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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TTIURSDAY. JULY 8,' WIS.
C. G. Wilson, of Linnton, Cho
sen President and W. E.
BUSINESS ACTION DELAYED
Application of Captain Peterson for
Itenewal of Branch at Astoria
Is Granted Meetings to Be
. Second Tuesday In Month.
Organization of the new personnel
of tha Oregon State Board of Pilot
Commissioners, as named In June by
Oovernor "Withycombe. was perfected
yesterday, -with C. G. Wilson, of Linn
ton. vice-president of the Clark A Wil
son Lumber Company, as president.
Other members are Captain J. Speler.
harbormaster of the City of Portland,
and Edward C. Judd. of Astoria, a
well-known member of 'he legal pro
fession and formerly County Judge of
The new commission succeeds James
Monks, of this city; John Kopp, of Sea
tide, and S. M. (Jallatjher, of Astoria,
with Neal Crosby, of Astoria, as secre
tary. Shipping: Interests of Portland,
representing most of those engaged in
the chartering of vessels in the export
trade on the river, had urged Gover
nor Withycombe to give Multnomah
County a majority representation on
the commission. I
W. E. Mahoney Named Secretary.
When United States Senator George
E. Chamberlain was Governor of Ore
gon he appointed Fred N. Pendleton,
of Buffum & Pendleton, and Fred
Hagemann. a shipchandler. members
of the commission from Multnomah
County, and they served with Judge
Taylor, of Astoria. Since their terms
expired a majority of the commission
has been held by Clatsop County.
At yesterday's session Captain Speier
was named temporary chairrrttin and,
while nominated for president, he de
clined the position, retiring in favor
of Mr. Wilson. AV. K. Mahoney was
named secretary to succeed Mr. Cros
by July 13. The commission decided to
meet the second Tuesday in. each month
at the office of Captain Speier, the
hour being 4:30 o'clock P. M.
The application of Captain John
Peterson, of the Columbia River Pilots'
Association, who directs the affairs of
the Astoria office of that body, for a
renewal of his river branch was
Considerable Business In Line.
Being the initial .session the commis
sion did not take up other matters, but
is expected to transact considerable
business at Tuesday's meeting. The
commission has jurisdiction in the mat
ter of licenses for the Columbia River
bar pilots, as well as those operating
on the river between Portland and As
toria, and among its responsibilities
are the regulation of pilotage, the in
vestigation of accidents and such, de
tails. As Captain Speier has enjoyed ex
perience as a navigator, Mr. AVilson has
to do with shipping in that many ves
sels are loaded at the Clark & AVilson
plant in the domestic and offshore
trade. -nd Mr. Judd is familiar with
lower-river conditions, shippers feel
that the new body will execute its du
LA PEROISE AT A LGOA BAY
"avlgators Known Here Join Armj
and Xavy of I-'rance.
After a run of 107 days from the
river, the French ship La Perouse re
ported at Algoa Bay July 4. Bays a
Merchants' Exchange message. It is
not known what the ship will do,
though she may return here, as the
Llndfield and AViscombe Park are un
der charter to proceed from there to
Portland for grain.
Many masters of French vessels
known here have cast their lot with
the army and navy of France since
the war was precipitated. CaDtain
1 ieulangard. of the French ship Ernest
Reyer. is serving as a captain in the
French army. Captain Chotard, skipper
of the French bark Marie Molinos. is
with the army also, while Captain Be
rette. who was on the Joinville, is In
the French navy as a Lieutenant and
is said to nave been honored recently
as a result of bravery in engagements
' before the Dardanelles. Captain Jamet,
formerly on the Ljb Pilier, which is
now on the way here from Callao for
wheat. Is a Lieutenant in the French
army and First Officer Joncourt, who
was on the Ernest Reyer, is an offi
cer on duty in the trenches. It is said
other French, mariners now on the
Coast intend returnine- to FVanr. tn
take part in the war. E. Polo, head of
the Maritime Association and operator
of numerous ships, is reported among
those killed at the front several weeks
MACKINAW SOLD TO FLOODS
Steamer Loads Coal After Delivering
Portland Grain In Australia.
