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TIIE MORNING OREGON'IAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920
PORTLAND ON DIRECT
Three Vessels Likely to
Placed in Service.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
First Liner to Arrive Here in. Sep
tember; City to Get Much of
Passenger Traffic to Orient.
Direct passenger service from Port
land to the orient will be a regular
feature of the eervice of the Toyo
KIsen Kaisha, which is to begin op
erations here in September, it was
Intimated yesterday by George Pow
ell, general agent of the Japanese
line in this city. .
One passenger vessel of the fleet,
the steamer Seiyo Maru, Is now def
initely booked to arrive here Septem
ber 15 and to sail September 18 for
Vntrnhan!) Krthp. MnH .nd HOIIE-
, If a eatisfactory number of passen
gers make reservations here on this
vessel. It is probable, in Mr. Powell's
opinion, that the other two steamers
of the fleet, the Anyo Maru, of 18,500
tons, and the Kiyo Maru, of 17,200
tons, will also call here regularly in
the T. K. K. service.
Route Now Lies Sooth.
These big passenger liners are now
operating from Hongkong and Japan
ese ports to San Francisco, thence to
ban Pedro and points along the west
coast of . Mexico and Central and
South America as far as Valparaiso,
and then back over the same route,
crossing the Pacific from San Fran
cisco. With the dispatching of the
Seiyo Maru to this port in September
the service is to include Portland.
Under this arrangement Portland
will be the last American port touched
by the - liners before crossing the
Pacific, and the flrat American port
of call on the return trip. This rout
ing is expected to divert a large
amount of the trans-Pacific passen
ger traffic through thi3 city.
BlKKcat Vessel Seen Here.
The steamer Seiyo Maru will be the
first trans-Pacific passenger to touch
at this port, and the Anyo and Kiyo
are larger than any vessels, with the
exception of war craft, that have
ever been seen here. The Anyo is
466 feet in length, 58 feet in breadth
and has a depth of 38 feet. The Kiyo
Is 470 feet long and has a beam of
65 feet and a depth of 31 feet. The
Seiyo Maru is 404 feet 11 inches in
length, 52 feet wide and 30 feet deep.
The passenger facilities of the Seiyo
Maru are 10 first-class staterooms
accommodating 30 passengers; 10 second-class
staterooms, five of which
will accommodate five passengers
each and five three passengers each,
or 40; in addition, eteerage quarters
b.ti available for approximately 200
Tickets Are on Sale.
"This office," Mr. Powell eaid yes
terday, "is now ready to sell passen
ger tickets for this direct sailing from
Portland to Japan and China and to
give whatever information may be
desired Incidental thereto by pros
pective tourists. We have also au
thorized Udell & Clarke, Railway
Exchange building, to book first and
second-class passengers for our ac
count, and have appointed the follow
ing Japanese firms as solicitors or
oroKers lor inira-ciass or steerage
.. passengers, as well as Japanese tour
ist parties: S. Ban company, M. Fu-
ruya company, R.. Hasegawa company,
G. Sfbmtkawa company, Teikoku com
pany, and T. Yamada.
"If this service between west coast
ports and the orient via Portland is
established, it will in all probability
Increase by three additional 8800-
ton freight vessels which will alter
nate with the passenger steamers.
operating between the same ports.
"In addition to this service, we ex
pect to definitely announce our di
rect Portland-oriental freight service
to be established Just as soon as the
phosphate bunkers, now being con
stracted at pier No. 5, municipal ter
minal No. 4, are completed. As al
ready announced, this service Is
principally for the purpose of lifting
50,000 tons of crushed phosphate
rock in bulk for shipment from Port
land to Japan. In addition, we will
offer space for lumber, cotton and
other general cargo."
snrppnco Xi&W IS DEXOrXCKIi
Economic Imperialism, Sara Jap
anese Chamber of Commerce.
OS'AKA. Japan, July SO. (By the
Associated Press.) The chamber of
commerce adopted a resolution today
declaring the American shipping law
to be economic Imperialism, under
which foreign steamers, especially
Japanese, are treated unfairly.
' The resolution says the law Is
tantamount to a proclimatlon of eco-
' nomiQ war on Japan.
' Hirer Work Xears Completion,
KELSO, "Wash, July SO. (Special.)
t The Robinson-Bend control project
on, tlus Lewis river will be completed
rn from four to six weeks. Work on
this project, which is designed to pre
vent further cutting by the Lewis
river and to protect the Lewis river
road and the Pacific highway, a short
distance west, has been under way all
Spring and summer. It is being done
with permanent highway funds under
the supervision of County Engineer
Fred C Cramer. The work will cost
Shipping Law Still Suspended. .
HONOLULU, T. H July 80. The
coastwise shipping law is still sus
pended so far as Hawaii is concerned
tor though the suspension was to
have ended on July 1, the Toyo Kisen
Kaisha. boats are still coming in here
with passengers from San Francisco
and the Shlnyo Maru went out of here
& f aw davs ago bound for San Fran
Cisco with passengers from this nort.
The Jones bill provides that the ship
ping board can issue permits for
Hawaii to San Francisco passage up
to February 1, 1922.
longshoreman Is Killed.
HOQUIAM. Wash, July 30. (Spe
cial.) It Hill, a longshoreman, aged
S5 years, was fatally injured yester
day afternoon when he was struck on
the head by a lever of a winch while
- working aboard the steamship West
' Nlvaria. which is loading lumber here
for China. According to witnesses,
the winch was first hit by a sling
V'lbad and on the rebound it struck
Hill, fracturing his skull. He died a
few minutes after reaching the hos
pital without regaining consciousness.
