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MORNING OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3, 1915. ; -r
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CANAL COST IS CUT
$45,000 Lopped Off Original
Estimate of $4,845,000
Means Much at Capital.
OPENING DUE EARLY IN MAY
Major Morrow's Determination to
Eliminate Private Contracts and
ISc Day Labor Noteworthy.
Middle ISivcr Trade Better.
Of the original estimate of $4,845,-
00 for the construction of The Dalles
Celilo Canal, approximately $45,00.) will
Outside of the fact that the artificial
vaterwav connectins the Middle and
Vpper Columbia Itiver will be opened
early in May, information that the
ravins In the fund will result is re
garded the best news yet learned re
eardinK the project, for it is taken to
mean that Oreeon enterprises will be
piven hicher standing at Washington
for economical disbursements.
Incidentally. the determination
reached a few days ago by Major J. J.
Monow. Corps of Knsineers, L. S. A.,
in charge of the canal construction, to
employ men on a day labor basis, elimi
nating all private contracts and the
Government force taking direct charge
of details, has been proved a saving
factor and is assumed to be respon
sible to a degree for the conservation
of finances. Fortune has favored the
project during the Winter, though it
was preceded during the Fall by ad
verse luck, when the failure of the
rivers and harbors bill to pass caused
a temporal y suspension of operations.
onrrrtlne Keeps l'n.
Mild conditions during December.
January and February have permitted
concreting to be carried on much of
the time and it is now estimated that
l.v March JO all of that labor will be
virtually finished, and with excavating
nl.ont e'nded early in April, nothing
will remain but finishing touches to
be applied in advance of the formal
Charles Hteelsmith. of The Dalles
Columbia line, left last night for the
nnner river to look after the steamers
Inland Kmpirc and Twin Cities. If
possible arrangements will be inane tc
bring them through the canal in ad
vance of the official opening, so they
may be overhauled and be ready to go
on runs above Celilo when the water
wav is available. It was Intended to
have at least one steamer operating
above by April 1. but in the event
they can be floated to the middle river
in advance of that time the date of be
ginning the service may be extended.
Trade Siba-iva InrrfSNr,
The company has considered placing
the iteamer J. N. Teal on a round-
trip schedule from Portland lo The
Dalies, but as the steamer stale oi
Washington will be ready March 15,
after a general overhauling and the
installation of a new boiler, it is prob
able no change will be made in t.ie
service to The Dalles until she is re
commissioned. Trade has improved along the Mid
dle Columbia, and it is declared that
the steamer Tahoma made a better
nhowing in January and February than
during any months she has been on the
CAM1XO OIT AGAIN" IX MONTH
Ttelicr Vessel Proceeds to Rotterdam
When Through at Halifax.
Writing to Frank FoIIam. Portland
ticket agent for the fleet. Captain A.
K. Ahlin. of the Arrow Line steasner
Camino. which is at Halifax, from San
Francisco, undergoing repairs after
having been damaged when nearing
there, and was towed in. says that the
vessel will be ready to leave for Itot
terdam in about a month.
Captain Ahlin's letter is dated Febru
ary 23, and nt the time, he writes, the
Heather was cold with ice and snow on
every hand. He expetced the cargo of
the Camino to be discharged in two
days and she would be repaired at once.
At tp the hull, he says the vessel stood
the attack of the elements without ma
terial harm. On deck there wer dam
ages and because the house sustained
ome Captain Ahlin though the wooden
material mould be' replaced by steel.
The Camino was loaded with Belgian
relief supplies donated by California
citizens, and she is to reload and pro
ceed to Rotterdam.
iaXCH ON SANTA CATAL1NA
Contractors Will Entertain as Big
Undertaking Is Closed.
lnitations have been issued by the
Willamette Iron & Steel Works to a
luncheon at 12:30 o'l-Iock Saturday
aboard the Grace liner Santa Catalina,
which that company has repaired since
November 16 at a cost in excess of
JJ00.000. and W. It. Grace & Company
nre to accept the vessel at the luncheon,
the contract having provided that the
work was to be completed March 6.
Testa are being made of tanks below
deck, and a force of painters are busy
above. Machinery overhauling had been
attended to so that the engines are
about ready to be turned over and
when the steamer leaves the yard for
the Eastern & Western mill, to take
en lumber for. New York, she should
be in readiness, though the matter of
arranging cargo gear may be left un
til Sunday. It is the largest marine re
pair contract ever undertaken here and
the fact it was finished as agreed is an
added glory for Portland.
I'RESH WATER TO COST MORE
City lo Increase Price or liul! Run
Product to Ships in Harbor.
Material increase in the price of
Bull Run water to ships in the har
bor is proposed by City Commissioner
Daly In an ordinance sent to the City
Council yesterday. He says the water
t-annot be supplied to the vessels at
the rates existing at present without
a loss. The rates are -now 20 cents
for each 1000 gallons with a minimum
charge of Jl.
The proposed new rate is to for the
first 5000 gallons or less and 20 cents
for each 1000 gallons over 6000 gal
lons. This makes a minimum charge
of IS instead of It as at present. In
addition the crew of the ship will be
required to handle the hose from the
wharf to the ship instead of this be
ing done by the crew of the Harbor
Patrol, as as present.
DARDANELLES 3IOVE WATCHED
W beat Iom Northwest Expected to
Continue to I'nitcd Kingdom.
Exporters are not all agreed that the
ueccsa of the allies in breaking through
the Dardanelles and ultimately clear
ing the way to the Black Sea will shut
out or even seriously interfere with the
movement of cram from' the Pacific
Coast. Some take the stand that the
move on the part of the British and
French fleets, while intended to crush
the enemy there and thereby make a
gain if possible in the general strife, is
also planned to reassure Russia tney
are able to give her support and relieve
the pressure from Constantinople, and
that in the main it is a strategic move.
