Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, October 08, 1918, Page 13, Image 13

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    THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1918.
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BIGGER BOND ISSUE '
i PROPOSED FOR PORT
Needed Facilities May Cost
Five Millions.
: POST-WAR TRADE SOUGHT
.Indications Are' Voters Will Be
Asked to Approve Bigger Issue
Than at First Planned..
Authorization of a total bond issue of
J3,000,000, instead of ?3,000,000, as re
ported unofficially, may be asked of
the voters at the November election to
provide Increased port facilities which
the Emergency Fleet Corporation and
other bureaus have recommended to
assure Portland its share of the trade
that will follow the war.
The Commission of Public Docks was
not ready yesterday to decide the
amount. It was considered certain that
the programme outlined, which has
beeiTforwarded'by telegraph' from G. B.
Hegardt, chief engineer of the commis
sion, now at Washington, would neces
sitate a larger bond issue than was at
first contemplated.
Ndi to Determine Sales.
As with the $3,000,000 bond issue with
which the St Johns Municipal Terminal
project is being carried along. the
bonds will not all be disposed of un
less needed. Only such amounts are to
be offered as are necessary for the im
provements, but to place the city in its
rightful position in a maritime way it
Is asserted, will call for placing at the
command of the government adequate
dock space, a suitable drydock, float
ing machine shop, fuel oil storage as
well as tanks for liquid cargo, such
as soya bean oil, and a cold storage
or refrigeration plant.
The commission will confer with the
City Council and Port of Portland so
that each important detail may be gone
.over before the maximum bond amount
is fixed and in arriving at that esti
mates will be made covering each plant
and additional dock or warehouse.
The Edlefsen Fuel Company made
application yesterday for certain coal
storage space at the St. Johns termi
nal. A bunker plant also was talked
of. but in view of the expansive plans
now under consideration, action on this
was deferred.
Portion of Street Ceded.
Permission was granted for the erec
tion of a shed 20 by 40 feet on the
site of the old Northwest Door Cora
pany's plant, north of Irving dock, and
permits were granted the Coast Ship
building Company for the uso of a
portion of Gibbs street in increasing
its roadway and lumber storage; the
Northwest Steel Company for an addi
tional building just west of its admin
istration building; Columbia River
Shipbuilding Corporation for the usa
of 200 feet of Curry and Pennoyer
streets for a lumber storage, and the
JUbina Engine & Machine Works for
il restaurant and recreation hall.
ITPER WILLAMETTE IS . THIX"
Mage of Watrr More Than Foot Br low
Zero at Salem Yesterday.
Though, it was shown In yesterday
morning's advices to the "Weather Bu
reau that the stage of water at Salem
was 1.4 feet below zero and that was a
sain of four-tenths of a foot in 24
hours, steamboat men say that the
stage prevailing most of last week at
the Capital City was about the lowest
in the memory of the Upper "Willamette
navigators.
Captain A. B. Graham, now with the
Coast Shipbuilding Company, and who
with Captain A. W. Graham, until re
cently operated the Oregon City Trans
portation Company and its fleet of ves
sels, says he has been informed the
.water was so "thin" at Salem a few
1ays ago that had the steamer service
been continued the vessels would have
been unable to get closer than i!5 feet
of the Salem dock. The vessels were
withdrawn from the Portland-Corvallis
route several months ago.
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotea,
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 7. (Special.)
The maritime records for th year 1918
mill Indicate more sailing ship disasters on
Tthe Pacific than has ever been known for
a. 12-months period previous to this year.
More storms have ravaged the Pacific than
formerly and a greater toll of sailing ves
sels have consequently pone to the bottom.
or thrown upon the reers or the bouth Fa
ciflc, or dashed upon the rocks of the coast
of Japan.
According to private advices received here
today the baric Flying: Cloud, en route from
Manila for a Pacific port, has been wrecked
en tha Japanese coast. No details of the
disaster have been received. Tha Vlyin
Cloud was formerly tho Cerraaa bark Ot
tawa and arrived at San r rancisco, August
iM. 1914, where it was Interned. In dis
cussing the loss of the Flying: Cloud, ship
ping men comment upon the fact that this
vessel was officered and manned by expe
rienced seamen only, while three other bts
ships sailing: from a Paetric port have
crossed the Pacific safely during the worst
port of watifr and were manned by fuU
On Neck, Forehead and
Scalp. Most Disfiguring.
"I had pimples on the back of my
neck, forehead, and scalp. They were
red and large with scales on
the tops, and they were very
painful. They itched which
caused me to scratch them,
and they were most disfig
uring. My hair became dry
and lifeless.
