14 TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY. APRIL 11, 1922 OFFICIALS GUE5T5 m 0 Port Authorities Are Enter tained at Luncheon. T. OCHIAI IS SPEAKER Assistant Manager of Suzuki . Co., Reveals Desire to Boost for Harbors. Aboard the Japanese steamer Port land Maru yesterday a luncheon was given by Suzuki & Co., agents for tne "K" line, for the entertainment o port officials that they might make a close Inspection or the vessel as type of modern freighter and which is to be continued in the service of the fleet. The "K" line recently in augurated a regular schedule between this city and Japanese ports, and the first berth steamer was the Tamatsu Maru. which 's loading the last of her cargo- for the initial voyage. T. Ochiai, assistant manager of Suzuki & Co.'s Portland branch, acted as host, and guests included John H. Burgard, chairman, with Ira F. Pow ers and A. H. Averill of the commis sion of public docks; Phil Metschan J. D. Kenworthy and H. A. Sargent of the Port of Portland commission H. T. Hudson, traffic manager of the . bureau maintained by the two com missions, and Gun C. Moser, of counsel for the Port of Portland. In view of the limited din'ng quarters aboard the vessel arrangements were made so that other nvembers of the two bodies will be entertained aboard at luncheon today. Guests Are Welcomed. In welcoming the guests Mr. Ochiai said: It is our great pleasure that we have a steamer in "K" line called by the same name as this port. Xo doubt the name of Portland Maru was given her to celebrate and to assume herself the same activity and fortune as this pert is now enjoying. Sug gested by Mr. Hudson, of the Port of Portland, :t has been our long de sire to call our friends of this city to tho boat to boost for the port as well as the steamer. "The Portland Maru arrived several days ago and I am very much pleased to have such prominent guests as are assembled here today on board the steamer. I think this port may be called ihe mother of the Portland Maru and I do hope that all of you like this steamer so that she may come back to you as often as possible. The luncheon we are giving you may not be as delicious as you have in your homo, but I hope you take the lunch with the same feeling as if you are taking it with your child who has returned from a long trip all over the world, it may be better. I thank you." Trade Relations Discussed. Other than the host's remarks, there was little formality, those present discussing at length trade conditions and prospects between the two coun tries, the size of the "K" line fleet, said to be one of the largest, if not the largest, under one flag on the globe, and what was intended in the future. Besides abundant tonnage for gen eral cargo purposes, as was evidenced last year, when a total of approxi mately 70 ships came here from that fleet, the line has vessels equipped with passenger accommodations), and the addition of those carriers may be among other steps soon to be realized. The attitude of the "K" line man agement, it was explained, is to re gard Portland as its most important connection on the Pacific side and New York is so classified on the east coast. The operation of tramp vessels to Portland preceded the establish ment of the regular line and the ex pansion of the latter is held to depend solely on trade development. BO' IS BORX IX OPEN AIR Dock Commission's Traffic Clerk Father of Out-Door Baby. Charles Edwin McCarl. 2 days old, whose father, M. D. McCarl, is traffic clerk for the commission of public docks, came into the world at pre cisely 2:03 o'clock Sunday morning out in the cold, with no roof over his head. He was born in a stretcher at the portal of the Wilcox Memorial hospital, as Mrs. McCarl was being carried from an automobile into the institution. The family home is at Metzger and Mrs. McCarl had left there at 1:30 o'clock, the 10 miles being made with out loss of time.. Information having been sent in advance, two nurses were waiting atjthe door. As the baby was born about mid way between the automobile and doorway of the hospital, he is rated a genuine open-air infant. OCK RATES TO BE AMEADED Commission Will Modify Tariffs on Trans-Pacific Cargoes. For the purpose of passing an or dinance for an amended tariff of charges at municipal terminals, the commission of public docks will hold a special session at 11:30 o'clock to day. The most important changes are those having to do with the ab sorption of charges on trans-Pacific freight, transcontinental and that originating locally. In addition there will be included a few new commodity rates, and changes in regulations governing the receipt, storage and loading of cargo at the terminals. The commission has given considerable attention to the absorptions, being aided by trans continental rail lines as to reship ments and concessions in handling and wharfage costs on business orig inating locally for trans-Pacific ship ment. 3Ietliot Takes. Hanawa. Captain John D. Methot, skipper of the steamer Las Vegas, operated by the Columbia Pacific Shipping com pany in the Portland-oriental trade, but ordered out of commission on her arrival April 2, is to sail in command of the steamer Hanawa, which is scheduled to depart April 17 for the usurU lar eastern ports. The steamer AVest Keats of the same line is due from the other side Saturday and her eailing has been set for May 17. She is bringing a fair amount of cargo for Portland delivery. The Hanawa has been working lumber at Columbia City for a few days and returns to the harbor today to load at terminal No. 1. Derrick Raises Boats. New use has been found for the powerful "stiff leg" derrick on the dock of the former Northwest Steel company, installed during the war for lifting machinery and heavy