derelictsighted near farallones rock off alaska

DERELICT SIGHTED
NEAR FARALLONES
Will
Large Hole Torn in Portside California Delegation
Seek Regulation in Forof Bow of the Princess
warding Plants
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Apr. 18
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mild winds
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Sim Pedro,
Uite«
Apr. L\u03b2
of Ind.
)Hftiv«T
f. iilaii.l & Adtoria
Apr. l»
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hoiiKhi |ms.-il.Jf> tin- tl.-r-h* t Is Portland
Aatorla
'VonUlanrt
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boy
l>. Um AWP
the
end of the wrecked .i<>im
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m two a
TO
SAIL
off I >n\u25a0 f, iin<l
h:.-!i
tOWed 1" th«
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Sli'iiiifiJ \u25a0pent:
he revenue cutt<
Mc< luliocn
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II
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or.
H'orilniiil
und dj naraited.
p i tltm.l ... l'l HE [J
Johnson* t rip trom NewI- ni
Hun..1-1,11
Ktlburn
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upied i i 0
1Bal
I near the equator. The hull *rae \u,125a0 I 11I Shi. In....
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I'rmildeiil
foul ond the tow bs \u25a0 i>iw
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tug from 111 *» llffhtehip
Hm l»lrt[..... :i2 inn *J
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Harbor
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[>i ifai i pu
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trip
Othi
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Dollar
Portia Dd \u25a0 r, i"
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windjammer
ful.
The
MtcelCN S |>tn 10
1 A. i
Honolulu I m< 1*
IkmolulaQ
2 pm B
IMget Bound
PnebU
Su mil :t fin 1"
llnr Sni<M>lJir«< Diumi
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.or the roußheel b
IliunboUH .11 \u25a0>'» 2]
the bar In the experiei
Pica, llumboltli ... 12 m
am -\u25a0
llumbotdl ...11?"? i«i"
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i,iHoond.
I\u03b2 Ota* N>liwn
to ihe bay of pev< ral ci \u25a0 U
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4
pm
t"
break
4
commenced
Fri<3
\l.-n<l<» in.»
or. i<; s.m room
,\ :cu
swells rising with no wind, ttj
.. I'ti Brave ;4 pm
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[larrard
were occar
S*o Dl«*o..
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ipna!
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thore.
Bl i Clara.... !.-\u25a0« Ai»i(eW».
pm
apt
n«r. i
Pactolta,
l< oma,
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anta Monica... Will
The win
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!i am
Ihile, bound
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?jor\u25a0 i Juri I\u03b2
\u25a0"? pm -<
pr ivRt. Helen-.
Portland
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hich bad
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I\u03bc lHato.
by ill' rough bar.
Hmnbolot ... B pm M
>r. in North F..rk
isorted
pr. letCeoa Hay
Pt BM Lnta. 4 pm n
:\u25a0
ri«w tender
Loa Aafetes. 4 pml
Marvanl
Kodiak.
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Mam
|ll<>:itik.>t>g
?
Amo
'Inmn boats due tn move
12 na #3
:!'.Hlboa
pr. 19 Lyra
day ;i!-«' ilif windje
star of
9
Sounfl. 3 pm
pr.
19
Preeideut
Ph«*<
'Mi. Oriental and Standard.
\,|.n. farra(at.tPaset
Sonnrt. ?'! pw I\u03b2
(L\u03bc ,\np-l''>. - |»n \u25a0'J^
New Service to Seattle
B\u03b3. 1!< NcrtUlunil
The
new pauenger
and l\imber
TO SAIL FROM BBATTI?
Bteamei Oliver
tain Henry
; Da(<»
StPam'T
the olson &? Mahony comDrstiiiatl'in
I
terday from Philais
SampMir..lApr;
pet's..
War
Adra.
<8<»lrioTia &
delphia
via San Dleffo. The stei
\p"- I\u03b2
Porte. llnmbol.lt
ed at a cost of $250,000, Skagwayv .v Way
Apr. 18
Wm- Porte. Spokane
and la the first craft for the i>:
\pr. S\u03b2
KoUiak tt Way 'i',,rts. .Yukon
Mahony company
to b<- used in pasvice from the sound.
FIKK DIRECTORY
Jt is 251 feet long, with a beam of
pth of bold 20 te»
OF \IAUKKI' 9TBSMC
NORTH
.eoomniodations,
Inches
I'mon i
first .lass for 51 and second class for IMcr Ji
WasbißctooiPler 17
Tnion 2
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Tin- engines are
triple expansion,
19x30x50, with a 36
troke. The craft i.« a three mast,
gross,
ed sti \u25a0 \u25a0 I, tonnage
and capacity for 1,6*00,000 feet of lum-
.
l'it-r X,
Pier 7
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Jackson'Picr
19
PeclflcjPtw 23
liruHilway l{Pier 23
.Broadway 'J: f'ler s>
Vallejo Pier IT
KllbPi-t
Greenwich 1
2
<;ie««iiwlch
li..
Pier
IM.T 18
bombard
I !"!' 15
I'oweJl
GrecfajPler
H.j
ber.
The new steamer discharged a g>
SOI Til OF" MABKET STREKT
Spreckela
I
Commercial
Spear
Mission llPier 24
company at San Diepo and will go on Pier 2
Mission 2 Pier 2S
Main
PI r 4
i
few days for cl<
1
Pier
34
Beale
Pier
Howard
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paintingr.
and
It will leave f.
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Fn-mont
Howard 2 Pier S\u03b2
8
sound in a week on its maiden trip.
10
First
Howard B|Pl«r 38
The craft will maintain an 18 day serv- Pi.-r
rj
FV>le<wi i iPI« 4"
D Pedro and Tacoma via Pier
P. 1C B. B. fo.
«
Pier
FoUotn
2
Pier
14
!<> and Portland.
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I\u03b2
Harrtaon Pl« 14
Tvio More Aeir Boat*
SK-.iart I'icr M
Fourth
Pivr 20
ipany
Is '\u25a0(instructing: two
Siid. Moon and Tide
yards
vessels in coast
for the f'nirpd sin;., .»a-r an(J geodetic si:rT«>y?Time
lumber trade. At Hoquaim the Rosalia
Tor city
and heights of ti<l»'> at For; Point.
ny will he launched in .June and
:«'t whurf). add 2." minutes.
from
ready for commission in
14
MONDAY. AFBIL
Attfrnst It205is (gg
r^34
i accommodations,
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<; inches
;
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<%:4J&
\u25a0"!.!. .md rapacity for 1.000.000 feet of
rtM
l:-V5 a. ni.
April 80, at I:L'4 p. m.
lumber.
mt»m
Ktiil
The Mary <\u25a0
being; built in
April 27. at 10:0O p. iv.
quarter moon
Eureka andfwiU be in commission
by
rimo!
Time
er. It has no passenger accom;ons, but capacity
! Ft FT W it \u25a0
for 1 000 000 \ |H w; n i Wl
L
feet of lumber.
Tts dimensions are 207
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0.0| 7:.'K*i 4.7
4
5.1(12:041
longr, 4 1 feet 3 inches 14..I
!
L Wj
H W!
and J 4 feet fi inches depth of
L W
11 \V
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o.i 8:17
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5.2
2:44; 0.8 B:2S
MlsceUaneoiift Mntrn
2.0
8:32
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17.. »:20 1.2 9:85 5.S
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0.8
1801 lof the 18..
r.-i 4:09
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4:0fi
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1.310:32
10:38
Rusted,
In
arrived ».. 4:r-S -<>.111:::h .'..i 4:49; 1.7'H :<»S e.l
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P Ire Crom
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San
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STEAMER WIXHJELMINA HfW April 9 for
Honolulu; April ;.'. g p, m L153 mil.* ttom
San fYaiii'lßCo; Moderate wentlier: all wrll,
SKATriJi. Apirl 13.
STEAMER ARGYLL Ftom Seattle for Ban Ftbu
Pgrt
aft
?
AtiKi'itH 7 p. v).
ADMIRAL FARKAGUT Ttm Sent
BTEAMERSuii
PrUCItGO, off JKa.CC n«'U 7 p. U).
ah- for
A.s'loKl A. April l.'i.
STEAMER LANBING Not-thh.Mind. 628 »»??
<>f
m
p, n.
Bortti
Ban PYaseiaco
STEAMER CAPTAIN A F. LUCAS With barga
Bori Uof UW in luw ; tor iMtttl
giilna bead X p. hi
IThik is,-., f..r
MAVERICK
From
San
STEAMER
Stattl*, tiii mii.-s s.mi(h at luiatiila Jlßhrshlp 8
i>. in.
