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THE MOTIXTXG OREGON! ATT, TUESDAY, APRIIi 27, 1915.
DEED AND CHECK
TO LOCKS PASSED
Government Takes Title to
Property at Oregon City
and Company Is Paid.
TRANSFER CEREMONY HELD
Representatives of All Parties to
Transaction Are Present Wlien
Papers Change Hands Tolls
on Steamers Abolished.
Final transfer of .tfTe Oregon City
canal and locks from the Portland
Kail way, Light & Power Company to
tlie Government was accomplished yes
terday morning, when deed to the
property was given by the power com
pany and a check for $375,000 was de
livered by the Government.
Somewhat of a ceremony was made
of the final transaction, closing as it
did many months of negotiations. The
deal was staged in the offices of United
States District Attorney Reames in the
Postoffice building, and his assistant,
Everett A. Johnson, represented him
in the transaction.
Major H. C. Jewett. United States
Engineering Corps, handed the Gov
ernment's check to President Franklin
T. Griffith, of the Portland Railway,
Light & Power Company, in, tne Pres-
ence of Mr. Johnson, E. Burleson
Thompson, Assistant United States En
gineer, and Elmer E. Young, represent
ing the United States National Bank,
escrow agent for the Eastern financial
gent of the company.
The final step in the purchase of the
ranal and locks has been awaiting the
arrival of the necessary deeds, prop
erly approved, from the East. They
reached the city Sunday and arrange
ments were at once made for the ear
liest possible transfer of the property.
The check, signed by Colonel C. H.
McKinstry, was indorsed by President
Griffith for the Portland Railway.
Light & Tower Company in favor of
the United States National Bank and
it will be sent to New York City, where
it will be divided among those hold
ing the power company's securities.
CHANGES IX LOCKS PLAXXED
Kngineers Propose to Suspend Oper
ations Till AVall Is Completed.
Plans for changes in the canaj and
locks through which navigation is pos
sible around the Falls of -the Willam
ette at Oregon City are being con
sidered since title to the waterway
actually passed to the War Depart
ment yesterday from the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company. A
scheme" under consideration is for a
suspension of all traffic, so that a big
concrete wall, which will separate the
upper basin from the forebay of cor
porations which derive water power
from above, can be constructed without
To bring that about companies using
water power at the falls are to be con
ferred with to ascertain if they would
be willing to operate their plants by
steam for the time required to erect
the dividing wall above a point that
might be reached by any high water
experienced in the upper river during
the coming season. Consent to the
move, which is regarded as one of
mutual benefit, will pave the way for
an early start. In building the wall
under those conditions all water would
be drained from the upper basin so
the work could be started on the bot
tom under the most favorable circum
stances. Besides less plant being re
quired, it is estimated ..that it would
prove less expensive and could be
completed much sooner than if neces
sary to construct separate cofferdams
for each section.
Floated from the Oregon drydock
after having had a new wheel fitted,
the propeller Georgiana was towed to
Stipple's yard yesterday, where she
completes overhauling in advance of
making a trip with Astoria residents
on the occasion of the opening of the
On reaching here Thursday the Mc
Cormick steamer Multnomah is to dis
charge her San Francisco cargo and
proceed to Puget Sound to load for
the return. The Celilo, of the same
line, sails from the river Friday.
In ballast Captain S. Benson cleared
the steamer Claremont for Aberdeen
yesterday and got away during the
afternoon. The Siskiyou proceeded
from Rainier to Tongue Point to finish
Lumber laden for the West Coast
the schooner Virginia is to be ready to
tow from We6tport to Astoria tomor
row. Towing Barge No. 93 the steamer
A. F. Lucas is looked for in the river
from the south this afternoon.
Arriving from Tillamook Sunday the
steamer Sue H. Elmore spent yester
day working at Pine-street dock and
ails on the return this evening.
Having refilled her bunkers the
Norwegian steamer Christian Bors,
which got away from Portland last
week with a full cargo of Svheat for
Limerick, put to sea from San Fran
Making a slow run of 66 days from
the mouth of the river to Balboa the
Norwegian bark Birtha arrived there
Sunday. She is the only grain carrier
of the sailing fleet from here to tow
through the Panama Canal.
Collector of Customs Burke, on com
plaint of masters of river steamers, has
warned persons fishing at Oregon City
from small boats that they must keep
the channel clear, otherwise severe
tines will be imposed, as navigation
must not be hindered, he says, regard
less f the fact he has been "among
those present" at the scene. Collector
Burke even thinks that means should
be taken to make fishing there as at
tractive as possible, yet he recognizes
the right of navigators first.
Ashland Cemetery Removal Urged.
ASHLAND. Or., April 26. (Special.)
A movement is under way to move
Ashland Cemetery. The city has three
burial places, Hargadlne, Ashland and
Mountain View. The latter is the
largest and farther removed from
town. Ashland Cemetery is located
cloee to one of the school buildings in
nearly the center of the city, sur
rounded by a residence section. Its
removal is urged for sanitary reasons
and because of its proximity to homes
and the schools. The Parent-Teache:
circles advocates no further burials
on the plot and that its gradual re
moval be accomplished in that way.
Dufup Oddfellows Celebrate.
DujvJR, Or.. April 25. (Special.)
The 96th anniversary of the Independ
ent Order of Oddfellows was celebrated
here last night by Ridgely lodge of
Dufur and Tygh lodge of Tygh Valley.
