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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAy. THURSDAY, SEPTE3IBER 3, 1915.
PICKERS' BOATS GAIN
River Service Increases To
day to Meet Demands.
WORKERS ARE YET NEEDED
Grahamona, Carrying 4 00 lor Up
per Willamette, Keports Depth
of Only 1.8 Feet Over Sill
In Oregon City Locks.
In spite of the fact there were more
than 400 hopptckers aboard the steamer
Cramahona when she left for Upper
Willamette River points yesterday and
there was a heavy exodus by steam
and electric lines, hopgrowers sent re
quests to J. H. Harbour, United States
Immigration Inspector, yesterday for
additional hands and he said last night
that at least 50 more could be located
today. He prefers families to send to
Though the Grahamona left here on
time she was delayed at the Oregon
City locks and did not get into the
lower lock until 2 o'clock, passing
through half an hour later. When she
reached there, it is said, there was only
a depth of 1.8 feet over the sill.
According to a report made to Cap
tain A. B. Graham, of the Yellow Stack
I-ine, the lack of water apparently was
iue to the power plants above the locks.
He said lost night that the use of water
there should be regulated so as not to
delay steamers, especially at this sea
eon when hundreds are endeavoring to
reach the hopyards without loss of
time and growers are as. anxious to
have help report promptly.
Because of the number of pickers
heading into the Willamette Valley the
company will have the steamers Ore
gona and Pomona out this morning, the
Oregona going to Salem and the Po
mona proceeding as -far as Mission
landing. The river is at such a low
stage that the steamers are unable
to carry their usual loads of freight.
By dividing the movement between
two carriers it is hoped to make more
speed and have less delay at bars.
Requests reaching here by long dis
tance telephone service yesterday were
placed at between 75 and 100 by Mr.
Barbour and some of the places were
filled by night. The Government force
has labored actively to place as many
needy families as possible in the yards
this season and the office of the Immi
gration service has been thronged for
the past week.
from Dallas, Independence and other
Polk County localities calls have been
received for more pickers. Rain is not
feared and it is said there is no pros
pect of an immediate downpour, so
there is no reason for pickers being
disturbed by the showery aspect of yes
terday. Growers are anxious to get
the hops Into the dryers without delay,
so want their crews of yard hands com
pleted. It EG ATT A SERVICE PKVOIDEl
Ilarkins and O.-W. JJ. & X. 1'leets
Handle Visitors to Astoria.
Owing to the demand at Astoria for
reservations for Portland at the close
of the annual regatta Saturday night,
the Harkins Transportation Company
has announced that the steamer Undine,
which leaves Ash - street dock at 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon for Megler,
will cross from there to Astoria so as
to leave for Portland at midnight. The
steamer Lurline, regularly on the Portland-Astoria
run, will be held at
Astoria until 11 o'clock that night.
The steamer Georgiana, which makes
dally round trips, is to remain on
schedule and depart from Astoria at 1!
o'clock Saturday afternoon for Port
land. The O.-W. K. & N. steamers Harvest
Queen and T. J. Potter, leaving last
night, carried a number to the regatta.
The Queen plies to Astoria and return,
while the Potter proceeds to Astoria on
her way to Megler. The Potter will
have a large crowd for North Beach
Saturday night and. in addition to
making a trip from Megler Sunday
night, will return so as to leave there
Monday night to carry home Labor day
BEAVEU EXCIKSIOX TONIGHT
O.-W. It. & X. Employes' Club Go
to St. Helens and Keturn.
When the "Big Three" flagship Bea
ver hauls away from Ainsworth dock
fit 7:45 o'clock tonight she probably
will carry the largest crowd in her his
tory, a majority being members of the
O.-W. R & N. Employes' Club, who se
cured the uhip for a moonlight excur
sion as far as St. Helens and return.
The Beaver will be allowed 1000 per
sons for the occasion.
George W. McMath, chairman of the
committee having the outing in charge.
, has labored with a corps of assistants
during the past two weeks In interest
ing the big force of the company in the
affair and he promises that if the trip
does not produce some surprising
stunts it will be because there is noth
ing new under the sun. The Employes'
Band will be aboard, the promenade
. deck will be used for dancing, while
refreshments are provided and other
features arc being kept under cover
until the ship is under way. Captain
Mason and other officers of the Beaver
have had their share of work in getting
the ship ready.
HACKEXSACKS LOAD GKOWS
Iiritis.lt Tramp Breaks Former lSec
ord In Loading Lumber Here.
When the British steamer Hacken
ack sailed from the river at 6:30
o'clock yesterdny morning she carried
a total of 3.352.000 feet, though origi
v nally cleared last week with 3.275.
Ol'O feet. The vessel loaded 504.0UO
feet more lumber than on the occasion
of her visit In 1910. when she received
her cargo at Portland.
The Haekensack goes to London di
rect and carries ties, sleepers and
other timbers for ..railroad construc
tion, it being assumed that the ma
terial is desired to rehabilitate rail
road lines damaged because of the
war. She had 2.115.000 feet under
deck and 633,000 feet on deck when
here In 1910, and this time she took
2.593.000 under deck and 759.000 on
deck. Most of her cargo was provided
by the McCormlck plant at St, Helens,
where.. a second steamer is due shortly
toload a similar cargo for the British
KL.VMATH DUE ITiOM ISLANDS
Three McCormlck Ships to Be'
Started Sooth, in. Xext Pen- Days.
