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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FEIDAT, APRIL 23, 1915.
ALBERS WILL BUILD
Dock North of Broadway to Be
Raised Two Stories. v.
RAILWAY BIDS RECEIVED
Plans Hciiig Drawn for Second
Story of Municipal Boutlandlng
and Portland Flouring Mills
Will Add to Dock.
Important waterfront Improvements
projected for tho 1915 season are to.
tie augmented through the addition of
two stories above Albers dock No. 2
that will extend from the north line of
the Broadway bridge to the north line
of dock No. 2. a distance of 177 feet and
will have a width of 140 feet Appli
cation for permission to construct the
addition was made yesterday to the
Commission of Public Docks and, while
favored, definite action was not taken
rending a reply from the owners as
to whether they will Install a sprin
The first floor of the addition is to
"he utilized in connection with Albers
Eros.' mill and the fourth floor Is for
office purposes. The company main
tains three docks there. No. 1 being
south of the Broadway bridge and the
others on the north side. In connection
with the building plan the Commission
discussed the erecting of concrete fire
walls to protect the bridge, but with
a sprinkling system and the fact that
the exterior of the addition will be
sided with corrugated fireproof mate
rial, the fire risk will be considerably
lessened. Heavy mill construction will
be used throughout, and while the
foundation of the dock is on concrete
caps, the lower structure is to be
strengthened where required. The wa
terfront building ordinance provides
for fireproof construction for 50 feet
each side of bridges, but the Comrcis
Bion voted to amend the measure.
Plans are being drawn for the addi
tion to the municipal boatlanding, at
the foot of Stark street, where a sec
ond story is to be built for headquar
ters of the Commission. It is expected
that bids can bo asked for in three
weeks. Another waterfront Improve
ment to be begun' soon will be the ad
dition to the mill and dock of the Port
land Flouring Mills Company, at the
lower end of the harbor on the East
Side. A fill there is to be started next
The Commission received one bid yes
terday for the construction of railroad
connections at Municipal Dock No. 2,
between Kast Washington and East
Oak streets,. A. Guthrie & Co. -offering
to lay the tracks for $4,845 with an
alternate bid, which includes additional
trackage, in the sum of $5,994. The ten
ders were taken under consideration,
as the Commission plans entering into
a lease with the Spokane. Portland &
Seattle Railroad for block 22. to be
used in connection with the tracks.
The intention is to have two tracks In
the rear of the dock and across to the
east line of East Water street, while
the alternate bid includes the further
construction of track on East Oak
street and across block 22 to the west
line of East First street to a connec
tion with the Southern Pacific. Offi
cials of the Portland Railway. Light
& Power Company informed the Com
mission that for the present they would
not build a connection with the dock,
though they can reach that siding from
other tracks south of there. The new
dock will be taken over about May 1.
LIBEL- SUIT OX BARK ARGUED
Crashing of Antonlno Into Desde
mona Light Laid to Negligence.
The libel against the French bark
Pierre Antonine, brought by the United
Btates Government for damage amount
ing to $541 because of the craft crash
ing Into the United States light station.
on Desdemona Sands at the mouth of
the Columbia River, formed the sub
ject of an admiralty case before Judge
Bean in Federal Court yesterday. At
the forenoon session of court Assistant
United States Attorney Rankin estab
lished to the satisfaction of the court
that negligence had caused the mishap,
but whether this could be laid either
to the vessel or the Port of Portland
tug, which towed her into the river,
is an issue between these two interests.
A suit fled by the bark owners
against the Port of Portland, and a
counter eult, in which the Port of Port
land makes a claim of $1700, were the
bases of arguments and the introduc
tion of testimony before the court yes
terday, and the case will be continued
today. It is expected the court will
trive his decision this afternoon.
BREAKWATER, TO MOVE BERTH
K or th Section of Ains worth liock to
Be Used by "Bis: Three."
Talk along the waterfront is that the
Uteamer Breakwater, operated by the
Southern Pacific between Portland and
Coos Bay, will give up her berth at
the north end of Ainsworth dock about
the middle of next month and that
the property will be occupied by the
4?an Francisco & Portland Steamship
It is said that no decision has been
reached regarding the future of the
main section of Ainsworth dock. Plana
for repairing the structure were sub
mitted recently to tire Commission of
Public Docks and that body. while
approving them generally, decided on
certain conditions, including that one
of its inspectors should pass on the
work. . The berth now used by the
Breakwater is comparatively new and
that may be occupied in conjunction
with a part of the main dock.
MICKY' O'Kei'RKE BACK AGAIX
tliicf Engineer of Light Vessel
Thinks Northern Pacific Is Dream.
"Tls not fer the loikes av me f
thravel aboard th' palices 'f th' Pa
cific, fer Olm es much t' home as a
German b'y ud be aboard a John Bull
man o' war," remarked Micky
O'Rourke. "chaf ingin'ar" of the Co
lumbia River lightvessel, who .returned
Wednesday on the Northern Pacific
from San Francisco and is back at his
old berth on the lightvessel.
Captain Jacob Nielsen, master of the
Government's silent sentinel at theen
trance to the Columbia, says Micky,
who came ashore yesterday, looks and
feels better than for years, yet is more
contented aboard ship than gazing at
he entrancing sights of the San
Francisco fair. On the occasion of a
visit to the Golden Gate two years ago
Micky' fell victim to thieves, who at
tached his wealth, but this time he re
turned unscathed. He says that for
speed the Northern Pacific has any
thing on the ocean beaten.
CHRISTIAN' BORS IS AT SEA
Tramp Loaded I'nster Than Others
and Exceeds Former Cargo.
