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THE 3I0RXIXG OREGOIAX PltH)-, irARCH 1, 191S.
Inability to Market Product
Causes Failure of Plants
and Others Face Ruin.
GOVERNMENT APPEALED TO
jlLlnlry Mill Re Ijoi Vnlree, Action
J Taken al One. I Averted by
Palrymrsi Who May Have to
Immediate Federal protertlon of the
condensed mi: Industry of the Willam
ette Valley. If prwluvllon la to con
firm and frmtn bo spared tho neces
sity of slaughtering their dairy herd,
ta requested In a telegram sent yester
"y to) th Oregon delegation In on
gres by V. I. H. I hmI.oot. etee-utlve
orrrlary o tho Portland Chamber of
Representations mad to the Cham
ber of Commfrci br a committee of
milk condtiutri and dairymen from
eliy points are that tha Federal con
trol of their output for export, whlrh
went Into tffct two months ago, haa
pile.1 tho warehouses of tho various
rnnd'&serles to rapacity, without out
let to tho markets. As a result, two
plants have failed, and others are con
fronted with the Imminent necessity
for closing their doers unless relief Is
It was the expressed policy of the
Fod Administration, said Mr. Doclson.
to conserve the supply of canned milk
for i port to the American Army and
Ita allies abroad. Condensers hare
been Informed that lark of shipping fa
cilities across the Atlantic have oper
ated to rreafo the tleup. rather than
a, shortage of railroad facilities.
Milk la red
As tho result of this, fir of tha
smaller condensrtea of the Willam
ette Valley now hare SS04.000 worth of
condensed milk In their warehouses,
the product of two months' operations,
and It Is estimated that the two larir
pianta at Forest llrova and Htllsboro
are enforcedly holding; several times
Dairymen who hava hitherto sold
their product to tha two plants
have failed hava turned to the re
fog condenserlea for outlet. These
already crowded to full storage capac
ity, it ta said, and will soon be un
able either to store further produc
tion or to finance operations.
Mix thousand farmers more or less
smeared In tha dairy business to sup
ply the condensed milk plants and whs
have no other market for their product
will be forced to slaughter their herds
unless a market Is soon afforded the
plants for their stock now In atorace.
The problem la serious, comment
ed Secretary Iodson. "The condensers
are unable under prrsent conditions to
market their product, while their ware
houses are filled to tha roofs. They
have two months pack on band,
riaats taUl Fall.
"Tha selling prlca fixed by tha Gov
ernment doea not give them enough
margin to permit shipment to Port
land and atoraga here, that they might
clear their own warehouses, nor will
the smaller plants have money to carry
the burden much longer.
-We are going to undertake solu
tion of the matter along tha same line
employed upon tha requirement that
grain farmers were to get their money
at tidewater, whtcb waa amended In
aucb a way that grain growers were
enabled to receive payment near pro
"The Government should take our
milk at market price, or else afford
shipping facilities to atorage renters.
With the approach of Spring, when the
production of milk la vastly Increased,
the problem ta Intensified. Under pres
ent condltlolns there Is nothing but
ruin ahead for the condensers, and the
consequent loss of a valuable Industry.
fur farmers will slaughter their herds
when the market ceases. There would
be nothing else for them to do.
"in the telegram aent todar to the
Oregon delegation we are asking that
they put the matter directly up to
Food Administrator llover for tmme
state action and protection. If produc
tion la to continue."
that tha troops her are not well cared
for are maliciously falsa and unfound
ed." the Governor aald. lie was taken
over the camp by Brigadier-General
Frederick 8. Folts. commander m tha
Eight men at Camp Lewis who clslm
to have re'.atlvea In enemy countries
will not be made to fire a single bullet
at the German trenches.
Asking that they be relieved from
shooting a gun In tha causa for which
the Nation fights, the request of the
eight waa granted and they were as
signed to work that will make It cer
tain that they will kill none of their
relatives In the German armies.
They hava been named scavengers
with the Army. It will be their duty to
collect refuse In France, to sort all
kinds of Junk whlrh they collect near
the trenches, to olean up filth and
Tha men who prefer doing scavenger
work to fighting ara the follow ing
George I-oumayer. Company II.- 3-d
Infantry: William Kenning. Company
A. ZtZd Infantry: Herman M. Meyer.
Company A. 363d Infantry: Wolfgang
Kelnhofer. Company E. 3 3d Infantry;
Horace J. Wolff. Company K, 343d In
fantry: Otto Hartig. Company G. 33d
Infantry: John festal. Company K,
3tth Infantry, an, Rudolph B. Karger,
Company I. l4th Infantry.
All of these men have been assigned
to duty with the conservation branch
of tha miscellaneous department, quar
a e e
When General H. A. Greene, com
manding the Wild West Division, ar
rives tn Tscoma following his trip to
the trenches In France, ha will be given
a military reception. General Greene
has been In Washington. D. C for the
past week. At the military reception
there will be the divisional staff, tlx
regimental and brigade commanders
and the JTst Infantry band, tha crack
musical rganisatlon at Camp Lewis,
will furnish the music.
In Washington General Greene haa
been taking a physical examination to
determine whether he la physically able
Knappton Mill & Lumber Corty
pany Gets Shaver Craft.