BTEAMER CATANIA
In-tn l\,rt Sun r.uU
San Fr»in-i-.,
4'M n>llt»M uorth of
TtOORU)
p in
for
~
,s
STEAMER NOME CITY- IVaa Smi I'ren.-lMco
I. i Si-iitlle. O\u03b2 miles uortu of CVluiiiMh rlrrr 8
STEAMER
p
NORWOOD
in.
,
STEAMER
COLUMBIA Off CMttda
P. in.
Bptl
*
DM4
8
off TillaAOOh
BUOXMAN From lv V\iut.\-<;> |\, r
BTEAMER i*
\u25a0Q\u03bc wMttb o< DMtraetio iiMund b
Sennit,
l>. 111.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSXOR For »..i 11 «n.l. V-J
milM smith of Cuimnhla river I p, m.
STEAMER OLEUM Soiitlilmiiid. ?)<> Rllfa Mttt
(if
Aitorla B p,
in.
BIREKA. April IS,
STEAMER SANTA CRUZ ;.» \u25a0Q\u03bc MTtfc of
p.
Meadoclao 6
n.
STEAMER WASHTENAW 2S mi]M norlh of
!ape Itlanco 8 p. m.
STEAMER ALLIANCE -Off Trinidad 8 i>. m.
STEAMER YOSEMITE --:'O patlM «o\Hh of Cape
Biaaeo s p. m.
STEAMER CITY OF TOPEKA Out at 4 p. m.
STEAMER RIVERSIDE -10 aUaa south of Aimgo 8 p>, ni.
BAR SAN PRI'KO. April If.
STEAMER SPEEDWELL- lfrom San Pedro for
Francisco,
San
10 miles south of Pieilra*
Blancan Bp. m.
STEAMER BEAR From San Pedro for San
Frarirlsro, 10 miles off Point QweeptiOß !tp m.
STEAMER YALE From Si.n Pedro for San
Fram-Nr... off IVinl llueactne B p. in.
STEAMER LUCIEENBACK From San PPdro for
Panama. 310 miles south of sail IVJro 8 p. in.
STEAMER AZTEC -From Panama for San Pedro.
latituti- tt.H norlli, longitude 115.01 west, 8
: <
....
...
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SAX FRANCISCO. April 13.
STEAMER WASHTENAW -ZCC uiilc-e north of
San Francisco 8 p. in.
STEAMER HYADES? IS." miles from Cape Flatt Si-py.m
tery
6
p. in.
.ey..9kQ
JVTPP
El-fwypfw
STEAMER PARAISO -12 miles south of San
Francisco 8 p. cv.
STEAMER W. F, HERRIN?47 miles «outh of
S p. m.
BtJB
STEAMER LANSING?S2O miles norlU of Sau
Francisco
,s p.
in.
STEAMER CENTRALIA?Passe.I
T:'(ii p.
Point
Rfye»
ID.
STEAMER COLONEL E. L. DRAKE -Pas^d
Potat Arena 8 p. in.
STEAMBR MACKINAW-20 miles north of Point
Arona f> p. in.
STEAMER ROMA? SO mites
efaeo 8 P- m.
nortb of San Fraa-
Shipping Intelligence
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ARUIVEO
Saturday. April 11.
11:35 p. m., etmr Bee, Ayar S7 hrwrs from
Aberdeen; 700.000 feet lumber to Charles Nelsou.
Sunday, April 13.
4:40 p. m.. bktn .Tame* Johnson. Hansen, 110
days from Newcastle. Australia: 1,603 tons coal
to J. & A. Brown.
." j>. m., stmr Olympic, Hansen, 63 hours from
Columbia river: 750,000 feet lumber to n. K.
Wood Lumber company.
4:40 p. m., stmr PrestfeM, Iverson. 22 bOOfi
from Eureka; 400,000 feet lumber to Pariflc Lumber nmipiiny.
4:38 p. m.. strar Whittier. Zolling.
hours
from Port San Luis; oil to Union Oil company;
up river direct.
Guaymas
5:40 p. m., stmr President Thomas, r>o hours
nspoi Logran arrive.; a< Honfrom Seattle; passengers and merchandise to Pa11VI>ROGRAPHIC OFFICE
day, bound for Manila
','
cific Coast Steamship company.
pedo destroyer
Paul .Tones
<'.:4r. v. in., stmr Centralia".
3.". bonrs
lf,,T
Drptb at mean low water, ontranpfs to
itftrday for Mexican
,
from Redondo Beach; ballast tn Sven=on.
Pollard & Co
ports with -medicines
and supplies for
ite !
9:10
a. m., stmr Asuncion, Bridgeti 12 hours
the cruisers tl
from Port Angeles; ballast to Standard Oil comiiliiinol
]Apr.
pany.
tanker -\VinnebaKo
KO
rday for Mororan.
7 a. m.. stmr F. S. Loop, Matteon, 10fi hours
\u25a0 i
joutl from
Everett; bound south, ptit in for fuel.
go
26
IN
r.'-it
orer
bar.
S
water
1:10 a. m., stmr Hardy. ftClehalara, 4.", hours
Transport Service
with innpr b«r P. S. from Coos J<!iy: 450,000 feet lumber to Hardy
if So.it He.
\u25a0
cuii buoy bearing NK.
Lumber company.
Tho Crot*; la In part.
N". dnnR.V
2:25 a. m., bktn Fullerton, Fielden.
hours
April 5 for .Hsnlla
fri-.m Port San Luis, in tow of tu<» Dauntless;
lit t'h.'uinel remalnlug about
Is
; iford is In p
oil to Union Oil company; up river direct
--ame,.
r-rMan is in
0:.'!0 a. m., stmr Daisy Gadsby Smith :'>.".
\u25a0. ljChannel to the southward
hours from San Pedro: ballast to S. S. Freeman
iiij'l ebuuptng a little Stenmship company.
'Che rhomi | | nlia.
I to the r.ortb.
10:30 a. m., etmr Oliver .T. Olson
Peterhinnel smith of rang'. son. ".<) days from Philadelphia, via San Diego 44
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST aqu!
hours;
2QQ
In
ballast to Olson & Mahony.
190 tn
fe«t.
I ibape.
SAILED
26!Cli«i)i!f] faiify straight
Saturday. April 12.
Items of Interest to Mariners of
w
1! p. m., tstmr Pel Norte. Sanford, Orescent
! nut for bnoy.
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.Th '\u25a0
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the Pacific
.,
nipqna
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.I
City.
fan.
Sunday, April IS.
.*?:4O p m., etmr Arctic. Llnder, Fort Bragg.
4 p. m., stinr Ccntralla, Svenson, Grays Harde- Coos Bay. 16.0 Apr. a Best water :35O feet from bor.
Hi.blark buoy at end of
7:15 p. m., stmr Nann Smith, Magee, Cooe
aornlng
;
jetty.
Bay.
(1:18 p. nu. slmr John A. Hooper. Martin,
er W. If. Mil
rty this Coqtiille | 8 1-. Apr. I Cbaooel close to south WUlapa
*"°nii!
p,
Harbor
? (M ' f
L., jpi!y:
0:20 p. m., Rtmr Porno, Lilleland, Albion.
Rogue R..| 3.5jApf. 4[ChanneI straight oat.
r.:2~> p tn., stmr.Daisy Gadsby Smith, Willapa
Uliaac* deserted late ttda nfternoon
Klnmath -| 7 !Mar. ISChannel northwest.
Harbor.
Jenifers and freight
j2:u's a. m., Br stmr Winnebago, Sowden
Oarrying freight, mail and passengers,
Mothe Uumbldt
18 Mar. t>'North channel no longer roi an
ope*
navipaWe.
j
i
i
tola
9:13 a. m., bark (Jeorge Curtis, Nelson. Bristol
' \u25a0!\u25a0' Sun I'rancisco.
# reglan
bay.
tramp Bteafcter Christian Rors denearly to
: .'iO fpot
7 a. m., ship Tacornn. Sorenson, Bristol bay.
ti.Tiiliij:
5:36 n. ni., strar North Fork. Nelson, Eureka.
iLMtratfaii porta The
?":4.'> a. m.. slmr Colenel B. l>. Drake, Badger,
b1 I'iiz"t Boond points before
..I
\u25a0With
bark 95 In tow, Seattle.
