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THE MORXIXG OREGONLO. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913.
RIVER PARADE TO
BE 3 MILES LONG
Herald in Hydroaeroplane Will
Trumpet Advance of King
of Rose Festival.
CRBISER CANNON TO BOOM
Two Salutes or 21 Guns Will An
nounce Arrival In Portland Har
bor of Ilex Oregonus -Row-ins:
lo Bo Prohibited.
Now thnt tbt election Is over very
body la beginning; to talk about the
Hope rsllval. The opening of the
annual ovent promlres to far exceed
anything heretofore attempted. Next
aVIonday, at noon. His Majesty. Rex
Orcscnus. King of the Festival, win
Irrlve on his royal r-Rrtfe. Sea Otter,
from his home In the sea. A brilliant
i Iver pageant will meet and escort the
monarch to thb city. I'pon his ar-s-lvr.l
he will he met at the Stark -Atroet
landlnpr and aacou laj by the
Hose !"eatlv:il officials and the Royal
Roearisns t" the City Hall, where he
will be received by Mayor Rushlight
and handed the golden keys of the
The herald for the pageant, and also
the lcador of the parade, will be .a
nydroaeroplane type, built and pllotep
by F. A. Rulllngton. a Portland me
chanical enslheer. A herald on this
craft will trumpet the advance of Rex
regonua. The machine will then turn
hack to the body of the water craft
and lead the way to the landing.
The river parade will be fully three
miles In lenertli and will consist of two
Notices have been mailed to the
canoe and boat houses warning them
of the danger of allowing Inexperi
enced people to rent boats and canoes
during the hour of the marine parade.
Instructions have been issued by
the County Commissioners and the O.
"W. R. N. Company to all bridge tend
ers to keep all the bridges open while
the parade Is passing. The opening
will occur about 11:45 A. M. and con
tinue until about 12:S0 P. M. The
public therefore Is requested to ar
The flagship will fire 21 heavy
bombs into the air as she passes the
city and the United States ship Boston
will fire a salute of 21 guns, all in
honor of the Festival King.
The United States Government offi
cials have issued strict instructions to
their men to keep the whole river,
between the Portland Flouring Mills
and Ross Island free of all craft, in
cluding canoes and motor boats, be
tween 11:30 A. M. and 12:20 P. M. on
Monday. Any violation or disregard
of officers' ordera will result in ar
rest and heavy fine. The reason for
the strict enforcement of Government
orders is the great danger to inex
perienced persons on the river In
motor boats, row boats and canoes
while the vessels In the parade are
passing and repassing.
If TVT)RITIS OF AUTOS COM1XG
Motorists to Drive to Rose Festival
FYom All IMrectlons.
This year, for the first time, overland
touring to Portland for the Rose Fes
tival will be general, and from all di
rections. A party of six cars is now en
route from Los Angeles, and will be
Joined at Sacramento and Stockton by
other touring parties, rounded up
through the San Joaquin Valley, several
starting from Fresno and Merced. The
Southwestern Washington Develop
ment League will be represented by
more than 100 automobiles, recruited
from Centralla. Chehalls. Hoquiam,
Aberdeen. Cosmopolls and the entire
Gray's Harbor country. This overland
motoring party from the North will be
augmented by cars from Seattle, Ta
.(na. Everett and Bellingham. The
Montamara Festo at Tacoma. the Gold
en Potlatch at Seattle and the Mount
Raker Marathon at Hellingham are each
figuring on having a number of tour
ing cars In the automobile parade,
elaborately decorated In floral designs.
Word was received last night from
".Hm" Shoemaker from Glacier National
Park that he had rounded up the Black
feet warriors, who are to be one of the
special features of the Rose Festival,
nnd that they would leave for Portland
tomorrow night or Sunday morning, ar
riving here In full time for the opening
festivities on Monday.
WARSHTPS WIT.I. START TODAY
'miser St. I ui- Ready to Sail for
SEATTLE, Wash., June 5. (Special.)
The cruiser St. Louis will leave the
Navy-yard in Puget Sound tomorrow
at 10 o'clock for Portland, to be there
during the Rose Carnival.
