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THE MORNING ORECOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922
MANAGER IS NAMED
FOR fJEUTRAL HALL
H. S. Eaton Is Appointed to
Handle Labor on Docks.
SELECTION IS APPROVED
tl rate (or cereal circa and there
has been an active solicitation for
space for October sailing for which
the rata fixed by the shipping: board
Is a minimum of 15 At the fame
time operators report cereal parcels
are being offered at 14.30 for Sep
tember, a premium of 50 cents a ton
over "the going rate, and that may
attract some outside tonnage.
An early reorganization of the
trans-Pacific conference looked for
during- the next two weeks may
send rates even above the IS mark.
a In view of that no time is lost
by shippers in closing- for space Im
mediately on orders being contracted.
T. B. Vaton of Seattle KelfPvcs
Appoint an Local Agrnt or
Pacific Steamhip Co.
Rnundinc out the permanent op
erating organization of the Portland
Vaierfront Kmployers union, an
nouncement was made yesterday of
the selection of H. ii. F-aton. for the
last five years connected with the
J'arific Steamship company, as man
ager. lV:ncident with the step It
was made known that Mr. Eaton
. had severed his connection with the
steamship corporation, and T. B.
"Watson, intercoastal agent for the
company at Seattle. Is his suc-esso
Since the establishment of the
present neutral hall, at 4 and $
Xorlb Fifth strees. which fol',wed
an adjustment of differences be
tween the Waterfront Employers'
union and the longshoremen's
T.uu. the matter of a permanent
ianars for the employer's body. a"
vre.'l aa to supervise the operation of
the hall, has been under serious
Mr. Kates iKsperlearesl.
Mr. Kiton. together with C. D
Kennedy erf the Uregon-an Cor
poration and I A 1'attuHo of Bal
four. Guthrie & Co. were a commit
tee in chjrre of the working- pro
Kra.-ii. and it was because of hi
experience In transportation mat
ters and In dispatching vessels, a
well a his participation in affair
tf the committee, that Mr. I.ato
was cho-en to take up the work.
The attitude of those concerne
In the maintenance of the hall ha
been that it must be regulated
as to Insure Impartial conditions a
to the men and the employers wit
regard to its operation on a bus!
ness basis. Matters having to d
t'h industrial relations are to b
taken care of by Mr. Katon. so th
comm.ttee will be relieved from
pasm on Intimate detaiisx and
with the management made his sole
responsibility the probabilities are
only important questions affecting
policies will be referred to the gov
Ma mm sre r Ilaa (.mm Rerert.
Mr. Hat on was connected with the
Iacific Steamship company here
about a year ago. when he was
transferred to San Francisco as as
istant manager, being returned
here May 1 as general agent. Pre
vious to Joining the steamship or
gamxation he waa connected witk
The change is effective today and
Mr. Watson will be In charge at
the Pacific Steamship company In
terests as to costal and Intercostal
matters at Fortland. He has served
the line from Alaska to San Diego
and is among the best-known steam
ship men on the coast.
X.IGUTSHIP ROUTINE PROBED
Strain Schooner Damaged.
' MAItsrHFIELD. Or.. Aug. 1. (Spe
cial.) The steam schooner Bandon
was damaged here when the craft
was Just tietngr up to the Kastside
mill of the Coos Bay Lumber com
pany. The wheel of the Bandon
picked up a submerged lot; which
tore the blades from the wheel The
tug Klthyam of the port of Handon
came to Coos bay and towed the
Handon to the Coqullle river, where
she finished her lumber cargo and
afterwards wa towed to San Fran
cisco, discharged and then put on
the way for repairs.
rived at 2:10 today from San Francisco
and goes to Portland.
After discharging fuel olr-in Portland
the tank steamer Richmond left at 9
P. M. yesterday for California.
The steam schooner Thomas Crowley
arrived at ft o'clock this morning from
fr'an Francisco and went to Warrenton.
where aha is loading 200.0UO feet of
The steamer Katrina Lorkenbarh. from
New York via San Francisco, arrived at
7:30 o'clock last night and went to Port
Carrying freight and passengers from
Fortland and Astoria, the steamer Rose
City left at 7:30 last jilght for San Fran
cisco. The steamer Forest King arrived at
6:30 last nisht from Sa'n Pedro and pro
ceeded to Portland.
Bringing a cargo of fuel oil. the tank
steamer H. T. Harper arrived at 8:3
this morning from California and will
discharge at Astoria and Portland.
GRATS HARBOR. Wash.. Aug. 1.
(Special.) Steamer Svea arrived at 8
o'clock thla morning from Sao Fran
cisco to take cargo at the Wilson mill at
The steamer San Jacinto reached port
COUPLE HELD BIGAMISTS
WIFE SAID TO HAVE MAR
Brooklyn Pair Bound Over to
Grand Jury on Charges Pre-
ferred by Cripple.
Voucher Clerk of Federal Zone
Makes Personal Survey.
Wishing to get into Intimate touch
with life aboard, a Ughtvessel and
the manner of carrying out the rou
tine at sea. K. Horton. voucher
clerk at the headquarters office of
the Seventeenth Lighthouse district.
spent Id days on the Swtftsure bank
lightship and on his return yester
day said he had gained an insight
Into numerous features. He says
there was considerable fog at sea
during- his visit. While to many the
summer season aboard one of the
sentinels guarding shipping- might
prove attractive. Mr. Horton realizes
that the winter period offers a pro
gramme that at times Is of a differ
The lighthouse tender Rose is
scheduled to leave Astoria for Port
!snd today and on the way will es
tablish a new aid at Fisher island.
whi she will deliver oil supplies
to various beacon keepers. There
are some aids to be overhauled as
well, only a few spar buoys were
removed this season to protect them
from freshet damage and they have
all been replaced. Since the high
water some new structures have
been put in and old ones repaired, se
in the main, the river aids are held
to be In satisfactory order.
STEAMER LONG IX SERVICE
People of Bandon Loyal to Craft
18 Year on Coast Hon.
M.VP.?H FIELD. Or- Aug. 1. Spe
ctaL) At Bandon they like to dis
cuss the fine service the steamer
K. xaletn has given that port since
she was put on the run between
Handon and San Francisco In 1904,
more than IS years) ago. The Elisa
beth was built at Oakland espe
cially for the Coquiiie river and San
Francisco run and never had made
but one trip to a port other than
Snn Francisco. She took one cargo
of salmon to the Columbia river.
The people of Bandon faithfully
have given the steamer their pat
ronage, both In passenger and
freight traffic from the sooth and
north, while she kept up her trips
for some years, at times when the
lumber businesw was not thriving.
Captatn Olson, her present Mctp
per. has been master of the Elisa
beth for the last 15 years. The
Klixabeth made her 600th round trip
between her two ports recently. She
Is owned by K. and K. T. Kruae &
Co. of San Francisco.
