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TIIE SUNDAY OltEGONIAS. PORTLAND. JUNE 25, 1911.
BAYOCEAN OH WHY
SCENES ON A TRIP TO BAY0CEAN. OREGON'S NEW SUMMER RETREAT
SIT SPANS WHIT
of Chronic Diarrhoea
Oregon Beach Resort Destined
to Come Into Its Own.
f. " v.Tr.i.iev -v: ;
Closed Periods Not to Be En
forced Until Engineer
Reports on Case.
ARMY OFFICER RETURNS
War rirparlmrnt nrprcscnfatrre at
Portland Saj Final Order
Await ni" Action
Ircd j;c Approved.
Until Major J. V. ll.Indoe. Corr of
Engineers, t". S. A.. corrpllrs a report
on the proposed evening closing of
bride draws, ami II .1 In turn ap
preir.d r-y th Secretary of War. no
or.lr will b tsxird retrlctinjr the
pastas of t'irough the hrMt'l.
Then in lo.r'l jvrl-iji ho frlrrn a
trial f-r thro or four m-mths and If
It 1. founj t.'iat tho regulation 1 a
detriment to njvtKitlon It will prob
ably oa rrcalle.l. with that providing
for th mornlnr hour, llrfor any
ofrirlal ruU ran bo established the or
der of Aueut. Jl. rr.itln ti;e morn
ing hourp. mut bo rescinded.
Ifalor M'In.loe was at his dok ys
tortlay after a visit of thrt-e work at
Washington and other Kuittern point.
Mo was pr.nt when the secretary of
War grantr4 prmtlon for the fvfn
Ing hours, oa the strength of a petition
a'anrd by state, cnunijr and rlty offi
cers, commercial nton nl hcail of fra
ternal bodies, and while hi rrport
against the closed periods was ar
proved. the order w.i mad owing to
th overwhelming number of pelitlon-
Two-Hour PrriiMl .-kril.
T?: petition prays that the closed
period bo between S to 7 o'clock,
ilajor Vi inJix says he will n doubt
rcornmen l the time favored lorHv but
that there !!! bw two closed periods
not to nrf' 30 minutes rch.
Major Mi indoe ::rnjr.l the ;0th re
union of tils class at West I'olnt and of
IS who graduated In 1 R? 1 there were 10
present. On the way East from Chi
cago, while traveling on the New York
Central system, a wlniow near which
ho was sitting was shattered, havlntr
been struck by a prJt'tion. from a
pass!rr train and a splinter of glass
cut a cash Just below tiie left eye. en
tering the b"ne. It was removed with
out difficulty, but Major Mclndoe wore
a bandage to the reunion and In fart
nnttl about two days before he reached
Xc lrrdg Approvrtl.
Tha Chief of Engineers has sanc
tioned the construction of two ?4-lnch
auction dre'lges for use In the Columbia
River. Instead of two 10-lnrh dredges,
a first proposed, it has not been de
termined whether the designs will be
compiled here or at Washington, but
they wll! be of the s.ime general molcl
as the I"ort of fortland dredge Colum
bia, except that they will hare longer
hulls In proportion that the channel
may ha dug without shifting the dredge
Plans for the north Jetty at the mouth
of the Co'tt-rtMa wer approved and
Major M'-Ir.d"e's work In proceeding
with tile preliminaries was found sat
isfactory, but he does not expect that
rorkwork will start for another year.
Little ran be done except to assemble
tne plant and arrange for transporta
tion of material, as only 1 160. 000 Is
available. Money for tha 1IJ season
ha been asked, but the amount will
rot be made public until after tha re
port Is ready for the consideration of
MAY'S WIREXFSS TKSTS OCT
Hse City and (iotrrnnr Send Over
Reports from the Commissioner of
Navigation, of the Iepirtment of Com
merce and Labor, show that daring tha
month of May but four passenger ves
sel on tha Coast reported their posi
tion and recognized the Government
order for testa of their wireless ap
paratus. The new law becomes ef
fective July I that compels all pas
senger steamers traveling to ports 20
miles distant and having a combined
crew and passenger list of to, to be
equipped with the aero gear.
