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TIIE MOTtXTNCr OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 28, 19T5.
REPAIR BIOS OPENED
Offers on Drydock Job From
$26,268 to $55,124.
WORK TO TAKE 7 MONTHS
X.lftins or Vessels Xot Likely to
Bo Interrupted; Committee Is
Named to Consider Tenders
' and Make Report.
In seven months from the timo an
award is made for rebuilding: the
wingrs of the five pontoons of the pub
lic drydock. the Port of Portland Com
mission estimates that the task will
be finished, and as only one section is
to be under repairs at a time ail ves
sels making the river can be lifted un
less a vessel is to be out of water for
a long: time. Arrangements will no
doubt be made through which all jobs
offered can be taken care of.
At a special gathering of the Com
mission yesterday bids were opened
for the repairs. The Commission placed
before Portland firms two propositions,
one for the Commission's force to be
used in tearing away, the old wings,
the contractor rebuilding them, and
the other for the contractor to remove
the condemned wings and replace them
Blda $28,208 to 55,124.
nobert Mcintosh filed a tender of
$26,268 for the wings or J26.868 to
tear down those in place and rebuild
them. Joseph Supple bid $36,000 for the
first undertaking and $38,000 for the
entire contract. The Portland Ship
building Company's figures were $38,
880, if the Port removed the present
wings, or $4X,9SO for demolishing them
and rebuilding. The Columbia River
Shiplrning Company bid only on the
second proposal and offered to do the
work for $38,390. Robert Wakefield of
Jeied to build the wings for $39,380,
or to remove those in place and build
others for $42,380. while A. C. U.
Berry's figures were $51,124 for the
first proposal and $55,124 on the sec
ond. Commissioners O'Reilly. Shaver and
epencer were named by President
Mears as a committee to consider the
tenders and make recommendations as
to the award. It Is said that when the
wings are reconstructed along the lines
planned the dock will be In good con
dition for years. --In some respects the
dock will be improved, added strength
being given the towers, and there will
be work done on the base of one or
Repairs First Required.
The drydock was completed in 1903
and It is the first time repairs of a
general character have- been found
necessary. Including the site and land
embraced in the Port's holdings there
the cost of the dock was $364,000. It
has a lifting capacity of 10,000 tons,
with a length of 468 feet, width be
tween wings of 82 feet and a depth of
15 feet over the keel blocks.
Announcement made Monday by the
Commission that towing rates would
be restored means that the charges in
effect previous to the cut of 25 per
cent in 1912 will again become effec
tive June 1. New tariffs are to be
printed and the shipping fraternity
along the Coast and abroad notified of
the change. It is promised that hence
forth the Port's tugs will be better
equiped for duties at the bar and with
higher rates and a rigid enforcement
of economy there is a chance for
revenues to nearly offset the cost of
AIXSWORTH REPAIRS AGAIN
Commission JfotiLicd That Company
Will Overhaul Steamship Dock.
Repairs to Ainsworth dock, as origi
nally planned by the company with the
exception that parts of the superstruct
ure, decks and stringers will be re
placed when deemed necessary, as sug
gested by the Commission of Public
Hocks, are to be carried out at once,
according to information given the
Commission yesterday by Chief Engi
neer Holman, of the O.-W. R. & N.
After the company submitted plans
for the work to the Commission and
the latter indicated that it would ap
prove them, providing one of the Com
mission's inspectors would oversee the
new construction, the company did not
take immediate action, but yesterday
It was made known that a decision had
been reached to overhaul the structure.
The upper and lower platforms on the
river side of the dock will be rebuilt
entirely and all foundation and under
pinning parts strengthened, being re
newed where necessary, and when fin
ished the dock will carry as heavy a
load as when erected.
ALDEX WITJj TAKE GATZERT
Kew Management Retains Old Skip
per on Popular Excursion Steamer.
Captain Charles M. Alden, for several
years master of the steamer Bailey
Gatzert and who recently left that
vessel to go with The Dalles-Columbia
line, is to be skipper of the Bailey
Gatzert again May 1. Captain Scam
mon. who was pilot of the Gatzert,
went with Captain Alden to the other
D. C. O'Reilly, head of The Dalles,
Tortland & Astoria Navigation Com
pany, said yesterday that he hoped to
have repairs completed on the Dalles
City and the Summer overhauling of
the Gatzert ended so that the double
schedule between Portland and The
Dalles could be started May 15. When
the Dalles City is running again the
Gatzert will be riauled off to have her
cabin redecorated and an immense
awning is to be stretched on the hurri
cane deck, covering the entire space
devoted to chairs, changing the deck
into an observation platform. Musical
features and other attractions are con
templated for the Summer.
CHIXOOK EXGAKED OX BAR
Conditions ot of Best for Continuous-
Work by Dredge.
Westerly swells yet have such an in
fluence on the bar that the dredge
Chinook cannot operate there all of the
time, according to reports received yes
terday, but the big digger is said to
be spending as many hours as possible
at the entrance to the Columbia and
before long is expected to make a bet
The dredge Clatsop, also of the Gov
ernment fleet, is to finish deepening
the channel at Tongue Point, the lower
end of the new channel on the Tongue
Point crossing May 1, and then hauls
across to Harrington Point to remain
for a time. The dredges Wahkiakum
and Multnomah are working steadily
Jn the river and the Port of Portland
dredge Willamette began operations
yesterday at the lower end of the
harbor, above Swan Island, where the
channel is to be widened and deepened.
