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TTTE MORXIXG OIT'EGONTAN. TUU1STATT, JTIXE 10, 1915.
TO VISIT FESTIVAL
U. S. S. South Dakota, With
Admiral Pond, Acclaimed
. on Reaching Portland.
FAST TIME MADE UP RIVER
Koses Sent to Snip at Once as First
Part of City's Welcome to Offi
cers and Crew, Who Will
HaT Big Time Here.
VISITING HOURS A.VXOOCED.
Visiting: hours aboard the
cruiser South Dakota will be
from 10 A. M. to noon and from
1 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon.
Launches will operate from vari
ous West Side landings to the
"There she comes," voiced by thou
sands lining the Broadway bridge,
docks and both banks of the river at
7 o'clock last night, denoted only one
thing the arrival of the U. S. S. South
Dakota, the last acquisition to complete
the 1915 Rose Festival.
The South .Dakota is a replica of
the Maryland, here In June, 1912; also
the West Virginia, Pittsburg (formerly
the Pennsylvania), the Colorado and
the San Diego (originally the Califor
nia), yet she differs from all of her
sister ships in the eyes of Portlanders
because she is the flagship of the Paci
fic Reserve fleet and carries Admiral
Charles F. Pond, who was stationed
here as lighthouse inspector for a year,
terminating his assignment in July,
As the gray-hulled cruiser nosed her
way up the harbor, not only were all
eyes focused on her, but every pair of
eyes on the fighting ship was directed
at landmarks ashore, some of her offi
cers and men having been here be
fore: Admiral Rccognliei Roflc City.
Admiral Pond had recognized many
places on the run up from Astoria that
were familiar to him, and on getting
sight of the steamer Rose City, lying
at Ainsworth dock, unhesitatingly pro
claimed her to have been the transport
Lawton, thereby accurately placing a
vessel that he once commanded. He
was on her in 1905, when she was a
naval transport, and made a record run
with her, being 68 days from Mare
Island to Manila, with the usual calls,
and return In 58 days, in that time
discharging a full cargo and her limit
of troops and reloading as - much.
Though he had traveled all day with
Harbormaster Speler as his guest, he
was not aware that the latter had later
commanded the same ship In the Army
transport service. The two then fell to
discussing the trips of those days and
what the Lawton' had done.
Captain Archie Pease brought the
vessel from Astoria, she having bsen
turned over to him by Captain Gun
derson. head of the Columbia River
bar pilots, who made a special trip
outside to act as cicerone.
Good Time Is Made.
' She entered the river at 10 o'clock,
more than an hour before high water,
and drawing 27.8 feet, having been
fully coaled and stored before leaving
Bremerton. At 11:15 she was leaving
Astoria and it was 4:30 when she
passed St. Helens, having made good
time the entire distance.
As soon- as Captain Pease brought
her to , anchor below the Broadway
bridge, close to the east bank. Harbor
master Speier, who also joined her on
the lower river, clirected mooring her
and was assisted by the steamer
Pronto, of the Port of Portland fleet,
in getting anchors placed and other de
tails looked after, all of which had
been arranged in advance.
A Rear-Admiral's salute of 13 guns
boomed from the starboard side of the
cruiser Boston, training ship of the
Oregon Naval Militia, and In reply the
South Dakota barked eight snappy
guns. No visits were exchanged at the
time, but formal calls will be made to
day. Aboard the cruising launch Sea Otter
a delegation representing the state,
ity. Rose Festival and Chamber of
Commerce, met the South Dakota and
boarded her below Swan Island. In
the party were United States Senator
Lane, Mayor Albee. C. C. Colt, Fred
Larson, D. C. O'Reilly, Joe Day, Lieu
tenant R. R. Smith, U. S. N. ; J. C. Ains
worth, Frank Riggs, Dean Vincent,
Emery Olmstead and others.
Roses Given Officers.
Handsome bouquets of roses, some of
the choicest available, also several
beautiful baskets of the Festival
flower, were presented to Admiral
Pond and officers of the ship and they
were formally welcomed to the city.
When the ship was snugly moored the
officers were escorted to the Stark
street municipal boatlanding in the Sea
Otter and from there In autos to the
Chamber of Commerce for dinner. The
remainder of the evening was spent In
taking in the Festival center and other
points of interest.
The vessel remains here until Sun
day morning, when she is to weigh
anchor and return to Bremerton. From
there, with three others of ther Pacific
reserve fleet. It is expected that she
will leave almost immediately for the
San Francisco fair.
On the South Dakota are 355 men,
though when in full commission she
carries 837. A roster of the officers
aboard is as follows:
Rear-Admiral Charles F. Pond, com
mander-in-chief, Pacific reserve fleet
Lieutenant John H. Blackburn, aid and
flag secretary; Lieutenant Arthur K.
Atkins, aid and fleet ordnance: Lieu
tenant (J. G.) George L. Weyler, aid
Cad Flag Lieutenant; Lieutenant-Com
mander Charles M. Tozer, commanding
South Dakota: Lieutenant James J.
Manning, Lieutenant Earl R. Shlpp,
Lieutenant Harry W. Hosford, Ensign
Raymond E. Kerr, Surgeon Clarence F,
Ely and Paymaster John R. Horn-
Warrant officers Boatswain James
Roberts, Chief Gunner James H. Bell.
Chief Gunner William O. King, Chief
Machinist Francis G. Randall. Machin
ist Frederick R. Kalde and Carpenter
Some Former Visitors.
