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THE 3I0RMXG OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1918.
HEW SHIPYARDS 10
BE BUILT AT ONCE
Victory of Bond Issue Cause
of Rejoicing in Vancouver.
Little Opposition Felt.
COMPANY HAS CONTRACTS
C. M. Mandlfrr ConMrurtlon Cor
poration to Build Ten Slwl
Slilpe of 500-Ton Capac
ity for Government.
T.VNVOfVKR. Wash.. Jan. 17. (Ppe
clat.r Today il one of rejolcin
throughout the port of Vancouver
when the nw was learned that the
hond for JIIS.OU') to bur the steel
shipyard site for the i. it ftandlfer
I'onitmrtlon Corporation had carried
wirh than 1W ixr cent pooaltlon.
Only JJ votes tn the district opposed
the bondinir measure, while ITIS Toted
for It. It I believed here ihla Is a
record that has never before been
equaled tn a hondlnsT election, and this
wl'h practically no campaign for It.
Pour of th country districts, where
It was thouKht 'he most opposition
would develop, had Tin votes against
the measure. There were only 10 votes
aca'not II In the whole city of Van
couver, where :H votes were cast.
In the county it voted no.
The Tort of Vancouver wIM possibly
sell the bon-l. to the state, whlrh has
the money. A cood feature about scli-
Inc to the state la that any portion
of the bonds may be retired at any
lntere.it ravine period after one yea
wherean. if the bonds were owned by
rrtvate Individuals, they would have
t. run the full 1 years, or for th
lull period stated. After payina for
about SI acres, the I'ort of Vancouve
will hava lJ';t. which will be e
Bended In fiMinar In the land wit
oredars ralstna: the level to the 24
foot nurk above aero to avoid dance
tf hlsh water. The aand will be take
out of the Columbia lllver directly in
front of the site and thus the channel
will be deepened at the same time.
Mle Already 9arveed.
The site has been surveyed Into 100
foot aundranaleK. and the stakes
driven. TMe Industrial spur, which will
rii down Kleventh street. Is to be com
pleted at once, and will probably be
an underground crossing under th
main lines of the Northern Pacific.
Work will beam at the earliest poaal
The I'ort of Vancouver will retal
title to the land, but will lease the
site to the O. M. Standlfer Construe
tlon Corporation for a nominal con
stderatton for so Ions; aa It occuple
the land. This corporation, which I
already bulldlns; six wooden ships of
Sio tons capacity, also baa a contract
to build 10 steel ships for the (iovern
ment of 30O tone capacity each. Thl
contract Is for nearly 117.000.000. and
Is arreater than the assessed valuation
. of Clarke County. Vancouver and all
of the cities and towns of the county
thrown in. It la said that more than
Il.oo0.00u will be spent at once In
bulldlnsr the steel plant, and It la fi
pected that boilers and machinery will
also be turned out cy tnis company.
In addition to this blar concern In
Vancouver, the American Can Company
haa a site adjoining the shipyard site.
nd it la expected to build here soon.
Vancouver is now on the blKpes
wave of prosperity In Its history, there
are no vacant stores or houses and
hundreds of homes will have to be
built for the army of workmen neces
sary to operate the bin .ndustrles lo
cating here. It ia predicted, conser
vatively, that the population of Van
couver will Jump to 21.000 within two
attention was called for trial before
Judge Eakln In the Circuit Court to
day. It la the action brought by Mrs.
Mary X. R Morrison arainst the St.
Johns Sanitarium. Frank C Smith and
C. K. Watters to set aside a promissory
note In the sum ef $5000 secured by
a mortgage on the plaintiffs Clatsop
The complaint avers that the note
la void and the plaintiffs signature to
It was obtained by coercion, intimida
tion, duress and fraud. It says that
last May the plaintiff was a patient
in the St. Johns Sanitarium. She was
told by Dr. Hart, one of the physicians,
that her condition waa grave, that an
operation waa necessary to aave her
life, but that Dr. mith would not per
form the operation unless she signed
that 13000 note.
The complaint asserts that Dr. Hart
stood over the plaintiff's bed for from
one to two hours and frightened and
intimidated her Into signing the note.
HARM'S FACES ACCUSERS
POLICE CAPTA1X WILt HAVE FTLL
William Pigott to Supervise
Sound Wood Ship Work.
CAPTAIN BLAIN RELIEVED
Duties of Captain Now Confined
Wholly to Steel Construction for
Government at AH Yards in
Washington and Oregon.
"I Tickets Now Selling
T-TFTTT Tf Broadway at Taylor
Xa.ClJL.lVj Ma, i d A-1122.
THE EMINENT ACTOR
And Him Company of
Tonight 8:15 'MACBETH'
Special Price Matinee Tomorrow t:15
"MERCHANT OF VENICE"
Sit 8:15, "OTHELLO"
Eve's, floor 1.50. 1; bal.. II. 75c. 60c;
gal., 60c. Sat. Mat., floor. 1; bal., TSc.
oc; gallery, 35c. 25c
lying- at the Supple-Ballln dock with
out Her sticks, only the house being In
The Mount Hood has her en srines In
position and a blar force of men is
engaged In completing; the Installation,
innniniix.nl nr Ttrilllam TMe-s-ott. of "ell as that of all auxiliary gear.
Seattle, vice-president of the Pacific . . .wl" DO reaa "r service
arses ef Pro-Gersaaalssa, latessper-
ft a ad MUceadaet aa Police
sbbb Pre seated to Mayer.
MOTOR ROAD WOULD HELP
Tillamook County Interests Would
Tap KitenMve Spruce Regions.
