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THE 3IOHXING OltEGOXIAN,
T'TTTT'QT A V ' CT?TT'mrTr'Ti nn m
i r ' a.
S ?snnmn Tn nai r
0V1NG TO SALEM
What Promised to Be Listless
Campaign Gives Evidence
NATIONAL LEADERS MISSED
Democrats Evince Anxiety to Have
President Indorse Chamberlain,
but Executive Does Not Ap
pear to Hear Call for Aid.
Now that the season of agricultural
fairs Is drawing to a close, the poli
tician Is preparing- to take the center
of the staffs.
Political headquarters v.'lll Bhift this
Tveek. to Salem, where the State Fair is
In progress. Most of the candidates of
all parties contesting in the present
campaign will be in Salem at least one
day this week. Others are arranging
to be there most of the week.
After this week but four'weeks will
remain for campaign work. In spite of
the war they will be four weeks of
strenuous effort. The leading parties
have arranged to cover the entire state
with their campaign speakers. The
various county organizations likewise
have hard work before them. "What a
few weeks ago threatened to be a quiet,
listless campaign, promises now to de
velop into a period of unusual activity.
Probably the only element lacking
to make the coming four-weeks'
struggle resemble the old-fashioned
contest of the days preceding the days
of the direct primary and the direct
election of Senators will be the absence
of the usual assortment of political
spellbinders from tfre East and neigh
boring states. And, should Congress
adjourn, that element may yet be forth
coming. If Congress adjourns Senator Cham
berlain will come back to Oregon pre
pared to stump the state. The Demo
crats are trying mighty hard, too, to
tret oratorical talent of Nation-wide
repute to help out Chamberlain. What
they would like most of all, however,
.Is an indorsement of some kind from
President Wilson or someone close to
the Wilson Administration, They are
trying to make it appear that Chamber
lain is needed to support the President
back in Washington, but if the Presi
dent is dependent upon Senator Cham
berlain to carry through his programme
he has not said so. That is worrying
the Democratic organization.
The Democrats are further worried
by the presence of William "Hanley in
the campaign as Progressive candidate
for Senator. Hanley is cutting deeply
into the Chamberlain strength. In the
first place, he is splitting the "wet"
vote with Chamberlain, and then he is
dividing that element of Democratic
voters who favor the President. Many
of President Wilson's supporters in
Oregon do not like the way "Chamber
lain voted against some of the Presi
dent's pet measures and will not vote
for him this -Fall.
Miss Anne Shannon Monroe will
speak in support of William Hanley
for United States Senator at Star Hall,
Sherwood, tonight at 8 o'clock. Miss
Nina Joy will sing. Miss Judith Joy
will play the accompaniments.
Mrs. Lucia Faxon Additon, Prohi
bition candidate for the Legislature
from Multnomah County, will speak at
the Swedish Baptist Church, Hoyt and
Fifteenth streets, at 2:30 today on the
"dry" Question. -
S. M. Calkins, County Commissioner
of Yamhill County, was in Portland
yesterday and , discussed the political
situation in his home county. He de
clared that the Republicans of Yam
hill are going to vote the ticket
straight this year and that Booth and
Withycombe will get a big vote.
"Our people are getting tired of this
nonpartisan' business," he said, "and
are beginning to realize that it doesn't
.pay for them to acatter their votes
around over the ticket for candidates
of other parties. They want Republi
cans to hold office and know'that the
cnly way they can accomplish that is
to vote for Republicans. So the whole
ticket is going to get the solid party
vote this Fall." v-.riy
"We Yamhillers believe that we have
the best county in the state and ap
preciate the work that Dr. Withycombe
has done to promote the interests not
only of our county, but of the entire
state. We are well acquainted with
him down our way, as his duties with
the Agricultural College in the last 1
years brought him into frequent con,
tact with us. We know what he can
do as head of the agricultural work of
the state and are Just as sure that he
will be a successful Governor that he
will be economical in his methods, wise
in his administration and fair and Just
J. V. A. Farnell, City Attorney of
Wheeler, Tillamook County, was a call
er at Republican state headquarters in
the Imperial Hotel yesterday. He de
clared that there is no question of the
result of the election so far as the
coast counties are concerned. Farmers
and dairymen are greatly dissaWsfied
with conditions under the Democratic
tariff and wll rebuke the Democratic
leaders by voting the Republican ticket.
C. N. McArthur, Republican candidate
for Congress in the Third, or Multno
mah County, District, and E. L. Ami
don, secretary of the Republican County
Committee, attended the weekly lunch
eon of the East Side Business Men's
Club yesterday. They appeared in pri
vate and not in . political capacities
The Democratic County Central Com
mittee will meet in its headquarters in
the Swetland building at 8 o'clock to
night to outline plans for the reman
ing five. weeks of the campaign.
O. C. Letter, campaign manager for
William Hanley, Progressive candidate
for United States Senator, has re
turned from the Pendleton Rnnnnn
Mr. Hanley, who accompanied him to
Pendleton, is working his way back to
Portland by easy stages. He wiii stop
in Gilliam, Sherman and Morrow coun
ties to do campaign work and will ar
rive nere later in the week.
Members of the Lincoln Republican
Club who have charge of the luncheon
to be given by that organization will
meet at lunoh at the Hazelwood restau
rant at 12 o'clock today and continue
arrangements for the forthcoming
event, at which they promise a number
of unique forms of entertainment, and
expect to have attendance of Republi
cans iron ail parts of the state.
A Bunnlng, a prominent farmer, of
Cornelius, was in Portland yesterday to
get some first-hand information on the
"Washington County will go strong
for Booth, Withycombe and the whole
Republican ticket," he said, "but we
who live near Cornelius will return an
xtra big plurality.
