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: . ' THE MORXTyg OREGOyiAy. FRIDAY. MARCH 26, 1915.
LYNCHING m BE
American Method Forecast, if
German Is Ever Caught by
BRITISH ARMY IMPRESSIVE
Creation of Force or 3,000,000 Men
in Six Months Is Cnequaled
Achievement, Asserts Writer
From United States.
BT ROBERT R. 1TOORMICK,
CWsr correspondent of the Chicago Trib
une. Published by arrangement a lth tne
LONDON, Feb. 26. The new arrival
In London gathers no Impression of
war. The streets are crowded, the city
buy. Popular plays are heavily pat
ronized. The placards calling for volunteers
are modest, according to our standards,
boldiers and officers in service uni
form are numerous, but unostentatious.
Last nisht there was an air raid in
Southern England and several bombs
were dropped among private houses.
If bomb dropping caused much excite
ment at the beginning of the war it
has worn off. The public attitude to
wards it is much as ours towards
holdup men, although the authorities
are making greater efforts to stop air
raiding than ours to stop holdups, i
have not been able to get any expres
sion as to what action the authorities
will take in the event of the capture
of a raider. I believe, however, if one
falls into the hands of the populace
and is not immediately rescued by a
constable, lynch law will be introduced
When one gets to talking with tne
people, however, he soon learns now
serious a war is raging and how vitally
the people are taking it. A woman
who has lost one son and four grand-
anna in six months needs neither elo
quence nor vocabulary to make her
Popular Feeling Hinted.
The complete unity of popular opin
Ion is staggering. Everybody is con-
viucmI that the censorship (which
amounts to a practical suppression of
the Dress) is unnecessary and unwise,
but everybody takes a pride In bear
ing this hardship. There is a general
but well guarded opinion that several
serious blunders marked tne Degm
ning of the naval war. It is there
fore considered all the more necessary
to uphold the hands of the Admiralty.
It Is also felt, and it is true, that
whatever mistakes were made in minor
operations, such as. permitting the es
cape of German ships to Turkish
waters, and allowing an inferior fleet
to fight off Chile, have been more than
counterbalanced by the general effr1
clency of the navy and by Churchill's
brilliant work in Having ine iieet
mobilized at the declaration of war.
The ordeal the English navy has
been through rn the last six months
is the most terrible that any navy
has undergone, excepting unsuccessful
battle. In Winter weather torpedo
boats as well as larger ships have
kept the sea, kept it not only in the
face of icy blasts, but of the ever
present invisible danger from subma
Four battleships and their men have
been annihilated by submarines, three
ships and their crews destroyed off
Valparaiso; four successful naval ac
tions have been fbugnt in all parts of
the world, yet the Admiralty has is
sued no word of praise for officers
or men. This cannot be by accident
or Indifference. It is intended to show
a hardness of purpose more inflexible
than that of the enemy.
Perhaps the greatest achievement of
this war Is Kitchener's army. It is not
the best army in the war, nor can it
hope to be unless the war continues
a year or more.
As an achievement' if military effi
ciency it exceeds anything the world
hss seen. The great German, French
and Russian armies are the growth of
40 or more years; the Japanese army
was two decades in the making.
The English have raised, equipped
and trained 3.000.000 men in six months.
An army of 3,000.000 men requires
approximately 3000 colonels. 30.000
captains, 60,000 lieutenants, and nearly
half a million of noncommissioned
Some of these have been taken from
the regular line. All retired officers of
serviceable age have been called.
"Dugouts" they are nicknamed.- Many
have been promoted from the ranks ot
the regular army to their own exces
sive embarrassment, but the bulk, of
necessity, have come from civil life.
Class Distinctions Aid.
Both English newspaper men and
English officers hold, that the building
of this army was facilitated by the
class distinctions of the country, there
being one class which is accustomed
to command, another class accustomed
Whatever the reasons, Kitchener's
army is rapidly growing into a fighting
Yesterday at Aldershot I saw a
division completing a 25-mile practice
march in heavy marching kit. Twenty
five miles with a shotgun after quail
or with a rifle after deer or bear, or
even with golf clubs after an oversizeo
' quinine pill is easily done, but 5 miles
with a 40-pound pack walking in close
order, on a muddy road, and without
the Incitement of an enemy behind or
even in front, is the acme of drudgery.