"Then I tried Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. After using a few
days the pimples began to disappear.
and I used two cakes of Soap with one
box of Ointment when I was healed.
(Signed) Mrs. J. S. Marshall, Enum-
claw. Wash., Uec 3, 1917.
If you have a poor complexion im
prove it by using Cuticura Soap daily
and Cuticura Ointment occasionally.
suael. Eeb Fr T Vsil. Address nostani:
"Caucus, Dept. H, Bostan ' Sold everywhere.
Soap Sc. Ointment 2d and 60c. lslcamc
Get Rid of That
Persistent Cough
. If you ira subject to weak lunes. heed the
courh as a warning. ECKMAN'S ALTER
. ATIVE may aid you in stopping the cough.
In addition, it is a valuuble tonic and
health-builder in such cases. o alcohol.
narcotic or habit-forming drugs. Twenty
years successful use.
nc and SI. SO Bottles at all druggist, or
intra imauwigrer, voniMUO.
ECKUAN LABORATOBY, Fhiladelphll
I . Adv.
CUTICURA HEALS
PAINFUL PIMPLES
crews of apprentices furnished by the Ship
ping Board.
President R, H. K. Smith, of the Gulf
Mail Steamship Company, announced today
that although the steamer commanded by
Captain Roger Allman is 19 days overdue
at a main port, he and his fellow owners
are still of the opinion that Allman has
succeeded in weathering- the terrific series
of hurricanes that destroyed two vessels and
other shipping two weeks and more ago.
One of the bis liners of the Toyo KJsen
Kaisha arrived at a Pacific port today and
shortly afterwards the sura of more than
$150 was turned over to the Red .Cross
funds.
Advices received today by the maritime
department of the Chamber of Commerce re
ported the arrival of another wooden steamer
at a Pacific port that could have continued
the voyage, if a eoodly portion of the Pa
cific Ocean had not decided to creep into
the holds through the medium of the num
erous seams in the hull. The vessel has
put into a port and will go into drydock:
for a good caulking before again proceeding
to sea. According to shipping men a con
siderable amount of leakage experienced by
a number of wooden ships may be due to the
introduction of timber in the construction
that has pot been seasoned thoroughly.
XORTITWEST SWELLS WAR FLEET
West Kyska Makes 17th Ball of 8800
Ton Deslg-n to Leave Ways.
On the launching at 10 o'clock yes
terday morning of the 8800-ton hull
West Kyska, the 17th vessel the North
west Steel Company has floated, the
organization has put overboard almost
150.000 tons, deadweight, for the cause
of war. The first two vessels, the War
Baron and War Viceroy, were for the
British Government, all the others for
the Emergency Fleet Corporation.
Mrs. Gerald Beebe. sister-in-law of
Walter B. Beebe, vice-president of the
corporation, christened the big hulL.
Despite the somewhat early hour for
the exercises, as the Northwest's force
usually fixes launchlngs for late In the
afternoon, the event was attended by
equal- Interest.
3VESPELEM
IX
PEOPLE'S LIE
w Owner Will Kit T7pper River Ves
sel for Portland-Tbe Dalles Route.
By virtue of negotiations concluded
by the-People's Navigation Company
the" steamer Nespelem, . which was
steamed here from the Upper Columbia
River several weeks aao, making her
initial appearance in these waters, is
to fly the flag of that line hereafter.
Work Is to be commenced at once
on necessary changes to fit her for the
general freight and passenger trade,
and when ready she will Join the
steamer Tahoma In the Portland-The
Dalles service. At present the steamer
Dalles City, owned by the Regulator
line, is operated as a teammate with
the Tahoma. being under charter, and
with the Nespelem being commissioned
the Dalles City will be returned to her
owners.
BIO WOODEN SHIP IS FAVORED
Government Men Are Passing; on D
sicn Originating Here.
Progress so far has been encouraging
for the official adoption of the Colum
bia River type of 5000-ton wooden
steamer, according to J. I. Hubbard
chief hull inspector for the Oregon dis
trict of the Emergency Fleet Corpora
tion, who yesterday returned from
Philadelphia. Mr. Hubbard was there
in company with J. W. Hall, assistant
supervisor of wooden ship construction,
who remained to confer with the Fleet
Corporation officials.
The fact that Congress has been
asked for additional funds for ship
building and it has been announced
the money was for 210 steel vessels
and 244 wooden steamers, it is assumed
many of the wooden contracts -will be
placed here.
