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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1014
JUDGE IS INDICTED
Theft of Approximately $2000
by Means of Forged War
. rants Is Allegation.
OTHER INVESTIGATIONS ON
Mr. French Accused ot Drawing
"Widows' Pensions in Fictitious
3"amcs and Cashing Bogus
Orders for Road "Work.
ENTERPRISE, Or., Nov. 19 (Spe
cial.) Three indictments against J. A.
French, Wallowa County Judge, were
returned by the errand Jury today. They
charge forgery and obtaining- money
under false pretenses. Mr. French is
at his home in this city, but has not
been arrested yet. The grand Jury is
said to be engaged now in investigat
ing other county officers. Mr. French
has resigned and his resignation has
been forwarded to Governor West, who
will appoint his successor.
The evidence against Mr. French con
sists of more than 40 county warrants,
which it is said he drew in names of
fictitious claimants, part of these war
rants being for widows' pensions and
others for men employed on road work.
They date back many months and the
total amount Involved Is about 2000,
it is said.
Pension Warrants Figure.
In the case of the widows' pension
warrants it is said Mr. French, as
County Judge, prepared petitions in the
name of women who never existed,
writing in names, age and all details
of family and financial condition. Then
he drew the warrants. It is said, in
dorsing the names of the supposed wid
ows. The explanation Is reported to
have been made by him that the women
asked him to cash the warrants so that
they could get the money from him at
their convenience and not be put to
the necessity of coming to town dur
ing banking hours. Fonslons for two
fictitious women have been paid regu
larly, to Mr. French for some time, it
The warrants for road work are in
the names of men supposed to be liv
ing in distant parts of the county. Their
claims were prepared and put in by
Mr. French, it is said, and then their
names forged to the warrants. The
name of one of the County Commission
ers also was signed by Mr. French, it
Commissioner Says Name Forged.
W. P. Newby. one of the Commis
sioners, has supervision over road work
in the county, and In the ordinary
course of events be passed on all bills
for the wages of men, but many war
rants and claims are In the county rec
ords which he has satisfied investigat
ors he never signed. His name is said
to have been forged, however. The
other Commissioner, L. Couch, also was
totally ignorant of these claims.
Both Commissioners were witnesses
before the grand jury, as were County
Clerk Bilyeu, County Treasurer Frank
lin and employes of the bank where
Mr. French kept his account.
-.HenUment throughout the county
seems In favor of supporting the grand
Jury in any investigations It may make
with a view to running down any ir
regularities and quieting rumors.
DOGS FOR SALE BY MUTS
Four Spitz Puppies Are Offered to
Get Funds for Poor Family.
Does anybody want a nice, white
spitz dog cheap? .
Kot only is there an opportunity now
presented to buy a white spitz dog
cheap, but to buy four of them cheap
and at the same time do a charitable
deed for a poor mother with a family
of poor children.
The dogs will be on exhibition to
day in the headquarters of the Muts
in the Pittock building on Washington
In their quest for persons 1n need
of Thanksgiving and Christmas cheer
the Muts charity committee found this
poor family. One of the children had
a spitz mother dog which recently gave
birth to four snow-white puppies. Tho
family is-ready to sell the puppies and
needs the money for actual necessities.
The Muts are looking for persons
charitably Inclined who want to help
the family by- buying the dogs.
ST. JOHNS ROAD FINISHED
1ast Work on Highway to Cooperage
Plant to Bo Done Today.
ST. JOHNS, Or., Nov. 19 (Special.)
The roadway being built by the city
from the Willamette boulevard to the
site of the plant of the Western Coop
erage Company, near the drydock, will
be completed tomorrow. It was on con
dition that St. Johns build this road
way that the company agreed to erect
its plant at St. Johns. The Port of
Portland Commission built part of the
roadway. The Western Cooperage Com
pany has completed dredging for the
mill and a dock is to built.
The board of school directors has in
cluded in the budget an appropriation
to provide apparatus for the play
grounds of the school this year. The
annual taxpayers' meeting will be held
November 27. The board will recom
mend a levy of 5.S mills.
J. E. Hiller, who has been secretary
of the St. Johns Commercial Club, ten
dered his resignation at the meeting of
the club last night. He served as sec
retary for nearly two years.
WAR MARS TRIP TO FETE
31. F. Seller Unable to Attend Gold
en Jubilee of Parents.
After traveling from Portland to
Frankfort, Germany, to attend the wed
ding anniversary of his father, F. M.
