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THE MOItXIXG OREGOXTAX. TliUKSJJAT, JUT 11, 1916.
STEEL PLANT GROWS
Shipbuilding Causes North
west Company to Extend.
SHOPS NOW BEING BUILT
Building of AVays to Begin When
Dredging Is Completed, About
End of May, to Be in Readi
ness for First Keel.
Probably not many persons interested
in a general way in the construction
of a fleet of modern freighters at Port
land realize that establishing- a . yard
for that purpose means that the North
west Steel Company will practically du
plicate its existing- plant, erecting
shops alongside of the present struc
ture so that while the shipwork is go
ing ahead there will be no interference
with the regular trade of the company
In structural steel and other material.
The shipyard is going up on the
south of the main shops, and a force
of carpenters is engaged in framing
for the mould loft, which will be 200
feet long and 80 feet wide. The loft is
on the west end of a strip of ground
reaching about 700 feet to the river,
and the duplicate shops will be placed
east of the loft, leaving a passageway
between. To the south of the buildings
will be the ways and equipment
required in assembling thtfc hull and
deck material, to completely install
which a, considerable sum will be
The fill being- made there by the
dredge Portland is advancing, and by
the latter part of this month it is in
tended to begin building the ways, so
when the filling terminates all will be
in readiness to lay the first keel. Steel
ordered from the Kast should be on
the ground about June 1 and from then
until the height of construction, when
probably close to 1000 men will be on
the payroll, there should be no cessa
tion of activity.
The establishment of the new plant
is not solely to take care of vessels
now contracted for, the company intending-
to bid for other jobs so long as
it in possible to compete with other
American plants in turning out steel
South Portland is going ahead as a
shipbuilding center, the Portland Ship
building Company having its plant a
short distance south of the steel yard,
and it is said a site beyond there is
being considered for a wooden motor
SPRUCE GOES TO ADELAIDE
Carrier Dove Is Ready for Voyage to
Antipodes With Lumber Load.
More "than half of the lumber cargo
of the schooner Carrier Dove, cleared
yesterday for Adelaide, is madeup of
spruce, there being- 462.154 feet aboard,
that is valued at $4881,54 and in addi
tion is 443,360 feet of fir at $4235.80.
The vessel was hauled through the
bridges from the Multnomah mill to
the lower harbor yesterday afternoon
and leaves down tomorrow. The steam
rr O. M. Clark sailed yesterday for
Mazatlan with 500,000 feet of lumber
and 38.0001ineal feet of piling.
The British steamer Hazel Dollar will
get 'away from Westport tomorrow
with a full cargo of fir for China and
the barkentine Echo will be the next
dispatched from Portland, she being
at the North Pacific completing1 her
load for Australia,
IIOSE CITY NOW IX S EH VICE
Noisy Farewell Accorded Liner on
. First Trip iu 191C.
"Whistle salutes and dipping the colors
signalized the departure of the steamer
Kosts City, Captain Rankin, yesterday
for California on her first trip since
January 1, wince when four new boilers
were installed, a job that enriched
Portland contractors and lirms by ap
Fred A. Ballin, patentee and builder
of the boilers, left on the vessel to
watch the steaming' features as far as
Astoria. William Lovell, master me
chanic, will f?o as far as the Golden
Gate. G. L. Blair, general manager of
the line, who spent most of the past
month here because of the overhauling,
departed for his San Francisco head
quarters, and Harbormaster Speier was
aboard on his way to San Francisco.
OCKLAHAMA IX COMMISSION
Tort Tow boats Will Take Dredg
Tualatin to Multnomah I'alls Today.
Like the return of a deepwaterman
after a lonij voyage was the reappear
ance of the Port of Portland steamer
Ocklahama in the harbor yesterday,
following a period of repairs dating
back, to the ice trouble in the Columbia,
when the towboat was struck by the
steamer Temple E. Dorr.
Thn Ocklahama has been pressed into
service with a pickup crew owing to
the demand for log rafts. She shifted
the schooner Carrie Dove through the
bridges yesterday, and, with the dredge
.tenders Pronto and John McCraken, will
take the dredge Tualatin from the
Peninsula mill to Multnomah. Falls
PIBL1C DOCKS IX DEMAND
Kast SUle Wliarf Assured of Xearly
Capacity Business for Time.
High water conditions have drawn
many requests to the Commission of
Public Docks for space in which to
atore various commodities, but only
Dock No. 1, at the foot of Seventeenth
street, is available. Pock No. 2. . at
the foot of East Washington street. Ts
holding considerable freight now, and
there Is a shipment of 1,000.000 feet of
hardwood and 500 tons of sulphur due
from the Far East this week to go
there. The lower level there is covered
by the freshet.
The vessel bringing Oriental cargo
will also discharge 1200 tons of sulphur
at Dock No. 3. St. Johns.
Freslict to Pause Today.
Between 8 o'clock yesterday morning
and 6 o'clock last night the Willamette
Kiver rose only .2 of a foot.
as shown on the official guaire, at
taining a stage of IS feet above zero.
Assistant Forecaster Drake, of the
"Weather Bureau, says the river will
come to a stand today at 18.1 feet and
fall slowly for a few days. For 24
hours ending at 8 o'clock yesterday,
the gain was .2 of a foot.
Grain Cargro Is Cleared.
Flans for towing the British bark
Invergarry to sea today have been
changed until word is cabled by the
owners to Captain King and it is pos
sible she will get under way tomor
row or Saturday. She was cleared
yesterday for the Azores for orders,
with 22,407 bushels of wheat valued at
$21,287 and SO. 6 17 bushels of barley
valued at 56.ll5.
Mate Wanted on Dollar.
Agents for the British steamer Hazel
Dollar, which is due to leave Westport
tomorrow for China, are in search of a
man to ship as third mate at $60 a
month and even though it is stipu
lated a licensed officer is not required,
a wide awake sailor being acceptible,
it has proven no easy matter to obtain
a man. The vessel is to return to the
Coast on discharging her cargo.
Northland in Port Again.