The degree team fi-om Tygh lodge con
ferred the initiatory degree and Ridge
ly lodge other degree work. About 90
were present, representing many dif
ferent lodges from the Atlantic to the
FIRST BOAT THROUGH GOVERNMENT-OWNED WILLAMETTE
v-oc"' ' ' ' -' -
--""temssf )gwi mtfats
STEAMER R. I.AN6 KSfERGISG AFTER. PASSAGE.
LANG USES LOCKS FIRST
CAPTAIN TAKES I ARTY THROUGH
WHE.V TITLE PASSES.
Several Steamres In River Make Trip
In Few Houra After Check la
I'ald in Portland.
OREGON CITY, Or., April 26. (Spe
cial.) After the Oregon City locks
were taken over by the Federal Gov
ernment. this morning, the steamer N.
R. Lang, of the fleet of the Willamette
Navigation Company, was the first boat
to go through the main passage at
11:40 A. M. Captain Gordon commanded
the steamer. Included among those on
board were: Captain Young, port cap
tain of the Willamette Navigation Com
pany: T. W. Sullivan, president of the
Oregon City Commercial Club; M. D.
Latourette, secretary of the Commercial
Club; E. Kenneth Stanton, miir secre
tary of the Crown Willamette Paper
Company, and Harold Swafford, auditor
of the Willamette Navigation Company.
The rest of the party was composed
of office employes of the Crown Wil
lamette milk '
The Lang was in the upper river
when the news was received that the
payment had been made in Portland.
Captain Gordon immediately sent word
to Mr. Sullivan and the Crown Wil
lamette office that he would go through
the locks at once so that he could
claim the honor of being the first to
use the canal under Federal control.
The Oregona, of the fleet of the Ore
gon City Transportation Company, was
the last boat to use the canal under
private ownership and consequently
the last steamer to pay tolls. Cap
tain Raabe ' commands the Oregona,
which was bound from Portland up
the river. After 12 o'clock the Annie
Cummins, the George Burton, the Ruth
and the Grahamona passed through the
John Chambers, who has been re
tained by the Governemnt as lockmas
ter, and his son, George Chambers, who
will act as locktender under the new
ownership, operated the locks for the
Lang this morning. Mr. Chambers, Sr.,
was foreman during the last two years
of the construction of the locks, and
for the 43 years they were controlled
by private interests was in charge of
their operation. He was here when
the first boat passed through the canal,
in January, 1873. .
DIRECTORS OP LIXE NAMED
Bailey Gatzert Makes First Trip
Today Under New Regime.
At midnight steamers and other
property of The Dalles, Portland &
Astoria Navigation Company were ac
tually brought under the management
of D. C. O'Reilly and associates, who
Saturday concluded details for the pur
chase of the corporation and its affairs
from the Spokane, Portland & Seattle
Railroad. The steamer Bailey Gatzert
makes her first trip today under the
new ownership and Harry O Reilly,
manager of the company, leaves with
Steve McDonald, who was superinten
dent under the former management, to
visit agencies along the river, as a dif
ferent auditing system is being Intro
Directors of the company under the
previous regime resigned yesterday and
they were succeeded by D. C. O'Reilly,
H. H. O'Reilly, Erskine Wood and E.
Mathieson, while on the return of R.
J. A. O'Reilly from the Orient early
next month he will succeed Mr. Mathie
son. No changes were -made known
yesterday in the force afloat or ashore
OWNERS ' PAID EOR MARIA
British Court Allows Judgment for
Hull and Machinery of Steamer.
Judgment in the sum of 24.000 has
been rendered by the Commercial Court
at London in favor of the Holland
Gulg Stoomvaart, owner of the Dutch
steamer Maria, against Walter Munro
& Company, who had the vessel under
charter for a period of five years, for
her loss September 21, 1914, when she
was sunk at sea by the German cruiser
Karlsruhe while bound from Portland
to Ireland with a wheat cargo valued
The decision is based principally on
the failure of the charterers to insure
the vessel witn a war-risk policy as
provided for under the terms of the
charter party. The loss of the vessel
was made known October 24. The
owners had asked for 30,500, but in
rendering Judgment the court elim
inated disbursements, taking the stand
that the owner's annual policy covered
hull and machinery, not disbursements
Purser Leaves Bachelors.
Ed Donnelly, purser of the steamer
Nahcotta, -which "Captain" Ed Budd
maintains on the Aotorla-Megler route
& 1 .
I J, . , .vr
for .. the benefit of North Beachers,
caused his superior to gasp for breath
yesterday when he walked into the
headquarters on Ash-street dock and
announced that he had decided to take
unto himself a wife. Miss Agnes Jones
having made a special trip from
Paducah, Kentucky, to join him in wed
lock. The ceremony takes place at
Astoria Thursday morning and a trip
to Puget Sound is planned before Mr.
Donnelly returns to the Nahcotta,
aboard which he has labored for six
News l'roni Oregon Ports.
'COOS BAY, Or.. April 26. (Special.)
The steam suhooner Yellowstone
sailed late last night for San Francisco
with lumber, from the North Bend
The steamship Geo. W. Elder arrived
from Portland this morning with
freight and passengers at 6:40, and
sailed for Eureka from the Smith
terminal dock at 5 this afternoon.
Bringing a heavy shipment of freight
and many passengers, the steamer
Nann Smith arrived from San Fran
cisco this afternoon at 2:40.
The Coos Bay Lumber Company car
rier Adeline Smith arrived from San
Francisco at 11 o'clock.
