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TIT 12 MOTtNIXG OTIEGONIAX. FRIDAY. JULY JG. 1913.
PORT ASKS WAIVER
Title to Dredging Waste Left
f in "Boneyard" Sought.
FUTURE DOCK CONSIDERED
Commission Divided on Method. but
AVants O.-W. R. & X. to Relin
quish Rights to Material on
Threat of Halting Work.
Providing that the O.-W. R. & N. in
terests will execute a waiver, relin
quishing title to, material being
pumped on to the "boneyard" property
In North Portland, by the dredge Port
land, of the Port of Portland fleet, the
Commission of Public Docks will not
take action to enjoin the fill being
continued. The matter was discussed
at a special session yesterday and it
was agreed to write. the O.-W. R. & N.
and request that such a waiver be
The Commission takes the position
that if the "boneyard" is desired later
as a public dock site for pier and slip
construction, - a large amount of labor
would be necessary in dredging from
the slips the material now being de
posited, besides removing: that natu
rally in place: that in the past payment
has been made for fills when property
was purchased for dock purposes and
. that it has been claimed by upland
"When fills are made you immedi
ately establish a new hijjh-water line."
caid F. W. Mulkey, chairman of the
Waiver to Material Sought.
"At one time North Front street was
washed by the river, yet we paid for
the fill there in securing the site of
Dock No. 1," remarked Dan Kellaher.
That material taken from the river
could be deposited at street ends and
the gravel used for street work
throughout the city, so the improve
ment of the harbor could be con
I would have no objection to the
fill being made if the owner would
ign a waiver right to the material,
. eaid C. B. Moores.
"The Supreme Court has held that
land between high and low-water
marks belong to the abutting owner,
and lfjteps are to be taken to stop
mis it win simply prevent owners
from improving their property," Bald
Mr. Burgard. "I favor a waiver being
Bigned and the work allowed to go on.'
"As there appears to be a conflict of
opinion I believe the question should
be decided definitely. We have estab
lished a bulkhead line in our ordinance
and it has not been complied with.'
asserted Mr. Kellaher.
"Then the thing to do is to test that
under the present ordinance," said Mr.
Injunction Plan Defeated.
Mr. Kellaher moved that the O.-W.
H. & N. be enjoined from making the
fill, but Mr. Moores offered an amend
ment to the effect that the company
first be permitted to sign a waiver and
that carried. Mr. Selling said he
thought there were enough natural ob
stacles to overcome in channel work
now without placing more in the way,
and said he did not feel inclined to
act until additional information was
Permission was granted the Stand
ard Box & Lumber-Company to erect
a temporary office building, 20 by 30
feet in diameter, on its property south
of the east approach of the Burnside
street bridge, for a period of 18
months. The plant was destroyed by
fire June 8 and the company desired
to have an office in cleaning up stock
on hand. The structure will be built
on piling left standing and is to be
protected from fire.
The Commission, on the suggestion
of Chief Engineer Hegardt, ordered
that a . checker be employed for 1 one
month to ascertain the volume and
character of business passing over the
recently acquired St Johns dock so
that a tariff could be compiled and
regulations adopted. An aged man is
to be retained as watchman there at
$10 a month, which was his compen
sation under the St. Johns administra
Dredging: Slip Authorised,
Saturday. Tha T. J. Potter remain
on her present schedule, leaving
here at 9 o'clock each night, except
Saturday, when she departs at 10
o'clock, and her sailing is omitted Sun
day and Monday nights.
captain McGraw eoes out as master
of the Hassalo when she leaves on her
Initial trip at 1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon, and with him will be Captain
Gildez as pilot. Captain McGraw has
been In the fleet for some time, while
Captain Gildez recently resigned from
the Port.of Portland service, after hav-
ng been with that fleet three and a
half years, and previous to that he was
with the fan aver line. The Hassalo is
to leave here weekdays at 8:30 o'clock
the morning, reaching Megler at
2:30. She leaves Megler on the return
at 3:30 o'clock and arrives here at
10:30 o'clock at nisrht. When sig
naled the Hassalo will stop at Kalama
except Saturday and Sunday, but makes
no other way points.
