15 raaaartgar agnt at Saattl for tha GRAFT ARE Uraat .Norlhara and tba Pacific Coast staanabip Company. Wet Cottoa Dlaablr Vraacl. CKATTLE. Wa.h.. ra5. I '. Tha dockload of cottoa of tb Paclfte Coaat teamabip Cmatllta. bound from Van rur for tit Franciaro. bacam watar.oakad bafor tb ataamar got out to tt laat Bight, and caue4 tk boat lo lUt badly, liala originally weigh ing ti pounta abtorbed water until tbay wrlgbad half a ton. Tb I'tnatilla luraad back from Cape Flattery to fort Towotend aad dlacbaxfad 21 bate of tb cottoa. fk-hooorr Talbo Duo Jnory T. The ochoonar VT. If. Talbot, which la to, take oa a load of lumbar hero for rdnr. la pe4 to arrlT about Jaauary I. Taa Talbot U under char ter to Comrn. Mac a all Co. Tka Storm Subsides and Sea Travel Is Resumed. TV0 VESSELS CROSS N J'aaauvan aad roel CiNoaU Are Mishlly fWrUcrd Arrival P.tm Clljr. I.'Itlrr ! 'orther . ractftc (l Away. Kooor raackad baa r rasciaco irom tk I'UI I.lantla December 1 with a rarer of roora. Tho Talbot ba a caffs capacity of I. feet. TITE MOKTOXG OREGOXIA3T. T1IURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915. OVItIG K Congestion cf anarln Intne caotad by th etorm. crm:( ctf lb Cos for several day w t iiJ yeeterday by a general imsiotttuil la weatne coalition. aa4 a tare 4Dtwr o :. atere4 an.) t la river Tb hafc wiad. woic had mart II dfflru; (or vessel to cr tn:. tn rivr. w rfrt4 to aav lie4 and to ae. a't become romsaratively imootb. Ti huMMO aark I'ort loo'a. vtira hal keen eff lb anouta of Ik river a.n.e gaturviay. ot Into A'torl al J ytr1ey ecorntna; aad left up at A. M. Tb Port of Portland lo WUu.t ait ba.J cf Ika lort Cat donLa Uil piturJir afternoon, but o w tec la lb kick md and 6tT aa tnt . ma. wee eoropelle4 la drop her. Mn' tttat lima the fears, had been Baal in about at Iba anou'a of tka river waitine; for a favorable line to coma in. Ta Port Ci'tdooit la onltr charter to load sra.o kara for M. M. Houser. Ilnaar tiuaa Arrive. Tka American-Hawaiian ataamar Ta Knua. wkick had b'B reported of Iba aiouia of Ika river Tuesday, crossed la to Astoria yelerlay mroir at silo. k. ?Ca left up for l ort. and 3 34 A. St but ewioc to tba foe; was delayed act d.d not raack Portland harbor until 2 J flrilj)r afternoon. lor a tint, owine to tba foe. aba was cocnUfl lo tia up la tka vicinity of Tka f'anaman brtnri about )) tool of mlereiianeous trrlcbt from New Tork. Included la to. a le a quantity af Christmas roods and hardware. Aftar dlsrharelns; aka will tako oa about 14 too of cargo, consisting prine. pally of flour. fei and flra brick. wtll prababtr ajt away from bra Friday fr J'eatti. and from tber aiil gn to Honolulu b'fora ra turaiea; lo Iba Atlantic seaboard. Dnrlxl Ma ll v Laavaaw Tha p. Tkraa l!rir Mas City and th North Taclfie iim'f Gaorsa VY ttidar bottt aot away yesterday for Cal ifornia porta. la honor of tk ho!MTt tba Rosa City att (tacerat4 .'.k CkrKtraa traaa f.