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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, MARCH' 22, 1908.
A Bk Gold
WILL LOAD HERE
any With a. Paid-up. Capital, of
y a Com
Big Vessel Chartered to Take
Cargo of. Lumber Hence
NOW AT GUAYMAS, MEXICO
Lumber Kates Show a Trifle Stead
ier ijland Bros. Kdnsed 53
Shillings for- Outward Voy
age to the TJnlted Kingdom.
The British steamship Taunton, Cap
tain Moore, has been chartered to load
lumber at Portland. The vessel la now
. n.,nvm. arid will he ready to sail
for the Columbia River by the last of
next week. She -was originally iisieu
for Pusret Sound, but the charter-was
later diverted. The Taunton Is a
stoam;r of 2462 net tons burden and is
a Rood carrier. She landed at the Mexi
can nort from Otaru, Japan, with cargo
and coolie laborers.
Lumber charters have been slow or
late, but there is a slight improve
ment in the market at the present time.
The Leyland Brothers, a disengaged
vessel, has refused an offer of 62
hillings for the continent. The Jordan
hll), now loading at IJnnton, was
chartered last Fall and the rate paid
was 7 shillings pence. Kates took a
tumble after that and charters for
lumber to Europe were signed as. low
as 57 shillings.
Shipowners assert that freights will
surely advance within the noxt month.
The steam schqoners have been out of
commission for a time sufficient to
make the demand for lumber greater
than it has been for some time. The
engineers' strike In San Francisco has
Jiad the effect of returning the sailing
craft to the lumber trade. When
coastwise rates dropped to less than
(4 the sailing vessels all tied up.
ASTOHIA OFF CALLING LIST
Steamer T. J. Potter Will Hun Be
tween Portland and Knappton.
A Summer schedule ha? been out
lined for the steamer T. J. Potter. The
steamer will make direct connections
with the train at Knappton for points
on I.ons Beach and passengers from
Portland will, go straight through
with but the one change. Tides will
make no difference with the operation
of either steamer or train, and a regu
lar schedule will be maintained.
Astoria will not be Included on the
route of the Potter. From Altoona to
the connecting point of the railway
the steamer will proceed by way of
the north channel. The steamboat
company will shortly petition the
United States engineers to survey the
channel and to place buoys. There
has been no Government survey of
the channel between Altoona and
Knappton since the early '60s, when
the late Captain Cleveland Rockwell
made charts of those waters. The O.
R. & N. made a private survey several
years ago. Between Smith's Point and
knappton there Is a regular surveyed
channel, the last soundings being made
by Captain Bucbanan, of the United
States engineers, three years ago.
By the time the Potter Is ready
for scrVice, which will be the
latter part of June, the terminals
at Knappton will be finished and all
the warehouses and docks ready.
Passengers will have no delay in mak
ing the transfer from steamer to train
and can figure within a few minutes
of the time required to reach their
Heretofore tide governed the run
ning time of the trains on the line, of
the Ilwaco Railway & Navigation Com
pany. During the coming season the
steamer will operate on a regular
rchedule and there will be no waste
STEAMER AM) SHIP COLLIDE
Hanalei Rumps the Arctic Stream,
but Does Little Damage.
The steanishiD Hanalel, while mak
lna a landing at the Oceanic dock.
bumped into the British ship Arctic
Stream and inflicted a few dollars'
worth of damage on the sailing ves
sel. An iron martingale was bent, but
beyond that there was no damage to
either crflft. The Hanalel was coming
Into the dock above the Arctic Stream.
A slgnil wr.s sent to the engine room
to back full speed. The engineer on
watch was alow in answering and the
steamer struck the sailing craft a
Steamer Mascot In Commission.
