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TTT-p MORXTVG CVRFOON7AX. MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914,
UNDAY CLAIMS 2
Frank Fallon and H. Massinger
Seek Water Diversions
AGE OF EACH IS 20 YEARS
First Fatality Results Prom Effort
of Canoeist to Obtain Tow
From Lannoh Second Occurs
In Sell wood Swimming Tank.
Two water tragedies occurred yes
terday afternoon, which resulted In
the death of Frank Fallon and H. Mas
einser. Frank Fallon was drowned
from a canoe while trying to get a
tow from a launch, while Masslnger's
death resulted from heart failure while
in swimming in the Sellwood park
Frank Fallon, 20 years old, of 147
Fast Twelfth street, was drowned
In the Willamette River when
a canoe In which he was riding with
Tom Johnson was overturned almost
under the Harriman bridge. Fallon and
Johnson threw a line to a launch from
the cruiser Boston. The line became
entangled and the speedy launch jerked
the canoe over. Johnson was rescued
by the launch crew, but Fallon went
down quickly in 100 feet of water.
Fallon Thrown Line.
Fallon and Johnson sighted the
launch and hailed the occupants to give
them a tow. As the vessel approached,
Fallon, seated in the bow, threw a line.
The rope fell short, but struck a pro
jecting beam on the side of the launch
The force of the throw wrapped the
line about the beam. The launch was
moving rapidly and when it had caught
up the slack In the rope the canoe was
jerked and overturned.
Johnson easily was picked up, but
when the launch crew threw a line to
Fallon he could not reach it. The men
on the launch were members of the
Naval Militia, which uses the Boston
as a training ship. Fallon was a gun
ner's mate in the militia.
City Grapplrr Brady was called im
mediately and worked all afternoon try
ing to recover the body. At 5 o'clock
last evening the body had not been re
covered and a wind made the work
The practice of taking tows from
launches lias become common with the
more reckless boatmen this Summer,
though discouraged by all clubs of ex
perienced oarsmen and canoeists.
MlMliiKfr tirieei From Mapper.
Henry Massinger. 20 years old, brother
of Martin Massinfrer, of 4&i TibbetU
street, and son of I'hilip Massinger, who
lives near Oregon City, went swimming
after supper last night with several
companions. They entered the tank
about 6:30 o'clock. About half an hour
later Massinger'B companions left Ihe
tank, promising to bring the key of the
locker to him as soon as they were
On returning, Massinger was not to
be seen. It whs growing dusk and
the bottom of the tank was no longer
visible. Attendants began dragging and
soon pulled the body from that part of
the tank where the water is only four
and a half feet deep.
The Pacific Telephone Company's pul
motor was secured and Dr. Roy S.
Stearns also helped in an attempt to re
vive the young man.
Only a cupful of water was secured
from his lungs. Dr. Stearns attributed
death to entering the water so soon
Massinger must have- g ne under
without a sound, u the park attend
ants were present all the time. Only
20 persons were in the tank at the time
and had there been any call for help
it would have been heard.
Henry Hewitt, Jr.. was In charge of
the tank nt the time. Massinger seemed
to be in trouble earlier in the evening
and Hewitt went over and told him he
ought to get out. He was then blue
from exhaustion. That was shortly be
fore 7 o'clock.
appearance, having been Invited by the
trustees of the church to deliver the
sermon. He took as his text the 13th
chapter, 13th verse of I Corinthians.
"Love as portrayed in this verse Is
the most exalted of all emotions," de
clared Mr. Werlein. "Love being the
true Christian attribute, the golden
rule naturally would apply as our
guide for our conduct to our neigh
bors, to our city, state and Nation.
Frequently we are shocked to find a
twisting of these words to the applica
tion 1 must do others for fear they
will do me.'
"Living at this time, in a period
wherein there is lack of true applica
tion of placing ourselves in the other
fellow's place, confidence to a certain
extent has been destroyed. With every
evidence of prosperity, bountiful crops
and the banks groaning with their
weight of gold, a cry of hard times is
"Who Is to blame for this condition?
