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T1TE 3I0IIXTXG OREGOXIAy. WEDNESDAY. FET5RTTART 2?, 1018.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Oa EGO MAX TELEr HONKS.
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BAKER (Broadway ar Slsih. Mrai Al
ar sad Xorr1oo Alcaaar Stock Com
tur la Vbaallac Cheaters. This after.
aaa at i.li aaa leaisat at li c.c a.
FA.VTAOKS (Vraadwar at Atdert V -Ui
Tare a&owa daily. 2 .0, I aa4 t OA.
JHPFDmOM (Broada-ar at TarohllK
Vao4eure and Bovine plctvroa. 3 to ft;
U w II r. X. SaturUaja. Hundaja. aoU
aaje. coatlaaoua, l.li la 11 f. M.
ITKAND (Waahlnatoa ati-aat. batwaaa rark
and Waat fark VeedeTUle and easTias
LTRIC troorth a ad Stark Musical ram
tfailjr. afteraova and albU
ICC RIXK (T"n!T-flr-rt aad kfaaall
Aftaraaana aad alahta.
Jmr rixtn roil PerxstDAKT. A rer
diet for tha defendant comptnr wag
found br a Jury In the I'nited State
Court yesterday In tha suit of Georg-e
W. Cralc administrator of tha estate
of Byron Cralc against the G A.
Smith Lumber at Manufacturing; Com
pa nr. Tha ault arose from the death
of Byron Cralr. who lost hta life In a
flra which destroyed one of tha defend
ant company's bunkhouaea In which
Craig- was lodtrlnc. In a former trial
tha Jury waa unabla to acres upon i
Junr Fail to Aoreb. After dellb
erallns; for several hour, the Jury In
Circuit Judge Utapleton'a court yester
day reported Ita Inability to reach an
agreement. In the case against Louts
Korak. charred with threatening; to
kill Frank Goutermont. a neighbor at
Lents. Tha Jury, waa then discharged
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
on Sale at
Business Off'.ce. Orefonlan.
I-isaarT Loaw to Bb tnacrssao.
"What Ore on Paces In tha Third
Libarty Lean Drive" will be the subject
ef addresses to be delivered before tha
Portland Ad Club today at noon In tha
Jienaon Hotel by A U Mills, president
of the First National Bank, and Edgar
K. Piper. editor of Tha Oregon Ian. Both
are members of tha executive com
mlttee for Oreicon of tha third liberty
loan. Major Ian Hay Belth. better
known aa "Jan Hay. who waa to have
been the guest of tha club, will not ar
rive In tha city until t o'clock accord
Ins; to a message received by the club
after tha original announcement cf Its
Cuanoa Ft Leo Auiht Mmiiu or
Carw. Violation of the Reed liquor
amendment Is charred In a complaint
filed In the Federal Court yesterday
against Nils Carl Jensen, steward; Paul
"Winters, waiter, and Aael tkoglund,
fireman, of tha ateam achoonar Johan
Poulaea. Tha accused men were ar
. reeled with other members of tha crew
ef tha Johan Poulsen last week follow
ing a raid on tha craft at Astoria by
aff leers when 1090 quarts of whisky.
being Illegally brought Into tha slat
from California, was seised and con
.seated, by tha Government.
Jrntumjtrtw BrcaxiT Ok Job.
M. O. Buckley, general superintenden
of tha O.-W. R. at N. Co.. who has been
a sick leave for the last seven months,
returned to bis dutlea at headquarters
tha present week, having regained his
health. Iurlns; tha period of recupera
tion Mr. Buckley spent several months
in the East, but for soma tlma past has
been at Ma bore In this city. A. w
Parley, who has been . acting genera
superintendent, returns to his post In
the mechanical department, where be
la la charge of fuel matters.
