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OR. CORBY TO STAY
rilOTOGRAPIU SHOWING LARGE GATHERING AT l
AT ROME BEING GREETED BY PORTLAND MINISTER.
2000 LAYMEN OPEfl
Double Celebration Heia ax
a a L
First Universalist Church.
THE 3IORNING OKEGOXIAy. MONDAY, rEBRUAHY
Throng Is Inspired by Tales
Progress of Missionary
SEATTLE FAR SURPASSED
Mn lda-r-rrralc.l Cltlea Ofwn
KrWn lo .Wakrn Mro) of All
C'horrtie lo rri of Inr
rlsn tad Home l lcld.
a-a rrn.-.iro and front Hr "
t" :mot inkioiD Itxl cf At.. "
b n-,lion xry ! th ntl--
C'B Mm a r. f ,'T '-'
T. rT-.fTt'i" rr ini 'Sf wh' h vl
.".r'.lr.-t M'. vrl njnrr
eh! .rim" M' "If"
t rrannar In r..;-'i Mr.
fttrm sad f-'m f:-o:u
' tl:bo'iB L fit off si '
tfcalr. t th U' In.pir...
. to ! th KJl r of "that mr.t-
frtn.- bo.i-ht brtr -.n-f::w.
by proiol rt:a-
jjf Thopotl bad anno'll'-! that
. tm .paaker alt ef t b-t. that
ran- hat "" ,; " rn""
veot;. TS. ai;ras &rocd th
rr.l H. flHr d.-Ur-! that h
waar.'t an e.-t h-it h- anr.'d m
saaiat ad forthwith he r'i-
! "trwiua fiir.t
rntnw I '4 La rv-tara-al-X
cat f il ir was irorh.i..J for
iat tar-off l" . In th
i9:in4 t"S ' I ir.i fcrno
jtn, that ii!utiti(l l bvnfrur. a
earl pf th g'r.anl a.ham. that wo
man la bn rcom.J ti l that mta-
lotrl- f doln a t atnajrl cl
work hit 'i:r ban-ti-'pl f'-r
ul ef moBy. b.!rr n. a-i ilsrnl.
TMn ef li trJitior of th n!
Thlna bat t 1 1 mran lo a counlry
f ct. "it t f ''
w r f !rA i tir.i h-" lr'
ra fnirit n.t h brohm M
fl, a Ihon.unJ tini. n. -t Jrrar
b l I bl to Indta an4 aatabti
.-."ioo! t rolul.iBUa ihiB. rn-
. .l.i.t Khat It mB V-xl th l l
wa ef I'..iX'-.1a aB.l tti Ivufi ef I
Tran.oro afiS at ral mtlo
li In J aa4 irxal ta pi4. i
aa4 M .mmB wax to to crrat
Ba - coDM'lkuQr!i for Id!i-. It l
bow tim for Cbrttta mm to bo no
an4 doin aal that to flKloo ef
Jua Chrlt 1 atvaa to th.o p-opl.
tktl lo lllaatcalca,
Mr. r'lar anno anrtj that h had
)ut r" o ra ii for 1J'. t.
tnirl of It alBA from aa t:pl-(aliaa
of MinnkafoUa. who nt It that l"
M'nul.l iniMi'in tnrro m.Kht bi th
nja (o Ctruiliani' tho ato. tu
W'tnoJ:' boin alfajy tattih-l
Ift.ra. Tbt lHoi th Hrtl of c-c-rtioo
that iBpir l.ita laoiea
in.vmBt. aa4 Mr. Kl.har.
In t?'iBf of th. laltsa tnoa of
th d y Mr flhr iMrncJ to Uwhp
o.)h aaJ ak.a. 'ilow about your
Hijor'" "H i a rrstjit-rr-l on"."
tnoi4 th tih"P. ('! th
au'il.ac lauihJ. ar t ,'r Mr. Thomp
o clil that th Mitor waa r--ttrd
a a Chrtattaa. Mr. 'Uhr tht
:X'.td that Uiior AIS form a
.- immr arfiool for niiionari. ar.
