Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, February 02, 1918, Page 16, Image 16

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    TIIK 3IORMNG OKEGOXIAX, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918.
SURVEY IS FINAL
Timber Resources of Coast
Will Be Checked.
SHIP CONTRACTS FOLLOW
vmw Milpplng Hoard That 11
Ha Lanibrr and l-abor for
All mare Ircnuands. m
upportiaa conrvtia eatimalas
that ta trn with the tmr-
irocjr Klt forporatioo at Washing
ton, bearing on lha amount of ablp
construction timber that ran ba manu
f tur.d la tha Orison district during
1914, a aurv.y of the resources of the
f-i.'ic Cm-i will b In full swine In
another week. When !' S'irv.jr date.
mentM have boon digested at Washins;
ton all contrarti for wooden ships that
ran bo guaranteed for delivery thi
J.ar are expected to b rlosed.
Manacer I'te. of the Shipping Board.
Ia arranged ftr the survey and tbv
h-h ! to be made in surh a manner
that dependable Information will b
placed at hi. disposal. Though ti
tTegon illstrl.t has pledged i:J.CO
ton of wooden hlp thi year, which
would b I0v vessels of Jjt ton each.
It has been estimated that MS carrier
vt the wooden typa ran ba delivered
while Iher are some Interest that
fiaura pteamera should be the
nark to shoot at.
rartlaae) Mas Mark t Oa.
Concarnlng the situation at Wash
ington, aa It relatea to efforts of back-
era of new wooden yards and anme of
those, In established plant to obtain
contracts now. Oswald West. i-Osr
ernor of tregon. who 1 -In the Kant.
telegraphed yesterday "that the fu
lure of 4overnment order for ship
building on this Coa.t depend, largely
on a survey now being made a to
IB lumber and the labor supply. and
he adds that "I'ortUnd should get busy
and shoot in
linea."
The lumber survey has been ar
ranged for. after preliminaries cov
ering two or threa week, and aa to the
labor situation. K. P. Uonham. L'nlted
tate Immigration Inspector here, ha
been sending offli-tal report Kast for
some tim. showing that the shipyard
f Oregon are not In need of men other
tftaa a certain number of highly
skilled, who could be utilised. Their
a.a--e. however. Is not Interfering
with progre.a. according to yard own
era In addition. dr. Hon!. am has sent
ut a plain statement to all f ederal
employment agencies In the l'nlted
state, explaining the trua conditions
aad advising against men being sent
here for shipyard work. If there are
skilled men in the Kast with shipyard
ipertenca who wish to come here. jar.
Honharn suggested that they first com-
nuBit-ait with M offica or some yard
Tha shipment her, last month were
about H . barrel.
Tha tank steamer Atlas arrived yes
terday from the south and barge II la
due in the harbor thla morning with a
full load of the liquid fuel. Until mora
tankers are requisitioned, they will ba
kept bus jr between tha California oil
station and porta in Oregon and V ash-
In c Ton. stocking up atoraga tanka for
the future. A decrease la looked for
In tha amount of oil consumed at ahor
plants, except on railroad system, but
owners of deep-water vessel and In
land steamers do not anticipate tba
Government will leave them without
fueL .
UKSTBROVK WIIX tiET BOILERS
Hall Gors to Willamette1 to Be fitted
Oat for tiovcrnmcnl.
To receive her boilers and machinery
the hull of the new steamer Went brook
wa ahlfted yesterday from, the yard of
the Northwest Uteel Company to the
dock of the Willamette Iron A Steel
Works. Her bollera have been ready
some time and much of tbe auxiliary
gear ia In shape to go Into the hull.
The steamer Westwind will leave for
sea tonight to undergo her official
trial, fhe will have a ballast cargo I
PIMWELL UNDER WAY
STAXDlFFR . OHIPVABDS TO
READY IX FEW MOTHS.
BE
rsasssy Haw Ceatraete far sixteen
vAeeelea 9hlaa aad Tea More
Steel Veeeela.
Of t( Scotch marine boilers ordered
of tha Willamette Iron A Steel Works
by the Kmergency' Fleet Corporation
during less tban a month, 30 of them
are for 1 steel steamers, each of 3500
tons deadweight, which the ti. M.
Standifer Construction Corporation will
buna at Vancouver.
J. A. Sim, for a Ion period con
nected with the Bun Shipbuilding; Com
pany, of Philadelphia. I'a.. 1 to be man
ager of the new plant and he arrived
here yesterday, with uuy M. Standifer,
head of the corporation, to assume
chargeat once of the early work.
Mr. Standifer also brought with htm
?nd.U "un'ed .n to nle. mak.n 1- In .U of to? cli.Th.
