Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 28, 1919, Page 15, Image 15

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    TIIE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919.
15
HEW VESSEL
fOfl BUSINESS
Portland Port of Call for Hart
wood Schooner.
HERE
CLAREMONT IS ASSIGNED
Kg-nlar Srrrlc Between This City
and California Points to Be
Maintained, Says Hart.
Portland is to be included as a port
of call by the fleet of the Hart-Wood
Lumber company, and tha schoon
Claremont, the finest vessel of the fleet,
la to run regularly from Portland to
California porta. It waa announced yes
terday by K. A. Hart, president of the
Hart-Wood company.
The achooner Claremont waa built
three yeara iko at Hoqulam by th
Matthews Shipbuilding company.
waa equipped with machinery by the
Union Iron Works at San Francisco. It
waa planned to put the Tessel on th
Portland-San Diego run. aaya Mr. Hart,
when the rovernment commandeered
her for the sugar trade. After carryin
suear on the Atlantic for two season
the schooner waa finally consigned to
Chile, and then sent to San Francisco
with a oarro and returned to her own
era. She will leave San Francisco for
Portland next Saturday.
Bee-inning early next week, the Clare
mont will make a round trip from Port
land to San Francisco, San Pedro an
return every 21 days, carrying- about
1.500.000 feet of lumber from thla port
on each trip and bringing back general
cargo. She will probably load reg
ularly. Mr. Hart said yesterday, at the
Peninsula mill, where two cargoes are
already awaiting her.
Other vessels owned and operated by
the Hart-Wood Lumber company are
the echooners San Diego. Solano an
Avalon. These vessels have been ply
ing between California and Grays Har
bor and Puget sound.
"We have established this regular
sailing out of Portland. aaid Mr. Hart,
"because Portland ia going to be the
center of the lumber trade and we wan
to get our share of the coastwise car
goes. As our business in this line in
creases, it will probably be necessary
to add another vessel or two to the
Portland run before long."
-EDMHUTE EHS FACTS
SHIPPING BOARD OPERATIONS
REVEALED AT SEATTLE.
to
Congressional Probers Bring
Light Peculiar Features at
Sound Inquiry.
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 27. (Spe
cfaL ) The house of representatives'
select committee on shipping- board op
e rations, now conducting in Seattle an
ingutry into- shipbuilding: in this state,
brought out the following- testimony
today:
Criminal proceedings are ' con tern
plated in one cae growing out of the
government's shipbuilding programme
in this state, testimony to tlfat effect
being given when wooden shipbuilding
was under investigation.
The emergency fleet corporation paid
the Todd interests $4,000,000 for the old
Seattle Construction St Drydock com
pany's plant in Seattle, then Invested
J.o00.0ih in the Todd plant in Tacoma
and still holds the title to the latter
plant, with the Todd interests paying
rental.
Title to the old Seattle construction
plant, now known as yard Now 2 of the
Skinner A, Kddy corporation, still re
mains in the fleet corporation, the
Skinner Kddy corporation paying the
fleet corporation SlZa.ooo on each ship
launched from the yard.
The Skinner fc Kddy corporation has
Jump sum contracts and the fleet corpo
ration cannot audit its books as in
the case of cost-plus yards and other
plants, a provision In the Skinner &
Kddy corporation contracts providing
against such a fleet corporation audit
Lists of men who were formerly em
ployed by the fleet corporation, but
who are now employed by yards hold
ing contracts from the corporation,
were submitted and made public.
The fleet corporation advanced $872 -
4o0 to the Sloan Shipyards corporation
of Olympia, but the committee was
unable to find out that any security
ror the money had ever oeen given by
the Sloan interests.
Details of the operations of the Sloan
corporation and other wooden shipbuild
ing companies. Including the Grays
liaroor Alotornntr corporation, were
made public by the testimony.
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
SEATTLE. Waxh.. Aug. 27. (Special.)
