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USE OF BIBLE URGED
Rev. L. K. Richardson Criti
cises Action of School Board.
NOTED AUTHORITIES CITED
Clergyman Declares It Is Inconsis
tent to Spend Money for Schools
and Jails While Denying
Reading of Scriptures.
The question as to whether or not
the Bible shouiti be read in the public
schools of Portland was revived by
Rev. L. K. Richardson, pastor of the
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church, in his
sermon last night, in which he disputed
the wisdom of the decision of the
School Board in regard to the matter.
"The true educator has a right to de
mand that the Board of Education re
consider its vote and help the children
to be nobler American citizens," he de
clared. "I am not alone in saying that a
grave mistake has been made. Some
of the world's greatest educators, and
not merely the sentiments of the so
called minority to which a member of
the opposition referred, have fought for
the retention or introduction of the
Bible in the common schools."
Mr. Richardson urged the literary
merits of the Bible and said that Presi
dent Butler, of the Columbia University,
Ex-President Gilmore. of Johns Hop
kins, and other prominent educators
had pleaded for the reading of the
Bible publicly on these grounds. Sec
ondly, he held that the moral value of
the Bible makes it advisable to have it
placed before every pupU in the com
Such an influence is needed," he
said. "A selfish materialism threatens
to undermine the National life. It Is
the duty of our schools not to turn out
merely living encyclopedias or good
fellows, but good citisens. Our public
money is wasted, our magnificent High
Schools erected in vain, unless charac
ter as well as mind is strengthened.
"What are our local educators afraid
of? Sectarianism will not be empha
sised, as no comments will be made.
We will never get better social condi
tions until we get better people. The
Bible makes child-life better. How in
consistent to spend the people's money
In reform schools and Jails, and to sti
fle an influence for good that can be
fairly applied. Some so-called liberals
fought against the Bible resolution, but
oftentimes we find that our 'liberals'
are. after all, the most bigoted."
Photo -Play Notes
atibe an baffling mysterv pre
O dominates in "The Blood Red Tape
of Charity," whlcn drew tremendous
crowds to the Peoples Theater yester
day. Edwin August not only plays the
i . v. n A XI u r If a MnHAITIAn thief.
JCAU liinfc -- .- c
but he is also the author of the sce
-1 : ... 1 K wVilfh Vfa t-V fx
connected has its secret headquarters
in a nouse in mt siums. occuincu uj
the family of a laborer who has been
seriously injured. Through his inabil
ity to work the family haa been re
duced to poverty and has applied to
organized charity for aid. The red
tape through which the applicants are
; made to go disgusts the society crook,
who has foresworn his evil ways. When
he, however, realizes the abject need
of this poor family he resolves to turn
one last trick and devote the proceeds
to alleviating their needs. The coup
is pulled off at a charity ball. There
upon Marks, having resolved to reform,
'delivers himself over to the legal au
thorities to expiate his crimes.
"The Blood Red Tape of Charity" is
in two regular dramatic acts and occu
pies 40 minutes. "A Woman's Strata
gem" tells the story of Wall street
treachery and its defeat by a clever
woman. Two laughable comedies con
clude the pictorial part of the pro
Max Donner. a violinist of rare skill,
was provided as the supreme musical
attraction. He plays In a manner that
absolutely reaches the heart.
Arcade and Star.
t (f APT AIM BILLY'S MATE," a two-
V part sea story, was the feature
at the Arcade Theater. It discloses a
gripping plot, skilful direction, splen
did photography and wholesome humor.
The plot deals with a scion of society,
who, after a spree, was shanghaied
into service on a sailing vessel. The
captain has a pretty daughter, who ob
jects to the drunken attention of the
mate. After the young society boy
gets over his spree, he becomes quite
a 'man. breaks up a conspiracy on the
part of a crew of mutineers, rescues
the ship, saves the captain and, in the
end. marries the girl.
"For the Sins of Another" presents
an excellent and novel drama. "Why
Aunt Jane Never Married" combines
delicate humor and pathos In an en
tirely satisfactory manner, while a
well-chosen musical act rounded out
a most attractive entertainment.
"Rob Roy," a three-act photoplay,
was the Star's exclusive feature. "Rob
Roy" Is by Sir Walter Scott and has
In it much quaint humor. Rob Roy
was not only brave and heroic but
he possessed a sense of humor and
realized the comic side of life in a
manner that is reflected throughout
the entire production. Although he
knew how to play, he wielded a lusty
sword, which was used in the cause
' of his friends upon the slightest prov
ocation. "Blnks and the Artist's Mod
els." a rapid-fire comedy, proved a gen
uine laugh-getter, while "Jolly Jinks
by Hy Mayer" proved to be the best
of the cartoon series. The Star's pa
trons were treated to the first and
only appearance in this city of Pat
O'Reilly, the Blarney fiddler, in rendi
tions of old-time Irish melodies.