We ought to be a Nation in the height
of prosperity. Yet pessimism has sup
planted optimism. This Is true prin
cipally because the golden rule and
Its application have been forgotten."
m..U.ii.T c. I IDE-
Order of Secretary Daniels
Makes Dismissal Penalty
in Time of Peace.
BUSINESS PLAN ADOPTED
On Sale Special Today
SALEM ROUE VEXES
R. H. PEASE FINDS ROAD TO PORT
LAND SURPRISINGLY BAD.
Head of Goodyear Rubber Compnnj
Marvels at Rough Stretch Found
on Auto Trip Near Capital.
"Portland is the best paved city I
have ever seen, and, considering this, I
can't see why there are not better roads
between here and Salem," said R. H.
Pease, president of the Goodyear Rub
ber Company and good roads enthusiast,
who has Just arrived by automobile
from San Francisco.
"We had a spdendld trip," said Mr.
Pease, "but I was really surprised at
the bad roads we struck in the 50-mile
stretch from Salem to Portland. They
are apparently no better than three
years ago. when I made the same trip.
"We left San Francisco last Thurs
day morning and drove to Willetts. In
the party were Mrs. Pease and my son.
R. H. Pease, Jr., in one car and Mr. and
Mrs. S. L Abbott In another. From
Willetts we went through the big red
wood district to Eureka. We took the
coast road from there to Crescent City,
then crossed the Coast Range to Med
ford via Grants Pass.
"From Medford we drove to Crater
Lake. We went on to Klamath Falls
from the lake, intending to go through
Bend and Central Oregon points to The
Dalles and then down the Columbia.
"The prospect of a 200-mile drive
through the desert didn't appeal to the
ladies, however, so we came back to
Medford. From there we came to Hose
burg. We left Roseburg Saturday morn
ing and got Into Portland at 10 o'clock
"We found lots of good roads
through Oregon, some bad roads and
some indifferent. In stretches we could
see the progress of the work on the
Pacific Highway, but there are other
stretches where little work has been
"From Salem we took the road up the
west side to Portland, as people told
us the east road was almost impassable.
When we reached the Yamhill River
we found that the old wooden brldgo
liad fallen of its own weight only an
hour before we arrived. Another auto
mobile had crossed It, the people
around there said, and it had fallen
few minutes later. We had to cross the
river In a small ferry.
"This is the third time I have mo
tored from San Francisco to Portland
and each time I find lots of changes,
Kspeci. iy do 1 notice a different atti
tude of the farmers toward automobil-
i.its. Five years ago they were out
with a gun every time they saw
machine, but now 60 per cent of them
have cars of their own and tho farm
crs are very hospitable."
Mr. Pease will be In Portland during
most of this week. He expects to motor
on to Tacoma and Seattle if the roads
in that direction are in good condition
Provisions Made So Men Can Leave i
Service When They Desire and
Offenders Can Be Dropped
or Put on Probation.
WASHINGTON. July 26 Abolition of
imprisonment for desertion from the I
Navy in times of peace was ordered
today by Secretary Daniels.
Under the new regulation, bluejack- j
ets who overstay their leave or commit
similar breaches of discipline, will be
summarily dismissed instead of being '
sent to prison, while men who become j
dissatisfied with the service and want
to quit may have an honest discharge
by merely refunding certain enlistment
The Secretary announced today that
the Navy now had practically a full I
quota, 51,348 enlisted men, compared
with a shortage of more than 4000 IS
months ago. and that the time to take
the step had come.
Statement Is Issued.
In a statement announcing the new
order he said:
"Enlistments in the Navy have al
ways been for a definite period at
present four years and it has always
been difficult and at times impossible
for men to terminate their contract of
enlistment by honest discharge before
the enlistment expired. If a man re
mained absent from his ship or duty
after leave had been granted him, this
made him a deserter and, on conviction,
involved a prison sentence.
