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TITE MOT5NTNG OREGOXIAX. SATURDAY, DECErBETt 11, 1915.
Twenty Boys and Two Instruc
tors at Jefferson Admit
ted to National Guard.
SOME OPPOSITION EVIDENT
Washington allegation &atd to Be
.banal Ready to Join Orjanl ab
l and 3 at Liooola
reawil ef Parents.
Th first hit, school salt ef th
rVegoe N:loal Giard was mustered
1 at th J-rtfwM Riga K.-hool ye-t-rdae
wees t r of th school
sad li ef t"a Instructor lock the
ata ef tlUfUac, aad otr4 tb
rt-. Th en wt:i form & saaehtn
lis company of th Tbl lafaatry,
aa4 (ha igm(r which joIb4 ystr
r I estimated la b about bait af
at JefT.raea Ilisa .School who
l"t Jofa (6a Bw rgaatsatloa.
Th Instructor, wha atrd tha
e.rvl-- with tha stod.a's. wr Samuel
". Vy. pre feasor ef history, and Frank
l Mango d. tnitmrtof ta tnaaoel trala-
eg rr,fwf Mar ts a gradual af
Ta fermlnf ef th company ha b-a
fiin nri (a!! f -r th pt two wk
n't A)!.tt-.ififl Whir.. Coloiwl
.feLi3ghlln an.J Lieutenant Wlllfem
tei ts pny ea several trloii
t4 ei4 thara ta perfecting tha
ramatxatiea. Th wo-fc was gtvee lm
"tus by aa at-dr M-tt waa daliv-
to ti boys Thursday by Major
-Alexander. ccmtri40)r ef tha cad.t
at ftftfft Axrfufacal fMeg.
M-mor ef th J.ff.rson It's!
Scherjl rrtmpanr l!t b lssu.4 sat
firm.. aad if-rnl Ti.elV night at
th Armory. Tb ramrinr I t r av
prBt , lart.rs ra tt i8 j f.oer
f the rmarr.
It mi Ierae4 fom boy af th
-hoot thai poc propagandists aoj
tin af th worn. t'bra bav b-n
flrMiij ar'a? tho plan for tha for
we!or military company. National
i- effteore howex.r. r.fiaaed y. fer
al as to i-4., th matt.r. Adjutant
aaneral Whit 4a-tio4 to discus, tha
d'fflcaji'ia fn.t er -ir acrcMa(
about tb Pl for futor. work.
v othoi-tlc v.tlnc af tba
WH!titoB Hicb Vbool brs w, bl4
y.tr4r at tha t-.tt e-ho biMira.
err!ri: n c t F. ort ef t'rlnclpal ll.rtf-
an-aa. aaa pr.nl Imiiration er th.t
a Itrti enmpaer aar fit b funr4 tkr.
Adj''lt nt-;.nrt ttl,.;. end Major
Vc,Ui Jf bota ,pok. t ..ll-tant
a.r: etatHatnf thy ptena an4 tha
Mvfor t.:;int ef th work at Or.ca
Aartca!ur Cotr-c. Warn a ot
ct!t for U ef tb boy
iuf4 tntrt ta t plan.
Tb WjMno, Itll ttcheol br
Wll hot! anofh.r rl nc arlr tn tb
la 4-i4. arM-!t braacb ef .fT
t' th.y wt.bj lo la It I, BBdrtoe4
ht aom wlf to ntr th N
Vilitia t lak a th iin..rtn aa4
jctioel work wblca ta io la tat
ltooji Bot'rs 4r.ntt ataa tbla
irn h aa don at tUacolo Itisb
a-aooU It U or1.ro.M ha aenut 1
aei, bane abtlaej the ronn of
tair pvat. aa4 are r.adr to Join a
a a uf:.. i.ni aambr ba b.a
,ro. ur-tl Tn. b.jy remtnitt. ta
rhr. ef tba work tbr r.aorta
ap7aitlra ea IS part ef eeira of th
Ucft.r a4 etitaid lDf!gK.a
Kkie of th orcaalzaeion at J'f
frMi -t.Jtt Jr-ir4y. rr A!aa
! tmitn. a mmt.r of th rirbool
r4. ..tj fte we T.ry !a4 to m
tb work eror.
Kiikik. Ncrwi (hip C.toa.
l-r l ai'I hknoa
Atr. C . 1 Arrn-I at T l aa4
't a? .1 P 7 A V. .T-r f A. M.bura
f rrt .aa faa-a a Kvrvka aa4 Caw
Haf . errt.a ai lo A M. .n4 i.fi bp al
m . t.amr laf fuioam. tram
1'r.n-iara. .rriv.4 ai I' M. .t.i
Norih.rra P.ifl'- from a raac(ac.
a f'r.Br-ef. ta . ! Arri..4 at a
A. 1 . t-aif !;, ity. f-aia lrt'and. for
a l"-J ro al A. M. 'mr Mi Uonin,
f--n port and rr aan l4ra. al M A. M-.
t.amr to f r rm catabta Rl.r: al
l W n-iiHt tfr. from -aa rdr.
f-r f.rtUaU. Pml-i ml 1 I. M.. et.amar
Hf-K', Ir.ca laa lt. aaa av porta. tT
F.-..o.l rat a-i al 1 I". M . IIMIll Ma t
an-.-i f -r fair.