Pan Francisco advices report the sale
oi ine steamer Mackinaw by the Rob
ti jjonar Company to George and
James Flood. The vessel was cleared
from here June 26 with a grain cargo
or Mfioourne. and she is to be joined
at Honolulu, where she rails to cnai
by George Flood, who will accompany
her to Australia. She loads a coal car
go there for Java, and from there will
The Mackinaw is one nf tha iSei
known vessels on the Coast. She was
ouiii m issu at West Bay City. Mich.
and until sold to the Dollar interests
a short time ago was managed by
AVilliam G. Krebs. fihe is 270 feet
long, with beam of 41.9 feet and 24 feet
depth , of hold. Until recently she was
operated in Oriental waters, for a num
ber of months Under charter to the
Dollar line. On leaving San Fran
Cisco on her way here fire broke out
in her engine-room and she was towed
back to the Golden Gate. On being re
paired she made a second start and ran
into heavy northwest weather and had
machinery trouble that neld her back.
Some of her crew refused to sail from
Portland on the ship, but Captain Krebs
had no trouble filling their places.
COMMISSION" RCTKS FLEETS
Copies of Tariffs Arrive From In.
terstr.te Commerce Body.
Days of sudden changes in rates ap
pear to be waning rapidly on deep
water lines through the fact that rail
road owned fleets are coming under
tne jurisdiction of the Interstate Com
merce Commission, the latest being the
San Francisco & Portland Steamship
Company, which is to be brought under
the ruling of the National body Aug
There were copies of 10 tariffs re
. ceiveu yesterday By that line, five on
freight and one passenger tariff, in
which It will be interested, the others
not being directly related to Fortland
business. It is believed that before
long all ocean lines transacting busi
ness between two states will have to
file tariffs and accept the same regu
lations as the railroad owned fleets
and that much, the same system will
be followed as with rail lines. In the
past it has been possible to lower rates
instantly if certain desirable natron
age arose, but hereafter the customary
ju days notice must be given.
STEAMER SIMPSON COMING
Stetson, AA'apama and Willamette
Load Lumber at Northern Ports.
To load here for Southern California
the steamer A. M. Simpson, of the
well-known Simpson fleet, which has
been plying regularly between Coos
Bay and San Francisco, has been char
tered by the Charles R. MeCormick
Lumber Company for one voyage, bhe
leaves San Francisco Saturday and will
be here Tuesday.
The steamer J. B. Stetson, arriving
yesterday from the south, goes to Grays
Harbor for lumber after discharging
inward cargo, and the AA'apama and
AVillamette will unload general stuff
here on their next voyages and proceed
to Puget Sound for lumber. The Daisy
Putnam was cleared from here yester
day for San Francisco with 300 tons of
wheat, 145 tons of oil cake meal, 21
tons of linseed oil, (3 tons of oats and
97 tons of general cargo, in addition to
400.000 feet of lumber she takes on
LOXCSHOllEMEX'S STRIKE ENDS
AValkout at Seattle Wharves Is Due
SEATTLE. July 7. The union, long
shoremen, who walked out at the
wharves where they had been handling
cargoes of the steamships Minnesota.
Hilonian and Amur, returned to work
today on the order of their officers.
The men demanded discharge of all
non-union men. An agreement had re
cently been reached between union of
ficials and employers for increase of
wages without recognition of the union,
and the agreement is to be submitted
to the Pacific Coast district long
shoremen's convention in San Francisco
Yesterday's walkout was due? to a
misunderstanding by the men.
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, July is
Hop..lulan. . - ..
fiaiau . . . .
Having unloaded risr- -..-. ...
Unit' off In.'X " h WuVn.
harbor about 0:ao o'cio.-ir i... .!.. 1 L"Z
return to .. The veei u to ii-lnsr her
entire catch here in the future
Carrylns a lareer i . .
"lth We" "l"ed wah tr..Ul"r7
the North Pacific .learner Geo W Eu'
taptaln Jearcn. gut away from Colombia
dock at 0 o'clock last nleht 7"
porta. The Santa Clara r o... ..
ailed from San Francisco ye.terday after
noon en route here bv was r k..i."
Marshfield. " "u
Low water in the Stink nit..- i .
