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QUITS STREET END
Controllers of Oak Dock Are
First to Obey Edict of
OTHERS MAY FIGHT FIAT
OffWa of Open Ttrier Trsnoporta
Hon Conrpaoy Tirmrrrr Bark
From TUTrr Property-Owners
to Confer YTrtH OfTVclaJa.
A numhar ft waterfront proparty
wera will naad tha flat of tha Conn
rll In Tacatlna; tlrMt nda. the flrtt to
tnkt a noTt bain- tha Thompson aa
tata. rontro'ltnr Oak-trt dock. Tha
fttirrm of tha Open Hirer Transporta
tion Company bar barn morad from
tha upper arctton to a building; to tha
rear of tha dock and tha former offlco
bulldlnr will ba torn down at one.
Tha city demands about li atraat
ends to b vacatad and In moat In
stance. It la prbanla that thoaa hav
iux tru turea on tha land will abdl
at. but In a few cases tha rlrht of
tha city to order bulldlnics raaad will
b rontated on tha ground that tha
street ftidi wara not dedicated. About
two month ago formal notlca waa
irtrrn and tha ocupants waro allowed
an month! In which to comply. Tha
urder Included ail streets on which
penal permission had been granted to
us them. tma of tba property-owners
have held meetlnaa to declda what
ntrpa should ba taken
A rcpreaenlatlva of tha waterfront
Interests called on City Attorney Urant
and Informed him that thoaa who had
participated In tha irathartnira had
unanimously a a read not to oppoaa tba
municipality. In that ronnactlon It
waa auca-eated that tha propartj-own-era
appear befora tha Council at an
early tlate and ascertain If something
tould b dona to aettla tha waterfront
fnlahed loading wheat at Montgomery
dock No. 1 yesterday afternoon, tm
ahlftad to Ocean lo dock, where aha will t
tart thla morning".
Meyer. WUaoa aV Co. have chart
ered tha French bark Kdoaard Detains,
which recently arrtred out with a
wheat ear-o from Portland, to load
for tha return voyage at Dublin and
Comyn. Mack all Co hare ra
chartered tha barkentlne James Tuft
to load on Par Found for Sydney, at
eta (d. Eha la due at Antofaa-aata. Tha
veeael waa previously ansa(d to load
hare for VaJparlso.
Captain MUler haa resigned aa mas
ter of tha Hammond steamer Geo. W.
Venwlck and Captain Ludlow, of tha
Oeneral Hubbard, haa taken the berth.
Flint Mate C. J. Boutmlllter. of Ue
Hubbard, haa been appointed maater.
Last of tha cargo of tha eteamer
Rtanler Dollar waa discharged yester
day raornins; and after being lifted
on tha Orea-on rirrdock for cleaning and
painting ahe will commence loading I
lumber for tha return to Balboa,
With 1SI.JS9 buahela of wheat, valued
at 1 15.000. tha British bark Port Stan
ley cleared yesterday for tha United
FAIR TRIP DRAWING
Excursion to Pick Oregon Site
Attracts More Daily.
"STUNT" FORMERS NAMED
Whole State Shows Interee. In Plan
to Storm San Francisco and
Committee Believe S0O
Will Go From Portland. I
Irae t Arrive.
Kama. From. Data
Wnea Cltr aa Pedro. ... In port
Northland Ban FranHseo la pert
Klamath Mn In port
hue 11. tlmore. Tillamook Keb. i-"
i-o. w. Kiiler. an ieso.... Feb.
Iireakwaler. .. .'os Bey. . ... Mar.
Heaver Hsn I'ertro, .. . Mar.
Roanoke ib Piece.... Mar.
Alliance Kureka Mar.
Vslcon... ..Ml) Francisco Mar.
. fan Pedro.
Northland Sun Pedro
. Sen IMeao
K lamat b
.u If. K I mors. Tillamook
fioee Cite. . .
Koanoke. . . .
Alliance. . . . ,
1'eaver. . . . . .
Fa. con ......
K umerle. . . .
.t. V. for L. A.. Max.
.Hen Pedro. ... Mar.
. 'noi Fay Mar.