Gabcbk Tbacts TaJCbx. Got your war
garden spot picked out yet? If not yon
had better hurry, for available tracts
are going faac City Auditor Funk.
who la handling the task of bringing
Jotowners and amateur gardeners to
gether, says there Is a heavy demand
for lota. Ha says nearly every vacant
lot that has ben listed with him has
been taken. More lot owners are urged
to give their names and addresses In
order that their property may be cultl
ZrwoaT Lltsvi JUtLT rr. A
quarterly rally of Portland District
Epwortb League will be held In Cen
tenary Methodist Episcopal Church
Friday right, beginning at :3 o'clock
when a light dinner will bo served. An
Invitation has been extended to aU
tpworthlans to be present and to go
direct from their work to the church
If possible. Dr. T. W. Lane, pastor of
Centenary, will ba toastmaater. Later,
I'r. Alexander MacLean. of the Sell.
wood Church. wiU talk oa Individual
P-ortiaso Eats Tbs Homes Vsestlv
Portland a appetite for horaa meat
.111 continues. Reports of City Meat
Inspector Chase show that an average
of ten horsea a week are beng sold at
tna little meat market on First street.
Tha horsea are Imported from Rastern
Oregon and ara made op Into all klnda
of fancy chops, steaks, boils, stews.
roasts and meat by products such aa
aasage, bologna, etc Tha average of
tan horses a week has baea maintained
(or several months.
Todat Last Pat to Gsrr Car. To
day a the last upon which German
enemy aliens may obtain registration
cards at police headquarters, according
to tha regulationa of the Federal Gov
ernment- Captain Harms. In charge
tor the Bureau of Police, last night an.
rouncad that tharo ara mors than 10
who hava sot aa yet called for their
FoaTT-Xurg-CBieT Sals la Today Oit.t.
A aurprlsa clothing aala every
garment In tha lot and soma groups of
several garments at cents each. This
Is the attraction at the Red Cross
fcuparflulty "hop today. This -cent
saia will ba for today only aad will ba
great opportunity for all who ars
Estats VaLrcs at I $9.90. An sstate
valued at . waa left by tha late
Margaret E. Humaaon. according to the
appraisement made yesterday In the
petition of tha husband and eon. E. F.
and Orlando Humaaon. to be named
administrators of tha aetata. The estate
consists chiefly of stocks and bonds.
SV-9HKS or Fouctmbm Coatrrrsv
' x ty-lhree pollremeo competed yester
day In a municipal Civil Service ex
amination for police sergeants. The
examination took 11 men off tha day
relief. The test was. open to all police
man who had baea la the asrvlco for
threo yeare or longer.
"Tfoovsajxja vox HbaltbT Is Tone
- -Hooverlxlng for Health." a talk on
food substitutes, by Dr. Virgil Mae
Mtekla. wlU bo the next lecture of the
Wednesday evening series, being held
In room E of tha Public Library by tha
Portland Health League.
LTXS) A. Kixo) Axxmtxd. Lyle A.
Xing, wanted at Friday Harbor, Wash.,
for non-support, was arrested yester
day by Deputy Sheriff Chrlstof frrsoo
and la held for the Washington authori
ties. Lbctc, "Humanity Approaching
Immortality." Natural Science rooms,
atl Morgaa bldg, t o'clock tonight.
Johllc welcome. Adv.
rPERVItOR OF dCnOOL
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SCOUT FUND 613,604
Boys Arouse Great Enthusi
asm Among Business Men.
WORK MOST IMPORTANT
Hembrrs of Organization Trained
Cndrr Leadership of Right
Thinking, Clean, Wholesome
Men Giving Is Privilege.
RETt Rf Or TEAMS AT YES
S. W. Ottenhelmer I 487.00
K. V. Lively
' Joseph H. Dray
George O. Bo wen.. I,...
C. A. Bell
H. I. Angell
M. R. CummJngs. ......
Workers' total for day. 9 S.114.50
Flying squadron 4,000.00
Grand total to date I11.604.2S
AND HEAD NOISES I
If roe have Catarrhal Deafness
or head noises go to your drug-
gist aad get 1 ounce of Parmlnt "
(double strength), and add to It J
but water and Just a little sugar s
as directed In each package. Take
1 tableepoaaful four times a day.
