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THE 3IORXING OREGDXIAX,. TTTESI5AX, JTTXE 3, 191!)-
BY HEW PORT BOARD
same basis as provided for In the- state
compensation law and yesterday it was
requested that Superintendent uoyie
compile a report of claims liquidated
and compare the total with what it
would have cost the commission in the
same period to take advantage of the
IU3IBER SHIPMENTS GROWING
Phil Metschan Jr. Replaces D.
C. O'Reilly as Treasurer.
ALL OTHERS ARE RESEATED
Members ot Port Commission Renew
Oaths in Compliance With
Amendment" to Charter.
Complying- with provisions of an
amendment to the charter, enacted at
the last session of the legislature,
which provided for a new personnel on
the Port of Portland commission, a
majority of the members met yesterday
and renewed their oaths of office and
elected officers. The old board re
signed in favor of the new appointees
soon after the legislature adjourned, in
order to permit their successors to be
Kin their duties without awaiting- the
designated time, so all were new in
cumbents except Drake C. O'Reilly, the
one holdover member.
The election yesterday resulted in
reseating Max H. Houser as president.
Frank M. Warren vice-president and
J. D. Kenworthy secretary, while Phil
Metschan Jr. was elected treasurer In
place of Mr. O'lteilly. . The latter had
been treasurer since his election to the
board several years ago, and at the
time the new board took office he con
sented to continue his duties until the
time officially designated for the new
board members to take their .seats,
Monthly Bills Favored.
It was voted yesterday to make a
change in the system of calling for bids
every quarter for supplying meats and
groceries to dredges and steamers of the
Port fleet, the members being in favor
of having bids filed every month, so
thrvsA readv for consideration yester
day were ordered returned unopened.
The next bids will be considered at the
reeular meeting June 12. It was
thought a material variance in prices
might take place in three months, so
it was deemed best to take advantage
of nv reduction in the interest of
In accepting the new sternwheeler
Portland, which is to be operated as a
towboat by the Port, for vessels in the
harbor as well as between this city and
Astoria, $1000 was retailed from con
tractors until final inspection of the
vessel by representatives of the United
states steamvessel inspection survey,
which will be about July 1. An offhand
estimate is that the Portland will final
ly cost close to $113,000 and she is
rated the largest and most powerful of
anv of the river fleet. Hullwork. and
the cabin of the vessel cost $45,000, the
boiler $14,000. and the machinery, pur
chased at Sian Francisco and removed
from the steamer Telephone, more than
$9000. In addition there is the fee of
the designer, labor charges in connec
tion with the installation of the ma'
chinery. and cost of all furnishings.
In going over the dredging pro
rramme the board acted favorably on
an application of the Commission of
Public Docks that the dredge Portland
be permitted to remain at the St.
Johns terminal to dig slip No. 2. It
was also voted to permit the dredge
Tualatin to operate two weeks longer
on North Portland harbor, where a fill
' is being made on the site of the forth
coming livestock exhibition. The Port
land is paid for at the rate of $400
day and the Tualatin at $600 a day
Dredging performed in front of Albina
dock by the Pacific Bridge company,
which was temporarily stopped because
of high water, is to be paid for to the
extent finished as soon -as a survey
made, which will probably be reported
on at the next meeting.
Commissioners Varrcn. O ncilly andlMP
George II. Kelly were named a com- J U IM U
mittee to report on the advisability of
amending any of the by-laws, which
were drafted by tho former board and
adopted yesterday without question.
Payment of $1000 to heirs of Johan
Gronde. who lost his life about two
years ago when he fell from the dredge
Portland, was ordered made. The heirs
are residents of Norway. The commis
sion has paid all such claims on the
May Movement From Columbia
Largest in Months.
ASTORIA. Or.. June 2. (Special.)
Lumber shipments from the Columbia
river in May were the largest in sev
eral months. Deputy Collector Haddix
reports that 35 vessels loaded at the
mills in the lower river district in May
and their combined cargoes totalled
25,016,559 feet of lumber. Thirty of
those vessels carrying 22.064,000 feet
went to California, two vessels carry-
tig 1,636.746 feet went to the Atlantic
coast, while two laden with, l.sio, fiM
feet are en route to foreign ports. In
the same period 18 vessels loaded 14,
233,206 feet at the upper river mills,
makine- a Erand total of 39,749.765 feet
of lumber that left the Columbia river
in cargoes in May.
Among the miscellaneous shipments
by water from Astoria in the montn
were 76,106 barrels of flour and 3060
bundles of box s hooks.