Itat h 'B4 thm ail to India. In ton
,njoi Mr. rtar ar a ont la th
Hin t Ian-4. or nm!Bnic of that
ort. H i4 It bimbI "Victory for
jmfi; aa.i admittad that It waa a Rb
( To auj.ro. ir4 bf a
,k frVrao MlaalaaarlM rUaV.
In an.war lo th quaatioa. 'Who wttl
Afru tomorrow T' which Irin4
tit th.m of hi a41r.. J. I- trw
toar. of -w Tork. at4 that lh Ira4r.
ta inilitarut. tb aritarT Bloar.
tna hool tebr. tr. railway n.
Kr aal "tho da4 mn. M.llarnrt.
woii4 .i fca a tr jr. but ha prdicta4
ltd fe who ahould ml woulj b IB
loiary who tar!il Af'lca." Of hlo
Mr I rothf Mid. "I admtr bt
r.f ilia fruit rf bia labor, of lh
f-i.-ana coBrid. th" fahr i4.
-Ta firat naratxta of African Chn-
t r r.yraota a aaurai iriumrh. Wlttt
m is a tart raM oir morautjr I aa
iRh.rtcaa-.. vim thrta It la aa acbl
mat. ritltaolaal :aaltr Robo Of.
-f aomatim think " aur o-ratlV'l
t.l ja'.iom I a Br. ho la
Africa I thought It waa orty a rnla
Hal ML't-r B'I pl urT. o ar l
it to 4t away from la a tar3
Th nt irrporlaat work lo b
i4 lo Afrt-. tha immad.at a a 4.
I th work of th .R!tr rcmr.
wa "rn-iat corn i r tha bihtoej. an 1
t but ba:'--''iri B.for anth.n
; I doa." daiar4 th rn'aajonarir.
on:y m.f wn ar rcitr4 !
h eas4 th II f ar ad-nitl4 to tb
rnaa:toa. " ar H advf.cod
to ta -n!B ar-ootiBaT. bal will fca
piar lr t.i -.ary for th aftaraooa
A ra ra';n of womn b
. fr thi ftraoor at J lo.-k in
n r'i't Coaratiaal Chsnh M'
r t P--. pr.Jit of th rntfrtf.
ietl X a.liaary :ley. wttl prd.
rr.l riah-. . It Kly an4 If.
Ja-naa r, MNaatoo will .
aoaa Calkor Carly.
x.ro.a tha th ' mt-
--r..--. it nalaut. l'.-r thaa
... - war I ton. but th ! n4
. wi-h thalr -ma-fo;ka
a-t lon bforo t clarM. a'ruck half
mt'mr taraax th aud"r.u- r in.
. .. f-,,...k waa fill.t Th lntart
waa !-aa. Wemao who b4 tfora4
fr Tr o tt th ma ntra!ad In
,.nairad woman w"ia bad
ort4 aa-l praT' l. bad a lk of pri l
ad tParaf iln.aa that at Ul I3ir 4
for'a h4 ba rwardl
-tnl in: a crt dy aak-4 a
. I Ma'hflitt dr"" of hr frlond.
th prMr.t f a rrTtriar trl
: aloaar-r o.-!T. b rIBt.4 t- th
I ruu ef n" nol ta a taly trm
lnr tha Wfti'.o TrrM.
in th rt.a of th Urm. th
a .ta't f wmr rprBta4 rT
; rfjrra iM ry walk It llf-
I,-, thr w- Bn Th'T war a.l
H,n to b'r th bia- m-a by
M, Thoaa who apok and b who
aan ( wro tho only "" pront.
Hattaaal Liayv artlfWiaL
VorrU riiwt and IC!l Toun war
tha two who look tho Laymri M'-
'. naaaa to th won3. Mr.