Captain B. W. Olson, who "had been
on leave of absence for three weeks.
will relieve Captain Charles Erickson
on the Adeline Smith on her trip south
The steamer Speedwell arrived last
night from San Francisco - and before
loading will transport the dredge Seat
tle's pipes, pontoons and other ap
paratus to Bandon.
ASTORIA, Or.. April 26. (Special.)
After 24 years service in the customs
department, Frank L. Parker retired
today from the position of deputy col
lector in charge at the local office.
He was succeeded by A. Y. Anderson,
who has been advanced from the posi
tion of deputy collector and inspector
to that of deputy collector in charge.
Another change which took place to
day was the promotion of Inspector N.
J. Judah to the position of deputy col
lector and inspector. These changes
reduce the local force by one man and
effect an annual saving of approxi
mately $1500. It is expected, however.
mat Deiore many months the number
of inspectors will be increased to
The steam schooner Daisy Gadsbv
shifted this evening from Knappton to
frescott and will finish loading at
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, April 26. Maximum temper,
ature, ttS.8 degrees; minimum, 47.2 degrees.
River reading. 8 A. M., .S feet; change in
last 24 hours, 0.2 foot rise. Total rainfall
(5 P. M. to 5 P. M. ), none: total rainfall
vince September 1. 11)14, 25. Kl Inches: normal
rainfall since September 1, 30.46 Inches; de
ficiency of rainfall since September 1, 1914,
13.M inches Total sunshine. 14 hours 7
minutes; possible Bunshine, 14 hours 7 min
utes. Barometer (.reduced to sea level) 5
P. M., 20.90 inches.
Des" Moines. . . .
Kansas city. . . .
Los Angeles . .
Minneapolis . . .
North Head . . .
Sacramento . . .
Washington . . .
7 a o
00, 6,NVjPt. cloudy
ooi 6iV iciear
oo(loSW Pt. cloudy
oo aOSVV Pt. cloudy
00;. . Clear
20; NE Pt. cloudy
SO;12 SE jCloudy
00 12V clear
00. SE Clear
14,14 S Clear
Itt: e sw Cloudy
.0O ttNWIPt. cloudy
oh, bsb ft. cloudy
. 00-120 1 W Pt. cloudy
.OOi SSE IClear
.02 24ISW iPu cloudy
lllt-4 L. I 1 ..
OOi 8 N W
Kill li SE
.00 6 W
.OO 10 NW
0O 12 S
26l 8 W
.00.12' W .
OOI 6 N
A disturbance of moderate e-nergy Is cen
tral over the Canadian Northwest and th
barometer is relatively high over the East
Gulf States and also off the. North Pacific
Coast. Light to moderately heavy rains have
fallen in Colorado, Oklahoma!- the Upper
Mississippi Valley and in portions of Cali
fornia, the Middle Atlantic and New England
States. It is warmer in Northern Califor
nia. Southeri Oregon, Eastern Colorado,
western ivansas, uKianoma and isortnern
Texas. The temperatures have fallen In the
Upper Mississippi Valley.
The conditions are favorable for fair
weather in this district Tuesday.
Portland and vicinity Fair; westerly
Oregon and Washington Fair; westerly
MASTER TAKES BLAME
CAPTAIX JOHXSO OF RANDOLPH
LAUDS WORK OF COAST GUARDS.
Wreck ' at Bandon Explained, bnt
FoHltion in Hull of Vessel In
Puzzle After Being In Water.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. April 26. (Spe
cial.) Captain Charles Anderson in an
Interview takes all the blame ror
wrecking the gasoline schooner Ran
dolph, but reserved the right to say the
same might happen to anyone under
the circumstances. He gives high
praise to Captain Johnson of the Coast
guard service, for his prompt work in
going to the aid of himself and Engi
Captain Anderson's story is short and
has no equivocation. He said the Ran
dolph approached the bar and when a
large wave broke in front of her he
slowed down, and was struck almost
immediately by another comber, when
he lost control of his craft and the fol
lowing wave overturned her. Captain
Anderson and Engineer Colvin were led
to their homes by friends, being groggy
from oil fumes.
A singular liart of Captain Ander
son's story is that he does not remem
ber how he happened to be in the hull
of the Randolph when she was beached.
as he says he was in the- sea at one
time and was struggling to save him
Portland Firm Disposes of Old Car
rier lliat Was smart saner.
Last of the ships of the Thllnkett
Packing Company, of this city, the
targe General Fairchild, once classed
as among the fleetest of American clip
pers, has been sold to James Griffiths
& Sons, of Seattle. It is understood
that she will be used in the Alaska
The Fairchild wa launched at Free
port, Me., and with many others of the
East Coast sailing fleet she was sailed
in the tea trade between New York and
China, and later, like many more which
had been driven from the Atlantic
Oriental route by the advance of mari
time progress that paved the way for
steamers, she was brought to the Pa
cific Coast and Joined the lumber fleet.
The Thlinkett Packing Company bought
the Fairchild two years ago and she ran
between Puget Sound and Chilcoot can
nery, in Alaska, and since her with
drawal almost a year ago she has been
out of commission at Eagle Harbor.
The vessel is 1307 tons net register,
with a length of 203.4 feet, beam of 38.8
feet and depth of hold of 24.3 feet.
bt'E TO ARRIVE.
Name. From . . Date.
Rose City. . Los Angeles. In port
Vucatan San Dlejro ...In port
Bear Los Angeles. ...... .April 2 i
Breakwater Coos Bay .....April 27
Northern Pacific. San Francisco. .... .April 28
Geo. W. Elder. ...eureka April yo
Roanoke han Ulego. May i
Beaver Los Angeles May 2
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For Date.