STOCK MARKET IS EXCITED!!!!-!
will be sent home under General Persh-
orders is the boy who was identi-
young MacXeod last April.
"Whether- the identification Is correct,
however. Is something; that only time
I can show.
ROSE CITY GOES TONIGHT
Vacation Season Indicated by Inqui
ries as to Trips.
Detention at San Francisco, wnicn
port she left one lay late, wniie neaa
weather prevented her irom maKing
time uc the coast, brought the liner
Rose City into port at noon Sunday, bo
instead of getting away at noon yester
day as scheduled, her sailing hour has
been fixed for 12 o'clock: tonight, as
lower Ains worth dock is inaccessible
because of freshet conditions, the ves
sel hauled down to the Fifteenth
street terminal Sunday night to dis
charge rail freight.
The summer rush for Calllorn.a cities
is indicated by inquiries to steamship
lines, while the Admiral line reports
many are planning Alaskan trips.
Colombia River Bar Kpor.
NORTH HEAD, Jun 2. Condition of ttie
bar at ii P. M. : Sea, amooth; wind, southwest.
Pacific Coast Shipping: Notes.
ASTORIA. Or- June 2. (Special.) The
emergency fleet steamer Wert Quechee, flour
laden from Portland, returned at :10 this
morning from a 12-hour trial run at sea.
After completing her crew here she, sailed
3:15 this afternoon for Europe via ex
After CiscJiarKing iuei oh nere ana i
Portland the tank steamer CoL E. L. lrake
sailed at 1:40 o'clock this afternoon for Cal
Bringing f uel oil for Astoria and Port
land the tank steamer Oleum arrived ot
1:10 o'clock today from California.
The tank steamer J. A. Chansior laaen
ith fuel oil for Portland arrived irom Cal
ifornia at 3:0j this afternoon.
ThP ntPimpr Fort Stens wi;i shirt to
night from Wauna to "West port to compieie
her cargo of tics.
RAYMOND Waih. June 2. (Special.)
Th- steamer Avalon arrivad at 7 o clock this
mnrnlne from San Francisco. ne was tw
days late on account of being delayed by
lorms. She will load a cargo or juraoer
the Quinault and Hartwood mlils.
KAX FRANCISCO. June 2. Arrived
Rtcamera West Irmo from Seattle: West To-
tan t. C'elllo from Astoria: Bee from fraiina
Cruz; Kansas from Balboa; City ot Topeka
from Portland. tsaiica atsamers Aaminu
Farracut for Seattle; Aikoky Mara IJap.)
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, June 2. Sailed at 8 A. M.
Steamer West Celeron for river trial trip.
ASTORIA. June 2. Arrived at 8:43 A. M,
Steamer West Quechee from trial trip. Ar
rived at 1:1." P. AT. and left up at o Mr. l.
Ktpamor Oleum from fcan r ranclsco. fcaliea
1:50 P. M. Steamer Col. E. L.. Drake for
San Pedro. Arrived at 3:06 ana ie.i up
4:30 P. M. Steamer J. A. Chansior rrora
Gaviota. Sailed at :08 P. M. Steamer
West Quechee for Newport Aews for orders.
SAN" FRANCISCO. June 2. Arrived
Steamer West Totant from Portland for Eu
rope via Newport News; put in with pump
trouble. Arrived at 8 P. M. Steamer Celilo
from Portland for San Pedro and San Diego.
Arrived at 8 A. M. Steamer City of Topeka
from Portland via Eureka and Coos Bay.
Steel Issues foremost in. Matter of I
Strengrth Higher Money Rates
Do Not Check Rise.
NEW YORK, June 2. With an over
turn of shares approaching the 2,000,000
mark and influenced by heavy public buy
ing, all classes of speculative and Invest
ment issues advanced sharply today on the
stock exchange, gains ranging from frac
tions to 19 points in a seasion crowded with
excitement. Many stocks scored advances
which resulted in new high records. Only
the Mercantile Marine stocks exhibited
weakness and their declines were largely
made up late in sympathy with the general
Authoritative denial late In the session
of a report that steel interests had con
ferred on prices of the commodity to the
government was followed by strong de
mand for steel Issues during the final hour.
Nova Scotia Steel extended its rise to 19
points. CrucbUe to 13 and Gulf to 0, while
United States Steel's advance of 134 car
ried this issue to a new high figure, 11014.
Oils and motors advanced with Stude-
baker reaching new high ground at 124,.