-ora t'ai to atara whaa aha loft tft dock, fha rarrt-J about 1 toot t( (oral carao an4 paaaenca In:iud4 la tba freight aa Hi aaak of bat. H aarka of flour. II bo af aro:a. 1I04 ri of milk and axnt lr of ahnrta. braa and ot. Tba Oaorso V. Cldr carrlad a faw untr ant about toaa of gaa- oral frrisbL Tb fraiat included I too of r our. 3 i tona of ml f4. t) !fli of caotd soda and 3 toaa of opera. Tka ataamar Nortbara Parlfle. wblrk w d'iara'l oaiinr lo attdaa ea tha :roa4 at Tonua l".int. got aar T tardar moraine for tba trip to lo ITWi'lU'O. ii;iini:t.D ritAMxrt. iiolps fanrf M tour a Mom 1I Not Ianvacrt Har lrrrtlnx. MAR-rtELI. Or. Ivac. II rjkpa- riaL 1 of tba moat tlfa torjr bit af lot ormat iot t.ora4 bar r n r la tbat bu b rau.t4 from a tnroick lorrtf of tka Pay bar. arotsc Ibat tba r of Iba Cooa I'T crit CoJiol r. & Ml.-bia la appr aatir M'in. at laat for ona or two aana. Crytat baa baaa appU4 t tha bar. aa4 aoarharo baa II baaa f'Xiin.t ahoalati. T cbann'1 d) durlnc tba fomnar af Mil by Ibo rU b4 tb tt of ta north art Irada arlnd and d4 not anoal: it ha io baaa buftt4 by tha fcay airf anl ttorau from tb aoatk vct a&4 baa bot ba dacna4 la tba laa. I. 1 Tha aory at mada following a tatamaat by Capeaia WcLa.laa. of lb at.ama.iis Y. A. Ki burn, who aal4 ba foua-t i ft of wtur oa a trip I wo araaaa ago. ! C- Cbar.aaoa. port ngi .r. tna.ia tb ury an4 found ao p.aca ragutartng ! tbaa 17 faat at low wttir. oik-stki:j:t ixkk is ijisi:d Arrow Xnm Mnra flrraaa? of fnr 1 rriihl I aclUUt-a. Tk Oak-trt dirk baa baaa l'aa4 for a yaar. baglnaiog January 1. by fwayaa k fieri, operating Ik Arrow lint ataamara batwaoa In I a port aad ha a Franc! co. Tkia aaoounramant waa nad by Io--al ofrirlal of tha Una yaat.rvlar. Naw offio wttl b built for tia company oo tb up par floor of taa do. k. 9wafB Itoyt baa baaa ttting Atbara dock No. t for aaaaral yaara. t'f.'u.-il of tka Ho aay tkat tha cbang to tha Oak-atrt dark la mad bax-auaa f aair handling of fraigbt from tk tjow a-atrara ditrlt. Tb part of tho dock now u4 by th r"p;.a Navigailoa Comrany will b ciblt ta that coacarn. arcordiac to NV. u. Iirowa, Ic-al agaat for lat A Jlojt. J-.IV1K 12.1 AFtOVK ZCKO 3IRK Watry la Trtbatartr Ilrcntinc ami lib al I "oft land Iw I'uipkL Th XVIl amaft r.lr.r at P. M. -tarday bad rarb4 li t frat abo tba i.ro mark. Ti dntr mark la ron a4r4) IS faat. AltAouck tka rlrar waa rtair.g Utt Bight and will probablr continu to do cedar. II la Hal baUa.4 t'al II wi. rara tkat tag. Tn.aday IKI tha rir ro. rapl!!y aa4 durtac laa 2t boura nd ng at ( rlack; rtr.)y morning tha ria arga4 a littlo thaa IS lark a tour, fly otl-K rlardy vca log. l"-r, tha r't bad b-coma to t.W'ti aa4 tb rir bad gon up but on foot la gat koura. TrtolarT ihmim to Ika Wu;amtt r a raa-ly r!.trg tc.m i:n acest rttoMon:i A. B. C. rv an l to a to H Mr. Stooo'f Aallaot tot raaafDSrr Ilaslltrw. A. C. ranlatoi. titnl at ?sa frctak- for ts Oratl .Nortbaxa Fa if:c ttaffiM Corcpaay. ka baaa a foaf.4 aaaiacant gnrl paatangar toil of tb m rmjI. wita baad t wrt.rt at Ma rraacUto. affect! Jiury t. Vr faaBltas waa r?o:BI4 by Tal JT. St. ga.ra Irafr. wiaaeger. aad wilt virtqallv b an altat I Mr. ficoa ta baa4:iBg tit paaaaagar k jl yaaa for tna . (iraal .Ncrtbara aad nrtsara favitic. Dili II a4t of tkaa nl9 ti run !' r.a I aa4 Saa Fraa clxa hfr. tn!fan ka ba baad.ing 1 .a lU'ktCX gatafla at M fr- imt At boM a waa aarai Wtatara KILHALLIE IS