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THE MORNING OltfeGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1918.
OLD STEAMER SOLD
BEFORE SHIP STRIKES WATER BUILDERS PREPARE KEEL BLOCKS FOR THE NEXT CARRIER. TO
RISE ON THE WAYS.
I TICKETS NOW SELLITfG I
AT TICKET OFFICE
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Bailey Gatzert Purchased by
Puget Sound Company.
EARLY DAYS ARE REVIEWED
Vcwl Will Be Taken to Paget Sound
and Probably Will lie Placed In
Operation Between Seattle
.(tattle Is to become ths hailing port
f th. crack sternwheel steamer Bailey
Ga.ts.rt throusjb bar aaia yesterday by
tha Recnlator Una to tha Paget Sound
Nastration Company. The Teasel will
be taken to Puget Sound as soon as aha
can be prepared for tha outside trip,
and tha probabilities are she will be
ntwrated between Seattle and the
In a sense the Bailey Gatzert Is go
ing; back to tha scene of her birth, for
sh was built at Ballard. Wash, In
ll. thoucn mot of hr career has
been on the Columbia River. Prom
New York to San Franclsro and Mont
real to New Orleans the Bailey Gatsert
Is known, for It Is rare that a picture
of the Middle Columbia Ittver Is dis
played but that holding a prominent
place therein Is the speedy vessel,
while If Uncle Sara had aa many sol
diers In Prance today aa the number
cf persons transported on the strainer.
It would make a marked difference In
the array facing the Huns.
Soma children who voyaged on the
clatsert In 12. when she was brought
to Portland to enter the excursion
trade, are parents today, and snany o
tha more sedate Portlanders recollect
their first trip on the Gatsert aa dur
ing their youthful period. Tourist
from all parts of tha world have viewed
river scenery from ber decks aa well,
teaeaer Laaaeheel la 1KM.
Tha original owner of the vessel was
tha Seattle Steam Navigation Trans
portation Company, oraanlsed May 31,
USD, and when launched. November
of that year, she was rated the finest
sternwheeler on Pucet Sound. She was
177. J feet long. 33.3 feet beam and
feet depth of hold. Originally she was
fitted with poppet-valve engines. 22x84
Inches. Only a few trips were made
when she passed Into the hands of the
Columbia River Puget Sound Trans
portation Company, which operated her
between Seattle and Olympla. In 1?2
sha wss brought to Portland and en
tred the excursion trade, but In 189S
she was given her first extensive over
hauling, and went Into service between
Portland and Astoria.
In that servire she alternated with
the steamer Telephone, the fastest
aternwheeler in the world, snd In order
to compete with the O.-W. R. N. for
North Beach patronage her owners
chartered the sldewbeeler Ocean Wave.
The O.-W. R. Jk N. operated the slde-
wbeelr T. J. Potter between Portland
and llwaco and the steamer R. R.
Thompson was on tha Portland-Astoria
route. Those were the days In which
the Telephone and Potter made speed
Seattle Mas Cloaca Deal.
Tha Oatxert blossomed out in the
White Collar line and Regulator line,
also known as The Dalles. Portland
Astoria Navigation Company, and when
purchased by Drake C O'Reilly, April
3. ISIS, bad been owned by the Spo
kane. Portland Seattle Hailroad.
With the Dalles City and the old
steamer Regulator, sbe had been on
the Portland-The Dalles route for
years. Mr. O'Reilly continued her In
the service, following the system of
using the vessel for excursion trips
during the Summer. Fhe was with
drawn In November, also the steamer
Dalles City, and both have been laid
up. Mr. O'Reilly announced early In
the year that it waa unprofitable to
operate tha vessels longer on the mid
The next development was the ar
rival from Seattle early yesterday of
Joshua Green, one of the best-known
steamboat ownera on the Pacific Coast,
and before be returned home last night
the Bailey Gatzert had become his
property. Except for the cabin and
pilothouse, nothing remains of the orig
inal steamer, her hull having been re
placed, as well as the engines and boll
era. but she baa not suffered thereby.
Whistle la atrlklag Fearare.
To steamboat men. aa well aa persons
ashore, the deep-tuned, melodious whir
tie of the Gatzert is among her most
striking features. Keen the young
sters on streets near the waterfront
knew that signal. To the river fra
ternlty It Is a reminder of another
steamer, tha Telephone, for that was
her whistle formerly and frequent at
tempt to duplicate the tones have
Tha Telephone, as rebuilt, was sold
to the Santa Pe Railroad, at San Fran
cisco, about 1904. and after her hard
aervlce aa a ferry there waa dismantled
recently, but even she hss not been lost
altogether, for ber engines and other
gear have been purchased by the Port
of Portland Commission and will be In
stalled in a powerful aternwbeel tow
boat about to be started.