This will eftea bring quick re-
lief from tha distressing head
noise. Clogged nostrils should'
open, breathing become easy and
the mucus stop dropping Into the
.throat. It la easy to prepare,
costs little aad Is pleaaant to
take. Any one who has Catarrhal ?
Deaf a aaa or bead noiaee should i
give this prescription a trial.
Sepervlaer E. Caetn.
J. E. Cooler, supervisor ef
Portland's school war gardens,
took off his hat yesterday to his
new job and put In a full day
getting In touch with the war
garden situation. The first big
number on bis programme Is the
rally st the Auditorium oa Sun
day, March a.
School principals, senior teach
ers, parent-teacher circle presi
dents and committees from va
rious organisations will be pres
ent. R. K. Steele, principal of
Richmond School, will preside,
and the speakers will be Mayor
liaker, for the war emergency
gardetn committee; D. A. Groat,
for the School Board, and D. O.
Center, representing tha Oregon
Agricultural College. The meet
ing will be called at 10:10 A. M. ,
and will continue till noon. At Ita
close a vegetarian luncheon, ar
ranged by Miss Edna Oroves,
bead of the domestic sclsnce de
partment of Portland schools, and
her assistants, will ba served in
the Lincoln High School cafete
ria. Reservations for the lunch
eon should be made on Thursday
afternoon by calling Marshall
.060. The charge of 15 cents will
be collected at the cafeteria.
from further action. It was not stated
whether or not Korak would be tried
ODDrxusvi TO Giva Ektbrtadtxekt.
Star Lodge, No. lit. Oddfellows, will
present a programme and free enter
tainment at (:1S o'clock Thursday
evening at Baker Hall, Alblna and
Killingsworth avenues. As a feature
there will be Oregon historical views
shown by George H. Hlmes. of the
Oregon Historical Society. Professional
talent will furnish amusing and In
terrstlng entertainment. A service
flag will be presented. The publio Is
RESOLUTIONS LAUD DEAD
Memorial Adopted In Honor of Two
Tha following resolution la memory
of two members of the lCd Infantry,
Third Oregon, who died with the col
ors, waa adopted Isat night by the
Third Oregon auxiliary:
Wnarea. two members ef Cempaay E. In
the !-! United States Infantry, have lost
their Uvea while with toe colors, w altar
Ne!oa having died of pneumonia aad
EuK-ne Law too being lost la the sinking of
Whereas, these re yeneg mea enlisted at
the eutareak of the war. volunteering to
sive their era iivee If need ba to the end
mat their country should play tha uiaafui
part la the (reel world crUie, t
Whereas, they have died for thalr country
and tor tha erest cause for which tbeir
country la flrhtlng aa truly as If thry had
fallen la - chun sa a Cermaa battery.
lflr.for. be It I
Keeolvad. That Waltar Kelsoa and En sane
Lewtoa have played the berate part; that we
commend the spirit with which they aprans
la tha so lore and did their duty aa tbey
It; that Company C and the 16-d In-
ntry aave beaa honored by their preaenre
In the renae: that we extend our sympathy
to the families ef these heroes and that a
ropy ef these resolutions be sent to each ef
tfceee bereaved fanalllee.
. alKS. WALLACE MK A MA.TT,
AlKt. HARRY U MOHKLAND,
Committee en Resolutions,
SAVING COURSES OFFERED
Food Conservation Lectnres
As a part of the housewives' cam
paign which Is being conducted In
ortland under the auaplces of the
Pood Administration, there are to be
three special courses In food conserve-
ion, which will be given on Monday.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at
the Girls' Polytechnic School on Four
teenth and Morrison streets, from I
until 1:10 o'clock each afternoon.
