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THE 3IOKXIXG OKEGOXIAX. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1915-
INITIAL NEW CROP
GRAIN CRAFT FIXED
M. H. Houser Heads List of
Portland Exporters, Tak
ing Andre Theodore.
65-SHILLING RATE IS SET
Jrice Is "ot Considered Irish aud
Ship Has Cliancc to Earn Bonus,
JJcpcndiiig on Time or Her
Arrival for Loading.
M. H. Houser heads the list of Port
land exporters to fix positively a new
crop grainshlp from this port, having
taken the French ship Andre Theodore
Ht 63 shillings for October-November
Joadins:. Balfour, Guthrie & Co. took
three French vesBels for new crop sev
eral weeks affo for San Francisco load
ing, with the option of Portland or
l'upet Sound, but as they will be early
arrivals at the Golden Gate, it is re
garded as certain that they will take
barley from there to the United King
dom. The rate paid the Andre Theodore is
not viewed as high, because of the gen
eral assumption that the European war
will continue and that the demand for
Krain during the greater part of the
1915-16 season will be as active as' lias
been the case since early Fall.
II n un May Be Earnrd.
At the same time there is a chance
that the Andre Theodore will earn a
bonus, as the charter party provides
that if she arrives for September load
ing she receives 67s 6d, and for Octo
ber loading 6bs 3d, with 65 shillings
applying alter that, with November 30
as the canceling date.
The last report on the vessel is that
the sailed from lquiquo November 2
for Queenstown, arriving there March
6, and sailed March 17 for Rotterdam.
Sho is returning to the Pacific with
general cargo, and it is believed that
the will be in tho harbor for September
It has been said that several other
carriers are under engagement for new
crop from Portland and Puget Sound,
but exporters are not divulging the
I'rsquelra Leaves Today.
The last ship Mr. Houser has In port,
the Mexican steamer Gen y Pes
ouelra, leaves down today bound for
Australia. She carries about 50,0!i0
bushels of barley and 9,945 bushels of
oats. The vessel finished last night and
shifted to the bunkers, expecting to
take on the last of her coal early this
The Merchants Exchange received a
message yesterday that the British ship
Clackmannanshire reached East Lon
don. South Africa, Sunday from Port
land. The vessel is in command of
Captain Kerbyson, who touched at Pit
cairn Island on his way here, and was
to have endeavored to reach that vicin
ity on his way to Africa. Aboard the
vessel was Dr. Glen Wheeler, of this
city. The ship carried a full cargo of
wheat, dispatched by Kerr, Gifford &
Co. It left the river January 22.
COL,. MORROW GETS ORDERS
Well-Known lingineer Officer
Leaves Portland for War College.
There is talk that Major Spauldlng,
now stationed 'at Fort Leavenworth,
will succeed Lieutenant-Colonel J. J.
Morrow, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.,
in charge of the First Portland Dis
trict, who has received orders to report
at Washington by August 15, and is to
be on duty at the war college. Since
the recent return of Colonel Morrow
from Fort Leavenworth, where he was
for three months for special instruc
tion, it has been expected that he would
be ordered to the war college by Sep
tember. Colonel Morrow, then a Major, as
sumed his duties here in March, 1910,
and has had charge of The Dalles
Celilo project, the Middle and Upper
Columbia River and all Coast projects
in the state outside of the mouth of
the Columbia, also Crater Lake Park
improvements. Lieutenant - Colonel
Charles L. Potter comes July 31 to re
lieve Lieutenant-Colonel McKinstry in
the Second Portland District, leaving
Major Jewett, of that district, the only
officer at present on duty here.
THREE STEAMERS DUE SOON
Municipal Dock. Being Cleared to Ac
Cargo discharged by the Grace liner
Santa Cecilia is being delivered from
.Municipal Dock No. 1 so there will be
space for other freight on the way, the
Santa Cruz being the next in line with
about 750 tons of New York shipments.
She will be followed by the Japanese
steamer Kurohimc. from the Orient via
an Francisco, with 1500 tons of sul
phur and 200,000 feet of hardwood, and
the steamer Hazel Dollar is next also
from the opposite side of the Pacific
with 1200 tons of linseed.
With the slip at Dock No. 1 practi
cally ready, no apprehension is felt
that if more than two steamers with
offshore cargoes report that others can
not be taken care of, aa there are three
berths available. Dock No. 2 is ready
for business, though the formal dedica
tion takes place Saturday. The Com
mission of Public Docks has no definite
applications for space there, but before
the season is well along business is
expected to be placed there.
WOODUAXD OX YAMHILL- RUN
Opening of Locks Paves Way for Op
position to McMinnvllle.
Acting on information that the steam
er Woodland, now plying between Port
land and Lewis River, is to be operated
between Portland and points on the
Yamhill River, competing with the
Bteamer Oregona, of the Yellow Stack
Line, the Government dredge Champoeg
has been ordered from Kola Bar, above
Salem, to the Yamhill to dredge a shoal
above Dayton and just below the Yam
hill locks. The Woodland is to make
McMinnvllle. The move is one result
of the Oregon City locks being made
E. B. Thompson, assistant engineer,
in charge of the Upper Willamette proj
ect under Colonel McKinstry, says that
Kola Bar was dredged to a, depth of
six feet at zero and that from Salem
to Oregon City the least depth at zero
is three feet, the best showing made
in years. From the locks to Portland
the channel is six feet at zero.
LIXER. ESCAPES SUBMARINES
Crown of XaTarre Sought by Three
of Kaiser's Heot.
Three times the British steamer
Crown of Navarre, of the Harrison line,
which is to load wheat here for the
West Coast, was in danger of being
torpedoed on the way from London
tay advices from San Francisco, -where
the thip is discharging European
freight. The liners .Candidate and
Centurion, of the same flag, fell vic
tims to German submarines last week.
Captain Baird cays that on getting
away from the Thames a submarine
was sighted, but British naval vessels
routed her and on gaining the outside
a second deep-sea fighter hove in
sight, but darkness aided the freighter
in getting away, while near La Pallicj,
France, another submarine showed up,
but went on her way when pursued.
