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lg - . THE' MORNING" OBEGOXIAy, WEDNESDAY. .tttxE 34, 1914. ,
FAST TRIP IS HE
Square Rigger Comes From
Callao in 40 Days.
PASSAGE IS NEAR RECORD
Alcides . Takes Only One Day More
Than Inverlogle Did in 19H.'
' Cortex Is Chartered to Work .
Grain Here in October.
Sailing within one day of the record
passage for square-riggers, the Norwe
gian ship Alcides appeared off the en
trance to the Columbia yesterday after
ft run of 40 days from Callao. She is
under charter to Strauss & Co. to load
eld crop barley here for the United
The Alcides was picked up by. the
tug Oneonta and at 5 o'clock last eve
ning was 20 miles west of the bar,
heading in. She put out from Callao
May 13 and was evidently favored by
wind on most of the voyage. The Brit
ish bark Inverlogle covered the dis
tance in 39 days when bound here in
to load grain, and her run is re
garded as the best done by any of her
class in recent year. The record is
credited to the schooner Oliver Olson,
which made the Columbia from Callao
in 33 days.
The Norwegian ship Cortez has been
chartered by Balfour, Guthrie & Co.
at going fates to work grain here in
October. The vessel is of 2155 tons,
ret register, and sailed from Newcastle,
N. S. W., April 23 for Coiral. Export
ers say there has been .no change in
grain freights during the past few days.
An effort has beer, made to charter
steam tonnage with the proviso that if
the Panama Canal is open by the time
the vessel is loaded a lower rate will
be provided for dispatching her via
the new route, but without avail.
So far as can be ascertained, owners
ere making no move toward designat
ing Panama Canal rates. Those own
ing sailing vessels are taking advan
tage of active chartering that has been
goin- on for leading up to January 1,
1915. Though the largest fleet is un
der engagement that has been fixed
at a corresponding period" in a dozen
years, exporters are optimistic in say
ing that even more tonnage will have
to b secured to care for the crop. De
pendence is being placed to an extent
on steamers that will go via the Canal
after the new year opens.
SAMBIA IS BEING REPAIRED
Iiiner Makes Shanghai Under Own
Power, Water Gaining on Pumps.
information lirst forwarded to TYitz
Kirchhoff, Portland agent of the Hamburg-American,
that cargo from Europe
and Oriental ports for the Pacific Coast,
aboard the liner Sambla, had not been
damaged when she struck on Shadow
Island May 18, has been confirmed. It
is further understood that the principal
repairs consist of several plates being
renewed and as the work is under way
at Shanghai, the vessel may 'be re
turned to her schedule.
Officers of the Canadian Pacific
liner Empress of India, which Bias
reached Vancouver, B. C, bring re
ports that the Sambia was under way
in a dense fog and it was 7:30 A. M.,
when she brought up on rocks border
'ing on Shadow Island, which is to the
eastward of Wenchow and about 200
miles from Shanghai. Immediately on
striking, the engines were reversed and
the vessel backed clear. When the fog
lifted it was decided to proceed on the
course to Tsingtau, but as the water
was gaining on the pumps and reached
the bunkers, the master altered his
course and headed for Shanghai and
sent out wireless calls for aid. After a
few . hours the steamer Saratoga
answered and relayed the call of the
Sambia to Shanghai. While prepara
tions were under way at the latter
port to dispatch a vessel, the Sambia
hove in sight. On being berthed there
she had 20 feet of water in the forward
hold. The liner Saxonia is bringing
6C1IOOXER. XOKOM1S WRECKED
Vojage Starts and Terminates Un
fortunately for Lumber Carrier.
Speculation as to the slow passage of
the schooner Nokomis, lumber laden
from Portland for Payta, Peru, ended
yesterday with the receipt of news by
the Merchants Exchange that she was
wrecked on Clipperton Island, about 150
miles west of Panama, February 28,
her crew being saved. She was owned
by George E. Billings, of San Fran
cisco, and was chartered to Otis Mc
Allister, of San Francisco.
