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THE MORNING OREGONTAN, TUESDAY, JULY 18,' 1922
TO ZOiES I! lER
Federal and Port Diggers to
CHANNEL WORK GENERAL
Project Ahead for Summer Has
. Broad Scope Which Includes
Whole Route to Sea.
In co-operative channel work in
the Columbia river, between the
corps of engineers, United States
army, and the Port of Portland com
mission, the latter having tendered
the use of part of its floating plant,
It has been arranged that the port
dredges will operate at the mouth of
the Willamette river and at Morgan
and Willow bars. The federal
dredges will leave down Thursday,
the Wahkeena to Kalama and the
Multnomah to Pancake point.
Data contained in a survey report
of the channels of the Columbia
from Astoria upstream are said by
Major Richard Park of the engi
neers to indicate satisfactory con
ditions following the freshet. With
the present stage of water the
gauge yesterday showing a depth
Oiere of 9.5 feet above zero it was
decided the Kalama cut and that at
Pancake point were the only ones
to require early attention. ,
Other Work Contemplated.
When the dredges get through
those cuts they will be assigned to
oth'er points, so that such sediment
as has been deposited will be re
moved as the remaining freshet wa
ters run out. In localities where
dike work was finished last season
the results are said to be most
Xavorable and with diking already
under way it is believed the results
after the 1923 freshet will be more
The government dredge Clatsop,
the only one of the self-propelled
type engeged on the lower Colum
bia river project, has been in service
since last month, having been dis
patched to the scene of the wreck
of the steamer Welsh Prince so as
to insure deep water around that
obstruction, the presence, of the
wreck having? caused a shoaling be
low that was cleared away prompt
ly She was sent to Pillar rock
eince and is making headway on
Port Fleet to Be Busy.
The Port of Portland fleet is pre
pared for the new season's work and
will be under full swing in another
week. J. H. Polhemus, general man
ager, says the outlook is for .less
dredging duties in the channel than
was the case last season and in any
event the channel situation is such
it will be t-ken care of without de
lay. By beginning operations at the
present 'stage the dredges will clean
up sediment at a pace that will in
sure a. 30-foot channel, even should
the zero stage be reached the latter
part of the year.
Besides working in the present
channel the port will prosecute the
digging of the new west channel at
fcwan island, in conjunction with
which an immense fill is to be made
In the Guilds lake district.
INTEREST IN CONCERN SOLD
C. Machen Disposes of Stock in
Marine Construction Firm.
Following a meeting of stockhold
ers of the Pacific Marine Con
struction & Repair company " yes
terday, it was given out that
Charles Machen had disposed of his
itock in the corporation, resulting
in the eltction of James V. Mason
of the Portland Marine Supply com
pany and of the navigation com
rnittee of the chamber of commerce
as vice-president. He will have
charge of the company's floating
repair barge and details of onera
tion will be in the hands of James
Jaing, who has been connected with
the company some time as outside
Henry Rothschild of Brown & Mr.
Cabe, Robert 'Mcintosh of Portland
ana is. M. Cherry. British vice-enn
sul at Astoria, attended the session.
jne understanding is that in an
flouncing his retirement Mr. Macho-,
i tusposea or his holdings to his for
fcjner associates. The barge was con
structed about two years ae-n nnri ia
Iaid to be the only floating- shop of
;he kind on the coast. The unnin.
inent aboard makes it possible for
mien (.u go alongside a ship
and furnish power for heat, operat
ing winches and lights so repairs
on machinery or other equipment
can be prosecuted while the ship is
working cargo. - The moorings are
to be continued at Supple's dock It
.j, auiinucu mat prospective bidders
i me salvage of the wr.k,i
steamer Welsh Prince have consid
ered using the barge for part of
MITSUBISHI AGENT IS HERE
. Shibata Gathers Data on Trade
:r . Development. '
In advance of a trip to Tokio
confer with the home office as to
trade development on the American
Side of the Pacific, S. Shibata of the
Mitsubishi company, widely known
Japanese importers and exporters.
Is in the city to gather data. He
was furnished with information yes-
teraay inrougn the joint traffic bu
reau of the Port of Portland com
mission and commission of public
docks. He said he plans to leave
for Japan next month.
The company has operated ves
sels into Portland in the past, and,
while maintaining a northwest of
fice at Seattle, with which Mr.
Shibata is connected, it is under
stood to be the aim to have repre
sentation in the Portland field.
The probability of re-establishing
steamship service with this side is
said by the visitor to be influenced
by financial conditions abroad,
though he points out that, . while
Japan is not shipping heavily, buy
ing for her consumption is on the
TONNAGE DECISION AWAITED
Columbia-Pacific Company Ex
pects Definite Word Today.
Definite advices bearing on rec
ommendations for the assignment
of more tonnage to the trans-Pacific
service of the Columbia-Pacific
Shipping company are looked
for today. It was reported yester
day that more data had been for
warded to Washington as to ships
available here, the requirements for
fall business and other features. It
I was thought the shipping board
would act in the matter today.
,4 The chamber of commerce was
advised through 0. M. Clark of the
Clark & Wilson Lumber company,
who Is at Washington, that Chair
man Lasker of the board had de
cided to place three more vessels
under the Columbia-Pacific flag,
cur being engaged now. Portland
shippers indicated that two ships a
month, one to north China ports and
the other to south China, each
making the : customary Japanese
harbors, would assist materially in
meeting current space demands. F..
W. Relyea, Pacific director of the
division of operation, who met with
shippers last week and forwarded
the recommendations to Washing
ton, was understood to be in touch
with the situation from his San
Francisco office. In view of in
quiries for flour, wheat and lum
ber for oriental shipment, it was
held to be necessary for early action
if the business is to be retained by
Portland. , , ,.
KATE CUTTING GOES OX
liuckenbach and American-Hawaiian
Fleets Tate Lead.
Further rate cutting is reported
among intercostal lines, though in
the main the new figures are being
quoted in negotiating with shippers.
With the Luckenbach and American-
Hawaiian fleets taking the leading
part in the situation, having the
most vessels among the fleets for
merly included in the intercoastal
conference, the other lines are con
tinuing steady solicitation. It is
contended they have not suffered
any marked loss of tonnage, while
some new .bookings have been
The Lewis Luckenbach arrived in
the harbor- last night and berthed
at Terminal No. 1, about a day 'be
hind schedule. She had an average
inbound freight list and is expected
to be dispatched with about 500 tons
for North Atlantic coast cities.
Fuel Oil Drops 25 Cents.
Fuel oil has taken a drop of 25
cents a barrel, according to an
nouncement made to steamboat op
erators, making tne ruling prioe
$1.60 when delivery is made at the
dock of oil stations at Willbridee
and Linn-ton. During the war the
market was about $1 a barrel high
er. -As contracts were entered into
at about 85 cents a barrel in fne
days of its introduction as steam
boat fuel, owners are hopeful there
will be further declines.