loads aboard new vessels, and that is rais- STEAMER POKTLA ing some of the smaller river vessels for repairs to propellers and the like. The tug Cruiser and steamer Hard tack were lifted Saturday,, both being raised to permit men working from a float to unship the propellers and overhaul stern bearings. . CITY OF RANGOON DUE TODAY Vessel Delayed on Puget Sound Handling Cargo. After being- detained on Puget sound in handling cargo, the steamer City of Rangoon, looked for here yesterday, is due today and will work cargo at the North Bank dock from Europe. Included in her consign ments are 50,000 firebricks and 200 I drums of linseed oil. The vessel takes lumber, canned goods and wheat at Portland for the return to Europe, taking on additional lumber at Astoria. , Norton. Lilly & Co., agents for the vessel, which is in Ellerman's Wilson line, will also have the steamer Steel Voyager here the last of the week to take on abeut 1000 tons of cargo for the east coast. She will be followed Monday by the Steel Ranger, which will load considerable cargo, includ ing lumber, for the Atlantic coast. SERVICE HERE 'TO STOP ADMIRAL LINE TO WITHDRAW FROM PORTLAND. Admiral Rodman, Due to Sail April 19, Will Be Fitted at Se attle for Alaskan Trade. With the departure of the steamer Admiral Rodman from Portland for San Francisco via Coos and Humboldt bays April 19, the Admiral line will withdraw from the service so far as Portland figures. The steamer de parts from San Francisco April 26 and calls in Humboldt and Coos bays, but continues on to Seattle, there to be prepared ' to re-enter the Alaskan trade Advices respecting the termination of service yesterday' reached F. N. Bush,' general agent for the fleet. The change" leaves the line with the steam ers Senator and Admiral Evans oper ating in the Portland-San Francisco- Los Angeles-San Diego service. Seat tle advices are to the effect it has been decided to withdraw the Admiral Evans and place her in the Alaska service, the Admiral Farragut Deing assigned to operate from here with the Senator. The Admiral line had the steamer City of Topeka on the route from Portland via coast ports to San Fran cisco until December, 1920, ' and she was relieved by the steamer Curacao, which continued on the run until the Admiral Rodman was assigned Jan uary IS, 1221. The 14-day schedule kept the vessel moving and consider able passenger and cargo business was handled, but with the necessity for tonnage to meet the Alaska de mands, the coming season being ex pected to draw many travelers north again, it was decided to give up the run. As far as through California business is concerned, the Senator and Admiral Farragut can care for that, while other lines from San Francisco will no doubt continue to serve Eu reka and Marshfieid, leaving only the Portland-Coos Bay route without service. RATE CONFERENCE TODAY STEAMSHIP OPERATORS OF COAST TO 31EET ifERE. Termination of Rate War to Be Sought; AV. I. Benson of Se attle to Submit Flans. Steamship operators of the coast began to assemble yesterday in readi ness for a conrerence that opens at 0 o'clock this morning at the Mult nomah hotel. The meeting has for its bject the reorganization of the trans- Pacific conference with the expec tation of terminating the rate war. W. D. Benson, vice-president of Frank Waterhouse & Co., is to be here from Seattle and as he is cred- ted with having taken a leading part arranging the meeting, it is be- ieved he has formulated plans to stop ariff slashing which he will place before the delegates. Captain Rob- rt Dollar of the Dollar inter- sts, and Merrill Robinson, man ager of the, (Kobert Dollar com pany at Seattle, with Arthur Ca hill, manager for Sudden & Chris- enson, wore early arrivals yesterday nd the California delegation will be n hand this morning; also others from Puget sound. Just how far Portland operators will go as regards the conference is a question. The shipping board is not looked for in the ring at present and the Columbia-Pacific Shipping com pany, as he operator of shipping board tonr.age in the trans-Pacific trade, may assume the role of a listener. However, whatever the re sult, shipping men agree that there will be various angles discussed, and it is hoped tik peaceful and early end will be worked out in the rate dis turbance. GINYO MARU SAULS TONIGHT Japanese Steamer on First Voyage to Portland. In the service of the Toyo Klsen Kalsha line, the Japanese steamer Ginyo Maru is to sail from San Fran cisco for Portland tonight and will be in port Friday, bringing some cargo, but billed to wprk about 6000 tons for west coast destinations. The ves sel is reported having a number of passengers aboard and more will join her; here for the trip south. The Ginyo Maru steamed direct , from Japan to San Francisco so as- to dis charge cargo that the lot awaiting her at Portland might be accommo dated. She is a, new ship and Is on her first voyage to Portland, though she made a previous trip to the coast. On the voyage south she will pass San Francisco, calling at San Pedro, and on the return Is to call here en route back to Japan. 