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MAYOR ENLISTS IN
WAR ON El DENS
Ex-Sheriff Tom Word Gains
Pledge From City Executive
to Aid Anti-Vice Crusade.
NORTH END DIVES SCORED
Vormrr Cnmnty Official Icolar
Saloons Sell l iquor on Sunday
and That sxrcrnl Club Are
Really Gambling Hou.
Wit. i Mi!" l:nMii;:it pl-'l-l to
K.m fvrrv assistance ml his command.
Tom Word. n-ii.KTlIT f Mlltnotnali
fountv, wM fnuimfnt-1 at on- tixht
in rxtermlmte sjmbllnir orris, whis
ky bootlrtrcins establishment "'
Mhr dens "f vlrc hlch !" rx-ShorifT
itnlim abound In Portlands North
Knd district. The crtis.vie will be di
rected aealr.st Kiloona wliUh maintain
rrpn arourd the ar on S'ipdays
and iiiM f li'iuor unler t:i pre
tense of the bivfraj's b-lr.x only noft
drinks, and al-o analnrt su-rillcd. club.
which are declared to b oraanliatlons
t'tr aamblin. other classes of organ
lutiona ami Individual said bv Mr.
Word to be responsible not only for
rambilns. but f"r -he larse number of
drunken n-.cn who crowd the North
V.nd s'reets -n Sundays. 111 be arrest
ed and presci uted.
In a rontrricrr yer.terdny with Mayor
l:imhhsht Mr. Worl re.-.ivrd a pledse
f support from the city's executive
and la ready ti b'en hn tlcht. Mayor
r:uhltsht has aid trial lie rcallxcd
that rondltlona rre batl lii'l expressed
a desire for immediate work to end the
UlTar k r arrt Word.
visited Mayor RnshligM." said
Mr. Word l.nat nl-ht. ".ind went ovr
Hie situation In detail. I explained the
conditions a 1 haJ found them and ho
asreed with tr.o that mr descriptions
no not exaseerot.-d. I believe he
Is abaoituely conscientious In his de
claration that he won i.l jo riant down
the line wltii mc In the proposition. In
peaking of ti e vlol.itlon of the, Sun
day lams the Mayor said thit If there
were any law by hlrh they could be
forced to remain close.l on Sundays he
would enforce the law to the letter.
"And there certalnlv is such a law.
continued the ev-fherlfT. "If we can
not force the ofT-nltns raloons to close
under the terms of the ordinances.
will set them under the 'nuisance act.'
uhl.'h covers Just sio-h emergencies,
lea oblala Usiaar aa ..
"Last Sunday I in.idn an Inventlga
tion on rlurosltle street, which Is one of
the cent ?rs of the trouble. I counted
on the afreet althln a short time 14
rlrunk-n men. here dl. they pet the
liuuor if not from the saloons which
were violating the rumlay closine law?
A a matter of fact a number of sa
loons In the North Knd are open Sun
days. The bars are surrounded by
screen huh shut off the view from
the street and men are allowed be
hind the screens to drink. To the gen
rral public it would be nid that soft
drinks srre sold behind these screen
on Sunta)s. hen as a matter of fact
It Is possible ! kc! any kind of a
irink. Those bllrd ptirs are the cause
of such crowds of drunken men on
llurnslile street Sund:iv afternoon
that It Is unsafe for a wo-nen to walk
thronsh that rtreet to take any of the
cars cotnir In the Kasl Side. The keep
ers of these dives use straws In their
drinks, but this Is but a ruse to ward
off anyone who might be tnvestigattnK
a quarter la He skana la frlfct.
"1 am In dead earnest In this saloon
f;ht and now that 1 have the support
of Mayor ItushltKht. whl it means aleo
the support of liie police. 1 Intend to
lose no time In cleaning Ihtnus up.
Since I started this Investigation cer
tain Interests which mould be affected
by such a clean-up have called me up
and bcKKed me not to tlo anvthlns. but
I have told them that I intended to BO
through with It to the end.