Following the Festival the Oregon
Naval Militia will be taken on a' cruise
to San Francisco, leaving Portland June
15 and returning June 25. The cruiser
then will return to the Navy-yard.
Lieutenant Walter Whitehead is in
DANCES CLOSE ROSE SHOW
second Annual Exhibit at Peninsula
Park Marked 'Success.
The second annual Peninsula rose
show held in Peninsula Park under the
auspices of the North Portland Wom
en's Auxiliary came to a close last
night with pleasing exercises given on
the lawn by schoolchildren and folk
dances by the Jefferson High School
girls. About 8000 people, witnessed the
First came a wand drill of boys and
girls. Then followed a ribbon drill and
.lance of young girls; next the rose
lance by girls from Ockley Green
School. Professor Robert Ivrohn con
ducted an exhibition of physical culture
exercises. The folk dances by the
high school girls closed the out-of-door
Afterwards roses were freely gven
to all who wanted them. Under the
electric Illumination the roses were
seen to fine advantage.
All the roses came from the home
gardens on the Peninsula and the chil
dren who took part In the "human rose
bud" programme last night were from
the Peninsula schools.
Farm BooJc)teepiiir TJred .
SALEM, Or-, June 6. (Special.) 3
A. Bexell, daan of the Commercial de
par tin exit of the Oregon Agricultural
College, has been selected by the Na
tional Department of Agriculture to
prepare a aerie of lectures on "Book
Keeping for Farmers." It Is the inten
tlon to send the lectures to the farm
ers throughout the country with the
object of having them adopt a modern
system ox keeping boks.
China uses millions of pounds of old
newspapers, chief ly British, as wall paper
for houses ana cottages.
LUSTY YOTTN0STERS WHO WERE EXHIBITED IN "BETTER BABIES" CONTEST AT MULTNOMAH '
hi q mmm mw leh ui
SlLLTOTslnVORT JBfjL AUTO ROUTE FIXED
Baby Show at Multnomah UmW'
Proves Attractive. vLA
45. PHYSICIANS EXAMINERS jf
With Aid of Parents. Two Score of Ik
Nurses and Other Assistants Large '
Xumher of Lusty YoungsWrs
Arc Scored for Prize. IrL. ..JBjH
iTontlnued From Firs: I'agp. i SaMjir
32 and as healthy and happy as could
be. The skeptic who Is continually
talking race suicide would have had
a different view of life had he dropped
Into the. lobby of the big hotel during
that eugenics show.
Nude Boy Takes Airing.
One beautiful little youngster, after
getting all his clothes off, suddenly
broke away from his mother and ran
out into the hall. Round the mezzanine
floor he raced with a nurse in pursuiL
He laughed with glee as he eluded his
pursuers and made friends with
group olf guests. He wore only" his
birthday clothes and didn't care a rap.
He was Just a natural healthy child
a little Cupid out for a frolic In con
trast to him was a boy of Zy years.
who yelled and absolutely refused to
disrobe In public.
There were ever so many amusing
Incidents connected with the show, but
the principal point to be noted was
that the babies were sound, well built
and keen of intellect, and, besides,
were nearly all handsome, according
to the latest standard of beauty, which
means clear skin, bright eyes and a
general appearance of good health.
Beauty at a modern baby show is not
judged by the old-fashioned standard
at all, but as these modern babies are
so sensibly fed, are put to sleep In the
open air or in clean, dry rooms and
given a good start In life, they can
hold their own as to looks.
O. M. Plnmmer Grves Help.
rr, Mary V. Madlgan, chairman of
the eugenics committee, has had direct
supervision of the baby contest and
has been ably assisted by many lead
ing' doctors, who volunteered their
services. The officers of the duo who
originated the idea of having this won
derful conclave or little folks are:
President, Mrs. Prank Nichols; vice
president, Mrs. "W. J. Ham; treasurer,
Mrs. P. M. Shattuck ; secretary, Mrs.
James Wilkinson ; assistant secretary,
Mrs. W. A. Palmer. The committee had
as an adviser O. M. Plummer, who is
an authority on eugenics.
Among the physicians who gave of
their time and skill were: Drs. C. R.