Governor's Engineer Injured.
VICTORIA. R C April . If. M.
Preecr. second engineer of the pacific
Steamehtp Company's liner Governor,
waa taken to a hospital when the boat
arrived here today from San Francisco,
having been struck on the head bv fly
ing debris when an engine cylinder
bruka during tha voyage north.
Tide at Aatarta Wednesday.
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Cascarets Lie-en Liver and Bow
els and Straighten You
Don't Be Bilious Constipated",
Sick. With Breath Bad
and Stomach Sour.
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AS SCHOOXKIt CAPITAIXE GTTNEMER FLOATS. ME1 I,.Y NEW KEEL, INSERT MISS KATHERINE HART, WHO
SHIP TAKES WAVES
Foundation Yards Launch
KATHERINE HART SPONSOR
Steam Auxiliary Schooner Built
for France New Keel I.aJd on
Ways In 6 fi Minutes, Set
Una; Speed Record.
In the launching; of the hull of the
eteam auxiliary schooner Capitaine
Guynemer at noon yesterday, the Foun
dation Company's personnel acquitted
themselves as before, the ship starting
precisely at 13 o'clock and coasting- to
the river aa easily and serenely as
though it waa an everyday matter.
What thrilled tha spectators equally
ae much as the launching was the
speed with which another keel was
laid, the time being six and one-half
minutes, which sets a record.
The Capitaine Guynemer waa the
third ship to vacate a set of ways at
this yard, the Commandant Kolsln bav-
ng been launched March 20 and the
Capitaine Remy March 30. In each
cae the crews raced to establish a
keel-laying mark. W. K. McGregor,
who is foreman of five ways, coached
his men to lay a keel after the Com
mandant Rolsln was floated In about
18 minutes, then Foreman McKay, who
has the other five ways, took the laur
els when the Capitaine Remy waa
floated, by replacing a keel In 16 14
minutes, only to have Foreman Mc
Gregor's crowd take first place yes
terday with 10 minutes to spare. It
Is hinted that the next launching.
about April 19, may aee the time
Miss Katherlne Hart waa sponsor for
the Capitaine Guynemer. the carried
bouquet of red roses and buds. A
bottle of French wine, of the same hue
the roses, waa broken squarely
against the Iron stem of the big schoon
er aa she started from the position in
which she was built. Mine Hart had a
deep Interest In tha success of the
affair, other than her official duty, be
cause of the fact that Charles F.
fwigert. Portland manager of the
plant. Is her uncle.
Theodore Knudson. superintendent of
the yard, who planned and directed the
preceding launchlngs. left It to the
boys' yesterday, having a place on
the platform with Bailey Hipkins. Pa
cific Coaet manager for the Foundation
Company, and Captain K. C. Genereaux.
of the Uureau Veritas and representing
he French government on the ground.
There waa also another highly Inter
ested watcher. Edward Patry. of Paris.
France, chief engineer of the Bureau
Veritas, who Is on an Inspection tour.
He leaves today for Kan Francisco.
Two ships laid down since the first
bull waa floated are already In frame
nd. In spite of the fast work that
haa been done In getting vessels Into
he water, the new shlpa promise to
be completed In short order.
CONCRETE PUS IS PROPOSED
Government Told of Advantages Of
fered for New Industry.
Portland can offer Inducements to
the I'nited States Shipping Board to
warrant the establishment here of one
of two concrete shipbuilding plants
proposed for the Pacific Coast of five
to be established in tha country and
for whl-h $50,009,000 is being asked
Secretary Dodson. of the Chamber of
Commerce. telegraphed the Oregon
Congressional delegation yesterday of
advantages here, such as sand and
gravel, admitted among the best to be
found In the United States; while tufa
rock, said to be 2S to 29 per cent
lighter than gravel. It being a light.
volranlc rock, la to be had on the Co
lumbia River and at Mount AngeL Also
here la a surplus of labor for manning
urh a plant and If more men are re-
ulrrd there will not be bousing prob
lems to meet. The side cut of lumber.
which is obtainable In vast amounts for
making forms for the concrete, la also
feature. In the quality of cement
manufactured In the state the same
lass is obtainable as In California and
in adequate supply.
OAKLAND MAY TOW SOCTH
Rehabilitated Schooner Laden With
Lumber for San Francisco.
