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TITE 3IQ-RXIXP OBlSGOXIAy. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1915.
M ON WAY. FOR
WEST COAST CARGO
Steamer Eureka Is Expected
October 12 for Grain and
ITAMPICO .SAILING. TODAY
Oregon & California Lino Seeking
Another Carrier to Maintain
Even Schedule Beckenham
Alout Due for Wheat.
' On the arrival of the steamer Eureka,
f the Oreson & California Shipping:
Company's fleet, about October 12. she
will be prepared to load an underdeck
cargo of flour for the West Coast, in
the service of Sudden & Christensen.
She alpo toes to the plant of the Cros
eett Western Lumber Company, which
has her under charter for a year, to
work a deckload of lumber for the
West Coast. The Eureka -will be the
fourth steamer dispatched from here
by Sudden Se Christensen in a new
monthly schedule inaugurated by that
.company from Portland to South Amer
The Tampico, which was sent to New
Tork with lumber by the Crossett
Western Lumber Company and loaded
there for the Oregon & California line,
proceeding: to Philadelphia to complete
her carsro. sails from the Quaker City
this afternoon for Portland, and is
looked for about October 6. .
Third Steamer to Be Taken.
The Eureka Is to get away from
Philadelphia by September 12, also hav
ing New York shipments. H. M. Will
iams, of the Oregon & California line,
aid yesterday that it was because the
vessels are almost in company that it
was decided to charter the Eureka to
'Sudden & Christensen for the South
American trip, and on discharging: there
she is to load nitrates for New York
and be then placed on schedule.
In addition, Mr. Williams says, the
company is negotiating for a third
steamer, now on the Atlantic side,
which will leave there with carero, so
on the return of the -Eureka the three
Will be an equal distance apart.
Sudden & Christensen loaded the
'etcaracr Henry T. Scott here in July
and she was followed in August by
he Isabela, while the John A. Hooper
is due in about 10 days tp take on flour
- and lumber. With chartered steamers
- of the Urace fleet operating 'to the
"West Coast, Portland has a more fre
quent service than before the European
war, as far as southbound business is
Beekroham Coratiis; lor Wheat.
Another of the cereal fleet to be dis
patched shortly is the British steamer
Beckenham, which Is about due from
Palboa to load wheat. She Is con
signed to M. H. Houser. She sailed
from Philadelphia July 31 and from
Norfolk August 3. beins at Colon
Aujrnst 13. The Norwegian steamer
Strlnda is the next tramp expected. She
sailed from Nagasaki August 13 and
on arrival is to be drydocked for clean
line and painting, after which she loads
The French bark Noemi was cleared
yesterday for Sydney .with 109.784
bushels of wheat, valued at an equal
number of dollars. The French hark
1 Pilier began working grain at Mer
sey dock yesterday, the French bark
IHipleix started discharging ballast at
the North Pacific Mill and the British
hark Killarney is -working ballast at
Linnton, so more of the squareriggers
will probably be loading wheat next
CUSTOMS MKKTIXO IS JlKhl)
AV.-i.vlilnatoii Opposes Portland's
Itlvcr District Enlargement.
Tn a session held yesterday at Se
attle it is understood that members of
An efficiency board, sent here earlier
In the week by the Treasury Depart
ment, were listening to reasons why
the Oregon customs district should not
be enlarged to include cities on the
nortyi bank of the Columbia River, a
plan that Collector of Customs Burke
took up soon after he entered on his
duties and has since fought for.
While here the efficiency board gave
tip half a day to the matter.and read
a batch of communications from
Knappton. Skamokawa, Brookfield,
Vancouver and other places, and from
indivldal firms, urging that the addi
tional territory be included in the Ore
KOn district to expedite shipping. One
complaint was that the deputy collector
of the Washington district, located at
K a la ma. could not cover the north banlt
of the river at all times so vessels
would not be delayed and that ships
loading parcels on both sideB were
held up because compelled to clear
from one district to another when
Another argument advanced was that
vessels owned along the north bank
wore documented at Seattle, yet United
States Inspectors Edwards and Fuller,
located at Portland. Issue licenses to
masters and other officers here. It was
not deemed best to hold a public hear
ing on the matter here and it was un
derstood that there would be no out
siders heard at Seattle. Collector
Burke Is backed here by the shipping
interests In his campaign forthe ac
quisition of the north bank territory,
rot :ie a gain In the way of receipts,
hut to facilitate the movement of com
merce. OMENTA (irTS ST. NICHOLAS
Captain ,Ii)luixm Pl;i.s Hide and
Seek With Alaska Salmon Ship.
Captain Hurryup" Johnson, of 'the
Port of Portland bar tug Oneonta,
added another mnrk to bis credit for
speed and headwork yesterday when he
ph-kod up the salmon ship St. Nicholas
off the river nt 5 o'clock. The St. Nich
olas proved nq elusive customer, as she
was reported off the river Thursday,
and Captain Johnson steamed for the
vicinity of Willapa Harbor, where she
was said to be. hut the ship was not
sighted. Then it was reported she was
off Falcon P.ock. to the southward of
Tillamook Kock. and that likewise
Early yesterday the Oneonta sighted
t'-e salmon ship Berlin and towed her
inside, returning at once for the St.
Nicholas, which was finally located.
The Reuce. Inst or the northern fleet.
i yet to report. The Levi U. Ruigess
was entered here yesterday with her
cargo of the Nushagak salmon pack,
and began discharging In the afternoon
at Municipal Pock No. 1. While the
Burgess was 10 days and 9 hours from
Nushaaak a record passage the P.cr
lln was only 11 days and IS hours,
which is next to the record.
ST. JOHNS POCK I'OR WHEAT
Should Extra Sparc Be Needed
Tracks May Be Built to 'Wharf.
To use Municipal dock No- 3. at St.
Johns, for the storage of grain is said
to be under consideration if the move
ment of wheat from the interior be
comes heavier than docks in the main
harbor can accommodate. The St.
Johns' dock' was taken over when that
city became a part of Portland and
minor repairs ordered there have been
completed. To use the dock for grain
storage would necessitate the con
struction of a. conncting track and
that probably would be - undertaken if
there is a demand for the space.
