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THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918.
TO TACOK SIDE
Statements Made to Prove
Mountain Should Not Be
SICADE NARRATES LEGEND
W. Wall in Address Appeals for
Justice for His City and A. H.
Denmark Contributes Pho
Mazaraas of Portland assembled last
night at Library Hall, heard the Ta
coma argument for the calling of Mount
Tacoma, or Mount Rainier, by the for
mer appellation, which was g-iven it in
legendary days by the redmen.
Appearing for the Chamber of Com
merce, of Tacoma, In behalf of the
name Mount Tacoma, were Henry Si
cade, an educated Indian of ,Ahe Nis
fiually tribe, S. W. Wall, a Tacoma
newspaper man, and A. H. Denman, a
photographer of that city, who illus
trated the talks with views of the
Rivalry between Tacoma and Seattle
anent the name has long been rife, the
latter city maintaining that it should
be Mount Rainier, as it is commonly
designated on the map a contention
which was recently supported by the
National Geographical Society, on the
ground that more than a century of
use had established it.
Indian Name Advocated.
tacoma, on the . contrary, asseris
that the peak should be known by the
name the Indians used, long before
Captain George Vancouver, the British
explorer, in 17D3 christened it as Mount
In discussing the Indian origin of the
name Tacoma, as given the peak, Mr.
Sicade dwelt interestingly upon the
legends of his people, affording in
stances of the dim and distant christen
ing of tribes, and of places, rivers,
lakes .and mountain ranges.
"My adopted tribe, the Puyallups,
got their name from the plains peo
ple," he said, "because they Were quite
generous and gave more than was
needed. Tuogh,' pile up, add mone, or
running over; allup, people. The
aboriginal' people were quit original
In their ways.'1-
Of the origin of the name Tacoma,
as applied to the peak, Mr. Sicade re
lated several legends-, handed down
through the generations and obtained
by him from venerable members of
Indian Legend Related.
"There is on the western slope of
Mount Tacoma," said Mr. Sicade. "a
little valley, rich in nature's gifts of
berries, game and fish. This place was
the real Tiswauk, inhabited by & small
band of natives, called Tishwaukmuch,
meanine people of that vicinity.
"There lived and gre up a beauti
ful young woman before the mountain
existed. This young woman was be
trothed to a brave of- the Olympic
Peninsula, who already had a wife.
The vounfr wife was Jealous of the
other wife, and their rivalry grew bit
ter. At last the young woman
scratched the face of her rival.. The
brave Interfered, and he, too, got
"The young woman prepared to
leave for good, taking her son along.
' and also a liberal supply of dried fish.
When about ready to pull away in their
canoe, the young mother exclaimed to
the boy: "Tacoma! meaning TJon t tor
get to take the snow water along!'
Krora that exclamation ehe was called
, Wife Turned Into mountain.
Later the wife returned in repent
ance, but the displeasure of the "Great
Changer" sought her out and she was
transformed to the mountain, with her
son appearing as the hump on the
southwestern face of the peak.
"The brave, for his share in the in-'
telicity, was changed to part of the
Olympic range, and fissures In the rock
are still pointed to by grandsires of
the tribes as the finger furrows of the
"In coming here, I feel that I have
broken faith with my people, who once
dominated the Western Hemisphere,
said Mr. Sicade. in conclusion. "All is
now yours, and why dispute o-et
name? But I must keep In mind that
my adopted city, which has taken an
aboriginal name, has honored me by
asking me to appear before you to do
my humble part for them.
"I want to thank you, you, the Amer
ican, people, for . haying perpetuated
aboriginal names. I shall not worry
nor question your good Judgment for
Just-Ice if left to your decision."
At the conclusion of his address, tiie
audience tendered a rising vote- of
thanks t Mr. Sicade.
Wall Appeals for Justice.
Mr. Wall, who has led the fight, for
the naming of the peak as Tacoma,
and who has been indefatigable in
the collection of evidence and the pre
eentation of the case before geographi
cal authorities, reviewed the fight
waged by Tacoma for recognition o
the Indian term, and appealed for
The Mazamas were recently request
ed by New York geographers and
mountaineers to investigate the merits
of the rival claims. It is probable tVia
the Seattle argument for Mount Rai
nier will be presented in the near fu
Thou Rh the Issue Is open at present,
the Mazamas indicate that they will
In Three Weeks by Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. Cost $1.25.
"Blisters bioke out on my limbs
from my hips down to my toes, and
iney ran into j eoiia icu
eruption. The itching was
awful so that I could not
sleep or walk. I could
hardly bear anything on
my limbs, and I was in
bed for two or three
weeks. I was not able to
do anv work.
"Then I used Cuticura Soap and
Ointrr.ent afld I was healed in three
weeks with two boxes of Cuticura
Ointment and one cake of Cuticura
Soap." (Signed) C. G. Smith, 3511
Sisson Ave., E. San Diego, Calif.
For hair and skin health Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are supreme.
Rimttle F.flh Frc H-tr Mail. Address OOSt-
eard: "Cuticura, Dept. H, Bmton." Sold
everywhere. Soap 25c Ointment 25 and 50c
AWFUL ITCHY SKIN
make some recommendation Vhen the
evidence has all been presented.