The steamer Um. c-ty reported her
position a dlstame of il mltea from
fie North Head wireless station, and
tha steamer Hcavrr Hi miles. Tha
steamer Governor reported at Hi miles
and the steamer SinU !: at l-J
nlies. This month the tests are also
being carTted on. as the department es
desirous of ascertaining whether all
vessels ran send a distance of at least
Owners of any vessel falling to have
wireless Installed after July 1. and who
persist In carrying paseengera tha spe
cified dlstanc. will be subject to a
fine of tsooo. while tha operator must
l.ava a certificate Issued either by tha
department or a foreign sovernmrnt.
Three Inspectors In charge of tha At
lantic. Middle Atlantic and Pacific di
visions have been Instructed to enforca
tha law. also all Collectors of Custom.
MandalaT's 1'ar.scnper Taken la
Hoats -to Crescent City.
SAN KHANCl.OO. June J4. Advices
from Crescent City. Cal.. say that the
steam schooner ManJa'.ay. a Men left
that port yesterd.ty for this city with
a cargo of lurabtr and a few passen
gers, lost her propeller after having
proceeded only a short distance.
Tha aeeluent occurred near tha outer
booy. off the harbor entrance. Tha
veasal waa made fast to tne buoy, but
began to leak through the shaft open
ing. It la believed, and soon became
waterlogged. The passengers were
taken t. Crescent City In the ship's
I oats. Captain Lofxtrom and the crew
remaining on board.
Tha Mandalay. which Is of 450 tons
burden and belongs to Ilobbs. Wall &
Co, of thla city, la reported to ba In
no Immediate danger. One of her
owners said other vessels or a tug
would ba sent up tha coast to tow
ber into port.
BEAVER DISCHARGING MOKE
Ilecord. Cargo F11H One Dock and
O-rerflovra on Another.
Having filled tha upper deck of Alns
worth dock with her cargo, tha steamer
Beaver, of the San Kranclsco at Port
land Steamship Company, yesterday
continued discharging on Montgomery
dock No. 1 and the space thera was
rapidly bain, covered late yesterday.
&ce bad approximator XiO toe, tha
i n n
record cargo from San Kranclsco to
this port, and while at first the report
that she waa eo heavily laden was
doubted, there Is no queatlon from the
manner In which" It was stowed but
that she could carry more.
The annual tonnage of all coastwise
lines operating to Portland now Is
J0O.000. excluding vessels operated by
corporations not having fixed sched
ule, which are represented by about
40 carriers. A greater ahowlnfr Is
In prospect this year, as trade has
grown and la a direct benefit to Port
land south as far as S'.in iJtego. While
that port la not contributing a big In
crease, the shipments north from San
Pedro are being augmented almost
monthly and considerable cement and
asphalt originates there, though not In
the aame volume as from San Fran
cfcsco. FRENCHMEN" TO GO THIS WEEK
Hai-kfrld May Not -t Away but
Others Are Finishing.
There will be a cleaning up of off
shore square-rigged tonnage In tha
harbor this week, owing; to the com
pletion of two lumber oargoea. The
French bark Marechal do Castries,
loading at Llnnton. la expected to fin
ish tomorrow, when she will have
aboard approximately 1.I00.0OO feet,
which Is being sent to the United King
dom by the Pacific Export Lumber
Company, and the French bark Mare
chal de Uontaut will finish at the Port
land mill Tuesday, having than about
l.SOO.000 feet that la to be cleared for
New Zealand and Australia. The Mare
chel de Castries ha a been here alnce
April 12. when she arrived from Dublin.
Una to Arrive,
From. . Psta.
