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THE MORNING OREGON1 A.N. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1908.
FLEET TO ARRIVE
Battleships Will Maneuver Off
Columbia River Bar
. on May 20.
EXCURSIONS TO THE SEA
Admiral Thomas Announces Fleet
Will Spend Several Hours Off the
Mouth of River In General Re
view News of Waterfront.
Portland people will have an oppor
tunity to view the Atlantic fleet of battle
ships oft the mouth of the Columbia
Klver, May 29. The information was
contained In an official dispatch from
lAdmlral Thomas to Secretary J. H.
Whyte. of the Astoria Chamber of Com
merce yesterday. Mr. Whyte forwarded
. the message to C. H. Calender, who was
In Portland. It is the intention of the
Admiral to make the mouth of the river
shortly before noon on Wednesday and
to spend the baiance of that day in
Arrangements . have been made for the
sending of a large number of excursion
steamers from both Portland and Astoria
out over the bar and small craft will
take passengers from Astoria to Fort
Canby. Between Astoria and points on
the south beach there will be ample
service on the Astoria & Columbia River
Railroad. The Astoria Chamber of Com
merce has made arrangements for the
transporting of about 700 people to Fort
Canby and the steamships which will
operate from Astoria to sea and return
will accommodate ten times that num
ber. F. P. Baumgartner, agent of the Ore
icon and California Coast Steamship Com
pany, has completed arrangements for a
fleet of vessels to take passengers from
Astoria out over the bar on the occasion
of the arrival of the fleet. The Alliance,
Nome City and Washington will be avail
able and in addition there will be two
more craft of the Merchants' Independent
It is understood that the steamships
which will carry excursion parties over
the bar will take a limited number from
Portland and on a special permit for a
daylight run will take additional parties
from Astoria. Between Portland and
Astoria the Potter, Spencer, Lurltne and
a number of extra boats will be in Bervlce
as well as special trains of the Astoria
& Columbia River Railway Company.
Passengers on the excursion boats will
embark from Astoria betwen 9 and 10
o'clock on the morning of May 20 and
will cross the bar in time to witness
the approach of the fleet from the south.
COLLIERS ARK HELD BACK
Steamers In Attendance on Fleet Re
main at San JYancisco.
Private advices received from San Fran
tisoo last night, say that the colliers at
tending the fleet of war vessels, have
been ordered to remain in the harbor of
fan Francisco until after the return of
the fleet from Puget Sound. The balance
of coal carried by the tramps will not be
delivered until late in June. This will
affect a number of charters for outward
lumber cargoes which have been made In
anticipation of the release of the colliers
before the end of May.
There has been a considerable move in
lumber for foreign ports during the past
two weeks and on the strength of the
vessels available on account of the col
lier fleet, a number of cargoes have been
old. The action of the Government in
ordering the ships held at San Francisco
will retard business for several weeks.
THREE VESSELS CHARTERED
Two Steamships Fixed for Lumber,
One for Wheat.
The British steamships Earl of Carrlck
and Craighall have been chartered to load
lumber at Portland and Puget Sound
ports. The former will take 1.500.000
feet from here, and will finish at Port
Blakely. The latter will take either a full
or a part cargo from Portland. The Earl
of Carrlck is now In the harbor at San
Francisco, and the Craighall is at Cape
The German bark Neck, now on the list
of disengaged vessels on Puget Sound, has
been chartered for outward . cargo by
Kerr, Gifford & Co., and will load at
Portland. The list of outward grain ships
In the local harbor has been reduced to
one craft, the French bark Bretange. The
charter of the Ancalos has been cancelled
and the vessel Is now on the disengaged
ItlSSIAX 1JAHK ALBYX CLEARS
Craft Carries Lumber to Port Natal,
The Russian bark Albyn, Captain Lun
dahl. cleared yesterday for Port Natal,
South Africa, with 1.677,781 feet of lum
ber, valued at $18,000: The vessel will
leave down tomorrow morning and will
cross out to sea the latter part of the
The Albyn Is the third lumber carrier
to clear for a foreign port during the
month. The British steamship Boveric
cleared for Australia and the Norwegian
steamship Elsa cleared for Freemantle,
In the same country. Lumber shipments
will hold up fairly well for the month.
