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TTTE- MORNING OREGOXTATT, Film AT, JUNE 12,' 1914.
LEASE GIVEN PLANT
Western Cooperage Company
Gets Two Waterfront Acres.
200 MEN TO BE EMPLOYED
rnblic Docks . Commission Refused
Dredge Work at Dock Xo. 1, as
Pier and Ship . Plan.
.Been Arranged Already,
Stipulating: that the Western Cooper
age Company is t3 employ at least 200
men continually and that it may not
eub-lease the property, the Port of
Portland Commission yesterday agreed
to lease to the corporation two acres
The steam schooner Siskiyou has ar
rived from San Francisco and has grone
to Knappton : to take on 175,000 feet
of lumber. She will shift to the Astoria
Box Company to take on a quantity
of shingles and it is understood will
finish at Wauna.
The steamer Yellowstone sailed today
for San Francisco with a cargo of
The steamer Yucatan sailed today for
San Francisco and San Pedro.
The American steamer Damara ar
rived today from San Francisco with
cargo from. Balboa for Portland.
The steamer Rose City arrived today
from San Francisco and San Pedro and
the steamer Beaver will Ball this- eve
ning for those points.
The steamer Qulnault sailed today
for Southeastern Alaska with general
cargo from Astoria and Portland.
-The steamer ' Frank H. Buck sailed
this afternoon for California after dis
charging her cargo of crude oil. .- . "
The tank steamer Ascunsion arrived
this afternoon from California with a
cargo of oil for Portland.
The gasoline schooner Enterprise ar
rived this afternoon from Coast points
with a cargo of dairy products for
The torpedo boat '. Fox arrived this
morning from Grays Harbor with the
Grays Harbor division of the Washing
ton Naval Reserve on board and left
for Portland where ' she will remain
17 GUNS ARE FIRED
Governor West Honored Guest
of Cruiser Boston.
500 VISITORS GO ABOARD
Torpedo-Boat Fox Brings -1 0 Naval
Militiamen lYom Grays Harbor
I to Participate With Oregon
Guards in Today's Parade. .
Governor Oswald West, commander-in-chief
pf the military forces of the
State of Oreiton. was accorded full
honors" on the occasion of an official
visit aboard the cruiser Boston yester-
PORTLAND-BUILT NAVAL VESSEL RETURNS WITH WASHINGTON- MILITIAMEN ' TO PARTICI-.
PATE IN ROSE FESTIVAL. J
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TORTEDOBOAT FOX. '
of land lying south of the Port's dry
dock at St. Johns, which adjoins a
strip owned by the Western Cooperage
Interests, having a river frontage of
300 feet. Officials of the company have
assured the Commission they plan the
erection of a modern plant and expect
ta have 400 men, at times, on the pay
roll. Three ts Five-Year Leue X.tlced.
The Commission favored a lease of
from three to five years, compensation
to be on a basis of 5 per cent of the
appraised value of the site, which has
a length on the waterfront of 400 feet.
There will be a strip, 100 feet wide
on the inshore line and 150 feet on the
harbor line, remaining between the
drydock and a line of piling to be driv
en marking a division upon which the
company is not to encroach with its
In the same connection a committee
of 13 from St. Johns waited on the
Commission to ascertain if financial as
sistance, in the sum of about $2500,
might be . forthcoming to assist in
building a roadway from the Willam
ette boulevard to the drydock and
Right of way has been obtained and
It is estimated the road will be 1100
feet long, with a width of 30 feet, 20
feet of which is to be paved with six
inches of concrete. The estimated cost
is about $6000. While the Commission
had decided not to build a roadway
this year, the committee was Informed
that if plans and estimates were sub
mitted the Commission would go Into
the matter and if it should become a
party it must be understood it would
pay a stipulated portion of the esti
Dredge Columbia Progresses.
Progress was reported on the deck
snd cabin of the new dredge Columbia.
