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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1915)
THE -HORNING- OEEGONIAX. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915.
SENATOR WEEKS IS
Legislator Mentioned for
Presidency Reaches Here
t . on Way From Fair.
PARTY SUCCESS PREDICTED
Chicago's Mayoralty Election on
Xational Issues Is Regarded as
Sign - of Times and Forerun. .
ner of Republican Victory. -
John W. "Weeks, United States Sena
tor from Massachusetts, who is regard
ed as one of the possibilities for the
licpublican nomination for President,
is a visitor in Portland. Senator and
Mrs. Weeks arrived here yesterday on
the Shasta Limited from California,
where they have been seeing the expo
sitions, and according to the Senator,
enjoyinpr themselves thoroughly.
"No. I'd rather not discuss the Presi
dential situation," remarked the Sena
tor, as he obediently lined his tali,
massively-built form up on the sunny
side of a curb stone outside the depot
and looked pleasant while a couple of
hawk - eyed camera men snapped
photos. "And I am not out here in con
nection with any politics. My wife and
1 are Just taking a little pleasure trip
and having a good time.
Chicago's Vote Called Prophetic.
"The only thing I have to say as to
politics," he continued, taking back a
uouDie armiui or heavy cloaks, zero
temperature weight, which a reporter
nad held while lie stood for the pic
tures, "is that If the election were to
morrow, the Republicans would sweep
the country. They would literally
sweep the country. Nothing could stop
"How do you regard Republican
cnances in the next election? some
body asked him.
"it takes a mighty good man to be a
prophet," replied the Senator. "A lot
or things might happen in 18 months.
But " and he smiled quizzically, "that
Chicago election a few weeks ago was
very Bignincant. It was significant be.
cause it was fought out on National
Issues, and though, of course, the local
situation had a certain effect, it was
on National issues that a Republican
Mayor was elected by the heaviest ma
jority ever given a Mayoralty candi
date in the city.
Dmlnrw Conditions Compared.
"As to business conditions," added
the Senator, making a dash for some
baggage and pointing out the Hotel
Benson bus to his wife. "I have read
in the papers that bank .clearings in
the Pacific Northwest cities are 15 to
20 per cent lower than at this time
last year. That Just about expresses
conditions throughout the coifntry."
Senator Weeks is a large, robust man
who looks .even taller than he is be
cause of his erect carriage. He got
that as a midshipman at the Annapolis
Naval Academy, of which he is a grad
uate. He was a member of the House
of Representatives before being elected
to the United States Senate, in which
he Is serving his first term, ife is a
banker by profession.
As the Senator and Mrs. Weeks were
passing through the Union depot they
were greeted by Charles G. Wash
burn, ex-member of Congress from
Massachusetts, who was about to take
a train for Seattle.
Senator and Mrs. Weeks will leave
Portland today for Seattle, where Sen
ator Weeks has a brother, William C
Weks. They will return to Massachu
setts by the Canadian route.
DOUGLAS WORK ANNOUNCED
State to Build Connecting Link In
' ROSE BURG, Or.. May 3. (Special.)
That the Highway Commission will
place a crew of engineers, at work
within t,he next 10 days making a per
manent survey, of a new road to con
nect with the stretch of the Pacific
Highway recently completed in Cow
Crvek canyon and extending south
toward the Josephine County lines for
a distance of nearly four miles, was
announced by State Highway Engineer
Cantine upon his arrival in Roseburg
- "It In my purpose to spend most of
(he $20,000 recently appropriated by
the state for road work in Douglas
County in constructing a new high
way through Cow Creek canvon," said
Mr. Cantine.. "With the four miles of
new road which I propose to build
this year completed and open to traffic
the heretofore mountainous part of
Cow Creek canyon will be entirely
eliminated. The road which T pro
pose to build will be 24 feet wide and
will be of standard construction-''
PRESS CLUB BILLS SONGS
l-'irst Tuesday Xoon Hour Pro
gramme Is Scheduled.
The Portland Press Club's first Tues
day noon hour' programme will be
given today, and for the occasion sev
eral special features have been pro
vided. Ned Nestor and his "nine
sweethearts," of the Empress Theater.,
will sing some lively eongs and other
musical numbers will be given by
Misses McBride and Lyons.
The affair will begin at 12 o'clock
and continue until 1 o'clock or later.
Members are urged by President Sulli
van to be on hand. S. D. Vincent will
be chairman of the day.
Canadian Carline Cheapens Tare.
VANCOUVER. B. C. May 3. To meet
S-ccnt motor bus competition the Brit
ish Columbia Electric Railway today
announced a cut in fares, allowing
eight tickets for 1!5 cents. These ticket.'
will not be good for transfers; 5 eentr
straight will be charged when trans
fers are asked.
Cordova Gets Big Shipment.
CORDOVA, Alaska, May 3. One n!
the largest shipments of coppor or
ever received from Nennecott and Mc
Carthy Creek was brought in today ir.
a train of 25 cars for trans-shipmen'.
to the smelter at Tacoma. The ship
ments consisted of 12Sn tons of ore
valued at more than $300,000.
Aiilnnd Votes to Amend Charter-
ASHLAND. Or.. May 3. (Special.)
At a special election today to amend
the city charter, the proposition was
carried by nearly 500 majority. The
measure deals particularly with certain
phases of the auxiliary water system's
expenditures in connection with the
$173,000 bond issue.
A sJx-mlle tunnel which will be br
through mountains near Denver, Colo.. w
shorten a railroad 23 miles and reduce tl
wo.i.on fioiu 11.6U0 feet to oCQ feet.
MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR, PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITY, WHO
VISITED PORTLAND YESTERDAY.