"You see. Dr. Withycombe used to
live near Cornelius and most of us
know him personally. He was a good
neighbor and a good farmer and his
old friends are going to give him their
At Medford some of the women sup
porters of William Hanley have or
ganized a Hanley club and propose to
be active throughout the campaign.
Mrs. John M. Root is president and Mrs.
Charles L. Schieffelin is secretary.
F P. Tichenor has been placed In
charge of the Democratic branch head
quarters that have been opened by the
state and county organizations at East
Morrison street and Grand avenue.
C. N. McArthur, Republican . Con
gressional nominee in the Multnomah
County district, expects to attend the
State Fair a few days this week. He
is taking a peculiar personal interest
in the fair this year, inasmuch as some
of his livestock from his Polk County
farm is entered in the prize ' competi
tions. "Pat" Is. developing his latent agri
cultural talents and says that next to
going to Congress his principal ambi
tion , is to become a real farmer.
"There is one man that I want to
vote for this year." remarked a fan at
the baseball game last- Sunday, "and
that is Tom Hurlburt, who is running
for Sheriff this year.
"Tom, you know, used to be a ball
player, and all of us who love the
National game ought to give him our
The fan's dope is'straight. all right,
as in the old days when the "Willam
ettes," a formidable East Side aggre
gation, flourished here Tom Hurlburt
was the star second baseman. Tom
Parrott, Jiggs Parrott and other popu
lar idols of the old days-were mem
bers of the same team. It is related
that Hurlburt, although not a regular
pitcher, was one of the first players in
the Northwest to master the curve ball.
East Portland was a separate city in
those days, and games between the
"Willamettes" and the "Stars," of ..the
West Side, were keenly contested.
Some of Hurlburfs .old ballplavinc
associates are- active in the effort to
insure him the solid euDDort of all
sport-loving voters in the county.
The Democratic state central "com
mittee has arranged to open branch
headquarters at various points over the
state. Grants Pass, Medford, Roseburg,
iugene, corvallis, Marshneld, Astoria,
Baker, Prineville. Klamath Falls. La
Grande, Pendleton and The Dalles are
among the places selected for branch
offices. The state branches will co
operate with the county organizations,
and -will be used for the distribution of
literature and the dissemination of
C. E. S Wnnri Win nYnn01 C.n.tn.
Chamberlain's "non-partisan" record at
the Puhliri T.ihrnrv loot ITpfilav ; .v.
will speak at Linnton next Friday
nigm. ie win talk- in support of Wil
liam Hanley, Chamberlain's Progressive
opponent. On the same night Emmet
Calahan will snea.lc in Kimnnrt nt uDn.
ley at the Public Library.
R. A. Booth was in La Grande yes
terday, and will continue his campaign
work for the next few days in Union
and Wallowa counties.
Dr. Withycombe was in Vale and On
tario yesterday, and will be in Baker
today. Baker Republicans have ore.
pared elaborate entertainment for him.
the women's advisory committee, of the
ncpuimcan state committee. Is making
active efforts fni th nvo-.ni.ntlnr. ..
sub-committee of women in every coun
ty or tne state, sne is in direct com
munication with several Republican
women in each county, and is receiving
'It Will hA U nilstfnn rx nnlw
days until we are thoroughly organized
iu n.un oi vregon s a counties," she
said yesterday. "We expect to do some
effective work In nRqUtinv th roo-nio.
state and county organizations."
j.ne women s advisory committee has
completed arrangements for the "Fill
the Emntv Ttin r.r Poil" IimikAnn
given at the Multnomah Hotel at 12
o'clock Friday. Most of the party can
didates on Dotn tne state and county
tickets will be present-
Fred Hollister. Democratic candid
for Congress in the First Oregon Dis
trict, is preparing to "carat" at the
State Fair in Salem this week, Hollis
ter is making an active campaign, but
even his supporters admit that he has
little chance to defeat W. C. Hawley,
the Republican incumbent.
J. S. Dellinger, editor of the Astorian,
at Astoria, was in Portland yesterday
and inquired into the local political
"We are too busy with our improve
ment and development down at As
toriaj.' he said, "to give much attention
to politics. We have more than 2000
men at work on the new municipal
docks, the Astoria seawall and the
North Bank docks at Flavel. It is not
hard to see that the Republicans will
carry Clatsop County. Booth and
Withycombe will receive strong sup
"Clatop County people are giving
more attention to some of the initia
tive measures than they are to the can
didates for office. There are two meas
ures against which the county will
vote almost solidly. One is the bill to
give the state title to all our tidelands,
which would invalidate most of our
titles now held in good faith by pri
vate persons, and the other is the uni
versal eight-hour bilL We realize that
passage of either one or' both of these
measures would do damage-that would
require many years of patient effort to
To explain how the party in power
at Washington Is to be held responsi
ble for what happens in Congress, Mrs.
Jessie Hardy etubbs, chairman of the
press committee of the Congressional
Union for Woman's Suffrage, will con
duct a series of "chalk talks'.' In her
headquarters at 344 Pittock block. The
first talk will be given tomorrow after
noon, and the second one Thursday
evening. During the rest of the cam
paign she will endeavor to give one
afternoon and one evening talk each
week when bookings outside of Port
land will permit.
GERMAN "EXTRAS" SMALL
Newspapers From Stettin Printed on
One Side Orily.
Additional evidence of - the economic
effect of the war in Germany was re
ceived in Portland yesterday' by H.