WEST O'nOWA LEAVES TODAY
r--e-l in Join Fleet of Columbia
Coming to Portland to Join the
feet of the Columbia Pacific Shlp
t'.nar company In the trans-Pacific
trade, as arranged for and announced
a few days ago. the steamer West
u'Rowj Is to leave San Francisco
tomorrow, telegrsphic advices hav
ing been received to that effect by
J. W. Crichton. of the division of
operation. The ship roes on the
berth for August loading- and her
sailing date has been tentatively
f.xd for September 1.
The crew bringing- the West
O'Rowa north is to be transferred
aboard the Montague, at present
with the dtsengajred fleet, and will
take her to San Francisco, as she
ii been assigned to Struthers A
n.trrv for the oriental trade out of
there. I: has been understood that
the steamer Pawlet will follow her
south, though definite orders have
:iot been Issued officially for her
Vessels of the Columbia Pacifia
feet sailing in August and Septem
ber .have been large; booked on the
Sailing of Iralda Delayer!.
Work of rearranging the cabin of
the steamer Iralda being- unfinished.
he win not go on her first trip to
The Dailes today, as planned by the
Harkins line. The steamer Madeline
i on the route, making; three trips
a week, and with the Iralda it la
intended to maintain a dally service.
If the work permits the steamer
will leave Friday, otherwise her
schedule will be started Monday.
Th ruteh steamer Eemdyk of the
Hoi iand-America line, got away for Sin
Francisco on her wy back to Antwerp
The ateamer Knoxvllle Cltv. of the
Isthmian fleet, which brousht Intercoastal
freight that waa landed at terminal No.
1. heale.l seaward late yesterday after
noon, bound for Puget sound to work re
The steamer Georglna Rolph. which
returned to the harbor Sunday because
of trouble with a throttle valve, got away
yesterday afternoon for an Francisco
ana ban Pedro.
Representatives of Portland flour mills
left .ast night for Tacoma to attend
meeting of the North Pacific Milling as
sociation, called lor today.
E. P. Williams has been signed sboard
tne steamer (...aire as master, succeeding
v. r. iieguaie.
The steamer, Ryder Han If jr. working a
inmoer cargo tor San Pedro delivery
shifted from the Clark A Wllaon mill t
Vancouver early yesterday, and last Bight
twcwiw to auna.
The steamer Thomas P. Real of the
Crowell 4 Thurlow fleet, waa diiiMirli.il
irom tne narbor at daybreak yesterday on
" return is .North Atlantic coast porta
The Dutch steamer TJlleboet. working
cargo for far eastern ports In the Inter
est of the Java-Pacific flag, moved yes
terday Irora terminal No. 4 to the East
em Western mill.
The Japanese steamer Mandasan llirn
finished discharging Inward oriental cargo
- terminal .o. yesterday and is sched
uled lo shift early today to the Southern
Pacific aiding to start workine lumher
fur the return to Japan.
The steamer Forest Kins nrdererf here
for a lumber load to be discharged at
Pedro, started the cargo at the
Eastern A Western mill yesterdav.
The British steamer Mor.a-ollan Prlnc.
arriving yesterday morning, called first
at Columbia dock, then shifted to Irving
dock In the afternoon to load cereal con
signments for the United Kingdom.
The motorahlp Babinda. laden wltb
general freight for San Francisco and
San Pedro, departed laat night.'
The steamer Pt'JV Matthews here n
load lumber for California, left Mont.
(ornery dock for St. Helens yesterday.
The steamer Katrina Lurkenhx-h rti..
charged eastern cargo at terminal No. 1
ye.i.riay. and It Is planned to stow re
turn shipments sboard so that she can
steam from the harbor tonight.
The motorshlo H. T. Harner. .r Ihe
Standard oil company's line. Came Into
port yesterday from San Pedro and went
to Wl,, bridge to pump aa-hore liquid fueL
Pacific toast Shipping Notes.
(By Chicago Tribune Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK. AuaT. 1. Mrs. Hazel
Oreenbaum and Joseph Greenbaum
of Manhattan were held by Magis
trate Dowd in the Adams-street
court. Brooklyn, for the grand jury
on charges of bigamy.
Mrs. Greenbaum. who weighs 230
pounds, is 26 years old. Nine years
ago. according to Leon Greenbaum,
from San Pedro last night to load at the she was married to him. Green
K K. Wood mill at Hoqulam. I baum had lost both legs in an acci-
The steamer Catherine O. Sudden ar- I Hpnt. at that time he was 34 vears
rived from San Francisco at 1 P. M. ,d h )d d ,h h d , h
to toad at the Grays Harbor mill at Ho- - ' .,.
quiam dren. They lived happily together
The steamer Florence Olson arrived inr eigin jn-nr. v ucu ue siainu
from San Francisco at 2:30 o'clock for divorce proceedings against her.
the Western mill at Aberdeen. . I naming? his brother Joseph.
The steamer West Jessup wss due to- I iP. r t,m H i ,t nn. .nndf
night from Port Ludlow to load for the f he ac.tion and )eavinR the children
"ThrTt'eimer Deico ahlfted this mom- ! her husband, went to Free
ing from the Aberdeen Lumber Shlng'e hold. N. J.. It Is alletred. On De-
mililcember 1. 191, according- to Leon,
coinpany'a mill to the Northwester:
TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. 1. The Stan
wood arrived at Tacoma early this morn
Ing from Ran Francisco, via sound ports.
with freight for the Baker dork arm
Tacoma smelter. The Stanwood will load
lumber here for San Pedro.
The Arisonlan of the United American
line clue here Wednesday from Europe
sill not make Tacoma until Sunday or
Monday, present reports Indlcat
she returned to Brooklyn and was
married to Joseph under a false
lame. They returned to Freehold.
were arrested there and brought to
Brooklyn on the bigamy charge.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Air. 1. Arrived at S
A. M.. steamer Forest King, from San
The Perblay of the General Steamship I Pedro. Arrived at 11 A. M., Brltli
line shifted, to Seattle this morning to
Isy. She brought a cargo of ore Here from
west coast Dorta.
The Hrookdale. due here next week
from the north, has whale oil to discharge
at the North Pacific Sea Products com
pany dock. The oil Is from Akutan. where
the company has one of their- whaling
The Walter Luekenbaeh from NfV
Tnrk arrived at the St. Paul mill early
this morning and sailed In the afternoon
steamer Mongolian Prince from Tacoma.
Arrived at 8 A. M.. steamer Katrina
Luekenbaeh. from New Tork and way
ports. Arrived at 7:45 P. M:, motorhip
H. T. Harper, from San Pedro. Sailed
4 A. M., steamer Thos. P. BeaL for
Baltimore and way ports. Sailed at It
A. M., steamer Georgina Rolph. for San
Pedro via San Francisco. Sailed at S
P. M.. steamer Knoxvllle City, for Jsew
Tork and Boston. Sailed at 6 P. M ,
motorshlp Babinda. for San Pedro via
for east coast porta. The steamer picked I San Francisco. Sailed at 10 P. M., Dutch
up a consignment of lumber here. I steamer Eemdijk, for Antwerp and way
The Chilllwaek from British Columbia I ports.
arrived at the smelter this morning wttn
about BOO tons of cargo. The vessel will
sail Wednesday morning.
COOS BAT. Or.. Aug. 1. (Special.