.Payoreaa, ... In port
.Hongkong. . .. la
. Saa Kraaciace la
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ftrakwetr. . . .Coos May In
u. w v :mort. Tillamook. ... In
Alllanc j.ureKa June
liuenoke -"an Lil.fO. ... June
O.i.l-n tiata. .. Tillamook. . . . June
italboa J una
aicon. ....... ffan rancwev jun -
litar ean Pedro. ...June ST
Anvil Jlandon June 0
KoeeClty San 1'edro. ...July 2
Deo. W. Elder. .San Dl.so.... July S
aiaulay Dollar. Balboa July
Bcbedoled ta Depart.
.Coos Bay June 25
.Itaiboa June Its
Fu H. Elmore
. Eaa Pedro.... June Zi
Kureka juna s
.Eayocaan.... June it
. Tillamook. ...June 27
. Balboa. .... ..Junt 2S
, .Sao Dleco. ...June
. Pan I'edro. ...Juno 2
HnJ..n July t
Ran T)l-n JulV 8
tieo. W. Eldar.
.San Pedro.. .. July T
. HalDa July jj
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and the Marechal de Oontaut since
May 28. when she reported from New
castle with coal.
The German bark II. Hackfeld. which
Is taking on lumber at the North Pa
cific mill for London under charter to
the American Trading Clmpany.' has
been here since May 23. when she ar
rived frlm Honolulu, and she may not
get away tills month. The Norwegian
tramp Elsa. which J. J. Moore & Co.
are loading for Australia, crossed Into
the river yesterday with a part cargo
of lumber worked at Eureka, and she
proceeded to St. Helens, where she will
start today and take on In the neigh
borhood of 2.000.000 feet.
AORAXGI -NEARLY FOUNDERS
British. Royal Mall Liner at Mercy
of Heavy Sens.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 24. (Spe
cial.) One of the most thrilling ex
periences ever reported by a passenger
liner entering this port waa the lot of
the British Royal Mall liner Aorangl.
Captain Evans, of the Union Company,
which came In this morning from Aus
tralia and New Zealand. A day after
leaving Auckland, the steamer ran Into
a terrific southeaster and had a nar
row eacape from foundering. She was
at the mercy of tremendous real for
many houra. during which seven ven
tilators were carried away, rails and
companlonway smashed like pipe
stems, portholes battered In and cabins
flooded. The Aorangl brought 7 pas
sengers from the colonies and 400 bags
of mall, most of which la destined for
Northbound craft today went to sea
In the teeth of a northwester which was
blowing off Point Reyes at a velocity
of SO miles an hour.
After being with the disengaged fleet
for more than two years, the schooner
Glenwood, Captain Jensen, galled today
for Sulslaw to load lumber.
Bringing 300 passengers and a rich
cargo of Oriental merchandise the Pa
cific Mailer Korea, Captain Saunders,
arrived this afternoon from the Far
East. The liner was ashore on a mud
bank near Yokohama, but sustained no
The North Pacific Company's steamer
Roanoke. Captain Jessen, had 115 pas
sengers aboard when she departed to
day for Portland and Astoria.
Officers of the steamer Carlos re
port having sighted a barge, about 30
feet In length, drifting bottom up.
about five miles off Falcon Rock.
Captain Tyler, of the gasoline
schooner -Wllhelmlna, yesterday tele
graphed from Newport that the vessel
would arrive here today and load In
time to sail Wednesday.
Yesterday was the last Saturday for
the Custom-Houae to remain open dur
ing the Summer after 1 o'clock. At
taches of that department will be
given the weekly half holiday during
July. August and September.
Telegraphic advices from Tillamook
last evening reported that the steamer
Golden Gate had damaged her pro
peller while rounding Oxbow Bend. It
waa planned, to beach her and aacer-
tatn at low water whether It would
be possible for her to proceed.
Final preparation for the inaugura
tion of a fast service between Portland
and Bayocean Is to be completed to
morrow so the gasoline passenger
yacht Bayocean will leave on schedule.
She will make two round trips weekly
until the beach rush demands a more
To load lumber for San Francisco,
the steamer Olson & Mahony left last
night for Tacoma. The steamer Car
los, which discharged yesterday at
Couch-street dock on arriving from
San Francisco, will proceed to the
Clark 4 Wilson mill at Llnnton and
load 200.000 feet for San Francisco and
continue to Tacoma to finish.