Tillamook County Interests are tak
Irisr up with the State Highway Com
mission a proposal that a serviceable
automobile road be constructed through
the Grand Rondo Indian Reservation to
tap the extensive spruce regions of the
John T. Pousralt. of Portland, repre
senting timber Interests in the Tilla
mook country, has taken up the matter
of a truck highway with Htate Knsrl
neer Nairn, and will also aeek approval
of the State Illsrhway Commission. Mr.
Xunn Is quoted aa favoring the con
struction of the road.
The srreat importance of the recion
from the airplane spruce production
standpoint Is said to render almost Im
perative more Infallible and extensive
transportation facilities than the rail
road provides. Tillamook County pro
fesses to be furnishing; fully JO per
cent of the airplane spruce now being;
sent irom v 're it on.
88 PER CENT SIGN PLEDGE
Clackamas County Clicck-fp In Food
Campaign Just Completed.
OREGON CITT. Or.. Jan. IT (Spe
cial.) Ktchtr-etKht per cent of all the
families In Clackamas County one of
the so-called German counties of Ore
sron have sinned up the food conser
The final check-up has Just been made
by County Judge Anderson and Super
intendent J. 1-. Calavan, president and
secretary, respectively, of the county
conservation campaign. The entire
work was handled through the county
superintendent's office, and the high
average reached Is close up to the
state's general average of 5 per cent.
FUNERAL J0BE TODAY
Burial of It. II. Thompson to Take
riare at 3:30 P. M.
The funeral of R. H. Thompson, who
tied In Los Catos. CaL. last Saturday,
will be held this afternoon at J:JU
o'clock at the Holman undertaking
Mr. Thompson waa the son of the
late R. R- Thompson, a prominent
steamboatman of the early days. He
was interested in property tn I'ort land
and in California, and was one of the
owners of the Multnomah Hotel site as
a stockholder of the Thompson estate.
He Is survived by a brother, Lou
Thompson, of Carlton, Or, and a son
Iw H. Thompson. Jr.
WOMAN ACCUSES DOCTORS
Signing or $5000 Note Said lo Have
Been Procured by Fraud.
ASTORIA. Or Jan. IT. (Special.)
A. case that la attracting; considerable
Serious charges of pro-Germanism,
Intemperance and misconduct as a po
liceman have been presented to Mayor
Baker by IL Armstrong- against Police
Captain Harms, and are to be Investi
gated by a committee appointed yes
terday by Mayor Baker. The commit
tee Includes Mayor Bayer, United States
Attorney Reamea. District Attorney
Evans, City Attorney LaRoche and
Chief of Police Johnson. Testimony
will be taken tomorrow, commencing at
The committee was organised last
night and Instructed the accusers of
Captain Harms to be ready to present
their proof Saturday. Witnesses will.
be subpenaed and the case will be gone
Into In detail. The charges as made
are In general terms, but are of a de
cidedly serious nature.
Captain Harms saya the whole propo
sition Is one of revenge against htm for
his activities In the past In running
down Immoral people. He has retained
K. V. Lllliefleld aa attorney and says
the accusers will be forced to account
to the full extent for their chargea. He
aaya he haa no Idea what nature of evl
dence will be presented, the charges be
ing general and In no particular specific
The committee at the outset of Its
hearing last night requested that the
charges be made specific so that Cap
tain Harms might prepare a defense.
This the accusers refused to do.
The charges were put up first to
Mayor Baker to Investigate. He took
advantage of a provision of the city
charter giving him power to appoint
committees to make such Investigations
and announced that the Inquiry will be
absolutely In the open and that the
committee will be the Judges In the
Coast Steel Company, to have charge
of wooden ship construction tn the
Washington district, relieving Captain
J. F. Blaln of tnose duties so the lat-
early tn February and. as engines for
the Mount Shasta are about to be
shipped from the East, she will be less
tnan a month behind her fleetroate.
The ships are being- built on the order
ter may devote all his time to steel f Gaston, Williams & Wig;raore. of
ship construction, was a change ori,""r z me time mey are
Interest to shipbuilders here yesterday. away the first of eight wooden steam
It is understood t,hat Mr. Plsrgotfs re- era for the Government will be off the
sponslbllltles are the same as tnose neia 1 ways at mat pianr.
in the Oregon district by Lloyd J.
Wentworth. though the latter Is ex- Marine Notes
necreri to hava lurlsdlrtlon over ateel I
ships aa welL Aa yet Mr. Wentworth It was reported yesterday that the eehoon
has not been directed to look after the " ZVLV- .om J'cn ,h" been,"0,11 bl v,LlT
latter vessels, but that Is believed to
& Moran. of San Francisco, to Walter Scam
me! and James Jerome, also of the Golden
be due to the fact that the United I Gate, win return ti. ,..
States Shipping Board now Is busy voyare with a cargo of copra. She Is dls
wlth Congressional Investigations. charslng wheat at the Crown mill now and
Mr. Plggott waa in Portland last month m ta Westport for a lumber cargo, which
and talked to shipbuilders assembled Ior me Antipodes.
at the Chamber of Commerce, who were I Having discharged cargo here eonslmed
endeavoring to reach a conservative I , "" Emerald line, the steamer Prentiss
estimate of the probable amount of Je"lr1u,t, nlht for Westport. where she
tonnage they would pledge themselves lar " """
to float this year. Mr. Pigott said he Convoyed by the steamer Cascades, the
bad been asked by Chairman Hurley, J"',"arr fhooner Astoria leaves today for
of the Shipping Board, to obtain simi- ' ""nJcarso! rl"'t
All Week Matinee Saturday.
