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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1915.
TARIFF 15 CHANGED
Administration Desires Protec
tion, Though Underwood
Law Is Sacred.
METHOD IS ROUNDABOUT
Promise Made That Way Wil Be
I'ound to "Prevent Unfair Com
petition at Hands or For-
OU12GON1AN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Oct. 5. The Administration has
completely changed front on the tariff
ouestion. Three years ago, in appeal
ins to the voters and advocating a
tariff for revenue only, Democratic
orators displayed their chief concern
for the consumers of the country, and
promised them lower prices as a re
sult of tariff changes which they prom
ised to make and later did make. The
tariff was reduced, but the cost of liv
ing? went up.
Looking ahead, the Administration
lias suddenly become alarmed over the
prospect that the United States may
be flooded with cheap products from
Kuropo wheih the war is over. It is
apprehensive about the threatened
"duniping" of cheap European goods
on the American market. Secretary
Kedtield announces that he will do
everything: in his power to prevent
Europeans from "injuring or destroy
ing Americar industry," and he will
do what he can to prevent "unfair com
petition at the hands of foreign pro
ducers." Chanffe of l-'romt Complete.
In other words, in an effort to gret
control of the Government, the Demo
crats advocated a tariff that would
enable the cheap products of Europ
to come freely into the United States,
in order that the consumer might
benefit by reason of lower prices. The
Democratic Congress and the Demo
cratic President carried out the tariff
promises but failed to accomplish their
ultimate aim. Now that an oppor
tunity is developing whereby the Amer
ican consumer may be able to get cheap
products from Europe, both because of
lOurope's willingness to sell at a low
figure and because the Democratic
tariff makes it possible for these cheap
products to enter the United States
freely, the Democratic Administration
is looking for some means other than
the tariff to keep them out, in order
that American industry may not suffer.
This appears to be queer politics that
Secretary Kedlield is playi ig, and, of
course, he is playing this particular
game with the full knowledge and con
Bent of the President. It may be ex
plained by the fact that it is the
American producer, the manufacturer
and the big business man who con
tributes to campaign funds, and the
Democratic leaders are paving the way
to these "big interests" in order that
they may consistently "tap" them next
Aid of Sujgar Trust Desired.
The sugar trust, which is to be the
chief contributor to the Democratic
campaign fund because of the Demo
cratic revision of the sugar schedule,
will not. and cannot be expected fully
to finance the next Democratic cam
paign, but if other big .interests now
receive some mysterious form of pro
tection by the Administration, when
cheap European products threaten to
Hood the American market, they can
be appealed to to help the sugar trust
in financing the Democratic tight of
What mystifies Republicans and in
dependents, however, is the announced
determination of the Administration to
meet the threatened situation by any
means other than the tariil. The Un
derwood law was labeled a "tariff for
revenue" act. Long ago it proved to1
te an Inadequate revenue producer,
even when aided by the income tax
and the special so-called "war tax."
The opportunity now is presented to
amend the Underwood law and make
it produce ample revenue to meet the
demands of the Government and to
wipe out an existing and growing def
icit. The Administration prefers to
hold the Underwood law sacred and
find other means of barring the cheap
Economists Are raulcd.
Were the Federal treasury full to
overflowing; if there were no clamor
for larger Army and Navy appropria
tions: if there were no deficit to be
wiped out. the attitude of Secretary
Kedfleld might be understood. But
with the National finances in a serious
condition, and with Congress facing the
necessity of raising more revenue
much more revenue than existing laws
provide it is not understood by econ
omists why the Administration refuses
to grasp this excellent excuse for re
vising the tariff upward, especially
when such a move would not only tend
to bar the cheap products of Europe
and protect American industry, but
would, if properly arranged, wipe out
the delicit. and provide all additional
moneys necessary to meet the National
defense costs that will be entailed by
legislation to be passed next session.
USE OF GRANT DEMANDED
Oregon City Moetins Opposes Any
Jlovc to Knlargc Keserve.
OREGON C1TV, Or.. Oct. 5. (Special.)
Not one acre of land embraced in the
Oregon & California land grant should
be put into a forest reserve, in the
opinion of those who attended the
meeting called by T. W. Sullivan, pres
ident of the Commercial Club, yester
day to discuss the land grant prob
lems. S. W. Williams, special assistant
to the Attorney-General of the United
Smies. attended the session. He is
making a trip through the Western
slates to learn the sentiment of the
people He did not speak.
The land grant problems were dis
cussed from every angle. A resolution
was adopted favoring the sale of the
lands at practically their value n.i
the dividing of the surplus between the
Mate school funds and a fund to build
a system or slate highways. The meet
ing went on record as uecidedly oppos
ing a movement to put the land, or
any part of it. in a forest reserve. The
railroad should be protected and paid
for its equity, speakers said.
F. Hay, of Boise, is at the Multno
mah. . uray, or Salem, is at the
v res on.
R. K. Smith, of Roseburg-. is at the
J. B. Harableton. of Joseph, is at the
IX. J. Thalue. of Medford. is rt the
a. i. i-ariss, or hugene, is at the
P. J. Berger. of Eugene, is at the
A party ot 40 tourists from Boston,
on a Raymond-Whitcomb tour, were at
iha nr.. u 1
J. -E. Nelson, nf nipnadfl fa thn
S. M. Forsvth. of rcnlHnrin 1a i at
Hr. J. M. Crowe, of Watertown, is at
M. C. Smith, of Los Angeles, is at
the Norton ia.
Lester Lindlev. of Enterorisp. is at
O. W. Bosk ins. of Enternrisp in at
J. M. Bell, of Vancouvpr. "R C i at
R. K. Holbrook. of Los Anrpl is
at the Nortonia.
E. L. Shinherd. of Shinherrf Knrinr
Is at the Seward.
is at the Portland.
C. L. Patterson, nf Prinftt-illo t. i ro
istered at the Perkins.
C. K. Soauldinsr. of Salpm I. rprio.
tered at the Imperial.
O- A PprpfRPn r f rAto eftn'a T anI4
in??, is at the Perkins.
Ioyd Rose, of Harrisburg. is reg
istered at the Perkins.