"In addition to the Sunday saloon
nuisance. I have the Mayors pledge
to help rid the citv of the so-called
t lubs which are nothing more than
gambling institutions. Amone these
are many In the North Knd and some
In other pirts of the city. They not
only violate the Sunday law by sclllnit
liuuor. but tin opcra:e Kambllnij
houses where men are lured in and
rohoed of their nione.
Tells ml l.aaabllaa; tie as.
These Kimhltn pl.n-es are even
worse than the screened ssloona on
Sund.tv because th make no pretense
of selling snthmi but Intoxicants and
rev do n-'t attempt lo 'over up their
trs-ks bv us- of !'! tn the clastcs.
Thev irt hold of cx-eonvicts and push
ihcm b.x. k into t:;c world of vice and
ultmatcly back Into prison."
Mr. Word has been busy on the sam-M'n-hou?
e raiding crusade for some
t me. Ivavlns alrea'ly prompted several
raids. On- of these was ssalnst the
Orpheua flub which. It was proved,
was a caiohltn house. Heretofore
his raids he been on ht iw n voli
tion, but more inter'stlre thlncs are
now anticipated In bis fi ht since ho
has sained the assistance of the Po
Jlcc 1 s(mrimrr t.
SUFFRAGE PLANS GROWING
Campaign CommUlrf to Intend
Work Throuclioat Matr.
Thr ttt rrnlr.il lamp:.!, rommit
tr of tkt State Kium1 ISufTr:
A-octit ; n. ipitfd ty Mr. Ahivatl
lS-on I uniw at y (Triauiriu. nl rat.rtl
at rnt n,tir.i f i,lat'i. will
hoia i.cul.r inrw-rin thl aftrnrHm
at 1 3 tn rom 4- jollir.a. buiMinn.
I'Uinj r alrra'lv btnc mAdr ti ex
tnd th murk f th fumroittte to all
p&rt of t!i utf.
The polu'r will b o rn IM deli-rates
from rmh eitial vufTraK orcantsatton.
In ortlr tlt 1 r-.mi.iicn may b
mr irttlMrently rrfritert.
Tne ltn rUr1! titiTAfi.r lub will
hnM n mrritmc SjHuHy nistit at
o- l'-K n ln 4IM. rtmn Ac Kln-r
au1tto-ti.m. when Juiic W. N. Utt-n
wH on eiual jtiff-aae tn It r-
lattton to t JuTmle Court. John
irvrn'on. ran-'tri-ite fr d'fc.tr tt
th lm-ra, National ronTrntlnn,
will al. ei1. on en'ial fufTraae. .
M. luv:. i.re.ttirnt vt t.f club, will
J. F. Charter, cf Kosebarp. Is at te
V. K V .-iite. of Suthrr'.in. is at the
A. W. Si. sec. ef Ashland. Is at the
Cornel i u s.
S. s Moritt. a Payten merchant, is at
M I- Makers, a prominent attorney
of Fan Francisco. Is rtglsterea at the
Bruce lenr.:a. of I -a Grande, la at
C. A- John, an attorney of Baker, is
al tne Imperial.
E. C. Guerln. an Alleghany merchant.
Is at the Perkins.
W. I:osenblatt. a San Franclaco dis
tiller. Is at the Oregon.
Pan MrKlnnon. a lumber of Aber
deen. Is at the Oregon.
H. M. Sidney, a huslnesa man of Hood
lilver. Is at the Bowera.
W. II. Kccles. a lumberman of Ogden,
Is rearlstered at the Oregon.
Mrs. K. I- Davidson, of Hood Klver,
lj registered at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Johnson, of
Stcelton. fa, are at the Portland.
John L Ilajes. a real estate opera
tor of Victoria. Is at the Cornelius.
J. W. Condon, a merchant of The
tuvlles. is registered at the Carlton.
I McOrrgor. a stockman of North
Powder. Is registered at the Oregon.
SI. Sunerlln. a merchant of Myrtle
Point. Is realstered at the I'erklna.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Brown, of Vic
toria, are registered at the Oregon.
