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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY. APRIL 21, 1914.
BASCULE OR SWING
DRAWS DECIDED ON
Portland's Building Directory
LARGEST OIL TANK VESSEL; FLYING STARS AND STRIPES REACHES HARBOR WITH FIRST CALI-
Stock Exchange Building:.
Lifts, With Limited Clearance,
Are Not to Be Built on
Seventh Brigade May Go to
California - Mexican
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HEARING IS CONDUCTED
GENERAL POTTS MAY STAY
ARMY MEN ON QUI
VIVE AT BARRACKS
7 UO '-A
Business Men and Master of Bark
Tell Their Views to Major Mor
row Final Choice Depends
on Officer's Suggestion.
There will be no lift draws on the
main crossing or approaches of the
Interstate bridge to connect Oregon
ana Washington at Vancouver, and
whether a bascule or "Jacknife" type
or the common swing draw is adopted
will depend on the recommendation of
Major J. J. Morrow, Corps of Engi
neers, United States Army, before
whom a public hearing was conducted
Of several written statements re
ceived not one favored a lift draw
and those making oral statements be
fore Major Morrow were emphatic in
their objection to that pattern, arguing
that the vertical clearance for vessels
should be unlimited. Leters were re
ceived from the Northwest Steel Com
pany. Captain Goudey, master of the
British bark Hlnemoa, owners of which
were placed at considerable expense
to lower ' her topmasts here so she
could proceed beneath the lift draw
of the Hawthorne-avenue bridge on the
occasion of her last visit; R. C "Wright,
the , Portland Chamber of Commerce,
nd'P. M. Elwell, of Vancouver, Wash.
Another letter was from the Secretary
of War to United States Senator
Chamberlain on the matter of vertical
C. C. Colt Make Protest.
C. C. Colt, manager of the Union
Meat Company, whose principal in
terest is in the approach to the main
bridge that will span North Portland
harbor, said he objects to the plan to
make that section of the crossing a
fixed span at first. It Is provided that
if the need developed a draw would
later be installed. He asserted that a
draw should be provided at first and
called attention to the fact the draw
In the North Bank bridge over North
Portland harbcr had a clearance of
only 80 feet and In the new bridge le
contended it should not be less than
125 feet. Regarding the Hayden Island
fill. Mr. Colt declared that it should be
made as permanent as possible to pre
vent it being washed out during
J. P. Bowles, of the Northwest Steel
Company, said that corporation was
Interested in 400 acres of land located
above the bridge site, and he and as
sociates favored unlimited clearance In
f. B. Lobcr Also Speaks,
J. B. Laber also spoke of an interest
in a similar tract of land and went on
record for unlimited clearance. He
likewise favored an horizontal clear
ance of 125 feet for the draw In the
North Portland harbor section.
Major Morrow asfeed those present
If there would be an objection to a
bascule draw with a width between
piers of 250 feet and a clearance be
tween the leaves of the draw when
raised of 200 feet, to which there was
no dissent. A swing draw with 200
feet clearance on each side, with the
center pier and drawrest 60 feet wide,
also was said to be satisfactory. To a
question whether the location was
permanent Major Mororw said that
phase was not to be considered, only
navigation details being up, and that
the location could not be considered
permanent until the War Department
had acted on the application for a
FIRE ABOAKD STEAMER WAND
Qulnault Completes First Round
Voyage to Alaskan Ports.
Information from San Francisco is
that a small Are broke out aboard the
steamer Thomas L. Wand, of the Portland-Alaska
fleet, when she was lying
,at the seawall there Friday, the blaze
being confined to the engine-room, and
was extinguished without damage. The
vessel had loaded San Francisco cargo
at Seattle on ber return from Alaska
so all of the fleet would not be in
Portland about the same time. The
Wand is due to sail from here April 29
The steamer Quinault was in port
yesterday on the conclusion of her first
voyage to Skagway and way ports. On
the return she discharged passengers
at Seattle and proceeded to Grays Har
bor to load box shooks for Astoria and
Portland, also bringing salmon and
general cargo here. Captain Morgan
win start tne vessel on her return to
morrow night, and hereafter there will
toe a steamer leaving Portland every
XATAJj COMES FROM EUROPE
Lord Lonsdale Goes Xortli to Deliver
t Last of Her Cargo.
Bast Asiastie line officials have ad
vised Alfred Tucker, Portland agent
for the fleet, that the new steamer
Natal will be placed on the berth for
June loading at European ports and
that Portland cargo will be accepted.