1 CARGO THEFT TO EE PROBED Jead of Shipping Board Reports Investigation Under Aay. The United States shipping board has asked congress that an appropria tion be made to the department of commerce to permit a study of pack ing conditions so that non-delivery and loss by theft may be avoided in handling exports, according to a let ter received yesterday by Frank Ira White of the foreign trade depart ment of the Portland Chamber of Commerce from A. D. Lasker, chair man of the shipping board. Some time ago Mr., Lasker sought information from the local Chamber regarding troubles exporters experi enced through pilfering of cargoes and non-deliveries. Mr. White re ported information that he was able to gather and Mr. Lasker replied that an appropriation had been asked and that a survey of conditions was under way. Marine Xotes. Due to the steamer Wenona having been lifted on drydock for replanking- of her hull, the Pfcrt of Portland has placed the tUK Wallula in commission with the we nona's crew. The latter Is hauling fuel barees to and from dredges, towing schoon ers and such work while the tug John McCraken is towing rock barges from Fisher's landing to dike work at Morgan's. The launch Astoria is running as a freight and mail packet these days, taking ' that much of the duties of the Wenona. The motor ship Babinda. bringing ce ment and other cargo from California harbors, is due today and will discharge all of her shipment at Terminal No. 2. The steamer Northwestern, formerly the Grahamona, which the Pacific Telephdne & Telegraph company is utilizing on the middle Columbia river, carrying men and material for the replacement of telephone property, is exDected to nroceea into mo Snake river region in connection with the work. She Is reported to have been leaseu until -eDruary. i23. and because oi imi the steamboat contingent expects to see little of her on th Willamette this sea son. Captain Clyde Kaabe is master of the vessel. On the steamers Florence and Edgar F. L-uckenbach, the former a late arrival last night from the gulf and the latter due today from the usual Atlantic ports, are about 1100 tons of cargo. The Japanese steamer Holland Maru, cominar from Kobe. Is due in the rive? today. She Is unaer charter to Kerr, Gif ford & Co. to load a cereal cargo for the tnited Klncdom. The Japanese steamer Yeifuku Maru, which was recently added to the Gray-Rosenbaum fleet, is expected in a day or two from Muroran. She will work grain for Europe also. The steamer American, loading for the Atlantic side. Is to shift this morning from the Harvey dock to the plant of the St. Ljohns Lumber company. The Swedish motor ship Valparaiso is due here today from Europe and after dischareinsr carsro will continue on to Puget sound, being scheduled to return to Portland a week from tomorrow to load grain for the United Kinedom in the in terest of Balfour, Guthrie & Co. San Francisco advices have it that J. B. Morris, first known here as chief engi neer of the Rose City and later of the Great Northern on the Flavel-San Fran cisco route, taking up duties as installing engineer for the shipping board during thi war, is chief" engineer of the big combina tion passenger and freight steamer Em- pire State, plying between San Francisco and the orient. The vessel arrived on this side last week with a new record for speed. having made an average of 18.3 knots an hour. The Norwegian steamer Hanna Nellsen, loading for Chinese ports. Is to shift todai from the Eastern & Western mill to the West Oregon plant. The steamer John C. Klrkpatrick, an ar. rival of yesterday from San Francisco, berthed at the Peninsula mill to start her return cargo. The tank steamer William F. Herrin, which arrived Sunday, finished unloading her oil consignments so as to get away from the harbor on the return to San Francisco at 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing. The tank steamer Captain A. F. Lucas followed at midnight for the south The Danish steamer Kina, laden with wheat lumber and other commodities for London, HulL Hamburg and Copenhagen, sailed last night. She reached the har bor March 6. The Norwegian steamer Unlta, sailing in the American-Asiatic company's line, came into the river Sunday from Coo bay to finish working lumber for China, going to a berth at Wauna, She took the last of the material aboard so as to get under way for sea early yesterday. The gasoline schooner Roamer, plying between Portland and coast harbors, in cluding Newport, Waldport and Siletz, was ordered laid up for an overhauling on he arrival Sunday. The work will include considerable labor on her machinery. The schooner E. L. Smith, which received an overhauling recently at the plant of the Portland Shipbuilding company, will cover the route while the Roamer is out of com mission. The Oregon-Pacific company is agent for the vessels. The steamer Annette Rolph, of the Mc Cormick line, reported yesterday from .Sac Francisco. Pacific Coast Shipping Xotes. ASTORIA, Or., April lO.(SpeciaL) The steam schooner Daisy, after discharg ing freight here, Shifted today to Knapp ton, where she will load lumber. After discharging fuel oil in Portland the tank steamer William F. Herrin sailed at 6 o'clock tonight for California. The steamer Florence Luckenbach ar rived at 5:35 tonight from the Atlantic seaboard via San Francisco, en route to Portland. The steamer Edgar Luckenbach of the same line waa due Here tonight. ' The coast guard cutter Snohomish sailed this morning to cruise along the coast to prevent poaching for seals, but returned later in the day. She is expected to sail again tomorrow. After taking on lumber at Westport and 'bunker coal at the port terminals, the Norwegian steamer Unlta sailed at 10 o'clock today for the orient. The steam schooner Annette Rolph ar rived at 6:30 this morning from San Fran cisco with freight and went to Portland. After discharging fuel oil in Portland, the tank steamer La Purisima sailed at 8:30 last night for California. The steam schooner Anne Hanify shifted during the night from up-river points to Westport, where she will complete her cargo of lumber. ' The Norwegian steamer Hektor will be due tomorrow from the orient and will discharge freight and passengers here be fore proceeding to the lnman-Poulsen mill to load lumber. The schooner Edw. R. West, lumber laden from Portland for South Afriea, is waiting for better weaxner coneitions be