Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, March 26, 1919, Page 16, Image 16

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TIIE 3IORXIXG OIEEGOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1919.
D1SH.C0MPETIT1
M PACIFIC REMOTE
Scandinavian Countries' Ton
nage Not Yet Released.
ANDERSEN MANAGER HERE
A. Krimann Sajrs Xo Plans Laid for
Future I'sc of Albina En?lnc
& Machine Work!-.
There are no immediate prospects
that tonnace conlroMrd in Scandinavian
countries will find its way to the I'a
cific for permanent tral in the opin
ion of A. Keimann, manaser in Ameri
ca for A. c. Andersen Ac t'o.. and who
is yet in charse of l.mish i-hippinc
toard affairn. with headquarters at Ne w
York. Mr. Keim.inn will spend a week
here on business connected with the
l'ortland office of the Andersen in
terests. The truth is that at present Pen
mark has not enoiiKh vosels for her
ovtt. demand, as considerable tonnace
la beinc used !' the firitmh covern
ment and the I'nited States." he said.
"Scandinavian shippir.K is ftroncly
controlled by the three jtoveriiiiients
now and it is difficult to forecast when
there will br any material release of
bottoms. At least I do not look for
any developments of the kind in the
immediate future."
A. u. Andersen & Co. are heavy stock
holders in the plant of the Alhina Kn-,-ine
& .Machine Works. itr. Keimann
says no plan are under way for the
future, because of the fact the entire
facilities of the plant arc yet engaged
on povernr.ienl work. It has been re
ported tha-. there was a strong prob
ability that contracts on two ships
cancelled there might be restored, but
Mr. Keimann has not been informed
of definite action in that regard.
Ship construction does not represent
a major part of the affairs of the An
dersen .rganixation. for since estab
lishing headquarters here a large
amount of import and export business
has been handled. A: San Kranclsco.
too. a considerable volume of trade is
transacted. Several woollen vessels are
operated in the Pacific trade by the An
dersen interests.
feTEAMLR RISHONG PRAlsEI)
Standifcr r'orre omlimcnccl on
Kclails of Latest Vessel.
Slie sure is a dandy." was the praise
of Kmcrgency Fleet corporation of
ficials yesterday on visiting the new
composite steamer Bushong. at th Van
couver wood shipbuilding plant of the
Standifer corporation, which leaves at
a o'clock this morning on her combined
river and sea trial, the programme be
ing to keep her at sea S4 hours. The
Kushong is one of the Ballin type.
Fred Hogan. installing ngineer at
the plant, and Frank tlollan. superin
tendent, were complimented on the ap
pearance and completeness of the
Bushong and she was said to be among
the best appearing "jobs" of the entire
wood or composite fleet. The vessel
Tas fitted out completely there, not
being taken care of as were some of the
earlier ships through having the ma-
cninery installation carried out by the
Willamette iron & Steel Works and
other work done by the builders. At
the conclusion of the trial the Bushong
will be ready for acceptance.
SOITII AKHICANS KKTAMATE
Rnian, F'inni-li. Scandinavian and
Dutch Tar Iiliked.
South African thippcrs and port
authorities appear not to have a kindly
feeling toward seamen of certain na
tionalities and Collector of Customs
Moore is in receipt of a communication
from E. T. Chamberlain, commissioner
of the bureau of navigation, f u purest -inp
that he inform masters of vessels
of the antipathy.
Commissioner Chamberlain writes
that the state department received a
cable from the consul-general at Cape
town that "vessels destined for a port
in touth Africa should not ship Rus
sians: alo there ts great difficulty here
now in reshippinp Finnish, Scandi
navian and Putch seamen." Commis
sioner Chamberlain directs the atten
tion of customhouse authorities to the
fact they are not authorized to refuse
to ship seamen of the nationalities
mentioned, but that it would be well to
transmit the facts to master? of vessels
loading tfouth African cargoes.
Work. Hall- at Funeral Hour.
SKATTLK. March 25. Promptly at U
A. M. today nil work at the Seattle
North la-ifie Shtphuilritnp company
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
Have you ever stopped to reason why
It is that eo many products that are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop
out of sicht and are soon forpotten?
The reason is plain the article did not
fulfill the promises of the manufac
turer. This applies more particularly to
a medicine. A medicinal preparation
That ha real curative value almost
sells itself, as. like an endless chain
system, the remedy is recommended by
tho-ie who have been benefited to those
who are in need of it.
A prominent druppist says "Take for
example Vr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a
preparation 1 have sold for many years
and never nc.itate to recommend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent
results, as many of my customers testi
fy. No other kidn y remedy has so
larpe a sale
Aecordinp to sworn statements and
Verified testimony of thousands who
nave used the preparation, the success
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot is due to
the f;ict, so many people claim, that it
fulfills almost cery wish in over
i'ominp kidney, livr and bladder ail
ments, corrects urinary troubles and
neutralizes the uric arid which causes
rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
Ir. Kilmer & Co., Rinuhamton, X. Y.,
nd enclose ten cents: also mention The
l'ortland Daily Oreponian. Larre and
medium sie buttles for sale at all drug
stores. Adv.
This Frees Your Skin
From Hair or Fuzz
tToilet Tips)
The method here suggested for the
removal of superfluous hair is quick
and certain and unless the growth is
extremely tubborn. a single applica
tion does the work. Make a stiff -paste
with some powdered delatone and wa
ter; apply this to the hairy surface and
after about 2 minutes rub it off. wash
the skin and the hairs are gone. To
avoid disappointment, be sure your
Uruggidt xells you UtUtone. Adv.
stopped for ten minutes as a mark of
respect to the company's president,
Kobert K. Twohy. who was buried this
morning at Santa Clara. Cal. Mr.