STEAMER TO TOW RAFTS
Vessel Will Be Used by Xcw Own
era on Grays Rlrcr and Deep
River, Where Logging Busi
ness Is Active at Present.
f Popnlar Price Retnra Recital
HKILIG NEXT WKKK,
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH ,
I MAUD POWELL
Floor S1.50. 1 Bal. 1. 73c, BOci .
VANITY FAIR OF 191S
Zenith of Magnificence in Musical Comedy
McIonald at Rowland; Harry Holmaa
A to.; Basil a Allen: Harry and Ktta
Conlry; Kegel a Bender; Cycling Bru
nei lee: Trav. Weekly; Concert Orchestra.
to lead his division to France. He
very keen to assume a command In th
war sone. and he may be able to
Bounce whether he will be permitted
to realise this ambition when be re
turns to Tacoma.
The Commercial Club of Tacoma I
planning a dinner and reception to
General Greene one nlrht next week
following his arrival. Tha dinner will
be attended by tha commander and th
trusteea of the club and following It
public reception will be tendered him.
Hue to the fart that General Green
haa greatly endeared himself to Ta
romana by hla atand for democracy tn
the Army and hla constant attention
to matters that concern the health and
morality of tha men under hla com
mand. It la expected that tha reception
will pe largely attended. The club I
preparing for one of tha largest and
most enthusiastic receptions that It has
S MURDER IS ATTEMPTED
BAKER STREET FIGHT FIRMSHES
8EN9ATIO.X l"N EX PLAIN ED.
Camp Lewis Notes.
CAMP LEW13. Tacoma. Wuh. Feb.
I. Food conservation regulations in
force among civilians will be observed
In Camp lwts In the future, an order
t this effect having been Issued to
lav at division headquarters.
Hereafter there will be no wheat
products served In any of t mesaea
and other eating places at Camp Lewis
vn .Monday and Wednesday and the
evening meal every day will ba wheat
1'ss. The order prohibits the serving
ef pork and pork products on Tuesdays
and t-turiieys and decrees a porklcss
The ramp bakery and all meases are
lr.stru.ted that al! bread served must
contain at least : per cent of wheat
flour aubatttutes. The order on food
conservation will affect the T. W. C. A.
hostess house, where hundreds of offi
cers and men eat daltv. aa well as the
messes and restaurants.
AC! officers at ramp were Instructed
to report immediately to have tlielr
ftnger prints registered. In an order
Iseued today. The finger prints are
taken as a means of Identification and
most of the officers already have had
e e e
Men In the mtlitarv service were no
tified today Irt an official bulletin that
the last day for filing their income tax
returns baa been extended to Apr! 1.
e e e
The baseball fever struck Camp
I-e w is wMh a vengeance today, the
"irst really warm Spring day of the
year, and there were games going on tn
every spot where there was room to
swing a ha I club. The men In the
trenches came out for baseball along
with their noonday meal and every bit
ef the Y. M. C. A. equipment waa In use.
The first game of the season was
played between the first and second
battalions of the J:d Infantry this aft
ernoon and resulted In a M-to-( victory
Xor the second battalion team.
no ucminrat y ui spons at lamp i PORTLAND. Feb. Ti. Arrived Steamer
I-ewia vu well Illustrated tn the day's! lUs, City, from baa Pedro and San Fran-
game, with Major Tuller tlavina- first I rtsco.
Charles Leag. Mtalag Man. Attacked
by W. Belcher, Knocks Latter
Dawn. Takes Away Revolver.
RAKER. Or.. Feb. 2$. (Special)
Keruslnr to make any atatement. but
charged with an attempt to shoot
t harlrs Long, a Raker mining- man, W,
Belcher, who aaya his home Is In the
Suznpter Valley, la In the County Jail
here awaiting a hearing tomorrow.
Tha attempted shooting took place in
front of tho Crablll Hotel hero Last
evening; According to bystanders,
neicner approached) Long and after a
few words, which could not be over
heard, drew a revolver. As ha did so
I-ong grabbed his wrist and Belcher
fired one shot, which went wild. Long
then knocked Belcher down and dis
armed him. After thumping hla head
on tha sidewalk Long- allowed Belcher
Later Belcher waa arrested by Chief
of Police Johnson in a rooming-house
in the company of a wrmu. Al'
Belcher would say when ha was taken
Into custody was that Long would have
gotten "what he deserved.-
It Is claimed by Long that he never
saw Belcher until yesterday. The po
lice here ara Investigating the case.
Indian Names Given to Ships.
ABERDEEN". Wash.. Feb. IS (Spe
cial ) "Wlshkah" and "Kaskaskla."
Indian names, will be given the next
two Government ships to bo launched
at the Gray a ll.-irbor Motorshlp Cor
poration here. Wlahkah means "stink
ing water" In tha language of the
Qulnault tribe. One of these steamers
Is ready for launching at any data aet
by the Government and tha other will
be ready within ten days.
Pacific Coast Shipping Note.
ASTORIA. Or. Feb. 2. Imperial.) The
Mnm schooner Daisy Matthews sailed at 2
e clock this morning for baa Francisco with
lumMr trem tit. Helena.