The dock shed has a frontage of 440
feet on the river and a width of 100
feet. As the new Oregon-Washington
dock is 560 feet by 100 and Al
bina dock, the latter being used by
Balfour. Guthrie & Co.. is 670 by 100
feet, considerable grain could be han
dled. The Commission recently made
dock No. 2, on the East Side, available
for wheat and some has been moved
from the Upper Columbia by steamers.
Later in the season a large movement
DOCK BUDGET BEING MADE
Commission to Ask'for New Bid's on
Tracks to Dock No. 2.
Preparation of the annual budget
of the Commission of Public Docks
has been started and is to be sub
mitted to the Commission in another
week. Changes are expected over
last year's estimate and because of the
St, Johns dock being taken over.
Warehouse B built and the headquar
ters offices authorized to be built at
the foot of Stark street, there will
be more men on the payroll than be
fore, yet there may be a reduction in
other maintenance. The budget last
year amounted to $168,365.44.
There was a special" meeting held
yesterday, but because of the absence
from the city of Commissioners Sell
ing and Burgard. the budget was not
formally discusssed. The business of
the session was to decide on readver
tising for bids on the construction of
connecting railroad tracks at dock No.
2. on the East Side. Bids were orig
inally opened for that work April 22.
but as no agreement had been signed
with the Southern Pacific for a con
nection and a lease had not been en
tered into with the Spokane, Portland
& Seattle Railroad right of way across
block 22, the tender of A. Guthrie &
Co. was held in abeyance. A Guthrie
& Co. now decline to accept the con
tract, setting forth that the price of
material has advanced.
GOVERNMENT TO BT7IID TEG
Arago to Be Disposed Of When
Larger Vessel Is Tteady.
Plans are being drawn for the con
struction of a new tug to be operated
by the United States engineers, on the
completion of which the tug Arago,
now in service on the river, will prob
ably be offered for sale. The new tug
has been authorized by General Kins
man, chief of engineers at Washington,
and is expected to be provided for in
the next appropriations.
Major Jewett said yesterday that the
new tug will be equipped wih com
pound engines driving a single screw
and that it will be larger than the tug
Geo. H. Mendell. which is now used for
surveys and other work at the entrance
to the Columbia. The Arago is 10 years
old and is regarded small for some of
the work allotted her. While the Men
dell was originally built in 1889, she
has been rebuilt, and today is in fine
GENERA Ii SI BERT IS COMING
Head of Pacific Coast Artillery Dis
trict to Inspect Columbia's Forts.
Brigadier-General William L. Sibert,
commanding the Pacific Coast Artillery
District, is due in the city Tuesday from
San Francisco, and in company with
Colonel Potter and Major Jewett. Corps
oi .engineers, u.-s. A., will leave here
on the tug Geo. H. Mendell for the
mouth of the Columbia. General Sibert
will spend several days at the lower
river posts, going over Fort Stevens,
Fort Columbia and. Fort Canby,
ac tne time General Goethals received
his commission as Major-General oi
the Army, General Sibert received his
promotion to the grade of Brigadier-
General, both officers being then en-
BUKea in tne r-anama Canal work, and
thereupon left the corps of engineers.
Major Jewett expects to spend a few
days on the lower river after accom
panying General Sibert there.
Japanese Cruiser Has Tow.
SEATTLE, Sept. 3. The steamship
Congress, from San Francisco, sighted
last Wednesday off the Oregon coast
a two-funnel Japanese cruiser towing a
supplyship northbound. It is supposed
they had been engaged in floating the
stranded Japanese cruiser Asama off
the coast of Mexico and are bound for
1WARINE I INTELLIGENCE.
Great Northern. . .
J-os Angeles-. .
. Sept. c
. Ijos Angeles. . .
. San Diego
. Coos Bay
Los Angeles. . .
Ueo. W. Elder
K. A. Kllburn
Northern Pacific. .
G reat Northern. . .
Sunt a Ciara. ......
iirtak wattT ,
Santa Barbara. . . .
K A. Kilhurn
Go. W. Elder
. S. F. to L. A
.San Francisco. . . .
. .San Diego .
. S. F. to L. A
.San Fiancisco. . . .
. Jan Diego
. San Diego
L,0 AnstelS ,
. San Francisco. . . .
. Coos Hay ........
. San Kra n Cisco. . . ,
.San Dieao.. ...
. San LHeso. ......
.San Diego. ......
. -New York
. N?w York
. New York. ..... .
-N y York
. .New York
. New York
. -New York
. New York .
. New Yor't
Mont anan . . .
Dnkotan. . . .
Hanoluian. . .
t'anaman. . . .
Pakntan. . .
Panaman . .
On th return of the steamer J. N Teal
from Arlington tonight she will have i load
of hr.v and wheat from points along the
Columbia. She left here Thursday with
lumber for f he construction of platform
docks at Mary hill. Roosevelt and different
places where whpat is expected to be moved
from. The steamer Twin Cities, of the
same fleet, is due today from Kennewlck
an d way pol n t a.
Trnt1ay bftn Ibor day. the steamer
State of Washington is to carry excursiou
1st s to Multnomah Falls and return. leav
ing Taylor-street dock at 8 o'clock. She
departs as u sivnl nt 11 o'clock uonight on
her regular run t The Dalles.
With I'tX" cases, of finpty n'mofl cans
and 41 cases of can tope, also 7a tons of
m-r-hfindise. 'the gasoline schnoner Patsy
ra ;ied last night for Yaqutua Bay and tlip
Changes in masters recorded at the Cus-tnm-Houe
inoitifl th piifttng of aivd
Smith to command the steamer J. V. Teat,
releavlng S. H. Smmmon: Clyde Raabe to
the Pimana. vice Charles Rhihm; K. p, Wil
liams, succeed ins Captain Haabe on the
Oregona. and R. E. Cardes signed on the
steamer Met'.ako, replacing O. a. Just is.
Carrying a fair ta-sencer list f.-f Prwn
Ray and Eureka, wtth smi travelers for
.nn Kvani8fo, the North Pacific steamer
r - A. Kilburn sailed last night. The Koa
nok got away from San Francisco yes
terday with a good list and is due here to
morrow. Laden witU a fuli cargo and most, of her
passenger accommodation taken, the Mc
Cormick steamer Wapama left St. Helen
last night for California harbors.