Seller, of M. Seller St Co., was bar-rod
from the celebration by tho outbreak
of the European war.
Mr. and Mrs. Seller, with their four
children, left Portland seven months
ago to Join - Mr. Seller's father, M.
Seller, in the celebration of his 60th
wedding anniversary. After a visit at
home. Mr. and Mrs. Seller started on a
short tour of Switzerland.
They were at Luzerne when the war
broke out, and were unable to return
to the golden wedding festivities.
Mr. and Mrs. Seller sailed for home
from London In October.
Skating Party Planned.
The Portland Bchool of Trades Alumni
met in the Journal building last night
to prepare for a big skating party to
be given November 27 at the Oaks rink.
The meeting, called to order by Presi
dent Frank Wright, also devoted some
time to the question of interesting a
greater number in the association. Will
Findlay is the secretary and other of
ficers are: Helen McCoy, treasurer, and
Mary Warren, assistant secretary.
MEDF0RD LOSES OFFICE
Superintendent Chlnnock to Move to
Capital Next Month.
SALEM, Or.. Nov. 19. (Special.)
Superintendent Channock, of Water Di
vision No. 1, announced at a meeting
of the State Water Board Wednesday
that he would move his office from
Medford ' to the State Capitol Decem
The adjudication of Trout Creek, in
Crook County, and Burnt Itiver, In
Baker County, was ordered, and the
State Engineer was authorized to pro
ceed with the preliminary surveys. Su
perintendent Cochran, of Water Di
vision No. 2, filed his final hearings re
garding Umatilla water rights. About
100 proofs of appropriation of water
were approved and certificates were or
dered issued. Extensions of 60 per
mits for the completion of construc
tion work were allowed.
Among the extensions is one of three
years to the Rogue River Valley Canal
Company to complete the reservoir and
diversion works for its 65,000-acre
project in Jackson County.
FLEGEL'S EXPENSE $1074
Lafferty's Personal Campaign Out
lay Is Listed at $677.33.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 19. (Special.) A.
F. Flegel, Democratic nominee for Con
gress in the Third District, expended
$1074.71 during the recent campaign,
according to his statement filed with
Secretary of State Olcott today. A.
W. Laflerty, independent candidate for
.Congress, filed a statement giving his
expenses. as $677.33 and Cari S. Kelty
filed a statement showing that he ex
pended $160.13 in behalf of Lafterty's
Other statements filed today were:
Robert H. Tate, Representative Eigh
teenth District, Pro., nothing; George
H. McBride, Senator Fourteenth Sena
torial District, Rep., $28.60; Mrs. Z. A.
Rosebraugh, Representative First Rep
resentative District. Ind., 2.26; B. jC.
Altman, Senator. Fourteenth Senatorial
District, Pro., f2.60; Richard L. Mer
rick, in behalf of A. W. Lafferty.
LIBRARY HEAD CHOSEN
Oregon City Association. Names Will
. lam Andresen President.
OREGON CITT. Or., Nov. 18. (Spe
cial.) William Andresen was elected
president of the Library Association to
succeed B. T. McBain at a meeting of
the association last night. Other offi
cers are: Vice-president. J. E. Hedges;
secretary, John W. Loder; treasurer.
Bank of Oregon City.; librarian. Mrs.
Bertha Adams; assistant librarian, Al
The board of directors will be com
posed of William Andresen, J. E.
Hedges. J. W. Loder, William Shehan,
J. A. Roake, A. A. Price, C. H. Caufield,
Dr. C H. Meissner, A. J. Lewthwalte,
Linn E. Jones, Mrs. W. F. Carter and
B. T. McBain.
The report of the secretary showed
the association In good financial con
dition. More than 26,000 persons visit
ed the building and 17,000 books were
GRAND JURY MAKES REPORT
Marie Greenwood, of Gardiner,
Pleads Guilty and Is Fined $2 50.
ROSE BURG, Or., Nov. 19. (Spe
cial.) Pleading guilty In the Circuit
Court here this afternoon on a charge
preferred agtunst her by the grand
Jury, Miss Marie Greenwood, of Gardi
ner, was fined $250 and costs.
Indictments also were returned
against Clifford Howard, charged with
assault upon John Berry, at Ten Mile;
Frank Langenberg, of Roseburg,
charged with giving liquor to two
minor girls; C L. Pearson and Frank
Davis, of Sutherlin, on. charges of
selling liquor to minors. A not true
bill was returned against Guerney
Ryan, colored, accused of assault upon
Ray Ward, a Southern Pacific call boy.