"After careful and thorough consid
eration, and after a referendum in
which the opinions of many of the
highest officers in the Navy were ob
tained, the Secretary became convinced
that this general situation was unten
able, and not In keeping with modern
business ideas. The new order is in
accordance with the opinions expressed
by a majority of the officers of tho
Navy, whose views were invited and
whose long experience enabled them to
speak with authority.
SUNDAY TEACHERS MEET
Gathering: in Millard-Avenue Church
Sunday school teachers of the Mount
Bcott district met yesterday and last
night at the annual institute of Dis
trict No. 9. Oregon Sunday School As
sociation, held In Millard-a venue Pres
Mrs. S. W. Ormsby. a state field
worker, and Miss Alice Clark were the
afternoon speakers and Dr. Earl Else,
William Piatt and Rev. Charles A.
Phipps spoke at night.
Mrs. Ormsby's topic was " 'Teen Age
Classes." The speaker laid stress upon
the necessity of dividing the classes Into
groups, with each pupil having a sep
arate mission to perform. Miss Clark
spoke on "The Cradle Roll."
Dr. Else's topic was "The Workers
Meeting In the Graded Class." Mr. Plat
told of the work of the organized men's
Bible classes during the past year and
discussed Its probable future. Mr.
Phipps delivered his address on "Some
Modern Problems." which dwelt on the
necessity of the Sunday schools pro
curing and training good teachers. A
lunch was served at S o'clock.
BILL'S PASSAGE IS URGED
ASTORIA MEKTIIVG ACTS 0. RIVERS
AND HARBORS MEASUKU.
Orrfcon Dr legation ( il to Work for
VmrnmrnKf and Recommendations
of Ensiueer Indomed.
DIVERSION OF FUND DENIED
Mine Federation Commissary Mana
ger Says Vouchers Will Show.
DENVER, Colo.. July 2. Delegates to
the biennial convention here of the
Western Federation of Miners listened
Saturday to a denial by John L. Hen
oessy. general manager of the commis
sary of the federation In Michigan, of
charges made by dissenting members of
the Butte, Mont., local and brought be
fore the convention by a member of the
Butte delegation that strike relief
funds of the federation had been di
verted by officers of the organization.
Mr. Hertnessy assured the delegates
that vouchers for every cent expended
were in the hands of the various local
secretaries. A committee was appointed
to draft a resolution expressing confi
dence in the integrity of the officers
of the federation.
J. E. WERLEliN IN PULPIT
Layman Takes "Charity" as Text
and Points Absence of Golden Rule.
'We take the Holy Bible and at times
will say, 'Oh, yes, this Is a great book.
It':: a good book, I accept It as the
tri th.' " said J. E. Werlein In a ser
in: n delivered yesterday morning at
the Atkinson Memorial Church, "but
wl en it comes to the plan of salva
tion I will work that out to suit my
awn particular ideas, regardless of the
ho y writings."
It was Mr. Werleln's first pulpit
ASTORIA, Or., July 26. (Special.)
The following resolution, adopted here
at a mass meeting last Friday night,
has been teelgraphed to members of the
Oregon delegation in Congress:
"Resolved, That we, the members of
the Port of Columbia Commercial Club
and citizens of Astoria, Or., insist on
the Immediate passage by the Senate
of the United States of the rivers and
harbors bill now pending, and hereby
request the United States Senators
from Oregon and their colleagues of
Washington, Idaho, Montana. California
and Nevada to bend every errort to this
end," reads the resolution. "Improve
ments of vital importance to the Pa
cific Coast ports and inland waterways
depend upon the speedy availability of
the appropriations embraced in this
"Resolved. That we have implicit con
fidence in the recommendations of the
United States engineers who have given
favorable reports on the various proj
ects embraced In the pending hill, and
that we go on record as favoring lib
eral expenditure of public money to
provide water transportation for Inte
"Resolved. That we believe there Is
no 'pork' in the appropriation items
relating to Pacific Coast projects, and
that so far as other projects are con
cerned we accept the judgment of the
United States engineers, meanwhile
calling the attention of the United
States Senate to the fact that the River
Clyde, from Glasgow to the sea. was
once a shallow, unimportant stream,
possibly Its Improvement might once
have been classed as 'pork.' It now
floats millions of annual commerce.