Having concluded operating to th
Hawaiian Islands for the present, the
McCormlck flagship Klamath is due In
the river today from California with a
number of passengers and considerable
general cargo. She loads for the re
turn to California and sails Saturday.
On he last trip from the islands the
KlamaifViirrlved at San Francisco Au
gust 27, after a run of 17 days, steam
ins via San Pedro, She had a cargo
of 10.000 cases of canned pineapples and
o.ouu reet of Hawaiian hardwood. She
had made two voyages to Pearl Harbor
from the Columbia River, carrying lum
ber and creosoted piling for the Gov
ernment drydock there.
The steamer Wapama. of the McCor
mick fleet, sails tomorrow, and the
Multnomah, also under that flag, is due
to depart Monday, all bound for points
in California as far as San Diego.
CANAL CEREAL RATES CUT
Decline of 5 Cents Announced on
Portland-Xew York Consignmets.
liates on wheat, flour and barley
from Portland and all Pacific Coast
ports to New York have declined 5 cents
on 100 pounds, effective at once, and
applying on cargo loaded aboard fol
lowing vessels. The tariff is now 45
cents and the impression prevails there
may be further reductions.
The New York headquarters of the
American-Hawaiian has advised C. D.
Kennedy, Portland agent, of the lower
charge, and it will govern about 350
tons of flour to move on the liner Mon
tanan. due next week. Between March
30 and July 1 the tariff on those cereals
went from 35 to 50 cents, and little
moved after it was raised above 45
cents. The bulk of the stuff was car
ried last season at is a ton, with a
limited quantity at $9. No wheat
moved to the Atlantic Coast during
August, and only 49.082 bushel3 in July.
For the cereal year ended June 30 the
total was 248,663 bushels, and there
were 69.985 barrels of flour. Puget
Sound shipped 102,000 bushels of wheat
and 31,980 barrels of flour. 4
LOWER RIVER SAILINGS 3LAXY
Heavy Shipments ol Lumber Are
Reported lor August.
ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
During the month of August, 36 ves
sels loaded at the mills in the Lower
Columbia River district and sailed for
domestic ports, with combined cargoes
amounting to 17,828,000 feet of lumber.
In the same period 1J vessels carried
2.903,000 feet of lumber from the up
river mills to domestic ports, and two
vessels carried 2,120,000 feet of lumber,
which was shipped from the Columbia
River in cargoes during . the past
In addition to the above, two rafts
containing 11,000,000 feet of logs were
towed from Wallace Slough to Cali
fornia, making- a total of 29,828,000
feet of lumber and logs shipped from
the Lower Columbia River district. Be
sides this 11,358 bundles of box shooks
were shipped to California.
LOW" AVATER IX LOCKS DEIAYS
Large Vessels Are Unable to Pass
. at Oregon City Waterway.
OREGON CITY. Or., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) Navigation on the Willamette
was at a standstill today because of
low water in the Oregon City locks,
a condition which prevented the larger
river boats from reaching the upper
The Grahamona. of the Oregon City
Transportation Company, was the first
boat held back today and the 200 pas
sengers from Portland on their way
to Valley hop fields spent three hours
wandering along the river bank until
a transfer was made to a boat on the
upper river. The Ruth and the Lang.
of the Willamette Navigation Com
pany, -each drawing 30 inches, have
been unable to go through the locks
for two weeks.
FOGS D1TLAV IACIFIC TRATFIC
Lighthouse Reports on Coos Hay
MARSHF1ELD, Or.. Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) fogr has been a, constant hin
drance to both large and small craft
along" this section of the Oregon coast
for two weeks and delays have been
common. Little gasoline coasting: ves
sels which ordinarily would make a
round trip from Coos Bay to Rogue
River in from three to four days have
been absent ten days.
Large ocean-going steamships have
entered port and passed out without the
ookouts at the coast guard station ob
serving them and lighthouse reports
have been Inaccurate on that account.
COWLITZ JETY WORK IS DOXE
Contracts for IMIixig and Driving
Ki:LSO. Wash., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Contacts for the construction of a 400-
foot jetty in front of the Hill mill bar
were let yesterday to the Interstate
Construction Company, of Portland, for
the driving of the piling and to Albert
Burcham, of Kelso, for furnishing the
The jetty will extend from the Mc-
Lanc shingle mill down stream 400 feet-
Work will be begun at once.
BAIiBOA SHIPS A C HIXER Y
Panama Canal Supplies to Be "Used
on Alaska Railroad Work.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 1. The
steam schooner Wilmington has left
Balboa for. Anchorage, Alaska, with
13,000 terns of machinery from the
Panama Canal for use in Alaska rail
road conatrutcion. The cargo is com
posed of i la tears, dumpcars, boiler.
drills, shop machinery and repair parts.
Heavy shipments from Seattle jot
rails, cars and lumber for the Alaska
railroad will take place this month.