. .aa Diego. . . . Mar.
. Kurrkif Mar.
. San Pedro. . . . Mar.
. fima Francisco Mar.
. Hen P-lro. ... Mer.
. .Manila Mar.
K. for I. A,. April
Geo. tt". Elder. aa Dlrao. . . . April
Kingdom. The ateamer Carina cleared
for fan Francisco with 600 tona of
wheat. Ins tons of oata and 400.000 feet
Pan Kranr-teco advlres are that tha
Pchooner Koreste-4 which put In there
last week In a leaking condition, haa
proceeded to Panta Rosalia. It being
ound that a loosened knot caueed tha
question amicably. After the atreeta I leak and repairs were made without
are tarated. tmprovemente can be peti
tioned for and the roadwaye may ba
plared In better condition, but there la
tn disposition on tha part of tha Coun
cil to close entrances to either lower
nr upper dorks.
Tha use of apace beneath roadwaye
fr poultry houeea. atablea and euch
purposes will not be tolerated and all
rrfuaa must ba removed. On a few
iln.-ke at the ends of streets unsightly
plies of machinery and other property
haa been stored. These will ba or
u, ed removed.
DREDC.I'VO XOT HEAVY WORK
Captain Uraham Believe Channel to
rll Can B) Improved.
In the opinion of Captain A. W. Gra
ham, of the Yellow Suck Una. the
report submitted to Congreaa deal
ing with tha project to deepen tha
Willamete Hirer between Portland
and Oregon City to all feet will pre
sent no difficult feature, though work
at the mouth of the Clackamas RJver
may not ba prosecuted rapidly.
"One of the worst places at low
water now Is near tha head or Rons
llan.l." aald Captain lira ham. "I
think there la about four feet of wa
ter there at i -to. It apparently having
shoaled considerable during tha paat
season. 1 n-eilKlng will a!so ba requir
ed at Magonn'a Bar and Jennings Bar.
AVhrre the ilarkamaa emptlea Into tha
Willamete there la depth, but at low
water tha flow la swift and that causae
trouble. Steamers have to be lined1
here, but that part of tha road could
he widened and much of tha trouble
The project haa been recommended
hr Major Mcfndoe. Corps of Knirtn-e-rs.
I. P. A.. an1 It la believed that
favorable action will be taken by Con
gress In providing an appropriation
In tha forthcoming rtrera and harVbra
IXKS TO CnARTER. STEAMER
Hear or Beaver Will Be I'aed
floating Hotel in Portland.
KIther the ateamer Bearer or Bear
will be chartered by tha Los Angeles
lodge of Klks to transport the South
ern California delegation to the Port
l-nd convention of tha grand lodge In
July. Comnmteea from the Loa Angelea
herd rare Inspected the vessels and
n.i thev are alike In model and accom
moHntlnne. the one chosen will depend
nrt the attitude of tha Sn Kranclaco
Portland Mteamslilp - Company of -f:rlala.
The Bear Is scheduled to aall from
y.m Pedro July 1 and to reach Port
land July , so aha may ba aelected.
iiTile.a It Is determined to replace tha
vraael "-bartered with tha Kansas City.
Then arrangement may ba made to
postpone the sailing from Pan perdo
to suit tha convenience of tha Klks
and time tha arrival In Portland
tha opening day of the convention or
the evening before. It haa been re
ported that tha Klks will usa the ves
sel aa a headquarters while In Port
Land and at tha termination of the
convention will return south, prob
ably making an official call on their
San Francisco brethren.
i.rcA. AiaiiVEs ox coast
l.atet Adjunct to Standard JjM of
Portland will soon see the latent ac
quisition to the 8t.nlard Oil r.eet. the
aieamer Capt. A. ". Lucas, which has
arrived at Mn Francluro from Phil
adelphia, after a l'dit of S days,
to enter the Coast oil trade. She will
replace the ateamer Catania, which
haa operated between an Francisco
months, though previously eha waa
In tha same trade but bad been Idle
for nearly a year wlthla tha Uolden
Tha Lucas haa a capacity of 4S.000
tuirrels. She la of 41 St gross tons and
tons net register, being S0 feet
l"it:. with a benm of (A feet and 21.5
r-et ,1,-pth of hold. She waa built
hi 1VX at Richmond. V, and has an
indicated horse-power of ii'lO. Other
additions are contemplated by the
Kuckefeiler concern and with the
growth of the oil consumption In tha
.Northwest all companies will provJde
for more tonnage.
i n her first trip of the season on
the I'i'per Columbia route, the steamer
l.ilati-l Kmplre departed from Celllo
After disharcinz her inward cargo
from Fan Kranci:p. tha steamer Ne
halem left rort laxt night for tvillapa
Harbor to work lumber.