The ship should be here in September,
or sooner if the Panama Canal route is
used. The Natal follows the steamer
Transvaal, which is on the berth for
The Lord Lonsdale, of the same fleet,
which began discharging at Municipal
Dock No. 1 Wednesday afternoon, fin
ished at the plant of the Northwest
Steel Company at noon yesterday and
early in the afternoon left for sea. She
proceeds to Vancouver, B. C, to com
plete unloading, and takes on lumber
at Bellingham and Everett for China
under charter to the Dollar Steamship
WAR RISKS BEING QUOTED
Action of Uncle Sam May Shift to
War risks were quoted yesterday at
the rate of Hi per cent on shipments
aboard vessels for or passing through
Mexican territory where operations re
sulting from the step taken by the
. Vnited States toward capturing Tampt
co and Vera Cruz might imperil the
safety of property. Since it was an
nounced from Washington that repara
tion would be demanded for the arrest
of American sailors by the Mexican
federals, the Question of war risks has
Exporters say that during the Rub
sian-Japanese war risks advanced to 4
and 5 per cent, so the early quotation
of m per cent is taken to indicate in
surance interests do not regard the
danger to cargo grave as yet. Ship
ments from Portland to be affected
principally are those handled by the
American-Hawaiian that move across
STEAMER FRANK II. BUCK.
While the Associated Oil Company makes regular additions to its fleet to keep pace with the growing
use of fuel oil in this territory, and each new ship is the latest of its class, in the tanker Frank H. Buck,
which arrived at Linnton yesterday on her maiden voyage, is said by mariners to be embodied the most
modern equipment for handling cargo and the latest appointments for the comfort of the crew. The ves
sel had approximately 60,000 barrels of oil in her tanks, which is close to her capacity. Captain Mac
Donald, last here as master of the W. H. Herrin, brought the Buck up the Coast from Monterey and will
remain commander of the flagship.
Mexico via the Tehuantepec route, be
cause, it is said, the east coast termi
nus of the line, Puerto, Mexico, is not
far from Vera Cruz.
MARSHFIELD CHAWEL GROWS
Dredging Campaign in Coos Bay
Providing Plenty of Water.
Marshfield's main channel, so far as
it has been completed, is 1000 feet
wide and has a depth of 25 feet, re
ports Captain Macgenn, of the steam
er Breakwater, who says that material
dredged from the cut is being depos
ited on low land in Marshfield. He
thinks the new road is permanent.
Captain Macgenn says he under
stands the programme to be for the
Government dredge Oregon to be re
turned to Coos Bay by May 1, and she
will dig on the lower part, while the
new Government dredge Colonel P. ST
Michie has operated for more than a
week on the bar without a break, and
is cutting the channel straight into
the bar from the end of the Jetty.
SEIXIXG ILEASES SHORTENED
Government Apportions Sites for One
Year Instead of Three.
In leasing sites for salmon fishing
on Sand Island, on the lower estuary of
the Columbia River, the Government
will hereafter limit the period to one
year, instead of three years as was the
practice previously. Bids have been
opened at the office of Colonel McKin-
stry. Corps of Engineers, United States
Army, for various locations and they I
will be leased as follows:
Site No. 1, on a bid of $3809. and Site
No. 3, on a bid of $3109, go to the Co
lumbia River Packers' Association; Site
No. 2, for J7125, and Site No. 4, for
$1255, to W. E. Talent, of Astoria, and
Site No. 5, for which ?281 was bid, to
Stuart Davis, of Chinook, Wash. For
mer leases on the seining grounds ex
pire April 30.
ROYAL MAIL MXE REPORTS
Radnorshire Left Yokohama for
Portland Last Week.
Movements of Royal Mail liners
bound to and from Portland are offi
cially chronicled from " the office of
Frank Waterhouse & Co. as follows:
Merionethshire. arrived at Hongkong
(jienroy, at seaiue.
Cardiganshire (new), saled from Seattle
for Kobe direct April lO.
Radnorshire (new), sailed from Yokohama
for Portland via Puget sound April 15.
Den of Ruthven, sailed from Hongkong
for Japan and Portland April 13.
Carnarvonshire (new), sailed from Hull
for Portland via London April 1.
Den of Airlie. arrived Singapore from
Portland via Puget Sound April 2 .
Glenochy. left Perlm for Portland via
Puget Sound April 5.
Xews From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAY. Or., April 20. (Special.)
The tug Gleaner arrived today from
Gardiner and the Umpqua River for
freight and will sail for Gardiner Tues
The A. M. Simpson arrived late Sun
dav night from San Francisco and is
loading at the Porter mill. North Bend.
The gasoline schooner Rustler came
to Coos Bay late Sunday to complete
repairs suffered at sea between the
Siuslaw and Umpqua rivers.
GARDINER. Or., April 20. (Special.)
The schooner Caroline is loading
lumber at the Gardiner Mill Company's
dock and will sail Thursday morning.
The steam schooner San Gabriel,
loaded with lumber and ready for sea.
is delayed by lack of water on the bar.
but expects to leave by Wednesday for
ASTORIA, Or.. April 20. (Special.)
