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TITE 3I0RXTXG OKECOXIAX. FRIDAT, FEBHUART 15, 1918.
GET HIGHER WAGES
Port of Portland Commission
Authorizes Five Per
WAGE PARITY ESTABLISHED
3Trw cVrmle It la IJn With Ttial
Maiaialnrd by Corp of Eaflncr
tor Men la 5rr Ic of lulled
& la Irs CotcnusnU
Wiit nrraa) anofiUn neej all
rtdiat and lb fore at tbsj C- John
tfrysHKk. amounting to slightly mora
thaa l par ceou wsr authorised
terday bjr the Port cf Portland Com
alMM aad ar effective from Febru
ary I. 1 i h main tba near scale com
pares srltu that maintained r tba
Corps- of En(iDni foiled 'tales Armr.
a tba loTrnmnl dredges. all
MatiM ta tba diatrtct ara oa tba
Ilea en tba dredgea work atcht-hoar
shifts sad a rtila. thraa tt ara
employed, though at praen two of tba
eiredgee ae onlr doubla rraara. t'nder
Id baad of drvdea mantra at yeMer
oay's fatbariac of tba CommlMion, a
report was raad from Captain Johnson,
( tba dredge TuUlin. rerountinc an
acc-tdent tbat occurred tha night of
January 14. daring m freshet, whan the
saachtae waa wore Ins abova tba Haw-thorne-avenve
brldaa. and a loaded
gravel barge, a arraan ears and clam
hall dredge war rarrtad agaiuet tha
floating- ptpalioa. damaging tha pipe
line, pontoons and donsey mi.
aaMlaavrat la apaada.
Find tha amount of tfaraat and tha
IMamond i Navigation Company will
bar It. for bad It not bran tor tba
pipeline the bar-a would have bean
mashed against tha brldaa." aald Com
mlaaionar Ollailly. baad of the 1'lamond
. It waa the flrat Johnny-on-the-spot
nattlament of a claim tba Port haa bad.
A tha dredge loat only three boura
thereby, tt ta not eipected tbat a big
bill will be rendered.
la a report by Commissioners
CKell!y and Mpancer. of the committee
oa the traffic nirt-r of the L'pper Co
lumbia and Knake RlTara. It waa ahown
tbat a atari had Urea made on a large
map of the country by Harold A. Hand,
engineer la charge, from which smaller
nana of different localities will be
drawn as the survey progresses. The
Colombia Klver district will be sur
veyed from Portland to Priest Rapids
and the Snake River front tha Columbia
la a aummarr from Mr. Rand of the
work outlined It waa act forth tbat It
would Include tbe rivers proper, type
f tease-la beat aultad for service on
t bam. river terminals, crop and how
beat to more tbcm to the tarmlnala. and
each d-tail- It waa aald that Mr.
Ilanda would leave In a week or le days
ta tour the region In aa automobile to
conduct bia field work. il. A. Oilbert,
of Oil be ft dt Hall, civil enrlneera. baa
alao been employed to assist la tha
lithe Held Detilaeeat.
That the board of engineers on rleera
and harbors at Wsahlngtoo had decided
acalnat tbe rehabilitation of a dike at
llayden Island, aa It waa considered
more of a detriment than a benefit, waa
reported to the rommmlon by Colonel
Tina. Corpa of Knglneere. I". HL A. Aa
the rommieaton waa oa record aa not tn
favor of tbe dike being maintained, tbe
decision waa satisfactory.
In a rommuntiml loa from the treat
Oregon Umb-r Company It waa allied
that the rommlaalnai aso- I'a tnflum.-e
with the War fiepartment to have the
aleamer apeed limit oa tha Willamette
extended from the preaent tarmtnua at
l.lnnton to where the near harbor line
and farther down at re am.
I Nam 4 aa to the Russell. street aawer.
aattnc from tha Hummer of 191. when
a fill was made oyer It by a Port dredge,
fa aaaaaaed asslnet the Port In the sum
af 1113a ti. Tha total met of new work
I a era waa l41K. tha city mtin
the difference. In arflmon. the Fdlrl
pen r'uel Company filed a claim for
lllle; 4im.ii to the basement of It
labia teraa-e of tbe aaaar trouble.
Actloa waa deterred pending a confer
ence with official of the ilureaa of
Wee aw Villa Celdeeed.
Rarardlna fllta asked for bjr proper
te owners on the Kaet Jt'de. eottth of
Tamhlll atreel and eaat of Kaat Water
street. Superintendent pape reported
that the coat of splllwsy and aurh
work preliminary to fllltna would be
about !". and he held that the work
could bo done cheaper br other means
loan by aamar a dreds-e.
leereaaed avpenae lu the operation of
the launrb Marie, aa aha ta in service
at nlcbt in connection with the harbor
aard. will be met by the commission
aa part of Ita war obllaattona.
Pida were opened for supplying
m4ta. groceries, coffee and vearetabtee
t tha Port's veaaela and floatlua plant
for the Det three mom ha. In tnrntns:
over the proposals to Aenlstant Secre
tary Doyle lor award to Ihe lowest.
It waa eua-a-eated that It be ascertained
whether all flovernment food regula
tions war bains' adhered to la th
AXXARD MAKES f.OOD TIME
Aasiliary Datll at St- Itrleag Make
kaa Franrls- to Honolulu In nine
days and a half la the time the fire
masted auxiliary schooner 8. L Allard.
of tb Mt-Cormlck fleet, mad on her
frt troyag under charter to the
I'nlted States Shipping Ikiard. says
Captain Mitchell, her nuAltr, In a let
ter from Honolulu. The time Is classed
with that of th average steamer speed,
other than tha hit liners which ply
that route. Captain Mitchell wss for
merly on the speedy schooner Irene and
t well known here. He hss been on
the Allard since her completion at the
plant of th St. Helens Shipbuilding
II has been ascertained that a voy
age of nine days from the Columbia
Kiver to Honolulu credited to the aux
iliary schooner Astorta was a mistake,
th vessel arriving there having been a
tug of the same nam from San Pedro,
which was seat there to operate In the
Island trade. The auxiliary schooner
Astorta sailed from the river January
2 i and news of her arrival is expected
daily She Is bound for Yokohama via
MOOT RAINIER- TRIP tOXG
Iotorhlp Rear by Head Weather
oa Voyage) to San Franrlaoo.
