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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914.
BANK PLANS RUSHED
John Perrin, of Pasadena,
Heads Western Board.
SEATTLE MAN DIRECTOR
So Time Yet Set for Call by Con
troller for First Payment of Sub
scriptions by Members to Cap
ital Stock Reserve Banks.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. Further steps
to hasten the opening of the Federal
Reserve Banks were taken today by
the Federal Reserve Board when it an
nounced the Class C or Federal direct
ors of the San Francisco and Dallas
banks. They are:
San Francisco John Perrin, Pasa
dena, Cal., Federal reserve agent and
chairman of the board of directors;
Claude Gatch, San Francisco, deputy
agent and vice chairman, and Charles
E. Peabody, Seattle, directors.
Dallas E. O. Tennison, Dallas, re
serve agent and board chairman; W. F.
McCabe, San Antonio, deputy agent and
vice-chairman, and Felix Martinez,
El Paso, director.
The Board tonight received a tele
gram from Pierre Jay, chairman of the
board of directors of the New York
bank, that Benjamin Strong, Jr., of
New Tork, had been elected g-overnor
of that bank.
No time yet has been set for the call
to be issued by .-the Controller of the
Currency for the first payment of sub
scriptions by members to the capital
stock of their reserve banks. The
Board probably will be' consulted be
fore this step is taken. No formal ac
tion has been taken by the Board to
fix the opening date for any or all the
banks. Some members favor Opening
the banks in central reserve cities as
soon as practicable, while others are
said to hold the opinion that all 12
should be opened on the same day.
Under the law the Secretary of the
Treasury has authority ,to set a day
for opening, but It was understood the
question would b ebroufrht formally be
fore the Board soon, and that Secretary
McAdoo would not set an opening day
for a few banks unless the plan was
supported Jy the Board.
Pledges of gold to the $100,000,000
gold pool to meet American obligations
to Europe have come in so rapidly that
the Board is confident that the amount
will be fully subscribed within a few
Designs for the new Federal reserve
notes have not all been approved, but
those for the new fives and tens are
ready. It is the plan to issue about
1250,000,000 of this money to the 12
reserve .banks to replace Aldrich-Vree-land
currency now in rironlatinn
$3500 POSTS VACANT
HOMK ECONOMICS AXU EDUCATION
AL. POSITION'S WILL, BE FILLED, .
Examlnitions for Other Government
Places Announced by Civil Ser
vice Commlwdon Secretary.
If you are a "specialist in home eco
nomics" and can pass the Government
Civil Service examination, there is a
possibility that you may be appointed
to a position in the Bureau of Educa
tion at Washington at a salary of J3500
This is one of several positions In the
Government . employment that are
named in a circular issued by T. V.
Hutchins. Civil Service Secretary, at
the PostofTice bulldlner, Portland. The
date of the examination for the "home
economics" post is October 27, on which
date examinations also will be held for
the following; v-
Ornamental iron worker, male, for a
position in the Bureau of Printing and
Engraving, Washington. D. C. salary
14.40 per diem; assistant in rural ed
ucation, woman, for a Josition in the
Bureau of Education, Washington. D.
C, salary $1800 per annum.
Other ex&minations and their dates
Junior physical chemist, November 3,
male, for a position in the Bureau of
.Chemistry, Washington, D. C, salary
$1800 per annum; specialist in agricul
tural education, male, for a position in
the Bureau of Education, Washington.
D. C, salary $3500 per annum.
Teacher of vocal music, Nevember 4,
woman, for a position in the Indian
Sen-ice, salary $600 to $720 per annum.
Complete information and application
blanks may be obtained from T. V.
Hutchina at the Portland Postofflce.
ALLEGED THIEF IS TAKEN
ALVA TAYLOR, SAID TO BE GEX.
TIEMAX BURGLAR," IS HELD.
Hotel Patma Saya Man Registered at
Benson Has Lobs List of Crimea
and Jailbreaks Against Him.
After eluding the authorities of nu
merous cities for several years, Alva
Taylor, alias A. W. Mooie, A. Walk
er. A. L. Wade, A. B. Allen, Charles
Travi3 and Harry Wells, was arrested
yesterday when a patron of the Hotel
Benson recognized Taylor's signature
on the hotel register and summoned the
Taylor is termed "A Gentleman Bur
glar," and his exploits are usually con
fined to eluding hotel detectives and
robbing hotel residents. Dressed in
fashionable clothes, with manicured
nails and polished manners, Taylor, it
is alleged, made himself acquainted
with his victims, showed them the
sights of various cities, in which he
operated, during the day time, and then
at night, it is charged that he robbed
A patron from Seattle recognized the
signature of "A. B. Allen" as having
been written by the same hand as a
similar alias at the Hotel Washington
-Vnnex, Seattle. That's the man who
robbed the Washington Annex," ex
claimed the guest, and Detectives Gris.
jm and Vaughn were called.
Taylor loudly protested when the of
ficers notified him that he was to be
taken to jail and threatened to bring
suit for false arrest. When asked his
business. Taylor said he was a profes
sional pool player and traveled from
city to city to engage in exhibition
Taylor, it is said, broke jail at Tulsa.
