Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, January 26, 1917, Page 17, Image 17

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    THE MORNING OREGOXIAJC, FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1917.
GAME COMMISSION
DEFENDED
Mr. Shoemaker Replies
Charges Made by Linn
A County Sportsmen.
to
EXPENSE FIGURES CITED
Slate Game Warden Shows $2,'
92 7.08 Has Been Paid for Em
ployes in I. inn and 350,000
Trout Hare Been Liberated.
STATE CAPITOIa. Balem, Or., Jan.
25 (Special.) In reply to a circular
published and distributed by the Al
bany Commercial Club, charging among
other things that the Fish and Game
Commission has epent less than $200 In
actual money for game wardens in Lion
County in the past two years, and ad
vocating .the abolishment of the Com
mission, Carl I. Shoemaker, State Game
Warden, gave out a formal statement
today warmly defending the Commis
eion and Its work.
The statement has been submitted
by Mr. Shoemaker to Senator Cuslck,
of Lino and Lane counties, and to other
members of the legislature.
In it the Game Warden points out
that in salaries and expenses of war
dens alone the Commission has spent,
not $200, but $3927.08, in Linn County
in tne past two years. He also cites
figures showing that in the same period
more than 350.000 game trout have been
planted in Linn County streams, and
that Chinese pheasants have also been
liberated in the county.
Pay of Wardens 2927.08.
Game Warden Shoemaker's statement,
In part. Is as follows:
"In the circular sent out by the Al-
Dany Commercial Club, which Is en
titled 'Abolish the Game Commission,
it is stated that less than $200 in aetual
money was paid for game warden serv
ice in Linn County for the same period.
Practically all of this time we have had
two wardens on the payroll, who have
drawn a total of $2927.08 in salary and
expenses.
"S. B. Tycer,- ef Brownsville, has been
on steadily for, the past two years and
his salary aggregated $1800 and his ex
penses $128.45 for the past two years.
J. H. Metzger, of Albany, has been on
practically the entire time, and has re
ceived $740.83 in salary and $257.80 in
expenses. To neither one of these men
is owed any sum by the Fish and Game
Commission at this time.
"The Fish and Game Commission
liberated during the season of 1915,
10U.53U game trout In the various
streams of Linn County. During the
year 1916, 255.950 game trout were
liberated.
During the same period the Fish and
Game Commission paid, in additional
bounties on wolves and cougar, the sum
of $310.
About 400 Pheasants Liberated
"During the two years approximately
400 Chinese pheasants have been lib
erated within Linn County. The num
ber of pheasants liberated is, as- I
stated, approximate, but all other fig
urea given in thi3 letter are accurate.
I do not have the absolute figures on
Chinese pheasants with me.
"The FiBh and Game Commission
maintains an office in the Commercial
Club building in Portland. This of
fice is located on the ground floor and
has a great deal of window space
which has been used to excellent ad
vantage in the display of animals and
birds of Oregon. We have three rooms
for which we pay the sum of $120
per month: very inexpensive "when
compared with the exceptional ad
vantages which they afford in conven
ently handling a large volume of bus!
ness from day to day. The business
of the game department is constantly
Increasing as the game protection
sentiment increases.
"State Biologist William Finley
spent from the game protection fund
during the year 1916 the sum of
8091.14, which included the purchase of
turns, other photographic supplies
traveling expenses, traveling expenses
or an assistant, ana various otner sun-i
dry items of minor expenses.
No Charge Made for Cowboys.
"If Mr. Finley ever employed 40 cow
boys to help him get a picture of a
bobcat they either worked for nothing
or Mr. Finley paid them out of his
own pocket, as no expense voucher for
the employment of any cowboys in the
taking of any of his pictures has ever
been paid by the Commission.
"The Game Warden has a hard task
at the best, and it is absolutely vital
to the conservation of our fish and
game that those who are good sports
men, as well as good citizens, report
violations when they hear of them. If
they do not so report and so co-operate
with the game department it is ill-
advised on their part to come out later
and say that violations are going on
and no effort is being made to enforce
the game laws.
Sentiment Being Built Up.
"We have been striving earnestly to
build up sentiment favorable to game
protection and game conservation. We
realize that" only through the co-opera
tion of the people can we accomplish
this purpose. If the people of Oregon
expect to continue to enjoy In the fu
ture the splendid sport of hunting and
angling they must not oUy be friendly
to game protection, but they must
actively co-operate and assist the game
department in enforcing the laws.
"The man who knows of game viola
tions and does not report them, and
then later charges the game depart
ment with Inefficiency, is no better
than the violator he has shielded. I
am glad that I can say that I believe
there is much more wholesome and
friendly spirit toward the game depart
ment and game protection and conser
vation than has ever existed.
"This sentiment is constantly on the
increase, and with it come demands
for greater protection, more fish and
game to be liberated and a greater ob
ligation of co-operation.
SCIIOOIi ICE SCHEDULE REMADE
Each Team to Play Each Other Sep
tet Two Games.
The managers of the Jefferson High.
Lincoln High, Washington High and
Columbia University ice hockey teams
last night decided that two games
should be staged between each aggre-
. ration. A schedule was drawn up
. Wednesday night, but this was with
drawn and another one substituted last
night.
According to the new schedule games
will be played on Monday-afternoons
and Friday and Saturday nights.