A widow survives.
Pineapple Shipments Heavy.
HONOLULU, T. H., July 80. (Spe
cial.) Utilizing every available means
of sea transportation, the pineapple
pack era are snipping canned pices out:
on every kind of craft from big Mat
son company steamers to windjam
mers. This is the height of the pine
Paciric Coast Shipping Xotes.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 30. (Special.)
Despite the drouth on other overseas trade
routes, the Japanese liners plying between
Seattle and the far east are Just as wet as
they ever were and are serving old lager
made In Japan, according to travelers ar
riving in this port from the orient.
Flying the house flag ot the newly or
ganized North Atlantic & Western
Steamship company, the steamship West
Tosus or the shipping board is expected
in Seattle August 4 from Boston and Phil
adelphia. The West Togus is the second
vessel of the new line, the service having
been inaugurated by the steamship Artl
gas, which was here a month ago.
Representatives of the Pacific Steam
ship company. Pacific coast agent for the
North Atlantic & Western Steamship com
pany, said today the West Togus would
load a full cargo of grain on Puget sound
and the Columbia river for the Atlantic
coast. The vessel is bringing about 1000
tons of general cargo for discharge in this
In the South American service of tne
General Steamship corporation the steam
ship Depere, of the shipping board, is due
In Seattle the first week in August. The
vessel will load a full cargo of lumber
and general freight, sailing from this port
about August 10. The Depere is a new
vessel and la nearing completion in San
The steamer Spokane will continue to
call at Skagway both going to and return
ing from Alaska, up to and Including her
sailing booked for September 23, it was an
nounced by the Pacific Steamship com
pany Friday. The Spokane was damaged
by striking a submerged rock on her last
southbound voyage. She will return to
service next week, sailing for Alaska Tues
day, August 3.
ASTORIA. Or., July 80. (Special.) The
steam schooner Daisy Putnam, carrying a
cargo of lumber from St. Helens, sailed at
4 this morning for San Pedro.
The steamer West Kader arrived at 4:80
this morcing from Puget sound and pro
ceeded to Portland.
The steam schooner Daisy Mathews,
bringing a cargo of general freight, ar
rived at 1 :45 this afternoon from San
Francisco and proceeded to Portland.
The steam schooner Trinidad, laden with
a full cargo of lumber from the O. Ham
mond Mill, sailed at 2:30 this afternoon
for San Pedro.
The tank steamer Wm. F. Herrln will
be due early tomorrow morning from Cali
fornia wlth'a cargo of oil tor Portland.
The motor schooner Astoria 13 en route
from San Francisco and will load lumber
at Wauna and West Port.
The transport South Bend, which will
finish loading flour at the port terminals
tomorrow, wili probably not sail for New
York before the middle ot next week. Re
pairs have been made on her boilers and
now she will be delaved until tne arrival
from the east of a casting for one of net
windlasses, this was supposed to arrive
SAN PEDRO. Cal.. July 30. (Special.)
The keel plate for the first of five 11.500-
ton steamers to be built by the L,os Ange
les Ship Building and Dry Dock company
was laid last night, following the launch
ing of hull No. 27 which was christened
the Culberson. The new vessel is being
built for the Emergency Fleet corporation.
The Culberson was named in honor of a
Texas senator. Three more steamers of
this type, the 8S00-ton, remain to be
launched. Miss Gertrude Naphtaly, daugh
ter of the general manager of the com
pany, acted as sponsor for the vessel.
The trial trip of the steamer West Ked-
ron was successful. She will be operated
by Williams, Dimond company. She will
oad for the United Kingdom. She will
sail the first part of next week.
Large catches of albacore were brought
In to the market today. The catch of
albacore this season was approximately the
same as at this time last season. The
catch ot blue fin tuna was approximately
one-half what It was at this time last
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. July 30. (Spe
cial.) Port Captain Saunders of the Mat-
son Navigation company today announcea
that the keels of two new 14,000 dead
weight ton freighters have been laid at the
Moore shipyard. The vessels are being
trade and are 407 feet in length over all,
with a molded beam of 62 feet. The ves
sels' holds have been especially designed
for carrying sugar and pineapples and also
for the Installation of heavy cargo lifts for
raising sugar, machinery, boilers, engines,
tractors and other equipment that is con
stantly in demand on the islands.
Assistant General Passenger Agent
Hugh Brlttaln of the Pacific Steamship
company announced today that his com
pany had let a contract for the Installation
of wireless equipment on all its Pacific
coast liners. Including the City ot Topeka,
Admiral Schley, Admiral Farragut, Ad
miral Dewey, Governor and President. The
wireless telegraph plants of these vessels
will be taken out. It is said.
The army troopship Marica arrived from
Manila via Honolulu today with passengers
and merchandise for the government. The
British steamer E. D. Klngsley. Captain
Beavls, after completing cargo here, pro
ceeded today for Punta Arenas.
PORT TOWNSEXD, Wash., July 30.
f Special.) The Japanese-built steamer
Eastern Temple, which brought cargo from
the orient to San Francisco, arrived this
afternoon, proceeding to Seattle, where
she will be turned over to the United
States shipping board. Before she is placed
in the service of the United States mer
chant marine some alterations will be
made, after which she will be assigned
The shipment of vegetable oils from the
orient to Puget sound continues quite
heavy. The steamer West Jessup, ar
riving today from Dalren and way ports,
brought a full cargo, the larger portion
of which was vegetable oils for discharge
in beattle. fche is in the service of
Struthers & Dixon. She will 'load re
turn cargo at Seattle and Tacoma.
