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THE MOANING OKEdONIAN. FRIDAY. PF.CEMIIEK .11. 1913.
TIMBER SALE HEAVY
Oregon Forests Contribute to
BILLION FEET IS TOTAL
l-oartl hf Chief I orrlrr
Amount Takrta rom 1 e
f (rrtta al Great
Sum of SI. :..
A.-ror- n o a report Ju.l ...ud k
tratef l'rr.trr li.ar i. i;rae fo
tr-.m f -,: y.r of mora than t
or In. Ii.n5)r s'JiJ from ail tea National
for I., th country baa ba laa.n
irom the i""n for...!.
"vf total, if. roatk firuraa.
I H4.1 a., !),! ,o.rd f.i sold from h
NUnal f 'reata. 4 tIM forest, kar
ein.tribi. 1 ; l Ta .atua
! ''-..ork limber sol.j I. rated, al
Nil all ef is. timr laa beet, rut
a t fc ikoul S. ! (ca bcii ad!
h f esj the slum:.
Th. prte. rf Mump( dia-
T""et ef in enrnmerrtat mI dunce
t'- "f-r a I; I par tbou.erid board
f.el. ri. !it- fiw, ... Ihn report.
I. eaov. mora trial th n.rtK. prte
f r I 111 we d i' chiefly to r. ial
af W.-t.ra, Y.iiow pine in IM eteta,
tsaa'a. ari'l af unu.ua.1 quality.
1. th .am- rwport It la d er.d that
trnina: a h. ran. ef mar. than
S'l fr cm af th. fire, thai ovrurred
In th. National f.et.. a et.tra.at
t t lr p rt ni.ril. t he cam par
tatrr front tha blame tbat fcaa baa a
ttaeft.d) to hi nniaoit for . anaay
GUARD OFFICERS REMAIN
lienor iprea-. Slkf a-t. al Jl.
all of Cm frrr m.ar.
lt!s..4-rt taa rn.rr.f. of th a
f-var. at tha tf.fn. N.lloa.1 tiuard
."mm p la t 4 t .-In.-day. m ef lb
erf.... fr"i out ef la city remain!
In l'oft;4'l yeatervlav.
Amor )ka rtla. oft A ijistanl
'fiara! l.n A Wa.tr. at hi. ofrw
trie M . I'rI'l ya.t.rd.y. vara
.j'aia rrn..t. t. M i.-h ei . h. of JV.
r-nnvtfla. U.tDnl I'lauJ. 1. f'ruao.
Intui. I. !. t'aptaia WtlUare) i
tliim Fusaee. Captain 1'eul Ik
lionH Cu... a at Csplais V. IL Itual
l r. Iucana
All of ti offKara apr.,l tbam--!.
a. b'lr lithtf al ttk
tno tlja ef taa roof ran-o.
HOUSE ROBBERIES HALTED
IVItar (atl'4 to rrr.rnl Third I t
Iry linrtn: l.mllj'i A triM-e.
Mr.. W. U HtllMiar. M1: Vaa lUul
t-r .tr.at. (at tha al lanca ef a
uixr.tu. Is carina- for the kon. ef
a n.i("br. ytrt. II. K. Ilm.e. al III
!'marl aCrct. Bear . i.Uts,; al 1 1 ooJ
V m.lay cN aomena broka la lh
tt KtnoUr iM iorriea rul tha
-ra.a .ml lrlJ to fvrca bata lb back
nt aitia anora
Ahont thia timo aha basaa to f.ar
that M. burd.r Mil h I rnma bark
aaia Ut nht. ma aha ral'rti I'atrol
n aa l)lioi ant arrans.4 thai tha
beuaa bo traCrhi.
'P0Rrt IS MOSTLY WATER
M-lc l.rntl-1 a Tr-I. tte.ral t'x of
llarrwtl Sn;ar ftr Color.
Burn., auaar an4 aialar tnay look
! A. port inr. but la Rot a rjr pataia-
TMi la tha roru!alo A. H.
a'ate chcrri.t. raach4 yaatariiar aftrr
tr of -"ura t allforuk roru"" fur
rh..a. an it u allatrxi. from tha 5trlnc
Vi : W ina roaip.ni. at Carotid, an-i
mhf!l atraata. I
Bal;i. ef thl. "para rwM" at Iba
a'f.-a ef tha Mat" fov-l and iMirT
'nmm;to.r yaat.rnajr dlctoaal that
tha concoction w.. i par cant .air.
a par cant alcohol, and In. remainder
lQrn"t j.r f..r rolnrlnc
rton lata ftt'tril.T. en a ftf.c to.i.r
Oil fl'ea by Id. ac..rllT alr.
Tru.t I'ocrpany aialnl I " or'hr
Hrat t lorrtaRr and tha I ml
m l;arUle fa t a a l".n p-r.
filii.t'lisi 1. t;i.i. fir.i-nrl
(are lonf. J bT tha !eeur:t'
' I'orrpaaT aa tru.t. a an4 l..ud b
th- br.a.r. evinrara. al.o c
urCrrortcaa lundt, rtrr.w r. tad b
th l a I'd ILarblnt A !alr.'a Com
paay aa Iru.t.a.