There will be about 20 excursionists
from points along the Oregon Short
Line to arrive here Wednesday, and
they will be taken down the river on
the Hassalo, being bound for North
Beach to pass a few days.
Captain Carlson and Pilot Johnson,
who have heen on the Hassalo. are to
be transferred to the Harvest Queen.
The latter broke a shaft not long ago
and was delayed while another was
shipped from San Francisco, anddur
ing the Interim she has been gone over
so as to place her in condition for. the
SHIPPING BODY NAMED g
COMMITTEE TO PROMOTE INDUS
TRIES IJf CITY CHOSES, TOO.
CHINESE SEEK SHIPS
PURCHASE OK PACIFIC MAIL,
GARDED AS PROBABLE.
Some of Vessels to Be Acquired Em
It Company Is Xot Taken In En
tirety, According . to Report.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 15. (Special.)
Purchase by Chinese capital of the
Pacific Mall Steamship Company, or ac
quisition of several of its big steamers
as a nucleus for a -trans-Pacific line to
compete with the Japanese liners, is re
garded as probable In the near future.
Completion of negotiations whereby
a Chinese syndicate will acquire the
steamship fleet of the Pacific Mail is
probable, according to information
given out in San Francisco today. ,
If the Pacific Mail is not taken over
in its entirety, some of its vessels will
be shortly acquired, it is said.
Representing Chinese capitalists.
Feng Sui. of Canton, left San Francisco
today for New York to confer with
R. P. Schwerin. head of the "Pacific Mail
Steamship Company. and Eastern
Feng Sui spent more than a week in
San Francisco. He took pains to keep
his presence and his mission here a
I can say," said I. P. Allen, manager
the Bank of Canton, "that China Is
Head af Members' Coancll of Cham
of Commtrrc Also Seleeta Aida
on Land Settlement.
President ?3. L. Thompson, of the
members' council of the Chamber of
Commerce, announced yesterday the
personnel of the three committees
which are to have charge of the ac
tivities of the organization for the
development of Portland's shipping,
the promotijn of industries and the set
tlement and improvement of the land
of the -state: These committees were
authorized at a gathering of the Cham
The new shipping committee is com
posed of Hy Eilers. chairman: Captain
A. B. Graham. Drake O'Reilly, A. G.
Labbe, George B. McLeod. " T. D. Wheel
right and Russell Hawkins.
This comimttee will work up some
plan for the fnancing of lines of steam
ers to various ports. Its plans also
include the establishment of a ship
The committee for the development
of industries includes: K. W. Hardy,
chairman: Lloyd Mullt, W. P. Dickey, I
F, S. Doernbecher and Everett Ames.
Its work will be principally the foe- I
tcring of. the weaker industries, and
will include the giving of assistance
in the securing-of markets. Among
other plans are the establishment of
a factory for the manufacture of rail
road cars in order to utilize Oregon
lumber.- The bureau of industries and
manufactures of the- Chamber of Com
merce has almost completed a survey
of the manufacturing industries of this
city, and when finished this will be
turned over to the new committee for
The committee on land settlement
consists of J. E. Cronan. chairman; L.
Franck, R. J. Brock, J. H. Barbour
and F. S. Stanley. The finding of
land suitable for settlement and the
assisting of settlers in locating upon
it will be a portion of the function of
A committee for the reception of
United States Forester Graves and the
promotion of a park along the Colum
bia River Highway, which was author
ized at the same time, was chosen sev
eral days ago. and the personnel an
lrLdr& n iO)
Specials for Friday -and Saturday
00 Chesterfield Suits
Sizes 34 to 48, Worth $20, $25
and $30 a Suit, Your Choice for
going to have a trans-Pacific steamship
"I have not seen Feng Sui," A. J.
Frey, assistant manager of the Pacific
Mail, said today, "but our steamers are
for sale to the Chinese government or
anyone else who cares to buy thern.
