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TITO MORNING OREOONIAN. VKIDAY, JUE 16, 1011.
iie'S HALT NIGH'
Willamette May Be Stationary
Monday or Tuesday.
RECORD PREDICTS DROP
Water Statitk- for 33 Years Indi
cate That Stream Will Recede
Soon Stage Tbl Year
May B 11.4 Feet.
Cooler weather east of the moun
tainous districts, where packed snow
has been matins; for the last week, is
taken by District Forecaster Beala to
mean that the Willamette River at
Portland will probably reach a station
ary stage by Monday or Tuesday at a
blithest point of approximately 10 i
feet. I'nless warmer weather Is ex
perienced In the tii!)' part of the week
t)ie river should beffin to recede, ac
eor.iir.r to statistics of 33 years.
Forecaster I'ca'.s has a record for thr.t
period and there are ela-ht seasons
shown In which the freshet continued
longer than today at the highest sia?.
On June s. 1ST, the river stare was
:.: feet: July 1. 10. IT.l feet: June
St. l.2. 13 feet; June 23. 23
feet: June 23. 1S. 24.2 feet; June IX
19'3. 24 feet, and June 21. 1903. 21.
fret. For June 2J. ISsi. tha stage was
but Hi f-et. FoMowlnc those datts
and betaMs tha river begin to fall, and
in al! Instances but that of 132 the
river was above 20 feet.
The highest water last year was re
corded Iay 13. over a month In advance
cf the present freshet, when the crest
w reached, and May IT the nv?r was
f-i.'.lng a'fer reaching a stare of l.l
f-et. The highest water non. the
memorable flood of 154. climbed to 53
ft and the crest reached Portland
June I. Not since that year has the
water reached Front street. This was
recalled yesterday, when a report was
circulated that some authority other
tt:an the Weather Uur-au. promised
that the thoroughfare wou'J be wet this
season. The record for 31 years show.
that the river rose to the levol of Front
street only five times.
Atnsworth dock was f-i'lv eove.ed
yesterday at ITS feet, and the south
end. shrro there Is a piece rf uncovered
roadway, showed daniaee. The Wnsh-inun-etreet
doc, the front of which
. built since last s.ason. 1-34 also
suTered from the r'se. one p: lion ha v.
Ing "buckled." and at other r0"1
a'onit the front minor injuries have
Owners cf some strain docks showed
ur.taf tnrss yesterday fnd o:i other
dmki wher central enrgo Is hiuuied
It wa fared that t :ey would suiter
l.efore the river reached Its highest.
ri; Mr. Heals leave etsurance that as
the Srjke Kiver I. ad r'sen but oae-tenft
cf a foot In 24 hours, he w s certain
that the worst would be over early In
the week with less than a 20-foot stage.
OHIKNTAIi OKPERS PILE VP
Port Ian a Mill Will Float 12.000.000
Feet Before Heoember.
Tonnage Is yet to be announced that
Is to carry 12.000. oo feet of lumber to
the Orient, the Portland Lumber Com
pany havlne secured contracts to de
liver that amount to ship's tackle and
It will all move after July 1. It Is not
anticipated that there will be a large
lot floated during the comlnir month,
but for northern ports In the Far flast
the bulk will be forwarded before
Persistent efforts have been made by
buyers across the Pacirtc and In Austra
lia to place orders for January and
February loadlnir. but local mill oper
ators have flatly declined so far ahead,
asserting that the market has without
doubt reached Its lowest ebb and that
ther look for higher prices with the
npenlnic of the new year. One result
of their declination to close negotia
tions on current prices has been to
divert business to the north and Grays
Harbor millmen are reported to have
taken up trade of the class that has
been refused here. Lower river mills
h.av sold several part cargoes to be
loaded during the next ) days, such
as has been gathered by the Oswestry
and St. P.onaid of late, but there Is
little doing In the way of full cargoes.
P.S.sEXC.Eli TKAVFL fiAIXIXO
Tanialpal Has Full Ioal and Other
Ve.-seM Heine Filled.
Brisk southbound passenger business
reported by the regular steamer lines
Is also enjoyed by the Indepenuont car
riers, as Frank Itollam. city ticket
agent for the steam schooner owners,
sal. I that when the steamer Tamalpals
sailed yesterday for San Francisco
every accommodation had been taken
and the same would be true of the
"Washington, die. to leave tomorrow.
lie also said that the McCormlrk In
terests, controlling the steamers Klam
ath. Yellowstone. S.ioshone and To
semlte. were considering the advisa
bility of equipping all vessels vJTth
passenger accommodations, only the
Klamath and Yosemite being In the
trade now. A fltth steamer under
construction In the South will have the
same capacity as the Klamath, which
has 0 berths, while the Yosemlte hss
i. When tne steamer Bear sails to
morrow she will have a bis; list ana
until Fall the movement of tourists
and those on vacation bent will be
fcrirr. The steamer Hose City, sailing
yesterday from San Francisco, had
about 234 passengers, but the north
bound, travel Is not at Its helhth a
a rule until July.
