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16 TTTT: MORNING OREGONTA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1016.
RAISING HOG TOPIC
Willamette Valley Farmers
Congregate in Portland to
Hear Address by Expert.
CORN CULTURE ADVOCATED
Jrof-r lhnnu MS),. Axrk-vl
arts, of Northern Pclflc and
Grral nrttrrn Road. J-paV-c
Tttw m tmi'irm la. fctct rosl of Bo
Thai I. tha rrcblrm arlf which fcoul
t' (iimm from tarioaa point la tha
U'lMimrtt Vatl rI4 I" :i-
.a.iort at tn fortUn-1 t'nioo
l-'o. It y rd .rlajr.
rrof,.or Thorn, iar. artca!or
t f -r t b Northern I'ariflc and rat
N.irt.1rt rata. told th.ra how. II.
aiTiM.l ih.ro 1 rt corn and ho
t rl. trior, corn.
aor tfriasr ran.'.! arna f,rtn
r' In.tllut. dats In th. Jlid-il Wst
I att'B ta mt:n H d -u4
th btj a-.ja.Moa from almo.f .Tary
anila and afr h had BnlshJ h
r.ular mHHr lnd hi, hcarrr to
a, a nitfxtlon.
Trii qullon-and-anr dialou
C"ntiood for hoor. Tha farm.r dl-
tUtl a mr.t in tn ull
uhlM'H an affrn In Warn
haw tri.T ran waha th hoc bustn.
ear bttr than ll I paym now. In
uif to th. o4tion aa to hr tha
profit In porn wa to b found at th
rr.nt tim. wlN f4 ut and mat
down. rrofaor haw ado-td
tntboda of ral.tngr and fl'.n
would. rdlf ! production coat of
Ma rwta ra rrW.
Srl pr..nt !d thay couldn't
ralo pork for morh l than rant a
round. Th art dclaral If th.T
wou 4 try It In dad arr.t thT
eml4 rind a war to prodaca pork
e.pr. M- ariti4 that tha outlook
premtsin for tha small fartnr
. who la prod w In c af and pork from a
. faraa that wa. not attcmptlnr; to carry
too irmch llvastocsl.
ITafaaaor "haw d'-larrd It wu al
rmi pa t blt-f that som pra-ttrat
armr ara ro hort-at;ht4 na to at
t.nipt to bar fd to carry atork. If
hr don't ralsa tSa fd nar,arr lo
t.a r,r, of sto.- It I not urprlalnc.
ha aald. that o fw farmar, ara mak
. In an mori.jr.
i. f Co:t. pr.at4.nt of tho fnl-n
V.at fomnaDT. aI,o apoka to h il
. tor,. Olh.r ,pakar, a-r, O M. Tturn
inar of tna fo-kyard Comran: W. .
' U I k, a-!tnt nrl fratcht and
ruti;r t.-mi of tha North Hank and
Or. on Kl'rtrte railway,: t K. Tla
i:i. aditor of tha ttrr Farmar.
' and othra.
aa-rtol Train oarnlra.
Manr lttor arrlad on a ap-wlal
train or tha oroaoa Elactrle rarlr In
tia morn It Othr rama from arl
O'ja part, of tha VaUy.
rD--ul car, en tha fort land Rail-
war llnoa tovk tham to tha f. ky rd.
Thra thcr wrra ariowa how a car o
hue, I handled from tha tlmo It ara
ri, nntil tha animal, ara It i I I'd. Thar
alo ln,patad tha plnt of tha lnlon
Vat t'ompanr. At noon thry wrra
trua of tha Stockyard tVmpanr and
tha I'ntoa Meat ompanr at luncheon.
Arnoni tha leading i'ln" and of
fl.-ar, of (riftc- of tha Wlllamctt,
AaI'T who wrra with tha vrtir,lon
r. J Iturd. markl master. Kui
Tt. R CtT-rlan. lant fonnty arrtcnitura
acnt. Ruaa: K. VT. Zumwalt. Irrlntt:
rd U. Arr,. Cusana: K. M. Harlow
Map-. Riy l.oodrl'-h. rir-i: W Ill
lam 1'itaay. Junction ltr: K I-ea-
don. manager cannery. Junction fity;
. !. .V Hdward. Junction t'lty: Hub Bry
ant. Albany. A. t. Schmltt. Albany:
;ora C. Wldmar. :un: Jan Jra-
n. fca-n; O. U fay. Irrlna: w. A.
Ar. Junction illy, and 1-uthcr J
Lokal Awiicr and tha Tacblatt. the
communication rvcalvad Krtday from
Count ton IlcrnaOrf f. tha Urmn Am-
haajiador at Wa-himlon. Klvra prom
la of aa lmpndlnc aattlrmant of tha
Luaitanla conlroicrf. tba ll,rman and
American atandpolnta. It la aaacrt'd.
barinc bca broucht matarlaJly nearer
to aach other.
Tha Lckal Aneier declare that tha
onty thintr now nwruary I to rmboUy
tha reaulta of the new necotlatlona In
a new note, -after which tba whole
matter may ba regarded aa arttlrd.-
Tha .Taceblatt. mora rautlou. ay
that aa acraement baa bee D reached
on th mam point at laaue. but that
probably aoma time will e la pea before a
formula la definitely fixed.
The Aaaoriated t'raaa I aaaured In
a hich quarter that the aituatlon I
OF COLUMBIA CUT
Committee Reduces Appropri
ation From $2,150,000
Mnquarton Slough. Willamette River
from Corvallla to Eugene.
Wanhlnitton Dakeia Pay from Co
lumbla main uhlp channel to Ilwaco.
Idaho fit. .Marys and St. Joe rivers.
Alaska Tolovan River.
Komt i rtniDTK roR
orrict: t i-olk cot sti.
