;
i TeWity 30 miles •» boor.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. .',. 12 m.—foggy; wind
i NJG; Telvcity 8 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. Feb. 5, 3 p. m.—Haij; wind
Nff; Telocity 4 miles an hoar.
NORTH HEAD. Feb. 5. 12 m.—Cloody; wind
E; Telocity 20 miles an hour; bar smooth.
POINT REYES, Feb. 5, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
3; Telocity ti miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
ALBION—ArrITed Feb. 5. 7 a. m.—Stmr Casco,
from Needle rock. •
Sailed Feb. 5, 11 a. m.—Rtmr Pasadena, for
San Francisco; 1 p. m.. etnir Porno, for San
Francisco.
BANDON—Sailed Feb. 5, 11 a. m.—Stmr Elisa
beth, for San Francisco.
PORT SAN LUlS—Sailed Feb. s—Stmr Santa
Maria, for Honolulu; stmr Whittier. for San
Francisco; 8:30 a. m., etmr Coos Bay, for San
Francisco. .
Arrived Feb. 5, 7 a. m.—Stmr Cooa Bay. from
Ventura.
POINT ARENA—Arrived Feb. &—Stmr Helen
P. Drew, hence Feb. 4.
Sailed Feb. s—Stmr Helen P. Drew, for Green
wood.
GREENWOOD— ArrWed Feb. s—Stinr Helen P.
Drew, hence Feb. 4.
Sailed Feb. s—Stmr Whltesboro, for San Fran
cisco.
UMPQUA—SaiIed Feb. s—Schr Caroline, for
San Pedro.
FORT BRAGG—Sailed Feb. 6, 2:30 p. m.—
Stmr Noyo, for San Francisco and San Pedro.
RAYMOND—SaiIed Feb. 5, 9«0 a. m.—Stmr
Willapa, for Ska Pedro; 10 a. m., itmr Dorla, for
San Pedro.
SAN DlEGO—Sailed Feb. s—Stmr Argyll, for
Port San Luis.
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Feb. s—Stmr St. Hel
ens, gtmr Olympic, stmr Daisy Freeman, etmr
Geo. W. Feuwlck, from Aetorin: stmr ATalon.
stmr Caspar, from San Diego; etmr Tallac, from
Tacoma.
Sailed Feb. s—Schr James H. Bruce, for Lad
low; etmrs Avalon. Bee, Grays Harbor and
Tamalpals, for San Francisco: etmr President, for
San Diego: etmr Stanley Dollar, for Grays Har
bor; stmr Caspar, for Caspar.
ASTORlA—Arrived Feb. 4—Stmr Anrella, from
Kan Pedro. Feb." 5, 9 a. m.—Stmr Oleum, from
Port Sen T.uls.
Sailed Feb. o, 11 a. m,—Stuir Breakwater, tor
Coos Bay.
Railed Feb. 5, 7 a. m.—Stmr J. B. Stetson, for
Grays Harbor: to sail midnight, stmr Narajo,
for Han Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 5, 2 p. n>. —Stmr Willamette,
hence Feb. 3,
MONTEREY—SaiIed Feb. 4, 8 p. m.—Stmr W.
F. Herrln, for Portland.
TATOOSH—Passed Feb. 5, 8 a. m.—Associated
Oil company's steamer (probably) J. A. Chanslor,
hence Feb. 2 for ETerett; la. m., etmr Buekraan,
from Seattle for San Francisco; 11 a. m.. tug Go
llah, with ship Star f>f Lapland in tow. nence
Feb. 1 for Port Angeles. Feb. 4, 3:20 p. m.—
Jap (tmr Tacoma Maru, from Tacoma for China
ami Japan; stmr (probably) Br stmr Bilbster,
from Seattle for Yokohama.
Passed Feb. 5. 1:50 p. m.—Stmr TJmatllla,
from Seattle and Puger sound ports for San Fran
cisco; 2 p. m.. stmr Francis H. Leggett. rrotn
Tacoma for San Pedro.
COOS BAY—ArriTed Feb. 5, 8:30 a. m.—Stmr
Alliance, from Astorix.