Sailer Makes Two Speed Records.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) Two sailing vessel speed records
were made by Captain C. AV. Brasting,
of the schooner Edward R. West, which
lias just completed a trip to Freeman-
tie, Australia. The first record was the
making of this trip in 98 days and the
second was in passing CJoode Island
only 59 days out from Urays Harbor.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Sept. 1. Arrived- Steamer
Atlas, from San Francisco : French bark
Dupleix, from Bahia Bianca. Sailed
Steamers Uoo. W. KIder, for San XMego via
way porta ; Multnomah, lor frau Francisco
via St. Helens.
Astoria. Sept. 1. Left up at 6 A. M.
t earner At la. Sailed at G A. M. Steamer
San la Clara, for San Francisco Tia. way
ports; ti:..'J A. M., British steamer Hatk-
ucK, ror liOnuon. Arrived at y:iu A. Ai.
United Slates cruiser Albany, from Bremer-
toti; at i:.0. steamer akuihii, from Nutsha-
Bsk. Left up at it; 40 A. M. French bark
L'uuieix. Arrived at 11:10 A. M. Steamer
Great Northern, from San Francisco ; at II :'Z
P. M.. I'nited Staua cruiser South Dakota,
from Smii Frant-isio.
San Francisco. Sept. 1. Arrived at 6 A.
M. Steamer Hear, from Portland for San
Pedro. Sailed at noon Steamer Daisy
Uiusoy, for Portland. Arrived at 3 P. M.
Steamers Northern Pacific, from Flavel;
Rote City, from San Pedro for Portland.
Au. 3t. sailed at P. M.. steamer Celiio,
I rum Poniami for San U iej?o.
Coos iny. Sept. 1. Arrived at 10 A. M.
Steamer K. A. KT.burn. from San Francisco
and Cureka. for Port Land.
San Pedro, Sept. 1. Sailed Steamer
Navajo, from New York for Portland via
way ports. Arrived Steamer Necanieum,
from Columbia River. Aug. 3 1. sailed
Steamers Shasta, for Portland; Roanoke,
from San Diego, for Portland via way
Balboa, Aur. 31. Arrived Steamer Isa
bel... from Portland for Valparaiso.
Astoria, Aug. 31. Arrived at 0:15 p. M.
Steamer Alias. from San Francisco;
French bark Dupleix, from .Bahia Bianca.
San Francisco. Spt. 1. Arrived Steam
ers Northern Pacific, from Astoria; Brook
lyn and KUiabeth. from Band on; Alva.ra.do.
from Mukllteo; Bear, from Portland; Mon
tanan. from New York, Sailed Steamers
San Pedro, for Port Orford; Daisy Oadeby.
for Astoria: EI Sepundo, for Ketchikan;
schooner Luck, for Knik.
Yokohama, Sept. 1. Sailed Steamer Si
berian, for San Francisco.
Sydney, N. S. W., Sept. 1. Sailed
Steamer Slam, for San Francisco.
Seattle, Sept. 1. Arrived tit earner Spo
kane, from Southeast Alaska. Sailed
Steamer .Northland, tor Southeast Alaska.
BRITISH LOSS HEAYV
Turks Say Greater Part of One
Landing Party Killed.
MEN COMPLAIN OF. HUNGER
Prisoners Tell of Great Heat, Lack
of Food and Water and Otiher
Things Causing Depression'
Among Allies Ranks.
TURKISH HEADQUARTERS ON THE
GALiLIPOLI PENINSULA, Aug". 22, via
Berlin and wireless to Tuckertotv N. J.,
Sept, 1. It has been impossible to
ascertain the total losses of the British
in the Anafarta region, in the fighting
which followed the landing of a fresh
expeditionary force on August 6 and 7.
The losses In dead on the whole Gal
lipoli front, which the allies sustained
as a result of the general offensive
movement, coincident with the Anafarta
landing, exceed 20,000 men. Most of
the bodies are -st ill unburied. One bat
talion was annihilated.
Officers at the Turkish headauartera
are of the opinion that the British have
expended in the actions of the last two
weeks nearly all the troops landed on
August b and 7. The Turkish losses
are not light, but they do not approach
those of the British. The ground thus
far occupied by the British is of little
military value if an attack on the Dar
danelles forts Is their objective;
j.ne Associated Press correspondent
saw a score of British prisoners. The 1
j.avcs ui wie men snowed the strain
under which they had been. They com
plained of the quantity and quality of
the food which they had received. Thev
said they had only meat, preserves and
biscuits. The water supply was poor
and insufficient and the sanitary serv
ice was overtaxed Dy the numbers of
the wounded. so that manv
soldiers were unattended.
Some of them, the prisoners said,
were abandoned and fell into the hands
of the Turks.
From the stories of the prisoners, it
would appear that the great heat and
the lack of sufficient food and good
water is having a depressing effect on
the British forces on the Gallipoli Peninsula-
"With more than 100 passengers and a
large cargo, the North Pacific steamer Geo
W. Elder sailed last night for San Diego
and other California ports.
