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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, MONDAY, . JANUARY 3. 1920.
OUTPUT OF CEMENT
WILL BE RESUMED
Plant at Gold Hill to Be Re
opened This Month.
NEW MACHINERY ON WAY
Management Expects to Operate on
.Full Capacity Basis Soon.
Quarries Made Ready.
After undergoing: a- thorough reor
ganisation, the Gold Hill Portland
cement plant will begin turning out
cement for sale on tl)e Pacific coast
during- the present month, according
to D. L. Carpenter, new president of
the corporation. The plant was erect
ed some years ago, but met financial
difficulties and for some months past
has been idle.
Reorganisation was effected early
last fall, with the co-operation of
Fletcher Linn, and the new officer
of the company. In addition to Mr.
Carpenter, are: W. H. Mulrhead. vice
president nd treasurer; L. A. Adams,
secretary. Mr. Carpenter has been
acting as manager also, with W. H.
Green, an experienced cement manu
facturer, as superintendent at the
The plant, which is located on the
Southern Pacific tracks about a mile
and a half from Gold Hill, promises
to become on of the moat important
industries of the Rogue river section.
Already an investment of 1800.000 has
been made, and In the neighborhood
of 100 men will be employed con
stantly. For some weeks past 85 men have
been on hand at the plant working
the quarries and getting the machin
ery in operation. At present all that
Is holding up actual manufacture 13
the installation of grinding machin
ery, which has been ordered and now
Is en route somewhere west of Chey
enne. The mill is located In the
midst of an almost Inexhaustible sup
ply of shale and lime rock. It is
stated, and its operation for years to
come is assured from this fact. The
capacity Is 1200 barrels per 24-hour
day, -and it Is hoped by the manage
ment within a short time to have the
plant operating on this basis.
A fifth canning plant was added to
thobo In control of A. Rupert com
pany, Incorporated, last week, through
the purchase by the company of he
Springbrook Canning company prop
erty at Springbrook, Or. With the
big Newberg establishment, cwned by
the company, but two miles away, the
two will be operated conveniently to
handle the enormous crops which this
district is expected to yield during
The four other plants. In addition
to that at Springbrook, now owned by
the Rupert company, include that of
the Valley Canning company at New
berg, and those at Lebanon, Falls
City and Gresham. Three others have
. arranged with the company to han
dle their output, and the concern ex
pects to open the 1920 season next
summer with a dally capacity of
17.000 cases of canned fruits, jams
Prises for the national blouse week
window displays recently were award
ed at the United Waist league's head
quarters in New York, and a Portland
store, the Eastern Outfitting com
pany, was adjudged one of the win
ners. Entries, which were made
through photographs of the windowsT
weie from all Important cities and
many of the small itle of the coun
try, according to word received.
In the judging, effective grouping
of blouses was more considered than
the blouses tnemselves, and artistic
arrangement, decorative scheme and
original conception were the prime
factors. L. A. McMullen is the deco
rator responsible for the Eastern Out
fitting company b place among the
winners in this national contest.
Probably the largest order for steam
rollers ever contracted in Oregon was
closed Friday, when the county com
missioners of Marion county ordered
four of the machines through the
Road Builders' Equipment company,
354 Belmont street, this city. Marlon
county recently approved a bond issue
calling for a big programme of road
improvement and the coming year is
expected to witness much activity in
The rollers ordered by the Marion
commissioners are of the Buffalo
Pitts steam-propelled type, with a
weight of ten tons each. Delivery is
expected to be made in about 30 days.
A. J. Cormack, who has been with
the First National bank in this city
for 15 sears, has been named con
troller for the Jantzen knitting mills
and will take up his new duties at
once, his office being located in the
new building which the company is
erecting on Sandy boulevard at Twen
tieth street. Mr. Cormack began his
employ with the local bar.k as a mes
senger and worked up to the position
of purchasing agent: In view of his
departure from the bank he was pre
sented with a gold watch by the em
ployes at Christmas time.
The new controller of the knitting
mills company has been a director
and stockholder of the Jantzen com
pany for some time and, on account of
the rapid growth of the concern, he
accepted the position as controller.
The new building now nearing com
pletion covers one-hair block, and
another unit covering the other half
of the block is planned for 1921. when
the company Intends to launch a
nation-wide campaign for the sale of
its popular elastic ribstitch bathing
As reward for a record of sales for
his concern which has excelled that of
any other sales representative
throughout the country. Paul C.
Morton, northwest representative for
the Alligator Oil Clothing company,
left last week for St. Louis to visit
the management at the expense of the
company. Mr. Morton expects to
spend several days at St. Louis con
ferring with the management relative
to business plans and prospects for
the new year, and will go from there
to the Atlantic coast for a visit.
Mr. Morton's territory covers Wash
ington, Oregon and northern Cali
fornia, and his sales for 1919, accord
ing to advice from headquarters, were
"record breaking." While at St. Louis
he expects to visit the- headquarters
of the Travelers' Protective associa
tion on behalf of the local organisa
tion to take up matters relative to the
national convention which will be
held in Portland next June.