For minor repairs the steamer Georgian
was lifted on the Oregon dry dock yester
day and her place on the Portland-Astoria
run was taken by the steamer Undine. Tne
latter leaves on the same schedule today,
while the Lurline will leave Ash-street dock
at 1 o'clock for Meg-ler carrying1 passengers
usually routed on the Undine. The Oeorgi
ana. will return to the run tomorrow morn
ing, Jeaving from Washington-street dock.
Because of low water In Lewis River the
Steamer I -a Center was several hours late
reaching here yesterday. The stream Is said
to be at an exceptionally low stage.
Bids for 10.O0- barrels of cement, to be
used in construction work at the Oregon
City locks, are to be opened October 7
at the office of Colonel Charles Potter. Corps
of Engineers, U. S. A.
Bound for the Columbia Ri'er in quest of
new subjects, the United States Fish Com
mission steamer Albatross was reported pass
ing Tatoosh yesterday morning, on her way
Xews From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAY". Or., Sept. 3. (Special.) John
J. Daiy, chief engineer on the Government
dredge Col. P. S. Michie, resigned today, his
resjgnation to become efitective at once.
Junior Engineer James Po'.hemus has not
named his successor.
The steamship Breakwater arrived from
Portland this morning with freight and 66
passengers at 9:30.
The tiredifing on Isthmus Inlet in front of
the Coos Bay Alill & Lumber Company's
dock has been completed and the dredge
Beavr has moved to another location on
The .steam schooner Yellowstone, which
arrived from Sun Francisco last night, was
delayed in entering by a heavy fog and
crossed in this morning at S:0. The vessel
had uiO tons of general freight.
The steam schooner Hardy arrived this
afternoon at 3 o'clock from San Francisco,
bringing freight for North Bend and Marsh
field. The Hardy will load lumber at Porter
The steam schooner W'esterner, which went
down the bay this forenoon, was delayed in
sailing for San Francisco by fog untjl 1:30.
The 183-foot Jetty on the lower bay, be
ing constructed for the new coast guard sta
tion, was completed today. The Jetty Is
anchored Tn rock and made entirely of con
crete. ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 3. (Special.) After
discharging fuel oil in Portland, the tank
steamer Wm. f. Herrin sailed today for
The cannery ship Berlin arrived this
morning from Nusuagak River, Alaska, with
a portion of the salmon pack from the
Alaska. Portland Packers' Association. x
After discharging fuel Oil at Portland, the
tank steamer Atlas sailed today for Cal
ifornia. The tank steamer VT. S. porter arrived
today from California with fuel oil for
With a cargo of lumber from the Ham
mond mill, the steam schooner Nehalem
sailed early this morning for San Pedro.
The steam schooner Grays Harbor fin
ished loading lumber at Westport and sailed
today for Ban Francisco.
Bringing over G'JO passengers and a fair
freight list, the steamer Northern Pacifia
arrived today from San Francisco.
With freight and passengers for Astoria
and Portland, the steam schooner Multno
mah arrived during the night from San
The British steamer Beckenham arrived
from San Francisco and goes to Portland
to load grain.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, (?ept. 3. Arrived Steamers
Multnomah, from San Francisco; W, S. Por
ter, from Monterey; ship Berlin, from NupIi
agak. Sailed Steamers W. K. Herrin. for
Monterey; F. A. Kilburn, for San Francisco
and way ports; W apama, for San Pedro via
San Francieco: Grays Harbor, for San Pedro
Astoria. Sept. 3. Arrived at 1 and left up ,
at 2:30 A. M., steamer Multnomah, from San1
Francisco. Arrived at 7 :4u A. M. and 'left
up at 4 P. M., ship Berlin, from Nushagak.
Arrived at & A. M. ail a left up at noon,
steamer W. S. Porter, from Monterey. Sailed
at 11 A. M., steamer Atlas, for San Fran
cisco. Arrived at 1:30 P. M., steamer
Northern Pacific, from San Francisco Sailed
at 1 :30 P. M.. steamer W. F. Herrin, for
Monterey: at 2:iU) P. M.. steamer Grays Har-
Upr, for San Pedro.
ban ranoisco, fcept. 3. failed at iu A. M.,
steamer Roanoke, irora San Diego for Port-I
land; at 11 A. M., steamers Daisy, for Port-:
land; Bear, from Portland for San Pedro; ;
at noon, steamer Saginaw, for Portland. Ar-
rived nt 3, P. M.,- steamer Great Northern,
from Flavel. Sept. 2. Sailed Steamer Santa
Monica ; at 8 P. M., steamer Heiene. for
Coos Bay, Sept. 3. Arrived at 9 A, M.,
stenmer Breakwater, from Portland.
Eureka. Sept. 3. Arrived at lO A. M. and
sailed, luiamer Santa Clara, from Portland
and Coos Bay, for San Francieco.
Seattle. "Sept. 2. Sailed at 8 P. M., United
States steamer Albatross, for Columbia
Point Conrepsion, Sept. 2. Passed at 7
P. M., tug Hercules, towing log raft, from
Columbia Hiver for San DU-go.
San Pedro, Sept. 2. Arrived Steamer J.
B. Stetson, from Portland via Grays Har
bor. Sailed Steamer Ceillo, from Portland
for San Diego. -
Tatooi'.i, Sept. 3. Passed out at 6 A. M.,
United States steamer Albatross, from Seat
tie, for Columbia River.
Astoria, Sept. 2. Sailed at 4 P. M., steam,
er Nehalem. for San Pedro; at 3:30 P. M.,
steamer Breakwater, for Coos Bay.
Slii'.nrfhai. Sept. 2, Arrived Steamers
Canada Maru, from Seattle; Tenyo Maru,
from San Francisco.
-A wived Cuzco, from
op.n r rancisco.
San Francisco. ' Sent. 3. Arrived steam
ers Governor, from Seattle: L. E. Hua, from
Nak Ne: J. A. Moffett, from Balboa; Ka
diak. from Xalt Nek; G. C. Llndauer. from
Grays Hlrbor; Nushagak, from Bristol Bay;
Great Northern, from Astoria. Sailed
-Steamers Adeline Smith, for Coos Bay;
Captain A. F. Lucas, for Puget Sound;
Roanoke and Daisy, for Portland.