If wheat moves from the Russian ter
ritory about the Black Sea there are
two obstacles to be overcome, it is
averred. First, because of the turmoil
in Russia, it is doubted if large quanti
ties of grain can be delivered at tide
water in a short time. Second, the dan
ger of a submarine campaign against
ships carrying the cereal to England
and France is viewed as a hindrance.
It is felt by optimists that-the bottom
of the wheat market has been reached
and that it will -advance again shortly.
METEOR LOADS CANAL. CARGO
Anicrican-Hawaiiun to Transport
Lumber From Wauna to New York.
Latest' of the Coast carriers im
pressed in the lumber trade between
the Columbia River and New York is
the well-known steamer Meteor, which
has been engaged by the American
Hawaiian Steamship Company and
loads at Wauna. She carries 1.550,000
W. R. Grace & Co. are loading the
Hammond steamer Edgar H. Vance at
New York for San Francisco and cargo
she is to transport will Include Port
land consignments that will be trans
shipped from the Golden Gate. It is
regarded certain that 'it the demana
from the East Coast continues she will
be engaged for a return voyage with
lumber. On the McCormick steamer
Celilo. which sailed yesterday for San
Francisco, were 120 timbers destined
for the' Erie Canal, that are to be
forwarded from the Golden Gate. The
company loads the St. Helens, coming
from Norfolk with a coal cargo, as is
the steamer Columbia, which is ex
pected to be taken for another voyage
via the Canal.
CARGO OUTLOOK IS IMPROVING
March Expected to lie Busy Month
at Grays Harbor. .
ABERDEEN, Wash.. March 2. While
only 20 vessels cleared from Grays
Harbor in February, with lumber,
March is expected to be the busiest
month for cargo business experienced
since the war. Seven ships now are
loading here for foreign ports and will
clear this mqnth. Four, vessels are
loading for domestic ports and two
others are due here tomorrow. Two
steamers so far have cleared this
Announcement of the return of the
Norwood onto the Grays Harbor-San
Francisco run, after being idle for sev
eral months, was announced today.
A new record for speed In loading
was set today for smaller lumber car
riers by the Tahoe, which cleared with
775,000 feet of lumber which was load
ed by 20 men in 17 hours of work.
The Tahoe has made two round trips
between Grays Harbor and San Fran
cisco in just 23 days.
HIAWATHA EOR AUSTRALIA
Squarcrigger on Way From South
Africa Chartered for Grain.
Balfour. Guthrie & Co. took the Nor
wegian bark Hiawatha yesterday at 50
shillings, to load grain at Portland for
Australia. She is a vessel of 1496 tons,
net register, and has been on the way
from Cape Town sinco December 5.
Owners of the vessel have steadfastly
refused to consider firm offers to load
for the L'nlted Kingdom, insisting on
keeping the ship on this side.
There was a report going the rounds
that one tramp steamer had been of
fered for the United Kingdom at SO
shillings, but with wheat having fallen
off since the last steamer engagement
at 70 shillings, exporters are wary
about paying fancy prices. A sailing
vessel owned at San Francisco was
spoken of as available at about 52s 6d.
which would mean a decline, as the
fort Stanley, now ready t tow sea
ward, was fixed at 55 shillings, the I
top-notch for sailers.
Sailor Falls to Death.
Because the British ship Bay of Bis
cay could not be breasted off Mont
gomery dock until this morning Hugh
Brady, municipal grappler. was unable
to recover the body of John Donovan,
a sailor from that vessel, who fell
from the dock about 10:30 o'clock yes
terday. He is believed to haie been
killed by the fall, as he struck a bal
last log on his side and his head hit
the side of the ship with considerable
force. The deceased had been on the
vessel about nine months.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
POHTLAND. March 2. Maximum tem
perature. 50 degrees; minimum, 37.8 de
grees. River reading. 8 A. M.. 4.6 feet;
change in last 24 hours, 0.1 foot rise. To
tal rainfall, o P. M. to S P. M., none: to
tal rainfall since September 1. 1914. 11.80
Inches: normal. 31.88 inches; deficiency.
10 18 inches. Total sunshine, none: possible.
11 hours 10 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sea level) 5 P. M.. 30.0S inches.
S I 3 Wind
5 5? 2
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54 0.00 20N Clear
6S 0.01'22B (Rain
40 0.00 12NE jPt. cloudy
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34 0.0S'14:W ICloudy
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The southwestern low-pressure area is
central over Southwestern Colorado and the
pressure continues low over the Northeast
ern States. Hish pressure obtains on me
North Pacific Coast and from Central Can
ada southeastward to the east Gulf and
south Atlantic coasts. Precipitation has
occurred In the Basin. Rocky Mountain and
Plains States, in British Columbia Sas
katchewan and the St. Lawrence Valley.
The weather is 10 degrees or more colder
In Northern ftah. Arizona, Northeastern
Washington. Western South Dakota and
Minnesota: It Is correspondingly warmer
in Southwestern Utah. Oklahoma. Saskatch
ewan and British Columbia. Freezing tem
peratures prevail in the Northern States
from Central Montana and Wyoming to the
Lake Region and St. Lawrence Valley: also
in the southern Rocky Mountain states
The conditions are favorable for gen
erally fair weather in this district Wednes
day with mild temperatures and light vari
able winds. '
Portland and vicinity Fair; light vari
Oregon. Washington and Idaho General
ly fair: not much change In temperature;
lisrht variable winds.
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.,
IDI JIIMC IC Dl APCn
DLnlllL Id I LttULU
ON DENTAL TRUST
'Painless' Parker Avers Spec
tator's Attacks Were Paid
For by Enemies.
