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THE' MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
10 CONSERVE FUEL
er Board Manufacturers
First to Be Affected by
CO-OPERATION IS PROMPT
Administration Plans to Effect Total
Sarin of About SO, OOO, OOO Tons
Coal Darlnr Tear; Penalty Pro
vtfed for Non-compliance.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10 The first
order for curtailment of the coojump
Hon of fori In industry, was a;' ven to
night by Ktiel Administrator Garfield,
directing all manufacturers of paper
board to suspend absolutely the use of
fuel In their plants between 7 o clock
Saturday morning and the same hoar
The paper board makers were anions;
the first called In by Dr. Garfield for
his conferences with manufacturers not
encaa-ed In war work through which
It is proposed to reduce coal cons arap
lion by perhaps 6S.004.0OO tons during
the coming year. Tbey estimated the
amount of fuel they could save and
agreed to co-operate In any plan that
micht b agreed upon.
Compliance with tonight's order Is
made obligatory nnder a penalty. It
Is estimated that the actual saving of
coal to be erfected will amount to
li.009 tons weekly or 7S0.00O tons an
nually. Similar orders affecting other
Industries, probably nearly 100 In all.
will be Issued later.
The order follows:
"No person, firm, association or cor
poration, shall hereafter use. consume
or burn fuel of any description, includ
ing coal, coke, natural gas. fuel, oil
or other petroleum products or ' use
power derived from any such fuel, for
or In connection with tho manufacture
of box board, paper board, straw board,
pulpboard. binder board, tax board or
any other boards whatsoever, made
from white pulps, waste paper or rags
of a thickness in excess or seven
thousandths of an Inch, from 7 o'clock
In the morning on Saturday In eac
week nntll 7 o'clock In tha morning of
the following Monday.
question will bo taken Into the eonrts
on tho contention that the mw defining
tha school year precludes tho holding
of school on Saturdays.
THREE FILLS ASKED
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATES ON -
Albany, Salem and Oregon
Teams to Meet Tonight.
city Dredge Tualatin to Work
New Shipbuilding Site.
ALJBANT, Or, Jan. 10. (Special.)
With Salem High School and Oregon
b'y "lilrt , 0.1 11 i- COST WILL BE $400 A DAY
tne opening debates or tha Oregon
High School Debating League tomor
Each school will have two teams In
the triangular debate. Albany's affirm
ative team and Oregon City's negative
team will meet In this city; Albany's
negative team will meet Salem's af
firmative team In the Capital city, and
Salem's negative team will go to Ore
gon City to debate with that city's af
firmative team. The question to be
discussed Is: "Resolved. That tha Mon
roe Doctrine Should Be Abandoned.
Misses Ruth Locbner snd Irene Bar-I
rtt are the members of Albany's af
firmative team and the negative d
baters of the local school are Harold
Irvine and Elton Lasselle.
Ocean I o Shipbuilding
Portland to -Fill Site at Mil
wanlde Dredrlns Desired.
FEED PRICES ARE FIXED
luinni rtfA&GES DBTEiun jted
i-opi Rcucr or farmers.
IMkIUs m Bras, Xlddtlaga. Short
aae Mtxrd 'ewa Iftnfts A
I arwalsaatrtv W a Tea.
SAN F RA. VCT5TX). Jan. 10. (Special)
Aa a meaaura for tha Immediate
relief of California farmers, poultry
raisers and stockmen, new mula
prices at the mill on bran, middlings.
shorts and mixed feeds were fixed
at a confereoca between SL & Mo
Near, chairman of the milling division
of the United States Ftood Administra
tion for tha state aad a dosen repre
The new prices por ton. which want
rrrto effect today showing an average
reduction oa each ciase of feed of ap
proximately It par ton over prices
three weeks ago. whan rales ware pro
mulgated regulating prices of wheal
by-prodacta based oa the price of wheat
bran. fit. f:S: shorts. JS. tat; mixed
feed. 117. tit; middlings. 14. MLS.
Consumers wtll be able to parchas
tha classes of feeds enumerated
these prices at the mUL The prices are
based oa costs plus "a Just profit to
tha wholesalers.'" When purchases are
made through retail dealers. It was an
aouoeed. the dealer's "reason sble" profit
will be added.
I believe that with sensible operation
af milling Industry and proper distribu
tion, with elimination of tha specula
tiva element, tha output of mill feeds
will be sufficient to keep pooltry aad
dairymen supplied." Mr. McNear said.
BEAVER CREEK SELECTED
Med ford Irrigatloa District Direct
ors Launch 91.300,000 Project.
aTEDFORH. Or. Jan- 1. (PpeciaX)
The directors of tha Medford Irrigation
district have, after several months' In
vestigation, decided upon Beaver Creek
as the source of water supply. Six
other water sources were considered
The estimated cost of construction Is
Jl:O.0OO. or S7 per acre, and tho cost
of the distribution system tit per acre.
ar a total of ITS an acre. Tha pro
posed system will store 40.000 acre-feet
and wilt tte avallaoie tor luot acre.