The first embroglio will be Monday
afternoon when Jefferson High will
send its septet against Washington
High, while on February U, Lincoln
and Washington will meet.
The schedule follows:
January 29 Jefferson versus Washing-ton.
February 2 Lincoln versus Washington.
February ft Jefferson vei-sus Lincoln.
February 10 Columbia versus Washlnc
ton. . - ... .
ieuruary 12 Columbia versus Jefferson.
WARMLY
February ,17 Jefferson versus Washing
ton. .'
February 10 Washington Versus Lincoln.
February 23--Lincoln versus Columbia.
February 28 Jefferson versus Columbia.
March 5 Columbia sarsus Lincoln.
Two games -have been played al
ready. Lincoln winning from Jefferson
2 to 0, and Columbia trimming Wash
ington '5 to 2. The Friday and Satur
day night affairs will be started at
7:30 o'clock. The officials will be se
lected gust before each match.
JORDAX RETAINS CUE TITLE
iohnston Beaten, 150 to 127, in
Three-Cushion Match at Seattle.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 25. (Special.)
Charles Jordan is still Northwestern
three-cushion champion. Nearly every
billiard fan in. the. city was on hand
tonight to see the final "block of tb-e
150-point match ror the titleof North
western champion, being" , played .be
tween Jordan and Walter Johnston, of
Portland. The first two blocks showed
some fine billiards, and Johnson was
in the lead, with a score of 100 to 93,
so Jordan had a hard game to look for
ward to. j
Jordan showed the class of billiards
that he can play when forced. He
never played prettier billiards than to
night, his open-table -shooting- being
uncanny and his safety play was per
fect. The balls troke well for him all
the way and he took advantage of the
good breaks by making many good
runs. He had four 4s and one 7 for
high runs.
Jordan made 57 points in 71 innings.
which is in championship form.
toe rinal score Jordan 150. John
ston 127.
Chase Sibley refereed the contest and
challenged the winner to a match for
tne title and a side bet.
FRED TAYLOR NOW RECOVERED
Star Hockey Player to Take Place
on Ice Again Tomororw
VANCOUVER, B. C. Jan. '25. (Spe
cial.) Cyclone Fred Taylor, star player
of the Vancouver Millionaires, whij was
operated on for appendicitis in pecenv
ber, has recovered and will break . Lrito
the game again Saturday night here-
against Seattle. Taylor will play cert.
ter - ice in place oC .Harney btanisy,
who is suffering from an injured hip,
.President tranK Patrick announced
today that Mickey Ion had reconsidered
his resignation as an official referee
in the-league and will officiate here
on Saturday in the game between Seat
tle and, Vancouver. Billy Kean, of Win
nipeg, the new official, telegraphed to
day that he would "not be able to get
here this week a-nd it is likely that
George Irvine will referee and Jim. Sea.
born act as Judge of play in the game
in Portland tomorrow night. Kean is
expected to reach the Coast in time to
officiate in the game in Portland next
Tuesday when the Millionaires perform
MUSICAIi RIDE SET FOR TOJflCIHT
Open Paper Chase and Junior Crows.
Country Event Tomorrow.
Members of the Portland Hunt Club
will participate in the first musical
ride of the 1917 season at the Portland
Riding Academy at 8 o'clock tonight.
The women s paper chase to be run
tomorrow afternoon will start from the
Garden Home grounds of the Portland
Hunt Club at 3 o clock. Harry M
Kerron, master of fox hounds, will se
lect the trail.
The Junior members of the club will
hold their cross-country ride tomorrow
afternoon. The' party will leave the
Portland Riding Academy at 1:30
o'clock, that the, finish will be near the
finish of the women's event.
Brltton Beats O'Bowd at Finish.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 25. By t
strong tenth-round finish. Jack Brit
ton, the Boston welterweight, gained
a narrow marginal victory over Mike
O'Dowd, of St. Paul, in a 10-round no-
decision contest here tonight. The ma
Jority of fight experts at the ringside
declared the bout even -until the final
round, when Britton. with an excep
tion&l burst of speed, had O'Dowd
nearly groggy at the bell. Britton
weighed 145 and O'Dowd 151.
Wenatchee Bowlers Make Big Score,
WENATCHEB, Wash., Jan. 25.
(Special.) The team selected from the
numerous bowling teams here in the
city to represent Wenatchee at the in
ternational Northwestern - bowling
tournament at Portland next April
played a match game tonight with th
following scores, each man rolling three
games: Oreen, 627: lien, 673: Johnson.
571: France. 582: Nefzeger, 600. This 1
an average of 190.2 pins per man per
game.
Paciflo to Play McMinnville.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest Grove;
Or., Jan. 25. (Special.) The annual
basketball clash between Pacifier Uni
versity afad McMinnville College will
be played here at 8:15 o'clock tomorrow
night. Both teams have good records
for the 1917 campaign. Paoiflo uni
versity is leading the four-team league
with four wins and no defeats.
INQUIRY GROWS WIDER
ALLIED CONCERN'S OF" SPOKANE
COMPANY INVESTIGATED,
Go vera merit Scans Operations of
Se-
attle and Cedar Rapids Organ
izations in Fraud Case.