JUNE BRIDES BEGIN DRIVE
Multnomah Countys Ofricial Cupid
Issues 18 Licenses in Day.
Deputy County Clerk McGrew, of
ficial "Cupid" for Multnomah County,
yesterday experienced his first drive of
June brides. When the office closed at
5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, he had
issued licenses to 18 couples. Indi
cations are favorable to a plentiful
crop before the month ends. The fol
lowing couples were served by Mr.
, .KKAUSB-HABEKOST Herman Krauie.
Tualatin. Or., uud Louisa Habekost, 41,
40 Fremont street.
JOHNS-MOORE Abraham L. Johns, 24,
oi2 Jh.ast 'Tenth street, and Fourtnie K.
Moore, 24, same address.
ANDERSON-ELLIOTT Carl J. And
20. Astoria, Or., and Bertha E. Eliot
nam noiei, Cliy.
SHELLEXBEHGERLARK Floyd R.
Sneilenberfrer, legal, Multnomah, Or. and
Myrtle Pearl Cla.rU, legal. Lents, Or.
G1ESE-KOMAN L. L. Oiese. legal.
Gresham. Or., and Wlnnifred B. Roman,
legal, name address.
MARTIN-PJSTTEKSC.' G. Martin. 22,
S5o Harrison street, and Alice Petterson.
22, 341 Washington street.
ANTOXE-6TELZ1G Frederick Antone.
22. St. Helens, Or., and Clara Stelzig, 22,
148 East Sumner street.
FEN N ELL-BK OWN Edward J. Fennell,
28, 103V East Nineteenth street, and Cora
O. Brown, 2S. same address. v
WILLER-glGEL Sol Miller, 33 203 East
First street, and Violet tiigel. ID. 683 Fifth
LARSOX-HEKRICKSOK I71t1V TJ V.
Larson, legal, 60S Savier street, and Hilda
Henrlcitson, legal, 814 East Twenty-
MLLruKD-STOrTERS Millard O. Mul-
ford. 31, 421 Tillamook street, and Bertha
Storters. 22, 332 East Fifteenth street North.
LANGLE 1 --M ATH1SON William E. Lans-
ley, legal. Falrvlew, and Mary R. Mathlson,
legal, 713 Powell street.
SMAKi-siOLEI Gordon A. Smart. 84.
411 Montgomery street, and Ida Boley, 2ty
102 Cook avenue.
YEZERSKI-ADAMSKI Izador T. Yezer-
ski, 33. S2U Curry street, and Agatha V.
Adamskl, legal, sl'0 Minnesota avenue.
KNUTSON-CHIRKLEY Gilbert Knutson.
2B, 121 East Twrnty-eignth street, and
.Myrtle t.-iirlcley. legal. S02 Buchanan street.
JOHNSON-REYNOLDS Lewis Johnson.
35. 203 East Fifty-second street, and Gladys
p. Reynolds, legal, J4U4 Rodney avenue.
EGAN-SCHABERT John Eran. 20. RltZ
vine. Wash., and Susan Schabert, 18, 416
TRATLOR-WILLIAmh Bradford Tray
r, 32. Centralla. Wash., and Maude 'Will
iams, 27. Golden West Hotel, city.
PACIFIC EXERCISES SET
Commencement to Begin at Xcw-
berg College Saturday.
NEWBERG, Or., June 5. (Special. )
The exercises of the 26th annual com
mencement of Pacific College will be
gin Saturday evening of this week with
the concert by the faculty of the School
of Music The baccalaureate sermon
wilLbe preachedas usual, by the presi
dent of the college, Levi T. Pennington,
June 9, and in the Cvenirrg the annual
address to the college Christian asso
ciations will be given by Paul J.
Class day will be Monday and on
Tuesday afternoon will occur the grad
uating exercises for the academy with
the addressJVby Dr. Robert E. Pretlow.
Tuesday evening the alumni will give
their public programme.
Commencement will be Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock with the address
delivered by Dr. Charles E. Tebbetta.
FREDERICK BLOHM IS DEAD
Well-Known Minister of Northwest
- Passes In Portland.
Frederick K. Blohm. who died in
Portland Monday, was one of the well
known retired Presbyterian ministers
of the Northwest, having at one time
been pastoV of the "Westminster Church
at Salt Lake. He was ordained by. the
Presbytery' of Utah and had been en
gaged in church work since he was 12
Mr. Blohm was born In 'Denmark In
1S52, but came to the United States
when he was 22, and was naturalized
as soon as possible. He leaves a widow
by a second marriage, and nine chil
dren, of whom three resulted from the
Pacific Coast Shipping Note.
ASTORIA. Or.. June B. fS-oeclal.t Thm
hull of the new emergency fleet stehmer
Quoque that was "recently built at the Wil
son yards was shifted last night to the Port
dock -where her machinery will be Installed
by the Astoria Marine Iron Works.
Bringln-r frelcht for Portland the ntMm
schooner Daisy Freeman arrived at 7:ld this
morning from San Francisco. ,
The new steamer Western CitT arrived
from Portland at 10:30 this morning and
went outside for her trial run. Returning
after a successful run she left for Portland
t 8:15 this afternoon.
