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House of Welcome
elpptrin 'hna meets all trains. A
high-class, modern hotel in the heart of the theater
and shopping district. One block from any carline.
$1 per day and tip. European plan.
HOTEL rORXELItS CC Proprietors.
Fielder Join. Vice-Pren. J. W. Blala. Pres.
liv nrnniTp unrniinirn
JOIXT COMMITTEE GIVES LEGIS
IATUItE VARSITY BILL.
;ravcs Attempt to Kedu.ro Jt"quesl
for Maintenance to $30,000
Overwhelmingly Voted Dow n.
STATB CAPITOL. Salem. Or.. Jan. 20.
(Special.) The Joint ways and means
committee of the House and Senate
Teached the early important conclusion
tonight to throw Into the Legislature
the entire appropriation bill for the
University of Oregon as it stands as
recommended by the board of regents.
The bills, separated into six. carry ap
proximately $375,000, including an in
creased maintenance appropriation of
$50,000 a year. Some idea of the senti
ment of the commission was reached
rhen a motion was made by Represen
tative Graves to reduce the request for
maintenance to $30,000 a year and the
committee overwhelmingly voted down
The bills will be introduced in the
Honuse with the distinct understand
ing that after Introduction they will be
again referred to the Joint committee,
where further pruning may be made, if
Word was also given the committee
by Speaker McArthur tonight that the
committee will be called upon to pass
on the question of a maintenance ap
propriation of $30,000 a year for the
University of Oregon Medical College
Two years ago the school received
$30,000 for the two years.
COMMISSION TO HANDLE GAME
At Least, Warden Flnley Would
Like to Hve Plan Fixed.
STATE CAPITOL, Salem, Or.. Jan. 20.
(Special.) Game Warden Flnley ar
rived here today with an entirely new
Idea in gume legislation which he be
lieves will relieve the state-wide de
niand for protection against birds and
other game which have been doing dam
age to various classes of industries and
All over the House and Senate can
bo found, in almost a speckled profu
sion, members who are planning game
bills' directed at beavers, pheasants and
other animals and fowl which, it Is
claimed, are doing extensive damage.
Finley's proposition is to put the en
tire question into the hands of the
commission. Instead of passing a gen
eral law which wy place beavers or
other classes of animals and birds open
to promiscuous killing. Flnley proposes
that the State Fish and Game Com
mission be given power to declare an
open season on any class of game or
fowl In any particular locality where It
is doing damage.
He consWers this a solution of the
entire problem. The beaver bills are
promised by the handful, inasmuch as
complaints have been registered from
many parts of the state that they are
doing a, heavy damage.
Catkins' Bill Hits Liquor Men.
STATE CAPITOL. Salem. Or.. Jan.
0 (Special.) Right of civil action
against a person selling Intoxicating
liquors to an Intoxicated man is given
in a bill which was Introduced in the
Senate today by Calkins of Lane
MOTHER SAVES HER BOY
Judge pisohnrpcs Because He Con
siders Trial Waste of Time.
"There is no use trying to prosecute
this boy as Ions as he has that gray
haired mother to take the stand and
testify before a Jury In his behalf. The
verdict would be acquittal, as it was
in the prevous case, which was much
stronger than the one you now have.
I will entertain a motion to dismiss."
This was the statement of Circuit
Judge McGinn yesterday morning when
Deputv District Attorney Collier in
formed him that the state was ready
to proceed with the trial of Bud Shaw,
alias Barney Murphy, charged with ac
cepting the earnings of Thelma Starr,
a fallen woman. The case was accord
A few months ago Shaw was tried in
Judge McGinn's court on a charge of
stealing (diamonds and several hundred
dollars in money from the Starr wom
an. His mother testified for him and
the Jnry acquitted. The verdlot was
not liked by the Judge, who censured
the Jurors severely. Later Shaw was
Indicted again, part of the evidence
against him before the grand Jury be
ing his owu admissions from the stand
at his first trial.
That mother made the best and most
tactful witness I ever saw." said Judge
McGinn. "She swung- the first Jury
easily and I haven't the slightest doubt
of her ability to make another Jury
New Perkins Hotel
In the Heart of the City
NOTE OUR RATES
Room with Bath Privilege Sl.OO UP
Two Persons 551.50 UP
Room with Private Bath 1.50 UP
Two Persons . ..$2.50 UP
I H. SWETL.WD. M-R.
(Pfrmtml Rate, on Application.)
10U rooms ... . ll.Oi) per day
100 rooms 1.50 per day
200 rooms (with bath)..$2.00 per day
100 rooms (with bath)..2.50 per day
Add l-00 per day. to above prices
when two occupy one room.
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
FOR PERMANENT GUESTS
fl. C. BOWERS, Manager.
GAINER THICPES, A.a't Mgr.
toted fcr the Excellence;
lof i$ Cuj$ine. Eurgpeanpla
decide the way she wished. There Is no
use wasting the time of the courts and
the money of the taxpayers. '
MAYOR APPOINTS BURGARD
City Councilman, Resigned, Xamed
to Dock Commission.
While the City Council has not as yet
acted upon the resignation of John H.
Burgard from that body. Mayor Rush
light yesterday appointed Mr. Burgard
as a member of the Municipal Dock
Commission, to succeed George M.
Cornwall, whose term recently expired.