I'wa.-, t. a Arrt4 etaamar
O'"..:.-. rrv.ru rrt ana.
tra.paraiaAt rwe. a Arrrt4 Biaaaiar
C " " front Baa Ianeia-.
t . a A rrt.A a I a mar St. Ual.
il from 4a rraar-ara
Afi. toc a. Artual tiaiaw Xaaa
Imita, from aa Vraar'ac. far a-p.raia
Mi rra -rw-. 1 Ama Mtamri
Air!a. frn tlrayi Maraor: Waaan. from
ttl. Raa. lit. frarts pan aM HlUxiiaa.
f ca 1(4:. flraoa T. fr.ra Kaaaaa. Nome
r;tr. tram t'arl All-, bta.tnemab aa4
v.. ea r. f-ana C u Ht.r. U. M. Clark,
from Ha:oa. ui:4 Maaat. for Port
lar4, Aaaa Saat'-a, for Itaf.
avoatt. M to Amo4 Ktaaunara
ltimbi.!t. from frotb.at.r Atarka. Cut
na frnca an ll.ra. aaftaaa, from ea
fn.Kla'tt. KkMiDo Van I Japaeavaoi,
frona Iicirkapr "a'.od Mf.am.r. a.jmlrat
"t. for ftaa rrai-rara; lamatfa. far
faiAatara Aaka. Prtaca Piqaajri fFn-t
La . fr T1r nnjfl. aafh raoj alra
ir1ltaai. f I rUH M"f'a
WIND BESTS STEAM Siil
Takes Vessels Astern
Off North Head.
FULL SPEED OF NO AVAIL
Toe NaTistor, Monterey lo Tow,
Carried rat Columbia to
Gray Harbor Frrrjoii Bark
Make Delayed AniTal.
SHOW TO AIO VISTA FUND
rnrtTtn or rwrn)i or
at nriLto dox.tck
ia4 ra-rtaatrrtar CaPuiy OTUI
tewta Illjrhway Trip Te-
If Dr ta rlr.
Bailed from Tokohama December t. says
here the vessel troes
ed to load ner on
Pucet bound for Vladivostok, handling
soma of tha war aupplles held there.
She la due bera tba latter part of tha
Tha Tesan Marti will ba tha first
steamer tha Waterhousa Intereata have
beaded thla way since tha last visit
of tba Royal Mall liner Clenroy. which
resumed her voyae from Portland via
Pucet Soand January ltlS. A few
vessela were continues In tha service
after war waa precipitated In Europe.
bat the tarcer carriers erere comman
deered, and since Frank Waterhousa
4c Co. have chartered a number of ves
sels, principally Japanese carriers, to
handle carffo from - the north. It Is
hoped here that tha coming- of tha Te
san Maru Is tha forerunner of a re
sumption of tha service at least from
CAPTAUf BCIXJER GOES NORTH
San IVanclsco fopector to Go Into
Minnesota Matter on Her ArrlTaL
' Captain John K. Bulger. Supervising
Inspector of Steam Vessels for the
Western District, who has been here
for about two weeks, leavea today for
Faithful Wife Is Waiting as
Prison Doors Swing Open
for Slayer of N. Wolff.
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l IfVUiSao. 1 a-"
mivYlsx HEALTH &
6 YEARS OF TERM SERVED
Spend the Winter, in California
TEUPERATCRES OF LEADING CALIFORNIA RESORTS FOR TUX .OBaJBBJOaBB
M"EEK ENDING SATURDAY. DEO. 4. 1915.
Oolna- astern at a gait of fonr knoU
an hour when stan!ng Into a soutn
arlv rale with all tha power at her
1 command, waa the experience of the
atnralv hi Navtaator. towing tne on-
ladan schooner Monterey, both of which I Seattle, and on hla return plana to gro
reached hr yesterday. Thetr sklppara to Pan Francisco, his headquarters. His
reported that they arrived off the Co- visit her was due to the serloua 111
lbVa from Mont.r.y Monday "- ' G" I-Pctor of
but -'a carried north to t.raysl n w mM Captain Bui
Harbor perore oeing aoi a rer that he had no official advices
the blow. waa I bearing on the trouble of the Great
- were i j noara r"-a.. -- --' Northern steamer Minnesota, which li
back from the vicinity i ur.,. i b,ln towed hack to Pan Francisco be-
to tba Columbia.- saM captain "-; I e.Uaa of her boiler, havina- failed, and
sot expect Information
West Point Graduate Anxious to
Make Up to Family for Suffer
ing He Has Caused Desire
for Drufrs la Overcome.
Long Beach .,
Loa Anireles ..
Mar. Min. Mean
7t 60 3
74 64 ti
73 4 59
78 43 &9
li 4a .0
Del Monte ...
Ocean Park . .
Max. Min. Mean
S3 63 57
63 44 f.(.
Hi 4?, .".(
69 45 67
(TEMPERATURES CHANGED WEEKLY)
IKaa aa.nnoa.l mmilll I tf XDri
nc4 whn w soared the river, and
it h.M the ttiar and her tow In one po
sition, ao much so that the second aa-
Petaah and Fertsuttar are going to ststaat anrlneer came up and asked if
help ba!M tb Viet Ueuse ea the apex
f Crow a Point, the place 4e realstaaea
ef tb Colombia River Highway.
