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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY. JUNE 31, 1917.
COAST TRADE GOOD
Emerald Line Sends Its Rep
resentatives to Portland.
THIRD VESSEL TO BE ADDED
Steamers Kilburn and Breakwater
Doing Good Business Between
Here and San Francisco, on
To make a general survey of the
property and route and arrange for the
operation of another steamer in the
Bervice is the announced purpose of a
visit here by Andy Mahony, interested
with Tom Crowley, of San Francisco,
in the Emerald line. and Harry
Struthers, of the firm of Struthers &
lixon, who are general agents for the
San Francisco advices have it that
they will embark there Saturday on
the steamer F. A. Kilburn for Portland,
inspecting agencies and meeting ship
pers at Eureka and Marshfteld on the
way. It was reported Monday that the
steamer Geo. W. Elder, which was pur
chased with the Kilburn and Break
water from the North Pacific Steam
ship Company, would be returned to
the Portland-San Francisco service, but
she is in the southern trade out of the
Golden Gate, and the later information
is that the line is dickering for an
other vessel for the northern route.
In the hubbub of negotiations on the
part of the Pacific Steamship Company
to acquire the turbiners Northern Pa
cific and Great Northern, also the
steamers Beaver and Rose City, the
Emerald line did not figure as one of
the connections from Portland, yet the
Breakwater and Kilburn have been
steadily on the run, and have not been
getting full cargoes from here, either.
Since the Mahony & Crowley control
became a reality, the steamers have
been operated on a dependable sched
ule, and the last trip of the Breakwater
from San Francisco is said to have
been with the largest passenger list
she has carried from that city since
her operation on the present schedule.
In making the outside ports, the
steamers often refill space emptied
with partial shipments, and in that
way revenues are larger than if only
shipments were handled from each end
of the run. The Chamber .of Commerce,
which has Issued a circular to ship
pers, calling on them to support lines
running from Portland, has determined
to inquire into the routing of cargo,
and it is expected that firms repre
sented here will patronize vessels mak
ing this port in preference to those
running to Puget Sound on shipments
for interior rail points.
STOUT IS RATED AS BARGE
Official Inspection Made as Such
Because Engines Are Xot Installed.
Though built as a crack motorship.
patterned after the steam-schooner
type, the Frank D. Stout is to suffer
the ignominy of being classed for a
time as an ocean-going barge, and she
will be officially inspected today at
Marshfield as such under direction of
"United States Inspectors of Steam Ves
sels Edwards and Wynn. She belongs
to the California & Oregon Lumber
Company, at Brookings, Cal., and is to
carry material from there to the Gold
en Gate when her engines are ready.
Meanwhile she will be used between
Coos Bay and San Francisco, being
towed, the C. A. Smith Lumber Com
pany having taken her over tem
porarily. Annual inspections to be made Sat
urday in this district will be of the
Shaver steamers Henderson and Co
quille. the former being the most
powerful of that line and the Coquille
being one of the smallest.
WAR FLEET BIG OX COAST
Cunard Line Sticks to Prefix in
Xaming New Steel Ships Taken.
Some fighting titles are being as
sembled by the big Cunard line in
naming its new fleet of steel steamers
built on the Pacific Coast, the War
Baron being finished here at the Wil
lamette Iron & Steel Works and will be
given her dock trial Saturday, while
the War Viceroy is about ready to leave
the ways at the Northwest Steel Com
At San Francisco, the War Baron was
recently finished and is in commission,
and the War Monarch is under way as
well as the War Sword. At Seattle the
War Dog is building and at Eastern
yards a number of other ships are un
der way that will sail in the War fleet.
The United States Shipping Board has
not progressed with its 'plans to the
point of naming its war fleet, but some
such system is looked for, unless it is
determined simply to assign numbers.
CASCADE LOCKS TO REOPEX
Gatzcrt Shoots Rapids With Passen
gers When Canal Is Found Closed.
Closing of the Cascade Locks by the
freshet prevented the steamer Bailey
Gatzert from making her usual trip
from here to The Dalles last night, but
she will leave on schedule tonight, as
the river was reported falling at The
Dalles yesterday, and that was counted
on to permit the locks to be operated
On the down trip Tuesday Captain
Archie Geer treated 125 passengers to
a thrill when he navigated the steamer
through the Cascades of the Columbia,
the locks being closed so he could not
take the usual route. The Gatzert was
first to carry regular passengers
through the rapids. The last vessel to
make the run was the steamer r. S.
Baker, June 26, 1S93.
CIIAXXEL PROJECT OPPOSED
Deepening or Columbia From Snake
to Priest Rapids Xot Favored.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. June 20. Senator McNary was
notified today that the local engineer
office at Portland has recommended
deepening the channel of the Columbia
River from the mouth of Snake River
to Priest Rapids, but that the rivers
and harbors engineer board does not
favor the project, as there is now a
depth of three to four feet at low
water, which they consider adequate
lor existing and prospective commerce.
However, the board will allow 30
days for interested parties to make
whatever showing they desire in sup
port of the proposed improvement be
fore formally reporting to th Secre
tary of War.