We have a fleet of 12 steamers. The
Chinese government or Chinese capital
ma-y buy them."
With" San Francisco Chinese bankers
Sui left word that he was going to New
York to attend a meeting of steamship
men. "at which the matter of the estab
lishment of a Chinese-American steam
ship line would be taken up."
WHEAT EXPORTING PLANNED
Port of AsiorJa Will Build Grain
Elevator and Handle Shipments.
ASTORIA. Or, July 15. (Special.)
- Under an agreement made be-
ween the Port of Astoria Commission
and the Astoria Flouring Mills Com
pany, the latter will operate a line of
steamers between Astoria and Upper
Columbia River points, bringing wheat
to be stored at the municipal wharf.
The company also is to export five or
six cargoes of grain from the local
wharf during the coming season.
According to the agreement, the Port
Commission is to erect an elevator.
nstall cleaning machinery and arrange
for grading the wheat.
Negotiations are now under way for
the chartering of two ships for early
Fall loading and it is understood the
charters will be closed immediately.
FISHERMAN USES RIFLE
SHOTS FIRED AT BAXKOKV HARD
WHEN NET IS FOILED.
Captain Sandairom to Aalc Federal Aid
in. Apprehending: Man Wear Rainier
Who CHd Disturbance.
Federal assistance will be sought to
day by Capt. Richard, Sandstrom, of the
Columbia River Pilots'- Association, in
the apprehension of a fisherman, in the
vicinity of Rainier, who is accused of
having fired five shots from a rifle early
Tuesday morning at the Japanese
steamer Bankoku Maru, while she was
at anchor opposite Rainier, because in
making & "drift his net had brought
up across the bow of the steamer ana
become fouled In the anchor chain
Captain Sandstrom arrived here last
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Bear. ...Los Angeles
Beaver Los Angelea.
Great Northern. . aa Francisco.
Geo. W. Ulder. . . -San Diego
banta Clara. . . . ..ban ranclsco. ..
Northern Pacific. Wan Francisco. ..
Breakwater Coos Bay
Home City - l.oi Angeles. ....
F. A- Kllburn. ... an Francisco.. .
Koanoka. ...... ..iian llgo. ... ...
DUE TO DEPART.
Mr. Hegardt was authorized to com-(night as pilot of the American-Ha-
plete dredging the slip at the north
end of Municipal Dock No. 1 In ad
vance of piling beinjr driven near the
slip for warehouse B.
Commissioner Selling was granted
leave until September 1, as he departs
tomorrow for Honolulu to pass) a few
As the old British prison ship Suc
cess, now exhibited at San Francisco,
"is to be brought here, the Commission
fixed a rate of $2.60 a day for the use
of space at the foot of Yamhill street
as a berth. It is said the vessel will
remain two months.
In the matter of recommending an
extension of the harbor lines from St.
Johns and Linnton to the mouth of the
river. Chairman Mulkey named ' Com
missioners Burgard and Moores to
serve with himself in conferring with
a commitee from the Port of Portland
Commission consisting of E. C.
O'Reilly. R. D. Inman and Captain
.tr. W. Spencer. i
ONEONTA REPAIRS ARE BEGUN
Willamette Iron & Steel Works
Rnslies Job on Bar Tug. -
Repairs to the. Port of Portland bar
tug Oneonta. damaged Wednesday
, afternoon at Flavel, when the liner
Northern Pacific backed Into her, have
been undertaken by the Willamette
Iron & Steel: Works in the sum of
J1100 and are to be completed in three
days. Meanwhile, E. W. Wright, man
ager of the Port of Portland, has se
cured the tug Henry J. Biddle, of the
Columbia Contract Company's fleet,
and she leaves for the lower river to
day to remain in the bar service until
the Oneonta is ready. Captain Charles
Johnson will- be in -command, with
Charles Hobson, formerly of the tug
wallula, as chief engineer, and others
aDoard will be from .he Oneonta.