At tb reaoeat ef tb officer of tb
VtA Houm Hulli ng Aasoyuatloa. W
T. Pace:, maaacor of tba lieillg Th
al.r. and the menaaemrnt of Potaah
an 1 perlmtter Company eoeaented
Uat Bight to doeat to the Vlata Moose
faad la pr ctel of the grosa receipts
for th five performances ef "Potash
aar. t.ai rhanead the course, because
tha nak r water alonaslde mad him
think w were going ahead, yat .-onu
Head light remained steady.
BAIaEM. Or.; Dee. 10 (Special)
After six years and three months' Im
prisonment in tha Oregon penitentiary
Edward Hug-h Martin. West Point
graduate and civil engineer of ability,
slayer of Nathan Wolff, a Portland
pawnbroker, waa paroled today by
Governor Wlthyeombe. Martin waa
serving a IB-year sentence for
Aa Martin left the prison his wife
met him and together they came im
mediately to the office of Governor
on a brief .-t!rm An, h. al.lt nf I " ' L -T manHM me
Captain Bulger, though hi ha. kept In f"cnu Th,e' J!".fr.f ":
touch at all Umes with Mr. Fuller, with
until she arrives and the Han Fran
cisco Inspectors have had opportunity
to Investigate the matter.
Captain E. S. Edward Inspector of
M u lis for the Oregon District, baa been
HOTEL DELL MONTIS
PE'D YOt'R WINTER at this world-famona resort the land of per
petual Summer bltuated In the most faspinattnc part of California.
Miles of motor boulevard, over mountains, through picturesque t--presa
grovea. pine forests and alon.; the Bay of Monterey. Wonderful
17-mlle drive. Unequalled golf on the sportiest 18-hole all-rrass emi's..
.n the West. Pplo. tennis, etc. Suprb location. 125 miles south of fan
Pranrisco. Easily accessible to Old Missions, ctr.
Oaft C Aat
The tug waa working ahead at that
tint under half sted. but before that
sh waa turning up tha best she could.
and tha gale and current carried us
astern about four and a half knota aa
hour. It certainly waa a ease of the
whom he has been associated for many
and prIaottr ti.t win epa at tb I ,ioatray having tba tug In her charge
ltai.ar i o.ai.r p .a aaaia j ivr I4ar Bisaathan'
T9taln Kallr of the Montry. aald
th v.al waa awash mora of the time,
tber bing a big sea running, and It
seemed to those aboard th Monterey
that tb wind waa making mora than
;o miles aa hour.
Another ship to experience much the
same weather was tne rnen or
Plrr Antonln. Captain P. La Bras,
her maater. aald yesterday that tha
termination of the voyag was a strong
rontrast to the beginning. On leaving
laelfast. and aa far aa tb Horn, he said,
weather conditions were good, but
aad Wednesday ma tire.
J. If. Duador. chairman of the fl
sane remmltte of ta Vista lloos
Aaaociatioa. said last alght tiat he
beped at least l!t) woold b raised
a a r.'ult of Ih per.erit parr or ro
aara Tb sum raised will b ua4 aa
a Beat g for the amount that will
b rulred lo build tb propoa4 pja-
Bera memorial oa Crown Point.
During tb noon hour today tickets
for all of the 'Potest and rrlmutlr"
performances will b placed ea ea-e
ta th Camb-ar ef fommre rooms as
well as at lb boa office of the lislaig
If the weather la favorable tomor
row, lae fail cast of the "Potash and
p.rlmutier" company will ba the
gueats of lb association oa a trip ever
land. From Portland Martin and his
wife will go to New Rochelle. N. Y
wnere tne formers parents reside.
Garbed In a blue suit, white tie and a
black felt hat. Martin appeared a dif
ferent man entirely from the one who
six years ago entered the prison, a
physical and almost mental wreck
from the use of a drug. Martin la now
In excellent health and told prison offi
cials that he bad lost every desire for
Pareata t Be Visited.
T intend to go home and see the old
folks for a time." he said today, "and
l want to try and make up in a meas
ure If I can for all the sorrow I have
. AMERICAN FLAN.
Write for Folder and Fates.
Carl Stanley. Manager.
The Spokane Is maklnsr two trips a
day between Rlparla and Aaotln. but
a ..... ..t- .... in a-dar in th" Lewlalon only can complete a single
taiia an aa ua j uu ner rouia x ner ia
considerable Enake River wheat mov
ing now. much of It being deatlned for
tidewater at Portland and the remain
der going to, Puget Sound.
DCS TO ARKtva.
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arttlna- around lo th Pacific aide and
stormy weather waa la vogue much of I
lb Um ea the way up the Coast, ex
cept for a calm experienced off the
Frvacfc Keep Men at "r-
Captaln Ls Bras waa on the Pierre
Antonlne on th occasion of her visit
her nearly a year ago and on return
ing to Europe fully expected to go to
COURT UPHOLDS DRY LAW
a-oatia4 Frees pate T 1
Ti TTi iaw.a.lri.-- I the front, but be said yesterday that 1 1"1- a round trip between Portland and Sao I in 1J9S.