Rose City Los Angeles April 21
Harvard ...,S. F. toL. A April 28
Yucatan San iego .April 2S
Northern Pacific. San Francisco April 2U
Vosemlte San Iiego. ....... .April wO
Oelflo iaii Diexo ....April 'i)
Tamalpais ..San Francisco April 3v
Hraakwater Coos Ihv .April .tu
Vale i5. F. to L. A April 30
Multnomah San Diego ....May 1
San Ramon ......San Francisco ..... .May 1
Geo W. Elder Eureka May 2
Hear. .... .... Los Angeles ....... .May 2
Santa Barbara. .. San Francisco. ...May &
Roanoke. ....... .San Diego ....May 5
Beaver ..Los Angeles May 7
Northland ..Los Angeles May 8
wtllamptta ... San Dieeo. ....... .May fc
Klajnath San Diego May lo
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Name From Date.
American New York May 8
Santa Cecelia. . . . New York .May 5
Santa Crux New York. ....... .May &
lowan .......... .New York. ........May
Minnesota!. New York May IB
Santa Catalina. . . New York .May 23
Pennsylvania. ... New York. ....... .May .25
Ohioan New York May 26
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For - Date.
American JJew York May B
Santa Cecelia. ... New York .May 0
lowan New York ....May
Santa Cruz Jsew York ....May 9
Minnesotan New York .. .May li
Pennsylvanlan. . .New York May 27
Ohioan New York May 20
Santa Catalina... New York May 29
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All positlonB reported at 8 1. M., April
26, unless otherwise denignated.)
Asuncion. Richmond for Portland, 27 miles
south of the Columbia River.
Breakwater, Coos Bay for Portland, 13
miles north of Yauulna Head.
Bear San Francisco for Portland, 103 miles
south of Columbia River. u.
Georgian, Tacoma for Honolulu, .,59. miles
southwest or cape r iurj i o .
A n II K ,
Daniara, San Francisco for New York, 753
i c- a ...11 V7.
miles soutn or ou j-cum,
Pennsylvania. Balboa for San Francisco,
.! 4 miia omitH cif San Franplsho.
Barge 91. Ventura for Rlchmoid, .268
miles rrom rucnmomi.
Cuzzed. San Pedro for West Coast ports,
nnn milaa attiirb of San Pedro.
Queen Pan Pedro for San Francisco, eight
miles north of Point Conception.
Roanoke. San Pedro for San Diego, six
miles southeast of San Pedro.
Matsonia. San Francisco for Honolulu, lobl
mil.. it Aiiril
Manchuria, orient tor ?an rT-aiicinto, -ja
miles west of Honolulu. April 25.
Korea. San Francisco for Orient, 2SL4
miles out. April 25.
Hllonian. Seattle for Honolulu, 2236 miles
trfitm K-lnttnrv Anril 25.
Chanslor. Monterey for Honolulu, llob
miles from Monterey. April -J.l.
Northland. San Francisco for San Pedro,
55 miles soutn or san francisco.
Governor. San Francisco for San Pedro,
13 miles south of Pigeon Point.
Willamette. San Francisco for San Diego,
mile smith nf San Francisco.
Beaver San Francisco for San Pedro, 35
miles south of Point Sur.
Herrln, Monterey for Llnnton, 82 miles
north or Monterey.
Topeka. San Francisco for Eureka, 12 miles
Kniith nf Point Arena.
Kllburn. Eureka for San Francisco, seven
miles north of Arena.
Porter, Monterey for Everett, 11 miles
north of San Francisco.
Buena Ventura. New York for Vancouver,
72 miles south or san rrancisco.
China, Orient for San Francisco, 50 mil
Hyades, Honolulu for San Francisco. 819
Wilhelmlna, Honolulu for San Francisco,
H7t TnllR nut.
President. San Francisco for Seattle, off
Apple Tree Point.
Drake. San Francisco for Seattle, 330 miles
from San Francisco.
Carlos, Seattle for San Francisco, off Cone
Celilo. San Francisco for Portland, eight
ml!o north of Cape Mendocino.
Lucas, towing targe 9". Richmond for
Seattle. 3.". miles north of Blanco.
El Segundo. Rlcrimond for Seattle, 244
mile" north or rrancisco.
ANTI-KAMNIA TABLETS STOP
Dr. E. C. Underwood says that there is no
expression of neuralgia which la more dis
tressing; than that known as Be la t lea. The
cause ot this condition Is usually exposure
to oold and dampness. One of the most
common causes Is rheumatism indeed this
Is so often the cause that some writers in
clude-sciatlca among the varieties of rheu
The treatment include remedies to
counteract the cause of the disease, as well
as measures looking to the relief ot pain.
Whatever treatment may be employed, two
thlners must be borne In mind the patient
J must be kept as free from pain as possible
auu ii o .cpv OS iuiciu OD yuEsiuio. V. J
two Antl-Kamnla Tablets should be given
every two or three hours, and the patient
must be warned against going oat In Incle
Anti-Kamnla Tablets may be obtained at
all druggists in any quantity, lOo worth, ox
more. Ask for A-K. Tablets.
In Headaches, Neuralgias, and ail Pains
they give prompt reUeL -
ABSTRACT OF TITLK.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title &. Trust Co.. 7 Ch. or com.
ACCORDION, knife and box pleating, picot-
ing, hemstitching, braiding, emoroiuenng.
Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., bta 5th St.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
K. STEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping.
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, gooab
sponged, mail orders. 383 Alder. M 9373.
