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RIVERS STILL RISING
Upper Columbia and Snake
Stages Reported Higher.
WILLAMETTE TO COME UP
Feople's'Irtne Ties Up All Steamers
on The Dalles Run Except Bai
ley Gatiert Until Conditions
Change Rain Is Short.
Rains In . the Interior, as well as in this
Cistrlct an fl south of Portland, had an
appreciable effect on the stage ot
water and. I nstead of a decline that was
expected to continue so long as lower
temperatures prevailed, the opposite
Is forecast, rl'tses being reported on the
Upper ColumtUa and on the Snake.
At Portland there was a trace of a
decline, the ga Uge reading at 8 o'clock
In the morning-, being 21.7 feet above
zero and at 6 o clock last night It was
21.6 feet, and. an upward tendency Is
predicted. District Forecaster Beals ex
pecting the streaun to be 21.9 feet to
day. 22.1 feet tomorrow and 22.3 feet
Unofficial advices from upper Co
lumbia River polnt-i last night showed
a considerable rise during the day. The
Ualles reported the stage of the river
at 37 feet at 6 P. M.. an increase of
live inches since the Weather Bureau's
daily report, made sit 8 A. M. At
"NV'enatchee a rise of 11 Inches In 24
hours was reported.
Because of the chango on the Colum
bia River the Regulator line canceled
the sailing of the steamer State of
Washington for The Dalles last night.
Yesterday was her layover day and ehe
was being prepared to go out as usual
at midnight, but reports from Colum
bia River agencies resulted In the ves
sel being laid up and most of her crew
was paid off, it being expected, that
uhe would not be required for a ehort
time. The steamer Bailey Gatzert left
for The Dalles In the morning and will
make trips Monday, "Wednesday and
Krlday until conditions change. The
tompany also has the steamers Dalles
City and Stranger laid up, only one
steamer being in commission. -
Tahoma Held at The Dalles.
A long-distance telephone message
from The Dalles yesterday was to the
ffect the steamer Tahoma. of the Peo
ple's line, would be held there. It being
determined not to attempt a resump
tion of service until falling water
eliminated the strong current at the
Portland Is ehy of rain this month,
judging from past records at the
Weather bureau, the total being .63 of
an inch, while the average from June
1 to 26 In past years has been .98 of an
inch. There have been heavy rains
along the Upper Columbia and Upper
Willamette during the past 36 hours,
tut the prospects are there will be
showers today and. clearing weather
Higher water than has been noted
for yeans Is predicted on the Columbia
here In July by A. C. McDonald, who
has Just returned from a 10 days" trip
in Montana, wnere ne xouna winter
till on in all its fury.
June Snowfall Heavy.
"I saw a harder snow storm lr Kalis
pell for six hours Monday than I ever
saw before," said Mr. McDonald. "Flat
head Lake is higher than it has been
for 35 years and thousands cf acres of
farm land along the Kalispell Valley
"The mountains are full of snow. In
Glacier National Park gangs of men
are blasting the snow out of the trails
so that the tourista can get along.
"That snow must melt and all that
water will come down the Columbia
sooner or later, so it looks to me like
the highest water we have seen for
many a year will be experienced."
Ttiver Readings lesterday.
8:00 A. M.. 120th Meridian Tims.
STATIONS?. S - 5
oS H S3 2
o -.5 sS
m ffi u cc
"Wenatchee 40 44.5 I 0.1 0.05
Lewiston 24 32.0 -1-0.2 0.20
ITmatilla 25 22.1 --0.3 0.58
The Dallas 40 36.7 -U-0.4 0.25
Eugene 10 4.0 --0.1 0.41
Albany 20 3.6 o ft. 13
Faem 20 2.8 0 0.13
Oregon City 12 .1.6 0.1 0.14
Portland 15 21.7 0.1 0.14
SAX RAMOX SOLD IX EAST
rnrr-McCormick Line Sells Wooden
Carrier at Marked Advance.
Sale of the steamer San Ramon, of
the Parr-McCormick fleet, for $250,000
is reported from San Francisco, she
having been disposed of on the Atlan
tic coast, where she went a few weeks
ago. The vessel was recently purchased
by the Parr-McCormick line from the
rodg:e Interests. also the steamer
Northland, the latter being under char
ter in the Puget Sound-Alaska trade at
The San Ramon is a wooden ship,
built at North Bend. Or., In 1913, and
Is 199.3 feet long, with a beam of 41.6
foet and depth of hold of 14.6 feet. The
San Ramon is estimated to have been
built for $15-0,000 and the new owners
are said to have paid the largest price
ever received on the Pacific Coast for
a wooden vessel of the type and ca
pacity, she having been built to carry
1,000,000 feet of lumber. She is 592
tons net register.
The Parr-McCormick interests have
about gone out of the general cargo
trade because of the strike, though the
steamer Davenport, which left San
Francisco Sunday night. Is consigned to
G R A HAM ON A IS FLOATED
Steamer Will Bo Back on Portland-
Corvallis Route by Saturday.
By means of canvas stretched over a
jagged hole in the hull of the Yellow
Stack steamer Grahamona, which was
sustained at 10 o'clock Saturday, when
she struck a snag on Kola Bar, above
Salem, the vessel was raised at 6 1
o'clock last night and shifted to Salem. I
She is expected to leave there today
for Portland to be repaired, and will
depart from Portland Saturday morn
ing for Corvallis. resuming her sched
ule. The steamer Gray Eagle, of the
Fpaulding fleet, assisted in pumping
water from the hold, the Grahamona
having been flooded from the boiler
forward, and the damage was located
below the firebox. Dredging has been
carried on at Eola Bar to provide suf
ficient water at lower stages, so it is
supposed the snag encountered had
been carried into the cut by prevailing
NEW ORFORD BOCK PROPOSED
Option Is Secured and Oid Wharf
May Be Rebuilt.