fore sailing. The British motorship Loch Katrine, with freight from Portland and Astoria, sailed at 10:30 this morning for Europe, via Puget sound. The steam schooner John G. Kirkpatrick: arrived at 7:50 this morning from San Port Calendar. To Arrive at Portland. Vessel From Date Ed F. Luckenbach. . New York Apr. 11 Montana Kurope Apr. 11 City of Rangoon. , . . Europe Apr. 11 Rose City 3an Fran Apr. 11 Ginyo Maru. Japan Apr. 18 Dakotan New York Apr. 14 Admiral Evans 5an Diego Apr. 14 Felix Taussig New York , Apr. 15 Sydic Australia Apr." 15 Narenta Europe Apr. 35 Kinderdijk Europe Apr. 15 Celilo San Fran. Apr. 17 West Keats Orient . . . . . Apr. 17 Depere Puget sound Apr. Ii0 Cape Remain New York Apr. 25 Dinteldijk Kurope May 5 Henry S. Grove New York May 6 Cardiganshire Europe May 20 To Depart From Portland. Vessel For Date. Tamatsu Maru .Orient .Apr. 11 Belgium Maru Orient Apr. 11 Flo. Luckenbach. . . -New York Apr. 12 Ed. Luckenbach. . .'. New York Apr. 12 Montana Europe Apr. 14 City of Rangoon. . . Europe .Apr; 12 Rose City isan ran Apr. 14 Admiral Evans San Diego Apr. 15 Hannawa Orient ....... ..Apr. 17 Sydic. Australia ... Apr. 20 Ginyo Maru S. America . . . .Apr. 21 Celilo San, Fran Apr. 21 Admiral Rodman. . . S. F.and way . .Apr. 21 Senator San Diego Apr. 22 Depere West coast . -. . .Apr. 22 Cape Romain New York Apr. 27 Henry S. Grove New York May 8 Vessels in Port. Vessel Berth American St. Johns Lbr. Annette Rolnh Couch street Akutan. . .Goble Anson S. Brooks Yuppie's. Anne Hanify West Oregon. Belgium Maru Inman-Poulsen's. Berlin North Bank. Dauntless JV. P. L. Co. Edward R. West Astoria. Egeria. Mill street. Ecola .Vancouver. Florence Luckenbach .Terminal No. 1. Hannawa Terminal No. 1. Hanna Nielson Eastern and Western. . John C. Kirkpatrick. .Peninsula Lbr. Co. John W. Wells Drydock. Kaian Maru lerminal No. 4. Kureha Maru Terminal No. 4. K. V. Kruse Astoria. Levi G. Burgess American Can Co. Levi W. Ostrander. . . .Astoria. LasVegas . St. Johns. Montague .St. Johns. Patsy. .Astoria. Port Said Maru Inman-Poulsen. Portland Maru Harvey dock. .Shinkoku Maru Westport. St. .Nicholas Astoria. Tamatsu Maru Terminal No. 4. Thistle Peninsula mill. Trans-Pacific, Mail. CIosinK' time for the trans-Pacific mails at the Portland main postoffice is aa fol lows (one hour earlier at station G, 282 Oak street) : For China, Japan and Philippines, 11:30 P. M., April 14, per steamer Silver State, from Seattle. For China, Japan and Philippines, 11:30 P. M., April 10, per steamer Empress of Asia, from Seattle. 4 . For Hawaii, 7:45 P. M., April 11,' per steamer Shinyo Maru, from San Francisco Francisco and went to Portland to load lumber. The Bteam schooners Flavel and Santlam were due tonight from San Pedro to load lumber at the Hammond mill. , The steamer Belgium Maru shifted to the Hammond mill this afternoon and the Tamatsu Maru will shift there next Thursday to load lumber for the orient. TACOMA, Wash., April 10. The first of several big steamers to load for Europe put in an appearance here today and si arted Tacoma's export trade for the week in a very satisfactory shape. Other vessels destined to load for England are listed to arrive within the next few days. The Dakotan was an arrival early this morning from Europe and way ports. The Dakotan, after discharging and loading some general freight at the Baker dock, shifted to the Milwaukee elevator to load and tomorrow will finish at the Sperry mills. The motor ship Siam, which arrived last night, will load cargo at the Puget Sound Flouring mills for Europe. The Siam had 500 tons of nitrates to discharge at DuPont, after which the vessel will shift here to take cargo. The Steel Scientist, now loading lumber and other cargo here. Is to sail Wednes day night or Thursday for London, Liver pool and Glasgow. This vessel will have about 2,000,000 feet of lumber out from here. The Narenta, of the Royal Maile line. Is listed for tomorrow morning loading at the Balfour dock, while the Loch Katrine, new motor ship, of this line, Is expected this week to take up European freight. In March 114 deep-sea vessels arrived at Tacoma with a tonnage of 285,276 tons, the report of Harbormaster W. G. Row land shows. With ore from Alaska ports, the La Touche, of the Alaska Steamship com pany line, arrived at the Tacoma smelter this morning. The vessel wilf be hera three days discharging her freight. The Juneau, of this line, was scheduled to sail for Alaska late tonight or Tuesday morning. After discharging freight at Tacoma, the Hawaii Maru, of the Osaka Shosen Kaisha line, shifted to Vancouver, B. C, tonight and will return the latter part of the week-to load here. . VANCOUVER, B. C, April 10. The auxiliary schooner Lady Mine is detained in this port on account of three claims which are "plastered" against her for customs, bills and wage's. No steps have yet been made by the owners to release the vessel, It Is said, and there is "a pos sibility she will go under the hammer to satisfy claims. The fast steel steamer Lady Evelyn of the Howe Sound Navigation company was taken to the Wallace yards at North Vancouver today for conversion into a passenger vessel. The work will cost ap proximately $1 8.000 and will be finished in time to permit the vessel making her first run by May 24. An historic craft docked hre today as a result of having been damaged in a collision with the rocks of Jimjack island. up the coast. This is the tug Esdud of the Gulf of George Towing company. She Is a former Railing ship and is splendidly built, according to the workmen who are now carrying out her repairs. She has hardwood keel and solid oak plank ings. She was constructed in 1883 at Gloucester, Mass. She was purchased dur ing the gold rush to the Klondike by a party of