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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, MONDAY,' OCTOBER 13, 1919.
MEN OFF FOR SOUTH
More Than 100 Board Cham
ber of Commerce Train.
MECFORD .VISIT ON TODAY
More Thorough Acquaintance With
Neighboring Communities Ob
ject of Portland Excursion.
Mort than 100 Portland business
men ver aboard the pedal train
that left the Portland Union station
last niht at 7:45 o'clock for the trip
to towns of the southern part of the
state. Nathan Strauss, chairman of
the excursion committee of the Cham
ber of Commerce, and D. T. Honey
man, chairman of the Jobbers' com
mittee, were early on the platform to
see thst members of the party were
accounted for. delegating; to E. J.
Weinbaum, secretary of the trade bu
reau, the details bf train manage
ment. A. G. Clark, manager of the
Associated Industries of Oregon, de
fined the purpose of the trip as "Ore-
b gonUinr." which met wltn prompt ac
ceptance as significant of the object.
The trip Is in response to the invita
tion extended by the commercial bod
ies of KoseburK. Orants Pass, Med
ford. Ashland and Klamath Falls, and
in keeping with the Intention of the
Portland Chamber of Commerce to
cultivate closer relations with the en
Trala Well Ksjalppea.
The special train Is one of the best
In its appointments that has been pro
vided for a trip of business men. and
In the first that has been run from
Portland since 11. It consists of a
baggare-dynamo car in charge of
J. J. Brady, electrician; a compart
ment and two drawing-room cars of
the type formerly used on the Shasta
Limited, flse i;-sectlon and drawing
room Pullman cars, a dining car and
observation car with all of the con
venlences of tiie crack limited train
of the country. This Includes a bar
ber to care for the tonsorial require
ments of the business men. A.
Krusrer. Inspector of dining car serv
Ice. accompanies the train as a repre
tentative of that department of th
railroad organization, and the car I
in charge of J. A. Led ward, steward
M. P. Kllnkner. a veteran in the serv
Re. Is the conductor in charge of th
Transportation for the trip wa
specially prepared by the passenger
department of the Southern Pacific.
under the direction of John M. Scott
general passenger agent, who is
member of the party.
While the train was speeding south
ward last night, vocalists of the party
were entertaining the excursionists
with practice of the songs of fellow
ship that will be heard in the course
of the week in southern Oregon towns.
E. N. Strong, who devotes his en
erxies to exemplifying the precept
heralded by the publicity departmen
of Oregon Life Insurance company,
the song leader of the excursion and
commandeered the talent of the party
collectively and Individually in com
posing special melodies for each o
vbe cities to be visited.
Dally Paper Issued.
Before the train reached Salem the
Oregonixer." the daily publication to
be Issued on the train, made Its Initial
appearance. The edition was in ab
breviated form because of absence
of the mimeograph operator who had
been enlisted for the trip. Through
some Inadvertence the machine had
not been delivered to the train and
the operator was one of those who
failed to remember that the leaving
time was definitely scheduled. As
result, the edition was the product of
several typists, none of whom would
qualify In a contest of experts.
When the personnel of the party
was gathering at Union station it
became apparent that as a movement
for getting acquainted, the excursion
scored high in Its inception. Business
men who have been active in different
avenues of commercial pursuits found
in the trip to southern Oregon the
chance to become familiar with com
petitors whom they meet frequently
and the expression was heard In vary
tng forms that It is beneficial to the
busy jnmn to get away from home
for a trip occasionally for the pur
pose of visiting with some of bis
Medferd fa Eatertalsu
This morning the special train Is
due to arrive at the Medford depot
at A. M. and the day will be de
voted to meeting the business men
of the orchard city and In trips Into
the rich region that Is furnishing
pears, apples sod other fruits to satis.
fy the appetites of people in distant
places. It Is to learn of the develop
meat that has made this one of the
heavy shipping points of the Pacific
coast in fruit products and to greet
the merchants in their places of busi
ness that the bankers and business
men of Portland are making the
Journey. Will O. Steel, secretary of the
Jiedtord commercial club. In accepting
the invitation of the Portland party
for entertainment of Medford busi
ness men. also extended an Invitation
to the Chamber of Commerce rep
resentatives to be guests at a function
arranged by Medford people.
Is' the most serious problem the far
mer has to face.
Intensive, one-family farming1 was
declared to Ee the most efficient pro
ductive basis of greatest profit, and
' must come Into more general use.
I Under this plan the farm will be op
erated by members of the family on
a scale large or small according to
I me eise or the. family. Such operat
i lif unit Is interested. Independent to
a large degree, and holds the same
points of view.
Just to' what extent the family
could substitute nome-grown and
made supplies for the customary factory-made
could be determined by
(rial. But it would seem that even
partial sustitutlon would help. It
would save marketing expense, elim
inate transportation and commission
charges on raw materials, factory
charges, and numerous Jobber, com
mission, transportation and "profi
teering" charges on the finished
goods. One can readily see how that
wSVks out In canned goods, for in
stance, and a great deal of other
farm-grown, factory-made products.
Likewise, It' Is doubtless true that
a wider use of home and local build
ing materials could be wisely made
in many cases. . But not very many
men are qualified to tan hides and
cobble shoes, nor women to make
cloth and bring It to the wearable
stage. They could, at least, often take
better care of what they have and
make one member's new clothes out
of some other member's old ones.
Better care of farm machinery as
MOUNT HOOD PROVES
Ship Built Here Destroyed by
CRAFT LAUNCHED IN 1917
Carrier Among First Floated From
Portland Yards Closes Career
In Montevideo Port,
PORTLAND Bl SIKSS - MAX t
Al LOXi-TIMK RK.
DET PASSES AWAY. f
FARMER HOLDS CLUB
WAY TO STRIKE BACK
Agriculturi!.t Can't Work IS
Hours in Support Laborer on
Hour Basis," Says avansan
CORVALLIS. Or. Oct. II. (To the
Rdltor. Should farmers choose to
trtke back at organized labor they
might find a more convenient and
reputable method than the technical
strike, according to H. B. Walker.