Mr. Burgard's successor probably will
be elected tomorrow at a regular ses
sion of the Council. George Langford,
K. K. Kubll and T. A. Sweeney are can
didates for the place.
Mayor Rushlight this week will make
several Important appointments, or,
rather, reappointments. Dr. Alan Welch
Smith will be appointed for another
term on the City Board of Health, this
making his third one. He was
first appointed by Josei-h Simon, and
Mayor Rushlight renamed him when he
assumed the duties of the office.
Theodore B. Wilcox and Walter B.
Markay will be renamed to serve an
other term on the Water Board, and
Carl Stoll will be reappointed to an
other term' on the Park Board.
The Mayor has not decided as to
whom he will appoint to the vacancy
on the Executive Board, left by the
resignation of John B. Coffey, who is
now County Clerk.
PASTORS INDORSE WILSON
Methodists Approve of Inaugural
At the Tegular meeting of the Meth
odist Ministers' Association of Port
land yesterday a resolution was adopt
ed commending President-elect Wood
row Wilson for his decision in elim
inating the Inaugural ball from the
programme of the inaugural cere
monies. Sheriff Word was also com
mended for his action In closing the
poolrooms on Sunday, while the Mayor
and members of the City Council were
condemned for not having taken simi
lar action earlier.
Attention was called to the fact that
a recent Legislature had amended the
Sunday-closing law so as to allow the
aters to be open on Sundays and It was
decided to take steps to go before the
present Legislature and ask to have
this feature of the law amended so as
to compel them to keep closed on that
day. A committee, to advance this
proposition, was appointed and con
ict nt ir r FT Trimble. Rev. Ben
jamin Toung and Rev. W. J. Douglas,
i , t xt WnrA of Oreeon Cltv. was
speaker of the day and read a paper
on "Modern rnougni aim ntumuiitii
Fame." H. J. Coker, of Denver, mem
ber of the commission of finance of all
branches of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, was present.
SCHLUSSEL. CASE SOON UP
Deputy Prosecutor Expects to Dis
pose of Big Damage Suit.
Deputy District Attorney Murphy ex
pects to dispose of the $70,000 damage
suit of Mark Schlussel against Drs.
Josephi and Johnson and City Detective
Smith on a demurrer which comes up
for argument in a few days. Smith
swore to a complaint of insanity against
Schlussel, and the physician defendants
examined him and advised the County
Court to send him to the asylum at
Salem, schlussel remained mere "
The point of the state's demurrer Is
that Schlussel has been judicially ae
clared Insane and, not having appealed
from the County Courts finding and
obtained a reversal, he has no right to
prosecute the present action. Further
more. Mr. Murphy has a letter from Dr.
R. Lee Steiner, superintendent of the
asylum. In which it la stated that
Schlussel was not discharged as cured.
but as improved. He is out on parole,
the communication states, and prom
ised the asylum authorities that he
would not carry concealed weapons or
interfere In any way with those re
sponsible for his commitment.
Schlussel contends that he never was
Insane, and that the action of the
asylum physicians In turning him loose
was on this basis.
GRANTS TO BE DISCUSSED
Commercial Interests Will Talk of
Fair Appropriations Thursday.
A committee consisting of represent
atives from the leading civic organi
zations of Portland will meet at the
Commercial Club at luncheon Thursday
to make plana for a conference between
the business men of the city and the
members of certain committees from
the State Legislature, concerning the
distribution of the proposed appropna-
JOHN A. BERRY, atfy. collections, ab-
questions. $17 Allsky bldg. Marshall 82.
AMATEUR KODAK FINISHING.
QUICK service, cut rates; send for price
list. Tne Koaakery, etn ana wnamusm-
ARCHITECTS A'f BUILDERS.
PLANS drawn; estimates free. Before you
DUliQ. See 1 1. A. ffiuiinia, wo af"..J
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSIS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing work, lstl Morrison si.
WELLS A CO., mining engineers, chemists
A. E. COOPER removed to suite 400 Xeon
biag. Phone slain lorn.
WE buy furniture for cash. Geo. Baker A
-o.. 100 larR. slain aoja, v
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marino ways, root Aoernetny wv.
BRA.1S AND MACHINE WORKS.
HARPER'S BRASS WORKS Brass casting
ar.d machine work. 100 X. 5th. Main 3i02.
CANE SEAT chairs reseated; furniture re
paired; prices right. A ausa. 1 sin at.
NORTHWEST RUO CO. Rugs from Old
carpets, rag rugs. 153 Union ave.
WILLIAM. Estells and Flossie Daveny, the
only sclentlllc chiropodists in the city.
Parlors 802 Gerlinger blag., 8. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 130L
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs.. M. D.
Hill. Offices. 4tt9 Flledner bldg. Main 34.3.
0RDEH8. lessons' special rates to beglnnara.
Mrs. Ross C. Powell, 44S Clay. Marshall
Htil, A 0040.
DR. M. H. M'MAHON. 121 4th; men. women
and children treated, $10 a month.
CLEANING AND DYEING.
BEST cleaning and dyeing. Vienna Cleaning
4k Dye Works. 11114 8d St. M. 1406. A34u0.
COAL AND WOOD.
COAL ALBINA FUEL CO. BLOCK
WOOD BRANCH E. 83D ST. WOOD.