ENGINEERS ASK CHANGE
rhoto by Cutbarth
Mra. WIhI, kraara.
Mr. Winnie liraden. of Da II a,
who areka tha Republican nom
ination fur County Treasurer of
I'olk t'ounty. la tha firt woman
to enter tha race for elective of
fica In that county.
r'red Jiolman. pra-er.t County
Treasurer, la not a candidate for
renominatlon. and thua far the
field la practically clear for Mrs.
Mrs. Itraden ha been active In
the devrlopmant work of the Pal
la Cvmnvercial Cub and ha
been prominent In handling the
rounty'a representation In tha
fair of the atate. Mi a collected
and arrancrd tt.e prlje. wlnnlna;
county eahlbll for the State
hair ea) fr the Manufacturera
and Land Iroduct Khow.
Illyrra and Harbor Bill Now About
Brady for Hou.r No New ProJ
rcta Are Included, but One
May Vet Be Inaertrd.
WASin.VOTO.V. Feb. It. Petal! of
tha annual river and harbor approprla
Hon bill, aa completed In the commit
tee, except for tha Administration
project lo deepen Kaat River channel
In New Tork harbor, became known lo-
nlsht. The measure, acirrcatlnc 110,
009.000. will ba broucht up at a com'
mtttee mectlnr tomorrow for report to
Material Bronght by Tamplco to Bo
I'nloaded on Itargea at City Dock.
Unable to enter into an arrangement
through which one of tbe ballast con
crrm would airree to discharge 100
tons of rock ballast from the steamer
Tamplco. which was floated from tbe
Oregon drydock yesterday after having
repairs made to her rudder, the snip
was hauled over to Municipal Pock
No. :. where the ballast will be un
loaded on a barge.
The Tamplco reported from Honolulu
Saturday and is under engagement to
work a lumber cargo for the West
roast. She will load at the plant of tbe
Multnomah Box at Lumber Company,
then at Inman-Poulsen's and from there
proceed to Wauna.
WARNING SAYS AIDS MISSING
Coulnihla Navigators Advlned to Dis
regard Channel Marks.
On receiving Information that a,
beacon structure had been carried out
at Cottonwood Island, and another at
Martin Island, notice was Issued from
the headquarters of the Seventeenth
Lighthouse District yesterday that
mariners should not place dependence
on other aids which might be en
dangered by floating Ice and drift, as It
Is expected more cay and night marks
will be lost.
Superintendent Hoadley left fo
BOATS START TODAY
Yellow Stack Line Expects to
Pass Oregon City Locks.
RIVER FALLS STEADILY
Kroliot Stage on Willamette Van
Passed Ice Holds Up 3Ild-Co-
lumbia Traffic and Keeps As
toria Vessels Off Night Run.
tbe House, with the New Tork DroJect Astoria yesterday to arrange for re
tbe only request pending. It carries P'"f the misln- structures, an
not only cash appropriations for every
avorable. and that perhaps It will be
poaslhle to conclude the necotlatlona
In the next llrrmin note.
E-2 BLAME NOT FIXED
:toitT or t ot mt or itt iby sot
to hi: mik pi bi.ic.
sawrtaaewta la Me Mad VI lib
:ieetrw Mattery Before Mare Are
fat lata ftabaaartae.
DEFICIENCY SUMS FAVORED
Senate Corvra r In Mnt Item
tVA"KtNOTTV. Keb. It Meet of tb
tfrr, of a conference report on a II.-
aaa.dae urgent deficiency appropriation
bill ware concurred In by the enste
lata today, after a vigorous debate.
ectlon approved provide ll.ooe
far tha Alaskan railroad. f.ee for
eradication of tha citrus ranker. !:.
aa) for recatrmc aid, to aavtgatioa
in the Gulf of Mere daatroyed by a
hurricane, and ! 0- to continue an
Inveatigatlon of Alaska mineral re
source. Itenator Nawland fought th report
all day In an unsuccessful attempt to
eliminate Hi. for a District of Co
1'imbia electric plant which, he argued,
won Id mar the beauty of the CapltoL
TURK BATTERIES SILENCED
Itewlan BIsm k Km fleet Take-, Sail
ing ship and Sink rUsht.
PT.TROORAP. via London. Tab, It.
'A aen-.l-of flclal statement Issued today
concerning the recant activities of th
' K.t.elan Illack rm fleet. ays:
Mrdm4y aed Thuraday aeversj
eeasela fought successfully with Turk-
". lh coast batteries near VlUh. be
tween Case Tore and Nwronleit
Tr-blond. r-duclna four Turkish
"batteries to silence. They raptured a
Turkish sailing shlp with a crew of Zi
.? and sank eight supply ship.
"Friday. sh'P wberh wera support,
lag aa offensive movement by tha Rus
sian troopa. destroyed two atone and
four wooden bridge.-
i WASHINGTON. Feb. H. The naval
court of Inquiry which Investigated
the recent explosion on the submarine
In tha New Tork Navy-yard in
which five men were killed and nine
others seriously Injured, submitted Its
report to Secretary lanlela to-lay. He
yond th announcement that the court
had been unable to determine who was
responsible for the explosion, tbe bee
reUry declined to disvusa the docu
mini. Ills decision not to make tn
report public la said to have bean
reached after a conference with high
officrr of tba Navy, who advised
It la understood that the court
reached substantially tbe same deci
sion as the boari of Investigation ap
pointed bv the Navy. yard commandant
Immediately after the accident, though
It placed the blame more directly on
the new electric storage batteries which
tbe board found generated ga that
was exploded by a spark of undeter
Tba court recommended that expert
ment with the batteries b continued,
the submarine being ued a labor,
lory for this work. flatteries similar
to those on tha F.-2 were lo be Installed
on the submarine -1 now building at
tha Navy. yard at Portmouth. N. II . but
this will not be done pending further
STRIKERS SCORN POLICE
section, but numerous authorizations
for preliminary examinations and sur
vey at other place.