Thara are : can.ral i-rt!ltor. tin
eeor.d. Tn Nrtrirn lirVaarr Corn
paar I -an I Mo cor p-ra: Ion. It own
.ia 5car llraw.ry at Vancouvar, t'a.h
and haa other property to'h In Oreso
and nubitiilan. It baa d'na an
tanat.a lueine.a In bvta (tate. fo
Iia.-au.a of crobibUlon In a tare
mea.ufe. tha r.rroanir haa becom am
barra.aar, defau.tinc In tha pavmen
of Ita tone roiponi dut In April an
" tutrr of It al.o f.t4 to ir.aet
lla ainklna fuRi riulrcnenta.
Attorney Joarph MTon filed tha ar-
pltcatioa for lie receiver on beha f
tha ferot'.l. Pat Inc. Tru.t Com
paar. Attorney A. I. Mil er. of Van
router. cuun.el for th ("cited Hank
ieT NaT inc. Company, and Altortiry
tr'.hur Lansculh 1 r.preaeptina th
Nortiiam lireaery Comiiany.
Tha tiloin.ii appeared bfora th
I'e.l.-al foart late yesterday. A bond
of aaa reiulred of tha recler.
ahirn he Ria-J var y la.t nicM. and
n rd chare of Ita company prop-
POLYGAMIST GETS TERM
ni t( r it i;fi;(.n to
atilttt: i -ntn
tleafed HHoeee aaaa Lealeary
a triad "Kir Mealer I A ei ardrd
Takinr for c ranted that hi. alt li
Lo Anaelea. Hum a horn ha bad ap
afat.d lour yara bafore. bad iarur.4
a di.orr al bout nolifrlna him, I'.ob
art H f-Mr(Uir D .rrled pretty l:ie.
r 3J.A li.Ur. of I'ort.anJ. laet Kail.
ad. oa tba rbarca of polyaamy .11
e.i.n(e4 by la4ca Kavanauaa Tr9
t.r l.y ta lit month In th County JelL
The 1 (ti .enlanr aaa la !ar of th
iImuiiii rircurn.taar that Mchirt-
baaer bad M'd to K.tto aita Ike In
lentioa of fiiies duorca oruceodlns
haa povaib'o. aa soon aa ha learned
at ha had e.f bar n d nor raj.
A reunion a aa cot rffrclad. a Mrs.
fhirfhauer Nn. 3. ar ho remain. Ml
"kl.-A'.U.tar. Biatntalna that rVniffbauer
Berer tol l kar wher h aaa cintr. and
da.art'd krr a aaok after marrUer.
The Indi- tmant of h hiffbauer Jointly
ana Mr,. Minai rpiuMinr for unlaw
ful relatloet.hfp, h.ndad ooa n by th
rand Jury on edneday. t 4l
nn..l ye.terdy ah'n Jalfa Ka.an
auch pronouaraj aentrn on tha other
rr!ffbaurr a, forrnr'y emntotad
aa enctneer at Ik. ht. Jehna Ire Work.
Ilermaa llu..e.l. convicted of beine;
... ef a araric of younc mn a ho.r
drpradatlona bad cau.ad tha lo.a of
copper a Ira value at I Too to traaa
portatlon companlra. Wa aenteoced to
1. itiontki la Jail by Juds Ka.anatssh
M C T- AMvi tl
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ORIENT LINE LOOMS
Steamer Being Built Expected
to Be First of Fleet.
PLANS, HOWEVER, HELD UP
Intrrrat Prf.lnn.ljr Takrn by T. D.
Ulro-t In ItablUliln.r lar
ljklrrn Srrv Ice Cormldrrrd
Indication for I'ulure.
flan, a-hlrh Theodore B. WlkOJ.
head of lha Portland Flourlnr Mill
Company, haa for th futur operation
of a t.OO-loD alearr.er. under con.truc-
tion at San Krani-taco. which ha haa
purrhaied from litnd. Rolph tc Co, a.
told In an Aaaociated Prraa dlnpatrh to
Th orr onlan yesterday, ara not ba
Inc d I oil Bed. hut th fntcre.t b ha
di.ptaved In an Orlenial arrrlc out of
I'ortland dnrlnc normal times has
ClTrn ria to the asaumptlon In soma
nuartvra that th ve.aei la to be tha
besinnlnc of a Far Katrn fleet.
n hen a contract was clo.rd with th
t'nlon Iron Works for th vea.el It was
Intended to nam her Annette Iiolph.
hut now It is hoped ah will b named
n honor of a I'ortland realdant and
that her home port will be Portland. In
which event ah would be th only v.s-
tcl of her typo ao rrjtiatrred. ,
Th .leamrr will probably be read
h latter part Pf next hummer. bhe la
ha second that was to be namari th
Annette Iiolph and tha third ordered
by Hind. Holph 4c Co, the first help
now the rorweiao steamer Pacific, re
ently loaded on I'ucet bound, and
whtrh a aa sold to a Norwegian firm
borlly before h was finished.
t-ears la later., II. y Karaaa.