The Dallex-Columbla line to discontinue re-
."V . "r lnal "'strict, but the
teamen i will ply as u.ual a. far.a. Kenne
wlck and Pasco. The steamer Twin fltlea
Is to make her first trip .on the Portland
Kennewlck schedule tomorrow morning tak
ing the place of the steamer J. N Teal
.. up umii tne opening; of the
Halllne from T.n A n 1 . . k . . ......
Oil tanker Wm. y. Herrln was entered at
the Cuitnm-houie yesterdav with i-i inm
rela of crude oil. 20.000 nllnn. ..r' ......
nd 0.000 sallona of distillate.
Chief Engineer Ruuell. of th. h-i.i.k
steamer Egyptian Transport, has departed
for England and he will be encVeeded aboard
by his flrat assistant. Mr. Knssell has been
lit the service, of the line 17 years. Brltlin
Consul Ersklne conducted a brief Investlga-
jmvwmnjr ima report oi trouoie aboard
the vessel with Arab firemen, but said later
that It apparently amounted to little.
"Captain" Budd, of the O-W RAN
fresh-water coterie, fa getting ready to atari
the steamer Harvest Ounn nm .
shaft is expected to be finished Haturrlay
-" " in j. t U inw service next weea. The
T. J. Potter and Haaaalo have been hanrilms
capacity crowds between Portland. Astoria
In tow of the aasnllne eraft ruiv th
rasollne cruiser Arab has arrived from Tilla-
mooK to be repaired, aa she recently met
with an accident off that harbor.
On her way to Australia from Portland,
with grain, the BHtlah steamr Uerwent
River was reported calling at Honolulu
1-aden with supplies for poetl'ght stations
and lighthouses, the tender Heather sot
dy m A",or,a tor Puget bound yeater-
San -Francisco Is the destination of the
steamer Saginaw, which was entered T'a
terday with general cargo and loads lumber
for the return.
The steamer Johan Poulaen was cleared
for tha Golden Gate with 730.000 feet of
Chances of masters recorded at the rua-tum-bouae
yesterday include J. Zumwalt be
ing signeJ on the steamer Wenona. vice b
Ppencer: Ed Williams on the Urahamona.
Chris Bluhm retlrlnc. and F. H. Hsnon n
tne ferry Lionel R. Webster. W. H. Robert
son being relieved.
Repairs are being made to the "Tntteh
oven" of the dredge Columbia at the public
drydock and she will be ready for channel
work in a few das. The Willamette and
Portland are engaged In digging In the lower
part of the harbor.
Estimates have been made that the trestle
of the north Jetty at the mouth of the Co
lumbia will be finished by August 1. wlilch
means that the last bent will be in place
ready for the reception of rock, if the same
rate of progress Is made on the jetty as
during the past, it wl'.l be completed early
Hood lllitr Kerry Sold.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. July 7. (Spe
cial.) Bert Kent, who has been em
ployed by Captain Treiber for the past
year, has purchased from Captain Trei
ber the Hood Rt ver-lTnderwood ferry
system. Captain Treiber will go to the
Pucet Sound country, where he has
made a reputation as a ferry-boat
Chamberlain at Chautauqua.
ALBANY, nr., July J7. (Special.)
PpeakircK on the "Business Aspect of
the European War." United States Hen
ator Chamberlain addressed the Albany
Chautauqua today. He is the second
member of Oregon's Congressional
delegation to speak at the local Chau
tauqua. Representative Hawley. of the
First District having; been the princi
pal speaker at the opening; session of
the Chautauqua yesterday.
TO HAVE MOREFISH
Mark of 10,000,000 Trout in
Oregon Is Set Up as
CALIFORNIA FRY SECURED
Wallowa Lake to Be Stocked and
Possibly Others; M6re Birds Are
to Be Purchased Also; Cot
ernor Is nthula.lic.
SALKM, Or.. July 7. (Special.)
That the Fish and Game Commission
Intends to pursue a vigorous policy In
developing Oregon's resources of spe
cial interest (u sportsmen is evidenced
by arrangements lust entered into be
tween Governor W'ithycombe and Cal
ifornia authorities. whereby 100.000
lake Tahoe trout try are to be brought
here. The new Commission set up the
mark of 10,000.000 trout fry as soon as
it can be reached, not to mention as
material an increase In salmon propa
gation as can be contrived.