'The Cinderella Man"
A Play of Romance. Touth and Laugh
ter. First Time in Stock.
Bventngs. 25c, 60c. 75c Mats., 25c, 50c
Next Week. Starting Sunday alatinee,
This directory Is for the Information of the public, to give as far as pos
sible the different lines of business which the average person may find oocaslon
to use. Any Information which cannot be found here will be gladly furnished
by phoning; Main 7070 or A 6095, House 40.
FOUR MARX BROS. A CO.; The Boyarr
Co.: Doe O'Neill BESSIE REMPLE A
PLATERS: "Five of Clubs": COMFORT A
KING: GEORGE AUSTIN MOORE A COR
PA NT AGE
MAT. DAILY 2:30
AND HIS MINSTRELS
Six Other Big Acts.
Three Performances Dally. Night Curtain
at 1 and B.
Mat. Dally at Z:M. Nights Start 7:S0.
The Teasing. Tingling. Tantalizing Outburst
or Mirth and Melody.
THE GIBSON GIRL
HEMSTITCHING. 6c A YARD. PLEATING.
ALL LATEST STYLES. EASTERN NOV
ELTY CO.. 85 5TH ST., BETWEEN
OAK AND STARK STS. BROADWAY 2000.
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders. 219 pinoric Dlk. Broadway 1099.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
AGATE CUTTERS AND MFG. JEWELERS.
AGATES cut and polished; Jewelry and
watch repairing. Miller's. 2434 Waah. st.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 618 Pittock block.
Jo charge for consultation.
AUTOS WITHOUT DRIVERS.
NEW cars, reasonable rates. City Garage,
86 loth street. Broadway 840.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We buy
and eel! all kinda barber supplies. 250 2d.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axmlnster rag
rugs, all sizes; mail orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x12 rugs cleaned wi steamed S1.00
WESTERN rLtK KLG CO..
64-66 Union ave. N. iiast 6516. B 14T5.
JUNK AND HARDWARE.
The Oregon Junk Co., 274 Front St.
Main 6230. We buy all kinds Junk, metals,
pay hlgheat prices. See ua before you sell.
PARKER School of Popular Music. Term. 6
to 20 lesaona. 401-2 Ellers bldg.
OREGON Conservatory (School) of Music,
345 Washington il, at Broadway, city.
VIOLIN. Piano. Mandolin. Guitar. Banjo.
KOL KEUBECK, 409 YamhllK
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 207 Flledner bldg. Bdwy. 1620.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
O. P. GRAHAM, commercial and deepsea
rlshboats. building and In stock. Foot
L. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
312 Mnrvsn f.nk.ll dill
THE IRWIX-HODSON COMPANY.
887 Washington. Bdwy. -434, A J2S4.
SHRiNERS SEE TACtM
IMPERIAL POTENTATE OVENSHIRE
TO VISIT THREE DAYS.
Portlaa N'ekles Aerempaar Ilea 4
Order Trip Cass s Lewis te
TACOMA. Wash.. Jan. 17. (Special.)
Imperial Potentate Charles E. Oven-
shire, of the Shrlners. and bis wife
arrived In Tacoma Thursday Afternoon
from Seattle for a three-day 'Sojourn
among the members of Afifl Temple of
the Shrine here. He waa accompanied
from Seattle by many Nobles, including
Illustrious Potentate n 1111am Davis and
wife, of Al Kader Temple. Portland;
Past Potentate George W. Stapleton.
of Al Kader Temple, and High Priest
and Prophet Frank Grant, of Al Kader
The official dinner riven for the Im
perial Potentate and wife was held at
Masonic Temple, the guests Including
Governor Ernest Lister and Mrs. Lister
and the officers and wives of Afifl
Temple. Following; the official dinner
a reception for Mr. and Mrs. Ovenahlre
The Portland band arrived th Ta
coma this morning. It gave a parade
and concert today. The Portland band
under the direction of Captain W.
Frank and Frank Q. M. Lucas.
The visitors will see Camp Lewis to
DAILT METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. IT. Maximum temper
tare. 6 degrees; minimum, 46 degreea
Klver reading, S A. M-, 14.0 feet: change
last 24 hours. 0.1 foot (all. Total rain-
tall IS P. M. to ft P. M . 0 S3 Inch. To
tal rainraii since September 1. 1017. 24.44
ncbes; normal, 23.01 laches; excess, 1.43
nches. Sunrise. 7.4S A. M. ; sunset, 4:63
M. Total sunshine. 42 minutes: possible.
hours T minutes. Moonnse. 10:04 A. M
moonset. 11:-9 P. M. Barometer (reduced to
level) ft P. M.. 29.8s inches. Relative
omldlty at aeon, so per cent.
lar Information from Washington build
ers and for that purpose called them
together a short time before he left
Under the existing arrangement Cap
tain Blaln la In charge of the steel con
Hampered by reason of the fact that the
lower dock Is not available because it might
be flooded by a rise In the river, the force
on Alnsworth dock found space decidedly
short on the upver dock yesterday, when
nn cons or cargo had been unloaded from
tracts for the Government at all yards tha Hner Beaver, as the freight with whlcn
In Washington and Oregon and is said " ,to " today was held on the upper
to be working under direct orders from ,
Admiral Bowles. When Mr. Wentvnrth Operations at Dohelbower's were resumed
waa named chief f th. nr..n. rfl.t-l,.. Jre".,'.rd"T ?r the Federal dredge Multnomah
1, ..jI.".;V ii. . . wnicn Drone down Sunday when her pipe
It waa understood that he would be ime was broken by drift and the atiff cur
held responsible for all classes of ton- I rent.