PLANTS FILE SHOP PLANS
New Shipyard and Machinery Tlstab-
lishmcnt Hurrying Construction.
Blueprints of ground plans and pro
posed buildings at the St. Johns ship
yard of the Grant- Smith - Porter
Outhrie Company and of the Pacific
Marina Iron. Works, the latter haviusT
THIRD OREGON REVIEWED
BY COLONELS OF ARMY
Private Soldier in Guardhouse for Infraction of Regulations Learns That
"Dead Grandmother" Excuse Fails to Work in Army.
BY WILL, G. MACRAE.
WITH THE THIRD REGIMENT
OREGON INFANTRY, June 30.
(Special.) A distinguished
party of regular Army officers, consisting-
of Colonel C. E. Dentler, commander
of the First LMstrict of the Sixteenth
Division, with headquarters at Port
land; Colonel Zinn Burr, Colonel 11.
D. Styer, Lieutenant-Colonel Allen M.
Smith, the new medical inspector for
this district; Colonel B. C. Morse,
Forty-fourth Intantry; General George
A. White and William Reidt visited the
camp today on an inspection tour.
It was no casual inspection of the
men and the condition of the camp, for
the officers visited each company quar
ters and afterwards a parade' and a
review of the troops in camp was held.
Colonel Smith had a chance to get
first-hand, knowledge of what the san
itary troops were doing, for Captain
Edgar W. Stewart and his staff were
just finishing a number of minor oper
ations, and the hospital was one of the
busiest places in the camp.
Back yonder in the Sunday school
and primer days one of the big lessons
taught was that "honesty was the best
policy." It still holds good. This is a
story of a private soldier who tried
to fib his way out of the guardhouse.
This prisoner didn't like his new
started its new plant on the block
bounded by the river and East Water
street. East Salmon and East Main
streets, have been filed at the office
of the Commission of Public Docks.
The permits are first acted on by the
Council and in turn by the Dock Com
mission, which exercises jurisdiction
on construction within 1000 feet of the
At both sites work is under way.
The Pacific Iron Works, which Is to
have engine and boiler- plants, is pre
paring to start driving piling for foun
dations next week. Part of the prop
erty is covered by a dock, built by the
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad.
which is the owner, and that will be
available for berthing vessels while
machinery installation is under way.
Port of Portland Commission will meet at
3 o'clock this afternoon.
Captain Genereaux. of the Oregon Steve
doring- Company, who is on a business trip
to San Francisco, is expected home Sat
The last of her lumber cargo -being
aboard this afternoon, the steamer Johan
Poulsen will sail from W estport lor Ban
It was nearly midnight when the San
Francisco A Portland liner Rose City made
fast at A ins worth dock. Captain Clyde
Parker brought the ehip into the river from
the south at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
and she left up tor Portland after discharg
ing' Astoria freight.
Captain W. H. Hembree expects to sail to
day aboard the gasoline packet Tltlacum for
Alaska, where she will be operated during
the season. The Wanderer left here a few
days ago to join the northern fishing fleet.
Her oil-burning equipment being installed
the Government steamer Major James For-
nance will be given a trial trip today. She
Is used between Astoria and military posts
at the mouth of the Columbia.
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotes.
COOS BAY, Or., June 20. Special.) The
steamship Kilburn arrived from Portland
today. She is loading shingles and box
snooks at JNorth He nil.
The steamship Breakwater arrived from
San Francisco and. Eureka and will sail for
The steam schooner Hardy arrived to load
lumber at the Buehner mill.
The steam schooner Santa Monica is in
the harbor for a lumber cargo at North.
ASTORIA, Or., June 20. (Special.)
While turning around in the local harbor
today preparatory to going to sea the lumber-laden
motor schooner Margaret ran onto
the sands opposite the city. She lay there
about six hours, waiting for the - tide to
The vessel Is apparently uninjured but
she will be surveyed by Captain McNaugbt,
surveyor for the San Francisco Board of
Marine Underwriters, before sailing.
The motor schooner Burroughs that was
recently built in Portland for Libby. McNeill
& Llbby sailed for Puget Sound.
Bringing freight and passengers for As
toria and Portland, the steamer Rose City
arrived from San Pedro and San Francisco.
The steam schooner W ah keen a, which
towed the water-logged steam schooner
Westerner into port a few days ago, sailed
for San Francisco, carrying a full cargo
of lumber from St. Helens.
After taking on lumber at the Hammond
mill and at Oak Point, the steam schooner
Johan Paulsen shifted to West port, where
she will complete her cargo.
Having discharged her cargo of oil at
Portland, the tank steamer Wm. F. Herrin
sailed for California.
The steamship Great Northern arrived
from San Francisco bringing freight and
The waterlogged steam schooner Westerner
finished discharging her deckload of lum
ber tonight, and will leave tonight for Port
land in tow of the tug Oneonta.
Bringing fuel oil for Portland the tank
steamer J. A. Chanslor arrived from Cali
SAN" FRANCISCO. June 20. (Special.)
Captain "Bob" Lawson has been made mas
ter of the former German steamer Sera pis.
He took up his duties today. He is well
known as a shipmaster in this port.