:
?
.tic
K.
...»V...V i....
C>:4."> a. m., hark 95, Uauiels in tow of stmr
SAN PEDRO April JS.-Norwejrbn steamer
Colonel
E. L Drake, Seattle.
Rytad. <.f tlip Jensen line arithiaaptain
Bel.
0:2". a. m.. bark Star of Chile, Peterson Brisrtred
\u25a0
ranrnlng from Mansanlllo
via 1
tol
bay.
.,
Unleo
Cnaymi
Alseya
iianne]
-rra
ports, and aft.
12:.'i0 p. tn., Btmr F. S. Loop, Mattson, Ran
pixxl width.
of miswllaneoua cargo proceeded t<>
Pedro.
jii?ht for San Fnnciacp.
The Jason repoti
32:30 a. m., stmr Davenport, Dettmers, Port
tlfn s
V. S. Branch Hydrog;raphi<> Office
unsettled
the
*>
Giimlil-'.
coast, and brorfghl refugees onfrom Goaymas
A branch of the United Staros liydrojrraphio
and office,
a. m.. sttnr Kadiak, Ross, Bristol bey.
8:50
iix'-itKi in tin' fctercbanta'
Ehcchange, is
2:25 p. in., stmr Eureka. Ponls<-n, Monterey.
Steamer Ple!a4ee axriTcd from Badfca P»m- nialntaiiii'd in San Francisco f<(r the benefit of
p.
1:40
m.. bark Pnctolu*. Wetter, Uristol bey.
regard to nationality, and free
--\u25a0 Hi .i Reneral cargo of Atlantic freijrhc mariners, without
*?"> p. m., stmr Aleatraz, Erase, (iretviwooil.
ose. Navigators are cordially invited to
p. m.. barge Santa
c<
I
.'5:30
Paula. PollvHle In
schedeled to proceed tomorrow
visit the office, where a complete set
charts tow of tug Hercules, port San Luis.
Steamer Tallac discha
,',{ ,?,),>» aD( and sailing directions of the world areofkept
at
10
schr
Fred
B>.,
a.
E.
Sander.
Erkren. Port
piling for the YV.
dan company
ii.iiid for comparison and reference, and the latest
Toxvnsend.
«!c:ired for Lour Hea-h with balance of cargoand
of information can always be obtained
regarding
WEATHER
REPORTS
lijhts. dangers t>> navigation and matters of fiPOINT REYES. April 18. 5 p. m. Weather
eatter McCulloch arrived
, \u25a0»"\u25a0
ll t<> occdii commerco.
cler.r; wltid Mrthwest, velocity 22 miles an hoar
cruise, and will proceed
ii. Q, BARTHALOW,
LOBOS, April 18, 10 p. m.?Wi-atlicr
\u25a0\u25a0v for San Diego.
POINT
Lieutenant. I. 8. N., in Cliarge.
clear; wind west velocity 12 iniies an hour
ido discharged cr.o.omi feet of
POINT LOBOs, April IS. f> :i. m.?Weather
Jnmber for tl
i",.mpany and
Lanaber
fogey: wind west. Telocity 8 miles an hour.
red :\u25a0 Gi ?\u25a0\u25a0 Harbov t<. reload
\u25a0
freight and 400,000 feet of lumber for tbe Southand freight for the w>
POINT RRYES. April 13. 0 n. m.- -Weather
ern Callfognta Lamber company.
ship c.-.mpany at Sao Praactaco
tbe |>a<seiigor steamer clear: wind west, velocity a mile ud hour.
\u25a0ii|irp> included
FARALLONKS, April IS. 9 a, m.?Weather
ipaaj
Franelepo.
-i.-.'isii.T
of
nebedole
via
Sun
Btate
i
f"r
Portland
'« fr>
<"-alifornia r.'turned this morning
Steamer si. Helena proceeded for Nan IMego clear; wind west, velocity 4 miles an hour
TATOOSH, April IS, 0 a. m.?Weather cloudy;
nnd after takiuc passeneers and additional canto with balance of lumber cargo, thence fur Columied for San Franelseo
winfl scutb, velocity 5 miles an hour.
bia river to riioad.
ward arrived this morning fr
PORTLAND, April 1.°,.
DOMESTIC PORTS
Captain
Richard
carrying paseenfcerti and
lARALLONBS?Passed
April 18, 7:.H0 a. m..
\u25a0ndeut river pilot, and Vapklall company at this point anil
i>. Pareooe,
independent bat pilot, are ship Llewellyn J. Morse, hence April 12 for
bay;
Bristol
a
four
masted
working
together
agreement.
barkentinc bound in
under
Neither is
After iiis< iiarcring a partial cargo of lumber Tor
IM'REKA?Arrived April 13, 0 £ E\u03b2., stmr
Redondo Beach. steam<-r ,T. B. St.r- \u25a0 member of tlie Columbia Hirer Pilots' aM* William
I
H. Mmrphy, from San Pedro.
Sailed
Hr<tiori. Their rates?M per cent twlow those of
HO!! arrived here with the remainder,
loai
April 0. stmr Phoenir. for San Fraaciace
? Kiiition?have
caused considerable comSailed April 13, B p. ni.. stmr City of Topeka.
along flip river front."
ment
i.indalay has arrived from Cwitwt
for San Francisco; <> p. m., Nor aims Christian
Captain .Sandstrom recently piloted the steamwith passengers
and ship
iveran \\\> him! <l..wn tke Columbia. It was Bors" for Melbourne; 0 p. m.. stmr Alliance for
Mtd HiMl lupiniii C, V. 15ai!ey, formerly of the Portland.
POINT I.OBOS- Passed April 18, 3 p. m., star
tug Tatoefch, now of Pupet aooad, wo\ild join
am! Sandsirnm. but thi» Is denied 117 Siskiyou. from Bellincliaiu for San Pedro.
Passed April 13, stmr draywood, from Seattle
D SiUK'stnjiii.
:nn;i
Import and Rxport company of for San Pedro.
Shanpiii.i. repnaeotai
SEATTLE Arrived April I?.. 8:30 a. m.. stmr
in Portlanrt l>y Frit?; Jefferson,
\u25a0T. will iiavc Hxv luge Tessels
from Wraujtle; noon, Ktinr .Muriposa,
loading
I~l\"i: passenger White steamer; s<:.od cow
from Seward: April 12. midnight, stmr AU;is.
lumber
In
Portland
for
the
orient
next
month
new;
nearly
exchange
tifM
ivill
fof twin They will lake out 1fi.000,000 feet
April R gatted April 18, ship Acme, for
hence
of lumber
-Davidson or Imiian motorcycle of !'.»'.J vaHe,] :ir
schr Maid of Orleans, for Bering
im.OW. which I* n record for one Bellinghara;
I.
What bave
oei iu<\' 6343, Call tnoiiiti's Khipiii'
ecu; April 12, stmr City of Seattle.' for Skngway
ut iiy any company.
Oakland;
April
(Mirer
,r.
The
Arrived
13 0 p. in., stmr Northland]
Olson, x new coaster operated
lull aale ? Two chair barber shop; cheup rent; by Oi.-on A.- Malioney, will arrire on its first from Skaffwars Sailed April 13. 2 p m., sttnr
Farragut.
Admiral
for San Frßiieisco.
TOjrage
\u25a0I Imsiiic-\u25a0
to Portland in tea da vs.
The Olson
TACOMA--Arrive.! April 12. barge Peltnvra,
i<
eaat and is I,VtS tons raster.
from
Alaska:
stmr liertha.
from Ketchikan;
ASTOHIA, April
-Steam whooncr San
13, stmr Alaskan, from Seattle; Br stmr
Jut:
?\u25a0'! fixtures for ;; chair Jadnto him! William IS.
i
Chatham with cargoes of April
Titan, from Victoria.
barber sh >i>; barfaln; ownet must leave town. lutnb'-r for California
sailed for California toMABSHFIELI) -Arrived April 13, 7 a
m.,
itth 7th st.. West OaUaad.
day.
etmr Adeline Smith. lx?ne» April 11.
schor ;ner Willamette with freight and
\u25a0
tinted at 2110 T.-l. irt-Hpfi ay., Oak
SAN DIBOO- -Sailed April 12. U. S. & p n ,,i
from S<>« Francisco
arrived this ?ToiiC!!. for Gnaymas. Arrived April 13, ettnr Caserpnlßg aad (in.x-'
pnr. free San Pedro.