ASSAVKKS AND ANALYST!.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 is 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bougnt.
J. SILKOKD NELSON, lawyer, removed to
oia ritioca bioc. Aiatn consultation
LAWYER; consultation free. Main 4Ul3. US
HALL, & FLIEU.NEK, lawyers; consultations
tree. 208-9 Ileuner bldg. Mar. aoo.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car-
pets. rag rugs. 18a E. 8tu. noth pnonca.
CELLULOID BUTTONS. BAULKS.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
3S7 Washington st. Main S12 and A 1254.
William. Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
ine only scientixic cniropouists in tne city.
Parlors 30 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d add Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
"in. otiice jMieaner bldg. Main 4a.
DR. ETHEL A- SACRY. painless chiropodist.
outi 1 a n a ma bldg. 1 n oil e Mam IH'OI.
EASTERN grad. "Chiropodist, manicurist. 204
rtiacieay oiag. juarsnau aou.
Dr. Poulson, specialist In paralysis, nervous.
curonic uiseases. oou flttoclt OIK. an. Hli.
DR. M' MA HON, 6th year. Chronic cases tak-
ing time. SI treatments, 15. 121 4th ,t.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent. We press one suit
cacn wees: tor ai.ou per raontn.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
809 Stark St., bet. 5th and th. Main 514.
CLAIMS oX any description collected on per
centage anywnere-. iiignest cias reier
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
426 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 480.
Account, notes, judgments cHected. "Adopt
c-nort jaetnoas. btiort Adjustment Co..
826 N. W. Bank bldg. phone Main 974.
AI TO An KirOGV TOPS.
DL'BRUiLLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d St.
BAGGAGE f HCr kKII AT HOME.
Baggage &. Omnibus Transfer. Park Ac Davla
Royal Bakery oc Conf.. Inc., 11th and Everett.
RRKWKKS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARD, 13th and JBurnslde.
CEMENT. LLMK AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE sc CO., 45 Fourth St.
DRY GOODS AND IT KN1SH1NGS
FLEISCHNER, MAYER Ac CO.. 20T Ash t.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. 6th and Pine sts.
Albera Bros. Milling Co.. Front & Marshall.
H. M. HOUSEK, Hoard of Trade Bldg.
WADTTAMB CO.. 6S'-7r Fourth St.
Elder. Coos Bay for Eureka, five miles
south of Coos Bay.
Coronado. Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
17 miles north of Cape Blanco.
, Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. April 26. Arrived Steamer
Vucatan, from San Diego, via way ports.
Sailed Steamers Claremont, for Grays Har
bor; Honolulan, for New York, via way
porta; Siskiyou, for San Pedro, via Knapp
Francisco. April 26. Arrived at 5
steamers Johan Poulsen, from Port
Willamette, from Portland, for San
Arrived at 7 A. M. and sailed at 2
steamer Northland, from Portland,
la nd ;
for San Pedro. Sailed at It A. M.. steamer
Beaver, from Portland, for San Pedro. Ar
rived at 2 1'. M.. steamer Northern Pacific,
from Flavel. April 2.1. Sailed at noon,
steamer Bear, for Portland: Norwegian
steamer Christian Bora, from Portland, for
Limerick. Sailed at lO Jr. M.. steamer
Cclilo. for Portland.
Coos Bav. A Dril 26. Arrived at 7 A. M..
steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Portland, for
Eureka. Sailed at lo A. il.. steamer
Breakwater, for Portland.
Aberdeen, April 26. Arrived, steamer
Daisy Freeman, from Portland
Balboa. Anril 25. Arrived. Norwegian
bark Birtha, from Portland, for Queens-
Barry. Abrll Arrived, critisn nam
Crown of India, from Portland, for Queens-
AKinrlA Anril 2.1. Arrived at Knappton
at 4 P. M.. steamer Daisy Gadsby, from San
Charleston. April 26 Arrived, steamer
Montanan. from Seattle.
Seattle, Wash.. April 26. Arrived
Steamers President, from San Diego; Ad
miral Farragut, f rorn San Francisco.
San Francisco. A Dril at. Arrived steam
ers Johan Paulson, from Columbia River;
Nort'.iland and Willamette, from Astoria;
Northern Pacific, from Astoria; Grays Har
bor, from Wlllapa.
Liverpool. April -TV Arrived, steamer
Antiochus. from Seattle.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
11:17 A. M 7.r, ft.'3:2l P. M 0.7 ft.
11:20 P. M .9 2 ft. V.:16 P. M 1.7 fL
Coiumliia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, April 26. Condition ot
the bar at 6 P.M. Sea smooth; wind
northwest, 24 miles.
Munitions, Aircraft Off to Russia.
SEATTLE. Wash., April 26. The
Japanese steamer Kageshima Maru
sailed for Vladivostok tonight witn au
tomobile trucks, aeroplanes and high
explosives for the Russian army and
bales of cotton for Russian mills.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
BURNS-HAN SEN L. Lee Burns. legal,
517 Sumner street, and Blossom Hansen, le
gal, 1J4 East Sixteenth street.
JOHNSON-DJfciAJttJLKjnr r- BBnjsiniH i : o.i -
rison Johnson. 24, Gresham. Or., and Elva
A. Deardorff. 20, Gresham, Or.
HUTCH IN SON-CORSE Y Joseph William
Hutchinson, lecal, corvallls. or., and pearl
Corsev. legal. Seward Hotel.
STEELE-KLEIN Gordon O. Steele. 24.