SPOKANE. Jan. 25. Inauiry by th
prosecution into the organization and
operation of the Olympic Trading &
Supply Company, of Seattle, and the
Iowa Mercantile Company, of Cedar
Rapids, la,, was begun today in thu
trial in the United States District Court
here or dale Smith and four associate
accused of conspiracy to use the mai
to defraud In the sale of stock in th
northwestern General Trading Com
pany, or tpoicane,. ana its allied co
operative mercantile organizations in
other cities. It Is alleged by the Gov
ernment that stockholders. mostlv
rarmers, lost xsuu.uuu through the de
renaants' operations.
Miss Effie Soss. formerly a book
keeper employed by the Northwestern
General Trading Company. testified
that Stenhen T. Knudsen. one of th rl-
fendants. received commissions on con
tracts for stock sales of the North-
western Company and the Olympic
Company before any payments on the
stock had been made. Her testimony
also indicated that Knudsen split his
commissions with Smith, who was
president of the Northwestern General
Trading Company.
J. C. Boyland, of Seattle, who was
general manager of the Olympic Trad
ing & Supply Company, and Thomas It.
Wilder, of Cedar Rapid3, la-, who was
president of the Iowa Mercantile Com
pany, were called by the Government
to establish the method of organization
of the subsidiary companies. Wilder's
apparent evasive answers brought a
sharp rebuke from Judge William Van
Fleet, of San Francisco, who is pre
siding at the trial, and examination of
the witness was undertaken by the
court to bring out the plan of opera
tions devised by Smith. Wilder testi
fied that .Smith visited Cedar Rapids,
and in company with A. H. McGregor.
of that place, outlined the plan of oper
ations, . Wilder still was on the stand
when court aajuurnea.
EB. 3 THRIFT DAY
Entire Nation Sets Aside
Period to Consider Saving.
GOOD EXPECTED TO RESULT
Oregon Chapter of American In
stitute of Banking to Prepare
Programme for Observ
ance -in Portland, y
February 3 will be "Thrift day.
This day has been designated by
ankers and business men throughout
the country as a period for thoughtful
onsiaeration on the part of all classes
of persons not only of the necessity
of saving but also of eliminating the-
many wastes in living. - ,.
Plans for observance of the day In
Portland are under consideration of the
Oregon Chapter of the American In-
titute of Banking. T. H. West, chair
man of the thrift committee of the
chapter, said yesterday that a meet
ing of committee members would be
held probably today when details of a
programme will be worked out.
The idea of thrift is one which all
agree is worthy, and more particularly
because of the high cost of living,
said Mr. West. "Thrift, in its broader
sense, represents top-notch efficiency.
It means the reduction of waste to a
minimum, the elimination.' of useless
extravagance and the conservation- of
all resources.
The effect of thrift is by no means
limited to the financial welfare of the
Individual. Its practice not only re
sults in. a competence in dollars and
cents but develops character through
self-control, self mastery and the self
confidence that thrift inspires."
A. Meyers, president of the First
State Bank of Gresham, says that
Gresham is preparing to observe Thrift
day, and efforts will be made to have
all - the residents give some attention
to the matter of thrift , and to start
the thrift habit. '
'Individual- arTd collective .observ
ance of the day will result in a great
deal of good, throughout the country,"
says Mr. Meyers. It will Bet people to
thinking and should result in great
Benefit to tne communities tnat OD
serve the day and indirectly to the
Ijiole Nation."
FOREIGN TRADE IS TOPIC
PACIFIC COAST WELL REPRESENT
ED AT PITTSBURG.
Delegates to Number of 150 Travel 2500
Miles to Attest Interest In Sub
ject 110O Delegates Present.
PITTSBURG. Jan. 25. The- Paciflo
Coast delegation to the fourth Na
tional Foreign Trade Convention, 130
strong, is the admiration of the gather,
ing. That these business men who are
dealing at first hand with the problems
of Far-Eastern commerce so vita) to the
future of the country should have Jour-
neved 2500 miles to attest their Interest
and bear their part'in constructive dis
cussion of the problems of preparation
of American Industry to meet changed
conditions and keener competition af
ter the war is not only evidence or tne
enterprise of the Pacific Coast in all
National matters, but an inspiration to
the others.
Eleven hundred delegates from all
parts of the country, representing all
dassca of business related to foreign
trails had registered today at the
B-rpitpst foreiern trade conference ever
held in this country, ine novtmem
for a sound National foreign trade pol
icy is a reality rapidly approaching
completion.
The East, West, North and. South
have loined hands at PJttsburs and are
going to it. :
CHILD ACTORS ARE GOOD
HIPPODROME CAMPAIGNERS ALSO
FURNISH MANY LAUGHS.
BMinunu! Hats Entertain by Their
Habit of Returning to Owners,
and Songs Are Enjoyed. -
The Juvenile Six, sprightly boys and
girls, a round half dosen of them, offe
the headline act at the Hippodrome on
the new bill that opened yesterday.
They are billed as a study in black and
white and there is no end of clever.
sterjs. songs and comedy that make u
the act. It is good for recalls galore.
There are many laughs, too, in th
sketch, "The Politician," presented by
William Wilson & Company. The ac
tion concerns the aspirations of a suf
fragette to be Mayor. The male canal
date for the same high honor and the
"Suff" exchange a pointed dialogue in
which each claims to being oetter suit
ed to the lob. It s a scream.
Maggie Lo Clair is a true-to-Ufe
"Natural, Irish Lady," as she is labeled.