R?pr.entauves of the traffic department of
the 1'actfic Stemhip company, the Ad
miral line, tod a 7 rati mated that the resMli
of tne fleet wtil have moved a total of 610.
oou cases of this year's pack of canned
"imnn from ports In Alaska to Seattle by
September I.
First of the carriers of th Vnltftd States
shipping board built on the Great Lake
during the war to reach this port, the steel
steamship Good peed, wilt arrive in Seattle
either tonight or tomorrow morning.
The Oootispeed will go on dry dork at the
Todd plant for cleaning and painting, after
which h will be delivered to tn Pacific
Steamship company for management and
operation.
Odin Benson, manager of the steamship
department of the shipping firm of W. K.
tirace Co., and Miss Esther Cook of Se
attle were united in marriage last night at
the home of the bride. Si 3s Corliss avenue,
ft. E. Borchgrevlnk. Seattle manager for
(..race c Co.. was best man at the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Ren pan left Immedi
ately after the wedding for a honeymoon
trip to Portland.
ASTORIA. Or.. Aug. 2T. Special. The
purse-setmng craft Columbia II met with a
rrtous accident in the lower hsrbor about
U o'clock yesterday morning. She was re
turning to pert during-a dense fog and col
lided wit h a buoy which strive two holes
tn her huIL The craft was beached on the
j.tiy sands near No. 10 buoy aad the crrw
ai aole to get safely ashore. With the
asftance of :he coast guard crew the gear
waa removed, the holes patched and an
effort will be made to float the vessel fo
ment. Columbia II Is commanded by An
tone Zankicb and .flshee for the Columbia
Kiver Klsh company.
After discharging cargo at Portland, the
steam schooner Lalsy Freeman suiled at
today for Grays Harbor, where she is
to load lumber.
The steamer imarllla. lumber laden from
St. H-ien lor the t'nited Kingdom, re
turned at 1-.4U today from her 24-hoar trial
run at sea. She went to the port dock
where minor repairs are being made. She
will sail late tonight or tomorrow.
After discharging fuel otl in Astoria and
Portland the tank steamer Atlas sailed at
T o'c:-k this morning for California.
Federal Inspectors of Hulls and Butlers
Astrup and Dus fy were In the city today
m impact the emergency fleet steamer Blue
k ate.
The steam schooner Daisy arrived at
4 o'clock thla morning from San Francisco
with fretght for Astoria and goes to St.
Helens to load.
The steam achooner Multnomah arrived
fre-m San Francisco at :3o this morning
wlfh frerght, and proceeded to Portland. .
The steam schooner E. H. Meyer, bringing
general freight, arrived at o'clock this
morning from San Francisco en route to
Portland.
The steam schooner Flaval will be due
tomorrow from San Pedro to load lumber
at the Hammond mill.
TACOMA, Wash.. Aug. JT. (Spec.!.)
jnsieaa or returning to "scorn a to load a
part of her cargo the Ooodaped will take
all her freight at Seattie. The Tacoma lum
ber will be shipped on scows. The Good-
speea, ror an American vessel. Is about one
of the hardest looking ships that has visited
this port In some time. There has been
more or leas Indifference among her crew
wnen k came to work and everyone aboard
ia about at loggerheads. The vessel will
aryaock before outUor to sea. anln.
Baifour. Guthrie Co. expect the schooner
npoaane nere any day now from the South
tea islands with a cargo of copra.
The San Diego and Phyllis failed for Cali
fornia porta with lumber cargoes.
The steamer Stanlev. which wsa scheduled
-and ready to sail last night, was delayed
na am not get out until tonight.
The Provldencla shifted to W hid by island
this morning to load for West Coast ports.
Malting a quick passage from New Or
leans with weather ideal tha big freighter
Seattle Mani docked at the bunkers today
to fill her bunkers for the trip across the
Pacific to Kobe and other orient a.) norts to
discharge her capacity cargo of American
freight which she loaded on the rulf. This
Is the first trip of the Seattle Mam to Ta
coma In nearly a. year, atim la now on the
regular O. 8. K. service between the gulf and
Japan.