BAN DON, Or., June 26. (Special.)
It is reported that R. L. Macleay, of
PorUaad. ad Josafc if J Xo, Ce the Xo-
Wilson Lumber Company, of San Fran
cisco, have secured an option on the
site of the old Port Orford wharf, and
will reconstruct the dock, which has
twice been washed away during the
past two years.
Because of the fact that the harbor
is exposed to the heavy southwest
storms during the Winter, the task of
building a permanent wharf is a big
Should the wharf be constructed. It
is said that practically all of the ship
ping of the Wedderburn Trading Com
pany, of Wedderburn. will enter and
clear from Port Orford.
CAPTAIN THOMSEX IS BACK
Captain Kirk wood Gets New Billet in
Navigating Tanker Lucas.
On the arrival in the Columbia yes
terday of the Standard Oil Company's
tanker Atlas, towing barge No. 91, Cap
tain Oscar I Thomsen made another
appearance in these waters, he having
taken command of the Atlas, facetious
ly known on the beach as the "Rocke
feller yacht,' at San Francisco, where
Captain Alex Kirkwood, her master for
about two years, shifted his bag to the
It is understood here that Captain
Smith, who was on the Lucas, was
made master of the tanker J. A. Mof
fitt an that Captain Bridges will have
a new tanker building for the Standard
fleet at San Francisco. Captain Thom
sen, now on the Atlas, is & son of Cap
tain Dan Thomsen, known from one
end of the Coast to the other and for
years in the tugboat eervice out of the
Golden Gate. The skipper of the Atlas
is particularly well known here be
cause of his having been in command
of the steamer Geo. W. Klder under the
North Pacific flag.
KILBURX'S CARGO IS HANDLED
North Pacific Fleet Not Placed Un
der Ban by Longshoremen.
Intimation last week that the North
Pacific Steamship Company would not
be included with the lines deemed
"unfair' by the longshoremen was
borne out yesterday when gangs of the
dockworkers "turned to" aboanl the
steamer F. A. Kilburn, which arrived
from San Diego and way ports. The
vessel was scheduled to call last night,
but owing to Inability in handling all
cargo her departure was set for to
night. ' The company also has the steamer
Breakwater operating on the run and
she Is being worked by the longshore
men In California, so no developments
are expected that will interfere with
the eervice. As to other Coast lines
the turbiners Northern Pacific and
Great Northern continue to carry pas
sengers only, freight being refuse! at
present, and the "Big Three' has its
vessels tied up.
FIfleld Engines Salvaged.
BANDON, Or., June 26. (Special.)
Both engines and boilers of the steam
schooner Fifleld, wrecked here Febru
ary 29, have been salvaged, along with
other machinery and fittings, by F. K.
Drain and Axel McLeod, of this city.
All of the salvage was taken from the
beach where the ship went to pieces..
It is said to be worth about $1000. Ex
cept for the wreckage along the beach
there Is nothing left of the Fifleld.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
F. A. Kilburn
Great .Northern. ..
Breakwater. . . . . .
Great Northern. . .
F. A. Kilburn.
. .Los Angeles. ..
, . San Diego.
. San Francisco.
, .San Franc too.
. San Diego
, .Los Angeles. . .
. . San Francisco.
, .San Diego.
. .San DieKO.
. JS. F. to Li. A. -
. San Diego
. .San Diego.
. .Los Angeles. . .
, . Los Angelea. . .
Movemcnts of Vessels,
PORTLAND, June 26. Arrived Steamers
F. A. Kilburn. from San Diego via way
ports ; Atlas, from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamer Nehalem, for San Francisco;
schooner Monterey, in tow of tug .Naviga
tor, for Monterey.
Astoria. June 26. Arrived at 8:20 A. M..
steamer Atlas, towing barge No. 1, from
San Francisco. Left up at 3 P. M., steamer
San Francisco. June 26. Arrived at noon,
steamers Beaver, from San Pedro for Port
land : W. F. Herrin from Portland. Sailed
at noon, steamer Klamath, for Columbia
River. June 25. Sailed at 3 P. M., steamer
Edgar H. Vance, for Astoria; at 7 P. M-.
steamer Davenport, for Columbia River.
San Pedro, June 25. Sailed Steamer
Beaver, for Portland via San Francisco.
Port San Luis, June 20. Arrived Steamer
Oleum, from Portland.
Seattle. June 26. Arrived Steamer Presi
dent, from San Diego. Sailed Steamers Con
gress, for San Diego; City of Seattle, for
Southeastern Alaska ; Admiral Watson, for
Macassar, J me 26. Arrived Steamer
Veendyk, from San Francisco.
Callao. June 'J'.l. Arrived Steamer Baja
California, from Tacoma.
San Francisco, June 26. Arrived Steamer
Shinyo Maru (Japanese , from Hongkong.
Sailed Steamers Mills, for Newport. B. C. ;
Klamath, "W'apama, Daisy Putnam, for
Grays Harbor; Admiral Dewey, for Seattle.
Melt ourne. June 24. Arrived Steamer
Wairuna, from Vancouver, B. C.
Batavia, June " 24. Arrived Steamer
Vo ndyk. from fan Francisco.
Norfolk, June 20. Arrived Steamer King
Malrxlm, from Portland, Or.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All position reported at P. M., June 26,
unless otherwise designated.)