Thoroughly overhauled and reported
in better condition than since the early
days of her career, the steamer North
land reached the harbor last night from
San Francisco with a cargo of &00 tons
of general freight. On discharging the
vessel works a return cargo of lumber,
sailing Saturday, and then will be pre
pared for an engagement of six months
in Northern waters, operating between
Puget Sound and Alaska under an at
San Pedro Is the destination of the
steamer Olympic, which was cleared yester
day with a lumber cargo measuring 730,
Carg-o aboard the gasoline schooner
Ahwaneda, cleared yesterday lor .Ban don.
totaled 75 tons. Inbound she brought 73
tons of coa, 150 cases of cheese and two
tons of merchandise.
Port of Portland Commissioners will
gather in regular session at 4 o'clock thin
afternoon and in the main routine matters
are expected to be taken up.
United States Steamboat Inspectors Ed
wards and Wynn have set V o'clock this
morninc as the hour when an Investigation
wli be held in connection with the steamer
Grahamona having been struck by the draw
of the Morrison-street bridge at t o'clock
Annual Inspection of the f ireboat David
Campbell wilt be conducted today at the
instance of United titates Steamboat In
spectors Edwards and Wynn.
To look after details of steamboat opera
tions on the Snake River and Coeur d'Alene
Lak "Captain" Budd, commodore of the
O.-W. K. & X. fresh, water fleets, has
left for the interior.
Largest of the passenger lists carried
this season from Portland to Upper Co
lumbia points was on the steamer J. N.
Teal leaving yesterday, says Charles Steel
smith, manager of the line. One party of
25 was bound for Arlington to work on
the highway. The steamer Twin Cities
left Lewis ton for Portland yesterday and
is looked, tor here tomorrow night.
Of two horses that fell into the river
at the foot of Oak street Tuesday night,
being on their way to The Dalles, one
was drowned. O. J. Jones, of The Dalles,
w as th e owner.
Advances In the. northbound tariff an
nounced last mouth by steamship lines op
erating between Portland and California
harbors became effective yesterday.
Insisting on being paid immediately,
though tomorrow is the regular payday,
men employed to assist longshoremen In
handling cargo on Ainsworth dock yester
day made demands, but were not success
ful. Stevedores, as well as steamship lines,
have designated paydays, only advancing
them, as a rule, when holidays intervene.
It was reported yesterday that wheat
was 'being assembled on Puget Sound for
shipment to the United Kingdom next
month aboard the British steamer Teucer,
of the Iodwell line. There will be another
cargo loaded here, that for the British
steamer King Malcolm, due shortly from
Xew8 From Northwest Ports.
COOS BAT, Or., May 10. (Special.) The
steam, schooner Cleone. which reached port
last night. Is loading at the Courteney mill
on Isthmus Inlet,
The steamship Breakwater arrived from
Portland at 0:30 this morning and sailed
for Eureka in the afternoon at 4:30.
The North Bend Mill & Lumber Company
is sawing: on a luO.Ouo spruce order for the
Olen Martin Aeroplane Company, of Los
The steamer Adeline Smith arrived from
San Francisco at lO o'clock this morning.
GRAYS HARBOR May 10. (Special.)
The steamer Carlos got out this morning for
The steamer Grays Harbor arrived early
this morning, and after discharging freight
here proceeded to the Ljtle mill in Hoqulam
The schooner King Cyrus completed load
ing at the A. J. "West mill today for
Australia and will sail probably the latter
part of the week.
ASTORIA, Or., May 10. (Special.) After
discharging fuel oil at Astoria and Port
land, the tank steamer Argyle bailed today
The tank steamer W. F. Herrin sailed this
morning for California, after discharging
fuel oil at Portland.
The gasoline schooner Tillamook sailed to
day for coast points with general freight.
A wipe leas message received this morn
ing by the Columbia River Packers' Asso
ciation stated that at S o'clock last even
ing the cannery ship St. Nicholas wa at
Unlmak Pass. She was making fair progress,
and all were well on board.
Bringing freight for Astoria and Portland,
the steam schooner Northland arrived this
morning from San Francisco.
Tho steamer Sue H. Elmore sailed this
afternoon for Tillamook with freight from
The steam schooner Santa Barbara sailed
today for San Francisco with lumber from
The gasoline schooner Delia arrived today
from Nestucca with a cargo of cheese for
NEW CAMPAIGN BEGUN
POLK RKPt'BLICAX COMMITTER
PLAXS BIG .MEETI.(iS.
Individual Appeal Will Not Be Allowed
and Dlscusaion Will Be on
DALLAS, Or.. May 10. (Special.)
Initiating a new system of campaign
ng in the primaries, the Polk County
Republican County Central Committee
has arranged a series of political meet
ings in various parts of the county be
fore the primary election.
All candidates are expected to be
present, but speaking will be limited
to two or three, and those who speak
will confine themselves to a discussion
of party principles. No personal ap
peal will be permitted from the plat
form, but candidates will be afforded
the opportunity of mixing with the
people in the different sections of the
county and becoming acquainted.
The meeting at Airlie scheduled for
last night was given up owing to the
heavy rains or the past few days, mak
ing traveling too difficult- Perrydale
will hold a Republican pow-wow to
night, and for the rest of the week the
candidates will Journey forth teach
The race between Ben W. Olcott and
Charles B. Moores for the nomination
for Secretary of State in this county
is most interesting. Each has strong
friends ami supporters.
MAY DAY TO BE FESTIVE
Pacific College Has Programme to
Be Given Friday,
FOREST GROVE. Or.. Mav 10.
(Special.) The annual May Day of Pa
cific University will be celebrated on
next Friday. An entertaining pro
gramme has been provided.
From 10 o clock until noon will oc
cur the processional crowning of the
queen, folk dance3 and the rninuet ;
from 1 o'clock until 3 tennis tourna
ment; 3 o'clock, baseball game; from 6
to 7:30 lunch on the college campus
and 7:30 until S stunts by various col
At S o clock the play, "The Ro
mancers." will be given as the con
cluding exercises of the day.