S93 East Madison street, and Elsa Klein,
i'O. 3st Ross street.
OH LUND-FLO RAN John Ohlund, 2G, 696
Water street, and Anna Fioran, 21. 63
H AYTE A S-GAGEN George Hayteas. le
gal, St. Johns, Or., and Mary Gagen, legal,
St. ' Johns, Or.
KtTHN To Mr. and Mrs. Walter L
Kitchen, sua East Twenty-llfth street South
east. April in., a daughter.
MINAR To Mi', and Mrs. Ea L. Minar,
52 Fas- Stephens street, April 17, a son.
WEBER To Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel J.
Web-. 049 Union avenue North, March 10,
PRYOR To Mr. and Mrs. Jjhn A. Pryor,
Lents. Or.. April 2.1. a daughter.
n.uu. .i r T . "r nrt Mrs William E.
Harbold, 80 Idaho street. April 12. a daugh-
CH wES To Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hayes
Vancouver. .AaJh.. April 2... a sou.
HALL To Mr. and Mrs. E. L Hall,
Canvon Citv. Or.. April 23. a son.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
BRIGHT capable boy. attending Lincoln
High, 'wants work for room and board.
Jordan. A 2797.
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Tanilv and Sun clay.
. ikraa sI.Mw-1 t V4f tlUOeS. ....... iOC
wunlB .j nix or seven coumuu v time. .6ie
Tbe above rmte. apply to iaerueiDeDi.
nnder "New Totiay" and all other claaific-
liuni except tbe followmr:
bitoationa Vnted -Male-
situations anted rcnuU
For Rent. Rooms Private ram 11 Irs.
Board and Room. Private Families.
lloutoelteepina- Room. Private Families.
Kate on tbe above classifications is 1 cei
On "chaxse" advertinementa charge will be
baked oo tlie number of lines appearing in
tbe paper, regardless of tbe number of words
in pacta line. Minimum chare e, two lines.
Tbe Oregonian will accept classified ad
vertisements over I be telephone, provided
the advertiser In a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over be phone, but
Kill will be tendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertise men ts will be
accepted orer the phone depend upon the
NETH 4 CO., Worcester bldg. Main 17U6
No collection, no charge Established looo.
MISS IRELAND 2U1 Allfcky bldg., to for
course in ballroom dancing. Lefceuns guar
anteed. Fox trot, st-hotiische, wsilx.
liEATll'S SCHOOL Lessons dailv; classes
Tuei., Friday evenings, a 10 10, 109 2d St.,
bet. Washington and Stars;. Lessons 2Vc.
P1NKERTON i CO. U.S.DETECT1 V E AOC Y.
Established over 30 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK,
Investigations and rt-ports made on Indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free. Of
fices 412-13 Lumbermen s Bank bldg.
Phone Main 7741.
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. I'CKnTsUI NGS.
L. D1NKELSP1EL CO.. Portland salesrooms,
Sherlock bldg., 3d. cor. oak, room 112.
till CATION AL.
MATHEMATICS. PHYSICS, ulNlitK
1NU, private instruction by a practicing
engineer wnh excellent teaching experl-
enue. X. 7ol. Oregonian.
EE. EAR. NOSE AN" O THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casaeday, 617 Dekura bldg. ,3d at V n.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repairing
. and rewinding; all work guaranteed. 11.
M. H. Electric Co.. SI lat il N. Phone
HATS. CLEANING AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked & bleached 70c; straws
A felts Glc Kaufman s, BS 3d st. nr. Stark..
HASTY MEt-SHNUER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 52. A 2153.
MODEL AND DYE WORKS.
tiPECIALTY machine work, designing, model
making, repairing; correspondence solicit
ed. Armstrong Mfg. Co., 42d st. Main bttf.
Emil Thlelhorn. violin teacher; pupil Sevctk.
207 Flledner bldg. A 4 I HO. Marshall loO.
PHILLIPS, specialist in jparalysls, nerv-
our, chronic dlsea
004 oregonian bldg.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
hy pay fS to 10 for
i when I can fit
our eyes with first-quality
lenses, gold-filled frames as low as fl.bur
Goodman, 209 Morrison. n?ar bridge. Mall
orders promptly filled. Write for particulars.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH ATJSE R HAT CO.. 64-65 Front.
HIDES. WOOL. CASTA RA BARK.
KAHN I3KO.. 191 Front st.
McNEFF BROS-. U14 WORCESTER BLDG.
Main 8881. Phones. A 117a.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SCPPLIES
CHAS. L. MASTICK ac CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps; mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co., 83 Fifth st.
PRADBTTAW BROS.. Momwon and 7th sts.
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
bo accepted tor " Furniture for Sale," "Busi
ness Opportunities," "Roo ruin g-Hu uses' aud
"Wanted to Rent."
The Oregonian will not cusrantee aeen
racy or assume resuonKlblllty for errors oe
curring in telephone advertlsenarnts.
AdvertlMemeuls to receive prompt classifi
cation must be in The Oregonian office be
fore a o'clock at night, except Saturday.
Cloning hour for The Sunday Oregonian 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
classification will be run under tbe heading
"Too Late to Classify."
Telephone Main 7070. A 609.5.
AUCTION 8AM TODAY.
AT BAKER'S AUCTION" HOUSE. 1-108
Park ctreet. Fine furniture, oil paintings,
runs, etc .Sale at 10 o'clock.