The proposed system will Involve the
building of a dam feet In height.
If the property owners vote In favor
af this project at the coming election
construction work will start aa soon
as the financial arrangements and legal
details have been completed.
CARS TO MOVE NEXT WEEK
Campaign for Clearing Railroad
Terminals la Planned.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10. Steps to
snake effective tha Nation-wide cam-
pairs for clearing railroad terminals
during next week. designated as
"freight moving week." were taken to
day by Director-General McAdoo.
Freight conditions throughout the
East were reported slightly Improved
today, although serious congestion aad
lack of locomotlvea is apparent at a
number of centers.
KAISER ORDERS REPRISAL
aVour Hand red French Women to Be
Sent to Ilolzmlnden Camp.
LONDON. Jan. la. A German official
statement, according to aa Amsterdam
dispatch to the Central News says
"As a reprisal for the retention of In
habitants of Alsace Lorraine against
tae law of nations, 4 04 French will be
conveyed to Russia aad within a few
days too French women will be sent to
the ramp at Uolamindea (Duchy of
lira new lea)."
School on Saturdays Opposed.
TAKIMA. WaslL. Jan. (Special)
A proposal of tha school authorlliea to
hold sessions ot Saturdays promises to
encounter decided opposition among
patrons of tha schools, with a posstbil
Xj it tae eA la adbare4 tv I ha
First of tha new projects for filling
land along tho river for shipyard pur
poses which the Port of Portland
Commission will undertake Is that of
the Portland Shipbuilding Company,
which has leased a new site in South
RE-ARRESTS QUICKLY MADE PorUmnd -"Uolnlng the property of the
suiuoiiuji dux es iumoer LompaD7 on
the north. The property has a frontage
of 600 feet on the river and the same
depth, and It Is estimated about 40,000
cubic yards of material will be required.'
Charles Nelson, president of the com
pany, appeared before the Commission
yesterday and arranged to have the
dredge Tualatin do the work at a rate
of $400 a day. Fred Pape. superintend
ent for the Port, estimates a week will
be required In which to shift the dredge
and complete the fill
Representatives of the Oceanic Ship
building Comnsnv. which has a site t
'Mllwaukla, appeared before the Com
mission In connection with an applica
tion for a fill there. It was arranged
that Superintendent Pape go over the
ground there today and report back as
to the practicability of making a fill.
J. C Alnsworth sent a communication
to the Commission asking if it could
be arranged before the June rise in
the river to fill a district between East
First and East Third streets south of
TamhllL There Is to be some dredging
done between the Morrison-street and
Hawthorne-avenue bridges snd it is
possible the district described can be
reached with a pipeline then. -
Publication of new towage rates Is to
be made after a final check Is reported
by a committee, to which a draft of the
tariff was referred yesterday. The
Commission decided to fix a flat rate
of tl25 for convoying or towing auxil
iary schooners between Astoria and
the sea. Instead of taxing them on
their lumber capacity, as Is done with
sailing vessels. As the auxiliary
schooner City of St. Helens was charged
on the latter basis, the bill being for
Z5S, It was ordered yesterday that the
difference be returned to the Charles
R. McConnlck Company, managing
In a communication from City Com
missioner Barbur the matter of dredg
ing Columbia Slough to a width of 300
feet and depth of 14 feet was gone Into
and the assistance of the Port sought.
It Is estimated 1 1.000.000 wonld be
needed for the project and the hope is
entertained that Congress might ap
propriate tSOO.OOO. the other half to
be made op by the state. Port of Port-
WOMEN PICKETS ARRESTED mTtr on tirtabi A .imitar
communication was oeiore tne dock
Two Men Aocnsed of Bobbery Taken
After One Day of Liberty.
A LB ANT, Or, Jan. 10. (Special.)
After having been at liberty less than
14 hours after a vsase against them In I
Polk County had ben disposed of, W.
J. Kelly and W. J. Watte, of this city.
were arrested here yesterday afternoon
at the request of the Sheriff of Marion
County. They are wanted for the rob
bery of a store at Aumsvllle and were
taken to Salem last night.
The Polk County case against them
was the alleged robbery of a store In
Falls City. Some of the stolen goods
were sold by Kelly In Salem and some
were found In his possession at his
Junkshop In Albany. Kelly asserted he
did not rob the store. , but pleaded
guilty to a charge of receiving stolen
property and was fined $250. which he
paid. The case against Waits was dis
MISS STEINHOFF IS BRIDE
California with a carro of fu! en. left for
Portland this morning.
The steam schooner Daisy Preeraaa ar
rived this morning from San Francisco with
freight for Portland. After discharging she
will proceed to Grays Harbor to load lum
The steam schooner Daisy Putnam ar
rived this morning from ban Francisco and
went to Linnton to load lumber.
The barge St. James has finished load
ing ship timbers at Westport. for Eureka,
snd was brought to the local harbor this
afternoon by the tug Oneonta. Sho will
probably be towed to Eureka by - the tug
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10. (Special.)
