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THE MORNING OREGONIAN TUESDAY. SEPTE3IBER 30, 1913:
'FLAGSHIP" OF SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND FLEET, LOSES EARLY ARRIVAL
RECORD TO SISTER SHIP, THE "BULLDOG."
BY SPEEDY WORK
Low Rates East
Bulldog of Fleet Will Carry
Flag Denoting Record for
SUMMER SCHEDULE AT END
Captain Xopandcr Widely Congratu
lated on Reaching Portland at
10: It Carrying Tsual Cargo
and 2C5 Cabin Passengers.
Terminating the Summer season yes
torday the steamer Bear came Into the
harbor at 10:11 o clocK In tne morn
ng, lowering her own record for early
arriving by II minutes. She reported
from San Francisco August 30 at 10:24
o-clock. which clipped 21 minutes off
the best previous time made Dy t.ie
Beaver, but September 9 the latter was
only a few minutes behind the Bear's
time at the flour mill, where the
count 1 made.
The Beaver sailed yesterday at 9
o"clock on her last voyage for the tea
son under the Summer card and as the
Bear was reported to have left As
toria at 2:50 o'clock it was fully ex
pected that she would reach Ainsworth
dock before the Beaver slipped her
linerf, but fog was encountered at As
toria and It continued until the ship
was In the harbor, though she passed
St. Helena at 8 o'clock.
Beaver Officer bloomy.
Aboard the Beaver was a gloomy of
ficial family. The ship had teld the
best time for speed and earl7 arrival
so long that It was a bitter pill to
swallow, when everything appeared
favorable for the Bear taking the pen
nant. At 9:08 o'clock the Beaver was
away from the dock with the Bear not
in sight, so her officers were saved
the humiliation of being caught at the
berth. But even the 1915 Fair pen
nant, customarily flown at the mast-head
of the Beaver, failed to reach the
trucks and she left the harbor admit
ting defeat her banner being at half
mast. Captain Mason, master of the Beaver,
which has been known as the "flag
ship" so long, was made the object of
numerous gibes from friends on the
dock, but consoled hlmseif that the
Beaver yet holds the record for the
fastest time from Han ITancisco, 4
hours and .IS minutes.
Bear Crew Joyful.
Captain N'opander and other officers
of the Bear were as Joyful as a crowd
of undergraduates as the "Bulldog" of
the fleet hauled alongside the dock
and the first line was ashore at 10:30
o'clock. Had it not been for fog there
would have been two of the 'Big
Three" liners In port at the same time.
V. D. Wells, general agent for the
San Francisco & Portland fleet, con
gratulated Captain N'opander on his
early arrival and it is understood that
before the ship sails presentation of a
"flagship" pennant will be made, which
will pass to the Beaver If fc.'ie lowers
the time of arrival.
The Bear had the usual northbound
cargo and 225 cabin passengers, there
being a slight falling off in first-class
travel with the opening of Fall. She
will sail at 4 P. JT. October 3.
CARDIGAVSHinE IS BIG SHIP
nr Royal Mail Liner of 14.000
Tons and 300 Feet Long.
Late additions to the schedule of the
Royal Mail fleet operating to the Coast
from Europe include the departure of
the new steamer Cardiganshire, from
Ixndon. December 20. She is of the 14,-
000-ton class, and was launched recent
ly. The vessel has a length of BOO feet
and Is reputed the latest In cargo ships,
being equipped with the most modern
gear for handling freight. Two others
of the same type are to be finished in
December and January. The Mon
mouthshire leaves London October 25
and the Glenroy November 22.
The next to reach here in that serv
ice will be the Den of Cromble, which
Is on Puget Sound and will proceed
south this week. Movements of others
in the fleet are as follows:
Vestalia. sailed for lokohnma from
Seattle September 16; Den of Ruthven,
sailed from Portland for Moil. Septem
ber 26; Den of Cromble, arrived Van
couver from Yokohama, September 25;
Pen of Clamls, sailed from Manila for
A'lctoria. via Japan, September 2t; In
dramayo, sailed Trom Seattle for Yo
kohama, September 26.