Wolf. of H. Wolf & Sons, cloth
ing manufacturers, 'of Portland, in
two copies "of recent German "ex
tras." The papers are from Stet
tin, where the General Anseiger
and the New Stettin Zeitunsr are dud-
lished. . One is nine and a half inches
lonf and seven inches wide, printed
on one side only. The other is about
11 inches wide and eight Inches long.
One tells of the fall of the forts at
Namur before the German artillery and
the other of the German "victory at
4araur ana juongwy.
PRESCRIPTION INVOLVE 4
Myrtle Point Doctors and DruggUt
Accused of "Wet" Orders.
MYRTLE POINT, Or., Sept. 28. (Spe
cial.) Three practitioners and a drug
gist of this city have been Indicted
for alleged issuance of liquor prescrip
tions. The aocused men are Dr. L. G.
Johnson, president of the Commercial
Club; Dr. M. O. Stemmler, Dr. J. L.
Masson, a veterinary, and -if. G. w.
Perkins, a druggist. -
All four men have been served with
warrants and have been notified to
appear for trial in the September term
i ' . I . I '
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SEKVK'E at reasuuabl. pnc.s.
Pacific Title it Trust Co., Ch. ot m.
JC. STrlPHAN Heiusutchiog and sc.:loplng,
accord side pleat, buttons covered, guodl
sponged; mail orders. ;ibS Alder. M. UJiJ-i.
Ato.-jAYJKK8 AN1 AN'ALVSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OKK1CJS, 142ft iiii. Gold.
siivor and piatluum bougnt.
G1LBEHI 4t HALL, successors Wells st Co.,
UJU to 613 Couch bids;.. lrU 4th. Main 7150.
J. R. GKEENf'IELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul
tation free. New office, 7u7,'7o8, 701 tiell.
Ingbldg. Main 4U3. Open evenings.
TVM. M. LAFOKCB,
Counsellor-at-lLjiw, :ao Faiilng 31dg.
NORTHWEST RL'G Ct. Kuarom old oar
pen, rag rugs, lea Kast Ktn. Both phones.
tfctHLOli) bUITU.XS, UAUUEa.
THE 1HWIS-HODSO.N COMPANY.
2 Sth st. phone Main :iJ and A 126.
HAND-TAINTED china for sale, orders
taken, lessons GOc. tilil Gliaan at.
William, Estelle and William, Jr., Devenv,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors, 302 Geriinger bidg., S. W. cornet
2d rnd Alder, phoue Main 13U1.
;HlHOJVODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hillu Offices, Flledner bids. Main 3-478.
DR. M'MAHON. lil 4th Cnronic cases. IS
treatments glO; others less. Main
CLEANING AMI PRESSING.
DKESti SUITS for rent; we press o&s suit
acU week for 11.60 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
809 Stark St.. bet, sth and oth. Main 614.
COAL Hoselyn Cascade bituminous coat.
' Portland & Suburban Coal Co., wholesale
or retail. Phone Main 41H; A 41
Accounts, notes, judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." short Adjustment Co,
bU N. W. Bank bldg. phone Main J74.
NETH c CO.. Worcester bid. Main 1TJH
No collection, no charge. Hstauiished 1UU0.
PROa WAL WILSON Waltz, hesitation,
one-step. two-step, schottische; lessons,
2uc, morning, afternoon, eve. ; guarantee 10
teaoh anybody who walks how to dance.
Sth St., bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private
lessons. tJ; 3 classes, pnone Main US7.
MH. and Mrs. Heath's Academy Dancing
taught in all lta branches- olass Mon. and
Frl., eve.. 7 to ; assembly alter; lessons
dally, aaiyj Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 3ia.
R. M. Wade & Co., 322-2li Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE Al IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire c Iron Wks., 2d aud Columbia.
AlTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRU1LLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d It
13ALLOU it WRIGHT. 7lu and oak ats.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & omnlbut Transfer, Park & Davis.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES Si SUPPLIES.
UALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts. ,
Royal Bakery 4c Conf.. Inc., 11th and Everett.
BREWER AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHAKD. 13lh and Burnslde.
CASOARA BAKK AND (.RAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 1U1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe & Co., 46 Fourth street.
COFFEE. TEAS AND SPICKS.
CLOSSET & DEVEKS, 1-11 N. Front St.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER CO.. 207 Ash SC
StnhbP Electrical Co., 6th and Pine sts.
Albers Eros. Milling Co., Front A Marshall.
WADHAMS O.. M1I-7S Fourth street.
TWO FAIRS INVITE
Portland Day at Salem and
The Dalles to Draw.
RAILROAD RATES ARE CUT
Special Features of Week. Arranged
for Pate When Crowds From Me
tropolis Are Expected Clubs
Plan to Go Early.
Loyal residents ofTortland will have
an opportunity to choose between two
fairs this week, for Thursday is Port
land day at the Oregon State Fair at
Salem, and Friday is Portland day at
the "Wasco County Fair and Rodeo at
The Dalles'. Special round-trip rates
are being" offered by transportation
companies to both cities and several
thousand are expected to make at least
one of the journeys.
Both fairs offer attractive induce
ments to visitors and many will choose
to go to both.
Southern Pacific and Oregren Elec
tric lines are offering round-trip tickets
to Salem on Portland day for the one
way fare of 1.60. The regular sched
ules will be In effect, but special cars
will be run and some of the trains will
go in two sections. The O.-W. B. & N.
is offering the round trip to The Dalles
for (3.40, trains leaving the Union
Depot at 7:45 and 10 A, M. and return
ing early in the evening. The Port
land Commercial Club delegation will
leave-in the parlor car on the 10 A. M.
