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Oflal Liner .Brings Iiri
' mense Quantity of New.
Crop Tea. ,.
MAKES QUICK RUN
Inquisitive Monkey From Slam Cro
. ates Excitement by Falling From
' Rigging Jn Light .Storm Fog
From Tort to Port.
-"With approximately 1,000 tons of
.. frelffb. In her hold. the Portland Asiatic
Steamship company's oriental liner Nu
mantis, captain Feldroann, arrived from
V Hongkong- via Yokohama and other war
ports early this' morning. Included In
- the Immense cargo Is 10,000 cases of new
crop tea from Japan, Moat of the tes
will beiushed east at once. Afeonsld-
' ra'jlrffluantltv of silk is also shown on
J-9 manifest, so that the cargo is con.
gfidered one of the most ' valuable ever
, brought here. Captain Feldmann placing
.- a rough estimate at f 2.00u00. the tea
alone ixlng valued at two thirds of that
,' The Numantla not only brought a val-
. uable cargo but also earned the distinc
tion of making an exceptionally quick
s run across the ocean by covering the
distance between Yokohama and the Co
. lumbla river in 1 days and three hours.
., This Is considered all the more remark
able, since she had to keep her fog siren
. working nearly ail the time after get
ting out of range of the Japanese coast
Not a vessel of any kind was sighted
even during the few days of clear
weather encountered about anldocean,
- and not a fog signal - wss heard until
, the steamer tell in with some coasters
In ths vicinity of the mouth of the Co
lumbia. Tbe sea was comparatively
smooth during ths entire voyage, and
this helped much in reducing the run
Several monkevsrere brought over In
,", the menagerie, and cne of them, tbe big
gest of the lot, created considerable ex-
. cltement one day and nearly fell- over
- board into the sea. Hs had been al
lowed to roam at will on deck and
among the coolie sailors and stokers In
. the forecastle, and soon thought he
knew bow to go aloft In the derrick
masts with which the freighter Is
quipped. Having climbed one of the
stays, the monkey. In a fit of exclte
-.' ment let go his hold, as ths ship gave
.. a sudden lurch, and fell. It was thought
by those who saw him. to death. But
AIs experience In the Jungles of Slam
cam. handy, for just as he was about
to pitch into the seething water to lee
ward be caught hold of the rail and
, saved himself. The incident coat the
monkey his freedom, and he will re
main a prisoner until either sold here
or returned to his native home as an
undesirable acquisition . to the United
The officers of the Numantla are the
same as last trip, with the exception of
. Third Officer Wendt. who-Joined the
' vessel in Japan. Mr. Wendt lived a
year in Portland five years ago, when
he came here on the German ship Eil
. , bek, and spent the last four years In
Kobe. Japan, superintending stevedor
ing there. Ths liner berthed at Mont
' tf ' ABANDONED AT SEA. ;'
t Ik' '-" f i - ......
- Crew of TiUie E. Starbock Picked
lip by Vessel. :
" Word was received her last night of
the American ship TUlle K. Starbuck
having been abandoned at sea some time
ago, while bound from New York for
Honolulu with a general cargo. The
news came to Ban Francisco from Lon
don, but gave no details excepting that
the crew had been picked up and was
MThe TUlle K. Starbuck wss ths first
American sailing ship built of Iron and
for that resson her name has often been
mentioned In connection with American
marine' history,. For years she has
plied between Atlantic and Paclflo
Voaat TKrts and up till few years ago
' was a irequent visitor nere. At one
. time she laid hers fully a year waiting
for s cargo, when gralnfrelghts wers
decidedly dull. She wss berthed at one
of ths east side docks.
Shs wss built at the Roach yards, at
. Cheater, Pennsylvania, and wss tbe only
soiling vessel ever conetruoted by the
famous builder. On her maiden voyage
she reached Astoria January 10. 1S84.
She had on that trip a cargo valued at
1 1,000,000 consisting of it locomotives
for ths Northern Paclflo railroad snd
the parts of the steam ferry Tacoma,
which Is still In operation between Go-
THE OREGON DAILY . JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24. 1907
BAILEY GATfZERT IS LAUNCHED THIS MORNING
Castle Rock. Br. ah.. . .Svdn
neomu, tir. as. ..Newcastle, A
Knight Templar, Br. ss.. .Newcastle, A.
Ty merle. Br. str. Newcastle. A.
Henry Vlllard, Am. gtr.. .Newcastle, A.
