16 THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 3, 1915.
DREDGE MAY REMAIN r
OFFICERS OF STEAMER GEORGIAXA OS PORTLAND-ASTORI- ROUTE
DURING RESPITE FROM DUTIES.
day end comes tere for November load-
ing. The vessel
September 5. after arrived at Manila
having begun a
voyaga from Valparaiso August 27 that MORE AID NEEDED
German army was almost at the Kates
of Paris, in that all but successful
drive that ended in the battle of the
Marne: when the destruction of Paris
carried her via Honolulu to Vladivoa-toc- k seemed imminent and tbe American
and thence to Colombo and Singa-
1 I : n pore. She is of 2807 tons net register. Ambulance Hospital stood directly in
the path of the army; when
Use of Chinook on Bar for more than a million terror stricken
MAKLXE INTELLIGENCE. Gigantic Duty Is Faced by people fled from Paris in 48 hours,
Longer Period Sought. those Americans conducting your hos-
pital remained steadfast at their post.
Steamer Schedule. America, Says Herrick.
DUE TO ARRIVE. l.l.ere Deeply T.ael..
When President Poincare came up
Kame From Data
Breakwater... .... Coos bay. la port ....... from Bordeaux, after the German
SEASON'S DIGGING PRAISED Beaver
Great Northern. ... an Francisco. ...Oct.
F. A. Kllburn
San Diego. ...... Oct.
San Francisco. ... Oct.
.la LONG CAMPAIGN PROBABLE
army had turned, he visited the hos-
pital, walked through its wards and
commented on Its exoellence. He said
Roi City Los Anne. Us. Ucl little, and the people in charge thought
Northern Pacific. .Saa Francisco. ...Oct. he seemed reserved and unobservant.
Adverse Weather Handicaps Work ama Clara.
...... .Los Angeles. ......Oct. 6
San Francisco. b But he saw everything and mtssed
nothing. When he entered his automo-
and One of Two Crews Might Go. W. Elder ad Dleso ..Oct. lu Great Work Already Accomplished
DUB TO DEFART. bile he turned to me, and with deep
Be Dropped Operations Name. Fo and Deep Gratitude l'clt Abroad feeling in his voice and moisture In
.........Coos Bay. ....... In deft.
..Los Angeles. .....Oct. Are Described and L'rgent his eyes, said: "I cannot understand
to IJogin. at Slaughters. Cellio lian Francisco. . Oct,
how these fine people, whom we have
F. A. Kllburrf San Francisco. ...Oct. 5 Flea for Continuation Made. known In and about Paris for years,
Great Northern. ... San Francisco. ... Oct. who could have gone away, should
San Diego. .Oct.
San Dleso ...... .Oct.
have remained here In face of danger
During September the Government Nortbern Pacific. . .San Francisco. ... Oct.
7 and death caring for our wounded,
Koae City ..Xos Angeles. .....Oct. b when many of our own people went
dredge Chinook operated an average San-- a Clara. ...... ban Francisco. ... Oct. V BT MYRON T. HERRICK. away.
Geo W, Elder San Diego Oct. The American Ambulance Hospital
of six hours and 21 minutes a day at
the entrance to tne Columbia. The
Bear . .......
.Los Angeles. .... .Oct. 13
13 The European war is a castroph. so
Klamath. ...... ... San Francisco. ... Oct. 14 far reaching .n extent that scarcely was financed, as I have said, by sub-
vessel now carries a double crew, which M ultnoman . Jian Diego Oct. 10 any person or any place in
tile whole scriptions of about $400,000 but that
would enable her to work 16 hours un- Port lan tie Service. universe escapes its baleful effect. The was for one year. This amount has
der favorable conditions, or at least DUE TO ARRIVE. whole fabric of European society seems now practically been expended, or will
be under way that length of time, so Kama From to be disintegrated, and in the des- he In November. What are we to do?
Data Shall we abandon this hospital and
it is not improbable that it will be Honolulan. ... .....New York.. ..... In port
arranged to reduce her force to one lowan .....New York.
Santa Cecelia. ... ..New York
truction the entire world is involved.
In its immediate effects on the nations the Americans in charge, who, by their
courage and efficiency, have not only
crew, with a few extra men to stand
.watches in port, a plan that is under Santa CataUna. ... .New York .
