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THE MORNING OR EG ONI AN. THURSDAY. JTJXY 28. 1D21
EGERIA WILL TAKE
Steamer Is Commissioned for
Carrier, Idle for X early Six Months,
Goes to St. Helens Today .
to Take on Load.
After being- Idle for nearly lx
months, the Portland-owned steamer
Egrerla. which. Incidentally. Is the only
Portland-owned ocean steamer, has
been commissioned for the coastwise
lumber trade and will go to St.
Helens this morning to start loading
for San Diegro.
Management of the Egjerla has been
transferred from the Coast Shipbuild
ing company to the McCullough-Fa-gan
Lumber company, wholesale lum
ber operators, .who will use the vessel
principally in the transportation of
their own cargoes. The real owner
ship of the craft is vested in a large
number of Portland firms and Indi
viduals. Since the return of the Egeria from
her one cruise to Australia, the enor
mous fuel oil and ballast tanks, which
were . her most distinctive feature,
have been removed to give her more
cargo space. The vessel's owners
have abandoned the idea of operating
her in the long voyages of the off
ehpre lumber trade for which she was
constructed. Bight tanks in all were
removed, leaving the vessel enough
fuel capacity to carry her to Honolulu
or Alaska and back if a profitable
cargo should offer in those trades,
but the business of carrying lumber
to Australia and South Africa will be
left to the big liners making that ter
ritory and the sailing vessels.
On her maiden voyage the Egeria
carried about 1,350,000 feet of lumber,
but as the result of her recent re
modeling, it is expected that her ca
pacity now will prove to be ebout
Captain C. J. Swenson. who last
sailed out of Portland as master of
the schooner W. H. Marston, operated
by the late Harry Pennell, head of the
Coast Shipbuilding company, will go
as commander of the Egeria. Captain
Swenson is well-known here and else
where on the coast, as he has com
manded a number of shipping board
steamers and several of the Green
pected to depart before daylight this
The steam schooner Ryder Hanif J
moved down the river from terminal No.
4 to Waima last night to complete a
cargo of lumber and ties for California.
The steamer Georgina Rolpn of the
Parr-McCormica line left down last night
with lumber and genera) freight from
Portland and San Francisco.
The Admiral line passena-er steamer
Senator will be due at Astoria this morn
ing from San Diego. San Pedro and San
Francisco with passengers and freight.
The shipping board steamer West Cay
ote, loading for t-b-e orlen-t. Is expected to
get the last of her cargo aboard Friday
and go down the river Friday night for
Moji. Kobe, Tokkaichi and Yokohama.
The North China liner Bearport will be
due here tomorrow from Shim id iu. Japan,
with one of the largest shipments of tea
ver received here.
The steamer Springfield of the Nftwsco
line- is listed by the Pacific Steamship
company, local aent. to arrive at Port
land August lO. The Springfield ha,
been off the run for overhauling.
WHEAT SHIP HEAHS PORT
VICTORIA MARTJ IUE TO LOAD
U.XDER IIAUSER. CHARTER.
SAILORS' LIQUOR HELD
ATTEMPT TO REGAIN BOTTLES
FROM GUARD FAILtRE.
Steamer "West Hoiraker Speeds Up
Taking- on Grain and Floor
for Early Sailing.
The Japanese steamer Victoria
Maru, recently announced as char
tered by the Houser interests to carry
wheat or flour to Europe, was due
off the mouth of the Columbia river
at 11 o'clock last night, according to
advices received here yesterday. She
is expected to reach Portland this
evening:, after fumigating either at
Astoria or on her way up the river.
Rapid dispatch will be given the
shipping board steamer West Hona
ker, which arrlvKl at the Portland
Flouring Mills dock yesterday morn
ing. In order that the shippers
may get a July bill of lading, as spe
cified in the freighting agreement, all
the cargo must be aboard and the
vessel cleared through customs Sun
day, and a full cargo of wheat and
flour is to be loaded here. Although
the shipping board rate on grain and
flour to Europe is considerablyabove
that of foreign vessels, this vessel
was taken at the shipping board rate
in order to secure immediate loading.
The Japanese steamer Tyne Maru,
owned by Suzuki &. Co., was posted
on the Merchant's Exchange board
yesterday as en route here for grain.
It is presumed that she will carry
wheat for the account of her owners,
as is being done by the steamer Seine
Maru, now loading.
OCEAN GRAIN RATES FIXED
Shipping Interests of Canada Feel
Around for Fall Business.
VANCOUVER, B. C July 27. (Spe
cial.) Canadian steamship interests
and those particularly connected with
the transport of grain to Europe were
commencing to feel around for char
ter rates and part cargo chare: es on
grain for destination across the At
lantic. The rates from Montreal and other
Atlantic ports have been fixed to the
United Kingdom as follows: On all
heavy grains, August, 7 shillings, or
29 cents; September the same; October
this will be raised to 8 shillings, or
33 1-3 cents, and the November rate is
increased to 9 shillings, or 37 cents.
The barley rate Is 5 cents higher and
STEVEDORING CUTS PLANNED
Firms at Meeting Today to Decide
on Reduction of Charges.
Reductions in stevedoring charges
at Portland and on the Columbia river
will be decided upon at a meeting of
the stevedoring firms to be held here
today. It is expected that the rates
for the Columbia river district will
be made to equal those now prevailing
on Puget sound. A slight reduction
at San Francisco would then make a
uniform stevedoring charge for the
entire Pacific coast.
A cut in the wages of longshoremen
amounting to 10 cents an hour, or
about' 10 per cent, has been agreed
upon by both employers and employes
of Puget sound and the Columbia dis
Ship Reports by Radio.
by Radio Corporation
that of the heavy grain rate.
To points on the continent, such as
Antwerp and Havre, the July rate of
27 cents will be continued to August
15 and the Hamburg-Bremen rate will
be extended in the same manner. For
the latter half of August the rate to
the former places will be 30 cents
and to the latter 2 cents higher.
These rates then will hold until Octo
ber, when the period from October 1
to December 31 has been provided for
In respective rates of 32 cents and
35 cents to those ports.
It was not expected that any def
inite action as to setting rates on
grain shipments out of this port would
be made until the end of August, but
Vancouver shipping will participate in
rate fixing out of Columbia river
points at a much earlier date.