The Nokomis put out from the Columbia-River
January 17 and virtually
' from the time she got her first slant
until she limped into Port Townsend.
several days later, she battled with a
southerly blow that wrought consid
erable damage and shifted her deck
load. Before she got away from Puget
Sound her cook disappeared and it was
not until after the vessel was well
down the Coast that his body was
found floating at Port Townsend. The
vessel was in command of Captain Jen
sen and on being cleared here bad cargo
of 601,009 feet of lumber that was val
ued at $8188. She was built at Port
Blakeley in 1895 and was 161.2 feet
long, 36.7 feet beam and 12.8 feet depth
GRACE FORCE IS AUGMENTED
Portland Branch Being Organized to
Handle All Vessels.
W. E. Carrick has arrived from the
San Francisco office of W. R. Grace
& Co. to assume charge of disbursing
ships of the 'fleet, attending to the
assembly of cargo and such details, and
probably will remain permanently.
George Eggers, who had those respon
sibilities temporarily as well as look
ing after the ships on Puget Sound, has
returned to Seattle. Captain J. E.
Itudden Is handling the cargo of the
steamer Santa Catalina as superintend,
ing stevedore, a task he will discharge
The Santa Catalina shifted from
Linnton to the Crown mill yesterday
to load flour. Word has been received
that the British steamer Colusa, of the
l'ortland-West Coast service, will be
here August 4, and the latter part of
the same month the Norwegian steamer
Cuzco will return.
"evs From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA, June 23. (Special.) The
Norwegian bark Alcides arrived tonight
from Callao in ballast.
The British steamer Tymeric arrived
this morning from San Pedro and went
to Westport to load lumber for Shang
hai. The tank steamers Catania and Mav
erick sailed today for California. '
The British steamer wtrathgarry ar
rived today from Noyc and will take
on lumber for Australia at the Ham
mond mill, Westport and Knappton.
She and the Tymeric, also arriving this
morning, were brought up the coast
by an independent pilot.
The gasoline schooner Randolph ar-
CITT LABORERS INFLICTING PENALTY ON NEGLIGENT PEOPEETY
- - -
Si. vVitr : ,rvf
1 At Work in Weed Patch on Northwest Corner of East Sixteenth and Haw-
t home the Cost of This VU1 Be A boat 75 Cents for Aetunl Service and
a Lot Penalty. , S Workmen Donblinir Up on Task on Belmont Street,
Between East Twenty-third and . East . Twenty-fifth Streets. 3 Another
Scene of Activity on Belmont Street, Between Twenty-third and Twenty
fifth Streets. -:
rived this morning from Coast points
and went to Portland.
The steam schooner ' Fairhaven ar
rives this afternoon from -San -Francisco
with cargo for Astoria and Port
land. ; ,
The tank steamer Asuncion sailed
this afternoon for California.
Fight Costs Steward $25. .
Louis Weiss, second steward on the
Grace steamer Santa Catalina was fined
$25 yesterday by Municipal Judge Stev
enson for an-alleged assault on Henry
Neiss, chef on the vessel. In the harbor,
June 11. Captain Speier, of the har
bor patrol, made the arrest. Neiss suf
fered a badly bruised and cut faoe and
a broken ankle. He was discharged
from the emergency hospital yester
day. . - ' -
' Pilot Commission Meets..
ASTORIA June 23. (Special.) The
State Pilot Commission held a meeting
today with all members present. After
granting renewals to Pilots John Pet
erson and John J. Anderson, the com
missioners left on their . annual trip
to the mouth of the river and for a
cruise over the pilot grounds. '
DVB TO ABKIVB.
Name. Fro Tral- ,
Alliance ......ureka ....In port
Yucatan J5an Dleso. ...... .In port
Beaver Los Anselos In Port
Breakwater Cooa Bay June 2J
Geo. W.Elder Eureka... June 20
KoieClty Xos Aneles June t
Roanoke Ban Diego ,,?e. ,
Bear..... Los Angeles July I
MJK TO DEfABI.