Twohy died recently In San Francisco.
POHTLAXD MARINERS SCATTER
Chief Townsend on West Modus and
Captain Rankin on Independence,
Word has reached the city that when
the steamer West Modus, built here.
put into San Pedro with her chief en
gineer ill, more than a week ago, K
Townsend. formerly chief of the Port
land-California liner Beaver, was de
tailed to assume charge of the "black
gang." The ship goes via Newport
News and he may leave there or pro
ceed to France, depending on the pros
pects for him obtaining a relief, as a
position awaits him ashore at San
Francisco. Mr. Townsend and Captain
Clyde K. Parker, who was master of
the Beaver, were on the same ship in
the trans-Atlantic trade during the en
tire period of the active fighting, and
now Captain Parker is at San Fran
cisco.
Captain Oliver P. Rankin, master of
the Beaver for a lengthy period before
Captain Parker, is now commander of
the Independence, on the Atlantic Tom
Hrangwin. steward of the liner Rose
City, has accepted a steward's berth on
the liner China, under Captain Dunning,
the latter being a former mate on the
Bear.
ST. JOHNS PIER TO OPEN
FORMAL (KRKMOXV TO TARE
PLACE A BO IT APRIL t.
First Carso on lrin Assembled
for shipment to the Orient on
steamship WrM Munham.
Arrangements ire brine made for the
formal opening of the new pier at St.
Johns terminal, which will probably
take place about the first of April, ac
cordinp to announcement made yester
day noon at the Kiwanis luncheon held
at the l'ortland hole
The Kiwanis club has been invited to
co-operate with the Portland Chamber
of Commerce in making the arrange
ments. B. 5. McKinley, secretary, was
designated to represent the Kiwanis
club at a luncheon Saturday at the
Chamber of Commerce. The first carpo
to pass over the pier is now beinp as
sembled for shipment on the West
Munham. it will be the first sailing
in the oriental trade of the Pacific
steamship company.
Circuit Judge staple ton addressed the
Kiwanis club in the interests of Port
land Shri tiers' campaign for the na
tional 1920 Shriners convention. Sup
port was pledged by the l'ortland Ki
wanians. who expect to entertain the
international annual Kiwanis conven
tion here on the week following that In
which the Shriners hold their conven
lion. The Kiwanis convention was an
nounced as practically a certainty- for
Portland in the summer of 19J0.
Other speakers before the club were
Kiwanian Lee of Columbus, O., H. u.
Gates, of Los Angeles and Corporal Cn
den. who has just returned from over
seas. The club voted to attend the
Central Presbyterian church, April 6,
when their fellow club member. Rev A.
B. Pershing, will preach a special Ki
wanis sermon.
Marine Note?.
Good time was made down the river yes
terrtay by the wooden steamer Musketo, ah
having gotten away from Portland soon after
daylight, and at 2.M o ciock was reportea
crossing out to sea. bound for Belling ham
to load a cargo of ties.
The tank iteamer Washtenaw sailed yes
terday morning on the return to San Fran
cineo. and as followed in the afternoon by
bit me No. t-l, while El Segundo Im scheduled
to mil this morning.
To start rargo for Honolulu, the steamer
Ondoyle shifts this morning from the
plant of t ho Albiiw Engine & Machine
Works to th Fifteenth-street terminal. It
is said that freight at Portland and Seattle
will give her a fUil cargo, and It is probable
the steamer West Hardaway. also schedules
to proreed to Honolulu to load sugar for the
Atlantic will leave the coast tn ballast.
The hull of tha steamer Dardania.
launched December Itf at the Columbia City
plant of the Sommarstrom Shipbuilding com
pany. Is to be towed from there to the plant
of the Pacific Marine Iron works today to
have her machinery installed.
Inspection of the new wooden steamers
Fort Stevens. Fort Seward ami Aparifta is
to he started today under the direction of
I nite-d States Steam Verael Inspectors Ed
wards and W'ynn.
There wilt be a doi-k trial conducted Mon
day aboard the new 40oO-ton steamer Brae
burn, turned out by the Peninsula Shipbuild
ing company, and she will soon be ready for
her official river trial.
F. H. Taindy has been signed on th
staror Stranger as master, relieving Eu-
reoe Harden. Arthur Reubens has replaced
W. K. McCarty on the Lfdle and Marie of
Astoria.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. March 25. Sailed at 9 A. M.
t earner Washtenaw, for San Francisco; at
ft A. M.. barge No. 9s, for ban Francisco
ft A. M.. steamer Musketo. for Atlantic
rout via Aberdeen. Arrived. Tamalp&ls,
from Westport and San r ranewco. Arrived
1 1 30 P. M.. Meamers Daiy f reeman
and Celilo. from San Francisco.
ASTORIA. March 2.V Arrived at 11:45
A. M. and left up at - P. M- steamer
Daisy Frfeman, from San Francifco. Ar
rivrd at l:lo P. M. and left up at '2 P. M..
rmr t elik. rrin Sa n r rancisco. Out
vide at noon, bound north, auxiliary schoon
er City of Portland, from San Francisco.
