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THE MmtXTXtt OREGOyiAy, THURSDAY, 1 MARCH 18. 1915.
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ACTION ON TUNNEL
BIDS IS DEFERRED
J. N. Day Urges That $50,000
for Hood River County Be
, .spent in Improvement.
COMMISSION IS IMPRESSED
Aluluionutli Senator Advises Against
rutting All Money Available in
Work on Single 31ile of Uoad
war at Mitchells Point.
SALEM. Or.. March 17. (.SpeciAl.)
Declaring that continuous roads should
be provided in those counties which
had bonded themselves and had re
ceived state aid. 1. X. Day. State Sena
tor from .Multnomah County, at a meet
ing of the itate Highway Commission
today, urged that $50,000 pledged by
the state to Hood River County not
be expended as contemplated in build
Inp a tunnel and making grade at
llitclull s Point. He said the money
ould be employed to better advan
tage in comici-tins. links and making
other improvements on the Columbia
Hichway in that county.
Governor AVithyconibe announced
that the sugpestit-ii of the Multnomah
Senator was an important one and said
thnl consideration of the bids which
were opened today for making the pro
posed .Mitchell's Point improvement
would be deferred until next Monday,
when the Commission would announce
Its decision regarding the expenditure
cf the money in Hood Kiver County.
Criticism Are Heeded. I
senator Day strongly urged that the
Commission expend tne money at its
JiFpoi-al In those countteg which had
bonded themselves and where comple
tion of road work was a necessity. He
declared that although J32S.0U0 state
money was expended last year no gen
eral road system had been adopted.
Critirifms of the policy in force from
various sections of the state, the Sena
tor insisted, should be heeded.
do not believe the taxpayers will
Justify the expenditure of $50,000 for
a mile of road at Mitchell's Point,"
continued Senator Pay. "That place is
already supplied with a road that has
served the people for half a century.
True. It has not a five per cent grade
as it is proposed to make the new one,
but at no point is the grade more than
17 per cent. There arc streets in Port
land having grades of US per cent, and
five ton auto-trucks with five and
rlx-tn loads easily traverse them. The
K'53,00" available this year 1 think had
better be expended where there are no
roads. The money is about all gone
in Clatsop. Columb'a and Hood River,
and 1 urge upon this Commission the
Heredity of aiding- those counties,
which wore assured of state aid when
they bonded themselves. Tf this is not
done it seems to me there will be
cerious criticism of this Commission,
and it may give the cause of good
roads such a setback aa will take years
Valley rtoarto Criticised.
'We hear that tourists have been
advised not to take tho road down the
Willamette Valley. It is a positive
disappointment that something has not
been done on the roads in this valley.
This is a highway that imperatively
demands your attention. It is true
some funds have been expended in a
manner that would make the proverb
ial drunken sailor look like a tight
wad, and now the people are going to
have such roads as their means will
Senator Pay admitted that the pro
posed road and tunnel at Mitchell's
Point would provide rare scenery, but
questioned whether it was good policy
to spend S30.000 in the interest of a
scenic highway when there was al
ready a passable road at that point.
H.Lv Bowlhy. State Highway Kngl
neer. said after the meeting that the
grade on the present road at Mitchell's
Point was 27 per cent. In some places.
He also declared that the proposed
Improvement there was necessary and
further that the Highway Commission
had pledged the state to make the
specific improvement. The board at
a meeting last July adopted a resolu
tion providing that "J50.000 be allot
ted to building the thoroughfare
around Mitchell s Foint, according to
Major Bowlby thinks this binds the
board to make the improvement, al
though it is declared there should be
no protest from Hood River County
If the J30.000 is spent to tho best ad
vantage in that county.
Bids were submitted by the follow
ing on the Mitchell's Point work:
Standit'er-Clarkson Company. Port
land; C.iebisch & Joplin. Portland;
Porter & Conley. Inc.. and Edward
Wren, Portland: A. Guthrie. r Company.
Fortland; Carlson. Chindahl & Com
pany. Spokane: Elliott Contracting
Company. Portland: Jeffery Bufton,
Portland: Robert l.ee Ringer, Portland;
Clarence Hoard. Victoria. B. C: ".rant.
Smith & Company. Spokane; Copen
hagen Bros.. Portland: Taylor Rob
binx Tort land: Transfer & Livery
Company. Hood River: Cowlitz Bridge
Company. Portland, and Ryan Beer,
VALLEY FOLK ASSAIL BOWLBY
Exposition Association Kese-nts State
ments Concerning Roads.
LBANY. Or.. March 17. (Special. 1
Major 11. I- Bowlby. State Highway
Kngineer. was strongly condemned and
sevi-ri'lr criticised at a meeting of
the Willamette Valley Exposition As
sociation in this city this afternoon
for his recent unfavorable statement
regarding the rscifie Highway. Words
were not minced by the representatives
of the seven valley counties which at
tended the meeting and Rowlby's act
was attacked in unmeasured terms.
The following resolution was adopted:
.i..ai,-.j that it is the sense of
fills meeting that the letter sent to
Seattle by the State Highway Kngineer
regarding the condition or tne i n
Highway has done the Willamette Val
ley and' Western Oregon an injustice
and that we. the Willamette Valley
Kxpostion Association, enter a remon
strance against his action."
The delegates who spoke deplored
. , ...... .u... .1 fin- vhon thp vallev
lav. 1 ' 1 ' -
counties are spending thousands of
flollars on an exnioir. at can n."-
tract tourists through the Willamette
-voiiv the coming Summer, a
statement of this kind should go
... j- ., ,atc rfrii.ini 'inri hunr
out iruin ......
gain credence. Some of the speakers
caned tne ingawaj &ubuicci 1
far from complimentary.
r,OAVIHY WAn.MLY CRITICISED
Jat-kson County Officials Charge
Engineer With Extravagance.
S.M.EM. Or., Marcii IT. (Special.)
Charges of extravagance and ineffi
ciency were made against State High
way Engineer Bowlby to the State
Highway Commission today' by W. C
Lever and Frank Madden. County Com
missioners of Jackson County.