McClure, George E. Storey, Joseph Bll
derbach, K. J. Labbe. W. M. Campbell,
Oscar re Vaul, Scott. P. J, Wiley,
George Parrish. Norman Pease, Mac
Laren, K. C. M anion, Mary Evans, R.
Q. Hall, C. Rybkc. J. A. Gilbert, Roberg,
W. H. Skene, M. B. Marcellus, Earl
Smith. Richard Smith, K. P. Gray,
Theodore Fessler, Roberts. W. Spencer,
Spurrier, Mary MacLachlan, D. H.
Rand. Mae H. Cardwell, A. Tilser. John
McCollom, Klllingsworth. Hayes, W. A.
Shea. A. . Creadlck, Ralph Fenton,
Sard Wlest and Gertrude French. Miss
Blckel assisted and George S. Shep
herd made a record In measuring the
babies. Nearly all the babies entered
were Portlanders. Those of German
(1) Helen Thereati Olnesa and Arthur
Lawrence O I dchh. u Sidney I. Ge.
vurtx. (.'it ThoniaM Jefferson Baldwin
Kelson. (4)' Virginia William and
Hazel Berry. (1) Margaret iortns.
parentage were numerous and their
score caids show that they register
well. One out-of-town contestant is
little 1 -year-old Maxlne Lolita Fig
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Figman of the "Fine Feathers" Com
pany. "Movies" Are Taken.
Among those snapped by the pho
tographer at the entrance of the ho
tel were Thomas Jefferson Baldwin
Kelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kel
son; Sidney I. Gevurtz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Gevurtz; Arthur Lawrence
Olness and his sister, Helen Theresa
Olness. children of Mrs. N. Olness.
Margaret Norton stood right up on the
window seat and Virginia Williams,
Hazel Berry, Margaret Thompson, Oli
ver Dix Perkins and Margaret Thomp
son posed on a table. The moving-picture
man was there, too, and so lots
of the youngsters were photographed.
Awarding of the prizes will be a big
undertaking, as the scores will all have
to be carefully inspected. A $25 silver
cup will be presented for the child
receiving the highest score, and the
two next, a boy and a girl, will be
given free trips to Salem and return
and all will be entered in the contest
at the State Fair.
FRANK MURRAY SENTENCED
"Grillroom Hero" Must Make Resti
tution to Girl He Robbed.
Frank Murray, " who was brought
back from Denver, Colo., to answer
charge of stealing a valuable diamond
ring from Emma C. CHne, telephone
girl at the Bowers' Hotel, pleaded
guilty before Judge Kavanaugh yes
terday and was given three years in
the penitentiary and a parole. The
parole is conditioned on his redeeming
the ring from a pawnshop and return
lng it to the girl and the payment of
all the expenses of his prosecution.
In Murray's behalf it was shown by
his attorney, John P. Logan, that his
record during several years' service in
the United States Navy was unusually
good. To use Mr. .Logan's own ex
pression Murray became a "grill room
hero after inheriting J10.000 in Den
ver a few years ago.
Idaho Postmasters Confirmed.
flRERONIAX XEWS BUREAU. Wash
inctnn .limp S. The Senate todav con
firmed Frank A. Miller as postmaster
at St. Anthony, laano, and L. A. v lse
ner postmaster at Grangeville.
Judges for Big Motor Parade
to Be Named Today.
HUNDREDS TO BE IN LINE
Record Xiimber of Contestants for
Decoration Prizes Expected to
Enter Horseless Pageant
During Rose Festival.
Judges for the automobile parade,
which will feature Wednesday. of the
Rose Festival, will be named today.
At a meeting of the parade commit
tee, headed by C. J. Cook, general
chairman, last night at the Commercial
Club, the names of several prominent
men and women were suggested.