Sailed at 2 P. M.. eteamer Washtenaw, for
Sn Francisco. Sailed at L':3P P. M.. steamer
Musketo. for Atlantic coast via Aberdeen.
liAlTA. March 25. Arrived, steamer
W. K. H-rrin. from Portland via San Kran-
ciaco.
PAN rr.ANCISCCX March 24. Sailed at
r.:.lO A. M.. steamer ah keens, for Port
land. Sailed at 3 P. M.. steamer City of
Topeka, for Portland via Eureka and Coos
B-a.v. Arrued. steamer Daisy Matthews,
from San Pedro for l'ortland. Arrived at
10 P. M. steamer w a pa ma. from San
Diego for Portland.
SEATTLE. March Arrh ed Steamers
Kelshin Mam. from Kobe: Nome City, from
i n t mncilio; King and Vi Inge (schooner),
from Juneau. Sa i 1 ed S t earners p rof essor.
f.r Liverpool; City of Seattle, for southeast
Alaska
TAOOMA. Wash. March 2.". Arrived
Steam schooner Stanwood. from San Kran -Cisco.
Sailed Steamer Jacona. for Seattle.
PAN FRANCISCO. March 25. Arrived
Steamers Rainier. Alameda. Sunset. Explor
er, from Tacoma: La Toreche, from Seattle:
Santa Inex. from Tacoma: Mayfair. from
Port Angeles. Sailed Steamer West Am
argoa. fur Newport News.
MELBOPRNE. March 19. Arrived
Strainer Watmarino, from Vancouver..
I. S. Naval Kadfo Reports.
All portion reported at 8 p. M. yester
day unle otherwise indicated.
KLAMATH. St. Helens for San Francisco,
off Cap- Mendocino.
WASHTENAW, 72 miles south of the Co
lumbia river.
WEEN. Seattle for San Francisco. 343
mtUs from Seatt'e.
COLONEL DRAKE. Point Wells for Rich
mond. 12 mt!es south of Columbia river.
PKOVIDENC1A. San Francisco for Ta
coma, StVt mT.es north of San Francisco.
W AH KEEN A. San Francisco for Port
land, at mls from San Francisco.
W. S. PORTER. Oaviota for Linnton, 7oS
mi Us from tlavmia.
J. A. MOKFIT. San Francisco for Van
couver, 4!o miles north of San Francisco.
t A. SMITH. Marshfleld for San Fran
cisco. b:ir bound inside of Coos Bay.
GOVERNOR. San Francisco for Wilming
ton, 14 milea southeast of Point Sur.
SANTA ALICIA. w,jth W. JT Pirte in tow.
Everrt for San Francisco, 7 miles north
of San Francisco.
CAPT. A. F. Lt'CAS, Et Secundo for
Richmond. S miles south of Richmond.
E. H. MEYER. Everett for San Francisco.
131 mii south of San Francisco.
LONOKE, San Francisco to Newport News
via Balboa, 4t0 miles from San Francisco.
ARCYLU Port San Luis for Oleum, SK
auicj from Oleum.
FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT
BUREAU IS TAKEN OVER
State Commission for Time to
Look After Service.
THOUSANDS IDLE IN CITY
Influences Needed to Counteract
Revolutionary Tendencies Con
siderable Unrest Is Noted.
Announcement was made yesterday
by Frederick Mulkey, chairman, that
the state soldier and sailor commission
appointed by Governor WUhycombe to
administer the $100,000 voted by the
recent legislature for the relief of re
turned service men has taken over the
federal employment bureau at Liberty
Temple.
This service, it is expected, will re
vert to federal control at the end of
two months, when appropriations by
congress are expected. The salaries
of three examiners and one stenogra
pher pi vinar full tune to the Liberty
Temple employment bureau wfll be de
frayed by the commission in the mean
time. The work is in charpe of Cap
tain J. O. Convil), detailed by the
United States army to the soldier and
sailor branch of the federal employ
ment bureau.
Federal ttareau eeary.
The need of a government emolov
1 ment bureau to counteract revolu
tionary tendencies among the unem
ployed has been greatly emphasized
during the last few days since news
of Hungary's collapse reached Port
land, according to Wilfred SmrYh. 'state
director of the United States employ
ment bureau.
"There is. without doubt, a strong
undorcurrent of unrest, particularly
tmung unemployed men," said Mr.
Smith yesterday. "When the word
came that-the bolshevik! were in con
trol of Hungary this undercurrent
grew visibly stronger. On all sides
men could be heard discussing the mat
ter. Their interest is being strength
ened, I believe, by funds brought in
from Kurope.
Thousands Oat of ork.
"There are in Portland between 5000
and 6000 men out of work. Wood ship
yards have let practically all their em
ployes go, but forces in the steel yards
are still intact. The Portland employ
ment office is receiving daily increas
ing numbers of applications from these
unemployed men. 1 believe the number
out of work is becoming smaller and
that the labor situation in Portland is
steadily improving.
"We confidently expect appropria
tions to meet deficiencies by the next
congress. In the meantime our entire
staff in Portland is being kept intact."
Woman's Bureau Maintained.
The woman's division of the Portland
federal employment bureau is the only
bureau for women in the United States
whose staff will not be reduced because
of the failure of the last congress to
provide needed funds. The exception
was made of the Portland woman's di
vision because of the influence brought
to bear by its director. Mrs. Bruce Scott,
who was in Washington at the time the
appropriations were made and who told i
of the Portland work and its necessity.
Word has been received by Mr. Smith
that the Astoria city council has ap
propriated $250 monthly for the upkeep
of its branch of the federal empioymen
bureau until the congress meets and
provides funds for its continuance.