Arrangements have been made for the
steamer M. F. Henderson to depart this
evening with barge No. 93 In tow. The
nil tanker Atlas will also have a Una
aboard. She towed the barge from
San Francisco laden with 26.000 bar
rels of fuel oil. while on the tanker
was a cargo of 15,000 barrels.
In tow of the steamer Cascade and
tug Oneonta, the Bank liner Suverlo
shifted through the bridges from In-man-Poulsen's
berthing at the Alblna dock, where she
worked flour and will leave down to
day for Kalama to finish loading lum
ber and then proceed to Puget Sound.
She was cleared yesterday with 1.300,
000 feet of lumber valued at $5.600,
and 3827 barrels of flour, worth 115.
303. She will be the last Oriental liner
to get away this month.
A G. D. KerrelL of San Francisco,
general passenger agent of the San
Francisco & Portland Steamship Com
pany and Pacific Mall line, passed
through Portland late Friday evening
on his way home from Salt Lake City,
where he attended a meeting of the
Transcontinental Tassegner Associa
tion, which was In session but one day,
the members being desirous of hurry
ing business matters so they could
Journey through the Yellowstone Park
in a body.
Movement of Vessels.
POTtTLAXD, June 24. Arrived Steamer
Tamnlpals. from Fan Francisco. Sailed
Fteamer Oeorse W. Elder, for San Diego and
way ports; steamer Xome City, for San
Francisco and Kan Pedro; steamer Olson and
Mahonv. for Tacoma.
Astoria. June 24 Sailed Gasoline schoon
er Anvil, for Bandon and way ports. Ar
rived at 5 and left up at ftt.V) A. ii Nor
wetfan steamer Elaa. from Eureka. Arrived
at 0 and left up at 8 A. M. Steamer Tamal
pals, from San Francisco. Arrived down at
3:40 A. M. and sailed at 12 noon Tug
Dauntless with log raft In tow, for San
San Francisco. June 24. Arrived at 3 A.
M steamer Ca.co, from Columbia River.
Arrived at 9 A. M. Steamer Rose City, from'
Portland: steamer Alliance, from Portland
via Eureka. Arrived at 11 A. M. Nor-e-gtan
steamer Itygja, from Hongkong and
way pons, for Portland. Arrived Steamer
Bear, from San Pedro.
San Francisco, June 24. Arrived Steam
era Canco. from Columbia River; Buckman,
from Seattle; Tallac, from Port Townsena;
Nairn Smith, from Coos Bay: Rose City,
from Portland: Oceano. from Tacoma: Ryg
la from Hollo; Flfleld. from Ktndon.
Sailed steamers President. for Seattle:
Nlairara. for MoJI: Boverii-. for Comox; En
terprise, for Hilo: Conster. for Portland;
Claremnnt, for Orays Harbor: Yellowstone,
for Astoria: yacht Seafarer, for Seattle.
Tides at Astoria.
High Water. Low Water.
13 A. M . feet':oS A. f -LI feet
lLU T, 11... J.I et!6:4T. ifa ,! last
FAME TO BE NATION-WIDE
Tonrlsta or World to Ivearn or Great
Watering Place) on Tillamook Ray
as Soon as Owners of Property
Are? Ready for Guests.
BT E. C. SAMMONS.
TAKING its place beside the best
beach resorts upon the Pacfio
Coast. Bayocean. the Tillamook
Bay beach resort. Is now an estab
lished retreat. With the opening of a
hotel, the building of amusement parks
and bathing-houses. Oregon's latest
Summer refuge bids fair this year to
usurp much of the popularity of past
years enjoyed by Seaside, Gearhart,
Newport. Elk Creek and Long Beach.
Bayocean has fought a hard battle.
Two'years ago It was a mere sand spit
staked out in lots. Today It is a
bustling, thriving little beach resort.