1" l u may n enlarK" his field. E. M. Simpson, of San Francisco, of the
urauquinen at x'ortiana as nrra or fc at. snd Eugene fi. Simpson, nun
well for the ateel ships under way, ufacturecs of patent ship ventilators, la 11
more space must be obtained to accom- th cltT on business, and met old frlenda a
modate the staff, as much of the office th Hotel Multnomah yesterday,
work Is being handled at Seattle now. ..J' H'nea managing owner of the Pa-
though E. G. Egbert is directing mat- ' r'.c. "ne Review, published at San Fran
ters here under nm.ln ui.. cisco, is in me city, ana has received many
. w .ufP " complimentary expressions relative to the
iiciuirviiiii urbanization nas I annual number. pnnlH nf hli.h v, . ... k...
yei oeen luuy periectea, as tnere attributed during the past few days. As
are matters under consideration for usual, the publication devotes considerable
adding to the efficiency of the system, "P8 to the maritime affairs of this har
not In construction alone, but havlnsr bor-
to do with many details of supplying Another vessel returning to the river, after
and outfitting the vessels after they " m V?7 J .n,c? V tne i"ea "Ser J a 8tet
are delivered h Ik. hniM.. t.. L on whlch sailed from San Fra'hcisco yes
.iZJ . iZl f. .Z'LJ, , " ;u'lders- In terday. and will load a return cargo of lam
snort time 11 is Deneved the organlza- ber on the river.
nana in aa- Towed bv the steamer Wanna. haere.
vance and, aa coon as a vessel comes load of houaemovinr rear ent m
iionxiiaa me cock used for that our- touay for Lam River, where the crew an
pose, all of her necessities will n equipment will be used In floatina- th
aboard. So far delays have been met ,eamer Sarah Dixon, which went bard and
with In having to assemble all necesal- ,"thI' thm bank New y""'- day durlnK
v a iua ll9 JtfcBV IBW QaT DelOre
SERVICE TO START T05IORROW ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. 17. (Special.) The
bvdaui BLi.uu.iQt r isvci i.niBnQ loaamg luni-
ber at the Hammond mill this afternoon and
rnwr U lllamotro v I will sail tonight for San Pedro.
' """ Th. ,f..m n.l.. M-
today for San Francisco, carrying a full
cargo ox lumDer irom St. Helens.
The steam schooner Ernest H. Myer ar
rived today from San Francisco and went
to Knappton to take on lumber. She will
complete her cargo at Westport.
The steam schooner Shasta arrived frnm
to start the steamer Grahamona for San Francisco to load lumber at Rainier
points as far as Cnrvelll. tnmni-nnr ana i-ortiana.
If Locks Open,
Though the Weather Bureau forecast
la that the river will rise here today,
probably slowly, and more rapidly to
morrow, the Tellow Stack line intends
The tank steamer William F. Herrln
sailed today for California, after discharg
ing luei 011 in roniana.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 17. rSoeclaL)
itvo uerman seamen were taken off the
Japanese steamship Tenpaisan Maru when
he berthed In the harbor today by officers
the rtavai intelligence Office.
President Remsberg has introduced a res
olution, to be determined at the Port Com
mission meeting next Wednesday, abolishing
the offices of traffic manager. . assistant
traffic manager, assistant secretary and
port captain and substituting therefor the
mi.. , ir-m imr, - loiiice u. general port manager, at a salary
- ..v vi mo came urn. 1 , coa n. mnn.K v. .
be the present traffic manager, Hamilton
Hlgday, whose present salary Is (250 per
Major Frederick Mears, TJ. S. Engineers.
who arrived on the steamship Alaska early
this morning left at 10:30 this morning for
Washington, where he has been ordered to
morning. The river at Portland stood
at 15.8 feet at t o'clock last night, hav
ing raiien two-tenths of a foot during
me aay. ine atage of water at Ore
gon City yesterday morning was 11.8
teei ana a nrop of five-tenths of a
foot would mak If n..,iv.i. 'he Dertnea in the harbor today
t S- ifv. f.r.l .JL0S? t0 .rePen of th. Nava. Intelligence Office.
" " iiu uiq ti uiaiueLia re
ported falling at all points, it waa
hoped higher water would not be ex
perienced. If the Grahamona leaves
tne steamer Pomona will follow her
which was leased to the Kellogg Trans
portation Company for service between
Portland and Toledo, on the Cowlltj month.
Klver. is tied up at the Yellow Stack
line dock, foot of Taylor street, until
the Upper Cowlitz, can be cleared of j
trees and other obstructions that r.nnrt tn t.u. enmmanri rninn.i of
iresuei waters nave carried down. The I a regiment of engineers already organized
Government la counted on to assist in I for service tn France. He has been chief
mat Work and in a Short time It is "n1e,r 01 uoTernmem niirma construe
manned la resume the unriu ""-"-""
MEYER RCXS ON
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lea Moines .
w York ..
Salt lke ...