PATRONS of the Columbia were
treated to a splendid bill yesterday,
the new programme consisting of com
edy, drama, educational and scenic
films. The big hit of the bill, how
ever, was the Vitagraph two-reel
photo-play. entitled "Under the
Daisies." in which were featured Norma
Talmadge, Leo Delaney, Harry North
rup and other favorite actors of the
Vitagraph company. The production is
well staged, the films are clean-cut
and the acting is of the best.
It is a type of problem play, carry
ing a moral lesson that a man's mis
deeds will follow him and eventually
bring him punishment. The story con.
rerns a young theatrical critic who
wins the love of a pretty country girl
and deserts her. The girl, heartbroken,
returns to the farm and dies, but not
before she has written her life story.
A famous playwright secures posses
sion of the manucrlpt and puts the
story Into a play. The theatrical
critic Is sent to criticise the new play
and recognizes in it the' story of his
misdeeds. Filled with remorse, he
ends his life.
"Winning His Wife" is a clever
Lubln drama. Roy O. Dietrich. baTl
tone. and Karp's orchestra furnish the
CHARLES READE'S novels have
maintained their vitality and re
tained the interest of three genera
tions of readers. "Hard Cash" Is an
Intensely dramatic story and the Edi
son Company has followed its exciting
action with fidelity and made of it a
two-reel photoplay which is a remark
The battle upon the sea between the
ship of Captain Dodd and the pirate
vessel, the actions on each ship and
the final ramming, burning and sink
ing of the black craft are shown.
Another of the "Mary" series Is also
on the Globe programme. The ques
tion as to "Who will marry her?" Is
almost answered, but not quite; there
Is a slip at the last moment.
Two comedies, presenting all the
funny Biograph players, with Murray
as a prophet, complete the entertain
ment. The same programme will be
continued today and tomorrow.
BIBLE EXHIBIT BEIXG MADE AT
Y. 31. C. A.
Address Heard and Class Registra
tion Given Showing Portland
Leading In 1913 'With 1994.
Preparations for the opening of the
Winter courses in religious education
in the Portland T. M. C. A. were com
pleted yesterday with the Bible rally
and the opening to the public of the
"Bible exhibit" in the auditorium of the
Rev. C. C. Poling was the speaker,
urging the Intimate connection of the
Bible with nearly every branch of so
cial, educational and scientific develop
ment of the race, and maintaining that
not its moral value alone, but its many
other Important relations to the life of
humanity make it necessary for a man
to be familiar with it if he desires to
succeed. Secretary Stone gave a short
talk at the close of the meeting an
nouncing the Dlans for the course In
religious education and opening tho
exhibit Several hundred young men
examined the display and scores have
registered in the- course of religious
Pictures, charts, quotations from
prominent men of literature and sci
ence on the value of Bible study and
a display of rare volumes of the Bible
make up the exhibit. One chart indi
cates the leading position of the Port
land T. M. C. A. in this branch of edu
cational work, with a class registra
tion of 1994 last year, as compared with
Seattle's 1559, Cleveland's 1000 and i.os
Interesting among the other exhibits
are a copy of a Bible published in 1493
and a microscopic Bible, little larger of
page than a postage stamp and about
a quarter of an inch thick, in which
the whole text is fully printed and can
be read clearly tnrouph a magnifying
glass. The Bible exhibit will be open
to the public In the Y. M, C. A. during
the remainder or tne present wees.
NEW SCHOOL TO BE ASKED
District Between Vernon, Irvlngton
and Fernvrood "Wants House.
Residents of the district affected
plan to petition the Board of Education
for a new school at a point about mld-
wav between the present Vernon, irv
lngton and Fernwood schools. Such a
school. It Is said by those who are
urging tha petition, would give needed
school service to East Irvlngton, South
Alameda Park and a large section east
of that which Is becoming settled rap
idly. Citizens Interested In the movement
are asked to attend a meeting at the
Irvlngton Club tonight, when details of
the plan for obtaining signatures to the
petition will be arranged.
The steam schooner Yucatan, from
San Diego, left Astoria up at noon yes
terday. The new steamer Rosalie Mahony,
from San Francisco, arrived at Astoria
at 8:30 A. M. yesterday on her maiden
The San Francisco & Portland Steam
ship line's steamer Breakwater arrived
at the Alnsworth dock at 3:30 P. M.
yesterday from Coos Bay with a full
list of passengers and cargo.
The steam schooner Rochelle left
Astoria up at 8:30 A. M. yesterday.
The steamer Bear, of the San Fran
cisco & Portland Steamship line, left
San Francisco at 12:50 P. M. Saturday
for Portland with a full list of passen
gers and 1200 tons of freight.
The steamer Beaver, of the San Fran
cisco & Portland line, will leave Port
land for San Francisco with a full pas
senger list and a full cargo at 9 A. 21.
Keports From Vessels.
By Marconi Wireless.
Steamer Bear. San Francisco to Port
land, 82 miles from Columbia River at
8 P. M. September 28.
Steamer Atlas, Portland to San Fran
cisco, 443 miles north of San Francisco
at 8 P. M. September 28.
Steamer Uilonian, Hilo to San Fran
cisco, 602 miles from San Francisco at
8 P. JL September 27.
Steamer Nile, San Francisco to
Orient. 2100 miles from San Francisco
at 8 P. M. September 27.