REPORTED rOftTLAXD CWilX CARRir.ft MAKES DtBUt IX 1U D1T, la Laat af Jaly.Aagaat Crala r ta Ar1 la l olled Klag. oaa Oat f 11 lllage. Laa I ef tho July knd Augutt grain Oeel to be reported out from tho Colum bia luver. tbo Brttlak bark KUmalll. which cleared her with a cargo of wheat for tho United Kingdom July II. reached Dublin Monday. Icember 20. according to a dlgcatch rcelvel at tho Uercaacta Kxchang yeabcrdAy. hot waa Hi taya oa tha way. The Ktlmair.e carried 101.0II baahela of wheat, valued at IUJ.T.2. the waa lo4e4 hero by ftrauea At Co. la all a total of 11 crala Teaaeli war dlepatched from tbla port during the months of July and August. They car ried l.Jii.T; buthaia of wheat, valued at tl.4&.: jr.J buabela of barley. valued at til., and ei.bii barrcla o Hour, valued at I1S4.I04. Tho majority of tho vettcl la th July and Augutt grata fleet were cleared for porta la Australia. Besides tb KilmalU but on other vessel, th Japan's steamer Tokal Maru. waa dia. retched to tk L'alted Xingrom. Tb Tokal Maru. which was loaded her by W. H. Kouaer. cleared August It and ar rived at Lame rick October It. Other vcaacla of th July and Aufos f!t aad th deatlnation of each were American atearaer Colon. Melbourne American steamer Henry T. eeolt. Val raralao; American steamer Cacique, t-dnry; British steamer Kyptlan Transport, itjrdner: Amarlcaa bark John Kna. Melbourn; f'rench bark Amulre. Algoa Bay: American steamer Isabella. Baiboa; British steamer Highbury. Melbourn. aad American steamer Ax tec. Br is baa. . fl ' I ... .. . .. .Vt front Orrjon Porta. CtXS BAT. Or. r-c. r 4pwlal One ef tita tig Ureal iorlhra piwinltr i t pa 4 south this aft.raeaa wlthio tana of tba abar. IndMaUag a heavy storca arr sbora. Taa etaatn arhaoaer Hard r. with tamber from ice aimeaoa mill, salted for i r'rart.a at 1J ; lata aft.raaoa. Wica lumoar and r m n r. taa atamr Ad.iiae smith eaii4 far baa Fraactsc Ibis mtrm&t at 11 Tfta tMm KtMttr A. M. ar. from Ma t'rearitco Inle morning at 3 aad will tbip lumber at porwr mi. I. ASTORIA. Or fvae. Tt. eclal I Th rM caidoai wiu load grain at rat land. Tie tie N'aelaator. wtik ISa ell bare Ma&r.r in tow. arrtv.4 te-lay tram cai - irrna a route to yortiaad. Tha 'uat oird cellar Manalne wet Klf'-td lisl saoealng froot Iba .. t'. a d--a tt laa mat.:ltal wharf, tlit he I lie la tha I ititrt. Caataia l inram Saa arri4 troea aVjetea ta taaa eomoiaad af t (. Tk tas -haore Waparna and A ore. tta. wttt cerre er lumber tren St. lieteae. eari foe a rraacieca ledar. luua ar t be as-raed tomerrew arrer. .o nttui me rri-e lo the crippled rwttaa tar.-.uoe Jcdltk. As b.da are he ptei aoth hare aad at fart:aad. mx -r aate will lape ta eaa Ir. t will e ar!d. Tce et.not e-i--eenr rtaei:: arrteei iu m rateg Irom faa pdra aad wul load lam t-r at the Kammead salil. Ttie eta erbeaaar caratel arnd lal enrahc fraa Sea traaaar aad weal VV.crart te iMd lamber The .case evbeaaer Jabaa Fea'a ar- rt4 freiw fta IttncUr with fretfM fc A arte and IHartad. tk wi; ahirt tamo aw ta NMlir t faae aa lurabr tat ..r th.re a lit ga lo weeteort t Co. . br earea Tne ec.anwr Xerhera Facire sailed thl morn 1 ug I r 9r yraart; with a bar r'tsi