She sings Irish songs and there are
many moments that are reminiscent o
the Emerald Isle in her clever stunts.
As an impersonator of Irish character,
she is superior.
George and Martha form an attract
ive partnership act in which they ap
pear in dreBS of the stately Colonial
period. White wigs and silks and sat
ins of the period are worn, while th
two perform wonderfully well on th
banjo. This is one of the favorite
numbers on the new bill. '
May and Kilduff get unlimited
laughe out of their rube comedy offer
lng. "The Sheriff. They play th
na.rts of the comedv country characters
to perfection and Voth are tremendous
ly funny. There may never have been
another Sheriff Just like this one, bu
one can't 'help laughing on that ac
count.
Boomerangs hats, that are thrown
over the footlights into the auditorium
and which return to the thrower, is a
big stunt in the act of Hecks and Hart.
They are also dlabolo spinners and the
act, being an entire novelty, is a
hummer.
That attractive film star, Creighton
Hale, is featured on a two-reel film,
"The Taint," and there is the interest
ing Fathe News."
Seattle Orpbeum Leases Moore.
Word was received here last night
that the Orpheum Theater representa
tives in Seattle had leased the Moore
Theater from the Washington Hotel
& Improvement Company for ten
years. Orpheum shows have been
booked at the Alhambra, a much
smaller house. The deal was closed
by F. B. Henderson, Western manager,
and S. L. Lansburgh, attorney for the
Orpheum Company.
Seventy-flve per cent of the women
employed in the German metal trades
work, io hours or more a day.
iiiiiiiMiitHrtTn!i!fniiM!it!iiitTiiitiMiniiiiMi!fiiTnififiiminfiuiiTMTHttiTHTtmniiij
Mid-Winter
The City Weary
Go to ,
Clatsop
Beach .
Moore's 'Hotel Now
Open. -
Gearhart Links
Are Inviting. -
Daily Train, 8:10 A. M.; Saturday, 8:10 A. M. and 6:15 P. M.
Observation Parlor Car. Dining Car Daily on Evening Train
v ...From Astoria to Portland. . ,r
CITY TICKET OFFICE
5th and Stark.
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BATH RULES PROPOSED
DRAFT MADE . OF ORDINANCE BY
HEALTH OFFICER MARCELLVS.
- : .
-
Council Askea to Reqnlre Thorough
Cleansing of Pools, Twice Weekly
and to Provide Attesdants.
Ai a result of a reduction of rates for
Ity water furnished ..in-, public and
semi-public swimming tanks, ..a rigid
set of rules for sanitation Is to be
forced by the City Council. Rules have
been prepared by City Health orncer
Marcellus and will be presented to the
Council in ordinance form.
The measure, as tentatively prepared,
would require changing of water in all
tanks at least twicea week. When each
change of water Is made the tank must
be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
The bottom and sides roust be white or
some other light color.
The measure would require llle-sav-
ng attendants ana would, require an
slides, swings and other equipment to
be kent in a safe condition. Intoxicated
persons or persona afflicted with tuber
cular diseases or other comnvumcaDie
diseases would be excluded. Persons
would be prohibited from sliding down
a chute while standing or In a kneeling
nositlon.
All persons before entering the pool
would be required to take a shower
bath and cuspidors woold be req,ulretf
In all dressing, pool or tank rooms.
Bathers or attendants would be pro
hibited from using tobacco-in or about
any pool. '
AUTO SHOW IS READY
SO
MORE CARS ARB DISPLAYED
THAJf AT LAST EVBMT,
Crowds and Exhibits at Opening To
morrow Kla-ht Are Expected to
Establish New. Records. . '
The Armory, Tenth and Couch
streets, where Portland s. eighth an
nual automobile show la to open to
morrow night at 7:30 o clock, was the
scene yesterday of hurried preparation
for the exhibition, which is to be by
far the biggest in the history or tne
entire Pacific Northwest.
Joseph M. Rieg, manager or tne
(show, announced yesterday that epace
had been reserved for loo cars ana
motor trucks, or 69 more than were
on disolav at last year's record-break
ing event. All or tne wans in me
main drlllroom haVe been coverad with
panorama .paintings done under The di
rection of Pierre Trali8 and Bpeclal
naintings are now being completed for
the ballroom on the second floor, where
all cars selling for less than iouq are
tn be disnlaved. '
Most of the paintings depict favorite
Columbia River Highway views, a ne
study of the Columbia River gorge
from Crown Point, being particularly
effective. Crater Lake, White Salmon
Valley and racetrack views complete
the horizon, which is 600 feet long and
12 feet deep.
Officials are discussing the advisa
bility of keeping the show, open bun
dav afternoon, and it is likely that de
cision will be reached to that effect.
The. special annex building, S by 160
feet, which is to house the 35 motor
trucks, is now completed.
YAKIMA - FRUITMEN ELECT
Decision Made to Sever Connection
With Pacific Distributors.
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash., Jan. 25.
(Special.) C. H. Hlnman was re
elected president of the Yakima Valley
Fruitgrowers' Association Wednesday,
other officers chosenbelng: J. J. Rud
kin, Kennewick, first vice-president;
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dailv aad Sand?.
Omm ttm IZm
feame 1 two coDMeotlre tl
K ins saii IhrM tfiunftOCUttT timM SU
toitme td nix or eveo cncuHvf time -, .
lk above rate apply to advert went eats.