Captain Charles R. Spencer, of White
Salmon. Is registered at the ImperlaJ.
J. W. Johnston. hotelman of Van
couver.' B. c- is registered at the
-I. Humphrey, an Albany merchant.
Is at the Perkins, accompanied by Mrs.
Slias H. Jenkins, a New Tork manu
facturer of raincoats, is stopping; at
E. M. Williams, a merchant of Grants
Pass, ia at the Carlton, accompanied
by Mrs. Williams.
S B. I Penrose, president of Whit
man College of Walla. Walla, Is regis
tered at the Portland.
Kdson Watson, superintendent of the
Klamath Indian Reservation, Is regis
tered at the Imperial.
Ben C. Holt, a wholesale hardware
man of Spokane. Is at the Multnomah,
accompanied by Mrs. Holt.
U A. McCllntock. Klsh sommiMloncr
of Washington, is registered at the
Imperial from White Salmon.
Pr. K. A. I-awbaugh. of Meriden.
Conn., and with large timber Interests
In Oregon, is at the Portland.
R. s. Chapman, manufacturer of fire
lepartmenl supplies st San Francisco,
Is registered at the Multnomah.
CHICAGO. Marco 13. (Special.)
Portland people registered at Chicago
l.otels today as follows: At tho Great
Northern F. M. Crlssel; at the Con
gress Kmorv olmstead
CATHOLICS IIOPK TO DIsrOSK
PrcH-ccds or Sale In Io nto n Iis-trk-ls
to ISoduco Inrlrbtedncss on
Homo for Girls.
To reduce the Indebtedness on SU
Mary's Home for Girls at Oswego,
shamrocks will be sold by women of
every Catholic parish In the city on
Saturday. Ia the downtown district
booths will be established In all the
large ofHce buildings and hotel. The
shamrocks are to be sold at JO cents
In the two previous years $7000 has
been raised, and It Is hopd that a
similar amount will be realised from
Saturday'a sale. There Is still an in
debtedness of H0.OO0 against the Os
wego Institution, which those In charge
are exceedingly anxious to pay off. The
building is a handsome brick structure
overlooking the Willamette River Just
beyond the town of Oswego. There
are now 1:5 girls In the Institution be
tween the ages of and 1. who are
receiving Instruction In domestic
science, domestic arts and gardening,
in addition to the usual academic
At a meeting yesterday of the execu
tive committee In charge of the Tug
day arrangements. 50.000 shamrocks
were distributed among the women who
will supervise the sale. About Tort
women will be engaged. Following Is
a list of seven parishes whose workers
will sell shamrocks Saturday:
Ascension Parish, Third and Yamhill
Mrs. C. Ci. Burns, chairman: Miss
Marlon llolln. secretary: Mrs. James.
Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. Lowthlan. Mrs. Bo'.lu.
Mrs. Hentges. Mrs. Donnelly. Mrs.
Hires. Mrs. Sullivan. Mrs. Jackson.
Mrs. I'feifer. Mrs. Norton. Mrs. Mulnto.
Miss Grace Kldd. Miss Maud Kldd. Miss
Helen Sullivan. Miss Florence Sullivan.
Miss Florence IHmnelly. Miss Marguer
ite O'l-oughlln. Miss Frances O'Brien.
Miss Florence Hughes Miss Ruth Nor
ton. Miss Haiel Burns. Miss l.ucy Turns.
Miss Margaret Madden. Miss Marion
lnnly. Miss McUiln. Miss Catherine
O'Brien. Mrs. O'Brien. Mrs. Walsh.
Holv Cross Parish. Courthouse Mrs.
Tharles H. Horton. chairman: Mrs.
Charles McCoy, secretary: Mrs. P. C.
Illrt. Mrs. Geon. Mrs. Johnson. Miss
Marie H. Horton. Miss Rose Gallagher.
Catherine llalev. Mamie O'Brien. "lara
Schmidt. Cecelia Hoar. Mary Johnston
Tessle Rich. Mary Nasrl. Miss Marshall.