Steamer Sonoma, San Francisco to
Sydney. 1447 miles from San Francisco
at 8 P. JL September 27.
Steamer Lansing, Honolulu to Port
San Luis, 370 miles from Port San Luis
at 8 P. M. September 27.
Steamer Wilhelmlna, San Francisco
to Honolulu, 1196 miles from San Fran
cisco at 8 P. M. September 27.
Movements of Vessels,
iatori. cnt 9ft wind southeast: weath.
er cloudy' with rain. Arrived at :30 and
left up at 7 A. M.. steamer Breakwater, from
Coos Bay. Arrlvea at a ana jeit up i
steamer Rochelle. from San Francisco, via
Coos Bav. Arrived at 8:30 and left up at
10-40 steamer Rosalie Mahoney. from San
FrancUco. Arrived at lo:30 and left up at
12 noon, steamer Yucatan, from San Fran
cisco. Left up at midnight, steamer Fran
cis H. Legett, from San Francisco. Sailed
at 1 P. M.. steamer John A. Hooper for
Gravs Harbor. Sailed at 4 A. II.. ateamer
Atlaa for San Franciaco. sailed at 6 A. M..
steamer Johan Poulsen. ateamer San Ra
mon, ateamer Paralso for San Francisco.
San Francisco, Sept. 2S. Sailed at 1
A. M., ateamer Roanoke lor San Pedro.
San Francisco. Sept. Z7. Sailed at S P. M.,
steamer Melville Dollar for Portland; steam
er Oliver Olwn, ateamer Northland for San
Pedro. Balled at S P. M.. steamer Ne
halem for Portland: steamer Arollne. from
Portland for San Pedro.
Astoria, sept. 28. German ship Harves
tude, from Santa Rosalia for Portland, off
the river In tow at 5 P. M.
Lob An (teles. Sept. 28. Arrived Edgar H.
Vance, from Columbia River; San Uafcrlel,
Lucy, from I'mpqut River.
Seattle, wash.. Sept. 2S. Sailed Steamers
Admiral Farragut, Queen Louise (British),
for San Francisco; Nebraskan. for Sallna
Crux, via San Francisco; Mexican, for Hono
lulu. San Francisco.- Sept. 28. Arrived Tenyo
Maru (Japanese), from Hongkong: ateamer
Harpathlan (Brltlah). from Norfolk: barge
93. from Seattle: s'eamer Multnomah, from
Astoria: steamer President, from Seattle.
Sailed Steamer Colusa, for Ancon; steamer
C'armel. for Graya Harbor.
In 1912 some 64 new Industrial en
terprises were founded In Spain, cap
italized at sums aggregating more than
K- 6TEPHAN, hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
ponged; mail orders. 3b3 Alder. M. t3i3.
ASSAYEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA. ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing works. 188 Morrison St.
Sargent (11. K.) and Swope (F. E-. general
practice. Kemoved to 415 Piatt bid.
References: Hartman & Thompson Bank.
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways, toot Abernethy t.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old
carpets, rag rugs. 1S8 E- 8th.
ORIENTAL HOUSE-CLEANING WORKS
Removes all dust from your home with
biKgest pneumatic cleaners. Main 6014, A
4523. 445 GUsan.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
02 6th st. Phones Main 812 and A 1254.
William. Estelle and Dewane Deveney, the
only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors, 802 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices 429 Flledner bldg. Main 3478.
DR. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazelwood. Mala 8713, A B129.
DR. M'MAHON, 121 4th St.. $10,000 modern
equipment; terms hi "trust" prices for
expert adjustment and baths. Main 20o.
Dr. Lehman. 81 Abington bldg., has no 10,
000 equipment; $10 a week; expert work.
COAL AND WOOD.
$9.50 WILL buy you the Hiawatha coal at
Edlefsen's. Mine Agent.
OAK and fir cordwood. Cannon coal. Mult
nomah Fuel Co. Main 5540. A 2116.
ALBINA FUEL CO.. for Summer orders,
green alabwood. .
KETH CO.. Worcester bids. Main 1786.
No collection, no charge.
PROF. Wal. Wilson School, lessona 2jC.
waits, two-step, three-step, stage dancing
taught, morning, afternoon and evening;
guarantee to teach anyone who walka how
to dance. 85 5th at., bet. Stark and
Oak ats. Phone Main 7637.
MR. AND MRS. HEATH'S Schools. Alisky
bldg 3d and Morrison ats., and 109 2d St.,
bet. Washington and Stark; lessons dally.
Waltz and two-step guaranteed in foul
lessons. Class Friday eve, at 109 2d at.
DREAMLAND ACADEMY, 23H4 Morrison.
Daily instruction. Classes Tues., FrL, Sat.,
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist. Glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casaeday, 418 Dekum bldg..3d&Waah.
MOTORS, generators bought. stld, rented
and repaired. We do all klnda of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co., 81 Firat st. North..
Phone Main 9210.
BOTSFORD ADV. CO.. Broadway bld.
