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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1916)
Till: MOKNINC. ORCCOMAX. TIIUnSDAY, .TAXUAKT 13. 1.UO.
ICE STOPS NEARLY
ALL RIVER BOATS
Vessels Tic Up at Several
Points on Upper and
OCEAN VESSELS CONTINUE
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pvfMrry of O f. OU4Vtr.
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waft a4 pr mt f-t-ta of
t I ti4f. o ior boor 4 lb
inf iiiao-oit. oh w kill
too tflh jA lh bavin boo
lm4 aar y(r4av It ipta.r
f..-r. aa4 a la l ira to bo 4intfl
to rioti. f th 4ovooo or th a4
oinitr'or of hi o-atata
Th Willamotto waa ortro4 ilr
4a f bUa.t from ! I -, a4
t ?- niar r'f4 tb bia for l-o
, wtth fot of I v m ot.
witft wht-A ah aali tomorrow, Th
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oa thr wv to lii.o wtth tumbr
or ., th )k-'mri fioof 1 4a-
-! win bo ft- k la lb Coajt tra4
ftfORM TIH If flit. MW.IR
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J That of PoclUad Lay CHf.
t aaM l'cr to rootfatto 4tcrta4 aa
m) of rivar corrtia, tho t'ort of
portin4 U4 off ma with tho u
pw - nf po ratio a fta "4 tba
4"14 ti'otto. akKH r ta Lb4
w)-b t t"i nfo- to t fto T ttlamoit
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. b 44 hr lrvor la orta Port-
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rn. ftft.1 amott w -4rl ablft4
to tfto 4rJo. h Tb Portlar'4 I t
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m oi:k m nun; iti in n
I reifM t tr Ia a I ratftrrawo
I ncUr Tariff.
haortnT ao : r4 PaMtaf4
h p jfar4o f r- t o ARrK-aa-m
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r t-- t tr-p-tatio port
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uf.iM.I w t lit. "''''-I r.Hrt.a a.. a-aa a. : .now w?tpiiil. the ahlp all tba way
w a .a l.a v.i faa.- e aa mii I i0 ortlanl Comma up tho Columbia.
l-e at h.afc'ttla off ta ! d-.-!'
wa.ra weal B.aor
mkk niciii.H hi i.r Titwr
t i U(h (arto tlunit .Uborf.
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amAl4 tf t trio tom r4
r.lrK mtnttf4 lb
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far taft ! Iobfiiormi worm4
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to wnt4i4 b m4 acH lowf tm
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9ft4 Ar f. n4 u Mm i
sct4 t b lru vbfi b works
Tb rAb4 hT9 Ta4r
mortini a4 t I clock tb ftr
ftcao 0:cftartnf. wbtl uattl
II 3 dock ml mibl two of
lfkTkortts vr mplor4 a4 m
toi Uxr4 ntl f"oron.
Hry effort o md t rush tb
ol that It cul4 fro :otta wr
Uchtboe Maff Prrpml to Trorr
4o I1m7A Mvoold llor Mart.
ttoil hat tn work4 oat by
f ft. ii of tb iovtoih lushihouo
Intrct for lb rmo of buoy
o lb Toa7 Point Cromc n4 Uo
ohrro in tho rstuary of I h ( uiumbu
i:ir la.tbo trtit k coalition bo
root worto. o that tb aafcljr of tbft
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II la ori4 that nrt lt so
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au4 tbro bo a tt44'A thaw. nr
ftuov a4 booon 4o'nbtRa will uffr.
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iro or prjra of flow. TTtowch ta
l rport4 maknA bt(or tar Mora
a4 roal aratlo p4 Vocor
t4av. at timoo lnlrfarnA with tbo
twriifi of tbo ferry tbr. no damajt
) a ftartaol
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l.aanUro A waited.
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lb ttlia e I 4rto. a4 a ooon
aa loflbbor l fftta oo lb c round,
wbu-a will b wiibia m fw 4a. th
owk wilt bo btrrt4 to commotio.
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oirfri. a4 will bo a art roa
to lb rir traffK on lb
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( n a4ttooa ii prt4 at P. M. Jaooary
rxmprtw. n 3 fc0 for Mil. o?l
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fait Muiht of on1ui-.j Janwarr II.