Cathedral Parish. Third and Wash
ington Miss M. McKay, chairman: Mrs.
Maglnnls. secretary; Mrs. Graham. Miss
I. Barrett. Miss Laura lla,lllnsn. Miss
Mamie Collins. Miss Helen MeCuslter.
Miss Hvelvn MrKusker. Miss Bessie
Murphy. Mtsa May O'Connell. Miss M.
Sullivan. Mrs. Marchand. Miss Kdlna
Venator. Mrs. Reldcl. Miss C. Reldcl.
Miss Grace Hirschbuhl. Mrs. John Bar
rett. Mrs. Z. Barrett. Mrs. Marchand.
Mrs. Adams. Mlsa McHlnn.
Cathedral Parish. Fifth and Alder
Miss Eleanor Roe. chairman: Miss Cath
erine Roo. secretary: Miss Kthel Dugan.
Mis Kech, Miss McNally. Mis O'Brien,
Miss Ioyle. Miss Glletone. Miss Demp
sry. Miss O'Brien. Mlsa Conagan. Miss A.
Roel. Mis K. McIVonald. Miss B. Mc
iMnald. Mlsa Marie Fisher. Miss Mar
garet Burke. Miss F.strlle Ingall. Miss
Marv lKy!e. Miss Rose Parent. Miss K.
Keane. Miss M. Gleason. Miss M. Flti
patrlrk. Holy Redeemer Parish. Postortlce
Mrs. James Klwood. chairman: Mrs. F.
X. Ijx poux. secretary: Mr. Ganxenater.
Mrs. J. Brunker. Mr. C. R. Kay. Mlsa
M. Puff. Misses Ixiulse ljk Poux. Helen
lai Poux. Stella 1-eeder. Dorothy leader.
Florence Wilbur, l.llllan Van Netta. H.
Van Netta. France Chomweller. Agnes
la twux. Anna 1 Poux. Marte Beach.
Ruth IeWltt. C. Campbell. Rose El
wood. M. Klwood. F. El wood. I. Taylor.
I.IIMan Praton. I. peWltt. Emma
Schmidt. K. Van Patten. Nellie Shay. F.
Shay. L. PeWltt. Gertrude Hyde.
Sacred Heart Parish. Sixth and Mor
rison Mrs. P. J. McGHI. chairman: Mrs.
K. Krlechlie. secretary: Miss M. 1 Milan,
Miss Mary Mayers. Miss M. Mayers.
Miss Mary Gllroy. Miss Margaret llann.
Miss N. Hann. Miss Alice Hea'.y, Miss K.
Warmouth. Miss A. Pendergast. Miss T.
Schomas. Miss J. Kiel. Miss F. Hager.
Miss M. Polsn. Miss A. Gagge. Miss M.
Hew stan. Miss Mary Dunn. Miss T. Dor
nev. Miss T. Strlener. Ml" L. Cassldy.
Miss Kieanore Mann. Miss Eleanors
Uegner. Miss M. Frledhcff. Miss F. Han
lod. Miss A. Schnr. Miss Mary Weber.
Mrs. C. H. Jones. Mrs. Meyers. Mrs. o.
C. Colhv. Mr. A. Sechter. Mrs. A. Flat
land. Mrs. . Gardner. Mrs. Classic.
Mrs. Kuborin. Mrs. I'ower. Mrs. New
berger. Mrs lalrd.
T. floor ef a lerc Paris theater Is re
versIM. o"e sfa belli, made for dancing
and the o'li.r for carrying the -ata the
whela rcvwIvlRc ea a bonsontal axis.
WOMEN SELL SHAMROCK
OCEAN TRIP PERFECT
275 Passengers on Rose City
IDEAL WEATHER IN NORTH
Voyage From San Pedro to Golden
Gate, Marked by Deluge of Rain
tircaler Than Any Skipper
Had Ever Encountered.
r.lding C33 miles by water, of which
5S5 miles were virtually traveled at
sea because, the distance represents
the run from Snn Francisco to Astoria,
and not missing a meal was the exper
ience of 275 passenger on the steam
er Rose City, which arrived yesterday
afternoon, as vouchsafed for by Cap
tain Mason. Nobody aboard the. boat
wa really seasick.
