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THE MORXIXG- OKEGOXIAN, THURSDAY, JXJXE 28, 1917.
WAYS FOR SIX SHIPS
RISE AT VANCOUVER
"Jim" Clarkson Builds Yards
J as He Drove Railroad
THIRD PLANT IS LAID OUT
Piledrivers Are Placing More Than
3000 Feet of Piling Dally, and
Crew Follows Closely, Lay
ing Heavy Planking.
If 10 wooden steamers for the Gov
ernment are turned, out with the same
relative speed the G. M. Standifer Con
struction Company is maintaining in
getting their new Vancouver yard
ready a record, will be made.
The company has contracts for the
vessels and will lay down six of them
at Vancouver, the remaining four be
ing built at the North Portland harbor
yard, at Kenton, known as the Standi-fer-Clarkson
Incidentally, one of the powers be
hind the speedy work is "Jim" Clark
son, whose previous fame was driving
railroad-tunnel construction in record
time. " Now he is laying out his third
shipyard. First he labored with Jack
McEachern in starting the McEachern-SStandifer-Clarkson
yardy at Astoria,
now known as the McEachern Ship
building Company and owned by Max
H. Houser. of this city. Then he con
etructed and has since managed the
Kenton establishment and is now di
viding his attention between that prop
erty and the Vancouver plant.
Work. Ia Beliis Rushed.
A month ago the City Dock tract at
Vancouver appeared, as it has lor a
long time, and today it is one of the
liveliest points on the Columbia. A
battery of five piledrivers is sinking
lengthy sticks from Washington for
ests, on which will rest the tremendous
weight of building berths, an immense
platform for sawhouses, boiler-houses,
blacksmith shop, lofty cranes and
booms and all other adjuncts of a mod
The average result of the piledrivers
is more than 3000 feet of piling a day,
and as they are placed, sawed and
tringers fastened a crew moves along
laying heavy planking. To the rear of
the yard the foundation is In place for
a track on which a locomotive crane
will operate. At another point the
way is being paved rapidly for the
big mould loft to rise, and at the
northern end of the tract is to be the
dock, where material will be delivered
at first from otner points auu, iu vuw.,
the hulls will shift there for final
touches and some machinery installa-
Sa'wsheds will be located so as to
serve two vessels, there being six ways
and three sawsheds. Between the ships
will be tall masts rigged as cranes
and shorter ones near the water's edge
Off the launching ways is 2a feet of
-water at zero and, with abundant
depth and. a long river frontage, the
site is said to be one of the best in
V. S. Inspector on Job.
'Right on the Job is Captain Haskins,
representing- the United States Ship
ping Board Emergency Fleet Corpora
tion, as inspector, in touch with each
ttep of the yard construction as he
will be with every detail of the ad
vance in ship construction.
Over at the Standifer-Clarkson yard
a big auxiliary schooner, 280 feet long,
with a beam of 48 feet and depth of
hold of 26 feet, is being pushed ahead
In spite of the freshet having covered
the lower part of the ways, and. Cap
tain. Otis W. Clark, of New York, rep
resenting the owners of the ship, I. T.
Williams & Son. pronounces it an A-l
lob. Mr. Clarkson says that by Au
gust 15 the vessel will be afloat, and
toon after she will be ready for the
trip to the East Coast, where she is
to ply in the hardwood lumber trade
between the west coast of Africa and
N'ew York. Winton engines, of 500
horsepower each, are to drive her twin
MARGARET COMES FOR REPAIRS
Damaged Auxiliary Schooner Leaves
Astoria in Tow Today.
In two of the tug Wallula the dam
aged auxiliary schooner Margaret,
which was assisted into the river Mon
day morning by the tanker Atlas after
having caught fire at sea when on her
wow from Portland for China, leaves
up from Astoria at daylight and will
lirobably go to the plant of the Albina
Engine & Machine Works for repairs.
United States Inspectors of Steam
Vensels Edwards and Wynn have fixed
n'rlnrk tomorrow morning lor an in
vcstigation of the accident. Each
licensed officer on the vessel has filed
. written renort relative to the fire and
the efforts made to combat it. The
damage is confined to the after part of
the vessel and it is said it is believed
the fire reached the ceiling in the hold
there, though the full extent will not
be ascertained until the debris is re
inoved. The greatest injury is said to
be to the machinery.
COQITUL.E WORK IS FAVORED
Secretary of War Makes Recommen
dation to Congress.
ORKGONI AN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
.. Ington, June 27. The Secretary of War
yesterday sent to Congress, with his
approval, a report of the Army engl
jieers recommending the appropriation
by Congress of $64,000 for dredging
mid maintaining a 13-foot channel at
the entrance to Coquille River, and a
12-foot channel from the mouth to
lianiton. The appropriation, however,
is recommended only In event local
interests contribute a like amount.
