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Joseph Suppls Has Contract to
Construct Two Caissons 70
Feet Long Will Weigh 500
. Tons. .
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i i'fiiv In ( rJ( r t't no ll.o uis.
.s ss.-Min h trie slrin-.tiirost, whfah will
wek'ii from a no to 600 tons apiece, are
sunk, the work of lnilUllns th ler
Inr.ldi) of them will commence, th men
work ins? on ih iiiskls of tha htjrh cais
sons which -will ho viinippd dry of Water.
Brfildrs -the caisson, J!r. Supple will
build seven scows lor tlie Union Brklcre
& Construction company of Kansas City,
who are doing the work 6n the bridge.
They will be derrick scows, pllediiver
scows and material scows. An addition
al force of men will be added to those
already employed at the yard In order
to handle the new worlt.
A contract , to hulld two . I m men lie
talssons has been lot to Joseplr Supple,
the east side shipbuilder, for t use In
building the piers for the- neV Orepron
Railroad & Navigation company's bridge
across the .Willamette river Just "couth
of the present steel bridge,-. The eats
eons will each be 70 feet long and will
be .constructed of 12x1? Inch, timbers.
It is expected that It will require about
six weeks to complete them." .
Material for-the construction of the
caissons Is being ordered and will be
rushed to the Supple, yards as soon as
possible and the work' of building them
will be commenced as soon as material
enough to begin with is on the ground.
The caissons will be constructed of
very heavy limbers 12x12 Inches, solid
and edge bolted and will be braced In
side to give them additional strength
to keep the water from collapsing them
while the men are at work inside. At
the bottom of the caissons will be a
seven-elthghs Inch steel shoe, sharpened
and extending down below the edge of
the structure, so that It may be easier to
sink Into the sand at the bottom of the
, river as the caisson la added to from
above. . i
The caissons will be started on the
ways at the Supple yards and will be
built up to a height of II feet, after
; which they will be put Into the water
and floated down to the 'bridge site,
where- the work, of slnklny them In the
STEAMERS IN RACE V
Faloon and Chanslor Have Contest
on Way Up Const 1
A race .'between the American
Hawaiian steamer' Falcon and the, As
sociated Oil company's new tank steam
er, J. A. Chanslor,' took place from Cape
Mendocino up the coast and did not
finish until the two vessels arrived as
far up the river, as Llnnton, where the
Chanslor docked. At that time It had
not been decided who won; in the con
test, as they both took some of the
honors. -. . . -
. Captain Dahlquist, master of the Fal
con, said that until they arrived at Cape
Mendocino, where they were overtaken
by the fine new ateamer Chanslor, they
had strong northwest winds, but, after
reaching that point they had fine weath
er for the rest of the way. On the- way
qp to the mouth of the Columbia river,
according to Captain Iahlquist, the
Chanslor made the best ! progress, beat
ing the Falcon to the bar. The latter
caught up with her there, however, aa
the larger steamer had to wait outside
for a favorable opportunity to cross
In. The Falcon then had herturn and
beat the Chanslor in over the bar as
well as taking the laurela on the trip up
the river. ; , .
The Falcon arrived at Albera flock at
( o'clock yesterday afternoon with a
cargo of 668 tons of general freight,
consisting principally of New York
freight She had only one case of
bonded freight from Europe which was
left oyer from the last trip up here.
For her return cargo the Falcon will
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CnpMln C!:i! IWargnn. formerly mas
ter of the steam schooner J. Marhoffer,
which was burned to the water's edge
12 miles north of Yaqulna a month ngo
tomorrow, arrived last nlsht from Ban
Francisco to take command of tho
steam schooner Washington,, which "Will
begin loading a cargo of lumber for San
Francisco early next week.
Captain Tcterson came up from , the
Bay City as far as Astoria on the steam
er George W. Fenwick and came up from
there last night by-rail. lie said that
ha expected to be abln to get a crew
together and start loading at Kalama
by Monday or Tuesday, after which she
will make regular trips, between the
Columbia river and San Francisco, tak-l
Ing lumber cargoes down and return
ing . with general . freight or whatever
other cargoes- he may pick up,. .;'...