Crossing out of the Columbia River
at 6 o'clock yesterday morning and
carrying 249,460 bushels of wheat, val
ued at $374,000, destined for Limerick,
the Norwegian 'steamer Christian Bora
established & record for dispatch that
will be hard to beat at any Pacific
grain port. The vessel came into the
harbor Saturday and began loading
Monday, finishing before 5 o'clock
Wednesday. She left down as soon as
ready, and except for Sunday lost no
time since her arrival.
Credit for the fine performance is be
ing given Superintendent Hanna, of
Irving dock, who represents M. H.
Houser there, and Matt Troy, superin
tendent for Brown & McCabe, steve
dores. Besides her speed in loading the
ship took 2S1 tons more than her best
showing previously, having 6681 tons
aboard. Incidentally. Captain Hille re
tains his reputation for having one of
the cleanest tramp steamers plying on
Exclusive of miscellaneous freight
the American-Hawaiian liner Hawaiian
will leave here tonight with 10.204 bar
rels of flour and 30.000 bushels of
wheat. She shifts from Albers dock
this morning to Atbina dock and at
noon goes from there to that of the
Portland Flourinar Mills Company. Cap
tain Anderson, of the liner Honolulan,
was to have reached the lightvessel
from New York via San Francisco last
evening and is to be here early this
Merchants Exchange reports yester
day included news of the arrival at Bal
boa of the Norwegian steamer Thor,
which is en route from the river to
Quebec with a full carpo of lumber.
Captain L. P. Hosford.has been signed
as skipper of the steamer Undine,
which is being prepared for her trip to
Lewiston as the flagship of the Cham
ber of Commerce in The Dalles-Celilo
That chartering for lumber is being
done for Fall and Winter loading was
shown yesterday on the receipt of re
ports of the engagement of the schooner
Rosamond for September-October load
ing, the schooner Manila for October
November and the schooner Ludlow for
November-December loading, all by A.
F. Thane & Co., and to load at North
Pacific ports for Sydney at 65 shillings
with the option of Melbourne or Adel
aide at 75 shillings. The schooner Ex
pansion was taken for Sydney at 65
shillings to load at a British Columbia
port in October.
Captain Sandstrom. of the Columbia
River Pilots' Association, who has been
off the active list for a few weeks be
cause cf an operation for appendicitis,
made his appearance at the pilot head
quarters yesterday and expeote, to be
ready for duty soon.
Head winds detained the liner Rosi
City so she did not reach the river until
after noon yesterday and arrived here
last evening. The vessel brought 150
passengers. About 100 travelers went
south on the Beaver, which sailed at 9
o'clock in the morning.
Having a full cargo of lumber for
San Pedro, the steamer Johan Poulsen
left St. Helens for Astoria last even
ing, and the Northland proceeded to
St. Helens to finish.
Having been floated from the Oregon
drydock after her hull was cleaned and
painted, the schooner Forest Home
leaves the harbor today for St. Helens
to load lumber for the West Coast.
To undergo an overhauling and have
her hull cleaned and painted, the Port
of Portland bar tug Oneonta was lifted
on the public drydock yesterday.
Making her second trip to Lewiston
this season, the steamer Inland Empire
left Celilo yesterday with Portland
for points as far south as
Bandon, the gasoline schooner Tilla
mook left the harbor last night.
3Iovenients of Vessels.
PORTLAND, April 22. Arrived Steamers
Siskiyou, from San Pedro: W. F. Herrin,
from San Francisco: Hose City, from San
Pedro via San Franciscc. Sailed Steamers
Johan Poulsen and Daisy Freeman, for San
Francisco: schooner Eric, for Salaverry.
Astoria. April 22. Sailed at 3 A. M..
steamer Roanoke, for San Diego via way
ports; at 4 A. M., steamer Santa Barbara,
for San Pedro via San Francisco; at & A. M.,
steamer Hornet, for Mukilteo; at 6 A. M..
Norwegian Bteamer Christian Bors, for Lim
erick. Arrived at -midr.lgrit and left up at
1:30 A. M., steamer W. F. Herrin,-from
Monterey. Arrived at 1:20 and left up at
2:20 'P. M., steamer Rose City, from San
Pedro and San Francisco. Arrived down at
2 P: M., schooner Eric; arrived down at 3
P. M., steamer Beaver.
San Francisco, April 22. Arrived Steam
er Yucatan, from Kan Diego, for Portland;
arrived at 2:30 P. M., steamer Northern Pa
cific, from Flavel. April 21 Sailed at 6
P. M., steamer Claremont. for Portland.
Coos Bay. April 22. Arrived at 9 A. M.
steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Eureka, for
San Pedro, April 22. Arrived Steamer
Bear, from - Portland via San Francisco.
Balboa. April 21. Arrived Norwegian
steamer Thor. from Portland, for Quebec.
Arrived and sailed, steamer Meteor, fram
Portland, for New York.
Astoria. April 21. Arrived at 8 and left
up at 0 P M., steamer Siskiyou, from San
Pedro. Sailed at in P. M., Norwegian
steamer Cueco, for West Coast of South
America, via San Pedro. Sailed at 7:30
P. M.. steamer Tamalpais. for San Francisco.
Seattle, April 22. Arrived Steamers Spo.
kane, from Southeastern Alaska; Ixlon (Brit
ish), from Manila; Atlas, frcm San Fran
cisco; power schooner Bender Brothers, from
Bering Sea. Sailed Steamer .Atlas, for San
Cristobal. April 22. Arrived Steamer
Crown of .Navarre. from Liverpool, for
Seattle. " .
Newport News, Va., April 22. Arrived
Steamer Kenkon Maru No, 8, from Portland,
Or., and sailed for London.
Hongkong, April 20. Arrived Panama
Maru, from Victoria. B. C.