SEATTLE—SaiIed lob. 4—Stmr Umatilla, for
Sau Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 5— Stiu- Catania, from Port San
Luis; .". p. in. etmr JefferHon. from Ketchikan,
TACOMA—Sailed Feb. 4—Stuir Francis H. Leg
gett, for San Pedro.
Sailed Feb. s—Stmr Atlas, for San Francisco;
etmrs Watson, La Touehe and Queen, for Seattle.
Arrived Feb. B—Schr Commerce, from Town
send; stmr Queen, from Seattle.
EAST SAN PEDRO—Arrived Feb. 5, 7 a. a.—
Stmr Geo. W. Fenwick. from Astoria.
EUREKA—SaiIed Feb. 6, 10 a. m.— Stmr City
of Topeka. for San Francisco; 11 a. m., stmr
North Fork, for San Francisco; 11 a. m., »tmr
Aberdeen, for San Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 5, 1 p. m. —Stmr Despatch, hence
Feb. 4.
ABERDEEN—Arrived Feb. 5, 9 a. m —Stmr J.
B. Stetson, from Astoria; scbr DauDtless. from
Honolulu.
Sailed Feb. 5, 10 a. m.—Stmr Newburg, for
San Francisco.
VENTURA—SaiIed Feb. 4. midnight—Stmr
George Loomls. for San Francisco.
MARSHFIELD—SaiIed Feb. 5. 11:30 a. m.—
Stmr Nann Smith, for San Francisco.
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK—Cleared Feb. 4— Br stmr Craster
Hall. fo& Valparaiso.
Sailed Feb. 4—Stmr Ancon, for Colon.
BOSTON—Arrived Feb. 4— Br etmr Sandon
Hall, from Manila; Br etmr Wray Castle, from
Shanghai.
ISLAND PORTS
MANILA—Sailed Feb. 2— U. S. strar Thomas,
for San Francisco via Nagasaki and Honolulu.
FOREIGN PORTS
TOCOPILLA—Arrived Feb. s— Br ermr Oberon,
from Port San Luis.
MELBOURNE—Arrived Feb. 2— Br stmr Queen
Elizabeth, from Tacoma.
CALLAO —Arrived Jan. 17 —Nor etmr Tricolor,
hence Dec. 13 via Panama and Payta.
Arrived prior Feb. s—Schr5 —Schr Forester, from
South Bend.
COLOMBO—Arrived Feb. 3— Br ttmr Kioto,
from New York for Manila.
HAKODATE—Arrived Feb. s— Br stmr Hasel
Dollar, from Shanghai.
VICTORIA—SaiIed Feb. s—Stmr UmatiUa, for
San Francisco.
VANCOUVER—Arrived Feb. 4— Br etmr Ma
kura, from Sydney. Feb. s—Stmr5 —Stmr Asuncion,
hence Feb. 1.
LIVERPOOL— Sailed Feb. 2— Br stmr Titan,
for Puitet sound.
SALINA CRUZ—Sailed Feb. 3—Stmr Nebras
kan, for San Francisco.
HONGKONG —Sailed Jan. 20—Jap stmr Yoko
hama Maru, for Puitet sound. Feb. 4—Stmr Ko
rea, for San Francisco.
ANTOFAGASTA—Arrived Feb. 3—Schr Alpena,
from Paget sound.
VALPARAISO—SaiIed Feb. S—STchr Wm. H.
Smith, for Aberdeen.
ACAPULCO—SaiIed Feb. 3—Stmr Pern, for San
Francisco.
AUCKLAND —Arrived prior Feb. 4— Br etmr
Cape Finesterre. from New York.
LAS PALMAS—Arrived Feb. 4— Br etmr Ma
gician, hence Dec. 7 for Liverpool; Br etmr
Manciinla. from Oregon for United Kingdom.
CRISTOBAL—SaiIed Feb. 2—Stmr Alliance,
for New York.
SHANGHAI—ArrITed prior Feb. s—Stmr Si
beria, hence Jan. 9 via Honolulu and Yokohama.
PORT NATAL—Arrived Feb. s— Br etmr Sil
verbirch, from Baltimore for Manila.
