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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915.
DOCK TO BE FIXED
been on Puget Sound most of the time
since the Incipiency of trouble there, is
axcompanyinz Mr. O Connor.
It is understood there are a number
of minor matters that will be taken up
with Mr. O'Connor in connection with
a step recently taken along the Coast
to bring about uniform conditions and
ti ? p-i a x 1 1 . , I wages, it is assumea nere mac xne
DIQ UirCe rlcei IU ndVe head of the association cannot be in-
lormea minutely on certain ieatures
Better Landing Place.
and it said that at a meetjng to be held
: today the entire situation will be gone
over. Union officers say they 3o not
regard the formation recently of Em
ployers Waterfront Unions on the
Coast as a move to the detriment of
their organizations, but rather an ad
vantage because in the future differ
ences can be threshed out between com
mittees representing both sides, but
!bein? experienced in maritime matters
TmnrratiTe Demand for Cereal Mor- I and customs.
it was not Known yesieraay nuw iung
ACTION DUE ON THURSDAY
ape Space, Due to Recent Fires,
Results in Plans Which Will
Be Rushed Without Delay.
IMr. O'Connor would remain at Portland,
but he is to proceed to San Francisco
land probably Los Angeles en route
LCtRIIXE SPICK AJTD SPAN
Popular River Steamer to Re-enter
Trade Early Xext Week.
Havine every appearance of
Extensive repairs are to be made on
insworth dock, used by the Bi
Three" fleet, and plans showing the
work n oetau nave oeen ".-" ""J vessel, the steamer Lurline took the
T?'f;SSiL0K!J;?:iJor water at Supple yard at 11 o'clock
yesterday morning, after having: been
thoroughly overhauled, repainted and
ation to make repairs with tne sane
tion of the Commission is taken to mean
that there is no prospect of a new dock
for the present.
One reason for such an expenditure
not being shouldered is thought to be
the fact the O.-W. R. & N. Company,
which owns the property and steamers,
recently completed a new dock on the
East Side, north of where Oceanic aocn
built and of the site of the old Alaska
. I coming season in the Portland-Astoria
service. For the past lew weeks tne
Lurline had been on the ways, and so
thoroughly did her hull dry out that
when she was launched her draft was
six to seven inches less than before.
The Lurline is to be inspected Friday
and will probably resume operation
Monday, when the Undine,, which has
been in her place, is to be laid up for
stoci, so that Albina dock, which had U time The Lurline was equipd with
two additional fuel oil tanks while at
the yard, so now has a total capacity
of 105 barrels instead of 65 barrels.
The fleet propeller Georglana, turned
out last year for the Portland-Astoria
route, will be prepared for service when
the Lurline is replaced in commission,
and she may be used in the celebra
tion attendant on the opening of The
Dalles-Cclilo Canal, and goes on the
been used by the system for years.
-ould be leased to Balfour. Guthrie &
Co. The latter lost its grain storage
and loading facilities with the destruc
tion of Oceanic dock by fire, and as
Montgomery and Columbia docks had
been Durned previously, both of which
were grain docks, there was an impera
tive demand for cereal storage space.
ThA iaw Hni'V u ihp mnat modern of
privately-owned structures and was Astoria schedule about May 6.
built in conformity with the Commis
sion's waterfront ordinance.
The work on Ainsworth dock will be
prosecuted in such a way that there
will be no interference with the busi
ness of the company, one section being
overhauled while the steamers are
working at the other. As the structure
has been used for all local business, ex-
In o. Ifhon IflnTA 1 n t of freight
Ko.n fra.-H at nthcr Hnck.a lustl- that the French
fying steamers in moving, besides
.aIi1i mm.4n .a anil fpnm rtri 1 nnlntR
v... ka. oT.Kto.ri fr hw stntln San Diego. The vessel put out of the
and wear and tear, but is said to be in Columbia River March 20. grain laden,
i. .in ... ,i rfl fniw and. in spite of southerly weather pre-
warranted vailing along the Coast, evidently got
At the s"outh end of the dock, where a good slant of wind well offshore and
the office of the company is located, held to it.
provision was made last year for a The American ship Santa Clara also
large waiting-room, with a drinking is being spoken of because of a showing
i i v... rnr she made last week in sailing from
passengers or those waiting the arrival San Francisco to Puget bound, making
of the liners. On the approach vacant the run from the Golden Gate to
ground has been turnea into lawns. Tatoosh in three days and 20 hours. She
while new and wider gangplanks, life Is one of the Alaska salmon fleet and
rings located on the front of the dock was en route to Blaine in command ot
and additional facilities have been pro- Captain Henry Hasse. The time is said
vided for the safety and comfort ot to be the fastest over that course made
HARBOR FUND PLEASES
$460,000 FRO CONGRESS WILL AID
Representative Johnson Says Gra
With Balance on Hand, Will
Enable Prosecution of Work.
ABERDEEN, "Wash., April 5.; (Spe
cial.) Four hundred and sixty thou
sand dollars out of the i 30,000.000 au
thorized, for rivers and harbors of the
United States at the last session of
Congress will be spent on Grays Har
bor north jetty. The Federal Board
of Engineers made this announcement
yesterday at Washington. Advertis
ing probably will begin tomorrow for
bids for 200.000 tons of rock to be used
in raising the petty to a mid-tide Jetty,
The announcement of this appro
priation," Albert Johnson. Representa
tive in Congress, said today before he
left for Tacoma, is one of the utmost
importance to Grays Harbor. Senator
Jones and myself asked for 560,000,
which was the amount recommended
by the special engineering committee,
but the sum granted is entirely satis
factory because there is on hand some
thing like $90,000 of the former appro
priation, which will give a total of
$550,000 for the north side project. In
two years the Grays Harbor waterway
appropriation will have reached $605,
000. the largest granted since the orig
inal appropriation. This latest grant
establishes - this harbor beyond all
doubt. It means thai the Government
wllj continue work here until the de
sired depth of water is attained."