New York........ Nov.
Nov. o...... at war, vast numbers of people not di-
rectly engaged in military operations won credit for our country, but have
consideration. Santa Clara .New York Nov. 25 paid a small Installment on the debt
Commercial interests have sought to Santa Crua. .......
New York. . ... ...Dec. ao have lost their homes and everything
they hold dear, even their country, and which we have owed France since
have the Chinook continued in service DUE TO DEPART.
have been brought to the point of star- the days of our Revolution?
beyond October 15, which was the date Name For Data 4 If we would continue this work, the
tirst considered for ordering her to lay Honolulan.
.New York. .Oct
New York. ..... . Oct. 26
...... vation; and other vast numbers who
have been directly engaged in military way is open for us to do so. but it
up, and Colonel Potter, Corps of Engi- lowan... New York..... . Nov. operations have been the victims of demands some sacrifice on our part.
neers, U. S. A., has not officially given t'anaman New York. ...... Nor. wounds and disease. The hospital needs your gifts, large
out when she will be retired for the Santa CataUna. . . . New York
Santa Clara New York . .. Nov.
All society seems to be divided into and small; it needs a regular depend-
wason. In the event he decided to r --iea-L-
!s. Santa Crux. .......
Dec two classes, those who are engaged in able income to the end of the war from
carry on the work with a single crew .... killing men and those who are saving monthly pledges.
it is taken to mean she will Remain Marconi Wireless Reports. them. To us has fallen the humane Relief Clearing Ils.se Opened.
In commission for a few weeks longer task to aid In saving them. " 'Tis a Contributions towards Its average
at least. On an eight-hou- r (All positions reported
at 8 P. M October
shift. it is unless otherwise
S, mad world, my master." We, who as dally running expenses of $S67 should
estimated she would handle 10,000 cubic deatg-nated.-
yet have been permitted to remain at be sent to Its treasurer, Thomas W.
yards a day. Grace Dollar. San Francisco for Topolo-bamp- o.
peace, have a gigantic task imposed
Experience in the past has shown 7 TO miles south of
Kroonland, San Franciscoban New York. for
Francisco. upon us, which it is our manifest duty I.amont. Wall street. New Tork City.
that with more than one crew aboard 611k miles south of San Pedro. to perform, to the extent of our abil- Anyone contributing should advise
during adverse weather the time in Speedwell, San Pedro for San Francisco, ity; that of aiding in the relief of the me thereof at my address. Cleveland.
which the vessel can work is limited 15 miles west San Pedro.
distress of the vlctl.ns of this fateful Ohio, in order that I may directly
to such an extent that the cost of han- Wapama, San Pedro for San Francisco, advise the hospitals in France of their
13 miles west Santa Barbara. war. gifts.
dling material is increased several Willamette, San Pedro for San Francisco, Victim. Appeal t. America.
times over the normal expense. The 20 miles north of San Pedro.
MofCett. towing barge Oo. Balboa for Rich- These victims, soldiers and civilians It became apparent early In the war
results attained this season through mond. 1'Z miles south of San Francisco alike, in their silence and suffering, ap- that the United States Embassy in
the digging of the Chinook are being lightship. peal in the strongest way to every hu- Paris would not be able, without a
praised in all quarters, for there is City of Para. San Francisco for Balboa. mane instinct which the American large additional force, to continue to
nowhere less than 36 feet of water in 472 miles south of San Francisco.
people possess. Thus far we have not receive and distribute the large and
Francisco Increasing quantities of supplies from
the channel in which she has dredged,
which is 1000 feet wide, while an in- I! miles southSan San ham forforNew
Windher. Bell ins
failed them in their misery and deso- all parts of America, which were be-
crease is looked for later in the area miles south of San Pedro.