The Carman Manufacturing com
pany, one of the largest furniture
plants in. the west, will build an ad
dition to Its plant at once, to care for
demands of additional business. Plans
for a warehouse, three stories in
height and costing $33,000 were filed
with the city building department
last week. The structure will be lo
cated at 1314 Macadam street, adjoin
ing the present plant, and will meas
ure 140 by 80 feet. James L. Quinn
will be the builder.
Plans for immediate repair of the
Portland Stove works at Kenton,
which was nearly dlstroyed by fire
during the recent cold spell, are be-
A., J. Cormack. formerly with
the First National bank, who
ia new controller fop the
. Jantzen Knitting- mills.
lng made and actual construction will
start within a short time. Plans for
a new structure 40 by 400 feet, to cost
In the neighborhood of tlo, 000, have
been filed with the city building de
partment. LEGION ASSESSES DUES
STATE 'COMMITTEE DISCUSSES
Barge E. Leonard Resigns From
Finance Body to Enter Politics
in Behalf of General Wood.
Organization and membership cam
paigns and the assessment of the new
national dues of SI a year were sub
jects of discussion at a meeting of
the state executive committee of the
American Legion, department of
Oregon, held In Portland Saturday
There were present William B.
Follett of Eugene, commander; E. J.
Elvers of Portland, - adjutant; Pres
cott W. Cookingham of Portland,
treasurer and the following com
mitteemen: J. N. Williams of Eugene,
G. R. Wilbur of Hood River, C. G.
Schneider of Gresham, Creed C. Ham
mond. Wilbur Henderson, and Tom
Sweeney, of Portland. Proxies were
held for committeemen Asa W. Bat
tles, Prineville. Charles W. Ersklne.
Bend; C. N. Miller, Enterprise; and
George Gore, St. Helens.
American Legion posts throughout
the state will be notified this week
that department and national dues ot
SI. 50 are payable at once at head
quarters in the Morgan building, it
waJ decided, for the fiscal year from
January 1 to December 31. National
dues of one dollar include subscrip
tion to the American Legion Weekly.
They must be paid as soon as possible
but the 50 cents due state headquart
er may be deferred as late aa May 1.
The resignation of Barge E. Leon
ard from the state finance committee
on account of activity in the political
arena . In the interest of General
Leonard Wood, was accepted and G.
Lane Goodell, of Portland, appointed
by Commander Follett to succeed Mr.
A committee composed of G. R. Wil
bur, Hood River; J. N. Williams.
Eugene; C. G. Schneider, Gresham;
and Creed C. Hammond. Portland, was
named to prepare a statement for
state dissemination concerning de
partment finances and operation of
A. report of work handled at Wash
ington. D. C, by' state commanders of
the American Legion in conference
with congressional .representatives,
was submitted by Commander Follett.
Serious illness of Mrs. .Follett
caused the state commander to an
nounce that he would be unable to
deliver the intended address before
the members of Portland post tomor
row night on the Washington meet
ing, but that he would prepare a
thorough report for reading at that
BODY FDUKD NEAR WRECK
MAN MAY BE IDENTIFIED AS
Signet Ring Only Clue Available;
Discoveny Is Made at
Black Rock Point.
BANDON, Or., Jan. 4. (Special.)
The headless body of a man believed
to be a victim of the wreck of the
steamer J. A. Chanslor was washed
ashore near Black Rock Point, one
mile north of the scene of the wreck,
last night. Identity had not been es
tablished today. The body had no
clothing and the only clew to Identi
fication was a signet ring bearing
the monogram E. R. J. or E. R. I. en
graved over a double eagle. It is be
lieved that the body was washed from
the after part of the vessel.
Captain Johnson o' the local coast
guard said the nearest corresponding
initial of any man lost with the
Chanslor are those of E. H. Lauren-
son. Only five inquiries for bodies
have so far been received by Captain
Johnson and the one just found is
not believed to be that of any one of
those. It was established that the
body was not that of Francis Jackson
of Portland. The body was in a
badly decomposed condition and will
be buried in Denmark cemetery, near
where it was found.
32 Court Cases IMsmlssetl.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 4. (Special.) At
the opening of the mid-winter term
of department No. 1 of the circuit
court here yesterday. Judge Kelly dis
missed 32 cases due to final prosecu
tion, four orders were Issued for
judgment in accordance with stipulat
ed action, two cases were dismissed
on non-suit motions, two cases were
taken under advisement, and in one
case a motion to strike from the
docket was overruled. Hearing of
cases will begin Monday and It is not
expected that final adjournment of
court will be taken before the middle
t i. 7
I ; ' Vi J!
NEW FIRM TO
BOUTS ID TRUCKS!
Inland Empire Company
3 STEAMERS ACQUIRED
Oil Burners to Be Operated on Co
lumbia and Willamette Rivers;
Captain Graham Manager.
Articles of incorporation for the
new Inland Empire Boat & Truck
company, which Is to operate steam
ers on the Columbia and Willamette '
rivers, supplemented with truck lines
from all the principal landings, wiil
be filed with the secretary of state
today, according to announcement
made last night by M. E. Lee. one of
the Incorporators of the company.
Mr. Lee said that the new company
had taken over the steamers Graha
mona. Oregona and Pomona, formerly
operated by the Oregon City Trans
portation company on the Willamette
river, and that a fourth steamer
would be secured .immediately.