-Marking a departure in the rule of
selecting the winners, three sets of
judges will give out tile prizes this
year. One set of three officials will
award prizes for the electric cars and
runabouts, another trio will name the
winners in trie touring ear division
and a like number will make the se
lection in the clubs and organizations
Route of the parade was decided
on last night. This year the mam
moth pageant will form at Park and
Harrison streets, winding north to
the heart of the commercial district
and eventually crossing the Madison
street bridge, for the East Side. The
route of the parade follows:
Forming at West Park and Morrison, it
will move south to Columbia, west to
Twelfth, north to Taylor, west to Thir
teenth, north to Morrison, east to Fifth,
north to Washington, west to Broad
way, north to Pine, east to Fourth,
south to Madison, east to Grand ave
nue, north to Burnside, west to Third,
south to Pine, west to Fifth, south to
Morrison, west to Broadway, south on
Broadway and disband.
Virtually all the prominent organ
izations of the city will be represented
In the parade. The fact that the
pageant is to be handled entirely by a
a committee representing the Portland
Automobile Club has influenced a large
number of Individuals and clubs in
making entry. In no possible way can
favoritism be shown in the awarding of
prizes, for officials of the club. Rose
Festival Association, parade committee
or their relatives are ineligible to
More than $500 has been expended in
the purchase of cups for the prize win
ners. Three trophies will be awarded
in each division, each being of ster
ling silver and handsome in design. The
tfups now are on exhibition in the Mor
rison street side of the Meier & Frank
An important feature of the parade
will be found in the clubs and organiza
tions division. In this class will be
one of the big sight-seeing automobiles
filled with 50 children forming a chorus
the like of which has never been heard
in a public parade here. These half
hundred children are trained to sing
together and are expected to be one of
the popular attractions of the parade
The parade committee confidently ex
pects that this year will see the larg
est number of decorated machines that
have ever entered a parade In the
Northwest. From present prospects, it
looks as If last year's number will be
doubled. There will be more than 200
cars in the clubs and organizations divi
sion alone, according to the forecast
made by P. A. Combs, chairman of the
subcommittee handling this class.
ACCORDION PLEATING .
K. Stephan. accordion, side pleating, button
I'Ovtjrea. gooae suongea. , aioci . ja- --
ASSAVEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICt Laboratory
and ore-testing work. 1SG Morrison az
Vk KLLS A. CO., mining engineers, cnemiats
and assaytrs. 204 Washington sr..
SARQENT & SWOPE, !US Cham, of Com.
Ret.: Merchants . .... an .v 'inorap-
aon. Bankers, and lorr H. Keatey A Co.
AUTO BED AND TOPS.
AC TO grocery and express bed and tops
made to oiaer; reasonable price. rnon
P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways, toot Abtrnetny at.
NOKTHWEST Rl"(j CO. Rugs from old
carpets, rag rugs, i3 union ave.
THE 1RWIN-HOOSON COMPANY.
02 5th st. phones Main ;tl2 and A UM
William. Esrelle anu Dewafle Deveny, the
only cnlropoalsis in tbc city.
Parlors. 302 Gerli:ier blag., S. W. corner
2d and Alaer. Phone Main 1301.
CiliRoi-ODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
nii. unices, i i- neaner utag. uii.
DR. M. H. M'MAHON, 121 4th. delivers the
goous ar X'.-j a month; slu.uuo equipment,
board, room and treatment, :;8.7ft.
Dr. Lehman, 317 Ablngton bldg., has no 110.-
kji equipment; sio a week; expert wo i k.
COAL AND WOOD.
EDELFSEN FUEL CO.. East 303. C 2303. for
slab wood not watersoaked. j
for Summer orders
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 179tt.
o collection, no charge.
CONTRACTORS AND BllLDERv.
KULLBESO fc BECKMAN, repairing of all
Kinds neatly none at moderate prices; set
our estimates. 171 13th st. South. Phono
A 4;o5. Main 9451.
PROF. WAL. WILSON'd Dancing School
oummei- uaricing lessons, lioc ; waltz,
"twostep," etc.; guarantee to teach any
body who walks how to dance; failure
Impossible. 83 14 3th st. Phone Main 7637.
HEATH'S Dancing Schools, 109 2d St.. bet.
wasn. ana nan sts.. arid A iskv bide.
3d and Morrison bis. Lessons dally, waltx
and twostep guaranteed In four lessons.