. . J" ! "JIZ : ,romlnd his asaociatea are to deliver. 10 of
to ttuodajr mornlnf nd spend v
ral hours outside. Captain "Buck
Bail--jr. well-known Puget Hound pilot.
win be skipper of tha We.itwind on the
run. representing the owners, though
Captain Charles MacGregor. who Is to
be her roaster, will be aboard, ready to
take command as soon aa she la ac
cepted by the United Slates Shipping
Board. ,
SO ICE OX CPPKIt COLUMBIA
Start of Vancouver Fill Will Not lie
Delated by Winter.
fn a special report from Kennewlck
yesterday Kred Pap, superintendent
of the Port of Portland, was Informed
that there had not been any formation
of let to the river there, so he feels
that the dredge Tualatin, which has
been sent to the Standifer yard at Van
couTer. will not experience any trouble
throuach floating Ice.
In some seasons February has been
featured by running Ice In the Colum
bia and. with such conditions. It would
be Impossible to maintain a floating
pipaita- from a dredge. The Tualatin
startMhe work there Monday and will
be held at the task until the last of the
fill Is placed, unleaa an emergency
i: e dop along these I arises that compel her wlthtrrawaJ for
a time.
Marine Note.
Towed by the steamer Catacadra barge No !
W. of lh Hfandard Oil l'umn;'i lino, la
doe at wmbritlf e lb La mornlnf. from (be I
ioida it.
Oa unloading the laat of her asphalt cargo
at the North Hnfc dock today, the itumtr
taiay Mathews ablfta to tho Pvnlnaula mill
to atart hr lombr carco. taking oa more
Si. Johna ana Unnio. The atoamoi
liejr rrvwmon aio arrived in the river ya
trday aim a toad of asphalt from Can
forma.
To fake on more lumber, tho steamer Era
ol H. MTr shifted --rdiT from ft.
HIne to Kaiaur aad lil finish at West
Captain rowilne. of the s-'hoonep Toreot
Mom. hM-h Imm ami a to atari hr
rarfo or lumbvr oa the lor Hvr. pot
ho brth for two young snea bavina a
-nina toward the sea. Ho aaya he to will
fn la aifrn t bxsaa. ho aro anaJtataai la mt
eaowine (.hair esporlenco and partlru I firot knowide w a ahip and hr worklnca
ir line ok worn, ao inj idiriii no l bit a win pove id T ir mom ottlntt
pla-od. but not to make tho trip with- I '- f c-nod offlcera latr. Cap
ut advatv-e information, expecting to I 1ow,1" caoo anipo
obtain employ meat. .baoid rt-d m both cooat. to irmia
. . . . . , w yean mn. hut la tho aboenro of ouch ho
the attitude of builders .In the fm9m h tmm d. him 9hmr9 in m mU.
Oregon d.-trht la that they aro not
wailing on either the lumber output
r tabor auppty to do thlr work or
take on mora contracts. The lumber
purvey a eTVo-d to show what
amount of lumber ran bo assigned to
shipbuilding, providing for tho needs
f th Army aad aeroplane service as
well.
king
ed Bomber 10 ea each trip.
After a vunt of more than two weka dur
In a which time he compt4 the aale of the
orhoonor Fttroft Home to waiter tk-ammel.
f r4.n rraarta, and attendod to other
buolnMS for the firm of Fair tt Moran.
-Audi' Moran left yeotertlay for the Ooidea
uoie.
CltU'S HARBOK FIRM STARTS
Mocomhtp Corporntloa Taken Over
9 and Work luj;ln at Once.
ABKRDKKX. Wash.. Peb. 1. 5pe-
OiaL) The Urats Harbor lthtpbullding
Company, which Kaa lain tdlo for six
months, has been taken over by the
(rays Harbor Motorohip Corporation.
an adjoining yard, and will be started
bp Immediately.
Throe keels will be laid there during
tha present month, the firat of them
going down Saturday. on the main
plant of tho rav Harbor Motorshlp I
ard Ava Oovernment ships are now I left wt at 3a P. M.. ateamrr Delay alath-
Movetnenta of - eaaels.
f0 RTt-A Vt. , Feb. 1 Arrirod Steamoro
F A. K 11 bum. from baa Franrtaeo: LaUy
Froomaa. from m Fraactaco; loiay Math
, ewa from Mn Kraartaeo. Atlaa and barge
WJ. from eaa r raacie-.
ASTORIA. Feb. I lfi up at S A. M.
barse b-k from laa Franclaca. Arrived
i and left op at So A. M . starar
liay rmm.n, from San Frnnrloco. Arrived
3 aad left up at lO A. M atoomer F. A.
