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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1907.
ADRIFT IN CURRENT
Big Steamer Gymeric Breaks
Away From Her Wharf.
VESSEL SAVED BY ANCHORS
Lines Give AVay While Craft Is Be
ing W arped X'p to the Iock, and
She Reaches North Pacific
Mill Before Checked.
The British steamship Oymerlc, while
pndeavorlns to warp ahead at the
Montgomery dock yesterday, broke
from her moorings and started down
stream. She was without sufficient
steam to hold up" agalnat the heavy
current, and the two forward anchors
were let go. When opposite the North
Pacific Lumber Mill the anchors took
bold, and the progress of the steamer
was checked before any damage was
This mornlnjr the steamers Harvest
Queen and Diamond O will take hold
of the Oymerlc and return her to her
berth at Montgomery io. 2. An effort
was made yesterday afternoon to get
towboats to return the wayward vessel
to her berth, but the drift and heavy
current caused the pilot to abandon
the work and wait until this morning.
OLD WRECK RECALLED.
Great Ropuhlic Lost on Sand Island
April 20, 1879.
DAYTON, Wash., Feb. 1. (To the
Editor.) In order to settle a dispute,
will you please state In the columns
of your paper the date of the wreck
of the Great Republic at Sand Island?
J. L. DITTIMOKE.
(The steamship Great Republic, from
San Francisco to Portland, went ashore
on the west end of Sand Island, at the
mouth of the Columbia River, on the
night of April 20, 1879. The point
where she piled up has since been
known as Republic Spit. The steamer
was commanded by Captain James Car
roll and Pilot Thomas Dolg was in
charge at the time of the disaster. The
Great Repuhlic was one of the old
time steamships with side wheels and
a working beam engine. She was oper
ating between Portland and San Fran
cisco in opposition to the George W.
Klder, then a new vessel, and the Ore
gon. The latter was built the year
previous, and was a palatial craft for
those days. In leaving the wreck sev
eral members of the crew of the Re
public were drowned. All passengers
were saved and taken to Astoria.)
GALL1XE HAS TLEASAXT TRIP
French Hark Speaks Jacribsen, From
Tills Port, Xear Equator.
ASTORIA. Or., Feb. 8. (Special.)
Captain Arnandtlzpn, master of the
French bark Emllle Galline. which ar
rived last evening from London, re
ports a pleasant trip of 144 days; al
though the first part of it was excep
tionally slow. During the first 30 days
out the vessel was in a calm and made
but ten meters. She was 64 days to the
equator in the Atlantic, but after that
favorable winds were encountered and
she was only 180 days making the bal
ance of the passage. Numerous ice
bergs were sighted in the South Atlan
tic, hut off the Horn she had pleasant
The Galline spoke the French bark
Jaoobsen from this port on January 10,
in latitude 2 north, longitude 124 west.
The Jacobsen reported "all well." Cap
tain Arnandtizon states that there was
an exceptionally strong northerly cur
rent outside yesterday, and he had
hard work in making the mouth of the
river. One vessel, a three-masted
wooden ship, that he believes was an
American craft, was outside, but was
drifting to the north.
MELAXOPE IS NOW FOR SALE
lirltlsli wreck to Uo to the Highest
Taylor, Young & Co., ngenta for J. J.
Moore & Co., of San Francisco, have an
nounced that bids for the wrecked British
bark Melanope will be received February
The Melanope was abandoned the night
of December 7, 1906. oft the "Washington
coast. She was in command of Captain
Wills and waa In ballast for Eureka.
During a terrific storm she went on her
beam ends and was dismasted. Captain
"Wills, his wife, two daughters and mem
bers of the crew spent the night In the
ringing and on the following morning
took to the boats. The deTellct was af
terward picked up by the steamer North
JIASCOT IS TO BE REBUILT
Steamer Tahoma Will Go on the
Lewis River Run.
The steamer Tahoma, which has been
lying at the public levee for several
months, will go Into commission Monday
for the Vancouver Transportation Com
pany on the Lewis River run. The Ta
homa will take the place of the Mascot.
The Mascot is a deep-draft vessel, and
as she was in need of repairs It was
deemed advisable by the company to en
tirely rebuild her. "Work will be com
menced as soon as the water subsides.
Only portions of the old boat will be ueed
in the construction of the new one.