York. 240 lation.. Organizations already existing ing consigned to it for the benefit of
between that and the south channel oft Kllburn, Eureka for Coos Bay, 50 miles at the outbreak of the war, such as the war sufferers. It was most Im-
the end of the south jetty. north of Eureka. the Red Cross are doing most effici- portant that some method be devised
On river dredging the Government
Yucatan. San Francisco for Tacoma, 124
mll-- north of San Francisco.
ent work, as have a large number of for making the contributions effective:
has the Multnomah and Wahkiakum
El Segundn. Point Wells for Fan other relief organizations formed since to have some system in order to avoid
steadily employed, and on bars where Ib8 miles north of San the commencement of the war. duplication and waste, and of rend-
Francisco. Today we are looked upon as the em- ering an account to givers at the end
they have undertaken permanent work Coronado, San Francisco for Aberdeen, 40 bodiment of generosity and efficiency.
since August, the depths have been in- miles south of Eureka. of the war of the application of their
creased so there really is more than
"0 feet available at zero. They are
xo clean up all bars by December 1,
when they are to be assigned to dig
the new Slaughter's channel, and If
rr:.H Ohanslor, San Francisco for Seattle, 204
miles north of San Francisco.
Roanoke. 148 south Columbia
Barge UI. in miles tug Sea Rover. River.
mond for Aberdeen, barbound off Grays Har-
We have that reputation to sustain. We
nave, in truth, been generous, but the
first burst of enthusiasm and sym-
pathy, so characteristic of us, has
passed; the war is not over, and the
I therefore cabled the State Depart-
ment at Washington, suggesting the
organization of a committee, which
should act as a clearing house for
work is required below the zone in Norwood, barbound in Grays Harbor. work, which by common consent neu- money and all kinds of supplies. The
which they are held, the dredge Clat-
Governor. Seattle for San Francisco, 190
mtles north of Cape Blanco. tral nations may do, seems, to be as far name ''clearing house" was suggested
sop will be moved upstream from the Puebla, San Francisco for Seattle, 5 miles as ever from its ending. As yet, not because it was and
estuary. north Columbia River. one in a thousand of us by his giving contemplated serving any and all per-
Northern Pacific. Flavel for Ban Francisco, is depriving himself of even a luxury; sons or societies desiring to use it
The new dredge Monticello Is at 12o miles south Columbia River. not until we have given of our prin-
work in the Cowlitz River, and Herrin, Linn ton for San Francisco. 60 as a distributing agency.
ported to be making flattering is
re- cipal not until we really begin to
head- miles from Linn ton. s:o,000 Rent I. Donated.
way. The Matliloma. the Upper Wil- Lurline. Honolulu for San Francisco. 1132 share and feel the pinch of living, are
miles out. October 1. we doing our part In this great emer- The principal office or headquarters
lamette digger, finished at Thoma's Bar, Photo by Crego Hyades. Honolulu for San Francisco, 1771 gency. Thus far we have only spared
above the mouth of the Yamhill River, t miles out, October 1.
from our surplus.
of the American Relief Clearing House
yesterday, and is under orders to move Krom Left to Right Steward Angel, Purser Pownell, CUIef Ei.gl.nr Kilbride Manoa. San Francisco for Honolulu, 103o was located at No. S Rue Francis the
upstream to dredge where required. acd First Aasistant Auld. miles out, October 1.
Enterprise. San Francisco Miseries to Be Repeated. first In the Embassy occupiedmy- In
betweenGpor"tS5!,a,a,,1eA-ofi2e- r B"ord Summer season on the river in plying on a daily round-tri- p schedule lGN2,mi!en out, October 1. ' for Honolulu. When the war burst upon the world turn by Mr. White. Mr. Bacon and
is proving popular because of the regularity
IIASSAI.O TO CARRY FREIGHT
whshe will uS" nil" UiP af 7 30 'ClCk th'S rarni"S
9 o clock this evening.
. W..hlntonti"rdock" Georgti n, Hlo for Philadelphia. 3900 miles
west of Balboa, October 1.
Manchuria. Orient for San Francisco. 1251
more than a year ago, almost no one
thought It would be of lon duration:
self. It Is owned by Count Gerard de
Ganay. It is a large, commodious
place, the rent of which is worth about
miles out. October 1. but now it seems certain that there Is
Queen on Xevc Sehednle, Lurline in Adeline Smith. Coos Bay for San Fran-clc- o. to be at least another Winter cam- $20,000 per anmim, which he most gen-
4" miles north of San Francisco. paign; and the untold miseries that erously agreed to contribute.
Yard and Undine Operating. Great Northern. San Francisco for Flavel, were suffered last year are to be re- He came into Paris from the front
0 miles south Point' Gorda.
Unable to care for freight offerings passengers. In the cargo Congress, San Franc loco for Seattle. 33 peated In even greater degree, accord- to make the arrangement for its use.