The Washington is now lying at the
government moorings, where she was
taken after having had her cabin burned
several months ago, just after being
placed In shape for her run, after be
ing out: of commission for the last two
years or so. She Is a vessel of 1 367
tons net register, 159 feet long, 85.S
feet beam and 12.4 feet, depth of hold,
with a capacity of about' 650,000 feet of
lumber, and was built at Seattle in 1800.
She la owned by the Washington Ma
rine company. , .. j . ...... :
Notices to Mariners.
Hydrogra'pher's office, Portland, Or.
Captain F. Landstrom. pilot American
steamship Cottage City, -reports that on
June 6 and 9, the Hog Rock light was
being changed to an acetylene gaa beacon.,-:
'V. i :''?;):'. " ' 1
Captain A. H. Brown, American steam
ship Defence, reporta that vessels enter
ing Willapa bay for Raymond or South
Bend should make sure of No. 6 buoy.
The No. S buoy at Tokeland has been
taken for No. 6, resulting; In vessels
grounding) on the sands to tha north
ward of No. 5. A 10 foot tide at Ray
mond by the tide tables actually; falls
14 feet '"" "..: - ! t;W ''
June 11, 1910, the least water at
low tide between Raymond and South
Bend was 10 H feet
f The whistle signals for the bridges
ht ftr-s 83 foi:rws: I,.iI(Vi;l
tr..! , 4 l.;: j blst; South' forii H:y
bri-: - 2 lt ar-1 2 Khort blasts; V.'il
li T i river tii.'j s, 3 long and 1 short
I'olnt iruenrrrw whittling buoy, Tt
II. t. opposite Hucriiima wharf, Califor
nia, v : reported adrift June J4, 10J0.
. JOHN M'NL'I-TY.
Nautical Kxpert In "Charge
Astoria, June 17. Arrived t 7 and
left tip at 1 1 a. m. Steamer Atlas, from
San I-ranclsco. Arrived down at 8 and
sailed at 9:30 a. m. Steamer Shna Yak,
for Redondo. Arrived at 6 and left up
at 8 a. m. Steamer Golden Gate, from
TiUnmook, Arrived at 9 a, m. Barge
Amy Turner In tow of tug Dauntless,
from San Francisco. , ?
San Franclsco,4 June 17. Arrived at 4
a, m. Steamer Roanoke; tf rom Port
land. Sailed yesterday at 3 p. m.
Steamer Geo. W. Elder, for Portland;
at 6 p. m. U. 8. gunboat Yorktown,
for Astoria. ' : " . ' . .
' Astoria, June 17. Condition at, the
mouth of tha river at 8 a. m smooth;
wind, east 8 miles; weather, cloudy.
Tides at Astoria. Saturday High
water: 10:47 a. m'., 6.1 feet; 10:20 p. nv.,
8.J feet IjOw water:-4:45 a. m., 1.2
feet; 4:25 p. m., 8.1 feet
FIND T'0 C. N. G;
(Continued From Page One.)
Kaufman and , Langford if police of
city do not Interfere."
San Francisco, ' June 17. "Wa have
had enough of prlje fights and prise
fight promoters," said Governor J. N.
Glllett today, commenting on his action
In calling out tha militia to prevent the
Langford - Kaufman battle tomorrow.
"They have been breaking the law long
enough and we will have no more of It
"When they lick the stats of Calif or-
ii'.a. ti. .-- can go ahead and lick h
c thrr, luit t. t before. I c" "i't r . ! what
t':ey iio or what they say; tho law is
not to ha broken sgiln in California,
Wa will Ftop the fight tomorrow, and
every other one.
"There will be no more of it."
Governor Gillett was in conference
with Adjutant' General Lauck at the
Falaea hotel and at noon decided to
order out state troops to prevent the
flgrht He thereupon sent a formal tele
gram to General Lauck at the adjutant
general's office in Sacramento ordering
that tho action be taken.
The troops will be held In readiness
all ' day tomorrow to rush to the Blot
arena at Eighth and Howard Btreets,
where the fight is scheduled to take
place. The state militia Is In encamp
ment at various presidios in California
and It Is probable that two companies
stationed here will be used.
Attorney General Webb has an
nounced his Intention of being at the
ringside to determine the legality of
the fight in case tha courts do not Im
mediately act In granting a' restraining
order to the,,state officials to prevent
the fight.- When he decides that the
bout Is illegal ' he will call , upon the
courts for warrants for the arrest of
the principals on charges of felony. .