Thev said that, although the county
had bonded itself for $500,000 to build
its 62 miles of the State Highway, only
14 "4 miles of paving and 14 miles of
grading have been completed. with
f 82.000 of the original sum unexpended.
They said when the bonds were issued
it was believed that svith J200.000 from
the state the entire stretch of road could
be graded and paved.
Commissioner Madden said ex-Governor
West, who represented a con
tractor, recently appeared "before the
County Court and demanded that $35,
000 additional be allowed, but said he
would settle for 25.000 if the money
was paid without the necessity of filing
State Treasurer Kay announced to
day that he lavored retaining Major
Bowlby only on the Hood River County
work and would oppose his doing any
further work in Columbia and Clatsop
FERRY IS TO BE INSPECTED
City of Vancouver to Be Idle Prom
9 : 1 0- A. M. Till 3 P. M. Today.
VANCOUVER, "Wash.. March IT.
(Special.) The ferry City of Van-
rnuvAr Anorn t in C hpt Wffn VanCOUVer
ana wayaen jsiana, un me run i longshoremen, which oesan at- -
land, will be inspected after leaving COUver B. C, and .spread to the Amer
Hayden Island at 9:10 o'clock tomor-iean gide Mr O'Connor had been
row morning- and win not De operaieu
agrain until 3 P. M. Federal Inspectors
will makp thft inSDCCtion. Which. IS ail I
While the regular ierry is on iub
run a small steamer will be put on to
take care of the pedestrians, but auto
mobiles and other vehicles must wait.
' ' Steamer Schedule.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Nam. From Data.
Breakwater Coos hy In
Bvaver -Lo Angeles Mar. 18
Geo. W. Elder Eureka Mar. ttf
Roanoke n Viego Mar. Jt
Rosa City I-o Anel ar- -j
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Geo. W. Bldr..
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. .San Fraaclaco . . Mar. 1 S
,. coos Bay Mar. 39
F. to U A Mar. 3
. S. F. to U A Mar.
,an Francisco. -. -Mar. -1
.fcureka Mar. at
. .f,oa Angeles ..Mar. 2 J
..San VUgo Mar. 4
. Loa Angeles Mar. 21
..San Ttirgo Mar.
. L-os Angeles Mar. -7
. &an Francisco... -Mr. -7
n ljiirn .Mar. L'7
......8an Dicjo .Mar. 0
, sn Vlgo Mar. HI
Sn Tfego Mar. hi
Kn Vtiewn Mar. ill
" L.q Angeles Apr. J
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Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, March 17.-Arrlved Steam- ity to continue tne striKe mnui i a.
era T-.iomas L. WanU and F. H Buck, from demands are met in every pal tlcular.
San Francisco. Sailed .steamers Bear. iorTnft vote brought to an end proposal
c-an I'Tiincisco. r'aiiea rumacn iv.
.San pedro via .San Francisco: Yucatan, for
rrivcd down during
hip Ulia. Arriv.a
nMe stfjamer Ken-
asiui ia, .miii.il ji. v-u
kon Maru. Arrived at 2:3 A. 31.. Russian C I 7 TrnrArt. for a
hark. 1-rorcssor Koch, from .Melbourne, amicable settlement. Prospects lor a
tailed at 7 A. M-, steamer V. sr. Herrin, settlement were bright until the mat
tor fan Francisco. tailed al "i'JS A. M., ter WM) put to a vote.
learner Daisy Freeman. for Aberdeen. p Warden Paysee. Chief of Tollce
tailed at .M A. M., steamer :el!lo. for San J 7.a",, or Portland sec-
Kranolaeo. Arrived at 10 A. M., NontCBlan Ijing, J. A. Madsen. ot f "h.
bark tkjoid, from Melbourne. Arrive.! at retary-treasurer of the Pacific division
j inu .1 ...-v ... ..... 1
Fuek. from Fan Francisco, tailed at J.JO
v " "
17. Arrived at 6
rrU-rl . t rt A M.
tai Krancisco, March
a t an. eul'oil t m fT
i!irtiinrt for San' Pedro. Arrived a. A. M.
and sailed at 1 P. sieamer Yossmlte,
from Portland lor san r ecro. oaii.
Steamer Kose City, for San pedro. Salltd
at 3 I. M.. schooner Kric, for Columbia
Kureka. March 17 Arrived at 0 A. M.
and sailed at 1 P. M., steamer Geo. W. El
dor for roos Bay and Portland.
San IMeso, Marvh 10. Sailed Steamer
Uoanoke. for Portland.
Astoria. March lt. Sailed at 6:30 P. M.,
ncanKr Washtenaw, for Port San Iuls.
Seattl. Wash., March 3 7. Arrived
Steamers J. A. Moffctt, from San " Francisco;
r- vii fmm Port San Uuis: scnooiifr ee-
home from Santa Rosalia. Sailed Steam-
ers Alameda, for Southwestern Alaska;
Atkl. southeastern Alaska; Admiral Karra-
i I. 1 ...Vanhaih fi-nm Th 1 1 a rf 1 - I
fuh-. from BelUneham; Admiral Schley,
from Seattle; Yosemit, from Astoria; Mult-
' k tsm rfliumhia River. Sailed
numah. from coiumoia mver. nnru i
for Aberdeen: Queen, for Seattle: Satan t a
iRrttfshK for Woosuna: San Gabriel, for
;ew York, March 17. Arrived Steamer
nolu'.an, from San Francisco.
.New XOrK, JlSrCIl II. .-v l i i -'1" I
Uonolu'.an. from ban Francisco.
r.-inont Wireless KrporU.
I,, unirs oinrf. . -
Newport. San brancisco ir d.iuw, m.
Klaniath. tJuaynias ("r tan Pedro, lO
miles Foutii of San 1'cdro.
C arlos. lieaor.Qo ior ;i .nvi...,
miles west of Mn reura.
Lurllne. Honolulu for San Francisco. 2042
mlls out. larch 16.
tiunif.- lino for Saji rranciaco, 1S00
miles out, March 14. . ., ,,
Sheridan, San ranciaco mr .u.un., -
miles out. March IS.
n.-Pi. San l-rancIsco for Honolulu,
37' miles out, March IS.