Kansas state irrigation engineer, who
recommends the boycott of labor.
In his annual address before the
Kin state Irrigation congress Mr.
Walker advocved a return of the
farm to farr.fy production basis,
which would helo solve the farm
labor problem by forcing industrial
labor to accept farm employment or
etarve. He thinks that a good many
of the families of urbsn laborers
would settle on lands now forced Into
disuse by lack of workers.
"We'can't have the farmer work IS
hours a day to support the laborer on
a six-hour basis." Mr. Walker de
clared, according to the Kansas Ag
ricultural ' college press bulletins.
"Much of the labor shortage Is due not
so much to lack of men as to de
creased hoars on work and ineffic
ient service rendered."
All delegates to the convention de
clared that the demand of organised
"labor for shorter hours and more pay
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the albatros as did the "Ancien
Mariner." or maybe the rats all left
the mortorshlp Mount Hood, bulldt In
Portland, for on her last trip which
ended in her destruction by the ex
plosion of an oil tank while in Mon
teveido. Uruguay harbor, the vessel
News of the Mount Hood's destruc
tion was received in Portland by wire
While enroute t othe port of Mon
tevideo from Mobile he Mount Hood
was laid up with engine trouble for
eipht days at Bahia Blanca.
The Mount Hood was the first ves
sel turned out at the Supple .f Bal
lin shipyard In Portland. &he was
launched December S. 1917. and elab
orate ceremonies were 'ield at that
time as she was one fo the early ves
sels turned out in Porotlsnd in the
shipbuilding campaign started as a
feature of war activities.
6he was a vessel of 2433 tons net,
285 feet long, 44 feet beam, 24 feet
deep and carried a crew of it. Bhe
had a horsepower of 1D00. The ount
Hood was an oil burner and It was
probably the explosion of her fuel
tank that caused her destruction.
DOCK CHIEFS NEED HELP
EXGIXEER TIM AHEKX AIDS
STRAXDED DUCK 1IUXTERS.
' Ilamlltea Marshall Carloek.
Hamilton Marshall Carloek.'
president of the H. M. Carloek
company, 210 Railway Exchange
building. nd a resident of
Portland for the last 30 years,
died early yesterday morning
at his home In this city, 318 East
Sixteenth street. Mr. Carloek
bad. during his business ca
reer here, been associated with
the Wells Fargo company. M.
Seller Co.. the Mount Hood
lee Cream company and Crystal
Ice A Storage company.
He was born In Georgetown,
Colo., May 2. 1858. He was a
member of the Insurance Feder
ation of Oregon, the Oregon
State Motor association, the
Credit Men's association of
Portland and the Klks' lodge.
Mr. Carloek's death came fol
lowing a coast-to-coast trip
with his wife. On the return
from the east
Kith acute it
Kane. Later his heart was af
H is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Mary Mowerv Carloek,
hts daughter. Marclle Carloek,
stepson. Kue Mowery, and step
daughter. Fern Mowery
four brothers. A. B. Carloek
and Henry Carloek of "Portland,
James Carloek ft Lodi. Cal.,
and F. M. Carloek of Bakers
st he was attacked f
Indigestion at Spo- I
well as more careful judgment in
buying and using, might prove an
other good way to "strike back." Use
of honey and home-made beet and
cane syrups for the near-barrel of
sugar the average American .eats
every year would knock out some
profiteering and help the health. And
how about the soau made of lye from
ashes, waste' fats, and acids? The
iet grows with very little thinking.
and by planning could be extended
until it might be made a material
factor in reducing high rost of living,
encouraging handicraft. bringing
harmony out of the labor discord,
and renewing family and community
ire on the farm.
C. J. McINTOSH.
ICommlssonors Struggle With Balky
Engine In Motorboat, bat Conld
Not Master Mechanics.
They were a merry party, were
John and Charles Burgard, George
Kelly and F. W. Isherwood, as with
shotguns cleaned and ready, and
blankets rolled they reclined on their
seats in the Burgard motorboat Hi-
Hi yesterday afternoon and listened
to the musical purring of the engine
as it carried them down the Willam
ette to the islands where the ducks
Abreast of Swan island, however. Is
the much discussed west channel.
about which Mr. Burgard of the dock
commission and Colonel Kelly of the
port commiseton are inoiined to ar
gue at meetings of the port adminis
trative bodies, the engine stopped its
musical purr, coughed two -or three
times, and quietly lay down and died.
Efforts by various members, of the
party to resuscitate it were unavail
ing, and after a fruitless half-hour.
Mr. Isherwood was dispatched to find
telephone and call the ' harbor
police. . -
After walking for a mile or two.
Mr. Isherwood found a phone on mu
nicipal dock No. 1, and put in the call.
'Come and help us out," he pleaded.
We've been cranking the darned
thing for half an hour." .,
A few minutes later the harbor
patrol slid alongside the., crippled
motorboat, and Engineer Tim Ahem
bent over the engine In a professional
manner. He felt Its pulse, listened to
its breathing, tapped It on the chest.
and then got out a screw driver and
tinkered with it for a few minutes.
Away it went down the river at top
speed. After a brief river trial trip.
Ahem handed the engine over to
Charles Burgard, stepped back Into
the harbor patrol and watched the
duck hunters disappear down the
river in the direction of Astoria.
I hope they get to St. Johns all
right," be said. ', '
Special.) The Blue' Funnel liner Tyn- I Hon completed. In every Lewis coun
darlus. while loading at Seattle, was also ty school district a committee mem
belns equipped to carry 4000 Chines from ! ber naa been nameJ to have charge of
ancouver to the orient. The Chinese re-; .h. rph. ti.A,nf tr. T.owia
county Is 21180, Chehalis and Cen
tralla each fo raise $200, with the re
mainder divided over the entire coun
ty. George R. Walker Is chairman of
the speakers' bureau and J. W. Alex
ander treasurer of the fund. "
cently returned to Vancouver from France
where they were sent to act as farm baitfis
during the war. The Tyndarius will shift
to Vancouver Monday to complete her
cariro and take on board the Chinese.
