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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1914)
FIRST BOAT DOCKS
Standard Oil Tanker Ties
at Municipal Wharf.
ASUNCION ENJOYS HONOR
Harbormaster Speier Meets an Old
Friend In Steamer's Captain
; Jfext Vessel Expected Is Lord
j . Ieonsdale of Asiatic Service.
Portland's new cargo dock, officially
Snown as Municipal Dock No. 1, lo
cated between Fifteenth and Seven
teenth streets, received its first deep
water vessel at midnight last night.
wnen the standard Oil tanker Aaun
cion steamed up to It from Linn ton
and loaded 60 tons of water.
Captain Kirkwood, formerly in the
barge fleet of the company, was as
proud as the master of any passenger
jiner to nave won the distinction of
being the first to make his vessel fast
and to test the mooring posts, an in
novation in this harbor, and all in the
Clare of the fully illuminated 668-foot
dock. The occasion also afforded, an
opportunity for a reunion between
.Harbormaster Speier and Captain
jvirKwooa, who was on hand to super
intend the laying of hose to the ves
sel. Mr. Speier was second mate on
the old Iroquois, in sailing ship days,
when Captain Kirkwood was first mate
on the same vessel.
After taking water the steamer
sailed for the south. She is to go to
tne Union iron Works at San Fran
cisco for minor repairs before resum
ing the transportation of fuel oil to
The first general cargo to be dis
charged at the new dock will be from
the British steamer Lord Lonsdale,
Bailing in the Kast Asiatic service,
which is due here April 16. She is now
at ban Francisco, from Copenhagen
and other European ports, and has
3 000 tons of freight for this city. The
cargo list includes 750 tons of steel
rails, some of which will probably be
laid in the rear of the new dock at
once; also 125 casks of oil from Lon
don. 100 bags of coffee from Rotter
dam, 860 cases of chemicals, 110 cases
or clothespins, 145 cases of enamel
ware and 21 bundles of baskets from
It is expected that the Kast Asiatic
neet will use the new dock regularly.
w. . lirace & Co. also intend to berth
steamers there, if present negotiations
with the Commission of Public Docks
MLWACKEE IS COMING HKRJE
Aavj- Department Sends Vessel for
Festival and Militia Cruise.
It will be the cruiser Milwaukie
that will be anchored in Portland
harbor during the 1914 Rose Festival,
word to that effect having been re
ceived yesterday from the Puget
Sound Navy-Yard at Bremerton. The
vessel is in the Pacific fleet and Lieu
tenant Commander Jensen, who
brought "the battelship Oregon here
In 1912, is acting captain of the ves
sel. In & general way she is a sister ship
of the cruiser St. Louis, which repre
sented the Navy at "he 1913 Rose Fes
tival, of which Lieutenant W. E.
Whitehead was skipper, and it was on
that vessel the Oregon Naval Militia
cruised last year. It is supposed that
the Militia will go out this season on
the Milwaukee, but it is not known
whether the Navy Department has
sanctioned a cruise to Honolulu,
which has been urged by officers of
Tho Milwaukee was built at San
Francisco by the Union Iron Works
and has the same dimensions as the
St. Louis, being 424 feet long, beam
of 66 feet and mean draft of 22.6 feet.
While the St. Louis was built at
Philadelphia, both were begun in
1901 and completed in 1906. They are
twin-screw types . nd have the same
rig, but the Milwaukee has an indi
cated horsepower of 24,504, while the
St. Louis has 27,484.
BEAVER BRXXCS UPPER, TENS
Kent Clark Joins Captain Xelson on
j China Run,
Getting into her old form lor Sum
mer, the steamer Beaver was berthed
at Ainsworth dock at 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon, having entered the river
at 6 o'clock in the morning and left
.Astoria at 7 o'clock. The liner brought
S20 passengers, and representatives of
the company classed the travelers as
the most substantial appearing crowd
to come north this season. The Beaver
did not bring a bull bison from Golden
Gate Park in exchange for the one
chipped on the Bear yesterday from
the City Park, though it was under
stood the animal was listed. It is
thought that the California buffalo
will be returned in the cage used in
shipping his Portland successor.
Word was brought by Captain Ma
son that Kent W. Clark, formerly
purser on the Beaver, sailed from San
Francisco Sunday on the Pacific Mail
liner Korea for China, going out as
freight clerk for one trip, after which
he will assume the berth of purser.