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33; 0.02l..;s ICIoudy
SJ, 4o.tx)..:sE Cloudy
24i 34 o.oil 4 W Pt. cloudy
1-. . c n tear
HO.O'.'i: W Clear
O.OO.. . SB Iciear
4-, id.1C SW Cloudy
. . . f.'.' O.lH) 1J w Clear
121 22 n. Oil 4 N Cloudy
4H' r.rtO.101 4 W Cloudy
3' 0.02 10 NE Cloudy
ld'22 :w NWlcioudy
5 74 0.POi..;SW Clear
6J f.s o,74 4 SV 'Pt. cloudy
3! ft 0.041 4 NWlPt. cloudy
4- 114 NW Clear
4'J. Rno.ool.. XWi'Ieir
2rt .IN- '24 NWK'lear
6 &4 0.44 38S Cloudy
32l 34 n.041 calm Cloudy
341 64 0.00! . . B Clear
22' 34 1 4 jt Cloudy
4 . n. mi sw Pt. cloudy
44 (ion. os 12. w Pt. cloudy
44I 60 0.00! . . 'sS cloudy
lrtj 241 ll W Pt. cloudy
2 1 0.021 4 SB Cloudy
60 st n.on ,.nw Clear
4Hj so o.oo. .Iw Cloudy
4H &1 0.38 26 S Pt. cloudy
44 1..IHK Cloudy
34 0.04f 4 NE Cloudy
OS 0.14 12 SW (Cloudy
54 1.7" 20 NWIRaln
22 0.00, calm Clear
3H 0.02 4 W Rain
I g N W Pt. cloudy
tA. M. today,
P. M. report of preceding
Portland and vlclnlt
Oregon and wssnmgioa nam;
EDWARD L. WEIXS, Meteorologist.
M . M.
1 P. M.
Tides at Astoria Friday.
,..J feet'11.4 A. M..
.7.1 feet 11:29 P. si..
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Jan. 17. Condition of the
bar at ft P. at.: Sea, moderate; wind, south
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 17. (Soeclal.)
SCHEDULE I On account of southeasterly gales along the
Coast predicted for tomorrow by the weath
er bureau, ships from Northern ports may be
bletmer Gets Plan Id riltnalrh nt delayed In reaching this port. If the pre-
Waptms Listed for San Francisco, winds and seas will make much slower prog
I ress tnan in normal weacner.
Seldom are lumber carriers held to a After a delay of 34 hours, a full crew was
schedule, but that has been practiced 'ned up today for the motorshlp a L Al-
dt me (irniirntnn at w n, v.r m. 'u " "
tion Company with the steamer Ernest
son Navigation Company. Captain Mitchell
expected to get away Wednesday, but his
it. Meyer ana. oecause she was off her men left one by one until he was the only
sailing caret on ner arrival from the nerson aboard. Runners skirmished up suf
south Wednesday, an effort is being I fielent men today to take the places of the
made to get ner on time now. She . aeeeners.
started loading at Knappton yesterday
and will take on the last of her cargo
at Westport. so as to get away at
noon tomorrow. She will head for
San Fed ro.
The McCormlrk steamer Wapama.
flagship of the line with Captain John
Foldat In command, sailed from the
Golden Gate Wednesday and it has
been ordered that she load for San
Francisco this trip. In the past she
had plied regularly to San Pedro and
San Diego, seldom making the Golden
Gate to discharge lumber, but this time
she has a full load for the California
metropolis. The last circular of the
Shipowners Association of the Pacific
shows lumber freights holding firm at
$7 to San Francisco and Is to Southern
WIXD'S VELOCITY 72 SIILES
Southerly Blow at Entrance to Co
lombia River Lessens at Night.
Storm warnings were ordered up
along the Oregon Coast yesterday
morning for a southerly blow that at
tained a maximum velocity of 72 miles
an hour from the -southeast during the
fternoon. However, at 5 o clock it
had quieted down to 36 miles from the
south. The blow- began early in the
morning and the 8 o clock report from
North Head waa that It was blowing
S miles an hour and at noon it had
increased to 64 miles.
That the blow did not extend the full
distance of the Washington coast was
shown by the 5 o'clock report from
Tatoosh. which was that the maximum
wind during the day was 20 miles from
the northwest. The warnings were
not changed last night and will re
main In force until thla morning.
MOUN't HOOD MASTS STEPPED
Motorshlp Back From Iron Works
to Receive Finishing Details.
With her three masts stepped, the
motorshlp Mount Hood presented a de
cidedly different appearance when she
returned to the dock of the bupple
Ballin Shipbuilding Coroporation yes
terday from the berth at the plant of
the Pacific Marine Iron Works. In
fact, she was a decided contrast to the
Mount Shasta, her Bister ship, which is
The dredger N stoma, which Is to be towed
to the Coluhmbla River tn a few weeks. Is
on the drydock at the Tlbbetts shipyard In
Oakland undergoing a complete overhauling
before undertaking the trip North.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Jan. 17. Sailed Steamer W.
F. Herrln. for San Francisco.
A8TORIA, Jan. 17. Sailed at 2 A. M.
Steamer Daisy Mathews, for San Pedro. Ar
rived at 10:40 and left up at 11 A. M.
Steamer Shasta, from San Pedro. Arrived at
8 A. M. Steamer Ernest H. Meyer, from San
Francisco. Sailed at 2 P. M. Steamer- W.
F. Herrln, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 17. Sailed at 11
A. M. Steamer Atlas, towing barge 93, for
Portland; at 11 A. M. Steamer J. B. Stet
son, for Columbia River.
ASTORIA. Jan. 16. Sailed at 3 P. M.
Steamer Breakwater, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 18. Sailed at 11
P. M. Steamer Rose City, for San Pedro.
SEATTLE, Jan. 17. Arrived Steamers F.
S. Loop, from Nome City; Fred Baxter, from
San Francisco; Alaska, from Alaska; barge
Wm. H. Smith, In tow of tug Defiance, from
San Francisco. Sailed Steamers Ketchikan
and Northwestern, for Alaska; Queen, for
San Francisco; Alaska for Tacoma.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 17. Arrived
Steamers D. G. Scofield and Admiral Dewey,
from Seattle. Sailed Steamers J. B. Stet
son snd Alaska, for Astoria; Admiral Wat
son, for Seattle.