When you realize that 3,000.300 men
and boys, brought up in a civilian atmo.
sphere, have been willing to undergo
this for six months, and as much
longer as their superiors deem neces
sary, you will get an idea of the spirit
which must permeate the nation.
To my surprise I found, the men of
unusual vigor, not as tall as our
soldiers, but muscular, active and ruddy
Formality la lacking.
There is less formality in this army
than any I have ever seen. There
seems to be no settled rule for privates
to salute officers or for officers to
salute one another, nor is there any
familiarity between men and officers, a
condition due. I suppose, to the class
distinctions before mentioned.
The English have brought common
sense Into uniforms. Aside from imper.
ceptlble insignia, men and officers alike
are dressed as they would be if starting
for the woods, without shape to their
clothes or waste of money upon ma
terial soon to be damaged by mud and
Hubbard Pbon Rates to Rise.
SALEM, Or.. March 15. (Special.)
The State Railroad Commission has in
structed the Southern Facifie Company
to erect a shelter shed at Gllkey sta
tion, in Benton County. It also au
thorized the Western Telephone Com
pany, of Hubbard, to increase its rates
about 100 per cent. This was necessary
to enable the company to render effi
cient service. The Increase was urged
by the city officials. Permission was
given to the Valley Slleta Railroad
Company to make several grade cross
ings la Polk and Benton Counties.
OXE OF WINNING TEAMS IN
Is. " " tfr 4 I fV - 8. 1, 4 J '
it, t if A F i ! ii '; i. 9 1 J
-UaftUi - J --sTit t-t:- fe; -I
ft rrJJwk'-. "
TTPPFRW F WOODWARD. GIV W. TALBOT AND J, FRED LARSON, WHO TIED FOR FIRST PLACE. LOWER,
UPI ERW. F. WOODW AKU. room WHERE ORGANISATION WORK IS BEING CONDUCTED.
Third Day's Canvass Brings
v 671 New Members.
GOAL STILL HElD AT 5000
Record Excels Any- Other OH y and
Campaign AV11I Be Conflnued Un
til Objective Point Is Reached
and Portland Iads World.
ported 20 or more new members yes
terday were as follows:
C. C. Colt S4jEdW B. Piper.. .. at
Paul We$tnger. . . 2.VA. I Fish 0
John Pauer 211
With an aggregate of 338 E. G.
Crawford's committee continues to
hold first place for total memberships
Larson Committee Second. 1
The Larson committee is second with
The standings of some of the other
Edgar B. Piper. . . ir3lJohn H Burgard. . 57
W. J. Hoffman. .-. 12-A. L. Fish 3T
C. c Colt lltGeo. LawreocB, Jr rfo
raul Wesslnger. . H-, Frank McCrillls. . Sti
C. D. Bruul) 2;J. U. Abbott 84
A. H. Devers 7(1 J. K. Gill
O. M. Hummer i4'.L. R. Alderman... 33
C.H.Moore 53W. B. Glafke J
Nathan Strauss. . WiJacob Kansler 33
C. F. Berg olfDr. E. A. Pierce.. . 31
P. u. wooaruii.. j. bkivh
Frank E. Smith. . 4tl;E. J. Jaeger 31
J. P. itasmussen.. 41,John Pkuer...... rio
Edward Ehrman. 3!-Ed Morierlty 30
W. E. Coman 3b
m. Some Applications W'itkheld.
Reports up to this time do not in
clude the applications of some of the
biggest commercial and industrial con
cerns in the city that heretofore have
supported the commercial organiza
tions liberally. It is suspected that
many of these applications are in the
hinds of some of the wily committee
members now and that they will be
produced at the last minute today.
With the aggregate already well over
the 3000 mark it is confidently believed
DIAL SHOWS THAT CHAMBER OF
FAlliJN ArrKUAUlitS auuv uuan.
yC J gs.
NX o f Off
NX v u Syr
S JO g
Heads ef Tkrre Orsaaiaatinna Taat A re Aldlne Coasolldatlon Movement. At
Toa-eesrge I Baker. Ad Club Preaideatt Ief Duudore, Prealdent
of the Progressiva Business Mea'a Clubi Left Fred Spocri, Rotary Club
Prealdeat.. . w
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CAMPAIGN AND SCENE IN OFFICE.