Steamboat Inspectors Astrop and Mc
Donald, who yesierdsy looked over the
tug Fearless, held here at the expense
of the port of Coos Bay and lumber
Interests, declared thetug undermanned
and ordered an additional mate, assist
ant engineer and fireman. This arrange
ment would make the cost of help $425
greater than at present: Captain Har
vey said he would avoid this expense by
changing the license from a coastwise
to a port permit.
The Smith terminal dock Is to have
an electric crane for use of lumber
shippers who desire to load from that
dock to the Admiral Goodrich or other
vessels reaching this port which want
small amounts of lumber.
The gasoline schooner Tramp arrived
this forenoon from Rogue river at 11 :05,
bringing a cargo of fish from the vted-
derburn cannery. '
On the sal. ing of the Admiral Goodrich
In Aatorl nmhiKlv on Thundiv. she
will carrv out of here salmon that has land, for New Vora ana way ports. Ar
been Dackrd for three vears to be de- I rived at 7 A. M.. steamer Memnon, from
llvered somewhere on the Columbia river. Portland, for South America ports. Ar-
The United States steamer Lydonia rivea at 7 A. ll , steamer Joiian Fouisen.
went to sea at 10:S0 A. M. to take up from Columbia river. Arrived at 10 A. M
the surveying she has been engaged In I steamer Lewis Luekenbaeh. frofn Port
on this section of the coast. land, for New lock. Sailed at noon.
The Coos Bit Lumber comnanv la ex- steamer Jeptna. rrom Arlca, lor Puget
pectmg the steamer Johanna Smith in I sound ana Portiand.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1. Arrived
Matsonia. from Honolulu. 7:5 A. M :
Dorothy Alexander, from Seattle. - 9:05
A. M. ; John Poulsen. from Astoria. 8:10
A. M. ; Julia Luekenbaeh, from Everett
10:1.1 A. M.; Acme, from Bandon. 11:30
A. M. : Bandon. from Bandon, 11:S0 A
M. ; Paralso. from Aberdeen. 12:55 P.
M. : Elisabeth, from Bandon, 4:30 P. M,
Sailed: A rl ion an. for Seattle. 13:05
A. M. : Horace X. Baxter, for Seattle,
2:50 P. M. ; Wspama. for Portland. 1:13
A. M. : Jeptha. for Seattle. 11:45 A. M
William F. Herrin. for Seattle. 1:20 P.M
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1. Sailed al
midnight, steamer Robin Adair, from
Portland, for New York and way porta
Sailed at midnight, ateamer Arixonan.
rrom G.asgow, for Puget sound and
Portland. sailed at 1 A. M., steamer
Wapama, for Columbia river. Arrived at
2 A. M.t steamer Santa. Rosa, from New
York, for Portland and Puget sound. Ar
rived at 3 A. M.. steamer Henry S.
Grove, from New York, for Portland and
Puget sound. Arrived at A. M. steam
er Ohioan. from Bellingham via Port
ASTORIA. Or.. Aug. 1. (Sneclal.l
among the steamers listed to take en
cargo at the Astoria port terminals dur
ing tne coming tew days are: Katrina
Luekenbaeh. I-OOO cases of salmon for
New lork; Anxonian. 550 tons of flour
for Europe: t'nlta, hunker coal for Mon
treal: Mongolian Prince, roo.ooo feet of
spruce lumber for the United Kingdom;
LtmdUk. mild cured salmon for Eu
rope; Hawaiian. 250. 00O feet of fir lum
ber and general merchandise for New
Tork: West Mahwah. :.1".000 feet of
arruce lumber and general merrhandiae
for Australia: Boren. 400.000 feet of
spruce lumber and general merrhandiae
A Benson Lumber company's ocean
going log raft crossed out at :lo this
morning and Is being towed to San Diego
by the lag Sea I. Ion. which was assisted
outside by the tug Oneonta. The raft
contains about S.OOO.OOO feet of fir and
rarrlea a deckload of cedar poles. It Is
na second one to be taken south this
season, and will be followed by a third
one the latter part of this month.
After taking on freight In Portland
he steamer. Thomas P. Beal left at 12:15
oday for Baltimore via Puget sound and
The Associated Oil comnanv's tank
teamer Dllworth is due from California
with fuel oil for Portland.
The gasoline schooner E. L Smith left
this afternoon for Silets after loading
eneral merchandise and road bulldlna
n.ateriaL Including five tons of dynamite.
The steam schooner Annette Rolph ar-
port thla evening from Bay Point.
BELLINGHAM. Wash.. Aug. 1. The
steamship Orleans arrived here this
morning for a lumber cargo. Other ves
sels now loading lumber here are the
Virginia Olsen and the Atlce Cook. A:l
will clear within a week.
The lumber cargo shipments from this
port for July broke ail previous records.
13..0.u0 feet being shipped In 12 car
goes. The shipments went to Japan
ST. HELENS. Aug. 1. Passed at 7:50
A. M., British steamer Mongolian Prince
NEWPORT NEWS. July 31. Arrived:
British steamer Elrene Ariadne, from
CRISTOBAL July 30. Arrived: Brit
ish steamer City of Rangoon, from Hull,
for Pacific coast ports.
ANTWERP. July 31. Arrived: Nor-
Honolulu. San Pedro west coast points I ..!.n
and Atlantic seaboard points. I i
SAN PEDRO. Aug. 1. Arrived: Ad-
1 Officials I mlral Farragut, from San Diego. 8 P. M :
Te Arrive at rertaaas.
t-a From. Data.
Admiral Goodric. ..San Fran. ...Aug 1
imaioer ..Hatavla Aug. 8
West Jeasup ........ Buenoa AlraaAug 4
tee oyacer New York Am. S
Hattle Luekenbaeh.. N. Orleans. .. Aua. 5
Henry & Grovs .....New York.. ..Aug. S
nxarea ........... urooe Auk. h
Mobile Clty........Pugtrt Sound.Aug. u
K..ee 'ity Sao Fran. ...Aug.
dmlral Farragut. .Dan Diego. ..Aug. I
MnaD Prince orient Aug lu
Boren ............ .Australia ....Aug. 20
Jeptna South Am.... Aug. 2il
Mississippi Bordeaux ...Aug. 25
Te Depart Freea Parllaa.
Vessel For Data
Senator ........... .San Diego ...Aug.
trina Luckenb b-.Vew York. ...Aug. 2
SunaJoer .......... .orient Aug. 4
Xjl.eboet ....Orient Aug. 4
ucttiral Goodrich . . s. F. and way. Aua. 4
Mongolian Prince . . fclurope .. . . . . Aug. e
Waal Jeasup So. America. .Aua
Hams Lut-kenbech. .Mew York. ..Aua. 7
Heary 8. Grove .....New Tork. ...Aug. 7
dmlrii Ismfst ..?an Diego. ..Aug. w
ose City .....San Fran... .Aug.
Dgarva Europe Aua. 15
B-eriaa Prince ....Kuropi ......Aug re
Boren .....Australia ....Aua. 2
J-ptha s. America.. . Aug. l'
isaissippl ........ . Europe ......Aug. 2v
V easels la Part.