Argonauts from the eastern states and sailed to this coast. Arriving here her skipper died and the rest of the party deserted her. VICTORIA, B. C, April 10. Before sun down tomorrow the Admiral liner Pine Tree State is expected to reach quarantine at William Head, completing her inward voyage from the far east. At 8 o'clock last night the Pine Tree State was 770 miles out from Seattle. She has 121 saloon passengers and 1-W5 In the steerage, as well as 5000 tons of freight In her holds. The liner is seeking to lower the American record for the trans-Pacific trip now held by the liner Silver State. GRAYS HARBOR. Wash., April 10. (Special.) The steamer Helena arrived from San Francisco early this morning and loading at the Aberdeen Lumber & Shingle mill. m The motorship William Donovan ar rived from San Pedro at 10 o'clock today and is loading at the Donovan mill:' The steamer Hokushika Maru arrived from Japan at noon today and is loading at the Grays Harbor mill, Hoquiam. The steamer Frank D. Stout, which ar rived late Saturday from San Francisco, Is at the Wilson mill, Aberdeen. The steamer Daisy Gadsby, from San Francisco late Sunday afternoon, berthed today at the Grays Harbor mill, Hoquiam. The steamer .Hoquiam, from Portland, is at the Donovan mill, Aberdeen. The tug Tatoosh, which will replace the Cudahy here while the latter is under going repairs, arrived Sunday afternoon. Departures today were: Steamer Han- ley, for Seattle from Hoquiam Lumber & Shingle company; M una ires, for New York from the Donovan mill, Aberdeen; Svea, for San Pedro, from the Wilson mill, Aberdeen; Edna Christenson, for San Pedro, from the National mill, Hoquiam ; Carlos, from the Donqvan mill, Aberdeen, for San Pedro; Oregon, from the Donovan mill, for San Pedro. ( COOS BAY. Or" April 10. (Special.) The gasoline schooner Trimp arrived last night from Rogue River light, crossing the bar at 7. The tug Samson and barge Washougal, in port from the south since April 5, sailed this morning at 7:40 for the Umpqua river, where the barge will be laden with lumber at the Wmcnester Bay Lumber company dock.. Tire steamer Johanna Smith was due in port this evening from San Francisco. Several mariners have expressed the opinion here recently that a flash buoy at Charleston bay would aid navigation. The steamer C. A. Smith will not de part for the south until tomorrow. Arriving from Portland this morning at 6:15 the steamer Admiral Rodman brought freight and passengers. A num ber of passengers boarded her here for San Francisco and Eureka, but she will not sail tonight. SAN PEDRO, Ca!., April 10. Adverse winds at sea, together with delays at northern ports, held back nine freighters due here today. As there were ten large vessels unloading, harbor officials said the delay saved considerable congestion. 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Even little children may share in the delights of a hot cup of Postum with any meal. Whether or not the thein in tea or the caffeine in coffee has begun to serve warnings on you, you can profit by the experience of others and by the information which any doctor can give you and find charm without harm in Postum. Suppose you make the test for ten days, with well-made Postum, and compare the "feel" with your former experience with tea and coffee. Your grocer sells both forms of Postum: Instant Postum (in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boil ing water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling for 20 minutes. Postum for Health " There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc.. Battle Creek, Michigan Harbor with 900,000 reet of lumber; steamer Georgina Rolph from Portland via San Francisco, with roll print paper; steamer Fred Baxter from Vancouver, B. C, with 1,250,000 feet of poles, and steamer G. C. Lindauer from Coos Bay, with 500,000 feet of lumber. The steamer Yale, on her regular sailing for San Francisco today, carried one of the largest pa ssenger lists on this run since the Christmas holidays. Other sailings included the tanker Yorba Linda for Everett, with oil; tanker La Pabra for Yokohama, with oil: steamer Brush for Seattle via San Francisco, with freight ; steamer San Diego for Tacoma, in ballast for lumber; Harry Luckenbach for Portland and Seattle via San Francisco, with freight; steamer Pacific for Tacoma, In ballast for lumber, and steamer Grays Harbor for Willapa Harbor, in ballast for lumber. SEATTLE, Wash., April 10. Captain John Griffith, formerly commander oi the steamship Admiral Farragut In the re cently abandoned Mexican coast service out of San Francisco, today was named master of the steamship Silver State to succeed Captain E. P. Bartlett, who will command the steamship H. P. Alexander, formerly the Great Northern. Percy S. Lalng announced here today that he had incorporated the Percy 9. Laing Steamship company, the object of which is to put the former polar explora tion ship Roosevelt, used by Rear-Admiral Peary, into commission and operate it be tween Seattle and the Okhotsk sea, in Siberia. The vessel, which at present is moored In Seattle harbor, will be used In a regular freight and passenger service to the north. The first sailing will be May 5. The service may be extended to include the Gulf of Anadir, it was said. The barkentine Aurora, which sailed down the strait of Juan de Fuca from Port Angeles yesterday, found the heavy gale off Cape Flattery too severe to weather and put back to port to wait more fav orable conditions. The Harrison direct line freighter Poli tician, Captain A. B. Sandiford, arrived from Europe via coast ports today. She will discharge 800 tons of cargo here and commences loading outward tomorrow. SAN FRANCISCO. April 10. Heavy northwest winds on the coast for