Name. Fr f1- '
Harvard..... S. F. to L. A. June ?
VSca,an KanDleso June 24
Tosemite SanFranclaco June
Yale."... 6. r.toUe June 20
Breakwater Cooa Bay June -7
oo. w Klder. ...Kureka June Je
rSSio 7.r!.....SanUieso ... June 30
Pa! .. ....... .Coos By July 1
Hoaiake""!!. Ban Dleo July 1
koafcuy ........ LoaAnsele. July 1
Roee city. ...... Anreles July 6
... .Coo. Bay IndT t.
EUROPEAN AND, ORIENTAL SERVICE.
ame. . .. "
G lenlochy London jf,!.1
Caruarvonahire. ...London .....July 1
Saxonia Hamburg July 21
Audaiusis Hamburg toept. 1
Belgravia Hamburg -Oct. 2 b
WraiUia Hamburg Imv .i
Kama. or - Date. .
Glenlocny f:ond?,, iij ,
Saxonia Hamburg July 2t
Cariiarvonehlre... .London. .........Aug. 2
Andaluaia Hamburg -S."" -1
Belgravia Hamburg -;ovA - J
Braailla.... ...... -Hamburg;...... -ov. - -a
Kama. i For D- '
Qulnault SSagway June 2J
Iboa L. V.-andV....Skasway July
i. ii. stetaon Skagway. July .
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. June 23. Arrived Steamer
Fairhaven. - from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamer Yosemite, for San Francisco via St.
Astoria. June 23. Sailed at 6 A. M.
Steamer Maverick, for San Francisco. Ar
rived at s- and left up at 8:50 A M.
British steamer Tymeric, from San Pedro.
Sailed at 8:30 A M. Steamer Catania, for
Port San Luia. Sailed at 10:30 A M-
SLeamer Asuncion, for El Seundo. Arrived
at 12:-3 and left up at 2 P. M. Steamer
Fairhaven. from San Francisco. Arrived at
4:15 P. M. British steamer Strathgarry,
San Francisco. June 23. Arrived at 5 A
U, steamer . Bear... front Portland, ' ' Ar
rived at 7 A. ' M- Steamer Klamath, from
Schooner Nokomis wrecked on Clipperton
Island February US. Crew saved.
Ipswich, June 21. Arrived French bark
Pni.innnlpin : from Portland.
Limerick. June 21. Arrived Norwegian
ship clvde. from Portland.
Quecnstown. June 21. Arrived British
hnrb "Ondlle. from Portland. June 22.
Arrived German ship . Terpsichore, from
Coos Bay, June 23. Arrived at 7 A. M.
Steamer Kreakwater. from .foruana.
Eureka, June 23. Arrived at 8 A. M.
Steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Portland via
Coos Bay. Sailed British steamer notniey,
for Columbia River.
San Pedro. June 2.1. Arrived Steamers
Multnomah and Willamette, from Portland.
Astoria. June 22. Arrived at G P. M.
Steamer Daisy, from San r ranclsco.
Yokohama, June . 20. Arrived Steamer
Persia, from San Francisco.
Seattle, Wasn., June 23. Arrived Steam-
era Admiral Watson. Hllonian, col. u.
Drake, Alvarauo. Hornet, irom ban r ran
clsco: Dolnhin. from Southeastern Alaska
Northwestern, from Southwestern Alaska.
Sailed Steamers Humboldt, for Southeast
em -Alaska; Tacoma Maru (Japanese), for
Hongkong ; Congress, for San Diego; Argyll,
for Port San Luis;XoL EvL. Drake, for San
" Nagasaki. "June" 50. Sailed Steamer
Gueme-ey. for San Francisco.