When the British ateamer Turlcy
It habeen decided by the K. K
Wood lAimher Compinr to name Its
new ateamer, a contract for which haa
been let to Mathews Brothers, of Ho
qulam. Waa It. tha Avalon. She will ba
ten feet longer than the Daisy Uads-
by and la to carry 1.000.000 feet of lum
I'nlted States Inspector Kdwarda
and Fuller yesterday made public their
ueciaiun in ina rase oi menncn j
Meaner, assistant engineer on the
ataemer Sarah Dixon, who was charged
with negligence and his license i
ordered suspended for a period of SO
Wheat stocks on tha Snake River
have been reduced until It la eat!
mated by Captain Ceo r go Conway, su
perintendent of the O.-W. R. A X. water
lines, that but 60.000 sacks remain and
he ordered the ateamer Lewlston out of
commission yesterday. The ateamer
Spokane will remain In service. It Is
aald lv.000 sacks ara ready to move.
Cnder charter to tha L'nlon Oil Com
paay. tha steamer Catania la to remain
In operation an additional all months.
Her charter to the Standard OH Com
pany expired recently and now she will
ply between Port Kan Lula and port-
land. She aalled laat night for San
Francisco and will be held there to
clean boilers for two or three days
Bids for the construction of a special
dredge to be used In deepening the
bar and channel at Coos Bay are to
be opened at noon today by Major
Morrow. Corps of Engineers. L. S. A
and It will be the second time that
tenders have been received for th
vessel, the former lot being deemed
too hlgx It la expected that leading
firms on both coasts will bid for the
Equipped with oil burners, the steam
er Prince tieorge la to be placed on the
Seattle-Prince Rupert run March S.
Prince Rupert la the terminus of tha
new Or and Trunk Pacific line. The
vessel la expected to steam at from 18
to 1 knots an hour and will reduce
the previous running time about IS
hours. The ateamer Prince Rupert will
be ordered out of serivo for an over
hauling and to have oil burners In
ata'lled. Work of loading the salmon ship
Reuco began at Astoria yesterday and
she will get away for Alaska before
tha last of March. The fleet of the
Alaska-Portland Packers' Association,
comprising tha skips Levi li. Burgess
and Borlln and tha tug North King, are
bring gotten In readiness for the sea
son at (jolile, their Winter quarters,
and will he brought to Portland shortly
to commence loading.
Actual construction of the Shaver
steamer M. K. Henderson Is to be be
gun today at tha yarda of the Port
land Shipbuilding Company, when tha
keel la laid. Material ia being delivered
for the frames, and the work will be
hurried. A new smokestack wss fitted
aboard the ateamer No Wonder, of that
fleet, yesterday and ths painting of
the ateamer Cascades was atarted, ao
ahe will be ready tor service aa soon
as some special fittings arrive.
Dividing Portland Into district, the
membership commltee will be;ln at
ones a systematic campaign to IU tip
tha membership In the exenrslory that
will leave for San Franciaco Aiarca 12,
to select the site for the Oregon tulld
ins at tha Panama-Pacific Exposition.
The committeemen met witn fuuua
eler. chairman of the Oregon com-
on for the exposition, at th Com
merclal Club yesterday afternoon and
made plans for the campaign r.
Larson. C F. Berg; and L. A. Colton
were, appointed to have charge of the
"stunt" features of the programme.