They have pledged themselves to do so.
The total cost of the Improvement ia
An annual appropriation of $10,000
for maintenance is recommended, the
maintenance to be wholly at Govern
FORTIETH LOG RAFT GOES SOtlTH
Xtcnson Logging Company Loads Fin
ished Lumber on Big Float.
From Wallace Slough another mam
moth cigar-shaped log raft will emerge
tomorrow in tow of river steamers,
bound for Pan Diego, to be taken over
tit Astoria for the sea trip by the tug
Hercules. It Is the 40th raft the Ben
eon Logging Company has built. 8S of
which have been towed successfully to
the Southern California harbor without
Captain James I Smith. Jr., for
years with the fleet of the Shaver
Transportation Company, which has
shifted the rafts from Wallace Slough
to Astoria, and now a member of the
Columbia River Pilots' Association, has
handled 20 of the rafts aa a pilot and
nearly as many more when a master of
lb rIt rctdjr tor tomorrow, repr
sents between 5.000,000 and 6.000,000
feet of lumber, and a new departure Is
being tried in piling a deckload of
lumber above the logs. If the plan
succeeds it is probable future rafts will
carry finished lumber also.
STATE AMO.XG LEADING PORTS
Oregon, With $13,093,000 in Com
merce in 1916, Gets Mention.
In official commercial reports reach
ing Collector of Customs Burke yester
day, representing a complete check
of imports and exports from the United
States, Oregon is classed among the
leading port districts of the Union for
The localities enumerated in the list
are New York, Galveston. New Orleans,
Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Maryland,
San Francisco, Oregon, Georgia and
Washington. Oregon is credited with
exports of $10,654,000 for that year and
imports of $2,439,000, a total of 13,
093,000. Collector Burke yesterday received
a stocks of blanks, copies of the law
and other documents relative to the
new seamen's insurance regulations,
which went into effect Monday. Kates
are fixed at Washington and policies
are to be issued on crews of American
ships, the system being mandatory on
those going into the war zone.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, June 27. Arrived Steam
ers F. A. Kilbum, from San Francisco via
Kureka and Coos Bay; W. F. Herrin, from
San Francisco. Sailed Steamers Atlas, for
San Francisco; W. F. Herrin, for San
Francisco; Willamette, for San . Francisco,
San Pedro and San Diego.
ASTORIA. June 27. Sailed at 9 A. M.,
steamer Atlas, for San Francisco. Arrived
at 12:40 P. M., steamer Northern Pacific,
from San Francisco. Sailed at 2 P. M.,
steamer Santiam, for San Pedro.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2T. Arrived
Steamer Oleum, from Columbia River; at
8 A. M.. steamer Breakwater, from Port
land; arrived at 7 and Bailed at 11 A. M.,
steamer Klamath, from Columbia River,
for San Diego. Sailed at 11 A M., steamer
Johan Poulsen. for Columbia River. Ar
rived at 3 P. M steamer Great Northern,
ASTORIA, June 26. Lft uu at 5:50,
stea-ner W. F. Herrin. from San Francisco.
SAN" FRANCISCO, June 26. Arrived at
8 P. M.. steamer Daisy, from Columbia
River. Sailed at 10 P. M., tus Hercules,
towing1 echooner Sehome, for Columbia
T A COMA. "Wash., June 27. Arrived
Steamer Victoria, from Southwestern Alas
ka. Departed Motorshlp Tacoraa, for Seat
tle; steamer Curacao, for Seattle.
SAN KRANCISCO June 27. Arrived
Great Northern, from Klavel. Departed
Maui, for Honolulu.
' SEATTLE, "Wash., June 27. Arrived
Steamers Victoria, from Nome ; Prince Ru
pert (British), from Prince Rupert. De
parted Steamers Humboldt and Redondo,
for Southeastern Alaska; Umatilla. lor
Nome ; Argyll, for Port San Luis ; Prince
Rupert (British), for Prince Rupert; barge
Barracouta, in tow tug Kingfisher, for An
chorage. LUMBER CONTRACT GIVEN
West Coast Mills to Suply Material
for Des 3Ioines Camp.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash-
n it ton. June 27. Under a contract
signed today by R. B. Allen, on behalf
of the Douglas Fir Emergency Bureau,
representing lumber mills of Western
Washington and Oregon, West coast
mills will furnish not less than 10,000,-
000 feet of fir lumber for the Del
Moines, Iowa, Army cantonment. The
contract price agreed to by the Council
of National Defense is $24.50 per thou
sand, delivered at Des Moines. '
It is stipulated in the contract that
6,250,000 feet of this lumber must be
ready to move within 15 days. Arrange
ments have been made with the North
ern Pacific to assemble the cars of
lumber at Auburn, and guarantee their
prompt movement. This contract will
be apportioned among mills in . both
Oregon and Washington.
