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THE MOENIKG OREGONIAN, MONDAY, KOYEMBEB 21, 1904.
SAILS IN BALLAST
filled the cabin with gas, -which quickly
caught fire. He tried to extinguish the
flames, which soon enveloped the boat,
and to save his life "was forced to leap
into the river. He "was later rescued and
taken to the hospital. An alarm of fire
was turned In, and the department re
sponded, but the gasoline tank exploded.
-r . r, t . M,: i i sponaed, out me gasoline tans exploded,
IraUID oteamSMD VIKlng 10 bursting the boat, which sank. The Mar-
' I ket Bov was. a small craft, and belonired
LOaii al I dUUIUdi to tne iioquiam i'acKing uompany.
Loth to Believe Makaweli Lost.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 20. Local
chlnnotoa lava immllllni. n annom no
TRinP niVFRTFD FROM CITY true the reported foundering of the
of Vancouver Island. It is pointed out
that the Makaweli was loaded with
coal, while reports from Victoria say
that a great amount of lumber was
washed ashore. It Is suggested that the
lumber may have been washed from
the decks of the barkentlne Puako,
which sailed from, Ballard, Wash., No
vember ?. ror soutn Ainca wna
cargo of lumber.
Puget Sound Lines Employ Many
Tramp Steamers Captain Harry
Struve as a Blockade
The Norwegian steamship Viking has
been given very quick dispatch and will
be ready to sail for Puget Sound today.
Kilborn Due at Marshfield.
MARSH FIELD, Or., Nov. 20. (Spe
cial) A message from Russell, Rogers
& Co., of San Francisco, to Mayor
Sengstacken states that the Kilborn, a
cv, hii innd iron and general cargo at 14-knot steamer. Is due here tomor
Tacoma for the Far East. Jnasmuch as row m6rninff on her way to Portland,
xacoma ioi- It Jg beUevcd here tne Kllborn- Is to be
more wan '""T -o put on the regular run between Port
ental freight nas Deen oivenea iruu land and Coog Bay Mr Russell ls on
land ana .roruana iemuji "-'"" board.
past 60 days, It ls not easy to uuuer
stand why the Viking should be obliged
to leave Portland Tn ballast to load at
Tacoma. The only explanation seems to
be that the enterprising managers of the
Puget Sound lines are taking care of the
business while Manager benwenn is per-
Domestlc and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA, Nov. 20. Arrived at 9:5 A M.
and left up at 11 A M. Steamer Geo. tV.
Elder, from San FranclBco. Arrived down at
2 P. M. Barkentlne George C Perkins. Ar
rived down at 10 A. M. Steamer Despatch.
TV. H. Smith. Port Hadlock. Sailed Steamer
California, for New York; steamer George
Loomls, for Seattle; bark Osterbek, for Vic
SMOTHERED BY THE SMOKE.
xnittlng that of Portland to. get away j,,,, of the at B P nuBh: wind
from the port as rapjaiy as uiEiu'c- northwest: weather cloudy, with rain.
addition to the VlKlng. tne sieamauii San .Francisco, Nov. 20. Arrived at noon
Germanlcus and Quito will load on Puget steamer Columbia, from Portland. Arrived
Sound for the Orient this month, and the u. S. S. Paul Jones, from Magdalena Bay;
n-rtro (steamers Inverness and Tex- steamer Tlfrinla. from Ladysmith; schooner
an were dispatched last month. These,
In addition to .the regular liners Hyades,
Mnrhonn. Telemachus. Pleiades, Kanaga-
wa Maru, Shawmut and Tremont and Deu
calion, will make a total of 14 steam
ships for the Orient from Tacoma and
Seattle within 60 days, compared with the
Arabia, Arragonia and Nicomedla from
Portland for the same period.
The Inverness. Hero, Quito, Viking and
Germanlcus are all tramp steamers. They
are oDn tor business wherever it is oi-
ferlng and 'they could be chartered for
Portland as reasonably as for Puget
Sound. But Mr. Schwerln does not seem
anxious to charter ships for Portland.
In fact, he has held off doing so for so
long that he has already succeeded In di
verting a lot of trade to Puget Sound
which cannot soon be regained and instead
of needing tramp steamers, there will
soon be an Insufficient amount of busl-
Twelve Tenement-House Dwellers
Lose Lives In New York.
NEW YORK, Nov. 20. Smothered be
fore they could reach the fire escape In a
tenement building at 1S5 Troutman street.
in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn,
12 persons met death shortly before 2
o'clock this morning. Two entire fam
ilies, those of Maranio Triolo and Charles
Polognlo, were wiped out, the last living
member of each being now In a hospital
with no hope of their recovery. They are
ness for the regular liners which he is .Charles Polognlo, 35 years old, and Tony
sendlnc here. The shippers who have Triolo, 13 years old. both of whom are
been forced to send their freight to Pu
Ket Sound are naturally very much
wrought up over the situation, especially
when they notice the Puget Sound lines
chartering steamers In both Portland and
San Francisco to proceed to Tacoma to
load. One of them, in discussing the mat
ter yesterday, said:
"There is no longer any doubt la my
mind that Schwerln is doing all that Is
In his power to kill the trade out of Port
land with a view to throwing It to San
Francisco. With such a miserable serv
ice as he is now giving us, he can soon
reduce the business to such small propor
tions that It will be easy to Induce Mr.