50 ACRES XEARLY FILLED IN
Site for Dock to Be Next Work on
ABERDEEN, Wash., July 27. (Spe
cial.) Filling of the first unit area on
the Grays harbor port commission
property, comprising about CO acres,
just north of slip No. 1, and contain
ing about 850,000 cubic yards, will be
finished before Sunday, C. R. Wright,
resident engineer, estimated. The
dredging was started April 7 and the
work has been carried on 24 hours a
day, with slight interruptions.
As soon as the first fill is com
pleted the site for the first dock will
be filled. This will be between slips
Nos. l and 2. Half a million cubic
yards will be needed, and the work is
expected to occupy about six weeks.
liulkheads for the pier are practically
Following the fill of thisarea the
dredge will be taken to the vicinity
or tirays aroor city, where work on
the channel will be done. During the
winter months the dredge will be used
in filling the second harbor com mis
sion area unit. About 2,000,000 yards
win oe needed lor this IilL
Subchaser at Bandon.
MARSH FIELD, Or.. July 27. (Spe
eial.) A subchaser arrived at Bandon
today and will remain for the three
days' celebration of the Knights of
Pythias and Dramatic Order of
JrCnights of Khorassan. The command
ant of the 13th naval district directed
the subchaser, 295, to proceed to Ban-,
don for the Coos county Pythian jubi
lee. Plans for the entertainment of
the visitors include a sea food dinner
Position. renorted at 8 P. M. vesterday.
unless otherwise Indicated, were as follows:
ED K1NGSLBY, Blubber Bay, B. C, for
San Francisco, passed Cape Mendocino, at
l:3f P. M.
ERNEST M. MYERS. San Francisco Tor
the rate on flour also 5 ronta 9hnVA Kirayg Harbor, 265 miles north of San
WAP A MA. San Francisco for Portland,
285 miles north of San Francisco.
SAX DIEGO, San Francisco for Tacoma,
100 miles north of San Krancisco.
CURACAO. Eureka for San Francisco,
lOO miles north of San Francisco.
QUINAULT, San Francisco for Tacoma,
135 miles north of San Francisco.
HORACE X. BAXTER. San Francisco for
bent tie. las miles north of San KTancisco.
WEST IVAN. Yokohama for Vancouver.
jtiu mues west or Cape Flattery, a Sr. M.
FLORID AN", Kanaapall for canal. 1300
miles east of Honolulu, 8 P. M. July 26.
Mali, ban rrancisco for Honolulu. 88
miles west of San Francisco.
WILLAMETTE. San Francisco for St,
Helens, 2 5 miles north of San Francisco.
WEST CALERA. San Pedro for Hon
lulu, 508 miles from San Pedro.
PENXSY LVANIAN, San Francisco for
Honolulu. 95 miles from San Francisco.
ROSE-CITY, San Francisco for Portland.
va miles irom ban rrancisco.
MULTNOMAH. San Francisco for Bel-
linpham, 40 miles north of San Francisco.
TUG HERCULES, towing log raft, As
toria for San Diego, 47- miles from San
DODO, San Pedro for Portland. 810
miles SKuth of Portland.
EEMDTK, left San Francisco for San
WEST CAMARGO, Astoria for Auck
land via Honolulu, 818 miles from Astoria.
ALASKA, Portland for San Francisco,
off Columbia river lightship.
C. A. SMITH. San Francisco for -Coos
bay. 99 miles. south of Coos bay.
SENATOR, San Francisco for Portland
14. miles south of Columbia river light
BEARPORT. Port Shlmlzu, Japan, for
Portland, 264 miles west of Columbia river
FRED BAXTER, San Francisco for
Vancouver, B. C, 175 miles from Van
couver. RAINIER. San Francisco for Seattle,
28 miles from Seattle.
JOHANNA SMITH. Coos bay for San
Francisco, 26 miles south of Coos bay.
PRESIDENT, San Francisco for Seattle,
six miles south of Heceta head.
WEST 1SLETA, Vancouver, B. C, for
Portland, 00 miles from Portland.
Crowd "Jimmies" Door In Effort
to Find Treasure, but Flee
at Sight of Revolver.
Members of the crew of the United
States steamer West Nlvaria received
the eurprise of their lives yesterday
when they attempted to recover some
of their "wet goods, which had been
confiscated by customs officers. Jn
the routine search of the vessel, newly
arrived from the orient, officers col
lected a dozen or so bottles, which
they placed in a eack and stowed
temporarily in a room amidships, sta
tioning Clifford Glover, engineer of
the customs launch H- W. Scott, on
Sailors passed back and forth be
fore the room in which the treasure
was -stored, paying no particular heed
until someone noticed that the guard
was gone. Immediately a crowd gath
ered. Seamen, engineers and mess
men fished in their pockets, brought
forth all the keys they could find and
tried them all, without moving the
latch. Fearing the return of the of
ficers at any moment, one man in
desperation "jimmied" the door.
The groifp rushed pell-mell into the
room, stopped short and fled, for.
sitting calmly on a bunk with his
feet on the sack of bottles, was
Glover with an ugly revolver in his
hand. The crew disappeared forward
without disputing the ownership of
the liquor. No arrests were made.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes
VANCOUVER. B. - C, July 27. (Spe
cial.) Owing to the successful picketing
of the Canadian government steamer Ca
nadian Exporter now leading here, by
members of the fireman's and oilers' union
who declare the ship unfair to organized
labor, the boat has not got a crew and it
is doubtful if she will get away on Fri
day to Portland. The Exporter , is to com
plete her cargo on the Columbia river.
inbound from (Jairo, Ee-ypt. the Cana
dian steamer, Canadian Prospector, of the
Canadian government merchant marine, is
on the way up the coast from the Panama
canal. This boat is coming light but the
steamer Canadian Traveler of the same
line, which also went to Cairo, is return
ing by way of Trinidad and has nov about
3UO0 tons of sugar aboard for the local
The motorshlp Balboa of the Johnson
motorship line will be due in port about
August & from European continental ports
via Peru and she will have 3O00 tons of
sugar for the local refinery. Outbound this
boat will take 500 tons of canned salmon
The Union Oil tanker Lyman Stewart.
which was due here today with 38,000
barrels of oil, has been diverted to Se-1
ttle and will not come in here until
According to wireless reports from the
steamer Makura of the Canadian-Austral
ian steamship line that boat has been set
back a day in time and will not reach port
until Sunday afternoon.
H. F. Alexanders private yacht Acoullo
is in port with A. F. Haines, of the Ad
miral Steamship line and party aboard. The
yacht will leave in the morning for Powell
river on a fishing expedition.