SEATTLE TO GET WARSHIPS
Secretary Daniels Consents After
Refusing Portland Request.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Washi
ngton, June 27. Although Secretary
Daniels declined to sWid a warship to
roruana aunng tne itoset. Festival, on
the ground that no warships could be
spared for celebrations during the
war, ne today promised J. K. Barnes,
newly appointed Washington repre
sentative of the Seattle Chamber of
Commerce, to order "some warships"
to Seattle to participate in the celebra
tion incident to the formal opening of
the Lake Washington Canal.
The date of the opening has not vet
FALLS CITY COMES THROUGH
Money Scarce, for Lumber 31111 Has
Been Closed Two Years.
FALLS CITY, Or., June 27. tSpecial.)
Falls City raised 66.61 above her
apportioned amount of $1000. It was
not easy o get money, for until re
cently the Falls City Lumber mill has
been closed for nearly two years.
tinder the captainship of Mrs. N.
Selig and Mrs. Richard Paul, teams
canvassed the city and nearby logging
camps, "tne last evening, after a pa
triotic programme, the people filed past
a big glass jar, into which money was
tnrown, amounting to S30. .Credit is
due Postmaster Ira C. Mehrling, W. H.
Heard. N. Selig- and Dr. F, M. Hellwarth.
Falls City now has 111 Red Cross
members. A first-aid class of 25 is
under the leadership of Dr. F. M. Hell
TROUT LAKE HAS JUG It AIM
Captain Allavray Reports $4 82 and
Going After $600.
GULER, Wash., Juna 27. (Special.)
The Trout Lake sub-branch of the
Red Cross Society. Mrs. C. H. Pearson,
vice-chairman, reports 115 members.
At a meeting a short time ago a com
mittee of six was appointed to raise
lunds for the Red Cross. The fol
lowing served on this committee: H. J.
Lickel, Miss Martha Coate. Miss Elva
Pearson. Miss Edith Stoller, Mrs.
Wilhelm and Mrs. John Perry. They
started out to raise 2o0, and now re
port $482 raised and one member yet
to De heard from. m
The aim for Trout Lake is now $600,
says W. C. Allaway. the captain.
Dundee Doubles Allotment.
DUNDEE. Or., June 27. (Special.)
The Red Cross campaign, managed by
Bland Herring, John B. Herring. Will
iam Meyer, Hans Nelson, Charles Trunk
and Thomas Warner, ended with
wonderfully patriotic showing. The
high school gava $44.60. the Dundee
Women's Club donated $50 and loyal
patriotic subscribers raised these fig
ures to $1606.10. more than double the
amount originally apportioned " to this
Seattle Gives $450,000.
SEATTLE, June 27. Subscriptions
to the Red Cross fund are still being
received. It is expected the total will
be a little over $450,000. Seattle's allot-
ment waa $300,000.
Phon your want ads to The Orego
- nUtn, Mala 7070. A 608s.
DOCK LEASE CLOSED
Parr - McCormick Steamship
Co. Renews Coast Traffic.
ALL KINDS OF CARGO TAKEN
Hopes of Portland's Commercial In
terests Rise at Sens, Added
to Expectations of Increased
Service ty Emerald Line.
Execution of a lease on the Couch
street dock property by the Parr-Mc-Cormick
Steamship Company yesterday
preceded an official announcement that
the company sjivould resume the trans
portation of general merchandise from
San Francisco to Portland July 1.
About a year ago the service was
suspended, except for occasional car
goes of cement, plaster and asphalt,
but now a reorganization has taken
place and Joseph Pratt, Portland agent,
says the old system will be followed of
accepting 11 classes of cargo for ship
ment from the Bear state here.
Steamers of the McCormick line will
be used as well as the Daisy Freeman
and Nehalem, now in the Fain &
Moran service, while there will be one
and probably two carriers sailing un
der the banner of Parr-McCormic
exclusively. The company has main
tained Oak-street dock for the1 past
few years and will continue to occupy
that property, it being reserved for
cement and plaster shipments. Couch
street being held for merchandise only.
That news, added to efforts being
made by Andrew Mahoney, of the Em
erald line ownership, who is here with
Harry Struthers, of Struthers & Dixon,
general agents of the fleet at San
Francisco, with the expectation of in
creasing the service between Port
land, Marshfleld, Eureka and San Fran-
isco, as now maintainel with the
steamers F. A. Kilburn and Breakwater,
is raising the hopes of commercial in
terests that, regardless of war condi
tions, the port will not be left without
The steamer Beaver, of the San
Francisco & Portland Steamship Com
pany, gathered freight about the har
bor yesterday but is short 700 tons of
a full cargo, according to W. D. Wells,
Portland agent, who says it is the first
instance in three years that south
bound space remained idle. To an ex
tent the condition is attributed to ef
forts being made to infcrease support
of the turbiners Northern Pacific and
EXPANSION IV FROM HI IX)
Schooner Arrives to Wort Lumber
Cargo at St. Johns Mill. "
One of four sailers listed for here
reported Tuesday the schooner Expan
sion, which reached the river at 11
o'clock and at 1:15 o'clock was on the
way here in tow of the Port of Portland
tug Wallula. The vessel will load a
lumber cargo at St. Johns. The schoon
ers Henry K. Hall and Golden State and
the barkentine Georgina are listed for
Portland for future loading.