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T. R. TO TESTIFY AGAIN
COLO.VEL ALLOWED TO TELL OK
FACTS NOT IX PLEADINGS.
William narnes Takes Stand aa Wit
ness for Roosevelt When. Called
Concerning Newspaper Holdings.
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SYRACUSE, N. Y., May 3. Theodore
Roosevelt again will go upon the wit
ness stand in the SupAmeCourt here
tomorrow, and the ' prospects tonight
were that William Barnes would either
precede or follow him. plans to these
ends were made today by counsel for
the respective principals in Br. Barnes'
libel suit, after many witnesses had
testified for the defense. . It was not
considered likely that' either the ex-
fresldent or the former chairman of
the Republican state committee would
testify for any extended period.
Colonel Roosevelt, under a new rul
ing of the court, will be allowed to
testify in regard to facts not set forth
in the pleadings in mitigation of dam
ages. And he may produce evidence
designed to show that he held no mal
ice for Mr. Barnes at the time he de
livered speeches in which the plaintiff
Mr. Barnes was actually called as a
witness for the defense today after
Franklin Craley, secretary and treas
urer of the Albany Journal Company,
had sworn that books of the corpora
tion which he was asked about were
in the possession of the plaintiff. Mr.
Barnes was to testify in regard to how
much stock he owned in the Journal
company, and possibly other things.
He was on his way to the witness chair
when Justice Andrews, presiding, sug
gested that it might be a good idea to
have Mr. Barnes get the books in ques
tion, which counsel said were in a
local hotel. Mr. Barnes was Instructed
to bring the books to court in the
Walter T. Arndt. of New York, a
newspaper correspondent, swore that
Mr. Barnes had told him In 1911 he had
received a message from Charles K.
Murphy, of Tammany Hall, that a di
rect primaries bill then before the
Legislature was likely to pass unless
the Republicans united with the Dem
ocrats, and that the Tammany leader
had asked the plaintiff's help. Mr.
Barnes was quoted as saying that the
Democrats were in control at Albany
and that Mr. Murphy could "pull his
own chestnuts out of the fire."
" DUE TO ARRIVE.
Name. From Date.
Northern Pacific. San Franrlseo Indef'te
Boaver Los Angeles ... In port
Roanoke San Dlt-go .In port
Breakwater. . . .Coos Bay In oort
Geo. V. I-IUier. Eureka May 7
Rose City Los Angelea Alay 7
Yucatan Ban Dteiro . . .May ft
Bear L.os Angeles May 1
DUE TO DEPART. -Name.
Tama I pals San Francisco.
Harvard a. t to L. A.. .
Roanoke San Diego
Breakwater .Coos Bay
Yale S. F. to L. A. . .
SantA Barbara. Sah Francisco.
Beaver. . . .
Lo Angeles. . ,
. Jios A UK lea. . .
. San Diego. . . .
. .Stan Dieco. . . .
Willamette. . .
Geo. W. Elder.
Ios Angeles. . ,
San Diego. . . .
. . . . . I -os Angeles . . .
San Diego ....
San Diego ....
Port land-Atlantic Service.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
. J une
Santa Cecelia. . . . New York . .
. . .New York . .
M Innepotan . . .
Santa Cruz. . . .
. . 2s ew i ork . .
. . New York. .
. . New York . .
. . New York. .
. . .New York. .
DUE TO DEPART.
American New York
(owan New York
anta Cecelia. . . . New Y ork
Mlnnesotan New York
Penneylvanlan . . . New York
Jhian New York. ......
Santa Cruz New York
Steamers well known in Portland are
being taken for the Mexican trade, and in
lddltion to the Klamath, of the McCormlck
"leet. which has carried two cargoes of lum
ber from here to Guaymaa, the Grace Dol
lar, Rosalie Mahony, O. M. Clark, Fairhaven
nL Solano are in service.
Leaving Coos Bay about 1 o'clock Sunday
ternoon the steamer Breakwater, Captain
Macgenn, arrived here before 1 o'clock yea
.erriay. Her skipper says she can do better
vithaut much coaxing.
Captain John Reed, who la known to al
noet every mariner on the Coast and river
cause of his former connection with the
"olumbla River bar fleet, Is a proud sklp
er three days aboard hts present charge,
he Government dredge Col. P. 8. Mlchie.
vhirh is receiving finishing touches at the
i.iamette iron at Steel Works. The ves
1 has heen nverhnclert while here, besides
a vlr.a- important changes made in the way
f increasing her boiler capacity, and will
;t away in a day or two for Coos Bay to
f sume dredging on that bar.
According to a report from Captain No
.ander, of the steamer Bear, made to Robert
barrack. Inspector - of the 17th lighthouse
district, buoy No. 12, marking Clatsop Spit,
was adrift Sunday, though it had gotten
away April 30 and was found by the tender
Manranita, which returned it to its station.
In place of the steamer Joseph Kellogg,
which left last night for Maryhtll to- take
residents of that city to the Celllo Canal,
the t earner Georgia Burton was sent to
Cowlitz River points yesterday and will
make the same Journey tomorrow..
While patrolling the river yesterday Har
bormaster Spefer picked up a skiff reported
stolen by the owner, Everett Brockway, of
ft!8 Upshur street. The skiff was located nt
Irving dock and a fisherman seated therein
said he found it "swimming in the river.'
Most of the deckload of the schooner Reso
lute, loading at the North Pacific Lumber
Company's plant for Sydney, Is aboard, and
she should be getting away shortly.
After loading aome lumber at Inman
Poulsen's, the steamer Tamalpals left the
harbor last night for Rainier to finish.
Xews From Oregon Torts.