The Harrlman Club, of Portland, is
planning to attend the State Fair on
Thursday in a special train, made up
of the latest type of steej cars. Be
tween X000 and 14QQ employes will go.
The train will be parked on the fair
grounds for exhibition.
Badges and hotel reservations may
be secured at the offices of C. C.
Chapman, secretary of the Commercial
Some of the biggest events of the
State Fair will be held on Portland
day, including the 2:12 trot for a purse
of 2000. The Coos Bay band will give
a special concert and there are numer
ous other attractions, which are listed
in he programme, as follows:
' Forenoon 8, gates open and all depart
ments in full operation; 9, children's play
grround "open; 9, eugenics, babies examined
from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. ; 10, James I. Davis,
bee demonstration: 10:30, Boyd & Ogle's one
ring circus; 11, band concert.
Afternoon 1 to fi, entertainment, audi
torium educational building; 1:15, band con
pert, grandstand; l:Su, races, -year-oId
pace, puree $600; 2:13 trot, purse. $200t; 2:15
pace, purse $700; fourth heat, relay race,
$1600: 2. Boyd A Ogle's one-rinx circus:
, .0, concert, auditorium new "pavilion; 2,
James I. Davis, bee demonstration.
.Evening 7:30. 'entertainment by students
of University of Oregon. Eugene, auditorium
educational buildlns; 7:30 band concert,
vocal solo, Iiallie Parrlsh Hinges, Audito
rlHim, new pavilion; g:13, Boyd & Ogle's
The diversified resources of "Wasco
County will be shown in the agri
cultural and horticultural exhibits at
the fair, while a touoh of excitement
will be added In the. Wild West at
tractions pf the rodeo. There will be
a street carnival, with street dancing
and such picturesque revelry on the
highways of The Dalles In the even
ing. Church to Have Card Party.
The Catholic Church and school ef
Capitol Kill will give a card party
DR. A. W. KEENB. Majestlo Theater bldg.,
3ulte Washington at. Marshall 805.
EVE. EAR, NQ.-B AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted Dr
F. F. Casseday, 617 Uekum bl.. Bd Wash.'
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds ot repair
ing and rewinding; ail work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Ifilectrlc Co., 21 First SU North.
Phone Main 910.
IKED MX ABLE.
TEAMING, hauling, excavating; sales sta
ble. A. p. Morse, 834 Front. Main U730.
tOlXDBY ANU MACHlXii VVOBK.3.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing aud enlarging, f IKU At &IARK
HAM CO., 313 Washington at.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or aoid.
United Film Co., liiio d st. J
PIANO studio, 2tiU 14th at. S. ; arrangements
made for practicing. Phone Main aaua.
Emil Thielhorn, vlulia teacher; pupil Sevcik.
207 Fliedner bldg. A 41ou, Mar. 102!).
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. o04 Oregonian bldg.
A FIGHT on high pricea
iy S& to lt tor a
glasses when I can
w at your-
your- eves with first-
quality lenses, gold-nlled frames, as low
as L60 7 Goodman, 191 Morrison St., near
briOtfe Satislaction guaranteed.
DR. GEORGE R. WELLS, 632 Morgan bldg.
Hours 2 to 0 P. M.. and by appointment.
Oi flee Marshall- 301; res. Marshall IKio.
DR R. B. NorthVup, itot Morgan bldg. cor.
Broadway and Washington streets. Office
phone Main 349; residence. East loa.
T. J. GEISLER, Atfy-at-Law, 503 Henry
Wm. C. Schmidt, Eng. and Draftsman.
R. C. WRIGHT 2J yeara'"-practice u7s.
and foreign patents, tug Dekuin bldg.
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts la f earner
dyeing, cleaning and remodel
ing, mounting biros of paradise
our specialty. "THE PLUMal,"
2ja Morgan bldg. Main. 4ous
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HAIR GOODS. -
PORTLAND HAIR GuODS ,m.
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEK5l BLD3.
HATS AND '"CAPS.
THANHAUSLJH HAT CO.. 66-65 Front it
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND AUKS.'
KAHN BROS.. 1U1 Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
East End of Burnslde Bridge
6XE1. STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES,
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLBo,
LKATUER AND SHOE STORK SUPPLIES.
CHAS. I. MASTIC ac CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps. mfg. findings.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
F. B. MALLORY & CO., 231 Pine street.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co., aa Fifth" su
PRADSHAW BROS. Morrison and 7th sts.
Thursday right at 8 o'clock at the new
parish school. The proceeds will go to
the school fund.
THRESHER STARTS BLAZE
Fire In Stubble of Farm Xear Baker
Involves Loss of Separator.
BAKER. Or.. Sept. 28. (Special.)
Sparks from a threshing machine en
gine did severe damage on the Mrs.
Luther Ison farm yesterday. The thresh
ing outfit was owned by Thornton Stur
gill, and the Mrs. Ison farm is run by
F. S. Johnson and son and Bert Mer4n.
The sparks started a blaze in the
stubble at the separator and the straw
stack. Ira McCullough saw the flames
end pulled the engine to safety, and
the men fought tho fire with water,
Backs and "other improvised methods.
The separator was destroyed, but the
feeder and most of the belts were
saved. The loss to grain was slight,
but a number of sacks belonging to
Dr. Ison and Mr. Melvin were lost.
The separator was protected by in
surance. HOMELESS CATTLE TRAVEL
Animals Loosed by Railway Wreck
Pursued by Officers of Line.
BAKER, Or., Sept. 28 (Special.)