"Resolved. That we remind our Sen
ators that the port of Astoria Is ex
pending approximately Jl, 000, 000 for
the construction of the greatest mu
nicipal docks on the Pacific Coast: that
the Hill system of railways is building
ocean docks and terminals here which
will cost several millions and that the
citizens of a tributary region of 300,000
square miles in area are vitally con
cerned in the appropriation which shall
open the Columbia River to free and
uninterrupted navigation from its
mouth to the interior.
"Also that the organization of steam
boat lines to navigate said river and
its tributaries depends upon the early
completion of the Celllo Canal, an ap
propriation for which is included in
Evils Are Cited.
"The old plan involving long impris
onment created among enlisted men a
feeling that during their term of en
listment, if they desired to leave the
Navy, they were as if In bondage. Fur
thermore, this feeling on the part of
tho men that their services were re
quired and they would be retained In
the Navy, regardless of their conduct,
doubtless in a large measure accounted
for much of the absence over leave or
absence without leave and other of
fenses which would never be tolerated
in any well-organized business on
shore, but which have at times been
quite prevalent in the service.
"The Secretary recognizes that the
Navy is in time of peace a very large
business organization, that any feeling
of compulsory detention or bondage on
the part of the enlisted force is unde
sirable: that the service offers so many
advantages, especially to those desir
ing to make of it a life work or secure
a practical education, that It can be
kept fully recruited with men who are
willing to obey, and the department,
therefore, holds that over-stayed leave.
drunkenness on shore or similar of
fenses indicate merely that the offender
is unfit for the service.
"In order not to be too drastic, the
order permits commanding officers, in
their discretion, to hold a first offender
on probation on reduced pay for periods
of from six to 12 months, but on repe
tition of the offense he is summarily
In order to promote the reformation
of men who may lose pay by sentence
of court-martial, it Is provided that
those who serve through and receive an
honorable discharge on its termnlatlon
will have remlttted all pay lost by sen
tence of court-martial during that en
The naval prisons and disciplinary
barracks last year cost about $1,000. 000.
Under the new plan this cost will be
greatly reduced and before a great
while will be very small." ,
j&arden Hose, Trunks, Suitcases, Bags, Ladies' Handbags. Your chance to save
Double "S. & H." Trading Stamps all day.
WHAT ONE NEEDS IN JULY.
"Wood-Lark" Freckle Ointment Sl.OO
Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream 50c 75c
Imperial Glove Cleaner 25C
Borated Talcum Powder, pound 250
U-ar-das Bath of Benzoin 35c and 50c
Manillne (nail bleach) -4 Of
Peroxide Tooth Paste for whitening the
Cla-Wood Peroxide Dental Cream 25c
Egyptian Complexion Lotion $1.00
Straw ine clean up that old hat 25(
Peerless Almond Cream 25c and 50c
Mosquito Lotion 25c
Egg Shampoo 25c
Lemon Sugar makes a cooling drink 250
Parowax for sealing rrult Jars LUC
First-Aid Kit 25C Jl.OO
Thermos Lunch Kit is .'-
Witch Hazel Dickinson's best quart ... .40c
Toxido Poison Oak Remedy 25c
A Good Alarm Clock Sl.OO
Sterne's Verbena Bath Tablet Soap IOC
something new try It 3 for 25c
A Japanese Sponge the Loof ah... Bo "nil 9 c
One Cross Razor and one dozen blades .... 4 I O
Bathing Caps from 250 to $2.75
Cowhide Suitcase: regular 68, special
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS DRUGS AND PATENTS.
