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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. TUESDAY . EVENING, MAY 30, 1911.
S. S. RIVERSIDE OR
WO TO COME !
UP FROM BALBOA;
Great Volume of Freight Ne
;' cessitates Chartering of
'i Second Vessel; Lumber and
Fish From This Port.
Whether the steamer Riverside or the
new steamer Navajo will be th next
, arrival at thla port from Panama on
' -the California Atlantlo Una haa not been
'-'definitely learned by J. truest I-ald-.,
' ' law. local agent of the company. wh
: haa Just returned from Kan Fninrlaco,
but ho says that either one or the
.,, other1 of them will be due to arrive
' hare from Balboa on June .
Whichever steamer comes ahe will
.have a full cargo of freight from Phll
i adelphla and New York, as there la
more freight at the Paclfto termlnui
, vof the Panama railroad than can be
handled by one steamer, there being
, . ; 2200 tona of Philadelphia and 900 tone
J ,'cf New Tork freight
,' The Navajo was originally built for
'the San Francisco-Portland run to carry
""passengers and freight. and waa
launched early In April at the Craig
f - ahlp rarda. Long Beach, Cat She was
, ' chartered for a year by Bates &
Cheeebrough for the Panama run. how
) aver and her pasaenger accommodatlona
have not yet been put In. She haa never
Y .ibeen to thla port yet. Fhe la a larrer
carrier than the Riverside, having a
' capacity of about 2400 tone, while the
latter will handle 2000.
' ' Among the Philadelphia cargo coming
"'- on the next ateamer are included rrow
, ; bara, wire nails, ateel. pipe flttlnga,
." chain, twine, fence and barbed wire,
lubricating oil, canned frulte and veg-
- . enables. Including a large amount of
.'canned corn, structural ateel, alum, coal
: -facings, lavatortea, fine breaking ma-
chines, phonographs and horse blankets.
"" There ara a lot of oysters from Baltl-
: more and from New Tork the carjo
; ' Includes glassware, witch hasel, castor
; t' oil, locks, electrical fixtures, linoleums,
i horseshoes, paper tablets, chewing gum,
" X curry combs, surgical Instruments,
S lampblack, meat cuttera, rope, egg f 111-
ers and soap.
. -';.. Tor her outward cargo from thla port
the ateamer will have a full cargo of
lumber for New Tork and Philadelphia
and a small amount of salmon.
FREIGHT RATES CUT
' An. rticaa -Hawaiian Steamship Oom-
pany Makes Announcement.
!i ! Announcement waa made yesterday
' ( afternoon by the ( American-Hawaiian
Steamship company that their ratea to
, !New. Tork had been cut to go Into ef
. I feet June 1. They will become effec-
tlva with the next sailing of the steamer
-. Falcon, which will sail from here next
J: The new ratea as published give a
-rate of 45 cents a hundred on canned
i good a, Including salmon, fruit, vegota
; bias and dried fruit Instead of Si cents.
Mohair, wool In grease and scoured In
W ' compressed bales is now 40 cents a hun
dred Instead of 60 cents and wool in
. . grease In single bags Is 6 conts. shln
' a-lea are 40 cents, having been 60 cents
2 for dry and 60 cents for green.
.' : When she sailed yesterday from San
Francisco for this port the Falcon had
t0 -660 tona of New Tor freight.
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I HARPEAKE FIXED FOR CARGO
Flat Rate for Lumber Fixed at 87
I Shillings First Thin Year.
It was reported that the British
steamer Harpeake has teen fixed for a,
..-. cargo-of lumber to Melbourne at 87
'' shillings. This Is said to be the first
flat rate for Melbourne this year, tbe
, others having been taken on time c.har
ter. It is considered about 2 shillings
. above the time charter basis. The Har
; j peake, which sailed from Newport News
' May 20 for San Francisco with coal for
. the government, is a large carrier and
' will load about 4.000.000 feet of luni
- ber. j
A steamer was offering yesterday for
- September-October wheat loading at 31s
MEETS HEAVY WEATHER
f8tamer Nome City Encounters a
70-Mile Gale Off Crescent City.