All lbs actual appropriation pro-
posed are for the continuance of work
and maintenance of the projects pre-
Representative Haw ley. after a con
ference today with member of tha
river and harbor committee and with
the chief of engineers, was Inclined to
believe that appropriation for continu
ing th Improvement at the mouth of
the Columbia River cannot be raised
above the recent figure (! 1.200,000).
Kaalaeer' lleaeeat Cat.
any others that go out meanwhile.
TKAVKL SHOWS AV INCKEASE
Stearmliip Representatives Find
Movement to California Brisk.
There has been a spurt In passen
ger business during the past few day
and steamship agents are not certain
as to the cause.
The Beaver, sailing Saturday, car
rled 150. and It was said yesterday tha
at the rate reservations were being
made on the Roanoke for tomorrow
night she would have as many. Tb
Multnomah sailed yesterdsy with i
good -list and there are encouraging
Tbe reduction to that figure was I prospects for the San Ramon, scbed
mad on revised estimates submitted
by the engineers and also because the
appropriations carried by the forthcom
ing river and harbor bill are expected
to continue work only until March IS,
uled for today, also tbe Wapama, which
Itegnlar Service Postponed.
Account river conditions. O -W R A
by which date another river and s. steamer Harvest Queen will continue
harbor bill will have been enacted and
more funds will be available.
The engineers. In culling down their
estimates from I2.150.00w to 11.200.000.
advise the river and harbor committee
that the smaller amount, with th
available balance on hand, would be all
that they could expend between now
and March H. 1917.
They found the work on the Jetty
was being more economically done than
they had at first estimated, but they
also found work on the Jetty was
limited by the rapacity of the tram
way. Their original estimate content
plated the placing of l.200.ooo ton of
stone on the north Jetty during th
next 13 month, but they find they will
be able to place not more than 00.009
ton In that time.
Seeawd Aapreprlallor, Iae.
If Ikes appropriation for the mouth
of the Columbia River stand at 11.200.-
0u a further appropriation of S 1.140,-
oo next session, according to present
rstlmale. will complete the north Jetty.
II Is the understanding that the appro
priation authorised by the rivers and
harbors bill will be adequate for Jetty
work and the operation of the dredge
Chinook during the bummer monthi
leaving Asn-F(reet dock 7:45 A. M.
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, re
turning from Astoria Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays until further notice.
GOVERNOR FOR MILITIA
FEUKHAL CONTROL ADVOCATED AS
AID TO EFFICIENCY.
Mr. Wlthycesabe Outlines Vlens to
New York Newspapers Taking Poll
f Asarrtcaa Governor.
Governor Withycombe, in a tele
graphic communication to the New
York Herald, yesterday expressed his
opinion that proper support of the or
ganised militia by the Federal Gov
ernmeot will aid materially In making
the state troops "an effective and effl-
Itenrcaentali ve Humphrey, of Waah-lclent Instrument of National defense.'
ington. a member of the rivers aad hor
bors committee, told Mr. llawlry there
was no opposition In that committee to
the Columbia River project and that
the committee stood ready to vote every
dollar the engineers deemed necessary.
Tha revision of the Columbia River
The Governor's message was In re
sponse to a telegraphic Inquiry rrora
the Herald for the Governor's opinion
on the plan for strengthening the state
forces, now favored In Congress.
The Herald's query Is as follows
"Governor James Withycombe, fcaletn.
Jt im.k r.Mnr ici:tt nom:
inn rii. -:-.
LAYMEN T0BE HEARD
II. V. Mnne Will lie Chairman al
Rotary t lab Luncheon Today.
tviesatee to tha Laymen Mission
ary Cunention wi t be speaker at th
notary Club luncheon today at th
lUnsoa. but th saaakera will d'l
more with matter of International In
t.rt than witn rna specific missionary
fra of their work.
IL VV. ton. will he chairman of the
ear. and -t U Fisher, of New Tork.
and A- R Kf!er. recently from China,
will be sreak.r. Mr. Kepler will give
some st-delifBE from peraonal e x par 1 -sncea
In the I'limase revolution.
Jail Wslram for Uaaaea rtrkria
Threatened, bat ( aert Re lea I a.
arsaeat Xeker May Oat.
NF.tV TORK. Feb. 1 1. Knrourage-
ment by society women, added to th
fact that their flora are paid by their
union, lead, woman strikers In New
Tork City to laugh at the police and
bold th law and courts In contempt.
asserted Police Magistrate Murphy to
day when three men and seven women
needlework striker were, arraigned
before him charged with disorderly
Th tea strikers were arrested while
on picket duty In connection with their
strike, which already ha thrown out
of employment 40.000 men and women.
, . . L ?"r"" o epreaa 10 ,, J.200.000; from St. Paul to
shtrtmakera union with to.we men-1 .."v.. aut 10
estimate was made voluntarily by the I Or. Herald presents compliments and
requests you wire at our expense your
opinion whether Army plan now fa
vored In Congress of strengthening
state forces would give adequate and
cohesive defense to Nation in event of
The Governors reply follows:
To the Editor of the New Tork
Herald I feel certain that, with a
greater measure of Federal control.
supervision and support, the organized
militia can be welded Into an effective
and efficient .instrument of National
-The first necessity is for a central
control of the organization and In
struction of the National Guard of the
country. This should provide uniform
svstem of enlistments, selection ana
examination of officers and methods of
Instruction. Tha President should be
vested with full authority to call out
the organized militia at any time for
service at any place. Inside or outside
the continental limita of the United
Constructive legislation undoubtedly
should serve to correct the weaknesses
now existing In the militia system by
reducing th states' function to that of
helpful co-operation. The states, by
stimulating local pride snd lending
financial aid. are of value In the militia
svstem so long as they do not permit
political considerations and other local
abuses to Interfere with the efficiency
of the service
"These are matters which I am con
vinced can be adjusted by legislation.
