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J4 " " TnE MORNING OREGONIAy, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17. 1915.
RIVER BOATS CRUSH
Collision on Coquille Revives
Account of Old Troubles.
INVESTIGATION IS ORDERED
3rtcr of Steamer Cliarm Kcports
Tliat Steamer Telegraph Kanimed
His Craft, but Telegraph Master
Sars Charm nan Across Bow.
Steamboatinir on the Coquille River
appears to hare more rivalry, singer
and kindred activity woven Into It tnan
on any waters within the jurisdiction
c.f the Federal Government, and prob
ably excitement produced Is only ex
ceeded by that where the Germans and
allies are striving for marine suprem
acy, for a third investigation has been
ordered by United States Inspectors Ed
wards and Fuller to determine respon
sibility for the last of a series of acci
dents that have drawn official dis
proval. Reports reached the office of the in
' spectors yesterday that the Charm and
Telegraph, passenger carriers plying
between Bandon and Coquille. had col
lided, and reports of the masters there
of throw no great licht on the case. As
the incpecors visited the reigon a few
years ago and inflicted punishment on
several licensed officers for carelessness
and negligence in navigating their com
mands, it was thoupht life on the river
would be serene forevermore. Hut early
this year the marine feud broke out
again, and February 3 the inspectors,
after having investigated a mass of
charges, revoked the licenses of five
tnd suspended Ave others, some for 20
Now there has been an investigation
set for Tuesday, and the inspectors are
to leave Portland on the steamer Geo.
A'. Klder Sunday. Previous to the Feb
ruary inquisition there were numerous
report of the manner in which the
transportation game .was played on the
Coquille. travelers in that vicinity hav
ing remarked on it, and. judging from
the action of the inspectors, all stories
were not overdrawn.
In the latest mixup reports have been
filed, both attested before notaries. G..
AV. Leneve. master of the Chai ui, as
serts in his complaint that at 2:16
1'. M. March 13. when bound fnni Ban
don for Coquille and at a point ore
half mile below Cedar Point, his ves
sel was ahead of the Telegraph and
that, as the latter was about to ram
the Charm, he gave four wi.stl-?s as a
danger signal, which, he alleges, vere
not answered, but instead the Tele
graph went ahead full speed and struck
the Charm, which was damvl so i-he
was beached to prevent linking. He
says the bulwarks on the part side were
damaged and the fender strake was
ripped from stern to stem.
H. J. Dunham, skipper of the Tele
graph, sets up that it was 2:22 P. M.
that afternoon, at a point two miles
below Coquille; the Telegraph had
landed at Bastuals and. when leaving
there, the Charm came alongside and
attempted to cross the Telegraph's
bow, crowding the latter against a
boom, which both struck, the Tele
graph sliding on the boom to some
evtent and In backing off damaged the
Records at the office of the inspec
tors show that both vessels were
named in the troubles that resulted in
drastic action being taken on licenses
in February, but at present are operat
ing with different masters.
NEW BAR RANGE IS STARTED
Coarse in South Channel to Be 1000
Feet Off Jetty.
IVork of erecting structures from
which will gleam lighted ranges for
tlie south channel at the mouth of the
Columbia has been begun by a force
operating under the direction of Rob
ert "W'arrack. inspector of the Seven
teenth Lighthouse District, which was
previously engaged in repairing light
stations on the north side of the en
trance. The new bar range was re
cently authorized and permission had
been obtained from the War Depart
ment to erect the foundations.
The front range is to be located near
where the new north jetty leaves Cape
Disappointment, the exact place being
inside or a trifle to the east of the
Jtty trestle. The rear range will be
on higher ground. The lights will
have a strength of about 2500 canale
power and in a general way are to
resemble the Chinook range, which
marks the main channel on the bar.
Following the new range for the south
hannel vessels will be about 1000
feet off the end of the south jetty, it
is said. A survey of the south chan
nel has heen begun at the instance of
Colonel McKinetry, Corps of Engineers.
1. S. A., and data obtained is expected
to show an improvement in the depth
us well as in the width of the deepest
portion, as compared with the Decem
S.OVNIIXC;S OX COAST BARS
Hjdrograpliic Orficc Publishes I.at-c-t
Information on Depths.
Latent of the bulletins issued from
the branch hydrographic office as to
poundings obtained from various bars
felons: the Coast, is as follows:
rise, rtate and low-water depth Feot.
irumhnlU; Bay bar. February IS -1
Jluuibol.lt Bjy bar. March 4 '11
lloeiir Kiver bar. February 4... 11
:iou. Itlvcr bar, March 2 1
"oos r::ly bar. February t .."0
i'nn Bay bar. !arch - Is
Klamath Ktver bar, March 1 ;
sin retire- bav bar. March 1 .1"
s.m Iit'-sn liav .bar. February 35 34
l.nn- Heach tar. March 4 IW'.i
;ras Harbor bar. February 7 2-
llrays Harbor bar. March 2 23
LARGE LUMBER CARGO GOES
Bankoku Mum Finishes anil Meteor
Comes for ev York Load.
Roushly, the. Japanese steamer
Bankoku Maru took on 200.000 feet
more lumber than her measurements
had indicated, the total capacity having
first been figured as 4.000.000 feet,
while she was cleared yesterday with
an approximate cargo of 4,200,000 feet,
valued at ISS.S20. When w complete
t'ho-k is made on the cargo, the last
of which wu.h loaded yesterday, it may
prove to he larger. The vessel goes to
Tientsin and is to return for a second
4-argo of the same material, both being
dispatched by the China Import &
Export Lumber company.
The Merchants' Exchange was ad
vised yesterday that the steamer Me
teor, which loads l.SOO.000 feet of lum
ber at Wauna. for Now York, under
charter to tho Crossett Western Lum
ber company, had sailed from Seattle.