The skipper lias reported that in hia
opinion the commanders of submarines
change numbers on the vessels as a
means of confusing shipmasters, so
they will think there is a larger fleet
operating than is really the case. The
Crown of Navarre discharges the re
mainder of her cargo on Puget Sound
and comes -here to load for Callao,
taking nitrates from the West Coast to
BRITISH LUMBERMAN HERE
Increase in Exports to Europe After
War Is Predicted.
O. J. Parker, of London, who is en
gaged in the lumber trade, is in -the
city in connection with future business
in the way of shipment to England.
He left the other side early in April
and expects to return there shortly.
Lumbermen here 'say that the war
is opening the way for heavier ship
ments of Northwest lumber to Great
Britain as soon as hostilities cease, so
that vessels are to be had. It is felt
certain that w hen peace is restored the
principal demand for a time will be
timbers with which to rebuild bridge
and other structures, as it is reasoned
the French and Belgians will not have
funds at once to replace concrete via
ducts and buildings that have been de
stroyed since last Summer. One cargo
is being made up here at present, that
t;oing aboard the Russian ship Law
hill, which will be finished in about 10
days. It consists of ties and similar
railroad stuff and is destined for Lon
ASTORIA GETS GKAIX ELEVATOR
Plans Ordered for Structure Next lo
ASTORIA. Or.. May 11. (Special.)
The Port of Astoria Commission at its
session today directed Engineer Walsh
to proceed at once with preparing
plans for a bulk grain elevator to be
erected adjoining the municipal wharf.
Preliminary steps were taken toward
the establishment of a steamer line to
be operated in connection with barges
between here and points on the Upper
Columbia and Snake rivers. The plan
is to have the two projects in operation
Charterer or Yucatan Here.
Frank S. Hammer, of San Francisco.
charterer of the steamer Yucatan,
which loads a full cargo of oats here
for Sydney, is in the city to attend to
the dispatch of the vessel. She is on
tho public drydock and is expected to
be floated tomorrow. Mr. Hammer says
that lack of tonnage prevents more
cargoes being sent to Australia, but
that considerable tituff is moving from
San Francisco on liners in from 100 to
600-ton lots. The Australian crop will
be ready in about two months, when
it is thought- there will be no further
demand for Pacific Coast grain.
Apparently much of the cariro In the
American - Hawaiian liner Pennsylvanian,
which caught fire a week ago while bound
here, and returned to Balboa, was not seri
ously damaged, us she Is to sail from tire
canal port tor Ran Francisco Friday. It is
supposea tnat sne will be repaired there.
Members of the Port of Portland Com
mission met in special session yesterday
morninR to ratify a contract with McAllister
& Son for rebuilding the wings of the public
drydock, but as certain details were not
complete it ftas decided to postpone action
until tomorrow, when a regular meeting is
to be convened.
On their first trip from the Upper Colum
bia the steamers Twin Cities and Relief,
of The Dalles-Columbia -line, reached here
last night, having passed through, the Celilo
Canal. The Twin Cities will be overhauled
and the Relief will be held here. The In
land Empire leaves tonight or tomorrow
morning with freight for Lewiston. where
the steamer J. X. Teal arrived last night.
A. Ottinger, general agent of tho "Big
Three" fleet, headquarters at Pan Fran
cisco, arrived in the city yesterday on
business. W. F. DaMert, who recently shoul
dered the duties of contracting freight
agent of - the line, is making the Portland
territory', which is also being combed by H.
F. Kuger, traveling freight agent.
It is planned to start tho steamer Dallei
City on the Portland-The Dalles run Satur
day, when the steamer Bailey Gatzert will
be relieved. The Dalles City is to be in
spected today and Captain Geer expects that
her overhauling will be completed in time
for the run.
Robert "Warrack, inspector of the Seven
teenth Lighthouse District, left for Astoria
last night, expecting to make a trip today
to Tillamook Hock light station aboard a
With 45 tons of cargo the gaBollne
schooner Patsy was cleared yesterday for
Yaqutna and the Siuslaw River.
Captain J. A. Saletzke, of the schooner
Defiance, expects his vessel to leave the
harbor today in tow of the steamer Ockla
hama, bound for Melbourne with a lumber
cargo measuring G!3,-ti7 feet and valued at
$7001. He will be accompanied on the voy
age by Mrs. Saletzke. On dropping the De
fiance at Astoria the Ocklahama returns to
St. Helens for the schooner Forest Home,
which is fully laden with lumber for the
Aboard the steamer Daisy Freeman when
she leaves for San Francisco will be 750,000
feet -f lumber. She entered yesterday from
the Golden Gate with 20O tons of sugar, 150
tons of cement and 155 tons of general
Towed by the steamer Ockhahama the
Government dredge Multnomah was shifted
from Dohlebower to the Government moor
ings yesterday, where she will have a
"spud" replaced and be overhauled.
X'ens From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAY, Or., May 11. (Special.)
Dr. Jones, of :he United States Quarantine
Bureau, will arrive on the steamship F.
A. Kilburn tomorrow to inspect the local
quarantine and marine surgeons' offices.
The storm of the past three days is clear
ing and a high barometer indicates con
tinued good weather.
The steamer Carlos Is due from San
Francisco tomorrow with freight and will
load lumber on arrival here at the North
Bend Mill & Lumber Company plant.
The steamer Adeline Smith sailed today
at 9 o'clock with lumber for the California
The gasoline schooner Tillamook, after
descharglng freight here yesterday, sailed
In the evening for Bandon.
The gasoline schooners Roamer and
Rustler are loaded for Brookings and Rogue
River expecting to sail sometime tonight.