On Monday the subject will deal with
the use of substltutea for wheat flour
In the making of breads and pastries;
n Tuesday a lesson In baking will be
given, and on Thursday the cooking of
meats and vegetables will be taken up.
These courses are particularly for
housewives and all women who are
Interested are urged to attend the
When you are getting things to
gether for the next bos to your soldier
boy. go down to Hoovers retail store.
45 Third street, and get a victory cake.
or1 a dosen doughnuts, to send with the
other things, and ses If he Isn't tickled
o death with It. Ask your grocer for
Hoover's Victory products, or phone
pedal orders to the bakery. Sellwood
614. a day or two ahead, and they will
be delivered to your grocer for you.
CARD OF THA5KS.
XV a wtah to thank our many friends
for their sympathy and klndnesa In our
recent bereavement In the death of our
larllng little Margaret and for the
beautiful floral tributes. We especially
wish to thank the ladles of the Oreiton
Field Artillery Auxiliary to Batteries
A and K
AM) MRS. CHARLES
Adr. MH. AM) iUU. J. L JOHNSON.
Boy boouLa. Boy Scouts.
V. a. A.
The good, substantial and dignified
rafters of the Hotel Portland vibrated
yesterday with the rousing cheers of
the Boy Scouts, who were the guests
of the committee In charge of the four
days drive that Is being waged for
the 130,000 necesshry to carry on and
extend the wore: of the Boy Scouts in
The boys put the needed "pep" Into
the. campaign and awakened tremen
dous enthusiasm In the business men
assembled to discuss the campaign and
report progress during ths lunch hour.
The pages of years were turned back
and the men were boys ones more.
They laughed heartily and with all the
care-rree Joy of youth when, after the
more serious work, the boys, directed
by the scoutmaster, James G. Brock
way, gave an exhibition of some of
their sports and studies. First there
was a horse-and-rlder contest. It waa
the liveliest, cleanest game imaginable.
Chris Bell and William C. Alvord.
two members of the flying squadron,
became eo greatly Interested that, had
they found challengers, they would
hava gone Into the contest.
Then came the signaling participated
In by Orvllle Boyle, Kirk Dunbar. Bob
Hawkins, John Boyd. Bill Turner and
Neilaon Page. "First boy who gets
the message, call it out," announced C.
C. Colt, general chairman of the drive.
Like a flash came the Interpretation:
"Will the spruce men help?" And the
spruce men, who were dining In the
other part of the grill, flashed back
the answer: "Sure we will."
There are two days more of the
campaign today and tomorrow. So
far 113,604.25 Is reported. Over half o
the goal sum l to be raised In thes
two days. Mr. Colt said at yesterday'
meeting: We will clean this thing up.
CaptaiTis, get all your teams working.
Everyone who knows what good Is to
be done for the boys of Portland will
respond. This Is one of the most Jm
portent works In the country. These
boys are being trained under the leader
ship of right-thinking, clean, whole
some men. It is not only the duty of
everyone who can give to do some
thing, but It Is a privilege."
Short talks of encouragement were
given by Charles F. Berg and Horace
Mecklem, managers of the drive. The
Boy Scouts sang "The Star-Span sled
Banner and pledged allegiance to the
flag, and aa the reports were being
given they applauded each man with
a merry rat-a-tat on tha drums.
The flying squadron turned In 14000
yesterday and tha workera 13124. SO.
Previously reported there was 16479.75,
making the total for two days 113,
Today the meeting of the captains
and workers will be at noon In parlors
O and H, and a luncheon will follow.
flee. This unit is proceeding to France
Information has also been received
that a unit composed entirely of Aus
tralian and New Zealand subjects Is
shortly to be raised In the United
States, and men desirous of joining this
unit are requested to register at the
local recruiting office as early
The following men from Oregon were
dispatched to the . British and Canadian
armies during last week:
C. a. Laugh ton, M. Kane, Frank
Tighe, R. Burrell, H. G. B. Pennington,
J. V. Rogers, J. Jensen, D. Doherty, jr.
M. O'Meara. A. E. Fox, 6. C. Ward, F.
M. Danlela, B. Richardson, G. Hopper.
Portland; James Eastwood, Arthur
Plant. Salem; F. B. Wlllson. Blodgett;
P. E. Brown, Sherwood; J. R. Collins
Wheeler; W. L. Cummins, Pendleton;
D. Newisham. Forest Grove; A. Ander
son, Scappoose; Donald Campbell, The
Dalles, and J. Judge, Astoria.