COLLECTIONS a specialty; loans and ad
Justments. Orlmm Agency, 431 C. of C
PROF. WAL WILLSON'S Dancing School
Waltz, twostep. threestep. schottlsche; les
sons 25c; every morning, afternoon and
evening; all dances guaranteed first les
son, no von know that anvone who walks
can learn to dance? Stage and fancy
-dances taught dally. 80 otb St., bet.
Stark and Oak sts. Phone Main 7t(37.
HEATHS DANC1NO SCHOOL, Alisk
bldg., Bd and Morrison sts. and 100 2d St.,
between Washington and Stark. Lessons
daily; waltz and twostfK) guaranteed In 4
lessons, class Monday and Friday even
Ings, g to 10. at loa Second st.
RINGLEH S Dancing Academy Private les
sons daily; class Monday, Friday evenings;
social dance Wed., SaL talis Morrison.
DENTIST ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
Specialist on plate work. "This one thing I
do." Dr. KelBcy. JOli Globe bid.. 11th & Wn.
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed,
Mme. Courtright. 711 DeKum. Main 304 J.
VALENTINE'S system ladles' tailoring;
dressmaking taught. 152 Grand ave.
LEWIS M. HU1AD CO.. Lumbermens bldg.
BOTSFORD APV. CO.. Board of Trade plug.
vrlthil staver Co.. Morrison & 2d.
JOHN DEEKE PLOW CO., Morrison and 2d.
R. M. WADK tu., -U nawmoru.
ARCHITiX'TURAL WIRE AND IRON WRS.
Portland Wire At iron W as., 2d ana Columbia.
AUTO AND BUl.Ol TOPS.
DUBRU1LLE BLUUlt TOP CO.. 200 2d at.
a i iuiuiiii II L'y
Mitchell, Lewis & staver Co., E. Mor. A 2d.
HOWARD Automobile Co., 7th and Couch.
N W. AUTO CO., B17 Wash., Reo, Hudson.
.- 4.' X V, .111.1.. M. ... .1,
BAI.LOU Qc ftnlliHI', 7th and Dak.
....... ..,, . ui'UDi.fir.ki
Baggage & omnlbuB Transfer, Park A Davis.
BAKER & CONFECTIONERS' SUPPLIES.
GRAY. M'LEAN st PEROT, 4th and Gllsan.
BAR 11 .VI U 1U.B,
Brunswlck-BalKe-Collender Co.. 48 Fifth St.
BIC'VCLES. MOTORCVCLKS SUPPLIES.
.... . . . I . .XIY VATkRl1 TAKI.F.S.
Brunswltk-Balke-Collender Co., 46 Fifth st-
GOODMAN BROS. SHOE CO., 30-32 Front.
PRIVCK SHOE CO.. 60 N. Fifth.
Royal Bakery He Cont., Inc.. ilth A Everett.
BREWjxtS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARD, 13th and Buruslde.
OAMBRINUS BREWING CO.. 24th & Wash.
S. BIRKENWALP CO.. Dth and Flsndera.
BITTER, EW.S AND ICE CREAM."
T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.. 18 I ront St.
THE ALDON CANDY CO., 12th and Gllsan.
J. MAiaLnctv -tii- i. ww.. - - - -CANVAS.
Willamette Tent A Awning Co.. 205. Burnslde
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE CO.. 4j Fourtn st.
B AR ON - F I" LAJt" C O. - and 84 N. Fifth.
FLEISCHNER-MAYER CO.. 207 Ash St.
Clarke-Woodward Drug Co., AWer at W. Park
Blumauer-Frank DrUBCo.. Park &. Everett.
STCBBS ELECTRIC CO.. 6th and Pine sts.
. tnr- hihits at the
tions irum vicftv. -
expositions in San Francisco and San
Dierro. w. J. noimftn" .a
of the committee.
... .n e thA metlnfir with the
Alio uujc-t. v. - " ' .
legislators, planned for Saturday, Is
to ascertain oy coinpn&
opinions the best methods that can be
used to give Oreg-on an adequate rep
resentation within the bounds of rea
sonable economy. Suggestions for es
tablishing permanent exhibits at San
Diego will be thoroughly considered
and the composite opinion of those who
altend the meeting will be submitted
to the Legislature in the form of a rec
ommendation. DAILY CITY STATISTICS
RICHARDS At S-'S Fourth. January 80,
to the wile of T. A. Richards, a son.
BOYER At 781 Water. January lo. to
the wife of W. C. Boyer. a son.
WIEGANDT At 772 East Seventh. Jan
uary 2. to the wife of Peter Wlegandt a
""ShCBERT At 1310 East Flanders. Jan
uary 16. to the wife of D. J. Shubert, a
dHE4.l3T At 690 Upshur, January 12, to
the wile OI rf. f 1 1 J . " .
VEAMENLER At 215 Lovejoy. January
14, to the wife of Pieta Veamenler, a daugh-
"hUKT At 529 Gllsan, January 17, to
the wife of John N. Hunt a son.
ROCHE At 686 Sixth, January X, to
the wife of A. Rouhe, a daughter.
pips .t 992 East Lincoln, January 16,
to the wife of E. M. Ries, a daughter.
HENDRICKS At East Sixty-fourth
near Pacific. January 7. to the wife of J.
E. Hendricks, a daughter.
SPRING At isi Ross. January 1, to
the wife of H. V. Spring, a daughter.
CROWE At 44S Fifty-second. January
14- totho wife of R. D. Crowe, a daughter.