The Osaka 8 hose n Raisha liner, Alabama
Maru, is completing her cargo and was ex
pected to get away for Seattle tonignt-
The Holla nd-Amertka line steamship
Kinderdijk. Captain Hertog Heyes. is at
pier H discharging gin and whisky, med
icine, a rugs, picKies, vinegar, champagne,
glassware and other commodities of a long
list of assorted European products. There
is a Quantity of British and continental
haberdashery and draperies.
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash., July 27.
(Special.) With the arrival of the steamer
Derblay, in service of the General Steam
ship company, more than 10,000 tons of
copper ore has been brought to Puget
sound from the west coast of South Amer
ica within the past few days. Copper
shipments from Puget sound to Atlantic
ports and also to European ports is show
ing a marked increase. A considerable por
tion of the copper produced in Montana
is shipped east and foreign through the
channels of Puget sound. Montana ship
pers find It cheaper to send copper to
Puget sound by rail and from here to the
Atlantic by water. After discharging her
copper at Tacoma, the Derblay will go to
British Columbia to load for Antofagasta.
After loading .a part cargo at Puget
sound cities, the steamer Ohioan sailed last
night for fortiana wnere a shipment aWaua
her. From .Portland she will sail for New
York. She will call at San Francisco and
San Diego to complete cargo.
. Carrying 5000 tons of products of the
northwest the steamer west Katan sailed
this morning for Hamburg. She will call
at Portland and San Francisco and San
rearo to complete.
The Red Cross hospital steamer Mercy
which accompanied the United States navy
fleet from San Diego to Puget sound sailed
today for the south.
Returning from Vancouver where she
went to discharge some freight and also
take on fuel coal, the Japanese steamer
Katori Maru called here today for a pilot,
proceeding to Seattle where she will load
for the orient.
The steamer Ohioan of the United
American Lines, was on her way up th'e
river last night and will be at municipal
terminal No. 1 this morning to discharge
and load to and from the Atlantic coast.
- The steamer West Isleta of the Nawsoo
Ime was expected at the mouth of the
Columbia at 8 o'clock, expected at the
Columbia river lightship at 7:30 P. M.
yesterday, and will come up to terminal
jso. 2 this morn iter, departing again to
Ti?ht for Boston, Pnlladelphia and Port
The steamer Alaska of the Sa-n Fran
cisco & Portland Steamship company de
parted from the Ainsworth dock at 10
o'clock yesterday mornins for San Fran
cisco with passengers and freight. The
at earner Rose City, which left San Fran
cisco yesterday for Portland, will inaugu
ral the new four-day. schedule of this
The steamer West Katan of the European-Pacific
line was due at the Colum
bia river lightship at JO: 30 o'clock last
The tw destroyers which have been In
port for the past week will depart at 10
'clock this morning.
The Pacific Steamship company's
coast, wise freighter Admiral Sebree was
loading the lat of a cargo of paper at
terminal No. 2 last night, and was ex
STATUS OF LINE SOUGHT
Washington Road to Figure '1b
Hearing in Portland.
OLTMPIA, Wash, July 27. (Spe
cial.) Elgin V. Kuykendall, director
of public works, accompanied by Traf
fic Expert Calderhead, will go to
Portland tomorrow to attend a hear
ing before an interstate commerce
committee for the purpose of estab
lishing the status of the Eastern
Railway & Lumber company, insofar
as its being a common carrier is con
cerned. The Eastern Railway & Lumber
company line is in Lewis county, with
head offices at Centralia. and com
plaint has been filed in Olympia with
the interstate commerce commission
by the Empress Coal company of
Lewis county that the railway was
not operating as a common carrier
and that because of its length and the
country it serves it should be forced
to act as a common carrier.
The hearing Is being held In Port
land for the convenience of the com
merce committee, which has a number
of cases to be heard there this week.
TACOMA, Wash., July 27. (Special.)
Shipping was fairly lively at Tacoma to
day and nearly every longshoreman on the
beach was called out to aid in handling
freight. In the list of arrivals was the
Santr, Rita from west coast ports with ore,
the Honolulu from Grays Harbor to load
lumber for Norfolk, th Phyllis to load
lumber for San Pedro, the Providencla to
discharge ore from Santa Rosalia. The
Admiral Farragut from San Francisco and
the Katori Maru from the orient were
listed lor arrivals late in the day.
The Northwestern, which has been dis
charging or from Alaska mines for the
last twii tMs, will sail tonight for the
norm via Seattle.
Tue steamer Honolulu, which Is loadlrg
lumber here for Norfolk, was formerly the
German steamer Setos well known here
prior to the war when the. craft made this
pert under the flag of the Kosmos line.
The vessel, which is in command of Cap
tain Clatissen, was interned in Honolulu
during the war. The vessel will be here
about three days loading and then bh'ft
to Seattle and Kverett to-complete. Sno
win taxe i.auu,WH ieet of imber at the
terminal docks for the Atlantic coast.
T:ie Alabama Maru, of the Osaka Sho
sen Raisha line, will return tomorrow
morning from Vancouver, B. C, to com
plete loading her outward tra'ght. The
vessel will take copper, lumber and Ken
era 1 ccrgo this voyage.
The Boobyalla, which has been loading
lumber -at the Tidewater mill, shifted to
day to the Puget Sound Lumber mill to
complete her cargo.
The Dakar Maru aljro shifted to the
same mill tonight to finish loading.
The Providencla will be here several
da ye discharging her copper cargo, it i
said now. On account of the number of
vessels In port with ore the vessel has
been forced to wait at least one day in
se on ring a berth.
The Griffson, after discharging her salt
cargo at the Northwestern doc It last night,
shifted to tne Baker dock to unload the
rest of her freight brought up from Cali
fornia. She will tow down sound.
Chairman A- D. Lasker, of the shipping
board, wants to interest Tacomans in the
wooden ships the government has on its
hands. In a letter to E. f. Keeraer, man
aging secretary, of the commercial ciuo,
he asks that all persons who might have any
Ideas for the utilization of the niia ior
breakwaters, pontoons, sea scout vessels.
or other purposes may have their attention
called to the fact that Uncle sam nas
of thee ships for sajft.