Cliclialis Club Plans Recital.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. May. 10. (Spe
cial.) The Chehalis Male Chorus Club,
under the direction of Mrs. J. V. Kidd.
of Seattle, has decided to give Its first
recital Friday night. May 19, in the
high school auditorium. The chorus has
appeared but once this season and Che
halis music lovers have been anxiously
awaiting the coming recital. The
ladies chorus will assist with one or
two numbers and the joint chorus will
sing "The Recessional" and Tostols
"Goodnight, Goodnight My Beloved."
HOME OFFER fiOEl
M- - , , . l.f I
issinq Young woman oan
Have Good Position.
RELATIVES' SEARCH FUTILE
Clew Ends at Streetcar Trestle
Near Columbia lllver and Sui
cide Is Feared Because of
A home, with board,' and a position
paying J50 a month awaits Miss Ella
May Harris," pretty Normal School
graduate and teacher, who disappeared
last Friday afternoon from the home of
her friend. Mrs. Frank: A. Thompson,
S85 Franklin street.
The offer has been made by Mllo C.
King, City Attorney of Gresham. Or.,
who yesterday sent a letter to Captain
of Detectives Baty. The detectives and
relatives of the girl continued their
season, but with disheartening results.
No trace, further than that which led
to the trestle over Columbia Slough and
there ended, has been found.
Attorney King made the offer as soon
as he learned the girl was despondent
because of lack of work, and when he
ascertained she was well educated and
The offer was in marked contrast to
the rebuff received by Miss Harris Mon
day afternoon, when she applied for
work at a home on Johnson street in
Portland, and was told that because of
the publicity which had been attending
her case she was an undesirable. This
rebuff, which came after the girl had
once been dissuaded from jumping into
the water at Vancouver by a soldier
from the Barracks, apparently was the
"last straw. and -the girl made her
way by streetcar to the trestle, where
the clew was lost.
Miss Harris left the Thompson home
Friday afternoon. On the bridge at
Vancouver Private Xorthneff. attracted
and learned she was mentally distressed
UJ " 1 1 i . " . I ! . . "
and that she was considering- suicide.
He directed her to the homo of Mrs.
Lillian McEroom, in Vancouver, where
bhe was cared for, 'jut from which she
disappeared Monday afternoon.
Relatives of Miss Harris and the de
tectives were about reconciled last
nieht to the belief that the eirl had
committed suicide. Owing to the high
water In the rivers and slough, those
places were not draerged last night.
E. L. GAUDETTE SUCCUMBS
President of South Bend Timber Com- I
paiiy i -.
SOUTH BEND. Wash.. May 10. (Spe-
rlnl.l Oeoree R. Cartier. vice-presi-
dent of the South Bend Mills & Timber!
Company, received a telegram from
BellinKham yesterday notifying him
of the sudden death of his brother-
in-law. E. L. Gaudette, president of the
South Bend Mills & Timber Company,
Mr. Gaudette had been in a Bellineham
hospital for the past few days suffer
ing from acute indigestion
leaving the hospital in an automobile
with his sister. Mrs. Cartier. he ex
pired. Mr. Gaudette was about 54
vears old and was one or tne pest
miilmen and lumbermen of the Pacific
DUE TO ARRIVE.
K. A. Kllburn
Breakwater. . . .
Ros City ,
. . San Francisco. .
. .i? tx Oieieo ......
. .Ios Anpeles. . . .
. Han Dier-'o
. Ivjs An&eles. -. .
, May 1 IS
. May i:
. May 17
. Mav -M
DUE TO DEPART.
"Willamette. . . .
Harvard . ......
F. A. Kllburn. .
Celilo . . . ..
. San Dies
.S. F. to U A
.San Francisco. .
.San Diego ,
Ijos Angeles. . . .
t . to iv. a. . .
.San Dlejfo May 13
. . .San Dieiro. .
. . .San Francisco. .
. . .Ios Anceles. . . .
. . . San Francisco. .
. . . San Dleg-o
. . . Los Anseles. . -.
. . May
Movements or Vessels.
PORTLAXP, May 10. Arrived Steamer
Northland, from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers Rose City, for San Pedro via
San Francisco; Willamette, for San Diego
ia way ports; O. M. Clark, for Mazatlan;
Olvmpic. for San Pedro via Rainier.
Astoria, May TO. Sailed nt 5 A. M..
Fteamer W. F. Herrin. for San Francisco.
Arrived at 7 and Wt up at 1 A. M.,
steamer Northland, from San Francisco.
Sailed at :no A. steamer Argyll, for
San Francisco; at 9:30 A. M., gasoline
schooner Tillamook, for Coos "Bay; at 1 1
A. M ., steamer Sue H. Elmore, for Tilla
mook. San Francisco. May 10. Sailed at 11 A.
M.. steamer Beaver, from Portland for San
Pedro. Arrived at noon, steamer J oh an
Poulsen : at 2 P. M.. steamer Alcatraz.
from Portland; at 3 P. M.. steamers Great
Northern, from Flavel ; El Sesundo, from
Coos Bay. May 10. Arrived at 7 A. M.,
steamer Breakwater, from Portland for San
Diego via way ports.
San Pedro. May 10. Arrived at 6 A. M.,
steamers Temple E. Dorr and Shasta, from
Portland. May 0 Arrived and railed,
steamer F. A. Kllburn. from Portland and
way ports for San Df '5o.
San Francisco. May 10. Arrived Steam-
era Nlchlyi Mart (Japanese, from Otaru;
Daisy Putnam, from Wlllapa; Fair Oaks,
from Grays Harbor: Johan poulsen. Great
Northern and Alcatraz, from Astoria. Sailed
-steamers Conxress. ror Seattle- Hornet.
for Vancouver; ship Talus British), for
Seattle, wash.. Mav 10. Arrived Steam
ers Tsiyo Maru (Japanese, from Darten;
uy ot Seattle, rrom sou tneas tern A laska;
t . S. S. Befir. from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers Admiral Pchlev. F. S. Tvum and
colonel K. I L'rnKe. ror i-an r ra ntseo ,
inKai Maru (Japanese), tor ladlvostok;
Dolphin, for goniheantprn Alaska.
Marconi AVirelcs Reports.
f All position reported at 8 P. M. " unless
Paralso. San Francisco for Peru, 1S75
mns iouth or San r ranclsro. Mav p.