Transit, Nor. str..., ., .Morovan, Japan
Thordla, Nor. str Morovan, Japan
Trasay Leasts 9m -Mate,
Queen Alexandra, Br. str Madras
trathness, Br. str,... Port toe Angeles
Kva, Gee. ss Hakodate. Japas
Elsa, Nor. bs.;.,' San Francisco
African Monarch, Br. s. ..-.... .J-pau
J. thou, or. ss.. .Ban Francisco
. Oil Steamers. Boa.,
Atlas. Am. str Ban Franelsoa
Col. E. T. Drake, Am, str
'. .........San Francises
Santa Maria, Am. so. ...Port Hartford
ALONG THE WATERFRONT :
Old Boat It. Practically Rebuilt
Ths ' steamer - E(alley Gatsert was
launched at 11:30 o'clock this forenoon
from ' the ways of the Portland Ship
D.iIIIm. MiMHlk f In fin... 1. DnWI.nil
and Is now practically ready to go Into
commlaslon on tberun between Portland
and Ths Dalles. V .
The Bailey Getsert Is the flagship of
ths Regulator line and will replace the
steamer Telephone,- now operated under
charter. The Bailey Qatsert has been
rebuilt, all of the woodwork being new
excepting the deck house. The picture
shows the steamer on the ways just be
fore the slide Into the wster.
ble and Kalama on the Columbia river. '
The Tint Btaroucx came to ne
coast on her maiden voysge In - com
mand of Captain William Rogers. , On
the outward voyags she csrrled over
too tons of train and held the record
for that year. later Captain Eben Cur
tis succeeded to the command,' and re
mained with the famoua old ship until
he entered the service of the American
Hawaiian company. Captain Curtis Is
now superintendent of thst company,
with offices in San Francisco.
TO PREVENT PLAGUE. ".
All Vessels Most Be Fumigated Upon
(Special Diipet-B to TBe JasrssLi
Astoria. Or.. Aug. 14. Acting under
Inatriintlons of the United States sur
veyor-general, every veasel arriving at
Astofta from coastwise porta will bs
fumigated once each month, the pur
pose oeUig to destroy the rats thst may
be on the vessels. T lets Includes all
sailing veasels as well as steamers. As
little delay ss possible will be caused.
San Francisco, Coos Bsy and Puget
sound liners will be fumigated at Port
land after their cargoes have been re
moved, but nailing vessels ana steam
schooners will be fumigated here, un
less they have s certificate that they
have been fumigated within - month.
The process of killing ths rats consists
of burning sulphur In the hold after ths
natcnes nave Deen cioseo.
Thelma Will Carry Paaaengert on
(Special IManateh te The JesraaL) '
. SW A.., A TV
jiiivihi, .u . . . . w ii w Knatv-
line launch Thelma., built by Wilson
Bros, for W. A. A-nderson of Stella,
Washington, was documented st the
custom house today. Her dimensions
are: Length, IS.6 feet; beam, 0.7 feet;
depth, ( feet; tonnage, T tone net. She
will be used in carrying passengers snd
freight bstween Stella and Maygers. .
Xe-nlax Liners Xroe te Antra,
Alliance, Coos Bay Uncertain
Numantla, orient ....Aug. 14
Coats Rica, Son Francisco .Aug. 14
Roanoke, San Pedro and way. ...Aug. IT
R. D. Inman, San Francisco. .. .Aug. It
Breakwater, Coos Bay..... .-...Aug. (0
City of Panama. San Francisco. A us. Si
Redondo, Seattle .v.... ....... ..Sept. 1
Arabia, orient.-..., Sept. 1
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. .Sept. t
Johsn Poulsen, San Francisco. .Sept. 1
Aiesio, uer. ss.. ......Sept. II
Nlcomedla, orient....... .... ..October 1
Bef-ola Uasra to Deport. .
Alliance, Coos Bay . ; Uncertain
City of Panama, San Francisco.. Sept. t
Redondo, Seattle and way. .. ...Aug. xt
Johan Poulsen, Ban Francisco.. .Aug. 16
Breakwater, Coos Bay. .. . .....Aug. 11
Numantla. orient ......Aua. IS
Costa Rica, San Francisco. .... .Aug. it
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and way... Aug. II
R. P. Inman. Ban Francisco. . v . .Sept. S
G. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. Sept. 6
, ....... .ee... D
...A. .. .Wb Iff
' Teessls la roxt. - ' :
Yolo. Br.' sh. . .EH era tor dock
Dalgonar, Br. sh. .... . ..Columbia No. 1
Bee. -Am-sen..., Willamette I. S. Wks
Lyra, Am. str. ..... .Portland Lbr. Co.