Harrlman to forget his promise and leave
terribly burned. Although In the opinion
of the Coroner all the dead were suffo
cated. the bodies were badly burned be
fore they could be taken from the ruins
by the firemen
The burned house Is In the center of a
row of three-story tenements, extending
the length of the block, and was occu
pied by Italians. The fire Is supposed
to have started lii the cellar of tho gro
eery store on the ground floor. The eel
lar was stored with Inflamable material
and the flames spread with lightning-like
rapidity. All the occupants were asleep
at the time and there was much delay
in sending in the first alarm.
Before the firemen arrived the fire had
communicated to the adjoining tenement,
us with the same old inadequate service but here the occupants had sufficient
that has always handicapped us. It will
take a long time to get back the business
that has been forced to leave Portland,
for In many respects the service today is
no better than it was when Samuel Sam
uels was trying to handle it with three
antiquated tramp steamers.. We did .not
expect much then,' but there has been
such an enormous increaseln' the busi
ness that we feel that at least a portion
of the increase should be taken care of
by a Portland line."
STRUVE, BLOCKADE RUNNER.
Shipmaster Who Tried to Reach port
Arthur Well Known in Portland.
Captain Harry Struve, who is reported
in the hands of the Japanese after an un
successful attempt to take a blockade
runner to Port Arthur, Is pretty, well
known on the Portland water front. He
was In command of -the old steamship
Haytlan Republic when she was engaged
In the smuggling- business between British
Columbia and Portland." Captain Struve
was" not Implicated in the smuggling op
erations, and was generally thought to
be on the steamer more for a love of ad
venture than for any other reason. He
was born In Vancouver, Wash., about 40
years ago, but spent the most of his life
warning 'and all escaped. All the bodies
were found In the rear room of the third
floor and it was evident that all had been
Ksuffocated in their effort to reach the
fire escape at tho back of the building.
The two who were rescued were found in
the lower hallway soon after the fire
men reached the scene. The dead:
The mother and two small children of the
Maranio Triolo, his wife and three children.
Marie Ambroslo and her 18-year-old daughter.
Mary Gallgnol, 18, and Leonarl Grosscppl,
The total loss ls estimated at 510.000.
BIG PROHIS ARE AT WAR
EDITOR WOOLLEY MAKES .SAV
AGE ATTACK ON STEWART.
Chairman of Prohibition Committee
Said to Have Used Funds Im
properly $5000 Libel Suit.
fairness that you f6rbld these Jackals
to hunt mo down at the expense of the
Prohibition party. Let them pay their
own bills." ,
Tells of Raid on Treasury.
The story of the "raid upon the party
treasury" Ta left for Mr. Johnson to
telL No blame ls placed upon the
shoulders of Treasurer Samuel Dickie,
as it is plainly stated in the opening
paragraphs that he had no knowledge
of the manner in which the National
chairman was dispensing1 the funds
which came to him personally.
In heavy type the names of the mem
bers of the "gang" are printed In the
New Voice. As printed they are:
"Tho Rev. Oliver W. Stewart, Na
"The Rev. W. P. F. Ferguson, one
time maanglng editor of the Voice.
'James A. Tate, National secretary.
"W. F. Mulvlhlll. Stewart's bosom
friend, political handy man, and once
business manager .of the Voice."
There are six printed pages in all in
the New Voice, and every paragraph
contains sentences of a sensational na
Will Consult Attorney.
Mr. Johnson is already defendant in
a $5000 libel suit brought by Mr. Stew
art, and the latter, when shown the
proofs of the paper last night, declared
that he would have to consult his at
torney before taking further action
against Mr. Johnson or against Mr.
In the words of Mr. Johnson, the Na
tional chairman forced Dr. Swallow,
the late Presidential candidate to
'trudge about the country on a cam
paign tour, footing expense bills with
borrowed money and acting as a col
lector of campaign funds for the chair
In brief, the charges brought against
Mr. Stewart are:
That National Chairman Stewart ilea
when he circulated broadcast through
out the country, "with National com
Ambition, inflamed by Its complete
gratification, gradually worked the
complete degradation of Oliver W.
Stewart, chairman of the National and
Executive committees of the Prohibi
tion party, according to an editorial In
this week s issue of the New Voice, Mr.
Woolley's Prohibition publication,
which also contains an article by W. E.
Johnson charging the National chair-
roan with being the leader of a gang of
four looters of the National campaign
treasury, which. It is declared, has
Buffered to the extent of about $15,000,
says the Chicago Inter-Ocean.
The He Is given direct to Mr. Stewart,
and he is accused of treason to the
party, of stealth, of "rubber heel
work, of Imposition upon the confi
dence of the National treasurer, and of
strategy. All of these charges are made
by Mr. Woolley. Mr. Johnson, in his
article, names the three men he de
clares to have been Mr. Stewart s ac
complices In the looting of the cam
Either to secure control of the Iew
Voice or tov ruin It and Mr. Woolley, Its
editor, ls declared to have been the ob
3ect of the "gang" of which Mr. Stew
art is cited as the leader.
Treachery Is" C-iarged.