After taklne ea 250.000 feet of lumber
at Portland, the steam schooner Daisy F
maa sailed at A. M. for Grays Harbor to
Bringing freight snd passensers for A
torla and Portland, tbe steamer Hoee City
arrived at M A. M. frem baa I'edre and
San t ranrlertt.
The old pilot schooner Joseph Fulitser
sailed at 4 eclock this afternoon for the
naitoat ranks est the mouth of the Co
The erhooner Forest Home has finished
loading lumber at Weetport for dner and
mill be brought to the local harbor this
SEATTLE. Wash.. Feb. (Special.)
Fire orlatnatlng from a leaking ell pipe In
tho bolt-heating roum adjoining the black
smith shop at the Meachem Babcock
shipbuilding plant seriously threatened that
shipyard with destruction today. I poo the
discovery or the flames the employes ral
lied Into flro-f Ightlng brigades and suc
ceeded la subdulug the blase before the ar
rival ef the fire department. The lose la
estimated at about e-ow. covered by Insur
ance. The plant la building wooden ships
for the Shipping Board and six vessels are
en the wata well along In frame. No dam
as was sustained by the building vessels.
Tho nsw motorshlp Halestrand completed
taking on Seattle portion of her cargo for
tho overseas tthlpptng Company and sailed
today for Portland to complete her first
outward careo. he la destined for Bom
bay, via etna-spore and t'alcutta. and Is
taking general cargo. She was built at
After discharging her Inward cargo of ell
at fclverett. being the first Oriental freight
er to vlelt that elty. tha Japanese steam
ship Klnkasan !aru came here today to
commence loading for tho return voyage to
the twtent. he le one of the Mitsui fleet.
J. O. lawman, recentlv appointed by the
Shipping Hoard to take rharge of the opera
tions of the vessels of the fclmergency Fleet
Corporation In the Northwest, took up his
duties today, lie will have charge of tbe
manning, provisioning and outfitting of sll
vessels built or operated In this dsirlct.
Movements of Vessel..
In these days of1 soaring quotation
on deepwater tonnage little activity haa
marked tha saie of inland vessels, but
yesterday a break took place in a long
period of quietness1 In that respect
wheu the Shaver Transportation Com
pany disposed of tho steamer Coquille
to tha Knappton Mill & Lumber Com
pany. Captain J. M. Lamley. represent
ing the new owners, was signed yes
terday to succeed Cafptaln . D. Con
way, of the Shaver staff, and today
the Coquille will depart for her new
field of labors. '
It la Intended to use the vessel in
towing rafts out of Grays River and
Deep River, where the Knappton cor
poration has logging; Interests, and in
that aervlre aha promises to prove a
The Coquille waa laid down at Co
quille. Or In DOS. and aha piled out
of there for yeara In tha passenger
and freight trade, being purchased two
yeara ago by the Shaver Transports
tlon Company and brought here.
Changes were made In tha superstruc
ture, tha house being- cut away aft
to fit her for towing, oil tanks were
installed and other additions made.
Tho Shaver Interests contemplated
using her In handling log rafts to
Portland mills, but it waa found that
tha regular fleet of aternwheelera was
equal to tha demand and of late she
has been operated only In emergencies.
Nine boats are left to carry the
Shaver flag In the stemwheel section.
They ara tha Henderson. Cascades.
Shaver. No Wtonder, Sarah LMxon. State
of Washington and Wauna. with the
tug Echo and the gasoline launch
Iorta. The Coquille was the only
steamer of tha type in the line. She
Is (.7 feet long, with a beam of 15.7
feet and depth of hold of 7.9 feet.
Towboat companlea operating In the
log trade these daya are kept busy by
the call for timbor with which to build
ships and produce airplane stock, and
Ith tha Columbia, and Willamette at
a mora revoraole stage for handling
rafts, considerable timber is being
SHI P WRECKED CREW ARRIVES
Slen From Kong Sverre In Seattle
With DetaiU of loss of Boat.
SEATTLE. Wash., Feb. 28. Captain
Clifford Kelly and Engineer Barney
Hall, of the Saettlo fishing schooner
Kong Sverre. have arrived here with
details of the loss of their boat which
waa pounded to pieces after piling up
on the rocks of Warren Island, South
eastern Alaska. January i'8.
The officera and crew remained on
the Island 22 days before being picked
up by the steamer Redondo and brought
to Seattle. The Kong Sverre was en
route from Seattle for Hood Bay, Ad
OTiralty Inlet, with fishing supplies.
All Week Matinee Saturday.
Greatest crook play ever written.
Kvenlnrs, 25c. ?fe. 75c Mats.. 25e. Roe.
Next Meek: "Mlie-a-Mlnute Kendall."
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,
HEMSTITCHING, 5o A YARD. PLEATING.
ALL LATEST STYLES. EASTEKN NOV
ELTT CO.. 854 6TU ST.. BETWEEN
OAK AND STARK STS. BROADWAY liOOO.
l. 6IEPHA.V, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion, side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders, iilu pittock blk. Broadway lou.
AGATES cut and
polished; Jewelry and
Miller's 343 Wnih. su
ASSAVKK3 AN1 ANALYSTS.
.N,TANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
told. silver and platinum bought.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We ouy
and sell all kinds barber supplies. 250 2d.
JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
31 Morgan bide. Marshall 6143.
MAT. DAILY 2:30
The Song and Dance Revue.