COFFIN WITHOUT FUNDS
USUAL AX.Xt'AX ALLOWANCE
OMITTED FROM BUDGET.
Rearrangement of Affairs Relating
to Pnblle Service Cowtmlaaloa
Is Under Coaalderatloa.
A general rearrangement of affairs
relating to the Public Safety Commis
sion, of which H. P. Coffin is chair
man. Is probable, although members of
the City Council have . not stated
definitely what tbey propose to do
regarding It The organization is un
official, having first been appointed
by 11. R. Albee when he waa Mayor.
When Mayor Baker took charge, be
renamed the members.
Chairman Coffin has offices at police
headquarters, but is not paid by the
city. A stenographer of the Bureau
of Police In furnished to his office. He
has asked the Council to include in this
year's budget for his work 1500 for
expenses of operation. This formerly
was carried in the Bureau of Fire
budget, but Commissioner Bigelow, In
charge of that work, thought it should
be In the police budget. Subsequently,
It was left out entirely.
Commissioner Barbur yesterday an
nounced his Intention of investigating
the Safety Commission's work, having
n view the object of introducing an
to be reported to the Chief of Police.
Mr. Barbur also said he believes all
accidents, of whatsoever nature, should
be reported direct to the chief and by
him forwarded to the Council, so that
a publio record may be made of each
SURE WE HAVE THE3I.
Spring; Styles, too; in Brook
and Bearer makes at $3.00.
Felts they are, with raw and
bhund rims and plain and
pleated bands. Light and
medium weights, and we are
sure your particular shade
of color is among; them. Re
fresh your head with one of
these Spring top-pieces to
day. A few CLOTH HATS at
the SPECIAL ' $2.45. Nor
mally they command $3.00.
Several shades to select from.
Items charged today billed
April 1. m
The Kuppenheimer House In Portland.
MORRISON AT FOURTH.
Gus Kuhn. Pres. S. & H. Stamps Given.
MEAT SUPPLY IS SHORT
ECONOKT MUST BR PRACTICED,
SATS MISS JOIIXSOX.
O. A. C. Leefrer Telle noaeewives ef
Comparative Valors of Food
and Gtvee Reelpes.
Tne werld'e available supply of meat
Is not sufficient to meet the needs of
the United States and our allies, unless
we practice economy," said Miss Grace
Johnson, of the Oregon Agricultural
College. Monday night at the First
Presbyterian Church when she spoke on
"The Conservation of Meat." This was
the last of a series of Monday night
meetings which have been held for the
50 housewives of the city who have
been speaking at meetings In their in
"The present dally consumption of
beef In America In I t ounces per cap
ita." said Miss Johnson. "It would be
well to reduce this total consumption
ne ounce per day and If possible an
additional ounce ehould be replaced by
meat substitutes. This would not only
conserve meat, but It would Improve the
diet without lowering the nutritive
Mlse Johnson said that the complete
or efficient proteins Included beef, veal,
mutton, lamb, pork, poultry, game, fish,
Cheese, milk and eggs.
"The inefficient proteins are dried
beans of all kinds, peanuts, dried peas,
lentils, nuts, corn, wheat, oats, barley,
rye. buckwheat, and gelatine," she said.
"These last need supplementing with
the ones found In the first list.
At the conclusion of her remarks
Miss Johnson gave some recipes for the
conservation of meats which will be
published later, and which will be dis
tributed at the various meetings which
are to be held during the week.
