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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1910.
SUDDEN BALE IN
British Steamer Iran Barely
Escapes Collision With
CRAFT BUMPS BOATHOUSE
Ca.cadr -Swlnps Altai n-t rtrldze and
f-rrrrs Strrn I.lncs Ottawa
Blown Near Mior Launches,
Stcamln;, Are rafe.'
Strons wind on the Willamette Tf-W-lajr
afternoon caused tho British
tramp Iran to escai narrowlr from
colliding tilth the nir Hasrthorne
a venue bridge and later with tlie draw
rest of the Morrison-street brldse.
It became necessary to postpone the
attempt to move the vessel to Mont
pomerr dock No. 2 and berth It on
the West Side, where It bumped Into
11. K. Kelloa-K's boat house and did min
or damage. About the same time the
steamer Ottowa, of the llamond O
fleet, had more than half Its smoke
stark torn off under the BurnMde
s i reel bridge, while trying to move a
Precautions ere taken before mnr
Ine Uie Iran from Inman-foulsen's and
rafts on the W est Side above the Haw
thorne avenue bride were shifted, as
was the dredee Portland, which was
working In the channel. The steamer
('arcades. In charge of Captain James
shaver, head of the Shaver Trans
portation tTompany. and the steamer M.
X. Henderson of the same fleet, had
lines aboard the Iran, the Henderson
being at the stern of the tramp, which
was backed downstream.
The wind caused some difficulty
above the bridges and In pasMhg
through the Hawthorne draw the Cas
cades swuns against the east pier,
breaking Its stern lines. When the big
tramp was midway between there and
the Morrison-street bridge the wind
sprang up afresh. As the vessel had
no cargo Its port side offered a strong
purchase for the breeze, and as Its bow
swung toward the west, the stern was
In line for the drawresu Prompt work
In backtnjr the craft saved a serious
accident. The vessel was hauled to the
west side, headlines being made fast
to Albers" dock at the foot of Wain
street. Shortly before o'clock an
other attempt made to shift the craft
was successful. It will load wheat in
the lower hold and finish with lumber,
the cargo being destined for Calcut
ta. The launch Elldor. of the harbor
pa trot, was moored at Kellogg's and
was moved by Engineer Clarence Oill
lland In time to prevent Its destruction,
as the gangway from shore Just over
the launch's berth was damaged by
the shock when the Iran struck the
boathouse float. The launch Imperial
was lying outside the float, but was
also moved, confining the damage to
the gangway and the northeast end of
the boathouse float.
The steamer Ottowa. In charge of
Captain John Nellson. was under the
west approach of the Burnslde-street
bridge early In the afternoon, and was
blown toward shore. When It was
backed, the stack caught on the bridge
supports and only about three feet
was left above the hurricane deck.
The steamer's whistle was also out of
commission. Repairs were ordered Im
WIKEI.KSS LAW POINTED OCT
Customs Official Making I.l-t or
Vessels Not Equipped.
All ocean-going passenger steamers' op
erating from Portlund that carry 60 or
more passenger) and orew are being
notified by Collector of Customs Mal
colm regarding the provisions of a Fed
eral s;tuie that requires that wireless
apparatus be Installed by July. 1911.
Vessels In that claew. whether docu
mented here or at other Coat ports, are
on the list and the- masters are being
asked for Information concerning the
probabilities! of the aerogram equipment
All the larger veewels operating to Ain
Vrancisco and points south have wireless.
but the Eureka, which steams to Hum
tnjldt Fay. and the Breakwater, making
Coos Bay points, are not equipped. Some
of the steam schooners that carry pas-
senxera do-, not boast the modern service,
but It ts Intended that the law shall be
enforced In every .instance. Owners are
merely holding off until the measure be
comes compulsory. If they continue to
solicit passenger business they will not
be permitted to leave port, when the law
becomes effective, without wlreW-ns.