Childhood's Best Production.
81a Other Big Acta.
res Performances Dally. Night Curtain
at 7 and a.
Mat. Imlly at S:S0. Nights start 7:30.
This week. The Lyric Musical Comedy
"THE HEART BREAKERS."
New faces New songs.
tt": j o i
x iiuitj, oaiuruay
Four American Beauties
Fun on the Wharf
Carroll & Pierlot
The Morning After
4 Other Snappy Acts 4
Luke & O'Henry
base for the second battalion along
with privates and other officera of his
command. On the first battalion team
three t'aptatna looked after the out
lovernor Krsnk I lloux. of Wyo
ming, left today for Mare Island after
aa Inspection of the Wyoming National
Army troops here.
The governor brought with him sev
eral messages from friends of the sol
diers and addressed the Wyoming sol
diers In their assembly hall. He waa
wetl pleased with conditions at camp
and surprised that the boya had the
advantage of shower batha In their
'All reports circulated to th effect
ASTORIA. Feb. 5-. Arrived at 30 and
left up at II A. M . steamer Rose City, from
fan I'edra and ban Kranelsco. Sailed at 3
A. M.. steamsr Palsy Malhewa. for San
Pedra. Sailed at 6 A. M.. steamer Daisy
freeman, for tfan Pedro via Aberdeen.
AX FRAXrlSCO. Keb. Sailed at
mldmsht. steamer Klamath, from Portland
for ran Tedro. Arrived at 4 A. M steamer
Trinidad, from Astoria.
POINT RETES. Feb. :. Passed at T
A. V.. steamer J. A. Chanslor, from Port
land, for Port San Luis.
HAN FRANCISfO. Feb. ST. Stalled at 10
P. M.. ateamsr Prentiss, for Portland.
SAN PEDRO. Feb. Felled Steamer
K. II. Merer, for Columbia River. Arrived
at 11 A. 1L, ateamcr Heaver, frem Port. and.
DR. LINDLEY WILL SPEAK
President of Idaho University to Be
at Reed College Sunday.
Dr. Ernest II- XJndley. who Is now
he president of the University of
Idaho, will speak at Iteed College next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
meeting will be open to the public
Dr. Lindley waa so popular in his Iteed
College lectures of last Spring on
Psychology In Relation to Business
that the course moved from the Library
o the Lincoln High School auditorium
and even then there was not room
enough for all who came.
Dr. Lindley did so much good lor the
Northwest during his term as Reed Col
lege extension lecturer that the com
missioner and Board of Education of j
Idaho offered him the presidency of
he university, lie vn at that tim
head of tha department of philosophy
and psychology of Indiana university.
WAR GARDENS FOSTERED
Keeently Appointed Supervisor Be
gins Ills Work.
John E. Cooter. recently appointed
supervisor of gardens for the public
schools, will meet with school prlncl
pals, representatives of the Parent
Teacher Association and committers
from tha schools at Lincoln High
School Saturday at 10:30 A. M. Tha
meeting will be followed by a luncheon
In the school cafeteria.
Mr. Cooter will also bertthe speaker
at a public rally In the Auditorium at
I o'clock Sunday afternoon, to arouse
Interest throughout tha city in war
All kinds of Flowers. Bedding and
Vegetable Plants, Japanese goods
and plants, byeciai sale, dwkiub.
JAJf AM i?L.OUbi,
1B3 4th St., bet. Yamhill and Tay
lor. Moose Temple building.
JUNK AND HARDWARE.
The Oregon Junk Co.. 274 Front st.
Main 52m We buy all kinds Junk, metals,
pay highest prices. Bee us before you sell.
MRS. EDITH M. liMYTHE, piano and
French; European teacher; classes $
month; highest reterences. 1B6 Lownsdala.
OREGON Conservatory (school) of Music,
id floor Kussel bldg. (over the "Llon"
Entrance 1B5'A 4th St., cor. of Morrison.
PARKER School ot Popular Music Terms, S
to 20 lessons. 4U1-2 Ellers bldg.
EM 1L TH1ELHORN. violin
t-evlck, -'07 Flledner blug.
.THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
B87 Washington. Broadway 434. A 1254.
WILLIAM. Estelle and William. Jr.. De-
veny, the only scientific chiropodists and
arcn specialists In tbe city, parlors Hut
ueriinaer bldg., southwest corner d and
r-noncs. Main 1301, A 3302.
DRS. ELIZABETH uiK'lns a.i n l.il
l"?1 chiropodists, now located at 50o-7 N.
w- blug. suns, and evgs. by ap. Main 843U.
Mlk PEOPLE: fir UrUnhnn Pni-Il.nrt
loo chiropractic specialist. That's why I
uever nave to employ drugs, operations,
vibrators, stolet rays, electricity, heat,
light and otner Joss House stunts. 1 re
move the causes ol disease quickly, surely
iu iui expensively. ually convincing
the doubting Thomas. 31 adjustments eii.
rnone. call or write.
CHAN E LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
pa- ii letters multlgraphed, fl.50.
JvETH & CO.. Worcester bids:. Main 17IW.
No collections, no charge; established lbOU.
MANCHESTER DANCING ACADEMY, 83Vi
dances taught, 10 private lessons ti. Hours
am a. ai. to w;ju. uroaaway 237.