The second, named tha Kurana. was
old to th Mrarhaa Intere.ts of I'tor
la and wilt al.o load on Pucet Found
or Kuropa. Her owners have ordered
nother carrier of tha model at San
ar.riaco that will ba ready In th Fall
Mn- th Inauguration of a Portland-
Or'.antal serrir years aco Sir. Wilcox
been th principal .hlpper. (nor
moua qtiantitlea of flour beinc sent
roas th facific. and In addition to
ha re-ular vra.ela other wera char
ered al time lo tak car of tha bual-
Ha was actively concerned In th e
Mlikrn.nl of the I'ortland V. A.latlc
nr. and deplored the fact that thai
eel was discontinued, and haa sine
contributed with c.rio toward Water
ou. Tru.la and tha ISoyal Mall and
amhura-Anwrlran ateamers that were
n previous lo the European war.
H.rranl for ervle A feat.
'r lata there has been a movement
foot lo provide a aervir from thla
port, and It Is understood assurances
av been elvei. in ail quarter of sup
port In tba war of r.rio. Hound this
ay veaaela would ba certain of de
pendable ahlpmrnta In the way of .ni
hil r. hardwood, copra, hemp and Chl-
r and Japanese merchandl.e.
In advan.e of th announcement of
ha purrha of th new steamer by
v iicox. men In touch with the alt-
atlon declared th pro.pccts were of
he kriahte.t for an early and perma
nent r.tabli.hment of a line that would
y direct lo and from tha Columbia
afternoon with 102 paa.encer and TOO
tona of freight. In wntch were ship
ment of mo., hides, paper, box
hooks, automobile", flour, apples and
cheeae. Th Northern Pacific will ar
rive on th return Sunday and begln
niri Tuesday will for tha present sail
from Flavrl every Tuesday and from
san Francisco every Saturday.
The steamer Bear, of the ao Fran
cisco at I'ortland fleet. aa held lonser
on drydock than expected and la to be
floated thla afternoon, but la to be
loaded In time to depart on schedule
at I o'clock tomorrow afternoon for
San Francisco and Los Anireles. The
Itose City reaches here Sunday to be
laid up for new boilers, so the steamer
Rear will sail January S. being the
flr.t trip on a weekly schedule that
will apply while the Hose City Is off
I ho run. The North Pacific steamers
will rontlnue to leave Wednesdays from
EMPLOYES GIVE DINNER
I l-.e-rr. "Tltorrn A Co. tfMirlmrnl
f a.hr. Thori-rn ! o. mvl at lunch
to'i yj-t-riir at IN Or-Ftrot. Hotel and
confrrt t lh (orw. Th m-lti
aetn4i br 2 mtntbr of Ihc
mmr r mm (t ara op(itritttc vtn on
Hm .ookt for lh ytrar. lntm
Ijirvooi Wlrrlr-. Jlrpirti
4W J-9 Mtsaaas rrtbrnib .airslailw
x , KHsf, ?. -ar.irr f" tmn frmn
tim fi n.il Miti f I'la-aT-. i:mnc.av
r.ai i . !, tim rt.- '-o fwr 1 ui ki. Jt
Ok I ' - a-.trt vt Jri Is-.tr-.
llT aC -ra rQ f flDrkMa) f vf HsJ)ltSMSt,
I ! Uti'a tbUUl tt( . Kl-MQi tHU.
an I r a. o c lata. fr HIbai,
t.nrrnoi. fv-j-. for n rr.a-Uca.
loir Yitt-a oijth tf iTsmi Ann't'-v
M-j''n-mr,. -kaan rriukiara f r riro.
) mk. 4i of rei l.a.Phar
l.'ia iri trm .. a Krrrl o f r
l.ia. aM n.iks tyuutr. C Fmn 'ro-
2 HELD AS ACCOMPLICES
.V-salated lib AllrcrU Itar-
jlar Arr ArrralrtJ.
T. m-a war. fc.ut la tha riey Jail
'at :!. .uerted fcy tatavtlve.
tleirr.r aa. Ti-kafiry a. arcompluaa
af Harvey kix.ii. aliased burlar
a fteaa e . pa anS l...pt'ir. th day
h: or Cbri.trua brauakt kin. lata pab
Harry lioHi. waa pl.k.o) np wl'k
th a.U-k ef Him kilv. Idrad. stolen
l'm k.r spartra.ata al 11 Fourteenth
trmt. aad H. ?.r wa f 4 wa
lis a damoal .twk pia b.t .v.d la b.
j'.it ef tn stoiea jw.:ry.
ACCUSED MAN FINED S25
Trtrrtoa t.trl IJcotlflea Attack
bsswvt. Why IVrMrvta I a aocr ne.
f'rad I (!. ef I.aata. av Vara
Ita.ei.t. a laint. t.:apon. otratr.
baa an. taken b -nt fur aomaor Ia. H
breaahl a number of wttseeaee Into
.-d; .it.va.aone court to ao.ak for
hi. (oej snorat rharavtar. k'iW nav.ra
t iata. j r.d :os?a wa (4 I." J for
jaaau'l ea Ike p-.t'y t.tepboa epar
atjr afta of erf tha streetcar oa the
S'f it ef Nev.rabar -a.