I or;t. .h-J j-r-aa n ""i
aa- I'' tho womn-
V- r hb. a stirrln ad tr. on
IB tmm--. point ef anity btw.n
m.ai ef diffrBt rr and th am
vrsa a9ai of CinsiiAa'ty u Ba,a-
t mm i wmi.m.vmmimaMMi.'L- Milium iiiiAJUiw 1
i-' J . - :
i . V'1' ' ' - "'7 ' ' J-C-'l- - . 1 1
t ' ' - , . ' I s.: ". H
rl i Xl 5 V ' ' I II
f ' A i - f - ' W 1
j- "- v.r w- :- 'J3
i' ... A - -. " 1
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J i-aiLinaiaw -TJ arV aawi"!' - - A .
r- - , i i I :- ..
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f - :' . -a . Vn. . . . i- I t t
r" ? "' 1. '. 1
jjl ' ' Je:-..
IM . JC - "
13. Km .! of tb c. Latbrrvd al W hit Tri
N'atlnnal itlvl.'loB h dclard to ba ar
tirictal affr a;i and th prejudtrea arls-
lnT from national atvia-.ona iw
wurfhy of humanity.
"Tbr l a phi-al. a moral, aa In
t,;l. tuit and a apirltuafunlly btwen
all m-n, rnrardl-s of rac or color,
and tb on r-l fore that can rv
tha bat that I It all men I tb fore
of tb power of Christ."" a
l.obblro An Ctwwded.
)r Younaa adJrs was umllir to
that io th men. but b IntrodJcrd
adultional stori and ancdota that
wn-o not wr compared by mm and
wif h wouid ha omlbln nw
lo 111. .. . .
Aa on a th womn tntlnc nad
ct'd r of th woman wrnl over
lo tho Whit Ttmpit and stood In tb
..bbr a-rrty tr lnr to rairh a fw
i. arrn thoush ther wcr not al.
lowed ntr. Had thry bn pr
irttt' l. howr. tttr could nol hav
otl.a in. so r-t w. Ih crowd of
m . . ..iifiit will bo at I A
J I- l. and T J) I. and at 13 1
tti.r will b luncb-'n for mmt.rt
th thtnbr cl i
1 n t vu a m
srrvKi:n-H i haw: t.uu.ia
rre-Conrnllon Camivalcn Awaken
Chotrlw. and LajrmeB.
T.n.Mt. Wash., r.b. II IFpeelal.)
totNu.4 or lh advanca outlook
Tor th Uaym.n . Mta.lonary Convon-
lioa. la r-ortiAr!. spaar conowv
wi-h lh ir.omal l "r -
,..i.ia that It would prov Iba
mt n cf th. mi bd ibu
far la th Wat.
It J I". w-auhton. a missionary
-r'..ri..r aatd that rrailminary r.
rwrt from J-ortland show that mor
U,mn t1 r.4-lter4 h.'r
In antr clCOV C I IT mwm v u.-
Th ecBvaetion which el4 In this
rti luauM waa rro-luctlt of mu.a
-.4 .r, i ail th churvh show many
.f.iaiiona a a rult of th
t-il roilstoj wktlne. AH th
i.,.i.r rIaai1d for nnlty. o
that Am.rtc mthl l4 la chrlallaola
lo lb worK.
WHITMAN WILL RUN AGAIN
-If PropW Ar Satisfied I II IV Can
didate Acalo." Saya totrrnor.
NEW YORK. Fb. t Jovmor "oil
man ritratd his candidacy for
H....KH ... nomination for Oovrnor "It
. BoD: ar tl.fl4 with tny atw
ardaht- thus far" H announcamoat
as ronpl4 with a drnlal that ha had
to'a.'k tha nominaiioa tor ;
ond p.r al tl P.ttbtian Natlona
.i i-klrars In Jon, aa i
..M..mii for former alor Tho-
A-.m ' iturton.
i, h .rl been rportd that ha was
willtn to ran for M-Pr..U
,iekt h.ad.d by Mr. Barton. WlUlara
T Borah or Albert R. Cummin, with
tha undriaaina mat ,
llitl sboold bo ivn lh OubernatortaJ
..nl.Mnn In this Stat.