Sailed April IS, stmr
-rv waL'on driver.
JIVANTI
Si"M!n wbooßer Weateraer with h <-arg<» of George F.
for San Francisco.
Clay.
H. WWDRH ie CO., FWuiore au4
lumber I'm California wt-ui to sea Una moiaiDg.
ASTORIA.?SaiIed April 13, <J a. a>., etmr I
Dispatch
to
Tin- Call)
EUREKA. April i::- .\fi.-r baTinx be«a
"viiiur to bar \u25a0>nfliti.,i.-
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HAI\F\I.I. DATA
14
1
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!'r:M"
K'lty i.f Topelta.
Kan Dl
ly BUbna
MARCONI WIRELESS
ThMc repor<a nrp rreelvert «Hree*ly
I
Apr.
14
BUte Ot t\i!....
from f!ie l*aHfi«- (mutt stations of tbe
Apr. It Mnrconl Wfrele** company:
-:u,m Clara
Apr. U
Vslo
CHINA April 12, S p. D\u03b1.. 132 miles
;;?-??
Kpt. Ij STEAMER
City
off Honolulu, hetjop Apr!! I fur CfalM.
iApf.
14
jBoar
STEAHEB MONGOLIA April PJ, 8 p. n>.. T."4
Vo*fn»tte
.41 '- l^
mile * west <>f Honolulu, fmin Yokohama for
-;-W:ir.l
*;>r. 'J
San Fraaclnco via Honolulu,
It\1"- [J
1-.
jApr.
>uft«»
STEAMER ENTERPRISE April 13, 8 p. ni..
Apr. 10
1,858 mtlea off gen fTraeoiico, from HUo fur
VHiiifiiarU
Apr. M
MI Ftiuh-Imn)
PV'li.i
!eta4e«
ranaK'H.. M" W STEAMER SONOMA April 12 I a iv.. 1.536
[Aw. J|
llftrvert
ui;ie« <>(r Sun Praaclwo
beoce April 8 for SydApr. I\u03b2
per,
v hi, i
M>r. 7
p. iv..
STFAMI-\u03b2
SANTA
MARIA?
April 12.
setitfl tfonb-n. :». Apr. n
s,\,i nill»< off Hurt Ban I.iiV. fnrui WU fOC Port
f. A Kinnirn..,,Apr. 17
Apr.
'?Ilunalfi
of Aericoltore
April 1"..
Department
stato
Weather Bnr«tu, Ban
Date
Slr:lUHT
\u25a0
United
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
TO AltlllVK
fxis An
A n
Weather Report
Movements of Steamers ! WIRELESS REPORTS
Calming Down
HITS WANT TO STOP INSECTS
BEING
SHIPPED
BY MAIL
ALASKA
STEAMSHIP
ROCK OFF
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Barkentine James Johnson
Reports Menace Directly
in Path of Liners
Record Swells at Bar Delay
Small Craft, but Are
191°,.
CALL, MONDAY, APRIL 14,
THK SAN FRANCISCO
4
1
S\u03b2
- Vessel Able to Proceed on
Way to Vancouver Under
9
Her Own Steam
STATfONS
.
......
l-'urrka
i:m Bluff
ifliento
i
',
Mourn Tiraalpele
::»"\u25a0.ti:; 40.M
ffti. 17
22.28 13.54
0.00 I\u03b2.30
T.flO
M
7..".:.
\u25a0StV
i
in
I
T.
17.
O.w .-'<>. IS 2(1.7s
T. 11 .:;i \u25a0-'(t.-)7
i> mi
( \u25a0 4, A\u03b2 8.46
15.10
I!..'it
plants sent
by mail,
lie
the law be chanced to require ptant-«
sent by nail to fee held, if so re*jueete<i,
Years
until they shall lie examined.
ago, lie said,
the white By got into
California by mail and more than $10,--iKMi was spent in tile attempt to get ri'l
of it.
Commi9pioner Cook writes that in a
thorouarh examination so many In
ar.that are a frreat men
WASHINGTON, April 13.? Vera be ra ? found
rtli-ultural industry of the state
psof the California delegation.
that,
:uid
the authoriiea
are "nerrvduely
pvcialty Messrs. Hayes, Keni a>ul R-i- anxio
The California coin watit *?
--kii. bay« been giving a good deal ot
have a regulation that wil\
<°
thought to the need of some resiiliex[HT!is companies
and ether common
tion which will prevent insect pests carriers as well ai i- ,, the mails.
JUNBAU, Alaska. April 1.,,
The
Can&dian Pac|flc steamship Princess
Sophia.
Captain
Charles Campbell,
striK-I: a )IH-k :,f Sr-iiiim-l island at 2:10
i \u25a0
into California
from being shipped
through the mails with nursery stork.
of
A. J. Cook, state commissioner
horticurYure. writing- to Representative
K. A. Elajree, said there was greet need
of a change in the law refful*|ini;'
?
V
<>''\u25a0!"< k t'ais morning. A large hole was
torn In the port side of the steamer's
bow, bul sin' w.is Able to proceed on
(Li*
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.
. _
f>. t>. I',, ami Cant.mi Sim FraiHi-'o N\u03b1. S. P.
DEATHS
Sun .Jo»e
\u25a0~ I. O. a i. lui.iu-.iii MouDl Olivet cem*
T.....«
Henry
Wry.
Henry
tfotWeH,
Krwmo
TSlßlcka.
Bemaian :>t Orey'i cbapel, Qeesy «'»l
'.
B.4S
litdependcBi e
:'.*\u25a0'
v's
Illoffwhiieider.
Wi laadero ttreeta.
1
1
6.00
2.M
Brod.
Matilda
'\u25a0?
I
way
George
Sim i.'ils (Hil<|io
-Jeans.
VI
(i.i (i
Vancouver,
C,
7.-Mi 18.44 il.'.t
to
B.
under
J'ahlll.
?\u25a0
Ellen
HEISENBUTTEL I\u03bc B\u03bc Mil?. Mr.i 12. II
[jOH 'Aug.\u25a0!<\u25a0\u25a0I.«H-kh»ri. Margaret.. 84,
Iliiii,1'J.H
14.W 11.*4 her own strain.
QarraecQ ("lemente
n ? _?? b toi :,:.?
I »f l Uehwubnt-I*l, .-.ii.l loving fiiiiir.- el t.uln Si.\u25a0in. :i outlv.i
i».«^i
!?.it fio.se
Culemuu. Kdwud
SS MrManeou. Tliomaa.. 8
?s 'in DtefO
The steamer's double bottom kept (\>rblu
(ttfant) Mitchell, Mann
'\u25a0>«? Jfork. a member of Han Matwj Aerln
taking
her from sinking.
(Maaa)
She la
little Dewey, D. L....
ie|Merpl»j
PACWIC COAST STATION!
K\u03b1 -fii>. r. v. i: ami San Mat«o bodge ot
lv the fuHowlOg l.vi- li,' iii;i\iinniii :ihcl mini
water ami 1« Ix-ii.\u25a0?,.-,[ in be in 00 daiiDowney s:u«h A
CSjParker, Mr«. Mary.. ?
Baymowl H^\u03bc
ni!!iii tempera}ores a u<l i-ulnfall are ui> ,,,l
Rcbank, KuleG.,.
40 Plant,
Krleinl* ami acqual
re reepectfelly
43
Eyan, Benry \i
Margaret .1
Invited to attend rite raneral terrteee today
i accident to the Princess Sophia Parley,
?- ,*? \u25a0 ? \u\2u525a0"a0 >.
Foley', Frand* X... I\u03b2 eimoeaen, VoJmer ...J7
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2
5
a
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(Moadaj),
r\-u. 25a0?'-?;.\u25a0\u25a0;.\\u25a0
u25a0?,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u\u25a0
25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0"? r
vprii
1913,
n.
a< o'clock p. m..
occurred at the place where her sister Oilman, Benjamin .. 88 Smith, .Tane M
«>?
/'.
at U\u03bc etiapel ..r fteorge *V. Bneider 4- Co.
the Princen &iay, was wracked Gould, li-iii>
82 Smith, John .1
Funeral In roarf* o< Baa Mm.-.. Aerie No. -O".
t
<»
'\u25a0'. ?>. k. iiiii-i-ni. I.i Cjpnn Laws ceaaetery,
In th.> morning of Randyatde, <;ienu A. 21 Stoßtera, Dietrich
E iit 1:98 o'clock
Heiaenbuttel, Qeorgi
tONU
STiTIOiMI
\u25a0
ctrk fini. im! car.