All of the indictees, with the ex
ception of Miss Greewood, posted bail
assuring their appearance in the Cir
cuit Court in December.
OLD GLORY, AGAIN FLOATS
Flags on Capitol to Wave From ew
Steel Poles Today.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 19. (Special.)
For the first time in nine months Old
Glory will fly from the Statehouse to
morrow. Two steel flagpoles have been
put in place, and everything is in readi
ness for the ensigns of the Republic
During a severe storm early last
pring the flags and posts were blown
down. Secretary of State Olcott, cus
todian of the building, decided to re
A patriotic woman of Portland, who
was unable to find flags on the Capitol,
returned to that city and declared that
on a visit to the capital city she did
not see a single American flag. The
only public building without the em
blem was the Capitol. The new poles
are 60 feet tall, buried ten feet in a
base, and Mr. Olcott says they would
withstand a Kansas cyclone.
MANN ACT FACED TWICE
David Westman, First Offender in
Oregon, Again Is Held.
David Westman, the first man con
victed under the Mann white slave
act In Oregon, whose five-year sen
tence, with deductions for good be
havior, expired last August, was ar
rested yesterday by Deputy United
States Marshal MacSwain, again
charged with white slavery.
Westman, who was an elevator op
erator In the Wells-Fargo building,
was convicted in October, 1910. He
was paroled August 6, 1913, and,
coming to Portland, the Government
officials allege he immediately began
making love to a young woman named
Biilie Raye. His parole and sentencs
ended August 6, 1914, and a few days
later, it is alleged, Westman persuaded
the young woman to go with him from
Portland to a Puget Sound city.
E. C. HACKETT QUITS RACE
Oregon City Councilman Out hut
Judge Dimick Asked to Run.
OREGON CITT, Or.. Nov. 19. (Spe
cial.) New zest was added to the race
for Mayor today when Councilman
Hackett retired from the running and
Judge Grant B. Dimick was petitioned
to become a candidate.
Mr. Hackett gave no particular rea
son for his withdrawal other than he
had changed his mind. Mayor Jones'
petition for re-election has been filed.
R. E. Woodward is in the Council
manic race to succeed J. F. Albright.
The narcei oost system has been estab
lished between the United States and Apia,
the rates belnr the same as from the
United States to Germany.
GOOD TIMES SEEN III
Representative Humphrey, of
Seattle, Says Fight on Busi
ness Now Will End.
TARIFF CHANGE UPPERMOST
Washington Memher of Congress
Avers Ousting of Underwood Law
Is Need for Lasting Prosperity.
Harbor Funds In View.
Business conditions soon will resume
their normal status, said W. E. Hum
phrey, of Seattle, Representative of the
First Washington Congressional dis
trict, who was in Portland yesterday.
Representative Humphrey expresses
the belief that the United States will
derive considerable Immediate com
mercial benefit from the European war
not'so much on account of the buy
ing that must be done by the nations
of Europe, but on account of the buy
ing that must be done by the people
of America in their own markets.
Europe is unable to supply America
with the manufactured articles that
America ordinarily buys in Europe, so
America must manufacture them itself,
he points out.
He also takes hope from the reduced
Democratic majority in the National
House of Representatives. With the
narrow margin that the. Democrats
will have in the next House, he says,
they will be unable to continue their
harassing tactics against business in
terests. Tariff Change Required.
"The Democratic majority In both
the House and the Senate," said Repre
sentative Humphrey, "has kept up a
continuous campaign of opposition to
business for political effect. Now that
the House majority has been cut down
to a dangerous margin this cannot be
continued. This situation will instill
new confidence into the business world
and will result In material industrial
advantage to all parts of the country."
Mr. Humphrey believes, however,
that permanent "prosperity cannot come
while the Underwood tariff law Is iu
"1 would not be surprised, before an
other six months passes around, that
the income of the Nation again will be
found inadequate and that another tax
will have to be levied.
He added parenthetically that the
vote also records the demise of the
Bull Moose party.
Sixth Term Served.
Mr. Humphrey now is serving his
sixth term in Congress. He has been
re-elected for his seventh term. He is
the ranking Republican member of the
rivers and harbors committee and has
been most active in the performance
of his duties in that connection. He
has Interested himself particularly in
harbor development on the Pacific
Coast, and devotes quite as much of
his attention to Oregon as to Wash
ington. Only last year he visited the
mouth of the Columbia and received
complete reports of the work neces
sary to complete the Jetty there. He
also has kept In close touch with the
development at Coos Bay and at other
harbors on the Oregon coast.