Denatured Alcohol 190
Glycerine and Rose Water ISO
Crude Carbolic Acid 1C
Merck Boric Acid 19o
Mixed Bird Seed, special 200
Absorbent Cotton 210
Compound Licorice Powder 190
Dutch Cleanser 7C
Chloride Lime SO
Concentrated Lye 70
Gum Camphor 5o
Moth Balls 60
50c Bromo Seltzer 33
50c Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 35c
50c Scott's Emulsion $7o
11.00 Pierce's Prescription fiOo
11.00 Swamp Root OSC
$1.00 Warner's Safe Cure (!
50c Sloan's Liniment ilSIC
50c Wizard Oil 390
50c Hanford's Balsam Myrrh :!
$1.00 Ozomulslon G9o
$1.00 Hydrolelne flC
$100 Glycothymollne 6iC
-All sizes and
-Many varieties and at
"WISS" is the kind of Scissors you want fully guaranteed BOO I'P
POCKET KNIFE Regular
$1. special 830
FOI N'TAIN SYRINGE-Regular
$1.25, special .. -98C
-All sizes, all shades, and all
WASH CLOTHS AND HOLDER Ear
h. .100 I
1 Razor (will cut a hair)
Special this week
. 1.50 $S.7S
Delicious Drinks and Quiet Lunches.
BANDAGES AND TRUSSES EX
CI ALT Y.
tjyiJj Low Rate Excursion
and Circuit Tours East
Brothers Accused of Collusion
to Deprive Plaintiff of
TAX LIEN IS FORECLOSED
AEarconl Wire lee Report.
(All positions reported at S 1. M., July 26,
unless otherwise shown.;
Geo. W. Elder, Portland for Coos Bay, 8
miles south of Tillamook Hock.
Stetson. Portland for skagway. 6 miles
west of Cape Flattery.
Catania, Portland for Port San Luis, off
Richmond, Seattle for Richmond, 586 miles
from Richmond. .
Beaver. Portland for San Francisco, 28
miles south of Columbia Raver lighthouse.
Governor. San Francisco for Seattle, via
Victoria, US miles north of Cape Blanco.
El Segundo, Richmond for Seattle, 440
miles north of San Francisco.
Maverick. SI Segunao for Portland, s.'
miles south of Columbia River.
Admiral Watson, Seattle for San Fran
cisco, off Cascade Head.
Santa Rita. Port San Luis for Seattle, 405
miles north of San Francisco.
San Ramon, Portland for San Francisco,
If miles north of Cape Blanco.
Panne San Francisco for Portland, 30
miles north of Coos Bay.
Klamath. Portland for San Francisco. 10
miles north of Blanco.
Roma. Belllngham for San Francisco,
males east of Flattery.
H. T. Scott, Tacoma for San Pedro, off
Victoria. Seattle for Nome, off Step Point.
Newport, Balboa for San Francisco, 160H
miles south of San Francisco, S P. M.,
Pectan. Port Harford for Chile, 731 miles
south of Port Harford at 8 P. M.. July 25.
Yucatan, San Francisco for Ban Pedro, 12
miles east of Santa Barbara.
Aroline, San Francisco for San Pedro. 15
miles west of Santa Barbara.
Yale, San Pedro for San Francisco, passed
Point Hueneme at 6:12 P. M.
Minoi. Honolulu for San Francisco, 700
miles out, 8 P. M. July 25.
Topeka. Eureka for San Francisco, 47
miles south of Cape Mendocino.
Hooper, San Francisco for Grays Harbor,
51 miles north of Point Reyes.
Hazel Dollar, Orient for San Pedro, 300
miles from San Pedro.
Celilo. San Francisco for Portland, UO
miles north of San Francisco.
Ktlbum, San Francisco for Eureka, 14
miles south of Point Arena.