Consideration Is being accorded a
proposal to tow the schooner Oakland
to San Francisco behind ' a steam
schooner, so that she will gain time
for the discharge of a lumber cargo
there and the work of loading another
for New Zealand. The vessel left St.
Helens last night for Astoria in tow
of the steamer Henderson, and she will
work mora lumber at the Astoria mu-
iclpal dock for delivery within the
The Oakland la on her first voyage in
about two years, she having been on the
beach' near Xehalem for much of that
time. She was moved across a spit
Into Xehalem Bay and brought here
after repairs were made. Since reach
ing Portland the vessel has been fully
varhaulcd and rerlsgl and 14 de-
, ill I
clared to be far improved over her
condition previous to going ashore.
MORITZ IS TO FLOAT TODAY
Ball Is Seventh Grant Smith Force
Haa Finished Since Febrnary 17.
When the hull of the steamer Moritz
is launched at the Grant Smith-Porter
Ship Company's establishment today It
will be the seventh that force has re
leased from the ways since February
17, and the eighth hull may be In the
water before April 17. Miss M. Isabel
Smith, sister cf Grant Smith, Is to
christen the Vorltz.
The Albina Engine & Machine Works
will float the steel steamer Point Lobos
tomorrow afternoon. he is the sec
ond of the 3600-ton vessels laid down
at that yard and is the fourth hull to
be made ready for launching. There
are more hulls scheduled to leave the
Kays during the next two weeks and It
is doubted if any district in the coun
try will have as many new carriers
overboard for the month when May
ASTORIA FOUNDRY EXPANDS
Marine Iron Works Contracts for
Four Jfew Buildings.
ASTORIA. Or.. April 9. (Special.)
The Astoria Marine Iron Works let
a contract this morning to Palmberg
& Mattson for the erection of four
new buildings on pier 2 of the Port
of Astoria docks. The work is to com
mence at once and the buildings are
to be completed within 35 days or
This extension Is part of the pro
gramme to take care of the Govern
ment contracts secured here for the
completion of the wooden vessels now
being built on the Columbia River. In
this connection the Port of Astoria
has arranged to complete the improve
ment of pier 2 by decking over the
west aide of the wharf and driving a
series of fender piles for the moor-
Ins; of the vessels.
The liner Rose City Bailed last ni'ht for
California harbors, laden to capacity. She
waa detained one extra day in port, part of
tha time being devoted to fumigation, a nyu
tem tha company maintalna with regularity.
There were a number of paseengers aboard
the vessel and Captain Parker expected to
make aa early departure from tha river this
Captain Bleumehan, who is to command
the new steel steamer Weatgate. haa reached
the city from San Francisco. Captain Bleum
ehan has sailed on the Coast and offshore
for a lengthy period and la well known here
becauae of having been chief officer of tha
tanker Richmond. In that capacity he made
aeven voyagea across tha Atlantic into the
war sone. Kara time the Richmond towea
barge No. 95. both laden with oil. and there
were no mtahapa.
reflnlte action haa notbeen taken concern
lnr an Increase anked for by longshoremen
handling deepwater veaaela of from 65 to 85
centa an hour and 31 to 31. 25 overtime. The
feeling among some employera la that In
tha matter of longshoremen's wagea Port
land muat remain on the aame footing aa
Puget Hound. Already many of the long
ahore workers hare entered ahipyards. and if
the erale la not raised It la aald there will
be few of the experienced men left on the
Drvriocking of the Government dredge
Chinook waa accomnllahed yesterday at St.
Johns, and the hull will probably be painted
Reoalra te ths schooner William H. Mar
at on having been finished, sne sniltea yester
day from tha flttlng-out dock of the Coast
Shipbuilding plant to Inman-Poulsen'a to
In a message from K. T. Chamberlain.
Commissioner of Navigation, at Washington,
the Collector of Customs baa been adviaea
that regulatlone In force In English porta to
the effect merchant ahlpa must display their
names on entering are in vogue In French
ports aa welL
On the ateamer Wllavia arriving here yea
terday from Cascade Locke. H. J. Turner,
who waa skipper for a week, relinquished
charge of Orln Shepard. and aha proceeded
to St. Helena,
Last of the lumber cargo of the barken
tlne Charlee F. Crocker went aboard at
Prescott yesterday, and her sailing la post
poned until a full crew la algned.
Three big Scotch marina boilers are aboard
the ateamer Johan Poulaen. at West port,
which the Willamette Iron a- Steel Works
haa completed for the Union Iron Worka. at
San Francisco, and tha veasel will probably
aall tonight. Three boilers were taken south
by the veaael last month.