HUMElS ANSWER IS QUOTED
Dentift Says Publication He Is Suing
Violated Neutrality and, Unlike
Spectator, Took Active Part
That the cloven hoof of the dental
trust is revealed in-the attacks made
upon him last Summer by the Specta
tor, a weekly journal of this city, for
which he is now suing the editor . Hugh
Hume, for J20.000 damages is declared
bv "Painless" Parker, who says the
source of the vitriolic articles against
him is proved in the ended answer
to the damage suit, just filed by Huti
" DrVarker says tbat Mr. Hume is a
paid hireling of the dental trust ot
his city and state. He holds, more
over that the publication he is now
taking action against does not live up
to its name. His idea of a spectator
he says, is one who looks on and views
the battle without engaging in ". He
savs Mr. Hume violated neutrality and
that he did it for a price.
Hume'ft AoMwer ttaottil.
The fizhtlng dentist who hates tne
dental trust says he can prove it
... omiinilpil answer.
on page seven of that legal document,
just filed, he points to the statement
that the Spectator came to the defenss
of the regular dentists of the state at
their request Couched in the ver
biage of the law. a portion of the pae
referred to reads as follows:
"The defendants in response to the
request of the regularly licensed and
practicing dentists of the State of Ore
gon wrote each and all of said articles
in defense of the existing law regulat
ing the profession of dentistry and in
defense of these qualified and practic
ing dentists of said State of Oregon,
and at their request and each and all
ot said articles mentioned in the com
plaint were read by the public and so
understood to be defensive articles
against the attacks made by the plain
tiff in the newspapers aforesaid upon
the legitimate and licensed practition
ers of dentistry in the State of Oregon.
I'arker tilad Henaon Shows,
j-r Tarker discussed Mr. Hume's
amended answer to the damage suit for
all that money as follows:
"This man Hume, with his paper,
claims In his amended answer that he
acted as an agent for the dental trust;
that all the scurrilous articles that lie
wrote about me last Summer were the
acts of an agent, at the solicitation and
In defense of the Dental Trust and that
because 1 didn't have a license to prac
tice dentistry in Oregon, said lense
having been refused me by the Board
of Dental Examiners, each and every
member of which Is a member of the
Dental Trust, that necessarily he must
.. - .. i ... a niinck. a fakir
can me cni ..... 1 . -
and an unskillful tooth-tinker, and a
greit many otner cnoice tH..:,
, .v.o r woo a convict and that
I had been driven out of other parts
of the country.
... i.. thai Hume has at last
x an fci
come out of his shell and told the
real reason why ne naa me nci
and say what he did. It s easy enough
when you are backed up by seven or
. . - , i i Antista in i u m t on a
stranger that has been hog-tied by
men whose Dusiness n.
watch dogs of this ethical dental trust.
onit broua-ht by Dr.
Parker is half for injury to his reputa
tion and half for damage to his busi
ness, caused, he alleges, by the publi
cation of a series of attacks upon him
in the Spectator.
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To begin discharging ballast, the La
Perouse was shifted from the stream
to, a berth at the North Pacific mill
Consignments of sulphur having been
unloaded at St. Johns, the Japanese
steamer Senju Maru shifts Into the har
bor this morning and berths at Albers
dock to discharge Manchurian corn.
San Francisco advices are that the
W R. Grace liner Cacique, which was
operated for a lengthy period between
New York and South America and later
made a voyage across the Atlantic has
been taken to load coal at Norfolk for
Mare Island, and on reaching this side
will probably go into the trade be
tween Pacific Coast ports and the West
It is reported that the Norwegian
steamer Christian Bors. a carrier well
known here and which was recently
seized by the Japanese authorities
when bound for San Pedro from
Shanghai, had been released. The
tramp is to proceed here to load a lum
ber cargo for China under charter to
the Robert Dollar Company.
Officials of the Yellow Stack line
have applied to Government engineers
to remove overhanging Vrees on the
Willamette River above Corvallis, which
are said to endanger navigation. The
steamer Grahamona made a trip from
Corvallis to Peoria Sunday and loaded
100 tons of grain. There are said to
be S00 tons of wheat and oats yet to
move to Portland from there.
San Pedro is the destination of the
steamer Solano, which was cleared at
the custom-house yesterday with a
lumber cargo measuring 800.000 feet.
' United States Inspectors Edwards
and Fuller will conduct an investiga
tion Friday into, a complaint made that
conditions in the steerage of the
steamer Beaver were not satisfactory.
A passenger made the complaint.
Joel Lucia, patentee of a cavil that
is so constructed , a haweer can be
slipped by tripping it, was unable to
demonstrate the affair yesterday when
the steamer Bear hauled away from
RID STOMACH OF Portland business directory
"Pape's Diapepsin" Ends
Stomach Distress in Five
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach is bad or an uncertain
one or a harmful one your stomach
ii valuable: you mustn't injure it
with drastic drugs..
Pape's Diapepsin is notea lor its
speed in giving relief; its harmless-
. . .. ...riuin unfailin&r action in
nees. 1 ' v ... -J
regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs.
Its millions of cures in indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made it famous the world
over- , . .
' Keep this perfect stomach doctor In
your home keep it handy get a large
fifty-cent case from any drug store and
then, if anyone should eat something
which doesn't agree with them; if
what they eat lays like lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas; causes head
ache, dizziness and nausea; eructa
tions of acid and undigested food
remember, as soon as Pape's Diapepsin
comes in contact with the stomach all
sucti distress vanishes. Its promptness,
certainty and ease in overcoming the
worst stomach disorders is a revelation
to those who try it- Adv.
Ainsworth dock because the line made
fast to the ca.vil had no strain on it.
The Bear sailed with SCO passengers
and. a full load of freight.
G. P. Breckenwoldt, representing
German underwriters, sailed for San
Francisco yeeterday after having in
spected harbor and general shipping
conditions here. He is making a tour
of the Pacific Coast to lamuiarize Him
self with harbor entrances and chan
In tow of the Shaver steamer
Wauna the dredge Sandy left- Puget
Island vesterday on her return to Port
land. The machine was towed there
a week ago Sunday for a small amount
Captain Morse arrived from Newport
yesterday in advance of his charge, the
gasoline schooner Ahaenada, which is
to be in port today.