Chief Machinist Randall was here
with the Maryland, and some of the
wardroom family have been here on
duty with torpedo-boats or other
Provision was made so that almost
as soon as anchors were dropped con
nections were completed for electrical
decorations, the entire ship being out
lined with incandescent globes, while
her powerful searchlights will also
play at night.
, About the same time telephone men
were over the side and placed instru
znents aboard so the officers and crew
will be in touch with shore at all
It was requested that the crew give
a dance while here, and plans are
under way to obtain the Armory for
that purpose. In addition they were
Invited to dance nightly at the Festival
The reception committee informed
the officers of the programme ashore
for their entertainment and of the pub
lic events they would participate in.
They will be guests on an automobile
tour of the city thie morning and
lunch at the Chamber of Commerce,
viewing the floral parade and skating
Marathon in the afternoon, w&lle there
will be a dinner tonight, and then, the
party will leave the Stark-street land
ing on the Sea Otter for the Oaks to
witness the fireworks.
Visit to Be Full.
Tomorrow morning they will be met
at the landing and escorted to the Fes
tival Center to witness the industrial
parade, after which luncheon will be
served at the Chamber, and then take
in the field events at the Multnomah
Club, going later to the Rose Society
The Peoples, Star, National and-Globe
theaters asked the committee to invite
the enlisted men to visit those shows.
South Dakota uniforms being recog
nized, while the same will pass the
tars on streetcar lines. They will par
ticipate in the industrial parade to
morrow, and special entertainments
have been arranged for them. Includ
ing dancing each night at Festival
The South Dakota went into commis
sion January 28, 1908, at San Fian
cisco, where she was built by the Union
Iron Works at a cost of $5,500,000. She
has a speed of 22.37 knots, and in the
way of fighting equipment has two
turrets, with two eight-inch ' guns in
each, while she carries 14 six-inch guns
end 18 three-inch guns. '
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Rose City. ...... -Ios Angeles. ......
Breakwater. .... Coos Bay. .........
Santa Clara. .... .Ban Francisco. . . .
Bear Lob Angeles. ......
Northern Paojflc- San Francisco.
Roanoke. . . ...... fan Diego. ........
F. A. Kllburn. ... San Francisco.
Beaver Los Angeles. .. . . ..
Geo. V. Elder. .. -Eureka
DUE TO DEPART.
Tale S. F. to L, A
Klamath. ...... ..Honolulu. .........
Multnomah San Diego
Santa Clara. .... San Francisco.
Northland ..Los Angeles.
Willamette San Diego
banta Barbara. . . San Francisco
Breakwater. .... .Coos Bay
Rose City Los Angeles. ......
Northern Pacific. San r ranclsco. . . . .
Harvard .S. F. to L. A
Yosemite. ....... ian Diego. ........
F. A. Kilburn. ... .San Francisco. . .
Hear Los Angeles. ......
Roanoke. ....... .San ITTego. ........
Celilo ban Diego.........
J. IS. Stetson San Diego. ......
Wapama San Diego. ........
Beaver Los Angeles
. In port
J una 11
. June 20
ueo. w. t,iacr. .. jsan uitgo
DUE TO ARRIVE,
Santa Clara. .... .New York. ........
Montanan. ...... New York. ........
Isthmian. ....... New York. ........
liawaiian. .......New York. ........
Honolulan. .... . .New York. ........
Papain an. .... .. .New York
DUE TO DEPART.
Santa Clara. . . . . .New York. ..... . ..
aa. oman an. ...... jvew jr. ork. ........
Isthmian. ....... New York. ........
Hawaiian. .......New York.
Honolulan. ......New Y'ork. ........
Fan a man. ...... .New Y'ork. ........
Xevs jFrom Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or., Juno 0. (Special The
cruiser. South Dakota arrived this morning
and left immediately for Portland. The
cruiser draws 8 loot, but crossed In over tne
oar easily ana saiely at about Half flood on
a 6.4-foot tide.
The steam schooner Qulnault sailed this
morning for Raymond with a part cargo of
general merchandise and -will load lumber
there for California.
The gasoline schooner M Irene arrived this
morning from Waldport with freight.
'I he steam schooner Despatch sailed this
morning for Southeastern Alaska, after load
ing about 1000 tons of freight at the San-
The steamer Santa Clara arrived this
morning . from San Franolsccr, Eureka and
Loos nay with freight and passengers for
Astoria and Portland.
The Russian ehio Lawhm sailed tort a-.
for the United Kingdom with a cargo of
grain from Portland. The tug Tatoosh ar
rived last evening from Seattle and after
taking the Lawhlll to sea, returned to the
Sound. The Lawhlll is the last vessel which
the Puget Sound Tugboat Company had in
The American-Hawaiian line steamer Ne-
vadan sailed today for Puget Sound with
part cargo from New York.
The gasoline schooner Ahwaneda arrived
today from Newport with freight.
me repairs to tne dredge Chinook were
completed last evening and the vessel re
turned to work, at the mouth of the river
The steam schooner Santa Barbara arrived
this evening from San Francisco to load
lumber at E.nappton and Westport.
TOLEDO, Or., June 9. (Special. The
Mlrene arrived from Portland with a cargo
of freight for Toledo merchants. She
cleared the same day for Newport and Wald
port. ana irom mere to Portland.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. June 9. Arrived Stmmorw
Santa Clara, from San Francisco via Eureka
and Coos Bay; U. S. cruiser South Dakoti,
from Bremerton. Sailed Steamer Geo. W.
Elder, for San Diego via way ports.