The Norwegian bark Erbrin arrived
this afternoon, 40 days from Callao, af
ter an uneventful trip. Captain Niel
son, master of the craft, says he should
have reached the river last Friday, but
he ran into thick fog and rain and was
compelled to head off shore.
The cannery ship Berlin sailed today
for Nushagak River, Alaska, with sup
plies for the Alaska-Portland Packers'
The British steamer Strathblane fin
ished loading lumber at the Hammond
mill and sailed tonight for Australia,
via Puget Sound.
The steamer Siskiyou arrived this
morning from San Francisco and wen
to Knappton to load lumber. She left
for Portland tonight.
The steamer Coaster arrived this
morning from San Francisco and pro
ceeded to Portland.
The gasoline schooner Enterprise ar
rived this morning from Newport in
ballast and proceeded to Portland to
load general cargo.-
The steamer Johan Poulsen arrived
this morning from San Francisco and
after discharging a cargo of cement
went to the Astoria Box Company'
mill to load lumber. She will finish
her cargo at Westport.
Instead of being assigned to reopen
ing the Tongue Point channel, or cross
ing, as it is called, in accordance with
the petition of the river pilots and
others, the Government dredge Clat-
sop resumed operations this afternoon
on the cut-off ' channels.
The steamer Stanley Dollar arrived
this evening with cargo for Portland.
BOAT HITS BRIDGES
Lord Lonsdale in 2 Collisions
as She Leaves Harbor.
LIBEL SUIT DODGED, TOO
Officers Chase Iiiner, Climb Aboard
While Ship Is Disabled, Serve
Damage Papers Case Finally
Dismissed, Vessel Sails.
Two collisions and a libel were
events chalked against the East Asiatic
liner Lord Lonsdale on her last day
in port yesterday and she emerged from
all without material injury or delay.
On her way through the harbor from
the South Portland plant of the North
west Steel Company she struck the
Morrison-street bridge and collided
with the Burnside-street bridge. She
was held at the latter 33 minutes by a
northwest wind and because sbe was
M ind Cannes Collisions.
The Port of Portland steamer Ockla-
hama assisted the liner down stream
and Pilot McNelly was in charge. As
much of the cargo discharged here was
in her forward holds, she was not in
the best of trim and the wind is said
to have been such that the ship struck
going through Morrison-street bridge.
According to Harry Richmond, in
charge there, she bent three braces
protecting the sidewalk railing on the
raw. Continuing down stream she
hit one of the Burnside-street draw
piers, knocking off a few rivet heads.
nd was then caught by the wind so
firmly as to swing across the draw
space, being there for three minutes
more than a half hour. The steamer
Cascades and the harbor patrol
launch went to her assistance.
Boat Chased by Officers In Launch.
In the meantime Closset & Devers
filed a libel against the vessel in the
um of $1500, which is said to repre
sent alleged damages to a shipment of
coffee brought here. Deputy United
States Marshal Dave Fuller headed for
the Northwest Steel Company's dock to
serve papers in the action only to And
that the steamer had started. Mr.
Fuller telephoned the Marshal's office
and Marshal Montag and Deputy
Leonard Becker hastened to the Muni
cipal boatlandlng and embarked in the
harbor patrol launch with Harbor
The Lonsdale was Just passing Stark
street and the launch trailed astern,
when her difficulty at the Burnside
street bridge afforded the Federal
officers an opportunity to climb aboard.
Passing through the Broadway
bridge the vessel was headed for Muni
cipal dock No. 1. where it was berthed
and a settlement was reached in the
claim for damages. The libel was dls
missed and the vessel proceeded to
Vancouver, B. C, to unload the re
mainder of her cargo.
MR.. KIRCIIHOFF IX OFFICE
Germany Establishes Consular
Agency in Portland.
Fritz Kirchhoff, Portland agent for
the Hamburg-American line and the
China Import & Export Lumber Com
pany, is also the accredited representa
tive In this territory of his Imperial
Majesty, the Emperor of Germany,
having been presented with full cre
dentials yesterday and official authori
zation to act.
Baron Von Loehneysen, stationed at
Seattle as German Consul, was unable
to proceed here to administer the oath
of office, so B. M. Schulz, first secre
tary of the consulate, officiated in his
stead. The latter was recentl. deco
rated by the Emperor. Fred Ritters,
who was secretary under German Con
sul Lohen here previous to the latter's
departure for Berlin, lias been in
stalled as secretary , under Mr. Kirch
ho ft. The consular office will be in
conjunction with other responsibili
ties of Mr. Kirchhoff, on the eighth
floor of the Chamber of Commerce
MAROSA TAKEN IXIl WHEAT
Erbrin Arrives Iom Callao After
Passage of 40 Days.