That places Mr. Clark again on the
same ship with Captain A. W. Nelson,
who was master of the Beaver on this
run previous to Captain Mason being
assigned as commander. Captain Nel
son has been dubbed the "Author Skip
per" because of . his book. "Yankee
CROWS OF G ALICIA IS XEXT
Santa Cruz Returning for Lumber
and Flour Cargo.
Portland is to dispateh another of
the Harrison Direct Line carriers this
month, the British steamer Crown of
Galicia, which has been on Puget
Sound since March 24 and is coming to
work 3000 tons of grain in the interest
of Balfour, Guthrie & Co. for the
United Kingdom. The ship is in reg
ular service and from Portland pro
ceeds to San Francisco to complete her
load. It is probable she will work
Bome general cargo here in addition to
cereals. The Crown of Toledo left here
Jasf week wHh grain.
The Grace liner Santa Cruz, which
discharged inward cargo here last
month, comes from Puget Sound today
to load for the West Coast and New
York. The liner is to take considerable
lumber, but there will be large lots of
other stuff, as she took on about 125,
000 sacks of flour in the north for
South America and more will be re
ceived here. The flour trade in the
South is showing new life and steady
shipments are looked for.
SICSLAW JETTY TO BE FIXED
Cargo or Barge Frederick May Be
Major Morrow, Corps of Engineers,
TJ. S. A, .was informed by telegraph
yesterday from Siuslaw that the work
of repairing damage to the jetty there,
resulting from the barge Frederick
having been carried against it April S.
sustaining damage so she sank, will be
started as soon as cargo from the Fred
erick Is salved.
Without going- into details the mes
sage states that a Ions section of the
outer Jetty tramway was materially
damaged. The Frederick was rn tow
of-the tug L. Roscoe, and had a cargo
from here of lumber, steam shovels and
other railroad material. It is reported
she Is a total loss.
HEARING FIXED OX BRIDGE
Backers and Objectionists to Be
Meard by Major Morrow.
Arguments for and against the con
struction of the interstate bridge to
connect Oregon and Washington across
the Columbia, also bearing on the type
of draw deemed best in the Interest of
travel and shipping, are to be heard
by Major Morrow, Corps of Engineers.
U. S. A., at room 802 Couch building
at 10 o'clock, April 20. in compliance
with instructions from Washington,
where formal nnnli,-.rn j
rc-'fiii rw umuB UE
fore the Secretary of War by Waddell
...ni,6ura, engineers, for permis
sion to erect the crossing.
Persons interested are asked to be
""C"L "r io xorward written state
ments Settins- fnrlVi thAt. .. ;
- -.'"- t it n j. vv rit-
ten arguments uhm,i.i v. i - . . ,
...... c in omce
."l 1S- Drawlngs have been sub-
.u.i.ou y lne engineers of the bridge
and of rlirfro. . ..jkc
......... j i'cj ui arawa, so
those regarded adaptable for condi-
selected. Oral H "
...in i. . --. " msumeau
will be forwarded to the War Depart-
LUMBER CARGO IS IMMENSE
8 Vessels on Columbia River Carry
46,713,944 Feet In Month.
ASTORIA rtr- n .
i J I e month or March. 33 vessels
i. . ? , LnB ln,lls ln the Lower Colum
bia River riltrtn . .
miu iueir comoined
cargoes amounted to 26,498.000 feet of
, nnn e-A""" .V""el- ZS' "ylng
mestic Dorts. and fmiF .-. i ,
3 807.000 feet of lumber, are "a route
'""inii mere were 26
vessels, carrying: 20.213.924 feet of lum-
, me upper river district. This
makes a. tot, k i a...b
w w tooci a, wiin car
V,46'713'944 feet of lumber, that
Vt. lno "-oiumDia River last
Xews or Oregon Ports.
. 4. peciai.)
Iam?'S? pla"tine steamer Major
.Be,u. wnicn arrived Sun
day from Puget Sound, is now engaged
iii3 mines in tne
lower harbor Rh- iii
- " employed
Wr WJ',rk UnU1 about th opening
Of the fishinf Booann . 1 . .
ni , . "perations
will be suspended in order not to in-
" ' 'r , me guinetters making:
drifts in that section of the river.