Iwilbara. from naa Franclaco.
9 AS FRAN'rl3ro. Feb. 1 Arrtvod at
aooa. steamer iteaver. from Poniatad.
VoiNT RET ITS. rob. 1 Paao-4 at A.
U . atoamer O.eum. from fort la ad for
Oitom.
ASTORIA. Jan. SI. Arrived at B:S and
butldtng. so that before the end of
aVtarrh eight veseeta will be under con
struction at thea yards, beside four
which are la the water receiving en
gines.
Tbe engine Installation plant of this
company, now being built, will ba par
tially In operation by the end of the
we. from Han Franelsro. Arrived at a P.
M- etoamer ttantlam. from 8an Frmnrloco.
Amvd at I. -!.. oteomer Allan, towlna
bargo No. M, from Hon Franclaco.
JkX PEDRO. Jan. 31 Hailed at f P.
M.. ateamer bhasta. for Portland.
RATTLE. Waah.. Feb. Arrived
fteamr Admiral FarracuU from Kan Fi
month and In full operation within lUiro. Portland and Jffereon. from Aiaaka.
day a. Hjr May 1 It Is expected that this
)ard will be uyng :ooe men. making It
aa of the largest wooden yards on the
Pacific Coast.
1' I KT SHIP LA C1I KD SOO
Two Yartl tlipe-rted to R Iteady I
With Hull Abont Same Time.
Healld (tamer Skagwajr and Victoria, for
A.aha. aagtnatt. for hta Franclaco.
PAX FRAN'CISTO. reb. 1. Arrived
tarnera Havr and Olrum, from Astoria.
Departed ateamer Admiral Schley, for Se
at i.e.
DAILY wETEROI.Oi.ICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Feb. 1. Maximum temper
ature. 3. dfrvf: minimum. d
For the honor of launching the first Kivor readme, s a. M. To feet: chanxe in
wooden steamer for tha Emergency I 24 hur- frtl fa. Total preclpt-
i . r . m.$t .oiincn; local
1 aiace i-ptomb-r 1. 1117. 2i.75
inchee. normal rainfall alnre beptember 1,
Vlaaaat I'npnArallnn tj. iia-K aianl l.u.h.H I lat IOO .
them being already under construction
and the first will be afloat early in
March. The six additional contracts had
been agreed to some time ago. It hav
ing been understood between Mr. Stan
di fer and the Shipping Board officials
when the 10 were ordered that the oth
er r would be allot ed as soon as the first
were under way.
It was after receiving the 10 orders
that the wooden plant at Vancouver
was laid out, as previous to that time
the builders had only the Standifer
Clarkson plant, on North Portland har
bor. The latter Tiaa fourVays and the
Vancouver wooden plant has six. ao 10
ships are building' at a time. Of the
six vessels added to the list, two are
for delivery in November, two In De
cember and two In January..
The new steel yard will have live
ways, and It Is already under way. pile-
drivers having made a good start on
foundations for the ways, and by Mon
day the 20-Inch pipeline dredge Tuala
tin will start on a big fit! there that
will require about three months to com-
plete.
Mr. Standifer, while In tha East, com
pleted negotiations for machinery for
the plant, some of which he had ar
ranged for before he left here. The
contract was not finally executed until
January 8, yet fu. y agreed to by both
the Government and the corporation be
fore then. Men are to be brought from
the Kast to accept responsible positions
In the yard, which will be going In
full blast In a few months. -
With a total of 26 ships on Its books.
the corporation holds more orders at
the present time than any in the Ore
gon district. The Northwest Steel Com
pany and Columbia River Shipbuilding
Corporation both have more steel ships
to deliver, each having about double
the number of that kind the Standifer
yard la to build, and In wooden steam
ers alone the Standifer Interests lead
In this district, among the yards build
ing ships of timber.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ASTORIA. Or.. Feb. 1. Special.) The
sew at earn schooner Trinidad la due from
San Franrloro to load at the Hammond mill.
Tho etam achoonr Daley J-'reman ar
rlvd thla morning from Kan Francisco en
route to Portland with frelcht.
Hrmglng rroijtht and ponaengera for At
torla and Portland. Ih aiamr K. A. Kit
bum arrived thla moraine from nan Fran-
ClaVTO.
Tho steam schooner Fantiam arrived thla
mor n 1 n g f rom Pa n Ped ro. via Han a n -cteco.
and went to Knappton, wherwehe will
load wnj.000 feet of lumber, she will flnlah
at W oat port.
The motor schooner StC Rainier, carry! n a
a caria of lumber from Wauna for Callao.
thla afternoon for San Franclaco. After dis
charging hrr lumbtr cargo at the Houth
American port, the craft will load nltratea
for tho Atlantic Coast and will remain In tha
Atlantic trade.