Beacon Structures to Be Built.
New structures for beacons at
Slaughter's, Fisher island, Westport
crossing and the renewal of another
at Hunting island for the front
range will be started today, the Ja
cob Construction company having a
contract from the bureau of light
houses for the work. Robert War.
rck, superintendent of the 17th dis
trict, went down the river yesterday
to indicate positions for the' new
beacons and Muo Hoadley, assistant
superintendent, will look after the
Harry Luckenbach Little Hurt.
Information from Seattle to the
Portland office of the Luckenbach
Steamship company yesterday was
that the steamer H4rry Luckenbach,
which collided with and sank the
steamer Henry T. Scott on Puget
sound Sunday morning, had not been
seriously damaged, the forepeak
tank being pierced. It was said the
ship would be started from there for
San Francisco today, bound for New
Unita to Be Drydocked.
The Norwegian steamer Unita of
the Asiatic-American line, which is
tn port from the orient and is to
load lumber for delivery at Mon
treal, will be lifted on the new 15,000-
ton drydock today for cleaning and
painting. The steamer Tahoma of
the St. Helens Towing company oc
cupied a pontoon of the big plant
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ASTORIA. Or., July 17. (Special.)
The steamer Robin Gray arrived at 8:30
today from Baltimore via San Francisco
and went to Portland, where she will
lead, discharge and take on freight. .
Thte steam schooner Trinidad is due
from San Pedro and will load 1,100,000
feet of lumber at the Hammond mill.
The stea.m schooner Daisy Putnam' Is
due from San Francisco and after dis
charging cement here will go to Knap
ton to load lumber.
The steamer Edna is due from San.
Francisco en route to Portland.
The steamer Lewis Luckenbach ia due
from the Atlantic seaboard via San Fran
cisco and goes to Portland.
The Japanese steamer Ryfuku Maru,
which is en route from Galveston, will
complete - her cargo for the orient by
taking on 1,000.000 feet of lumber from
the Pert of Astoria terminals.
A part of this cargo ia the deck load
of Jap squares salvaged from the wreck
of the British steamer Welsh Prince. A
part is to be shipped by the Hammond
Lumber company and still another part
ox tne cargo is to be barged to the ter
minals from p-river mills.
The steamer Robin Goodfellow will be
due at the port terminals tomorrow eve
ning to load 3000 .cases of salmon, 1,000,-
000 shingles and a quantity of lumber
lor the Atlantic Seaboard.
The steam schooner Solano arrived at
8o'clock la.st evening from San Francisco
and went to Rainier t load lumber.
Ihe Norwegian steamer Remus arrived
at 11 o'clock last night from Grays Har-
Dor and went to Linnton to complete her
cargo or lumber for youth America.
The launch Louise, towing a barze load
of road material from Portland, sailed
early tnis morning for Waldport,
GRAYS HARBOR, Wash., July 17,
(Special.) The steamer Munaires i
rived from Coos Bay at 1:30 o'clock Sun
day afternoon to load lumber at Cosmpp
olis. The schooner Columbia left Sunday
morning from the E. K. Wood mill, Ho-
quiam lor Honolulu.
The steamer Remus sailed at 5 o'clock
Sunday afternoon for Portland from the
Grays Harbor mill, Hoquiam.
The steamer Lehigh left at 10 o'clock
loot nifht frtr tfan oaat .no.( ..ia c n
tcWFrancisco. with a cargo from the Wil
son mm, ADeraeen.
The steamer Willfaro moved this
morning from the Commercial company
qock at i;osmopotis to tne Saginaw mill.
ADeraeec, to loaa sningies.
SAN DIEGO, July 17. Announcement
that the Canadian government merchant
marine is to establish a monthly service
between ban Diego and Canadian ports,
including Vancouver, Victoria and Ocean
Falls, starting July 23, with the arrival
here of the freighter Canadian Obrver,
was made here today.
A fishing schooner whose identity had
not been learned- late today was burned
off tne west Gate Bea Products com
pany's plant here early today. The hulk
sank in about 20 feet of water. Police
reports are that the craft had been looted
by bay pirates and the police believe
the schooner was accidentally set afire
by one of the thieves.
The San Diego fishing schooner George
L.. which was damaged in a collision
with the Albacore - tender Blue Sea off
Sah Clemente island late Friday night.
was towed here today by the fishing
smack Pulaski. Damage to the George
L. is estimated at $1000.
VANCOUVER, B. C, July 17. The 1
Osaka Shosen Kalsha freighter Hawaii
Maru, Captain Suraga, was expected to
get out tonight with 1700 tons of sacked
wheat and considerable lumber.
The Nippon Yusen Kalsha freighter
To-yama Maru, Captain Yoshida, arrived
this morning to take on spelter and lum
ber for the orient.
Another Nippon Yusen Kaisha ship, the
Iyo Maru, got away Sunday.
The steamship Torontotite jvas ex
expected to arrive late tonight from
Peru with from 8000 to 10,000 barrels of
SEATTLE!, Wash.. July 17. Reduc
ing further the running time between
San Francisco and Seattle, the steam
eWp H. F. Alexander arrived here this
morning 40 hours and 25 minutes, dock
to dock. Captain E, P. Bartlett. com
mander of the vessel, said even better
time would have been made If foggy
conditions had not been encountered from
Cape Blanco north. The H. F. Alexan
der brought 380 first-class passengers
and a full cargo of 2000 tons. She will
sail on the return trip' tororrow after
noon at 4 o'clock with more than 500
passengers and a capacity frelgh cargo.
The trans-Pacific liner President Mad
ison, formerly the Bay State, will ock
here tomorrow afternoon. She is scoring
a new cargo record, bringing 8018 bales
of raw silk, the largest shipment ever
brought to a Pacific port in an Amer
can ship. The shipment Is valued at
more than $6,000,000 and will require a
solid train of 11 express cars to carry
PORT ANGELES, Wash., July 17.
The Matson liner Lurline arrived this
morning and is taking 400.000 pineapple
box shooks for Hilo, Honolulu and other
Hawaiian island ports. The Lurline. will
be loaded Tuesrmy evening.