That the hull of the auxiliary schoon
er Margaret was not damaged by a
fire that broke out aboard the vessel
Saturday morning, when she was on
the way from Portland for China with
lumber, was reported from Astoria yes
terday. Repairs are to be made there
and the vessel will be made ready for
sea in a short time, as her cargo will
not be discharged and new work will
be confined to the englneroom and
FOTJR PACIFIC SHIPS TO GO
Report d Turbiners and JIatson Lin
ers May Be Selected.
Relative to tonnasre the Government
s to draw from the Pacific for war-
Mme purposes on the Atlantic side,
the San Francisco Commercial News
That the Government has decided to
commandeer the two Matron liners Maul
and Mataonia, and the Hill turbiners Great
lorxnem ana jvorthem Faclllc now seems
a certainty. Judging by the contents of a
letter received here on Saturday from Wash
ington by a prominent local shipping man.
N'o intimation, however, waa given aa to
what use they would be put.
This will prove a hard blow to Portland
merchants, who objected so strenuously to
the recent proposal to take the bis; Hill
turbiners off the Pan Franeisco-Flavel run,
and since then have worked hard to in
crease business for the vessels.
Members of the crew of the schooner
Expansion, which arrived yesterday from
Hlio, are to be paid off at the Custom-house
this morn In sr. The vessel is to load lumber
at St. Johns.
Under directions of United States Inspect
ors of Steamvessela Edwards and Wynn, the
O.-W. R, & N. sldewheel steamer T. J. Potter
was given her annual Inspection yesterday.
She will be used for freight purposes If nec
essary, there not being such a demand for
passenger accommodations on the North
Beach route since the O.-W. R. &. X. entered
into a traffic arrangement with the North
Captain Rouse, of the auxiliary schooner
Magrudada, being complete J at the Mc
Eachern yard, Astoria, for Brazilian own
ers, returned yesterday after a hurried trip
to Seattle. It la reported that negotiations
are on for the sale of he vessel. .
Carrying passengers and a full lumber
cargo, the McCormick steamer Willamette
sailed last night from St.. Helens for Cali
fornia ports. t .
Having loaded lumber discharged from
the deckload of the damaged steamer West
erner at Astoria, the steamer Central ia Is
to work the rest of the shipment a the For
of Portland drydock, where It was removed
from the westerner after she was lifted.
Bound here with the schooner Sehomo. the
tug Hercules Is to return south with a slgar- i
shaped rait, to be delivered at San Diego.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ASTORIA. Or.. June 27. (Special.)
Under an agreement made yesterday with
Superintendent Davidson, the longshoremen
employed in loading and discharging the
Great Northern Pacific steamers at Flavel
are to receive 60 cents an hour and 90 cents
an hour for overtime. This agreement Is
made effective June 15.
Completing her cargo of lumber at the
Hammond mill, the steam schooner Santi
am sailed today for San Pedro.
The etnam schooner Centra 11a, which ar
rived yesterday from San Francisco, is at
the Port dock taking on the deckload of
lumber which was discharged from the
waterlogged steam schooner Westerner.
Later she will proceed to Portland to com
plete her cargo.
After discharging fuel oil here and at
Portland, the tank steamer Atlas sailed
this morning for California.
Bringing freight and passengers, the
steamship Northern Pacific arrived from
The plans In connection with the dis
abled motor schooner Margaret have again
been changed. Captain Charles H. Will
iamson, of San Francisco, was here today
to examine the craft, and as a result the
Margaret will be towed to Albina by the
tug Wallula. leaving at 4 o'clock tomor
row morning. It is understood, but not
officially, that the Albina Iron Works will
clear away the wreckage from the schoon
er's Interior. Today five sailors and two
oilers were discharged from the vessel and
were paid off.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 27. (Special.)
The freight steamship Staatszekretar Kraete,
2000 tons, first of the German steam ves
sels seized by the United States Government
at Jthe declaration of war to make a voy
age under her own power, arrived from
, Honolulu axix -toAar. bringing a caxgo of
Uril T ( Bdw'y at Tavlor
riClLilU Main 1, A 1122.
