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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1915)
RECORD IN WHEAT
Total of 909,876 Bushels
Cleared From Portland for
Month Just Ended. ,
FORMER MARK SURPASSED
Figures for Period Show Greatest
Business in Cereals of Any
Preceding Year; Kxport
Trade Is Heavy.
Vheat shipments from Portland at
tained a record figure for August when
business closed yesterday, a total of
&03.876 bushels having been shipped
to alt ports. Statistics at the Mer
chants Exchange, credit August, 1900,
with the best previous showing, 740,131
bushels having been floated that
month. The total for August last year
was 680,464 bushels.
Incidentally Portland has shipped
1.792,750 bushels since July 1. which is
688,59 8 bushels ahead of the showing
for July, (jf the wheat moved in Au
gust, 723,519 bushels were exported
and as compared with the correspond
ing period last year there were 514,360
bushels more moved to foreign ports.
The value of wheat exports last month
was $770,771 and a year ago the total
was worth $177,785.
In addition to wheat there were
28,100 barrels of flour, valued at $154,
600, sent to Valparaiso on the steamer
Isabella, and with 5,394,977 feet of lum
ber, valued at $50,028. sent to foreign
ports, the total value of exports was
$975,299: while for Aujrust, 1914. ex
ports were worth $462,711.
Included in the grain fleet last
month, other than the steamer Isabella,
was the British bark Amulree, for Al
goa Bay. with 83.681 bushels of wheat
at $121,338; Japanese steamer Tokai
Waru, Limerick, 195,278 'bushels of
wheat at $201,000; British steamer
Highbury, Melbourne, 270,548 bushels
of wheat at $257,020 and the American
steamer Aztec, for Brisbane, 174,012
bushels of wheat at $191,413.
In the lumber fleet were the steamer
O. M. Clark, for Balboa. 1.546,000 feet
at $16,038; brigantine Geneva, Sydney,
'673.977 feet at $5740, and the British
steamer Hackensack, for London,
3,275,000 feet at $28,250. In the domes
tic lumber fleet were 18 carriers that
handled 10,478,000 feet. There was one
shipment of 250,000 feet for New Jork
and the remainder went to California,
The Merchants' Exchange bulletin
places the total cereal shipments from
the Northwest, which includes flour
reduced to wheat measure, at 4,640,333
bushels since July 1, and that Is the
largest showing made in any corre
- Portland made a gain In flour ship
ments for August, 85,132 barrels being
sent away as compared with 40,171
barrels a year ago, and for the season
to date 140,139 barrels have been
floated aa against 96,072 barrels for
the first two months of last season.
From Puget Sound 467.433 bushels of
"wheat were floated last month, a fall
ing off as compared with 669,614 bush
els from there a year ago in August.
For the season to date the northern
Tort has dispatched 968,059 bushels,
while for the same period last year
the total was 842,927 bushels.
AVAPAMA IS SHOWING SPEED
Xenest of McCormick Makes
- River Run in Eight Hours.
No yacht sailing: master could feel
prouder at present than Captain Foldat,
-of the McCormick steamer Wapama, be
cause his vessel reached the harbor at
11 o'clock Monday night, after a run of
8 hours and 10 minutes from Astoria,
which included a stop of 10 minutes at
Jvalama. He opines that if there Is a
steam schooner on the Coast that can
lower the time over the same course
he will consent to her displaying- a
The Wapama was only 61 hours on
.her last voyage from Astoria to her
dock at San Francisco, and, while new
est of the McCormick fleet, is leading
the others In time between ports. On
her way north this trip she towed the
schooner Alpena from San Pedro to the
Jolden Gate In 49 hours, and, leaving?
ban Francisco Friday at midnight, she
dropped the Alpena off at Willapa Har
bor at 8 o"clock Monday morningr. Stew
ard Jack Pennlngrton says the passen
ger list included one of the jolllest
crowds of the season, and as there was
no fog; and a smooth sea .they enjoyed
DIPLEIX IX TO I.-OAI) GRAIN
Frenchman Maintains Distance Be
hind Bark Killarney.
Tn ballast from Bahia Blanca, the
French bark Dupleix, one of the best
known of French sailers making this
port, arrived off the river yesterday
afternon. She" left Bahia Blanca June
10, and the British bark Killarney got
away from Montevideo June 9, and they
maintained the same distance, as the
Britisher came into the river Monday
afternoon at 4:05 o'clock, and at 4:30
o'clock yesterday the Dupleix was re
ported in tow on her way inside.
The Dupleix is consigned to Balfour,
Outhrie & Co., and loads for the United
Kingdom. The same firm has three
windjammers now in the river, the
French bark Noemi being here loading
for Australia, and will be detained until
the latter part of the week waitng for
cargo, and the French ship Le Pilier
is ready to commence loading cereal for
the I'nlted Kingdom. The Killarney
let:t up yesterday afternoon in tow of
.the steamer Hunderson. and goes to
Lannton to discharge ballast, after
which Ehe will be loaded by M. H.
rllAHRY LORD NOW INSPECTOR
l'ormer Engineer in Lighthouse
Service Here Is Advanced.
Harry C. Lord, who has many friends
here and was in the Government serv
ice on the river for years, first in the
engine-room of the pioneer lighthouse
.lender Shubrick and then as chief en
gineer of the Columbine, later entering
the steamboat inspection ser-iee. has
been appointed inspector of boilers for
the Pnget Soud district, succeeding the
late Captain Robert A. Turner, who
was killed Sundoy 'near Seattle in an
Captain Turner was assistant inspec
tor of boilers previous to 1904, when
-he was advanced to the post of inspec
tor. Captain Whitney, inspector of
hulls, will continue in office. The
death of Captain Turner and advance
ment of Mr. Lord leave vacant the
berth of assistant inspector of boilers.