Mr. Humphrey thinks that the appro
priation for the north jetty and other
Improvements of the mouth of the Co
lumbia should be authorized at an early
session, and that this project be placed
in the sundry civil bill so that the
actual money for construction work
will be available Just as it is needed.
There is no question, he said, that
the mouth of the river and the Celilo
project will be taken care of if a rivers
and harbors bill can be put through
at the coming session- He doubts
however, whether such a bill can be
passed at that time, as the session will
have an abundance of other work to do.
Mr. Humrhrey left last night for San
Francisco and other California points.
He will investigate harbor conditions
there before proceeding to Washing
ton, D. C, to take np his work at the
next session of Congress.
PROHIBITION LOWERS TAX
Assessment on Olrmpia Brewery for
Inheritance Levy jts Reduced.
OLTMPIA, Wash., Nov. 19. (Special.)
In valuing the estate of the late
Leopold F. Schmidt, of Olympia, presi
dent of the Olympia Brewing Company,
for inheritance tax purposes, the Wash
ing Tax Commission has allowed a re
duction of 33 1-3 per cent, amounting
approximately to $255,000, from the
original valuation of the brewery and
saloon interests, on account of the re
cent adoption of the prohibition law.
The appraisal finally accepted Is
The actual loss in value to the
Schmidt estate property on account of
the passage of the prohibition measure
is stated to be considerably greater
than the $265,000 reduction allowed.
The estate will pay more than $5000 in.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY ACTS
Seven Indicted for Providing In
dians With Liquor.
Indictments charging six men, whose
most recent addresses were at Med
ford, with violation of the law relat
ing to the giving of liquor to Indians,
were returned yesterday by the United
States grand Jury.
The men were James' Knight, Will
iam O'Brien,' Charles McLean, Ed C.
Learey, E. W. Worthlngton and W. D.
Bridges, all of whom were arrested at
Medford In October.
John Newton, of Klamath Falls, was
indicted on a charge of giving liquor
to Indians of the Klamath reservation.
Roy Gooding and Sidney Allen were
indicted charged with violation of thn
J white slave act, and Louis LaBoard,
tuwsea wim naying nad opium in his
PUPILS TO SEE EXHIBIT
University Collection of Birds and
Mammals Come to Portland.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
Nov. 19. (Special.)-A collection of
Oregon birds and animals was shipped
to Portland today by the zoological de
partment of the University, for use in
the Portland grammar schools.
The exhibit . contains 300 specimens
of the common varieties of small birds
and animals that are native to the
state. The collection is housed in a
glass cabinet six by eight feet. It will
be left a week In each of the grammar
schools and will be in charge of the
The Dalles to Meet Walla Walla.
THE DALLES, Or, Nov. ' 19. XSpe-
ABSTRACTS OF TITL
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title Trust Co., 1 Ch. of Com.
ACCORDION KNIFK AND BOX PLEAT
ING. PICOTING. HEMSTITCHING, BRAID
ING, EMBROIDERING, EASTERN NOV
KLTY HFU. CO., 85 6TH. ST.. NR. OAK.
K- SIEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
Sponged, mail orders, sua Alder. M. SBJ87
ASSATEBS AND ANALYSTS.
BRING In your old Jewelry, old gold, sliver,
. ore or platinum and get cash for it. F. A.
Beanet, R. 610 N. W. bldg., ath and Wmiu.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 12V 2d. Gold,
liver and platinum bought.
J. R. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contract, collections, etc.. consul
tation free. New offices, 707, 708, 70i Sell
lng bldg. Main 4t)t)S. Open evenings.
LINK'S BUSINESS 1 sini P. Tilford bldg.,
Portland, Oregon. Photte Main 6083.
. ' CARPET WEAVING.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car.
pets, rag rugs. 188 East 8ta. Both phones.
CKLLTJLQ1P BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY;
92 Stb st. Phone Main 813 and A 1234.
William Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors, 302 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder, phone Main 1301
GRADUATE chiropodist, pedicurlst, maul
curiat. 204 Macleay uldr. 4th and Wash.
CHIROPODIST and-Foot Specialist. Mn
sanlne floor, N. W. Bank bldg. Main 21)74.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mra D.