Captain Wan eke as Supercargo.
Captain Francke, the unfortunate mas
ter of the steamship Dakota, which was
wrecked in Japanese waters March 3,
1907, and who was later suspended for
five years, arrived in Portland yesterday
and will leave out of this port in the
capacity of supercargo of the steamship
Hornelen, now loading at the Portland
Lumber Company's yards.
Oregon City Locks Closed.
The locks at Oregon City have been
closed for repairs and during the next
six days the steamers plying on the Up
per Willamette will remain Idle. It has
frequently happened that the locks have
been closed on account, of a freshet in the
rtver, but heretofore there has been no
cessation - of business on account of re
pairs. Conoert at Seamen's Institute.
The usual concert at the Seamen's In
stitute. Front and Flanders streets, will
take place this week on Thursday, instead
of Wednesday night, and will be under
the direction of Mrs. Mary Meserve.
The steamship Breakwater will sail to
night for Coos Bay ports.
The French bark Bretange has gone
into berth at Greenwich No. 1.
The German steamship Alesia, of the
Portland & Asiatic Steamship Company,
arrived up last night.
The German bark Nomis will leave
down for Astoria this morning.
Steamer Geo. W. Elder left up from
Astoria last night at 8:10 o'clock.
The French bark Eugene Pergeline has
finished taking cargo and will move to
the stream today. She has on board 3028
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND, May 12. Arrived. Oermall
steamship Alesia. from Hongkong and way.
Astoria. May 12. Condition of bar at 5
P. M-, smooth: wind went. 8 miles: weather
cloudy. Arrived down during the night and
sailed at 9:30 A. M., German steamer Nlco
medla, for Hongkong and way ports. Ar
rived last night and left up at 8 A. M., Ger
man steamer Alesia. from Yokohama. Ar
rived down at 6:30 A. M-, Fr. bark Edouard
Detallle. Sailed at 9:13 A. M.. Nor. bark
Urania, for Queenstown or Fftlmouth. Ar
rived at 6 P. M . steamship George W. El
der, from San Pedro.
San Francisco, May 12. Arrived at 5
A. M.. steamer Roanoke and Johan Poul
sen. from Portland.
San Francisco, May 12. Arrived, steamer
Northland, Columbia River; steamer Rose
Due to Arrive.
Name. From. Date.
Breakwater. -Coos Bay In port
Alesia Hongkong In port
Geo. W. ElderSan Pedro. May 13
Alliance Coos Bay May 13
Hose City. ..fan Francisco. May 18
Roanoke Los Angeles. .. May 20
Xumantla. .. .Hongkong .June 10
Arabia Hongkong July 20
Klcomedla. .. Hongkong Sept. 8
SueH. Elmore .Ti Uamook Indef t.
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For. Date.
Breakwater. .Coos Bay May 13
Geo. W. ElderSan Pedro May 14
Alliance Coos Bay May 16
Roanoke lxs Angeles. .. May 22
Rose City. ..fan Francisco. May 23
Alesia. ...... Hongkong. .... June 1
Numantla. . . .Hongkong June 20
Arabia Hongkong Aug. 1
Nlcomedia. . . Hongkong Bep't. 15
8tate of California, Am. steamship
(Hall) with general cargo, from San
Albyn, Russian bark (Lundahl)
with 1.677.781 feet of lumber for
Fort Natal. South Africa.
City, Portland; steamer R. D. Inman. Se
attle. Sailed, steamer Carmel. Grays Har
bor; steamer Enterprise, Hilo; steamer K.
S. Loop, Astoria; schooner Wllbert L. Smith,
Bellingham, May 12. Sailed, bark Manga
Reva. cannery supplies, Bristol Bay and
Retiring Sea canneries, via Port Townsend.