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hln. Mn rrtn'l' for OrlOt,
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r f MlilrfV.
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t-m!i U rranrl r ffaiilo. otrath
w'lrsl'mn.! rraartoro for lloaolala.
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KENKON MARU ASHORE
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Iraai la Mviilv. Tfcaa -aa
aaa W baa m W ar ! H
aa ralaaaala far C'aal.
VICTORIA. B. C- J- It Hr fora
paak tuM of aalrr. Iha Japan
Itdghlrr Kankea Mara No. S. Udn
aiih nor upp:irt from 8tila for
VladlTfWlok. I la a bad poaltlon OB
tun Chain Rrrf. baivacn Marao and
haturna la'.anda, hr ha droT
ahor al 3 o'clock this morning In a
blinding ino torm. Tba steamer
airurk hard and n la rrportad lo b
ii.n.lr..!y damaard forward.
Imm.dialrly on racipt of tho nfl
of Iha amk hr.. Iha nltm ataamer
v or. of Iha llrltl.n Columbia alra
Company, and a f;t of acowa r
di.patrhrd to th acrn of th nilnhap.
Th Mlxco work will ba carrled out
urdrr Iha uprvllon of Captain W. R.
Ucan. raprearntatlv of tha London
S.iiaia Asaorlatton. who Irf) hr
aboard th Kalvor.
Tha aaiac paopl wra notlflrd
that tha Kankon Maru w ao hard and
fa. I that part of bar d.ckload would
hit to ba llahtr4 brfor h would
float. It la not mpactd that It will
h a difficult Job to float th atraodad
tamr H'ar trl car whl con-
tituta h-r dorkload and aom diffi
culty will ba ampartancad la Uahtar
ma thla rla.a of carlo.
Aftar loama Ilia foahorn. atatlonad
at I'atoa l.'and. on th Amarlcin aid
, of tba intarnatlonal bounaary una. mt
iau.1 followed tha Halurm I. land
hor. bm nalatd with cilram
caul ion. a mot waa falling hravlly.
nt.klna It Impoaalhla lo any dl-
tanra. Tha onlr theory that can b
adtanrad I fiat h Kenkon Maru wa
rarrlad inahor by tha art of tha ebb
tide. Th channel at thla point la nln
Th kenkon Mam left Seattle Hon.
Lr .t niidnicht with cotton and rail
mad eupnitre for tha Ruaaian aovern-
rnent. and w a on her way to Nanalmo
for roai when h .iruck.
fir Wi lt MrtrTS tln WWTIIKn
Variable lntl aad Mcajr M
KncnnnirtTd on Trip Here.
Varied weaiher wa neountered by
th .leafier Player, which arrlaea In
port at la.t plant from fan Kraa-rlM-a
Tba .laamehin ancoanlered
orihwe.1 .Intl. on the way up tha
II a a necary to aoua4 tha whlalla.
aa la tha ru-a in Iota, ao thick wera
11 anow flume encounlerad
('.Pla n Maeoa aai laraa ( aril or
Ira war eneouelered In tha rlar he-
arrtor Pock ana th mouth of
tia wriameita. Put they aid pot anin.r
Iha aleam.r any aj baard la.f Plant
war elatbt Itawallaa and II Crlnaee
ma.iclana. who rama lo Portland lu
iota a road Ihe.trle.l .how In tha
rarao Wera poma or rna I r.i or tn
i.clra oranae crop. a. well
I oa Art'l-a on
m.m of tba an
frail loaded at Pan
onac.olh Want w nallrllng.
MoW'ifTII. ir. "Jan. IJ llpclal
ra that ID. O'aT tratptng arhool for
tha liyeaTow vaa.Vbil here la near
la piirp eted. people of thla Vicinity
are brrnmitl to talk of Hie prospect
of eti-n an appropriation for a pew
administration but ilm. wl-tch la bad
COLD NIPS PORTLAND
Near-Blizzard Sweeps Over
City for 24 Hours.
STORM WORST IN YEARS
Official Thrrmomrtcr ICrclMrrs 13
Ir grm A bov e Zero, Y h lie
Tempera l are on Hel;lit I
Iteponcf Macb I-oer.
f onltna4 From rirt Pr
a a rlfl In the cloud to lend encour
aaemant of brighter wcalhcc
Tha now waa of th fine, dry kind
that acepa through window and door
cracka. la th auburbs It waa at leavat
alaht Inche deep on the. level at
o'clock laat night, and wrier It wa at
all exposed to tha wind. It had piled in
drift two to alx feet deep.