Though th afonnt Rainier Is a motor
ship, the Impression her Is that ahe
virtually sailed from th Columbia to
th Ooldan Oat a. for ah arrived there
Tuesday, after baring been on the way
rc February 1. Captain Mlddleton
telegraphed friends bore yesterday of
It was J
In the opinion of Portland mariners
It must have been all of that, for
southerly weather bad been on all of
the time be waa at aea and he en
countered head winds that wbtpped
along; from le to 99 miles and probably
more at limes. Tbe Mount Italnler had
aufticirnt oil to keep bar enarinee turn
ing; over for about six days, no more of
the kind having- been available on tha
lower river, where she loaded. It Is
assumed tbat she was not only held
bark, but perhaps blown north and that
she wsa under canvss much of the time.
virtually beating bar way. Coasting
steamers bad their troubles beading
Into the blows and loaa of time has
been frequently reported so far this
SARAII DIIOX AC.US IX PORT
River Steamer So Worne for long
Bias In Meadow.
Free anca again from tha close
clinging soil of Prank Thome's meadow
on Lake hlver. after being fast for
sis weeks, the Shaver steamer Sarah
Dixon steamed Into the harbor at 4
o'clock Wednesday night, aa proudly
aa the day sbe waa first launched.
J. H. Johnston, an of the best
known deelgners and boatbullders In
the dutrict. and Captala "Jim" bhaver,
baad of tba fleet, were the recipients
of numerous congratulations In hav
ing floated the Dixon. And tha best
of It all Is tnat the vessel was ready
for service alao. not having sustained
any damage on tha beach.
It waa during the early afternoon
of January 1 that the aleamer. pro
ceeding up Lake niver In a dense fog.
brought up sgainat a barrier Just be
neath the surface, having gotten out
of the channel, as the adjacent coun
try was Inundated by freshet waters.
Kfforts were mad to float the Dixon
then, and the following day aeven
steamers hauled on the stranded stem
wheeler, but she held to tha ground.
Meanwhile the water fell rapidly, and
Captain Shaver decided to have Mr.
Johnston go over the ground, with
the reeult It waa determined to shift
ths steamer to ' a depression In tha
bank by means of house-moving gear,
then to relaunch her.
Tb plan waa carried out and tem
porary ways put In. rurlng the last
few weeks a large crew haa "stood
by" In the work of raising the steamer
from the ground so shs could be moved.
The men accompanied the vessel here,
nd a barge carrying all of the gem
iaa turned over to tba steame
Wauna. so It was discharged here res
With ths rush on tha river for spruce
and fir logs for tlovernment purposes
the loaa of the I'lxon for alx week
had proved a handicap, ao sba will rg'
Join tha fleet Immediately.
Oakland May Carry Sprnce.
Negotiations are reported under way
to load the schooner Oakland, now
Nehalem. where she wss towed a shor
time ago after having been floated
following a period of two year on th
beach, with a cargo of spruce. I ml
that la decided aha will not be moved
from thct. If a different cargo Is
ranged for It Is probable the vessel
will be lowed here. At that, she is
reported In condition for seo and the
principal reason for getting her Into
this port a for painting.
Shlpballdlne; tn-hool Meeting.
Shipping Board and public school
officials Interested In the establishment
of a school for ths Instruction of
wooden shipbuilders, cauvaaaed the
school buildings pn tha West bide yes
tcraay to deride on a location and a
meeting or th entire committee la to
be held tonight to make final arrange
ments. Th mov for assembling men
so they may be taught actual ship con
struction la of Interest to hundreds of
workmen and It la believed th classes
will b filled from th start.
Dlunt'a Reef ot Marked.
Information by telegraph yesterday
from ran Prancisco was that the
Hlunt's reef llghtvesseL Relief, waa off
station and would be returned as soon
ss practicable. As that is a most Im
portant aid to mariners moving up and
down the Coast. II was requested that
Portland tnlsrcsts notify aU masters
Work on Jetty lo Begin.
TOI.KIO. Or, Feb. li. (Special.)
Contractor A. L". C Ilerry la aaaembling
a part of his outfit at thla place for
work on tbe south Jetty of the Taqulna
liar. Tbe rock. will be taken from the
old Government quarry, between Toledo
and Klk City. Active work will begin
next week at the uuarry.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ArroRIA. Oe. Pen, 1 . (Special The
gaanliae echoooee Mireae eatled today for
Newport with saael cargo for Port land.
Tha eteara arhoaner Klavel la due from
California la load lumbar at the Hammond
Tha pi earn srhoooer Lattle Bennett Bailed
fne Melbourne alts a cargo of lumber from
bringing earfoee of fuel oil for A at or I a
sad I'ortland. tb tank .learner Atlaa and
bare Be arrived daring tbe alabt from Ceil
ferat. After discharging fuel all at Astoria and
Portland, tha tank ataamar Waebtenaw
aal)et fur California
Tna machinery baa been metalled and the
maete aepned In the new motor erbooner
K.eirn. that haa baen at the port deck dur.
ing the swat few dare, and the iia'l today
aaa eK'fted hack l tha McKarhern Tarda.
She will ta imuT ta ge Into commlssloa Is
a abort time.