ASTORIA. Or., May 11. (Special.) The
steamer Northern Pacific sailed this after
noon for San f'rencisco with freight and
Five hundred tons of cargo from New
York, principally tinplate, waa discharged
today at the Sanborn wharf by the Grace
line steamer Santa Cecilia, which arrived
from Portland this morning. She is load
ing 2o0 tons of canned salmon for New
York and tomorrow morning will shift to
the rtour mm wnan to laae on -o tons ol
flour, also for New York. The steamer will
sail tomorrow- afternoon via Puget Sound.
The steam schooner Claremont sailed this
morning for (-.rays Harbor, where she will
load lumber fc-i California.
The American-Hawaiian line steamer
American sailed this afternoon for New
York, via Puget Sound, with part cargu
The steamer Geo. W. Elder arrived this
afternoon from Coos Buy with freight and
passengers for Astoria and Portland.
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, May 11. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M., sea smooth; wind, south 28
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
0:28 P. M 7.0 ft.':24 A, M 0.0 ft.
11:55 P. M S.7 ft.6:13 P. M 2.0 ft.
Light Wire Causes Death.
TOUXGSTOWN. O.. May 3. Joseph
McComb, 37 years old, was electrocuted
at his home in Pleasant Grove, south of
this city, when' attempting to discover
the cause of his electric light going out.
McComb was released from the wire
by his young son, Russell, but too late
to save tne latner a iiie,
METER COST TO BE
HE BY PEOPLE
If Proposal Is Adopted by Vot
ers, Water-Users Will Pay
BONDS TO BE REQUIRED
Engineer Says Only Purpose of De
vices Is to Delay Laying of
Kein Corel n Mains, Neces
sary Soon, Anyway.
SOME FACTS ABOUT WATER
Commissioner Daly says surplus
funds from revenue from water
users in 1916 will be 175,000.
This will go to pay part of the
cost of city-wide meter system,
Surplus funds heretofore have
been used for new construction.
If this money hereafter is di
verted to meter purchase and in
stallation, bonds must be sold to
build mains, thus paying for
meters indirectly by bond issue.
Should water users get benefit
of excess charge for water now
made, reduction of 25 cents a
month could be made in water
bills next year.
Metering the entire city will
cost between $350,000 and $500,
000, which water users must pay
regardlees of how it is financed.
Water Kngineer Clarke says
only possible purpose of meters
is to stave off time when expen
sive reinforcing of mains will be
Instead of getting a reduction in
water rates next year, the water users
of Portland will pay the present rates
and contribute a total of $175,000 to
the cost of installing a city-wide meter
system, if the voters adopt the meter
measure whicn will be on the ballot
at the June election. Commissioner
Daly yesterday announced that the
Water Bureau will receive next year a
total of $175,000 more from water users
than is necessary to operate the Water
Bureau. During the present year a
total of only $3S,000 will be collected in
excess of needs.
The use of tho $38,000 excess for the
present year and the $175,000 next year
will pay only a part of the total cost
FlBant'lsg to Be Aeeiled.
The balance either must be raised by
bond issue or by increasing the present
water rates or by deferring the instal
lation of meters for a" period of years
and keeping the present rates in ef
fect so as to provide meter funds.
If the voters should reject the meter
scheme, the Water Bureau could cut
down the water bills in Portland a total
of 25 cents a month, taking Mr. Daly's
figures. There are 57,000 water users
in Portland. The Water Bureau will
collect $175,000 more next year than is
needed to conduct the water Bureau.
If this were divided equally among the
users each would have the benefit of a
rate reduction of 25 cents a month.
New Construction Kaetor.
Heretofore the surplus in revenue or
the excess in the amount collected from
water users has been expended in the
construction of -new mains. Taking this
excess money from this and expending
it for meters would necessitate the is
suance of water bonds to pay for the
To use current revenue for the in
stallation of the water meter system is
merely an indirect manner of doing the
work by bonds. Bonds would have to
be issued to finance the construction
of new mains to the full amount of the
surplus in revenue which heretofore
has been expended for this purpose.
Regardless of how the metering is
financed, the water users will pay for
Initial Cost 35:!,U00.
The initial cost, based upon Commis
sioner Daly's minimum figures, is $352,
600. The additional cost each year will
be $24,200 for new meters.
Water Engineer Clarke, who handles
the construction in the Water Bureau,
said yesterday that to give Portland
an adequate supply of water, rein
forcing mains must be added to the
present system. He says he believes
the only purpose that can be served
by a citwide meter system is to stave
off the time when these reinforcing
mains have to be built. He says meters
will not solve the problem permanently,
but he believes they will offer a tem
porary solution. The reinforcing sys
tem, he says, Is necessary at some
time, meters or no meters. By paying
$500,000 for a meter system, he says
the day can be held off when large ex
penditures will ha-ve to be made for the
Man Pays Fine on 12th Trip;
Says He'll Come Again.
Gimme a Chance,' Plea Heard for
Six. Months, but Penalty Is Levied
JAIL is becoming a habit with Walter.
Spruance. Yesterday he walked into
Municipal Court for the 12th time in
"What under the sun is the trouble
now?" queried Municipal Judge Ste
venson. . "He took 25 boxes of hob-nails from
a shoe repair shop about 2 o'clock this
morning," responded Clerk Crounse.
"How about this, Walter?" asked the
"I guess I took 'em, all right, but
Judge, if you will only gimme a chance
I'll " The defendant was interrupted.
"I said if you'd gimme a chance "
"That's all I have been giving you
for six months," responded the jurist.
"I'll give you a chance this time and a
fine of $25 as well."
"Thafs easy," remarked Spruance;
"I'll see you later. Judge."
"There's no doubt about that," com
mented the magistrate.
CLUBWOMEN HEAR TALK
George I. Baker and S. P. Lock-vood
Address Political Science Club.
George L. Baker, candidate for City
Commisioner, and S. P. Lockwood, can
didate for School Director, spoke yes
terday afternoon at the meeting of the
Woman's Political Science Club at the
Library. The club appointed a commit,
tee to assist in working out plans
whereby sehoolhouees and public build
ings may be opened for social center
The committee is the first appointed
by any; organization, to jvork. out de
tails for taking advantage of the law
affecting schoolhouses passed at the
last session of the Legislature. The law
goes Into effect next month. The mem
bers of the committee are Mrs. I. Les
ser Cohen, Mrs. Sarah Hines Wilbur.