Speedwell. San rrant-isc iur vw,
i miles north ot San Francisco.
-. 1. a wan hVnncjlfiO for San PCClrO.
iK miles south ot San Francisco.
Topeka. san tranusco .
miles south of Point Arena.
lloanoke. San Pelro for San Francisco,
120 miles south ofSan Francisco.
Adelln smi;n. ws xv . .
Cisco IS mile, north of San Francisco.
Kllburn. Eureka for San Francisco. 124
miles north of San Francisco. 0 .
Multnoman. an r nrnciu ivi
5 miles sojth of Plseon Point.
Queen, Mn rui;5i.v
Point Arena. . .
Rose. City. San Francises for San Pedro.
13 miles south of Point sur.
Cor.nado. San Pefiro tor san r raci"v
IS miles south of point Sur.
Hyades. Honolulu for San Francisco, 5M
"nrlik"1' Richmond for Seattle, 320 miles
north ot Richmond.
De-ey. San Francisco tor Seattle, 10
miles south of Cape Blanco.
Coiiitrcs. Seattle for salt Francisco, 3
miles north of Cape Blanco.
Scott, with Acapulco In tovr, Vanaimo for
San Frar.oirco. off Cape Mendocino.
Elder. Eureka for Coos Bay, inlies north
of St. Georre s Keef.
Reaver San Francisco for Portland, 12
miles north of Heceta Head.
Great Northern. Flavel for San Francisco.
10S mf.es south of the Columbia River.
Celllo, Astoria ft-r San Francisco, oft Cap
M William F. Herrin, Lhinton for Avon. 73
miles south of the Columhta tar
San Ramon. Everett for San Francisco,
off port To-w-psenc.
Tide at Astoria Thursday.
. . . T i-t- rrater.
M 8.5 feet :52 A. M 0.8 feet
S:22 P. M feet P. M. 'ii feet
Roscbnrj: Council Aids Sanitation.
ROSEBUKG. Or., March IT. Spe
. , v -1 i . . . . . . nav to main
cia.1.; ' " i
tain a hlph standard of sanitation, tno
Council Monday night 'authorized tho
. . ,.u na.mfnr tn .IHtllnV the
CUV jiaivii udji . - -
local hospital corps in natrolinr tne
entire town in tne :niww v.
sanitation. The city will be divided
into districts and each and every in
dividual premises Trill he inspected at
UNION HEAD COMING
President O'Connor, of Long
shoremen, on Way West.
BOYCOTT TO BE LIMITED
Nonunion Force Making Headway
Handling Glengyle at Seattle and
Fortland Freight for Liner
Dispatched by Kail.
infnnnatin. -r.ah.A Portland yester
day that President O'Connor, ot the In
ternational Longshoremen's Associa
tion, is duo at Seattle Sunday, comma
i .. .Via a uTor-frnnr Emolov.
UJ Iquc.fc w. iuo . -
ers' Union, to adjust differences with
cajled from his New YorK nome xo ew
0rleaJ18 and ja said to be on his way
, inf.. r;tv nnw-
Other news received was mai i
meeting- between representatives 01
the employers and ofticials of the Pa
cific Coast District, International
Longshoremen's Association, ana or
. ...inn. h.id' vAKtitrflitv at Seattle,
it was decided to revoke an order ap
plying a boycott to other snips man
those touching at Vancouver and
worked there by nonunion men mat
: . men that tHPT. Will bC HO
general strike on the Coast, and that
il . n. ... Vi . MinnartionH . Ves
sel has, with reference to her owners
or stevedores working her, she will be
. .r.Vin.j K iininn metl in1 lonlt as
she does not make Vancouver
Further than tne movement 01 cargu
from Portland destined for the Orient
and London, which will be loaded
aboard the Koyal .Mail liner uiengyie a.t
Seattle, there were no developments
, t a .f-t . rv- treasurer
of the Pacific Coast District, who came
here Sunday from eamo ana w iuiv
,i ...... ) w.. on tmnnrtant
l 1 1 ' I O JCBlUunj. ' - " ' ,
figure in yesterday's conference and
no doubt will remain there to fro over
the situation with Mr. O'Connor. The
latter may travel via San Francisco
and confer there with John Kean.
president of the Pacific Coast District,
who also was in Seattle last week.
The Gleniryle is said to be receiving
fair dispatch, though the fact she is
being wonted tty nonumun jnn nw
are not thoroughly experienced in
handling cargo, is serving to delay ner.
cu- i - material on the
British Columbia side for the Russian
government, wnicn is to nc ocnveicu
at Vladivostock. and Is said to have
been engaged in the Orient for the
movement of freisrht to the United
Kingdom that. must go forward
a i, H.lrtcr hnrrif.fi ns
rapidly as conditions will permit.
STRIKE IS TO BE COXTIM'ED
Negotiations Xor Settlement Fail
After Two Conferences.
. 1 i r '.v.. ..HUmmit thf lonff-
1 VJ 1 liib ...........
shoremen's Htrike in -Seattle,- Tacoma,
Vancouver and icioria, d. v.. xnov
i . -i n.t.An ciAA nnlnn lonfrshore-
IdlK lUUaj1) ""it" mwv a
ment voted by an overwhelming major
The vote brought to an end proposals
... a T W .. Tn. TVtiiv.n
tor a seiuemeui mauc uj . .
Paysee and Chief of Police Lang, vi
conferred, yesterday and today w
representatlves of tho union and :
, i -rfnrt to effect
or tne uungsiiuiciH.. 3 . -- - -- 1
BuntinfT. of -Seattle, vice-president, and I
w w riemlne-. of Vancouver, attendee.
, .. . V....,iap artAnrlfwl
. r.. Uflmins, ui in.uu,i,
the meeting and placed the proposition
OP a compromise before the union.
. . ' , , .. Jl...,nn thf.
After several num.
union voted to prosecute tne suiae
with all visor.
The situation on the waterrront to
day was quiet.
AWEHICAX COMIXG DIRECT
American Hawaiian Vessel Tteleased
From Brazilian Trade.