The steam schooner Trinidad Is due from
San Pedro to take on a hold cargo of lum
ber at the Hammond mill and a deckload of
piling at Stella.
COOS BAT. Or.. June 0. (Special.) The
steam schooner Hardy, which finished
lumber cargo yesterday afternoon, sailed for
tsan .Francisco at B In the evening.
Completing her cargo of general freie-hr.
ins gasoline schooner Delia sailed last night
ior typDQ-roum on -jtogue River at H:.3Q.
vewly repaired. the- steam schooner
Martha Buehner sailed for San Francisco
witn a mmner cargo from the Smith mills.
w. A. f-annon, of the San Francisco
district. United States Shipping Board, has
made Investigation here to learn why loggers
m-icrs supposed to do in exempst-d
classes nave not been so recorded. Men are
being taken from both camps and shipyards
in. the present draft and Mrt Fannon states
ino cnanse win oe regulated.
DAIII", METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, June T,! Maximum tern per
arure. Hi degrees: minimum. 60 degrees
mver reading. K A. sr.. It. 6 feet; change in
last 24 hours, none. Total rainfall 5 p. M,
V lutai rainiau since Hep
temper l. iaii, 37. km Inches; normal, 42.46
mint--,, uriiL-icm., .iii inrnes. sunrise, 5:21
nuuBui. n-.t jr. 31. -j.otal sunshine.
13 hours 40 minutes: possible. 15 hours 37
iiiuiuwo. n-uii-me, a. ai. : moonset
ai.ify -i'. m. i-ceiative humidity at noon. 36
I t si
5 ' " c
3 3 3
2 -a I v
5 3 :l
s t :
Ies Molnea .
Helena . . .
SSiO.0" 121 W
two. 14 . .
CO jO. 001. .
. .In. noi. .
T J UUCdU
I Kansas City .
T2i8;0.0O . .
L.os Angeles .
Med ford . .
North lioad .
70 0.00 lB N
92 0. 001 calm
Koseburg . . . .
Spokane . . . . .
94 H.OOI. . NW
fiiro.oo . .w
K2 0.00I. .W
S- 0.00 . . B
BH O.OIli. . 8
A. M. today: P. Ms report preceding day.
Portland and vicinity Fair and rnn'r
probably showers: winds becoming southerly.
uregon onowers ana cooler: continuec
-jvarmvin east portion and fair la west por
tion. Winds becomln-f southerly.
WahlnRton Probably fair; continued
wirm in east portion: grentie nortneny winds.
Idaho f air ana continued warm.
DWABD I YtfiLO-S iIstco-olciJt.
RIVER SURVEY MADE
Revival of Water Transporta
tion Being Considered.
NATIOJM NOW INTERESTED
Increased Railroad Rates Afford
Higher Differential to Steam-"
Boat Lines and May Result
In Much Traffic Diverted.
Revival of water transportation on
the Upper Willamette and Upper Co
lumbia and Snake rivers Is concerning
the Waterway Commission at Wash
ington, of which General Black, chief
of engineers Corps of Kngineers, U. S.
A., is chairman, and In connection with
the Willamette River route between
Portland and Corvallis a minute survey
Is to be undertaken to ascertain ter
minal conditions at various "points.
The survey is to be made personally
by Colonel Zlnn., Corps of Engineers,
U. S. A., in charge -of the First vnd
Seaond Portland districts, with E. B.
Thomson, assistant engineer of the
second Ulstrlct, and will be started to
day. They will leave the city by rail
road this morning and board the Gov
ernment launch Salem on" arrival at
Corvallis, proceeding down stream to
night as far as Salem. It is Intended
to resume the journey-tomorrow morn
ing bo as to reach here by night.
Lack of Patronasre Chanced.
The recent withdrawal of the serv
ice of the Oregon City Transportation
Company between Portland and Cor
vallis, a step charged to lack of pat
ronage and increased operating costs,
following only a comparatively short
time after the abandonment of the
service between Portland and Upper
Columbia and Snake River cities, has
resulted In special reports being filed
with the Waterways Commission as to
the reason in both instances. Now it is
intended to Ascertain what the terminal
facilities are with the Idea of interest
ing private capital or perhaps public
organizations to undertake the service
as a means of relieving railroad lines
during the war.
A special, study made of the Upper
Willamette River service and the
causes leading to Its discontinuance has
shown that the Oregon City Transpor
tation Company operated on a differ
ential In rates of 4 per cent as com
pared with the railroad lines, whereas
statistics gathered by the Waterways
Commission place the differential in
France at 20 per cent and that is often
ordered by the French government. On
ne Mississippi Klver. it is said, the
ifferential even exceeds that to some
p-rlver points, while the least dlffer-
ntial is about double that which pre-
auea on the Upper Willamette.
New Rati Hates Blojr Help. '
Increased freight rates ordered placed
effect on railroads of the United
btates by the Government will make
the differential on the Upper Wlllam-
tte, assuming there would be no
hange In the steamboat tariff, approxl
matevy 23 per cent. So th argument
made that this should driv u nt
he business Wie steamers could accom
modate, while water rates could be
dvarTced 3 peirhcent above the present
charges and yet a 20 per cent differ
ential would be maintained.