SPEED TRIAL OX Pl'GET SOCM)
Wntrra Scant to Show Capabilities of
Larger Knsjrloe In Korth.
To send the new steamer. Western
Srout, over a measured course because
she has been fitted with a. turbine en
gine of 3000-horsepower, while the
standard engine has been of 2500-horse-
power, ehe will be taken to Puget
Sound.
Delay in bavins a measured mile
course established on the Columbia
River is one reason friver for taking
the vessel north. However. It is ex
pected that after one ship is Riven a
trial there the others having the same
engine will be accepted after an en
durance run from Portland to sea and
return, as has been done with the
others.
FOIR CAPTAIXS ARB NAMED
Sea Service Barean of Shipping; Board
Selects Masters.
SEATTLE, Oct. 7. Masters for four
vessels recently built for the Emerg
ency Fleet Corporation in "Washington
and Oregon were named here today by
E. J. Griffith, chief of the Sea Service
Bureau of the Lnited States-Shipping
Board.
The new masters aad their vessels
are: Captain Frank 31. Cogswell,
Mecolah, Portland; Captain George C.
Nelson, Belibrook, Portland; Captain
1'". K. Sprague, Holbrook, Portland;
Captain H. J. Minch, Brompton, Aber
deen. Marine Note.
The dretJjre Portland, after hvinir beer
out of commission tinea July 2S, when m
fire broke out aboard, was returned to serv
ice yesterday and assiened to the St. Johns
Municipal terminal to complete digging a,
Up in front of Pier Xa 1.
G. J j. Blair, general manager of the San
Francisco & Portland Steamship Company,
who im in the city, nays the crew of tho
steamer Blandon are loth to give her up aa
ordered and carry their sea bags aboard
one of the Ferris ships. Not that they dis
like the latter type, he says, but the Blan
don has proven most satisfactory.
W. K. Russell, of New York, &h expert
on turbine construction and installation, has
reached the city in connection with the in
stallation of a turbine en pine In tha first
steamer the Peninsula Shipbuilding Com
pany has tried. All of the Peninsula vessels
ml have turbines and tnoy are distinctive
among- the wooden steamers of the Govern
ment fleet In that regard. Other wooden
hips have triple expansion engines. The
Peninsula vessels are also of a different de
sign and are of 4000 tons capacity, instead
of "500 tons, as are the Hough and Ferris
ships.
J. A. Moody, assistant inspector of hulls
n the United States Steamvessel Inspection
Service, arrived from San Francisco yes-
erday to be temporarily attached to the
s:aff of Captain E. S. Edwards, Vnited
States Inspector of Hulls for the Oregon
district.
K. C. Kronkl, a German 34 years of age.
was found aboard the steamer Bancroft
Sunday and was ordered taken into custody
by Ensign Spaulding, boarding officer here.
Kronkl could not produce naturalization
papers, though he says he declared his in
tention in 1014. He was turned over to the
Federal authorities.
Tides at Astoria Tuesdar.
tlieh. . Low.
.1:40 A. M R S feetT ?:2T A. M 2 feet
:11 P. M S.4 t-et 1":18 P. M 0.2 foot
Columbia River Bar Report.
XORTH HEAD. Oct. 7. Condition of Mho
bar at f P. M. : Sea smooth. Wind, northwest
14 miles.
OFFER IS APPRECIATED
International Committee Commend S.
Benson's Suesreated Gift of Land.
Resolutions wete adopted yesterday
afternoon at the regular meeting of
the International Committee of N Port
land, held in the Benson Hotel, express
ing appreciation of the offer recently
made by S. Benson of 75 acres of land
for reconstruction hospital purposes.
The land in question is a portion of the
old Mock estate, located on Willamette
boulevard, and is regarded ideally sit
uated for hospital purposes. The reso
lution states that it is respectfully
urged that this generous offer be ac
cepted by the prqper authorities and
is signed by Henry Harkson, Consul for
Denmark; Seid. C. Back, Consul for
China; Jan Kool, Consul for Holland;
Wilhelm Petterson, secretary.
GO I T DFCrTY
TO COST MUCH MORE
Commissioners File Budgets
for Coming Year.
INCREASE NEARLY $700,000
High Cost of Materials Is Declared
to Be the Principal Reason for
the Greater Figures Quoted.
The city government for the coming
year will be run at a cost of about
$3,500,000, if estimates prepared by
City Commissioners and filed with City
Auditor Funk yesterday are followed.