In the month of January 6A veeselo In
tho eoasiwiee trade enterod at the local
Cuetom-bouae. 43 with cargo and rj& in bai
lat. in tbe same period T3 vaaela cleared
In tho eoaatwiae trade. 44 with cargo and
2-1 la ballast. Two enterod from foreign
porta and two cleared foreign. In addi
tion to those, four veeeela cleared forelan
direct from Portland.
i no aioam tc noonr iaiay aiunivi ar
rived during the night from Pan Francisco
with freight en route to Portland.
Bringing cargoes of fuel oil for Astoria
and Portland. Xhe tank steamer Attaa, with
oarge iu tn tow. arriven during the night
from California.
COOS BAT, Or.. Feb. 1. (Special.) The
steamer O. C Llndauer sailed thla afternoon
at 3:30. carrying lumber and paaaengers for
ban Franclaco.
Tha steam schooner Kouth Coaet arrived
this forenoon at 10 from Pan Franclaco and
will ahlp a lumber cargo and tiea.
The gasoline schooner Tramp was pre
vented from salting Mr Rogue River by a
storm whlcb arose last night.
SAN" FRANCISCO, Feb. 1. Special.)
In addition to the t love rn men t diverting sati
ng vessels from New Zealand and Austral-
Ian voyages to the Philippines, the Ship
ping Board plans to employ available motor
ahlps In carrying ship lumber to Atlantic
porta. On account of the retrenchment in
railroading there Is a shortage In Kastern
hipyarda of material for the wooden ships
under course of construction. Wanhlngton
has iMued Instructions to the Pan Fran-
ward ahlp timber to the Atlantic aa fast aa
poeeib;e.
The master of a sailing vessel In port Is
reported to have resigned because two cadets
are to go on the off-ahore voyage. He ap
pealed to tbe owner of the ship not to send
the boya, aa he said he did not want to be
bothered answering questions about navlga
tion. The owner was unwilling to call off
the arrang-ment for the young men to ship
and to id the master aa much. The boys are
graduates of the navigation school.
The lanlsh aieamsblp Rbodeaia arrived
todatr from Calcutta with 4 ICS tons of
cunnvaarke, tea. hemp and other Oriental
products
The Dutch warship Zeeland left the
Hunter's Point drydock today after having
a new blade put on the propeller.
After almost foundering In Northwest gales
that carried away her aalls and port bul
warks last November south of the Hawaiian
I-lands and with only a scanty supply of
ha ni ark to keep the crew from dying from
starvation, the bar ken tine Tsabel arrived
today from Suva. FIJI Islands. The small
craft waa In tha storm that sent the big
Norwegian steamship Thor to tho bottom
tM miles north of Honolulu. Tho Yaabel
brought a cargo of copra.
SEATTLE. Feb. 1. (Special.) A heavy
snowstorm which at times resembled a bltz-
avrd interfered with shipping on Puget
Sound today, but so far no accidents were
reported. Aside from delaying the arrival
of esse I a. the atorm did no damage. The
Pacific Pteamshlp Company's liner Admiral
Farragut reached port three hours lata and
with her decks covered with snow as the
result of encountering the storm aa she en
tered the Straits. Storm warnings are being
displayed at the various weather bureau sta
tions. W. T. Isted today purchased tho steamer
Washington, a Puget Sound craxt. wnicn
had been operated by the Washington
Steamship Company, but declined to an
nounce his Plans regarding; the veaselT
When the international r isn commissions
conclude their Joint meetings on the Atlan
tic Coast they will come to Seattle to con
elude their hearing on matters pertaining to
the deep-sea fishing Industry, and will en
deavor to form a definite policy to be con
cluded lolntlv.
tne hundred and thirty thousana tons OI
freight destined for the Orient waa shipped
out of this port during January, thereby re-
tatvinsr the congestion to a marsea aegree.
The placing in commission of a number or
new ships within the next rw oays win
fertualiv relieve the existing congestion.
Six new craft will be ready for cargo next
week.
C S. Naval Radio Reports.
.All re porta are foV ft P. M. yeaterday, on
lea, alherwlao Indicated.)
WAPAMA. Kan Francisco- for Everett, 33
mll.a aart nt I'aM KlatteiY.
RAINIKR. Pan Francisco for Seattle, 280
miles from Pan Franclaco.
O. A. SMITH. In tow of tug Samson. San
Francisco for Coos Bay, 20 miles south of
Coos Hay.
YOSEMITE. Port Gamble for Pan Fran
cisco. 3." miles north of Blunts Reef.