Drake. Port Angeles, for Richmond, 216
miles nortn ot Kicnmond.
El Segunuo, Richmond for Seattle, 357
miles north of Richmond.
Acme, San Francisco for Hankow. 454
miles northwest of San Francisco lightship.
Acme. Point Orient for Hankow, 239 miles
northwest of San Francisco, June 25.
Nann Smith, Orient for San Francisco, 240
miles from San Francisco, June 25.
Richmond. Shanghai for San Francisco,
1200 miles northwest of San Francisco,
J une 25.
Manoa. Honolulu for San Francisco. 434
miles from San Francisco. June 25.
Fitnldian. Orient for San Francisco, 1275
miles r.orthwest of San Francisco. June 25.
Hilcnian. Seattle for Honolulu, 818 miles
from Flattery, June 25.
Lur.lin?, San Francisco for Honolulu, 1300
miles from San Francisco. June 25.
Columbia. Honolulu for San Francisco, 845
miles from San Francisco, June 25.
Luzblanca, Talara, Peru, for Vancouver, 15
miles southwest of Point Reyes.
Governor, San Francisco for San .Pedro,
nine miles south of Pigeon Point.
Mills, Martinez for Newport, B. C, 60
miles north of San Francisco.
Wapama, San Francisco for Grava Harbor,
48 miles north of Point Reyes.
Tug Iaqua. C&pe Mendocino for San Fran
cisco, lOS miles north of San Francisco.
Kiamatn, can rrancisco lor Astoria, 65
milfd north of Point Reyes.
Asuncion. Cordova for El Segundo 144l
miles north of El Segundo, June 24
Cuzco. San FrancLsco for Antofagasta, 92U
miles sonth of San Francisco, June 25
Peru. ' Balboa for San Francisco. 834 miles
south of San Francisco, June 25.
Queen, San Pedro for fan Francisco, 12
miles east of Point Ccncepcion.
Willamette. San Francisco for San Pedro,
25 miles south of Santa Barbara,
Grace Dollar, Tacoma for San Francisco,
460 miles north of San Francisco.
ew From Xorthwest Ports.
ABERDEEV. Wash.. June 26. (Special-)
The steamers Coronado and Helene ar
rived last night and are loading at Aber
deen mills for San Francisco.
The steamers Quinault and Tamalpala are
expected tomorrow from the south.
ASTORIA, Or., June 26. (Special.)
Bringing cargoes of fuel oil for Astoria and
Portland, the tank steamer Atlas, with barge
91 in tow, arrived today from California.
In accordance with instructions received
by Secretary Thomson, of the local long
shoremen's union, from the Coast executive
committee, work was resumed this morning
on loading the schooner Alumna at Knapp
ton. and her cargo will be completed tomor
row night or Wednesday.
Forty-five men are working today on the
steamer Grea t Northern at Flavel and the
loading of the schooners Forest Home and
Honoipu at Westport Is in progress.
Teasels Entered Yesterday.
American steamer Navigator, ballast, from
American schooner Monterey, cargo of oil,
' Gasoline schooner Delia, cargo of cheese,
NORTHLAND IS SUNK
SEAS EILL CRAFT THROUGH OPEN
PORTS AT KAKE, ALASKA.
Crew la Rescued and Some Stand by to
Raise Teasel, Now Lying: endam
aged in 40 Feet of Water.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2 6. The
steamer Northland, owned by the Bor
der Line Transportation Company of
Seattle, sank yesterday off Kake.
Alaska. In beavy seas, according to a
messasre to the Chamber of Commerce
marine department here, received to
day. Ail aboard were caved. The
steamer Humboldt picked up 12 sur
vivors. The vessel was reported lying- in 40
feet of water on a soft bottomn with a
cargo of 400 tons of coal and 200 tons
of cannery supplies. The Northland
left Seattle for Alaska points June 18.
The sinking of the Northland was
believed to be due to the carelessness
of some member of the steward's de
partment, who left the vessel's ports
open. A heavy swell struck the North
land, which filled and slowly went
down. It is not known whether she
was at her pier or about to tie up.
Captain A. Wie. Chief Engineer Wal
ter Cox, Second Officer Douglas Ravett
and three members of the crew are
standing by the Northland. It is ex
pected that the task of raising the
vessel will be easy. Divers will close
the ports and hatches and the North
land will be pumped out and floated.
She is entirely undamaged. The North
land is owned by the Border Line
The sunken Northland was known as
the "little Northland." to distinguish it
from the larger vessel of that name.
It is credited by Lloyds with a gross
tonnage of 845.
Steamer Barrister Floated.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 26. The Brit
ish steamer Barrister, of the Harrison
Direct Line, which went ashore on
Provost Island, south of Active Pass,
this morning, was floated late today
and proceeded to Victoria, B. C, for
Lumber laden for Southern California the
steamer Nehalem is to get away from the
river today. Her cargo was loaded at St.
Helens. The steamer Multnomah also leaves
there today with passengers and a full cargo
Bound for Tillamook and Newport the
steamer Sue H. Elmore was cleared yester
day with 145 tons of merchandise.
I. A. Pike, Deputy Collector of Customs,
who returned yesterday from Cannon Beach,
whero he spent his vacation, objects to stories
being told that the beach Is covered with the
carcasses of deceased sea lions, acclaiming
that by actual count there are only two
dead ones there.
Arriving from the Monterey oil station
yesterday the schooner Monterey had a cargo
of 19.000 barrels of fuel oil.