Ha ba appealed; It r.w.
BREWERY RECEIVER NAMED
Henry tUerlirukr la Sr Ici-tcU lo llan
ll Alfalra by Jadjv Wolxrrton.
Henry poaemk was appointed -e.tv.r
f tba Mrt:era pr.a.ry I'm.
paflj frvscrty by I'.d.ral Ju;. Wvl-
Alter. Jiaa r. aetata far C
Wlt1 af e.n I (Ml' lt.O
tj'.aen. n lT..tU.o for Seattle, el mile
awt or ti .a-
K -..rt'and t -e im ITafwIwo.
mile a K4 f - ef tri : a m ! i a llit.r.
A'a llirhnioril ,.r e-.lt.e. IO KI!W
Bo't. of et. v.-a. . Kr-f
I'.utr.iL. rdaeq f. e. I'edr ra
' ai,a ef H an.
K'.bui-v a l-e eoa Par. I ml!.
le.in f '-iK- a--i (.! F" fc
- i.m avrt:-a f t a. rVaarlaro, Stf
au- .ana of li.uit. It.rf.
Ji4.il-. .mitt. raa Irirtlfc. for Caa
lla. .r mi.-. .-tr ef kr.erl-o
k:..Tt.ts. ear r.al..a fwr l'wt-aad. Z
tat ar 1 ef ll'tince H.-f
Sfl r.dra (or eeattte, 4. mttea
Narinera !-". 1ave f-.e San Traa.
lao lul a-la eii'li ef Ibe I'eTuaib.a ilre
llarrm. urt l.e.i. for Una'.oa. a mile
fro n tuantoa
v.ama. Mtt Vr.nrta.-a for Torttaad. la
0. : I .lli af P null H- ef
Wi;:m-t. lr.. k'.rr fr ..a trraa
le. t ail. .a e.'H of li:a I'.'qint!. It.e
l"-eter. ft. i-'aftl f eeatl.e. mile,
ar af Saa i-'x
r-....or St .ei-rvy tt II. af.lt. atl ttilt.a
1. t'4 ef af'I.e-r
:; ea.tsaU taalnc ..... l. Kl. kmoed
far Sai I J mi... r-om S
A.aa :an. f: .maud for t'ufuxa. Saa mite.
w-.a t :..a.
lraa. I'.Tt AB..'aa f.r ... I'raartara,
. n.t.a. a r ef .aa FVa.rl. a
.reel .ffi.r.. liao-ui far San Fra9
.le-'a. .la. oat
II .-. ile:wa tar af.at.rjr. aa toltea areath
tii.oui.a. (aa Praaalara f r l(aoi!, ii
1a'.s. a. a rraariar t -r Kobe. :
a.a l-' ' r. .a i rt.ft-. for T.rema.
S m: mm tdrt .f ... rratr'ar
tf. i.i.i.. aaa rraacUe far llaae'a' il
Haa r.d. f -e .a Fraaciar. SO
Oil... eaalt .f falsi T
LOW III l XOT I.OTIir.U TfG
allutn'a Ma.lrr Sa)a lie Could
latn Held IrrtlSc If Cable Secure.
Had a wire splicln? held on the brldlo.
e tuc Walluia would have been able
hold tha drrdae North Bank In the
w cf Monday nlaht, says Captain
Kerd. matter of that ve.sel. In a verbal
report mad to K. W. Wright, manager
of the Port of Portland. Mr. .Wrlcht
has returned from A.toria after bavins;
Cone over details or the accident that
resulted In th North Bank being
washed onto tta beach at West port,
when en route from the river to fusel
"Captain Iteed says that there was a
llehl southerly wind from the time the
lug and tow left the river at 11 o'clock
Monday until after he sent me a wlre
le.a Incase at 4 o'clock that afternoon
to the effect everything; waa all rlcht."
.aid Mr. -Wrlsht. "Soon after ll blew
from the westward for about an hour
and then from the northwest, but be
fore ll hauled around to the latter di
rection the spllelntr let ri. He says
that he made offshore at Wlllupa Har
bor and waa about elaht mile off the
bench .when the line parted.
"Captain Heed was standing- along--
ld the lookout aft when It went. It
belnc dark then, and while, h could
not sea the dredc he wa keeping; an
ce on the hawser and aa It carried
away he ordered the tutr about at once
and they cruised In the vicinity with
out findins; the dredge. It would seem
that th. two men on the dredge failed
to maintain light, otherwise tha tug
would have found her easily."
Xrvsa I'mca Ore-goa porta.
A.TOSlI. Or. re. S . Upa-l.l Ta
la., at.aimar A'evil ea-l l.e vi:ftata T.
Herr'a a'fi.ed fi.ra Caufjeaia alia faol
all I r l-ortlaad.
Tie ateaTe Claa w. yea.trk arelved
fea Saa ko4r. m i la toaalia lurader al
Ifi. Il.rara.ad m.ii.