When the steamer Glyndon sailed from Ta
coma last night she rsrried in her holds
nearly a capacity cargo con slat In r of box
anooas ana general rreight from this port.
The freight cargo was made up of shipments
from various shippers tn Tacoma who were j
assigning cargo direct from here to Hono
lulu. This Matson ship, however, did not I
NINE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR
LOADING SHORTLY.
Announcement Made by Agent of
Shipping Board Interesting to
Shipbuilders of Pacific Coast.
Nine new ships, three of steel and six
of wood, will be available for offering
by the shipping board for loading In
September and October, It waa an
nounced yesterday by C. D. Kennedy,
agent for the division of operations for
the shipping board. Whether these will
be vessels built here or whether they
will bring cargoes from the Atlantic
coast. Mr. Kennedy was unable to say.
In making this announcement, Mr.
Kennedy intimated that these nine ves
sels may be available for coast.-to-coast
shipping instead of only off-shore busi
ness, aa has been the policy of the ship
ping board in the past.
"Of course, we must take care or the
foreign trade first," said Mr. Kennedy.
'because if we do not the vessels of
other nations will have it. When for
eign lines are established it will be
much more difficult for American ship
ping to work Into the foreign trade
VESSEL WHICH
HAS BEEN ASSIGNED
CALIFORNIA RUN.
FOR PORTLAND.
fc.- . - ; - ...." .-- ft . . ; .
STEAM SCHOONER CLAREMONT.
clear from this port, and as a consequence
this port does not receive credit for the
heavy cargo which went Into her from here.
The Glyndon went to Seattle and expects to
clear from there. It can be gathered, ac
cording to Harbor Master Rowland, how
some of Seattle's figures on ship cargoes In
clearances are obtained.
GRAYS HARBOR, Wash.. Aug. 27. (Spe
cial. One of the largest cargoes ever re
cevied here was unloaded yesterday on the
commercial dock for the H. A. Ben ham
company. The cargo consisted of 50 tons.
25 tons of which waa asphalt, 100 tons of
oil and the remainder in general merchan
dise. It waa unloaded from the at earner
Che halls from San Francisco.
The steamer Carlos arrived last nleht
from San Francisco and is loading at WiUon
Bros.' mill.
The sieamer Santa Barbara cleared yes
terday afternoon for San Pedro, with cargo
from the National mill.
The steamer Celilo arrived at II o clock
this morning and is loading at the Na
tional mill, Hoquiam.
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 27. SpeciaI.)
Tha liner Tenyo Maru of the T. K. K., Cap
tain T. Alaal, sailed for the orient via Hono
lulu today according to schedule, despite
the- strike. It . had beea anticipated that
there might be a delay because of failure
to load the ship. "Hill" Kilmer, port super
intendent, fearing there might be a bit of
Interference, several days ago had the cars
of f reign t rushed to the pier. This per
mitted the ship to be loaded to capacity
with some 6OO0 tons of general merchandise
nd today when the cars were left on the
racks all of the boat's freight was aboard.
The ship took out 2.M cabin passengers and
goMl slxed list in the steerage. tn the
strong boxes of the vessel was gold coin
nd gold and silver bolllon worth iu.om,-
OOO. which la consigned to Japanese banks.
bidea to capacity with freight and pas
sengers, the 1'acific Mall steamship New
port sailed today for Balboa via porta of
Mexico and Central America.
Standard OH tanker Standard Arrow, Cap-
am Kichmond. arrived irom Beaumont.
Tex., and af ter receiving additional fuel
oroceeded for Shanghai.
The shipping Doara steamsnip ooniiay.
Captain Mc Alien, en route from the Colum
a river tor the Atlantic, put into in is port
today on account of crippled machinery.