TONIGHT 8:15 ALL WEEK
MAT. SATURDAY 2:15
Fint times outside N. Y. and Chicago
DAVID BELASCO Presents the Comedy
Original New York and Chicago cast,
headed by Arthur Byron, Martha
Hedman. Wallace Eddlnger
TICKETS ON SALE AT THEATER
Eves: KI. 2. bl. l.SO. 1. 73-SOc; rnl. SOo
Mats: 1. SI.S0; bai. tl,75-60e; sal. SOe.
Last week, of the Alcazar
Ins revival of the
Main 2. A 5380.
Last week of the Alcazar Players In a thrill
Ins revival of the world famous
TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM
Mats. Wed. and Sat. 25c
Evening: 25c. 00c, 75c Sat. Mat. 25c, 60c
MATINEE DAILY 2:31
SO Midgets, 20 Tiny fonlea, 40 Dogs, t Baby
A 20th Century Wonder.
0 OTHER BIG ACTS S
Thre performances dally.
Night curtain at 7 and 0.
Tues. and Wed.
SEATS NOW SELLING
yrn usidrvi elnt
CHAT NO. 31
If you knew the pure fun and
rest and frolic that the little ones,
as well as the grown-ups, are hav
ing at their picnics you, too, would
be spending your days under the
shade of the famous Oaks on the
river bank and the men folks of
the family would come out for a
basket supper when the day's work
W. E- McElroy and his band are
playing in the open now every
evening and Eloise Anita Hall is
to sing again this evening. In the
auditorium is being shown free
the funny motion picture of "20,000
Laughs Under the Sea" the car
toon chaser of blues of the deepest
dye. Swimming is good and the
dancing has never been better.
Come along lots of folks you
know are always here and we'll
assure you of a good time.
And next week but we mustn't
tell now just watch the papers
about it try and guess it com
mences with ' "G" I'll mail two
passes each for the first five post
cards received with the right guess
written on it. '
John F. Cordray.
Where Do We
Go From Here
The new American "Tlpperary" hit
of the neason andthe eon the boys
are marching to Bung; with the dan
cing in the bie pavilion tonight and
every night this week by
Tbe Boy AVItbi the Ilia; Vole.
AIho "Mother Dixie and Y o u.
"Hawaiian Butterfly." "I Called You
My Sweetheart." 'Hongkong" and
"If I Had a Son for Each Star la
TAKE A CAR TOMGHT TO
Portland's Roof Garden
Council Crest Park
1&00 tons of sugar for the Western Sugar
discharging her cargo the vessels
will undergo minor repairs under the direc
tion of Captain Pillsbury, local representa
tive of the United States Shipping Board.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. (Special.)
j no new auxiliary power scnooner vv. jr.
Burrows has been purchased by the Llbby,
McXeill & Llbby Company.
The bark Xorwhal. which has been
anchored In the bay for several weeks, has
been chartered by the J. J. Moore Com
ABERDEEN. Wash.. June 27. Special.)
The Chehalis brought up a large supply
of asphalt from California and after un
loadln gthls will take on a cargo at the
The steamer Doris cleared today for San
Francisco from the Aberdeen Lumber as
SEATTLE, Wash.. June 27. Arrivals at
this port today Included the steamer Vic
torla. from Nome via Seward. Valdes and
Cordova; steamer Queen, from Vancouver,
B. C; motor schooner -Tacoma; steamer
Prince Rupert, from Prince Rupert and way
porta, and steamer Fulton, from Vancouver,
The departures today Included the steamer
Humboldt, for gkagvay ana way ports;
steamer Umatilla, for Nome, St. Michael
and Golovln; steamer Redondo. for South
eastern Alaska: steamer Argyll, for Port
San Luis; steamer Morning Star, for Van
couver, steamer Florence Olson lor tiaa
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M. L. KLINE. 4-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM FTTTLNG.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front t.
PRINTING"- W- BALTES & COMPANY,
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AUCTION 8AT.ES TODAY.
Paints and hardware at Wilson's auction
house, Second st. Sale at 10 A. M.
COLUMBIA LODGE NO. 114,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening at 7 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Labor In the M. M. de
cree. VlHittnir brethren, always
welcome. By order W. M.
ONEONTA TRIBE, NO. 2,
IMP'D O. R. M., meets tonight
(Thursday). Chiefs degree.
Members requested to be pres
ent. O. L. DICKIE L, C. of R.
KENTON LODGE NO. 145,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication tonight (Thursday)
at 7:30 o'clock. Work In M- M.
dt-gree. Visiting brethren wel
come. By order of W. M.
W. W. KOKELDT, Secretary.
UTOPIA REBEKAH LODGE NO. 62. I.
O r F Reeuiar meetinir this (Thursday)
evening in Orient Hall, ii. Oth, and Alder
eta. Visitors welcome.