... - -v-.-!- n
Coming: direct rrom
Portland is the steamer American, oi
Ln. AxnArican Hawaiian flaff, accora-
fllllOIHOii " . ,
. a- 4.U 1 . o cr-hnrl 111 r. which SHOWS
ii a io -
i i : t'vm th RactArn Orminus
f the line ApriL 7 and she is due here
. . f !ts
mat ie uuuif..j - - tl
carriers over the course without stops
camera uc . V 3a h
fact the Ameri can recently was released
Iact inp or,r)
from the New York-Brazil -service ana
after arriving out on the Coast will be
placed on regular schedule.
The company has provided ror tne
Utinri rv(cc ud to May 26. The
tanan, which is looked for Wednesday
with a carso amounting to loOO tons.
She will be followed by others with
large cargoes, as the congestion at New
York continues to some extent and
more freight is said to be offered than
can be accommodated. Shipments of
, .i .. ia nna fnr fin, eonsimee are
leaa liiw - ' .
being accepted without space being re
served in advance, wim me uuuof
lng that they be lorwaruea as
BE1.R OFF FOB CALIFORNIA
'Big Three" Liner Has Fair List and
Good Cargo From Portland.
-i : a iiainnf-n - the ardor
of 146 passengers aboard the bulldog
Bear, of the San Francisco & Portland
line when she Dacaea iniu mo
from A ins worth dock yesterday after
noon, headed for California ports. In
view of reports wi ....c .-
. .i.Arn .rrlf.tl 170 Portland
tireat .unnctu -- --- - -
travelers when she sailed from Flavel
earlier in the aiternoon on ner aw.
voyase from the river, tho showing on
the Bear was regarded good. The lat
ter had virtually a full cargo and was
to take on 60 tons of flour, oysters
and other commodities at Astoria.
Bert C. Ball, president of the Wil
lamette Iron & Steel Works, with his
family, left on the Bear, as did a few
other Portland families, all bound for
the San Diego and San Francisco ex
positions. The Beaver, due today from
the south, has 180 passengers and 16
cars of oranges and lemons, as well as
other freight, that brings her load to
COQUILLE ACCIDENT PROBED
Inspectors Receive Version of Out
sider as to Collision Saturday.
One more document dealing with a
collision between the Charm and Tele
graph on the Coqutlle River Saturday,
which resunca in uiu.u .--
each master against mc umc.,
lodced with t-nited States Inspectors
Edwards and Fuller yesterday by H. B.
Ste'ner. who gave his address as jol
dendale. Wash., and said he was at the
scene of the accident.
"I wish to file a complaint against
the captain of the Charm, on Coquille
A recent issue of the New York Times
""Recent researches of Prof. MetchnikoU
and others have led doctors to . suppose
that many conditions of chrome ill health,
nervous debility, rheumatism and other
disorders are due to poisoninr set tip br
unhealthy conditions in the Large Intes
tine, and it has eren been suggested that
the lowerinr of the vitality resulting from
auch poisoning is favorable to the de-relop-tnent
of Cancer and Tuberculosis. ...
"At Guy's Hospital Sir William Arbntn
not Lane decided on the heroic plan of re
moving the diseased organ. A child whe
appeared in the final stage of what was
believed to be an incurable form of tuber
cular joint disease was operated on. The
Lower .Intestine, with the enception of nine
inches, was removed, and the portion left
was joined to the Smaller Intestine.
"The result was astonishing. In week s
time the internal organs resumed all ther
normal functions, and in a few weeks the
patient was apparently in perfect health.
The Lower Intestine can never get into
this condition if Internal Baths are used.
The "J. B. L. Cascade" cleanses the Lower
Intestine its entire length thoroughly with
pure warm water and removes all this poi
sonous waste which is such a menace to
health. , . ..
It is Nature a own core for Constipation,
and is now being used by over 300,000
Americana with great success. .
The "J B. L. Cascade is now being
shown and explained by the Woodard Clark
& Co.'s Drug Stores in Portland, who are
also distributing a most interesting booklet
called "Why Man of To-Day Is Only 50
Per Cent.. Efficient." There IS no charge
for this. Ask (or it.
The progress of modern med
ical science is, perhaps, no mora
forcefully evident than in the
eimplifyin? of many of the old-
time remedies of past genera
tions. For instance, the harsh
cathartics and violent purgatives
used by our forefathers to re
lieve constipation are now known
to be not only unnecessary, but
really harmful. Constipation can
be more effectively relieved with
out the discomfort and pain these
old-time remedies occasion.
A combination of simple laxa
tive herbs with pepsin, sold in
drug stores under the name of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
most effective, yet mild and
pleasant. It Is absolutely free
from opiates and narcotics and
equally as desirable a remedy
for the tiniest babe as for ruggCd
manhood. A free trial bottle can
be obtained by writing to Dr.
W. B. CaldwelL '453 Washington
St.. Slonticello. 111.
River, for running across the streajp
ahead of the Telegraph, without giving
anv signals." says the communication,
"thereby causing a collision that en
dangered the lives and property of pa
scngers and crews of both vessels. This
happened at Vestuals Landing at 2:30
P. M., March 13."
Tho inspectors are to depart from
Portland on the steamer Geo. W. Elder
Sunday and will conduct an investiga
HASSALO ON ASTORIA KOL'TJE
Harvest Queen to Be Laid Off to
Undergo Overhauling Here.
Preparatory to going on the Portland-Astoria
route in place of the
Harvest Queen, the standby of the O.
W. R. & X.. coterie, the speedy steamer
Hassalo was brought from the "bone
yard" to Ash-street dock yesterday by
Captain E. H. Works, assistant superin
tendent, and goes into service Sunday
evening. The Harvest Queen will re
main idle until May 1, undergoing an
overhauling, being repainted and hav
ing other work done, so that she will
be in condition for the coming season.
As the fishing season opens May 1
the Harvest Queen is due to handle
shipments of the catch, as she is re
garded best equipped for the .business,
having plenty oi room on me wur.
the heavy boxes. As soon as the North
Beach travel starts the Hassalo will go
on her regular Summer schedule, to be
followed when the rush of beachers is
on by the popular sidewheeler T. J.