Class Friday evening. 8 to 10. at lOfl 2d.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING SCHOOL
ACADEMY Parisian Scientific Dressmaking
ana lanoring; u acners wanted. 3S4 , Mor.
VALENTINE'S system ladles' tailoring.
dressmaking taught. 152 Grand ave.
EOTSFORU ADV. CO.. Board ur Trade bids.
KAYE Adv. Co.. Inc.. Commonwealth bid.
V.HIVH.II ul IMPLEMENTS.
Mitchell, Lewis & titaver Co.. Morrison & 2d.
JOHN UEERE FLOW CO.. Morrison a d.
K. M. WADE & Co., 322-2tf Hawthorne ave.
AKCIIITECTTJKAL WIRE AND IKON WU
Portland W ire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
ALTO AND Bl'uUY TOPS.
DCBKUI1.LE BL'GGY TOP CO., 20O 2d at.
Mitchell. Lewis is staver Co., E. Mor. & 2d.
HOWARD Automobile Co.. 14 and Davis.
N. W. AUTO CO, 617 Wash. Rco, Hudson
AUTO LAMPS AND RADIATOR
PORTLAND At 1U LAMP CO., MO Alder St.
B ALLOC & WK1GH1', 7th and oak.
ISA .l. t'lUSf.'KJSU AT HOME.
Haggage & umnluuri Transfer, & Ia is.
BA KBBi & CONI'KCTION'KilS' bUTFUU
GKAV, M'LEA.N & PERCY, 4th aud Ultuii.
l.ewla-Stengcr Uarbr Supply Co. 10th & Mor.
UllKUUN BARBEh 3Uf fL,Y CO.. 7 6th t.
Brunpwlok-Balke-Oollender Co., 48 Fifth at.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES SITPL1ES,
M. l.I.Ol : & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak.
POPE F. F. Kcenan Co.. 1U0 4th at.
BICYCLES ANIi at'PFLIKS,
DAYTON CYCLE CO., 47 Ash at.
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES.
Bruns wick -Balke -Col lender Co., 40 Fifth at.
BREAD BAKE HE.
Royal Bakery A Conf., Inc., lltb and Everett.
HENRY WEINHARD, lath and Burnalde.
J. N. MATSCHEK CANDY CO., 270 First St.
COFl'MAN'S CANDY CO., 43 Front street.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING.
N. & S. WEINSTEIN, 5-7 N. 1st. Mar. 1856.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
T. Crowe & CO.. 45 Fourth at.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SrlCES.
CLOSSETT & DEVERS. 1-11 N. Front at
BOYD TEA CO.. I'OS Salmon st.
DAIRY AND CREAMERY 8UPPLIES.
Monroe & Crlssel, 1-6 Front. M. 640, A 542V.
Clarke-Woodward Drug Co., Alder at W. Park
Blumauer-Frank Drug Co., Park and Kverett
NEW STRUCTURE OPEN
BROADWAY BriliDIXG LAUDED
BY VISITING Ht XDREDS.
R. M. Gray, Clothier, Takes Long
Lease on Vropcrty, Installing
Store on Lower Kloors.
Portland's newest office structure t
be completed is the Broadway building
at the northwest corner of MorrisSn
street and Broadway. The building is
10 stories high and is of reinforced con
crete, fireproof construction. The ex
terior is of white pressed brick. The
structure was built by the Multnomah
Security Company at a cost of $180,000
and has been leased for a long term by
R. M. Gray, the clothier. The building
occupies a 50xl00-foot lot, with a
frontage of 100 feet on Morrison street
and 50 feet on Broadway.
With the completion of the building
Mr. Gray has removed his clothes shop
to the new location. The store occu- ,
Dies the greater portion of the first
and second floors of the structure. The
floors above the second story are de
signed for office purposes.
Hundreds or people who attendee tne
opening of the new store Wednesday
were loud In their praise of the estab
lishment, declaring it o be among the
finest and most unique clothes shops in
The main floor of the store, which
Is devoted to the men's clothing depart
mept is a combination of mahogany,
oak and plate glass, the showcases be
ing of special design. The show win
dows are finished in gold and ivory,
with silk velour draperies and are an
attractive feature. The mezzanine
floor is used as a tailoring shop and
On the second floor is the women's
clothes department. The display-room
is finished In silver gray and the fix
ture are as complete as those on the
main floor. A large workshop adjoins
the display-room and "is provided with
every convenience for girl and women
"It has been the ambition of my life
to establish in Portland a clothes shop
second to none in America," said Mr.