Shanghai. April 20. Arrived Sado Maru,
from Victoria. B. C. Sailed Steamer Yoko
hama Maru, for Seattle.
Yokohama, April 20. Arrived Steamer
Seattle Maru, from Victoria, B. C.
San Francisco. April 22. Arrived Steam,
erg Falcon and barge Charles Nelson, from
Mukilteo; Walruna British), from Sydney;
Northern Pacific, from Astoria. Sailed
Steamers Svea, for Aberdeen- F. S Loop,
for Seattle; Mayfalr, for Port Angeles:
Henry T. Scott and barge Acapulco, for
Naralmo; schooners Roy Somers and Catha
year, for Bristol Bay; bark Star of Finland,
for Alitak; ship Francis M. Phelps, for
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, April 22. Condition of
the bar at 5 P. M.: Sea, smooth; wind,
northwest 20 miles.
Tides at Astoria Friday.
0:4ft. A. M...6.9 feet 11:07 A. M...4.2 feet
8:40 P. M...6.6 f9etl:58 P. M...1.3 feet
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All positions reported at S P. M. April
22, unless otherwise indicated.)
President, San Pedro for San Francisco,
one mile south of Point Arguello.
Olianslor, Monterey for Honolulu, 460
miles from Monterey.
Cuzco, Portland for West Coast, via San
Pedro, 310 miles north of San Francisco.
Norwood, Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
15 miles south of Cape Blanco.
.Adeline Smith, Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, 25 miles south of Coos Bay.
Centralis. San Francisco for Eureka,
crossing Humboldt Bay.
Roanoke, Portland for San Francisco, 356
miles north or San Francisco.
Vance, Kagle Harbor for San Francisco,
off Cape Blanco.
Yosemlte, Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
20 miles south of Cape Blanco.
Drake, Seattle for Richmond, 185 miles
north of Richmond.
Korea. San Francisco for Orient, 1550
China, Orient for San Francisco. 1610
miles out, April 21, 8 P. M.
Hilonian, Seattle for Honolulu. 1100 miles
from cape Flattery, April 21, 8 P. M.
Matsonia, San Francisco for Honolulu. 97
miles out, April 21. 8 P. M
Barge 91, Richmond Jor Ventura, 92
miles from Richmond.
Asuncion. San Pedro for Richmond. 63
miles south of Richmond.
Lucas and barg 03, Point Wells for Rich
mond. 12 mites south of Point Arena.
Scott. San Francisco for Nanalmo, 10
miles north of Point Arena.
Topeka. San Francisco for Eureka, 18
miles south of Point Arena.
Kilburn. Eureka for Fan Francisco, 38
miles south of Blunts Reef.
Arolinc. San Francisco for San Pedro, off
Hanify, San 1 Francisco for San Pedro, 62
miles south of San Francisco.
Nann Smith, Coos Bay for San Francisco,
88 miles north of Pan Francisco.
Congress, Kan Francisco for Seattle, 83
miles north of Capo Blanco.
Geo. W". Elder. Coos Bay for Portland, BO
miles north of Coos Bay.
Porter, Everett for Gavlota, 600 miles
north of San Francisco.
Honolulan. San Francifco for Portland,
Beaver. Portland for Sarn Francisco, . 46
miles south of the Columbia River.
El Regundo, Point Wells for Richmond,
40ft miles north of San Francisco.
Hilonian.- Seattle-for - Honolulu, UAo miles
from Cape Flattery, April 21, 8 F. M.
HOLIDAY IS IN SIGHT
Governor of Idaho to Partici
pate in Canal Festivities.
PR0CLAMTI0N IS LIKELY
Arrangements Made lor Side Trip
Vp Snake River May 2 on Teal as
Far . as Grand. Konde Mos
cow ' to Send Delegation.
LEWISTON. Idaho, April 22. (Spe
cial.) That Governor Alexander real
izes the importance of The Dalles
Celilo Canal to the State of Idaho, is
evinced" by the following letter just
received from the Governor by E. A.
Cox. chairman of the celebration to
take place at Lewiston, May 3:
"Your request to make May 3 a legal
holiday in honor of the celebration to
be held in Lewiston on tnat date will
have my earnest consideration, and if
it is possible for me to do so I shall
gladly issue the proclamation. The
matter is of enough importance to
justify me In doing so, if the facts and
the law will bear me out.
Personally, I shall make it a holi
day and shall participate to the fullest
extent in the celebration, which, in my
opinion is the dawn of a greater Idaho,
and is of such general importance and
state-wide interest that I believe the
Governor is warranted in bringing the
event and its celebration to the notice
of the people of the State of Idaho,
which can be best done by the sug
gestion you have made."
The educational institutions of the
state also appreclatethe importance of
the opening of the canal, which gives
Idaho an open river to the sea, and the
3664 teachers employed in the schools
throughout the entire state will make a
study of the Celilo canal in relation to
the influence of the same on Idaho de
velopment. Their observations will be
conveyed to the entire enrollment of
the public schools of the state.
As a result of a conference yesterday
between E. D. Potvln, chairman of the
transportation committee of the water
ways celebration, and General Agent
Lofgren, of the Willamette & Columbia
River Transportation Company, plans
will be formulated for use of the
steamer Teal for an Upper Snake River
excursion May 2. It is probable that
the Teal will go as far as the mouth
of the Grand Ronde. The river is now
at a fine stage and the beautiful scenery
of the upper river undoubtedly will
appeal to many excursionists.
The Chamber of Commerce of Moscow
Idaho, has appointed a delegation of
150 members to represent that body.
They will go to Lewiston May 3 in au
tomobiles, and will bring the Moscow
band with them.