The strength of motors was attributed, to
reiterated reports of combinations.
An early demand for investment rail
roads was not sustained, but representa
tive issues like Southern Pacific established
good advances. Sales amounted to 1.500,
-m nv rs.tes for Industrial collateral ad
vanced to 10 per cent In final dealings, but
without affecting the upward course of
Sharp recoveries were made In both Ital
ian and French exchange, lires rallying
mrn-A than KO nolntfl.
Tha general bond market was strong, but
llhArtv Issues eased off except for the vie
torv 4a. which sold at a slight premium
at loo.ii. Old United States bonks were
unchanged on call.
i ncivi-: Wi'tc w OT'OT ATIONS.
Hich. Lot. Sal
Am Beet Sugar, ll.auo feti f
Am Can S.luo 69 . 05- o-
Am VI S. I. nfH 7 rlOlt l'J4 11!4 1-H
Am Locomotive, 14.-'00 S7 h fcS"
Am Szn & Ref . . 7.300
Am Sugar Ref. 3.000
Am Sumatra Tob J.UOu
Am Tel Sc. Tel.. 5.600
Am Z. L. & S. . 1!,dOO
Anaconda Cop.. 13.000
At., G At W I S S 3.20O
Baldwin Loco. 43.60O
Bait fc Ohio. . . . 2,ltm
Beth Steel "B". .45,6uo
ROTARIANS TO VISIT UTAH
Subjects to- -Be
Tenth Annual Convention-
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
A. M S.I leet'10:01 A. M.
I M 7.R feet;iO::0 P. M.
One or Two to Icet in bait Lake
City KTcry Week.
Buttn & S Cop. .
Cal Petroleum. .
Canadian Pac. . .
Chesapeake & O
M & t P .40U
Chicago & N W. S0O
C. R 1 & "ac... z,;:i
Chlno Cop z.uno
Colo Kuel & Iron 10.2-JO
Corn Products.. l;.oo
Crucible Steel... 3U.'
Cuba Cano Sugar 4.1UO
IMs Sec Cor
Gt North pid. . .
do or ctrs . . . .
Int M Mar pfd.
K C South
M ifl vale Steel . . .
N V Central. . . .
N Y. it i- " .
Norfolk 4 west
Pitta & W Va. .
Pittsburg Coal. .
Ray Con Cop...
Pop Iron &. pteel
Rnv umcn n-y -
Shattuck Ar Cop
1 7, M0
Sinclair Oil & BI V n
Southern Pac... l.noo
Southern Ry -V-22
Ptudebaker Corp 72.. oo
Tob Products... ?-4""
Union Pac .' inn
Un Clear Stores 1.4"0
i: ft Inn Alconot- ."""
t j s ysteei
WcstinKhou.se El l-onjJ
tt T ih.H 34s.!o.40:U s
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B'J 48 V,
47 V 46
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SALT laAJKE CITY. Th tenth an
nual convention of the International
Association of Rotary clubs, to be held
here June 16 to 20. inclusive, wui he
one of the few conventions held In this
eection of the country that attracts
such a large attendance that use of the
famous Mormon tabernacle will be
necessary. Alreeady notel reservations
are belngr made from big delegations
from big delegations from many -of the
largest cities of the country and the
accommodations are likely to be over
The programme for tbs convention Is
rapidly approaching completion and
several big convention subjects are In
cluded. There will be a liberal pro
portion of entertainment after each
day's session the committees having
planned several unique "stunts. The
problem of relations between capital
and labor and "boys' work" are two of
the vital questions which will com up
for discussion, besides subjects of
peculiar Interest to Rotarlans. '
Among the speakers at the conven
tion will be Hon. John Barrett, director-
general of the Pan-American union.
who will speak on "Rotary as an In
ternational Influence," and Dr. Henry
Suzzallo, president of the University of
Washington, to whom the subjpect of
Capital, Labor. Management and the
Public" has beeen assigned, John
Napier Dyer, governor of the 11th dis
trict, Rotary clubs, will be the principal-
speaker on Rotary Ideals.
It has become popular to name each
rotary convention and the June conven
tion to be held here this year is to be
known as the "Victory Rotary conven
Up to date there are five nominations
for the presidency of the association
and there promises to he spirited con
tests for this honor. William D. Big
gers, of Detroit; B. F. Harris, of Cham
paign; Kstes Snedecor. of Portland, Or.