Oleum, San Francisco for Port San Luis.
in miles north of Port San Luis.
President. Seattle for San Francisco, off
Multnomah. San b ranclsco lor Astoria, ju
miles north of Point Reyes.
Redondo. Coos Bay for San Francisco, 60
miles north of San Francisco.
Adeline Smith. Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco. 35 miles north of San Francisco.
Pennsylvania, Balboa for San Francisco,
60 miles south of San Francisco.
Grace Dollar. San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, 56 miles south of San Francisco.
Columbia. San Francisco for Aberdeen, off
Former Kutlrcriuc Clemmons Says
George Used $17.02 Interest as
Excuse for Taking $800.00(1
Property of Howard.
NEW YORK, July 26. Collusion by
George 3. Gould and Howard Gould to
deprive Katherine Clemmons Gould of
her dower rights in the estate of her
former husband, Howard Gould, is
charfred in the answer she has filed
to a civil action brought by George J.
Gould against his brother, Howard, and
herself, it became known today.
The action seeks the foreclosure of
a Hen on Howard Gould's property
on Fifth avenue, in which his former
wife has dower right, under the de
creo of separation from her husband.
During the years 1909 to 1912, the
answer alleges. Howard Gould, though
possessing an annual income of 41,000.
000, neglected to pay taxes on this
property, which is valued at $800,000.
On the advertisement of the tax lien
for sale November 13, 1913. the answer
continues, George J. Gould bought it
for the account, and benefit of Howard
Gould. On the failure of Howard Gould
to pay $17. C2 interest on January 1,
1914, George J. Gould declared the en
tire Hen due, and began foreclosure
against Howard Gould and Katherine
Dismissal of the action and relief,
consisting In a declaration by the court
that the two brothers were acting in
collusion, that the title under the tax
lien be merged In the title to the prop
erty, that Howard Gould be directed
to pay his taxes and assessments, and
enjoined from selling or incumbering
his property by tax liens or otherwise.
Is asked for by Katherine Clemmons
By terms of the separation decree,
she receives $3000 monthly alimony and
her dower rights in case Howard Gould
dies before her.
Chicago . $72.50
St Louis. 70.00
Kansas Gty 60.00
St. Joseph 60.00
Sioux City 60.00
Colo. Springs 55.00
Pittsburgh $ 91.50
Portland, Me. 1 1 0.00
New York 108.50
Daily Until Sept. 30th
Uberal Stopovers Return Until Oct. 31st
These fares may be utilized to many other destinations and for
Circuit Tours through the West that will include Denver, Omaha,
Kansas City, Minneapolis, St. Paul, St Louis, Chicago.
4 Through Trains
Over the Burlington
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED: Great Northern - Burlington - train de hws to
Chicago, 300-mil daylight scenic rids along the upper Mississippi.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS: Northern Pacific Burlington to Chicago, iris the
Twin Cities, arriving Chicsgo at noon, for connection with all ooo-escass-fars
and limited trains beyond.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LIMITED: Northmrn Pacific Burlington the direct
Southeast line through Billings, to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City and St. Louis.
SOUTHEAST EXPRESS: Great Northern Burlington via Billings and direct
Southeast main line, to Denver, Omaha and Kansas City.
In planning your Journey, consult th Red Folder; It will
Sulcklr show you how well Burlington lines from Minneapolis,
t. Pul, Billings Denver, may be utilised In elroult tour, or
address the nearest agent or the undersigned.
K. W. IOMK1I, Orn'l Agent
No. I0U Third Nt.. Portland, Or.,
Telephone. Main Stilt; Home A 1S4J
SOCIAL SERVICE IS URGED
Kditor or Kptrortli Herald Wants
Churclies to Iiiercast" Features.
Recreation and social service de
partments for every Methodist Episco
pal Church was strongly urgred by Dr.
Daniel B. Brumraltt, editor of the Ep
worth Herald, in a stirring address at
Centenary Methodist Church last night.