Seattle. Wash., Sept. 3. Arrived Steam
ers Alaskan, via San Francisco; Northland
and Admiral Dawey, from San Francisco.
Sailed Steamers Congress, for San Diego
vi-j, San Francisco; Jefferson and Spokane,
for Southeastern Alaska; Lyman Stewart and
Umatilla, for San F.-ancisco; Ohioan, for
New York via'San Francisco: Panama Maru
tJapaneje). for Hongkong via ports.
Marcoal Wireless Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M. September
3, unless otherwise designated.)
Santa Cruz, San Francisco i-or New Tork.
Kj'JS miles south of San Francisco, Septem
Minnesotan, Hilo for Delaware Break
water. JssyH miles west of Balboa. "Septem
Kentra, 4&0 mllns south of Cape San
Lucas, September 2.
J. A. Hooper, Baltimore for San Diego, 324
miles south of San Diego. September 2.
Queen. San Pedro for San Francisco, four
miles north of Point Concepcion.
Celiio, San Diego for San Pedro, IS miles
went of Point Loma,
Norwood, Santa Barbara for San Fran
cisco. 1T7 miles south of San Francisco.
Northland. San Francisco for Seattle, 10
miles from Seattle.
Herrin, T.Innton for Avon, 66 miles south
of Columbia River.
Umatilla, Seattle for San Francisco, 5
miles south of Tatoosh.
Atlas. Portland for Richmond. 13 miles
north of Y'aquina Head.
El Segundo. Richmond for Ketchikan,
44-1 miles north of San Francisco.
Coronado. Aberdeen for San Pedro, off
Mongol h, San Francisco for Orient 475
miles west of Honolulu. September 2.
Korea, Orient for San Franc iRCo, 1239
miles from San Francisco, September 2.
Lurline, Honolulu for San Francisco, 1481
miles out. September 2.
Fnterprlse. San Francisco for Honolulu,
J4 mites rrom san Francisco. September i
Sherman. Manila for San Francisco, 200
miieg wst of Honolulu. September 2.
.Siberia. Orient for San Francisco, .122
milcg west of Honolulu. Soptembet2.
"hajilor, Honolulu for San Francieco, iS2
miles out. September 2.
Manoa. San f rsncisce for Honolulu, 70S
miles out. September 2.
Aster. Portland- for Australia, 700 miles
from Portland, September 2.
Bear. San Francisco for San Pedro. IS
miles south of Point Stir.
Governor. ,San Francisco for San Pedro, S
miles south of Pigeon Point.
Lucas, Richmond for Seattle, 115 miles
north of Richmond.
Willamette. San Pedro for San Francisco,
W miles south of San Francisco.
Drr.ke. towing barge 1X Seattle for Rich
mond. 12. miles from Richmond.
Yosemtte. Orvs Harbor for San Francisco,
70 miis south of Blunts Reef.
Sn dwell. San Pedro for San Francisco,
S2 miles south of .San Francijm.
Roanoke, San Francisco for Portland, 124
mtls north of San Francisco.
Prince Albert, San Pedro -for Mexican
ports. 45 miles south of San Francisco.
Elder. Portland for San Francisco, 10
miles north of Point Arena.
Titles at Astoria Saturday.
a. M...ri.n reetjs;"'. a. m...i. foot
P. M...7.C feettS:2 P. M...4.2 feet
Cnlumbia Hirer Mar Report.
N'Or.TH IIKAO. sept. :!. Condition of
the bar ai r i'. m. Sea. smooth: barometer,
-".-'.0--; wiiwi. hirthwest. la mile..
Kolas Take in Whitman College.
OAKLAND. Cal.. Sept. 3 The Beta
Theta Pi fraternity, which ended its
convention1 here today, granted a char
tr at the closing session to the lelta
Phi rel1a chapter of Whitman Col
lege. 'Walla Walla. Wash., and with
draw Its charter from Alpha Kpsllon
chapter, of Iowa Wesleyan College.
Two KriRli.h word in mhirh all the five
vowels are to be found in proper alphabetical
order are "abstemious'' and, "laceuous.'
BICYCLISTS ARE ON TDUR
TWO VOl'XO CANADIANS RIDE IX
FROM SEW WESTMINSTER. ,
fmlr Intrad to Leave Portland To
morrow aad Pedal Way to
On their way from Nevr Westminster,
B. C, to San Francisco on their bicycles,
Charles E. Stride and Robert J. Barr.
a pair of youthful adventure seekers
arrived in Portland yesterday.
They are traveling leisurely along the
Coast and are taking, in the sights at
every place rtey visit. They left New
Westminster more than two weeks ago.
stopping at Blaine o n the interna-!
tional boundary for a brief visit. They
passed two Jays at Seattle, a day at
Olympia. and will ' be here until Sun
day, when they will start again for the
South. They average about 60 miles a
(Jay when they are on the go. I
They left a place six miles north of
Ralama yesterday morning, rode to
Kalama. where they ferried across the
river to Goble. Then they proceeded
to Portland, arriving here about 3.
o'clock in the afternoon. i
Kach man carries, a traveling kit
weighing 25 pounds. They have a silk1
tant that they can use in camping out;
a change of clothing each, shaving im-
YOUNG CANADIANS WHO ARE BICYCLING FROM NEW WEST
MINSTER TO SAN FRANCISCO.
CHARLES E. STRIDE, I.I'.I-'Tj
plements, and other paraphernalia re
quired in their travels.
Although the distance between New
Westminster and Portland is only 369
miles in a direct railroad line, they de
toured at several places covering a
total of more than 40J miles In reach
ing this city.
The roads have been found fairly
good through British Columbia. Wash
ington and Oregon. They expect to
travel through the Willamette River
Valley and to the California line
through Medford and Ashland, and will,
proceed then through the Sacramento
Valley to Sim Francisco. They believe
they can reach San Francisco on Sep
If time and weather permit they may
continue their journey to Los Angeles
and San Diego. ,
. Both young men are in the- contract
ing business at home and have many
friends who are watching the reports
of their progress along the Coast. At
each stopping 'place they obtain a
testimonial from some local officials
testifying to their presence there.