The skipper told the story without
blinking and offered to produce the
steward's record as further evidence,
but his reputation for truth and ve
racity did not suffer at the hands of
the several people In his cabin who
listened to the description of what ho
6TEAMLR I TI-LXJGtNCB.
Due to Arrive.
Kom city San Pedro. . .. In port
fl.A W V.Amw Can ni..n 1 " Port
Sua H. Elmore. Tillamook Mar. 14
Falcon. .San Kranclsco Mar. IS
Breakwater. ...Coo Hay Mar. 1.
Roanoke Sim Dleeo Mar. is
Kvtrit Ssn Fedro. .. . 'ar. IS
Kansas City. . San Pedro. ... Mar. 'J3
Lucsric Manila Mar. S3
Scheduled to Depart.
Geo. v Elder.
fcu 11. Elmor.
Koanoke. .. . .
5. F. forU A,.
.s. r. for u a..
.San Diego. . . .
. Eureka. .. .
.Coos Hay. . . . .
. Fan Francisco
.Han Pedro. ...
.San Pedro. ...
termed perfect weather. And at that
the trip of the ao.se City through the
southern waters, where the most peace
ful conditions are generally looked for.
was not the best of the Journey by any
means. From the Golden Gate to Port
land the sea was smooth.
"I do not recollect having been In
such a deluge of rain anywhere else
on the coast as we received on the way
from San Pedro to San Francisco," said
Captain Mason. "The storm, for which
Southern California had long been
praying, visited us with a vengeance,
and If the water that fell at sea was
any crlteron. there Is certainly an
abundanco of water In the south for
all Irrigation needs. A we entered San
FrancUco Bay we met the oil-tank
steamer Rosecrans. which was lost
Tuesday north of anta Barbara."
The Rose City had 10 passengers
on the trip from 8an Pedro and while
many left the ship at San Francisco,
she brought 165 passengers here In
the cabin and there were 110 In the
steerage, the latter list Including many
laboring men headed for Northwest
centers to spend the time until Fall,
w'hen they will again be members of
the parties that travel south In the
steerage to Winter In California.
The Hose City carried a large cargo
of merchandise freight to this city.
COKDOVA IHIIXGS IIAKDWAKE
Coast Kirm May Send Ship Hero
Itcgularly AVlth Own Goods.
When the new steamer Cordova
comes from the Atlantic side this sea
son to enter the Alaskan service, she
will carry a cargo consigned to the
Pacific Hardware & Steel Company, to
be discharged at Snn Francisco and
Portland, and in that connection the
company Is arranging to handle Its
heavy shipments In the future by
chartering vessels. Instead of patron
izing the regular lines.
Mall advices received yesterday by
A. K. Sugden. manager of the Portland
branch of the corporation, contained
Information that the. American ship
Fdward Sewall had arrived at San
Francisco from Philadelphia with a full
cargo for the Pacific Hardware & Steel
Company, after a passage of 126 days.
A portion of the freight will be trans
shipped to Portland. It was the first
Instance In which a Coast mercantile
firm engaged a vessel for Its Individual
use. The Cordova v.lll have 2'.no tons
and if the business grows as Is expected
the company may establish n regular
line with the opening of the canal. It
has been a heavy patron of the Cali
fornia & Atlantic service, but higher
rates on the Isthmian Railroad and tho
fact the transportation of tonnage over
the line Is limited, lias prompted the
charter of carriers.
MACC.KNX MARES SEA ANCHOR
Skipper of Tlrrakuater Says It Can
He fsed as Jury Rudder.