Everywhere work is going on, gangs
of workmen being engaged In shaping
the plans for a great place.
The work of the past two years and
the plans for the present year embrace
the expenditure of more than 3650,000.
The new beach, which will be less than
three hours by rail from Portland, will
not be at Its best this year, nor next
year, nor even the following year; per
haps not for three or four years. Bay
ocean Is being built for the future.
And the bulldera are going about it
in the most Improved fashion. Since
the opening of a temporary hotel, tho
construction of a wharf and digging of
a ship channel, the principal work has
been and will be for the next year
of laying out streets, paving and side
walks. Xo Ixs to Be) Sold.
Bayocean Is not a real estate project
any longer. It Is shaping Itself Into
what will be Oregon's best tourist at
traction in a few years. There are no
lota to be sold In Bayocean, that work
being completed a year ago. A new
end metropolitan beach property, open
to both land and water transportation
will be of Inestimable value as an ad
vertising asset to Oregon.
Richened by the gifts of Natures
hand. Bayocean will be a marvelously
beautiful outing place when man's
hands has polished off Nature's Jewels.
With beaches on two sides, surrounded
on all sides, but the west, by the rich
est hunting and fishing country in Ore
gon, a land noted for game, and hav
ing all the beach attractions light
houses, lifesaving stations, wind caves,
ragged cliffs, mountain trails, lover's
lanes, etc Bayocean stands out un
paralleled on the Pacific Coast. Its
beaches are of hard sand. Its drinking
water comes from a mountain stream
high on top of Cape Hears and la clear,
cold and there) Is an ampje supply for
More than $1,500,000 are to be spent
In Improving the resort This will
include the building of a $350,000 hotel,
which as a Summer hotel will be sec
ond to none In the United States.
Dredges are now digging the sites for
two of the largest salt water plunges
In the United States, the main one
which will be 600x1000 feet in dimen
sions. Added to this at a later time
will be & huge natatorium with hot
and cold salt water baths. An amuse
ment park is now building, to Include
the latest apparatus for entertaining
children and grown-ups. There is a
wharf at which lands the yacht Bay
ocean, a 150,000 gasoline 'essel, which
will ply in the passenger-carrying
trade between Portland and Bayocean
during the Summar months.
Bayocean la Peninsula.
Bayocean Is really a peninsula,
bounded by the Pacific Ocean and Till
amook Bay, and Is four miles long. It
Is somewhat rugged, having In places
an elevation of-nearly 200 feet. The
hotel Is to be erected on a promontory
overlooking Bayocean and surrounding
mountains for miles, an ideal place for
It. Interlaced on the neck of land are
to be boulevards, with one extending
10 miles around the bay to Tillamook
City, which will connect a good auto
mobile road to Portland.
Two railroads the Hill an Harrl
man lines will be in position 'to carry
tourists to the place in another year,
perhaps later In this season. Being
only four hoifrs' run south of the Co
lumbia Klver bar, Bayocean Is nicely
situated for a sea voyage. It has a
land-locked harbor with deep water.
Joaquin Miller once said:
"See once Columbia's scenes, then
roam no more: no more remains on
earth for mortal eyes."
Columbia River is seen at Its best
on the way to Bayocean as well as the
beautiful scenes along the rugged Ore
gon coast. Including the Columbia bar.
North Head. Tillamook Head and rock,
Neah-kah-nie Mountain and the Warn
ing Rocks at Tillamook. By rail to the
Tillamook Bay leads one through for
ests of virgin fir and stately spruce,
across the Coast Range.
Howard Paul, a Chicago banker, who
saw Bayocean last week has the fol-
"Bayocean Is an Ideal place, as good i
as any' of the California beaches. Its i
naturalness Is Its best asset. I know
of no other place in the United States
that surpasses It, unless It be Daytona
Beach. Florida. The beach is hard,
the surroundings are Ideal and It ap
peals to me as a masterpiece ui uuu.
Business Men See. Bayocean.