Steamers . to Burn oil.
The steamers are to be fitted as
oil burners immediately and it is
hoped to commence operations by th
first of March. The Oregona and
Pomona will be operated on the- Wil
lamette river and the Grahamona and
another steamer on the Columbia
river. The steamers on the Colum
bia will go to Pasco and Keiinewick
and those operating on the Willamette
will go up as far as Harriaburg when
possible, making Salem during all
months of the year. Mr. Lee said.
The truck service will operate out
of all' the important points touched
by the steamers, according to Mr. Lee.
Present plans include the operation
of trucks out of Corvallis. Albany.
Salem and Dayton on the Willamette.
On the Columbia there will be a truck
circuit including Goldendale, Blckle
ton. Roosevelt. Arlington," Wasco.
Grass Valley and Moro, and another
including Umatilla, Pendleton, Walla
Walla. Pasco and Kennewick.
Captain Graham Manaser.
Mr. Lee "leclares that a freight serv
ice at from 10 to 3T per cent less cost
can be given the merchants of. those
Captain A. B. Graham is manager
of the new company and D. W. Evans
salesman-, it was announced.
The incorporators are: J. A. Smith.
William J. Mariner, both of Gilliam
county; E. W. Haines of Washington
county; Captain A. B. Graham. M. E.
Lee and M. M. Lee of Portland.
CHINESE TRADE ENCOURAGED
Tacoma Man Advocates Agencies in
TACOMA, Wash.. Jan. 4. (Special.)
The great field of American com
merce in China should be aggressive
ly cultivated through the establish
ment of agencies in various Chinese
cities, declares C. W. Wallerlch of
Tacoma, who has Just returned after
three years spent In China, Japan
and Siberia as representative of Getz
Brothers, San Francisco.
"American, manufacturers - should
have agents in foreign cities who
can take orders, receive merchandise
In warehouses and see that it is prop
erly distributed." said Mr. Wallerich.
"American goods bring the highest
prices in the atrient and Japan often
buys American goods and resells the
merchandise in China or Siberia.
Sometimes they put American marks
on Japanese goods."
Pacific Coast Shipping Kotes.
whTRiA' . r" Jan' 'Special.)
With lumber from Knappton art Westport.
the steam schooner Willamette sailed at
8:80 last night tor San Francisco.
.hA 1?'ihrKin' 'uel oil In Portland,
the tank steamer Oleum sailed at 10
o'clock last night for California
The steamer Diana, laden with ties
from Portland, for England, sailed at 7
o clock this morning on her 24-hour trial
run at sea.
With a cargo of fuel oil for Portland.
",Mmer w- F- Herrin arrived at
8.-5 this morning from California
The schooner Inea. lumber :aden for
Australia, arrived from Portland at noon
toaw -h w."' Drobby a tomorrow.
With freight and passengers for As
toria and Portland, the steamer Rose City
arrived at 7:50 this morning from San
. The steam schooner E. H. Meyer is due
from San Francisco en route to Portland.
The steam schooner Klamath is dua
from San Francisco and win load lum
ber at Wauna and St. Helena
The steam schooner Santlam arrived at
9:0 this morning from San Pedro and
will load lumber at the Hammond mill.
COOS RiT rf t. a to .. .
No shipping was possible today across 'the
Coos bay bar and vessels ready to sal?
nil), until tomorrow. Two
lumber-laden vessels, one the Yellowstone
are waiting better conditions, while the
C. A. Smith Is lying offshore.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Jan. 4. (Special )
Repairs to the Seattle auxiliary powered
schooner Admiral Sims, of the Pacific
Steamship company, which was blown
ashore by a hurricane on Tagapula Island
of the Philippine group, -are being made
In the United States government dry dock
uiuunini, au mnes rrom Manila, ac
cording to advices received In Seattle to
day. Still staunch and sound as on the day
she went into commission 2S4 years ago.
the tug Wanderer was purchased by the
Merrill A Ring Lumber company from the
Skinner Eddy corporation. In a deal
formally consummated yesterday. The new
owners will use the vessel In their log-tow-Ing
operations- on Fuget sound and ad
jacent waters. - -.
K. P. Clark, general freight and passen
ger agent of the Alaska Steamship com
pany, left Seattle today for New York,
where he win have charge of the loading
of the steamships Henry T. Scott and
Juneau, now on the Atlantic and soon to
steam for Seattle in ths new lnter-eoastal
service of the company.
With the arrival of the steamship West
Cayote. In Seattle, January 25. in ballast
from Norfolk. Va., the fleet of the ship
ping board's European-Pacific line will be
Increased to nine carriers with, a total of
S3.R00 deadweight tons capacity.
On her first voyage In the Rolph Mall
Steamship company's Seattle. Central and
South American service, the steamship
Annette Rolph will sail from this port
late In February, according to Seattle
agents of the company.
The vessel will bring a cargo of sugar
from South America for the British Colum
bia refinery on her northbound voyage
and after discharging In Vancouver will
come to Seattle to begin loading for South
and Central American porta.