1JKAC1I SEASON IS CI.OSING
Steamers Make Last Trip From
. Portland lor Megler September 11.
Leaving here at 1 o'clock Saturday,
September 11, the steamer Undine will
make her last trip to Megler. carrying
passengers for North Beach, and the
T. J. Potter ends her Summer schedule
on that route when she departs at 10
o'clock the same night for Megler. Both
steamers leave Megler on the return at
9 o'clock Sunday night, September 12,
and thereafter travelers will reach the
Washington side through transferring
at Astoria. The steamer Harvest Queen
continues her present run, leaving here
at 8 o'clock each night except Sunday.
"Captain" Budd, who shoulders the
responsibility of the O.-W. B &. N.
water lines, declares that never in his
experience have weather conditions
been more delightful during most of
the season along North Beach. He says
that the prospects for September are
that it will be more pleasant than i
usually the case. There are many who
time their visits then in order to be
on hand when the exceptionally high
tides are running.
Grace Interests Place Steamer Co-
Inmbfa in Service Through Canal.
Steamer service between Pacific Coast
harbors and Brazil, using the Panama
Canal, is to be maintained by V. K.
Grace & Co., now operating between
Portland and New Tork. with another
line to the Canal and the West Coast,
the establishment of the Brazilian route
having- been announced at San Fran
cisco. The steamer Columbia, a chartered
vessel, which is .due at San Francisco
September 10 from West Coast ports,
is to inaugurate the service, and prom
ises are made that if the trade expands
to warrant a more frequent schedule
carriers will be provided. The steamer
Solano is to operate in the West Coast
trade in place of the Columbia,, and
comes here next week for part of her
A direct service to the West Coast
is also boini? maintained bv the Sud
den & Christensen interests, which
have sent two steamers away with flour
and lumber and which have the steamer
John A. Hooper coming this month and
a lourth promised for October.
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, San Francisco. . .
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.San Francisco. . .
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.San Francisco. . .
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.San Diego ,
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Movements of Vessels
PORTLAND, Aug. 31. Arrived British
bark Killarney. from Montevideo. Sailed
Steamers Santa Clara, for San Francisco via
way ports; Grays Harbor, fur San Francisco;
British steamer Hackensack, for London.
Astoria, Aug. 31. Sailed at 2 A. M..
steamer Yosemite, l'or Grays Harbor. Ar
rived at 6 A. M., steamer Xthaiem. from San
Pedro. -Left up at 1:40 P. !., British bark
Killarney. Sailed at 2:15 P. M., steamer
Northern Pacific, for San Francisco. Outside
at 4:30 P. M.. French bark Duplex, in tow,
from Bahia Blanca, for Portland. Arrived at
11:10 A. M.f U. S. steamer Snohomish, from
San Francisco. Aug. 31. Sailed at 6 A. M.,
steamer Multnomah, for Portland. Arrived-r-St
earners Johan Poulsen and Celilo, from
Portland. Sailed at 11 A. M., steamer Great
Northern, for Flavel. August 30. Sailed at
4 P. M., U. S. cruiser South Dakota, for As
toria; at 7 P. M., steamer Klamath, for
Cristobal, Aug. 30. Arrived British
steamer Volga, from Norfolk, for Portland.
New York. Aug. 31. Arrived Steamer
Eureka, from Los Angeles.
Manila. Aug. 31. Arrived Steamer Man
churia, from San Francisco.
Wellington, Aug. 31. Arrived Steamer
Wairura, from San Francisco.
Sydney, Aug. 30. Arrived Steamer Wy
andotte, from San Francisco.
Liverpool. Aug. 31. Sailed Steamer Ne
leus. for Vancouver. B. C.
Tocopilla. Aug. 30. Sailed Steamer Tri
color, for Tacoma.
San Francisco, Aug. 31. Arrived Steam
ers J. B. Stetson, from Qutnault, Gravs Har
bor; MaUonia, from Honolulu; EI Segundo,
from Seattle; Johan Poulsen. from Celilo.
Columbia River; Barkentlne J. M. Griffith,
from Honolulu; Schooner Honopu, from
Hnia. Sailed Northland, for Sealtie; Great
Northern, for Astoria; Congress, for Se
attle; Barge Simla (British), for Vancouver.
Seattle. Aug. 31 . Arrlred Steamers
Hornet and Bee. from San Francisco. Sailed
Governor, for San ,Xiep:o via San Fran
cisco; Colonel E. L. Drake, for San Fran
cisco; Northland, for Southeast Alaska.
Balboa. Aug. 31. Arrived Steamers New
port, from San Francisco; Isabella, from
Tacoma, for Valparaiso. Sailed Steamer
O. M. Clark, for San Francisco.
Cristobal, Aug. 31. Arrived Steamers
Mexican, from New York, for San Francisco;
Harry Luckenbach. from New York, for San
Francisco; Snowdonian, from Newport, for
Portland. Or. Sailed Steamers Volga, from
New York and Norfolk, for Portland, Or. ;
Bravo, from Mothenburg, for San Francisco.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(AH positions reported at S P. M. An gust
31 unless otherwise indicated.)
S. V. Luckenbach, San Pedro for New
York. 2G0 miles south of San Pedro.
John A. Hooper, Baltimore for San Pedro
813 miles south of San Diego.
Moffett, Baiboa for Richmond. 720 miles
south of San Francisco Lightship.