SrBLRrVE TJELLS IXCRE.VSED
r.rlU.ih Columbia Adopts Peep Sea
Kight more submarine signal bells are
to be installed on the Coast at points not
dot-ignated. according to P. A. Richards,
wlni supervises the work of placing the
bells In this district, the most recent
of which was on the Mammoth buoy off
Vox Rock, Orford Reef. Henry L. Beck,
Inspector of the Seventeenth Light
house District, receives frequent re
ports from shipmasters concerning the
big buoy, and so far is pleased with the
operation of the bell.
British Columbia officials are said to
have taken steps to have a bell placed
on the Sandhead light vessel, anchored
off Frazer River. In the Georgia
Straits. With more bells working on
the American coast and receiving ap
paratus more generally used, for lo
cating them In thick weather, most
vessels will be safeguarded. At pres
ent the equipment Is confined to the
larger passenger steamers.
THREE SAILERS REACH PORT
Lord Tcmpleton and JIarresthade In
Ballast and Billings Has Coal.
Three offshore windjammers reported
In the river for 24 hours ending yester
day. The British ship Lord Templeton
arrived Sunday to load lumber for Syd
ney In the Interest of Hind, Rolph &
Co. She came here from San Francisco
and was 15 days on the way. The Ger
man ship Harvesthude came In from
Mazatlan Sunday evening. She is under
engagement to M. -H. Houser to load
grain for the United Kingdom.
The schooner Geo. E. Billings arrived
from Newcastle, Australia, yesterday
and according to reports received will
discharge a coal cargo at Astoria and
proceed here to load lumber. She left
the Australian harbor July 22. The
British ship Glenesslln, hailing from
Santos, is looked for next among the
sailers and a continuance of southerly
weather Is being counted on to help
several up the coast.
SHAVER LIXE GETS DAMAGES
Federal Court Gives Judgment for
Loss of Steamer Henderson.
Marine men were deeply Interested
in a decision made public yesterday In
on action growing out of a collision
near Puget Island the night of July
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2, 1911. between the steamer M. F.
Henderson, towing Barge No. S3, of the
Standard Oil fleet, bound here, and the
ug Samson, having In tow loaded rock
barges for Fort Stevens. In which the
Shaver Transportation Company, own
er of the Henderson, was awarded J30,-
S70.75. The Henderson was virtually
total loss. Judge Cushman, of Ta-
coma, who was called to hear the case
In the Federal Court : here, rendered
The Shaver Interests brought suit
gainst the Columbia Contract Com
pany, owning the Samson and barges,
also the Standard Oil Company. The
Barge No. 93 was In charge of a pilot
employed by the Standard Oil Company
and the course of the Henderson In
towing the barge was directed by him.
The accident reduced the Shaver fleet
by one steamer until the new Hender
son could be constructed, but the court
did not allow for the loss of time. The
Henderson was valued at 140,000 and
was rated the most powerful of the
BUOVS REPLACED OS L'JIPQUA
Lights Re-established on Middle and
Mariners are advised from the office
of Henry L. Beck, inspector of the 17th
Lighthouse District, of the following
changes in navigation aids:
Umpqua River The following buoys, here
tofore reported as out ot position, were re
placed September IS: Outer buoy. PS., second-class
can; inside bar buoy, PS., second-
class nun. , .
Columbia River The following lights,
heretofore reported aa temporarily discon
tinued or moved, have been re-eatabllehed:
Bayview, Martin Island, Martin Island.
Chanel, Hood Bar, Multnomah Falls.
The following llnhta were again placed In
commission: Cascade IxJCks. upper, (Septem
ber 1; Wind Itlver. September 12.
Captain II. C. Nelson, master of the
steamer Breakwater during the illness
of Captain Macgenn. says the latter
has so far recovered that he expects
to make but one more voyage in the
ship to Coos Bay.