In tow of the Shaver steamer Henderson,
the French bark Dupleix, from Bahia Bianca
which arrived Tuesday night, left up from
Astoria at 9:40 o'clock yesterday. The
Henderson arrived liere late Tuesday night
with the British bark Kfllarr.ey and re
turned at once for the Dupleix. Captain'
James Brown, of the Killarney, savs the
passapre from Montevideo was pleasant ex
cept for the seasonable bad weather off
"Word was received yesterday that the
steamer Willamette had been substituted
for the Shoshone in the new Parr-McCor-mick
Steamship T.lne. which began busi
ness yesterday. The Willamette Is bringing
700 tons of cargo and is due tomorrow.
Contractors have begun work on the
addition of a second story to the municipal
boat landing at the foot of Stark street,
and an excavation was made there yes
terday for a fuel oil tank. The building
is to be completed about December 1.
Members of an efficiency board that was
in session at the Custom-House since Mon
day ended their labors last night after an
other trip through the harbor and leave
today for New York, pruoaoly making a
stop at Minneapolis.
Bound here from New York In the
Grace service, the steamer Navajo left
San Pedro yesterday. The vessel Is owned
by the Hwayne & Hoyt line, and is under
charter to the Grace interests for the west
The arrival at Astoria yesterday of the
tug Akutan, Captain Bernt Olsen, from
Nushagak, marks the return of the Alaskan
fishing fleet. She belongs to the Alaska
Portland Packers Association and is ex
pected to be followed today by the bark
Berlin, which Is making- a speedy passage
from Nushagak, being reported at 11:30
Tuesday niht 2til miles west of the en
trance to the Columbia, and she will have
been on the way yj days today. The ves
sel will discharge her part of the salmon
pack at Municipal Dock .No. 1.
To be present during the Astoria regatta,
the cruiser Albany arrived in the river
yesterday from the Bremerton Navy-Yard.
Among callers in exporting circles yes
terday was Fred L. Waldron, of Honolulu,
president of the Chamber of Commerce
there and a large importer. He leaves
today tm the steamer Great Northern for
Xews From Oregon Ports.
Astoria, Or.. Sept. 1. (Special.) A
wireless message received today stated that
the cannery ship St. Nicholas, which Is en
route from Bristol Bay, Alaska, was ISO
miles oft the mouth of the river at 6 o'clock
The cruiser Albany arrived from Bremer
ton and will re mala during the three days
of the regatta.
The cruiser South Dakota arrived from
San Francisco to remain during the regatta
The FVench bark Duplet left for Port
land, where she is to load grain.
The steam schooner Grays Harbor will
shift to Westport to complete her cargo of
Carrying frclsht and passengers from
Portland and Astoria, the steamer Santa
Clara sailed today for. San Francisco via
Coos Bay .and Eureka;
The Russian bark Endymion, from Ade
laide, arrived off the mouth of the river
today and was given orders to proceed to
With a cargo of lumber from St. Helens
and Westport, the British steamer Hack
ensack sailed for London, England.
After pumping oil here, the tank steamr
Atlas left for Portland to finish discharging
Bringing 600 passengers and a goad list ot
freight, the steamer Gnat Northern arrived
from San Francisco.
COOS BAY, Or., Sept. 1. fSpeciaL) The
steamship F. . A. Kilburn arrived at 10:30
A. M. from the south and sailed for Port
land at 4 P. M.
The steam schooner Thomas L. Wand
sailed from North Bend today with lumber
for San Francijsco, at 1:30.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All position? reported at 8 P M., Septem
ber 1, unlet otherwise Indicated).
Kentra. 4'2t miles south of San Francisco
Moffett. Bui boa for Richmond, 430 miles
south of San Francisco lightship.
Spj-edwell. San Diego for Redondo, 37 miles
north of San Diego.
Celilo, san Francisco for San Pedro 35
miles east of Point Conception.
Norwood, Kan Pedro for San Diego, 0
miles south of San Pedro.
Villanette. San Pedio for San Diego 4i
miles south of San Pedro.
John A. Hooper. Baltimore for San Diego
74 miles south of ."an Diego.
S. V. Luck-nl.ach, San Pedro for New
York. ,i0.. miles southeast of Sau Pedro.
St. Helens. Tacoma for Sun Francisco, 46A
miU-s north of San Francisco.
Drake, towing barge US, Seattle for Rich
mond. i2o roil- from Richmond
Governor, Seattle for San Francisco, 140
miles north of Cape Blanco.
Yosemite. Grays Harbor for San Francisco
12 miles touth of Grays Harbor.
Santa Clara. Portland for Coos Bay, 28
miies north of Coos Bay.
Columbia, San Francisco' for Tacoma, 43b
miles north of San Francisco.
Congress. San Francisco for Seattle, 10O
miles north of Cape Blanco.
Herrin, Monterey for Linnton, 53 miles
south of the Columbia River.
Klamath. San Francisco for Portland, ' 2a
miles north of Heceta Head. '
Berlin, Alaska for Portland, 136 miles
west of Columoia River.
Kilburn, Coos Bay for Portland. 35 miles
north of Cooe Bay.
Porter. Monterey for Linnton, 290 miles
north of San Frarvcipco.