No sooner did Captain Macgenn, of
the steamer Breakwater, olw.aln an
American patent on a bell buoy, with
a rudder attachment that will hold it
In an upright position In spite of tidal
Influence, than he set to work on an
other convenience for the mariners, an
Improved sea anchor combined with a
Captain Macgenn will send the lat
est Invention to San Francisco next
week to solicit criticism, and as 111
deepwater vessels are compelled to carry
sea anchors, he expects to have his
plan generally appreciated. Instead of
having a canvas sack suspended from a
circular Iron support, as the present
sea anchor Is fashioned. Captain Mac
genn used two wooden pieces fhat are
crossed so as to form a substantial
brace for the canvas bag. which la also
protected against breaking with the
strain when fltled by a strong net on
the outside. The ends of tho cross
pieces are connected by chains to which
the canvas bag is attached. When to be
used a a Jury rudder the center of the
cross is covered with planks and by
means of a bridle rigged astern, with
line running to amidships on the port
and starboard sides, the rudder can be
ANOTHER TANKER IS NEED Ell
I,os of Rosecrans Ieaves Associated
OH Meet SlKrt.
Indefinite plans nursed by the Asso
ciated oil Company to Increase Its
list of modern tank steamers when
the Northwest Coast trade would
Justify the outlay, will no doubt bo
crystallised now because of the loss of
the tanker Rosecrans Monday. 10 miles
north of Santa Barbara. It has been
the company's system to name its new
vessels in honor of presidents or tne
corporation and they Included the W.
S. Torter, J. A. Chanslor and W. F.
The Rosecrans was purchased from
the Government after she was no
longer needed as a transport. Her
last service for the L'ntted States
Quartermaster Pepartment was be
tween Puget Sound and Alaska. The
vessel first took the water In 1S83 at
Glasgow and was christened Methven
Castle, being under the British flag.
After her first sale she was renamed
the Columbia, but retained her British
registry. On her second transfer sho
was given an American registry but
held the same name and on being taken
over by the Government was given the
cognomen of Rosecrans.
As the tanker Catania is under char
ter to the Cnlon Oil Company for a
period of six months she is not now
available for the Associated's use.
SCHOONERS TO CARRY CARGO
Elmore Gasoline Vessels I'lnccd on
K. Elmore & Co.. operating the
steamer Suo H. Elmore to Tillamook
and tho gasoline schooners Patpy and
Tillamook, have decided not to carry
passengers on the schooners, though
when they were built last year at North
Bend It was with the expectation that
they would bid for live cargo also.
The completion of the rail line con
necting Portland with Tillamook
caused a big reduction In passenger
travel by water, and, with tho ex
ception of Coos Bay. there Is no heavy
movement on the Oregon Coast south
The Patsy is due here today and
will sail tomorrow for Newport and
the Sluslaw on her first voyage of a
weekly schedule arranged. She has
plied largely from Astoria to Coast
harbors since being turned over to her
owners. The Tillamook will sail every
eight days for points as far as Bandon
and tho Elmore will continue on the
weekly schedule to Tillamook. As
Jetty work Is to be carried on this
year at the mouth of the Sluslaw
and the construction of the Eugene
Coos Bay lino of the Southern Pacific
may draw large' shipments of heavy
material, it is felt that there is a
busy season prospective and plenty to
keep the fleet going.
Willamette "V" V. M. C. A. Elects.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, Salem.
Or.. March 13. (Special.) The Wil
lamette University Young Men's Chris
tian Association held their annual elec
tion of officers here today. A great
deal of Interest was manifest and a
spirited contest resulted, a big vote
being polled. Carl Hollincsworth was
chosen president: Taul 1 Ionian, vice
president: Stanford Moore, recording
secretary; George Vandewert corre
sponding secretary; Mcrwyn Paget,
Steamer Has to "Crawfish" liar.
WOOPLAN'P. Wash., March 13.
(Special.) The steamer Modoc. Captain
Exon, made tho trip Into Woodland
yesterday on the lowest water that has
ever been traveled over by as largu
a boat as the Modoc. The Modoc Is
the property of the Lewis Klver Navi
gation Company and draws about three
feet of water, but reached Woodland
when there was only about two feet
on Bratton bar, but had to "crawfish"
Damage Case Drugs.