1000 BOOSTERS EXPECTED
Puyallup'-Fair Will Send 00 Autos
as Far as Seattle.
PUYALLUP, Wash., Sept. 3. (Spe
cial.) The third annual booster trip
for the Western Washington Fair will
be held September 22, -and 200 auto
mobiles and 1000 boosters are expected
to be in line. The boosters will leave
at 8 A. M. for Seattle via the Pacific
Highway, stopping at Auburn and Kent
on the way.
Seattle will be reached at about 11:30
A. M., where the boosters will be met
by Mayor Hiram Gill and escorted
through the main business streets of
the city. The Seattle Commercial Club
will then be host to the boosters at a
luncheon held In the clubrooms of the
SITE FOR SHOPS IS SOUGHT
Keport Is Southern Pacific .May
Purchase at Xortli Bend.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. Sept. 3. (Spe
cial.) A story being circulated about
Coos Bay supports the rumor, that the
Southern Pacific will establish its yards
at N.orth. Bend, and is negotiating for
a portion of the Simpson Lumber Com
pany, holdings, which comprise a half
tnile. of waterfront and considerable
other land adjoining.
The waterfront in question is between
the center of the city and old North
Bend, the original mill site which Cap
tain A. M. Simpson located as a home
steader. Koseburg: Si loot Team Named.
ROSE BURG. Or., Sept. 3.
The team that will repres
Fourth Company, Coast Artillery, of
Roseburg. at the state shoot at Clack
amas this year was selected ty Cap
tain J. A. Buchanan today. Among the
members of the team are R. C. Dun
hum, First Lieutenant: J. H. Wolford,
First Lieutenant; S?. J. Hamilton,
Quartermaster, and S. W. Pearson,
with Captain Buchanan acting- a- al
ternate and captain of the team. O. A.
Mulkey, who i. not a regular member
of the team, will attend the shoot and
will try to secure a place on ths Btate
team that will represent the Oregon
National Guard in the .National matches
next month at Jacksonville, Fla.
Mini. Intoxicated. Goes to Court,
ALBANY, Or., Spt. 3. (Special.)
Summoned before the grrand Jury yes
teruay on a probe for violators of ,the
local option liquor law, John Baskin
walked into the grand jury room well
intoxicated. Seeeing' his condition.
District Attorney Hill ordered him out
and pent in a police call. Bask in was
arrested by city officers Sunday ntpht
and a bottle of whisky was found in
his possession. He was summoned
before the grand jury in an effort to
make him tell where- he purchased the
Frank K. Alley to Stand Trial.
ROSKEnftG. Or., Sept. 3. (Special.)
Fran k K. Alley, formerly a promi
nent at terney f this city and onc e
owner of the famous "Bonaday Stock
Farm." east of Roseburjr. will be re
turned here next week from Portland
to stand trial . a charse of non
fuppoit. The warrant Was Issued nt
tho Instigation of Fred Kribs and
George Fijydley, f Portland, who
signed Mr. Alley's bonds and secured
his release at the time he was arrested
on a similar charge several months
PAVED ROAD' PLAN LOSES
Clackamas Court Turns Deaf Ear to
Petition or Taxpayers.
OREGON CITT. Or.. Sept. 3. (Spe
cial.) The appeeal of about 50 tax
payers, who asked that the county pave
tha road from Oregon City to Glad
stone, slightly more than a mile, was
practically turned down today by the
County Court. The court did not de
liver a positive answer, but the defeat
of the plan, which has been agitated
for .the last two weeks, is certain.
The Worswick Company, which ' Is
paving Main street In Oregon City, had
made a proposal to hard-surface this
road with a four-Inch pavement for 1
a yard, of to make a six-Inch Improve
ment for $1.20 a yard.
Among the supporters of the plan
were representatives of the two cities
and civic organisations. .
Quarry Equipment Received.
ABHLAND, Or., Bept. S. (Special.)
The Schanen-Blair Company, of Port
land, which is operating extensive
granite quarries near Mistletoe
ROBERT J. BARR. RIGHT.
Switch, south of Ashland, has recently
unroaded a 25-ton derrick to expedite
development work on that property.
UAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
atT,ZRtlA1ZD- Be"''-M"lmura temper
ature. R4 di-irrees: minimum. 58 decrees
(3 T Xf - Y 4. iaUi iotai rainfall
K" J TeF' -nUr pJ.V'-'?
j t Alt
-V W J J . ? ft i i . . i VI
F . ,i ' 1
C !- C
S 1 : f
Boise . ... lllHl '
Calgary ..... ...'
hicago . . .
Colfax , '
Kansas Oity '
I-os Angeles . .. I'
Minneapolis . . . , .
-New York . . .
North Head . . .
North Yakima . ..
San Francisco . . .
Tatoosh Island . ,
Walla Walla . ... .
Washington .... .
iS .0.0OI i F.
iO 0.0l; 6 SE
2 0.VO 11 NE
850.6l 4 s
74rO.06 S .V
S4 O.DOl 4 E
S4 o.Ooi S SW Clear
60 0.1)0 14 SW jciear
S2 0.0O 8 SK Cloudy
56,0.04 4. W Cloudy
. . 4 t. cloudy
70iO.OO lo sw clear
" . vi . c i par
" ,'.wl 4 :.w Clear
J-TlS'S" V'-'W.Pt. cloudy.
80,0.00 l: w Clear
Ss;0.00i 4IK Clear
84 o.oo'lois ft. cloudy
58,o.e l-'i.VW Cloudy
82:0.00 41s Clear
S.iO.00 4,1V Clear
660.06 4 N'W Clear
6S 0.0O 0'W Clear
88 O.Ot JOLV Clear
Si O.OOj 4 .VW Cloud
6 , 0 . 6 4 ( 4 PW
fit; 0.00:12 kv
S2 0.O0 4 -V
S0 0.OO 10 S
8 0.00 4 NWri.r
78 0.001 4;N' (Cloudy
s, 0.001 41.V Pt. cloudy
Low pressure obtains over the Pacific
Southwest the Inter-Mountain region
Southern Rocky Mountain states, th Gulf
states and interior Western Crfnada. Hi-rii
pressure obtains over other portion of the
country. Showers have fallen in the Rockv
Mountain states, Ariitona and Florida and
heavy rain In Utah. Th-a weather is warmer
in the Pacific Northwest, Arizona, New
Mexico Minnesota, Saskatchewan and in
terior British Columbia: Jt is correspond
ing cooler In the Basin state. Colorado.