To assist the ateamer Lurllne on the Port-land-Aatorla
route, the ateamer Undine was
sent out yesterday. Captain Hosford. man
ager of the Harktna line, acting aa skipper.
W. E. Hauaer, ef New Tork. interested In
the Grant Smith-Porter Ship Company, la In
the elty on a business trip. He la a brother
of Eric V. Hauaer, general manager of the
Costa Rica Reaches Port.
A PACIFIC PORT. April . The
steamer Costa Rica, reported in distress
and in danger of sinking In a gale
several daya ago. reached a Paciflo
port early today In tow of a tug, according-
to advices received here.
Movements of Vessels.
TORTLAND, April 9. Sailed Steamers
Rose City, for San Francisco and San Pa.
dro: W. F. Herxin, for Gavlota: achooner
Oakland, from St. Helena, for San Fran
ciaco. ASTORIA. April . Arrived down at 9 A.
M. Schooner Samar. Sailed at 11 A. M.
Steamer Beaver, from San Pedro for Port
land. EUREKA. April 9. Arrived at 10 A. M.
Barge C. B. Kenney In tow tug Relief,
FI A TTI. K. April 9. Arrived Fteamera
Governor, from San Diego; Rainier, from
San Franclaco. Departed Staamera Skag
way, tor Southwestern Alaska; Argyll, for
San Franclaco; Queen, for San Diego.
Colambia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. April . Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M.: Sea. smooth; wind, north
weal. 13 miles. I
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LOCAL FIRM'S BID LOW
DIXWIDDIE COMPANY TO BUILD
NEW GRAI E LEVATOR.
Contract Awarded on Bid ef S98M0.
CoastraeHoa of Building to Begin
Wlthla Twenty Days.
To the Dinwiddle Construction Com
pany, of this city, was yesterday
awarded a contract for the erection of
Portland's 1,000, 000-bunhel grain ele
vator on a bid of 3688,900. Work is
to commence in20 days and be com
pleted in 225 days. . ,
The Dlnwlddie tender was remarka
bly low compared with two others re
ceived, Grant Smith & Co. having filed
bid of 3798.383 and Barnett & Record
Company's figure was 3800,000. The
atter firm is of Minneapolis. The
successful bid was accompanied by a
check for 338,000, and after the Com
mission of Public Docks had considered
them. Commissioner Selling moved that
the Dinwiddie Interests be awarded
the contract, which was passed, sub
ject to the usual procedure of re
ferring the documents to City Attor-1
new LaRoche for approval.
At Portland the Dinwiddie Construc
tion Company erected the Northwestern
National Bank building and the Jour
nal building. The company also has
completed cantonments at Fort Stevens
and Mare Island, and at San Fran
cisco built the Sperry flour mill and
the Emporium building, and is now
engaged in the erection of the New
hall building there.
Grant Smith & Co., which has com
pleted the excavatfon for the eleva
tor at the St. Johns terminal site, also
has a contract for driving the founda
tion piling- and It is hoped to carry
that along with greater speed, so there
will be no delay when the Dinwiddle
force is ready to begin operations.
In connection with the call for bids
the Commission of Public Docks pro
vided that a bond be filed by the suc
cessful contractor In the full amount
of his bids. As ait incentive for rapid
work the Commission has provided
that a bonus of 3300 a day be paid
for every day gained under the con
tract time, the total bonus not to ex
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
ASTORIA. Or., April 9. (Special.) With
a cargo of fuel oil for Aatoria and Portland,
the tank steamer Oleum arrived at 5:15 this
afternoon from California.
The schooner Samar, lumber laden for the
West Coast, arrived from Portland at 10
o'clock last evening and will go to sea to
morrow. After dlscharjrlns; fuel oil here and at
Portland the tank steamer Atlas, towing
barge No. 03, sailed at 11 o'clock for Cali
fornia. The motor schooner Evelyn, recently buflt
at the McEachem yards. Is ready to pro
ceed to Portland so soon aa her anchors
After taking; on lumber at Knappton and
the Hammond mill, the steam schooner
Trinidad aAlled at 3 o'clock for Stella to
take on a deckload of piling.
COOS BAT, Or., April 9. (Special.) The
Bontta Juarez, In tow of tug 39, from San
Francisco, arrlced at 8 o'clock in ballast.
The Johanna Smith left for San Francisco
at 8 this A. M.
