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TUJZ MOTtXIXO OREGOXTAN. WEDNESDAY, JULY II. 1915.
SHIPPERS AND DOCK
Equalization of Charges on
Freight Handling to Be
Considered Here Soon.
PORTLAND COST HIGHER
Cliambcr and Others to Present to
longshoremen Erfect Kate Now
Prescribed Has on Port and
to Suggest Keadjustment.
Representatives of tho snipping: and
commercial bodies of Portland and of
the longshoremen's organizations will
hold a meeting in Portland within the
next few days to consider the matter
of equalization of f reight-handlins on
the waterfront here with the charges
In other Pacific Coast ports.
This meeting will be attended by
committees from the Portland Chamber
of Commerce, agents of the steamship
lines now operating out of the Colum
bia River and the following representa
tives of the men who handle freight on
the docks: T. V. O'Conner, president
of the' International Longshoremen's
Union; John Keene, president of the
Pacific Coast division of that organi
zation, and Andy Madsen, its secre
tary. For six weeks such a hearing has
been held at Seattle, and while Port
land has not had any information as
to what has transpired at those hear
ings, the results in the way of agree
ments as to charges for handling
waterfront tonnage will be made pub
Bnnlnms Men Favor Change.
When the committee convenes Port
land shippers will be ready to meet
this question. They will have the ac
tive support of a united body of busi
ness men who are members of the
Federation of Pacific Coast Water
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
has committed its members to a propo
sition tinder which charges for hand
ling freight on the waterfront will be
placed on an equality with competitive
ports on the Pacific Coast. The ac
tion was taken with the approval of
the 4000 members, most of them ship
pers of various lines of goods, and
will gain support of that many leaders
of the Portland business field behind
Charge ' Considered Excessive.
For many years Portland shippers
la water routes have been required
to pay much larger amounts for un
loading and loading cargoes on the
docks than is charged for the same
service at either Seattle or San Fran
cisco. While it Js an advantage to be able
to handle any freight as cheaply as
possible, the shippers recognize that
they can pay as high a scale as any
other port, and therefore are not ask
ing for a reduction in charges unless
a reduction Is necessary to place them
on the same basl9 as the shippers of
Seattle or San Francisco.
Difference Is Explained.
It is pointed out that foreign-bound
freight originating at Portland can be
shipped by rail to Seattle and there
loaded aboard oTitward bound steamers
at a less cost than the same freight
can be loaded aboard steamers after it
Is delivered at the Portland docks.
The longshoremen who unload and
load ocean-going steamers and river
freighters at Portland are controlled
by the same organization as the long
shoremen at Seattle, and it Is contended
by Portland men that there should not
be a difference in charges, it being
conceded that there is a difference in
favor of Portland in the cost of living.
DUE TO AH RIVE.
Bear -Los Angeles. . . .. .
Roanoke ....San Diego. .......
Breakwater. .... .Cooi Bay . - .
F. A. Kilburn. .. . in Francisco. . ..
Northern Pacific, ban Francisco..
Beaver Loa Angelea. . . . ..
Great Northern. . -fcan Franciaco. . ..
Geo. W. Elder.. -.an Diego
Jtsa nta Clara. ... ..San Franciaco. .. .
Rose City. ....... Los Angelea.
DUE TO DEPART.
. .In port
Harvard. .....S. F. to L. A.... July
F. A. Kilburn. ... -fcan Francisco. .... .July
Koanoi&e San Diego .....July
Northern Pacific. iSan Francisco. .... .July
Breakwater. .... - Coos Bay. ........ . . July
Cellio -iSan Diego. July
Yosemite. ....... San Diego. ........ .July
Bear X.08 Angeles. ..... . .July
Multnomah. ..... San Diego . .July
Great Northern. . .San Francisco. .....July
. -ban Diego. ....... ..July
.....o. r . ioua........ .July
Santa Clara. . . . ..San Franciaco. 1. . . .July
Klamath. ....... -Honolulu ..........July
Wapama. ....... an Diego. .........July
J. B. Stetson San Diego July
Beaver Los Angelea. ..... ..July
Geo. W. Elder. ...San DieKO July
Rose City .Doa Angelea. .... .. .July
DOE TO ARRIVE.
-s. b . to u. A Julv
Honolulan. ...... New York.....
Santa Cecelia. .. . New York.....
lo wan . ..........New York.....
Nevadan. ....... .New York. . . . .
Ohioan N'aw Yorav. .... .
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For Data.
Honolulan. ...... New York. July iw
Santa. Cecelia. ... New York. ....... ..July 25
Panaman ........ New York.. J uly itn
Nevadan. New York ., .Aug;, 17
Ohioan. New York Aug. i7
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(AU positions reported at S P. M., July 13,
Unlet ot herwie Indicated.)
Admiral Watson, Alaska for Seattle, off
-Vloffett, Richmond for Seattle. 20 miles
Lucas, with barge 93. Richmond for Se
attle, HO miles from Seattle.