SAX JOF. niUXftS JiFKCGKES
21urman Pjenjers Walt on
PcM-k Paring Xlclit.
SN FTtANCISfO. June IS. (Special.)
The Pacific liner San Jose arrived
late today from ports in Lower Cali
fornia, bringing a rapacity crowd of
refugees who fled from the seaports on
tae western boundary. They related
stories of demoralised conditions all
alone the southern line, with food and
water at old Klondike prices.
Carrytng 21 passengers. ?v of horn
were from Los Anaetea. the steamer
Rose City. Captain Mason, of the San
Francisco-Portland Stramshl? Com
pany, left yesterday for Portland and
The little steamer Curaroa. C;tarn
Paulson, of the raciflc Coast S:rm
ehip Company, left vrsterday for Mm
Van ports a week behind ner schedule.
She carried a full rarro of supplies for
the ports which are short cf provi
sions. After waiting on the dock all night.
nfTtcii s.or of pasaeng-.-rs sailed to
day on the Alaska-Pa.-lflc steamer
Huckman for Seattle. Tho V.m !man
was delayed In loadlnr a: Oakland
Long Wharf and did not pet over to
this side on schedule time.
The steamer Belle of Spain came In
t-!a7 from Bel'.lngham to coinp'.e'.e I:er
cargo for the lower oast cf South
aUte tonight the Pacific Mailer Fcraia
arrived from Oriental ports with many
pass Hirers and a heavy load of mct-cr.ui.dise.
LVRLIXE'S SWELLS DAMAGE
KrMogg's Boathou-e Floats Part
Lines Vnder Strain.
When the steamer Lurllne. of the
Kamm fleet, was departing for Astoria
about 11 o'clock yesterday, being four
hours behind schedule, she displayed
her propelling strength with such force
that her swells tore loose two heavy
floats In front of Kelloggs boathouse
aid the wrecking of the launchee Im
perial and Corrine was averted through
the fact the end of the one float held
as It was made fast with wire cable.
All other lines parted and the bulky
weights swung Into the stream.
Captain Kellogg, after assisting his
men to repair the damage reported to
the Kamm line officials that the Lur
llne was within five feet of his floats
when she started and that so far as
he could Judge she was gotten under
wav almost at full speed, so that she
kicked heavy swells against the floats.
Dae te Arrlva,
Nam. rrom. Dj,:,
Etrathlyoa Hongkong. ...In port
Hear ei. r-Uro. . .. In P"
Falcon JSsn Francises In port
v ilr.rton. . . an Francisco la port
Golden Gate... Tll.amooa.... In port
A.lu-vra r.ursaa Jims is
Sue It. Elmore 7 niamook.... June IT
MoeeCltj Jti rir....Jun IT
Puverlc Honikonc June IT
niv-r.ld. Kaiooa June It
Breakwater. ...Coos Bay.... Juns Is
ii.n vv rMp.u llso... Jur.e 1
Braver .. Kan Prrtre. . . . June
Anvil .Bandnn June -o
Roanoke. .... ..an Diego. ...June .'a
ecaedoJed U Depara,
feme. For. . r1"-
nirnn J-an Francisco. June Is
Washington. ..sn Francisco June 17
Golden uate... Tillamook. ... Juns IT
F-.rathlyon Hoi.ikona....June IT
Dear tsan Fedro. ... June IT
A: lan e F.urrka June 1
Breakwater Coos Bay. ... Juna in
Vj H. Ilimort In. moo a . . . Juna 30
Suverlc ..Honskong... June 2'i
ftiver-ide r!aooa June 0
Ceo. TV. Elder. . can Uleco. ... J una it
Bom City n 1-rOre.... June 22
Anvil Bandon Jure liJ
Braver fan Prdra. .. . Juna 2r
Roanoke San Dlego. .. . Juaa 2a
Usually there are several launches
moored In front of the boathouse, but
It happened yesterday that only the
Imperial was there and the Corrine
was Inside the float on the south end.
Completing Customs Launch. .
Finishing touches have been made to
the hull of the new Custom-House
lnunch. her engine is In place, all con
nections made and most of the cabin
nnlshed. so It Is said at Graham's shop
that she will be In shape to be turned
over to the Government July 1. The
boat has been constructed with a view
to providing accommodations for sev
eral persons to that In emergencies
she can be operated all night.
Major Morrow. Corps of Engineers.
V. S. A . left yesterday for the Big
Lddy to inspect progress being made
on the Celllo Canal.
Notice has been given that the Sell
wood ferry will not be operated Sun
day until after 1 P. M.. owing to re
pairs being necessary.
Coastwise vessels yesterday cleared
with raraoes of lumber aggregating
1.45O.0OV feet at the Custom-House. The
outlook for an Increased movement of
that material la bright for June.
En route from the Cowllta River yes
terday the steamer Joseph Kellogg
called at Deer Island and loaded SO
head of steers, which were delivered
at the Kenton stockyards.
Owing to the freshet tha steamer
Breakwater, which waa the first ves
sel to establish a berth at the new ad
dition to Atnsworth dock, has been or
dered to receive cargo on Alaska dock
until the river falls.