Material dredged will be deposited
beneath the Portland Flouring Mills
Batsrord Finds Drift.
Included in late advices reaching the
kydrographln office, in charge of Lieu
tenant R. R. Smith, U. S. N, U the
following: "P. McConnochie, second
officer British steamship Batsford,
Captain John Wiseman commanding.
reports sighting a log 70 feet long and
rive or six feet in diameter, wtih sev
eral smaller ones near by, February
27. 1915, in latitude 45 degrees 24 min
utes north 124 degrees 19 minutes west,
while en route from Portland, Or., to
DOCK CONNECTION PROVIDED
Commission Leases Right of Way to
Tap Southern Pacific Line.
To afford a route for the building of
a rail connection with tracks to be
constructed in the rear of Municipal
Dock No. 2 and the Southern Pacific
line, the Commission of Public Docks
yesterday authorized the "execution of
a lease with the Spokane, Portland &
beattle Railroad for the right of way
across block 22, East Portland. The
connection will be made at East Oak
street. The Commission also approved
an ordinance granting to the Southern
Pacific a revocable permit to make the
aocK connection on East Oak street.
The sale of $100,000 of bonds yester
day on a premium of $1650 was pleas
ing to the Commission and it was un
hesitatingly recommended that the
highest offers be accepted by the Coun
cil. The money will be used to build
a warehouse in the rear of the open
dock at Municipal Dock No. 1 and plans
for the structure are to be ready in
about three weeks. When that ware
house is finished only one site will re
main on the property for a similar
structure and it is thought the facili
ties will be sufficient for & lengthy
ALUMNA ENDS LONG VOYAGE
Grays Harbro Lumber Fleet to Ex
ceed Showing for March.
ABERDEEN. Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) After being 95 days from Auck
land, New Zealand, for Grays Harbor,
the schooner Alumna arrived here to
day. She was 35 days overdue.
So far 28 vessels have cleared here
with cargoes this month and eight
more are due to sail within the next
two days. It is probable that April
cargo business will be equal to that for
March, which was the best since July,
1914. Vessels cleared last month num
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA, Or, April 27. (Special.)
The steam schooner Claremont sailed
today for Aberdeen, where she will load
The steamer Bear arrived from San
Francisco and San Pedro with freight
and passengers for Astoria and Port
land. The steamer Rose City sailed
for the California ports.
The steamer Breakwater arrived
from Coos Bay with freight and pas
sengers for Astoria and Portland.
The tank steamer Asuncion arrived
from California with fuel oil for As
toria and Portland.
The American-Hawaiian line steamer
Honolulan sailed for Fuget Sound with
part cargo from New York.
With a. part cargo of lumber from
Rainier the steam schooner Siskiyou
went to Knappton. and after finishing
her cargo there sailed for San Fran
The steam schooner Thos. L. Wand
arrived from San Francisco and will
load lumber at St. Helens.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
, .In port
Yucatan, a....... San Dlejro. ........
Bear ....Los Angeles. ..... .
Breakwater. .... .Coos Bay ..........
Northern Pacific San Francisco, .
Geo. W. Elder. . . .Eureka
Roanoke. Jban Diego. ..... .
Beaver Los Augeles.
Rose City. ...... .Los Angeles
DUE TO DEPART.
Harvard S. F. to L. A
Yucatan San Diego
Northern Pacific. San Francisco. ... .
Yosemlte San Dieso
Tamalpaia San Francisco.. ..
Breakwater Coos Bay ...
Yale .. .S. F. to L. A. .... . .
Celllo bq Diego. ........
Multnomati. ..... fcan Diego. .......
San Ramon. ..... San Francisco. .. ..
Geo W. Elder. .. . Eureka
Bear Los Angeles. ......
Santa Barbara. . . San Francisco. .. ..
Roanoke. nn Diego.
Beaver . . Los Angeles. ......
Northland . ...... Los Angeles.
Willamette San Diego
Klamath. ....... San Diego
Rose City Los Angeles ,
DUE TO ARRIVE.
American .New York. ........
Santa Cecelia. ...New York. .......
Santa Cruz. ......New York. .......
Iowan New York. .......
Minnesotan. . ... .New York. .
Santa Catallna. ..New York
Pennsylvania. . . . New York .
Ohioan... . New York . ,
DUE TO DEPART.
American ....... .New York ........
Santa Cecelia. ... New York ........
lowan New York . .......
San ta Crux . ..... -New York. ... .. ..
Minnesotan ......New York.
Pennsylvania!.. . . New York. ........
Ohioan New York.'. .... ..
Santa Catallna. . . New York. ..... ..
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. April 27. Arrived Steam-
era Daisy Gadsby, from San Francisco :
Breakwater, from Coos Bay: Bear, from
San Pedro and San Francisco; Asuncion and
Thomas L. Wand, from San Francisco.
Sailed Steamer Rose City, for San Pedro,
via San Francisco.
Astoria. April 27. Sailed at 3 A. M.
Steamer Claremont. for Grays Harbor. Ar
rived at 4 and left up at 5:30 A. M. Steam
er Breakwater, from Coos Bay. Arrived at
and left up at o A. M. steamer Bear.
from San Pedro and San Francisco. Ar
rived at 6 A. M. and left up at 2:30 P. M.
Steamer Asuncion, from San Francisco.