The barkentine Makawell. owned by
Hind. Rolph & Co.. la due In Seattle late
In Febsuary. She will bring a cargo of
cotton seed cake from Callao. The -vessel
will load a cargo of lumber on Puget sound
for Australia. She sailed from Callao
December 18. -
PORT TOWNSENd! Wash.. Jan. 4
(Special.) The steel steamer St. Anthony
nl nvrii usiBiivu in w . . I ira ce A Co
as operators and managers. She will load
flour for an Atlantic port. Captain Mll
nor will command the vessej on her maiden
With a full cargo of lumber and ce
ment, the United States tralntnf ship
Brookdale sailed this morning 'for Hono
lulu. This will be her second trip to Hon
olulu with a crew of apprentices. Return
ing she will bring a part cargo of pine
apples. SAN FRANCISCO. Ca.. Jan. 4. (Spe
cial.) Indicating the quality of Psciflc
coast f.our that is available, not only for
export, but for the home market, an
an noon street
Pknal Malm !
OREGON BRASS WORKS
If Tt'a Made of -
BRASS. BRONZE. COPPER. OR ALUM IN UK
Wo Com Fsrabk It.
OFFlCEl SECOND AND EVERETT.
COMMERCIAL IRON WORKS
ENGINEERS FOUNDERS MACHINISTS
QUOTATIONS GTVKN ON SPECIAL, MACHINERY AND CASTINGS.
REPAIR WORK, GENERAL JOBBING.
PHONES K 7212 E 7275.
OKUtK YOUR KADDERLT
Now, and we can give it best at
tention. .Don't wait until the cold
of Winter. We make them of
steel and boiler rivet them. Win
last for decades.
J. J. Kadderly
130 FIRST ST. MAIN 1382
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It. v. snuflb frea. ana eeni Mgr.
SHOPE BRICK CO.
Phone East 1SS5: Res.. East 1797
FACE AND MANTEL BRICK
SSI 4 last Morrison St.
TRAVELING BAGS, SUITCASES
Pistol Holsters and Cartridge Belts.
Ladies' Purses and Hand Bags
Repaired: Men's Belts. Wallets and
PORTLAND LEATHER CO,
$1.25 to $3.50 Box
THE APPLE HOUSE
115 2d St, Portland
eiepaonea aroaawa y ssuo. a amo
Office and Works, Twenty-Second
and Reed Sts.. Portland.
Specialty Foundry, &
Small Brass aad Iron Castings
Contract Work Solicited. -13.
Seventh and Belmont. E. 3408.
nouncement Is made by the San Francisco
office of the United States grain corpora
tion that three shipping board steamers,
carrying about 23u.u00 barrels of flour,
will 'be loaded and cleared from San
Francisco bay during the next ten days.
The three shiploads, forming the largest
single movement of flour from this port
in many months, will be taken to the At
lantic seaboard to await export orders
The flag of. Chile replaced the red and
white of Japan on the T. K. K. liner
Nippon Maru this afternoon when the
former crack Pacific passenger carrier was
turned over formally to its new Chilean
owners, of Vaiparalso. The steamer has
been purchased by the Chilean company
for the Panama-South American trade.
The vessel will sail from San Francisco
for the west coast of South America Jan
uary 18, under command of Captain John
Carswell. She will be renamed the Ren
aico. She will have a crfew of l'JO men.
all Chileans except Captain Carswell, Rob
ert Hasley, chief engineer, and his two as
sistants and Andrew White, first officer.
Alfred Greenbaum. president of the
Alaska Codfish company, owners of the
three-masted schooner 8. N. Castle, an
nounced that the vessel will be placed in
the Alaska fishing trade. The ship form
erly plied offshore In the copra trade. She
will be ready to leave this port in- about
six weeks for her first run north.
The schooner Edward R. West. Captain
Brasting. arrived here today. 53 days from
Nukalofa. The vessel carried 876 tons of
The Pan-American steamer San Mateo
arrived from Champerlco via ports, today
with $32,000 In silver bullion and 800 bags
of green coffee.
The tank sailing ships Marion Chtlcoot.
1510 tons, and the Falls of Clyde. 1741
tons, have been chartered by George W.
McNear to carry oil from San Francisco
The oil barge Monterey. 1694 terns, has
been sold by G. W. McNear to Balfour,
Guthrie A Co., under private terms.
Movements or Vessels.
PORTLAND. Jan. 4. Sailed Steamer
Nishmaha. for New Tork for orders. Ar
rived at midnight Steamer Atlas; barge
93. from San Francisco: at 7 P. M . steam
er Rose City, from San Francisco; at 8
P. M., steamer W. F. Herrin, from San
ASTORIA. Jan. '4. Arrived at 7:43 and
left up at 11:30 A. M. Steamer Rose City,
from San Francisco. Sailed at 7:50 A. M.
Steamer Diana, for trial trip. Arrived
u . t . . . r i.m .. n a. in A U
I Rl O . JA.. OA. - "J UK - . v A.