WASHINGTON BEING REPAIRED
Will Be Made Ready for Sea in a
ASTORTA. Or., Feb. 8. (Special.) The
work of repairing the barge-schooner
ashington was commenced today and
the vessel will probaly be ready for sea
in two or three days.
(When the barge Washington was fitted
out in Portland her tiller was rigged
wrong. The crossarms were so adjusted
that when the wheel wae upt down one
way her head fell off in the opposite di
rection to that which it should. In dock
ing the craft at the mills of the Eastern
& Western Lumber Company, where she
received her load, difficulty was experi
enced with the wheel, rigging and atten
tlon was called to the matter. River men
were united in the opinion that she would
get into trouble aa soon as she started
ALPHA IN DANGEROUS PLACE
Schooner Stranded on North Bank
rmpqua Captain Is Aboard.
MARSH FIELD. Or.. Feb. 8. (Special.)
Word received here from Gardiner is to
the effect that the schooner . Alpha, has
been on ' the beach since Sunday, about
two miles north of the mouth of the
TJmpqua River. The stage road between
this place and the Gardiner has been im
passable and there is no telephone or
telegraph co. unlcatlon with the place.
but It was lfc..rned today that the boat
was still stranded. The crew was saved,
but it Is reported that the captain re
fused to leave the ship until he had re
ceived orders from the owners he repre
sents. The ship is said to be in a dan
The Alpha Is a three-masted schooner
with a capacity for 500.000 feet of lumber.
She was built in 1S03 at North Bend, is
valued at about $30,000 and is owned
by Olson Sc Mahoney, of San Francisco.
The Alpha was beached once before, and
has had several accidents since she was
put in commission.
A representative of The Oregonian is
now making a trip to the scene of the
accident to ascertain the facts concern
ing the wreck.
DAMAGES TO THE ENDEAVOR
Repairs Will Cost $5000 Investiga
tion Will Follow.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Feb. 8. (Spe-
clal.) The schooner Endeavor, which
sttdy or the corNTESs of iabmocth, thaws dearest sister,
MADE AT TRIAL.
ran on a spit at the outside of the har
bor ten days ago, was placed iri dry
dock today and It was found that about
100 feet of her keel fore and aft has
been torn away, her rudder gone and
a good many ribs cracked. The repairs
to the vessel are estimated at about
The wreck of the Endeavor is to be a
subject for investigation, as her cap
tain alleges that he was forced out of
his course by the captain of the steam
The steamer Newburg, which put back
yesterday, l'l at the docks of the Slade
Mill Company. It seems that the cargo
Dae to Arrive.
Keme. From . Date.
F. A. Kllbura... Ban Fran In port
Nlcomedla Hongkong In port
Columbia. .San Fran..... in port
Alliance .. Eureka Feb. 0
Roanoke Ban Fran Feb. lO
Costa Rica San Fran Feb. 14
Geo. W. Elder Ran Pedro Feb. 17
Kumantla Hongkong Feb. 21
Arabia Hongkong Mar. 21
ArafORla Hongkong; Apr. 11
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Date
Columbia Ban Fran.... Feb. S
F. A. Kllburn San Fran. Feb. 10
Nlcomedla Hongkong Feb. 11
Alliance Eureka Feb. 12
Roanoke San Pedro Feb. 12
Costa Rloa Ban Fran Feb. 18
Geo. "W. Elder. ... San Pedro Feb. le
Numantla. Hongkong Feb. 28
Arabia. ......... . .Hongkong . ... . .Mar. 28
Aragonia Hongkong Apr. 18
American steamahlp Santa. Maria
(Lane), with 40,000 barrels of fuel
oil, from Port Harford.
American steamship Columbia
(Doran), with general cargo, from
American steamship Maverick
(Daniels), with 11,000 barrel of
fuel oil, from Ban Francisco.
American steamship Santa Maria
(Lane), In ballaat, for Port Har
ford. American steamship Columbia
(Doran), In general cargo, for San
American steamship Maverick
(Daniels), In ballast, for San Fran
cisco. of the Newburg was not properly load
ed, and when the steamer listed Cap
tain Johnson refused to go to sea. The
mlstako was made in placing shingles
Into the hold instead of the heavy tim
bers, which maie up the deckload.
Chief Engineer Flynn Marries.