SAX r"AXISX. Teh, IV tSneclal.v
James B. Smith reectred a diapat. h today
hem Themee Cra. ley. ahe to In New tr
leena n-ewiatlng for the aala af tha ateam
htpe Breakwater and P. A. K libera. Aa
tha dtapetra aald -prospects good." It la aur
mlaed tba deal will be put through before
Cmwley leave, for home The veaaela are
aow aa tha ran between Ihta poet sod Port
land. Mr. Crawley la expected ta return
here Sunday, whan full detail, regarding ths
twaia will probably be gives out.
The arho-ner Kny Some. Captain "ol
lasd. arrived taday from Papeete after hav
ing heavy Rortbeeet and north weet equal la
all the voyage la eoe of the eeveral
tha mliaeo topmast and tba main gaff were
carried away. In ether galea a number
of aalla ware loat. She brought XM tone of
copra and a Urge ahlpment of coroanuta.
The erhoonar City of Papatae. of tha
Alaska Codfish Company fleet, arrived to
day from I ng Island and Shutnagla Island.
Alaska, with a
f. -a n eodfl.h.
Movements of Vesel.
PORTLASn. Peb. Is
At!. a and barge No.
. A rrived Steamer
from tfaa Fraa
ASTORIA, r.b. 14. i Railed at 1 A. M.
nTduwo at 'a M. SWioooer Lome Ban-
sett, for Ma;bourne.
. . .- eoiwiarn eh 14. Passed at 11
VI steamer pleve.. from mi Pedro, for
Columbia rUar. '
av PEnRO. P. 14 Arrived Steamer
Klamath, tram Columbia Hlver.
PAX PEDRO, Feb. i.v ealled ieamer
Delay Putnam, for Columbia Kivar.
AX FRAXHWO, Feb. IX. Sailed at 7
p m et.-tn.r Rnae City, for Portland. Ar-
n'eed at P. M. tsmer Beaver, from
OAVtOTA. Pah. IX Sailed Steamer W.
r. Htrna. for Portland.
TACOMA. Pes. 14. Arrtead Motor
erhaoear Ha las tread, tram Aberdeen, for
(if ATTI F-. Pea, 14 Arrived Steamer r.
O rkoMeid. meterehlp City of Portland, from
.".a Kraatleea. Ballad dleaeaar UueeB. for
Aaa Franolacet Abearnka, for T stoma.
PAX r Xf180c, Pah. 14. Arrived.
rtteameea t'armel, frsa Urave Harbor l Cae
sar froea fwsperi Admiral tew.y. rrom e
atilw, sailed dlaaraaa Kvlcbak. far Aber
IZaad The Oragenlaa alasaioed ada
his arrival and mentioned that
DOGK TO BE READY
Purchase of Cranes for St.
Johns Terminal Authorized.
U. S. TRAFFIC IS EXPECTED
Comralesion Propoara to Have Trr-
mlnal In Shape for Basinets in
Sight -Perchaso of More Steel
for Elevator Is Ordered.
To facilitate th assembling of all
kinds of material on tha water front
for us when th St. Johns munlcips
terminal la ready, th latter part of
thla year, th' Commission of Public
bocks yesterday authorised the pur
chas of two additional locomotive
cranes, on of 10 to IS tons capacity
and th other of SO to SS tons.
Ther are Oovemmnt needs to be
met shortly, th assembling- and han
dling of timber among thenu and loco
motive cranes will be expected to as
sist. As tha cranes are on standard
railroad bases, they may be moved
easily from one part of the harbor to
another. U. B. Hegardt. chief engineer
of th Commission, who arranged for
the purchase of th cranes, was slso
authorised to have more steel fabri
cated for the Ht. Johns elevator and
buy ties for railroad connections.
With reference to space beneath the
west approach of the Broadway bridge.
which th Albers Bros. Milling Com
pany has sought and proposed to im
prove permenently. and. on failure to
obtain permission, brought up the ques
tion as to whether th city and lock
Commission exercised any jurisdiction
over the property, an opinion by City
Attorney LKoche waa read at yes
terday's meeting. In which he held
that th commission had full Jurisdic
tion. An ordinance was up to cancel
any rights Albera Bros, had In the
land, but after H. Citron, attorney for
the company, who wss present with
Henry Albers. presented their side
briefly. Commissioners Burgard and
Averill were Instructed to investigate
The commission approved a proposed
ordinance, forwarded from the City Kn-
eTlneers office, granting a revocable
permit to the Oregon at California
Kail road for tracks across East Flan
dt-ra street and other streets as far
south as Kaat Ash street. The ordl
Banc now goes before the Council.
Th American Can, Company applied
for permission to erect a small build
Ing for the stornge of Lacquer and
oil In barrels, but the rating bureau
r ported that such construction would
Increaso th Insurance rates on the
company a property. The commission
ruled thst a permit could be Issued
only if th building regulations of the
rating bureau were adhered to.
In a communication from an Eastern
banking-house tha commission was ad
vised that If an offer of additional
bonds was contemplated in excess of
:0.000 tha sanction of the Govern
ment should be obtained, as restrictions
wer being imposed so the sale of
liberty bonds would be protected.
uert c. Ball president of the Wil
lamette Iron Sc Steel Works, was be
fore th commission In connection with
th proposed use of th ferry slip at
in loot or rjeventeentn street. The
County Commissioners have been asked
to discontinue tha operation of the
ferry so th Willamette may have
slip for handling a third r!-0v-ton
steamer at ita dock. At present only
two steamers are being completed at
time, commissioners Buraard and
Averill wer Instructed to take up the
matter with th County Commissioners
and th City Council.
at A at aria Friday.
S:3 A. M .4 feet'10:l A.
M 0.2 font
:U7 P. I... .TH feet ID: 11 p.
CHURCH TO OBSERVE WEEK
Fat here and Sons Will Banquet at
First Methodist Tonight.