This is an Increase of nearly $700,000
over last year and It Is believed it may
be pruned somewhat in the council
meetings for the next few weeks.
ro general salary increases are given
in the estimates. In but few offices
have there been advances in nav. but
the increased cost of materials has sent
me Dudget list higher than was ex
pected. Many salary increases were
given, during the year and do not an
pear as excess in the new budget,
though representing Increases over the
same estimates of last year.
General Statement Hot Included.
While all the reports except that of
Commissioner Barbur were turned In
yesterday In skeleton f oru, totals for
the different departments and a general
statement of conditions as compared
with last year were not included. This
will be done within the next day or
two, when the reports will be made
complete.
The budget covers all the different
bureaus except the Water Bureau,
which is self-supnorting. A special ap
propriation of lli.3S5 In connection
with the guaranteeing of bonds for the
Hillside boulevard improvement prob
ably will total less than the estimate.
Other special appropriations are small
in keeping with the war-time, eco
nomical spirit which has been adhered
to in the preparation of the figures.
Commissioner Barbur estimates ex-
penditurea in his department as slightly
higher than the approximately t00,
000 given last year.
All Supplies Are irieher.
In the Police Department the allow
ance for salaries has been cut down
slightly, while the amount asked for
supplies is 20 per cent greater than
last year. In the Fire Department pay
has Increased somewhat and supplies
win oe per cent over last year.
Street cleaning Is higher in salaries but
less in supplies. Most other bureaus
record slight Increases In pay and good
increases in supplies which, it is said,
have Increased 50 per cent in cost.
The statements. Insofar as completed,
follow:
ini.
6X..'iSH
a.;.."i7j
4.S00
k. .-.
14 .--;::
1.S75
110
Mayor's office .
Supplies
O.OOO
... 1.
... 6.".';i
... 40.111:!
Po:ic. salaries .......
Supplies
Detention Jiame ......
Supplies
Public Auditorium ...
Parks, salaries .......
Supplies
t'ity Attorney, salaries
Supplies
Movie, censorship
Supplies
.::o(i
1 !.'
1 l.7-'l
l.siJ
00
Totals $ biM.,o
Commissioner of Public Allairs
Commissioner's office.
811.707
salaries
Supplies
Fire, salaries ..........
Supplies
Public market, salaries
e.r.cn
i or.
M1.L-J2
14S.II..S
:t.imo
. 1.1 tsa
4.3in
.r,Rn
Mf:i
::. itiu
l.ltt'J
supplies
Public Employment
Bureau, salaries
Supplies
Municipal Reference Li
brary, supplies
Street cleaning, salaries
Supplies ..............
r.. 1 :
il.iiU
' 40
;o7.to t
.", 1 ao
40
1M.5:
Totals 07.ft.l f
Commissioner of Pubiio Utilities
Com in isioner'a office. . .$ lo.Titio
Supplies 400
Lighting streets and
puhSic places 20.1.000
Weights and measures,
salaries 3.70
Supplies H7."
lllfh. salaries fi2,y..o
Supplies tr..soir
Water works, salaries..
Supplies 1. 104.205
10S.000
3.1
4. i)
f. 1.4:12
1 Jn.'i
S til. 274
l.lH.tl.'.j
Totals 1, 771. 278 1,742.4:1)
Commissioner of Finance
Commissioner's office.
salaries $ 6 .10 C.r.OO
Supplies . loo 80
(jjty nau ana licences,
salaries 10.O1T l.ni7
Supplies 0.S30
Purchases, garage and
shop, salaries 2, M1 20.B40
Supplies 1.090 a.oOtt
Garbage disposal, sal-
'aries Z.?.'2 1R.M2
Supplies 'J.rt70
City Treasurer, salaries 27.7HJ 24. 'JM
Supplies S.VM , 7.4O0
Civil service 0,220 5.220
Totals 12'J.MO
Special appropriations. .$ Itiu.lo0
Auditing department,
salaries 4B.SB0
Supplies -,2u0
Commission of Public Docks
Expenditures 174. ml
Interest i-.'4.110
Sinking funds ......... 5S.-08
t lir..67t
X 4:1,143
44.2-JI
1W.MH
S7.076
tll.HO
Totals .....$
Estimated revenus ....
Totals $
Delinquencies .........
4.-.l..-)
lsi.rcti
50.'i.i:i"
Budget for 1019 JU-Si?
Bonded debt. Interest. $ "(TT.TciO
Estimated receipts from all other
sources than taxes are. expected to
show a bigr fallins-off. according to
figures prepared by Commissioner Kel
laher. For the first nine months of
1918, the sum of $384,939 has been taken
in from other sources, while for 1919
the estimate is for 12 months only
1405,980.