Chief Engineer John J. Flynn, of the
steamship K. A. Kllburn. will be united
In marriage to Miss Maude Esse, of San
Jose Mr. Flynn failed to come north on
the vessel this trip, and by the time
the ship reaches her home port again the
chief will be a benedict. The engine
room Is in charge of First Assistant Hugh
Conroy, who embarked on the matrimo
nial eea last December.
Bumped on Peacock Spit.
ASTORIA. Or., Feb. 8. (Special.) Both
the tug Samson and the barge schooner
Washington, which she had in tow, were
disabled when they returned to this port
last evening. While crossing out the
barge got to the north of the channel
and bumped on Peacock 8pit. breaking
her rudder post. A few minutes, later
the tug blew out some of her boiler
plugs, partially disabling her. The
schooner's cargo of lumber will have to
be discharged before repairs can be
made to her steaming gear.
Captain Fred Warner, well known in
Portland as master of the steamship Ore
gon, is visiting friends in this city. Cap
tain "Warner is now occupying the posi
tion of port captain for Schubach & Ham
ilton, of Seattle.
Captain Harry Emken. a well-known
Columbia River pilot, has returned from a
trip to San Francisco.
The steamer Spancer left at noon yes
terday for Bonneville with 60 eastbound
passengers for the O. R. & N.
The Japanese steamship Manshu Maru
will sail today from Manzanillo for the
Columbia River. She is due to arrive here
in ten days.
The steamer "Lurline will be Inspected
February 26 and will then return to the
The steamship Columiba will sail to
night for Can Francisco with passengers
Arrivals and Departures.
ASTORIA. Or.. Fab. 8. Left up at T:40
A. M. Japanese steamer Kotochlra Maru.
Left up at 8:30 Al M. French bark Mare
chal dc Vlllars. Arrived at and left up
at 8:50 A. M. Steamer Rosecrans, from
Port Harford. Arrived at 9:30 and left up
at 10:15. A. M. Steamer Northland, from
San Francisco. Sailed at H:30 last night
Steamer Costa Rica, for San Francisco.
San Francisco. Feb. 8. Sailed Schooners
Marconi and Zampe, for Columbia River.
Sailed last night Steamer Yosemite, for
Columbia River. Sailed last night Nor
wegian steamer Thode Fagelund, for Port
land; returned this morning on account of
poor fuel. Sailed Schooner Zampa, Asto
ria; schooner Burgess. Port Gamble; schoon
er Marconi, Astoria; Nakaweli, Grays Har
bor; schooner Albert Meyer. Puget Sound;
steamer Hanell, Wlllapa; John C. Meyer,
Grays Harbor. Arrived Schooner Elkwood,
Grays Harbor; schooner Lyman D. Foster,
Belllngham; schooner Lily, Umpqua.
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
HIGH. I IXW.
9:40 A. M...8.0 feet'3:48 A. M S.5 feet
11:30 P. M...6.7 feet'5:07 P. M 0.5 feet
Dr. Brougher's New Series.
Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher, beginning
February 17, will Inaugurate a series of
sermons on "Jesus and Life Struggles."
In harmony with the saying that "Christ's
life and teachings furnish a solution to
every problem known to human experi
ence," Dr. Brougher says he has always
striven to be a helpful preacher and to
give the people what they need. He savs
that a Christianity which does not help
people in the great struggles of life
not worth having, and that the sermon
which does not lead people to a happier.
better life is not worth hearing. It is
with a view of dealing with some of the
experiences and difficulties of life which
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ORDERS have been placed with Ohio
manufacturers for 12 heavy passen
ger electric cars by the Oregon
Electric ivallway Company for use on its
new system. The coaches are of hand
some pattern and are said to be superior
in workmanship and design and com
fort to anything in the trolley car line
In this state. The cars are 60 feet long
and will seat 62 passengers. They are
very heavy and the motors will develop
500 horsepower, while they will attain
a speed in the neighborhood of 50 miles
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nearly everyone is obliged to face that
the following subjects have been selected:
"Jesus and Life Struggles": February
17, "With Heredity"; February 34, "With
Environment"; March 3, "with Tempta
tion"; March 10, "With Habit"; March 17,
With Doubt"; March U, "With Im
purity"; March H, "With Sorrow."
LUMBER INTERESTS FIGHT
Railroad Rate Advance Subject for
Cottage Grove Meeting Today.