Vessel Berth. -
.St. He, ens
.Kasiern e Western.
. Inman-pouieen a
.Victoria rinlnhtn .
tatrins l.uckenbaca. i ermmal No. 1. "
Mandasan Maru Sou. Pacific aid:ng
averaaios ...O-W. dock.
Mongolian Prince. ... 1 rvmg dock.
uregoa Pine Peninsula mllL
Oregon Kir ......... Pemname mi.l
Senator .Terminal No. 2
Ryder Hanify Wauna.
rjneboet Eastern a Western
Umta .............. Irtitan-Poulaen's
Wahkeena West port.
Cloatng time for the trans-Pacific mails
at the Portland main poetofrtre la aa
follows tone hour earlier at Station G
Oak street): '
For Australia and New Zealand 11 -aa
P. M.. August 2. per ateamer Maungaaul
trom San Francisco
For Hawaii and Phlllrplnea. 7:4s s o
Aucust I. per steamer Thomas, from' San
For Chins. Japan and the Philippines
I II P. M, August 4. per steamer Pres
ident Msdlson. from 8ea:t!e.
For Hawaii. 7:45 P. M . August 7 per
stsamer Ma'sonia. from San Francisco
For China. Japan and Fhu.pp;nee.
ll.M P. it.. August . per steamer Im
press of Asia frja Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug.
of the eight San Francisco shipping com- Daisy Putnam, from Columbia river, 10:15
panics involved in tne trans-pacmc rate p. M. : J. B. Stetson, from Grave Harbor:
war are expecting a conterence wim oper- San Diego, from Tacoma: Daisy, from
ators or the northwest porta either late Coos bay, 5:S0 A. M.; Prentiss, from A1-"
thls week or rarly next. An agreement bion. 6 A. M. ; Saginaw, from Port Ange-
nas seen stgneo ny tne nortnern oper- i lea via San Francisco.
ators and will be brought here to be I Sailed: Yale, for San Francisco.
used In the conference, which will be held I P. M. ; Hattie Luekenbaeh. for Portland
In San Francisco. I and Seattle via San Francisco. 10 A. M.:
1 ne norinern peace treaty follows tne I M . f. Milter, tor point v ells. 5:40 A. M.
linen of one recently adopted by the north I R. J. Hanna. for San Francisco. 8 A. M
Atlantic and far east conference shippers Celiio. for Portland via San Francisco. 6
in New York, it provides ror liquidated l p. Solano, for Portland, 5:4t P. M.
damages double the amount of freight I Grave harbor, for San Francisco. 12 noon
Involved In a breach: maximum broker-I Bertie M. Hanloa. for San Francisco.
age or 1 per cent: arbitration before a I 2 P. M
specified body f agreed arbitratora: de
posit of S25.0X1O guarantee by all parties
lo the agreement.
Daniel G. Cook, traffic manager of the
General Steamship corporation. Pacific
roast agents of the French line, today
announced the addition of two steamers
to the European Pacific coast service, af
fording bi-monthly salllna out of Pa
cific ports, during Seprember and Octo
ber, during 4he heavy shipments of fruit
and canned goods to Europe.
The Nevada sailed from Havre for San
Francisco tortay. The Indiana will leave I TACOMA. Wash.. Aur. 1 Arrived?
ine same port septemoer 1. xnese will stanwood. from San Frrtfielsco. 12 A M
be supplementary vessels to the regular motorship Charlie Watson, from San
rrenrn l:eet. I Francisco. 11 A. !.: Walter Luekenbaeh
The steamer Alaska, latest addition to I from New York. 4 A. M.: Chilllwaek
tne rerular fleet, sailed from Bordeaux I from Oranby. B. C . 12:45 A. M
July 2... on her maiden voyage to San I Sailed: Derblay, for Seattle, 8 A. M.
ASTORIA. Aug. 1. Sailed at 8 last
night, steamer Richmond, for San Pedro.
Arrived at 8:o." and left up at 9: "JO A. M.,
motorship H. T. Harper, from San Pedro.
Arrived at A. M.. steamer Thos. Crow
ley, from San Francisco. Sailed at S:10
A. M., tug Sea Lion, towing log rafr. for
San Diego. Sailed at noon, steamer Thos.
P. Beal. for Baltimore and way ports.
Arrived at 2:10 and left up at 3:30 P. M..
steamer Annette Rolph. from 3an Fran
nnette Kolph . . .
aisy Mathews ...
f laace .........
H. T Harpr ,
1 OUMiee n Mars .
K. . Kruse. . . .
Francisco. She la a vessel "of H1.00O dead
weight tons and speed of 12 knots. She
Is expected to strive August 5.
SAN PEDRO. Aug. 1. The freighter
riaitie i.uckenbacn sailed today for San
Francisco after discharging a record
cargo at this port.
The lumber schooner Datsv Putnam ar
rived nere toiay Trom the Columbia river
with .l.ono.ouo feet of lumber.
The Williams-Diamond freighter Will,
faro will discharge 8200 tons of steel at
the local port. Her cargo consists prin
cipally of steel ' girders, rails and pig
SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 1. The Ad
miral line, steamship President McKinicy
arrived this afternoon with 148 pasarn
gers in her saloon accommodations and
117 Chlnefe In her steerage. Her cargo
ineiuuen j.mm pales of raw silk and man
ufactured silk goods.- also a big consign
ment of tea loaded at Keelung and
Shimldxa. The ship averaged 17.4 knots
an nour across the Pacific.
Captatn O. J. Humphrey, veteran nav
igator, who a few months ago announced
nis retirement trom a seafaring life. Is
again to command a ship Responding
to a telegram from his friend, James A.
Farrell of the United Statea Steel cor
poration, he has come out of retire
ment and Is speeding to Philadelphia,
where he will take command of the
steamship Fairfield of the Isthmian line.
which ia making ready to carry an ini- I Re ih. Rfin Cen-r-il... a i
portent cargo to the Philippines and ,t-v.. i,.. r- .
Admiral Dewey, for San Francisco
Brush, from New York, during night;
Walter Luekenbaeh, from New York, 4
GRAYS HARBOR. Wash., Aug. 1.
Arrived: Steamers Svea and San Jacinto,
from San Francisco.
Sailed: Steamers Willie A Hlggin. Nt-
naiem. William Donovan, Monday night,
but fogbound; cleared bar o P. M. yes
SAX DIEGO. Aug. 1. Sailed: Steamer
Admiral Farragut. for Portland and
way points. 12:45 P. M. ; steamer Oleum,
for San Pedro, 12:0 P. M. : steamer
Multnomah, for Astoria, 5 P. M.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 1. Arrived:
Eldorado, from New Orleans. 6:30 p. M
President McKinley, from Manila, 3:15
Sailed: H. F. Alexander, for San Pedro.
4 P. M.; - Juneau for Anchorage. 3:H0
P. M. ; Walter Luekenbaeh. for New
York. 12:.".0 A. M .-'.Muki: teo. for Ta
coma, 1 1 :0U A. M.