WETGANDT-ZWALD Lisle Weygandt
.,.v o3 and Bertha Zwald. 21.
BAEKER-LESOFSJCI - Jackob Baeker.
dtv '4 and Anna Lesofski. 26.
DORSET-SHERIDAN Ed B. Itorsey.
White Salmon, wash.. 34. and Susan. Sher-
'"jATES-JATES J. S. Jayes. city. 50. and
BmV'non--KEU.T-w. F. McKlnnon.
-lt"v v..al. and Bessi. Kelly, legal.
RECTOR-FEMMER A. Rector, city., SO,
anil Etta Femmer, 26. '
ST ANBRIDGE-LOWELL David Stan
hridat Lents. Or.. 20. and Ethel Lowell. 21.
hIt(-HENNINGER Ralph R. Hatch,
eltv J3 and Lela Hcmmlnger. 19.
VANVhORN-RATCLIFFE Harry H. Van
Horaf city. 3S. and Katherine G. Ratclitfe.
,TCNTEll-JACOBS Bert Hunter, city. 34.
and Stella Jacobs. S7.
CURRY-PF.RKINS-J. VT. Curry, city, il,
and C. S. Perkins. JL
INTERNATIONAL. Detective Agency Re
sponsible, conservative, satisfactory. Night.
Mar. 446; day. Main e-. om Igaum m"B
PERSONAL Service Detective Bureau On
lue juu iy kuu u,s..
415-17 Merchants Trust bldg.. Dept- A.
STAMMER? Method for cure explained free.
WE BUY, sell, rent and exchange new and
secona-nana motors; rt-pau- wum
laity. Western Elec Was. 213 9th.
Motors and dynamos bought, sold, repaired.
H-M-H Elec. Co., 31 N. 1st. Main VJIO. .
EL15CTR1C motor specialists. James Mao
Kenzle Elec Works, luS Union ay. E. Hi.
ENGINES GAS AND STEAM.
ROBER Machinery Co.. Coast agents Sex
bury steam engines and boilers, gasoline
engines. Sal-gsa E. Morrison. Phone E. 515.
EMBOSSED STATIONERY, engraved cards.
Uardam Co., 4UJ Manchester bldg.
HOUSES furnished on Installment, new or
fine second-hand furniture. Western Sal
vage Co., 645 Wash., bet. 18th and 17th.
BOWERS PARSONS, 100 ',i Front. M. 7448
Furniture hospital; packing and shipping.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE! CO.
Only Oregon nre Insurance company.
ALASKA JUNK CO. buys and sells anything.
Pipe, tools, machinery. 227 Front. M. 4110.
For ladies' garments try EL A. Adams, 291 is
Morrison, suite 7. Mar. 118. References.
STEREOPT1CON, slides of all kinds, ban
ners, cards. Enterprise Art Co. 73 ft 6th st.
DRIVEWAYS, lawns, planting, pruning, day
or contract- Bruggemann. Main 4116.
PACIFIC Landscape Gardening Company,
615 Rothohild bldg. Phone Marshall iiaos.
LEATHER AND EINDJJNUS.
CrfAS. L. MASTICK it CO., 74 Front. Leath
er of every description, tabs., mfr. findings.
J. A. STROWEH1DGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 185s. l(fu Front St.
KING SCHOOL for the deaf and hard of
hearing, ai'3 Central bldg.
LOCKSMITH AND GUN REPAIRER;
V. J. FOYCHEK, 224 Main at., expert lock
smith and gun work guaranteed. Main 0204
HASTY Messenger Co., day and nighc serv
ice. Phones Main oj. A ziuo.
RAGTIME guaranteed. 10 to 20 lessons;
piano, mandolin, guitar, singing; 111 to 1,
2 to 7 P. M. 417 Eilers bldg.
PIANO STUDIO, modern methods, 69 14th.
Main 38011. Arrangements for praotloe.
EM II. THIELHORN, violin teacher, pupil
Sovclk. 835 Flledner bldg. A 4160. Mar. 1639
JUST from East; 5Jc lesson, violin, mando'
Iln, cornet, brass band. Marshall 1820.
Dit. GROVEK, Specialist paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 703 Oregonian bd. M. 8142
Dr. R. B. Northrup. 413-10-17 Dekum bldg.
Nervous and Chronic Diseases.
Phone office, M. 349; res. Eaat or B 1028.
R. C. WRIGHT, domestic and foreign pat
ents. Infringements cases. ju4 Dekum bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
KIRK DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT.
A. G. LONG, ltlth and Marshall.
ilRBlPROOF WINDOWS AND DOORS.
J. c. BAYER, Front and Market sts.
lTbU, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKci He CO.. luc. l-ikt From St.
PORTLAND FISH CO., 34 Front st.
LUBL1NER, Florist. 42a wasnington st
CROWN MILLS, Board of Trade bldg.
FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
M'EWEN A KOSKEK, 120 Front.
FURNACE WARM AIR.
J. C. BAY&lil, Front and Market sts.
FURN1TL RE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Northwest benool Furniture Co., 244 3d St.
Albera Broa Milling Co., Front A Marshall.
KERR, G1FFOKD k CO., Lewis bldg.
BALFOUR-GUTHRIE & Co., Board of Trade.
M. H. HOUSER, Board of Trad..
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHSS. CO.," Bd. Tr.
TUB w. A. GORDON CO.. Board of Trade.
ALLEN & LEWIS lEst. ISol), 46 N. Front.
