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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915. ,
IS DUE HERE TODAY
Disabled Liner Coming to Dry
dock for Repairs on In
TASK TO BE DIFFICULT
Overhauling of Drydock Now doing
on llxpeeted to Make Inspection
More of TTndertaking; Vessel in
Tow of Two Steamers.
Bound here to have repairs made to
her rudder the Great Northern Pacific
liner Northern Pacific, which was dis
abled Tuesday arternoon, is expected to
be at the plant of the Willamette Iron
k Steel Works early this morning.
Bert C. Ball, manager of that com
pany, said last night that ii all prob
ability the stern of the vessel would
be raised on the Oregon drydock so
that the exact nature of the trouble
could be ascertained and repairs made.
The vessel left up from Flavel at
8:30 o'clock yesterday morning- in tow
of the iShaver steamers cascades and
Henderson, Captain Julius Allyn, of
the Columbia River Pilots' Association,
being on the bridge. She steered badly
and in negotiating the Tongue Point
Crossing she grounded, according to a
report to the Merchants Exchange, but
was only on a short time, having been
floated at 11:30 o'clock and proceeded.
Meanwhile the Shaver Transportation
Company was requested by officials of
the Great Northern Pacific Steamship
Company for an additional towboat and
the steamer Shaver was started from
Drydock la Being; Repaired.
The Port of Portland drydock at St.
Johns being under repairs it is im
possible to lift the big liner there. The
'Port of Portland Commission recently
awarded a contract for the rebuilding
of the wings of the five pontoons and
one pontoon has been removed for that
work, leaving only four, which EL W.
Wright, manager of the Port, says
would be insufficient for such a task.
"It is unfortunate that the Northern
Pacific met with trouble and especial
ly at this time, because the dock is not
available for a steamer of her dimen
sions," said Mr. Wright. "The present
period was selected for repairs to the
dock as it is the most quiet of the
dock as it is the most quiet of the year
and the aim was to have dock in condi
tion for all vessels when the shipping
season is oa in full blast. The dock
haeen in service since 1903, and this
is the first time it has been overhauled.
By keeping four pontoons . in service
we can raise such ships as the Mack
inaw, which goes on tomorrow, but
would not risk the Northern Pacific"
Both Plates Reported Lost.
There Is no question entertained but
that the steamer can be repaired but
in using the Oregon drydock for' lift
ing the stern more labor may be at
tached to the task than would be the
case in warping her into the public
Captain Barnes, of the Port of Port
land bar. tug Oneonta, made a report to
Manager Wright yesterday that he re
ceived a wireless metage Tuesday Aft
ernoon from the Northern Pacific re
questing assistance, and that he found
her anchored at buoy No. 12 inside the
bar. He assisted her to the Flavel dock.
Another report from Astoria is that th
rudder became disabled when the ship
was near buoy No. 6 and that an ex
amination made by a diver named
Lund, summoned to Flavel from As
toria, revealed that both plates of the
rudder were gone, only the skeleton
Captain on First Trip. J
Conditions at the mouth of the river
were of the most favorable when the
Northern Pacific crossed in, and the
bar was in no way to blame for the ac
cident. The Northern -Pacific Is said
to have been drawing 22 feet at the
time. She was crossing in at 1:10
o'clock in the afternoon, says a mess
age from North Head, and high water
was at 2:27 o'clock, with a tide of 6.8
Captain Al "Hunter was making his
first trip on the vessel, having suc
ceeded Captain Ah man, who is to com
mand the Great Northern, .which he
brought from the East and remained
master of until the retirement of Cap
tain Lapraik from the Northern Fa
cllic Captain Charles Lundquist, the
regular pilot, was handling the vessel.
I Lli FISHERJLX IS ASSISTED
Heaver Pauses at Sea to Receive One
of Chicago's Crew.
Responding to a wireless request
from the master of the halibut steamer
Chicago, that he take off a fisherman
named Peterson, who suffered from a
dangerous growth on his face that it
was feared might affect his eyesight.
Captain Mason, of the "Big Three"
flagship Beaver, ran close to the Chi
cago off Yaquina Head at 9:30 o'clock
Tuesday night and Peterson went
aboard In a small boat from the Chi
cago. Dr. Mitchell, a passenger en the
Beaver, treated Peterson so that he was5
able to proceed to Seattle when the
Beaver arrived here at 2:30 o'clock yes
terday. That fishing is good In that
vicinity Is attested to by Peterson, who
said that the Chicago has made her
last run from Seattle to the Yaquina
Banks and return in 5 days and 15
hours, catching in that time 150 tons
"he Beaver brought 230 passengers,
only 20 of whom were in the steerage.
Among her guests was Captain Jor
don. a veteran San Francisco bar pilot.
who for 35 years has acted as cicerone
at the Golden Gate. A. J. Hall, travel
ing auditor for the -California Fruit
Canners' Association, was a passenger
The Bear, Captain Nopander. sailing
yesterday morning, carried 300 pas
sengers. Her first-class accommoda
tions had been sold in advance, so there
were no berths for scores of travelers
who sought tickets. They had engaged
reservations on the liner Northern Pa
cific, which is here for repairs, and
counted on getting aboard the Bear in
LINKUS CAHUYING MTU ATE
Two Big Canal 1'Jeett Diverge Ton
nage to West Const Ports.