Hill. Offices. Flledner bldg. Main 8473.
DR. McMahon, 121 4th. 378 Wms. Chronic
cases; bl treatments $15. Others less.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS tor rent: we press one suit
each week for $1.60 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
809 Stark St.. bet. Bth and 6th. Main 514.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
. Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co,
o-sp m. vy . dhhk piqg. rnona Main B74.
NETH Sc CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1798
No collection, no charge. Established 1D0O.
PROF. WAX WILSON Walts, hesitation,
one-step, two-step, schottlsche, twin.
hesitation, Maxixe. castle walk; lessons
25c, morning, afternoon, eve.; guarantee
to. teach anybody who walks how to
dance. 85 V 5tn St., tec Stark and Oak; 4
private lessons. 2; 8 classes. Phone
R. M. Wade & Co.. 822-820 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE IKON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wka, 2d and Columbia.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS. .
DPBRPILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 2oO 2d St.
BALLOT & WR1UHT. 7th and oak sta.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage 4k Omuibus Transfer. Park A Davla
BICYCLE, MOTORCYCLE K bUPPLLES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery c Conf., inc., 11th and Everett.
BKKWEKS & BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARD, 18th and Burnslde.
CASCAKA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 1U1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CKOWE t CO., '45 Fourth street.
COFFEE, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSEIT & DEVERS. 1-11 N. Front t,
FtEISCHNER. MAYER & CO., 207 Ash St.
Etubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Pine sta
Altera 'Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall
clal.) Weakened by the loss of its
star end, Bernard, who was Injured In
a recent frame, and the inability of
another star, Halfback Hunting-ton, to
play. The Dalles High School football
team, a contender for the Oregon cham
pionship, departed tonight for Walla
Walla, where the team will meet the
Walla Walla High School aggregation
tomorrow. Walla Walla has not been
scored on this season, and as Walla
Walla is out after the Washington
championship, the same will be
watched with particular interest.
Imkeview Hears Hygiene Talks.
"LAKEVIEW. Or., Nov. 19. (Special.)
Dr. Snyder, of Portland, passed the
day In Lakeview In the interest of the
Oregon Hygiene Society. Much In
terest was manifested In the men's
meeting and the Courthouse was
packed. Addresses were delivered by
Judge Benson, Dr. E. H. Smith, of
Lakeview, and Dr. Snyder. Upon mo
tion of Judge Benson the local commit
tee in charge, consisting of Dr. Daly,
Harry Bailey and O. M. Gardner, was
J. W. Tilley Faces Bigamy Charge.
VANCOUVER,. Wash., Nov. 19. (Spe
cial.) J. W. Tilley. alias Bruce Rod
ney Sells. Is being held Jn the county
jail on a charge of bigamy. It is al
leged Tilley had a wife In the East,
but he came to Vancouver In 1910 and
married Ethel Viola Scherer, of Port
land. Tilley Is being held under $2000
bond. He was arrested in Aberdeen
and brought to Vancouver by Sheriff
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House. 311 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sale at 3 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M
furniture. 166-8 First St.
Saturday, November 21st
OREGON ELECTRIC RY.
LeaTfs Jf orth Bank Station .....................
Leaves Tenth ana Stark Street
Ltsves Jef feraon-Stm-et Station ................
Ret tira Immediately After the Game.
Tickets on Sale
CITY TICKET OFFICE. Bth and Stark Sts.; North Bank Station.
Mauro Drug Co., 10th and Stark Sts.; Melcher Drug Co, 10th and
Morrison Sts.; Jefferson-St, Station.
Good going- on special train; returning: on special or regular
trains until Monday evening.
Presbyterian, Methodist and
chicken luncheon on arrival.
Mr. and Mrs. Heath's Academy; lessons
dally; class Mon. and Fri. eve., 8 to 10.
itaiVj Morrison, cor. 2d. Marshall 818.
HEATH'S Dancing School, 10oH Second at.,
bet. Wash. and. Stark; lessons dally; all
the latest dancee taught
DR. a. W. KEENS. Majestic Theater bldg.,
851 Washington at. Marshall i2u5.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding, all wora guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co.. 21 First St. North.
Phone Main U21U.
EYE, .EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. lasseday. 617 Dekum bl.. 3d at Wash.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East. Sd and Haw
thorne. General machine and founary work.
PETER PAN kindergarten " and primary,
21st and Irving sta. East 18.