Special trains will be run from sev
eral points on the Camas and Jsez Perce
Prairies, the Clearwater branch of the
Northern Pacific and surrounding
IXFORMAL OPESIXG. PLAXX6D
Umatilla to Be Sent Through Celilo
Canal to Test Machinery.
An informal opening of the Celilo
Canal probably will be arranged to take
place next Monday preliminary to tne
formal opening ten days later.
It is proposed to send the Umatilla,
the Government boat that has been
used in construction work there,
through the locks to test the channel
and the machinery. She will be fol
lowed by the Inland Empire and Twin
Cities, upper river boats," that are wait
ing to come through to Portland for
slight repairs previous to the cere
monies on the upper river incidental to
the formal dedication.
Major Jay J. Morrow, who has had
charge of the work, went to Celilo yes
terday to inspect the property and to
determine when the first vessel can
pass through. Water now is flowing
through the canal and through the
locks and it is reported that the whole
improvement is in satisfactory condi
tion. The steamer Undine which is to carry
the party of Portland excursionists to
Lewi6ton. Idaho, for the ceremonies in
that city, will pass through the locks on
its eastward trip Friday morning, April
30. The vessel is scheduled to pass
through without stopping.
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or., April 22 (Special.)
The tank steamer Washtenaw arrived
today from pallfornia with fuel oil for
Astoria and Portland.
The steam schooner Hornet sailed for
Puget Sound, where she will load lum
ber. The schooner Eric arrived from "West
port with-a cargo of lumber for Peru.
She probably will sail tomorrow.
The American-Hawaiian line steamer
Honolulan . is due from San Francisco
with part cargo from New York for
The steamer Rose City arrived from
San Francisco and San Pedro, having
been delayed for several hours by the
strong head winds.
The steam schooner Santa Barbara
sailed for San Francisco with a cargo
of lumber from Portland, Rainier and
The steam schooner Siskiyou arrived
during the nfght from San Pedro and
went to Portland to take on lumber.
She will shift later to Rainier to finish
The steamer Roanoke sailed for San
Francisco and San Pedro with freight
and passengers from Portland and As
COOS BAy;. Or.. April 22. The gaso
line schooner Randolph, with supplies.
shipped in Portland for the Seaborg
Cannery at Wedderburn, was reported
at Port Orford yesterday, awaiting
more favorable weather to enter Rogue
The steamship Geo. W. Elder, ar
rived from Eureka at 9 A. M.. having
on board 34 passengers for Coos Bay.
The vessel sailed from Marshfield for
Portland at 3 this afternoon. .
The Adeline Smith, laden with lum
ber for the San Francisco market, sailed
from Marshfield this afternoon at 4
The steamer Speedwell Is due here
Sunday and has been- engaged to
transport the Puget Sound Bridge &
Dredge Company's pontoons, pipe and
other apparatus to the Couuille River.
where the dredge will operate on a new
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. April 22. Maximum tem
perature. 6S.3 degrees; minimum, 37.8 de
grees. River reading S A. it.. 5.S feet;
change in last 24 hours, 0.1 foot rise. To
tal rainfall, 5 P. M. to R P. M., none: to
tal rainfall since September 1, 1914. 2M.85
Inches: normal. 39. U9 Inches; deficiency.
13. '24 inches. Total sunshine, 8 hours 20
minutes; possible, 13 hours 05 minutes. Ba
rometer (reduced to sea. level 5 p M-,
- Weak, low-pressure areas are centrol over
the Great Salt Lake Basin and Northern
Texas, and a large high-pressure area cen
tral off the New England coaBt controls the
weather in the Atlantic States. Shower!) and
thunder storms have occurred at scattered
places In Southern Idaho, Utah, extreme
Southern California and generally through
out the Plains States. - At Corvallis, Or.,
between S :-M P. M and 4:S0 P.M. 0.32 of
an inch of rain fell, and If it had con
tinued to fall at that rate for 24 hours the
amount would have been over 14 inches. It
is cooler in the Plains States and warmer in
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ing. hemstitching, braiding, embroidering.
Eastern Novelty Mi. Co., S5V, Stn at.
Aiail orders promptly attended to.
K. STEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, aide pleat, buttons covered, gooes
sponged, mall orders, BBtf Alder. M. W373.
ASBAYE88 AKD ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 V id." Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
J. SILFORD KELSON, lawyer, removed to
618 Pittock block. Main 7 OWL Consu.ta.Uon
LAWYER: consultation free. Main es
HALL ae FUEDN'fiR, lawyers; consultations
free. 20S-U FUedner bldg. Mar. 3007.
' ' CARPET WEAVERS .
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old csr.
pets, rag rugs. 1S8 E. mu. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS. BAIKiKS.
THE IKWIN-HODseN COMPANY.
387 Washington st. Main 312 and A ltS4.
William. Bstelle and William, Jr.. Deveny.
the only scientific chlrouoduiLs in the city.
Parlora 802 uerlinger bkig., B. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. It.
Hill. Office Flledner bldg. Main 6473.
DR. ETHEL A. BACK Y, painless chiropodist,
500 Panama bldg. Phone Main bOtia.
Dr. Poulson, specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 850 Pittock blk. M. 8414.
DH. M'MAHON, oth year. Chronic caws taa
ing time. 81 treatments, 116. 121 4th at.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DKESS SUITS for rent. We press one suit
each, week for 81.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
SOa Stark St.. bet. 5th and 6th. Main 814.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
426 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 48Q.
Accounts, notes, judgments collected. Adopt
Short Methods." Shorts Adjustment Co..
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone iialn 874.
AUTO AND BIOG1 TOI'S.
DUBRUILLK BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d St.
BAGUAG CIILCtLED AT UOME.
Baggage &. Omnibus Transfer, Park Davis.