- ...)..!. bar not aireed to any
a i. h nlia nor anTthmr rmoteir Ilk
.. - ..u vf . Whitman I am lorju
Wu.M.a for President. Ha would
,h. eoontry. I wl'.l tat a'.0
t am dairou ef aBother n m.ni
uua Xer Uonanior t ,ut-
a. Uiwai i i rn-.. m t - - - - -
i.al. M..kdl.t i:plaral b-rf b.
CARE OF CLE
Episcopal Church's Pension
SOULFUL' WORSHIP URGED
ni.hop Sumner Acr1 Tlint AVIlll
Small Salarlea Paid MlitlMcra
and Heavy Demand IndlTld
nal Savins Impossible.
-It baa been said of tho Episcopal
Church lhat w marry popi ana
hrm in aood last. L-t us nava
with talk snout Wo1 tt n4 tari
out and lo om real iniiunij -
Lt know mora about our r-umv"
and thn practir it. " " "
Waiter Tarlor Sumner In bis sermon
yesterday morning al St- blephena pro-
T-t k.. hnn ItfwiK aa oil (111. "
. k ah. a.iil ur.lo m. Lit
to into the boua of the Lord." " H
K I. haar.ra ta Bet th habit cl
churcb-olh. to to in th rUht 'P'r't
and assured them that If they did o
... ..u f n.l a blraalna and a mes-
aac vn In ta rmvn
"Ar res really ted: ar you ftlld
with Joy when an opportunity
fared to attend cnurcn;
-I am Inclined to imn n'.
Bishop iumnT. (
arid IX-rlared IWIier.
"W talk, about th 'grand old days'
aav tha da now ar a grand a.
rar tby wr. 1'eopl are bettr. mor
truly rllgloua. in ' "
thr ar lar prcnlaa of young i
men and woman who attend church. !
Hut thr shouia oo mor. .....
th boya and gins oui wi -.mattering
of knowledge about their
relialon and then wonder why t;.elr
faith I ahaken. l-l u raa t"""-"
history atudy and practtr our rilaln
and 11 a gl th children th right
strt.- . . , . .
Prefacing bla rmon. in h
r.ok ef tb great Nation-wld movi-
mnl of in r.pnc"?i
a 11.000.00 ndowmnt fund as a basis
for a paslon system ior r.er,,i...
who hav r',4 th aae of . He
eoocratuiatea uiuvh -
th, atatts In which lh vtm raa o-n
adopted and urged loyalty of hi dlo
cea to tb cause.
rtara-raaaa'a roalllon Relwd.
-Ma.ae aalarlea ara paid to rlargy-
men .erring In what la oftn assarted
to b th rlch church membership
t- amarlca." declared th Bishop.
-Thes mn ar apctd to dre wlU
to hava a good education, to live and
mov among people wher rrnta are
.. to keen open boua. always ap-
.ar cheerful and prerve their physl-
. . i a-iarnr."
That tb clergy could not .ar any
thing from their small aalarlea, IMat
1,.. tira ta tbelr parish they could
.awl aVavg eulaiil bualaaa lalarcaU and
Metbodlat Epleopal Chorea. a Left Kev.
- ... . . .
Orertlaa Ur. a aula . isra. - a.
that the pension system Is tha only
solution, waa tho declaration of the
Thera are itlO men In the active
service of the Episcopal Church In the
I'nfted States. Their average salary
I 11200 a year. This la not all cash,
but Includes the value of a house, when
provided. Mora than 2500 of these
ministers receive less than 11500 a year.
Only 217 Including- 125 blehopa re
ceive $1000 or more, the bishop said.
Mora than TOO men. he declared, are
paid less than 11000 and many of these
TOO are the older ciersy, wun nr
tasks. Th church now Is virtually
carrytna- out a scheme ot retirement ai
i h utiwiiii of Its older men. in ure-
ion 11000 a the minimum salary paid
OFFER IS MADE TO POLES
Germany Would Give Autonomy and
rtecrult 900,000 New Men
IjOXDOS. Feb. 14. A dispatch to the
rost from Its P.erne correspondent aaya
that Germany la making strenuous er
forts to Induce the Pole to acre to
.n. ...tnnnmv under the suscralnty
- . W lW aanl CapmiflV
Z hi e.; . .Hdiiional armv of 900.000
The dispatch add. that Polish leader.