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—ArriTed Feb. s—Stmr Aneona.
from Naples; stmr Kroonland. from Antwerp;
stmr Berlin, from Naples; stmr Martha Wash
ington, from Naples.
Sailed Feb. s—Stmr5 —Stmr Carmania. for Liverpool;
utmr Laplaod, for Antwerp; stmr Alice, for Pa
tras.
BOSTON—Arrived Feb. s— : Stmr Menomlne*.
from Antwerp.
Railed Feb. r>—Stmr Saxonia. for Liverpool.
PROVIDENCE (R. I.)—ArrlTed Feb. 5— Stmr
Roma, from Marseille.
QrEENSTOWN—SaiIed Feb. s—Stmr Car
pathla. for Boston.
ROTTERDAM—Arrived Feb. 4—Stmr C»ar,
from New York for Llbau.
GENOA —Arrived Feb. s—Stmr5 —Stmr Cedrlc, from
New York.
LIVERPOOL —Arrived Feb. s—Stmr Campania,
from Now York.
ANTWERP—Arrived Feb. 4—Stmr Manltou,
from Philadelphia.
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Feb. B—Stmr Phila
delphia, for New York; utmr Kaiser Wilbelm 11.
from Bremen for New York.
LEGISLATIVE DISCUSSION
Alameda Delegation to Sacramento
v / Organizes for Purpoae
J&HCL.AND. Feb. 6.—To form a com-
body for the discussion of the
presentation of the interests of this
county at Sacramento the members ot
the Alameda county legislative delega
tion will organize at a meeting Friday
evening. State Senator Edward J.
Tyrrell will be elected chairman, Sen
ator E. K. Strobridge having with
drawn. In order that constituents may
come into contact with the members of
the legislature weekly meetings will be
held in the various districts. A plan
of action will be outlined P'riday.
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LICHTENSTEIN ARGUMENT
IS DUE TO END TODAY
Wife Defamed So' Husband
Might Avoid Alimony,
Attorney Moore Says
A detailed review of the evidence in
the suit of Nat Lichtenstein for divorce
from Anita Feder Lichtenstein was
made yesterday by Attorney Stanley
A. Moore in his summing up of the
case that has been on trial for nearly
two weeks before Judge Graham. Mr.
Moore failed to complete his argument
and the court adjourned until 2 o'clock
this afternoon, when, it is expected,
both Mr. Moore and George A. Knight,
for the husband, will close their argu
ments.
Moore began the session with a re
view of the causes leading up to the
conepiracy, which, he declared, had bee n
put upon Mrs. L.ichtenstein to defame
her and to provide her husband with
spurious material for divorce. He de
clared that step by step the "conspira
tors" got her into a position that might
be deemed compromising, with an inti
mate friend of the X.ichtensteins, whom
she trusted.
He attributed the inception of the
conspiracy to a desire to get a divorce,
obtain the diamonds owned by Mrs.
Lichtenatein and to avoid paying: the
discredited wife alimony. Moore
charged that the conspiracy ripened
rapidly after the employment by the
Lichtensteins of Milton A. Nathan as
their attorney.
After dissecting the scene at the res
taurant Moore attacked the Seattle
depositions introduced by the husband.
*He pointed out conflicting evidence
given in the depositions of Sol Reitlcr
and "Walter Schaffner, declared Reitler
showed that he lied when he asserted
he had been intimate with Mrs. Lich
tensteln and that Schaffner failed to
corroborate Reitler as the husband's at
torneys had hoped. Moore
that Reitler Interviewed Nathan in Se
attle before giving the deposition, but
was careful to make the deposition in
Vancouver, B. C, without the juris
diction of American justice.
NOTORIOUS BUNKO MAX ARRESTED
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
WOODLAND, Feb. 5.—-George Lee,
who is believed to be a notorious bunko
man, was arrested this morning in
Davis by Sheriff James Monroe for the
holdup and robbery of Louis C. Stevens
at Davis Tuesday night. Lee admits
that he was one of the trio of men im
plicated.