Potter, which is shortly to begin her
DUAL CELEBRATION" PROPOSED
Oregon City Lock Opening May Be
Included In Celilo Jubilation.
si.r ,- hf.inr taken to hurry gov
ernmental approval of the abstract,
deed and other documents in connec
tion with the purchase of the Oregon
City locks and canal so that waterway
may ue ppeiieu iu i " j""""- -...... ...
May when the Celilo Canal is officially
opened. i'r tne- pant ,.ivn.i.
has been felt that the closing of
fnr thf nrpenn Citv nlant
was about to be consummated, yet the
purchase nas araggea unm nu n i
not believed that they will be ended
. j .. . ,a fnl,l. f.lfhra-
III UC II ill iuiv.iivc i v ' " ' w -
In the case of the Oregon City locks
. , . . . . miHUf- will h
tne sifu v.iiifs i.-' -" f - - - -
the elimination of tolls on passengers
i - .mftiHaa m .I-!., thrnnsrh.
ana ail tguuuwuiui-o
while tho Celilo feature will be the
realization of an old plan for joining
the Upper and Middle Columbia so
steamers can ply to the Interior from
tidewater. : ' ,
170 GO ON GREAT. NORTHERN
Freight Taken on New LJjiier About
500 Tons, Including Astoria I: lour.
TFX4-1. 1 T A . naecArlP-rI ATI d about 500
tons of freight on board the steamer
Great Northern lert i-lavei aoc. at i.
P M. yesterday on her initial trip from
the mouth of the Columbia River to
s.in Francisco. She is due to arrive at
- r..n..lei IV i c nflf-rnnon.
Included in the freight cargo sent out
Boy or Girl?
5 Great Question.
This brings tc many minds an olc an4
tried family remedy an externaJ ap
plieatior known a
During the period ol
expectancy it k. ap
plied to the ab
dominal muscles and
is designed to soothe
thr Intricate networsj
of nerves involved.
In this manner it
has such a splendid
Influence as to justl-lr-
all case? ot coming
fy its use
It has been generally rec
ommended for years and years and those
who have used it speak in highest praise
of the immense relief it affords. Particu
larly do these knowing mothers speak- of
the absence of morning sickness, absence
of strain on the ligaments and xreeaotn
from those many- other distresaer usually
looked lorward tc with such concent
There is no question but what
Mother's Friend" has a marked tendency
to relieve the mind and this of itself is
addition tc the physical relief has gives
it a very wide popularity among women.
Tou can obtain "Moiher's Friend" at
almost any drue store. Tt has helped! a
nost of mothers "to a complete recovery.
It is prepared only b BradBelc Beg-ilato-
Co.. 301 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta, G.
Avoid the many worthless substitutes,
ABSTRACTS OF TITI.K.
PROMPT SERVICE at re-asonabla pricea
Pacific Title 4 Trust Co., T Co, of Com.
ACCORDION, knife and box pleating, plcot
In hemstitching, braining, embroidering.
Kit.rn Nov.lty Ufa. Co, 6 W 6th
Mall orders promptly attended to.
K. STEPHEN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, aide pleat, bullous covered, gooas
sDonced. mail orders. 3bS Alder. M.
ASSAYEBS ANU ANALYSTS.
1IOKTA.VA ASSAY OFFICE, 12 2d. Oold.
silvar and platinum bought.
LAWYER; consultation -ee. Main 4UU..- "C8
Cllln. Klrt. -.
HALL, A FL1GDNER, lawyers; coDsullaUons
free, 208-9 Fliedner bldg. Mar. aaUf. .j
CABfET WKAV1NU. '
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pots. rag rugs. IhS Eaat bin. Both pnoaas.
CELLULOID BUT'l'OXS, BAUGK8.
TBI IRWIN-HODSON COHPANT.
18? Washington at. Main IU and A US.
William Estelle and William. Jr., Dev-.ny,
the only scicntuic chuviiuuim iu iw.
Parlors 302 Gerlloger bide, K. NV. cornt:
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CH1KOPODV and pedicuring.
Mrs. 11. 1.
til 11. 1X11C J HlUllflUfc.
GBADUATJi foot specialist, manlcuxifu 204
Maclcay. 2o wasmngion si., mar, vuov.
DR. ETHEL, A. SACRY. painless chiropodist.
Panama Dine, rnona aiain vuoo.
DB M MAHON la tiiorough. Chronic cases,
taking time; 31 treatments 116. 121 4t:--
Dr. Poulson, specialist In ,aralysls, nervous.
cnronlc qiseaae.. fiv t-nmcf. pi- ji. r--.
CLKAMIXC. A .Nil FBBSSUiG.
DRESS SUITS for rent. We press ona suit
each week lor Il.ou per rnontn.
UNIQUE TAIORINO CO.,
809 Stark at., bet. 5th and 8th. Main 614.
CLAIMS of any description collected on
percentage wiioi". ihi.-l vim.
encea. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
4XO usury oms. rnwiw i ..v.
ALTO ASU ASUUUX awro.
DUBR1LLE BUGGY TOP COt. 200 2d at.
........i. IIIK 11 V I .1' HOME.
Batrgase & omnibus Transfer, park at Davla
Royal Bakery & Conf.. inc.. llth and Everatt.
nnu-u l.un AI1 aOTTLEKK.
HENRY W El N HARD, 13th and Burnslda.
, . 111 ! R ARK 4NI1 liKATK ROOT.
KArl Hf.us., IVL from .t.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTEB.
T. CROWtS & CO.. 45 Fourth at.
F 1.EISCHNBR. MAYER A CO.. 207 Ash at.
I. I Kl TRICAI. SLPPLlEH.
Stubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Pine ate.