To start loading grain, the French
bark Touraine hauls to Albina dock to
day. In the March number of the Pacific
Marine Review, which reached Port
landers yesterday from San Francisco,
is an interesting story by G. B. He
gardt, chief engineer of the Commission
of Public Docks, on general channel
conditions, construction of the new mu
nicipal marine facilities and what is
expected to be accomplished here.
Grays River Logffcr Hurt by Cable.
ASTORIA. Or., March 42. (Special.)
Ingolv Alsas, an employe at the Port
land Lumber Company's logging camp
at Grays River, Wash., was struck on
the face and neck by a eable while at
work in the camp yesterday and in
jured so badly that he had not re
cbvered consciousness tonight. Alsas
is a native of Norway, 26 years of age
and is married.
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or.. March 2. (Special.)
The gasoline schooner Mirene cleared
today for Waldport with general cargo
The British schooner David Evans
was brought from Young's Bay this
afternoon and will' be taken to Port
land to load lumber for Japan.
The steam schooner Olson & Ma
honey, after discharging cargo at
Astoria and Portland, sailed for Wil
lapa harbor. She will go to Puget
Sound to complete her cargo.
The tank steamer Atlas sailed for
California after discharging fuel oil
The gasoline schoomer Ahwaneda ar
rived from Newport.
The British ship Castleton sailed
for the United Kingdom with a cargo
of grain from Portland.
The Japanese schooner Kenkon Maru
No. 8 arrived from Japan and goes to
Portland to load.
COOS HAY', Or.. Feb. 2. (Special.)
The auxiliary cruiser Barnacle sailed
away from Coos Bay this morning at
2 o'clock en route to San Francisco,
Mexico and South America. The own
ers. Frank Harris, D. M. Poste and S. D.
Wilson, were the only ones on board.
The Barnacle is but 27 feet long and
has a 12-foot beam. They will go down
the West Coast in easy stages and call
first at San Francisco.
The steamer Nann Smith sailed for
San Francisco this afternoon at 3:30
with lumber and 60 passengers.
The steam schooner Hardy arrived
during the night from San Francisco
and is loading lumber at North Bend.
The tug Gleaner sailed with a full
cargo of freight at 8:30 this morning
for Umpqua River points. i
COOS BAY, Or., March 2. (Special.)
The gasoline schooner Rustler sailed
for Port Orford and Wedderbiu-n to
day with freight. On her return the
Rustler and Roamcr will sail for Port
land to secure cannery supplies for
the Maclcay estate, to be delivered at
Marconi Wireless Jtepprxe.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M., March
2, unless otherwise designated.)
nririhar H.lllneham for King Cove,
Alaska, JB0 miles from Capo Flattery.
Atlas, Portland for Richmond, eight miles
south of Heceta Head.
Buck, Point wens tor oan imutui-u,
miles from Point Wells.
r-no-rAM Seattle for San Francisco, 10
miles south of Tatoosh Island.
Richmond, Willi oargo vo, onu r .ouv-.o.
for New York. I'JOK miles south of ban
Francisco, March 1. 8 V. M.
Lucas, with barce 9o. San Francisco for
BalboJ, 2163 miles south ot San Francisco
March 1, 8 P. M. ...
Columbia San Francisco for Antofogasta,
1957 miles south of San Francisco, March 1,
8 SanJuan, Balboa for San Francisco, an
chored off San Jose de Gutemala. March 1,
8 P. M.
Santa Cecilia. San Francisco for New
York L'029 miles north and west of Balboa,
March 1. S P. M. ,
Newport. Balboa for San Francisco. 43J
miles south of San Francisco.
lainun New York for sen -Pedro, ulo
miles south of San Pedro.
Redonno, san rearo ior can jintv,
miles west of San- Pedro.
Multnomah. San Francisco for San Pedro,
eight miles west of Point Concepcion.
Stanley Dollar. San Francisco -for New
York 1490 miles south' of San .Francisco.
Pennsvlvania. San Francisco for Balboa,
1454 miles south of San Francisco.
Manchuria. San Francisco for Orient. o3
miles out, March 1. t P. M.
Enterpr se. nonoiuiu ior aan
155-J miles out. March 1, 8 P. M.
v.iannia San Francisco for Honolulu. 1J6
miles from Honolulu. March 1. 8 P. M.
Lanslns. Hilo for Port San .. Luis. 1S00
miles out. March 1. 8 P. M.
Farragut, San r rancisco ior aoatiie, tio
miles north of Point Reyes.
Yosemlto, Kar. Francisoc for San Pedro,
off Pigeon Point. ,
Hanify, San Francisco for Honolulu, -'4
Santa Clara, Ban Francisco for San Pedro.
25 miles .south of Pigeon Point.
Barge al. and tug Defiance, San Pedro
for Richmond, pine miles north of Point Sur.
Asuncion, p.ichmond for Portland, 21) miles
north of San Francisco.
Chanslor. Honolulu ior can rianciacv,
elffht miles out.
Scott. Nanaimo for San Francisco, off
Movements of .V'essels.
PORTLAND, March 2. Bailed Steamers
Bear for San Francisco and San Pedro;
Breakwater, for Coos Bay; Cricket, for
Bellingham; Colilo. for San Francisco;
Willamette, for San Diego.
Astoria. March 2. Sailed at I :4j A. M.
Steamer Olson & Mahony, for Wlllapa-Harbor.
Sailed at 8:0 A. M. Steamer siskl-
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NORTHWEST I1UU CO. Hu(js from old car
pets, lag rugs. lt3 East 8i. Both phones.