Sailed at 7 :30 A. M. Steamer Honolulan,
for New York, via way ports. Arrived at
8:25 and left up at 10:50 A. M. Steamer
Thomas L. Wand, from San Francisco. Ar
rived down at Knappton during the night
Steamer Siskiyou. Arrived down at 4 P. M.
and sailed at 6 P. M. Steamer Rose City,
for San Francisco and San Pedro.
San Francisco. April a?. Sailed at 10:40
A. M. Steamer Northern Pacific, for Flavel.
Sailed April 26 at 8 P. M. Steamer Mult
nomah, for Portland.
Eureka, April 27. Arrived at 9 A. M.
Steamer George W. Elder, from Portland,
via Coos Bay.
Balboa. April -o. sailed Norwegian
bark Btrtha, from Portland tor Queens
San - Diego, April 2T. Sailed Steamer
Roanoke, for Portland, via way ports.
Aberdeen. April 27. Arrived Steamer
Claremont. from Portland.
San Pedro, April t. Arrived (Steamers
Beaver and Santa Barbara, from Portland,
via San Francisco.
Lizard. April 25. Passed French bark
Vendee, from Portland, for Queenstown.
Tatoosh. April 27. Passed out at 10:40 A.
M. Gunboat Concord, in tow of tug Daring,
for Columbia River.
Astoria. April 26. Left up at 6:30 P. M.
Steamer Daisy Gadsby.
Ban Francisco, April 27. Arrived Steam
er Yellowstone, from Coos Bay. Sailed
Steamer Northern Pacific, for Astoria.
Shanghai, April 26. Arrived Steamers
Azumasan Maru, from Portland, Or.
Seattle. April 27. Arrived Steamers
Northwestern from Southwestern Alaska;
City of Seattle, from Southeastern Alaska;
Argyll, from Port San Luis.' Sailed
Steamers Dolphin, for Southeastern Alaska;
Kagashima Maru (Japanese), for Vladivo
stok; Congress, for San Diego.
Tide at Astoria "Wednesday. '
High. - Low.
16:10 A. M 0.2 foot
11:00 P. M 7.6 feet6:00 P. M 2.0 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, April 27. Condition of
the bar at & P. M. : Sea, rough; wind, north
west, 30 miles.
Sfierlff Sells Pe Ell Cannery.
CENTRALIA. Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) W. F. Shepherd, one of the or
ganizers of the Pe Ell Canning Asso
ciation, purchased the concern's propT
erty at a sale held by Sheriff Foster,
to satisfy creditors. His bid was 180.
He will make an effort to reorganize
the company so that the plant, can be
operated. The failure was 'due to sev
eral of those who subscribed foe stock
not meeting their obligations, it is
PASGO EXPECTS 10.000
CELILO PROGRAMME MAY 4 TO
HAVE SPORTING EVENTS.
Arrangements Made by Commercial
Club Committee for Banquet,
With Mr. Lister Speaker.
PASCO. Wash., April 27. (Special.)
The Chamber of Commerce met last
night and from a report made by the
committee which has the Celilo cele
bration for May 4 in charge it is
thought that at least 10,000 visitors
will be in Pasco that day.
Arrangements have been made for a
banquet that night, at which Mayor
George Zent will act as toastmaster
and the speakers will consist of Gov
ernor Lister, of Washington; Senators
Jones and Polndexter and Congressman
Dill, of Spokane. There will be speak
ers from most of the Inland towns to
respond to toasts on behalf of their
home town. The banquet will fte one
of the big features of the day and will
be served in the dancehall of the Ma
New features are being added to the
programme every day and the sport
ing events promise to be the best ever
held in this valley. John Berg will
wrestle an opponent that evening and
Harry Custer, of Pasco, will box a
Pendleton man. This tart of the cele
bration will be under the auspices ol
the Twin City Athletic Club,
A part of the pavement will be roped
oil on Taroma avenue and waxed, for
dancing, where a regular old "Forty
nine dance" will be given. Tacoma ave
nue will be decorated to represent a
street as it appeared in the days of
Many tickets are being sold for the
excursion down the river to Big Eddy
and Astoria, following the Pasco-Ken-newlck
WRECK SUITS TO BE HEARD
Attorney for Heirs of lieggett Vic
tims Goes to San Francisco.
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) George D. Abel, attorney for
some of the heirs of persons lost in the
wreck of the steamer Francis H. Leg
sett, left here this morning for San
Francisco where suits for J60.000 dam
ages will be heard in the United States
District Court. Mr. Abel carried evi
dence tending to show that the Francis
H. Leggett waa overloaded and badly
loaded and was unseaworthy.
The owners have Instituted proceed
ings in limitation of liabilities, alleg
ing that the vessel was seaworthy and
that her loss was unavoidable. The
Francis H. Leggett was lost September
14. Mr. Abel is one of several attor
neys employed by the claimants.
TenJno Women's CIyIc Club Elects.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. April 27. (Spe
cial.) The Women's Civic Improvement
Club, or Tenino, has elected the fol
lowing new officers for the coming
year: Mrs. T. H. McLafferty, president;
Mrs. F. A. Dean, vice-president, and
Mrs. George Mayes, secretary-treasurer.
Since its organization a year ago, the
ciud nas been the means of starting a
number of improvements for Tenino.
An active campaign has been mapped
out for the coming year.
Centralia Boy Nearly Loses Eye.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. April 27. (Spe.
cial.) Joe Scheurer, a Centralia boy
wno lost tne sight of one eye several
years ago, nearly lost the sight of
the other yesterday when a horse that
he was harnessing became frightened
and threw the harness, striking his
face and breaking the boy's glasses. A
piece of glass was driven into the eye.