Aibers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
WAPHAM8 CO.. a-7. Fourth St.
yesterday was a large quantity of flour
from the Astoria mills going to San
Francisco. The Astorfa millers are mak
ing active efforts to extend their trade
to California through the new steam
ship line. They have been granted a
milling in transit rate on wnea.t com-
NO DOUBT THAT -
HEAL SICK SKIN
When you Know physicians have pre
scribed Resinol for 20 years in the
treatment of eciema and other itching.
burning, unsightly skin eruptions, and
hav written thousands of reports
saying: "It is my regular prescription
'tor itching," "Resinol has produced
brilliant results." "The result it gave
was marvelous in one of the worst
cases of eczema," etc., etc., doesn't it
make you feel that "this is the treat
ment I can rely on for MT skin-
The moment Resinol Ointment touches
itching skins, the itching stops and
healing oegins. vnn
t, .... i i cn-n tr aimnst always clears
away every trace of eczema, ringworm,
pimples, or other tormenting eruption
quickly leaving the skin clear and
healthy. Sold by all druggists. For
trial free, write to uepu ii-n, xveaiuui,
Baltimore, Md. Adv.
To Put On Flesh
and Increase Weight
A Physician's Advice
Most thin people eat from four to six
pounds of good solid fat-making food
every day and still do not Increase in
weight one ounce, while, on the other
hand, many of the plump, chunky folks
eat very lightly and keep gaining all
the time. It s all bosh to s ;ay that this
is the nature of lh individual. It
isn't Nature's way at all.
Thin folks stay thin because their
powers of assimilation are defective.
They absorb Just enough of the food
thev eat to maintain life and a sem
blance of health and strength. Stuff
ing won t help them. A dozen meals a
dav won't make them gain a single
"st'av there" pound. All the fat-producing
elements of their food just stay
in the intestines until they pass from
.!;. k-ji. waste. What such people
field is something that will prepare
these fatty looa elements ""
blood can absorb them and deposit
them all about the body something.
rJ- . .v.V win miiltinlv their red blood
corpuscles and increase their bloods
For such a condition I always recom
j . .i- a Snrtrol tablet with every
meal. Sargol is noL as some believe, a
patented drug, but is a scientific com
bination of six of the most effective
and powerful flesh building elements
known to chemistry. It Is absolutely
harmless, yet wonderfully effective
and a single tablet eaten with each
meal often has the effect of Increasing
the weight OI a mill man "
from three to five pounds a week.
J." i i. 1H hv rrnnd druggists
everywhere on a positive guarantee of
weight increase or money asc. .uv.
French Remedy Aids
France has been called the Nation
without stomach troubles. The French
have for generations used a simple mix
ture of vegetable oils that' relieve
stomach and intestinal ailments and
keep the bowels - free ' from foul,
poisonous matter. The stomach is left
to perform its functions normally.
Indigestion and gastritis vanish.
Mr. George H. Mavr, a leading drug
gist of Chicago, cured himself with
this remedy in a short time. The de
mand is so great that he Imports these
oils from France and compounds them
under the name of Mayr'a Wonderful
Remedy. People everywhere write and
testify to the marvelous relief they
have received using this remedy one
ifA will rid the body of poisonous ac-
cmtions that have accumulated for
years and convince the most chronic
sufferer from stomach, liver or in
jfayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by
leading druggists everywhere with the
nnittive understanding that your money
will be refunded without question or
quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you
absolute satisfaction. Adv.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collectad. "Adopt
bnort U.1D00. . uj..mi.m. .
S2B N. W. Bank bids. Phone Main Sik
NSTH CO., Worcester bldg. Main lit"
No collection, no charge. Establl.hed tljK'O.
HKATH'S SCHOOL, Lessons dally; classes
Tues., Friday evenings, 8 to lo. loO lid sl-,
bet. Washington and Stark. Lessons -oc
KYE. EAR, Sljsli AND THBOAT,
Treatment by specialists; glasses f'tted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 51 1 Dekum blag., fid St wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, ranted
and repaired. Wi do ail kluda of repairing
. and rewinding; all work guaranteed. lt
.. H. Klectrlc CO, 31 iirst si. Nortn.
fflone Him DlO.
lOU NUBY AND MACHINE WQBK8.
PHOENIX iron Works, Ea.t 3d and m
thorne General machine and lounory wrora
KODAKS and AL.L. St APPLIES; dveloplng.
printing and enlarsing. 1'lKi, t UAK
H AM CO.. 33 Washington St.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 63, A ..15-.
Kmll Tlilelhorn. violin teacher; pupil Savclk.
?07 Fliedner b'.dg. A 4iM. Marshall, a9.
UK. PH1L.U1PS. specialist in parmu.i.. "
OU3. chronic diseases. 50 oregonlan bldg.
OrTOMKTiayTS ANP UPTlClANSf
A llfiii on man puce
I XWlC N Wby pay 4 to 10 for
f rC J glasses when 1 can lit
your eyes with flrat-qual-
leises rold-fiUed frames, as low as 1..V ?
dn.an' 20 Morrison, near bridge. Mall
er. promptly tilled. Write for particulars.
vi,iiTin(l PHVr-It 1ANS.
DR R. B. NORTH lit f, uo jioraan oius.,
cir. Broadway and Washington s reel Of
fice phone. Main 3; residence, La.rt 10J8.
R C WRIGHT 22 years' practice, U. S. and
foralas Tpatenta. .01 Dakum bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
THANH A US Ell HAT CO- 03-55 Fnmt.
mi.K.s PELTS. WOOL ASU 11K5.
KAHN BROS.. 101 Front eL
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
STRUCTURAL STEKL PLANT.
rtl1V tin V
Portland Iron Works. 14th 'and Northrup.
LEATHER AND S HOE IBADB tf f"J
CHAC. L- ?''V --.'..: , flndlna-a
ot every aerii"". .
LEATHER AND SHOE TKjIDB SUPPLIES.
CSAS. U MASTICK CO., 74 Front; Jcthar
rffHDtion; taps. mfg. flndlnga
. n-nuo-iu KV.I'Ktt'UK.
COLUMHir'Neckwear Mfg. Co.. S3 Fifth at,
" MILLINERY. 7
BRAPSHAW HHPS., Morrison and 7th sta.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND VLIfh.a.
pertland wir & Iron Wk.. Id and Columbia
ins from the interior in connection with
the North Punk Railroad.
Broadway, at Taylor
Main 1, A 112
TONIGHT 8:15 ST
Ur-flel.Prir "Mat. at.