Wapama, Tacoma for San Francisco, off
Finland, San Francisco for New York. 338
miles south of Sin Pedro, July a P. M.
J. L. Luckenhach. San Pedro for San
Francisco, nine miles north of tian Pedro.
George "W. Elder. San Diego for San
Pearo. 15 miles south of San Pedro.
Speedwell, Coos Bay for San Diego, 270
miles south of San Francisco.
Great Northern. Astoria for San Fran
cisco, 122 miles south of the Columbia
Siberia, San Francisco for Honolulu. 7C9
miles out. July 12, S P. M.
Manchuria, Orient for San Francisco, via
Honolulu. 143 miles west of Honolulu, July
1, A P, M.
Korea. San Francisco for the Orient, via
Honoiulu, 31I0 miles out, July 12. 8 P. M.
Colon. Portland for Australia. 170.". miles
from the Columbia River. July 12. S P. M
Hilonian, Seattie for Honolulu, 424 miles
from Cape Flattery. July 12. J P. M.
Sherman, San Francisco for Honolulu, 1760
miles out, July 12, s P. M.
Hyades. Hilo for San Francisco, 1211 miles
out. July 12, S P. M.
Norwood. Aberdeen for San Pedro, 40
miles south of Point Arena,
Centra'ia. San Francisco for Eureka,
miles north of Pan Francisco.
Chanslor. Monterey for Everett. 107
miles north of Monterey.
Willamette. Ran Francisco for Seattle, 36
miles north of San frranciaco.
Aroline, San Pedro for San Francisco,
lft miles south of point Pur.
Henry T. Scott. Portland for San Pedro,
off Piseon Point.
Honolulan. San Francisco for Portland
11 o miles north of San Francisco lien t ship
President. San Franciaco for Seattle, off
Cuzco, Pan Francisco for Tacoma, 143
milM north of Pan Francisco.
Kl Segundo, towing; barge 91, Richmond
for tent tie, 100 xnllea north of Fan Fran
cisco. Kama Clara. Coo Bay for Eurk, 14 milei
aotith of Cane Klan.
Drake. Portland for Richmond, 13T mHn
north of Ricnmond.
Northern Pacific. Pan FranHaco for As
toria, 1 m It outh of Blunt a Reef.
Topeka. Eureka for Han Francisco. 3
mllea north of Point Arena.
In the amount of grain tonnage en route
arwi listed Portland la not far behind last
year, considering the scarcity of ships, ac
cording to statistics of the Merchants Ex
change. Vessels n the wav have a combined
tonnage of 73.4o4 and those in port r47 tons.
wnue a year ago here wits a total or M..jHf
tona on the wav and 7H.V.J in t he harbor.
The pame time in 113 the tonnage com
ing amounted to .".414 and there were ships
lit port of I.V.2 tons.
There will be m special meeting of the
Co mm iiion of Public Docks tomorrow
morning to take op routine business.
On finishing working grain at the Ore
gon-Washington d-k last night the Brit Ish
steamer Egyptian Transport shifted to Mont
gomery dock, where she takes on the last
of her cargo tomorrow.
Ending a trip of six weeks at Coast porta
member of a survey crew under, Norman
C. Bray, detailed by Colonel Morrow, Corps
of Engineers. I. S. A., relumed yesterday.
They surveyed the Nehalem and Tillamook
bars, as well as tho channel from tne en
trance to Tillamook Bay to Bar City. Data
obtained at the latter port will serve as a
guide In dredging operations the Oregon Is
undertake when she finishes the chan
nel at VancDUvcr, about the last of Au
gust. In lens than two days the British bark
Kilmaliie was loaded with a full cargo of
wheat, as she started Monday morning at
the North Bank dock and the laat of her
load went aboard bfrre 4 o'clock yesterday.
She is being dispatched by Prrsuss & Com
pany, and goes to the Lnlted Kingaora.
Cnited States Insoertors Edwards and
Fuller left ves'.erday for The Dalle to in
spect the new gnso.ne ferry Queen, which
replaces the ferry New western guwn tnere.
Thoy will also Inspect the ferry Mary hill,
which plies across the Columbia from the
town of that name.
Discharging the lest of her New Tork
cargo, the American-Haw ailan stemmer tia-i
waiian sot under way at 3 o rix-K -terdav
afternoon for Fuget Sound to load
lumber for New York,
Lumber with which the steamer Multno
mah sails for San Diego and other California,
ports today Is to total rX.n.in.nj feet. She
will have a number of passenaer as we.i.
included In her list of guests being Mrs.
C. Mitchell, whose husbaml is master of
the schooner Irene. Mrs. Mitchell will !
accompanied by their two children and Miss
v. A. Davidson or the Portia no irine
SudoIv Com nan v. Captain Mitchell Is due
at the Golden Gate shortly from Valparaiso.