The six-masted schooner Fort Laramie
is In the stream with 2.000.000 feet of
lumber for Oakland, and the schooner
Minnie A. Caine will load 1,000,000 feet
for Callao, Peru. Both are waiting
the arrival of the steam schooner Port
Angeles from Mukilteo, Wednesday, and
will put to sea in tow of the Port An
geles. The barkentlne Mary Winkleman is
taking 550.000 feet of lumber from the
Puget Sound Mill & Timber company for
Oakland and will be loaded by Saturday
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., July 17 Fed
eral Judge Doollng today awarded Dan
J. Hanlon a judgment .for J38.578.56 for
service rendered by the wrecking steam
er Homer when the steamer Arakan
went ashore in a fog off Point Reyes
last September. The suit has been
pending since last November. Hanlon
filed a libel for $250,000 against the
Arakan. He claimed the cost of going
to aid the vessel was $38,578.56. Judge
Dooling ruled that the crew of the
Homer were aot entitled to any extra
pay in addition to their regular wages.
The schooner William H. Smith, which
left Oakland for Puget sound, July 12,
in tow of the steamer Saginaw, has re
turned to port. The hawser line parted
last Friday and the Saginaw did not
return for its tow. Captain Axel Olson
decided it would be safer to return to
this port than to attempt the trip north.
The William H. Smith was chartered to
bring a load of lumber from the Co
lumbia river to Oakland.
SAN PEDRO, Cal., July 17. Six off
shore freighters and one in the coastwise
trade docked here today, four of the off
shore vessels coming in to load south
ern California freight and' two of them
arriving with cargoes to discharge here.
The Struthers & Barry freighter Dewey
came in from San .Francisco to load 5000
tons of freight for Java and other orien
tal ports. Others coming in to load
were the Santa Barbara, Pennsylvania
and magle, bound lor flew York, Boston
and European ports, respectively.
The Thomas F. Beal from New Tork
and the Norwegian steamer Romulus
from Talara, Peru,x both arrived with
large cargoes for local delivery.
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash., July 17.
The Australian steamer Waitemata h
been detained here 24 hours as a result
of the action of her crew in refusing
to vacate their quarters for fumigation.
After fumigation the crew, who are
members of the New Zealand union.
claimed 12 hours' time before resuming
work. She-will shift to Anacortes Tues
day morning at 3 o clock.
cobs BAT, Or., July 17. (Special.)
The Port of Coos Bay contemplates ex
tension of the port dock, which has been
found inadequate to handle the business
offered. Manager Maginnia has been
authorized, to call for bids for construc
tion of a 200-foot addition. 40 feet in
width. The port commission says that
such an addition would add one-third to
the storage space on the dock. Another
piece of work- likely' to b ordered is
replacing the pump and engine in the
port dredge with new machinery.
The steamer Cotton Plant, the new
C. A. Smith Lumber company boat, ar
rived today from the Atlantic coast -and
will go into service at once, making
tnree carriers tor tne company, each cap
able of transporting 1,590,000 feet of
lumber. The Cotton Plant is to be used
between Coos bay and San Pedro, the
company having recently entered the
southern California trade. A new fin
ishlng plant is being constructed at San
Pedro, whtoh is supposed to belong to
tne omitn company or associated with It.
TACOMA, Wash.. July 17. Word was
received at the Osaka Shosen Kalsha
offices yesterday of the death of Captain
xnomas urant. lormeriy pilot for this
line of steamers and one of the nioneer
Bteamboat men of Puget sound. Captain
Grant died at the home of his son. J. D.
pritcnara, ziU7 nod Hill avenue. Seattle
Prior to moving to Seattle Captain Grant
made his nome in Tacoma for several
years. He i survived by his widow and
two eons. Captain Grant has been in
por health tor about a year.
The Rosalie Mahoney, which has been
loading lumber here for California, will
sail probably tomorrow noon for Ban
The Admiral . Dewev rHvH at
Commercial dock this morning from San
Francisco and sailed about noon for Call
fornia ports via Seattle. The steamer
took A ---fair amount of miscellaneous
freight -out this trip. The Ruth Alex
ander of this line will be due here Fri
The Osaka Shosen Kalsha liner Ala
bama Maru, bound .for Tacoma from
Japan and China. is due at Victoria
Wednesday, wireless reports received at
the head office of the company at Ta
coma stated today.
Ship Reports by Radio.
By the Radio Corporation of America.
(The Radio Corporation of America, in
co-operation with the United States pub
lic nealtn service and tne seamen s
Church institute, will receive requests for
medical or surgical advice through its
KPH San Francisco station without cost.)
All positions reported at 8 P. M. yes
terday, unless, otherwise indicated, were
HAMER, Honolulu for San Pedro, 432
miles west of San Pedro.
C. A. SMITH, Coos Bay for San Pedro,
10 miles south of Coos Bayv
FRAJK G. DRUM, Port, Costa for
Portland, 365 miles north of Port Costa.
RAINIER, San Francisco for Belling-
ham, 405. miles from Bellingham, noon.
OHIOAN, San Francisco for Seattle,
50 miles north of Cape Blanco.
WEST GAMBO, San Francisco for Se
attle, 172 miles north of Cape Blanco.
PRESIDENT MADISON, Yokohama for
To Arrive at . Portland.
Santiam San Fran.... July 17
Felix Taussig.; New York. . .July 18
Daisy -Putnam ban Fran. .. .July 18
Hichmono &an jj ran. . . .juiy is
West Gambo....... Buenos Aires. July 18
Multnomah ...San Fran. .. .July 18
Cape Romaln New York. . .July 18
Admiral uooaricn... san ran. . . .July is
Delco 3. New Orleans. July 19
Siskiyou San Fran July 10
Rose City San Fran July 19
Virginian Europe July 21
Orleans Gulf July 22
Orient New York... July 22
Mennon .....Tacoma July 24
Ohloan New York. . .July 24
Adm'l Farragut. . ...San Diego. . .July 24
Henry S. Grove New York... Aug. 1
Xo Depart From Fartluwl.
Vessel For Date.
Boobyalla ........ .S.Diego way. July 18
Senator San Diego July IS
Lewis Luckenbach. .New York. . .July 18
Orient July 19
New York. . . Julv 19
Europe July 19
Cape Romain New York
West Gambo So. Amer. . July 20
Texas Europe July 20
Richmond San Fran. .. .July 20
Admiral uwranco. .. a. b. sc way. .July J1
Kose city.. .........San Fran. ... .July 2:
Santiam San Fran. .. .July 22
Siskiyou .San Pedro. . .July 22
Virginian Europe July 23
Orleans Gulf ..July24
Orient New York. . .July 24
Adm'l Farragut San Diego. . .July "0
Ohloan New York. . .July 28
Henry S. Grove New York. . .July 30
Vessels In Port.
Vessel Berth. .
Boobyalla Terminal No. 4.
iratsberg. ... . . . -Inman-Pqulsen.
Carmarthenshire ...Columbia dock.
Defiance ....... Drydock. .
Geo. Li. Olson..... --..Westport.
Hannawa Vegetable Oil Co.