Other oriental freighters will be equip
ped to carry returning coolies to the
orient, there being about 40.000 to re
turn from France.
The equipment of Foundation shipyards
at Taeoma Is to be shipped to France,
the French steamer, General Pau. which
has completed overhauling at Victoria, will
carry the plant to France.
The Japanese steamer Kashlma Mini
ailed today for the orient with a Cargo
of 9000 tons. Among her passengers were
Baron Hondo, managing director ot tne
Nippon Tusen Kaisha company, and Miss
Sarah Blanche Wrenn, a newspaper woman
and magaslne writer of Portland.
There is a general lull In snipping on
Puget sound. There are fewer veels
listed for this section than at any time
for many years. The placing of a num
ber of Japanese steamers on the route to
the Atlantic Dorts by way or tne canai
is having a serious effect on the shipping
in Puget sound.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Oct. 12. Arrived at 8:30
P. M. Steamer Cltv of Topeka, from ban
Francisco via Eureka and Coos bay.
ASTORIA, Oct. 12. Arrived at mid
night Steamer Daisy, from San iran
clsco. Sailed at 4 A. M. Steamer J. A.
Chanslor, for Gavtota. Sailed at 6 A. M.-
Motor schooner Sierra, for Balboa. anea
at 6:30 A. M. Steamer Dewey, for london
and Liverpool via San Francisco: Steamer
Atlas towing barge 93, for San Francisco.
Arrived at U):30 and left up at 11:30 A. M.
Steamer City of Topeka. from San Fran
cisco, Eureka and Coos bay.
Columbia Rivet' Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Oct. 12. Condition at
the bar at 5 P. M. : Sea, smooth; wim
northwest, four miles.
Tides at Astoria Monday.
.12 A. M 7.3 feet!10:!4 A. M... T.5 feet
4:08 P. M.....H.3 feetlll:25 P. M.. .-0.8 foot
WOMEN CONDUCT CANNERY
Ex-Teachers Report Successful Sea
son in Handle District.
CHEHALIS, Wash., Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Misses Grace Gosseling and
Beth Konkel, ex-ChehaJis school
teachers, who during the past several
weeks have been operating a fruit
cannery at Ran die In the Big Bottom
country In eastern Lewis county, re
port a very successful season. Mlsa
Gosseling was a Cheh'alis visitor yes
terday. Many tons of wild evergreen
blackberries were canned at the plant.
which was in the old creamery build-';
liig refitted for cannery purposes.
A carload of apples will now be
canned in gallons, there being a great
tonnage about Randle that heretofore
has gone to waste. Recently the two
young women proved up on their
claims near Randle, location on which
was the original cause of their going
Into that section.
TICKET OPFirK sale:
OPENS TODAY -
Trr?TT TP Brondrtsy at Ttylor
1 1111 J-.I VJ Main t and A 1122.
I Bargs4n Price I
I MAT. SAT. I
Portland Business Bulletin
A directory of business 'firms and professional men condensed and clas
sified for ready reference. For rates by , the month or year, or other
information, telephone The Oregonian. Main 7070 or A 6095. House 29.
NSTITUTE SESSION ENDS
Dr. E. H. Llndley Talks on "The
LEWISTON. Idaho. Oct. .12. (Spe
cial.) The most successful teachers'
nstitute ever held in this city came
to a close October 10 and the several
hundred teachers dispersed to their
homes in the five Idaho and two
Washington counties. The leading ad
dress of the closing session was made
by Dr. E. H. Llndley, president of the
University of Idaho, who talked on
the subject. "The American Stand
ard." Dr. Llndley closed with an ap
peal to the teachers, "Don't treat
pupils as you find them, but as you
believe them capable of becoming. Mo
mother ever sees her child as it Is,
but as It may become. Let us pledge
ourselves to a rediscovery of Ameri
The other speakers of the morning!
were Dr. Maria A. Sanford, who sum- i
marized the mission of the teacher.
nd JJr. rJryon King, who talked on
The Teacher's Compensation."
4 t'matilla Schools Teacherless.
PENDLETON, Or., Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Shortage of teachers here has
caused the closing of four Umatilla
county country schools, at least for
the time being. One of the town
schools is also handicapped from this
cause. None of the vacancies pays
less than $100 a month and one pays
1110. The schools are all small, with
from 12 to 20 pupils each.
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Eli J Mtl MATiVS UMikhf r.,vfcaj-p C A Wl
EVENINGS Floor, $1.S0; Balcony,
9 rows Jl, 11 rows 50c; Gallery, 50o.
BARGAIN PRICE MAT. SAT.
Floor, $1.00; Balcony, 5 rows $1,
13 rows 50c.
JLLIL'S R. BLACK, accountant, auditor,
specialist on Jnvolved accounts. Modern
systems installed, maintained. Ti'S-K, Pit
tock biock. Telephone Broadway 1.
A9KAYEKS AN1 ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAT OFFICE.- 142 Second
ijoiq. Hilver and platinum bought.
L. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
312 Morgan bids. Marshall 6143.
RllfJQ Tne kind that wear the best are
iiuuu made from your worn-out carpets
by the Northwest Hug Co. (Former ad
dress 15a Union ave.). Rag- rugs woven
all sizes. . Carpet cleaning, refilling and
resizing. Mall orders solicited. 1SS E.
. Slh St. PHONE EAST 35S0. B 12S0.
AT HEIHG THEATER,
RATES U Cf"
j lot :' 5d S.I L.
