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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND. JULY 3.
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Wooden Steamers Built in
Oregon During War.
RECORDS NOW CLOSED
Three Are Caponka, Fort Scott
and Issaquena, According to
Advices Received Here.
Three wooden steamers that fig
ured in the programme of Oregon
shipbuilding during the war period
have been "scrapped," according to
advices trom the Bhipping board to
George U. Piper, collector of cus
toms. The three are the Caponka
and Fort Scott, turned out by the
Grant Smith-Porter Ship company,
and the Issaquena, constructed by
the St. . Helens Shipbuilding com
pany. The Caponka and Issaquena were
turned over to the Chesapeake En
gineering & Construction company,
while the Port Scott was' delivered
to "Charles A. Jording of Baltimore,
all scores being first removed. The
Caponka was a Hough type and was
completed September 13, 1918, being
assigned to Sudden & Christenson
for operation. The Issaquena and
Port Scott were Ferris ships, the
first being delivered December 18,
1918, and assigned to Sudden &
Christenson, while the second was
delivered January 25, 1919, and as
signed to the Columbia Pacific
Records Now Closed,
The information was forwarded
to Portland because the ships were
ooumented here and their records
are now closed as far as the custom
house is concerned. 'While appreci
ating the policy of the navy to scrap
ships, men who figured in the
wooden shipbuilding programme had
not expected the same system to be
applied to the commercial fleet.
So far as is known here, the
wooden steamers are playing small
part in commerce under govefn
: -ent control today. Some are out of
commission in foreign waters and
others are at Atlantic coast harbors
tied up, while there were a limited
number sold and they ere mostly in
service, as far as is reported here.
Design Not Approved.
As was evidenced by the tale of
au uncompleted wooden hulls on the
Pacific coast, the shipping board is
for getting rid of certain floating
obligations and completed wooden
steamers have undoubtedly been
disposed of at euch figures that
they are classed as having been
Oregon l.-ers were not in favor
of the type of wooden steamships
turned out during the war, arguing
that large steam schooners woull
be. preferred for gener- purposes,
especially in relieving steel tonnage
to be used m the war zone, holding
as well that after the war the steam
schooner design would prove more
salable for lumber carriers.
TOW INTERESTS ARE MERGED
Knappton Company of Astoria
Acquires Rival Interests.
ASTORIA, Or., July 1. (Special.)
The KnaDDton Tuhnof
and the towage department of the!
Callendar Navigation company have
been consolidated, and, effective to
day, the business will be conducted
under the name of the Knappton
Towboat company, with headquar
ters at , the Callender dock, and
Henry Sklbbe and Harry Flavel in
The Callender Navigation com
pany will continue to operate its
wharf and storage business under
its orignal name.
The Knappton Towboat company
has been engaged almost exclusively
in the towing of logs, and its fleet
consists of six steamers, Knappton,
Coquille, Electro, Miller, Defender
and Myrtle, and two oil barges. The
Callender Navigation company's fleet
comprise the steamers Melville,
Myrtle, Jordan, and Ida W a der
rick barge, an oil barge and four
lighters. It has engaged in towing
logs as well as sand and gravel.
All these vessels will be united in
one fleet to handle the various lines
PURSE-SEINE BAN IN EFFECT
Master Fish Warden to Conduct
Patrol of Oregon Waters.
A CTHP T A r- T..1 -i ,r . . .
v - . V,., u uijf opeciai.j
Carl D. Shoemaker, Oregon master
fish warden, arrived here last even
ing to direct the campaign which
is designed to prevent any of the
purse-seine craft from violating the
Oregon anti-purseseine law. Today
he chartered the Sanborn Cutting
launch Phoenix, which, with the
fisheries denartmpnt larv,
nor Olcott, will begin patroling the
beach next Monday morning to see
that none of the purse-seine craft
encroach within the three-mile limit
or attempt to tiring any fish into
the Columbia river.
The Washington State fish com
mission will have a patrol boat out
side and the three vessels will work
together in enforcing the laws.
One purse-seine craft is reported
to4 have gone outside this morning
to begin operations and the launch
Governor Olcott left this afternoon
to watch her movements.
Steamer to Ioad Wheat.
The Furness-Prince line steamer
Mongolian Prince, due July 15, is to
load a large parcel of wheat and
considerable lumber for Europe. She
will be followed August 15 by the
Siberian Prince and September 15
by the Eastern Prince. The latter
sailed last week for the orient and
wiil load for the far. side of the At
antic on her return. . The sinking of
the Welsh Prince at Altoona, in
May, nas not caused any material
setback in the service, and it is said
a monthly schedule will be main
tained in the future.
Ship Agency Established.
J. M. Van Duzer, for a lengthy
penoa connected with Mitsui & Co,
and later with the Williams Steam-
ship company agency here, has es
tablished a steamship and broker
age agency in the Board of Trade
building. He is a brother of H. B.
Van Duzer of the Inman-Poulsen
Lumber company and former presi
dent of the chamber of commerce.
Lumber Shipments Light.
ST. HELENS, Or., July 1. (Spe
elal.) This week has f been the
lightest in lumber shipments for
some time. Only one vessel cleared,
the Willamette, with 850,000 feet
of lumber and piling for San Fran
cisco. The steamer Viking arrived
Thursday and will take 1,100,000 j
feet for San Pedro, being scheduled
Putnam arrived Friday night and is
taking on a cargo of 1,050,000 feet
for the same destination. Several
coastwise steamers are expected
during the coming week and two
steamers will call for partial car
goes for delivery on the Atlantic
STEAMER SENATOR CROWDED
Coast Travel Declared to Be On
In Full Blast.
Every first-class accommodation
aboard the steamer Senator of the
Admiral line, was taken when the
vessel departed for California ports
soon after S o'clock yesterday after
noon, and it was said by William L.
Oxley of fch passenger department,
that lie was unable to take care of
all who applied for passage. Reser
vations have been made for south
bound sailings until well along in
Captain Sohst of the Senator
brought a full passenger list to the
city Friday. Another crowd arrived
last night aboard the steamer Rose
City of the San Francisco & Port
land Steamship company. The Rose
City is to carry a big list away
Tuesday, reservations being heavy
despite the fact that it, is July 4.