In plain language Mr. Johnson
charges that Mr. Stewart staved off a
meeting of the executive committee Lmittee funds," statements that tho
While his companions looted the treas
The editorial written by Mr. Woolley
is headed "A "Black Chapter." In part
"The story of the raid on our party
treasury by two of the chief officers
of the National committee is told in
part in this Issue. Over $13,300 of our
scanty campaign fund has been wasted
in an underhand. attempt to build up a
private enterprise. This was done on
rubber heels, by stealth and by imposl
tlou on the confidence of the National
treasurer, not to help the party, but
to help the ring.
"While this vulgar rascality was
working out, an even meaner graft was
doing at headquarters. The National
committeeman was proceeding to re
turn himself to the Legislature at the
expense of the Prohibition party."
It is explained that "expense" does
not necessarily mean money, but lack
of moral support to Dr. Swallow, who
was allowed to go practically alone on
his campaign, instead of being" accom
panied by Mr. Stewart, who Is accused
of staying at home to concentrate his
entire ability and energy on his own
Calls Stewart Ambitious.
In conclusion tho editorial reads
"At the time of the election the
chairman was an honest man, but al
New Voice had passed into other than
Prohibition hands, and that the He is
manufactured out of whole cloth a
part of the plot to wreck the New
That no one on the New Voice
charged him with squandering $13,300
of campaign funds, but that the Na
tlonal executive committee- does .charge
him with squandering this amount in
schemes of private vengeance instead
of using it to help the Swallow cam
Discusses Party Funds.
That the $13,300 was turned over to
Secretary Tate for the campaign lit
erature or. tne- citizen, a paper pub
Ushed In the town of Harriman, Ten.
That more than $10,000 was diverted
to various uses without ever having
reached the treasurer.-
That $2000 was expended In "extoll
ing the chairman and appealing for
subscriptions to Tate's paper." This ls
described as having been repudiated
by tne executive committee, which re
quested him to refund the amount.
That he refused to pay for campaign
orators to accompany Dr. Swallow on
That $3500 of the fund went to Mr.
Mulvlhlll, Stewart's campaign manager.
That, when forced to pay for one
orator to accompany Dr. Swallow, out
of a spirit of revenge he broke ud
Cline, Geo F
Clocklan. Dr John L
Cocker ham. Dr H E
Con bey. M J
uoate. o W
uorser, irvinjc G
Crist. W W
Creser. W E
uuru: -William E
Daugherty, J it
Davit. Harry C
Dribel. R S
DlcKerson. Geo II
Dodge. William I
uoage. & n
Damars, J W
uupont. A A
Duner Co.. A
Duncan, Jaa H
Ewlng. E O
Easter. Henry E
Edwards. Dr Chas S
Edwards, Edw J
Ellis. F D
Evans, Earle O
Evans. Chas N
Farmer. Fred F
Fields, R J
Field. R A
Field. Fred H
FItr. Prof John W
Fox. Fred S
Fraser, Richard R-
Froger. T P
most insanely ambitious, and almost I Pj"- J.101?'8 fl,nalJ?1Iy scheduled for
destitute of consideration alike for
those who opposed him and those who
offered counseL The advancement
ruined him. The salary seemed to him
riches, and the power omnipotence. All
the fine spirit which grace and fortify
true leadership gentleness, meekness,
patience and the like shriveled In the
limelight, and he became a mere bar
baric chief, brutal but magnificent.
"From the tjme of -his elevation to
the Leglslatue tho degradation was
complete. His one maxim was, 'Dis
credit anybody who ls In the way
the Auditorium In Chicago November 4
That $100 forfeit money was lost by
That he had checks made payable to
himself. Ignoring the treasurer and
preventing the auditing of his books.
That he refused to call a meeting of
the executive committee which wished
to Inquire where campaign money was
Accused of Persecution.
"That, as the leader of "the gang.'
he persecuted Mr. Woolley and sought
to injure his business, and finally used
"This, of course, meant mud and lies, the National campaign monev for that
ana xaie ana r erguson ana xauiviniiu i purpose.
In speaking of himself to the Prohi
bitionists of the country and to his
own friends Mr. Woolley concludes his
appeal by saying:
"Now at last I speak because I musL !
I Not to call for help I can take care
of myself but to demand - In simple
TONNAGE EN ROUTE AND IN PORT
Vessels Chartered or Available for Grain Cargoes From
That he drew two salaries at- one
time one of $3000 a year as National
chairman, and ono of $1000 as mom
ber of the Illinois Legislature.
Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Mulvlhlll are
charged with attempting to wrest Mr.
woolley's business from him by black
mail methods, and.it is related that
when they failed Mr. Woolley was
compelled to employ a constable to
eject them forcibly from his office.
STOCK EXCHANGE 1IERV0TJS.
around Seattle. As a boy he had a great May 25 (Carl
fondness for the water, and spent most
of his time playing hookey from school
and taking trips on the ocean tugs and
Puget Sound steamers. His father, Judge
Struve, of Seattle, endeavored to train
him Into the law, but met with poor suc
cess, and the young man eventually
worked toward the top In his chosen call
When the Spanish War broke out ho
was given command of the best trans-
Vllle de Mulhouse
port In the service, and was afterward I ICarnedd Lewellyn
given a good berth on shore in the Phil
ippines. The old love for adventure
seemed to have asserted itself, and he ls
reported to have embarked in this block
ade-running enterprise with a promise of
1.000,000 roubles If he succeeded in landing
His cargo in Port Arthur. Struve Is
genial, rollicking, good-natured .fellow.
big In heart and frame, and with plenty
of nerve to carry out any project he un
dertakes, if it is in the range of possibil
ities for any one to succeed In it. The
spirit which prompted his latest adven
ture may not be altogether commendable.
but the daring skipper has a host of
friends along the Pacific Coast; who would
have been much pleased to see him suc
ceed In his big. undertaking.