the past week have delayed vessels arriving in San Francisco from several hours to two days. The Pacific liner Ecuador took 40 hours for the trip from San Pedro to San Fran cisco. The liner Yale, on the regular San Francisco-Los Angeles run, has been' sev eral hours late on the last three trips, and ships of the Admiral line from the south have been equally delayed. The British light cruiser Calcutta, one of the latest additions to the British navy, arrived In the harbor this morning from Honolulu. She will remain here -until next Monday, when she will sa.il for San Pedro. The Calcutta was completed shortly after the close of the war. She is 450 feet long, with 43-foot beam and a draft of 16 feet. She has five six-inch guns and eight tor pedo tubes. Word has been received hpre of the serious illness in Manila of Captain Henry Morton, well-known Pacific coast skipper. He is now a marine surveyor at Manila, For many years he commanded tho Mon golia of thev Pacific Mail. 3Iovements of Vessels. PORTLAND, April 10. Arrived, at "5:45 P. M., steamer Annette Rolph, from San Francisco; at 7 P. M., steamer John c Kirkpatrick, from San Francisco. Sailed, at 10 A. M.t steamer William F. Herrin, for Gaviota; at 6 P. M., Danish steamer Kina, for Copenhagen ; at 11 :55 P. M., steamer Captain A. F. Lucas, for San Pedro. ASTORIA. Or., April 10. Sailed, at 9 last night, steamer La Purisima, for Port San Luis. Arrived, at 6:10 and left up at 7:30 A. M., steamer Annette Rolph, from San Francisco. Sailed at 9:30 A. M., Nor wegian steamer, Unita, for Japan; at 9:40 A. M., British motorship Loch Katrine, for Liverpool and way ports via Puget sound. Arrived, at 7:30 and left up at 9 A. M-, steamer John C. Kirkpatrick, from San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO, April 10. Arrived, at 1 A. M., steamer Johan Poulsen, from Col umbia river; at 8 A. M., steamer Jeptha, from Antofagasta, for Puget sound , and Portland. PHILADELPHIA, April 8. Cleared, steamer Kentuckian, from Boston, for Pa cific coast ports. SAN PEDRO, April 10. Arrived, steamer San Francisco, from Portland, for Europe; steamer Chattanooga City, - from Balti more, for Portland and Puget sound. SEATTLE, Wash., April 10. Arrived, Juneau, from southeastern Alaska ; Ad miral Dewey, from Tacoma; Politician, from Liverpool; Anyox. from Tacoma; Re dondo, from southeastern Alaska. Sailed, Queen, for southeastern Alaska; Anyox, for British Columbia ports; Ad miral Dewey, for Tacoma; La Touche, for Tacoma. PETERSBURG, Alaska, April 10. Sailed, Spokane, southbound. BELLINGHAM, Wash., April 9. Ar rived, Singapore Maru, from Kobe. Sailed, Norwood, for Ketchikan. EVERETT, Wash., April 10. Arrived, Etna Maru, from Kobe. MONTEVIDEO, April 9. Sailed, steamer West Notus, for Pacific coast ports. GRAYS HARHOR, Wash., April 10. Ar rived: Frank D. Stout, from San Francisco, Saturday; Hoquiam, from Sqn Francisco, Sunday; Daisy Gadsby, from San Fran cisco, Sunday; Helene, from San Francisco, today; Hokushika Maru, from Japan, to day; Wm. Donovan, from San Pedro, today. Departed: Sunday, Hanley, for Seattle; Munaires, for New York; "Svea, for San Pedro ; Edna Christensen, for San Pedro ; Carlos, for San Pedro; Oregon, for San Pedro. TACOMA, Wash., April 10. Arrived: Admiral Dewey, from San Francisco; Da kotan, from Hamburg; La Touche, from Alaska : ports; Providencia, from Santa Rosalia. Sailed: Anyox, for Vancouver, B. C. ; Julia Luckenbach, for New York; Admiral Dewey, for San Francisco via Seattle; Hawaii Maru, for Vancouver, B. C. - SAN PEDRO, April 9. Arrived, steamer Neponset, from. New York, for Portland. PARA, April 8. Sailed, steamer West Katan, for Portland. NEW YORK, April 10. Arrived Mount Clay, from Hamburg; Citta di Messina, from Lisbon. ' RAN DIEGO, CaK. April 10 Arrived; f Admiral Farnagut. from Seattle and way pcrts; steamer Celilo, from Portland. Sailed: Admiral Farragut for Seattle and way ports. NEUFAHRLASSER, April. 5. Arrived Latvia, from New York. HAVRE, April T. Arrived Rocham- beau, from New York. QTJEENSTOWN, April -Departed Scytnla. for New York. SAN FRANCISCO, April 10. Arrived Johan Poulsen, from Astoria; Ecuador, from New York and Havana. Ship Reports by Radio. (Famished by the Radio Corporation of America.) Positions reported at R P. M. yesterday, unless otherwise indicated, were as follows: CURACAO, Seattle for San Francisco, 318 miles from Seatti. EDGAR F. LUCKENBACH. San Fran cisco for Portland, 480 miles north of San Francisco. ERNEST H. MEYER, San Francisco for Portland, 104 miles south of the Columbia river. JOHANNA SMITH, San Francisco for coos bay, barbound off Coos bay, noon, April 10. - . ADMIRAL RODMAN. Marshfieid for Eu reka, barbound inside Coos bay. E. IX KINGSLEY, Blubber bay, B. C, for Ban Francisco, 300 miles north of San Francisco. MUNAIRES, Aberdeen for Balboa. 18 miles west of Cape Blanco. ROSE OITY, San Francisco for Port land, 200 miles south of Columbia river. RAINIER, Port Angeles for San Fran cisco, 212 miles from 6an Francisco. ED KINGSLEY, Blubber Bay for San Francisco, 360 miles north of San Fran cisco. HORACE X. BAXTER, San Pedro for Eagle Harbor, 75 miles south of Cape Blanco. WEST ISLIP, San Francisco for Wil lapa, 3."8 miles north "of San Francisco. WEST KEATS. Yokohama for Port land. 728 miles west of Columbia river. RUTH ALEXANDER, San Francisco for Seattle, 107 miles from Seattle. NORWOOD, BeHingham for Ketchikan, 70 miles from Bellingham. EQUATOR, tug. at Port Stanley. LYMAN STEWART, San Pedro for Se attle, 322 miles from Seattle. LEHIGH, Grays harbor for San Fran cisco, barbound at Grays harbor. STANLEY DOLLAR. Port Angeles for San Francisco, 20 miles from Port Ange les. MATSONIA, Honolulu for San Francisco, 527 miles from San Francisco, April 0. MAUI, San anciseo for Honolulu, 1589 miles from'San Francisco, April P. WEST KEATS, Yokohama for Portland, 1005 miles from PortUnd, April 9.. CANADIAN PROSPECTOR, Vancouver for Yokohama, 736 miles from Flattery, April 9. GRACE DOLLAR, San F"ranMfrco for Kobe. 1978 miles from San Francisco. April 9. ROBIN GOODFBLLOW. San Pedro Tor New York, 860 miles south of San Pedro, April 9. SANTA ANA, Manzanillo for Champe rieo, ;01 miles south of Manzanillo, at noon April . SANTA CRUZ. San Francisco for Tafara. 