S. A Parish r.f ctln T?.-.r.Lr D
' -" -' ""-"i i
istered at the Oregon.
j. II. Colter, nf (ilpnnrln ia t-s-.n-i-
tered at the Cornelius.
Andrew Buchanan has left for a
TWO BROTHERS, SLAYER AND THE SLAIN, 'WHO FIGURED IN
CLACKAMAS COUNTY TRAGEDY.
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mnwiMaim). ft . . m - Zait Kri.m n imirii m fun Tim" mm rt mm n .m ,rrmit I
Samuel Cum, W ho Shot H1n Brother.
two weeks visit with relatives and
friends at Junction City.
A. W. Mueller, of St. Helens, is reg
istered at the Nortonia.
W. T. Hovey. of Seattle, is regis
tered at the Multnomah.
AVr. H. Dean, ' of White Salmon, Is
registered at the Imperial.
V. S. Phillip!, of Walla Walla, is
registered at the Cornelius.
N. P. Mears. of White Salmon, is
registered at the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Howe, of Pen
dleton, are at the Xortonla.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. 'Zimmerman.
of Salem, are at the beward.
Mrs. George Fiavel and Miss Nellie
Flavel, of Astoria, are at the Portland.
The following patrons of Portland
are registered at the Palace Hotel in
Kail Francisco: H. B. Tichner, Edward
J. Conaty. George E. Hardy. C. W.
Frank, M. G. Munly, Edward Newbegin.
Mrs. George H. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Colt and C. W. Wiley.
CHICAGO, Oct. 5. (Special.) Port
land persons registered at the La Salle
Hotel are E. Macgregor, Mrs. S. S.
JURY JUSTIFIES KILLING
VERDICT DECLARES SAM CASE
ACTED IX SELF-DEFENSE.
Grocer Who Appears as Sew Witness
Tells of Struggle Before Shots Were
Fired and Ernest Slain.
OREGON CITY, Or., Oct. 5. (Spe
cial.) "That death was caused by
gunshot wounds inflicted by bam Caac,
and in the mind of the Coroner's jury
it was a case of self-defense and a jus
tifiable homicide." This was today the
verdict of the Coroner's jury at the
mi u est held over the body of Lrnest
Case, killed Sunday night near his
home in Park Place.
George C. BroAnell, before Justice of
the Peace Sievers tor the preliminary
examination and was bound over to the
grand jury on a charge of second de
gree murder. He waived examination.
The grand jury will meet next Mon
illiam H. Holschu, a Clackamas
Heights grocer, was the principal wit
ness at the inquest. He was on his
way to the Park Place church Sunday
night and saw a man rush from a
barn and attack another, he said. Both
of the men were strangers to him. The
man on the road shook off his assail
ant, pulled a gun, shot twice and the
one who had run trom the barn lell
back dead, he said.
Those who were with the two broth
ers differed in their testimony. J. P.
Murphy said he -did not see Ernest
Case assault his brother. Herman Dill
man, a relative of Mrs. Ernest and
Mrs. Sam Case, who was with Sam Case
at the time, said that Ernest made an
assault on Sam, and T. P. Johnson, who
was with bam, made practically, the
same statement. Tom Rawlins ap
peared us a witness, but he did not
see the assault, as he was in the barn
at the time.
The Coroner's jury was composed of
W. V. Myers, George Randall. Harry
Oreaves, A. A. Price, Roy B. Cox and
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
WHITE-HIBBARD Dr. Kben W. Whit-,
Castle Kock, Wash., legal, aud Sleanor M.
Hibba.nl, Third and Harrison, streets, sal.
SiiAKFER-NEELKY YV. 1. Shaffer. lUftO
East Alder streot, Ual, and Martha Evan
S-lina Necley. '.ttio Eust Everett street, legal,
BAN HOl.CEK - N El G E R Cispar 13a n hoi. -cer,
Sauvies Island, legal, and Katie Neiger,
cjauviia Island, ltgal.
BAl-UHllAN - SCHRODER Peter W
Baushman, Newberg, Or., legal, and Helen
u. ttciirueaer. j-'J casi aeventn sireet .Noriii.
FR 1 EDLAN D-SU BOTS1CK H. V rledland,
630 First street, legal, and Mrs. R. I. ub
oiuiek, 0o4 Fust street, legal.
FT EDM AN To Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Stedman, S43 Rodney avenue. October 1. a
HANSEN To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Hansen. 4S Shaver street, October 1, a
tfl'OO.N'ER To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
spooner, yuu r.am r uuneenm street r.orth,
October 1, a daughter
BASHOR To Mr. and Mrs. R. W Raster
113 West Mohawk street, September -2, a
HOPSTRA To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hop-
stra, J"- iuie oireci, cepiem oer a son,
HARRIS To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ltarrls.
3iS South Sixth street, September 29. a
Vincouvrr Marriatre U-eoe.
BROWN-Dl'KFl ELD Frank H. Brown
Jft. anil Mabi lUiffieUl, 2r.. both of Portland
KSTES-DAV1 rati I. Estes. i'0. an-J
Myrtle K. David, in. of Battle ground, Wali
M'10! A LP-BAKi'GES Thomas McDon
ald. -4, of Da ton. Or., and Florence Itha
Bartsee, .0, ot Aaialaiid, or.
PORT MAY BE SUED
Hind, Rolph & Co. Retain Coun
sel in Puako Case.
VESSEL REPORTED LEAKING
Grounding AMiilc iu Tow of Tug
AValluIa Complained Of liark-
cntine I.aliainu Ilcadj and
Race to Australia Likely.
Legal process is apparently to be re
sorted to by Hind. Kolph & Co.. of San
Francisco, charterers of the barkentlne
Puako. which is owned by G. U. Kind,
to recover from the Port of Portland
for alleged damage sustained by the
Ernest R. Cane, tVho Was Killed.
vessel a week ago. when she grounded
while in tow of the Port's tug Wallula.
on her way "from Vvestport Slough to
The firm of Snow & McCamant was
retained yesterday by telegraph by
Hind, Rolph & Co. in the matter; Cap
tain Pederson, master of the vessel,
arrived here last nipht from Westport
and Captain John H:ed, of the Wallula,
is due at noon from Astoria, so testi
mony can be taken and the Puako,
which is about ready for sea, permitted
to proceed to Melbourne.