Moffett. towinsr barge 93. Balboa for
Kichmond. lOKT miles south of Tigntshlp.
San Jose. San Franrlsco fnr Balboa, lti40
mnes souta or mti i-rancisco.
Klamath. Guaymas for San Francisco, 670
mups soutn or han rranrisco.
Newport. Balboa for San Francisco, 600
miles soutn or .san h ranclsro.
Kilburn, San Dieeo for San Francisco,
lft miles south of San Pedro.
Jim Butler, port Townsend for San Fran-
Cisco. 2. miles south of Destruction Island.
Iurline. Honolulu for San Francisco,
miles iron) San r rancisco. May .
China. Orient for San Francisco. 101 miles
from Honolnlu, May .
Hyades. Honolulu for San Francisco, 1674
milfs from San r rancisco. May P.
Sherman, Manila for San Francisco. 1856
miles from Iran Francisco. May 9.
Georgian. Hilo for San Francisco, fru
miles from Hilo. May 9.
Atlas. Kahulul for Richmond, 1145 miles
from Richmond, May 9.
Enterprise. Hilo for Ssa Francisco, 726
mile from San Francisco. May 9.
Hilontan, Seattle for Honolulu, &05 miles
from Caie Flattery. May 9.
Thomas. San Francisco for Manila, 10H3
miles from San Francisco, May .
Beaver San Francisco for ban Pedro, 30
mites south of onnt bur.
Multnomah. Grays Harbor for San Fran
citfr-o. 20 miles north of Point Arena.
Congress. San Francisco for Seattle, 6i
miles north of Point Reyes.
. Col. Drake, with barge 91. Seattle for
Richmond. 3S miles from Seattl
Coronado, San Francisco for Aberdeen, 20
nines soutn or munts tter.
Celilo. St. Helens for Saa Francisco, 30
mnes soutn or Kianeo.
Buck. San Luis for Vancouver, 521 miles
Bonn ot wan i.uis.
Mills. Portland for Martinez. 324 mil
Breakwater. Coos Bay - for Sureka, 40
1 mile souta ot coos Jay.
IIATINLE BAITY 230
Ralph Golden present
A cyclonic musical comedy, -with tuneful
meiomc ought in.. .trumB iceMr d
the prettle.t of Bins.
OTHER BIO ACTS S
BoiM. first row balronv mta K
phone. Curtain. t:u. 1 and .
Corner VaGcti mad TwrDtj-loartk St a.
May . 10. 11. 12, 13. 14.
Games Btrla Weekdays at 3 P. M.I
SsadaTS. 230 P. M.
Reserved Box Beats for Sals at Ed
wards' Clear Stand. Sixta and
Ladles' Days Wednesday aad Friday.
iueas. ' 1 Sea-undo for Seattle. ITS miles
north of San Kranclaco.
Queen. Seattle tor Saa Francisco. .3
miles north of Blanco.
Vessels Cleared Yesterday.
British ) m rt I nv.r.nrrv i,r,n rt? mfn
for Azores tor orders.
American scnooner Carrier Dove. 003.514
feel-.lumber, for Adelaide.
American steamer Hose City, general ear
so, tor San Francisco.
American steamer Olympic, 730.O0O feet
lumber, for San Pedro.
Gasoline schooner Ahwaneda. general
VesaeU Kntered Yesterday.
American steamer nlvmnii. I,. : i wtm
Gasoline schooner Ahwaneda. a-eneral
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. M.V 111 Cnnriltlnti nf -
bar at 5 P. M. Sea moderate, wind north.
" eab ZBlieS.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
7:13 A. M 6.3 feet l:.-, A. M. .3.3 feet
tr. At i.a reet l:.H p. M 1.7 feet
COLEMAN FIGHT STARTS
AXOTHER WILL. OF late LANE
COUMY CAPITALIST IS FILED.
Florida Woman Appear, aad' Contest
Beslm. at Eirese Dlrorra Ap
peal Prods After Death.
EUGEXE, Or.i May 10. (Special.)
A will contest involving- the estate of
John B. Coleman, pioneer Lane County
capitalist, who died at Key West. Fla..
March 28, was inaugurated today.
Before' leaving Eugene for Florida,
in February, Coleman, who was 86
years of age. had his marriage to his
I '6-year-old bride of a few months an
nulled on the ground that he was in
competent to enter into the marriage
because of his weakened mental condi-
The case was up on appeal to the
supreme court at the time of his death
Before leaving the city he made a will.
bequeathing his estate to relatives in
Kentucky. This will was filed sev-
eral weeks ago.
Today Lulu Sawyer, of Key "West, put
in an appearance with a will which
she asserts is the last will and testa
ment of Mr. Coleman.
Coleman a few years ago owned
property in Lane County valued at
between 10,000 and $10.000. He was
involved in many lawsuits, invariably
claiming wrongful advantage had been
taken of his weakened mental condi
tion. His estate at the time of his
death amounted to J 5500.
The appeal from the decree annul
ling Coleman's marriage is still pend
ing in the Supreme Court.
CI. cm aw a Students GItc Kxliibltion.
CIIEMAWA. Or., May 10. (Special.)
Tumbling, somersaulting and high
jumping, interspersed by fancy drills
and musical numbers from the junior
and senior brass bands at the Indian
School furnished a programme Satur
day evening in which 400 students took
part, and which was enjoyed by a large
number of visitors. .Sixty girlsMook
part in a. fancy scarf drill, and an
equal number gave a dumbbell drill.
A fancy march was made by 50 small
girls. Seventy small boys appeared in
calisthenics, in addition to the Indian
club drill. A rifle drill was given by
60 boys. Professor I. S. Loos was in
charge of the brass bands, while Miss
Gertrude Brewer played the piano for
the calisthenics. E. A. Smith directed
Sutberlin Young AVoman Dies.
'ROSEBURG, Or., May 10. (Special.)