X, litll<. 'iii.- approach t<> SeaI
\
u
25a0
i
i
tiiu'l island, at the southern t-nd q| BONNELL In Alauieda. April 11, IMSi HeerJ HICKS in (hi- city, April 12, »18, H.-nrrJf
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beloTPd bu-band of raturrlu* Ili.ks. fatlWel
T
lm<- Kdum
L.\nn canal, la one of the most danla, WiiiM-. Eftlea, ii.nrv mikl Loutae niA-.
BonuelL' beloved brother of the and
?
trocie <>i
geroua ttretchei >>( water in Alaska.
Bonnell und Mra. I.my Oochran,
ot WMiinu and the late I/oeiM ili>k*. »
I'nui
Woodourn.
Aii.,.
he PrlseeM Sophia li a
Mlaa
r Cocnran, Mrs.
liaiiv ctf Mm rranclaco,
ntfum?r
a«ed ' \u25a0 jeara »'"?
i
Mrs. r. il. Dunn and Alteon Clark Boneen, «
HI days,
I'nlon
:'<n !.,i imiK, 40 fff beam and 81
a vieyiher of Typographical
ii 00
-r,
14 0 \u25a0"\u25a0
Uutt !
lintive of oiii,», ;i«e,i
yeara.
ii,
>
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Uate
No. 34, v. M. I.;
Golden
Council
I!.,i>,.
(Ml
i,i,
d.-.-p.
i« t,tSO. She
l>.
Her
ton
acqaaiataneM ar*» wptnlnny»nbtom
nave
Company
rrteoda
and
The
National*,
Sergeant
and Mni
"f
Ivi M
irg' ..
II Hi was
i.uill (t \«w. Ast !«? In LSS9,
rlted to attend Hie fnneral today (Monaayi.
C. Oallfornh Voltinteera, Mint s<>rT*-d In the
Bnreka
T
\u25a0 i .i igj
uiontu I
April ii. Hi 10 o'clock a. m., i"" |>« fosff e i
I hillpplnes.
HntiHiaff
II 0,00 Work on New
i«r»
Santa
chapel
Smiley
igh#r,
ok
822R
Road to Begin
A Oall
mi. Till will
i.i!,.- place i-dn.r (Monde*
|».<Hi
I'l-i-smi
Is 0.0*1 Dan Plage ,.
reaidence, W\u03b2
avenue. Alameoa, rnterment Woodlawn eeme. I«i '\u25a0' o'eleel \u25a0 n from \\\» lato
BAIiX2H, Ore., April i:;. Announrell.lltlJ'
.-' in 1 fH
T
»cry. »in ei.riri.. funeral ear from th« root t»t
t'!"Mv
H1..1. ||~
1,1 III" (ilUl.il «>f 111"
Honolulu
Hi! U. 12 ,*>:iii JOM
O.VXI Doeni Mm
'"\u25a0
by
attomajf
\u25a0foaj
made
the
M.111..!
slret'l.
!it
i|..iy
be«n
12:10
P?\u25a0in.
i.
n
kiml.
wii. r.'
Rolemn n-nuleni
I).Ill) c>l
I iid*p*ni1ene«<
S I. ObtftDO,
SO
the Oregon Etaslwas
IS, I, "-?-? ! \u25a0*
will !,.? celebrated r<>r ln« ??\u25a0\u25a0l\u03bc"-. , of hln
BROD In mix city, Af«H
KtillupHI ,.,
IS O.00
84 ii.(xi ,-i. i iralioa,'
Matudt \-'"'
ruenelnj m Q
S4,
here <>n February
Interment I!
K-i.ien,,., 1,1 t sixth avenue,
0.00 wai orgaatsad
02 (»,(H1 j
«'r.,Ms
etm, i,.r
i, v ~.,,
kha( oontr&i is would be Let at one- for
mother of Aajtel H. i""1 the late tlimm
...
loved
t) 0(1 I 'SiiMHiiK
Modnna
17
2H
QOU)KN
i;
(Jwmany.
M
nil
m
ii.
mi
I. V. M
I
Mi rABtlpall I!
tir.Hi. \u25a0 native of
\n:
I an inn ! 11ii O (II oonatruotloa of the Brii unit of a r;uiOffi-ll- IMI,| IlKHnbeif ;i i.> li-.t'll-SttMl (l> HtlPlld
hii.Tinei.i Auburn, ( al., tomorrww 1 rueadaj »,
N'wth n
I I ;
b I
ii.i 0 road between
B*n4,
Balein
and
April
Or*.
funeral
..f
our
T.
lli<-k<.
US,
l!»l.'i.
latr brolher. 11.
:.i; ip.oil
Ptioeni \
iab
.1 ii .1.(10
Who
back of 11n- new road is not CAHILL? In tbh, elty. April 11.
ii"iH uti raaidfDi c, Botl in,. n>
I'ocatello
::s o.()O Walla
\u25a0
II. Ill
";
(Monday), ni i> v. m
I'i R ws I.:
known.
tbenee to ttai Church
W i 1111 ? \u25a0 i.
::t
late Mich
or
0.00
Frnnees.
beloved
wife
the
>\u25a0!' tii.. Mi«i u>>i> i;\u25a0 ? i!<? ni»\u25a0 r. where a aolpmn
Mary
Mr*.
o.o4i|
present
Harry
1???rl Itiiid
iw'ih!
is
Chill.
0,00
bill,
in
IYiimii
the
terminus of the
and mother of
11l hkiik will L\u03bc
fOI 111.
I <>f'Mi'!.
\u25a0
Aner, tin Alice Dlck«oa and Mm, (in
n Trunk line, which is \u25a0 inn «uiihi* *oni
mmenrlng al !? \u25a0'?" n. in.
O\u03b2 KlDlind. M lllrlie.M,
» e«w
f Id i n r y. and <r the late Mrs. A. C, D*rt,
li; AMUMI.S. President.
II!
\.\K
.1.
County Kerry, [relattdi
BABTBRN STATIONS
?I'tilN J. i;m\\ b
?
InMayor Taken in Raid
rrteadi a«d acaßatataßCff* are reapectfelly
Abilene
In this city, April IC. 1918,
\i,.,??,..> \u25a0. HOFFSCHITErDER
52i4O|6.O0
7415010.OCi KnoxrfBe
rtted
to attend the funerai
Uxtiaa,
a?
iW-jiri
Atlantic (K.v ;,i;-.on.;.; [xmlrvllle ... 11 i.'o.ih;
beloved
PORTLAND,
April l.'i. ?As
ore.,
a
dancbter of WiUtam
>
April 11. tt '\u25a0> o'clock a. 11 from net late re
Boatwi
??mi! i..>ii"-m lloffecbneklor, and loring alat*r <>t
4e|-H 1.88 Memphis ..
i« (410.OS
result of his arrest <>n ;i charge of
flenee, 25*>e Cnlifornln street nenr Bteiner,
Hiiffiilo
inr.-i.
c.-iri
:>; T
Mimtromerj .52 UjO.OO
a,
a
il'nr.v.
Willi
»mi Martha ll>>rr11<111? >i- to ;t minor, Mayor 8i A. B\u03b1\u25a0?
thence to it Deaalnle'i chorch, where wn 1 achofidar, a satire of Ban Francisco,
Cal., aged
"ii.'n irsi,,,,
7(i;
2 iu>
0 00 Montreal ... .: 0.00 liik
qaleat niaaa will 1 elebrated for n
I'bleago
TrouHtale,
tins
*J"
13
?"> day*,
county,
yturi
::> 0.00 M«»rteed
mondson
of
In
"'?
tad
70
of
li.-r
soul. comoMnclng at 9:80 t»'clo« '\u25a0
Mr(|ii:iin(
respectfully
'""tivfiFri.'iicis .mil
ln7O|36|O.O0 New Orieann. 60 4SI0.00 who runs a saloon at that place, will
anefs are
interment Holy Croaa cemetery, by eatrtage.
ii ot
Sew York. [5«1 ." 0.20 resign the office oi m&yoT.
'i
attaad the rasaral today (Monday),
!
\u25a0" W"
CARSASCO-h. tins elty, April 1M I p. i,i fimn tin' reildnn erf tbf parent*.