Okla.. more than two years ago. He
was arrested at that city and gained bis
freedom by assaulting the guard. Since
then, the police nay, he has been ar
rested many times and served short
terms in jail, but he never was recog
nized until yesterday as the man who
made the sensational escape at Tulsa.
To his victims. Taylor cosed as a
(wealthy tourist traveling because he
had nothing else to do. His-acquaint-nce
with nearly every city visited
made it easy for him to approach his
BLOTCHES ON FACE
Kapt Awake With Itching and Burn
ing. Face Was Pitted, Affected
Different Parts of Body. Cuticura
' Soap and Ointment Healed.
Newport, Ore. ' I was troubled with
pimples all my life. They were the kind
that came under the skin In big red blotches.
I was kept awake night after night with the
itching and burning. My face was pitted.
Bcsema also affected different parts of my
body and I would scratch till the skin was
ail raw and sore.
" I took gallons of blood medicine without
doing any good. No xtevnal treatment
did me any good till I tried Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. The Ointment relieved the
itching the moment it was applied. I used
the Soap and Ointment steadily for three
months and they healed me." (Signed)
Mrs. B. A. Tozer, June 5, 1914.
UNSIGHTLY PIMPLES ON FACE
New Sharon. Iowa. "Two or three years
ago pimples began to come on my face and
I had dandruff. The pimples made a very
unsightly appearance. They were red and
numerous, some came to a head and festered
and the itching caused me to scratch them.
The dandruff on my headeould be plainly
seen. I used two cakes of Cuticura Soap
and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and
am sow free from pimples and dandruff."
(Signed) Clyde Firebaugh. May 11. 1014.
Samples Free by Mail
A single cake of Cuticura Soap (25c.) and
box of Cuticura Ointment (50c.) are often
sufficient when all else has failed. Sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Adrlrer
post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Tt-mtn-.
victims. He neer stopped at the same
hotel longer than one night and he al
ways registered under a different name.
The hotels and guests reported robber
ies every time Taylor stayed in their
The authorities at Tulsa have been
notified of Taylor's arrest and the
"Gentleman Burglar" will be held until
an officer arrives to return him. He
was arrested a few months ago in
Texas, but was released on condition
that he leave the city Immediately. It
was not known at that time, Taylor
being accused of picking pockets,
what the man's record really was.
Taylor, it is alleged, has an eastern
reputation for highway robberies and
WINNER OF BET LOSES
Chicago Man Says He Is Victim of
Fake Scheme Costing $1500.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1.' Frans Lindenman,
a German engineer and traveler, was
watching the war bulletins in Long
acre Square, New York, when suddenly
he seized a man near him by the neck
An officer ran up and arrested a man
who described himself, as Frederick
aFuscett, a ranch owner of San Antonio
lex. Lindenman charges him with ob
taining $1500 of his money by the wire
Lindenman told the police that on a
previous night while watching the war
bulletins he met Kauscett. who pro
fessed himself such an ardent pro-German
that Lindenman was charmed.
Later his new friend told him how he
could make a great fortune at the wire
tapping game. He says he went to
Albany with Fauscett, where, as is
usual in such cases, he met "the presi
dent and general manager of the West
The proposition they offered to beat
ing the races so attracted Lindenman.
he declares, that he put up all the cash
he had with him. $1500, and gave his
check for J350O more. An hour later
he was told that he had won $15,000,
but that the bet could not be paid until
the check was found to be good. The
three men then disappeared.
He stopped payment on the check and
returned to New York to hunt for Faus
cett at the spot where he met him.
Bryan's Chief Is Defendant.
SPRINGFIELD, Ills., Oct. 5. Ex
Governor John H. Osborne, of Wyom
ing, now First Assistant Secretary of
State at Washington, is the. plaintiff
in a suit called for trial in the Circuit
Court here today for the recovery of
$16,000 alleged to have been fraudu
lently secured in 1894, by John B.
Hunter and Cyrus Wheeland, of this
county, through the purchase of sevT
eral thousand sheep shipped from
Osborne's ranch in Wyoming to Chi
cago. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Oct. D. llailmum tempera
ture, 63.6 degrees. Minimum temperature,
52.5 degrees. River reading. 8 A. M.., 4.4
feet. Change in last 24 hours, .1 fall. To
tal rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.) none. To
tal rainfall since September 1, 1914, 4.16
inches. Normal rainfall since September 1,
2.38 inches. Excess of rainfall since Sep
tember 1, 1014. 1.78 Inches. Total sunshine,
10 minutes. Possible sunshine, 11 hours 28
minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea level)
5 V. M.. 29.SS Inches.
Des Moines. . .
Kansas1 City. .