CELULOIU BUTTONS. BADtiES.
THE lltWlN-UODBON COMPANY,
12 5tli si. Phone Main a!2 and A 12o4.
CERTIFIED 1'L'BLiC ACCOUNTANTS.
GEO. K1DOUT Marshall .ioi.
iluti 12th su
William. Eatelle and William, Jr.. Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodtB in the city.
Parlors 302 Geriinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main laul.
GRADUATE1 foot specialist, manicurist. 204
Macleay bldg. 296 Washington u Mar
shall SS50. '
lill. ETHEL A. SACltl, painless chiropodist.
5ot Panama bids- U'lione Main 9Ub8,
CHiKOPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
HIT. Office Fliedner bldg. Main 347i.
Dr. McMahon surprises all. chronic cases, ol
treatments, Slo. Others leBS. 121 4th at.
Dr. Poulson. specialist
Jiervous, chronic diseases,
liluck. Main 8414.
CLEANING AND PKESS1NO.
DKEPS SUITS for reuu We press on suit
Lash week for SI. 60 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
P0 Stark St.. bet. 5h and tith. Main 514.
Accojnts, notes, Judgments collected. "Adopt
Sh rt Methods." Short Adjustment Co..
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
LAD collector, honest methods, money re
mitted day received. Northwestern clear
ance Co., 1219 N. W. Pank bide. Main 8855.
' . wvicestei u.uk
No collection no cuarge.( tsiaousnea iww.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOrS.
DUBRILLE BUGGY TOP CO. 200 2d St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus T ranster, park A Davis.
Royal Bakery & Cont.. Inc.llth and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD, 13th and Burnslde.
CASCAKA UARK AND GRAPE KUOf.
KAIIN BROS., 11 Front tt.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER,
p. T. CROWE & CO., 46 Fourth St.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO., 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Pine sta
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marsnall.
H M HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
vou. for San Pedro. Sailed at 0 A. M.
Steamer Atlas, for San Francisco. Sailed a'
11 A. M. British ship Castleton. for United
San Francisco, Marh 2. Sailed at noon
Pteamr Itore Citv. for San Pedro. Arrived
at noon and sailed at 2 P. M. Steamer Yo
semite. from I'ortland. for San Pedro. Ar
rived Japanese steamer Azumusan Maru,
from Otaru. for Portland.
Banrlon. March .2. Sailed Gasoline
schooner Patsy, from Portland, for San
Francisco. , - .
Eureka, March 2. Arrived at i A. M.
Steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Portland, via
'Coos Bar. rt
Honolulu. March 2. Arrived Steamer O.
M Clark, from Portland, for Pearl Harbor.
Aberdeen. March 2. Arrived Steamer
Tahoe, from San Francisco.
Kahultii, March 1. Sailed Barkentine
James Tuft, for Portland.
Isle of Wieht, March 1. Passed British
steamer Merionethshire, from Portland, for
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
1-.-.4 A. M S.S ft. 8:17 A. M 0.7 fL
o:o7 p. M .S.4 fl. S:24 P. M 0.6 ft.
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, March Condition of
the bar at 5 P. M.: Sta, smooth; wind,
northwest 10 miles.
SYRUP OF FIGS
FOR CROSS, SICK,
If Little Stomach Is Sour, Liver
Torpid or Bowels
. .. . .. nlulnff
fliotliers can rest eay ,te.
,. . . . . . . .-. i.' ; .. " I..... ne a in
uauiurnia oyruy wi x -
a few hours all the clogged-up waste.
... , - r A ivsnllv
BOur Dlio ana lerniunniis few.-..,
moves out of the bowels, and you have
a well, playful child again. Children
i i -. mi talrA tin time from
a i in pi j. win iivi . -
play to empty their bowels, and they
become tightly pacaea, nmi fcc-
gtsh and stomach disordered.
When cross, feverish, restiess, see if
innmi, la Fnatnil. then cive this deli
cious "fruit laxative." Children love
it and it can not cause injury. No
difference what ails your little one if
full of cold, or a sore throat, diar
rhoea, stomach-ache, bad breath, re
member, a gentle "inside cleansing
should always be the first treatment
given. Full directions for babies, chil
dren of all ages and grown-ups are
printed on each bottle.
Beware or counienen n y.H
. . .0.0-1., rn. a no-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs.- then
look carefully ana see ma.
Dy the "California Fig- Syrup Com
pany." WO make no smancr
Hand back witn contemut u
fig syrup. Adv.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Hail, "d tiUndMT- rer Lin.
One time ....--.v:;- ---"--" ill
bame ad two wsmui.. . ioi
bims ad tnree tMiwuu.i . .i' ' 1. iii
hlme ad six or seven consecutive times. . Me
.mde? "aNw TVS.7"7 -il 'h
buualiom, aate temmle.
lor Kent. Kuouis, Private tamllles.
Board and Koonis, Private iaiuUles
Housekeepiutt-Kooiiis. private iainllles.
Late on the above classUicatlons is 1 cant
a line each Insertion.
On "charge" advertisements charge will be
hBrd on tne number oi noes riiikwiui
ins paper. reardles ol the number of words
In ea.u line" .Minimum charge, two lines.
The Oreaoulan will accept classified s,u
verusenieni. over Uio telephone, provided
Tl. advertiser is a subscriber to eltner
unone. Noprlces will bo quoted over the
tuuue. but bill will b rendered me follow.
isT Say. Whether subsequent advertiso
u nts will be accepted over the phono de
Zends upon the promptness pi payment of
eluhone advertisements. Situations want
ed and Personal advertisements win um u
accepted over the telephone. 4Jrder lor one
rc i .ill he accented for "t nrni-
iuro tor oale." "Muslness OpportuuiUes.''
MKSommg-Uouse." and "Wanted to Kenl."
ino Oreaonlan wui not luaissm mui
ey or aisumo responsibility for errors c
culrlus in telephone advertisements.