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL Dan
cing taught in all Its branches; private.
oay or eve. classes, 'lues, and Irt., s-10.
assembly after. 3804 Wash. Main 8205.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private Instruction; classes
kuii., Tburs., 8 to 10. lou 3d su. bet.
Wash, and Stark. Main 2100.
DEKLM Dancing School, 30S Dekum bldg.
wessons aay. evening; latest dances. Main
mo. Marsnall ll!io.
FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT.
L. A. WALKER ELECTRICAL WORKS.
413 Burnslde. Broadway 5074.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
F. Cassedy. specialist: classes fitted.
700 E. Burnslde, cor. 20th. B 1303. B. 4734.
FLUFF RUGS AND RAG RUGS.
LUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels. Smyrna. Axmlnster rac
ruKS. all sizes: mall orders Dromot: booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
xlS nigs rlrannd and steamed 11.00
WESTERN FLUFF BIG CO.
S4-56 Union Ave. N. East 516. B 1475.
ROTTED cow and horse manure.
SMALL orchestra wants engagements; will
play for socials and dances.. East ti382.
OPTOMEl'RlOlS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORE?
A SAVING from 30 to 50 percent.
Promptly fitted glasses as low
aa xl.ao. 40UC satlalieU customers.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Cbas. W. Good
man, optometrist, 20O Morrison. Main 2L24.
R. G. WRIGHT 22 years' experience, U.
and foreign patents, aol Dekum bidg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. W05 Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, leniale disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach, liver, kidneys.
throat, goitre, scalp.
hlgti blood pressure.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office. Boom 153 Courthouse, 5th St.
Phone from 8 te 5. Main 378, Rome Phone A
1525. Night call after office hours. Main 2.0
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for smalt
animals. Horse ambulance for sick ejirl
disabled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pet 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
Call fer Illustrated
54 Ajakeay St. Phone Broadway 149.
Sam Connell Lumber Goj
Funds on hand for good farm and
city loans at dene interest rates.
Prompt, Reliable Service.
A. H. BIRRELLGO.
217-219 Northwestern Bank Building,
Marshall 4114. A eii.
OV FARM AND RESIDENCE
PROPERTY. NO COMMISSION.
701 CORBETT BLDG., PORTLAND, OR
Dli. FLORA A. BROWN, goitre and diseases
of women. 700 E. BuruslUe, cur, jutn su
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prlcea
Stark-Davis Co.. 22 aa su jaain mi.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. iUlM, front su,
corner tstark. Main or A 1418.
THE IVY PRESS.
SS2 Stark St. Broadway 403. A 4088.
W. BALTES & COMPANY.
nd Oak sts. Main 165, A 1105.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CAHti It. JONES, 404 Wl:COX bldg.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1603.
fluff rugs ana rag rugs woven all sizes.
East 8th and Tayior. East 3560. B law.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
gooas specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and moving, horse and auto vans,
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine sts. Broadway 506. A 199.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St..
comer 13ta. Telephone Hroadway 1281 or
A 1160. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest Insurance rates in the city.
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK at WAREHOUSE.
Otxlce lsu Maaison. uenerai mercnanaiss
and torwarding agents. Phone Main 7601.
CUT freight rates to all points on household
gooas. Manning vvarenouse dc inutsier
Co., tth and Hoyt Broadway 703.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO.,
105 Park St. Main 5195. A 105k
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama f uel Co. Jast t2. s 2sav.
NATIONAL FUEL CO.. East 2041. E. 2d and
Oregon sts. Dry block wood. SU load.
O.V BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE
ROBERTSON A EWIXG,
207-8 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
301 WILCOX BLDG. -Main 702, A 3702.
For Sale Lots.
A REAL SNAP.
Owner In Seattle forced to make quick
sale of lot, 50x100, on Flint St., near Til
lamook: price cut to $150o.
GODDARD & W1EDR1CK,
243 Stark St.
THAT VACANT LOT Turn a burden into
Income. Wo design and build anything,
furnish the money if desired: eight years
in Portland. L. R. Bailey Co.. contract
ing architects. Northwestern Bank bldg.
VACANT lots pay nothing; build and get
an Income, all kinds of buildings designed
and built; furnish money if desired. Chaa.
W. Erts. Plttock blk.
A SNAP For sale. close-In corner; owner
non-resident, passing tnrougn. sacrmce to
unload while here. H 27, Oregonian.
For Sale Houses.
$2200 KENTON SNAP J2200.
Modern 5-rm bungalow, breakfast-cm.,
all hardwood floors, all in white enamel;
$350 cash; If you ate a home lover, by
all means see this.
FRANK L. McGUIRE. Abington bldg.
GROVEL AND PARK BARGAIN.
5-room modern bungalow, large attic,
street Improvements all In. 1 blork from
car, very nice location. Price $2500, easy
terms. C. A. Warrlner.
RITTER. LOWE CO..
203-5-7 Hoard of Trade bltlir.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak
LECTURES will be given by
NO FEAR FUEL SHORTAGE
w Sooth Wales to Supply Neigh
bors With Coal for Five Tears.
SYDNEY. Australia. Feb. 1. Toe
government of Near South AVales has
agreed to supply tha states of Victoria.
eoutb Australia, and West Australia
with all the coal they need for a period
of five years.