EUGENE. Or.. March 13. (Special.)
In the suit of W. S. Plank against W.
P Mor.se. a local capitaliwt. for 110,000
for the alienation of Mrs. Plank's af
fections, only part of the Jury was se
cured this afternoon.
Major Mclndoe has decided to place
the Government snagboat Mathloma In
service April 1, and she will remove
drift and like obstructions from tho
Willamette from Portland south to In
dependence. With 1.000.000 feet of lumber the
steamer Klamath cleared yesterday for
San Ulego. and will sail Saturday. The
Gorman ship Thlelhek entered from
Santa Rosalia In ballast. and the
schooner Honoipu from Santa Barbara
Frltx Pe Rock, a Portland diver, will
Join wreckers aboard the. steaver Shav
er, this morning, to proceed to a point
below Kalatna. where the boiler and
water tank of the wrecked steamer
Sarah Dixon have been located. They
will be raised and brought here.
Inspector Beck, of the Seventeenth
Lighthouse District, issued orders yes
terday for the tender Columbine to
proceed here from Astoria to undergo
repairs, and a contract for the work
will probably be signed today with the
Albina Engine & Machine Works.
Major Mclndoe, Corps of Engineers.
U. S. A., will open bids April 13 for
the sale of the hull of the old tug
Geo. II. Mendell. The vessel was
stripped at Supple s yards, where a new
tug of the same name Is under con
struction, and It Is desired to dispose
of the abandoned hull.
Documents were Issued yesterday for
the steamer Cascades of the Shaver
fleet, which will be placed in commis
sion again after having a new hull and
being generally overhauled. The steam
er Ottawa has resumed service, with
the Diamond O fleet after 'a lengthy
period of idleness.
Two of the North Pacific s-teamship
Company's fleet entered the river yes
terday afternoon, the steamer Alliance,
coming from Eureka and Coos Bay, and
the steamer Geo. W. Elder, from San
Diego and other California harbors.
Both sail on the return Saturday.
In tow of the steamer Ocklahama the
schooner Honoipu arrived up yesterday
and berthed at the dock of the North
Pacific Lumber Company, where she
will work cargo. The schooner Kona,
which finished discharging FIJI hard
wood at Banfleld's dock, is loadins
lumber at St Helens for Noumea.
W. K. Grace & Company, which oper
ates a fleet of Its own vessels and
manv others under charter, have con-
Turn the rascals out the headache, the biliousness, the indigestion, the
sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight and keep them out
UDon"puTln another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse and regulate
your stomach- remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and that
misery-making gas: take the excees bile from your liver and carry off the
decomposed waste matter and poison from the Intestines and bowels. Then
you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box means
a clear head and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget the children.
s- 10 CentS. -Nerer ffripa or sicken.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.
THE Blue Ribbon on every bottle
is your guide a mark of quality
an identification of the world's best beer.
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a glance that it is clean and pure.
Doat delay, don't f orget-order a case today. Phone or write
69-71 Sixth St. Fh7oZJu8i 480 Portland, Ore.
trart"d with William Cramp & Sons,
of Philadelphia, for the construction of
a 10.000-ton steI steamer, the first
owned by that concern to be operated
under an American register. The
steamers at present owned fly the
British and Norwegian flas. The lat
est charters made by Orace & Company
are for the barkentfnes Chehalia and
Echo to load on Grays Harbor for the
West Coast. .
Movements of Vesel.
PORTLAND. March 13. Arrived Steam
er Hose City, from Ran Pedro and San
Francisco ; schooner Honoipu. from Kan la
Barbara; atwimer Capco, from Pan Fran
rliico; steamer Alliance, from Eureka and
oob Hay: steamer Geo. W. Elder, from
San Dlexo and way ports. Sailed Steam
er Kreakwater. for Coos Bay.
itnrin Mrch 13. Condition
mouth of the river at 0 P. M., smooth:
wind, southeast, v miles; weather, clear.