Gray. "I visited all the leading stores
in the East and incorporated the best
Ideas of those places in this shop. The
store is so arranged that it has natural
light in every nook and corner and
every effort was made to provide for
the convenience of both patrons and
employes. The fixtures were installed
at a cost of $14,000."
Horticulturists Cut Sessions.
EUGENE. Or., June 5. (Special.)
The joint meeting of the State Horti
cultural Society and the Lane County
Horticultural Society, which was to
MOTORS, generators, bought, mold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co.. 31 First su North.
Phone Main 21U.
WE buy. sell, rent and exchange new and
second-hand motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works. 213 6th.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist. J lasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 418 Dekum bUlg.. 3d-Wash.
1'I KMTIRE HOSPITAL.
BOWERS & PARSONS. 100 2 Front. M. 7443.
Furniture Hospital. Packing and shipping.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY. 64-66 3d street.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned.
Best $2 Hat on earth for men.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
only Oregon fire insurance company.
LAN OSC APE GARDENING.
BETTER landscape and general gardening.
SWISS FLORAL CO..
East 530. C 1314.
PACIFIC Landscape Garden Company,
315 Rothchlld bldg. Phone Marchail
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
J. A. STROW BRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished loot, lsy Front st.
KING SCHOOL for the deaf and hard-of -hearing.
308 Central bldg.
HASTY Messenger Co. Day and night serv
ice. Phone Main 33, A 2133.
MUSICAL instruction, instrumental, vocal,
Summer course half price. Pelx Conserva
tory. 384 1, Morrison.
PIANO STUDIO Modern methods. 2G9 14th.
Main JS'J3. Arrangements for pr&ctlce.
EM1L TH1ELHORN'. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 323 Flledner bid. A 4160. Mar. 16J9.
Dr. Grover, specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 7t3 Ort gonlan bd. M. 3142
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 415-HJ-17 Dekum bldg.
Nervous and Chronic Diseases.
Phone, office M. 349; res.. East or B 102S.
PAINTING AN D PA PERH ANG1NG.
W. M- SMITH & CO., 539 Williams Con
tracting, wallpaper. tinting, painting;
prices iow; work guaranteed.
PAINllXi AND rAl'ERING.
TINTING." 2.30 and up; wallpaper, 5c and
up. E. T. Crane, the practical painter, ltJS
loth, near Morrison st. iam
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
olTice near a ana lornsts. Mum 34S9.
R. C. WRIGHT. 22 years' practice. U. S. and
foreign paten ts. ouu ueKum P 1 ag.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
I WESTERN Tool & Die Works. 300 Pine sc.
FLEISCHNER-MAYBK Ac CO., 207 Ash St.
STt'BBS ELECTRICAL CO.. Oth and Pine m
FIREPROOF WINDOWS AND DOORS.
J. C. BAYER. Front and Market sts.
FISH. OYSTERS & ICE.
MALARK:Y & CO.. Inc.. Front SL
CROWN MILLS. Board of Trade bids.
1 1 liNACK-WABM ALB.
BAYEK, Front and Market ata.
Albcrs Bros. .Milling Co.. front and Marshall
KERR, G1FKORD & CO., Lewis bldg.
BAl-r'ttK-UL'THBlE Ai CO.. Board ot Trade
H. M. HOUSE R. Board ot 1 rade.
NORTHERN GRAIN & WMSE. CO.. Br. Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO., Botrd of Trade
ALLEN & LEWIS tEst. Ibol).
WADHAMS dt CO.. 09-75 4th
46 N. Front.
HATH AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO., 5a-55 front at.
J. H. Klosterinan & Co.. leading- hay dealers.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND FURs!
KAHN 13 HQS.. 11 Front St.
FIRS, PELTS, WOOL, TALLOW.