Conway Castle, Br. bk Greenwich
81am, Or. sh.. ... .Portland Lumber Co.
Alliance, Am. str ....Stipple's yard
King Cyrus, Am. sch. .Standard Sox Co.
BeuTah, Am. sch Astorls
Caacades, Am. str.. ...... .Tongue Point
Vlncennes, Fr. bk. Columbia No. 1
North King, Am. tug ....Astoria
Antelope Am. sch Foot of Lincoln
Churchill. Am. sch Astoria
Johan Poulsen, Am. sch, ...... .Oceanic
Redondo, Am. sch Couch
Yosemlte, Am. str. ...Linn ton
Breakwater. Am. str.. Osk street
Numantla, Ger. str Montgomery
Queen Alexandra, Br. str. .... .Llnnton
St Nicholas, Am. sh..... Astorls
Catania, Am. str Portsmouth
X, amber Carriers' Ba Bouts.
Thomss L. Wand. Am. str.San Francisco
Coaster, Am. str... San Francisco
Susie M. Plummer, Am. ch. . .Guaymas
Wasp, Am. str San Francisco
Alice McDonald, Am. sch Kanuhul
Lettltls. Am. sch San Francisco
Berlin, Am. ah...... Nushsgak
Compeer, Am. sch. i Ssn Francisco
Wrestler. Am. bktn Ssn Pedro
Annie M. Campbell, Am. sch
Glendale, Am. sch. ....San Francisco
Honoipu, Am. sch. Redondo
Oliver J. Olson, Am. sch.. San Francisco
Americana, Am. sen. ...San Francisco
Ba Boats Wita Oemeat ant OeasrsJ.
Buocleuch. Br. sh........,. Hamburg
Brenn. Fr. bk.... Hull
Europe, Br. bk... ....Antwerp
Genevieve Mollnos. Fr. bk.,,... .London
Rons Kervller, Fr. sh.,.....,.Hamourg
Laenneo. Fr. sh., ....... .......Swansea
Le Piller. Fr. bk. .....London
Martha Rous, Fr. bk.... Hamburg
Mosamblqua. Br. ah...... Newcastle. EL
Samoa, Br, bk Shields
Thiers, Fr. sh..... Nswcastle. K.
Marechsel Turrene, Fr. bk. ...Hamburg
Villa de Mulhouse. Fr. bk Antwerp
Guethary, Fr. bk ... ,.s ....... .Antwerp
Plerrl Lotl. Fr. bk Antwerp
Waldea Abbey Br. sh Antwerp
Glenesslln, Br. sh.. ............ Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk. ..Lelth
General de Bolsdeffre, Fr. bk ..London
General de Negrier. Fr. bk. ..... London
Bayard. Fr, bk. .......... .....Antwerp
Vllle de Dijon. Fr. bk ....Antwerp
Allc- Marie, Ft. bk..... Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr, bk..v Antwerp
H. Haekfleld. Gr. bk. Honolulu
Arctic Stream. Br. sh. ...... .Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk ...Antwerp
Cornll Bart, Ft. bk....... Antwerp
Julea Gommes. Fr. bk ..Rotterdam
Coal Ships Ba Boats, -Belen,
Fr. bk ........... . Ne wcastls, A.
CoL ds VlUebols MarsnlL Fr. bk
. .i Newcastle. A.
Claverdon, Br. sh......... Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott. Am. bk. ...... .Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh...... Nswcastle, A.
St. Mlrren, Br. sh Nswcastle, A.
Crlllon, Fr. bk Newcaatle. A.
Ardencralg, Br. bk. ...... .Newcaatle. A.
Eugene Schneider. Fr. bk. Newcastle,' A.
St. Louis, Fr. ah Newcestle, A.
BuTfon, FT. bk Newcaatle. A.
' The Harriman liner Costa Rica will
be In the hsrbor late - tonight.- She
resehed Astoria at noon today from San
The- veasel reported off the mouth of
the Columbia river yesterday proved to
be the Amerlcsn ship Bu. Nlcholss as
rredlctsd.bv Ths Journal., She brought
0.000 oasea of salmon from- Nushagak.
It being the season's pack of ths Colum
bia River Packers' sssoclation. Ths St.
Nicholas was In company with the lost
ship John Currier th night before shs
struck ths rock. Ths veessls were run
ning close to shore in a fog but the
breeze was light. The St. Nlcholss
Stood out te sea ss soon as posslbls. .