Plekpockete Buey—Pickpockets robbed
I , red \vilt yesterday of a wallet con
taining a diamond stickpin, a gold
brooch and 12 theater tickets. Mrs R
Sheppard, 491 Dolores street, lost her
purse containing $55, and E. Safstron
492 Haight street, was robbed of a
purse containing a diamond stud
watch, chain and locket and a diamond
studded knife.
Hlsth Masons to Banquet—The four
chapters of Royal Arch Masons of San
Francisco will attend a banquet and
Joint meeting in honor of their grand
high priest, L.co V. Youngrworth of Los
Angeles, in Golden Gate Commandery
hall next Saturday nierht. The com
mittee in charge are Grand Lecturer
Harry Ascroft and M. G. Bugbee. Jo
seph F. Halloran, W. H. Reid and J H.
Murch Jr.
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Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Chicago Feb. 15 Rochambeau..Apr. 5
Rochambeau.Mar. 8 Chicago Apr. 12
Chicago Mar, 15 Caroline Apr. 26
Niagara. ...Mar. 23 Niagara Apr. 23
rUGAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Montgomery Street, San Francisco
CABIN OFFICE, 673 MARKET STREET.
F rATUS—LONDON ~ROTTERDAM. 1
f T-vii Sorew Ssilincs TuosJay, lo a. m.
•ri.viKmni.Mar lljtN'ew Amsterdam.Keb.i.%
fUott :<lHm.Slar.lB|*N<:iorOMni Mar.li 4
•Via Boulogne. iPl>-uiouth tt Boulogue
P&clflc Coast Office. 319 Geary street.
BOY SMUGGLES MORPHINE
Woodland Youtb Betrayed By Prisoner
Whom He Supplied
(Special IMspatch to The Cain
WOODLAND, Feb. s.—Roy Beamer.
a youth well known hero, was arrested
today on a charge of smuggling: mor
phine to the county prisoners. His
preliminary examination will be held
Monday. According to Sheriff Monroe.
Beamer has been sending drags into
the prison in sacks of tob*cco. One
of the prisoners whom Beamer hfca
been feeding confessed.
I,eetui> by l,evy—l-ouis Levy of the,
local publicity bureau of the, Panama-
Pacific exposition, will lecture on th«
Panama canal and th« coming
tion in the Mission high school audi
torium, Dolores and Kiphteenth. to
night at S o'clock. Colored sli<les and
moving pictures will illustrate Mr.
Levy's lecture. to
PACIFIC OCR VN_ TKAVBf.
LOSINGELES a≤
•SANTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO yi^ffedN
EUREKA /sim*m%h
SEATTLE ((vHLV
TACOMA Vlt TORIA \
VANCOUVER Ns4l/Hu\?/
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Included in Far*
LEAVE FROM HERS 9 «od 11
Lo« AuK'ies. San. Diego, -Santa Barbara
President Feb. IT; Mar. 3. 2 p. m.
Queen t>b. 10, 24. 2p. m.
•State of Cal Feb. 6, 13, 20, 2T. 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tacoma. Townietfl,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaika
President Feb. 8. 22, 11 a- m.
Queen Feb. 15. 11 t. m.
Umatilla Feb. 11. 25, 2 p. tn.
Senator or City of Puebla Feb. 4, IS, 2 p. m.
Eureka (Humboldt Bay)
Topeka..Feb. 7, 12, Iβ. 21. 20; Mar. f, 12 nooe
Alaska Cruises, 1913. LeaTe Seattle
Spokane.June IS; July 2, 16, 30.; Aug. 1", 10 p.m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE."—Palace Hotel, R53 Market
street: 10 Market street and Broadway wharf.
• Telephone Kearny 491*.
OAKLAND—I 226 Broadway; tel. Oakland 5680.
BERKELEY-212r> Khattuck it.; tel. Berk. 44.
■ C. I). TU'NANN. I'assencpr Traffln Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND » LOSANfIELES
BEAR Ml BEAVER
Snils 12 noon Sails U A. M.
Friday, Today.
February 1 \Vp<lnp«<i.ir.
KPbruar.v ."ifh.
First rlaea ! ' MaSS
:'' ' i i 2rl class
BEKTH AND MEALS Include!.
The San Francinco & Portland S.S.Co.