Mars'nfletd . .
r.S'0.00 4'NE tcioudy
68.0.00 4 N Cloudy
ISO O.O0;12 SW Clear
74 O.OOp S E fCloudy
6SiO.HH g,M Clea
72O.01! 4 Nl? Cloudy
70 0.12jl0 NK Rain
56O.00 4 NE Cloudy
S0:.(X 8 XE 'Clear
34 0.64! S SE Snow
O.Otfi S E ICiear
TUO.OS'lOE 'Pt. cloudy
01 u.u n w Mjiouay
72 0.00 12 W Clear
! 6S0.01, NW Cloudy '
1 720.001 R NW Clear
82 0.00! 8 NE !Pt. cloudy
74 O.0O 12 SW iciear
56 0.10' S S .Cloudy
...! 72 Ok00;10NW Cloudy
1 82 0.00 4.N IPt. cloudy
...1 4S0.34! t SW Cloudy
i t 10.00! S W .Cloudv
...I 7vn.O0 4 N Cloudy
S2 0.lXi 4S 'clear
..'. 7f O.noiI SE jClear
1 rt 0.00 4 S K-leax
eo.o.uoi is Pt. cloudy
1 62U.U0 14 w Clear
...j "S O. on! 4 NWjClondr
I B4O.0U! 4-S .Cloud V
. . .1 B2 0.0"! 4 X Icioudy
; ."S0.00; 4,S Icioudy
1 S O.Of" 4 SE ICloudy
! 760.1S!..i Clear
... 6S0.141..I Clear
Sacramento . .
A weak i-.iKh-pressure area Is central over
the lake reclon. and the barometer Is rela
tivelv low ever Northern Colorado. During
the last 24 hours lisht rain has fallen along
the Oregon Coast, in Southeastern Idaho.
Montana, the t'pper Mississippi Valley, the
District of Columbia and eastern portion of
the. Gulf States. The changes In tempera
ture since yesterday have been unimportant.
The conditions are favorable for unsettled
weather In this district Tuesday, without
much, if any rain.
Portland ard vicinity Probably fair; vari
able winds, becoming southerly. .
Oregon Prorably fair: southerly winds.
Washington Fair, except rain near the
Coast: southerly winds.
Iflaho Probahty fair.
KDWARD A SEALS, District Forecaster
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Pf.OMPT SERVJCE at reasonable prices.
frscltlc Title & Trust Co.. 7 Cb, ot Com.
SC. 6TEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, aide pleat, buttons covered, goods
sponged; mail orders, aaa Alder, it. 3ia.
ASSAHiJlJi A NO ANALYSIS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 ad. Gold,
silver and plaunum bougut
GILBERT dt KAI.L. successors Wells & Co.,
W to tiia Couch Did.. to 4th. Main lloo.
J. K. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul
tau.u free. New otfices, 707, 70s, 7us tiell
Ing bidg. Main 4Mtf. Open evenings.
Wit M. LAfOKCS,
Counclllor-at-Law , zxo Catling Blag.
LINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Till ord blUg.,
o umo, uregon. fnone Main ttUftd.
C A KI LT H'KAVUib.
NOHIHWESI KUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rag ruga leg East btu. Botn paonea.
CELLULOID BC1TONS, tSADGLS.
S2 6th u Phone Main 312 ana A 154.
William, Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropoaista in the city
Parlors, 3ui Gerlinger blag., s. W. corner
2d and Alder. Pnone Main ISol
CHiHOPOoy 'and pedicuring. Mrs. M jj
nm. Offices. HUuner bltig. Main 84J3.
&R. M'iiAHO.N, 121 4th Chronic cases, 13
treatments S10; othera iaaa. Main aoa".
CLEANING AND PiUJdlJQ.
DKE3 SUITS for rent; we press oue suit
eua week for si.,u per muato.
UNIQUE lAli,OKINU CO..
3Q Stark iu, bet. 5ta and 6th. Main 614.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
Snort Metiiods." short Adjustment Co .
B2a N. W. Diet blag. PhoneMaln 874.
NETH & CO., WorCeeter bidg. Main 17t6
No collection, no ccarge. Established iktiu.
PROP. WAL WILSON Waltz, hesitation,
one-step, two-step, schottische; lesson
morning, afternoon, eve.; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks bow to dance
SO i 0th l, bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private
MK. and Mrs. Ueaili's Aoadasay Dancing
taught In ail its branches; class Mon. aua
Jri. eve., 7 to 8; asaembly after; ieesous
daily. 231 Murrison, cor. 2d. Mar. Sis.
DRkv Tf; KEENS, Majestic Theater bidg.,
331 Washington at. Marshall 3205.
R. M. Wade se Co.. Hawtnorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL IRE IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire et iroa Wks. 2d and Columbia.
'.AUTO AND MUGGY TOPS.
DUBRP1LLB BUGGY TOP CO.. 1400 2d St.
. AUTOMOBILE SCPI'IiES. "
BALLOU at WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sta
BAGGAGE CHECKED Af HOMJS.
Baggage at omnibus Transfer, Park &. Davla
B1CVCLES, MOTORC iXLES ti SUPPUS.
bALLOU 6c WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
Roysl Bakery oe lopI., inc.. 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HEXRYVV tlNhAKU, 18th and Burnside.
CASCARA BAKKvJkND GRAPH ROOT.
KAn. BROS., 1U1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe Co., S Fourth street.
COt FEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET It UEVERS, 1-11 N. Front St.
FLEISCHNER. MATER at CO., SOT Ash St.
Stubbs ' Electrical Co.. tith and Pine sta
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front A Marshall.
WADHAMS A CO.. -75 Fourth" street.
SHOW OFFICIAL GOES
O. I-i. FREVTAG TO DIRECT ALL
LAND EXPOSITION EXHIBITS.