Working .put the plans for the policing of
the waterfront by the Navy and customs
service has brought about a much closer
guarding of all shipping here. The pa
trol of the' Navy has control over the har
bor entrance and the men from the Custom
house keep watch on the wharves. It is ex
pected Collector of Customs Davis soon will
be given mors complete authority over ves
sels by orders from Washington.
The steamship Pennsylvania, after making
a voyage north for W. R. Grace Co.. Is
In the Pacific Mail Steamship Company
service again on the Panama run.
The steamships Kishinev and Toula. owned
by the Russian Volunteer Fleet Corporation,
are on the way. from Kobe with cargoes of
general merchandise similar to the freight
brought here by the steamship NUni Nov
gorod, which arrived Wednesday.
LIGHTSHIP FIREMEN WANTED
Government Gives Men 120 Days'
Vacation Daring Each Year.
Pay of "$60.50 a month and found."
with four men In the flreroom gang
and assurance of four months of every
12 on shore leave. Is not enough to
keep full the list of firemen aboard
liehtvessels on the coast.
Robert War-rack, inspector of tne
Seventeenth Lighthouse District, said
yesterday that even though men within
the draft age may be signed as lire
men, there is a scarcity. Four men
are employed In tha flreroom of each
RED TAPE TO BE CUT
Sub-Committee of Dock Board
Will Hurry Elevator Work.
SUPPLIES BEING ORDERED
Commission Feels That Every Ef
fort Should Be Made to Provide
Facilities for Caring for
Wheat of District.
"Cut tha red tape,'
That Is tha slogan of the Commis
sion of Public Docks In formally open'
lng 1918 operations. The first step
was a decision yesterday to name
committee, with Commissioner Bursar d
as chairman, to deal with questions as
to construction and other emergency
details promptly, it being understood
that all committee actions will be rati
fied by the Commission.
In the main the body was named
to expedite ordering material for the
St. Johns municipal water terminal
and grain elevator, "working through
the National Priority Commission, so
the least possible delay would be ex
perienced In obtaining certificates for
TTJ7TT Broadway at Taylor
iLvXaiVJ Main 1 and A-1122.
MATINEE TOMORROW 2:15 !
-fir. 1; bal. SL 75c. 50c Gal. SOe-4
GRIPPING DRAMA SUCCESS
The 1 O Hi-
i EVENING PRICES
Floor, $1.50; baL $1, 75c, 60c GaL 60c.
are erapioyeo. in me ureroorn ul structural equipment and material,
lisrhtvessel so one may be on leave, the I t,... . nn.n
tion in August, .1917. that every member
Former Hood River Woman
HOOD RITER. Or, Jan. 10. Spe
cial.) News has been received here of I
tha wedding of Miss Leone etelnhoff,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G H. Stein
boff. of Seattle, to Lieutenant Albers
C Anderson. The bride, who formerly
resided here. Is a granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Blount, of Hood River.
The wedding took place at the horns
of the bride's parents, Kev. Carter Helm
Jones, of Seattle, officiating. The "bride
was popular at the University of Wash
ington. Lieutenant Anderson was a I
prominent University of Washington
Lieutenant aad Mrs. Anderson have I
left for the Presidio at Saa Francisco, I
where ho will be stationed with his
regiment tho CCth Infantry.
Pair at Oregon City Charged With
OREGOX CTTT". Or, Jan. 10. (Spe-
lal.) Mrs. Sid Richards and Mra Rose
McNulty. of this city, were arrested
today by Chief of Police Cooke and
will have a hearing Friday morning
Mra. Richards and Mra McNuIty were
among a party of women ptcketers, who
caused a disturbance near the Hawiey
Pulp eV Paper Company plant Wednes-
day. when Miss Lay ton. of Willamette,
one of tha young women employes, was
said to have been ssverely shaken, when
leaving the mill.
The women are wives of paper mill
strikers. Mrs. Richards baa been ar
rested several times. The charge against I Steamer Prepares for First Trip in
ins woman is aisxuroing una peace. i
Arthur Ricgs. well-known
cently completed a season's run In
Car Surphus Has ot Helped Eastern lAlaska, was yesterday signed as skipper
or tne xeuow btacK steamer uregona.
Commission yesterday and went over.
It was decided by the Commission no
to appeal from the decision of th
United States District Court in the
mtater of alleged damage sustained by
the schooner Geo. E. Billings while in
row of a Port tog. The amount to be
paid Is 14400. One claim of ISO was
ordered paid for ten piling torn. ou
In 113 In Willamette Slough by one
of the Port's steamers. The W lllara
ette Iron A Steel Works was ordered
paid f 309 on a boiler for the proposed
new sternwheel towboat. Tho contract
price was $14,000 and $8100 bad been
previously paid, the balance to be
liquidated on the completion of the
BIGGS COMMANDS OREGOXA
ri iy r-r itti l r itt nn nTrpT 1 captain
OAACn IVilUJ-O 111 mu I CO I swift water navigator, and who has re-
Orrgon L amber Shippers.