On reaching the Atlantic side it is said
the vessel enters the sugar trade.
Santa Calalina Departs.-
It will be five mouths tomorrow
since the Santa Catalina of the Grace
line caught fire near Columbia City,
on her way up the river when inbound
from New York, and estimates that the
ship would be ready for sea before the
fifth month rolled around were re
alized, aa she reached the lower harbor
early yesterday, and after loading
more freight, steamed for Fuset
In other ways than the fact the gen
eral job of repairing the vessel was
speeded and performed satisfactorily
will It work to the advantage of Port
land in an advertising way, one of the
principal causes for favorable com
ment within the superstructure being
the use of native Oregon fir in the
finishing of the passage way leading
to the upper cabin and the joiner work
throughout the house. That part of the
contract was perfomed by the St Hel
ens Shipbuilding company, of which J.
H. Price is superintendent. Mr. Price
personally looked after the task of re
placing the woodwork, as - Bert Ball,
of the Willamette Iron & Steel
Works, gave his undivided attention to
the big job. and both have been con
gratulated on the completion of the
undertaking, which is the largest ma
rine repair Job executed here.
ASTORIA PORT BOND BID AVIXS-
Coinmisslon Accepts $0,995 OiTer
on Issue ot $150,000. '
ASTORIA, Or., March 16. (Special.)
The Port of Astoria Commission, at a
short meeting today, decided to accept
the bid of 99 hi cents submitted by the
Detroit J rust company tui me
of $130,000 in port bonds drawing inter
est at the rate of 6 per cent.
This acceptance was with the proviso
. ,. . .i i. . .4 .1 ,. f,nich tha hlnnW hnnda
L I HI U L 1 1 C uluutl , ... ...v
and pay accrued interest from the date
or Issue TO tne time ot aeuverj.
The Commission also gave the engi
neer authority to purchase the neces
sary rails for the extension of the rail
road tracks along pier 2 at the munici
In readiness to tow to the lower
harbor as soon as her disbursements
are attended to. the Russian ship
Samoena, lumber-laden for the United
Kingdom, has been shifted through the
bridges from Inman-Poulsen's to an
Repairs are about completed aboard
the Government dredge Chinook, and
she mav get away for Astoria this
week. She was floated from the public
Cargo brought by the Japanese
steamer Azumusan Maru from Shanghai
consisted of 1600 tons of sulphur, 750
bags of bran and 181.184 feet of hard
wood, the latter being from Otaru. The
vessel began discharging at the St.
Johns municipal dock and has shifted
to municipal dock No. 1.
Captain W. K. Jansen haa entered
the Russian bark Pampa. from Little
ton, with 850 tons of sand ballast. She
began discharging Monday, as did the
Norwegian bark Majanka.
Carrying 700,000 feet of lumber, the
steamer Jim Butler has cleared for San
Pedro and the steamer Bee for San
Francisco with 300,000 feet of lumber,
500 piling and a shipment of ma
chinery. Lumber destined for delivery at
Quebec has been started aboard the
barkentine John C. Meyer at the plant
of the West Oregon Lumber Company
yesterday. She will be followed the
latter part of the week by the Nor
wegian steamer Thor, which loads for
the same destination, but is to receive
cargo on the lower river. ,
Lying at Oak-street dock Monday,
the gasoline 'boat Efin was given her
annual inspection and loaded imme
diately afterward for points as far as
Astoria, sailing yesterday afternoon.
To ascertain the condition of his
Snake River fleet. "Captain" Budd, su
perintendent, and William Lovell, mas
ter mechanic, of the O.-W. R. & N-fresh-water
carriers, have departed for
Sam Shaver, chief engineer of The
Dalles-Columbia line, is at Celilo, ac
companied by workers and considerable
supplies and stores for the steamer
Inland Empire, which goes into serv
ice March 25 as far as Kennewick,
making Lewiston as soon as the stage
of water will permit. The steamers
Relief and Twin Cities are to be
brought through the Celilo Canal the
latter part of the month, when the
Government steamer Umatilla is locked
Frank Bollam, Portland agent for
the independent passenger fleet, chap
eroned a party of guests to the new
liner Great Northern yesterday, as
sisted by Mrs. Bollam, in the party
being Julius Meier, Mr. and Mrs.
George Joseph, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew
C. Smith, Mrs. R. C. Mead and Mrs. C.
Making a second voyage for the
Charles R. McCormick Lumber com
pany, the steamer Santa Barbara has
returned from California and sails with
cargo and passengers tomorrow.
Captain Bunting of the Standard Oil
tank steamer Richmond, died a few
days ago at Colon, while the- steamer
was en route through that waterway,
bound for New York, towing barge No.
95. News of his demise was received
yesterday and the information that the
body would be shipped to his home
at San Francisco. Captain Bunting
was one of the best known navigators
of the tank fleet. He became better
known here in 1901, when he raised
barge No. 91 in the lower harbor, after
she had been beached and turned on
He was later master of the tanker
E. L. Drake and from that ship was
assigned to the Richmond, a more re
cent acquisition to the fleet.
Harry Jaeckel, engineer on the Har
bor Patrol launch, is ill at St. Vincent's
hospital, following an operation last
week to have His tonsils removed.
Bound for the United Kingdom, the
Norwegian ship Lika left down yes
terday after being cleared with a cargo
of 9L.102 bushels ot barley, valued at
.". SSO and 26,135 bushels of wheat at
j:io.2S2. the vessel being dispatched by
Kerr. Gifford & Co.
After discharging 210 tons of San
Francisco cargo here the steamer Daisy
Freeman was cleared yesterday for
Aberdeen in ballast.
Coming from Monterey the Associat
ed Oil Company's tanker. W. F. Her
rin, entered yesterday with 40,000 bur
rels of crude oil.