Mrs. J. R. Oatman, Mrs. S. A. Stout
and Alice Madaris.
DUS TO ARRIVE.
Geo. w. Elder Eureka
Rose City... ...... Los Angeles. ....
Yucatan. ......... San Diego. ......
Breakwater. ...... Coos Bay
Bear Los Angeles. ....
V. A. Kilburn ..... .San Francisco. . .
Northern Pacific, an Francisco...
Roanoke. San LMeuro
Beaver. .. . ....... .Los Angeles
Santa Clara San Francisco. . . .
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. s From
Northland. ....... Xxh Angreles. ....
Harvard S. F. to L. A
Rose Ctty Los Anireles
Geo. W. Klder. .... San Dieo.
Breakwater. ...... Coos Bay .
K. A. .Kilburn. .... .San Francisco. . . .
Yale S. F. to L. A
Klamath ..San Diego
Northern Pacific. . .San Francisco. . .
Multnomah. ...... San Diego
Bear .Los AngeJes
Tamalpals. ....... San Francisco. . . .
San Ramon. ...... .San Francisco. . . .
Yosemlte. ........ .San Diego
Santa Clara. ...... San Francisco. . .
Roanoke. San Diego
Beaver .Los Angeles
Santa Barbara. ... an Francisco. . .
W a pa ma San Diego
Willamette. San Diego
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Minnesotan. ...... .New York. ......
Santa Cruz New York.
Pennsylvanian.'. .. .New York.
Oh loan. .New York
DUE TO DEPART.
Mlnnesotan. ...... .New York. ......
Santa Cruz J(ew York
Pennsylvanian. ... .New York. ......
Ohioan .New York. ......
1 n port
May J 2
.May 3 o
Movements or Vessels.
PORTLAND, May 11. Arrived, steamer
Geo. V. Klder. from Coos Bay. Failed
Steamer Willamette, for Puget Sound; Mex
ican steamer General Y. Pesqueira, for
A storia, May 31. Arrived down at ft and
sailed at S:uO A. M., steamer Claremont, for
Aberdeen. Arrived down at t:0 A. M.,
steamer Santa Cecilia. Arrived at 12 and
left up at 12:55 P. M.. steamer Geo. V.
Klder, from Coos Bay. Sailed at 1:10 P.M.,
steamer American, for Puget Sound; at 2:20
P. M., steamer Northern Pacific, for San
San Francisco, May 1 1. Sailed at noon,
steamer Beaver, fr San Pedro. May 10
Haile.l at i:NO P. M Japanese steamer
Kurohime Maru: at 10 P. M.. steamer
CVHlo, for. Portland.
Kureka, May 1 1. Arrived, steamer F. A.
Kilburn, from San Francisco, for Portland,
via way ports.
San Dietio, May 11. Sailed, steamer
Roanoke, lor Portland, via way ports.
Seattle. May 10. Ship Berlin, from Port
land, for N ushaak, spoken at noon, lo0
miles northeast of Unimak Pass.
Aberdeen. May 9. Arrived, steamer Sho
shone, from Portland.
Kast London, May !). Arrived. British
ship Clackmannanshire, from Portland.
Balboa, May !. Arrived, Norwegian
steamer Cuzco, from Portland, for west
coast of South Africa.
Seattle, Wash., May 11. Arrived, steam
ers AIki and F redo n do, from Southeastern
Christiania. May A. Arrived, Pacific, from
Mollendo, May 10. Arrived, "William
Chatham, from San Francisco.
Liverpool, May 11. Arrived, Kish, from
Balboa. May 10. Arrived Christian
Bors. from San Francisco, for Norfolk and
Christiania; Cuzco, from San Pedro, for
Sydney, N. S. W., May 0. Sailed, Sonoma,
from San Francisco.
Shanghai, May 9. Sailed. Monsrolla. for
San Francisco; on May 10, Sado Maru, for
San Francisco, May 11. Arrived Steam
ers Wasp, from Port Angeles: Matsonia,
from Honolulu; Grays Harbor, from
WiUapa; Hilonian. from Hilo; Brooklyn,
from Bandon; Ceterlnia, from Mexico;
Buenventure, from Vancouver. Sailed
Steamers Lyman Stewart, for Vancouver;
Ventura. for Sydney; San Jacinto, for
Grays Harbor; United States ship Colum
bine, for Honolulu schooner Robert R.
Hind, for Papeete.
Marconi W ireless Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M., Max 11,
unlet oitierwiKe indicated.)
Newport, Balboa for San Francisco, 710
miles south of San Francisco, May -0. 8
Aztec, Balboa for San Francisco, 567 miles
south of San Francisco.
Honolulan, San Francisco for New York,
at San Pedro.
Speedwell, San Diego for San Francisco,
275 miles south of San Francisco.
Roanoke. San Diego for San Pedro, six
miles southeast of San Pedro.
Congress, Seattle for San Francisco, 18
miles south of Cape Flattery.
Kl Segundo, Portland for Richmond, 28
miles south of the Columbia River.
Northern Pacific. Flavel for San Fran
cisco, 324 miles south of the Columbia River.
Porter. San Pedro for Meadow Point. 410
miles north of San Francisco.
Bear, San Francisco for Portland, 02 miles
south of the Columbia River.
Lucas. Point Wells for Richmond, 43 miles
north ot the Columbia River.
Drake, Vancouver for Richmond, 532 miles
San Ramon. San Francisco for Pupet
Sound, 70 miles north of the Columbia
Moffett, San Francisco for Seattle, off
China, San Francisco for Orient. 6S4 miles
out. May 10.
Sheridan, Manila for San Francisco, 644
miles out. May 10.
Hyades. Seattle for Honolulu, 324 miles
from Cape Flattery, May lO.