July and August are usually the
heaviest months as to steamship
travel on the'eoast, and it is evenly
balanced, as a rule, in both direc
tions. Purser Johnson and Dick Martin,
steward of the Senator, said yester
day much of the travel from Port
land extends to Los Angeles and
San Diego, while the summer exodus
in the south is on so passengers
landed at San Pranctsco are re
placed by travelers headed for the
southern part of the state.
Dock to Be Enlarged.
Plans for an addition to Supple's
dock, at the foot of Belmont street,
that will increase the shed capacity
one-third, are being prepared and
construction is to start soon. The
present dock shed covers 100 by 200
feet and the addition is to be 100
feet square. For several months the
dock has been the delivery point for
California cement and it is said at
times space has been insufficient. It
is probable that in the future an ele
vator or ramp will be Installed for
handling freight to and from river
' Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, July 1. Arrived at 11:45
A. M., motorship Bablnda, from San
Francisco; at 1:15 P. M., steamer Frank
G. Drum, trom Gaviota, via San Fran
cisco; at 3:29 P. M steamer Daisy
Mathews, from San Francisco; at 5:45
P. M-, British steamer Benlawers, from
Mnroran; at 7 P. M.. British steamer
Canadian Prospector, from Point Alberni;
at 10:45 P. M., steamer Rose City, from
San Francisco. Sailed at 12:30 A M.,
motorship Callfornian for Europe; at 8
P. M., steamer Edgar F. Lnckenbach for
New York, via Westport; at 8 P. M-,
steamer Solano for San Pedro; at 5 P. M
Japanese steamer Meiwu Mara for United
Kingdom; at 6 P. M., from Westport,
steamer Johan Poulsen for San Fran
cisco; at 10 P. M., steamer Wlilsol for
New York and Baltimore via Pug-et sound
ports; at fi P. M., steamer Senator for
San Diego and way ports. ,
ASTORIA July 1. Sailed at 5:40 last
night Dutch steamer Bondowso for
Shanghai; at 6:05 last night Dutch
steamer Moerdljk for Rotterdam and
way porta Arrived and left up at mid
night, motorship Bablnda, from San
Francisco; at 1 and left up at 2 A. M..
steamer Daisy Mathews, from San Fran
cisco; at 1:80 and left up at 3 A. M
steamer Frank G. Drum, from Gaviota,
via San Francisco; at 1 and left up at
8:30 A. M British steamer Canadian
Prospector, from Point Alberni; left up
at 7:30 A. M., British steamer Beg
lawers. Sailed at 8:30 A. M., motorship
Callfornian for Europe; at 8:50 .A M.,
six American destroyers for San Fran
cisco. Arrived at 12:10 and left up at
3:15 P. M steamer Rose City, from San
SAN PEDRO, CaL, July i. Arrived:
Harvard, from' San Francisco, at 10: It
A. M. ; Admiral Farragut. from San
Diego, at 3:30 A. M. ; San Juan, from San
Francisco, at 7:30 A. M.; Nehalem, from
Grays harbor, at 12:30 A M. ;. Tngaren
(Swedish), from Newcastle, England, at
6:30 A. M. ; W. S. Miller, from San Fran
cisco, at 6 A. M. ; Annette Rolph, trom
Portland, at 8 A. M. ; Mobile City, from
New York, at 6 P. M.; La Brea, from San
Francisco, at 8:30 P. M.
Departed: Harvard, for San Francisco,
at 4 P. M.; Admiral Farragut. for Port
land, 11 A. M. ; San Juan, for Cristobal,
at 6 P. M. ; Agwaidale. for Portland and
Seattle, at 7 P. M. ; Flavel, for Astoria,
at 3 P. M.; G. C. Lindauer, for Albion,
at 6 P. M. ; Everett, for Seattle, at 4:80
P. M.; West Gambo, for Portland and
Seattle; H. T. Harper, for Portland, at 12
noon; Nehalem, for Grays harbor, at 3:30
P. M. ; Annette Rolph, for Portland, at
5 P. M.; Forest King, for Portland, at
4:15 A. M.; W. S. Miller, for Portland,
at 8;30 P. M.
SEATTLE, June 30. Sailed at 3 P. M,
steamer Eagle for Portland, via Willapa
EVERETT, June 30. Sailed at 7 P. M-,
tug Sea Lion for Astoria.
ST. HELENS, July 1. Passed1 at 9:15
A M., motorship Bablnda; at 11 A M.,
steamer Frank G. Drum; at 11:0 A.'M.,
Daisy Mathews; at 3:05 P. M British
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., July 1. Ar
rived Oleum, from Seattle; Point Reyes,
from Point Arena; Genoa Maru, from
New York; Port Angeles, from Mukilteo.
Departed Remus, for Tacoma; Will-,
hilo, for New York; Enterprise, forHllo;
Jacob Luckenbach, for Mobile; Hartwood,
for Grays Harbor.
NEW YORK, July L-Arrived Con
tesso, from Genoa.
BERGEN, June 26. Arrived Kris
tiania Fjord, from New York.
PLYMOUTH, June 30. Arrived Mon
golia, from New York.
QUEEN STOWN, July 1. Arrived
ticythia, from New York.
SOUTHAMPTON, June 80.-
Kroonland, for New York.
D1VC1 T.T , 15 T T..1 ,
Arrived Destroyers Chauncey, Somers
and Delphy, from "Portland; 'steamer
Tamalpals, from San Francisco; tanker
Atlas, from San Francisco.
Sailed Motorship Lassen, tor San
Pedro; Mundelta, for New York.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., July 1. Arrived
Motorship Jeanette R., from La Paz and
Magdalena Bay, at 8 A. M.; motorship
uryme, trom Ensenada, at 8 A. M.
Sailed Transport Capella, for Hamp
ton Roads, at 10 A. M.; oiler Neches, for
San Pedro, at 11:15 A. M.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 1. Arrived
Fulton, from British Columbia ports, at
0 P M. ; Michigan, from Bordeaux, at
7:30 A. M. ; Admiral Dewey, from San
Francisco, at 4:40 P. M. ; navy supply
ship Gold Star, from Hampton Roads, at
7:120 P. M. ; United States transport Bu-
ford, from Honolulu, at 5:10 A. M.