Rogue Hirer Valley Display, Feature of
State Fair, Moved to Portland and
Others Soon Are Due.
O. 1. Freytagr, tv ho has been ap
pointed general superintendent of all
exhibits at the Manufacturers' and Larjd
Products Show, reached Portland from
Salem yesterday, and will take charge
Mr. Freytag has had charge of this
line of work for several years. In 1912
he installed and had charge of the
Oregon exhibit at the Minneapolis land
show of the Northwest Development
Lteague. Last year Mr. Freytagr as
sembled and packet! the Oregon exhibit
here for shipment to the Chicago land
The Rogue River Valley exhibit, a
feature at the OregoxlState Fair, was
moved to Portland yesterday afternoon,
and is the first exhibit to reach the city
for the coming land show. Other agri
cultural exhibits on display at the State
Fair will reach Portland the next 10
Clackamas County, winner of the first
prize at the State .Fair, will bring the
exhibit to Portland. It is the same dis
play that will be taken to San Fran
cisco for next year's international ex
position. The agricultural display this year
promises to set forth the soil products
of "the Northwest in a comprehensive
manner. Officers of the land show are
Es a Powerful
Influance in Bleed
Work With a Definite Pur
pose and Is a Known
There are some thinps in medicine that
are certain and definite. They do the
work. S. S. S. is one of these reliables
and is a known antidote for all blood
troubles. More than that, it is harm
less, for it does not hurt the stomach,
does not affect the bones and Joints, nor
does it alter the integrity of the nerves
and spine. But it does sweep through
the blood, a powerful, searching, cleans
ing influence, remarkable for results and
a tremendous relief to those who suffer
the humiliation of skin eruptions.
Nearly all sickness is due to sluggish
blood. And if you let S. S. S. bathe yonr
system with its wonderful influence your
nervous troubles, your wan, weary, faded,
listless. Hfeless body will revive and be
come so renewed with the sense of enjoy
able health yon will scarcely know your
self. Try S. S. S. today. Get a bottle
at any drug store. It will put you on
your feet: keep you going alt day and
enable yon to sleep sound and restful.
S. S. S. is not a "dope," not a physic,
but a fine," bracing, purifying medicine
that is sure to do you a world of good.
It is just what you need. S. S. S. is
prepared by The Swift Specific Co.. 60
Swift Bid?:.. Atlanta. C., and if you are
troubled with any stubborn blood disease
their medical deysrtmrnt will guide you
to fcesMh. Write them.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. r. Caaseday, 017 Dekiun bL. 3d A Was l.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing -and rewinding; all work guaranteed,
li. M. H. Electric Co.. 21 First C North.
Phone Main S210.
TEAMING, hauling, excavating; sales stable.
A. P. Morse, Sit Front. Main S!0.
FOPNDBV ANO MACHINE WORKJa.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE a MARK
HAM CO.. 340 Waauwgton St.
M ESSEN GEa SERVICE.
HASTY MESSENGER CO., motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2153. ,
PIANO studio, 26 14th st. S. ; arrangements
made for practicing. Paone Main fteyS.
Einil Thielhorn, violin teacher; pupil Sevcilc
au7 Fliedner bidg. A 4ii). Mar. 12.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 504 Oregonlaa bidg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
! Why pay 5 to I0 for a
I pair ox glasses when 1 caa
fit vour eves wltA firm..
quality lenses, gold-filled iramea. as low
tbsvi uuoamsa, .isi storrisoa St..
briuge. Satisfaction guaranleeo.
DR. GEORGE K. Wi.LS. 632 Jdorsan bids.
Hour X to 6 P. M. and by appointment.
Otflce Marahall 351; res. Maranall lJu.
XR. B. B. sNortixrup. 80s Morgan bliig., oor
Broadway mad WantiinsLuQ ctreei. Office
phone Main 34tt, reiunc -102.
4 w a uirow your oia piumei
:tii-rk away; w are axyrta la leatuer
!' '.-dsfUj ,.4 (1 V OAI1 It . OleiUQlDar I tlri ramnnal.
iutt. luouming airci. of paraa.a
our spMUUty. "XHB jP1-l.JAjiV
.us Morgan bidg. Main 4Uu.
KO? CITY PLUME iSHOP. Marshall 4jH1.
Plumes. Dard.se ieathrs. eleanerd, dyed,
rerooaeleq. 4uo Jledner bidg., lutn, w asii.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. factory and
office near 24th and Yora sts. Main 2g.
T. J. GSISLER, Att y-at-Law, (01 Henrr.
TVm. C bchmidw Eng. and Draftsman.
R. C. WRIOBI Z2 years' practice U. &
and .foreign patents. Suo ucsum bidg.
WHOLESALE ANU MANUFACTURERS
PORTLAND HAIR uuOCS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDO.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAL'BER HAT CO., OS-OS Front St.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS., lbl Front street.
pacific iRoN Works.
East End of Burnside Bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON,
STEEL SRIDliliS ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete btock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. I. MASI1CK at CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, rafs. 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 NKCKWKAK.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co., fea Fifth st.
PPADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and Tth
making an effort to procure a large
attendance from counties surrounding
Multnomah. Saturday General Manager
Buckley and W. C. Beebe visited Hills
boro, where they talked to more than
ISO farmers and business men in the
interest of the exhibition.