The bark C. F. Crocker has been sold by
B. H. Tietjen to Captain Bodge for $50,000.
She Is a vessel of 702 tons, and is loading
lumber at Eureka for a foreign port.
SEATTLE. Wash., June 20. (Special.)
Arrivals at this port today included the
steamer Turret Crown from Vancouver, B.
C, and the Bee from San Francisco, via
The departures Included the steamer Ad
miral Watson for Anchorage via Southeast
ern and Southwestern Alaska points;
steamer Northland for Southeastern Alaska,
via Point Wells.
Movements of Vessels.
ASTORIA. June 20. Sailed at 8:30 A. M..
steamer W. F. Herrin. for San Francisco; at
A. M.. steamer Wahkeenah, for San Fran
cisco; at 12:20 P. M.. steamer Great North
ern, for San Francisco; at 2 P. M., motor
schooner W. F. Burrows, for Puget Sound.
Arrived at 2:43 P. M. and left up at 4 :."0
steamer J. A. Chanslor. from San Francisco:
at 3:30 P. M. and left up, steamer Rose City,
rrom ban Pedro via ban Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Arrived at 11
A. M., steamer Aacunclon from Portland.
Sailed at noon, steamer Beaver for San
Pedro. Arrived at 3 P. M.. steamer. North
ern Pacific from Flavel.
COOS BAY. June 20. Arrived, steamer F.
A. Kilburn from Portland for Eureka and
SAN PEDRO. June 20. Arrived at noon,
steamer Necanlcum from Portland: at 7 A.
M., steamer Ryder Hanlfy from Columbia
SAN FRANCISCO. June 19. Sailed at 7
P. M., steamer Klamath for Portland.
PORT SAN LUIS, June 1. Sailed at 11
p. M., steamer Oleum for Portland.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Arrived.
Northern Pacific, from Flavel.
TACOMA, Wash.! June 20. Arrived-
Steamers Quadra British ). from British
Columbia; barge North Bend, In tow of
tug Anacla, from British Columbia. De
parted Steamer Quadra, for British Co-
V. S. Xaval Radio Reports.
Kllbum, Coos Bay for Eureka. 85 miles
south of Coos Bay.
WAPAMA, San Francisco for Tacoma, S3
miles north of Cape Mendocino.
ADELINE SMITH. Coos Bay for San Fran
cisco. 5 miles south of Coos Bay.
TOPEK A, San Francisco for Eureka. 30
miles north of Point Reyes.
MUTNOMAH, San Pedro for San Fran
cisco, fto miles south of San Francisco.
MOFKETT. Seattle for San Pedro, 312
miles north of San Pedro.
quarters. He was sent in from one of
the companies on detached service for
some minor breach of discipline. The
soldier thought out a grand scheme.
Yesterday a. special-delivery letter
was received from the soldier's home
up the country, isaying that the lad's
father was ill and not expected to live.
An investigation of the letter followed.
The father is enjoying the best of
health and at work. The soldier did
not get & chance to go home. He's still
serving out his sentence.
There is a new rule about the sol
diers discharged because of dependency
in their families. Not only will the
truth of the affidavits necessary to get
the discharge be carefully investigated,
but any soldier who has received his
discharge and is still within the age
limit of the conscription must register
and get his little green card. Now
rumor has it that the War Department
is contemplating putting an end to dis
charges for dependency.
Last night was a busy one In camp.
All of the companies had been out on
a reconnoitering march during the aft
ernoon and. had located places to estab
lish outposts at night. Right after
battalion parade the companies were
marched to these locations and the out
posts were established. It was about
9 o'clock before the soldiers camp back
TRAVELEASTTO BE HEAVY
PASSENGER MEN THINK TRAFFIC
WILL BE LARGE THIS YEAR.
Snmjner KxruinioB Fare. Xow In K f
fect on All Line in Northweat
Rate Slightly Higher.
"Back-East" excursion fares went
into effect on all lines In the North,
west yesterday and hundreds of per
sons availed themselves of the priv
ilege. Despite the slight Increase in the
round-trip rate over the rate of former
years, the railroad passenger agents
believe the volume of travel will be
heavier than ever this year. The
round-trip rate to Chicago is $80.
Formerly it was $72.50. Proportionate
advances have been made to inter
The railroads have abandoned their
daily sales this year and returned to
the limited sale dates. Tickets will
be sold at the reduced rates every day
until June 30, inclusive; on July 3, 4,
6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 and 28; August
3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 and 31; Sep
tember 1, 7, 8. 14, 15. 21, 22, 28 and 29.
The final return limit is three months
from date of sale, but not to exceed
Another restriction has been placed
on the traveler this year by the limited
stop-over privileges. No stop-overs on
the eastbound Journey are allowed west
of Huntington. Or.; Missoula, Mont.;
Whitefish, Mont., or Fernie, B. C, but
unlimited stopovers are allowed east
of those points.
The old restriction, requiring pas
sengers to reach their extreme Kastern
destination within 15 days from sale
of ticket, has been eliminated, however,
and full time is allowed on both going
and return Journey within the life of
RECRUITING NOW SLOW
ENLISTMENTS AT ARMY HEAD
QUARTERS AVERAGE 15 DAILY.