ThA Xtpom v.,.
Alvarado a.nd Northland arrived from
. cringing cargo
for Astoria and Portland. K
The steamer George W. Fenwlck ar-
fiVw ? 1 rom San anl went
to Westport to load lumber.
: " , ofica nas gone to
Seattle and will bring the Santa Cruz
down the Coast to take on cargo at
The British steamer Kinross sailed
;5a7 for Mana with a cargo of 3.400 -000
feet of lumber. '
The Multnomah sailed for Los An
geles with a lumber cargo.
The Beaver' arrived early today from
San FranriRm nH k i , . .
that port this evening.
COOS RAY tr T , . . .
The TiianV-' k"pe.c'ai-'
, ; iwuajr rom 2. u -
reka bringing 14 passengers, and de-
tcu roruana, carrying 30 pas
sengers for the north.
The arrival of the Aroline and Nann
Smith at San Francisco was two and
a half hours apart, the former winning
the race, whth ,i.,t.j r. T.
, " . iiWu v,uos jsay
Saturday at 5 o'clock.
-J tug: Gleaner, from Gardiner is
n nnrt atA I. 1 ...... i . . ...
-- mis wnignt Wltn
freight, and the barge Lawrence with
w miin wi coat ior Florence.
The CaSnlinA Ufhnnnaw
--.-v.u... i.uoiiri re
turned last night from Port Orford
where rising wind made it impossible
to lighten her full cargo, the remainder
Of Which 1.t hftlnir iTl..ka...J 1 ... ,
"'uuui ucre. qq
Rustler is loading freight for Siuslaw
.w i'wiw .uu win sail weanesday.
BAKDON Or ln.ll "7 v
' ... . . . . V'HJltH.f
rhe Grace Dollar arrived today from
kmxu i- iuiiuibco l B a. ax., and will load
at the Johnson mill with lumber.
GARDINER Or.. ADril 7 ffin,.l.i
The tug Gleaner sailed for Coos Bay
The schooner Lilv is loaded fnp
and will sail on Thursday.
The lumber shipments from here dur
ing the month of March amounted to
BA.YOCEAN. Or.. Anril 7 n
The Sue H. Elmore, from Portland,
arrived yesterday with freight for
points on Tillamook Rnv TKla - u-
Elmore's first trip of the season. The
principal part or her cargo was rein
forcing steel and cement for the na
tatorlum which is under construction
here. CTaptain Antonsen reported 22
feet on the Tillamook Bay entrance.
Arriving early vesterdav frnm e-
Francisco the steamer Klamath un
charged .inward cargo and left for Oak
folnt last night to load lumber. She
goes from there to Goble and finishes
at St. Helens, sailing Friday for San
Diego and way ports. The vessel re
turned in command of Can'taln .l.hn.
clothes are one
of our "hobbies ;
our designers spend
months working out
the models that will
please young men.
It is time well
spent; for our young
men's clothes are the
favorites with these
Ask for our goods if
you want smartest styles.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Good Clothes Makers
SAM'L ROSENBLATT &
The Home of
"Hart Schaffner & Marx
TIIE MORXIXG. OREGOXIAy, .WEDNESDAY.
-- a. af wis
Stop It Instantly By ITsingr ZEM0, the
iRemarkable, Scientific Skin Eemedy.
Gt a 25c Bottla and Sea For Yourself.
There are few things worse than persist
ent Itching when you feel like yoo could
i. t. UltLIVl.
though: It only
"Syv makes conditions
Ff'Sir worse. Jnst rub c
- 1 little ZEMO as
f&Jr x-CTT-f the itching mo
IV -fJ' burning go awa
V, - ,CV like ma (rtc. lea vie
-1 ' - deliehtfully con
1 I n rm
f o matter whethar
the ltchlnar la Hne tn
fT. X JJ t M 9 ' .
4rKV. I'll I erms onrrowing tn
vtijX 'S'T1"'1 pores or to ais
ZEMO for Iivtut R.W eased blood cells in
m cm. m. itjiu win put a stop to it In
stantly, and will quickly remove or over
come the caase.