The Oregonian Is in receipt of this
statement from the Cottage Grove
Commercial Club, as to the condition
of the lumber business:
A meeting of the lumbermen and
shippers of Central Oregon has been
called for Saturday, February 9, at 2
o'clock P. M. at Cottage Grove. The
object is to discuss ways and means to
best present the grievances of tho
lumbermen and shippers of this por
tion of the state to the Legislature,
caused by the announcement of a pro
hibitive rate advance of $3.10 to $5
per ton, which is equivalent to $3.17
per thousand feet on rough green lum
ber to California Bay points by the
Southern Pacific Company.
The maintenance of this rate simply
means ruin to the lumber business of
Central Oregon. The timber of this
section, by reason of geographical lo
cation and character, is destined al
ways to find its best market In Cali
fornia, as 60 per cent of the average
log is low grade and must necessarily
have the present freight rate main
tained in order to pay the cost of
manufacture and successfully meet
The railroad company established the
$3.10 per ton rate about nine years ago
at the instigation of C. H. Mark ham,
then in control of the freight depart
ment of the Southern Pacific lines in
Oregon. This rnte was based on the
water rate of i per thousand feet
from Columbia River and Oregon Coast
points to California, and was main
tained until the recent San Francisco
disaster temporarily advanced charter
rates, which are now receding and In
all probability within the next 60 days
will again be normal.
The result of the inauguration of
this rate was to stimulate and encour
age the building of the numerous
small mills now in existence. On no
other basis could they have existed or
could the great lumber business of
Central Oregon ever have been de
veloped. This fact was proved to the
satisfaction of the railroad company
three years ago when the rate was
raised to $5 per ton for six months.
causing the greatest stagnation and
general depression of business ever
witnessed in any portion of the state.
Why again Invite disaster? The re
ply of the Harrlman system is "Go
East with your product." This is large
ly a delusion, as the majoritv of the
small mills are unable to avail them
selves of this opportunity, from the
fact that their methods of manufac
ture and equipment are not suited
cater to' the Eastern trade, and they
do not feel Justified in attempting to
make the necessary changes, having
no assurance that the railroads may
not also increase the Eastern rate Just
us soon as they think the traffic will
bear an advance.
The rate on lumber which permits
shipment to California has been the
direct means of adding thousands of
dollars to the wealth of the slate, and
the railroad company has been the
principul beneficiary by the increased
business and the maintaining of ex
ceedingly high local tariffs. The com
pany was losing at the rate of a half
million dollars per year when the fore
sight of Mr. Markham found a means
of changing a large yearly deficit into
a dlridend-earning policy, as shown by
the company's own financial statement
on file in the Secretary of State's of
fice. The Southern Pacific Railroad
Company has complained bitterly of
the advance in the price of lumber for
its own use. For years It purchased
ties for $6.19 per thousand feet, and
when the mills refused to cut their
timber any longer for less than cofit,
the railroad company, at the Instiga
tion of tho management, caused three
mills to be built and are planning a
fourth in order to further coerce the
small mills to accede to their wishes
in the price of lumber.
The timber the railroad is cutting
was placed in its hands by a generous
hut too confiding Government In trust
to be sold to actual settlers at $2.50
per acre, to assist in the development
of the state. The company has not
ibl at t
THIS WILL RUN ON OREGON ELECTRIC
Light, the cars will weigh 70.000 pounds.
They are of handsome design and will be
painted a chrome yellow, with gold trim
mings. They will be delivered here in
August, and will come on their own
wheels from the Ohio shops.
The Oregon Electric Railway line Is
expected to be opened by September or
October. Work is now being done in
grading on Hood street, but the mud
there is deep and only a few teams can
work to advantage. Everything Is being
made ready to commence work in earnest
south of the city as soon as Spring opens.
During the Summer work will go forward
at all points with a rusb. By means of
only betrayed Its trust In not selling
these lands in accordance with tho
provisions of the grant, but absolutely
refuses to sell a arty- price, thereby re
tarding the development of the sca.ti.
and has become a. competitor against
the principal Industry the mill inter
ests nave fostered and nurtured Into
If the railroad company may lawfully
engage in the lumber business against
its patrons under undue advantages, it
can with equal propriety Invade every
other line of business along its route.
The railroad company, with cool, cal
culating deliberation, has Insisted on
raising th rates during the present
long period of car shortage, leaving
the unfortunate lumbermen with large
accumulated stock, canceled orders
and, in many instances, a depleted
CABLE TO UNALASKA.