The steamer Lurline, of the Matson line,
arrived at the terminal docks this morning
and will take general cargo for the Mat
port line for Honolulu. The Lurline Is es
tablishing direct passenger service from
Tacoma to Honolulu, in addition to the
ASTORIA. Or., July 27. (Special.) The
steam schooner Wahkeena arrived during
the night from San Francisco and pro
ceeded to Wallace slough where she dis
charged about R00 tons of rafting chain
for the Benson Lumber company, she will
load lumber at West port and Wauna. The
arrival of this chain means that the Ben
son company will send three rafts to San
Diego this summer. One raft has already
left, the second one which will carry a
deck load. Is completed. The logs have
been assembled for the third raft, but the
construction work has been delayed await
ing the arrival of the chains.
The tank steamer Oleum bringing fuel
oil and gasoline for Astoria and Portland
will be due from California.
The steam schooner Santiara is to finish
loading at the Hammond mill tonight and
sail for San Pedro with 1,100,000 feet of
Carrying freight and passengers from
Portland and Astoria, the steamer Alaska
will sail this evening for San Francisco.
The steamer Senator will be due tomor
row from Sui Pedro and San Francisco
with freight and passengers for Astoria
The steam schooner Tiverton will be due
from San Francisco this morning. She is
to- load lumber.
The steam schooner Anne Hanify is due
from San Francisco and will load lumber
The steamer Ohioan arrived at 1 o'clock
this aftenaoon from Puget sound and went
to Portland. She is picking up cargo for
thd Atlantic seaboard.
The steamer West Katan is dua from
Puget sound, the steamer West Isleta will
be due at 7:30 tonight from Puget sound.
Both go to Portland.
The Japanese steamer Victoria Maru will
be due at 12 tonight en route to Portland.
SAN PEDRO, Cal., July 27. (Special.)
The steamer West Prospect will be
launched from the yards of the Los Ange
les Shipbuilding & Drydock company next
Saturday. Mrs. Mllo Baker, wife of the
vice-president of the company, will be the
sponsor. The steamer is of the 11.500-ton
class and is being built for the emergency
The canners, and the Alblcore fishermen
have agreed upon a price to be paid for
this season's catch. The price will be
$lo0 a ton. The agreement was reached
after C. S. Bauder of the state fish and
game commission, acting with Secretary
Lewis of the local commercial organization,
had arranged a series of conferences.
Union longshoremen here have refused
to work on board steamers manned by
non-union seamen. The Fort Bfagg. the
Admiral Goodrich and the Coquille River
were the steamers affected.
The new passenger terminal of the Los
Angeles Steamship company today was
finished. It will be used by the steamers
Harvard and Tale. The building is 330
feet long and 115 -feet wide.
GRAYS HARBOR, Wash., July 27.
(Special. ) The steamer Caoba arrived
here this afternoon and will load cargo
at the Lytle mill in Hoauiam.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 27. (Special.)
Announcement of regular monthly sail
ings from Seattle to La tin-American
porta by a fleet of five steamers
to be known as the Latin-America line
was made this morning by H. H. Hammer,
representing the Universal Shipping &
Trading company, which has obtained the
northern agency. The line Is backed by
the A. O. Lindvig interests of Norway,
a powerful corporation which has been in
terested in trade from this port for many
Starting the line will be the Norwegian
steamer Ha J a California, long in trade to
Mexican coast ports, on September iio. Fol
lowing will be the Sinaloa, sister ship of
the Baja California, and then will come
three larger and newer craft, the Romulus,
Regulus and Remus, October 1, November
1 and December 1, respectively.
In addition to the Northwestern, whose
sailing date was advanced yesterday by
the Alaska Steamship company, it is an-1
nounced that virtually .all of the vessel,
now in the north have been delayed. The
Victoria, Ketchikan and Latouche all re
ported to the head office as delayed yes
terday. As a result the next sailing of
the Victoria has been set for August 11,
and other changes in schedule will be an
nounced later. The steamship Jefferson ar
rived in last night and will sail tomorrow
at 9 A. M. and .the Northwestern at 7
P. M. Friday.
Thj American-Hawaiian Steamship com
pany will include Philadelphia as a port
of call on its intercoast service, in which
Seattle is the western terminal, according
to an announcement made today by W. C.
Dawson & Co.. Seattle agents for the line.
The steamer Texan, sailing from Seattle,
August 13, will be the first vessel to make
the port and others will be routed that
way if sufficient cargo is offered by the
Pacific coast ports.
Reporting a rough voyage up the coast
from .the west coast of South America the
motorship Culburra reached Tacoma today
with a full cargo of ore for the smelter.
The Culburra, one of the motorships op
erated by the Pacific Freighters company,
will come to Seattle to drydock and then
load lumber at sound mills for another trip
to the west coast.
HULLS HERE ARE ON SALE
BIDS OX WOODEX CRAFT TO BE
teamers Iurline from San Francisco: f miosis sanitarium rAr V.lma tipvt
prince ucorge, from Prince Rupert; cap.
Henry, from New York and way ports;
Henry T. Scott, from San Franclt-co; Ly
man Stewart, from Oleum.
Sailed Admiral Schley, for Los Angeles
via San Francisco: Prince George, for
Prince Rupert: Kennecott. for New Torlt.
BUENA VENTURA. July 23. Arrived
Steamer Merlden, from Portland.
Ships Built During War Emergency
Declared Unsuited to Mer
chant Marine Fleet.
Fourteen wooden steamship hulls
built by the United States shipping
board and now lying in North Port
land harbor, and a number of other
Portland-built craft are included in
the sale of 285 wooden steamers and
hulls for which the opening of sealed
bids will take place at Washington,
D. C, Saturday. The shipping board
has opened the bidding to brokers,
salvage companies, operators of ves
sels and individuals who are inter
ested in an effort to dispose of the
large number of unfinished hulls and
the wooden ships not in use.
The hulls in Portland to be in
cluded in the sale are mostly of the
Ferris type, with only one of the
Hough type in the lot. These are as
follows: Aburia and Acarman, built
by the Grant-Smith company; Wa
banaquot, Montezuma, Kttdapasan,
Arvonia and Akanaquint, all built by
the Standifer company; Alleben and
Cabria, built by the MacEachern
company of Astoria; Bedlow, built by
Sweeney & Breener of Tillamook;
Fort Shaw and Fort Sheridan, built
by St. Helens Shipbuilding company;
Daulls, built by the Sommarstrom
company of Columbia City; Onteora,
built by the Wilson company of As
toria. In the specifications for bids the
shipping board announces that bid
ders acting for citizens of a foreign
government can submit bids with the
understanding that any bids accepted
will be recognized by the shipping
board as providing for the transfer
of flag privilege wherever consistent
with diplomatic relations. Offers
predicated on ship breakage or sal
vage propositions must include sat
isfactory evidence of ability of bid
ders to complete salvage operation.