The especially desirable characteris
tics of the trout raided in Tahoe Lake,
in California, came to the attention of
the Commission. It mas pointed out
that Wallowa Lake. In Oregon, is a
body of water similarly situated to
Tahoe. Further, apparently it has been
shown by investigation there that the
Wallowa trout are deteriorating. This,
it is generally believed. Is due. to too
much Inbreeding. The cure seems to
be the introduction of new stock.
W. H. Khebley. Superintendent of
Hatcheries for California, has informed
Governor Withycombe that the Tahoe
fry will be ready soon at the Kisson
hatchery. The Governor Is commu nl
catinsr with other members of the Ore
icon Commission, and, if agreeable to
them. Superintendent of Hatcheries
Clanton will be instructed to arranae
for sending; the Oregon fishcar "Rain
bow" to Slsson at the proper time.
The Tahoe trout, which are famous
for their aamenees. will be placed in
Wallowa Lake promptly on their ar
rival. Presumably rzK will be taken
from the transplanted fish aa they
ftrow in Wallowa Lake, and the strain
added to other lakes.
It is also probrble that a few thou
sand of the Imported fiery will be placed
In Crater and Diamond lakes. Com
missioner Warren Is taklne up the
matter with sportsmen of Medford.
Also steps are beln taken to pur
chase more came birds.
"The Commissioners and myself
would like literally to swamp the state
with fish and game, if that were pos
sible," said Governor Withycombe.
"The department is well equipped with
funds. We hope to be able to set thv
most for all we spend."
EVAN EVANS IS FAVORITE
Idaho Republican Central Commit
tee Delegates Plscuss Situation.
IJOISK. Idaho. July 7 (Special.)
T.. . . . . 1 -. . . ...
con r-.ve.im. or cranKevnie. an an
nounced candidate for chairman of the
1 " ..... vi. .j.nic v . 1 1 li hi committee.
probably will be the choice of that or
ganization when- it meets at the Owy
hee Hotel tomorrow afternoon.
Arriving- committeemen, discussing
E...u.lF(a luutBui, tnai me
Northern counties are practically unit
ed for Kvans and there Is no desire on
ever see one?
There are many with the ell-tale signs of indigestion
heart, liver or nerve troubles who don't suspect that coffee
is a frequent cause of these and other ills.
Any ailing person can find if coffee has anything to
do with his trouble, by a 10-days change to
the pure food-drink.
It contains no caffeine or tannin (the coffee drugs)
nothing but the nourishing elements of whole wheat,
roasted with a little wholesome molasses.
Postum comes in two forms: Postum Cereal the
original form must be well boiled to bring out the
flavour and food value and Instant Postum the soluble
form prepared in the cup with hot water instantly!
Grocers everywhere sell both kinds. They are equally
delicious, and cost about the same per cup.
Most people can make good use of a strong body, clear
brain and steady nerves.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
the part of the South to push any
candidate from this section. There
may be a sudden change, however, af
ter the committee goes into session.
Mr. Kvana was twice political manager
tor judge James K. Allshie. when he
ran for United States Senator.
LOW FIRE MARK IS HELD
Klght Blazes, With Total Loss or
$600, Reported for Week.
Portland still keeps up Its remark
ably low fire record. The Fire Bu
reau reports that for the first seven
daya of July there were only eight
tires, with a total loss of about 100.
For the corresponding; period of last
year there were 4a fires with property
loss of 1230. OOu.
Last month was a record-breaker for
scarcity of fire alarms. The reduction
In alarms and losses La. traceable di
rectly to the fire prevention campaign
waged In the city during the last seven
LARGEST CLUB IS IN HOWE
New and Expensive Quarters Are
Occupied by Bankers.