WADHAMS & CO., a-75 4th St.
Marshall-Wells Haruware Co., 6th and Pine.
HATS AND CAPS,
THANHADSER HAT CO.. 63-65 Front at.
J. H. Klosterman A Co., leading hay dealers.
HlUfcS, FUR, PELTS, WOOL, TALLOW.
THE H. F. NORTON CO.. 312-16 Front at.
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
BlstiiMGER A CO.. Front and Salmon.
KAH.N BROS.. 101 Front St.
M'NEFF BROTHERS. 614 Worcester bldg.
IKON, STEEL, HEAVY HARDWARE.
ROBKRTSON Hardware A Steel Co., 8a 6th.
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO S0PPLT CO., 14B 3d.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHE BROS.. 304 Pine at.
LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER.
Nottingham & Co., 102 Front it-
F. B. MALLORY & CO.. 231 Pine st
Loggers & Contractors Mach. Co., 71 6th at.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., Board of Trade.
SMITH-CHRISTENSOX Joe Smith, Mount
AngeL 21, and Anna Chrlstenson, 20.
Brown Defeats Russell.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 20. "Knock
out" Brown, of New York, defeated
Frankle Russell, of this city, in a 10
round lightweight bout here tonight.
Russell left the ring badly battered.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. 20. Maximum temper
ature. 30 degrees; minimum, 32 degrees.
River reading at 8 A. M., 7.4 feet; change
In last 24 hours, 0.8 foot rise. Total rain
fall (5 P. M. to 0 P. M.), 0.2 inch; total
rainfall since September 1, 1912, 22.75
Inches: normal rainfall since September
1, 23.5S inches; deficiency of rainfall since
September L 1012, 0.83 inch. Total sunshine
January 20, none; possible sunshine, 9 hours,
14 minutes. Barometer (reduced to aea
level) at 5 P. M-. 30.07 Inches.
Calgary . v ....
Denver . ....
Jacksonvll le ...
Kansas City ...
Los Angeles. ...
North Yakima. .
Sacramento ... .,
St Louis .......
St. Paul ,
Salt Lake ,
32 0.00 6 SE
32 0.28 20iNW
14 0.04 4iNWClear
64 0.00 :S 'Clear
44;0.02j 4 SW Bain
3S 0.001 4)NWiCloudy
38 0.1228 3 IRain
7S O.COl 6.5 JClear
52 O.00 36 S Cloudy
300.001 4tNW Clear
22 0.00',12 SE (PL cloudy
42 O.UO 4 S
52 0.00 4S
86 1.34 10 NW Cloudy
2 O.OflllOiNW Clear
26 0.00 8ISW Clear
54 0.00) 4iN Clear
SO'O.Ol 24 SW Snow
44 0.4SI 4 NW(Rain
42 0.0oj24S Cloudy
.. 60,0.00! 46 Pt cloudy
A storm of marked energy has moved
U. 8. AND FOREIGN PATENTS procured
br O. O. Martin.
40S-409 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Patents procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-law.
late of the U. S. Patent Office.
Booklet free. 1010 Board of Trade bldg.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
COAST-MADE paint and varnish Is best
adapted to tne coast ciiuic
BECTER PAINT CO.. 191 1st St.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
Ollice near .n uu -
PLUMBING AND HEATING
CONTRACT, repair honest prices, estimates
furn. M. 7835. T. H. Crowther. 3o5 2d.
ANDERSON PRINTING CO.,
Modern office, right prices, good faculties.
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
" PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS
231 Wash. st. Phones Main 710 and A Z71.
WE buy and aelL prices right. G.
OUR Exc. dept. offers Cash or you can trade
on new goods, -lapor w
SHOWCASES. BANK AND SHOW
TUB LUTKB MFG. CO.. branch Grand Rap
ids Showcase Co.. 6th and Hoyt. R. Lutke,
PORTLAND SHOWCASE A FIXTURE CO.,
lZt) i oia i, ji . i ii iuu. -----
MARsSHAIaL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
and old window display and cablnat worn.
SPANISH thoroughly taught; terms reaaoa
able. Miss Wooda. Phone Eaet 6381.
UAVB your gas tove repaired by n
pen, JM. lsW. iM aVmuPBiz w
STORAGE ASP TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van A Storage Co., cor. 15th
and Kearney sts, just computed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects.
pianos ana auiuiuoui.wo
.-ati .t an1 vArmln-uroof rooms, steam
haais. w, 1 a.n (urnom . tnitllf Rnd TUt? vaults.
traokage for carload shipments; vans for
moving, reaucea ireiiiu '
hold goods to and from East In througn
cars. Main oov. ah
C. O. PICK Transfer &. Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4-atory brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
ior vaiuaoie; in. . cvr. u fm' .
nianm anii furniture moved and Daoked
for shipping; special rates made on goorti
In our tnrouga cam o an buwcbhu uw
foreign ports. Main op, a ao.
ULiDU-AUss A nriiiiir iiiri. vvr.
uenerai iraiiBLtrrin i
piano and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. 87-80 Front at. Telephone
Main ii or .i).
OREGON IHAJSHt EK LU., eaiaoiianea ioiu,
Tranafer ani forwarding agents. Offices
I A-l nllaun cf f r T-n f r 13fh and
js i iii. an a 1 1 it a
Occidental Warehouse Co., 8-11 N. 4th st.