4 Nights. SunMon., Tues., Wed. 13c to HI.
4 Mats.: Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed., 15c to 35a
Comfort A Klngi Norwood Hall, Eharum,
Melnotte luo. Bob Tipp ft Co, Kino
grama, Tonice or the Day,
JAMES J. MORTON
WIN FALLS LINEMEN OUT
Kmployes Return Once, but Quit
Asa in in Wage Demand.
TWIN FALIA Idaho. Oct. 12. fSpe-
ial.) Twin Falls linemen went out
n a strike Friday. The strike had
been brewina" for some time. The
tren had walked out previously, but
wtnt to work again last Monday.
ihey will stay out until they win
their increased wage demands, say
Mechanics and machinists are also
i a strike.
PORTLAND WOUAV MISJISG
I.CK fiKPTKMBEK X3.
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Mrs. R. B. Sneddea.
Mrs. R. B. Snedden, 5534 Thirty-sixth
avenue Southeast, has
been mtssina: from her home in
this city since September 25.
The Portland police and the
woman's protective bureau have
been enlisted in the search.
When she went away Mrs.
Snedden left a note for her hus
band sayinir she was going to
Astoria or Seaside for a week
or ten days. She had been suf
fering from nervousness and it
is feared that she may be ill
Pacific Coast Shipping Notes.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Oct. 12. ((Knecisl.t
Fully recovered from an attack ot in
cipient pneumonia and gaining strength
rapidly after an operation. Genre B.
Green, general manager of the Eaatway
ucck w arenouse company, will bt re
moved from Providence hospital to his
home today. He expects to be able to
return to his desk in the harbor island
terminal before the end of the week.
Bringing 2.4 passengers from Anchoress
Cook inlet,. Vyak. Kodisk island and ports
on frince William sound, the Alaska
Steamship company a liner Alameda. Cap.
tain J. Johansen. arrived In Heattle last
The vessel had a cargo of 1400 tons, con
sistlng of 4O0 tons of copper ore. 5U0 tons
of canned salmon and BOO tons of herrlnsr.
and brought 63 cannery employes from the
lya plant ox the Northwestern Fisheries
lonversion of the toe Oregon nf the
lary-uarls Towing company, from a coal
Dumer to an on burner Is progressing
rapidly In the west waterways plant of
the Maritime Boat A Engine works, and
from present indirstions the vessel wilt be
ready to return to the sound's towing, fleet
oy the middle ol next month.
Th csnnery tenders Qullicene. of the
Alaska Sea Food enmoanr and the -rnat
and Little Jack ofthe- Annett Island Pack.
Ing company, which recently arrived home
am Aiasaa, tied up at the Maritime Dlant
s lew asys. They will be hauled out and
placed In the plant's storage yaTd after
receiving general overhauling.. The plsnt
s preparing to Begin but dinsr five ar.-rnt
gurnet swats tor in Alaeka ,8ea Food
company. Between 1.1 end 2d vessels win
be laid up in winter quarters in the yard.
On business for Frank Wit.rhmiu a
Co., A. G. Henderson, a member of that
corporation's operating department, will
leave for the orient today on the Nippon
" jvaians, iiner iiasntma Mam.
ASTCRIA. Or.. Oct. 12. Kr,-l.l TV.
tug Daniel Kern, with barge In tow. ar
rived at 2 o'clock today from Purat Knnri
and proceeded to Portland.
The st-am schooner Oatav arrlv. t
midnight from San Fran Ixco and went
to Knappton to load lumber.
Bringing freight and nasensr fnr
Astoria and Portland, th steamer fTltv At
Topeka arrived at S o'clock this morning
from San Francisco, via way ports.
Th motorship 8iem.. with a careo of
h'mber from Portland, sailed -for Balboa
at 10 o'clock today.
v Ith part cargo from Seattle and Port
land, th steamer Dewey sailed at 45
mis morning lor Kn gland via San Fran
cisco. After discharging fuel oil In Astoria and
Portland, the tank steamer Atlas, with
barge 93 In tow, sailed at 10 o'clock today
for 8a n Francisco.
After making repairs to her engines, the
Pspama motomhlp Beten Quesada la to
sail tonight for Port Angeles, wber she
will tosd a cargo of hemlock lumber for
Cuba. The vessel is under charter to F.
Griffin si Co.
COOS BAT, Or.. Oct. 12 (Special.)
With m lumber cargo and passengers, the
steamer G. C. Llndauer. which shipped
cargo at th Bay Park mill, sailed for Los
Ai.gelee at noon.
The lighthouse tender Manxanlta came
to the upper bay last night to remain over
Hunday and secure provisions for a trip
to tho south.
The gasoline scboontrs Tramp and .Ger
ald C are lykng at the Smith terminal
dock. th. former tor cargo, th lattsr for
PORT. TOWNSEND. Wuh, Oct. 12.
OFFICER LIST DETAILED
Commissioned Personnel of Army
tTntll June, 102 0, Announced.
TACOMA. Wash.. Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Detailed Instructions concern-
ne the formation of the commissioned
personnel of the American army un
til June 30, 1920, have been received
at Camp Lewis. The 18,000 officers
have been divided into the following
General officers, 101; colonels, 693;
lieutenant-colonels, 797; majors, 2717;
captains, 5408;-first lieutenants, 5179;
second lieutenants, 3105.
In order. to conform with this table,
the advice states, it will be necessary
generally to reduce officers from the
grades they held on the basis of 20,000
officers to the grades they should
properly hold on a basis of 18.000 of
ficers. The officers will be selected
says the notice, by the war depart
ment, on the information now con
tained In the records.
1st ' 5d S.l
Empress of 1170 S100 (63.75
France, Nov. 25 up -up
10 A.M. Cabin Third
Mlnnednsa Oct. 18 lino up $62.50
Scandln v'n Oct. 25 1)5 up 61.25
Meisgama Oct. 80 - loll up R.2 AO '
Melita . . Oct. 31 100 up 62.60
Sicilian Nov. 1 90 up $01.25
Montreal-Havre and London.
a ram plan.. Oct. 26 $i5 up $R1.2H
Corslcan Nov. 2 5 up 61.25
t'bone Bdwy. SO.