Santa Cruz, San Francisco for New York
1340 miles south of San Francisco Lightship'
Rose City. San Pedro for San Francisco
15 miles east of point Conception.
Aroline, San Francisco for iSan Pedro 2
miles east of Point Conception.
Roanoke. San Diego for San Pedro, five
miles east of Pan Petiro
Adeline Smith, Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, miles north of San Francisco
Herrin. Monterey for Linn ton. 30i miles
north of Monterey.
Kilburn. Eureka for Coos Bay, off Trini
Northern Pacific. Flavel for Pan Fran
cisco, 121 miles south of . the Columbia River
Lucarf. Point Wells for Richmond, 457
miies north of Rich mond.
Enterprise. San Francisco for Honolulu,
587 mitts out. August 30, S P. M.
Chanslor, Honolulu for San Francisco 1600
miles out, August 30. S P. M.
Hilonian, San Francisco for Honolulu, 1S10
miles out. Augus 30, S P. M.
Grace Dollar, San Francisco for Siuslaw,
20r miles north of San Francisco.
Multnomah. San Francisco for Portland,
10 miles rorth ot Point Arena.
Northland, San Francisco for Seattle, 113
miles north of San Francisco.
Columbia, San Francisco for Tacoma, 210
miles north uf San Francisco.
Congress, San Francisco for Seattle, seven
miles north of Point Arena.
Klamath. San Francisco for Portland. 16
raileB north of Cape Mendorini),
Bear. Portland for San Francisco, 38 miles
south of V.lunts Reef.
Great Northern, Sn Francisco for Flavel,
three miles north of Blunts Reef.
W. S. Porter. Monterey for Linn ton, 103
miies norm of San Francisco.
Oentraha. Sar Francisco for Eureka, 20
miles north of Point Reyes.
v."e!l!o. San Francisco for San Pedro, ofl
Ma m -a, San Francisvo for Honolulu, 22
miies from San Francisco.
Tide at Astoria Wednesday.
6:25 A. M 5.S feet 0:12 a. :I 1.3 feet
5:43 r. M 7 feeyll:2 A. M 3.9 feet
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Wash., Aug. 31. Condi
tion of bar at a P. M. : Sea moderate;
barometer, 29.86. Wind south, 24 miles,
Peruvian petroleum Is said to rank next
to that of Russia in its suitability for pro
ducing high-grade lubricants.
LABOR TEST BEATS 19
Ten of 39 Applicants for Jobs
at Incinerator Lose Heart.
FIVE ARE FOUND UNFIT
Twenty Are Successful in Examina
tion for Physical Strength and
Endurance but Oral Work
Is Vet to Be Done.
Ten out of 29 men aspiring for jobs
as laborers at the city incinerator took
one look at the scope of a. civil service
examination arranged for the appli
cants yesterday, and politely bade Civil
Service Secretary MacLean "good-day."
The others bolstered up courage and
decided to go through with it.
In the vernacular of the incinerator
"it was some examination. It was some
thing distinctly new and novel, and un-
OLD-TIMK RKSIDET OK POLK
COUNTY PASSES AWAV.
J. H. Collins.
INDEPENDENCE, Or., Aug. 31.
(Special.) J. H. Collins, an
old-time resident of Polk Coun
ty, died at his residence in Inde
pendence, Saturday, after a short
Mr. Collins was born in Galli
polis, Ohio, in 1841, moved to Jef
ferson County, Iowa, when 14
years of age, and in 1869 mar
ried Martha J. Sears, a sister of
D. W. Sears, of Portland. He
came to Oregon in 1874, and
made his home at Independence.
He leaves a widow and four
sons and a sister. His sons are:
James C. Collins, Independence;
William E. Collins, Independ
ence; David J". Collins, Seattle,
and Charles Collins, Elsimore,
doubtedly wift result in the incinerator
having some genuine huskies when the
time conies for putting on permanent
civil service men in several vacancies.
The test began with a strict medical
examination and ended with a 10-min-utes'
siege before the fiery incinerator
furnaces, with plenty of strength and
endurance tests mixed in between. '
Five Found Physically Unfit.
Of the 29 who took the physical ex
amination five were found unfit for va
rious reasons-. The others went to the
Multnomah Athletic Club, where ar
rangements had been made for muscle
The first stunt was for the applicant
to lie flat on his back, stretch his arms
out full length over his head, pick ud
a 35-pound dumbbell and raise to a sit
ting position, bringing the weight up
with him. He then lowered it back in
the same- way. He had to do this stunt
three times straight without stopping.
Finishing with this, the applicant was
required to "muscle" a 25-pound weight
with his left arm and then with his
right. Then he was required to pick
up a 56-pound weight and lift It at
arm's length over his head.
- Staggering Heat Is One Test.
In the afternoon the scene of testing
was transferred to the incinerator. Each
applicant was required to go. Into the
furnace-rooms and "pull down the fires"
for 10 minutes.
The furnaces were blasted to 170 de
grees, and the stoking process brought
the applicants into a staggering heat
Nearly all of those who had gotten this
far along In the examination stood up
under this strain. Twenty men were
left when the test was concluded.
Now each applicant has to go through
an oral examination. Those who suc
ceed in obtaining jobs will receive $3
502 ON NORTHERN PACIFIC
Great Xorthern, Due at Flavel To
day From South. Has 611. Guests.