F. NORTON CO.. 53-55 Front et-
M'NEFF BROTHERS, 614 Worcester
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
Eaat od and Burnalde sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON
Complete Stock of
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY ILL. 14! ad.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTS! .'HE BROS.. 304 Pine at.
CHAS. L. JIAST1CK & CO.. 74 Front. Leath
er of every description, taps, mfr. findings.
Balfour. Guthrie & Co., Board of Trade.
F. B. MALLORY & CO.. 231 Pine St.
Loggers & Contractors' Mach. Co.. 71 5th St.
FRANKLIN & CO.. 132 Front St.
have been held tomorrow and Saturday,
will be crowded into two busy sessions
on th latter day, because of the dif
ficulty some frultmen have In getting
away to attend the meetings.
Cottage Grove Teamster Hurt.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or., June 5.
(Special.) Bert Nichols was injured
when his team ran away with him yes
terday while he was working on the
Row River road. B;e was standing be
tween the horses and the wagon pry
ing up the scantlings that form the
bottom of the wagon to empty a load
when the horses took fright at a ve
hicle which passed. He was caught by
the wagon, dragged 40 feet and ren
DAILY MKTEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, May 5. Maximum temper
aturt'. 72.5 degree.,, minimum, 47 aegrees.
River reading, 8 A. M., feet; change in
last 24 hour. .0 foot rlae. Total rainfall (5
P. M. to fj P. M-), none: total rainfall since
September 1. 11)12, i4.34 Inches; normal rain
fall since September 1. 42.40 inches; defi
ciency of rainf s II since September 1, 11)12.
8.12 inches. Total sunshine, 15 hours 11
minutes; possible sunshine, 15 hours 36 min
utes. Barometer (reduced to sea levelj at 5
P. M.. :t0 lnchee.
Km:--a- City ....
Los Angeles . . . .
New Orleans ...
North Head . . .
72!O.001 8'N jClear
8jl0.OO 8 W Cloudy
72IO.00 12 SW Pt cloudy
7S O.W'ls SE Pt. cloudy
60 0. 1 12 NE Cloudy
5tflO.OOll4 NW. Clear
0.0O12 S Clear
7 - 12 NW Clear
810.00 12 SE Cloudy
86 0.72 14 Pt. cloudy
79IO.OO! 4'S Pt. cloudy
ftS'0.00 63W Cloudy
62 0.01 12 NW Clear
v.. 1,. n - NW 'lear
72 o.ovn; sw !pt. cloudy
o 0.00 10 XAV Cloudy
76 0.O'12SE 'Clear
54'0.06 :t0 NW'Clear
76 U.00 fi NW Clear
D.nHUtnn ' RO ft . OA' 4lW
Phrenlx I 961O.O0; 41 W C
pocatello f 78 0 .00 12 SE C
Portland i"2.5 O.OO 10'NWiC
Roseburg 700.00 SN
Walla W ilia . .
800.00 8'S Clear
88,0.26 4 SE ;pt. cloudy
4,u. VUH4.M w ,Jlear
i S0j0.OO:i2 S Pt. cloud?
1 SSO.OO'lSW (Clear
74,0. OtM 4 E Pt. cloudy
I 660,001 8'N IClear
--.t; u. uu 12 W 'l.-ar
T8 0.0O 4 E 'Clear
I 7S0.O0! 4 NE 'Clear
'Jl O.00! 4W Cloudy
I 80-0.00 4 S Clear
A moderate high-pressure area overlies
tne North Pacific states, and the high-pressure
area yesterday over the Lakes region
has advanced eastward to the New England
state?.. A small disturbance Is central over
Minnesota. Showeres and thundsr storms
have occurred In Northern Nevada, Utah,
Southeastern Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming.
PATENT ATTO RNEY SJ
ia:ents procured by J. K. Mock, attornev -at-law,
late of the U. S. Patent Office.
Booklet tree. 1010 Board of Trade bldg.
Nickel plating, polishing, enameling. Ore
gon Plating Works. ltith-Alder. M 357.
REEK1G ERATOKS AND ICE BOXES.