Money has been pledged in Eugene by
Red Cross, welfare and fraternal or
ganizations to continue the bureau
there for the same time. Jlarshfield
and Medford also have arranged to de
fray the expenses of their branch of
fices, and it is thought that similar ac
tion will be taken in La Grande, Pen
dleton and Baker.
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotes.
ASTORIA. Or., March 25. (Special.)
Brizucinr frehrht for Astoria and Portland
the steam schooner Daisy Fret-man arrived
11:45 from Sa-n Francisco.
The steam schooner Celilo arrived at 1:15
this afternoon from San Francisco, bringing
freig-ht for Portland. She towed, the motor
ship City of Portland up the coast and the
atter proceeded to Seattle.
The emergency fleet steamer Musaeeto,
from Portland, ealled at 3:30 this afternoon
for BelliTigham, where she is to load lum
bar.
After loading 600.000 feet of lumber at the
Hammond mill, the Norwegian steamer Baja
California sailed at 4:20 this afternoon for
Wwt Coast points.
The tank steamer Washtenaw sailed at
o'clock this afternoon for California, after
discharging fuel oil in Portland.
GRATS HARBOR. Wash., March 23.
r Special.) The steamer Hart wood is due to
sail for San Francisco and San Pedro
Thursday. She ki loading at the Hulbert
mill.
The steamers Charles Christ en son and
Carmel. scheduled to come to Grays Harbor
for lumber, have been diverted to Willapa
Harbor to load while tha steamers Daisy and
Tamalpaisi have been diverted to the Co
lumbia.
COOS BAT. Or., March 25. (Special.)
The gasoline schooner Rustler, just off the
Kruse & Banks ways, has a fresh coat of
paint and a number of needed repairs.
Manager James Polhemue. of the Coos
Bay Shipbuilding company, announced the
satisfaction of retroactive pay at that yard
naming Saturday, March 23. for distribution
of the August 1 to November l, 191 S, rn
create.
The steamer C. A. Smith was still bar-
bound inside the harbor tonight, being un
able to sail for Bay Point with her lumber
cargo.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 25. (Special.)
The business of the Maritime, Navigation
company and the United Freight Brokers
corporation Is to be extended across the Pa
cific by the inauguration of a branch at
Sydney. Australia, was announced today by
A. C. Worthington, vice-president and gen
t ral manager of both concerns. His com
pany is waiting for the shipping board to
release their fleet of some 20 vessels for
operations at any points that may be de
sired.
Aocordinjr to advice received from Pomt
Arena today, the Hanlon steamer Bertie M.
Hanlon, laden with lyiiber, was passing that
port at noon with a jury rudder, and being
tow ed by the steamer West do rt. The vessel
operates between this port and Crescent City
and carries lumber. She is under charter to
Ho-bba. Wall Co.
The. schooner Louise, Captain Aune, ar
rived from Levuka today after a passage of
rt days with ."UiO tona of copra for the
American Trading company. The captain
said the voyage was one of the worst of his
experience. Fully one-half of the sails were
blown away before the crew could control
the situation, and after that the ship ran
along under nearly bare poles for two days.
Al Pollard, who has charge or the Albers
Bros, fleet of vessels on the coast, an
nounced today that the demand for flour ;
and cereal from points along the lower j
coaet is increasing rapidly. The steamer ;
Northland, which is operated by his com
pany between this port and Balboa, via
ports, sailed today with 100 tons of cargo.
The majority of this consists of flour.
The old and ancient route for sailing shins
between this port and Europe via Cape Horn
will be utilized by the Frich bark St.
Louis, captain Tiercelin, which sailed for
Nantes today. The bark carried 26T tons
of grain and Is the first windjammer to
leave via the old route since the war put a
stop to the trade of the sailing ship fleet.
The Pacific Mail steamship Colombia ar
rived from the orient today just in time t&
pass Quarantine. The vessel raced against
the sun during the afternoon and anchored
In quarantine about a half hour before the
federal men were scheduled to leave.
SEATTLE. W-ash.. March 25. (Special.)
That the United States shipping board has
agreed to assign ships to the trang-Pactfic
routes to make its new weight rates of $12
a ton and measurement rates of $14 a ton
effective. Is the statement made by Robert
Bridges, president of the port commission,
on his return yesterday from Washington,
D. C, where he represented the commit
sion In the delegation that was sent from
Seattle to protect the port's interests in tha
readjustment programme.
The delegation was composed of Mr.
Bridges, representatives of the Chambei
of Commerce and Commercial club, and the
heattie importers and Exporters associa
tion. The other members of the delegation
are remaining for the present in the na
tional capital.
"The shipping board." said Mr. Bridges,
"has agreed to provide the ships necessary
to make its new low rates effective in ihe
trans-Pacific. This Is Important because of
the new competition faced by Seattle and
other coast ports since the resumption of
traffic from the Atlantic coast to the orient
via the Panama canal.
Fourth vessel fixed In the last seven
or eight days by the Universal Shipping &
Trading company of Seattle for the re
vived trade from the coast to the other
sine of the Atlantic, the five-masted sal
ing vpss1! Falketind. was chartered this
morning to take a full cargo of barley from
San Francisco to Copenhagen, Denmark and
e hristiania. 2 or way. The freight rate
$40 a ton, prepaid.
TOCOMA, Wash., March 2.V (Special.)