.i ii mni unary W'MMMaMnMOM -Taws
. V."1 .'!
thai today's reports will place It up
near the 4500 notch. Even the most
sanguine do not think that the 5000
goal can be reached today.
But they are not In the least dis
couraged. They have set -.the limit at
5000 and will not be contented until
they touch that figure. If they are
successful in that Portland will have
the biggest Chamtier of Commerce In
the United States. The largest at
present is Boston with 4100 members.
In this membership campaign Port
land has gone ahead of every other
city that has conducted a similar
movement. New Tork. St. Louis, St.
Paul and Spokane all have been left
? Few Refusals Met.
T m.aeta frt, members the C.OIT1 -
mittees are meeting with little oppo
sition, in a rew eiinjuw
i v. .. . . . , moa HlrAf.t re-
tusals. Some of these negative reports
were read before the assemblage yes
terday. Later in the afternoon several
whn hul heen reported as re
fusing signed applications.
une commute war, - "
a long-barreled revolver, but after a
.ih ,,, nnmrnittpA learned
that the man was only bluffing and that
he was anxious w msh
JITNEY "JOYRIDERS" FINED
Patrolman Halts Two Couple in
Early-Morning Trip. -
William L. 'Garman and Carter Egan
D,v. in Miiniclnal Court
were uneu " . -, .
, . i. - , l , f a "inv ride
yesteraay as me ' 11 " .
in an owl jitney which occupied several
hours of the nigni preceuii.s.
stopped by Patrolman Griffith at East
cit.AAU anil T7" m AT-QOT1 streets early in
the morning the officer found two wo
men, who apparently naa un i
ing. in the rear seat The officer said
that the couples had been driving about
the city for several hours before ar
rested. Garman and Egan testified that
the women, both of whom are married,
were picked up on mo snoco.
. cAnnnBnn nAlaaspH with a
warning Fred Dickman, Jesse Thornton,
colored, and Lawrence xx. mi", "
were arrested Tuesday night for driv
ing up and down the street in a Jitney
and hailing young women.
Great Northern Officials Due Today.
W P. Kenney, of St- Paul, traffic
vice-president of the Great Northern
Railway, and M. J. Costello, of Seat
tle assistant traffic manager, will be
In Portland today on business. Mr.
COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP CAM-
S '' J , i
Kenney Is on a periodical Inspection
trip of the Western lines and is study
ing traffic conditions.
ELECTION OFFICIALS ANGRY
Rule of Extra Work AVltli Extra
Election officials have entered a
strong protest with County Clerk
Coffey against working overtime with
out extra compensation for the special
road bond, election on April 14. The
Commissioners had ordered that the day
boards remain at the olls after clos
ing to count the ballots, and that $he
night boards do not work at all- It
was pointed out that It would require
only about half an hour to count the
ballots, and that it was useless to pay
an extra board for a full day's work
for the purpose of counting.
Some of the election officials have
written their protests and others havs
called In person or by telephone on
County Clerk Coffey. Some have de
clared -they would resign rather than
work under those conditions. Some
doubt remains whether the Commie
sioners could legally refuse to put the
night board members to work if they
were on hand in each precinct when
the polls closed.
NINE WIN PLACES IN SHOOT
Sharpshooter Tokens Given Members
of Company of Albany Guards.
ALBANY, Or., March 25. (Special.)
Nine members of the Fifth Company,
Coast Artillery Corps, Oregon National
Guard, of this city, have received med
als as sharpshooters. These medals,
together with eight marksmen's medals
received by other members of the com
pany, were awarded as a result of the
rifle practice of the company the past
Sharpshooters" emblems were won
by: F. M. Powell, Captain; R. R. Knox.
Second Lieutenant; Hans Flo, First
Sergeant; Clarence Collins, Sergeant;
A. C. Baker, Sergeant; Miles McKey,
Corporal, and Elmer Tellefson, George
Willert and Arthur McChesney, pri
vates. Marksmen's pins were present
ed to Harold M. Sharp, mechanic, and
A. M. Parsons, Robert Stedman, J. E.
Stoneburg, R. R. DeWall. Earl Gilbert,
John Gloor and Benjamin Huntley, pri
vates. MAX G. MYERS IS DEAD
Native of Germany and Member of
Elks Is Survived by Widow.