Shanghai, June 21; Sailed Steamer Yo
kohama Maru. for Tacoma
San Francisco, June 2S. Arrived Steam
ers Bear, from Portland; Klamath, from As
toria; Acme, from Coos Bay; Shoshone, from
Gravs Harbor; Queen Louise (British), from
Bellingliam; Wllhelmina, from Honolulu;
Montauan, from New York: Bandon, from
Yaquina Bay. - Sailed Steamer Sierra, tor
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
0:34 -A M....l feet8:0J A M...-0.1 foot
2:1S P. M o.S feet;7:43 P. M....3.D feet
' Columbia -River Bar Report. k
NORTH HEAD. - June 23. Condition at
the mouth of the liver at 5 P. M., smooth:
wind northwest, eight miles; weather cloudy.
21 HEN CUT WEEDS
City Hires Gang With Scythes
to Do Mowing.
CAMPAIGN TO BE PUSHED
As Work Is Progressing Inspectors
Are Posting Notices on Other
l Lots Fuss Expected When
People Get Bills.
Following . up the anti-weed cam
paign started by the city about ten
days ago, 21 men, equipped with new
scythes, were put to work yesterday
mowing the grass and weeds on
vacant property, where the owners
have refused or failed to do the work.
The men selected for the work are ex
perts with the scythes, and a large
number of lots were cleared during the
day. The work will be kept up from
now until the. middle of September with
increased vigor. Additional men will.
be put to work almost daily.
The scene of operations yesterday
was on vacant property in the district
bounded by Stark street on the north,
Hawthorne avenue on the south. Grand
avenue on the west, and East Thirtieth
street on the east. They will gradually
work out toward the suburbs, cutting
all weed patches as they go.
Law Compiled With.
The .property on which work is being
done Is that upon wnicn -cut-weea
notices were posted more than five
days ago in compliance with the city
ordinance. There are about 700 lots
on' which the time limit for cutting has
expired and upon which the work will
be done by the city at the expense of
the property owners as soon as the
force of workmen can reach them. As
work is progressing inspectors are out
posting notices on other property.
The activity of the city has had its
effect upon various property owners.
Weed cutting by private contract or by
property owners is in progress all over
the city. In some cases large owners
of property have put men to work,
thus staving off the city laborers who
would have done the work. In many
cases the cutting has been done
promptly upon the posting of a notice
by the city.
In many other cases the property
owners have ignored the notices. A
lively fuss is anticipated when these
people get their assessment notices. It
is said that the actual cost of cutting
the weeds under the city's system will
be about 75 cents a lot. To this will
be added 2 to cover the overhead cost,
making the total cost about $2.75 a lot.
By private contract, it is said, the work
could be done for much less.
This Is the first year the weed-cutting-ordinance
lias been enforced to the
letter and enforced throughout the
city. Last year there was much work
of this kind, but it was confined to a
few districts. It is the plan this year
to reach every weed patch in the city
at least once during the Summer.
OREGON NAVAL MILITIA LEAVES
. JULV 1 ON HONOLULU TRIP.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All poedtlons are reported at S P. M., Jon
- , S3 unless otherwise shown.)
Congress for Seattle, off Umatilla light
ship. John A Hooper.. Meadow Point for Ab
erdeen. 18 miles south of Cape Flattery.
Maverick. Portland for San Francisco, 121
miles south of Columbia River.
Catania, Portland for San Francisco, 430
miles north of San Francisco. -
Asuncion. Columbia River for Richmond,
10 miles north of Yaquina Head.
Roma. Port San - Luis -for Vancouver. 20
miles north of Columbia River.
Lansing. Nome for San Francisco, 106d
miles north of San Francisco.
Senator. Nome for Seattle, 7S5 miles out
g P. M. June 22.
Victoria. Nome for Seattle, 84o miles from
Cape Flattery S P. 11. June 22.
Args le. Seattle for San Francisco, 90 miles
Spokane. . Alaska, ports for Seattle, off
Falcon. Port Angeles for San Pedro 20
miles east . of Anacapa island.
Roanoke, San . Diego for San Pedro, nine
miles east of San Pedro.
- Redondo.1 San Pedro for Ean Diego, 20
miles south of San Pedro.
Harvard, passed Point Hueneme 6:25 P.