Disquieting Reports From Afghanis
tan and Russia.
LONDON, Nov. 20. Rumors of a collis
ion in Afghanistan and of a hitch in the
Anglo-Russian negotiations threw the
Stock Exchange the past week into a ner.
vous condition, depressing all the markets
and greatly restricting trade. While there
ls no belief In the possibility of war be
111 tween Great Britain and Russia operators
are extremely sensitive and cautious.
Saturday reassuring reports brought
return of confidence and the market rao-
iaiy improved. The fluctuations In the
American market were very erratic.
Total tonnage en route and listed, 35,464.
GRAIN TOXXAGB IN THE RIVER
ShloDina Men at Tacoma Discredit Oct. 29
rj. 1 1 l v
oiury or ncr i-uss.
MAKAWELI WAS COAL LADEN
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 20. Torrent
of rain fell here last night and today
and a high gale prevailed but no ma
rine disasters are reported. The wire
to Tatoosh is down, but a terrific storm
ls prevailing off Cape Flattery.
Shipping men discredit the Victoria
report, of the wrecking of the barken
tlne Makaweli. Sho was laden with
coal In Tacoma, taking about 1700 tons
for Mazatlan, Mexico. The story from
"Victoria that the barkentlne being
overloaded with deck cargo and turn
ing turtle. Is probably untrue. The
Makaweli was well down in the water
with coal, and the rough dimension
lumber which ls being found along the
shores is certainly not from the Maka
The fact that a life buoy, bearing
the barkentine's name, has been car
ried ashore is no proof that the ship
has gone to the bottom. While nothing
has been .heard of the Makaweli since
she sailed from Tacoma October 30, it
is possible that she may have been
carried to the north In the high gale3.
but the finding of lumber shows that It
is some other vessel than the barken
tlne whlcn foundered.
Br. bark i
Col. No. 1
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Biaio aaie oa Which they were advertised.
November 21. They will be charsred for at the
rate or l cent for each advertisement called for.
Adams, H R Lonacre. E S
Adams. B . Lotich.
Allln, J E Lowenson. X,
Allen, Air red Lowe. John A
Allen. Bev. W R Lusberg, Jno 11'
American Barber Col-Lupton. Chas
Total tonnage In port, 31,703.
GRAIN' TOXXAGE EX ROUTE TO PUGET SOUXD
La Tour d'Auver
Col. Vbols Mareull
Oct. 10 (Lyderhorn
Total tonnage en route and listed, 30,7c
Andrews, n ii
Aveas, A E
Brars. "Dr John R
uacon, i c
Baker, Xr Jas A
Baker. R C
Baker. W J
Berry, Major, C J
Bishop. Ellas B
Brady. J W
Briggs. W C
Lutld. H S
Macqceen, F N
McTImmonds, J V
McBrlde, E A
McCuIIagb. L Keith
M&cDougal, J J
McFadden. J C
McGary, J D
Mclnnls. K J
McHugh, Charles J
McKechme, Dr N C
KcLeod. O C
Malott. Edgar W
Mallory, B F
Mandey. J B
Mansfield, Gum Co.
Marshall. .John C
Markwood. W E
Martin. J M
Morrison. J C
Moses, E L
Murr, W F
Murray. C M
Murphy, Barney I
Nash. C E
NeyZand. B G-2
Nichols. J Hulff
& Oil Co
Oakes. Wm H
Olson, P Fred
Ott. W J-2
Owen, E F
O'Brien, J E
Onell. Dr S P
Palmer. N John E
Paris Art .Co
Parker, Joseph E"
Parker. Frank E
.Pearl, Lee H
Peterson. Che A
Phillips. C A
Porter. T F .
"Portland and Idaho
Portland Shodda Mill
Potter, S S-2
Proudfoot. -A J
Pratt. James E C
Qulnn, C J
Ramsey, Chas 0-2
Gaddls. Mrs Jennie
Geller, Mrs C
Gerst, Mr G
Goble. Mrs C A
Goldsmith, Miss Elaa.
GoodclL Miss Daisy
Gould. Alias Isabella
Ryan. Mrs Janle
Sable. Mra Pearl
Sadewasse. Miss Minnie
sco Hard. Miss Rose
Scott. Miss Alma
Scott. Mrs W H
Seagle. Mrs Lynn
Seaburgh. Miss H
Seymour. Miss Kate
Sheely, Miss Jeanette
Greenman, Mlaa Bertha Simpson. Mra Wm
Green. Mrs R A
Hallock. Miss Ahlma
Hah. Miss Maud
Hall. Miss Grace
Hanna. Mrs Robert
.nausea. Jirs irs
Sink. Miss Edna.