SEVERE GALE INDICATED westIdaho, sugar,a carload offor
North- miles north of Point Reyes. ing as the means of subsistence have About 200 people are now engaged la
along the river with the steamer Har- points is elevators GRAYWOQD IS DERELICT Newport. Balboa for Sun Francisco, 120 diminished; therefore, we must bend conducting this clearing house. It hat
vest Queen, E. R. Budd, head of the for salt, vegetables, fish miles south of San Francisco. our energies in order that there may be warehouses, motor trucks, etc.
.. R. & N. water lines, has ordered and canned goods consigned to various Centralla, San Francisco for Eureka, 10 The need of this clearing house was
that the steamer Hassalo be placed in points to be distributed from Portland miles west of San Francisco. no lessening of our charitable work.
Hose City. San Francisco for Portland, 23 it happens that I am most fa- obvious. Many suplies which have
service tomoyow morning for a few HEAVY SEAS ROLLING OFFSHORE, and the Willamette Valley to Montana. SCHOONER IS ABANDONED, miles south Point Arena. miliar with relief work in France. I been sent over were found rotting at
days. She w'iil go 'out in command of The Northern Pacific sailed for the Drake,
PICKED north of Seattle for Richmond, 62 miles shall speak principally of that, al- the ports of entry. It acts for anyone
Captain Works and remain in commis- TOLD BY SHIPMEX. south with 362 passengers and nearly Richmond. who desires to use it. has an excellent
sion a few days until the congestion 600 tons of cargo, consisting of cereals, VP, BREAKS TOW LINE. City of Seattle. Skagway for Seattle, left though France is but one of many
Is lifted. The Harvest Queen arrived paper, flour, bags and miscellaneous Ketchikan at 1:30 A. M. countries where American largess and accounting system and justified Its
up last night and lays over until 8 IVo Damage Done, but Steamer Sue H. stuff.
Humboldt. Seattle for Skagway. left
at 8 service and skill are being dispensed. existence within 48 hours after its
o'clock tonight, the Winter schedule Steamer Hllonlan Reacnea Crew and Keichiksn Evans. A. M. Admiral Anchorage for Seattle, left Of the American relief organizations creation.
being now in effect. Elmore Korced Back When Start- Stand Br Yesmel Off Cape Juneau at 4 A. M. in France, those which have had the Tne personnel of the clearing-hous- e
Marine Note. Alkt, Juneau for Seattle, arrived at Ward's most direct connection with the war Includes the leading AmerU-nn- s
The Lurline. of the Harkins fleet, ing From Tillamook. discharged here yeterdav by the
Flattery. Cove at b A. M.
from the very beginning are the hos In Psris. members of the Paris Cham-
vas ordered to the yard on her ar- Associated oil Company's tanker William f' Captain A. F. Lucas. Point Wells ber of Commerce and others who are
rival here at 3:30 o'clock yesterday Herrin v. os made up of 4.1,000 barrels Richmond, !eft Point Wells at 6:20 P. for M. pitals.
ASTORIA. Or., Oct. 2. (Special.) fuel oil and 7S.0UO gallons of gasoline. of October 1. The American Ambulance Hospital at faithful and untiring in the service of
from Astoria and besides having her Threa cottages are Hearing, completion at SEATTLE. Wash., Oct. 2. (Special.) In Pavlof. Bellingham atfor P. M. Excursion Inlet. Neuilly. a suburb of Paris (about which the American ambulance and members
engines "lined up." the task of wash- That there has beet a severe gale well the Oregon City lock for the use Greenville Channel 8
so much information has been given In of the American committee, which was
ing her boiler attended to and other offshore during the past few days is keepers. of the Abandoned today off Umatilla- - light, located at my residence in the same
minor overhauling, she will be returned Telegrams received yesterday bv the the wooden steam scnooner Graywood Movements of Vessels. this country that I shall not need to place at the beginning of the war and
indicated by the fact that today a heavy speak of it but briefly) was created
to the run. which will be the latter sea was running outside and the bar the Grace line were eteairship Company and was picked up by the steamer Hilonian who were engaged in helping stranded
part of the week. Meanwhile the PORTLAND. Oct-- ' Arrived In August, the first month of the war.
ranama Canal would tonot beeffect thatforthe and towed in to Cape ' Flattery to- Honolulan. from New York via waySteamer
steamer Undine will take care of the was breaking. Incoming craft report week opened a night. ports-Britis- and opened on September 7. 1914. hav- Americans.
business, with the Georgiana continu- severe squalls close Inshore, but the or 10 days. bark Dolbadarn Castle, from Port ing for its nucleus the American Hos Distinguished Men Are Patrons.
ing on the passenger schedule.