NEW YORK. July 2. The Bankers'
Club of America, said to be the largest
luncheon club In the United Stales,
which numbers amonr its 160 mem
bers most of the leading; bankers ot
this city, haa occupied Its quarters In
the new Kquttable building. The club
rooms are the largest in the world,
covering an area of 119.000 square
The cost of furnishings and equip
ment wns $750,000. Initiation fees and
dues of members amount to nearly
The hoard of governors are 5! men
prominent In banking, business and
legal circles, who are trustees for more
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Marrtagw I leeweew.
KtNZ-AMiKH.i Horace W. Kuns. -4. Ill
East Main street, and Mabel Anders, ;l. same
FRl' HA RD - Ktisr.n Knnls Prlchsrd.
It. 471 Kait Fiftieth street, and Mlea
Kaiser. l. l:T' Hawthorne aenua.
DAVIKK.Hul.MSTKA ft Orover C. Uavles
51. (It North T rntv-flrsl street, and Hen
nah 3a. Holtn.nd. IT. W Overton street.
rF.CII.-Bl Hf-.k. James f Cetll !!.
rtiu-v. or., and Jesais M. Blbee. legal. H
M'.N DyrlsT-HATKM AN Charles Funi
qulst. legal. ? CMnmb'a street, and Jennie
lleteman. legal. ?74t Fifth street.
HICKFTT-ttOONKT Mitchell J. Mickey,
legal. TAJ North Fifteenth street, and slar
garvt .? P.om.ev legal. 73 Icjor street.
TinBAl.l-OlCKSOX Charles W. Tltlhall.
M. r . legal. r.'li Elgtyrond street
Houtheaet. and Florence I.. Dlekaon. legal.
HOI.I.HTKR.IJN'D Robert F. Ilo'llster.
legal. TO Kast Forty-first street, and ltertha
D. l.lnd. legal. S . 1 Kerby ern-et.
B.MI.EY-Dl'N V R. V. Bsi:ev. legal, lit
North Third street, and Mrti Dunn, legal.
1 Fant Twelfth street.
SORWOon - M I.AI i'.HI.IN- John Nor
wood. SI, Vale. Or., and Mabel McLaugiilln.
14, Rose Frlrnd apartments.
THOM AS-STRATTON Arthur WlnfleM
Thomas. !gal, Cleveland. O., and tlraca
btilee KtSatton. legal. I -7 Oantenbein avenue.
WOOKWOHTH-STKADMAN Cyrus A.
Wood worth, s. 40 Hancock street, and
Hasel Maude eteadman. :. ft East Thirty,
JACOnsOV To Mr. and Mm. If. Jacob,
son. Kast Ninth avenue aoutheaat, July
1. a son.
OI.SOV To Mr. and M rs. F.lmer Olsoa.
T Fast Kighttcth street North. June J. a
FEIt-.HT To Mr. and Mrs. Forest Feight.
;i Buffalo street. July 1. a daughter.
A.M'EltsO.N To Mr. and Mrs. ole Ander
son. 7S4 Horthwlck street, July 4, a daugh
ter. RIT.ET To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riley, t0
Twelfth street. June 37. a son.
I1ET To Mr. snd Mrs Harry C. Beta.
; East Klghth atreet North. July 2. a
l.KITHEISER To Mr. and Mra. Prank J.
Leltheiser. &cy ftelmont street, July 4, tarina.
a daughter snd son.
M TAISTHV To Mr. and Mra. Fentnn Mc
Carthy. It; East Eleventh street. July 1. a
CASTXER To Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Caat
ner. Pheridan. or., June S. a son.
BERUE To Mr. and Mra. Frederick Berg.
2Sr Fourteenth street, June 79. a son.
INSKEEP To Mr. and Mra Chester A.
Tnskeep. OSt Seventieth street Soutbesst.
June s. a son.
JFRilK.EX To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D.
Jorgensen. 274 Psrkside Drive, June St. s
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Weber .Uoseavood Ilobv (.rood f 8290
No Interest meaas saving of Sl.13.00. Tntal saving If ass bur aow, S. . OS.
Astsaaslir-rierlrlr IMarer I'laao STTUI 8200
No Interest means saving f I1A.OO. Tlal sating If too bar aow. gtB.Vas).
Ilerrrvrood Orehestrloa I'lateo. Ilsneillr SIT.-.o 8750
No Interest meons sat lag of lS s. Total sotuig If oa bur now. tllsd.SS.