' w V Hurrln. from San Fran-
Cisco; arrived at 9:30 A. M.. steamer San
tlam. from San Pedro; arrived down,
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 4. Arrived
Steamers Alaska. from southwestern1
Alaska: Stanwood. from San Francisco;
Eastern Moon, from Kobe: Celilo, from Los
Angeles; Admiral Sebree, from San Fran
cisco. Sailed Steamers ' Jefferson. for
southeastern Alaska; Admiral Dewey, for
San Diego; Panama Maru. for Cuba;
Brookdale, for Honolulu; barge Acapulco,
for San Francisco.
PORT SAN LUIS. Jan. 4. Arrived
Steamer Washtenaw, from Portland.
SAN PEDRO. Jan. 3. Arrived Steamer
Wahkeena, from Portrana. .
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. S. Arrived at
10 P. M. steamer Santa Monica, from
the Columbia river.
U. S. Xaval Radio Reports.
; (All positions report en at a r. M. yester
day unless otuerwise indicate!.)
MULTNOMAH. San Francisco for Port
land, 100 miles south of the Columbia
ERNEST H. MEYER, San Francisco for
Portland, ten eniles south of the Columbia
KLAMATH, San Francisco for Portland,
off the Columbia river bar.
C A. SMITH. San Francisco for Coos
bay. bsrbound outside Coos bay baK
OLEUM. Portland for Oleum, 380 miles
WILLAMETTE, Portland- for San Fran
cisco. 210 miles south of the Columbia
LANSINO, Port San Luis for Portland,
310 miles from Portland.
WESTERN FOUNDRY COMPANY
Phonosf Broadway &37S, A 2373.
WORKS EAST SEVENTH AND MADISON.
t 5.4,av.-y STEEL 1
fcv, J CASTINGS 1
a v- and avoid I
expensive breakdowns. I
I ELECTRIC STEEL 1
I Portland FOUNDRY
ffl- "The Ctli,a. That Give Vntt Coo-
IS fidenc in Your Machinery.' B
DIN.VERWARE AND GLASSWARE
Office 15th and Lsvejoy SU.
Ventilators and Chimney Tops to
Order. Repairing A Central Jobbioa-
TIN. COPPER AND SHEET-IRON
Tin and Gravel Konf Repairing
310 "First Street. Portland. Oreajon.
Pbonei Mala lit.
Pacific Coast Made I'ure Oak Tanned.
108-1 10-112 Union Avenue.
Tel. East 808. Portland. Oregon.
WALL PAPER AT A
10c, I3c, 20c. 33e. itOe Doable Roll.
Varnish Tiles 45e, Oat Meal 3c
New Paper Shows) In a Mew War
SMITH'S WALLPAPER 1IOTJSK.
lOH-llO Second stv Portland.
Makes Babies Thrive
Your druggist sella Oenooa
GOVERNOR, San Francisco for Seattle.
86 miles north of Cape Blanco.
DIANA, .from Portland on trial trip,
ten miles south of Tillamook Head, north
bound. PHOVIDENCIA. -San Francisco for Ta
coma. TO miles from Taroma
ADMIRAL DEWEY. Seattle for Ean
Francisco, 115 miles from Seattle.
WEST JENA, Seattle for Yokohama. 857
miles from Flattery at 8 P. M., January 3.
FRED BAXTER. Everett for -San Pedro.
50 miles from Everett.
BROOKDALE. Seattle for Honolulu, 30
miles from Seattle.
STANLEY, Seattle for Yokohama, 465
miles from Flattery.
Columbia River Rar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Jan. 4. Condition ol
the bar at & P. M. Sea rough; wind south
east. 12 mllea.
Tides at Astoria Monday.
0:S A. M.. 7.9 feet t 6.19 A. M-. 8.1 feet
0:05 P. M..10 3 feet 7:13 P. M..-1 feet
TILLAMOOK RANKS HIGH
Orriclal Says County Has Most
Pure-Bred Cattle for Its Size.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL) COL
LEG B, Corvallis. Jan. 4. (Special.)
Tillamook county has more pure-bred
cattle than any other county of its
size in the United States, according;
to statistics gathered by R. C. Jones,
county agriculturist of that county.
This statement, together with the
fact that in Tillamook: as with other
counties, merely being: registered does
not constitute perfection, but that
actual production record as shown by
test must be the basis of classifying:
cows, was made by S. Fine of the
dairy department in a meeting1 dur
ing: Farmers' -week here.
"At the Pacific International Live
stock show in Portland, the grand
champion cow sold at auction for
32300," stated Mr. Fine. "If she had
had a record on which to base her
value she would have sold for at
least twice that much."
Albany Church Names Officers.
ALBANT. Or., Jan. 4. (Special.)
The First. Baptist church of Albany
has selected the following; officers to
serve its various departments during
the ensuing year: Fred Dawson, W. A.
Kimsey and Herbert Babb, trustees;
W. H. Holman, T. J. Risley, John A.
Humphrey. R. A. Burkhart and Ray
mond McClain, deacons; Mrs. Clara
Ross, Mrs. Amanda Baltimore, Mrs.
M. B. Reeves and Mrs. Ellen Morgan,
deaconesses; H.- F. MVrrill, clerk; W.
C. Burkhart. treasurer; H. L. Sten
bergr, financial secretary; Mxs. Ruth
Banks, mission secretary; Alan H.
Banks, Sunday -school superintendent.
Labor Council to Nominate.