Max G. Myers, aged 64, who has
been a resident of Portland for the
last 15 years, died at his apartments,
686 Everett street, yesterday. He
leaves a widow.
Mr. Myers was born in Breslau, Ger
many, June 23, 1851. He was a mem
ber of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, of Portland, and of the
United Commercial Travelers. While
in Portland he had been Pacinc Coast
representative of the Kenyon Cloth
ing Company with headquarters here.
PASTOR TAKESNEW POST
Rev. J. S. Stubblefleld Leaves Klam
ath Falls for Marshfleld.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. March 25.
Members of the Methodist, Christian
and Baptist Churches gathered at the
Presbyterian Church In a large union
service, complimenting Rev. J. S. Stub
blefleld, the Presbyterian minister here
for the past three years, before his de
parture for his new field of effort,
Rev. Mr. Stubblefleld leaves many
friends in Klamath Falls. In addition
to being an earnest and effective min
ister he was a most persistent booster
for Klamath Falls and Klamath County.
Xecanlcum Attracts Sportsmen.
SEASIDE. Or.. March 25. (Special)
Seaside sportsmen and a number of
Portland fly fishers are enjoying them
selves during these bright, sunshiny
March days on the Necanicum River.
For a week past the steelheada and
onimoTi trout have been running and
the sportsmen have enjoyed themselves, j
The largest catch, reported, this Spring 1
" ABSTRACT OF TITLE
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable Prices.
Pacific Title & Trait Co., 1 Ch. of Com.
ACCOHDIOX knits and box pleatmj. plcot
1PI iemiUtchlM. braldluc embroidering
Eastern Novelty Mfa. Co.. 85 H 5th au
aiall oracra promyuy n-cmm.
K. STEPHEN Hamitltchina and scalloping,
accord, aids pleat, buttons covered good,
sponged, mall ordera. 383 Alder. M. Mii
ASSAYEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 112 ri 2d- Gold,
silver and platinum bought
LAWYER: consultation frae.' Main 4883, u8
HALL & PLEIDNER, lawyers; consultations
free. 208-9 Fliedner bldg. Mar. 3507.
NORTHWEST RU3 CO. Rugs from old car
peta. rag ruga. 188 East 8th. Both phonea.
CELLULOID BUTTONS. BADGES.
rmiT, inwrM-unnsnv rnMPANT.
38T Washington St. Main 818 and A. lift.
William Estelle and William, Jr.. Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlora 803 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d a Alder. Phoa Main 180L . -
NEW YORK graduate chiropodist, manicur
let. 204 Macieay bldg., .2S8 Wash. Mar
shall 3930. .
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Office I-"lledner bldg. Main 84T3.
DR. ETHEI. A. SACRY. nainless chiropodist,
506 Panama bldg. Phone Main 08.
DR M'MAHON la thorough. Chronlo cases.
taking time: ai treatments $1S. 121 -4th.
Dr. poulson. specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 360 Plttoclt blk. M. 8414.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent We press one suit
each week for fl.60 per month. .
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
309 Stark at. bet. Bth and 8th. Main B14.
CLAIMS of any description collected on
percentage anywhere.. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
426 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 480.
Accounts, notes,- judgments collected, "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.,
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 074.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d si.
, r. , ixi.i, n ....... ...
Baggage Omnibus Transfer, Park and Davis
Boyal Bakery & Conf.. inc.. 11th and Everett.
HENRY WEIN'HARD. 13th and Burnslda.
fiHrml R1RU A V Ik GRAPB ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front st.
CEMENT, LIMB AND PLASTER.
P. T. CROWE & CO., 45 Fourth St.
FLEISGHNER, MAYER A CO., 20T Ash st
Stuhbs Electrical Co.. 6th and Pine sts.
Albers Bros. Mliline Co.. Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSER, Board of Trade bldg.
was made by Bert Godfrey, a brother
of Clair Godfrey, one of the title hold
ers of tho Portland Flycasting Club.