Southwestern Montana and the Dakota s.
Although conditions are becoming some
what unsettled over the eastern portion of
this district, continued fair weather is ex
pected for Saturday. Winds will be mostl
Portlaifd and vicinity Fi
Oregon and Washington Fair;
Idaho Generally fair; warmer southeast
ASHLET T Mr. n1 Mr A R A hiv
plaupln. Ore., August 9. a spn.
i.akk-to Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin IT. Iake,
Where to Take a Short Trip Out of Portland
Mountain, River and Beach Resorts
IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT ABOUT ANY POINT. OH THE TRIP YOU HAVE
HEARD ABOUT IS NOT MENTIONED HERE. CALL AT THB INFORMATION
BUREAU OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - OR PHONB THEM BELL
PHONE. BROADWAY 440, OR AUTOMATIC,. A 6091 INFORMATION WILL
GLADLY BE GIVEN. LITERATURE OF INTERESTING POINTS FURNISHED
TIME CARDS. BEACH AND MOUNTAIN RESORT LITERATURE.
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS
the Kreatest health ami pleasure
resort on the f'aTifif Coast, in the
heart of the Oly mpio . Mountains,
open for the Reason. For full
The Manager, s rnc, 'aoh.
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
K. STEPHAN, hein.tltciting. scalloplnir, ac
cord., side pleat, buttons corereU. soodi
sponged; mail orders. iU9 Fittocic bloca.
, Uroad w ay
ABSTKACXS AND T1XLKS.
PROMPT service at rfcaonabie prices, la
cific Title & Trust Co., 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCOKDION 1 1XA TIN ii .
Pleatlns, heinstitchius, picotlng, biaitlint,-.
Eastern Novelty Co 85 6th, B way 'i'u.
ACCOlXTAXTa C JK Kl i t'UlD,
i. KIDOUT, Marshall bUO. UUO
ASSAVEitS AM) ANALYST!.
MONTANA ASdAY OKFlClfi. 142 Id. GoiO,
silver and platinum bouaat.
J. S.. KELSON, LAWYKH, ttlS PiTTOCK
BLK. rjUXtfULTA'llQX REE. BLK Y
FLUFF1 KCGS RAG RUCS&
New rufii from old iu train, Brussels,
Smyrna, Axraluster carpeu; carpet clean
ing reritiing. reslzm,; country oruere
prompt attention, uiiu for booklet. West
ern K-ut l(u Co.. Union av. Noriu.
Phone Kast ti.i 1 o, H 1473.
NORTHWEST RL'U CO. Rugs from old car
pets, raj ruga. 13S J. &tli. Both pnoues.
C'JKl-Ll'LOm BUTTONS, BADUKS.
'tUE 1RWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
3S7 Washington st. Main .nU A 1274.
Vi- illiain. Kstelle and WiiHam, Jr., Ueveny.
the only scUntilic chirupodLsts iu tne city.
. Parlors 3UU Oer Unger liug., vV. corner
2d and Alder. Pnone Main laol.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs U D
Hlil. Office Fiieduer bidg. Mam $4a.
DR. MM AH ON. sixth year. Chronic cases
taking time. 31 treatments, 10. iai 4th st.
CLAIMS of any descriptlnn collected on per
centage anywhere; highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Aaency,
426 Henry bidg. phone Marshall 4S
iNElH & CO.. Worcester bids. Main 17'Jtt
No collection, do charge. Established liK'U.
1JKTECT1VK AG EX CIKS.
PINKERTON & CO.. U.S.DETECTlVfi AGCY
Established over 30 vears
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on Indi
viduals aiijwnere. Consultation free. Suite
804 Pittock block. Phone Broad ay o-iii.
icine Academv. Sth
at., bet. Btark and Oafc; gp'l Hummer rates
8 private lessons, $2; morning, afternoon,
evening,, all latest dances guaranteed. Class
Thurs., gat. evenings, 7-SS..'i. Children's
classes ?at., 2 to 3, 23c. Broadway 21ttO.
MISS IRELAND, Mulkey bldg., 2d and Mor
rison. 10 private lessons 45, guaranteed;
10 A. M. to S P. M. ; classes Mon.. Fri.
eve., 8 to 10 P. M. Marshall 813.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons daily; class
Frl. eve. Auditorium Hail, liubVi 8d St.,
near Taylor. Main 3822.
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THItOAT.
Treatment by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Cassaday. 517 D K urn bidg., 3d Sk Wn
ACTO AND BU(XV TOPS.
DVBHCILLK BLOOY TOP CO., Jt'O 2d
BAUUAOK IHtl RtU AT 11U.HK.
Bassasa at On'lliijua Transfer. Para; & lavla.
Royal Bakery dc ionf.. Inc., mix and Everett.
URHIKKS ANU BOITLKU),
HEXRY WE1NHAKU, :oth and Hurnalde.
DRY GOOI1K, NOTIONS. Fl'HNISUlNUS.
FLEISCHXEK, MAVBR & CO.. 2X7 Ash at.
KI,K(Tlll( AL SirrUES.
Stubbs Klecirical Co., Bth and trine Sta.
GRAIN MEK( HAMS.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOLUKR. Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS & CO.. UT-7S Fourth at.
HATS AND CAP8.
THANJJAUSER HAT CO.. 04-35 Front at.
HIDKH. WOOI.. ASCAUA BARK.
K AH N BUOS., 11 Front st.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL. STEEL PLANT.
6S3 East Tenth street North. August 4, a son,
ZIXSEH To Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Zln
ser, ftftl Clinton street. August 25, a daugh
ter. CHALKER To Mr. and Mrs. Marie E.
Chalker. 61U7 East Fifty-ninth street South
east.. August 27, a son.
Bl'SHBY To Mr. and Mra. George T.
Bushby, dvl East Ninth street. August 9. a
SLOCK To Mr. and Mra. Henry Block.
072 Fatllng street. August 31. a son.
ADAMS To Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C.
Adams. 1111 Sherman street, August 14, a
SOLOMON" To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H.