Astoria, June 9. Arrived down during the
night and sailed at 11:30 A. M. Russian
bark lawhlll for United Kingdom. Sailed at
3:30 A. M. Steamer Quinault, for Aber
deen: at u:au A. m. Steamer Despatch,
for Alaska. Arrived at 7:45 A. M. and left
up at 2 P. M. Steamer Santa Clara, from
Ban Francisco via Eureka and Coos Bay.
tailed at 9:10 A. M. Lighthouse tender
Mauzanita, for Coast ports. Arrived at 9-55
and left up at 11:16 A M. TJ. S. cruiser
South Dakota, from Bremerton.
tan Francisco, June 9. Sailed at 3 A. M.
Steamer W. F. Herrin. for Portland A r-
rived at 6 A. M. Steamer F. A. Kilburn,
from Portland via Coos Bay and Eureka.
Sailed at 10 A. M. Steamer Asuncion, for
Portland; at I P. M. Steamer Bear, from
San Pedro, for Portland. Arrived at 3 P.
11. Steamer Northern Pacific, from Flavel.
Eagle Harbor. June 9. Arrived Rrlt-ih
steamer Mills, from London.
San Pedro, June 9. Arrived Steamer Ce
lilo, from Portland via San Francisco. June
8. sailed steamer KoanoKa, for Portland
via way ports.
Astoria. June 8. Arrived at 9:45 P. M. -Tug
Tatoosh, from Seattle.
ban Francisco, June i. Arrived Steam
ers Grays Harbor, trom Grays Harbor; F. A.
Kilburn, from Portland: Admiral Schley.
from Seattle; prince Albert (British), from
Mazatlan; Santa Clara, from New York
Speedwell, from Coos Bay; Elizabeth, Phoe
nix, irora u&nQan; city or Para, from Hal-
boa; Northern Pacltlc, from Astoria; bark
Sully (French), from Newcastle. Australia.
Sailed Steamers William F. Herrin. Bear.
Asuncion, for Portland; El Segundo, barge
91, Queen, for Seattle; Melville Dollar, for
Tacoma; Student (British), for Victoria.
Seattle, June 9. Arrived Steamers May-
fair, from San Francisco; Lyman Stewart,
from Port San Luis; Prince George (Brit
ish), from Prince Rupert, Sailed Steamers
Admiral Farragut, for San Francisco; Jeffer
son, for Southeastern Alaska
Yokohama, June 5. Sailed Steamer Ko
rea, for San Francisco. Arrived June 8.
Steamer Tenyo Maru, from San Francisco.
New York, June 9. Arrived Steamer
Hosalle Mahoney, from San Francisco.
Because of a fire that destroyed the mill
of the Standard Box & Lumber Company
and Acme Planing Aim yesterday morning.
electric energy was cut orr at municipal
dock No. 2, so that the Japanese steamer
Kenkon Maru could not continue discharg
ing until 7 o'clock yesterday morning. On
resuming then It was estimated that she
would be ready to leave the dock this even
ing, so she can begin loading lumber for the
return to the ar feast.
Three firemen were signed aboard the
British steamer Epsom yesterday so as to
complete her crew, and she was ready for
sea last night, bound for London with wheat.
flour an oats, dispatched by Kerr, Glftord
Piling, lumber, ties and mining timber
make up tne cargo of tne steamer Multno
mah, which was cleared yesterday for San
Diego and is scheduled to sail today. The
steamer Johan Poulsen has cleared for the
south with lumber, and the Saginaw bas
been cleared tor san Francisco with an
underdeck load of cereals and a deckload
of 250.000 feet of lumber.
Last of the vessels in the river handled
by the Pu-get sound Tugboat Company,
which competed with the Port of Portland
tugs during the busy part of the season, be
ginning In December, was taken to sea
yesterday, the Russian ship Lawhill, which
is lumber laden for London. The tug Ta
toosh came around from Puget Sound to
get the vessel to sea, as she was brought in
side by that company on her arrival trom
Wallaroo, April -
CAPTAIN POPE DIES
Veteran River Pilot Succumbs
TRIP MADE HERE IN 1851
Steamboatman, Long "With O.-W. It.
& Jf. and Retired for Xbree Years,
Passes Away Funeral to Bo
Held When Daughter Arrives.
Captain "William H. Fopa veteran
steamboatman and river pilot, died at
9 o'clock yesterday at the Sellwood
Hospital. . following an operation per
formed a few days ago for grails tones.
The funeral -will be held Saturday on
the arrival of a daughter, Mrs. P. S.
Llnquist, who left her home at Oak
land, Cal., last night. '.
Services will be conducted at 11 A. SI.
at Flnley undertaking establishment
and interment will be In Rivervlew
Cemetery. Services will be conducted
by Rev. William W. Youngson, pastor of
the Rose City Park M. E. Church.
Captain Pope was born at New Tork
City. N. Y., December 5, 1840, and
reached here in 1851, making the voy
age from New Tork around the Horn
in the brig Colomo, which was cleajed
for Portland and Oregon City. Captain
Pope often told how the sailer had
Captain Wllllnm H. Pope, Veteran
River Pilot,- Who Died Yesterday.
made her way to within three miles
of the Falls of the Willamette. He
was married at Portland on February
14. 1867. to Miss Sarah A. Keightley,
and aa the head of Pope & Co., hard
ware dealers, remained at Oregon
City until 1885, when he moved to this
city and formed the Willamette Steam
boat Company, with John 'Gates, then
Mayor of Portland; S. G. Reed and
The company began operations with
the steamer Calliope, which had been
turned out at Corvailia for the Wil
lamette River service. The company
built the speedy steamer Multnomah
in 1884. On her trial trip-she was 44
minutes from Portland to the mouth
of the Willamette. For a time she
ran between Portland and Oregon
City under command of Captain Pope
and later shifted to the Cascade Locks
run under Captain Archie Pease. The
steamer was chartered to the O. R. &
N. Company in 1887, and Captain Pope
entered the service of that company a
year later as a master.