JUNEAU. Alaska. Aug. 1. Sailed:
Princess Louise, southbound, 0:30 A. M
PETERSBURG. Alaska. Aur. 1
Sailed: Everett, southbound, 6 A. M.
Ship Ueports by Radio.
San Pedro, south at Cape Blanco, 8 P.
at., July 80.
SIERRA, Bellingham for San Pedro,
5S miles from Bellingham, at 8 F. M-.
July SO. .
OHIOAN, Portland for San Frarrcisco,
four miles south of Cape Mendocino at
TUO SEA MONARCH, San Francisco
for Seattle, 210 miles north of San
E. D. KINGSLEY, San Francisco for
Victoria, 390 miles north of San Fran
cisco. WEST IRA, Honolulu for Balboa, 780
miles east of Honolulu. July 80.
MANULANI. Hilo for San Francisco, 14
miles from Hllo, July 80.
DEWEY, San Pedro for Yokohama,
2008 miles west of San Pedro, July 80.
MAUI. San Francisco for Honolulu,
157H miles from San Francisco, July SO.
STEKU .M A I, f. IV, oau r-earo lor xoko-
noon. Julv 80.
HIApBS, San Peoro for Honolulu, 1767
miles from San Pedro, July 80.
LEVANT ARROW, Shanghai for San
Francisco. 149 miles wee of San Fran
cisco. July 30.
FRANK G. DRTJM. Gavlota for Hono
lulu, 1875 miles west of Gavlota, July SO.
TASCALUSA, San Francisco for Singa
pore, 1618 miles west of San Francisco,
STANDARD ARROW, Shanghai for
San Francisco. 1407 miles west of San
Frsncisco. July 30.
HAROLD DOLLAR, Kobe for San
Francisco, 438 miles from San Francisco,
COL E. L. DRAKE. Honolulu for
Richmond. 1578 miles from Richmond,
BARON OGILVY, Port Arthur for
Shanghai, 740 miles southwest of San
Fnnrisro. July 30,
MATSONIA. Honolulu for San Fran
Cisco. 505 miles from San Francisco,
WAIRCNA, Papeete for San Francisco,
531 miles from San Francisco, July so.
ALGONQUIN. Yokohama for Sa
Pedro. 705 miles from San Pedro, July 30,
, MELVILLE DOLLAR. Baltimore for
San Pedro. 240 miles from San Pedro,
.Inlv so. i
ROBIN GOOPFELLOW, San Pedro for
New York, 610 miles MutQ ol Kan Pedro,
ACME. San Francisco for New York,
S5S miles south of San Francisco, July 30.
SANTA ROSA. San Pedro for San
Francisco. 48 miles south of San Fran
MANUKAI. San Francisco for Hono
lulu. 663 milee from Pan Francisco. a
WILLFARO. Coos Bay for San Pedro,
1S miles north of San Pedro.
LA PLACENTIA. San Pedro for Mar-
tines. 106 miles from Martinez.
EL SEGUNDO. barge 93 in tow, 8an
Pedro for San Francisco, 80 miles from
SIERRA, Bellingham for San Pedro
722 miles from Bellingham.
DOROTHY ALEXANDER. Victoria for
San Francisco, 198 miles from San Fran
J. A. MOFFETT. Point Wells for
Richmond. 4o9 miles from Richmond
ALBERTOLITE, Imperial in tow, Ta
lara for Vancouver, 426 miles south of
ban r ranclsco. noon.
EMPIRE ARROW, Beaumont for
Richmond, 600 miles south of San Fran
CASIANA, San Pedro for Seattle. 31
miles south of Point Concepcion..
RICHMOND. Portland for San Pedro,
800 mllen from San Pedro.
YOSEMITE. Port Ludlow for San
r ranclsco, 45 miles from Port Ludlow.
CHARLIE WATSON. Richmond for
point Wells. 45 miles from Point Wella
SANTA. INEZ, San Francisco for Se
attie. 04 miles north of CaDe Blanco.
ELDORADO, San Francisco for Seattle,
ovo nines nortn or san Francisco.
H. T. HARPER. Richmond foe Port
land. 100 miles south of Column), river.
CANADIAN FARMER, Ocean Falls for
san fenro. .0 miles north of San Pedro.
AU w l UALK. Aberdeen for New York
523 miles south of Grays Harbor, at
ENTERPRISE. San Franelwn for Hilo
tiu miles west of San Francisco.
By Federal Telegraph Company
PRESIDENT JEFFERSON. Seattle for
Yokohama, 3304 miles west of Seattle,
VENTURA. San Francisco for Rvrinev.
275 miles southwest of San Francisco,
PRESIDENT LINCOLN. San Francisco
for Yokohama, 940 miles west of Hono
lulu. July so.
WEST CHOPAKA. Manila for San
Pedro. Z5i'S miles west of San Pedro.
July 80. '
HOMER, San Pedro for Shanghai. 1380
miles west of San Pedro. Julv 30.
BOHEMIAN CLUB. San Francisco for
Honolulu, l6 miles west of San Fran
Cisco, July 30.
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA. Van
couver for Yokohama, latitude 50:09
north, longitude 143:02 west.
SONOMA. Sydney for San Francisco.
117 miles southwest of San Francisco.
YORBA LINDA. San Pedro for Toku-
yama, 7H5 miles from San Pedro at noon.
LYMAN STEWART. Oleum tor Se
attle. 4!i miles from Seattle
LA PURISIMA. Portland for Oleum.
oa mnes nortn or oleum.
HENRY S. GROVES. San Pedro for
San Francisco. 57 miles north of San
NORTHLAND. San Francisco for Bel
lingham, 315 miles north of San Fran
FRANK M. BUCK. Port Costa for
Gavlota, 181 miles south of San Fran
. PARA ISO, Grays Harbor for San Fran
cisco, 110 miles north of San Francisco.
LA BREA, San Francisco for San
Pedro, sailed at 8:30 P. M.
TWO HOUSES DISSOLVED IN
. 1917 RECONVENED.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
9:11 A. M...8.0 feet3:03 A. M...0.2 foot
9:00 P. M...8.3 feet2:52 P. M...2.6 feet
Report From Mouth of Columbia.
NORTH HEAD. Aug. 1. Condition of
the sea at 5 P. 51.. smooth; wind, north
POLL TAX VOTE INSURED
Enough Valid Signatures Found
on Initiative Petition.
OLYMPIA. Wash., Aug. V (Spe
cial.) The initiative bill calling
for repeal of the poll- tax will ap
pear on the ballot this fall, it hav-
fingr sufficient valid signatures,
Charles A. Foster, superintendent of
the election division, notified Sec
retary of State Hinkle today. The
total number of signatures attached
to the measure was 53,089, of which
8739 were uncertified and 102 were
duplicates, leaving the net legal
signatures at 43,288. All bills re
quired 39.941 valid . signatures.
which Is 10 per cent -of the vote
for governor at the last election.
The check has not been completed
on the "30-10" school apportionment
The steamship Hattle . Luekenbaeh Is
due here about Auaust 10 with 12K tons
of freight originating at gulf porta She
will load outward cargo here for Port
Arthur and Houston. Texas.