LA PEROCSE STARTING WELIi
American Ship Santa Clara Estab
lishes Best Time In Long Period.
Shipping men recalled clippership
days yesterday on the receipt- of a
message at the Merchants' Exchange
ship La Perouse had
been spoken Thursday. 31:4 north.
122:48 west, which is in the vicinity of
There will be another marine build
ing under way during the season, the
Portland Flouring Mills Company hav
ing planned an addition to its mill and
dock at the lower end of the harbor.
In about a week Municipal Dock No. 2,
on the East Side, will be ready to take
over, and work is being advanced on
by a windjammer
For the present the Willamette has
reached its highest point here as a re
suit of late rains, for it fell five-tenths
of a foot for 24 hours ending at 5
n'Mrtnlr voatffrrinv jind registered 6.6
ine upcu Ufill bi a : rv u. i , du wiiii niwi abOVC'ZerO.
finishing of that Job No.
1 will be de-
liAWHILL. TAKES BIG LOAD
Second Cargo of Season for United
Kingdom Moves Soon.
One of the largest sailing-ship car
goes of lumber dispatched from the
Columbia River will be taken to the
United Kingdom by the Russian bark
Lawhill. which arrived in the river
Sunday from Wallaroo, having been at
s.a since January 9. The vessel is of
2749 tons net register, and it is esti-
. .. . j i . ..-iii .. ir n .... o inn nn i
feet. She loads at the North" Pacific P"1?"; and, 'je BlZu! ll t0
Bringing 200 tons of asphaltum and
23,572 sacks of California cement, the
steamer Alvarado was entered at tne
Custom-House yesterday. She loads
lumber at St. Helens for New iork. and
will make three voyages in that trade
under charter to the Charles R. Mc
Cormlck Lumber Company. The steamer
St. Helens, which is to carry a single
cargo for the same firm, has sailed from
Captain P. E. Syvert entered the Brit
ish bark Inveresk yesterday from San
Francisco, with wheat stiffening aboard
amounting to 6575 sacks that is valued
at $19,470. She bad about 150 tons of
ballast that Is being discharged at
The ship is to carry part of an order
loaded by the Russian ship Samoena,
which left the river March 21 with a
full cargo for England. That portion
of the order was switch ties, evidently
intended for emergency railroad con
struction. The British bark Hinemoa
is under engagement for the same busi
ness and was to have loaded on river,
but l uget Sound proved the successful
bidder. She left Melbourne January 20.
The schooner Defiance, which comes
from San Francisco to load for Mel
bourne, loads at the North Pacific mill,
and the schooner Resolute, for Sydney,
is to be given cargo at. Inman-Poul-nen's.
The schooner Forest Home,
which loads for the West Coast, left
Honolulu March 26.
BOOM WANTED IN SLOCGH
War Department Acts on Application
of Kerry Lumber Company.
Utilizing a part of Westport Slough,
In front of the terminal of the Colum
bia & Nehalem Railroad, for booming
logs. Is planned by the Kerry Lumber
Company, and an application request
ing permission for the boom has been
made to the War Department. Colo
nel McKinstry. Corps of Engineers, U.
TS. A., has in turn received information
from Washington on the matter and
he will conduct an inquiry. "
As a means of facilitating the mat
ter. Colonel McKinstry has requested
that all persons interested convey to
him their opinions as to whether the
establishment of a boom there would
be an Interference with navigation. A
chart of the slough, showing the pro
posed boom location and other details.
Is on file at the office of the engineers.
OREGOXIAX READY TO SAIL
large Lot of Wheat Moves From
Portland to New York Market.
Close to 1500 tons of cargo will bj
aboard the American-Hawaiian liner
Oregonian when she departs today fo
New York via Puget Sound, the bulk
of which will be 1000 tons of wheat
that is moving to New York. The
steamer shifted yesterday to the dock
of the American Can Company and
took on 300 tons of scrap tin, which
goes East to be worked over, while
there will be 125 'tons of canned sal
mon and 50 tons of miscellaneous
The liner Panaman Is due April 11
with a fair cargo, but no intimation
has been given as to what or where
she loads for the return, though it is
understood the vessel has not been tak
en for lumber. The Hawaiian, coming
April 16. is to take on shipments here
for Norfolk. Boston and New York.
T. V. O'CONNOR IS DCE TODAY
Head of Longshoremen to Talk Over
Sitnation at Portland.
Accepting an invitation from Pacific
Coast shipping interests to include the
Important ports in his return Itinerary,
T. V. O'Connor, president of the Inter
national Longshoremen's Association,
who came from the East to adjust dif
ferences between longshoremen and
employers at Seattle, growing out of a
strike at Vanacouver, B. C-. and then
KUcceeded in settling the latter, is due
In the city this morning.' J. A. Madsen,
f Portland, secretary-treasurer of thei
Pacific Coast district. International I last
Longshoremena Association, who has 1,00 0,000 fhio&ies from North Bend.
shift into a loading berth today.