Bids for the ships must be for cash
or satisfactory guarantee, with a cer
tified check of 10 per cent accom
panying them. Inspection of the
ships can be arranged upon applica
tion to the ship sales division of the
United States shipping board in
Washington, I. C.
The vessels range is size from 2500
to 4900 tons deadweight and were1
built for the war emergency. They
are declared to be unsuited to the
fleet . contemplated by the merchant
marine act of 1920.
BALBOA. July 24. Arrived Steamer
Wallingford, from Portland for lquique.
LIVERPOOL, July 25. Arrived Steam
er Steel Age, from Portland.
EUREKA. July 27. Arrived at 7 A. M.,
steamer Curacao, from San Francisco for
COLOMBO. July 24. Arrived. 'Wolverine
State, from San Francisco.
SHANGHAI. July 25. Arrtvd. Broad
Arrow, from San Francisco.
SHANGHAI, July 26 Sailed. West Islip.
for San Francisco. '
Friday afternoon, has been fully
arranged. Following the invocation
by Rev. Charles McDermoth" of Aber
deen and a solo by Miss Marie Adams,
Captain J. B. Kirkaldie of Elma,
former commissioner and a leader in
the movement to establish the hos
pital, will speak on the origin of the
plans for building the hospital. There
will be other speakers.
CATTLE AND HOES STEADY
PREVIOUS DAY'S PRICES RCLE
SESSIOX AT YARDS.
Road Work Going Forward.
MARSH PI ELD, Or., July !7. (Spe
cial.) Work on units of the Roose
velt highway, contracts for which
were recently let py the state high
way commission, is proceeding rap
idly. On the Denmark-Sixes river
road the contractors have started
On the unit south of Brush crock
contractors are getting their equip
ment, on the ground and ready for
Eugene Mill Gets 'Wheat.
EUGENE. Or.. July 27. (Special.)
K. D. Paine, manager of the Eugene
Mill & Elevator company, states that
the first car of 1921 wheat has just
been received at the mill from the
Medford district, where the season is
in advance of the Willamette valley.
Mr. Paine expressed the opinion that
the Lane county crop will not run
more than 75 per cent of the crop of
last year, which was also short.
Wheat is now bringing the farmer
about 90 cents a bushel, which is less
than half what it was at this time
grading south from the Denmark I last year. Mr. Paine estimates that
cheese factory and are clearing the 1 the plant ground about 110,000 bushels
right of way farther aloncr the route. I the last yeaiv
Sheep and Lambs Continue Slow
and Weak Volume of Day's
Receipts Is Small.
Cattle and hogs remained steady at
North Portland yesterday"at the previous
day's prices. Drive-ins in the hog alley
sold around $12.75 with a few going at
(13. Poorer grades were below this figure.
Sheep and lambs continued slow and
Receipts for tha day were small and
consisted of 26 cattle and 255 sheep.
The day s sales follow;
To Arrive at Portland.
Steamer From Due.
West Katan Seattle Julv 28
Senator .San Diego July JS
Anne Han.ry San Fran July 28
West Isleta N T.-S. F.... July 28
Bearport. .. . Shimidzu July 29
nose ny ban x ran July 2!
Daisy reeman San Fran July 29
West Nomentum L-ivpI.-S. F July 30
Denmark Maru .Galveston . . . .July 30
Willhilo. N. Y.-S. F July 30
Derblay ValDaraivo .Tniv sn
Somersetshire London-S. F..Julv 30
Edward Luckenbach. N. Y.-S. F. . . .July 31
Canadian Exporter. . .Vancouver . ..Aug. 1
Alaska San Fran Aug. 3
Anyo Maru Orient . Aug. 5
H. S. Urove. , Balto-S. F. Auir ft
Springfield Boeton-S. F.. .Aug. 10
--N. Y.-S. F Aug. 30
.. -Orient Aug. 10
. .San Fran Aug. 15
. . -orient Aug. 20
r..N. Y.-S. F Auk. 25
To Iepart From Fort land.
Kaisho Maru. . . .
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
SAXFFER-MAC NELL John B. Sanffer.
legal. Hubbard. Or., and Ruth Mac Nell,
legal. SOS Jefferson street.
THOMPSON-HUDSON James Thomp
son. SS, 42 Shaver street, and Marion A.
Hudson. 33. 423 Shaver street.
BLUHM-BLUHM Georga Bluhm. legal.
603 Fifty-fifth avenue Southeast, and
Mae Bluhm. legal. S410 Thirty-seventh ave
LAN DBR-EMRICK Allen W. Lander.
33, Multnomah club, and Bonnie Emrich,
27. Buckingham hotel.
William Montgomery. 25. U. 8. S. New
York, Bremerton. Wash., and Grtrud 2.
Carpenter Baxr hotel-
Steamer For Date.
Rakuyo Maru Valparaiso July 28
West Cayote Japan Julv 2ft
Seine Maru Europe July 29
Celilo. . San Fran July 29
Senator San Diego. . . .July 29
Willhilo New York July 31
Wrest Honaker Europe July 31
Rose City San Fran Aug. 1
Alaska San Fran Aug. 5
Fawlet Orient Aug. 11
Vessels In Port.
Anniston City Terminal No. 4-
Baltimore Marti North Bank dock.
Canadian Importer. .. E. & W. mill.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 27. (Special.)
Fourteen days late on her schedule on
account of being held in port at Kobe
while Japanese quarantine officials probed
a report of plague on board, the Japanese
liner Tenyo Maru, of the T. K. K, fleet,
arrived here this morning. The vessel
omitted Honolulu on her voyage so as to
gain time. i
Cargo on the Tenyo Included 3382 bales
of raw silk for overland shipment. This
Is the largest consignment of silk to ar
rive here this year. There were 11,157
packages of United States mail. All told,
the vessel's cargo consisted of 2218 tons
of oriental freight.
A large quantity of island bananas ar
rived here today on the Matson liner Wil
helmfna from Honolulu. From plantations
on the island of Oahu 3114 bunches were
shipped. Other shipments on the vessel
were 78,595 sacks of raw sugar, 32,437
cases of canned pineapples and much fresh
fruits and sacked coffee.