' The steamship William Champion has
been chartered by the Luekenbaeh service
for Its gulf roast fleet and will sail from
Mobile for the Pacific coast August 20.
According to advices from Japan. 264
vessels of various sixes, all previously
engaged in world trade, were Idle at
Japanese ports the first week of July.
The deflation of Japanese tonnage de
mand Is ssid to be due largely to the un
liable condition of the European financial
PORT TOWNSEND. Wash.. Aug. 1
Seventy-one days from Ixihllos. Peru. 3J
of which were spent off Cape Flattery,
th schooner J. W. ilise arrived this
morning. The CHse will shift to Seattle
Wednesday to await orders. Her bottom
la covered with a luxurious grow:h of
sea vegetation, which accounts for her
slow paseage. Upon arriving at Seattle
she will be docked and her bottom
In the Inter-coastal aervlee the ateam
er Felix Taussig sailed this morning for
ports on the Atlantic withlumber loaded
at Seattle. Tacoma and Everett. Her
cargo totals more than 4.000.000 feet.
With part cargo loaded at Seattle and
Tacoma, the steamer Brush. In -the Inter-coastal
service of the Nawseo line,
sailed this morning for east coast ports.
She will complete cargo at Portland and
The Oregonlan publishes practi
cally all of thoewant ads printed In
the other three Portland papers. In
addition to thousands of exclusive
advertisements not printed, In any
other locaU paec
(The Radio Corporation of America.
eo-operatian with the United States pub
lic health service and the Seamen's
Church institute, win receive requests for
medical or surgical advice through its
i. r-M Ban r rancisco elation without cost).
All positions reported at 8 P. 51. Mon
day unless otherwise indicated:
PRESIDENT LINCOLN. Honolulu for
toxonama. mu miles trom Honolulu,
PRESIDENT JEFFERSON. Seattle for
Yokohama. 4304 miles from Seattle,
CANADIAN PROSPECTOR. Vancouver
fot Shanghai. 2387 miles from Flattery,
BROOK DALE. Akutan for Everett, 111
miles from Akutan. July 80.
' KUREHA MARU. Bellingham for
Yokohama. 150O miles from Tatooah,
STARR. I yak for Uganik. 20 miles
trom I yak. July 30.
BL'K.N'SIDE, V. S. army transport, Val
(ex for Seattle. 1115 miles from Seattle,
REDWOOD." Squaw Harbor for Hoo
nah. 20 miles west of Cape Spencer,
ADSIIIAI. EVANS. southbound. 73
mile from Cape Spencer, July 80.
FRED BAXTER. Everett for San Pe
dro, 91 miles from San Pedro.
FOREST KING. Ssn Pedro for Port
land. 60 miles from Portland.
ANNETTE ROLPH. Portland for San
Francisco. 144 miles south of Columbia
ED KINGSLEY. ISO miles north San
Francisco, at 8 P. M., July 80.
ANNETTE ROLPH. 250 miles north of
San Francisco, at 8 P. M . July 80.
CANADIAN OBSERVER. 207 miles
north of a San Francisco, at 8 P. M..
NIAGARA, Honolulu for Suva. 428
miles from Honolulu, July 30.
CANADIAN FARMER, Ocean fails for.
First Session After Recess of Five
Vears, However, Develops
Split and Friction.
PEKIN. Aug. 1. (By the Associ
ated Press.) The old republican
miles east of Yokohama, I , , , . i. - .' n , t
j tne militarists in 1917, reassem
bled today with a quorum and im
mediately began the transaction of
The opening of the, parliament. It
Is believed, .will weaken the cause
of Sun Yat Sen, deposed president
of South China, who had attempted
to prevent southern members at
tending its revival. -
When a rollcall in both houses
showed that each had a quorum it
was decided to take up business at
the point where it was dropped five
yea'rs ago. when the military saber
swept aside the constitutional gavel.
Discussion of .a permanent constitu
tion for the country is expected to
be an early item on the programme.
A split between the north and south
members developed at the first ses
sion today on the attitude to be
adopted toward the minority sec
tion of parliament that established
the Canton government, as well as
toward the legislative body which
succeeded the constitutional parlia
ment at Pekin, when the militarists
drove out the latter.
As sopn as the house convened
Speaker Wu Ching-Lien urged that
the five-year lapse be considered as
a recess. This course, if adopted,
would totally ignore the acts of the
members of the southern minority
who met .t Canton last year and
elected Sun Yat Sen "president of
China," while its apparent effect
would be repudiation of Sun by the
members who voted for him in the
When Speaker Wu asked the
house to proceed to tbe adoption of i
a constitution the storm of debate!
broke. The southerners charged the
northern members with treachery in
permitting themselves to be dis
solved by the militarists.
The speaker led the orators for
the north, declaring that all acts
since dissolution were illegal, and
particularly the election of Sun Yat
No vote was reached today and
adjournment was taken subject to
the call of the speaker.
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Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai
Hongkong and Batavia, Java
ON OR ABOUT AUGUST 3, 1922
First-class to Japan, $226; Hongkong or hanghai, $293; Ba
tavia, Java, $360. Large roomy cabins arid excellent cuisine.
.Apply to General S. S. Corpn., Railway Exchange, Portland.
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Ftr.TT. TRIANGLE July 28 Aua-. 1 Alls. 6
AKTIGAS Auk. 13 Aug. IS Aug:. 20
LEU1GH ' Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept, 6
HASTBOrND FROM PORTLAND
S.S. WABASH Auitust 10 ARTIGAS Sept. 18
S.S. COLD HARBOR August 18 l.KHII.n Oct.
S.S. BLUE TRIANGLE Sept. 4 I BRtSH Oct. 18
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FOREST ROAD INSPECTED
Harry M. White Returns From
Harry M. White, inspector of the
Columbia national lorest in Wash
ing-ton, returned last week-end from
a trip through the forest, surveying
the work of the government agents
engaged in doing road and trail
Greater accessibility to the Goose
lake and Mount Adams districts is
being made possible by surveys of
new roads being made by the bureau
of roads. Improvement work is
under way on the road leading from
Guler to Goose lake. Another new
road southwest from the lake is
being constructed Ndown Panther
creek to connect with the Wind
river valley. .. .
POLL TAX RETURNS CUT
Report Shows $875,254 Collected
From April to August.
OLYMPIA. Wash., Aug. 1. (Spe
cial.) Poll tax figures issued today
by State Treasurer Babcock show
$875,254 collected from April to
August of this year, in comparison
with $1,795,539 last year in the same
This fall of 50 per cent i reflected
in the returns from virtually every
county, no county showing an equal
amount this- year as compared with
Anglers Are Fined.
J. Klander of Portland was ar
rested July 23 by Wardens Meads
and McDaniel on a charge of an
cling with, more than one line in
he Clackamas river, it was an
nounced here yesterday. He was
f ned $25 at Oregon City on July 31.
!r. E. H. Prehn of Molalla was ar-
ested July 29 by Wardens Cornell
and Brown on a charge of taking
undersized trout from the Molalla
river, and was fined $25 at Oregon
City on July 31.