"Governor of Oregon,
engineers, and when tha engineers said
they could not expend more than 11.200.
000 the committee limited its approprl
allou to that amount.
Oa New Project la lew.
If the committee votes tomorrow as
urged by President Wilson and the War
and Navy Departments, to add to the
bill 1700.000 to deepen the channel be
tween the upper New York Bay and
Brooklyn Navy. yard. It will be tbe only
new project reported to the House. The
opposition to this project contends that
t'oenties Reef, th main obstruction In
th channel already ha been provided
The principal Items In the bill follow.
Massachusetts Boston harbor. flOO.
000; Pollock Rip channel, f 150.000.
New York New York harbor. In
cluding Ambrose channel. H0. 000:
Hudson River channel. I '0.000; Har
lem and Bronx rivers. l;30.000 each;
Staten Island Sound t New York and
New Jersey!. $500,000: Hiffslo harbor.
1 1 40.004; Oswego harbor. 1 100,000; Hud
son River. KtOOOO.
New Jersey Newark Bsy and ra
salc River. 1175.000.
Tennessee and Kentucky Cumber
land River, brio Nashville. I70&.000;
Tennessee River (Tennessee. Alabama
and Kentucky). S44.0OO.
Ohio Cleveland harbor. M5.0OO; Ohio
River locks aad dams construction to
secure navigable depth of nine feeL
Michigan Ship channel connecting
Great loikea between Chicago. Duluth
and Buffalo Lake Ft. Clair. $25,000.
Wisconsin Racine harbor. $200.non;
for river from Depere to Portage. $30.
000. Minnesota Duluth. Superior harbor
(Minnesota and Wisconsin). $41,000.
Illinois Chicago harbor, construc
tion of breakwater to form an outer
Mississippi River From head ofTEXAN
passes to mouth or the Ohio River,
continuing the Improvement to secure
permanent channel depth of nine feet.
Mississippi River From mouth of the
Oh! to mouth of the Missouri. 1350,
00: from mouth of Missouri to Min
Fully expecting that the locks at
Oregon City will be able to operate to
day, the Yellow Stack line received
freight for Willamette Valley points
yesterday, and the steamer Grahamona
leaves here on schedule this morning
for points as far as Corvallls. That
service ended a week aga today when
encroaching waters of tbe freshet pre
vented the locks being used.
Steamship and steamboat agencies
along the waterfront again took pos
session of lower docks in most cases
yesterday, though Ash-street dock re
mains covered as yet. There was an
accumulation of sediment deposited by
the freshet that was more than an inch
deep in places. That was washed into
the river yesterday. Bull Run being
used on a few docks, while at others
steamers handily moored alongside
started their fire pumps going and
short work was made of clearing the
Gasoline engines also found a place
for such purposes and they were tried
as well In basements on Front-street,
where water did not seep out fast
enough to suit tenants.
From 8 o'clock yesterday morning un
til 5 o'clock in the afternoon the river
fell eight-tenths of a foot here, being
IS feet above zero at the latter hour.
For 24 hours ending at 8 o'clock yes
terday morning the stream fell 1.9 feet
here, and a decline was shown at every
point from which resports were re
celved on the Snake, Columbia and
Willamette. At McMinnville the Yam
bill fell 7.1 feet, which was tbe great
est fall, while at Salem the Willam
ette slumped 2.6 feet.
If hui lupn (iilAnil.H to eeKiime
steamboat service between Portland and
The Dalles today, but with ice yet
Jammed above Cape Horn, as reported
by Captain Nelson, of the steamer Ta-
homa, which was freed from the ice
Saturday, the plan could not be carried
out. A start may be made Thursday,
depending on the stage of the river.
As to the Portland-Astoria route, the
steamers will be held on the daylight
schedule for a few days. The Harvest
Queen may be returned to her night
schedule Friday, providing the ice runs
out of the river above Cape Horn, so
navigation on the Lower Columbia
will not be Interfered with.
INVESTIGATIONS UNDER WAY
Inspectors to Take Up Cases of Dam
ages at O.-W. R. & N. Bridge.
United States Steamboat Inspectors
Edwards and Wynn today will Investi
gate the case of the steamer Annie
Comings striking the O.-W. R. & N.,
bridge Friday afternoon, which re
sulted in considerable damage to the
house of the vessel. She had a barge
in tow at the time and the accident
was attributed to the strong current
Thursday has been fixed for hn in
vestigation of an accident to the
steamer Shaver the same day. She
struck the east draw pier there when
assisting the steamer Tamalpais
through the harbor, the stem being
The inspectors yesterday caused the
Annie Comings to be gone over so as
to check up the damage, also the
steamer Tahoraa, which was released
from tha ice on the Middle Columbia
Saturday and she will be given her
annual Inspection tomorrow. The an
nual Inspection of the steamer Stranger
took place yesterday and that of the
B. Jones Is set for today. The
teamer Tamplco was inspected on the
Oregon drydock yesterday. She is under
terday to Walker's Island, where she will
be engaged several weeks, deepening the
Loaded with 523.000 feet of lumber, the
steamer San Jacinto was cleared yesterday
for San Pedro.
Captain Delleear. who is In the Pacific
Coast tcjraship Company's service, has
reached the city to assume command of
the steamer Tamplco, Captain Ludlow hav
ing been assigned to command the City of
Puebls, which has been chartered for a
voyage from San Francisco to the Orient,
Captain Ludlow took the Tamplco on her
last trip from here In October.