M., San Pedro for San- Francisco. -
Buck. Everett for San Francisco, 562 miles
from Everett. '
Parragut, Seattle for San Francisco, 160
miles north .ot San' Francisco.
Porter, Monterey for Portland. 314 miles
north of San Francisco. .". '
96noma. Sydney for San Francisco, 974
miles out, June 22.
- Mataonia. San Francisco for Honolulu, 1B54
miles out. June 22.
Korea. San Francisco for Honolulu. 91?
miles out. Jane 22.
HanaleL - San Francisco for Eureka. 10
miles north of Point Reyes.
Chatham, Port Ludlow for San Francisco,
seven miles south of Point Reyes.
-Klamath. San Francisco for San Pedro,
10 miles south of Point Montara.
Captain A.- F. Lucas, Richmond for Seat
tle. 15 miles north of Point Reyes.
Washtenaw. San Luis for San Francisco,
120 miles south of San Francisco.
City of Para. Balboa for Saa Francisco,
99 miles from San Francisco.
Organisation Is Placed Under Federal
Control by Secretary Men to Be
Paid 25O0 This Year.
Applicants for enlistment in the Ore
gon Naval Militia aboard the U. S. S.
Boston after tonight will not be per
mitted to make the annual cruise from
Puget Sound to Honolulu on the cruiser
Milwaukee. Lieutenant - Commander
Blair said last night that 62 men had
been enlisted since the cruise was ar
ranged, and of 21 others some were
passed on last night and the others
will be examined tonight.
Members of the organization were
highly elated yesterday on learning
that the Secretary of the Navy had tele
graphed an official acceptance -of the
Oregon Naval Militia under the pro
visions of the Naval Militia bill passed
by Congress In February. The step
means that the organization is equipped
and complies in every way with the
standard for bringing it under t eaerai
Action was taken on the receipt of
a report from Lieutenant R. R. Smith,
U. S. N., who conducted a rigid inspec
tion aboard the Boston two nights last
week. As one result of the official ac
ceptance the Naval Militia will be paid
about J2500 by the Government this
year. Similar Inspections must be
imrrmI a.t least once a year.
Telegraphic instructions also have
been received for tne cruise. ino
militiamen leave Portland at 8:30
nVlnr.k the morning of July 1 for Ta
coma, traveling by rail. They will em
bark on the Milwaukee there between
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Beaches and Fishing Streams
Kesorts where the "Call f the Wild"
and the Life Outdoors can be fully en
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camping grounds. V
Season and Week-End Fares
Season tickets, Portland toGarlbaldl Beachi....I 4
Week-end, Portland to Garibaldi Beaches. .00
Individual f ivo-rlde commutation books to
Garibaldi Beaches I-0'
Low round-trip season and week-end fares to other
Double Train Service
Leaves Union Depot i:55A.M.
Leaves Union Depot 1:S9P. M.
Parlor Observation Car on "Seashore
Special," leaving Portland 1:30 P. M.
Good Fiahing in the Salmonberry and
as well as other TUamook County streams.
"Tried and True." with a wealth ef
natural scenery, healthful drives, elen
did beaches and numerous near-by
points of Interest: Lighthouse. Xvll's
- lunchbowl. Real Recks, etc.
Special Low Round-Trip-Sestson and WW
Improved Train Service
leaves Albany dally
Leaves Corvaills dally....
Leaves Alhsnv dally ex. "-mday I t P M
Leaves Corvaills daily e. f unuay 1 P. M.
Connection in arte at Alhsnr end Cer
valls with K P. tralna
Sunday Excursion Train
Leaves Albany evsry Hundar at T:s A. M, Cnrvallli
S.0 A. 1 returning Irom Newport same renins.
Good FUhlng Stream Along the CAE.
.I II A. M.
' S3 ItOCJiD TRIP
From Portland, lacludlag
P r o p o r 1 1 onate fares
other points. Delightful,
springs and resort easily
reached via 8. P. through
M o I a 1 1 a, where auto
stages connect. Special
stage and train service
every Sunday. Leaves
Wilhoit Springs 5 P. M.:
arrives Portland 8:15
P. M. Hotel accommoda
tions, good meals, reason
able rates. Camping priv
ileges for nominal charge.