From all parts of the Eumpter Valley
are coming in reports that cattle, which
escaped from the wreck on the Sumpter
Chamber of Commerce Building
PUNIWAY. RALPH H. Main 1B35
VINCENT, S. D. CO, Main 1054 819
KEA3BY. DORil K, at CO., Mala 8,.a
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROS.. Main 84M. ......... I0J
WALLER. yBAMt I Main li21i lull
Lewis Building '
LTJCTCB. W. W. Marshall 44 S1S.X17
Mortgage Lotto s.
BAIN, J.OHN.AlA Mi pi io,
i:th v j (aXf -. ,
GRAHAM. SIDNh.1 J Main STT52. .ft09-7-
KIMBALL. UENKt M Mar. OHO S4
MALAHKKY. cKaHKuOK DIBBLE,
Main 1601, A 5212 1&OO-1303
STOTT Ac COLLI KH, Marshall 5078. .t8-l
M'CREDip BILLiARDB. .. ....Second 71oot
1JETCALP. UTW Marshall 2432.. ..Ill)
RAINST. J. a.. Marshall 81TT 104
WAGGONER, GEO. B ........SOU
SLAbSQK. A, p Maa .... .1911
. II A.ulaKMEKT8t
PORTLAND-WOOD PIPE CO. Faotory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 4.
BtBBEB STAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKi
231 Wash. St. Phone Main 710 and A 3710.
SEWING MACHINES, new, all makes. $20
up; used machines, $2 up, and guaran
teed, renting and repairing. Main 8121.
Sewlnf Machine Emporium. ISO 3d, near
. SHOE) REPAIRING.
SHOES HALF SOLED
in li) minutes
while you wait.
New York Bhoe Repair Co,
243 a Alder bl.
SHOWCASE, BANK STORK 'L.VIL'RES.
MARSHALL. MFG. CO., luth and Flanders
New and old. window display and cabinet
FOR reasonable pricea see Western Fixture
t Showcase Co., 411 N. 10th. Mar. 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor. 15th
and Kearney sts., Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos- and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-prouf rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipments, vans for mov
ing, - reduced, freight rates on household
goods -to and front East In tnrough can.
Main &t4u, all ciepartmenta.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO..
New fireproof warehouse with separate
room. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans aud teams tor moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage, office and warehouse liltn and
Hoyt sts. Main 647, A 2247.
p. O. PICK Transfer at Storage Co. Offices
and commodious 4-slory brick warehouse,
separate Iron room and fireproof vaults
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment; speoial ratea made on goods
in our tlirough cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Malu &sv, A 24.
11th and Everett Sts.
. Pianos and household gooda moved,
packed and shipped, reduced fi eight rates
on all household gooda to and from East,
through car service. Main 703, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GJlsan St..
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 66 or A 1149.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracka. Lowest
Insurance rates in city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office, 189 Madison; general merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phono Mam 7L.
GRE E. and dry slabwood; blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main &720. A 6as.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire A Iron 'Vks., 2d and Columbia
u,..,-1 Ait WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 106 First street.
W. P. Fuller & Co., 12th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSsKN at CO.. Kd and Taylor streets.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
. lilvLl.-M,, B-4-BO Front St.
PI l'lltlV,l AJI. L.-r..L... . r ....a. ....
, ...... 0jc.-.-ib st r rur.at
llflVTI.'l,U . . . ..... I ..... ....
P. W. BALTEd ni CO., 1st aq Oak sta
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVER DING 6: FARRELL. 140 Front at
HOPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland cordage Co.. 14th. and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
.SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. p. FULLER Sc CO.. 12th and Davis.
Portland Iron Works, 14th and Northrop.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMHIA SUPPLY CO., 66 Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d St.
WHOLBSAI45 JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
UrTTEHH-lEn f:ROS. MOHAWK "RI.LM1
Valley Railroad last Thursday, are to
be seen, and the railroad officers are
now organizing a miniature roundup to
gather In the homeless animals.
In the vicinity of McUwen the farm
ers have started out looking: for the
animals and are reporting- success, but
there are still a groodly number of the
beef cattle wandering- around.
The ' right of way has been cleared
and there is no further trouble as a re
sult of last Thursday's smashup, which
for a time seriously hindered traffic
over the line.
BAKER MAYOR IN RACE
Amendments to Charter Also Are to
Be Voted On at Election.
BAKER, Or.. Sept. 28. (Special.)
Mayor C. I. Palmer and Commissioner
George W. Henry filed their nomina
tion petitions with City Recorder Cun
ning this morning. The petitions have
been filled for the past two weeks.
Aside from the election of city of
ficers there are two amendments pro
posed for the electors! voice. Ona of
these would cut the salary of the Mayor
Hum mv to fiauu a year and that of
Commissioners from $2000 to $1200;
while the other, by adopting the man
ager plan, would substitute an entirely
different form of city government.
The election will be held November 2,
the day before the general election.
The only raiaeaM aadertaklng establlaa
tnent la Portland with, private driveway.
Main . A 16a.
J. P. FINLBY SON. '
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. KDWAMD ROLMAN, the leadlna
funeral director, 22o Third street corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1611 Mala 6ol.
F. S. DUNNING, INC,
East Slda Funeral Dlrectora. 414 Kaat
Alder St. East 62. B 2525.
A. K. ZSLLER CO.. SU2 Williams ava
East 1088, C luso. Lady attendant. Lay
and night service. '
e.?1?1?:.0 M-ENTEE. funeral dlrectora,
Tth and Pine. Phone Mala -too. Lady ax
tendanu Office of County Coroner.
K. T. BYKNKS. Williams ave. and KnotC
aju, iwfl. 4,toj attendant.