Two new shipping firms will enter the
carrying trade from Puget sound to ports
in foreign countries. Articles of incor
poration were filed in the office of the
secretary or state yesterday at Olympla
of the Pacific Packet line, the Incorpor
ators being J. R. Llemest, Merle W. Denny
ana Ljouis li. &eagrave. This concern
plans purchasing wooden hulls from the
shipping board fleet moored in Lake Un
ion, near Seattle. The Wlnneton Ship
ping company also filed articles of in
corporation at Olympia yesterday. This
concern is indirectly connected with the
Pacific Packet line.
En route to Vancouver. B e fmm
Newcastle via Honolulu, the barkentine
Puako is nearing Cape Flattery, she hav
ing been out 33 days from the Island imrt
She is coming light, havinir discharged
cargo of coal at Honolulu.
TACOMA, Wash., July 30. (Special.)
To load a full cargo of flour h.r. ih.
eteamer Haymon arrived early this morn
ing irom oown sound and is loading at
the Milwaukee elevator and Northern
Grain company docks. The vessel will
take 8000 tons of flour from Tacoma. She
is being operated by Thorndyke & Tren
holm. It is expected that another vessel
will be here the latter part of next month
to clean up the remainder of the grain
corporation flour and wheat held here
Carrying a full cargo of general freight
' J" vuiii I rum Tacoma. thA
Hawaii Maru of the Osaka Shosen Kaisha
line is scheduled to sail tomorrow morn
ing for Japanese ports. The large amount
of coal on this oyage will take up extra
cargo space for hich no freight had been
found and also 11 clip into th oi km
of the company l.i Japan, it is said. The
local fuel Is selling for around a
ton and the Japanese are paying for their
own coal a little better than 13. It Is
claimed that the coal taken here will be
used to steam the ship back on her return
voyage. The Arabia Maru of thl u.
is due from the orient next Tuesday or
The Red Hook, from the Todd varri.
went out on a trial run this afternoon and
muiucu iieie vaiiy lomgnt.
The Klamath shifted to Belllnirham
lng the nlfht and will load lumber there
for San Francisco.
The Admiral Dewey of the Admiral n
Is due to arrive In Tacoma Wednesday
She will take on a full cargo for California
The Puget Sound Navigation company
operating boats between Tacoma and Se
attle, plans to give up Its location at the
municipal dock in the city rather than pay
the 24-cent fare for each passenger car
ried, Joshua Green of Seattle, president
of the company, told members of the city
council today. He asked the council to
give the company four months In which
to vacate the present location. The com
pany will be unable to pay the rental
asked by the city and will be forced to
build a dock here, Mr. Green told the
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
0:42 A. M 8.3 feet 7:38 A M. ..0 5 foot
1:43 P. M..-7.3 feet7:44 P. M. ...2.3 feel
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. July 30. Condition of
the bar at 3 P. M. Sea smooth: wind
south, 12 miles.
Referendum Taken by U.
Chamber of Commerce.
WAGE FIXING APPROVED
Hold Tribunals Should
Power to Determine
WASHINGTON, - July 30. By an
overwhelming referendum vote made
public today members of the Cham
ber of Commerce of the United States
adopted a platform on Industrial re
lations which declares for the right
of "open shop" operation of industry
and for making labor organizations
legally responsible "to others for
their conduct and that of their
The members held that strikes In
public utilities should be forbidden
by law, and that tribunals should be
set up with power to fix wages and
working conditions for employes of
Hrfrrf ndnra in 12 Sections.
The industrial relations platform
submitted to the referendum of the
constituent bodies of the chamber in
12 sections, upon each of which a sep
arate vote was cast, was drawn up
after President "Wilson's first indus
trial conference last fall.
Leading provisions of this .plat
form include declarations that limi
tation of coramodit" output by either
employe or emplor'er to create an ar
tificial scarcity constitutes an injury
to society; that an "adequate means"
should be provided for adjustment of
industrial relations and disputes; that
employer and employe have a mutual
interest in the "successful conduct
and full development of their par
ticular industrial establishments."
recognition of which and co-operation
upon which "constitutes the true
basis of sound industrial relations";
that municipal, sta.e or national gov
ernment employes have the righ to
be heard as to their occupation and
Its requirements, but no right to
enter "combinations to prevent or Im
pair the operation of government,'
and that "all men possess the equal
right to associate voluntarily for the
accomplishment of lawful purposes by
Votes Mostly 170O For.
Most of the separate platform
propositions were accepted by votes
of nearly 1700 to two or three
The highest negative vote Tras cast
against a section which said that
after collective bargaining had been
established, and employers and em
ployes dealt' through representatives
in any plant it would be considered
proper by either party to ask th
"these representatives shall not be
chosen by or controlled by any out
side group or interest." Asjainst this
o4 votes were cast.
MOERISOX COMMENTS OX ACT
Labor leader Says Chamber Runs
True to Form.
WASHINGTON, July 30. "The
chamber of commerce in its action
taken by declaring for the non-union
shop is running true to form," Frank
Morrison, secretary of the American
Federation of Labor, and a member of
the f'rst industrial relations confer
ence, said tonight in a statement.
"Notwithstanding the chambers of
commerce and other anti-union or
ganizations, the labor movement will
continue to organize to secure better
conditions through collective bar
SHIP FIRM IAD INDICTED
FRED CIiAWSOX CHARGED WITH
MAIIi FRAUD OPERATIOXS.