Th oHeerrgnc of Father and Ron
week at the First Methodist Church
will be marked thla evening by a ban
quet to the fathers and sons who are
affiliated with the church or who may
be Invited by father without son to
Arrangements have been mads to
have every member of the church bring
hi own son. If he has one, and If not
that he act as father for some other
son for the evenlnKV Many men are ar
ranging to act aa rather to more than
one son, and It Is predicted that there
wiil he a large attendance and an en
A programme of music and speeches
has been arranged Jut. The banquet
will begin promptly at f.20 o'clock.
A spec Is 1 table will be reserved for
fathers of enlisted men. and the
mothers of enlisted men will be the
guest of honor.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
f-FOa-WOIXrOTT Hrbrt H. Tm. 2T.
Amrin Uakr, arid Mar Wo. cot t. i,
tt frturtrih trru.
iiRlKi-lTH-iOODALL Elmer Gfinth, 2.
n. it., ana J-'aanl UoodaviL .itU.
m.l iixjART-i-HCif-K (rar si- BaumrirL
Su Kfavncm Apartments, and Elizabeth
3iicp i-i- Taviar atreec
MAY m-o iiiut.. uarry j. if art, ie-ai.
Ilia sc Claire, and Lillian O'Brien. lexaL
ruHH-f-HiLMf's rawiira r. cod .etrni.
Hntcl Lesnox. and Anna Phliitpft. ieca J0T2
tml T-n Ly-cigntn street ortn.
KIRKWOOD - UcALLliSTEK Edrar B.
Kirk wtMMl, Irfal. Ores nam. Or., and Anna-
bail M Aliltttur. ia!. Ort-ihain.
t.COKfih.tt-iiB i KJ v i nomas F. Grci,
lea.. V4 Ivast Sixth street, and Daisy Os-
w. Ural. T& vanrouver avenue.
HOACil-ELY J. E.mT Hoarh, lera!. Eu-
trene. Or., ana eiiia tiy, ie-fai, iiniterial
Y-sc-STff Marrlace Umt.
BrTLER-RATZEBlRG Edmund J. But
ler. &4. and Mrs. i.abl E. Kaueburff, 30.
batth of Portland.
PARKWtOKK Leo 8. Parks, Hi, and
Eula c ff. 21. both of Portland.
McbLlM-Hl De-ON Wilson 3d v Kim. 24. and
Alm. M. liuonon. 1. bulb of Portland.
KHl'MWAV-BVBK HQ x'harlea H. Shum
war. 2Zk and Inet, . Byberv. -t). both of
XoltnTKE-PMTTHRON Emanoel Nor
dka. ftl. and Mrs. Mas Elna Smiths n, le
aal. bo: h of laexlncton. t.r.
H ICK ElERKKHR Oeoraa A- Hfr-ks
legal, ami liaitia Wloderkehr. lesal. both
t? A NDB ERG-DAVIS HarTy Pandberc. 2
Atorta, Or., and Mrs. Anna lavis, 24.
Grand Island. Neb.
HlTT-IN-LE Edward Whltmore Hutt,
4. Vanrouver Han-arks, 'Wash., and Cora
In J la, 14. Olmpla. Wash.
PS WTTTK To Mr. and Mrs. Peter te
Wttta. 735 East Seventy-talfbtb street Norta,
Febmarr 4. a daughter.
jOXEr To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N.
Jone. A7 Eaat Seventy-. if th street, Feb
nit.ry A. a dauirhter.
PEPIV To Mr. and M re. Ralph Pepin.
614 Columbia boueTard, February 3, a ao.
EOtiLESTON To Mr. and Mra. William
Henry Eaaiaaton. 20 East IMnety-flrat street.
February a aun.
IaEE To Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Henry Lea.
fH Thorbura atra-at, February 10. a.
HE VISB T Mr, and Mra, Fay P. "eV1na
TVl Kearney street. February 5, a daughter
El-tet WORTH To Mr. and Mrs. W.lUara
lisworths 117? Leanibart atroat. February 11,
CARMET Ta Mr. and Mrs. Vl-bsel Car
ay. Ta North rup atxaet, Ftnry 0, a
CaUalOwTlUCaV--Ta Mr. asd Mrs. I U. Crab-
Tomibu all week. Mat. 6at.
Tba latest comedy hit.
-HIS MAJFHTV Bl'NKEK BEAN"
Eve . tic. iuc TSc Mats.. 25c. sue
icxt weck. starting Hun JUL,
TJI7TT Tr Broadway at Taylor.
1 sad A 1122.
i to it p. at.
OFFICIAL WAR FILMS
Frwaa Italian Gavrraaaat,
Aay beat, Aay Tinea,
Floor 50c, Balcony 25c
TICKET BALK OPEXS TOMORROW
Fleer aa, 1..V Pal. si -SO, t. 7 Set
Gal. 7 Sc. Soe.
CKCIL LB AX. alao CI.EO MAVFIELDt
"The Fropvllle Recruit": Levy a Acker-
land: HAKKV t.ILrOILt Rouble Pima:
1 ravel Weekly; aA.NTlj UAKBI KMJLA
tree. 41 OS Wasco street. February S. a ion.
HARRIS To -Mr. and -ara. Arthur W .
Harris. 1177 I von street. Juiuaxy 30. a
SHERMAN To Mr. and Mr. H. H. Sher
man. iw bbeldoo street. February 1. a
POP MA To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pop ma.
310 tilxty-aaventh atreet February 0. a
COBB To Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Cobb.
1217 Mall street, February 1. a daughter.
BARKER To Mr. and Mrs. Jsmes Bar
ker. 3.Vit lxty-iahth street, February 7. a
WHKN.V--To Mr. and Mrs. Van C. Wrenn.
Sf.o Kant Sixty-fourth street, February 7, a
McXEART To Mr. and Mrs. Jamea J.
Mc.Veary. 4O0 East Ninth street, a son.