From that fleet he cast his lot with
the Columbia River Pilots" Association
and passed 25 years guiding vessels
between Portland and Astoria, retiring
from active service about three years
ago. Captain Julius Allyn, of the Co
lumbia River Pilots, is a son-in-law
of Captain Pope. Besides the widow.
Captain Popo leaves two daughters.
Mrs. Llnquist and Mrs. Allyn. and
four grandchildren, Sarah Mario and
Helen Linquist and William Pope
Allyn and Sarah Elizabeth Allyn. ,
Captain Pope was among the best-
known navigators on the river and.
while the last few years of his ife
were devoted to his family, once or
twice he shouldered the duties of a
pilot to assist in the work when
others were on vacations or the rush
of business .necessitated additional
JIARSTOV IS XOT GIVEN" VP
Story of Ethel Zane's Voyage Calls
to Mind Overdue Portland Ship.
Since the arrival of details bearing
on the voyage of the schooner Ethel
Zane from Bellingham to Guayaquil,
which occupied six months and 16
days, the vessel being long overdue,
less concern is felt for the safety of
the schooner William H. Marston,
owned by Harry Pennell. of the St.
Johns Lumber Company, which has
been on the way from East London for
Portland since January 11. She is
lumber here, this time for Adelaide.
Captain Thomas P. Dorris. of the
Ethel Zane. has written friends regard
ing experiences on the trip and he says
it was much worse than when the Army
transport Morgan City, which he com
manded, was wrecked in the Straits of
Nagasaki, during the Philippine in
surrection, and crew and troops suffered
hardships when compelled to take to
the boats. He says in his letter that
after being 28 days out of Puget Sound
the vessel had reached the latitude of
San Francisco, as she had been blown
far offshore and back again, only to
fight tnereafter wth a series of gales.
The schooner then was becalmed and
she narrowly escaped bringing up on
the beach when making her way be
tween Cocos Island and the Galapagos
group. In the southern waters, drift
ing as she did, the bottom -became so
foul the whole crew was Bent over the
side to clean the hull and on getting
all shipshape, which Included the use
of 36 balls of twine to repair sails,
gales once more beset her and car
ried her seaward from where she made
port by steady tacking. The Zane has
traded out of Portland and is one of
the beat known of Coast callers.
BOAT TO COQriliLtE PLAXED
Coal Mine Owner Seeks to Establish
UAESHFIELD, Or.. June 9. (Spe
cial.) John R. McGee. owner of th
Riverton coal mine on the Coquille
River, bas asked merchants on the Co
quille River to guarantee him freight
shipments coming out of Portland and
promises to charter a 300-ton vessel to
ply regularly between Portland and
the Coquille River. Mr. McGee recently
returned from Portland, where he se
cured contracts with coal dealers to
handle 200 tons of coal weekly and
received assurances from the Portland
Chamber of Commerce of 200 tons of
freight for each return trip, providing
merchants on the Coquille favored the
It is Mr. McGee's intention to give
weekly service between Riverton and
Portland and if a market can h so-
Curing Catarrh is
A Simple Method
Go to its Source and
Cure Is Then Ac
complished. Only rAose who have used S. S. S.
for the Ivrod know that catarrh is sim
ply a blood trouble.
Most people, uninstructed in this mem
braneous disease, treat their nose and
throat as if catarrh was a local trouble.
It Is not so. To treat catarrh it Is nec
essary to go into the stomach, the liver.
the lungs, the kidneys and all the vital
organs of the body. And it is S. S..S.
that at once enters the entire blood cir
culation, all the organs of the body, all
the mucous surfaces and becomes a
dominant factor for renewed health. It
is a simple method when you figure it
out. Catarrh is plainly an Inflamma
tion of the mucous membranes.
And there is in S. S. S. certain ingre
dients which cause these mucous sur
faces to change Tr convert their secre
tions into a substance for easy elim
ination. A special book on this subject
will be mailed to all who write to The
Swift Specific Co.. 110 Swift Bids.. At
lanta, Ga. ,
Catarrh Is very often the result of
some other blood trouble some germ
that gets into the blood and multiplies
beyond the control of nature.
S. S. S. is the ramdy. Do not accept
a substitute for this matchless remedy.
Read the circular wrapped around the
bottle. It is important.
cured for 300 tons of coal each week,
the northbound trips would be capacity
cargoes. The merchants at Bandon
look favorably on the proposal.
FEItKY CIIAXGE IS ORDERED
Vanconver Boat to Shift Landing
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 9. (Spe
cial.) The Vancouver ferry has been
ordered to land at the temporary land
ing at the slip made at the foot of Co
lumbia street. However, the ferry will
not land there until a cable is sent to
pull the .pontoon down. It is believed
the- change will be made by the end of
the week as everything is in readiness.
A temporary landing is being built
also in the military reservation, but
the high water has stopped operations
for a short time.
The Columbia River is falling slowly
and is now below 12 feet.
Miarconi Wireless Reports.
All DOHltlon reoorted at 8 P.M.. June 9.
unless otlierwiae designated.)
Henry t. Scott, wlta Acapuico in tow. Ban
Francisco for Nanalmo, 10 mi lea north of
Klamath. San Francisco tor portiano.
crossing Columbia River bar.
Wapama, Tacoma for San Franc Iroo. 05
miles south of Umatilla lightship.