American - Canadian. Corporation
Capitalized at $5,000,000, Re
cently Organized by Promoter.
NEW YORK, July 30. Fred Claw
son, who recently organized the
American-Canadian corporation, a J5,
000.000 organization Intended to de
velop American trade through ship
ping, was Indicted today by the fed
eral grand jury on a charge of using
the malls in a scheme to defraud.
The indictment alleges Clawson
told prospective investors he had con
tracts for 853.000,000 worth of ships,
and had wealthy people behind him
Some months ago, the indictment
charges, it was discovered his ft
nances were limited, and he is said
now to be working in a garage.
Another Indictment charges C. H.
Johnson and L. Levy, stockholders,
doing business as C. H. Johnson &
Co., with using the mails to defraud
investors In stock.
CARGO LOADING IS HALTED
Wheat Enters Bilges of Steamer
Discovery that wheat had entered
the bilges of the .steamer Bastern
Ocean, loading here with grain for
Europe, brought the taking on of
cargo to an aDrupt halt yesterday
after several thousand tons had been
placed aboard the vessel.
The last of the wheat was to have
To Arrive at Portland,
Vessel From Date.
Str. West Nlvaria.... cnina . ...July 31
M. S. Astoria San Fran July 81
str. Atlas...-- f, Aug.
S. O. barge 9J San Fran Aug.
Str. Waban ...Orient .......Aug.
Str. West Cayote Europe Aug.
Str. Depere an ran Aug. lo
Str. ADercos orient Aug. 1
Str. Steel Trader iNew York.... Aug 12
Str. West Kedron. . . .San Pedro. .. .Auk. 13
Str. West Nomentum. China Aug. 13
Sir. Mount Etna Genoa Aug. 15
Str. w esiw.i w . . .uuiugra ...Aug 2
ai, TTftstern Belle. ...New York A....'-
Str. Hawarden New York. .. .Aug! 30
To Depart from Portland.
Vessel or Dat
Str. Eastern uctan.. .curope Jui,i
. i? i,.,.hlk. Mara. (Irlsn, JUlyll
Vessels In Port.
M. S. Cethana Al. Eng. A Mch. wka
f; 2 rlhnrr Terminal M j
Str. Daisy Freeman. . .Portland Flour. Mills
tstr. uaiBj ..... - - - - - ...l , io. a.
Sir. Eastern Ocean. .. North Bank dock.
f?r.ola Mersey dock
Str. Hakushlka Maru.Inman-POulaen milL
Bkt. Kath. Mackall .. .Terminal No. 4.
Str. Kongosan juaru..jonn Pacific MILL
Str. Montague Terminal No. 4.
Bkt. Monterey Clark-Wilson mltL
M. S. Parthla Suppie's dock.
Str. Pomona Supple-BaJlin dock.
Str. Ryder Hanlfy.. .Westport.
Str. The Angeles Terminal No. 1
Sir. West Kader... Terminal Xo. -
been stowed today, but it vrtll now be
necessary to wait orders from San
Francisco as the boat Is chartered by
E. A. Strauss & Co.
Ernest Heinrich, port captain for
the Columbia Pacific' Shipping com
paiy, raid today it will probably be
necessary to unload part of the cargo
as the wheat in the bilges will swell
and stop up the suction pipes.
Henry Rothschild, manager of the
Brown & McCabe B-ompany. stevedores
handling the job, was unable to dis
cover Just what is the matter with
the boat, or l-.ow the wheat had gone
OLES COMIX G TO PORTLAND
Steamship to Discharge Cargo.
Montague to Sell August 7.'
The steamship Olen of the Admiral
line, now on her way from Japan
with 1500 tons of general freight,
will corns to Portland to discharge
nd will be due here Monday, it
was announced yesterday by Frank J.
O'Connor, local agent of the line.
After girdling the globe in the serv
es of this company, the Olen carried
cargo from Portland on her last
utward voyage to the orient.
The steamer Montague, now in port.
will sail for the orient on schedule
August 7. Mr. O'Connor said.
NEED IS SEEN
BOARD VACAXCIES HAMPER.
IXG WORK, IS VIEW.
, F. Haines, In Portland on Way
From East, Reasserts Approval
of Marine Bill.
One of the greatest present needs
f the American merchant marine, ac
cording to A. F. Haines, vice-presl
ent and general manager of the Pa
ific Steamship company, is to have
the five vacancies on the United
States shipping1 board filled immedl-
tely. Numerous questions of policy,
matters of rates and compensation to
the operators, and other vital matters,
said, are all awaiting the action of
the president, as the shipping board
will not take action on these matters
until the new members are appointed.
Mr. Haines stopped' in Portland yes
terday on his way home to Tacoma
from an extended business trip
through the east, during which he
pent considerable time in the n
Mr. Haines reasserted his approval
of the new merchant marine law and
declared that shipping Interests on
the other seaboards of the country
are unanimously in favor of the new
Answering criticism of section 28
of the new act. which makes the
preferential export rail rate apply
onl on freight moving to tidewater
for shipment in American vessels, Mr.
Haines said: "I would like to ask the
critics one question. If we guarantee
to move all the freight that is
brought to this port and the ship
ping board has authorized us to make
this guarantee how is this port or
any other going to suffer by the fact
that Japanese vessels may bo dis
couraged from coming here?"
Buoy Xo. 6 Disappears.