M. Talbot, general manager, was au
thorized to draw a warrant In favor
of Joseph Supple, contractor, for wood
work In the sum of $1908, representing
the estimate of the completed labor in
May. The total contract is for $14,965.
A request from the Commission of
Public Docks that the dredge Port
land be assigned to dig a slip at the
north end of Municipal Dock No. 1
about August 1 was not acted on fa
vorably, as a pier 490 feet deep and
120 feet wide ts planned there. It was
said that river dredging, to deepen the
channel to 29 feet, would be in full
swing at that time and, besides, it was
feared the character of material to be
handled could not be satisfactorily
moved by the Portland.
The Commission delegated Manager
Talb"bt to apprise Mayor Graji, of As
toria, that the bar tugs Oneonta and
Wallulu would be available, when in
port, for duty as fireboats. Because of
a recent serious fire at Astoria, it was
asked that the tugs be assigned for'
BOSTON ' AGAIN" CHAIiLEXGED
Beaver's Tars Would Have Second
Go With Oregon Bluejackets.
For . money, chalk or marbles, but
preferably for $100 a side, the 10-oared
crew of the steamer Beaver has Issued
a -challenge to their opponents aboard
the . cruiser . Boston, whom they de-
leatea Tuesday afternoon In a race
from the Broadway bridge to the
Harbormaster Speier was asked yes
terday by the Beaver's sailors to pass
the challenge on to the tars of the Bos
ton because It had been intimated that
the Oregon Naval Militiamen were not
satisfied that their men had pulled
under the most favorable conditions.
The Bostonlans are as eager for an
other try as their friends on the liner
and when next the Beaver returns to
port there may be a definite pact en
tered Into for a second heat. Mean
while there promises to be increased
interest on both ships in rowing.
during the Rose Festival. - The visitors
were met here by a detachment of six
men from the Oregon Naval Reserve
under the leadership of Chief . Quar
BANDON, Or., June 11. (Special.)
The steam schooner Speedwell sailed
from here' at midnight for Coos Bay.
The steam schooner Grace - Dollar,
with' lumber from the Johnson mill,
sailed south at midnight.
The steam schooner Elizabeth, with
passengers and lumber products, sailed
last night for -San Francisco.
BAYOCEAN, Or.une 11. Special.)
The Tillamook arrived today -from
Portland with engine boilers and oth
er machinery for the Bayocean Na-tatorlum.
Cook and Steward on Santa Catalina
Henry Nless, chef aboard W. R. Grace
& Company's New York liner Santa
Catalina, lies at the Emergency H'os
pital with, his right ankle broken, his
face ' a mass of bruises and possibly
suffering from internal Injuries, while
Iouis Weiss, second steward of the
ship. Is held at - the police station as
being responsible for Nless condition
which is said to be the result of a
fight aboard the ship last evening.
Harbormaster Speier responded to a
call there after being misinformed that
a riot was in progress at munncipal
dock No. 1. The Santa Cataiina was
at Albers dock No. 1, and the fight is
alleged to have started when Niess
returned to the vessel after a tour
ashore. The Santa Catalina sailed late
last night for Puget Sound, and as she
Is due here again June 20. the case will
probably be disposed of then.
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA, Or, June 11. (Special.)
KEBEXS PUSHING CAMPAIGN
Federals Routed Near San Luis Po
tosi in Several Engagements.
SALTILLO, Coahuil.-, Mexico, June 9,
via El Paso, Tex., June -11. Constitu
tionalist forces under Generals Car
rera Torres and Eulalio Gutierrez have
routed the federals near San Luis Po
tosi In several minor engagements In
the last few days. General Torres is
operating along the line of the railroad
between Zacatecas and ban Luis Po
tosi. as well as directly around the
city, while Gutierrez has the federals
penned up some distance north of San
In these skirmishes 400 horses and
quantity of supplies and ammuni
tion were captured. Colonel Vincente
Segura, a constitutionalist leader of the
State of Puebla, who arrived here to
day to confer with General Carranza,
said that the major portion of the
states of Puebla and Hidalgo were un
der constitutionalist control.