Next Week, Final One Before Draft
Goea Into Effect, Is Expected to
Continue Oregon's Fine Showing.
Recruiting for the regular Army is
much slower Just now than Captain E.
J. Heubscher, officer In charge, likes
to Bee it. JTor two weeks the average
number of enlistments has been only'
15 a day, as compared to 30, 40 and 50
a month or so ago.
Captain Heubscher expects to ob
tain many recruits next week, for the
seven-day period from June 23 to June
30 has been set aside as Recruiting
week all over the United States by
President Wilson. With 70,000 men
needed to bring the regular Army -up to
full war strength, a united drive will
be made to obtain the recruits before
the draft goes Into effect.
Oregon has made a remarkably fine
showing to date, ranking at the top
of the states in furnishing men to the
Army and Navy. In the final drive for
more men Captain Heubscher is con
fident the state will not fall down. The
Army recruiting station is on the sec
ond floor of the Worcester building,
Third and Oak streets.
SING WILL BE TONIGHT
IRVINGTON CLUB COMMUNITY PRO
Selections and Patriotic Airs Will ' Be
Led by W. H. Boyer Event
May Be Indoorn.
The .postponed communitv sinir.
planned some time ago by the Irving
ton Club, will be held tonight on the
cement court grounds of the club at
I3razee and hast Twenty-second streets,
according to a definite announcement
by the committee which has the ar
rangements in charge, of which Mrs.
John r. Logan Is chairman.
Several selections and patriotic airs
will be sung under the leadership of
W. H. Boyer. Mrs. Janet Burns Albert
and Lulu Dahl Miller will sing.
This is the first of the musical af
fairs of the Irvington Club which the
committee has outlined for the Sum
mer season, and in case the weather
will not permit of outdoor events the
clubhouse improvements now have
reached such a stage that the events
can be held indoors if necessary.
MUSIC RECITAL TONIGHT
Zlon Church Benefit to Be Held in
X. M. C. A. Auditorium.
J. S. Belt will give a musical recial
In the x. M. C. A. auditorium tonight
at 8:30 for the benefit of the Zlon
Church. At the close of the programme
Mr. Bell will exhibit lantern slide pic.
The musical numbers will be: "Amer
lea." by the congregation; prayer, by
Rev. W. H. Prince; vocal selection, by
J. S. Bell: Instrumental selection, by
Mrs. Li. H. Jones; reading, by Mrs.
J. S. Bell: vocal selection, by Mrs. H. M.
Gray; instrumental selection, by Henry
Bell; reading. "Uajibarr," by Mrs. O. S.
TICKET OFF1CK 8ALK
n Opens Today
Special prices matinee Wed. and Sal.
First times outside N. Y. and Chicago.
1AV11 BKLACO Present the Comedy
UKIUU.1L KIW VOKK A1 CHICAGO
CAST HKAIIKD BY
ARTHUR BiKON, MAKTHA HEUMAN,
WALLA t K EDIUX.KR A1
Eves: PI. $2: hi. l.&o. $1. 75-50e; ical. SOc
Mats: Fl. 1.S0; bal. $1. 75-SUc: gal. Soc
Address letters, checks, money orders
to W. T. Pungle, ilgr. Heilig Theatre.
Main 2, A B360.
Tonight All Week Matinee Hatarday.
The Alcazar players in an elaborate
revival of Joseph Jeferson'a famous
RIP VAN WINKLE
Solendid cast and scenic production.
Evnninps lir.c. 50c, 7"c. Mats 2.c. 50c.
eit v eea Yen r ignm in a par-rvwim.
MATINEE DAILY 2:3 kJ
30 Midrets, 20 Tiny fontat, 40 Docs, Z Baby
A 20th Century Wonder.
0 OTHER BIO ACTS 5
Thr. performances daily.
Night curtain at 7 and 9.
McElroy is delighting large audi
ences with his popular band con
certs every evening this week
given free in the Auditorium at
Picnic parties seem to be the
big order of the day, but that's not
to be wondered at, as these flower
laden grounds are an ideal setting
for an all-day outing and have un
dergone but little changes since
Chief Multnomah held his war
councils on this spot before the
coming of the white man.
Professor Melville now has the
plunges in fine shape and hundreds
are enjoying their daily swims.
The tiny real train carries loads
of laughing children on every trip
and dancing in the pavilion marks
the ending of perfect Summer days.
"20,000 Laughs Under the Sea"
that irresistible cartoon movie with
a thousand laughs a minute will
be shown twice daily commencing
next Sunday at 3 FREE TO
John F. Cordray.
Every one finds something of in
terest in these daily Chats.
Portland's Roof Garden.
Council Crest Park
New scenic railway, dancing every
night except Sunday. Largest and
best floor in Northwest. Council
SPECIAL! ATTRACTION t
Monte Austin, the Boy Who "SlnKra
to Bent the Bnnd, in Popular Sons;
Numbers, Ineludinsr If I Had a Son
for Kaco Star in Old ;lory." "I Call
Von Sweet heart," MHinnlfan Butter
fly," "Where Do We -o From Here t"
Admission to Park Free.
Take Portland Heights Cars.