P. L. LEHCU. Kaat IKK .nrf i. . ...
Lady assistant. East 78L
SKEWIiS IJiDEaiAKINO COMPlNTld
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
MARTIN FOKBSS CO, florists, iil
Washington. Main 289 A 136U. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLAKKE BHOS.. designers and' decorators;
fresh cut (lowers, groat variety. Morrison.
bet. 4th and 6tn. Main or A 1808. -
PEOPLES FLORAL ISHOP. 2d and Aider
Designs and snrays. Marshall SWUa,
MAX M SMITH. Main 7216. A 8UL Sail.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Coatalniuic 33u Acres,
Portland' Oaly Madrrs
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Refined. Plessisg Service
Complete. Perfect Equipment.
Pricea and Terms Reasonable.
WERNER In this olty. Sept. 18. Mra C P
Werner, of Carson Heights. Remains are at
Hoiman's funeral parlors. Announcement
of tuneral later.
KERR la Stoux City. September !4. 1914!
Lennah F. Bain, wife of . Charles Kerr.
- formerly of this city. ugsne paper please
1 HE1L1G (
Main X. A lit.
TONIGHT 8:15 vl""
BARGAIN II 0 Tnmnrrnu. $L00. 76c.
mm. luiuuiiun soc,35c.Sc
THE COMEDY. SUCCESS.
KITTY Mac KAY
A lava story with a laugh in evary line.
Eve. and Sat. Mat. Lower floor tl.&O.
Bal. $1. 75c. oOc. Gallery. 35c, 2uc
IS Aw FC g. Maia'VA3S.
-m. J Geo. L. Baker.
Home of the Famous Baker Players. Tonight.
All-week. Mats. "Wed., gat. The powerful
modern drama of domestic life.
"THE FAMILY CUPBOARD."
SeTen months la New York. Never before
seen in this city. Evening prices: 25e, 85c,
iOc. 75c; boa. L Hat. Mat.. 2.1c. 50c; box
seats, 75c Wed. Mat., all scats (except
box), 55c. Next week '''Little Miss Brown."
HATINEE DAILY 230
B roadway at Alder Street.
WEEK SEPT. 2li. "The Fountain of Youth,"
with Miss Ethel Davis and Company, in
cluding her famous Baby Doll Chorus;
Miller, Packer and Selz, Chester Kingston,
Taylor aud Arnold. "The Village Priest,"
Underwood 4fe Cnderwood War Kei-vlce, Mu
tual WabUIu TlAdia a ,1 . t i .- r-, .tmr Kul.-nnv
Speats reserved by phone. Main 4630, A 23tl.
lO Big Features lO
CONTINUOUS Afternoon. 1:3 to 6:3.
meat. ti:;iO to 11:00; Sundays. 1 :u0 to ll:vo.
P -RICES Afternoons, 10c and 15c
N'i-hta. 15o and 25c
EXTRA The Great Adams, Astroiogist
Psychic. I.vrie Musical fomedv I'um r.an v In
"Dr. Dlppy's Sanitarium." Continuous per
formances nightly commencing at 7:(t. Mat
inees daily, 2;3n. Tuosday night. "Country
store." Friday night. Chorus ulrls' Contest.
Commencing Monday, October S. and every
wionoay i Hereafter. lseli-;a-H!ttle MirM
SEPT. 28 to OCT. 3,
Every day a feature. Reduel
retes on all lines. For informa
Frank Meredith. Secretary.
Cor. Vauitbn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
SEPTEMBER 28, SO, OCTOBER 1, 2, 3, 4.
Unmen Ilojria Weekdays at 3 I'. M.t
Sundays, 2i3Q P. SI.
Ladles' Days Wednesday and Friday.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
UmiXy and AuaUajr.
One time ... -,.,..Je
few 111 e IMl tWO CtlOMCUtiv tlDIH .j
tMttue ai turee cunaieeuMva timet, ...... .tt4
baiue ad mkx. r kevn eunttecuilva times. .Je
- lUt above raitew apply to advertisteineai
under "New loua" aud all oliie cIubauu;.
tiou except tiie lullowuif :
bit'iaiioua anted -Jlaie,
bituatiuu UsUitni i-euiMlt,
lor Kant, houuu, l'rivalo Famllle,
Kotiai aud Uoaru, frivata amilia.
Cat va tiie aDuve clatuUi:aUiii la 3 canta
a tiuti each inrtUa.
On tiart,e" aUvertlKemenf ciiarice will
be bated on tbe number of line appearinjc
la tna paper, recaxdloa of tUe number of
word Lu cacb line. M''Mi"! cIuuko (a
lite Orrsonlan will aeeept rlanalfied ad
TerLUemenitt over tbe telrphoiie, provided
the advertiser in m aubsaeriber to either phooa,
o urices will be quoted over tbe piiouo, but
bill will bo rendered the following day.
Whether fcubaMM. ueut advertfseiuents hvlll oe
accepted over the phone dtp end a upon the
profiiplue of payment of telephone adver
tibeuieiitM. isituatloue Wanted and sfereoaal
adverthaiuiente will not ha aueepied over tbe
telephone. Order for one Insertion only t.lii
be accepted for "ItuDUure for bale," "ffual
aene OpportonitleM," "Uoomlnff-houeee, aud
"Wanted to Keat."
1 be Oregon. an will not frnaraotee aeenracy
ar eeuuie rekponitibillty for -error ouvurrutic
lit telephoned advertiaeineata.
AdverlUementM to receive prompt clanaifU
ration tuucit be la The Orasonlan office be
fore 0 o'clock at ulght. except baturday.