Collector of Customs Burke Is In receipt
of a communication from the State Depart
ment that recognition has been accorded
Antonio Rafael Vojar, of Portland, as hon
orary Vice-Consul for Spain.
Annual Inspection of the ferry John F.
Capita was conducted yesterday by Ignited
States ' Inspectors Edwards and Wynn.
En route here to load a return cargo of
lumber, the McCormlck steamer Klamath
put out of San Francisco at noon yesterday.
Bringing a cargo of cheese the gasoline
schooner Delia was entered at the Custom
house yesterday and cleared for the return
to Cloverdale with general merchandise.
Vessels Cleared Yesterday.
American steamer Navigator, ballast, for
American schooner Monterey, ballast, for
American steamer Sue H. Elmore, general
cargo, for Coast ports.
Gasoline schooner Delia, general cargo, for
Tides at Astoria. Tuesday.
11:41 A. M 6.4 feet!5:29 A. M...-0.2 foot
10:53 P. M 9.6 feetj5:13 P. M 3.8 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, June 26. Condition of the
bar at 6 P. M. : Sea, smooth; wind, south, 2
NORSES TO CONVENE
FORMATION OP COITNTY ASSOCIA
TIONS TO BE CONSIDERED.
At Meeting of Orfjcon State Associa
tion Tomorrow All Graduate
Jfurses Are Invited.
The formation of county associations
to become component members of the
Oregon btate Purses Association will
be considered at a meeting- at Central
library at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow aft
ernoon. Letters were sent out a short
time ago to nurses In the various
counties of Oregon. Wasco and Uma
tilla already have responded and begun
an organization of graduate nurses.
The American Nurses' Association
has decided that only through mem
bership in the state associations can
nurses hold membership to the Na
tional organization. Besides being
registered, a nurse must be affiliated
with the American Nurses' Association
in order to join the Red Cross Nurses'
Association. In Oregon the State
Nurses Association is the only such
The Oregon association will begin at
once to get supplies and fill emergency
boxes, such as the National Red Cross
Association has requested, to be stored
for use among the soldiers In case of
war. Miss Nannie Lockland, president
of the Oregon State Nurses Associa
tion, has requested that the nurses lend
assistance at once.
All graduate nurses are -Invited to
attend the meeting Wednesday. Elec
tion of officers will be held at the
close of the session. In the evening
the members will meet at the home of
Miss Kathryn Scott, 102 North Central
avenue, for a social time.
The management of the T3!bllatheque
TTnlversille," -of Switzerland, which recently
printed an article severely condemning the
German Kaiser, has been fined 60Of ($lO0
for violating the neutrality of the country
In publishing it.
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Isicykoaet Main 7070. MS.
This directory is for the information of the public to give aa far as possible
toe different lines of business which the average person may find occasion to
ue. Any Information which cannot be found here will be gladly furnished by
phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
K. SIEWU.N, hemstitching, calloplns. ac
cord, aide pleat, buttoua covered; mail
orders. 22S Ftttock blk. Broadway 1UM.
PLEATING, hemstitching, button, covered.
t.atern Novelty Co.. bO H Sth. B dw'y 2iHH.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAV OFFICE, 142 ad Gold,
ailver and platinum bought.
WM. BAHliEK. JR. Cut-rate aaaayer; gold.
70c 4a JE. loth t.. Eugene. Or.
W. J. MAKEL1M Probate, real eatate. min
ing and corporation law; abatracts and
Utiea examined, written opinions furnished.
16 Nortnweatern Bank bldg. Main 57 4a.
GRAHAM, BECKETT & COOPER General
practice; aoatracla exalmalned. tiui-a Piatt
tldg. Phone Main oabu.
PURITAN Cafeteria, tslark. bet. 8d and 4th;
cool place to eau ki. c Brandea, prop.
L. M. JONES, M. 1. CANCER TREATED.
67H, Alberta u YVoodlawn 41(Ki.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS.
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc. North-
went -Hug Co., laa K. bth. Both phone.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE lRWIX-HODSO.N COMPANY,
887 Washington t. Main 212 and A 1204.
William, Estelle and William. Jr., Deveny.
the only aclentfflc chiropodists in the city.
Parlora 3o2 Gerllnger bldg., southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phone Main lsul.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Qftlce Flleaner bldg. Main 3473.
SUCCESSFUL with many so-called Incurable
cases; 81 adjustments. S15. West Side
Macleay bldg. East Side Sanitarium. 734
Hawthorne. Dr. McMahon. Main iuo.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 17atJ.
No collection, no charge. Established looo.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons dally; class
FrL eve., 8 to 10. lvu 2d St.. bet. Wash,
.and Stark. Main 8205. Lessons. 2Sc.
DE REAL Normal School of Dancing. Toe.
Spanish fancy. Oriental, Egyptian Esthetic,
Kusslan. soft-shoe. Phone Main 7600.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT!
Treatment by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
I". F. Casseday. 017 Dekura bldg.. 3d & Wn.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
And feather renovating. Phone East 6S74,
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 33. A 2lr3.
Ernll Thiflhorn. violin teacher, pupil Sevclk.
207 Flledner bldg., A 41(10, Marshall 1629.
DR. PHILLIPS. Oregonian bldg. My spe
cialty is chronic diseases; constipation,
nervousness, headaches, stomach, liver,
kidney, female and other chronic trou
bles yield readily to my improved durg
less method; consultation free.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS. T TON-INTOXICATING BEVERAGES.
DtTBRUILI.E BUGGY TOP CO. 209 2d St. WEINHARDS GOLDEN AMBER NECTAR,
' Henry Weinhard Plant, 13ih aud Burnside
Alio SIRING8 MANUFACTURING. sts. Phone Main 72, A 1172.