Sherman, Orient for Ban Francisco, 097
miles out. June 8.
Lurllne. Honolulu for Ban irrancisco. ZU43
miles out, June 8.
Enterprise. tan Francisco for Honolulu,
8TO miles out. June S.
Coluaa. San Pedro for San Francisco. SOO
miles south of San Francisco.
speedwell, . Coos Bay for San Xnego, 4o
miles south of San Francisco.
Porter. San Pedro for Meadow Point. 3o
miles south of San Francisco.
Asuncion. Richmond for Portland. 15 miles
south-of point Arena,
1 Segundo,' towing bargo 91, Richmond
for Seattle, 5i miles from Richmond.
Topeka, San Francisco for Eureka, SI
miles north of Point Reyes.
Bear, ban Francisco for Portland. SQ
miles south of Point Arena,
Adeline Smith, Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, off Point Arena.
rrate. Richmond for Vancouver, S3 miles
north of Richmond
Queen, San Francisco for Seattle, 30 miles
south of Point Arena.
Coronado. San Francisco for Grays Harbor,
off Point Reyes.
Willamette. Redondo for San Francisco,
130 miles south of San Francisco.
St. Helens. Newport News for San Fran
cisco, 155 miles south of San Francisco.
Grace Dollar. Topolobampo, Mexico, for
San Francisco, SO miles south of San Fran
cisco. Centralla. Eureka for San Francisco, two
miles south of Blunts Reef.
Carloa. San Francisco for Tacoma, 60
miles north of Blunts Reof.
Lucas, towing barge 83. Richmond for Se
attle, 413 miles north of Richmond.
Congress. Seattle for Sau Francisco, 61
miles south of Capo Blanco.
Norwood. San Francisco for Grays Harbor,
23 miles north of Cape Blanco.
San Juan. San Francisco for Balboa. lloS
nines south or tan Francisco, june o.
Roanoke. San Diego for San Francisco, l2
miles south Yf San Francisco.
Dakotan, New York for San Pedro, 239
miles south of San Pedro.
Aroime. san t ran Cisco ror ban pedro,
miles east of Point Concepcion.
Jonn A. Hooper, San Francisco ror San
Pedro. 211 miles south of San Francisco.
Lewis Luckenbach. left for New York At
3 P. M. ,
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, June 9. Condition of th
bar at 5 P. M.: Sea, smooth; wind, north
west, 12 miles.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
0:11 P. M....C5 feet6:00 A. M. . 0.3 foot
11:24 P. M 8.6 feet&:43 P. M....2.6 feet
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
PATTER SOX To Mr. and Mrs. James
Patterson, Jr., 428 M Mill street, April 23, a
EGAN To Mr. and M-s. F. B. Egran. 71
East Twentieth street. May 2, a daughter.
WEtfCOTT To Mr. and Mrs. E. E. We
port. 3!) Kast Xlnth street. Mav 3. a son.
HOBWEiTZEL To Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Hobweitzel, wooastock avenue, iiay o,
ERNST To Mr. and Mrs. S. Ernst. 4604
East Fiftieth street. May s. a son.
WHITE To Mr. and Mrs. H. R. White,
1572 Belmont street. May 13, a son.
IIANSFIEU) To Mr. and Mrs. w. L.
Mansfield. bU Paul, Minn., May 11. a daugh
ter. SORSBT To Mr. and Mr. B. K. Sorscy,
Wauna. Or.. May 15. a daughter.
WIISON To Mr and Mrs. R. K. "Wilson,
35 Holladar. May 10. a son.
HARTEUM To Mr. and Mra Jake Harte-
um. 411 Ekldmore. May 17. a aauRhter.
SHAW To Mr. and Mra J. L. Shaw, 821
Glenn avenue. Mav Id. a son.
WILLIAM To Mr. and Mrs. R. 33. Wil
liam. Ollbert Station. May 20. a son.
MOOR To Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Moor, 1S3
Knowles street. May 21. a dauRhter.
WILLIAMS To Mr. and Mra J. L. Will
lams. 65 East Tenth street. May 27. I
HARDWTCK To Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Hardwlck. C50 Myrtle street. May 27. a son.
DEXT To Mr. and Mra V. H. Dent. 711
Upper wrive. May L'S. a daughter.
MILLER To Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Miller.
3015 Sixty-second street Southeast. May 29,
BELL, To Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Bell. 4504
irorty second avenue. Aiay eu, a aaug-nter.
INMAN To Mr. and Mrs. P. E. In man.
1404 Morse street. May 31. a daughter.
PENCE To Mr. and ' Mra T. G. Pence,
50 East Thirtieth street, May 31. a son.
FAWCETT To Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Faw
cett. 461 East Eighteenth street. May 5, I
COON To Mr. and Mra James Coon, 208
Floral avenue, May 27, a daughter.
NEILL To Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Kelll. 619
East Fifty-first street North. May 18, a son.
MAYFIELD To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. May-
field. 148 East Nineteenth street. May 29,
MADDISON-EASTHAM Walter Franklin
Maddison, legal, Corvallis, Or., and Susie
Wilson Eastbam, legal, Whealdon Annex
PCARIEA - SCHAIP.BR Howard F.
Puariea, legal, 406 Failing street, and Pearl
Kathleen benajrer, legal, 4ut uroaaway.
CARSON-MORGAN Roy Baldwin Carson.
25, Bandon, or., and. Kuth G. Morgan. 25
SCHUMACHER-PRATER Fred L. Schu
macher, 21. 2o2 Third street, and Louise
Hazel Prater. 17. W7. Belmont street.