Nitrate carg-o from West Coast
ports to New York at $12 a ton is the
latest harvest for vessel owners and
both the Grace and American-Ha
wauan fleets have been engaged in
t rans-porting the stuff when vessels
could be spared. The Grace line is
reported to have entered into a con
tract to move considerable from the
West Coast and being unable to de
liver it as rapidly as demanded, be
cause of, the scramble for nitrate ow
ing to the war. an arrangement was
entered into with the American-Hawaiian
for some of its vessels to us
lpt. N'ow it is said both fleets have ac
cepted certain business there and
FIRST UNITED STATES RURAL DELIVERY MAIL BOAT IX OREGON BEGINS SERVICE AND MILWAUKIE
POSTMASTER IN CHARGE.
I fist V'A:ts'lw ' V 4 i
Syor?orr2 o j "J d n i 'i d. "
ships proceeding here that can be
used are en route on the return to
New York by way of Sauth American
ports. More nitrate moves Into San
Francisco as well, also there are a
number of foreign bottoms engaged In
carrying it into Atlantic Coast ports.
THIELBEK'S OWNERS WIN SUIT
Port of Portland and Thode Fage
lund to Pay for Damages.
Damages of $12,805.26 are awarded
Knohr & Burchard, owners of the Ger
man bark Thielbek, as libellants
against the Norwegian steamer Thode
Fagelund, her owner, Wilhelm Wil
helmsen and the Port of Portland, In
an opinion handed down yesterday by
Federal Judge Bean. The court orders
that If Wilhelm Wllhelmsen pays the
sum of the damages, with interest
from October 20, 1913, or any part
thereof to the libellant, he "shall re
cover over from the Port of Portland
the amount so paid by him to the li
bellant." The Port of Portland is thus made
responsible for the entire damages.
The case is the result of a collision
at Astoria between the Thielbek, in
tow of the Port of Portland steamer
Ocklahoma, and the Thode Fagelund,
In charge of a Port of Portland pilot.
Four different libels were filed, the
owners of the Thielbek libeling the
Thode Fagelund and vice versa, and
W. R. Grace & Co., and the Du Pont
Powder Company, owners of cargoes,
also taking a hand in the proceedings.
Three of the cases are yet to be de
cided by Judge Bean. The Port of
Portland is a party to all the cases.
SUNKEN" DREDGE IS FLOATED
Paper Mill and Oregon City Docks
Closed by Operations.
OREGON CITY, Or., June 16. (Spe
cial.) The paper machines of the
Crown Willamette mill were shut
down and the Oregon City locks were
closed all day today, while Government
engineers worked on the dredge Cham
poeg, which sprang a leak Tuesday
and sank in one of the upper lock
The mills shut down at 8 o clock, so
that the water could be taken from the
lock chamber in which the Champoeg
sank. The dredge was found to be
tipped considerably to one side. Pumps
were put to work, steam being fur
nished by the mills and the United
States engineer's boat, Mathloma. The
Champoeg was afloat late today, and
Federal engineers say she will be back
in use in a few days. - The mills re
sumed operations tonight and the locks
again were filled to handle ships.
VENDER- HURT ON SHIP SUES
Damages of $25,000 Asked for In
juries From Falling Dumber.
ASTORIA. June 16. (Special.) Ask
ing $25,000 damages for personal, in
juries, a suit was brought in the Cir
cuit Court today by George Mannoo-
vlch, of this city, against the Hammond
Lumber Company. The complaint re
cites that while the defendant's
steamer George W. Fenwlck was tak
ing on cargo at the Hammond mill
wharf on January 12, of this year, the
plaintiff went on board the vessel to
sell some fish.
The complaint avers that a slingload
of lumber, being swung in from the
dock by the steamer's derrick, caused
the vessel to tilt to such an extent
that a pile of lumber on the dock
toppled over on the plaintiff. The
plaintiff s right leg was broken in four
places arid he says he was permanent
DUB TO ARRIVE.
Kama. From Date.
Breakwater Coos Bay ......In port
Northern paclllc. ban Francisco..... -in port
Leaver. ...... Lot Anjtelea. ..... - In port
Santa Clara. .... .San Francisco. .. .. June 18
Geo. W. Elder. .Kureka .June 20
Rose Cltv Los Angeles June 21
F. A. Kilburn. . San Franoisco. .... .June 1
Bear Los Angeles June 26
Koaaoko. ....... JSau Diego . June-
DUE TO DISPART.
Name. For , Dlet.
Fti ea.kwa.ter . .Cooa Bay June IT
Vnif.-nitA . . . . San Dlexo. ........ June 1$
Willamette. ... San Diego. ....June 18
Celilo San Diego ...June 1
Yale H. F. to L. A June JH
J. M. Stetson. . . ..San Diego. .June IV
Kuntii -inrft San Francisco. .... June ID
Northland. .... ..Los Angeles. ...... .June la
Harvard S. F. to Lu A June 10
Wapama -an Diego. ........ June 20
Northern Pacific San Francisco. .. June liO
Beaver .Los Angelee. ...... June 21
Sanfa Rarhr . . San Francisco. .... .June
Geo. W. Klder. .San Diego June 3
M nllnnmnh Kan DiPKO . ........J Una 24
F.a Kiibura San Francisco..... .June 24
Roue City Los Angeles June 24
Roanoke San Diego June SO
Har 1 .rM Amelei. ...... J une HI
Klamath . Honolulu July 10
rorti and -Atlantic Service.
DLJC TO AKRIVt.
Name. From Date.
Muauuan New York In. pet
Santa Clara .ew York in port
Isthmian. . .
huuBiian . . . ..
... New York.. ...... .. July l
. . .New York. ........ J uiy 1
. ..Nc.v York. ........ July H
iionolulan. .. .