asd a fair iit ar paseacra Te Ann rtraa-llaaallao Ilea itetmtl fiumtt a rrl lata sneealng frm Saa rraaw-ta I taaa ea rarga at I'artlaad tar the ttwalaa I:ae4 The eaoaaer nuiiam X. warpir heuid tiai leading lumber at Weetport amorrew morning. Tae rit araeaer Paiey. that la lead ing Imitrr at Ksapploau wi:i complete cargo a aa la ge t aea ttwtr nort In Tka taak steamer El frena. wira aarge Me la tow. sailed fr t'anlorala tadae. Tka t.amar T A. Kitbara. with freight nd taunn fnem pertiaad aad Astoria or Cm liar, roroaa tni aaa rnciii ropped la the lower fcaraor tbie aeeaiag. at may wot ' r.ror tnmarrow. Marconi Wlrtl) ncporta. IAII swollUaa ti ptrted at S T. M. Pin e tt aalea. ahewl aWiaaaieel.) Ci'v t I era. saa I'raacuco lor ttalbo. Vaaatrva R.4C. Haiw for aaa lra arise. JIM D". 1 -. f!-fn V ". I'oiiaiA c. ao rer tat rraactsea. iv-w ei r a rrsnrier. i. aaa f.dra foe aa Francisco. I ml.'a mi ef San pdna. Santa rx-eiia. a r-i'o lor caiiaa. ijn I -. Moth ( Sea ldr. M'.:. sa;t f "r saa fedr. lit mttee ortn f Sm yc!r A4ii-e rti't. raw n tt saa rraa--. tvl nli nor 1 of naa Franno. Vleen. Soat:e tr aa fiaacleoa. U m. . aorta of fm Ptaar tVapa-na. r..irwria r.ir for Saa Fraa cleex li 1 ' -a aorth of Cap Arago. ;rat ?t-itK.rm. rta.l for aaa rraa-ci-o. mil eoarth of Caro B nro Knt.rprue. flonaialt for Saa t'rasrtac. 1T.' mll.e eat. Iwromber J t I ri Mara, rwient for Saa Fraaclseo. 1 1 1 milra out. I " - m bT Jl tiraao saa rrannwa for Vaarow ear. 100 ar. from aaa rrtnciira T'poea. faa rtattue for Eureka. 10 al'. eaath af IVI"! Ar.aa, t'if'm-tto. ftaa rttrfl for Crave Uar lor T 1 mure ver of saa rra r r Imrty I'tagrraa. Saa ItawVa for aoattla. IS tan aorta af Tolnt Awe A ratine. Saa fraactac lor Saa Pedro, aft CI't"0'ieo atoa-v S r- foe Baa rraaclacex t.1 ir.ile sat f rraar .ro. K.aaer. Saa rtarlar for Saa P4r. S bb,.. a-oh ef Flt Bar. .rlra'!. San arir for A herder. enM ml.ee aor'h f Saa rranrtero Veno. aaa Irsacla-o far lloaolula. Hi Port'aed for Cea Par. karbaaad re; t. l alqul!! ta. Mo'-norr.h. " rranrler f- nra e. I,, e .!.. -.M-h of e rlo-lHa Klrer Aavaa--'o- fav'i for Itu-bsaead. o ml. tor-a f Pl-amnd l s-.ia.t toolsg barge 01. Porfaad for tl-laul ? aiM f ra Wfhmoe'1 t r. an P"--'1" r r"Ti .mn&. .v mt i ontia of th Co- 'mtla nirer. AFTER JANUARY 1 st, 1916 Allowance on Returned Empty Bottles We will pay for Rainier bottles at the rate of 35c per one dozen large and 25c per one dozen small bottles when received in perfect condition at San Francisco. "- 5S,-a,v ' f.-'Lassacns Prices Delivered to trans portation company at San Francisco, Cal. 24 large bottles Dark or Pale ....S3.30 36 small bottles Dark or Pale $3.30 24 small bottles Malt Rainier ....$3.25 We shall always aim to protect our cus tomers by obtaining for them lowest pos sible freight rates. The above new plant, thoroughly hygienic and modern in every respect, has been erected in San Francisco, Cal., to continue the manufacture of your old-time favorite RAINIER. BEER Making it possible for you to enjoy the Beer of your choice as heretofore. n IV J A -A ey r - s . J DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING One person or family may order 24 