Imiiw except tne loiiwwsnas
buaatioue V antci-e-lmfe.
MtuatioBfl V anted t emmle,
fror Kent Kooaie A rival i;'aaillea
Board and ttootn Fiivato stamOttea.
HflUMkeeuiDK kutomt l'rivate k mi ilea.
lLaCe oa toe above clwiteifiraiiona im 3 ceata
a un eacn iomtiiob.
The OretTomeo. hUI aeeat elaaairied mA-
vrtiementM vver the telepuoaa, provided Uta
advertjer i a ettbeeritMW 4f cutler poaa.
So price will be quoted iver the puone, bat
Diu win do wuerra ids wuitm-nuM oar
uv ..44 n r eubeeaiissat adveriasneiite will ba
accepted aver the phoaa dfpende upon the
promptaetv) of pajaseut of Aelrpuene adver
tifcenients. "fettuatioaa Waated aad "Fer
tonal" adveeaiMfaiesta evil not ba aeewpted
vvr the teiepboua. Ordera lor ooe lueertioa
only evill be accepted for "iuxoitur for
bale, "rJaklnetss Opportunities' " .ooaiii
Uousn" mud "Wanted to Keats"
Hrriou error in advertise meat e will
rectified by republication v it bout additioaai
runrce. but eucb republication will not be
made where the error doe not material!
art et the value of t'te advertiaemeDt.
Cancellation of order over the telephone
Dot rccoitni'f d uaieea confirmed tit muu
a5 In writ inc.
"City cw la Brief advert I tjemrnt mnr
be nreaented for publication for The boo day
Oregon ian before ft o'clock fenturday niter
aeon-loc alitvc tin publication, balafa
Recreation
Charles A. Bragdon, Grandvlew, sec
ond vice-president; Edgar Ix.. Porter,
Buena. secretary; John Xobi, Lower
Naches. treasurer: E. L. Porter. 8.' IS.
Aicixee. beian. and John Uobte, ejfecu
tive committee. C. H. Swigsrt was re
elected manager, C. W, McCullagh,
sales manager and N. C. Richards, at
torney, j .
Reports it the annual" - meeting
snowed the association has 4 50 to COO
shipping members. During the season
since May 1 it has done a business of
$680,000. The members voted, practical
ly without dissent, for severing connec
tlons with the North Pacific Krult Pis.
trltjutore. but formal action has not
been taken by the trustees. " '
Read The Oregonfan classified ads.
4MC1EM ENTS."
BEST fOMlO Ol'tlU
IN YKAHS .
i-
-s
T TT7TT TCI Broadway a Taylor.
A HjILiHJ Phones Mala 1, A HS3
TONIGHT 8:15 InT?
SPECIAL PRICE -
Mat. Tomorrow, 2:15
ANDREAS DIFPLE'
Presents the Brilliant Musical Hit
. THE
Lilac Domino
EXCELLENT CAST AN'D CHORUS
AUGMENTED ORCHESXKA
EVG'fi Floor. 12, 1.B0; Blaconr. 1.
ir,c. 50c; Gallsry, 60c
Ppeeial Price Mat. Tomorrow. Floor,
$1.60, 1; Balcony. 1, T3c, 60c; pal. 60c.
TICKETS NOW BEtLlNO
BAKER
THEATKR .
Broadway A
Morrleon,
"ALWAYS A SHOW Or QUALITY."
THE ALCAZAR PLAYERS.
All WaIt Uatln C .. J.
The Great Underworld Konasce.
'The Deep Purple'
By Paul "Armstrong and Wilson Mlanir.
Evenln-s. 25o. GOc. 75c. Bat. Mat.: 25e. 50c.
Nxt Week, Starting- Sunday Matlnaa
"The Old Homestead"
, (Seats now selling).
Next .
GEORGE
NASH.
Week.
I - MME. "
OHK.MAN.
Harry Lester Mason; How
ard's Animal Spectacle; Foster
Halt; Mljares; Orpheum Travel
Weekly; Concert Orchestra.
FAR BER GIRLS.
turn
- .-s-L',V'
" -"'Hi I
"O ANT AGES
-i. MATINEE DAILY. 2:30
THE COURTROOM GIRLS.
A. Hag time Travesty on a Trial.
S Ot'HEK BIG ACTS S
Boxes and loges reserved by phone.
Curtain i0. 1 and .
AUCTION SALES TODAY,
At 850 Alder street, ' comer Park; 60
rooms, furrntura, carpets, Ruud instan
taneous heater, eta. Sals at 10 AA. M. T.
Wllaon, auctioneer. .
Fora Auction House, 191 2d st. Furniture
carpets, etc Sale at z P. M.
At Wilton's Auntlon House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. I8B-1U Second at.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
eUADTS COBtTRN IV "TH8 PRIVATE
CALL.." TODAY.
MAJESTIC THEATER,
WASH. AT PARK. MAT. 10c; EV1, 15c.
WANTED On Westover Terrace, a neaf.
reliable general housework girl; must
have good references. Phone Marshall
1DU8.
MEETING NOTICES.
MYRTLE CHAPTER, NO. IB.
O. K. 8. Regular meeting this
(Friday) evening. In Masonic
Temple at g o' clock. Dergeea. By
yruvr , . . as.