Solomon, louo East Thirty-fifth street North,
August 25, a daughter.
SWANSON To Mr. and Mrs. Carl D,
Swanson. 894 Kerby street. August 27, a son.
GORVORKA To Mr. and Mrs. John Gor
vorka, 713 Michigan avenue, August 2s, a
M'DOXN'ELl. To Mr. and Mis. J. J. Mc
Donnell, 5720 Forty-sixth avenue Southeast.
August 26, a son.
YOUNG- KILBOURNE Nnthpn Lytle
Young, 20, 444." Fifty-second street South
east, and Ruth Mario Kilbourne, IU. 30ti
REINHOTjI) - COHEN' Mnurice M. Rein-
Same ad two eontecuUfe Uom. .8X0
bftau ad thxe wrtnecutlfe ILaieft (W
biiie Mtl six or avn cotuecaciva time. rbc
The sbuve rate appiy to advert I semeata
tmUcr "New Today" and all other clutsif ica
llons except the -liwUig:
bit ua lions WaottsJ Mais.
Hituatiuos Wanted remaie.
For Kent R 00 him Frivate Famlllea.
l4artl mad Koom Frivate Families.
Uiuekeepuig Koouis A'nvaie t ami lies.
Kate on the above slMMilicaLioa u ceats
a line ntcb Insea-tloa.
On 'eiiar,ee" advei liseitients cbarg-ew IU be
baited ud tu numlMjr of lines appearlna; la
the paper, retarale of the number of word
la each llde. Minimum charse, two lines.
Tbe OreaOUlaa will accept clsbwlf led ad
vertioements over (he telephone, provided
the advertiser la a subscriber 0 eitber phone.
No price will be Quoted over tbe pbune, but
bill will be rendered tiie folio wins; day.
Whether eubscQuent adrert Isemeate will be
accepts ' over tbe phone depend upon th
ureiuptaesa of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations. Wanted sud A'&nntnml
dvertUementu will not be accepted ever tbe
telephone. Orders for one Imtertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for iSale," "Bui
nes Opportunities "Uoomms-tlouAea" and
"Wanted to Kent.'
Telephone Mala 7070. A 6095.
Advertisement to receive prompt classifi
cation mut be In Tbe Orrgoniao office bo
fore 9 o'elook at nighto extent Saturday.
Closinr hour for The Sunday Orea-nnlaa will
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday nisht. The offi
Tflll be open until 10 o'clock 1. M.. aa nsnal.
and all ads received too late for proper
rlaNsificalion will be run under the heading
"Too late to C'lawhlfy
Safety at All Tlmra
Mr. Hood Auto Line
rall5flrwl delivers to any part of
fity. da,y or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Round trip, fo; Govern
ment Camp, $7.i0.
Plionea! Main 3.11. or A 331
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally ro Mount Hood resorts S A. M.
Hound ' trip $; Gov. Camp $7.50.
Sre:tal r?ite for wek-end and climb
In ft parties. Information, reservations
an'l ticicTs at
KO! Tl.KIMK REKD A FT-ORAl, CO.
im 2d Ht. ISHft o5d. A ll.
Or Irvington Garage, East 15
CLASS AND U LAZING.
TiililS, CRESS CO., 14 2d st. Main 2UJJ,
A -'2t. Wind shielda and auto lights.
DUNNE, reu'l iusurance; fire,
uto. 03t and 03S Cham, of Com.
riAsTY MESbEXOElt CO. Motorcycles ana
bicycles, phone Main 03. A 213.
Eiull Thielhorn violin teacher, pupil Sc-vcik.
am 7 Filedner bldg. A 4iuu. Marshall lttu.
PIANO STUDIO 26U 14 th St.,
month. Phone Main 3J3.
terms $3 a
OPTOMETRISTS AN k OPTICIANS:
WHY pay big prices for
glances? I van fit your
yes with firat-uuaaty
lenses iu a goiu-fnied
frame, as low as (l.oo.
Itlikc-a duolhated ut a. blc
saving, satisfaction guaranteed. C W. Ooou
man, optometrist, 2uU Morrison. Main 21-4.
R. C. Wright 2;
ars practice U. S. and
6ul Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIl'K CO. Factory and
office m-ar 24th and York sts. Main 34i.
KEYSTONE PRESS. J. S. Oantenbeln Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. luOVh Front aL,
cor. Stark. . Main or A 1418.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO AND
FROM ALL POINTS,
On household goods, pianos, autos. etc
Through carload service. guaranteed
Get iur rates before shipping anywhere.
We cat: save you money and annoyance.
PACIFIC COAST KOUWAHDINQ CO..
201 WILCOX BLDO.
Phones, Marshall 24tt7, Marshall 1 39.
ALWAl'a "PICK THE BEST" Household
GuGde Specialists, Storage, Packing. Ship
ping and Moving. Horse or Auto Vans.
Special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine Sis. Broadway o'.'B, A ltH'6.
0 1 1 (Ton TRANSFER CO.. 474 Olisan St.,
corner 13th. Telephone Main Jl or A 116.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
In sura nee rate? In L-ity.
moving, packing, shipping, storage
Reduced freight rates to all points.
MANNING Warehouse A Transfer Co.,
Main "03. ttth and Hovt A 2214.
MAIMSON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office 18u Madison. General merchandise
and firvarding agents. Phone Main 76HI.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE betsins Sept.
13. No profession offers equal opportunity.
Catalogue free. C. Keane, pres., 1818 Mar
ket et.. San Franc'sco.
CORD WOOD First-class 1
delivery $4.7.". Order r
vice. Mulrtuomah Fuel
ir. $4..o, distant
rtw. prompt ser
Co. Main C540.
FIRST-CLASS season d fir. $4.u0; distant
delivery. $4.73. Nattcnal Fuel Co., E. 2d
and Oregon. rssi 2"41.
GREEN and dry s!abwood. b
a ma Fuel Co. Main ."7 .'0.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S T.KCKWEAB.
COLUMBIA Neckwear .Mfg. Co.. 83 0th at.
APSKAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sta
PAINTS AND 1
W P. FULLER &
.1 Ultlt ATIN1 OILS. .
CO., 12th an3 Darts.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
HAPMl'SSEN CO., 2.1 and Taylor streets.