A check made on the operation of
the steamer- Grahamona. during the
ear preceding her withdrawal, credits
her with an average of 85 tons of
ireignt a trip. She has a carrying
capacity of 200 tons and what she
actually carried fafled to pay ex
penses. a deemed demand exists in
ome districts along the Willamette for
resumption or service and Govern
ment Investigation may bring that
HARBOR RULES ARE OUT KOW
Placards Posted as Aid to Small
Craft Operators on River at Night.
'All launches, rowboats. canoes, x-ttl
boats and other small craft running
through the harbor at nigrht are oper.
ated at the risk of the owner thereof,
and th City of Portland ehall not be
held responsible for the ajlon of
(ruarda on the waterfront with respect
to such craft," reads a placard beinsr
posted along the waterfront by Carl
Prehn, acting---Harbormaster. The pla
card sets forth an amended ordinance
that covers the river within the muni
cipal limits during: the war emergency
and is calculated to keep waterfront
industries free of prowlers and curious
ones after dark.
Craft passing: through the harbor
must keep to the center of the eiream.
and are not to stop at any dock or
plant except where special small-craft
landings may be designated. Opera
tors of boats must stop on the com.
mand of .a guard and must obey In
the same way three whistles from the
Harbor Patrol launches. No search
lights are permitted to be used in mak
ing landings and a:t no time will the
taking of photographs be counte
nanced. MARGARET TO BE SCHOOVER
Auxiliary to Hate Jfew Engines and
Then Regalias Former Documents.
Custom-House officials havs an un
usual case to handle in that of the
auxiliary schooner Margaret. the
license of which expires today, for
since reaching port her twin engines
Wave been out of commission and she
Is to be towed to Vancouver. B.
rr tne installation of new engines.
so her class on the voyage will be
that of a schooner. After having the
engines placed she will nroceed to
Seattle fot inspection as an "auxiliary
schooner, so the license she is to sur
render today will probably be for
warded to Seattle to be indorsed for
anotner year ana reissued when she
changes her classification.
Th Margaret was built by the "Mc-
Eachern 8hip Company at Astoria.
having taken the waten there March
3, 1917. and was the second vessel
floated at that plant. She was built
for A. O.-Andersen & Co. and was
sold a few months ago. She has made
one round-trip voyage to the Orient
Halllnr from Newport, to which hirhnr
she Is plying In the service of the spruce forces
ot tne signal corps, tno gasoline schooner
E. L. Smith came In yesterday. -The tu.
oune scnooner noaraer entered from Wald
Harry A. Fuleher. who wns mats aboard
the steamer --. K. Wentworth and left
his berth May 29, before the vessel reached
her dock here, was tried before United
States Steamvessel Inspectors Edwards and
wynn yesterday ana bis . license wss or
dered suspended for a period of flve diva
An officer refusing to continue on dutv whan
a vessel has not completed her voyage comes
within the regulations defining Interference
Their oil cargoes being discharged, the
tanker Atlas and Barge No. 93 left down
last nlfrht on their return to San Francisco.
E. v. Wright, manager of the Mc
Eachern Ship Company, at Astoria, who has
returned from the East and South, says he
does not feel that the yards beyond the
Rockies have any advantages In workman
ship over the western plants, while as to
timber no trunks there is ne comparison
The McEachern plant has a force ot 1400
Through a change made la the schedule
of the McCormlck steamer Klamath she Is
to depart for California ports Mondsir.
Lloyd J. Wentworth. supervisor of the
Oregon district ot the wooden construction
division of the Emergency Fleet Corporation,
is to reach home thift morning- from San
As no overtime la being- paid br owners of
the Mexican steamer Korrlgsn III. which
Is handling cargo under an ftrranrsment
with the Ban Francisco A- Portland Steam
ship Company, she may not get away until
late today on the return to ' the Golden
Gate. The vessel was fixed for one voyage.
The Portland office received advanced dates
on a new schedule yesterday from ban
Francisco, which provides for sal I In its of
the liners Beaver and Hose City from the
Golden Gate up to July 23. so it is felt there
is no question regarding the shlpi being
continued on the' route indefinitely.
Captain J. Vi Shaver and B. W. Spencer,
of the Port of Portland Commission, named
as a special committee to survey the dredge
Columbia, have reported that the condition
of the hull does not justify repairs, and
.they were retained as a committee to look
Into the proposed construction of a con
Crete nun lar ilia 1 1 1 :i i n ti .
SUPERVISOR TOMXilNSOX HERE
Read of Wooden-Ship Construction
in California Visits Yards.
On an inspection trip through the
wooden shipbuilding yards in the Ore
gon district, T. Li. Tomlinson. super
visor in charge of the woodan construc
tion in the California territory, offi
cially designated as District No. 7,
reached the city yesterday. He spent
much of the day at the headquarters
of the Emergency Fleet Corporation
here, conferring with-J. W. Hail, as
The California district has seven
wooden plants, two of them actually
in Oregon, yet not within the confines
of what is designated as the Oregon
district, they being the Kruse & Banks
and Coos Bay Shipbuilding Company's
properties on Coos Bay. The seven
yards have floaoted 10 hulls, six of
them being launched on Coos Bay.