At 7 o'clock II began anowlng harder
than ever, thua insuring another night
of aleepla toil at bucking snow for
platform men of tha Portland Hallway.
Light A Tower Company, moat of whom
had berg up not only all or moat of
tha day but a good part of the preced
ing night, banldrs.
Yesterday was one of thone days
iwhan your heart warms, regardless of
politics, franchises and such, towards
a big public unity corporation like the
Portland Railway. Light t Tower Com
pany.' hi reel car Kaseegeary Met.
Though It has been four years since
ther has been even enough snow on
Us tracks lo require a single trip of a
now broom, tba company rfe lo yes
terday a emergency In wonderful shap.
All through the previous night, not
one. but many cara were kept running
on all tha lines long after tha time
when nothing but owl cara are sup
posed to be abroad lo keep the rails
clear of anow. On Ibe Rose CHy Tark
line, th Mount Tabor line and. the
Montavllla Una three car wera operat
ed In addition to the owl.
Then at 3 o'clock In tha morning.
when It looked aa If the snow might
get the better of these cars, sno
brooms started, out on all tha divisions.
By 4 o'clock A. M. four of these brooms
and four big motor snow acrapera were
tVhen Tortland woke up In the morn
ing with anow sifting In through the
window cracks. Iwo-foot drifts on the
front steps and a younc blisaard howl
ing down th streets, and glnserly
tepned out to the car tracks half eg
peeling It would have to walk to work
or stay home, cars wera operating oo
all th lines.
There wera not only cara In tha
normal quota, but cara by couples,
triples, half doxena and squads, .Some
times a car would be late, dua to un
avoidable delays, caused usually by
borse-drawn vehlclea whfa drivers
camped on tba track, but on many
lines the service waa aa reliable aa on
a Juna morning.
' All Kwftwrn Kept Baay.
Practically every platform man la
the company's service, dsy men. night
man. estra man and all. to in num
ber of nearly I2O0. Vrss commandeered
for ear-vice yesterday. Not onby war
most of tb company a passenger cars
kepi In operation all day. but tn
brooms' and motor-scraper required
All tb four-motor cars wera snt
out of Iha barn early. Tneae cars
ware especially useful In keeping the
lines open, because their four power
ful motors will drive them through
anything ehort of a phenomenal fail
of anow. On Iha lit Johns line, trail
ers were taken off. and four-motor cara
operated alone at frequent Interval
all day. They were run last nignt aa
Retds all this. Sam Banks, road-
mastrr of the company, sent out along
tlurnaid street and other haunta ot
the unemployed and put HO men to
work witb shovels and brooms at cross
overs and switch points. Tons of salt
were used on the switches, the salt, aa
everyone who has ever enjoyed turn
ing an Ice cream freeser handle knows,
making snow and lea melt.
bred Cooper, superintendent or city
Unas of th company, waa In personal
charge of the task or keeping tha
Ha atarted out at 4 o'clock yester
day morning, and at 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon ho was actively super
Intending the work of a snow broom
In opening the Rose City I'ark line
beyond Kaat Sixty-ninth street.
Soase Trouble Kmperleoeea.
Thla line, the Montavllla line, th
Mount Tabor Una 'and the Hawihorne-i
avenue line, gava the most trouble. Tha
wind had a free sweep at all of them,
with the result that mow drifts would
be blown acrose the rails almost as
eoon aa they wera cleared. Hills also
added to tha difficulty.
Kor a time through the afternoon
the Rosa City I'ark and Mount Tabor
lines were out of commission from Laat
Kixty-ntnth street east. The Rose City
i'ark line waa reopened with the aid of
a motor broom, while two four-horse
road acrapora which atarted out from
Grand avenue and Kait Morrison streets
at o'clock, opened th Mount Tabor
line In lime for the homegolng rush.
Th compsny kept cars In operation
every few minutes over all Ita lines all
last night to keep the. upper hand of
the snow. I latform men were relieved
ss rapidly aa possible and aent home
for a few hour, reat before tacaiing
today big traffic problem, but many j
of them have been on auty 12 ana t
hour, and even longer.