Albert S. Adams, of Atlanta and Jacob
R. Perkins, of Fort Madison. Ia are
Atlantic City and New Orleans are
contenders for the 1920 convention
and it is understood several other east
ern cities will present their claims dur
ing the convention.
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TIRED FEET AH! E
Tiz" is grand for aching:, swol
len, tender, calloused feet
SALT LAKE CITY. June is "conven
tion' 'month in Salt Lake City, from one
to two important catherinfra bftnK
scheduled for every week. The firs
Eratho'rints is the annual conference of
the Jlor.r.on church, which opened Sun
day, June 1, and lasted three days.
Conferences of different minor nocieties
affiliated with the church continue un
til June 8.
The annual eonvicntion of the Utah
Bankers' association will becin June 10
and last through the 11th. The follow-
week the annual convention of the
ernational Association ol Jtotary
b3 will hold the attention of the
city. A convention or western oistrict
delegates of the American Physical
ducation society will also do neia
June 19. 20 and 21.
The Xational Retail trocers associ
ation will open sessions, beginning June
3 and lasting until the 2ith.
tt con 3s res'.'RO l'n. Pac. 4s
I- o T cnu S0 II :. S. .Steel Rs
U " 4s reg . 'ion AnElo-l-rench 5s
Boston losinjr Mining.
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Ariz. Com. . .
...i anri Arls
Oal. and Hecla. .410
rot. Range 4H
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IsTRoyalle' : '- (-'""in.
Lake Cop 814 1 Wolverine
North I-ttltte . .
Sup. Ac Boston.
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TAI1.Y 31KTEOROLOG1CAL II K PORT.
FORTRAN O. June Maximum fmper-
aturo, 71 dgrrps; minimum. il d-firrps.
i Rivpr rending at S A. M., 1MJ Iff t : -hanpo
last 2 honrF, none. i oiai rainiaii is
F'. M. to 5 P. M.. none: total rainfall mncc
Sfptfmbrr 1. VMS, 40.1'J ini-he; norma
rainfall 1nr Ppten.br 1. -4.'S inches; dc-
fi ienc.v of rainfail pinc FppfrabT 3. 191S.
1.00 inohps. Sunrlpp. Zti A. funsft.
8:5.". I. M Total sunshine. J5 hours. 2i itiin-
utea; possible sunahin4. 1". hours, .ij min
ntff. Moonris. IrtiO'J A. M. JJnromftfr r
du'-fd to Kna l-vf! at 5 P. M., 30.22 Inches.
, Relative humidity at noon. per cent.
Til E 'WEATHKR.
JLYlI what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning: feet; no more swollen,
achingr, tender, sweaty feet. No more
soreness in corns, callouses, bunions.
No matter what ails your feet or what
under the sun you've tried without get
ting- relief, just use "Tiz." "Tiz" is the
only remedy that draws out all the
poisonous exudtations which puff up
the feet. "Tiz" cures your foot trouble
so you'll never limp or draw xip your
face in pain. Your shoes won't seem
tight and your feet will never, never
hurt or get sore and swollen. Think of
it no more foot misery, no more agony
from corns, callouses or bunions.
Get a 25-cent box at any drug store
or department store and get instant re
lief. Wear smaller shoes. Just once
try "Ttz." Get a whole year's foot com
fort for only 25 cents. Think of it.
! f Wind
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2 3 s-2.
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STATIONS. J I ? f Wathr.
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13 S .
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5 S : " : :
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Bank carings of the northwestern cltirs
vrstcrday were as iohop
PARTY EQUALITY PROMISED
National Republican Chairman Re
assures Women's Committee.
WASHINGTON. Important subjects
dealing: with party organization were
discussed at a republican conference
here under the auspices of the republi
can women's national executive com
mittee. "Will H. Hays, chairman of the
republican national committee, in an
address outlining the part to be played
by women in the affairs of the party
under the recently adopted plan, as
serted the women were not to be given
secondary consideration, but would ge
the full consideration due all othe
individuals in the party.
Reports on organization work pre
paratory to the next campaign were
heard from representatives of three
groups of states. Mrs. Florence Porte
of California spoke for the states in
which women have complete franchles
Mrs. Margaret Hill McCarter of Kansas
for the partially enfranchised states,
and Miss Maude "Wetmore of Hhod
Island for the group without the ballot.
There is but one possible rule for a
political party, said Chairman Hays in
his address, "and that is that the rights
of the individual membership to par
ticipate in the management of the
party's affairs must be and remain
equally sacred and sacredly equal. The
republican women in this country are
part of the party membership, in
many states this has long Dcen so.