STKAMKK PLANS TO BK Ft EST
Appliance of Latest Type to Be In
stalled on Towboal.
During the first lay-over day here of
the steamer Oklahama. which Is expect
ed to be rushed during the present week
In towing vessels to and from Portland,
a meeting will be held in which her mas
ter. Captain Pearson. Superintendent
Campion, of the pilotage and towage ser
vice, and Pilot Archie Pease, of the Port
of Portland Commission, will confer with
C IL Norrlln. marine architect, regard
ing details of construction of the new
steel stern wheeler, for which plana are
It la hoped to Incorporate In the plans
and specifications the most modern Im
provements In engine and boilers be
- sides steam gear for handling hawsers
end other deck equipment. Mr. Camp
Ion. being at the head of the department
to which the new craft will be assigned,
has a few Ideas dealing with the ar
rangement of deck space and the cabin,
which will be augmented by those of
Captain Pearson. While Commissioner
Pease, because of his experience aa a
pilot and master of rtvercraft and gen
eral knowledge of conditions, will be ex
pected to contribute suggestions.
fcTA.FOUI LIMPS INTO PORT
Barlentine Leaks Badly After Strik
ing Grays Harbor Bar.
ASTORIA. Or.. Oct. 35. (Special.) The
four-maaled barkentlne. Jane L Stan
ford, which sailed yesterday from Grays
Harbor for Brisbane. Australia, with a
cargo of l.K.?.0 feet of lumber, was
towed Into this port this afternoon in
distress. H--T cargo may have to be
discharged so that repairs may be made.
Captain Robert Petersen, master of the
vessel, says he left Grays Harbor about
I o'clock yesterday afternoon. There
wbm a swell on the bar and as the craft
was crossing over It struck hard aft.
SVwin It was found to be leaking ba.lly
and it was headed for the Columbia
River, arriving off the bar early this
morning. The pumps were working moot
of the time, but they had been shut off
for about sis hours when the Stanford
arrived. During that time ahe had. mad
43 inches of water.
Csptain Petersen has notified h!a em
ployers and the underwriters and will
swalt orders before taking further action
regarding the vessuL It Is the second
time the Stanford has come to this port
In distress. The first Instance was In
190 when It collided with the steam
schooner J. B. Stetson, a short distance
off the mouth of the river. At that time
practically all of lt headgear was car
Captain Albert Crowe, representing the
San Francisco underwriters, expects to
receive Instructions today to survey the
Stanford, and If damaged as her condi
tion Indicates. he will probably be or
dered here for docking. He was In
formed that the Stanford was kept afloat
with her main and steam pomps, but that
the steam pumps were disabled yester
day and the water gained so rapidly the
skipper had to make port.
OLD CKAFT PLEIADES SOLD
BoMon Towbont Company Vessel
Bought by New Yorkers.
SEATTLE. Oct. 2. The steamship
Pleiades, the last vessel of thw Boston
Tos bott Company, which tor years op
rrsted a line of pasengerand freight
steamers between. Taeoma. i:nina an.i
FADES MAY TUMBLE
San Francisco-Los Angeles
Rate to Be $4, Is Report.
BERTHS AND MEALS EXTRA
Due te Arrive.
Feaver. . .
Golden Gate. ..
Fu. H. Elisor
Brkwalr. . .
Roanoka. - -
Gee. W. Elder
. llouskons... Astoria
.Hongkong. ...Oct. 2."
.Sun I'.dro Jn port
. Fan Francisco Oct. 2T
..Tlllamooa.... Oct. so
.Eureka Oct. -'U
. Tillamook. ...Ot. So
.rata Bit Oct. 31
.San Pedro. ...Oct. 3
.San Pedro.... Oct. So
8n Pedro.... Nov. 4
j Pedro... .Nov.
Scheduled te Depart.
flue li. Fimore.
Rn. W. Elder. .
San Pedro t r
.Coos Hav Nov.
San Francisco Nov.
Hen Pedro. . Nor.