Not a man of them complained,
either. They have worked hard and
loyally to keep trarric moving.
The company would have had a com
paratively essv time of It In msintain
mar aervice. hut for the fact that tha
city wm making no effo'n to clear
streets for trstrtc. so mar. in conse
quence all vehlclea made for the car
tracka. where tha going waa easier. A
few minute after a car had passed, the
anow would bo packed down on th
rails by this traffic again.
Traaaetera May aw Trarha.
Another problem waa to gat teamsters
to drive to one side long enough to let
cars paea. A teamster with a heavy
load would cling to the smooth beaten
path between the rail and a motorman
could ring till h was deaf without
rffert. Th rult wa that car service
wss frequently Impaired In this wsy
and several cars would be bunched to
gether throuah no fault of the com
pany or tha carmen.
Th service given by th csr com
psny which put on extra cars, mstead
of running fewer, affords an Interest
ing contrast with that given by the
On Wednesday morning. December
:. J i.t two work ago yterday to a
day. I" Jitneys, by actual count, were
operating In th morning rush hours
bat a era J J and li or roc . One
week ago yesterdsy. Jsnuary a. when
there. a slight fall of snow on the
around. 11 Jitneys wrw out. And
aaterday morning, with a big IraffloJ
problem lo ba solved, only 41 Jitneys
Aireadv tie snowfsll this January
ba. beaten all records sin e those of
ll. when II. t Inchea fell between
January i and February . I p to S
orlo-'k lt night the snowfall since
January I has been 14 Inches.
The aearest lo this since 1J was
the snowfall of Jsnuary. 1. which
totaled 14 Inches in six dsys. Tha
heaviest aingle day's snowfall waa l.
On Januarv 7. 11J. tere was a snow
fall of i Inches. Total snowfall fpr
the month wss 11.2 Inches.
Yesterday's wind velocity was ap
proximately r miles an hour.-which is
a fairly demonstrative wind at any
time, and particularly so when, it ia
chilled to a point only II degrees above
aero and getting colder.
Thla velocity was that recorded In
the comparatively sheltered nook In
which the Custom-House Is situated.
Many a suburbanite will swear that it
blew to 30 miles an hour In his
vicinity. ' .
Little daunage to telegraph and tele
phone wires waa done in Portland by
the storm. The snow was fine and dry
and did not cling 10 the wires or cross
eaaplalale ,lr Few. .
The pacific Telephone Telegraph I
Company had a few complaint that
telephones were out or order, in every
case the trouble was due to the wind.
not to the snow. District Superintend
dent Halllday aaid that condltiona were
not ao good outside of Portland.
Service was decidedly shaky to the
south, where snow of the sticky va
riety was falling. Late in the evening
wires wera still working through Wolf
Creek Canyon, one of the danger points,
but with no assurance that they would
be working long.
Tho Western l"nlon Telegraph Com
pany reported that It was having -no
trouble at all In tho Northwest, but
that east of Helena, east of Cheyenne
and east of Denver all wiree were
The only way Chicago could be
reached by wire from Portland last
night wss by relay via Los Angeles,
Dallas. Tex., int New Orleans.
PROJECT HAS SUM LEFT
fssvm nrui to br ised to
.. RETIB.K WATKR WARRANTS.
C aaaaalaaiaa In Charge af Plpellae, Xer
Cenaplelcd. Makes Report aa
OREGON CITT. Or Jan. li (Spe
cial.) After completing the constuc
tion of a 2S-relle Matheson Joint, steel
pipeline, with a capacity of between
J.OuO.ono and 4.000.000 gallons a day the
South Fork commission todsy presented
ts final report.
The commission has completed the
project wtth a surplus of 926.h59.SX.
Of this sum. 1:5.500 is to be turned
over to the Oregon City water board
to retire outstanding warrants and
IlJSs.as over to the South Fork oper
ating committee, which has charge of
the upkeep of the line. In addition
to the surplus, the commission hss paid
Interest on f 37S.OOO water bonds, issued
to construct the line, and IK. 450 dis
count on the Issue.