Enterprise, San Francisco for Hilo, 4SG
miles out. May 10.
AVapama, Columbia River for San Fran
cisco. 20 miles north of Point Reyes.
Beaver. San Francisco for San Pedro, 18
miles south of Point Sur.
Santa Cruz, San Francisco for Portland,
off lightship, San Francisco.
Norwood. San Francisco for San Pedro, 22
miles south of Piedras Blancas.
Manoa, San Francisco for Honolulu, SM
AroMne, San Francisco for San Pedro, off
Tug Defiance.' with barge 01, Grays Har
boc for San Francisco, li2 miles from San
Herrin, Linnton for Avon, 300 miles south
of the Columbia River.
Carlos. San Francisco for Coos Bay, 160
miles south of Coos Bay.
Celilo. San Francisco for Portland, five
miles north of Blunts Reef.
Adeline Smith. Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, ( miles south of Coos Bay.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
PRUDDE.V-M'COLLI'M Roy Asher Prud
den, legal, New York. N. Y., and Ethel
Irene McCollum, legal. 108t Cleveland ave
nue. CANESTO - MASTRAXOLEO Rosarla
Cantsto, 33, 646 South Third street, and
Miclalna Silera Maslrangleo, same ad
FEXLET-MORGAX Lawrence Sterling
Fenley. 21. 5SJ3 Thirty-ninth avenue South
east and Lizzie Eugenia Morgan, 19, Lenta.
THORESEX-ROUDELBCSH Clarence N.
Thoresen, 23. 530 Williams avenue, and
Frances Roudelbush. 23, Seventy-ninth and
East Stark streets.
LEHM ANN-TRUAX Edwin E. Lehmann,
leeal. looO Francis avenue, and Violet N. L.
Truax, legal, 364 Fourth atreet-
SCHUTTLER To Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Schuttler. 675 Powell street. May 6. a son.
SPEIRS To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Speirs, 10S0 East Yamhill street. May 7, a
XEIDERYARK -To Mr. and Mrs. George
Neidermark. 511 East Alder street. May 1).
LUMAN To Mr. and Mra. John D am an,
1319 Kelly street. May 4, a daughter.
SOULE To Mr. and Mrs. Roy c. Soule,
60Q East Fiftieth street North, May 8, a
KELLNER To Mr. and Mrs. Michael C.
Kellner, 174 Meade street, Aprjl 10. a daugh
ter. U ATT ALTO To Mr. and Mrs. John Bat
tallo, 424 East Ninth street. April 10. a son.
HUDWALL To Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf F.
Hedwall, 91 F.evere street. May 6, a daugh
ter. ANDERSON To Mr. and Mrs. Oskar An
derson, Bonneville. Or., May 6. a daughter.
La Center Sets Roads Day.
LA CENTER. Wash.. May 12. (Spe
cial.) A sood roals meeting was held
at the town hall here and a good roads
day was set for May 17. when every
body will help fix up the bad roads
leading out from town.
TO LATH TO CLASS! FY
BCKEEX DOORS AN'D WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
Piio.MPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title : Trust Co., 7 Jh. oi Lom.
K- b'i'EFIlAX Hemstitching and scalloping.
accord, side pleat, buttoua coverea, goou
-ponKod. mail orders. 3;:J Aider. M U373.
ASSAYKKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA A6SAY OFFICE. 142Vi 2d. Oold.
silver and platinum bought.
11 ALL dfc KUEUXER, lawyers; consultations
free; liCS-U Fliedner bldg. Mar. ttoOi.
J. SII.FOHD XEL.SOX, lawyer, removed 618
1'ittocK DlK. , Alain To'JL. consultation tree.
CAHfKT VEA ERS.
SUHIH VVEciT KUli CO. Hugs from old car-
I lj, mi; ruu8. jps rj. jin. cum pnonea.
CELLULOID BUTTONS. BADUES.
TIIK J ti W1X-UUUSON COMPANY.
37 Washington t. Main 312 and A 1254.
William, Estelie. and William, Jr., Deveoy,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors 30 cerlinger bldg.. s. W. corner
1M and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CH1KOPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Olfice Fliedner bids. Main 3473.
EASTERN grad. chiropodist, manicuriat 04
Maclay bldg. Marshall 3U&0.
DH. ETHEL A. SAL'RV , painless chiropodist,
u'.'!5 Panama bidg. Phone Main itUoS.
Dr. poulson, tipecialibt in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseasvs. 350 pitlock bik. M. S414.
DK. M'MAHON, tith year. Chronic cases tak
ing time, 31 treatments. !.-. L!l 4th at.
CLEANING AND PKESSINU.
DRESS SUITS for rent. We press one suit
each week for l.."o per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
"01 Stark st.. bet. ,".th and th. Main 614.
C OLI.ECTION A4JENCY.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. litKhesc class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
42B Henry bldg. Phono Marshall 4S0.
Accounts, notes, judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co..
W8 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 1)74.
AUTO AND BriGY TOI'8.
DUBRIJILLB BUGGY TOP CO., 20O 2d at.
BAGCSAGE CHECKED .AT HOME.
BaeTKaRe ,& omnibus Transfer. Para and Davis
Royal 'Bakery Conf., inc., 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARD, loth and liurnsldsu
CEMENT, l.IME AND PLASTER.
P. T. CROWE & CO., 45 fourth St.
DRYGOODS, NOTIONS. l-TRNISHJNGS.
FLK1SCHNEK. MAYER & CO., 201 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. eth and Pine sts.
Albers Bros. Miiline Co.. Front and Marshall.
l'. M. H'H SKlt. Hoard or Traoe nidi?.
IS road way. at Taylor
Main 1, A 1122
pKHrEVL Mat.Today 2:15
Floor, 11 rows $1.50, last 7 rows $1.
Balcony, $1, 75t:, 60c. Gallery, 6Uc
CHARLES FROHMAN Frcsents
In, the Roraantlo Comedy
"R O S K M A K Y"
hmk TONIGHT 8:1 S
Floor. It rows $2, 7 at $1.50. Balcony.