Smith. Miss May
Smith. Mrs C J (2)
Smith. Mrs Mary (2)
Smith. Mlsa F
Smith. Baby of Mrs W
S prague. Mrs Otis
HosUellton. Miss Dollle S prague. Mrs George
3&tland. Miss Ellen Stump. Miss Grace
Haven. Mrs Martin Stall. Mrs Eva
Hayden, Miss Mary W Stephens. Mrs Myrtle
da. yes, iilss Bertha Strickland, ansa name
Headley. Miss Mini C
Hermann, Mrs B H Stnttots, Mlso- Mabel
Htrspring, Mra T T Sutford, Mrs Belle
Hesn, Miss Hazel Thompson. MrsJJ
Hllderbrant. Mra EmmaTaylor. Miss Lydla.
Hoffman. Mrs c A Temtigaara. airs Ame
Hollowell. Mrs Sarah Ua
Hollowell. Sallle Temple. Mrs Alvle
Thorp, Mlia Nettle
Thompicn. Miss Ida
Toolev. Mrs Charles
Trorabla. Mrs Amanda
Hopper. Mrs Clara. H
Houks. Mrs M J
Houiels. Mrs S H
TTnwn.tr. MIm Gertrude Turrey. Mrs
B xurpin. airs juict
Howard. Mrs M E Wacker. Mrs A
Indergard. Mlaa GJlrtlneWaldron. Mrs
Irving. Miss Grace wens, Mua .ia,
Jacksorf. Mrs T M West. Mini Viola
Jeannlngs. Mrs H C Wheeler. Miss Inez
Jahinlgan. Mrs Walter White; Mrs George
Joplln. Mrs COrs. wticox, jmsa wore
Kahler."Mrs Bertha Wilson. Miss Amanda
Kaunn. Mis3 uiara vvinsion. airs aauu
Vftvanauch. Mra O Wiseman. Miss Edytn
Kelsey. MIsn Ada I (2) Woodwln. Mrs Emma
Kenyon, airs i-aui wooacocu, Mia raj
Kenney. Jars irans a worn, jiisb
Kevin. Mrs Lilly Wright. Miss M C
Klmmls, Mrs Florence Welch. Miss Doria P
Burns. Mrs John Ross, WllUam
Malllee. Wm Stacy. W M
McCallum. Mrs MaryWede, Mrs B
Morris. Mrs K E ,r
Aim union va&inc:
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tourist sleep.'
lsg-cars dally to Omaha. Chicago, Spokaae;
tourist eleeplnz-car dally to Kansas City;
through Pullman tourist sleeping-car Xpersoa
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Reclining
calr.cars (seats free) to the East dally.
Fredericksburg Cafe, Reeves, Ed
Garnett, A J
Gem Art Co
Gilliam. T L
Goldsmith. Huo B
Green, G II
Green. W M
Reagan. J C
Reynolds. Capt J J
Reynolds. D D
Rlnker. G M
Rodgers. George v
Rogers Co, T M
Rohrer. W B . -
Grinslade. Charles L Roscow. Harold
Griflltb. G C
Haines, c is
Hamley, M J
Hamell. Dr B F
Hansen, A Chester
Hansen. Ernest H
Harris, Geo A
Hartman. L H
Hnv-nrooil William TT Slnr. N
Hayes, C Murdoch uiominsKy. aiyer
Hayes, Jas &mun. a a
Hefner. J Smith. F Anthony-
Hedge, Joseph Smith. Frank L
Helbert. J C Smith. Harry
Helmbuscher. MIchaelSmlth. R
Henley. Walter Smith. Dr k. l
Hensley. C B Smith, Morton
Hendrich. Harold E Smith, Wm
Herring. A A
Herschel, Dr Hamll
Rose. L E
Rupert, Frank A
Sawyer. Djvld O
Scott. L J
Scott, Mr and Mrs
Shay. L C
Shelly, C a
Shipley. Wm J
Hess. Allen O
Hester, Rev. C P
Hochstetler, H A
Hobson. R E
Hoffman. P A
Snook. M D, W H
Spink. P J
St John. M D
St Paul's Academy
Stanley. C D
Stenodergaard, R Ol
Stewart. J M
Stlmson, C F
Storaas, T J
Hollster, Master Ken-Taylor. G W
Holmes. J A
Hosteller. H A-2
House. J C (M D)
Howell. L M
Hunt, J T
Jacques. J B
Judge.' J W
Jackson. C H
James. R L
Jensen, M L
Johnson, James T
Johnson. W W
Jones. James R
Jones, Rev. H WyseVelt. Joe
Jordan. Jas G
Keeton, Frank -Kelly.
Kelley. G E
Kent, L G
Keogh. M P
KIrkley. J S
Taylor. J W
Taylor, R T
Thoenton, Drew T
Thompson. A S
Thompson. J A
Thompson, E J
Tremble. Joseph A
Tunney, John F
V S Land Co
Yander Zee, Wlllem
Wade. A B
Wade, C .
Walton. W E
Weaver. Charles V
Webster, F E
Wclmare. J W
Whlsler. W P
Whlteman. William J
White. Ed W
Konglenski. William White. L P
WIechman. A G
Wilcox. N S
Williams, Ch F
Wilson. Chas W
Wilson, J W
Wilson. Tom M '
VrUht. E A-2
""ounsr. E E
Voung, Mr and Mrs
GRAIX TONNAGE OIT PUGET SOUXD
Launch Market Boy Blows Up.
HOQUIAM. Wash., Nov. 20. (Special.)