KODAKS AND ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE at MARK
HAM CO., 845 Washington St.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. S. Martin Co.. Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53. A 2158.
FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or aolu.
United Film Co.. 226 2d at.
Emil Thielhorn. violin, teacher; pupil S eve lk.
207 Filedner bldg. A 4160. Marshall IS2S.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, ner
vous, chronic diseases. 604 Oregonian bldg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay 5 to 810 tor a
pair of glasses when 1 cat.
L,tyznlnZ? 8-o'd-fiUed frames, as low
as 81.60? Goodman. 11 Morrison St.. near
brlnge. Satisfaction guars n teed.
c- K- B. NORTH RUP, 308 Morgan bldg.,
cor. Broadway and Washington street, of
fice phone. Main 34; residence, East 102.
T. J. GHISLER. Atty-at-Law. BOS Henry.
Wm. C. Schmidt. Eng. and draftsman.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice. U. S. and
foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
STEIN'S LOAN OFFICH.
10 years la business.
Liberal .loans on diamonda.
watches, cameras, etc. 3 sth st. K.
W hOLLSALE AND MANUFACTURERS
WADHAMS CO.. 6M-75 Fourth St.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO..
WHOLESALE. ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CATS.
THANHATJ6ER HAT CO., 63-65 Front St.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS.. IjI Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORK,
East End of Hurnside Bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE S UFFLIE-4.
CHAS. J. MASTICK & CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings
UMt, CEMENT, PLASTER. METAL LATH
The J. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Triic
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor ilrr
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia NVrkyftr Mfg. Co.. fc3 Fifth st
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Xelephonee: Main "3170, A-oiiVo.
BOSS CITY CHAPTER. NO. 86,
O. E. E. Regular meeting . this
(Prldav evening st 6 o'clock. So
cial. By order W. M.
PAHAH B. QUERIN", jgVTtry.
. .. i4r A. M.
, .. 4 A.M.
10:OO A. M.
. ..12 .45 p. M.
W. C. T. TT. ladies will serve
Game will be called at 2:00 P. M.
THE PLUME, formerly Morgan
rftV bldg., have moved to Boom 4Q1
store, ;siH Washington street.
Dyeing, cleaning and remodeling
a specialty. Main 4UUI.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 34th and York sts. Main 3489.
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
131 Wash. at. Phone Mala 710 and A 3710
SHOES HALF SOLED
in 10 minutes
while you wait.
New York Shoe Repair Co
243 i, Alder St.
SHOWvacsE, BANK A STORE FIXTURES.
FOR reasonable prices see Western Fixture
& Showcase Co.. 48 N. 10th. Marshall 774.
Marshall Mfg. Co., 10th & Flanders New
and old window display and cabinet work.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van Storage Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts.. Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse tor household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults; track
age tor carload shipments, vans for mov
ing; reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in through cars.
Main 540. all departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story 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, special ratea made on goods
in our through cars to el domestic and
foreign ports. Main B, A liii.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods anC planoa and ship at reduced
ratea Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse lath and
Hoyt sta. Mam 847. A 3347.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.
13th and Everett Sta
Pianos and household goods moved,
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
on all household goods to and from East.
Through car service. Main 703, A 3814.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St..
- cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal track a Lowest
msurance rates in city.
MADISON-SV. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office 189 Madison; general merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 769L
GREEN and dry elabwood: blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 6720, A 889.
FOR SAWING in Irvlngton and Upper Al
blna. call Woodlawn 3377.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sta
PALM'S AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First street
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12ln and Davis.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire dt Iron Wkl., 2d and Columbia
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
R AS MUSS EN CO., d and Taylor sta
AAA A A , A. A A 1 A.... 0.1 ft V AAi V CO.
M. L. KLINE. 84-80 Front street.
I.I . I . I . . . A.-r. ..... I . r
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-66 Front street.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO.. 1st and Oak eta.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL. lO Front St.
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 & CO., 12th and Davla
Portland Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 280 2d St.
V HOLES ALE JEWELERS & OPTICIANS.
HITTKRFIEI.D BROS. MOHAWK HLDO.
AL KADER temple;
A. O. N. M. S.. will spend a
social evening- at the Acacia
Club. Commercial Club bldg.,
Fifth and Oak streets, on
Saturday, November 21, at 8
P. M. Visiting nobles cor
lially Invited. Wear your fes.
By order of the Potentate.
HUGH J. BOYD.