Assisted by two steamers of the Shaver
fleet end in charge of Pilot McXelly, the
Uritish tramp Greystoke Castle, which la
worklnga carzo of ties here for England,
shifted from Inman-Poulsen's to the mill
of tne North Pacific Lumber Company
yesterday morning. Little 'rouble was con
Having aboard part of her grain carco.
the Norwegian steamer Waicana was shifted
yesterday from the Globe mill to Alblna
dock, where che will take on the last of
her load for the United Kingdom.
Notice was Issued yesterday from the
branch hydrographic office that the time
ball failed to drop precisely at noon as is
usually the case, having fallen at 11:5!:35
o'clock, five seconds too soon.
Captain Archie cecr, of the steamer
Stranger. leaves today for The Dalles to ob
tain an idea of where the Columbia Is
blocked with ice. He will go by train.
Lower Alnsworth 'dock was used again
for freight yesterday after navlng been
covered with water since Thursday.
Frank Waterhouse, head of the Seattle
steamship bearinir his name and which is
engaged n the wholesale movement of. cargo
from Pupet Sound for Vladivostok, was in
the- city yesterday on his way to Salt Lake
to attend A meeting of Cnion Pacific offi
cials, he being foreign freight agent for
J. Sakayama. a salt who escaped from
the Japanese steamer Xissel Maru at Mar
tin's B!uff last week, was captured by a
farmer near Kalama. according to a mes
sage received yesterday. The steamer
sailed from Uic river Saturday for Callao
via San Francisco.
News From Northwest Ports.
COOS BAT, Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.) The
steamship F. A. Kilburn Is due Tuesday
from San Francisco, v
The Port of Coos Bay Commissioners to
day ordered dredging in Haynes Inlet to the j
amount of $S0O to provide a channel that
will allow ranchers' launches to navlgat
at anv stage of tide. The channel ha
shoaled so thst cargoes could be taken In
and out only at high tide.
A. H. Powers, of the Smith-Powers Log.
glng Company, was re-elected precldenr o
the- Port of Coos Bay Commission today.
Peter Loggie. of North Bend. Is vice-presf
dent, snd Henry Sengstacken and Anso
O. nocers. secretnry and treasurer.
The district Is enjoying Summer weather,
with a temperature above 63.
ASTORIA. Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.) Th
steam schooner Daisy Gadsby arrived today
from San Francisco and will load lumber
The steam schooner Daisy Putnam arrived
this morning from San Francisco and went
to vvauna and Westport to load lumber.
The British ship Lcngdale. grain-laden-for
Europe, has arrived from Portland
and will probably go to sea tomorrow.
After discharging fuel oil at Portland, th
tank steamer Frank H. Buck sailed for
California this afternoon.
The steam schooner Tamalpais Bailed this
afternoon for San Francisco with a cargo
of lumber from V. auna.
ih steam schooner Johan Poulsen ar
rived from San Francisco today with
freight for Astoria and Portland. Before
proceeding up the river she loaded the 40,
000 feet of lumber that was discharged at
the public wharf from the Peruvian
barkentine Judith. The lumber was pur-
chased by the Loop Lumber Company.
IH!" 'I'lll'll'l'lj ' j' 'III
Wfould your skin
stand this test?
The bright lights of an evening
gathering show up mercilessly the
defects of a poor complexion. But
the regular use of
makes it as easy to have a natur
ally beautiful skin as to cover up a
poor one with cosmetics. It lessens
the tendency to pimples, redness
and roughnessy and in a very short
time tha complexion usually be
comes clear, fresh and velvety.
In vre or stubborn cases, Resinol Soap
should be aided by a little Resinol Ointment.
All drusjarisTt sell them. For trial free, writt
to Dept. 21-P, Rssinol, Baltimora, Md.
Honolulan, from New York, for San Fran
cisco. Arica, Feb. 1". Arrived Steamer Stanley
Dollar, from tfan Francisco.
HOQUIAM, Wash.. Feb. 14. (Special.)
The launch Logger, of Aberdeen, ran on a
plt in the lower harbor this evening ana
a call was sent for the Westport lifesavi
crew and boat to assist in petting the
stranded craft off the spit. The position
of the Logger is not dangerous unless
high wind should spring- up before she can
The steam schooner Daisy Freeman ar
rived in port yesterday and the steamer
Coronado today to load for California ports.
This is the first call of the Daisy Freeman
at this port in several months.
The steam schooners Helene and G. C.
Llndauer departed today with lumber cargo
for fean Pedro.
F. A. Kilburn.-
DUE TO ARRIVE.
.Pan Francisco. .
.Los Angeles. . . .
. San Diego
. .Los Angeles. . . .
Northern Pacific. . .tan Francisco. .
DUE TO DEPART.
. Feb. 1H
DENTISTS USE WEAPONS
ARRESTED FOR ATTACK
F.or Mr) la Lrkr1 Roam
Revolver mn4 Knlve
l ard With Kffret.
I am bomln MrJ of trie lawless.
ncsa of Ihrsa strikers. pcilljr tbe
women." Msrislrat Murphy aald. "and
In my opinion nothtns; but a prison
s.ntcnt will maka th.ro ralu that
thrv must vbv tb law of th coun
Irr." Th magistral, hosttrr. Imposed
fine of f 1 earn on tb striker.
At a meetin; late ttlar of aeveral
thousand atrtkers. "Mother" Jones, who
la known throughout th country for
her artlv Intaraat In labor, wa th
principal speaker, fthe urged th sink.
er to remain out until their demand
were met and never erase working
for tha vote for women.