The White Flyer steamer Humboldt, of
the White Flyer line, sailed" this after
noon for Santa Barbara and San Pedro
with a fair passenger list and a good cargo
of freight. Passenger rates on the steamer
have been reduced considerably below what
they were before the strike.
The shipping board tanker Tustem.
which was launched June 15 from the
yards of the M oore Shipbuilding company,
was given a trial trip today and her com
passes were adjusted.
The Pacific Mail steamer Point Lobos
was towed to an anchorage today. It is
understood the Point Lobos has been tem
porarily withdrawn from the active list
at the Pacific Mail ships.
With a full cargo of grain. the new
tanker Swift wind, of the Swiftsure Oil
company, arrived here today from Port
land. The vessel went up the river for
fuel and will leave out for the United
On her first trip here since the war, the
Harrison Direct line freighter Author ar
rived here today. As soon as she is dis
charged, the Author will commence load
ing for the reutrn voyage to Europe.
Report From Mouth of Colombia.
NORTH HEAD, July 27. Condition of
the sea at 5 P. M., smooth; wind north,
Tide at Astoria. Today.
0:53 A. M...1.6 feet'8:34 A. M....S.4 feet
12:00 P. M...25 feet 6:42 P. M....7.8 feet
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, July 27. Arrived at 7 A.
M., steamer West Honaker, from San
Francisco; arrived at 11:45 P. M., steamer
Ohioan, from Puget sound for New York;
sailed at 10 A. M., steamer Alaska, for
San Francisco; sailed at 10 P. M., steamer
Georgina Rolph, for Saa Francisco and
San I-edro; sailed at 11 P. M., steamer
Admiral Sebree, ,for San Franc.sco; ar
rived at Wauna at 8 A. M., steamer Wah
keena, from San Francisco; arrived at
St. Helens at 7:30 P. M., steamers Trini
dad and Celilo, from San Francisco.
ASTORIA, July 27. Arrived at 2 P. M.,
steamer Ohioan, from Seattle for New
York; arrived at 7 P. M-, steamer West
Isleta, from Portland, Me.; arrived at 10:30
P. M.( steamer West Katan, from Ant
werp via Seattle.
ASTORIA, July 26. Arrived at 5:15
and left up at 8:30 P. M., steamer Celilo,
from San Francisco; arrived at 6 and left
up at 7:15 P. M., steamer West Honaker,
from San Francisco.
SAi FRANCISCO. July 27. Arrived at
8 A. M., steamer Swiftwlnd, from Port
land for Europe; sailed at 1 P. M., steamer
Rose City, for Portland.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 26. Arrived
Steamer Pleiades, from New Orleans ;
sailed at 6 P. M., steamer Yalza, from
Portland for Portland, Me.; sailtd at 6
P. M-. steamer Andrea .F. Luckenbach,
from Portland for New York.
SEATTLE, July 27. Arrived Steamer
Cape Henry, from Portland for New York;
sailed at 3 P. M., steamer West Nilus, for
Portland and orient.
SAN PEDRO. Cal., July 27. Special.)
Arrived Steamers Queen, from Seattle;
Yale, from San Francisco; A. K. Lucken
bach, from San Francisco; Balboa, from
Gothenburg; Henry A. Drum, from Avon;
Deptre. from San Francisco; Willhilo, from
Sailed Steamers Queen, for San Fran
cisco; Depere, for Valparaiso; Coquille
River, for Fort Bragg.
SHANGHAI, July 24. Arrived Steamer
Montague, from Portland, Or.
SYDNEY. N. S. W., July 25. Arrived
Steamers Canadian Skirmisher, from Van
couver; Ventura, from San Francisco.
Sailed Steamer Walhcmo, for San Fran
cisco. HONGKONG, July 25. Sailed Steamer
Wheatland Montana, for Seattle, Wash.
TACOMA. Wash., July 27. Arrived
Steamers Santa Rita, from San Francisco;
Honolulu, from Grays harbcr and way
ports; Katori Maru, from Yokohama and
way ports; Phyllis, from San Francisco;
Admiral Farragut, from San Francisco;
Lurline. from San Francisco; Providencla,
from Santa Rosalia.
Sailed Steamers Dakar Maru, for Yo
kohama and way ports; Lurline, for Hon
olulu and way ports.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 27. Arrived
Steamers Swiftwlnd, from Portland; At
las, from Coos bay; Wilhelmina, from
Honolulu; Tenyo Maru, from Hongkong;
Author, from Liverpool.
Departed Transport Buford, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 27. Arrived
Wt. Price. 1 Wt. Price.
6 steers. 1333 $ 3 S0 3 calves. 140 $ 9.50
Gcows.. 993 4 oU! Ibull... 940 2.00
lU-calves 157 9 U0l3buUs.. ooU 4.50
2 hogs.. 125 12.75i 5 hogs. . 144 12.75
2 hogs.. 1U5 12 75ill hogs. . itiO 13.00
tt hogs. . 125 12.75i 3 hogs.. 2Utf 12.75
10 hogs.. 1U0 13 001 1 hon... 3UO 10. OU
lhog... 490 9 (H) 5 hugs. . 1&0 12.75
ft hogs.. 198 12.50t 3 hogs.. 10 12.75
4 hogs.. 202 12.501 2 hogs.. 3.0 900
4 hogs.. loS 13001 lhog... 700 7.00
lhog... lttO 10 001 5 hogs.. 254 12 .75
32,steers. 900 4.251 2 hogs.. 325 U.00
4 steers. 11U5 5.001 7 hogs.. 14U 12.75
4 steers. 1022 Q SOi 1 hug . . . 550 8.50
4 steers. 1105 5.251 lhog... 3U0 12.25
27 stbera. 1125 4.85; 15 iambs. 77 5.50
5 steers. 1052 ft. 50 29 lambs. 86 5.75
3 steers. 896 6 OUlHS lambs. 79 5.50
35 cows.. 873 3.25.93 lambs. 75 5.50
21 cows.. 810 3-25. lO lambs. 79 5.50
1 cow. . . 970 1.5017 lambs. 80 5.50
1 cow. . . 1070 4.00:109 iambs 79 5.75
leuw... 1100 3.5Oi205 lambs 70 6.00
14 cows. . 1U11 4.25,10 lambs4 87 (i OO
3 cows. . 1130 2.75il8 Iambs. 71 4.00
3 cows.; 903 1.50IL29 lambs 82 5.5
lcow... 1140 2 501 6 lumbj. 84 5.00
lcow... 1100 3-OOI lewe... 160 1.50
lcow... 1130 2.00i Oewes.. 136 2.0O
lcow... 1060 3.00 4 year!. 1U0 4.00
3 cows.. 893 l.oOi 13 yearl. 108 4.00
2 cows.. 955 4.00, 1 buck. . . 140 1.50
lcow... 900 2.501 Ibuck... 210 2.00
6 cows.. 976 8.5o:i4 mixed. 132 1.50
Icalf.. 220 9.50,10 mixed. 175 1.75
Oiiicial quotations at the Portland Union
stockyards today are as follows
Choice steers $ 6.00 6 50
Medium to choice steers 5. SO 8.00
fair to medium steers 4. tots' o.oo
Common to fair s Veers ?.
Choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows, heifers.
Fair to medium cows, heifers.
Canners . . .
4.25U 4. id
3.00 49 4.00
2.25 4 3.00
Choice dairy calves 10.5ua; ll.OO
Prime light calves 10.004 10.50
Medium to light calves 7.00(10.00
Heavy calves 5.50 7.00
Prime light 12.00 12.75
Smooth havy, 250&300 lbs... lu.uu&M.uo
Rough heavy 6.00 ( lo.OO
Fat pigs 12.oo(12.50
Feeder pigs 11.00 (tf 12tlW
Stags (subject to brokerage).. 5.00 to 8.09
East ot mountain lambs 6.00 6.50
Btst valley lambs 5.O0OJ 6.00
Pair to good 5.00 5.50
Cull lambs 4.uu 5.00
Feeder lambs 2.oOl 4.uu
Light yearlings 3.50fc) 4,25
Heavy yearlings S.OOfct 3.50
Light wethers 3.00t 3.5U
Heavy wethers 2.00&- 3.09
Ewes l.uuttf o-OU
Kansas City Livestock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 27. (U. S.
Bureau of Markets.) Cattle, 10,000; beef
steers and yearlings steady to 25c higher;
best heavy steers. $9.25 ; several loads dry-
ed. 58. (Oto9.1i; Texas. iJ.bowi.U; best
Kansas grassers. S7.50& 7-80 ; ten head
yearlings. 110; top otherwise, $9.50; fat
sne stock active, fully steady: good and
choice cows, $5.25i!5.75; common and me
dium mostly, $3.504.25; good heifers.
96.35 6p .40: canners strong; bulk, $2.2o
50; best calves strong; others steady to
weak; top vealers, 48.25: other classes
steady; medium Quality feeders. $ 0.25 6s
6.50; most stockers, 55 i 5.50; good kinds.
Hogs 4300 - open stow mostly 25 35c
nigner; close active mostly 4Uc higher
spots more; lights and mediums to pack'
era and snippers, $10; prime 375-pound
averages, siu.iu; mixed loads, $10.50
10.90; bulk of sales, $10,506)11.
neep duuu. Killing classes. 2o t 50c low
er; best ewes, $5; wethers, $5.b0; native
uimos, tu.iu; Arizona, x;.rtO.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. July 27. (United States bo
reau of markets. ) Cattle Receipts, 8000
beef steers steady, strong ; top yearlings,
$10; bulk fat steers, $7.5009.25; fat she
stock, steady; bulk, $4. 50 & 6.75; cannera
and cutters largely $2. 75 3 73; bulls,
steady; bulk, $5g.0.25; calves, steady, bulk
vealers, $1010.75; stockers and feeders,
steady to strong.
Hogs Receipts, 14.000; mostly 15c to
5c higher than yesterday's average; bet
ter grades active; others slow; top, $J1.50;
bulk better grades, $10.5011.40; bulk
packing sows, $9. 409. 75; pigs, 10c to 15c
Sheep Receipts. 13.000, sheep and na
tive lambs about steady; no westerns here;
native lambs, top, to shippers and city
butchers, $ 10 ; packer top, early, $9.50 ;
best native yearlings. $8; four loads good
Montana wethers $6.a0, with 100 out; bulk
fat ewes, $3.504.75.
DAIXY METEOROLOGICAI, REPORT.
PORTLAND, July 27. Highest temper
ature, 80 degrees; lowest. 56. River read
ing. 8 A. M.. 8.4 feet; change in last 24
hours. O.l-root rail, rotai rainiau to t . ai.
5 P. M . none: total since September 1,
45.95 inches; normal, 44.44 inches; excess,
1 51 inches. Sunrise. 4:47 A. M. : sunset.
7:47 P. M. Total sunshine, 9 hours and 50
minutes: nassible sunshine. 15 hours. Moon-
rise, 11:56 P. M. Thursday; moonset, 1:39
P. M. Thursday. Barometer ( reduced to
sea level), 5 P. M., 30.09 Inches. Relative
humidity; 5 A. M., K3 per cent; noon, 60
per cent; ft P. M.. 36 per cent,
Chicago . . . . i
Des Moines. .
Galveston .. .
82, U .00
621 86:0. 00 20.SE
781 B4.0.u!. i w
501 54 0.00). .NW
. ,,NW, Clear
. . NWiClear
8C0.OO ..SE .Clear
54 78 O.OO . . NE Pt. cloudy
50 t56 0.6S . . iSE Rain
Kansas City. 74j 940. 02:14 SW ,Ratn
Ufarahfleld -.1 Sot 66 0 . 001 . . !N W'Clear
Los Angeles. 1 (N'U.uh . .,aw jr-i. ciouay
Ryder Hanify. ..
Swlftlight... . . .
West Cayote. . . .
West Nivaria . . .
Rakuyo Maru. . .
West Honaker. .
. . . -St. Helens.
. . . Irving dock.
. . . -Terminal No. 4.
...Terminal No. 1.
. Terminal No. 4.
.. . Globe mills.
. . . .Wauna.
. . . .Prescott.
. . . . Columbia dock.
West Oregon mill.
. . . .Terminal No. 1.
. . . -Westport.
...Port. Flour mills.
School Indebtedness -Reduced.
VANCOUVER, Wash., July 27.
(Special.) A decrease of $11,899.41
in .indebtedness for the fiscal year
ending July 1 from last year for
Vancouver school district No. 37 was
announced today by Charles Hall,
member of the city school board. Tne
total indebtedness in bonds and war
rants is $242,SS8.40 and the total cash
on hand, $18,517.66, leaving: a total net
indebtedness of $224,370.7.