Should the officers of the law In San
Francisco county fail to take action on
the warrants the; militia will execute
the orders- of the attorney general and
Interfere. ;. . '. , . , .
S.wi Francisco,, June 17. The State
militia will be called Out If necessary
to prevent tha Kaufman-Langford fight
Saturday, according to Attorney General
Webb. Webb today drew attention to the
fact that the governor was the commander-in-chief
of tha mllltla with
power to order ; it Into-service at any
time. He said he had been promised
the support of the governor's office and
would call for troop If necessary to en
able him to do his official duty.
' San Franctseo,'-June 17. "I am In
formed that many men have arranged
to Come to California to see Jeffries
and Johnson in the ring. I want to
say to them they need have no doubt
about the situation. There will be no
fight- between Jeffries and Johnson In
This was Governor Glllett's answer
today to the statement that bis order to
Attorney General Webb had left many
men throughout the ' east In doubt
whnihT tO Ct
sea the fight.
I United Leiwcl Wire.) A
San FYanclfico, June 17. "The
LanKford-Kaufman fight will bo
held." This Was the emphat ic
4 statement of Promoter I,ouis 4
Blot today In regard to a state- 4
ment by Attorney General Webb 4
that he would prevent the match, 4
either through injunction pro- 4
4 ceedings or by stopping the bat-: 4
4 tie after a round or two and hav- 4
4 Ing the principals and promoters 4
4 arrested for violation of the state 4
4 law relating to prize fighting.', . .. 4
4 "If Webb tries to get out an 4
4 Injunction today we are prepared 4
4 to fight It in the courts. If the 4
4 matter is put over until next 4
4 week by the court, , then Webb 4
4 cannot interfere, as he has no 4
. right to declare martial law by , 4
4 stepping in and raiding a place 4
4 until the mayor, of this city has ; 4
4 Informed him that he is unable K 4
4 to enforce the law and calls upon 4
4 Glllett to help htm.",. ;.:4
4 ). Blot has already, been ap- 4
4 proached to take the fight to ,4
4 Reno and stage it On the morn-1 4
4 Ing Of the day of the Jeffries- 4
4 Johnaon battle. ,-. ' $ 4
4 He has come to no decision re- .4
4 garding this move, and says he 4
4 will not take action until the out- ' 4
4 come of affairs Saturday. 4
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FIGHT PROMOTERS .
; LOOK FOR TRAINING
QUARTERS AT RENO
(Unltiil Fku Li) Wlri.l
Reno, Nev., June 17. Orders were
received today by W. 1 McCarney, rep
resenting the fight promoters here, to
make arrangements for training quar
ters for both Jeffries and Johnson. Jef
fries probably will train at Moana
Springs and Johnson at Laughton's Hot
Springs. Both locations are a few miles
outside Reno. ' v
McCarney arrived late yesterday. To-
"i.v. I'Jl t!''1 r '
i:a t H eii.l- v .in ;
here. I f V)vi.; J ;.,.,!. .
It a.lmlr;l-'y s.- 1 f
at'.T i l.trk. of t i, :
pany waii cmo i-t' In; '
Mi-Carnry expi-i-ts to
Krancis-ro tonlgh.t. 1!.
bo notified !,. ; .:, 1, i v i
offer of 'the busttiess n.
f'glit permits is to be
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GLEAS0M SAYS LAW IS
.ON FIGHT SIDE AND HE
WILL FIGHT FOR fuGHu
Ibulted Prc Lenscil Wlre.V
San Francisco, June 17. -"If the :
expected happens, the big fight will 1
held In- Reno and nowhere else,' .,' ; !
Promoter Jack Gleason today.
.Gleason, however, reiteraU'd liU form
er statement that he firmly bcllove I
the otg mill would he Mia here. ?.
"We have been -advised by. our own
competent attorneys and by, leading at
torneys" of the atate wlui have come (
us voluntarily with their opinion re
garding the fight laws, that we ar
within the law and Tvithln our right
In holding the contest.
, "We have been offered Inducements t-
go1 to Butte.; Mont, and several other,
towns, but if WO lose out in court
will go to Reno. ' We will contest tl.s
attorney general's suit's and make every
effort to protect our rights," !