JE.VNIB H. GALLOWAY. Sec
ALBERT PIKB LODGE, NO,
102. A F. AND A. M. Special
communication tonlirht (Fri
day). 7 o'clock. M. AL deKree.
Visitors welcome By order of
W. AL E. H. 1V11S, Sec
MT. HOOD LODGE NO. 157.
A. K. AND A. M. A drill will
be held In the lodgeroom this
(Friday) evening al 7:3u. All
officers and members are urged
to be present.
E. O. DICK. Secretary.
WEBFOOT CAMP. NO. 63. WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD, meets every Frlduy night
at W. O. w. leinple. ntn streeL All
members welcome. Kum to Kamp Friday
nigbu a. l.. Artt$u. clerk.
N, B, CASLER. Consul Commander.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pin
New designs, Jaeger Bras. Xiii-H cutta st.
x
This directory la for tfa Information
lble the) different linea of bixainesa which
sion to use. Any information which cannot be found here will be gladly fur
nished by phonic Main 7070 or A. toS. House 40.
ACCUKUION 1'LLtma
- BTKHAN, heuiftUlchlng, scaUoplng, ac
eora.. siils pleat, buttons eovered; mail
orders, aa luuck sloes. Broadway liwa
AUATK Cl'TTVtUi.
slelaT. Mr. Jeweler, expert watchmaker
M,liq rs. oiJVa W uuv. bei. liii . ana i'...
ASSAYLKd A.NI AMALkbTS.
MONTANA ASSAY UFFiCiC, 144 Oold,
ATXOIOtKkS.
J. Idakelim Probata, real Mtata. tnlninf
and corporation law; abstracts and titles
xamini-d; written opinioi. furumned. 1441
Northwestern bans bios;. Maia 4i4a.
U1VVEK. 6lk Pitloclt blocit. 2o cuaxae tux
preliminary consultation.
U. aAHuxE, lawyer,
Maral.au fcij.
0J Manama bid.
CANCKK.
AI. Jones. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
Brewer bidg.. isth and Alberta. V dm. lo
t'AKl'KT WAAVEKS.
Ll lf KLt.S UO.M OLD MU'IU
Carpet cleaning, retlitiag. ate North
weat Hug co.. los E. i0 at. Botn pbones.
(tlLUOll) UtTIUNa. 11 Allots.
oo?Hk 1W1.N-HODSOS COMPANY.
ei Washington at. Mam 81V and A 1204.
ClUKOrOlMaT.
William. Estelle and William. Jr. reveny
e oniy scientilio chiropodists In the city.
' k 1 ou txorunger b.ug., soutnwesl cor
Pur Jd and Alder. Prions Main lauL
CHIKOPRACTIO PHYSICIANS.
' ' utediclnea and operations.
jrerrnaneutly restoring health without
drugs or scara. Dr. UcMaaon making
good. at adjustments tlo. Macleay bidg.
WWl . bsnltariutn, Pati?Dta aatlatied, L
ooost. casw Questiena tree.
A)K. OAMORB. chlronraclnr snH
therapist Specialist In nervous disorders.
Hoora gia Bwetland bids. Pbsns East usa.
J CIKCULAJt LKTK&S.
t-ltA.-VB LEIER CO., CIO K
T17 kM u -
6M-'J. loo lettera muitigraphed" for g'l.
COAL A.l) BBIQt ETS.
CHlRCHLEt BROS., Main Ml. A
-oai. L)iamondBriQucts. Klndllnr.
COLLECTIXO AGENCY.
W. W. DAV1ES. collections. arlin.. Kirf.
Main gpja. Bonded ; reaonabl charges.
NETH A CO., Worcester bldg. Main liu
o collectioq, no charge? established luoo.
UANC1NQ.
. . . " Dancing Academy. 85 5th.
a w tV".an1 L""t; private lessons, 2;
M- P. evo; latest dances g uaraii teed
class Thurs.. Sat. ev T-:0. Bdwy 21SU.
Trt"f P!U"t: glasses fttteft. Dr.
F. Caused ay. 617 Dekum bldg.. 8d A Wn.
1'IBE lX6t.KAJ.CE.
PACIFIC STATES F1RB INSLRA.VCB CO.
fllX.
Ui.-u "ORAD .Newcastle coal, fs per ton.
delivered. lliamond briquets, .5t. for
ll-r?- .? " Halscy sts.
-oil. V. joi.
WHOLESALERS AND
AMO AND BIGGI TOPS.
DCBRtriLLE BCGGjr TOP CO.. 20 td St.
ALTO .bl-KINU MaKH-ACIIBIXB,
. - Mig. and repair-
J-AMER aPtlMGC(sw"liig; 4uui springs
carried in stock,
loth A Coucn sts
HAUliAUE CHECKED At HOME.
Bagage ai omnibus Transfer. Park c 13 ay la
DUV 0001)3 WHOLESALE.
L. Dinkelspiet Co. rrBl
URAXN MERCHANTS.
M. H. HOCSER, Board of Trade blds;!
GROCERIES.
CO., 67-75 Fourth, strast.
WADHAMS A
HATS AND CAPS.
TH ANHOUSER HAT CO.. 3-S3 Front St.
HlHErt, WOOL, CASCARA BAHK,
KAHN BROS.. 11U Front street.
ISLAM PACTIKK.H8 LADIES' NECK WE AH.
K ASTERN NOV ELTY MFO. CO., ei S 6th St.