quarts of Beer once every four weeks. The price of the Beer must be remitted by certified check or money order to the Rainier Brewing Company, San Francisco, Cal. and your order will receive prompt attention. When the Beer is" delivered the Consignee (the person receiving the Beer) must swear to an affidavit before the agent of the transportation company, and pay a fee of five cents to such agent. ' ' Thanking you for past kind patronage, and wishing you prosperous New Year RAINIER BREWING CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I LUMBER TIPS OFFERED DEMRTMEXT Or COMMERCE BUL LETIN IS I9SIEO. i i r. TlAe M Astasia Tkaiagtr. tcsa. t.er. V t" ' M A. V re t X f t ea r ... i feet tjtaaeat Cateeeel t aeeaT. Aaarfta eiaamer CeUla gaeral earga, trmrm rriri- An-rv .a rm.r n.ai W K ge. eral rar tm sa rla a a Ha A."- ei.ana.r W. r. It .rrl a. cars ail. t-r rrt t'a'a. Aeft.-at ' - -r Jaae raatae. erg eele;t. trer aa raeea. ITfieat f tease 4 Ttar. Ataert.-aa eMmee oa ta a: : d .r. . a arai arft, far saa fW sag aa f-eta Afaerl.'ea eteaaer k-ae) Cllr. seaeral earea. I a r'ta'la. jjvaa .-M-aae w. T. Il.rrix talUsL for lrtti- tp.rwaa ..A-e-e Jahaa '--., T')X e.e let laeaies. iJf aaa rtaa;. Sllaattea la Aaatralla IMtk Traa nag. Seal I a a Treat! kr Afral After rereeaal lareallgat laa. WASUINOTOS. JtJC. IS. Th present eprrssloo In th American lumbar In dustrjr bag greatly Increased the Inter est In tk export trad and Its pos- Ibl development, f or this reason th epartment of Commerce, through th buraH of forelen and domestic com merce, has been sending; out experts to aludr th possibilities of the most promising: markets. Th latest bul letin based on these Investigations is Australasian Market a for American Lumber." written by Franklin H. kmlth. who baa bean studying- the lumber sit uation In th Far East. Australia and New Zealand. Australia Is particularly Interesting to Amerl'-an lumhermera. because the Island continent depends almost wholly on foreign supplies or sort, easily worked woods. The native timber la nuih and hard to work. In normal times th total Imports of timber ar valued at I U. 000.000. and of this ouanUte th United Slates furnish about IT.ea4.000 worth, or mora than half. Amarlran exports, however, cort alat mostly of undressed timber, and Mr. Smith's report la concerned largely with the prospects of Increasing eals of or see a timber, which baa hereto fore com mainly from tb I'.altlo re gions. Since tb war started Austra liana tiara not bad steady Intercourse wlta the Scandinavian oountrlee, and there have been Increased sales of American dressed products. An Interesting suggestion by Mr. Smith Is that a serious attempt be made to popularise th Anrlrin bun galow style of dwelling In Australia. Thsr ar many other suggestions In th bulletin, aa well as chapters on such important matters as tariffs, native timber resources, foreign trede, the principal lumbar markets and th lutn- her trad a of New Zealand. The book let Is Issued as Special Arents Series No. 109, and Is sold at the nominal price of cents by the superintendent of documents. Government Printing: Office. Washington. Schooner Vote