The largest fish in the catch weighed
four and one-half pounds and was 28
inches long. None of the catch made
that day was under ten inches.
Southern Pacific Conductor Weds.
' KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. March 25.
(Special.) Herbert McCarthy and Miss
"-rrle I. Foster, of this city, were mar
Hd Sunday at the home of the bride's
parents, In Hot Springs here, and left
on the 8 o'clock train. , Miss Foster
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Foster. Mrs. Moore, of Roseburg, a
sister of the bridegroom, was brides
maid, and James Foster, the bride's
brother, was best man. Mr. McCarthy
is a conductor on the Southern Pacific.
lucii if iBr,dwar-at TJlor
Mah 1, A 112
Special Prire Mat. Saw
In the New Comedy
"A PERFECT LADY."
Evenings: Lower Floor. 11 rows 12.00;
7 rows, $1.50. Balcony. 1.00. Too. 50o.
Gallery. 50c. Sat. Matinee: Lower
Floor $1.50. $1.00. Balcony, 7Bc, 60c
Gallery, 35c. 2oc.
7 S1 Next Sunday
Bargain Price Mat. Wed.
Special Price Mat. Sat.
Famous Ccmedy success
'TEG 0' MY HEART"
PEGGY O'NEIL AS "PEG."
Evenings: Lower Floor. 11 rows $3 00;
7 rows, $1.50. Balcony, $1.00, 75c. 60c.
Gallery, BOc Wed. Mat.: Lower
Floor, $1.00. Balcony, 75c, 50c Gal
lery, 35c. 25c.
SEATS NOW SELLING,
Main 2, A 5360.
flaw Y. Roll-Mr. Mrr.
Home of tho Famous BaKer riajere.
Tonlpht. All week. MaUneo Saturday.
Dramatised from the widely-read romantic
novel of aaaran imiih
Hills A beautiful Western play that is
different Evenings: 25c S0c. 70c: box $1.
Saturday matinee, 26o, 50o; box. Jfc-
Tonight Troop a. bi r
Starting- Sunday Matinee
Most startUnc Benaation of the eaaon,
Greatest sociological drama of the century.
SEATS NOW t.l.u.M'.
s easasssaeas P)J 4f
warni CAHY 230
THE SIX TASMANIAN VAN DIEMANS '
S OTHER BIG-FEATBRB ACTS 6
Boxes and first row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 4638. A 2286.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally and Sunday.
One time Hi
Same ad two consecutive -
Same ad three consecutive times. ..... . SOo
onier "New Today" and all other claaslflca
tions except the following)
situations Wanted Male
Situations Wanted t cmale.
lor Kent, Booms, Pnvalo Famlllea.
Motrd and Rooms. Private Famuiea.
Uoaaekeeplns-Rooina, Private lamtlles.
Rate on the above classifications is I cents
a line aacn insertion.
Ob "coarse" advertisements charg-e will be
baaed on the number of liaea auveaxtae; La
La eicallne. Mtnlmnm cnarse, twa "aea.
The Greaosuan sui ww.-w. uwma,
yertiaementa over the telephone, provided
. . .. la mhafribsr ie either
phone. No prices will be Quoted ever the
phone, but bUI WUl oe roiueea u xuuuw-
dal. Whether subsequent adrertiae,
. J 1 1 1 MMntMl n,.r the n hone sle
Bends upon the promptneaa of payment of
telephone advertiaementa. bltuationa want
ed and Personal aavertieemcDie wut m
aceeoted aver the telephone. Ordera for one
SrTfo, Sale," "BdVer.' OppVrtunltTeiT"
"Roo-iing-Houeea" and "Wanted to Rent."
Telephoae Mala 7010. A 80MS.
The Oreconlan will not auaraatee acccn
aey or aaaume responsibility for errata oe-
earrlnz In teiepnone saTernansn,
Advertisements to receive prompt elaseU
flcstlon mast be b The Oreseatlaa offlr. ba-
Cloalna; boor for The Suadsgr Oraaoaaa wUl
KETH & CO., Worcester bills. Main l7i
N ocollectlon . n o charge Katabluhod 1H0.
HEATHS SCHOOL Lessons dally; classes
Tuea., Priday evenings to 10, 109 2a St.,
bet. Washington and Stark. Leaaons 25c.