Royal Bakery & Conf.. Inc.. 11th and Everetu
BIIKHKKS AND HOITLEBg.
HENRY WE1NHAKD, 13th and Burnsid..
CEMENT, LUIS AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE & CO.. 45 Fourth st.
DRY GOODS AND H RNISHJNtiS
FLEISCHyER. MAYER CO., 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. eth and Pin sts.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshal.
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trad, bldg.
WABBAMS CO.. 6-75 Fourth St.
the Upper Mississippi Valley and Lake Ra
tion. The conditions are favorable for unset
tled and threatening: weather In this dis
trict Friday, with showers- in Eastern Ore
gon and Southern Idaho.
TiTin c io?t o ( State of
g a a Weather
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Des Moines ...
Jacksonville . . .
Kansas City ..
Los Angeles . .
Marshfield . ...
Medf ord ......
Minneapolis . ..
Montreal . . . . .
New Orleans ..
North Head . .
Walla Walla . .
Washington . ..
Winnipeg -v . . .
60 0 .
00 4 SE
03 14 S ,
66:0. 00 SINE IPU cloudy
0o 6 NWlPt. cloudy
00 16 SE"
oft! nl -r w vt plmtil
00 6 W Clear
26 10'W Cloudy
2S 4lW Cloudy
00 S W Cloudy
oo'i: n Pt. cloudy
0412,!NE Pt! cloudy
Portland and vicinity Unsettled and
threatening, probably without rain; westerly
Oregon Unsettled and threatening, with
ahowers east portion; westerly winds.
Washington Fair west, unsettled and
threatening east portion; westerly winds.
Idaho Unsettled and threatening, with
showers south portion.
EDWARD A. BEALS, District Forecaster.
Daily City Statistics.
CORBETT To Mr. and Mrs. Elliott R.
Corbett. 24a West Park street, April 13a.
RAUGH-To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raugh,
202 Wlnchell street,' April 4, a daughter.
O'RELL To Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. O'Rell,
1144 Stephens street. April :s, a daughter.
SHAW To Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Shaw, 617 East Yamhill street, April i, a
' Marriage Licenses,
SCHULZE - GARBS Herman Schulze,
legal. 831 Gantenbein avenue, and Anna
Garb'e. legal. 31 Fremont street.
LOSLI-HICKOK Walter Jack Losll. 23.
180 Porter street, and Enls R. Hlckok, 22,
344 East Fifty-fourth street.
CALLEY-KAMBUROPULOS George N.
S Calley, 30, St. Johns, Or., and Anna
Kamburopulos. 20. 973 Yale street.
JAVERLlAT-EilLINGER Louis Javer
liat. legal. 42i Sacramento street, and
Claire N. Ehllnger, legal, 350 Union avenue
CLARK-OUS Allen T. Clark, legal,
Monmouth, Or., and Pauline Olin. legal, 412
WALSH - KUPER Edward P. Walsh,
legal. Colllnge Hotel. - and Thecla Rose
Knnfr. le?al, East Main street.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED To borrow J1200; good security;
6 monthB; will pay good interest. BF 72,
ROOM and hoard. 332 10th St. Main 6979,
A 28ft.-,. r
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
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NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Mala 17tfd
No collection, no charge. Established ltfOO.
HEATH S SCHOOL Lessons daily: classes
Tuea.. Friday evenings. H to 10. 109 2d su. !
bet. Washington and Stark. Lessons 25c,
MISS IRELAND Sill Alisky bldg., $5 for
course in ballroom dancing. Lessons auar
anteed. Fox trot, ai-hottische. waits.
JJKTkX TIYK AtiLXCXEa.
P1NKERION & CO. U.S.DETECTIVE AGCY.
Established over ;jo years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK,
Investigations and reports made on lndl
'lduals anywhere. Cunsultatlon free. Of
fices 412-13 Lumbreraens Bank bldg.
Phone Main 7741.
DRY "GOODS, NOTIONS. FCBNISHINGS.
L DINKEL8PIEL CO, Portland salesrooms.
Sherlock bldg., 3d, cor. Oak, room Hit.
MATHEMATICS. PHYSICS. ENGINEER
1NG, private instruction by a practicing
engineer with excellent teaching experi
ence. X 701, Oregonlan.
EYE, EAR, NOsE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 517 Dekum bldg., 3d at Wn.
MOTORS, generators nought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repairing
and rewinding; ail work guaranteed. H.
M. H. Electric Co.. 81 1st su N. Phone
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 8d and Haw-
thorne. General machine and loundry work
HATS. CLEANING AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked & bleached 75c; straws
& felts 50c. Kaufman's, bs 3d st. nr. Stark.
HASTY MESSENUEM CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2153.
MODEL AND DYE WORKS.
SPECIALTY machine work, designing, model
making, repairing; correspondence sollc
lted. Armstrong M fg. Co.. 42d st. Main 67a.
Emit Thielhorn. violin teacher; pupil Sevclk.
207 Flledner bldg A 4160. Marshall 162V.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, nerv
ous, chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
DR. R. B. NORTH RUP, 38 Morgan bldg.
cor. Broadway and Washington st. Office
phone. Main 849; residence. East 1023.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HAT9 AND CAPS.
THANHAUSKH HAT CO.. 6-o5 Front.
HIDES, WOOL, CASCABA BARK.
KAHN BROS., 1D1 Front st.
McNEFF BROS.. 614 WORCESTER BLDG.
Main 8S81. Phones. .4. 1178.
PACIFIC I ROM WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CUAS. L. MASTICK & CO., 74 Front: luattiei
of every description; taps, mtg. findings
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg Co.. S3 Fifth st
RHArrPTTAW PROS. Morrison and 7th sts
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will be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual,
and all ads received too late fur proper
classification will be run under the heading
"Too Late to Classify."