EBI-MOBGAN leverett Ebl learaV Al-
ABSTRACT Qg TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices'
Paclflo Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCORDION FLKAT1XU. "
ACCORDION, knife and box pleatlnc, plcot
Ins, hemstitching, braiding, emnrolderina
Kastern Novelty Mzg. Co., bofe 6 th at.
Mail orders promptly, attended to.
K. STEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, gooos
sponged, mail orders. 3ft3 Alder. M. 3itt.
ASSAYEKS ANT A-.ALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142K 2d. Gold.
sliver and platinum bought. '
HALL FL1EDNER, lawyers; consultations
free. 208-9 gllednar blag. Mar. 8607.
J. SILFORD NELSON, lawyer, removed 618
Plttock blk. Main 759 L. Consultation free.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets. rag ruga 188 ML 8th. Both paoasa
CKLLILOIO BUTTONS, BAPCE8.
THE IRWIH-HODSON COMPANY.
887 Washington st. Mala 312 and A 1264.
William. Estelle and William, Jr.. Devour,
the only scientltio 'Chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 802 Gerlinger bldg., s. w. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 180L
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. .
H1IL Olfice Fliedner bids. Main 8473.
DR. M'MAHO.N, 6th year. Chronic cases tak-lng-
time. 31 treatments. 1S. 121 4th St.
Dr. Poulson, specialist In paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 850 Plttoclt blk. B'y. 22.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS suits for renc We press on suit
each week for S1.&0 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
809 Stark St.. bet 6th and 6th. Main 814.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
42S Henry bldg. phone Marshall 480.
AUTO AND BCGGY TOPS.
PtTBRTTILLB BUGGY TOP CO.. 00 2d mt.
BAGGAGE CUCli0 AT HOMh.
Baggage & Omntbue Transfer, park fc Pavf.
Royal Bakery & ConX, Inc. lltti & Everett.
RKE1VERS AND BOTTLEBa.
HENRY W E IN MAR P, 18th and liurnsld..
CEMENT. LOME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE & CO., 45 Fourth st.
FLE1SCHNEK, MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. 3th and Pin. eta.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
o, M. MUlSfcJK. uoard or iraoe jttiag.
WADHAM3 CO.. 67-75 Fourth st.
ltngion. Or., and Ethel E. Morgan, legal.
DALLY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. June 9. Maximum temper
ature, 63.3 degrees; minimum, 49.4 degrees.
niver reading, s a. ju., idt xeet : cnange
in last 24 hours, 0.2 foot fall. Total rain
fall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), 0.02 inch; total
rainfall since September 1. 1914. 2S.70 Inches;
normal, 43.70 Inches; deficiency, 14.00 inches.
Total sunshine, 7 hours 25 minutes; pos
sible, 1& hours 40 minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea leelv) at 5 P. M., 20.17 Inches.
It ? I
o: 8 s
00 f c's
00 10 RW
001 8 SE
0l( 8 SE
00 6 SW
00) 6 E
00' ( SW
Kansas City ...
Los Angeles ... .
Medford . ......
New Orleans .
North Head ...
North Yakima .
,00 14 W
Cloudy . .
62 0 .
01 14 W
.00 10 SW
Walla Walla ..
A large htgh-nreasure area overlies most
of the country 'east of the Mississippi River.
ana tne pressure continues high on the
North Pacific Coast. Low pressure obtains
over the Intermountaln, Rocky Mountain and
Plains states, with centers of depression
over Utah and Colorado and Southern Sas
katchewan respectively. Showers have fallen
In Southwestern Washington, Northwestern
Oregon. Western Canada, Montana. New
Mexico and the Plains States. Thunder
storms were reported from Havre. Sheridan.
Rapid City. frJorth Platte. Koswell and
Tampa. Th weather is warmer on th
CentrnI California Coast, in Colorado, Kan
sas. Eastern South Dakota, Minnesota. Iowa
and near the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts; it is
correspondingly cooler In Nevada, Southern
Idaho, Alberta, Northern Saskatchewan,
Montana and the Lake Region.
Conditions are somewnat unsettled over
this district and are favorable for showers
Thursday in Northwestern Oregon and West
ern Washington and for generally fair
weather in the remainder of the district. It
will be warmer exoeot near the coast, and
winds will be mostly westerly.
Portland and vicinity Probably showers:
warmer; westerly winds.
Oregon Generally ralr except showers
northwest portion; warmer except near the
coast; winds mostly northwesterly.
Washington Showers west, generally fair
east portion warmer except near the coast;
Idaho Generally fair and warmer.
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.
NATURE WILL CURE
All she needs is a very Httle help.
Constipation is caused by accumulated
waste in the Colon (Large Intestine),
which, under our present mode of living.
Nature cannot entirely remove without a
The rank poisons in this waste set into
the blood circulation too, and make us feet
depressed, blue, bilious and incompetent
really sick if allowed to go a little too far.
"All the belpthat Nature asks, however,
is Internal Bathing- with Warm Water, ap
plied by the "J. B. L. Cascade." This, ia
a perfectly natural and rational way, cleans
out all the waste and poisons from the
Colon and Veeps it as sweet, dean and
pure by occasional ase as Nature demands
tor a perfectly healthy condition.
So invariably successful has this new and
improved method of Internal Bathing
proved to be that over 300,000 Americans
are now enthusiastically using it to cure
Constipation, ward off disease, and keep
them bright, rigorous and efficient.
The "J. B. L. Cascade" is now being
shown by the Wodard Clark & Co.'s Drug
Stores in Portland. Call and let us explain
how simply it accomplishes these great re
sults. Also ask ns for free booklet, "Why Man
of Today Is Only SO per Cent Efficient-".