Having been Inspected yesterday the
tug Wenonah. of the Port of Portland
fleet. Is ready to resume service as a
tender to the dredge Portland. She
was formely known aa the Wenona.
but her hull having been rebuilt and
other Improvements made It was decid
ed to Increase the length of her name.
Carrying J.liT.OOs feet of Jumber
loaded In the Portland district, which
la valued at J19.7S0. the British tramp
Oswestry left down at 7 o'clock last
evening, bound for Tientsin, but she
will stop at Tongue Point to finish. She
also loaded S&S.211 feet, worth 13437. at
Kalama. which will be cleared at Ta
coma. Captain C. C. Turner Is master of the
steamer Harvest Queen, vice Captain
E. H. Works, who was master of the
steamer T. J. Potter last season. The
Potter will be steamed from the bone
yard to the Ash-street dock today to
prepare for an excursion Monday night
and she will open the North Beach sea
son June 23.
Local Inspectors Edwards and Fuller
have refused to pass the gasoKne
passenger yacht Bayocean until minor
changes are made In the way of In
stalling ventilators to the engine
room, providing for a companlonway
forward of the pilot-house and other
alterations, which probably will be
completed today so that her Inspection
can le made.
Entries yesterday at the Custom
House comprised the steamers Coaster
and Tamalpals. from San Francisco,
while the former cleared for the re
turn with 650.000 feet of lumber, the
Tamalpals with 50.000 feet and tha
Washington with 150.000 feet. The
gasoline schooner Anvil cleared for
Bandon and way porta and the British
steamer Oswestry, for Tientsin, with
a lumber cargo.
When the steamer Francia H. Leg
gett. which sailed yesterday from San
Francisco. Is ready to leave the river
about Thursday she will have in tow
the -first cigar-shaped log raft turned
out this season by the Hammond Lum
ber Company at Its Stella ramp. Tne
Benson Lumber Company will also have
Its first raft ready next week, the tug
Dauntless being on the way from San
Ffanclsco to tow It to San Dlcgo.
Movements of Veswcla.
ptlRTI.AVD. June 11. Arrived Steamer
CfoMrn tut, from Tillamook; steamer K. 8
Loop, from fUn rnnrwco; tamr faaco.
from Han Francisco. ailrd British steam
mr ris)trr. for Tientsin; ateamer Ifreak-
alrr. tr oos Bay: steamrr Tamalpals. for
Pin Fra:. Cisco: gasol'na schooner Anvil, for
ban'ton and wa porta
Astoria. June 1.V- Condition at the mouth
of the rirr at 3 P. smooth: wlnj north.
wmi 14 ir-llra: weather, partly eloudr. Ar
rr. and left op durlnc thr mcht
teraer Oolden Oate. from Tillamook, eailrd
al I A. at. Steamer Yrllowatone. for ari
FranrleK Sallrd at 4 30 A. M. rileamer
Wr(rnrr. for South Brad. . Arrived at 5
an I r?i up at T A. M. riteamer F. 5.
l-oop from Saa Franrlsco. ArniMt at 5-14
A M. ;t.-nrr Attas. from Srallle. A r-r:-.l
al i 2". and left up at 30 A. M
ftmr taa. trom San Francisco. Ar
rh, down al I and sailed at S r. M.
rltramrr Brrskwatrr. for Coos Bay. Fal!d
at l; 10 F. M. Mramrr Atlas, with barf a
91 In tw. for San Francisco.
fan Fraorisro. Jur.s 1" Sailed 1111. M.
Mrrrr Noma CUT. for Iortlaa4. Ar
rlrrd at It A M !ieamer Aurrlla from
-nli:mMa Rlvrr. Sailed at 5 P. M steam
er V 11. Leet. for Columbia River; at 4
r M St-amsr Rose City, for Portland.
a Bay. Juna 13. Arrived Btaamsr
Al'lanre. from Eurtkl.
San m'ljo. Jun IS- Arrived SVhoon-
r rlelt of Snaln. f com BMtnriam: Aurella.
from Knappton. Sailer! stramare Buckman,
for Srattlr- Noma City, for Astoria; Hose
nty. for Portland; f. C. IJndauer. for
r.ravs Harbor; tarkentlne P. N. Castle, for
Tahiti: Gchoonrra Camano. for port Gamble;
Snow and Bursese. for Ladlow.
Tides at Astoria Friday.
S -.1 A. M T t feet' :Jt A. M 0 0 feel
P. M.....T.1 Xeai.W.13 P. at 4-0 feat
JULY OFF II CENT
Rain Reports Take Strength
. Out of Wheat.
HEDGING SALES HURT
Crops of India and Canada Esti
mated to lie Largest on Record.