Multnomah. San Francisco for Portland, 30 I
mjles north of Northwest Seal Rock. !
.sortniana. an rranclsco for Seattle, five
miles south of Cape Blanco.
Lucas, Point Wells for Richmond, 164
miles north of Richmond.
Hllonlan, San Francisco for Honolulu, leyo
miles out. August 31. S P. M.
Enterprise. San Francisco for Honolulu,
85.1 mile out. August 31. S P. M.
Barsea Itl and 7 in low of tug Defiance.
San Francisco for El Sesrundo. BO
of San Francisco.
Chanslor, Honolulu for San Francisco. 1443
miles out, August 31, 8 P. M.
Korea, Orient for San Francisco. 14
miles out, August 31, 8 P. M.
Siberia, Orient for San Francisco, 1938
mlifs weat of Honolulu. August SI S P. M.
Minncsotan, Hilo for Delaware Break
water. 3412 miles west of Balboa, August 31.
8 P. M.
Sherman, Manila for San Francisco. 74S
miles wet of Honolulu, August 31. 8 P. M.
Adeline Smith, Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco, 3- miles north of San Francisco.
Queen, San Francisco for San Pedro, oft
Point New Year.
Topeka. San Francisco for Eureka, 36
miles north of Point Reyes.
El Sesrundo. Richmond for Ketchikan, 64
miles north of San Francisco.
Roanoke, San Pedro for San Francisco, 145
um-a euum ol rnn p rancisco.
Manoa, San Francisco for Honolulu, 365
lies from San Francisco.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
High. - Low.
7:4S A. AI 3.4" feetll :1 A. M 1.4 feet
6:51 P. M 7.3 feet ;U ::." P. M 4.2 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Sept. 1. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M.: Sea smooth; barometer.
30.06; wind, west 12 miles.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Marriage License v
MEXDEXHALULEGG Kezter L. ilen
denhall, 23, 1172 East Main street and
BeMie C. Legs. 12, 7S9 East Main atreet
STANLEY-NELSON Roy Stanley. 31,
Medford. Or., and Gertrude Nelson, 27, 63
UPSHAW-LEXZ Walter Edward Upshaw,
!4. Tlgard, Or., and Edah Helen Lena, 23
East Thirteenth and Madison streets.
KING-ALLEN Albert R. King. 23, Hills
boro. Or., and Fern Allen. 23, 6419 Fifty
ninth avenue Southeast.
BERTELSEN-AN-DERSON Edwin Arthur
Bertlesen. 26, 17 West Emerson street and
Etta Letitia Anderson, 23, 668 East Thirty
LOWZOW-HEIDE K. Fred Lowzow,
Mliwauki, Or., and Rakel borthea Helde,
legal, 440 East Sevenoeenth street North
DO.NAI.DSO.V-BIGER Dr. A. B. Donald
son, legal. Barlow. Or., and Alma Irene
.nuser, legal. rb t 1'wentleth street.
WETHEY-HOPFM1RE Arthur Harvey
Wether, Jr., legal. 1695 Stanton street, and
Flerence E. Hoffmlie, legal. 1(7 North
CHOI.BERG To Mr. and Mrs. C- Chol
berg. 4235 Fiftieth street Southeast, August
3a, a son.
HANSEN To Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Han
sen, 429 Main street, August 26, a daughter.
M'KEE To. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mc
Kee. 1014 Sduth Gresham street, August
19, a daughter.
BE LA TONTINE To Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Le la Tontine, 3 73 Schuyler street,
August 2 7, a son.
H AS KINS To Mr. and Mrs. Marlon B.
Hasklns, 613 East Mohawk street, August
26, a daughter.
PENMNGS To Mr. and Mrs. Albert J
Pennlngs. 258 East Thirty-second street.
August 29, a son.
BOLAND To Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J.
Boland, Fouth and Marie streets, August
24, a son.
LAYTON To Mr. and Mrs. Louis Layton.
69." Second street, August 30, a son.
MATH1ESEN To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
A. Mathiesen. 1356 East Salmon street.
August 25, a son.
GROSS To Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Gross, 1293 Belmont street. August 23, a
CROSBY To Mr. and Mrs. Elbert W.
Crosby. 50 2 Columbia street. August 28. ft
HAHN To Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hahn, 383
Cable street. August 12, a daughter.
HENKELL To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hen
kell. St. Johns, August 18, a son.
ROVICH To Mr. and Mrs. H. Rovlch. 266
Gibbs street. August 17, a daughter.
Vancouver (Wash.) Marriage Licenses.
HOItTO.V-LANDES Lloyd I. Horton and
MIfs Vivian Laniies, both of Tigard. Or.
BROWNING - MI NSEL1. Walter L.
Browning, of Camas, and Miss Mary L.
Munsell, of Orchards.
LA CROY-BATICSON J. E. La Cray and
4 Miss Pearl Bateson, 17, both of Estacada,
HEl.YI-BROWN Joseph C. Helm and Miss
Florence N. Brown, both of Portland.
RAMEY-SELZER Wright E. Ramev. of
Newberg, and Mrs. Rena Selzer. of Sher
TOLONEN-NISKANEN John Tolonen, of
Centerville. Or., and Mrs. Nlskanen, of
ROGERS-ElLIS Joslah W. Rogers and
Mies Myrtle M. Ellis. 17. both of Portland.