Clonins: hour for The Sunday Ores un lan will
be . :i0 o'clock Saturday uiejht. Tbe office
will be open until 10 o'clock 4. M-, aa
and all ada ret'eived too late for proper
clntislikration will be run under heaulna
Too Late to ClaMtdfy."
The Oreeroclan will not be reipontble for
mere than one incorrect Ineertlon of aay ad
verthusuient offered for more than one time.
HOWARD In thle city. September 23.
Charles Harding Howard, of 2i5 Ivy atreet,
Kd 6d year. Remains are at the reel,
dance eetabliahment of J. p. Finley & bon,
Montgomery at i'ifLlu Notice of luneral
BCHAPF Sptembr 2i, N'icholaa Sohaff,
awed 22 yeun, beloved brother of Jacob
Schaff. Remain at Dunning & McEntee
parlors. Notice of funeral later.
OXEART September 17. Nell A. O'Leary.
aged 35 years, late of Woodburn, Or. Re
mains at Dunning A McKntee'a parlors.
Notice of funeral later.
FUXE RAIN OTI CES.
FOSTER Sept. 2T, at 9S Eaat 12th atreet
Nortn. Orren Av. Foster, aged 53 years,
beloved husband of Catherine Foster, and
father of Edith M. and Orren Foster, Jr.,
of Portland, and Luther A. Foster and
Mrs. Luella Fleenor, of Halfway, Or. The
funeral services will be held from the
aoov residence today (Tuesday), Kept, 29,
at 10 A. M. Friends Invited. Interment
Rose City Cemetery. Remains at A, R.
Zeller Co.'j parlors. f
TORANQO In this city, September 27, at
his late residence, 148 Boundary avenue,
Joseph ToranKo, aged 47 years, husband
of Mrs. Roia Toranto, and father of Henry
J. and Earl N. Toranpo, and the late Mrs.
Mabel Stone. The funeral services will be
held Wednesday. September 30, at 0
o'clock A. M., at St. Lawrence Church, cor
ner Third end Sherman streets. Friends
Invited. Interment at Mount ticott Park
SEMLER In this city, Sept. 27, at St. Vin
cent's Hospital, Dr. Paul J. A. Semler.
Friends invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at the Portland Social
Turn Verein (the Deutsche House), 13th
st., between Main and Jeffersou ets., at
2 P. M today (Tueiday). 8epu 2ft. Inter
ment Rtverview Cemetery. Remains are at
Holiftau's Funeral Parlors.
MANN In this city, September 2fi, Emma
Isabell Mann, aged 4a year a, daughter of
Mrs. P. Matson. Funeral service will be
held today (Tuesday), September 20, at U
P. M., from Erlcson's undertaking parlors,
Twelfth and Morriaon streets. Friends re
spectfully invited. Interment family plot,
AIBEK In this city, September 27, George
R. Albee, aged 10 years, son of Mayor and
Mrs. H. R. Albee. The funeral services
will be held today (Tuesday), at 3 o'clocTc
P. M., at the Westminster Presbyterian
Church, corner East Seventeenth and
Schuyler streets. Friends invited. Inter
ment at Riverview cemetery,
JACKSONJ The funeral services of the late
Captain Rhees Jackson, U. 5. Armv, will
be held at tbe Armory, iftth at., between
Couch and Davla, at 2 P. M. today (Tue
day), Sept. 29. Friends invited. Interment
In Riverview Cemetery.
THE funeral services of the late Dr. Paul
J. A. Sumler- will take place at the
Deutaches Hoflse. Tuesdav. September 110,
at 2 P. M. Interment, Riverview Ceme
tery. Friegda invited.,
WILLAMETTE I.ODOE. XO Z.
A. F. A D A. M. A special -meeting
will be held at Masouio
Temple. Tuesday. September 29. '
at 9:S0 A M., to conduct the
funeral of our Int. hpth.." Or.
ren V. Foster, of Hailman Lodge. No. 331.
rmsuurs. jrwu ay order or w. M.
.W. 3. WEEKS, Eeo.
A. A-l A. S. "RITE,
OREGON CONSISTORY. NO. I.
Regular meeting - in Memorial
Hall. Scottish Rue Cathedral.;
this evening at 8 o'clock. '
MASTER OF KADOSH.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO.
111. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this Tuesday)
evening at T::i0, Masonic Tempie.
Work In the E. A. degree. Visit,
ing brethren welcome.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary.'
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. 139.1 '
A. F. AND A. M. Special corn
s' ...... miu.i i uvaud; otriimg
T -7:S0 o'clock September 1914.
. Masonio Temp!e. Wvst Side. Drill.
W. P. A.NDRL'S. Secretary. "
THE SOCIAL, CLUB OF PORT
LAND CHAPTER NO. 07. O. E. -will
irive a dance and card party
this iTuesday) evening at 334 Rus
sell street. Members and friends
are invited. VIOLET HULSTuN, Seo.
PORTLAND .SOCIAL-TURN VEREINi
The funeral services of our late member Tur
ner. Dr. Paul J. A. Semler, will l held at
the German House. 13th, near Main, Tuesday
at 2 P. M. Members are requested to attend.
DR. F. H. DAM M ASCII. Pres. .'
At Baker's Auction House, 166-1C8 Park
at. Furniture, rugs. etc. Sale at 10 o'clock. .
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
7 GUAM) AVK., N,
Between Davis and Kvtrrlt
Pbouea tMnt 143, U Open Day 1
Report all raaea of cruelty to this office.