-EdJL-J 5th and Conch. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
' ' RASMUSSEN & CO., 2tl and Taylor sts.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME. - ..,Tmr .v,....,tM
Baggage Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis. V'i", 5 i J?G . .U
. i ft! . is. K ll . t, oi-oo i i on t 81.
, w B?EAO, AKE?Y-.. v . I LIMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
Royal Bakery & Conf. Co., 11th and Everett. M. L. KLINE. S4-S6 Front t.
GRAIN MERCHANT S. PRINTING.
if. H. HOUSEK. Board of Trade Bldg. PRIMT IMP F- W DALI ES AND COMPANY
GROCERS. rnillllllU Firsts Oak Sis. Main I6.'i. A 1165
WADHAM3 Sc CO.. 07-75 Fourth St. PRODUCE COM MISSION MERCHANTS.
MT9 Ap CAPS EVERDINiJ & FARREl.L, 140 Front St.
THANHAUSF.R HATCO.. 03-63 Front St. ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
. 1 Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
KHR6W?lLr-rorftAKA SAFETY RAZOR HOMNtT
KAHN BROS., 191 tront St. AUTOMATIC KEEN EDGE CO., lSntj th.
MILLINERY. SS1I DOORS AND (.1 ASS
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th w. p. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR. WALL PAPER.
COLUMFIA Ne-kwear Mfg. Co.. K3 Vj .th st. MnRG AN WAT, I. PAPF.R I .. 239 2d St.
H, . w sr w g- I BdWy at Taylor
Xt 1 I L j MalnliA-1122
In? Nights, June 28-29
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY
This Will be the ffrat motion picture
showing the beautiful
Columbia River Hlchwmy.
DANCING ON STAGE
After Viewing Films)
Floor Space 40x100
Popular Prices aK 25c
Thls Includes Dance Privilege)
BUY TICKETS EARLY
AVOID CROWD AT WINDOW
Box Office TV. -air 1 P TVI
IS vaur M. M. m Ittt
The MuMcal Wonder Worker: The Rotary
Club a Orchestra; The Portland Favorite,
12 MelocLypbiendH (directed by Prof. H. A.
Welder, creator of Webber Orchestra), the
mubical act superb.
6 OTHER BIO ACTS 0
Boxes first row balcony eat reserved by
phone. Curtain, 2:30, 7 and 9.
2 to 5; 6:45 to 11 P. M.
Sat-. Sun.. Holidays 1:15 to 11.
Maita. 10c; Nights. 18c.
Center Taagan audi Tweaty-ftmrtki Sts.
Jane 27. 28, 28, 30. Joly 1 and 2.
Games Besrln Weekdays at 3 I. M.1
Snadays. 2tSO P. M.
Eveaer-red Box Seata for Sals at Ed
wards' Clgrar Stand, Sixth and
Washington 5 La.
TOO LATE TO CI-ASSIFT.
COLOKED girl wishes position as maid,
theater, department ntore, domestic. East
MODERN 6-room houe in restricted uis
trict. 1229 East Harrison St. Reference.
5-ROOM cottage, 325 Mason st. Kail cement
basement; S1Q. Give reference.
WANTED1 To rent garage In vicinity of
Axoot Lodge. Pboaa JVdla, 1221.
f I I ff'p'r'i'tii!ihri!'
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
fitted classes, gold filled
mountings as low as $1.5o;
quality and service the
Optometrist, 209 Morrison at. Main SUi.
low as 11. M0. The best service
ami material. I grind my own
Vi lenses. Licensed by the state
of Oregon. DR. J. D. MEREDITH. 32
Washington St. -
R. C. WRIGHT. 22 years- experience V. 6.
ar.d foreign patents. 0O1 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24tn and York sts. Main 3489.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 , Front st.
corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
DDIMTIVJf1 F. W. BALTES AND COMPANY
I 11111 1 First A O
3ak Sts. Main 185. A 1161
RAG RUGS AND FLUFF RUGS.
Ingrains. Brussels. Smyrna, Axminaters. rag
rugs, all tlzes, mall orders prompt: booklet.
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO..
54-56 Union ave. N. East 6516. B mS.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PALMER-JONES CO., H. P.. 404 Wilcox bid.
ASSOCIATED INVESTMENT CO.. 621 Yeon.
BENEDICT BROS.. 30 Hawthorne avenue.
COLUMBIA STAMP CO. Main 75S0.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
FREE STORAGE FREE MOVINO
For a limited time. In order to fill or
modern brick warenouse, located in ui
heart of the city.
Expert packing and moving.
SECURITY STORAGE TRANSFER CO.,
44-4l E. t;th St. N.
Phones East 3S4fl. East 386T.
ALWAYS PICK THE BKST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and moving: horse or auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
2d and Pine Sts. Broadway .v.6. A 1096.
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 474 Gllean St.,
corner 13th Teleptione Main 69 or A 1169.
We own and ooerate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks; lowest in
surance rates In tne city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WARE7HOUSE
Office T 80 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents, phone Main 7tlftl.
VETERINARY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES,
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sep-
tember 11. Catalogue free. C. Keane, pres.
Ident. 1S12 Market Ht.. San Francisco.
GREEN AND DRY SI.ABWOOD. bli-kwooc
Panama Fuel Co. Main 5720, A 3S9!.