The Oneonta was lifted on the public
drydock at St. Johns yesterday, and
bids for the work were filedby the
Vulcan Iron Works in the sum of
$1110 to be completed In five days.
and by the Alblna Engine & Machine
works for 11280 to take four days, so
the figure and time of the Willamette
were accepted. Mr. Wright Bays that
when the Northern Pacific struck the
tug a hole was cut through her bull
and into the oil tank on the port side
being about five or six inches long by
eight inches wide. The fact that the
tug Wallula as being overhauled here
left the Port without a vessel to place-
in tne oar service at once. Out the Bid
die will be on the ground early today.
HASSALO GOES ON DAY ROT
Harvest Qneen Resumes Service
Repairs and a thorough overhauling
being ended, the O.-W. R. & N. steamer
Harvest Queen resumed her run be
tween Portland and Astoria, making
way points, at 8 o'clock last night, re
lieving the steamer Hassalo, which
goes on a. daily round-trip schedule
between Portland and Megler. so as to
serve North Beach points, beginning
wallan liner HonoluLan. He said the
fisherman had no excuse for his actions
and that scores of others were in the
vicinity but apparently saw the ship
anchored, while proper lights were dis
played as required by law.
Pilots say they have had no trouble
with fishermen on that part of the
river, though complaints have been
made of others in the estuary and on
the bar for drifting in the fairway.
Captain Sandstrom said fishermen who
were in the vicinity did not Join Jn
tne aemonstration, ana one wno accom
panted the irate gunman in his beat
in the morning had nothing to say,
DAMAGED CRAFT BEING TOWED
Decorah, With Rudder and Part of
Keel Gone, on Way to Portland.
ASTORIA, Or.. July 15. (Spcial.)
With her rudder broken off and a
short piece of her keel torn away as
the result of grounding on Clatsop
Spit, the halibut fishing schooner De
corah is being towed to Portland by
the steamer Jordan. The Decorah was
entering the river about 11 o'clock last
night when her steering gear failed to
work properly on account of the stock
having worked loose. As a result sh
struck the edge of Clatsop Spit and
hung there for nearly two hours before
she could be worked into deep water.
Flares were : sent up and the Coast
Guard crews responded and towed the
disabled craft to the Hammond wharf.
While the Decorah is leaking slight
ly, the principal damage is the loss of
the rudder and about four feet of the
keel. The schooner had been'fishlng
off Yaquina and has on board about
20,003 pounds of halibut. She also
brought two curiosities, a large shark
and a head or sun fish that weighs
approximately 100 pounds.
It bas been decided to lift the American
Darn jonn na on trie public orydock Mori
aay lor cleaning ana painting. Some
pairs tre being made aboard at present.
About 400,000 feet of lumber will be loaded
aooara me steamer cnenans at St. Helens,
and sne finishes on Wlllapa Harbor. The
Leiuo. witn passengers ana a lumber cargo
sailed from St. Helena last night for ports
. i i pun 1
E. P. Thomp, of the united States En
glneer's force at the Custom House. Invested
in a tox or cigars yesieraay. which ne dis
tributed in honor of the arrival at his borne,
ii7. least Twenty-tnira street North, of
To load lumber for Sydney under charter
to Hind. Ttolph & Co., the schooner LJzzle
vance sai:ea rrom ban ranclsco for Port
land yesterday. Eke was taken at SO shin
Most recent of the grain charters reported
i itiai Di ine japine steamer Asam;
Maru. by M. H. Houser, to load here fo
Australia, sne is on ner way to Honolul
from Newcastle with coal, having left th
Auriraiian riaroor juiy t.
Bias were opened yesterday at the office
ot colonel McKlnstry. uorps of Engineers.
L- H. A., for the construction of two fuel
oaraes ror service on the river, to he use
in iransponinc ruei to dredges. The P
Johns Shipbuilding Company bid $44R7.ftO
miso-i Brothers, S4no: St. Helens Ship
uuiiumg viiuiH.ii?, -iiiii; rornani Sihlp
building Companj. 4SO0, and Joseph Sup
It la reported from Fan Francisco that th
Grace steamer Cacique. whlc"i loaded here
tast weeK. is completing ner Australian
wmigw iu sua auipzueai nay.