LUSITANIA CASE NEAR END
Ififti trrTvn Qasnrr. Saf Sits
(Ion I t'avoranfr.
rrrtlJV. ' London, leb. II Ae
cordiOaT t brief lUUmtoLI bi Lb
BRITAIN FREES AMERICAN
Nfw Orleans Man trained fur Tnu
Month at Gibraltar.
li).vmX. Feb. It. Harry J. Parker,
of New Orleans, who had been detained
by th llrltlab authorltt.s for two
montba aftr havlnf been taken front a
liner at iiibrmltar. ha bean released,
a a result of orient representations
by tha American Mtai tvpartment.
Ns reasons hava ben given for tha
detention of Hsckrr and on bla return
to th t'nited ftatea h may seek tha
aid of th Mate I department to obtain
som compensation from th Llrltlab
Irand total for Mississippi River,
California Oakland harbor. I10.
S00: San Pablo Bay. $103,500;
Humboldt harbor and bay, $4 50.
00: Lo Ans-ele and San Francisco
harbor. $Tj.0oO and $15,000. respective
ly: Sacramento and Feather river.
Oregon Coo Bay. M70.000; Willam
ette Hirer above Portland, and Yam
Mil river. $4 7,000; Columbia and Lower
Willamette river. below Portland.
Oregon and Washington Columbia
Washington Waterway' connecting
Puget Sound with Lake I'nion and
Hawaii Honolulu. $!Q.$n.
Th bill also provide a lump aum of
$;J0.0"0 under which the Secretary of
War I authorised to examine and sur
vey the following localities, among;
other, by allotment from thla fund
with a view to later Improvement ap
propriation: Sarvey Are Provided.
Minnesota Red Lake and fled River
from Red Lak to Grand Fork. N. D.
to dvisa plana to control the lake level
and stream flow In tha Interest of nav
igation and report what share land
owner should contribute.
California Eel Kiver. Itlack John
Plough and Venice.
Oregon Channel St. Helen and
Rainier to the Columbia River deep
water; bluaiaw luver from Acsue;
ST. LOL'IS. Mo., Feb. H. Warrant
charging; assault with intent to kilt
were Issued here today against ur. C
W. Kennerly. a dentist of San An
tonio. Tex., and W. A. Dlefenbach. ot
Granite City. III., In. connection wltn
an alleged attack upon Dr. A. F. Jonn-
son. a dentist of St. Louis, and his as
sistant. Charles Lody. In a locked hotel
room last Frlnay night.
Dr. Johnson la at the City -Hospital
n a serious condition as the result or
a bullet wound and knife wounds suf
fered In the fight.
Dr. Kennerly, Dlefenbach and Lody,
all suffering from knife wounds, are
out on bond.
The dentists' admit fighting; over
business differences, but each avers
the other was the aggressor and Dr.
Kennerly denies having- used the re
volver with which Dr. Johnson waa
shot. Dlefenbach has admitted enticing;
Dr. Johnson and hi assistant to the
hotel room, but says he understood Dr.
Johnson and fr. Kennerly were merely
to "talk roitters over."
Mamma Chief to Speak.
Frank Branch Riley, president of
the Slaiamas. will deliver a lecture
before the members of Oregon Council.
Koyal Arcanum lodge, tonight. The
subject of the lecture will be "Moun
taineering In the High Cascades." The
lecture will be Illustrated with lan
tern slide. Refreshment' will be
served al the conclusion ct the lccyire.
E.M PRESS LIVERS ARE FREED
Cunadian Pacific to Resume Trans
pacific Sailings in April.
One sidelight on the European war is
hed by announced resumption of
Trans-Pacific steamship service by the
The bli; liners. Empress of Russia
and Empress of Asia, are no Iong;er
needed by Great Britain and are almost
ready for return to the paths of peace.
These liners are cruiser-built. Only
relatively few under the British flag
are designed and constructed to serve
In time of need as auxiliary cruisers,
equipped and armed for sea fighting.
The Canadian Pacific Empresses have
been In that service since the war's
outbreak. The liners have shed their
war gear and in a few weeks will re
turn for passenger service in all of
their original luxurlousness. Regular
sailings begin In ApriL The -trip from
the United States to Japan is made in
ten days: to Peking, 15 days, and to
Manila. P. I.. 17 days.
F. A. Kilburn.
Wapama. . . . .
. . San Diego
. .San Francisco. .
. .San Dleso
. .Los Angeles. . . .
. . San Diego. . . ..
.. San Diego
. .Los Angeles. .
Northern Pacific. .an Francisco...
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Kentucklan New York
Honolulau .New York
DUE TO DKFAKT.
Kentuckian. ...... Honolulu
ST. HELEN'S GOES TO NORWAY
John Entt and Gen. V. Pcsqneira
Bring Good Figures in Sales.
Next of the voyages to be made by
the well-known steamer St. Helens
probably will be to Norway, as her pur
chase Dy Norwegian interests has been
confirmed. She Is now owned at Stav
anger. Norway, and Captain McClement
Ui to be relieved at Vladivostok, where
she will be delivered as soon as she
discharges cargo which is valued at
$1,780,197. Her new master will be Cap
tain O. A. Aannevik, who was skipper
of the Norwegian steamer Kit.
It is said the Rolph Navigation &
Coal Company, which purchased the
American ship John Ena from Captain
A. P. Lorentzen and associates, paid
$175,000 for the vessel. She was built
15 years ago at a cost of $130,000. The
Robert Dollar Company, which took
over tne jiexican steamer lien x. re-
squcira from Eastern owners, paid
Columbia River Falling.
WHITE SALMON", Wash., Feb. 14.