A message will be sent to Ban Fran
Cisco at once and arrangements for
headquarters for the Oregon delega
tion will be completed. Organisations
of San Frsnclaco will communicate
with Mr. Meier, chairman of the Ore
gon committee, as to the plans they
have made for the entertainment of
their visitors from Oregon. ,
O. M. Hyland heads the membership
committee and associated with him are
Tom Richardson. A. C. Callan. L. F.
Weaver, C. H. Moore, C. B. Merrick, C.
F. Berg. L. A. Colton, J. F. Larson. W,
J. Hofmann. J. F. Carroll. El. J. Hall
nd A. A. Schell. Others who volun
teer will assist In the canvass of the
city for excursionists to Join the Port
Many Eager to Cia. (
Judging from our experience In for
mer excursions." said W. I Crissey, of
tha promotion bnreau of tha Commer
cial Club, yesterday, "the attendance in
this excursion should be a record
breaker. I have never known a de
mand for so many reservation on an
excursion train to come In tiefore a
systematic canvass had been begun.
When the committees get lntoithe field
the Portland illeallou slioult be built
up to 100 or .100." I
The advance demand for reservations
has already reached more than 100 and
O. M. Hyland. chairman of the mem
bership committee. Is receiving dally
checka for S35 from many who are
eager to have tholr reservations made
in time to Insure themselves of a place
In the first section of the excursion
train before all places are taken.
In addition to the canvass for mem
bership, letters were prepsred yester
day to be mailed to members of the
various commercial organisations of
the city, over the signatures of tha
clubs, urging them to assist In making
tha excursion the largest that has ever
gone out of Portland. Members of the
clubs will not be called upon alono to
HI! out the personnel of the party, but
the excursion is open to any citizens of
Portland who desire to go.
"Oreaoa FT rat la "loaan.
Letterheads have been prepared bear
ing aa a heading the slogan that has
been adopted, "Oregon First." and
communications Issued, throughout the
state from tha committee in Portland
will ba written on the "excursion letterhead."
Like the Rotary Club at its luncheon
Tuesday, the Ad Club, when Mr. Meier
called for Its support for the excur
sion at the luncheon yesterday, re
sponded with enthusiasm and a score
or more Immediately announced their
Intention of taking part in the visit to
California. The Realty Board and the
Progressive Business Men's Club also
will be called upon and similar re
sponse is expected from them.
Interest throughout th state Is
growing and bis representations will
Join the excursion even from the re-
mote cities of Eastern Oregon. Trlne-
vllle. Ontario. Baker and Lakevlew
ill send delegations, although the
Lakevlew party will not be able to
Join the excursion In the Willamette
Valley, but will g by way of Nevada
and arrl e n "an Francisco In time to
greet th-lr brethren from Western
Oregon there. Mr. Meier was In
formed yesterday thst the Eugene del
egatlon hnd crown until it will have
at least 55 members.
rnnn rFrfx$&t& Err.
Tho only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM. NO LIME PHOSPHATE
COIN REPLACES VOW
Nurse Paid Fortune for Broken
W. B. MOORE SETTLES
TRACK PACT MAY ENSUE
MIIWAUKKTC A XT O.-W. R. X
MKFXY TO MAKK TERMS.
Line Probably Will Use Harrlman
Rails Prom Slnrengo, Permit
ting- THrect Kntran" to City.
MotrnienU of Vraaela,
POKT1-V.VO. Feb. SB. Arrived Ftearaar
Jofta puin. from ean Kranclece; (aw
line schooner Palsy, from Tillamook, BmiI4
leamrr catama, for eaa Frmuctaco; saso
lin schooner Tiilamook. for Baodoa; ateam
er Nraaletn. fur lliapa Harbwr.
Astoria. Feb. Arrived at T A. M.
imr lltNiuum. fruiu Saa Kranrlaco. Ar
ea ilovn at A. 40 and aauled at 10 a. M.
e:iAjnr lirvaitaater. for Coue Bay. Sailed
at :!. A. M- bteamar Alliance, for Cooe
iiajr and rTureka. Arrived at II aad left up
at 11 to A. M. Bleamer Jo ban Poulaen.
from n Krx.sclecu. Arrived and left no
at 4 f. M. iewllns schooner Pater, from
Til. am ma. Sailed at 3 P. XI. Steamer W.