With a full cargo of general freight for
Tacoma, the steam schooner btanwood ar
rived here from San Francisco this morn
ing. The vessel had head winds all the way
up the coast and was considerably delayed
After unloading, the vessel will shift to the
local mills to load a part cargo of lumber.
The Nome City, from S;in I rancisco,
due here tomorrow morning.
The new steamer Jacona. built at the
Todd yards here, shiftrd to Scuttle this
morning and it Is expectt-d will begin '
load witaiin a few days. Prior to the sirik
the vessi had hen awarded to thx Matson
Navigation company and wan to have loaded
flour here. It is not known now who will
operate this vessel.
The crew of the Wawona were paid off
herr today. Captain Foss of the schooner
declares he does not want any more snuth
Parific voya'gfs. The schooner Is a halibut
and cod fmherman and the northern breezes
are more dsired than those of the tropica
by the crew.
The railroad administration's announcement
of reduced rates for transcontinental export
business to the orit-nt comes as a relief in
a situation which within two months would
I i.i vp wipfd out th export and import bui
npss of Tacoma and other Pac.fic coast
ports.
This was the statement today of Ehper
Dover, who represented Tacoma at Ihe ra.
hearing lu-ld in Washington. D. C, March
H, attended by represents tie. a of com
mercial organizations of all PiiciTic coaet
cities.
The new rates will have the effect ot
returning export business of Pacific port to
its normal conditions prevailing be for? the
war. Dover said. He returned :rom Wash
ington five days ago.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
High. I !Ow.
:1B A. M 7.0 feet'0:22 A. M 3 8 feet
8:13 P. M 5.8 feet l:M P. M 1.2 feet
Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, March 2". Condition of
the bar at 5 P. M. Sea smooth; wind north
west, 16 mile.
NORTHCLIFFE IS IMPROVING
British Newspaper Owner Not Vet
Able to Leave France.
LONDON, March 25. There t have
been rumors lately regarding the health
of Viscount Northcliffe, the newspaper
owner and former head of the British
mission to the United States. A bulle
tin issued by his physicians at Men
tone, France, says he went there two
months ago suffering from a protracted
bronchial and laryngeal catarrh, re
sulting from an attack of influenza last
year. He has made Vapid progress as
the result of more favorable climatic
conditions and rest.
Tne statement says that it is essen
tial that he not return to England at
present.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Birth.
SAVO To Mr. and Mrs. David Eavo. G145
Forty-third, February 2". a daughter.
VEATCH To Mr. and Mrs. John Veatch.
94fi Dunckley, March S. a daughter.
FARLEY To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J.
Farley, 1K18 Stanton, March 16, a son.
T ALDER WOOD To Mr. and Mrs. John
Calderwood, Yamhill. Or.. March 14, a son.
JEFFCOTT To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
A. .leffcott, 6S2 Everett, March 10. a son.
. PATTON To Mr. and Mrs. Walter F.
Patton. 1401 Burrae, March 14, a daughter.
MADDEN To Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J.
Madden. 244 Montgomery. March '.). a son.
RUSSELL To Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Russell. 4i15 Eishty-eighth, March 17, a
daughter.
KING To Mr. and Mrs. Charlca King, 211
Gibbs. March 17. a son.
WISH ART To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wishart, SJti Wiliiams avenue, March 16, a
son.
SMITH To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith,
81 Morris. March 17, a son.
HOLM To Mr. and Mrs. O. Holm, 502
Ross, March 16. a son.
LOWENGART To Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
P. Lowengart, 554 Davis, March lit, a
daughter.
NEUGEBAUER To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Neiigcbauer. tKi.'t Wilson, March lt. a son.
EVANS To Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Evans.
171 East Eighteenth. March 14. a son.
CROSS To Mr. and Mrs. George P. Cross,
2SS Alberta, March 22, a son.
ML'RPH Y T o Mr. and Mrs. John Mur
phv. 421 fc Sixth, March l.. a son.
GROVER To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F.
Grover, Jennings Lodge. March 13. a son.
GRESSEL To Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gres
sel, March 8, a son.
BLACKWOOD To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick Blackwood, 11 IS East Twentieth, a
daughter.
M ISETICH To Mr. and Mrs. George
MiseUch. 2GS Stanton, March i-. a son.
Vancouver Marriage Licenses.
POINDKXTKR-DOXNER Richard Poln
dexter. s, of Portland, and Mary Donner, 42,
of Portland.
S W A N SON-WHIT E O scar A. Swanson,
30. of Spokane, Wash., and Florence E.
White. 2:. of St. Johjia. Or.
GETCH EL-MOORIT Ralph M. uetchel.
26. of Amino. Wis., and Bessie Moore, 18,
of Vancouver. Wash.
JOHNSON-PETERS Georee rl. jonnson.
legal, of Vancouver. Wash., and Louisa Pe-
tr- of Vancouver, Wash.
STEEL
STRUCTURAL SHAPES,
PLATES,
BARS,
BIVETS, BOLTS,
IPSET RODS,
FABRICATED MATERIAl,
FOR
BRIDGES, BUILDINGS,
TANKS, TOWERS.
SHIPS.
NORTHWEST BRIDGE & IRON
COMPANY
PORTLAND, OR.
P. O. Box 988. Phone Main 11D3.
Kcr -m-3wj . Vgrt
l SMniinn'rifH J-)iiim urnr1
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29.
ACCORDION PLEATING, HEMSTITCHING.