Among arrivals yesterdav was the Nortn
Pacific Fteamer F. A. Kilburn. from San
Fran :isco. Eureka end Marshfield. She had
an a verage cargo and passenger list ana
will have an increase In both on getting
way at J o'clock tonlht for the south
bound vnvage. The steamer Roanoke, of the
same fle't . sails tonight for Pan Fran
cisco d irect. and makes the usual ports
south of there, to Ban Diego.
Reservations were again at a premium on
the departure of the stesmer train from
the North Bank depot yesterday mornln.
carrying passengers for the steamer Great
Northern, whlcn left Flavel lor San Iran-
clsco and was reported crossing the bar at
2:3 o'clock. Th-j vessel Is reported sold
out for her Saturday trip, as !s the North
ern paclf Ic for tomorrow. The latter lf t
Pan Francisco at 11 o'clock yesterday with
lare Hit l of travelers.
Acnulesclne- to a demand for a throurh
stesmer to The Dallas Sundays. It has been
announced bv The Dalle. Portland A. As
toria Navigation Company that the steamer
Dalles City will sail hereafter Sunday. Tues
day and Thursday mornings at 7 o'clock,
and she will av over at Portland Rat.jrda'.
The steamer Bailey Gatzert remains on
the daily round-trip schedule, with Sunday
runs as tar as cascade locks and return.
Though the steamer Twin Cities arrived
from Kennewick 7:-K o'clock last night,
ending her first round trip in the present
service, she Is due to leave here again on
schedule this morning.
In tv of the phnver atesmer Henderson
the British bark Amnlree. from Guayaquil,
reached Linnton e'.rly yesterday, where she
will discharge balltst. Captain Cooper re
ported calm and contrary winds prevailing
at times. Other than that the British cruis
er Newcastle was passed off Guayaquil he
said the trip was featureless.
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. July 13. (Special.) Japanese
steamer Bankoku Maru sailed today for
China with a cargo of lumber from Port
land. Carrying a cargo of lumber from St. Hel
ens, the steam schooner Daisy sailed for
The steamer F. A. Kilburn arrived from
San Francisco via Eureka and Coos Bay,
with freight and passengers for Astoria and
The steamship Great Northern sailed for
San Francisco with a full list of passengers
and a fair freight.
In response to a request made by th
Fishermen's Union the lighthouse tend
Manzanita today removed the black spar
buoy near the Taylor sands, as it was an
obstacle that Interfered materially with th
operation of giilnets. It was shifted to
the north and into 15 feet of water. Tha
Manzanita will set a buoy to mark the
great Republic wreck In the lower harbor.
That wreck is an obstruction that has never
been marked properly and was the cause of
a steamer breaking her propeller a short
The steam schooner Avalon is due tonight
from San Francisco.
COOS BAY. Or. July 13. (Special.)
Tha steamship Santa, Clara arrived from
Portland last night at 11 and sailed for
Eureka and Ban Francisco todar at 2:30.
The oil tanker Wblttier sailed for Cali
fornia iorts at 9.
The gasoline schooner Fish sailed for Ban-
aon at iu ociock wun macninery tor tn
Puget Sound Bridge A Dredge Company.
The steam schooner Yellowstone arrived
from San Franciaco with freight for Coos
Arriving today at 4 the tug Gleaner will
sail tomorrow for the Sluslaw Klver with
the barge Lawrence.
Inspectors Meany and Weldln examined
the -bonts Charm. Dora. Maple and Favor
ite on the Coquille River yesterday.
FLORENCE. Or., July 13. The gasoline
schooner Tillamook sailed for Coos Bay to
day with 1 73 tons of bridge steel for the
3Iovements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. July 13. Arrived Steamers
Yosemlte. from San Francisco; F. A. Kil
burn. from San Francisco via Eureka and
Coos Bay: British bark Amulree, from Guay-
quil. Sailed Steamer Hawaiian, for Puget
Astoria. July 13. Sailed At 3:30 A M.,
Steamer Daisy, for Pan Francisco. Arrived
At 0 and left up st 8 A. M.. steamer F. A.
Kilburn. from San Francisco via Eureka and
Coos Bay; arrived down at 10:30 and sailed
11:30 A. M., Japanese steamer Bankoku
Maru, for Shanghai. Sailed At 2:3 P. M..
steamer Great Northern, for San Franciaco.
Coos Bay, July 13. Sailed Steamer Santa
Clara, from Portland for San Francisco via
ban rrancisco. ju;y u. Arrivea At t
A. M.. steamer Johan Poulsen, from Port
land. Sailed At 8 A. M-. steamer Hono
lulan, from New York for Portland via way
ports. Arrived At v A. M., steamers Rose
City, from Portland for San Pedro; Cacique.
from Portland for Australia. Sailed At 11
A. M.. steamer Northern Pacific for Flavel.
Arrived at noon, steamer Beaver, from Pan
Pedro for Portland. July 12. Palled At 8
P. M., steamer A. M. Simpson, for Portland:
at 9 A. M.. steamer Klamath, from Hono
lulu, for Portland; at lO P. M.. steamer
Thos. L. Wand, for Portland.