CONNECTICUT DRYS GAIN
Thirty-One Small Towns Favor Li
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 5. No
license as an issue in the "little town"
elections in Connecticut today made a
gain of one town and one district over
the license forces. Forty-one towns
voted on the question. Thirty-one vot
ed license and ten voted "dry."
Counting the towns that did not vote
today, the standing in the state Is now
SI for license and 87 for no license.
BOY, 14, KILLS SISTER
Bennie Lilly Accidentally Fires Gun
He Did Xot Know Was Loaded.
PENDLETON, Or., Oct. B (Special.)
Because he did not know it was load
ed. Bennie Lilly, aged 14, cson of D. E.
Lilly, a well-known homesteader, aimed
Tell How Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound -Restored
Plover, Iowa. "From a small child
ffiy 13 year old daughter had female
weakness. I spoke
to three doctors
about it and they did
not help her any.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound had been of
great benefit to me,
so I decided to have
her give it a trial.
She has taken five
bottles of the "Vege
table Compound ac-
cording to directions on the bottle and
she is cured of this trouble. She was
all run down when she started taking
the Compound and her periods did not
come right. She was so poorly and
weak that I often had to help her dress
herself, but cow she is regular and is
growing strong and healthy." Mrs.
Martin Helvtg, Plover, Iowa.
Hundreds of such letters expressing
gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has accom
plished are constantly being received,
proving the reliability of this grand old
If you are ill do not drag along and
continue to suffer day in and day out but
at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, a woman's remedy for
If yon wans special advice write to
Lydia .Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence.
(W.M.!. p.if.! ...II. I J'...!:!J '
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS 8ION8.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
iZl Wasn. st. Phone Mam 710 and A 5710.
SEWING MACHINES; new, all makes, s:o
up; used machines, 2 up, and guaran
teed, renting and repairing. Main 9431.
Sewing Machine Emporium, lsu 2d. near
SHOES HALF SOLED
la 10 minutes
wails you wait,
New York Shoe Repair Co.
243$, Alder St.
SMUWCasE. BANK Jt STORK FlXTPRKa
MARSHALL MFG. CO.. 10 th and Flanders
New and old window dispiay and oahlnst
FOK reasonable prices see Western Fixture
se Showcase Co., 4 N. 10th. Mar. 72.
STORAGE AND TRANS ER.
PORTLAND Van sc Storage Co.. cor. 16th
and Ivearney sis., Just completed, new tlrs
pioof warehouse for aousehuld effects,
pianos -and automobiles; cuuta.us separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-nested
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload anlpxnents, vans for mov
ing, reduced freignt rates on houssaold
goods to and from East la uirougn cars.
Maiu 540, all departments.
OLSON-ROB TRANSFER CO..
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. W s move and pack household
goods and pianos and snip at reduced
rstes. Auto vaas sad teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents Free
trackage. Ofiice and warehouse leth ana
Hoy t-sis. Main 647. A iU47.
C. O. PICK Transfer at Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iroa room and fireproof vaults
lor valusblea N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on gooUs
in our tbrougb cars to stl domestio and
foreign ports. Mam S4. jl 2Bt!
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO,
12lh and Everett Sts.
Pianos snd household goods moved,
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
on all household goods to and from Eaal,
through car service. Main 703, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsaa St.,
cor. 12th. Telephone Main or A 11.
we owu and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurauoe rates In clty
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office 1st Madison; general merchandise
and forwaremg agents, phone Main 7L
GREEN and dry siabwood; blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Mala 6720. A 22X.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIKK.
Portia. id v ire a Iron Wks, 2d and Columbia,
FAINTS AND WALL PAPER. -PIONEER
PAINT CO.. loo First street.
W. p. Fuller &. Co., 12th and Davis.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor stree
PIPE. PIPS FITTINGS AND VALVEC
M. L. KLINE, S4-8tS Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES..
M. L. KLINE, 04-co Front St.
PRINTERS AND PI BUsUEKS.
F. W. HALT ES A CO.. 1st and Ouk Sts
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, 14U Front at.
ROPE 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 4k Co., 12tn and Davis.
Portland Iron Works, 14th and Northmp.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COI-l'MBlA SUPPLY CO.. US Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 30 2d St.
HOLESALE JEWELERS AND OPTIC IANS
:1'TTKRF1EI.D PROS . MOW A WK Ml.nO
a gun and shot and killed his sister,
Violet, aged 12. while the children were
at play last night.
The fatality occurred while they
were waiting for supper at their ranch
home on McKay Creek, 15 miles from
Pendleton. The bullet entered the eye
or the little sirl. She died almost In
stantly, while the boy ran for help.
The body is being: brought Into town.
The family is well known in this
WAR CAUSE OF RACE RIOT
Russians and Hungarians Fight
After Heated Argument.
CHICAGO. Oct. 1. The war was re
sponsible for a riot .at Northampton
Heights, Pa.. In which eight Russians
and Hungarians engaered.
The Hungarians were reinforced by
their women, and when Chief of Police
Cretter, of the Heights. Chief Roach,
of the Bethlehem Steel Company force.
ana several patrolmen quelled the dis
turbance two Russians were found
badly battered up.