Repairs will be made, after which the ves
sel will nroceed.
The Japanese freighter Toyonasm Maru
arrived from New York en route for Yoko-
ama under the management here or Uod
ell Co. The vessel will be bunkered and
then proceed.
The sieamer Wilmington, t-apiain Hansen.
rrived from Honolulu today with i:.0O0
bags of sugar consigned to Williams. Dimond
Co. The vv umington towea ma uarge
Kufus E. Wood. Captain Nielsen.
The United Stales steamer wenonan
sailed on a trial cruise today over the gov
ernment course.
Numerous coasters left port today, an be
ne well suDDlled with passengers. The list
included the Rose City for Portland, the
Humboldt for San Pedro and a number of
combination lumoer ana passenger steam-
era.
The shinning board steams-ip fort Logan
Captain Thompson, sailed on the official
ip today and roaae a sausiactory snow
Marine otes.
Tha foreicn freight department of the
mc-itif KteMinshlD company moved yester
day into Its oew office in room 17 Raiiway
x change outiaing.
Final repairs on the steamer West Harlan
ave been completed at the Columbia River
hiDSut.dlng corporation's plant, and she
as been reassigned to the grain corpora
tlon as a flour carrier.
Th s.-hooner William Bowden. Portland
bound from the Fiji Islands, is bringing a
argo of copra. It was reported yesterday to
he Merchants Exchange.
O. s. Carison has replaced Mogens Andrea-
son as master of thu tanker Oleuin. which
left down for San Francisco last nlfhu
The steamer Bonifay, bound tor the At-
ntlc under operation by the Columbia-
Pacific company as a tie carrier, has been
forced bv engin trouble to put In at San
Francisco, It was reported to the Merchants
xchange yesterday.
WlUlam Corn fool, president or. tne Aiotna
Engine A Machine works, is expected noma
from Seaside todsy.
The new 8oo-ton steel steamer west
artier. 2Mb hull of the Columbia River
Shipbuilding corporation, is due to be
unched next aiuruay.
Tne steamer Caplnes. operated oy the co-
mbia-Paciflc company, .moved to Weatport
at night- She will begin loading thia mom-
....
The Steamer LTIMP, wnicn iuihitu in in-
rv to her keel in an cciaent at oraya
arbor, la due to leave th Port of Port
land drydock today, where sh has been
undergoing repairs. She will load ties for
he Atlantic.
t". S. Naval Radio Reports.
t All ioslt Ion a reported ( 8 P. M. yester
day, unless otherwise Indicated.)
llO.NASStb, nno xor dsioos, a oo zmies
from UK.
EL. SEOrNDO. Richmond for Honolulu.
84.1 mties west of San Francisco.
F H. BUCK. San Pedro for Jaeaaow point.
520 miles north of San Pedro.
ALLIANCE, San Francisco for San Pedro,
off Pigeon Point.
W. S. PORTER. Everett for Monterey, 605
miles from Everett.
SACHEM, San Francisco for Honolulu,
30 mlies from San Francisco.
ROSE CITY. San Francisco for Portland.
40 miles north of San Francisco.
PHYLLIS. Tacoma for Redondo, 20 mites
from Tacoma.
IRfS. Seattle for San Francisco, off Point
Wt:son.
CAPTAIN A. T. LUCAS, Port Angeles
for Richmond. 21 miles east of Tatoosh.
LAN SI NO. Seattle for Port San Luis, 090
miles from Port Fan Luis.
ADMIRAL FARRAOUT. off Cape Blanco,
bound for Seattle.
ATLAS, from Portland for El Segundo,
390 miles north of San Francisco. ,
than it is now. The railroads can take
care of the coast-to-coast business for
the present. There is a possibility, how
ever, that some of these vessels will
carry cargoes to the Atlantic.'