. . h rr,neo authorlu.. Informed him at "'?, ar loaaing a second lumber carso Gooi Education Obtained.
graduated from Kordham
SXAKK RrVEIl FLEET WORKS
Incline to Be Ready for Serrice at
3Iayvlew Next Week.
Wheat la being transported by the
O.-W. R. Tc N. steamer bpokane be
tween Rlparla and Asotin on the Snake
River and the steamer Lewlston Is oper
ating between Mayvlew and Klparla
on tbe aaras stream. "Captain" Budd.
eupertntendent of the Inland water
Unas of the system, says that work la caused them and my wife. Thev hv
going ahead on an incline railroad con- not lost their faith in me. and I have
necllon at Mayvlew and he expeeta It faith that I can yet make my life count
ao oa completed nexi wees:, so wneai i r0r aom rood In th eorM "
can o aeiiverea mere and tne naui py i Martin was paroled bv Governor
water to Rlparla avoided. Wlthyeombe after the Parola Roand
had recommended It. The Parole
Board or the former administration
also recommended him for parole in
February. 1915. Former Wardens
uawson ana Junto and the present
warden. John Min to. recommended the
prisoner a release on parole.
Following the slaying of Nathan
Wolff In Portland Martin waa con
victed of manslaughter. From time to
time hla release has been urged by
hundreds of Oregon citizens, including
a large numDer or Spanish-American
War veterans. Martin served In Cuba
y-- Write for Folder and Fates. S!ai0V
CJEL c"rI Stanley. Manager. ,3r
Srorr of dellj-htfu! Winter diTrfilons
to btd for your time at Long Beach. A
rrgioo fttmoa. for Its equable climAte.
Hospita.Uty true Virginian Is the
keynote or tne lerrice ai Hotel vir--rinlu.
American Plan. Absolutely fire
proof. Luxurious appointment. Unaur-
passed enisine. irasx eiec-nc service irum
Los Angeles, IX) miles away. Write for folder.
l m. Mr. a esiie, atiuimKcr.
U - t. aj "VH ajll-tuj a
Retumlnr from Otarraaa Maxlro. where
sne delivered a lumber cargo from here,
tha slaamer Klamatn Is du t lear San
Francisco for Portland Monday, fcha will
11 l.larrtlaa Brlaa rvwklblttaHa.
InJtlativ mcaaar No. S. th Wash
Inston prohibilioa law. waa adopted by
l.J tuajurlty at th general election
of 1 I and was attacked four weeks
that time there was not such a demand
for men and that hi could serve his
country to better advantage by keeping
hla vessel busy In th commercial
Arriving off the river Saturday after.
for M.aico, and the steamer Wapama, of
tha earn Una. la also to make a trio to I
a iirf and return and then tak oa
With eans.deraMe freleht for Cpner Co
lumbia Htvar points, the stammer J. N
Teal got away from tit dock of Th Dalles-
later by suit fiud la the cam of the noon the Pierre Antonlne waa shted by -oiumb.a line ...t nlibt
V af K. 4iotlstela liquor house, of e- th tug Wallula, Captain r.eed. who ran Paner reearvatlona sr numerous
attl. Htkmi ta njoln th Governor, clos to her and Pilot C E. Anderson r?,,,?'?'?? Jv.A- ".j' .11
-TtAry of Mate. Attorney-General went aboard and a line was passed to ,ZL,X. ,'. .-ll- ?. " aaLai.T
and proaecutora from darlarlng tb law! (he ship In spite ef th heavy weather.
adopt. 4 and enforcing It. Th lug held to th bark until 7 o'clock
Attorneys Harold Preston, former that night, when Captain Red waa
5Cjat S-n(or. and Georg Donwortb. ooropelle.l to let go. Th vessel stood
former Federal Judge, first were asso- to sea and kept offshore until conditions
ctat.4 In th cas for tbe liquor men, I moderated, and she towed Inside Tburs.
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tb betel rr en. repraaeate4 by ex-R.pre-
seala'.lx Iud:y u. ooin. then In.
t.rx.nlr.c. and James LL Howe, coun
sel for IB Breweries, final. y belog
granted permission to appear la th
cas as a friend of th court.
Opposed to these lawyers were At.
torsey .i.anersl W. V. Tanner and staff
and John II. Powell, ef feattl. repre-
otlatr the Anf.-!a.ooo Lcaxua. Judc
!. . Wriabt, of Thur.toa County Su
perior Court, upheld the law and de-
Bird tb Injunction last Summer. The
rase waa appealed and presented to
tb Supreme Court Octobor Zk. before
elshl Judges, tbe vseancy caused by
tb d.atb of Judc Herman t. Crow
ot baring be.n filled at that (Ira.
Th ttnuatutl length of t' decision
and tb failure of two Judge to agree
la the majority reasoning furnish.
raasoa for tb delay. Th derision Itself
St It direct II to widely-circulated
rumors that a fixe-to-thre wt de
cision bad been agrd upoa.
day morning, remaining In Astoria only
Br hours, when she waa on her way
bar, reporting yesterday at the North
Pacific mill, where she discharges bal
last. Th tug Oneonta brought her
M.rx ciiAXxirii ncoY placed
After More Than Month. Weather
Permits Chance to Uo Made.