Mitchell, Lewla & etaver Co., Morrison ata
ri. M. w AD b, at xaw..
Portland Wire & Iron Wka, 2d at ColumOia.
. r -ivi K r. u l ilt V THPH
DCBRTJ1LLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 2O0 2d
a rFniifDI L'al
Mitchell. Lewis A Staver Co., E. Mor. A
AUTO LA-MI'S AND KAD1ATOB
PORTLAND AUTO LAA1P CO.. 610 Alder st.
II TDUDHlLE SUPPLIES.
BALLOU oe w RIGHT, 7th and Oakata.
. . in . T- uniK
bauvaul tavMa r;..i
Baggage & Omnlbua Transfer, park at Davia
Le w la-stenger Barber Supply Co.. lUth-Mor.
' BAB .FIXTURES.
Bninawlck-Balke-Coliender Co.. 48 Fifth at.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES SUPPLIES.
BALLOU A WRIGHT, 7tb and Oak atreeta.
POPE F, P. Keenan Co., 190 4th atreet.
I ' I'D I I I.J
DAYTON CYCLE CO.. 247 Aah atreet.
'..,,,,. pnrKKT TABLES.
Brunswiok-Balke-Collender Co., 40 Fifth at.
Royal Bakery & Conf., inc., 11th and Everett
...... -.-...I . -1 . unTTI vna
HENRY WE1NHABD. 18th and Burnalde.
. . ...... . , . viTri -"i-w-i? na
COFFMAN S CANDY CO.. 43 Front street.
CASCARA BARK AND G RAPE ROOT.
KAHN jirtua.. ivi f ttufli
" CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe & Co., 40 f ourtn atreei..
CLOSSETT & DEVERS. 1-11 N. Front at..
. . v-T. s-x v A lirnv KITPPf.Ifr.&L
Monroe & Cr'lsell, 11' U Front. M. 640. A 64i9.
CLARKE-WOODWARD DRUG CO.. Alder
at Weat Park.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Sept. 28. Maximum temper
ature, 61.5 degrees; minimum, 55.6 degreea
River reading. 2 A. M., 4.3 feet; change in
last 24 hours, .4 foot fall. Total rainfall (5
P. M. to 5 P. M-), .60 Inch; total alnce Sep
tember 1, 1913. 2.57 lnchea; normal, 1.60
Inches; excess. .91 inch. Total sunshine,
none; possible. 11 hours, 51 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.,
tj t3 Wind ,
S 23 a .
3 H 5 3
g ; 1 5 Stataoi
STATIONS. E .,2 ? o Weather.
Des Moines . .
Kansas City ..
Los Angeles ..
Salt Lake ....
Washington . -
781 T. llONW'Rain
7s0.00 4;NWlPt. cloudy
SO ii.lKI Calm (Pt. cloudy
s o.ou s s
0.24 4 SE
fiS 0.CIB 4;S
7,0.(XP 4 E
84 0.00 6'N
64 0.34 4'S
70 0.301 O N
SB 0.00 6 SW lClear
6ti 0.721 4 W 'Pt. cloudy
R00.42I S NW.Raln
6i O.UU:2rt'SW Clear
M'.'0. 0211013 Cloudy
60 0.0O20S Clear
(Iti 0.3ll 4 NW CIoudy
eii0.v e'W iKain
o o.ooi 4;W
600.J0 . .
mi o.oo is sw
74 0.00 4 SW
75 0.tO10 NW
62 0.S0I 8 SW
7t T. 118'SW
82) T. ICalm
The Eastern high-pressure Held is rap
idly drifting out to aea oft the Middle At
lantic Coast and a moderate high-pressure
area Is speedlna inland over the North Pa
cific Slope. The British Columbia storm
has moved to Alberta and Saskatchewan
and low pressure obtalna over the basin,
Rocky Mountain and plains 'states. Missis
sippi Valley and western portion of the Lake
region. Light to moderately heavy rains
have fallen In Northern California, Oregon,
Washington, Colorado, the Central Plains
and West Gulf states and Lower Mississippi
Valley. The weather is decidedly cooler in
Oregon, Washington. California anq West
ern Canada and It is somewhat warmer in
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Southwest
ern Colorado. A maximum, wind velocity
of 52 miles an hour from the southeast oc
curred Saturday night at North Head.
Wash., but tho winds have decreased In
force along the North Pacific Coast and all
storm warnings were lowered at 7 A. M.
The conditiona are favorable for gener
ally fair weather Monday in thia district,
with rising temperatures In Interior western
portions of Oregon and Washington and
generaly .westerly winds.
Portland and vicinity Fair, with rising
temperature; westerly winds.
Oregon and Waahlngton Generally fair,
with rising temperatures Interior west por
WE buy, sell, rent and exchange new and
second-hand motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works. 218 6th.
HAVE your leather and other mattresses
made over In the new way: always in
shape and last a lifetime. Phone Tabor
1433. Folding Mattress Co.. 1104 Hawthorne
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, E. 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry worn.
BOWERS & PARSON'S, 100 Front. M. 7443.