Thomas; vocal selection, by Mrs. Mer-
riman: reading, by Miss Clotier Curry;
nstrumental selection, by Miss Vera
Drew; trombone solo, by Eddie Morgan;
five-minute intermission: instrumental
selection, by Mrs. E. r. Cannady; read
ing", by Mrs. "W. H. Prince; cornet solo,
by J. Morgan: "Casey at the Bat," by
J. S. Bell; selection in native tongue.
followed by a selection in English, by
Frank Reyes, a Filipino; and an ex
hibition of colored lantern slides, by
J. S. BelL
SALEM PLANS JULY 4 RACE
All-State Programme Will Be Held
at Fair Grounds.
SALEM. Or.. June 20. (Special.)
An all-Oregon Fourth of July celebra
tion Is planned for Salem at the State
Fairgrrounds. The Commercial Club
committee announced today that a
racehorse programme will be one of
the features, with a 2:25 free-for-all
trot, 2:12 pace, 2:25 pace and possibly
All of the entertainment will be free
except for the grandstand at the races.
the purses for the races to be made
up from the gate receipts.
Three at Bend Enlist.
BEND. Or., June 20. (Special.)
Three more enlistments from this sec
tion have been announced by the local
recruiting officer. Sergeant Charles
Davis, today. They are: Harry Bow
erman, of Redmond, and Clarence
Knight, of Bend, who will Join the
field artillery, and John A. Knight, of
Bend, who has enlisted in the hospital
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Automobile washer. Studebaker.
chapman and Alder sta. See Mr. Kern
tnffton. 'i to 1.
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ing orders promptly filled. Work, guaran
teed. M 723t. 3M Morrison.
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orders. 22t Piltock block. Broadway lu'.M.
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MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. Hi Second
Oold. silver and platinum bought.
AGATK Cl'TTEK AND MtU. JEWELER.
AGATES cut and polished: Jewelry and
watth repairing. Miller's. 343Va Wash. st.
W. J. HAKE1.111 Probate, real estate, min
ing and corporation law; abstracts and
titles examined; written opinions furnished.
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L.. M. JONKS, M. D. CANCER TREATED.
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FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc. Northwest
Rug Co.. INS E. 8th st. Both phones.
CKLMLOID BITTOXS, BAUOES.
THE lRWlN-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Washington st. Muln ZVl and 1204.
Willlian. Kstelle and William, Jr., reveney.
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors Gerlinger Bldg.. southwest
corner 2d and Alder. I'hone Main 1:101.
CHIROPRACTIC 1'H VSIt IANS.
KICK rKOPLK. Dr. MrMalion. Macleay blUc
fpc!ullzes 1h per cent chiropmcttc 31
adjustments, $15; seven. '. Mukinic good.
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io collections, no charge: established 1WOO.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. 8." 5lh..
uei. MarK ana Oak. ; private lessons. S;
A.M.. P.M., eve. : latest dances guaranteed;
class Thurs., Sat, eve., 7-H::tO. Hdwy. lilOO.
MR. and Mrs. Heath's School, lessons daily.
i-j an won,, i nun. eve., s to lu. nw ::a st..
bet. Wash. Stark. Main 3205. tessons 25c.
DAXCJ.NT, quickly taught ; private lessons.
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FLAGS to order, any size. American Kla.g
Shop. Ton wetland bldg. Main 3412.
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ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED FREE.
Prints 8c up. Photo Sup. Co., 275 Morrison.
EM I L THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
fevciK. '1)7 rleKlner bldg. Bdwy. IH'Jft.
At'TO AND BI'GGY TOPS.
DLTBRUILLE BUlKiY TO'.' CO., th A Oak.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT 1IOMK.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park & Davis.
HOt'SER. Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAM3 A CO., B7-7i Fourth street.
HATS AD CAPS.
IHANHOI'SER HAT CO.. 53-.1.- Front it.
HIDES, WOOL. CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. l!il Front st.
PAINTS AND LI IIRICATINO OILS.
P. FCLLER A CO.. I'-Ith and Davis sts.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASML'SSEN A CO.. 2d and Taylor.
'PIPE. PIPE TTTINGAN"D valves.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front st.
"PUMBING'AND STEAM ntTlS'G.
M. L. KLINE. R4-XU Front St.
F. W. BALTES COMPANY.
st and Oak sts. Main 16.. A lin..
ATJCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House. Tamhlll A
Wast Park sts. Furniture, etc Sale at 10
AL KADER TEMPLE. A. A.
O. N. M. S. Stated session
Saturday. June 28 at ft P. M.,
Masonic Temple. West Park
and Yamhill streets. Visiting
nobles cordially invited.
By order of the Potentate.
HUGH J. BOYD.
K. T. Cards and social this
evening at 7:80.
C. F. WIEGAND.
COLUMBIA LODGE, No. 114,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Ma
sonic Temple. Labor In the E.
A. and F. O. degrees. Visiting
brethren always welcome. Bv order W. M.
FRED I- OLSON. Secretary.
KENTON LODGE. No. 145,
A. F. AND A. M. Stated torn-
,1 munlcatlon tonight (Thursday).
at Tl.io o clock. wora in
M. degree. By order of the W.
M. Visiting brethren welcome.
W. W. KOFELDT, Secretary.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132, A. F.
AND A. M., St. Johns, meets
this (Thursday) evening. Spe
cial communication. Work in M.