Sailed Michigan, for Hamburg, at
noon; Spokane, for ' southeastern Alaska,
at 1U A. si. ; Lyman Stewart, lor Oleum,
at 7:10 A. M.; Ocean Prince, for Kobe.
at 11:30 A. M. ; Quinault, for San Pedro
via Tacoma, at lJiriJA. M.v i
TACOMA, Wash., July '1. Arrived
Quinault, from. San Francisco at 8 P. M. ;
United States ship Texas, from New
York; Robert SmitR Self ridge. Chase,
Marcus Mullany, Mervlne. from San
Francisco, 1:30 P. M. '
Sailed President Grant, for Manila
via Seattle and Victoria, at 4:15 P. M. ;
La Touche, for Alaska ports, at 5 P. M.:
steamer Phyllis, for San Pedro, at 6
P. M. . .
RAYMOND. Wash., July 1. (Special.)
Passed in. Eagle, at 4 P. M., from Se
attle. Tides at Astoria Sunday.
High water. Low water.
8:52 A.M . ft.l:08 A.M 1.8 ft.
7:29 P.M .8.8 ft,l:01 P.M 1.4 ft.
Report From Mouth of Columbia River.
NORTH HEAD, July 1. Condition of
the sea at 6 P. M., smooth; wind, 14
NEUTRAL HALL LOCATED
HIRING OF DOCK WORKERS
FINALLY WORKED OOT.
Headquarters for Labor Chosen
and Will Be Established at No.
85 North Fifth Street. .
.; .- : )f
Portland's neutral hall for the em
ployment of longshoremen, union
and non-union, will be established
at No. 85 North Fifth etreet, between
Everett and Flanders. The location
has been approved both by the wa
terfront employers union and the
The step is in keeping with de
tails agreed to "ien the dock strike
was adjusted more than a week ago.
Columbia hall, at Second and Oak
streets, opened by the employers the
latter part of April, while objction
able to the union men because of
its association -with the strike, also
was held to be less convenient for
employment purposes than a ground
floor hall, so when the (strike was
disposed of the, selection of another
hiring place was made a part pi the
Steps will be taken at once for
the opening of an office, space be
ing partitioned from the main hall,
and the programme contemplates
the installation of shower baths and
other conveniences for the men
when they are-awaiting a call to
work. Lockers probably will be in-,
eluded in the fittings and in a gen
eral way it is intended to add com
forts. A committee of three will
be held responsible for the hall's af
fairs, a representative from the em
ploy era, one from the union and an
other from the. non-union group be
In all matters affecting working
conditions, scales and features of
longshore work they will be han
dled by the organisations, not by
the committee. Minor matters that
have come up relative to cargo work
have been taken care of under joint
consideration and the general opin
ion so far is that the new working
arrangement v'U prove satisfactory.
The longshoremen's union will va
cate its present headquarters at
Fifth and Gllsan streets..
The Dutch steamer Tjlkarang of the
Java-Pacific fleet, for which the Gen
eral Steamship corporation is - agent,, is
due Friday from San Francisco and loads
flour and lumber for the orient.
The motorship Babinda reached ter
minal No. 2 yesterday trom San Pedro
and San Francisco with cement and gen
eral cargo. She shifts to terminal No. 4
tomorrow to start loading for the south
The steamer Harry L. Luckenbach Is
due tonight from the east coast and has
aboard 680 tons of freight that will be
landed at the North Bank dock. The
steamer Edgar Luckenbach, which dis
charged at terminal No. 1 yesterday,
took aboard 400 tons of miscellaneous
cargo and left in the afternon for West
port, where ahe takes aboard 1,000,000
feet of lumber.
The steamer American of the American-Hawaiian
flag goes to the mill of
the St. John Lumber company this
morning from terminal No. 1 to begin
loading lumber, of which she will have
about 1,000.000 feet in addition to 800
tons of cargo, consisting of doors, wool
and woolen cloth, canned fruits and
The Norwegian steamer Havo. laden
with wheat for the United Kingdom,
was dispatched from the harbor at 7
o'clock yesterday mornining.
The steamer Johan Poulsen leftp West
port for San Pedro yesterday after
noon, lumber-laden for San Pedro.
The Bteamer Wilteolo of the Williams
line, having finished working Portland
cargo for the east, left down last night
to complete at A'toria.
The Norwegian steamer Hanna Nielsen
of the Asiatic-American line left Inman
Poulsen's for Astoria yesterday to finish
her lumber cargo for China.
The steamer Solano, carrying a full
load of lumber for San Pedro, was dis
patched from the Eastern & Western
mill yesterday. .
The steamer Daisy Matthews, bringing
general cargo from San Francisco, ar
rived yesterday and berthed at Couch
street dock. She loads lumber , for the
The Canadian steamer Canadian Pros
pector arrived in the river yesterday
trom Point Alberni ana proceeded here,
berthing at the Clark & Wilson mill last
night. She loads 1,500.000 feet of lum
ber for the orient on account of the
Pacific Export Lumber company.
The . first of the cigar-shaped ' lost
rafts completed this season by the Ben
son Dogginc company was moved from
Wallace slough to Astoria yesterday and
will be towed to San Diego. The raft
was shifted from the slough at high
water and advantage taken of the ebb
tide on the trip to Astoria.
The McCormlck steamer Celllo landed
the last of her San Francisco freight
at Couch street dock last night and
shifted to the Peninsula mill to work
lumber for San Pedro.
The Port of Portland commission Is to
hold an adjourned meeting at 11:30
o'clock tomorrow morning, according- to
a notice lssuea yesteraay.
The Willamette river is to fall to 14.S
feet above zero here Tuesday, accordln-g
to yesteraaye lorecast ol tne weather
bureau. The stage yesterday was 15 9
feet. .. .
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ASTORIA, Or.. July 21. (Snei-lal V
The steam schooner Daisy Matthews ar
rived at 12:30 this morning from San
Francisco with freight and went to Port
land, sne win load lumber at St. Helena
Five destroyers which arrived last
evening trom Portland sailed this morn,
ing for Puget sound. .
The motor schooner Babinda. nrr-ivAi
at 11 o'clock last night from San Diego
ana went 10 roruana with freight.
The tank steamer Frank G. Drum ar
rived at 2 o'clock this morning from
California with a cargo of fuel oil and
went to Portland.
The, motorship California with freight
To Arrive at Portland.