The steamer Tahoma. which has been
operating on the Lewis River run for
the past year, has been tied up at tne
foot of Jefferson street. The new
steamer Mascot will go back on the
run tomorrow afternoon and will con
tinue on the old schedule. The Mascot
bears but little resemblance to the old
boat. She is practically new and is
one of the fastest craft of her siie on
ceanra ' ShoFe.-: Kailway
Bailey (iatzert Undergoes Repairs
The steamer Builey Gatzert will no
bo in shape to resume her run to The
Dalles until the-latter part or nex
week. She has been undergoing i
thorough overhauling during the past
week. New tubes are being placed in
her boiler and a new heater is being
installed. The work is being done at
this time so the beat will be in shape
for the Summer excursion business.
steamer Saratoga, Aground.
VICTORIA. B. . C. March 21. The
British Columbia Salvage Company
has received information that the
steamer Saratoga, of the Northwestern
Steamship Compauy Is ashore in Prince
William Sound, and the steamer Salvor
is being made ready to proceed to he
assistance if reaulred. :
- Marine Xotes.
The Alice Marie is now at Columbia
No. 2. ;
The Arctic Stream has moved from
iv )(.aniritnrk ta Irvine
The Mollera, went from the stream to
the berth at the dolphins.
The Andre Theodore was moved from
Irving lO we ucesnic uois ycaieraay
The maroi'nu u u i inn' t-u m
a berth at Greenwich dock yesterday.
The American ship Berlin was
brought up from Goute yesterday and
will take coal at the bunkers to
The British bark Verbena shifted
The Ocean Shore Railway Company has projected
an electric line from San Francisco to Santa Cruz,
California, The distance is nearly 80 miles. Thirty
f oumiles are now in operation. The best construc
tion possible' has been usecL The company. owns
terminal real estate and franchises in San Francisco
and Santa Cruz, conservatively valued at $2,000,000.
The- company is incorporated for $5,000,000, all. of
which is paid up. Considerably over $2,000,000 of
the bonds have already been subscribed. The country
through which the road runs has always been with
out such facilities, and is wonderfully rich in natural
resources. Its development is certain to create
magnificent earnings for the line. .
OCEAN SHORE BONDHOLDERS
Walter S. Martin, Pres. East
t.rn, Oregon Land " Co.
J. B. Stetson, Pres. California
Street Railway Co.
Herman Shainwald, Pres.
Shainwald, Buckbee & Co.
S. a. and S. C. Buckbee, Shain
wald, Buckbee at Co.
Thomas Magee, Pres. Thos.
Magee & Sons.
Wm. Magee, Thos. Magee & Sons.
Fred Magee, Thos. Magee &
Sons. , . .
Peter F. Dunne, General At
torney Southern Pacific Co.
A. Mackie, Supt. S. F. Relief
and Red Cross Funds.
E. S. Pillsbury. Plllsbnry,
Madison & Sutro, Director
Mercantile Trust -Co
H. D. Pillsbury, Pillsbury,
Madison & Sutro, Attorneys
A. T. & S. Fe.
' F. W. B'-rlem, Mgr. BUHngton,
Hutchinson & Co.
Alexander Hamilton, Vice-
Pres. Baker & Hamilton.
Thos. Maclay. Wicker ham
People's Bank of Santa Cruz.
Bank of Santa Cruz County.
B. Schweitzer, Hoffman, Roth-
child & Co.
M. Schweitzer, Hoffman, Roth
child & Co.
C. Schlesslnger, Pacific Land
Estate John I. Sabin, late
Pres. Pacific T. & Tel. Co.
H. Sinshelmer, 8. Koshland A
J. S. Sllverberg, Hoffman,
Rothchild & Co.
H. F. Woods, Capitalist.
D. T. Murphy, Capitalist
L. Bocquoraz, Vlce-Pres.
. French-American Bank.
The purpose Tof the Ocean Shore Railway Company
is to build the balance of the road, some 40 miles, as
soon as possible. '.To this end, the funds now being
accumulated will be used exclusively. Controlling
every possible shore facility for railroad construc
tion this company through its long-term franchises,
possesses a monopoly in the territory that it s will
serve. Full advantage will be taken of the strategic
position it holds. The company fpl be called upon
to carry such freight as fuel oil, bitumen, timber,
cement, rock, lime, agricultural produce and mail
and express. The wonderful scenic beauty of the
right of way is certain to command the most profit-
able tourist business of the state. .