65 3d St.,
Tonight all week Mats. Wed.. Sat.
First time in stock in Portland. -'THE
A remarkable comedy by Booth Tark
ington and Julinn Ptreet.
Next week "Polly With a Past."
Tonight, all week. Mats. Wed.. .Sat.
The Musical Comedy Delight,
"HAVE A HEART."
New bargain evening prices: 500
seats, floor,- 75c; all balcony. 60c.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag" Hugs, all sizes Mail orders prompt.
a Send for Booklet
8x12 rugs steam or dry cleaned, 11.60.
FLUFF RUG CO.
64-66 Union ave. N. East 6310. B 1476.
THE IRWIX-HODSON COMPANY.
3S7 Washington. Broadway 434, A 1234.
300.000 KNOW Mc.Mahon, 100 Chiroprac
tor. Throngs pronounce treatments easi
est, best, permanent. 31 "treats" $13. Tel.
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPKCIAL1S TS.
WILUIAM, Esteiie and Floretta De Veny,
the only scientific chiropodists and arch
specialists in the city. Parlors 3U2 Ger
linger b:dg., S. W. corner 2d and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
DR. GARTNER, foot specialist; corns, bun
ions, foot arches made to order. 311
Swetland bldg.. ith and Wash. Main 1081.
CRANE LETTER . CO.. 1510-11-12 Royal
bldg. Marshall BS22. Mulllgraphing.
mimeographing and mall advertising
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
OLIMANSKT A LEIN. contractors and
builders, store and office fittings, gen
eral jobbing. 211 Curry St., city. Teis
Phone Marshsll 2744.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 179(1
, No collections, no charge. Established WOO
J-MISS EI. NORA FLECK will give UD her
dancing academy the loth, to teaoh
classical dancing at Berkeley dancing
academy. 129 Fourth st. Elnora Flack.
Ol'TOMETRlSTS AND OPTICIANS.
-r&rw GLASSES "AT"" A SAVING.
sMSiaaJ 1 solicit your patroimga on tin
yjr basis of capable service. Thou
sand of talislicd customer. A
' trial will convince you. Charles Vv . Uooa
man. optometrist, -on Morrison. M. 21-4.
ATTENTION! EYES RIGHT!
Dr. George ltubentein, veteran op
tician, is right on the Job of flttiug tlul
bent eyeglasses at reasonable prict. 2-0
Morrion t., near becond.
K. C. WRIGHT 22 years' experience V. 3.
and foreign patents. 601 Dekuin.bldg.
GOLDBERG. 62U Worcester bldg. M. 262S.
One increased efficiency d r u s less
wU JO treatment, goitre, headache, appen
dicitis, tonal I It le. without surgery. Ur.
Raymond E. Walters, 306 sSweuaiid bldg.
Alaranail 4MI2. m
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway building.
Rheumatism, stomach, bowel, lung, liver,
kidney, bladder, lectai, prostatic, lemals
disorders, skin af fectlons.Juloud preour
" prices. SLarke-Davls Co.,
IVi 3d. M. TUT.
KEYSTONE PRESS, J. E. Ganlenbelil,
Mgr. Printing and linotyping. lu'i'4
Front St., corner Slark. -Main or A 141H.
F. V. BALTKS & COMPAN V,
1st and Oak sts. M. 163, A 1163.
221 Front 81.
We buy and sell everything In the
hardware and rurniluro Hue. Phono
Main HKTO, A 71T4.
DR. W. ARNOLD IJNDSEY. specialist on
goitre. Main 6'JOo: Morgan bldg.
JOHN CONLISK, pBlntlng and
Tianglng. 133 16lh. phone Mroadwi
BH INGLES. Berkey Bros. Mar. 1T9;
root rehhlngled ana repairea:
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
MRS. BATH'S DANCING academy. 3d
floor Dekum bldg.. private lessons day
ana eve.; class iueu. eve. .Main i;45.
DANCING Pat. eve.. W. O. W. hall No. 3;
. good floor, music and time; 8:30 sharp.
JAIL BREAKERS RECAUGHT
Men Escaping From Twin Falls
Taken at Vale, Or.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho, Oct. 12 (Spe
cial.) H. H. Wilson and Carl Olson,
the prisoners who broke out of the
county Jail here last Wednesday, have
flea in been lodged In the bastlle here.
The pair were recaptured at Vale. Or.
The men laughed at their capture,
declaring; that Uiey would again es
cape If they should get the chance.
The men were arrested some time
ago on a charge of burglarizing sev
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. 12. Maximum tem
perature, 64 degrees; minimum, 49 degrees.
Klver reading at e A M., Jo leet; change
in last 24 hours. 0.6 foot fall. Total rain
fall 15 P. M. to & P. M ), none: total rain
fall since September 1, 191. 3.64 inches:
normal rainfall since September 1. 3.25
inches; excess of rainfall ainee Septem
ber I, lfllfl. 0.3 inch. Sunrise. 7:24 A. M. ;
sunset. 6:31 P. M. Total sunshine Oc
tober 12, tt hours 3n minutes. Possible sun
shine, 11 hours. 6 minutes. Moonrtse. 8:.'I3
P. M. : moonset. 11:28 A. M. Barometer
deduced to sea level) at 9 P. M.. 30.09
Inches. - Relative humidity at 6 A. 14.. 4
per cent; at 1 P M., SI par cent; at 6
P. M- 71 per cent.
CITY OF TOPEKA.
P. M., October 13 for Coos
Bay, Eureka and San Francisco, con
necting with steamers to Los Angeles
and San Diego. -
First-class fare, including berth and
San Francisco. Upper Deck. ..$23 00
. , " Lower Deck...... 23.50
Third Class 18 00
" Round Trip 4S.00
Eight ' per csnt war tax added to
TICKET OFFICE: 101 Third S.