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
COTTAGE at Seaside for rent, June 15 to
August 1, 1915. Commodious, well fur
nished,, modern. Electric lights, bath, etc
On Board Walk. tl25. Telephone Main
BARBER SHOPS, two for Bale or trade for
anything ol equal value. Can t handle
both. Fine opportunity. Call Hotel Del
majo. 12 to 1 o'clock. Room G7.
FIRST-CLASS grocery store, clean, stock
- and fine fixtures, will sell at bargain.
Call Woodlawa S650 or U37 Alhtaa ava.
Accounts, notes, judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods?' Short Adjustment Co,
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
N'ETH &. CO, Worcester bldg. Main 1796
No collection, no charge. Kstablished 1100.
PROF. WAL WILSON, 85 V ath bet
Stark and Oak. Specia. Summer rates; 6
prlvat lessons for $2. Morning, afternoon,
evening. Walts, hesitation, one-step and
all latest dances; guaranteed. Classes
Thurs. and Saturday evenings. 7 to 8:80
25c Broadway. 2160.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons daily, class Fri.
eve.. 8 to 10, Alisky bldg., 3d and Morri
son sts. Lessons 25c Main 8018.
P1NK.ERTON & CO..L.S.DETSCTIVE AGCY.
Established over 80 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on lndl
v'duala anywhere. Consultation free. Suite
854 Plttock block. Phone Broadway 73.
KYE, EAB. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
g. g. Casseday. 617 Dekum bldg., 8d at Wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co, 81 1st st. N. Phone
HATS, ; C LEAN IN G AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked and bleached, 75o; straws
& felts 5Qc. Kaufman s. 88 8d st, nr. Stark.
MANICURING and elec. treatment, Ethei
Burke. 19 Lafayette bldg.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 68. A 3158.
Emil Thlelhorn, violin teacher- pupil Sevcik.
207 FUedner bldg. A 4160. Marshall
DK. FHitLlPS, specialist in paralysis, nerv
ous, chronic diseases. 604 Oregonian bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO.. 64-65 Front st,
HIDES. WOOL, CASCA&A BAaS,
KAHN HHPS.. 181 Front st.
HOP MERCHANTS. -McNEFF
BROS... 14 WORCESTER BLDG.
MtfTn S8ol. Phones. A 117H.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CH AS. L. MASTICK 6c CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps., mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NBCKWEAl;
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. S3 Fifth st,
ERADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th ta
Bdw'y at Taylor
MsUM & A 1123
TONIGHT 8: 1 SiS
MATINEE SATURDAY 3:15.
In the Comedy-Drama
"THE HEART OF PADDY WHACK."
Hear Mr. Olcott's New Songs.
Eve. and Sat. Mat Floor, 11 rows
$1.50. 7 at 1. Bat. 1. 75c, 50c. Gal. 50c.
6 beginning Next Monday
BARGAIN PRICE MAT. WEDNESDAY.
SPECIAL PRICE MAT. SATURDAY.
The Charming Aetrees
In the Vital Human Play
Evenings 11 rows X2, 7 at Il.WV Bal.,
11. 75c. 50c. Gal., 50c. Bargain Wednes
day matinee $1. 75c. SOc. 25c.
SEAT SALE OPENS TOMORROW.
The Sensation of Two Continents
STUART The Male Patti.
6 OTELEK BIG-TIME ACTS 5
Boxes and firm row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 4636, A 2236.
All next week, fcta
Main 2, A 53G0
Geo. L. Baker Mgr.
All next week, starting next Sunday,
Lyman H. Howe
Presents hla stupendous exclusive Naval
U. S. NAVY OF 1915
The Philippines of yesterday and today.
Native life, customs, sports, festivities,
etc. From Savages to Civilization.
Making a National cash register.
Prices: Evening. 25c. 35c, 50e. Mat
inees, 25c, 85c.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
At 9 P. M.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily and Sunday.
One time lie
Same ad two consecutive times.... 22c
Same ad three consecutive times. . SOe
Same ad six or seven consecutive times. .&Cc
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other classifica
tions except the following i
Situations nsueo Male.
Situations Wanted Females
lor Kent. Rooms Private Families.
Board and Rooms Private Families.
Housekeeping Rooms Private Families.
Rata on the above classifications is 7 cents
a line each insertion.
On "charge" advertisements charge will be
based on the number of lines appearing In
the paper, regardless of the number of words
in each line. Minimum charge, two lines.
The Oregon ian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
tne advertiser Is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be Quoted over the phone, but
hill sill be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over tne prone aepenas upon thi
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for Sale." "Busi
ness Opportunities," "Rooming-Uouses" and
"Wsntrd to Rent-
Advertisements to receive orompt classifi
cation must be In The Oregonian office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
r.loMin. hour for The nuoday Oreironian will
be :i0 o'clock Sstnrday night. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as 'ual,
and all adds received too late for proper
classification will be run under the heading
"TOO Jl SO 1111J.
Telephone Main 37. A SOS.
Portland's Greatest Amusement
XOMETRlSTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay 85 to 10 tor
glasses when 1 can Lit
your eyes with first dual
ity lenses, gold-filled frames as low as 81.50 I
C. W. Goodman, 2UU Morrison. Mail ordra
promptly filled. Write tor particulars.
PATENT ATTORNEY. J
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. 3.
and foreign patents. Qui Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 34ao.
STORAGE AND THAN SI LB,
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron room and fireproof vaulta.
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sis.--Pianos
and furniture moved and packed
for shipments. Special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports Main 61)8. A 1098.