Kuddcr in Storm. SEATTHTC. Wash, Dec. JJ.The 75 foot rower schooner Sophie Johnson drifted Into Clen Cove, L,umml Island, yesterday, after an encounter with a gale In which the schooner lost an anchor and chain and her rudder. Bhe was bound from Orcas Island to Seattle with cargo. The coast guard cutter Ouard Is standing by. A tug has been sent to tow the disabled vessel to Seattle. Marine Notes. The Parr McCormlrk steamer Celllo rearhtd rerttard yeeterdsr. bringing a few paaaengere aad about 4M tons of mlscella aeeua merchandise. Included In the carge were SOO tone of canned goods. 2 tons of paints. ol!s and varniabes and S3 barrels of denatured alcohol. The Cecil 1!1 take on a carge of lumber for the return trip te Pan Dleso. Rha la espected ta get away r-rlday. Tna st.am.r J-han Poul-a got lnt& the nrer yeterda from Fan sranclseo, bring ing barrels of asphalt. Kor the return trip t 8an Francisco abe will take oa 700. Ou ft of lumber. The south Jetty gas buoy at tha mouth ef the Columbia. hlr.l ass reported out. was repeated yeeterday morning. The French bark Pierre Anlonlne, which baa been discharging ballast at ft. Johns, la t ba shlf.ed te tba Oroa and Waah Ingtoa deck for loading. Ffrt 1 expected to ba ready tor taking en grain mdar. The BKrk Is under charter ta M. H. Houaer. The British bark ktedwar. wklck Is now St the North Pacific Lumber Company aacK Is ta be shifted to the Mersey dock for loading early Mil week. The kledwar la to lead (or iialfour. Outhrle A Co. Tb rrench bark Corn II Bart, wklck Is taking oa trrraa for Ilalfour Guthrie A Co. at A.blna deck, la spacteT to finish ber carga today. because of great many reqnrste for the rhaoaa from the rasular ackedula, the st.am-r teniae wUI lay over at tba dock h.re Christmas day and make the round trip ta Astena Sander Instead ef Saturday. Tba ttMintr "Pahema carried as a part ef Bar cnrgo bead cf dairy rattle from Van. couver. Was., ta Clatekaln yestsrdsy aft ernoon. The Brliltb steamer Lady Carrlneton. en rnute ta the United Kingdom from Portland tta a carta of shsat. arrited at Coronal. Lacmter 17. arcorJing ta advice received al tba Alercksats i..atct ciardaj. J ROUGH TRIP REPORIED PORT CALEDOM1 RIDES THREE DAYS OX BEAM ENDS. Russian Baric lias Mishap When Ty phoon Off River Flata Shifts Ballast Gear Is Damaged. ASTORIA. Or., Dec 22. (Special.) The Russian bark. Port Caledonia, which arrived this morning-, 148 days from Dublin, reports an exceptionally rouarh trip. Captain Carlsson. her mas tor, says that when off the River Plata the vessel was struck by a typhoon and shifted her ballast, carrying away several of the stanchions. The bark wss on her beam ends with her yards In the water for more than five days before she could be righted. Fine weather waa encountered oft the Horn. The Port Caledonia arrived off the Columbia last Saturday and Pilot Han sen went on board. Since then she was driven north to Destruction Island, and had a hard time battling; with the gale. One of the main backstays broke, some sails were lost, and It is possible main topmast was damaged. About 60 miles north of the Columbia River the bark sighted a quantity of floating timbers that looked like the dcckload of some vessel. Movement of Vessel). PORTLAND, Dec. J2. Arrived Steamera Celllo. Johsn Poulfen and Carml, from Saa Francisco: Fanamsn, from New York via way ports: tuc Navigator and barge Monterey, from Vonterey. Sailed Steamers rklano. for Pan Francisco; Rosa City, for Saa Francisco and San Pedro; Geo, W. Elder, for fan Dleo via way porta. Astoria. Dao. 