There has been talk of the Coos Bay
Interests requesting that those yards
be brought into the Oregon district,
since they are In the Mate and access
is easier from Portland than the San
Francisco headquarters . of the Cali
fornia territory. '.
KORSXAES HERE FOR ICMBER
Xew Slrtp Arrives From Olympla to
Work Cargo After Delay.
Due to a minor breakdown on one of
her twin engines and the unusual
height of her.forec-astle, which does not
make night navigation easy, the auxil
iary schooner Korsnaes, built at Olym
pla, and which left Astoria eariy lues
day morning, did not reach the Eastern
& Western mill until 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon, having anchored on the
lower river from 10 o'clock Tuesday
night until 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Captain Peter A. Bergfjord. her
master, said yesterday that the vessel
had made about six knots an hour on
the run from Puget Soumd and exceeded
that showing on her trial trip.
The vessel loads lumber under en
gagement to the Pacific Export Lumber
Company. She. is said to have a dead
weight capacity of 4000 tons and is
driven by engines of 700-horsepawer,
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, June B. Arrived, Steamer
Daisy Freeman, from San Francisco, sailed
Steamers Atlas, for San Francisco; West
ern City, for trial trip; barse No. 98, for
San Francisco. '
ASTORIA. June B. Arrived at 7:10 and
left up at 8:40 A. M., steamer Daisy Free
man, from 6an Francisco. Arrived down at
10 A M-, steamer Western City, and sailed
for trial trip; returned and left up at 3:15
P. M., from trial trip.
6AX FRANCISCO. June 4. Arrived at 6
A. M., steamer W. F. Hsrrin, from Portland.
SAN PEDRO, June - Arrived Steamer
Rose City, from Portland.
EUREKA, June 4. Sailed at T A. M.,
steamer Juneau, for the Columbia River.
SAN PEDRO. June 8 Sailed -Steamer
Shasta, for the Columbia River.
TACOMA. June B. Arrived- Steamers It
hoe, from San Francisco; Eastholm, from
British Columbia. Departed Steamers Ta
hoe, for San Francisco; Eastholm, for Brit
SAN FRANCISCO. June B. Arrived
Steamer Admiral Dewey, from Seattle.
SEATTLE, "June B. Arrived Steamer Ad
miral Watson, from Bristol.
XT. S. aval Radio Reports.
All locations are at 8 P. M. yesterday on-'
less otherwise stated.
ADMIRAL FARRAGUT. Valdes for La-
touche, 43 miles from Latouche 8 P. M.
CATHERINE DE, Belllnsham tor KJng-
Cove. 65 miles east ot Kins Cove 8 P. M.
ALASKA. southbound, Anchorafe for
Seward, anchored off Kast Portland in thick
four 8 A. M. June 5.
CITY OF TOFKhA. LOf AnSTeies tor ttl
Francisco via Santa Barbara, 175 miles south
of ban Francisco.
FRED BAXTER, Blaine for Ban Fedro.
117 miles south of San Francisco.
EL SEGUNDO, Point Wells for Richmond,
647 miles north of Richmond.
KETCHIKAN, San Francisco for Seattle,
IB miles south of Cape Flattery.
WAPAMA. Seattle for tan Francisco, za
miles north of Point Arena.
lOSEMITE. San Franclsao for Seattle. 0
miles north of Rhii Frsnctsfo.
TOO LATE TO CXAHfiTKY.
READ THIS ONB TWICE.
Exactly what you hava want1. but not
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complete with top. wind shield and fen
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tirea. extra, tire, rime and tubea; 76-mlle
Warner apeedoraeter. power, apeed. every
thing you want In an autnmoblle vt the
price of a Kord for a quick turn. Buy
direct of owner andaave dealer's com
mission. Phone Bdwy. 760 today. Ask
HOYS over 1 to do pier-work In factory
after -hooi houm 4-te nimoni st.
We manufacture for Shipbuilders
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Seats now selling: at Sherman, Clay &
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guaranteed in 8 lessons Jadies, $4;
gents, $5. De Honey's beautiful acad
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T-Rursday evenings, 8 to 11. Plenty of
practice; no embarrassment. Private
lessons given. Learn from professional
dancers. Main 7656. Start this week.
Ticket 'ovr Srllln-c
Theater Ticket Office
Broadway at Taylor
Phone Main 1. A-1122
3 alminUi TONIGHT
Special Price Mat. Sa-U
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Splendid Caat and Production
Eve's: Floor. $1.50. Bal.. $1, 75c. 50c.
tiaL 60c Pat. Mat.: Floor tl. Ba.1.. 1.
75c, 50c Gal., 50c.
Tonight All WeeV Mats. Wed.. Bat.
Greatest of all modern comedies,
Immense cast and scenic production.
Eves: SSc. 65c. 8Sc. Sat. Mat.: SSe. 85c
Nxt Week. tartlna- Sunday matinee
"The llarriaje of Kitty."
Mr. Martin Beck Presents
Frank Hurst Ted Doner. Whltfleld-Ireland
Ac Co.. Jean ' Eileen
JOTEDOAH THE RAJAH st CO.
Paul Cordon St Am Rica, llargot Francis
MAT. DAILY 2:33
Vlrlaa Blackburn. Elwood V. Boat wick and
Six Other Big Acts.