OLSEN-KOE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving,
forwarding and dutributing agents. Fine
trackage. Olfice and warenouse, 15th and
Hoy I sts. aiain o-i. A
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan st,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A lltfu.
We own and operate two large, class "A"
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MOVING. PACKING. SHIPPING. STORAGE.
Reduced freight rates to all points.
MANNING Warehouse & Transier Co,
Main 703. 9th and Hoyt. A 2214.
MADJSON-ST..DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, 189 Maduon. General merchandiser
and forwarding agents, phone Main 76UL
S. F VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept,
13 No profession offers equal opportuni
ty" Catalogue Free. C. Keane, pres. lal.
Market st, Kan Francisco. .
BAK blockwood, boxwood, cordwood. ,.
Multnomah Fuel Co, Main 6540. A 2118.
GREEN and dry slabwood blockwoc
ania. Fuel Co.. Main 5720. A 38B8.
OUNAMENTAL IKON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire At Iron wks.. Id A Columbia. .
PAINTS AND ICLBltAIINC OILS.
W. P. PULLER & CO., lth and Davls ,
PAtSTS. Oil. AND CLASS.
RASWrStE:- A Co. 2d and Xaylorsta
IIPE. PIPE I 1TTING.S AND VALVES.
M. L KI.INL'. &4-S6 Front St.
I'LU.VBINO AND STE.AM SUPPLIES.
M. L K.UNk, B4-bo Front st
riilNTrJR. AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO., 1st and oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION M ERCHANT3. . .
EVEKD1NG & FAKRELL. 140 Front.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Nurthnip.
SASH, DOOKS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis. .
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., '80 2d St.
ROSE FESTIVAL ASSOCLVTION.
Emery Olmstead. President.
3 Official Grandstands 3 ,
Tickets Now on Sals at This Theater.
Postoffice Block !
Reserved Seats This Grandstand
50c Each Parade.
1 3 th -Morrison -1 4th
Combination Ticket. Good for All Thre
Parades. Tickets. 75a Each.
Ladd School Block
Reserved Seats This Grandstand
115c Each Parade.
June 10, .Thursday, X 1'. M.
MILITARY .FR TERNAL-INDtJSTRUX
June 11. Friday, 11 A. M.
June 11, Friday. 8:30 P. M.
A Combination Ticket will be Issued for
the Kosarian grandstand. Thirteenth-Morrison-Fourteenth.
These tickets are
selling at 75c each and entitle purchaser
to the same seats . tor all three of the
NOTE The sale of this Combination
Ticket will be withdrawn after June V.
RECREATION PARK ' '
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-Fourth Sts.
SALT LAKE CITY
Jane 8, 0, 10, H, 12, 13. " '
Games Begin Weekdays at 3 F. M.
Sundays, 2t30 P. SI. I ,.
Reserved box seats for sale at Riche s
Cigar Stand, Sixth and Washington Sus.
Lndlew Dnyw Wedoesdny and Krldsy
AlCTION SALES TODAY. ;
At Baker's Auction House. 166-163 I'aik.1
st. Furniture, etc. Salo at 10 A. M.
OREGON COMMANDERYi '
K. T. Regular couclave tiU3.
(Thursday) evening, at 7:S0.
Attendance u-iil be appreciat
ed, parlors open from ana
after 1 :o0 P. M.
C. F. W1EGA.ND, Recorder.
M.a OP.EGON SHRINE. U. D.. WH1TU
. SHRINE OF JERUSALEM, will hold
CsvC regular meeting this (Thursday ,
T-VV- evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Masonic.
- NELLIE M'KINLE Y, Scribe.
UTOPIAN REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 62. 1. '
O. O. F. Regular meeting this (Thursday)
evening at Orient Hall. East 6th and Aider.
All visitors welconra.
JESSIE HENDERSON", Sec.
B. P. O. ELICS, NO. 142 Regular meeting
this (Thursday) evening, Elks' building.:
o'clock. Visitors welcome. Bv order of the
E. R. M. R. SPAULDING. Secretary.--
EXTRA Emblem Jewelry of all kinds; spe
cial designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
POPE In this city. Jun-e 9. Captain TV!!1iam
Pope, aged 74 years, late of 441 West Park
street. Remains are at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Finley & Son, Mont-,
gomery at Fifth. '
WHITMAN In this city, June S. E. jr.'
Whitman, aged 63 years. Remains at P.
L. Lerch Undertaking "Parlors, East
Eleventh and Clay streets. Funeral an
nouncement later. , tf
MAY In this city, June 8. Henry May
aged 42 years, 061 Gantenbeln avenue. Re
mains are at Holman's Funeral Parlors.
Announcement of funeral later.
rE WITT The fureral services of the late
Edward 8. De Witt will be held at the
residence. 1002 Woodward avenue, Friday,.
June 11 at 1 P. M. Friends invited. Re
mains at P. L. Lerch Undertaking Par
lors. East Eleventh and Clay streets.
YERGEN The funeral services of the lata
Henry F. Yergen will be heid at the resin,,
dence of J. V. Swan. 2o5 Eighteenth street,
Thursday. June 10 at 9 A. M. Interment'
at Bulteville. Or. Friends invited. :
)U WITT The funeral services of EdwatY
rf. Do Witt will re held from the home -v.
his parents, loo- Woudward avenue, to
morrow (Friday). June 11. at 1 o'clock.
SCHAID June 3, at 151 Russell st., Joljr
Schaid, aged 5S years. Funeral announce
ment later. Remains at A. R. Zelter Corn
. panys parlors, 532 Williams . avenue.