I'auauiaa. New York July
DUB TO DEPART,
Name. For. Date.
Moniecan. ...... New York. Juiid l
bama Ciara. .... .New York. ........ June 1U
laibinian ........ New YorK. J uiy
Hawaiian....... .New York. ...... .-July lb
Honoiulan ..New York. ........ July It
Panaman. ...... .New York. ........ July 28
31a ri tie Xotcs.
C. W. L.eick. assistant superintendent of
the seven teen tb n t iiouna District, lert
for Fort Canby last night to direct the e
labile hin en t of rane lights there to mark
the south channel at the mouth of the river.
It ih hoped to rmve ui?m working June 20
As the- Willamette Iron & Steel Work
has completed the new Government dredge
Monticello. she will shift from there to the
Government moorinsa tomorrow to nectn
her test of 20' hours, which i provided for
in advance of a final acceptance by the
corps of nt;im?ers.
With 2 ".000 feet of lumber the steamer
orthland has been cleared for Tacomrt,
v-here she will complete her cargo for Cali
Bound for tsHlba ind ports as far ns
Arica, the steamer George W. Fenwlck, unae
charter to the Grace interests, got away
z3 vhcj 7irc2 cjc'Zs an
yesterrlav. via Puget Sound, with 2250 bar
rels of flour valued at fl'.3T5 and 0o3,000
feet of lumber valued at tSUuU.
United States Inspectors Edwards and
Fuller reinspected the steamer Breakwater
yesterday, and he palls on time this morn
ing for Coos Bay. The steamer Temple fc.
Door was Inspected at S3t. Helens also, while
the steamer C. Minsinger is to be Inspected
today and the Kowena tomorrow.
Among Improvements made aboard the
steamer Bailey-Gatzert is the Installation of
an upholstered double settee in the women's
cabin, which is Itt feet long.
Edward Walden. of Portland, employed as
a fisherman by tne Alaska I'ortland Pack
ers' Association, on N'ushagak Kiver, was
drowned there June 5. says a wireless mes
sage received yesterday from the salmon
ship Berlin, Be was eO years of age and
Making only a short visit at Victoria, the
British steamer Derwer.t Rover proceeded
here, hailing from Kobe, and entered the
river yesterday. She loads for Kerr, Glfford
& Co., which firm will also dispatch the
British steamer Egyptian Transport, which
first discharges a cargo of coal at San
Some pasffeners held here through the
sailing of the steamer Northern Pacific
being cancelled yesterday, left on the Roan
oke last evening for California, and more
will ga on the steamer Willamette today. A
majority of them wont south on the South
News From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAT. Or, June 16. (Special.)
The steam schooner Hardy arrived last
night at 8 o'clock from San Francisco. Cap
tain Michelson, of the vessel, reports the
purchase of 28 shares of the vessel and of
C4 by the Simpson Lumber Company, who
bought from James S. Hardy. Mr. Hardy
retains the controlling Interest. The Hardy
is shipping lumber and will continue with
the Porter mill. North Bend.
The steamship F. A. Kllhurn departed
at 3:20 this afternoon for San Francisco
with a fine passenger list. The Kilburn ar
rived last night from Portland at -0:30.
The steamship Santa Clara is due in the
morning from San Francisco and Eureka.
After undergoing repairs for the past
week the gasoline schooner Roazuer will
be off the ways tomorrow.
ASTORIA, Or., June 16. (Special.) The
British steamer Derwentrlver arrived this
afternoon from Tokohama. via Victoria, en
route to Portland, where she is under char
ter to load grain for Europe or Australia
at 87 shillings. The steamer is only four
months old and when she completes her
outward run her freight earnings will have
paid her coat of construction.
The steam schooner St. Helens arrived
this morning from San Francisco and la
under charter to Grace & Co. to load for
The steamer Beaver arrived this morning
from San Francisco and San Pedro with
freight and passengers for Astoria and
VThe steamer Bear, of the - same line,
sailed tnis evening for the California ports.
The tank steamer Oleum ' arrived this
morning from California with a cargo of
fuel oil for Portland.
The gasoline schooner Delia arrived dur
ing the night from Nestucca, bringing 104
cases or cneese.
The steam schooner Daisy Putnam arrived
this morning from San Francisco via Coos
Bay w:th freight for Astoria and Portland.
The steam schooner Shoshone sailed this
evening for California with a cargo of lum
ber from su Helens.
NEWPORT. Or.. June 16. (Snecial.t
The schooner Gerald C. arrived from Wald-
port with lumoer today and proceeded to
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. June 16. Arrived Steam
ers Northland, Daisy Putnam, St. Helens
ana isorineru racmc, irom saa r ranciaco.
Beaver, from San Pedro and San Francisco.
Sailed Steamers Bear, for San Pedro via
San Francisco; Roanoke, for San Diego via
way ports; Shoshone, for Grays Harbor;
Geo. W. Fenwick. for West Coast via Pugot
Sound; Northland, for Puget Sound.
Astoria. June 16. Arrived at 6 and left
up at 7 :30 A. M.. Steamer Heaver, from
an f euro via ban rranewco. Arrived at
&:30 and left up at 9 A. M. Steamer St.
Helens, from. San Francisco. Left up at 9:30
A. M. Steamer Northern Pacific in tow o
steamers Cascade and Henderson, ran
aground off Tongue Point, floated and pro
ceeded at 11:30 A. M. Arrived at 3 and
left up at 4:30 P. M. British steamer Der-
went River, from Victoria. Arrived down
at 3:4 j and sailed at 5:30 P. M. Steamer
Bear, for San Francisco and San Pedro. Ar
rived at a and left up at 7 A. M. Steamer
Oleum, from San Francisco.