The Puako loaded a full cargo of
lumber at the plant of the Westport
Lumber Company and took the bottom
at C o'clock Wednesday night, being
floated Thursday night on 11)0.000 feet
of her deckload being lightered. That
material has since been reloaded, but
despite early reports it is asserted that
the Pauko is leaking, a survey having
been made by Captain Hoben. He has
recommended that in addition to a
gasoline engine aboard the vessel, a
second be installed so that in the event
one should be rendered useless the other
could operate the main pump and In
that way the hold kept free of water.
The Puako has a donkey engine in ad
dition, but as fresh water is reauired
when it is steamed the gasoline gear
The Puako is said to be making about
two inches an hour, which is not viewed
as serious or any drawback to her con
tinuing the voyage with the second en
gine in place. It is planned to drydock
the ship after her cargo Is discharged
in Australia, so whatever seams are
started may be caulked.
It is said a demand has been mad!
on the Port of Portland for damages,
but no sum mentioned and no admis
sion of responsibility has been made
by the PorL Mr. McCamant said last
night that he was not familiar with all
features of the contention of Hind,
Rolph & Co., other than that the Puako
had been "negligently towed." There
was a pilot aboard at the time, so the
Port Is expected to refute any asser
tions of negligence or carelessness.
Meanwhile the barkentine Lahaina,
which goes to Sydney for the American
Trading Company with lumber, gets
away this morning in tow of the steam
er Ocklahama and may yet beat the
Puako from the river. There is keen
rivalry between Captain Pederson and
Captain Carlsen and as the Puako was
started from her berth a week ago to
day the Lahaina's company was begin
ning to feel that she would get a big
lead on the run to Australia.
ROSE CITY IS ONE DAY IiATE
Liner Heads Into Northwester From
Reyes to Blanco.
Almost 24 hours behind schedule the
steamer Rose City berthed at Ains
worth dock at 11:50 o'clock yesterday
from San Francisco, after having been
held back by a .stiff northwest blow,
accompanied by a big swell from the
same direction, but which smoothed
down after the ship passed Cape
Blanco and along the Oregon Coast
most deliarhtful weather is reported to
Leaving the Golden Gate with about
125 passengers and several hundred
tons of cargo, the Rose City's master,
Captain Rankin, says swells were no
ticeable as the forerunner of the north
wester, but they were not disagreeable,
nor was there more than .a fresh
breeae until Point Reyes was rounded,
when the full force was experienced.
That hung on until reaching Cape
Blanco, so often the dividing line be
tween good and bad weather on the
Coast. But the steamer had bucked
the blow over such a stretch that she
was unable to make up the time and
reached the entrance to the river at
10:30 o'clock Monday night.
After getting away from Astoria fog
set in but was not materially bother
some until Rainier was reached, where
the steamer anchored for a time and
later at Doblebower's she anchored and
got under way again, passing SL
Helens at 9:50 o'clock yesterday.
Among Portlanders named on the
passenger list were Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence H. Hoi man, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Freeman and F. A. Ballin.
The Rose City sails on the return Fri
day and will have a capacity cargo.
THREE GAS BUOYS RETAINED
Shipping Interests Favor No Reduc
tion iu Lighted Aidfe.
Although what is known as the south
jetty gas buoy, which went adrift Sat
urday and was reported yesterday a
mile Inshore from the end of the jetty
and about half a mile south of the
trestle, was placed there in the interest
of dredging operations at the entrance
to the Columbia, shipping interests are
in favor cf its retention in spite of the
fact dredging may soon cease for the
year. Government officials are to be
aaked to keep that aid in service in
definitely. Y2iat is known as the Columbia
River outside gas and whistling buoy,
which marks the outer contour on the
north side, is to be retained, likewise
the red south jetty gas and whistling
buoy, although the latter will be moved
to mark the new dredged channel.
Should the dredge Chinook operate be
tween the south channel and the
dredged channel, so as to give the en
tire area there a uniform depth, the
buoy at the jetty's end and the red
south jetty buoy would mark the outer
edges of the best water. While the
runaway buoy is off its station the red
ranges at Cape Disappointment are be
ing illuminated all night instead of be
ing extinguished when dredging ceases
LOW WATER HOLDS KELLOGG
Transfer to Be Made for Time From
Kelso Into Columbia.
The steamer Joseph Kellogg lay
from 7:30 to II o'clock yesterday
morning with her nose against a sand
bar at the entrance to . the Cowlitz
River, facing the physical impossibility
of steaming over a shoal on which
there was two feet of water while
her draft was 3.3 feet. A rising tide
finally permitted her to escape from
a basin that was almost as success
fully blocked as was Santiago harbor
after Hobgon sank the Merrimac.
It is the first time this season that
Captain Whitcomb has been detained
to such an extent by low water and
it is planned to use the little steamer
Chester to assist the Kellogg while the
river is at such a stage, the Kellogg
loading what she can at Kelso On the
tide and then finishing outside with
what the Chester takes out. There was
virtually no change at other points
yesterday and the stage here was 1.4
feet above zero.
INSPECTORS SET TWO CASES
Drowning- or Deckhand and Collision
to Be Probed This Week.
To Investigate the doath by drown
ing October 2 of J. Roman, a deck
hand employed on the steamer Annie
Comings, who fell overboard at Hayden
Island when lumber was being un
loaded on to a barge, United States
Steamboat Inspectors Edwards and
Fuiler have fixed 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning as the time for the hearing.
Another case set for Friday morn
ing at 9 o'clock is that of a collision
between the gasoline boat Hefty and
the propeller Butterfly, which is al
leged to have occurred near Postoffice
Bar September 28. Complaint was
made by the operator of the Heftv, re
sulting in the investigation. The gaso
line vessel is owned by the Burke Fish
Company and her operator places blame
for the accident on the Butterfly.
STREET ENDS ARE DISCUSSED
City to Take Action to Govern Leas
ing of Space on Waterfront.