WEST POINT TEST IS SET
Youth From First Diatriet to Be Named
After Examination Oct. 21.
SALEM, Or., Oct. 7. (Special.) The
War Department has invited Represen
tative Hawley to nominate a principal
and two alternates to the United
States Military Academy at West Point.
This is a special appointment due to
the war emergency, and the successful
nominee will be admitted to the acad
emy on November 1, 1918. Candidates
must be actual residents of tha First
Congressional District of Oregon, and
must not be under is years oi age. nor
ore than 22 years old on ftoveraoet
1, 1918.
Mr. Hawley will make his nomina
tions from a register of eligibres to be
established by a competitive examina
tion at the University of Oregon, under
the direction of President Campbell,
Saturday, October 21.
100 MORE PERMITS ISSUED
Demand on
Part of Wat
Increases.
Workers
There "was no diminution yesterday
in the demand for permits for tern
norary homes to be built by war work
era in Portland's shipyards, and nearly
100 have been issued since Saturday
noon. Men in the shipyards who are
living in garages, stables and tents
are anxious to have their little homes
ready for occupancy before unsettled
weather arrives and are working early
and late in that endeavor.
iiealtlx officials of Portland are as
anxious as the men that the small
homes take shape at once, and the
municipal permit department is co
operating in every manner possible to
facilitate the erection, of temporary
dwellings.
Commissioner Carrey yesterday re
ceived from Washington. D. C. an
explanation of the Government's reason
for the non-waa construction, which
put a stop to building activities in
Portland two weeks ago. "The first
business of America." explains Chair
man Baruch. of' the National commit
tee. "is to win the war and get back
to' normal- The non-war construction
orders were not Issued In wantonness,
but were forced by the Nation's urgent
necessity to conserve materials."
Inquiries from points in Oregon out
side of Portland poured In upon Com
missioner Currey. The housing con
gestion In other places In the state will
be relieved to as great an extent as
possible, and the chairman of the State
Council of Defense will make recom
mendations in each individual case.
ATKINSON SCHOOL READY
XEW BUILDIXG NECESSARY BE
CAUSE OP COXGESTIOX.
Enrollment In Portland Schools This
Year Is More Than Last
Year, Say Officials.
The Atkinson grade school, located
between Tenth and Eleventh streets
and Couch and Davis streets, will be
ready for use tomorrow, according to
the announcement made yesterday by
Alvln R.. Grout. City Superintendent of
Schools.
Crowded conditions In the elementary
grades of the Couch and Ladd schools
have made necessary the new building.
It will accommodate only the first four
grades. A principal has not yet been
chosen by the school directors, but Mrs,
Kdna Cameron will be transferred from
the Washington School to teach the
first grade. Mrs. Josephine Shaw, a
substitute, will take the second and
third grades, while Mr. Gertrude Rock
well Sharpe. now of the St. Johns
School, will have charge of the fourth
grade.
Practically every grammar grade
room In the city Is crowded, according
to Mr. Grout. Thirty more teachers
for the grammar schools are on the
payroll this year, and the number of
children enrolled this year Is 6000 more
than last year. As a result a large
number of substitute teachers are be
ing employed. School regulations pro
hibit the election of married women
as teachers, but as the majority of
vacancies are for men In the service
whose positions are being kept for
them, ft has been decided to employ
married women as substitutes during
the period of the war.
An election of new teachers for regu
lar positions will be announced soon,
according to Mr. Grout.
MAJOR OEICH IS TARGET
AOJtTAXT - GKNKRAIi BEEBE
CALLS COURT OF IXQUIRT.
Commander bt Oregon. Military Fo
e
lice Charged With Conduct Un
becoming: an Officer.
Chartres preferred two months aco
by Major William hi. Campbell, medi
cal officer of the O. N. asafnut Major
Kichnrd Deich. commander of the Ore-
pron Military Police, eventuated yeeter
day in calling a court of inquiry. Adju
tant-General Beebo lnsued the order.
but the action in said to be at the wish
of tho Governor.
In the original fflinRS. Major Ie!ch
Is charged with conduct unbecoming
an officer and with directing profane
and abusive language at Major Camp
bell without provocation. -
Colonel 'Calvin U. Gantenbeln. O. N
Ci., retired, is named to serve as pres
ident of the hoard of inquiry. I-leuten
ant-Colonel George T. Willett, O. N. G.t
retired, end Major Charles T. Smith,
O. N. G., are the other members. Cap
tain Allan A. Hail, of the Quartermas
ter Corps of tho National Guard. Is as
signed to serve as recorder for the
court. Colonel Gantenbein had not re
ceived official notification last nisrht.
but expressed a will in srness to serve.