SEATTLE. Wash., April 0. The new
power schooner Peronne. sixth vessel built
bv the Puget Sound Bridge A Dredging
Company for the French, was launched suc
cessfully from the ways at that plant this
afternoon. The Peronne is the last of the
French contracts held by this yard, though
two vessels of a similar type with some
modifications are on the ways and may be
purchased by them. On the other vacated
ways at this yard keels have been laid for
the 8000-ton type of steamship contracted
for by the Ltnlted states Shipping Board.
Hydrographic Office Notice.
The following; information haa been re
ceived from tha Agency of Marine and Fish
eries, victoria, d. c:
Manners are advised that the black ntat-
rorm ouoy at tn entrance to Nantlmo Har
bor, known as the entrance buoy No. 1, has
been moved and is now moored In 25 feet
of water 230 feet north. 85 degrees west.
magnetic, from the harbor entrance aaa buoy
COMMANDER E. F. ECKHAKDT.
U. S. Navy, Retired.
Per Oscar W. Schwarx. Nautical Expert.
U. S. N.
V. S. Naval Radio Reports.
(All locations ere- given at 8 F. M. yes
terday nnlee sot her wise stated.)
HORACE X. BAXTER, Bellingham for
San Pedro, 355 miles from Bellingham.
YOSEMITE, Port Ludlow for San Fran
claco, 1H8 miles south of Cape-Flattery.
MOFFETT, Can Franclaco for Puget Sound.
200 miles north of Richmond.
WAHKEENA, St. Helena for San Pedro,
five miles north of Blunts Reef.
ADMIRAL DEWEY, Seattle for San Fran
cisco. 00 miles from San Francisco.
ANYOX, towing- Henry Villard. north
bound. 30 mllea west of Cape St. Ellas, 4 P.
ADMIRAL FARRAGUT. anchored at Ko-
dlak. stormbound. 8 P. M- 8th.
STEAMER SPOKANE left Kake for Sagi
naw Bay, northbound, 4 A. M.. 9th.
C. A. SMITH, in tow ot tut 'lye uooa
Bay for San Francisco, 59 milea north of San
LYMAN STEWART, San Luis for Vancou
ver. 8aO miles from Vancouver.
Some Orchestra-- Some Floor
Will Make loi Welcome
SECOND AD MORRISON
X. I) Grand Spring Carnival
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TTTJTT Braway at Taylor
XlJClXHj Mala l and A 1133
3 Beg?.HnT-B Tomorrow
Special Price Matinee Saturday
August Pitou (Inc.) Presents
America's Foremost Comedienne
Supported by a Splendid Cast In the
A LITTLE BIT' OLD-FASHIONED
EVENINGS Floor, I1.5T). Balcony,
J 1.00, 75c, 50c Gallery. 50c
SAT. MAT. Floor. $1.00. Balcony,
$1.00, 75c 50c Gallery, 50c
-I CITY or'ders REC'D N0WI-.
HEII.IGwaw.XEXT WEEK '
Special Price Matinee Saturday.
. In His Latest Comedy Success '
EVE'S Floor. 32. Bal 31.50. 31. 75c.
50c Gal.. 50c. SAT. MAT. Floor, J
75c, 50c GaL, 60c
Add 10 War Tax to Above Prices
Inclose self-addressed, stamped en
velope to help insure safe return.
Bargain Mat. Today, 2Se only.
All Week. Matinee Sat.
Frederick Ballard's great Western
An tnstantanettus hit. - First time m
stock. Romance, comedy and love,
Prlcea: ?5c, SOo. 75c. Sat. Mat,' 25c,
50c Next Week, "Salomy Jane."
LEOXA LA MAR, the Girl With the Thou
sand Eyes; Count Perrone, assisted by Miss
Trix Oliver; Loner Haskell; DIG AN & RAT
MOXD; Tasma Trio; B rod ran ft Sllvermoon;
"OA NT AGE
2i MAT. U AIL. Y 2:30 fv
Leo Greenwood and Company of 10 in
Bix Other Big Acts.
Three Performances Sally. Night Curtain
at 7 and a.
Hat. Dally at 2:30. Nights Start 7:30.
All Weekday Mats. Now 10c Only.
Thla week. Dillon A Franks in
"THE ISLE OF JOY."
Laughter, music and pretty girls.
Fatty Arbuckle's Latest Comedy,
"The Bell Boy."
Thursday night. Ladles' Souvenir Spoons
Free; Friday, Chorus Glrlr Contest.
Thnrwday, Friday, Saturday
Wm, Fox Presents
The Girl of a Thousand Emotions
"A Branded Soul"
A Stirring Drama of the Oil
Fields with Action Galore.