Captain John Roberts, of the steamer
Yucatan says weather conditions out
side were fair. He remarked yester
day that he reported to one of the bar
tugs that a squarerigged vessel was
15 miles southwest of Tillamook Rock
when he passed her. yet the tug headed
for her at once. He Bays there are few
ports In the world where tugs will
make such a run to assist a wind
Hugh Brady, municipal grappler, has
attained such fame that a request was
made yesterday for him to proceed to
American Lake. Wash., and endeavor
to locate the body of a young man
drowned there Sunday.
After diarharging cargo here the
steamer F. H. Leggett sailed last night
for Seattle to load for San Francisco.
Harbormaster Speler complained to
the Custom-House authorities yester
day that when his men were patrolling
the harbor Sunday night they met the
steamer Metlako towing a raft of loga
without lights aboard and only one
lantern showing on the raft, and that
was on the after end. The Metlako
was ordered to tie up and display the
requisite Illuminations before proceed
ing through the harbor.
Movements of Vessels.
cnpTiivn Sent. 29. Arrived Steamer
Bear. fromLo Angeles and San Francisco:
steamers Klamath and Saginaw, from San
Francisco. taea awamer r. m. bp..
for Seattle: steamer Beaver, for ban itn
tisco and Los Angeles.
Astoria, sept. -v. - -
a steamer Hear from Ml"
v-..... .nri San Pedro. Arrived at 6:B0
and left up at 8 A. M., steamer Klamath,
from San Francisco. Sailed at la noon
steamer St. Helens, for Honolulu. Arrived
at 2 P M.. schooner Oeo. E. Billings, from
Newcastle. Arrived down at 4:10 and sailed
at .van P. M.. steamer Beaver, lor San
Francisco and San Pedro. ......
San Francisco. Sept. 2!. Arrived at 1 A.
M.. steamer Olympic, from Portland.
I.evuka. Sept. 2s. Arrived Schooner No
komls. from Portland. , ,.
Monterev. Sept. 2S. Sailed at 6 A. M.,
steamer W. S. Porter, for Portland.
San Francisco. Sept. 28. Arrived at 4 P.
M., steamer Multnomah, from Portland. Ar
rived, steamer EI Segundo, towing barge
No. 91, from Portland.
Astoria. Sept. 28 Arrived t 7:2 P. M..
British ship Lord Templeton, from Ban
Francisco. Arrived at 9 and left up at 10
P. M.. steamer Saginaw, from San Fran
cisco. Arrived at 9:S0 P. M., German ship
Harvesthude, from Mazatlan.
Raymond. Wash.. Sept. 29. (Special.)
Arrived September 2S. steamer Avalon at
P. M., from San Francisco; September 211.
passenger steam schooner Santa Monica, at
11 A. 'M., from San Francisco. Ieparted
September 2S. steamer Qulnault, for San
Francisco, 8 A. M.
Hongkong. Sept. SO. Arrived Steamer
Siberia, from San Francisco.
Singapore. Sept. 2. Arrived previously
Steamer Talthybtus, from Tacoma, for Liver
pool. Hongkong. Sept. 20. Arrived previously,
steamer Seattle Maru, from Tacoma via
Newcastle. N. S. TT.. Sept. 20. Sailed
Steamer Hawkhead. for San Francisco.
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 29. Arrived Steam
ers Goveitior, from San TJIego: Buekman.
from San Frn'Ms'o. Sailed Steamers Min
nesota, for Yokohama.
San Francisco. Sept. 29. Arrived Steam
ers Olvmplc. from Astoria: Claremont. from
Willapa: 'Wlllapa. from Seattle; schooner
Annie Johnson, from Mahukona. Sailed.
Steamers San Jacinto, for Hoquiam; Ashta
bula (British), for Ptsagua.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
0:SO A. V .S feet':r.2 A. M 0.4 foot
0:49 P. M 9.3 feetl7:21 P. M -0.2 foot
OLD" CASE REVIVED
Jean Clark Holton Sued for
Divorce by Wife Number 1.
FRAUD IS AMONG CHARGES
Return of Property, Declared Un
knowingly Deeded to Husband,
Also Sought In Suit Denial of
Accusation Is Made.