Sa I.PM. Or, Jan. 1 0. (SpecLsi) An
nouncement of a surplus of cars on the
Ul-W. R. A N, as printed In The Ore-
ronlu a. few dsn aero, today brousrht
telegraphio protest from lumber mills I morrow morning.
of Baker that they have received only
10 par osat of their requirements to fill
The Publio Servlos Commission was
advised today that an embargo haa been
established oa freight east of Chicago,
except Government requirements, and
so notified the mills at Baker, also that
the surplus was due to floods, but that
open and atock cars coald be sent IX
such wers acceptable.
which tha Kallogg Transportation Com
pany has leased for the Portland-To
Work of preparing tha Oregon a for
the new service is under way, and she
will leave Washington-street dock to-
The vessel els to
make the run through to Toledo and
next week a definite schedule will be
announced. The Joseph Kellogg will
continue in the Portland-Kelso service,
and in making 40 miles more territory
on tha Cowllts the Oregona Is expected
to ba kept much busier than tha Kel
logg. It Is understood interests along
the river are prepared to support the
service and It Is reasoned that it will
no doubt become permanent.
DAILY KTTKO SU) LOGICAL BEPOKX.
PORTLAND. Jsa. 10. slsximara I'mlwr-
tur. SO wtwia: minimum. 4 C,f r.
luvar nsdlEsa. A. M.. 1X2 fsot: cbsns
imst 24 hours, as toot I!L Total rma-
:1 ti P. M. to 3 P. sLl. noos. Toisl rin
fsll since Splmbor 1. 1911, 21.61 lDciis;
rail. 2LC7 inches: excess. 0.14 inch, bun-
no. T:&i A. M.; sues!. 4:44 P. Si. Total
suasblao, soos; possible, t hours &4 minutes.
arts. k:U A. M. : moonsot. 2:41 r. SI.
itaroiiiottr (reduced to see Uvol 5:SO P.
-9 webrs. uaisuve auoxuity at
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A. si. today; . sL report of preceding
Psn'asd aad virtnrry Ram er saeai
inner: rrosa ssstsny wraaa
Orvfoa and bashing-ton ftaln or saew
irmir. rrasn eastariy wiaaa
IdaJi p.sjo er snow: warmer.
UltUil aa, Js sil, sssissisimim.
POST OFFERED TACOMA MAN
Earl R. Jones to Be Assistant to C S.
Eblpplnc Board Officer.
TACO!aA. Waah, Jan. IS. (Special.)
-Karl R. Jones, widely known among
the younger shipping men of Tacoma,
has been chosen as assistant to K U
Ewlng, assistant superintendent of the
United States Shipping Board, with
headquarters at Washington. D. C, ac
cording to word received here. Mr.
Jones left for Washington to assume
his new work tonight.
Mr. Jones has been with the J. T.
Steeb Company, customs agents, for
tha past two years and haa mads rapid
strides In learning tha customs and
I WORK ON SHIPYARD STARTED
Grays Harbor Motor hip Company to
Be) Operating March 1.
ABERDEEN. Wash. Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) Piles are being driven for the
$100,000 machine shops and engine in
stallation plant to be built here by the
Grays Harbor Motorship Corporation.
which will be In operation by March 1.
according to M. B. Ward, manager of
As soon as the piling Is down large
crews will be placed at work In an ef
fort to complete the plant in 40 days.
Two hulls will be ready to receive tbelr
engines when the engine Installation
plant Is finished. The new plant will
employ 300 men.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
COOS BAT. Or.. Jan. 10. Special.) The
steam schooner Yellowstone, which shipped a
lumber rarso ot 7 00. OOO feet at the North
Bend Mill Lumber Company dock, sailed
at 9:30 this morn tne for Saa Francisco.
From sn Pedro, the steam schooner Msr
tha Buehner arrived at 12:13 this afternoon
to load lumber at North Bond.
Sailing for 8aa Francisco this morning
at 8. the steam schooner G. C Lindauer
carried a lumbar carro from the Bay Park
mill aad saves passengers for California
Larva quantities of ties are piling np in
starshfleld for shipment to Southern Cali
fornia for railroad needs. 8hlp knees also
are plied hlsh on soma ot the local wharves
for shipment to San Francisco yards.
The steam schooner South Coast la char
tered tor several trips on such deliveries.
The bar re C A. Smith la due from San
Francisco for a lumber carse.
ASTORIA. Or Jan. 10. (Special.) Bants
So. SV sjalcsi amved last, avsniac trout
of a llghtvessel's crew was to receive
120 days ashore each year, not to ex
ceed 14 days in one stretch. Mr. War
rack says quarters are good and the
food adequate and of sufficient variety,
yet the district is often short those
members of the "black gang."
J. O. DRANGA QCITS PORTLAND
Cashier of Emerald Line Gets Gov
ernment Berth at San Francisco,
One more experienced Portlander has
been drawn Into tho United states
Shipping Board's organisation, to assist
In the big programme of keeping ton
nage on the move in the war game, he
being James O. Dranga, cashier for the
Emerald line on Columbia dock, who
goes to San Francisco today. It is the
understanding that he becomes cashier
of the Shipping Board s office there.