ASTORIA, Or., May 3. (Special.) The
steam schooner Celilo sailed this morning
for San Podro with a cargo of lumber from
The steamer Breakwater arrived this
morning from Coos Bay with freight and
passengers for Astoria and Portland. She
has changed her schedule and In the future
'.v ill arrive on Monday and sail on Thursday-
The steamer Roanoke arrived about 2
o'clock this morning from Kan Francisco
and San Pedro with freight and passengers
for Astoria and Portland. She was several
hour? late on account of the strong head
winds. The Columbia River Packers" Association
received a wireless message from the can
nery ship St. Nicholas stating that on May
2 the ship was 40 miles off t'nimak Pass
and all on board were well.
No. 12 buoy, at the mouth of the river,
drifted during the recent blow a distance of
fully half a mile from its location.
A wireless message received this morn
ing by the Columbia River Packers Asso
ciation from the ship Reuse stated that
yesterday the vessel was off Cape Castle at
the mouth of Chignik Bay, her destination.
All on hoard were well.
The tank steamer Oleum arrived this
morning from California with fuel oil for
The steam schooner Dsfsy Putnam sailed
this evening with cargo from Portland.
COOS BAY, Or.. May 3. (Special.) The
tug KMhyam, of Bandon sailed in the fore
noon from this port for Bandon w ith
barges of apparatus for the Puget Sound
Bridge & Dredge Company.
The steamship Geo. W. KIder arrived
from Portland at noon and sailed for Eu
reka tonight at 11 o'clock. The Elder had
a full list of passengers.
Two small gasoline schooners left today
with dredging apparatus for the dredge
Seattle, en route .to Bandon. which is but
0 miles by sea.
The steamer Adeline Smith, of the Coos
Bay Lumber Company, arrived this morn
ing at 3'O'clock from San Francisco.
The Swayne & Hoyt Company announce
a trip of the Daisv Freeman from San
Francisco to Cooa Bay. to bring freight
which the C. A. Pmfth vessels are not
bringing, owing to the Nann Smith making
San Pedro on the trip which started yes
terday. Arriving this morning at 6 o'clock, the
steamer Speedwell Is loading lumber and
ties for San Ffanclcco and will sail Tuesday
at 2 P. M.
The gasoline schooner Tillamook sailed to
day at 11 in the morning and will call at
Gardiner en route to Portland.
Arriving today at 1 ::t. the steam
schooner Tell ows tone brought cement and
general freight for Coos Bay. which had
been long overdue. The Yellewstone will
ship lumber at North Bend.
Returning last night from the Sfuslaw
River, the gasoline schooner Roamer is
loading freight brought in recently by the
Breakwater and other vessels for a trip to
Florence and Acme.
The tug Cleaner returned in th after
noon from the Sluslaw River and pniled
from Marshfield at 6 P. M. with the dredge
Seattle, for Bandon. being the last of the
Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging Company's
outfit that had been engaged here on dredg
ing since January. 1013.
Movements of Vessels.
' PORTLAND, May 3. Arrived Steamers
Roanoke, from San Diego end way ports;
Breakwater. from Coos Bay. Sailed
Steamer Daisy Putnam, for San Francisco.
Astoria. May 3. Arrived at mldnluht ana
left up at 2 A. M. Steamer Roanoke, from
San Diego and way ports. Arrived at 4J:30
and left up at 4 A. M. Steamer Break
water, from Coos Bay. Sailed nt - A. M.
Steamer Celilo, for San Pedro via San Fran
ciscco. Seattle. May 2. Ship Berlin reported at
8 P. M. 38 miles eaat of Unlmah Pass, from
Portland, for Nushagnk.
San Pedro. May 3. Sailed steamer Rose
City, for Portland via San Francisco.
San Francisco. May 3. Arrived Steam
ers Avalon. from Willapa ; CI a rem on t. from
Grays Harbor: Manchuria, from Hongkong.
Sailed Steamer Asuncion, for Vancouver.
Hankow, May 1. Sailed Javary. for Ta
coma. Manila. 'May 1. Sailed Steamer Pan
ama Maru, for Tacoma.
Seattle. Mav 3. Arrived Steamers Ad
miral Schley, from San Francisco: Spokane.
from soutneastern AiasKa; uanaa.i .Maru
Japanese) . from Hongkong. SaMed
Steamers Jefferson, Despatch, for South
eastern Alaska ; U. S. cableship Burnside.
New London Mav s. Arrived steamer
Bessie Dollar. Victoria. B. C.
T1de at Astoria Tuesday.
:56 A. M S.8 feet!l1:l0 A. M 0.6 foot
5:62 P. M.. . .6.8 feet11:2S P. M 3.6 feet
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All poitlon reported at 8 P. M., May 3,
UDleft. otherwise ilenis-nated).
Moffelt. Balboa for tJan Francisco. 1140
miles south of Pan Francisco May '2.
Minnesotan, 8S5 miles south of San Pedro
Astec. Balboa for San Francisco, at San
Bias. Mexico, May 2.
San Jose. Balboa for San Francisco, 32
miles east of Cape Lucas May 2.
. Hattie Luckenhach, San Francisco for
New York, 513 miles south of San Pedro
Arollne. San Francisco for San Pedro, ' Id
miles south of Piedras Blancts.
Congress. San Pedro for San Francisco, off
Rose city. San Pedro for San Francisco,
1. miles east of Point Concepcion.
Santa Cruz, 30 miles west of San Pedro.
t'oronado, San Pedro for San Francisco,
five miles north Point Vincent.
Wapama, San Francisco for Portland, off
Celilo, Astoria for San Francisco. 15 miles
north of Cape Blanco.
ORDERED TO EAST
Officer Now Here Will Direct
Work of Second Engineer
SPECULATION GROWS RIFE
Who Will Succeed Army Man as
"Head of Portland Division Is
Question Colonel Mor
row's Friends Guessing.