San Francisco. June 16. Arrived at 2 A.
M. Steamer W. F. Herrin; at 10 A.
steamer Asuncion, from Portland.
Redondo, June 15. Arrived Steamer
Multnomah, from Portland, for San Diego
via way ports.
San Dieeo. June 15. sailed at 4 t. M.
Steamer Geo. W. Klder. fur Portland via
Coos Bay, June 15. Arrived at 7 P. M.
Steamer F. A. Kilburn, from Portland, for
San Francisco via Coos Bay and Eureka,
Montevideo. June 9. Sailed British bark
Killarnev. for Portland.
Astoria. June la. Leit un at :m p. m.
Steanvur Northland. Arrived at it) P. M.. and
left up at midnight Steamer Daisy Putnam,
from han f ran Cisco.
Yokohama. June 15. Sailed Steamer Si
beria, for San Francisco.
Honckone. J une lu. sailed steamer
China, for San Francisco.
Auckland, June t. faauea Aiaaura, lor
Seattle. Wash., June 16. Arrived A wa
Maru (Japanese), from Hongkong. Departed
Admiral Schley, Atlas, Wilmington, F. S.
Loop, ror &an r ran Cisco.
San Francisco, June IS. Arrived Steam
ers W. F. Herrin, Asuncion, from Astoria;
Admiral Dewey, from Seattle; Doris, from
Wiilapa. Sailed Steamers Brooklyn, for
Band on; Congress, for Seattle; Kroonland,
for New York; Matsonla, for Honolulu.
San Francisco. J une lli. Arrived Steam
er M oa n a. f rom S y d n e y .
New York. June 1C Sailed Steamer Co
lumbian, for San Francisco.
Balboa. dune ie. Arrivea steamer
Frederick Likenbach, from San Francisco,
for New York (ana proceeaeaj. Mtuea
Steamer Falcon, from Bellinpham, for Bos
ton, towing barge Charles Nelson.
Cristobal, June 10. Arrived Steamer
Arizona, from New York, for San Francisco
(and proceeded .
Marconi "Wireless Kcnorts.
(All position reported at 8 P.M.. June 16,
unler otherwise GUrnated.
John A. Hooper. San Pedro for Central
A nierican ports, 124 7 miles south of San
Pedro, June 15.
Grace Dollar, San Francrsco for Topo
ToLauipo. miles south of San Francisco,
Nann Smith. San Francisco for San Pedro,
33 miles west of Redondo.
Multnomah. San Pedro for San Diego, 10
miles uouili of San Pedro.
Wapama, San Pedro for San Francisco, 10
miles west, of Point Vincent.
Mongolia, Sun Francisco for Orient, 1 140
miles out, June 15.
Klamat h. Portland for San Francisco, off
Congress, San Francisco for Seattle, off
Drake, Vancouver for San Francisco. IDS
miles from Richmond.
Scott and Ai'apuico, N anal mo for San
Francisco. iS3 miles south of Cape Mendo
cino. Herrin, Port Costa for Linnton. off Alca
traz. Segwndo, towing toarg 91, Point Wells
for Pichmond. off Neah Bay.
Celilo, San Francisco for Portland, off
Adeline Smith. Pan Francisco for Coos
Bay, 1H5 miles north of Pan Francisco.
Central). San Francisco for Eureka, ar
riving at Eureka. -
Qu22n, Seattle for San Francisco, eight
miles north ot Cape Blanco.
Kilburn, Cues Bay for Eureka. 25 miles
south of Cape Blanco.
W. S. Porter, Meadow point for Ean Fran-
" y - r v
The first motor-boat carrying mall
on a rural delivery route in Oregon
left Milwaukie at 8:45 o'clock yester
day morning on its first delivery voy
age. The new service starts from Mil
waukie and brings mail as far north as
houseboats in the Willamette River
south of the Portland Rowing Club
float, and as far north, on both sides
of the river, as Oswego, Oak Grove,
Jennings Lodge and Magoon's Landing.
The motor - boat route is officially
known as Milwaukie Rural Route No. 3
and is under supervision of B. L. Hage-
mann, postmaster at Milwaukie, who
originated the idea of mail delivery to
previously inaccessible points by motor
boat, and convinced the Postoffice De
partment of its feasibility.
cisco, 554 miles north of San Franciaco.
Coronado, Grays Harbor for San Pedro,
off North Head.
Bear, Portland for Pan Francisco, 33
miles south of the Columbia River.
Chanslor, Everett for San Francisco, 89
miles south of Cape Flattery.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
3:01 A. M 8.0 feet'10:09 A. M 0.0 foot
4:41 P. M 7.1 teet!lU:19 P. M....2.6 leet
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
GINSYYO To Mr. and Mrs. Cereghio
Ginsyyo, liase Line road, June 11. a daugn
ter. - -
NOICE To Mr. and Mrs- John Koice. 1345
jast .Mmn etreei, June i, a son.
BLOCK To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block.
dop uonnwjcjc street, June i, a sou.
JACKMAN To Mr. and Mrs. Orlln G.
Jackman. 4o3 East Jessup street. June 11, a
SH AFFORD To Mr. and Mrs. Rot M.
Shafford, 2720 East Forty-ninth street, June
u, a aautiter.