PINKERTON & CO. U.S. DETECTIVE AOCY.
Established over 30 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on in
dividuals anywhere. Consultation free. Of
fices 412-13 Lumbermens Bank bldg.
PhnnA 1fLin 7741
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Caaseday. 51" Dekum bldg.. 3d Jt Wo,
MOTORS. , generators bought, sold, renteo
and reDaired. We do all kinds of repairing
and rewinding; all work guaranteed. H.
M. H. Electric COv, 31 First at. North.
Phono Main 9210.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw-'
thorne. General machine and foundry a ork.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES' developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE M ARK
HAM CO.. 848 Washington St.
MANICITIING and electric treatments.
Miss Ethel Burke, 313-314 Northwest bldg.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 58. A 2153.
Emit Thlelhorn- violin teacher; pupil Sevelk,
2QT Fliedner bids. A 410. Marshall 1S2S.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis tisrv
ous. chronic diseases. 604 Oregonlan bldg.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay to 10 fop
glasses when I can rlt
your eyes with flrst-Quai-
Ity lenses, gold-filled frames as low as S1.60T
Goodman. 209 Morrison, near bridge. Mall
orders premptly tilled. Write tor particulars.
DR. R. B. NORTHRCP 0S Morgan bldg..
cor. Broadway and Washington street Of
fice phone. Main 849; residence. East 1023.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
CO.. 09-75 Fourth at.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 53-65 Front.
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN KllOS.. 191 Front st.
. PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
STRUCTURAL, STEEL PLANT,
Portland Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIK.S.
GHAS. L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps. mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA neckwear Mfg. Co., e3 Fifth St.
MI F.LIN ERY.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sts.
ORNAMKNTAL IKON AND WISH. .
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia.
be T:$0 o'clock Saturday alcht. The office
WUl be open ur.ui iu o-citfca . -ti., aw uawa,
and all ads received to lata for prupe
ilaaatflcatloB will ba rua aader the headlnsj
oo Late to Cutsalfy."
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 10 A. M., at Portland Van Storase
Warehouse. cor. 15th and Kearney ata. fur
niture, boxes, trunks, etc., to be sold lor
storage. J. T. Wilson, auctionaor.
Pord Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
canieta, etc Sale at 2 P. M. .
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.,
furniture. JOrt-8 First St.
AL KjLDER TBMPiE A
A. O. N. M. S. Stated
alon Saturday, March 27, at
8 r. M., Waaonlc Temple.
Wbst Parle and Yamhill ata
Important bus In ess will be
considered and a large at
tendance i deal red. Band
concert st 7;;:0. Vialtlnf no
bles cordially Invited. By or
der of thft potentate. '
HUGH J. BOVi), Bee
P. P. O. ELKS MEMBERS
of Portland Lodge No. 142, B. P
O. E., ar- requested to attend
the fm. i-a of our late brother
Max (j. Myers today f Friday),
Marvn 2T. at 1 o'clock from hla
latff residence, 386 Everett street
(The Mordaunt Apartments).
Vlaitin.T brothers are Invited to
Bv order of the E. R.
M. R. SlAfl.DING, Secretary.
POKTIAND AERIE, NO.
4. F. O. maeU every Fri
day evening In their hall at
264H Madison at., corner of
Third, Visitors welcome.
VIC CHAPMAN, Sec.
SUNNYSIIa LODGE. U. D., A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation Friday (tonight) 7:30. Eaat
Third and Yamhill streets. Work
in . A. degree. Visitors wel
come. By order of W, M.
E. M- LANCE, Secretary.
. . .... . . . . . . ATu-m" wo
t5 a. F. AND A. M. Stated coro-
i.-.i ui. rv.iv) even-
InB, T:S0 o"clock, Sellwood Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors welcome. By
order W. M.
J. H. BUTLEIt, Sec
PORTLAND LODGE No. 85.
A. F. and A M. Special com
munication 7:30 this evening.
Work In E. A. deiiree. Visitors
welcome. Order W. M.
C M. STEADMAN. becretary.
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15, O
E S. Regular meeting tuis i"
day) evening, at 8 o'clock In Ma
sonic Temple. Degrees. By order
BT JENNIE H. GALLOWAY. Bee
ALBERT PIKE LODGE V V.