Carrying- 625 tons of freight and a
list of 502 passengers, the turbiner
Northern Pacific sailed from Flavel for
California yesterday. Oregon and other
Northwestern people were largely rep
resented among the travelers. Paper,
box shooks, canned goods of salmon
and condensed milk and grain consti
tuted the cargo. The companion liner
Great Northern is due in today with
611 passengers and a fair amount of
freight, one item of which is a dozen
tons of California fruits and vege
tables for Portland and the Northwest
C. E. Stone, traffic manager of the
line, who is now looking over the field
in the Northwest, says he has every
reason to believe the attendance at the
California expositions during the next
60 days will be even greater than dur-
pnfc the midsummer period and that the
sister sjilps will book capacity lists un
til November. By many the month of
September is regarded as the ideal
sight-seeing time at expositions.
Northbound bookings of Eastern tour
ists, many of them with their autos,
indicate that Portland is still to share
the attentions of thousands of the
Xews From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or., Auk. 31. (Special.) The
Coast Guard cutter Snohomish arrived today
from Neah Bay and will patrol th racing
course during the regatta speedboat contests.
The Britisli bark Killarney arrived last
n:aht from Montevideo.
After discharging cargo at Portland the
steam schooner Yoiemite sailed for Grays
Harbor to load lumber for California.
To load lumber at the Hammond mill, the
steam Khooncr Nehalem arrived from San
Francisco. She will sail for California about
A wireless message was received by the
Columbia River Packers' Association today,
reporting that the St. Nicholas, which is en
route from Bristol Bay, was 3S0 miles off
the mouth of the Coiumbia River last night
The British steamer Hackensack, which
Is loading lumber at Westport for the United
Kingdom, completed her cargo today and
will sail early tomorrow morning.
The tank, steamer Atlas, with a cargo of
i 1 ;
AM C SELE T8.
Thursday Eye., Sept. 2
Great American Business Play.
at the Door
An Intensely Interesting Comedy
Drama Founded on
Salesmanship, Office Efficiency
and a Wife's Devotion
Depicting- the Sorrows of a Strug
Showing the Influence of the
Knocker in Business Life.
Direction W. A. Wilklns.
Auspices Ben Franklin Club.
Seats Now Selling at Box Office.
BEATS NOW SELLING.
Opening of season of The Famous Baker
Players next Sunday Matinee, September &.
In Bayard Veilk?r's
"WITHIN THE LAW
Most remarkable play of modern times.
Bet company ever organized. Immense
line of plays and production.
Even Ins price: 25c, 50c, box and !ore. 7fSc
All matinees and . Monday nights all 'seats
(except box and log 25c Season seats
held for all performances except Monday
"STAR Of THE MOVIES," Mimical Karce
with Kd Armstrong and a Bite Omnia.
5 OTHER BIO-TIMK ACTS 5
Boxes, 1-lrftt Row Balcony Seats Reserved
by phone. Main 4G3K, A 234.
r TBI Tfrk. w. Park, nr. Wuh'n. EZJ
Fritzi Schef f
In "PRKTTT MRS. SMITH."
refined oil for Portland, arrived from Cali
fornia. With a full complement of passengers and
a heavy list of freight, including a ship
ment of grain from the interior, the steamer
Northern Pacific sailed today for San Fran
cisco. After a remarkably fast run of SO days,
the French bark Iuplex arrived from. Bahia
Blanca to load grain at Portland.
COOS BAY, Or., Aug. Sl.Speclal.) The
steamer Adeline Smith sailed for San Fran
cisco . today with lumber from the C. A.
The gasoline schooner GJoa sailed for
Wedderburn with freight for th tieaborg
Captain Bob Jones arrived on Coos Bay
to assume the position of pilot on the dredge
Col. P. S. Michie. Captain John Reed, of
the dredge Michie, will sail north on the
first steamer bound for Portland to assume
duties with the Port of Portland.
FLORENCE, Or.. Aug. 31. (Spec&l.)
Gasoline schooner Patsy arrived from Port
land and left on the return. It brought iu
On her way to A.storia to remain during
the regatta, the cruiser South Dakota got
away from Pan Francisco at 4 o'clock Mon
Bound for Wedderburn, the gasoline
schooner Rustler was cleared yesterday with
43 tons of cargo. The vessel was enterea
from the same harbor with canned salmon
shipments aggregating 140 cases.
Captain O. Kellogg, of the Kellogg Trans
portation Company, has returned from his
Summer home at Cannon Beach.
First of the steamers to be discharged
here by the recently-formed Parr-McCormick
line, will be the Shoshone, which is due Fri
day from the Golden Gate. The corporation
formailly begins operations today.
Two Scotch marine boilers are to be con
structed by the Willamette Iron & Steel
Works for the new lighthouse tender. Cedar,
which Is being constructed at the yard or
the Craig Shipbuilding Company. Long
About 300 passengers, most of them hop
pickers, were aboard the steamer Grahamona
of the Yellow Stack line, when she left the
Taylor-street dock yesterday morning for
Upper Willamette River points.
SENTENCES OF SIX STAYED
All Cashier Defendants Ask New
Trial and Hearings Set.
None of the six defendants in the
United States Cashier Company trial,
who were convicted August 21, after a
47-day trial, of conspiracy to use the
mails in. furtherance of a fraudulent
stock selling scheme, will be sentenced
before September 20.
All the defendants have now fiied
motions for a new trial. Federal Judge
Bean has set the motions for hearing
on September 20. This automatically
stays sentence until that date, at least.
Those convicted were: Frank Mene
fee. president; Oscar A. Campbell, vice
president, for whom the jury recom
mended leniency; O. E. Gernert, ex-assistant
sales manager; F. M. LeMonn,
ex-sales manager, and B. F. Bonnewell
and H. M. Todd, ex-salesmen. All are
out on bonds except LeMonn, whose bail
was raised from $2500 to f5300, and
who is in jail.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
MANN To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mann, 474
Savier street, August 28, a son.