Mr. Dranga has been connected with
the Portland line six years, first joining
the service when It was under the North
Pacific Steamship Company, and re
maining when Andy Mahony and Tom
Crowley purchased the fleet and began
operating them under the banner of
the Emerald line. H. H. Bancroft, Port
land agent, says he has employed -M. J.
Higley, formerly in the city ticket of
fice of the fleet, to replace Mr. Dranga.
Machinery of the steamer Telephone, at
San Francisco, which was par-chased for
installation in a new sternwheeier towboat
the Port of Portland is to build, is to be
stripped at once and some of It will be
hipped next week.
Custom-house officials have been informed
officially that the auxiliary schooner Peli-
kan. ex-May, has been sold by the Dollar
Steamship Company to the Pellkan Motor-
ship Company, of New York. The sale was
announced here last month. The May was
built at Astoria by the McEachern Ship
Company for A. O. Anderson 4c Co being
sold early in 1917 by the latter to the
In a wireless message yesterdsy Captain
ClTda Parker, of the liner Rose city, ad
vised that he would reach Astoria from
San Francisco at o'clock last night, so
the ship is looked for at Alnsworth dock
early this morning- She will be given rapid
dispatch so as to sail tomorrow.
Further Investigation is to be made Sun-
dav of the steamer Sarah Xnxon, stranded
on the bank of Lake River, where she was
csurht in the hlsh water New Tear's day.
Captain J. W. Shaver said yesterday that
it had not been determined what measures
would be adopted to float her.
After a good run from the Columbia
River, the new steamer Westland. the first
S.HOO-tonner built here for the Government,
reached San Pedro Tuesday. It Is reported
she is running smoothly and displayed ex
cellent sea qualities.
On a bid of $1245. filed with Inspector
Wsrrsck, of the Seventeenth Lighthouse
District. It Is expected the Albina Engine
a Machine works will be awarded a con
tract for drvdocktng the tender Rose. The
vessel is now here.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAJTD. Jan. 10. Arrived Steamer
Atlas, from San Francisco; bancs PL, from
San Francisco; steamer laisy
from San Francisco.
available during the day. was selected
to head the committee and is to confer
with Chief Engineer Hegardt and such
others as shall be designated, but
whether action is taken by the chair
man and engineer or by the full com
mittee, it is assured of ratification.
Mr. Knapp Urges Speed.
"This move may save us 12 months
In getting the .grain elevator into
operation," remarked Commissioner
Knapp. at whose suggestion the step
was made. He recently returned from
Washington and Informed his col
leagues yesterday that there was noth
ing more important in his opinion than
that they should adopt every means of
obtaining quick action through the
"One day lost now In attempting to
get this Commission together might
mean weeks actually lost ui handling
wheat here," said Commissioner Knapp.
Engineer Hegardt was authorized to
proceed with advertisements for bids on
additional transformers for the St.
Johns terminal. They are for dock
lighting and power and such uses. The
Commission had depended on the Port
land Railway, Light & Power Company
to furnish them, but it is reported that
transformers they had ordered have
been taken , by tho Government. In a
short time bids are to be asked on
belting, smutters, cleaners and other
gear for the elevator, so they may be
assured well In advance of the com
pletion of the structure.
Steel la Ordered.
Bids were opened on 565 tons of rail
road steel for use in building connect
ing tracks at the St. Johns terminal.
as well as at the Pittsburg -street mu
nicipal terminal. Most of the pro
posals included plates, spikes, bolts
and such gear with which to lay the
tracks. The tenders were taken under
advisement, the bidders being M. F.
Brady & Son. A. C Callan. Seattle
Frog A Switch Company, It B. Foster
Company, Port of Seattle, Marshall
Wells Hardware Company and the
United Railway & Logging Supply
In connection with renewing Insur
ance on much of the Commission s
holdings during the next few months.
it was ordered that new appraisements
be filed with the Oregon Insurance
It was ordered that the claim of the
Port of Portland Commission, in the
sum of $6209.40. for the services of the
dredge Portland during December, be
paid. The digger is engaged at the
St Johns terminal digging a slip,
while the dredge Willamette is work
lng on the channel there, the latter not
being under charter to tho Dock Com
New Boat Will Run Up Cowlitz.
KELSO. Wash., Jan. 10. (Special.)
Announcement has been made by the
Kellogg Transportation Company that
it will place a new boat on the run
from Portland to Castle Rock and
Toledo on the Upper Cowlitz Saturday,
when the boat will make its first trip.
It is rumored that the Oregona will
be the boat used. For nearly a year
there has been no steamboat Bervice up
D A 17 17 D ALCAZAR
Tonight All Week Mat. Sat.
The Season's Biggest Comedy ' Hit.
"POTASH St PEBtMFTTEK."
From the famous stories in the Sat.
Evenings. 25c. 50c. 75c. Mats. 25c 150c.
Next week, starting Sunday Matinee.