Heavy northwest weather who encoun
tered by the steamer Nome City on hr
. passage up the coast and whtn off
Crescent City Saturday the blow reached
a force of about 70 miles an hour, Mays
Captain Hanson. At that time tho;Bcnooner wm' Nottingham, r rort-
Steamer made but two or three miles an 1
. hour. The Nome City arrived at Couch
, street dock at 9:30 o'clock last night,
bringing 43 passengerB and 900 tons of
cement asphalt and general freight. For
her outward cann will loan inmhnri
i In the hold at the Inman-Poulsen ml!ia
for the E. K. Wood Lumber mmnnnv
'at Oakland and on deck she will tnke'i;'''' P- m- 3 7 feet '
1 lumber for the Charles R. McCormk-k I "
company. MARINE I NTKLLIGENCU
MAGEE GETS REDOXDO
; Hanson, Former Captain, May SaQ
on Queen Ont of "Frisco."
tfipeclnl DUpetcli to Tb Journal.)
Marehfield. Or., May 30. Will Mareo,
formerly master of the trig- Columbia,
ARE YOU TROUBLED
WITH SICK HEADACHE
For 58 years it has.giYen
satisfaction in such cases
and jrouH find it just the
medicine you need.
$75,000 BOND ISSUE' PROPOSED
FOR GARBAGE COLLECTION PLANT
Demand for Change Comes
From High Rates and Un
On of the proposition!! to b voted
on hy the people next Monday which has
met with the genial approval of civic
organizations la the plan for Issuance
of $75,000 In bonds for the establish
ment of u municipal garbs.- collection
Thr drmimd for sm'h n system arises
I from piTHont unsatisfactory conditions,
I undor which high lairs arc paid for
, Kttrrifl(r collection to llf-ensrcl mnvon
K(,r wi,oo work, however, If not ex-
( funded over some parts of the city that
should b covered and whoop wagons
are often 'insanitary
It had lxrn ostlmatrd thnt 15rt, 000 will
be sufficient to fully equip complete
garbage rnllcctlon system. This will
lncludo If sanitary WHRons for the col
lection of approximately 85 tons. of gar
bage per dnj: Kntlmatlns; 30.000 tons
per year, the total rout of collection
Including running expenses, Interest and
sinking fund, would be about 11.45 per
Council to Tit Bates.
The proposed charter amendment
glvea the council the power to fix the
rates to be charged for collection, and
places the hiring or dlschsrge of em
ployes under the city board of health.
has reen promoted from second mste of
the lumber schooner Nann Smith to the
office of maater of the ateamer Kedondo,
which carried lumber and passengers
from this port to 8un Frsnclseo. Hoth
steamers are owned by the ('. A. Smith
company. Cnptaln Hanson, who has been
master of the Hedondo. has resigned
and It Is understood that he will aall
aa mate on the meamer Queen out of
San Francisco. The Rcdondo haa gone
on th drydock at Pan Kranclsco. but
will be put back on her regular run aa
soon aa the cabin has been repaired and
aome minor improvementa made.
ALONG THK WATERFKONT
Carrying passengers and general
freight, the stesmer Alliance, faptaln
Thomsen, sailed last night for Coos
Bay and Eureka.
Advices . to the merchants' exchange
this morning were to the effect that
the schooner W. F. Jewett will return
to the Columbia river to load a cargo
of lumber for Ban Pedro for the Charles
R. McCormlck Lumber company. 8he
Is now at San Pedro.
With passengers and freight the
steamer Sue H. Elmore. Captain Schra
der, will sail this afternoon for Tilla
mook. To load a part of a cargo of lumber
for California ports, the steamer Tam
alpals came up to Rainier yesterdsy
afternoon from Fan Francisco. She will
finish her cargo at the Inman-Poulaen
Advices received this morning by the
Open River Transportation company
are to the effect that the ateamer In
land Empire left Kennewlck thla morn
ing with an excursion party of 170
aboard.' They were members of the
Pasco Chamber of Commerce
When she arrived last night from
Coos Bay the steamer Breakwater, Cap
tain Macgenn, had .110 passengers, 100
tons of coal, 60 tons of beach sand used
for polishing marble and some but
ter and cheese. She will sail for Cooa
Bay tomorrow morning.