FAIN TS AND LI BKICATINti OILS.
W. P. Fl'LLEIt A CO.. lUlh and Davis sts
MEETING NOTICES. I
SELLWOOD LODGE, NO. 1S1.
A. K.'AXD A. M. Staled com
munication this t Friday) even
ing, o'clock. Sellwood Masonic
Hall. Work E. A. degree and
" lecture by Brother George Eatea.
Visitors welcome By order w . M.
J. 11. BUTLER. Sec
PORTLAND LODGE NO. 65.
A F AND A. M. -peclal com
munication 7:ol) this (.Friday!
evening-; work in K. adegreo;
visitors welcome By order W.
jL C. M. BTEADilAN,
Secretary.
HASSALO
WILL meet this trnoay)
evenJus at T:SO o'clock at iii
Alder streeL Work In the sec
olid degree. Visitors welcome.
J. Q. ERICKSOX. N. U.
F. COZENS, Kec Sec.
L0.OF.
t , d-, . . .s.'nvnart .lewelers. for Emblema
Class Pins and presentation Medals Designs
and estimates furniahed free, dltf Waaa.
DIFD.
LADD William A. Ladd, Jan. za, agea i
r... . . , t a ij,tid. 396 Mor
nS ( I, 1 1 in a asiih. w ..
ris su Remains are at Holman's funeral
parlors Announcement of funeral later.
ITNERAt NOTICES.
SIMMONS At the family residence. iis(
a .isniiurv us. lull, r 1 icu.
r. Slmmone age 65 years; native of Michi
gan. He is survived by the widow and
one son. E. R. Simmons, of this city; a)ho
two sisters. Mrs. Charles Fraaier. of this
...... .. .1 i . .TI.imtiu, Rrnmliiv. of b t.
Johns. Mich., and two brothers. Charles, of
Flint. Mich., and E. T. himmons. ot uomi
Hill, Or. funeral tooay irnuaji, -M.,
at Chambers Company's new funeral
parlors, corher Emerson and Kerby streets,
pposite Jefferson High School.
OALVIN The funeral of the lata Walter
E. (Jalvln, wno passea away in vols
January 4. will be held tomorrow (Satur
day), at S:43 A. M., from his residence. 6-'8
Irving street, thence to the Cathedral.
Fifteenth and Davla streets, where mass
will be held at U A. M. Friends Invited.
Interment family lot. Lone Fir Cemetery.
FVNEBAL DIRECTORS.
Edward Holman, Pres.; W. J. Holman, 6eo.;
J. E. Werletn, Treas.
EDWARD H0L1MAN CO.
ESTABLISHED 1877.
RELIABLE
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Lady Assistant
. . Third and Salmon Streets
- Main 507, A 1511
PERFECT
ITXERAL SERVICES FOB LESS
l MILLER & TRACEY -
Independent Funeral Directors
" - Lady AssisUsnt.
Wash, st Ells tst., lieu xuth mad- list
Mais K6S1, A ISS5. tl est side.
Day and night service
J. P. FINLEY A SON.
Progressive Funeral Directors.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
DUNNING A M'ENTEE, funeral dlreotora
Broadway and Pine atreet. Phons Broad
w ay 430, A 4358. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUNNING, INC..
East bide Funeral Directors
414 East Alder street. East iJ, B S53S.
A, R. 2ELLER A CO., 0U- WILLIAMS AVE.
East loss. C lues. Lady attendant.
6KEWES UNDERTAAvlNG COMPANY. d
and Clay. M'n 4152, A 2321. Lsuiy attendant.
MR AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral 'service. E SQtn and Glisan. Tab. 4313.
EhlCeOX Residence Undertaking Psrlore
lllh and Morrison sta Main blast. A 2a5-
P. L. LERCIi, East ilth and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East T6L. B lbbs. . .
HORTICULTURE.
pniTVING. soraylna. tree suraery. craftasrc
Aj)ert gaxdeaers. ASidiolas. Maia T4LL.
of th nuhlic tn iriva as far as DOS-
t ha vera c nrhin mav find occa
1UL
LOOK.
. - wool".
18i cords dry tir, alilpped tn by farm
er, must stll to se uu-murragw.
can save dealer's pujliu Mala JaOO. ASS
lur Kdjiuy. .
MKSSKNOEK SEKVUK
UASTV U t-SSLl.NtiKK CO.-
-Moloicyles sad
a. sias.
OPIOMKI Kl.-TS AM) OPTICHNS.
w WHY rAY ur.i
sTN A SAV1.NG Ot' i.i lu 60Ci.
I ruperly titud g.aaaea a low
.. li ..it- Anno fttiiiKd customers;
satisfaction itia'anleed. CUM. W. ciJ"
uiitn. optomeliiot. ilou Morrisou. Main -1--
MlstCAL
EMIL, TUlUluK., Violin Teacher, pupil
gevcla. -u; flieuuerb.os Marshall ltt-tf.
. . lVl ijcr ATlOli-NEsa.
It. c. WlilOHI lii years' enperlcencs U. d.
and foreign patents. t,ul Uvaum o.ug.
PllBSlCLs-N.
LH. H. A. 1'UlLUfli, Ailsky bidg. Get my
uew buokkt, cnruiiio jjisease ; It s tree.
lli'K.
POHXLA.SU U OUU PIPE CO. isstory an
orlice near mm and loig sts. Main Slaa.
t lKLMLMi.