Telephone Main 7070. A 6095.
Brdway at Taylor
Main 1 and A 1123
TONIGHT 8:15 TOMORROW NIGHT.
lrTclaln Mat. Tomorrow, 2:15
Lower Floor, 50c; Balcony. 23c
ROCK and FULTON
In the Musical Comedy Hit.
"The Candy Shop"
MUSIC. Fl"N. LAUOHTER
Evenings, Floor, Sl.SO, S1.0O.
Balcony, gl, 73c, COc. Gallery. 50c.
7 b&tJIino NEXT SUN.
BARGAIN PRICE MAT. WEDNESDAY.
SPECIAL PRICE MAT. SATURDAY
HENRY W. SAVAGE
tier Pilgrimage In Quest of Love
Evenings Floor, 11 rows $3, 7 at $1 50
Balcony 1, 7.Sc. .0c. "iallerv Mc. Wed.
Mar- $1 to 25c. Sat. Mat. SI. 50 to 50c.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
MAIL ORDERS NOW.
Mai ii 2, A
Geo. L. Httiter, Mtrr.
Greatest bit ever known In Portland. The
Italian Grand Opera Company (Mario Lam
bardl. Impresario). Tonight. "Lucia." Sat.
Mat., 'M'avalleria Rustl-rana" and "Pagli
ecl. Sat. evening, Fauet. Sun mat.,
"Lucia. fcun. eve.. "Cavalleria Rustloana
and I Faa-Hacci. Price. 20c to XL Mats.,
2fe, 50c. First time In America at these
us. Taim r !
1LVTIKII PAHTf 230
THE EIGHT ENGLISH FORGET-ME-NOTS
in the Latest London Revue.
6 OTHER BIG-TIME ACTS
Boxes and first row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 4686. A Z2SS.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
APRIL 10, 21. 22, 23, 24, 25.
Games Br Kin Meekdaya at 3 P. M.
Sundays. 2ittO P. M.
Reserved box seats for sale at Riche's
Cigar Stand, 6th and Washington Sts.
Ladtew Unya Wednewday and Krlday.
JOHNSON Anna Mae Johnson, wife of H.
U. Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Mary Shaf
fer and sister of Mrs. William Nagle. of
Greihatn; Eulalle tihaffer, of Castle Kock,
and Pearl tjcxton, of Portland. Funeral
services at W. H. Hamilton's funeral
chapel, East 80th and GMsan sta., fcatur
day. April 24. 1 P. M. Interment Mult
BOON The funersl of the late Prosper
Boon will be held from, the family resi
dence, 630 Northrup street, at 8:45 A. M
today (Friday), thence to the Cathedral,
lr.th and Davis streets, where services
will be held at 9 A. M. Friends Invited.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
LAMBARPI In this city. April 22, Msrlo
Lambardl. aged 6S years. The funeral
aervices will be held today (Fridsy). at 4
o'clock P. M.t t the residence establish
ment of J. P. Flnley & Hon, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friends invited. Interment at
NORG iRD The funeral servirf of -the lute
Jarg?n Norgard will be held today (Fri
day) at 1 o clock P. M., at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley fr Son, Mont
gomery at FIft h. Frinnds invited. Inter
ment at Greenwood cemetery.
WHITNEY The funeral services of the late
Marlon R. Whitney wlil be held today
( Friday) at 2:30 o'clock P M. at the resi
dence sta blishment of J. P. Fin ley A
Son, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends Invited.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on hi a prices.
Why pay to Sll for
glasses when I can fit
your eyes with flrst-aual-
Ity lenses, gold-filled frames as low as Sl.ao?
Goodman, 2u8 Morrison, near brldsu. Mail
orders promptly tilled. Write for particulars.
It. c. WRIGHT it years' practice. U. 8.
and foreign patents, ttol DtKum bldg. "
SsTKlN'S LOAN OFKICJS.
2(1 NOHXU OtU ST.
fOKTLANU WUOU PIPE CO. Factory nd
office near 24th and York t. Mam 3-4 W.
RIBBLK bf AM VH, bluAUi, BttAaa blUNS.
PACIFIC C'UAtsT STAMP W'UKKb.
31 ttsti. st. Phutie Main 7)0 and A '710.
blOKAOE AU TKANM-tn.
C O. PICK. Transler 4t a torn Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick, warehouse,
separate iron room aud f ireproaf vaults
for aiuablea. IS. W. cor. lid and Pins sts.
1-iauos aud furniture moved and packed
for shipment, bpeclal rates maus oa
goods la our through cars to all domestic
and foreign porta. Mam 6 16, A lwso.
OUON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New iireproot warenuue with aeparats
rooms. We move snd pack. uisenoia
guous and pianos and sti ip at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams tut moving,
forwarding and distributing agents. Fi-e
tra2Hage. OLfice and warenousu. ldta and
Hoy i bis. Main 54 7, A 224J.
PACKING, BUli-Pl-NO. BTORAGK,
IT PAWS TO 4J1ST THE BEST.
Reduced freight rates to alt parts.
JJA.NM.NG WAKKHOLSE A TRANSFER
COM PAN Y.
Main 70S. 9th and Hot. A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllnan St..
cor. 13th. Telephone Main tf or A llttit.
We own and operate two large class "A"
ware-houses on terminal tracks. Loweat
Insurance rates In city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WARF.HOl'SE
Office, 16W Madison. General inerchanalse
and forwarding agents, phone Main Tal.