Argentina's Acreage TTn-nsnally-
CHICAGO. June 13. With rains North
west ana more mofstur promised, the wheat
market today suffered sharply In breaks In
prices. Closing aures were 4e to 01o
lower than last night. Latest trading- Irft
com He down to Sc up. oais unchanged to
c off and hog products at 5c to liifec de
cline. Although It la the weather which con
tended moat against the value of wheat, the
market was also bearlshly affected by hedff
ins sales asalnst actual purchases of new
wheat to ha delivered In thla city. Bulk
of grain contracted to be brought hero. Is
from Central Illinois, where tho harvesters
were reported to be at work today as far
North as Peoria. An additional lnflunca
on the bear side was a Government sum
mary showing India, and Canada to have
the largest crops o: record and Argentine
an air. ate unusually big. Under such cir
cumstances the bulls had an uphill right,
getting help only from statements that
threshing returns In Kansas wer not sus
taining estimates snd that tha cropa In Cen
tral and Western Europe would be short.
July ranged from R6Tc to S8SeNc. with
the final tone Arm, but the price 'xtflc net
lower at 87 He. M
In the corn crowd the heaviness of wheat
acted as a drag. For July prices varied
from list to rWVNc. with the close weak
at 6tSc a net loss of a shade. Cash
market was firm. .No. 2 yellow .finished at
Mi 55e. . ,,
Oats underwent a stiff reaction following
an advance in which new high prices for
the year were scored. July nuctuated from
3s4c to 38-c and closed !c net lower at
Sca!plng trades formed about all there
was to business In hog products. At the end
of the day pork had dragged uown 10c,
lard off 74filoc to 124c and ribs were
the same aa last night to a nickel below.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Open. High. Low.
July .', -MS .
Sept .SKS -
lec SO1 .0s
Julv 55 .65H .UN
Sept la . .i.i 's
trc 5i .5iH .it-1)
July J'H .3 .'
.-ept 3JS .39' .!'
Dec. .04 .4l .Qt
July 15.; 15.10 1.V10
spi i.o: ii.s:vi l-oo
Julv S 10 , .im 10
Sept :;t t.:'h .i:2vi
Dec 7.: 7.5
July I.l7v 8.17
Sept SIS Hi t.lihn
Jan. 7.40 7.47H 7 40
Cash quotations wera as follows:
Flour Barely steady.
He No. t. Iltic
Larlcy Feed or mixing, DSQIOci fair
to choice malting. Ifj;c
Timothy seed IS 01 1,
pork Mesa, per barrel. SIS. 2K 13.60.
Ird Per 100 pounds. t.06.
Short rlba Sides' (loose), 7.50 43 S .1.1.
Sides Short, clear (boxed). IJ 12 v, tj S.2S.
Total clearances of wheat and flour wera
equal to 147, irvO bushels. Primary receipts
were 14.oeo bushels, compared wfth 2it.
Ovi) bushels the corresponding day a year
ago, Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
heat. SO cars: corn. 601 cars; oata, 193
cars; bogs, Z11.00S bead.
Flour, barrels JT.500 20.800
W heat, bushels :o.70 13.M
Corn, bushels 405.000 4J4.KH0
Bye. bushels 1.000
Barley, bushels 11.000 s.400
Grain at Sao Franrlsco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juna 10. Wheat and
Spot quotations: Wnrat Shipping, S1.42H
1. 50 per cental.
Barley Feed, SI. 80 per cental; brewing,
Oats Red. l.:otl.S2ti per cental: white,
$1.60 per cental; black. t.ir& 1.32H per
Call board sales: Barley December,
II.UH per cental bid; (1.81 asked.
Grain Markets of the Northwest.
TACOMA, June 15. Wheat Blueatem.
9G'i,w7c; Xortyfold. S8c; elub, 854iSoc; red
Human. 84c. Receipts, wheat cars; corn
1 car. hay 1 car.
SEATTLE. June 15. Bluestem. DSc: forty
fold. SSc; club. bTc; Fife, S7c; rd Russian,
Sac; oats, fs.lM) per ton: barley, 2d.So per
ton. Car receipts up to noon: Wheat 4 cars,
bay S cars, corn 1 car.
Eoropeaus Grain Markets.
LIVERPOOL, June 1.1. Wheat July. Ss
Sd; October, s Sd. Weather, cloudy.
LONDON, June 15. Cargoes stronger on
advlcea of smaller offerings. Walla Walla
fur shipment Sd blgher at 34s Sd.
English country markets quiet; French
Country markets weak.
Minneapolis Wheat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. June K Wheat
July, V'Jc. September. ulSt01c; Decem
ber 01 ;; No. 1 hard. l'5Sc: No. 1
Northern. S & 4 c , No. 2 Northern. 00
ClIUHc; No. 3 wheat. 8iBlSc.
Duluth Flax Market.
DCLCTH. June IS. Flax, on track and
to srrtvs, 12.29; July 1150; September.
$1 83 bid; October. (US7H.
Coffee and Sogar.
NEW TORK. Juna 15. Coffee futures
closed barely steady net 2 points lower to
6 higher. Sales 27.760 bags. June, 10.80c;
July. 10.65c; Auguat. ln.7uc; September,
10.30c; October, 10.45c: November. 10.42c;
December, January, February, March, 10.09c;
April. 10.40c, and May, 10.41c.