KEYSTONE- PRESS J. K. Ganteobeln. Mgr.
i'rlutuig and liaotyping. luols Pront su.
c-oruer ctar. Miiu or A lelo.
i;tos Au
iLttr utoa.
j jlutf Kugs From Old Carpets
rusi. ail siaes; luaii orders prompt; booaieg
WEo-lERN FLCrlf KLO CO..
64-56 Union ava. IS. a.aal bois. At . t
REAL LSTATE DEALERS.
PALMEU-JO.NES CO 11. P- o4 Wilcoa bid
KlPTl Kli a.u yma.
RUPf U'KE A.VB PILES
Euccessluily treated williQul operation,
pain or detention from bus.ue.sa. P. O. Aios
lu7, Portland. Or.
NT tl KAti E AjlT KAX St'K B.
HU-.K bTUKAOK. I EEE MOVING.
Telephone tor our proposition; we cab
save you mouuy; storage, packing, mov
ing, shipping.
Modorn Urick Storage Warehouse.
SECURITY: STORAGE Ac TRANSFER CO-,
Office 10S Park t Main (ilttS, A 104L
Warehouse 44-4 1. 6th St. N.
ALWAYS" PICK THE BEST Household
goods Epeoialista; storage, packing, snipping-
and moving; horse or auto vanaj
special freight rates to all points,
c: O. PICK. TRA.NSr.-ER Ai STORAUS CO .
'.Id and Pino sts. Broadway Si)6. A lir.'S.
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 474 Ollsan St .
corner J3th Telephone Main 69 or A
We own sud operate two large class A
warehouses on terminal tracks; lowest ta-
' surauce rates in the city.
MUISON ST DOCK. A NO WAREHOUSE.
Office. ISO Madison. General merchandlas
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 76aL
UBEtN AND DRT SLABWOOD. biockwood,
Punama Fuel Co. Main OTO. A Sbuu.
1MANUFACTUREKS
NON-INTOXICATING BEVERAGES.
V.'El.Sii AKD'S liUUis.V AMBER NECTAR.
Henry Weinhard l iant, lai.li spd Burnslds
sta.. I'hone Main 7'J, A 1172.
PAINTS, OILS AND CLASS.
RASMl'tst.N CO.. Jd ami T or sts.
l'IPE. PIPE PITl'INGS ANIA VALVES.
I. L. KE1NE. Sl-htf Pront St. w
lXt.MlilNu AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. K.E1NE, 4-U Front St.
PhUNTlNQ.
W. BALTES A COMPANT.
PRINTING S
Irst A Oak sta Main loo. A 1 lfto
I'BOUt'CK.
PRODUCE, drleu aruit, correspondence so
licited. Union Produce Co., U8 Uuloa ave.
I KOUl t E COMMISSION MtKl lLlMS.
EVEltOINO A FAREEEL. 14u Front St.
HOPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Corroage Co., l-l'.n and Northrop.
HASH, DOORS AM) GLASS.
FCEEER r CO., llh and Davis
W ALL PAl'EK.
MORGAN' WALE PAPER CO..
230 2d -
FLORISTS.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. Florletl. 854
Washington. Main -69, a 126U. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS, Florists -ST Morrison St.
stain or a laoo. t ine r lowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
MAX M SMITH. Main 71115. A 212 L SeU
Ing big.. 6th and Alder ate
TONSETH FLORAL CO..
z&5 Washington
Main 6102. A 1101
St., between 4th and oth.
CREMATORIUM.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Cemetery and Crematorium
T.hn, 1 AAA TV
MAUSOLEUM.
'THE BETTER WAY"
Humane, Scientific Security for the DeaO,
Sanitary Proieclloa for tiie -Uvln.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
MAUSOLEUM
Terxnlnua - JtWervlew Car line, - Taylor's
Ferry Road.
For Particulars Inquire
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Phons B-dwy 35 L I 63S Pittock Block.
MONUMENTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, 264-28", 4th
t., opposite City Hall. Main 6u64. Philip
Neu A Sons for memorials.
OBLAESING GRANITE! CO. 1
U Third .t hadison street. I
OREGON HUaMANE SOCIETY
Office Boom 153 Courthouse, ftth-etrcct
Kn trance.
Phone from I to 5 MmIii j8. Home phone A
XfiaiOw Nlglit call after oiflce ho urn. Main t .03.
Report, all case of cruelly to the above
address. Klectric If thai chamber for small
aniruais. Horse auibulaiice tor sic It sal
disabled animals al a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or oiber pets communi
cate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
stoclc as we look after all Impounding.
There Is no more city pound, just Oregoa
Humane Society.
NEW TODAY.
WANT' $6000 AT 6
On ai,ooo Portland Property.
Ritter Lowe & Co.
205-2O7 HOARD OP TRADE BLDG.
EBIHOLSOOOlYXO
t3?c, 7 LOANS
ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
kORTHWLSltRM BANK BUIIDIN4
MORTGAGE LOANS
$300 Upwards at 6-7
Oregos Isvestment A alortsras; Csw
Offices ia-4. 170 Ihlrd St.
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
3Q4 wilcox rn.DC. w.tix TQ8
Want to Buy
2 or 3 vacant lota, bet. Market and
Hall and Third a;:d Tark. Utate price.
T S2, Orctoulau.