TO DEFEND UNGER
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Milton Unger, the only man amon?
the alleged rioters ' of St. Johns wno
lias not employed an attorney to de
fend him,, will . be .the next to face a
Jury on the charga of battering Hindus
and running them out of town. Ufa
case is set for next Thursday, and plans
are being made to proceed with the trial
at that date. f
Unger has no money to employ, attor
neys, and has asked the court to nam
lawyers to defend him. Presiding Judca
Moirow this ... morning asked former
Judge Thomas O'Day to enter tho cat.
and said the court would call two other
attorneys Info the case, on being A. E.
Gebhardt '.'. '.i - . ; -
Big fruit crop prospect In Goose Lake
valley, around Lake-view.
Portland Best Corset BtorcComplclc Line Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, Rcdfern, Warner Rust Proof, Howd Corsctc
Standard Sewing Machines Sold on the Ql a Week Club Plan at Sale PricesAgents Ladles Home Journal Patterns.
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A SaSurday MSoBnt Sale-ofi' Hat Sliapes
v r' '"ri -V
85.00.. Mall" Stop
Ql.&O Trimming Flowero25c
GIO Willow Plumes at Q3.95
HAT SHaPES Untrimmed, made of azure braids, chip braids, Java braids, rough
jS braids, etc amaii, medium and large shapes." Just to attract a big Saturday night
:rowd, we otter a line ot our regular stock values to a.UU at extraordinarily r
y iow iigurea. jti special sate ior me one evening pray at xnc very tow price or w
' FLOWERS A large variety of Trimming Flowers in the new, wanted kinds for trim
ming summer hats.v A lot which we place on sale for the first time. The val ,t p
ues range to as high. as- $1.50, but we 'are going to offer them for sale at ADC
OSTRICH PLUMES Excellent quality Male Stock Willow Plumes, in black or
white. Very large sizes, full body, long fiber, heavy drooping heads. Val- (Q Qf
ues to $10.00. Special for this very sensational evening sale, your choice wdJD
$2.50 Corset yC6vcrs Now 98c Each
Ladies? S2.j5QQowti 98 c
GOWNS Odds fcnd ends in women's Gowns, Hiibbird or che
mise styles,: lace or embroidery trimmedj excellent values QO
to $2.50, special at low June .White Days ' price, each yuC
CORSET COVERS of fine nainsook, very beautiful styles, with
lace or embroidery trimmed yokes. Odds and ends, but QQ
good. values to $2.50, on sale, at special removal price of HOC
DRAWERS Women's Drawers.; made of longcloth" or cam
bric, styled with flounce, trimmea in clusters of tucks, Aft
lace or embroidery edge; values to $2.50, at, the pair lJJ
CHEMISE-Very r well made " and 'styled rwith either 'plain' or
trimmed skirtj- yokes' of lace or embroidery; all cut tfl AQ
full; good values to $3.75 each; odds and ends "price vUe
Women's Regular 25c Vests at 14c
6Qc Knit Underwear 39c
LADIES VESTS Excellent quality ribbed Cotton Vests for
ladies. They are styled with low neck, sleeveless, with lace 1 A
trimmed yokes. Our best regular 25c values, special, each ItC
VESTS AND DRAWERS Fine grade Swiss ribbed Vests, with
low neck and no sleeves; also knee length, lace trimmed- QQ
umbrella Drawers. Best regular 60c values, special, each oVC
CHILDREN'S FINE RIBBED COTTON VESTS AND
PANTS in all sizes, pure white only; all good stock and -1 C
excellent values to 25c, special sale at this low price IDC
A sale of infants' fancy Cotton Sockswith plaid or fancy, 1 1
striped tops. Our regular stock values to 25c, at, the pair 1 1 C
Children's black or tan Cotton Stockings, 1x1 ribbed 1 1
seamless foot; full line of sizes; regular values to 25c pair 1 1C
From. G to Q:3Q TbmoFFOW Evening
lOO to 'Choooe Ffoe1
All 'of tttie New Styles
;' j( CA:
v i t -m in - ftiri? i vya
w Pfl Ig
llil rTM It
1 WifrJB'- Or
Q3 Values at Gl,69
Oh, such a lucky
pick-up just when
we needed them
most 100 doz. Men's
Pajamas, made ot
sateen and soisette.