(Special.) The Columbia River at
White Salmon has fallen 15 inches in
the past 24 houra. The character of
the floating ice in the Columbia River
has changed in that time from slushy.
snowy sheets to. smaller, hard-frozen
To rsunie her station off the month of the
Columbia River, earning pilots, the Port
of Portland schooner Joseph Pulitzer is to
leave for the- lower harbor shortly, prob-
olv tomorrow. She has been overhauled
snd fitted with wireless since oelnf brought
Inside In the .FalL
Owlns; to drift and Ice running; the Gov
ernment dredges Multnoman ai v, anma
kum were compelled to shut down at
Slaughter's Saturday and will start Spain
tuday. Drift collected against the pipe
line pontoons to such an extent the lines
had lo be disconnected to free the accumu
lation. . V
Hivinr finished dipcinr at Coffeo lMand.
the Goveroiueiit lircUbu Clauoy suiftcd ea ,
Marconi Wireless Reports.
All positions reported at 8 P. M.. Febru
ary 14, unlet other wise designated.
Asuncion, tSan Francisco for Portland, -00
miles south of the Columbia Kiver.
Mills, San Francisco for Portland,
mile? south of Portland.
Kilburn. Eureka for Coos Bay, SO miles
north of Eureka.
Wapania. t-'un Francisco for Portland, !0
mil-a north of Cape Uianro.
Willamette. Portland for San Francisco,
tiff Cape Mendocino.
fc.nteroris'. ban Francisco for Honolulu.
341 miles from tan Francisco, February 13.
Matsonia, Honolulu for .San Fran-isco. 478
mllos from San Francisco, February l.'l.
Ultonlan, Seattle fnr Honolulu, IIU- miles,
from Cape Flattery, February 13.
Wllhelmlna, iSan Francinco for Honolulu,
1M'2 miles from .San Francisco, February 13.
Hyades. Honolulu for ban franclsco, 113u
miles from San Francisco, February 13.
Speedwell, San Francisco for is an liegO,
57 miles -south of San Francisco.
Aroline. San Pedro for San Francisco, J5
mils north of point Sur.
irace Dollar. Taconia for port San Luis,
133 miles south of San r ran Cisco.
Puebla. Seat Lie for San Francisco, off
Topeka. Eureka for Ran Francisco, 5
miles south of Point Arena.
El Seundo, towing barge Richmond
for Seattle, "0 miles north of Richmond.
President. San Francinco for San Pedro,
55 miles south of San Francisco.
drear Northern, san t rancisco lor Hono
lulu. 23 miles south of Piston Point.
Pear, San Francisco for Portland, S miles
north or Point Keyes.
Chanslor. Monterey for Everett, 4 miles
north of Monterey.
Peru, Ran Francisco for Balboa, at Ma
zat.an. February 13.
San -Toe. Balboa for San Francisco, at
Bradford, San Francisco for Taltal, 1573
miles south of an Francisco.
Desoto, San Francisco for Pisagua, 12
miles south of San Francisco. m
Eurena. Tacoma for Balboa, 25 mhes from
City of Para. Balboa for Pan Francisco,
40.) miles south ot ban i? rancisco. .
llerrin. Port Costa for Linnton," lit! miles
south or Columbia Hlver.
Governor. S.-m Francisco for Victoria, 203
mnes north or cane Bianco.
Buck, Linnton tor san Francisco, 140 miles
Porter, Siattle for Point Orient, 114 miles
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
M 3.S ffpt
M 0.2 foot
10:20 A. M 8.9 feet'4:44 P,
11:47 P. M 6.6 feet 5:38 P.
Vessels Entered Yesterday.
American steamer Roanoke, general cargo,
from San Diego via way ports.
American steamor San Jacinto, ballast,
from San Francisco.
Vessel Cleared Yesterday,
American steamer San Jacinto, 525,000
feet lumber, for San Pedro,
Columbia River Bar Report.
XORTH HEAD, Feb. 14. Condition of th
bar at 5 P. M.: Sea, obscured; wind, south
east 30 miles.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
KEITH To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.
Keith. 11S5 Tagyart street. February 6, a
HARTSHORN To Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
G. Hartshorn, 017 East Sixty-eighth street
North, February 7, a daughter.
OTMANN To Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
A. Otmann, Sedro street, January 2i,
ARMSTRONG To Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
C. Armstrong. 197a East Yamhill street,
February 4. a daughter.
MAUL To Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Maul,
76:5 Foster road, February 6, a daughter.
UAKRIETY To Mr. and Airs. Peter 11.
Garrit-ty, west of Portland, February 1, a
K1PH ART To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kip
hart, 305 North Nineteenth street, February
J. a son.
JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Georgo J.
Johnson, Ml Kenilworth avenue, February
4. a son,
HOLT To Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Holt,
2SS Northrup street, January 26, a son.
GREISEN To Mr. and Mrs. John Grci-
sen Woodiawn wash., January 26, a son.
HOWARD To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K.
Howard, 3o0 North Twenty-fifth street,
January ?S, a son.
ANDRVS To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A.
Andrus, 597 Montgomery Drive, February 2,
POME ROY To Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Pomeioy, 1208 Thurmau street.. January 23,
BOWLBV To Mr. and Mrs. Laurence H.
Bowlby. 43S East Fifty-second street, Jan
uary 21. a daughter.
DALTON To Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Dalton,
10i Floral avenue. January 26. a son.
LITCH FIELD To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L. Litchfield, 975 East Stark street, January
, a daugnter. ,
HERHON SPENCER G. W. Herron. k--
gal. Hill Hotel, and Gene Spencer, legal,
S Irving street.
HASKELL-HOLMAN' H. If. Haskell, le
gal, 769 East Broadway, and Mrs. orace
Friekc Hoiman, legal. Page apartment.
NORRIS-BARTliOLEMi Don is. .orrts.
egal, Lyle, Wash., and Dorothy Mary Bar-
tholemy, k-gal. 147 Blandena avenue.
PETKl-Fi.KLT David i '-tri. legal. .