BRITISH SUBJECTS ENLIST
Recruiting Office Handles Store Men
Vow Than Previously.
Officers at tha British and Canadian
recruiting office. Third and Oak streets.
Stated today that British and Canadian
recruiting offices throughout the
United . States are sending forward
more men at present than at any other
time since the' recruiting of British
subjects commenced In the United
States. This Is due undoubtedly to the
Impending draft now before Congress
and men are availing themselves of
the opportunity of coming forward vol
untarily and choosing their branch of
the service before It Is too late.
A special call for all classes of rail
road men for a new Canadian railroad
construction unit waa sent out a few
days ago. and already a "number of
men have enlisted In this branch of
the service through the Portland of-
LOVE AFFAIR IS TANGLED
Swain Led to Police Court Twice in
Three Months for Warning.
A sort of "on again, off again" love
affair is that between Mrs. Angelino
Carlo and Sam Garavetta, which has
twice been staged In part before Muni'
cipal Judge Rossman.
Three months ago In order to avoid
the petulant and persistent attentions
of the love-lorn Garavotta, Mrs. Carlo
led him Into police headquarters and
had him taken before the judge for a
Yesterday - morning he was back
again, but this time Judge Rossman
said he thought Garavetta did not take
the court seriously enough and re
marked that "It Is about time we gave
him something- to make him feel that
we mean business."
Therefore, the Judge sentenced him
to serve 00 days in jail, but suspended
same during good behavior.
Mrs, Carlo, who has been married
twice already, was said by Garavetta
to have decided, after the first en
counter In court, that she would accept
Garavetta's heart and money; she took
the money for safe keeping. It was
explained, but finally, largely upon
representations by her relatives, re
Jected the heart.
Garavetta then returned to her home,
644 East Gilsan street, and demanded
his money, several hundred dollars.
It waa returned.
Ed Wulf, of Union, is at the Eaton.
A. Brown, of Grants Pass, is at the
R. E. Holman, of Salem, is at the
L. A. Stoop, Of Elgin, Is at the Im
Paul H. Houser, of Salem, Is at the
V. O. Rosa, of Chicago, is at the
O. C. Clark, of Grants Pass, is at the
F. I Newell, of Madras, Is at the
II. E. CrowelL of Dundee, is at the
J. A. Storey, of Tacoma, Wash., is at
C E. Price, of Freeport. Tex., Is at
E. O. Funke, of Florence. Is at the
Mrs. O. E. Osborne, of Medford. Is at
Oscar Johnson, of Lav Grande, is at
Owen H. Gray, of Salt Lake, Utah, is
at the Benson.
Ken Williams, of Grants Pass, is at
W. F. Thlstlethwalte, of Eugene, is
at the Perkins.
D. M. Bowes, of Aberdeen, Wash., is
t the Oregon.
C. U. Harrison, of Seattle, Wash, is
at the Carlton.
H. Chyden. of Astoria, Is registered
at the Carlton.
C. W. Gibbs. of Wallace, Idaho, is
at the Portland.
D. A. Fraser, of High River, Alts., Is
at tha Nortonla.
C. H. Hamilton, of Seattle, Wash,
s at the Bensoq.
G. Schwartz, of Toledo, is registered
at the Cornelius.
John Glaser, of Chicago, la regis
tered at the R1U.
Mrs. E. S. Vanderslloa, of The Dalles,
Is at the Portland.
Ernest Kuehner, of Chehalls, Wash.,
s at the corneuus.
Mrs. F. P. Brown. Of Bay City, Mich.,
s at the Aiuunoman.
Mrs. C. C. Loveland. of San Francisco.
Cal.. Is at the Carlton.
Mrs. Alexander Lando, of Marsh-
field, Is at the Carlton.
Miss Elphle Smith, of Bonlta, is reg-
stered at the Norton is.
R. H. Cochran, of Seattle, Wash., is
registered at the Seward.
P. M. Gregocoff. of Belllngbam,
Wash., is at the Eaton.