S. 1'orl-r. for Monterey.
A'lnrta. Yb. rlld Steamer Falcon.
fo- FraDclww. Arrived at 7:oO P. M.
etrmr Aur-ila. frohi fan hranrieco.
eji, frranc !,. Kr j. Arrived at a, A.
M. e:can:T -Ater. from Portland. Sailed
a A. M -noner Vlrsints, for I'nlumMa
stiver, e ailed at 1 P. kl. Steamer Asuncion.
I-olrt U. Feb. SS, Passed at A. St.
-eteamer uitum. from Fort saa Lula. for
uuwnftova. Feb. IT. Arrived J arm aa
ahlo Alesander leenbars. from Portland.
eeatue. Ken. v Arrived fcleamers Mla-
aeeola. from Yokohama; Curacao. from
k.tfav: iM-lhl. frt,m I'ort lUakeley; Prlnca
A ltrt. ;ro:n l'rtm-a Hupert: t'harlee Net-
i. frotn eer. Kranclo-o. galled Meamera
Uuifn, for Tarninia: Meteor, for pan rrsn-
wo. Tail.--. f--r r.aj.' farror: ueihl. for
foutheaetrru Alaska; Prlnco Albert, for Vaa-
fsn Vr n -!-a. Fro. -" Arrived Btesra
s uulnault. from Wlllapa; Coaster, from
the t'olumt.ia River: tUurlme, from Honolulu:
laraara. from Bellinsnam; alacklnaw. Mal-r-a.
V. 8. loop. Everett. Sailed titeamers
Hliiuyou slam, for Hongkong; Asuncion, for
Portland, xaatnaw, ror Astoria; t. b. erulaar
til. I.oul. for Bremerton; schooners Virginia,
for Portland; Ussie Varce, (or i'ort Iowa-
tiiasae'v. Ksb. 3i. sailed ifeierophoa.
esnto. r''K 24. Hailed. Crown nf Toledo.
lfi-m Liverpool i f-.'r tan Krancie-n.
lliMicUunr. eh. Arrived previously.
Mnncoli. from Mn Francisco; Nippon Mi
ni, from in rraoi-leco.
10 0.1 A. Jf..
il.lj V. it..
Tldea at Artorta Tharsdar.
. feef :H A. M 4 1 feet
.1 feet; 13 P. M 0.6 fast
XeT traffic agreements between the
O.-W. R. a K. Co. and the Chicago.
Milwaukee) tt Puget Sound Railway
may be tha outgrowth of the confer
ence held here Tuesday between traffic
officials of the two road. It is re
ported In railroad circles thst the
: as tern connections of the two roads
the t'nlon Pacific and tha Chicago, Mil
waukee ac St. Paul respectively are
about to enter Into a new traffic ar
rangement for the Interchange of busi
ness at Omaha to take the pluc of
that now In effect between the Union
Pacino and tha Chicago at North
It Is said that tho new relations be
tween tho Chicago & Northwestern and
the Northern Pacific are displeasing- to
tho Harrlman Interesta and that they,
therefore, are seeking; a new entrance
Into Chicago from the Omaha gateway.
The report that the O.-W. R. & X.
Co. Is about to make an agreement
to handle Milwaukee equipment be
tween Portland and Seattle was denied
by K. B. Miller, traffic manager of
the O.-W. R. N. Co.. yesterday. He
aald the conference which he hold with
R. M. Caiklna, traffic manager of the
Milwaukee. Tuesday, was over routine
It Is probable. Mr. Miller arfmlte-d,
that after the new O.-W. R. N. line
between Fpokane and Marengo, which
Is to be used jointly by the Milwaukee
and t!ie O.-W li. N. Co.. Is com
pleted, an arrangement for the Inter
change of freight and passenger busi
ness st Marengo will be made, thus
permitting the Milwaukee to route pas
sengers to and from Portland direct. The
two roads already Interchange freight
at Pluminer, Idaho, where they have a
Tlilrd Son Born to Crown Princess.
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. Fro. I. The
Crown Princess of Sweden, who Is a
daughter of the Puke of Connaught,
Governor-General of Canada. gave
birth to a son this morning. Both
mother and child are doing well. The
Crown Prince and Princess now have
three sons and one daughter.