CORDOVA, southbound. TS miles east of
Cap Hlnchlnbrooke on January 31.
KKTWH1KAN, arrived at Unalaska Jan
uary 31.
Notice to Mariners.
Information has been received from an
American vessel that when In latitude t9:34
north, longitude 144:00 west. January 17.
she passed a log about 40 feet long and two
feet la diameter.
E. F. ECKHARDT,
Commander U. S. Navy. Retired. Per
Oscar W. Schwa its. Nautical Expert. U.S.N.
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
High. Low.
4 ?7 A. M 8 1 feet' 1 1:16 M M 2.0 feet
4.31 P. M 6.1 feet lOi'-H P. M 2.6 feet
AMUSEMKXTS.
John HYAMS McINTYRE Leila; Val
auieva Troupe: Felix Bernard eft Eddie Jan is;
R I TH BOY K ; Apdale's Zooloaical Ircu ;
IIARKV BL RES FORD A CO.; ST I ART
BARNES.
s
T A VCD ALCAZAR
JjA1LK .-layers
list. Today; Last Time Tonlpht.
"IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
Greatest comedy hit In years.
Evenlnjrs. 5c. SOc. T5c Mats.. 25c. 50o
xt Week, Starting Tomorrow Mat.,
The t nc hastened Woman."
AM CSEXEMTS,
r:
P
ANTAGEi
MAT. DAILY 2:30
THE BRIDE SHOP
Wlia Eddie Voat and His Own Campany.
A Aiew York Beanl? Chora s.
Six Other Bis Acta.
Three Performances Dally. Night Cur
tain at 7 and 9.
SICAL
STOCK
L, Y R I C Ml
Mat. DaSXr at t:S0; Nlchta at 7:10
Today aad TonJaht. DILLON FRANKS.
In a howllnc new musical comfdy success,
"IN WRONG1
Next Week, Starting; Tomorrow Mat.,
-THE PRINCE OF PILSNER."
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Fb. I. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M.. smooth: wind. west. IM mll.s.
Seagull, Caught on Bridge, Ia
Liberated After Battle.
tlridar Tender Blttea hy Frlsrfcteaed
"Submarine Detector."
rnHERE is one seagull In the harbor
1 who owes hia life to the friendly
aid of humane In releasing- him from
the west wall of the Morrlaon-street
bridge drawreat Thursday, where he
had become fast through a string, tied
tightly on one foot, having caught on
an old cable.
The plight of the gull was discovered
by H. T. Grist, of the Kellogg Trans
portation Company's force, on Wash
Ington-street dock, who telephoned to
Harry Richmond, superintendent of tha
Morrison-street bridge. Mr. Richmond
could barely see the gull flopping
about from his station In the tower.
He at once climbed down to the
drawrest. which was no pleasant trip,
In view of the chilling east wind, and
found the gull had flopped about so the
string was then bound about its wings.
Ho cut that loose, and then the gull.
evidently mistaking him for theone
who had tied the string on his foot,
gave battle. In spite of being bitten
and scratched by the frantic bird. Mr.
Richmond held him until he had cut
the string from the limb and tossed the
gull into the air. He sailed to the
surface of the river, flopped his wings
a number of times as though testing
them, and headed for the dock line.
In view of dispatches from Bos
ton that seagulls have been proven
the best submarine detectors known
and requesting that they be protected
in every way, the finding of the help
less bird here waa declared to be evi
dence of most unpatriotic tendency on
the part of some person. Gulls are pro
tected by law. and now, more than
nfir. of the Mhirrmr Ho.rd to fnr- ever, they are doing their bit with the
SEAT SALE NOW OPEX
at Sherman, Clay & Co. for
LEOPOLD
GODOWSKY
Piano Recital
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4,
at .
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Portland's Finest Amusement Palace.
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boys of the Navy- in following the un
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COOS BAY TO PAY BONUSES
Shipbuilding Company Ready to
Hand Over 1 0 Per Cent to Men.
MARSHFIELD. Or.. Feb. 2. (Spe
cial.) Tbe Coos Bay Shipbuilding Com
pany. of Marsbfleld. will be among tbe
first in Oregon to pay tbe Government
bonus of 10 per cent, according: to ar
rangements now being carried out by
Manager James Polhemus, who has for
warded his list of men eititled to bo
nuses to the San Francisco offices.
Manager Polhemus expects the Pills-
bury offices to designate the exact pay
ments due bis men and the employes of
tha Coos Bay Shipbuilding Company are
practically guaranteed the deferred bo
nuses Saturday. February 9.
John 1. Goss and President A. E.
Adelsperger are in Washington, con
ferring with the Shipping Board over
contracts in addition to the ships build
ing.