Twenty-seven Portland business men
last week visited Bayocean as tha
guests of T. Irving Potter. They were
met with cordial receptions from the
business men of Bay City, Bayocean
and Tillamook, who gathered at Bay
ocean for a banquet in honor of the
Portland party. These business men of
the fertile Tillamook County all were
enthusiastic over Bayocean.
Webster Holmes, president of the
Tillamook Commercial Club, extended
to the business men of Portland an In
vitation to visit Tillamook Bay as a
body. Plans are now being made by
the Portland commercial bodies to visit
the country for the first time. The trip
will probably be made by steamer.
T. Irving Potter, who founded Bay
ocean. In speaking of the plans for
the beach resort at the Bayocean ban
quet last week said In part:
"My father and I founded Bayocean.
We put It on the market as , a real
estate venture. Intending to make n
fortune out of it. We now see it in a
different light. Every cent of money
derived from the sale of property has
been or will be spent In giving Oregon
the best beach retreat on the Pacific
We will not make one oent out of
the sale of property we can't make
a penny. But we do expect to come out
financially ahead of the game, not by
harvesting the land, but by harvesting
the tourist crop. Kxtensive advertis
ing will be done to attract tourists
from all parts of the United States.
Tourist travel our way la constantly
increasing. In, doubling or tripling the
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ing men to feel
that they can come
to our office free
ly for examination
and explanation ot
bound by any ob
ligation to take
they so desire. We
will make a thor
ough and scientif
ic examination ol
your ailments fret
of charge, an ex
will disclose your true uiutiral con
dition, without a knowledge of
which you are groping in the dark.
If you have taken treatment else
where without success, we will show
you why It failed. Every man
should take advantage of this op-
fortunlty to learn his true condt
ion, as we will advise him how to
best regain his health and strength
and preserve them unto ripe old age.
If your case is curable, the
system of MAN-BUILJ5ING treat
ment will give you Immediate bene
fit and a quick and lasting cure.
There is no uncertainty about it.
No risk to run. Our guarantee NO
MONEY REQUIRED UNTIL SATIS
FIED is your absolute protection.
We cannot tell you in this an
nouncement all we would like to,
but will fully and freely explain our
proven methods to all ailing men
who come to us for the help they
AFFLICTED MEJT, before treating
elsewhere, honestly Investigate our
proven method. Yon Tvill then under
stand how easily we cure all curable
rases ot VARICOSE VF.1XS, SPECIFIC
Hl.OOn POI?iO, SERVO -VITAL DE
BILITY, OBSTRUCTIONS. BLADDER
and KIDNEY troubles, CONTRACTED
ailments, FILES and all RECTAL ail-
... v n t .
What you want is a cure, iome
to us and get it. Once under our
treatment you will quickly realize
how simple a thing it Is to get well
in the hands of a specialist who
knows his business. Our cures add
not only years to life, but life to
vears. Office hours, daily 9 to B;
evening, 7 to 8; Sunday. 10 to 1 only.
DR. GREEN CO.
362 Washington St., Portland, Or.
I Cure Men!
IS MY FEE
Pay When Cored
General DebUlty, Wens: Srerves, In
somniaResults of exposure, overwork
and other violation, of Xsture'. !"
Diseases of Bladder nnd Kidneys, Vari
cose Veins, quickly and permanently
cured nt .mall expense.
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronlo cases cured. All
burning, itching and inflammation
stopped in 24 hours. Cures effected In
seven days. Consultation free. If un
aDle to call, write for list of questions.
Office Hours A- M. to 8 1'. M.
Eundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL CO.
324 WASHIXGTO.V STREET,
Corner First, Portland. Oregon.
L. T. YEE & SONS
I The Old. Reliable Chinese I
Doctor spent lifetime study at
J"V" ; fa herb, .na reercn in vmnat .
was granted diploma by the
i a Emperor; guarantee, cure au
5 r' sllment. of men and women j
when other, fall. It yoo snf- 1
SONS MEDICINES CO.
First. Cor. Alder, rartlaad; Ob
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