I »«"isr*> I'ity. Tii :;im>.i.;i N'orth 1'lal t.v TIT \u25a0 (».O»J
;i
la;|
night
i.i
Mi
on
-->..
reSOft,
In
his
903 lirinswlck ifrf.-r near Ix>wpU. Inclnerai»uiutti
se ,|0.00| Oklahoma ..jeowt'o.oo
lute reeldence, 770 Cole street, tlemente
ana aeI)uraii(fo .... !.,s .;,,(. I'ituburg ... CJUH] 0.42 Mayor Kdmonrison was taken into cusC'yprem LawQ ci
beloved hnsb«iid of Alice B. Carranco,
Bastporl
Ro«w«ll
S2 :h»|0.00 toiiy by Deputy Sheriffs! Howard, Word
rated father of Mac, n.-rIK-rt. Bogene.
I
JEAXS
...(42|S8[0.32
In tbla <ii.v. April 18, 101S, George W.
a
Carrajee,
((81540.00!
Albert,
Victor,
Anita
und
Lesore
Rossnian,
OaJlveatoa
J*«Ba,
St. i.>ui>
so tsjo.02 and
who accused him of sellrather ot Mm. Kthel KrnuUln.
native,
Plura,
Ureen Bay... e8|30|o.Oo| St. Paul.. .. i»
r*Tu.
at
ing
intoxicating
liquor
to Harold BrunT. \\ Jehnson and Mlps Hasp! Joans, a
r,s c.i o.nu
Hatteraa
1.90 Tamjia
nufht> ~f California, ugeH :\u25a0?' yean.
April 12. 1»18, Kdwrnd
city,
J7OJB2
COLEMAN-In
this
dige,
alleged
be
a
to
minor.
lliirr*SL- :_\u25a0 ...no Toledo
5Oj3f»]0.O0
Coteman; brother of John c. Coietnan. a K1 ', 1?,
Tbe funeral tervleaa will be hplil fomnrrow
Today Sheriff Thomas
Huron
<>l 54(0.04
1... Word of74 28 0.00 Washlagion
of Walton, Ebglasd, aged sj years I nsontna
fTuesday), nt 11 o'elevk «. tn.. at tba cbap*l
Jai-k>...nv:ilf i> .-,c, I't.'j Winnipeg ... Hi rA'o.OO fered to withdraw the charge of selling
(lavs.
14
of
Hiilstcil ft 00., 112-J Sutler ittrcft. Interand
Kansas Citj
liquor to Brundige, providing Kdmond.
Fonera] services will be held today (Mon
liuiit (yprfss I.awn r»an'!rry. 1>» automobile.
ree
at
hla
bite
day>.
April
p.
at
S
m..
resign
mayoralty.
son would
14.
SYNOPSIS OF VVKATHER COKOITIOKB
the
The
?Id Oakland. April 12. l»18, Marliitenuent pri- LOCKHAEX
dniee. )70l Franklin street.
mayor immediately ac<'i(niiiy weather prevail* ot*i Uie northern i>or saloon keeper
Jtari't A.. iviiV i,r tin- Into Chartea K. Ixx-khnrt.
vate.
n:i<[
tlon of the Pacific <-onsf aud liglit
rain ha.s fallen quiesced.
alatet
or MH. J. W. Slirffl»-1,1. Mr-. I'.a.r
L*owJds, Mrs. Nanrj- .Sutherland and George A.
lie ooasi from Sen Fraoclsco Dortti. Ot«t
CORBIN? In ibis eliy. April 12. l»tt. \\ iHiain
;i
Rbfert,
U\u03bc Homlieru portion of Hip Pa<-!ll<- ooaat, H"«-ky
Lucile ('orbin. dearly beteved child oi
of
Sfotin. af«d vi yearn.
oartlTc
n region and watward to tn*> Mississippi ALAMEDA WOMAN DEAD
S. and Nettie CorbJn, and sister of William >.
Friends !ir*> rfsprcrfnlly invitpd to attend tlif
Kranclaco,
Cal..
T.illov thr- weather i< fair.
funeral today (Monday), ar 2 o'clock p. m.,
Jr., a nntive of San
The storm on the
from thp parlors of the B. 3. w< ml Company,
South AHnnlic p«>asf is moving slowly northward,
AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY Oorbin
and 9 atOStha and 9 days, ll.os Anpel'/s papers
an.l cioedj wpather. with
WOC Telegraab avpnu«
please copy.)
street.
1s generally rerain.
IntprniPni pnn
ported from th.it section.
Thp temperature hus
Inaeqnalntancet
reepectfnllj
are
Frieuds
and
Mh.
MHi'la
Mother
(Tuesday
faUen in ;ho San JToaquin v:i!i<\v and (otermoan>litt'bell m the
to attend the funernl tomorrow
t.
r\tj. April 11. itlS.
vited
McMANNONIn
thin
tnin rfcrloii and risoii In the iississi|>iii valley.
April 16, at UfcSO a. ni.. from the m
of Two of the Cnll'a Siatt of
TUoaua 11.. dearly baloTcd too of frank and
Condition* are farornMo for renerallv fnir weatber
chapol of the QeMen eate Undertaking Com>
Ratle MrM.-innoM, and lorhig brother of Ella, p
in California and showers In Nevada Momiav.
Printer*
patty, 247r. Mission street
near Twenty-flret.
!'::ii!k e and norence M.-Mjuid^., a natiTc
KOKKCAST
Sc'iittif, \\'!i<i.. aged s years '\u25a0' mu'iis and ft
Interment Moont Ollvel cemetery, by automoMrs. Maria Mitchell died yesterday
Forecast
innde at San Fraticiaco for the 80
days.
bile-.
hours ending at midnight. April 14:
in her home in Alameda, where she DEWEY?I).
The foMf*3 will take plaro today (Mod
1.. Dewey,
hatband of Nettie.
Sin Fraacieco anu virinity
;i ;r ifoadaT;
light lias lived for J3 years.
day), at 11 a. in.. fr<-,m
i
parlors of M.She
was
SO
Uowey. osjhl r>s year*.
DOrtbwwt wind.
Brearty
ft McCortnlck, 013 VHloncla strp.'t near
years
IMS,
old.
S.ra.i
Four sons
survive her. DOWNEY?In Berkeley. April 12.
Saerauicnto valley?Fair Monday; light north
lntcrm<'n! (private) in Holy O
Twentieth.
George
Frank
are
meml>»w:>
wind.
and
Mitchell
Ann. beloved wife Of Andrew
tary.
Santa Clara valley?F;iir Monday; light north- bers of The Call's staff of printers.
mother of BHaabeth A. and Mary Downey.
Hugh Ooodfellow 3iid the late George \\. MITCHELL hi Alameda, April 18, 101.1. Mariu.
west wind.
M».
and
a
member
Robert
M.
Mitchell
is
r.'llct of tii.- late Robert M. Mttcbel
Sun .foaqilin valley -Cloud? Monday light
Downey, aged l>3 yeai-s.
west of the printing firm of Mitchell &
'?
Mrs. Elisabeth Crilley, and motlirr of Frank,
wind.
Funeral services and iiiiermeut private.
O«orge X., Robert m. asd William A. k£ltcb«ll,
The fourth son, William, Is EUBAJIK?In Oakland. April 12. 1913, Rule 0.,
California south of TebadMßl?Fair Monday; Goodman.
ii native of atagland, aged 80 jreara Q tnontßa
west
Enbank,
li«lu
wind.
lovconnected with the Canadian bank of
dearly beloved husband of Grace
a:id 5 daya.
*;. 11. WILLBON,
ing father of Boyd and Rule Eubank, a native
r.orril Foreraster.
r;-'ii!>
commerce.
and acQuaiotancei are reapectfnll
A member of
California, aged 40 years.
of
viip.i tn attend th<>
age,
Despite
her advanced
Mrs.
funeral aertlcea tomon .W
O.
O.
F.
Lodge
North
N".
401.
IOakland
pari< i<Tn«
ek p. in., at
Mitchell's death was unexpected for
WMtemr, for S.in FTanr!s,-n: ?trr.r R«n Jarlnte
(San Jose papers please copy.)
-_'f4
Vom
L
Cl:ira aveniiP, Alaler.
tot San Fraoolsoo,
the vogornus mentality and bright,
inFriend* and acquaintances are respectfully
nifda.
lacineratioii
California
erematorintn.
Anrll
::
today
p.
Sailed
sunny disposition which were her's un!.:.
m stmr William Chatvited to attend the fnncrai services
Interamu prlrate. rit-a-:.' oaalt Bowi
ham, for Sun Pedro.