. J uiy
. . .Juiy
. . J uiy
. . San Diego. .
. . Los Angeles.
. ban llego.
Ureat Northern. . .ban Francisco..
..a. F. to I. A..
. .fean Diego. ... .
. -H. F.toL. A....
. lito Diego. ... ..
ban t ranclsco. .
S3i ta Clara. ...
W a uam a .....
J. H. Stetson. . .
Beaver Los Angelea.
tieo. w. Elder. ....-an Diego
Breakwater. .... .Coos Bay. . . .
F. A. Kllburn. ... .an Francisco...
Kom City. .... L.OS Angelea. . ..
Roanoke San Diego. ......
Celllo -baa Diego. .....
. . Ju.y
Sound. 1 miles southeast of ban
July 1.-.. 8 P. M. ,
Carlos. ran rin) mr can . v. ,
miles west of Fan Pedro.
Northern Pacific, navel lor c-sn rr.n-
clsco. mo miles .south or tna toiumoia
1 1 1 . -
Knanoke. portiana ror n r r,nLi,.u.
miles south of the i olumbla Kivar.
Cusco. 8an r rantisco ior lacuius.
mll-s north of Pan Iraricisco
Willamette. Son Franuro lor oraine. i"
miles north of Ssn r ranclsco.
Kllburn, Anuria ror l oos Dai, to luiie.
south -of the Columbia Kiver.
Beaver, fan r ranclsco lor ronn
Kl Keaundo. towing narre ii
DIE TO ARRIVE.
Nam. From . Data
Honoiulan New York ....In port
Nevadan New York. ....... .Aug. 14
Santa Cecelia. ... New York..... .... .July ltl
Oh loan. Ne York. ..Aug. 'S
lowaa. ... ...... .aw Tors. ........July l:i
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For- Data.
Honoiulan. ...... New York. ... .... ..July iw
bant a Cecelia. .. New York ....Juiy 20
lowan.. ........ .New ork. . . .... . .J ui n
Nevadan New York. ........ .Auar. 17
onloan .New l ork Aug. zl
Movements of' Vessels.
PORTLAND. July 15. Arrived Steamers
Avalon. from ban I-ranclsco: Honoiulan.
from New York via say ports: tug uneonta.
irom Astoria, r-auea steamers BreaKMater.
lor coua Bay; celllo. lor ban Diego.
Astoria. July lo. Arrived down at 2 and
sailed at 7 A. M-, steamer Roanoke, for
ban Diego and way porta. Steamer Avalon
was floated and let up at 3 A M. Arrived
t Hammond at a A. M.. steamer Nehaleui.
from San Pedro. Arrived at 10 and left up
11:30 A. M.. steamer Honoiulan. from
New - York via way pwaws. Uaa schooner
Decorah ran aground on Peacock Spit. Con
dltion not aerious. Sailed at :15 P. M.
Steamer F. A Kllburn. for San Francisco
via Coos Bay and burtka; at ::1!5 P. M-,
steamer Northern Pacllic. for ban Francisco,
Arrived down at B:3 ana sailed at o:4o
P. M.a steamer Breakwater, for Coos Bay.
Seattle, July 13. -Arrived at 7 A. At.,
steamer Hawaiian, from Portland.
San FTanclsco. July IS. Sailed at 10 A.
M.. schooner V m. H. Smltiu for bureka
11 A. M.. eteamer ureat Northern, for
Flavel. Arrived Steamers Santa Clara.
from Portland via Coos Bay and Eureaa;
w. Elder, from San Diego, for Port
land via way porta. Sailed, steamer Roat
City, from Portland, for San Pedro. Sailed
3 p. M.. schooner Lizzie ance; steamer
Tamalpal. for portiana. juiy i. Arrived
at 8 P. M.. steamer Shasta, from Columbia
River; collided wltn steamer riaray on tn
heads. Sailed at 10 p. M.. steamer Santa
Cecilia, from New York, lor Portland vis
Seattle July 14. Arrived at 0 P. M.. U.
steamer Burnslde, from Portland.