A F ond A. M Special cotn
munlcatlon tonight. 7 t':
B F, C. degree. I'ltors wel
come. By order of W. M.
come. R iviE, Becretary.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE. TJ.
D A F. AND A. M. Special
communication tonight at 7:80
o'clock. P. C. degree Visitors
welcome. By order of. W. M.
EXTRA Emblem Jewelry of all kld;
tlal designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelera
REXFORD At his late residence, 38 East
m..teTh street. Ensign Vernon Rea
Xord aged 8 years. Remains at P. L
Lerch undertaking parlors. East Eleventh
and Clay .treats Funeral announcement
BARCROFT At Mosler. Or.. March 24.
WTllliam Barcroft. aga 77 yeara Remains
are at Holman's tuneral parlors. Aa-
. nouncement of funeral later.
REILLT At the family residence. 81 East
Seventeenth streat North. Albert Relll
aged 68 years 10 months 7 days, beloved
husband of Prudence Reilly. Friends In
vited to attend funeral services, which
' will be held at Holman's funeral Parlors
J. i p. M. today (Friday). March Si.
thence to the Portland Crematorium.
WRIGHT At Oak Grove. March 24. Fred E.
Wrlsnt. aged 28 years and 10 days.
Funeral gervlces will be held tomorrow
(Friday). March 20. at i oJ.-J-from
the new funeral parlors of Walter C.
Kenworthy 1532-1334 Eaat Thirteenth
r Seilwood. Interment Milwaukl.
cemetery. Friends invited.
LANGE At the residence. 13M Esat Harri
son st March i. Henry William Lange,
Tge years. Friend. Invited to attend
funeral service., which will ba held at
Holman's funeral parlora at 8 f- M- to
morrow (Saturday). March 27. loterment
MYERS At the realdence. the Mordaunt
MApiSmenta. 18th and p'--'"'"
25 Max G. Myers, aged W years. Friends
Invited to attend funeral services, wbica
will be held at the above residence at 1
P. mT today (Friday), March li. Please
PETERSEN The funeral services of tha
late Friedrlch L Petersen will be held
today (Fridey). at 11 o'clock A. M. at
the residence establishment of J. P. Fin
ley ft Son, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends
invited. Interment at Rivervlew cemetery.
POSTVEDT The funeral ee-rvloaa of the
late Christian Fostvedt will be conducted
todav Friday). March 2C. at 2 P. M. from
Pearson's undertaking parlors, Russell
street at Union avenue. Friends Invited.
B. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice. U.
and foreign patents, eoi Dekam bldg.
PAINTING AND KALSOMIN1NO.
WE kaisomlne rooms at 82 50 and palm
houses at your price. East 502. B SI3-.
PA WN BROKER.
STEIN S LOAN OFFICE,
26 NORTH 6th ST.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
otflce near 24lh and York sta Msln 34MI.
RUBBER STAMPS. SEAI.N BKAmA SIGNS.
PACIFIO COAST STAMP WORKS.
2.11 Wash. St., phone Main 710 and A. 27ie,l
SHOES HALF SOLED
In 10 minutes
whlla you wait.
Nw York Shoe Repair C
243S Alder St;
STORAGB AND TRANS EB.
C O PICK Transfer Storage Co. Offlca
'and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iroar room and fireproof vaulta
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine ste
Pianoa and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 5I. A 1W'.
New fireproof warehouse with sepsrata
rooms. We mova and pack household
goods and pianoa snd alilp ai reduced
rates. Ante vans and teams lor moving.
Forwarding and dl.trlbunng agent, l-iea
trackage. Offlca and warehouse, 10th ana
Hoyt sts. Main 547. A. 22-47. ,
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 47 Olltan st.,
cor. lath. Telephone Main 6 or A. II'.
We own and operate two large class A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowast
Insurance rates in rlly.
MADISON ST. DOCK and WAREIUUB
Office la Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main ,n:n.
WHITEWASHING, aaeollne power spraer,
expert work, rhone Sellwood 17 J.
OJtEKN and dry slaownod. bloc kood. Tan.
ama Fuel Co. Main 5720. A. SsOU.