The constitutionalists were fully pre
pared to prevent a federal blockade at
Tampico, said -official messages re
ceived here today by General Carran
za. Word was received that the. fed
eral gunboats Bravo and Zaragoza had
taken up positions outside Tampico
Harbor to prevent the entrance of ves
sels bearing ammunition for the con
stitutionalists. General Caballero. how
ever, had planted strong batteries com
manding the harbor mouth to cover the
entry of the merchant vessels.
SPEEDERS TO ' BE . ARRESTED
Harbormaster Gives Pinal Warning
to Vessels at Fault. .
Summer weather may have ' stimu
lated a desire among certain steam
boat skippers to forget that . eight
miles an hour Is the limit in the har
bor, for yesterday Harbormaster Speier
found one speeding and issued a warn
ing. He says it is the last -caution
he will give and hereafter warrants
of arrest will be served instead. - A
former system of having - officers sta
tioned at ends of. a measured course is
to be resorted -to and a record kept
of the time.
When the harbor patrol . launch
picked up a dangerous snag yesterday
morning and started with it for the
snag "graveyard below the North Pa
cific mill, the master of the steamer
Celilo applauded with a whistle salute.
That, remarked Speier, was decidedly
unusual, as not all skippers appeared
to appreciate efforts made to keep the
FESTTVAIj VISITORS REMAIN
Beaver Sails for California' and
Gains Good Start.
Even the attractions of a sea voyage
in fair weather tailed to hurry Call.
fornians away from the Rose Festival
or prompt Portlanders to advance their
vacation dates when the steamer
Beaver sailed yesterday,' for she car
ried 225 passengers, more than 100 less
than was expected. The steamer made
a beautiful start from Ainsworth
dock and those who watched her re
marked that it was the quickest de
parture Captain Mason or the other
commanders have made.
Captain Francke, superintendent . of
the fleet, who came here to look after
the stowage of ballast in the vessel,
left for San Francisco and expects to
return on the vessel - to complete the
task. The steamer Rose: City arrived
last night with 230 . passengers. She
did not cross into the river until aft
ernoon, as she was late departing from
can -r runcisco ana .was - neia in a
measure by the northwest wind.
Seaside Will Celebrate.
SEASIDE, Or, June 11. (Special.)
A liberal sum was appropriated by the
City Council last night toward ' the
Fourth of July celebration. Plans for
the accommodation of an- immense
crowd are being made. Because the
Fourth comes on Saturday, it is cer
tain many persons will avail . them
selves of the opportunity to spend the
week end. at the beach.
day" afternoon, when a public reception
was held in his honor. As Governor
West "came over the side" he walked
between eight sldeboys, or bluejackets,
lined up on either hand, while the
trumpeter sounded four ruffles and the
Oregon, Naval Militia band played a
march. On going ashore the signal
flags and others used in decorat
ing the Boston were lowered and the
National colors were run up to the
foremast, while 17 guns were fired in
Many Military Officers Aboard.
.' Adjutant-General W. E. Finzer, Colo
nel James Martin, O. N. G.; General
Noyes, U. S. A., retired; Colonel James
Jackson, U. S. A., retired, and Brigadier-General
Charles F. Beebe. O. N.
G.. retired, and most of .the officers
of the Oregon National Guard stationed
here were aboard. Those whose rank
entitled them to special honors were
received on the quarterdeck with side
boys. Mrs. West and the wives of offi
cers were aboard. Fully 600 visitors
visited the ship.
The Naval Militia band played on the
quarterdeck In the afternoon. Governor
West inspected the s. p and was en
tertained in the cabin. Lieutenant
Commander G. F. Blair and those of
the Boston's wardroom family were In
Torpedo-Boat Fox Arrives.