Advertnements in''"" wf' .-
flcation must be In The Oregonian office be-
IKSllvu .... u, ni.hl .('lit. PuiriirilBV.
lore w oviwn I , :
ClosinK hour ior sue r.unu-, ""iyT" ,"
be 7-30 o'clock Saturday night, lbs office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual,
and all ads received too late for proper
"lasMlt.atioo will be run unuer the heading
"loo Lalo to Classify." ....
. . . . . I ...til nn ha HanAMlhk fill
1 IIO ureiumnH ... " - . . -.
more than one Incorrect insertion of any
advertisement offered lor more than mil
time. .. . , ntik a tnia
Xeieyuouo Usui imvi " vvvv.
CLAIMS of any description collected on
percentage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
420 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 4M.
PKOF. WAL WILSON Waits, hesitation,
one-step, fox trot, etc., morning, afieruoon
and evjning; lessonj 25c; guarantee to
teach anyone who walks liow to dance; 4
private lessons and classes, 2: classes
Thuisday and Saturday evening, 7 to 8:3u.
85 'j Sth. bet. Stark and Oak. Main "tti.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons dally; classes
lues.. Friday evenings, s to 10. 10 id St.,
bet. Washington and Stark. Lessons2jC.
EVE, EAlt, NOSE AND THKOAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses htted. Dr.
F. F. lseday, o!7 Dekum oldg., 3d ac n.
MoToKS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repairing
and rewinding; all work guaranteed. H.
M H. Electric Cu., 31 First St. Norm.
Phone Main 9219.
EOLNDKV AND MACHINE WOKKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East 8d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE & MAUik
HAM CO.. 343 Washington at,
Engines, holler, sawmills, bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
HSTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
olcycleB. Phone Main 53. A 2153.
rented and sold.
2.0 2d st.
PROCESSOR GiiiKFIN, vocal Instructor,
will take few nire pupils, call 11 to 5:30.
40s Ellers blag.
Emll 'I hielhorn. v:olln teacher; pupil Sevclk.
207 Fliedner bldg. A 4100. Marshall 1820.
THIS OREGON MA lull ON SALE AT
E1LEKS AND CKAVES MUSIC Diil'TS.
N'A'l UHOPA1HIC I'HYMCIANS.
DR. P-H1LL1PS, specialist lu paralysis, nerv
ous, cbrouic diseased. 504 oregoman bldg
A FIGHT on hlRh prices.
U'lt pay d lu $10 lor
glasses when 1 can lit
your eyes with lirst-dua.-
itv lenses gold-nlled frames, as low as1.5o?
Goodman.- 09 Morrison, near bridge Ma.l
-rr"-".i. filled. Write for parllcu.ars.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
WAUHAMS & Co.. b'j-ia Fourth st.
BATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSKR HAT I P.. 53-55 Front
HIDES FELTS. WOOL AND ICRS.
KA11N BROS., 191 Front st.
PACIFIC IKON V.UKK3.
STRUCTURAL STBL1L PLANT.
Portland Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE M PI'LIES.
LliAS. J.. MASiTO : Co.. 74 l'roul; leath
er ot every description; taps, mfg. tlnllngs.
MEN'S AND VVOilEVS NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwiar Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth St.
BRA rSH A W BUu.S.. Morrison and lh sta.
Portland Wire & Iron ks..
id and ColumMa.
HrnailMuv. al Taj lor
Main I, A 1122
Al l. THIS
I-ltlCtl " V
MAT. TODAY 2:15
SPECIAL PKICK MAT. hATl KDA Y.
N. V. Winter Lurdrn .Mush-al Kevue
WHIRL a WORLD
KIOENE HOWARD WILLIE
EXCELLENT CAST KM) CUM PAN V
Al'UMENTED ortl ll KSTKA
Eve. 1 50, $1. "uc. Mic. llarcaln
Mat. Todav and Frl., $1, 7oc, 50c. spe
cial Sat. Mat-. I..K. 1. 7.K-, ..nc.
SH TS NOW SKI. I. IN''..
TUB FAVORITE COMIC OPEHA
Evenlnits fi, T.'.c, r."c. 5;..-. H.ir
caln Wed. ind Sat. Mais. f.n. " .c, -..c.
SKAT SAI.H TllMOIlllllW.
Slain S. A 5r,0.
Geo. l.-lJalier. Jlr'
TonlKht. All week. Mat-.. "7. Wlt
sreat (lus mil l.-cw jmii ........
UiKsest laiii.-hlnR hit on reeorri
"HIUM.INtl 11 t ATI! Lit.
Founded on the famous Mcjiai us -
Usui 6 rtrosdnsv. st Mark. a
Joseph V.. Howard and Mabel .Met ane.
"tilrl 1 roin Milwaukee.
Voung Jacob.., MMed by Klh, I M tarland
Kinicllnn Ji Kbiier.
MiC I ily l our.
Hillv llnnlry sml Kveljn.
MATIN UK. KEKV lA1i.
5:30 1 M
i 7:S0, t :I0
c RIHIIMXIi lllRl.S fi
AND COLLIES WITH HLTP.,
5OTHTCR HKADI.I.NB ATTS o
BKST PIIOW IN TOWN.
Choice tieats for 1 irst-Night hhow neseryed
PRICES Afternoons 10c, 15c. Niclits -r
mTIKEE DAICf 230
Dlrert from Eastern triumphs. "--""--""
Law." by Willard Mack, with l-andrrs ftte-
ens. Oeorgia Cooper o.
6 OIHFK BIli-l KAI l KK AC I
Itoi.es and first row balcony reserved by
plume. Main 46:10. A -J''ll.
llth Street Playhouse
Coner llth and Morrison Sts.
(Formerly the Hakerl
Continuous From t I". M. to II 1. M.