M degree. Visiting brothers in
vited. A. W. DAVIS. Secy.
SUNNY SIDE LODGE NO. 163.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening. 5 o'clock. Work in M.
M. degree. Visitors welcome.
By order W. W.
ED M. LANCE. Secretary.
VSV M B. P. O. ELKS. NO 142
f V Regular meeting tnis inurs-
day evening. Elks Temple.
8 o'clock. Initiation. Visit
ing brothers welcome. By
order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAUD1NO.
BETSEY ROS3 COUNCIL NO. 1 will meet
at 8 o'clock this (Thursday) evening. June
21, at :S44 E. 37th St. S. Last meeting before
Summer vacation. Full attendanco desired.
Refreshments. ETHELYN BULLA RD,
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 2S.
I O. O. F.. meets this (Thursday) even
ing in Orient hall. East Sixth and Alder
streets, at 8 o'clock. Visitors always wel
come. C. C. STARR. Scribe.
THE MACCABEES. Portland Tent No.
1. Regular review this evening at hall, 409
Alder street. All members urged to be
present. . GEO. P. BAKER. R. K.
PORTLAND TEAM BOY8 W. O. W. will
give an all-night. Eagle Creek, June i3.
You aro all cordially Invited.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
Now designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 Sixth St.
PRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals. 310 Washington at.
HARRINOTON Tn this city, Juns 20. Wal
ter J. Harrington, age 47 years, blovd
brother of C. A. Harrington, uncle of F.
J. Harrington, Mrs. K. A. Baker and Miss
Lillian Harrington, of Portland, and C. A
Harrington and Mrs. M. E. Repine of
Chicago. Notice of funeral later. Re
mains are at the residential parlors of
Miller A. Tracey. wasbington at LUa st.
KIENLEV In Sloan. Montana. June 10,
Mrm. hva Kienien, wife or josepn .ien
len.. and sinter of Mrs. George P. Ed
ward, of 4tt Eaut Twelfth. Btreet riorth,
Hody will be brought here for Interment-
Funeral notice later.
BR ADS HAW In this city. June 20. Judtre
W. j. Brad haw. aged r8 years, late of
The Dalles. Oregon. The remains are at
the residence establishment of J. P. Pinley
fk, Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of
funeral n ere alter.
OUIMBY Jane 17. Kredrrlcte M. Oulmhv
aged 67 years. Remains at DannitiK A
&Lixh.xiLoe.'a paxiars otim X Xuoacal Wet
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY ilOKK?
'VCjr- A SAVING OK i'i TO 30 PCT
Properly fitted glasBes as low
as $1. uu; 40oo satisfied custom
ers: satisfaction guaranteed. Chas. V. llood
man. optometrist. oJ Morrison. Main -1-4.
R. J. WRIGHT 22 years' experience. U. i.
and foreign patents. 6ol Iekum bldg.
LR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Alisky bid. Chronic
diseases & ppeoialty.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near -Mtb and iork sts. Main
KKVSTONK PRESS J. K. Gantenbin. Xlnr.
P-httinf? and linotyping. 1mii Frunt St..
corner Stark. Mam or A 1419.
SSJ stark st. Broadway 4HK. A 4nR.
RA(, Kll.S AM H.l r t' Kl tiS.
NOKTHWBST Kl'G CO. Established 1003.
r luft ruga and rec ruBn woven, an sixes.
Kast Stli and Taylor. Kast B.'.M). H l'JMl.
ltK.AI. ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL, 11. JONES, 44 Wilcox bldg.
EAST SIDE SANITARIUM.
sr9 Hawthorne Ave. and H&ttl Pt.
Newly furnished, pleasant home sur
roundings, near business center, facing
Wurrell Heights. Modern equipment for
care of general surari-al and medical cases,
rates $15 to $-.1 per week; special rates
and accommodations to maternity cases;
professional nurses. No accommodation at
present for contagious diseases. B
MIOAVCAKS AMI tlTlRKS.
NEW and second-hand. Western Fixture
& Showcase Co.. 10th and llavis. opposite
Armory. Phone Broadway 774.
t TO RACE AND TBANSl'KR.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and movtnr: horse aud auto vaus;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O PICK TRANSFER & 8TOKARE CO..
!M and Pine sta. Broadway .M'rt. A 1lPw.
OKKliON TRANSFER CO.. 474 U.lsnn St..
corner 13th Telephone Broadway 11 or
A llrtO. We own and operate two large
class ,'AM warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest Insurance rates In the city.
FREE PTORAOE. FREE SIOVINii.
Limited time. Object, to fill warehouse.
SECURITY STORAUE TRANSFER CO.,
105 Park st. Main .'.IB.'.. A 10M.
MAIHSON-ST. DOCK AND WAKEHOlsE.
OP '-JCE 1K0 Madison. Ueneral merchandise
s n d forwarding ngents. Phone Main 7rtwl.
S. F. VETERINARIAN COLLEGE beKini
Sept. 3. Catalogue free. C. Keaue. Prea,
IK'S Market St., Sin Francisco.