Having aboard 100,000 feet of lumber
for San Francisco, the steamer Daisy
Freeman was cleared yesterday and
sailed last night, proceeding by way of
Grays Harbor, where she loads the re
mainder of her cargo. The steamer
Tamalpais got away from the harbor
last nisht for California with a lumber
cargo and passengers.
United States Inspectors Edwards and
Fuller yesterday inspected the tugs
Wenona and John McCraken.
In command of Captain Bernt Olsen
the tug Akutan left her Winter quar
ters at Goble yesterday, and proceeded
here to prepare for her annual trip to
Nushagak with the cannery- ships Levi
G. Burgess and Berlin. The tug went
to the plant of the W illamette Iron &
Steel Works, and besides minor repairs
is to be drydocked for cleaning and
To have her hull cleaned and painted,
hog chains tightened and other over
hauling done, the O.-W. R. & N. steamer
Harvest Queen was raised on the Port
of Portland drydock yesterday.
There is talk along the waterfront
that the steamer Mukllteo will begin
operations on the Portland-Lewis River
run about April la.
Yesterday being Easter Monday, an
occasion when little business is trans
acted in England, there were no cables
received dealing with charters of ves
sels or the usual tidings of interest to
the export grain trade.
It is reported that W. K. Grace & Co.
have closed for the delivery of 2.000,000
feet of lumber from Portland to Balboa,
which will move on the Norwegian
steamer Cuzco and one or two of the
vessels chartered in the West Coast
San Francisco reports are that the
charter of the well-known steamer
Portland, by G. W. McNear, to trans
port a cargo of grain from San Fran
cisco to a Scandinavian port, was done
on a lump sura basis, $60,000 being
agreed on for the voyage.
News Prom Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or., April 5. (Special.)
The Russian ship Pampa sailed this
afternon for the United Kingdom with
a cargo of grain from Portland.
The Russian bark Lawhill left dur
ing the night for Portland where she
will load grain,
The Puget Sound -tug Goliah, which
has been in service off the mouth of
the river for some time, has gone to
Seattle and will tow barges to Alaska.
The dredge Chinook met with a mis-
nap while working in the upper har
bor on Friday that will handicap her
operations somewhat, although it is
not expected ehe will be laid up. Her
port 30-inch suction pipe picked up a
piece of a snag that wrecked the big
pump. It is understood that a new
pump will be secured, but this will
require a month or more and in the
meantime the craft will operate with
the two 20-inch and one 30-inch pumps.
COOS BAY. Or.. April 5. (Special.)
The steamship Geo. W. Elder arrived
from Portland at 7:15 A. M. and sailed
for Eureka, leaving her Marshfield
dock at 2 P. M. The Elder brought 58
passengers for this port.
The steam schooner Yellowstone,
sailed for San Francisco from North
Bend this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Steamship Breakwater sailed
from Marshfield this afternon at 12:30
for Portland, carrying 20 passengers
and a fair amount of freight.
The steam schooner Saginaw sailed
night for San Francisco, with
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Name. Prom Date.
Roanoke. San Diego. ...... .In port
Beaver Los Angeles ...In Dort
Breakwater. ...... Coos Bay. ... April 7
Rose City .Los Angelas April
Geo. W. Elder. ...Eureka April 9
Yucatan -San Diego April 11
Bear..... Los Angeles April 13
DUE TA DEPART.
Name. For Date.
Great Northern. . . . San Francisco Indefte
Beaver -Los Angeles April i
Roanoke... San Diego April i
Harvard S. F. to L. A. April 1
Yale K. F. to L. A. . ... .. April
Breakwater Coos Bay April 9
Northland .Los Angeles April 10
San Ramon JSan Francisco. .. .April 10
Geo W.Elder Eureka April 11
Klamath San Diego April 12
Ross City Los Angeles April 12
Multnomah .San Diego. ...... April Id
Yucatan can Diego April 14
Yosemlte San Diego April 15
Celilo San Diego April IS
Santa Barbara San Francisco. . . . April 15
oear Los Angeles April 17
Willamette San Diego April 18
Fort land-Atlantic Service.
DUE! TO ARRIVE.
Name. From Date.
Oregonian New York .In port
Panaman .New York ..April 31
Santa Cecelia New York April 15
Hawaiian Kent York April ltj
nonojiuan. ...... ..rew 1 orK Apru zj
American. ........ New York. May
Santa Crus. ....... New York. . . May
lowan New York. ..... . May
Minnesota .New York May IB
fcanta catallna New York May 25
umoan New York May
DUE TO DEPART.
- Name. For Data.
Oregonian New York April
Panaman .New York April 14
Hawaiian New York April 19
oania Cecelia. .... .iew xork. ...... iprll
Honolulan New York April
American New York May
lowan .New York May
Santa Crus New York. . May
Mlnnesotan .New Tnrlc Mhv 1
unioan New York May
Santa Catallna New York May ZD
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Anrll 5. Arrlvri sBm-
.iaiair, rrom fcan Krancisco: Russian bark
Lawhill, from Wallaroo. Sailed Steamers
Laisy freeman. lor tfan Francisco: Oresn-
nian. for New York via Puget Sound: Sue
H. Elmore, for Tillamook; Tamalpais, for
Astoria. April 5. Arrived at 2 P. M.
Ligntnotise tender Manzanlta.
toan Francisco. ADril o. Arrived at 1 A.
M". and 6ailed at 2 P. M. Steamer Rose
city, Irom ban Fedro for Portland. Snokan,
April 1, 11:4 N. 123:4S W French bark La
ferouse. rrom Portland, for Lnlted Klnc
dom.. April 4 Sailed at 2 P. M. Steamer
Multnomah, for ban Diego. Sailed at 10 P.