OREGON HUMANE SOCiETY
Office Room 153 Courthouse. Sth-street
Phone from 8 to 3 Main 37. Home Phone
A 5li.". ifEht rail after office hours Main
Report all caaes of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for small
animal. Horso ambulance for sick and dis
abled animals at a moment's imticA. Any'
one de-lrlnir a dor or oth-r nets, communl
rate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
Mock, as me look a.ftr all Impounding.
There la no more city pound. Just Oregon
ArCTIOX rl,F,S TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House, 166-164 Park
at. Piano, furniture, etc. Sale at 10 o clock.
Stark st.. at 10 A. M., "JO rooms fur.
nltur". Kord Auction Co.
KNIGHTS and friends Ore-
on and V uhlnston Com
manderif. of Portland, will
entertain officers and families
or trie Grand KncaniDmnn t.
Will nrrlve 8:30 A. M., Wednesday. June
28. W require 100 autos and all the flowers
available There will t.e 3oo in party. Your
Joint commute- will appreciate our AAsint
ance. Be at Union Depot Wednesday. tt:au
A. M., sharp with auto and flowers. Sir
Knlgnts Albte, .Baker and Averlll will meet
train at Oregon City. Immediately arrival
at Union Depot party will be shown city
by amos. Them an unlaue nerf aruianc- at
PantaKes Theater, commencing at 10:30 A
M. Party leaving Portland .t 1:3a P. M.
AL KADfcTR AT PLAY See
them at the Helllg The-ter;
motion picture of tne Colum
bia Highway. Also Rose Fes
tival pictures and other fea
tures. Band concert, 8:15 to
8:45, then the pictures tnu
afterwards you can dance n
the stave. Especially pre
pared i -tuxlOo dance floor.
1 ou can sit In the audience
and eee them dance, then
. . . -nce yourseir, ana have re
freshments served you all right on the
?mf-efll-H beaAtli,f'- Kardn effect. Bring
jour friends. Admission 25c
r.C9aRITH1AV CHAPTER. No.
54. O. K S. Stated communica
tion this (Tuesday) evening.
Masonic Temple. 8 o'clock. Re
ception to Sister Lena C. Men
denhall, A. O. M. All O. E. 3.
welcome. Bv order W M
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO
111. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Tuesday)
evening at 7:30. Masonic Tem
ple. Work in the M. M. degree.
isltlng brethren welcome
C. E. MILLER, Sec.
WASHINGTON C O M-
MANDERT, NO. 1.1 Stated
conclave this (Tuesday)
evening 7:80. Order of the
temple. All sojourning Sir
ROBERT MARTYN. Recorder.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO.
j t. 1. O. O. F. Regular meeting
7?X lth,s (Tueeday) evening. at 8
LjrTTi' o'clock. Patriarchal degree and
i visit of Oolden ,Rule Encampment.
Visitors always welcome. -
E. A. Sharon, C. P. R. Osvold. Scribe.
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2.
T. O. O. F. Regula r meeting
Vrinendi v mt S T XT r T it
Zt2r O. F. Temple. 226 "Aider street"
-'TyfT Reception to the grand lodge
officers. Visitors always welcome.
Wm. LInklater, X. O. R. Osvold, Sec'y.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, cntrmt, ptna,
saw designs, jaeger Bros.. 131-3 fclxta st.
MOORE At tne residence. 346 East Fifty
second street, June 26. Elizabeth L. Moore,
age 33 years, wife of Frank Moore. Re
mains are at Holman funeral parlors. An
nouncement of funeral later.
Z1NCK June 26. Frederick ZInck, aged
years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Zinck. Notice ot funeral later.
BARNES June 26, -T5mi Barnes, aged 60
years. Remains at Dunning McKntee
parlors, Notice of Xuuerai later.
I VNCKAI. XOT1CKS. 1
SOLOMON At North Cove. Waeh.. June 24.
Miner aoiomon, Deiovea wife ol uu : t-oi-omon.
mother of Sol lie. Lester, Helen. Al
bert. Theodore and Charlotte Solomon; sis
ter of Mrs. Adolph slenders, of Albany,
Or.; Big Cohen, of Portland; Max and
Marlon Cohen, of Oakland. Cal. Friends in
vited to attend funeral services, which
will be held at Holman'a funeral parlors
at 2:30 P. M. today (Tuesdav). June 27.
Interment Beth Israel Cemetery.
KATALEN1CH June 23. Anna Katalenich.
aged 4:. years, beloved wife of Martin
Katalenich. Funeral will take place from
Dun nine A Mc En tee's chapel tomorrow
(Wednesday), June 2S at t A. M-, thence
to St. Patrick's Church. 19th and Savter,
at H:S0. where services will b held. Tne
deceased was a member of National
Croatian Socletv. branch No. 33d. Inter
ment Alt. Calvary Cemetery.
HINTON In this lty. June 24. May I,ulu
iunion, Deiovea aauichter or Mr. and Airs.
R. H. H in ton. formerly of Shanlko. Fu
neral services will be held tomorrow (Tues
day) afternoon at 1 o'clock at Holman'a
funeral parlors. Interment Rlvarview
M'CLAXE George 8. McClane. who died
at libu ock. wasn., Saturday, will be
cremated at Mount Scott Crematorium at
2 P. M. tomorrow (Wednesday). Friends
BUTTIFANT Hugh Buttifant. aged 8T
a ra. June i:. funeral services Holman'a
funeral parlors at 11 A. M. today t Tues
day). June 27. Interment Oreenwood Cem
etery. LITZLER In this city. June 25. F. X. IJts-
ier. .-Notice or runerai later Rm m r
parlors of Miller A -Tracy. Waahlngton at
It ' iiSrT
Tears cf Experience Enable
This Firm to Give You
This modern establishment, with
Its conveniences, including: a se
cluded driveway, insures abso
lute privacy, causing: in no way
a departure from an established
policy of moderate prices.