Arrived Aprfl IS, B p m
(Monday), April 14, 1913, at 12 o'clock to., at MURPHY?Therp
til tlie last, led everyone among her
stmr Willamette, hence April 11
will be \u25a0 solemn reqaieai \u25a0
Fifty-uiuth Street,
his
late
residence.
IC2?
wide
circle
today (Monday), April n. at n> o'clock a. m
of friends to believe she
FORT TtKAC,<; -Arrived April 13.' stmr Port
under the auspices of North Oakland Lodge No.
Erapc. bPTire April 12: stmr Novo, Uencp April
at
many
years
longer.
would
Cal..
Sacred
Heart
riiurcli. for r- repon of the
.lose,
IT.
live
Her
401. I. O. O. F. Interment Sun
SAX PBDBO? Arrived April 18 Nor stmr husband,
soul of John Morpby, belored111 father of if"v.
Robert
M. Mitchell, died
leHvius First street aud Broadway, at 1:36
Murphy
Jason, from Gnaymas.
LaHmoec
of San Franclaeo, Rev. .1. .1.
p in.
thirteen years ago.
Marshy of St. Looia, Mr:. C. D. Ual.v and Mrs.
ISLAND POUTS
city. April IS, 191:!. at her
services
toFARLEY?In
this.
Daly
Funeral
will
be
held
.1.
I".
of
Cal.
Kun-ka.
HOXOLVLr?Arrived April 12. stmr Flnnraneo
late residence.
1631 Guerrero atreet corner of
Ward, from Midway Island: April 13, 5 a. m., U. morrow at 2 p. m., in the parlors of
this city. April 11, IDKI. Mm,
l>11:. .-an, Margaret .T.. dearly beloved wife of PARKER--In
Mary
8. 8. lyigan. hence April 5 for Manila,
Woodman Parker, mutlirr of Mrs. laidore
James Fowler. 224-1 Santa Clara eveThomas Farley, and beloved mother of Nellie,
Burns.
nue, Alamciki.
Daniel, Thomas and William Parley, Mrs. J. V.
FORRIGX POUTS
Fmieral today (Monday). April 14, from
'iTAYMAS?In port April i:s. ir. 8 S. CeliforSullivan and the late Christopher Farley, find
St. Mary's furhpdral. Van N' s> irenoe. where
bploved grandmother of Charles HeaneMey and
nta.
a rp(|ulpra mass will be celebrated, at 0:30
MISCBIAAXEOIS
MAY DIE Willie Farley, a native
of County Cork. In
o'eW-k a. m., for ti
\u25a0
I bet MBl. InCanada,
please
I*. 8. P. Golden (,'nte brok'' its revprnlnjr gf;ir
paper*
(Brockvtlle,
land.
teiSMtul atrictljr private. Baiaatea at (Jra.v.<
off the tr.«>iis[-,iri d'«-k this afternoon. (T. 8. tug
copy.i
chapel, Geary and DlrlMdero atreata.
ALAMKDA, April 13.?C. E. HamilArßonant towed her u> Meipss whf.rf.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Fire tusr r>ennls Sul!i*ri>i answered a tire call ton, an elderly man. fell from an elecFOLEY? In this city, April 10, Win. Francis X., PLANT? in this oii.v. Apr ! 13, I*l3, Raymond
under the wharf at pier 34. No damage. Fire tric car at the corner of Park-street
Henry I'lant, bplovcd Imsband "f Mac B.
dearly beloved husband of Minnie M. Foley.
Injralahtd.
cxi
I'lant. fatber of Mrs. M. S. Munek". v naii \u25a0
beloved son of Catherine and the late Famis
CfM)S
April in.? Pow sclir Anvil, hefore and Central avenue this morning and
BAT.
of
Canaii.i. nued B8 years.
Foley,
and beloved brother of William 1..
a fracture of the skull at
reported, 1* still on the heath hi-u and dry nt sustained
Foley RYAN? In UifK city. April 1?. 1913. Scary >r.
A.
Elizabeth,
Thomas
and
the
late.
John
tide. Mont of the freight waa reeoted. Some thp base of the brain that it is feared
Ryan,
and Mrs. Florence McAuliffe. a native of San
beloved buaband »r the late Maggie
hopes of getting her off at high water. I/Mikinß will prove fatal.
Before starting to
Crelghtoa-Byan. and lorlag father of Howard 3.
Francisco, Cal., aged 46 years 2 months and
sliKhtly.
leave the car he had asked the con12 day*.
and Beecfa c. Ryan and Mrs. Sydney SeldenOCRAX BTBAMBRS
berg (fonoerty rlrlan Ryan) .if Kern York, and
ductor where the Methodist church was
NEW YORK?Arrived April 13. stmr CaledoFriends and acquaintances are respect fullyInnephew of Jnna Lahcrty, a native of San Irannia, from (Jlasgow: stmr Ceorjro. Waahtngtoo, and it is presumed that he was going
vited to attend the funeral today (Monday).
clsco,
agod 45 3
parlors
Rotterdam,
April
Bremen;
14,
from
Htmr
?
from Rotterdam.
to attend services.
at 8:30 o'clock a. ni.. from the
He was identified
Sailed April 1", stmr Odrlr. for Liverpool: stmr
ef rnrew & English. ICIB Hoary street, thence
Friends and acejnalntancea arp respectfully inthe Alameda sanatorium by a mina
church,
requiem
Kroonlaad, for Antwerp; stmr Prinzess Irene, at
Sacred Heart
where
Uiffh vited to attend the funeral today (Mondavi,
to
Oakland,
ister
from East
where his
at 11:30 a. m.. from the purlor* of Mcßrearty
for Genoa
mass will be celebrated for the repoee of hi*
home is.
eon!, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
&
ValeßCia street ni-ar lw.nHoly Croat cemetery, by electric funeral car
Memoranda
tieth. thence to St. Peter , ! ehtrrch, where a
le.jiiiein
from Thirteenth and West Mission streets.
BUKH will he celebrated
for th«
Per Uktn .Tamos Johnson--Sailed from NewBOLTOX LECTURE TOMORROW
Kpoae of bJa tool, commes< Ing at 8 a. m.
GILMAN?In this city. April 0, U»l3. Benjamin
castle, Australia. December 24; had light winds
aged S3
BERKELEY,
ttttenaeat Holy Croat cemetery, by aatonobile.
April
13.?Professor
F. Oilman, a native of Massachusetts,
and calms to the wjuntor, eroeted 68 :iays oat;
SIMONSEN- In Oakland, April 11. l'ji:. Volnier.
years.
henop Tftrinblo winds and cnlms. April 11. latlHerbert E. Bolton of the history dedearly beknred husband of Amanda Sitnonsen, a
tnde .TT.42 north, longitude 154.44 west, pr.sscil n partment of the University of CaliforFriends are respectfully Invited to attend the
<>t Denmark, aged 27 yen;s.
long.
harp
Looked to
native
A member
derelict thp
aliout too f<-et
nia, will give an illustrated lecture on
funeral today (Monday), April 14. at 1:80
<>f Qolden <;ate Loda;e N\u03b1 i'.K Danish Brother,
water some time (probably part of
and
p. nv, from Odd Fcllews'
in
hall.
Seventh
"The Missions of California" Tuesday
lierkel.y Ledge No, 884, l<. ?». '». M.
hood,
and
wreckage from sehr .T. P. Spm-kols. before reauspice*
Templar
of
Market streets, under the
night,
at the Newman club auditorium.
Friends and acquaintances an reapactfalli inported). Distance about CO miles west of FaralLodge No. 17, I. 0. O. F. Interment Woodlones.
i
vited- tn attend the funeral services today
Remains at
lawn cemetery, by automobiles.
(Monday), April 14. 191S, at
o'clock p. m",
Gray's chapel, Oeary and Dlvisadero streets.
at his late residence.
1662 Knssell street,
SEATTLE, April 1.1.? Arrived: Steamers JefGOTJXD?In Oakland, April 12. 101°.. Henry
Berkeley.
Cremation Oakland <reaiat(>r.\.
ferson from Skagwar, Marjposa from southOouM, dearly beloved husband of the lute
At rest, in this city. April 18, IMS, at
western Alaska, Northland from southeastern
Clara Could, loving father of Mrs. Charles SMITH?
her lato restdem-'
Alaskii ami Prinre (mrfe (Br.) from Prlnoe
Sixth avenue, Rich.