Prove this yourself t Get a cent bottle
today and you'll have absolute proof of Its
renurk&hlA ranli. TruA u .
an guaranteed by Uroegists everywhere.
n mnuiw by Woodard-Clarka & Co. Alder
Vk, "JL.'" prk. and Skldinoro Urug Co..
lal Third sit.
sen, commodore of the McCormlck fleet,
who is about recovered from a recent
T. B. Jones is skipper of the steamer
City of Eugene, relieving Aihr
Arthur Riggs has resumed command of
the steamer Diamond O, supplanting
William Lumm. E. L. Babbldge is
master of the gasoline screw v.rir
lievlng J. Zumwalt, who navigated th
on ner mawen trip.
It was reported in shipping circles
yesterday that the Navy Department
had fixed four tramp steamers to load
Coal On the Attnntlf. -Kg ,
land and Tiburon stations. The ves
sels will be available for North Pacific
N. F. Titus, manager of the Portland
steanjship Company, estimates that be
tween 200 nnH ann .
, - - kiuociii,i;iii nave
been turned away during the past two
"'K w iacK or accommoda
tions on the Alaskan fleet- But a few
berths remain rn th. - .
StPtson. sailing Monday.
To work mnr .r,nii .. .
the salmon ship Levi G. Burgess hauled
over yesterday from Albina dock to
the American Can Company's berth
trr, J? k61"1;11 went to AlbJna "Jock
ti om the bunkers.
. Lracl tles "mounting to 640.000
feet, board measure, will be taken to
tfh JrncitCO on the "teamer Wasp,
which has been cleared. The steamer
Siskiyou has cleared for the same har
bor with r, nnn r . " ar-
Tj-t "V - "iiu me steamer
Klamath for San Pedro with 1,000.000
1 a Th,e N,orthlanJ. which arrived in
at Astoria Inat- nUhf in
, , "in aiscnarge
here and proceed to Seattle to load for
GRAND TRUNK IS FINISHED
Last Spike Driven In Line Stretching
. Across Canada.
VANPftTTVPP t . ..
. 7, i-., April i . The
last spike on the Rranj 1.
f,a.'lr0a,d "driven about noon today
east of the bridge over the Nechaco
restores neaiia yr -yX.
HE joy of Easter Morn' is fully realized
UJy wIien your Easter Eggs are served at H
breakfast with ivjV
w- BRAND CTi.
HAM or BACON
(U. S. Government Inspected and Passed)
at your dealers
V,0 MEAT COMPANY
Np (y '
Portland's Building Directory
Board of Trade Building .
Appraiser of Bral Estate.
B. Main 1118 820
BF!riT cii .
HECKBERT, EL E. Main 7S6. A 132.. 1010
mu 1. uain bo4s. .... .ill
O ROURKE. L. W. Uanhsll S141 li
WILBUR, ft SPENCER,
Mar.hall S310. JL 407...'. 1001
Brokpra Stocks. Bond aod Craln.
JiJ1.. COOKK CO, WL 6831
Mala Jai 218-21S
VE31IONT JIAKBLE WORKS. Mar. VOX. 807
BARRETT BROS. Mala M6 103
- . GEO. K.NIGHT. Main S15 1017
waller, krank r. Main 82& 1015
Stationery, Office 6uptfllea and Printins-KUBLI-MILH.
K CO.. Main or A .1 t X
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
BAIN. JAMES R. Marshall 2444 S21
BLAND, EUGENE. Marshall 64ol Bl
UUN1WARY. RALPH It. Main li3i. .5i-i31
HAINES. S. H.. Main S7U1 &27
H AZEN, COOPER MACKAY. Main 48.
JOHNSON STOUT. Main auia 1O10
MOSESSOHN Jk MOEESSOUN. Mam 6-91. 71
Tlk-T. ARTHUR P. Main 4-7 7U
UPTON, JAY H. Main JU4 1 71S
WhEALDON, C L. Main liUi a.u
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. S37. .S'.'S
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. 3Ui7..ia
. Civil Engineer. .
MGONIOLE. CHAS.. Engineer. ...81S
VINCENT. S. D. CO. Main 1854. 81
KEASEY. DORR E. CO. Main 1183.. 232
M-GRATH. E. . A. Marshall IT-'US uza
STOUT INVESTMENT CO. Main Sla..7a
SLAUSON. A. B. Main 0444 e-
GILLINCHAM. J. J. Marshall 717..4I3-41J
SLTTOJI WHlTNiiY. Marshall 1021.. ali
JJOCITOX, ARTHUR L Marshall 248. .312
Tr, INTEK. WILSON 4 JOHNSON. M. 448L 712
Bonds, Stocks, t.rala and Cotton.