Ckasc llrss I arlsbt Plain Model Sfrft 9 j)q
No Interest means sating af H8. Tula! satins If roa buy boot. til. SR.
UavlasV ! I'larer Plana. Metal Tn blast V.a 8300
No interest means sating of f '.'.. I ulal sal"g if ta bu) aow, gij;.l.
Talking Machine Specials
Large f.ranboplaone. mry I'ovtrrfal Melsr Tin
Saaablre 'lot I'hoaograab 1
ll.e Talklnar Marhtae
Late Model I'rrmaaril Point Phonograph -J
imall t.raphophooe. Clear Toae
Nearly eav lltse Talklag Maeblne
I Use Tnlklns Harklar. Har tondltlaa... S 41
Late Hornless Cabinet l)t.r lljrliiar Slixt
rtappblre Point lbaograpb t-1
llaxr Talklaai Maehlnar. i.ood t'oacllfion .T
DlarTalkls. Maeblne. t.ood t'nnttlfloa :
Terms VI Co. hi !Me WeeKly as d I awards. Kvrrr Marhlae l.naranl ee
t lasa Coadltion. Prleea laelodo m heleniss of Iteeorda.
ISIT Ol'R Til.KIM. Mt"HIM-: NI HlXOItll KXCIHX.K DIT
Privilege of Kvehanse Within Use Year
Tow Mar Jteleet. W e t Hotting I-tall taaait Paid to Iti
KIRST-CI.A! Tl'MMr I iIIH;llT. -! tiltM. PC-.Vk Plin K
KOIt I Mil KIH A IK AVli:ll.
XVfelcMt and Hctnll "TMK UTOltlJ TH tT 'IIn;i-:H Xt I TK-H KT.
Mnailn-Crcm' C OUtrlhal-rm. ' rotril Afreet. rar - a Ik la a tmwu
AI- KADKR TEMPIK, A.
A. O. N. M. t ip'f-l train
vlll leare Inton lepot for
th Imprial c'ounril at ISe
attl tu Kund.r. Jury 11. at
li n'rlork. nitdt..(hL. and on
Monrtiy. July 12. at II U P.
!. M-ke rB4nrtitiflni and
eur ti'kta at Northern
r-iff tU'hct o.flrt. Third
a nd Momion at. Vlnin
.Mea ar invited to c
HL'iH J. MOTH.
H NNTSIDK TDOK, NO. IAO.
j . A. y. AND A. ! stated com-
am, rnttTticat l-n tnnicM T burp. a y .
A. ssrTtr t-1 Th.n v.f.ait;, and Yamhill
sV mt re-.-t8 Nr.rth. H. A. li-tr?.
mmm tlHtCOON tHKINt, YVl.it hr'.r.e
,2 f Jeruaalem. A rernlar met jn
V t Oregon thrins No, 1. W. P. J..
'gT' In the Mttonlr Tmple at o'clock.
SKLl.ir. M K1NU.V, Kcrih,
k.A OK VM J N O M M A N H K It T.
t -mJ T. Hcular eonclar ih
our MttenUstnce wlil t ap
C. K. w l,:JAM, nevorder.
EXTRA-Kmbiera jewelrj, of all ktnria;
8(XaHt.-.t4 d-otsm UiAdt Jttr Broc. Jaera.
P1J WMKR-ln tht cltv. Jul- T. at th ri
0rfir .f her pter. Mra. V. F. H-ni, 1
Kin Kifteenth tred-i. Neva rearl IM'im
mer, tcH ;; . if of ti . E. Plummer
ant n."t (ter vf al'la Mtriar't anl Ctih
rin lulae Hlummer. The funeral rv.
Ira alll b het'l at tit conar atory rhapel
of K. Iunnlfft. Inc . Kat Mi fun-ral
i 'rctofn. 411 Et Aider tre"i. Kritla .
Ju.v at t zo M Kr'.en'la InltetL In
terment R.rrv(e Omtr.
('HUMAN At th reilrn-4 of her alMr.
M t O U'l truer, at Vllwiukt. r..