Snow Ao. 45
One of the Best Offerings of the
5 HIGH-CLASS ACTS 5
A Big Comedy Show.
WEEK PAY MATIXEES 1Q
Note: Children under 10 free
at matinees when accompanied by
parents, except Saturday, Sunday
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
AUCTION TOD AT.
At Mrs. Patterson's. 213 10th St., cor. Sal
mon st. Furniture, carpets, etc. bale at
10 A, M. Geo. Baker & Co., Auctioneers.
At Wilson's Auctloi. House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. 169-171 Second st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems.
claw plus and medals. 810 Washington sc.
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HTITCHINi- PLEATING, ALL LAT
EST STYLES. EASTERN NOVELTY CO..
IVF.IFTH ST- BETWEEN OAK AND
STARK STS. BROADWAY iiOOU.
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping-, ac
coralon side pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders. 21 Pittock block. Broadway lWK.
AGATE CCTTEHS AND MFG. JEWELERS.
AGATES cut and
polished; jewelry and
Millers. 343 H ash su
ASSATKKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Polo, silver and platinum bought.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We buy
and aell all kinda barber supplies. 250 2d.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1903.
lull ruga and rag ruga woven, all aizes.
East 8th and Taylor, iiast U3St). B 1-S0.
L. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
812 Morgan bldg. Marshall 614S.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
887 Washington. Broadway 434, A 1254.
CHIROPODISTS AND AKCH SPECIALISTS.
WILLIAM, Estells and Florelle DeVeny. the
acienLiiic cnirupodists ana arcn aptt
clalista In the city. Parlors 302 Gerlinser
bldg., southwest corner Second and Aider.
rnuae Alain 1301.
BPVK PEOPLE: Dr. McMahon. Portland. 100
per cent chiropractic specialist. That's
why I never have to employ orugs. oper
ations, vibrators, violet rays, electricity,
beat, light and other Joss-house stunts. I
remove the cause of disease quickly, aure
ly and leas expensively. Tickets, 31 ad
justments, Ilf; seven, J 5. Call, phone or
write, jjaily convincing doubling laomases.
CRANE LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
oa. lou leters multlgrapned. Sl.ou.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1790.
No collections, no charge; established lttOU.
MANCHESTER DANCING ACADEMY, 88 H
Fifth st. Get in line for Summer dancing;
10 private lessons $5. Hours 10 A. M. to
9:30 P. M. Bd. 232T. We teach you right.
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL Dan
cing taught in all its branches; private,
day or eve. classes, Tues. and Fri., 8-10,
assembly after. 388 "4 Wash. Main 8205.
K.Ra FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private instruction; classes
Mon., Thurs., 8 to 10. 109 2d St.. bet.
Wash, and Stark. Main 2100.
E. B. BIKKENBEUEL,, S03 Oregonian bldg.
Main 660. Res., Sellwood 2301.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casseday, specialist; glasses fitted.
70S E. uurnslde, cor. zutn. a lawa, tu.
FLUFF RUGS AND RAG RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axmlnster rag
rugs, all sizes; mall order prompt; booklet,
fix! 2 Hi... Steam or 1IT Cleaned. Sl.25
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
WESTERN FLUFF RTO CO.,
64-E6 Union Ave. N. East 6518, B 1475.
FLUFF BUG AND RAG KUG FACTORY.
NORTHWEST RUG CO., .established 1903.
Fluff rugs and rag rugs woven, all sizes.
East 8th and Taylor. East 35S0. B 1280.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
AUTO TOP CO.
N ' 1 14th and Couch
DUBRU jjUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldg.
DRY M)ODS NOTIONS.
L. DINKELSPIEL C0.4S7Norrd.re1e,e
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO., 53-56 Front St.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCAKA BARK.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front St.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sta
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL, NO.
11. R. AND S. M.. will con
fer the super-excellent degree
today (Wednesday) evening
April 10, before the grand coun
cil in annual assembly at
Salem. Or. Snecial train will
eavo Tenth and Alder streets at 4:30 P. M.
Wednesday and will arrive back in Port
land in time to catch last streetcars. Round
trin fare, including war tax, SI. 50. All R.
and S. M. are invited either to witness the
degree or receive It as candidates.
1. ij. auvii, ivecoruer.
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL, NO.
11. R. AND S. M.. will con
fer the super-excellent degree
tnmnrmw ( Wednesday even
Jng, April 10, before the grand
council in annual assembly a
Salem. Or. SDeclal train wil
leave Tenth and Alder streets at 4:3J P. M.