The New South Wales government In
tends to nationalise all the coal mi nest
In the state.
ACCTION BALES TODAY.
At Wilson's Aactloa Hoaee. st II A It
rrpllsr. I4S-17I HecOPd St.
Brother Robert D. Graham.
the Grand Lodge Rooms. RSS
Yamhill street, as follows: "Th
Hidden Mysteries of Freemason
ry. and ' The W ages or
Master Mason," at 8 P. M. this (Friday
evenlnr. For Master Masons -only.
At S o'clock Saturday. March 2, the lee
ture will be entitled. "The Ancient Cliff
Dwellers of the Southwest." for Master
Masons and all United States soldiers, snd
at 2:30 P. M., Sunday. March ;t. -Tne mis
sion and Pumoses of Freemasonry. fo
Master Masons, their wives and invited
The- are under the auspices of the Mas
ters. Wardens and Past Masters' Associa
tlon, and a good attendance is desired.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 55.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munlcatlon this (Friday) eve
nine ti o'clock. Work In M. M
degree. Visitors welcome. Order
r. M. STEADMAN. Sec
r.RKST PIKE LODGE. No.
162. A. V. and A. M. Special
communication this (rridayi
evening, March 1. at 7:0
o'clock. E. A. degree. Visitors
welcome. By order of W. M
E. R, IVIE, Sec'y.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. NO.
SB. O. E. S. Regular meeting
thia (Friday) evening at
o'clock. Degrees. By order W. M.
SARAH B. GCERIN. Sec.
will meet this (Friday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock at 226
Airier Htreet. Work In the first
decree. The first degree staff
Is especially urged to sttend
to make arrangements for
the trip to McMinnvllle the
following dav. Visitors welcome.
FREDERICK COZENS. Ree. Sec.
E. M. WARDLE. N. '..
rnuTI a vr rilAPTBlL No. 07. O. E.
Social Club will give a cara ana aancins
...r, in ihelr ball. .134 Russell street, this
. . . . 1. 1 All f V K
and frlrnds Invited. Cards
8.30; admission. Jc.
HIGH COST OF LIV ING CLUB. FRATER
IAL BROTHERHOOD "500" card party
tonight. First prise, box ot apples ana otner
e-rocery prises, iioaern vu,uuii
between Burnslde and Stark. Admission. 13
wvuvooT CAMP NO 63. WOODMEN OF
THE WORLD, meets every Friday night at
W? O. W. Temple. 12S 11th street. All mem
ber, welcome. -Vr'bViC CliV
L. B. DE YOUNG. Act. Consul Commander.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
New designs. Jaeger Bros.. "
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems.
class pins and medals. l aanins"a
vr.RTl.AND MARBLE WOKK.S. zns-zoo sin
St.. opposite " ......
jco. a Bone for memorials.
plj TWiqo MADISON JTPtgCTj
SEATTLE VS. PORTLAND
Tonight, March 1, 8:30 P. M. Sharp
Ice Palace, Twenty-First and Marshall
ADMISSION Sl.OO. 73c. SOt
Reserved seats cow on sale at Spalding's, corner Broadway and Alder.
Fhone Marshall 15.
ICE SKATING ANNOUNCEMENT
Satarday Night, Norwegian Singers' Mgkt, Chorus of 40 Male Voices,
akattag Exhibitions. Admission. Including Skates, 506
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldg.
DRY OOODS NOTIONS.
L. DINKELSPIEL C0.eVmB"thd.?r2.?
WADHAMS A CO., 63-67 Front sL
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER. HAT CO.. 53-65 Front st.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCABA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 101 Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER A CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front St.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDING & FARRELIj, 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sts.
MILLER Wall Paper & PL Co.. 1T2 1st st.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 230 2d St.
PRICKETT In this city. February 27. Mary
Elizabeth Prickett. late of 20 Wheeler
street, age 62 years, wife of Thornton T.
Prickett and mother of Joseph D. Stoltz.
of this city. Funeral services will be held
today (Friday). March 1, at 2 P. M. at
the residential funeral home of Wilson Jfc
Ross. Multnomah at East 7th st. Inter
ment Rose City Cemetery. St. Paul, Minn.,
papers please copy.
MOTZ In this city. February 27. Eleanor
Elizabeth Motz, aged 63 years: beloved
wife of Frank Motz; mother of Mrs T.
Josephson. of Astoria. Or.; Mrs. C. A. Lin
qulst. New York: Mrs. C Ressell. of this
city: Charles I. and Frederick T. Lidberg.
Services will be held tomorrow (Saturday!,
at 2 P M.. at the residential parlors of
Miller 4 Tracey.
THANH AUSER At the residence. !'- Ir
ving street, j- eoruary .. m r. x
i.-.. ...ri 47 venra .1 months 1 day. be
loved wife of Herman Thanhauser. Friends
Invited to attend funeral services, which
will be held at Moiman s xunerai Galium.
Third and Salmon streets, at J r. -M. to
day (Friday), March 1. Please omit flowers.