Lewis Luchenbach. .Terminal NO. 1.
Meigen Maru. ...... Westport.
Oregon Pine Peninsula mllL
Remus Clark & Wilson. '
Kobin Goodfellow. ..Terminal No. 1.
Robin Gray Terminal No. 1.
Senator Terminal No. 2.
Texas Terminal No. 4.
TjiJcarang . Terminal No. 4. f
Unita ........ Terminal No. 4.
Floridian Eastern & Western.
Closing time for the trans-Pat-ifin
mails at the Portland main postoffice Is
as loimws lone nour earner at station
U, 282 Oak street):
1! or. na", xa.ov r. ja., July 21, per
steamer Lurline. from- Seattle.
For Hawaii, 7:45 p. M., July 20, per
steamer Persia Maru. from San Fran
cisco. For Hawaii, China, Japan and Philip,
pines, 7:45 P. M., July 20, per steamer
president ijincoin, irora ban Francisco
For China, Japan and Philippines,
11:30 P. M., July 21, per steamer Presi
dent Jefferson, from Seattle,
Seattle, 560 miles west of Seattle,
HANNA NIELSEN, Portland for
Shanghai, 2665 miles west of Columbia
river, July 16. -
PRESIDENT GRANT, Seattle for Yo
kohama. 3350 miles west of Seattle
July 3 6.
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. Yokohama
for San Francisco, 1655 miles west of
Honolulu, July 16.
COLUMBIA. San Francisco for New
JYork, 1135 miles south of San Francisco.
WEST OROWA, Shapghal for San
Pedro, 136 miles west of San Pedro,
ADMIRAL RODMAN, San Francisco
for Astoria, 359 miles from San Fran
cisco. MEXICO, San Francisco for Salina
Crux, anchored off Guaymas.
LA BREA. San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, 323 miles south of San Francisco.
OLEUM. Ventura for Martinez, 250
miles from Martinez.
YORBA LINDA, San Pedro for Everett.
470 miles north of an Pedro.
LA PURISIMA. Martinez for Portland,
640 miles from Portland.
FRANK H. BUCK. Gaviota for Avon,
187 miles north of Gaviota.
NORTHLAND, Roche Harbor for San
Francisco, 555 miles north of San Fran
SAN DEEGO, San Pedro for Tacoma,
233 miles north of San Francisco.
vnsEMtTE. Port Ludlow for ban
Francisco, 32 miles south of Cape Blanco.
ANNETTE ROLPH, Portland tor
Francisco, 257 miles north of San Fran
SISKIYOU. San Pedro for Columbia
river. 255 miles south of Columbia river.
SIERRA, San Pedro for Bellingham,
asn mile, nnrrh nf San Francisco.
mut.tijomah. San Francisco ior
Portland, 265 miles south of Columbia
pniwir n. DRUM. Port Costa for
Portland, 365 miles north of Port Costa.
LYMAN STEWART, Oleum for Seattle,
596 miles from Seattle.
TAHITI, San Francisco for Sydney,
3127 miles from San Francisco, July 16.
CHINA ARROW, San Francisco for
Hongkong, 1987 miles west of San Fran
cisco, July 16. -
ASTRAL, Dairen for San Francisco,
1535 miles from San Francisco, July 16.
VIBITA, San Francisco for Sydney,
1409 miles from San Francisco, July 16.
NAJNJilrtXi, Ban rrtmwBw "
kong, 1057. miles west of nonoiuiu,
H. F. ALEX AN UK, K, can
for Seattle, 407 miles trom oeatu,
MAUI, San Francisco for Honolulu, 482
miles from San Francisco, July 16.
Charleston, 774 miles south of ban J ran
cisco, July 16.
M AT SON 1 A, san rranciKo
lulu, 1558 miles from Han Francisco,
July 16. -
ENTEKPlvloHi, -rilio ior Baa rimivwu,
1500 miles west of San Francisco, July 16.
MANUKAI, Hilo for San rancisco, o
miles from Hilo, July 16.
LA PLACENTIA, San Francisco tor.
Kanaapali, 400 miles from Honolulu,
FOREST KING, with Forest Friend in
tow, Seattle for Redondo, 433 miles from
Seattle, July 16.
WEST MAKWAH, Honolulu ior ban
Francisco, 94 miles from Honolulu,
July 16. '
CANADIAN WINNER, ban rrancisco
for Shanghai, 465 miles from Seattle,
WAIOTAPU, San Francisco for Auck
land, latitude 28:09 N., longitude, 131:43
W., July 16.
DOROTHY ALEXANDER. Victoria for
San Francisco, 170 miles from Victoria,
Julv 16. ,
YOSEMITE. Port Ludlow for San
Francisco, 125 miles south of Cane Flat
tery. Julv 36.
ATLAS. Tacoma for Richmond, 636
miles from Richmond, July 16.
LURLINE, Astoria for Port Angeles.
58fl miles north of San Francisco, July 16.
PATRICK HENRY, Honolulu for Bal
boa, 1439 miles east of Honolulu, July 16.
YANKEE ARROW, San Francisco for
Beaumont. 50 miles south of San Fran
cisco. July 16.
R. J. HANNA. Point Wells for San
Pedro. 18 miles from Point Welle,
DOROTHY ALEXANDER. Victoria for
San Francisco, 195 miles from San Fran
cisco. MICHIGAN, San Francisco for Colon,
France, 20 miles west of San . Francisco.
EL SEGUNDO, San Pedro for Point
Wells. 165 miles from Point Wells.
RICHMOND. Sari Pedro ior Astoria,
195 miles from Astoria.
ADMIRAL GOODRICH, Eureka for
Coos bay, 320 miles south of Coos bay.
ATLAS, Tacoma for Richmond,
miles from Richmond.
R. J. HANNA, Point Wells for San
Pedro, 602 miles from San Pedro.
YANKEE ARROW, San Francisco for
Beaumont, 280 miles south of San Fran
cisco. STEEL EXPORTER, New Orleans for
Japan via San Pedro, 640 miles west of
can reuro. i
FOREST KING. Forest Friend in tow,
Seattle for Redondo, 497 miles from Re
dondo. HUMBpLDT. San Francisco for San
Pedro. 3ClmIIes south of San Francisco.
GEORGINA ROLPH. San Pedro for
San Francisco, 110 miles south of San
W. S. MILLER, San Pedro for Rich
mond, 225 miles from Richmond.
SEA LION, log raft in tow, Columbia
river for San Diego, six miles from Point
MONTEBELLO, Oleum for Port San
Luis, entering Port San Luis.
J. A. MOFFETT. San Francisco for San
Pedro. 331 miles from San Pedro.
SANTA INEZ. Coos bay for San Pedro.
462 miles north San Pedro.