San Francisco. May 12. Arrived Steamer
Johan PoulHen, from Columbia River; steamer
Roanoke, from Astoria; eteamer M. F. Plant,
from Coos Bay; steamer Watson, from Seat
tle; steamer Thomas, from Manila; steamer
Coronado, from Grays Harbor. Sailed
Schooner Monterey, for Honolulu; schooner
Defender, for Makuhona; bark W. B. Flint,
for Nome; barkentine Arago, for Coos Bay;
steamer Jeanie, for Seatttle.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
11:12 A. M 7.8feet5:12 A. M 1.0 feet
11:15 P. M 8.6 feet n: 10 P. M. 2.2 feet
Treat Vaquls as Outlaws.
MEXrCO CITY. May 12. The War De
partment last night announced that It
has no Information relative to the re
ports from Sonora of the surrender of
Yaquls and is inclined to minimize the
importance of any action taken by the
local military authorities. The Yaquls
are regarded as outlaws and any pris
oners taken will be treated Judicially
according to the depredations in which
they have participated. Troops will be
kept in the Yaqui country and the de
portation policy of the government will
be continued. Yaquis guilty of offenses
will be punished and transported to Yu
catan and other Southern regions. The
breaking up of tribal organizations will
SPENCER CONFIDENT HIS BOAT
CAN BEAT BAILEY GATZERT
Pioneer Steamboatman Throws Out Challenge to Competitors for Another
Speed Contest or Fight on Cut Bates.
IN THE boiler and engines of the
steamer Charles R. Spencer Is a
reserve speed spurt, says Captain EL
W. Spencer, owner of the boat, that will
leave the Bailey Gatzert far behind. The
doughty Captain warns the Bailey
Gatzert folk against becoming "too fly"
with their steamer, for he says that
some day when a lot of people are look
ing, he will throw the reserve energy Into
the Spencer and make the Gatzert folk
very sorry. He declares that he may
not content himself with speed, but may
"go sortie" by slashing rates still further
between Portland, Astoria and The
Dalles, thereby taking traffic away from
the Astoria and North Bank railroads
and compelling the affiliated Regulator
line to operate three boats at cut rates
while he operates but one.
For some five years the Gatzert and
the Spencer have been rivals. Now
comes the rebuilt Gatzert with 50 per
cent more power than the Spencer and
with considerably larger size. Last week
the Gatzert men claimed victory and this
week they say the Spencer is also out
classed. But Captain Spencer asserts that the
Gatzert did not beat his boat; that on a
run last week to The Dalles when the
Gatzert reached that city ten minutes
ahead, the Spencer made several landings
which consumed considerably more of the
Spencer's time than that. Meanwhile
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Doctor Is Witness in Myers
HERE TO DEFEND HIS NAME
J. Couch Flanders, Mrs. Emma
Stenberg and Physicians Testify
Tliat Myers AVas Greatly Ex
cited After Death ot Wife,
Additional testimony in the long-drawn-out
Myers will case was taken yesterday
by Judge Webster, in the County Court.
The principal witness was Dr. S. A. Rob
inson, who was accused by George T.
Myers of having caused the death of Mrs.
Myees In 1902 by malpractice, and with
having had undue influence Over Mrs.
Myers, and their daughter, Mrs. Georgia
Frances Stevens. The contest of the will
was begun by Mrs. Stevens on the ground
that Mr. Myers was laboring under an
Insane delusion when he cut her off with
only $20,000, giving her brother, George
T. Myers, Jr., the remainder of the estate.,
It Is her contention that while her father
believed that Dr. Robinson caused the
death of Mrs. Myers, and thought Mrs.
Stevens was instrumental In employing
the doctor, such was not the case. Dr.
Robinson had only finished his prelimi
nary testimony, and begun to tell of his
relations with the Myers family during
Mrs. Myers' last illness, when he was re
moved to place J. Couch Flanders on the
Dr. Robinson left his home In Virginia
in March, to come to Portland to testify
at the trial. He arrived March 13, and
has since been at the home of Mrs.