JESSIE HENDERSON, Secretary.
PORTLAND TENT NO. 1. MACCABEES
Regular review tonight at hall, 4oa Alder at.
All members urged to bo present.
GEO. D. BAKER, R. K.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, rharms. pins.
New designs, Jaeger Bros., lol-a Sixth st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals. 310 Washington su
Pedro, via Port 'Gamble; steamer Victoria,
for Tacoma. -
COOS BAY, Or.. June 27. (Special.) The
Frank D. Stout, laden wttn lumber from
the Smith mills, today waited In the lownr
bay for the proper stage of tide to sail for
San Francisco. This cargo is the first the
Stout has transported since being finished
on the Columbia River. She carried 635,000
feet and 83 poles.
The dredge Col. P. S. MIchle yesterday
established a record day's run, taking 19.0O0
yards of sand from the Coos Bay bar. The
previous record was 17,000 yards.
Tides at Astoria 'Wednesday.
7:04 A. M 5.5 feet! 1:27 A. M....2.2 feet
7:19 P. M. 7. feetll2:29 P. M 2-7 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, June 27. Condition of
the bar at 6 P. M. : Sea, smooth; wind.
Dynamite Mystery Explained.
FORT SXELLING, Minn.. June 27.
The mystery surround in)? the finding
of a beer case full of dynamite near
the fort yesterday was cleared, today
with the announcement that the ex
pldsive was the property of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company. The
telegraph company uses the explosive
iu line construction.
n fha nnhltft. Co rlvft aa fa r DOS)-
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY J? AY MOKK?
A 6AVLNU OK 2h TO HO PCT
Properly fitted k lasses aa low
aa 15U: 4tJ kalis lied custom-
ers; satisfaction s;uaranteed. Uiu. W. Ciood
man, uptomctrUt, 1:0a Morrison. Main 1-4.
R. C WRIGHT 22 year' experience. U.
and foreign patent, pol Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Aliaky bldg. Chronic
uiseaaea a specialty.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
oiticva near 24th and York eta. MaiOjM9.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gaulenbelu. Mgr.
luting and linotyping, loos irom aw
corner Stark. Mam or A 1418.
THE IVY PRESS JOHN M. MANN.
8S2 stark at. Broadway 4ut. A 4088.
HAU RUGS AND FLUFF BUGS.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Established 1903.
J-lull rugs and rag rugs woven, an sizes.
East th and Taylor. East 60. B 12S0.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL, H. JONES. 404 Wilcox bldg.
EAST SIDE SANITARIUM.
859 Hawthorne Ave. and 2tu St.
Newly furnished, pleauant home sur
roundings, near busiuea center, facing
Burrell Height. Modern equipment for
care of general surgical and medical cases,
rates S15 to'25 per week; special rates
and accomniodationa to maternity cases;
professional nurse. No accommodation at
present for contagious diseasea B 2632.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
NEW and second-band. Western Fixture
et Showcase Co., loth and Davis, opposite
Armory. Phone Broadway 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK TUB BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and moving; horse and auto vans,
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER as STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine sta. Broadway 596. A 1996.
OKEGOX TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gilsan St.
corner 13th Telephone Broadway 1281 or
A 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest Insurance rates in the city.
FREE STORAGE. FREE MOVING.
Limited time. Object, to fill warehouse.
SECURITY STORAGE 1KA.V5H.H
105 Park st. Main 5195. A 1051.
MADISQ.V.ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE.
OFFICE 180 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Alain imn.
S. F. VETERINARIAN COLLEGE begins
Sept. 3. Catalogue free. C. Keane. Pres.
1818 Market St.. San Francisco.
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co.. East 7 2. B 29.
NATIONAL Fuel Co., E. 2041. O 1224. Al
dry cordwool; Summer prices.
PRODUCE, dried fruit. Correspondence i
lit Ited. Union Produce Co.. 128 Union iv
PXIIIIITK COMMISSION" MERCHANTS,
EVEKDINO A FARRELL, 140 Front street.
HAG RUGS AND FLUFF RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels. Smyrna, Axmlnstar, rag
rugs; all sixes; mail orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x13 rngs jrlemned and steamed.....
8x10 rugs cleaned and steamed.....
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO..
54-56 Union Ave. N. East 6516, B 1475.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th A Northrun.
DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sta.
MORGAN' WALL PAPER CO.;
ISO Id st
AL KADER TEMPLE, A. A.
O. N. M. S. A ceremonial sea
sion will be held at Salem on
Saturday, June 30, at 7:30 P.
M.. In the Grand Onera-house.
Business session will be held
In the Masonic Temnie. Salem.
at 4 P. M. Petitions will h
received by the recorder until
that hour. A special train will
leave on the Oregon Electric
Rdilwav at l-'-l.'i P "M . leav
ing loth and Yamhill streets, returning im
mediately alter the ceremonial. Round triD
$2. Visiting nobles cordially invited. Wear
your lex. By order of the potentate.