I. M July Z. Mrs. T. 1 t harrnan. of ir.
ion l Kunera I ar Irea lit le hM at
I tie f a nil.y reltene at Orfni fit 5 I.
M. t04ia iThurwiay . Jnly . Xnterment at
HTRATTOV Th funeml of th lat fUmu
el Htmtton -.ill h helrl (nin tho Carion
UiKlorifikiriff purlorg At 'irfuhnn todav
iThurtwlnyt, July a. t 3 P. M. Interment
to l mad In ML tScott Park Oinetery.
H A SKET Private rv!eea wt!V h hM from
te rhiprl of Munt Soti t'TneTer
Cwmitor um vf r the rem t na of the lat
Jaenh Fiakct at 1X-S0 Ivdav. Thursday.
wit la mmr dotthle credit
re-eiH 1 r ii en-l
ie mt he iiaj er--ihm
t avur home,
blnjc Jt moucntj
Classy $400 Piano
Cash $6 Monthly
Within 30 Months.
aVsapIr MsMlrl UMt 3B5
lalal Mllm It 70s) hmj mm. Htm.fi.
nasal.T Modrl fuvtn J213
tmal uTttif if iai hmf sist. aViss si.
Mierataa. Mlf-I S360
latal aatlac X J mm Bay aow , Urnt..
Mrljr (r4 mzt- S135
Tcxal amainc If ymu bmf aaaav, mm.
lolal aaatus If ) ' Wast. I
.niti Mosiei a.-A
lolal asilag If al bujr ataw.
.karalss Mvi- aVtT.
Isxal aatains If kaijr laaat. itmw.mm.
.l anr Maalrl -'W
i ot.l satins If jmrnhuf w." fla.S.
. 1 u . 4 1
d In Klrst-
for Any New Plnao or Talkl
Th only rwMd-nc undertaking taMIb
ment in i t'and wltn iri.t Uiltaajr.
Main 9, A li'
J I". FIM.ET hON.
V "n t f; omr . mi Ki!th
M It. KtW AfU HOt.M A N. th leadline
f ui.et a I -Jtre. t -r. Z-'t 1 nirj ati et or tier
ba muti. .UaOy a4tant. A liil. Main Jv7.
K. i- I'l .N.M.N'i. IN.
Kat Id Kunerai ii"'tort, till tail Al
er re-t. fc.at ."'a, 14 ,.'".
A. It. ZCl.U.H t-O.. mp' v:i.UMS AVE.
Kat C l-atly atieauanU i.'a J
an-i iiiht r i .
NN1 4k M KNTsv. funeial dif-xira.
r. t4v and lin. A'Uwn 3U.n 4it, A
(-N(.K. funu)i-l I'arlor.
1 t-tU Bf . mon Law X a bur
MIUIsKH TKVCKV. tnae.4Fne.t fuite-At
dlrefim a Ku"n a lota- aa f e.
Uah In tfnn a nd Kl la ale. Main t '7 ..
V. 1- I.Klc m. Kaet llih and C-a atrt.
""pkTTwEj M'KUTAKIN'. rnj.PANY, .Id
and 4 ia. tain 4M a - I . Ij1 nn.lm.
It. T. KVKNt. Wt.l:ama aw. auu Kn(U
Fa lllj. O Udy attendat.t.
MAKTIN A Cli Mtt I'O.. fionaia. 21? VN irh.
n t..n. Main .rt . a -.'t. Klura tor all
' i'l"n. ini'tml y arranaed.
CI -A r. K E 14 IIO?1 . JlortPta. ."7 Morrison at..
la.n or A 1 Fine floei a and floral
ttftitn N t. ranch amre.
tl....'lDE t,irernt'V.c. Kre-i riora.
fhon It 1 K. -t"d and Ta lor.
MAX M. bMIIH. Main T2i j, A -111. ttin
MONT Mr XT'.
I'OUTl.lMi il.'tl. Work.. 4th sl
orpeitl til) Ha. I. Uui:ars ot ms mortals.
pr:mp, w hen aom
nox OHK E OPENH TOD AT
I ltra4wy. al Taylor
Main 1. A Hit
1 Week InLx't Mon. July 12
?TDC woki.iik (.Ki .imi
luiJ r.M.lTslt.MT.KlNta ACTRgsa
SOS. WED, THl'R, Fill. SAT.