Ths steamer Breakwater. Captain
Macgenn, arrived from Coos Bay early
thle morning bringing a full cargo and
a large list of passengers. Shs sails
Charles P. Doe. manager of the North
Pacific Steamnhip company, has pur
chased the wreck of the steamship Cor
Ons which lies partly Imbedded In ths
ssnd off Eureka. He believes be csn
float ths vessel,- basing his opinion
mainly on the auccees in floating the
stesmer Oeorre W. Elder, which after
having been floated and repaired waa
purchased by Mr. Doe' a company. The
machinery of the Corona is ssld to bs ln
good condition. -The Corona waa lost
several months ago by drifting onto
the Jetty and tearing a large hole in her
bow. . ........
The British stesmer Queen Alexandra
arrived at Llnnton this morning to load
a cargo of lumber for China. She came
from Vancouver," British Columbia, un
der charter to ths Pacific Export Lum
ber company. The German ship Blam
shifted to ths mills of the Portland
Lumber company last night to load lum
ber for Australia and the French berk
Vlncennes took hsr . placs at Columbia
dock No. 1. . - '
Astoria. Or., Aug. 14. Arrived down
during ths night, stesmer Northland.
Arrived In last night, steamer F. H.
Leggett, from Eureka. Arrived at noon
today, steamer Costa Rica,, from Sao
San Francisco, An 5. -14. Balled last
night, stesmer Aurella for Portlsnd.
Astoria, Or.. Aug. 14. Arrived at
11:06 p. m. and left up at 5 p. m., brlt
lsh steamer Queen Alexander, from Vic
toria. Arrived at 11:10 and left up at
1:10 p. m., steamer Catania, from Mon
terey. .Arrlved-at 1:40 p. m.. ship St
Nicholas, from Nsshsgak. Arrived at
1:10 and left up at t p. m., steamer
Breakwater, from Coos bay.
Astoria, Or., Aug. 14. Condition of
the bar at 0. m., obacursd; wind, south
east. It miles; weather, foggy.
Tides at Astoria High water, 0:54 a.
ni., .t; 1:60 p. m. ,(.4 feet; low wster,
7:4 a. m., 1.11 fest; 1:61 p. en.. Lt feet
TAYLOR WILLING TO
FACE KENTUCKY JURY
, , (Jesrsal Special Sertke.)
'-' Indianapolis. Aug. 14. Stating thst
ba tM wllflnr to stand trial. If sivan a
fslr show, William S. Taylor, former
fovernor of Kentucky, stated last nigni
hat be would testify in the case of
Caleb Powers, who Is also Indicted in
connection with the slaying of Gov
ernor Goebel. '
Taylor ststes that hs will return to
Kentucky voluntarily and atsnd trisl if
the prosecutor will promise him a fair
Jury, fair witnesses and will return ths
corruption fund to th. state, placing his
eaas on tne same rooting wun any crim
inal trial. ,
BAIL BOND JUMPER
KNOWN AT C1TEHALIS
(pedal PUpatck te The Jna-nal.)
Chehalla, Wash.. Aug. 14. Charles B.
Brockwsy, who Jumped a 11.000 cash
bond at Los Angeles Wednesday, was
a formes Chehalls boy. Brockway has
for years been following the business
of a' splrltusllst medium and . it was
while In this business that he Is al
leged to have defrauded a North Da
kota man out of f 1,000. Ha was ar
rested st Los Angeles a few days ago
snd wss to have been taken to Dakota
PORTLAND R. L. & P. CO.
. Vortlaad Bat-way Division.
' Commencing Wednesday, August It,
1007, snd until further notice, during
track repairs on Union svenue. Rut
Vancouver, Woodlnwn, Alberta, Rus-sell-Shsvsr
snd Broadway cars will
cross ths river coming In over the Steel
bridge. ; then around the Alder street
loon snd return over . the Burnsldo
brld gs. .... . .
The Esst Burnslde csrs will rur from
Eaat Eighteenth and Stark streets to
Sixteenth and Washing ton streets ovsr
Burft8r4 bridge. -
ALTON ROAD WILL BE
PLACED INftEW HANDS
1 (Journal gperl-l p--1ce.
New York. Aug. 14. The Chicago tk
Alton railroad has been practically sold
to the Toledo, St. Louis' Wesrn.
nctual transfer of the road will not
be made, however, until It Is deter
mined whether the government Intends
to eess a fins sgainst it of $29,000,000
In connection with the Standard Oil rebates.
I AT THE T jlEATRES j
l "Tbe Girt From Albany."