S. K. YKTERINARY COLLK'iB begins Sept.
1, No profession offers equal opportuni
ty. Catalogue iree. C. Keana, pres. laid
Market St., fcan Francisco.
tiKEEN and dry slabwood, blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co.. Main 0720, A 38 y 9.
ORNAMENTAL IKON AND W1HK.
Portland Wire A iron V k., 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND Lt'BUlCATINO OIL8.
W. P. FLLLKit A CO.. Id and Taior sts.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMU.-KN A CO.. 2d and Taylor sts.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KL1NL, bA-bu Front ml.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SLPPLlEti.
M. L. KLINE, 84 -ft 3 Front st.
PRINTERS AND PIBLlSHEKH.
F. W. BALTKti A CO., 1st and Oak sts.
PKOUICE COMMllON MERCHANTS.
EVbiKDlNG A FAKitKLL. J4U Front st.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DUOKS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER Ac Cu, lth and Lavls.
MORGAN WALL HAPKR CO., 20 2d st.
GIjEESON April 21. at 410 Ross st., John
Gleeion. aged 82 years, beloved hu-vbund of
Mrs. Margaret Gleeson, father of Martin,
John J., Elizabeth, Michael, William C ,
Frank T., Helen M.. Margaret T. and Mrs.
Martha Gilbert. The funeral wil leave the
above residence today (Friday). April H3.
at 8:30 A. M., thence to the Church of the
Holy Rosary, East 3d and Clackamas
sts., where services will be held at v
o'clock. Interment Mt. Calvary Ceme'.ery.
Friends are Invited. Kind ly omit flow era.
Mitchell, fc. D., papers please copy.
STANBUR ROUGH At the family residence,
544 East Thirty-seventh .street, Wednes
day, April ai. Edward Hurd Stanbur
rough, age fl years & months, beloved
father of Mrs. Frederick C. Forbe and
Mrs. May S. Montgomery, of Portland, and
Charles A. StanburrouKh, of Bend, Or.
Funeral services will be held at the above
residence Friday, April 23, at 10 A. M.
Friends invited. Services at grave private
Remains at H. L. Lerch Undertaking Co. I
East Eleventh and Clay.
MULVIH ILL In this city, April 23 at the
home of her daughter. Mrs. J. J Carlin,
303 Tillamook st , Mrs. Julia MutvihUI,
age 73 years 3 months 29 days. Funeral
will leave R. T. Byrni' parlors, Williams
ave. and Knott st tuv.ay (Friday), April
23, at 8:45 A. M. thence to St. Mary's
Church. William ave. and Stanton, where
services will be held at 9 A. M. Inter
ment Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends in
vited. ANDERSEN- April 20, Andreas Andersen,
aged tiu year, teloved husband of Mrs.
Mariana Andersen, father of Alfred, Einll
and Minnie Ainlersen. brother of Andrew,
-).-othy, Ole and P. J. Andersen and Mrs.
Elizabeth Lindberg. Remains will be
taken to Woodburn. Dr.. on the S::tu A. M.
Southern pacific train Friday morning.
April Remains at A, It, Zeller's par
lors, Williams ave.
COX In this city, April 21, Wesley S. Cox,
aged 74 years 7 months and 16 days, be
loved husband of Luclnda and father of
A. Ll, of Nebraska City. Neb. ; Perry O.
Cox, of California, and Daisy B. Christln
sen, of Portland. Friends invited to at
tend the funeral services to be held at
Hoi man's parlors at 2 P. M. today (Fri
day). Interment G. A. R. plot. Greenwood
lb. oBijr raaxieou. underiaainc estsbllsh
D.al In Fori, and wltn privat. clrlvsaay.
lata . JL let.
J. P. FINLJBT BOX,
Monta'oin.rjr at Fifth.
ICR EDWARD HOLM AN. th. leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, corner
fcalmon. lady assistant. A lull. Mala .
F. S. DUNNING, ISC.
Kast Side Funeral Directors, 1 East Al
der street. Kast 62. U H.2&.
A. K. ZliUliH CO., 62 WILLIAMS AVK.
East lOfcg, C loo. Lady attendant, limy
and ni abt service.
DUNNI.NO M'E-NTEE, funeral directors,
Broadway and Fine. Jr'bou. Maia A ..
Lady attendant. t
BKiZ ec Si-. GOK. Sunnyslde Parlors;
auto lituMi 1026 Beiiuont st, labor lij8. a
R. X. BYRNES. Williams ave. and Jrlnotr.
East llli. C 1843. Lady attendant.
P. L. LEKCH, Kast 11 in aud Clay .treeta.
Lady assistant. Last 71.
bK.iiVVh.c UNliEKTAKING COMPANY. Id
and Clay Main A 232L Lady attendant.
Autos for funerals aud weddings, i'unerai
Servic. Co. Wood lawn 262. C lis.
USli: a cement waterproof vault; keeps tbe
body dry forever. Ask your undertaker.
PORTLAND Marble Works. Xott ln St..
oppo.lte City Kail. bullde:s of memorial.
MARTIN & FOKbliii Co.. florists, S47 Wash
ington. Main -tii. A 1-GM. Flowers for a.,
occasions artistically arranged.
CLABK.K BROS., designers and dooorators.
fresh flowers, great variety. Morrison,
'between 4th and 0th. Main or A 13U0.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL bHOi 2d andAlder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7U10. A ilil. Bclilna
A. C. F. BURKHARDI, 120 N 2:id. Funeral
designs and cut flowers. Main lliotf. A Tail.
BL'NNYSIDB Greenhouse. Krenh flowers.
Phone B 1S22. E. 32d and Taylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
7 tiKAM) AVE, K.
Betnrrn Da. la and l-Jvcrpt.
Phones t)aat 1432, H jr.13. Uea Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring a pet may communicate with ua.