Santa Cruz. ........Ecuador July
Lehigh New York... July
Remus 3eattle July
Oeorgina Rolph San Fran. ...July
West Haven New York. ..July
Harry Lnckenbach. .New York... July
Willfaro Baltimore ...July
Carmarthenshire ...Europe .....July
Wapama San Fran.... July
Admiral Rodman. . . .San Fran. .. . .July
Eagle.. New York.. ..July
Admiral Farragut. . .San Diego. . ..July
To Depart From Portland.
Vessel For Date.
Annam ..Europe .....July 2
Lehigh .....New York... July 3
American Sew York.... July S
Rose City San Fran July 4
Celllo San Diego. ..July 4
West Haven New York... July fi
Harry Luckenbach. .New York. ...July 5
Admiral Rodman... S. F. & way. .July 6
Eagle Mew York.... July 6
Willfaro Baltimore ...July e
Carmarthenshire ...Europe .....July 7
Wapama San Diego... July g
Admiral Farragut. . .San Diego... July 8
Vessels in Port.
American .Terminal No. 1.
Annam. ........... Eastern A Western.
Xtaoinaa. .....uaaiipUAO. 2.
Benlawers Peninsula mill.
Canadian Prospector.Clark & Wilson
Celilo .......Peninsula mill.
Daisy Freeman .Warrenton.
Daisy Matthews ...Couch street
Edw., H. Luckenb&ch.Westport.
Hanna Nieiseb Astoria.
Kaikyu Maru Terminal No. 4.
Melgan Maru Frescott.
Oregon Pine. ...... .Peninsula mill.
Rose City Alnsworth dock.
Shinkoku Maru. ... -West Oregon Lumber.
Trinidad Tongue Point
Viking ......St. Helens.
Wes.t Kader.. ...... Terminal No. 4.
West Cayote .Terminal No. 1.
Closing time for the trans-Pacific
mails at the Portland main postofflce is
as follows (one hour " earlier at Station
G, 282 Oak street)
For Hawaii. 7:45 P. M., Jauly 3. per
steamer WUhelmina, from San Francisco.
For China. Japan and Philippines,
11:30 P. July 7. oer atmnu. p,ui.
I dsn. Grant, Item Seattle.
from Seattle and Portland sailed at 8
o'clock this morning for Liverpool via
Carrying lumber from Portland, Van
couver and Westport the steam schooner
Siskiyou sailed at 9 o'clock last night for
The British steamer Canadian Pros
pector arrived at 1 o'clock this morning
from Vancouver and went to Linnton to
The steamer lowan, with freight from
Portland and Astoria, sailed at S o'clock
tonight for the Atlantic seaboard.
The British steamer Kalomo arrived at
7:30 this morning from Portland with
freight for Europe and is awaiting or
ders. She was to load spruce lumber
here, but the only space she has for it
is on deck and whether she will be al;
lowed to take the lumber is not known
The steamer Rose City arrived mt 12:10 I
today from San Francisco with freight !
and passengers for Astoria and Portland.
Carrying a full cargo of lumber from
Knappton the steam schooner Hornet
sailed at 4 o'clock this afternoon for San
The steam schooners Virginia Olson
and Aune Hanify are due from San
Francisco en route to Portland.
The steam schooner Johan Poulsen,
with a cargo of lumber from Westport
was expected to sail tonight for San
. The British steamer Ben Law era. which
arrived yesterday from the orient left
at 7:30 this morning for Portland, where
she will load grain for Europe.
A telegram was received this after
noon by Austin Osburn of the Fourth of
July committee from Senator McNary,
stating that a fleet of war vessels will be
in Astoria for the celebration of July
8 and 4.
The Norwegian steamer Havo. with
erain frorn Portland, wu AitMCtMl in
sail tonigltt for the United Kingdom after
repairing her condensers here.
The Standard Oil motor tanker No. 5
arrived from Seattle at 5 o'clock this
evening. - .
GRAYS HARBOR, Wash., July 1.
(Special.) The steamer Tamalpals ar
rived from San Francisco at 7 o'clock
this morning to take cargo at the E. K.
The tanker Atlas of the Standard Oil
company arrived at 7 A. M. with a cargo
of gasoline and oil for the Standard
tank in east Aberdeen.
The destroyers Chauncey, Somers and
Delphy, from Portland, arrived at 1:30
o'clock - this afternoon. They tied up
at the Benbam dock, which will be their
base during the holidays.
The motorship Lassen cleared from the
E. K. Wood mill for San Pedro late yes
The steamer Artigas shifted from the
Eureka mill in Hoquiam to the Western
The steamer Charles H. Cramp moved
up the river from the National mill in
Hoquiam to the Anderson A Middleton
The steamers J. B. Stetson, Svea, Idaho
and Daisy Gadsby are expected to clear
this afternoon for San Francisco and San
COOS BAY, Or., July 1. (Special.)
June was a record .month for arrivals and
sailings on Coos bay. More than 90
craft crossed the bar during the month,
and while many sailings and arrivals
were of the gasoline schooner -class. It is
believed the lumber shipments were . up
to average of the past few months. Three
off-shore vessels made up the list for
loads going to ports other than on the
The steam schooner fhomas L Wand
arrived this morning from San Fran
cisco with several hundred ions of gen
eral merchaitdise which was discharged
at the Ocean dock.
The steamer Admiral Rodman arrived
from San Francisco this morning at
9:45 and went down the bay shortly
after 4, en route to Portland, the north
ern terminus of. her voyage.
The gas schooners Osprey and Tramp
arrived this forenoon from Rogue river
at 9:55 and 10:50.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 1. Three
lake-type steamers have been purchased
by San Francisco lumber companies for
their, coastwise business from the ship
ping board, according to advices received
here today. The Hammond company
purchased the Covena; the J. H. Baxter
company got the Cowanshannock and
the E. ' K. Wood f company the Lake
Shore. The vessels are lying in the
James river. They are of the type re
cently purchased by the Matson com
pany. The Cowanshannock Is 1515 net
tons and the Lake Shore 1193. The an
nouncement did not state the purchase
Opinions were advanced in shipping
circles today that next week would bring
efforts by all lines, concerned to adjust
difficulties that brought about the break
up of the lutercoastal conference. -
The H. F. Alexander, with its Shrine
excursionists aboard, arrived today from
Honolulu, making the 2080-mile run In
100 hours. The vessel .will leave Mon
day on a special Independence day trip
to Los Angeles after which It will be as
signed to its regular schedule in the
coastwise passenger business.