Joseph Irving, of Everett, Wash, is
registered at the Benson.
J. B. Henderson, of Washington, D.
. is at the Washington.
Miss Florence M. Jewett, of Cody,
Wyo Is at the Nortonla.
Ernest Dolge, of Tacoma, Wash- is
registered at the Portland.
W. M. Pollman, the stockman-banker
of Baker, Is at the Imperial.
O. T. McKendon, of Klamath Falls.
e registered at the Imperial.
A. J. Bosworth, of Tacoma, Wash, is
registered at the Multnomah.
G. B. M. Rambo, of Spokane, Wash.,
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Yakima Valley, is registered from
North Yakima at the Cornelius.
William Orzas and Mrs. Orzas, of
Buffalo, N. Y are at the Rits.
A. F. Baker and family, of Oak Point,
Wash, are at the Multnomah.
Judge William T. Darch, of Golden
dale. Wash, is at the Nortonla.
O. B. Truitt and Mrs. Truitt, of Walla
Walla, Wash, are at the Seward.
Charles Adams and Mrs. Adams, of
Seattle, Wash, are at the Eaton.
Robert I Smith and Mrs. Smith, of
Canyon City, are at the Benson,
Robert H. McGrath, of Tacoma,
Wash, is registered at the Oregon.
Jm F. Arnold and Mrs. Arnold, of Ore
gon City, are registered at the Eaton.
W. A. Llndqulst and Mrs. Lindquiet,
of Lewiston, Idaho, are at the Wash
A. D. Walker and Mrs. Walker, of
Seattle, Wash., are registered at the
SERVICE IS CURTAILED
REGULATOR LIKE OF STEAMERS
OVT OF COMPETITION.
General Increase In Wages and Cost
f Oil Makes Portland and The
Dalles Ron Impractical.
Definite announcement that the Reg
ulator line of steamers would not again
figure In the trade of the Middle Co
lumbia River district, which means be.
tween Portland and The Dalles, at least
under the present management, was
made yesterday by Drake C. O'Reilly,
head of the corporation.
The north side of the Aider-street
dock, on which the company had
lease, was relinquished yesterday, and
the steamer Dalles City was shifted to
the drydock to have minor work done,
The steamer Bailey Gatzert Is moored
above the Dlant of the Coast Shirjbuild.
lng Company, and no 'plans have been
made as to the future of either ves
'General increase In wages and the
cost of operation, particularly In the
price of fuel oil, which has advanced
rapidly from 75 cents to $1.60 a barrel.
makes It Impractical for the Regulator
line to longer maintain a service on
the route," said Mr.- O'Reilly.
The steamer Tahoma. of the People s
line, is now covering the run to The
Dalles, making three trips a week. A
proposition has been made to maintain
service with a suitable vessel be
tween Portland and the Snake River
region. The lack of adequate facil
ities on the upper river Is largely re
sponsible for a traffic survey being un
dertaken by the Port of Portland with
a view to ascertaining just what Is re
quired In the nature of docks, ware
houses and the like, also traffls mov
ing In both directions and what sized
teamboat fleet can be operated If all
interests will co-operate.
Dlvorco Case Filed.
CENTRA VIA, Wash, Feb. 28. (Spe
cial.) Alleging desertion as her
ground for action, Mrs. Anna Smith,
formerly of this city, yesterday filed
eult In the Thurston County Superior
Court for a divorce from Joseph
Smith. The complaint alleareg that the
Comprises Cabinet Victrola
No. 11 ($110) and $5
We have literally "outdone"
our usual "Easy Paying
Plan" by offering the hand
some cabinet Victrola No.
11, together with $5 worth
of Victor records of your
own choosing, for the small
payment of $5 cash, the bal
ance $5 per month until
To Owners of Victrolas We
Extend a Cordial Invitation
to Take Advantage of Our
"Superior Record Service."