Efforts that began early la November
to abtft the main channel gas and whis
tling buoy that marked tha old dredged
cut at th entrance lo the Columbia.
to a point to mark the southeasterly
side of the entrance to th present
dredged channel, finished this season
by th drwalg Chinook, were rewarded
yr.terday. according to a messag re
ceived lat night by Inspector Warrack.
of th Kth lighthous district, from
Captain Richardson, of th t.rtder Man-
cniversuy, . cw loric. .Having com
pleted his studies there in 1892. In
198 he was .graduated from West
point Military Academy. When con
victed of manslaughter he was ad
dicted to the use of a drug.
Prison officials said today that dur
ing his imprisonment Martin has been
a model prisoner and has rendered
nay ana ban Francisco. The vessel made I service of arret value to tha inatiin.
an. i fniaraii. ana wnen reaav ia I nn. F"rtr a numhaaa rxt v a. v.
ii ia extecteej to nave loaoeo rnucn 01 a... . . t... ... ,. ,
the frelrht that has aeaimulalal on fa- I itvait; at. mo civil engmeer-
umhla lack haaeana. or th. a.rvla. hal n . I ln 8 "OTH Bl 1116 priSOU BUd WaS re-
rrduead to one steamer throush th loss I garded as one of the most useful and
1ST AM) RECC Vjfj
4th and Hill Mi
653 rooms, eacb vvitti
private bath, situ
ated In tha hatart of
the city, near theaters, shops and
places of attraction. Easilv .r.t.a-
f3 s.ble to beach carllnea. A stone s
throw from Central Park inxiirtntia
appolnunenta. perfect service; spien.
oia gnu; European plan Tarlfr
from SI. 60. Write for folder. F. M.
Dlmmirk. Leasee and Mgr.
piHtn: hkkk this
WINTER ALTITCDK S000 FT.
Knjoy Arrowhead's many won
derful benefits. Its arlorious mountain air.
the marvelous curative properties of its
waters and baths, the fascinating scenery
and the countless diversions. The most con
splcuous health resort In the West famous
for Its wonderful natural dl-sodlum steam
cave baths and radio-active mud baths; 60
miles from Los Angeles on four transports
tlon lines. Write lor rower.
Arrowhead Springs, California.
af tne Fanta Clara recently.
Carrying a eurveylne crew, the Govern
ment tur Gee, II. Metidell lias left for the
lower river so the December survey of the
entrance to tha Columbia may be carried
on when conditions are favorable.
Carrying 5S0 OOO feet of lumber and a fair
passenser lli. tbe steamer Tamalpala Is due
to sail for fan Francisco today.
Lumbar for South America Is exnected to
ba aboard th steamer Baja California so
she tan get away from tbe Portland mill
tonljrht. The veaael has wheat and flour
shipments aa well.
Cant to be dlschsrced st Couch-street
dock toe's? for th Parr-MeCormlek line
amount to $ZQ tons. The vessel sails reg
ularly la the serine ot tb Arrow line.
Oa ber way op the river yesterday she
went t Wcatnort to worst a part carso
of lumber en deck.
J. It. Pnlhtmus. asslstsnt ensineer In
rte a-fflr ef Major Williams. Corps of
Knrtneera. T. S. A . has returned from the
ttiualaw. where he Inspected Jetty work
under way. aad reports that stormy weather
had not materially Interfered with opera
Marine aieea cleared and painted, tbe
British ship Wiecombe Park waa floated
from the public dry dock yesterday and
sanltav Smooth seas prevailed yester
POWT.R Or STATE BEHIXD LAW day. pm,UUg th. work to be carried 13. at irv.n7 dk foTthrfteS
a lawn rr parrs na-fln to Tack Vp and Kuoy so that It will Indicate the turning
Machinery Itclng -wnl South.
KKATTIJ Wash. Nc. 1 Tba d
claioa of lb flat aupram Court hold
ing th Initiative prohibition taw valid
. a. rally was expelled bar and In
tar large cilia of tb slat. Many
saiooBkepra already bar goo out
t bwslnese and th other has mad
arrangement lo do so. .ts It will be
unlawful for any peraon or firm to poo-
aa mora than a trivial quantity f
liquor aft.r January I. cloalng-out
aale arad shipments of goods oulaid
tbe Stat will b. C r Imraedlalely. la
S.alt i eumerous desirable roraere Bow
occupied by sal-eons baxe beea rented
lo ether aioa man.
oaasri f tb buildings bow occupied
by aaviooe ar sot avallabl for any
thar lla of bualnees. One large
brewery already baa shipped moat ef
its machinery ta r Francis;. Other
Irswtrles will t-e turned lot dairy
centers. ft drtak factories, ate Buel-
aei baa been pra'tical'.y ad Just ad ta
tb appreaw-hiag "dry- conditions.
atti. l-pokari and other cities
have ra.d tminiiKti la aid In the
enforcmest of the law. (iovernor
Lister has declared thai all tb power
ef th state I bahind tb law. al
Ihousb th lclalatura refus.4 lo mala
an appropriation ef j).04 for Ita ea
forcemeat, which sum b asked last
Janaarv. Mayor alftt. of eattle. aaxa tb
law will bo erforced to tSe letter.