WE PLEAT sktrLs, any style, $1; hemstitch-
ing lou per yard; buttons covered. Eastern
novelty MIg. Co.. boi otn St. J3dwy. .ww.
ACCOl.MAMs.
ALFRED FAL'LKXEK Corporation incomo
tax reports accurately and promptly pre
pared: accountings auditing. Iarshl. ;lool.
AGATE CCTTERS AND MFG. JEWELERS.
JEWELRY and watch repairing. Miller's.
355 Wash, at.. Majestic Theater bldg.
ALFALFA MEAL, GROUND FEED. HAY.
WALTER SCOTT, Board of Trade. M. 8667.
ASSAYER3 AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
ATTORNEYS.
MORRIS A. GOLDSTEIN, practice in all
courts. 802 Northwestern Bank bldgJ
CARPET CLEAIN1NG.
RllfJOThe kind that wear tne best are
IIUUO made from your wornout carpets by
The Northwest Rug Co. (former address,
153 Union ave.). Rag rugs woven all sizes.
Carpet cleaning, refitting and resizing.
Mail orders solicited. lt-8 East Eighth.
PHONE EAST 3580, B 180.
CARPET WEAVING.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag- rugs, all sizes; carpet cleaning, etc
Mall orders prompt. Send for booklet.
fi.ttpp RiTt; r.n.
54-56 Union ave. N. Phones: 6516, B J475.
CANCKR TREATMENT.
L. M. JONES, M. X. CANCER TREATED.
812 Morgan bldg. Marshall 6143
CARPENTER AND BLIEDER.
A. I-AFIAIK, caipenttT and builder: xneral
jobbins. .iU7 ad st., Portland. Or. Phone
CKI.I.l l.OID BITTONS.
TMM JHWIN'-HODSOX COMPANY.
.'VS I Washington. Broadway 4:14, A 12."4.
CHIROPRACTOR.
300.000 KNOW McMahon, 1U0 chiropractor.
inronps pronouncing treatment easiest,
best, permanent. :tl "treats" $15. Tel,
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM, Kstelle and Florello do Veny, the
oniy scientirtc cnipropodlsts ana arch spe
cialists in the city. Parlors 302 Gerlinger
Ding., southwest corner faecond and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
CIRCULAR LETTERS.
CRANE LETTER CO., .110-11-12 Royal
Building. Mar. Muit igraphing, mim
eograph and mail advertising.
COLLECTIONS.
NKTH CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1798.
rio collections, no charge. Established 1900
DANCING.
MRS. BATH'S Dancing Academy. 308-11
Dekum bldg. Best instructors. Beginners
class Tues. eve., clas party Frl. eve.
sons day and eve, by appt. Main 1345
AL1SKY Dancing Academy. Private Instruc
tors day ana evening. Classes jrtuay even
ing. 2d floor Allsky bldg. 8 lessons, $5.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY, 109 2rl st. Ball
room and Rtago dancing; class Tues., Fri.
eve.; children specialty. Main 2100.
BERKELEY Dancing School, 129 4th st.
Main 3318. Mrs. Summers, Mgr. Lessons by
appt.; personal attention. Dances Wed.
DANCE, orchcstra."Union." Violins repaired.
w. i. King.. o44& wasn. Broaaway g.
DR. J. T. WALLS. DENTIST. 107 BROAD
WAY, LIBERTY THBATKR BLDu.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
HOSPITAL Dr. G. H. Huthman. veterina
rian. 41 : East 7th St. East 1847. B 19i
ELECTRICAL REPAIR SnOP.
H.M.H. ELECTRIC CO.
I SI North 1st St., Portland, Or. Re
winding and electrical repairing
a specialty. See us about new or
used motors. Bdwy. 1045, A 1046.
FERTILIZER.
FIRST-CLASS MANURE.
ROSES,
LAWN.
GARDEN.
LARGE OR SMALL LOADS. EAST 538.
WHOLESALERS AND
AUTO TOPS.
DUBRILLE; BUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak
DRY GOODS NOTIONS.
L.DINKELSPIELCO.
Stockroom and office
47 North Fifth street.
GRAIN MERCHANTS.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS,
THANHOUSER HAT CO, 53-55 Front at.
HIDES, WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 195 Front street.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING
W. P. FULLER CO.. 12th and Davis sts
AMUSEMENTS,
BARGAIN
MAT. TODAY. 25c.
Famous STOCK COMPANY in the Great
est Dramatic Novelty Sensation
ot the Year.
YES
or
A tremendous hit: 100.000 saw it In Los
Angeles. How about you?
Nights: 25c. 50c. Mats.. 25c (tax)
Next week "The Squawman."
Real
Jazz
TONIGHT
NEW ORCHESTRA
JACK'S IDAHO JAZZ
OH, BOY REAL PEP
Piano.- drums, banjo, saxaphone,
bells and marimbiphone.
Some Floor Some Danee
Let's Go
4 Hours of Happy Harmony.
APOLLO
PANT A G EC
MAT. DAILY 2:30 J
Menlo Moore. M. Mepley & Co., Inc., Present
"DOC" BAKKK AND TIIK MAGAZINE
GIRLS WITH POLLY WALKER
and the Current Numbers of Pretty Feminin
ity, International Beauties.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 8
Three Performances Daily. Nisht Curtain at
7 and 0.
Dancing
Tonight
COTILLION HALL
14th off Washington
3 HALLS 2
3 ORCHESTRAS 3
A Real Dance Follow the Crowd
Phone your want ads to the Orego
nian. Phone Main 7070, A 6095,
Pnnii ar
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casseday, specialist; glasses fitted.