Furniture hospital. Packing and shipping.
A. D. Moodle. 103 E. Water st. East 3s-6-Latest
Improved machinery for handling
heavy bodies. Brick buildings a specialty.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
J. A. STROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tabllshed 1858. 1S9 Front at.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
MASSAGE Ladles can have massage treat
ments given at their homes by an experi
enced masseuse from Montana Hot Springs.
Phone Mrs. Haydn. A 2629. 289 loth.
MATTRETsSEd made over and to order; re
upholstering of all kinds. Marshall 2S57.
MESSENGER . SERVICE.
HASTY Messenger Co. Day and aight
sen-Ice. Phone Main 53, A 2153.
PIANO STUDIO. 29 14th. Ph. Mn. 8893. Ar-
rangementi ior u,....... .......
EMIL TH1ELHORN, violin teacher, pupil
. ,i. . E-n.n..KiH A 111VI Mnr. 14129.
MUSIC SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Staff of teachers. Ore
gon Lonaertumry m wubiu
Dr. Grover. specialist In paralysis nervous.
chronic diseases. 708 Oregonlan bldg.M.3142
MUNSELL Optical Co., Quality glasses. 2d
floor N. W. bldg.. 327 V, Washington.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 415-16-17 Dekum bids.
Nervous and chronic diseases.
Phone, office. M. 348; res. East or B 1023.
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING.
FOR first-class papering, painting, tinting,
reasonable prices, call Main 6426.
U S AND FOREIGN patents obtained.
Peter Haberlln, 408 Chamber of Commerce,
Portland; Victor building, Washington,
Patents procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-law.
late of the U. S. Patent Office.
BOOK lei tree. ivio jjonm v. mv. " -
R C WRIGHT, 22 years" practice, U. S.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 3489.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
WESTERN Tool at Die Worka. 80 Pine at.
FLEISCHNER-MAYEK & CO.. i.07 Aah at.
... . .'Till' T UlTPDIlffl
Etubbs Electrical Co.. 6th and Pine ats.
FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEI A CO.. Inc., 149 Front atreet.
CROWN MILLS, Boaid of Trade bldg.
" (Train merchants.
Albera Broa. Milling Co., Front and MarahalL
BALFOCK-GCTHKIB & CO.. Board of Trade
H. M. HOUSER, Board of Trade bids
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHbjS. Co., Br. Td.
THE W. A. GORDON CO.. Board of Trada.
ALLEN & LEWIS liilsl. 1S01), 46 N. Front.
WADHAMS Ac CO., 09-75 4th at.
HA lit GOODS.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDQ.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAtJSEK HAT CO.. 63-S5 Front at.
J. H. Klosterman A Co., leading hay dealers.
HIDES, EL'RS, FELTS. WOOL, TALLOW.
TUB H. F. NORTON CO., 63-65 N. Front at.
HIDES. FELTS, WOOL AND Ft IAS.
KAUN BROS.. 191 Front at.
M'NEFF BROTHERS, 614 Worceater bldg.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East 3d and Bumaide ats.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IKON.
Complete Stock of
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTIC A CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO.. 149 8a.
F. B. MALLORt & CO., 231 Pine Bt-
tion; generally westerly winds.
Idaho Generally fair, with slight -temperature
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.
By a French Invention naphthaline
has been made available for automo
bile fuel, pipes conveying- hot exhaust
gases from a specially designed car
bureter, melting- the naphthaline.
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AUCTION SALE TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. 166-8 First st.
WILLAMETTE LODGE, NO. 2,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this Monday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Work in M.
M. degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. W. S. WEEKS, Sec
PORTLAND NEST. ORDER OF OWLS,
meet tonljght (Monday) 8:15 o'clock. Baker
Hall Killingsworth and Albina aves. New
members having signed applications will
Dlease be present.
V S. J. TRAVERSO, Sec
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES.
Built to order, any size, $7.50 up. C. P. Bed
Co.. 64 Union ave. South, phone East 24-t.
REPAIRING. carpentering. kalsomlnlng.
painting.etc: have that house lined up so
you can rent It. McKay. East.3bo6.
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
. . - . r.rr- . , Tl U'nBk'S
231 Wash. st. Phones Main 710 and A Z7IU.
B2 5th st. Phone Main 312. A 12o4.
SEWING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
New, all makes, factory prices, second
hand. $2 up; machines rented and re
palred. Main 9431. l'.H 3d, near Yamhill.
SHOWCASES, BANK & STORE FIXTURES.
THE LUTKE MFG. CO., branch Grand Rap.
Ida Showcase Co., 6th and Hoyt. R. Lutke,
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
and old window display and cabinet work.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts.. Just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects, pi
anos and automobiles; contains aeparate
tftre and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano room, trunk and rig vaults; track
age for carload shipments; vans or mov
ing reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in through cara
Main 5640, all departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4-atory brick warehouse,
aeparate iron rooma and fireproof vaults
for valuables; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.;
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main quo, a .o.