White, blue and tan
c o 1 o r s. Beautiful
j.y trimmed and per-'
tectly made. A com
plete line of sizes. A
bona fide ; purchase
of odd lines which
the maker closed out
"us" at" half price.
Step lively. Values
to $3 on
Women's $5 Pumps Men's $3.50 to $5.00 300 Dozen Women's Reg. $4 Automobile
and Oxfords for 99c Oxfords at $2.98 Pair Gloves at 39c Pair Veils for $2.98 Each
A great clean-up of odds and ends A general clean-up of Men's Removal sale' of. Gloves." Every Best grade Chiffon Cloth' Auto
in Women's Slippers, Pumps and High-Grade Oxfords, the only pair in the store reduced. We Veils full 2Vi yards Ion ' and
Oxfords, no two pairs alike, shoe for solid comfort in the sum- ,make a very special' offer of 300 ' rA uiA ,11
Nearly all sizes in the lot. We men There are many styles in dozen pairs of All-Silk Gloves in one yfd Aw, de HerastltcheH a
group them at this very special the lot Not all sizes o each kind, black and white, also chamois- arund- AU seasonable shades,
price for speedy closing. Values but every size in the assortment, ettes in natural color. All new, Our regular $1.00 values., Spe-
worth regularly up to . $5; aa Values. $3.50 to $5.00. A f qq fresh stock. Priced for OA cially priced, for this An aq
specially priced at pair J JC Specially priced, pair tfU.UO Removal Sale at, the pair 00Z sale at thie low price d&sVO
Men's $3.50 to $5.00 Sale Fancy Ribbons Regular $1.25 Fancy Sale Patent Leather
Oxfords at $1 Pair Vals.to 85cat 39cYd NcckwearChoice48c Belts at 42c to $1.05
A lot comprising 150 pairs of All the newest- styles in Fancy 100 ,do2cn ' Fancy Neckwear for "Patent Leather Belts &rt ap-
Men's Oxfords, in odds and ends Ribbons in this lot Checks, women. Dutch Collars Tabs, proved by "Dame Fashion" as
and broken sizes. Thrifty fellows plaids, Dresderis, warp prints, etc. Jbots Stocks in lawn or lace the correct belt style. We have
: ; effects. An offepng deserving.of. .Jhern xn all izeywide. or .narrow,
will surely-tryto get -fit m this- FircrincheswiderAnEeafarI" Tnl-it. . 'r T r2 1 ril
1 s , ; h vo" liberal response, as the collection mounted with pearl, gilt or gun
line. There is a great variety of ety of novelty patterns to chopse embraces the most -remarkable metal buckles, at RemovalSale
styles, mostly broken A A from. Ribbons worth to Q a values yet shown. Worth a q prices. Special now at g-t Af
sizes. Values to S at 01 UU 85c yard reduced to wnly sJC to $1.25. Your choice at 1UC 42S"55S C3785 Ol UP
6 to 9;3Q R. M. Tomorrow
Sensational sale of 100 women's Tailored Suits, -from 6
until' 9:30 -p. m providing tHey last that long. Serges,
wide wales,, diagonals, novelties, etc. The 'very latest
. ' , ' 1 - - ' ' 1 Jilf ii rai i ,in. i i . .
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style short jackets, three or four-button, semi or tight
fitting effects.' The very new plaited skirts, styled ac
cording. to the latest vogue. Colors are blue, gray, tan,
black, green, etc. Don't know any reason why wie should
do this. It's just one of those inexplainable acts. The
suits would sell readily at our regular removal sale prices.
To attract a crowd or to demonstrate our superior selling
powers, we select 100 suits from our racks, all this sea-
son's best models, tailored in the most skillful manner.
-IT , Suits that will fit with becoming grace. Values to $20.
lillj i . Very special while they last, from 6 to 9 :30 g A A
ill! P rn., your unrestricted choice at thjs low price x)Q 0
i . Come early. Only one hundred can share in this bargain.
Linen Suit SaE
300 Tailored Wash Suits
ia linen crash and pure
linen materials. Styled
according to the latest
vogue in two, ? three or
six-button tailored effects r
also in the Russian blouse
jacket, with plaited skirts,
cut full and sure to fit. A
full line of sizes in such
good, seasonable colors as
..lavender, gray, white, blue
and natural X'n!L?':
Actual $1500 "val?. Fcr
tomorrow we Af? p f
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price them at J