San Pedro, July 13. Arrived Steamer
Olympic, from Columbia River.
San Diego, July 13. Arrived Steamer
Geo. W. Klder. from Portland via way porta.
Honolulu. July 12. Sailed Japanese
steamer Kageshima Maru. for Seattle.
Coos Bay. July 13. Arrived last night
Steamer Santa Clnra, from Portland for
Eureka and San Francisco.
Astoria. July 12. Arrived At 6 and left
np at 7 P. M., steamer YosemJte. from Sao
Yokohama. July 10. Arrived Seattle
Maru, from Victoria B. C. July 12 Kana
kuku. from San Franciaco.
Hongkong. July 10. Arrived Tacoma
Maru, from Seattle.
Seatt!-. Julv 13. Arrived Steamers Fpo
kane. from Southwestern Alaska ; Hudson
Maru. from Manila; F. P. Loop, from Sao
Francisco. Departed Steamers Congress,
for San D"tego; Despatch, for Southeastern
Alaska; Prince George (British), for Prince
San Francisco, Ju!y 13. Arrived" St?m tri
ers Oleum, from Seattle; J. B. Stetson, from
Grays Harbor; Santa Cecilia, from New
York: China, from Hongkong; TJ. S. A. T.
Thomas, from Manila; Cacique and Ros
City, from Portland ; Lurltne, from Hono
lulu; Asuncion, from Cordova. Sailed
Steamers Honolulan, for Portland; U. S. R.
Albany, for Willamette; Admiral Schley, for
Seattle; Northern Pacific. for Astoria;
president, for Victoria.
Balboa. July 13. Arrived Steamers Mon.
tanan. from Seattle, for New York; Santa
Clara, from Seattle for New York (and both
proceeded . Sail d Idomeneua. from Liver
pool, for San Francisco; Aztec, from Liver
pool, for San Franctcco.
Tide, at Astoria AVeilneeday.
1:S1 A. M...8.7 feet I &:39 A. M..-0..1
2:56 P. M...7.4 feet7:."9 P. M...S.4
Columbia RiTer Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. July 13. Condition of ths
oar at a f. n. : mi, smootn; wiad. north
west 21 miles.
FIRST WHEAT IS DUE
Walla Walla Shipment Marks
Moving of 1915 Crop.
10 CARS EXPECTED TODAY
Kerr, OlfTord & Company Have
Steamer Ejrypliaii Transport Hero
leading Cereal, but Cargo
Already 1 Provided.
ConslKne'l to K.rr. Gilford Sc. Co..
the Hrat of the 1915 wheat crop to
reach tidewater Is due here thU morn
Insr. It consists of ten cars that were
rhipped from KIwood Station, near
Walla Walla. The fact there was an
early Sprlna- Is responsible for the ad
vanced shipment, and In a, short time
the cereal will move from the interior
Kerr. OlfTord ic Co. has the British
steamer Kpyptlan Transport loadlne
wheat here for Australia, but her caruo
Is provided for and she Is expected to
complete loading so as to sail tomor
row nlKht. The new wheat will be
held on Montcomery dock for a time.
ntll the next carrier consigned to tnal
firm Is ready to load.
Old-crop wheat Is belns: cleaned up
at last, and though there will he lance
July shipments offshore. California de
liveries will not be small. The pur
chases in the Fouth for the year end
ing June 30 were only 2.Si.2l2 bush
els as compared with 46. 7J bushel
durlnn the 113-14 season, the principal
reason for the -falllnir orr oeina- at
tributed to crop(condtt!ons In the Bear
Htate havins; been better. It la said
that the same 'probably will be true
Rear la I-o.dlns: rala.
In July. 1914. California shipments
of wheat from Portland were 334.5!&
bushels and it Is not believed the show-
ins; will be equaled this month. Coast
ers took wheat south in small lots dur
ing the latter part of the season.
June's total havlnir been. 195.582 bush
els, and for the same period last year
278.970 bushels were sent.
The steamer Bear, now here, went to
the Globe elevator yesterday for wheat.
and when ready to sail Friday will
have about 800 tons, and the same
amount Is In slpht for tha Heaver,
sailing next week. The Hose City,
which Rot away Sunday, had 600 tons,
and other vessels have taken nominal
Grain men afcree that the new crop
will be much larger than that harvested
last year and that the exportation will
be greater, always providing that Eu
ropean conditions exhibit no more
peaceful aspect than at present.
Kastera Milpmeata Drop Off.
Last season the falling; oft in the Ori
ental market made a material differ
ence In a way, yet the losa was more
than offset by the demand from other
countries and the Atlantic Coast.
No wheat went to Far Kastern ports
durlns; the season, but durin? the 1913
14 period 1.474.353 ,ushels were sent,
and new business enjoyed last year
with South America, South Africa, Aus
tralia and Atlantic porta represented
a total of 2.875.450 bushels. For the
last season flour shipments to the Orl
ent were 128.423 barrels. but with
325. 22$ barrels floated for Kurope,
South Africa, South America and At
lantic ports, much of the loss was
overcome as compared with tha year
before, when 67H.152 barrels went
across the Pacific.