Major Teich reported late in the day
that he had not been notified of the
catling of the inquiry. "It Is nothing
more," he said, "than an attempt to
collect an improper bill to which I have
been objecting."
COHFFEREHCE TO BE HELD
COli.
LEADER TO MEET GUARD
OFFICIALS TOXIGHT.
Feasibility of Organizing Citizens'
Training Corp Hero Likely
to I5o Dlcased.
For the purpose of discussing mat
ters pertaining to the welfare of the
Multnomah Guard, a conference will be
held with Colonel John Leader, com
manding officer at the University of
Oregon, upon his arrival in Portland
tonight.
Colonel Leader will be met by Colo
nel I P. Campbell and Captain Ii. C.
Dolbin, respectively commander and
adjutant of the home defense regiment.
It Is probable that the feasibility of or
ganizing a citizen's training corps In
this city will be discussed.
Two officers of the Multnomah
Guard are at present on the staff
Colonel Leader as instructors in the of
fleers' training corps at the University,
where many Portland men now are la
training. They are Captain J. A. Mc
Kinnon and Capt C. Haas, the latter an
instructor in machine gunnery.
All line officers of the Guard have
been called by Sheriff T. C Hurlburt.
commander-in-chief, to assemble at the
Armory tonight at 8:30 to Inspect the
Multnomah Guard Band.
Bandsmen have been instructed to re
port at the Armory, in full uniform,
8 o'clock.
HEALTH LAW TO BE DRASTIC
New Ordinance RearardlnaT ' Katin
Houses Expected to Paaa Tomorrow,
Inspection of city restaurants an
other eating houses is being held
ELECTRIC STEEL FOUNDRY
SHIP AND MACHINERY STEEL CASTINGS
InriLITT TU'F.VTV.t'OI R'm
fawaee-.Uaraa.au Home A 143.
Mild
Havana
Cioar
Tlii'P 4 t.) r .3
JLf you will find the Lovera
Bciiuc-BjJiruiruu&ar, wet
coitut at all times, never
tirmfcj iMver &attin& on yoor
Bsrrna, yet always trus to jts
rich, mild Havana tobacco.
A tJk for M ky mmmm
toe, 2 for 25c and 1JC sua
JOSE LOVERA CO. TAMPA
Schwahacher Bros. Cr Cot, lac.
Seattle. Washington
CistrHmtore
until tomorrow, when K la expected
a new and drastic ordinance will be
PMt4-d by the City Council. This an
nounrement was made yesterday by
City Health Officer TarrlKh. to many
rentauranc owners wno nave neen be-
rleKinf? his office in order to pet on .
tho llHt approved by the city for eat-
in fir places for soldiers.
The new ordinance. It Is expected.
will be parsed without dclav. because
of the demand of the Government for
clean eating: places for soldiers and
tailors. It is said to provide for
absolute clean bill of health of every
employe.
DAILY MKTKOROI.fX.ICAX, REPORT.
PORTLAND. Or, Oct. T Maximum tem
perature. ft7 dsres: minimum. 41 dKre.
JSlver rear, nir. t A. M., H . ft. ( hanc fi
last iiouPM. .07 foot full. Total rainfall
P. M. to r p. M ) none. Total rainfall
ulnre September 1. IIM. 1.37 Inch. Normal
rainfall mct aeot ember 1. 2 Gl luche. He
f !-ien y of rulnlall since September 1. 11HK.
men fa unrie. 7 :i 1 A.. M. Nunaet.
5:41 1. M. Total sunshine, 7 hours 30 nun-
utea. PnMlbie sunshine. 11 hours 2 minut.
Mnonrue. :.! A. M. Slooni;t. ":S7 P. M.
Harometer reduced aea level G P. M . :;0.f
Inrhe. Relative humidity at 0000. 70 per '
cent.
THE WEATHER.
am
m Lom.M Monarch ,
4ea Si mm
fistic
t It ? Wind
la l 1 ?
iS i i 5
I
I - : :
i c : :
5 2 : ;
STATIONS.
tats f
Haker
Jioie
Hnptim I
i 'a I ra rr ......
I'hiraico ......
Ikenver
lr M nines . ..
Kureka,
Ualvt-aton .. .
Helena
tjuncau
Kansas "lty . .
I.ob Anreles . .
Mashfled . . . .
MeWor4
Minneapolis .
New Orleans..