Write or Call for Booklet and
The Ocean Shore Railway Company offers for sale
a limited number of its 5 per cent gold bonds, par
..value $100, at $92. At this price, the investment is
worth 5yi per cent. Interest is payable semi-annually.
The earning power of these bonds is exceedingly
greater than Sy2 per cent, owing to the fact that the
' undoubted future of the prosperity of the company
is . certain to make the bonds worth considerably
more than face value. The present day tendency
regards bona fide bond issues as the most conserva
tive and promising investment that can be made.
The profit is in excess of savings interest, time de
posits or almost any other financial opportunity that
can be named. We have made arrangements for the
purchase of these bonds on. favorable terms.
OCEAN SHORE BONDHOLDERS
Peter D. Martin, Vice - Pres.
Eastern Oregon Land Co.
L. Kauffman. Pres. Kauff man
J. J. C. Leonard, Proprietor St.
George Hotel, Santa Cruz.
Wm. Berg, Wm. Berg & Co.,
C. C. Moore, Pres. C. C. Moore
& Co.. Engineers.
J. J. Mack, Pres. Imperial Oil
M. J. Brandenstein. Pres. M. J.
Brandenstein A Co.
'j. A. Folger, Pres. J. A. Fol
Ger & Co.
E. Greenbaum, London, Paris
and American Bank.
L. Guggenhime, Pres. Thirty
Three Oil Co.
A. and W. Haas, Haas Bros.,
Chas. Webb Howard, Capital
M. S. Koshland. S. Koshland
Guy B. Barham, ex-Bank Com
missioner. J. Downey Harvey. Pres. Ocean
Shore Railway Co.
Robert Oxnard. Pres. Western
Fred Tillman, Jr., Tillman &
Bendell, Wholesale Grocers.
J. M. Keith, Imperial Oil Co.
C. E. Lilly. Director People's
Bank of Santa Cruz.
H. F. Kron. Capitalist.
C. W. Fay. Contractor.
W. E. Dean, Pres." California
Mrs. Eleanor Martin. '
Mrs. E. R. Barron.
B. & S. Lilienthal.
Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. -
Title Ins. and Guarantee Co.
Cal. Suburban Home Co.
. . " - - - : 1
: : : :
mm the Montgomery dock No. 2 to
the elevator yesterday.
The steamship Alliance amvea.
--v. (mm Coos Bay ports. She will
sail again tomorrow evening'.
The French ship Hocne was
to the lower harbor yesterday morn
. ,1.1- . i tvi river subsided
sufficiently to permit the passage of
the draws In safety.
HD00H- MEET HECT
Arrivals and Departures.
. ..mx vtt-, rw . Maxell 21. Arrived
Steamship Alliance, from Coo. Bay ; steam
ship Argyll, from Point Richmond. Sailed
Steamship Hanalel. tor Ban rtura '
ort"- . ..., , bar.
Astoria, Marco -smooth;
wind, northwest. 10 miles; weather,
parti, cloudy. Sailed at 2 A. M -Steamer
'. . . o TPr-Tul. Arrived at
A. M. 'and left up t H A. M.-Steamer
Train for Columbia University
1 Due to Arrive.
Alliance Coos Bay.. IPP0.
ti Tnn..n Run irruncisco. .mtn.
Breakwater.. Coos Bay Mar.
Rose City.. ..San Francisco. -Mar.
F. 13. Loop.... San Francisco. Mar.
Boanoke Los Angeles. .. Mar.
Geo W. Eldersan rtora m..
Senator San Francisco. -Mar 81
Arabia HonEkong. .. .. April 20
Nlcomedla. . . Hongkons April 27
Aleata Homkonj May 2
Numautia. .. .Hongkong June 10
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For. Data
Alliance Coo Bay Mar. 2.-.