Repairs to the Government dredge Col. P. At this point and Natal. Sailed Steamers Multnomah, for
storm there was not sufficiently strong S. Mlchie being completed, she is scheduled the Graywood the howser parted cape, San Pedro Ma San Francisco; W. F. Her- pital, which has been In operation for This clearing-hous- e has the sanction
today for Coos Bay to resume opera- - with the Hilonian standing by. lay outside the rin, for San Francisco. some years. of the French government, and the
to have stirred up much of a sea. lion's to en- Responsibility Grew. Rapidly.
HOSE READY NEXT The smoothest water across the shoal Astoria. Oct. 2. Left up at 5 A. patronage of President Poincare. the
was in the channel where the dredge Wlth a grain carro she loaded here and deavor to pick her up in the morn- British bark Dolbadarn Castle. Sailed M. at The original hospital embraced a unit King of Belgium. Gabriel Hanatoux.
the steamer Aztec was ing.
Chinook has been working, while far- sailed d August 2. to have reached Brisbane of able surgeons, doctors and nurses,
The Hilonian, which' was outward Arrived atSteamerand left- up for SanA. Pedro
6 A. M. Olympic,
report-- yesterday president of tbe Sucor National, and
Hull Work Xcars Completion on Xeiv ther to the south and east beyond the Friday. bound from Seattle for Honolulu via Steamer Honolulan, from New at
6:30 7 M.-
and was headed by Dr. DuBouchet, an many other distinguished people. H.
end of the south jetty the break was Captain Duffy, marine superintendent for San Francisco, picked up ports. Sailed at 2:25 P. M. Steamer via
American with a French name, who is O. Beatty, of San Fanclsco, is its capa-
Lighthouse Tender. heavy, rndlcating that the outer end of the Amerlcan-Havaila- n in fleet on Puget the
crew Of 13 men this morning
ern Pacific, for San Francisco. one of the great surgeons of the world. ble djrector-gener-
al and is performing
what has been termed the south chan- Sound. Is repairs arethebeing visiting city. San Francieco, Oct. 2. Sailed at midnight The original plan was to convert this excellent service. It has the advantage
It wilL be about April. 1D16. before
the new lighthouse tender Rose, now nel is beginning- to fill. While made to the and was proceeding toward San Fran-
steamer America, which disabled her pro- cisco when orders were received by Santa Crui. Sailed at 2 A. M. Steamer
Steamer Daisy Putnam, for Portland via little hospital into a war hospital, and of obtaining reliable information
building at Seattle at the plant of the The steam schooner Olympic, which peller Friday thrrugh striking a rock in wireless to return and tow the aban- Shoshone, for Portland. Arrived at 6 A. application was made to the French through French channels of the con-
Willamette Plough, the steamer Stranger doned vessel to port. The Hilonian re- for Steamer Geo. W.way ports.
crossed out this morning, shipped some w ill be operated. M. Elder, from Portland government for permission to do so. ditions existing along back of the en-
Anderson Steamboat Company, is ready big seas, while the pilot schooner Jo- The San Diego via Sailed at whereupon the government offered the tire fighting line of 600 miles, as well
for service, in the opinion of Robert today to have aAmerica is to be turned, got a line aboard the Graywood 1130 A. M. Steamer Great Northern for
Warrack, inspector of the Seventeenth seph Pulitzer, coming in to take on new wheel fitted. Flavel. Sailed at 1 P. M. Steamer Rose American hospital a large building, oc- as in other places in France and else-
Lignthouse District, who has returned cargo, weathered three monster seas Pacific Francisco advices areformerly on the and started back wasSeattle. from San City, from San Pedro for Portland.
Pan that the North The Graywood
to cupying a whole block, which had just where. It distributes the Belgium Re-
that almost buried her, but no damage
steamer Yucatan, bound Eureka. Oct. 2. Arrived and sailed been completed to be used for a sci- lief Commission's supplies for Belgium
from the north.