Two or tliree logging camps are re
ported to have resumed along the river
during the past week and rafts moving
are said by towboatmen to show an im
provement over February's business.
Making an early arrival from Coos
Bay yesterday Captain Macgenn shifted
the steamer Breakwater soon after
from Ainsworth dook to the new South
ern Tacific trestle, on the East Side,
where scrap Iron was discharged. The
steamer leaves on the return Friday.
Even with the number of passengers
troinf? south today from Portland on
the new steamer Great Northern it is
estimated that the steamer Bear, which
departs tills afternoon, will have close
to 200 travelers and In the way of
freight has a full cargo.
Last of the grain cargo of the
French bark La I'erousc was loaded
yesterday afternoon at the Elevator.
When an extra water service was in
stalled at the office of Brown & Mc
Cabe in 18S9 It Is averred that through
an oversight it was not Included In
the regular monthly bill of the Water
Bureau, hence a statement in the sum
of ?TS has been rendered.
-Bob'" Nicholson, of the marine -department
of Balfour. Guthrie & Com
pany, has shouldered additional re
sponsibilities through the arrival at his
lume of a seven-pound daughter.
Davles & Fehon yesterday chartered
the schooner Mabel Gale to load lurob?r
on the river for Australia and the
schooner Virginia has been fixed to
carry a cargo to a West Coast port.
Both have been laid up at Young's Bay
since Julv. and are to be drydocked be
fore loading. The barkentine James
Tuft arrived in the river yesterday
from Honolulu and goes to Knappton
to take on a lumber cargo for the West
DOCK PEACE URGED
Longshoremen's Strike Is Ex
pected to End Today.
CONFERENCE' IS ARRANGED
J. A. Madsen to Arrive in Seattle
to Slake Effort to Adjust Dif
ference and Other Plans
Made . for Settlement.
SEATTLE Wash.,-March 16. Nego
tiations begun today betweeifrepre
sentatives of the Longshoremen's Union
and water-front employers are expected
to result tomorrow in an amicable set
tlement of the longshoremen's strike,
which includes coastwise, oversea and
Alaska shipping at Vancouver and Vic
toria. B. C and Seattle and Tacoma.
The movement toward settlement of
the strike was started by Port Warden
Paysee and Chief of Police Lang, who
conferred with members of the long
shoremen's union said not to be in ac
cord with the policy adopted by the
Pacific executive board. Later the port
warden and the chief of police con
ferred with a committee of employers,
at which arrangements were made for a
meeting of union representatives with
the employers' committee.
J. A. Madsen, secretary of the Inter
national Longshoremen's Association,
Pacific Coast district, is expected here
tomorrow from Portland to try to ar
range a settlement.
It is understood that the order re
quiring employers to hire none but men
listed by the union will be rescinded.
It was this order which caused the
original boycott, declared against ves
sels unloading with nonunion crews at
Vancouver, to devetep into a general
longshoremen's strike in the Puget
The strike was extended to the coal
bunkers, when men employed to trim
bunker coal for the Alaska freighter
Edith failed to report for work.
David Taylor, a striking longshore
man, was fined $100 and sentenced to-
30 days in jail in police court on charges
of having assaulted a nonunion worn
man. LABOR OFFICIAL TO GO .NORTH
J. A. Madsen to Leave for Seattle
Dire to Longshoremen's Strike.
TI.,Mn iltanniail r,f a hntfh nf routine
office matters demanding his attention
here. J. A. Madsen, secretary-treasurer
OI 1 1 1 c rauiiiv .viwt v. -
tlonal Longshoremen's Association,
leaves today tor oeattte to iouk.
the situation mere growing out ii
tne urgttnifirtiiuii "'s v-"
fair all vessels touching at Vancouver,
B. C, where they are worked by non
t -i o rennrr that- the
unuvi men . " . -
American-Hawaiian steamers have been
placed under tne oan, is erroneous,
me insiruLiiuiia .... w..w - -
working vessels bound to or from Van
couver, some cargo arnveu uere jca-
. - .L.. !,,,.., 1 fail I i ! 1 U rlan-
leraay iiui'i . ..... . ......
gyle, which is on the unfair list and
is unloading at eeaitie witn nuuuuiua
i i iliit.i-.iT-H pflrpn ns-
ki.j Iia.b Id in niAvo nnrth hv rail.
aciuuicu -j . w
starting today. The failure of the liner
to come nere eliminates rui uauu num
tne rUUUIC WH. Hindoo a. i .
should follow involving the Coast, when
organizations anuiaieu wim mc iuh&
shoremen might go out.
That step would only be taken, it
is said, after the situation isHhorough
ly threshed over between the labor
, .- wA i-Anfoconra ti VPS nf tbe
ieauer . - --
Federation of Waterfront Employers
. ... 1 J V- .. 1, T .1 n. C.
Unions, wnicn wouiu uc t
SHANGHAI EGGS COME BACK
Season Has Started on Celestial Hen
Fruit With Large Shipment.
... . . .. i a i 1 1-o nnmhpr nf 864.-
&naaB"" cafe" fc , , . ,
Ann . : 1 in 9JA0 CO flPfl. rPAChcd the
UUU, COllLttlll" " "
city yesterday, they being part of the
cargo of the Royal Mail liner Glengyle.
which is discharging at Seattle. Of the
lot 500 cases were entered at the Port
land Custom-HOUSe, tne omera navins
been entered "in the North. It was the
. , 1 .. . e han T T-ll i t t (, h rft-
rirst iarg v- ...... --- --
ceived from the Flowery Kingdom this
season, though a lew weens ago
250 cases arrived. '
The 500 cases entered here were val
ued at $1931 and it is said the value at
r., i. .. : ...... in 0ntc rlnzen OP S3. 90
a Case. As Oregon eggs are down to
19 cents a dozen on r ront tsireei, n i
i . i frkinana ctnr-lr Will he Sold at
about 15 to 16 cents. Whether the Glen
gyle brought more eggs nas not oeen
r i i . i 1 1 f n 1 1 Hint tbere will
learneu nut i. ' : . r . , :
be additional and heavier shipments this
Xeivs From Oregon Ports."