,1'II'K. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVtn.
M. L. KLINE. M-b6 Front at.
M. L.( KLINE.
AMI STKAM SL PI' LIES.
S4-8U Front st.
PRINTERS AN II I'l UL1SILLKS.
F. W. BALTE3 & CO.. 1st and Oak sta
PHODl'CE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDINO ft FARRKLL, 140 Front.
ROPE ANI RINDING
Portland Cordaye Co., 14th
SASH. DOOI1S AM) GLASS.
FULLER A CO.. lth and Davis.
WALL PAPER CO..
pold, C8, N'orionfa Hoel. nnd Alice E. Co
hen, "J:!, L'4S (Jrant street.
DAPP-HEL1.EH David E. Dnpp, 2?,?.. 507
Marion street, mid Annie Heller, ''2., ?S
Kiirit Twenty-sixth stree.
PALDW1N-HOLLINGKU Roy Alvln Bald
win, Slaton, Texas, and Maude Holtln
ger. 7, tiutj Kast Thirtv-sixth street North.
DARLIN-PRIER Rvy J. Darling, 24. 6G5
Katit ilorrisoii street, ami Dorothea IS. Prier,
lil. Hi 4 'J East Stark street.
ADLEMAN-HARTMAX Stephen F. Aide
man, :, Cervuld, r.. ntid Josephine J.
Hartinan, S::j Coiumpn'ial street.
UNCALLED - FOR ANSWERS
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OF
FICE FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER
CHECKS AND MAY BE HAD BY PRE
SENTING YOUR CHECKS AT THE ORE
GON1AN:" A S, S, 31, 34, 36. SO, .51. 69, 60. 6S, S23.
B 22. 31. 'S3, 87. 39, 41, 44, 4."., 50, 62,
57. 5S. Co. 462. 9o4.
C 2 7. ;:i,
IJ 3 1, 35,
E 23. 35,
F 2S, 33,
33. 34. 36, 37, 39, 40, 41. 47. 51.
36. S9. 45, 4T, 51. 05. 57, 66.
3S. 43, 4, 49, 51, 54, 66.
S3, 43, 46. 49. 50. 5S. 59. 61.
ii 15, 24, 35, 36, 3S, 39, 43, 45, 61, 54, 56.
J 29. 32, 84, 39, 50, 56, 57, 59, 69. 75.
K 5. 24. 33. 34. 43, 47, 54, 63. 65, 67.
X. 29. 34. 37. 43, 47, 4S. 49, 50. 61. 53, 55.
57. 61. 62, 64. 65. 6. 946.
M 17. 35, 37, 39, 45, 4S. 52, 53. 55, 56, 60, 64.
N 1. 4, 22. 311, 33, 34. 35. 41. 44, 45. 46,
47, -49. hO,. 51. 56. 53. 59, 64. 68.
O 33. 40, 41. 44, 45. 5 7, 59, 65.
P 37. 39, 44. 47, 49, 50, 62, (i7.
R 17. 24. 41. 44, 46. 50. 57. 62. 66. 69.
S 25. 29. 31. 33. S, 39, 41, 42, 4S, SS, 64. 69.
T 17. 34, 35, 3S. 31. 52. 63. 59. 60. 64, 62, 67.
V 31. 32, 35. 37, 43, 45, 60, 65, 68.
W 21, 34, 4t, 41, 43, 44, 6, 59, 65, 66. 67, SK.
X 24. 30. .13, 34. 41, 44, 47, 60. 51. 60. 61, 953.
Y 3, 33, 36, 37, 39, 51, 54, 60, 988.
.4 8 S. 33.
AC 3 4.
AI l". 9.1S. 9S6.
AE 23. 2S. 34. 6, 37, . 83.
AF 19, 3S. .".
-4i 20. 21, 29. 3t.
.4 If 29. 2S. 209.
A.I 4. 30, 39, 997.
A Ii. 3, 6.17. 30. 36. 39.
AL 3. 2S. 30. 3S. 39.
AM 11. 21, 36, 39.
AN 11, 25.
AO 12. 16, 29. SS. x
AP 20. 21, 33, 959.
Alt 27. 3.1.
BC 29. 3 7.
RI) S3, S5.
UK 16, 65.
If above answers are not railed for within
six days same will bo destroyed.
WASHINGTON I.ODflE. NO.
46. A. F. AND A. M. Brethren:
Final arrangements liave been
completed for our trip to Seasida
Saturday. HepL 4. Train leaves
North Bank deoot, 11th and
Hoyt sts.. at 3 P. M. Round-trip ticket. f3.
Got-d to return on any train Sumiay or Mon
day. Have deckled not to use Pullman car,
but a special day coach will be provided
for us at no extra cost. Brrt. Young; will have,
tickets. Procure your ticket from him at
the depot. Don't miss this trip. A sood tlma
Is assured. . J. H. RICHMOND, fee.
GEORGE WRIGHT POST. O.
A. R. Died, at the family resi
dence. 15 North isth street, Sep
tember '1. H. S. Greenleaf, ased
07 years, member of Geors
wrleiit Post, ci. A R., and tn.
Loval Lesion. Served during th
Civil War in Co. d.. 10th III. Iflft.
Funeral services will be held at
the Unitarian Church. Yamhill
and Ijroadway ats., today (Satur
day). Sept. 4. at 10 A. M. Com
rades invited to attend.
A. C. PLOAN. Adjutant.
OREGON LODGE. NO. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Saturday), eveninff
st S:oO o'clock. The Past Mastar.
"W. E. Tatea, will deliver ait ad
dress on the subject. "Tha Ethi
cal Philosophy of Masonry." Visiting breth
ren cordially invited. By order of the W.
M. , 1ESUI 6. PARiCER, Eec
Mt'LTtOMATE OOTTN'CTTj, K.
47. U. C. C. of E, will meet la
ree-ulnf session this (Saturday)
evening, fceptember Is., K, of P..-
C. E. BOSWEL.Lv Secretary.
EXTRA New emblem Jewelry of all klnda
at Jaeger Bros.. 1S1-I sixth St.
GABRF,TPOX To Mr. an Mrs T.yD'lon V.
(isr.'stsoa, 16v Moaro. aepbembex , a son.