T. .can. .-ka.n.f fa.'.v r4t n.ra shifted
la W.t.rt . laad iLimber.
e .' rteae.ike mi'I fee San Fraa.
elar. lad ... ra.li. wits t--e-..t aad
t.a-.,.r. f-om IVirtka.d and A.toria.
Tie ete.e. ta- ..a-r rt.-aa cl.-t.b. ar
rt.ad f r--n r.a I raa.-la.-w l. kna4 luraber
Tea .t.a-w fc-feiMf J 11, .l.tao. e.i:ed
f-e ea.-i I'. -ra aiib luaiaar from I'ertiaad
TS. Hei-Mf .erf-err- T" I Ti- Oa ! I'-f f.f
a.. rrae.ar. fraiahl in. pavaaae.ra
V. IU t.Urke I Ur-iovrrinr.
W. B. lltafk. a Portland whofrsa!
dealer, who ha. beer. u!tt ill at th
..ood Samaritan Hopital. has recovered
rapidly during th pa. I few days and
ha a aMe to alt vp for a fw mm
ut.a ya.terday afternoon. II la said
la ba r.jttin. aa well as can be i-
Tli re or four Ixtadrnl Slilp Ara
rnnifc for nivrr Tomii.
There was a deluge of orders for
towboats yesterday from masters of
vessels In the harbor, all wanting to
go through at once, though for the pant
few Jay. nme have been In the stream
fully loaded and a ere not ready to head
toward the Pacific The Port of Port
land haa worked out a "lineup on
movement of tha grain camera that
began at J o'clock yesterday, when the
French bark Comtl Mart left down In
tow oi the steamer ivklahania. She
will e met niMair to Aalorla by th
tuit Wallula and delivered In the lowei
The British bark Ualgate la to be
started tomorrow morning at daybreak
and the British bark Mr-la ay haa or
dcre-i a boat for o clock Monday morn
ing. Th French bark I'tarce Anlonln
went to th stream from Irving dock
yesterday and will follow the Medway
down the river.
CALLAO RIGIITKD; THEN LOST
Hrlplr-sM IVruvlan Bark Is Still
Drifting, but Not iocatcd.
SEATTLK. Pec. SO. The coaat guard
cutter Snohomish has returned to Port
Angelca for supplies after two weeka
at aea, during; nearly half of which
time she was occupied In searching; for
th drifting Peruvian bark Callao. The
cutter I'nalga has taken up the Callao'a
quest. Shipping men aay the Callao,
without sails. 4s being carried here and
there by winds and tides, but has not
gone ashore. Indians ire watching the
coasts of Washington and Vancouver
stand for wreckage.
Although a sharp lookout has been
kept for the CaJlao by the revenue cut
ter Snohomish and the lifeboats of the
British Coiumbia life-saving stations,
the movements of the vessel were still
shrouded In mystery up lo a late hour
ast night. The vesseK was reported
sighted on Thursday evening by the
Pschena station, hut after dark she
completely vanished and has not since
LOAIk KOMMKKSTAD IV NORTH
One of Two Grain Steamers Krom
Vladivostok to Get Cargo Here.
Portland loses another vessel of th
grain fleet to Puget Sound, the Nor
weglan steamer Sommerstad. which
Hated from Vladivostok, being Intended
lo handle a cargo to be assembled at
the Northern harbor by Balfour. Guth
rle at Co, her charterers. The Nor
eglsn steamer Wascana. also from
Vladivostok, will be loaded here. Th
Sommcrstad arrived at Kabang on Ie
camber 13 on her way from Ptctou
S.. by war of Norfolk. Colon. Barbadoi
and Port Natal. Th Wascana arrived
at Nagasaki on December IS for Vladl
vo.tok. being also from I'ictou.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. yesterday
completed loading the British bark
Medway with more than 135.000 bushel
of wheat and she will be cleared today.
The same firm haa the Elginshire In
LIBRARY SHOWS GAIN
Circulation Increase 101,462
Volumes More Than in 1914.
RECEIPTS TOTAL $164,525
coos hay iirovs ahk ki-m.t
t.lgliltrouae Tender Manrnnlta Is
Changing Marine Mark.
COOS BAY. Or. Pec. SO. -I Special.)
The llshthoua tender Mansantta, Cap
tain Klchardeon. arrived In port early
this morning, and with the aid of Port
Knslneer 1. M. Chorion. haa been
settln; buoy ail day.
Tr.o.e changed were the whistler and
(he striped buoys on th bar. and In
poaltlon formerly marked by th black
can waa supplied by a new black bnoy.
There are other buoys, four nua cana.
In. Ida th bar. and seven spars, be
sides the beiibuoy at Charleston to look
after )t, and Captain llichardson ex
pert, to be here over Near Year's.
The ate.mshlp K. A. Kllburn. du to
day, will not arrive until tomorrow
morning, having been delayed al I'-u-
Tl'KlUNKI. OX NKW SCHKlllLla
Northern raclflc to lae . 1'lavcl
Kiery Tur-aday During yinlor.