Our stock approximates perfection in all that is newest
and most desired. Our musically informed salespeople
will gladly play any record for you without obligation on
your part to purchase.
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MORRISON STREET AT BROADWAY
OTHER STORES San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento,
San Jose, Fresno, Los Angeles, San Diego.
plaintiff was 'deserted here five years
ago and that the present whereabouts
of the defendant are not known.
LICENSES T0JBE REVOKED
Judge Rossman Asked to Recom
mend Cases to Be Considered.
Secretary of State Olcott has written
to Mniclpal Judge Rossman regarding
the tatter's proposal to have automo
bile and motorcycle licenses revoked
or suspended in certain cases where
It is thought to be best for the safety
of the public Mr. Olcott suggested
that the Judge send in his recommenda
tions, when the offending party of par
ties will be notified and given oppor
tunity to state their side of the case.
Unless the offenders are aoie iu
make out a case suiiicieni io juemj
their continuing With a license, it shall
be revoked under the terms or me
automobile law. Ten days Is the period
of time suarsrested by Mr. Olcott in
which offenders may reply to cnarges
jtiHirA Rnunun has already recom
mended the revocation of several 11-
c.enaes because of the dangerous con
dition of machines and also for con
duct upon the part of the drivers.
Steamer Raids Reveal Whisky.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Feb.! 26. (Spe
cial Police authorities confiscated
182 quarts of whisky here Monday and
Sunday In raids on tnree niMmirj, iuo
Avalon. raided Sunday. Just as sne was
olearlnar. vielded 136 quarts. In raids
Monday four quarts were found on the
Chehalls and 43 on the steamer avea.
Herman Koppala, a sailor on the Svea,
has been arrested.
Crop Harvesting Preparing,
em iniAWTiseo. Feb. 26. Schools,
vnAn'a riiiha ana an DrKanftnuiw
from which members may be recruited
tn ha systematically combed for
volunteer workers to aid In crop har
vesting for the coming season, in ac-
cordance with a plan under considera
tion by the California Federation of
Farmers' Co-operative Marketing Asso
NIKK-MARR DEMONSTRATION at j
WOODARD. CLARKE CU.
Row to Remove Wrinkles la IS Mlautea.
Ttnrtle of roues or powder with pur-
.h... Sand 8c-stamD lor DOOKiet or i
call at main office. No. 9 Second Floor. .
3S6H Washington Bt., uepi. u. rur
i. rw nfflca hours: 1 to 6 P. 1
Five cents tor return i mi
ar at office only. Phone Main 8271. I
fijl Do Your
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j'jgjlHl Ul thrift. One good !
s5 way to bePn k
ISs by opening a
Ijjri savings account
lrttiw 'n Sood bank.
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HfcSir-I sTT? il
ii$sS25, villi If
jjS opens an ac- f
itP'iy.'.MMa. count in this
old - established t
and strong state
t Sllt bank. Start to- a
&m$fM dy- Open Sat- I 1
I urday evenings -
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Xeiepnones: ivarsiiau x; Home, A 6H81
JONES' SUPERIOR QUALITY MEATS
Specially Reduced for This Wednesday Sale
Shoulder Pot Roasts, lb 20?)
Short Ribs, lb 170
Plate or Brisket, lb 160
Small T-Bone Steaks, lb 280
Small Porterhouse Steaks, lb..280
Round Steak, lb 240
Beef Knuckles, lb 50
Rump Kettle Roasts, lb. .22-250
Lamb Cutlets, lb 260
Shoulder Roasts, lb 250
Breasts Lamb, lb 200
la registered at the Perkins.
Jack McNsff. the hop king of theif a
In San Francisco
AT THE I
Geary Street lust off Union Squant
From 31. a Day
Breakfast 60c lunch 60o Dinner 1 1 .00
Sundays Breakfast 76c Dinner $1.25
Municpal car line direct to door. Motor
But meets principal trains and steamers.
Makers or Fine Pxintim
Stark at Second
Mas 178. A 1781