M. Steamer St. Helens: at midnight.
steamer uieum, tor I'ortiana.
t oos Bav. Anril o. At-m-ed at 7 A. M
Steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Portland.
Astoria, April 3. Arrived at a and left
up at b:30 P. M. Steamer Mayfalr, from
San Francisco. Arrived down at 9 P. M.
Russian ship Pampa. Left up at 10 P. M.
Russian bark Lawhill.
n Francisco. April o. Arrived Stram
era Korea, from Hongkong: Asama Maru
(Japanese) from Victoria, balled steamers
Rose City. Oleum, for Portland; U. S. A. T.
Sherman, for Manila; Peter H. Croweli, for
Liverpool. April 2. Arrived Steamer
Confa, from Victoria. B. C.
Seattle. Wash.. ADril S. Arrived steam
ens Governor, from ban uiego; jvongasen
Maru iJananese). from bhangbal; J.
Chan8lor. Admiral Farragut. from San
Francisco: City of Seattle, Jefferson, from
Southeastern Alaska: bark W. B. Flint, from
Kahului. Sailed steamers Aamirai wat
son. for Southwestern Alaska;. William
Chatham, for San Francisco.
assembly-room of the Commercial Club
tonight at 8 o'clock, five directors will
be chosen to succeed George W. Staple-
ton. Walter M. Cook, James E. Appleby,
Frank B. Watkins and H. I Keats. The
nominating committee will recommend
election of the following: Walter M.
Cook, C. C. Overmire, Ira F. Powers,
James X. Abbott and John Kelly. The
holdover directors are W. J. Clemens,
retiring president; A. L. Fish, C. F.
Wright and John B. Teon.
Officers probably will not be chosen
until a later meeting of the board.
President Clemens insists that he will
not accept re-election and C. C. Over
mire is mentioned as his probable suc
SKIT LEADS AT PANTAGES
"THE SERPENT OF THE STILE
WTERD AM) FASCINATING.
Instrumen tails t Act Abound in Har- !
mony Eccentric Comedian
Has Pleasing Offering;.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
5:17 A. M S.3 feet.
7:2S P. M 6.3 feet0:46
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, April 5. Condition Jt the
bar at 5 P. M.: Sea, smootn; wind, nor
west S miles.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All portion reported at 8 P.M.. April 6,
anles otherwise designated.)
camera' Y. Peouera. Balboa for San Fran
cisco, o2i miles south of San Francisco,
Multnomah, San Francisco for San Pedro,
70 miles west of San Pedro.
Congress, San Pedro for San Francisco,
off Tolnt '("onceDcion.
Bars 91, Eureka for RedondQ, 104 miles
Damara. New York for San Dlcgo. 109
mil KAiith nf San Dieeo.
Admiral Watson, Seattle for Alaska, off
Wlndber. Bellingham for Southwest
Ala3ka. 7-J3 miles from Cape lattery
April 4. -
SMOKERS SEEK REAR SEATS
Business Men Back Amendment to
Law Regulating Cars.
Smoking- on the three rear seats of
open street cars is a privilege provided
in an ordinace that has been prepared
by City Attorney LaRoche, at the re
quest ot several businessmen. The
ordinance is in the form of an amend
ment to the present anti-smoking' law.
It is said by Mr. LaRoche that the
backers propose to circulate a petition
to present to the Council urging the
passage of the measure. The open
cars are used on excursion trains, on
cars running to the baseball grounds
and to resorts.
PAVING BILL FACES DELAY
Mayor's Measure Requiring Oath on
Preference Petition Coming TTp.
Mayor Albee's proposed ordinance to
require oaths with signatures on pre
ferential paving petitions will be be
fore the City Council tomorrow for
final passacre. It is expected that the
measure will meet with some opposi
tion and may be postponed again on
account of amendments which will be
supgested by City Attorney LaRoche.
The measure would end the present
system of having property owners send
in petitions favoring a particular type
of paving without the Council knowing
who circulated the petition.
AUTO CLUB WILL ELECT
C. C. Overmire Mentioned as Possi
bility for Presidency.
A symphony of color, sound and mo
tion is "The Serpent of the Niles" the
pantomine-drama which is headlining
the bill at the Pantages theater this
week. The wierdness. the wilderness
and the fascination of Ancient Egypt
is portrayed vividly. Bothwell Browne
and her company of 11 appear in the
playlet. Miss Browne- takes the part
of Cleoparta, who near the. end of her
life, upon hearing of the death of
Marc Anthony, kills herself by a ser
pent's sting. The serpent is a vicious
looking reptile, almost five feet long.
The production is one of the most
colorful that has been seen here for
long time. Brilliant hues and jewels
harmonize in the scanty costumes of
the 10 dancing girls. Cleopatra her
self almost dazzles the eyes with her
display of jewels. The music is wild
and low. The dancing is equally ae
The golden tones of the band in
struments of Archie Nicholson's com
pany of Instrumentalists fill the whole
theater with harmonious sounds. "The
Pilgrim Chorus" from Thanhouser,
brought forth a storm of applause yes
terday and the comedy of the "little
fat Cherman boy" was appreciated
Immensely. So was that of the Scotch
man, to say nothing of the spick and
span young American who tried to keep
peace. The act is clever and won much
Jimmy Green is about the most
eccentric little comedian in town. His
voice and his walk, his songs and talk
are all funny. Jimmy is distinctly
character. He makes noises that never
have been heard before and probably
will never be heard again except from
the animal which he so cleverly imi
Koso Marston and company appear
In a skit "The Claim Agent," which is
a winner. That the claim agent knew
his business is discovered by a pretty
little girl who tries to "beat" the
streetcar company out of "all the
money she could get."