In Swltseriand believe It al Imperative
for tha entente allte. to guarantee)
Pollrh autonomy, which was promised
by th Russlnn Emperor. In order to
prevent tha Polea from accepting th
Ijiundryman Duy Lot.
OREOON CITY. Or.. Feb. ll (Spe
cial.) E. M Blakeslee. of tho Oregon
City Laundry. Saturday purchased a
lot. f. ft. on Water street, and
100 feet on Fifth street, from Gorg
A. Hardlnr for 1000. Mr. Harding
accepted a tract SI bjr TO feet on Rail
road avenue and the alley between
Seventh and Eighth street. part
The Power of
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Title & Trust Building
PASTOR HERE NINE YEARS
In Announcing Decision to Reject
Outside Offer, Wider Mission in
Portland Is Vlsuallied and
Tribute Paid Founders.
Rev. James Corby will remain pastor
of tha First Universalis tnurw. .
Twenty-fourth street and , Broadway
and will not accept the extended
to him to enter anouier
Pacific Coast. This announcement was
...h. v the close of his n-
nlver-ary sermon In the morninK. the
occasion beinff the 22d anniversary of
the foundinit of this cnurcn
ninth anniversary of the pastorate o.
Dr. Corby. , . .
Tha foundlnsr of the rortland church
by Kev. O. H. Shlnn and the work or
those pioneers who assisted him. when
the church was started at the corner of
Hast Couth and East tm-ntn sireei..
was discussed nnd their acnicvem-u
laudrd. Dr. Corby declared Dr. Shlnn
was a modern St. Paul.
"It Is 2i years since i.r. oninn
the little heroic band of pioneer met
and organized this church, at a time
when It was regarded as an outcast
church." said Dr. Corby. "The alte was
procured and the llttla chapel erected.
It waa a heroic, splendid band of men
and women. After Mr. Shlnn came Mr.
HIackmnn. Asa M. Bradley. H. Hoyt and
Re. a W. Small. It la nine years since
I came here. .
"The new location was procured and
on Palm Sunday. 1909. the ground was
broken. The cornerstone was laid in
October by President TafL This Is a
church of the people, by the people and
for tha jeople. a community church.
This Is a home church. It was made
possible by the plft of $5000 by the
General Inlversallst convention and
through the assistance of frienda. it
represents the sacrifices of the early
members, and It Is our business to aee
that It is carried forward alonjr wider
and belter lines than ever before, to be
more helpful to the community and to
the state. There Is no easy, rocking
chair methods in helping the world
about us and carrying the prlnclp.es or
otir religion to humanity."
Dr. and Mrs. Corby were warmly
congratulated by the members of the
conflation and much srat.f cat! on
was expressed that they had decided to
remain In Portland.
DR. I'HF.D FIMIER SAYS FAR EAST
SHED! LIGHT O BIBLE.
Contribution Christian Rellalan Ei
pearled to Ba Increased a Mla
alonarlea Katend Work.
t. i. innnniTii to understand and
thoroushly appreciate the Bible and the
Christian religion witnout an
landing of the Orient.il people. ."
opinion of Dr. Fred Fisher, tor man.
years a missionary in ""'';"""-,'""
vesterdav mornlna; at the First Metho
dist Episcopal Church. Dr. lsher aiso
declared that the greatest contrlbu-
be made by Orientals.
The Christian religion i p. -.....-
,i h. Rible is permeated with the
. i .. n np .mil rei kiuii. iw
1 atmnanbera CUStOmS.'
He said that the question m
. i .... clrknTiinr in
her superiority and limns a iai.cn
was iiuL v.. - . ,,
i i hue rat her in kiviiik -
uruinci - . n
which would be returnea i
ioia. . . . t ... ,,h
In the light or wnai ne imu
in the Orient. Dr. Fleher Interpreted the
eighth verse ot the ioriy-cc..