Attorneys Ask Postponement of
Case; Iove Letters to Be Returned--A
mount of Balm With
heldMary K. Cronen Wins.
The wound to the heart and feellngl
of Mary K. Cronen, caused by the re
fusal of Walter Baker Moore to marry
her. Is said to have been healed by the
receipt of a large sum -of money, be
lieved to amount to tens of thousands
When the woman's suit was called
for triat yesterday morning before
Judge Bean It was announced by John
r . Logan and John H. Stevenson, at
torneys for Miss Cronen, that as the
suit was in the course of settlement.
It was desired to have It taken off the
trial docket and continued indefinitely.
iVs far as the pecuniary feature of
the cnao is concerned the money i has
been paid, but under the agreement of
settlement certain love letters, that
passed between them, must be retnrned
before the suit is stricken from th
Amount of Balm Withheld.
Exactly how much, cash was paid In
settlement Is not made public, but
is believed to have represented more
money than was ever before paid In
similar circumstances In this state.
Walter Baker Moore Is In California
for the Winter. Miss Cronen still re
sides In Portland.
Tho romance that reached the courts
started In 1909, while Miss Cronen was
professional nurse. Walter Baker
Moore Is the son of Miles C. Moore, ex
Governor of Washington, banker of
Walla Walla and one of the wealthiest
men of Washington. She was 42 and
he 35. After a short acquaintance he
proposed marriage and was accepted.
The wedding was postponed until he
had taken a trip to California. In the
separation his ardor cooled and an'
other postponement was chronicled.
Wed dinar Is Poatponed.
The wedding day waa put off so of
ten that Miss Cronen made a final de
mand for him to fulfill his promise and
upon nis aoagipg tne issue sue men
Suit against him for breach of prom
ise, demanding $100,000 as a balm for
her broken heart. The complaint set
out In detail when, where and how
often Moore had promised to marry
her, ss well as how many times the
wedding day had been set and the hu
initiation she suffered when she could
not accept the congratulations of her
This suit originally was filed In the
State Circuit Court, but was trans
ferred later to the United States Dis
trlct Court, because Mr. Moore Is not
a resident of Oregon.
Bible. I wrote letters six -weeks ago to
agents of steamship lines, asking them
for the height of roasts on their ves
sels, but they made no objection then
to the truss, and even If I wanted to
file a bond, as they asked, I don't know
how It could be filed so as to please all
PART OF TRUSS IS PLACED
Two Sections Will Be Lifted i
Bridge Xext Week.
Two of four sections that will con
stitute the temporary truss on which
the draw of the new Harfiman bridge
Is to be built were lifted to the sup
ports yesterday, and the others will be
placed early next week. Little delay
was suffered by vessels on the river,
one steam schooner even having passed
beneath the obstruction.
Robert Wakefield, the contractor en
gaged In erecting the steel, says that
the draw could not be shifted Into posi
tion on barges, as was done on the
Hawthorne-Bvenue crossing, because
the latter draw span weighed but 800
tons, while the Harrlman span will
weigh S500 tons, and the first part to
be placed will weigh four tons to the
Gerald Bagnall. assistant engineer on
the taff of Major Mclndoe, Corp of
Engineers. U. 8. A visited the bridge
yesterday to Investigate reports that
sufficient clearance was not allowed
with the truss resting at 116 feet above
low water, and no step were taken
to prevent the work being completed.
despite the protests of shipping Inter
ests, which favor the clearance being
lng Increased to 120 feet.
"Vessels arriving witn cargo mat
cannot pass beneath the truss can dis
charge either on Alaska or Atnsworth
dock," said -Mr. Wakefield. We have
provided towboats In the past to help
vessel through the draw, and will
continue to afford them all help pos- i
JAPAXESE LTXE IS TO START
Xorthern Reports Are That Xippon
' Fleet Will Run Direct.