STACK Nar San Francisco. cl., April 21
Richard K. Stack, anvl US year.. D.ceased
is sorrowed by a mother. Mrs. Stack Har
vey, member Pythian testers. Knights of
Pythias, and Reijeccas, Independent Order
of Oddfellows, and on. sister. Lliy btsrk.
b.th of Portland; also two brothers, will
and Arthur Stack, of Spokane. Nolle, of
SMITH In this city. April 22. Bertha C
Smith, aied 33 years, wife of Deaurord
n. Smith, of e4l'7 Fifty-second avenue
Southeast. The remains sre at the resi
dence establishment 0f J. p. Finley A bon
Monts-omery at Fifth.
artTlO.M BALKS TODAT.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc. Sal. at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
furniture, ise-g First at.
AT. KADEK TlCMPI.E. A.
A. O. N. M. S. Stated ses
sion Saturday. April 24. at
M P. M Mannnln Temple.
Weat Park and Yamhill sta.
Concert by the band at
7:ao. Visiting nobles cordial
ly Invited. By order of th.
HUGH J. BOTH,
Members of George Wright
Post. Ci, A. R.. Ir. requested to
attend the funeral of Comrade
Wealey S. Cox. late member of
Company r, llltli Ohio Infan
try. Funeral from Ilolman's par
lors at : P. M. today (Friday).
By order of commander,
B. C. feHOKNO.
, PORTLAND AERIE. NO.
Tj 4. F. O. E.. meet, every Frl
t.Jy 5y evening In their hall at
I4 H Madison St.. corner of
uiiru. t iiuors welcome.
VIC CHAPMAN. Sec
bp:iAi.v.Mji- LDOH, no.
A . '. AND A. M. Sta tea com
ni un lea t Ion t h i (Friday ) vn -in.
7 o'clock, 8fllv.ood Ma-
ponic Thtrtffiii h and Ppf-
kan a vnun. t inc LretWrTis
always welcome. By or1r of W. M
J, If. JL'TLKU, frTcar.
SL'NN VSIUE I-ODO K. U. IX,
A. F. AND A. M.- -SttM com
munication toniKht Friday ,
Knut :uth and Yamhill. Work.
ViMrora welcome Hy order of
the W. M.
K M. LAXCE, Secretary.
A1.BEKT IMKB LODC.E. IT. I'..
A. F. ANU A. M. Spclal com
munication tonlpht iKrldsyi at
7::i0 o'clock. M. M. degree. Vis
itors welcome. Hy order of
V. M. E. H. 1VIE. Secretary.
PORTLAND LODGE, HO. ti,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication 7:30 this evening.
Work in E. A. degree. Visitors
welcome. Order V. M.
C M. STEADMAN', Sec.
HASSALO LODGE. No. IS. I. O. O. K., will
meet this (Friday) evening at 7::io o'clock,
in Oddfellows Temple. Jrt Alder street.
Work in the first degree. Vlnltors sre cor
dially welcomed. F. COZENS.
J. r. COXON, N. OS. Hec. eec.
wi:nFOOT cam p. no. .-, woodmen
OF THE WORLD, meets everv Friday night
at W. o. W. Temtde. lis 11th street. All
members welcome. Kum to Kamp Friday
night. A. L. BARHl'H. Clerk.
GEO. ROSSMAN, Consul Commander.
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 17: O.
E. S. Regular meeting this Fri
day) evenlnu. In Masonic Temp.o. at
b o'clock lioKrees. Hy order W. M.
JENNIE H. UAULOWA V, Sec.
GORDON GRANGER COUPS Officers
and members are requested to 'attend the
funeral ot our late member, Mrs. S.ruy.er.
Time to be announced later.
EXTRA Emblem leaelery of all kinds; spe
cial designs made. Jaeger Bros., Jewelers.
Why shouldn't they, when you can
buy a well-built five-room buniralow
like this on a full-size lot 50-ttiiu feet
ir LAUKKLHiritMT, the addition of
beautiful homes, for 500 $2io cash,
balance $3a per month, everything In
cluded? THEKE'S NO KXCltiK r'OR
We have tome of these lovely
little homes nearly completed
and will finish them to suit you.
Shake off the shackles you
have been wearing so long and
come out TODAY and look at
PAIL f. ML'RPHY,
Salea Atest, Mala Office 270',, stark Bt
Mala 1.VI3. A 1515.
rra-t Offlee la Lsnrrlsarsf at Kast
Talrty-alatla a ad t.llaaa streets,
Open' Kverv Par.
- Big Sacrifice
I live In 1'etrott. Mi h. I muxt Imme
diately dlxporte of 2u(l feet of Kant
Kour lota, 50x100 feet each, on North
side of Broadway, between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
Will sell for 11250 cash, each. Includ
ing corners. All improvement paid to
dale, purchaser to assume balance.
The prices are 50 cents on the dollar
of actual value.
V. J. DKM.KIt, OWXKR,
SOL'S Woodward Ave.. Detroit, Mich.
or Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
COl LARGK LOAM OV C1C
O JO bi simos inoi"i:it riKS J O
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217 -2I orhvrrern Bank Uulldlarf.
Marshall 4114, A 41 IS.
ON IMPROVED KtSlNE8 PROTEKTIES
Residence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent, Ac
cording to Location. Plenty of Money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-H Northwestern Rank Rldg;.
0RNOHThWESTtRN BANK Qi'Jl-DIN'
M O RTGAQ E L-VrYl W
Western Bond 8c
OurOwn Monevat'iirrent Rat s.
MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION HONtS.
r'AHM AM CITY IOANC
HQ Fourth hi.. Board ot Trade WAg.
y AUTA tn andti hat w s v ;i K i ,m a