After securing a divorce from his
wife, Mrs. Josephine B. Holton, the de
cree for which was later annulled by
the Oregon Supreme Court, Frank Hol
ton Is now defendant In a similar action
brought by Mrs. Holton. Jean Clark
Holton, the second wife of Holton, Is
also defendant In the action brought
by Mrs. Holton No. 1. Mrs. Holton is
suing for divorce, for the custody of
their 4-year-old child and for the re
turn of property which she deeded to
him, she says In her complaint, without
Due to Arrive.
Name. From. Date.
Breakwater. ...Coos Bay..... In port
Bue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... In port
Yucatan .San LMego. . . . In port
Bear Los Angeles. . In port
Alliance Eureka Oct 3
Rose City San Pedro. . . . Oct. 4
Roanoko. ..... .San Diego. ... Oct. 5
Beaver Los Angelea. . Oct. 9
Name. For. . Date.
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. . . .Sept. 30
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay Sept. 0
Harvard 6. F. to U A.. Oct. 1
Yucatan. ..... .Son Francisco Oct. 1
Yosemlte San Diego. ... Oct. 1
Carlos Los Angeles. . Oct. 1
Yosemlte San Dlcgo. . . . Oct. 1
Klamath San Diego. ... Oct. 8
Yale S. F. to L. A.. Oct. 3
Bear Los Angeles. . Oct. 8
Alliance...... .Coos Bay Oct. S
Rose City Los Angeles. . Oct. 8
Roanoke : -San Diego. ... Occ. 8
Beaver Loa Angeles. .Out. 13
European end Oriental Service.
Vrkermark. . . . Hamburg. . .
Den of Cromble London
C Ferd Laelss. Manila. .... .
Den of Olamts. London
Andalusia Hamburg. ..
Slthonla Hamburg. . .
. Oct 1
, Nov. 8
. Dec. 4
. Dec. 81
Den of Alrlle. . .London Jan
MonmouthBhlreLondon. . . . Fab.
Name. For. Date.
Uekermsrk. . . . Kamburff. . . Oct. 8
Den of Cromble London Oct. 10
C. Ferd Laelss. Manila. ... ...Nov, 8
Den of Glamii. London Nov. 18
Andalusia Hamburg.... Dec. 10
Slthonia Hamburg. ... Jan. 7
Den of Alrlle London Jan. 12
MonmouthBhlreLondon Feb. 10
To Salem and Return
Via OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY
6:10 A. M.,
P. M., 6:00
knowledge of the effect of the papers
she was signing.
Mrs. Holton charges In her complaint
that she was tricked into allowing the
divorce to be obtained In a suit filed
in the Washington County Court in
1910. and in his opinion declaring the
proceedings void the Supreme Court
Justice refers to the collusion by which
the procedings were obtained.
Holton denies all charges of fraud in
securing the divorce decree and in se
curing his wife's signature to the deeds.
Mrs. Holton says that she never re
ceived any notice of service In the di
vorce proceedings, and though she
knew her husband was going to secure
a divorce she submitted under his rep
resentations that a divorce was neces
sary to change his name and legalize
the name of their child.
Holton, whose former name was Sed
gast, married his first wife, formerly
Miss Josephine Krebs, sister of the Ore-
eon hoDerower. January 4, lUb, at van
couver. Wash. In February, 1910, he
filed divorce proceedings in the Cir
cuit Court of Washington County,
Judge J. IT. Campbell granting the di
vorce the latter part or tne montn. tn
December of the same year Holton
married Jean Clark.
In May, 1911. Holton discovered that
an error had been made in the divorce
Droceedings and attempted to have the
complaint amended by changing the
word defendant to plaintiff, wnicn
change was necessary to make the di
vorce valid. Judge Campbell allowed
the amendment, but on appeal the Ore
gon Supreme Court overruled Judge
Campbell, declaring the divorce pro
ceedings void. Six months prior to the
decision by the Supreme Court Holton
had married Miss Clark, who subse
quently secured a divore from him.