A. AND A. P. RITE, MULT
NOMAH COUNCIL OF KA
DOSH, NO. 1 Kegular meeting
in Memorial Hall, Scottish Rite
Cathedral, this (Tuesday) even
ins at h o'ekek. By order
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. 100,
A. K. AND A. M. riperlal com
munication this tTues.lay) cvrn.
InK. April Z, 7:30 o'clock.
Informal social time; como and
get acquainted. Visitors welcome,
it. K. BO DUN. V. M.
W. P. ANDKUS. Sec.
SBI.LWOOD CHAPTER. NO. VI.
(Tuesday) cveninK. Sellwood Ma-
...uic iiitii. li loin ana ?pokuii.
ave. Official visit of th Worthy
Orand Matron. Degrees. By order of the
EMILY ROBERTSON. Sec.
KR1", NO. 10 Stated conclave
this (Tuesday) evening, April
27. at 7 ::. Work. Red Cross.
Visiting Plr Knights cour
teously Invited to attend.
ROBERT MARTYN. Recorder.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO.
111. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Tuesday)
evmin' at 7 :3', Masonic Tcmpie.
Work in the E. A. degree. Visit
Ins bretliren weir ime.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary.
Ql'EEN EI.1ZAFKTI1 HIVE. NO. 24. I
O. T. M. ReKular meetliiK In I. O. O. K.
Hall. East Sixth and Alder streets. Tuesday,
8 1'. M. sharp. Men.oers ui'Eed to be present,
lat cresting and social nieetinK. Vlsitlug
SLSIE TOMLINSON. Con.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. NO. 54.
O. E. S. Stated communication this
(Tuesday) evening. Masonic Temple,
8 o'clock. Social. Ail O. E. S. wel
come. By order W. M.
HENRIETTA s won, ec
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1. I. O.
O F Regular meeting this (Tuesday
evening at ii o'clock at I. O O F. Temple.
1st aJid Alder sts. Golden rule degree. Vis
itors always welcome. R. OSVOLD. ftec.
EXTRA Emblem jeaeleiy of all kinds; spe
cial designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
PORTEGUE In this city, April 2G. at her
late residence, Tt4 KhmI Ankeney st.. Hen
rietta Miliar Portcgue, aged till years 3
months and 17 days, wife of P. Portegue
and mother of Lex Diamond and Mrs. M.
It. Magueas. of this city; sister of the
late W. W. Minar and grandmother of
Irwin McClure Diamond, of Carnahan
Station. Or. The remains are at tlie con
servatory chnpel of F. S. Dunning. In.-.,
East Side Funerul Directors, 414 East Al
der Kt. Funeral notice In a later issue.
MAGUIRE In this city. April IM, at Port
lund Surgical Hospital, Mraarct Maguire,
aged 'l." vears 4 months and 13 days, be
loved wife of Felix Maguiie. mother of
" James .. John B., Joseph A.. Marxaret.
Froily. Mrs. Louis B. Christ. Mrs. Arthur
W Morris, of Portland; Sr. Reginalds, of
San Francisco: Sr; Anceliea. of Van
couver. 13. C Funeral i.otice later.
TAYLOR At Wren. Or., April 26. James M.
Taylor, aged b:i ye;irs 9 months and 7
,tnv Father of Frank M. Taylor, of
Wren, Or.; o. W. Taylor and Mrs. George
Broughton. of Portland.
M'DONALD In this city, April 2'5. at the
family residence, swill tony-inirn aviuo
KontHeast. Mrs. Duncan McDonald.
Funeral notice later. Remains in care of
Ericson s funeral parlors.
PAPAS this city. April 26, Nick Papas.
Remains at Holman's parlors. Funeral an-
EVANS The funeral services for the late
Mrs. Helen Z. Evans, of East .Ktn St.
North, will be held at the Hope Presby
i.rlnn Church, corner East 78th and Ev
erett sts., at 1 P. M. today (Tuesday).
Friends Invltea. interment umq r ir 4-em
SCH WANDER In this city. April 2. Victor
Schwander, aged 77 years, father of Leo
Schwander. of Banks. Or. The remains
will be forwarded to North Plains for
services and Interment ry tne . r. nun
ning Co., East Side Funeral Directors,
at ir. ai. looay.
LATSON The funeral services of Alvin C
l.atson will he held at 1. I.. lerch tin.
lornkine narlors. East 11th and Clay sts.
today (Tuesday), at 2:30 P. M. Friends
DR. It. H. NOKTMKl'l', 8o Morgan bldg,
cor. itrundwiy and Wbnington st. oifice
pnonc. Main S40; residence. East 1028.
R. C. WRIGHT ars- practice, u. 9.
and forfisn parents. 001 Drkum bldg.
! A WN BROKERS.
STEIN S LOAN OFFICE.
2H .NORTH bill bT
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
.oMlie near 24th and York sts. Main 343.
Rf Httl R STAM I'M. SEA LH. BRASS L.1GNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WOHK.S.
231 Wash St. 1'huiie Main 710 and A 271V.
STORAGE AMI TRANSFER,
C o. PICK Transfer Ac storage Co. office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron room and fireproof vaults
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sis.
1'lunoH and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. Special rates made on
goods In our through cars to ell dnmestio
md foreign ports. Mum .19. A 1990.
OLl-'ON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separata
mollis. Y. move and pack household
g.iods and pianos and snip at reuucd
rates. Auto vans and teaiiti for moving,
forwarding and distributing agents. Flue
lrai''ut,e Olflce and warrnouse, 10th and
ll.iyt sts. Main &47. A 2147.
PACKING. SUi-PI.NG, STORAGE.