S.in Pen.... Nov.
Han Pedro. ...Nv.
Koncki oc-'. . .N'ov.
Sau Francises Nov.
the Philippines, has been sold to New
York Interests, the names of whom
are withheld. The steamship Is valued
The craft Is under charter to the
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany, and will not he turned over to
its new owners until next January.
when It will load cargo for 'the vojr
age to the Atlantic.
Longshoremen have begun loading of
the Japanese tramp Tamon M.irti No.
S at Inman-Pnulsen's. her lumber being;
for the China market.
Application has been made by the
master of the French hark Bldart to be
shitted from Irving dock to Martina
dock to finish loading wheat.
Following complete overhauling and
repainting the Oregon Railroad & Nav
igation Company's steamer Elmore, Is
again In service and Is operating; on
the Portland-Astoria freight run.
Kepalnted and overhauled, the steam
er lone has resumed service to Wash
ougal. after a layoff of two weeks, re
lieving the steamer Georgia Burton,
which will return to the towing field.
Negotiations are under way for the
sale of all or a portion of the French
bark Vlncennes' cargo at Astoria, and
her start for this port will be delayed.
The Kirkcudbrightshire may leave up
Norman Schroeder. recently appointed
engineer of the harbor launch Elldor,
has resigned to accept ashore, and J.
C. Glover will take examination for
the place. Clarence Ollllland, oldest In
point of service. Is on the day relief.
Captain A. L. James Is master of the
steamer Georgia Burton, vice Captain F.
Hagstrom; Captain J. E. Nellson is on
the Ottawa, relieving Captain R. R.
Caples, and Captain S. S. Oalby Is skip
per of the steamer Wauna in place of
Captain B. H. Berry.
Lieutenant-Commander W. A. Mof
fett. In charge of aids to 'navigation
south of the Oregon line, has given no
tice to mariners that at the entrance
to Humbolt Bay North Spit buoy 2, a
black first-class can, disappeared Oc
tober -- and will be replaced soon.
While en route through Willamette
Slough yesterday, the gasoline craft
Argosy's crew picked up the body of
John Anderson, 34 years old, who was
a fisherman. The deceased disap
peared two weeks ago. The body was
brought here and taken to the morgue.
Commander EIHcott, Inspector of the
local lighthouse district, will depart
this week for Newport to confer with
oficlals of that city regarding a re
quest sent to Washington that the mu
nicipality be permitted to erect bath
houses on land Included in the old
While Major Morrow, Corps of En
gineers. U. S. A., was with Major Mc
Indoe yesterday. Inspecting the Gov
ernment dredge Chinook, at Astoria, his
home at S!4 Marshall street, was dam-,
aged by fire. Major and Mrs. Mor
row moved there but a few days ago.
New staterooms are to be added to
the Oregon Railroad At Navigation Com
pany's steamer Harvest Queen, her
texss altered and general work done
to fit her as aa auxiliary to the steamer
Hassalo. as the Harrlman Interests have
little use for towboats since disposing
of the service to the Port of Portland.
At the Custom-House yesterday the
British ship Wm, T. Lewis, from Ka
hulul. In ballast, the steamer J. A.
Chanslor with an oil cargo from Ga
vlota. and the steamer Beaver and Yel
lowstone, from San Francisco, were en
tered. The Chanslor cleared for San
Franclcso. the steamer Rainier for the
same port with 840.000 feet of lumber,
and the Norwegian steamer Hercules
for Hongkong and Manila, carrying
SS.OZa barrela of flour valued at f 11s.-3.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLA NO. rk-t. -. Arrived 5tainer
Juhan Pouleen. from Swn Frmoelsco: British
ship IVm. T. Uewls. from Katiulul. Sailed
Norwectan steamer Hercules, for Hongkong
and Manila via Astoria to complete cargo;