The barkentine James Tuft arrived durr
ing tne nignt num
Islands and will load lumber at Knapp-
H. - . t.Aal-walpr arrived from
'ine sieiuuci a... .......
Coos Bay with freight and passengers
. 1 Dnrtlonil
lor ASloria ttiiv j. v.
The Grace line steamer Santa cata-
. . . HApiinml and nfter
Una arrived mu
loading 350 tons of canned salmon at
the Sanborn wharf sailed for New Tork
via Puget souna.
. trtennVi Pulitzer
came inside last evening to have a band
. - pannirafl. Thft reOSlTS
were mado during tho night and the
vessel returned tooay to .-. sioiw.. ...
the mouth of the river.
Tho tank steamer Washtenaw sailed
for California after discharging fuel oil
The steam scnooner itwoj yuauJ
. . . . inmKup o t livnl mills
today and will shift tonight to Rainier.
i . A l?va nlr 1-f tt 1 1 If 1 a
, tniirht from California with fuel
oil for Portland.
Geo. W. Elder....
Willamette. . . ...
.Los Anjreles. ....
, San Dieg-J
. Los Angelta...-.
, Xoa Angelea
. Sureka. ........
. San Diego
TO DBF ART.
. In port
. lu port
, Mar. IS
. Mar. 5
. S. F. to I. A
. .San Francisco. ..
. tan Diego
. .L-os Angeles
. .Pan Dic-bo
. .Han Franclaco.
,.S. F. to L. A
. Los Angeles
. Los Angeles
. .tan Diego
. ban Francisco. ..
. tfan Digo
Geo. IV. Blder.
hose City i
Sun Ramon. ...
Movements ot Vessels.
- PORTLAND March 16. Arrived Steamer
rOMiiAJA K-iid Steam-
?rr.WWF. Hen: ?o7 Monterey ; W-atena-.
lor Port San i.uis; !-. v
deon; Japanese steamer Kenkon Maru M.
s for L'ntted Kingdom.
Aorla. March 16.-Arrlved at 1:30 and
left up at 3 30 A. A '
from Coos Bay. Arrived don at A. M.
.T .ned at 3:45 P, M.. steamer Santa
J-.talfna. for New Tork, Tia Puget Sound.
to stop dandruff
and loss of hair
Shampoo with hot water, rub
bing thoroughly into the scalp the
the rich, creamy lather of
o as to soften and stimulate the scalp,
to reoiore the dead skin and cells, and
to work the boo thing, healing Resinol
balsams well into the roots of the hair.
Rinse in gradually cooler water, the
final water being cold. Dry the hair
thoroughly, without artificial heat. This
simple, agreeable method almost always
ctops dandruff and scalp itching, and
keeps the m lire, thick and lustrous.
Resinol Soap leaves no stickiness or un
pleasant odor in the hair. Sold wherever
toilet goods axe carried. For sample free,
write to Dept. S-P Resinol, Baltimore, Md.
Arrived at I'iO P. M., steamer Great North
ern, from San Francisco,
San Francisco, March 16. Sailed at I F.
M.. steamer Beaver, for Portland. Arrived
Steamer Daisy Putnam, from Portland.
San Pedro. March 25. Arrived Steamers
Northland and Saginaw, from Portland.
San Francisco. March 16. Arrived Steam
ers Matsonia. from Honolulu; Mongolia, rrom
Hongkong; l . s. a. i rnennnn. irum
nila; schooners Winslow, from Dunedin; Lot
tie Bennett, from Antofsgasta; siip Dun
svro, fro-n Sydney: bark Invereaic written),
from Antofagasta. Sailed Steamers Ven
tura, for Sydney; Beaver, for Portland; CoL
B. X.. Drake, for Seattle.
5aiboa, Aiarcn lO jrrieu snsm.-r
ford. from Portland, Or., for London, and
Seattle. wasn, Marcn jd.
Steamer Redondo. from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers Congress, for San Diego; Meteor,
lor .New iors; puvvei btiiuuueia ,,iiu
Astoria. Martin lo. Arnveo i r r. a.;
barkentine James Tuft, from Honolulu.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M., March
16 unless otherwise indicated.
Klamath, Guayraas for Pan Pedro, 540
miles south of San Pedro, March 15, S P. M.
Portland, San Diego for San Pedro. 75
miles south of San Pedro.,
Roanoke, San Diego for San Pedro, three
miles southeast of San Pedro.
Coronado, San Pedro for San Francisco,
off Point Vincent.
Scott, with Acapulco in to'. anaimo for
San Francisco, IS miles north of Cape
irifir roos Bav for Eureka, 23 miles north
of St. Georges Reef.
Adeline Smith. Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco. 7. miles south of Coos Bay.
Wilhelmina, can t rancisco ir nuuuiu.u,
1053 miles out. March 15, 8 P. M.
Hyades, Honolulu for San Francisco, bo6
miles out. March 15. 8 P. M.. - ,
Fntfrnrtse. San Francisco for Honolulu,
607 miles out, March 10, 8 P. M.
Drake. Richmond for Seattle, 120 miles
from Richmond. . .
Asuncion. Saun Diego for Richmond, 4b
miles south of Richmond.
Admiral Dewey. t?an r rancisco ior oeauie,
ix miles north of Point Reyes
Beaver. San Francisco for Portland, elgnt
miles south of Point Arena.
Centralis, San Francisco for Eureka, do
miles north of Point Reyes.