PAINTW AND WALL PAPKR
FULLER CO.. 1 21 Ii ami Davis
PAINTS, OHV AND GLASS.
RASMUSSBN CO.. 2(1 and T) lor
PIPE, PIPE KITTING AND AH LS.
M. L. KLINE, Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES,
M. L. KL1.NE. M-btl Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BAl.TK.S I'O., 1st and osk sis.
TKODl I K COMMISSION MF.IM H INT.
FVEKD1NG A FAKRI'.L. 14(1 Front SI.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portlsnd Corrfeee Co., I4lh and Northrup.
hASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER I2'h and Havls.
MORGAN WALL l'APKK . u. '.'so 2d St.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OITK MNS.
BITTEHKIKI.il RHUS., MOHAWK Hl.P'i
rr r. bal iiRECTitii.
The only rcsldynce undoruking establish
msr.t In Port laud wltu private rivoway.
Main U. A lou
J. f. FINLET ON.
Montgomery at rifth. '
MR. IDWARD HOI.MAN. lh leadlee
funsrat dlreetor, 220 Thard .treat, oomer
balmuk Lady ass:. taut- A loll. Mala aul.
F. 6. DLNNINO, INC.,
East S!do Funeral Dinriors. 414 Eaat AN .
der street. East oe, a ojj.
. u J.-I.I.EII I'O r,u2 WILLIAMS AVS.
East 10bS, C lOOa. Lady attsnduu ia
and niKht service.
m-wivd v il ' ENTKiv. funeral directors.
Broadway and Pine, Phone Malu A aiia.
BKs.i;zlC. Bunuyslde Funerul Pa. 'ois. Auta ,
i.irse. lua Belmont t. Tahor l-0. B H'a.
R. T. BVKNKS, WUHania ave. auu KuolU ,
East 1113. C 1HJ. Lady attendant.
P. L. LEKCH. knit 11th and Clay atresia.
Lady tfasisumu fcaai
cuaas-A I-X-DRHTAK1N11 COMPANY, 3d
and Clay, Main 4152. A 23U1. Lady attendant.
MARTIN 4 FOKBES CO.. florists. 847 Wash
ington. Main 2ti. A liltw. Flowers tor all
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., dtslgnera snd decorators,
fresh cut flowers, grat variety. Morrison,
between 4th and oth. Main or A 1IKJ5. .
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 51'. i.
MAX M. EallTH, Mala 721s. A -1UL SeUlnS
A. C F. BL'RKHARDT. 120 N. 13J Funeral
d esl ens and cut flowers. Main 1.130. A Tyl.
SUNNYtjlDE Gresnhouse. Fresh oowsrs.
Phone B 162i E. 3d and laylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
7 GRAND AVE.. K.
Betv.ce a Davla aad Kverett.
Phoaea I-ast H3J, H 2515. Opea Day
Report all cases of cruelty to thia or
fice Lethal tharuber for small animala.
Horse ambulanca for aick or disabled
animals at a moment' notice. Anyone)
desiring a pet may communicate with ua.
NEW TOD AT. '
en Improved city and farm property at
current ratea. Attractive) repayment
prlvllecat. Loana quickly closed. Caa
fiff'' LARGE LOAJt OX CCL
D70 BlslMIM rRKPISRTlEf V O
A. II. BIRRELL CO.
(17-glS ttlHwHr ssk Biiiidl.
OH IVPROTKD BlSINEf MOPITrVrfM
Residence loane and T per cenV ac
cording to location. Plenty of money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-K Nartkwcatcrm Baalc Bid.
HOTEL MKST. ATTESmO t !
Modern, steam-heated, three
story iTick bulldlnx, containing
70 rooms. N. VV. cor. rliath and
Davis streets. Apply on prem
ises between 10 A. M. and 11 M.
or i and 4 P. M. Phone C 28.11.
Western Bond &
Our Own Morisj at current Hatea. ,
MCMC1PAI. AND CORTOKATIOM BOXDi.
FARM AND CITY LaAAS.
B y-ourtb av. Beard f Trade Bldg:
BUSINrISS PROPERTY N0 CLOSE IN RCBIOENCr.
NORTMeitSaTERN &AiMr BUILDING
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