Grace La Dell, is a clever little Par
islenne with a pretty accent who is
a crack shot. With almost any kind
of a gun. Mile. La Dell, hits her mark
at short and long range.
The bill is rounded out by first run
itiuinsrs im m
Experlenes is or should ba our best
eacner. Woman who have obeyed the
Highest and noblest
of all sacrifices, the
struggle for the life
of others, should
nave a better idea
of helpful influence
than those who
theorize, from, obser
vation. At any rate when
a prospective grand,
mother urges her
laughter to do as sha did to use
"Mother a Friend," there is ample reason
to believe it the right kind of advice.
Its purpose is to furnish pliancy to the
muscles, to take away the strain on the
eords and ligaments, to relieve the ten-
lion of nerves and tendons so apt to
provoke or aggravate nausea, morning
sickness, iwiicmngs ot tne limbs and bq
On. it is applied externally.
juurougn, in tne nature or thinirs. a
woman would use "Mother's Friend" but
rarely, yet so effective has it been found
that this splendid remedy Is on sale in
most drug stores throughout the United
States. It has been prepared by Bradfleld
Regulator Co.. 306 Lamar Bids., Atlanta,
ua., and advertised ny us lor over twenty
years. Ask at the drug store for a bottle
of "Mother'a Friend." It la worth While,
TO THB G. A. R All old sol
diers are very cordially request
ed to attend the funeral of Sam.
ue! Scott of Co. C. 7th Teg.. 111.
Vol. Cavalry, at the parlors or
J. P. Flnley ft Son at 2:30
o'clock, Tuesday, April tt.
Stranger in the city.
GENERAL. RELIEF COMMITTEE I. O. O.
F. We command you to visit the sick, .re
lieve the distressed, bury the dead and edu
cate the orDhans. A sDecial meetine is
called today (Tuesday) at 2 o'clock P. M. in
tne reading room, l. o. o. r. Temple, ae
Alder St., to conduct the funeral of Colonel
Samuel Scott; P. G., of Cottonwood Lodge
No. 2. I. O. O. F-, Deer Lodge, Montana.
Religious services at Finlev's. ChaDel at
2:30. Od-i Fellows' services and Interment.
Rose City Cemetery. Odd Fellows, please
J. C. JAMESON', Sec
A. AND A. S. RITE. ORE
GON LODGE OF PERFEC
TION, NO. 1 Regular meeting
In Memorial Hall, Scottish Rite
Cathedral, this evening at 8
o'clock. By order
i- I Broadway, at Taylor
j lAllilIiXVJi Min I.A1121
TONIGHT 8: IS
MATINEE Tomorrow $1 to 25c
FAMOUS COMEDY SUCCESS, .
Evenings: Floor. 11 rows 12, T at $1.50.
Balcony $1. 75c. 50o. Gallery 50c
SEATS NOW SELLING.
SPECIAL-PRICK MAT. SAT.
Biggest and best revue ever brought to
STAGED BY LEON ERROLU
1 00 - OBIO",Al AST . 1 00
1VV "BROADWAY BEAUTIES " U
Evenlnrs: Floor. 2. Balcony. $1.50. $t.
Gallery. 75c, 50c. Special Sat. Mat:
Floor, $2, $i.ao. Entire balcony, $i. nai
lery, 75c. 50c.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
6EATS ON SALE THURSDAY
Mat. Wed 25c-$l. Sat, Mat., 50c-$l.M
NIGHTS SOC, L. $1.40, $2.00.
With Cyril Srolt and Original
Chicagro and New York Cast
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. 159.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication tomorrow (Tuesday)
evening, 7:30 o'clock, April ,
Masonic Temple, West Side. Work
-a. m.. aegree. visitors welcome.
P. Andrus, Sec.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
HI, A. F. AND A. M Stated
communication will bo held at
mo Masonic Temple this (Tues
day) evening at S o'clock. Illus
trated lertnr nn rjn .v n v
Cooper. Visitors welcome. '
C. B. MILLER, Secretary.
CUMMI.VS The funeral of the late F. N.
i umrains, late conductor of S. P. Co., will
be held at his late residence, Clackamas,
Or.. Wednesday afternoon, April 7 at 3
O'clock. Friends inritpd. Burial In a l-
bany Thursday, April 8. Member of Elks-lodge.
GARBAGE PLAN VOTE ASKED
Council to Consider Submission of
Taxation Collection System,
Voters in the city election on June
7 will be asked to pass upon the ques-'f
tion of a municipal garbage collection
system to be maintained by general
taxation if a measure, to be submitted
to the City Council tomorrow by Com-
MULTNOMATT CTRfrr.M i cw -w
Members are reauesteri tn nitnnri h imami
of cur late neighbor, Matilda Norby, Tues
day at 2 P. M., from Cellar, undertakers,
59 Williams ave. clerk.
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 97.
O. E, S. Stated communication
this (Tuesday) evening, titi Russell
st. Decrees. By order of the W. M.
ANNA L. DUDLEY, Sec.
HERE WE ARE AGAIN. "SOn" AT n an-
dancJnt; at 0. Geo. Washington Camp, No.
oi. yv. u. v . w- w- imn . iirt an.
Alder sts., April., & Admission, one dime.