It bled freely, but fortunately the eye
ball was not touched.
Woman at Albany Wins Divorce.
ALBANY, Or., April 27. (Special.)
Having been deserted by her husband
on the first St. Valentine's day after
their marriage. Bertha Jones won a di
vorce in the State Circuit Court here
yesterday. She was married to Jerry
Jones on March 24, 1913, and testified
that he left her on February 14, 1914.
Wife of Yakima Valley Pioneer Dies.
WAPATO, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Fannie Rodman, wife of J.
F. Rodman, one of the oldest and best
known residents of the Yakima Valley,
having resided in the Valley since 1883,
died Saturday evening of heart trouble.
Br'dway at Taylor
Main I and A 1128
MATINEE TODAY 2:1 S
Floor l. Bal. 75c, 50c. Gal. 35c. 25c.
Henry W. Savage Offers
100 PEOPLE SPECIAL ORCHESTRA
Evenings: Floor, 11 rows J2, 7 rows
$1.50. Bal. 1, 70c, 60c. Gal.. 60c.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
13 A. lfD THEATER
" . Geo. L. Baker, Mgr.
Continuation of the favorite
ITALIAN GRAND OPERA COMPANY..
All this week. Mats. Today, Saturday.
Thursday . ."AID A"
Friday, "LA GIOCONDA"
Sat. Mat., "TROVATORE"
Saturday Night .. ."LUCIA"
Evenings: 25c to $1. Mats., 25c. 50c. First
time In America at these prices.
1 IATINIE MITf 230
A HIGH-TONED BURGLAR'S CHRISTMAS
6 OTHER BIO-TIME ACTS
Boxes and first row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 4636. A 2286.
Corner Vauski and Twenty-fourth Sts.
J LOS ANGELES
APRIL 27,7 SS, 2, SO, MA V I. 2.
Games Media Werkdaji at 3 P. M.
SundnrK. -::iO P. M.
Reserved box seats for sale at Riche's
Cigar Stand, Sixth and Washington Sts.
Ladles' Daya Wednesday and Friday.
13 w sns a
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonabls prices.
Paciric Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCORDION, knife and boa pleating, picot
ing. hemstitching, braiding, embroidering.
Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., Safe 6la at.
Mall orders promptly attended to.
K. STEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, gooas
sponged, mall order. 3b3 Alder. M U373.
AS3AYERS AM) ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, l--is 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
J. S1LKORD NELSON, lawyer, removed to
61a Plttock block. Main 7oUL Consultation
LAWYER ; consultation free. Main 4Uhi, 6o
HALL & FL1EDNER, lawyers; consultations
free. 208-a Filedner bldg. Mar. 35UT.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
Pets, rag rugs. 1S8 E. Sth. .Both phones.
CKLLILOIU BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HOOSON COMPANY.
387 Washington st. Main 812 and A 1254.
William, Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny.
the only scientific chiropodists in th. city.
Parlors 302 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Office Fliedner bldg. Main 8473.
DR. ETHEL A SACRY, painless chiropodist,
SOB Panama bldg. Phone Main WXJ8.
EASTERN grad. Chiropodist, manicurist. 20
Macleay bldg. Marshall 3950.
Dr. Poulson, specialist in paralyslsnervous,
chronic diseases. 850 Plttock oik. M. 8414.
DR. M'MAHON, 6th year. Chronic cases tak
lng time. 81 treatments, $18. 121 4th st
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent. We press on suit
each week for si. 50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
809 Stark St., bet. 5th and 6th. Main 514.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
420 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 48Q.
Accounts, notes. Judgments cilected. "Adopt
Short Methods."- Short Adjustment Co..
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 874.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DCBEC1LLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d at.
BAGGAGE C BECKED AT HOME
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park & Davla.
Royal Bakery & Coat., Inc., 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WJEINHARP. 13th and Hurnslde.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
P. T. CROWE & CO., 45 Fourth st.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING!.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO.. 20 T Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. 6th and Pine sts.
v GRAIN MERCHANTS.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front & Marshall.
H. M. HOUSES, Board of Trade Bldg.
WAT1RAMS CO.. 6U-75 Fourth St.
from which disease she had been a suf
ferer for some time.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
DAKIN-STITES Wlllard W. Dakin. legal,
Hood River, Or., and Abbie G. Stites, legal,
1183 East Main street.
H1LLZER To Mr. and Mrs. George Hill
zer, 265 Wood street, April 15, a son.
KELLEY To Mr. and Mrs. Sanford R.
Kelly, 1095 Williams avenue, April 24, a
STRATTON To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Stratton, Sixtieth avenue and Ninety-fifth
street. Lents, April 24, a son.
VAN ZETTBN To Mr. and Mrs. Lambert
H. Van Zetten, US02 Eighty-fourth street.
April 24. a daughter.
BARKELL To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barrell.
Jr., Sylvan, Or., April 22. a son.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
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"Too Late to Classify."
Telephone Main 7070. A 6095.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Ish-street dock. Unclaimed baggage
sale for the O.-W. R. & N. Co. and P. R. A
N. Co., C. 4 B. R. R. Co. and P. E. & E.
R. R. Co Sale starts at 10 A. M. Geo. BakeT
& Co., auctioneers.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sal. at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction Eouw, at 10 A. M..
furniture. 186-8 First at.