SI, 7.rc Vc. CMllory. 50c.
HATKHZE EAIEf 230
THK GARDEN OK THE RAJAH.
Striking; mufii-al dramatic spectacle, with
DAVID REESE Ac CO., including 10 East
Indian Dancing Beauties.
6 O r HE K UlU- ll UK -A l 1 M
Boies and firtft row balcony reserved by
Plione. Main 4i:(, A c-aij.
Tents at 25th and Raleigh
MON. o A
MAY Reserved Seats at Owl Drug
store Show Day
TWO M f
one and vet
tfesplte this fact 25c Is tha
admission,' including a 'seat.
SEATS FOR 10.0 GO PEOPLE
Beaerrcd Krata. If Yh Wmm T!
ORIGINAL BUFFALO Bill
rill Prnonntly rraaC vtvU, historic
II 1 ac plrtarrs, atnsre roars, emtarraml
train attack, penrr express, war dsraeea,
mta trenslne bands ( Mhu Issl.sa,
cowboys, Taqneron, rises Klrls sard
ran iters A KI2AL, WILD WEST.
PERFORMANCES 2:15 and 8:15
Dcors Open Oas Hour Earlier
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Daily and IS an da j.
One time .Ae
bame aA two consecutive tlmea. .e'Ae
bauie ad three consecutive times ..oc
bane ad six or seven consecutive times 66c
Tbe above rates a-pulv to advertisements
under 'New Today" aud all other claasilaca
tions except the following;;
bituations Wanted Male.
situations allied reniale.
Kor Rent. Rooms frivate Families.
lionrd and ctooms, Private i amiiie.
Housekeeping Rooms, frivate families.
Rate an the above claaailii'MHions is cent
a line each Insertion.
On "cliarge" advertisements charge will be
based on tne number of lines apuearinsT ia
the paper, regardless of the number of words
in each line, idininiaai charge, two lines.
The Oregoniau will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either sin me.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon tne
fromptness of payment of telephone adver
isemenls. bilualions wanted and fersoual
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders tor one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture tor bale,' "Busi
ness Opportunities," "aiooming Houses" and
"Wanted to Rent."
The uregonian will not guarantee accu
racy or assume responsibility tor errors oc
curring la telephone advertisements.
Advertisements to receive prompt classlft
eatiou must be In The Oregouian office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
Closing hour tor The Sunday Oregoniau will
be 1:X0 o'clock Saturday night. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock I-. M.. as Usui,
aud all ads received too late for proper
classification will be run under tbe heading
"-oo Late to Classify."
Xelephono Main 1M0. A MM.
2Se assd SOc Extra.
NETH c CO.. Worcester bidg. Main 17'Jrt
No coiiectton, no charge. Established ItK'O.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons daily; class
Friday evening, 8 to 10, 109 2d at., bel.
Washington and Stark. Lessons 2ic
P1NKEKTO.N & CO. U.S.DETEL'TIVEAGtf,
Established over 3U ears.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free. of
fices 412-13 Lumbermen's Hank bldg.
Phone Main 7741.
EYE, EAR, XUtSlTAMj" THROAT.
Trt-atrnent by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 017 Dekum bidg.. d & Wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
lng and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. If. Electric Co., 31 1st St. .N. Phou
MATS, CLKANlNti AND BLKACIIINti.
PANAMAS blocked and bleached 75c ; straws
felts Mlc. Kaufman's, 3d st. nr. Stark.
M ESS KNGEU SERVICE.
HAST V MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main &3, A 2153
MODEL AND DYE WORKS.
SPECIALTY machine work, designing, model
making, repairing; corresponuence solicit
ed. Armstrong Mfg. Co., 42d st. Main i7i.
Emil Thielhorn, violin tea-her; pupil Sevcik.
2i7 Fliedner bldg. A 41o. Marshall 1620.
NATL KOl'ATHIC PHYSICIANS.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in palalysls. nerv
oiis. chronic diseases. .V'4 Oregonlan bldg.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
v. A FIGHT on high prices.
f Tt 1 Why pay IS to flu for
Bag NssS glasses when I can fit
your eyes with f irst-q uallty
lenses, gold-filled frames as low as fl..0T
C. W. Goodman, Morrison. Mall orders
promptly filled. Write for particular.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSIC IANS.
DR. K. 13, NORTKRUP, S08 Morgan bldg..
cor. Broadway and Washington st. Office
phone. Main 34!: residence. East 1023.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
WADHAMS & CO., bU-7o i'ourth St.
HATS AND CAPS.
TH.ANHATJrifcJK HAT CO.. 64-55 Front St.
HIDES, WOOL. CAM: AHA BARK,
KAHX BROS.. 11)1 Front st.
McNEFF BROS., b!4 WORCESTER BLDG.
Main 8881. Phone. A 1178
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CHAfS. L. MAHT1CK & CO., 74 Front: leather
of every description; taps; mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR
COLUMBIA Ncckvunr MIS. Co., S3 Fifth st.
M I I.UNK R .
BTi ATPTfA W PROS.. Morrison and 7th sta.
AUCTION SAXES TODAY.
Ford Auction House. 211 1st. Furaltur.
carpets, ate. bale it 2 P. E
At Wilson's Auction Houa. at 10 A. 1L.
furniture. 164-8 First at.
PORTLAND CHAPTER No. 3.
P.. A. M. A special convocation
of Portland Chapter No. 3 will be
lield In their hall. Masonic Tem
ple. Portland, this (Wednetday)
evening, May 3 2, 11U5, at 7:110
o'clock. "Work in R. A. rieer.-4
Visiting; companions will be welcome.
W. P. AXDRUa. E. II. P.
MOUNT TABOR LODGE. NO.
42, A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Wednes
day) evening, West Side Temple,
7:30 o'clock. F. C. degree. Vis
itors welcome. By order of th
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO.