Lewis Luckennacn, isew joik tof ohu
Francisco. 114 miles south of San Fraucisco.
Snpedwrll San Diego for San Francisco,
80 miles south of San Francisco.
Yosemite. Columbia River for San Fran
cisco, fiva miles south of Point Arena.
AlUItnoman, roniaiiu ior nun miiLiotn
15 miles south of Point Arena.
San Juan. Balboa for San Francisco, 21f
miles south of San Francisco.
Aroline, San Francisco for San Pedro, on
Manoa San r rancisco ior nonoiuiu,
Titles at A&toria Wednesday.
1-4 4. f. ".8.5 feet'S :1 A. M 0.7 foot
2:07 P. M 7.6 feet,S:19 P. M 1.6 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, March 16. Condition of
v.a Hot-" a " p M.i Sea. moderate: wind.
southeast. 1? miles.
erunt roll and fibre of the
hodu demands Dure blood.
but druas. extracts and alco
holic mixtures are useless.
Nonrishmept and sunshine are
nature's blood makers and the rich
nwxlirrn.l nil-food in Soott
Emulsion enUrens the blood to
arrest the decline. It aids the
WITH SAGE TEA
If Mixed With Sulphur It Darkens
So Naturally Nobody
Tub old-time mixturrf of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
trenked and laded hair Is grand
mother's treatment, and folks are
again using it to keep their hair a
good, even color, which is quite sensi
ble, as we are living in an age when
a youthful appearance is of the great
Nowadays, though, we don't have the
troublesome task of gathering the sage
and the mussy mixing at home. All
.1 ... ell thA rAflri v-to-use ti ro-
duct called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
j, ' 1. . . . r. l nAt a h
Uompouna ior " La "
tie. It is very popular because no-
Douy .-. v.owv.w. -
Simply moisten your comb or a sort
brush with it ana oraw nua iniuuB,.
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, but what delights the ladies
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is
that, besides beautifully Airkening the
hair after a few applications, it also
produces that soft lustre and appear
ance of abundance which is so at
tractive; besides, prevents dandruff,
itching scalp and falling hair. Adv.
I CALOMEL SALIVATES -
.-.aiAmAi vnuU.H vmi sick and you lose
a day s work. Calomel is a nasty, dan
gerous chemical. To liven your Flug
gibh liver and bowels when constipated,
headachy, bilious. Just get a 10-cent
box of harmless Cascarets. They work
while you sleep, don't gripe, sicken or
strengthens the JtVA
fortifies thj SrSigi
entire system. J.""" 1
Alcohol at Opiate
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Pacific Title & Trust Co., 7 -h. of Com.
ACCORDION, knife and box plea tin, picot
ing hemstitching, braiding, embroidering.
Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., bH bth -Mail
orders promptly attended to.
K. STEPHEN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, gooas
sponged, mail orders. 3b3 Alder. M. 1K3.
ASSAYEK ANl ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSXY OFFICE. 14 2d. lioid,
silver and platinum bought.
LAWTER; coasuliauott Xree. Mala TOi
Selling bldg ;
HALL & FLIKDNER, lawyers; consultations
free. 208-9 Fliedner bldg. Mar. SoUi.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
peta, rag rugs, las East Mb. Both phoues.
CELLULOID BITTONS, JBAIGKti.
tl Washington sU Main 31 and A 128.
William Kstelle and William, jr., Dcvany,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city
Parlors 302 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 2301.
CH 1 ROPOD Y and pedicuring. Mrs. M. I.
Hill. Office Fliedner toJdg Main 3473.
GRADUATE foot specialist, manicurist. -04
Macleay. 1!&6 Washiogtoa 8L Mar. 3050.
DR. ETHEL A. SACRY, painless chiropodist,
r0 Panama bldg. Phone Mam DiKiS. .
DR. M'MAllON la thorough. Chronic cases,
taking time; 31 treatmenta W. 121 4th.
Dr. Poulson specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 3o0 plttuck blk. M. 8414.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent. W'e press on suit
each week for $1.50 pec month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
309 Stark St.. bet. 5th and 6th. Main 514.
CLAIMS of any description collected on
percentage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
426 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 4S0.
ALTO AND BUUtiV TOPS.
DUBR1LLE BUgGV TOP CO.. 200 2d at.
BAGUAGE CiLECKKU AT HOMt.
Baggage Omnlbua Transfer, park & Pavla.
Royal Bakery & Conf.. Inc.. lllh and Everett.
BKEHCKS AND BOTTLi-Ka.
HENRY W El N HARD, 13th and Burnslde.
CAS'JAKA BAKk AND t.RAl'K KOOT.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front st.
CEMENT, LIME AD PLAVTEB.
P. T. CROWE & CO.. 43 Fourth at.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER 4k CO. 207 Aah at.
gtubbs Electrical Co.. uth and Pine t.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMg ft CO.. tiO-7'i Fourth et
ww -, f I Broadway, at Taylor
tl 111 lLllC Main 1, A U2S
, BARGAIN PRICE
MATINEE TODAY 2:IJ.
fl.00. tor, oUr, a.c.
Tl'.r Powerful Drama
ARTHUR BYRON sl'SID
Evening: Lower floor, 11 rows 7
rows $1.50; bal., $1. 7Sc. 50c; gallery, 00c.
SEATS NOW WELLING.
Main 2, A 3360.
, r lt I .r Mar.
Home of the Fanioua Baker r
yA'u LaTeVeen- waiting il"" A Tiay every-
DVSsOF THE STORM COUNTRY.'
Dramatized from C.ie story ot ce
White, by Rupert Hughes. A thrlllin
orSma of rugged life in a no-man . land
An anusual play of gripping heart interest.