GREEN" AND DRY 6LABWOOI), block wood.
Panama Fuel Co.. r.RSt r
NATIONAL Fuel Co.. E. 'J041. C 1224. Al
dry cordwool: nnmmer pneca.
DRY cordwood. first-growth. Main "42
GREEN slabwood. Main 042.
PROriTTE. dried fruit. Correspondence so
II. lied. Union Produce Co.. lS Vnlon ave.
PRODI 'E COM MISSION MERCHANTS
EVEKDINO & FA K K ELU1 4 0 Fron ts l reet.
KAG KlS AD FLIFK KlXiS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains. Brussels. Smyrna. Axmlnster. rag
rugs; all sizes; mall orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x12 nw cleaned snd stemmed ....... .$1.00
8xlO rugs cleaned and id earned .75
WESTERN KI.UKK Ri ll CO..
54-r.6 Union Ave. N. East 6.H6. B 1473.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th A Northrup
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
MORC1AN WALL PAPER CO.. Cno :M st
CARR At the residence. 1124 40th st. S. E.
June li. Verrello Carr. aged 74 years, be-
iovea nusuana or Alary carr. xattier or
Mrs. Robert McCourt. of Portland; brother
or Mrs. James Dunbar, ot La Crosse. is.
Mr. Carr was a member of John I. Hart
font of Crystal Falls. Mich.. G. A. R.
and a member of Northern Tent No. r.o.
K. O. T. M.. Crystal Fa a. Mich. Eerv
Ices will be held from the above residence
at 2 P. M. Thursday. June 21. Interment
Rose City Cemetery. Arrangements In care
or Ail lie r & iracey.
COURTNEY At the residence, 1H66 East
Harrison street. June li. Sarah Courtney,
aged 10 years 1 month 23 days. Beloved
wife of J. E. Courtney. Funeral from
Holraan'i funeral parlors. Third and Sal
mon streets, at e:l. A. M. today (Thurs
day). June 21. thence to St. Stephen's
jnuren. tast r orty-secona ana ir-ast Tay
lor streets, where services will be held at
9 A. M. Friends invited. Interment Mt.
Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
KTJNTZ June 11. George Kuntx. aged M
years. beloved husband of Catherine
Kuntx and father of Adam. John. Anton
and Lena Kunts. Funeral will take place
from the residence. 400 N. Front St., to
morrow (Friday). June at 8:30 A. M
thnce to St. Joseph's Church, corner 15th
and Couch, where mass will be offered
at 0 o'clock- Friends invited. Interment
Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Remains at Dun'
ning A McEntee's parlors.
BUCKLEY The funeral services of the late
Joseph I-.. Buckley will be held today
(Thursday) at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the
residence estaoustiment or J. r. Kin ley A
Son. Montgomery at Fifth, under the
auspices or tne urana Army or the Ke
public Friends Invited. Incineration a1
Mt. seott harK (jrematory, private.
RAUDSTE1N At La Center. Wash.. June
1 8, Rev. Knut Raudsteln. aged 3H years.
The funeral services will be held today
(Thursday) at 3 o'clock P. M. at the Beth
lehem Lutheran Church. Fourteenth and
Davis streets. r riends invited. Inter
ment Lone Fir Cemetery. J. P. Flnley &
HONEYCHU RCH The funeral of the late
Ja.ob Honeychurch will take place at
Dunning A McEntee's chApel today
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock. Friends In-
vitea. interment Aiuitnoman cemetery.
Edward Hoi man. Pres. : V. J. Hoi man. Sec
J. E. erleln. Treaa.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.
THE HOUSE OF SQUARE
Third and Salmon Streets
Main 507, A 1511
FUNERAL bEKVICE FOB LESS
. MILLER & TRACEY
Independent funeral Director.
Wash, at Ella St.. Ret. I Ota and list.
Mala tSUL A 1883. West Bide.
64 Lady Assistant C S1S
WILSON & ROSS
Funeral Director, lac
Beautiful Residential Funeral Home
Multnomah at .Seventh tit.
All foods moderately priced. We meet
your demands. We have and will extend
to you the comfort of a modern home.
J. P. FINLET SON.
Progreaalva Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendant,
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main ft. A 3 599.
DUNNING A M' EX TEE. iunerai director
Broadway and Pine street. Phone Hroad
way 430. A 4558. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUNNING. INC
East Side Funeral Director.
414 East Alder street. Eaat 52. B 2523.
BREEZE & SNOOK
AlV.ZjtUCrLU. East 1088, C 108.
BKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
snd Clay. M'n 4152. A Haul. Lady Attendant.
MR. AND MRS. W. M. HAMILTON Fu
nersl service. E. 80th and Gliaan. Tabor 4313.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison sts. Main 6133. A 2235
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streets,
lasrir AUoauaoU K.wt IbU B lias.
"THE BETTER WAY"
Humane. Scientific Security for the Dead
banitry Protection for the living
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Terminus Rlverview Carl in e, Taylor's
For Particulars Inqulrs
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Phone Broadway SOI. 636 Itttock Block
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Cemetery and Crematorium
Tabor 14K8. I 8L
MARTIN a: FORBES CO, Florists. 3&4
Washington. Main L'8. A I2C9. Flowers
for aU occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., Florists, 287 Morrison sU
Idain or A 1B05. r ln flowers and floral
deslarns. No branch stores.