IT l'AVH TO GET THE HKST.
Reduced freight isles to all parts.
MANNING WAItKHul SB 4 TRANSFER
COM PAN Y.
Main T03 I'-.h and Hoyt. A 2214J
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllaan St..
cor. 13th. Telephone Main no or A 11'.'.
We own and operate to large class 'A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insur&m-e rates in city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, ihi Ma.iison. General men-hand t"
and forwarding agents, phone Main
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
13. No profession offers equal opportuni
ty Catalogue free. C. Keane, piesu 1411
Market st.. San Fran clsco.
GItEICN and dry slsbwood, blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co., Main ul20, A 3S93.
ORNAMENTAL IKON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire sc Iron Wks. 2d and C-olutnbls-
PAINTS AND LIBK1CAT1NU OILS.
W. p. FULLER & Co.. 1A snd Ta lor sta,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
R ASM Cs.-EN sc CO.. 2d snd Taylor sts
PIPE, PITE MTT1NGN AND VAL E.
M. L. KLINE, 84-K Front St.
1'LCMUING AND STEAM SI PPLIES.
M. L. KL1NK A CO.. 84-88 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. UALTES CO.. 1st and Oak sta
PKODHK COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVKKOING & FARRELL. 14U Front St.
KOI'B AMI BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordaus Co., 14th and -torlhrup.
SASH, DOOItS AND GLASS.
Fl LI.KIl CO.. 12th and Davis.
MOttO. AN W.M.I. PAPER ..
MALLETT In this city, April 36, at the
reMiilence, 12 75 Hurraire Ht., J.yd ta Ur-eha
M ailett, aged S yeai lt month and 11
din, wld.iw of the late Jam Malltt and
mother of Mrs. George hyl eater, William
H., Fred and Guvlord, of 1'ortland; (Jeorge.
of Vancouver; V. S. Mallett, of Omaha,
Neb., and M r. Jfthn Kinker, of Cadillac.
. Mth. Friends Invited to atiend the f un
ci a 1 services to be held at the University
Park M E. Church at 2 1. M. iday
(Tuesduy). Interment Columbia Cemetery.
FEU It V In this rit v. April I'd. Upton U
Fcrrv, ii u-d 4 vears, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. i. Ferry, of 1."hi3 E. 1 1th st. N. Thi
funeral services will be held today tTuen
da . at 'J ::: o'clock P. M., at the reni
rience establishment of J. P. Flnley A Son,
M onitfomery. at Jt h. Friends Invited. In
terment at RJverview Cemetery.
The only residence undertaklns establish.
ment in Porti&Ad with privats drlvewsr.
Mam . A lun.
J. P. FINLKT SON.
Montgomery at Flflb.
MR EDWARD UOLUAN. the lesdlna
funeral director, fit Third street- corner
baiuioa. Laay assistant. A Jbli. Mala sol.
r. & DUNNl.NU. INC.
Sast Sid. Funeral Directors. 414 East Ai
de' street. East ii. B 2lia.
A, H- Zh.U-i.lt CO., ttti WILLI Asid AVB.
East loss. C 100s. Lady siuuUsul Lsy
and night service.
DUN. MN ti st M'slNl'KE. Xuneral directors,
Broadway and Puis. Pliuu. Msm 4U, 4ee4
Lad y attenoanc
BAtissTsi UNOOK. Uunayalde Parlors:
auto hearts. AO 2s Baiwout st. 'Aaour A
K. T. BYRNES. Williams ava. and ivnolfc,
East 1116. C ltll. Lady att.ndanu
P. L. Lk.HCu, East lltu and Clay sire.uk
Lady assistant, iiast 7sA.
SAvEWivS UNDEHTAKlNli COMPANY, it
and Clay Main ilbi. A HO.. Lauy attendant-
Autos for funerais aud weddings uusrsA
Eervice Co. Woodlawa t24. C 116.
LSAC a ccuient waterproof vault; keeps in.
body dry forever. Ask your undertaker.
PORTLAND Marble Works, 2tlH 4th st,
opposite City iiall, nulldeis oi meiuoriais.
MARTIN si FOKHAid CO. florl.ts. 847 Wash
ingtort. Main HdJ, A 1 Jo'J. k lowers for a-A
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARK.E BROS., destguers and Ueeorstors,
frssB flowers, great varisty. Morrison.
between 4th and 6th. Mam or A lejJ".
PEOPLE d FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
Designs and spraya Marshall
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7110. A 11. belling
A. C. F. BL'RKHARDT. 120 N. 2Itd. Puneral
designs snd cut flowers. Main A iMsU,
jl'NNYSlDE Greenhouse. Fresh flowers.
Phone B 1&22, B. 32d and Taylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
7 GKAM AVE-, N.
Between Davis and ICverett.
Phones least 1432, 2515. Ope Day
Report all coses of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals,
liorsa ambulance for sick or disabled!
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring a pet may communicate with us.
I NORTMweSTf-HfM BANK. OOli-DINfi
Western Bond &
Our Own Motitv at Current Hates.
MUNICIPAL AM) CORPORATION BONDS.
FARM AND CITV LOANS.
80 Fourth St., Board of Trade Bids;.
o pi t mm Jew MM ii
si il il h.l h ' .a 'iniia I
On Cl t T and parm frofertlee In
Any Amount at Cerrnut Kates
Corner Fourth snd Stark btresUi
R MlE Invshd chair, rui-l-er tires,
ood L new, -0, Phone East 4S54,
EDVARD E 60UDEY