Experienced Woman Attendant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Montgomery at Fifth.
Main 9. A 1599.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 507, A 1511.
I'E BFFCT FIXEML SERVICE FOR Uif-S
$150 FUNERAL FOR jffi
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral .Directors.
Washington at Klla St., bet. 20th and Slat.
Main atSttl. A West tilde.
DUN NINO McENTEE. funeral di recto.-
Broadway and Fine. fQoat .Broadway ciJ.
. D;hM.Q, INC
aat Sloe funeral Uirectora, 414 Bast
Aider street. Kast
s. K. ZtLLKR a CO.. WILLIAMS AVB.
iu&o. c lUtts. iaay aLienaa.au
Day and ulght aervice.
RKEZ fc SNOOK, tounnyua Fartora
-Uto iivara. 102 beimont. lo. litis. U .M.
P. sL. UBRCH, a.n 11th and Clay straei
Lad, attendant. Kast 781, B lXHk
RJCSON R Ml dance Undertaking Parlors,
12iu and Morrison ata. Main tfi3a. A 2333.
. T. BYRNES. Williams and Knott.
Kaat 1113. C 11M3. Lady attendant.
MR AND aR& W. H. HAMILTON Fo
narai service. LL SOtn and Ulisan. Tan. 4 SIS.
aKKWibS U D1SK1 AKINti COMPANY. S4
aba day. M. 4liA A znzi. Laa tinaini
IwARTiN FORBES CO.. florists. . 34T
Willing to Main 2401. A 26. Flowers
tor all occasions artistically arranged.
CtAKivC BKOS. florists, 27 Morrison at.
Malu or A 1S0S. Fine floweia and floral
caatgna No branch store.
OUbTAVE J. bL'RKUAROT,
111 Sd. PHUNJC MAIN MWw. A SoKs.
Floral designs, cot flowers and ferna
MAX U. BMITI1. Main 7215. A Sav
ing Lidg.. 6th snd Alder sta
loNoETH FLORAL CO.. 25 Washington
atL. Let. :th. tut 6th, Main Sloa. a nut.
rcr.TL.ANn MARBLS WORKS. 24-29 4ta
t.. oppoalte City HalU Mala v&tt. Phlli
h-'eo fc Sons toe memorials.
EBLAESING GRANITE COl
TMIWO AT MADISON STREFt)
NKW TOO A Y.
3 Story Brick Bldg.
5th St., Near Couch
15,000 feet floor space, vault and
shelving, two elevators, 3 minutes'
walk from "hub" of city.
RENT HALF OR WHOLE
Very low rate to good tenant. Ap
ply to owner,
A. G. LONG. Phone Main 3009.
1,nm nn of flO.000 and Vo n Im.
rrowd Buclnrss l'ropcrtr (.r for
J. P. LIPSCOMB.
S4 titark street.
H MONEY FOR FARMERS
At Current Ratn.
COMB 1ST AMI TALK WITH US
Banfcera Mortcaice Corporations,
Title & Trust Bldar..
We have Insurance Money at S1,
Private Funds at 6re and
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northwestfrn Bunk Bids;.
fcTj ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
NOfrTHWLSTtRN BANK BUILDIN4
xirw Ton ay.
U7AXTED. FARM R K A S O
ABLY NEAR TO PORTLAXD,
In exchansre for three-story con
crrte apartment property, well
J-JJdi prico 15.000. with only
J;000 incumbrance, and also two
line homes at $6000 each, frea
and clear. And have several
high-class lots. free. Price on
farm must be right.
TJESIRABLK CITY HOME, mod
ern In every way. with oven
an acre of ground: free of in
cumbrance; price $15,000. to ex
change for farm.
PfOMB PROPERTY OX EAST
SIDE, business property, stores
fXF, J20-'"- Incumbrance $9700.
ill consider farm and assume
VI7EST SIDE THREE -STORY
FLAT BlILlJINGt Six flats
of !x rooms each and one of
three rooms. Modern In every
?y- In" Cost owner 30.-
000. V ill exchange for other
property free. Owner now a non
resident. Encumbrance $12,000
TF TOtJR PROPERTY IS OX
THE MARKET. FOR SALE OR
E X C H A N ti E, SED MB PAR
TICULARS. 607-8 HENRY BLDG, FOURTH
AD OAK STS, MAIX 2326.
on Improved city property at and 7
per cent. Farm and suburbs a loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment privi
leges allowed. No delays.
LAIllji U LOANS M-tl IAL RATES
A. H. B1RRELL CO.
. -T-21S N.rtkwestera, Bank BallalaaJ.
Marsbau 4114. A 411a.
Western Bond &
Oor Own Monty at Current Rates.
IHl'XI CI PA I- A XD CO K PORATI O N
HONUS, FARM AND CITY LOAS,
M Fourth St Board of Trade Bldx.
For Sale Ivot.
ROSE CITY PARK. H BLOCK.
Price 62o. lOUxluo. all improvements
In. bonded a3seisnients under f iOO. la
nicest part of this beautiful addition.
STANLEY S. THOMPSON. Owner.
KothchlM Bltlg.. Main S644.
BEAL'TIFl'L view home tte. West iidc ;
view ct th river. East Side, mountain,
etc. ; best value In Oregon at i.'), iv
cash, balance $5 per me nth. M. E. Lee,
o'o Corbett bldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS SACRIFICE.