IONSETI1 FLORAL CO.. 28S Washington
t . Det. 4th ana otn. Main oioz, A 110L
MAX M. SMITH, Main 721, A 212L E.lUnC
Dioar., em ana Aiaer st.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 2B4-2fl 4th
St.. opposite city Hail. Main Boo. Phillip
N'eu & Sons for memorials.
IOBlaESincI GranitEI CO. 1
I U TMICtP yT MADISON 3TREET f
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, lloom 153 Courthouse. Oth-st.
Night call after office Hours, Main S700.
iieporx an cases 01 cruelty to the bov
addreos. Electric lethal chamber for small
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and
dittabied animals at a moment s notice. Any
one ties inn a doc or other pets com muni -cate
with us. Call for all lost or strayed
lock, as we look after all Impounding-.
inert is no mo.e city pound, just uregoa
MW TO DAT.
The owners of a beau
tiful tract of five hun
dred acres on the
have arrived in Port
land and would like to
meet responsible party
with a view to subdi
viding and offering
for sale. AB 427,
on improved city property at 6 and 7
per cent. Farm and suburban loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment priv
ileges anowea. ino aeiaye.
LARGU LOWS SI'ECIAIi RATES.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
Z17-21& Nortkwnters Bank Huildlnc
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
PC ON BUSINESS PROPERTY.
6 Of OS RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
ROBERTSON A EV1G,
207-H Northwestern Bank Bids:.
e 7. LOANS
ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
hOflTMI51IRN BANK euiUMNQ
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
SOI WILCOX BLDG. Mala 702, A 3703
Pacific Title & Trust Co.
removed to its new offices, 264-6-8
Stark St., Railway Exchange Bids.
Lxans made oi or before h yrs.. 6 to 6(o.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Green liiiis (Mount Z(on. Building
sites, magnificent view; city water, gas
and electricity; good car service; just out
side city limits. Low taxes, moderate
prices, easy term. Cun build to suit pur
cbaeera ee owner. John iiain, 507 Spaid
Buys lot 18. block lu7. Laurelhurst, with
all improvements paid to date. This lot
Is two blocks from the park, and a bar
gain at the above price. Abstract can be
seen at Hlhernla Savings liank. AV J 6.
7.-. HALF Af'RE
10 DOWN. 10 PER MONTH
PAHKHOSE Outside city limits on
Sandy Blvd., macadam road, water, gas.
llKhts, safe Investment. 1W blks. from
Sandy Blvd., Portland's btg driveway, best
of soil, all cleared. H ICK M A N-W I LSOX.
4.th & Sandy. Tabor 6SttS. c I'l'Jl. Branch
Of J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
THAT VACANT LOT Turn a burden Into
Income. We design and build anything:
furnish the money if desired; etRht years
in Portland. L. R. Bailey Co., contracting
architects. Northwestern Bank bldg.
ROSE CITY PARK lot for sale. East 4Tth
near Broadway. S blocks from carline.
paved street. A bar pa in at $575, might
consider terms. AD 377. Oregonian.
FOR SALE Lots '.. lO. blk. 12. Fox Chaso.
X. E. cor. E. ;2d and Alberta sts.; make
offer. Long. 121 Banks St.. San Fran
cisco. SNA P- $ 5."0.
50x100 lot, Weldler. near 42d st. Easy
terms. East 401.
BROOKE Dealer In PORTLAND HEIGHTS
EXCLl'SI VELY. A few bargains. Mar. 427
For Sale Beach Property.
SPLENDID lot at Saltalr. on Tillamook
Beach, only 1 block from station, and
400 feet from beach. Cheap for cash. S
For bale II ou wee.
Before buying elsewhere, obtain our list
of exquisite new homes for sale on easy
terms In Laurelhurst. the show place rt
Portland. LAURELHURST CO., TOb
Stark st. Main 17(H). A 1515.
A SNAP Fine view property for sale or
lease: owner leaving city; nice yard with
ehrubbery and fruit: strictly modern home,
soma fnmlture. Tabor 1342.
" SNAP $1750.
7-R. house, 7-"ixlOt corner, fine eonrtl
tlon. Flsk st.. Willis blvd ; terms. E. 4'.1.
ROSE CITY PARK bungalow, sacrifice, easy
terms. Owner built for home; fine fixtures
snd finish. 550 E. 61wt st. N. Tabor 2H1S.
$ l mu fl-room hou se ; a grea t ba r g a i n ; tn
E. 12th st. N. This is no shack. Ritter,
Uwe A Co.. 2Q7 Board of Trade bldg.
LAURELHURST 5-room bungalow Tor sale.
6 E. SUth. across from park. Owner. Phone
$1500. TERMS, buvi 6-room house; two fine
lots, near car. worth $2300. Owner. Ta
bor in1. Main 14-V.
WAY below cost, modern bungalow, cor-
Bar low $3000. OwoT, aU&Yor East. 6 .