Miss Esther Larson, of Sutherlin.
died at Mercy Hospital here today, aged
22. Miss Larson was born in Mlnne
sota and. accompanied her parents to
Oregon four years ago. In addition
to leaving her parents, she Is survived
by one brother and four sisters.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally and Ban amy.
bme a two conseratlTe time. ,
tmmm md three consecutive times,
bme ad six or seven eoosecotive ume jm
The Dove rmi - appij so MTcnueaifa
nnder "New Today saiu mix ouiet riswmci
lion except me laiiowuii
Situml IOD v Dira mua,
Mtutiins V anted nude.
For Kent, Rooms Private Families.,
Hoard and Koora Private Families.
MouMkerpinc Koom Private Families
AUvt oo the above clsswtf Ire lions A 3 cestts
Hue escta insertlosu
Tba Oretoalaa will eerept classified sd-
veiUements over the telephone, provided
u. avlvpriiasM1 la a suttacritMir of Math
pbone. AO pnr win m quoiea over ins
Shone, Din out wui o tmurrea ino iouowuf
ay. Whether wbiequeat advertise men La
will oe accepiea over toe pi. one oepeotu
upon the prompmn piynrot oi m le
an d 'Personal" advertisements will swi e
accepted over the telephone. Orders tor eee
lniertioD only will be accepted for "rural
tore for tie, Huu" Opportunities,"
'atoomtnir-nouBca ana v buku m nai.
On "rhirtr advert memrnti cnaraea will
Ka ha4f. on the number of lines euueerina
t be paper, rrv arui r-t oi v. no n umner oi
word la eacn line. Minimum charge, twe
AHvrrtlM-nents to receive roTer clawd-
fleetlon must be In The Orrtonlas. office
before :a o'ciock niarnt. except Eenr
,y. cio-uns noar ior iw Banaay v;
nnLn win do i low o'ciock piioroir mx
Th Africa will be oneu until 10 o'clock . M.
a uual, end ell ads received toe lota tec
proper clarifies tion will be run under Use
Ilea (tine l oo laie io ciwiiuy
TelenuoaefrS aiain ?u.u. i
AUCTION 8 A US TODAY,
At Baker's Auction House, 16-1C Park
t. Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
OREGON COM M AND EH Y,
K. T. dDeclftl today (Thurs
day) at 4 o'clock P. M. Ked
Cross. Regular conclave
7 :3. followed by cards an
social, as usual. Brinr a Sir
Kjiignt with you, no win appreciate ir.
MACCABEES. DOINGS Portland Tent No.
1 and Review No. 7 will rive a card party
and dance at tneir nan at 4m Aider street.
this t Thursday) evening-. May 11. Good
n rites. Maccabee Orchestra. A rood tiros
assured. Admission 15 cts. All Maccabees
and their friends invited.
T7TOPIA REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 62.
O O. F. Regular meeting this Thursday)
evening In Orient Hall, E. 6th and Aider
sts., ioliowea Dy m party. vooa prizes.
Admission 1- cents, including refreshments.
JBSSIE W. HENDERSON, bee
DANCE for Rose Festival Queen tonight.
Foresters Hill. 19 Fourtn, lU PrUe waits.
26c per couple . .
This directory la tVi- tha Infnrmstlnn
the different Ihiea of bu sines a which the average person may find occasion to
uae. Any information wnich cannot bo found here will ba gladly furnished by
Phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
fca, bTEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cord, aldtt pk-ut, buttons covt-rwd; mall
orders. plttocs: block. Broadway lout.
HEMSTITCHING, buttons and pie Una or
SaH promptly filled. Elita Button Shop.
JO- si orris on at,, opposite Olds sUn.
riiLATlNG, hemstitch. n. buttons covered.
Eastern Novelty Co.. 60 Mb, Bdwy. '.WOO.
ASrtAYfcltg A1 ANALVhTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OF KICK. 13
silver and platinum boujht
y, J. MAKKL1M Probata, real estate, mtn
lnc and corporation law; abstracts and
titles examined, written opinions furnished.
H34 Northwestern Bunk bld. Main 574c.
UK AH AM. BECKETT A COOPEK. General
practice; abstracts examined. 001-3 Piatt
. bids, phop Main &8stt.
1 M. JONES, M. U. CANCER TREATED.
' Alberta bU Woodlawa 4KM.
iLUFF RUGS FROM Ol.D CARPETS.
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc North
west Rug Co.. Ib8 E. bth. Both phones.
CELL! IAU f TTt !. HA IK, fcJS.
THE IRWIN HODSUN COsPAM'.
87 Washington Bt Main 81J and A 121V4.
William. Estelle and William. Jr.. Deveny,
the only sUentlric chlrouodista In the city
Parlors 3u2 OerlinKsr bid., southwest
corner 2d and Aider. Pn0n Main
CH1ROPOOY ana psdlcurlnc Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Office Kllcdoer bid. Main 7.
DR. McMAliON Chronic cases, takins; time,
SI treatmenta w.-t h X."il : so.onam w.
health, wealth. 2U6-0-1O-1 1-12 Macleay bid.
NETU St. CO., Worcester bld. Main 17W.
No collection, no charge. Established 11MM.
N. O. E K LUND, 313 Henry bid. .Main 5S12.
Contracting architect; financing; pians free.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessoiis dally; cli
Tuea. Pri. eve.. to IU. 1O0 2d it, beU
W'uh. and Stark. Main 22V b. Lessons 2&e.
MLLREY BLDG., 2d and Morrison 10 les-
sons classes Mon. Krt. eve. Mar 313.
LA GENE UK REAL", Oriental. Spanish, toe.
iure. bypt lancy, Russian, jaatn mix.
LRKss SUITS for aals or rent at low pries.
"We buy d-esa suits at 51 aid SU
rK, KAK. NOSt ANU THROAT.
Treatment by special .t ; glasses fitted. Or.
r. r. easseuay, oil Dekum bldg-. .td m Wo.
J-1RK INfcl KANCtk.
PACIFIC STATLj F1KK INSL'KANCI CO.
PANAMA HATS cleaned. blocked. 73a,
straws, felts. :-Oc; guaranteed, -bi Wtib,
near 4th. Sd. near btark. 44 d. M. 7ue.
V. E AHE tb. best In cleaning, blocking and
mr.i imn mil. JJt 1st St. Jdaln
LAWX MOHtK t.Kl.VDlNO.