DELCO, San Francisco for Portland,
15 miles north of Point Reyes.
H. T. HARPER. San Francisco for El
Segundo, 305 miles from El Segundo.
ROSE CITY, San Francisco for Port
land, 90 miles from San Francisco.
FLORENCE LUCKENBACH. San
Francisco for Port San Luis. 18 miles
south of San Francisco.
CHARLIE WATSON, Richmond for
Tacoma, 592 miles from Tacoma.
COL. E. LJ DRAKE, Richmond for
Honolulu. 45 miles from Richmond.
CAMBRAI, U. S. A. T., San Francisco
for New York, latitude 29:25 north, lon
gitude 116:12 west. .-
NYANZI, for San. Diego, 500 miles from
EDGAR F. LUCKENBACH, SanPedro
for New York, 375 miles from San Pedro,
TEXAS MARU. San Francisco for Pan
ama, left San Francisco at 2:30 P. M.
D. G. SCOFIELD, New York for San
Pedro, 206 miles from San Pedro.
TUSCALOOSA CITY, Manila for San
Francisco, 427 miles west of San Fran
cisco at noon.
INDIA ARROW, San Francisco for
Beaumont, 434 miles south of San Fran
cisco. ELDENA, U. S. A. T.. Honolulu for
New York, 2313 miles from Honolulu at
NORTHLAND, Roche harbor for San
Francisco. 555 miles from San- Francisco.
ALGONQUIN, at Dutch harbor,
SANTA INEZ. Coos bay for San Pedro,
20 miles from Coos bay, July 16.
NIKA, San Francisco for Seattle. 10
miles from Vaquin bay, July 18.
ROBIN GRAY. Portland for San Fran
Cisco, 192 miles from the Columbia river.
ANNETTE ROLPH Portland for San
Francisco, 55 milea from . the Colum
bia 'river, July 16.
FOREST . KING, towing Forest Friend,
Seattle for Redondo, 433 miles from Se
attle. July 16.
JEFFERSON, off Partridge Point,
July 16. I
REDONDO. Seattle for Alaskan ports,
at rolnt wells, July 16V
EQUATOR, Union Bay. B. C.-for Seat
tie. 30 miles from Seattle, July 16.
NORTHLAND, Roche harbor for San
Francisco, 750 miles from San Francisco.
PRESIDENT MADISON. Yokohama for
Seattle, 590 miles from Seattle. Julv 16
WHEATLAND MONTANA. Seattle for
Mojl. 12i8 miles from Seattle. July 16.
lukline, Astoria for Port Angeles,
686 miles from San Francisco, July 16.
YOSEMITE. ' Port Ludlow for San
Francisco, 135 milea from Flattery,
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. Honolulu
for San Francisco, 1655 miles from San
Francisco, July 16.
HANA NIELSEN, Portland for Shang
hai, 2bD miles trom the Columbia river,
VICTORIA. Point Wells for N o m e,
1989 miles from Point WellsiaJulv 36
CATHERINE D.. Port Mofler for King
Cove, 125 miles from Deloons Lagoon,
July 18. K
REDWOOD, Ketchikan for Hoonah, 88
miles from Hoonah. July 36 " -
NORTHWESTERN, arrived at Sawmill
oay. July 1. .
ADMIRAL EVANS, Yakutat fo'r Kat-
alia, July 16.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
7:48 A.M... 5.4 feet 2:00 A.M...1.8 feet
7:50 P. M. ..7.8 feet1:05 P. M...2.8 feet
The Oresjonian publishes practi
cally all of the want ads printed in
the other three Portland papers, in
addition to thousands of exclusive
advertisements not printed in any
other local paper.
GUT IN RATES IS DENIED
$1 CHARGE ON APPLES TO BE
Refrigeration Service Said
Be Set for October 15 Is, in
fact, Available Now.
HOOD RIVER, Or';, July 17.(Spe
ciaL) Rumors to the effect that
the apple freight rate on ships from
Portland and Seattle to English
ports, via the tPanama canal, will
be reduced from $1 to 65 cents a
box are unfounded, according to
A. E. Woolpert, Northwest man
ager for Dan Wuille & Co., London
exporters, says he has just received
a letter from the Royal Mail line,
which jinnounces that the $1 rate
will be maintained. The Royal Mail
line, which carried a heavy tonnage
of apples last year, has announced
that its first refrigerator boat will
be ready for a cargo on October 16.
Thereafter sailings will be made
every 15 days.
P. F. Clark, sales manager of the
Apple Growers' association, says he
has received no authentic informa
tion oh a lower steamer rate on ap
ples. He anticipates, however, that
the keen competition among ship
ping interests may result in a mod
ification of the present rate.
At the office of the Oregon Pa
cific company, agent for the joint
service of the Royal Mail and Hol
land-America to the United King
dom and continental ports, it was
said yesterday an erroneous impres
sion had been given as to the start
ing of refrigeration schedule, since
all vessels of the two flags running
from -Portland have such facilities,
and the Carmarthenshire, now in
port, is taking aboard frozen straw
berries and other fruit for England.
Concerning reports of a prospec
tive reduction in the apple tariff,
it was said it had not been under
consideration and that information
to shippers has been that the $1
rate would be continued. Other
services are lined up for fruit con
signments to Europe and the east
coast, and gains are looked for in
the volume of business over that
handled last season.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, July 17. Arrived at noon,
Norwegian steamer Remus, from South
America, via San Francisco and Puget
sound. Arrived at 6:15 P. M.. steamer
Robin Gray, from Baltimore and way
ports. Sailed Steamer Floridian, for
New York and Boston, via Astoria.
ASTORIA, Or., July 37. Left up at
7:30 last night, steamer Solano, for Rai
nier. Left up at' midnight, Norwegian
steamer Remus. Arrived at 8:30 and left
up at 9:20 A. M., steamer Robin Gray,
from Baltimore and way ports.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17. Arrived
at 5 A. M.. steamer Orient, from New
York, for Portland and Puget sound.
Arrived at 1 A. M., steamer Orleans.
from Mobile, for Portland and Puget
sound. Sailed at 10 A. M., steamer La
Purlsima. for Portland. Sailed at 1 P. M.',
steamer Rose City, for Portland. Sailed
at 3 P. M-. steamer Delco, from New Or
leans, for Portland.
SAN PEDRO, July 17. Arrived
Steamer Santa Barbara, from Portland,
for Tew York; motorship Babtnda, from
Portland via San Francisco. Arrived last
night, steamer Virginia Olson, from Co
lumbia river. -
NEW YORK, July 16. Arrived
Steamer Blue Triangle. from Pacific
coast ports, for Portland, Me.; steamer
A. L. Kent, from Portland, for Boston,
Sailed Steamer Willpolo, from Baltl
more, for Portland.