JARRETT To Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Jarrett,
777 Snnrfv hnn Ittvnrd . .Tutia 1l q Hnmhtpr
KEN WORTHY To Mr. and Mrs. Amos D.
Kenworthy, Fifty-eighth avenue and 2;inety-
secona street. June 1. a daughter.
NOUBSE To Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
Nourse. Gti7 Kearney street, June 14, a son.
U1MKR To nr. and Mrs. Wendelln Gin
ter, 6ti0 East Thirteenth street, June 10. a
. KITTRELL To Mr. and Mrs. John Kltt
rell. Linnton road. June 13. a daughter.
HEDIXE-HOLLEM Andrew Edward He-
dine. legal, Salum, Or., and Helen Rosalia
iloltem. lesal, Hotel caples.
SEILEK-EM1G Martin O. Seller. 26. Ore
gon city. Or., and Lena E. Emlg, 25, 172
North Fifteenth street.
HEXRT-BAR8 W. M. Henry, legal. Se
attle. Wash., and Eleanor Mae Barr, legal,
454 East Twenty-first street North.
SKIPPER-BOOTH Herbert H. Skinner.
21, Wancomah Farm, Wash., and Lilly
Booth. iy. Sot west faeventeenth street.
RASMUSSEN-FIELD Herbert Allen Ral
mussen, 21. 1428 Morse street, and Frances
Elizabeth Field, 19. 1506 East Ninth street
GIACHERRO-VOLTA Frank ' Glacherro,
25. 581 Fourth street, and Camilla Volta, .22,
HyS Patton Road.
WELSH-TAYLOR Arthur Leland Welsh,
legal, 270 East First street North, and Elea
nor M. Tavlor. legal. e 371 Cook avenue.
DRl'MMOND-VASSAR Arthur Mallett
Drummond, 42. Nampa, Idaho, and Lillian
Mary Vassar, 35, Palace Hotel.
SMITH-WATROUS Goldwln Tudor Smith.
legal, 150 West Kiillngsworth avenue, and
Rachel M. watrous. legal, Has Mill street.
PAUTZ-BETTCHEK Uustav Pautz, 24
701 Savier street, and Amelia Bettcber, 17,
417 Russell street.
BUG ARM AN-ASHE R J. Sugarman, legal,
Clears Skin Stops
All Blood Troublas
Goes Right Down to Where
the Germs Start
The action of S. S. S., the famous blood
purifier. Is notable In the skin. It Is but
natural that blood impurities Bhould
seek an outlet. Water, gas, oil and
nearly all the active products of nature
seek the surface. It seems to be a cos
mic law. Even our thoughts -will un
dertake to find expression. And so what
ever we take into our system will even
tually come out changed in form, con
verted often into some other substance,
but constituting always either waste
or that which has served Its useful pur
pose and must be eliminated. And the
skin is the principal avenue for escape
of certain acids or poisons. If the skin
and blood be healthy, these wastes pass
oft as vapor or perspiration. But im
pure blood loads the skin with eczema,
pimples, acne, rheumatism, rash, fever
blisters, blood risings and other erup
tions. And S. S. S. has been found the
very best, Bafest and most effective
remedy to purify the blood and thus re
store the skin to clear and -attractive
health. Get a bottle today of any drug
gist, but be emphatic Do not allow any
one to hand you a substitute. Wrapped
around the bottle is an interesting cir
cular that tells you how to obtain skill
ful advice free on any subject concern
ing the blood.
S. S. S. ia prepared only by The Swift
Foeciflc Co., 113 Swift Bldg., Atlanta.
Ga. Look for this name on the package.
' Broadway, at Taylor
Main 1 A A I12t
TONIGHT 8:15 r&SSSSIV
Mat. Saturday 2:15
Charles Frohnan-KlawN & Erianfirer
In the Vital, Human Play,
Eve's Floor, 11 rows $2. 7 at L50. Bal
cony $1. 7fc. 0"c. Gallery. 50c.
. Special Sat. Mat. Floor 1.50. L BaL.
$1. 75c. OOc Gal.. 50c.
3 Nigfcts Beginning Next Monday
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
a i r nanKRR RKrEivKD NOW.
Eves, and Wed. Mat Floor $3, $1.50.
BaL $1.50 1. TSc. 50c Gal. 50c.
BOX OFFICE SALE TOMORROW.
Main 2, A 5360
Geo. L. Baker Mrr.
All thla week two performances daily.
Matinee 2:15. Evenings. 8:lj.
LYMAN H, HOWE
Present his stupendous exclusive Naval
THE U. S. NAVY of 1915
The Philippines of yesterday and today.
Making a National cash register, and
many others. Most tremendous educa
tional and entertaining film features
Prices: Evenings, 25c. 85c, EOc. Mat
inees. 25c, 80c. v
Nights 10c, 15c.
The Een-Hur of vaudeville; bucking horses,
cowboys and cowgirls, bull-dogging, laaao
5 OTHER BIG-TIME ACTS S
Boxes and first row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 463tJ, A 2236.
2:30 P. M. AND 8tSO P. M.
Orchestral Concerts and Prima
Donna, Boston Troubadours In n
361 North Sixteenth street, and Besse Asher,
legal. 2324 Lincoln street.
MOON-OWENS William Eugene Moon, le
gal, 406 East Eleventh street, and Etta
Maude Owens, legal, same address.
HEINZ-TAYLOR Charles R. Heinz, le-
f:al. 42G Rodney avenue, and Mary Taylor,
egal. same address.
More than five marriages are not per
mitted one person In Russia, and bo years
Is the marriapffble limit.