Puget Sound shipping Interests pro
fess to have authoritative information
that the Nippon Tusen Katsha. which
operates steamers from the northern
harbor to the Far East, have decided to
establish an Independent line from
Portland, the vessels to steam direct
from the Columbia River across the
Pacific, which corroborates steps taken
a few months ago when a director of
the Nippon Tusen Kalsha visited Port
land and went thoroughly over the
field. He is now In the East arranging
to get a railroad connection out of
Portland for the handling of transcon
tinental shipments, and Is to return to
Japan the latter part of March to con
fer with his colleagues.
It is further reported that the Japa
nese interests will get the fleet in ser
vice in advance of the coming of two
new steamers built by Andrew Weir, of
Glasgow, owning the Suveric. Kumerlo,
Lucerlc and Orteric, which are now on
the Portland-Puget Sound-Oriental run
with Waterhouse & Co. a agents.
When Weir abandoned the Australian
line, Waterhouse Immediately an
nounced that he would continue the
service with chartered steamers. It is
said there is a breach between the two.
though Waterhouse yet operates the
Weir steamers aa they were chartered
for five-year periods. The Waterhouse
line from Portland has not been entire
ly satisfactory to exporters and they
say they would prefer the former ar
rangement had with tho Portland &
Asiatic, which Waterhouse purchased.
PORT COMMIRSIOX WILL MEET
Session This Afternoon Will Be Fea
tured by Foster Claim.
As the schooner L. D. Foster is to
sail in a few days from Grays Harbor
for Suva with a lumber cargo, a spe
cial session of the Port of Portland haa
been called for this afternoon, at which
the claim of the owners for damage to
the vessel, alleged to have been sus
tained several months ago when she
was in the Columbia and had to be
towed to Astoria and anchored near a
ledge of rocks by one of the Porfs
tugs, will be considered.
S. S. Mears, president or tne com
mission, has not returned to the city
from a trip through the South, and R.
D. Inman Is absent In the bast, out
It Is thought that there will be a quo
rum present. There will be minor mat
ters to come up, among them being
a report on progress made In the con-
Germs of Catarrh Easily Destroyed
and Vile Disease Ended.
Delays are dangerous. If you want
to get rid of catarrh you must kill the
germs that cause caiarrn. Duimnta
dosing, ointment, sprays and douches
have all failed.
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over the in.
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and soothing the sore, catarrhal spots.
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est Eucalyptus and other healing anti
septics and Is very pleasant to breathe.
Complete outfit including hard rubber
pocket inhaler and bottle of HYOMEI
$1.00. After you once own an innaier
you can buy a bottle of HYOMEI at
pharmacists everywhere for only 60
A remedy of superior merit for Coughs, Hoarse
ness and irritation of throat, giving wonderful
relief in Lang Troubles, Bronchitis and Asthma.
Free from opiates or anv harmful tmrrli Ant-
Sold only in boxes. Sample mailed free.
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will keep you and th entire family feeling good for months. Don't forget
Makes your hair grow long, heavy and
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Immediately after applying a little Dan
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If you wish to double the beauty of your
hair in ten minutes surely try this moisten
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struction of the new steel dredge, the
truss for which has been completed at
the plant of the Northwest Steel Com
pany. Material for the hull Is beln?
assembled at tho Willamette Iron
Steel Works, Machinery being bull
in the East is being rushed and will
be shipped as soon as possible.
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EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 7th, 1812.
STEAMSHIP PRINCE GEORGE
Leaves Seattle, Washington, Every Sunday at 12:00
o'Clock, Midnight, for
VICTORIA, VANCOUVER AND PRINCE RUPERT, I. C.
Connecting at Prince Rupert, B. C, with "S. S. PRINCE
JOHN" Wednesday, 1:00 P. M., February 7th, 21st,
March 6th, 20th and April 3d for Stewart and Naas
River. B. C, points. February 8th, 22d March 7th. 21st
and April 4th for Massett and Naden Harbor. Febru
ary loth, 24th, March th, 22d and April 6th for Queen
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Trains leave Prince Rupert, B. C, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1:00 P. M.
for Vanarsdol (one hundred miles).
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM
FOUR THROUGH TRAINS DAILY NO EXCESS FARE between Chicago
and all points East. Through PULLMAN STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING-CARS.