Mr. Warrack says that most of the
'was done to either craft. The steamer cerealwith anto ore cargo recentlv. carriedthe freight.
cargo run but which
a Francisco for Vancouver. B. c,
with Steamer F. A. Kllburn, from San Francisco
She is a wooden vessel of for Portland via Coos Bay.
entific school the Elysee Pasteur..re- refugees in France: also for the Red
Sue H. Elmore started to cross in this way from Oakland for 607 net tons, This carried with it a financial Cross Society's hospital supplies. It
hull of the Rose is covered with plates,
except around the stern, which has morning from Tillamook, but was Tacoma and on Puget material she loads a in 1904. She built at Fairhaven.Beadle York
full cargo of railway
Sound Cal.. Steamer , Dakotan. Arrived at fi:10 for M.
Seattle. Oct. 2.
New sponsibility on a scale much beyond collects information as to where relief
forced to turn back. for Cook's
Inlet, where It will be used on Government Brothers, Inc., of San Francisco. was owned by way porta. anything that had been contemplated, is most needed, what supplies are
been delayed pending the receipt of work. Brisbane. Oct. 1. Arrived Steamer Aztec but after full consideration by the hos- wanted and distributes same in a quick
certain material from the East.' The It Is from Portland. pital board and the Americans in Paris, and effective way. These clearing-
Itcse is intended for work in smaller AMi MACHINES LOOK ALIKI steamer understoodbuilt for the
that the Arrow Line
HIGH GHAIN" I'ltl'.IGHT ASKED
Seattle. Oct. 2. Arrived Steamers Chl-y- o
Maru (Japanese), from Hongkong; who had rendered signal service at the houses give their services and infor-
harbors along the Oregon and Wash- service, but which was sent to
Belgium from San Francisco with relief sup- Dakotan, from New York; Dolphin, from outbreak of the war as members of mation free to all contributors, and
ington coast, being light draft and built the American, committee, the govern-
plies, sailed Wednesday from Philadelphia Owners of St. Dunstan Accept 93 Southeastern Alaska; (British),from Port San
especially for conditions in such places. Crew Loads by Mistake at San Pe- for the Golden Luis; Prince Rupert from with few exceptions obtain free ship-
The lighthouse tender Heather, which Gate. On her voyage to Rupert; schooner Ocean Vance, from Prince Hilo. ment was notified that they would ac- ment for funds or supplies and en-
Belgium she experienced
dro, Which Started Rack Yesterday. trouble and finally got in boiler and engine Shillings for November. Sailed Steamers A. F. Lucas, for San Fran- cept it and finance it to Its full re- trance into European ports free of
arrived from Astoria Friday, after hav- a blow and was
damaged so she was towed, Into Halifax for cisco: Prince Rupert (British) for Prince quirements, which would amount to at duty.
ing visited some river stations, leaves Friends of Captain Jahnson, commo- Captain Ahlln, her mas- refused steamer was to load wheat have
One reported to Rupert. least $400,000 for one year. Hospital
tomorrow or Tuesday for the return dore of the McCormick fleet and mas- extensive repairs. here.
ter, is well known 97 shillings here Geo. W. Elder, Oct. 2. Portland; Steamers
schooner The American Ambulance
and will carry supplies for other lights ter of the flagship Klamath, are Captain Mason yesterday cleared the and her owners are holding out for A vena, from Levuka. Sailed I Steam-er- s was thus opened, with Dr. DuBouchet
on the Columbia. a good laugh at his expense be- steamer Cleaver for California, and she sails 100 shillings, which would be the rec- Shoshone, Great Northern. Rose City, for as chief surgeon, assisted by his staff
cause he brought an auto from San at 3 o'clock this afternoon with a capacity ord rate for steam grain freights from Astoria ; Chlyo s,Maru (Japanese , for Hong- from the old hospital, but to which was
AVESTPORT SLOUGH I)Er"EXI)EI Pedro the last voyage that was not to cargois and large the south tomorrow. Rose the North Pacific Coast. It had been kong; Gamble: Mexican, Seattle; Saginaw, Con-
City due from
passenger list. The
Cong re for
for New York;
for added many surgeons, doctors, nurses
be shipped and belonged to a San Pedro Word was received yesterday that the Indicated a week ngo that certain stantinople. (Greek), 1. for London. and civilians, substantially all of whom
resident, who will receive it on the steamer Tampico, bound East steam tonnage could be obtained Valparaiso, Oct. Arrived Steamer St. volunteered their services. In all, about
prill Official Denies Puako Grounded arrival of the Multnomah, which sailed coast,targo reached San here from thehas a about 92 shillings, but the charter for Helens, from San Francisco.
had Pedro. She of 44S persons are employed in this hos-
yesterday and was designated to re- part for Portland. pital.