Built to order, any slxe, ST. SO up. P. c. Bed
Co., 64 Union ave, Sou m. Phones East ....
Ill liBER ST. AMI'S, SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP W O RKS.
231 Wash. st. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
92 5th st. Phones Main 313, A 1234.
makes, factory prices; second-
up; machines renteu ana
paired. Main 9131
SHOWCASES, BANIv & STORE FIXTURES,
WESTERN FIX. & SHOWCASE CO-.lOth
id Davltv Showcases to order and in stock.
THE LUTKE MFG. CO.7 branch Grand Rap
ids; Showcase Co., 6tU and Hoyj. it. Lutke,
MARSHALL MFG. CO.. 4th and Couch; new
ana old window dmpiay and cabluet work.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER,
PORTLAND Van fc Storage Co.. cor. 13th
and Kearney sts., just completed new fire
proof warehouse lor household effects,
pianos and automobiles contains separate
lire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-beated
piano room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipments, vans for mov
ing; reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in through cars.
Main 5640. All departments.
'. O. PICK Transfer A, Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4 -story brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
for valuables; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sis.;
pianos and furniture moved and packed
lor shipment, special rates mtade on goods
In our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 596, A 296.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan sL.
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
General transfer and forwarding agents.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in the city.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
General transferring and storage, safes,
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. 8? -Si) Front st. Telephone
Main -17 or A 2247.
Ho TO S35 will buy a REBUILT TYPE
WRITER; rebuilt as good as new; ait
makes to choose from at Gill's, 3d and
Alder; terms to suit; every macnine guar
anteed. Call or phone for representative.
Main 8300 or A 606S.
WE are the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on the Coast; Investigate ;
all makes, all prices. The Typewriter
Exchange, 33 1 Washington St.
NEW rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C. Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mis. Co., S3 fifth
& CO.. 5th and Oak.
BROS.. Morrison and 7th sts.
B. O. CASE
MOTORCYCLE 1HV1 R1BLTORS.
THOR m UL LUXE. APEX. CO.. 14 lth SU
NOTION'S AND FANCY UOODS.
MILLKIt Si.MiNU'iuN'. Calhoun Cu.. 40 41h.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire Ifc iron U orka, Ud & Columbia
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASMUS.-? EN at CO., jobbers, paints, oils,
glass, susli and doors. Cor. I'd and Taylor.
W. P. t'l 1.1, fc.it Cu I'Jlh and Davis.
aOHIiKR & CHASE. 315 Washington at.,
manufacturers and wholesale dealers.
PAINTS AND WALL PAI'ER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 186 First st.
PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES.
BASS-H LETTER PAINT CO.. 181-186 :d at-
PICKLES AND VINEGAR.
KNIGHT PACKING CO.. 474 East Alder.
PIPE, PIPE I'll TINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PLl'MBING AND STEAM "sTppLIEsT
AI. L. KLINE. S4-S0 Front st.
M. BARUE ,v SONS. Front st
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
KOl'E AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., I4th and Northrup.
POST CARDS AND NOVELTIES.
Louis schelner, SU N. 6lh St.. Portland. Or.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny st.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
50 cheaper than elaewhere. 24 Union ave.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front at.
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co.. 172 1st at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d SL
WINES AND LIQUORS.
JOHN ECKLUND. 123-125 Flrat St.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d & Columbia.
South Dakota and In portions of the upper
M Ississlppl Valley and upper Lakes region.
It Is cooler along the -east slope of the
northehrn Rocky Mountains and slightly
warmer In Idaho.
The river at Portland at 6 P. M. was
foet above the zero of the gauge, which la
rt!e or two-tenths ot a loot in tne last
The condition are favorable for fair and
warmer weather In thia district Friday.
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
Oregon and Washington Fair and warm
er: northerly winds.
Idaho Fair, except probably showers
southeast portion; warmer north and south
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munity MUST use the news
papers. No other advertising medium
can do the work as well or as
A recently printed article by
a firm of widespread reputation
said in relation to newspaper
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It permits you to reach
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It enables you to adapt
your advertising to any cli
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ally, and, further, enables
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out heavy expenditure of
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in its class.
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