The 115. S00 surplus, with the 1:0.000
to be received from the Ham ley Pulp
It Paper Company for the aite of the
filtration plant, will wipe out the war
rant indebtedness off the water de
The South fork commission, which
directed the construction of the line,
the sale of the bonds and all other
affairs connected with the project. Is
composed of William Andresen, chair
man: M. D. Latourette. L. L. Porter,
W. A. l-ong and R. T. MeBaln. Harold
A. Rands was the engineer in charge
of the project.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
(iEMIlELLA Blt'HAItDS Auilut T.
liembelia. aged V ears. br consent. HIU.
boro. ur, and Jiabcl A. Richards, legal.
04 K.'t Thtrtr-.tath l.
POIlTKP-THOTalSES James II. Porter,
lesal. StiO Ka at Kllty-lnlrd .trees, and Clair
j Thomaan. let.al. a.me addreaa.
TI'llNBLlX-SntCH TV. A. Turnbull.
l-sal. Keerairenlo street, and Laura
Nltach. Iccal. same .lrtr.-a.
ltKOOPOPIX-wn.LIAJlS f!or B.
Rt-sopoplla, lexal. JVhll. Flah, Mont., and
M.rta Vt'llliam. lev. I. I'lark Hotel.
Illl.l.rTK-Oi'HnOEDrR ."amuel W. Mil
ler, lesal. Oregon c'llv. Or., and Mamie
8chrdrr. leial. JST East Twentieth street.
Vsaeeaver Marriage Llcenee.
HCLME-RVEDT Robert R. Hulme, le
sal. of Portland, and Mrs. Emma 8. Ruedy,
lesi. of Portland.
MONTCOM EKT-RAT R. W. Montgomery.
31. of Mo. Or., and Miss Msud Itsy, 23. of
aclo. Or. . .
MARX-PVT3S J. H. M. Msrx. go. of Cbl
ton. Or., and Miss Lena T. Puis, 23. of
WOOLERV-ACKROID-F. C. Woolery. 40.
of Vsnrouvcr. Wiib.. sod Mrs. Bva M. Ack
rod. Z. of Portland.
PORATH To Mr. and Mrs. Anton W.
Poraih 16:i Penlnaula avenue, January
'' VP?Slit.AND To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H.
r. wrndland. Mapleaood -tattoo, Jsnua.-y
"'NEISz' To Mr. and Mr. A. J. Nclss, H3
Esat Hoyt street. January o. a uit
, . .11 v .TIiV Tn Mr and Mrs. EdS'Srd O.
Johnston. SSO East Fiftieth street. January
fiinsTCiv To ur and Mrs. Charles E.
Thurston l-8 Ninety-fourth street South-
asat. January 2. a son.
HCKJ Ml To Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Hoear.
fta-.'l Eighty-sixth street Southeast, Janu
arv . a aausnier.
WEINBERG To Mr. snd Mrs. Abe Wein
berg. vs Park streei. .'snusry . a uausu-
' JACKSON To Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jack
eon Brown Apartments. January 7, a son.
ANDREWS To Mr. snd Mr. Fred E. An
dreas, 147 Esst Ankeny street. January 7. a
WESTENFELDER To Mr. snd Mrs. Otto
Wealenfelder. 11. jaain .treat. i
Do'pDRIDCiE To Mr. and Mrs. Harry O.
Dodrtrltlxe. bi3 Nelson street. January 8. a
'"haiSe-To Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hate. 361
Ruaaell slrrrt. Jaauary 5. a ran
h)J)-H To Mr. and Mrs. David Koch, 403
Esat Stafford street, January . a sob
KlNNr'.L To Mr. snd Mrs. Bernard Kln
nel. POO.". Jteventv-flrat avenue Southeast.
January 8, a daughter.
TRTMBEt. ESTATE Repair tao-.tory
fireproof frsm bsnk, Jbi viasnington
irret between Third and Fourth streets;
bulMSr. Oevcraexh a Startler! 3200.
EMMA y.wICKER Repair two-story
frsme dwelling. S14 Pett? srov street, be
tween Nlnettenth and Twentieth streets:
bullner J.nxlnft Thronaan: SoO.
SPALDING COMPANY Repair two-story
frsme atorr.. Alder street, between Sec
ond snd Third street; builder, Joha Aodcrr
""mrsFANST . TlEVEREAfX Erect
one-and-one-half-.tory frame dwelling H44
R-edwar between Mllkaukle and Eaat
Tenf.th atr-eta: bulidt-r. A. R. Rice; $4.nl.