The torpedo-boat Fox, assigned by
the Navy Department to Grays Harbor
as a training ship for divisions of the
Washington Naval Militia stationed
there, arrived in the harbor last night
and anchored astern of the Boston to
remain' until Saturday eveninr. She is
in command of Lieutenant K. A. Brad
ner, W. N. M., and carries three officers
and 40 men, who will appear In to
day's parade with the Oregon Naval
Militia. A dinner is to be given aboard
the Boston In their honor tonight.
Tho Fox was built here at the old
Wolff & Zwicker plant. She was started
in 1896 and completed in 1899, the
Goldsborough and Davis being built at
the same time. Her length is 146 feet,
beam 15.4 feet and mean draft 5.10 feet.
Her original speed was 23.13 miles and
she was built to carry two officers and
. MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
Steamer belied ale.
DUB TO ARRIVE.
Mams. From Date
Breakwater. ......Coos Bar ...In port
Rosa Cits ....IMAmelU in port
Roanoke.......... Baa Dieso. ....... June 14
Alliance ........Eureka June 14
Bear. . .......... ..Los Angeles. ..... June 16
Yucatan. ......... -San Diego. ...... .June -1
Beaver. .......... Loa Angolea. June -1
. . X7UB TO DSP ART.
Klamath .... .
Kase City. ...
For - Data
... Coos Bay. ....... June 12
F- tol a .... ..June 1-
.. .San Diego .June 13
... S. IT. to jj. A.. ...-June I'd
.Loa Angeles. .... .June 15
,.. .Los Angeles. ..... J une 16
...Coos Bay........ June 16
... Coos Bay ........ June 17
... San Diego. ...... June IT
.Los Angeles.. .... J une 21
,...an Diego. .June 24
.Loi Angeles une 6
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M. Steamer Geo. W. Klder, for Portland.
Arrived 8teamer Roanoke, from San Diego.
Valparaiso, June 11. Arrived Schooner
Encore, from Portland.
Colombo. June 11. Sailed British steam
er Monmouthshire, for Portland.
San Pedro, June 11. Arrived Steamer
Mayfair, from Columbia River. Sailed
Steamer Portland, tor Portland: steamer
Geo. W. Fenwick, for Columbia River. -
Seattle, Wash., June 11. Arrived Steam
ers Minnesota, from Hongkong; President,
from San Francisco: Spokane, from South
eastern Alaska; Edgar H. Vance, from Los
Angeles: Argyll, from Port San Luis. Sailed
Steamers Humboldt, for Southeastern
Alaska; revenue cutter McCulloch, for South
San Francisco, June 11. Arrived Steam
ers Olympic, from Hoqulam; Wlllochra,
Br., from Sydney: M. S. LolIar. Br., from
Cebu. Sailed Steamers San Joaquin, Nor.,
for Taltal; Geo. W. JSlder, for Portland.
Los Angeles, June 11. Arrived Steamers
Musician. Br., from Antwerp; Benefactor,
Br., from Seattle.
Tides at Astoria Friday.
3:04 A. IH 8.3 fetllO:S3 A. M . . 0.4 foot
4:43 P. M....7.1 feet10:38 P. M....3.S feet
Columbia River Bar Report,
NORTH HEAD, June 11. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M-. part jeloudy; bar, smooth;
wind, northwest, 24 miles.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M. June 11
unless otherwise shown.)
Governor, San Pedro lor San Francisco, off
Carlos, San Francisco for Kedondo, off
Portland. San Pearo for Portland, 75 miles
west oi San Pedro.
Klamath. San Pedro for San Francisco, 14
m ( 1 p. wAttf nf Point Fermin.
port san Luis Tor aama i
Navajo, San Francisco for Seattle, 5 miles
south of Yaqulna Head.
Farragut, Seattle for San Francisco, oft
Buck. Portland for Monterey. S7 miles
south of Columbia River.
Legcett. Grays Harbor for Ean Francisco,
20 miles south of Cape Blanco.