There was a conference yesterday
between members of the Commission
of Public Docks and City Attorney La
Roche as to street ends and what dis
position is to be. made of them in the
future. There was a discussion as to
whether the city should charge for their
use on a square foot basis, for what
purposes space would be leased, the
probable revenue to the city and such
In the end the matter was referred
to Mr. LaRoche, and it is intended to
press it without delay so the city may
exercise jurisdiction in all cases. In
connection with the proposed action it
is reasoned that there will be an end
to the practice of some occupants along
the waterfront not maintaining the
premises in sanitary condition.
Architects Ofr for Fair.
The triple turblner Great Northern
sailed south yesterday with a list of
Northwestern travelers numbering 499.
A large delegation of architects was
aboard on the way to the Panama Ex
position. The vessel carried wheat,
flour and cheese as the principal items
of cargo aggregating almost 600 tons.
The Northern Pacific will arrive today
with 22S passengers and 439 tons of
H. F. Nielson, of Copenhagen, Denmark,
connected with the lumber department ot
the East Asiatic line, has left for San Fran
cisco on his way home, after having spent
the past few weeks in this territory. It la
said the company intends making the Co
lumbia River later and that a new agency
will be announced shortly.
Claude Baker, formerly with the firm ot
Baumgartner & Baker, has taken over the
asency for the gasoline schooner Ahwenada,
which arrived yesterday from Yaqulna .Bay,
and says she will be dispatched with a full
load lor Bandon, Myrtle Point and Coquillc
City. He also has the gasoline schooner
Mirene. which sails tomorrow for Wa Id port
and Newport. The vessels berth at Albers
dock No. 3. It la said there has been a
sudden rush along part of the. Coast for
merly served to an extent from Coos 13ay
when the steamer Breakwater was on tiie
Coming from Florence, the gasoline
schooner Patsy Is due tonight and a full
cargo Is awaiting her on Pine-street dock.
The steamer Sue H.. Elmore sailed from '
there last night for TlHamook Bay.
There was a contract closed yesterday for
a new bowsprit for the barkentine Georg
tna, loading at Westport, to replace one
badly sprung on her way here.
On tho departure of the North Pacific
steamer F. A. Ktlburn last night. he lad a
full passenger list and good cargo. She
carried a number of travelers for Coos Bay
and Humboldt Bay. while more will join
here In those ports for San Francisco. The
Roanoke, of that line, sails tonight for Cali
On the arrival of the Government dredge.
Col. P. 3. Michie. at Coos Bay, from port
land, at 6 o'clock yesterday morning, she
immediately began operations that will oe
continued as long as weather conditions per
mit. News reached the Merchants Exchance
yesterday that the Norwegian steamer
Strinda, which left here September 17 w ith
a grain cargo, arrived at Balboa Monday
on her way to Italy. The British steamer
Volga left here at o o'clock yesterday with
a full cargo of whe&T-
On the return voyage of the steamer
Daisy Putnam, of toe Swayne & Hoyt fleet,
which reached the harbor last night, she will
carry feet of spruce lumber that is to
bo transferred at San Francisco to the
Manchuria, 'which arrived there . esterdar
on her last voyage under the Pacific Mail
flag, and satis October 16 for 'Curope. The
spruce ia intended for the construction of
aeroplane and considerable of he material
has moved from the river and other North
west territory during the past year for that
Completing a cut at Postoffice Bar yester
day, the Port of Portland dredge, Columbia,
was shifted to the mouth of tlie "Willamette
to widen the entiam-e. E. W. Wright, man
ager of the Port, requests that masters of
vessels passing there exercise caution an .
move under a slow bell.
Movements of Vessels.
i kj r; i la. u. uci. .,. Arrived Steamer
jfoe ity. irom ran Pedro via San Fran
cisco; Ruselen bark Fahrwohl. from Con
cepcion. Hailed British steamer Volga, for
Astoria. Oct. Left up at 32:40 A. M. -
steamer nose uny. jailed at P. M.
Steamer Grtat Northern, for San Frannspo
San Diego. Oct. 5. Arrived and sailed
stonier oeo. Y. tader. lor Portland, via
San Pi.-Hiro, Oct. S. Sailed Steamer Bear,
for Portland, via San Francisco
San Francisco, Oct. 5. Arrived "at S A. M
Steamer W. F. Hcrrln. from Portland
Sailed at 11 A. M. Steamer Northern Pa
cific, for Flavel.. Oct. 4. Sailed at S P.
U. Steamer Speedwell, for Portland.
San Pedro. Oct. 4. Arrived Steamers Ne
ll ale m and Daity. from Columbia River .
Shasta, irom Portland; Bear, from Portland
via Sail Francisco. Arrived and saileu
steamer oeo. w . tioer. rrom Portland foi
San Diego, via way ports.
iSureka. Oct. . Sailed Steamer Santa
Clara, from Portland and Coos Bay for Sau
r ra n cisvo.
Balboa, Oct. 4. Arrived Norwegian
steamer Strinda. from Portland for Itlv
Seuttle. Oct. 4. Sailed at U P. M. Llsht-
notiFe tender .Mar.zanua. tor Astoria.
Hull. Oct. Arris ed Norwegian sinr
Norr.f-i("r. from Portiwnu.
Astoria. Oct 4. Sail' d ;it fi I. M. Brit
ish rtt-e-iiii'-u- Snow duiiinn, tor Uniteil King
dom. B itboa. Oct. 5. Ai riv'-tl Steamers Kn-
tuvkxaa. Xioai bcuule vU iiUo, or Piula-
H E I L T fl Broadway at Taylor
XA 1 1 U Main 1 A lit
TONIGHT. 7 Tl J, S;45 ALL AVEEK
GERMAN WAR FIUMS
"V '-,JV MR. 1 Kt.l rot
Main X. A
HOME OF FAMOCS BAKKK I1.AVKRS.
Tonight. All week. Mats. Wed.. St.
"THE A1U.YI.K CASE
rte.t of ail modern dnectlra plava.
Thrlillne. mystifying. Lte crime-ferreting
device, of Detective William J. Butob.
fc.venlne. :13c. 00c; box and lose. 73c Mon.
nlftht aud all matineea. r 11 a-at (except
box:ic Next week "Help Wanted."
BKOAUWAV ANO V AM HILL
NKLLIE V. NICHOLS.
HARRY BERESIORD CO.
Brniro Spencer. Hooper A Cook. Branelle
tiirl and fStepben. Jack Uudley Trio.