CAPUTO To Mr. and Mrs. Geatlon Ca
put o, 404 Fast Forty -sixth street North,
August 9, a son.
WHALEN To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J.
Whalen, 977 Cast Tenth, street North, August
28, a son.
DARLING To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Darling,
Maplewood, Or., August 21, a daughter.
PETERSON To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peter
son, 410 Stanton street, ' August 22, a
WHITE To Mr. and Mrs. Michael White,
1110 East Twenty-fourth street North, Au
gust 2S, a son.
KXAL'P To Mr. and Mrs. Valentine
Knaup, 434 Bristol avenue, August 20, a
MRACEK To Mr. and Mrs. Henry A,
Mracek. 'Jol Twelfth street, August 24, a
WKBER To Mr. and Mrs. George Weber,
6." 5 East Fifty-second street North, August
14, a son.
PETERS To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters,
G. 'o East Sixty-third street, August 21, a
CHRISTIANSEN To Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
E. Christiansen, 4816 East Sixtieth, street,
August 20. a son.
WEBB To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Webb.
1153 Corbett street, August 24. a son.
WILKERSON To Mr. and Mrs. Rexford
E. Wtikerson, Milwaukle, Or., August 16, a
ALBERT? To Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Alberty, 388 Burnside street, August 18.
BRADFORD - GRANTHAM Lowell C.
Bradfoid. 2U Lents. Or., and Lottie F.
Grantham. 22. 54 Grand avenue North.
STONE BREAKER-MAYER Louis M.
Stonebreaker, legal, De Lair . apartments,
and Margaret Mayer, legal. Woodstock.
CASEY-LARSON Charles Albert Casey,
legal. U70 Borthwick street, and Li 111 am
H. Larson, legal, same address.
TAYLOR-MEAD George W. Taylor, le
gal. La Crosse. Wash., and Sarah D. Mead,
legal. Delmajpoe HoteL
Vancouver Marriage Uceoaca.
HAMILTON-GOULD William D. Hamil
ton and Mrs. Jennie Gould, both of Port
land. VAN DEN STEEN-EPTON John J. M.
Vanden Steen and Mrs. Mary Melvlna Epton,
both of Portland.
BARNES-BAKER Charles Barnes and
Miss Pearl Baker, both of Sherwood. Or
HOLST-G RAH A M Walter L. Hoist of
South Bend. Wash., and Miss Hazel Mae
Graham, of Hoquwim. Wash.
WOOD-MASON Dakin L. Wood, of Da
mascus, Or., and Mrs. Ldith Mason, of Chi
cago. CLARK-NELSON Verne A. Clark and
Miss Helen I. Nelson, both of Portland.
HOUD-1HOMAS R, E. Hood and Miss
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCORDION'. PLKATtX G .
K- STLPHAN. hemstitching, scalloping, an
cord., side plea.t. buttons covered, goods
sponged; mail orders. 209 Putock bloc.
ABSTRACTS AND TITLES.
PROMPT svrvice at reasonable prices. Pa
cific Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
humstitchins. pu-oting, braiding.
Novelty Co.. 85 5th, Ku ty UWtl.
ACCOC XTANTS C'JiHTl HKU.
1. R1DOIT, Marshall UsGOT
Ai-SAYEK3 AXO ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 1 .j. Gold.
silver and platinum bought.
J- S. NELSON. LAWYER. BIS PITTOCX
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New rugs from old Ingrain Brussels,
Smyrna, Aimliuler carpets; carpet clean
ing refitting. resizing; country orders
prompt attention. Send for booklet. West
ern Fluff Rug Co.. 54-J6 VniOD. ave. Norm.
Phone Kain ti.Mrj. B 1475
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
pets, rag rugs. 1SS E.
Rugs from old car
Mh. Both phones.
rKLUXOlD BUTTONS, BAWIES.
o- IKW'IX-HODSON COliPANY.
3Si Washington St. Alain 312 and A i:
William. Estelle and William, Jr Devenv
the only scientific chiropodists In the cltv.
J rlors Gerlinger bldg., s. W. corner
-a and Alder. Phone Main 1:101
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs M
Hill, uffico Fliedner bldg. Main S47o
DR MMAHON. sixth year. Chronic cases
taking time. :U treatments, $1.. 11 4th st.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage any here; lushest claos refer
ence. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
4-t Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 4 SO.
NKTH A CO., Worcester bldg. Main 171
No collection, no charge. Kstahlished liHH.
FI-NKEKTON & CO., U.S.DKTECT1VB AGCT
i Established over SO vears
j SCIENTIFIC DETEOT1 VK WORK,
j Investigations and reports made on Indl-
virtual! snvwhere. Consultation free. Suite
f 3..4 Pittock block. Phone Broadway 73.
MANCHESTER Dancing Aoa-lpmv, 85 5th
St.. bet. Stark and Oak; sp'l Summer rates
. private lessons, morning, afternoon
evening, all latest dances guaranteed Clasa
1 burs., sat. evenings. 7-b.:i0. Children's
clauses Sat.. 1 to 3, 25c. Brosdway 21.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons dajlvl class
Frl. eve. Auditorium Hall, 20S 3d st .
n-ar Taylor. Main 3H22.
KVE. EAR. NOSE AM) THROAT.
Treatment by speola list ; Kla&sesfltted rr
, F. F. Cassaday, 517 Dekum bldg.. 3d Wn
AUTO AJn BVMiY TOPS.
DT BR11LLK MUUGY TOP CO., 1IU0 2a
BA,,A(.K ( HK('KKI) AT HOME.