With all of the passengers that she
Is allowed to carry, the steamer Bailey
Gatxert left up the river on an excur
Kion at 9 o'clock this morninR for Cas
cade Locks. The steamer Monarch al
so took an excursion party out at 9:15
this morning, headed for Multnomah
Falls. The steamer also had a full
Hat the crowd hrlng made up .of mem
bers of the First Christian Church Sun
To look over the storm warning sta
tions and vecsel reporting work on Pu
get Sound, District Forecaster E. A
Beals will leave tomorrow afternoon for
Seatle. He expects to be gone about a
Kan Pedro, May 29. Sailed Steam
ers Geo. W Elder and Rose City, for
Astoria, May 29. Sailed at 1:30 p. m.
Schooner Irene, for San Pedro. Ar
rived, at 8 and left up at 8:30 p. rn.
Steamer Despatch, from S&n FYanclsco.
Arrived and left up at It p. m. Steam
er Golden Gate, from Tillamook.
San Francisco. May 29. Sailed at
Steamer Falcon, for Portland.
Newcastle, N. S. W., May 29. Sailed
May 30. Condition at the
month of the river at 8 a. m., obscured;
wind northwest 25 miles; weather, dense
Astoria Wednesday: High
water 2. SI a. m., 9 3 feet; 4:15 p. m., 7.4
feet. Low water 9.38 a m., 1.6 feel;
Sue to Arrive.
Ftr. Sue H. Elmore, Tillamook. .June 8
Btr. AJUance, Eureka June 6
Str. Breakwater, Coos Bay May 80
Pt. Golden Oate. Tillamook May 80
Str. Hohe City, Ran Pedro. .... .June 2
Rt. Oeo. W. Klder. Ran Diego. . June 4
; Str. Anvil, Bandop June fi
Str. 73eaver, San Pedro .Tune 7
j Str. Roanoke, San DIpro June 11
Str. Bear, San Pedro June 12
I Due to Depart.
'Str. OoHcn Gate. Tillamook May SI
1 Str Anvil, ttandon May 30
I Str Sue II. Elmnre. Tillamook .. May SO
! Str. Itoanoke, 6an Diego May 31
1st. Breakwater, (.'oos Bay Mav 31
' Btr. Bear. San P:dro June 2
Str. Roue City, San Pedro June 7
Pt Rr.ne Cttv. San Pedro June- 7
Str. Ofo. W. Elder. San Diego. ... .Tune 7
Kir. Alliance. I'.nreka June 8
Coasters to Arrtvs.
'Despatch, Am. str Ban Francisco
J. B. Stetson. Am. str. ..San Francisco
J. A. Chanslor. Am. str. .San Francisco
KhaRta, Am. str San Pedro
.Shoshone. Am. str San Pedro
: Rosecrans. Am. Btr Monterey
Westerner, Am. str. San Francisco
I Yellowstone, Am. str San Pedro
I Miscellaneous Vessels Enrouta.
Balboa, Ara. mrh MeJIIlones
Bannockburn, Br. str. Antwerp
I Carondeiet. Am. bge. ....San Francisco
j Ethelwoir, Br. str. .
j Ethel Zane. Am. sch.
H. Hackfeld. Ger. sh
Hampton. Br. str. . .
I King Cyrus, Am. sch,
; Koan Maru. Jap. str.
j Louisiana. Ara. bge
I Orterlc, Br. str
St David. Am. bge. .
. . . . . .Honolulu
...... r. Irondale
woiveig, rs'or. str. ..
Strshlyon, Br. str. ..
Titan la. Kor. str. ..
Grain Tonaage Bnronte.
CoL ds Vlllebois Mareull, Fr. bk.
. ; Glasgow
Jules Oommes. Fr. bk. Newcastle onT.