HUim J. .fcSt l L. wecoraer.
THE MASTERS. WARDENS'
AND PAST MASTERS ASSO
CIATTON OF PORTLAND will
hold its regular meeting at the
Acacia Club, 2d floor of Cen
tral building. 10th and Alder
sts. at 8 o'clock this Thunday evening.
All Master Masons invited to attend. y
order of the president.
Lhs&llit. a. i-" A s-i.tvt.it, secretary.
WOOD LAWN LODGE. NO. 171. I. O.
O. F. Members and friends are requested
to attend, funeral ol our late orotner.
Myers, today (Thursday). June at
P. M.s at the undertaking parlors of Wil
son &. Ross, at East 7th and Multnomah sta.
J. . itA rttst.it., r.ooie oranu.
GEO. H. HAMILTON, Sec.
OREGON COMMANDER Tt
K. T. ('ards and social this
(Thursday) evening: nt 4 :0. I
C. F. WIKOAND,
CTDDF.BACC In this city. June 27. John
CuddeDacK, agea to years. uiu.
band of Grace Cuddebaclc and father of
May Cuddeback. Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements In care of Miller & Tracey.
PULVERMACHER June 27. Randolph Pul-
vermacher. agea to years, jvc. .......
Donning & McEntee'i parlora. Notice of
THATER June 27. at 751 Borthwiclc at..
Harry L. Thayer, ace 64 years, beloved
husband of Mrs. Lizzie A. Thayer, father
of Harry J. Thayer, of Raymond, Wash. :
May W-. Maud, Addle, Frank, Ralph and
Albert Thayer, of Portland. The funeral
will leave the above residence tomorrow
(Friday). June "J9. at 8:S A- M. ; thence
to Ht. Marv's Church, comer of Stanton
st. and Williams ave., where services will
be held at 9 o'clock. Friends are invited.
Interment Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
HANLEY June 25, at Seaside. Or.. Will
iam B. Hanley. aged 42 years, husband of
Mrs. Louisa Hanley and father of Vera
lianley. Funeral will take place from the
residence. 314 Jackson street, tomorrow
(Friday), Juna 20. at 8:30 A. M.. thence
to St. Lawrence Church, cor. Kd and Sher
man sts.. where mass will be offered at
9 o'clock. Friends invited. Interment
Mt Calvary Cemetery.
MYERS The " funeral service of the late
Lucius Myers, aged 6r. years 11 months,
husband of Flora Myers, family residence
at 10t7 East Thirtieth street North, will
Km held tnriuv (Thursday) at 2::10. P. M.
from the residential funeral home of Wil
son & Koss. Muitnoman at reventn street.
Interment at City Cemetery. Vancouver,
Wash. Friend invited.
PAULSON At family residence. 1230 Will
lams ave., on June 7. Percy Paulson,
age 3 year 8 months 7 days, beloved son
of Mr. and Mr. Lucher Paulson. Funeral
services will be held today (Thursday)
at 2 P. M., from the chapel of Piedmont
Undertaking Co.. KUllngsworth ave. and
Kerby. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
RUSSELL At the residence of his daugh
ter. Mrs. J. R. Chambers. 1M K. ;ith St.,
.Tune v7 Keni K' Russell, axed 81 years.
Funeral services will be held today
Thursday). June 28. at the new chapel of
Ttreezs A. Snook. Helmont and 8Mh. at
P. M. Remains will be forwarded . to
Stewartvllle, Minn., on the evening train.
HTIBER At the family residence. 49 Twen
ty-first street North. June 27, Emma
Sherlock Huber, aged 61 years, beloved
wife of Oskar Huber. Funeral services
will be held at the above residence at 2
P. M. tomorrow (Friday). June 29. The
Edward Holman Co, -funeral directors.
ACTON The funeral ervicea of the latl
Joseph Acton will be held today (Thurs
rinvk at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at the rest
dence establishment of J. P. Flnley ft Son.
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
Interment at Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
HANSON The funeral services of the late
Roland A. Hanson will be held today
(Thursdsy). at 1 o'clock P. M.. at the resi
dence establishment of J. P. Flnley & Son.
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends Invited.
Interment at Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
BROWN The funeral service of the late
Anna C. Brown will be held at the Calvary
Baptiat Church, tomorrow (Friday), at 2
P. M. Friend Invited. Arrangement In
cbaxgo of P. I ieicu, undertaker.
"THE BETTER WAY"
Humane, Scientific Security for the Dead.
.Sanitary Protection for the Living.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Terminus RlTorrtew Carllne. Taylor'.
For Particular. loquir.