AO! MA To .Mr. and Mm. Tataeyi Au
ma, 5S7 Overton street, February 8, a
TAX OFFICE KEPI BUSY
PORTlWlVD HASTENS. TO PAT
SHARE OF REVE.ME.
CoUeetor Miller Fereed t Inerease Hla
Feree t Take Care f Itawldlw
G rawing Work.
Of course, the returns more than
Justify tbe labor involved, but Milton
A. Miller, Collector of Internal Reve
nue, and hla corps of deputies ara pro
foundly convinced that collecting Ore
gon's Income tax cannot be classed as
Illustrative of the vast amount of
correspondence involved is the great
pile of letters, all individual and not
form, that awaits the postman when
the typewriters cease clacking at 4 in
th afternoon. Yesterday's outgoing:
mail numbered more than 500 missives.
The force at work has been increased
to 25, and all are continuously busy.
The casual callers of the day, citl
sens of 1'ortland who are required to
make Income tax returns, throng the
outer portals without cessation, and
the grist of one day s recelpta runs
from sums or s cents to sivuu.
Owing; to a shortage of blanks the
time for filing Income tax statements
has been extended from March 1 to
April 1. Corporation blanks have not
yet been received, and It is from these
that the heaviest receipts will be de
Payment of the income tax Is due on
June IS. but the Government's urgent
need of funds is presented as an argu
ment for Immediate rash payment.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Peb. 14. Maximum temtiar-
ature, 43 drgrees: minimum. 33 degrees.
Klver reading, 8 A. M.. s.7 feet; change In
last 24 hours. 0.5 foot fall. Total rainfall
(.1 P. M. to r P. il.). 0.52 Inch. Total rain
li since September 1. llflT. inrhee
irmal, 2.Mi Inches; exceaa. l.ug Inchea
Kunrlae. 7:15 A. M.; sunset. o:3i P. M. To.
I sunahlne, 4 hours 80 minutes: possible,
10 hours 20 minutes, slnonrlae. a:34 A. M. :
moonset. 10:28 P. M. Barometer (reduced
to aea level) 5 P. M.. 30.10 Incnua. Relative
numldltjr at noon. ,o per cent.
24i 3f 0. Oil 4W Clear
2!ll SaO.lOj 4 X Cloudr
32! 4K'0.0O 4 8 IPt. cloudy
-tj! 4 o.ool 4 NW Pt. cloudy
3" S2 0.04 20 SW Rain
2 42 0.OO 4 NW'Cloudy
3- 42 0. 0O.20 NW;Cloudy
3 4M).r.2j 0 SW Iciear
5St 72 0.0O! 8 s IPt. cloudy
12! 14,0. Oil! S NWjSnow
so an o.oo in NE Iciear
S2 ."i2 0.00 24'NW'Clear
4SI S2 0.IHI10 SW Clear
X2I eii'O.MI 4'W Pt. cloudy
30 44 O.ooi 4 X Pt. cloudy
2 24 0.32 34 X Snow
n SO 0. On: 4 SW Clear
34 44 0.OO2OSE Cloudy
34! 44 0.02j 4.S Pu cloudy
2Si 4M O.oo 10'X Pt. cloudy
441 72 O.oo 4 W Clear
2o I 0.01 SW rioudv
Srt 4H1O..12I 8S Pt. cloudy
34 44 0.34! 4 E I Pt. cloudy
4rt! S4 0.041 XE IPt. cloudy
4 6o.oo 32!SW iciear
341 31,0.01 111'xWiSnow
Dea Moines ...
Kaneae Cite . .
Loa Angeles ..
New Tork ....
North Head .
Sacramento . .
St. Loula .....
Salt Lake ....
Walla Walla ..
S0 60 0.00 4 'W Clear
4"! M 0.4012 XW Clear
42IU.001 4. SB
32' . .1. ...
K O.ooi 4 X
42 O.lMll 4 SE
S Ji 42 0.0X1 4 SW Clear
I4I-2S O.ool 4 X 'Clear
SO 36 0.14 6,S 'Snow
2S 52 O.oo 4 S Snow
.24' 4 0.O014 XW'Clear
tA. M. today; P.
M. report of preceding
snd vicinity Rain;
Oregon Fair: colde reast portion with
temperatures near xero In early morning;
light weateriy wlnda.
portion; light variable winds.
Washington Fair: continued cold east
EDWARD L. WELLS, Meteorologist.
Eugene Calls Pastor.
ETJGEN"E. Or., Feb. 14. (Special)
The vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal
Church in Eugene haa extended a call
to Rev. F. O. Jennings, of Coquille, to
accept the position aa rector. The
church haa been without a rector for
mors than a year.
OA NT AGE
XJ, MAT. DAILY 2:30
THE DANCING. DmXfS MERMAIDS
With Lottie Mayer.
Six Other 21s; Acta.
Tnre Performances Daily. Night Cur
tain at 7 and t.
Matinee Dally at S:30i Nghta at 7:S0.
This week tha big laughing show
NELSON, BANN &
la Comedy Skit, "The Flalak"
B. KELLY FORREST
The Tramp Comedian
Llewellyn & Stanley
"Odd Character Bite"
THOS. A. KUISOX
Public Auditorium Tonight
Prices 85c, 55c
Sherman, Clay & Co. Today
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
aD-viajr and Sunday.
One time lto
bao d tw tBaKatlTe time.......... 22c
mum d three coatiecative times 8c
bame ttd mix or nsve consecutive timre.. &hc
Itae above rmtee otiv to dvertitseinenta
tinder Hevr TtMlnjf' nod all otiicr rlygi.iiirn
Uonti, except tbe folluwlnn:
BituntionA ant4a JUtie.
hituatluna Wanted female.