ALL THIS Whr.K.
The first and only authentic films
sanctioned by the Kaiser and approved
by German war board censors.
THE TALKOFJ'HE TOWN.
"rurEs-is-A" rrTYiTc nts.
Phone Your Want Ads.
Main 7070, A 6095
AUCTION SALES TODAT.
Ford Auction House. 211 1st. Furnlturs.
carpets, etc. Sals at P. M.
t Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A, al.,
furnlturs 168-8 First st.
K. T. Special. Thursday
evening. March A, at 7:30.
Ln-lll. Vou will like It; bcilcr
C. F. WlliUANU, liecyrdcr.
Fun at lop spcod. "1m"m, . ' l'ven
and best fi.mlnc ami dm.rin orus. 1. " '
KKJflb-8 -kenlnror0 .
DK H B. NORTH Kl' P. So MoiKn bids ,
cor. Broadway and Washington ..r.et, of
fice phone. Main 34IVresld.n-e. t..t lo. .
R. c WlUGHT 22 years' practice. U. b. and
forencn patents, lion Dekuin bldg.
AIM'INU AMI KALMMIMQ.
WE kal.omlno rooms at anil .s..at
houses at your price. Last o-. Hw.
STEIN'S LOAN OFFICS.
; North ih bt
ELBY. CO. separate department Ior ladiss.
SJO Lumber ia.ctiPs. d and mars, ace.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. iraclury sud
office near U4ib and Yui :ksis.Ma.uJI..
KIUI1 E B STAMPS. PEA LS. U HA S3 SIGN.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP VVOU.d.
SSI Wash. st. i'l'ooc Mam U sua A l?l.
bUOES HALF SOLfcU
1U 1U lUlUUtes
wans you wait
led. :w Yoik Shns nepair Co.
ill ft Aider ot.
Z iHCK Tiausfcr & Storags Co. offlcs
'and cuimiiuuiuua 4-siory unvll warslious..
scprat nou room sud fireproof vau. is
lor laiuabies. N. W. km. id sud 1 In. at..
1-iauua auu lurulluie liioved and pack. 1
lor .uipmnt. special raics inaue ou oou.
in our imough cars lo all domesuo sua
Ion: is u porlsMaju6j1Al
OLSON-UOE TRANSFER CO.
New Xirvpioot warehouses w lUi sepsrs's
rooms. W. movs sua psc bouselio.d
,7..,.i and pianos aud snip at t.uuc.a
. . i .... Alild an
ui.ii .liMLi-ibuLina aauuls
isuice kuw - -1
Maiu 54 . A - 1.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 471 Gllsaa it,
eut llll le.cplioue Mam 6i or A 114.
e"on and operate two lst class-'A
warehouses ou terminal pun. Lo..l
In.ui ancui sus 1"J:'"; .
ilWMNG W ARElioL.-ili . 1 KANSFUM. tU.
ht, lo. an PUi and lloyt sta.
Mu.iu. packing, shipping, sioiasa.
Main n. A
MAUISON-ST DOCK, and l A II L UOUolt -Oflice
lbs Madison, oc.cr.l ''"'""V"
snd loiaruing ,,eins.l loii.Ma.aisi.
UK KEN "ml dry s.abwcmd. bio.
ama Fuel Co. Ma. a .. AJ
PAINTS AND WALL MrKK.
W. P. 1' l t.l.l'.lt A( OI-lllslld l'avlS
. & v I .kill Slt I.I..IM.
j IIASMI .-t-..N ,v cu. -u and is otr sta
r . ..r rr";v. v. Vn t ti.ih.ji.
I'll r., inc.
Al. I.. ll.l.r.. Pt g" '
... . ........ Tii. .ii.tu 1.1 ri'ULs.
SI. I.. M.I.M'i . . w ........
ill; T.Ik .....
F. W. MAI. il.-i at CO.. 1st Slid '
FiioDt E I OVfvilVMUN MI R H ll.
I'A WllMNU A ! A 1. 11 l.l.l.. Mo 1 mm t
.... . . i HI UIIVU4
........ .... I.IM.IMJ 1UIVK
Portland l oroane i .. 1 4ihaod North run.
sAsl'l. DOORS AMI .LAS.
V. P. I t I. LEU IV- i". l-io and l'l
ylRll.N WALL PAPER i o ? 2d '
n.ii i Ai k r.ntT.EKH s riiiN.
HI I IKIi f ll-I.D I'll":'. M'HIAWK I'll"!
Ml l.'I'N' M II iiHM'll.. N" I'
ll NI S. .M . IIH' tw llil lr-.llir-
jV il:ivl c'-'i'"K. "'e Mai.. ml. l-ml'le
lit 7 ,i i tni-k, 1-M M mi. in r. ii'irrii i.
liic K. il.'Ci''. i.iri.i-.. t......,-
o'rlo.h. ..ll..'.l I'V il.-Ki'-H mid a p.'clal
hour. 'I'll.- hi ti-ml.in. c im all II. .it"l e. ii
:lcla li delicti. .... i
j K. U. KiiMlNMiN, llrr-nldcr
l ui i:mi.ii i I' t.i ! :k. S".
A. 1'. AMI A. M.- Mated com
tiiutii.aii. ii al." i i.. . i",T
-'S''P:3r t ednuMliiy l eienina.
XVV j-i.i i,.l miii.Iv l.lv.l. VlMlul
wclnimi-. tir.lcr V. M.
II. !. ill.W'lV --
KEr.l.MU In till-- cliT-Miii-eli ?. t..-.. Ivrll.-r.
Mi;.-'! ' nu, li iiuintlii. mid 17 il-nn. Ie
i.ne.i Miii i.r Mm. i:ill.i.ih K'.lii. "f
Swlizcrliin.l. a br.-il.er .f l-rmiU Kill-i.