TACOMA, Wash.. July 1. The French
steamer Michigan sailed this morning for
Havre-and Dunkirk via ports after load
ing copper at the Tacoma smelter. The
Provldencia, discharging ore at the
smelter, probably will sail tomorrow.
The La Touche Is discharging ore at the
smelter and the President Grant Is load
ing copper for the orient
The Phyllis was listed to sail this ev
ening for San Pedro from the Defiance
mill with a cargo of lumber. The San
Diego, loading at the Tidewater, Port
& Puget Sound Lumber company, will
get away Sunday night, it was thought
today. The uulnault was booked for to
day from San Francisco to load lum
ber at the different local mills.
The Africa Maru of the Osaka Shosen
Kaisha line is due Sunday morning at the
Milwaukee docks. The vessel has about
2000 tons of general freigbt to discharge
nere. f rom Tacoma she goes to Seattle
Sunday night to discharge- bulk oil and
then to Vancouver to discharge and load
She will return to Tacoma the latter
part or next week to load.
SAN PEDRO, Cat, July 1. Four-passenger
vessels are due to arrive here to
morrow with the largest combined passen
ger list brought here for some months.
They are the Yale and Humboldt, from
San Francisco, the Colombia from New
York and tbe Admiral Schley from Se
The old troop ship Nero, which has
Deen lying at Mare island since she was
seized by the United States during the
Spanish-American war, will be scrapped
by a local firm for transhipment to
t.nina. It was announced here today.
A large cargo of coffee, kapok and co
cosmut oil is due here Monday on the
new steamer, Tjlkarang, which will es
tablish direct freight and passenger serv
ice out of this port to Java for the Java-
SEATTLE, Wash., July 1. The list of
applications tor bookings on the Admiral
line steamer. Spokane which sailed this
morning for southeastern Alaska ports
exceeded the accommodations. Most of
the passengers were early season tourists
or cannery men going north for the
Addition of three more vessels to the
intercoastal service was announced yes
terday by the Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific
Steamship company. The new ships are
the West Farallon, West Chopaka and'
w est prospect.
Closing of charter for three Swedish
steamships by the Trans-Oceanic com'
pany was announced today by Drew
Cbidester,' Pacific coast manager of the
company. The vessels will be put in serv
ice between thePacific coast and British
and Scandinavian ports. The ships are
the Brielle, the Krlstlaniafjord and the
One hundred tons of glass from Bel
gium for Seattle consignees was unloaded
today from the Michigan of the Com
panie Generate Trans-Atlantiaue.
Three ships of the Alaska Steamship
company's fleet will be in port for July
4. The passenger liners Northwestern
and Jefferson are due tomorrow .or
Monday morning and the freighter La
touche is expected Monday night.
With 2500 tons of general cargo from
New York and Philadelphia, most of it
structural stel, the Isthmian ' line
freighter Robin Goodfellow arrived this
morning. She will be followed next week
by her sister ship,' the Robin Adair.
PORT ANGELES, July 1. The steamer
Julia Luckenbach came in from Seattle
last night and loaded 2.A0fl.onn erM-n
The steamer Fulton arrived this morn
ing. She unloaded general freight and
then took on 400 egg crates from the
Crescents Box Board company for San
PORT TOWNSEND, July 1. The
Wheatland Montana has finished loading
lumber at Grays Harbor and will arrive
on Puget sound tomorrow to complete
cargo at Seattle for the far east.
The Japanese steamer Toyama Maru
is expected for quarantine inspection to
morrow morning. She discharged part
cargo at Vancouver and will proceed- to
Seattle to complete unloading.
The tanker Yorba, fn the service of
. the General Petroleum corporation, ar
I rived tbis morning trom ban Pedro with
l luei oil.
KORANTON AN D SCRANTON TO
LOAD WHEAT HERE.
Engagement of Steamers Make
Total of 6ix Carriers for
Portland Grain Business. ,
BAN FRANCISCO, July 1. The
following ship charters were . re
ported here today:
Schooner William Taylor char
tered for lumber from British Co
lumbia to Callao. private terms;
schooner Annie M. Campbell, for
lumber, from North Pacific to Cal
lao, $1$ per 1000 feet; Japanese
steamer Azumasan Maru, for lumber,
from North Pacific to Australia, pri
vate terms; steamers . Santa Paula,
Olivia and Santa Malta, by Pacific
mail, on time charter for inter
coastal trade; British steamer Sheaf-
mead, Qr nitrate, from Chile to Ha
waiian islands, private terms; Brit'
ish steamer Koranton, for wheat,
from Portland to United Kingdom,
35 shillings per ton; British steamer
Scranton, for wheat, from Poiland
to the United Kingdom, on private
Engagement of the British steam
ers Koranton and Scranton to load
new-crop wheat here makes a total
of six carriers announced for that
business, others being the Norwe
gian bark Harald, British steamer
Baron Polworth, British steamer
Benavon, and the Japanese steamer
Tenpaisan Maru. Though the Kor
anton was taken at 35 shillings it
is said as high as 37s 6d has been
done for new-crop loading and par
cel space for Europe ia being quoted
at 40 shillings.
With the exception of the Scran-'
ton, the Northern Grain &- Ware
house company is admittedly the
charterer of the other ships. Five
Japanese steamers, for which Suzuki
& Co. are agents, have been fixed for
new crop business here, but the
charters are unannounced. It - is
estimated by some that the new crop
flee, already taken exceeds 15, but
exporters in most instances are not
committing themselves to tonnage
The Japanese steamer Azumasan
Maru, which is .owned by the Mit
suii interests, is expected to load
on the river. In connection with
the engagement of the schooner
Annie, M. Campbell to work a lum
ber cargo for Callao at a rate of
$16, one of the Portland-owned sail
ers was offered the same freight
last week and the business was de
clined. KAIKYU MARU HAS FE
BLAZE BREAKS OUT IN PORT
BUNKERS OF JAPANESE.
Coal Ordered Discharged to Make
Sure That Flames Do Not
Fire broke out in the port bunkers
of the Japanese steamer Kaikyu
Maru yesterday morning at ter
minal No. 4, she being alongside pier
No. 5 loading lumber for Japan.