WASHINGTON, May S. Lieutenant
Colonel Charles H. SicKinstry, In charge,
of the second Portland, Or, engineer
ing district, has been ordered to New
York City to direct the work of the
second engineering- district, in succes
sion to Colonel S. W. Itoessler, retired.
' Speculation Is being indulged in among
those in touch with river and harbor
Improvement work as to who will suc
ceed Colonel McKinstry and what the
organization will be here In the future.
In regard to the first question, it is
thought certain that the officer to fol
low will be a Colonel of Engineers, and
that his sole responsibilities will be
that of division engineer, being respon
sible for the first Portland district, now
In charge of Lieutenant-Colonel Mor
row: of the second Portland district,
which is expected to be turned over to
Major Jewett, who came here in March
from Washington as military assistant
to Colonel McKinstry, and the Wash
ington district, embracing all work in
that state, in charge of Lieutenant
One argument in favor of that lineup
Is an officer in charge of either the first
or second districts here has too many
responsibilities to give the attention de
manded to the inspection of other work
that must be reported by him as di
vision engineer. Previous to the com
ing of Colonel McKinstry a year ago in
January the division engineer for the
entire Coast was stationed at San Fran
cisco, and his duties were diminished so
that he has to do only with California,
Colonel McKinstry looking after Ore
gon, Washington and Idaho projects.
In addition to that change friends of
Colonel Morrow are wondering if he
will remain here after September, as
there are guesses being made that he
will be one member named on the War
College staff. Not including about eight
months passed on special duty on the
Alaska commission, at Port Leaven
worth for special instruction and such
details, he has served actually about
four and a half years here, his appoint
ment dating from March, 1910. In the
event he is ordered East It is believed
that he will be succeeded by an officer
of lesser rank, probably that of Major.
Colonel Koessler, whom Colonel Mc
Klnstrif is to succeed at New York, was
in charge of the Portland district sev
eral years ago. having served more
than a year here, and was succeeded by
Colonel Mclndoe, who remained five
years, and was followed by Colonel Mc
Kinstry, on being ordered to Manila on
PORTMVD TO REACH CUBA
American-Hawaiian Makes Move to
Benefit Coast Producers.
Unofficial advices from San Francisco
are that the American-Hawaiian line
is completing negotiations through
which cargo can be accepted at any
Pacific Coast port for Havana, Cuba,
the company to issue direct bills of
lading. The freight will be handled
through an arrangement with the well
known Ward line of steamers, being
transferred from the Canal liners on
the Atlantic side.
The Ward line has two to three sail
ings a week from New York to Havana.
Because steamer service between the
West Indies and Europe was interfered
with through the war, Cuban merchants
have turned to the United States for
many necessities, and Pacific Coast
canned goods, fruits and the like are
said to be in active demand there these
days. The arrangement will apply
from any port between Puget Sound
and San Diego touched by the American-Hawaiian
line and full details are
looked for here shortly.
EAST SIDE. DOCK FINISHED
Engineer Pronounces West Side
Structure Best of Construction.
Municipal Dock No. 2, located on the
East Side, between East Washington
and East Oak streets, is finished and
may be accepted by the Commission of
Public t)ocks at Thursday's meeting.
It is understood that there has not
been a complete settlement with the
contractors, but if that is attended to
Thursday the formal opening of the
dock may take place Saturday.
H. K. Seltzer, engineer of construc
tion of the Unior. Bridge & Construc
tion Company, which firm built the
foundations of the O.-W. R. & N. and
Broadway bridges. Inspected Municipal
Dock No. 1 yesterday and pronounced
the work there excellent. He was
particularly interetsed in the equip
ment for handling cargo and the fender
system In the slip and said he had not
seen a more substantial job of the same
AMERICA WANTED IX NORTH
East Propeller Here Is Inspected
Witlv View to New Service.
Puget Sound steamboat Interests are
casting envious eyes on the steamer
America, which operates on the Wil
lamette Slough route and under the
same -rlag as the lralda. Negotiations
are under way for her sale as a result
of an inspection made Sunday by a
marine architect from the north who
represents a transportation concern
arxious to add the America to its fleet.
Changes made on the vessel last season
improved her speed and facilities mate
rially. There is talk that in the event the
Lvessel is sold she may be replaced by
a speedy sternwneeier. me America
was not on the market, but in casting
about for a suitable vessel for a Puget
Sound run she was picked out as the
most desirable and negotiations fol
lowed. CAPT. MATH IE IS EXCHANGED
Skipper of Big: Tramp Given One
Mark Daily by Germans.
' Friends of Captain Mathie, who first
became acquainted here when he came
as master of the Wier steamer Kumeric
and later shifted his belongings to the
Luceric, finally being given command
of a new ship, the British steamer Gif
ford, have learned that some time after
his vessel was Interned at Hamburg,
where she arrived just before the war
was declared, he was exchanged and
returned to England. Mrs. Mathie and
her sister, who were also aboard the
Clifford, having been allowed to leave
Reports reaching here are that Cap-
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
PHOS1PI bERVICB at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCOHOION. knife aud box pleating, plcot
lns;. hemstitching-, braiding, embroidering.
Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co, 86 oth at.
Mali ordera promptly attended to.
K.. STEPHAS Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, gooua
sponged, mall orders. ttb3 Alder. M W37a.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142i 2d. Ould.
sliver and platinum bought.
J. S1LFORD NKLSOX, lawyer, removed to
18 Plttock block. Main 7591. Consultation
HAM. & FLIEDNER. lawyers: consultations
free. iiOg-w Fllediier bide. Mar. 3SOT.