Plans for Pushing Line 700 Miles
North With Laterals.
SEATTLE. Feb. 8. Extension of the
Alaskan Cable System from Seaward to
Unalaska. a distance of about 700 miles,
with extensions to Kodiak, on Kodlak
Island, and Chlgntk. the headquarters
of a large number of vessels in the fish
ing fleets of the Northwestern Fisheries
Company of Seattle and the Alaska
Packers' Association of San Francisco,
are the plans of local steamship owners,
providing the Government favors ex
pending a large sum of money for the
The Army appropriation bill carries
with it $190,000 for improvements in the
cable system, a sum created by the set
ting aside of a certain per cent of the
receipts. At the present time all the
principal ports on the Southeastern and
Southwestern coast are reached by cable,
and Nome and St. Michael, on Behrlng
Sea, are reached by land lines and wire
less. It is pointed out that Unalaska is one
of the most Important points in Alaskan
territory, inasmuch as the vessels in the
Nome trade pass through Unlmak pass,
and if necessary could call at Unalaska
for orders. It has also been suggested
that the lighthouse In the pass he con
nected by cable to report vessels not
calling at Unalaska.
FEAR TROUBLE IN SPOKANE
Mob Jeers Streetcar Men, and Num
erous Arrests Are Made.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Feb. 8. (Special.)
Serious trouble may come of the dis
orders precipitated by rowdies In the al
leged streetcar strike on the Washington
Water Power Company's lines. So far as
the tie-up of the system is concerned
nothing has been accomplished. All the
cars were patronized better than usual,
and moved on schedule time. All day
long on the two principal corners In the
business district mobs of rowdies have
been stationed, shouting epithets at the
carmen and blocking the path of pedes
trians. Five arrests were made by the
police during the afternoon and seven or
eight more this evening. One of those
arrested was knocked down by a carman
he had' insulted before the police inter
fered. At Hillyard, a suburb, there has
been car smashing and at this hour, 11
o'clock, a mob of 200 strike sympathizers
is on Its way to the car barns. Special
police are on duty.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Feb. 8. Mrs. Dolph, wife of the
late Senator Dolph, accompanied by her
son-in-law. Richard Nixon of Portland,
is at the New Willard. Mrs. Dolph has
Just returned from a trip to Mexico. On
the way she visited her son, lieutenant
Dolph. at San Antonio, stopped at New
Orleans and Chicago, and after the ad
journment of Congress will go to Europe
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Thornton.
NEW YORK, Feb. 8. (Special.)
Northwestern people at New York ho
tels: From Colfax, Wash. S. Dreyfus, at
From Seattle F. Jobson, at the Ash
land: J. M. Miller as-d wife, at the St.
Denis; I. Bown, at the Imperial.
CHICAGO. Feb. 8. (Special.) Portland
people at Chicago hotels:
At the Grand Pacific, I B. Seeley; at
the Palmer House, R. C. Mcpherson; at
the Auditorium. S. W. Steffner.
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damage to the two piers already In.
The river reached a stage of 40 feet at
Wilsonville and the surface of the river
reached up to the top of the two piers,
which are now nearly completed. A
launch was kept busy at the bridge,
steering drift away from" the piers. The
bunkhouses on the bank had to be vacat
ed on account of the high water.
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11 A. M.
S. S. "COLUMBIA," Feb. IS, 25; March 7.
8. S. "COSTA KICA." Feb. 11, 21; March 3.
JAMES U. DEW60N, Agent.
Phona Main -68. 248 Waihlnstoa st.
Be av Man
r fl. 1 14tn.
i , twnnl VI
EAST via SIM
Lavea. UNION DEPOT. ! Arrives.
Portland and San
Francisco E x -press
at most Import
ant stations be
and San Fran
cisco for all
points Eaat and
TRAINS tor all
to, aa Francis
co and points
East and South.
velih ML Ansel
and Sli v erto a lo
Cot La ire Grovo
nect at Wood
burn a ad Albany
trains to and
W o o dbnrn
Sprlnsfle 1 d
Corral Us passen
ger. Sheridan passen
ger. Forest G r o t
11 P. Mm
X AZ p. at
4:10 P. M.
B:38 P. M.