The launcn juaricet Boy caught fire this
morning, causing the gasoline tank to ex
plode. The vessel now lies at the bottom
of the Hoqulam River, while the En
gineer, James Cain. Is in the General
Hospital, badly burned about the head
Cain went to the boat this morning, at
S o'clock, to get reaoy for a trip down the
bur, a&d lit a. match to find his lantern.
leak to the gasoline tank had
Name. " faster, f From, cbSSSS Berth,
Sept. 26 Dunfermline Br. ship Woodward itrTSIShanghal Disengaged Tacoma
July 31 Dunstaffnage Br. bark Forbes 3129 Hiogo Disengaged Tacoma
Aug. 26 Engelhorn Br. bark Levitt 2374 Fusan Disengaged Victoria
Sept. 27 Bertha Ger. ship Helneke 2613 Rotterdam Disengaged Seattle
Sept. 7 Falklandbank Br. ship Robbins 17S1I Glasgow Disengaged Vancouvr
Oct. 11 Ed. Detaille Fr. bark Drillet 17281Newcastle E P.F.M.Ca Tacoma
Oct. 15 Ancona Br. bark Robbins 2570 Callao Disengaged Victoria
Oct. 21 ISokoto Br. ship Burke 21S3 Hong Song; Disengaged P. Town'.
Nov. 13 JRochefaucauld Fr. bark Grouhel 11725 Shanghai Disengaged Royal Rd
Brooks. ' David WesleyMaxwcll, W T
Brown; H is Menuer, Aivin
Brown. P O Merrill. George K
Bruns. Horace Mlrley. Stewart .
Buchanan. Andrew C Mrlcheals. C W
Burek; J a
Buren, L M
Butterflelds. OUa E
Miller. T C
Miller, Joseph, A
CenonetU. M YlBcehxoMiller. J C L
Total tonnage in port, 19,161.
Cadlyer. N W
Cast less, D
Chambers; C S
Clark, C JS
Clark. Hery Dew
Clrke, Rf 2t
Mitchell. W B
Moe, - Bert
Monlcal. E T
Moos. ' George . X
Kuhn. Chas -Lewellen,
Laugh. C A
Leonard. C B
Lighter. T M
Little. P G
Little. A G
- WOMEN'S LIST.
Akins. Mrs Cora !f; flt! ilT.1111 ;
Abraham, auss ids ' ;
Adams. Mrs Ella SSf? 2
Almorth. Mrs S Xrn
Alexander. Miss Jen-KoppraBerth
Anderson. Mr. F J gr-J C
Arnold, Mrs T b Lamb. Miss EUa
BacKman. .miss LatouV. Mrs Maxlme
wenma. . Latham. Mrs Esther
Baker. Misses uaiy T,UEhren. MUs Kate
and Grace Lease. Mrs- Catherine
Balls. Miss Ueo inland. Misa Alice M
uaiawin. jubscb "Len, Mrs
and Bertha Livingston, Mrs R
Barker, Mrs u C loos Misa
Barns; Mrs S C Long. Mrs May
Barr, Mrs Jane Lord, Mrs W
BsrteL Miss Jessie nirOnwn. Vnt A
Basey. Mra Maud D McDowell. Mrs Mel-
Bran, airs tise bourne UO
Beldon. Mrs Annie McClure. Mrs R D
Berry, Mrs G T McGulre, Misa
Black, Miss Nana McKay. Misa L
Rodflft- Mra J H Mack. Misa Frances
Bradley, Mra Mansfield, Mrs Augusta
Tlrftrmlnr Misa E O
Bromley. Mrs Genla Marvin, Mrs Frank
Ttmwn Mist Hazel Marion. Miss Elsie
Brown. Miss MargaretMartlg. Miss Llzle
Brown. Miss Lucue aiaraa, jun cmus.
Bruck, Katherine Marshaiif -t-nen
Buckley, aiiss tsaaie jxarju, ji "'"
Buchanan. MUs FalthMattaon, Mrs B A
Campbell. Mrs Myra, Mlddlebrooks. Mrs E A
Carson. Miss Jessie XTirh
Cartright, Miss BntnMJUs. Mrs S
Carson. Mra MlUlngtpn. Mrs J W
Carter.' Misa. Mabel LM er. Miss Bvuyn
Carter. Miss Jeff Ml! . Mia Kittle
Chapman. Mrs HattleMlller. Mtes Lulu
Cbilds. Mrs B C 'aJu1!4 B
Church. Mra Arthur Mrs EL
Clark. Miss Geneva Moore. Mrs E N
ESS' ?.Sr MS. MUs JW
ge.MMrMufnie Munchausen. Miss
Cocking. Miss Crystal MrJ AnnIe
Conley. Mrs Lulls. nytrs. Miss Mabel
Conrad, Mrs R J Myers, Misa Lydla
Couse. Mrs E T Nelson. Mlas Fannie
Cox. Miss Mary vi -r a
Crable. Mrs John H nisen. Misa Florence
Crawford. Miss PearL-v.-, Mrs J R
Crockett. Elizabeth p&unateer. Mrs Frank
U rowei i. -lira airy palmer. Mrs Morris
Cummins. Mrs Roxlepe0pies jilss "
Curetor. MUs E put. Mrs F S
Darcy. Mra Margaret pcrry. Miss Mary
Tiftvia. Lucy A Peterson. Nora.