steeoner Geo. W. KMer. for ban Diego and
war porta; steamer Sue H. Elmore for Tilla
mook. Astoria. Oct. Condition at the mouth
of the nver at 5 P. M., smooth; wind, east
4 miles; weather, clear. Arrived at and
left ap at 11 A. M. steamer Johan Poul
een. from Saa Franclsro. Sailed at t:3t
A. M Steamer Golden Gat, for Tillamook.
Arrived down at :4i) A. M. and sailed at
15:i P. M Steamer Breakwater, for Coos
tlav. Sailed at !: A. M. Rrltlah ship
nelvoD. for Qaeenstown or Falmouth for
orders. Arrived at ;: P. it. Barkentlne
Jane L Stanford, from Grave Harbor, for
Brisbane, strura on Grave Harbor bar In
passing out; has four feet water In hold;
pumpi disabled. Left up at 3 P. !.
Mritlah ship Port Stanlev. palled at :30
A. M. Steamer Washington, for San Fran
San Franrlseo. Oet. J. Sailed last night
esner Tshoe. for Portland.
MKATTLK. Wash.. Ot. 2. Arrived Fair
Oaks, from Taronia: Tallao. from San Fran
cisco; Eureka, from Taooroa: V. F. transport
Tahoma. from Bering sea; steamer Umatilla.
from Nome. Sailed V. 8. 8. Manxanlta. for
Point Robinson: steamer city or Seattle,
for Skagway; stesnier Queen, for Saa Fran
Railroad Method of Charging for
FaMsnge to Do Inacgnrated by
last Passenger Steamers
Yale and Harvard.
Coast steamship circles were agog
over late details from San Francisco
concerning the operation of the speedy
steamers Yale and Harvard, which are
en route from New York to be placed
on the San Franrlsco-Is Angeles run,
and It is said they will be started with
rates at 4. against 111.30 as charged by
the San Francisco & Portland Steamship
Company and Pacific Coast Steamship
Company between these points.
However, In the case of the Yale and
Harvard an Innovation in passenger
traffic Is to be introduced on the Pa
cific, as the 34 rate will apply only to
the passage, the dining service being
a la. carte and berths will be charged
for as on standard trains, probably
lower. The standard rate between Los
Angeles and San Francisco is 32.50 for
a berth and on the Yale and Harvard It
will be about
The vessels, being equipped with
staterooms of the ordinary character,
with special suites of two and three
rooms. Willi baths, will be operated in
opposition to tho fast 'trains of -the
Southern Pacific, the "Owl" and "1-ark."
and a steamer la to sail from each port
at S o'clock in, the afternoon, except
Passengers, while compelled to pay tho
same fare, may travel as on second
class trains also, for they will be per
mitted to lounge In the cabins at night
without the necessity of purchasing'
berth accommodations, while undor the
a la carte service they may dine as they
elect. In addition It is understood that
a large bar wall be maintained, while,
other features will help revenues In lieu
of cargo, as the craft will carry no
heavy merchandise. The Western Pa
cific Is reported to have closed with the
Bcnnct-Goodall Company so that its ex
press service will be handled between
the two ports on the Yale and Har
vard. A passenger agreement probably
will be made by the rail Interests. The
time of arrival will be 9 o'clock In tho
morning, which will be as early as the
"I,ark" reports on the Coast line and
.less than two hours after the "Owl"
Tliough the steamers may not make
serious Inroads In the travel drawn by
the fast trains, it Is estimated tiiat they
will secure a largo percentage of busi
ness handled by slow trains on the
Coast line and valley route, because the
steamers will cut the running time and
offer an attractive reduction In rates.
The San Francisco & Portland Steam
ship Company and Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company will be In direct compe
tition with the new line south of the
Golden Gate. A rate war la prospective.
but the pioneer corporations will be In
a nosltlon to combat, as they carry
cargo to offset passenger losses and
besides have their revenue to ana irora
northern ports to make up any defi
ciency that may be suffered in the
Iiewls Rushed for Wheat.