Yucatan. Portland for San Francisco, off
El Scgundo. Port Vells for Richmond, 440
miles north of San Francisco.
Beaver. Portland for San Francisco, 36
miles south of Columbia River.
Richmond. Richmond for Seattle, 462
miles from Richmond.
Argyll, Port Sau Luis for Seattle, 8 miles
Captain A. F. Lucas, Vancouver for Rich
mond, off Tatoosh Island.
Steamer Catania, port San Luis for Se
attle, off Port Crescent.
Hyades, Seattle for Honolulu. 1179 miles
from Cap. Flattery. 8 P. M. June 10;
Hilonian. Htlo for San TFranjclsco, SOT miles
out. 8 P.M. June 10.
Manou, San Kranclsco for Honolulu, 2S4
miles cut. 8 P. M. June 10.-
Ventura, San Francisco for Sydney. 440
miles out, 8 P. M. June 10.
Sierra, Honolulu for San Francisco, 525
miles out, 8 P. M. June 10.
Korea. Yokohama for San Francisco, C&6
miles out, 8 P. M. June 10.
Siberia, Honolulu for San Francisco, 007
miles out. 8 P. M. June 10.
Georgian, Seattle for Honolulu. 4"T miles
from Cape Flattery, 8 P. M. June 10.
Lurline, Honolulu for San Francisco, 1778
miles oue. 8 P. M. June 10.
V. S. Porter. Portland for San Francisco,
06 miles north of San Francisco.
Roma, port San Lula for Esquimalt, off
Grace Dollar, Bandon for San Francisco,
174 miles north of San Francisco.
San Ramon, San Francisco for Portland,
3 miles north of Duxbury Reef.
Geo. W. Elder, San Francisco for Portland,
30 miles south of Point Arena.
Drake, Richmond for Seattle, 16 miles
south of Northwest Seal Rock.
Alliance. Eureka for Coos Bay. 12 miles
north of Redding nock.
Hooper. Grays Harbor for San Francisco.
48 miles south of Northwest Seal Rock.
Watson, San Francisco for Seattle, 40
miles south of Cape Blanco.
Adeline Smith, San Francisco for Coos
Bay, 40 miles north of Cape Mendocino.
Having loaded the last of her cargo,
the Hahmurg-Amerlcan liner Hoerde
got away yesterday afternoon for
Europe and the Orient by way of
Bound for San Pedro the schooner
Alvena Is to leave down from St, Helens
today In tow of the steamer Ockla
hama. The harbormaster found two boys be
neath the dock of the Pacific Coast
Elevator Company yesterday, one of
whom was equipped with spurs such as
are worn by linemen In climbing poles.
The wearer denied any intention of
climbing piling so as to enter the dock
by a trap door.
Abiding by the proclamation of Gov
ernor West, the Custom-House will re
main closed today.
From San Francisco the tanker
Oleum entered yesterday with 26,000
barrels of fuel oil and 6000 barrels of
San Pedro is the destination of the
steamer Celilo, which was cleared yes
terday, with 900,000 feet of lumber.
are towed to California, and for Port
land she had 100 tons of plaster and
200 tons of asphalt.
W. II. Gray, commodore of the Port
land ilotorboat Club, has written Col
lector of Customs Burke to express his
appreciation of work performed by
Chief Inspector McGrath and inspectors
under him In patrolling the course dur
ing Tuesday's races.
Pasky Fabris, missing from his San
Francisco home for a year and who was
arrested here recently on the arrival
of the steamer Northland when be had
returned from a visit to Los Angeles,
where he sought to induce another boy
to accompany him on a theatrical cir
cuit rn a musical stunt, was sent home
yesterday by Detention Home officers,
being placed aboard the steamer Beav
er. He Is said to have been taken
from his parents by a man who staged
him as a musical wonder.
To load for the Panama Canal and
Philadelphia, the Luckenbach liner
Damara arrived up yesterday and went
te the Clark & Wilson mill at Linn ton.