WILSON. J. c CO. A 4187. Mar. 3i8
Builder and Keal Estate.
SUMMERS. W. J. Marshall 8761 SOS-308
BElu W; Marshall 834. .. .316-817
REED. M. EL Marauail 877 614-617
wV5?M??' ?H,NHMaln A 16S- ..2
W HITMER-KLLLY CO. Main or A 1UU8..4
lnvestmenta nnd Loans,
8TIPR. J. R. Main 8101 408
FIREMAN'S FL'.NO INSURANCE CO 208
5A?2M-.KA1;TJr Marshall 420O. 710
NELHALSEN A CO. lrvlncloa. M. U78. 5u
ALEXANDER. GEO. R. Mar J4-o loot
Gf BHARDT. ALBERT K Main 15iiSij
1X55- "AROL.D M. Marshall 2S.il. 6oi
WALTON. JAMES. JR. Marshall 2i20..lol
KYLE. Q. A. Marshall 4111 7ig
NORTHWEST RN FRUIT EJC Mar. 2484. 418
COLUMBIA LIFE TRUST CO. .. .800-824
BAIN, JOHN. A 7442, Main 6U21 o07
KAJnCiTXTA.NS ?- M- "I-.--701-702
SEITZ.- WT H. it to. M'?.:""-!
Detective Burro a.
COAST DETECTIVE BUREAU. M. 8683.812
MOELLER. HERMAN A. Main 1845.. .1008
KOL.LE. DR. D. W. Main 4183 706-707
rnent and Trade Mark Attorney.
LITZLNBERU. WM. R. Mar. 1847.. 7.. 804
1lHl In ' '. 1 1 1. s
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FOSHAY, WILBUR B. Main 6218 1014
O'BRIEN. MARIE A. Max. 2482
KORELL. CHAS. H. Main 2744... 0T
HP. PALME11-JOXES CO M S89-i 4oX
River at Fort Frazier. B. C. 120 miles
east of Prince Rupert.
Last night the tracklaymg panss on
the east and west ends of construction
left a half-mile gap and this morning
APRIL S. 1914.
REED. MERRILL A.. Mar. 220 718
LAWSON CO. A 7133. M. 4UU3 70S
IMPERIAL DAIRY LUNCH. . .ground floor
METSCHAN, DR. E. L. Main 863 SO
DCBACK. DR. j. d. A 1Baa M 5832. .603
A.M- HOSP. ANU UEL1EK ASSN 1216
" -HOSPITAL ASSN. Mar. 4271. ...808
COLUMBIAN OPT L Co. Mar. 819. Gd. Fir.
PbTslclana and Surgeooa.
STt8?.";' -V"- J- A.77SB. Msr. 2G14. 10OI
V A5t,HL.-A,HlTl-0r- ALBERT. M. ..121
NEW BERG k.R. DU. J. f. Main 832. .1118
NAC. FRANK. Mala 721. A 2721. ground nr.
HOLT. & H Piano Co. M. 1903 07-8
Rentals and General Insurance.
SMITH'S AGENCY. Main 8!ul 41Q
JT2 1 S j Jj 1
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ROBERTSON. KENNE'l'ts. Mjln 20i8.