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AUCTION SAl.KS TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House, 156-lfiS Park St.
Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. I. T. O.
O. V. All members are requested to meet at
Orient Lodge Hall, East Sixth and East Al
der streets, t his Thursday ) evening, at 8
o'clock, to attend the reception to Grand
Patriarch 'Robert Andrews, given by Golden
Rule Encampment. No. 18.
it. OSVOLD, Scribe.
OREGON SHRINE, NO. 1. WHITE
p H R 1 - K OIT JERUSALEM Cere--ZJ
monial session Saturday. June 13, at
- 8 P. M. All petitions must be in the
hands of the worthy Ecribe by 6
o'clock Saturday evening. Banquet
at Hotel Portland free to members after
ceremonial. By order W. JEL P.
MINERVA LODGE. NO. 19, INDEPEND
ENT ORDER ODDFELLOWS Reular
ra ee ting this (Thursday) evening Oddfellows
Temple, 226 Alder street, at S P. M. Business
of importance and work In the third degree,
and other good things, visitors welcome.
PETER WIEDEMANN. Secretary.
MARGUERITE CAMP. NO 1440, ROYAL
NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Members are
hereby notified that the Coterie Club, to be
held at Mrs. Tray's, has been postponed un
til further notice; also the team dance- on
June 29. NELLIE H. CULFA-N. Recorder.
W HTM- II .
K. T. Special today (Thurs
day). June 17. at 4 o'clock
P. M Red Cross. Large claas
at 7:30-P. M. Right Eminent
Grand Commander D. B.
Grant and his officers will confer the order
of the Temple upon the largest class ever
conierrea in Oregon. Your attendance ana
assistance will be appreciated. Sojourning
Sir Knights requested to - attend. Parlors
open from and after 1:30 P.M.
. C. F. WIEQANO, Recorder.
B. P. O. ELKS, NO. 142
Regular meeting this (Thurs
day) evening, Klks building. 8
o'clock, followed by social ses
sion. Visiting brothers invited
to attend. By order of the E. K.
M. It. SPAULDINCS.
GOLDEN -RULE ENCAMPMENT NO. . 28.
will meet in regular session this (Thursday)
evening. Orient Hall, East 6th and Alder
streets. After a short business session there
will be an Olkan nnnMnp for thA nnrnnRA of
tendering a reception to the grand patriarchs.
to wnjen an patriarchs ana memDers or tne
subordinate lodge are cordially invited.
c C. KTAKli, scribe.
: EXTRA Emblem ieweli-v of all kinds:
special designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
M'CALLEY At her residence. 171 King
street, at 12:30 P. M., June 16. 1915, Mrs.
, LHUs McCalley. The deceased was the
daughter of the late Judge Henry J,.
Caples. She is survived by Mrs. J. E.'
Miller, H. A. stiles, Ethel M. stiles and
It. M. . McCalley, of Portland. Or., and
H. C.. Stiles and C. T. Stilus, of Fomeroy,
Wash. Funeral ' notices later. Pomeroy
and Vancouver papers please copy.
RATBURN At the residence of her parents,
5604 41st ave. S. E., June 16. Lovora
Marie Rayburn, aged 14 years, beloved
daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Fred William
Rayburn. Remains at P. L. Lerch under
taking parlors. East 11th and Clay. Fu
neral notice later.
DWYER In this city. June 16, at his late
residence, 194 Lownsdale street. William
II. Dwyet, aged 63 years. The remains
are at the residence establishment of J. P.
Finley & Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Notice
01 xunerai uereaiter.
M'CALLEY At the residence. 171 Kins- st.
June 16, Mrs. Lillian L. McCalley, aged 01
years. Remains are at Holman's funeral
parlors. Announcement of funeral later.
DARLING At the residence, 448 Liberty
street, June IG, Rev. Ahaz Allen Darling,
aped til years, beloved father of Mrs. Ella
itow, ot Jopiin, mo.; A. b Darling and
Mrs. Lettie Knickerbocker, of Portland;
A. J. Darling, of Albany. Or., and Mrs.
Hello Fisher, of Petoskey Mich. Service
will be held Thursday, June 17, at 3
o'clock P. M., at the parlors of Miller &
Tracey. Service under the auspices of the
I. O. O. F. Interment Friday, June IS.
at Eatacada. Deceased was a member of
Iod;e ail. I. O. O. F.. of Monroe Center,
iviicn. rienas respectiuuy invited to at
tend. REIXHOLDT June 15, at the residence,
14'JJ Division? street. Peter Relnholdt. axed
5:; years, beloved husband of Mrs. Susie
Reinhoidt and father of Lloyd. Viol;
Esther Reinhoidt ; brother of Rasmus
Rein hold t and Mrs. Carrie Larson. Fu
nera 1 services will be held at the a Wove
residence today (Thursday), June 17, at. 2
P. M. Friends invited. Interment Mount
Scoit Park Cemetery. Remains will be at
Dunning de McEntee s parlors until 3 P. A..
REINHOLDT June 15. at the residence.
14in Division street, Peter Reinboldt, aged
5: years, beloved husband of Mrs. Susie
Reinhoidt and father of Lloyd, Viola,
Esther Reinhoidt; brother of Rassmus
Reinboldt and Mrs. Carrie Larson. Fu
neral services will be held at the above
residence today (Thursday). June 3 7.
2 P. M. Friends invited. Interment Mount
Scott Park cemetery.