On Thursday evening-, January 8.
j the Central Labor council will meet
ior its regular semi-annual nomina
tion of officers. A brief session was
held yesterday . to transact business
scheduled for last Thursday night,
postponed on account of that day be
ins" New Tear's. Only routine busi
ness was taken up yesterday, according-
to Secretary Stack.
Penalty for Killing Elk Aim.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 4. (Special.)
To make the killing- of elk in Oregon,
a felony, punishable by a term in the
state penitentiary, is the purpose of a
bill now being prepared by W. A.
Taylor of Macleay, Marion county.
This proposed law will be submitted
for the consideration of the legisla
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1KD ALL OTHER
Albers Bros. Milling Co.
WE CALL FOB YOl'R OLD
Rasa ..d Woolen Clotklns.
We Make Beautiful Hand - Worn
All Work Turned Ont Promptly.
Rag Knsra Woven All Slaeav.
Mail Orders. Send for Booklet.
Carpet Cleaned. Laid and Refitted.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. -
IBS East Eighth -Street.
Pone East 33SO.
F and E
Sales aad Service.
Phone Mar. 3422.
J. C. BAYER.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL
WORK. SKYLIGHTS. METAL,
PHONE MAIN 461
207 MARKET STREET
East Side Mill and
U'HBKR. BOX 8HOOKS. GK.N
EHAL MILL, WORK.
Sell wood 507.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS
Engineers. Founders, Ma.chln.ffti. Boiler
makers and Structural Iron Work.
Noted for Quick and Satisfactory Repair
We guarantee everything.
86V Hawthorn Ave, -
Have Yon Tasted Kn'rht's New
Rogue River Catsup?
It Is Delicious Ask Your Grocer.
Knight Packing Co.
P. SHARKEY & SON
UING STRAW HIIK'K CO
taat Oak and I nlon
ture at the special session to be held
here this month. Slaughter of elk,
under the present laws of the state,
Is punishable by a fine.
Mr. Taylor la one of the best known
sportsmen in southern Oregon and
was Instrumental in the release of
17 elk recently in the Abqua basin
country, located at the terminus of
the Silver Falls Timber company's
John M. Wells Transferred.
John M. Vells. son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Wells, 529 "East Mill street, ia
now on his way from Mare Island to
one of the Priblloff Islands where
be will be stationed indefinitely in
government radio work. He spent an
hour with his parents on Christmas
day when he passed through Port
land en route to his norttiern station.
He is a former student at Lincoln
High school and enlisted in the radio
service at the outbreak of the war.
He had been stationed most of the
time at Mare Island.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Or.. Jan. 4. Maximum
temperature. 3S degrees; minimum tem
perature. 33 degrees. . River reading. S
A. M.. S.8 feet: change In last 24 hours.
0.1-foot rise. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to
5 P. M.). none; total rainfall sines Sep
tember 1. 191U. 16.83 Inches: normal rain
fall since Septemoer 1, 20.32 inches: defi
ciency of rainfall sines September 1. 1D19,
3.4! inches. Sunrise. 7:53 A. M.; sunset,
4:39 P. M. : total sunshine. 7 hours 43 min
utes; possible sunshine, 8 hours 46 min
utes. Moonrise. 2:o9 P. M. ; moonset. 6:20
A. M. Barometer (reduced sea level). 3
P. M.. 29.8S Inches. Relative humidity:
6 A. M.. 68 Per cent: noon, 63 per cent;
3 P. M., 80 pr cent.
cm ) o
Denver . . . . .
tjuneau . . ..
Roseburg . ..
St. Louis ...
Salt Lake . .
San Diego . .
58' 1 .
0I ,. W
00 12 NW
Oi . . NW
001 . ..N E
R A in
00 . .iSE
. . .1
no' . . 'NW
00 10 SE
00 12 NK
00 3D N W
001. . SB
tA. MN" today. P. M. report of preced
Portland and vicinity Probably rain:
Oregon Probnbry rain west portion,
cloudy east portion; gentle essterly winds.
Washington Probably rata; moderate
i- - 1
16'. ,SW Clear
OO'i.. 1W Cloudy
001.. ISE Cloudy
14'.. IE Cloudy
I1010 SW IClear
00;.. ISE ICloudy
O0 14,E ICloudy
2S. .iNE 'Snow
OOt. . IN W ICloudy
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, Houss 29.
JLLIUS R. BLACK, accountant-, auditor,
speciaitat on involved accounts. Modern
yim installed, maintained. 7:8-9 Pit
tock ulorfc. Telephone Broadway 1.
UNFITTING aBd making ot ladlaa' gar
ments, reasonable; work guaranteed.
J. Keubin. Ladies' Tailor. 40S Bush A
ASdAVEKS AND ANALYSTS.
Montana assay office. h2 second
Gold, sliver and platinum bought.
pilROTbe kind that wear the best are
I1UUO made from your worn-out carpets
by the Northwest Rug Co. (former ad
dress 153 Union av.) Jimg rues woven,
all slses. Carpet cleaning-, refilling and
resizing-. 11 ail orders solicited. 1SS E.
8th street. Phone Kast S.1N0. B IJSO.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag Rugs, all slzs Mall orders prompt.