AKNET. O C Main 4U3 1104-1 104
v.Ar.r Jt K-llR. Main 872 14I8-1423
CARKY. CHAS. H. Main 672 1410-1422
CLARK. SK8LASON Jb CLARK. M.8417. 124
oais. RALPH A. Marshall 832. .1311-1317
tOHN. JULILS. Main 2:llO. A 702 1318
GRAHAM. SIDNEY J. Main 43. . 1318-1323
HARTJE. HENRY. Marxhall 4887 1118
HEKMH1NU. KARL. Mull 1 .SOI . . . . ' SOO-130S
JOHNS. CHAS. A. Main 838 1S06-13U8
KERR, J Ay. B. Main 672 1410-1422
KIMBALL HENRY M. Mar. 630 H28
KLEPPER MILTON REED. Mar. 647.. 1813
AHTHun, C N. Main 4237 422-424
DIBBLE. Mam liol. a i212 1300-ISO8
MANN1X. THUi Main 2310. A 7202.. ..1318
MEINDL. FRED J. Main 2341. A 2i41. 1J24
MOON & ORTON. Marshall 630 823-S2V
MOORE. WILLIS 6. Main 403. .. .131-1S23
MOSKR A SI Cl'E. Main 234L A 2041.. 1424
PARKER. SHIRLEY D; Main 423 1024
PEARCE. HARRY U. Marshall 842.1311-1317
n.iuuci.14 1U n. Main 3633 522
bHEPARD at BlteOK. Marshall 832... .1811
fcPBNCLK. OM Alt C Main 672. . . 14 IO-1422
8TOTT & COLLIU2V. Marshall 8078, 608-610
SULLIVAN. R. A. Main 2810, A 7202.. 131U
1LL1AX6, w. A. Main 234L A 2341. .1324
WILSON. JOHN O. Marshall 832. . 1811-1317
KINNEx, M. J. Marshall 5014 618
hires; robt. w :a Floor
M'CREDIE BILLIARDS 2d Floor
otlAUX & OLIVER LobbT
REYNOLDS ADJUSTMENT eERVICK, 111T
COWLITZ BRIDGE CO. Mala 6705.. ..1304
Court Reporters nod btenoarrmnhieps.
FLEXNER. VIVIAN. Main 1431. A 7278. 1403
SAY RE. JULIA K. Mala 1431. A 727a, 14U3
HAWU.1UB, L. V. Main 3263 423-428
cuuAl4J, W. R. CO.. Mar. 2391. SO2-804
. ncai 2Llato.
CALL AN A KaSER. Main t--t
vn j he. iv, n. atarsnail 16.......... .404
Art LAND, RANK. REALTY CO. .808
MERRILL. GEO. W. Marshall 285B an
METCALF, LY14S 8. Marshall 2432 810
WAGGONER, GEO. E.
WARD. TUGS. J. Marshall 2838
lfKArCnTOX.AG.Ni PAKSONS.M 4468.P0o
two crews raced for the middle. Mov
ing: pictures were taken of th
Tho Grand Trunk main line now
stretches from Portland. Me., to Prince
' " 3
AM r 8 E M ENT9L
Eleventh and Washington.
a thrilling story in two parts.
Latest Fashion Notr.s.
A Real French Duel,
and Many Interesting Items.
A HOT TIME IN SNAKE VTLLE
Dorothy Ijewis, Soloi.-t.
10 ALL SEATS 10
DAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
ThcKi?hth nnd Latest Series
Adventures of Kathlyn
THE CRUEL CROWN
IN TANGLED WEBS
a Strong: Pathe Drama.. 2 reels.
Miss Esther Sundquist
World's Latest Events.
Portland's Mode) Photo-Play
Flrenroof, Perfect Ventilation.
Always the Ret.t Attractions
Bill Wednesday to Sunday:
Marcaret Kntertains Commander
I'.vana of the Captain Scott
pedltlon. Meets Bruce MrRae. the
famous actor, and Visits Many
1 'laces of Interest In New York.
"IN THE DAYS OF
Two-Part nomlno Romance of
Sidc-Splittinsr Keystone Karce.
This is Immense.
IOC ADMISSIOX IOC
BroxHray. ml Alder.
Mile. Aditi', morld Ftmoui Lton Tamer aiwl
"fr 1 i Koal African I.l.ina- uM.i.
r, Milton and Doily Noble, l'hii U Tonka,
Klciiarda and Montro-, Arthur Kljbv. in
titcop. Popular Hrica. Boxes arid tirmt
row baicony rrved. Pnooa A 24, llaln
oq. mruun S:90. 7:13. ;10.
AT MatiBe. Seat 15c.
Mx Imperial Pekinese,
t'anfleld and ( arltoa.
y rmna Mullane,
t-.dward Marshall ss4 t'sur
I- eatar. 1 11ms Dailr.
Matlaea Dailj. Mala , A 1010.
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Tilt IUMIAI 1.1
THOMAS AMI HA I.I.
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r awaMaallk,a I body
f-f P T f r ttth and Morrison
A X A J. V Mala 1 and A 1122
AI.I. THIS WEEK
Afternoons at . Evenings at 8:80.