Beautiful scenic effect. Evenings. 2oc. 50c,
7.'.c; box 1: Sat. Mat.. 2oc. 50c: box 75c.
Wed Mat., all seats (except box) 25c. Next
Week "Genesee of the Hills."
Main 6, A 1020. Broadway, at Stark.
John Hyaros and Leila Mclntyre
Booita and Lew Hears
Jack Kennedy and Company
Kreninlina and uarra Bros.
Parillo and Erauilo
M ATINEE DAILY
Clarice Vance, Sunny Southern Singer; Kivoll,
man of 100 roles; Bennett Sisters, boiing
and wrestling. 3 Other Star Acts S. Best
Show in xown. " w - , -.
show reserved. Prices, afternoons. 10c, loc.
IiATLNIE DAHY 230
"MUM'S THE WORD."
With Harry B. Cleveland and Company of
Musical Comedy Stars
6 OTHER BlG-iEATLRE ACTS 6
Rn,n sn.i first row balcony reserved Uy
phone. Main 4o3S. A "236.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED A competent restaurant man.
aulo to take full charge; must understand
cafeleria work; strict references are ro
ll ulr-d; state length of experience and
w n crc last cinpwjw. v... w -
MOVING ii.'ture .liey-t-T co.liplotc. dowu
" town district, to be sold at ncc; ro:
prictor must leave city. Price $-oo, ,s
WANTED Good iiap-drunmiei with com
plete set ot traps for picture and vaude
ville house;. Eastern Oregon; also 100 or
150 good second-hand opera chairs and
Powers Nu. 8 machine. Call J. B. L.,
Broadway Hotel, until Friday.
AUCTION SALES TOKAI,
. . n ,.iZ7 9 1 1 it Furnltur.
rom i.u .
earpeta. etc. 6al. at It P. M.
At Wilsons Auction nuuH, .fc " - .
furniture 188-8 Flrt t.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily and Sunday.
Om- tim - JJ
Same ad two roncclive timw SE-
bam ad ihrce consei'iitive llitieF
ha me ad six or my roniNutivc timrs. . otic
The above rat- apply to advi-rHwrniruti,
under "New Today" and all other ctuttsifua
tions exrtil thy folio wins :
itlmtionH AVanlfd Mal.
hituationti Wanted ln.ale.
Vor Kent, I6kiiib, 1'rlvate r'aniillew.
Itord and Roonii, l'rivatf l-'amihe..
lloiikerpinK-ltoomM, Prlvat Famlhea.
Kate on the shore clarifications is 2 cents
a line each insertion. '
On 'rhurRe'' dvertiwment chance will be
based on the (number of lines aopcaHnu in
the paper. rcBardlens of the number of words
In each line. Minimum charge, two lines.
The OreKonian will aecept classified ad
vertisement ver the telephone, provided
tt. ndvnir In a subscriber to eithet
phone No price will b n'toted over tin
phone, but bill "ill be rendered the follow
In dav. A hel ner swosequent an i en
menU will be accepted over the phone de
pends upon the proniptnew of pa ment f
telephone advert iiements. Situations want
ed and Personal advert inemenis will not be
accepted over the telephone. Order for on
Insertion only will be accepted for -iirnl-tm
Hu,DeMs Onnt.rt unities "
"KooTning-Houses" and "Wanted to Kent."
'Xhe, orcgonian will not guarantee accar
a or mwdic reHp-mwibllity for- errors oc
curring in lelephone advertisementt.
AdvertiMmeiitt to receive prompt classi
fication must be in The Oregonian office be
fore o'clock at night, except rtaturda,
t lOhin" h'tur for The sundy cgi.uM.. ....
be 7:i0 oVIork .Saturday nighl. the offic
will he'open until lu o'clock I. M.. as ni:al
and all H,iH received too lne for prbp
rlawHIcation will be run under tbe faeadm
"Too late to i larif.v."
Telephone Main 700, A 6095.
0 saa-l 1:30, 9 :10
Accounts, notes, iuogineots collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.
N. W. Bank bldg. Photie Main U74.
NETH Ac CO., Worcester bid. Main 1
No collection, no charge. Entablished 1WU.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons dally; ciaei
Tues., Friday evenings, S to lu. 109 3td st..
bet. Washington and Stark. Lessons Sc.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; gias?s fitted. Dr.
K. F, Casseda; , 51 Lekum bldg.. 3d e W n.
MOTORS, geueralois bought, old, ranted
and repaired. We uo all kinds ui repairuis
and rewlDding; all work guaranteed. 11.
M. H. Electric Co., 31 i: lrst St. North.
Phone Main 1210.
IOC N DRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne General maihlne and founory work;
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. 1'lKli & MARK
HAM CO.. Z1 Washington st.
Engines boiler, sawmills, bought. ; old and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Por'land.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phono Main 53, A S153.
Emil Thielhorn. vioUn teacher; pupil scvclk.
207 Fliedner bldg. A 4l6' Marshall 29.
NAT! KOI'ATHU: PHYSICIANS.
LK PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis. nerA--
oi9. chronic 'ilseates. ,04 Qregnnlan bide.
A FIGHT on hifih prices.
Why pay 3d to $10 for
glasses when I can fit
vnur eves with first-dual
Ity lensea. gold-filled frames, as low as S1.50?
Goodman, 2U Morrison, near bridge. Mall
orders promptly filled. Write for particulars.
" OSTEOPATHIC PHYS1CLANS,
DR K B KORIHBL'P, 30 Morgan bldt..
cor. Broadwuv and WashinBton nrtrU Ot.
fire phone. Main 3: residence, East 10it.
R C. WRIOHT 22 year,- practice, U. S. and
foreign patenta. ul txskum 61d.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS.
TIT A Nil A US Ell HAT CO.. 03-55 Front.
ullkl.-s 1KI.TK WOOL. AND iXKS.