North China Line
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Operating United States Government Ships
DIRECT FREIGHT SERVICE WITHOUT
rOU'l'LAN L, OREGON
YOKOHAMA, KOBE, SHANGHAI,
TSINGTAO, TIENTSIN (TAKU BAB).
iitvu i v i:t i n miiip.v
0.S.S.B. 63. Hannawa Aug. U.S.S.B. SS. West Keats. .Sept. 6
Shanghai, Manila and Hongkong -
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MERGER IS DECIDED
Central Body to Unite With
CINCINNATI, Aug. 1. Announce
ment was made here today by John
R. ONeil. president of the Yellow
Pine Wholesalers' association, com
prising leading wholesalers of yel
low .pine lumber in the central
country, that the association had
decided to effect a merger with the
American Wholesale Lumber asso
ciation. The membership of the Yellow
Pine association has approved the
proposal and the details of the
merger are being worked out. O'Neil
said the merger was decided on as
a step toward unity and concord in
DRUGGISTS COMMEND AID
Co-operation of State Department
ff Licenses Is Approved.
SPOKANE, Wash.. Aug. 1. Co
operation of the state department
of licenses with retaii druggistsof
Washington was commended in a
resolution adopted today at the
S3d annual convention of the Wash
ington State Pharmaceutical asso
ciation. The action followed an ad
dress of Fred J. Dibble, state di
rector of licenses, on the work of
Mr. Dibble predicted that the new
state pharmacy code, being drafted
by Dr. W. C. Johnson of the Univer
sity of Washington, will' be passed
by tbe next legislature, ,
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
HAMJA-DEARI.N'G Thomas P. Han
i, legal, 2897 East Everett street, and
Nellie Dearing. legal, 11811 Lincoln street.
CUM.MSK-UKAHAJI lireftory B. (Jon-
er, leral. 4U1 Park street, and Margaret
A. liranam, .legal, Ja .Ciast inirty-
A.NL1 KKK-HAKHiS Alfred Anllker.
8. Goble. Or., and Florence Gertrude
Harris, H East Kiftietn street.
THURSTON - STRUTEL Walter A.
Thurston, legal, Yakima, Wash., and
Bessie 1. Strutel. legal,. Portland. Or.
KLl)EK-. Ki,6UiN JOtlD IN. Elder. 23.
Silverton; 7r., and Louise Nelson, 23.
IXLEY-CAVIN Henry Llnley. lexal.
ISO Ilavis street, and Isabel Cavin, ie'
eat. '127 Vt Washington street.
CAMFLA.-fUKblS Alfred r". (jam-p
lan Jr., 23. 1119 Tenlno avenue, and Elda
E. Torbeso. 20. 1448 Glisan street.
RAE-SUTTON Adolph J. Rae, legal
844 Vaughn street, and Irene Sutton
legal. 2S7 East Twentieth street.
PARKER-LANGUSY Rowland S
Parker, legal. R. F. D. No. 4. Albany,
Or., and Ethel M. Langley, legal, 124
ALOORN-SPENCER Waldo' A. Alcorn.
lesral. Bonneville. Or., and Mildred J.
Spencer, legal, 686 , East Fifty-second
Vancouver Marrfaffe Licenses.
SCHULTZ-ROSE Robert L. Schultz,
32 of Portland and Mrs. Mabel E. Rose,
31. of Portland.
LINDSTROM - BROWN Herman A.
Lindstrom, 24, of Portland and Miss Mae
Brown. 23. of Portland.
CLARK-NOBLE William M. Clark.
24. of Brush Prairie, Wash., and Esther
M. Noble. 17. of Battle Ground. Wash.
FR1SON-XBHTOX John A. Frlson.
27, of Oregon City. Or., and Mrs. Aeriel
M. Newton. 21, of Oregon City, Or.
'PEARCE-TRURY Dion E. Pearce, 45,
of Astoria. Or., and Mrs. Laura M. Drury,
legal, of Astoria. Or.
GEORGE-BUCHANAN Henry George,
32, of Portland and Hazel Buchanan, 30,
MORBLOCK-KIRBT Iee Morelock.
legal, of Portland and Blanche Klrby,
legal, of Portland.
FITZOERALD-LOWTHER Floyd C.
Fitzgerald. 25. of Portland and Ivis C.
Lowther, -4, or portiano.
PURSEE1 To Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pur
see, 1619 Peninsula, July 24,. a daughter.
COOPER To Mr. and Mrs. S. O.
Cooper. 208 East Thirty-seventh street,
July -23. a son.
RENARD To Mr. ana Mrs. M. a.
Renard. 1180 Rex avenue, Jilly 24. a son.
WEWROWSKI To Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Wewrowski, 572 Delay. July 20. a
LOSSKR To Mr. and airs. A. siosser.
813 Overton, July 29, a daughter.
LAKE To Mr. and Mrs. a. u. Lake,
6S6 Going, July 29. a daughter.
ASH TO Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ASH, 04
Buehtel, July 22, a daughter.
dinsdalb to Mr. ana Mrs. R. Dins-
dale.. 310 Benton, July 22, a son.
SWIIZER To Dr. and Mrs. F. K.
Switzer. 663 East Sixtieth 'street North,
July 24. a son.
Mt'RPHT To Mr. and Mrs. J.' L.
Murphy.. 211 North Twenty-first street,
Julv 25. a daughter.
MI'RRELL To Mr. and Mrs. J. Mur
rell. routs 4, box 510, July 26, a daugh
ter. FRAME To Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Frame,
Scappoose, Or., July 26, a aon-
WICKMAN To lit. suul lira. George
W. Wickman, 1187 Sumner street, July
27, a daughter.
BERNAN To Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ber
non, route J, July 22, a daughter.
ROBERTSON To Mr. and Mrs. F.. C.
Robertson, 1403 Denver, July 21, a son.
KINNEY To Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kin
ney, Astoria, Or.. July 25, a son.
FEINBERG To Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Feinberg, 410 Fifth street, July 25, a
HARRIS To Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Har
ris. 208 Occident, July 27, a son.
BUSH To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bush,
box 506. route 4, a son.
LINN EH AN To Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Linnehan, 492 East Twenty-third street
North. July 28. a daughter.
SHERRER To Mr. and Mrs. J. Sner
rer, 539 Leo avenue, July 22, a daughter.
J. J. JOHNSON Erect residence 2819
Sixty-first street aouineasi,
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-ninth ave
nues; builder, Charles E. Johnson; $2!KM;
lot 9, block 2. Gladdella.
W G STUART Erect residence 838
Seventy-fifth street North, between Fall
ing and Shaver streets; builder. Robert
A. Delk; $2000; lota 21 and 22, block 14,
- iah w nmiOHERTT Erect resi
dence 2636 Fifty-second street Southeast,
between Twenty-sixtn and Twenty-seventh
avenues; builder, same; J3000; lot
12, block . Franklin No. 2.