.-..U.00V m itsTiTin: Mt(;nr
pokan Welfare Leaga Pats tihow
rr Rath Qaestioa Vp to CoanclL
KPOKANE. re. 1. Th report of
tb w.lfar Laaria. which wsa or
ganised to Pad a subetltut for saloons.
htvtj must go out of business Jan
uary I. was submitted to th City Coun
Tb report show ta effect that there
Is ao era. ot na4 for any formal sub
stitute for tb saloon. urges that
shower baths and sterilising vats be
Irs connection with tbe municipal
smptoi tn &t bureau and that a fee
reading room be maintained In th
no rtpon cQia iqn wiin in revom-
meradallon thai a woman's ruii( also
ba established In connection w'ta the
noottiwa Official at J a act Ion City.
Jl'NCTIOM CtTT. Or. Dee. t. trip.
cteLr peter F. Ollroy. deputy consul
of th Woodman ef th World, was a
sural of this ramp Thtjraday night
and gas art addreaa. Titer was an
nlt!;loa of candidate, banquet and
music by tb Junction City band. P. F.
Ollroy is locatsd la San Francisco acd
r-! lM r-e - y 1 1, louring tb Co a I. Flft.an members
L,:Z,;?rtZpZZt2Z - C.Pte w,r. pr...nt.
Xewg I Tom Orfgnn Port,
ASTORIA. Or., tare. 10. (KpeclaL) With
paseeneer and freight for Astoria and Port
land, the pteenier F. A. Kllburn arrived
from Ban Francisco x la Hureka and Coos
Tbe steam schooner Dslsy Putnam arrived
from Baa Francisco with freight for Astoria
1'rtngtng freisbt and paasengera. ihe
steamer Northern Pa-lflc ariied from l
coos n AT, or.. t-. 1 t.iperlal.) The
steam sa--tiomrr A. M. Simpson sailed for
e.n Franciarn st 3:3o with lumber from
th. Porter mill.
L'nder direction of Government Eecineer
C. ft. Wiisht. the sasoline arbooner Tramp
la surverlng th Coos bay bar. Th object
r l Be eurvey la t eatermlee ir tlx aouta-
shi storm hav ahoalad th bar.
With tntseetiaaeeus frvlgbt. th steam
sehaonar Wetrnr Is du tmorrw
Thursday tor Portland, being du here I Ban Franc!-.
today, aad of tbe lot lie Ions otigl-l " amain klich.uaen. er th steam scbeeaar
Bated at Boetoa and tb rest at Na n.rtr. rerrt.d theblaca can buoy at the
M a. I iniraaca io i oanj aar : oraasajaa
point Irt the dredged channel, and that
may be accomplished today. with
gas buoy to be placed to mark th end
of th south Jetty and tb reliantlne
of a red ranee to lead through tb
center ef th dredged cut, shipping In
terests fel that ther will be sufficient
day and night aids, and th system
should be or a parity with any In th
t'raitaxl Mate where similar conditions
IOWA IS tur. If Kill: TODAY
Amertaran-IIawallari I.lner Itrings
Christmas Good Prom JKaat Coast.
Tber ar 17JS ton of cargo aboard
th American-Hawaiian liner low en.
which lfl San Francisco at Boon
Mar.tln originally was sentenced to
serve a term or 15 years, but when
the indeterminate sentence law be
came effective In 1911 all manslaughter
sentences were automatically changed
irom a nat lb-year sentence to an in
determinate term of one to 15 years.
ALLi EvTDEXcE IS INDIRECT
Jewelry of Victim Found in Home
Bars Hope of Pardon.
The murder of Nathan Wolff occurred
on May 1. 1908, at midday, a gasplpe
being used. Robbery was the motive.
E. H. Martin was arrested at his East
Side home when suspicion was centered
upon him by tho finding of a blood
stained shirt near the Washington
rooming-house. He gave the name of
E. H. Barrett when taken Into custody
by Detectives Hellyer and Goltx.
Though an attempt waa made to
fasten the murder of Wolff on Jack La
Rose, a young marine fireman who was
charged with the murder of Herman
Nauman, another pawnshop keeper, this
railed and Martin was convicted on
circumstantial evidence. Taking Into
consideration tho fact that ho was ad
dieted to the use of morphine, the Jury
round mm cuuty or manslaughter and
he was sentenced to 15 years' imprison
ment and a fine of $1000. At tbe same
time La Rose waa sentenced to life
Imprisonment for the Nauman murder.
Martin might have received a pardon
had It not been that In the basement of
the Martin home Jewelry was unearthed
that was Identified aa having belonged
The Fun Center of Southern California.
Largest variety of diversions. California's
must sanitary Deacn. Jdammotn inaoor
plunge. Quaint Italian canals. Finest hotel
accommodations. Special low Winter-rates.
badnd for descriptive literature.
lenjee Hotel Association.-
Sainerblv located In the
nlcturesoue Mission City
amiust fragrant liower garaens. .osr
the ocean. Just a short distance from
the beautiful Santa Barbara hills.