Gas and whistling buoy No. 6
which marks the channel in the Co
iumbia river at Clatsop spit, has dis
appeared, according to a report tele
phoned from Astoria yesterday to
Kobert Warrack, superintendent of
lighthouses .for this district. The
buoy was found adrift Tuesday and
replaced Wednesday. Mr. V arrack is
t a loss to account for the disap
pearance of the buoy unless some
vessel has run into it and sunk it.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. July 30. Arrived at
P. M. Steamer West Kader, from Van
couver, B. C. Sailed at 10 A. M. Steame
Kose city. Tor San r ranclsco. Sailed
P. M. Steamer Antlnous. from Frea
.?ott. for United Kingdom via Puget sound.
Sailed at P. M. Steamer Shasta, from
V estport for San Pedro.
ASTORIA. July 30. Arrived at 5:30
and left up lO A. M. Steamer West Kader.
from Vancouver, ti. C Sailed at 3 A. At.
-Steamer IJalsy Putnam, tor San Pedro.
Arrived at 1:45 and left un 4 P. M.
steamer Daisy Matthews, from San Fran
Cisco. balled at 2 :JU P. JV1. bteame:
Trinidad, for San Pedro.
SAN FRANCISCO. July SO. Arrive at
lO A. M. Steamer city or Topeka. from
Portland via Eureka and Coos Bay. Sailed
at 10 A. M. Steamer Atlaa towing barge
.no. ua. ior foruana.
POINT REYES. July 59. Piintd .
P. M. Steamer Halco, from San Pedro,
ior giuuium river.
SAN raJKU, cal., July 80. Sailed at
P. M. Steamer Flavel. for Columbia
river. eauea ai o i . ivi. steamer Celilo,
HONOLULU. July 29. Sailed Steamer
uverett. lor Dan jrranclsco.
BALBOA. July 29. Arrived Stm
llaydeu. from Portland, for Europe.
CRISTOBAL. July 29. Sallod Steamer
Bakersfield. from Portland, for Alexan
dria, SAN PEDRO. Cal.. July 30. ( Special, i
Arrived Asuncion from San Francisco, 1
A. M. : Dclrose, from Puget sound. 7 A- M. :
Wilmington, from Puget sound. 8 A. M. :
O. G. Lindauer, Richmond, towing barge
No. 95, for Puget sound, 9 A. M. ; Asuncion,
for Huenerae, 8 A. M. ; Daisy Gadsby, for
Grays Harbor, 6 P. M.; Prentiss, tor Al
bion. 5 P. M. ; Point Bonita, for San Fran
cisco, 5 P. AI. ; leirose, for Antofagaata,
t P. M.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 80. Arrived
Alaska, from southwestern Alaska: West
Jessup, from Yokohama and Kobe; East
ern rempte, irom xokonama, via San
Francisco; Argyll, from San Pedro.
Departed Fushlma Maru, for Manila:
Rosalie Alahoney, for San Francisco.
TACOMA. Wash.. July 80. Arrived
Haymon, from Ean Francisco; Red Book,
(or trial runs.
Sailed Ked hook, on trial runs; Skag
iy, for Alaska; Klamath, zor San Fran
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24. Arrived
Steamers Admiral Farragut, from Seattle;
Raymond, from Grays Harbor; City of To
peka, from Portland.
Sailed Steamers El Segundo, for 8eattle;
Atlas, for Portland.
Maru, for Tacoma.
Uaus, for Seattle.
26. Sailed Manila
26. Sailed Protes
COOS BAY, Or., July 30. Sailed Martha
Buehner, for San Francisco at 1:45 this
The steamer west Kader, which will
carry wneat or nour I rum Portland to
feurope, arnvoa ni municipal terminal No. 1
at i o ciock last nignt. &ne will be drv.
docked for Inspection before being checked
over under the new operators' agreement
by Sudden & Christenbon. represented here
by the Columbia-Pacific Shipping company.
I ii c Bieam Bcmwner Lsaisy Atattnewe ar
rived yesieraay wi.n io,aos sacks of ce
ment and 1003 barrels of asphalt from
w. T. sexton, ttarfle manager of the
Columbia-Pacific Shipping company, will
leave for th east this morning on a busi
ness trip of from ten days to two weeks.
The motorshtp Cethana, unrtrgo1nir re
pairs at the Alblna Engine and Machine
works, will be ready for work again
Wednesday and will load lumber for the
west coast of South America-
One Qualifies for Teacher.
BEND, Or, July 30. (Special.)
.Out of nine applications received here
today for teaching positions, only one
shows qualifications up to the stand
ards of the Bend schools. City Super
intendent S. "W. Moore stated today.
The one applicant was formerly an
THIRD PARTY TICKET
IN mm LIKELY
Washington Farmer - Labor
TRIPLE ALLIANCE MEETS
Convention Opens in Seattle Today,
Xamc Xew Organization Will
Take Xet Undecided.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 30. (Spe
cial.) If the King; county branch of
the triple alliance carries out the
programme leaders believe it will, the
organization tomorrow afternoon will
ratify the plan to place a third party
ticket in this state under the name of
the national farmer-labor party. The
triple alliance will hold a convention
in the Labor temple, beginning; at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon and is to
receive reports on what was done at
the Yakima meeting of radicals, and
then vote on the third party refer
The only question involved in the
referendum is the name the new
party shall take. The Yakima con
vention recommended the farmer
labor party, but announced that if
this plan is voted down the triple al
liance will nominate a ticket on pri
mary day under its own name.
Bridge Well Supported.