OREGON GRINDERY. 6harp.ns 'sm bstt.r
ior leas l. atar. 781. 304 th au
OBEuON S reliable. Tabor 84S.
And feather renovating, fhene u tH74.
HASTY MKSSKNUKK CO. Motorcycles and
blcyclea Fhone Main S3. A 215,
Co. WILL. CLOtiB
OCT FOR CASH.
$4oO Haines Bros. &
45 Uradbury . 4i
UoO Larg. Up
fJun iioudolr Up
9 400 Chicken n. a.tA
TO FIRST CALLElt, 109 4th STKEBST.
Storage, toe Month.
AVHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
Al'TO AND Bl'tKi Y TOPS. XU.-l.TU.ll AX1XU Utt KRAt.tA.
DtrBRUlLd.B m'UBT TOP CO.. 20 Id at. WEIVHARUS GULDEN AMBER .NECTAR.
lltaiiry Welnhard I'lant, latu and liurnalda.
AUTO M'RINtlW MANfFACTVRING. Phme Main 7'J. A 1172.
Q , -cro CDDiur.rn 0Mf- "nd repair- A' LAIN AND LI U1UCAT1NU OIIA.
-kAnt-rl ofHINOUJae'm, ; suoo springs W. p. FULLER Co.. I-ih and Davis sta
S&SS litntOCt" Couch. PAINTS. OILS AND oLOS.
-r RASMLEX A CO.. i:d and Taylor sta
UA.,Al.E (llE(ktl) AT UO.UK. f
Baggage A Omnibus Trau.fer park Ac Uavla PlPfc. Pil'E 1 lTTlNti A.ND VALVLH.
M. L. KLINE. o-d Front st.
Royal ker"a.Rc:".?nc'iJl?k and Everett. mu1 kEJ.? B. MM VronVV1
vr .r TirMJblT?,l:,t;,Vii!'T3' I'RlNTLr.3 AND P UI.1HEKH
M H. HOLSEH. Board ot Trade bldg. PDIWTIWR W BALTES AND COM PANT
OKOCEKd. rniHllllO Flr't A osk Sta Mln !;. A 115
WADTTAM3 A CO.. 7-7o Fourth St. I'lllllIKE IOJUIISMUX MERCHANTS.
liAXS ajjb CAPsT EVERDINO & FAKKEI.L. 14o Front .u
THANHAI'SEll HAT CO, ij-5i Front St. KOPE AND BINliINU TWINE.
Portland cordage Co., 14tli and Norlhrup.
HlDtS. WOOL, t ASCAKA BAKK. .TW ,..,.
KAH.-l BROS.. 1(1 Front St. SAl ET K.AZOK HONLNt..
AUTOM AT 1C KEEN EUrtF, CO.. 11H 4th.
BRADSHAW B K o M o"on and Tth r. w p T-LEr'TO..!?. a.yttvl. sta
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR. " WALL PAPEeL
rOI.I'MPlA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 6th St. MOROAM WALL PAPER CO.. 219 d St.
MEET EN O NOTICES.
B. P. O. ELKS. NO. 142
B?fcul..r meettiiff th( i Thu ra
ti ay rvonlnjt. Elks Tmpi,
H o'clock. Initiation. Visit
ing brother w leprae. By or
der of tho E. K.
M. K. SiPAUMMN-G.
EUREKA rOl'NCTTs, NO.
204. K. AND I.. OK S.
Mmber r requettd to t
tend tli funeral of our lnt
mister. J,cuie tmrich. at thu
chapel of F. t. Dunnlnir,
Kat Side Funeral Lirectnr,
J .10 P. M. tomorrow (Fri
W. L. JOHNSON. Sec.
COU'MBIA LOEOE, KO. 114
A. V. AND A. M. Special rom-
munlration this Thursaay)
fnltiK, at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic
Tmple. 1-abor In the F. C. oe
ltre. Vlttltlns brethren always
wt .com, hy oraer w. M.
KRKU Lm OlisON. Sec.
EMBLKM Jewelry, huttona. charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-S tstxth t-
HELDT In this city. May 10. Henry Hsldt.
kpu - years. jir.main,a at parlors or Mil
ler & Tracey. Washington at Ella.
FLETCHKR At the residence. OS . South
Jersey street. St. Johns. Or., Mav 9, Frank
Iawson Fletcher, aged 44 years, beloved
son of Mr. and Mr. J. H. Fietcher;
husband of Nellie Fletcher, father of
James and Harold Fletcher, brother of
Hamilton. Alfred and Norton Fletcher, of
ei. jonns. ur.; . h. Fletcher, of Mon
tana : Mrs. D. C. Mathen y, of Tacoma.
"VVanh. Funeral will leav the home at
lu::iO A. M. today Thurday). Services will
be held at Evangelical Church, corner John
and I van hoe. streets. St. Johns. Interment
Mount bcott Park Cemetery. Arrange
manta In cans of Miller k Tracey.
EMRICH In this city. May 9, Rosa Emrlch
aged 49 years. H months, 7 days. math-r
of G. and L.. Emrlch, sister of Mrs. H.
Simon. George and Ixiuls Miller, of this
city, and Anton Miller, of Alaska. The
deceased was a member of Uermanta
I.odpe. O. 1. H. S. ; Eureka Council.
ivnignts and Laain oi security, and bell
wood Rebecca Lodge. The funeral serv
ices will be held at the chapel of F. S.
runr.lng. Inc., Kast Side Funeral Direct
ors. 414 East Alder St., at 2:3u P. M. to
morrow (Friday), May 12. Friends invited.
interment Kose city uenitsury.
M'KEKCHER Tn this city. May 30. Frank
.McKercner. inrant eon or Mr. and Mrs
Paul McKercher. of White Salmon. Wash.
Private funeral services will be held today
inurscay. at j:a o cjock f. XI. at tne
lv I den ce establishment of J, P. Flnley A
Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Interment
2I1-I-INGER The funeral services of the
late John O. ZUUnger will be held at the
chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc., East Side
Funeral r1rectors. 414 East Alder st., at
zi :..u f. m. ioay i i nurtaiy i ja ay j i.