NORTHERN PAi'lFlC TERMINAL COM-
p a. N Y Repair two-stnrv frame office and
Ian-roam l North Ninth strrel, between
Irving and Johnson eireels: builder, same;
THOM JONES Erect one-story frame
dw.llins 214" Wa.eo street, between Esat
Elslit-vnlli nd E.at Elghly-alghth
tr-1a- hulldr. a.me; $7S0.
HY S.HF.RMKKHOKN Erect one-etory
frame garage, ml Plf ty-elshth avenue
Smilheeat. between Mnety-fourth and
Nla-twlith .lr?. builder, .am.: .
PORTLAND TRIST COM P A N T Hepalr
one-atorr frame nwelltn i:.o l-.at trer-ir.
airt between E.at Flftv-elshtti end Last
SiiTi-th sir-eta" builder, same: .V.
O II STt'HBS Erect to-tory ordinary
wsreboua. 27 i 1'ouch atr-el. between Thtrd
aid Koortr afreets: builder, vl. A. Back
airand; I"oO .,
1 p, RI-Sftv Rep.tr1 lhre--etory ardl
nar. 'rff-e 24 Flanders etrrat. between
Thl-d snd ' Fourth atreeta. builder. F.
V E UIl.sKR Erect one-itnry frame
nrlf. 417 54 rrt. .tra-t. bet.een t'nlon
v.eue .nd Eat Sevrnth street; -builder,
lira) llarheir HeTuil Ronghf.
IIOQt'IAM. Wssh.. Jan. li. fSpelal.
Word haa been received In Hoqulam
that a Navy recruiting office la to be
established on (Jrays Harbor, with Lieu
tenant J. II. Blackburn, Lnlt-d states
Navy. In charge. Lieutenant Black
burn Is In command of the United
State Naval reserve district at Port
land, and in charge of the Navy re
cruiting offloaa at Ppokane. Tortland
and Eugene. This will be the first
time that a Navy recruiting station haa
been located oa Grays Harbor.
BRIDEGROOM III JAIL
Romantic Marriage in Los An
geles Has Unhappy Climax.
WIFE'S RING IS PAWNED
Charles W. .Morrison, Son of Corona,
X. M.. Stockman, Arrested Here
Ten Days After Wedding Fol
lowing Romantic Courtship.
(Continued From Flret Pftge.
lect sufficient money to "carry ma over
for quite a while."
"i did it for my wife." Is his only ex
planation. Bride Is Prostrated.
The bride of less than two weeks,
her dream of love shattered, was pros
trated by the disclosures yesterday
afternoon. The marriage license, issued
Sunday morning, January 2, by his
friend, "Cupid" Sparks, in the County
Clerk's office in Ixs Angeles, was the
second one issued this year in Los
Angeles. The wedding was approved
by her sister. Mrs. D. D. Williams. S23
West Thirty-first street. In Los Ange
les, with whom the bride lived. Rev.
W. Ck Mills, of St. Paul's Presbyterian
Churah in Los Angeles, performed the
ceremony at noon at the home of the
bride, and they left on a boat for Port
land immediately, stopping for a few
days at San Francisco. They had been
in Portland less than a week.
"To think it turned out this way."
wept the young bride at her apartment
in the Karl Hotel yesterday afternoon.
Morrison told the detectives during
the afternoon that he expected to beat
the drafts and checks back to Corona.
N M and LI Paso, Tex., in time to
make them good. His father is wealthy
and he himself had an equity in a large
land holding in New Mexico which he
acquired after passing about two years
in Old Mexico, part of which time be
was at Vera Cruz.
F. S. Alkus, of the Burns agency,
waa present at the ay rest yesterday,
wanting Morrison for passing a 3250
check on the Diamond Palace, of Los
Angeles, with which he purchased a
$125 diamond ring for his bride and
obtained 3125 tn cash. . The -diamond
ring was pawned for 320 after the cou
ple reached Portland.
The arrest came in time to prevent
wholesale operations in Portland for
the 311.500 in forged drafts had been
left with the banks for collection and
no money had been- obtained on them.
It is believed that the receipts for the
drafts were to have been his basis for
forging other checks. .