Since Robert Bridges of Orlllia ful
filled expectations of the labor group
by refusing to become a candidate for
governor on either the republican or
democratic tickets, the triple alliance
leaders figure that he is the logical
candidate to head the new farmer-
labor ticket as candidate either for
governor or senator. Bridges used to
be very friendly to George F. Cot
terill, who Is slated to run for senator
on the democratic ticket, and he
might shy away from & nomination
that would pit him against Cotterill.
In the labor group there seems to be
preference for Bridges for governor.
The head of the ticket to be for
mally nominated in September 1 the
only part of it 'that has been dis
cussed very much thus far. However,
it is understood that committees of
the organization will canvass the
Btate to make certain that th per
sons offered nominations on both
state and county tickets will accept.
Organizers to Go Ont
Organizers for the labor group are
to be sent into the dozen or more
counties where the triple alliance has
no local organization to handle the
county conventions on primary day
and to see that a delegation is sent
to attend a state convention. The
triple alliance will show no hesi
tancy in breaking into either the
Non-Partisan league, Workere' Non
partisan league or Railway Men's
league organizations, since those
groups voted to stay in the repub
Triple alliance leaders point out
the fact that Bridges' withdrawal fol
lowing on the heels of other refusals
to accept support from the Non
partisan league group leaves that or
ganization almost without candidates.
It is expected that a portion of the
Non-Partisan league slate will be
patched up before the last day for
filing declarations of candidacy, but
it is not believed that a complete
slate can be offered. It is reported
among the radical groups that E
Bowles of Prosser, the fruitgrower,
indorsed for lieutenant-governor, has
again refused to file for the office.
ts. S. Xaval Radio Reports.
AI1 positions reported at 8 P. M. yes
terday unless otherwise Indicated.)
WEST KEAT3, Portland for Yokohama,
304 miles west of Columbia river lightship
8 P. M. July 29.
HKXSHAW, Honolulu for San Francisco,
tMO miles from San Francisco S P. M. July
COLE Ij. DRAKE. San Francisco for
Hllo. 11K)S miles from San Francisco 8 P.
M July :!!.
MATSONIA. Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, 1.VS3 miles west of San Francisco s
P. M. July -J9.
RICHMOND, towing bare 65. San Pedro
for Seattle. 85 miles from San Pedro.
CELIUO. Redondo for San Francisco. 15
miles south of Plerbas Blancas.
WEST NORRA.NUS, Ludlow for San
Pedro, JJ2 miles south of San Francisco.
CITY OF PARA. Mazatlan for Washte
naw, Port San L.uis for Santa Knealia.
Mexico. 1202 miles from Santa Rosalia.
ADMIRAL NICHOUSON, Port San Luis
for Santa Barbara. 25 miles from Port San
HUM ROI.DT, San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, 125 miles south of San Francisco.
EASTERN GUIDE, 6SS miles from San
rrinrlirn Julv 29. 8 P. M.
ECUADOR, San Francisco ror orient.
1568 miles from San Francisco, July 2U,
8 P. M.
MAUI, Ean Francisco ror Honolulu, toi
miles from San Francisco, July 29, 8 P. M.
GOVERNOR. San Francisco for Los An
27 miles south of PlKeon Point.
ATLAS, towlnit barge 03, Richmond for
Pnrti.nrl 72 miles from Richmond.
v.l. sEorxDO. Richmond for Point
inn miles from Richmond.
AVALON. San Francisco for Raymond.
1 frnm Sun FranClSCO.
DIL WORTH, Point Wells for San Pedro,
304 miles from San Pedro.
hj niEno. San Pedro for Tacoma, 65
nlli.. tr-nm Tacoma.
CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS, Port Angeles for
Pnrt San Luis. UOT miles irom x-ort Dan
HARTWOOD, Ean Francisco for Grays
Harbor, 197 miles north of San Francl-co.
-.riwic OF TOLEDO. Seattle tor San
n-r.nolncn. 290 miles north of San Fran
ADMIRAL SCHLEY, San Francisco for
Seattle. 335 miles norm ot ean rnncnto.
WATONION, Ban Francisco for Everett,
858 miles north of San Francisco.
ERNEST P. M T E RS. San Francisco for
Grays Harbor, 270 miles north of San
HERCULES, tug. drydoek pontoon In
tow. Seattle for San Francisco. 415 miles
south of Tatoosh.
W. S. PORTER. Monterey for Everett.
295 mines from Monterey.
OLEN, Kobe to Portland, at noon, 522
miles from Columbia river.
LYMAN STEWART, Port San Luis for
Vancouver, 211 miles from Vancouver at
8 LATOUCHE. for Seattle, ten miles west
ROSE CITY, Portland for San Fran
cisco, 25 miles south of Columbia river.
Fire Started by Campers.
GOLDHIZ.Lv Or.. July 30. (Special.)
Fire accidentally started today on
the flat west of the lower local ce
ment quarry by campingT tourists
fanned by a west wind, spread into
the heavy brush and limber sur
rounding the works. One hundred
men from the two works and other
available help saved the works, in
cluding the powder house in the path
nf the fire, which contained ten tons
of powder. The fire escaped up the hill
into the heavy timber uncontrolled.
Read The Oregonlan classified ada.
"A Lady in Love"
Alm Harold Lloyd In "Count ths Votes'
and the Paths news. Open from 9 o'clock
In the morning until 4 o'clock of ths fol
NOW LISTEN ! ! t
Secure Tickets Early
NO SEATS RESERVED
Buy Ins; In advance eliminates
standing In line Just before "Show
Time" Sa vvie f
LTI7TT T Broadway at Taylor
ITXI2il..Ll. VJ Phone Main 1
TOMORROW AFT. 2:15
TOMORROW EVE. 8il5
ALL NEXT WEEK
PEACHY FILM BEAUTIES
OWN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
POPULAR PRICES AtttSrmm
Today TonlKht "W o r t h Wsrten
Four, funniest of quartets; 7.au
Pitts in "Heart of 20" Daisy and Wil
son, aerialists; Bobby Van Horn,
comedy songrster; Hite. Reflow and
Loehr, dances; I'ato S. Keith and Com
pany in "PretUy Soft."