They come into this party activity
not as women but as voters, entitled
to participate and participating tn so
far as the present legal limitations
permit, just as other voters. Their ac
tivity is not supplementary, ancillary
or secondary at all there are units in
the party membership, and where the
suffrage for them is new they come in
just as men have come In when they
have reached tho legal voting age- They
are not to be separated or segregated
t all, but assimilated and amalga
mated, with just that full consideration
due every working member of the party
in the rights of their full citizenship.
There is to he no separate women's
organization created within the party
except and onlv in those cases where
such an arrangement may be needed
temporarily as an efficient instrument
in the aid of the complete amalgama
tion which is our objective."
The conference cloned with a dinner
at which Mrs. Medill Mccormick of
Illinois presided. with Mr. Hays,
Speaker Oillett of the house, and Sena
tor Cummins of Iowa, president pro
tempore of the eenate, as speakers.
Make Yoar Vacation a Pilgrimage
to the Historic Places of the East
For a vacation that will make yon rejoice more man ever that you are
AMERICAN come East! Visit the famons places of historic and romantic
interest centering about Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington.
Visit Plymouth Rock, Bunker Hill, Faneuil Hall, Concord, Lexington ; Man
hattan Island, the Hudson; Valley Forge, Independence Hall, Mount Vernon
places, with scores of others in these sections, dear to the hearts of everj
American from childhood dearer today because of the inspiration they bav
been in our fight for Universal Freedom.
Tben. too, ia tho East are he gay, worfd-famoos seaside icaorts from Atlantic CSt
on the New Jersey Coast, north to Bar Harbor in Maine Asbary Park, Naixaganaett
Pier, Newport, Cape Cod en unbroken stretch of summer pleasure?. Just back from the
Coast, are the Lakes and Woods of New Kngland; the Adirondacks in New York. Niagara Fatts.
nd Thousand Islands trnndreds of attractive summer places, camps or palatial hotels.
A-v lod ticket agent to help Too. plan yaor trip, or appty- to tbe nearest OxaO&Mrf Ticket Office. m
writ for teuipU booklet, mm rjnaa bere. with list of hotels, and fan information. State which book you
idrt "Horn Ffl1 Shorn, Smith of Hoaton," "JVew nW Shore. North mxtd Eamt ot Boston."
"iVesr England LMloom mod Motmtama," Atjontiaca and th Thooaand lalatto." "Ifntfarai JtaOm?1
irmr Joaar Somahorm." Address:
United -States - Railroad Admmstrotk
143 liberty Street
New York City
646 Transportation Boildmg
602 Healer !
In the 48 states
trp 2TKf rount 1 s.
of the Union there
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
O RONKE L-P LTIUJLN Ben H. Grnnl, 25.
Imperial hotl. and Pbyllia K. Purdln. 21.
114S K. Harrison at.
MA:HETTK-MILLER Paul P. Marhtte.
2J, 40.; Firnt tret, and Hosclma Icy .Miller,
20. sa.m aridr4.
KKM00J-BL'RKE Irter O. Krlloxir. 24.
Conrad. Mont., ami Florence A. Burke. 21,
666 Kast Morrison at roe t. .
CA RRUTHK Itf -W ALK K R -John Thomas
Carrtithers. lefcal. Seattle, waah and Coracn
M. Walker, lecai. Mit uiy-iourin
MONTGOMEKT-WHITTEN L. YV. MOnl-
(om-ry. 2., Oregon ;ity, .r.. ana iv ai.
Whitten. 19. 213 Harrison street.
SPKXCER-DOWNH AM irranK L?.ie
Rpencer. 31. ChllUwack. B. C, and Audrey
Uow n nam. l. r-ui riny-wrmn ireri,
ME KKERS-WA Kb William Mekkcrn. le-
.1. 312 Larrabf street, and Jessie E. Ware,
lesal. 314 Larabe street.
THOMAS-u KUUAN t'aui xnomas. -.. i-J
Broadway, and Evelyn Urogan, 20. 500 i-a.st
MANN-BOHMTZJSK tntriei ti. Mnn,
Astoria, Or., and Anna. bcbniUcr, 21, 4 SI
MAGNER-KIPSINGEH Robert K. Mrnr,
j. Seattle, Wash., and K'.semay Kissinscr. -II.
V. W. C. A.
FORNER-RUTTO Joseph Komer. lecal.
272 Clackamas street, and Mary Josephine
Rut to, lecal, same address.