BOSTON, July 16. Arrived Steamer
Lena Luckenbach, from Portland.
PHILADELPHIA July 16 Sailed
steamer Dakotan. from Liverpool, for
CRISTOBAL, July 15. Sailed Steam
er 'Jacob Luckenbach, from Portland, for
BALBOA. July 16. Arrived Steamer
Del Rosa, from Pacific coast ports, for
EUREKA. Cal.. July J 7. Arrived
Steamer Admiral Goodrich, from San
Francisco, for Coos Bay and Portland.
SAN PEDRO. July 16. Sailed-
Steamer Georglna Rolph, for Portland.
BALBOA, July 15. Arrived Japanese
steamer Roxan Maru, from Columbia
river, for United Kingdom; Japanese
steamer Liverpool Maru, from Portland,
for United Kingdom. Sailed Steamer
Henry S. Grove, from New York for Port
land and Puget sound; steamer Birming
ham City, from New York, for Portland
and Puget sound; steamer Hattle Luck
enbach, from New Orleans, lor Portland
and way ports.
NEW YORK. July 15. Sailed Steam
er Cold Harbor, from Portland, for Port
land Me. Arrived Steamer Tiger, from
Portland, for Boston.
BATAVIA. July ' 14. Arrived Dutch
steamer Saleler, from Portland.
HAMBURG, July 13. Arrived Dutch
steamer Klnderdyk, from Portland, for
ST. HELENS, Or., July 17. Passed at
3:30 P. M., steamer Robin Gray.
NEW YORK, July 17. Sailed Steam
er Steel Navigator, from Portland, for
GRAYS HARBOR. Wash., July 17.-
Arrived, July IS, Munaires, from Coos
Dcnarted. July is. wiusoio, ior san
Francisco; schooner Columbia, for Hono
lulu; San Jacinto, for San Pedro: Yprea
Maru, for Yokohama; Remus, for Port
land ; Lehigh, for San Francisco.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., July 17. Arrived
Claremont, from Willapa Harbor, 8:05
A. M. ; steam yacht Venetia. from San
Francisco, 8:15 A. M. ; Admiral Farragut,
from Portland and way ports, S P. II.
Sailed Daisy, for Coos Bay, 4 P. M.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 17. Arrived
Hanley, from Manila; H. F. Alexander,
from San Pedro, 10:45 A. M. ; Deerfleld,
from Anacortes, 9 A. M.
Sailed Admiral Dewey, for Port An
geles 5:05 A. M.
PETERSBURG. Alaska, July 17.
Sailed Queen, southbound, 6 AM.
GHENT. July 17. Arrived: Hornsby
Castle, from Galveston.
YOKOHAMA, July 13. Arrived: Siber
ian Prince,- from Seattle.
BATAVIA, July 14. Arrived:
from San Francisco.
HONGKONG, July 15.-
tesilaus, from Seattle.
SHANGHAI, July 15. Arrived: Yoko
ahama Maru, from Seattle.
LONDON, July 16. Arrived: Astrono
mer, from &an Francisco.
HAMBURG, July IS. Arrived: Kin
derdijk, from San Francisco.
HAMBURG. July 12. Arrived: Wurt
temburg, from New York.
ST. MICHAELS. July 16. Arrived:
President Wilson, from New York.
GIBRALTAR, July 17. Arrived: Cam
eronia, from New York.
NEW YORK, July 17. Arrived: Eu
ropa, from Philadelphia (and sailed for
LIVERPOOL. July 17. Arrived: Bal
tic, from New York.
PLYMOUTH, July 17. 'Arrived: See-
land, from New York.
PLYMOUTH, July 16. Departed:
France, for New York.
RAN PEDRO. Cal- July 17. Arrived:
Santa Barbara, from Portland and Seat
tle. S:30 A. ii.; Kverett. irom Seattle,
4:55 A. M. ; Vaquero. from San Diego,-5
A M. ; Babinda, from Portland, 5:30 A.
M. : Virginia Olson, from Portland:
Thomas F. Beale, fromNew York, 6:15
A. M. ; Romulus, from Talara, Peru; Fred
Baxter, from Tacoma u. is. Tue Tern
0:10 A." M.; Ernest H, Meyer,, from Co-
lumnis rive, j.v a, aamiv uuui iron-
land and Seattle, 10:15 A. M.; Dewey,
from San Francisco; H. M. Storey, from
London, 1 P. M. ; Captain A F. Lucas,
from San Francisco. 2 P. M.: barge No.
95, from Sin Francisco, 2 P. M. ; Penn
sylvania; from Seattle and Portland. 2:30
P. M. : Admiral Schley, from Seattle.
4 P. M.
Sailed: Admiral Farragut, ' for San
Diego, 10 A. M. ; La Brea. for San Fran
cisco, 1 P M.; W. S. Miller, for San
Francisco, J A. M.; Fort Bragg, for Fort
Bragg, 5:30 P. M. ; Willie A. Higgtne, fof
Seattle, 5:45 P. M.; Vaquero, for San
Diego, 6 P. M. : Guerrero for Acajutla,
via Mexican ports, 5 P. M.
SAN FRANCISCO. Julv 17. Arrived:
Orleans, from New Orleans; Nome City.
from Port Angeles; Orient, from New
York; Nayarlt, from Mazatlan; J. A.
Loop, from Port Ludlow; Perang Maru,
from New York; Phoenix, from Green
wood. Departed: La Purlsima, for Portland;
Lyman Stewart, for Seattle; Montebello,
for Seattle; Rose City, for Portland.
ROTTERDAM. July 14. Arrived
Ernest Hugo Stinnes, II, from New Or
leans; Tanafjord, from Savannah; New
qua, from Baltimore.
KOBE, July 14. Arrived Keeman,
LONDON. July 15. Arrived Ashta
bula, from Port Arthur; July 16, Youngs
town, from New Orleans.
HUELVA, July 9. Arrived West
Chatala, from Savannah.
ARDROSSAN, July 15. . Arrived
Skaraas, from Baltimore.
AVONMOUTH. July 16. Arrived
Vlttonia Emanuel III, from Baltimore.
MARSEILLES. July 12. Sailed Pro
vidence, for New York.
CHRISTIANfA, July 14. Sailed
Frederic VIII, for New York.
NEW YORK. July 17. Sailed Clan
Mcintosh, for Capetown, via Norfolk.
KOBE, July 14. Sailed Shidzuoka
Maru, for Seattle.
YOKOHAMA,- July 13. Sailed Culna.
for San Francisco.
ANTWERP, July 14. Sailed Ton
king, for San Francisco.
NEW YORK, July 17. Sailed Steel
Navigator, for San Francisco.