Spot coffee steady. Rio, No. 7, 12Hc;
Samoa. No. 4. 13c. Mild coffee dull. Cor
dova. 13 15c.
Raw augar firm. Muscovado, SB teat.
S.3e: centrifugal. OS test. S-fei;; molasses
sugar. 8U test. 3.14c. Refined steady.
WnJ-KNOWX WORKEKS ARE
AT COCXTV COXVEXTIOX.
Banquet Given Ijist Xlglit at White
Temple. AsTilrh Is Attended by
Well-known workers in Sunday
school and teacher training classes ar
rived In Portland yesterday and took
part In the first day's programme of
the Multnomah County Sunday School
Association convention In the Taylor
Btreet Methodist Church.
Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner, of Chicago,
an authority on graded lessons in the
Sunday school, who will be one of the
speakers at the San Franclscp interna
tional convention June 20-27. spoke In
the afternoon on "The Lesson Illus
trated." "The Advanced rivlslon" was
the subject of Paul 8. Pletrick. of St.
Paul. Ker. A. L. Phillips, of Rich
mond. Vs.. spoke on "Our Sunday
School Opportunity." emphasising the
necesslsty of training the child In the
Sunday school for the church work, as
serting that good Christians were made
for the most part in the Sunday schools
and the most lasting influence of the
lives of church workers was In the
Boye" clubs were given support by
R. A. W'alte. of Syracuse, who urged
the establishment of more such clubs
In the West. At the close of the af
ternoon session seven students in .the
Portland teacher training class were
Over 150 Sunday school workers at
tended the banquet to the Sunday
school workers at the White Temple
last night. Kev. W. B. Hinson, of the
White Temple, who will be one of the
speakers in the Greek Theater at Ber
keley during the San Francisco con
vention, gave the address of welcome
on behalf of the Multnomah Sunday
School Association. Professor A. M.
Locker, of St. Taul. Minn., responded.
"Men and the Sunday School" was the
subject of Dan K. Billman, of Minne
apolis, Minn., and "Women and the
Sunday School" was the subject of an
address by Mrs. Paul S. Dietrlck, of
St. Paul. Minn.
"Men and the Bible" and "Men and
Religion" were the subjects of Fred S.
Goodman, of New York, at the evening
meeting In the Taylor-Street Methodist
Church. Mrs. Mary K. Fester Bryner
spoke on "The Vision We Need." About
600 people were In attendance.
In preparation for the election of of
ficers of the Multnomah County Sunday
School Association the following were
named members of the nominating
committee last night: A. A. Morse,
chairman: F. L. Kelly. R- R. Steele and
Miss Moorehouse. The election will be
late this afternoon and the sessions
will close with a meeting In the Taylor
Street Methodist Church tonlghL
5 GLASSES END STUDY
PORTLAXD ACADEMY STUDEXTS
TO BE GRADUATED TODAY.
Commcncment Exercises and Prize
Declamation Contest to Be Held
at llrst Presbyterian.
Graduating exercises and a prlze
speaklng contest of students of Port
land Academy will be held at the First
Presbyterian Church at 8 o'clock this
evening. The following programme is
to be presented:
Organ solo. "Festival March" (Tellmanl,
Edgar E. Coursen; Invocation. Rev. John H.
Boyd. D. D. ; nocturne. "Silent Above the
Bills" (Denza). Girls' Olee Club: declama
tions. "The End of the Task" (Bruno Les
slng). Hazel Laura Ralston: "Death of
Sohrab" (Matthew Arnold), Edward Will
Ism Vm Horn: vocal solo, "Oh. That We
Two Were Maying" (Nevln), Genevieve But
terneld: "John Brown" (Flnley), Llndslcy
West Ross: Mark Antony's Funeral orBtion
(Shakespeare). Lewis Donald Wanzer; "The
Lost Word" (Van Dyke), Rosamond John
ston Walker: vocal march. "Tho Rally"
(Paul), mixed chorus; presentation of di
plomas by W. M. Ladd; presentation of
scholarship prizes: part song. "The Shoogy
Shoo" (Mayhew), Girls' Olee Club; presenta
tion of declamation prizes. Rev. E. M.
Sharp, D. D. ; benediction.
The graduates In the several depart
Greek classical Walter George Carl,
Grace Plnkerton Hays. Matilda Patton
Knapp. Richard Leopold Maaten, Kenneth
Latin claaslcal Stanley Bacon, Luclle
Eleanor Bronaugh. Mary Adele Brownlie.
Genevieve Anna Butterfleld. Helen Marian
Cake. Florence Oswald Kendall, Mildred
Fay Klrkwood, Dorothy Knowlton, Marga
ret Beaton Mackenzie. Mildred Muriel Moul
ton. Florence Catherine Norval, Ellen Elis
abeth O'Donnell, Dorothy Sanford, Katber
SclentlHo Alfred Frederick Biles, Jr.. Ed
gar Wayland Braly. John Clark Burgard,
Edward Andrew Geary, Andrew Kan, Jr.,
Sterling Ladner Llndsley, Jerome Savona
rola Mann. Amy Cella Roihchlld. Robert
Lincoln Sabln. Jr.. Harold Edmunds San
ford. Lewis Donald Wanzer.