HAMM In thia city.-February 2i. W illism
James Hamm. late or no im ucr.,
husband of Mrs. Cynthia Hamm. Funeral
services will be held today (Friday). March
1 3-30 P. M., from the residence funeral
home of Wilson & Ross. Muitnoman it
. - . a. .-.. knrvir,, in rharire of I. O.
n V. star Ledge. No. 210. Friends in
vited. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
TICHENOR At her late restdence. SI Bry
ant street, Gillian uiuiw a .
loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll
Tlchenor. Services will be held at P. I
Lerch undertaking parlors East Eleventh
end Clay streets, today (Friday) at J P.
M. Friends Invited. Interment Mount
Scott Park Cemetery.
WALKER At Dallas. Or., T-eb. 21.. -Mary
Elizabeth wallter. ageu ' jt.. . -neral
sen-Ices will be conducted today
(Friday). March 1. at 2:30 P. M. In the
mortuary chapel of A. D. Kenworthy &
Co 5S02-04 92d st. S. E.. In Lents. Irlends
Invited. Interment ML Scott Park Cemetery.
HINZ At the family residence. 792 Belmont
st.. reoruary -. - --- - 7
years. 2 montne. aa. x
ices will be held from the residence, to
morrow (Saturday). March 2. at 2 I . M.
Interment Riverview Cemetery. Breeze 4c
Snook in charge.
JOHNSON The funeral services of the late
Hannah jonnson win 1V " ,
day) at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at the real
dence establishment of J. P. Flnley &
Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends In
vited. Interment at Riverview Cemetery.
McSHANE February 2S. Robert w. Mc-
Shane. aged -n years. eu .
Catherine McShan. Remains will be
forwarded to North Yakima. W ash., to
day (Friday), at 10 A. M.. from Dun
ning McEntee's parlors.
COOK At 1202 East Salmon St.. Feb. 27,
Florence E. Cook, aged 54 years. Fu
neral services will be conducted today
(Friday), March 1, at 10:30 A. M. in the
First Friend's Church. East 35th and Main
sts. Friends invited. Interment Mt.
Scott Park Cemeterv. Remains are at the
parlors of A. D. Kenworthy & Co., 0802-04
02d st. S. E., in Lents.
CARLSON In this city. February 2S. Mrs.
Sofia B. Carlson, aged 50 years: beloved
wife of Alfred F. Carlson, and late of 461
Church street: mother of Joseph and Ruby
Carlson. Mrs. Carlson was a member of
the Camelia Chapter. No. 27. O. E. S. Re
mains are at Pearson undertaking parlors.
Russell street at Union avenue.
CHENETTE February 28, Joseph Chenette,
aged 55 years: beloved husband or Mrs.
Mary Chenette. and father of Mrs. Laura
Raymer. Mary. Eva, oeorge, lta. .llen
and Joseph Chenette, Jr. Remains at
Dunning A McEntee's parlors. Notice of
GILMORE In this city. Feb. 28. Donald E.
Gllmore, aged 3 years. Beloved son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gllmore. 43 East 85th
st. Remains at A. It- Zeller Company's
HOUSER Marie Houser, . 651 Hood street,
February 28, beloved wife of James W.
Houser. Remains are at Holman's fu
neral parlors. Announcement of funeral
S3250 HAWTHORNE DISTRICT
6 rooms, sleeping porch, cement base
ment, furnace, located on J2d st. This is
a two-story house, and very well con
structed. J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
No. 7 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 4th
and Stark St. Main 20S. A 2050.
Will give big bargain, 1 lot. cottage and
garage, $2500. 940 E. Sherman St.; take
Richmond car to 32d at., walk 3 blocks
east: easy terms. Owner will be at house
Saturday afternoon to show property. P. u.
Box 608. Newberg. Or.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS Superior, almost
new 9-room residence, close in. wonderful
location and view; hardwood floors, white
enamel and mahogany throughout, sleep
ing porch, fireplace. 2 bathrooms, plenty
closets, large grounds, fine trees. BROOKE,
Marshall 4827. A 3830. Call mornings.
S2500 ji.'.OO e2500
512 E. 4!)th St. N. ,
Only one-half block N. Rose City car,
choicest possible location, good, warm,
well-built 6-room house, cement basement,
fine furnace, plumbing and fixtures. A
moderate-priced home, dealrably located.
B ROOMS GARAGE 111150.
Classy bungalow on large lot near car.
Owner has reduced the price for quick
sale. See this at once. A. G. TEEPE CO..
264 STARK ST., near 3d. MAIN 3516.
Edward Holman. Pres. W. J. Holman, Sec
J. E. Werlein. Treas.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
THIRD ST., CORNER OF SALMON.
A Modern, Spacious Family
Room With Private Entrance
Phones Main C07. A 1511.
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash St.. bet. 20th & 21st. -West Ride.
Main 2691. Lady Assistant. A 7885.
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW.
5 rooms, bath, fireplace. hardwood
floors, beamed ceilings, bullt-ln bookcases
and buffet, house would cost S2750 to
build, lot is worth S00; can sell for (2500.
Geo. T. Moore Co., Abington bldg.
Before buying elsewhere obtain our list
of exquisite homes for sale on easy terms
In lAurelhuri?t, the show place of Port
land. LAURKLHURST CO., 270i Stark
st. Main 170&. A 1515.
Niftv 7-room home, mahogany and white
enamel finish, plate and art glass, oak
floors, all conveniences, double construc
tion. Royal Court and 41st St., three blks.
north MV carllne. Tabor 2793.