Vor lint Koumit Private FamlHea,
Board and Uvouu frlvate I-ami lie.
lluutMskeepiot; KMmi frivate ramiliea.
liatea on the above ciactailcationx. vra 7
cent a line each invert iun.
beriona errun In ad vert f omenta will be
reel il led by reuublicntlfin without additional
charse, but aucta republication will not be
made where the errur does not materially
aiiect the value ot the advert-ieiuent.
Ihe Urecouian will accept ciaaaiiieu ad
vertiaetnentiw over tbe leleuhune. uruvided
the advert! ner is a siibacilber to either phone.
o price will be quoted over the phone,
but bill will be rendered the follow inn day.
The Oregon, an will not he responsible for
error in advertibcmentH taken over tele
phone. Whether subsequent advertisements
will be accepiea over me puone uepenaa
upon the promptness of payment uf tele
phone advertisements, "biluation Wanted"
and Fersonar' advertisements will not be
B-cepted ver the telephone. Orders for one
insertion only will be accepted for "rural
tare for bale." "Business Opportunities,"
-Ho- tnc-bouttes" and "Wanted to Bent.
AUCTION SALES TO DAT.
Ferd Anetlen Botxas, ltl -M st. FuriUtars.
earpsta etc. Sals at P. M.
At Wllsoa's A notion Hons, tt It i. IL
rnralture. ls-171 becond at.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 55,
A. P. AND A. JL Stated com-
munlcatlon this (Fridar) even
ing:, a o ciocK. wont in .
i"rre. Visitors welcome. Or
der W. if.
C. M. STEADMAX. Sec.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. NO. 86.
O. K. S. Regular meetlnff this
(Friday) .eveninr t o'clock.
lerfcs. Oiflctftl visit of the
worthy vrand matron. Pv order
W. M. SARAH B. GUER1N.
AIL SOC. C. E.. PORTLAND
ASSOCIATION Meeting; at Uni
versity Club. 8 P. il.. Feb 1.1.
Talk by F. L Fuller. Election of
president and other important
buainess. All members of every
grade invited. ir. iv n. i srK.
WEBFOOT CAMP NO 63. WOODMEN OF
THE WORLD, meets every Friday night at
W. O. W. Temple. 1-8 11th street. AU mem
bers welcome. Kum to Kamp Frldsy night,
H. L. BARBUR. Clerk.
L. S. DE YOUNG, Act. Consul Commander.
DANCE every Saturday night at tbe Mod
ern Woodmen Hall. Main 740.
EMBLEM Jewelry, bartons, charms. Bins,
New daalsna. Jaecsr Brosv, ISl-t 4Kb st
PRIEDXaANDER'S tar todae etnblema
lass plna and medals. WasbltaSTtoa st.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other ceme
MARTIN Sr. FORBES CO.. Florists. S54
Waahlngton. Main A 1L'6. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS.. Florists. 27 Morrison at.
Main or A isuo. fine riowers ana norai
deslirns. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL, CO.. 289 Waahlngton
t.. bet. 4th and .Mn. Main oio, A llol.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 721&. A 212L Selling
bldg.. otn snd Aiuer sts.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP, 245 Alder.
Flowers and designs. Phone Marshall bv-j.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office. Boom 1-13 Courthouse, ffth St,
Phone from 8 to 6. Main 878. Home Phone A
3523. Night call after office hours. Main 270.
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for small
animals. Home 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 loat or atrayed
stock aa we look after all Impounding.
There Is no more city pound. Just Oregon
Phone your want ads to Tha Ore go
al, n. Main 7070, A 6095.
. . iall
' ' 1 1
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29.
HEMSTITCHl.NU, sc A UKU PLEATING.
AU LAi'ibtir 6i'HL:& feA3Tr.lt. OV
KLl'V CO., So V 6lH Oi.. iJr.iUtc.-N'
OArC AND ctTAlla. STa. BKUADVVAY 1'WU.
K SIEPHA.N. hemaUtcblnK. acalloplnc c
coruton slue pleat, bullous cot area; mail
oraera. Pmock biic Broauway luiis.
CL.1UC; AoK.NCV. 2Vi mock Exchange. Main
A ouaincaa solicxtinje oraaiiMlioa lo
aecure aaveriiaiiifi lor aueciaj euiuona as
aaa as re.uisr numneri ol puo,iCiiUoo,
bookJels in tact anytnmg in lae pnuiioi;
line wnereio auvaniaiov can Da inseriau.
Kalabiianeu for lt yeAiL opraliDi; ex
clusively weal of lbs xwocky Mouniaina
A!8AVEBS AD ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY KICK, 142 Second
win, anvar mu piaiuium bougau
AO ATE CLTTmS AND MFU. JKHELEKS.
AUATKS cut and poliahed; jewelry and
aaica repairing. AiUlur s, 24a n vvaan. u
OHEGON BAKBEK SUPPLY CO. Wa buy
anoaeii all klnda barber auppllaa, 2oU 2U.
L. M. JONES, SL D. CANCER TREATED.
"' Morgan biUg. llaxaliall 6148.
THE IK 'IN-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Washington. Broadway 4t. A 1254.
WILLIAM, Estello and William. Jr., De
vany, che only scientific chiropoilists and
axen apeciallals in the city, fariors
lierlinger blug., south wewt corner 2d and
aiuer. x-nonea. Main 13UL A gauz.
CHIBOPODISTa AND ARCH SPECIALIST.
DR. W. E. LA MONTE. French sanitary
(palnleaal method. Wizard ay&tera of arch
tiiniig. u-s swetlsna blag, iimn am
SICK PEOPLE: Dr. McMahon. Portland!
100 chlropractia specialisu. Thst'a why I
never have to employ drugs, operationa.
vibrators, violet raytf. electricity, heal,
light and other Joss House atuul. 1 re
move the causes of disease quickly, surely
snd leas expensively. Daily convincing
the doubling Thomas. 81 adjustments alii,
seven So. Phone, call or write.
CRANE LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bids. Mar.
5822. loo letters multlgraphed. tl.iO.