IT. S. Naval Radio Reports.
(All reoorts received at 9 P. M. January
17, unless otherwise indicated.)
JOHANNA SMITH. In tow of tog Fear
less. Coos Bay for San Francisco. 370 miles
north of San Francisco.
BREAKWATER. Portland for San Fran
cisco. 290 miles north of San Francisco.
IDAHO, Port Ludlow for San Francisco,
26.1 miles north of San Francisco.
HORACE X. BAXTER. Eagle Harbor for
San Francisco. 25 miles from San Francisco.
WAPAMA. San Francisco for Portland. 20
miles south of Cape Blanco.
KLAMATH. San Pedro for San Francisco,
16 miles north of Pedras Blancas.
BARGE 01. In tow of tug Standard No. 2.
Richmond for El Eegundo, 84 mile from
QUEEN, Seattle ror san Francisco, 12
iles west of Race Rocks.
REDONDO. southbound, off Smith's Island.
SAN FRANCISCO, 125 miles from San
ADMIRAL WATSON. San Francisco for
Seattle, 80 miles north of San Francisco.
ATLAS, towing barge 83, Richmond for
Portland. 80 miles north of Richmond.
C. A. SMITH. In tow of tug Samson, Coo
"A Canine Novelty"
"A Miniature Vaudeville
4 Other Attractions 4
Mary Miles Minter
Her Country Call
Z lOcWeek-Day Mats. 10c
Little Madge Evans in
Z "The Volunteer" S
William. Estelle and William. Jr., Deveny,
me on y Scientific Ph.rnnn. kt In rhn t IV
Parlors. 302 Gerlinger bldg.. southwest cor-
-u ana Aloer. Phone Main 1301.
SICK PEOPLE: Dr. McMahon. Portland.
100, chiropractic specialist. That's why I
never have to employ drugs, operations,
vibrators, violet rays, electricity, heat,
light and other Joss House stunts. I re
move the causes of disease quickly, surely
and less expensively. Dally convincing
the doubting Thomas. 31 adjustments flii.
seven, to. Phone, call, write.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 610 N. W. bldg.. Mar.
6S22. 100 letters multigraphed. 11.60.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1706.
No collections, no charge; established 1900.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. 85H
Fifth. Under new management. Latest
dances taught 10 private lessons. tS. Hours
10 A. M. to 8:30. Broadway 21C.0
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL Dan
cing taught In all its branches, private,
day or eve. classes. Tues. and Frl.,' 8-10,
assembly after. 3SH Wash. Main 3205.
MRS." FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private Instruction; classes
Mon.. Thurs.. 8 to 10. 108 2d St.. bet.
Wash, and Stark. Main 2100.
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL nn-
clng taught in all its branches: private,
day or eve. classes. Tues. and Fri., 8-10
assembly after. 3S6Vj Wash. Main 3205
NEW ARBOR GARDEN. 2d and Morrison;
ovoijr uigni. except bunaay, aanclng school
FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT.
L. A. WALKER ELECTRICAL WORKS.
413 Burnside. Broadway 5674.
WHV PAY MORE 7
A SAVING from 30 to 60 per cent.
Promptly fitted glasses aa low
as al.au. 40UU satlslieu customers.
Satisfaction' guaranteed. Chas. W. Uood
man, optometrist. 208 Morrison. Main 2124.
R, G, WRIGHT 22 years' experience, U. S.
and foreign patents. 601 Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. 805 Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, female disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach liver, Sidneys, bowels,
throat; goitre; scalp; high blood pressure.
PLUMBING supplies at wholesale prices.
Stark-Davis Co.. 212 3d St. Main 787.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 hi Front St.,
corner Stark. Main or A 141o
THE IVY PRESS.
382 Stark st. Broadway 408. A 4088.
F. W. BALTES & COMPANY.
1st and Oak sts. Main 165. A1165.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES. 404 Wilcox bldg.
PYORRHEA PATIENTS WANTED.
THE LONG Post Graduate fechool of
Preventive Dentistry and Medicine. SIT
Broadway bldg.. wishes to give services to
the extent of 2000 to the public. Patients
for the treatment and cure of pyorrhea
wanted. Call for free examination 1 P. m.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1003.
Fluff rugs and rag rugs woven all sizes.
East Sth and Taylor. East ioSO. BW
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
pins and moving; horse and auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO...
2d and Pine sts. Broadway 586, A 188B.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Glisan St..
corner 13th. Telephone Broadway 1-S1 or
A 1168. We own and operate two iar"
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest insurance rates in m -"
CUT freight rates to all points on household
fFnnria. Manning vvarenuuso ot
Co., Sth and tioyt.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND VVAKtliUU.'-i--.
Office ISO aiaaison. ueot. mei V
and forwarding agents. Phone Main lain.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Bay for San Francisco, 65 miles north of
CHANSLOR. Llnnton for Port San Luis,
148 miles south of Columbia River.
HERRIN. Llnnton for South. 123 mllea
WHITTIER. San Luis for San Francisco.
nwi miles from San Francisco.
Dr. F. F. Caaseday, treatment; glasses fitted.
iuu c. Burnsiae, cor. 20th. a. 1383. E 4734.
ROTTED cow and horse manure.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO..
105 Park st. Main 6195. A 1051.
NATIONAL FUEL CO.. East 2041. E. 2d and
Oregon sts.; slabwood, $3.(5 delivered
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co.. East 72. B 2SH0.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
ACTO AND BUGGY TOPS
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., Sth Oak.