Ift up at midnight Schooner Honoipu.
A rnved at 7 and left up at 9 A- M-
Steam r Itose City, from San Pedro and
San Francisco. Sailed at 7:30 A. M.
Steamer Oleum, for Port San Luis. Ar
rived at 7:30 and left up at 8:S0 A. M.
Steamer Casco. from San Francisco. Sailed
T.i a i Kt.mfr Kansas City, for
Wan Francisco and San Pedro. Arrived at j
1-S0 and left up at 4:15 P. M. Steamer
tiii.nro from Kureka and Coos Bay. Ar
rived at 4:40 P. M- and left up. Steamer j
Geo. W. Kiaer, irom
San Dteffo and way
Ban Francisco. March 13.
A. M Norwegian steamer
Arrived at T
Portland, for Manzanillo.
A. M. Steamer Maverick.
Arrived at It
Sailed at 11 A. M. Schooner yv .
bot. for Columbia River; at noon-
H. Tal- ;
To Have Lustrous Hair
and Rosy Complexion
An excellent way to make the hair j
brifrht. .ilky anr fluffy is to shampoo ;
ubont twi'-r a month with a teaspoonful j
of rantlirox dissolves! in a cup of hot ;
water. This jspm3 to be a natural i
tonic for the hair, as it cleanses per
fectly, dissolves dandruff and leaves the
rcalp refreshed and in a healthy condi
tion. The hair will dry quickly and.
evenly without streaking.
Women who admire a rosy, youthful
looking complexion will find an un
equaled beautifier in a lotion made
with 4 ounces of spurmax . dissolved in
Vi pint witch hazel (or hot water) with
2 teaspoonfuls glycerine added. This
lotion does not show or rub off as
easily as powder, and Is splendid for
taking away that shiny, oily, sallow
look to the skin. It keeps the skin
smooth, velvety and free from chap
ping. Adv. "
for Mistake Clean and Pure
St camera Hornet, from Everett; Jason, from
Portland: Newbury, from Wtllapa; bark An
tiope. from Newcastle, Australia; schooners
Forest Home, from Bellingham ; Roy Som
er.s, from Grays Harbor. Sailed Steamers
San Jose, for Ancon; Falcon, for Portland;
WUhelmlna. for Honolulu: Wlllapa. Coro
nado, Shoshone, for Grays Harbor; Buck
man, Washtenaw, for Seattle; Virginian, for
Honolulu via Seattle anil Tacotna; schoon
er W. II. Talbot, for Portland.
Kio Janeiro. March JO. Arrived Crown of
Galicla. from San Francisco.
Ravmond. Wash.. March -J3. Departed
Steamers Doris and Carmel.
Yokohama. March 13. Arrived previously
Canada Maru. from Tacoma; Korea, from
Valparaiso. March 9. Arrived Abyssinia,
from Antwerp, for San Franrlsco.
Hongkon. March 111. Arrived previously
Chicaso Maru. from Tacoma: Persia, from
Point Lobos. March 13. Passed at S A. M.
Steamer Thos. L. Wand, from Portland,
for San Dieyo. '
Jefferiin. from Skagway; Delhi, from
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Southeastern Alaska. Sailed Steamei
Isthmian, for San Francisco.
Bandon. March 13. Sailed Gasoiini
schooner Tillamook, for Portland.
Tides t Astoria Thursday.
Hljjh -water. Low water.
0:4." A. M...7.1 fert 14:20 A. M....4.4 feel
11:10 P. M...-C.G fret '4: 10 P. M 0.9 feet
Cathlamet Plans Improvements.
CATHLAMET, Wash., March 13, Al
the meeting of the Council last night
steps were taken looking to extensive
civic improvements. An ordinance
providing for the establishment of a
sewer district was passed to the third
reading and resolutions were adopted
providing for an extension of the water
system, the ptirchase of a lot in the cen
ter of the city as the future site of a
town hall, and the building of side-
1 walks on T'na avenue.