PORTLAND LODGE, NO, 65.
F. AND A. XI Kin f H nm.
Kj"S munication this (Friday) even
XTA' 7:30 o'clock, entertaining-
OV lho Masters' and Wardens' As
sociation Rrnth.p .1 n.lanil
P. CS. M will Kive an address on "The
Higher Detrrees of Masonry." visitors wel
come. By order W. M.
C 21. STB ADMAN, Secretary.
MT. HOOD LODGE. NO. 15T
The lode, will ba the guests of
KggV Acacia Club. Chamber of Com
r7 merc bulldlnc. this (Friday)
iX evening. A full attendance Is
requested. All members of MC
Hood Loda-e invited to attend.
ED c. DICK. Secretary.
THE MASTERS', WARDENS'
AND PASTM ASTERS ASSOCIA
TION of Portland will meet as
tho truest of Portland Lodge. No.
65. this (Friday) evening. Broth
er P. ?. Vf John R .ri.lan1 111
deliver an address on the subject, "The
HiKher Decrees." By order of the presi
dent, LESLIB S. PARKER. Secretary.
MOUNT HOOD LODGE. NO.
157. A F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Friday)
afternoon at 2 P. M. WorK in
E. A, and M. M. degrees. Vis
itors welcome. Order TV. M.
E. CDICK, Secretary.
SUNUYSIDE LODGE. U. D.,' A
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication Friday. Nov. 20 E.
84th and Yamhill sts. Work in
M. M. degree, visitors welcome.
By order of the W. M.
E. M. LANCE, Seo.
PORTLAND AERI. NO.
4. F. O. E., meets -very Fri
day evening in their hall at
244 H Madison st.. cor. of
Third. Visitors welcome.
VIC CHAPMAN. Sec.
REDMEN. NOTICE Chief Multnomah
Tribe. No. 64. will give a smoker at Eagle
Hall. irt4 Madison street, corner Third, on
Tuesday evening. November 24, at 8:30 P.
M. Plentv of corn and veutson. Come and
brlna your friends.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15. L O. O. F..
will meet this (Friday) evening at 7:30
o'clock in Oddfellows Temple, 1'76 Alder
street. Work la the second degree. Visitors
FREDERICK COZENS. Rec 6ec.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE. U. D.,
A. K. AND A. M. M. M. degree
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors
welcome. By order of W. M.
B5. R. IV IE. Sec.
NEIEERGER In this city. November 19,
at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. P.
Golden. 101)5 Mallory avenue. William M.
Nelberjter. aeed SI years 9 months and 17
days. beloved father of Mrs. Charles
Kegelspatch and Mrs. P. Golden, of this
city, and W. S. Neiberger, of Lima, Ohio.
The remains are at the conservatory
Chanel of F. S. Dunning, Inc., 414 East
Alder street. Funeral notice in a, later
SMITH In this city. November 19 Pearl A.
Smith, aged 10 years 11 months and 4
days, -beloved wife of Lester A. Smith, and
daughter of Mrs. Lulu Jones, and sister of
Loredo. Buelah and Viola Jones, ail of
this city. The remains are at the con
aervatorv Chanel of F. S. Dunning, Inc.,
414 East Alder street. Funeral notice In
a later issue.
PRININ AN Nov. 17. Matt Prinlnan, aged
80 vears. The funeral and Interment will
be held st Knappton. Wash., Saturday, No.
vember 21. The remains are at the con
servatory cbaoel of F. S. Dunning. Inc.,
414 East Alder street.
BORK15 November 1, Tenie Borne, aged
23 vears. beloved wife of Hal R. Borne
and daughtor of Thomas Purcell French,
of 1484 East Everett street. Funeral
services will ba held at Dunning Ac Mc
Entee's chaDel. Friday. November 20, at
10:SO A. M. Friends invited. Interment
HALLER In this city. November IS. Albert
Haller. aged 2 years. Funeral service win
be held at Woodland. Wash., Sunday, No
vember 22. Remains at T. L. Lerch under
taking parlors. East Eleventh sad. Clay
l-JETTI Yg Bdwy. at Taylor.
X jLJLM. JlK3 Main 1 and A 1122
TODAY NOT. 0. tl. St, S
Continuous, 1 to 11 F. M.
. . Popular Prices
6 to 11 P. M 15c 25o
5 bLginnenq Tuesday, Nov. 24
Special Price Matinees
THANKSOIVIXO and S A TURD AT".