Three Performances Daily. Nlsht Curtain
at 7 and 0.
L"V ? tO "Mt-1CAI.
JL iT-at A W STOCK
Mat. Dally 10c. Nights start at 7.
Another big double show this -week.
Dillon A Pranks and the Lyric Company in
THE SIF-RRY-tiO-KOl ND.
And Fatty Arbuckle In his latest comedy hit.
Tonight. Ladles Soovenlrs Free.
Sweet music from queer
Js the talk, on health and beautv
by Mr. Kramer, of Kramer &
Health and Brasly Adviser
5 OTHER EXTERTA1X.
I.0 "KUTUBKItS -
Including- tha photoplay,
"VENGEANCE IS MINE"
MRS. VERNON CASTLE-
-WEEKDAY MATINEE lO
AMI aJStcr-vl E-rxJT-
CHAT NO. 15.
We want to extend a special invi
tation to you to come out to the
Oaks Saturday to enjoy a fine view
of the- eclipse of the sun. We will
hare hundreds and hundreds of
smoked glasses here (free) for
each guest to have one for his own
personal use. The eclipse should
not bo viewed except through a
smoked- glass. Tell your friends
about it, come out in the morning,
bring the family and a picnic lunch
and spend all day in this beautiful
There will be a Bill Hart movie in
the auditorium Saturday, as well
as the orchestra in the afternoon,
and CioffiU celebrated band con
cert In the evening. Beth Groves
Young will alSo sing several num
bers. This programme is free to
The Park is beautiful on these
warm days a cool breeze comes
up from the river, the great oak
trees offer inviting shade and the
roses are blooming as never be
fore. A few thrilling rides on the
scenic railway, the chutes "br the
mystic river and you will wonder if
you had complained of the heat.
Cars leave First and Alder trans
fer from any part of the city 6c
fare. JOHN F. CORDRAY.
View the Eclipse From the Oaks.
Free Smoked Glasses for Everyone.
Portland's Coney Island.
every evening and Sunday.
and his exceptional orchestra,
' 15 pieces all artists.
The ideal spot for picnics and
A safe resort for ladies and
Take Vancouver Cars.
r ..... -:
Mrs. I.. Lw writes: "I am informed
that I have kidney trouble and that it
Is fast approaching a serious stage.
What would you- prescribe? .
Answer: If your symptoms are the
usual ones, such as puffs under the
eyes, swelling ankles; scant, copious) or
foul-smelling urine, accompanied by
headaches, pains. depression, fever,
chiils. etc., I would advise the Immedi
ate use of balmwort tablets, a very fine
remedy for such difficulties, sold in
sealed tubes with full uirections for
Bertie 1 asks: "What remedy can
you recommend to reduce obesity safe
ly? I want to reduce about thirty
Answer: I relv on f 1 ve-crral n a rhn
lone tablets as being the most effective
and convenient treatment to reduce ab
normal fat. lru8-fi-istB sunnlv this In
sealed tubes with complete directions.
flu-r ui-i itrs-. xew ciuys a pouna a uay
is not too mucn reduction.
Pimples writes: "Please tell me what
to rake to get rid of pimpLcs. bolls and
oaa d-ooci. 1 Know i need a constlpa
Answer: It is nrobablv ne-rlert of
constipation that has made your blood
bad. Begin a thorough treatment of
tnree-grain suipherb tabids (not sul
phur tablets). Continue for several
"" K. A. asks: "My hair Is too oily and
my scalp itches with dandruff, and of
late it Is combing out too mu-ch. What
is a good treatment?"
Answer: Obtain plain yellow minyol
from your drug-gist in i-ox. Jars and
apply as per directions. This cleans,
purifies, cools and invigorates the hair
and scalp, thus stopping the death of
in nair. lianflrulf and ltcning are at
once relieved. Men and women all over
the country now use it recilarly.
Pnnt mn nRi sin ess" rail ef in
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or yeai-.
or other information, telephone
A 6095, House 29.
UtMSTlTCKl.Mi, jei-t ATlNli. ALL LAI-
r.i D111.L-. bAdi&K.-i UtbLlI
bvhm 1-IHIi. IcA-sXtK.N CO..
bl.vKK. SYS. IWUAUWAI HOOU.
K. bTfcl-HAX, tie-nsl-lchlns. CM.l--o-ln-. tc
curUloa slue p. eat, bullous covered; msll
orOen. 2l I'lUoi-lw btocK. Hroady lulJ.
At COl M'AMH.
J. J. CH AMBHKAU. certified public ac-
count-uu. audits systems. exaiulu.tlons.
2l! L.uniberniens bids. Piione bdy. 3040.
AO Air. (IfltKa A.ND Mi-O. J-V fcLKKto,
JEWKLItV and watch rspaitinc Miller's,
000 wn. st.. jaajestlc 'Atiesler pma- -AS-HAVKHS
HUMANA ASeAV. OKK1CE. 1 beooa-l
lipid, suver aud platinum boucat.
KEV.N01.US MONBY-BACK TuMC.
Baxbers Klcluuvs; sold direct.
V. O. Box 2.
ORKliON BAltBKK SUPPJ-Y CO. We buy
snd sell til kinds barber supplies, -00 d.