Friends Invited. Interment Multnomah
O'NII-J- In this city. Mav 4. Edward 0NI11
aged 71. Private funeral services will be
MT. SCOTT PARK CEMETERY
today (Thursday;, st 2 if. -
At th nnhlir trt rlv- tr mm nrtaaibl
Emll Thtelhorn, vlo.in teacher, pupil Sevclk,
:o7 Flltuner bhts. A jinriaxa io-
OITOMKTR1STS AND OPTICIANS.
YOL'R EYES fitted with beat
lenses, 'go. U -filled mount
l.5u p; lories. up;
near and far bifoca, 1.
up; lenses duplicated ; mail orders.
1K. J. U. M EK C.UITH, - V asn.ngion
eAVE YOLK correctly
lttea glaasa. gold tilled
mtiii.. as low as $!.;
aualLV and service tne
brst, Chas. W. Goodman.
i!t0 Morrison s t. Main 1134.
glxhe: optical co.
Best S'.io Claases on aarth.
'loor AUsky ld,..
Cor. Third aod ilorrisoa sts.
K. C. WKlviiiT. 2 ytars' cxy.rleac. U.
sna foreign Mtrnti. Q1 L-uia bld.
AifTUKU. 610 Northwest blq.. ttta at Va.h.
LAND 001 Krk CO. k'actory aad
otlu-. ntar illh and York sis. Main M.
Ii IT VkTi iv k' u w wnj- 1 K tlanl.tioelB. mar.
iriaUua and tlnotyplna-. lovs trvot .t.
c-n.r istara. Mala or A l.lS,
hao ki ;..- an o mrr KI.C.3.
lnjcratus. siruMvia. .turuaa. Aiminiw. ru
rua, all sizt.. mulluruvr. prumpi. ouoa.
WKt-TtKN UC'K Kill CO.,
54-r.li I nlon av . X. Kast 631. B 14.5.
IttAi. UIATK DEAUtlLS.
PlU!ri.JtltL: -u . H P.. 4U4 Wilcoa bd.
ASma:IATEU l.NVtSTillTNT CO.. 61 YTOH.
BENEDICT IJHOS.. 3 Hawthorn, av.nua.
M EMC rAINTlNCi.
LCEX1C PAINTING and window baca-
rnunilf ('nil ThMilur. tMThults. artist.
rmrly at linker Theater. bluJlo El Kith
t.. 2 blocks north of ;usan. Taoorlffta.
M IUVIM. AM) WH1T1:W.JII1.
CENTKAI. bPHAVl.SlJ CO. V hil ashln S.
coin ater palr.ttns by experts. East
I'lNK, stani.a albums, hln.rs and supplies.
We buy and sell. Main 7i!u. Columbia
eitsmp Co.. H4 North. I6thj
fTOKAt.E AMI TKANfFEIt.
TIME IN OR
DER TO KILL
OI R MODEKN
.1.111 STui.Aut St TBAS"
44-4rt EAST flXTH ST. .
PHONES. EAST 3M!. EAST 5660.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Houseno.o
loo.ii specianrtm storano. packing, snip
ping and niovu.lt: bors. or auu vans,
spevlsl freight rutes to sll points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & bTi'KAQK CO
ad and Pine sis. Broad ay QUO. A l."t
OitECON TUAX.-1'IS CO.. 474 Ollsan St.
corner 13lh Telephone Main or A !;
We own and operate two lurga class "A"
warehouses on terminal .racks; lowest In
surance rates in the city.
UAUiSON ST. DOCK. AND WAREHOUSE
Ofllce Madison. Ceneral merchandise
and forwarding agenta Phone Main 7ell.
MT SCOTT and Tremont aurb service. Local
and loiig-dutanco hauling, storage and
transfer, avl id St. Marshall 473.
VKTKKiNA KV Ct HOOlJi AXII (ULUliEU
K. r VETERINARY COLLEGE begins
8ept 11. Catr. 'ogue free. - C Keana, Prea.
1M Market St. san Francisco.
GHEKX A'D DRY SLAB WOOD, block wood.
Pa.'.ama Fuel Co. Main 372U. A aM.
MT"RP4TTT In this city. May IO, at th fam
lly rtfsldence. 1213 Tlbbets st.. Kti4tao-th
Murphy, a iced years, wtf of Peter
Murphy sind mother of Cecelia Murpnv
ltcr of Mrs. Marv Raber. Mrs. A. K.
SanJrock and MLs Kllen Mc.intcan. all of
this city. In.- runtrjil tw.-rvit-t will
held at St. lgnHu" Church. ::jjo 4il st
P. E.. at 1 A. M. tomorrow Friday ). y4-y
1-. Friends Invited. Inttrrnient Mu Cal
BKARD In this city. May If. "William O
Heard. Jr.. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs,
Ullam IS-. Beard, of Hubbard, ur. The
funtral servl. es wCl be hell today Thurs-
oay p. at - o cioi jc i-. a, at tiie real
fie nee -?tubllshmrnt of J. V. K:nlev A
Son. Montgomery at Fifth.- Friend Invited.
interment at Muitnomun i cmeiry.
EDWAKD H0LMAN CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 607, A 151L '
PEKiKCT FINEEAL SEBVICE FOB
SI jjll FUNERAL FOR
MILLER & TRACEY
lade pen dent Funeral Director.
Wash Ins ton at Ella at., bet. 20th and 21st
Main 2CW1. A He
DUNNING &. M ENTEE, funeral directors,
Broadway and, i'lne. 1'hone inroad way
a -ok. Lady attenaaut.
A. R. ZELLER & CO.. 51-' W ILLIAMS AV1C
last iuv!, C lUbS. Ltdy ait?nuant
Lay and nipht iktvut.
F. S. LL'NNI.N'tJ, INC.
ast Fide Funeral Lm rectors. 414 Kast
Alder street. Eust o, U
R, T. BTRNBS, Williams and Knot
East 1115. C Iady attendant.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streeti
ljnny a-istant. fc,asi iti.
KKIOSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison sts. Main t13j, a
BREEZE SNOOK. Sunnyslde Parlors.
Auto hearse, jni; Kimont. lib. lr.s. ti l..