PORTLAND TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
Main 610. 206 Washington. A 1604.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. Special rates made on goods
to domestic and foreign porta Through
car service. Storage. Low Insurance.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 'illsan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A llb9.
. 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
transferrin?: and storage, safes, pianos and
furniture moved and packed for shipment.
Teams and auto vans for long-distance
moving. 87-89 Front st. Main f47 or A 2247.
EXPERT TRUSS FITTING at the Laue
Davis Drug Co., 3d and Yamhill.
Xlx to r.."i will buv a GUI rebuilt type
writer as good aa new; all makes to choose
from and worKmansnip guaranieeu; iwuia
to suit; catalogue mailed on request.
THE J. K. GILL COMPANY.
3d and Alder sts. Main 8500. A 6068.
WK aie the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on the Coast; Investigate;
all makes, all prices. The Typewriter
Exchange. 35H4 Washington at.
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C. Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
SWISS watch repairing. C. Christenien, sec
ond floor Corbett bldg.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., Board of Trada
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co., 88 Fifth at.
B. O. CASE A CO., uih and Oak.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sts.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER SIMINUTON, Calhoun Co., 45 4th.
Downs Optical Co., 4ul Dekum Bldg.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wile & iron Works, 2d & Columbia
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASMLbStN Sc CO.. Jobbers, paints, oils,
glass, sash and doors, cor. 2d and Taylor.
W. P. FULLER CO., 12th and Davia
FAINTS AND WALLPAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. lo First at.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES.
BASS-HUETEK PaINT CO., 1B4-1S6 2d St.
FIFE, FIFE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. K.L1NE, 84-86 Front SU
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. !4-a6 Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO., 1ST AND OAK STa
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVKRDING & FARRELL, 140 Front at.
POULTRY', EGGS, CALVES, HOGS.
HENKY EVERD1NG. 45-47 Front St.
HOPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny at.
SASH, DOOUS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davla
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO., 68 Front at.
Erne9t MUIer Wall Paper Co., 172 1st at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d at.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire A Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO.
46, A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Monday)
evening, 7:30, East 8th and Burn
side. M. M. degree. Visitors wel
come. Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, Sec
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 12, A.
P. AND A. M. Special communi
cation this (Monday) eve. at 7:j?0
o'clock. Work in the M. M. de
ijree. Visiting brethren .welcome.
W. M. DE LIN, Sec.
Fl MOIIAI. NOTICES.
EATCH In this city, September 27, Rich
ard Eatch, aged 00 years, 8 months, 14
days, of 1186 East Lincoln st., father of
Mrs. Alice Bostock and John Eatch, of
Portland, and brother of William Eatch,
of Ridgefield, Wash. Friends Invited to at
tend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors at 2:30 P. M.
today (Monday), September 29. Inter
ment Rose City Cemetery.
MORAN The funeral services of the late
Thomas Moran will be held at St. Fran
cis Church. 11th and East Oak sts., at
ft A. M. tomorrow (Tuesday), September
M. Friends invited. "Interment in the
family plot In Pt. Mary's Cemetery. The
remains are at the conservatory chapel of
' F. S. Dunning. Inc., East Side Funeral Di
rectors, 414 East Alder St.
M'DONALD At Eugene, Or.. Sept. 27,
Claude B. MeDnnnld. son of Harry W. and
Fannie B. McDonald, of this city, aged 18
years 11 months 14 days. Funeral serv
jce will bo held at the Westminster Pres
bvterlan Church. E. 10th and Weidler, to
day (Monday). Sept. 29, at 2 P. M. Friends
invited. Interment Itivervlew Cemetery.
RUM FORD In this city. Sept. 27, Lillian,
infant daughter of John A. and Elizabeth
M. Rumford. of 5 3Sth St. N. E. The
funeral services will be held at the resi
dence establishment of J. P. Flnley &
Son, Montgomery and Fifth, today (Mon
day). Sept. 29. at 2:30 P. M. Friends in
vited. Interment private.
MURPHY In this city. September 28, Celia
Mildred Murphy, aged 26 years. 3 months,
10 days, beloved wife of Arthur B. Mur
phy. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman'a
funeral parlors at 1 P. M. today (Mon
day). September 29. Interment Riverview
MACKEY At Chlco. Cal.. Sept. 20, Alex
. andtr Mackey. aged 26 years. The fune
ral services will be held at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley & Son, Mont
gomery and Fifth, today (Monday). Sept.
2th. at 1:30 p. M. Friends invited. In
terment at Mt Scott Park Cemetery.
ASH FORD The funeral services of the late
Persia Ashford. wife of George W. Ash
ford, will be held at the Portland Crema
torium tomorrow (Tuesday), Sept. 30, at
10 A. M. Friends invited.
MB. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading fu
neral director, 220 Third street, cttrner Sal
mon. Lady assistant. A 1511. Main 507.
F. S. DCNNING, INC.
Enst Side Fnneral Directors, 414 East
Alder st. East 52. B SS25.
DUNNING MENTFE. funeral directors,
7th and Fine rhnne Main 430. Lady at
tendant. Office of Coonty Coroner.