Snil Ff.lllriM ..: ..l..l.ll Ki'llei. i.f r.il.i-
la.lo. J. n-i.. K.1I.I'. of Ill'Urfi. 1,1. Wi.i
iiicliiii. Mkmm I'.i.i. Mmll.ni. Siiplils i"
Miirv Keller, nil i'f Sw itz.-rUli.. The 1''
mains ,tr.- lit the eoiii., r 1i t H y elii. I i.C
I-' S. illllilillif;. I-'HM Side Killieml Id '-
i.rs. 11 I'.ni-l Aider st. Funcrul ii..ih In a
later I.' sue.
PA I .My L' 1ST March -'. ill the family revl
ilenee. llol ilneim st,, Hetly I 'a i mq u ist .
Hk-n .'.II eill. lielnvil mill her uf I'll I
l'almliil.sl il n. I iKIit nf Miss Aiiiiio I'lriek
imn. Tin; leinriiiiH are al Pi are. ill s uu
il.Tlaklnc. .a r.n s.
rCMr.lt.' I. NOTK.I.S.
SII I lli'il.M l.'eli. Hi. f.imlti re.i.lrTi.'...
::n.; s.-nianieiit-i Kt.. I -il llutif Slnilioini.
lice l:l e:ns I ..-.eaF.-.l IS KM! live. I liy ln
widow. ' l,et. a. ShulHilm. and tlirre elul
ilien. Ilanil.l. i lareii." and r.ie;n; tinr
lirnlllers im. I llin-c M.fers. Maitnm r-' i n -linlm.
of lliistliiKS, Minn.: l"f Mniln'1'n.
i.f Or.-sliani. III.; linn P- li il 1 1 ' I II i . of tins
eilv; Mm. (II. il r.-i.-m.iii. of llili Cllv
Mrs. Nels J.ilniF.m. niignn ilv. nr.; one
sister. Mrs. M. Apileisiin. mid ..ne li'iitliei.
Julian Sliiilii.lm. i-.-nl- in se.l.n. Itineil
services lll be ennil liel e.l (r.im the (Ihihi
ri slileii.-e l.imerr.nv I Tli ur.li 1 Mnr.-h 4.
.,, . j- m Fricinln milted. li.nrmeiil
famllv !!'(. r:.'e i 'iiv iVmete-v. licliisins
at PcarnMi's iin.lertiili.iii; parl.ns.
FINKlv-l.i tins fin, Feb. -v. at Ms' ls'
residence. l'l Kan .-'I ''"'I'11 '
Finke a-e-1 ''! ieais. ti.ilier .." .1 il I ' H a L.
It.il.el't and Hernard f...ke l rs. Ch"'.'-
I- Sleinlein iiihI Mis. W. V . Hale. Ill
funeral service, will !'"'?y
.WednesdsM nf 1 o'clock P. M. a in-rrsklen.-e
esta III Islimenl of .1. I'. Ilnlev
Son MontKoniery at Mb. Friends nnilrd.
Interment at interview t -etnete r i .
HP WITT In tills eity. Feb. SuniiKl II.
lleivllt ae '..' yearn 1. tnmitlis dais,
late nf'sil I-'!' St. Friends lin-lled to a t -
!",! fnm'ial s.rviees. altie ..",."-',-
si llclinsii's funeral parlors lit . I. M
l.idnv .WeilneMl.n l. Msr. I. Inf iiueiit
lioee City l ark Cemeteiy.
lini,-; -In this elti. pel.. Hi 111!
T eisjll rll.'e. '-"'I r'.'H. rv J.'P'r.
v.- year.. Fun-tal s.-n tecs ,h;,?
from al.oie re-l.l-n.c nl J IV M ll'
iWednesdsyl. Manl. 11. Fll'nds milled
1'lea.e omit flower..
r t n i: u al nmrcTQit-
UrrTT; r k-Z ,J ! iri
men't" In' Port'luiid wild ptusl. ulivsaay.
M..U A1M rJiL1.y t fo!C
Montgomery st rifftt
IR KDIVARO HOLM AN, ths lesilln
funeisl liector. 22v Thud street, t orner
balmon. Lsdy assuuanL A lill, slals "
K. s. OCNNINO. INC..
East Side Funeral Dncclnrs, III Blast Al
der street. i-:a-t ei. B 't..'t."i.
A i:. ItKLI-lilt CO.. ."it- W II. 1. 1 AMD A V K.
Kan I IOMI. C !.. Lsdy allelidsnu lis
and nlKlit service.
DINMNU fc M fc.N l Ki:. funeial dlteclots.
broadAay aim Pins. J'bons Mini 4ao. A laia.
1 At d y a ttendant.
iji;Kt.l huliiiisi.ls Funeisl I'ailnis. Aulo
hearse. lf-V. Ilelmont st. Tahor l.'.'.y 11
It T HlKNt.", WhlUms sis Slid Knoll.
Kant lila, .' I1H.I. lJd sttemisnt
P. L. 1.KUC11. Lent lllli and Clay slrssta
Lady ansi-tiitil. baft 7M.
jTiTiiV.-KS I 'NDF.HTAKINU I't'HrAN V. a4
snd Clay. Main A iU.i. Laoy aitandant.
MAKVIN tt Founts CO.. tloil.ts, -147 Ml
lnton. Mam . A UnU. Flowers for all
r.. snlsticslly stisnged.
CLAHKhl BIIOW, desianets and aecorslors.
fresh cut flowers, meat isrloly. Mornsoa.
between 4th and 1th. Mam or A 1WJ.
li.'slittis and olirsii
bllOr. '.'d and Aldsr.
MAX M. bMlTH. Mm 'illi. A
A C. F. 11C tt K li A HUT. lio N. and uti.rsl
dcslsns sud cu'. lloweis. Main lioJ. A il-i.
vr r if s.,1 iii 'J ii