'It called at midnight, steamer Wepama. for tit a Diego via way ports. Arrived at 1 and left up at 2:30 A M . eteamer panaman. from New Tork via way porta Arrived at 4 and left up at A. M . steamer CarmeL from Ean Francisco, tailed at 7 A. M.. Aureus; at S li A. M-, steamer Northern Pacific, for tan Franrltco. Arrived at 9 :i0 A. M. and Irft up at 4 P. M . Russian bark Port Otledonls, from Dublin. Arrived st 10 A. M atramar PaveMI. from Ran Pedro. Ar rived at a and left up at 11 A. M . tu Navigator with barge Monterey, from Mon terey. Sailed at 12:40 P. M.. rteamer El Segundo toeing barge No. 91, for San Fran claco, at 3 P. M., steamer F. A. Kllburn. for Coos Bay. Eureka and San FrancUco. San Francisco, Doc. 22. Sailed Steamer Beaver, for San Pedro. Dublin. Dec. 20. Arrived British bark Kllmallle. from Portland. San Pedro, Dec. 21. Sailed Steamer Ne canicum, for Columbia Kiver. Neah Bay, Dec. 22. Arrived-eScbooner Sausallto, from San Francisco. San Frar.cisco, Dm. 21. Arrived at 8 P. steamer Santa Barbara, from Columbia Klver. Sailed at 10 P. M., steamer J. B. Stetson, for Portland. Astoria. Dec. 21. Arrived at 4:30 and left up at 6 P. M.. steamer Celllo, from Ban Francisco. Arrived at 5 and left up at 6:50 P. M., steamer Joban Poulsen. from San Franclnco. payta Dae. SI. Arrived Alvarado, from San Francisco. San Francisco, Dee. 22. Arrived Steam ers Newport and Coaster, from Balboa. Saned steamers Colonel E. L. Drake, for Vancouver; Wasp, tor Mazatlan; William ette. for Aberdeen. Yokohama, Dec. 19. Sailed Panama Mnru. for Pan Francisco. Prattle. ffah Pre. 11. Arrived Stcam- ers Humboldt, from Southeastern Alaska; Curtcoa, from Vancouver; W. S. Porter and Northland, from San Francisco. Agriculturist I'roaosal Dropped. 'ALBANY, Or., Dec. 22. (Special.) Linn County will have no county agri culturist next year. This was definite ly decided yesterday by the County Court while the court was discussing next years' budget with the commit tees appointed by the Grange and the Albany Commercial Club to present to the court the matter of securing such an employe. Sarali- Bernliardt's Illness-DeniedT PARIS, Dec. 22. Inquiries made at Sarah Bernhardt's Theater today con cerning the report that the famous actress was seriously ill, brought forth the statement that she was in good health. Simply Pour Boiling Water on a Steero Cube and your cup of delicious Hot Steero is ready.' Steero Cubes added to soups, sauces and gravies greatly improve the flavor. Sohleffalln Co.. Distributors, New York c3 u Reg. U. S. Pat, Off. Made by American Kitchen Products Co.. New Yorlc 10" as- AatcmW Afeefaf of Honor Patmnm-Potific Expotitiom Sam Francisco. 19 IS gold hi tout of 12. iOand 100 Cufru. ktk your oruf Utt. tracer tv Dtllcattt- taa Dtalar.