The prospect of coast-to-coast ship
ping is the greatest stimulus local steel
shipbuilding yards have had for many
months. Steel for shipbuilding- pur
poses can be carried from the east coast
to the Pacific at about half the trans
continental railroad rate, and one large
steel vessel bringing from 3100 to 3200
tons of steel plates can carry practically
all the material necessary for the con
struction of another vessel of her size.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Or., Aug. 27. Arrived at 5
A. M., steamer Oleum, from San Francisco.
Arrived at 1 A. M., steamer CoL E. L.
Drake, from San Francisco: at 9 A. M.,
barce No. 93, from San Francisco; at 3
P. M., steamer Ernest H. Meyer, from San
Francisco; at 4 P. M., steamer Multnomah,
I rum ban raticisco.- balled .-at 3 A. Ai.,
steamer Daisy Freeman, for Grays Harbor.
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 27. Arrived
Steamers Washtenaw, from Port San Luis;
Rainier, from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers Ketchikan, for southwestern Alas
ka; U. S. S. Iris, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27. Arrived
St fa mere Wilmington, from Honolulu; Stand
ard Arro wand Toyohashl Maru, from Bal
boa. Sailed Steamers Alliance, for Topolo
bampo; Tenyo Maru, for Hongkong: Stand
ard Arrow, lor Yokohama; Hose Cil3', for
Portland.
ASTORIA. Or., Aug. 27. Sailed at 7
A. M.. steamer Atias, for San Francisco.
Arrived at I and left up at 2:15 A. M.,
steamer Ernest H. Meyers, from San Fran
cisco. Arrived at 3:ttf and left up at 5
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
f I 'HIS is the caution applied to. the public announcement of Castoria that has
been manufactured under the supervision' of Chas. H. Fletcher, for over
30 years the genuine Castoria. We respectfully call the attention of fathers and
motners when purchasing Castoria to see that the wrapper bears his signature in
black. When the wrapper is removed the same signature appears in red on both
'sides of the bottle. Parents who have used Castoria for their little , ones in the
past years need no warning against counterfeits and imitations, but our present
duty is to call the attention of the younger generation to the great danger ofintro
ducing spurious medicines into their families.
It is to be regretted that there are people who are now engaged in the
nefarious business of putting up and selling all sorts of substitutes, or what should
more properly be termed counterfeits, for medicinal preparations not only for
adults, but worse yet, for "children's medicines. It therefore devolves on the mother
to scrutinize closely what she gives her child. Adults can do that for themselves
but the child has to rely on the mother's watchfulness. ;
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Your Friend, the Physician.
- The history of all medicines carries with it the story of battles
against popular beliefs : fights against prejudi'3 : even differences of
opinion among scientists and men devoting their lives to research work;
laboring always for the betterment of mankind. This information
is at the hand of all physicians. He is with you at a moments call
be the trouble trifling or great. He is your friend, your household
counselor. He is the one to whom you can always look for advice
even though it might not be a case of sickness. He is not just a
doctor. He is a student to his last and final call. His patients are
his family and to lose one is little less than losing one of his own
flesh and blood.
Believe him when he tells you as he will that Fletcher's
Castoria has never harmed the littlest babe, and that it is a good
thing to keep in the house. He knovs.
BOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AR0UD EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
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Adulla, 50c; Children, 6 to 12. 25c.
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THK C g NT A U St COMPANY, NEW YORK CITV.
A. M., steamer Multnomah, from San Fran
cisco. Arrived at 6:30 last night, steamer
Daisy,- from rian Francisco.
' TACOMA, Wash.. Aug. -'"Sfc Arrived
Steamers Port Angeles, from San Francisco.
Sailed Steamers Fulton, for Powell river;
Providencia. for Santa Rosalia; Goodspeed,
for Cuba, via Seattle; Phyllis, for San
Diego, via San Pedro.
BALBOA, Aug-. L'7. Arrived Steamer
Anthera, from Portland, for Plymouth.
BRATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 27. Arrived at
S last, nisht, U. S. S. Training Ship Iris,
from Portland and San Francisco.
sea at 5 P. M. ;
northwest.
Sea, smooth; wind, 18 miles.
Tides at Astoria Thursday
High.
3:0S A. M 7.6
3:20 P. M 8.0
Low.
feet 9:41 P. M 0.5 foot
feet10:12 P. M 0.3 foot
NEWPORT NEWS,
Steamer Deerlodge,
Cristobal.
Aug. 25. Arrived
from Portland via
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Aug. 27. Condition of the
Disease Has Its Agents
In Your Office
Yes, the agents of many contagious diseases
lurk in your establishment in toilet-rooms,
in cuspidors, on your floors, window-sills
everywhere.
These agents are there to spread disease. And
they attend strictly to business.
Nothing could be more persistent in its work
than the deadly disease germ and its per
sistency often succeeds. That's why we have
grippe, diphtheria, typhoid, influenza, or any
contagious disease.
But fortunately you can employ an agent to
work harder to protect health than germs do
to spread disease.
M.u.M.or. A Disinf
eel ant
No germ life can exist where the smallest in
dication of Lysol Disinfectant is present.
Kills disease germs at the moment of appli
cation, or prevents their creation.
Use Lysol Disinfectant at home and in the
office. A few drops sprinkled wherever germs
might lurk or be created is ample precaution
against serious illness. ,
A 50c bottle makes five gallons of powerful
disinfectant; a 25c bottle makes two gallons.
Remember, tnere is but one genuine Lysol
Disinfectant made, bottled, signed, and sealed '
by Lehn & Fink. .
Use Lysol Disinfectant regularly.
Lysol Shaving Cream
In Tubes
Lysol Toilet Soap
25c a Cake
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. Denial that
President Carranza had authorized a
reward of $5?,000 for the capture-of
Villa was made today by the Mexican
embassy.
TRAVELERS' Cl'IDE.
GPmOS
SAILINGS-RATES
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Contains the neoeasarv proportion
of the antiseptic ingredients of Lysol
Disinfectant to protect the skin
from trm infection. It is refresh-
fui for improving
voor dealer. If c
him to rdsr it for you.
Inzly soothing and healing and help
ful lor Improving tne sain, ask
your dealer. If ne hasn't It, ask
Contains the necessary proportion
of the antiseptic ingredients of Lysol
Disinfectant to kill germs on razor
and shaving-brush (where germs
abound) and to guard the tiny cuts
from Infection, and give an anti
septic shave. If your dealer hasn't
it, ask him to order a supply for you.
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QUEBEC to LIVERPOOL H
Fast Luxurious Service J
EMPRESS OF FRANCE S
6-DAY SHIP
SAILS FROM QUEBEC
OCT. 9
and retrolarly thereafter.
First Class, $170. Second Class,
$100. Thiijd Class. $63.73.
Tickets and reservations from
E. E. PENN,
55 Third St.. Portland.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
JOCEAN SERVICES.
SAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Rose City
Depart 12 Noon
MONDAY, SEPT. 1
From Ainsworth Dock
Fare includes Berth- and Meals.
City Ticket Office, 3d and Washington
Phone Main 3530
Freight Office, Ainsworth Dock
Phone Broadway 268
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND
& & LINES
Astoria and Way Landings
STEAMER GEORGIAN A
Leaves Alder street dock daily, ex
cept Friday, 7 A. M.
.Returning leaves Astoria 2 f. M.
Steamers Undine and L,urline leave
Portland daily, except Sunday, 8 P. M.
Leaves Astoria daily, except Sundav.
7 P. M. Fare $1.65 each way.
THE HARKINS TRANSFER CO.
Main 1423 A 4122.
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except saiuruay.