Pilot Commissioners Dispose of Rou
Because of the absence ot Commis
sioner K. C. Judd, of Astoria, who was
unable to attend, only routine business
was taken up at yesterday's refcular
session ot the State Board of Pilot
Commissioners. The river branches of
Captain Hurh T. Groves, superintend
ent of dredRinfr for the Port of Port
land, and Charles Anderson, of the
Columbia P.lver Pilots' Association,
were ordered renewed.
Captain C. S. Gunderson, In charsre
of the Columbia Klver bar pilots, met
the Commission unofficially. having
been in the city from the lower river
on business. C. T. Crosby, of Astorl
outKOinfr secretary, turned over all rec
ords and other documents to the Board
and was thanked for the assistance he
has rendered In acquainting the new
regime with details of certain respon
sibilities. The Commission meets at
4:30 P. lu tha second Tuesday of each
month ai the office of Harbormaster
Speier at the Stark-street municipal
PORTLANO TERMIXL'S OF 1.1 XT.
Tamplco Makes First Voyage Friday
In X'ew Canal Service.
Philadelphia advices are that the
steamer Tamplco, now loading lumber
at aunt, Is to aall f rlday for th
Atlantic seaboard, and the steamer Ku
reka. coming here shortly for grain
and lumber, will be the vanguard of
the fleet of the Oregon-CaUfornla
Shipping Company, and two others are
to be engasred for the same service.
L. Kubelli's Sons have been named
as Atlantic Coast agents and the Itin
erary announced is from New York
to Portland, making Philadelphia and
San Francisco. The vessels are to load
lumber here and take on general cargo
at Kastern ports for the return. It Is
said enough business Is insured to run
the Tamplco and Kureka for a year and
It Is believed that at least In general
freight there will be more offered to
come this way than can be accommo
WAT EH HVT.ES ARK STHICT
Wasliingrton Penalizes lioa t irt e n Wlio
Carry Intoxicated I'assengers.
OLVMPIA. Wash.. July 13. (Special.)
If small boats plying- the Inland wa
ters of Washington Intend to carry
liquor and passengers, they must be
in separate packages, according to a
new ruling- of I-abor Commissioner K.
W. Olson, which subjects the skipper
carrylnif Intoxicated passengers to a
fine of $250.
The -new regulations are planned to
cover rowboata with attached motors,
which are subject to the same Inspec
tion as steamboats.
Commissioner Olson also has an
nounced that the state law requiring
display of lights after sunset by all
craft on Inland waters will be en
forced rigidly ths Summer. Conviction
for a failure to show lights carries a
flat fine of 1250.
SWAN ISLAN'O LIGHT MOVED
LTiaraoieriMic ot unorti uecr t.a
Buoy to Be Altered Xext Month.
Recent changes In navigation aids
and those prospective are embodied In
the following notice. Issued from the
office of Robert Warrack. inspector of
the Seventeenth Lighthouse IMstrict
Willamette River Bain Island bar lower
Hs-ht moved 3. VI ysrda, 14 deejreea. Into S
fathoms of water, without other chance. The
light Is now on ths upper end of th. Island
lllspa Bay outside bar iu and waist-
Ilnr buoy. C!i rset r rl.t tc f Hht fhinel.
Jur.s to flashing mhlts every the .c
onda, fls.ti 0 3 second duration. Without
rsr t!artor entrsnrs rsnso l!ht ln
ffirtd In hrlfht 10 frt, Juno 17. mlthout
orford ll.f gu. whistling and submarine
bell ruoy. 2 Or. ChmrBrt.rlitir of Us hi o
ehanscd about Angu.t 1. IWIX. to rian-
Irtjr whlto evfrv 3 If-oudl. .'ash 0 3 soco id
duration. Without other hanao.
Columbia Hlv.r rtilr.net otitti channel
ran Itahta. established June -1. Kact a
f:xad hlto llht of -."iO ran'tlpow-r. on
an. LltDDolnint.nt. Front lisht. S7 f
axv water, on (Snstl whits house el in
t'otuniMa Ulver Tonsue feint eroa.ina
light eetal.ll.lird June 1 A; fixed red. of lu
-an11.pirr. lH feet abott water, on a rue
structure, in two rathoma of water. tonau.
folnt chann.l bunjr. first-class spar Ul-
cun'lnuril June .".
Columbia Itlvor Steamboat Hloush i:nt
e.tabli.he.i June IT. Klmed while, or "
endicoower. IS fe.t above eater, on a white
post, on end of point st upper end of I'rics
bckfAc fi;s ari; ciiaxgki
Snrvey and Flalicrle Fjnbleni IMf.
ferent In Iate I.lt.
Federal officials at the Custom-house
have received a revised set of printed
copies of flags used by different heads
of bureaus In the Department or lorn
merce anil few changes are shown over
those offic'ally adopted last year.