Bipsest. sacriCice ever made on a good
Heights lot; in main part of Heights;
good view and ready to build on; must torn
sold at ence. Owner, Main 1'j63.
SNAP v eat Side lot In business district,
between 1st and -d. For a)e for lesa the
assessed vaUintion. AM t. Orenonlan.
BKACH lots at Salt Air below value; In
vestigate this beach before buying beach
property. Koom 018, Oregonian bldg-.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS
MUST BE SOLD.
VALUE 5700, FOR $3300.
Located in a fine residence part cf
Fieri mont; get the key in tiie next door
south and look the place over; walnut
tree. cherry trees, apple and pear trees,
prune and plum trees, currants, raspber
i ies. blackberries, rhubarb on the place,
besides fine flowers; well built, modt-ru
house ; has to be a-ld to wind up an es
tate; the place taken In on a. mortgage
and a snap. Phone Marshall or
$6779 HOME. ONLT 13000 CASH.
14100 OX TIME.
Well-built, modern seven-room house,
located In Piedmont, an exclusive rest
deuce iection. tne best location, just what
you want for a home; the finest yard
of fruit, trees you ever saw on two lota;
all at a sacrifice price, taken la on a mort
gage and so d to close an estate. Phone
Fast liiS In the evening or Marshall 4021
during the day. or see me at U Washing
ton st. C L. itosa.
GOING TO BUILD?
Go to an established firm and aTold
worry snd risk. We, as L R. BAILEY
CO., contracting arcnitects. have been at
&24 Abington bid it. o years; hundreds of
jobs to our credit. .Sketches and esti
mates free. FURNISH THE MONEY If
desired. You deal with ONE PARTY and
lay only ON K PROKIT; we ACTUALLY
AVE YOU MONEY and guarantee satis
faction. We design and build residences,
apartmcntg, stores, factories, anything.
AM building larger home and will sell ikiV
Portland Heights residence at a very rea
sonable figure on easy terms; lot 60x150.
beautifully Improved, excellent view, close
In ; house strictly modern In every par
ticular; 7 rooms, bath, sleeping porch;
this is an unusual opportunity to procure
an attractive home at present-day price.
John E. Cronan. phone Main 40$.
Before bu Ing be sure to look at oc
list ot exquisite homes Just complete jn
Laurelhurst. the addition of beau .ful
liome, from J'.T.oO up, on rent-like ' rms.
LAL'RE LH L'RST CO., U7v taz si St.
Main 17tu. A 1315.
4, 5 and o-roora modern bungalows, with
m 11 latest built-in conveniences, in re
stricted district, near carline. Prices $70O.
$1475, 175. $-3UO and j;u0; easy terms.
Umbdenstock & Larson Co., Sut Oak at.
Phone Broadway 1603,
FOR SALE By owner, fine 8 -room house,
corner lot, close in on E. 23d St., worth
$00o0; must se!l ; will take $4000: $500
down and $J0 per month. Why pay rent?
See owner and make an offer. 1U40 Stan
ton st. C 2ul4.
iao0 E QUITY $225 My beautiful 5-room
modern bungaiow ; fireplace, bookcases,
buffet, full cement basement. laundry
trays, past front, larjre porch; balance pay
ablo $2."i month. Tabor 22'8 evenings.
TWO years ago I had built a modem 5-rm.
bungalow. It cost me $2450. I have paid,
in $;" and will sell this equity for $190,
balance J.14S5 at $25 per month. Mr. Hage
man. Phone Broadway 1658.
7-ROOM modern bungalow; 14 stories; cost
$.1500; if sold this week will take $24."o.
Phone Tabor Street number, tl.;7
K. 07 th st. N.
j2ftM 6-ROOM BUNGALOW $2930.
Living-room 14x26; fireplace. Fox fur
nace, east front, sleeping porch. and
iFklvou. Phone Wood lawn 2131.
1RVIXGTON Must sacrifice my modern P
rm. bungalow. Telephone East 4107 or
BARGAIN A new ."-room bungalow, corner
lot. trees, flowers and gnrden. 07J E.
.MM st. N. Woodlaw n 253?.
FORCED to sacrifice strictly modern $6000
8-room house for $3000; terma. 60S Broad
SNAP Modern 7-room house with 3 lots lu
Pt. Johns. Terms. Particulars at 60S
FOR bargains In houses and good exchanges
call at 5f'3 Broadway b:dg.
XK VINGTON Swe! and ch-ap homes, easy
payments. S Pelahunt. Phone East 1270.
NEW, modern homes. - by owner. R. B.
R'ee. East 2432.
iM MODERN 5-room bun pi low, fumaee,
built-in conveniences. Woodlawn 3221.
For Snle RnMnrn- Proptrty.
INCOME PROPERTY Block from P.
Broadway, paying O per cent on $S0O;
sacrlrice for $4000, H cash. Owner, 290
Suburban Home Property.
GIBSON HALF iCRES.
Good soil, good water, close to ear line.
eay terms; will build to suit purchaser,
phone Marshall 1.5 or S I : wood 47.
JOHN GIBS ON. OW NER.
A VERY d esl rn ble 1 1-3 acres, with 6 rm.
house, just r-f inished, in city limits, fine
soil and garden, rr fare, extremely low
prl"e and eaey terms to reliable part v.
rmboVnstock A Larson Qo.. 300 Q.i k St.
" For tale Fruit Land.
CHOICE orchard rear Eugene. 79 acres, all
modern improvements, to trade for unin
cumbered property; will assume. Call at
612 Piatt bldg. for particulars.