I, Davidson, Miss Hildapotter. Pearl
X Dempsey. Fay Pratt. Mrs Mary D
Desrnona, uoromi Price. Miss Alice
TJerermark. Lyda Pukert. MUs
Tlorrit. Mrs R L Trlcerson. ' Mrs Tom
Draper. MUs Norma Ramsey, Dr Clythle J
Edgerton. Miss uaisyRfloaes. Misa neseie
Misa Johanna 'RtifM'nlf. Mra Mollle
Ellison, Miss Beasle Roa darnel, Misa Annie
Ellsworth, Mra JenaleRankla. Mrs xmxt
Elliott. Miss Dolly Ray. Mlaa Hasel
Euhrignt. miss -J.uueeea. -iw
The Marconi System Is now In successful
It ls now ueed by tho British. Admiralty ex
Tho annual revenue of the comDany tor 1903
Increased 700 per cent over mat 01 ico previous
. rPiA nenn Svatem ia now emDloved by the
I Italian Government exclusively. In all depart
It la now in daily operation on nearly 100
steamships In the Mercantile Marine,
Under a' 14-year contract with Lloyd's great
Shlnnlnsr Arenev it ls emDloyed all over the
world In reporting vessels registered with that
The British Poetofflce Denartment has entered
Into a traffic agreement with the Marconi Sys
tem to deliver its messages to au pans oi tuns-
land, Ireland. Scotland and Wales.
The earnings of one department of this com-
tianv (the trans-Atlantic), when in full opera
tion. New Year's day. 1003, will alone be BUffl
clcnt to payan annual dividend 3f 150 per cent
on, the present capitalisation
The Marconi System baa been heavily subsi-
dwed by the Canadian uovernment, ana icen
nm rtnxr in active operation on Canadian toll
upwards of 15 stations in tne service oi ua
The Western Union Telegraph Company and
the Postal Telegraph Company have each en
tered Into traffic agreements with the Marconi
System to deliver Its messages to all parts of
the united tjtatea ana urnaaa.
The Marconi System is now a permanent fac
tor in American business lii by the commer
cial establishment of nvo stations m aaiiy use.
in the transmission of ordinary telegraphic mes
Th rurcnni Kvstem is now ooeratlnc in the
service of a dally newspaper, puoiisnea in mia-nr-MTi
nn board Cunard steamshlos. It la esti
mated that thla branch of the Marconi business
will bring the company- a net annual proai oi
Thee are. trat faint Indications of what mayt
be accomplished through the tnorougn esiaD
llshment of the Marconi System. Full detalU
concerning this and other matters of import
ance bearing upon the Marconi System may be
obtained by wnung us today, we niu oeaa
vrm eomnleta literature and exDlaln our easy-
payment plan of owning stock ta this company.
SOUTHWESTERN SECTOUTTJES CO.,
614 H. W. Hellman Bulldlag,
Jam Angeles, California.
UNION DEPOT. Leaves. Arrives.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 0:13 A. M. S3 P. M.
81SU1A1 for the ut Dally. Dauy
til-OKANii i'LYiiK, p. il. A M.
for Juuutn Wa4oing- Dauy. D&ur.
ton, Vtalla Walla, Low
lsion. Cocur d Aleut
and art ax Northtn.
ATLANTIC EXPRlid; j:13 P. M i :13 A M.
for the East via Hum . Dally. Dally,
FOR ASTORIA and S :00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.
way points, connecting Dally. Dally.
wlLQ etenmnr for Ilwa- except except
co and North Beach Sun oar. Sunar.
steamer Hassalo,- Ash- Saturday,
street dock (water per.) 10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON, Ore- T:XI A M. jUW V. iU
gon City and XamhUI Dally. DUy.
River points suameri except except
Modoc and Ruth. Aeh- Sunuay. Sunday.
street dock (water per.j
FOR LEWISTOM. 1:40 A M. 1 About
Idaho, and way point Dally. 3:00 P. M,
from Rlparla, Wash, except except
steamers Spokana ana Saturday. Frliay
LewUton. ( ,
TICKET OFFICE. Third aad "WasMnxtoa.
Teiephone Main 712.
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND S. S. CO.
For San Francisco, every five days from
Alnsworth dock S. S. Geo. W. Elder, Nov.
22; S. S. Columbia. Nov. 17-27. Sailings from
Alnsworth dock. 8:00 P. M.
PORTLAND Jt ASIATIC S. S. COMPAN1.
For Tokohama. and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila, Port Ar
thur and Vladivostok; S. S. Nicomedla, Nov.
21; S. S. Numantla. Dec S. For freight ana
further j-artlculars apply to
JAMES H. DEWSON. Agent.
Telephone Main 203. Upper Alaska Dock.
8:20 A M.
4:00 P. M.
7:20 A M.
IKO P. M.
for Salem, Rose-
burg. Ashland. Sac
ramento, Ugden. San
Los Angeieuu a.
Paso, New Orleans
and the East. Morn
ing tram connects:
at Woodburn t daily
except bunday) with
exam xor Blount
Held. Wen dlln and
connects at wood.
burn with Mr. Angel
and SUverton local.
7:28 A M.
7U0 P. Mi"
10:10 A M.
3:30 P. M
1183 A M.
We Charge No Interest for
Carrying Long Stock
S. K. Aides, Correapondeat,
Boom 2, Ground Floor,
Chamber of Commerce.