EXTRA Emblem Jewelry of all kinds: spe-
cisvj aeaiena maaa. Jaerer Bros., jeweler
missioner Daly, is placed on the ballot PARMENTER At Salem. Or., April 5, Mrs.
under the initiative.
The municipal system proposed would
involve an expenditure of about 170,
000 -a. year. Mr. Daly says. It has been
estimated that the cost of the service
would amount to somewhere near 30
cents a month for each family. It is
proposed to have the garbage collec
tion general throughout the entire
city and to require the removal by the
garbage wagons of all refuse. The
voters some time ago passed a meas
ure authorizing the issuance and sale
of i o.OOO in bonds to establish a mu
Hannah L. Parmenter. aired 89 years; wife
pi tnq laiq u. fli. farmenier, or mat city.
DRAFT CAUSES ARREST
YV. K. Morrison Accusd of Passing
Charged with passing a fradulent
draft for $350 on the Benson Hotel, W.
R. Morrison was arrested at that ho
tel yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Ward,
and Is in the County Jail under $500
Deputy Sheriffs have been looking
for Morrison several days. During
part of that time he was in Spokane.
Authorities there were notified, .but he
had returned to Portland. Unconscious
of the fact that he was wanted, Mor
rison returned to Portland yesterday
morning, registered at the Benson Ho
tel and shortly afterwards was arrest
ed. He denies his guilt and. declares a
mistake has been made in the New
York bank on which the draft was
The friirate bird holds the -record among ,
the aviators. It reaches a speed of 200 miles ;
SIMMONS The funeral service of the- late
June cana bimmons, who passed away i
this city, April 2, will be held today
tiuesaay at 3 r. M. from the chattel o
the Skewes Undertaking Co.. corner 3d
and Clay. Friends invited to attend.
Memoers or Laurelwood Hive. no.
Ladies of the Maccabees, are requested to
De prcaent. interment lamuy plot Mult
DI FAZIO In this city. April 5. at his late
residence. 280 Sheridan st., fiebriolo li
Fazio, aged .58 years. The funeral services
win be held Wednesday. April 7. e
o'clock P. M. at St. Michael's Church. 4th
and Mill sts. Friends Invited. Intermen
Riverview Cemetery. The remains are
at the residence establishment of J.
I-inley & Son, Montgomery at 6th. Use
MARTIN In this city. April 4, at his late
residence, ola rv. 24th St.. Rudolph Mar
tin. aged 62 3-ears. The funeral services
will be held Wednesday. ADril 7. at 2:30
o clock P. M. at the residence establish
raent of J. P. Flnley & Son, Montgomery
t otn. nenas invitea. interment
Rose City Cemetery.
SCOTT In this city. April 4. Samuel Scott,
aged 81 years. The funeral services will
be held today, Tuesday, at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., at the residence establishment of
J. ir. Flnley & bon, Montgomery at oth
Friends Invited. Interment at Rose City
GREEN At the family residence. 1024 East
Main at., baturoay, April a. Conrad Green
aged 44 years 10 months 13 days. Funeral
services w:ii oe neia at 2 o clock today
Luesaay . Anrit o. rrom tne rflsmpnm
Friends invited. Interment at Mt. Scott
fark cemetery, fiease omit flowers.
BREDEPOX The funeral services of the
late cnanes uredeson win be held April
6 at 1 P. M. from the Evangelical Church
&c Jonns. interment Riverview Cem
etery, Friends invited.
ANDERSON April 5, Alexander Anderson,
eed 50 years. Funeral services will be
held at Dunning & McEntee'e chapel to
day (luesaay; at 2 r. m. frienas invited
interment Muitnoman cemetery.
At the annual meeting o the Port
land Automobile Club in tne sixth, iloot
Are most effective when aided by light
applications of Cuticura Ointment.
Samples Free by Mail
Cuticura Soap and OtntmeDt sold everywhere.
Liberal sample of eaeb maUed tnm with 32-p. book.
Address postxard "Cuticura, Dept. 25F. Boston.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Anetion-House. 166-168 Park
U Furniture! rugs, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock.
The inly resldeucti underialtlnjr establish
miLt Lu Portland lta private rlvewax
alain U. A. 1588.
J. i PKJLBT 80N.
- Montg-omery at ITlttn.
MR. 1DWAED HOLM AN. the leadlni
funeral director, 220 Tblrd street, comer
SaUnoa. ldy assistant. A laU. Main M.
F. B. DUNNING, INC,
East s:le Funeral Directors, 414 East Al
ter street. Eaat S2, B 2ZZS. .
A. rL. ZaUa.la CO.
Bast 1080, c louo.
and night service.
bUi WILLIAMS AV a
Lady attendant, uaj
DUNNING at M'JNT. funeral dlreotora,
Broadway and Pino. Fnone Main 40, A,iis.
K. x. BVKHtS, Williams ave. and Knott.
East 1115. C 1843. Lady attendant.
Breeze ft Snook, Sunnyside Parlors. Auto
hearse. 1026 Belmont st. Tabor 12M, B 1252.
P. L, LGKCH. East 11th and Clay streeta
Lady assistant. East 781.
tK.EVE! UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
Autos for funerals and weddings. Funeral
Service Co. Woodlawn 2623, C 1156
uiptiv a vanUKa CO.. florlata. S47 Wasa-
in K ton. M"'" aw, a ioe. 1UWW M M I
occasions artistically arransea.
Main 2, A 6360. Geo. L. Baker. Mgrr.
Bargain Matinee Today for
Tonlfrht, tomorrow Mat. & night.