FORCE-CROWI.EY Roy N. Force and
Miss Myrtle Crowley, both of Vancouver.
TOOIATE TO CLASSIFY.
HIGH school girl to work for room ana
board near JenVrson. a07 Cook ave East
3 HO and C
WANT E D 1;0 t o 00 yards of second-hand
linoleum. Broadway 1101.
SEPTEMBER- 2, 3, 4
H!) $3 Round Trip
Keturn Limit Monday
Daily trains leave 7:15, 8:30 A. M., 6:30 P. M.
Greatest Water Carnival of the Year
Championship Itaces, Land and Water Parades, Aeroplane
Flights, Battleships, Log Bucking, Band Concerts,
j. Opening of Municipal Dock, Etc.
Join the Chamber of Commerce Party
Leaving Portland 8:30 A. M. Saturday
AT THE v
Greatest events of the week Saturday afternoon. $3.00 round
trip tickets to Clatsop Beach on this train only, allow stop
over at Astoria on going trip, for visit to Regatta" Return
, Spend the
Week End and Labor Day
The Greatest Days
$3 ROUND TRIP
Tickets and Details at Fifth and Stark Streets, and
North Bank Station.
S:30 P. ML
ift it A
Great American Business Flay.
at the Door
An Intensely Interesting Comedy
Drama Founded on
Salesmanship, Office Efficiency
and a Wife's Devotion
Lepictinp the Sorrows of a Strug
Showing the Influence of the
Knocker In Business Life.
Direction W. A. Wilkins.
Auspices Ben Franklin Club.
Seats Now Selling at Box Office,
ll'ark. W. Park, nr. WasU'n.E
"Bettr In Search of a Thrill" and
Col. Hfrzn Fanner.
of the Season.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
RETURN LIMIT MONDAY
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
K. STEPHA.V, hemstitching. cal:opln. ac
cord., side pleat, buttons covered, roods
sponged; mail orders. 1109 Pittoclc blocs;
Brosdway l-)9. -
ABSTRACTS AND TITI.KS.
PROMPT service at reasonable prices. Pa
cific Title a- Trust Co.. 7 Ch. or Com.
Pleating, hemslitchlu. picotlng, braiding.
Eastern Novelty Co.. 85 ath. B'way 2UUU.
U. R1DOUT, Marshall SSSi. aos litb. at.
ASSAVKKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. Hi J, 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
ATTOKN EYS-AT-LA V.
J. S. NELSON. LAWYER. BIS P1TTOCK
BLR. CONSULTATION FREE. BD'Y 5175.
FLUFF RUGS RAG RUGS.
New rugs from old ingrain. Brussels.
Smyrna, Axmiaster carpets; carpet clean
ing refitting. resizing; country orders
prompt attention. Send for booklet. West
ern Fluff Rug Co.. S4-otf Union ave. Norm
Phone Kast t.i!tf. B H73.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets. rag ruga, lsb E. Mh. Both pnonea.
t KLl.tl.UIU BCTTONS. BADGES.
THE IRWIX-llOUSON COMPANY.
8S7 Washington St. Main 31 and A 1254.
William. Eslelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors 3tl'J Gcrlinger bldg.. S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs M. D.
Hill. Office Fllener bldg. Main 1473.
DR. M MA HON, sixth year. Chronic cases
taking time. 31 treatments. J15. 121 4th st
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
- centage anywhere; highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency.
4-ft Henry bldg. phone Marshall 450.
NBTH A CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796
xvo collection, no cnare. established lou.
PINKERTON CO U.S.DKIECTIVE AGCY
r.stamisnea over so years
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Invefttlitaiions and reports made on indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free. Suite
Sr.4 Plttock block. Phone Broadway BiU.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. 8514 Bth
St., bet. Stark and Oak; sp'l Summer rates
5 private lessons. $-J; morning, afternoon,
evening, all latest dances guaranteed Class
Thurs.. Sat. evenings, 7-8. SO. Children's
classes g-at., - to a, .c. Broadway 16i.
MISS IRELAND, Mulkey bldg.. Id and Mor
rison. 10 private lessons (5. guaranteed;
10 A. M. to S P. M. ; classes Mon., FrL
eve.. S to 10 P. M. Marshall 813.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons rtally; class
r rl. eve. Auditorium Hall, 2oSia 3d St.,
near Taylor. Main 3822.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment bv specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Cassaday. 517 Dekum bldg.. 3d & W n
Al'TO AND BillllY TOPS.
DT'BRU'll.LE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park c Davis.
Royal Bakery & Conf.. Inc.. 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WK1NHARD. Zlh and Burnslde.
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. FIRNISH INGS.
FLE1SCHNER. MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash St.
Stuhbs Electrical Co.. 6th and nna Sts.
Albera Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall.
H. m. HUtstiK, Board or Trade oiag.
WADHAMS CO.. 67-75 Fourth St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAl'SER HAT CO.. 54-55 Front St.