One transaction In -the charter mar
ket yesterday was the engagement of
the Norwegian ship Marosa by G. W.
McNear, to load wheat here for the
United Kingdom at 30 shillings. The
vessel's lay days begin October 1. She
Is at Melbourne, where she arrived
March 1 from Frederikstad, whlcn port
she left November 4.
The departure of the German bark
Barmbek, wheat-laden for Ipswich,
will not leave the river ..without
grain carrier after all, for with the
Barmbek lying in the lower harbor
waiting to get to sea the Norwegian
bark Erbrin crossed into the river at
noon yesterday from Oallao. complet
ing a rattling run of 40 days. The
record from Callao to the Columbia Is
held by the schooner Oliver J. Olson,
which sailed it in 33 days.
Captain Louis Nopander, commander
of the "Big Three" steamer Bear, was
the recipient of telegraphic and oral
congratulations on the anniversary of
his birth yesterday.
On her first trip for a lengthy period
as a passenger vessel, ' the steamer
Georgia Burton left yesterday for the
cowiitz JKiver, replacing the steamer
Joseph Kellogg temporarily while the
latter is being overhauled at Supple's
Repairs to the hull of the Kamm
steamer Undine having been finished,
she was floated from the ways at the
yard of the Portland Shipbuilding Com
pany yesterday. She will be placed In
the best of condition for operation be
tween Portland and Astoria during the
Summer. The Port of Portland steamer
Ocklahama will be hauled out at the
Portland yard today. The tug Oneonta
will leave up from Astoria with the
Norwegian bark Erbrin in tow, and be
used for towing on the river while
the Ocklahama is out of service.
Finishing loading at St. Helens the
British steamer Hazel Dollar left last
night for Tongue Point to work more
lumber for China.
Towed by the Government tugs Geo.
H. Mendell and H. M. Adams the new
dredge Wahkiakum left down vester
ay for Doublebower's. where she will
dig for 30 days before final acceptance
Dy tne corps ot Engineers, U. S A.
Her lumber cargo for Australia beinar
aboard, the British tramp Strathblane
proceeded to Astoria yesterday from
To take care of additional business,
the Dodge Steamship Company has
chartered the steamer Fairhaven and
will operate her with the steamers
Northland, San Ramon and St. Helens.
Captain Jessen. First Officer Oscar
Landahl and Second Officer Olsen. of
the steamer Santa Clara have arrived
n the city to appear as witnesses in
the case of Dahl vs. the North Pacific
Steamship Company, being an action
for personal injuries now before the
federal Court, growing out of an acci
dent aboard the steamer Roanoke when
she was boarded by a wave when cross
ing to sea. The officers were attached
to the Roanoke at the time.
EXTRADITION IS DENIED
ALLEGED KIDNAPER WILL AOT
GO TO NORTH CAROLINA.
After Sharply Contested Hearing Gov
ernor Lister Decides In Favor
of Mrs. lintchlnsoa.
OLYMPIA. Wash., April 20. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Betty- Hutchinson, of Doty,
will not have to return to North Caro
lina to face trial on a charge of kid
naping her 6-year-old niece and name
sake, Betty Cole. Governor Lister
made this decision at the close of a
sharply contested extradition hearing:.
Mrs. Hutchinson testified that Betty,
who slept on her lap during; the hear
ing;, had been left in her care by her
dying; mother, and that the child's
father, who has 13 other children at
home, had never contributed a dollar
to her support. Cole had sworn to the
kidnaping; charge and had furnished
the money on which Sheriff Williams,
of Buncombe County. . made the trip
across the continent to extradite Mrs.
"Ae you prepared to submit testi
mony to controvert Mrs. Hutchinson's
statements?" Governor Lister asked the
Sheriff at the close of the hearing;. Wil
liams said he was not and the Governor
then refused to grant extradition.
Thomas Vance, of Olympia. repre
sented North Carolina at the hearing
and Maurice Langhorne, of Tacoma,
acted for Mrs. Hutchinson. By a curi
ous coincidence both lawyers came
originally from Buncombe County.
STUDENTS PUBLISH PAPER
School of Journalism "Cubs" In
Charge of Tacoma Issue One Day.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Se
attle, April 20. (Special.) Twenty
students in the department of journal
ism of the University of Washington
today published an edition of the Ta
coma News and were in full charge of
the editorial end of the paper for one
Under the direction of Professor
Frank G. Kane, assignments were glv
en to the students by the student city
editor. The students toured the city
with the regular staff -and interviewed
Mayoralty and Councilmaniu candl
dates. Every "beat" was covered.
Xo Official Word lias Come Front
Washington but Is Expected Mo
mentarily Everything Ready
for Emergency Order.
VANCOUVER. Wash., April 20.