SKEWE9 UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. Main 4152. A 238 1. Lady attendant.
204 4th. opposite City Hall.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
It beauty singularly appropriate. Its
care peculiarly Kojcareative of affec
tion and memory. ilea;ant and com
modious vlKltorn' rest rooms, l'crpetnnl
care. Kefineo, pteasina; service.
Reaeked by Mt. Scott or laisdero ears.
Y T T T T f THEATER
Xl Sit X Ji X VJ llth and Morrison
Phones Main 1 and A 1123.
l TOMORROW NIGHT
Lower 1'loor, fl. 75c. Balcony 50c, 25c
THE COMEDY HIT
Splendid Cast and Production.
Evenlnge: Lower floor $1.60, $1; balcony
1, 75c, 50c.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
BOX OFFICE SALE
3 beSTng Next Thursday
Special ITice Matinee Saturday.
THE FAMOUS BEAUTY,
IN VICTOR HERBERT'S
LIGHT OPERA SUCCESS,
70 PEOPLE SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
Evenings: Lower floor, 14 rows $2, 8
rows 1.50; balcony $1, 75c, 60c. Special
Saturday Matinee: Lower floor $1.50, $1;
balcony $1, 75c, 60c
SEAT SALE TODAY, 10 A. M.
Wednesday, October 1
8t20 P. M.
PRICES S1.SO, 2, .1.S0. .t. .
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Muln 2, A 5.160
(;. o. I.. Baker. Mar.
Home of the popular Baker Players. TonlKht,
bargain night, all seals 25c. All week
Mats. Wed. and Sat. First time here:
"HAWTHORNE, U. S. A."
A romantic comedy: startling adventures of
an American in the Balkans. Charming,
thrilling, amusing. Evenings, 25c, 35c, 50c,
75c. Wed. Mat., all seats 2flc. Sat. Mat., 2oc,
50c. Next week "Nobody'd Widow."
Main 6, A 1030.
LULU G LASER, In "First Love.'
Swor and Mack.
Sutton, Mclntyre and Sutton.
Sidney and, Townley.
iANX MATINEE SEAT 15o
HAPPY HEARN'S WHEELMEN.
BR1ERRE & KING.
PIXGLE & CORCORAN.
GEORGE F. HALL.
Rroadwav and Alder Streets
1.. T-AiiF Vnrr TCrntherS. with Cast of 18. Ul
"Mrs. Green's Reception"; George and Victor
Harris, Greve Green, Fun In Hl-Skool,
Eddie Howard, rantagescope. Orchestra.
Leonard and Onslow In "The Hustling- Mr.
Hustle." Special added feature. 'Tearl
Tangley, Seeress," the greatest act of Its
kind before the public.
Sixtli and Washington.
Open 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Perfect ventilatron, fireproof. Programme
Sunday to Wednesday; "Under the daisies'
(two-reel Vitagraph drama); 'Winning His
Wife" (Lubln comedy); "The Fish with a
Storage Battery in Its Brain" (Pathe edu
cational); "The Pearl of the Bosphorus
(Pathe travel); Karp's Orchestra; vocal
10c AdmlHuion 10c.
ATTEND THE OREGON
Salem, September 29 to
October 4, 1913
REDUCED RATES ON ALL
For Information Address
FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary
JACKMAK At Sutherland, Or., September
2G, John M. Jackman, aged BS years, be
loved hnsband of Mrs. E. Jackman and
father of Orlln G. Jackman, this city;
Mrs I.uella Booth, of Oakland. Or.; Kay
L. Jackman and Mrs. F. L. Senter, of this
city and Glenn Reed, of Eugene, Or. 1 he
remains will be tuken to the conservatory
chapel of F. S. Dunning, Inc., East Side
Funeral Directors, 414 East Alder ft. I u
neral notice in a later Issue.
HANSEN At the family residence, 143
Gaines St., September 23, Lucy Shattuck
Hansen, aged 47 years, 8 months, beloved
wife of William A. Hansen. Remains are
at Holman's funeral parlors. Announce
ment of funeral later.
BACKUS Sept. 2S, at G53 Mississippi ave.,
Arion R. Backus, agert Oil years. Notice
of funeral arrangements later. Remains
at A. R. Zeller Co.'s parlors, 502-4 Will
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE NO. 320 UNION AVENUE,
CORNER. MARKET STREET.
Phone East 142.1. B 2315.
Horse ambulance lor sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Price
reasonable. Report all cases of cruel
ty to this office. Open day and night.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rata.
JOHN E. 0R0NAN
M2 gpaldlnjt Bldg. Port lead. Q.
CITY & FARM LOANS
1000 and up at loweat rate.
0. M. ZAD0W
414 Corbett Bide. A 1418. Marshall M.
HALL FOR RENT
Large, well-lighted. Good for atudio, achool,
lodge. Tllford building, 10th and Morrlaon.
Call or phone Marshall G18.
Free factory sitea, served by rail and river.
West Oregon City.
MOODY EVV. CO.
H. L. Moody, Pres.
1016 Chamber of Commerce. Main ST.
45 Rooms of
To be sold to the highest bidder,
Now is the chance of a lifetime to
get some good furniture cheap.