1312 miles south of San Francisco, April 9. MEXICO, Mazatlan for Guaymas, 125 miles south of Guaynms, April 9. SVLVAN ARROW. San Francisco for Hongkong, 1SS9 miles from San Francisco, April 9. LA PLACENTIA, Honolulu for San Pedro, 14HO miles from San Pedro, April 9. A NAT EN, Port Angeles for Sydney, 915 miles west of San Francisco, April 9. MINNESOTA N, New York for Ran Pedro, 424 miles south of San Pedro, April 9. SKA LION (tug), San Francisco for Mexican coast, latitude 30:18 N., longitude 117 :50 W. H. T. HARPER, San Pedro for Will bridge, 32-1 miles south of Willbrldge. YOSEMITE, Port Ludlow for San Fran cisco, S0 mile's north of San Francisco. M. S. ASIA, left Port Costa for San Francisco, 4:30 p. M. CHARLIE WATSON, Tacoma for Rich mond. 444 miles north of Richmond. ATLAS, Richmond for Aberdeen, 171 miles south of Aberdeen. ROSE OITY. San Francisco for Portland, 205 miles'south of Columbia river. ADMIRAL SCHLEY, San Francisco fop Seattle, 49 miles north of San Francisco. ENTERPRISE, San Francisco for Hilo, 503 miles from San Francisco. SANTA INEZ, Ikatan for Bellingham, 50 miles from Belimgham. LURLINE, Seattle for Honolulu, 629 miles from Seattle. WEST MAHWAH, San Francisco for Honolulu, 1255 miles from San Francisco. COLONEL E. L. DRAKE, San Pedro for Port Allen, 1050 miles west of San Pedro. CHINA ARROW, San Pedro for Vladi vostok, 1425 miles from San Pedro. Ccticura Complexions Are Usually Healthy The daily use of the Soap prevents clogging and irritation of the pores, the usual cause of pimples and blackheads, while the Ointment soothes and heals. Cuticura Talcum is delicate, delightful, distingue. Stmpl. Eaah Trij Mall. AdorMi: "CaUiaraLaB ratarlra, Dapt-Kr, atalaaa 4S,M ." Sold rrtrj whgr.. 3oap26o. Olntmeattf and 00c. Talcum 2Se. DaVCuticura Soap ahavea without mutj. FIERY, ITCHING SKIN IS QUICKLY SOOTHED WITH THIS SULPHUR Menthol-Sulphur, a pleasant cream, will soothe and heal skin that Is Irri tated or broken out with eczema; that is covered with ugly rash or pimples, or is rough or dry. Nothing subdues fiery skin eruptions so quickly, says a noted skin specialist.' The moment this eulphur prepara tion is applied the itching stops and after two or three applications the eczema is gone and the skin is delight fully clear and smooth. Sulphur is so precious as a skin remedy because It destroys the parasites that cause the burning, itching or disfigurement. Mentho-Sulphur always heals eczema right up. A small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur may be had at any good drug store. Adv. STOP ITCHING ECZEMA Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo Will Help You. Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can stop burning, itching Eczema-quickly by applying Zemo furnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo is applied. In a ehort time usually every trace of Eczema, Tetter, Pimples, Rash, Black heads and similar skin diseases will be removed. For clearing the skin and making it vigorously healthy, always use Zemo, the . penetrating, antiseptic liquid. When others fail it is the one depend able treatment for skin troubles of all kinds. Adv. MYSTIC. Tacoma for New York, 540 miles from Cape Blanco. - SEA MONARCH, West Montop in tow, San Pedro for San Francisco, 143 milen south of San Francisco. MERIDEX. Salina Cru for Rant Fran cisco, loOO miles south of San Francisco. CURACAO, Seattle for San Francisco. 318 miles from Seattle. CAPE ROMAIN, Jacksonville for Sai. Pedro, 411 miles south of San Pedro. HUMBOLDT. San Pedro for San Fran cisco, 122 miles south of San Francisco. EDNA CHRISTENSON. Grays Harbor for San Francisco, 240 miles north of San Francisco. GINYO MARU, left San Francisco for Portland at 7 P. M. SENATOR, Astoria for San Francisco, 135 miles north of San Francisco. RUTH ALEXANDER, San Francisco for Tacoma, 197 miles from Seattle. SANTA RITA. Grays Harbor for San Diego, 79 miles west of San Diego. WILLSOLO. San Pedro for New York, 800 miles south of San Pedro. TOYAMA MARU. Japan for Vancouver, 100 miles from Flattery. CAROLYN, Philadelphia for Tacoma, ISO miles from Flattery. By Federal Telegraph Company, HAMER, San Francisco for Manila, 8858 miles-west of San Francisco, April 9. U. S. A. T. EMIGS. Honolulu for Ma nila, 1200 miles west of Honolulu. April 9. WENATCHBE, Shanghai for Kobe, 235 miles from Kobe. April 9. WEST KATER, Portland for Yokohama, 2335 miles west of the Columbia river, April 9. WEST GREYLOCK. New York for Yoko hama, 2693 miles west of Cape Mala, Pan ama. April 9. PINE TREE STATE, Yokohama for Se attle, 770 miles west of Seattle, April 9. F. H. BUCK, Avon for Monterey, arrived at Monterey at 4:45 P. M. STORM KING, towing oil barge. San Pedro for San Francisco, 65 miles south of San Francisco. EDWARD LUCKENBACH. San Pedro for New York, 685 miles south of San Pedro. JACOB LUCKENBACH. San Pedro for Galveston, 954 -miles southeast of San Pedro. YORBA LINDA. San Pedro for Everett SO miles south of San Pedro. LA PURISIMA, Portland for Port San Luis. 431 miles nnrth nf Port San Luis. YALE. San Pedro for San Francisco, 70 miles north of San Pedro. MINNESOTA N, New York for San Pedro. 169 miles south of San Pedro. LYMAN STEWART. San Tedro for Se attle. 