"The Cinderella Man." I
A LAX BROOKS In "Dollars and Sense":
Clara Howard: Mack A Earl; F.LSA RUEG
GER AJND HER CO.; King A Harvey;
Alaska Trio; TOOTS P.VKA and Her
PA NT AGE
MAT. DAILY 2:30
-THE COURTROOM GIRLS,"
The 1918 Mnslcal Success.
SIX OTHER BIG ACTS.
Three performances daily. Might curtain
at 7 and 0. ,
Mat. Dally at 2:30.
Nights. Start 7:30.
This week the funniest, girlieet and tuneful
S est hit of the season.
"THK ROUNDERS. "
STME In this city. January 10, OTtve
Syme, age if years, beloved wife of Will
iam H. Stillwell, daughter of Mrs. Olive
A. Stillwell. sister of R. H. Stillwell, of
Portland; Mrs. Leona Morelsnd. of Walla
Walla. Wash.; Mrs. Ida Hatcher, of Mc
Kinley, Or.; X. C. and S. E. Stillwell. of
Condon, Or. Remains will be shipped at
7:50 A. M., Saturday, January 12. from
the Union Depot to Condon. Or. Services
will be held at Fossil. Or. Arrangements
in care of Miller He Tracey.
DRAPEAU January 9. at the residence, 11TS
East Main street, Agnes Drapeau, aged 63
. years, beloved wife of Lewis Drapeau, and
mother of Mrs. George Chambers, William.
John, Mary and Louis Diapeau. Funeral
will take place from th'e above residence
today (Friday), January 11, at 8:30 A. M-.
thence to St. Stephen's Church. 1240 East
Taylor street, where mass will be oirered
at 9 o'clock. Friends Invited. Interment
Mount Cavalry Cemetery. Dunning & Mo
Entee. funeral directors.
MTERS In this city. January 9, at the
residence of her daughter, Mrs. Owen
TAna. -taA c. 1m K jt a r-tr- rat El
Myers, aged 70 years, beloved mother of
Mrs. J. H. Sprague. of Seaside; Mra O. (
Jones. Mrs. P Herbert. Mrs. Alice Kalko-'
fen. Charles W. Myers and Mrs. P. F. ,
Blair, of this, city. Remains at Holman'a '
undertaking parlors. Funeral services at
1 P. M. Interment at Riverview Cemetery, i
Friends Invited. (
BUSBY In this city, Jan. 10, John D. Bus- i
by aged 4S years, husband of Dora Busby. ,
of 47 E. 6th st. The funeral services will
be held tomorrow (Saturday), Jan. 12, at
2:30 o'clock P. M. at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Ftnley & Son, Montgom- '
ery at 5th. Friends Invited. Interment
at Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
BERRY In this city, at his late residence.
1027 East Seventeenth street North, Jan
uary 9, Theodore Harding Berry, aged 73 -years.
The remains are at Eriscon's nn- '
dertaking Darlora Funeral tomorrow '
(Saturday). January 12, at 11 o clock.
HONEY Mra C H. Roney, at borne, I0SS
East Alder street. 8:30 A. M., January 10,
aged 81 years 8 months 14 days. Funeral
from residence today (Friday), January
11. 1918, at 2 P. M. Interment Riverview
ASKEY The remains of the late James A.
Askey will be forwarded today (Friday) ,
at 10 A. M. to Wiliiamsport. Pa, by Miliar '
Edward Holznan. Prea W. J. Holman. Sao.
J. E. Werleln, Treaa.
THE ED WARD HOLMAN
THIRD ST, COKMKR OF SALMON.
A Modern Spacious Family
Room With Private Entrance.
Phones Mais 507. A 1511.
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
M1LLEK & TKACEY
independent Funeral .Directors.
Vasb. St, bee 20th and 21st. West Side,
ain 2oul, Laoy Assistant. A taaj.
"A NIGHT WITH
"An Artistic Creation"
"The Elite Comedian"
Aladdin's Other Lamp"
4-0ther Meritorious Acts-4
10c Weekday Mats 10c
A.AM!0ba.0.rC m nLSci1 100 Kelso ad up Hver
rtved down at 2 P. M, bares St. James, tor
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10. Arrtvwd at 10
M . steamer Santa Monies, from Colum
ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. 10. Arrived and left I
up during the night, steamer Delay Free-1
man. from San Francisco,
8AJ FTtAN CISCO, Jan. 10. Sailed at T I
P. steamer Daisy Mathews. lor Colombia I
Shasta, from Columbia Btver.
SAN PEDRO. Jan.
Westland. from, Portland.
SAJf FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. Arrived
Steamers Admiral Farragut, from Seattle;
Hardy, from Coos Bay; Santa Monica, from
Astoria; Nome City, from Everett.
TJ. S. Naval Radio Reports.
(AH rramrts made at 8 F.
ASUNCION. Ventura for Richmond. 180
miles south of Richmond.
REDWOOD, Bel ling ham for CaCao. ISO
miles north of San Pedro.
CELLLO. Ban Francisco for Ban Peare,
40 miles east of Point Coacepclon.
KLAMATH. St. Helens tor Saa Francisco,
25 miles soutn of Blunts Keel.