T.u.mnhin Instructions to Captain
s.innnlnv r the Rrlrlsh shin Wm. T.
Lewi owned by Hind. Rolph & Co..
resulted yesterday tn oraers Demg rauta
to discharge her ballast at Unnton as
o- nnitiie. She will be lined lm-
nveHiatelv for wheat and It Is understood
if the veeejel is not chartered her owners
will purchase her cargo on speculation.
The craft was formerly the Robert Dun
can and was purchased several months
.... ami eATismefl in honor of the su
perintendent of shipping for her new
owners. me tsniisn snip run owiiir,
left up yesterday afternoon and will dis
charge ballaot at Unnton, where she will
Captain Shaver Named President.
Directors of the Clatskanie Transpor
tation Company yesterday met Bjt the
office of the Oregon Round Lumber
Company and re-elected those In office
to serve as executives during the com
ing year. Captain James Shaver is
president. Captain W. O. Hosford vice
president and t' C. O'Reilly secretary
and treasurer. The proposlt.on of con
structing a gasoline barge for use on
the Clatskanie, to assist the steamer
Beaver and to look after local busi
ness was discussed.
Mascot's Competition Strong.
In competition with IS trains on the
Northern Pacific and Oregon A Wash
ington line, and handicapped through
the fact she cannot reach Woodland,
the steamer Mascot continues to -bring
passengers to the city from Lewis
Kiver points that are accessible. Low
water Is preventing her from reaching
the forks of the stream, but a fair
amount of freight Is being carried.
which will Increase with a better boat
Heat her" Due .With Chains.
Bringing chains with which to test the
Inch of Umatilla Reef Lightship 67.
which Is undergoing repairs at the plant
of the Willamette Iron A Steel Works,
the lighthouse tender Heather will Br-
Constitutional Blood Poison is the
most insidious of all diseases. It
begins in an insignificant manner,
usually the appearance of a tiny sore
being the only outward evidence of its
presence. But down in the blood the
treacherous infection is at work, and
in a short time its chain of symptoms
begin to crop out. The mouth and
throat ulcerate, skin eruptions break
out, sores and ulcers appear on the
body, the glands in the groin swell,
and sometimes the hair comes out.
Mineral medicines cannot cure Con
stitutional Blood Poison; they only
shut the disease up in the system to
smoulder and await an opportunity of
breaking out afresh. The only pos
sible way to cure the disease is to
REMOVE the germs from the blood.
S. S. S. goes into the blood, and while
removing the infection makes the
blood pure, fresh and healthy. . This
causes a. gcnciu
upbuilding of the
and when S. S. S.
has made a cure
there is no return
of the lideous
S. S. S. is made
pntirelv of vege
table matter, containing not the least
particle of mineral in any ionn. ma
a perfectly safe medicine and a certain
cure for blood poison. . We have a
Home treatment book which we will
be glad to send free to all who write
and request it, also' any medical
advice witnouc cnarge.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca.
rive here today. Repairs ordered on the
first contract on the llchtslnp have been
completed. Commander Bllicott. of this
dkstrlct, wisheo to test the winches to
ascertain if they are satisfactory. The
second contract for retuhlng the boilers,
will be finished shortly. The Heather will
remain in port until after Monday, when
bids are to be opened lor docking the
Care Shown Moving Steamer.
Before the steamers Cascades and M.
F. Henderson, of the Shaver fleet.
hauled the British tramp Iran' into the
stream at Inman-Poulsen's yesterday,
log rafts lying on the West Side were
shifted and the dredge Portland movea
so that the big stea,mer could be "lined
up" for tho bridges. She is a twin
screw craft and of such size that
maneuvering her through the busy har
bor proved no slisht task. Lumber has
been loaded tween decks ana sue win
take- wheat in the hold, finishing with
lumber on deck. The carrier is under
charter for Calcutta.