STERN At the residence. 1399 Union ave
nue North, January 15. Susanna Stern
aged 53 years 3 months 7 days, beloved
wife of Casper Stem, mother of Mrs. A. F.
Jaksha. sister of Mrs. Charles Mayer and
Otto Paaue. of this city: Mrs. John Rerk-
man, Mrs. Carolyn Zlnkel, Peter Paque. of
AiuwauKie, ur., ana jonn faque, or Kheln
pfias, Germany. The funeral will leave
the residence today (Friday), January
18, at 9:30 A. M.. thence to the Church of
the Holy Redeemer, corner of Portland
boulevard and Williams avenue, where
services will be held at 10 O'clock. Frlenos
are Invited. Interment Mount Calvary
cemetery. rtemains at a k. cellar Co.
parlors. Remains win be at the home,
13U9 Lnlon avenue rvorth, after 1 P. M. to
BUNKER At Cascade Locks. Jsn. 16.
Sarah Emellne Bunker, aged 71 years, 11
months, 22 daya Beloved wife of Ed
ward W. Bunker, mother of Mrs. Valentine
W. Tomklns, of Cascade Locks; C. O.
Bunker and Marian P. Noar, of Tacoma,
Wash., and Mrs. E. T. Warriner, of Hono
lulu. Hawaii. Friends Invited to attend
funeral services, which will be held at
Holman s funeral parlors. Third and Sal
mon sts.. at 10 A. M. today (Friday), Jan.
18. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
WEBSTER At the family residence, 1257
Mississippi ave. Jan. to. f rank ti. Web
ster, aged 61 years. 2 months. 25 davs.
Beloved husband of Kate Webster, father
of Dorothy and Edward Webster. Friends
invited to attend funeral services, which
win be held at Holman a runeral parlors,
Third and Salmon sts.. at 1:30 P. M. to
day (Friday), Jan. 18. Services at the
grave under the auspices of Willamette
Lodge, No. 2. A. T. and A. M. Interment
GARSIDE In this city, January 15. Henry
Garstde, age bo years, beloved husband of
Sarah J. Garstde and father of A. c. and
W. G. Gars de. of this city, and H. B.
Garside, of Los Angeles. Cal.. and Flor
ence I. Garslue, of Staines. Alaska, f u
neral services will be held at 1 o'clock
P. M. today (Friday). Interment River
view Cemetery. Services at the grave
private. Arrangements In care of Miller
& Tracey, Washington at una street.
HINMERS At the family residence, 88 East
Ninteeenth street south. January 10, Dor
othy Htnmers. age 13 years 3 months 26
days. Funeral services will be held from
the Episcopal Church, corner Fifteenth and
Harney avenue, at 2 o'clock P. M. today
(Friday). January 18. Interment Mil
waufcle Cemetery. Friends Invited. Re
mains are at the residence funeral par
lors of Walter C. Kenworthy. 1532-1534
East Thirteenth street, Sellwood.
BURCH At the family residence, 6609 63d
St. S. E.. Jan. it. Aiyrtie iurcn, agea 44
years. Beloved wife of Robert A. Burch,
mother of Mrs. Claire Neilsen, Mrs. Al
len Black. Margaret. James and Roberta
Burch. Friends Invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors. Third and Salmon sts., at
2:30 P. M. today (Friday). Jan. 18. In
terment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
OARSIDE In this city, January 15, Henry
Garside. agea OS years, Deiovea nusDana or
Rnrsh J. Garside, father of H. B. Garside.
of Los Angeles. Cal. ; Florence I. Garside,
of Haines. Alaska; A. C. and W. G. Gar
side, of this city. Funeral services will be
held today (Friday) at l f. m. at tne res
idential parlors of Miller it Tracey, Wash
ington at Ella street. Interment Rlvervlew
Cemetery. Services at tne grave private.
OLSEN At his home. Seghers. Or., Jan.
17, Man a ills uisen, agea ui years, t
months. 15 days. Beloved husband of
Julia Olsen. Friends Invited to attend
funeral services, wnicn win do neia at
Holman's funeral parlors. Third and Sal
mon sts.. at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow (Sat
urday). Jan. 18. Concluding services at
the Portland Crematorium.
HOWARD At Seattle, Wash., Jan. 12. Mra
Susan C Howard, aged 58 years, 4 months.
28 daya Beloved mother of L. K. How
ard. Friends Invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors. Third and Salmon sts., at
10 A. M. tomorrow (Saturday). Jan. 19.
Interment Rose City Cemetery.
HAERLE: Jan. 16. Charles P. Haerle. aged
53 years, husband of Mrs. Barbara B.
Haerle and father of Carl H. and George
Haerle. Funeral services will be held at
Dunning 4 McEntee's chapel today (Fri
day) at 10 A. M. Friends invited. In
terment Rlvervlew Cemetery.
THOMPSON The funeral services of the
late R. Henry Thompson, who died at
Los Gatos, Cal., Jan. 12. will be held at
Holman's funeral parlors. Third and Sal
mon sta at 3:30 P. M. today (Friday),
Jan. 18. Friends Invited. Interment Port
land Crematorium mausoleum.
WESTCOTT Christina Westcott passed
January 16 at her late residence in Gear
hart, Or. Her remains are now at Fin
ley's undertaking parlors. Fifth and Mont
gomery, where funeral services will be
held this (Friday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment at Rlvervlew Cemetery.
KING The remains of the late William M.