Brooke at Bourn. Orpheura Travel Weekly.
MA-INEE DAILY. 2:15 10c. i5c
NIGHT SHOW. 8:15 10c. 25c. 50c
MATINIL KAJDT 230
The scMson'M mot sMoundine sensation.
With (ieorre l.ov-ll. Mine. Zenda and the
Original .Mercedes Crane. A Mipernalural
revelation of mental trlepatbv.
6 OXHKR HM, ACTS
Boxes. Hrt ltw Balcony aeata Kesetr-fed
by phone Main 4;t6. A
dolphfa; Oahiersrove, from Seattle for
Cristobal. Oct. 5. Arrived Steamers
b lorence Luckcnbach. from New York for
Seattle. Oct, 3. Arrived Steamers Ad
nilrai Evans, from Southwestern Alaska,
Aiki, from Southeastern Alaska; Congress,
from San DieRo; ehip Dirio. from lvobe.
Sailed Sieam-rs CoiiKress, for Uan Diego;
Admiral Dewey, for San Francisco; Dispatch
Oily of Seattle, for Southeastern Alaska;
Prince George British j. for Prince Kupert.
Brisbane. Oct. 2. Arrived Steamer Ax
tec, from Portland. Or.
Shimoneseki, Oct. 2. Sailed Steamer
G Is hum Maru, for Seattle.
Caldera. Oct. 4. Sailed Steamer Nann
Smith, for Tacoma.
San Francisco. Oct. 5. Arrived Steamer
Captain A. P. Lucas, from Seattle. Sailed
Steamers Northern Pacific, for Astoria;
President for Seattle; Bark Bayonne
h rench , for Hull ; Schooner Koy somen,
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All position, reported at P. M. October 5
unleioH otherwise indicated.)
Chatham. San Pedro for Antofagasta. 42S
miles south of San Pedro, October 4, 6 P. M.
City of Para, San Francisco for Balboa.
9i miles south of sian Francisco, October 4.
0 P. M.
Geo. W. KMer, San Diesro for San Pedro,
lo miles south of San Pedro.
Be ar. Sa n PeU ro for San Kra ncisco. 1 5
miles east of Point Ooncepcion.
Great Northern, Flavel for San Francisco,
l-'4 miles south of the Columbia River
Hotiolulan, Astoria for Seattle, 15 miles
north of the Columbia River.
Kiamath. San Francisco for Portland, 3
miles no-. th of Til'amook Rnck.
Minm-?ata, Orient for Seattle, 70S miles
AHuiu-i-in, Richmond for Cordova, 500 miles
south of Cape iitehiLS.
Senator. Nome for Seattle. 074 miles east
of Scotch Gap.
Centralia. Eureka for San Francisco, fog
bound in Humboldt Bay.
Porter. Kverett for Monterey, 250 miles
north of tan Fr&ncl?ro.
El Segi'nrto. Sn Francisco for Seattle, 2U3
nilks north of San Francisco.
Northern Pacific, San Francisco for Flavel,
22 miles youth of liiunta Reef.
Norwood, Aberdeen for San "ranclsco, 86
miles south of rape Blanco
Willamette, Sun Francisco for Seattle. "Si
miles north of San Francisco.
Drake. San Francisco for Vancouver, -b4
miles north of San Francisco.
Speedwell, San Francisco ior Portland. "25
milt s north of San Francisco.
Hyades, Honolulu for San Francisco,
miles out, October 4. 8 P. M.
Manoa, San Francisco for Honolulu, 10S0
miles out October 4, S P. M.
Thomas, left Honolulu for San Francisco,
October 4. P. M.
President. San Francisco for Seattle, 3o
miles north f Point Arena.
Pleiades. San Frar.cisco for New Sfork, 24
miles south of point Bonita. ,
Herrin, Avon tor Monterey, 10 miles from
Celllo. Portland for San Francisco. 13 miles
south of Blunts Reef.
Yosemite. Gray Harbor for San Francisco.
80 mites south of Blunts Reef.
Topeka. Eureka tor San Francisco, 120
miltfl north of an Francisco.
Aroline, San Pedro for San Francisco, off
Moffett. towinjy barg P3. Balboa for San
Francisco, anchored inside bar. thick fog.
Vews From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA. Or.. Oct. 5. tSpeclal.) With
a fair list of passengers and a good freight.
Including grain from the interior, the steam
er Great Northern sailed for San Francisco
After loading 000 tons of canned salmon
at the Astoria municipal dock, the American-Hawaiian
line steamer Honolulan
sailed today for New York, via Puget Sound.
She also has freight from Portland.
COOS BAY. Or . Oct. 3. (Special.) Ar
riving this morning- from San Francisco, the
steamer Adeline Smith is shipping lumber
at the Smith Klectt iv dock.
The steam schooner Yellowstone arrived
from San Francisco during the night and
entered port at daylight with a big cargo
of freight from the south.
The Coos Bay dredge Col. P. S. Michie ar
rived during the night after undergoing re
pairs at Portland, and without entering
port started work on the bar in the morn
ing. Junior Engineer James Folhemus. who
had bien at Portland to oversee repairs on
tho dredge Michie, arrived home tonight.
Five schooners are harbound at Bandon,
including the Elizabeth, phoenix. Acme and
Tillamook. Tho Acme and Phoenix are light
ening loads so as to proceed to Sau Diego
Tides at Ant or. a Wednesday.'
11:10 A. M S O fet.:02 A. M 0.9 foot
11:17 P. M 7.8 feel, P. M 1.7 fect
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Oct. S. Condition of the
bar at a P. M. . Sea. smooth; wind, north-
"osteopathic" physicians" " 5
, Members Portland Oateopatnie AM a.
Baker. Ir. Lllltna. 920 Corbett Bldg
Phones Main 3227. A 487.
Barrett. Dr. H. Later. 419 Morgan
Bldg. Phone Main 42.
Browae, Or. Ann M-, B31 Pittoclc Blk
Pnones Broadway Z60. Marshall loll,
r arrlor, Dr. Jessie B.. 820 Selling Bldi.
Phones Alain 4366. A. 661a.
Flack. Or. William 0- 917 Broadway
Bids. Main 3SXI. Maim V45S.
bate.. Or. Gertrude XS Corbet!