Mrs. Cordelia Krebs, mother of the
nlalntiff: Mrs. M. M. Matson, a sister;
Conrad Krebs. brother, and Mrs Mary
Monks testified yesterday on behalf of
the Dlaintiff and the defendant had
Walter O. Hayes, Louis Sedgast, H. T.
J. Nlckres, Mrs. Ada Nickles, E. J.
Davidson. J. S. Birrel and w. R. Pat
terson on the stand. The case will be
resumed in Judge Cleeton's court this
BOY ESCAPES CLAD AS GIRL
Incorrigible Lawrence Black Leaves
Eraser Home Once More.
Juvenile Court officials have been
searching vainly for Lawrence Black,
aged 12 years, who disappeared from
the Fraser Home more than a week
ago. When he left the Home he was
clad In girl's clothes. He Is known to
have gone first to the home of his par
ents at 1057 East Alder street, and
changed his attire. Since that time no
clows to his whereabouts have been
found. His mother is worried, fearing
that harm has come to him.
Lawrence is a well-known character
In Juvenile Court circles. He is con
tinually running away from home, but
at no previous time has his absence
been as long as this. The tlrst time lie
got away from the Fraser Home he
was found and dressed in girl's clothes,
the officials thinking that he would not
leave in that attire.
Juvenile Court officers say that lie
has always a new excuse when found
and believe that he has applied to some
one for assistance, told a pitiful story,
and been taken Into some home. He
told the court officers first that he had
no parents. This the officers found to
Ten Trains each way daily. Leave North Bank Depot.
7:30 A. M., 8:20 A. M., 10:40 A. M., 2:05 P. M., 3:40 P. M., 4:40
P. M., 9:10 P. M. and 11:45 P.M. (Jefferson Street 20 minutes later.)
Stark, Tenth and Stark, Tenth and Morrison, North Bank Depot,
Jefferson Street Depot.
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be a falsehood. Next he told them that
his parents had moved and he could not
SCH1EWE THROWING ROCK
Man Who Married Whole Family
Month Ago Explains Actions.
Adolph Schlewe married a family
several months ago, a widow and nearly
dozen children. Since then he has
been constantly In court on various
charges preferred by his wife, Hermina.
He was in Municipal Court yesterday
on a charge of throwing rocks through
the window of his wife s home on Mary
land avenue. He explained that the
house was his and he broke the win
dow with a rock to gain entrance after
his wife had locked tne aoor against
him. The judge continued the case in
Schiewe recently passed o nays in
jail, after the judge had offered to re
lease him If he would go DacK ana live
with his wife. Schiewe said he pre
ferred the sentence. While he was
serving it he collected the rents of a
number of houses he owns through the
In Any Form of Blood
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An astonishing record of serious blood
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The symptoms are fever, thirst, excit
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Many people who act nastily from vio
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ST. LOUIS 70.00
KANSAS CITY 60.00
Also to many important Eastern Cities ; jjocd all Summer with
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High Class Through Trains
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED:
To Chicago via Great Northern-Burlington Electri 8
lighted observation car through train, with all classes of
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MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LIMITED:
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via Northern Pacific-Burlington Electric lighted through
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10O Third Street. Portland. Or.
37 PERFECTLY APPOINTED DI.M.VG CARS IS Bin
Block Protected Trains '
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action has been filed by both sides of
the Schiewe family.
- Henry F. l'latt Is Sentenced.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 29. Henry P.
Piatt, assistant cashier of the California-Pacific
Title & Trust Company, was
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sentenced to two years' imprisonment
He confessed to defalcations approxi
mating $30,000. His wife collapsed and
had to be carried from the courtroom.
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fares, train service, etc., call on or
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Dist. Fit. A Pu. Agent
E. M. Taylor
City Pas. Agent
MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RY.
Third ar.d Stark Streets
AND ALL POINTS NORTH
One Night Train
Standard and Tourist Sleeping
Raymond, South Bend
Two trains daily
morning & afternoon
On sale daily,
September 25 to October 10.
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ns deliver them
St. Phones Main 214, A 1244
G. P. A.. Portland, Or.