FIKWOOD. Seattle tor San Fran Cisco, 170
miles north of Saa Francisco.
C A. SMITH, in tow of the tog Sam
son. San Francisco lor uoos iji miies
north of Han Francisco.
JOHANNA SMITH, in tow or tog Fear-
leas. Coos Bay for San Francisco, lio miles
north of San Francisco.
EL 6EGUNDO. Janeaa for Richmond, 33
miles north of Lsnram Island.
VICTORIA, Seattle for Cordova, pasaea
Cape Flattery at P. M.
Tides at Astoria Iiday.
0:O3 A. M...7.0 feet 15:31 A. M... 8.8 feet
11:17 P. M...B.6 feet 6.38 P. M -0.7 foot
Klamath Soldier Promoted.
- KLAMATH FALLS, Or, Jan. 10.
(Special.) That Garrett Van Riper, of
this city, who recently entered the
service of his country, has Just
ceived promotion to the rank of Ser-
reant-MaJor In the 136th aerial squad
at Dallas, Tex., Is the word just re-
reived by his wife tn this city.
farmers and residents have been seek
lng the re-establishment of boat serv
Ice. The boat will stop at Kelso and
way points for freltrht and passentrera.
AL KADETR TEMPLE.
A. O. N. M. S. A ceremonial
session will be held in the
municipal Auditorium. Sd
and Market sta., on Monday,
Jan. -1. commencing- at 3 P,
M. Business session In the
Masonic Temple at 10:30 A.
M. Petitions must be in the
hands of the recorder not
later than 10 A. M. Jan. 21.
Admission by 1918 card only.
HUGH J. iMJ X -U, &ecoraer.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 65,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this irrwiT) even
ing, 8 o'clork: work in M. M.
degree. Visitors welcome. Or
der W. M.
C. M. BTEADHAK, See.
ALBERT PIKB LODGE, SO.
182. A. F. AND A, M. Stated
eommnnlcatlon tonight (Friday)
at T:S0 o'clock. Visitors welcome.
By order of W. M.
B. B. rVEB. Sec
EELLWOOD LODGE, NO. 131.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Friday) even
ing at 8 o'clock. Visitors wel
come. By order W. M.
J. H. BUTLER. See.
MTRTLK CHAPTER NO. 15.
O. E. S. Regular meeting this
iiN-4,T aiveninr in Masonic
Temple at 8 o'clock. Degre
and social. t$r oraer ot vn. m.
JENNIE H. GALLOWAY. Sec.
. i r-f- i r wlul. meet uui
When you eat
J I (Hset or Csj
VVV ys 48
WILL meet this (Friday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock at 228
Alder atreet. Work In the first
degree, visitors welcome.
.AC r . LU.I--S. nee. Dec
10.0 T - e M. WAKDLE, N. G.
WKRB-nfVr r-A M P MO. 85. WDODMEM
OF Tiiil WORLD, meets every Friday nlgnt
W. O. W. TemDle. l lltn street. u
members welcome. Kum to Kamp rlday
night. A. L BARBUR. Cleric
jjr. A. VAN CLEVB. Consul Commander.
a v. A nkTtT) CLUB. Manchester Hail.
85 v Fifth St., this (Friday) afternoon, 2:15.
tirocery pnxee. aiwj uiuwnu. .' -.".j j ,
8:30 P. M.; 60-pound sack of flour and gro
ceries, a ii welcome. An mission toe
SMBLEBC Jewelry, buttons, charms, plna
las designs. Jaeger Bros, 1S1- Sixth st
FfUEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems
elan pins and medala BID wasnington st.
JOHNSON At the family residence, 735
East Burnslde street. January iu, laii,
Fannie Johnson, aged 53 years; wife of
E. C Johnson. Remains at the new par
lors of Breeze A Snook, Belmont st Thirty-fifth
street. Notice of funeral later.
CLARKE In this city. January 9. William
Harvey Clarae, age do years, remains at
Pearson undertaking parlors. Russell street
at Union avenue. Funeral notice later.
McCLEART In this city, January 10. Hen
rietta MeCleary, age ST years. Aouce of
funeral later. Arrangements in care of
Miller A Tracey.
McARTHUR In this city. Gilbert McArthur.
aged oo yeara remains at i . u. urea l
funeral parlors. East Eleventh snd Clay
jmnara nurire ieiar
Coming Sunday: Cariyle h
"THE GOOD FOR
PIN AT. APPEARANCE
and all-star cast in
J. P. FlNLall' SO.N.
Progressive s ujisrl Lirtsctors.
Pnvaio iirive Hwiun Aiuuiuaata,
MONTGOMaUt X AX i'iJjiil.
Main S. A 1589.
Uaat 64. Lady Assistant. C oloi i
WiLsoN at -ttUiSd,
Funeral Lirectora, Ana
Mnltnomaa at Seventh tueet.
EiUCSOA! itesidence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison sta. Main oim. A J
CUNNLNU & Mr KN1KK, funeral direct- ,
ors, Broadway and Pine street. Pilous
Liuadway A 4o8. Lady attendant.