- , Send for Booklet.
xiz ruga steam or dry cleaned. 1.B.
. FLUFF RUG Co..
B-l-o Union ava. N. East 6S1. B 1475.
H,E, IRWIS-HODSO.N COMPANY,
ss. Washington. Broadway 444. A 1:154.
300.0 KNOW UcMiboD. 100 Chiroprac
tor' throngs pronounce treatment eal
est. best, permanent, gi "treats" flS. Tel.
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM. Eatelle and Florello De Veny.
. the only scientific chiropodist and arch
specialists In the city. Parlors 802 Ger
Unger o!dg.. s. W. corner 2d aad Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
DH. GARTNER, foot specialist: corns. bun
Ions, foot arches made to crd.r. 811
Swetland bldg.. 3th Wash. Main 1081.
tKANE LETTER CO.. 1610-11-12 Rovsl
building. Marshall 5822. alultlgraphing.
mimeographing and mall advertising.
KETII A CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1786.
No collections, no charge. Eatal. lOOO.
KATHERINE M. ROWN
guarantees to t-aoh all latest dances In
12 private lesenns: 12 lessons. 35: 4 les
son S2. 61W Eilers hide., bet. 4th and
otn. on waan. St. Main 5004.
MRS. SUMMER'S Bprktl.v rt.non. ...
emy. 121) 4th. Lessons day. eve.: cias
Thurs. LaiHes 2.f.O. sents XV Min a.tlti
MRS. BAY H. 308 Dekum bldg. -10-class
lerson. $5. Beginners Mon. eve. Private
lessons day and eve. Main 1345.
BALLROOM and stags dancing. Miss
Dorothy Rawmuasen. 610 Eilers bldg.
DOO and" cat hospita l.
HOSK CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL
415 Es-t Seventh. East 184T. B 1962.
v H.M.H.ELECTRIC CO.
31 N. 1st. Portland. Or. Re
winding and electrical repair-
ng a specialty, see us ithout
new or use. I motors. Bdwy.
104.1. A 1046.
ENGINEERS AND MILL MTFUKS,
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-86-S7-SI) Front.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND C.r8. "
THANHOUSER HAT CO.. 53-65 Front Jt
H1DEM. WOOL AND CAWCA HA J MA KK!
KaH.N llKoa. IBS Front St.
THIS PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY
as-70-7 Front St.. Portland
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER A CO.. Front and Morrison.
RASMU&SEK CO.. Second and Taylor.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070 A 6093
rROM WEST ST.
arriva C. 1 .
' I lia west.
jnil. iw .nviHBKii'K .,-.-.,
Jan. 21 Emp. of Fran-e Liverpool
Jan. -- Grampian f i - -1 -
tn. 2o pretonan uhfbo
4 Si-andlnavian i.iveiyooi
.K Qttli-ltlan W a VT-M - I.MI riotl
Feb. 12 Metagama Liverpool
From Vancouver. B. C. to Yoko
hama, r-hangbal. Manila.
S. S. "ADMIRAL GOODRICH"
Sails from Portland 9 P. M. January
10 for North Bend. Marshfleld. Eureka
and San Francisco, connecting with
wteamers to Los Angeles and San Diego
Passenger and Freight Serrlcs
MEXICO and CENTRAL AMERICAN
From ban Kraaclsca
S. "tTRACAO." January 10.
TICKET OrTlfB 101 THIRD ST. -Freight
Offue Municipal Dock Ns. .
' Phone Main il.
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Change in Sailing
S. S. Rose City
Depart 12 Noon
TUESDAY. JAN. 6
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
S. S. LINES
WAV I AN
Hrllig O lav.. Feb. .1
Osc ar II F eb. II
Ths Chllherg A re v..
TOi 2d A v.. Praltlw.
M a., or Loral Agent.
B Jan. -'- Kmprens ot i-.ua.tia
F.b. V Monteacle
Feb. 19 Empress of Asia t
AH Information From M
X Canadian Pacific M
X Orrsn ervicr. r
X. Phone Bdwy. BO S
55 8d St.,
FOR ROSES, lawn and rarden; (ood ma
nure. guaranteed. Tabor 2704.
GET estimates for new or old house. Port
land Hardwood Floor Co.. Ib7 W. Mark.
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat, bullous covered; muil
orders i'lU Plttock blk. Broadway
VIOL.IN'. piano, all stringed ' instruraeo'-J
taught. Kol Keiibeck. -totf Yamhill.
KO PROFITEERING ON SPECTACLES.
Dr. George Kubenstelp. the veteran op
tician, still fits the best eyeglasses at
very moderate prices. Tories. Kryptoks.
also the cheaper grades. 226 Morrlijoo.
OPTOMETRIST! AND OITICIAN8.
a. GLASSES AT A SAVING.
KkjTjihJ I solicit your patronage on the
ypsw basis of capable service. Thou-
" SanOS Ot SailSIiea cmiomria.
trial will convince you. Charles W. Good
nian. optometrist. 2W Morison. M. 2124.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' experience U. S.
and foreign pa tents. 601 Detum bldg.
GOLDBERG. 620 Worcester bldg. M. 2825.