Vancouver Marriajce IJrene.
SORENHON-WH1TKH KAI Albert Poren
son. 37. of Portland, and Mary Whitehead,
36. of Proltand.
COl'T.KY-SAX .T. W. C'ouley. 21. of Seat
tle, Wash., and Bessie fcajt, 21, of fcattle,
23, of Seaftle. Wash., antf Dorothy Water
man. 20, of Seattle. Wash.
(iOULD-LAMPMAN .loneph GouM. 3D. rf
Troutdale. or., and Kloreoce Lampman, 21.
of Troutdale. Or.
AIAMSON-(ilR,RD Charll Adamnn. 1.
of Portland, and Evelyn CJirard. 17, of Port
land. BABBERT-RAIjSTON Richard Dahbert.
26, of Venice. Cal., and Miss laura Ilalston,
24. of Portland.
rOWEI.L-H ITFMAN Raubln Powell. 23.
of Woodland. Wash., and Clara Huffman, 20,
nf Ambov. Wash.
RIKDKL-PATT1K IjiVeril Riedril. 1. of
Portland, and Keva Pattie. 19. of Portland
Rain water is "ioft because It con
tains no mineral matter.
Got Good Results.
This honest, Ftraiprht forward letter
from a woman who has suffered should
be heeded by all afflicted with back
ache, rheumatic pains, sore muscles,
awful tired feeling and other symptoms
of kidney and bladder trouble: "I have
sot such grood results from Foley Kid
ney Pills that I can sleep much better
and the pain in my back and sides is a
pood lot better. I am proing to keep
on taking: them." Mrs. Chas. Gray, 270
6th fct., Detroit. Mich. Sold every
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4i 7 o.oo 22 W iCloudy
r.O! 66 O.OO 16 SW fPt. cloudj
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6H po o.oo . . -s W !lt. cloudy
441 5o.iyr:,w icioudy
M. today. P. M. report of preceding
Portland and vicinity Fair; moderate
westerlv wind?. .
Oregon and ashinpton Fair; cooler east
portion; moderate westerly winds.
IvCWARD U WELLS. MeteorolofiiaC
SICK SOLDIER IS MYSTERY
Three Families Await Anxiously lie
turn of One Roy; Who Is lie?
NEW TOr.K. Three families have
been thrown into a ytate or suspense ny
a cable message from General Pershing
announcing that he had listed for early
return to the L'nited States a soldier
recently identified as Trivate Jlenry
Blakely MacLeod, but who is listed
with the A. K. t". as Private Rowland
rhillins Jr. of Flushing. Young
Mjrlriii disanneared on June "1 last
from t:amD Merritt.
Whether he is the son of Pcv. rr.
Malcolm James MacLeod, pastor of the"
Cilleiciate Tleformed chtirch of St.
vi. hol;i: of Mrs. Rowland Phillips of
Flushing. L. 1.. or of Mrs. Kmma Phi!
lins of Bvanston. 111., is a question that
cannot be decided until the transport
hrlntrs him home. General Pershing in
his messatre promised to cable later the
i name of the vessel and the date of Its
si 1 in c.
No trace of Mr. MacLeod, who was 13
years old, was found from the time ne
disappeared, although an international
search was carried on, until April
this year, when Major HerrlcK.
provost marshal's office
Tlr MacLeod that
titled as his son by photoerapns naa
been found suffering from amnesia.
Friends of Dr. MacLeod In Paris woo
saw the boy cabled their confidence that
he was Dr. MacLeod a eon.
Mrs. Phillips of Flushing. However,
was notined Dy me war aepanmeni
that her son Rowland Jr. had been
killed in action with the old 6ath regi
ment. She was also told of her son's
death by a returned officer of that regi
Mrs. Kmma Phillips of hvanston on
the other hand had been expecting he'
son home any day in good health, and
is now worried lest the transport sus
tain her fears that it is her boy who has
lost his memory.
rr. and Mrs. MacLeod visited Mrs.
Phillips in Flushing yesterday, and
comparing notes and photographs found
that their sons were the fame age and
of very similar appearance. They had
received about the same educational ad
vantages. Young Phillips' father is a
captain serving with the Red Cross In
France. He was at the hoy's grave.
Mrs. Phillips told Dr. and Mrs. MacLeod.
Nevertheless, she said she would cable
him to go to the hospital in Parsi to
see whether the soldier who is being
he'd there is Rowland Jr.
There is nc doubt that th boy- who
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