A. OTTINGEK. Uenfral Agent.
Tkt. office, 722 Mkt, opp. Call; tel. Setter 2.°.44
8 Kast at. opp. Ferry bldjr.: tel. Snrttr 2482
Oakland office 122S Broadway; phones -Oak
land i;i4. Hume A 4331.
Berkeley office, 2105 Shatturk; tel. Berk. 331
Sacramento. Jus. Warrack. f>o4 X st.
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fant Freight Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
eailingr from New York every six days,
making: direct connpctlons with Paciflo
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Hex., every six days for Pan Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European porta under throuph
rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street. New
York. WIL.L.TAMS. DIMOND & CO.,
General Agents, Pacific Coast.
310 Sansome St.. San Francisco.
I W% ACIFIC |f» f 8T
I%f IKIVOMIX, 3103
• Ronnd Trip *110 *p^w
THE 810 FOin—"Mongolia,"
"Manchuria, ,, ••Korea," "Siberia,"
Also "China." "Persia" and "Nile" for
Honolulu, Japan. China, Manila.
Next Sailing:
"NILE" <Xo local Honolulu pasaenrew*.
February 8
PANAMA LINE
For Mexico. Central America. Pimnn.
Connecting for Europe and South America.
Next sailine (pnssenjfera and freight):
"CITY OF PARA" February 1.1
NEW EXPRESS. PASSENGKR
find FREIGHT SRRVIfE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AND NEW YORK
Next FaMnir:
"AZTEC" (freight only) Feb. 15
Full Information at
Onrrnl Ofllors 3X4 Flonrf nirte.
Ticket OIHop«i 722 Market St.
Plione KearfT 3P.2ft.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Nippon Maru (Intermediate nerrlce ealoon
accommodations at rpduced rateei .
Friday, February 21. ISI3
S. S. Tenyo Mam Saturday. March 1. 1013
S. S. Shinyo Maru (n»w>. tU Manila direct
Saturday. March 2'_\ I!'"?
S. R. Cliiyo Maru Saturday. April in. 1913
Steem»re sail frntn company's pier. No. St.
near foot of Brannan frt.. at 1 p. m.. for Yoko
hama and Honpkonp. cailing at Honolulu. Kob«
(Hlojro) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, artd con
necting at Ilongkonjr wft'h .of Maniln.
India, etc. No cargo rccplTed on board on day
of "ailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rate".
For freieht and pssssre apply at office, fnurtti
floor Western Metropolis- National Benlf buUd
\ug, <525 Market St. W. B. AVKRY.
Assistant General Manajcer.
SYDNEY short uhe
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW IO.COO-ton tteatnen
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" *nd 'VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU U^o c SYDNEY $300
HOUND THE WORLD—S6OO tirsr cabin; J3BO
second cabin, via Ceylon, Kjfjpt, Jtaiy. el<*. Üb
•ral stopover*.
Honolulu Sailings—Feb. 11. 'ZT>. etc. 2 B. m.
Sydney fallings—rvh. 11. Mar. 11. etc.. 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berflw. Srfnd for
folder. OCEANIC STrAMSHIB CO., 673 Market
street; phone Sutter 648.
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney via Titbit! end Wellington
& 8. TAHITI (lir.OOo tons> sails 11 a. in.. Mar. 5
8. 8. MOANA 110.000 tons) sails 11 a. m., April 2
S. S. AOHAJTGI tOOOO toon) vails 11 a.m., Apl ill)
ITNION S. •. C<K OF V. Z.. Ltd.
HIND, KOLPH & CO.. Goneral Agents.
Tel. Doug. 3100. Ticket Office. 679 Market St.
I ttO Maiket Si., S. F.
tiniim 111 II WILHELMINA Mfk Feb.
nUIIULULU l-th. SS. UONOLULAN sails
■ ■w. w Feb-ieth. SS. LIJRLIVE nails
MarrU 4th. New I.;,ik>o tone rii«p]a<-»
i mviit. Lecre I'iPr N<>. '■'■% Round tr:p, $110 and
ui>. l>irect service to tbo Volcano.
MATsox .\avi<;atiox company
'it» Market Street. $an Fram-Uo*
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