Uil. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, stomach, bowel, lung liver,
kidney, bladder, rectal, prostatic female
disorders, skin affections, blood pressure.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES AT WHOLESALE
prices. Starke-Pavls Co.. 212 3d. M. 7Mi.
KEYSTONE PREPS, J. K. Gantsnbels,
Manager. Printing and linotyping. 100 -
Front it, corner fclark. Main or A 1416.
DDIUTlUr F.W.BALTES &. COMPANY
rnillHnlJ 1st and Oak sts. M. 165. A 1163
ROOF painting, tarring and repairing;
W tJ 1. , um mu ...vu. . .
C. H. TERR1LL. house, sign painting, pa
perlng. tinting. Tabor 2611. 310 K. 44th.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
21 FRONT ST.
Ws buy and sell everything In ths
hardware and furniture line. Phone
Main 8870. A 7174.
OREGON TRADEMARK BUREAU. 601
Dekum bldg. U. S.. foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
"The Service With s Reputation.
lU'.h and Kearney. Branch 6814 Bdwy.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
ORKCiON' TRAN3PKR CO.. 474 Oliaan t-.
corner 13tii. Phoiy Broadway 1281 or
W own and operate two largo
cias "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
I,cwet insurance rates in the city.
C. M. OL8EN TRANSFER CO.. 248 Pins.
PACKING, MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAOB TRANSFER
CO.. 105 PARK ST. MAIN 8195. A 1051.
THE PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY.
6-7o-7:i Front street. Portland.
THE PEERLESS PACIFIC COMPANY.
68-70-72 Front street. Portland.
I'M MBING SfPPI.IES AND TIPK.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. M-H8-S7-K8 Front.
1'KODCCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
KVEKDIXG A FARRSLL. 140 Front st.
ROPE AND HINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH. POO KS AN 1) GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison.
TRAVELERS' 1I IDE.
Comimcnte General Trantlantiqne
KxpreM 1'iintal Service
NEW VORK HAVRE.
I -a Iirniino. .Jan. 17 I -a iavoie. . .Jan. 31
l.itfavette . . ..Jan. 4iL, Tourraiae. .Feb. 7
Kol.aiiiteAa Feb. 14
Nlmirarm Jan. 29 fhirturo Feb. 1R
Fuicazi Bros-. Faeirie Coast A rents. I0
Cherry t. Seattle, or any Locai AgcBl
NEW ZEALAND ANL SOl'TB SEAS
Via Tahiti and Karalonga. Mail and pas
senger service Iran ban Francises .very
L.NION S. S. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND.
40 California St.. su Francisco
r local icaausbiv od rallruaU aeencles.
GEORGE WRIGHT POST.
NO. 1. G. A. R. The funeral
services of our late comrsie.
William Kenoyer. aged "1
years, who served in Co. H.
6th lows infantry, and Co. H.
I'd Tennessee Infantry during?
the civil war. will be from
Kenworthy funeral parlors.
Leits. on Monday. January 5.
interment Multnomah ceme-
C. A. LAMAR. Commander.
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO.
2. A. F. AND A. M. SraAed
communication this (Monday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Busi
ness of fmportsnce will be
considered at this meeting. A
special feature of ths evening
will be a lerrure by the eminent blologjst.
William L. Finley. Illustrated by four reels
of motion pictures, entitled. "Out of Doors
In Oregon." Full attendance of members
desired. Visitors cordially invited to be
present. W. S. WEEKS. Sec.
NO. 8, IMPROVED ORDER
RED MEN, meets tonight
(Monday) at- Auditorium
hall. 208 H Third st. Visit
ors welcome. -
E. M. WELLS. C of R.
WASHINGTON LODGE. No.
46. A. F. AND A. M. Spec-.al
communication this (Monday)
afternoon. 10 o'clock. E. 8th
and Burnside. to conduct th.
funeral of our late brother.
m. a. Komnson. All M. M.
Invited. Please bring auton. Rv order W M
J. X. RICHMOND. Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. Li.
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Monday!
eve at 7 o'clock. Work In
the E. A. and F. C. degrees.
visiting nretnren welcome
W. M. DoLlN. Sec.
CAMELIA CHAPTER. NO. IIT.
1 I K C Smtefl l-limmiinl.o ti....
this (Mondsy) evening, at S
o'clock. Degrees. By order of
MAR1BTTE ROBINSON. Sec.
Sl'NNTSIDE CHAPTER. NO
128. O. E. S. Stated commSni
catlon this (Monday! evening
8 P. M. Installation of officers
visitors welcome. By order of
KVLLA C DUNNING. Sec
LODGE NO. 1TL L O.
O. F. Meets every
Monday evening. 8 P.
M. at 444 Dekum ave..
Woodlawn hall. Visiting brothers espe
cially invited. A. J. HARDLY. N. O.
PRIVATE SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'
I.EtilUN meets Monday evening, Jan. 6.
W. O. W. Hall. 12 Ilih at.
EMBLEM jswelry. buttons, charms, atns.
a.w designs. Jaeger Bros.. 1SI-S Atfc sb
FRlfeliLAMDER'8 lor lodge smblsnva.
tlasa plna and medals. S10 Washington a.
at 2 P. M