Ken Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
fat, George. Br. str Antwerp
Bfralthbeg. Br. str. .Antwerp
subject to the civil service rule a The
board of health la to make an annual
estimate of expense and estimate a
rate that will take oare Of all expenses.
Including; a sinking fund for redemp
tion of the bonds.
This redemption of the bonds through
a fixed charge per year is a reaiure
which has been neglected In many, of
the clty'a bond Issues, and has plied
up obligations long after the Improve
ment, voted haa been used and worn out.
The winking fund proviso meets the ap
proval of business Judgment, making
curtain the retirement of the bonds from
the garbage collection ratea. A aum not
to exceed three per cent of the prin
cipal la to be levied each year for the
sinking fund. "
Friends of the amendment argue that
from the experience of other 'cities the
only sntlsfsctory way to handlo garbage
collection la by the city. This Is neo
esKnry, they fay, because of the econ
omic reason, the sanitary reason, and
thn police regulation reason. The cost
by a private collection aystem Is usu
ally excessive, the aanltatlon Is not so
carefully guarded as when under thn
direct charge of the board of health.
and the needful regulation to compel
compliance with rulea may not other-
wine be well secured,
There are now 104 licensed scavengers
in ine city. 1 ne rsnmaiea running
pense per year undor a city system
Is J3,000. Adding to thla 10 per cent
for slnklns- fund and eight per cent In
torest. the total cosf per year would be
14 4.(00. to be ralaed from the garbage
.Newcastle on T
Kirkcudbrightshire, Br. sh Newcaatle A.
Kinross shire. Br. bk. .Newcastle on T.
Tassels la tort.
Mindoro. Am. sch N. P. Lbr. Co.
David Evans, Br. sch Astoria
H. Hackfeld, Oer. sh..
Orterlc, Br. ss
Johan Poulson. Am. ss.
Amy Turner. Am. bk. .
St. Ronald. Br. ss
Wm. Bowden, Am. sch.
Tamalpals, Am. str. .
F. S. Loop. Am. str. . .
. . . .Westport
. .Tongue Pt.
Msrshal de Oontaut. Fr. bk.Port Lbr. Co
Mareooal de Castries. Fr. bk. Centennlel
Daily Hirer Readings.
( ) Falllnj
ONE OF MASKED POSSE
KILLED, FIVE WOUNDED
(I'nlfed Ptms Leiwd Wlr.)
Poruin. Okla.. May, 30. One member
of the masked posse of the Auto-Horse-thlef
association was killed and five
others dangerously wounded near here
yesterday by "Pony" Starr and Joe
Davis, who fought from ths doorway
of their home.
George Maxwell, a well known stock
man, war killed. Clifford Hoster, son
of a ranch owner, and E. A. Maxwell
Starr was accused of cattle stealing
and the posse went to arrest him. The
cattlemen are aaid to have shot at
Stairs wife and little daughter. The
posse was repulsed.
Mexicans Catch Spirit. I
(United Press Leased WIm.i j
El Paso. Texas. May 80. The Mexi
cans in Juarez have caught the spirit '
of the American Deooratlon day. The i
graves of the Insurrectos - who fell In
the battle there were deoorated and of- 1
flcla recognition was given to the day
by Francisco Madero Jr., who closed
his office at noon.
CITY OFFICES CLOSED
IN RESPECT TO DEAD;
MUCH WORK ON HAND
All the city offices are closed 4
4 today In respect to the memory
of the departed heroes of many
wars. Memorial day Is always 4
observed at the city hsll, though 4
some of the hard working offl- -
rials of the city auditor's office
and of the city attorney's de-
V partment are utilizing at least
a part of the morning In an ef-
fort to catch up with this work,
they having gotten behind some-
what In this owing to the extra '
amount of clerical labor incident
to the recent primaries and the
preparation for the general eleo-
Hon next week.
Madras Pioneer: Otto Hohlfeldt has
Just completed the work of setting out
2000 forest trees on his ranch.
CURED IM FIVE DAYS
Hydrocele in One Visit
f sTii m rvous Debility, Blood
1 LUI K and Skin Diseases,
Heart Disease, Diseases" ot the
Lungs, Liver Disorders, Plies,
Fistula and All Diseases ol Men
I Advertise What I Do, and Do What I Advertise.