The powerful Prama,
Eve.. 2 to 50c; Sat. Mat.. 11.50 to 25c.
Main 2, A S30.
. ..... i. ttuL-.r Mar.
Home of the Famous Baker Plajera.
All thT." wek. M?,VeCfr'',UAdVlayA.vr
you have been waiting for. A play eery
nVSsOK THK STORM COUNTRY -Dramatised
from th. story oi Grace M iller
White by Rupert Hushes. A tnriiiinf
drama of rugged life In a no-mana land.
An "unusual p"y of grippin, heart Interest
Beautiful scenic effect Evening"'. 25c. 5Uc.
75c; box 1: Sat Mat.. 25c. SOcibox i5c.
Next w eek "Genesee oi
Slain S. A 1020. Broad ay. at Stewey.
John llvama and Leila Mclntjsre
Bonltx and Lew Hea-m
Jack Kennedy and Company
Kremollna and Datraa Bros.
J'arillo and l ralnto
Clarice Vance, Sunny Southern Hlnger; RivoJI.
man of 100 'roles; Bennett
and wrestling, a finer .'i..
Show In Town, choice seats for II"'""".1'
ihow reserved. Prices, afternoons. 10c, 15o,
nights, 15c, 25c.
"MUM'S THE WORD."
With Harry B. Cleveland and Company er
Musical Comedy Mars
6 OTHER BIU-EEATURE ACTtv-J
Boxes and llrM row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 463S, A '-'2tl.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
One time ;";, i;J
name ad two consecutive times
name ad three conaeeutive times. -'"f
Same ad six or seven rooserutive timee. . SW
The above rale apply to vrt'm,,'""
under "New Today" and all other clarifica
tions except the following:
.situation. Wanted .Male.
Mtuationa Wanted reniale.
For Rent, Roomi., Private Families.
Boi.ru and Room.. Private 1'amlUea.
Housekeeping-Rooms, Private 1 aniillee.
Kate on the above cJaaslflcatlona la 1 eon te
line each Insertion.
On "charge" advertisements chat e will be
the paper, rcsjardlexs of the number of words
IDS urwiruw .1" - ' ' -
Tertisementa over the telephone, provided
Ihd ndvertlser la a subscriber to either
phone. No pricea will be quoted over the
phone. DUt in 1 1 " '" , ' '
Inc day. vtoemer uuii - '
menta will be accepted over the phone Ue-
1- . t. . Mvmrdnff. fit nil lll.llt of
penal upwa i ' " - - - r
telephone advertisement". Situations want
ed and rerionsi u , . . . . -
accepted over the telephone. Ordera lor one
Insertion only will be accepted for "rurnl
!T. f..- a.i. " Runni Opportnnltlra,"
"RoOTiina-Houses" and "Wanted to Rent."
The Orcaonlnn will not (uarantee Irair.
acy or awume responsibility for errors occurring-
In telephone advertlxementa
Advertisement to receive prompt classi
fication must be In The Oreconiao offtr-a be
fore o'clock at night, except Saturday.
Cloalntr hw for The Sunday Oreronan will
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock r. sn.. " uaowi,
and all Vds received too late for proper
classification will be ran under the heading
1 00 iase 10 1 i ' ' j -Trleohone
Main 7070. A 6005.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
n-ivTrn i-fimnetent infant's nurse, one
-willing to assist where maid Is kept; ret
erence required. R 670, Oregonlan.
AUCTION SALE TOOAT
At Baker1! Auction House. 166-108 Park
t. F-urniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
COLUMbTa LODGE NO. 11 V
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening t 7:30 o'clock. Ma
sonic Temple. Labor In tha M.
u Aftrr- vlsilinr brethren al-
wavs welcome. Rv order W. M.
J.RBO L. OLSON. Secretary.
GOLDEN r.VI.E ENCAMPMENT, NO. '-".
I O O F meets this iThiirsdayi evenlna
in Orient Hall. Enst Hth and Aider sts.. ai
t o'clock Ftrarl.hal degree. All visiting
ratriarchs welcome c. c. STAR, Scribe.
EXTRA Emblem jewelry of all kinds; spe
cial deslgna made Jaeger Bros., Jewelers.
p A INTINU ANP KM-MMI'IXG.
WE kauomlne toon.a at -;','nnd11
gTKIN'S LOAN OFFICB.
S NOHTH liTU bT.
EL11 Y CO.. sevrat d-vrtii
lit lor ladles
' Lumber EJichaiigtf. ad and MaW sia.
PORTLAND WOOD P1PU CO. tai tory and
offlcl near ;ith and York els. Main 4M..
RUBBER MAMfs. BEAL. BKA .m.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WOKK.
531 wash, st- Phone Main 1 10 anj A ..IP.
Ml EE I' METAI. VOBIk!.
Tl.NM.NO and r.pairlng of all klnda i.
Price, 4',. Jcflir.on. Main 11.4.
SHOES SHOI5 REI-AIRINO.
SUOKS HALF SOLED
in lu inlnuvca
w-dlla you waiu
New York Sno. Renalr Ca,
M4ma Alder be
bTOKAGK AND T KAN r FT It.
C o PICK Transter at Hlorags Co. ottus
'and commodious 4-atory brick warahouas.
separata Iron room and fireproof vsulis
for valuables. IS, W. cor. ad and Pine aia.
i-isjus and furniture moved and packed
lor thipmeut, sjecisl rates uiada on goods
iu our through cara to all domaalio and
fur.-ign rorta. Main Wt, A HH.
OLSON-ROU TKANafLK CO.
New fireproof waretiousa with separata
roon-s. Wo move and i'ack houeahold
aooas and planoa and anlp at reduced
fates. Auto vans and teama for moving,
i -At.. .! flltribuiiniv; asenta. Free
traotage. Office and warenousa, loth and t
lloyt sts. Main o47. A '-'--47. 1
UHEUON TKANSKKR CA 414 Ullsan t,
cor i:jth. Telephone Mala or A llw.