NETH A CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collections, no charge; established l&Ov.
MANCHESTER DANCING ACADEMY, S5V4
Filth. Under new management. Latest
dances taugnt, 10 private le&aons .3. liuuts
10 A- M. to s:3aBroadway 23X7.
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL Dan
clng taught In all Its branches; private,
day or eve. classes. Tues. and Fri., 8-10,
asaembly after. e&6& Wash. Main 3205.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private inatruction; Classen
Hon., Thurs., 6 to 10. loa 2d st, bet.
Wash, and Stark. Main 2100.
FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT.
1 A. WALKER ELECTRICAL WORKS.
413 Burnaide. Broadway 5674.
KYE, BAR, OSK AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casaeday, apecialtat; glasses fitted.
7tH) E. Burnslde, cor. 20th. B 131)3. E. 4734.
FLCFFBCGS A.ND RAG RCGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels. Smyrna, Axminster rag
rugs, all slses; mall orders prompt; booklet-
carpet cleaning, refitting, etc.
9x12 ruics rleaned and steamed $1.00
.V K.STEKN ILL- Kl -i CO.,
54-5G Union Ave. N. East Bit 18, B 1475.
AUTO AND Bl'UGV TOPS.
DUBRU1LL.E BUGGY TOP CO., th and Oak
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldg.
UUIn&LLdhaX bll. Ill Sherlock bldg.
WADHAMS & CO., 6-75 Front St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO., 63-55 Front st.
HIDES. WOOL, CA8CARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 1K1 Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davia Bts.
LOCKWOOD In this citr. February 11.
Ern-at Lockwood, ago ot jeara. om-e
of funeral later. Arrangements In care
of Sillier ft Tracey.
LYNCH February 14, at 8P5 East Twentletn
Ftreet North, airs. Kamenne l. i,yncji. ke
63 years, beloved mother of John L. Lynch.
Mrs. Clara Place. Mrs. May A. Hoth, Mrs.
Katherlne L. Kennedy. James H. Lm-n.
Mrs. Jennie Porth and Mrs. Lena Batty.
mi. tw nt .ir.hn favanaueh. of Mon
tana, and Mrs. Winifred King. The re
mains will be at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Jennie Porth. 75 Vancou
- after 1 P. M. today (Friday!
Th. funeral will leave the residence, 795
,r.n.n,., ,vnn. Saturday. February 16,
at 10:30 A. M.. thence to St. Andrew's
Church. East Ninth and Alberta streets,
, ..-i,.Aa u.111 Km held at 11 o'clock.
Frienrfa are Invited. Interment at Mt.
BECKET lu Kansas City. Kansas. February
S. Ralph W. Becket. husband of Mrs. P..
Tt- H.L.t father of Harold. Murl and
William Becket. son of Mr. snd Mrs 3.
n- t. . i l,v hpnlh,r of Mrs.
Theodora Anderson, Miss Mary Becket of
hla r.i,i" u, i,r ana I nariRS. ol nc!-
ner. and John Becket, U. S. Marines. The
funeral services will be held at the con
. ,-v. nf V K Dunning. Inc.
nth and Alder sts.. at 2:30 P. M.
tomorrow (Friday). Feb. 15. Friends In
vited. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
dvtpt Tn VanuLH Cltv. February ,
HulDh W. Becket. husband of Mrs. R. W.
Tj.l,, f.th.r nt Harnld. Murl and Will
i,m itM-lct son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
n.ut of thla rltv: brother of Mrs. Theo
dore Anderson. Miss Mary Becket. of this
city- Walter and Charles, of Heppner, and
John Becket, U. S. Marines. The funeral
srvieea will be held at the conservatory
,h.n,l nf V R Dunnlntr. Inc.. East Sixth
and Alder streets, at 2 o'clock tomorrow
(Saturday). February 16. Friends Invited.
Interment Rose City Cemetery.
8PICER At the family residence. B311 Thlr,
rvi.hth avenue Southeast. February 13,
Sarah A. Splcer. beloved wife of W. E.
Splcer. aged 69 years 6 months 2Z days,
mother of Mrs. Llda B. McKlprlck. of this
city; sister of Mrs. Emma Boyce. of Eagle
Creek. Or. Funeral services will be held
at Anabel Presbyterian Church this (Fri
day) afternoon at z o cioca. r i icuu, in
vited. Interment in Lone , Fir Cemetery.
Arrangements in care of F. S. Dunning,
CARPENTER At the home of her daugh
ter, 394 Jackson street, February 12. Mrs.
Elizabeth Carpenter, aged 67 yeara, moth
er of Mrs. E. T. Mische. of this city;
Walter D. Carpenter, of Pittsburg, and
Laura B. Carpenter, of New York City.
The funeral services will be held at the
conservatory of F. . Dunning. Inc.. East
Sixth snd East Alder, at 10:30 A. M.. to
day (Friday). February 15. Friends invit
ed. Interment Mount Scott Park Cem-
CARPENTER At the home or her aaugn-
ter, 3S4 jacKson street, reu. i. aim.
Elizabeth Carpenter, aged 67 years, mother
of Mrs. E. T. Mische. of this city: Walter
D. Carpenter, of Pittsburg, and Laura B.
Carpenter, of New York City. The fu
neral services will be held at the conserva
tory chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc., East
Sixth and East Alder, at 10:30 A. M. to
morrow (Friday). Feb. 15. Friends invited.
Interment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
RAE The funeral services of the late
George f!. Rae will be at the Scottish
Rite Cathedral. Morrison and Lownsdale
streets, at 1:30 P. M. tomorrow (Satur
dav). February 17. Friends Invited. In
terment Rivervlew Cemetery. Remains are
at Holman'l funeral parlors and will lie
In state at the Scottish Rite Cathedral
on Saturday from 12 o'clock until time
BECKET The funeral of Ralph W. Becket
has been postponed and will be held to
day (Saturday) at 2 o'clock.
at A I7SO I-KIT IS-
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Taylor's Ferry Road, End Rlvervtew
The only civilized method of burial
Snow-white, always dry. sanitary tombs.