Fully 300 tons of water were poured
into three hatches before the fire
was conquered. That is the second
time within the last week that fire
was fought aboard the ship, the
first being in- the starboard bunk
Fire Marshal Cooper, at terminal
No. 4, managed yesterday to handle
the trouble, and only part of his
crew of 12 was called on. The coal
was loaded aboard the vessel in Ja
pan, and, while the use of water has
served to cool it, officers of the ship
were advised to shift the fuel as a
further means of cooling, but evi
dently were of the opinion the first
fire would not be repeated. . '
The fire was inquired into last
night by insurance interests, and as
a further protection it was ordered
that the coal be discharged on a
barge to insure cooling. Should sim
ilar trouble be experienced at 'sea,
serious damage might result, and it
was felt that every precaution
should be taken here, even to the
extent of bunkering with different
coal "to eliminate, danger of over
heating. A. H. Bryant, marine surveyor and
associate of Captain William C. Mc
Naught of the San Francisco board
of marine underwriters, with Cap
tain Jack Speier, harbormaster,
went to the ship last night, and Mr.
Bryant surveyed the bunkers. It
was after the survey that the coal
was ordered discharged.
L NO. 1 BUSY
CONGESTION AND DREDGING
New Unit to Be Ready Last of
July Affording More Space
for Freight Storage.
Because of congestion and the fact
the dredge Portland is clearing sedi
ment from the slip, terminal No. 1
was reported "full up" yesterday,
so the Harry L. Luckenbach, due
tonight from the Atlantic coast, will
be berthed at the North Bank dock.
The steamer Edgar Luckenbach
landed about 804 tons of freigbt at
the terminal and that caused space
in the shed to be filled, except suoh
as might have been utilized had the
dredge not occupied the slip. As
the dredging had been planned when
it appeared as if there would not be
a demand for .the slip berth, it was
deemed, unfortunate that any ves
sel was not accommodated, yet with
the freshet water falling the clear
ing of sediment was held essential
at this time. 1
With every prospect tbat the in
tercoastal movement will increase,
partly influenced by the cut in rates,
as well as a natural gain in the
trade, the .recent purchase of ad
joining property by- the commission
of public docks and construction
of a second unit which will be ready
for freight the latter part of the
month, is pointed - to -as being fully
warranted. The second unit Will af
ford almost as much space as the
deck shed on the first unit and pro
vide two extra berths for vessels.
OCEAN-GOING RAFT ARRIVES
Tug Sea Lion Will Tow Floater
vFrom Astoria to San Diego.
ASTORIA, Or July 1. (Special.)
The first of the Benson Lumber
company's ocean-going log rafts
destined for San Diego arrived from
Wallace slough at 12:30 today and
was moored in the lower harbor.
The raft contains 5,000,000 feet of
logs, as well as a deckload of poles
and shingles, sne will be towed
down the coast by the tug Sea Lion,
due from Puget sound ' tonight or
tomorrow evening. At least three
more rafu will be taken to San
' in Passenger Train Schedules
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ry.
SATURDAY, JULY 1
j PORTLAND ASTORIA CLATSOP BEACH MNE
' ' . LEAVING PORTLAND
New Limited Train Ko. SI, Saturday Only Leave Portland 8:10 A. M, arrive Astoria 11:25 A. if..
Seaside 12:25 P. M. Stops at Astoria, Gearhart and Seaside, and stops only to discharge passengers
at Warrenton, Columbia Beach, Carnahan, West and Surf. Observation parlor cars and coaches.
Dally Express ' Train No. 21 Leave Fortlandi:20 A. M. instead of 8:15, making usual stops east of
Astoria; regular stops at iWarrenton, Gearhart and Seaside, and stops at Columbia Beach, Carnahan,
West and Surf to discharge passengers from points east of Astoria. Arrive Astoria 12:25 P. AI., Sea
side 1:30 P. M. Observation parlor car, except Saturday; coaches. .
New Loral Dally Train No. 27 for Rainier Leave Portland 12:25 P. M. United Railways connection.
New Limited Dally Trvln No. 25 Leave Portland 1:45 P. M., arrive Astoria 6:00 PM., Seaside 6:00
P. M. Regular stops Rainier, Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart and Seaside? signal stops at St. Helens and
Clatskanie; stops to discharge passengers at points west of Warrenton. Observation parlor -car and
coaches. . 1
Local Dally Train No. 29 for Rainier Leave Portland 6:15 P M. (instead of No. 2T at 4:20 P. M.).
United Railways connection.
Dally Express Train No. 23, leaving Portland C:20 P. M. for Astoria, Seaside, etc., unchanged. Obser
vation parlor car and coaches.
Special Limited Train Monday, Jnly 3 Only Leave Portland 4:00 P. M., arrive Astoria 7:15, Seaside
8:10. Stops at Astoria, Gearhart, Seaside, and to discharge passengers from Portland at Warrenton.
Columbia Beach, Carnahan, West and Surf. Observation parlor car and coaches.
ARRIVING PORTLAND '
Dally Local Train No. 26 from Rainier. Arrive Portland 10:00 A. M. instead of 9:50.
Daily Express Train No. 22 from Seaside and Astoria. Arrive Portland 12:10 P. M. instead of 12:15
P. M. United Railways connection. Observation Parlor car and coaches.
Daily Local Train No. 28 from Rainier instead of Seaside and Astoria will arrive Portland 4:35 P. M.
instead of 5:10.
Dally Express Train No. 24 from Seaside and Astoria will arrive Portland 8:05 P. M. instead of 9:05.
Observation parlor car, except Sunday; coaches.
New Limited Train No. 30, Sundays Only, and Tuesday. July 4, leaving Seaside 6:35 P. M.. Astoria
6:35; arrive Portland U:50 P. M. No stops east of Astoria. Observation parlor cars and coaches.
New Dally Limited Train No. 32, leave Seaside 6:20 P. M-, Gearhart 6:26, Astoria 7:15; arrive Portland
10:30 P. M. Stops on signal at Clatskanie, Rainier and St. Helens.
NORTH BEACH CONNECTIONS
O.-W. R. & N. Co. boat-train connections leave Astoria 7:30 A. M. and 12:40 P. M. daily, and 5:20
P. M. Saturday; arrive Astoria 10:15 A. M., 2:05 and 6:05 P. M. daily.
SUNDAY, JULY 2
. PORTLAND SPOKANE CHICAGO LINE
New Daily Local Train No. 6 for Lyle, will leave Portland 7:50 A. M., arrive Lyle 11:25 A. M.