61-ECIAL TRICE HAT. WKU.
Q. HERX1UD c'llAW-1
rvn. NldllT. Sl-ECIAI. SAT. MAT.
The Second Mrs.Tanqueray
I M AIL UKIIU1V Mm I
rm'f : K!o-r. 11 roos iz. T at ft :v.
Ia3c.ine 11 O". TAr. 6c Oalirrr c
I'vo-.h Mats : I'loor. 11 riai 91 ct. 7 at ti.
lal.-on II. IK, l&o. t.'c. liai.ery
MATINrr.4, l(V. Ml.lITS je oe.
I'ortlaad'a (Greatest AaaBaemeat
TODAY'S FHCK l-ntKiR IIIMCl
StM P. M. AMI i30 p. l.
ui:t iii:.i ki I'AitK
Israrr laaika and Tnrslj-f.arta Ms.
Jl I.Y 7. S. . IO. II
C.aates llesla Wrekdata at 3 P. M.
ttoadaya, Si34) P. M.
l!eserved box seals lor sale at Kirhe's
c'ljsar Stand, Sivth and asl.lnatton te.
l adles' !) 0 vdaesday Bad Krldav.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
l-ilji and umdy.
ham tad ! 4rvaa-rratle t Inir
a rrte ad ll.res r44s-arut t e lime)
t-aute "Mar avtr asj- m-mm pa ) ui ns i wnrm .
1 ha talMve ratea apply to ad ert init
antler 'New To.la nod all iiec rtatsaifa
tcM- erept the f nllottlnt :
lltlioMtk UtRt(l Mlif.
hi.iuiian- Uaatr-l I ettiale.
1 a-r Kent. lUoua Pr ale J amlUe.
I Uhard aud K4-m- tri al tantilte-.
llMli,eestdnv K44mw--rrt at I ant 1 Ilea
mm the aht claataif. rations i ee
m l.ae ea h in -vert .
MAHTIN At th famlMv r"flde-ire. K hl.
f"'r.th street aid r-fi Mmn -fiu4
iototl. Ait. Ju:jr 7. H n Mar. on Martin.
I(r ... rara, Kritiimi are at t he funeral
rsr on f A. I. Kensaorthy V Ooh. pi,
I-r.4 N met y-ae.-onl atreet Sou t Jit ax;,
in l-eni. runeri I not i e laicr.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
h74 BI.LMU.r St.
rk.sra Caat 14XX, B SBlo. Uvra IMf
Report ail ctvaoa ol cruoltr to Ibis of
fice. leLfjal roambcr for a mail animais.
Mors spliulsacs (or a.ck or liaaiiol
an i n.als at a uomtat'i ootica. A nroQa
deslrti c a ret mat- .-otTtmunirste aa 1 1 r ua.
on Imiroted city and farm proper! at
current ralaa. Attrartlvs rapaytnaat
Mlviiecea. Luana ajulcklr cloaod. Cul
6C I.Asr.1 IflAM Of CO"
. Bl'tl.M:S HOPKRTIF.9 O -0
A. II. BIRRELL CO.
31T -SI Northsvootera Hiak Uolldlas.
Msrsksll 4114. A 411.
01 iMPRovrn iiMr4 rmorrmirt
Hosldenro lxans and T Per Cent. Af.
cording to Location Plenty of Xlooay.
ROBERTSON & EWIXG
tm NaMtmalrrs llaak Bids:.
Western Bond &
Our Own ilutsr at . urrect Ks t ea.
slMilP l. M t OKI-OKA I ION uu.VDL
IAKM AMI till I.OIM
4 aunla 4-. aWs of Irado WIS at.
Money to Loan
IN SIMS TO SL IT. CONSL'LT US.
;ki. n. TiioMAjt.
3r Oah. Rossi 2. Vlastvorth Bids;.
VaJs. 1 OoOtratvd r-araa riuisillr. taa
TVV I Aal Ataaoaarit at Cairrast kiatao
jVETHaVS-TSOMSsos. tails. ,
Coiasr lVtma Ml btaxk In issta