New York
North Head . .
North Yakima,
Phoenix . -I
Pooatello ....
Portland .....
Hoseburs; . . . .
Sacramento - -
St. L.ouis
Salt Uka
San Frunclsco
San Dlcf.0 . .. .1
Seattlo
Spokane . .. . .
Tacoma.
Tatonith Island
tValder
Walla "Walla. .
Washlnston
rtn o.prt.. ir tear
tU O.OmI ,W lear
5.4 o.On . . li'leae
Mtwi.on .. NW.Pt. cloudy
7L o.o . . k U'lear
72 U.Oit IO K ll"!r
6 o.n . . .mk ji't. cloudy
.' o. ihi . . "tear
M O.fMi 11 NW'Hain
'.4 0.02. .W jClear
7S o!oo .ii K llear
7: (.Vt 10 sV Clear
S O.00 u NW ricip
70 0.01. ,;ne 'f'lear
41 (.1.
S tKatn
4'":
n 0.10 in N r-ir
r.-. n.oa 14 xw.i'lear
641 -' O.OOi. .'W fi-loudr
4'ti - 0.0A ..INWIl'Ifir
4il .. Nv,flsr
4' tHU.ii'll..lMVIi'lMr
M" Tio.iik . .'' ''tear
r,nl i 11. mi J2 SE rimr
41. b4 tl.flu 11" NW '1rar
74 0. Oil, 10 V Clrar
ct' 7o 0.00 . , sw cloudy
4si .-.; o.iu 10 N '!ur
! fion.oii.. s rt. cloody
4m ,.s 10 v iriesr
4 r.-.' 0.00 i: xt loioudr
4l to.nii.. XEHMr .
tA. M. t(iay. P. M. report of pr,-.,llnir dsy.
FORKCASTS.
Portlsnd and vicinity Tuesday fair, east.
erlv winds.
rSrenon and Wsshtnaton Tuesday fair.
ll.h, .a.t.riv Winds.
Idaho Tuesday fair snd prohablv warmer.
EDWARD I.. WEI.LS.
Meteorologist.
Innneaaa at Cheaalla Llcht.
CHEHAUS, WaBj).. Oct. 7. (Special.)
Six cases of Spanish influenza are
reDorted by City Health Officer Kenni
cott. None, however, are serious In
character as yet.
AM) YORK. ITRKETIi. SERVICE.
. a-orUaad, Orcsoa
... .
mi2
A Large Stock of the
Folio winj:
SHIPBUILDING
SUPPLIES
Always on Hand
hi to 12-inch SteI and s-enuin
Wrought Iron Pipe standard or
extra heavy. Malleable, Castiros,
Flanged and Screwed Fitting
standard or extra heavy. Lunken
heimer Valves. Brass and Iron
standard or extra heavy.
THE GAULD CO.
12th and Everett- St.
Broadway 4301. A 258.
DoYou Want Some
Boat Spikes, Bolts
Rivets
WE MANUFACTURE
MONTHLY
4,800,000 POUNDS
NORTHWEST STEEL CO.
Portland, Or.
eist Vrmm Mm la the Woritl.
MOTOR WOHKS. IXC.
Engineers, sf nefclnlaen, irnndera.
Maaafaetarv sf Fibmbi
VAt'UUA.N POBTAOLK PRAU B-AW
45 C Mala St.,
Portland. Or.
EAST SIDE MILL &
LUMBER CO.
Lumber Manufacturers
Foot of Spokane Avenue
Portland, Oregon
ALBINA ENGINE &
MACHINE WORKS
Wn. Carafe t. President.
STEEL SHIPBUILDERS
Plaat sad Genrrat Office, rsrtlaad.
tiniM.
Pnones Marshall 410. A J41B.
A. K. PUPPLETON
EtECTRICAT. MAOT11JVERY AND
HKPAIHS.
T)l strict Area
Ceatary Kleetrie Ca. St. Iata, Ms,
Made? aad Pol 7 phase Motors,
71 Frtit U rertlaaa. Or.
Neustadter Bros.
Massfactarsra of
"Boss of the Road"
Overalls
STANDARD SHIRTS.
PORTUAKD. OREGO.
Logging Supplies
Rallr.aa aad Coatractora' Enlpsnent
" -SUAY" LOCOMOTIVES,
Stewart Bros. Co.
HOFIV9 F.QIIPMEST CO.
TRIUMPH
MACHINERY CO.
General Machinery lterehaats
SHIPBUILDERS, ATTKNTIONJ
rOKTLAKD, OR.