IS, R. A. M. Stated convocation
this (Wednesday) evening. East
Eighth and liurnslde streets, at
7:iio o'clock, it. A. ilegree. Vi
itors -welcome. Pv order E. TI. P.
Rpr qUACKEXBL'SH. bee
M.rT lOflr, REGULAR MEETI1
Sass 4 (Wednesday) evening.
REGULAR MEETINCJ THIS
i and Alder streets. Visitors cor-
'do.lT dially Invited.
W. "W. TERRY, Secretary.
EXTRA Emblem jewelry of all kinds; epe
clal deals na made. Jaeger Bros., Jewelers.
NIEDERMARK In this city. May 11, Baby
Niedcrmark, as?d 3 daya, infant son of
George Niedermark and the lata Mra,
WELLS Margaret McDonald Wella. May 11,
a the home of her daughter. Mrs. VV . li.
Stanford, Ventura Park. In her Otith year,
beloved mother of Wllena. Sanf ord, of
Ventura Park; Mrs. Nora Hllgerl, Mr.
Mary iSchultz, Daniel B. McDonald, of
Silver Iake, Waiih.; Mrs. Malcolm Mc
Phie. Mrs. Dan McDonald, of Seattle. Re
mains at W. H. Hamilton funeral chap.l
K. buth and Glisan. Will be taken on b;30
A. M.. O.-W. H. & S. train. May i;i, to Castle
Rock, Wash. Funeral service at grave at
3 P. M. at tiilverlake Cemetery.
NIEDERMARK The funeral services of
Mrs. George Nledermarit will be held at.
the conservatory chapel or t . a. Dunning,
1 nc, Kast IS i tie funeral directors, 414 Kast
Alder, corner Kast Sixth street, today
(Wednesday). May 12, Ht 3 P. M. Friend
invited. Interment Rose City Park Ceme
tery. CJfASE In this city May 11, Stella Chase,
aged '2H years, late of Seattle, Wash. The
funeral services wjl be held Thursday,
May 13, at '2:J0 o'clock, P. M., at the
residence cstaolitfhment of J. P. Fin ley
&. Sou, Montgomery at 0th. Friends In
vited. NEW MAX The funeral services of Mr.
l,idia Newman will be held at the Con
servatory Chapel of F. d. Dunning. Inc.,
414 Kast Alder eu, cor. K. uth, today
i Wednesday . May lt h. at lO A. M.
Friends Invited. Interment Multnomah
HADLOCK The funeral services of the late
George 11. Had lock will be held at the
Portland Crematorium at 2 P. M. today
( Wednesday . Friends Invited. Take Sell
wood car for Crematorium. Remains are
a. Huiinan'a funeral parlors unul 12:60
ELDRIIXJE In this city May 11. Hackley
Kldridge, late of 6o K. li.Mh sU.N. Tne
funeral sevices will oe held Thursday, May
ia at 1 o'clock, P. M-, at the residence
establishment of J. P. Ftnley Son,
Montgomery at th. Friends invited,
THOMPSON May 11, at his lat residence,
611 Seventy-second street, Lewis Thomp
son, aged T 1 years. Funeral notice later.
Remains at funeral parlors of A. D. Ken
wurthy & Co., SMI-! Ninety-second street
Southeast. In i-ema,
FKRRANDO Tbe funeral service of the
late Kwing Ferrando will b held at bu
Philip Nerl Church, KiiBt 17th and Di
vision streets, today (Wednesday) at 2
P M. Remains at P. X-ercU undertaking
parlors, i.ast Uth and Clay.
LAMON'U In New York City, May 4.
ii H LttiuonU, of Portland, uregoii. The
remains will arrie at Hood River, Oregon,
today i Wednesday , May 12. Funeral u lll
be held Thursday, May ia, at 1 :3u P. M.
US a cement wstSiprool vault; ks-spa tha
body dry forever. Ask your uodmiaasr.
MARTIN & FORiSkiS CU., florists, 347 Wash
ington. Main altiu, A aUttw. Flowers lor aU
occasions artisucany at
Ci-ARKIS BROS., designers aud decorators.
freh flowers, great variaty. Morrison,
A, r, ann F.lh Main Of A 15U&
ptOFLBfi fLOKAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and spra-ys. Marshall by.
MAXM. bk IT H. Main .JUS. A SslUas
C F. BUKKHAKDT, 1-0 N. 2ad. Fungal
designs ana cut iiowers. ai m ijog, sm .iroi.
nucinc nFnn nu l Fakit flovATI
Fnon B 1U2. JC. 82a and 'laylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
T GR.A.NU A.VR, N.
Between Osvls.aad Cverflt
Plionca tast B Uses I);
aaat It teat.
Report all cases ot cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals,
rlorse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
Aesirlas a pet may. communicate, witb us.
K. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice. V,
and foreign patents. MM Dtkum b:dg.
STEINS L-OAN Om"K.
: 'OU'lH ti'i H fciT.
l'OKTIAND WOoU I'll'kl Cu. fartury aud
office near 'Jilti nni Vurk ms. Main Z iS'.f.
Kl HUEK M AMI'S. SfcALS, liK.S MCNs.
P A 0 1 i i C CU Ai? i b T A Ml W 0 1 i ti.
Wattii M. I'hoiio Miim 710 anl A 27 10.
KTORA.NK AXH TKAXSKKR.
C O. iiCK. 'i'iintcr 6c Storage Co. jllic
and comiiioUiou 4 -story bncit warcuuube,
hepaiato iron room and fireproof jtulta
for valuable. W. cor, i:d and lin t.
l-'iaiiu Miid furniture moved and. packed
lor fcnipment. Special rai inacio ou ;oocla
in our ih rough car tu all domottic and
f ore l g n porta. 3.1 m n .i tU. A 1
OI0:; TKANS-ir Kit CO.
Nw lueoroof warehouse -Willi H'-parai
room. V iuov and pack houiMiold
oou and piano and inp ac. reduced
uiid. Auio vaiia and tea ma for mov inc.
t or ard i ng and d iMinbuLin agents. J in
trackage. Otlice and waruouao, lulh. a-ut
lot ait. Miiin :4T, A -47.