Last opportunities to see
Greatest Hit in Years,
Eveningrs 25c, 5oc, 75c;
Today's Matinees, 25c,
Today's Matinee for Women Only.
SEATS NOW SELLING
Mario Lambardi, Impresario.
OPENS AT BAKER THEATER
evening in a grand production
of Verdi's magnificent spectacle
75 artists. Orchestra of 20.
Gorgeous Scenery anrl Costumes.
Friday night and Sun. Mat.
Sat. and Sun nights
Sat. Mat. and Mon. night
Tues. night... .IL TROVATORE
Evenings Lower floor, $1.00;
balcony, first 6 rows, 75c; next
rows, 50c; Upper Balcony, 25c.
Matinees Lower Floor 50c;
FIRST TIMK IX AMERICA AT
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
MOST MODER.V IN AMERICA. .
i Perpetual Care Without Kxtra Chart e, a
. reature timitea aoieiy to
Mount Scott Park.
Originators and Leaders of HI Kh -Class
Cemetery and Crematorium
Service in Portland.
Its Beauty (SlnKularly Appropriate Its
Care Peculiarly SuRKstive tf
Affection and Memory.
Ideally Loch ted on Picturesque Mount
(Scott, "Where Nature's Peaceful
Quietude Lenda an Influence
to Soften Sorrow."
Cemetery Auto 'Bus Meets Mount Scott
Cars at Lents and Cazadero Cars
at Watson Station Dally
Both Telephones. Terms Reasonable
I'Mre-a Ke Hlahrr.
LARGE, PERMANENT. I'A R K I.IK K,
on improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repsyment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
60' LARfiK LOANS ON CC
lO BUSINESS PROPERTIES O -O
A. II. BIKRELL CO.
Z17-2I9 Northwestern Rank BalldlasT.
Marahall 4114, A -ill.
WEST SIDE FLAT
LOT 31 X lOO FEET.
Bulldlnn- In Fine Condition. Beat Buy
95O0 Dewn, Balance Easy Terms.
Inquire on Premises,
404 COLUMBIA bl'KEET.
on rMTpRovr-n BtrsiXFan rnorFHTiaa
Residence loana i and T ner rent, ao
cording" to location, plenty of money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
S07-8 Northweetera Bank BUS.
Businrss pwopfrtyano closc in wcsrortsicrs
NORTHWESTERN tVMMH. BUILOlNa
CITY AND FARM LOAN!
On Improved Properties In Any Amount
t Current Kates.
HAKTMAN as 'IUOA1PSON. BANKERS.
Cerser Kerartn auad ktarst aarssts
Main 2274. -100 Henry Uulldinc.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CO., U. P.. 4U-40i-4tli
BECK. William p.. 815-3ld Faluns P'a.
BENEDICT BROS., 030 Hawthorn ave.
BARRETT BROS.. &02 Board of Trade.
For bale Lois.
I:S0 P. M
Colonel Palteo Presents
OLD SOLDIKR PIDDLE KS.
OTHER HEADLINE ACTS.
PRICES: ieh?sn !
KOSK CITT PARK
Deal direct with th owners, th oiit
inal platters of this beautiful part ot
Portland. Call on our raity aopartm-ant.
earner Fourth and tttark.
HAKTMAN 4c XHOMrSON
NON-KKSIDKNT owner offera full half acre
corner lot In Lents (w lot , block i.
Cad w -all's Add.). Price 700. Highest bid
der takes lu Address Mr. Humphiy, -11
btory bids. Los Angeles. Cat.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS bungalow Htci $10-00
and upwards to builders of good hmuvi
between Iwth and 11. nt". ; walking
tunce and carlinca. J oasis Hob-ion, -8
FOR FA LIS Lot -01-U0. west sloif, Mt.
Tabor, all improvements In and paid; will
sacrifice for quick sale. Win. JdcClure, -114
NfiATaNE PAHY 230
"THE BKK.FENT OF THE NILE,"
Featuring Bothwell Brown.
6 OTUKK B1G-FEATUBK ACTS
Boxes and first row balcony reserred br
pnone. wain 43S, A zzita.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily and Sunday. '
One time 18e
Same ad two consecutive times S2c
bame ad three consecutive time 80e
bame ad six or aeven consecutive times. . . Me
The above rates apply to advertisement
under ".New Today" and all otlier i-lasnlfliar
tioiii except the folio wins;
bit ut ions Wanted Male.
situations Wanted 1 emaJe.
For Kent. Koom, Private PaniUlea,
Board and Kooius, Private Fa ml lie.
Housekeeping Koonis, Private Famiilea.
Kate on the above viaaeiiicationa im 1 cent
line each insertion.
On "chance" advert iaementa chars- will ha
baaed on tne number of line appearing La
the nitDer. rejrardlesa if (he numiicr of unnli
in each line. Minimum diarae. two line.
The Oregonian will accent classified ad
vertinementM over the tel-cohone. i.rtvl-rWd
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, but 1
bill will be tendered the following day. !
Whether aubseuuent advertiaeuienLs will Im
accepted over the pi: one depends upon the
uruuiuimwi oi Daymen or leieonone adver
tisements. Situations wanted and Personal
advertisement will not he accepted over the
leiepnone. uraers lor one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for bale." "BuaL
neat -upport unit tea." iwoming-Uouses'' and
named to Kent."
Telephone Maiu 7070, A 6005.
The Oregonian will not Euarantee accuracy
or asHume renponHibility for errors occurring
ui iriopuuii" aavertisemeni.