(Special.) The officers, ladies and
soldiers of the post are anxious con
serntng war news and eagerly await
dispatches from the front. It was re
ported here today that the Third,
Fourth, Fifth and Sixth brigades had
been ordered to Galveston. Texas. If
this proves true, it is probable that
the Seventh Brigade, with headquarters
here, will bo the next to go, ana proo
ably will see duty along the California
border of Mexico.
General Ramsay D. Potts, in com
mand ot the Seventh brigade, some
time ago secured leave of absence be
ginning about May 1. when ne in
tended going East. He retired about
September 1, on account of age limit.
He now may be -required to remain.
however. In case he leaves. Colonel
R. H. Wilsou at Fort Lawton will prob
ably assume command as senior officer.
Company F. Engineers, with in men
and four officers, left here in a spe
cial train at 9:10 o'clock this morning.
Captain Richard C. Moore was in com
mand. With him were Lieutenant
Philip Fleming, Lieutenant C. J. Taylor.
and Lieutenant Gilbert Von B. W ilkes.
The horses, mules, supplies -and escort
waeons were on cars attached to tne
train. Gilroy is their destination,
unless stopped en route.
They are under orders to speno me
Summer mapping the unroy vicinity,
There is a possibility, however, that
they may be Kent to the border.
xne pontoom trains, on wagons, ai
yet at the post. It is thought they
will be shipped later.
No word of any kind has been re
celved by officers here, though a mes
sage is expected any time.
Colonel George S. Young, in command
of the Twenty-First Infantry, said to
day that his troops would be ready to
entrain on short notice. That the
Twenty-First will be ordered to the
front, seems to be the unoniciai opinion
here. The Seventh brigade, comprising
the Twenty-First Infantry and two
other regiments. have never been
actually assembled into a brigade.
except on paper. It would not take
long, however, to accomplish this.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Rosa City. . . .
... Los Angeles. .
. . . . Coos Bay
. . . . Sao. Diego.
.....Los AnKeles. .
. an Diego. . . .
. .In port
. April 22
. April 26
. . .. x,os Angeles.
.Eureka April 28
H arvard S. F. to L. A.
Breakwater Coos Bay. . .
Bear Los Angeles
Roanoke. . . . . . San Dteuo April 2J
San Ramon San Francisco... April 2"
Yale S. K. to L A April 24
Beaver. ......Los Angeles. April 2i
Rose City Los Angeles April 27
Arollne Coos Bay.... April IS
Yucatan. ......... an Diego. ..... . April 2d
Alliance Eureka . i April 80
Rose City Los Angeles May 3
EUROPEAN AND ORIENTAL SERVICE
Name. From Data.
Radnorshire. ..... .Loudon. ......... April 80
Sudmark Hamburg;. ....... April 36
Glenroy . .......... London. .May 1
Den ot Ruthven. .. .London May
Hoerde. ... .Hamburg. May
Glenlochy. Londoo June
Sambia Hamburg .Juno
Carnarvonshire. . . .London July
C. Ferd Laelss Hamburg July
Andalusia Hamburg Aug.
Name. For Data.
Sudmark Hamburg May 4
Glenroy ........... London. .........May
Radnorshire .London. ...... ...May
Den of Ruthvea
C Ferd Laelsz. .
London. ......... May
Hamburg May 2S
London .....June 10
.Hamburg ..Juno 2S
London ....July a
. Hamburg. ....... Aug. &
.Hamburg ..Aug. 2b
Name. for Date.
Qulnault Skagway ..April 22
Thus. L. Wand Skaaway April 2
J. B. Stetson .Skagway May t)
DUE FOR INSPECTION.
Certificates on the following vessels ex-
Dire during April, as Indicated:
Sir. Akutan Portland ..April 23
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND.. April 20. Arrived Steamer
Coaster, from San frraticisco. Sailed Brit
tab. steamer Lord Lonsdale, for Vancouver.
B. C. ; steamer Alliance, ror Coos Bay and
Eureka; steamer foue ll. jL.imore, tor TUla
Astoria. April 20. Arrived at midnight
steamer Siskiyou, xrom &an r rancutco. Ar
rived at 7 A. M. Steamer Johan Poulsen.
from San FranciBco. Arrived at and left
up at 10:15 A. M. Steamer Coaster, from
fcian 1-rancisco. haiiea at a. ja.. &nip
Berlin, xor rtusttagak. .rrivea at noon.
Norwegian bark Erbrin. from Callao. Ar
rived and left up at 3:30 P. M. Steamer
Stanley Dollar, from San Francisco. Ar
rived down at 3:30 British steamer Strath
San Francisco. April 20. Arrived, at 1 P,
M. Steamer Arollne. from Portland via Coos
Bay. Sailed at 1 P. M. steamer Beaver,
for Portland. passed steamer uco. w.