Phone your wane ads to The Orego-
nlan. Main 7070, A 6095.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
YOUNG lady office assistant; state expe
rience, age and apply In own nanawrltlng:
salary 940 per month; give phone number.
D 626. Oregon lan.
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for durlna tha month. It Is sauii the
wraini orYino-r vrirfnjuinni II I afc IBcn.S; flellclvocy of rainfa;! since
John, ana the I'rninsula rihipbuildtng I plemtr I. lull. .30 Inch. Sun r i.e. 7:3J
rompsnr. at Peninsula, ara ronnlna I - sunset. &:la P.. M. Total auttshlne.
about e.en. Tha former la ronatruct. " PoaslDI. sunshine. hours 4.1 minutes
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latter viaht hulls of tho Kerr la model.
Tha 'osi htpbulidinc Company. locou
fouth Portland, w here etffht contracts
aro held (or Fvrrta ships, is well to the
f with Its work and will ba close to
tha winners with the first ship. Also
tha uppto-BAllln .hipbulMlna Corpo-
ratotn will not be far behind the lead
era. from the ttme tha first Federal
shtpa aro floated until tha end of the
mmob lannchlnas will bo frequent aad
mtnjr ways will he desired twice before
THE WEATHER.
TATlO.Ha.
TAfOM.I DRY DOCK IS Bl'SY
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Ulir: Todd Plant Brine FnUrfrd
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uwtrnrT's northern freighter shtftd
tl of Taroma last ntaht after under-
tnc repairs requirtnc two weeks
work. As soon as the V sides went out
the motor p htf.ner Tpres. Captain K
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the dryd-M-k- As soon as the Ypres
mi off. tha motor Khoontr Weras'
read tl io on, to be followed hf I
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A.uction Sale
Horses and Mules
Ogden, Utah February 11, 12, 13, 1918
Our first sale of the 1918 season will be held at Ogden, Utah, on the above dates, and a lot
of good stock will be sold at that time and place.
No belter lot of farm mares many of them with foal and geldings has ever been brought
together in the West for sale at one time than those we will sell at this sale. They are big
boned, sound and fat, have been on feed for four months and are just the kind that are in
special demand in every market.
At this sale we will also sell the following:
A lot of Eastern chunks, weighing from 1200 to the biggest horse that grows; all in good
condition, sound and fat. st
A limited number of good work mules and a few choice cotton mules; many of them broke,
and all good buys.
A few loads of mares and geldings of the .Southern type; all good specimens of that par
ticular class. --'
No one need fear any sickness among the tock kept at this place, as in this exceptionally
healthful and invigorating climate there are no sick horses among those that have been here for
any considerable time.
If you are selling or buying horses or mules, be sure and attend this sale, for the prices
will be right for all, and a lot of good stuff will be sold. You will be assured of a good deal,
a real deal and a square deal at this and all subsequent sales held by this company throughout
the year.
No rejects will be sold here. All fresh, good stuff that is just what is demanded by all
good buyers. .
Those bringing in stock will please notify us of dates of loading, number head and car num
'bers. Further information will be gladly furnished on application.
SALES EVERY TWO WEEKS FOR THE BALANCE OF THE YEAR. ' .
Ogden Horse Sale and Commission Company
OTTO MEEK, Manager.
MEETING NOTICES.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO.
18, R. A. M. Called convocation
this (Saturday) evening. East
Eighth and Burnslde streets, at
7:;in o clock. r. and ti. .M
degrees. Visitors welcome. By
order E. H. P.
BOY QUACKENBUSH. Sec.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
46. A. P. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Saturday)
and Burnmde. A. degree.
Visitors welcome. Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, secretary.
OREGON LODGE, NO. 101
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Saturday)
evening at . 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited. By
order of the W. M.
LESLIE s. A Ulve.it., oec.
OREGON SHRINE NO. 1. WHITE
SHRINE OP JERUSALEM KeBU
lar meeting tonight (Saturday) ai
, h P. 31.. Jdasonic lemiiio.
sojourners welcome. .M
Worthy Scribe.
EMBLEM Jswelry. buttons, eharma, pins.
Maw daalana Jaeger Bros., 181-S Sin St.
FRIEDLANDER'S lor lodge emblems.
,lu Bins and medala aio nununiuu -
DIED.
KIMBALL In San Francisco, January o,
Hat tie f oster n.iinutti. J r
land. "
FCNERAL NOTICES.