$10 examination given J"REE by a phy
sician who has been 30 years a specialist
COMB AND CONSULT US FREE OF ' ALt, CHAROH
TXB OU BBtldBT.B 8PS0XAXXBT ' ' .'
Corner Alder and 6econdstreeta. Entrance 12SH Second street, Portland.
Or. Office hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m, Sundays 10 .a n. to 1 p. - m.
EM ME Ill-
BE CAST; BATTLE
Phenomenal Registration In
dicates That Total of Elec
tion Ballots May Run as
High as 28,000.
Estimates of the total vote for mayor
at the election next Monday generally
agree that It will run to 24,000 or 26,000,
and aome predict as high aa 26,000, due
to the phenomlnal registration of prac
tically 4(00 in the last three days the
books were opened. The eagerness of
the tardy voters to place their names
on the rolls la Interpreted to mean that
an exceptional vote will bo cast-
Two years sgo, in a three-cornered
race between Joseph Simon, M. O. Mun-
ly and II. R. Albee. the Republican
Democratlo and Independent candidates,
the total vote was In excess of 17,000
Since that time the Mount Scott district
where several thousand voters reside.
has became part of tbe voting; territory,
and there has been a great growth In
population In all parts of the city. This
year there are again throe candidates,
but tbe Interest Is more acute, the pri
mary vote of Republicans and Demo
crats alone being nearly equal to the
total vote of the general election of
two years ago.
The fight for the council In the first.
sixth, eighth and tenth wards, where
the most active battles are 4n progress,
is expected to swell the vote for the
head of the ticket It Is estimated that
6000 votes will be cast In the tenth ward
alone, where the contest over the recall
of Councilman Ellis, with six candidates
In the field, has become unusually keen
Observance of memorial day, with the
closing of most business house and ab
sence of the politicians from their us
ual haunts, caused comparative quiet
In the political situation today. Some
of the Simon faithful assembled at
headquarters for the dally conference
with members of the executive commit
tee, and the Rushlight headquarters
were open, but Mr. Rushlight himself
did not come downtown and there waa a
general cessation of work.
HE'S JEALOUS OF BRYAN;
SO WIFE SEEKS DIVORCE
'United Preu Luted Wire.) '
Detroit. Mich.. May SO. Jealousy of
William J. Bryan, lust because his wife
commended the Nebraska orator, is
given here today aa one of the causes
of the rage of her husband by Mrs.
William R. Fleldhouse, who la suing for
divorce. Mrs. Fleldhouse, whose hus
band Is a magazine writer, says that
when she happened to mention Bryan
kindly her husband almost had a spasm,
whereupon, said spasm having been but
one of many, she decided to ask the
courts for her freedom.
Tstted Prru tM4 Wire. I
8prlngflold, III., Way SO. That nim
sellers who sell llo.uor which causes the
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Call and have a freo
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He treats successful
ly every form of fe
male complaint, all
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rheumatism, and all
disorders of the
stomach, liver and
kidneys. He has had
great success In curing consumption,
when the victim Is not too much run
down by the disease and will stop
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He brews his own medicines from Chi
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He uses in his practice over 600 differ
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37 K. 6th St. Portland, Or.
FOR MAYOR KEEN
n c c c j o r
death of anyone ara liable for damages
to the drinker's heirs Is today held by
the Third district, appellate ; court of
Illinois to be good law. Two litigants,
appealing from the lower courts, put ths
propositions up to that tribunal which
decided that the Illinois dramshop' act,
to that effect, was constitutional and
should stand. V v ' , : ,
NORTHWESTERN CO-EDS V,
(trotted Press Leases Wtre.l . .
Chicago. May 10. Eighty-four wom
en students oC Northwestern university,
all of whom will ba graduated Juna 14,
are out today gainst granting equal
suffrage to women., Their attitude was
learned when they balloted on the sub
ject at class day exercises. Out of the
14 students only five voted la favor or
the proposition. .,
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