Long avenuM Southeast, and Mae Van Fleet.
legal 44:;5 Thirty-ninth avenue southeast.
STUBBI.EFIELD-SMITH Garfield Stub
blefieid, legal. 267 Oak sLreet. and Minnie
B Smith legal, 201 Eleventh street.
CORY-RYCKM AN Lewis H. Cory. legal.
Etna, CaL. and Ella L, Bycktnan. legal, obi
East OaK street.
H AMM ERSTRA ND-PETERSON E. W .
Wnmmorjiirand. lenal. 737 Seventy-eighth
street North, and Christine C. Peterson, le
n pTnv.n wis Lester Barton. 2t. of
Camas, Wash.", and Miss Josie Davis, IS, of
HUOW.N-M L.Il V haai" nr , .v, 't
Portland, and Miss Little Sullivan, 27, of
ppi TT.nnTsr.V Howard R. Pratt. 2.
of Portland, and Miss Velma Dotson, 10, of
LAl ER-MICKEIaSON B. F. Lauer, 23, of
Portland, and Miss Jennie S. Mickelson. 11.
f Inclis. Or.
DUNCAN-SH EPHERD Alexander Dun
can, 47, Ot X-'OriiailU, aim Jli&s lattucna
hephf rd. 4", or rortiann.
C ANNON-KELLEY Jack N. Cannon. 42
of North Plains. Or., and Hattie Kelley, n,
of North Plains, Or.
SVITH-M VAl . M. binitn, ot. ot urr
on Citv. Or., and Mrs. Christiana J. McVay.
7. of Portland.
apriitt..toijf:i,T, Rav A'. Abbott. -i5. of
Fairview, Or., and Miss Viola I. Jodell. 22.
RITTE K-n H v, A rl l ieon coy niui.
. of Camas, Wash., and Miss jet-sic
chwurtz, 20, of Camis, ash.
Building Perm it
kii ft.t. CO. Water tank. Culebra street.
between Balboa and Panama; builder, same;
G C. GOLDENBERG Erect one and ono-half'-story
frame dwelling. 971 Raleigh
street between Twenty-eighth and Twenty
ninth streets; builder, same; J45O0.
H. E. JOY Erect two-story frame dwell
ing 1388 Borthwick street, between Dekura
and Portland boulevard; builder, S. II. Clin
J. SL'NDKVIST Erect one-stqry frame
store ISO Skidmore street, between Kerby
and Commercial streets; builder, A. Matt
C. CONXELL Erect one-story frame gar
age, 115 Laurel hurst avenue, between East
Everett and East Glisan streets; builder
F X. ROT Repair one and one-half-story
frame dwelling, 20 55 East Yamhill street,
between East Eightieth and East Eighty
second streets; builder, same; $200.
L, B. MENEFEE Repair retaining- wall.
5,4 Myrtle street, between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets; builder, James Leiper;
A. E. ROY Erect one-story frame garage
and shed. 144 East Seventh-second street
North, between GHsan and Hoyt streets;
builder. Louis Molfn; $150.
A E. ROY Repair one-story frame
dwelling". 144 East Seventh-second street
North, between Glisan and Hoyt streets;
builder. Louis Molin ; $500.
HERMAN EN K E Repair th ree-story or
dinary stores and rooms, 374 East Pino
street between East Third and Union ave
nue builder. William VaHz; $100.
3Iovements qf Vessels
PORTLAND, Feb. 14. Arrived Steamer
Daisy Putnam, from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers F. H. Buck, for San Francisco:
Multnomah, for San Francisco and San
Astoria. Feb. 1 4. Arrived at 7 and left
ud at 9:30 A. M. Steamer Daisy Putnam
from San Francisco. Sailed at 2 P. M.
Steamer Tamalpais, for ban 1- rancisco; at
3PM Steamer F. H. Buck, for San Fran
cisco. San Francisco, Feb. 14. Arrived at 3 P.
M. Steamer Beaver, from Portland for San
Eureka. Feb. 14. Arrived at 7 A. M. and
sailed at noon Steamer F. A. Kilburn, from
San Francisco for Coos Bay and Portland.
San Pedro. Feb. 14. Arrived Streamer
Olympic, from Portland.
Aberdeen. Wash., Feb. 14. (Special.)
Departed Helene and G. C. Llndauer, for
San Francisco. Arrived Coronado, from
San Francisco. Feb. 14. Arrived Admiral
Dewey, from Seattle: Florence Luckenbach.
from New York. Kiyo Maru. from Hong
kong: Ventura, from Sydney; Speedwell,
from Coos Bay; Ccneral Y. Pesqueira (Mex
ican), Newcastle, from A us; Beaver, from
Portland. Sailed Steamers El Segundo,
barge 01, for Seattle; U- S. S. Su Louis, for
Seattle. Feb. 14. Arrived Pteamers Mu
kllteo, from San Francisco; Prince Rupert
(British), from prince Rupert- Sailed
Steamers Melville Dollar and W. S- Porter,
for San Francisco. Prii.ce Rupert (British),
for Prince Rupert. .
T'u-opi'la Feb. 12. Arrived Steamer Co
lumn I a. from San Francisco.
Moilendo, Feb. 12. Arrived Steamer Fal
con, from San Pedro.
Punt a Arenas, Feb. 12, Axrlved Steamer,
"First Aid at Home."
Neuralgia Pain i most agoni
zing yet you can itop it instantly
by applying Sloan' Liniment.
Think of Sloan's Liniment when
ever vnn have a nsin of anv kind.
5 It ii a fine Pain Killer. No need
H to rub it in you ut lay it on
jj and the pain flies sway at oacc
fi KILLS PAIN
M "Keep a bottle in your home."
H Price 25c 50c Si. 00