PORTLAND CHAPTER No. 3,
R. A. M. A special convocation
of Portland Chapter No. 3 will
be held in their hall. Masonic
Temple. Portland. this (.Wed
nesday) evening, April 2S. lill.l.
at 7:30 o'clock. Work oast and
most excellent degrees. Visiting compan
ions will be welcomed.
W. P. ANDREWS. E. H. P.
J. A. ALLEN. Sec.
B. P. O. E. No. 142. Members
are requested to meet at the
residence SSn East Ash street.
this( Wednesday) afternoon 2:30
o'clock to attend the funeral
services or our late brother. W.
h. W. Carmic
V 't1 gene Lodge
rSnaJm Visiting br
uarmicnaei, memoer or Ku-
e No. 357. B. P. O R.
x brothers Invited to at
tend. By order of the E. R.
M. R. SPALD1.NO, Secretary.
MT. TABOR LODGE No. 42, A.
V. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Wednesday) evening,
7:30 o'clock. West Side Temple.
E. A. degree. Visiting brethren
invited to attend. By order of
the E. R.
SELLWOOD LODGE No. 131.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Wednesday)
evening, 7:30 o'clock. Sell wood.
Masonic Hall. Work F. C. degree.
Visitors welcome. By order W. M.
J. . butlish, secretary.
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS Spend your
evening with the Royal Highlanders every
Friday evening at F. of A. Hall, 12i 4th st.
Dancing and refreshments, best union music
Just a little better than the average. Come
and bring a friend. THE COMMITTEE.
PORTLAND CAM?! ROYAL CIRCLE,
will entertain their members and families
with ooo and dance on Wednesday evening,
April 28, at W. O. W. Temple, 12S Eleventh
street. HERMAN SCHADE.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL. NO.' 3,
PL R. AND S. M. Stated assembly this
CJf (Wednesday) evening, 7:30, East
Eighth and Burnside. Degrees. Vis
itors welcome. J. H. RICHMOND, Rec
EXTRA Emblem Jewelery of all kinds; spe
cial designs made, Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 17l
No collection, no charge Eatablisned ltfW.
MISS IRELAND 2U1 Alisky bldg.. S3 for
course in ballroom dancing. Lessons guax
anteed. Fox trot, schotusche, waits.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lesson dally: classes
Tuea.. Friday evenings, 8 to 1U, 109 2d St.,
bet. Washington and Stark. Lesions 25c
P1NK.ERTON & CO. U.S.DETECTI VK AUCI.
Established over 30 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free. Of
fices 412-13 Lumbermen's Bank blag.
Phone Main 774L
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, PC KNISHLNOS.
L. DINKELSPIEL CO.. Portland salesrooms,
Sherlock bldg., 3d. cor. Oak, room 112.
MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, xGINEER
1NG. private instruction by a practicing
engineer with excellent teaching experi
ence. X 701, Oregonian.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Caaseday, 517 Dekum bldg.. 3d sc Wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repairing
and rewinding; all work guaranteed. H.
M. H. Electric Co., SI 1st st. N. Phone
HATS. CLEANING AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked A bleached 75c; straws
A felts 60 Kaufman's, 88 3d st. nr. Stark.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2153.
MODEL AND DYE WORKS.
SPECIALTY machine work, designing, model
making, repairing; correspondence solicit
ed. Armstrong Mfg. Co., 42d st. Main bin.
Emll ThieJhorn. violin teacher; pupil Sevclk.
207 FHe3n,er bldg. A 4160. Marshall 160.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, nerv
ous, chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay SS to S10 for
glasses when I can tit
our eyes with first-auallty
lenses, gold-filled frames as low as $l.i0r
Goodman, 209 Morrison, near bridge. Mail
orders promptly filled. Write for particulars.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO.. 64-58 Front.
HIDES. WOOL. CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front St.
McNEFF BROS.. 14 WORCESTER BLDG.
Main 8881. Phones. A 1178.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL bTEEL PLANT,
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES
CHAS. U MASTICK & CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps; mtg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co- 83 Fifth st.
BRA PSHATV BKOS.. Morrison and 7th sts.
t0T L0W REGULAR MEETING THIS
JijW2 (Wednesday) evening. East 6th
and Alder streets. Visitors cor-
TJolIT" dlally Invited.
W. W. TERRY, Secretary.
ANCHOR COUNCIL No. 746, K. AND L.
OF S., will give a card party at their hall,
129 4th st., Wednesday evening, April 1!8.
ALLESIO In this city. April 27, at his late
residence. 798 E. 26th st. S., Jerome J.
Allesio. aged 22 years, 2 months. 5 days.
Deceased Is survived by a brother. Peter,
and suiter, Catherine Alleslo. He was
a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Covach.
Deceased was a member of Webfoot Camp,
No. 65, W. O. W. Remains are at the par
lors of Skewes Undertaking Co., cor. 3d
and Clay. Funeral notice later.
M'DONALD At her late residence, 4919
Forty-third avenue Southeast. Annette
McDonald, aged S2 years, beloved wife of
Duncan McDonald. Funeral notice later.
MANN At the residence. 1261 Mllwaukie
at.. April 27, Maurice Mann, aged 76 years,
beloved husband of Johanna Mann and
father of John M.. Joseph P.. Mrs. D. J.
McUill, Mrs. H. W. Brands. Margaret A.
and Anna Mann. Funeral from Sacrei.
Heart Church. Eleventh and Center sts.,
Thursday, April 29. at 9 A. M. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. Elmlra and
Corning. N. Y., papers please copy.