HIDES WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 1!1 Front at.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
"STAR OF THE MOVIES," Musical Farce
vrith Ed Armstrong: and a Bis; Chorus.
5 OTHER BIG-TIME ACTS 5
Boxes, "irst Row Balcony Seats Reserved
by phone. Main 43o, A 223S.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
Opening of season of The Famous Baker
Players next Sunday Matinee. September s,
in Bayard Vellter'a
WITHIN THE LAW
Most remarkable play of modern times.
Beat comuany ever organized. Immense
line of plas and productions.
evening price: zsc, boc box and logs. 7fs&
AU matinees and Monday nighta all seats
f except box and lojrii 25c Season seats
held for all performances exceDt Mondav
nights. Labor Day Mat. Monday.
Ala KADER TEMPLE
JUNKET Attention, Nobles:
there will be a pilgTlmage of
nobles and their ladles, band
arid patrol, next Friday
evening. September 3, to the
home of our illustrious poten
tate at Gresham. All nobles
having autoa will kindly
bring them and see that each
seat is occupied, those unable
in machines will have
free transportation by apecial car leaving
1st and Alder at 7 P. M. The committee In
charge will provide ample entertainment ana
If you fail to como our pote and wife will
miss you und you'll oe sorry mo v..
life. The start will be made promptly from
Masonic Temple at 7 P. M Friday next,
September 3. Call Main 4676 and '
how many you will take, co the committee
may prepare accorulngly. COMMIlltic-
WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
46, A. F. and A. M. Stated com
munication this (Wednesday)
at 7:30 o'clock. East 8th and
Burnslde ste. At this time final
arrangements will be made for
to Seaside, toept. 4. uon t miss
are sure to have a good time.
M. Invited. By order W. M.
See Bro. T. M. Patterson for sleeping
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec
PORTLAND LODGE, NO.
1 12. B. P. O. ELKS Regular
meeting this (Thursday)
evening. September 2, at b
1'. M. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend. Initiation.
By order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAULDING, Sec
PORTL.ANO LODGE. No. 53.
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication 1 :Go this (Thursday)
oon mml uctinjc funeral of
late Brother Frank Nau.
Members w h o can. p lease bring
Order W. M.
C. M. ste A DM AA, Secretary.
Si V IRITAV TaODGE. No. 2. I. O. O. F.
All members are retue-stel to mt at L
O. O. K. Tempie, First and Alder trets.
this (Thursday) eve., at 8 o'clock, to pay a
fraternal visit to -Minerva j-ogkc. p- i.
Past r.rand Master's Jewels to be oresented
to Past Grand Masters Philip Metschan and
Henry E. Dok-. H- usu, eec
COLUMBIA LODGE. No. 114,
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication tills Thursday)
evening at S o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Visiting: brethren al
ways welcome. By order W. M.
FRED OLSON. Secretary.
SUNNYSIDE LODGE. NO. 163.
A, F. AND A. M. Special com
munication tonight East 24 th
and Yamhill sts. Work In M.
3u.. decree. Visitors welcome.
By order of W. M.
E. M. LANCE. Sec
K. T. Sir Knishts taking
pa.rt In, the Malta, please at
tend this evening at 7:30.
C. F. W1BGANU, .Recorder.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 28.
I o O F.. meets this tThursday) evening
In Orient Hall, East ttth and Alder sts.. at
7 o'clock. Royal Purple decree. All patri
archs urgently requested to be present.
C. C. STARR, tocrlbe,
EXTRA New emblem Jewelry of all kinds
at Jaeger Bros,, 131-3 Slxtn st.
;lass and glazing.
T1MMS. CRESS &. CO.. IS 2d su Main 2022,
Wind shi.-lda and auto hehta.
DAVID M. DUNNE, gen l Insurance; -fire,
marine, aulo. ooti and S38 Cham, of Com,
HASTY" MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles ana
bicycles. Phone Main i3. A IU3.
Emu Thielhorn viollu teacher, pupil Severn.
i Flledner bldg. A 4100, Marshall 16J.
piano STUDIO :: mi, st.. terms 3
month. Phone Main SM3.
OPTOMETRISTS AI OITICLANS.
WHY pay big prices for
A. glasses? T can fit your
1 e y e a with first-quality
r'-.' lenses in a gold-filled
lenses duplicated at a big
saving, satisfaction Kuaraiueed. C. W. Good
man, optometrist. 209 Morrison. Main il-'.
R. C. Wright -2 years practice U. S. and
foreign patents. ttul Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near '4th and York st. Main 3i-.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO AND
FROM ALL POINTS.
On household goods, pianos, autos. etc
Through carload service, guaranteed
Get our rates before shipping anywhere.
We can save you money and annoyance.
PACIFIC COAST FOllWAKlUNll CO..
lOl WILCOX BI.IX1.
Phones. Marshall .'407. Marshall 3tJS9.
ALWAYS -PICK THE HEST" Household
Goods Specialists. Storage. Packing, Ship
ping and Moving. Horse or Auto Vina,
Special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO,
2d and Pine Sis. Broadway M, A 1P96.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 G'.lsan St.,
corner 13th. Telephone Main S3 or A llti!'.