And all thv a-armenis nnoi
MVK and aloes and cassia.
"The myrrh berries." he said 1 ar
small trystal berriea looking like tear
drops, and figuratively may represent
sympathy. The perfume of the aloea Is
obtained by burying the aloe. v.ood
...n i. .m. In tho ground. Th death
of the tree for the perfume Is alg
niflcant of sacrifice." The cassia he
Interpreted as being representative of
the non-dying quality of life.
... r.. remember." said Dr. Fisher.
i i which occurred when
waa .landing at the rail of a vessel
in Port Said. A typical high caste
minister waa .landing at ray Bid e. On
the dock were a group of Indian,
gathered around eating from a common
.i hv rflnDlng In their coarse bread.
My companion turned to me and re
I -i i v,.t a tiauatlna: Spectacle it
I ii a i j. . " . . . - - - lit,
was that human beings could eat like
that- I harve always
T - nnrl I
i -My dear man. Christ celenraiea me
WW "C, - - . . . . a
If . II XT th&t W8V,
member he .aid: He that dlppeth with
m .in th aon anan uc'iaj 1 1 1
Dr. Fisher I. the leader of the team
of speakers who are to iae a ""
Ing part In the Laymen's convention.
Dr J. B. Trimble, of New York City
..iIa.,i aeeretarv of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, was to have spoken
at the First Methodist Episcopar
Church yeterday, out no a
VISITORS WILL BE HEARD
t ...r. rw-leiratea Will Sneak at
fn j uivu
Chamber of Commerce Luncheon
tr t. Thompson, chairman of th
members council of th Chamber
To the Union 57 years
one of the United States ot America.
This bank was opened 25 years ago February 7.
Both have shown steady and healthy progress. U0O
or more will open a checking account w ith this strong
The United States
Capital and Surplus, 2,000,000.00
The man who clearly understands how to
use the bank has a great advantage over
one who does not.
This bank wishes to help its customers, because it
realizes that the interests of the bank, its cus
tomers and the community are in common.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Portland, Oregon
Capital and Surplus - - - - $3,500,000
Commerce, has arranged ror me p-
peurance at its luncheon toaay oi sev
eral of the leading delegates to the
Laymen's Missionary convention now
n session In Portland, air. inuu.
also chairman of the commniee
n charge of local organization in prep-
ration for the convention, aim una
been very acti?e In the worn.
Fred B. Flshr, team leaner oi
ational Laymen's Missionary move-
rint will he the nrsi speaker.
Dr. James P. McNaughton. recently
rom Turkey, will talk on "ny ui
urks Are Rooting Out the Armenians.
Dr Herbert Johnson, or Boston, win
the third and final speaker on the pro
gramme. LAYMEN TO ADDRESS CLUB
Rotarians Are to Hear Reports on
Conditions In Far East.
Two of the leading men in the Lay
men's Missionary movement, wnicn
eine- represented wltn a convcuuu..
Portland this week, will be guests
of honor and speakers af the luncheon
f the Rotary Cluo at tne oeiinuu i."
tomorrow, ti. w. oiunc.
retary of the Y. M. u. a., win u -""
man of the day.
Fred B. Fisher, team leauer m k...
Laymen's Missionary movement. na
traveled widely in Asia and Europe.
R. Kepler is recently " i
China, where he received uiii
and information aoout mn ..
This luncheon win De tne nrai.
the new corps of omcers, wn . v.
Pike in the president s cnair.
Cattle Thieves Busy.
Cattle thieves who sell their loot in
. v. ranrlipts are Deiieveu uj ik-
police to be operating in the Penin
sula district. The latest theft was re
ported yesterday when a black cow.
owned by Harry ' French. Fessenden
treet and ColumDta oouievarv. "--,.
bv a young man. Several others
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
ct ban Franciaco.
Capital paid in gold coin
Surplus and undivided profits
Interest paid on Time and Savings Deposits.