Fenwick, from coluraoia iver, ror San
Pedro. Arrived last night bteamer Navajo,
Casoar. ADril 20. sailed at noon liritisn
steamer Frankmount. for Portland,
Las Falmas. April IS. Arrived German
steamer Karnak, from Portland lor u. Jv.
Queenstown, April IS. Arrived German
bark Orotava. from Portland.
Astoria, April la. sauea eteamer pa-
ralao. for San Francisco.
San Pedro, April -o. Arrived steamer
rviiln from Portland. Arrived last niKht-
Steamer General Hubbard, from Columbia
Seattle. Wash.. April 20. Arrived Steam
era ConsTess. from San Diego; Isthmian
Bee. from San Francisco; Admiral Sampson,
from Southwestern Alaska. Sailed Steam
ers Rochelle. Alkl. from Southeastern Alas-
lea; Admiral . FarraKUt. Oleum, from San
Francisco: barge J. D. Peters, towing, from
Manila. ADril 10. Arrived Steamer Mer
ionethshire, from Tacoma and Seattle for
Shanghai, April 19. Sailed Steamer Den
or Ruthven. xrom Lonuon, xor roiimnu, ur
Kan Francisco. April 20. Arrived Steam
ers Peru. Ancon. Adeline Smith, from Coos
Rar: Rarneson. Newcastle. Australia. North
land, from Bellingham; Coronado, from
Grays Harbor: Fifield. from Bandon; Aro
llne. from Portland: schooner Golden Gate,
from Pirate Cove. Sailed Steamers Beaver,
fop Portland: Henrv T. Scott. L. S. S. Man
ning. guard submarine K-3, for Puget
Sound; Bark Star of Poland. lor Lonng.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
Hirh Water. I Low Water.
10:M A. M...7.1 feet '.4:5)1 A. M 2.0 feet
10:09 P. M 8.0 feet!5:01 P. M 1.4 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, April 20. Condition
the bar at 5 P. M. Sea.
northwest, 29 miles.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(AU reports made at t P. M-. April SO, unless I
otherwise designated). I
Oleum. Seattle, for San Francisco. 602 1
miles north of San Francisco.
Berlin. Portland, for Alaska, 78 miles!
Abstracts of Title.
HA1ZL.IP, VT. R. CO. Main 7351...
CLYDE. RALPH C. Marshall 21T9.
CITRON. It. Main 03ST
J. DITCH BURN & A. HANSON.
FEURERA. A. B. Main 47U2..
GRCBER, S. II. Main 1S4S...
G ANTLER, A. J. A i947
HAYES A DEMENT. Marshall
STORY. H. D. Main 93S7
WOERNDLE HAAS. Main US21 :
DEPT. OF OREGON. Main 912
OREGON MULTIGRAPH CO. Mar. 35..
ALT-MINUM COOKING UTENSILS. Mar.
DANTOFP, L. D. Main 129 61:
American Sunday School Union
MARTIN, E. R. Main 516 309
PARSON A WOOD. Main 8426 616
WILLBBRG-OPPEGARD CO., Mar. 609.. 310
FARMER MUTUAL, FIRE. Mar. 50O6..40U
Investment and Real Kstate.
AKERSON. GOOCH & CO. Main 6765. .614
FOLTZ, J. R. 216
OOLDSCHMIDT'S AGENCY. Main 3055. 20S
HAIZLIP, W. R. Main 7351 407
JACKSON, C. B. Main 6476 6(fl
LOMBARD & FISHER. Mar. 4890 412
NEILON PARlvHH.L. Mar. 2832 .104
SMITH-WAGONER. Main Ulll 512
LIBERTY COPPER MINING CO 210
THOMAS & BAUMANN. Main 9200 312
ORIGINAL HUNGARIAN. Main 6523.
Clears. Tobacco and Magazines.
POPE, JOHN Lobby
ANGORA OOAT BREEDERS' JOUR
NAL.. Slain K778 410
OREGON AGRICULTURIST. M. 8778. ..411
PACIFIC DRUG REVIEW. Main 971... 072
Stork Kxrhance Office.
NEW AND MODERN LIGHT OFFICES.
from 710 to X2u. inquire room 20.
Portland and City K.
Board of Trade Building
Appraiser ot Real Kstate.
SIGLER. B. D., Main 1156 20
BEACH. SIMON & NELSON. Main S1XS.70
HECKBERT. E. E-. ataln 7300. A 1032... 1010
LANGLEY, Lotus L.. Main 8848 1117
O'KOURKE, L W.. Marshall S141 415
Brokers, Storks. Bonds and Grain.
OVER BECK COOKE CO..