Th steam. hip Northern Pacific
sailed tor mo r rancisco yc.icruay
Captain Tirrna. of th. Port of Portlan
.teenier Orkl.hama. aaved on ef th
1'nlte.l elate ensltiaers veaael. a trip
rrmoiln. a anas f rom . the channel n
Atioor-a. whlrh river pilots reported as
menaea to navigation.
Captain I- C. Han, Jr.. brought the
oil tanker Arsyll Into port yeaterday from
I'ort e.a Lji.. Ialen with l.i oarre
ef fuel oil. 4-al harrel. of gaaolln an
1017 barrels of k.roaene.
Aboard th Brltlah bark O.Ir.ie. which
leave, down tomorrow, are lel.la bushel
of barlry nalued at 1 1 3'.. 425. th ship be
ing hound for A mores for orders snd sail'
lug In th at. II. lleuser fleet, .
"arco for .S'.wport. Toledo and WaMport,
with which the saaollne achouner llren
waa cleared lest.rday, amounted to 4
II. J. Kimball, depot, collector of cu.
loins In chars of the offlr at slarahfleld.
on l'o. Hay. resched tli city e.terday
on a short bumneea trip.
From san Francisco new. baa been
celled that the steamer blanca Reva. of
ton. net ral.ter. h.. been aold lo
Eastern Intere.ta at llaO.ouO: the .learner
Narwhal, of SfcU tons, to la A. Pedersen
at private terms, and that the price paid
for lha steamer Rarelll by the Pacific
Coast Steam. hip Company ass fuo.000.
That, lha Norwertan steamer Baja Cat
Ifornla had discharged her carro at Saline
rrui ao that a new propeller could b.
fitted waa Information that reached the
Merchants' Exthaiic y..irday. It was
said th. ve.aei would reeuwe b"r voace to
r-orta on the west eoa.t of bouth Amer-
en January 4. bha left nere ueeemner
13 with shipment, of grain and lumber
snd put Into tha Mexican port a few days
aso with her propeller damaged.
As the re.ult of a partial survey made
before Christmas the drertred channel
he mouth of th Columbia Klver Is said
o be "stsndlng up" well and that there
as. been no deterioration.
ltertnnlnr January 1 tha gasoline launch
Mitnare. which pl-s between Portland and
leal, rtlver. will berth at Oak-street dock,
shifting from th foot of Taylor street.
Returning y.sterdav from the Southern
Oresoti coast. In.peetor W arrack, of tha
Seventeenth Uyhthous Pl.trlct. made a run
the mouth of the willameu to Inspect
e ll-tlit station there.
II. C. Baker bus been appointed frelsht
agent at San Francisco lor th parr-
VlrCormli-k line, v
After working a rart forgo at th Clnrk
IVIIaon mill yesterday th steamer Olym.
nle r.roreMiel to the ortri Facltle lor
n.Im. feet and will smic louij io i uiri eu
rollow-lne an orerhstillrg. the 1 matins
Reef iighivessel returned lo her station ye.-
erd.V and til rellel reuse, eieameo i.
Seattle to coal, after miiitn in goea to
Wtn.low lo wa.h hollar.
To lo.d lumber for Maxlro, two steamers
of the Md'ormlek fleet are en rout, here.
h. Klamath having lett san rranci-co ai
.-lock Uednesilay stternoon. boo in.
w.n.ma an hour later. TH. Mtmitn car
ri..i tt.a firet or inree cantors orarreu.
Mlilp from her, more tnsn a monia .sin
enrl h.. rlnre made on trip from Port
ia...! io California porta. Their combined
rgoea will .well Januarys lumper exports
by al least ..t.u.vo r.u
Movements of Vessels.
rORTI-ANft. Deo. 30 Arrived Steamers
Arsill and laisy Gad. by. from Bn rtto-
t.o. Olympir. from run i-earo. c.i;u
nch bark Cornll liarl. tor lomu ami'
A.toria. Uec. JO Arrive! at mmniint
teenier ilea W icn.irH. irom ran i-eoro.
left im al nildnlsht Meamer Dal.r t.aa.by,
llerl al tnl.itil.tlt Mcamer J. ti. r-l.inon.
r ean Dir.o via way porta: at 4 V. al
steamer Roanoke, for Han Eio via way
porta Arrived al I 1J P. M. and left t
r-teamer W K llerrln. from San Franc
r-ai.ed al 3.:.0 P. 3d. blcamir 'orthra
l-a.-:f:c for S.n KtlBCl.CO.
aaa Franclaco. lec. Arrived Steamer
Rom cm. from baa Padro for Portland.
per -:. Kai-d al I P. M Steamer
K.amath. at s 1'. it. Sieamer Wapama, tor
Korea.. Dec. Io Arrived at T A. M
ft'.eamer F A. Kllburo. from ban Francisco
for I'ona lla. and I'ortland.
rta.ica I'rus. tec. 30. Norwegian stesmar
Ra.1 i'a:tforr.la. from Iort:aad for Wd
ce.l, cliarli.rsed her ranro and was filled
wlt.l ra w prope;.r: Ml.. Jan. i. .