Wednesday and will arrive back in Port
land'ln time to catch last streetcars. Round
trip fare, including war tax, 451. uO. All R.
and S. M. are Invited either to witness the
degree or receive it as candidates.
MOTTJCT TABOR LODGE. NO,
42. A. F. AND A. 31. Stated
communication this (Wednes
day) evening 7:30 o'clock. West
Side Temple. F. C. degree. Visit
ing brethren wercomo.
E. L. CLINE. W. M.
No. 1, Knights Templar, will
give a complimentary enter
tainment Thursday evening
in their asylum at 8 P. M. to
k. eA ii hv. xarrlq arirl refreshments. AH
Makotih and tnelr ladies mvnea. ah o.
King. its requested to wear unirorm ana
bring a Masonic friend. By order of the
No 2227, KNIGHTS AND
LADIES OF SECURITY Big
open meeting next unaay,
April 12, 8:30 P M. Swiss
Hall. Third and Jefferson
rarrls "500." Entertainment.
Dancing. Hoch & Berry's
union music . Good prizes.
Admission 15 cents.
Tou and your friends are Invited to come
for a good ume.
B. P. O. ELKS. NO. 142
Members are requested to
meet at the undertaking par
lors oi J. iJ- r lniey & &on
this (Wednesday) afternoon,
3 o'clock, to attend the fu
neral services of our late
brother, George J. Blodgetc
Visiting brothers invited tc
attend. By order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAtTLDING. Sec.
T. C. REICHLE, C. of R.
REDMEN. ATTENTION The
members of Willamette Tribe.
No. 6. and all Red men In our
city, will assemble at the Lib
erty Temple, 6th and Morrison,
tonight (Wed), at 8:15, together
with other fraternities, in the
cause of freedom for democracy.
In F. F. and C.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
291, L. O. O. M. Regular
meeting Moose Temple. 4th
and Taylor, at 8 o clock
every Wednesday evening.
J. F. KENNEDY,
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.
18, R. A- M. Regular convoca
tion this (Wednesday) evening.
East Eighth and Burnside streets,
7 -30 o'clock. Visitors welcome.
By order E. H. P., Social.
ROY QUACKENBUSH, Sec.
REGULAR meeting this
.HTL0Dg (Wednesday) evening. E.
CtJ? fcL Sixth and Alder streets.
visitors cordially invited.
O. C. STARR. N. G.
W. W. TERRY. Sec
SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 2,
I. O. O. F. Regular meeting
tonight (Wednesday), at 8 P.
M., at L O. O. K. Temple, 226
Alder st. Third degree. Visi
tors always welcome.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins;
new design. Jaeger Bros.. 131-S 6th at.
ROTTED cow and horse manure,
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
Engineers, founders, machinists, boller
maiters. boiler and blacksmith shop. Or
lice and works, HawUiorua eve. aud East
Third at. '
183 4th at., bet. Yamhill Tay
lor. All kinda of fiowera. bedding
and Vegetable plants, garden aeeds.
This month, special, Easter Illy,
cut daffodlla. pansiea. eto Japon
ATioiia Azalea. Wistaria.
llowenug cherry, holly trees, tuba.
OREGON Conservatory (school) ot Musi a,
2d floor Russell bid-, (over the "Lloa").
entrance 163 ft 4th at., cor, oi jnon uwu.
PARKER School of Popular Music. Terms, S
to 20 lessons. 401-2 Ellera bldg
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Seyoik. 207 Fliedner bldg. Bcwy. 1629.
OPTIMETR1STS AND OPTICIANS.
WHV PAT MORE?
A SAVING from 30 to 60 per cent.
Properly fitted glasses as low aa
. $1.50. 4000 satisfied customera.
t ,. ,t fuurunla.il Phu. W. GOOd-
man, optometrist, 201. Morrison. Main 2124.
G. W. RILEY.
Painter and Decorator,
ft. G. WRIGHT 22 yeara' experience. U.
and foreign patent. 601 Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. 905 Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, female disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach. liver, kidneys. bowels,
throat, goitre, scalp, high blood pressure.
DR. FLORA A. BROWN, goitre and diseases
of women. 700 E. Burnaide. cor. 20th St.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
Stark-Davis Co., 212 8d at. Main 7P7.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Ganteubeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 109 a Front at.,
corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
THE IVY PRESS,
882 Stark St.
Broadway 408, A 4088.
DL.HU1IMI' F. W. BALTES & COMPANY,
rnlll I aj 1st and Oak sta. Main 165. A 1165
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES, 404 Wilcox bldg.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods 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 Sta. Broadway 51)6. A 1996.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Glisan sL.
corner 18th. Telephone Broadway 1281 or
A 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest Insurance ratea In the city.