Bids. Main 163.1. A 4 70S.
titles. Or. Alary 6US Morgan Bld-
Phones Main si66. A 1966.
Hun-laud, Or. 1 rt.. Stlit Veiling Bids
Main 2213. A 222.
iveller. Or. William Ci.. 508 Taylor ;l
Phones Main s44. A 8444.
ltey. Or. It. A ., suite 301 Morgan Bid;
Pnones Marshall lsSs. Tabor 4278.
Lmiard Dr. U. Ibl MorgiUi Bldz
Pnones Mam 70y, A 170.
Wnr.ui, Or. Vlrrlala V, 612 Morst:
Bids. Phones Main 147, Mar. 3344.
Moure, Dra. C aad U.C.I'. us sell
ing Bldg. Main tUol, A 246.
, Or. ivatliarlae S., 805-7 Jours.
Blag. Marsnall 1276. A 8031.
-xortnrup. Or. H. B 308 Morgan U.a,
Phones Main 348. .East 1028.
fciiEra, Dr. C. T 709-710 Selling b.j;
Phones Main 3440. Main 3446.
saepkerd, Or. B. P., 608-609 Mors
Bldg. Main 6666. East 24s, A 1966.
lyica. Or. Job, J ... 744 Clacaaia
ML East 723s.
. alker. Or. ta li iaal 24tn jc
Hhone East 5332
TOO LATE TO CLASSH-T.
FOR SALE 10 acres, :; in berries, hunga
miles Albany, little cash, balance
r. jears. Kcni :" 1TJ iS:ir$ent. East 21.
ON P. and two furnisned huuw keepttig ixk-uii.
t. tiiv iti-iit and i-- ru' a.', leusonaclc. l'j
I.nvntia!.-. cor. Morris jii.
L.LY wants partner fur room 1115 -Injure ,
This directory la for the Informatlo n of the public, to give as far as poaai
Me the different lines of business wht ch the average person may find ooca
sion to use. Any Information which c nnot be found here wiU be gladly
furnished by phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
ABSTRACTS A1 'HiUi.
PR Gil FT SavKVlCii at rcvoubl. pru..
x'acixic iiLte k iiiui to.. oi cum.
K. STEP11AN, Lemautchins, scalloping, ac
cord.. iftdj pie button cuvera, aiaui
orders. -Utf t moot biov, brvauway
Pleating. heiu&titchlns. Out. too covcau
.aurn Aovgiiy u.. oo 'ra itu. iS way uuu.
AsdAlKha Au AAALisia,
MONTANA ASbAV uFfe'lCtt,
A llOllNbl -Al-U tV.
J. b. Js'iiLsjON. LAW l lilt. Ola i'lTI'uCix
H. Y. FUKLIUM A.N. XiO Cbuuber C Coin.
Consul lai till u line
CAKl'tt W tA tKS.
New russ Irotu ola iusrtiu, Jtru&e.,
tuiyina. AAiniiiaLcr cavrpwu. crpvt ticnu
l"f. relit Ui. rcixuiti. couuir urucr
Wumpi at Leu U ou. kriiu lor uuokiui, .ei--ru
iiuit liuti co., o.-od imou aw. Nviio.
P no tie iaKt oOlti. H 14.0.
SuttTuwiiiT iltci cu. ltu :roui o;d c-r-
ClvLLltOlu bt 1 iO.Na. U.VAC tvg.
TliB IHWI.N-HUUSU.N LOAll'A.N i
Sb? Wabiimston nl. Malu HI 2 ana A
W liUaan. lib tell ana WiUiain. Jr.. lJveii.
ine only scieutitic chiropirUMii iu tuu ci.
Parlurs ao Uvriiner Oiti&-. auutUMci
to:in?r .'d .nil AiUcf. phouw jl-m itful.
ClilKOPoUV and peaicuriug" Mi, it. U.
tHll. Otlice k UeUiier b.as. Alaui ; -it.
JIcilAHUX, aixtn .ar. Cnj-onlu cues
taking ami), ot tr.imni, Sli. liii. 4iu t.
CQl-iJt:CT10 Ji AUt C Y.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere; nig heal etas refer
ences. The liaruen .Mercantile Ageucy,
42ti Henry blag. Pnone Maxsnall a0.
NKTH & CO., Worcester bldg. Aiam liitu.
No loMecti-jn. uo cuaige. h.t-abltatied iuu.
MAXCHEailKU la.nciii(4 Acaueiuy, V ItD
bet. Stark and Oak; ap'l rales, o pri
vate Ivasuus. moi mug, afternoun, ev
ciug, ail latent dances unranteud. Clas
'i l.ura., riat, eeniuga, -&;ao. '"dwy Piiu.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons daily; class
luus.. Fri. eve., 8 to lu; lui lid su, bet-
am a mi a. am. , lessons, .oc.
jflu ivty ULOU., aud Morrison 10 les-
stia. j3; classes Mon.. Kil. eve. Mars. 01.
fcUlC ATION A L.
WAM'tU Private instructor two or three
nig its a week iii KtifcUh grammar aud
cumpoaition. X oregonian.
tVK. EAB NOSK ANO ltiKUAI.
Treatment by specialist; glasses tilted. Dr.
F. F. Cassaday, 517 Dtkum bldg.. od & Wa.
LN SI' KAN Civ. "
UAViD M. UL.NNii, gin'l lusurauce; C:re.
marine, auto. OatJ and MS '"ham. of Com.
MODEL Jt SPECIALTY MACHINE UOKKS.
ARMSTRONG M FG. CO.. N o. 4 Second il
Phone Broadway 607. Headquarters for
specialty machine work, design perfect
ing, experimental work, model making and
Alio AMU UIOOY lUfM.
DtBP.ILLE 1-U-JUt luf CO.. iu id at.
UattUAOK C llr.t Ki-1 AT UU.V1K
Baggage fc Uinnibu. Transfer. Park oc r ivia.
Royal Bakery Ac CulI., iuc. lltu r.nd Kverett.
BKtH tKS ASU BOllLtltS.
HENRY WEINhAKU. lutu al liurniiile.
DKV GOODS. NOTIONS. HKMSIllN(,s.