NORTHWEST KUG CO. Kugs from old car
pets, rag rugs. 188 E. 8th. Both phones.
CELLIIOIP BUTTONS. BADGES.
THE lRWIN-HOrjHON COMPANY.
3S7 Washington st. Main 81 and A 1254.
William, Estelie and William. Jr.. Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 30' Uerlinger bldg.. s. W. corner
2-1 and Alder. Phont Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Office Filedner blag. Main 373.
LH. ETHEL A. SACBY. painless chiropodist,
506 Panama bldg. Phone Main 9068.
EASTtl HN grad. Chiropodist, manicurist. 20
Macleay bldg. Marshall 885J.
Dr. Poulson, specialist In paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 850 Plttock blk. M. 8414.
UK. M'MAHON, th year. Chronic cases tak
ing time. 31 treatments. 115. 121 4th ft
CLEAN INU AND PRESSING.
DREHS SUITS for rent. We press on su't
each week for II. CO per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
800 Stark at., bet. 5th and 6th. Main 514.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
42i Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 40.
ADTO AND Bl'UGI TOW.
DUBRD1LLS BUUUY TOP CO.. 200 2d St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage A Omnlbua Transfer. Park A UaTls.
Royal Bakery Cost., Inc.. 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHAKL, 13th and Burnside.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CRUWtJ at CO.. 44 Fourth St.
DKYGOODS, NOTIONS, FURNISHINGS.
KLEISCHNKR, MAYER CO., 07 Ash st.
Stubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Pine ats.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front it Marshall.
H M. HOUSE R. Board of Trade bldg.
tain Mathie was transferred from his
ship to a detention camp and assigned
a task of dis'gingr poetholes. For some
reason he was allowed one mark (20
cents) a day by the Ucrman govern
ment, and as he is said to have written
that he lost 20 pounds while engaged
in the labor, his friends tilonfr the beach
think he was poorly paid. First Oflieer
Commings, who was with Captain Ma
thie on the Kumeric and Luceric, is re
ported to be in chaste of a mine
sweeper in the North Sea.
TEAL FLIES TO L-EAVISTOX
Steamboat Service Krom Tidewater
to Interior Starts Thursday.
Direct service between Portland nd
Lewiston is to be inaugurated by the
steamer J. N. Teal Thursday, announce
ment having been made yesterday that
she would maintain a weekly service,
at first, and possibly the steamer Inland
Empire will ply as far as Arlington,
though that has not been given out.
The steamer State of Washington is to
remain on the Portland-.The Dalles
route, leaving here at 11 o'clock at
night as in the past.
On leaving here tonight the State of
Washington will have a number of pas
sengers bound for the celebration at
The Dalles-Olilo canal opening, and
Instead of ending her trip at The Dalles
the vessel will continue to the Big
Kddy, arriving there about 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning. She Is due to leave
on the return at 3 o'clock in the after
noon for Portland, arriving that night.
Some of the salmon catch is being han
dled from Celilo by water, freight that
In the past moved by express over the
Captain Pearson on Chinook.
ASTORIA, Or., May 3.' (Special.)
Captain Pearson has arried from Port
land to assume the position of mate on
the dredge Chinook. Captain Sanders,
formerly of the British schooner David
Evans. Is now second mate of the craft.
The dredge washed boilers today, and
will proceed to the mouth of the river
to resume operations on the bar tomor
row morning. The new pump to re
place the one recently broken ia ex
pected to arrive the latter part of the
Astoria Gets Alaska. Line.
ASTORIA, Or., May 3. (Special.)
Captain H. C. Bradford, of Seattle, traf-
nc manager or tne uoroer Line Trans
portation Company, Is in the city ar
ranging for the establishment of a line
of steamers between Astoria and points
in Southeastern Alaska. The steamer
Despatch will inaugurate the line, load
ing at the Sanborn dock tiext Friday,
and there will be sailings once a month
Minnesota Soon to Be on Run Again.
SEATTLE. Wash.. May 3. The Great
Northern Steamship Company says that
its liner Minnesota, which grounded re
cently on a ehoal of the Inland sea of
Japan and is undergoing repairs at
Nagasaki, will be on her run again .in
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
LANCSTON-GHBEN James J. Langston.
m, -Jii Third street, and Edith Anna Oheen.
Ul, 31;: Clay street. -
MELBT To Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Melby.
1501 Alameda Drive. April 11. a son.
BUXMAN To Mr. and Mrs. John Bux
man. 207 East Fifty-third street, .April 19,
FERGUSON To Mr. and Mrs. William U.
Ferguson, bOO Hancock street. April 13, a
KUHLMAN To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H.
Kuhlman, 84S East Twenty-fifth street,
April 28, a son.
JEXKINSON To Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Jenkinson. 1481 Moore street, April 3, a
HOWE To Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Howe. B81 East Eightieth street North.
April 7, a daughter.
SEARS To Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Sears. 1013
Gln-dstone avenue. April 8, a daughter.
LENO.V To Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lenon. 321
Eaat Forty-aixth street. April 9, a daughter.
Albany Ile&ldent, III, Returns.
ALBANY, Or.. May 3. (Special.)
Having been seriously ill at Los An
geles for several weeks, M. J. Cam
eron, a prominent resident of this city,
returned to hts home here yesterday.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Cameron
and his daughter, Mrs. Bessie Simp
son. 'Governor Brumtn?h'i first official dinner
was the first "ory" one in the Pennsyl
vania mansion for a quarter of a century.
The strongest drink served was a "sweet
About all you can say for some men
Is that they are punctual.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
fcshort Methods." short Adjustment Co .
&26 N. V. Hanfc bldg. Phone Main U74.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 17wi
No collection, no charge. Established lO0.