New York. ..
Pocatello . . .
Portland . . .
San Diego. .
Tatoosh . . .
Yakima . .
70 82 0.1212. NW
76, 90 0.00i . . SE
72 900. 00. 36 SW
52 58.0.00 24N
74) 9S O.lHj. .IE
56: 88 0.001. . 'SW
80 0.00:10 NW
86 O.OOtlO N
96 0.001. . s
90 0.OOI12 N
641 72,0.00). . SW
50 64 0.0O;12,W
, . . 72 -H.lHf
42it60 0.00 j
60 90 0.0O
72 94 0.00
621 80 -O.OO
12 S Cloudy
. . SW (Cloudy
. . SW -Clear
.. SW Clear
N Pt. cloudy
54 92 O.OO'. .;XW,Clear
today; tP M. report of preced
v NEW THROUGH
ZZ Paasevjter and Freight Service f
1 SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES & SAN DIEGO 1
EE SS. Senator, Monday, August 1, 10 A. M.
j SS. Admiral Evans, Friday, August 5, 9 P. M. H
REGULAR SAILINGS EVUKY KKIDAV THHKHAKTUH E
Local Passenger and Ff eight Service
belwrrn Portland and
MARSH FIELD, ElltKKA AM) SAN FRANCISCO
SS. Curacao, Aug. 5, 9 P. M. E
SS. Curacao, Aug. 19, 9 P. M.
SAILINGS EVERY 14 UAVS THEREAFTER Sj
Trans-Pacific Services 1
Between Portland and Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Honar Koac
ZZ Manila, Dairea and Vladivostok; relent Only)
SS. Pawlet, August 11 SS. Coaxet, September 6
SS. Montague, October 2 j
BetvreB Paget Sound and Yokohama, Kobe. Shanghai, Hons Kens,
Manila (Freight and Paaaengera) ZZ
and Dnlren, Vladivostok. Singapore iKreleht Only)
SS. Keystone State, August 6 SS. Silver State, E
September 17 SS. Keystone State, October 15
Frel;ht Only Kr.lg;at and Paairocrn
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101 Third Street Phone Main 8281 E
in fcy Water
Announce New Service Between PORTLAND, OR, and SEATTLE,
Effective at once, we will accept freight for shipment
on our b t e a m e r s -from PORTLAND to SEATTLE
DIRECT SAILINGS FROM PORTLAND TO NEW IORK,
S; S. WILLHILO, Loading Date About August 5
FOR RATES AND SPACE APPLY TO
A. C. CALLAN, General Agent, Phones JBroadway 1433
414 Oregon Building. PORTLAND. OR. iBroadway 1434
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. July 27. (United States bureau
of markets.) Hogs Receipts. 6500; bet
ter grades active. 25c to 35c nig-her; bulK,
S.7uttI0 50; top. ll85; packing grades
slow. 10c to 25c higher; bulk, t 10&8.50.
Cattle Receipts, auou; beef steers steady
to 15c higher; top yearlings. $9.65; she
stock and grassers steady to weak; others
strong; bulls and veals strong to higher;
stockers and feeders steady.
Sheep Receipts, 8000: lambs mostly 25c
DIRECT FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
KEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE. SAVANNAH AND
JIOHILL;. VIA PANAMA CANAL.
r'.fw Hoirr 7-20
M. rt. t;rove.. 8-3
iWmI Haven......... 8-13
Liberator. . .......
Calls at Astoria.
tCalls at Savannah.
iCalla at Mobile.
From Bait. 1'hMa. V.
Liberator 7-28 7-23 7-18
Chan H. Cramp. 8-15 8-5 8-2
Cape Koniain... 8-30 8-20 8-15
FOR RATES AND SPACE APPLY TO
ATLANTIC, GULF & PACIFIC S. S. C0RFN.
C. R. SHERIDAN. GEN. AGT.
702 Title 3t Trust Bide.. Portland, Or. Pbone Broadway 458
lower; early top westerns, 9.90; sheep
firm; feeders steady; feeding lambs.
Seattle Llvextork Market.
O U" . "T"T I W Till. OT U.. I . .
ceipts. none. .Prime, 912.2512.75; smooth'
heavies,. s.ouca.iu; rough heavies, I8 60
J7 5; pigs. IU&1U.5U.
Cattle weak. Receipts 56; unchanged.
SAVANNAH. Ga., July 27. Turpentine.
firm, SlH; sales. 100 barrels; receipts,
662 barrels; shipments, 101 barrels; stock.
Rosin, firm: sales. 1042 barrels; receipts,
103 barrels; shipments, 1818 barrels; stock.
91,067 barrels. Quote: B, D, E. F, J3.60;
U. 3.653.70: H, $3.75; I. J3 SO; K, $4.
M, J4 .o; rs, nuvt w; wg, f 5.2003.30;
Prices Firm at Wool Auction.
LONDON. July 27. The wool auction
sales closed today with offerings of 11.2U7
bales. Bidding was active and prices were
firm. New South Wales greasy sold at 2a
M (Regular service between Portland, Maine; Philadelphia. Boston and Los
131 Angeles. San Francisco. Portland. Oregon; Seattle and Tacoma via the Pan
til ama canal.) North Atlantic and Western S. S. Co. s 8800-ton steel vessels.
New York Hop Market.
NEW YORK, July 27. Hops, firm; state,
191U, 15617c; Pacific coast, 1919, 17&19c.
Dried Fruit at Sew York.
NEW YORK. July 27. Evaporated ap
ples, scarce; prunes, quiet;, peaches, quiet.
f.4 S. S.
M 1 s' s'
S. S. West Isleta. .
burLugf ield .
Portland, Me. Boston.
S. S. West Keen Aug. 13 Aug. 13
IS. S. Yalza Aug. 28 Kept. 1
S. S. Went Isleta. Sept. 12 Sept. 13
101 Third Street
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Sanitarium to Be Dedicated.
ABERDEEN", Wash., July 27.
(Special.) The programme for the
dedication oi the Grays Harbor tuber-
Portland and vicinity Fair, northwest
Oregon and Washington Fair, moderate
14th and AVashlnsrtoa Htm,
New Mana? men to
Transient and Permanent. '
Steamer Georlana SVb our?
Astoria, daily (except Friday), 8 A. M.
NiKht boat daily. 7:30 o'clock.
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j .- o.an T f
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