PrtmnT. July 14. Arrived Japanese
steamer Bankoku llaru, irom Portland, for
Port San Lnrs, July 16. Palled at lO t.
M.. steamer Catania, for Portland.
San Pedro, July 15. Arrived Steamer
Henry T Scott, from Portland, for Wut
Seattle, Wash.. July 13. Ar.-lved Steam-
era president, from San Diego: Hawaiian,
via New York, from San Francisco and Port
land: prince Rupert British from Princa
Runert: United states fish patrol Albatross,
from Washington and Oregon coast. Sailed
Steamers Jefferson, for Southeastern
Alaska: City of Fuebla, Capt. A. F. l.uci
and J. A. Moffett, for San Francisco; Prince
Rupert (British!, for Prince Rupert: United
States ltgbtahtp relief; No. Vi. tor coast
San Francisco. July 1.. Arrived
Steamers Fifield. from Bookings; J. L. l,uck
enbach. from New York; Santa Clara, from
Portland. Sailed Steamers O. C. l.lndauer,
for Grays Hsrbor: Umatilla, for Victoria
Francis Hsnlfy, for Topoiobampo; Tamal
pa:a and Lizzie Vance, for Astoria; V. s. t
Paul Jones. Preble. Truxton, Perry. Whip
pie, Hull. Hopkins. Stewart. Lawrence and
Bremerton, for Alaska; Great Northern, for
Astoria: shabonee British), and Col. E.
Drake, for Vancouver.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
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Big Reductions Entire Line
Special Wilson Bros. Shirts
$1.50 Values, Choice for 95c
$1.00 Values, Choice for 75c
Extra Special 100 Ladies
Values $3Q to $50, Choice
Friday ana Saturday Only
The Regular Sale Prices Prevail Throughout the Store. Terms of Sale Cash
and W. Park
and W. Park
1 . fj
bar at S P.
M. Sea smooth; wind, south. 12
' LlglilfUIps Dclnjr Overhauled.
As llfbtvessel . No. 92 left Seattle
yesterday. after having- been repaired
and given her annual overhauling. Rob
ert W'arrack. Inspector of the 17th
lighthouse district, spent Wednesday
67. on Umatilla Reef, so the latter can
proceed lnrlda for needed work. Next
In line will b No. SS. off the mouth of
the Columbia, which will be replaced
for wl short time by No. 92.
" Wash- July
la reported that
Francisco for Topolo-
for Keaule. M miles north of r-an rrincuro.
Oreat Northern, nan tranciKu iwr - -
torla. off Blunts Ker. ......
Corona-lo. San Krancisco tor Aoerumu.
Point Delgada. . .
Santa Cecilia. MW Torn ir "--.
3S3 miles aouth of the Columrtia luver.
Wapama. I a com a ior can ,,,.
mil., north of Nortnwest !-eai noc-n.
Chanalor. Monterey tor r-veren.
north of Monterey. .
Centralla. Kureaa tor ran irn.i.-.
ilyaues, tiiio ior r .
out. July 1. I-. M. , ...
Liberia. San Francisco ior iionii".
miles out. July 14. P. M.
Manchuria, nonoiuiu ir ' "
19:t4 miles out, July 14. B P. M.
Wllhelmlna. Honolulu ior
1944 miles out. July 14, s r. m.
Atlas. Klohmona ior n-anuim.
ou. July 14. s r. -
Hllonlan. eame ir riwuvi",-.
from Flatterv. July 14. 8 P- . ,.
Korea, San e nnci, ,
Honolulu. R912 miles out. Juiy ' " , , .i
-Al.,n Dart inn I Or W l r 1 1 . i lav, -
from Columbia. River. J uiy i. t
lra M a. k enmonu mv.w..