O. K. BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE Ws sell
all kinds of barber supplies. 36 N. -d su
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR destroyed forever by
Multiple needle Method. 604 Swells-id Dion.
t AKl'KT LLANINU.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1B0S.
luff rugs and rag rust woven, all sixes.
IQast lh snd Taylor. E-Jl 86&0. B
L. M. JONES. M. 1. CANCER TREATED
81 J Morgan bldg. Marshall 6143.
THE IKWIN-UOUSON COMPANY.
S7 Wsshlnston. Broadway A 1254.
CHlKOPOUlaTS AMI ARCH SPECIALISTS
DR. ' LA MONTE, chiropodist and scientific
arch specialist. Only chiropodist carrying
state license; moat sanitary operating
rooms In city: arches fit perlectly or money
refunded. Cases cured where other failed.
Local referencea given. Lady attendant.
JotJ-7-8 wetland bldg. Fifth and Wash.
Main 646B; eveulDgs by appointment. Rea
sonable prices. Consultation fresk
WILLIAM. Kstelle and I-Ioreile DeVeny. the
only sclvntifto chiropodists and arch spe
cialists In the city. Parlors 30J Oerllnser
bldg.. southwest corner bscond and Alder.
Phone Main laoL
DR. GARTNER, Chiropodist. Hunlone. In
grown nails a specialty. Only place in
ctiy foot areht-s made to order. --)
Aider. Msln losi.
DR. B. LOUISE COX. aseptlo chiropodist,
itucct-ssor to Dr. Owen, office Journal
Barber Bhc-p. Phone Main 7178.
DR. McMAHON. Macleay bldg., 100 chiro
practic. - World's beau Adjustment made
essy Obstinate esses BOc rat4L
CRANE LETTER CO.. 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
loo letters mulllgraphed. tl.PO.
NETH A CO.. Vorchealer bldg. Msln 17to.
No collections, no charge: established 1 WOO.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private Instruction; classes
Tue, Frl . 8 to 10. 100 id SC. bet. Wasa,
and Ftsrk. Main 2100.
MANCHESTER DANClSlJ ACADEMY.
Fifth: 10 private lessons. .V 11 A. M. to
9 P. M. Phone Broadwsy I3iT.
1RI GLKS PHVMCIANS.
DR. H. COLLINS. IU3 Broadway bldg.
Htomsch. bowel, rheumatism. Female, dis
orders. Nervous rllsess-s.
E V E , EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr F F. Casaeday. speclstlsl; glasses fitted.
JOO E. Burnside. cor. 20th, B 13H3. E. 47a.
1I.IKF RUGS AND BAG RUGS.
FLUFF -RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrain, nntucli. Smyrna. Afminfter ra
rupn, all mail order prompt; booklal.
xll! rue. itini or dry cl,nfd. $l-25.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
'western rLirf Kro co
64-66 Union Ave. N. East 6519. B 14T5.
AUTO TOP CO.
I4th and Couch.
DUBRUILLE BUOOT TOP CO.. th and Oak.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade Bldg.
' DRY POOPS NOTIONS.
L. DINKELSP1EL CO. irtSSTX?
HATS AND CAPS.
IHANHOl'SER HAT CO.. 63-55 Front Bt.
HIDE S. WOOL. CASCARA MARK.
KAHN BROS.. 195 Front St.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. i". i UUJiR U CON
12 la and Davis Sta.
&Zte?ir& Bate? &
The Questions answered" below are
general In character, the symptoms oc
diseases are given and the answers will
apply In any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker, Coliega
Bldg.. College-Elwood streets. Iayton.
Ohio, enclosing self-addressed stamped
envelope for reply. K-ull name and ad
dress mint be given, but only Initials
or fictitious names will be used In my
answers. The prescriptions can oe
filled at any weil-stocked drug store
Any druggist cjan order of wholesaler.
"Bertha" savs: "Some time ago I con
tracted a verv severe cold and cough.
1 have tried many remedies, but they
do not seem to help me at all. I wish
you would advise me what to do.
Answer: What you need is a laxative
cough syrup, one that will drive the
cold from your system. The following
prescription win check your cold ana
cough: Oet a 2V4-ox package ot con
centrated essence mentho-laxene and
making according to directions on the
bottle. Take a teaspoonful every hour
or two or until your cold is better. This
will relieve you In a very lew days.
Henry F. writes: "Perhaps you can
prescribe for me, as I am at r loss to
urt-derstand my condition. For the past
year have suffered extreme nervous
ness, trembling and extremities are.
cold. Have poor appetite, am weak,
listless and no ambition to work or
seek recreation. Am tired all the time
and In no -sense the strong, capable man
i was a few years ago.
Answer: A powerfu 1 rejuvenating;
nerve medicine should revive the dor
mant slug-fish condition and put new
ambition and energy into your blood
and nerves. Obtain three-grain cado
mene tablets In sealed tubes, take as
NOTE: For many years Dr. Baker
has been giving free advice and pre
scriptions to millions of people through
the press columns, and doubtless has
helped in relieving Illness and distress
more than any single individual In the.
world's history. Thousands have writ
ten him expressions of gratitudo and
confidence ttmilar to the following:
Dr. Lewis Baker, Dear Sir: I hap
pened a few days ago to read Tha
Pittsburg Leader and there I noticed
our column of questions and answers,
also noticed that you advised those
that are suffering from constipation to
use Suipherb Tablets, and have tried.