SueH.E!more.Tillamook Mat, 24
' JohanPoulsenSan Francisco. Mar. 24
R D lnman.San Francisco. .Mar. 24
Breakwater.. Coos Bay Mar. 25
Rosa CItv San Francisco. Mar. 27
Roanoke. '....Los Angeles. .. Mar. 2T
P S. Loop... San Francisco. Mar. 29
Geo. W. ElderPan Pedro April 2
Senator. .....San Francisco. .Apr. 3
Arabia Hcngkonr April tT
Nlcomedla... Hongkong. .... May S
. Alesta Hongkong June 1
Numantla. . . .Hongkong. ..... June 20
Cleared Saturday. '
Wallacut. Am. schooner barge
(Olson), with railroad equipment,
for Grays Harbor.
Argyll, from San Francisco. Lett up at 10:30
A. is British ship Larglemore. ' Arrived at
1:25 P. M. and left '" up at 8:40 P. M.
Steamer Alliance, from Coos Bay. ' Lett up at
1:40 P. M. British steamer Strathblane.
St. Vlncnt. March 21. Sailed, Mareh 1
British steamer Craigvar, for Antwerp.-
Saa Francisco, March 21. Arrived Steamer
Capastrano, from Portland. Sailed last night
Steamers Asuncion and Washington, for Port
land.' Sailed at 12:30 P. M. steamer Boss
CHy. for Portland. Sailed at 8 P. M
Steamer Roanoke, for Portland.
Tides at Astoria Sunday.
Hlfch. " - Low.
3 A. M S.B feet fhts A. M H foot
4:10 P. M 7.1 feet.:.' P. M. . . feet
NIGHT RIDERS DO MURDER
Shoot and Hill Prominent Indepcn
dent Tobacco-Grower. ,
CARLISLE, Ky., March 21. A hand of
Night Riders early this morning shot and
killed Harlan Hecges, a prominent
farmer, seven miles northwest of thts
place. This Is the first murder by the
Night Riders In the Bluegrass region of
Kentucky. Hedges was awakened by
shouts shortly before i o'clock. Appre
hending trouble, he went to his front
door with a shotgun and fired once. The
robbers replied with, a volley which killed
Hedges Just as his wife reached his side.
The masked' men then rode rapidly away
and did not attempt to set fire to Hedges
house or barns. .
Hedges was an independent tobacco
farmer and was widely known over the
BEST OF TALENT COMING
Outdoor Tournament Probable Dur
ing Rose Festival Meeting of
P. X. A. at Seattle Next
BT W. J. PETRAIX.
The annual season for track and
field athletics Is practically at hand,
and each day's news conveys Informa
tion pertaining, to the. performances
of the devo'tees of the cinder path and
other' branches of outdoor sDorts. All
the educational institutions . which
foster athletics, and the athletic clubs
as well, are preparing their entries for
the coming big indoor meet to be held
at Columbia University next month.
Reports from Eugene are that
Trainer Bill Hayward Is getting his
men into shape for the season, and
In spite of the loss of Kelly, Zacharias
McKinney, Kuykendall and the others
of the, crack team of last season, Ore
gon will again be represented by a
formidable aggregation. Corvallis too,
is out with contentions to the effect
that the team of that Institution will
be heard from in the coming contests
of which the first will be the meet
at Columbia big . roofed stadium.
Whispers are heard from Salem, where
It is said that Old Willamette will be
on hand expecting to take glory away
from some of the others.
Responses to the general Invitation
have been received In large numbers,
and preparations are being made tor
the largest Indoor track meet ever held
in the Northwest. This would indi
cate that outdoor sports are rapidly
recovering from the lethargy Into
which the game has drifted In the past
decade.- Even during the Lewis and
Clark Exposition, when the game re
ceived its greatest boost toward popu
larity by reason of the holding of the
A. A. TJ. sports In this city, the Inter
est was not nearly so pronounced as it
has become of late.