Dr. Brummltt told of the Infancy of
the Epworth League, of Its struggles
and accomplishments, and of how the
church elders frowned upon It when
the league was first organized, be
cause, he said. It had a recreation and
social service department.
"Through all its early trials and
struggles the Epworth League has
achieved wonderful results," declared
the editor-minister, "and today the
recreation and social service depart
ment Is recognized by nearly all the
leading Methodist churches of this
country. While this branch of church
life is now confined almost entirely
to the league, the time Is coming when
the church, as a body, will have Its
recreation and social service branches
Social service and recreation must
made a part of the church.
"The department of Mercy and Help
maintains throughout the Nation, at
an annual expense of $15,000 In the
State of Ilinois alone, deaconess
homes, homes for the aged, homes for
the feeble and hospitals for the sick.
"Visits are made regularly to the
homes and hospitals where membors
of the church or neighborhood are 111
and help Is given to needy persons. I
strongly urge. In closing, that th
churches extend this department of
social service and recreation, and. if
this is accomplished, the Methodist
Church In this country has a far
greater future," concluded Dr. Brummltt.
Gasoline Boat Starts New Service.
LEWISTON. Idaho. July 26. (Spe
cial.) Captain MacFarlr.ne announced
that the new passenger boat. Wild
(loose, will be placed in service this
be week. This boat will be devoted ex
clusively to passenger travel and will
ply between Asotin, Clarkston and
Lewlston. It Is 42 feet long, 6 feet 6
Inches beam and Is equipped with a 76
horsepower gasoline engine. Captain
Peterson will take charge of the boat
when placed In operation.
Pe Ell Frnnchlse Sought.
PE ELL, Wash., July 26. (Special.)
Messrs. Bobo and Shepherd, business
men of this city, have presented a
franchise ordinance to the Pe Ell City
Council for the building of a new
water system. The franchise is for a
term ol 50 years and the matter will
be considered by the Council at an
If it is the skin-
-use Santlseptlc Lotion-
Lewis Luckenhach, San Francisco
firavs Harbor, 277 miles north of
Argyll, San Francisco for Seattle, 230 1
mli.fi north of San Francisco.
Fifteld, San Francisco for Bandon, three
miles north of Blunts Kcef.
Farraa-ut. San Francisco for Seattle, off
I p. i f nianco.
Colusa. San Francisco for ' Seattle, 288 1
miles north of San t ranclsco.
Speedwell. Coos Bay for San Francisco,
320 miles north of San FTancisco.
Nann Smith, San Francisco for Coos Bay.
270 miles north of San Francisco.
Lefrcjett. Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
25 miles north of Cape Blanco.
Lucas. Point Orient for San Francisco.
10 miles south of Cope Blanco.
Buck, Monterey for Everett, 435 miles
north of Monterey.
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Frout halt I'ranelBcu by cruising
... ' all nacaaaarjr expenses
,ii order to MM rhoire leu..
jouuie auuutd urn l,ourtl hum.
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una av. 1'iiuoe billion
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Aug. IS M
TraTrlrrs' lirrks tlond AHsBsfl
All Over tha World. fjeWmT
Hobeti (aprlle, ) TilirlEifl
A . San Francisco. nm taaasfl
or lotted ag, nla.
London Paris Bremen
Kronirlns t illielns
KaUer Itllhrlm II..
.sails it 1 A. M. i carries) (I.
and (III) cabin Bremen dt
reot. Bait lmn re-firemen direct.
One-.abn (II) Wednesdkg
ll' lllll (,t 9
i mou.n lata, f .-, Egypt, India
New York to AJt b.ksl and
South America wat
Independent Trips Around
win mil the World
throughout $620.65 1 Up
B T K A M E R T. J. I'll I I I: II
leave f'urtliind. Aah-atraet
rioclt. dally, except Saturday
and S'inday, K A. M : Saturday
only, 1 1. M.. for Mi-iclcr. Loaves
Mejtler :. P. .M. dully, . wo, t
Saturday and Sunday. Sunday
only, 9 P. M.