To my amazement It has made a new
man out of me. I have been suffering
from constipation for the last i years
and have tried various remedies with
out avail. I am so grateful to you
that I don't know how to thank you
for 1t. Would be very glad to recom
mend It to anybody. Very truly yours.
L). It. S-PL-KBK.R.
921 Veiser St..
Adv. Pittsburg. Ta.
The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
Fll'lT RtO ANI BAG BIO 1'ACTOKV.
NORTHWKSI KUli CO.. -lab.i Dcd Ui.i.
Klutt rugs and rag ru-is woieu. a.l sizes.
iusst Sth and Taylor, isst a.-o. B 1--.Q.
J! KKl'BOOF PAINT.
Fslnt that roof wub
Prevent inu srowth oC mossw Stops leaks
ud protect tiom tire. Costs no uiure.
Phone M11 la iVii.
F. D. NlalllO.
tU3 fourth St.. near Yamhill. West
Muo. All kinds of beu-ling and,
-.a-talie t'laiits. BunK-lng 1-vat.-Ki-is
and Japanese Auo. 4I.11 avil
i'mnts. etc. -speciul saia pricv.
UtiKliuN Cuuservatory actiooi of Music,
d lluor. AtJ-uel biag. lover tne "Lion "1.
entrance ltlo-.s 4tn St.. cor. 01 Alurruou.
EM1L lilibLHOHN, violin teaclier, pupil
gov elk. -Pi Fliedner Diaj. Ald. ltt-U.
OPTOMETRISTS A-J OPTICIANS.
WHV PAV MOKE?
91--SJr A BAVI-.
sat. . LoO-
A SAV1NO irom 30 to ou per cenu
fitted glasses aa tow aa
4UOU sansilt-a customers.
-..k.4biuii guaranteed, en. v. uoo.
iumii, optoineti ist. ui Morrison. Main
1 iX'DULLAKS 10 discount to l ortiauders
empiuyUig ie Oelore November to pre
pare aua proaecut an appacation Zur
patent. Tins special advertising oner la
conditional that you ante lor panicu.ais
this weea. isierilug P. Bile. aanin-
kon. U. C.
R. C WRluUI -J years- experience U. ti.
and foreign patents. bOl iJesmn bldg.
DR. R. A. PMlLLli'-i. to" Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism. leiuale aiaoraers. sain trou
bles, stomacu. liver, kidneys, oowe.a.
thioat, golire. scaip. nlgti biooa pressure.
PLl M UlNti b CP ll-l KB.
PLUMUlNvi bLPPLlt-si at wnoie-. prices.
1-lara-Davls Co.. 212 Third. Main Hi,
KEYSTONE PREo-i J. L. Uantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and U-iotyping. IOJ 1 xront au.
corner latark. Main or A 141s.
bDlilTTlTr- V- W. BALTK-i A COM PAN T.
rnlilllilU 1st and Oak sta Mln 1H5. AIW.
KF.ll. LbTATK IIKALKKS.
caul it. Junes, o wucox tmg.
On UPUn clothing. Ws pay highest prlcea
aCUnnrilJ tor men's and ladies' clothing,
afeoes. etc Ws t-jy turnlture and everything;
ot vslue. Mam 47;t). 2 First street.
STORAGE AM) TRANSFER.
OREGON TKAX61EK Ci.. 474 O.lsan St..
corner 13th. Telephone Broadway lSl or
A 116U. We own and- operate two large,
clsss "A" warehouses on terminal track.
Lowest Insurance rates In the city.
MADISON-BT. DOCK. A WARKHOL til--. Of
fice 1 Madison. General niercnandiaS)
and forwardlin; agenta Phono Main lbwl.
PACKING. MOVING. flOAAiiB.
CECURirV blOKAliU c TliAJt'r.K COi
105 Parle st. Main 6U. A louL
C JL.OLSES TRAXSFtK CO.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER
CLAY S. MORSE, INC.
4I8 FLANDE R8 STREET.
S. F VETERINARY COI.LLGli begins bepu
1 Catalogue free. K. Creely, Sett, 11
1arket st.. -an Francisco.
ORDERS taken for Summer delivery: first
class pole osk wood. Broadwsy 23w.
WOOU AND OAU
UEAVV. dry wood. 5 aud .( per load,
dellvarsd. stova length. Phone Broad ay
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RAt.MUStiEN A CO.. 2d and Taylor.
riPE. PIPK riTTlNGS AM VALVES.
M. L. KLINK. 84-S8 Front EU
PLUMBING AND bTEAM bUPPHES.
M. L. KLINE. 64-86 Front St.
PROIUCK COMMISSION MEHCHANTS.
KVERD1NQ A FARRLLL. 14Q Front Su
HOI'E AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordsge Co.. 14th and Norihrup.
SAMI. DOORS AND CLASS.
W. P. FULLER A CO.. lllh end Davis Sts.
MILLER Wall Paper A Pt Co.. 17a 1st mZ
MORGAN. .WALL- PAPER CO, 230 2d. at.