Lethal chamber for email animals, iiorse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one ds '
siring a pot may communicate with. us.
r IMIMIOVKU C1TV I'KOPHltTY.
Money available within 24 hour after
receipt ot abttlract. O and 7 lcr teat
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northwestern Ilssk Hide.
V estern Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Kates.
FAUM A 11 CITY LOANS,
80 Fourth St., Hoard of Trade Uldc
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Katas.
JOHN E. CH0NAN
90 Spaldlnjr til da;.. Part la ad. Or.
. REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
J. H. NASH, 73 Cliamber of Commerce
bido., pays cash for rva.1 estate and sella
on easy terms and exchange.
PALMER-JONES CO.. if. P 404-400 -4U6
BKCK, William G., 315-316 Failing bids.
EKNKDlCT BROS.. &30 Hawthorne avenue.
JKNMNG Ac CO., Main 20d Oregoman.
For Sale Lota.
QUARTER acre fur $oD0. Jlo down, S3 a
month, located on the Wear Side, 0c tare.
15 minutes' car ride; Ideal for -a home
where you can raise all your vegetable. -berries,
chickens, etc, which is the greater
part of your living. M. iu. Lee, -J Cor
WILL sell lot 6. block 51, Laurelhurat Ad-'
dition for $ 1 lhhX Take second mortgar
responsible party who will build. Apply
owner, K. Bru, 76d Seventh avenue, ban
FUlTfiALE Irving-ton Tot, 50x100, east
laclns on 10th at. ; maple and fir shade
trees in rear; bargain for u.ulclc sale.
Phone O 213 or Kast 123.
f 2'o WILL buy two lots in Willamette
Add.; street improvements pit id. A 44.
For fMile Uracil I'roperfy.
For sale or runt, S-room house on "G"
at., 50 feet from boardwalk; view of ooean
from lower or upper porcnes.
. Lot 00x100; rent 15 per month. Inquire
at Mrs. Jety's ral ebtata office or at resi
dence of Mr. Groan, Seaside, Or.
Anyone wishin tu buy address James
Dutty, tseatue, or.
For bale Uuowt.
SliOO UN OK II value ; dandy 6-room house
and two lots. Piedmont district, block
from Union ave. ; lots are worth prloe
asked: $000 cash and lifetime on balance;
for a homo or speculation it can't be beat;
I must raise money at once. X 2VH, ure
ponian. " ONLY L0 PKR MONTH T
For this fine, modern G-rooin buncalow;
small payment' down; auto or lot accepted
on f irttt payment; full lot, built-in con
veniences; good location; bargain price;
no agents. A M. i.'Q7. ort-goniaii.
ABdOLUTli BARGAIN RESTRICTED-'
New, swell home, $;i050 $200 cash. 7
rooms, fireplace, furnace, Dutch kitchen,
a bedroouus, large double living-room,
elegant plate glass buflet, oak floors; 20
minutea to city. Phone Tabor looo.
WILL sacrifice swell modern 2-famlly flat,
fi and 6 rooms, worth $8000, now $39H;
$1000 down and $25 per month; waikung
distance on K. Yamhill st. See owner, 171
K. 23d at. Pnone iast t4.
KtiSilUL'TKli Jlt 1 1UU 1.
S-room cozy home, $3150. $10 cash;
ust built. 17 minutea from city, fire
place, elegant oak xioors, aweti nuiier ana
V,..llt 1-nni'Anioni'da t it UlpnsA l&rifXl
EAST FRANKLIN ST. tnap; fine 7-room
modern houb?, 4 bedroorna, furnace; a. big
snap at $300', $250 down. $15 per month;
near adth. Make an offer.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 141. Marshall 2.
F.AST Lincoln st., snap ; fine S-room house.
cor lot 4090, 1 block to car. A. big snap
at $2200. $ih down and $15 per month.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414 Coroett Bldg. A 1410. Marshall 32
NEW 7-room, 1H -story modern house, one
blorlc from Arleta school; goes for $19oo;
4700 cash; house alone worth price asked.
Owner, 5511 Foster road. Archer place.
FOR SALE $2750, 6-room modern house
and lot electric lights and gas; will
trade $1450 equity for small house or
- acreage. J. 20H. Qregonlan.
8-ROOM house, choice location, with fruit
and flowers, good well, iron pump; 12 3
minutes from Postoffice, Price $t50,
terms to suit. See owner, 512 Piatt bldg.
b-RO--M thoroughly modern house, on East
Taylor, near 60 th; lot 45x1 :5 ; streets
paved and paid; price J3750 ; terms. Phone
Tabor 41M2. Owner.
j7s75 EAST TERMS; NICE HOME.
Modern plumbing, electric lights, frtfit,
cement walks, near carline, schools. Box
FOR SALE The finest new home in Irving
ton, between Brazee and Knott; price
$ :h.K)0. F. E- Bow man & Co., Commercial
HOUSES Some fine bargains Irvington, W?a
than cost; for rent furnished and unfur
nished; also lots. Hast 273. W. H- Hard-
HOOD and Grover; 100x70, small house on
Inside lot. Any reasonable ofTer consid
ered. Terma. Ownef. 5703 71et St., S. E.
NEW S-room housf, full cement basement,
sun room and sleeping-poreh, in best part
of Laurelhurat: easy terms. Tabor 2h25.
WE will finance and build your home on
monthly payment. Call at office or phone
NEW modern 1.2 -room bouse, quarter block,
in Irvinston. Phone R. B. Rice, East 2432.
650 N EW 4-room houee, modern, $-5
down. 5310 year. Marshall 2432.
SELL or trade small bungalow 50x100, 7S3
E 72d N. Tabor 4S73.