LYRIC Musical Comedy
Mat. Dally at 2. Evenings at 7 and 9.
Grin with MIKE and 1KB in
A false-tooth comedy with sonic.
The Rosebud Chorus Is All Abloom.
A Scream in the Night
All Star Cast
Acres of Free Picnic (.rounds
and Amusements at
Brlnsr the Family to TThe Top of
the Town for Genuine Joy'
IV a r r o w - Garner Railroad, Fast
Scenic Itallvrny, Trip Lp the Co
lumbia, HIk SIO.OOO Carrousel,
dlant Ferrta Wheel.
CLIMB THE TAI.I, onSERV ATIO.N
The Holy-Poly fiame. or Krolle Im
the Old Orchard Picnic Grounds.
TRY TOin SKILL AT TIIK SOV.
KLTV SHOOTl.VU UALLIOUV.
In the Monster Open-Alr Pavilion,
elsens Orchestra and Slonte
FHEK CONCERT EVERY SCXIJAV
ADMISSION TO PA11R ALWAYS
Council Crest Park
CAMPBELL'S FAMOUS BAND
E GRAND MILITARY FANTASIA,
"RKMIMSi'KNCKS OF THE
BOYS IN BUTK."
Admission to Fsrk Frea to 8 P. M.
Daily Except Sundays and Holldara.
Cars First and Alder. Faro 6 Cents.
Game Starts 3 P. M.
Game Starts 1 :30 P. M.
MATINEE DAILY. Z:30
The World's Moot Amaxinr Production
America's Famous Aquatic Marvel and Her
Eirht Educated Sea LlonsL
(SIX OTHER Hltt ACTS
Three performances daily. Night curtain
at 7 and S.
every afternoon and evening.
every evening except Sunday
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called for within
TOO I.ATK TO CLASSIFY.
This la a dandy, " equipped with top,
fenders and wind shield; $150 cash, bai-
mct! easy. so N. 9th St. Bdwy. IIS.
This car Is In most wonderful condi
tion and mut bo sold at once; $275 will
handle. SO N. th it. Bitv. 11-v
-tilrl for candy stand. Call at
pigs, 8 weeks old, $3 each. Mala
OREOuN LODGE, NO. 101
A. F. AND A. M Special com
munication Saturday evn
injf at 7 o'rlock. Work in the
M. M. dppree. Visiting breth
ren cordially Invited. lv order
L.fc3L.l S. i'ARKKR,
WASHINGTON LODGE. No.
4, Af K. and A. M.- Special
communication this Saturday
afternoon and evening, begin
ning '1 o'clock, fciajt Kighth
and Tlurnside. M. M. degree.
Visitors weltome. Order W. M.
J. A. RICHMOND, Secretary.
buttons, charms, pins.
new designs. Jaeger
HroM., Ul-a tHh t
lass pins and medals.
for lodge emblems
310 Washington Ft.
HOLTOREVE July 29. 1!20. at Pt Vin
cents hOFDital. Mrs. Sophia J-ioitgreve,
aged 64 years 11 months, beloved wife
of W. H. Hoitgreve of 106S East Thir
teenth street North, and mother of Airs.
George Gleason of Rochester. N. i
W. C-. Fresno, Cal.; Henry L-. Kansas
City. Mo. : Harry H.. Walter F.. Alhert
H., Misa Amelia Holtgreve and Mrs. Fred
Rnland of Portland. Remains at R. T.
Rvrne's residential parlors, Jnl Williams
ave. Funeral announcement later.
JOHNSON In this city, July 20, Emll
J ohnson. Funeral notice later. Ke-
mnlna are nt he residential parlors of
Miller Tracey. Seattle, Wash., papers
FINNIC AN At the residence. T.20 Failing
street, July 21. I sab-II Flnnigran. aged i4
ve.-irs, beloved mother of louin. Emma
and Joneth Kinnl jan. all of t his city
William Finntean of Iaurel, Or. ; siste
of Mrs Josephine Relersborf of this
city r nd Mrs. Louis Desvaux of Missouri
Funeral cortege will leave the chapel of
Miller & Tracey Monday, Atiguttt 2. nt
8:0 A. M., thence to St. Mary a church
Wil'iams avenue and Stanton street,
Requiem mass will be offered at J A. M
interment Jtt unt uuve cemetery
ARCHIBALD In this city. July 29. Harry
R. Archibald, aged 2'2 years. Husband
Kuth Archibald, son of .Mr. and Mrs.
K. H. Archibald, bruther of C. C. (ier
trude and Edith Archibald of Portland
The funeral services will be held today
(Saturday). July 31. at 1 o'clock P. AI..
at Klnley's, Montgomery at 5th. Friends
invited. Interment Kose City cemetery.
STEONER In this city. Friday, July 30,
Sarah, ase 7 years, wire or L. ai. Mejf
ner of IM Rodney avenue ; mother of
Airs. Zelda rioter. Mrs. liertha O'Neil
of Portland. tMoyd and Arthur of De
troit, Mi-h. Funeral services will be
held at 3 P. M. today Saturdy). at
the chapel of Chambers Co.. Kill
ings worth avenue, near Williams. Inter
ment in Rose City cemetery.