CATHCART In this city. April 26. Sarah
Dee Cathcart, aged 36 veara, beloved wife
of C W. Cathcart, daughter of Mrs. H. D.
Benjamin, Linnton, Or. Funeral services
will be conducted today (Wednesday),
April 2S. at 3 P. M.. from the Portlano
Crematorium. Friends Invited. Remains
at Pearson's undertaking parlors. Russell
St., at Union ave.
PORTEGUE The funeral services of the
late Henrietta Miner Portegue will be held
at the conservatory chapel of F. S. Dun
ning, Inc., East Side Funeral Directors.
414 East Alder, corner East 6th St., today
(Wednesday). April 28. at 2:30 P. M. In
terment Lone Fir Cemetery. Friends In
vited. TAYLOR The funeral services for the late
James M. Taylor will be held at the resi
dence establishment of J. p. Flnley A
Son, Montgomery at Fifth street, Thurs
day, April 2fl,' at 2:30 o'clock P. M.
CARMICHAEL The funeral services of th
late William W. Carmichael will be held
at his late residence, 580 East Ash street,
today (Wednesday), April 28. at 2:30 P.
M. Friends invited. Interment McMinnvilie,
MAGUIRE The funeral services of the late
Mrs. Felix Maguire, of 271 Halsey street,
will be held at Holy Rosary Churcu
today (Wednesday), 10 A. M. Friends In
vited. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
FUNERAL DI RECTORS.
The oaly residence undertaking establish'
Bseat in Portland with privat. driv.way.
Mais . A
J. P. riNLJET SON.
Montgomery at Fifth.
MR EDWARD HOLMAN. the leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, corner
balmoa. Laay assistant. A loll. Mala sol.
r. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Slds Funeral Directora, 414 East Al
del street. East 62. B
A U. Z&LL&K CO., ti WILLIAMS AVK
East loss, c 1008. Lady attendant. Cat
and night service.
DUNNING & M'NTEE. funeral directora
Broadway and Fine, phone Mem 41U. A 4a.4.
fiP.l.UZ.Ii; He SNOOK. Sunayald. Parlors,
auto near., 1026 Belmont su labor 14o. &
R. T. BYRNES. Williams ave. and Knott.
East Ilia, C ! Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay str.su.
Lady assistant. East ill
SKEWED UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Id
and Clay Main 4162. A H2L Lady attendant.
Autos for funerals and weddings. Fuaera
Service Co. Woodlawa 2623. C ll&t.
FLO Ria l S.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists, 347 Wash
ington. Main 26tt, A 126U. Flowers for
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators,
fresh flowers, great variety. Morrison,
between 4th and 6th. Mam or A lovd.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder
Designs and sprays. Marshall &W2.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7213. A 2121. Selling
A C. F. BURKHARDT. 120 N. 23d. Funeral
designs and cut flowers. Main 135U a 7 Hal.
SUNNYS1DE Greenhouse. Fresh flowers.
Phone B 1S22. B. S2d and Taylor.
USE a cement waterproof vault; keeps the
body dry forever. Ask your undertaker.
Iaii,ri-f.Yst i Hu:a
DR. R. B. NORTH K UP, 308 Morgan bldg..
cor. Broadway and Washington st. Office
phone. Main 849; residence. East 1028.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice, U. S.
and foreign patents. 6Q1 Dekum bldg.
STEIN'S LOAN OFFICJE.
2t 1SOKTU tiTH ST
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. factory and
office near alth aud York t. Mam 34 & J.
RUBBER STAMPS. feEALS, BRASS bi(iNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKks.
' 231 Wash at. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
end commodious 4-ciory brick waretiouaa.
separate Iron room and fireproof vaults
lor valuables, is. W. cor. a ana fine sis.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. Special rates made on
goods In our through cars to ell domestic
and foreign porta. Main Stf. A lUfti.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. w e move and pack nouseno:u
goods and pianos and ehlp at reuueed
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving,
forwarding and distributing agents. Fine
trac4at;t Oiiice and warenouse, lotn and
Hoyt mis. Main 547, A
PACKING, SHIPPING. STORAGE!,
IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST.
Reduced freight rates to all narts.
MANNING "WAREHOUSE At MKANSFER
Main 703 9.h and Hoyt. A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Glisan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main t or A lltiu.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates in city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, 189 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7t J,
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
13. No profession offers equal opportuni
ty Catalogue free. C. Keane, pres. Dili
Market St., ban Francisco.
GREEN and dry stabwood, blockwood. Pan.
a ma Fuel Co.. Main 07-'O. A 3!99.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & iron Wks. 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLKil A Co., d and Taylor sta
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUS.SEN 4c CO., 2d and Taylor t.
PIPE. PIFE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. &4-MS Front su
PLUMBING AND STEAM SLI'PLIES.
M. L. KLINE & CU M-8i Front t.
PRINTERS ANI PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES A CO.. 1st and Oak ata,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVKRUI.SU & KAHRbLL, 14Q Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TIVLNe!
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and 'torlhrup.
' 8ASII, DOORS AND GLASS. " "
W. P. FULLER ic CO.. llith and Iavls.
MOTtOAN WAI.l, PVPKIt ( II.. ?0 ?rt St.
PORTLAND Marble Works, 266 4th St..
opposite City Hall, builders of memorials.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAM) AVE, M.
Between Davis and Everett,
Phones la.t 1432, B 2515. Uses 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
NEAR MAIN ..