TACOMA. Wash.. Julv 17. Arrived
Iyo Maru, from Yokohama, 2:30 A. M. ;
Admiral Dewey, from San .Francisco,
7:30 A. M.
Sailed Admiral Dewey, for San Fran
cisco, 11:45 A. M. ; Kureha Maru, for
Yokohama, 5:30 P. M.; Port Angeles, for
San Francisco, via ports, during night.
Completing an Inspection of the Lewis,
Cowlitz, Clatskanie and Grays rivers.
Major Richard Park, corps of engineers.
United States army, has returned to the
city. Major Park said that in the main
conditions were not unsatisfactory,
though the steamer Mathloma, used for
the trip, found the approach to Grays
river not easy to negotiate.
The steamer Floridian, of the Ameri
can-Hawaiian service, was cleared yes
terday for New York and left the harbor
for Astoria to complete working con
signments of Oregon products.
Changes of masters recorded at the
customs house yesterday included E. P.
Williams being signed aboard the steamer
N. R. Lang instead of Alex Gordon; C.
J. Hooghkirk on the Iralda, vice L. o.
Hosford. and C. A Cox on the steamer
No Wonder, relieving T. L. Harmon, who
shifted his belongings aboard the Sarah
Dixon, succeeding J. Horsman.
The French line steamer Texas Is
scheduled to move early this morning
from Inman-Poulsen's to terminal No. 4
and take aboard the last of her cargo
for European harbors.
The steamer Robin Goodfellow, of the
Isthmian fleet, which' has been loading
lumber at St. Helens for New York, came
Into the harbor last night and is berthed
at terminal No. 1. The steamer Robin
Gray, of the same service, reported in
port from New xork and went to ter
minal No. 1. .
Report From Mouth of Columbia River.
NORTH HEAD. July 17. Condition of
the sea at 5 P. M., smooth. Wind, 8
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT..
PORTLAND, Or., July 17. Maximum
temperature. 87 degrees; lowest tempera
ture. 60 degrees. River reading, 8 A. M.,
05 ft.; change in last 24 hours, down
0.5-ft. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.)
no inches; total rainfall since September
1, 1021, 36.47 inches; normal rainfall
since September 1, 44.33 inches; defic
iency or rainfall since September 1, 1031
7.86 inches. Sunrise, 4:37 A. M. ; sunset
7:57 P. M. ; total sunahlne, 14 hours 10
minutes; possible sunshine, 15 hours 20
minutes. Moonrise, 12:08 A. M., the 18th;
moonset, 1:14 P. M., the 17th. Barom
eter (reduced sea level), 5 P. M., 20.86
inches. Relative humidity, 5 A. M., 71
per cent; noon, 46 per cent; a f. M., 3s
52i 1)0 0.001
Boston .... 081 880.0012SW
Calgary ...... ,o.v" . . sm
Chicago ... 74 86I0.02I..IW
Denver 56 740.00I12 SK
D. Moines..! 64! 78!2.44..!W ICIear
12 SB Pt. cloudy
Medford . .
New York .
Pocatello . .
Portland . .
St. Ltuls . .
Salt Lake .
San Diego .
Sitka" . . . .
76 78 0.01 . . N Cloudy
60 80 0.00 10'SW Pt. cloudy
50 64 0.00 . . NWICIoudy
. .1 9S.O.O0 . . XWClear
62! 76(0.18 14INW Clear
76 8210.04 - . W Cloudy
6 84IO.0O 18ISW Pt. cloudy
w ft. cloudy
74 90 0.00 .. X Cloudy
68 94i0.0010 NW Clear -64
76i0.0010 W Pt. cloudy
58! 64tO.00(..(-SW Cloudy
56 80,0.00I12NW Clear
66 92!0.00 ... NE Clear
....) 800.0O..N ICloudy
.1 52 6OiO.00;i0 S ICIear
Walla Walla 64 98,0.00!.. W Clear
Washington! 72! 92iO,66(..!s ICloudy
Winnipeg ..1 52 64iO.OOjl4iNW Cloudy
Yakima . , 56 84j0.00. JSE ICIear
A. M. today;
tP. M. report of preced-
Portland vicinity Tuesday fair; north
Oregon and Washington Tuesday fair;
moderate westerly wmns.
50 60 0.00 . .
80 106-0.00 . .
52 94 0.00 . .
62 87 0.00 . .
54 90 0.00 10
62l 90 0.00 12
"Yoa know how I suffered from that eczema for years, and dreaded
meeting people, and how I tried dozens of remedies without avail.
Resinol Soap and Ointment cleared away every trace of it. The
itching was stopped instantly, and the inflammation and eruption
disappeared in a surprisingly short time. It's a perfectly harmless
treatment and ideal for the complexion and hair. Yes, you can
get it from any druggist" -
M SERVICE LAUNCHED
PORTLAND AND THE DALLES
CONNECTED BY WATER.
Harkins Interests Put Steamer
Madeline on Middle Columbia
Run, Three Trips Weekly.
Inaugurating the new service 'of
the Harkins transportation com
pany between Portland "and The
Dalles, the sternwneel steamer
Madeline will leave Alder-street
dock at 7:15 o'clock this morning.
She will make trips thereafter Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday morn
ings, returning; from The Dalles
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Captain L.yle Hosford said yes
terday a night service may be es
tablished later, but for the present
daylight trips will be made in both
directions. As the company op
erates between Portland and As
toria, the steamers Georgiana, Lur
line and Undine, being on the lower
river, it will be possible for ship
ments to be made between Astoria
and The Dalles.
The withdrawal of the steamer
J. N. Teal, which has proceeded to
the Snake fiver to handle wheat
under lease to the O.-W. R. & N.,
which lost the steamers Spokane
and Lewiston last week by fire,
afforded the Harkins interests an
entry into the middle river terri
tory and they assert if the trade
warrants an additional steamer will
be put on. A strong bid will be
made this season for fruit ship
ments to the local market, as well
as for assembling at terminals for
reshipment to various ports. New
agencies will be established along
the middle river route and in some
instances it is expected new ware
houses will be arranged for.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
DAUSM AN-JONES James L. Daus-
man. 20. Imperial hotel, and Phyllis Ruth
Jones. 25, Imperial hotel.
TATER-YOUNG Luther A. Tater. 27.
718 Bast Ankeny street, and Ruby M.
Young, 17,. 914 Brooklyn street.
WILLIAMS-MORTON William H.
Williams, 53, Silverton, Or., and Mrs.
Elizabeth F. Morton, 50. 83 Park street.
GETCHELL-FEGAN Aaron N. Getch
ell, -24, 570 East Morrison street, and
Margaret Fegan, 20. 3644 Sixtieth street
CHALKER - TAYLOR Harry L.