Main 1466. A 3332.
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
S. S. Rose City
Depart 12 Noon
From Ainsworth Dock
Fare includes Berth and Meals.
City Ticket Off ice,3d and Washington
. Phone Main 3530 .
Freight Office, Ainsworth Dock
Phone Broadway 268
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND
S. S. LINES -
S g t Wind
' a 'I o .
3 3 a-e j
3 3 ; ;
STATIONS. - ? tVeathM.
I fill! -
, c : .
Baker 36 00.fl0l. iNWICloudy
Boise HX0.001..W IClear
Boston" 50ifl. 02l.. K Cloudy
Calgary 48 0.001.. NE Cloudy
Chicago 58 0.0111. .W Clear
Denver fid!. 001, . NE Cloudy
Des Moines. .. .-r 620.W...H Clear
Eureka 5Sio.no . .N (Clear
Galveston T4:0.04itON Cloudy
Helena 40 B2 0.0OI12IW Cloudy
Juneau t 4210.001. .Is Clear
Kansas City... U0.Ool..lB Clear
Am Angeles. ... Su'0.001. .ISW Clear
Marshfield. 38 6S 0.0O!12!NW Clear
Medford .... 34 7S0.0O..N Clear
Minneapolis ... Mi 0.0l. .IS Cloar
New Orleans... 0'0.00l . . I T Cloudy
New York 52 0.8i;12IN- Clear
North Head, in 54 0.001. . NW Cloudy
N. Yakima.. 40 fiS0.00. . NW Clear
Phoenix 82 0.001.. W Clear
Pocatello I 62 o.ool. .ISW Clear
Portland 5!l 64 0. (Mil. .INW Cloudy
Roseburg ... 421 600. 001. .IW Pt. cloudy
Facramento. 56 84:0.00..W Pt. cloudy
St. Louis gnio.no! . . INE Cloudv
Salt Lake 6O:0.no:iOiNW Pt. cloudy
San Diego 72I0.OOJ..IW (Clear
San Franci'o... 80i0.ooll8!W Clear
Seattle .12 5810. OOI. .IW Pt. cloudy
Fllka . 46 5rti0.02l.-lw Cloudy
Spokane .... 44 64'I.C0 . .SW Pt. cloudy
Tacoma .... 541 60 0.001.. IN Pt. cloudy
Tatoosh Isl'd SOI S2lo.28'18IS Rain
Valdest 8I44,0.0R..I Cloudy
Walla Walla 501 Tmo.oul. .IW Cloudy.
Washington ... B4o.7..N Cloudy
Winnipeg I 4010.001. .IS Pt. cloudy
Cocnpagnie Generate Transatlantlque.
Express Posts Service.
. Subject to Chanj5e."
" XEW YORK-HAVRE.-- .
La Tonmlse.. Or. 25
La Immune... Oct. .29
1 ranee v Nov, 6
Chicago ,Oct. 18.
Fngasl Bros., Pae. Coast Agents, lot Cherry
St., Seattle,, or Any Local Agent.
A N T A G E
MAT. DAILY 2:3
George Choos Present
The Bis Broadway Musical Comedv
Music by Walter S. Rosemont: Book and
Lyrics Dy larl MacBoyle. pretty
Girls Clever Principals.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 6
Three Performances Dally. Night Curtain
at 7 and V.
Mat. Daily at 2. Nights at 7 and 9.
DILLON AND FRANKS and the Rosebud
"THE HONEYMOON GIRLS."
A whirlwind of mirth and music Country
Store (extra) Tuesday Night.
in eight lessons ladies
$2.50, g-entlemen $5.00
at De Honey's Beautiful
Academy, 23d and Washing-ton.
New Classes for
Besrinnera start Monday
and Friday evenings. Ad
vanced classes Tuesday
and Thursday evenings),
8 to 11:30.
Plenty of desirable partners and
practice. No embarrassmem. Private
lessons all hours. Learn from profes
sional dancers in the leadine'school.
fnone Alain Vb&b. Dancing Saturday
DOG- AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY veterinary hospital. 415
7th. East 1847. B 192.
EAR, EYE, NOSE AND THROAT.
DR. F. F. CASSEDAT. Specialist, Glasses
fitted. 700 E, Burnside. cor. L'Oth. E. 4734.
K. STEPHAN. hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordian side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders. 210 Pitrtock blk. Broadway 10H9.
GET estimates for new or old house. Port
land Hardwood Floor Co.. 187 W. Park st.
H. M. H ELECTRIC CO.. 31 N. 1st st...
Portland. Or. Rewinding and electrical
repairing a specialty. See us about new
or used motfirs. Bdwy. 1045. A 1046.
VIOLIN, piano, harmonv, all string In
struments taught. Kol Keubeck. 409
EMIL THIELHORX, violin, viola teacher;
pupil Sevcik. 207 Fliedner bldg. Bdy. 16JU.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
"The Sorvlre With a Reputation."
ith and Kearney. Hitncii B
PHONE BDWY. 3309
ORK(iON TRANSFER CO.. 474 fil.lBAN Pt.
corner of 13th. Phone Broadway 1 UK I
or We own and operutM two larae
class "A" warehou'! on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates in the city.
Ol.SlvN THANHKKIl CO., 24S Pine.
MADleiO.V-ST. HOCK & WARKHOUKK Ol'
KICK, ISO MailiNon st. General merchan
dise and forwarding agents. Main lliiil.
PACKING, MOVING. BTORAC'.K.
SKCL'KITV STOKAGE ft TltANSFER
CO.. IQ.'i PARK. ST. MAIN G13,A Hl.'il.
WII.I.AMETTK-VAI.l.KV TRANS. CO.
tieneral transler and lorwaidmg agents.
124 Norlli FU'th st. lirumiway 4;4.
CLAY S. MORSE. Inc.
TRACKAGE, STORAGE. TRANSFER.
448-404 GLISAN ST.