Finest cuisine. Climate without a .
flaw. Folder. K. P. Dunn, Lesaee.
BJLI Si iW
Mil JS3EfcJ M a emtTHai
-cTT r c a kjFr i r e
Broadway at Seventh. k.
The center of shopping, bntiness and
tht-atrlcai dlstrlcL Finest downtown i
location; 300 outside rooms, with rr1- ,
vate bath. Raies 91.50 up; Euro- p
pean plan. New management; ne &
dining-room, new kitchen. "The hote. Q
of comfort and service."!, ii. Lankrr. g
shlni. Owner. Wm, K. "lood. .Mgr J
NEW PROSPERITY IS SEEN
Oil Man Says Money Stays
While More Plows In.
t. a. a. a at. A h. .V. a I " ancnor ana ia t-.l
aa a. iai..ara -via an. -wa-woi f I .nil arnaa. f r a . r .
morrow, and eh will not remain here I The firat train to cross th Coos Bay
long, continuing fx Puget Sound lo I brtdse of -ba Wtllamette-Pacifie Railroad
discharge th lat of bar load, proceed-I r--4 'rem tb north to North Bend and
Iraar lh. a ta lha W.f ratal Tha a-riaaa. I slsrsxielfl 1DI aMaraooB.
patay has discontinued shipments from
th Pacific to th Atlantic aid until
IB Canal reopens, and only cargo mov
ing this way Is handled, tb steamers
being turned back either by way of th
Hawaiian group to load sugar or via,
tho West Coa.t fr nitrates. Th low on
has a n tftiher of shipments of Christ.
ma gooaia tnat were on their way whrn
th Canal rlosrd. and sb was ordered
to steam via th ritraita of Magellan.
JIICniE KTARTS OPERATIOXS
The first vera. to demand opening of
the Wlllamatta-Paciria draw epan at the
bridge waa the steam echoonar Hardy, which
arrived yesterday. The coastruetlon crew
bad lb draw closed ami completing tne
latlng of rails
Th-- larse rssoilne 'atmeB STarsnneid is
nrt4 on tho run between the upper bay
art! I'bsrlaaton dcrirg the aha-nre of the
Vrxa. undergoing repairs.
HAT CITT. O', lee, 10. (Special A
mooting, of the taxpavers of Ihe Port or
tiay 4llty be bean called for terember 30
to discus th aaUmat or budget for tne
year Iris. A large attendance Is expected.
ss tbe prosecution ef the barber and chan-
UOS ANGELES. Dee. 10. (Special)
Announcing plana for the organisation
and Incorporation of a tlOO.OOO.000
petroleum and transportation company
designed to be the greatest enterprise
of Its kind in America. E. La Doheny,
Los Angeles oil operator returned today
from a tour of the East.
Mr. Doheny asserted that an era of
wonderful prosperity In all lines of
business had settled on the United
States. He attributed this to the fol
Travel of wealthy Americans In their
own country, spending great Miras
which formerly were spent in Europe.
That Imports have practically ceased
and the money formerly spent for lm
porta la now being expended for Amerl
That tremendous quantities of Amerl-
"IS THE HEART OK THK CITY"
17 POWELL !-T.. AT MARKET
KVKKV CON V UN I HM'E and COMFORT
H KOI'EAN I'LAN. SI.SO and I puard
I'rCI.K Auto Bua Meet. Train., r-teamera
Under Manacrmrnt of A. W. TURPI
I " a snnrl I " "BT
ARUSOTOR HOJEt ,
CANT4 DlDMDa rail jii AW -56J I II II
I aTl ... B
1 1 M I
pur.SAieo vy in;
LONG BEACH. CALIFORNIA.
ozDujnea on rie B&tTe Lree. fx&t.
. Vv. KAY SlHR30N-a.ai:M
If Stormy Weather Dredge
Work oa Inner Channel.
Improvements by th l'nltd States can-made merchandise. Including war
xx I ii I wrniaeji m TOnjtincnuii '""orders, are Deinr exported
ABERDEEN. Wash, Dc. !. f?p.
claL Th Federal bar drdg Mlchle.
du to Improvement In weather, was
able to do its first work on th Grays
Harbor bar on Thursday. It will re
Tuaio ther aa long aa th weather per
mits and during storms will work In
the inner harbor between Grays Harbor
Cltv and Aberdeen.
Th Mlrhl Is abl t move 10.000
cubic varda of earth dally. As Ihe re
sult of th work of t'-e dredge her
(.rays Harbor marln man xpact
SO-foot channel to th aes.
4 M A
Tide at Astoria Saturday.
M....T.4 fertl 10 t; K. M....5 ft
M....IV1 feat ! 11:13 P. M....0.1 fool
T rear is Fatered Vraterdar.
American steamer Tamalpala. ballast, from
Fan Francisco: Amer-ran schooner Montera-.
rare of oil. from Monterey; American tuc
Navigator, ballast, from Monterey; Krencb
bark l lerre Anionlne. ballast, from Belfast.
Veaerla C'texre4 Yeaaerday.
Amarlran atramer TamalPais. .-0.000 feet
lumber, for San Francisco; American achoon-
Montarer. ballast, for alonterey: Amer
ican tug Navlf.tor. ballast, for Monterey.