A 6381. Main 3942 216-218
VERMONT MARBLE WORKS, Mar. 001.307
BARRETT BROS.. Main 6496 S08
CLARK. GEO. KNIGHT. Main S134....IOI7
WALLER. FRANK L. Main 82a5 1015
REED, MERRILL A. Mar. 220 710
LAWSON & CO. A 7133. M. 4088 70S
IMPERIAL, DAIRY LUNCH .. .Ground Iloor
COLUMBIAN OITL CO. Mar. 819... Gd. Fir.
NAU. FRANK. Main 721. A 2721.. Gd. Fir
HOLT. E. H.. PIANO CO. M. luai...20T-.
Rentals and General Insurance.
SMI-H'S AGENCY. Main 6801 410
ALEXANDER. GEO. R. Mar. 2420 1001
SAWYER. HAROLD M. Marshall lifl..0s
WALTON. JAMES, JR. Marshall 2420. .1001
KTI.E a. A- Marshall 4111
NORTHWESTERN FRUIT EX. Mar. 2484.416
BAIN, JOHN. A 7442. Main 6021 oui
BAT CITT LAND CO. M. Ill 701-702
R !:-. PL OKO. A. Marshall 2748, A 2489.1101
SEITZ. W. H. CO. Main eos4
southwest of Columbia River.
Catania. Seattle, xor port oan i.u, -wo
miles north of San f ranclsco.
Falcon. Everett, for San Francisco,
Tjinslnir. Juneau, for Port San Luis, uiu
miles north of San Francisco. April 19.
Bark W. B. Flint, Seatt'.. for Alaskan
ports, latitude norm, iuihijiuuo
west, a A. ii., April :u.
Mariposa. Seattle, for Alaskan pons, oil
Egg Island. 8 P. M.. April 19.
Vance. Astoria for San Pedro, ou nine.
nut V. nf fane Blanco.
Richmond. Richmond for -seame,
miles north Richmond.
Willamette. Astoria xor can
25 miles south Point uoraa. . ot
Santa Cruz, ban r-eoro lur ot" .o
miles south San Pedro.
Desabla, Chile lor can rtu,
south San Pedro. ...
Whittier. San Diego for Port San Luis.
60 miles east Point Conception.
Speedwell. son uiego lur on .
milts north San Diego.
Georgian, sauna ltuj xor oao i u.
miles south San Pedro.
President. San Francisco lor can rouiu,
28 miles south Point Sur.
Admiral Farragut. Seattle for San Fran
cisco, off Port Townsend
City or seame.
Alaska for Seattle, oft
Entrance Island. ... .
Tua Tyee. Seattle lor Hunters
Alaska, off Smith Island.
Marin Kahulul for Port San Luis,
1022 miles from Port San L.uis. April 1U.
Sonoma, Sydney for San Francisco, 1327
miles from San Francisco. April 19.
Manchuria. Orient ior j-an r rancisco, avo
miles from San Francisco. April 19.
Lurllne. Honolulu for San b ranclsco, 590
miles from San Francisco, April 1.
China San Francisco for Orient. 433 miles
from San Francisco. April 19.
Chanslor, Port San Luis for Everett, iOS
mil., frnm PvMBtL
Yale. San Francisco for San Pedro, passed
Pigeon Point 6:23 P. M.
Beaver, San Francisco for Portland,
mil., umiii Point Arena.
O. J. Olson. Everett for San Francisco, 30
m 1 1 Rniith Point Arena.
Tooeka. Eureka for San Francisco, 38
mlleff smith Point Arena.
Porter. Monterey for Portland, 16S miles
nnpth Knn FVnnriseo.
Coronado. San Francisco for San Pedro, 8
miles south pigeon point.
Admiral Watson. San Francisco for Seat
tie. 4 miles north Point Reyes.
Fenwick. San Pedro for Eureka. 10 miles
south Point Reyes.
Adeline Smith. Bay Point for Coos Bay, 6
mile southwest Mare Island.
ScOtt. sun Pedro for Puret Sound ports.
with tow. anchored In Drakes Hay.
Leggett, San Pedro for Grays Harbor, off
Atlas. Richmond for Portland, 37 miles
Nann Smith. San Francisco for Coos Bay
0 mtlei east Point Reyes.
BIG STEAMERS COLLIDE
Carolina and Cleveland Crash in
Sew York Harbor.
NEW YORK. April 20.The New
York and Porto Rico line steamer Car
olina, while coming to anchor at guar
ROBERTSON. KENNETH. Ma.n 255S. .1314
ARNEST. G. C Main 493 1104-110S
CLARK. SKULASON & CLARK. M. 6417.122
COHN. JULIUS. Main 2310. A 7202 l.MS
GRAHAM SIDNEY J. Main 4U3. .131-13'J1
JOHNS, CHAD. A. Main t3S 13O6-1308
KIM HALL. HENKY M. Mar. 6SU -5
MALAKKKY, SE AH ROOK Jit
DIBBLE. Main loul. A 5212. . . 15OO-1503
HANMX, TIIOS. Main 2310. A 7202... 15TJ
MOON & ORTON. Marshall 630 H2S-U-"!