FIRST-CLASS home, 7 rooms, cost S6500,
take $5500; hardwood floors throughout.
Extra fine, new 7-room home. S7000.
Irvington. choice location, bungalow, 6
rooms, Hawthorne Addition, S3500. East
273. W. H. Herdman.
7000 TWO 9-ROOM COLONIAL BUNGA
LOWS (NOB II ILL). EXCLUSIVE DIS
TRICT; EVERY MODERN CONVENI
FRANK L. McGUIRE.
TWO lots, 80x100 feet, 5-room bungalow,
furnace, gas and electricity, garage and
chicken house. $2500, easy terms; 64th st.
and 45th ave. close to Mt. Scott carllne.
John Bain. 57 Spalding bldg.
5-room modern bungalow. 50x100 corner
lot. street imps, paid; price- S2250; lot
alone worth 11500. Geo. T. Moore Co..
FOR SALE Good 7-room nouse, jooxiuu
corner, Portsmoutn auu.; line garuen; n
you have $300 ca.sh. come and ace me; it's
a snap. M. H. Becker. 401 McKay bldg.
7-ROOM house, desirable location, furnace.
fireplace and waanirays, u iiiuniuiain-o
against property, one block from car. Call
53o E. 57th N.
J. P. FINLEY SON.
Progressive Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendants.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main X. A 1599.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Lowest Prices Best Service.
No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other cemeteries.
MARTIN FORBES CO.. Florists. 354
Washington. Main 269; A 126U. Flowers
for all occasions a-tlsllcally arranged.
CLARKE BROS.. Florists. 287 Morrison at.
Main or A 1805. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and Lth. Main 8102. A 116L
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 312L Selling
bldg.. 6th and Alder sts.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP, 245 Alder.
Flowers and designs. Phone Marshall 5922.
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nian. ilaln 7070, A 6095.
East 54. Lady Assistant. C 316o.
WILSON A; ROSS.
Funeral Directors. Inc.
Multnomah at Seventh Street.
" C 1153. WILSON A WILSON. Wdln. 4940.
PIEDMONT UNDERTAKING CO..
Kllllngsworth and Kerby Sts.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
12th and Morrison sts. Main 6133. A 2235.
DUNNING & McENTEE. funeral direct
ors. Broadway and Pine street. Phone
Broadwav 430. A 4538. l.ady attendant.
F S. DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLDEN RULE UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder street. East 52. B 2325.
Belmont at 35th
T. 123S. B 2546
BREEZE & SNOOK
MR. AND MR. 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.
A. R. ZELLER CO.
592 Williams ave.
East 1088. C 1088
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady assistant.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Road. End Riverview
The onlv civilized method of burial.
Snow-white, always dry, sanitary tombs.
Permanent title and endowment; $250 up.
636 Plttock Block. Phone Broadway 351.
FOR SALE 8-room modern plastered house,
comparatively new. finished complete;
houae lived in some, but by owner; fine
residence locality. G 29. Oregonian.
FOR SALE Completely furnished, includ
ing piano and sewing machine, small
5-room cottage, 100x100 corner, $2000;
terms 5720 Powell Valley road, cor. 58th,
A CHANCE FOR SOME ONE 100x100 and
small house on Jarrett St.. 140 feet eas
of Union ave worth $2230; make me offer.
Owner, phone East 3079.
GOOD modern 3-room bungalow. $8S5; $100
cash and $20 per month; near station,
school, church. Inquire G. F. Johnson
Piano Co., 149 Sixth st.
THOROUGHLY modern, 7-room house., with
furnished attic, double garage, nice yard;
will sell furniture if wanted. 265 E, 15th,
corner Madison. Phone East 3008.
FOR SALE Pleasing house, 247 North 24th
st near Marshall. 8 rooms. 2 baths. Office
pli'one Main 3537. Mr. King.
IRVINGTON Modern 8-room residence, hot
water heat, sleeping porch and garage; at
a bargain. Call Main 1769.
FOR SALE Cheap. 5-room cottage. East St.
Johns. See owner, 423 Plttock block.
MODERN bungalow, 5 rooms, near car. Rose
Cltv price $2500: small payment and easy
terms Main 1963. 508-9 Cham, of Com.
HUBBELL & SON. 1421 Sandy, oldest firm
ROSE CITY PARK, can sell you a good
houae cheap. See us first. Tabor 2161.
FOR SALE IDOxloj wltn good 7-room
home, douoie gaiKc, oibl uu ndwinorne.
Price $3275. Terms. Owner. Main 3503.
MODERN 6-rootu bungalow, fireplace, beau
tiful fixtures, near Aiuena car, eivvu,
terms. Dubois, 723 Chamber of Commerce.
SUNNYSIDE 5-rm. cottage, $2250; can bor
row $14I0 on it. -Main gmw.
ROSE CITY PARK bungalow, modern, 5
rooms: only $2250. terms. Mar. 4847.
FINE 7-room house, best locality In Laurel
hurst; take $2500 for equity. Wdln. 3832.
LAURELHURST 8-room modern
price $5300. 14 E. rianoera.
MODERN Richmond bungalow, paved, sew
er, $3000; terms. Owner, 141 East 6'Jth N.