A.torta. lec. r I s.l'ed at 5 fa M
Schooner Monterey lo loaf of lur Navl.ator
for Monleier. I el up t 6 P. M Mteamer
i:mplc Arrived si 14 P. 11. Steamer
Lt.'.v larlaby. from ban rrancieco.
ban Kranclaco. lec. lo. Sailed Steam
er Muknteo. towing barg. Charles Nelaon.
for Se.it..; Clrar. Liollar. for Pug.t feouad
.hip Goid.n Hale, for Auckland.
r-atie. Wa.o.. L- r. a-i. Vrrlved Slesm
... Ker.kon ktaru No. 3 (J.pan.Ml. from
Manila: Sarin... from San Francisco. Sailed
a:. me.!., for Southweetem Alaska; Ad'
mlral Schley, for K.n Kr.oeleco,
TMea al Atdarla
M 15 feel I 01
St. ...4 feet 1:11
A. V 11 fet
P. af 0 I fOOt
Veaael. Katered Yeaterday.
' Ame-ir.a .learner Argyll, cars f ell.
frv-n I'ort San I.ula.
Catoi:h. srhoou.r Tallrcne, general cargo,
from Cosst porta.
Veaael. Cleared Teat -rear.
Ameriraa itumtr Argyll, balia.1, for Saa
il.aoiina schoon.r Mirene, geucrsl cargo,
for ..wpori and way porta.
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HKAD Iiec JO. 4'ondltlon of th
bar at P. M.: Sea. smooth; wind, east 4
Four hundred v.ars lis the arerare lenrth
ef human Ufa wa. between 11 and CO years.
i nuuureu years aco tna average human
' w.. lea. than I". Tha avera.a human
luUay cache a early years.
Librarian neqnests Provision in
1917 Budget for Branches In
Korea City Park, Klcliniond-Sun-nysidc
and Creston Districts.
A general growth in the popularity
of the Portland and MuVnoruah County
Public Library system Is indicated by
an Increase of 101,462 this year in the
number of volumes circulated over last
year, and the development In all
branches of the library work is shown
by the 62d annual report of the Library
Association of Portland. Issued yes
terday. The report shows that for the year
ending October 31 the total circulation
of books for home use was 1.385.964, an
increase of 101.462, or 7.8 per cent over
1914. Of this total 493.976 volumes were
borrowed from the Central building.
594.244 from the 15 branches, 20.864
from the deposit stations. 50.797 from
the four high school libraries, 207.338
from the classroom libraries of the city
and 18,745 from the rural classrooms.
Tbo report of the finance committee
show, the total receipts for the year
to have been $164. .25 89, which added
to the cash on hand October 31. 1914.
amounting; to 141.310.56, made a total
of 8205,636.45. A total of S158.054.46
was spent during the year, leaving
balance on hand October 31, 1915, of
The increased work In the whole li
brary system waa rendered with the
small additional expense of 8118.78 In
1915 over that of 1914.
In his annual report W. B. Ayer, pres
ident of the association, says:
"An increased use by the public with
out an increased expense was the prob
lem your directors had to deal with
during the past year and that it was
successfully accomplished was due only
to the active co-operation of the libra
rian and the entire staff.
"Acting upon the recommendation' of
the finance committee your directors
asked the county to make for the en
suing year the same levy for library
purposes as was received last year.
namely. .45 of a mill. As tho county
valuation Is $12,138,479 less than .in
1914, our income will bo lessened by
85500, and in consequence our balance
at the end of this fiscal year will be
An appeal for branch libraries in the
Rose City Park, biunnyside. Richmond
and Creston districts in the 1917 budget
made by Mary Frances Isoni, libra-
each year we pay the
United States Govern
ment an average of v..
tax payments on goods with
drawn from U. . Bonded
Warehouse at San Francisco
alone. - " .
This does not include tax-payments,
from Distillery Bonded warehouses in
Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Goods for export to foreign countries
pay no tax.
we can give you greater value than you have
ever received because we do a greater volume
than any firm from whom you have hitherto
Crown Distilleries Company
' ,P. O. BOX 3000
' SAN FRANCISCO
FAIR OFFICIALS TO MEET
PROBLEMS OF MANAGEMENT AND
EXUIBITS OX PROGRAMME.
Conference to Be Held at Corvallle
January 5. Vlben Wild Meat and
Other Features Are Topics.
The number of registered borrowers
is now 80.317. A total of 2483 lectures
and meetings were held in the Central
building and branches, with aft approx
imate attendance of 108.926.
DEALS IN OPIUM CHARGED
Iee Tong Bound Over for Having
Drug In His Possession.
Lee Tong, (51.. North Fourth street.
waa bound over yesterday by united
States Commissioner Frederick Drake
to answer a charge of having opium
in his possession. He was released on
bail. Tong was arrested on an indict
mcnt changing a similar offense in
November. The case is pending. It
111 be tried at this term.
Tong, according to the Federal depu
ties who arrested him, worked, accord
ing to a system. His customer would
stand on the street. Tong would come
by, receive the price for the purchase,
then go and get the opium.
FATHER DIES AT WORK
Sons Find Handier in Ditch Under
Construction on Place.