700 E. Burncide. cor, iiuto. B 13i)3. E. 4734.
HEMSTITCHING.
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders. Plttocic blk. Broauway luiiu.
HEMSTITCHING and picot. All work guar
anteed. Singer Sew'g Alach. Co 402 Wash.
HOT AIR FKO.VI Fl RNACES.
HOT AIR FROM FURNACES
warm and invigorating only when throw
ing off 60 per cent moisture; let us dem
onstrate our system. 404 .Northwest Bank
building. '
IUSIC.
EMIL. THIELHORN, violin teacher; pupil
Sevcik. 07 Fiiedner blag. Broadway lt21.
VIOLIN, piano, harmony, guitar, mandolin,
banjo. Kol Kenbeck, 409 lamhill.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
til-ASSKS AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on th
kaihIh of Kiitisfitiil uaLrona. A
trial will couvincf. CharU-a XV. lioodman.
Optometrist, 20$ Morrison. Main 214.
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
kX-CONJRKtSAIA-N K. M. McCRACKEN,
registered paient attorney. ltiOl Avon
Place, Washington. D. C
It. C. WRIGHT years- experience U.
and foreign patenta. bul Dekum bldg.
UULDBEKG, 0-0 Worcester bldg. Main o-5.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. R. U. WATXKKS. 30ti Swetland bldg.
filled increased ctticiency OrugUaa
0U lO treatment, goitre, paralysis, head
ache, appendicitis, liver, kidney.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS, 905 Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, female disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach, liver, kidneys. bowels,
throat, goitre, scalp, high blood pressure.
LlHBLNu Sl'PPLIES.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
Stark-Davis Co.. Third. Main 797.
PRINTING.
KEYSTONE PRKSS, J. E. Gantenbein, Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 Front St.,
corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
DPIUTIfcJP v- w- BALTES & COMPAN Y,
mill I lltU 1st and Oak sts. Main 165, A 1165.
SECOND-HAND STORES.
LKVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.,
221 Front street.
We buy and sell everything In the hard
ware and furniture line. Phone Jdaln
9910, A 7174.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO,
General Transfer and Forwarding Asents.
TRACKAGE STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
JM) ASH ST. BROADWAY 4.14.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Glisan nt.,
corner of 13th. Telephone Broadway 1'81
or 1169. "We own and operate two ls.rge
claws "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates in the city.
INTERSTATE TRANSFER.
Furniture and General Hauling.
Reasonable rates. Phone YVoodiawn 4542.
FIREPROOF STORAGE
C. M. OLSEN TRANSFER CO.. 248 P1NB.
MADISON-ST. DOCK & WAREHOUSE OF-
flee, 189 Madison st. General mercnannse
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 1H91.
PACKING MOVING STORING.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO.
105 Park st. Main S1D5, A 1051.
CLAY S. MORSE, Inc.
TRACKAGE. STORAGE, TRANSFER.
448-454 Glisan at.
FULTON & SONS Baggage moving anO
storage room. Kast 40u. aou nawuioriw.
ALERT Transfer Co. Trunks i5-50c; quick
ervice. riroaoway luon. 11- otartt.
VACUUM CLEANING.
ELECTRIC vacuum cleaninff in your home.
5c a rug. carl. Jj.ast roup.
WATCH REPAIRING.
HIGHEST prices paid old watches and jew
elry. Condition no object. Repairs a sp
clalty. Rainier Jewelry Co- 449 Wash, at.
MANUFACTURERS
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
ALCAIC
MORRISON AT 1ITH
PLAYS THAT PLEASE
BARGAIN MATINKK TOD A V
ANY" SKAT 25c
Never Say Die
THE GREAT COMEDY HIT
TONIGHT AT 8:20
S5c, 50c, BOO.
NEXT KICK IN'.,
Musical
SL ii H Comedy
Matinee Daily. 10c Only.
Dillon & Franks in the Big Joy Show
Bosom Friends
o0CIever People The Koscbud Chorus.
AH the Late Sons Hits.
Chorus Girls' Contest Friday Nisht.
TODAY ONXT
CHARLES RAY
-in
"THE CLAWS OF THE HUN"
Also Metro Comedy and Pathe News.
CIRCLE
Fourth at Washington.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
PIPE, PIPE FITTING AND VALVES.
M. L. K.L1N rJ. B4-OP J ront street. .rv
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES. " yJk
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front street. VVJV
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IEVERDING & FARRELL, 140 Front street.
KOPE AND BINDER TWINE.
l fortianq cordage Co- itn ana ixonnrup,
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS. I jkMV
W. P. FULLER CO.. 12th and Davis sts. 1 5cN3o3
011.S. . HALL i -A f r. IV. : W .V V .
vis sts. I MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d St. '-'
AMUSEJIENTS.
1 .. ir- i .A.
NO It W - 1 : PV
Hi I Venus m tne ' LJ
II East" M m-
I l ri Featuring I t-4 I N
BR V ANT . I
. WASHBURN Jr'
, S SATURDAY . I
X , "In for ao Daya" jjr. : 3
: -;- with I' i
' J MAY ALLISON
:
AMUSEMENTS.
Ticket!. Now Selling.
TLTrjTT T Broadway at Taylor.
SKe,VAo TOMORROW
Sl'KC'IAL TRICK MAT. SAT.