MIND FAILS; CITY IS 'LOST
Insane Man Tells Albany Eugene
Has Sunk Into Ground. ,
ALBANY, Or., Oct. 26. (Special.) The
startling Information that the entire city
of Eugene had sunk into the ground was
Imparted to Linn County officers today
by H. W. Knowles. They didn't take his
word for It, however, and committed him
to the Oregon State Insane Asylum.
Knowles was picked up on the streets
here last evening by Chief of Police
Munkers. who observed his strange ac
tions. Knowles said he owned a bank, a
saloon and an automobile In Eugene but
all had disappeared with the remainder
of the city Into the ground. He and one
woman were the only residents of Eu
gene who survived the disaster, he said,
and the woman was taken from the town
by a train-load of United States soldiers.
Knowles made his way to Albany on foot.
He has been working recently at Mill
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n interested in noting- the marked eneral improvement that follows a thorough cure of the chief
success in cuHng difficult cases of long standing has made me the 'foremost specialist treating men s
veral thing's. It is due to tue original, uwuutuvo mi-a nmiuu6uij aiicminu
n dobt ai ttheff true condition who wish to avoid the serious results that may follow neglect. I
insultation and advice, either at my offi.-e or through correspondenr-e. If your case is one of the few
ched an i n c u r a b lest age I w 1 1 1 not accept it for treatment, nor will I urge my services upon any one.
I have treated
and have bee
ailments. This success Is due to se
method of treatment empwy.
To those 1
offer free co
i.a I, .i i run i.rl art Incurable sta.:e
I treat curable cases only, and cure all cases I treat
In no other ailment peculiar; to
men Is a prompt and thorough cure
so essential. Contracted ailments
tend to work backward until the
most vital nerve centers become in
volved in the Inflammation. Then
follows a chronic stage that stub
bornly resists all ordinary treat
ment. Safety demands that every
vestige of infection be eradicated at
the earl lest possible moment. My
treatment Is thorough. The reme
dies employed have a more positive
action than has ever before been
attained, and so perfect is my meth
od of application that even chronic
cases yield completely.
All men visiting Portland
should see Dr. Taylor's Free
Museum of Science. As far ahead
of all other advertised museums
as the Dr. Taylor methods of
treating men's aliments are su
perior to the old. haphazard and
guesswork treatment. An exhi
bition prepared at a great cost
of time and labor. No charge
to see museum, which is entirely
apart from medical offices.
This most prevalent of all ail
ments of men Is also the most neg
lected, either through dread of the
harsh methods of treatment com
monly employed, or through Ignor
ance of the grave dangers that ac
company the ailment. Ai varicose
veins interfere directly with the cir
culation and process of waste and
repair, the necessity of prompt and
.thorough cure cannot be too forci
bly emphasized. I cure varicose
veins In one week by an absolutely
painless process. My cures are thor
ough and absolutely permanent, and
are aocompllahed without the use of
knife, ligature or caustic.
CONSULT ME FREE
. ... .,, ..( nf Investigating my methods of treatment and equipment. I offer FREE
.J.fHnn'1 'rears' rthrthoughn" s of myVfmimUion and diagnosis with that of other physicians and you
ult. I refuse to treat incuraoie cases i "j vl ' - -
treatment by mall
The DR. TAYLOR Co
Corner Second and Morrison Streets. Private Entrance 234 Morrison Street
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. SUNDAYS, lO A. M. TO 1 V. M.
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OUi ALLNU CHINESE MEDICTVE CO.
Oar remedies are composed
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and barks and are sura to
cure to stay cured. All
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and women a specialty. It
vou cannot call, send for
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ITO-NIGHT . ,
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L. T. YIE
THE C HINESE DOCTOR
Vee Son's Medicine Co. b,ent
lifetime study of herbs and r
cearch In China; was granted
diploma by the Emperor; won
derful cu.e of all ailments of
men and women when others
failed. If you suffer, cull or
write to YEE Jt SON'S MLEDI
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