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Phone Broadway SSL. 836 Fittock Block.
Edward Holman. Pres.: W. J. ITolman. Sec
J. fc-. erleln, Treas.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.
THE HOUSE OF SQUARE
Third and Salmon Streets
Main 507, A 1511
FTXERA1. SERVICE FOR LESS
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Fnneral Directors
Wash, at :ila st.. Bet. SOth and Slst.
Slain 2tl, A 7K.-.. West Mile.
East 54 , Ladr Assistant C 3103
WILSON & ROSS
Funeral Directors. Inc.
Beautiful Residential Funeral Home
Multnomah at Seventh !st.
All goods moderately priced. We meet
your demands. We have and will extend
to you the comforts of a modern home.
J. P. FINT-F.Y & SON".
Progressive Funeral lirectors.
Private Drive Women Attendants.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main I. A 159P.
DUNNING & M'ENTKE, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine street. Phone Hroad
wav 4:t0. A 4.VS. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUN XI N G. I N C.
Kast Side Funeral Directors.
414 East Alder street. East 52. B 2r2..
BREEZE & SNOOK
.".12 Williams Ave.
East 10SS. C KISS.
BKEWES UNDEltTAKIXG COMPANY. Sd
and Clay. M'n 4 1 r J. A 11321. Lady Attendant.
MR. AND 11KS. W. M. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. K. SOthand Gilsan. Tabor 4:il;t.
ER1CSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
12th and Morrleon sts. Main 6l:t:i. A l"-'3..
P. L. LERClt. East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady Attendant. East 781. It 1SSS.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Cemetery and Crematorium
Tabor 14US. D 81.
MAKTIN FOKBE3 CO.. Florists. Ui4
Washington. Main 1!63. A. 1. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged
CLARKE BROS. Florists. I!s7 Morrison si.
Main or A 1 8015. Fine flowers and lloral
designs. No branch stores. '
TOXfiETU FLORAL CO.. 1!S5 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main SIOJ. A 1101.
MAX M. SMITH. Mitin 7215. A. 1112L Soiling
bldg., 6th and Alder sta
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 2C4-2a 4th
st., opposite City Hall. Main 8604. Phillip
Neu & Sons for memorials.
BLAEZ5INO GRANITE. CO.
TMIWO -Or MADISON 3TREE
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Koom 153 Court house, ftth-et.
Phone from to 5 Main 878, Home "Phone
$'4. Nurht call after office lioun. Main 2700.
Report all casts of cruelty to the above
address. Klectric lethal chamber for small
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and
disabled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one deslrins; a dog; or other pets communi
cate with us. fall for all lust or strayed
stock, as we look aTter all Impounding
There Is no more city pound, just Oregon
East Ankeny Street
CLOSE 1". A GREAT BIG SNAP!
Non-resident owner must sell. ;
and at once. LAKGG K IliHT- K'
ROOM HUISK, LOT BAxlOO. on
& corner, paving' and all assess-
ments paid in tun. aiortgagre or
S2500. borrowed money, another
year to run. TAKE THE Eftl lTY
1- (Ml U.tl LI VT(H) V A ! tt. THIS
(KKTAINLVISSOMK BARGAIN! -
W. A. Barnes
0O7-S Henry Bldff. Main 2341
.. . . .. .. .. . . .. .. .,
a a e e a ee-- a.
on Improved city property at 6 and 7
per cent. Farm and suburban loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment priv
ileges allowed. No delays.
LA-Rtl LOANS SPECIAL RATES.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
Z17-21U Northwestern Bank Building.
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
VOjQ "f BUSINESS PROPEHTT.
QOfo orf RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
ROBERTSON A EWING.
2Q7-8 Northwestern Bank Bkdr
6 7- LOANS
ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
NORTHWESTERN BANK BUILOIra
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
SOI WILCOX BLDG. Mala 7Q2. A 37Q3
Pacific Title & Trust Co.
removed to its new offices, 264-6-4
Bt&rk sL, Railway Exchange Hlds.
Loans made op cr before 6 yrs & to '.
Buys lot 16. block 107. Laurelhuret, -with
all improvements paid to date. This lot
la two blocks from the park and a bar
gain at the above price. Abstract can be
seen at Klbernla Savings Bank, AV 16.,
THAT VACANT LOT Turn a burden Into
Income. We design and build anything?:
furnish the money If desired; eight years
In Portland. I. R. Bailey Co., contracting
architects. Northwestern Bank bldg.
BEFORE you buy, see Green Hills, the most
sightly property around Portland. In the
country with all the conveniences of the
city: low prices, easy terms. John Bain
(owner), K07 Kpaldlng bldg.
BROOKE Dealer In 1'ORTLAM) HEIGHTS
:XCLUiiV.b,L,Y. A few bargain. Max. 4.&21