KAHN Bltbg.. il'l Front st.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL. STEEL PLANT.
Portland Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
LEATHER AD SHOE TRADE SLPPIJES.
CHAS. L. MASTIC 4c Co., 74 Front ; leather
ol every qescript.oji ; taa, ime.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
C11AS. L. MAST1CK ft CO., 74 Front; leather
of every cescrlption; taps, mfg. flndlnga
... . . . .. . ... . vi'riiU' K A K
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. i3 Fifth at.
BRADSHAW BUOS.. Morrison and 7tn ta
ORNAMENTAL, IKON AND WIRE.
rtland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia
KEYSTONE PORTLAND CHAP
TEK NO. 3. R. A. M. A stated
convocation of Portland Chapter
No. ;t will be held In their hall.
Masonic Temple, this (Wednes
day) evening. March 17, 11115, at
u n'lr,..lr IVnrk In Mark M. Ott-
Visitlug companions will be welcome.
W. P. ANDRUS, E. H. P.
J. A. ALLEN, Secretary
FRIENDSHIP LODGR, NO.
ISO. A. F. AND A. M., East 4nd
and Sandy Blvd. Special com
munication this (Wednesday)
evening at 7;?0. E. A. Degree.
Visiting brethren welcome. Or
H. F. CHAPI.N, Sec
K T. Special Thursday even
ing, March IT. at 7::i0. Order
of t'ne Temple. Parlora open
from and after 1:30 P. M.
You are Invlteil to make ue
C F. W1EGAND, Recorder.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No.
40. A. F. and A. M. Stated com.
muuication this Wednesday even,
ing, 7:30, Bast tli and Burn
side. Social. Visitors welcome.
Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, Secretary.
BUSINESS of Importance will come up for
consideration in Portland Tent, No. I. at
their next review, which occurs on Thurs
day evening, March J8. It is desired that
all members who can will attend.
G. D. BAK.EU, R. K.
.rT 10v REGULAR MEETING THIS
flVX- (Wednesday) evening, East tith
i'(2iC2 and A1"C 's- Visitors cordially
WjjjTs Invited. Second degra1.
W. W. TERRY. Secretary.
TINKH A VI At Warren. Columbia County,
Oregon. March 16, Dorcas Heald Tlnk
ham, wife of J. W. Ttnkham. mother of
Mrs. A. M. Kennedy, of Beaverton; Mr.
Cora Allumbauph, Warren, Or.; Mrs. A.
N. Terrill. 41S Larrabee St.. Portland. Or.,
and Modjeska, who resides at home; sis
ter of Mrs. Charles Hilton. Mrs. B. C.
Failing, of Portland; Mrs. Kanlett. of
Oakland, Cat.; Fred Heald. of Eastern
Oregon, and sister of the late Mrs. George
Young. of Portland.
EELIOTT At West Portland, Or., March 18.
Almira Fay Elliott, aged :8 years. The
remains are at the residence establ.shmcnt
of J. P, Finley & Son. Montgomery at
Cth. Notice of funeral in later issue.
ARMSTRONG At Lower Garfield, Minnie
Armstrong, beloved wife of George K.
Armstrong. March I.-, by drowning.
STONE March 15, Andrew M. Stone, aged
.-0 years. The deceased is survived by a
wife, Mrs. Mary E. Stone, and six chil
dren and brother of J. W. Stone, of Os
wego: Mrs. E. J. Brown, of Grants Pass;
Mrs. F. M. Springer, R. B. and .1. O. Stone,
of Leon. Ia. Funeral services will be
held at the Portland crematorium today
(Wednesday) at 3 P. M. under the aus
pices of Osv.-ego Lodge No. 1H). A. F.
and A M. Friends Invited. Remains
will be at Dunning & McEntee's parlors
until 2 o'clock.
BUP.CKHARDT In this citv. March 1.
.Marv .lane r.urekhardt. aged 11 years,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Otto
Burckhardt. Tho funeral services will be
heid today Wednesday"), at o'clock
I. M. at the family residence. 6C.4 Wasco
street. Friends invited. Services at the
PARTNER -wanted, ase between 22 and ".
to Invest 170 with me with services. We
can bank f:'.O0 every month. Call today,
tt:fj Ciam. of Com.
nNin.li. ii nKCTons.
The onlv r'-sidnot undertMKInsr establish
mer.t in Portland with prnalo rleiy.
Main t. A loitJ.
J. P. FlNl-EV ON.
M on t c on iM-y ;it l-'tfth.
tn KDWARP HOT.MAX, the trafUnj,
funerjil director. Third street, corner
Salmon. lady assistant. A I 'll. Aliiin
1 S. DUNN I N-. IN"..
Ka-t .ilc Kunerol IMremrs, 411 Kaat Al
cr Ktr-t. Kat H "'-'- ,
A. K. XrllA.fc.it 'r
r,ic WII I.TAMS AVE.
J-atly attendant. iJiij
IH N N I N'i A- M'KNTBR. f-ntrral direi-iorf-riroHilHay
and Pine. Phone Main ::'. A J
-'i . I ;t t 1 rt r 1 1 1 .
t-HO; P.nltnorrt yt. Tabor PJ.'iW. n
"K T BVHN Williainn avo. Bnl KliOLt.
i i l r., l I'iy attendant.
P. 1.. t,KRIl. rvisH ll'h and Clay i-ticti
w,'FVKS r.N'DKUTAKIN O OMTANY, .t
n'd iM;iy.'Main 41V.'. A sri'jl. I-Jidy ntlndain.
Phone Your Want Ads. to
Main 7070, A 6095
der W. M.
PAIN l lU AM' KAI.MMIJj
fcTlClN s I.DAN oFfi'li
M .SOUTH wTH SI".