STEAMERS
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B M. S. "NIAGARA." &. M 8. "MAKURA"
20,000 Tons 13.500 Tuns
Sail From Vancouver. B. C
For Fax and Mailings apply Can. Pac. Rail
way. 55 Third St., Portland, or Canadian
Australian Royal Mali llna. 440 Seymour Su,
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Tln" park
CHAT NO. 87.
Public demand, expressed by scores of
patrut, ruusi4 the announcement that
THE OAKS will remain open indefinitely.
BIT the Armwtroug FoJly Company,
with its big beauty chorus, closes with
two new performances on Labor Day.
FVon't mis th great Nnnday and Mon
day profrrammes. After Monday admitt
nion to the park Is free all dny.
JOHN F. COR DRAY, Manager.
OK CAT OFEMMti SHOW!
BESTTi
THE
IN VA UDEVILLE
At HpIIIp Theater.
HKSS1K CI.AYTOX.
Ellpa and Eduardo Canino, James dem
ons and Company in lltlU Dance Crea
tions. 6 Other Stellar Aeta
4 NiRhtp Sun., Mon.. Tuea.. Wed. 15c
to $1. 4 Mats. Sun., Mon.. Tuoa., Wed.
JSC to
AN T A G E
MAT. DAILY 2:30
"HER LEFT 8HOUDER,"
A Musical Comedy Tabloid.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 6
Three Performances Dully.
at 7 and 9.
AUCTION BALES TODAY.
At restaurant, 108 Fifth at., corner Wash
ington. Sale at 2 P. M. J. T. Wilson.
auctioneer.
Night Curtain
Fourth at
Washington
CIRCLE
ALICE BRADY IN
"THE INDESTRUCTIBLE WIFE"
Also a Sunshine Comedy, "Damaged No T
Goods" and the Ford Weekly.
Open from o'clock in the morning until
4 o'tlock of the following morning.
At the Baker Auction House. Yamhill and
West Park, streets. Sale at 10 A. M.
MEETING NOTICE 3.
Portland vs. Los Angeles
AUGIST 27. 28, , 30. 31.
September 1 begrin 3 P. M.
Double-headera Saturday. Sunday and
Monday, beginning- 1:30 P. M.
Get That Happy, Healthy Habit
Hop a CC Car Today.
COUNCIL
CREST
PARK
All Amusements Start 1 P. M. Dancing
Evenings Except Sunday Concert
Sunday,
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday) eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic
temple. Labor in the M. M. de
gree. Visiting brethren always
Bv order W. M.
FRED L. OLSON. Secretary.
LENTS LODGE. NO. 156. A.
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication Thursday afternoon, -
2 o'clock. Stated communica
tion same evening. 8 o'clock.
M M degree both sessions. Or
der W. M.
C. S. OGSBURT. Sec
SI'NNYSIDE LODE NO. 16.), ',
A. F. & A. M. Stated communi- -cation
Thursday evening, 7:30.
By order W. -M.
JOHN K1NKER, Secretary. '
KENTON LODGE NO. 145. A.
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening 7:30 o'clock. Work in F.
C. degree. Visitors welcome.
H. F. GE1ST. bee.
ONEONTA TRIBE NO. 2. I. O. R. M.
Regular council this (Thursday) evening at
S o clock in W. O. W. hall. East Sixth and
East Alder streets. Membeis urged to attend.
Visiting brothers welcome.
L. B. SMITH. C. of R.
THE MACCABEES, PORTLAND TENT,
pjO 1 Regular review every Thursday eve
ning at hall, 409 Alder street. All member,
ur&ed to be present. Visiting lr knight, wel
come. GEO. S. BAKER, ft. K.
UTOPIA REBEKAH LODGE NO. 62. I. O.
O F Regular meeting this (Thursday)
evening. East dth and East Alder. Visitor,
welcome. ANNA HOLT, Sec.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new oesigna Jaeger Bros., 131-s Sixth st
FRIEDLANDER'S lor lodg. emblems,
das. puis and medals. 310 Washington St.