Merchandise storage, bonded and free.
Transfer and forw.irdln g agents. Mar. 299.
S15 TO $-5 will buy a REBUILT TYPE
WRITER; rebuilt as good aa new all
makes to choose from at Gill's, ad and
Alder; terms to suit; every machine guar
anteed. Call or phone for representative,
idih anon nf a tiottff.
w it arm the eichantt for the 1 are est tvne-
writer concern on the Coast: investigate
all makes, all prices. The Typewriter
ifixenange. jai. asningiun mi
NEW, rebuilt, second-hand rentals, at out
rates. P. p. C. Co., 2S1 Stark. Main 1407.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 63 Fiftn at.
JONES CASH SlcjKE, Front and Oak.
FRANKLIN 4i CO., 132 Front St.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
B. O. CASE A CO.. 5th and Oak.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sta.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER, S1M1NGTON. Calhuun Co.. 46 4th.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire A Iron Wks.. 2d A Columbia.
E. Port'd Wire A Iron wks, Belmont E. Water
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASML'SSEN A CO., jobbers, paints, oils,
glass, sash and doors. Cor. 2d and Taylor.
W. P. FULLER A CO., 12th and Davis.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., ISO First St.
PAPER BOXES AND SHELF BOXES.
Portland Paper Box Co., 02 Front. Cartons.
PERIODICALS, BOOKS AND POSTCARDS.
THK OREGON NEWS CO., 71 Front St.
PICKLES AND VINEGAR.
KNIGHT PACKING CO.. 474 East Alder.
PIPE, PIPE FITTING AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-66 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. l KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
M. BAKDE & SONS, 240 Front st.
, , - r tijv Tt"7I7w I'll .vita U.U'.U
HENRY EVERDlNG,'45-47 Front st.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny st.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. F. FULLER A CO.. 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front st.
THE HARDIE MFG. CO., 40 N. Front irt.
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co.. 172 1st at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 Second.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
JOHN ECKLLND, 123-125 Front st
BLUMAUER A HOCH. 105-107 12th st
WIRE AND WIRE ROPE.
JOHN A. Roebling's Sons Co.. S 6th St.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire A Iron Wks., 2d A Columbia.
rapidly Inland and this evening It Is central
over the Canadian Northwest Warnings for
tnis disturbance were ordered at 7:00 A. M,
and since then the following maximum wind
velocities have been reported: Tatoosh
Island 64 miles, southwest; North Head 48
miles, south, and Seattle 42 miles, south.
The disturbance has also caused light rains
along tne wasnington and Oregon coasts,
the Willamette Valley and the Sound coun
try and light snow in portions of Eastern
Oregon, Eastern Washington and Northern
Idaho. Another disturbance central over
the upper St Lawrence Valley has caused
rain or snow In the lakes region and Ohio
Valley, with mild temperatures. It Is also
much warmer In the northern Rocky Moun
tain States, but temperatures have fallen in
the upper Mississippi Valley and In North
ern Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The
conditions are favorable for rain or snow
In this district Tuesday, with lower tem
peratures In Eastern Washington, Eastern
Oregon and Idaho.
Portland and vicinity Rain or snow,
winds mostlv. southerly.
Oregon Rain southwest rain or snow
northwest and snow east portion; colder
east portion, southerly winds.
Washington Rain or snow west, snow and
corner east portion; euutneny wums.
Idaho Snow and colder.
EtrWARD A. EEALS, District Forecaster.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily or eon day.
One Time lo
Kama ad two coneecntlve times ....zSc
game ad three ooaeecutlve times 80e
Same ad tlx or seven consecutive times. .6tie
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other claaatfl ca
tions except the follow!;.
Situations Wanted, Male.
(Situations Wanted. Female.
For Bent, Rooms, private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private FmmUles.
Housekeeping; Rooms. Private Famlliea.
When one advertisement Is not ran in con
secutive issues the one-time rate applies.
Hix words count as one tine on cash ad
vertisements and no ad counted tor leas than
Remittances most accompany ant-of-towa
The Oreronlaa will accept classified ad
vertisement ever the telephone, providlna;
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone,
'o prices will be quoted over the phone,
but bin will be rendered the roUowtns; day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of the payment of telephone ad.
laanunti Kirnatlona Want! and Per
sonal dverttswaents will not be accepted
over the teiepnone. uraers ior one inser
tion only will be accepted for "Booses for
Rant," "Furniture for Sale, UnslneMs Op
portunities," MRoomin Houses," and "Want-
eea to Aenw-
T ril f g THEATER
XI Eli X JLs I J nth and Morrison
Phooea Main 1, A 11-
aiatineea Tomorrow and Saturday.
David Belasco Presents
"THE RETURN OF PETER GRIM"
llth A Morrlaoa
Sis: Klsrhta fit 8.
Matinees Wednesday aad Saturday at 3
WEEK JAN. 27 KSKftS
KLAW & ERLANGER'S
Stupendous International Production
NIGHT ASiD SATURDAY MATINEE
Lower floor, excepting last 4 rows, S3.
Last 4 rows, $1.60. First 6 rows Bal
oony, $1.50; remainder, fl. Admis., 60c,
SPECIAL PRICES WEDNESDAY
Lower floor, fj.50. Balcony, fL Ad
mission, balcony, 50c.