DUNBAR In Salem. Or.. Jan. 29, George
William Liunoar, useu -i" .. ,.
of Mrs. J. W. Dunuar, lamer ui xia.
i, ... a nri ftln Dunbar, of St. Johns,
this city. The funeral services will be
held at the St. Johns Lnruiian i-nuren .i
2 PM. Sunday, February J. irlenus in
..i. int.rm.nt Columbia Cemetery. Re
main, it. at the oarlors of F. S. Dun
ning. Inc., 41 East Alder SU
GREENE At the family residence. 335 East
11th North., reo. x. ueoiso y- j
5 years. 7 mos.. 2 days, beloved husband
of Cvnthia E. Greene. Friends invited to
attend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman-s funeral parlors. Third and
Salmon sts.. at 2 P. M. Monday, ieb. 4.
Interment Rlvervlew Cemetery.
KRUMPF In this city. Feb. 1. at his late
residence, xouo r.. -"
Krumpf. aged B7 years. The funeral serv
ices will be held tomorrow (Sunday), ieb.
3 at 2 o'clock P. M. at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Flnley & Son. Mont
gomery at 5th. Friends invited. Incin
eration, at Portland Crematorium.
BURNS In this city. Feb. 1. Leo Burns, in
fant SOn OI -1 J . u alio. ' ' " -
neral services will be held today (Satur
day) Feb. 2, at 2 o'clock P. M- at res
idence 446 Liberty st. Interment Mult
nomah Park Cemetery. Arrangements In
care of Miller & Tracey. Wash and Ella
sts.
DESTOL At Metzger station, Jan. 31, Ed-
. - - . . (, . . ,, .... h.l.n. H hi,B
ward nestoi, aseu J "' " ,
band of Freda Destol. Funeral services
will be held today (Saturday). Feb. 2. at
" P M at residential parlors of Miller &
Tracey.' Washington and Ella sts.
McCALLISTER At Ltnnton, Or.. Feb. 1.
Martna -HCV auin ir-i, i ft " - - J .... ,
loved wife of Miles McCalllster. NoUce of
funeral later. Arrangements In care of
Miller & Tracey. Washington at El'.a St.
CEMETEK1K8.
i BEAUTIFUL
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CEMETERY
Lowest Prices Best Service.
No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other cemeteries.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Room 153 Courthouse, 5th St,
jbntranoe.
Phone from 8 to 5 Main 378, Home Phon A
25-i5. Night call after office hours Main 270.
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for email
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and
disabled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pets communi
cate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
stock, as we look after all impounding.
There is no more city pound, just Oregon
Humane Society.
.Vew today.
Wanted, approximately 2 acres
low-priced industrial land, on
railroad, with good foundation;
Water frontage not required.
506 Concord BIdg. Main 1373
MORTGAGE LOANS
1 1 Fnada oa ksai iar sjoo (arm anal 1 1
1 1 city loan at close lateral ratea. I I
1 1 Prompt. Reliable Service. . 1 1
A. Jrl. JilKKHLL CO.
Z17-219 Northwester usa Balldla-fe
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
MORTGAGE LOANS
OK BUSINESS AND RKslUGNCas
FaOVEUTY.
ROBERTSON at SWING.
H07-H Nortkwestera Bask Bldf
JNO.B. COFFEY
MORTGAGE LOANS
Insurance, Surety Bonds
301 WILCOX BLDG. Mala 702, A S703
MORTGAGE LOANS
ON FARM A .NO RESIDENCE!
PROPERTY. NO 0,HU1SS10N.
Wm. MacMaster
701 CORBBTT BLDG,, POHTLAXD, OR.
banks PliW U OUCn.
PHOXE BROADWAY S25,
SO WEST PARK.
REAL ESTATE.
For Sale Lots.
LAURELHURST LOT SACRIFICB.
Must have money quickly, will sell lot 9,
block 101, Laurel hurst, near the park, for
$970 cash; value $1300; free of all incuxu
brancea A. MOORE. MAIN 5073.
THAT VACANT LOT Turn a burden Into
Income. V e design and build anything,
furnish the money If desired; eight years
In Portland. L R. Bailey Co., contract-Ing-
architects. Northwestern Bank bldg.
FOR SALE or trade for California prop
erty, .OL diock Westmoreland, Port
land. Henry A. Woodard, Motel Morgan,
Los Angeles, Cal.
CORNER lot 60x100, suitable for busi
ness lot, at station, 6c carfare, at Capitol
Hill. A bargain; $550 cash. Phone iSaat
7491.
For Sale Houses.
DISTINCTION AND REFINEMENT
are the keynote of this five-room bunga
low in Rose City Park; built less tban a
year ago, it is modern, up to the minute
and H block from the carline. The owner
has been called to an important position
in San Francisco is tbe only reason for
Belling. If you want a beautiful and at
tractive home, where you will get more
than 100 cents to the dollar, investigate
this property at $3750, Including the fur
niture. Terms to the right party. You
will need to act quickly. Phone Mac
Innes, Broadway 1058, for full particulars.