In That Waterway. turn the machine. Three o' five pontoons of the Port of the Houser last and St. were on a by M.
basis News From Oregon Ports.
When the Klamath was loading at Portland drydock have been overhauled, the of 95 shillings which is regarded as Mare Than SO.OOil Treated.
M. C. Woodard. president of the
Veetport Lumber Company, denies that
rebuilt and other work done, and the
San Pedro for this harbor it was ar- fourth was towed from the dock to the the present rate. COOS BAY, Or.. Oct. 2.
usual conditions prevailed here today and
In recent months its daily .average
ranged that she would take on an au- O. W. P. wharf yesterday for repairs. of patients has been 536, which is prac-
the barkentine Puako. lumber laden
from Melbourne, which towed from the
company's mill Wednesday night about
6 o'clock, ran aground at the mouth
tomobile belonging to a Portlander,
who was returning from a California
tour. Before the steamer sailed he
The St. Dunstan wag fixed yester- - the morning Santa Clara, which arrived
from Portland at daylight, has
been unable to cross in.
The surf along the beach between here
and the Urapqua River washed over the sea-
tically its capacity, and a total num-
ber of more than 20,000 wounded have
been treated, at an average cost dur-
ing the past Summer, of I1.1C each per
of Westport Slough. changed his mind and drove the ma- OXE OF HAMMOND LUMBER COMPANY'S FLEET LOADS HERE wall In many places end the automobiles day, as compared with $1.S6 in Bellevue
"The Puako grounded nearly a mile chine to Los Angeles on his way to FOR WEST COAST IN W. R. GRACE & COMPANY'S SERVICE. were unable to transport passengers. Sev- Hospital, the most economically con-
away from the mouth of the slough, in
the river," said Mr. Woodard. "So it
was not on account of the depth of
water in the slough, where there is a
pood 26 feet."
San Francisco. The mate of the Klam-
ath, not knowing that the auto's rout-
ing had been changed, saw a machine
on the dock and ordered it loaded. The
owner of the latter, who had left it
eral small craft inside the port are destined
to wait several days until the extraordinary
swell abates. The bar was breaking for Its
et.tine width all day.
The tug Robarts was delayed here by
rough water and will not leave for several
ducted hospital in New York City.
Later there was organized another
hospital at Juilly. about 35 miles
northwest of Paris, which occupied the
buildings of a French school, and
The company is now loading the standing there while he attended to days with the new barge built for the treated about 200 wounded a day. It
barkentine Georgina there for Mel-
bourne, and the barkentine James
Tuft, now discharging coal at Astoria,
is to work lumber at Westport for
business nearby, searched frantically
for the machine until he learned of its
voyage to Portland.
Miami Construction Company
ASTORIA, Or., Oct. 2. (Special. ) With
lumber from Wauna, Hammond mill and
for use at is also under the auspices and general
direction of the American Ambulance
Hospital, but its entire expenses are
borne by Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney,
South Africa. Later the British steam- Snowdonian Sails Today. Knappton, the steam schooner Daisy Gadi-b- who contributed $200,000 for Us estab- Phone Main 182, or A 4312.
er Strathendrick. now held at the east- Is In the lower harbor waiting for better lishment and maintenance.
Working the last of her grain cargo, weather conditions before sailing for San
ern entrance to the canal by slides, Ninety-on- e ambulances are in opera-
loads there for the United Kingdom. the British steamer Snowdonian is to
get away either tonight or at daylight -- Francisco.