Main . A 11360.
ii T. lulttr. Mrf
Tonight, all this week. Matinees Wednesday
ana eaturuay. i. "
i i it. .1.. aA y.v Mrs Plske
Immense cast and production. Thrilling
scenes. Intense realism. Evenings: 25c. Sc.
roc. All matinees, 25c. Next week "The
MATINEE DAILY. MAIN A 100.
Seventh and Taylor Sts.
Mats.. 15c-25c-50c. Nights. 15c-25c-aoc-75c.
ALL THIS WEEK.
g OTHER STELLAR ACTS
Beventh and Taylor Streets.
6 OTHER GREAT ACTS 5
Matinee, 25c-50c-7"e-4!l. Nights, 25o-50c-75c
Owing to heavy advance sale patrons are
UTgea to maxe tneir rcacr.niwu. c...
MAIL ORDERS C.IVEN PROMPT
gun and Rajniond, Four Burns hinter. ine
"tL Th. i.inl0-ht Ride of Paul
vitur...-. ,-;r, " Tn....l.r prices.
Boxes and first row balcony i- h a
A U236, Main 4oae. vurmin .o, "
WEEK JANUARY 81 "The Rehearsal," an
aia.nche of Comedy, a Galaxy of Beauty
and a Musical Gem. Two performances
nightly, 7:30 and 9:15. Matinees daily. 2:30.
Sunday nights, continuous performances,
Martin: at 6:30. Tuesday nijrhts. Athletic
Contests. Friday nights, B-hm,B' Contest,
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
. . ..,H.inn unnao iri-ias Park
St.; furniture, etc. Bale at 10 o clock.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Ufr-tflCE KO.S20 UNION AVEICHCUft.
KER MARKBT STREET.
Pbone Eut 1433. B 251.
Horse amhalance tor lck or diaable
animals at a moment's no tic. prle
reasonable. Report all caaaa ol
to ihla oflica Opao day and nlgnt.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR club
J danclnff anu ""i;-'
jL&t Wednesday. 22d. 8:30 P. M..
p. A. FREEMAN, Sec
iamm mm L,umbermens
A. AND S. RITE, AINS
WORTH CHAPTER OP ROSS
CROIX No. 1. Regular meeting
in Memorial Hall, Scottish Rite
Cathedral, this evening at 8
o'clock. By order
WASH I NO T ON CHAPTER No.
IS., R. A. M. Called convocation
this (Tuesday) evening at 7:30
o'clock, at E. Eighth and! Burn
slde streets. P. and M. E. de
grees. Visitors -welcome. By or
der of the E. H. P.
J. E. MARTIN, Secretary.
MT. TABOR LODGE, No. 42,
A. P. AND A. M. Special com
munication will be held this
ai.a.ln. At30 A ClOCK.
J West 81de Temple. 'm. M. degree.
-ui.ittnn- brethren Invited to at
tend. By order ot the W. M.
K. M. SPAULDINO, Sec
it.iot A TinfiB" Mfl 1 1 A.
A F. AND A. M. Special ' com
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing, at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic
Temple; labor In the F. C. de-btr-
VlaUlnc brethren welcome.
By order W. M. FRED L. OLSON,
PORTLAND CHAPTER. No. 97,
O. E. 6. Regular meeting this
(Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock. 334
Russell street. Social. By order ot
ANNA L. DUD LET. Secretary.
OREG(5n COUNCIL, ROTAL
ARCANUM, meets at the new
hall. Royal building, the first
and third Tuesdays of each
month at 8 P. M. Visitors cor
O. O. HALL, Secretary,
53 East 14th street North.
ATTENTION! SUMNER POST, NO. 12, G.
A. R. The funeral of our late comrade,
George B. Jarrett. private Co. E. 4th Regt.,
Minnesota Vol. Inf.. will be held at Larch's
funeral parlors. East 6th and East Alder
streets, today (Tuesday). January 21. at
8:30 P. M. All old soldiers requested to at
tend. Interment Tacoma,
J W. OOILBEE, JOHN BARTON.
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2. I. O. O. P.
Every member who possibly can arrange to
be present at our meeting tomorrow (Wed
nesday) evening, Jan. 22, at 8 o'clock, should
do so. as business of utmost importance to
every member will be taken up for action.
R. OSVOLD, gee.
ROBINSON At the family residence. 680
Broadway, January 20, Hannah Mario
Robinson, aged 65 years. 8 months. 28
days beloved wife of James F. Robinson,
mother of Mrs. C. V. Littler. Albany. Or.;
R D. Robinson and Mrs. H. M. Hender
shot, of Portland, Or. Remains are at
Holman's funeral parlors. Announcement
of funeral later.
HEATLET In this city. January 20, at his
late residence, 351 W. Park St., James
Heatley, aged 67 years, 0 months. 25 days.
Remains are at the new parlors of J. P.
Flnley A Son. Montgomery and Fifth sts.
Funeral notice in a later issue.
SHANEDLING Aaron Shanedllng, aged 75
vears. Father of Lewis, Jacob, Maurice.
Miss Sophia Shanedllng and Mrs. Jacob
ROBERTSON Bud Robertson, at Santa
Ana, Cal.. Jan. 17, 1913. Body will be
.brought to Dundee, Oregon, for Interment.
Residence 70 East Gth St.
FELLNER January 20. John Fellner. aged
71 years. Remains at Dunning A Mc
Entee's 'parlors. Notice of funeral later.
sSs - KATIME& DAIIiX
BRFNXER In this city. January 10. at St.