MMIXNV1LLK. Or., Pec. .".0. (. Spe
cial.) Andrew Venable was found dead
near McMinnville la.it night by his two
sons. Robert and Floyd.
Mr. Venable, it appears, left his
home, about a milo west of McMinn
ville. to do some ditching, and prob
ably was stricken by paralysis, falling
teadlong into the ditch he was dig
He was u0 years old and la survived
by his wife, two sons and a daughter,
Mrs. Kstes. of Yamhill. Or.
SALEM, Or, Deo, 30. (Special.)
Announcement of the annual confer
ence of county fair officials to be held
January 5 at the Oregon Agricultural
College, Corvaliis, was made today by
tlo State Department: of Education.
This will be the third time the fair
officials have met, and delegates from
all parts of Oregon are expected to be
in attendance. J. A. Churchill. Super
intendent of Public Instruction, is
president and TV. Al Jones, secretary
of the State Fair Board, is secretary.
The programme of addresses ar
ranged for the conference follows:
'Manaccment of County Fairs and the
Necessity of Having a Psid Secretary and
Organizer." E. la, I'otter and W. G. Groves,
"Publicity for County Fairs.'
"Advance Promotion WSrk," C. ,C. Cat,
"Preparing the Exhibit," O. E. Freytag,
"I'niformlty In Premium Lists; Classifica
tion." Austen Buxton, Forest Grove, and W.
K. Taylor. Corvaliis.
"Prizes." J. C. Cooper, MicMinnville, and
Rov V. Khellon, Sclo.
"Publicity of Exhibits," Walter Mcacham,
"Arranremont of Kxhlblts From the
Standpoint of an Exhibitor." J. H. Uunstan.
Tillamook; "Arrannements of Exhibits From
the Standpoint of tho Judge," W. S. Brown,
Corvaliis. and E. B. Fltts. Corvaliis.
Developing the efficiency of the county
fair "Community Exhibits." Miss Anna M.
Turley. Corvaliis; "School Industrial Ex
hibits," If. c. Seymour, Dallas; "Grange Ex
hibits," H A. Lewis and E. B. I-eedy, Cor.
vallls: "Women's Work." Mrs. Minnie Bra
"Amusements for County Fairs." Walter
B. Jont-s. Euxno.
"School Exhibits and their Relation to the
County Fair." N. C. Marls. Portland.
"How to run a Fair Without 'Wild West
Roundup' Features," Phil S. Bates, Port
Circuit Judge McGinn. The decision
was hastened by the Supreme Court
that Swank might be freed before the
Following a judgment " obtained
against Swank by L. E. Heckinger,
Circuit Judge McGinn directed that he
be placed in jail on tiie ground that
property subject to execution was be
ing concealed by him.
J. D. SWANK IS FREED
Supreme Court Makes Xcw Year's
Gift lo Man Held for Debt.
fi.VLEM. Or.. Dec. 30. (Special.)
Release of J. D. Swank, imprisoned in
the Multnomah County Jail for debt.
was ordered today Dy the bupremu
Court, when it Handed down an opin
ion holding that there was no testi
mony to uphold the result of the lower
The opinion was written by .Justice
Burnett and reverses th
TEACHERS' MEET PLEASES
J. A. Churchill Says Stale Organiza
tion One of Best in Country.
'SALEM. Or., Dec. 30. (Special.) In
the complete reorganization of the
State Teachers' Association effected at
the annual meeting which closed yes
terday at Medlord, Oregon now has ono
of the strongest teachers' organizations
in the United States, according to J. A.
Churchill. State Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction, who returned today
from the convention.
In the future under the reorganized
plan, the association will meet annually
in Portland. This city waa deemed the
most convenient from the standpoint
of accessibility to the majority of teach
ers and because, of the greater facili
ties for accommodating the delegates
BOY OF 15JS HOMELESS
Ambitious Lad Wants Place Where
He Can Work and Go to School.
Fifteen years of age and homeless.
That describes "Lo." one of tho wards
of the Juvenile Court.
"Leo," however, is ambitious and
longs to go to tho rortland Trade
School. He has a fondness for tools
and machinery and would undoubtedly,
make good if he received an opportun
ity. He is strong and willing and
would work at most anything, if, by
so doing, he cpuld realize his ambition
of going to school.
The home-finding opartmcnt or tno
Juvenile Court is making an attempt to
obtain such a place fo "Leo." ,
lOusene Kadiatiirs to Dine.
EUGENE. Or., Def'. 30. (Special.)
The Radiators, Eug-iie's marching ori
ganization, will ht.fd its annual New
Year's dinner Saturday evening at 6
o'clock. Flans fon016. including con
templated participition in the Rose
Festival at Portlari. will be discussed.
Boys Accused t Laundry Theft.
Three boys we-, arrested at Fourth
and Salmon streis last night by Pa
trolman Cletnentjon a charge of steal
4ng two packas or soiled laundry.
Those arrested were: August Perry,
19; John Shernrf't. 18, and Ed Conboy,
New Year's Oregonian
Annual Number, Jan. 1, 1916
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