New Daily Local Train No. 7 from. Lyle, leaving Lyle 2:25 P. M. will arrive Portland 5:45 P. M.
Inland Empire Express Train No. 4, will continue to leave Portland 9:15 A. M. (Union Station),
arrive Spokane 9:00 P. M. instead of 9:15. Stops -west of Lyle will be discontinued except Vancouver,
Camas, Stevenson and White Salmon.
Inland Empire Express Train No. 1 will contlniie to leave Spokane 8:10 A. M., arrive Portland 7:45
P. M. instead of 8:00. Stops west of Lyle will bs discontinued except at White Salmon, Stevenson.
Datnas and Vancouver. ,
All trains leave and arrive North Bank Station. Tenth and Hoyt Streets, except Spokane-Chicago
trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, which use Union Station. - .
UNITED RAILWAYS '
" SATURDAY, JULY 1
Daily trains will leave Linnton at 12:50 and 6:45 P. M., connecting with S. P. & S. trains leaving
Portland 12:25 and 5:15 P. M.; arrive Linnton 11:35 A. M.. connecting with S. P. & S. train arriving
Portland 12:10 ,P. M. and 5:10 P. M.
Diego this summer and the logs will
be manufactured into lumber at the
company's mill there.
RECEPTION DEPENDS ON RUN
Steamer Captain to Be Welcomed
if Ship Is Docked by Dark.
Captain H. W. Dowling of the
steamer Lehigh, flying the flag of
til, Mawsn line, is Dromised a re
ception by a delegation, of friends
if he manages to aocit ioc euiy ucid
before dark, which will complete a
speedy run of 26 days from Philadel
phia via California ports. The ves-
nv n.,rl miles south of
the Columbia river Friday night and
all manner of interest was mani
fested yesterday in the probabilities
of the skipper making the river
early this morning.
"Captain Dowling is one oi tne
youngest masters in the intercoastal
i t.r.c Bhnwn marked fi-bilitv
in handling vessels," remarked H. S.
Eaton of the Pacific steamsnip com
pany, agent for the Nawsco service,
Ship Reports by Radio.
By the Radio Corporation of America.
ti.a nodin Onraaration of America, in
co-operation with tbe United States pub
lie health service and the Seamen s
Church institute, will receive requests for
medical or surgical advice through its
KPH San Francisco station without coBt.1
ah nnBltlnn.! rDorted at 8 P. M. yes
terday, unless otherwise indicated, were
"iinijwnOD. Honolulu for Port Plrie,
2060 miles southwest of Honolulu, June 30.
M1TSOMA. Ullo lor md r rancisco.
1359 miles from San Francisco. June 80.
TAHITI, Sydney ror san Drancisco,
735 miles from Saan Francisco. June 80.
mat-i San Francisco for Honolulu,
8T2 miles from San Francisco, June 30.
NIL.B, Hilo for Victoria, 1608 miles
from Cape Flattery, June 30.
HANOVER, Itlllo for New York. 1886
miles east of Honolulu, June 30. .
HARRY LUCKENUAUit, an D'rancisco
for Portland, 188 miles north of San
ADMIRAL, FARRAGUT, - San Pedro for
San Francisco, 253 miles south of San
HOWICK HALL, San Diego for Liver
pool, 194 miles south of San XMeeo.
H. T. HARPER, San Pedro for Rich
mond, 65 miles north of San Pedro.
LlBffHATUlt, Ban rearo tor dithuu,
296 milt south of San Pedro.
W. S. MILLER, San Pedro ror -i-on-land,
10 miles north of San Pedro.
ENTERPRISE, San Francisco for Hilo,
66 miles west of San Francisco.
ATLAS, Aberdeen for Richmond,
crossed Grays Harbor bar, 8 P. M.
CLAREMONT, Santa Barbara tor Kay-
mond, 9 miles south of San Francisco.
NORTHLAND. Port Angeles for San
Francisco, 582 miles north of San Fran
cisco. C. A. SMITH, Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, 22 miles south, of Coos Bay.
R. J. flAINlNA, roini neiu ior oan
Pedro, 203 miles from Point Wells.
GEORGINA ROLPH, San Francisco for
Portland. 15 miles south of Columbia
WILLHILO. San Francisco for New
New York, 170 miles south of San Fran
cisco, ADMIRAL SCHLEY, Sam Francisco for
Wilmington, 47 miles south of San Fran
cisco. MANUKA I, San Francisco tor K-anuiui,
418 miles west of San Francisco.
MONTEBELLO. Martlnes for Wilming
ton, 200 miles from Wilmington.
COTTON PLANT, San Pedro for San
Francisco, 80 miles from San Francisco.
F. H. HILLMAN. San Pedro for Rich
mond, 64 miles from Richmond.
RUTH ALEXANDER, San Francisco
for Victoria, 60 miles north of San Fran
cisco. HARTWOOD, San Francisco for Grays
Harbor, 57 miles north of San Francisco.
EL SEGUNDO, San Pedro for Point
Wells, 502 miles from San Francisco.
WILLAMETTE, Portland for San
Francisco, 125 miles north of San Fran
cisco. CHARLIE WATSON. Richmond for El
Segundo. 9 miles from Richmond.
PRESIDENT. Victoria for San Fran
cisco, S3S miles from San Francisco.
TAHITI, Sydney for San Francisco,
418 miles from San Francisco.
ROBIN GRAY, Los Angeles for Balti
more, 366 miles south of San Pedro, noon.
CAUFORNIAN, Portlarid for Hamburg.
42 miles south of the Columbia river,
July 1, at noon.
FRANK G. DRUM, San Francisco for
Portland, arrived July 1, at 1 P. M.
, EASTERN SAILOR, Portland for Yoko
M DAI TMTi TO ID June so July x' 2 3 Eeturn
Jp IWJUllU 1 limit July 5. And each Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday, return limit Monday.
CLATSOP BEACH POINTS
SEASIDE AND GEARHART
NORTH BEACH POINTS
Illustrated folders, tickets, parlor car seats, etc., at:
ConnolMated Ticket Office, Third and Washington Sta.
North 'tank Station, Tenth and Hoyt Sta.
hama. 840 miles from the Columbia river,
June 30, at 8 P. M.