10:20 A. M-
2-.R0 P. M.
t8:00 A. M.
t5:20 P. M.
fll:00 A. M.
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot, Foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at T:4
A. M. ; 12:50, 2.0S. 3:30. 5:20. 6:25. 7:45. 10:10,
ll:.t0 P. M. Dally except Sunday. 5:30.
:". lo:-Jri A. M. Sunday only. 9 A M,
Keturning from Oswefto, arrive Portlrl
dally. 8:35 A. M.. 1:53. 3:05. 5:10. 6:15. 7
:5... 11:1J P. M.: 12:25 A. M. Daily excel!
Sunday. 8:25. 7:25. 8:35. 8:35, 11:45 A. U.
Sunday only. 10 A. M. I
Leave from Fame depot for Dallas and ltoe-
$15; second-class belt a.
Tickets to Kastern points and Europe;
also Japan, China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, Corner Third and
Washing-ton Cits. Phone Main "13.
C. XV. STIN;KK. WAl. M'Ml RKAT.
City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. A art.
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeping- cars dally to Omana. Chicago, Spo.
kane; tourist sleeping car dally to Kansas
City. Reclining chair cars leeats free) Vi
the East daily. .- - V
7:30 P. M.
8:00 A. M.
CHICAGO - PORTL'D
SPECIAL for the
East via Hunting-ton.
9:30 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
For Eastern Washington, Waila Walla,
Lewtston, Coeur d'Alene and Great Northern
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8;1B P.M. 9:30 A.M.
for the East v
PORTLAND - EIOG3
LOCAL for all local
points between Higgs
8:15 A. M.
FOR ASTORIA and
way points, connecting
with steamer for II
waco and North
FOR DAYTON, Ore.
iron City and Yamhill
River points, Ash-sL
dock (water per.)
8:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
:30 P. M.
For Lewlston. Idaho, and way points
from Klparia, Wash. Leave Rtparla 5:40 A.
M., or upon arrival train No. 4, dally except
Saturday. Arrive Klparia, 4 P. M. dally ex
Ticket Office, Third and WaahlnBtcn.
Telephone Main 712. C. V. Slknsrer, City
Ticket Afft.; Wm. McMarray, Gen. I'aa. At,
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
For MayRers, Rainier,
Cllflon. Astoria, War
renton. Flavel, Ham
mond. Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
C. A. STEWART. J. C. MATO.
Comm l Agt.. Alder St. O. i & P. A.
Phone Main 906.
From Seattle at B P. M.
for Ketchikan, Juneau,
Skagway, White Horse,
Dawson and Fairbanks.
S. S. Cottage City (via
Vancouver and Sitka), Feb.
1 14 "M
S. S. Ramona (Skagway direct). Feb. 0.
FOB SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT.
From Seattle at ii A. M. Umatilla, Fh.
14. March 1: city ol Puebla, Feb. 4. la;
Spokan. frVh 24.
Portland OITIre, 249 Washington St.
C. D. DUN'AXN, li. P. A., San Francisco,
Pacific S. S. Co'-s
Pails for Eureka. San Francisco and L-ns
Angeles Tuesday, February 12, at S P. M.
Steamship Geo. W.Elder
Sails Tuesday. February "6, at 8 P. M.
Ticket Office, 132 Third, near Alder.
Phone Main i:iU. H. TOUNO, At.
Columbia River Scenery
REOILATOR LINE STEAMERS.
Dally aervic between Portland and Tha
Dalles, except Sunday, leaving Portland at
7 A. M., arriving- about 5 P. M., carrying
freight and passengers. Splendid accommo
dations for outfits and livestock.
Dock foot of Alder at.. Portland: foot of
Court ft., Tha Dalles. Phona Main 814.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
For Corvallls. Albany. Independence, Sa
lem Steamer "POMONA" leaves tS:45 A- M.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
For Salem and way landings Steaiaj t
"OREGONA" leaves C:45 A. M., Honda's,
Wednesdays and Frldavs.
OaECOii CIT TRANSPORTATION CO.
root Taylor Street,
.ie poims aaiiy. ;ju a. m. ana b
M. Arrive Portland, 10:15 A. M. and 6;2tf I
Independence-Monmouth Motor Una 1
let dally to Monmouth and Airlle. co- 1
ins with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas ana f
First-class fare from Portland to Pacm- J
o and Snn Francisco Sl0: berth. 3l