MOV i NO.
PACK I NO, S H IP PIS' J. PTOR AGE.
IT PAYS TO GfcIT THIS HfcT.
Itrd uccd f re it; nt rates lo all part.
MA.NM.NG WAKiiilOl SB &. ThANbFLR
COM PAN V.
Main 703 in h unci 1 i c jyt. A JT 21 4.
OH KCiO N T li A N S l-' K It CO., -474 Ulutao "t
cor. i:;th. Teiophuiie A! it in t: or A lltiif.
We own and uiieraio two l:Lro cla-H "A'
areliou!.e una terminal Iracku. Luwut
lnmuruiii u raton in city.
MADISON teT. DUCK AND WAliKlltASK
Office, 1MI M aUisou. General UHrcnandi
and forwarding agents, phono Main 7jVL
VKTKKINAHV M HOP I J.
b. 1 V KT KIUNAIU rnLI.Kiifc; begins Pt.
Ji. ; proleaaion of lem equal opportuni
ty, ttitaiuijutt lr'. C. Kano, pre. 114
M ark ft Pt., .an Franc imo.
IjKKKN and dry ulabwood, blookwood. Pan
ama. Fuel Co., Main &7-0, A oVJl.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland wire Ac Iron W ks., 2d Ai Columbia.
PAINTS AND I
I I1KK ATINti OILS,
cu., 2d and Taylor rta.
PAINTS, OIL AND CLASS.
RAFM11.X Ac CO.. 2d and Taylor sis.
PIPE, PIPE 11T1UCS AND VALVt,s7
M. L. KLINE. K4-(ti Front St.
M. L. KLINE
AND STEAM MPPLIL8.
CO.. b4-tt Front t.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
V. TV. BALTLS & CO.. 1st and Oalc st
PRODI E COMMISION MERC HANTS.
KVKUljI.Mi Ac FAltRELU 14U Front i.t.
ROPE AND BINDINCi TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14tli r.nd Northmp,
SASH DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER CO.. 12th and Davia,
WALL PAI"R cr
? id st.
"'be uuiy reaiUttnctt uuutjriaklug cfltablfsn
ineot ia Fortl! wnu pn (.. Urivw.y
ikttia 1. A 10..
J. P. FJNr.KT 4 ROM,
Montgomery at FUtfa.
MR. EDWARD HOLMA.V, th ldJn
faiiru,l director. Third street, corner
fcMA.luioA. iacly aeaiauint. A. 10 LI. Main
h B. UUiNM.NG, LNO.
Eait Side Funeral im et'tore. il4 Cast Al
der etreut. K-xat OA H o.
and night service.
LlUNMNU at U'KNTtil, luueral direclora,
Broauaay ana Pius. Abulia Jdaiu swd.
iJitti-Ziii at bNOUa., buuuysias Parlors;
oulu Hears. lu(i iisiinout su 'Xabor 16,
li. T. BYKMUS. Williams ave. antl sLnutl.
East 1110, J iJi-i. Lady atteaUa a l.
P. JL. Li itCii, Last 11 tn aud Clay sue. Is,
Lady mmiyUpu Last laVL.
ULLVV'sld UNllliK'lAkl.Wi tu.MPAN'1'. id
and Clay. Main 110, A 1M.1. Lady alumlaot.
Autos for iuuerai and wsddlnsa.
Funeral brv;ce Cu. Woodiawu ao, C llai.
POHTLAN1J siarbls Works, 20 4th mU
opposite City liall. builders ot uimorlaii
Notice to All From Lewiston to Astoria
Kor $'J5 in payments of cah down
and $2.0 or more, if you choose, per
month, you can buy a lull lot. uuxlmj
feet, lnuide the City of Astoria, Willi
schools, churihes, city water, strept
cam and electric llsht clorMj by, wuhi
an unobHtructed view from some of
these lot of the Columbia. Kiver aii
We are oblitred to Fell these lots nt
thla bii? sacrifice in order to clone Ihrrn
out quickly. bonm of the. adjoliiiric
lots have been Mold recently for Jiu'i
and more, but we must nell, and th
price 1h only $95, on easy termu if yon
wish. Title to theno is first-class and
a warranty deed given. With every
thing coniiiiir Astoria's way, here Is a.
chance to buy property lor compara
tively nothing. A threat many of thene
lots are aKseswed at lit) each, so yuti
can judKo the value on this bai".
While there are any of them left you
can have them for tub each. Call or
write for plats of the property.
M. J. CXOIIl'lSMV,
No. 4 la Ablsglon MuiidlaK. I'srllaotf,
on Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans iiuickiy closed. Call
6 Of LARCK LOAN OX frJ
JO B i.K.is iM!(ipi:nnr; jt O
A. II. BIRRELL CO.
217 - -1 NoM lM'rnrrn Honk Uuidlna
MarNhnll 4114. A 41 IS.
ON IrPFOVrT BlINES PROPTRTIBS
Kesldence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent, Ac-
cording to Location. Plenty of Money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
27-M NorlawMl-rn Hank Illdsj.
WILL Bl'ILD AND FINANOU
Flats and Apartmentsi
In any part of tha
city costing from
. iuuu to .-u.""ii a"
w!L-mZ2 ments like rent
SWrtivlI. Call and see us.
r. E. BOWMAN CO.
1. Utamrrrlal C I - b llul 1 dl D a.
On City and Farm rTrTl In
Any Amtxint at Current lut s
HABTMAM-THOaCrSOK. Baakars I
Oornsr toorth and btark tttraata
(10,000 for a good city loan. Other
Items to suit.
l.i;o. If. THOM
i67 Ot-k Hi., room -. Ainnworth nid
NKIV (.AltAl.K. 1"1S. will-ssi 1 cniap. 1 '0
Laat 62d su M. aiaiu Uit. after f, M.