HEATHS SCHOOL Lessons dally; classes
lues, Friday evenings, b to 10. lo9 2d St..
bet. Wash In cto n and ijiart. Lttiuni 20c
DETECT! E AGENCIES.
P1NKERTON & CO. U.S.DETECTI VE AtiCT
Established over 30 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on Indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free, of
fices 412-U Lumbermen s Bauk bldg.
Phone Main 7741.
KY E. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Treatment by specialists; glasses fined Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 617 Dekum bldg.. 3d Si Wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, soid, rented
and repaired. Wo do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed
H. M. H. Electric Co. 31 1st St. N. Phone
Main yjilO. -
HATS. CLEANING AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked and bleached 75c; straws
St felts ofc. Kaufman's, b& 3d St. nr. btark.
LAWK MOWERS SHARPENED.
LAWN MOWER expert, worked called for
and guaranteed, satisfaction or no pay.
Perry L. Muuson. 'labor &1U2.
MLSS ENGER SERVICE.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Molorcyclea and
bicycles. Phona Main 63, A 21S3.
MODEL AND DYE WORKS.
bPECIALTY machina work, designing, model
maJclng, repairing; correspondence aolieit
a. Armatrung Mlg. Co.. 4-i sl. Main Q7'J.
Emll Thielhorn, violin teacher; pupil Sevcik
207 Filedner bldg. A 41bo. Marshall lt2'l'
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, nerv.
oua, chronic diaeaaee. 6U4 Oregonlan bldg.
OPTOMETRISTS AN I 0 PT I CI A Vs.
FIGHT on high prices.
pay j to li for
when I can fit
your eies with f I rst-ti ua lit x
lenses, gold-filled frames as low as Sl.An?
C. W. Goodman, 2oO Morrison. Mail orders
promptly filled. Writa for particulars.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
WADHAMS & CO., i(-.6 Fourth at.
HAIS AND CAPS).
THANH Al'SE ic HAT CO.. M-66 Front.
HLDLrt. WOOL, lASt tKA BAJUa.
K A HN BROS., lttl Front it.
McNKFF BROa.. OH WORCLdTER BLDQ
Main 68bl. Phones A 1178
pacific iron works.
STRUCTURAL fcTELll. PLANT,
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE HUPPLIES
C11AS. U. MASTICK it CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps; mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA NVckwear Mfg. Co., t3 Flttn st.
BR.IPPKAW HHPS., Morrison and 7th t.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
laily and handM.
One tlmn lie
turao ud two consecutive timet..... 'i'c
Same aU three couecutive time 30c
&ume ul his or Neven consecutive time 66c
'I'lte Hbuve rate apply to advertien.nt
amlrr "fw Twiuy" mid all other clatMifica
tionit except the foMowinir:
MtojtttoiiM M anted Matt.
Situations M'unted Female.
For Kent. 1 too ran 1'rivate Fa mill.
Hoard aud 1 too run, private 1- itraiiir-M.
llouHekecptnif Koom, 1'rivute Families.
Kate on tne above clattaii ieationit i 1 cent
a line each innertion.
On "charge" advertisements charge will be
based on tne number of line upitcarinic In
the paper, regardless of the n urn Iter of words
in each line. Minimum charge, two lines.
The Orrfionian wiil accept classified ad
vertisements over t he telephoue, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the following dv.
nether ubsetuent advert isemeuts will be
accepted over the phone depeiidn anon the
proiii.fttness of puyment of telephone adver
tisements. XittuMions wanted and Personul
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for Sale, "Busi-nt-ss
Opportunities. "Itoomiug; Houses" sud
"Wanted to Kent.
Tile Oregouian will not graarante acra
nwy or assume responsibility for errors occurring-
In telephone advertisements.
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be In The Oregon ian office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except Saturday,
t'loslnjr hour for The Sunday Oregonlan will
be o'clock. Sutnrdajr night. The of Ho
will be opeu until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual,
and all ads received too late for prMr
clusairication will be run under the beading
"Too Late to Classify.'
Telephone Main 70.0. A 6095.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFT.
bCKEEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House, 1 6 P rk
at. Piano, Turkish Kugs and Furniture, fisle
at 10 A. M.
COMRADES AND OL.D SOI--D1KRS,
ou are rsquested to at
tend the funeral of Comrade
11 ltllard VJench, private '-o. K,
17th Regt. Michigan Infantry
today t Tuesday) at 2 o'clock.
May 4, 115, at F. 8. Dunning's
uarlors. Kast 6th and Alder ats.
T. H. 8TEVENH, Corn.
J. W. OUIUBttE, Adjt.
KIRKPATRICK COUNCTU NO. 2227.
KMOHTii AND LAD1KS OK SECURITY.
Grand opening picnto, Crystal Lske Pnrk.
MilwRukie, tiunday. May t. Big programme,
contents, races, baseball, K1rkpntri-k IStsrs
vs. Maccabees. Royal Purple iladlea) vs.
Portland. Dancing afternoon and evening.
Best union music (4 pieces). Admission
grounds 10 cents, children under lO years
free. Come for a good time.
HAWTHORNE LO DOB NO.
111. A- F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Tuesday)
evening at 8 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. An address on Masonry
will be delivered by Past Master
Stryker. .Refreshments. Visiting
O. E. MILLER, bee.
OREOOV LODGE OF PER
FECTION NO. 1, A. AND A. S.
V.V ditorlum. Scottish Rite Cnthe-
y sT Work in 14th decree. Py order
ffiL j'SX YEN. MABTKK.
IMPERIAL LODGE NO.