Stevens. He said on the witness-stand
yesterday morning that his health was
very low when he took the train for the
West, but that, after reading the testi
mony of witnesses regarding Mr. Myers'
accusations, he decided he must defend
his reputation, even though the trip might
be to his detriment.
Dr. Robinson was asked regarding a
letter written by Mark Hanna to Senator
Mitchell, in whloh Mr. Hanna referred to
the doctor as unreliable. To this he made
reply that while Mr. Hanna was in the
midst of the McKinley campaign he (Dr.
Robinson) pledged the political boss his
support. The witness said he organized
a sound-money league in Ohio, that he
was at one time connected with the com
mittee on financial legislation of the New
York. Chamber of Commerce, and that he
had urged the chamber to support Mr.
McKinley. He said he told the members
that Mr. Hanna had put up a large
amount of money to support Mr. McKin
ley, and that he had the reputation for
turning every investment to account.
"After this," said Dr. Robinson, "I de
voted almost two years to a fight against
the ship-subsidy bill, fathered by Mr.
Hanna. If Mr. Hanna ever wrote to Sen
ator Mitchell that I was unreliable, as
stated in this letter, he was Influenced
by the fact that I could not be depended
on to support every Republican measure,
regardless of its character.
"Mrs. Myers' last illness began in 1901,"
said the doctor. "It was when the Con
gressional committee on rivers and har
bors was here, and went to visit the jetty
near Astoria. The Myers family went on
this trip. On the return trip Mrs. Myers
the Government authorities have taken
cognizance of the rivalry by locking the
safety valves of each steamer at 200
pounds. In a boat race, the higher the
boiler pressure the more power in the
engines and the more speed. But in
creased pressure might strain the boilers
and, if allowed to run up too high, might
The operators of each boat say such a
disaster would be impossible, because
they never exceed the Government limit
of pressure and that that limit is far
below the danger strain of their boiler.
The Government authorities have made it
certain, however, that there will be no
danger and now they will let the two
boats fight it out.
"The Gatzert was rebuilt in order to
beat my boat," said Captain Spencer yes
terday, "but I'll show them and the pub
lic that the Regulator line and the whole
Northern Pacific Railroad that owns it
can't beat the Spencer. I've got some
speed that I haven't used yet. And I've
also got some fight in regard to cut
rates. If those Gatzert fellows have
started In for a scrap, I'm a man who
likes to scrap. I've been In the. steam
boat business a long time and I think
I've learned how." ,
Captain Spencer says ho has in mind
to cut rates to 50 cents and maybe less.
Now they are $1 for the one-way trip,
between Portland ' and Astoria or Port
land and The Dalles. Formerly they
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had a fall, and was never well there
after.' J. Couch Flanders, Mrs. Emma Sten
berg, Mrs. Nichols and Drs. Darr and
Quigley testified to Mr. Myers' excited
condition after the death of his wife.
As Judge Webster had an appointment
out of town, and left late yesterday after
noon, it was necessary agaJn to continue
the case. It will be taken up again at 2
P. M. Thursday. Judge Webster hopes to
finish the case this week.
WALTOX'S MOTION" DEXIED
Judge Frustrates Plan to Declare
The motion of the attorneys for Charles
Walton, that the Information against him
be declared invalid because It was filed
by a Deputy District Attorney, and be
cause a deputy examined witnesses, was
denied by Judge Cleland, In the Circuit
Court yesterday. Neither Walton nor his
attorney, Mr. St. Raynor. were in court
when the decision was rendered.' Walton
Is charged with the shooting of Police
man Ole Nelson, on a Portland Heights
car, which, It is charged, the indicted man
was attempting to hold up. Walton was
once convicted and sent to the Peniten
tiary, but was awarded a new trial by the
Supreme Court, on the ground that he
was never given an opportunity to enter
In the case of Hallle Buoy against
James M. Level and the American Surety
Company, Judge Cleland sustained the
demurrer to the amended complaint. The
demurrer was introduced on the ground
that the complaint did not state facts
sufficient to constitute a cause of action.