Novice Defeats lis pert Swimmer.
HONOLULU, T. H.. June 11. Duke
Kahanamoku. holder of half a dozen
world's swimming records, finished
fourth here today in a S0-yard open
water competition. William Grace, a
young novice, won. The time was
Ttarhara. 17 miles east of Point Concention. I miles from San Francisco lightship.
Yale. San Pedro for San Francisco, passed I Congress, Seattle for San Francisco, 40
Poftif Hi'nil at :3S P. M. "
From San Francisco, the steamer i
Honolulu for San Francisco, 133 , brought 100 tons of heavy chains util
ized at Wallace Slough in the con-
t.nrth of Point Arrm. i struction or cigar-snapeo raits tnat Try antiseptic Lotion after shaving.Adv
The water of the Swiss city of Basle is
so injurious to teeth that a municipal dental
clinic has been established.
EUROPEAN - AMD ORIENTAL SERVICE.
Name. . From Data.
Hoerde. ...........Hamburg....... -In port
Glenlochy. .. . ..... London. ..... ....June 27
(arnarvonahlre.... London. ... July 1
Saxonia. .Hamburg.. .... .w July 21
Belara via. ........ Hamburg -Oct. 28
Brasilia. .Hamburg. .. . ... ..Nov 112
Andalusia. ........ Hamburg. ...... ..feept. 12
Name, For Date.
Hoerde. .......... -Hamburg. .......Juno 11
Glenlochy. .. London. ... July 5
Saxonia Hamburg. ...... - July 27
Carnarvonshire. .London. Aug. 2
Andalusia. ........Hamburg Sept. 16
Belgravia Hamburg .Nov. 3
Brasilia ..Hamburg .Nov. 28
- ALASKAN SERVICE.
' Name. ' Far Data,
Qulnault. ......... Skagway....... ..July 2
Thoa, L. Wand.... .Bkagway. ....... June 18
J. B. Stetson...... .Skagway. June 25
Due for Inspection.
Certificates of Inspection explr oa ths
following vessels as indicated;
Wenonah. ........ Portland......... June 12
Rowena. ......... .Portland ...,J une lit
Gerald C. .... ....Portland. .........June 14
T. J. Potter. ...... JPortland. ........ J una Id
C Hlnunger. ..... Portland ....Jus J7
'. Movements ot Vessels.
' PORTLAND, June 11. Arrived Steamer
uamara, irom ban Francisco; torpedo-boat
r ox, from Grays Harbor; steamers Rose
uuy, . from ban irrancisco and San Pedro
Asuncion, from San Francisco. 8alled
steamers Beaver, for San Francisco and
San Pedro; Northland, for Puget Sound:
Santa Catalina. for Puget Sound; German
steamer Hoerde. for Hamburg and way
ports; r . a.. J5UCK. zor Monterey,
Astoria, June 11. Arrived at 6 and left
up at 9 A. AI. steamer Damara, from San
Francisco. Sailed at 8 A. M. Steamer
Yellowstone, for San Francisco via - Coos
Bay. Arrived during night Steamer Sis
kiyou, from San Pedro. Arrived at 8:50
and iert up at 11:30 A. M-. torpedo-boat
Fox; from Grays Harbor. Sailed at E A.
M. Steamer Yucatan, for San Diego via
way ports. Arrived at 1:30 and left up at
8:30 P.- M. Steamer Rose City, from San
Francisco and San Pedro. Arrived at 1 and
letf.up at 1.-30 p. M. Steamer Asuncion,
from San Francisco. Arrived down at 2 P.
M. Steamer Qulnault. Sailed at 2:30 P. M.
Steamer F. H. Buck, for Uantnritv. Ar
rived-down at- 3 and sailed at G:30 P. M.
Dieamer jseaver, ior san Francisco and San
Callao. June 11. Arrived Schooner 6a
mar, from Columbia River.
. San Francisco, June 11. Sailed at 1 P.
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