MR. AND MRS. W.
srvlc". K.ast SO 1
II. HAMILTON, Funeral
i and Olisan. Tabor 4;.to.
sKKWISS L'XDKRTAKIXG ('UMPANV. 3d
and, Clay. M 41, i--U.. Xady atu:adaau
Taara of Experlenc Enables
This Firm to Olv. You
PERFECT SERVICE .
This modera eata.blisttmnt. wlUk
1 ta conveniences. lncludina t
eluded driveway, insures bso
lute privacy, causing tn no way
a departure (rout au eaLabliahad
policy ot moderate price.
Experienced Wotuau Attendant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON.
Montgomery tit KKU.
Maun . A lis.
ilAKTIN & jVHHES CO.. florists.
Wa.hincton. Main L'iil;. A -. Klo.
for all occasions arlltKally arranged.
CL.AUKE liKOS.. florists. 2T Momaon t.
Main or A lM'.V Klne floaera and floral
clrsliCna. No branch .lorf.
MAX M. SMITH.
Ins- I Ida.. 6:h 1
Main T J 10.
nd Alder s'
TtiSSKTH FLORAL CO.. WaahlniKoQ
"t.. Let. 4tii and ith. Main .".10i. A 11W.
I'OKTLANP MARW.E WORKS, Vv4-'.-fi--. 4th
t. Okio.lte city Hall. Main SiW. 1'hilLP
Ncu A: Suui for memorials.
EBLAESING GRANITE COJ
THIRD AT MADISON STREET.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
B74 BELMOVT ST.
Phoaem. tt 141:3. B 2313. Oi
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for sick and disabled
animals at a moment' a notice. Anyone,
desiring pet may communicate with ua.
FIX THAT ROOF
We do 'it on a jrilnrantec-. See our
repair department about the aleepinc;
porch. thoie French doors or a fire
place. Kverythlnir for the heme. Including:
palntinir. paporintr and kalsocunine.
The OregBS Home P a I Iderw.
1330 orlk.r.lrrs Bank Hide.
Oliver K. Jeffery. President.
Choir. Loana af Slt.004) and r
O. 1 mprflTpd Hunt ni Property
(r lor Impmrmnt ruipisa).
j. r. urMUMB,
S4X btaxa MtMt.
on ImproTed city and farm property
at current rat. a Attractive repayment
prlvllegea Loans quickly closed.
brti iAL tx a i t-;; K LAm.r;
O.V III SINKS I'ROFEKTIEJ,
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
S17-SC1S Karthwratrra Bank Balldlaa.
Marshall 4114. A 4 IIS.
atONEV FOR FARMERS
A t Cam-at Rsln.
COME 1.1 A.N If TALK UITU VS
Baakcra Mertaaae Oorporatlem.
Title Jt Trut Vkdm-
We bare Insurance Money at S
Private Fundi at C and 7.
ROBERTSON & EWING
307-S Nerthweatera Bank Bide
Western Bond &
Oar Own Money at Carreat Rate.
MIMCIPAL A.VD COKFORATIO
BONUS, FARM AND CITY LOANS.
fcO Fearth su Boar af Trad Ble
E LTtVAP 0 EGOUDEYCO
t35& 7 LOANS
ON MORTGAQt SECURITY
MOrrMtSTCRN BANK OUILOIN
AT ONE HALF
of original cost to owner, splendid Irv-
inston home; most attractive buy of
the day, barring none; price 110.000.
For particulars call Kast 1S3.
on improved city prop
erty at Lowest Kates.
SIT Corbett Pldp.. Fifth ft Morrison Sts.
For !a le
UL II.l'EH'S OTtoriTlNITV
I N L.U RE I.H L RST.
I have live nit-- lots near rrk richt
In tho ent-r of tne proent bulldtns; ac
tivity. I nt to nitr-t and co-operate with
a contractor of uniu'st loned risponibUUy
who mill take a financial Interest in
thJt houses. 1 mut sell these lots and
will go the limit with the rinht man. Win
securtj you Kod hulld nig loan at 7 per
c-nt and in a pcw-tiion to advertise and
e II tlie houstii as fat as completed. Nuiin
hut hiph-o'.aM operator with relerencca
will be tonsutrtU, call cventngs. TLxr
MAKi: THAT LUT PAY YOf AN" I.NWMr..
Wo en. do it for you. our tem of fi
Bsr.cins. huilciine. rentlnff and seiiuiw and
cut tin (t out the middleman profit assures
of satifcraotion. Hesults guaranteed In wrli
ins. 4it book ou "Horm-s" free, no chars
THK 0!!K(K HOME PVILDERij.
liU Northwestern flur.k uld
OU VEKKJ KK KtltT, president.
$lHCO TAKES finest Lsdd's Additlonlot,
near llawthorno avenue; stret improv
xK.'n:s ail In and paid.
KiTTER. LOWK Ac DB FOREST.
L'".-u7 Board of Trade Htdg.
Roya I l oun, r.eair Sfh street. SOxyTT,;
price Of, subject to lWi bonded. Uod
drd A; V-dr:ck. 14:' Strirk st.
OKEAT BARGAIN ft lota. .' each; 5
"ots. $176U; ImproveuienLs paid; Irvuiston;
splendid location. ast 21 X. W. U. Jtlard-
K. IJtth st.. near Thompson. flOx 1 1K, 1m-
prov-rmenta paid: price fMi'U. Goddarxl W
Wiedrick. l:s tiirk street.
FOR BALK &vxlOO lot on K. 24tn, aar
bandy. 1KI. wia be reduced a day
unLrl sold. J 5t9. Oref on.sn,
13 1XWN'. r. PER MONTH. "
tiOxluO. on tl. 3d su. 2m) feat south of
G ladr tone ave. Main 1CH".S.
Far Sale Beach "Property.
GKARH ART Miller cottage, on Dunes; ey
t'-rms. Photte Iast CTaiU. F. 13 rub a, Oid
j:;i.o SNAP; modern buritalow. 73 Fast
Mwt North, corner Broacway. Tabor tioi.
b-R wm I r In it on home, rid leu lously cbeap ;
lur mailed l denirvU, i'nona kjix. Mtu.