Splendid athletes, the pick of all the
Institutions of the Northwest, will ap
pear In the Columbia meet, and so will
they appear In the later meets held in
the open air. In addition to the Co
lumbia meet, Portland is likely to have
another gigantic field and track meet
during the Rose Festival week. Plans
are already being made for this meet,
and If perfected along the lines ad
vanced at the last meeting of the
board of directors. It will be the larg
est meet ever held under the auspices
of the Multnomah Amateur Atnieiio
E. E. Morgan, a director of the Mult
nomah Clubj.W. B. Fechheimer and W.
f. Streeter have been named by Presi
Bnt McMillan, as delegates to repre
sent that institution at the meeting of
the Pacific Northwest Amateur Ath
letic Association, which will be held
at Seattle next Saturday, March 28. This
will be a special meeting called for
the purpose of determining the eligi
bility of William Inglis as secretary
of the organzatlon, and to' discuss
other matters of importance "to araa
teurdom. It is contended by the Multnomah
Club that Mr.. Inglis has been In
stalled In the office of secretary of the
association' illegally, for the reason
that he is not an eligible amateur.
Multnomah contends that Mr. Inglis
bad been an employe of the Seattle Ath
letic Club, rfot only as a professional
coach, but also as superintendent of
the club building, and that such em
ployment has rendered his title to
-membership in an amateur organization
void. . '
The Portland Rowing Club is also
entitled to three delegates to the Seat
tle meeting, and at a meeting to be
held by that organization next Tues
day night the delegates will be se
lected. The Portland Rowing Club
will, In all probability, support the
contentions of the Multnomah Club,
although as yet It has not. expressed
an opinion on the question.-
Christopher Columbus Holzell,. of
Spokane, formerly president of the
Pacific Northwest Amateur Athletic
Association, is in New York. That In
formation is not of particular Impor
tance except for the fact that the
aforementioned C. C. Holzell has been
talking. Mr. Holzell has taken It upon
himself to enlighten the New York
ers to the effect that Forrest Smithson
is about' to be investigated by the Pa
cific Northwest Amateur Athletic
Association, and that his standing as
an amateur Is in grave danger. .
Brother--Holzell is, as usual, mis
taken. Forrest Smithson Is not to be
investigated. He has merely been re
quested to submit his report of the
expenses incurred by him during his
present trip, and Is not compelled to
do this until his return to Portland.
The attempt to disparage him is mere
ly an effort to "get back" at Mult
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FREE THE BHD FOR HOPS
IXMJSTRY JPAST DYIXG OUT IX
EXGLiAXD. , , '
Other Countries Send Hops to Great
Britain and Sell Them at Less ,
Than Cost of Picking.
LONDON, March a. (Special.) The
decline of the English hopgrowing Indus
try supplies an Invaluable demonstration
of the "blessings" of free trade. The un
restricted importation of American and
German hops, sold here at a dumping
rate when the crop is excessive, is rap
idly making the English bop fields an im
possible commercial proposition. Re
cently a shipment of foreigngrown hops
was offered at a price per hundredweight
less than the sum paid for gathering in
What was the consequence? Hundreds
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The labor permanently employed in the
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son find a few weeks' remunerative work,
are to be deprived even of that. -
Hops aTe going, if. indeed, they have
not already gone. The hopgrowers who
wish to retain their Interest in the busi
ness are being forced to take up gardens
in Bavaria and California, and to em
ploy and pay Germsns and Americans in
stead of Englishmen. Patriotism is a
splendid thing, but. if the government of
one's own country makes profitable enter
prise impossible, it becomes Inevitable' to
fall back upon emigration.
"It is better," as one grower said, "to
be sure of getting a living under the
Stars and Stripes than to starve under
the Union Jack." The Chancellor of the
Exchequor has appointed a committee
to inquire. Into the condition of the hop
industry. This simply shelves the matter.
Peruvian Troops Invade Chile.
VALPARAISO, March 21. A dispatch
received here from Arlca says that a de
tachment of Peruvian troops Invaded Ta
rata, a Chilean town in the province of
Tacna, and near the Peruvian frontier,
in pursuit of smugglers. The Chilean
police" disarmed the invaders, but later
fresh' Peruvian troops arrived at Tarata,
entered houses and searched for arms.
The -governor of the province of Tacna
has now sent troops to Tarata where
there Is great excitement over the in
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