The gasoline schooner Patsy, with cargo tion by about ISO volunteer transportdrivers, We'll Have Them Ready
in the morning. A stowaway brought for Coast points, is In the lower
d largely college boys, which When You Call
SOUTH CHANNEL, AID ADRIFT by the vessel wa returned aboard yes y harbor. an average of 10,000 wounded a month.
terday. She resumed loading yestej;- - The British bark Dolbadarn Castks left These wounded are delivered to any Our grinding department insures
day at a livelier gait and on her de- - for Portland in tow of the tug On eon t a. hospital, as directed. They are financed
Turbiner Iluds Gas Buoy licing parture the British turretdeck steamer,
The latter will wash boilers and have some by private subscription, and therefore accuracy, in quicker time and at a
minor repairs made before returning. are no expense to the base hospitals.
Carried Toward Reach. Haigh Hall will shift from the East-- . With a good list of passengers and a They are well managed and have now
lower price than any other optical
ern & Western mill to the berth. The - hea-- freight. Including grain and flour, the house in Portland. If out of town,
Captain Hunter, of the Great North- Volga is to continue loading at the ' 'III! " 1 C I Mi' Jt
i - m. iteamer Northern Pacific sailed for San become almost Indispensable to this
ern Pacific turbiner Northern Pacific, Francisco. service. mail mountings with parts of
sent a wireless message last night to elevator and will probably be started The Americans-Hawaiia- nsteamer Hono- America.. I.splr. Otfcera. broken lenses.
for sea in a few days. lulan arrived from New York via San Fran-
Robert Warrack, inspector of the 17th The British hark Dolbadarn Castle, cisco with part cargo for Portland. On her This work was not lightly assumed
lighthouse district, to the effect the from Port Natal, which made the river outward trip" she will load 500 tons of by the Americans in Paris, but with
south channel gas buoy, the correct Friday, arrived up late yesterday in canned ralmon at the municipal dock. tne full understanding that if it were Our Prompt and Efficient Serv-
position of which is off the end of the tow of the Port of Portland tug One-on- The pilot schooner Joseph Pulitzer came undertaken it must be continued ices Cost You No More Than
south jetty, had gone adrift and was
STEAMER EDGAR U, V'A. CE. Inside for water and supplies and it Is and their example has been an Inspira-
being carried toward the beach. The and berthed at the Clark & Wil- possible she may have a new jlbboom
tion to others; many of them were in- Services Less Good.
son dock to discharge ballast, after In command of Captain OicK Selke, former mat on th "Biff hipped and her mainmast repaired before
dependent, possessing means which en-
red main channel gas buoy was in po- which she loads a grain cargo for M. Three" liner Beaver and later master of the Port of Portland tug- Wal-lu- la going to sea again.
sition at the time. The runaway buoy H. Houser. She is the only sailer in in the bar service, the Hammond Lumber Company's steamer With lumber from Portland the steam abled them to go where they wished
burns a white liht. and to do what they like, and there
Mr. Warrack communicated with
Captain Hammerstrom, of the tender
Heather, which is lying here, and he
the harbor among the wheat fleet, but
before being dispatched will probably
be joined by one or two others.
Edj?ar H. Vance began loading; early yesterday for South American
ports with 1150 tons of flour and 760 tons of wheat. She will be on
her way seaward this morning-- . The vessel loaded 600 feet of lumber
and consignments of flour and canned salmon on Pugret Sound. Cap-
schooner Olympic sailed for San Pedro,
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Oct. 2. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M. : Sea. rough; wind, northwest
was no obligation for them to remain,
but they volunteered for this great un-
dertaking with the same serious in-
will proceed to the mouth of the river
Great Northern's Cargo Mixed. tain Seike and the ship recently figured in a big- blow off the Califor- 30 miles. tent as that of soldiers enlisting for OPTICAL INSTITUTE
and endeavor to regain the buoy, which nia coast that damaged the vessel and a Norwegian ship she was tow- war. and realized that this task, once
is expected to be possible if the aid to Steamship Great Northern reported ing, the latter finally drifting onto the beach. Tides at Astoria Sunday. assumed, could 'not be laid down at 209-10--
Corbett Bldg 5th and
navigation does not get too close to en route from San Francisco last even- High, Low. will, but must be carried through to Morrison.
the beach. ing with 709 tons of freight and 312 A. .J feet'2:t A.
t:lfi P. M . . .7.1 feetj2;3 p. M....1.2 feet the end.
t:33 ii. Xeet Let us not forget that when the great