Sale starts at
10 A.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 2d
at Stratton Hotel, 3d and Pine Sts.
100x100 Irvington, corner
23d and Knott, $3000
57x150 adjoining Citv Park,
West Side, $3500
92 acres onPortland Heights
228 Chamber of Com. Bldg.
100 ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS FntJIT
LAND IN TI1K
Ten acres clear, BO acres brush and
100 acres timber: $15 an acre if sold
at once; 11200 cash and $1200 mort
gage at 6 per cent for four years.
See Owner at
613 counrcTT MriLDnvG.
Loans of $1000 and up at lowest rates
on Good Improved City Properties. It
you need money call today. Our In-,
stallment payments are attractive.
A. H. BIKRELL CO.
302 McKay Bldjc. Third and Stark Sta.
Make reservations now for slnKle
day shoots on the celebrated Payne's
Duck Kanch on Sauvie's Island. Good
beds, meals, blinds and uecoys fur
nished; $12 per day. See
N. R. WltHJHT,
04."! Williams Ave. I'hone Woodlnwn 274t
6 TO 1
H. E. M00NEY
Mala 210. 'loom 4-1 Kalllnjr Bid.
TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY
Fourth and Oak Streets'
We Make Building Loans
Edward E. Goudey
Lewla Build In a.
On btiKinr ino clow-lu rti deuce properUeiw
$7000 ppven-room house and full lot, near
2:il and Lovejoy.
$ltl.r.o0 Corner, near 20th and Washing
ton streets. L.ot r.Oxl!.
John U, KHrmin. Ky. Kxchange Bids-. .
lhonc Marshall 2574.
Our Oivn Money at Curreat Rate.
Western Bond & Mortgage Co.
Commercial Club llldit., Portland. Or.
FARM AND CITY
Commerce Safe Dep. & Mortgage Co,
Ml Talrd St., Cbam. of Com. Uldac
REAL ESTATE DEALEK8.
Beck, William Q., 315-316 Fallina bldg.
BKL'BAKEK. C. L.. 317 Hallway Ex. bldg.
Jennings & Co., Main iU8 Oregonian
PALMEK-JONES CO., H. P., 04-4u3-4u8
BKNEDICT BROS. (Burrell Heights I. 034
Hawthorne Ave., Cor. 81at. Tabor 616.
KEA L ESTATE.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS ON WEST MDH
Glenelyn Addition, on 3-mile circuit, com
mands an unobstructed view of tho beuu
tlful Tualatin Valley; Bull Hun water,
graded streets and walks. 1'rlca 4i0 and
up; terms to suit you. Let one ot our
autos take you out today. I'hona Jlulil
lS0t or A Ciltil.
PROVIDENT TRT'ST COMPANY,
2d Floor Selling- BlUg., Cor. 0th and Alder.
1RVINC1TON. U rooms, one of the
best and best built new homes, on quartet
block and on corner; nice lawn, plenty or
shrubbery and native trees; 2 baths, 4
toilets, -4 lavatories, 2 llrepluces, line in
terior tlnish, high-class wall coverings
throughout; plenty ot porches, front, siua
and rear; price Includes all curpets. rugs,
curtains, drapes, rods and sliudea. AP
Choice lot close In. near Broadway; Im
provements paid; 1M)0. O. W. liryan, 3H9
chain, or Coin. Main l!MKt. A 1--7.
$75 CASH buvs choice view homeslte, on
the West Ride, 'M blocks from l'ostoiflce.
Call or write.
. C. W. HOUGHTON.
8:15-837 Chamber of Commerce.
LOOK this list over and if you want a bar
gain address box 1124. City. Four busi
ness corners, valued from j:iuuu to 10.
000. Three lots In Ladd's Add.; 12 lota
clo9 in, restricted district; two '4 blocks,
with stores and residence. Vacant half
block on hard-surface street. From the
owner, who is leaving the city.
50x100 east faclns lot. 1 block from
Broadway car, must bo sold by Wednes
day. Owner needs cash. You can Suva
$450. Worth $1."00: $1050 cash buys It
if taken by Wednesday. Lucddeman
Ruley t Co., i13 Chamber of Commerce.
WOULD a good lot in fine neighborhood
appeal to you nt JOoO cash, which is 50
per cent less than lta reasonable value?
See cwuer, 2U0 Tuylor at., or phone Main
$17"0, IRVINGTON Will sell my 50x100 lot
on l:tth st., between Knott and Stanton,
- for $1700 cash or SHHmi, half cash. Cost
me 12200. All improvements in and paid
$500 BUYS lot 50x100 feet on E. 13th, 150
ft. south of Klllingswort h.
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,
275 Pine St., Cor. 4th.
FIRLAND lot, iXi: worth $450. Term $5
monthly. Main 1166.
LOT 50x100, on Harrison St.. Milwaukio,
J7O0 cash. AL 3S, Oregonian.
$600 CASH; 50x120, near Broadway car, re
stricted. Owner, Marshall 4677.