A. K. AND A. M. Special com
munlrtation this (Tuesday) even
ing. May 4. 7: 30 o'clook, Masontc
Temple. M. M. degree. Visitors
B. F. BOY DEV. W. M.
W. P. A N D K US, Sec.
ERY NO. 15 Hpeclal conclave
Tuesday evening. 7 :.lu. Work,
order of the Temple. Drill at
7 o'clock sharp. V 11 ting Sir
Knights courteously invited to
ROBERT MARTY N, Recorder.
PORTLAND CHAPTER NO. 97. O.
K. S. Stated communication this
(Tuesday evening. :i34 Jtuseell st.
Degrees. By order of the V . M.
ANNA U DUDLEY", Sec.
EXTRA Emblem Jewelry of all kinds; spe
cial designs made. Jaeger Bros., Jewelers.
RODGERS Tn this city. May 3. Mollis
Rodders aged J3 years ti months 13 days.
Deceased is survived by a fattier In New
port, On., on- brother Gus Hub), und
two sisters. Mrs. f.. Russo and Mrs. Van
Lone, all of tills city. Remains are at the
parlors of the 8k ewes Undertaking Co..
corner Third and Clay. Funeral notice
PA QUE The funeral of Mrs. Willis mens
I;ique, aa-ed 07 years, motlier of John .1.
Paque. will be held at St. Mary's Church
at Williams avenue and fctantun irt-t,
Wednesday. May 8:30 A. M. Friends
are Invited. I n torment M ount alvar
Ometfry. Remains at A. R. 7-ellar to.
parlors. Will in ma avenue. Davenport, la.,
and Moline. HI., papers please copy.
HEFFELFINOER May 2. at 21H Orand
ave tiuy 8. Hef felf tnger, aed 20 years,
son of Khan Het felf inger. Funeral no
tice later. Remains at A. R. Zeller Co.'s
parlors, 592 Williams ave.
L)U. It. ft. NORTH RI P. : 0X .Morgan bldg .
cor. Hruadway and Wsshtngtou st. Offlca
phone. Main 34; residence. Last 1023.
li. C. WRIGHT years' practice, U. si.
and foreign palents. il Dekum bldg.
BTliJN'S LOAN OFFICE,
-id KOKTH GTH ST.
i'OKThAND WuuD i'li'K LU. Fctory and
ottn: nettr IMih nl iirk a La. Main &4hi.
Kl BBKR KTA1IPS, hKALS, 11KAM4 HK.NS.
PACIFIC COAtsT XSTAAII WOUKl.
231 Mli at. t'liooe Main TIP and A 2710.
STOKAOE A.VD TR ANtSl EK.
C. O. PICK. Transfer dc btorag Co. Off ic
lid commodlout 4-story brkk Marthouiv,
a? partita trot room and fireproof nut
lor valuables N. W. cor. 2j and Pine st.
pi,noa. and turnitur moved and packed
lor ahiiiinent- ociai rules iiiu6 on
t.ood In our tltruuit h curs to nil draesU
and loielgn ports. Main 6JU. A lHJft.
OLbUN TKANbVKK CO.
New iiiupruc! u.;enuuti with separate
rooms. V mov and pack houehoitA
Coudi ana pianos and siiip at reduced,
rate. Auto vans and teams for moving,
forwarding and distributing agents. Kln
trackage. Office aud wavmnou.it, 10tb aud
Hoyt "La. Main f47. A
PACKING. SHIPPJNt;. STORAGE,
IT PAYS TO CJKT TJIB UbftT.
rirciuced freight rates to aa parts.
MANNING WAHEHol'SE &. TKANsFER
COW PAN Y,
Main 703 Pth and liyt, A 221 4.
OitKUOX TKANSFKK CO.. 47- t.Uaan at.,
'or. 13tli. Teiepliou Main '. or A 1 Hi'J.
Wn ow n and operate two large claas "A"
wareliouaea on terminal tianva. Lowit
insurance rats In city.
MAUI HON ST. UOCIC AND W A K k llOl K
Office. lKt Madtaon. Utiier! nirchatnriii
and forward i n c aginta. I'U on Main 7l 1 .
Y KT I. K I N A ft V hC 1 1 OO L.
is. K. VKTKKINAHV COU.lX.i-; begin hept,
l.'t. N o profession offers mj um 1 upportuul
ty. Catalogue f r. C. Keane, praa. la It
M arket at., faun Kraiulnco. .
CiKKKN snd dry :Hb A-ori. blm-kunod. Pan
a ma. Fuel Co.. Main 0720, A
OHNAMENTAI. IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire He Iron W ks. yd 4t Columbia.
PAINTS AND LI HRUlil'INO-Ollj
W. p. fuller Co.. .d snd Tayior a:a.
FAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUKnfc;N at Co.. ad and Taylor ats.
PIPE. PIPE FITTING SA N D V aXY e5T"
M. U K1.INK. M-M Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES).
M. L. KLINE. A CO.. b4-m Front st.
PRINTERS AND I'l BLISII Kits.
F. W. BALTES A CO.. 1st and Oa ats.
I'RODl CK (Oil M ISMON M ERCIIANTS.
E VERDI NO At FAIillELL. Ho Front St.
HOPE AND BINDING TWINE,
and Coroage Co., 1-atli and Northrup.
SABII, DUORS AND GLASS.
P. FULLER & CO., lain and Dsvls.
M"1"1'.V WAI.I. I'APKU I p.. jWM t.