LEHIGH, San Francisco for Portland,
arrived In the Columbia river.
SEA LION (tug). Seattle for Astoria.
110 miles from Astoria.
EDGAR F. LUCKENBACH, Portland
for Westport arrived at Westport, July
1. at 8:30 P. M.
STUART DOLLAR. Kobe for Van-;
couver, 817 miles from Vancouver, June
30, at 8 P. M.
CATHERINE D., Bellingham for Na-1
nanimo, 10 miles from Nanaimo.
RAINIER. San Francisco for Belling
ham. 112 miles from Bellingham.
JULIA LUCKENBACH. left Port An- ,
gels for San Francisco.
HORACE X. BAXTER, Everett for San
Pedro, 84 miles from Everett.
NORTHLAND. Port Angeles for San
Francisco, 460 miles north of San Fran
cisco. STUART DOLLAR, Kobe for Van
couver, B. C, 475 miles from Vancouver.
By Federal Telegraph Company.
STANDARD ARROW, Tsingtau for San
Francisco, 4351 miles west of San Fran
cisco, June 30.
ALGONQUIN, San Pedro for Yoko
hama, 2759 miles west of San Pedro.
TA8CALUSA, Hongkong for San Fran
clsdb, 2242 miles west of San Francisco,
CANADIAN WINNER, Shanghai for
San Francisco, latitude 45:55 north, longi
tude 16:2I east.
W. F. H ERR IN, Port Costa for Hono
lulu, 1742 miles west of Port Costa,
CANADIAN FREIGHTER. Vancouver
for Yokohama. 1802 miles west of Van
couver, June 80.
EASTERN SAILOR. Portland for Yoko
hama, 042 miles from Columbia river,
POMONA, Seattle for Shanghai, 2351
miles west of Seattle, June 30.
PRESIDENT JACKSON, Seattle for
Yokohama, 2698 miles west of Seattle,
HANNAWA, Cehu for Portland, 1738
miles west of Columbia river. June 30.
BOHEMIAN CLUB, Manila for San
Francisco, 3313 miles west of San Fran
cisco. June 30.
WEST PROSPECT. Yokohama for San
Pedro, 8386 miles west of San Pedro,
PRESIDENT JEFFERSON. Yokohama
for Seattle, 1430 miles west of Seattle,
PRESIDENT LINCOLN, Yokohama for
San Francisco, 2482 miles west of Hono
lulu, June 30.
HEFFRON, New Orleans for Kobe, 720
miles from Kobe, June 80.
WEST GRBYLOCK, Manila for New
York. 224 miles west of Honolulu. June 30.
ECUADOR, San Francisco for New
York, 1650 miles south of San Francisco,
NEWPORT, Panama for San Francisco,
1750 miles south of San Francisco.
ROBIN GRAY. Baltimore for San
Pedro, 594 miles south of San Pedro,
June 80, noon. '
PRESIDENT WILSON, San Francisco
for Yokohama, 126 miles west of Hono
lulu, June SO.
STOCKTON, Seattle for San Francisco,
25 miles north of San Francisco.
OLEUM, Oleum for San Pedro. 315
miles north of San Pedro.
WAPAMA. San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, 18 miles south of San Francisco.
WAHKEENA, San Pedro for Grays
harbor, 420 miles north of San Pedro.
HARRY LUCKENBACH. San Francisco
for Portland, 255 miles south of Columbia
HARVARD, San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, 70 miles north of San Pedro.
HUMBOLDT, San Francisco for San
Pedro, at Santa Barbara.
K. I. LUCKENBACH. Philadelphia for
San Pedro, 65 miles south of San Pedro.
SAN JUAN, San Francisco for Cristo
bal, 365 miles south of San Francisco.
JACOB LUCKENBACH. San Francisco
PICKERS PICKERS PICKERS
LOGANBERRY PICKERS '
Brooks, Gervais, Salem
Picking starts Wednesday, July 5th, in all yards. 'Large tonnage
of Loganberries to be picked, insures two to three weeks of good
work at good wages something different from the hum-drum of
Write or call
OREGON GROWERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION.
Masonic Temple, Salem Phone 1370
for San Pedro, E2 miles south of San
FOREST KING. Redondo for Grays
Harbor, 10 miles north of Redondo.
COLOMBIA, New York for San Fran
cisco, 4ti8 milts south of San Francisco.
HA.MER, San Francisco for Honolulu,
75 miles west of San Francisco.
YALE, San Francisco for San Pedro,
iO miles Boutb of San FranciBco.
ESTHER DOLLAR, Norfolk for 8an
Francisco, 1180 miles south of San Fran
cisco, at noon.
STANLEY DOLLAR. San Francisco for
New York, 734 miles south of San Fran
IDAHO DEMOCRATS SPEAK
LEADERS NOT SEEKING GOV
M. Alexander and ex-Justice Mor
gan Not Candidates, but Would
Not Refuse if Pressed.
BOISE, Idaho, July 1. (Special.)
Neither M. Alexander, twice gov
ernor of Idaho, nor William M Mor
gan, former chief justice of this
state, is a candidate for the demo
cratic gubernatorial nomination. On
the other hana, neither of them
would reject the nomination if made
by the convention.
This was made clear today when
both of these prominent democrats
issued statements which are expect
ed to answer the many reports and
rumors connecting their names with
The statement of Mr. Alexander
"I am not a candidate for any
nomination, although scores of dem
ocrats from every section of the
state have urged me to announce
that I would be in the race for gov
ernor. I have stated repeatedly and
I now take the position that the time
has come when the office should
seek the man and that whoever is
nominated by the delegates should
be democrat enough to accept tho
nomination. I feel, therefore, that
after the delegates at the convention
have fully considered the matter, if
it is their wish that I should be the
democratic candidate for governor,
I could not decline."
Mr. Morgan authorized the fol
"In response to reported requests
that I announce my cancfida.cy for
the nomination for governor on the
democratic ticket, I desire to say
that if the democrats of Idaho want
me for their candidate and the Hailey
convention adopts a platform favor
ing the abolition of the cabinet form
of government and return to the
government provided tor in the con
stitution, the strictest economy in
administrative affairs and the con
sequent reduction of taxes, also a
return to the primary election sys
tem and to a non-partisan judiciary,
I will accept the nomination."
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