ROSCOE G. ASHLEY Erect residence
R95 Savler street, oetween inni)-w.N
TWonv.Rpv.nth ' streets: builders,
Kmittien & Malek: J4000; lot 4, block
B. E. HEATH Erect residence -iimo
East Sixty-fourth street, between rorii-
eth and ' Forty-second avenues; builder.
same; S1200; lot 3, block 3, Laurel
TiinMls riCCONETTI Erect resi
dence 00 East Fifteenth street, between
Ivon and Clinton streets; Dunaer, r. .n.ei
r,nn- lot 4 block 11. Tibbetts.
a a mrrcsTRllM Erect residence.
9B5 Holladay, between Thirty-first and
Thirty-second stream; uu.iuci, .
. a 1. tinnn- nt block 3. Goodsell
NORTHWEST .i ol irvv.
WORKS Repair warenouse. iui nasi
Eleventh street North, between Everett
and Glisan streets; builders, : Wegman &
RANDALL F. ivnua frevi .-.-
dence. 369 Houston, oetween sranRiin
and Savler streets; builders, Anderson &
Randall: $4500; lot 2. diock si, uium-
C m- i.ivnoiTTS Erect residence,- 771
East Seventy-eighth street North, be
tween Beech and Fremont streets; build
er, same; $200; lots ana iv, omun. io,
RISLET & STARKWEATHER Repair
store. 147 Broadway, between Morrison
and Alder streets; builder. L. D. Horn,
MARTHA A. LAN DIS Erect resi
dence 1297 East Davis street, between
East Forty-fifth and East Forty-seventh
"treets North; builder. Norman R. Lan-dls-
$4750; lot 9. block 1, Laurelcrest.
MRS R. J. MAIER Erect residence,
864 East Twenty-third street North, be
tween Mason and Alameda drive; bulld-
DAILY METEOROT-OGICAL. REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 1. Maximum tem
perature. 80 degrees; minimum. 55 de
grees. River reading. 8 A. M., 5.7 feet;
change in las 24 hours. 0.2 foot fall.
Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M. ), none;
total rainfall since September 1. 1921.
36 47 inches; normal rainfall since Sep
tember 1, 44.49 inches; deficiency of rain
fall since September 1. 1921. 8.02 inches.
Sunrise, 4:53 A. M. : sunset. 7:41 P. M
Total, sunshine August 1. 14 hours 48
minutes; possible sunshine. 14 hours. 48
minutes. Moonriae Wednesday, 3:41 P.
M. ; moonset Wednesday. 12:41 A. M.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at 5
p. M., 30.07 lncnes. rteiative nummny
at 5 A. M., 85 per cent; at noon, SO per
cent; at 5 F. M.. au per cent.
er, G. H. Williams; $4000; lot 14, block
50. Alameda Park.
MARIAN M. MALCOM Erect resi
dence, 343 East Fifty-fifth street, be
tween Halsey and Broadway; builder,
Redimade Building company; $2200; lot
8, block 24, Elmhurst.
THOMAS JEWELL Erect residence,
1884 Haven, between Houghton and
Trenton streets; builder, same; $120O;
lots 13 and 14, block 17, Portsmouth
Villa extension No. 4.
E. A. LAND Erect residence. 1358
East Seventh street North, between Port
land boulevard and Holman street; build
er, same; $2500; lot 17, block 2, Wood
HARTMAN & THOMPSON Erect res
idence, Sflit East Forty-first street North,
between Shaver and Champaign streets;
builder, J. F. Mcintosh; $3300; lot 1,
block 20, Wiltshire.-
DR. F. B. FRASEN Erect residence,
80 East Thirty-fourth street, between
Sta'rk and Washington streets; builder.
J. N. Atterbury; $4400; lot , block 1,
AUGUST OLSON Erect residence. 615
Siskiyou street, between East Fifteenth
and East Sixteenth streets; builder, Ric
Construction, company; $12.OO0; east
66 2-3 feet of lot 9 and lot 10, block 58,
EUGENE PIERRARD Repair resi
dence. 725 East Everett street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-second streets;
builder, same: $-101(0. i
E. C. CHAPIN Erect residence, 1176
Multnomah, between Thirty-ninth and
Forty-first streets; builder, B. B. Brum
well: $4500: lot 4, block 51, Laurelhurst.
MRS. ANNA T. NOLNER Erect resi
dence, 1146 Clinton street, between Thirty-eighth
and Thirty-ninth streets; build
ers. Robnett & McClure; $5500; lot 9,
block 7. Richmond. .
LEWIS P. LOVE Erect residence,
1480 Grand avenue, between Bryant and
Morgan, builder, same; $3000; lots 5 and
6, block 8. El Tovar.
E. C. WELLS Erect residence, 861
Ainsworth street, between Garfield and
Union; builder. Goodsman & Stadelman;
$50QO- lot 16. b'nek 40. Piedmont
Sails from Municipal Iock No. 2
Wednesday, Aug. 2. 10 A. M.
Every Wednesday thereafter
SATl'RDAY, Al'fi. B, 7 P.M.
For M ARSH FIELD,
101 THIRD ST., COR. STARK
l'hone Broadway 5481
s s -
S3 33 "
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70 90'0.00!. .
68 80 0. 00. .
. . .1 94 O.OOI. .
64 86 0. Oi
Des Moines 66 960.00;..
Juneaut . .
Phoenix . .
Roeburg . .
St. Louis. .
Seattle . .
Tacoma . ..
SOI 5610. 00..
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8S'O.0O;12'S Clear .
92lO.0O . .SE IClear '
52 60IO.OOH0 SW Pt. cloudy
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56 O.00 20?N
S2 O.02 io;s
84 0.021.. 1W
64! 96iO.OO. .1.
tA. M. today. P. M. reJport of preced
Portland and vicinity Fair;, north
westerly winds. t
Oregon Fair; moderate southwesterly
Washington Fair, cooler east portion;
moderate westerly win da,
N. Y. Plymouth-Havre-Paris
KousHllIon Aug. 14 Sept. 19 Nov. S
Lafavette Aug. 19 Sept.30 Oct. 2
Chii ago Aug. 31 Oct. 5 Nov. 9
La Touraine Sept. 7 O' t. 11 Dec. 7
La. Savoie Sept. 9 Oct. 21 Nov. 1
La Lorraine Sept. 16 Oct. 14
La Uourdonnais . . Sept. 28 Oct. 2G Bee. 3
N. Y.-Vigo (Spain) - Bordeaux
Niagara Sept. 13
All sailings by daylight-saving time.
For full details consult the French Line
Agent in yonr city or write to
109 Cherry St.. Seattle, Wash.
Seaside North Beach
Lv. Dally (except Friday) Si30 A. M.
Lv. Dally (except Sunday) 7:30 P.M.
. Fare to Astoria, $1.&5 one way.
$3.00 Season Hound Trip.
Week-end Round Trip, 2.50.
Special direct connections by all
boats for Seaside and North
Alder-St. Dock. Broadway 6344.
The Harkins Transportation Co.
NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SKA 9
Via Tahiti and Kara tonga. Mall and
Passenger service from Kan XTranciaca
every 28 days.
Pacific Tour. South Sees, New Zealand,
Australia. $525 First Class.
CNION, S. S. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND,
(30 California St., San Francisco, o
local steamauiR and railroad & elides