TRIP TO SOUTH POLE
Explanatory talk hy rhe eminent Shak
CHAH1.KS B. IIANKORO
AH St Resfn-ed.
POri T.AK PKICKS, AOc. X5r, t!.
T 2,t Next Sunday
Itnrjfain Price Marino "VVdnei n y.
tpccUl 1'rlc MaLinea Saturday.
OUvcr Morosco TTmntn Famous Com
"Peg 0' My Heart
rr-v.li I o-.fcIL. AS "1'tli.
Evenins Uwfr flror. 14 roas
rows l.ji, bsi.-ony 1.K, T.'.c. ovK-. Hr
ItJln Weil, mslinee 1. 7.c and ie.
tfolHl siur.ly matinee Ur floor.
1?."-" ' s roas Sl.ou, balcony.
CITV M Mr. ORDERS NOW
BOX OfKlCB SAL.K FRIDAY
. t-o. l Bskrr. Mjr.
Horn, of tlie Flioom llakrr l-.syera.
Tonight, ah week ut. We1. and Sat.
A thrilling ana absorbing- play of Western
Secret Service, as played tn Nssr Torn by
Heln Ware. Immentc cast and production.
Evening- prices, 2.-.C. Sic. ioc. 7.".c Boxes l
Sat. Mat.. Hie. lot Wed. Mat., all seats
texcert box iT.c. Next week Tba Olrl
antl the I'rnnant.
PORTLAND PRESS CLUB
East End Xfw StepI Bria-e,
Bet. E. 2d and 3d. All Carlines.
8 DAYS AND NIGHTS
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally and Sumter.
lar I. Ire.
One time IS.
earn, ad . onwntln time..
ean. ad three coasec-utlv time. sa.
baine ad six r een eonseeitl tlrae..ft.
Ihs sbsit rates apply to advert tsement
tinder "Nw Today- and all older classUlca
lions except the folio. ina i
.situations antral Male.
Mtuationa l anted remale.
r lisal, Kooms. fnvate l-amllles.
Hoorua and ltuard. 1'rUat. Ir aruUiea.
ltat. oa the aHove -'sssll iratiuns ta T
cents a line eaw-h Insertkoa.
When one au rnlrrarnt Is nnt run la eM.
aeruliv. Uurs the one-time rat. apnliea.
Mix average Herd, cwiat a. .ns m .a
eat4i advertisement, and bo m4
Ics. than two Uses.
OS rtiarced-- adverllsrinenta eharr will
be baaed on tbe number of lines apnearlna
la the paper, r-rardlrM of tbe number o
j"rerds In earn luie. Miniiuuin citsrsi, t.
Ihe Oreronl.n will accept elasdried ad
tntwmil. .ver tbe telephone, providina
tu. advertiser I. a suborrilK-r to either ph.o&
prices will be uuoled otrr the phoaa,
but bill will be rendered the follow lne day.
Whether subsequent ad vert isenieata sill u.
aecepled over tbe pboae depends upon tl s
prompt ne. of payment of telephone adver
IMmrst. Mluatlona ttaoled and Fersoaal
advrrtienents Kill not be aerepted over tbe
telephone. Orders for one Insertion only will
. act-epted lor "Inrnlture for aie.' -Bust-"r.
PPort unities." "Koorainc -liuusea' sM
"Wanted lo Keau"
Tbe Oreconlan w ill not anaranle. mtrsrT
nr aaswrn. responsibility (or errors occ or r ma
in telephoned advertisement.,
Tbo (reconlaa will not be responsible for
more than on. inrorreit taM-rtion of aae
advertisement offered for more Uiaa on.
AVCTIOX PAI.K TOOAY.
Kord Auction Hous. -ll 1st- Kurniture.
carpets, rtc al. at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M
Farnmira. lrta-s First at.
NOTICB TO THK ENTIRE WORI.P
Most eipcclally to (iod s elect, numbering
at least i,4.ok. This la the hour of um i
judgment, hence the end of the Grnllli
relsn. Rally y Joint heirs with Jesus Christ
Tho shepherd call his flock to m-elv. of
the holy priesthood alter the Order of tb
Son of God. The rut. lie are invited to a
lecture and demonstration on Sunday to b
given at Forerlenc Hall, jj th 6I t 7-4i
P. M. Subject. "Ood-s nreatest Revlatloa
to Man Sine th. Creation of the Worid."