"All roada lead to Rome."
And all business In New York seems to tend
Grand Central Station.
This rreat building; which covers the space
of four city blocks, beginning at the comer of
4th avenue and 42d street, ls the Metropolitan
Terrain ua of the
New York Central Lines
and ls the center of the hotel, residence, club
and theater district Of the second city of the
world. To reach It, see that your ticket reads
by the NEW TORE. CENTRAL lines.
"Vr. B. JEROME.
TV. C SEACHREST.
N. Pac Coast Agt..
132 3d st., Portland. Or.
Dally. Dally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICE
ravn Portland dally for Osweeo -vt 7:30 A
M.. 12:20. 2:05, 35, 520. 8:30. 10:10 P.
t, JJaliy, except quwmj, vj-v. o.w,
103 A M-. 4:00. 11:30 P. M. Sunday, ouly.
Returning irom uewego amn fo
8:3f A 1:53, 3:03. 45, 6:15. 75. 9:55.
ii. in r t.r Ttallv accent Sunnay. (15. 720.
9:30. 1020. 11:15 A. M. Except Monday, 12:25
A M. Sunday only, 10:00 A. M.
Leave trom samo ocyui
min nointa dally except Sunday. 4 P. M.
Arrive Portland. 10:20 A M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor lino oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle. connecting
Wlin a. - - -
"?' . -i an trnm Portland to Sacramento
and Ban Francisco. 120; berth 3. Second
clasa fare. $15; tecond-class berth. 12.50.
C1S, ' nolnts and Europe. Also
Jacan China. Honolulu and Australia,
rrrv TltXETT OFFICE, corner Third and
"Washington 'streets. Phone Mam u.
Puget Sound Limuea ior
Tacoma, aeaiuc, uuiuiua,
BouthBend and Gray's
Harbor points 8:30 am 5:30-pa
North Coast Limited ror
Tacoma, eeatue, apuxaae,
uBtte. St. Paul, New York,
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 3:00 pm 7:00 asa
Twin City Express. lor
Tacoma, se&iue, spoiuuie.
Helena. St- Paul. Minne
apolis, Chicago, New York,
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 11:45pm
Puget Sound-Kansas city-
St. XOUia 1. lot
Tacoma, Seattle. Spokane,
Butte, Billings. Denver,
Omaha, Kali nas City, St.
Louis and all points East
and Southeast . . .'. 8:30 am 7 .-00 sag
All trains dally, except on South Bend branch.!
a d. CHARLTON. Assistant General Pa.
senger Agent, 255 Morrison St., corner Third.
Columbia river scenery Astoria & Columbia
PORTUND to THE DALIES
HILT (EICEfT SOAMT) 7 A. M.
Direct line for Moffetfs, St. Martin's and
Coluas Hot Springs, connecting at lorie.
Wash., with Columbia. River St Northern Ry.
(v far uoidenoaia ana xaiciuiat vauey
River Railroad Co.
Leave, j UNION DEPOT. Arrlvea.
p!)r. For Maygsrs, Rinlor, rjaiir
Clifton. Astoria, War- -4
a -CO A M. tenton, Flavel. Ham- utlSA-M.
uu " mond. Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Park, Sea
side, Astoria and, Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7;C0 P. M. Astoria Express. 9:40-P. M.
S. M' DONALD. Ax tat.
Fairer Mia Katie
Fox. Miss Mandle
Flandung. Mrs CO
Fresxad. Mrs IXC
Gjertaes. MA1 A
Reeves. Mrs George
Renhsaw. Mra Leo
Rice, Beal V
TtormnlA Mra J J
Richards. Mrsi Susan H
Robert. Mrs li
KnVnlm. Mrs C M
For South-Eastern Alaska
LEAVES SEATTLE 0 AM..
TACOMA 8 1'. M. day Pre
vious, steamships C1TZ" OF
I SEATTLE, Nov. 4, IB, 23, caiu
ling at ivetenman. jjougiaa.
Juneau and Skagway: HUM-
JBOLDT. Nov. 11. 21, via Vic-
'tnrla: COTTAGE Cliy. Nov.
7 21. via Vancouver, Sitka
and Kilusnoo; ROMONA for
Vancouver. Monday. v eunes-
. M io p. M-
ey Bvr?r Han UVamelaro with rm.
Jl?rltlimi tcr port la California, Mex-
JB7 .""B",ro;. xrr- further lnfonna.
UoWam SST t E, reserved to change
SLSnr aallSr date. City of Seattle docs
stst. call at yy rsjijcii w . "
349 Washtegtcn at.
Kukl.. wo m.m.
30 Xrniktt st, Sa FFaJKlMe.
C A. ETEWABT, J. C MATO,
s i axt., -ms Aiaer . u. jr. at r. a.
Fhona Main 968.
City Ticket Cftles, Ut M it. XImsm M
2 0YESULND TEADfS DAELT
The Flyar aad the i'a Mall.
jtme TSeketa, Saiat.. FeMsn mmA toU Is.
farBaattoa. caM b er aadre
K. DICXSOX, City Fsmcscw ami TMmi
Agt, lXt Tkirsl street, f srvUad, Or.
S. S. IYO MARU
7c JaM. Oam sjhI M AMmU fees, -ajM