TBAatn ItAMMAI.O leaves
Portland dally, exrept Sundav.
9 on p. m., for Megrlar, via
Astoria. Leaves Mealer dally,
except Sunday and Monday s
A. M. Lnavag Mauler Sunday
only P. M.
M I; vui.it ii t it l;s r hi i (
leavea Portland dally, axegpt
Sunday, at S:00 P. it. Leaves
Astoria dally, exrept Sunday, at
8 A. M .
Make reservations Agh-atrert
Dock or City Th kil Office.
Third and WaghlriBton.
Phones Marshall 4300. A Sill
TltAVKLUItrv (.1 llti:
Los Angeles and Return
AUSTRALIA WEATHIR FINf
SAMOA AND (HORTCIT LIME
''SOUTH SEAS 0UICKEIT Tine
; Splendid steamers. IJorth 100A1. (10.000 torn dirpUol
, iyrjney Short Una sail'ne ewv tw weeks.
! $1 10 H3H91ULI' (ifeVJS SYDKE? 5300
1 Round trip, second dam SVDNE.V tin.
Various tours i 4u (mi Java. Chlag. Jsgar an Rauat
IhaWarW. deou ior (older.
OCEANIC 1 1 Ml I7J Marktt Sf Ml FRANCIIOt
RAILROAD TO SAN FRAX'IM (I.
connecting; with turbine steam.ihlpa
Vale and Harvard, lament and faatest
atrictly passenger ahlp flying; the Amer
ican flag. AveraKe etpeed Si mtlea per
hour. The ships with perfect ewrvlcea.
Friday, July 31
Limit Aug-. 10th.
FRANK OOLLAH, Urn
A Itlo Grande R.
Special one-way and round-trip rates.
Steamship sails direct 9 P. M.
MOMJAV, Ai 1,1 ST 3.
Few KenervAtlons Left.
Son Kranelnco. 1'urtlnnU aV l.oa AnKelea
FRANK BOLLAM. Airent.
124 TUiril Street. A-ir.Uii, Mala 30.
American -Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Via PAN IMA N M
SalllngM from New ', ,,rk
About 'iit-. 4 and lg.
Frelichl I. lac 4 la "M Al.KI.I.A.X."
Sailing" About F.verj 12 llaya.
Wratbound Frnea en lurk About
Kaatbound I'rora I'urtland About
C. D. KKNNKD1 , Ageat.
27U htark -r,, i.
New Coos Bay Line
Steamship sails direct Wednesday, July
29, for Marshfleld. North Bend, Empire
and San Franci.sco. Make reservation
FRANK BOLLAM, Pnaa. Asent.
Main 26. 124 3d Street. A 4696.
Frelicht Office, Alber'a Dock No. 3.
Main 5S63. A 4012.
Leaves WaahinBrton-atrrei lock at 1
A- M Dally. Except Friday, for
Astoria and Way Landings
Returninx. Leaves Astoria at 1:61 I' Jet
Fare tl vu Ivacli Way. Main 14M.
H. s. HKAVKH SAILS I'OK
A. M. Jul .
The San trun.Uro ti Portland - l ..
ltd and t a-liington M-. , , lib U.-AV. It. sk
N.. to.) Tel. Marshall 4&UII. A IM.
DRAIN TO COOS BAY.
Autoa run dally. Delightful trip rla
AlieaTany or the Ocean-beach route,
Wire reservations to
O. MATTOOM. Praia,
COOS BAY LINE
Balla from .lns.orih dock, pottland. I A M,
July 1. 111. IT. JS. 17, Aug. 1, 6. 11. in. II -M,
Freight and tlck-t offices Loner Amsa iilk
dock. Portland A Coos Hay r. S. Line.
L. U. KI.A1INU, Agent
Phone Main ItSou, A -JJ2.