HAYES At the family residence, 715 E.
Stark St., July Oscar AI. Hayes, aped
47 years, beloved husband of Bertha
Hayes. Remains are at the Fast Side
Funeral Directors. 414 East Alder street.
Funeral services will be held at East
Side Funeral Directors today at 2 P. AI.
Friends invited. Interment in Rose City
ENNIS The funeral servioes of th late
Lucy Bateman Ennis wiii be held today
( Saturday). July 31. at 2 :30 o'clock
P. Al.. at Finley's. MontRomery at 5th.
Friends invited. Interment Kiverview
LIMOrSINES for funeral service. JONES
AUTO LIVERY. MARSHALL 114.
Portland Hotel Max,7S3
stores - BetBniw7.iPark Max257
Charge Accounts SolicHecL
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's progressive florist. We special
ize In funeral designs. 141 Sixth, op
posite Meier A Frank's. Alain 7-15.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.
CLARKE BROS-, florists. 287 Morrlsov St.
Main 7709. Fine flowers and floral de
signs. No branch stores.
TONsETH FLORAL CO.. 2S7 Washington
St., bet. 4th snd 5th. Alain 5102. A 1L01.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
fifl Fourth Bt., Opp. City Hall. Nen Bms.
BLAE.SING GRANITE CO.
THIRD AT MADISON STREET
of the W. M
Dunning & McEntce
ll'Xr.KAL 1 I RECTORS.
Now located in their new residential f r
neral home. Morrison t 12th. west aid a.
t'hone liroadway 4 30. Automatic 545-o&.
The Funeral Home of Refinement
nd Distinctive Service.
Note We have uo branches nor any con
nections whatever with any other
EDWARD HO LA IAN
Third and Salmon streets. Alain 507.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Les.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington Street. Jietween I'Otix and
iilst Streets. We Side
Main 2C91. Auto. 57S-S5.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral pa rlors with all the privacy of
a home. lrtt h and Everett l?t. Phone
Broadway Automatic .VJI-S:.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Main 9. Montgomery at Fifth.
F. S. DUNNING. IXC.
414 K. Alder. Phnno Kst 52.
Perfect service, personal direction, fres
use of flora) chapel and auto equipment.
Successor to Wilson & Ro.is. Multnom&n
at East ith. East 54. lrvirigton district.
P. L. LERC1I
K. Eleventh and Clav.
Last 7S1. Tabor IS33.
A. I KENWORTHV fc CO..
5S02-4 92d St.. Lents. Tabor 526T.
PFJTPSO'M' Twelfth and Morrison Sis.
L.lUVOUt1 Broadway 1'534.
A. R. ZELLER CO.
592 Williams ave.
East 10SS. C
BREEZE & SNOOK t10!0,
SKEWES VNDERTAKIN'G COMPANY. 34
no. tiay. ai. A Lady Assistant.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of allec-ed
cruelty to animals. Offices, room 150
courthouse. Phone Main 378 from
8 A. M. to 5 1'. M.
The society has full charge of the city
pound at its nome. a.o LoiumDIa bou-
evard. l'hone any time. o o d 1 awn
'64. Iiocs for sale. Horse ambulance
for sick or disabled horses. Small
animals painlessly electrocuted where
necessary, and stray animals cared
for. All dead animals, cows, horses.
etc., picked up free of charsre.
761 East Broadway.
House, containing large living room.
dining room, hardwood floors, pass
pantry, kitchen, fireplace, 4 bed
rooms, sleeping porch, basement.
Now vacant. House needs some re
pairs. Can be purchased at a very
HARVEY WELLS & CO.
Main 4564. . 602 Gasco Bldg.
Fhlpped Anywhere ;
In built 4-foot sec
tions r a d j and j
easy to put to- I
urt-class house or carars di
rect from the factory at a GREAT
BAVINO. You pay no middlemen's
profit. Write for catalog.
Redimade Building Co.
Xuast Kleventn and Market,
2 U locks south ot Hawthorn,
rhone tast 6114. Portland. O
Concrete store buildincr. equipped
with machinery for separating, clean
ing and grinding- grain.
Also warehouse and pood dwelling;
house In town of Dayton, Oregon.
Price $8000. ferms.
Also hotel buildinp. five level lots,
Dayton, Oregon. Price $1800.
Also 93 acres. 66 acres In cultiva
tion, pood buildinps, orchard, very
best soil. Price J14.500. Terms.
BOX 132, DAVTO.V, OREGON.
Send Us Your Old Carpet3
(We Call and Deliver.)
Old Rues and Woolen Clothlnr.
We Make Reversible. Hand-Woven
Room-Size Fluff Bars Woven. 17.50
Ku Rocs Woven AU Sixes.
Clothes Deaninc and Drelnc DeDts.
ftlail Orders Send for Booklet.
BxIS Kujca. Steam Cleaned. SL.50.
WESTERN FLUFF KIO CO,
64 Union Ave. N.
Fhones. East 6MS and East 1653.
Lowest Interest rates Installment re
payments it desired. Bulletins; loans
made. .No delay In closing.
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
217-21U Northwestern Bank Uuildlnir.
K.VECITOR? AND ADUl.MS.
W III Find Our Thriee-Srcurea
Exceptional investments for n.t
funds. A ot a foreclosure in twen
FEAR A CRAY,
Phone Main 33. 1U2 Fourth St.
Edward E.Goudey Co.
Cnlted states liaxk Building. .