Vincent's Hospital. Siva. Frances runner,
aged 47 years, beloved mother of Orval
T. Bninner. Funeral from Holman's fu
neral parlors at A. M. toilay (Tuea
dav). thenc to St. Franc ! Church. K&st
12th and East Pine sta Services at 0
A. M. Friends invitea. interment aiu
LEVINOKR In this city, January 10. at hie
late residence, iioi unwinrne kiiub.
Morris Levinger, ased years. FrienUi
invited to attend funeral services, which
will be held at the Portland Crematorium
todav (Tuesday), at II A. AL Remains are
at Holman s funeral parlors until A.
M. Take Bellwood car for 'Crematorium.
FAY January 20, at W46 E. L'Oth N., Grace
Fay, aged z years, o nionins. t, uays, uo
loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Fay.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral
services, which will be held from the above
residence today (Tuesday), January 21,
at lt:30 P. 34. Interment at fcsU Mary's
SHANEDt.lNG Aaron Shanedling:. aed
7." years. Father or L.ewia, jacoo. Aiauricc,
Miss Sophia ShnnedlinB and Mrs. Jacob
Brill. Funeral today (Tuesday) at 12 noon
from the residence, ii.i Tentn street, cor
ner Collese. Burial at Aliaval Sholom
t'pmeterv. Please omit flowers.
LAKE In this city, January Jtf, Mrs. Susan
Jane Lake, agen ,i yeara run era. iron
Holman s Funeral parlors at H A. M. to
day tXuesday). January I'l. thence to
Oresham, where funeral services will be
held at the Gresham Baptist Church at 'A
P. M. Friends invited.
FRESENGEH The funeral services of
Una, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrencw
FrtseiiKer. wilt bo held today (Tuesday)
at t P. M-, from the parlors of H. E.
Pease, at Lents. Interment st Alt. Scoit.
JARKKTX At the Good Samaritan Hospital.
January 1, George B. Jarrett, agt-d
yoars. The funeral services will be held
at Lerch's undertaking parlors. East bth
and Alder streets, today (Tuesday), at
3:30 P. M. Burial Tacoma. Wash.
PUN t HAL DIRECTOR!.
MR. KDWAKU HOLMAN, th. leading
luaerat director, Sill 1'b.lrd street, comer
bainion. Lady assistant. A loll. Main M.
1. P. FIN LEY SON,
Montgomery, at 1-llth 8t.
P. S. DINNINti, INC.
Eaat Side Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder St. Kast ii. B 253 '
MEMORIALS Portland Mamie works,
264 4th, opposite City Uutl. a,stab. 188&.
MONUMENTS Olto Schumann Marbla
Works. tatd and Pine sts. Kt 743.
DUN NINO & M'KNTEK, funeral directors,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. 'Lady at
tendant. Office of county loronor.
Z .. 1 1.' t t Vu ftt Kit2.S William, hil
Phone East 108, C 1008. . Lady attendant.
ERCH. undertaker, cor. Eas.t Alder and
Sixth-, East 781, B 1888. Lady attendant.
BKKWKa UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. Main 41SS, A 3il. Lady attendant.
I MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CONTAINING 3S ACRES.
A Portland's Only Modern Cemetery
' With Perpetual Care.
V one Mil. SouthMwt Lenta. v
A Permanent and picturesque, park
and lawn plan. Perpetual care with- A
" out .xtra charge. Prlcw moderata,
service excellent; every conv.nleno.
- in use. Including large, luxuriously a
" furnished rest rooms for visitors, J'
Reached by Mount Boott and Caa- V
A a,ro cars. Free auto service. Tabor A
1468. B 4111. Call tor Local 4L J
84000 SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, WIS.
PRICE WILL BE CUT
$50 PER DAY
FIRST-COMER GETS IT.
IT'S A BEAUTIFUL FIVK-ROOM BUN
GALOW, IN BEST RESTRICTED DIS
TRICT. WELL, BUILT AND ELEGANT
CUT $30 EACH DAY MUST GOt
The HARBOLT-WILSON COMPANY, Inc.
710-718 Lewi. Building.
Fourth and Oak.
Maraball 4200, A T188.
22d and Irving St.
Corner lot, 50x100, -with house rent
Ins for $40. Excellent site .for apart
ments or stores. Terms. N 672. Ora
If you have anything' for sale, rent,
exchange, or collections to make; call
We guarantee satisfaction. -
First Mortgages on Farm Property.
MORTGAGE COMPANY FOB
Head Office. The Hague, Netherlands.
Alnarrorth Building. Portland.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
We make loans on city and farm
property, at current rates.
219 Railway Exchange Bldg.
Edward E. Goudey
5 per cent on best business properties.
6 per cent and 7 per cent on other close
in business and residence securities.
CITY & FARM LOANS
$1000 and up at lowest rates,
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1416. MarahaU .
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN" E. CR0NAN,
003 Spalding; Bids. Portland, Or.
- Our Own Money at Current Rates.
WESTERS! BOND A MORTGAGES CO,
Commercial Club Bldg.. Portland. Or.
FARM LOANS ONLY
DEVEREAUX MORTGAGE COMPANY.
lOOS Spalding Building. Portland. Oregon
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS
COLLIS, BERRIDGE THOMPSON.
3S4 Worcester Block. Phone Slain ttoUI.