SO x 125 KKKT.
O.XE OK THE FINEST WKST SIDE
ArAHTJltiAT M lliS IN PORTLAND.
Near Central Library
and Business Center.
at A Give-away price.
Will Exchange for Well-Located City
Property or Close-in Acreage.
No Phone Information.
.!(( M FLOOR HERY II I. IK J.
On Johnson street, near 21th., mod
ern 9-room house, hardwood. both
floors: hot water heating system, con
venient to all hospitals; ideal location
For price and terms unnlv to
E. HA BBKSH A.M. 3.U) Sherlock Bid-.
on Improved city and farm property at
current ratea. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. .Call
6C LARGE LOANS ON f0!
lO Bl'SINKa PROPERTIES O lO
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-219 Northwesters Bank. BuIIdias;.
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
ON IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTIES
Residence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent, Ac
cording to Location. Plenty of Money.
ROBERTSON & EWENTG
2Q7-S Northwestern Hank Bids;.
W K WILL BUILD AND FIWANCH
Flats and Apartments
in any part of the
city costing; from
(2000 to $20,000; pay.
rtm 111' n..
Call and see ua.
tf. K. BOWMAN SB CO,
1, Cesssseretal Cinfc Uullsl.a.
0H NORTHWESTERN BANK BjJ!IDINO
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rate.
MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION BONDS.
FARM AND CITV LOANS.
M Fo.it U St.. Board of Trade Bide. '
un hit ana rami propertlo in
Any Amount at Current Kate.
Oomw Fourth and ntark Btrssts.
Contractor who will accept uninciiniierd
lots In improved addition In payment can
have contract to erect several Ijouaes, one
tore building and church.
FIOIul.lTY REALTY Mc MORTGACK CO.,
v 604 Flatt Building-. i
Phone Marshall touiIO.
NEW GAKAtiE, 12x18. will sell cheap. 700 1
Eat A24 W K. 2aOa 12X8. Xtr a
A. , A
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
MOST MODERN IX AMKIIICA.
Perpetual Care Without Extra Charge, a
Feature Limited Solely to
. Mount Scott Park.
Originators and Leaders of HlRfh-Claaa
Cemetery and Crematorium
Service in Portland.
Its Beauty Singularly Appropriate Ita
Care Peculiarly SuKKesiive) of
Affection and Memory.
Ideally Located on Picturesque Mount
Scott, "Where Natures Peaceful
Quietude Lends an Influence
to Soften Sorrow."
Cemetery Auto 'Bus Meets Mount Scott
Cars at Lents and Cazadero Cars
at Watson Station Daily
Both Telephones. Terms Reasonable.
I'rk-M Ko II laker.
LA ROE. P10HM ANK.T. PARK LIKE.
ant amount a cumon sots
RKAL K ST ATE IiEATKIW.
BECK. William G., 813-.U0 Tallin bld
BENEDICT HROS., 130 Hawthorne ave.
BARRETT BKOS., 32 Board of Trade.
h'ttr feale Lota.
A G LUEN OPPG UTL MTV
offered responsible contractor who can
furnish rood ieierence. 1 have a chow e
lot in bt-Ht restricted district which 1 will
turn over to you to hulld on, takina- -ond
mortgage bak. No nhoentrinff artists
tied apply. A K 7-4U, Oreguuun.
A GOLDKN 0 1 J I7U ItTrN 1 T V
offered responsible contractor who can fur
nish sood rtjrerei.es. J hfetvo a choice lot
In bet restricted dlMrlet whi-h I will turn
over to you to build on. tiikiti ivecoiil
mortgufr tack. No shoe-string artists
ne-d apply. A E T4, Oregotuan. -
bKAU'flKUL view home-site, Wrst bide, be
fur, price only .i..u; $10 down. $5 per
month. On large tract like this you cn
rais; all your veKeia bls. berrle. etc .,
which i the greater part of your living.
M. E. Lee, 5P.' Corbott bldg.
FINE IOT in Irvlnmon, near :otti ana
Knott sts ; will take just what it stan.ls
mo; everything naid to date. AL J74.
PORTLAND B EIGHTS REAL KMT ATE.
See BROOK E. only exclusive dealer.
641 Montgomery Orive, Cor. El in tit.
Marshall 4K7 or A bH3M.
SNAP Beautiful lot 5oloo, 1 block of Ala
nieda Park, cnu. Phone WoodUwn
HAVE 1 J lots near Wi llinms avenue, close
. in. Assessed for ftl.uoo. 1m beautiful horae
Bite. Owner. A 13 7 . Or.-goni;in.
ROSE CITY "PARK lot. clear lacuraurance.
for raO. AV tf4, Orrgonlan.
For tSale -Beach Property.
UKACH HoME on the Necaulcuiit, half way
bet -a eeu Sanlde and Gearftart, facing the
ocean. For sale, or wiil trade for well lo
cated improved city property. Cor-
FOK ISALK Bayocean bungalow, 4 large
rooms and bath, thoroughly modern and .
up-to-date; fine view of ocean and bay ;
owner can save you dollars on comnili
slon. Box 13, Bayocean, Or.
FOR KALE Lot at Salt Air, Or.; 200 feet
to railroad station, finest beach resort la
Oregon, cash or terms; make me an of
fer. This is a fine place for a bummer
home. BF 77. Oregonian.
CAXN'ON BEACH lot T.OxlOO. good fishing,
hunting, $2V cash, $10 monthly; no Inter
est, no taxes. b'Ji) Chamber of Commerce.