J. H. Burgle, General Agent. Passenger Department, Seattle. WnsMocton, First
Avenue and Yesler Way.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD
ALSO APRIL 6
york APRIL 20
rhTwestb Can twin lealaaniBln
Atlantic Transport Line
Net Tars Leases Direct
RED STAR LINE
Hew Tars Dover Antwerp Paris
wenr star line
Hear Tsrk Oaceaulawa Uverpssl
Hew Twk fTjraoalh Crrnm Snttfluozptoa
Maalresl Qaeliec Uversesi
'RSEGANTIC" & "LAURENTIC"
LarrMt and Winmmt StaBmtH-s
on St. LtwrwMM Rout
Only Four Days at Sea
TO EUIiOPR ITC COMFORT T MODSRATK
Twin Screw SS. "Cantda" and "Trtileaie"
r1t CLASS (11) CARfV SERVICE
THIRD Cl.iStl CLOHU0 ROOKS
Rsernfe beclred tarnQsh to Stesner la Bntrt.
Bmhark alKAt baTore nailing. So hotel or transfer
Cemaaar'! Oftlee. Maooi " B " Baiiev BalldlBa. Secsad satf Cscttt Strecis. Seattle
OR LOCAL. RAII.WAT AKD STBAMSSIP AliBf T8
10 CeillSe Never gripe) or sicken.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
'EMPRESSES OF THE ATLANTIC"
AND OTHER STEAMSHIPS
MONTREAL. QUEJEO AND LIVERPOOL
SCENIC ROL'TK TO EVKOI'E
OS THIS ST. LAW KENCB RIVER
LESS THAN 4 DATS AT SEA
2833 MILES PORT TO PORT
THE SHORTEST OCEAN PASSAGE
First Cabin ffrl.30 and ap
Second Cabin WSjTS. and up
One-Class Cabin 11) $50.00 and up
Third-class Lowest rates on request.
Canadian Pacific Office. 14L Third Street.
Portland, and all local agents.
COOS BAY LINE
- sails from Alnaworta Docks. Portlasa.
f u avary Tuosdar, Frslstit reoolred at
aJsuaeartk Dock daily up to 6 P. M. Paa
seasar tax, first-class, $10: sacoDd-clas. '.
Including snsals and bona. llckat oftlee
AiDswortn Do4ia. I'nooos Adala aaw us
UK. A 1234.
r?FMsng'gT Tray.atfw aT&
. EXPRESS STEAMERS FOR
San Francisco and Los Angelas
. s. ROSE CITY 8aila 4 1. M.. March X.
BAM 1RANC1M.O & fORTLAND 8. a. CO,
Ticket Office, 143 Third St.
Fbonca Main 40S and A 140s.
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
(Lnlon Line of N. Z
VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON.
Direct through steamers, sailing; from San
Francisco March . Aorll 3 and every 28
days to TahltL Wellington and Sydnay. N.
8. Wales. The line to Isles of the South Seas.
For reservations ses Coupon Railroad Agents
or address Hind. Rolph & Co.. San Francisco.
In addition to rpgular sailings foi
Europe and the Mediterranean soni
especially attractive tours will be
offered during: 1912 by the
North German Lloyd
Kronprinz Wilhelm. . .Tues., Mar. 12
Gen. Washington Sat., Mar. 23
Kas. Wil. Der Grosse, Tues., Apr. 2
Prinzess Irene Sat., Mar.
Koenig Albert Sat., Mar. 30
Cruise to 31ack Sea and Caucasus,
from Genoa April 2S to May 29
Cruise to Polar Regions from Bremen,
July 18 to August lj $125 up. Inde
pendent around the world trips start
ing any time, east or west HIS.
Travelers' Checks eood all over tho world.
Oelricbs A Co., 5 Broadway. New York.
ROBERT CAI'PELLE. G. A. P. C..
250 Fowell St., Opp. It. I ranr). Hotel, 8. F.
or Local Agents.
San Francisco L03 Angeles
and San Diep Direct (
S. S. Roanoke and S. S. Eldez
Sail Eti? Wednndar Alternately at S If.
NORTH PACIFIC S. S. 00,
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