King, aged 31 years, will be forwarded
this (Friday) evening to Haines, Or., for
services and Interment by the Pearson
Undertaking Co., Russell st. at Union ave.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
L DINKELSPIEL COFiu1T1ckNbTir
WADHAMS & CO.. 60-75 Front St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO., 53-55 Front st
HIDES, WOOL. CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 481 Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor,
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM PITTING.
M. L. KLINE. S4-D6 Front st.
"PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL. 140 Front sL
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Nortb.ru p.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sta.
MILLER Wall Paper & Pt. Co.. 172 1st St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 230 2d st.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House. 191 2d st. Furniture,
carpets, eta Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 16 A. M
Furniture, 169-171 Second at.
AL KADER TEMPLE. A. A.
O. N. M. S. Ceremonial ses
sion Monday, Jan. 21, com
mencing at 3 P. M., Municipal
Auditorium, Third and Mar
ket sts. Parade from the Ma
sonic Temple to the Audi
torium at 1:30 P. M. Busi
ness session at the Masonic
Temple at 10:30 A. M. re
firinn. mit be in the hand.
s ' of the recorder oeiore i.ou
A. M. Dinner at the Multnomah Hotel at
6 P. M. Second section at tne auuiiui.u...
. . o T- r v..itA,i rnrrt a v lnviten. AU-
mlssloii by 1918 card only. By order of
the potentate. HUGH J. BOYD, Recorder.
i inn A S. RITE Thirty
Avenrh semi-annual reunion.
Programme for today:
9 A. M., ISth degree.
10 A. M., 21st degree.
P. M.. 29th degree.
3 P. M., 30th degree.
8 P. M., 31st degree.
Admission by 1918 card only. Byorder
THE 1913 CAIUHUlum
CLASS will hold Its fifth an
n1..i reunion luncheon at
Oregon Hotel, Saturday noon.
at 12: jo -J-1)AViaL
ALBERT PIKE LODGE, NO.
f.-T m,,nl-B.tlon this (Fri
day) evening. Jan. IS. at 7:30
.'einek. E. A. Degree. Visitors
welcome. Byorde of W.M.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 65,
tt and A. M. Stated com
munication this (Friday) even
ing. 8 O ClOCk. VlHll-uiB
Order v. -
C. M. STEADMAN, Sec
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. NO.
86 O. E. S. Regular meeting
this (Friday) evening at S
o'clock. Social. By order W. M.
SARAH B. GUERIN,
ttittjv:k- COUNCIL. NO.
204. K. AND L. OF S. Mem
bers are requested to attend
v.. funeral of our late
brother. Henry Garfide, . to
be held today (Friday) at 1
p M at residential parlors
of Miller & Tracey, wasn
ineton at Ella street.
8 M L. JOHNSON, Sec.
MANCHESTER H ALU 85 FIFTH bx.
Meets this afternoon. 2.15. cnicae
grocery prizes; also tm chlcken Md
so-io. "Tn welcome, members or
grocery P"- -V" Mln 2160.
WILL meet this frilay)
evening at 7:30 o'clock at 226
Alder street. Work in the sec
ond degree. Visitors welcome.
F COZENS. Rec Sec
E. M. WARDLE, N. G.
WEBFOOT CAMP NO. 65. WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD, meets every Friday night
SL W. O. W. Temple. 128 11th street. All
members welcome. Kum to Kamp Friday
night. A. L. BARBUR. Clerk.
DR. A. VAN CLEVE. Consul Commander.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, plna
New designs. Jaeger Bros.. 181-8 6th St.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals. 810 Washington sL
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BISONETTE At the residence, 292 East
Thirty-eighth street. January 17. Mary
Blsonette. age 65 years, beloved wife of
John Blsonette and mother of Adelaide.
Alice and Lois Blsonette, of this city. May
and W. I. Blsonette. of St. Paul. Minn.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements In
care of Miller & Tracey.
NEAL At his late residence, 230 Lya
bee St., Jan. 17. Harvey Neal. aged 43
years The remains are at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley Son
Montgomery at 5th. Notice of funeral
JONES Jan. 17. at the residence. 6262 68th
St. S. E., Alexandria muuet ...,
15 years. Beloved daughter of Sir. and
Mrs. James Jones. Notice of funeral later.
Dimnins: & McEntee. funeral directors.
EASTMAN In this city, January 17. Baby
Eastman, iniant son oi ..n.
ren J. Eastman. Funeral arrangements
In care of Miller Tracey.
In this city. Jan. 16. Mrs. Ban-
Jll Mroaoway. aBru
mans funeral parlors Thursday. Jan. 17.
Edward Holman. Pres. W. J. Holman, Sec
l k. Werleln. Treas.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
THIRD ST.. CORNER OF SALMON.
A Modern Spacious Family
Room With Private Entrance.
Phones Main 607. A 1511.
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash. St., bet. 20th and 21st. West Side.
Main 2691. Lady Assistant. A 7835.
J P. FINLEY & SON.
Progressive Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendants.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH
Main 8. A 1 '"''
WILSON & ROSS.
Funeral Directors. Inc.
Multnomah at Seventh Street.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
i9ih and Morrison sts. Alain bljj. A .Ju.
DUNNING & McENTEE, funeral dlrect-
m Hrnan way aiiu i iiwu.
Broadway 430. A 4558. Lady attendant.
TP S DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLDEN RULE UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder street. East 52. B 2525.
BREEZE & SNOOK BT'SaB!i0
MR. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. 19i3 fcl. Glisan. Tabor 43L3.
P L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 781. B 1388.
A. R. Zeller Co.
East 10S8. C 1088
582 Williams Ave.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
The above rates apply to advertisements and Clay. Main 4162, A 232L Lady assistant.