FmiCH.Ki UAltK A: CO.. iOl Aall at
tLtCTUK AL SU TLltS.
Stubba Electrical Co.. 6th and Pine ata.
Albers Bros. Mliliu Co.. Front and Mararai.
H. M. UOLaEK. Board ot Trade Bias.
WADHAM3 CO.. oi-TS Fourth at.
HATS ANO CAI-S.
THAXHAfSEK HAT CO.. Front at.
HlUtS. HIMIU CASCAUA BAEa,
KAH.N BROS.. 1U1 Front su
PACIFIC IKON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily and Sunday.
One time Vic
Same ad two con&eutWe times 'tic
Same ad three consecutive tlmrN Uc
biinie ltd six or seven consecutive times 5 tic
The above rmti snulr to dvertiHrmrat
nndrr "New Today" and all other cla u.i fl
ea t ions except the follow inn:
Sit nat ions Wanted lalc.
Situations Wanted Female,
For Kent, Koom I'rivate Familie!.
Board and Koonis i'rtvate Familirt.
HouekeepInK Koom Private FamiUee.
Rate on the above classification 1m 1 cents
a line each inarrtion.
On "charae" clvert!-mnits rhanrr will
be based on (lie number of lines appearing
in t ue paper rcsruirsH of the number of
words In each line. Minimum charge, two
The Orrzonlan will accent clasfiec1 ad.
vertienient-. over the telephone, provid -d
the advertiser Im a tiibrcriler to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, hut
bill will be rendered the following: day.
m netnrr iuncauent anvert .Mcment will be
accepted over the phone depend, upon the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisement. Situations Wanted and Pernor.nl
advertittementK will not he accepted over the
telephone. Order for one Insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for .ale." 'Bui-
ncMi Opportunities, ' Itoomioi-HuuitM ' and
''Wanted to Kent."
Advertisements to receive prompt classi
fication must be In The O re iron i tin office he
fore 9 oclo-k at niaht. except Saturday,
( Iodine hour for The Sunday Oreponian will
be 1:30 o'clock Saturdav nisht. The office
will be open until 10 o'c.ock P. M.. as uniihI,
aud all ads received too late for proper
classification will be run under the beading
'Too Late to Classify.
Telephone Main 0.0, A 6093.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Kord Auction House. ?lt 1st. Furniture,
carpet?, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M..
furniture. 10-8 Firat St.
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL. Ka
11. R. AND S. M. A stated asr
sembly will be held In the Ma
sonic Temple this (Wednesday)
evening. t S o'clock. A larjre
attendance Is desired i.t this.
TTr Z wu' conrerred at :S0 o'clock.
Attendaore of members and visitors request-ed-
H. Jj. ROBINSON, Kec.
KR I EN DSH I P LODGE. NO.
100, A. F. AND A. -M. East
-i-d and Sandy Blvd. Stated
communication this Wednes
day) evening, 7 :S0. M M. de
cree. Lents Lodre will nv a
fraternal visit. VUitine; brethren we.com.
Order W. M. H. F. CHAPI.V, 8ec.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
4d, A. F. AND A. M. Steted
communication this (Wednes
day) evening. 7:o0. E. Mb and
riurnstae. boclui visitors wel
come. J. H. RICHMOND, Secretary.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132. ST.
JOHNS. A. K. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication this
(Wednesday) evening. Oct. G.
Work In M. M. degree. Visitins
A. W. DAVIS, Secretary.
sa.m akita:; lodge, no. 2. 1. 0. 0. f.
Regular meeting this t Wednesday even
ing, at 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F. Temple.
First and Alder sts. Initiation. Every mem
ber expected to be present. Visitors always
welcome. I:. OSWOLD, siec.
MOUNT .TABOR LODGE. NO.
42. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this Wednes
day evening. 7 o'clock. West
Side Temple. M. M. degr-.
Visiting brethren welcome.
J. C. MANN. W. M.
-r tCA. REGULAR MEETING. THIS
-Vjic (Wednesday) evening. East 6th
and Alder streets Visitors cor
"itja,i7s' diaily invited. Firs Degree.
W W. 1 fc. t rv )i . Ma
e,M KA New tntblcir. jewelry of ail kinds
& Jac&ftc Osw XZl-i jSJitH aw
MlSSKN(,tK SUR VICE.
UAS T " MiStlJSCicIK CO. Motorcycles and
bicjclfs. phor.e Main 53 A 1CS.
Einil Thiclhoru, violin teacher, pupil tevlck,
-u7 Fliedncr blag. A elckt. Mainau 16--.
OFTOMKTKIS i'S AND OITiCIANS.
Why pay big prices ior
Uiuaatfft 1 .at-D. IXL tour
"S. a alto, iixsi-u'-aauiy
leuses iu a goia-iiiiea
i ra m as lo w as Lu.
lwi.4.s duplicated at a big
taviuK. taction guaraute--d. C W. Ciooa-
nan. opwmftint Morrison. Mam
l AltT AXl'OK.NfcVS.
K. C. WKlciliT scars praticu J. S. and
f o r l ca ,-a tents. ti-'l Utaum bidg.
POKTLANU WOOU P1P1S CO, Factory and
omco near ana lorh. sls. Man Jit.
iabiiu.Nt: Fi;L3. J. K. 0uteuiiu. Mgr..
Printing auu liuot piug. uo s rum su.
cor auik. Mam or A 1
U fc; rjpar most kuuii-tl stove, plumbing,
luiniiure, btcci-s. civ. .1 'or Land iot
cien 1 lli pair Co.. lt c M Sl.
MdOWCAFfi AND llMLKhs,
SLiuWCAaiua auu flkiuitis, mw cud socona
hand. s N. lutii. xioaua: 77.
v LsTtiU.N F1A.1L1.L K aUc.c"ASIS CO.
MOHAUt ANO T KAN Sst t.t.
liLUL'wbU fUtaiUlU" liAi'ti TO AN1
FROM ALL l'ul.M S.
On houseUoaU gooua, piaio&, autos. etc
TUroub, caxloau, icu. gu-kraut.ael
Oet our rates betre shipping any w hers.
We uu savti ou money auu auuoance.
PACIFIC COAb 1' b Olt V AKUl.NU CO..