Ba?sase & Omnibus Transfer. Park Davis.
Roa1 Bakory A: lonf.. Inc.. 11th and Everett.
BKEWEKS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARU, lath and Burnsirte.
JSY- ioon. NOTIONS. FlBXISHINXiS.
FLKISI.HNKR. MAYER & CO.. 2"T Aah at.
,. ELECTKICAX, SIPP7JES.
Stub!. a Electrical Co . 5th and x-ine Sts.
Alhera Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
CO. 67-70 Fourth
HATS AND CAPS
THANHAfSER HAT CO., Front at.
HIDES. WOOL. C'ASCARA BARK.
KAH.N- BROS.. 11 Front at.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL. STEEL, PLANT
la M. Thomas, both of Wpodland.
PAGE-COMINI Zena Pago aird M.sa Nlta
Cominl. both of Portland.
BROWN-THOMPSON D. Harvey Brown
and Mlas Clara Thompson, both of Portland
REED-VETETO Walter B. Reed and Miss
Roxy Albertie Veteto, both of Canby. Or
LACY-GIBSON Lloyd T. Lacy, of Port
land, and Mrs. Annabel Gibson, of Glad
1AILY METEOROLOGICAL. REPORT.
PORTLAND. A.us. 31. Maximum tem
perature. 73 degrees: minimum 55 degrees
River reading. 8 A. M.. 4:5 fe-et; change in
last 24 hours, 0.3 foot fall. Total rainfall.
5 P. M. to 5 P. M., .01 inch; total rainfail
since September 1, 1914. 31.57 inches; nor
mal rainfall since September 1, 45.13 inches;
deficiency of rainfall since September 1.
11(14. 13.56 inches. Total sunshine, 3 hours
10 minutes: possible sunshine, 13 hours 48
minutes. Barometer, reduced to sea level
5 P. M..4F9.&5 inches.
2 d - p
Des Moines . .
Kansas City .
Los Angeles . ,
Marshf ield . . ,
.New Orleans .
-New York . . .
Nocth Lead .
Pendleton . . .
6 S Clei
6 S lOlei
X W Pt. cloudy
S , Cloudy
74 0 .
, OO 2 1
Sea tt 1-3
Tatootsh Island. . .j
6 W Cloudv
SW iPt- I'lnudv
SW Pt. cloudy
The Eastern high-pressure area has In
creased in magnitude and now extends from
Texas northeastward to tho St. Lawrence
Valley. The depression over the Canadian
Northwest has remained nearly stationary,
and it it apparently losing energy. Unset
tled weather prevails on the -Pacific Slope
as far south as Tunopah, and showers and
thunderstorms have occurred in a number
of places, but the rainfall attending theae
storms, was very light. Fair weather pre
vails nearly ev-erywhere east of the Rocky
Mountains. It is much cooler in California.
Nevada and Southern Idaho and correspond
ingly warmer In the lower Missouri and
upper Mississippi valleys.
Conditions are favorable for fair weather
In this district Wednesday, except along
the Washington coast, where it will be
Portland and vicinity: Wednesday partly
cloudy and occasionally threatening; south
Oregon: Wednesday fair east. partly
cloudy and occasionally threatening west
portion ; westerly winds.
Washington: Wednesday fair east, partly
cloudy and occasionally threatening, witli
showers along tlia coast west portion; south
to west winds.
Idaho: Wednesday probably fair, i
EDWARD A. SEALS. Forecaster.
Wanted, 50 Hop Pickers
Good campground, wood and water;
good picking:. Inquire Room 609,
Worcester building; between 11 and 12.
TOO LITE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Talent for Girl Show and Forty
nine comp.. single or double carnival com
pany, playing fair dates. See Babcock. Ore
eon Hot-l, 11 A. M. sharp.
GIRLS for Forty-nine show; amateurs want
ed at 'Once; singers and dancers. Apply
Fiauk Kane, Mullen Hotel.
CLASS AND GLAZING.
TIM MS. CRESS & CO.. ls-4 2d sU Main "202,
-V Wind shjflris and auto lights.
DAVID M. UCNNE. gen'l insurance: fire,
marine, auto. 536 and 5US Cham, of Com.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcjcles ana
bicycles. Phone Main 53. A 2153.
E:nil Thielhorn violin teacher, pupil Sevcik,
2u7 Fliedner bldg. A 41 tin. Marshall ltt-'y.
PI A No STUDIO 2til nth st., terms 5
month. Phone Main 3M3.
YOtTNG man violinUt wishes to exchange
lessons for room. P fil. Oregonian.
WHY pay big prices for
glasses ? I can fit yom
yes with first-quality
lenses in a gold-tilled
frame, as low us $1.5";
nses duplicated at a big
saving, satisfaction guaranteed.
.. v . tiooa
man. optometrist, 2u Morrison.
R. C. Wright 11 y ars practice U.
foreign patents. 6vl Dekum bldg. .
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and .York sts. Main 34i.
MORA(.K AM) TRA N S FE K,
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO AND
FROM ALL POINTS.
On household goous. pianos, autos. etc.
Through carload service. Guaranteed
Get our rates before shipping anywhere.
"We can save you mnnev and annoyance.
PACIFIC COAST FORWARDING CO..
201 WILCOX BLDG.
. Phonos, Marshall 24f7. Marshal! 16:;9.
ALWAYS "PICK TH E BEST" Ilnus.hold
Goods Specialists, storage. Packing, Ship
ping and Moving. Horse or Auto Yarn,
Special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE rO.,
2d and Pine Sts. Broadway 56. A 3i0.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan St.,
corner 13th. Telephone Main 0 or A I1lt.