Permanent title and endowment; 250 up.
6SS Plttock Block. Phone Broadway 83L
AU kind of Flower, Beddm and
Vegetable Plains. Japanese goods
and Plants. Special sate, Dareaiiui.
193 4th at., beu Vnmniu and Tay
.or. Moose Temple building.
iiUTT KL cow and liorse tuanure.
JUNK AND HAUDWAKE.
The Oregon Junk Co., 274 Front St.
Main 5236. We buy all kinds junk, metals,
pay highest prices. Sea ua pelore you aell.
PARKER School of Popular ituaic.
to ao ieaaona. 401 -J jailers bldg.
OKEGO.N Conservatory (School) ot iiuaiu.
3454 Washington su, at Broadway, city.
tillL. THIELHUKN. violin teacher, pupil
rievclk. 07 FUedner bldg. Bdwy. 162U.
V'loiXa'lST will give Instruction to begin
ners, lessons 1oC. Woodlawn 28 J 1.
PIANO or vocal Instructions, special rates.
10 lessons 6. AM 33i. Oregonlaa. .
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORI.?
A SAVING trom 30 to 50 per cent.
Promptly fitted vla&se as low
l.50. 400O satisfied customers.
.Satisfaction guaranteed. Cnas. W. Uood-
lii an, o p l o lacu ia.. -up u"', , --
R. G. WRlliHT 22 years' experience. U. S.
and foreign patents, titll Ueaum bldg.
DO. K. A. FHlLLii-S, MU Broadway bldg.
KbeumatiBin. lemaia Qisoruora. sain trou
b.ea. stomach. liver, kianeya, Ooweia,
tnroat; goitre, sca.p, high Dlooa preiiur.
Dti. FLUKA A. BHUWS, goitre and diseases
of women. 0ll K. Hurnaiae. cor, iuth st.
FLUilBINO SU-fl'LlES at whoieiala prices.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. K. Ganteubein. A1S1.
Printing ana unoiypiug. mwij -,
corner stark. Alain or A 14
THE IVY PRESS.
3S2 Stark St. Broaaway 408.
rnlNISHU 1st and Oak St.. Main Ioa A llttS.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
IARL R. JONES, 404 Wilcox bldg.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established l0:l.
FlutI rugs anoras iui. w.y..
East 8lh and Taylor. t.at 3oS0. B
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Houseuom
goo'ls speciaiista; iuiae,c,
ping and moving; horse and auto vans,
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGES CO.,
2d and Pine sta. Broadway olltf, A 1W.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Glisan .t..
corner ijtn. icicpiiuim j " j .-w-
A llttt. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
iott-eat insurance ratea in wic v.-.
CUT treight rates to all points on household
snoda. lannins ,aicuu.c w
Co.. !Hn and Hoyt.
Broad a ay 703.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSli.
Ofrice lou .Maaison. utiieiiti " -and
forwarding ajepts. Phone Main intfl.
" PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE 4 TRANSFER CO..
105 Park at. Main 51115. A 10.il.
NATIONAL, FUEL, CO. Ka.t 2041. B. M ini
Oregon lis.; slabwood. j.7j, delivered.
GREENANd"dRY SLABWOOD, blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co. East "2. B
FAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN Sc CO.. 2d and Taylor.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-btt Front St.
PLl'MBING AND STEAM FITTING.
M. L. KLINE, 84-S(i Front st.
PRODC'.'E COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDI.NG & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th snd Northrop.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
MILLER Wall Paper at Pt. Co.. 172 1st St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d at.
Edward Holman. Pres. W. J. Holman, Sec.
J. E. Werlein. Trees.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
. UNDERTAKING CO.
THIRD ST., CORN KR OF SALMON.
A Modern, Spacious Family
Room With Private Entrance.
Phones Main 507. A loll.
Perfect Funeral Service for Lese.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent funeral directors.
Wash. St., bet. 20th & 21st, West Side
Main 2691. Lady Assistant. A 78S5.
J. P. FIN LEY SON,
Progressive Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendauta,
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main 9. A 1509.
East &4. Lady Assistant. C 3165.
WILSON it ROSS,
Funeral Directors. Inc.
Multnomah at Seventh street.
"c"lls5. WILSON ft WILSON. Wdln. 4840.
PIEDMONT UNDERTAKING CO.,
KUlingsworth and Kerby sts.
ERICSON-Residence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison sis. Main 6133, A 223o.
DONNING & McENTEE, funeral direct,
ors. Broadway and Pine street. Phone
Broadway 430, A 4558. Lady attendant.
' v c tirwlSG.
THS GOLDEN RULE UNDERTAKERS,
in 1,'o.t Aider street. East 02, B
BREEZE & SN00K s?58ltg
MR. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service 1973 E. Gllsan. Tabor 4313.
" p. l. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 781, B 13S8.
AO r T j V r ff A92 Williams ava.
. It. AEiLiLiCjIa jJ East 1088. C 1U8S
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4132. A 2321. Lady assistant.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-266 4th
r.:.., u 1 1 Dhili..
Neu & Sona for memorials.
BlAeSinC' G&aniTE CO.
THIRD S.T MAOISOllJ 3TREE
With 40,000 to 60,000 sq. ft.;
must have trackage. Give loca
tion and price, also details as to
floor loads. AP 417, Oregonian.
ON FARM AND RESIDENCE!
PBOHLU1V NO COMMISSION.
701 COBBETT BLDG.. PORTLAND, OR.
ON BUSINESS. AND nESIDBNCB
OBERTSON at EWIRO, I
aoT-el SerUwsstani stsusk illda