In the ruin of tho superintendent or
he Coast and Geodetic Survey the cen
ter of the flag Is a white trlanglo on
. blue background, while before the
rlangle was red and the same blue
flag used. The Bureau of Fisheries
now has a white fish In a red horlxon-
al diamond In the center, with a blue
background, the former emblem having
d the same color, but the diamond
is In a ternendlcular position. The
flags are displayed on tenders or other
vessels operated by the Government
when department heads or district of
ficials entitled to the honor are aboard.
Xollcc to Mariners.
The following affects aids to naviga
tion in the 17lh lighthouse district:
loot pay Utter Mocks Urbt: Structure
carried aeay and light extlns ul.neo. Juiy o.
it will be replaced ae e-on as practliabie.
TtllamooK tta South Kfll buo. , sec-on-t-clasa
nun. retorte,l nil. .ma. Jul S, It
wiil be rer.ila.-e-1 aa eon as pre. tlca (.e.
Nebsl.m ltler entrance Nurl h J-plt buoy.
I s,-onu -class can. reported mls.tns. July
N.t to .e replaced st pre.ent
Columbia I'lv.r entrance nmh chanr.l
t and whlatllne buu, nuinceieu
iull 7. . . . .
L.'f I matin reer i manna nnive.e.
pel to be temporari; reaeed by
imhive.s.l. July pi. The chance
for a few ! only.
Juai d Fura Strait Ml-lrtle l'nint Buoy.
f'r.txla.a nun, reported tlrass.d ul of po.
Itl.n. July 7. 11 will be rcj-laced as poor
I IJCel Munn Aim I flini nam
I.lsht restored to orlsir.sl csndlepower.
i:tIi-7rir n aiihai ne
38 Lumber Ships Cleared In Jnne.
ABKItm:iC.S Wash-. July 13. (Spe
cial.) Thirty-eight vessels carried
244.000 feet of lumber from Grays Har
bor during June, thus making the month
a little above the average for the past
yesr. Tomestlc shipments amounted to
21.050.0oo feet and foreign to .14. 0o
feet. While condltlins are quiet along
the waterfront at present, improvement
Is expected soon, six sailing vessels be
ing due here the latter part of the
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
JI'1?TON-NOI1TON A. I. McQulatotl.
2. s- K.at Seventy-slalh .treet North, ami
Helen M. Norton, xo. 110 last beventy-
ninth street North.
NOKTHItri - MIl.t.HOl'jSK Truman
Northrup. lesal. 441 Kugn. street, and
Klnrei'-e Mill. louse l.cal. aame address.
UiiNTOX-LA HI.ANTK Abram J. Hen
ton, k, scatlie. Wash., and Irene l-m P. ante,
21. Hoi.l Arihur.
A N'il EK-HI'TCHINHON Oacar M. Ansler.
leejal. Y. M- '. A., and Florence KltxabetB
iiuichlnson. legal, olo. Korly-flral street
KM r:H Y-DOLR Oeorxe F. ETmery. legal.
12H North SIKlh atreet, anl Iatsy i. lo.e.
local. 4.4. Has Teent-alsth atreet North.
STAKIM.ATHI AK7 S. M. I"arr, .11. 43
W.atilnston atreet. and Kinel Cathcarl. .4.
44 Lanal4 street.
It I KT I IS.
EADE To Mr. and sire. Arthur F.ade. S9t
Ka.t Kelly atreet, June 1, a son.
LIM'AJIl. To Mr. arid Mrs. Ue-.rae Un
dah', hO Mlunesota anaur,' Jut)' 0. a
MIA1.I. To Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mlsll.
214 Fourteenth street. July 1 1. a dauxtt-
SKIIABTfAN To Mr. and
tian. l'7J Kast i-lncoin
Mrs. K. P.baf
street. July lo.
BI.I N HKX To
7. a eon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ttenard R.
East Vsmhlil street, July
01-f"N To Mr. snd Mrs. Itenry Oleson.
Kast Twenty-eishth street. July 2. a
8PKKK To Mr. and Mrs. UK Fpeer. S"
Market-street rtrlve.- July S, a uaushter.
PKIUJkll'TTKlt To Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
1'erlmutlrr. H-"l First street. July I.
EHRMAN To Mr. and Mre. William II.
Krwinan. Carter Iine. July 9. a uaugti.
ATKINHOJC To Mr. and Mrs. P.lchsrd H.
Atklnaon. Oil', Kast Market street, June
STAHKI.MAN To Mr. and Mrs. Io M.
Stsdlman. Iii7 Farragut street, July f.
Woman Due at Hospital Sought.
Mary Wlahard, 31. was due to arrive
i Portland from Centralis, for hospital
treatment yesterday, but failed to no
tltfy her friends of her arrival, ac
cording to a report to the police last
night. The woman's friends fear that
she Is sick at some hotel. The police
say she is not in any local hospital.
Wallowa County Pioneer Kleel.
WAIIX)W'A. Or. July IS. fSperlal.)