Commercial Harlan Brlstow. Alfred FTel
wald. Albert Allan Grossman. Howell Jones.
Robert Llnvlngstone. Jr., Jean Elizabeth
Martin, Preston Reginald Staley.
Modern language Frieda Baxuh, Maude
Josephine Bateham. Gladys Jacqueline
Retta. Elsa Goldsmith. Waldo McNeill
Hlrschberger. Helen Eugenia Krausse. Ma
rie Lenore McBrlde, Hazel Laura Ra.lston,
Ruth Ann Ralston. Edith 'Alwllda Baker
Rogers. Sarah Davis Sabln. Dorothy Elea
nor Sharp. Helen Simon.
The following is the membership of
the musical organizations:
Girls' Glee Club Charlotte Laldlaw. Mar
garet Mackenzie.' Sara McCully. Catherine
Therkelsen, Mary Brownlie. Margaret Holt,
Dellberta Stuart. Hazel Watts, Genevieve
Butterfleld, Mildred Moulton, Carolyn Seal.
Mixed Chorus Stanley Bacon. Ethel
Brown. Mary Brownlie, Genevieve Butter
fleld, Walter Carl, Helen Haseltlne, Mar
garet Holt. Marie Jensen. Charlotte Lald
law. Katherlne Laldlaw. Ruth Mack. Mar
garet Mackenzie. Marls McBrlde. Sara Mc
Cully. Mildred Moulton, Llndaley Ross.
Carolyn Seal. Dellberta Btuart. Catharine
Therkelsen. Rosamond Walker. Hazwl Watts,
WHITE SLAVERY CHARGED
Couple Held at County Jail Must
Answer Kederal Grand Jury. -
To await the action of the next Fed
eral grand Jury, which will probably
convene some time next month, Frank
Robinson and a woman, who gives
her name as Mabel Robinson, although
Robinson says she Is not his wife, are
being held at the County Jail, neither
being able to furnish S5000 ball. They
are accused of inducing Lulu Turner,
aged 15, a daughter of Mrs. Nancy E.
Turner, a widow, who lives In a lodging-house
near Union avenue and Alder
street, to accompany them to Seattle
for Immoral purposes.
The couple waa arrested in Seattle
as a result of the efforts of Deputy
Sheriff Baty, of Multnomah County,
who worked up the case for the Fed
eral authorities after the girl's mother
had told her story to Deputy United
States District Attorney Evans. Mr.
Ask Some of
They Will Tell Too How They Were Helped.
The ( blnese Doctor.
Tie saving "Practice makea perfect" has
been proved to the satisfaction of hundreds
of sick people who have called on C. Gee Wo
or a diasnoele and proper Chlnesee herb
medicines to combat their aicknesa. Having
been rslabl.shed here In Portland for over
J yea.s In Chicago and In Omaha previous
to that his record for complete cures due
to the Insight gained by years of practice
with various Ills hss been sn excellent one.
It Is the demand for his services by sick
people, recommended by others whom he
cured, that makea his life a busy one. Out-of-toan
people are not denied his services,
for they have the means of communicating
with him direct and obtaining hla wonderful
people out of town write for consultation
blank and circular. Inclose 4 cents In
THE C C.F.E TVO CHINESE MKHICIXB CO.
igSVs II ret St., Cor. Morrison,
Wo & ; Wo
1 f . .. - -J
71 Iff WS
J; -S'J yNote This
' Important Fact J
DH. A. G. SMITH.
I am the only specialist In Port
land who does not advertise a fic
titious name or photograph.
I publish my true photograph,
correct name, personally ronunrt
my office. I am the most success
ful and reliable, aa medlcnl cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statement so that you
will know yon consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats pa
tients personally. I possess skill
and experience, acquired in such a
way that bo other can share, and
should not be classed with medical
companies. Jt is impossible for
medical company to attend col
lege. Companies have no diplomas
or license to practice medicine In
Oregon or any other state.. Medi
cal companies usually are named
after a doctor. A portrait, wboae
personality and Identity are In
definite, Is selected and published
a tbe leKltlmate specialist of tbe
office. Hired substitutes, ordinary
doctors with questionable ability,
give consultation, examination and
"606" FOR BLOOD POISOX.
I use Professor Ehrllch's won
derful new discovery. " 606," In
rases of Specific Blood Poison. It
cures in one treatment, and is the
greatest marvel of medical
science. This new remedy has
been successf ullv used in thou
sands of cases. Let me explain it
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE.
Office Hours 0 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays, 10 A. 31. to 1 P. 31.
I invite you to come to my office. I will explain to you my treat
ment for Varicose Veins. Hernia, Nervous Debility, Blood Poison. Piles.
Fistula, Bladder. Kidney, Prostatic and all Men's Ailments, and give you.
FREE a physical examination; if necessary a microscopical and chemical
analysis of secretions.