Tnnska HaVTl r nnriurn
mil north of Point
taal na Km Til ..nOB J.
-trt mt norm or rn rum
fonfrei. Il,ll ior
miles norm of Arna.
rmitlllu, fcn r r-.ut.-sH w wa
miles north of tan Kranciwco.
Rosa City. n rrii
1st n.ia aouth or oini cur.
oampo. iin'r" ' r."B,
r.ann mun. " ,
15 mllea north of sn rrancuca.
Xews From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or.. July 15. FpeciaL) The
steamer Breaawater aaiiea toasy inr looi
Bav. carrying freight ana passengers irom
Portland and Astoria.
The steamer Roanoke sailed for San Fran
Cisco and San Pedro wltn ireisnt ana pss-
seneers for Portland and Astoria,
The ateamer Kortnern racmc sai:eo ior
sn Francisco, with mor. than 630. her full
complement, of passengers and a fair
The steam schooner Nehalem arrived from
San Pedro and went to th. Hammond mill
to load lumber.
The American-Hawaiian line steamer
Honoiulan arrived from N.w York via San
Francisco, with part cars, for Portland.
Th. steamer F. A. Kllburn aatled for Coos
Bit. Eureka and San Francisco. wltb
frelaht and passengers from Portland and
Th. steam schooner Avalon. which struck
her nose on the sands above Tongu. Point
veaterdav morning, waa floated flunnt th'
nlrht. after her declcload of aaphaltum had
been shifted aft, Sh. was pulled into deep
water by th. steamers Melvlll. and Hsncer
COOS BAT. Or.. July 15. (Special.) Th.
rasolln. rehooner Roamer called here las
night en rout, to Portland with canned sal
mon from th. Maclcay establishment on
Th. gasoline schooner GJoa sailed this
morning at 4 o'clock for Rogue River altn
supplies for th. Seaborg cannery.
The steamsnipa I . a. anourn ana riresa
water. from Portland, and th. gaaolln.
schooners RMtless and Relief, from Florence,
are due tomorrow.
The steam schooner Tellowstone Is du. to
sail Friday with lumber for San Franclaca
Tides at Astoria Friday.
M ... .8.0 feet' t:SS A. M....01 foot
H 7.8 tet,ll:v3 P. M....1-S feat
there to inspect tne ship. lie has twis River Navigation Company
ordered that she replace llshtvesael N. an office at thin place, which has
erated various boats, amonjr them be
ing the steamer Woodland and a gaso
line) boat, Wallula, between RldgeneM
and potnta on Lewis River and Port
land, has abandoned this run Indefi
nitely, on account of lack of business.
The steamer Mltnare operates between
this place. Lake Kiver and Portland
and the steamer Mvtlako. which was
placed on thla run some time aao. takes
care of the lewls River business and
also operate to Portland.
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAP, July 13. Condition ff tha
How You Can Remove
Every Trace of Hair
(All positions reported at P. M., July 15,
unless oinerwise iouiraieo.1
Speedwell. Coos Bay for San Diego.
miles souin or ean rroro.
Governor. San Pedro for San Franclsoo,
two miles south of Point Arguello.
Asuncion. Richmond for El egundo, Ul
miles from El Segundo.
Henry T. Scott. Fan Pedro for Valparaiso,
30 miles south of Ssn Pedro.
Northlsnd. San D'.fio lor San Pedro,
leaving San D1ero.
.VYUltAia Blieu. Philadelphia for Put
A attff Pasta made with some pow-
21 1 dered delatone and water and spread on
a hairy suriace aoout minuteia win.
when removed, take every trace of
bair with It. The skin should then be
washed to free it from the remaining
delatone. No harm can result from
this treatment, but be sure it Is dela
tone you get and you wilt not bo dla
STOP - LOOK - LISTEN
We will extend our sale of
To Saturday, July 17th
Until 9 P. M.
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Until 9 P. M.
PORTLAND GAS & COKE CO.
Fifth and Yamhill