2UI W 1U.Ua lLLa.,
IMionc. Marsiiaii :iti.. j.aisnall 16Sa.
ALWAYS "PICK. '1 11 li LLST" Housenoid
Uuoui SpeciaiiLS. torau, packing, aui
ping and Moving. Horse or Auto an,
piciui iifitm laies to al poiui.
C. CI PICK. TUA-Sar'LK A; 2s1U14.AG15 CO.,
i; J aua Pine SLa. lirjamsay itfti. A ltfUtf.
OKtiiOX i'UA.Xtt'LK CO., 47 Olusan it.,
corner loin, leiepaoue Main M or A llbJ.
We own aud opuraie twu largo class "v
urer.ouse ana terminal traeas. Lowest
lusurauwu rates in city.
MOV ;.NJ. PACKlNvi, Slill'PlNtJ, STUttACii
Reduced ireigat rates to ail points,
MANN1.NO YV ai.-uouae k Transfer Co.,
Maui 7t.a. ltu and iloyt. A-14.
MAOISUN-Si. UUCK ANl WAKEHOL'Sli
Oftico 1M Mauisou, General nterclianuise
ami luruanlum amis. :'none Main iiii.
Prepare for liaia. quo Swetland bldg.
Fine mounts. F. J. Brczeti, only one la
city. 2-iit Columbia st. Al. 7l43.
fcTlKST-CLASS seasoned tir, $4.00; distant
delivery 4.75. National Fuel Co.. L. -d
and Oregon. East -04L
URlKN and dry eiabwood. blockwood, Pan
ar.ia Fuel Co. Main &70. A 3hU9.
UtX'S AU H UMLN S .trK', tAR.
CPLlllitlA ieckue.r Mttf. Co.. 5LQ at.
BRADSHAW BlvuS., Murribon and 7th ats.
WOMS AMI LI BlilCATINti UUJi.
W. 1J. fLLLhiK afc CO.. 1-ta and lavta.
TAINTS. OIL .VND Ol-VSS.
RASMUSaKN fc CO.. Hd aud Taylor atrecta,
rii'r:. rii'L 1 ittinu and yalyls.
M. L. KL.1NK, r rout at.
1'LL'MUINU ANO t-TLA.1I BtPPLlLS
M. L. KL1N1-:. bA-SB Front at.
1'KlNTbKS AND I'TlTuMl LKS.
F. W. BALTICS dc CO.. lat and oak ata.
I'KOIlKE (OMMISMO.V MLRCIIANIS.
SVbUDi.NG Jfc FA KUKLL, llu Front.
KOl'K ANO BINDING T INL.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SAFETY RAZOR HONING.
AUTOMATIC KEEN EUOE CO..
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER A: CO.. lth and Davis.
Scrap Rubber and Metaia
J. LEV E. i?;6 Columbia St. Main 519.
MORHAN WALL PAPER CO.. 130 Id at.
COMSTOCK In this city. October 5. Murle
L. Comstork. uged 27 years. The ramains
are at the resilience establishment of J.
1. Finley $z Son. Montgomery at 5th. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
HOYT In this city. October 4. at his late
residence. Haven street, De Wit
Hoyt, aaed 73 years. The funeral serv
ices will La held today t Wednesday) at
-:;0 o'clock H. M. at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Finley & Son, Mont
gomery at nth. Friends invited Inter
ment at Kiver A'lew Cemetery.
PER REN The funeral services of the late
Anna M. Perrn will be neld at tho con
servatory chape! of F. S Dunning. Inc.,
East Side funeral directors. 41-4 E. Alder
st.. at 2 P. M., Thursday. October 7.
Friends invited. Interment at Rose City
TRKSiIAM The funeral rervices of the late
J oh a Ul! Ion Trt sham, b'lovtd husband f
Mrs. El inure Warnoek Tresham, will be
held from the residence. sl East Salmon
M.. Thursday, Oct. 7, at 1 P. M. Friends
invited. Interment ML Scott Park Ceme
ter. FCNERAL DIRECTORS,
The ouly residenoe uoaertaking establisn
metaL iu furiiami jth private driveway.
Mam a, a lis.
J. F. FiNLiky te SON.
Muutgouiry at FUUu
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN, the leading
funeral dirctor. 2-l Turd street, comsr
Siiuoo. Lauy Mtsuiou A. 111, Main auL
F. S. DUNNING, INC,
East Side Funeral DirecLurs, 414 Eaat Al
der street. Eaat Zt H Itta.
JU1LLKU Ac TRACE Y, Independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as s.u, 4u, $to.
WaaUitiMton aad Eiia sis. Main A 7is.
A it. ZULLAH COs 53 WILLIAMS AVik.
Last lusS. C 1U6&. Lady atteauaAL Day
and nignt service.
LUX.M.Nli M' EN TEE. funeral dlrtrimi
Bro.aRay and leiua. fiuouu Main 4aU, A. 4Js.
F. L. Lerch, i-ai 11 th and Clay streets.
Laay assisiaut- East 7L
UavEWES UNDERTAK.1NU COMPANY. Id
and Ciay. Main A Lady tvLUudtot
R, T. Byrnes. Williaroa ave. and K.notu
E. 11 10. C Jt4o. Lady attendant.
BREEZE & SNOOK, Sunnys.de Parlors,
auto nearse. 1026 iitainioni. 1 ao. 1x6 &, li IZbZ.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists. 317 Wash
ington. Main ty, A 1269. Flowers tor all
occasions artistically arranged.
CL A.RKX BROS., florists! 2 Morison st.
Main or A 1505. Fine flowers and floral
designa. No branch stores.
MAX M EMrruf Maln7215rA 1121. Selling
building. th and Alder ata,
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 283 Washington
at., bet. 4th and oLh. Main 5102. A 1102.
MON I" MKSTS.
PORTLAND Marble Works. 1!6 4th su. op
posite City Hall, builders of memorials
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
574 BKLMO.NT ST.
Phone Kautt 14:t, It U51S. Open Day
Report ul! cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for smM animais.
Horse amhu !aitcj fur sick or disabled
animals ul a moment's notice. A nyono
ocfiirlu tt pel a-uy communicate wub. U4