Dr. A. G. Smith
Evans states that the couple tried to
Induce other minor girls to leave the
city with them and also soma boys
under ape, the object of getting; the
boys to go was to secure the consent
of the girls more readily.
Burgess Ford Made Trustee.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. Salem,
Or., June IB. (Special.) The Willamette
University Alumni held an Important
Danger Lurks in Neglect
SECURE THH SERVICES OB" ,
"THE FOREMOST SPECIALISTS"
"HONEST TREATMENT POSITIVE HBSTOTS
My Fee in Many Cases
No Detention from
Business or Home.
No Severe Operations.
Many Cases Ttioroushly
Cared In One Treatment.
I have Proof for Every
Btsttement I Make.
t -vTAS-si rniinl WHATEVER FOR C O V 8 UX.T ATION. UAAniAiiv;;
AJTD rCLWXTORMVnOX7 ANDTOO HAVE NOTHING TO PAT FOR EXCEPT
Medicines furnished from my own laboratory. L6 te J4 per ooura If yon
oannot call, write for psrtlculaxa. Many cases are curable at home. Hours A. M.
to S P. M. Sundays 10 to 11.
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL CO.
SSOVs YAMHILL 8T, COR. SECOND ST.
By DR. LINDSAY, the Eminent, Long
WHY PAY MORE
for Inferior treatment when you can gret the
very best medical attention at a fee of from
ONK-FOURTH to ONE-HALF that chargred
by other speclallsta with my reputation? Re
member that you are not asked to pay for
. Tneriments or anv failures. If your
esse will not yield to treatment I
. , -1 . . n. v- i r-m Ava mlnorlnn
tain mat i. 1 ' '- -"
frankly tell you so and s;lve you
to tako care of yourself.
Sly SPK.CIAI.TIES ARE Nervous Debility,
Blood Ailments. Plies, Varlroae Veins, Hup.
lures. Kidney, Bladder and all aliments pecu
liar to an.
COMB AND CONSULT US FREE OF ALL CHARGE.
THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST.
Corner Alder aad Second Streets. Entrance 12S Second Street, Port
Innd, Or. Office Hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays 10 A. M. to 1 p. M.
VARICOSF. VEINS, BLOOD POI
SON', PILES, FISTULA ETC,
Cured in 5 Days
'o Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home.
NO SEVERE OPERATION'S.
MAXT CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IX ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME-SAVING, MOST NAT
URAL. MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
AND "PERMANENT CURE. I .
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
THORITIES THAT THIS IS A
FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURE BY EXPERI
ENCE AND EQUIPMENT, WHICH
ARE THE KEYSTONES TO SUC
CESS. I HAVE THE BEST
EQUIPPED MEDICAL OFFICE ON
THE COAST. I WILL GIVE $500
TO ANY CHARITY AS GUARAN
TEE THAT EVERY STATEMENT
IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS
Impair vitality. I daily demon
strate that varicose -eins can be
cured In nearly all cases by one
treatment, in such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre
served and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subsides, a
healthy circulation is rapidly re
established instead of the depress
ing conditions. I guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund" the
234 V2 Morrison St.
business meeting today, electing their
officers for the coming year as follows:
President. Burgess Ford, of Portland;
vice-presidents, Mr. Bryant, of Albany;
Miss Ohmart and Miss Beassy, Salem;
treasurer, Robert Akin, Jr., Salem. Bur
gess Ford, of Portland, was chosen as a
trustee for three years, and A. L. Rey
nolds, of Salem, a trustee for two years.
Hardy trees of Europe are to be planted
on the slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
My Claims Are Founded on Cures
If yon are a weak, antns- man, stop and think
what youNOOUld aocompllah if yoa were strong; and
wall what a source of happiness, good health and
robust strerurth would be to yon.
It takea mora strancth to be sick tbaa wall It
takes mora atranvth to live ander the conditions
of illness than It does when in health.
All my life I have been studying; this problem
corlnc complaints of man raatorhuf to strenath
weak, alllne man.
I know that I can qolckly aa4 sm-eiy tasters
yoa to heaJth.
My Immense practice, my tarsal medical ofBoea
are tha result of cures sura, certain. I oan euro
CAN PAY AFTER CURED
Investigate for yourself. REMERBER, IT COSTS
XOtJ NOTHING to hava the opinion of the beat.
A thorough, painstaking EXAMINATION given
each and every person by me personally.
To any man who Is suffering from WEAKNESS
FTjXCTIONa-L DBCLINB. or PROSTATIC DIS
EASES let me ask you the question: Will you put
your time against miner If I fall to cure, MY
SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING. This remark
able treatment you can only procure from MKL It
consists of 11 TREATMENTS NO MORE. NO
LES3. Each and every treatment la given by me,
sa It Is too valuable to Intrust to an assistant.