The decision throws the case out of
court, but it will be appealed. Mrs.
Buoy was suing to recover $480 on the
assertion that Level, a contractor, failed
to perform work and furnish material as
agreed, for the construction of a dwelling
in Hawthorne Addition. ',
DECIDE STATUS OF PETITION
Jantenbein Will Pass on Hamilton
Presiding Judge Gantenbeln, of the Cir
cuit Court, will decide this morning
whether or not Railroad Commissioners
who run Independently must file their pe
titions with the Secretary ot State or
with the County Clerk in order to get
their names on the ballot. The case in
which this question comes up is that of
A. N. Hamilton, in which he seeks a. writ
of mandamus against County Clerk Fields
to compel the placing of Hamilton's name
on the ballot.
The case was argued yesterday, C E.
Lockwood appearing as attorney for Ham
ilton and Deputy District Attorney Haney
for the County Clerk. In his argument,
(Mr. Lockwood said that Hamilton sought
at first to tile his petition, signed by the
required number of legal voters, with
the Secretary of State, and was told that
the proper place for filing was with the
County Clerk. The wording of the law
upon this question is of such a nature as
to cause doubt as to Its intent.
Town May Be Vacated.
Judge Webster will decide this morning
whether or not the streets In the town of
Plainfield, to the east of Portland, may
be vacated. The Pioneer Educational
Society recently filed a petition In the
County Court that this be done, as the
so-called town has no Inhabitants, and it
is desired to utilize the ground. It has
been platted for the last 18 years.
Blumaner Leaves Big Estate.
The estate of Simon Blumauer has been
appraised at $306,483. The appraisement
was filed In the County Court yesterday
by Eugene Hoch, Gus Rosenblatt and I.
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L. White. With the exception of $1000
worth of property, which is in Wasco and
Washington Counties, the entire estate
lies In Multnomah County. The property
occupied by the Blumauer-Frank Drug
Company Is valued at $265,000, this being
lots 6 and 6, block 49. Portland, with the
buildings. Four shares of stock in the
drug company have been appraised at
$3000. Nineteen thousand dollars is the
value placed on lot 2, block 322. while six
acres outside the city limits are valued at
Two Days Left to Register.
There are but two days more In which
voters may register for the election on
June 1. The books will close promptly
at 6 P. M. Friday. Tonight and tomor
row night, however, they will be open
until 9 o'clock. The total registration now
stands at S2.391. Twenty-five thousand,
two hundred forty-four of these are Re
publicans. 6430 are Democrats, and 1717
are of other political beliefs or none at
all. - Yesterday's registration, up to E
o'clock last night, was 122. 79 being Re
publicans, 23 Democrats and 20 mlsoellen
eous. Asks to Examine Books.
Following the voluntary non-suit taken
Monday by Anna K. Larsen in her case
against the Pacific Mail Order Company,
she has Instituted a new suit In the Cir
cuit Court to secure an order from the
court directing the company to give her
an opportunity to examine Its books. She
asserts that when she demanded this
privilege, as one of the stockholders, on
May 11, It was denied. She alleges in
her complaint that the firm ts delinquent
In Its city license fees. Mrs. Larsen says
she owns 15 shares of stock In the con
cen, valued at $1600.
Hardware Company la Sued.
The Portland Hardware Company has
been made the defendant In a suit to re
cover $1063.48. The suit was filed yes
terday by R. L. Sabln, tor W. P. Fuller
& Co.. Marshall-Wells Hardware Com-
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The steam schooner Tahoe. from Grays
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The steam schooner Nome City sailed
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The schooner Gotama, 13 days from Ne
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The schooner Lucy, Captain Johnson,
eight days from Umpqua, arrived today
"Scab" Streetcar Dynamited.
PENSACOLA, Fla., May 12. Police and
private detectives made every effort last
night and today to locate the persons
guilty of the dynamiting of a streetcar
operated by strikebreakers last night.
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tempt to assassinate the motorman and
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