At West Easton four Russian broth
ers, Mike, Philip, Nicholas and Bowlio
Telesky, set on John Hussey, a Ger
man, following a discussion of the war,
ana oaaiy oeat mm.
The German -mercnant marine. In 1913,
had a tonnage of 4,676.355.
Chamber of Commerce Building
DUNIWAT. RALPH R. Main 15JS (Is-Sll
VI.VCENT, S. D. CO. Main 1S54 tlO
KEABET, DORR E. at CO. Main 11..1J1
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROS. Main C4 Jfjl
WALLER. FRANK L. Main 8gt 101
Lewis Building ,
LCCITJB. W. W. Marshall 384 J16-S17
BAIX, JOHN. A 1442. Main 6021...
f s a 8 c g ss e - h:3
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KIMBALL. HE.VH Y M. Mar. ttO. tig
UAUHKET, SEABRUOK A DIBBLE.
Main iSOL A 5312
U'CREDIE S1LLIAF.DS Second Floor
M ETC A LF, LYLE S. Marshall S43J....I10
RAINEY. J. G. Marshall IIVJ 1304
WAGGONER, GEO. E ..S00
SLAl'SON. A- B. Main 444 ln
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baiter's Auction House. 146-16 Park
st Furniture, carpets, tusjs, te. Sale at 10
Main I, A 1123
.Continuous 1 to 10 P. M.
Last Time Famous Motion Pictures.
SKraG Next Thursday
Win. A. Brady Presents
Marffifcret Mayo's Comedy
Splendid Cast and Production.
POPULAR EVENING PRICES.
Entlra lower floor $L Balcony ?5c.
50c Gallery 3ac. tic -
BARGAIN MAT. SATURDAY.
Lower floor Tog. 50c. Balcony 60c. 25c
SEAT SALE OPENS TODAY.
DE WOLF HOPPER
Comic Opera Co. Neat- Yl eeit
Suadar Saturday Nlshts and Saturday
- ' "THE MIKADO."
MON. AND WED. NIGHT?.
EPECIAL PRICK MAT. WED.
"TRIAL BY JURY."
TTIES. AND FBI. NIGHTS.
-PIRATES OK fEX ZAXCE."
Eve. and' Fat, Mat., 12. (1.30,' 1. 75c
Special Wed. Mai. $1.50. (1, Too, duo.
CITY MAIL ORDBH8 NOW.
BOXOFF1E BALE THURSDAY.
. -sa-ss, irtt 1.. Raker.
BrosdwsT and Morrison btreei.
Rome of the Famous Baker Players. To
night. All week. Mate. Wed., Sat. First time
in stock. Philip Bartholomew's remarkable
"LITTLE MISS BROWN."
Sy special arra'..aeraent with Wm. A. Brady.
One of the ieason's blfrRest hits. Even
ings. 23c 36, 50c. 73c; box seats, fl. sat.
Mat., 25c. SOc Wed. Mat., all seats (ex
cept box). 25c. Next week "Paid la i"u!L"
Broadway at Aldar Strvat.
"Th Kindum of Dretmn," The Acme
Four. Grijy and Peters, Bob Kelly and George
Catlln, Karly and 1-aJnht, 'Smithy and the
el," produced by Hon ard K usee 11; t nder
wood tic Underwood War Seric Mutual
Weekly. Phone Main 4U30, A 236.
QLAi.lT Y AI-.U.V1..!
lu Big Features lO
to.MLMUlh AXtvriioon. 1:00 to 0:3O.
niiOL. :3u tw 11:00; cuiidas. l.uo to U:wl
PKlCES Afternoons. Oc and 16a.
Nighta. I5r and riSe.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Uaily and Sunday.
One time 10
tama ad two coneevntive timet X'tv
&ame ad tbreo coiuecuti?e times .Hc
Same ad nix or evea consecutive time.. &Hc
The above Bte apply to advert ienient
unaor "3evr loony" ana all otner ciuuillca
Unn exo-it the follow ins:
Hit nations Wanted Male.
Situation Wanted Female.
For Rent. Koolun, l'rivat mlHii.
Koonix and Board, I'rivate Familiee.
tiou&ekeeninar Koohih. l'ri var FumiliM
Kate on the above clatUlcaUona ia 7 cents
a Itne earn, inftartton.
On "chanje" advertisements charge ivlll
be based on the number of lines appearing:
in the paper. refrardleN of the number of
words in each line. Minimum charge, two
The Oretrontan will accent r la miff Mi ad
rertisementK over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either
phone. No prices will be quoted over the
phone, but hill will be rendered the follow
ln day. Whether subftequeat advertisement
"i no arrepten over tue phone depend, ud-
on the promptness of payment of telephone
aaveniHementtt. situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertifaements irlll not be accepted
over the telenhone. Orders for nn (nbrinn
only will be accepted for "Furniture for
ale, "Business Opportunities," "Rooming,
houses." and "Wanted to Rent."
The Oregon lan will not gruarantee aecaracy
or asMume responsibility for errors occurring
Advertisements to recelvA nmmn sriaBai
neat ion must bo In The Oregon lan office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except Saturdav.