Chalker. 43, Brighton. Or., and Martha
L. Taylor, 42, 302 East Forty-eighth
BOLLINGER-COMA Robert Bollin
ger, 22, Medina, N. D., and Juliet.Coma,
21. 763 Thurman street.
DUNTON-SHUTE Philln Raymond
Dunton,, legal, Ponco City, Okla.. and
Carrie Shute, legal, 505 East Morrison
OSBURN-FERGUSON Earl B. Os-
burn. legal. 11A2 East Davis street, and
Myrtle Josephine Ferguson, legal. 1102
East Davis street.
Vancouver Marriage Licenses.
CASLIN-H ARRIS Fred E. Caslin. 31
of Portland, and Mrs. Leila F. Harris, 28,
CLAIBORNE-FOLEY Walter Clai
borne, 25, of Portland, and Hazel Iryne
Foleyi 19. of Portland.
McCREERY-A LGIRE Francis V. Mc
Creery. legal, of Portland, and Milo E.
Algfre, legal, of Portland.
GIBS-NIGH TSER Perry E. Gibbs. 25.
of Portland, and Louise Nightser. 19. of
THOMAS-STITES Henry J. Thomas.
21. of Vancouver, and Pearl B. Stltes, 18.
PAULSON PECK Ralph Paulson. 84.
of Portland, and Edythe W. Peck, 29. of
Many pepole suffer attacks by this
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a sharp, stabbing pain, which may "come
and go" or hurt constantly. You may
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small of the back, or down the thigh and
leg to the heel. It Is sometimes mistaken
for sciatica, rheumatism or neuralgia,
which often end in neuritis.
No matter where you have nerve pains
or what caused them, you can get quick
relief without using narcotics or poison.
Just apply Tysmol over the part that
hurts, and in a few minutes the pain will
Tysmol is absorbed, through the pores
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effect upon the diseased nerves, gradu
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Tysmol Co.. Mfg. Chemists, 400 Sutter
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cirboKc by U. S. tt.
yet safe to aie.
Every womaa needs
it safe, dependable,
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I i l
(oday AMUSEMENT PARKS
CHAT NO. 64.
Tou can skate, you can dance, you
can swim at "The Oaks," and you
will find you have hardly begun to
enjoy the multitude of features in
cluded in this great fun center. Best
of all, after picnicking under the
glorious old oak trees you can see
a two-dollar New York show for
10 and 20 cents right here on the
grounds every dav at 3 and 9.
JOHN F. CORDRAT.
Remember Every Wednesday is
Children's Day. Armstrong's Baby
Dolls' Revue is free to every boy
and girl Wednesday matinee..
TINE NEW BILL TODAY.
"SHACKLES OF GOLD."
PHIL ADAMS AND GIRLS. "Mirth,
Melody and Comedy."
CHILDREN ALWAYS 10c.
a?3l milULLUW IHWIITf via
"THE LOVE NEST."
A Speedy Musical Farce.
JCDSON COLE BRITT WOOD
Mile. Rhea Co.
Sweetheart of Dance,
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At Ihe Baker Auction House, Yamhill
and West Park streets Sale at 10 A. M.
Comrades, attend the fun
eral qf our late Comrade W.
E. Hayden, member of Sum
neH post. No. 12. Funeral
from Dunning & McEntee'i
parlors Tuesday, July 18. at
10 A. M. Burial Lone Fir
cemt tery. W. T. Kerr in
C. S. BAKER.
J. W. OG1XBEE,
B. i O. ELKS, No. 142.
Mt mberd are requested to
meet at the chapel of
Finley & Son, this (Tues
day morning, 10 : 30. to
conduct the funeral serv
ices of our late Brother
Harry H. Howland. mem
ber of Deadwood, South
Dakota LodEe. No. 60S.
Visiting members invited to attend.
JVl. MX. SJfA U L.U1INU, secretary.
GUL JtSAZEE GROTTO
Moon.itfht dance aboard
BlM!bird Friday, August 4.
of tickets announced
later. Masonic. Eastern
Star, Prophets and friends
invited. Tickets 55 cents
Read next Sunday's paper.
HARRY A. McRAE.
PORTLAND LOIM3E, 35,
A. F. & A. M. Special Com
munication "Wednesday eve-
g, 8 o'clock, Scottish Rite
Cathedral, Lownsdale and
Morrison. M. M. Degree by-
visiting members of American Institute
of Banking. Visiting Brethren welcome.
Order W. M. H. J. HOUGHTON,
HARMONY LODGE NO.
12. A. F.- AND A. M. Spe
cial communication on Tues
day, July 18, at 10 A. M.t for
the purpose of conducting
the funeral of our late
brother, Harry H. Howland. Members
are requested to attend. Visiting breth
ren welcome. W. M. De LIN, Secy.
NO. 46, A. F. AND A. M.
Special communication Tues
day morning, July 18, 181i2.
at 0 o'clock, E. 8th and
Burnside. to conduct the
funeral of our late brother W. E. Hayden.
Funeral committee please take notice.
All M. M. invited. Autoa needed. Order
W. M. J. H. RICHMOND. Sec.
SUNNYSIDE LODGE, NO
163. A. F. AND A. M. anth
and Hawthorne. Special July
is at i if. Ja. je. a. degree.
All Masons are cordially
invited to attend a dance
on the Swan, Friday, July
B'vt-u Dy aunnyside
napier, uraer OI Le Moiay.
Admission $1. Boat leaves
foot of Eaat Morrison at
9 P. M.
CANTON PORTLAND, NO. 1
P. M., I. O. O. F. Will hold
regular cantonment this (Tues
day) evening. 8 o'clock, Harmony
hall, 012 Williams ave. Impor
tant business and musterin in
Canton No. 18. Visiting chevaliers wel
come. Fatigue uniform.
H. "W. WRIGHT. Captain.
MAJOR B. WOERTEXDYKE. Clerk.
NO. 4. FRATERNAL
ORDER OF EAGLKs.
will hold regular
meeting every Tues
day, 8 o'clock. m
4th, 4th floor.
H. E. MILLER. Sec
CIVIL WAR VETERANS. ATTENTION.
U.ir Tn thin pltv .Illlv IK William
E. Hayden, agen 79 year.; Co. D. 4th Iowa
cavalry: member jtt Sumner Post No. 21.
He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Eliza
beth Hayden, and a son, John T. Hayden
The funeral services will be held Tnes
day, July 18, at 10 A. M.. at the Portland
mortuary, Morrison at 12th St., west aide.
Interment Lone Fir cemetery.
Why worry about the refreshments?
Call George and let him serve Port-O,
the finest of all punches. Wo serve all
assemblies, anywhere any time. Phone
for rates: Office, 618-14; Res., 646-51.
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