MADISON--ST."DOCK & WAREHOUSE. Of
fice 189 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents, jimuq
CUT freight rates to ail points on household
goods. Manning Warehouse & Transfer
Co., 9th and Hoyt- Broadway 703.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRaJSS tR CO,
105 Park St- Main 5195. A 105L
4-FT SLABWOOD, partly dry, $4 a cord,
for Summer delivery. Address National
Fuel Co.. East 2041.
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD, block wood.
Panama Fuel Co.. East 72. B 2889.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STE.M SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
BVEHDINO & FARRELL, 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
MILLER Wall Paper & Pt. Co.. 172 1st St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d St.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily ana euuday.
One time 1
fcatue ad two consecutive times. 2a
bame ed three consecutive times SUV
aame ad six or sevea consecutive times.. 6te
itae above rates appiy to advertisement
ander "New Today" and all oilier ciassiUca
liuus except the following:
J or JAent Kooins 1'rivate Fatnlllea.
Board aud itooms 1'rivate t amities.
Housekeeping Kooms Private t amiliea.
Jiatea on the above classifications are I
Cents a line each lusertiun.
Xfae Oregonian will accept classified ad
vertibemects over the telephone, provided
the advertiser Is a subscriber to either phone.
N o price will be q uoted over the phone,
but bill will be rendered the following day.
The Oregonian will not he responsible for
errors in ad vertisenients taken over tele
phone. Whether subsequent advertisements
will be accepted over the phone depend
upon the promptness of payment of tele
pnone advertisements. "Situations Wanted"
and Personal" advertisements will not be
accepted nver the telephone. Orders for on
insertion only will be accepted for "Furni
ture for bale," "Business Opportunities,"-".Rooming-houses"
and "Wanted to Kent.
affect the valuo of the advertisement.
Serious error In advertisements will be
rectified by republication without additional
charge, but such republication will not be
made where the error doe not materially
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office. Room 153 Courthouse, 6th Si.
Phone from 8 to 5, Main 378, Home Phone A
2625. Night call after office hours. Main 210.
Report all cases of cruelty to the above ad
dress. Electric lethal chamber for small ani
mals. Horse ambulance for sick and disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone desir
ing a dog or other pet communicate with us.
Call for all lost or strayed stock, as we look
after all Impounding. There is no mora city
pound. Just uregon nuimtmi awv.,..
HANSEN In this city, at hia late residence.
60S E. th St- a.. April it. X. naiiB.ii, ascu
67 years, husband of Mrs. Matthea Han
sen, father of Mrs. Cora Ellstrom and
brother of B. Hansen, all of this city. The
remains are at the residence establishment
of J. P. Ftnley & Son, Montgomery a( 5th.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
NEW At St. Francis Hospital. San Fran
cisco, of pneumonia, April v. j. iuaiey
New, son of Mrs. Alice E. New, of Port
land, and brother of Charles H. New. of
Seattle, and Miss Helen New, of Portland.
Seattle and San Francisco papers please
copy. Funeral notice later.
BUSH At 88 East Seventy-second street
North, April , tullzaDem cuau, .bcu
years The remains are at the residence
funeral parlors of Walter C. Kenworthy.
1532 and 1534 East Thirteenth street,
Sellwood. Notice of funeral later.
MERTEN In this city, April , aietnias
Merten, agea oo jrem., i.. nMv.
Thirteenth street North. The remains are
at the residence eatablishmnt of J. P.
Finlt-y & Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
KLTJM At the residence or his son, od.i
Dekum avenut, nimm
aged 67 years, beloved father of Claud
and Amy Klum. Remains in care of the
Chambers-Kenworthy Company. 1111 Kerby
at Emerson. Funeral notice later.
CRAWFORD In this city, April 9. at the
family resiaence, oxi oceiucuiim
Reuben Crawford, aged 8 years. Remains
at Holman's funeral parlors. Funeral an
nouncement later. .
HATCHER In this city, April 9. James v.
Hatcner, ago v j..
Frank E. Hatcher. Notice of funeral later.
Remains are at the parlors of Miller &
TYSIL.INO April 9. John Tysillne. sged 48
years, oelovea nusoaua ui mis a.iii
Tyslling. Remains at Dumifng & McLn
tee's parlors. Notice of funeral later.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-266 4th
St.. opposite iity xiau. iu" uuu. -Neu
& Sons for memorials.
ITT TMItP ST MADI5QN .STREET