We' own and operm. two large class -A
warehouses on terminal tiatka, Lowasl
insurance rales In city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
oltico 18 Madison. General merchandise
and torardlng anenls. I'hone Main 7i.
GREEN and dry elabwood. blocltnood. Paa-Ama-
Fuel Co. Main 6KD. A
PAINTS AND WAIl rAfKB.
v. 1. -n.mn of i-w., f-.ii
PAINTS, OILS ANP .LA!S.
nAi-Ml'SSItN CO., id and Taylor s'a
FL:l.l-Ell & CO., IJtn ana uavia
PIPli. PIPE FITTINGS ANP VALVI
M. U KLINE, S4-P Front s(.
PI.HBINU ANP hTKAM bUI'PLlKa.
M. L. K LI N K. M-et$ Fro.it st.
PRINTERS ANP PUBLISHER...
W. PALTES A CO., lstand Osk sta
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT!,
EVI-:K111Ni ft i-.KKl-;i.U 1J Front au
HOPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland cordage Co., 14th and Nortbr.i
SASH. POORS ANP ,LASS.
FULLKR c CO. Ulli and Oavln.
SIOROIN WALL fAFFJl I 'O, 20 -'d St
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OITItlN-
m:TTr'Rl'IKI.P Blil'S.. VOHABK BlOI.
MEVERIN'- In this city March 17, Louis
E.kan Mererlng. atr'd .4 yrars 2 mnnlhs
6 riaya. Deceafd is survived by a widow
and one son. Remains are at tho parlor
of th-i 8keiren Undertaking Co., cor. 3d
and Clay. Funeral nollco later.
BEARHSLEY At the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. John .1. Ke;d l.sjn
llilh t.. lar.!h 17, Mrs. Ophelia Jane
Hardloy. a-ed 7.-, yours, months. An
nuuiiccnient o( funeral later.
SWEET Arvllla .losophlne Sweet, at 3ft
Jackson St.; ace 7 years, o months, 13
ilas. l-'uneral notice later.
OIIEEX Entered into rest, March 17, Hanah
J. l.reen. beloved daughter of Mrs. 11. K.
Rooae. of Itnn Placn. and sister of M re.
l'etersoii Ballard, of iKia Angeles. Cs
The funeral services will be hrld Frlda'.
March 15, at 2:30 o'clock F. M. at
residence emablishment of J. I Flnlev
A Son. Moiitaomry at Mil. after which
the remains will be forwarded lo Ridge
field. Wash., Saturday, March TO, where
interment will be made in the family plot.
SWEET At tho family residence. 4 .Tack
son at.. March 17, Arvllla Josephine Sweat,
aired 7 years. 3 months. LI iluye, beloved
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght O. Hweel.
Friends Invited to attend luneral services.
whi,-h will be held at St. Strphan'a Pro-
I'alhedral. I:th and Clay sts., at S I .
M. todav (Thursday!, March IS. Interment
ELLIOTT At her lat residence. West
Portland, March 1, -Mmtra Kav Elliott,
ageil -S vears. The remains wilt be for
warded this (Thursday! morning by J.
P. Finlcy Son. to Astoria. Or., where
acrvlcea will be held and Interment made
in the family ploL
WILSON March 17. Edward W'll'on. aged
fi vears, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
R."wiison. of Mllwaukle, or. l uneral s'rv
iccs will be held at l'liunlng fk McKnlee s
Chanel todav (Tliursday . at - 1. M
F .'lends United. Inlcrinrnt Multnomah
l u N I' n A I. iiRFCTon.a.
The oni r.-i,lt-iic nno.-ini.in ctanl.sn
nicr.i tn I'imiihihI with jirivaiu nvewa.
Main !, A 101'H '
J. P. FIN LET SON.
Montgomery at Filth.
VH. EDWARD HOI. MAX. tha leading
funeral director. Third street. i-oin
Salmon. Lady assistant. A Kill, Main xO,
K. S. PI NMNU, INC.,
F.ast Sldo Funeral I'lrectora, 411 EaTt A
ner bimti. r." ....
A. Ii, 7,r:LLEII CO., .".: WILLIAMS A t K.
East ls, C Iws. Idy allenuani, i'a
aiirl TlielU service.
IU SMNO M LNTEi'., funeral Olreclot-'.
Broadway and Pine. Phono Main 4:10. A 4S.
BREKZ1C. Sunnyshle Fuuersl I'srlor. A"t.0
hearse. lO'.'fl Belmont St. Tahor 1'J.H. H
rt T TtVHN-HS. W'illiHins ave.
TCast 111.",. C lilt:!. Laoy attendant
P. L. Li:Hll. East llth and Clay atiosls.
Lsdy ns.tsi.aiit. Ejt 7S1.
SKKWES L'NDERTAK l.xu co air
tnd CUy. Main 41oii. A Lady attendant.
MARTIN & l'OHUl'.S CO., florists, 147 Wash-
ingt.'n. Main Mi: A 1M: Flow.ra for all
occasion artisttcally arranged.
CLARKE BKOS., dei.igiiera and decorators.
fresh cut flowers, gieat variety. Morrl.on.
between 4th and Mil. Main or A ISO.v.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP, Id and Aldei.
Design and enrays. Marshall ?l'.'?-.'.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7-10. A
A. C F. ELRK11AP.DT. 1J0 X. :3.1 Funeral
designs and cut flowers. Main lootl. A 7'.i:,l
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE-,!.
Between Davis and h-vcrer.
Pboaea Eaat B 23 IS. Opots Oar
Report all cases of cruelty to thl of
fice. Lethal chamber for small anlmala.
riorae ambulance for alck or dlaabla
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone)
dealrlntT a pet may communicate wltaua.
urr ajsouwisroj wTiwiij I J 1 V tLtf
on APDCC m: tic Aim. New
aCU wnt0 h o u s e. Seven crr
cleared, balance pasture. Terms.
i H.MY BRO..
Tel. Marshall air..' -OA Moek Firs. IHlla.
f lTV AI) PAIIM I.tASI
On Improved Properties In Any Amount
at Current Rates.
H..H1MA.N tt THOMPSOA. IIKICI
Iwasi Kouxth sad ktark Stsasla.