I oan cure yon and make you as well aa yon
aver were In your life. I will tone up your sys
tem, cleanse tha poison from your blood, give you
a healthy color to your cheeks, a brightness to
your eye. so that in a very abort time you would
not know tbat you aver bad a atck day la your
You can't afford to experiment with yonr
HEALTH AND STRENGTH. . . , T-
My long years of experience as a SPECIALIST
la diseases peculiar to men have proved to me
that 0 per cent of the men are suffering from
one or mora of tha following conditions:
SpecJflo Blood Poison. Contracted Disorders. Kid
ney and Bladder Troubless. Poatratlo Dlseaaa. Plies,
and all Reflex Pelvlo Ailments.
can aecer- O,
, , " ' jr
.tr ...... As
THE SPECIALIST WHO Cl'RES.
It matters not what your ailment
is, nor who has treated It, If It is
curable we will give you Immediate
benefit and a quick and lasting cure.
Do not allow money matters to
keep you from fretting well. We
charge nothing: to prove our meth
ods will cure vou. Our guarantee
XO MONEY REQUIRED UNTIL
SATISFIED is your absolute pro
tection. Consultation, examination
and diagnosis free.
We claim for our treatment
nothing ' wonderful" or "secret" it
Is simply our successful way of do
Weak, Swollen, Sacclnjt, Knotted,
tVormr-like Veins, tlottfd Stnsrnant
Pools of Impnre lilood. Weak, Nerv
ous, Low Vitality, Mental Depres
sion. We dallv demonstrate that VARI
COSE VEINS can be cured without
severe surgical operation. Benefi
cial effects are immediate. Pain
quickly 'ceases, enlarged, veins rap
idly reduce, healthy circulation
speedily returns, and strengtn.
soundness and robust health are
BLADDER AND KIDNEY
The complicated ailments of these
organs are rapidly overcome. There
Is no guesswork about it. We re
move every obstruction, stop every
waste, allay all irritation and In
flammation, revitalize the weakened
organs, and soon accomplish a safe,
thorough and permanent cure.
BLOOD POISON & "606"
Rasb, Copper-colored Spots, Erup
tions, Ulcers. Sore Mouth or Throat,
Mucous Patches, Swollen Glands,
The infallible -Wassernun Blood
Teat will determine whether or not
you have the ailment. Then, if your
case requires it. we will give Prof.
Ehrllch's Famous German Blood
Remedy, known aa "U0," which
works like magic. Our treatment
leaves no Injurious after effect. It
does not "lock in" the poison, but
drives it out of the system, com
pletely and forever, so there can be
no comeback. Being a Blood Purify
ing. Blood-.Making, B4ood-Cell Rem
edy, it gives the patient a pure,
fresh Blood Stream, and restores
him to normal health.
N ERVO-VITAL DEBILITY
The cause of Nervo-Vltal Debility,
an well aa Its evil effect upon the
physical, mental and other powers,
la familiar to all nffllcted men. The
symptoms need not be enumerated.
We want all ailing men to know
that our ANIMAL EXTRACT
treatment Is the ideal remedy for
KER VO-VITAL DEBILITY. It does
not stimulate temporarily, but re
stores permanently. All disagree
able symptome soon disappear, nerve
energy Is regained, self-respect, self
confidence and self-control return,
and the patient Is prepared for a
new period of life.
PILES AND RECTAL
Piles, blind, bleedlnc, Itchlnc or
protrudlns;; Fistula Ulcers and
Our proven methods make hos
pital operat Ions unnecessary. In
most cases no pain or detention
from business. We guarantee quick
relief and positive, permanent cures.
What you want Is a cure. Come
to us and get It. Once under our
treatment you will quickly realize
how simple a thing It is to get well
In the hands of a specialist who
knows his business. Our cures add
not only years to life, but life to
years. Office hours, daily 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to S. Sundays 10 to 1
DR. GREEN CO.
862 Washington St., Portland, Or.
Col oat cmtkwtiei and purgabTesU TVy Iraki
hanh uaaeecaiary. 1 ry p-
ikkHmit&t aal UJattis. as affiens snow.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Pricsr
f Genuine mmtbeu Signature
I Cure Men!
IS MY FEE
Pay W hen Cured
General Debility, Weak Nerves, In
mni. Results of exposure, overwork
and other violations of Nature's laws,
nieaspa nf Rluflilfr and Kidneys, Vari
cose Veins, quickly and permanently
cured at small expense.
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning, itching and inflammation
stopped In 24 hours. Cures effected In
seven days. Consultation free. If un
aoie to call, write for list of questions.
Office Hours 9 A. M. to 8 V. iL
Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL CO.
224V, WASHINGTON STREET,
Corner First, Portland. Oregon.
L. T. YEE & SOiNS
Th. nM Reliable Chinese
I Doctor spent lifetime study ol
berbs and refcearcn m umns;
was granted diploma by tbe
B r Jg tmperor; guarantees cure au
jty-J". f-1 ailments of men and women
7iv vrben others tall. If yon sol
I J -V' 'T 1 fer. call or write to YEE A
Jit ..- First. Cor. Alder. Portland. Or.
Aa ar'-: ,
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fmkiate bile, and . :. 1 nrv S.IW1
Car.OW-jW' g PILLS.
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