MOORE. WILLIS 8. Main 411 . . . U1-1JI1
PARKER. 6H1KLEY D. Main 423 102
PEARl i; HARRY H. Mar. S42. .1311-1317
RIDDELL 1L H. Main 62Z
SHEPARD & BROCK. Marshall S32...1311
STOTT COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .608-610
SULLIVAN. R. A. Main 2310. A T2l2-.151
WILSON, JOHN U. Marshall S53. .1311-1317
KINNEY. M. J. Marshall 5614 MS
MYERS, ROBT. W Eecond Floor
M'CREDIE BILLIARDS Scoond Floor
( tsar Store.
BRADY & OLIVER Lobby
Court Reporters and Stenographers.
FLEXNER. VIVIAN. Main 14:11. A 7273.. 140S
SAY RE, JULIA K. Main U31.A 7270 1403
CALLAN & KASER. Main 1633 722-724
M'FARLAND. FRANK. REALTY CO...30U
MERRILL GEO. W. Marshall ZSSS 411
METCALF. LYLE S. Marshsll 2432 SIO
RAINEY. J. G. Marshall 3177 1304
U. 8. MORTGAGE & INV. CO 51
WAGGONER. GEO. E 0i
WARD. THOS. J. Marshall 2S58 411
aCNACGHTON.AQNES J ARSONS. M. 4464 04
GILL1NGIIAM, J. G. Marshall 717.. 113-41
MOCLTON. ARTHUR I. Marshall 246. .312
WINTER. WILSON & JOHNSON. M. 4431.713
Bonds. Stocks, Grain and Cotton.
WILSON, J. C & CO. A 41S7. Mar. SS6S
Builders and Real Estate.
SUMMERS. W. J. Marshall 3761 305-300
LUCIUS. W. W. Marshall 334 316-317
REED. M. E. Marshall 677 614-617
BURGARD, JOHN H. Main 688. A 1688.. .2
VVH1TMER-KELLY CO. Main or A 1008..
Investments and Loans.
STirE. J. R. Main 6101 -
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO 209
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
BAIN. JAMES R. Marshall 2444 8-1
BLAND. EUGENE. Marshall &451 23
DUNIWAV. RALPH R. Main 1530. .529-531
HAINES. S. II. Main 8761 527
HAZES, COOPER MACKAY. Main 4S..02O
TIFT. ARTHUR P. Main 427 710
UPTON. JAY It. Main 0204 713
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. 3S7.. SS
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. 37..I1
VINCENT. S. D. ; CO. Main 1C04 SIS
KEASEY. DORR E. CO. Main 1189.. 2.TJ
M'GRATH. E. A. Marshall 2209 -H
STOUT INVESTMENT CO. Main 5120. .723
SLAUSON. A. B. Main 0444 029
COAST DETECTIVE BUREAU. M. 8C8S. .313
MOELLER. HERMAN A. Main 1345.. ..1003
KOLLE. DR. D. W. Main 41S3 708-707
Patent and Trade-Mark Attorney.
LITZENBERG. WM. R. Mar. 1S47 804
Public Utility Specialist.
FOSHAY. WILBUR B. Main 5213 1014
O'BRIEN. MARIE A Mar. 3481
KORELL, CHAS. H. Main 2744 807
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO. M. 8f...404
antine early today, collided with the
Hamburg-American iiner Cleveland.
Tiie Carolina's tem was twisted
above the water line and the Cleve
land's plates were ilonted, causing her
to leak. Nearly all of tho passengers
on the vessels were asleep and there
was little excitement.
Mid ii? a n Snow Is Sunned.
SAULT STK. MARIE, Mich, April 20.
The sun shone brightly today after
the storm which prevailed Saturday
night and Sunday. Six Inches of snow
fell In places and the temperature was
RESIN0L OINTMENT and Resinol
Soap are absolutely free from
anything of a harsh or injurious nature,
and can therefore be used with confi
dence in the treatment of babies skin
troubles eczema, teething rash, chaf
ings, etc They stop itching instantly
and speedily heal even severe and
stubborn eruptions. Doctors have
prescribed Resinol for the pas tl8y ears.
Every druggist sells Resinol
Resinol Soap and Ohjtment dean away pim
ples, blackheads and dandnff. ansl is a most
valuable household remedy for aorea, trarna,
boils, piles, etc. For trial aim of Resmol
Ointment and Resinol Soap, WTita to Resinol.
Capt. 8-S, Baltimore, Md.