The Pioneers Association of Wallowa
Connlv held their annoal meetlntr at
The North Bank Road
THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" AND -INLAND EMPIRE EX
PRESS" DAILY. IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE GREAT NORTH
ERN OR NORTHERN PACIFIC K. U. AND BURLINGTON ROUTE.
Daily Until September 30 Return Limit October 31.
TMrert fallfornla nireel r-allf.rnla
Both Was una Ua Both w a) a una Way
Atlantic City $113.50 $131.00 Milwaukee $ 72.50 $ 90.00
Baltimore 103.50 126.00 Minneapolis .... 60.00 84.25
Boston 110.00 127.50 Montreal 105.00 122J50
Buffalo 92.00 109.50 New York 110.70 123.20
Chicago 72.50 90.00 Omaha 60.00 77.50
Cincinnati 86.50 104.00 Philadelphia 110.70 123.20
Denver 55.00 720 Pittsburg: 90.60 108.10
Des Moines 65.70 83.20 St. Louis 71.20 88.10
Detroit 83.50 101.00 St, Paul 60.00 84.23
Indianapolis .... 81.70 99.20 Toronto 92.00 109.50
Kansas City. ... 60.00 77.50 Washington 103.50 126.00
Ten-day stopover on one-way tickets through California. S. S. "Great
Northern," "Northern Pacific" every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
for San Francisco. Steamer train leaves 9:30 A. M.
Tickets, Reservations, on S. S. or Sleeping Cars, and all travel infor
North Bank Ticket Of f ice, 5th and Stark Sts.
fica-lway at Tsjlor
aleia I. A li:J
WmHI l-H C-.rK TKiT
Mrs. Patrick Campbell
. sr.-iAi. run e 1
I Matinee Today 2:15
Tonight 8:15 ViJ,,ui
O. HKItNAICIt HUWH
ROMANTIC COM :!
Tly ilt Moor. II ro tin. T
mm m SI; tlfr. v 91. T-. -: ) .ry
"w K v n 1 n c Floor. It rnm m 9-. I r
M.SrO. I, i. u y 91. " " Vj-r; iiry atikr.
vPmTEax Mirr 230
lo QtHBfia TtU (RoiM J .: th only Chtoi
t rims. L"ansV, ana m iortina win.
TtMtt 1.1 inl M J an j (atria la
1 h Nft M lalnari .
S (iTIIr-K HU.-llMfc. At"
I'wrtlaad's Ureat Asaaaesaeat far It
KMKB rKiMiHt ssKi 3t3a P. M.
AMI HlSO l M.
Ilawallaaa aas Slasleal t'estesr,
COMING TOMORROW let Reg.
Itaad af lalveratty ml Wla.
rwatatla. .Nat t-.xtra t karsr.
Aamlwl.a t. Park. !. Biprtaa
t ars, ilr.1 aad Alder. Oe.
I.aaarhrs, Marrlaos Itridae. I O-c.
JILV 13. 14. 1 1. I. 17. IX.
Oaoaes Heal. Week day a at 3 I. M.
4ala, 3tSO I'. M.
Heaerved box seats for sale at Illche's
Cigar stand. Sixth and Washington Sts.
l adles llaya eaaelay mm t-'rHmT.
the head of Wallowa I-ake Saturday.
tiffl.-ers elected were: K. I. McCulley.
of Joseph, re-elected president: Henry
Sk-haeffer. of Wallowa, re-elected vice
president: John Mclonald. of Wallowa,
re-elected secretary and treasurer.
How Lydia E. Pinkham Veg
etable Compound Carried
Her Safely Through
Change of Life.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "At tha Chanfr
of Life tha doctor said I would have to
give up my work and
take my bed for
aome time aa there
was no help for me
bat to lie stilL I
took Lydi EL rink
Compound and kept
op my work and
now 1 am over the
Chance and that Is
all I took. It was
better for me than
all the doctor's medicines I tried. Many
people have no faith in patent medicines
but I know this is good." Mrs. EL J.
Rickets, 354 8th Avenue. West, Cedar
Such warning symptoms as sense of
8ufTocaUon,hot flashes, headaches, back
aches, dread of impending evil, timidity.
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and inquietude, and dizziness.
are promptly heeded by intelligent wo
men who are approaching the period in
hie when woman's great change may
Lydia EL Pir.kham's Vegetable Com
pound invigorates and strengthens the
female organism and builds up the weak'
ened nervous system. It has carried
many women safely through this crisis.
If thre are any implications
you don't umlemlandwrlte Lydia
K. rinkhnm Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, .Mas.
t. Paul. Chicago. St- Louis.
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IO A Jat to Oafll.1 a' in
t'(!r r'-l Prjj to Honor of th
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-rt o r:.rk r r.-mra -r.
iiFt. a. ii miimm;.
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aT f rsa HK'U I.AR UEKTIVil Till
ilUOk, 4F tllA.Ijr In. Its-sJ Klft 1egr.
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trt, J me Knu.it::, lr-ait.