3i2 miles from Seattle. CELESTIAL, Baltimore for San Fran cisco, 1191 miles south of San Pedro. CHAS. H. CRAMP. San Pedro for Jack sonville, 480 miles south of San Pffdro. HAWKEY B STATS, Honolulu for 8n Francisco, 699 miles west of San Fran- cisfo. W. F. HERRIN, Linnton for Avon, 127 miles from Linnton. Keoort From Moutb nf Colombia. NORTH HEAD, April 10. Cnmllllnn of the sea at 5 P. M., rough; wind, milea. Tflen at Antoria Turaday. High. Low. 0:12 A. M 92 fetfl:47 A. M 0 4 foot 1-44 P M .." f'Pt;i7 1. M ...OH font Scratching is dangerous and increases fv the itching, fel Resinol stops itT There is nothing Dener ro relieve the torment or. eczema and restore skin health Resinol Soap is ideal tor the complexion .Sooth inq and H&aJinq At till druggists HTjkMAAtllAtIi IT! A (table lit apariont. tana and vigor to th diaeativ end elimlnativ yatam, Improm th appa tlta, relieve Sick Headache and Bil louaneaa, corrects Conatipation. Tlsed for over years N? JUNIORS-Littl IRs One-third the regular doae. Mad of aaine inf redf enta, then candy coated. For children nd adults. STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking th real cause of the ailment clogged liver and disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets aroua the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels ar per forming their natural functions, away go indigestion and stomach trouble. Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't care feeling, no ambition or energy, trouble with undigested foods? Tak Olive Tablets, the substitute for cal omel. Dr.' Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain. Take one or two at bedtim for quick relief. Eat what you like. ISO and 30c. Adv. The C. Gee Wo CHINESE MK1JICIMJ CO.' C. GEE WO has made a life study of the curative properties pos sessed In roots, herbs, buds and bark and has - K compounded there , from his wonder- J ful, well-known -, fT"! it '-i remedies, all of which are per fectly harmless, as no poisonius drug or narcotics of anv kind are used In their make up. For stomach, lung, kidney, liver, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh, bladder, blood, nervousness, gall stones and all disorders of men, women and children. Try C. Gee Wo'i Wonderful end Weil-Known Koot and Herb Remedies. Good results will surely and quickly follow. Call or write for information. ' THiE C GEE WO CHINESE ' MEDICINE CO. 1S2V4 First Street. Portland. Oregoaw RES OL AMI MKMKNTH. if WVVWPV 2 MISS cJCSlPHIXE VICTOft&Ca m j ul 1 1 1 - v- T'VNNSSMVTHE lSlLVtg.WLMi.'ttl m DAINTY MARIE BERT HOWARD ALLH PAtTY 6 CO SSrAMODERN COCKTAIL fJuntf NAOMI HUHTtR .NOW I-I.All.NO "THE HOTTENTOT" Th Flay That Mario Nw fork Laugh (or On, Solid Year. J fur KID V " I AKin - L ".him vniPUMI 1U R..KJ. MTrilMI III. 1 1 1 1 I in H MT . . - . . Y. . J" 4 coricov i - - jHTTC ffgNiyici BROMrouR danubes JCITY oZZ&n REC'D NOW ! I Alao Out-or-Tovrn. I HEILIG NEXTWEEK 3r;,;v,:;-THURs., april 20 -piM-lal I'rlre Mat. !e(. MUSICAL COMEDY HlTf 0 f w i? IN Ntwyow6 RKTTKK, ni;;Ell TIIA KVKR. Address cherka, nnatnfficc money onlers. Ileilin Theater. Inrhirle aelf-addrraaert stamped envelops. Add 10 per cent war tax. EVB'S Floor. 2.r0; Mntcony. five rows $2, four rows ll.uO, 13 rows, fl; Callery. 7 rows (reserved) 77c, admission f0c. SAT. MAT. Floor, 12: Itilrony. five rows $1.50, 17 rows $1; Cut lery, seven rows (reserved) 77c, admission DOc. LYRIC MUSICAL. C(Mi:i)V COMl'AM' You never can tell what will happen, htll whatever it la it will be "Juat fur fun" at the Country Store, Tonifiht Afternoon at Kvenlnce at 7 and AUDITORIUM TONIGHT, APRILjlth Popular Concert The Apollo Club with HERBERT GOULD BASS Trices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c No Tax Scats now selling at Sherman Clay & Co. KREISLER Auditorium Tomorrow M. IMrerllon loer & Cniimn. Prices: $2.50, $2.00. $1.5il, $1 00 M-'.AT Kl.l.li MIK.KM A, I.AV f. THE CIRCLE THEATER Fourth at Waablna:aa. Open from 8 o'clock In the mornlnt until 4 o'clock the following mornlns. The no your wiint sda to The Or- gonlan. Main 7070. Automatic 660-95. ATJCTIOV HALF.. UNCLAIMED FRKI'J-IIT FAf.K at th. t'ly H. Morse warehouse, fnrner Irfl n1 Olloan ata. falc al 10 A . M. J. T Wilaon, auctioneer. At fha Baker Auction hnuae. Yamhill til Went Park streeta Sale at 10 A. M. MKKTINONOTICF.. LKNTS I.OnCK. NO. l.-.fl. A. F. AND A. M Mpeclal om-munti-atlnn Tueaday. April 11. at U P. M.. for the purpn. (.f conducting funeral wrvi-a ef our late brother. l"ure A McLatn of Jameatown I.odre, o H, X F. and A. M., Jame.town. ' North Iaket. Funeral 2 P. M. Tueaiiay. from Kit.t Hile undertaking Parlor, to Mount Kcott i'aik cemetery. By order of W M f. s (xiKHLKT. Sec HAWTHORNE I.ODCB. No 111, A. K. ANP A. M. Special dnX&r ,nl" (Tueaday avenlns at stj Work E. A. do;re and ea m - inattona. VI. lung brethra-i welcome. C. K. MILLER, See SL'NNTSIDE t.OIK-.K. NO 10.1, A. F. AND A. M , :.th and Hawthorne, special com munlcation. April 10, at 7 P. M. M. M. desrea. IMI'KHIAL, LODGE NO. ISO. A. F. AND A M. Staled com munlcation thta (Tuvada) evening, April 11. lltl'2. II o'clock. Vlaltora welcome. A. C. JACKSON, Secretary. (1REHOX CHAPTKK. OR DER OF UK MOI.AV. for SELl.WooD CHAPTER. NO 92. O. K. 8. Ktated communi cation thla (Tueedayl evening, h o'clock. Maaontc hall. Ka.I 13th and Spokane avenue. !.--greea. Vlmtora welcome. Hy order of W. M HABIUKT -. HK.NDEB. Sec. ELL1UON ENCAMPMENT NO. 1, 1. O. O. F., will meet hall. 4-' Kant Aldrr aire- I Work In the Patriarch! l-( gre. VIMtlnit patriarch ai I W. C. I .AT It IT, NX. C. I CHAS. CHRISTIANSEN, bcrlb. STOCK COMPANY l Na T 1 A 3 yt cjV- boy from 14 to 21. ano-naord sA by Orearon Commamlery. K pr ,1 Tj 4 T. Maeona' aolia or th-M- LPM rhumi alialble. Send urta, LftJ-jl tiona to bee. Advlaorv r,un rBiaW Cll. A. W. IMckaon. :m Ja. k- Si0 aon at. Maraliail 370 or ala.n 1401.