EUBV t o., avparau- J, lrtincnl ! lol-
i-or.Ti.AMj woou rii K io.-n
fffloe inar .'lih anu -rk .n.
o.t a m1
,in Z ..
KlItHMt WTAMPW. M'.M --. "
PACIFIC COAST STANU- "Ol.lvN
Ml Wash. M. I'Iwm H" '' ' A -
SliObiS HALF hOl.liU
to lv uitnulr.
is.w York Bliw IScpatr Cfc,
1 Alder St.
STOB-l.K ASP THASwrtK. .
C o PICK TranafiT at store Co. Old.
a:id coniniodloua 4-alory trKK warehou.
acpiial. iron room .nu i"-"T"
tor v.lutbloa. N. W. cor. Sd and Pin. ata,
Plato and fumltur. moved ana packed
tor .nlpinent. apccll raic. made on n'
in our throuKli car. to all doutealla and
lorjign porta. Main A lll'd.
OLSON-ROB TUANSFKR CO.
N'ew Xlreproof war.lioua, wlUt aeparal.
room. W. move andv pack uou.cliold
aooda and piano and mi at reduced
iale. Auto van and tearu lor Biovln,.
Forarduie and dlstrlbullna aaeot.
traoaae, Ofdce and warcliou., lltt aad
Hoyt t. Mla o47, A --47.
.74 Ullian at..
cor. l.itn. ictei'rioii. " , ., T
Wo owu and operate two laru. claa A
warehouse on terminal tiacka, Lawaal
Insui-ance rates In city.
MANNING WAREIIOISE TH ANfr'EH C .
New location, eth and Hoyt at.
Movlns, acklDK, hlppliiK, atotaga,
Main 703. A 2214.
MADISON -ST. DOCK and MABEHOUfl
Otfico 1 Madlaon. Gon'ral uier.hndl.
and forAardlng anent;.. IMione Main TDWI.
GRBEN and dry elaUood blockood. Paa
ima Fuel Co. Main 671'0. A 39,
PAINTS AND WALL. PAPER.
TV. P. FULLER CO., r-llh and Davla,
RASMVSSEN & CO., 2d and Taj lor la.
..imku. VITTlVl.ri A Nik VALEL
1 III., , x. . -
M. U KL1NK. M-Stf Front t.
PLUM HI NU A-D STEAM StPPLIES.
M. L. KL1.NE. 4-a Fro.it t-
PR1NTLKS AND Pl'BUSHEHS.
F. W. BALTES t CO.. 1H and Oak lis.
vuiiiii i k :OUM1SSION MERt HANTS.
EVERDl.NCi fXhuELL. IW Front C
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14ih and .Nortunif.
SASH. DOORS AND UUNt
W. P. FULLER &. CO. I.lh and Davl.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 20 Id t.
PUTT 1 K F 1 1T1.D BROS. MoHAU'K Bl.Dll.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florist. .4. )Vali
Ingl.in. Main .ill", A latin. Flower lor all
occasions artltlcslly arranged.
Cl.AKKE BROS., designer nd de.iirtor,
fresh cut flower, great variety. Morrison.
between 4ih and 5th. Main or A 1S".V
PEOPLES FUOHAI. SHOP, -'d and Alder
DesiKps and spraa. Margiiall .l,."-.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7J1S. A :l-l. Salllnii
A. ('. F. Bi r.KHAI'.DT, UO N. Md runcial
desiRii and cut tlouers. Main lyii. A7'.-l.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
6T (iHAU AVC N.
ftetwpea Davla and ft&vcrrtt.
Pknaca IvMt 14U.-3, H Xllfi "pa" Df
Report all eases of cruelty fo thU or
flee. Lethal chamber for email anlruala.
Horse ambulance for elckt or disabled
animals at a moment'e notice. Anyone
dealrlns a pet may communicate wlta uj.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Comprlstnff 3i!5 Acres.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing; 1'oiir Inclneratora, Chapel
and Col uni bail u in.
MOST MOUKHX l.V A'IKBICA.
Orlsinatorn and Leaden of Hlph-Clas
Cemetery and Crematorium Serv
ice in Portland.
Perpetual Care Without Ultra ( harae.
Ideally Located on flctnrcsnne Mount
Scott, Where Nature's l'earetul
Quietude Lends an Influ
ence to Soften Sorrow."
Heuched by Mount r?cott and Cazadeto
Cars. Auto Bus Meeta Cars by
ApDointinent. lioth Telephones.
I.ARGH. PER.VAXKKT, PAHKI.IKR.
on Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
6 Of I.ARI.K LOAN" U ROL
iO DlM.MiSM riioPKH I IF.S O .C
A. II. BIRRELL CO.
X17-21B Marthneaterm Uaak Uullalas.
ON IMPROVKIt BlI.VKHa) mor KltTIM
Resldenc loans and X per cent, ae
cordJng to location. I'lenty of ntonay.
ROBERTSON & EWTNG
SOT-H Aartfcweaterai BnaJk UldK.
Win WILL BUILD AMJ fHAJICB
Klats and Apartments
In any part of tha
a I n rr rr tr
$;i)00 to IO.ooo; pay-
DieTlia nan rwiav.
L fMll and HCI 111.
F. K. DIIVM AM A O..
Hwa 1. Uimerclsl CHb BulUlaa.
p, b fflir 1 n a tan
Western Bond &
Our nun M 'l.-o t .urr.nt Par.
UtMUI-ll. M I OHI-DilATION ttUt.
rAHM AMI t 1H 1A.
IS fruurth 8-.. Muard of Trad Bids.
lain AMOtari t aan en
A ITV A IA t- AH M l.A.1i
Oo Improved Properties In Any Amount
at Current Uataa.
M.4HTMVN at THOMPSON, flNHKBS.
taraer k eurta aad stark ktrearta.