PORTLAND BRANCH, Corner Third and Stark Sts.
tVItboat Chang En Route)
S. S. BEAR
Satla From Alnaworth Dock
3 P. Feb. 19.
100 Golden Miles on
All Ralea Inclnde
Bertha and Meal.
Table and Service
Tha San Franrlaeo Portland 9. 8.
? Third and Washington Streeta
fwUh o"v. V A X. Co.) Tel. Broad
way 450O, A 6121.
trauilM'v. Portland at l-o Ange.
i.. HieamsbiD Co inwlt uouam.
ul aaura Bl. A Main HO.
NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS.
T.kiM - - .1 Ttarntnnca. connecting
Wellington for Auckland. Sydney and
Australian ports. Kegular sailings .rom faaa
Francisco .March 29. April
... & Awm Send, for DBmonlet
f."'? ... r. Vhl- . af New Zealand. Ltd.
Office Market street, raa Francisco,
or local b. b. aaa a, i. oauua.
I E . f:A P. M.
ago, February 14, as
cows in the vicinity have disappeared
E. A. TYROLL IS DEAD
Resident of Portland for 12 Year.-
Fasses After Brief Illness.
E. A. Tyroll, for 12 years a resident
of Portland, died last night at his
home. 59 North Twentieth Btreet, after
a brief illness. eH was 37 years old
and came to Portland from San Fran
cisco. The deceased leaves a wife, Helene
Botefuhr Tyroll. and a daughter.
Helene Matll Tyroll. He was a son-in-law
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bote
fuhr. Funeral arrangements have not jet
Larceny by Bailee Charged.
Homer C. Noble, a brakeman, was ar
rested last night by Detectives Hyde
and Abbott on a charge of larceny by
bailee in failing to deliver up furni
ture valued at ?216 to O. J. Brown and
J. .T. Carlin. the alleged owners.
lurninv I0VKR AND LIGHT
11 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Notice Is i?lven that American Power and
Liaht t'onipauy will offer to the holders of
It. nruferred stock and voting trust cer
tificates and option warrants for "s com
mon slock a. Wstered on thj books of
he company or of tue voting trustees, as
tht case may be, at the close ot business
on FebruaTy 21 1910. the privilege to eub
?rlb I for an Issue of Bold debenture bonds
bearing interest at per cent per annum,
with the rlcht to receive, upon full pay
ment of subscribtions. option warrants Biv-ln-
tho registered holder thereof the right
opu?chIse common stock of the company,
it nar at any time before March 1, iv-'i.
and after March 1. 1018, the Hunt to pay
fr?erefore w th bonds of this Issue Inas
much as this privilege of subscription wilt
"iuVJr.?!.TnnIv to reKistered holders at the
close of business February 21 1;.
d transfer snouia no irSiviIU . .
or nusiness iu m.
Treasurer. February 1, lot".
M. H. Arnlng,
Compagnle Generate TranaatlantUa
Sailings From NW YORK to BORDEAUX
ESPAGNE Feb. 19. 3 P.M.
LAFAYETTE Feb. 26. 3 P. M.
CHICAGO ?Jarf'2p m
KOCH AMBEAU Mar. 11, 3 P. M.
FOB INFORMATION ATl'l-V
A n tlL.4RI.10N. 2iS Morrisoa SI.
STbAIKD, 100 Third bt.
?OKIH BAN'K KOADr.l
i it I'FRLANI3d aud
d Stark St,
TTT" CS3t ESS VSB aTSfS ffiS S"l
NORTH PACIFIC Hl'iuasiiir vvr.
, SANTA BARBARA. LOS ANGHtts
3 AND SAN DIEGO.
I S. S. ROANOKE
Sails Wednesday, Feb. 16. 6 r. .
in rn warm s&3 kE3 eSB SB
EUREKA AND SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. KILBURN
Sails Tuesday, February IS. 8 '
Ticket Office. 1SJA Third St.
Phones Main 1314, A 1.14.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
C. P. Keaaedi-. At. Si Stark BtM Fortlaad,
aat. Tl a. Baa--