Office open evenings.
i-HOOM bungalow that is completo in every
detail; there in nothing overlooked to ald
comfort and convenience of a. homo ; 0Ok
too lot. two blocks from car ; price U3m,
$10 cash, balance monthly, bee this be
fore you buy.
C. M. DKUR,
1100 Xortn western Bank Bldg
LIST OK UEi I K ABLE HOMES.
Before buying be sure to look at our
list of brand new, exquisite homes In LAU
KELHI'KST, the adidtion of beautiful
homes, ranging from $JuOO up; Laura. -hurst
Co., 2106 Stark n . or at tract of
f Ice In Laurelhurst, E. HSUh and Glisan sta.
6UNNVS1UE Strictly modern home; all
improvements In; Karagt; ;;oth, near Bel
mont; small payment, balance install
ments; Interest 4 per cent ; no mortga ge
to u'sumc ; consider good lot or moritHge
as tlrst payment. Henry C Pruuhomme,
u-8 Morgan btdg. ,
SN A P P I EST B I NG A I J V
ROSE CITY PARK.
nvfrj vu I f'A r rv .
Attractive 5-room bungalow, junt com
pleted; full cement basement, sleeping
porch, attic, Mtrictly modern ; you surety
will like this house, and the prx e In rea
sonable ; easy terms. Owner, Wood law u
on earth for $-Tuu, $Joo casii and $3T per
month, everything included, in best re
stricted district; " rooms, hardwood Moors,
fireplace and all built-in conveniences.
Can't wait for Spring buyers munt let go
quick. No agentd. K 734, oregontHii.
LAST 1 It V i N G T i i bungalow ; modern, &
rooms, 10 4 1" Tillamook ki.. hard -surface
street, full cement basement, large living
and dlnlng-ioom-H, fireplace, lititcri
kitchen, laii;e atti. lawn and ropes;
$.i. term. (H) borr E. Keasey it Co.,
'd floor Chamhei of Commerce.
N 1C (2 li tile -rnoin bunga low on the Vr t
hide, beautiful view tot. for only $."r,o.
$70 cash, $lo month. This In the hct
nome vh !ti.-i in t lie city. M. E. Le. .Vo
t orbett bldg.
TO aacrlf ice for about price of lot, 4-ro.nn
modern house, fine corner lot, beautiful
lawn, roses and shrubbery, close to A I -berta.
and I'nlon Ae. cars. Terms. Owner,
1102 E. Dth N.
I HAVE a nice little cottage on a lot with.
8 bearing fruit trees which I will sell to
a responsible party for $760 on eaay
terms; I am the owner and ran give you
a good buy. See me at biz Piatt bldg.
$25 DOWN, $20 month, which Includes In
terest. & rooms, bath, fireplace, buiit-m
conveniences, fixtures, shades, cement
idewaika. restricted district, W'ooditwa
EQUITY In house and lot; favorably lo
cated; caay payments; will discount
amount of equity for cash. Address room
61a. Oregorian bldg.
SPECIAL Two lots, fine view, 3 -room bun
galow, 20 minutes' car ride; best buy la
Portland: $:0u. $75 cash. $10 per ootn,
705 N. W. Bank bldg.
$ 1 000
$400 cash, 4 -room houe, gas light, good
corner lot, berries, fruit trees; .10 min
utes out. No agents. V 774. oregonian.
MODERN 6-room bungalow with fireplace
and built In conveniences; full basement;
forced on the market at $lbuO; full par
ticulars at t12 Piatt bldg.
SEVERAL KINK HOMES,
TRVINGTON, CHEAP ON E $17,000
FOR $12,000. EAST 27. W. ii. liEKU
MAN. PORTLAND HEIGHTS Very cozy bunga
low, two beautiful wooded lots, now omy
$4.'i0; small payment down, balance easy
terms. See owner, M'S Morgan bldg.
WILL sacrifice new 6-room bungalow,
hardwood floors, ail modern conveniences,
4 zititO. Owner. W 771, Oregonian
X HAVE a nice S-room house on 100x100, lt
bearing fruit trees, $100 ff taken at once.
'See owner, 601 Corbett bldg.
$2S30 NEW, modern double constructed 4
room bungalow at l.'Utti e. 13th st. North,
$:pm cash, balance like rent.
SWELL home, restricted dlntrlct, lot SOxloo.
h-room modern house, garden, roses, room
for garage.- B 10'ri after 6 p. M.
FOK SALE New modern 6-rooin bungalow
In Irvlngton. Unique In -design and cotn
plete In every detail. Phone E. 445.
PLANd $0 BUNGALOW PLAN BOOK, JOc.
A. H, KABER, ARCHITECT.
S60 Ainsworth ave. Phone Woodlawn 2B4.
NoT a large ad., but a big barge In In &
5-room bungalow. Inquire at liio5 Tilla
mook t. Phone C
WILL build to suit on easy terms; plans
free of charge. L 60S, Oregonian.
KE W, modern, 12-room house. In Irvlngtoa.
U H Ute. East 24i2.
FOR SALf cheap New houwe, email lot. at 1
240 Cook; ave., $lbuQ, ox rect $1& ntvatn
. n -.-
on earth lor $7oo, $Jin cash and per
month, everything included. In best re
stricted district; 5 room, hardwood floors,
fireplace and all built-in convenience.
Can't wait for Spring buyers must let go
quick. No agents. K 7.H. Oregonian.