ClOdlnc hour for Tttm Mlnrlnv O - iam -in
be 7 :30 o'clock Saturday n.Rht. The of !
win uc vifrn until 1U O ClOCK I . ai. as unal
mxta an im receivea too late for proper
classification will be run under head In e
"Too Late to Classifv ' H
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
more than one Incorrect insertion of any ad
vertisement olTered for more than on time
A. AND A- S. RITE.
Oregon Lodge of Perfection, No.
1 Regular meeting In Memorial
Hall. Scottish Rite Cathedral,
this evening at S o'clock.
; VEN. MASTER.
B. P. O. ELKS Members of Portland
Lodge are requested to meet In the lodge
room this f Tuesdav. n flurnnnn .vir.
for the purpose of conducting the funeral
Brvicw over me remains or our late brother
Past Exalted Ruler W. W, Robinson. Visit
ing brothers invited to attend. By order
M. R. SPATLD IN3 , Secretary.
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. 159.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing. October 6. 1914. 7:30 o'clock.
Masonic Tempi ( West Side). F.
C. dPaTM YMlf-r -salnPnsv
By order W. M.
W. p. AKDRU3, Secretary.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO.
Ill, A. F. . AND A. M. Sneclal
oommunicatlon this Tuesday) at
1:8U P. M., for the purpose of
conducting the funeral services
of our lata brother. W. W Rob
inson, uemoers ana visitors are urged to
attend. C. B. MILLER. Secretary.
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 7,
0. E- S. Regular meeting and a re.
ceptlon given In honor of Mrs. Fred
1. Revholds this (Tuesday) even in s,
884 Russell street. - Eastern Star
members invited. By order of the W. M.
ANNA L, DUDLEY. Secretary.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
11, A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Tuesday)
vsning at 8 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Work in the F. C. de-
grt;. visiting brethren welcome.
fcs. MiLttt, faecretary.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE PORT
land Rowing Club will be held at the club
house Wednesday evening, October 14, 8
f. jNi.. tor tne purpose oi adopting supple
mentary- articles of incorooratioa. Rv or
der of the board of directors.
H. . LniuMuKi.NG, Secretary.
MARSHALL In this city. October 5. David
J. Marshall, aged 1G years, son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Marshall of 4U6 E. 33rd st. N.
The remains are- at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Finley & Son. MontKom
. ory at 0th. Notice of funeral hereafter..
KCHX September 80. Joseph Kuhn. born
March 19, 1S62. age 52 years s months 11
EN Y ART In this city, October 4, at her
lata residence. 3 E. Tfuli st,. Luella En
yart, aged 70 yeura. wife of B. C Enyart.
and mother of Mrs. Alice Venable. Mrs.
May me Dlncrman. Mrs. Flora Kelly, of
Portland: Mrs. Emma Swssrer. of K'lto,
Wash. : Ross and Bruce Enyart. of Port
land : Frank and Edgar Enyart. of Deer
Island. Or., and Harry Enyart f Wllyall,
Mont. The t uneral services will be he id
Wednesday, October 7, at 'J:So o'clock P.
M.. at the residence establishment of J. P.
Finley &. toon, Montgomery at iih. Friends
MAY At the family residence. Tori Davis
street, October 4, Helen May. agud .VJ
years, 11 months, !." days, widow of the
laie Levi May, mother of Clarence B. May,
' Mrs. Waller Rodman, sister of Sol, Phil
and Mose Biumauer. Funeral services will
be hid et Holman's funeral. sr!.rs at
lo A. M. tuday, Tuesday. October ti.
Friends respectfully invited to attend.
H'NKR..L NOTICES. ?
COOPER At the family residence. Mi-an-;
aie. jr.. uct. 3, Anna Margaret Cooper,
aged 43 years, wife of N. -V. Cooper,'
mother of Ralph E., Howard W. and
George II. Cooptr. dauKhter of Mr. and
Mr. Henry Sander and sister of Miss Murv
Sander. The funeral services will be held
at the conseratory chapel of the F. S.
Dunn.ng, Inc.. East Side Funeral Directors.
414 East Alder St.. ai - P. M. today Tues
day), Oct. s. luterment Kiverview Cem
etery. sVEPPACH October S. at 331 Hassalo street.
ina .eppacu, atid i tr. be;o ed
husband of Mrs, Mary Neppach, faiher t-f
Cail j. and Aatonio Neppach. The funeral
will ieave the above reticence tail ay tTues
day), uct. 6, at S:0 A. M.. thence to Uio
Ho.y Rosary Church. Eut Third and
Clackamas streets, v. here services will ba
held at S o'clock. Friends are invited.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. Oak
land and San Francisco. Cal., Oshkosb and
Fondulac, Wis., pa pert p.tuse copy.
COOPER At the family residence. Milwau-
Re. ur.. a, .-nna Margaret c ooper,
a red 13 jean, wife of N. A. Cooper,,
mother of Ralph-E., Howard W. and George'
H. Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Sander and sinter of Miss Mary
Sander. The funeral services will be held
at the conservatory oh a pel of the F. S.
Dunning. Inc. East ide Funeral Direc
tors. 414 East Alder stM at 2 P. M.. Tues-
aay. uct. o. interment Riverview .Cem
WARNER The funeral services of Adeline
wsmer, beloved wife of Charlei II.