Klaw & Erlanger Present
Eleanor Gates' Wonderful Play
THE POOR LITTLE'
COMEDT! PATHOS! SPECTACLE!
11 in r"V.OW,er rIoor 1-50 Balcony.
l-T 6.c- Gallery oOo. Both matinees
G.nOe7,er50tcOOr ,U Ba'COny S1' '5 i0
SEATS SELLING AT BOXOFFICE.
aln 2. A 53S0
Home of the Famous Baker Players. Tonight.
All week. Matinee Saturday Eugene Walter's
gripping modern drama,
By the author of "Paid la Full," "The Wolf
and other great successes. Intense theme, re
markable climaxes, superb production. Ohe
S!L ""on's biggest hits. Evening prices:
-pc. Sic 60c, 75c Box seats. $1.00 Sat.
Mat.. 5o. 60c; box 75c Next week, starting
Sunday matinee "Merely Mary Ann." '
1 to &o
S thows ,
Xhe Master Mind of Mystery,"
SHOW Wltb Elnle Terry, his musical
1 subject, in a wonderful demon-
TOWN stration of Thought Transference.
OTHKK l-KATIRK Alls
And Ilrot-Kun Photo Flays.
PR I C V ! i Afternoons 16o. 15e
ruatiji,,!,,. 1So; :io
fc. BASsnrsV 9 aS9 4Sa,
'niaiKSLWEf 230 :
BROADWAY. At ALDER.
Cannibal Isle, with Walter Terr- and his
Fiji Kirla Joe Know leu. the primitive man,
with motion picture or bis venture; live
.lutrgihiir MowattH. Gardner & Kevere, L
Touralne lour, The Two H.rus, Mutual
Weekly, Orehevtra, l'hone Mala 4630, A 236.
Washington and Park Sts.
Today and Tomorrow Only.
CLYDE FITCH'S Great Drama
"TUG STRAIGHT KOAD"
Continuous performance 11 A M. to
11 P. M.
10c ADMISSION 10c.
Peoples i heater
West I'arU St.. near Wa-Mncton.
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS.
PresentlliK BOOTH TAKKiNGTON'S :
Famous Comedv Drama.
- "THE MAN FROM HOME.
A Faramount 1'irture.
Continuous performance. 11:30 A. M. to
11 :30 P. M.
10c ADMISSION 10c.
The uiit remueuce uuueriuiting establish
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main 0. A 15VI).
J P. FINLKT A EON.
Montgomery at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN. the leading
funeral director. 220 Third street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1511. Main out.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Bide Funeral Directors. 411 East
Alder st. East b'X B 255.-
A. R. ZELLER CO., 52 WILLIAMS AVE.
East 10SS. c loss. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
DL'NMNG & M ENTEE. funeral directors,
7th and pine. Phone Main 430. Lady al
tendant. Qftice of County Coroner.
R. T. BYRNES. Williams ave. and Knott.
East 1115. C HM3. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay sts.
Lady assistant. East 7SI.
fKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Sd
and Clav. Main 4102. A 2S21. Lady attendant.
MARTIN si FORBES CO.. llorlsts. o47 Waail
lngtn. Main A 1-09. Flowers lor atl
occasions HniBticaily arranged.
C LARGE BROS.. detigners and decorators;
fresh cut flowers, great variety. Morrison.
bet. 4th and 0th Main or A 1805. i
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 5u2.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 715. A 2121. Selling
MOOT SCOTT PARK ,
Contnining; &15 Acres.
Portland's Only Modern
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Kefined, Pleasing: Service.
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Terms Reasonable.
Bala Telephones. ' '
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE., X. '
Between Davis and Kverett. ,
Phones Cast 143, B 2515. Open Day.
Report all cases of cruelty to this office.
Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance) for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring- a pet may communicate with us
If In need of ttorarx and track futili
ties in central locations, established
house, can save you money. Scales and
attendants at plant and ground floor
office down town. Y 431. Oregonian.
Money to Loan
Several Items From 500O to 1S,000.
EO. II. THOMAS.
58T Oast St., Boom 2, AlngTrorth Bldg.
Western Bond &
Mortgage Co. i
Our Own Money at Current Rates. "
FARM AMD CITY LOANS,
SO Fonts St., Board of Trade lEldc
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Ratea
JOHN XL CE0NAN
02 SpaUdlas; Bids, Portland, or.
m - b .i sa i m o-