We own and operate two larnf class "A'
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates In city.
MOVING. PACKING, SHIPPING. STOr.AGE
Reduced freleht rates to all points.
MANNING Warehouse A Transfer Co.,
Main 70S. Pth and Hoyt. A .''14.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office 1S9 Madison. General merchandise)
and forwarding; aKents. Phone Main 70lt.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE besins Sept.
11. No profession offers equal opportunity.
Catalogue free. c. Keanc, pres., ISIS Mar
ket it., San Francsco.
CORDWOOD First-class fir. 14. SO, distant
delivery $4.75. Order now. prompt ser
vice. Multnomah Fuel Co, Main 5540.
FIRST-CLAPS seasoned fir! $4.50; distant
delivery. $4.75. National Fuel Co.. E. 2d
and Oretron. East 2ii41.
GREEN and dry s'abwood. blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 5720, A 3SP9.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. S3 5th at.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th Sts.
PAINTS AND LI BRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS. OILS AND CLASS.
RASMUSSEN AV CO., 2d mnl Taylor streeta.
I'll'E, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-SS Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEA.M SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. E4-S0 Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO.. 1st and Oak si a
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVKRU1NO A FAR R EI. I.. 14Q Front.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14ih ami Northrup.
SASH. IHH1RS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 32th and Davis.
MORGAN "WALL I'APEH CO.. 23Q 2d at.
FITZPATRICK September 1. J. E. Fit
patrlck. ag.-d 61 years, 3 months, son ot '
John Fitzpa track and brother of Mrs.
Stephen Collins. Funeral from residence
of Stephen Collins, 091 Williams ave. Fu
neral notice later.
DOYLE August 31, Ruth Doyle, aged 13
years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Doyle, of 4S4 Everett street. Re
mains at Dunning & McEntee's parlors.
Notice of funeral later.
BRYAN In this city, September 1, at his
late residence. SHi Lovejoy street, Richard
E. Bryan, aged 74 years. Notice of fu
ST A DEL In this city," August 31, Louts
St ad el. aged 4.1 years. It cm a ins will be
shipped to lansing. Mich., by P. L. Lerch,
FITZPATRICK September 1, John E. Flts
patrick, age yers. Funeral announce
ment later. Remains at A. R. Zeilars Co.
. IX'NLRAL NOTICES.
VAN AVERY The funeral services of Henry
M. Van Avery, aged years, father of
Mrs. H A. Webbt-r and C. J., Edward and
Albert Van Avery, will b- held at St,
Mary's Church. Williams ave. and Stan
ton St., tomorrow (Friday). September ,
at S A. M. Interment Mt. Calvary Ceme
tery. Remains at A. R. Keller to.'i par
lors, Sl)2 Williams ave.
RIG DON In this city, August 31. Orlando
C. W. Rigdon. aged & years. The funeral
services will be held today (Thursday), at
2:30 ork-loek P. M.. at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Finiey A Son, Mont
gomery at Fifth. Friends invited. Inter
ment at Rose City Cemetery.
COLE Private service will be held over the
remains of Andrew Cole at Mt. Scott Park
Cemeterv Crematorium chapel th:
Thursday) morning at 10 A. M. No
NAtT The funeral services of the late Frank
Nau will be h-id at Holman's funeral par
lors at 2 P. M. today (Thursday), Sept, a.
Friends Invited. Concluded services at
the Portland Crematorium.
Th. only residence undertaking- establiaav.
meat in .Portland with private drlvawatr.
Main It. A Hot,
i. P. F1NLBI .at SON.
Montgomery at KlfU.
11R. EDWARD HOLM AN. th. leadlas?
funeral director, 1:20 Third atreet, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1511. Mala 5W.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Bide Funeral Directors, 414 Kut Ai
per street. East 62. it 2626.
MILLER 4 IHACEI. Independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as $0. $4U. ItMi.
Washington and aula ata. Main -QUI, A IsJXi.
A. R. ZhLLEK CO.. 5U2 WILLIAMS AVK.
Kast 10&8. O lOaa. Lady a.tendant. Day
ana night service.
DUNNING si M'ENTEU. funeral directors.
Broadway and Pliie. Pnona aiaun 430. A ,M5.
P. L. LEKCH, Kaat 11th and ClayTtreats.
Lady assistant. Eaat 7bL
bliiWEs UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4102. A 232L Lady attendant.
R. T. BIRNKLi, Williams ave. and KnotL
East 111.. C IV ii. Lady attendant.
BREEZE SNOOK. Cunnyalde Parlors;
auto hearse. 1026 Belmont. To. 1238. B I204
PORTLAND Marble Works, 206 4th mV.
opposite City Hall, builders of memorials.
MARTIN FORBES CO.. florists, 317 Wash
ington. Main 28tt. A 12C9. Vi iwari for U
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE i ROS.. florists. 2e7 Morrison at.
Mam or A 18U5. Fine f losers and floral
desisrna. No branch atores. '
SL'XNVSIDE greenhouse. Fresh flosrara.
Phone B 152:;. E. sad and Taylor.
MAJC M. flllTH. Main 71U5. A 2121. Selling.