EATON & MAXWELL TRANSFER CO.,
piano and furniture moving. Long-distance
hauling a sieetalty. 222 Pine t.
Phones: Office M. 76$;!; res. Wdln.
Highest prices paid, old watches and jew
elry; condition no object; repairs special
ty. Reiner Jewelry Co., 4411 ha Wash. st.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
Dl'BKUILLE TOP CO.. 9th and Oak sts.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
L. DINKELSPIEL CO.TS.r.t:
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldg
HATS AND CAPS.
THAN'HADAER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front St.
HIDKS, WOOL AND t'ASCABA BARK.
KAHN" BRC'S.. 105 .Fsdnt st.
THE PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY.
OR-70-72 Front St.. Portland.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
V. p. FL'Ll.ER & CO.. Front and Morrison.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Housekeeper for family of
no wasning; wages 9Z3 per month.
East lth N.
STEADY dishwasher wanted.
way. No Sunday work.
70 Broadway. No
NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS
Vim Tahiti and Raratoogra. Mail and paa
KJiffr aervic from batt Franciac every
25 day. ,
tMON S. S. CO,' OF NEW ZEALAND,
230 California (it., San Francisco,
or lcaJ ateamatiip and railroad aceoclea.
of our 1
tA. M today.
P. M. report of preceding
Portland and vicinity Fair; westerly
Oregon Fair: gemtle westerly winds.
Washington Ram west, fair east por
tion; gsotle westerly winds.
EDWARD L. WELLS. Meteorologist.
Iwts Ready for Campaign.
CHEHALIS. Wash., Oct. 12. (Spe-
tal.) U. J. Albers, well-known Che
halis attorney, who Is Lewis county
chairman for the drive to be put on
October 20 to 27 by the Roosevelt Me
morial association, has his otir-nira-,
Portland's Largreet and Fin
INFORMALS EVRV EVEN
BEST MCSIC BEST KVERYTHI.1G,
BALL-BGABIG SPHI.SU FXOOB.
Private and Class Lessons Dally.
Professional instructors Only.
CHII.URK.V'S CLASSES SATLKDAY.
Fuurteeota Street, Off Waablns;tun.
GLORL4 8W ANSON ELLIOTT DEXTER
"FOR BETTER, FOB WORSE."
Also Mutt A Jeff comedy. Open from 9
o'clock in the morning until 4 o'clock of
the following moroina..
AL KADER TEMPLE,
A. A. O. .N. M. S. The Arab
Patrol will have charge of
the Alcazar theater on Octo
ber 28, 29 ami 30. The Al
cazar Stock company will
put on "Leave It to Jane."
assisted by chanters and
dancing girls of A I Kader
temple. Tickets will he, 1
plja war tax. Exchange
tickets may be obtained
from any member nf the Patrol. These
tickets must be exchanged at the theater
tor the regular theater tickets. Tickets
can be exchanged on and after October 13.
HUGH J. BOTP. Secretary.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
46, A,, f. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Monday)
afternoon, E. 8th and Burnside
sts.. at 2:30 o'clock for the pur
nose, of conducting the funeral
Drotner. jonn a, Mann, or
Livingstone lodge, Livingstone, Mont. Serv
ices at the crematorium. A large attend
ance will be appreciated. Members having
sutos please bring them. By order ot
W. M. J H. RICHMOND, gee.
MT. TABOR LODOE NO. 42.
A.F. AND A.M. Special com
munication Monday, October
13. at 2 P. M, for the pur
pose of conducting funeral
services of our late Brother
Max Hchulpius of Multnomah lodge No. 1,
A. F. and A. M., of Oregon City, Or. Serv
ices st Portland Crematorium from Fln
lev A Sons. Visiting brothers welcome.
Please bring autos. By order of the W. M.
M. R. SPALDING. Sec.
CHAPTER NO. 14. O. E. 3.
Stated meeting this, Monday,
8 P. M., East 8th and Burnside.
Degrees. Visitors welcome. By
order W. M.
BELLE RICHMOND. Soc.
HARMONY LODOE NO 12.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
m.minaiinn this. Monday, eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. Work in
the Di. A. uesreo.
DE LIN, Sec.
WILLAMETTE LODOE No.
2 A. F. AND A. M. Special
;mmunIcation this IMonuay
vening at 7 o'clock sharp
work ii F. C. degree. Visitor:
welcomew. F. WEEKS, Sec
RASMl'SSEN & CO.. Sfconrt and TM-lor,
PIPE. PIPE F1TTINOS AXO VALVES.
THE) PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY.
6S-70-72 Front St.. Portland.
M. L. KLINE. M-nU -Front St.
Pl.I.MBINO AMI STEAM SlTi-I.IES.
THIS PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY."
OS-70-72 Front st.. Portland.
M. I.. KLINE, 84-81 Front St.
PRODI I K COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
KV KKDINO ft FAHKE1.L. 140 Front st.
ROPBAND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SASH. DOORS AND OLA. M.S.
W. P. FULLER & CO., Front and Morrison.
HUHiCAN WALL PAPER CO.. I'.IO 2d
AUCTION SALE TODAY.
At Wilson's Auction House, 10 A, M.
Furniture. 1BH-171 Second sL
PITCHEY-In this city, October 12. Clara
May Pitchey, aged 27 years, at the resi
dence i:W K. 14th st. Announcement
Sf funeral later. Ericson Undertaking Co.
HARTUNG At Rosalia, wu,h.-
of Mrs. Rev. P. J. Sehnert of New berg.
are inviieu 10 --.
wnicn win u,
German M. cnuFuu.
corner Stanton and Rodney aves.. juea
Zy. October 14. 1919 2 P. M
will lie in state at the church from 10
o'clock A. M. until 1:30 P. M.