See Oregon First
A most unique natural
?henomnon. Sow feet Seep.
239 feet abeve ea lel.
:uod accommodations and em.
lent camplns srtfu"da.
FROM JI LY 1 TO HUT. Ii.
Hosud-lrlp tarea Vons I'ert
Is ad, SJI.SS.
Oae TVay Via Weed, Retora
Via Medlerd, .ll..
Low Fares Other oiuiv
Dally train service te Med
ford, thence auto Monuay.
Wednesday and Frldnj; or
Dally train service. Port
land to Klameta Vails:
thence by trnlo Monday,
Wednesday and Friday
Klamath Falls to Chlloqulns
thence amo Cblloqule te
VACTIO! It Tft
HAST A aruloM.
In Ine ghasta rest) are
resorts te suit all kind ef
en tins entnsetaete
taln-ellmblns. huntlna. fish
Ins, mineral ei-rlnsa. he!
prince and mud bathe. A
few of the leee a ret Delta,
Urnvino, Slinma. Sveet
ttrtar. srnella. Cutis Reek.
(asNle Crace, Dunemulr. t.
per fade sprlnss, Shasta Re.
treat. Shasta Sprlnsa Mett.
Kleeaa end Shasta Meeslala
tOW Rfrjfl.TRIP T1.
ET TO 111 roiJii.
FOR SHORT TRIPS TRY THESE
A most delishtful short
trip outlns spot. 30 minutes
from Portland on the alectrlo
To Oswego (on sale dally) "Bo
f fail' SUNSET I
I fOGDENfrSHASTAl I
1 I ROUTES I
Kalelgh. on the 8. P.
electric line, 1 s located
the Portland Golf Club.
Tualatin Golf Club, on
S. P. electrlo Una
trains dally to and from
Te MrMlnnillle aa (be
Hie Hrd Meet klm-lrka tar.
Malta this lrl any day or
Funtlnv afternoon n the spe
cial "lop'' tre'n. from Vnt"
Depot at I P. St., Fourth and
Yamhill, 1 o, ret
tirov. returning Via Nee
Week-end or Puaday
fare, rottnd-trtp ii
Dally, ts-day far J te
REACHES. MOCKTAIW RKSORTS AKD HOT Pnif.g rraphlrally deerrlbed In our
Illustrated booklet,-"Vacation Days"' free on receipt of postal card. Booklets on Til
lamook County beaches and Newport can be obtained from any agent or
Joha M. Scott. Geaeral Paaaeaaer A Beat. PertlaaeV, Oretes.
II I ... . . .. 1 . .... .
2 and 3 o'clock that afternoon, and
proceed to Seattle to tase on ta vyu
ington Naval Militia at 6 o'clock, put
ting to sea at 10 o'clock that night,
bound for the metropolis of the Ha
waiian group. All Oregon men have
been told to report Tuesday night for
final instructions and to have uniforms
and equipment Inspected. The Wash
ington Militia probably will have a
strength of 250 and Oregon will be
represented by 175 men.
Lieutenant Smith says thst with Fed
eral support assured the Oregon di
visions should muster 500 men by the
time of the 191S cruise.
FOtR SAILORS AltRIVK OUT
Squareriggers Have Not Made Fast
Passages This Season.
Cables to the Merchants Exchange
yesterday reported that the French
bark La Hochejaqueleln reached
Ipswich, the Norwegian ship Clyde
made Limerick and the British bark
Crocodile arrived at Queenstown June
21 while the following isy the Ger
man ship Terpsichore showed up at
Queenstown. AH were grain laden.
The La Rochejaqueleln got away
from the Columbia River1 February 7.
and the Clyde was out from January
3 while the Crocodile put to sea Jan
uary 28. and the Terpsichore February
15. There are no fast passages being
made this season, but a number of
average voyages have been recorded
and that of the British bark Thistle
bank. 166 iays. is the longest.
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