-A fins show that svsrybody likes and
which sends all away with the sense
that they have had a thoroughly en
loyable evening Is "Ths Girl From Al
bany." that merry faroe-comedy which
the Allen stock company is presenting
st the Lyric this week. It. Is one con
tinuous laugh. ;
"Second In Command.' '
Tonight and tomorrow, Sunday even
I nr. will be the last performances of
"The Second In Command," at the Mar-
3uam. -This British military comedy
rams la ons of the strongest st trac
tions that ths Stockwell-McGregor com
pany haa presented and It has beea an
Last Time Tonight . .
The last performance of the popular
comedian Exra Kendall and his excel
lent company of players In ths delight
ful comedy ''Swell Elegant Jones," will
be given at -the Heilig theatre. Four
teenth and Washington streets, tonight
at 1:16 o'clock. If you want to enjoy
a good laugh be sure and see "Our
Exra" In hie best effort. Beats are
selling at thsatre boxotflce.
.'i - ...
Strong Bill at the Grand.
One of the strongest vaudevllls bills
ever seen in Portlsnd is offered st ths
Grand this week. AmonsT the big acts
sre the Fremont Zouaves, Alice Mortlock
In "How the Fixes lxes it," ana tne
Smiths present a comedy sketch en
titled "Is Marriage a Failure."
. m .
. At the Star. ' . ' .
Tonight wlll'be .he last opportunity
to see the Star Stock company in Hal
Reld's beautiful melodrama "The Tie
That Bimla.'l This Is ons of ths best
melodramas ever produced by the local
favorites snd has been drawing big
houses sll week. Remember the new
show stsrts Sunday matlnse Instesd of
ChlaffereUl't Musical Offering.
At the Oaks tomorrow evening Chi
sfferelll's Italian band will offer ths
storm scene from the opera Rlgoletto.
It will be accompanied by wonderful
electrical effects and will bs one of the
most spectacular and weird musical of
ferings ever heard in this city. Ths
baton manipulator of this band was for
years leader of Eliery's Royal Italian
band and achieved great prominence In
his profession. .
Olrtnpla't Directory Population.
Special Di-patcb te ne JonrsaL)
-' Olympla. Wash., Aug. 14. A nsw
directory just Issued by R. L. Polk
gives Olympla and its suburb of Turn-
wster a population 01 more man is.uvs.
The multiple of 1H Is used in making
the figures, and It is claimed by the
nublishers that inasmuch as Olympla Is
essentially a city of homes, this ratio Is
seekers of lf.::d
. . . : cm;?
Two Days Already, and tiio
, Wait Must Continual
(Isedjl Dtopatefe ts Ths Joe-sal.)
' La Grande, Or. Aug. 14. The line et
people waiting la front of the land of
fice to file on timber claims la the
Uklah is steadily growing and Sow
reaches nearly half a block. It ts ex
pected there will still be more oa the
evening trains and ths line will soon
bs beyond the corner of the block. A
light shower at l:lt this morning dis
turbed a few of them, bnl nearly all.
and especially the women, were quite
well provided with cots and covering.
B. M. Rogers officiated laet night aa
a special police officer to see that the
visitors were not disturbed during the
night, and It Is the aim of the cltlssns
generally to sse that they are made ss
comfortable as la possible under the oir
cumstanoea. . .. .
SEEKS TO BREAK BAN
14. The boycott
?uestlon Is to be threshed out In a suit
lied In Washington by the Buck Stove
Range company sgainst the American
Federation . of Labor. The
seess 10 enjoin ens 'reaerstion rrom
maintaining a boycott against lis prod
uct. . .
on ths steamer Beaver, to Lewis rtrer,
under the auspices of St. Joseph's Aid
society, Sunday, August 15, 1007. Steam
er leaves Couch street dock at S:10 a.
m. sharp. Adult tickets, 74 cents.
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If you have heart-burn
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An Outing for You Tomorrow at "Heidelberg"
Tons of Fruit on Display
Take the Alberta car and get off at 25th street, thence free carriage to the gates of Heidleberg.
It's a pleasant ride, a trip you will always remember for its pleasures alone; a . ride you will take
each day once you see the great level lawn, with its fruit laden orchards, its grand view of the
mountains and the rivers; and breathe the pure ozone of its breezes" Once you taste its delicious
fruits, actually grown on Heidleberg soil, always will you declare it to be the one ideal place for
your home. ' " " . . . ' ' -' '
It's fruit harvest time at Heidleberg; take your lunch,;, enjoy a real outing, visit the 1 fruit
orchards, breathe the pure air, feast your eyes on the mountains, hills and rivers and best of air
- see the grandest old spot in Portland to build a home..
YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS are invited to see Heidleberg SUNDAY in all, "her glory. Go,
see, enjoy, learn and live for one day . ' " . , . ' " v ,
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