LEWIS-At the residence, u
entb street N., uctoocr
I ewls aged tt: years, beloved husband of
llzv Lewis, father of William B. Lewis
of Nampa. Idaho- Fred E. Lewis tl t-mu-well,
Idaiio.; Mrs. Audrey Hennebery of
this city and Mrs. Hildred Flanigan of
Pendleton. Or. Fnneral services will be
v,.i Mnnriav. October 13, at a tr. m.
r Mtucr a- Tracey.
will be rorwaraea si . ... x ,
well. Idaho, where Interment will take
KBLLS-In this city, October in li. at
the family resiaence,
Blanche Kells, aged 27 years, befd
daughter of John Kells. Friends are in
vited i' attend the funeral services to-day
(Monday), October IS. at !:'"
A. M., at the Holman parlors. Third and
Salmon sts. Interment Rose City Park
MASON The funerat services of the late
John A. Maaon win u no." ..
conservatory chapel of F. S. Dunning.
Inc., 414 East Alder St.. at 3 P. M. Mon
day. Oct. 13. under th.- auspices of
Washington lodge No. 48. A. F. and
A M. Frixnds invited, conciuoing ti
ices at the Portland crematorium.
WE FURNISH limousines for funeral
service. -JONES AUTOMOBILE LIV
ERY. Marshall 114.
VAULTS AKD CREMATION.
Disinterments for either. Sell. WIT.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
266 4th St., Opp. City Hall. Neu Bros.
BLAESING GRANITE: CO. I
THIFD AT MADISON STSEET
32g Morrlt-on St.. Purl land hotel. Mnt. 7.1.1
o48 Murrlsnn. bet. lidy and Park. Mar. 2o7.
Portland's Leading Fluwer ShopSj t
MARTIN & FOltBES CO.. florlsls. 3M
Washington. Main Jill). A 1JOU. Flowers
for sll occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2K7 Morrison aU
Main 7700. Fine flowers snd floral d
signs. No branch arores.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL- SHOP. 240 Alder t.
Flowers, designs, reasonable. Mar. ili-J.
IRVINGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4lh and
Vamhiil. Funeral designers; lowest prices.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 72 1.1, A 3Ul. Self
ing bldg.. Hixth and Alder sts.
TONSETH F'LORAL CO., 2ST Washlng'on
St.. bet. 4th and .1th. Main 6102, A 1111.
Holman Undertaking Co.
Third and-.tialmnn streets.
Main .107. A 1911.
FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER NO.
115 O. B. S. Stated commun
.catlon this (Monday) evening.
Vincent hall, 43d and Sandy.
ELLA DUNN RICE, Sec.
NO. , IMP'D O. R. M.,
meets tonight (Monday) at
Auditorium hall, 208 3d
street. Visitors welcome.
E, M. WELLS. C. of R.
WOODLAWN LODOE NO. 171. I.O.O.F.
Meets every Monday evening 8 P. M. at
444 Dekum ave., wooaiawo iiau. visikius
brothers especially invited.
A. J . n - li-iJl. i , si. u.
WOODLAWN LOUGB NO. 171, I.O.O.F'
-Will hold annual homecoming social
evening, Woodlawn hall, 444 Dekum ave.,
8 PM. All Odd Fellows and their friends
welcome. A. J. HARDLY, N. G.
EMBLEM Jewelry, outtons, charms, pins.
Dew designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 6th st.
FRIEDLANDER'8 for lodge emblems.
class pins aad sasdala, ,aiQ Washlasiea st.
MARTIN Franklin Martin, aged 79 years.
late of North lamniu. vr.
services will take place at Plkis church,
YamhiU county, Friday. Oct. 14. Tha
remains will be at McEntee Ellers
funeral parlors. lBth and Everett sts.
until a A. L Tuesday.
WESTFALL The fuperal services of the
late Anna C. Westfall will be held to
day (Monday) at 1 o clock P. M. at
Finlev-s, Montgomery at 5th. Friends
Invited. Interment at Rose City ceme
tery. 8CHULPIUS The funeral services of the
late Max Schulplus will be held today
(Monday) at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at Fin
ley's, Montgomery at 5th. Friends In
vited. Incineration at the Portland
MARVTN The funeral services of the late
Joseph B. Marvin will be held tomorrow
(Tuesday) at 3 P. M. at Finley-s. Mont
gomery at Fifth. Interment at Mt.
Scott Park cemetery. Washington, D. C.
papers please copy.
HELM BR The funeral services of the
, late Charles W. Helmer will be held from
the conservatory chapel of F. S. Dun
ning, Inc.. 414 E. Alder St., today (Mon
day), at l-.ao P. 11. Friends invited.
Interment in Multnomah Park cemetery.
COOPER The -funeral services of the late
Thomas Cooper will be held Monday. Oc
tober 13. at 11 A. M.. at the chapel of
Miller A Tracey. Interment at Sylvan,
EVANS The funeral services of the late
T. Milliard Evans will be held today
(Monday) at 4 o'clock P. M. at Finley's,
Montgomery at 5th. Friends Invited.
Interment at Waynesvllla, Ohio,
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash, at., bet. 20th-21st. west sM.
Main 2091. Lady Asnlslant. A 7Sb5.
PROGRESSIVE FUN'ERAL DIRECTORS
Main . Montgomery at Sth. A 1.V.H).
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all tha privacy of
a noma, ltfth and Everett at a. 1'hon
Broadway 2133; Home, A 2W3.
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
414 E. Alder. Phone East 53.
Perfect aervice. personal direction, trm
use ot fioral chapel and auto equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Successors to Wilson at Ross, Multno
mah at E. 7th. East S4. Irvlngton diat.
DUNNING McENTEE, funeral dlrec4ors,
Broadway and Pine sts. Phone Broadway
430 A 4uoS. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH Vftr'0
Twelftn and Morrison sis.
A. D. K EN WORTH Y CO.,
5S02-0J -'d St., Lents. Tabor BU7.
A. R. ZELLAR CO.
592 Williams Aye.
East 108a, C lOS.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and. Clay. M. 410-'. A 2221. Lady assistant.