Morrison had In his pocket, when
"Coffee Don't Hurt Me"
Can he get away with it?
The drug, caffeine, in coffee, about 212 grains to the
average cup, hurts many coffee drinkers, at some time of
life, and often hurts their hard.
Caffeine is a powerful irritant that unsteadies the
nerves, races the heart, disorganizes the digestive organs
and plays havoc with the health of a large proportion of
Of course, there are some who go on drinking coffee
for years, without apparent, harm, at least they don't
suspect it, until the cumulative drug, caffeine, has got
in its work. Isn't it the best'plan to play safe with
health quit coffee and use
This pure food-drink made of wheat and a small por
tion of molasses tastes much like mild, high-grade Java
coffee, yet contains no drug or other harmful element,
Postum comes in two forms: the original Postum
Cereal, must be well boiled, 15c and 23c packages:
Instant Postum, the soluble form, can be made in the cup
at the table, by adding hot water, 30c and 50c tins. . Both
kinds are equally delicious and the cost per cup is about
The better health that follows quitting coffee has
"There's a Reason"
Send 2c stamp for 5-cup sample of Instant Postum.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
. - j .... . . V, l o-- li made
arrrsi-u, an " , - .. -. --.
himuit r sso with the sienature
Charles Ballard St Co.. by Charles Vl
Ballard on the First National Bank. cJ
Koswell. N. M.. and another on th
same company for $a0. lie aomus tn
fnrir.rv f both, according to the d
ti a i i a thrift aiarht draft on th
City National Bank of El Paso. Tex.
with the First aitate Bank of Mllwau
kie. Or., for collection. He placed i-,
draft for 32000 on the Bank of fc
Pao. Tex., with the Bank of Commerc.
of Oreson City, and another for 33 0,.
on the same bank with the First Na
tlonal Bank of Portland.
He signed a cnecK for $500, forgin
the name of the Hutchjngs-Seele
Company, on the Northwest Nations
Bank of Portland. He passed a bogu.
check for $3.75 on the Plummer Drua
Company, and gave the Karl.Hote.
another bad cheek for $15 on an Oregoa
Morrison and his young bride werfj
reared in and near Fort Worth. Tex..
. . , - . i A. i t. : .1 . T Vi v wr-r.-
tne oil mo1-- o. Lite ui tuc. . - - - .
childhood sweethearts and when theM
grew up young .iiunisuu n u - ....
fortune in New Mexico. He was no'
altogether unsuccessful, but not sue
cessful on his own account. He invari
ably was forced to fall back on hi
C.V.. u-ho was a wealthv rancher it
the Corona. N. M., district. This waf
the stumbling block which kept youit;
Morrison from winning the hando
Miss Robinson, and three years ago anti.
v.im when ha could convince hejA
that he could make a good living fo-4
himself ana ner sne wuum m...
Olrl Tries lo Defer Wedding.
He left in pursuit of business which,
carried him to Old Mexico and eventu
ally to Los Angeles two weeks ago.
Three years ago Miss Robinson tolc!
him she would wait a reasonaDie time
When he reached Los Angeles New
Year's day he hurried to her home: toll!
her he was in business for himself and
on his way to Portland to close a busi
"I told him to go attend to tne ousi
ness and then return for me. I would
marry him then and go with him back
to New Mexico or Texas." said the
young bride yesterday. "But he in
sisted and I finally consented, and as
it was a holiday we couia nm .
license that day. Finally Sunday we
obtained one through Mr. Sparks, of
the County Clerk's office, whom Mr.
Morrison knew. Then we hurried to
Portland'on the boat. I did not want
to take the trip north, but Mr, Morri
son had always been honest with me.
and even now 1 know it is some kind
of a mistake. I stood up and took
him 'for better or for worse' and I'll
stand by him now.
"If I could only stand the trouble
myself without worrying my people or
Morrison's finding his old sweet
heart in Los Angeles was as romantic
as the wedding that followed. He only
knew that Miss Robinson lived there
with her sister. He racked his brain
for the sister's name: finally found it
and went to the house. The girl of
his boyhood choice opened the door.
When Mr. Morrison was arrested yes
terday it left Mrs. Morrison without
funds for the present. She is, bow
ever, remaining at the Karl Hotel
while getting into communication with