W1LUMETTE TKIBK, NO lu.
PROVKD ORDER OF RED M EX.-Member,
are requested to attend the funeral of our
late brother. Kduard Wilde. I", s.. from
xv al --' "ail. 26IS Madison
St.. Wednesday, at i o'clock H. M Inter
nient at Ked Men's plot. I'.lvervieve i,m
tery. slater tribes Invited.
WM. M A HON K. Sachem.
I. STHA.-EL. Ch. of K-
T PORTLAND CHAPTER NO. 3.
It. A. M. - A exiled convocation of
lortland Chapter No. 3 will be
held In their hall. Masonic Tem
ple. Portland. Or., this 'Wednes
day evening. April .. lt14 st 8
o clock. Work In Slnrk Master
Vlsltlne rotiipanlons will he wel-B-
order K. JU r. J. a. ALUN.
. t'HRUON OOMMANOBRT. K.
Kesulsr conclsve Thurs-
ter arrancements. parlors
open from and after 1 :; P.
M. All sir Knlchts requested
- K. tVlt uAXD, Hecordrr.
KIRKflTHlrw i i .1 - v-r-rt x ...
KXKIHTS AND LADIES I .V- Rl.--i-s V
Members are rcqueste'l io attend the funeral
--. - ,. JV. rarreil. at Mn.
lev s undrrtskltic pnrlors. tomorrow IThurs
day). at 1. M . April .
BERTHA I KIN.3. Prea
F. J. I AH LIN.; TON. Sec.
x1 lOe.-. P-Ktil t.AR MEETING THIS
' fWednesrtay) evenlne Vs.i r.ii.
z1- nd Alder streets, visitors cor
fclo.17 dailv Itiviieil . .
slon. are to pay Samaritan 1.,. . ,.!
tcmal ilt. I'lcase be on hand
W1W. 1ERRT, See.
WASHIXviTOX CHAPTER, NO.
"V 1. A. M Regular ronviva.
lion this Wednesdsrl evening.
I.at Kichth and Rumslde Mreets.
t .: : oc:ok. Visitors lcome.
liOV Ql-trKEXBlSIL Sec.
VERElv rlvTn .-ut v. .
Quested to atlcnd tile funVrsl of our lata
in". fir ? '- he'd
. - - , '', -"- ' iirT-nnon it o clock tn
nr V ' Mdion Ftret, cot-
.-..,.,,,1 inr prpiuifri.
r.v..x.I r. n 'ttuui), fixcretary.
A. K. AND A. M. i-it.'d nr.
mufii.-ation I h t W nrtd v
V.'A oVlocU v . u e- c rr-- i'tin
rrinr n in vi ;a T attend
M. K. SPAI I.tl.u, ccrMry.
FR1KNU-H1P LODtJK, T D .
A. F. AND A. M. Thl (Wedrifi.
' day evening Vinernt Hall. 7 :3K
d n4 Sandy HvrJ. Work la
k C.. 11AS. BOLTS, tfiec.
I-KXTsS I.CiDr.K. U. D.. A. F.
ANU A. M S taxJ cominunlra
lton thla Wednesday) evcnlnr.
7:30 o'clock. F. C. decree.
C. a OGSBl'RT, Sec
MARTIN KORBKS CO.. florists
e'11- ..in.,, -" . i.n.. riose
for sll occasions artKtleslly arranired.
Washington. Main -ttu. A litift. v.-0
KO-H In this city. April 7. RhrlnhoM
.1 Kocll. aged ti. years, late of UAH p-
I'd st. The remains are at the residence
establishment of J. P. Flnlcy Son
Momcomery at 5tli. Notice of funeral
I tNtllAI. KOTICKS.
OLDHAM In this cltv. April 7
It lit.lli.m mwA . ,
W. Webster st. Th. remain
forarsrded Wednesday evening
iv t " son. to CI. Elum.
Wash., where services will b. held and
SPKNCER The funeral services of tbe lata
(,'r? -W - "Dencer will he held at th.
Portland t rematorlum. iinri, - .
the Independent Order of Oddfelloas at
V-rlen.l. .,,," .Z
Uunmnc . McEattc s pariurs