Warner, will be held at Holman's funeral
parlors at 2 P. M. today. Tuesdav. Friends
invited. Interment Riverview Cemeier.
ROBINSON Tha funeral services of the late
i;um w. rioD;rjion will De held toduv,
Tuesday, at V:30 o'clock p. M., at the B.
I'. O. E. ha'.!, Broadway and Stk it.
if' Ji r-Za.
T. only residence ur.d.rtakirs establtsli-
ment In I'ortiand with pnvat. driveway.
Main 8, A 13ud.
I. r. FIM.ET & SON.
Montffomery st Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN, the leadina
fnneral director. 22m Third street corner
bsiinon. Ltay assistant. A Jjll. Main ot'7.
F. S. DINNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors. 41 4 East
Alder st. Kast 52. H L'525.
A. R. 2ELLER CO.. .",!2 WILLIAMS mc
East 1088, C 10SS. Lady attendant. Lsy
and nl5ht service.
UC.VMXil A; M'ENTI K. funeral direoturs.
Tth and Pine. Phone Main 4;i(. Lady al
tendant. OfTtce of t'ounty Coroner.
R. T. BVR.NES. Williams avi. and Knott.
East 1114, c 11)43. lately attendant.
P. L. I.KRCH. Kast llth and clay sts.
Lady assistant. East isl.
SKEWES I'XDERTAKIXG COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4102, A 2.1L'l. Lady attendant
MARTIN A KORBKS CO.. florist. 347
Washington. Main 2f.I. A 126:. Flowcis
Tor all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators:
fresh cut flowers, fo'eat variotv. Morrison,
bet. 4th and ..th. Alain or A 1505.
PKOi'I.E'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d arid
Designs and sprays. Marshall 31V22.
MAX M. SMITH,
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
t oslslnlag 335 Acres,
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
NeflnrU. Pltila( Service.
Coiuplete, Ptrlect lOqulpnirnt.
1'rloea and Terms Measoaiable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAXD AVE.
Betrreen Davis and Everett.
Phones lKat 142;t, R 515. Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty to thla of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Any one
desiring- a pet may communicate with
OSI IMPROVED CITY PROPERTV.
Money available within S4 hour after
receipt of abstract, tt and T per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
gor-S Northwestern Bank Bids;.
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Hates.
FARM A U CITY LOANS,
89 F.urlk St, Board ot 'irade Bids.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount' at Current R&tea.
JOHN E. CB,0N.A2i
l02 SpvldixMC UldK sftM-tlsmnd. Ok,
KE-U, ESTATJi DKALERH.
J. U. NASH. 7-3 Ch&mber of Commerce
Mdsf.. pays cajh for real 6stut ana mUs
on easy terms and exchange.
PAL.MER-JONS COh H. P
W ilzvx. bidg.
BECK. William" G.. 315-310 Falling bidg.
BENEDICT BROS.. Hawthorne avenue.
JENNINO A. CO.. Main 188. 20 Oregonian.
LaAURE.I-HL.KST AM CLOSING OUT AN
That has 0 choice lots In Laurelhurst;
some of the best in the addition can be
had now at a discount of ftTTO less than
original cost. This opportunity will not
last long. AG 2VHJ. Oregonian.
FIXE east-front Irvington lot; improvements
are all in and paid for; price Sl6ui; iwo
under value; trnis can be arranged if
S. D. VINCENT st COMPANY,
SI 6 Chamber of Commerce Blag.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY
Homes and hoinesnes. A few rreat
tiaryams. Every euHionier is n, re.eren-e.
Marshall 437. BROOKE. A 3&o.
aoo $10 down, $5 mo. buys acre. West
side. 5c fare, lu minutes' car ride, best
buy In the city. M E Lee. 522 Corbett
VERY choice large view home site, W -k t
Fide, 5c fare. 15 mlnutus' car ride, for SiiOO;
Sl cash. bal. f j per month. M. E. Lee, 5-
jOxIOO. lot 8 biks. from Rose City car,
near S7th ; fine lying ground, some fir
trees; $1 AO cash. H 1 Oifgonian.
AUTuMOBILIii or trucks to trade for Al
first mortgages or bonds, etc. H 335, Ore
gonian. FINK Vstover T-Traes lot at a bargain if
sold this wwk. .3 3-;P. Oregonian.
For tale Beach rropert.r.
For sale or rent, fc-room house on "G"
St., 50 feet from boardwalk; view of ocean
from nwir or urper porches.
Lot 50xlo0; rent S15 per month. Influir
at Mrs. Jety real esiate office or at resi
dence of Mr. Oroan, Seaside, Or.
Anyone wishing to buy address James
ruTiy, Seaside, Cr.
LET T'K BUILD YOU A HOME
On your lots or ours; ny your own plans
or nun; pav us like rent.
THE ORS'iON HOMEBt lLDFRS.
i:;.;0 Northwestern Eank Bldy.
BEST BUY IN ROSE CITY PARK.
5-room modern house. Must finished, gee
it at 65a North 54th L. or call owner.
!ODiKN 0-room bungalow on ntce corner
lot. 1 block lo car; witl give unusual bar
pain to Prty ab'e to make fair drst pa
ment Phone Sellwood 2321