Klaw & Krllnnrrr and Goo. C Tyler
l'renent
THB PLAT THAT PUTS
JOY INTO L1VINO
by Catharine C his holm Cash
ing from th world -famous
glad books
by XI lea nor H. Porter
Ideal Cut and nrlroiunat
E K'S Floor. 11 rows $2. 7 rows
$1.50 Balcony, 5 rows $1.50; 17
rows $1; Gallery, 50c.
SAT. MAT. Floor, 11 rows $1.60, 7
rows $1; Balcony, $1 and 50u.
. EDDIE FOY
and
THE YOUNGER IX) VS.
Martha Hamilton ft Co.; Coak!T Jt
Dunlerr; .lean Karri ok; Kthel Nalallne
& Co.: Steve JuhaMc; The Fleming::
Bert VVbeeler A Co.; Orpbeum Travel
. vekly: Kiimcrams.
3 NiKhtn, Snn.-Mon.-Tne.. 10c to $t.fM.
I Mats., Sun.-Mon.-J ues.-Wed.. 10c to ?5c.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's Auction House, 10
Furniture. 169-171 Second st.
MEETING NOTICES.
1
PORTLAND CHAPTER. It. A.
M. Masonic temple. tins
(Wednesday) evening. March 2'1.
Roval Arch deffree at ,i:;:o ami
8 o'clock. The degree at 8 o'clock
will be conferred exclusively hy
nast hieh nriests and the charKe
will be delivered by Past Grand High Priest
John B. Cleland. atter which refreshments
and clears will be served. All members ami
visiting companions are earnestly requested
to attend.
THE MASTER WARDENS
AND PAST MASTERS ASSO
CIATION will meet at the
Acacia Club. Central bldg., luth
and Alder sts.. this (Wednesday)
!., at A ftViorlt. Full at-
tendance ifj PA K'ST
FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER. NO.
115. O. E. S. Stated communiiu-
Hvtion this wtaiie"J
Vincent hall, 43d and , Sandy.
tLiljA. UKJiXil
WASHINGTON COUNCIL, NO.
;i K AND S. M. Stated as
sembly this (Wednesday) even
ing 7:30 P. M.. East Sth and
Burnside. Dsrees. v'3'l wc'
con.e. J. H. KICHMOND,
MT TABOR liODGE, NO. 4'J,
A P. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (fteaneioj;'
evening, west side temple,
::I0
o'clock. E. A. degree.
Visitini:
brethren welcome
EDWIN L. MINAR, W. M.
ALBERT PIKE LODCB. NO
1: A F. AND A. M. special
communication this (W.dnes;
dav) evening. March -o.
o'clock. M. M. degree. Visltins
brethren welcome.
G. "W. COOK, Secretary.
FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER. NO.
115, O. E. . btatea communit-..-
tion tins merai
Vincent hall. 43d and SandJ.
ELLA DUNN RICi;. Sec.
VILLA LODGE. NO
124. I. O. O. K. Regu
lar meeting. Wednesday.
March 26. East 80th and
and Glisan Btreeta. 8
o'clock. The third de
gree will be conferred on five candidates.
The members of Arleta. lodge will make us
a fraternal visit. A banquet will be served.
All members are requested to be present.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
K. G. FORD. N. G.
CHAS. P. NF.LSON, Secretary.
hTLOd REGULAR MEETING this
0? fWednesday) evening, Eas:
-(jUS' sixtn Bnd Alder streets.
V;ldo"l7J P'irpt degrees.
RAY MAN'GAN. N. G.
S. A. STARR, Sec.
LADIES' NIGHT Portland
Lodge of Moose will entertain
on Wednesday evening, March
26. at 8 P. M. Members and
their families and visiting
Moose are invited.
J. F. KENNEDY, Sec.
DANCB AND 500.
The vouncer element of I-iberty Assembly,
No nus, United Artisans, win give hh sec
ond party in the East Side W. O. W. hall next
Wed n esd ay n i c h t. March 26. The p roreeu ;
of this nance will be used to purchase equip
ment for a baseball team being organized
to represent thia assembly.
MINERVA IjODGB. NO. 19. T. O. O. F.
All members are requested to meet at Odd
fellows' temple, T2ti Alder otreet. at 7::it)
sharp, Thursday evening. Important buai
nens and social.
FRED SCHWAB. N. G.
PETE WIEDEMANN. Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. '2.
I. O. O. F., will meet thia
Wednesday) evening at 8
o'clock at 226 Alder et. Visit
ing brothers welcome.
EARL R. ADKINS, M. G.
JESSE T. JONES. Sec.
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD "SOn
party by High Cost of Living club. Look at
these prizes: 50-1 b. sack of flour, other
prizes. Women of Woodcraft hall, 10th and
Taylor, Wed. eve., March 20. Admission 2oc
BIO DANCE. MARCH 20.
K. of P. hall, 4uU Alder. Prize waltz, gen
tleman's safety razor; ladK-s, silver lead
pencil. Two good prises awarded best
fox trotters. Punch free. All welcome.
ROPE CITY SOCIAL CLITB will meet at
the home of Mrs. Guerin. East lth nt.
N.. this (Wednesday) evening at 6 o'clock.
Rose City chapter members please attend.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pi as
Sw designs. Jaeger Bros. 131-8 0th at.
FRIEDLANDER'R for lodge m0!as
c pita and med;. 310 WuUingtoa W
IB3
I I BURKE J II
f "GOOD GRACIOUS l
ABKLLEl I II
r I SATURDAY I 1
f "A Man In the Open" I
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