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trvvtav. Fur.il boiu imr.
VO H'U.IKN-In this cm. Julv I Mrt
liol ; a. mi ert. utcru
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VOV H01.TtN- Madams Mi!ViMc
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f " r-aia-r- fci m thu
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Hirer i vmrtcr . rr u at t..
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atrd I a -a. 1 ! funrrtl rvlcc mil!
held i lsy Vir.f ia i. Julv 14. at
Z J o'r'.ock . M. at lt.9 i.dfnt rit
Iianmnt of J. 1. y.n.mv i-.n. M nt
fcnrry at Kl f th. Kriendi In KrU. ittf
mnl at Ki r9 n a jo 4 trroffr)'.
iHIUM-Th funs-ral -ri-B of tha 't
Amlr Inihram will ha h:d at tha I ri
')' I'arlt t'nnf rrfsM.onal 'hurch (ois
H ertnffsJi . Ju-y 1 4. at T P. M Kris-r.o
lnltd. Tli rermalr.a a ;;i f r war l I
by I ha K K. I -unr.tr. a, 1 nr., Kaat
funarai director, to t iriion, Nt.. (or ia
trrmenL. COM.KT Edmarrl William. aed montVa.
blad fin or Mr. and M i m Wiil.am M
ronr. in this eny. Ju v v Kunrsi fro-n
hi olinan'i furor a I parln at J 'l A. M
lxla y t vVe-1r.i-av.ta A. Ju.y 14. Intermeat
Hi ervlew Cenii-r .
JON Ej In th! ctr. Jur Mary O Jonea.
f4 4 year a. T ha rema:r.a m lit ba (or-
anlol ion. ar t v adnata by J. IV Ktn
ley aV ron to A It a, la. mr.fra aen itrs
held and Intrrmarat ma da In tha (am;-)
HtH Iq thla cMy. July 10. William lte-h.
at i ara I"rlata r icea nl-l l
h-M In Munt ocott I'ata, rrmflerr
rrenatorlum rhai-el toda at 10. A. M-In-iTiet
at Ion lo lo low.
L e rre.i
la. uu.i twiiiirt. ,..,itiikiit establlaa
meat la Jorl.ak4.a ail. .-rital. laai.
Umu Ml A loUA
J. . FINLET A fO.N,
Mont.ouiery .1 Kttta.
Mil. KUWARi) 1IOI.UAX. the lesdtnt
fuu.ral sireclor. Tbtra street .ro.r
cakUuoa. 1 .ily .aai.t.nt. A I -. 1. alsta e(.
k m. liLNMNu. I.VC
Kait Fide Kuneral Uirciora, 414 Laat Al
der street. L.sl w-. ki ---i.
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nu until mt i. m
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MAX M. fill Til. Ma.a IJi-V. A Sl-L. b.ii&4j
Phone Your Want Ads to
Phone Slain 7070; A 6093
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
ft?S Mk.LJ0. r ST.
raeca Svaat 142S. IS 1A, Vara Ua;
staval Si IS hf
Iteport all rsvsata of cr.ailr to tats et
llce. LaiibaJ i&.mo.r lor suaan aaimau.
Ilorsei auiuulaava lor s.ca or aiaasisA
aoltnaia at a uiaotDI a notice. Aojrecs
a.alriua a pat maw . vmmunics te siu ua
Western Bond &
Our Uo Mou at - a r rent Km I am.
Ht.Mlll'll A.M 4 OM ft IMA I ION UU.VDt
IAKI! ASU 4 IT. U)AM
S4 erta e4.. Board ef lrail. tslaav
OaHty atxt Wmrm rtixi elf tta
Any Amtmnl ai Currvctt llla
Oocmt fetna aat .Mark Mraataa
tated enlarged ot all mrvdern con
veniences. Kooma. with private bath,
11 per day up; auhoui. i-c up. l-ecaua
the rales are low uon I thins: the sere.
Ice is poor. r-pcctal rate. ty eteea or
month. .-eTeiel rooma skith ami Leas.
tiaHirir trem jrarl i.-l! y e-jltee.
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or bt Jrioih c sve"t.
trtihs m.i.f. fuch t v.
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or rr ab'. fucr If draurvd for
t: ia. ivti.
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1 a-! i .'.ai l 'tii (utifrtl f hpl.
tt.'.-rl.l1 411. a 1. is. Ot4.
en imi'roved city ana term property at
current rates. Attractive reiay meol
privileges. Uoans iuicaly c lo.ed. Csil
C ntiK.os riii'uHiiF.i O .O
A. II. BIRKELL CO.
1 17 - IS N.rtfceeter Haak BalldlsiB.
Marshall ll. a 4114.
ox mmoirn m mi;m rstoiFtTtasj
Hs.ld.nr. Ian 4 and 1 Per Cent. Aa.
cord in a- to Local Ion l'lenty of Money.
R0KEUTS0N & EWLNG
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K WILL. BlILD JIM) VIMAXCM
f t-. urn
city c o s t I n r from
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