CHAMBERS William Chambers, June 15,
aired oh years u montns zj days. Funeral
from the family residence. 805 Minnesota
ave., at 8:45 A. M. today (Thursday), June
17, thence to the Church of Blessed Sacra
ment Maryland ave. and Blandena. st
where services will be held at 9 A. M.
Friends invited. Interment Mt. Calvary
MARSHALL In this city, June 14, George
w . Aiarsnaii, agea &a years s montns o
dnyn. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, -which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at a f. ax. today (Thurs
day), June 17. Interment Rivervlew Cem
The only residence undertaking establish
ment in Portland with private driveway,
Main u. A loyu.
J. FINLEY & SON,
Montgomery, at Fifth.
um Pnwi R n HOI.VAN thn leadlnz
funeral director, 20 Third street, corner
laluiou. A.auy assisLO.nL. -A. iiiii, iuam uv
i S. DUNNING, INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 Bast Al
der street. East 6, B 2 Olio.
A Tt P.r.T.Ti-.R CO.. SH2 WILLIAMS AVE.
Kast 1U68, C 10BS. Lady attendant. Day
and night service. .
MILEB & TRACEY, independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as -u. u.
Washington and Ella sts. Main tiill, A 7ato.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine. Phone Main 4Jl, A 4506.
BREEZE SNOOK. Sunnyside Parlors;
auto hearse. 10o eimont su laDor ujo,
B 1252. '
K. T. BYRNES, Williams ave. and Knott.
East llio. C 11M3. Laay anenuauu
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady assistant. .asi ibi,
cmr-wiry l'-nRRTAKIXfl rOUPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main m-. A .mi. Lauy ,""'""
A..,.a tnr. fnnrfiln ami weddiQKS.
Funeral Service Co., Woodlawn 2023, C 1158.
PORTLAND Marble Works, 4th St.,
opposite City Hall, builders of memorials
ington. Main 20tf, A Flowers for all
occasions, aruaut-ttujf BbP"
CLARKE BROS., florists, 97 Morrison St.,
Mai. or A lfc03. Fine flowers and floral
d es i gns. No branch s tores. .
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
Designs ana sprang. eunn u-j-.
SUNNYSIDE Greenhouse. Fresh flowers.
Phone B 152. E. 33d and Taylor.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215, A 212L Selling
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
574 BELMONT ST.
Pbones East B 2515. Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiriiig a pet may communicate with us.
MONEY TO LOAN
3oOO FOK GOOD RESIDEXCE LOAN.
Anounll to Suit L'IO to l.-.UOO.
ip-l.'.OO $5000 tor Farm Loans.
Geo. JH. Thomas
M7 Oak St., Room 2, Aloswortb Bids.
Made on City aid .Nearby Farm Property
Interest 7 and 8 Per Cent.
No Overcharges. fo Red Tape. Straight
Loans on Straight Propositions.
OhlXiO.X INV. 4 MOlilli. CO.
Moc-b ExchanKe BulIuiuE, TbJrd and
Western Bond Sc
Our Own Moiy al Current Rates.
MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION B'JNDS.
1 FAKM AND CITV LOANS.
H0 Fourth St.. Hoard of Trade BldffJ
City and Farm ProiHrt1wi in
Amount at Current kL&tee
HAET MAN-THOMPSON, Backers
x onrtu and btaxk btxoat.
fcw ik.'vfjgr - Corner
NEW TOO AT.
vated enlarged lobby all modern cetw
venlences. Rooms, with private bath. II
the rates are low don't think the serv
ic la poor. Special rates by week mr
month, several rooms with wan
making them practically eultea.
on Improved city and farm property at
crrrent rates. Attractive repayment
privileges, loana quickly closed. Call
COT tARGE LO.iS OS cof
O O BUSINESS PROPERTIES O
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
7-219 Northwestern Bask Bulldlnc
Marshall 4114, A 4118.
OS IMPROVED BUSINESS PKOPERTTM
Residence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent. Ac
cording to Location. Plenty of Money
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-3 Northwesters Bank Bids;.
NORTHWESTERN BANK. BulLDWO
HY AMOUNT ST CUIWBn RCTES
REAL KSTATE DEALERS.
- Wilcox bldg.
BENEDICT BROS., 930 Hawthorn ave.
Xor Sale Lota.
$750 cash buys beautiful lot, slightly
over 5UX10U, next to corner in fast-growing
par of Laurelhurst; dandy building
lot or rood Investment; if you are looking
for a snap, this is your opportunity, tiee
owner, room 203 Oregonian bids.
WUARTEK-ACRE tract for $350, 110 down,
$5 a month. Best value In the city. This
property is located on West Side, 15 min
utes' car ride. G-cent fare. City water.
M. E. Lee. 0j5 Corbett uldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, EXCLUSIVELY.
Have several downright sacrifices, both
In lots and houses; make an offer.
Marshall 4S27. BROOK IS. A 3839.
MY fine lot must so; near park and carline;
will take best offer. E 88, Oregonian.
For Sale Beach Property.
ELK CREEK CANNON BEACH,
Two beautiful lots, iOOxlOO. In Elk Creek
Park Addition, close to ocean; an ideal
piece of property for either a Summer cot
tage or an investment; a snap for cash.
See owner, room 2U3 Oregonian bids,
IT WILL cost very little to spend your va
cation at beauttrul Columbia, Beach. Fish
ing, clammintc, boating, tennis. Completely
furnished tents for rent. Autos meet all
trains. Information 1100 Northwestern
SEAVIEW bargain; a choice lot, $lo0, 2
blocks from depot, near ocean. AC
- lor fSal; Houses.