Koch, Mia. Fred Koch, Abram, WUHnm. Teeae,
liiond Dlatrict, .Inn" M. Smith, loving mother
Rupert
Could, a native of Gold
Edward and Charles
DdeoMtter,
of
a native Of Kn;,-years
Sailed: Steamers Admiral Farraput from Ku
M!
1
Mrs.
R.
C.
Conn.,
aged
Hill.
and
month.
Prince George (Br.)
land. aged 07 yean tf months and 0 days.
reka to Sun Francisco.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
from Priaoe Rupert and schooner Maid of Ortoday
vited to attend
services
In
city.
the funeral
SMITH?
this
April 12. ISIB, .Toiin Joleans from Bering sen.
*eph, beloved husbaud of Kannle 0. .Smith, and
(Monday), April 14. 191.". at 2:."0 o'clock p. m..
parlors
funeral
of
Ernest
A.
Wollit*.
Catherine,
Edward,
at the
father of
Helen and Fran1935 Webster street between Nineteenth and ? ?is Smith, brother of James A. Smith of :#?
(FRENCH REPUBLIC PROPERTY)
MISS GLADYS WILSON
! Twentieth,
Oakland. Interment Mountain View
cia and Robert E. Smith of San Diego, »W. :l
cemetery.
Remains at the funeral pariors of
ttve of Ireland. A rnpinber (,f [jrnaiiaii Couiicil
TELLS ENGAGEMENT
Ernest A. Wollitz, 1935 Webster street.
Xo. 35. Y. M. 1., and the Gentlemen's Sodality
of Haly Redeemer church.
city,
April
12,
19i:J,
this
Glenn
HANDYSIDE?In
Exjieetlnj?
AnnoiinerA. Ilandyside, beloved son of William R. and
Friends Had Been
The funeral will take place tomorrow (Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock a. in., fr*in his late resiAddie 11. Ilandyside, and brother of Gladys l>.
ntfnt of Approaching Marrlase
Handyslde, a native of New York,
27
dence, 4<K2 Eighteenth street, thence to jtoiy
years! A member of Clover Ixxlge No. 048,
to Maurice Sullivan
Redeemer church, where a solemn requiem hljjii
I. O. O. F., and AiiibridßP. Encampment No.
mass will be celebrated for the re[«>sp of hi !
OAKLAND. April IX?After keeping
250. I. O. O. F.. of Ambriete. Pa.; Canton Ran
soul, eomrnenrins at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment
Francisco No. 5, 1 M.; Ambridge Lodge No.
lli>lyCross cemetery, by funeral .\u25a0H\u03b3 from Thirmany
her
friends in the social set here
504. K. of P.. and Ituth Rebecca Lodge No. 1
teenth and West Mission streets.
of New Brighton, Pa.
and in San Francisco
on the anxious
the standard
STOFFERS? In Berkeley. April 11, 131,{, Diet.
Funeral services will be held at Odd Fellows'
rich Stoffers. beloved hnsliand ef Walle Stofseat for months, Miss Gladys Wilson,
Mineral Water
tomorrow
hall, Seventh and Market etreets,
fers. a native of ijcrniany, as(-d 75 years ?*
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilson,
April IT., at 2 p. m.. aadtet the
(Tuesdayt.
Baoßtba and f* (!ay^.
relief
for
the
of
ef the General Relief Committee. 1.
\u25a0ospicea
Friends are re pectfnlly 'nvitedjo attend the
has at last announced her enpagrement
funeral aervtcea tmlay (Monday), April 14,
Sour Stomach,
to Mr. Maurice Sullivan, a well known
1913, nt 2 o'clock p. in., tit the residence \u25a0?'
I'ruman T'ndertaWinpr Company. 293.1 Telegraph
clubman. Friends of the youns: couple
Indigestion and
WHEN THE UNDERTAKER
avenue aoothwevi corner of Thirtieth street,
have been expecting an announcement,
BECOMi.S XECESSAKY
Oakland.
Interment Mountain View cemetery,
as Miss Wilson and her fiance have
by niitoiiifbi'.e.
It.VI.X
I'uneral
Expense.
SAVE
the
been inseparable at the many affairs
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For 50.years
.
-
j^eSt
HJ**^
r'SS^s'
t^JS?!^-,.
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Uric Acid.
have attended.
Miss Wilson is one of the most popular members of the bay cities social
Hpr parents recently took the
elect.
Carl Schilling home in Moss
avenue.
She is prominent in every social activity, is a member of the Greenwav ;iseetnbly of San Francisco, the Friday
Night club and is one of the lights in
the Clareniont Country club affairs.
M>\ SuJlivan is a well known club
member, being one of the Bohemian
club, the Claremont Country club, the
Pacific Union club and several others
of the exclusive clubs Jbere and in San
Francisco.
He is Pacific coast manager
of the American Canning company.
MASQU
THIS
JULUS So G©©IEAU
Market 711.
Oakland 4043.
v
?wSICIAN
Bottltda'-
J
Independent of the Trust
the godeat; funeral service win
furnish for $73. embalming timed,
filter mounted, cloth covered m-Uer.
bcarse
and two carriages
und £ii*
persoiial superTiston.
TRUBT UKDERTAKER3 WILL CHARGE
yon $75 for the casket alone, and alt
their price* are proportionate.
Oodeau Funeral Btrrice Saves Xou Half.
Auto Euibulance, carriages and autos for
What does
Daddy want?
hire.
SAN FRANCISCO
41 Van Ness Aye.
305 Columbus Aye.
OAKLAND
2210 Webster St.
Phone Cak. 4Q£5
AFTERNOON
I*, of
C< t.'o-edJi to Present "Everynmid"
in Classic <;lnde
HK UK XLEY, Apri) 13. ?RcarrariK<ments fur the
of Tfcje
production
Awakening of EverymaM," postponed
from yesterday by the women students
of the University of California, have
been completed, according to Miss Deborah Dyer of the committed in Charge,
and the masque will be prevented tomorrow afternoon. Muss I >yer announces that plans for the refunding:
r>f the purchaßO price of any tickets
have been canceled by the committee.
The masque will be givyi at 3 p. m. in
the glade by the Faculty club.
,
______
Telephone
they
William A. lialeted
C. l>. Halste<t
To Look
Young
keep
and
feel young
the
the stomach
and the bowels regular,
rlyht,
with
Beecham's Pills
(n
8E 22 Sußftfoar SUms^
hßifi with fall direction*, 10<- <t Sst
,
Of
WT
. I. TT7QQ
UIUDO <
Harris & Hess,
Attorneys )
NOTARY PI BI.IC
704),
Room
HEARST Bl ILDI.\G
Phone Kearny
Residence
Phone
West
SIS
9
,
2756
mission.
Tel. Uixsloi ."):-?
Funeral work a specialty.
BKftWN
KKXNKUY. FLOKAL AKTISTS. Wl
3f;i!) ur. Va.ftii-iit?Dbloß Stort; fuueral work a
it lowest prices.
PJione Market 5723.
gutter -79G.
All klnda
KLURAL WORK anil choice CIT FI.OWKK3.
I'ARK
FLORAL. 1437 Halght ft.; plione Park
y.?,r,
of
?Cat ftgmim, plants, ct-. K. Qfor**. Prop.
Cl-KiS ie JACOB.SON. German floriats; artistic
desiens tpedmltj. MS Flllaiore it.; Parlj J ,61.
SHIBELEY-MANN CO., the leading florists, 1203
Sutter: FraukllD ?OT>4. Fnnlc Sblbeley, Mfr.
UNION FLOKJSTS, [inone Market 328»?Funeral
VForU \u25a0 HMcialty. 11017 lOtli si. Dwar Mission.
:
I
CEMETERIES
AM>
CREMATORIES
.Cy{p)ir®§s Lsiwna
?
blood pure,
JO
¥1 .ORIS TS
(nj'^ft^li^fWrn
PttOQf! Franklin 6265.
Ectablished
by Wm. A.
Halsted. 1883
\u25a0
I'
No connection
establishment.
with
mnf
other
CEMETERY ASSfcJ.
Maar&efc StoSgft
<$)®S
883.
BUTTER Cemetery
Phone,
*
HOJ&B Wirr*
H
Mission SS-U
All arrangements
for burlele or cr*m»tlone
mad* at city office or cemetery.
Special ett.-T
tlon jlTen to REMOVALS from old city e«»*.
Uxlee. Entire cemettry under perpetual car*.
' I jg*j**£**«*
Jjy
«w Ptr*«tul
g*r.
Wmk
«i