We own and operate two large class "A
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MOVING. PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE
ReduceiT freight rates to all points.
MAN X I NG Warehouse & Transfer Co..
Main 703. 0th and Hoyt. A 2214.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office 1 89 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 761U.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE becins Sept.
i.t. iso proieasion oitcrs equal opportunity.
Catalogue free. O. Keane, pres.. 1S18 Mar
ket ct.. San Francesco.
CORD WOOD First-class fir. 54.50, distant
delivery $4.73. Order now. prompt ser
vice. Multnomah Fuel Co. Main 5540.
FIRST-CLASS seasoned fir. $4.50: distant
delivery, $4.73. National Fuel Co., E. 2d
and Oregon. EaaL 2041.
GREEN and dry s!ahwood. bloekwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 5720, A 395.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Nerkwenr Mfsr. Co., 83 5th at.
BRA DS'HAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sts.
PAINTS AND I-VBRICATINi; OILS.
W P. fuller & CO., 12th and Davis.
a P.YINTS, OILS AND iLASS.
& CO.. 2d and Taylor streeta.
l'IPK. PIPE FITTINOS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. S4-S6 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. TV. BALTES & CO.. 1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDlXlj & FARRELL, 140 Front.
ROPE AND BINDINO TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH. DOORS AND CiLASS.
FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
MORRAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 Id at.
Between Portland and
Oregon - Washington Railroad &
Navigation Co. Steamers leave Ash
Street Dock, Saturday, 1 and 10 P. M.
Return from Megler, Sunday, 9 P. M.,
Monday, 3:30 and 9 P. M., affording
two full days on the beach.
City Ticket Office
Washington at Third
Broadway 4500, A 6121
aCCTION KAl.ES TODAI.
At Baker's Auction House. 166-158 Park
it. Furniture, etc tiale at 10 A. M.
Ford Auction House, 211 Imu yuiaitur
carpeta. ate Sale tt 1 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction Hoom, at 10 A, Jd-.
frBltur. l0-8 First .
..iiii sirwHssi itiitl ,1
isai ! I. i-r-r1 ! I i. IV
w i.i i a
I ..J I a.
CLASSIFIED AD. RUES
DaUj sod Susdsj.
Same ad two cvutecutive times. ........ .tio
euae svd three vwuwvuiive Uam &v
bMiue ad mx or ?teu cuumtiuun e tl-aie. -frxs
In above rate Lpl to ativexliewents
ondcr "New Tmul svud ail oilier ilti a
lion except tiie iUu msj ;
frit nation Wanted Male.
tMtuatiun an tel seuuaie.
tor Keail. Kuuuic Private Families.
Board suid Kkxus Private iaoiilic.
hutwrkevprne Kuomt Private i aaualiea,
Kate en the sUoe clMteilicsUos im 3 cents
a line ea'h iaixsuua,
Ud "ciusrge" auveitiemcnt charge vill be
bacl uu liie number of Lines stppeAriua tn
the palmer, rtt;ardlfM of the number of woidi
in each line. Minimum charge, two tinea.
Tate OreKuaiMB uiil atxept ciaMitied ad-
ertueniem over Hie teirpuoue, provideU
the advertiser i a aubwriber t either pdoue.
No price will be Quoted over the phone, bus
hill will be rendered Uie (oUowuir day
Whether subsequent advertifteuu nts will be
accept e ' over the pbune depends upon Ui
prompt n cm of payment of telephone advert
(iM-nitui. bituation Wanted nod 'erooi
advrrti.enieni will nut be accepted ever the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only wui
he accepted for "Furniture for iSale," -Business
Opportunities' ,'UoomUig.Uuuf" -ud
-Wanted to Kent.'1
telephone Aain 7070. A 6083
Advertiaenicnt receive prompt classifi
cation i must be la The OrroUWn off lee be
fore 9 o clock at niht. except Ssturosr.
iloMnB: hour lor The Sunday Oregonian wil
.' clock Saturday night. lhe of 11. a,
will be open ant 11 lo o'clock P. M- na ual
i ifL.?1 IT,ViTei 100 for proper
classification will be ran under the heaulinn
TooLate to I lakiy."
AL KADER TEMPLE
JUNKET Attention. Nobles:
there will be a pilgrimage oC
noblts and their ladies, band,
and patrol, next Friday
e-eninp. September 3. to tn
home of our illustrious .poten
tate at Gresham. All nobles
having autos will kindly
bring them and see that eacti
seat la occupied, those unable
to iro in machine will have.
free transportation by special car leaving
1st and Alder at 7 P. M. The committee in
charge will irovid ample entertainment and
If you fall to erne our polo and wife will
itiIfs you and you'll be sorry the rest of your
life. The start will re made promptly from
Masonic TeMipIe at T V. M. Friday next,
September 3. Call Main 4u7fl and toll us
how man;. you will take, co the committee
may prv-pare accordingly. COMMITTEE.
"WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
46. A. F. and A. M. Stated com-
JfrSj0 munieatton this (Wednesday
at 7;;i o'clock. East Sth and.
urhsiue ste. At this time final
arrangements will b mid fnr
our trip to Seaside, ept. 4. Don't misa
It- We are sure to havn tnH finio
M. M. Invited. By order W. M.
See Pro. T. M.
Patterson for uleeplnp c.-r
J. H. RICHMOND, tec
MULTJNOMAH COUNCIL, NO. 11,
R. AND S. M.. meets this evening at
the Masonic Temple at 7 :30 o'rlocK
In .Stated asspiuhlv. tn followed hv
th conferring decrees. Members and
visiting companions wtlrome.