F. B. DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLDEN KLLai 0-NLu.n. TAKERS.
414 East Aider street. East &2. B 2A2.
UK. AND MliS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
nerai service. 1U73 E. Gliaan. Tabor 41110.'
P. 1 1. LGKCU, East Xlth and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 781. B 1388.
East 1088, O 1088 I
5U2 Williams Ave.
U U W. JU L . II Vim'U'l'l la I Mil kUtA M V B i
and Ciay. M&ln 415... A '2112 L. Iady attendant. '
I MOUNT SCOTT PARK
H Lowest Prices Best , Service.
9 No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other, ceme
ma r SOLE CM.
Tomorrow 1 Eve,
"Tales of Hoff-
Evenings Lower floor. 1st 1-4 rows
$2.20; next 10 rows. $1.65 remainder,
(LIO. Balcony Dma circle, tLU5;
next 9 'rows, $L10; rear; balcony, 55c
and 85c Matinees Lower floor, 1st
14 rows S 1.65; remainder. JL10. Bal
cony Dress circle, rear. SL65; dress
circle, sides, J 1.10. Rear Balcony
Rear. 85c; rear balcony, sides, 55 c
SEATS ON SALE AT
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Taylor's Perry Road, End Riverview
The only civilised method of burial
Snow-white, always dry, sanitary tombs,
permanent title and endowment; 1-50 up.
tsiiti Pittock Block. Phone Boadway 351.
MARTIN FORBES CO, Florists, 854
Washington. Main 269, A Lillu. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
qi.a rkf. BROS, Florists, 287 Morr.on st.
Main or A 1805. Fine flowers an'. flora!
designs. No branch stores.
IONSKTH FLORAL CO, 285 Washington
st, bet. 4th and 6th. Main 5102. A 118L
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215.
bldg, 6th and Aider sta.
A 2121. Seiling
PEOPLE3 FLORAL SHOP, 243 Alder.
Flowers and designs. Phone Marshall 5922.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, 204-268 4th
at, opposite City Hail. Main 80 OA. Philip I
Neu A Sons for memorials.
lOBLACSlNO GRANITE! CO. I
U THIRD CT MADISON JTTEETT. 1
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Boom IAS CourUMOse. 6th tiL
Phoiiss from 8 to 6 Maun Hoine PIm--m A
26, .fffat cuU after office houra Main 270. j
Heport all cases of cruelty to the above I
addreea. Kiectno lethal chamber for aioaU '
animaia. Uorae amhulance for sick aad
dlaabled animal at a moment! notice. Any i
one desiring a dog or other pet, commuol- j
cate with aa. Call for ail loat or strayed I
stock, aa we look after all impounding. .
There la no more city pound. Just Oregoa
Humane Society. 1
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily aad Sixnday.
One time lo
name ad two conecutiTe tunea 22e
bame ad tiu-ee oonaecutiTe umea Itoe
feame ad six or seven consecutive time. . 6b
The above rates auiL to advei-txiiemente
under MlSew Today" and all o titer ciwseifica
tions. except tne f olio wins :
Bituations Wtinteu Male.-
Situations Wanted Female.
For Kent Uoomi Private Families.
Hoard and Kooms ir-vate Families.
Housekeeping Koouis----Private Famiiiea,
Kate on the above cuupSifications are 1
cents a line each insertion.
Serious errors in advertieemente will be
rectified by republication without additional
charge, but- such republication will not be
made where the error does not materially
ajlet.1 t.C Ol InO liwineUt.
The Oresonlan will accept classified ad-
rertitvementa over the telephone, provided the
advertiser is a subscriber of either phone.
No price will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the folio wins day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends unon the
promptness of payment of teiepiiuue adver
tisements, "situations Wanted" and "Per
sonal" advertisements will not be accented
over the telephone. Orders for one insertion
nly will be accepted for b urniture fur
bale," "Business Opportunities," "kLoosnlng
Houses" and "Wanted to Kent."
AUCTION SALES TODAY
Ford Auction House, 191 2d st. Furniture,
carpets, eta. Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture, 169-171 Second at.
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
.ttian, AUOn 30 A
H Fonda on Band ror arood farm aad 1 1
city loans at close interest rates, j I I
Prompt, Beiiable Service, 1 1 '
A. H. B1KKKLL CO.
Z17-Z1P Northwestern Bank Balldlaa-.
Maraltall 4114. A 41118.
ON BUSINESS AND RESIUKKCB
ROBERTSON at IS WING,
Z07-8 nortswtsttra Maalt Bids.
ON FARM AND RESIDENCE
PROPERTY. NO COMMISSION.
701 CORBETT BLDG, PORTLAND, OR,
$11,500 Gash Nets $1750
Or $2600 net on sacrifice price of
$26,000 for this gilt edge" Nob Hiij prop
erty. Terms 6 per cent.
OTIS JC. BECK. 426 Henry BaUdina-. .
Insurance, Surety Bonds
S01 WILCOX BLSU, Mala J03, A. 3701