A d vert. Hem en t s to receive prompt classifi
cation must be In The Oregonian office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except bat urday.
lot In r hour for The Mm day 4irefonlan will
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual,
and all ads received too late for proper clas.
if! cat! on will be run under the heading
Too Late to Clatmify."
ROSE CITY PARK .DISTRICT.
Fine largo lot for a bungalow; coat
me $1000; must have money; will sac
rifice at S4!0 for cash. Call Main 92).
ASTORIA, WARRK.VTUN, NEW ASTORIA
Locations -the tn-art of the b-et 0f tt
R. L. Yoke, 113-8 Northwestern Itank bldg.
TWO lrvliiKton lts, siMun
ioth at., bftweon Bihj-mm
7 end block -.1. Hop
Thomns at., Srattlf.
FOU tSAUi Lot .".UxH7. on car
east slope, Mt. Talor; i map at $'i
C McClure, 414 Failing Biitg.
corner, m-r H. t. car. Call U-A
For bale Beach Property.
TILLAMOOK BEACH Salt air; '1 fine .ti,
best location, big sacrifice. Address
Owner, . 70lt, Oregon Ian.
For bale Ho
BAKU A IX IN o-KUoM BUNGALOW,
In good district; handy to cars; haa 5
rooms, fireplace, buffet, large pontics,
Dutch kitchen, 2 good bedrooms and
large bath, only S'JloO. Will sell (or SJJ
a month, wliii h Includes Inter-Rat. Call
Tabor iiUMJ mornings and evenlnfa.
IN PIEDMONT For sale, rent or exchanas
for Los Angeles projnrty; 7-room thor
oughly mortprn house; beautiful grounds,
an Ideal home for children; near lOg"
.School, library, park and churches. Wet
sacrifice for quick disposition. F 7 OH,
Modem five-room bungalow, completely
furulnh'd, with golden oak, like new;
Richmond Add.. 1 blk from car; am leav-
ing. Main 14'2.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
-87 GRAND AVEL, N.
Between Davis and Everett.
Phones F-at 1432, B 2515. Open Day
Report ail cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for email animals.
Uorse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring; a pet may communicate with ua
ROSE CITV I'AKK
Attractive modern bungalow, well lo
cated, closo to car and school, furnlshrd
if desired, expert to luavs city, good bar.
gain. Tabor 0141.
A KNAP Hawthorne district, modern ntne
room houM with 0 bedrooms, sleeping
porch, good furnace, full cemented base
ment, laundry; S4.0. By owner. 7 L.
Taylor M. Kst '4'.Ui.
ONE of Laurelhurat's most attractive bung
alows, every modern Improvement, T
rooms and sleeping porch ; sacrifice. Ta
LOCATED in very heart of Laureihurst;
modern, sightly, I -room house, on oornsr;
nothing butter In tract and price is right.
Owner, Tabor I2SL
EQUITY In nous and ,)ot; favorably lo
cated; easy pa ments- will discount
amount of equitv for cash. Address room
51, Oregonian t'dg.
253 -acre stock ranch In Eastern Washing
ton, abundant grass and water and some
valuable timber, joins r orest Reserve wun
unlimited outrange. Railroad crosses the
land, unincumbered. Price, i8,o00. Wants
Portland income property and might take
small improved suburban tract as part pay
ASSOCIATED BROKKRS f. -DM PANY.
HERE la your chance to get a home. Have
several nice bungalows to select from; i
to 7 rooms; these can be bought on easy
terms. Phone Main 45tf.
FOR SALE Hui Mid lot, partly fur
nished; house unfinished, uniaM mortgage;
$4-" canh required, 7-th S. K.
BUNGALOW PLAN ROOK, iuc.
A. H. f Atth.it, AKU211 I tix.: r.
A lnfcworth ave. Phone Woodlawn 2W4.
GOING away, neat 4 -room house, 40x
100 lot : price Includes all the furniture :
rood piano. Tabor 3uii7.
FOR SALE New modern i-room bungalow
In Irvlngton. Unique In design and com
pleto Ir. every detail. Phone E. 4545.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators.
Iresa cut now era, great, variety, j-iorriavn,
between 4th and 6th. Main or A 1806.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Aider.
Designs ana sprays. Marsnan ovt.
MAX M, SMITH. Mala 72i&. A -L2L SelUnS
A- C. F- BURKHARDT, 120 N. 23d Funeral
designs and cut t icy era. Main ld&tf. a tv&i.
SUNNYSIDE Greenhouse. Frasfc flowers.
?A0fi U sUiit W4 aa xarian
Western Bond &
Onr Own Uouu. af. current
MTCNKIPtl. AISO CORPORATION UONDS.
FARM AJ.D CITV lv48.
M FourlU Board ef Trade Bide.
MORTGAGE I tKm
!?CR0mAN 902 5fVUJ.WBUI-.aNtl
FOR SALE Double
lot on instalment.
BY OWNER, desirable, modern, 6-room
house, close In, very cheap, easy terms.
Phone East 208.
NEW, modern 12-room bouse. In Irriagtoo.
R. B. Rice, East 2482
NEW modern 9-room house, garage;
$30 a month; terms. Woodlawn
FINE H-room house, large sleeping porch,
corner. 92 U East Taylor.
BEAUTIFUL new 7-room houn
every way. Mt. Tabor. 3l E.
. modern In
MY modern home in Irvlngton must be sold;
real bargain. U 71l, Oregonian.
tS MONTHLY buys S-rnom house, 730l
A. C. aliarslera, 2Qi Wilcoft bids.