Specialty Foundry &
Machine Works
Iron and Brass Castings
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Moulding Machines Used
Special Rates .a snaall Work.
Seventh aa Belasoat. Portland. Or.
T. If endrickaaa
U. Iaaaa
Bam Braad. - - 'elT&rrlJi
pn.
1 aad
K.rtb First M- Ck. Ankaay 64.
Pertlaad. Or.
AMUSEMENTS.
I.AST TIME TODAY
GERALDINE FARRAR
IN' "JOAN TH K WOMAN"
A lfichty Bpertacle Based on tha Ufa af
Joaa of Arc.
CIRCLE THEATER
Fourth at Wa.htnst.41. (OMK
AmsrMrvrs.
TICKETS NOW SFI.1.I;
TT T?TT TpBDX AT TAVLOSS.
IICILIU Main 1 nad 1122
-thi- . nm 10.
i-ekki i:-T.vr- ubi..
12.
SPBCUL PRICE M T. SAT.
BH. JIIS1CAL lO.ULDY HIT.
Eve's Floor Sl-M. 1 ; RsL St. TSe.
Mc GaL &Uc Sat. Mat. S I. TSe. BOO.
BARGAIN MAT.
K1J. Sic.
Portland's Kamout Slock. ComptBy
PALS
FIRST
Tha latest Crook p;y. Kirrt tins hera.
slats. WVd. and t.
Xlshta ;0c .":. a;i i.i:s Sic
tvr Tx.)
MORRISON AT lTM
PLAYS THAT PLEASE
COM hi AM) MCF
MARY'S
ANKLE
TOXKillT AT S-.ZO
J5r. foc. o
MAIS K l. AMI SAT.
A.W MiT S.Vr.
CALL. HRUAUAVAV 37.
AM1KKTIN4 ItASCM
aTreniicra lai-ru -Mmta.
fame Walt, Iw Iftel
and O. . unhins
Added
1- racra
Mil l TUN
Who
Aanunr4i
Ltery Act
ra iOkk WNirn K aad
WALTKR HlMO In
AnMrnlUn r.KMms
triira.l War K- ew
Orptteurn Travel erkly
RFV. VHAVK W.
1 IK.UTVKK (.IKlJi
! AM) M TON
I ALK.VANUKK
I J. .Mr Trio
(OHMAN, the Sim
Ina I'aron ! ormrr
fortland rtnr.
PUBLIC AUDITORIUM
THIRD AND
LAY.
All Thts Week an.1 Next fiundav.
Tit- dally, M.-ts.. -."c. Uves..
L'oi. &c. No war tax.
Seats at Sherman, ri.y A- Co., and
Auditorium box office.
The IT. p. Cnvrnment nrenepts tha Sec
ond Offirial '. S. T n r I"rtire.
k 1
AunpU-aa City of Periland.
Offered by invmion of Films .'ommltte
on Pubirv Informal ton.
F ANT AGE
JLT. DAILY 2:30
MARTT PP.noKS
rmrnli 1'rsok Slnrlairlirf PIim la
OllVIS
VHh MTrll, lsirlrr anil a Company f
Clfer .lrl. M Othrr rlia rl.
Thrr. l'erfortunors Psii. .Ui Curtain
st 7 sn-1 V
LYRIC
MUSICAL
STOCK
Mstiosr lal'v. io Only.
, This
mi.I-OV FKANRS.
Th. Lyric company of ;tu. mith Tia KflM
bud Chnrui IS prttr airls a
W 1-ONO KrTTY,
Bs nit. All th. lstrsl tnnra.
Tuftdxy Country ttor.
Friday Chorus Ulris Contest.
HOUSE OF HITS
IPPODRGME
Today! Today!
Always Good
Most Times Great
HERBERTBETHEW&CO.
In a Comedy Dramatic Tlaylet
"The Little Stranger"
BOBBY
YAN HORN
Mirth and
Melody
GREAT
PATRICKS
Equilibristic
Marvels .
7 Meritorious Numbers 7
ETHEL CLAYTON
IN
A SOUL WITHOUT WINDOWS
DANCING
TONIGHT .
wonderful, ball - bearlnir
bpruiK floor. Portland' fin
est amusement palace.
COTILLION
HALL
ltlh St. Off Wl
DArifJ KVERV EA"EIIO
KXfKI'T MSDAV.
Come aad Itrlas Voaur
r'rleaila.
Danrlaa: Ltssoss C;lven Dally by Aeae
Profcaalonal Instrnrtors S Ijrssols S3.
Alrd). 3XM1, A. SU
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