Party must have money and will sell
his fine 12-room fctrictiy modern homo la
Alameda Park, with 2 fine loats, cor
ner, with magnificent view, block to
car, at a great sacrifice; we mean every
word we say. Let me show it to you; no
reasonable offer will be refused.
F. DUBOIS. 723 Chamber of Commerce.
LIST OF DESIRABLE HOMES.
Before buying be sure to look at our
list of brand new, exquisite homes In LAU
RELHURST, the addition of beautiful
homes, ranging from $l'oOO up. Laurel
hurst Co., i!70H Stark st., or at tract of
fice in Laurelhurst, E. 3!th and GHsan sts.
BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME.
One of the handsomest 8 -room homes In
Laurelhurst, just completed ; choice loca
tion; 1 block to car; beautiful view, COxloO
lot. Price only $4300. Most acceptable
terms. It's a rare bargain.
J. W- CKOSSLET.
270 Stark St, Main 1503, A 3515.
NEW VERY SWELL EASY TERMS.
5 iarge, airy rooms, sleeping porch, JIv-Ing-rcom
li'xS. fireplace. Inlaid parquet.
oak floors, elegant beveled plate buffet
and bookcases, glass knob hardware, swell
fixtures. Moat attractive home in district.
Phone owner, Tabor 19u0.
As part payment on my 6-room modern
house, well located, OOxloO lot; if you want
an inexpensive home and have a clear lot
or a li;ht late model auto to trade, sea
me at once.
C. M. DERR, 1100 N. W. Bank bid.
5-ROOM bungalow that Is worth your time
to see; if you are in the market for a nice,
conveniently arranged and well-located
home; two blocks to excellent car service;
JJ000; good terms, or will consider your
vacant lot as part payment
C. M. DEHR, 1100 N. W. Bank bldg.
BEAUTIFUL view, acre, fruit, berries,
garden, big 5-rooin bungalow, double con-
structed ; not quite finished ; barn, chicken-house,
Jersey cow, o-minute car ride.
West Side, $lrtu0; terms to right party. T.
Thomas, t02 Title & Trust bldg.
WHY pay rent when we will build you a
3-room bungalow. 75x100 feet, for only
$5."0; $100 down, $10 a month; best home
value In the city. This is on th West
Side, 16 minutes' ride. 5-cent fare, city
watet M. E. Lee, 505 Corbett bldg.
5 -room new bungalow, hard -surface
street. Never a chance like this again.
$1700, $100 down, $15 per month. H. G.
Epton, 431! Chamber of Commerce,
LEA'V I N G TH E CITY". "
Must sell strictly modern S-room Irving
ton home; will make big sacrifice; see it
if interested ; make an offer, Dubois, 7-i
Chamber of Commerce.
ROSE CITY PAKK BARGAIN.
Big sacrifice, leaving city, must sell at
once our two-story nix-rooin house, abso
lutely modern; built two years. Tabor
1 sy. Ntf dealers.
COSY " little house on choice lot with fruit
trees, which I will sell on terms like rent .
tor S8U' Only people desiring to buy
for themselves uetd apply, tie owner, ola .
$20 MONTH which includes interest, 5 rooms,
bath, fireplace, built-in conveniences, ce
ment basement, cement sidewalk paid, re
stricted district. Woodlawn 3712.
DOUBLE house, near head of Love joy st.;
large lot; under lease to good tenan ts ; flue
income ; owner muuC sell; wants offer. JJ ,
O-KOOM modern bungalow; cement base- .
ment, furnace, fireplace, hardwood floors.
Hy owner, 1007 fcichuyler st. Tabor OOy.
4-room house, 75xl00-foot lot. See
Austin Ht 72d and Sandy boulevard.
GREGORY INVESTMENT, CO.
ern house, on lot 50x100; actual cost $4uuu. '
This place goes for $i"j00, on terms. Call r
for O. GustafHon. 401 Board of Trade.
' FOR SALE1.
Nice homo; owner forced to sell cheap; 7
6 rooms lot SOxJOG. H6." K. lftlh North, -
503 Dekum bids. Marshall 644S.
A SNAP I will discount my equity in my
6 -room home and sell on easy terms; the
best buy in Portland. Call at 20a K. 70th
st. X. Take "MV' car.
IF you ar-j looking for a bargain In a home
on easy terms phone Main t916 morning
EQUITY of $43! in $2500 Rose City house;
house has been built one year; will sell
equity fur $.".0 cash. Phone Tabor
TRUSTEE SALE A modern 3-room resi
dence Nob Hill corner. $S30O, no trad;
t e rms' if desired. AC Oregonian.
FOR SALE New. modern 1 V -story bun
galow in Irvington ; complete in every
detail; price $450o. Phone E. 404..
IRVINGTON residence, seven rooms and
sleeping porches; terms. Phone Kast
SACRIFICE SALE "-room modern nous
in Hawthorne section. Deal direct witti
owner and s ave commission. Kaa t 1 S7.
$1800 New Irvington bungalow; $600 loss;
identity revealed only actual buyer. A
Siouu. $5oo DOWN, 6-room bungalow, cor.
lot, tVQxlQQ. airt Northwest bldg.
NEW, modern 12-room house, in Irvington.
it. B. Rice, East 242.
IK YOU own a iot and wish to build, com
in and talk it over. Curtis, S"Va Oak.
?l5 MONTHLY buys you home. . Phom
owner, C. S. Andrews, Tabor 3248.