MKNCH In this city, April 5. ut th fsrn
ily residence. 14.8 Ehui Hovt ft., llilliai-d
Mench, i years lu mom hs and 7 fiiiyn.
hushand of lr-. M irv K. Mrm-h. fallifr of
Mr. J. .1. Tichfnor, Mrs. J. liinm-Iiard and
Aroen K. Mem-h. nt this Uy. and Mrs.
l-rt Wibdoin, of Pend let on, r ; lrm hr
ol Mrs. Ioiierd Khull. of i'uah(ip, ;inh.;
Mrs. William Finch, of Katun Its phis,
M 1 h. ; J li n and I u ve Mench. of i Htxl
Uuplds. M ich. The funeral st-rvh ? w t.i
be held at iho cnnTvtory cltapol of
F. H. ijunning, Inc., Kant tlJo fun'r.i di
rectors. 414 East Aider street, st a I ' M.
today Tueda t. Friends invited. Inter
ment Itosi City cenit try.
PEDDYCORD In this rlty. April :t. Walter
K t Peddycord, agod .1 years 7 montliH snd
dajs. bi(ivd son of Mm. I.oniii t,'.
Peddycord. Thu funeral services will he
held at Rose City cemetery st 11 A. M.
today (Tuesday . .Servi. es private. The
i mains will be at the Conner vatory rhiipal
of F. is. Dunning. Inc., al Sliie funeral
director. 4 14 Kuit Alder si ree t, until 10
A. M. today.
STEV.NTO. At Gaston. Or., May 2,
Jeanette p. fiteventun, aged 53 years, wife
of K. P. Steven ton aud mother of Mrs.
KHzaheth Harder, Oak Urnv. or. ; Ttdna
Hteventon, Canton, tr.f and Joaephiiis
Steventon, t h ts ciiv. Interment wi.l'he
made in Ri vervi.-w Oirciarv, today
(Tuesday) st Io:3o A. M.
FR1TKCH May 2. Emma Vrltsch. aced 4
years 8 months Ki dnyn, he loved wife of
Charles Frltch, mother of Charles Jr.,
Fr-sd. Zettye and Mrs. H. J. Frank.
Funeral to he held today (Tuesday), Mav
4, at Holme n I . nderia king Farlorn at 2
1. M. Interment Hivervlevv Cemetery.
DOOliy in this city. Mav IT, at the family
residence, S J First st reet, LtarJa Hood v.
aged ."2 years. The funeral services w Hi
he hold today (Tuesilavj, at 2 o'clock
P. M. at M. Stephens' Pro-fat hed ra 1.
Thirteen I h and Cla y streets. Friends in
vited. Interment at River view Cemetery.
HKIDRIj Mny 1. Bdward K-ldeJ. Ked ::3
years, beloved husband of Mrs. May .-teide..
Funeral nor vires will bo held at Dunnlng
McKn tees' c hapti! tods v Tuenda .
May 4, at LV.'tn y. M. Friends Invited. In
terment Rose City Omii7,
HTDF May 1, Theodore HvoV. wc-ed -4
years. beloved brother of " William II.
H yd. 11 mains st I tun n In g Me hitee a
parlors, where they mny he viewed until
1'. M . too ay. Funeral services and In
terment will take place at Montrose, low 4,
MILLKR May 1. Hurry H. Miller, aged 2
years. Remains will be hipped tmm
Dunning fr. McKntee's undertaking parlors
to Foi 1 W orth, Tex 11 s, for lni ermsnt.
smawa ms'v wusarir"
The onty residence iindrtaMin. .tsttfi.h
mxnc lu Portlaud wlttt private dilx.sy.
J. P. 'KINLKT SON.
MoDtgomf-ry at l-'llth.
MR. F:rWARD HOI. MAN", tli l-s1ln
funrHl director. -- 'i'hirj strct-t. i:oi-rirr
balnioa. Luily assistant. A lull, ilalu b"',.
V. ri. iJl'NM.Nci, I.Sfi.
Kast aid. Funeral 1 urei tors. 414 East Al
d.r slrevt. K.ist u-, H U.'i:r,.
' a. liTziTLiJErrco.. miAvilmams avi.
l.urt Tii'IN, V. Lady a tlejd.ili t. lnj
and utsht servlri.
II:nN"7nJ &. M'KNTEK. funeral dlrorloi.,
HroHdwuy tind Pillv. I'tloua Mu-ln -43, A 4.u4,
HHKK'.K A fSOOlf. Filnnysl. Parlor;
outo hearse, 10U Belmont st. Tabor I'iU.
II. T. BVKNKH. Willlntns ave. and swoolt.
Eaut 1 1 C 1 U4::. Lwdy uttendant.
P. L,. I.KKcii.Kastllth'anrcia)' atreeis.'.
JjHdy RSblHtMllt. KtSt 7141.
PKK1V Es"l'NDE KTA K 1 NG CI'IVPANT. -id
and Clay. Main 41."-. A -JJ1. Ijidy attendanU
MUM l Ht. I B.
FOKTLAMU Marble . Works, 3S 4th st,
oppoelte City Hull, builders of memorials.
USE a cement waterproof vault; keeps the
body dry forever. A.k yuur undvitaker.
MARTIN KOBHE8 CO.. florins, S4T
lnton. Main MM, A llitiu. Flowers for aU
occaIiins artistically arranged.
CLAHKk' BKUli., desluuers and de-uralors,
frech flOAers, crest varlely. Morrlsoo.
between 4tri and Oth. Main or A 1&6.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL. fcHOP. 2d end Alder.
Ifepigii ami surahs. Marshall il.
MAX. "m '. hM 1 T M. Maln-aiorA-5lsirEeUln
A. C. KLKKHARUT, 120 N. 2yd. Funeral
designs and cut flowers. Alain 1300. A 7b31.
foUNNYblDK Greenhouse. Freeh flowers.
Phona B 122. tu. 22d and Taylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 UIIA.N'D AVK !V.
netnru lala and Ever.lt
FJa.aes Uul 1 .!::. U "J.M&. Udcb Liar
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small an I ma la.
Horn ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice Anyone
desiring; a fel may communicate witn ua.