Colmnbla River Raw Report.
NOftTII If CAD. Dec IO afondlllon of the
bar at i V. M. ea. smooth; wind. east.
Stnrsrs I'lumblng Bid Lowest.
f-'turscs tc Slurges, plumbing con-
Laden l!h considerable cargo for i tractors, submitted to the Council yes-
Portland, with a small portion for It.rday the lowest hid for the Installa
Puget Sound, tb Japanes steamer Hon of ' plumbing fixtures In the new
Tesan Maru. a vessel of 13:1 tons net municipal lodging-house. The bid was
register, which waa recently chartered 1 11333. The Council probably will award
By frees v aternous aa Lompur, i in contract at ax aeaaioa oa anuuuay.
VESAV MARC TO COME HERE
Walrrhoue Steamer I nrinjlng
Oriental Cargo to Portland.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Tanrwux-er Marriage License.
OPMCNDSON-GOC'DLKT Samuel Os
mund son. .lo. of Enterprise, Or., and Miss
Lydia Good'i-.v. 33. of Knterpiise, Or.
XELSON-wHITXET Edwin K. Nelson,
fi". of Vancouver. Wash., and Mrs. Carrie
Whitney, 00, of Vancouver, Wash,
RICE-SEARS Samuel W. Rice. 32. Hotol
D'Moy. and Htland Mary sears, 17, 271
81IISEB - LACTEXSCHLAL'OER Ray
Lloyd bmyser. legal. 7a Belmont street,
and Anna Lautenschlaeger. legal, 100 East
OELKERS-LAN'OBErS W. O. Oelkera,
legal, ban Antonio. Texas, and Olga Edltb
Langbelu. legal. 4S East Twelfth street,
"S OOLABOFF-REID V. 8. Golaboff. legal.
14. North Seventeenth atrret. and I.eota E.
Held. lra;al. ZZ Monroe street.
bPANOLER To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H.
Spanirler, Iilamond. Or.. December II. a son.
LOVE To Mr. and Mrs. William J. Love,
1S: East Sixth street North, November 38,
V ABRELL To Mr. snd Mrs. John R. Fsr-
rell, 491 Flint street. December 3. a daugh-
ANDERSOX To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G.
Anderson. 2S9 Prescott street, December u.
KL'SCHKE To Mr. and Mrs. Albert .T.
Kuschke. 407 Baldwin street, November :9,
TRIPLFTT To Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Triplett, 1092 Water street, December 8, a
BILTEN To Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa BUyen.
708 East Twenty-second street North, De-
eamb-r s. a dauchter.
BAIN To Mr. and Mrs. John Bain. 401
Tsjrgert street, November 7, a daughter.
BOTLE To Mr. and Mrs. Harold E.
Boyle, 4SS Jefferson street, December t, a
ROSS-arTo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosa. 72
East 61xty-flrst street North, November 27,
WALTERS To Mr. snd Mrs. Ernest W.
Walters. 303 Cherry street, December a
SEARS 4 HAMILTON Repair three-story
frame lunchroom. 1J7 Tenth street, between
Alder and Washington streets; builder, Bsi
deraton A Anderson; 1100.
WILSON INVESTMENT COMPANT Re
pslr one-story dock. North Front street, be
tween park and Ninth streets; builder. J. R.
WESTERN REALTT COMPANT Repair
11-story office building-. Si: Fourth street.
between - Oak aud Stark streets; buildor.
ADOLPH HA Til Erect one-etory frame
dwelling. 49 East Twenty-ninth street North.
beuv-en Pine and oak streets; builder, same;
A. BURG Erect one-story fireproof con
cpete smokehouse, 6tfi Dekum avenue, be
tween East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth
streets; builder, same: $1C0.
E. M. WHITMAN Repair one - story
fram store. 7130 Fifty-first avenue South
east, bsitween Foster road and East Seventy
second street: builder. A. W. Schlador; $C0.
EAST SIDE MILL LUMBER COM
PANY Erect one-story frame dwelling. 714
Bldwell avenue, between East Twenty-first
and East Twenty-third streets; builder, Wal
dele Bros.: S10U0.
EAST SIDE MILL LUMBER COM
PANY Erect one-story frame stable. 744
Bldwell avenue, between East Twenty-first
and East Twenty-third streets; builder. Wal
dele Bros. ; $Hot.
WILLIAM . ISENSEE Erect one-stor'
frame garage, west of Weyerhauser and 600
feet south of Kellogg; builder. Otto Balz
WILLIAM ISENSEE Erect ono-story
frame dwelling, west of Weyerhaerueer anrl
S00 feet south of KelloEg; builder. Otto
.TITLIAV PARKER Erect one-story frame
shack. 864 Marshall street, between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-six-th stnaeus; builder,
Ladies and Gentlemen:
It affords us great pleasure to advise that we
are in position to route you to the East in Steel
Palaces through Orange Groves and Sunshine,
Mountains and Plains; with Noted Chefs to serve
you in our Dining Cars.
Our Travel Bureau is at your SERVICE.
M. J.GEARY, ,
General Agent, Passenger Department.
Ill Third street,
A 2666; Main 334.