CLOSE-IN HOME HALF-PRICE.
Fine 9-room house, one of best loca
tions In city, walking distance, corner lot.
all street improvements in and paid, at
sacrifice price of $4000. Neither house
nor lot can be duplicated for price we are
asking. Out-of-town owner must have
money at once.
C. A. "Warrlner,
RITTER, LOWE & CO..
203-5-7 Board of Trade bidg.
$300 DOWN. $25 MONTH.
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW: 6
rooms and attic, full basement, furnace,
hardwood floors in main rooms, and en
trance halt. Dutch kitchen and breakfast
nook, all built-in effects, fireplace, etc.,
fir shade trees, south and east front, cor
ner; price $3250. This is a bargain. J. L.
HART MAN COMPANY. 7 Chamber of
Commerce bldg. Main 20S, A 2000.
MAUSOLEUM.
301
IC01
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
MAUSOLEUM
Taylor's Ferry Road. End Rirerriew
Carline.
The only civilised method of. burial.
Snow-white, always dry. sanitary tombs.
Permanent title and endowment; t'J50 up.
636 Plttock Block. Phone Broadway 301.
FLORISTS.
MARTIN FORBES CO.. Florists. 354
Washington. Main Z69. A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS.. Florists. 287 Morrison st.
alain or A 1805. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 285 Washington
St.. bet. '4th and 6th. Main 5102. A 1161.
KAX at. SMITH. Main 7215. A 121. Selling
bldg.. 6th and Alder sts.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder.
Flowers and designs. Phone Marshall 5922.
MOMMENT8.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-266 4th
St.. opposite City HalL Main 8664. Philip
Kea A Sons for memorials.
BE
BLAEZ51N& GRANITE CO.
Third at hadison 3TREETI
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
nUzu AUia 7070, A
PORTLAND HEIGHTS Superior 9-room
residence, close in, wonderful location and
view; hardwood floors, white enamel and
mahogany throughout; sleeping porch,
fireplace, 2 bathrooms, plenty of closets,
alt modern conveniences, large grounds,
fine trees. BKOOKE, S41 Montgomery
Drive, cor. Elm st. Mar. 4827. A atWtf. Call
mornings.
INCOME property joining University of Ore
gon, Eugene; house with four 4-roomed
apartments, bathroom complete with each,
cabinet kitchens, gas ranges installed,
sleeping porches, woodshed, double garage,
fruit and shade trees; one house with 2,
3 and o-roomed apartments; large
lots. Owner, J. W. Jenkins. 156 IS. tfOta
St.. Portland.
ONLY $1600, about one-half Us value; a
good 7-room house, with a full cement
basement, on a corner lot, close In to the
center of the city, close to carline, with
all kinds of small fruits, flowers, etc.
The lot is 50x100 feet. This property can
be handled for $800 cash, balance can
stand.
M. J. CLOHESSY, 415 Abington Bldg.
BROADWAY at northwest corner of East
17 th st. A modern 7-room house and
choice corner lot, convenient to two car
lines. See R. J. G'Neit, owner, 717 Board
of Trade bldg.
LAURELHURST.
Before buying- elsewhere obtain our list
of exquisite home for sale on easy terms
1 n Lau rel h uri t, the she w p lace of Fort
land. LAURELHURST CO., 2701, Stark
St. Main 1700. A IS 15.
SACRIFICE sale. West Side, $3000; fine .
0-room nouse, in - gooa aistnct, cement
basement, nice yard; owner leaving town.
1307 Yeon bldg.
HAVE 4 1 ) 00 equity in beautiful $6000 home
In Alberta dintrlct. will take $L'0O0 cash
or $1000 caah and good used car for
equity. Address lock box 332, Eugene, Or.
PENINSULAR PARK bungalow, restricted.
4 rooms, bath, large attic, cement base
ment; sacrifice cash; trade Chicago resi
dence. 187 E. Buffalo.
$1200 NEW 4-room bungalow, J nice lots.
eiuu casn, 9-u tier muiiiu. iw. opajuina
bldg. Evening phone. Tabor 8349.
"BEAUTIFUL 7 and 8-roomed bungalow
homes, modern in every way; a sacrifice.
8e owner at 1207 E. Yamhill st.
FOR SALE Modern 8 -room bungalow with
furnace. iu ivon st.. near, ti. amn.
Richmond car.
f AND 7-room modem houses, walking dis
tance; oargams; terms, rnone .cast ni
owner.
CITY property, farm acreage for sale and
exchange. Aoranam. zeofe waanangton it.