K. n. ROBINSON, Pec.
ftHT tOfW PEGVLAR MEETING THI3
ss Wednesday) evening. East 6th,
ff-Jtb and Alder streets. Visitors cor-a.-
W. W. TERRT, Sec
SAMARITAN LODGfa.. NO. 2 I O O F.
Regular mi-etini? this . Wednesday eve.,
V.J ocl(tl. at I. O. o. F. Temple. First and
Aldor streets. Initiation. Everv member ex
pected to be present. Visitor nlwavi wel
R. OSVOLD, Sec.
EXTRA New emblem Jewelry of all kinds
at Jaeger Bros., 131-3 Sixth L
RANKIN Tn this city. Aijrub! 81, at her
late residence, 425 Larrabee street. Hedda
Kankin. ased 77 years. The rematna ar-a
at tie residence establishment of J. p.
Flnley & Son. Montgomery at Fifth.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
NAU Tn this city, August 30, Frank Neu.
of 233 North Twenty -fourth street. Re
mains are at Holm an' s Funeral Parioi a.
Announcement of funeral later.
Ct.'RSI AuKust :tl, Louis L. Cursl. sired 6
years. Remains at Dunning & McEntee'a
parlors. Notice of funeral later.
HAWKINS August 3ft, bv accidental
drowning, Alvin H. Hawkins. aged 17
years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Hawkins, of sr.: Castle avenue, orother
of Emil. ilartin. David. Henry and Esther
Hawkins. Funeral services will be con
ducted Thurs'lay morn in p. September
at 10 A. M.. from the Auustana Lutheraa
Church, corner Rodney avenue and Stan
ton street. Friends invited. Remains at
Pearson's Undertaking Parlors. Russell
street at Union avenue.
Bl'RKE At her residence. 652 Hovt stree",
August SO, Sarah J. Burke, aged 72 years.
10 months. 21 days, widow of the laie
Brigadier-General Daniel W. Burke. Fu
neral from the above residence at 8:45
A. M., Wednesday today , September 1,
thence to the Cathedral, Fifteenth and.
Davis streets., where services will be held
at 9 A. M Friends invited. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit
flowers. Services nt grave private.
ENGSTROME At the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Ne!s N. Pierce, 8SS Borthwick. after
a lingering Illness of several months.
Helen Engstrome. beloved wife of O. B.
Eiifctstrome. Funeral services will be con-
ducted Thursday, September '2, at 3 P. M.,
from Pearson's Undertaking Parlors. Rus
sell street at Union avenue. Friends in--lted.
NELSON Walter Lincoln Nelson, S3S Mon
tana avenue, aged lil years, 1 month, L'4
days, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Nelson, and brother of Anna, George and
Margaret Nelson. The funeral service will
be held from the Pilgrims Congrepational
Church corner Shaver st. and Missouri
avenue, today (Wednesday), September 1.
at 2 P. M.
HAYNES In hts city, Auarust 30. Mrs.
Myrtle B. Haynes, aged 37 years. Funeral
services will be held today Wednesday),
September I, at 2 P. M.. from Ericsoh's
chapel, corner of Tweltth and Morrison
streets. Interment Mount Scott Parle
HILL The funeral services of the late Mrs
Ann Hill, mother of Dr. J. W. Hill ami
Mrs. George S Brooks, will be held at
the Trinity Episcopal Church, Nineteenth,
and Everett Rtreets. at 4 P. M. ttodav.
Wednesday, September 1. Interment River
DT7VALL At Independence, Or.. August 31,
Rose Dowling Duvall, aged 32 vears. be
loved wife of Elmer Duvall, 4 24 Umatil
la avenue. Remains will arrive In Port
land today (Wednesday). In care of the
Holman Undertaking Company. An
nouncement of funeral later. .
DRAYS At the residence. 3tJ(2 East Davis,
Alson T. Drays, aged 76 years. Remains
at the parlors of Miller & Tracer.
The uui residence under lauing establish
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main U. A 15UW.
J. P. KIN LEV & SON.
Montgomery at FUtn.
MR. EDWAED HOLMAN, the leading
funeral director, 22'J Third street, corner
balxnon. LaUy aasiutanu A. 1511, Main W
F. 8. DUNNING. INC
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 t Ai
Jer street. East p2, B 2525.
MILLER & TRACE Y, Independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low $2u. $4u, U.
Washington and Ella sts. Main i-bttl, jl Ibiyx.
A. R. ZELLEK CO 32 WILLIAMS AVli.
East iO&s, C 108&. Lady a-tnuanu Day
and night service.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE, funeral directors.
Broadway and Pine, phone Main 4iKj, A 4a.
P. L. LEKCH, East 11th and Clsy streets.
Lady assistant. East 78L
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Sd
and Clay. Main 41 .'.2, A 2321. Lady attendant,
R, T. BYRNEii, WlUiams ave. and KnoiL
East 111-, C li43. Lady attendant.
BREEZE & SNOOK," Cunnyside ParlorJ";
auto hearse. 1024 BtlmonL Tab 158. B
PORTLAND Marble Works, 266 4th at.,
opposite City Hall, builders of memorials.
MARTIN & FORI'ES CO., florists, 317 Wash
ington. Main 6i. A 12 (ill. V iwers for &U
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE I ROS.. florists, "27 Morrison U
Main or A lSuS. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
SLNNYSIDE greenhouse. Fresh flowers,.
Phone B 1T.22 E. S3d and Taylor.
MAX M. SMITH. Msln 7215. A 2121. Selling,